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 '��������� aa -'-y-'i\. ���������?>;>.���������.';7y r*' &<^K,~7'���������*���������**;. hyhy^-  .   -"-,:���������;���������--.-',-^      yhy'4<\  7-y ry:y-& ���������' \y-Y-  A',   ', -  i .'-vt      . -,,'., .    r   "���������,r*i,*AJ-*-���������* ^-A.-^-'rt.-C^-^-  *3"  V  ^  FEB;I0.iG13 :^i: a':'-  -. ll ** *��������� f-r'j"  ���������������       va, - I        . -^     '       i~   V        r . i l *  'I    *    "*��������� ...  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District;  \/r  " ,5 T:^E Nkwsv^^entieth. ?YearA A 7 i-  -CUMBERLAND. BA C.',.���������.WEDNESDAY;. FEB , 5,  *9*3  Subscription $i.oo a Year  \The Store  'of Quality-?:  The Store/  cf Quality  -1  . Which, ineahs many'lines -1must ' be  *\   lr* ''��������� t      l " i    "       , r 'u Y I?,   ' , _i   ,  cleared. out, as  we do .not want to -  ' take them .in.- stock, and; we. will;re-  .'*��������� quire the  .ro'onr for new ybods. tliat  J wil}ysoori, arrive? A;'Aa.-mAv .'���������;..;,,.--v, ..���������-;���������.  ; a  WE NEEI> M^EY!  and are dfferi ng you .;ar splendid op-:  , portunity ��������� :���������'to  secure'.', mliny, lines   at  : Bargain Prices.. ^'Spedal Pruts'"on;  -remainder of .up-to-date winter  mill-;  inery., rEemeniber the date.   .";  i^V^^ntalimuary 31st.;  ;:Our;Grocery Department is -always  stocked Avitli nothing   but' clean, new  rlines; at /closest-.?prices.  , We ; want  your order ahd Guarantee '"satis;-.*  v faction!       ! .t- ? Phone 38, .  \   *'. '    -1* ���������    '��������� ��������� * - :   ���������- ~- ��������� ~K    /  #  ^>*'  ���������'.A-  ;'''���������;,--.���������-���������"The f<������.li(������wjiig;are('llie nauies.of  - * tlio suwessful...candidates for third-  -* > class ������ji'titicatwlJof ^annpcteitcy  .   In dio"examinalibn*'held in ;Cum-  ..   lorland recently:    , -'���������   '  '-   -   R. S. ���������Sopwith;   ]l.^B.'*;'Gas  coyne, Fred  Boll. , 0���������".W.   Dov-  I'imce, W.iO: Joiit'*j>4E. L. Sann-  , ders, Ei Odgurs,   M,   Broderick,  -ll, A.'t>iinnie,";W.   Sinclair,'   J.  Fiuliow, A. OilgiTfl,' 11. Taylor.  \ ~������������������'���������+- '���������r  I', A magnetised keyhole plate for  .front doors, linu bo������m  recently in-  'vontudA' It will attract' tin ordi -  nary steel key from u distanco ol  twofoeb-'  All-yoii liavo to .do is  to take oiit your key at night and  hang on to  it.   Our local  hard-  ware mon no doubt   will   shortly  iiave them  in  stuck.    Don't got  'injured in the rush lo bny.  Dr, Hicks wns operated^ upon  ;������t Vmicoiiyei' on Woduorfday of  laflt week, He is .doing as woll  Mi can be expected,  At tho request oi! tho Lady-,  emilli authoiitk'B, seven provincial coiiBtnbles were sent to that  city to nsrtist tho throo city polico  in maintaining law und order.   ���������>���������     l"'������" -  Hon. Minister of Fimuioo Ivi���������  Jidon bus been taken twioiuly ill  with ncnte append ici tis aud is now  in tho Victoria hospital,  ' Morloy )������ad n shoi-t reign, On  n re count botoro .ludgo ly(ini|>  man, Heo.kwith was declared oho-  ed by four voles, It is eaid that  Morley will appeal.  FOR SAlyK���������Goon Island po-  tntoes, $r.oo per rob lbs, deliver-  cd at wharf, Apply Uobcrt  Sollan, Hornby Island, B, 0,  Wholesale Utumnftt to wil If.  quor outnibe tlie the1 city limit.,  wero refused Me^sr* J. Mnrwchi  mid 0, Mussntti by (he govern-  ment.  ��������� At atax sale of North Vancouver property' iii 1897,, a bid ol  $250,00 could nut be had' for  174 acres of,choice property  What a difference betweeu then  and uow. .' '      ''  -  '���������   1   '  British Columbia  Members in Senate  Throughout'virtually fll sections  of British Coluinbia, speculation  and conjecture have been rife during thc past fortnight aa to who  will be Piiccesfiful iu securiuir  t.lie apparently coveted u������w seals  in the Canadian Senate, three in  uumbcr, which will thortly be  allotted to this province.. It is  understood that Sir Wilfrid J_.������iu.  ricr during Ihe late days of his  regime, ni ranged all, preliminary  formalities for the creation of  these 'additional Seualorships.  Iu the Kootenay the field of candidates is pavticularly strong, no  fewer than sixteen representative uu 11 of ��������� the district being  mentioned as possible appointees,  included iu the list being the  names of tho lion. I'rlcb Kllison,  Mr. J, 1). McBride of Craubrook  Mayor .Vuunbcll of Nelson j Mr.  Tliomiw Kilpatrick, of Revel  Ktoke; Mr. H, 0. Parson, or  Golden; Mr. J. H. Schofield, of  Yniir; and' Mr. Neil 1<\ McKay,  ofKnslo,'  '   '  On lhe coastal island, the  duel claimants tor Senatorial  recognition are Mr. il, H,' Stevens, M. P. aud Dr.Maguire, Van*  Oliver,.!and Mr,' ������L D. Taylor,  M. 17 of New W'-'sfinfosJcr.  On Viineouver Island it is regarded as highly probable that  Colonel the Hon, K. G, Pripr, a  fornior Premier.of tho province  uud member of the Dominion  H'Mise piul -Cabinet, will hz jvc  oguiml when the new Senator-  ships are dislributed by Trcmivr  Borden,  ;CAMPBELL RIVER NOTKS  .; The body of Chief "Seaki'tc; of  thcTSquauiish Indians, .who {was  drowned Christinas time,* Ints'lnot  been recovered. The Cape Miidge  rudians.are offering a reward of  370,00 for its recovery, .- \ Q-  7 All surveying.of.roads.has heon  stopped'in the interior,*, on A ic-  count of siiow-   The  Catiacii ,u  Northern has still a snlairsurvey immedialo   settlement > of    his  party at Diuicau Day'.  The International Logging "Co., .flier's license fee deduction. The  and the Burnett Co;. , have   shut  down .for a. while.   - .-A1-''  Mr. and   Mrs,   Chas., Tliiilin'  "have gone to Califox'nia.for a W  ..weeks. ������������������'";"   ,      ��������� . "  ' r'-y,'  . Snow is nearly all gono. , Ay  -Sontli Wellington" Colliery'Qh  is still drilling.   .     -   - -"    .1   ���������  ajIndians aie having a��������� big* pot-1  latch atlCape.Mudge.   .   r '<*  <���������       -   . *   ,-* * O *   -.'L'���������    i-M*_ ,  , Victoria, Jan, 30^~It is" the in-  tentioti to move in ther. Supreme  Court on Tuesday next, for aii. 111-  gnnctionRestraining the ."Hani; of  British North America, the������city'f  bankers,    from   paying   cheques  .signed by.- Mayor. ''l_eck\\;ith," on  ,the ground that he is. not Regally.  mayor.   The plaintiff is1" Clarence  Han is.        ' , '  "Argument on the' injunction  .will be heard on Tuesday ��������� afternoon, ami the importance ?6f   the  ���������**       '.      ������        ,1 ^ - ��������� ,       "       ".- -4._,  case can well,be , realized,",that;.if  an ihjnnctioh .should'"be-."granted  no further"payiuents:oE salaries oi;  J)ills could be-'inade.. and'the ijej  ������������������  " . ��������� -   y    i y y .���������   ��������� . ���������- ��������� -~ ... ���������  cessary ehequeshave'.beeu issued  irriuany- eases;^ alrealfyfv'It '-wiir  be noted" that.; Mayor' Beckvriih  and the city, are not made;parties  to the action, which is exclusively  against the  bank'.,  Ex-Mayoi' Morloy has not yet  decidedwhat action ho will 'take  to appwil the decision of (he  County Court judge seating the  present mayor, as indicated by  his counsel at ntiia time of the  trial "J   o   Mr. Editor:���������In answer to various queries regarding the action of the members of the Cumberland Lodge of tho B. C Association of Stationary Engineers  during thc recent labor ttronbl",  I wish to state that the Kxccn ���������  tiye bf 'hi Associatiou instructed  their members by wire and con  firmed by letter,, to have uo  connection whatever with the  Cumberland miners' strike.  (Signed)        W. DlTCIIAM,  Grand Chief.  .The B. 0. Ass'u.  Stationary En-'  ginecra, .Vancouver,'II. 0.  ���������  ���������'���������������������������B       ��������� .mm.  A man named J. McPhee met  with a scrioiibshooting accident  ou Tuesday last He went oui  in quest of game, and was climbing up-rlic side of a hill, when  lhe gun he wan carrying weiit olf,  thc contentrt entering the leg  abovo the knee, causing a seri  oils wound, He was convcyi-d  ub quickly as possible to our  local hoopital, where his wound  was attended to.  Constable Han nay lepotts  conditions normal nt Liidymnith.  The men working in the mines  have not been molested and  not a word in beiurr unid (olhrm  as they como oft' shift. Thin js  the result of a tnlk over the  matter by Mr. Ifnntiay and tlm  officials of tlie U. M. VV. of A,  Union IViy nntn-t jiri'lvi-d loo  lute for tlii** iVutii*, They will  appeii' in our nc.\t,  Meeting of The Council  The City Council met iu regu  lar session ou last Monday evening, a full Board being'present.  ' The minutes.of previous meeting were read, and adopted,  ���������Communication and account  was received from A, B. Crawford iu which he asked   for   aa  YOU ARE SURE TO FIND  SOMETHING  YOU   WANT   HERE  account without   the $50 - ped  Clerk avas. instructed   to   write  Mr.Crawford  stating   that "the  ?$������.would ,)ot jje i-etuj-jje^   an(]  that- he could take what "actiou  he thought fit in the matter.   " '  m      '    ~ ~' ^ -     'iY''  ^,,The esuraati'd,. expenditure ofsolioole  for tliey.tir, liUS:���������" ','���������'.   : y ,  Teachers' ealurieB $   7,980 00  Jnrator.. , ?."..    , 880 00  Fuel......'.; ."....,....      v200 00  Fiie iiisiu'ii:ice>_i.y3y6.i'-a.?      o300 00  . [both buildings $17,000] ,'  New ro- f, old buidii.g..:.....,,       (500 00  M������-tlicnul lusjpecior...?"...'..;.'      . 225 00  Furniture, supplies aud bonka       600 00  Septicta-k ....  '..:.'.'..'.'.'...'  '   200 00  Socrulaty'a salary..:  '       60 00  Incidental*...;.'. ' -    100 00  . A?   /. - ; $11,035 00  ��������� ���������E.,tiuiateci,Reoe!pta for 1913: ���������  Govern merit graut .' $   4,896 00  Gamp and outside....'.      2,295 00  Fees..' _. ...7..        25000  * *' yy       ,        .A    -  ������ 7,441 00  Respectfully   submitted, '   '  *l ��������� '.        THOMAS H. CAREY, Sic'y.'  . The abovetestiinates .were, fully discussed ..by. jhe Bo'ard;^it  was decided to; refer them hack to  tlie.SchooL-Board, as thev-were  -iatneiv,vague-and-requiredrfurt-h^  *eiCexp!auatibii.:"''''. . YY. ...  % ' Alderinau^ iBeveridge - moved,  .sfecoiided by Alderman .Richards,  that the City finance the School  Board'untilcorrect estimates be  preson ted���������carried.;.  ' Aldenuah Beveridge "criticized  Trustee Carey's negligence iu  the colleciious of High vSchool  fees.  The.city cleric's resignation waB  brought up, and on motion' was  laid over until next night of meeting- ��������� .      .  The fallowing, woro appointed  as Firo Wardens:���������Aid Miller  and-Beveridge,  Accounts:���������Constable Mc-Dou-  gald. $19 00; .Constable Altell,  18.15; P. Acton, 15.00;, JJ,- C.  Gazette, 2.25; U..' H, Tarbell,  2.25; Cumberland News, 40,20;  Electric Light, BO 35,  The above accounts were passed'  over lo tho Fimnico   Committee.  The account or Constable  Mc  Dongald'b was rofnrivd to Magistrate Ahrama and Chief Stephon-  son, to a6co;Uin if it was tho clly  who hud to pay it.  Constable Gray's report:  Scavenger 82.25*; Hall Kent, $-.0;  Polico Court, 25,00,  All the favorite brands of Indian and Ceylon Teas Fold at  LOWEST MARKET PRlCES-^-we quote "Blue" Ribbon,''  '���������Red Lnbel" 40cper lb; 5 lbs for $1.90. * This is a standard.  household tea aid splendid value at onr piico.  At 50oa lb we have Tetley's, Ridgway's, ��������� Nabob ���������and Chalt  enge Cop-Teas.    At 60c a lb Lipton's "A"'Brand.a!id Ridgway's 5 o'clock at 35o a"lb; bulk tea lhat draws a $ood cup,  at 35c a lb; 3 lbs for $1.00; also Japan Tea in .. lbpkt 25c pkt  CL     ~       "        ~  '  r:  5-lb tin Nabob brand $2.00; Columbia $1 (55.    1 lb "iins of  Nal.ob 45c;? Chase & 'Sanborn'-*. Senl brand 45c;  ^ Ridgway'B 50c;  Coluinbia: brand 35c     ���������---*��������� ���������  Try.our Frenh Coffee ground from the bean to your order  fragrant and delicious 40c a lb    'Our inoUc QUALITY  Fruits and Vegetables in Sieason.. Everythjfjg The Best  Bros.  city in asjgocd^condition " as can  bo expected at this timo of, the  year.. They also reported part of  a certain drain in bad condition,  and thut W.'Mathewson and C.  Mues:itti������would see,*tliatiheir tenants have sufficient1 closet accommodation."'    '-   '  '" '   .,    A-      a'!    '-.  'A'A Id. - Maxwell on behalf- of  :Fire-Gh ief~B;u>ksV~rc.quested-t hht  fire hydrants on-" the corners of  Second. au<l Third" streets, be  placed nearer . the' ��������� sidewalk, to  avoid damage to same. -Left to  Board of  Workc.  Aid, Maxwell inovod^sec.. by  Aid. ABpesi, that fire chief be  requesled^lo setuHnto the council the names of his i-officers' arid  men.���������carried. 'n  The government's-' last half-  yearly grant for outMdo tieliool  pupils wast$010.25.  The mayor aiid city clerk "'ere  authorized'to sign city cheques,  Council adjourned,  Mr, Sum McLeod   arrived   on  Sunday   hist,   from   Vancouver,  and will return to that   ciiy   the  latter part of this week.  ' <���������   It is reported on the outside  that women 'and children aro  starving in Cumberland aa a re������  suit of tho btrike, Conditions  may he bad, but not as bad iih  that.  The United vStiiles corn crop  for 1DJ2 was 8,i������0.000,000 biieh-  els.���������There's uuin in Egypt yet,  A danco  will bo given by the  A j.,.., ,��������� ��������� ,.        . .,,,,     ,Bl.    Ladies of tho U M,W, of������A, in the  AlderuMU (otand M 1 or of the n    \   i    .trnn    i i  ���������     ,   ���������   ,T   . . Cumbtirlaid Ilnll, Monday cvoninc  JJoard ot Health,   reported   the Pelirlwry ,0th.  tmmizxzxwemimyBm  The British[ColumbiaiM  Public School  Boys' Association;;  * 7  '    7       ' ,V''a' '���������       ��������������������������� : '��������� ,.?  All pldboys of Britisha Public  Schools ������uow. in :Vancouver Is--.'  '     , t-t f t , -       , + w-    (f  land, B. .C, are requested to:com\<;,^  mnnicate-the^foiioWifig^lYipruia- '.  tion.to the. Secretary Of thfe A?-/  sbciatiou. r 1/naiiie;; 2,. presHiii'1  address; 3;.oldrschooi -and da������������r^  of resilience "there;; 4, present oc-^  cupatjon. - ' .,    ���������"   '-  Y   '-'      '  ������������������[  A copy of the,constitulion and  by-laws of the Association will  be scut to every old public  school boy who is not already, a  member thereof. "  ��������� ,,  It is hoped that all may join so  that a complete' register of ohl;,  pubic school boys now, iu  Van- ?  couver Island may be obtained.  Old;^members who have ' not  done so are requested to notify  the secretary, of any change of  address. ; >.  Address to the Secretary, A.  It. Sherwood, Box 812, Victoiia  B.C.  Our gonial tclephono manager  is determined that lm will not bo  bald-headed through tho wearing .  of a hat. If ������.Dad" iind oiheiH  had tukeh tho pame preen 111 ion  ycaro ago, they would not now  havo skating rinks on tho top* uf  thoir bonds,  FOKKKNT--A furnished .7.  room house; hot nnd cold vrntw.  Apply P, O. Box 08,-pity.  ***iif D        t*w*\*^ I /'\ l***m<*������J   ^THISWEEK  Stpck-Taking Prices on All Goods  A Few of Our Many Reductions  U'rpppere-'fo and lUonpo Flannslcttein exclusive pnUorn reg 20c yd.SALK PKICR 8yde lor f 1.00  l.r)00 yds of Art Mu.lin, n^orlod pttlcrnp, rep 20o and 15c pt-r yd, BALK P1UO.K 10 ydu for 1 00  innr. vr*H W-roy b'r'dlvd P.i'rL'ln- Muslin, ro% <l"o o yd SAM? PJMi'!.  ���������< yd" f^r *_ 00  (00 t d* of Jupiini'ffl Or������|iun in pel. oolois, reg 40e ayiird, SALU PRICK -1 yd? for $1.00  800 vdii of J"|iniin<o An GropM Klmnna Clolh, reg 25o 11 yd BMV, PRICK ������ ytU fur 5('o  Similar Reductions on All Fall and Winter Stock  Good Selections to Choose From  WmmmtttWW ������**_���������_������ WWIW WW  fasti  CAMPBELL   BEOS.  ,V# 1.1 *  I'SivSsift v.|,>.a;'.!"\',KH'i'/*'i/,'.^''|.t!'.VI*'"i'MJi 'r-;4*'rr .*J > .i������'iV.'i., \  ���������H rt*  Ay:h'.-p yh'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy:ih7m7y7yyyyy^3ymWY77y  I  IN THE  BALMCE  By L-G. MOBERLY  Author ���������*  : *B������o *ntt Anattiar," "A T������nj������]**"  W������*,'������   "������ln ��������������� A"������������- Dwr*  tna," ������te.t ������������������������  WARD, LOCK ������ CO- UMiTW  L������n**n, M������lfcojrnfl *nrf   Ttr������������w.  Wanted Good Farm Land  w* 'j'-;,   ������������������> -.'.'���������       ��������� ���������"���������' ��������� ��������� -    ���������  Wo have clients who"will.pay'"cash h)r'improved or "unimproved farai  land. ' "' ���������        '.-������������������,''"  Quolo legal description, Improvements, beat price and terms. ��������� Agoo-1,  'JiivostiuoiHs is wonha lifo of labor. Let us obtain this by csckauglas  what you havo for what you waut. What have you for sale or exchangeV  ��������� Wo liavo.investments ior $100 upward In Winnipeg,whoro tlio'population is increasing .''O.OGO per year, build-fag permits for l!)l-\ ������20,000,000,:  which'-is sufficient guarantee that priced will cloubjo Iu Uio^cnsui'iK year.  ���������Writo fov list of "in vestmcuts. ��������� ..  - ' Good representatives wauled at evcry point.      ' - ���������   '.-  ,-,.""     ���������    SCOTT, HILL & CO.-.  ������2 Canada Life Building v. -" ' '���������   Winnipeg, Max  .'(OMtlBMiL  lie has 'cured that case? Dorothy  said.with a little1 breathless gssp ia  ber voico.  Tho paiiont sooivs.lo be" on Uie hi^h  road io-a euro.     11',. is convalescent  now,    and    dolus    well.   Hyneeourt "a,t^  'sftc-iua to be a very advanced,plo'.ieor.  a",; }"  Ills colleagues v.cno disinclined to lis-     J,!it'  ton to hid theories; in fact, they ap-;  pear to have looked upon him aa a'  proposer of dangerous    innovaiious.  Too pationt was uot operated on iu  Uio hospital; DyikX-ourt put him into  somo Homo of which your friend, Sis-  icr Clave, told lilm, and lie wauls m.  (o���������.     ,  Ho' wants you lo go into ihe same  Home, Dorothy* said steadily, lie:*  jnlnd still iu a turmoil, her words  spoltca mechanically, and moro bc-  t-imsn she folt tho ncceshily .of say-  'uz somoUiiny than because she wished io speak.    '' ,.  ���������  ���������  Ho sugared that T should so inlo  it, bu. Dorothy. 1 told him 1 could���������  make no decision without consulting  you. 1 felt ;u Iho time���������1'foal now.  --Uiat iM snatch at tlus, chanco of  life I slinll bo fioius back .from my  word,"not only to yon, but also to the  man. who loves you," tho .man who lias  a right' to o.vpect j������o to keep,, my  1 iron! ise.    , ���������     ,-  Your promise?     Dorothy lookfd at  face iiiibli-  his arm "till it rested in his. there  was a look in her eyes-which Miles  had novcr boforo soon in them, a look  of admiration, "bordering on rovcrenco.-.  1' don't think- there waa ever anybody  liko you. Miles, fiho said suddenly,  and as simply as he had spoken to  ���������her. Instead of siiatchiiif. at your  chance, yon���������apologiijo for taking it  The.Lr.lest Suggestion  Advanced legislation? wo all must-  ��������� ,mire.   , - . .��������� ,"*,.  -Tho'-'mos. of it is but iv bubble;  That, Federal Bureau of Women's  tiro - '.'*���������'  Wouid   pvovo'   but "a' bureau"  trouble. '���������  au-  At-  of  my des.?, my dfi'nr- -Miles laid  his ha:*,ds on hor shoulders aud put  ber a littlo way from him, looking  deep into- her eyes���������don't yoii foo,  that if���������this operation succeeds, I���������  may live-to .o an old man, and---if 1  LETTERS FROM MOTHERS  ��������� JJvc-ry ,day - wo  havo' letters  from  thankful moiJier.-t    tol lips   us-,what  Baby's Own Tablets   havo   dono'   for  ih oil* littlo ones.   Somo praise them  , . ,   L  , ,   . . ,      .for constipation, others for-teething  do that, ^1 cannot^!v^ you your Jrecv I {l..)!lWf;S( ;u](l sl|J1 0ih0l.fl  f01.  vomU.  ibi;, indigasMui and tbo many other  ill'd of babyho.-id and childhood. "\Vo  ban, Iici\ ejvs puezled, her  od.  I-"Iiave virtually promised���������you���������-'  and him���������that- 1 will dlo at a si von  time. What business' have,, l-,tc  break my promise to both of you? ���������  Oh,' doii't Miles���������don't,.' TTor  ftyes grew dark... with pain. You  must not talk liko'that. You mustn't  think, such things. If there is- a  chance���������oven the very faintest chanco  --of savins your lifo, you' must take  it. - ' -  'Thrive been palling myself a coward  for coming to you with iho decision  at all,'Miles said. " Since I left Dyn->  court's room J h.iro i'old myself over  and over asain, that 1 ought to say  nothing and let nothing be done, but  ���������just���������snuff cut quietly when tii-.  time comes.    'Hut���������-  Hut life i.s ?,��������� si i'i from-Gc<l a������<l yon  havo ho. right to throw it "away,^Dorothy said gravely.     < 7  But for your sake, swcc!llicart--rol*  Toi^"salcera-i>d-foiM--b'-o-*akBi-ajJl^dJu*4  man ���������you love���������the man who lov?_  you���������I'ought to���������       "   .       ,      -a  To havo flung av.'uy.*vcha:]CO-bjr life'?  she cried :" iinpoLuously. Did you  think--did you really think? ���������Miles."  that you ought to refuse fho,operation ami���������just die? ' Did you' think  iliat?. Bhe put her hand on his arm,  her eyes looked eagerly up into his.  ��������� 0*C course I did ho answered simply.  1 feel now liko a skunk who lias broken It!b proinli'o ami failed.to.coino up  to tlio scratch. A soft laugh' lli'ii  '-.sounded perilously near tears, hrobr  train'Dorothy, a laugh thai: held in ii  nt woll a-note of triumph.  T beliovo yon, very nearly did wbat  you thought of doing, sho said, 'and  Jn her voico wns tho -same noto of  triumph as iu hor laugh. You"almost mndo up your mind not lo como  .and toll me all .this, but���������-lo give up  your lifo���������without a word. "  Of course l- dltl, bo repeated; but-  there's notiiin������ out of tho'way in that.  Any decent fc-.llow who had made tho  samo 'mesa of- things would hu.rt  thought of tho samo way'out. .Only,  othor clnips would have had Ihn pbiik  to go through'' with If,'and I���������hava  como whining to yon,  ���������Wliiiiliitf.t" IiKJ'     Dorolhy'ri voice  waa vt-ry soft, her handiilippci'l down  dom.     Yon and 1 will   bo   tied   to  gelher for tho rest   of   our .lives���������I  slinll liavo shirkoil taking my share' of  our bargain.     Don't you seo ihai? . 'a*  Quito clearly, she answered,. lier.  oyes rnoeiiiig his steadily, 'ihoussb her  color roso under his gaze; but your  bargain waa.ninuo in all good faith.  You v. oiihl never have broken it your*  s:df. This that has happened is���������  soiiieihiiig��������� we conbl not forafio. If  -wo--are In the hands of God. aud  ���������if���������D'o gives you biftk youi* life, we  -���������;*ii������*t mako'tho most of tbat'life  together. '     , ���������  Almost pabsloftato''adoration ��������� shono  in  bis eye:J. and he bent down 4uul  kissed'hc-r forohoad gently; thc-n, pul-  ting -her away from him, ho-turned?  and looked out of,iho window across  the park, lv ing ��������� white ami still in the'  Hood of summer moonlight..  ' I dnrosa.v. It pound* Irian-flown anfi;  ridiculous, ho said huskily, but if there.  wim'o anv thing 1 could do-lo si-:t you  free. I would do' ii. thankfully. .  .i"  cannot bear to thiifk 1 h.iyo'tihd you  io  mo  for  life,  taken  advantage  of  Votir "irondiioKs. nlaced you in an in-  loWiihle'posirion.  Dccausa of tho doop emotion .in hi_  'voico and ibe��������� siro'ng.excitement, un-  d,-r which he rw������u laboi-i'iff���������  'o.-f.ii.���������'niont which sho fe't co'ivinc^d  must be, iniuvious - lo hini���������Dorothy  ooii.'rolled hor own fr������>liriya, and  suokc wiih on outward ouietness very  far raninyedfrom ihat tumult within  her soul.'      -       '   t,  My position is not intolerable. Miuis.  r.na���������you mush't lf-t yourself - thi.'i'.-  these things or^fret over what, hns  happonsd���������whal is inevitable. Can't  v;e. she in hor Iui'irUiUl lier iiaiids���������'du  her husbaiid's shuul'devs, can't w'o.trv.  to livo only a dav at a time, without. .  worrying alJMt~tlPr"fuftfi"'^���������^  mako up our minds' to- fnco w^atev^r  conieJs. and bo siiro it will all work  oui. for the best?  ' Something; in tho seventy of her  smile'AaK she said the word:-* called  Milos'-a cvcitemoiil. but ihe iidovation  in his eves deepened. -.. r  " I wonder how many other' wonie'a  in iho world would bayo taken what  ) liavo'.iust told you -in the .way you  havo taken  it?   , ho (luestioned.   It  navo received thousands of letters���������  *���������! P-iviiH/ m-aiso. ��������� Mrs. NY. G.  Crowe, Midland. Ont., savs: "I Uiinl:  very highly uf Baby's Own T'tibleLi.  i n-.Vi> 4������'imi |a-.nVY '(bv when troubled with constipation and ihey helped  lior so much 1 always keep thom iu  i thb bouse and now'uso no other, medicine.-' "Tho Tabids aro sold by medicino dealers or by mail-at. 25 cents a  box- from Tbo Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,- Droelcvlllo, Out.-*        '  Minister���������\A".v, Elmer, can" you tell  mo svhat a gun tie man is?  Littlo Klmcr���������Yes, sir. lie's a  (���������grown up boy that "used io mind his  '.iViOther.    'a,  "% Small Tommy hurt his finger and hi  mother look him in. her arms and be;  to, dry'..away his'Upa'rs with her t'tho- magistrate  ij;." WOMAN'ON TOUR, IN AFRICA  Dressed in Man's Clothing, Mrs 'Maf������  :, guerite Raby. Travels S500 M'tlea  Mrs. Marguerite' Roby has . ro-  turned^to London-'after aaSSQO  milo journey iu tho Congo.' Sho traveled iu man's clothing, and was attended only'by-a constantly changing  company of baU-civiliRC-d,blacks, c  ; ' Mrs. .Kob3"," who is-still suffering  ���������from thi? effects, of tropical Illness;  described hev advexiluro in au interview. , " , -;4. . '���������.  . Sho -was frequently deserted by. her  porters' aud guide's and left stranded.  Shd Narrowly escaped - doat'b iti a  chat-go mado by a herd of wild but-  falos. 'She shot four of ihe animals  iir loss than"twonty minutes,:-whon' all  her attendants had tied,  lu'iiiany districts sho'was tho, first  whlto woman to-bo scon by tho-natives. .On ono occasion sbo had a live*  lyVioui* or two In* a, wild, ulniost bar-  .baric part of tlio lower Congo. ��������� Sho  had only.ouo black boy to escort her  and sho sat, down,by tbo sido of a  narrow road. ���������-���������-..  ���������Everything was-still. Mrs. Jjoby  said, and tho "Country around seomod  as lonely and uninhabited ns a long  forgotten graveyard. In a moment  two or ibfoo thousand savago-eyad  black men, wiih spears and clubs, appeared na if from tho ground, and  surrounded, nm. Tlio mon wero re-  pulsively ugly, and fearsomo 'streaks  of brilliant red "paint marked out .tho  lines'of: tlieir-eyes and mouths. *  ' 'The >chief di-niamlod , I3i.it I feliould  stay in his village, but 1 refused''  tfbnuaat'cly I hai". my revolver and several guns with me, and tbat seemed  to terrify tlio most evil-looking bt my  in*welcome visitors but' it was.a long  timo ��������� beforo T could Quito placato  them.' The'chief I heard later ..lia-1  isounded tho war. drum tbat night and  bad called "his peoplo from nillos  around to. seo ibis whife woman claiico,  but fortunately fo.-tlic audienco I did,  not attend.       '   ���������    ��������� ..,.-' ""  Mrs. Koby has a very poor oplnior.  of tha natives ot tho ��������� lower Congo:  Sho declares iliat the. wlssioiiaeics  havo sucilod Uiem.' Thoir insolence  ���������i.-i -absolutely abominable, sho said.  1 won't work, thoy will say, and if yo">.  touch mo I, shall in alto a report to  - x    ., '" . n Revenga  .  ..^,.-... -. ;  It's all ?lslit, ��������� ���������y 'dear;' >o ali������ad,  and.call mo'down."'. ."  . -.'I will, and 'oudesorro it, top? ".. t  ��������� That's right. " Rub'it into mo now.  liavo the last word if .you. want to.'  Havo the last hundi'oti.wor'is, i������,you  liko, but 1*11 got e.vsu with you. ���������  Oh,'you will,'eh?,   '       '  Yes, you bet I will. I'll square, this  littlo argument. ' '���������    '".;' ..  .And wbat may I ask are you going  to do?     - '"'      ;-  Do? I'm going to vote against giving yon tbo ballot"; that's whit V$a  going to- do.- " '-���������  And with a triumphant air he walked out of'the'house. ��������� ���������;     -<���������  " Do you believe''iii"lova;at first..sight"''  Of courso I 40, my-dear.    -Do. yoa  suppose' I'd havo. married.your.father,  if I'd liikca a second look.   -  Constipation������������������������������������  fa an enemy within the camp.- It:*-8fr-  undermine the strongest constitute*- ,v  nnd ruin the most; vigorous healtb. ;  It lead������ to. indig������stIoii, biliousness,/  tnipin-e' blood, bad complcxtoii, sick \;  btaifacbes, and is one of tlie ni������wfc :"  , frequent causes of appendicitis.   To ������  ncglectitss slow suicide.  Dr. Morse's   -.  ��������� Indian-Root   I-ills * positively ciiro'  Constipation;    Theym are   entirely  '.vegetable in! composition and do not   ,  -" ������icken, weaken or .gripe.. Preserve   ������  your health by taking'���������-?; a        .-.;  "������������������; Dr. Morse's .-��������� *?.������������������'���������  tndifin Root P'H������  u.  Ai  .. Tho girl, that can't 6ing and 'won't-  try-to sing.is.a bird Uiat -auy:yountf  "raan'.sliould-b'o" anxious 'to furnish a  cago for-:      . -",'  '"'.      ��������� ���������-'   "-,  "  haiidkercbiof.  D'-dou't wine ni-ntv eyes yel. ra-marn-  111a, sho sobbed.     T aint done c-cryln1.  ,; Warts 'nre-dii-rianroinorilH thnt dis-  a.npeur -whon treated with Hollowny's  Corn .Giire. ���������        "',     ,  -Imitation humor may provoke more  genuine laughter lhah' tbo. real thing.  ' Some .men aro modest enough to  admit that thoy only l:r.ow everything  wovlif knowing.. .    ?  il -y, tn���������*t*-tit*+*������a>'~m%* ���������������!    1    -r .  1 .'.Teacher���������Is  thero ��������� any  coniicctio:i  between t mind and matter?-     ,[ ���������'A  ' SinaiT. BoV-'-Yes? if a'" boy '? doesn't  uiiifyl, (bore'll'bo son'.ctlung'tlic.'niat-  iov   ''   "rh '       . '      *' '"   *'  <���������*  a   i'-.' ������7.-7. ���������-..:- ~<Y7- '-'7  ', It takes-a smiti-L man to conceal'his  My experience haw taught mo lhat  tho liiiri-jion boy is the biggest rogtw,  ihiL-f.' aud' murderer, even that .one  can. iind; "  ,, This ia tho second ���������jouvfl.oy, .Mrs.  Roby-haa undertaken in" rho Congo  ami in all Bho has'covered somo Su03  miles through somo of. the wildest  and most isolated parts oC tho coitr.-  try. . .  SATAN. AS   ANGEL  OF  TRIAL  -A -. -__':  ���������* . 1  Provei'bial  ���������tvoreto'le   ,  Englishwoman ���������>��������� Pieces  Fsther  of   Evil   in   F  '     ��������� '    Light ������������������  ���������A novel and .eutir.-iy aiew  conception'of satan was an interesting featuro of the lion. Sybil. A:n-  herat:i- drSmiiriKed version of tho IJoojt  oi' Job, ncrfonned by ihe Norwich  Players "at .the King's IlnJl, Cbvcnt  " VGiTrTl rniroir^fo v em bc-r-2 S^���������  be  Until Slio was Nfearly Crazy. Began  with Watery Blisters. On Ears,  Eyos, Hands and Ankles. Could  Not Sleep for Scratching, Cuticura Soap and Ointment'Cured.  ��������� Ui'iiiisvil.'!; St., Tivdci-litLi'i, \, n.- "i  bnft a ^ iry bud i-n-.o or fiiv-nmsi, '1 lio (i-onliln  bcH-un villi Vf.V5)-j'. bLtiUw u������������l- \U'h*\ ������<>���������',  i,ni<i<wi V,"! 117 mill iicai'ly 1'i'i.z;'. /I. t,mm ou  my fin-.", r.'ri*, biuyl-i iuul 1111l.i1", 1 could  iidt l',lt,'P Ihi. led o'liilic. uvni' jun ul, iih'.ht)  ior tlm iiitiui-ll'iK imd Jti-iiiiiK; My f-iii-.i ,  wonldiiv.i'll. J vo'ikl ..H-iiK'li until iliubliiod  vmilil run mxl ili< n lonn 11 t.''ul>. 1 l'.ilt i('j  If I riril li.',,) a ltt.lt,' i.nft out llm ll* ������*-li. o-i  iny hand*.   11, v,'rmlil liWuuio uty fiwn (iml  Mitkij ll li'JlUl t i'lift iHU'll hll'l K������l''!l.    I '.''.illld  ������i'it i.k.''p ht* :������li',lit fvi' torek-hliii,'.  "J (ih 1 fV'-J-yll.Itif. I lionrd uf i>HI.,v,i.  rMih'ts nny huwillt.. I ti'c:J \>A'i ot hnriio  iCtt"!*!!,M. fiicli fi- lur-il ?nd .i.ilpjnii', iniil idiio  nii'i Jicnitd ful* )i.   'J'Ikmi ) uJo'l ijutlcm'.'.  ^,    ���������   1 Ml.,i ...,���������,| niw| 11'M' 1,'.f,f\ Mil) |/|'i>nli  *';���������'",    1 lisfrl llifM UboUlifilUI' Kl'illllll (IIHl I  uni)ui|i]>y lowy J tun iit>\w <ini.nl...i i,-m.  Tliol'iitli.'iliu himpiilid OlnliiV.'iai'in'i'.l u>n  i'(,:npb'li-ly," fJ/ru-d) Mrn. A. M. Tlionui������  Mill, Mar, 0, 1012.  'J'lio riaj-'Uliii' uuo of ('nt li'ni'fi i������0!ip for (ulW-li  .i"ll.-i������ii uni miy 1<*n'I.i<i������ prt.i-n i, pudl'y  uilillii������';i>illl;,' I ii'i,>ili in, H'-iiIji, hiu.' mni I'l.i'o 1  iml nt Wn Ivi pruv'-uUiiK luflurninatlou, It1������  f^dortuadi'losi'lnfji'jf iiifipuft!*, tlmwdnmoii  .���������hiwo of jiliiiplm, b|,������'|-.li(".iil'i, inliM'>,.| Mid  ruiiuhncii, yi'lJuir, oily, nuAhy uud olhrr un-  wluilo'ioilKi _ )|-iltlloi). uf lie nliln, (.iill<'lira,  HO';}/) Hl'l Pilllr.ir* OlnM'ii'lKi fii'O Kol'l  Uii'u.'J.lv.wt tl"'. *' '-"I'I. Tlli.'ivil f.ii!i|i!') or j  eflf'li >nullt'il l'ri.n wlili ;,'J.|>. unin Jlinil,,  A.Miv-'H"nifli i.'i-il l'ftllcp Ki'iii; ."4 OI'CUU j  Corp., Dc-pl.-Ill), Uoitou, b. a, A. ,   .mm mm., _ I III '  W.N.U. 92/      t |,  swoojis uwav till your hopr-R of 1io?pdI-  ness���������and yet-yoii sniilo. lint, ho od-  dc-d al'ipr a naniic, llm' oncratiGn it only  .���������in off chanco. ' Dvnocourt warned.  n,io of that.- He said it waa.a vovy  duiift'erous1 bushloss, 'Willi tlie oftfta  conuido'rablo iiyuInKt nio. ��������� So���������1 may  curry out my side of- thc bargain,  after till. My lifo slill-luihgs In tlio  balance. '-      .v  Don'l, birt wifo eaid fi������.i.in. We  aro goiiiR' to mako ii-splondhi fli;ht Tor  it-���������you and 1���������find tho suvsoon; nnd  ^l'r. Dynoco'iirl is a very clovcjr sui*-  SCOlf. ' '       '  Uorothy Oiwld nol. havo fluid ber-  solf why, aHa^be spOlre, ii utab of four  went through her---why Hi uro fcnrgod  up wlllilir her ho pam-loimto u wish  all nt. onco that Homo other Riirgoon  and not her lover mi^bt perforin lho  'operation upon lior htiKbiuul. HIio  fiiilvorciil 113 iliouuli. thoro wi'i'o fi c.biil  In the finitry AuijiiKt air, ami a tlvsad  ''oiifio nf linpondliii.' iliRafitev not!led  down upon hor houI. ��������� ���������  Wlmro wlll iho opcvfitlon bo dono?  alio'iiaUcd Kiiclilonly.     .  -  Jlyiiocoiii't Htipft'ftBloil Unit I elionlil  ro inlo tlio Homo in which lils other  liailont I.*; be!:)'. iMir.10.1. Ho snys II.  In a good plnco mul 1 coulll lutvo a  nlco rooiii mul���������  Xo, no. r>ovol,liy liilorrupled, ber  JuiiiiL-) i.bftpiji*; Dinmselvrf. rinind  MIIok' unii with a Unlit 'firlp, don't  S'o jnv.iy m lyoinloii for il, I.rL lho  iipoi'rtlJtin bo dono bore.  Hew?  Ve.<, here. lN.'iiK mber I lmvo him.,  a mii'iio, ".\lllc.s. I ii������iu nialvo every  necessary iiiviijiui'iiifiir In lho house.  Xo voi.ni fonld bo bftUcv thuu your  t.TA !.!&',MiT"rnfiM. - AH-'-UO'-Kiir.  I'otliullilRiUiVO far heftllhldi' thiliJ lliofio  in 1I10 bo'.l muvliuv lioinn. It In  only n f|ii'S���������ilj*.i nf moiiwy-' find it  v.\mld bo worth nny inoii'y tu have  yuir miVrtiiil li.rc,  HhO UpOli'S i������!l VollOPKIllIy l.hlll, .Mil: l!  bfjl.h I'l-ll. and looked li!.-* flui'in'l^'i,  Of couviio Um: ONpi'iieu noeil bo no  iVifili'iilty, lio f.uld MtV.vly. I v.M'i only  ililnUlns .'jf all lho hoi nor foi' you. In  ! my own mind 1 hiii^plniinul that If  1 wa������ doii''> d/. nib 1 voiiJ/J .hint k'i  up lo Um lioiiio iih llynocourt. huaw*. I-  od, mul yon could bine hbyed (inloily  ) hiA'o on1  (if nl]  llm    v/oi'i-y    of    (lio  UlillR.  UOt of nil n't'1 ii'i'i.' ".r 'i ��������� !'.'.'������."i  hIio I'l-puUr.-il, a i-ivl.'ilii !/jft pioi'ljory  In her (one..,, Mil you n-ally Hi In It  I would winy quloily Jiovo wliilul >ou  went, 1.0 faun 11 biK ftinii'iilloii nloim,  11-iM* 1 bi'C.n -.audi a bad ull'ii lo j-on  Ihai you cuiiid iiiinw tiiiii:  A bad v.'IfuV Mau-lllio, MIIoh wiih  1.1 pi'coi:i-.ii|jl('d wllii tho ium u\cr-  v,li(iliiilii;.{ c.oiniidrratloii of I'm mo-  imil'. that. 1 In,* iliihii-,' (ouch of tV'I'o-  tliy'ii liuinor pii'/,/.h-d hlni, Xu iiiuii  on cdrtli nvi.v lu'.il.u wlfo lllirt you.  ,*;,;-ir.'.:'.ii.<,!. I1-'1 1 dd-1, ii'iii'-'UniMfi I  ll.'lK; Ill.tllKilt WJlftt, ('. JiOI'fi.Cl. wif/; you  wu"!! l.'.'hi* Ln- -llm unii you.loVn,  if jii.i iu:i bo iv Jijod to n m'tii y������u  only 1'iliviito,  -   HOW'S THIS?  \Ti* (?!���������;" C';ir. Hun iir.A Doliars ')ln\v.  f-.A' iis-,- c-'.'ko or O-.H'.'.tU lhat L-:-.n:io  .:'U7C-(1 Ijv Ual'i'ii Crtiai-s-n Cuvc.-'  1-. .T.  OlfiXHSf & CO.. Toloflo. 0?'  Wo. iho ii'.idi->-rlpi\'c-0. l.nvo known 1".  .1. ClK-ufy Ri- 'li. lust 1", y^:o-.-i, li-.-id Ije-  lltvo him rciIcoi.1- l-.oiu'f.t -in nil buuinens  ii.'iiisiKi'.lo in iui.l rmunciiUiv ulilo to cuvi-y  out :in,-,- o\)li������ntion-: iii.iilo "by his firr...  -    M'AJ-.DJ>:i'l   K1NXAN it MARVIN."  . Wl'.oloiifilo 13i-iiealat.',.-'J"ol0i.1i>. O,  irjill'f* C.itai-i-h i,.-ui-o I.-i tal;en ijiioviiaUy.  ai'tiiifr 'lirrcUj- upon' Uio bloofl and muo-  ii-aa mirf.i'is.'j nf I no s}-���������:.ciii. 'j-ohUiiiooI.-iIu  s-.-.'Ht 1'roo. IVluo 7Ti ci.-iilH- jier boUlo.  ..dM by all JJi'iififitsts.  Tube Hull's Validly Tills for coust-pa-  tion.  Glvo t^io baby a rail dinner pail and  room to klclc-and ho. will bo happy."  A littlo Icai-nlni. In not- as danft'or-  miH as tho big conceit that goes,with  tt. '    '      "     '  ';'    Y ' "'���������    '  ��������� Somo woinwi tiro known b,v -tho,husbands thoy support. ���������   . ...  ���������'  Tbey Soothe. Excited , Nerves'.���������  Xenons alfooiloiiii nro. upunlly 'iitt.i-  bulublo lo dafocstlvo dlgdsllon, aa the  Hloni.'ifh doriiliwLcfl tbo norvo-contra,  A ooiu'ko' of Vftvmaloo'fi' Vcgclttbio  Pills wlll slill tilldirfturbiinc.09 of II1I.H  cliavnoter, and by i'o_loi,liig'1.bo Htp.-n-  noh to vioi'iiiLi action rbllovo tho  ncrvc-H from Irritation. ,, Thoro Is in  aodaUvn llko them ami, In'tho oorrccl-  Um of in'OKularltlos of tho dlnos-llvo  procoRSOH, no pre para I ion liao dono uo  offiio.llvo work, an can bo (cistlflc-d to  by 1houBunds, , ,  A. scullmf-nUil youufs lady from town  was on Ui(i -steamship quay, whoro  slio i:a\v a younw ftlrl 'alttluR on n  (runic In nn 11 It Kudo of titter dejection; mid despair.  Tula' thin;., Uion^li', (hp romanUo  yoiuiR lady. Hho J.i probably-alono  ji nd a Hliwi'.a'. Hor pnlo eboedt.')  and ,'U'ont pad oyen ,ioll of a bvolicn  hrart nnd a .vonniliif. sympathy.  Hho yvoti't ovor tb tho traveller to  win'hor con/blonco,  . CvoBflml In i'jM*? ibo a:dieft -pynv  piUbolJeully,  'No, Vi.pilod Uio tdr', wtih n filfOu  fii'owHPtl Iii tho Vh'olK', and 1111 awfully  rou Kb  vn!i.������i\������[n,  trilmird'a Liniment Cured Colds, die,  1 /Instead 0" following.tlio popular no-  '.'on. satau was- roprcsoiMed ������as an  vVn^cl of. Trial. - .    . _ .     ~-y   "���������  ,*.^Iany learned-.professors havo Indorsed ihln -theory, roadlug tho. Book,  of ,1'ob, as meaning; that satan only acted as a judgo ���������6f tho evildoer, instead  of boIiiR'tbo Mvil Ono himself.  '    ���������  M-iss Ainhrrsi's reading of .lob is  that satiui is d'oiiictod as ono of tho  Sons; of God--or tbo ISloliim.  "Ilo fs ropi'oscntcd," said iMIss Amherst yesterday, "as. lho. Angel o[  Trial or tho Accuser. Ills function Ih  10 search out and welsh Uio deeds 'ol  men, to seo if.i.boir scrvloo to God  ia povfotly dlfiinttrealcil or not:"'  ]t Is only i:i'later yearn-Unit patan  .was Uiouftht'Of as an ovildoor, probably owlny, to Uio uilsuiidorstiuidlnj  of hia fiuiclion.as ..utlgo.   ���������-.  Ajhoiik wsholiii's wbo tiro interested  in Ui i'n theory, find ".who will probably  ul tend tbo performance, uro 1'rof. A,  S.'-Ji'oulvo, of Manchester IJiilversily;  (.'anon Koiinptr, it-sIub jivot'o'ssor of  1-kibrov,*,. Oambrkige: Canon Driver,-  reKiuB'jii'ofossor of Hobvow, Oxford;  and Prof. fj\.aJ. WontJIloro, who edited tlio Utblo forbomo rcnillhj.. .  . Tbo drama nrouaed Jntoiiflo rnUius-  Jimm. unions olmrch, kLiuIohLs whoo  produced last year at' Nonvlcb, ,nml  Mlta AmhovHt received Ki-cut pralso  for .bor .beautiful tinddollcato rondor-  Ing of tho book for atngo pu/poses. It  bas reoelvod -lio uppvoval of tho UIsli-  op of London.  No objection can bo (alien to Uio  porfonuanco en tho Kround of want  of reverence. Tho Divinity H vepro  fiontod by a, Volco.     >     "  Advantages and; Saving by Usiitg,  The Loading 0atf6riii^  '. In 'ibi, writins we declro to put before o;ir Western 'Farmers "tli������ ,  eavliis ar.d advantage of loading statu dtreo4.,on care...Shipping Ei'ala '  ���������tIiroiiE.li an elevator, it matters no* v:hethov a Govornmont elevator-br.  ono i".in'by an.elevator company .or Individual owner,1 does .not -add'-  the leact fraction.of'a cent to tho valuo of .ho grain, tfdr-does It glv������'  tbe farmer any better chanco of marketing It to advantago than when  loaded direct on cara.'' But-loading dtvbct 'in car.a cuts outln tho'first--  placo. ibo elevator charge, which .la usually l^io.    per   bughel,.   nay',  $17.;i-3 on a thousand.bushel car.     -The elevators dockage., is' alsa'  saved* ihis maybe worth mora or less,, dcpandlne. partly onhow dirty.,  tho Grain'Is, but mostly on tho farmer's.vability, in-holding- hia own -  with .lib'clevator'maa taliing.lt in.     Oii'-t'io-aVerago , the. doclcag������",  mayo be considered worth 8c per lusht.1 to, ths farmer, or say $30-per ���������  car of i.OOO bushels.     When grain is loadod direct into car ovor-'tJio  ��������� Loading Platform, tlio farmer, know a for eiivo that It Is'his very own;-  "-Rraln li_at-wlll'bor-gradefidjy'the'..inspector;'Jtral that bo will   -without?  doubt receive tbo full and exact'outturn of. his, car.at ."whichever ter������..  . iuinal .elevator It ts .'unloaded; for all grain '3 unloaded from tho cara  under Government supertntondanca anu welaked by.proporly qualffle*-  Kovornment weighmen under the-rules anl rupervlslon of'the Doniltt-  ��������� I311 Government Hoard of Grain .'Commissioners.-    ��������� ������������������        _���������    .--'"���������    ���������  ���������  Of fcurgo,. it makes no differoueo in our.loading .of..tho'farmfi'rfc*'  >-��������� jtraiu whether if has'been shipped ..through, an-' elevator-or over th������  r,-y  i  ���������m*-' -A *i  .   , Wo contluuo to act as tho farmers'-agon'in l6olcIng-Rft6r���������ap(l.dIs������  ^���������HO^i.n,'__0f_loarlot ship'mentaof w_bcg*.-.oats,- barley and,flax strictly, on'  a commission of'l, cent' per. bushel.-     Wo~"croTnotAcbnneetod���������Wltlff-  iior .iiucreEted in liny' elevator companies or clovators.'eithei* local or  terminal, neither aro wo track buyers, in' fact, wo never buy.'faTm--;  era' gn.lri on:our own account, but only to hf.ndla.and dispoao of tbo  r?r'ain fhtriiBtcd to' ua aa tho agonta of those who employ us..-- " Many:  years'experience, with, a wldo connection aud ample facilities, for. en*  tho grain trade,"havo iglwn ua a re-.  Wc mako liberal advances*  . p^aKin^ inthis-special branch 0* tho gva  putat'on of the highest charactor In it.  Vi  .  on cur-bills of lading.  ct information'.     We  nml financial standing  fn"nda' ' ' ���������  Wrlto us far shipping Instructions and marlc.,  viva as references to .ov.r reliability, oitloloncy  any city or country L'anl.-Mana.roivlii-Westorxi  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION "MERC.HANT3.  ?017D3 Y Grain'-Enchango  ffiHi  Winnipeg, Canada.  Q������QSBQQQ_BHB]  There are Four Things \yhich never  come back  "^  iTo br Ci-pllliund)  Juiliio tllli'H llnhoi\ rd' a .l-'onnsylvnn'  in county, van lllicwiuo ,c������'riliiov of lilf.  Jumivi bunk. ". -\ mau jnxftcnloj' a  i:liM(|itn ono day ,for paymnit. Ilo  wa,. 11 hlvniijioy, IUh ovidonco of  lilonililmitIon wan not I'liUhfttctory lo  Mm f;i,slilcr,  Vliy ,1ud|.o, wld Uio man, Vvo  linown yon to M'lil^nni) 1110:1 (0 ho  har.no'il on j.o bolter t-vlilonco ihun  llhHm  Vav IWAy, vo\A\oft  lb., .luilire, bill  when It fnnif-H In lolMiin 1.0 of colli1  Caul! wo Imvo lo bo mlnbly (.'iiivfnl,  Wo buiv much of cwpproml.-c pawn-  diiyjj, .aid a polltb'ltm recently, nnd  11 irt MiliK-iIiii'-* .*��������� r,xA t!:!'!;:. lrc  Know ii young num wbo ������ot nuirrli-d  ubout u yi-tiv uro, und lio nud bin wlfo.  woro ('0)iBlii,ully iii'i^ulnc; ioi (0 whether 1 hoy jiliould buy (wo cytdnK ov an  np-lo-diilo inoloivyulo,,. McoUn:v hbii  ono day, bo fcald:  }.]',��������� wlfo ninl ) wi-fin/tl'il for month!,  but liiank u.)oduo.s,Hf wo'vo oompj-uin-  bwil at bft,  Wlmt hnvo you oompi'niniHf-.l mi?  A baby ciin-InKO V.e proudly an.,  w- j cil.  ANOTHER   BIG1 DIAMOND   FOUND  More Thai. H,:l'f tbe Size of the Cull!.  nan Its Valuo Is not Estimated  An nv.llolo In thn nnud Dally  Mail states Uiat a diamond of JO 10  ciu'iits wnn found In'tlio rroimor mlno,  1111 a Iioliiii; tho sccoml lavgcst dl'ituionil  cvci* found In Uio world.  ���������"'Tlia"now 'fito'no lo movo Umn half  Um fily.o of tho (.'iiHluan' diamond,  which t'iinin from lho muno miuo,  Tbo now Ptono.Iins black nlroakH but  Uio oMioi'l-. I'onslrtor tlmt tbo flawn  nro only on Uio fjiii-faco,-  Tlio we!nhifl of snm-. of tho moat  famoiiii illftiuoiidfj in tlift WvOrld nra  aa followH:   -        ��������� ~>  '     .:     \  i\\\\hmi . ..".,...- ,..,,,,:302."Vt,  Koh-1-nor m."  JfiC^i  (liwit Moj.nl ... , 137  ��������� ,'riio (hilllnan diamond wan also  found In Ihn TnuiBviiut at tl;o Prtmlov  TrailBvmil diamond mlno, and wat  iiiimcd nfier '.ho then chairman of tho  company. It wns prcoentcd to lho  hint' bv tho. Tranfivnul Rovovu-mout,  nnd was cut into ojovuu ilu\vii;t>������  _(m;i,',j. Tho );.i'W. ot MCS enr-  at a, Is in tbo Jinpcvlu! crown find two  Kraut kIouch aro wo. 11 by Ibo Hnaoa  ns jowcls , un a poiulaiit on fatato oc-  casjlonu,        -  The Spoken Word  The Sped Arrow  The Past life  The Neglected  Opportunity  " Tliero Is an old saylne that "Opportunity  has hair'in front and !��������� bald behind, T.C  you fioi'xo ber by '.ho forelock.you may da������  Aa.bi lior, Imt-Jf you euffov hev to uscopo not  ovon JupUci' hhiiaoll! can oatch hor- again."  Many pooplo' do with "Oppoi'lunK.'! '-ai  obiidVon clo'ht tboBoa-Bhoro���������tboy fill tbcU*  lmnilH with pnnd nnd lot tlio pmlDH . tad  Uiroiifjtt, ono by ono, (ill Uioy aro gono,  This la tlio dny of tlio farmer..' opiior  tiuilly, .with a now country whero jtow In-,,  sillutJoiiB nii.d now llnca of onslnoaii ,aro  comlnR up, Why nrt chaiiRO Uio order of  tlilur;������? Tlio old methods liavo boon 11 fall*  nvo Ko fnp at lho fnrmor wan concerned; bn  produced tho wcnltl; and luuulo.1 It"ovnr to  .othor oorpoi-ution.. for attribution, RfUlnR.s,,^^ for Sloc!c  back tbo inoiiHly ..liar, ilioy KiuiliiIni.ly.gavo  bim, " nndsliij) .  Think Mils over nnd ilocldo to holp biul-l  y^,. Qy^h) [()  un 11 now orik-r of Dliig., ,   l-   -  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.  th  Winnipcff, Muu.  AI.ftF.RTA I'AAMF.Rt AI1DRCS3  CAUiARV OJFICE  Calgary, AUtt.  |i|ttAHl  IlnlKi't ' ]lnrn-.V Jlnzor is m  to bo Bolil'til Sutlicliy'ii, In 1-oudon, in  a foylnlKlit'ri Unto. It. bat a bono ban-  dlo'honrliii. Oliver jilrttna, wbJoh.filro  lla peill|.i'f:9--;-Tl]0 bu,t rif/.or tbat. Hon*  crl. Jlut'iiH ovor i-bijv.d with. . Kacb  tuieoefmlvo owiu.r idneo-It. wan pro-  nnlol by ll'iliort Ilaivii.', Sr., '1 WU-  Hn.ni nunbar; In 183!>, Una wMod'-i  pliii.', I.idh-i!li:-;' 'lirt pin'ehnMO, Ihn Iflf������t  Prlset as Architect  It Jrt Ktntotl Unit, VittbT llono-  diet, I'fctor ol' thu Knrlsth'ld lloinan  1 f.iiii'ilir. riiuvoh. hns osocutod tbo  plana fov 11 now Komim riuhniui  I'bui'ob, to l.o f-roctod in;ar 'Wimble*  don railway .itatlon. Ilo bn������ itleo do*  KlHiiod pluiiM for u lni'KO oUut'idi fur  lilnifiolf, nflliirrtflolil.- wbb-n v.'Ul bo  a ri'jilloa of Orvloto (.'nUifdrul, Italy.  li.lUS.  1'j'p������.  JMWiii'd Qwuilio, who dl-.il in  N'otbliiR HhocliH i) sirl (piUe ;���������- Uficb  Doy Climbs 120'Foot Chimney  Clictlloiiy,eil, by' romo other boy,i  a JO .year-old lluvton Bohoolboy ha.t  .tlint iu-.eiiiiiplbibed tho rtai'ljb'j foa.t o������  liiinuVi';.'. .I, i,.iii.u.v; r'.i.vA 7.S 7 7. !.i  hoiKlit, .v.lileli' i.i btln:; vepali'fid. Hy  tho timo tbo Intrepid yoiinij.-.'.or bud  wao.liod tbo Kiji of tho l:uldev,"a I.iw������  oi'u'vvd bad eo'l^etwil, rtr.tl Um Onlofik*  oi'K had an au.\lou,H fow minutes v;!j|!������  tho liny ilsuvo wns b<;i*:i wnlklni; calm*  1} i'-iU'ii ;i .'������������������tj..'������JJ, imprutivlfd .'t.ifhi/.,  ���������1  tin liriii-lii}.' an oblorly woman lnu-.ii  ovor ibo lovo. di^������iH\N,bi.Uwiit ������,lu: had j    A bO'-.!..':,-v'-" o-i' nf n fob In na*.  when j'outik, * A nniliy a man cf .*<. fmnv.j-t. .',  '     ."A,*"1   1VA    ,   -'.A- 'A   A     , ' A   .-...t^-        .       >     _    - "*, .   ,  h A' :y :���������--*: r -.' ''v'^ -' -   f ' ,1 *��������� ���������-    \ -" -, &.  ���������   h'r: '   7' - "v -,"   r'o : \'Y Ah "h'7-7  ..'   J-J.-lj.rK. ^*-,a       ���������',-      .    V    -���������        -    _"    A  *      v.   -    .   --  h -  V,        .-J"   i' ...        ��������� a     ���������  '-*.'  a- ' '   ���������������������������- --"   . -" ".   , h.X '���������-- ...      .   ,.    -   .   "'., '  ' ���������       A- '-hy*:: y  ft  lv"  -.*_ ;���������  ?tf  & '  r  *  >  ip&i i'  ; .Mm.MtMm\w*m\tiMMMMm  Constipatipn  Vanishes\Foyever  ... Prompt Mkf-Y'PermaninlCare ���������  CARTER'S LITTLE  U VER PILLS never  ,   fail.  Purd;  able���������acts;  I'Utp.MUIy o  the liver.  Stop b(ic  -   ilinnn  ' tifetwss-  eurerotli-J n __ .   Eestion���������improve liis complexion���������bi-jglilea  lhe cyea. Small Pill, Smnll Dose; Smell Prke7  --.'   Genuine mwilck* Signal ure -'  ���������������������������������  wnniiuj^ift'iwmji  r  ']���������  %  i  4  ''?  ' ' COMING EASTAHHIS WINTEFt? :-  After'thV busy season is over,' pack  . up and ; e< mo east and'.'Gpend threo  months'lu ono ot.our schools. Jhisi-  iiesa education will help you to wiii'  out,.     It costs but littlo to get it.  Write uc-������or our new Curruculnm and  plan to? lot "us' help you.'^ >. \Addrcss  '~\V.  IC   Shaw, * President,-, "Shaw's  .. Schools,"'Toronto, Canada.' ���������  r  - A- NEEDLE ..WHEN 'YOU  NEED  IT.  No1 matter what'you want'to.sew or  '. OniTi, you'll llnd-,1ubt-the nccdlo you.  want ia THE- -FAMILY' NEEDLE  CASE.. .Would, cost ' double . li  bought . separately. Theso ..needles  ore the finest -silver ptcel and matchless for sharpness and finish.   .Send  -HZPf fov tlio Ftuji'Iy    JCc-ctflc    Cato.  )\v>t VaUl.   v .  ARTHUR'NOVELTY CO.';' Station'^?,  Montreal. ��������� --' -       Carta4a , - -  ..THE  FREIGHT  RATE;  ENQUIRY  "t   WONDERFUL, DISCOVERY  /   In thla rise of research 'oufi experiment.  nl! nature Is ransae!;eil*by������.tbo Poicnllho  for tlso eor.ii'ort anjl happiness of, man'.,  Hcleiic-o  hns  lauecil. j*.i:U',o  slant  sn-ldot-'  ' ' In the, rr.el century, antl e.inont; the-���������by  no means lep.stlm������iv.-ta)iL---01i,(:ovci-Ics ln  incdu-iiie.'ls that or Tlie.rnj.lon, v.'iiie.h has  been wed wWn great pucccsh in iVrenelr  Hospitals. cuul that it ia worthy the at-  - tention ot. thoso who Rifl'er, from kidney,  ��������� Madder, nervous diseases, chronic weaU-  nesneE, ulcers, rUIi. eruptions, pile*. &C,  il-.ere ls no doubt. In faet,it seems evident from the bit? ah. created amongst,  ppcelalists, that THERAPION is declined  ' to cast-Into oblivion all those'question-'  itbio remedies, that wero i'orniwlj*,',th<'  polo reliance rf.'inedlcsl vsn������n. -II Ib.oI'  .courso linpo."5"i!.'lo to tell sufferers all wo  should. HUiq'-Io, tell them in'this short  article' but those who would'liiie to know  more'nbout Oils' remedy that hasr-_n'eet.  ed. s<5 many���������we m'.u-ht al'mostsay, mlra:'-  ������ilous cures,  obouUl pc-nd, uddvcKsed en-  1   vetopo for VlAim boolc to V>i: Jje Clore  1\|.- -   <���������*.      "Tn<- ���������������������������������top.k���������-ltoacl,    Ifamp-  Rlcad, '-Jjontlon. TSngiand,  ond deeido for  ' theinsclvee - whether^ tho - Ke.iv    Vi-onch  '"Ilemcdy "TnERAriOX" KoAl, No. 2 or  ,   ,Ko. Y. is what thoy require und have been  GCbUi-.ii. In'vain aurlns -a.lh'e.of fmisen-,  ' BUfCorint:,   ilU health   and '.unliappiness.  'A'heraplon* Is.sold by OraegriHtB and all  leading, medicine dealefo in Canada:   -���������  AN ENEUGkriC :AGI3NT JX EACH  <owirto introducq.our line" to tlio pub-  _W_c:?J)_gIino_acy^can_���������bc?imndtana^  rntinents position' secured.   Apply! to  ^M Queen' City Silver-Co., Toronto?  A  a,"  ,Not Yet ur ,-' \ -,'  - ^3'ow lhat tap eledion. is. over .-let  its' quit regarding each other as n  Aiol and bo ivlends again?  ������   '  It is too soon io talk oNh.it. -Don't  torget tbat you have a. -bot with mc  v.-hich inakes it i:ccc5snry for yo'u to  cat your lint,   .        ;  In the oriop,'bright October air, the  ' Hvcot yottiff. tiling had been? for a drive  with hev, swectbejirt - and   returned  freshened and flowing ,-witli   osello-  meut.   a A-.. .. -.'  Oh, mother,'&1ie criod, .Tom nn'il I  luul .tho'-'parrowoRl. escape from ������iu  awful nccidont. Tbo borp'o nearly'  bolted und I don't Jiuow-what'would  liavo liapponod. -,''.-.  Wo wero Koiun ,HiTO������gli.<. narrow  lano wheu, oil of,a Kiiddon apbr-asant  ftot up trow '-bo hodRO anil ilbw across  Wio horuc'ls bead ami beford Tom could  grasp tho reins��������� ���������'* ��������� '.���������> i-  IDr, enqii'lvod the yoims; broiher-  vruRu't bo lioWing thom "then. ���������   *    '  -Aiidfit-'tool: a .long tiino to explain  clearly what ncliinlly tlid hnppon.,  ",1.  'Sli.-a*  -.'If  W.i  -l.fi  !i   ;#  '  Mlmrd'i Llnlmsnt Cures Dlitempir'  ������~.���������.���������.,���������. ' ,.,m.    '  Donating ,.  (To ilie (lli'l wbo,eat on my pipe)  1 loved'you fot; youv bliifalu-B rlpo  And tempting lips���������alioni:������������������  Until you flouueoa upon my pipe   ���������  -Aiul cruplioil tho niiiber Btcni,  Explained  Willie--Why did tbo boy Flanil on  lho iinvnlpij dpui. when uu iml biuy  haft floil?   a ,  .Tommy���������1 Mippope lie wan Uio (horo  in tlint movlni; him, nml ho was paid  to ulnud there,  Further ^Postponement   of    Proceed*  ' -- ings Before, tbo' Railway Board  "> The'enquiry into; western' freight  freight ra.tesflt'O't.avi-a'.bas-beca fnr-  tlior. postponed, .upon' tho. application  of .tliei.eouriscl-foi* Saghatphcwan and  Alboi*ta?A'.wh6 rcquiro nioyc " tlnio io  digest'.Uio maps'of figures.presented  by tho railway companies.  . Thc exhibits laiil before tbo Railway  ..Board��������� consist of Bcvcral volumes.of  iigrurcs, so tfliat tho best a ucwspapai*  ���������is.capable of is to set forth" as .impartially, as it'.can"'the" facts which 'Uiey  "appear t-o "establish 'UeyoiKl' reasonable  doubt. '       ' -���������   .  . *    .  - ��������� The Winnipeg Board- of. Trade nnd  i-otJior boards wore-evidently .in error  in -saying "that rates oat-of'.Winnipeg  bad npt been reduced 'Sinco lSS6,.when  Sir-William Van Horno pledged himself that thoy, would' diminish as-the  voliimo'.of traffic Increased^ -.    '-"X  -A'baoU of Ta pages*-is devoted to  showing tho numerous reductions that  havo "boon made since thon.   -As re-  garda vphent.'' for instance, thb Cai-  ndlaii^ racific rale from Winnipeg to  -Lalvo Superior lias boon reduced from  ���������iiS c^ntfl-per* 100 poumla to: 10 cent-p;  that if<, from   17. to   0' -cents   per  "bushel?1 -  It is not tbo ease that rales ln tho  Canadian West aro. so much hiy'hor  Uian in <tbc adjacent States as -to constitute a soi.oiis 'handicap on tbo Canadian -settler.   -   ;", .   '. ',  "Wio,exhibits, go "to?1 proyo,"that .om  Western rates arc on'(tho,whole lower  Mian. thoso in Minnesota,"' Ncvth 'Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana and Wyoming, although'population js greater, arid -traffic more idense  ovor tliero than wiMi 'tis,    ������������������ "  It was a, mictalio to assert that rates  on .lho-Soo lino, a road .in lho United  States controlled 'by.,, tho Canadian  Paoiflc, wore considerably lowci*. than  lho Canadian Pacific rates in thc Canadian West'. .-- " ��������� . .  ' Tho-.experts say it might, well; be  that an' American road owned by the  Canadian Pacific served .a territory  so much older and moro thickly populated than' ours as to- warrant the  company in granting lower, ratos. than  theso wo cm joy., without incurring auy  mor.il blame; precisely as'the owners  of a Winnipeg journal might, for much  'Mio samo reason? p'reduce ��������� a better  newspaper.at,Chicago orvNow York  without'-charging moro for it to the  man on tbo street. - At any rate, so  far as.thc rates on the Soo read aro  concerned, tbey aro not lower, but  higher than tbe rates in the Canadian  West: " - ' .:, ���������. --��������� ...  -, It,-was commonly asserted and'believed -tliat.ratoQ on la'ctory goods coining .to tbe Wo'j*. from-mac tern Canada-  word higher than the raxes on similar goed-j from" lho .Llastcnr States ��������� to  the North- Western States ' above  named, "winch aro our immediate-competitors.-'- i Very of tea-tlio' Winnipeg  agents*o!r Eastern manufacturer's de-  ���������dared'this to" be so when'stumped tb  acooimt for.tho greater cheapness or  factory.goods on-the American than  on .thp Canadian ablo bf tho line. .'. .  ^J3ut,^aec.flriling.vto���������l-ho-oVhibits,���������It-  ts wi-Sihout foundatioai"? ' Tho- Canadian, rates, aro .lower than the American; notwithstanding that tbo", Canadian goods are, ns a rule,- hauled "a  greater, distance and have, to bo carried, if carnlcd all-rail, across iho huge  desort lying bctweon,,.North'.Kay aud  Winnipeg, whero thero is no locnl  freight.  On 'tibc clBier band, it Is true that  rates in tho. West are higher than tbo  average run of rates in tbo Province  ���������of Ontario.' Tho Canadian ,reads  plead,tliat Ontario bas a much greater  ami moro compact population than  fho' \i*eaV has,1 bosidea-'wlrleli, ratos  in Ontario havo to bo reducod to tbo  lowest pclmt for half the year to meet  water competition.      ,       ..,:  .If wo'retort by asking:-' Sinco you  can afford to carry freight thoro atr  nlMibrnmlly low- rates' to. meet' watCi"  competition, why eunno't you afford *b  carry,it for.llko rates nil over your  pystem?,. Tbey. reply, that 41, would  bo impossible ' ��������� \   ,  Ontario summer rates, lliey say,  }'iolil so littlo nbovo.tlio actual��������� cost  or tho haul, thnt if thoy woro applloil  all ovor tlio road would Imvo to go Into bunkrimtcy. Yet tbo tri fib "those  Tntc-a do -turn into tbo troacury o'imblo3  tbo company, to that extent, to keep  down' rates obiowhcro." " Similarly,  the whc'u't rato from Winnipeg to Lnko  Sunorlor, poi'Iiups tho lowest In the  .world, could not bo ihailo.tho gonoral  rato for all communities without niln-  cis cciiscquonccs,  Theso aro tho chief points brouwlil  out by tbo exhibits which Ibo raihniys  havo put In,   .  . LItlJn Loln-������W-lici'o nro you going,  Aunt JJosIoV  Aunt Joaio���������To lho prorceocr's,  dew, to talco ii fencing li-rn'm,  Lltllo T.olii���������PltMiHe tnko nio with  you minllc. 1 wutit. to nee you climb  u fence', ..  ������HHM  MM  II  j. i  b  Mi  I  i> 'i  ^yyY's \,\  jomwYr  ���������'  K^^_i___^TmJr^  ^0^^^tK/i^^;:  Wtc> tt, box ������r ilx boxoi tor 52.S0,  at all ietlte), or fh* Dodd* Medb  elne Uompaity, Limited, Toronto,  Canana.  QUEEN  BUYS-CHRISTMAS  GIFJ5  Unrecognized in London Stores," She  ,   Purchases Articles" In tbe Or-'  dinary'Way        . . ���������   ,������������������  Queen Mnry, hns already begun her  Christmas "shopping.        '���������"   ,*. ':..r-i  .Her, majesty, likes to ' buy;> things  privately in Tier.-own quiet'-way,.and  prefers to viblt'a E-hop' in person  rather than- to have ii- number of articles' sent to Buckingham"palace from  which"she'can make a'selcctlon; --  , Fo,w, if any.- of tho-busy?-crowds  of peopl^geiug thoir various ways  through Cambridge circus on Thursday - afternoon know"that ."the queen  was buying Christinas presents quite  closo at hand...     T.  Hundreds passed; and. repassed the  private motor brougham'standing outside tlio old bookshop "at tho corner  of "Shaftesbury, avenue, apd ������within  theboinularles of.tho notorious',Seven  Dials; without'.giving--it the slightest  attention."'   "? .   .,'���������'   ,.  - T*ho :bookslicp" was -that of 'Jos'cph  Zachsusdorf. Hero- ber majesty,  who' waa accompanied bv a-ladv -ia'  waiting.; spent*consldcrably moro than  aa:,yhour, purchasing J many , liand-  bouiul volumes o:������ a variety of subjects, as well as ono or twono'vcls.^  Credited with being ah .exceedingly  good:shopper, Queen Mary gives" a"^  minimum amouat of troublo to, those  detailed to- attend to her "require,  ments.   $  '   . ���������*      *���������'-���������..  .She know exactly what she wanted  when sbo wont, Into tho bookshop, and  spared, no pains to' explain' her wishes'to the .assistant. , ' v ���������"  ", Most of tho time she was in tho  shop her majesty ,wa3 - inspecting  G.tuer books, which sho had not "como  to buy, but' whicli interested ber? ��������� - ������������������  Sho purchased several, volumes,  which' fclie .at lirst picked off tho bookshelves and bookcases quito'casuallv.  wouIFfTll  in a faint  V/HEN\ SHE ATTEMPTED- ��������� TO  ' WORK, SO'EXHAUSTED. WAG."  .''    THE.-NERVOUS SYSTEM  .  ;" NEW HALL CAJNE    PLAY--^  l t  V/.N U, 027  Tho farmor'B mnlo had Just bulked in  Iho road whon tho country doctor  como, Tbo farmer asked tbo physio-  kui if be could givo him something  lo Htart the mnlo. Tho doctor said  ho could and reaching down into bis  modlclno case, giavo tho unlaial uomo  pinvilor. Tho mnlo sivjlnliod bl������tull  and losfiod lils head nuil-ctai'tcil on  a mad gallop down Uio iwul. Tlio  I'lirinor Uiokwl flint at tho flying animal and thon at tbo doctor,'  TIow much did that mcdlolno cost,  Doo'Mio (iBltoil,  OJi, about ID cents, unlil the pbyeic-  Ian.  , Well, fjlvo, mo a fiiiai'icr's wovtli  quUili. Ami lio uwalluwcil It. Vvu  get-to catch Mint niiibi.  ���������*""i iwiiwi t**m*m***0*m  A reporter wnn onco Interviewing n  famoiiB I'lnglluli iiiteniiitloiuil football  or, ami UHlted blm liow lio Hired bebif,  a profoHslonnl footballer.  Tiniucncoly, bo replied,    ",  '  Ay, but well onoiigb to bring your  olilldii'ii up to It?   Hiild iho roportop  '���������Ko bci'(������pllc-il, not Tvr>H rnrn.ri, fo������  tbat. A   ���������   '  Jj'ut v.ii) ;��������� Uiitwii (iii! roiionoi'?  UiiCMUfio I boy az'O luK-ilv;", ��������� fald bc  wllh a loud laugh.  The report..r,collapsed.  **t*a**mm**a**i**** ������������  Nrittvr> rillvor bfiR lipon illarniwr-i  Iii good 'iimr.flflo.s ni. Klowart T^ilco,  111 uiilPrt north went of tbo (Jj-;\u:l  Tiuiilc rucillo lino nt Kurt (leorgo ������u*j  Id being diligently followed up,       -^  <n nmtie'.' I'.ow poor n woman Ir , iv>  can ulwiy^ Vo������������:t of having rich rcu  tlu':,,!.  A fnr.llflb jfr, xv.nl'on n IiTipbp.n! o'lt  of Iict lnrer; n wko ono ina)������������ o  lover out of hor liusband,  The Feeble, Wasted Nerves Wert Re-  '���������   ���������' 6torcd ahd .Revitalized" by   '   A  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Nervous prostration is a terrible dls:  caso tb all .who understand its feymo.-.  toras. At -'times'- tho. -.sufferer" i'oeis  comparatively woll, but with slight  exertiioii the dreadful helplessness re-  turns.-and all strength ', and"*. viiality  eeems t.o leavo the"?system." . -.'.,"  .*. This- letter. from'- airs,,r,r,irti"n very  woll describes tho terriblo? condition  in which.many a -sufieror'finds* her-  Eelf.'a She also tells how she regained health and" strength" by 'using Jjr.  .(^ia.selsLNer.vo.���������l������pod:_aft6rT.allL6Ui'oji  treatment bad-failed.- x"'���������"'*, " " ."  ..':Mrs. -UdwlnA Martin, Ayor's,.Cliff,  'Quo., writes:*--"Beforo I-began-using  Dr. Chase's Nervo Food *p wan la a  terriblo condition froiia - nervous '. ox-  hauc-tloji ��������� and- pro&tratioti.- , Diszy  spells would como'ovor ma 'ajid' I  would fall-to,'tlio floor. .-Tho weak-  ness was so" great that I could not so  much as swoop tiho floor .without fainting;' but tho uorvo food belpcd-me  after tho doctors failed. It bus "done  wonders in building my nervous system. 'I can do my own housework now  and washing, and foci that this-great  m'ed.lclno,l)a3 bocn a (lod-scnd to mo.'-  I think it is ..ho best of medicines."  Br.-. Chase's Norvo Food", HOc.-'a box.  6 for $2,DO, at all dealers ov Udma'u-  son, Bates"& Co.', Limited, Toronto.'  ,." A flro. insiirnr.no agent tolls this one.  ��������� Wo have somo fimuy'experiences in  our, business. Ono day a1 small mer-  chant of tlio, IHU Bcclion camo to mo  and iuRiired his stock of- ready-made  clothing for $3,600. Ilo was going  out with tho policy when I reminded  bim that bo had forgotten io pav tho  premium.   '  ' How much is*It? enquired Ilio'customer.      '. '  Ob, jnrt a iltllo matter of $2{."    .   ���������  W������ll, suld bo, Riipposo you just let  tbo premium utaud iuul deduct IL when  tlio titore biuwi down.  .The Woman- Thdu\ Gavect.   Me .for  ��������� / England and "America '-\  .} Hall ,Calho,is.'at prbs'cnt.-at'.work''oh  a stngo" version ^cu'������ ins":'latest book:  .Tho -Woman-'*���������ThSii 'G'avcst, Me;" and-  'thatf'.h'6':has"fili*bady'---entered liito an  f gr"eenic;it^ - with;'"- tho" '* well-known  American theatrical managers, Messrs.  Klaw'an'd Briangor," for its production  in New York in tho" autumn of next  year. .        y    ,  ... ..,-", ? -,.  ��������� Negotiations' aro' proceeding for an  elaborate.presentation"of,tho play in  London, simultaneously wit.h that "in  Nov.* York,1 but' theso negotiations' arc  not yet far enough 'advanced to justify', an - allusion ��������� to, tlio management  concerned in them.'  .���������       ���������   '    "���������  It 'will' bo remeuibere-rl that "Tho  Christian," dramatised by himself?  was first rroduccd in America, aud  ."Tbo JOternal Ciiy," Mn' which Sir'  Herbert Treo * appeared . as ���������> Baron  Bonoiri," bad a Now York production  or. thb same day that-it was presented  at.-His -Majesty's -Tilicati'e. ���������  '1      *     " ������������������������������������ iii-ii m  For Asthma and Catarrh.~It is one.  of the;chief-recommendations bf Dr-  Thomas' Electric Oil that, it .can bo  used internally, lyith as much success  as it; cau outwardly. Sufferers from  asthma' and- c'alarrlr'will'find"that tbe^  Oil'when used according to directions  will givo'immedia'te relief. Many sur-  forers from thoso ailment's" liavq I'ouud  relief hi the- Oil und have sent testi-  ���������inonials-. --, ;,-'-. ',*      .^   ..   .." -      (  CwdVift-eJ-nooh, .Tlinmy,' eaid the  uico young lady visiting his mother's  bou'sc "in'the'owcet causo of chanty.  Why* doii't 'you como-to our Sunday  school? A lot ot your little friends  havo joined and wo arc going to havo  a lovely .parts' at Christmas.  ��������� Jimmy shook -his. licad. Thon suddenly ho. exclaimed:..' . ,  Has a boy' called Snooks,' witli re.l  hair, joined yot? ���������' ', ��������� ��������� -  ��������� Y.es dear, said tbo nice, young lady,  and.be seems tcf like it. lie's such  a;good littlo boy? ' "��������� a '.' " '���������  . Huh, is'ho? muttered Jimmy. Well  if he's fchc-ro I'll come, too. I've been  looking -for him for threo mouths and  never knew whcno to find bim'beforo.  Minard's", Liniment''Cure's  DlphlherU  If You Value Your Eyesight  ^avdLamp  ��������� You will equip your ,  * reading table"with a *  Authoriliea agree that- a good kerosene oil lamp is tho best for  reading. .Tha Rayo is the^host oil lamp made���������tho result of years  of scientific study.., Jt "gives a steady, white light, clear���������^mellowo  Mad������ of.solid brass* nickel plated. Can be-lighted without r������������  moving chimney or shade! Easy to clean and rewick, ' ���������' <  ' l",       ���������   At. Dealers Everyuher*. _  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limit**  ,    WINNIPEG STiJOKH  ,:A   TORONTO MONTREAL HALIFAX   '  CZAR'S  SON  WAS SHOT  .Prlzo, #Lshfer...(enLorin_' school witli  is' soh')-~Yoti"give'tbis bby'.of' niinc  A small nosro boy. stood by t.ho  ���������uIOo of tho road near a rlvor, Ftandlni,'  on ono foot, holdhij. bis head on one  sido and potr.uHin; tho top of It with  IiIh band,  AVltafu tho maLtcr? inquired the  tvavcllcr'.' ���������   ,  Watnli In mab onr, jrrlnnoi. tho bov.  ��������� M'oll, woll, 1 dcebire, raid ihe trav-  cllliil,' man. To think I'd forsotton  l'vo done tho solisamo thiiiR many a  timo when l'vo, bi't-n in gwIiuuiIiu;  and ixnl. wntor in'iny earn, . '���������  ��������� I ain't beeu er BWinimln, suld the  boy,  HoivM you uot water in your ehv,  then? ���������    ���������  Ab brou oftUu1, watorinillions, was  lho i'oi������ly,  - ������������������ ��������������� ���������������������.���������...I. _  iUIko Uofran b;ul boon a luborpr, but  ho received a lo.fco .onney nftor wblcli  tho family put ou u tfrout dual of  ulylo and endeavored to foi'Rot Mllto'n  humblo bojtlimlu... l-'lnnlly bo died  itnd nl tbo I'uiicnil many beaullful flor  r������l tilbutos wc-ai-b l'ocolvoil from hh  fiorrov.-Iiij; fi'lcmlij. Li lookhu;. nt  them tbo wldou* ouililouly dilod her  tonni and (,'litted nnci'IIy at un anchor  of tluwcrs.''  Wliat'u tlin mattci'? nwlccil n. friend  who.wiui with ber. i  AVlnl    Ol    it-twit   fr,   Viiimi.     nil,-J   it-: I  bereaved.wlfo ln tciic.ii trnmblliw wltb'  iinncr, i.-i tiiu r.amo uv iu" mon um  billl tlu.t pick,  ,.  , . -       .   -.    , .ith  his son')-���������You give'this bby'-of'niinc  a thrashing,yesterday, didn't you?  : Schoolmaster.(very nervously)���������1--  , or-T-'porhaps���������' .'������������������ ... ���������.-,���������'  ���������.1rrizo-Figlitc"r~'\Yo.ll..Give us", your  hand,.you're, a-'.champiou;*. I can't' do'  nothUifi witli bitii'myself--  _ Help, for Asthma? Ne'sleet givir,  asthma.a great advantage' Thc troiiblo  biico it'has secured a foothold, fast-  eas.it's.grip.'on tho bronchial pussage.-.  tonac'lojosly. ' Dr.*<J.*- D.- Kelidgg's  ��������� Asthma.Remedy is' daily curing cases  of, asthma of .long standing.'.'Years  of suffering,-lio wevcr,.'might liavo  been prevented, had-the remedy, boon  ���������used whon tho .trouble" w'as'in its' flret  stages ..*-Po;not iieglcct ��������� asthma," but  use l-liia preparation-.'a?f once. '     -  '"?. A" lavrshit' -was recently in full  swing'and during tlio progress a wit-  tness . was' crcss-examlnod "as ��������� to Um  habits and.character or the defendant.  " Has Mi*.- M--a-reputation for being  ���������abnormally.lazy? asked .tbo counsel  ���������briskly? '..-..      -. ,     '  -Well,'.sir, It's tills way-- ..'.  Will you kitidly answer tho question  asked? '-.."-      ''       -   ���������    ������  ��������� .Well,. slr,'I?was going "to say it's  this v,;ay.'" I don't want' to do tho gentleman in question an injustice. And  I adon't go, so. far as ,to say, sir, that  ho's lazy, oxactly;' btit if it required  any voluntary.work on bis part to digest, hia food���������why, lie'd (lib from lack'  of nourishment.   .    .   ;,  ,, Such a "Romantic Girl ���������  ..Tad:--Tlio. college ginU hmongaged  to pteUcfl mo'up on .grammar beforo  ft.weok,luul passed'over our heads.-  Toni���������You got off' easy. . Tbo ono  I lcnow' 'c'orreetcd my Knallslr while I  v;as pwposljig to ber.  The'Jouo  Paralysed Him  . Cllbbs���������What did-you do when, lho  footpad ilomundcd youv watch.  Dlb'bfl���������Told him I imd no nmo to  sparo and hurried on.   ' ���������  His Undoing  T woiulor, said thin youthful rfudrnt,  l'nil'    t'lr.    l,"/ii1*r������,il     ,'r.n        r..,������,,..        <   ..        ,  broke?    k'    " ' A'    :'   "  I Eiisjiei't, replied Farmer Cornier:'-,  cl, It wan bc.-ttiiBo lio ppent Oiln thn^  lit town banptliKf nround talklnt; nbout  bow I uplift (In farmor.  ������MH|feMNM������nM������MMH  Mnny a uun hau had t\ cIobp hbuxo  who iivMiY piiiionl/.id ii barber.  When a mnn l)c_,!:i.. to abuse I.:.;  homo toivnilt'a timo toy lilia to jiK'Vc  out.  , Bomo peoplo fall to win becauso  others do not lose.  A DOCTOR'S SLEEP  Found Ho Had to Leave Off Tea and  Coffee.  Mnny persons do net realize lhat a  bud titomaeb will causo Insomnia.  Ton and coffeo ilrlnkiiiK being nuch  an'ancient ami rciipcctablo form of  habit, fow iX'UlUo.tbut lho drutfT-out-  foino-'-contaiued In tea and ooli'ce, lit  ono of ,tbo prluolp'il causes of dyr-  popiila and nervous I roubles.  Without their lmtuil portion of tea  ov eofi'ep, Uio t-nffolno toporii.'iirc nor-  voua, Iri'ltablo and irolfnl. That'll the  wny with rt whiskey drinker, Ho lias  not to havo lils drnm "to settle his  nervoB!'���������Uulilt; -  ' ���������     ���������  To leavo of. tea or coffoj> la an onsy  matter It you want to (ry it, boeatiHo  Vottnm glvon a /,'cntlo but natural mp.  port to tho nervoa uud dons not contain any drug-r.olbbif. but food.  l'byHloIniiii know thlu to bo true, ns  ono from tbo 8outli writes:  "I Imvo eurwl myuelf uf n lone-btand-  ins cut������ of Norvoim DyuprpHla by liav-  In.: off colfeo and using Pcstum," unya  tbo doctor.  "I nlfio oiijoy vcfreiibln/r sleep, In  wliloh l'vo been nu uttrr -stranger for  20 yonrfl.  "fn treating dyapcpnlii In Its vnrlonn  V,"-0| *  lit."  in.in> UOvtiJIO   ttilt'ii  t can  li'.iuo. vmtlf-ntfl \o (jn'; ecTfi.- ;h.il  ndopt T'or.tuni."  Tbo dootnr In rlcbt nnd "tlicro'H- a  reason." Head tbo liuli; book, "Tiio  Kond to Wcllvllln," Iu Migfi...  VoEtuin now comes������ln eon'r-cnlratcd  It lu iiropartd by Btlr.lng a level toa.  cpoonful In <t l!ii|> ot hot water, adding  nugnr 1o laato, and enough ennui lo  bring tlm color to fcoldcii brown.  Inataiit ToBlum (a . convenient:  iJioro'H no waste; nml tbo llnvor Is  always uniform, Hold by prfl'ccrs���������  So<Mip tin Hi) oi"., luu-i-iij) tin 5t> cl������,  A fi-cup trial Un ninllod for Kro-  nor't litiiito Ulid 2-i:i'iit hlnmii for post-  age, Canadian Poetum Cfrc.il Co.,  Ltd., Wludror, Ont.  New  Light Thrown .Upon  tlie. Mysterious Illness of the Littlo  Czarvltch  Tbo" Czar's oight year old * heir,  his only son, is recovering from his  illness, but '-tho mystery maintained  by tho Itussian court and police daily  deepens.    .        ' *  The report of an attempt on his life  in tlio imperial yacht Standart isn'ow  given in,Paris v;ith circumstantial detail. Tho explanation of the admiral's suicide, followed by the attempted suicide of a girl with whom ho bad  -relations, is said to bo that Uio girl,  a revolutionary, used her iufluenco  with tho" admiral to eccuro tho pro-  senco^f a'nihilist in tbo crow. The  other. conflicting accounts of tbo illness or accident of the czar's son ascribe it to a fall from a pony, or a  bicycle, or a spar in tlio yacht, an  accident ,in. his bath, a hemorrhage,  kidney' diseased or": peritonitis, - ln-  flamatibn ' of ��������� tbo meinbrauo" lining  of tho intestines. ' .\  \Tlio story accepted hero as true is  Uiat the princo' was- shot 'with a  'Drowning, pistol, arid ho owed his  lifo?tq tho fact that when" ho saw an.  individual approaching ivitli a' pistol  "pointed at,.him bo attempted to escape. .But his assailant was too quick  and as tho startlciV-boy turned to one  sjde'hb fired :.nd tho' bullct'InfllcteQ  a dbcp.-wound in' tho .lower part cf  thb abdomen.-   .���������/. ��������� . ' "  - In-the conf usiGn^tho person ^"lio had  fired slid down a ropo,over tbo side  of tho Standart and escaped: either  in, "a boat .or by .'swimming ashore.  Ilo-lias, succeeded, in getting, out of  --KussiaTr���������It~Waa'*tlirough^his-*AcOTP'  fossion * that' Uio attempt becamo  known outsido'court .circles.  , Admiral Cbagin'was not on"board  Uio yacht when the _>rinco" was  wounded. * Tiie rolo played by the  girl student, Ilelon-SoqoloiT, who.tried  to commit suicido after the admiral's  suicide and to,whom ho left a'sum  of money In his will, is moro serious  than has been hinted at. and "'In view  of lior responsibility in tho matter it  is perhaps not surprising that sho attempted her lifo,'-  It is necessary to recall that ln  1882, the year .following tbo assassin-  atlon of tho Cznr Alexander II. by, a  bomb, _ a military '-revolutionary parly  .was .formed in St. Petersburg, with  branches at Cronstartt. NIcolaloff, and  Sebastopol, ��������� It bad as its chief> Colonel Aeclionbronncr, .with, whom wero  ntaoolatod lieutenants liaron Strom-  berg and Sucbanoff. Tho famous nihilist, Mario Vera l-'ignor, waa also a  member. Suclianoff, after being  triod-for. complicity in n nihilist plot,  was shot, and Mario' signer and Colonel Ascbenbronner woro condemned  to death, but tholr sontoncea woro  'eonnmitod to twenty years* .detention  In a fortress.  Tbo military organisation to which  (.bono revolutionaries bolon&od was  disbanded, but it iii believed tbat It  was .recently re-formed. Ilclon %<  koloff, wllh whom Admiral OhagTiv  was In lovo, is reported to hnvo' bocn  ono cf Its ombisnrlcs. Thanks to her  Infliioncq with blm, tbo unsuspecting  oftlccr was mado uso of to fuollltato  tho nccoBH of rovolulionnrlofl to lho  imperial yacht, and tbo attempt on  Uio c'Btir'H sou was rendered possiblo.  A Frenchman with n namo spoiled  a la Pnrls nnd pronounced Romoihlnt.  liko Ciiohoo bad novor Jcnrncd to road  or v.'i'lto, but, bo mnnQged lo..dlHRii!_c  (bo fact pretty woll until ho moved to  a now community, where tbo mime  was not comnun. doing lo the post-  ofllco ono ruoniliitf, ho enquired:  (.lot nny mail for Joo Cn-ehoo,  llow do you spell It?  Can't you spell ,Too Ca-ehoo?  No, nald tbo clerk. I nover liearil  It bororo. - ���������  Then Uio disgust nf lho Vronclinifin,  boiled over, nud ho Hiiorted:  Well, if yon cim't Bpcil, why don't  you cell your eld pciitolllco to tonu-  ono who can?  In ncrordiinco with Uio Uo cutting  piIvll.-gi'M KMUli-d to Uio liiniid Trunk  Pueblo Iliilhvay by IU. Domliilon clinrt-  er, Uio company haa notified Mr, H.  II, MniOilllnn, Chief Foienler of Ibil-  1h.1i Columbia, that approxlmatoly  C0U.000 Uuu will bo cut in Uio vicinity of Toio .fnuno Caobo. , Under Uh  UKKvlltl-lil- I|i(.' ���������v'.i'.r, 11 CIHIlHll lit  Ui\:o r.V. (A \liotK' fro: i 15 vr vni! Ini  nn tirriingmif*nt bas been mndo wlirrc.  by 150.00U wlll bo taken from wood  lirc-l'llk-d hint yoar. Thin It an ua-  piilliloiit to tent tlio I'thUiVi. duiabil-  Ity| of live and rijT-l;Hli*d wood.   Tbo  all thr. buph fur n dlotauee of iM feet  ou cither tido of the rIr,lU-of-v,-iij-, As  un Indication of tbo dovchqwueul  which In to tnko placo in tho Upper  I-'im-r Valley ouo flna has made ar������  raiigonictitH to put In two sawmill.,  which will ench have a caunrlly cr  ITu.ouO fict per dny.  --���������  i ��������� -  ��������� v  A cat may look at a Jiing but n man  with hay fever would sneczo at toy*  ihlflE.       '���������  EXTRA ��������� Bl G''\i  FOR LARGE MEN  STRONG.R00MY,  ^COMFORTABLE.  THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A ftw *o������r������ toutb of C.P.R. 0������p������t  .   RltH $'..10 to $2.00 *W it*  ,    ' Cuislna unexctllai,  ... -  H������t uim c*lti water In ������v������ry rt*r*  Httel   practically   FirtprtH  At) Outtldi* Room*   !...'���������"  Ask your Clothier to show you  i'i  No others as good - ���������- v"  -m*~  .    Evcrybocb' likes the  WALKER HOUSE  "Tlie House of Plenty"   .  TORONTO'S FAMOUS  HOTEL  ��������� tf ' \   v  American ancl Kuropean Plans  Geo. V/rlglit A Mack Carroll  Proprietors  ���������J* _    _        Send Po&t Curd lo-  MvVS   day for, bow lo mnko  and  "Easy Popket  Money"  Now'stlieTiisic. AiMi'ecs  r>,0.11o.tl2������O.Mnntrf(\l  Girls  Mm MAPLE  BUTTER  All grocer* 25e. Ib. Tin  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Boflnoem and Hollermaktrn  ������������lliri   of   all     klndri-KiKinti,  rumpi, und Heavy Pl������v> We.k  Writ* un ftr Prfe������i  14 8|rachan Avu., Torontn, Canada  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND OKIIO.  Mnt.\ViHRrrfiw'f KnoTitiMO tivniT Iihd t������������e������  uinl fur over hlX'l'V vit.UiHby MH.l.luNHol  MU'l'HJiHH l<r Ihrir CIlll.DtlliN WHJl.tt  '/KKTHUriJ. wlili I'UXI't'.CT urCCMnH, ll  MHJ'IUHS tlie CIUI.IV tt)l'"I'lvNrt the liUMH.  AU..\YK������lll'AIN;-Cntltri WIND COMO. rni'J  |��������� M.������t,...i r-������.i������.''>. (nr HUVIMtM'A      ?������ I������ tih.  lotutely liiiiult.H,   nr mte n/d mk (or -Ml*.  V.'lii ,'ii-.<('I I'nra'l Ut'7 Y-:"\-',,." 6irt \tYr. ������0 rMtUt  kind. Xwcoiy-lu'e'ccnu* bolilt.  6uffr*i������]0llc Scored  MIrh Ino/. MW-.Mhiid, tbo bouuKfii'J  1t*\i1       ** ?���������<     ^^^^^������^'^      .��������� it ff \'>\ t* n * t t >        ff rt* .  it*t*  tlw ihabi flirt.  At ti Umclu-on lu N'owpori a jiuilo  flirt fiiv w.d nt woioiin Biinrijj.0.  Womnn doopn't w.'uit a vote���������uha  war.tn n liii.;bi.iHl, bo ikIiI.  Nimncimo, pnld MIkh Mllliollnud.  It'n n fun, fho flirt oonMnnM, flm  wjiy tbo aviviiRo wtuian wnrnblpn man  I.i ftnmlhp:., Why t wyrc-lf liavo turned about ntiy vvomt-n's bfiitl".    *  Awiy.from you? said M!#b Mllbof*  bind.  ���������a'  o     '    -,  .1     '(.i  ,('l  ff f0yy  Yt7 '-.  !),'!>  ���������:#s*;  ;>.-y  Y'r7Y'-,  ,JrJmmJ6&1iMi0tmA*UI.*,, .,*'������,.  !���������   :  ��������� ic-  ^s^SK^ei^g^E^  Til3 GTOBifelid 1I8IS-  --���������.,'d Every' Tuesday  by  the  .-^oraoiji, &   Ganat?epland  ^ablishiD.g'A Qo-mpany.  Tni������ pappr wil) nut hold  jtsolf  ���������������si>oiidiblt) for tiio opinions of oth-  ,,io, ao iiiay appear in its columns  ,-:������������������������������������'.i fiine to timo.  NOTICK is hereby giyci.   tbat application ivill be'made to lhe Supe. intend.  ent of Provincial-Pplice fpr-ii renew al of  the hotel license', o sell liquois by retail  in and upon the premises known as ibe  NewsJotsi Hcrioi,VKuated.on   Lot 47,  Subdivision of Lois, Northeast  qi'iaitc.  of Lut 216i Heriot   B.iy,   Sayward  Dis-  tr'ct, B.C.     '      ��������� '������������������ .     "���������-���������������������������'  JOSEPH DJ CK. Appliet.ht.  Dated Deer 28th, I912. .  7 KONESD A V,   FEB. S, -1912  Sayward l.>nd District.  !.>i<l������i<-t of t'omos.  . \ \ 7 AG i I'7V. tin! Mary Timlin oi  '���������-.!. ii. C. eccii)\uion iiinrrieti   woman  ���������* -Al-   f> a;vj.ly for pei-aiiaiion to pi:r-  -,';  :iie. 'I'MUi-Air.;,' ckvci-ibed  lands: ���������  :', t.a-A-m-n,; .11 ;t p'i*: planu-d at- Ibe  -   !.', 'vtii coi'v-.i- of 'J'. L.-^Co. 44335.  a.-.ao t.tirili  ilii chains, tbehec west 40  .-'..- ��������� -. thence   south 50 cb.ii>.-5 more  or  .,- .., shore line, thenco .i>fj>!V< die shore  ,    ��������� )o f'*.:iii*.s mure  or ,lesi  to plac. of  . ,.;'-.njin^ Ci.>nt;i'.:iir.ij   7,00 lipes'more or  K's'*-    -������  GEORGE VERDIER     ,  ��������� Agent for NUry Thulin  'ine Auy DM 1'i^h, iQirr.  Saywfiid,Land District.  .   District of Comox.  ���������i'AKE NOTICE ihat Charles Thulin,  .)) Lunci, 13 C, occnpMion  oierchar.t,jm-  ;.'ul_ tc apply lor   permUsi onlo   pur-  li i5c"tiie\he following cescribed land:���������  ���������^Vninencing at a post planted in Browns  i.'.y :_*. the north-east' corner of T. 1.  13146*,   thence  west $>o  chiiins, tl;ence  .-,vi!i 2-1 chiir.s.  thence "east   So chains,  1 1   .        '    - -      ���������     -       ...  ti) the shore line? thence sooth 20 chains  more or lei-s along shore line to place of  Leginainij containing 160 acres more or  Jess  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent fov Churles Timlin  'pate August 14;!),-1915.  'Tiv, vard Land Distri-.*..-  IVis'trict of Cc^mox.  TAKT; NOTICE'tbat-Qeorg-e Vercli.-  ������!-, . f La-iii, li.C-.j-occupition-  iri'eifJ*' to apply for permission   10  p'jr-  r. f.i-*-.: ih������- folb.vinjj described   hwuls:--  pj.-.-iiru-ttr."^ at.,a   post  planted at   the  - so ub ivost corner ol Led _7,_!ieDce iiorih  51 eh iins to the shore bee, thence-follow  ���������^_uie������ib_ti,Un4an2Uj*^jhe_point to the  place bl beginning. --~^-  "'���������     ���������"' '     GEORGE VERDIER'    ��������� I  ��������� 1 ..  5  Applicant j  fine August 14th. W ��������� F. R  3^.^^  VJ,!"1, . V   .. ���������  ��������� ��������� 11 ������������������ ��������� um ������������������ 1WIW ���������!��������� > 1 1 rrr 1  X.QTJCEU hereby,(pv.on tint aypb-  ;a'.jen will b������ roade "),o tl}9 ��������� Suporinter.cl- '  ntcf Provincial FoUce,   Viovorin for a  li'-r uso Ui sell liquor  by' \rh;lop.do upon  lho piou'Uespitint-d oh Lot fi, Blook 15,-  Cun b-oilanil Townaite, Cvsmbcrland, B. C  Cl AM M USSA'L'TO,   Applet.  .Dated thiol's h <luy e>i Dec. )9i;2.  agsxiBcxxx^KViOJtraamrrsnB.tm  IF YOU WANT  SHE, "US  Comox SnwmiH Go., Limited,  Comox,   15, C. ���������' '  SALK OF.WOKK.  IM HHIIW mn Ml   IUM MM Wull IIWHWI IIIMI������WIMIM1WI*������III  IAR013R COMMISSION  SITTINGS of tbe rr^rinfiial Liborr  CJomsnisaion v/.H ba hiild as {ollov :���������  Niiuaipo���������.Monday, Ftbrmiry lith, tit  8 p. rn��������� O&ttrt-hoaee;. '"'  putoboilami���������\Ycda).esday, !Feb uiry 19 h,  at 8 (.'.-tn,  Alborni���������Monday. Felxu-ny 2i h, tt  S p.m. -  Lndyst'iith��������� TaeaJuy, Ifobrnary 25b,  at 3 30 p. ru.  Siero too���������Moodiy, Maicb 3rd, at 2.o0  p. as. ' - " ���������.  Chilliv/isck���������Tupt'ioj- ilsrcli Ith, at  2.30 p.m.  Naw Wi-8tiniQ8ker���������'Piursday, March" 6,  ut 1] a. a,, City Hall.  Vancouver���������Friday, March- 7tli_ at 30  a. ni,, .CoGtt-hoiH-e. . .  Tlio Coa.niiBsiiin la oinpowervc. to ic-  ijiiie iato all malts.������ nffeutina tbe condition-ot Ubour in Britisb Colnmbja.     ^11  ;)ei--;or.'3,ir_L_irs.atlo_d__are_..iuyitcd to attend \  ���������r  a-*.d _ivc evidence.  iL G. PATtSOSS  Cba-'*cn_an  Sayward Land District.  0District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Fied .Thulin,  pf Lund, HC, occupation -merehanr, in-  ^eivt*. k> apply for j.*rmissina to nur-  fh-r.e. il^e I'ollutwinj,' described iancl:���������  L'������> -.Ki^ncinj} at a, p-pst "plarjied at the  s.) 1 h-itst cornar cf Tiiubcr Loise No,  3.i-jj, thence west 80 chains, thenru  soulh Si chi'.ns, thence easl So chains to  *,he di u<i line, ihence fi>llowinjj shore  fi.-.u nor:h 80 chains, in are or less to the  a}?.c-i of bij-jiiiKiim containing 640 acres  nie))'.: or less.  CiEORGE VERDIER  Ayent for Fred Thulin  ��������� j>\-iu! August r4.h-, ?Qi.              __  "LIQUOR L1CE^S1;;.:ACT,';'  (Section 4(i)  -   ' NOTICE is hereby Riven, lita 1 or* ibe  ;,uhd.iy ol October  next,   application  ,. ^.11 la i.nda to the   Saperintondcot  of  1'revinci.il Policefir tb 1 UMiiifer of tha f  jicenw for. i^c sola  of  liquor by reiaii  in and-u|Wi. il*eprci\vsi!.. known-is ilie  Wi.'o'.v. hotel, tmivue a Campbdl Ulv-  jr, V-tidtb Columbi.'i, Ann* Clvirlea Thu-  \. >,iil  Emerson Mlann.in   to   tharU-&  'hiulin, ol Cimjjbell Wwr, Uritrh'.Col-  ���������.liibi.i.  ijitted this 141I1 cbiy uiASspc, Hju  THULIN & HAN NAN  I lobler^fcf I.icciiio  CHARLES IUU UN  ApphciDt f.ir 'I'ranAer  gnywarcl I-iuic\  District  "Oistriut of Snyw������-.rcl  ���������TAKK notice thnt Willium  JuiK-������(fU������son, of Viiueoi.vi.r, o������-  5p-i;)iiioii, puiM*r, intends b> np-  ply lov puniiisv.ioir to j jmi^hasc  \\'a followiuK (leaeribdJ hind**:���������  Commencing id jip(ut])lwnetl 30  phiins oust of the north cast cor-  ju-r ofTimber f������icenso 323?,, tlieii������  nn m������,i or, r1iniu������, thence south  20 ch'iif- *\\������W7 w<*fit 20 chaiiii,  Ijwwce north ao chniii" to point  pf eotnmenctiiticnl, <*c;'.taintiii;  40 nnr������!������ n������>r������ ov hw, nnd is bo-  |wa*n W'mu. s.i'^ 1>..1...---"���������-"  William Jam"s (linso**  S. Mautice UiM'ter, A������iMit.  pyte August a ist,, iyta.  aMaB^UMf J������ ������tmmf**mmm ������*������ ������mwikji ��������� iwn���������'wn  ' J'-OllSAUv-''.'-i*-!- "'Jy !!     .  K|>ort3 Jlio������������I������! i1'^1-     i������riw *!���������������'>{   ,1:  i\i\di'(M lctUT", dm\vi't U,  NT      'j'1"  a'nio, i'������. C, I '  Try {'!���������������: **'/! Sti������r.������. if ymi *.n.t iA*.ni; L  ii������.<(   C������i?u������_ctTrsj nr-v i'jumI^ :irrivin^������   li/ 1 |(>r ( t  |tr������rv  ������K>������t.  deliver/   .������'id   ������aii������f.i' t.'nu j sloa;<  Siciotary  jaSO I  IN THS SUPREME COURT OF BKIT I  ISH COLUMBIA,. KANAiMO.  - KEOISTRY.  - I- Hie };ordy of V/allace A. StricKI n-1, ;  tiho l.tiown r.-i Williktm "W. A. Sirielt'.iii.cl  i5oo"-90t*i, lateKinie.  'I'AKE I^OTJC������ tUl b7onWo.' Hh-.  ibi^-oi-, Jud-Ra Bar������orr, mtde Ju-.tho'^b Vi  i;������url on the T^.h Aijf of Kovciwbsr 19L!  tho nri'U:r.-i;������tic('} was appointed Adwtii.iv  tt-fifrtr of th? ci into of I ftp albpyo-nnmod  dfC-iiBa)il, who died n' ?���������' r^land iu th-  Stilts of Orcpo'i, one ul \l e U'.iled yt^jes  of Ameriia, on p^r ub 'Vit -r-i'/iV-th tluy of  Mny, 1012, lr.tCfctftto.  Al) nevoni-i* Rnf������ iliiipi* ngniiiKt tbo  onidiiit.t.t iitnl uJliftooovjote (iwrttie naid  coi'ito munt lm p--o������ented and I'ttid rcspoot1.  ivoly on w. beloso.tho lut dny oi March,  1013.  W.W. VJLIiAlt'J)       ,  OHloml AtlmioiwiUni',1  (Jumhcrlfiud, K C.  vt**ki\\m* *a*iM.tt+L\**m3 ir-ti)wwi.w-T  IN' THE COUNT \r  COURT D**  KAN-  ALMO IIOJj'JEN AT LU.M.UKRIvAN.l').  ��������� I  i.i I'iobftt";��������� ��������� i  ln'ilm (ftiitter of U.u I net Will niicl Trn- I  Miu 11 it   df  Olmrlos   Dtvctipift  y-iyuer, [  'IdiO'iao I. i  TAKK N'OTlOE t'-nt by orlor of IU*\  llonti'i Jndac lbirkpr, iniwlo in \ht Arv������. {  ('oi)it. on ilio -l li day ot Dtcotn'-er, I ill1:. 1  Mm mnlertijv'ii'd wan griuttci'ilett ra A ->ft  miiiliiniti n v.i h Will nnin-xocl of tho cs  titaof tlm uhnvti'im 1110.I Cli'������rlt:i O H y-  mr, ducciiBcd, who diol tV Hoe]. J���������;iy, H. |  V,, on or nbont Mny 7th, I0V.L  j\II AccoiuitR.nxfilnHt tin- unld Kurnj  a-iil nil LCiXiiii.tti duo ill* vi\A L 1 i'i1 mnin ���������  bo prftn-atiid mul ynW r.^ii'i'^'voiy ru m-  jiol'iro iho yirtt dfiy ol Miiroh, 111.3. \  V, W. WlWiAlllJ j  Ofliciirl Adii'l.iliiirnlor  (bllV.l.orlAUil, ll. C. j.111 'J!> war J  TO D.MRVMKN.  Vox Salt* ui :t 5no ri lice--Two  "Magnet" Cn������am Ju-fKt.iiiur.^t'.'.i;  ',,_..���������. ..,j;::7' : .'*" -h/> i'i-iv|-t������i  .it/,(.". 1 .: 3, ci'ipaeity 350 la ,|txi  ami 650 to 700 lbs per hour.  There being i/x-olutely no call  for sep-natoi.' ijj .un] romul Vic  I,   UlKil  ii   ir. ii'.vui" up luv  ���������>������w ���������  C������-������U'iil TaviWinv!.  ���������y'  ajJc������MaM*JriaamwJavM-''nvrij'iy-  ���������>   '   .LAND'ACr xYY'yy\y :. -A  .yancouyer Land District- :.- -, ,; y  y .-���������   District'of Suywanl.      '"   -" '"'���������'  ��������� TAKE, NOTICE, ihat   MichiU'-l    7,^  foung, of Brooklyn. New York, oh- ,   -,_  cupaiion Janitor, intends io apply ��������� -1 ���������'- '  Jor permi4ion to .purciiap.eLthe ioi-yyy'y  lowiiig ileaeribed land^-^Conunfiri ,?     A  eing at a post planted 50 ch.iihs ��������� ?...'I  north of the' ^norlh-weet".corner. .01 " - y  lot 5S'2,Athen'.o 'east -40  chain'p,    A-  thenco   south   50 .chain", -thei-ce :. ..A-  .west'10 chaini?,' ihence   north   50^.'..'>���������  chains.to point1 of ci������mraencomen������j:' .   '������������������  containing 200 aero?.iriore.or le.-ts,'   ���������    -,:  A'    J ���������, MICHAEL YOUNG,'     ...r?   ,  ������������������ ��������� ��������� :"''    Y' -;' ��������� .- Applicant, ' '. ,it  Thomad Mn lior, Agent ..,   ������  Date October 30ih, 1912  ?  '    ,-   LAND ACT , -.   '   s    -  Vancouver Land District  District of Saywnrd -  TAKE, NOTICE- that  Williana .  Polor Adam.i  of New York, Ne\y.  York, occupation.   B-ilei-miin,   intends io apply for parnii-sion to  purchase the following  de&cr;lied-,  lundf:���������Comtfiencing    at   a   po^t  planted at the nonh-VesAcoriter of  lhe' eouth     h:������U    ni     lot'. fc>90,  hio.ce   souih':, 80  cliains, .ihence  west 40 chain?, moro ork'ss io  the  oast 1j4(i of lot 5Si% thei.co"��������� north'  .SO chains,   thence east 40,chaiii?,A  mor.e i>r Icfs to point of.ciiiuiutnt-*-'  mant, containing o20 uoies in-re oy  loss.-' ���������       -.-,.-���������       , ��������� -   ���������      ��������� ���������'  V-t WILLIAM . PET Ell'" A D A M ������,  7 ���������' y   . Auplicntit..  ��������� .Thoraas Malicr. Agont  Dato, October 29th, 19*12   '''     ;'    -  \.  'il  Little cubes of metal  little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  "Make the millions think,  There is nobetter way ofma-  kiag the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NBWS;n  (tNuff Said.M  WOP      M, %m*< <*} V JUL  Brewers' Dried Grains  Rctlcr, Cheaper Than. Most D.-iiry Feuds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  .,������  CANCELLATION OIA'KKSKKVE  -r     Ik  NOTICE is hereby'{-iycn lhat ��������� lhe  reserve i-xisling by rcnsoiuof the rot ice  publisiie.il in .the Bmish Cohimbiii Gut'  ������tie'������f Diftembcr -27th," 1907, is cancelled in.so /.tr as the same -relates-, la.the-  follow ing^descnbertt"lands,'. ?q as lo jkiv'  'mit of the sale bf "the . t i nTBcr*sTtrftJ trtg*.  thereon:���������       -'      . '     ->.���������,-���������-,���������,??  Commencing at ihe'-riorth-easi'.corr.er.  "of Lot No, 2S49, .Recloiuhi Isl.inil, New'  'Westnnnstei- District, ; ihence east "ij  .ch..ins ; ihence north 4 chains ;' ihence  e;m ,19 chains ; ' ihence A>onth '25  chains; thence >vest 32 chains'; more or  less to tlic"*ea-)t boundary of Lot No,  2849;- thence nonherly along .ihe i-ast  boundaty of said lot to- ihe point, of  commencement ; eoi.t:iiiitni{.l>y admeasurement 7 5 acres, 111.01c or less! '  ���������ROBERT A. REN WICK;  .   '-       .     Dfpiiiy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands?'  Victoria, li. C, Dctember mh, ,1912 ���������  ���������. dec _4.to inar''26  ' NOTICE. ' ���������'     .  TAKK NOTICE ihu an Application  will be iiinde 10 ihe Lieiitcnaiil-Cipvr.i-iij  or in Council ai ihe l'arliameiu liuiUU  injis, Victorii, Ui-iiisli Columbia, on  Thursday, iht* 30U1 tiny of January, igij,  at the liour ofelevcn o'clock in thc fn're^  noon, for the approval cf the nuclei ink-  inij of the Campbell River Power Com-  pany Limned, thai the conditions of'me,*  occupation, felling of timber and other  conditions provided for in Sections 221,  222 and 223 of ilie Water Act be settled  pursuant to sudi scninns, and that' lhe  lini'e for subniiiiiiin dctaik'tl plans td the  Company's \\pil<s he extended until alter  the Hood period of 1913 :  AND FURTHER TAKK NOTICK  lhat a copy oi the Application is? on lilo  in lhe office nf the Water Record,  cr for Victoria Water District, and in  the office of ihe Comptroller of Water  Rifilits at Victoria.  DATED m Victoria, -JJ. C, this-24tl������  day of Detember, 1912 :'  ROIU5RTSON & IlKISTKRMAN  Hoticitoi'H tor die Campbell River  Powcc Company Limited.  Distributor.***  Ni\i\'A]MO, U. C.  '���������*���������' "'Tj������t������rw8aifi?a,r. Bmr������a������^aorz������j������c*aM^  .( A  MAIL SKI'lVICE.  Mails for DUjxUcU:���������Vimcott-  ycr, Victoria, Nuualmo, etc;.,  Tucr/.^y,   7 ir  p. mt 'Pliursrlny-  aiul Salui't������'i)', C a.   m: '  Comox nnd District:���������Tuo  day, j3 rj. p. m,;. Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30 \\ m.  S b. Cowiciian, Sunday u_ a  p. 111. and Tuesday nt 6 a. m,  Mails Arriving;���������^Vancouver,  ViclQiia, Nanaimo, etc., Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday aud  I'Viday ui^lit.*!.  (Vmtox r>ist rid j���������Wi'dne.'id.r-,  Thursday aud Saturday.  S. 3, Cowichan, Sunday unn:v  iii(.{ and Tuesday about ���������my.}, A'-vs-.
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NOTIGKi.   hcr*by giveu-thst ?afc Jtho
-.iiAitmeitingof tbe. Board of Licen&Coin
mitisipnere,o�� the "City of Cumberland, -I
.,iK\teud-to apply f��r ajreuewal ctthe liotel Hcnse lield:by .ipe for tho Vendome-
Hotol, eitaitoioa'lok.5, block 3,<Ciiml��er-
- ?!and jTd#u'8it&. y -. A-'j'.,-.?'    .-"������ '���"'',.
yj. 777-. ?:;;-;. ^;e-.3:.rDbertson
Dated November jS.th; IB 1.2a. ' ���[
���* NOTICB 'lis hereby givea'that-at v the.
,ue,xfc'i��eotiiig^ofittie Board $t Lioense.Coui'
.inissioners of tUi City' nfCuoil5erlitrd,'I
-litead io opp'y for *a-venowal of ibe.h'oti-
,el license' held by hie for the Cumberland-
HoU.1, Htunt'.d ouloi 1, block <i,:Cum- er-
''. land TownBi'.e. ;-.- .1.    ,'"-.-- ;\  ? -.
\yi7 . ( 'A VyiLLIAMMERRlFIKLD.y
,iPatedt-ia6tbdayof-Nov-j'nH'i . "'   V
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NOTICE ia hereby Igiven Atptt' at the
^- \_it-xt tneftiiig of ilie Board of License Coin.
miibijuord for iho City of Cu uberlind.   I
' intend to apply.for a iq-.iomu! of tho wholesale li<_!V>r tioatiBi held'hym *, .situated oil
lot G, block 15.- Cumberland Townsito,   .
���- ' ciali? MusSAirii
iP4cd this C h day cf No\\, 1912. *, '.\
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���    NOL'lOE, ia hereby given Mint at���the
i cxt i��.tnjting qf the Uoai\\ of Licot Sd'Oiiu
raiHMioiior�� of the City, of t utubcrlnnd,,. I
i-itoad to a. ply for ii rcne*-i;l of the hotel Huenao.liold b.'.ina for. tho'W'avjrly
" Ho ol, .ituatod ilii IA 2, ,bloc'i'3; Cumber
'.  laqd TowiiBtte, '   -  ",    ���---���'.        .       ,-
"',   '���     -    ..; /FRANK DALLOS ���'
Dafe'd thi��.Ctli'd iy < f .Nov., .1912. ?
NOTICE ish'.Vuliy'gVen ihit at tha mx,
��� ��� uite irig.of iho B��ii d cf ,Lic use Coti'im}������
���' ' si.no s of'tho- Ci y.of Cumberlnud, Ivin
tend tn apjply for a r- r.on irl.qf .Jio, wlmlc-
ejilo liquoi Ji -ciwd held by. oi..,  situ'ntedj
���\ on lot 12, block 7, Guinb-.-irlund Jow-site
-.-     ���   ���  , I'RaNK'SCA.VAUDO. "
Dated.thiB 6ti\ iKy of Nov., 1912 .
*tmm*^**r��t*mt*m^^mKi*a**M**t**m**iiea* ,*wai^^t ip _ iimi*aj***i/*j**.
"   ^ LAND. REGISTRY. ACT.  .'
.,- Notice is hereby given , tli.it" at; the
n^Kt iiieeting cif the'Board .of License
Commissioners.! intend to "apply for.a
I -   A      ���     ���   -     " 	
'"��� NOTICK-is Jierebv, given-, that
oir tlio first day'' oE December
next' application will be made to
the Superintendent of Provincial
renewal of mchotcllwnsc held by me  L>0liee, V,icloria,  ..D.C.  for  a
for the .New Lngland Holel, situated,,on '
block-3,.]ot j, Cuniberlimd Townsite.    A,
A -' ��� v-   . - .' ii v-*JOSEI��H WA1.KER
Datqd Nov, 7lhHj'9t2:   "��� ",*- . *"*   -7 [ \-
re:
newfil 'of tlie4i te' license to ?eil-
liquors by? retail,, in' tlie hotel
known', as the' Maltispiiia' Hotel',
situated,at Liind/'B.'C. ..! , .'
"' _������ - . *;RED THULIft ^
Dated OctoKn- ICuii, 19I2-' -  .
Socji's Cottoa Root;CQ_Qpotiad
<1- Tuo great Utoilr.o Tonic, uac
only   aifo  eifocUial Monthly'
Regulator on which women cac
depend.. Sold in threo degrees'.
ot strongUi���No. 1, i\l;^i<o- S,
10 degreua stronger, ��3; Ho. S
to*, spocinl cascii, 85 per box
Sold uy all drumnstVor so^(
NOTICE is hereby given ihat-30 days    / ' <�����   JSS^uS^Lf^Sl-
liter date application   will be .made  to  ttCW'M��B��llHeC8..Toi��i!SIO.ONT. (formerly Wirt*;u
the Superintendent of Provincial- Police, I "^ 0 ^^'     "n^^TTTr^r^ ���
Victoria;]!. C.i for a'renewal of the ho-     5}?OUU      KlWAKU
t'eljicensetosell liquors by retail in the
hold known as the Port. Au'jfusla Hotel,
situalcil-at Comox. 1., C..
n , . n a     ,     AM��S CornNc;rON- H. Strand, who was' drowned off
Dated Oct,, 2nd, 1912       N  ���   -
Denniaii   Isinuy   on   Tiiurhdav,
Dec. 12II1. .
-The   Anderson Lodging Co..
Uiiion,nj.y,*H..C.    ���0
;  Tlie above reward will hu paid
for the recovery of tho body of 0,
An-A-d in."the -News
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pays} : Try' k.yYA '
K. C,' Einde,,is agent for the
''Ford'' and' '-Cliahnei'* aii'tomo-
bUc*s.  . Curs for hi ro.    Phone 18
���; - In vim MATTKit   of  :in  applieii-
lion for  a fie-li CvrliGcatw of Title
to Lot 64."-[M��ii 311] TowiiPitoof
���Cpurtenny.-; , *     J a
-  ^'OTICK is hereby/. ivtJKof- my
- intention" at'th��'_(-x(7iiation bi one
���0 calendar montIi 'ftoti'i 'lho iirt-t pui?-
licat-ijin hereof toi^tue'a fi-csh O^iv
tifWaJe of Title in lifii' of the Coni ���
(ioate of -Title. ir��'ued -to , J.o-eph
. McPhee oii thr-30. h of March l,9t)5,
' a.nd..riuniher��l. ,).U9i)0C'which lias
-,..b��eVi-'lost,", ;'. A-'-A--.   ,'. A --*'A,. ',
Daied  ataLaiidM-legi^ti-.y'-Ollicfi.
 JL>Iif>ti)ri(i ^_B:A0;'A{lji^_l0.1 4t___f]a-vAnf_
,D��ceniher 1912.-.  - ;' ���;?.    :,' ', '���
". ������;, :   '" '"' S ' YaWOOTTON. *
1 \r "Registrar General of Title?.
Unioii Steamship'Co. of B. 0. 'Ltd,
- 'TIlE!s;,S(COWiCILAN; WILL;SATL AS UNDKlt ,   .-
NANAIMO DENMAN fSLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE
- '  -      ���       Leave Vancouver, Monday, at. H p, m. Y  '   ��� ' -   '  '
,.. . ' .- .  ,    Yr     Arrivo Nanaimo, at ,11.80 p.m., ,. A"  ���������
\,.,Arrive Union pay,, Tuesday" 0 a.-m- -' Lo'ive'T ties day noon.-- ���?
- '--Arr-ive Comox, Tuesday, 8 a. in', ' Leavo, Tuesday; 11 ' in, ,-'���
.-_ 'Leavo.Nanaimo f5 p. 'in. Triosdny.: Arrive,Vtmecmvou 'J.30 p.m.
Leave Van'couv.er Saturday-8 ��� p.m-  Arrive Nanaimo,-An. 30   p. 111
Arrive Union Bay,- Sunday 6 a.m.' Depart 5 p.m...   v   "  - -
Arrive Cqmpx- Siuiday 8 a.m. Depart.4 p.'in'.'   ...   * ' ���-    ���
^"..Subject,to clians;e without notice.-. ...        -'  '"'   ,
AUTHORIZED.CAPITAL $250,000
Divided into 250,000 shares of $1100 each par value and ncn-assess":
, ��� <-able,- of which" a.,first, issue of 50, 000, shares are-
. .a'"  ./now offered to\the public at" jpar.-' "
��� '    '. -"SHARES".
^) " In tlie above Company are now offered at^Y.oo and will, give purchascrsa safe mid sound
^    investment with a good return by way of dividends'and future enbauced value of-stockA ,
THE COMPANY''"
Is organised by business men.of llritish Columbia to "carry on a Home Building, Loan, In-
% , surance and genera) Real Estate Business, its head office lias been located at.. Victoria B.C.
I �� ' '. ������'      ���" FEATURES
@    That muft appeal to the investing public is ��� the  fact  that  there  is NO PROMOTION
S    STOCK, every director and official oe the Company paying $i.otf'for their shares the same    iff
A  as the general public i's asked to do .now.    Furthermore, the Company has its own'        , g.
%'.' FISCAL AGENCY J - , \
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���^ '  Thereby saving exorbitant commissions ahd leakages on the selling of its shares,    ������' r:'0-
I THE WELLFARE OF SHAREHOLDERS ��S
Will l)rf the first thought of Uie Company, aiid wit.h'this ���end   in'view it will   be  carried     $
along'ou safe aiid Economical lines, ,     , .  , , .'"'.;'       '     ���'       ,���'�����
���".:'.������' AN INVESTIGATION ��� ���   ��-
", . ��� '   ���: ":       . -  .      ��� ' ���;.    ;   V' ���      ������������!
IiiijP the schemes of'the Company will-iiHorcst you  and show you where large'profits w.ilL.- ^.
accrue. ��� Send for a prospectus'aud learn our iilans of operation to their full exiekl.   . " *&.
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PAYMENTS
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.^    On shares can be made iu either way,, as follows :      .     o      A
'��"     ���' -- -   All cash; or one third,cash, balance 6. i.2. 18 aud 2.J. mouths *, or  one-quarter  cash;
(3)    balance 6, 12 and 18 months *, or 10 per cent cash and 5 per cent a month.-   Thus  on this
'jj)     latter plan    ~ _���" ���   _ . '   _-
~  '    - , ,,,    ^ro.oo cash and $5.00,a. month [buys roo shares   .      , - ��
$25.00 cash and 3i2 50 a month buys 7.50 shares-   -y . *���      .-
S50.06 cash and $25.00 a month buys 500 shares       -     ���
"   J h ' , $100 oocasli. and $50.00 a month buys"iooo shares ,. ���'-      ���   -'
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T'h c Cou rte nav H otel
.   Every conyenien',e forgvi-fists.
Tho Oontiat HoUT.for Sportsmen.
None, but tlie"Uest of Wines and Liquors
al the' Har.
RAT.SS REASON \BLK    A
John Johrislon",   ProjD
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& C^^=yyMm^%': The Purest aild bc!st BEfiR,-,and\
S ^ISfcffei^S-W^ ���' -   ���'   made in Cumberland;
, '       .   - ���     .     w-���
to invest-,'for only the first issue of* 50,000   will  be sold'at  pr.00,   after   ,j&
2?oto a premium. 'Get in ou thc ground floor aud let future enlnmced.viil ; ���<&'���
Now is the- time'
which ihey will'go to a pre
ues give .you extra profit:       _���     -  -    --   .-.
Prospectus seht'to. any address on: application
> 1.  .wiii.MW 11111,11     .mm . m.ii.1'*
��� II'. ��� M ��� 1  W^   "    I II   I '., II IMIilll ���  IIM.II II Mini ll IHI II
COPVOICHT.
ARKC.C9
. J.  -KT.   McLEOD  '   'Pjr.ospxirEror.
, .,   EnglMi i x BUHTON ftlwny. on fap      i\t,o,' tho famous MILWAUKEE
;   BEEav-AnhonHor, r.uhiimian,.8oh!ta, &o."      "OLD OREY BE&ltl)"
��� S00T01J \VHI-i-JiV,    -     BoBt W.11C8 and Liquors o-f- all kinds,
Th��3 jfoarding ami Lo.'Ring D.'pacti'.ieiit. ui-dt-r Uio immediate suporinteiidonoo of Mr
,, Duvia, will bj tou,.d O'iu.t olaa^j in evcry.roHpcoi.,;.
RATES,
��fii 00 per day upwards.
V"
v\
W'��|��'^'|''l''|''|'-f't'tfHhftHj>I<>I"f'l<tl"t,tlHll
���NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:���
Tiiiu U to notify Coo puullv.
tlmt all freight chwrf��es on bonded goods cleared at Uiiioti Bay
for, tfic Uoiuox Valley uiust be
paid before iwodi. can be forward
ed. Uy order
Canadian ColltoricfrDuiismuir]
Co.
V/ood'o yheejyliflAint)!
-   NOTICE.
' Hiding on locomotives and   rail,
vyiiy, curiii of   the   Union  Colliery
Company by any person   or  per-.
sons���except tain crow���ii> strictly
[irohiHted,    Employees  fw nuh-
ioc to (hfimit-sttl for allowing sanv
Uy ordor
'   W, L.  COULSON,
Gfciicral Mttmu^er.
���mt��9MmW'JimtitmawtwmammMmVnm
LIQITOli LICENSE   J3\r~LA.W
���'-   3'JU.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIV
KN that at tlio next roftiiliir meet
\ua of*tho Hoard of Lwimibo Com
iniRBionoi'H of lho Mnuicipnlity of
Cumborland,   oppHcatlon will  hu
mndo to lho snid  Hoard of Coin
misnionorr. for tin,', trawufor  of tho.
lifjoiiifio, i'or tlio iwilo of liquor by
retail in and  upou  tho pivmieop
known nn lho Vondonih Motel, nit-
uato'on DmiHiiiiir Avenuo, in-the
(Miy of Cutiihorlnud, from Robert
Sj  Robertson to  itolicrl McNeil,
of thrAiiM City nf Ctimbcvl'iiul,
l),lti.t\   lil    C(llMlitl,l��llll,    1).    C.
this 10th dny of Uucemlior 1012.
R. S. JtOHERTSON
Holder of License
JJOI.EItT McNKIL
C. H TARBELL
fTWi'liirrj-iTiifiwmitniniirMniiitfn "tn inr.i nriMM'^iii -
HIGH GRADE STOVES.
And ulf KITCHEN   .UTKNSILS J
%'::'y
i";jXhe ; Mfercan-tile ,'Gerieral"' Agency, ^xhtdJ:fy
-    S.elli'ns Ageiits "for Canadian Loan & Mercantile' Co., Ltd��-' - ��� ���'-������* %
207;-2oS, 209 Union'Bank Building. .Corner" View and, Gov't., 'Streets,   Victoria. B.C.,.
���;   'Phone, 3243 .' '  " Geo/Abbott, Manpging Director',   . ;  ��� '
,.--..",_���        '      "���      ' )"      ,  ,        .\        **     .' , ,       .y     ':    "''
MOVING-?
iuMafkCfre-aa^jj^KwuuKi,- winr^tfju*cjm*mrM\*mimmm'^mtnkmntirM^ia.m'svtaKii^
Pianos and
FurniTurk
Preigbr, Wood and Coal Hauled
Sportsmens Good
and
General Hardware
NOTICK.
v***��*
NOTICE i.s hereby yivcu Umt
she general hi ore hutMnoss or Dun
cnu Hros.'has thin day been sold
lo James]) H. Paikin. All nc-
coimts due the lato fnm mufil be
paid to E. Duncan, who \\\\\ settle nil liahilijifs.
Sandwick, X>t. i-si 191a,
RICHARDSON, ��&��� HAYWOOD
PHONH 57 '
Windermere Ave.     . .
OWDRKR TAKKN  VOR  NUT   COA1,
Snywnnl 1-niul DUt-riot.
Distriot t>[ f-'nywanl.
T ' ICE NO rjl'K tl at Oo it'i.0 Stuclf'e, cf
Ni-\" Yorit, N. Y'., ocoii'iutiin)  eiiRincf-r,
inn-rule to npply (cr |ouniH��imi tO' pi.r.
i'li.if.0   tlm  following   tlniuiibjil lunds:���
(.'(���lumorei'iy ut 11 ]ml. pUmtcd '20 cHi��in��
hoi th of tho niii'tlwwiHt uoi nor (if lot 551,
tlcnoo en.wt '20 cliiiini1, iIimico nnilli  <I0
clinine, ll.o-.ee  wonfc  f.'0  rluiin,   theico
nor. ,ti 40 mminn to point of 0011 muitt-v
iiniit ooiititiii'ng SO in Viiii jin.ro or lmr*. ���
UKOKi.B S'lUi'KH
FiiliPi- M.GnfiMnp, Aboiit.
Di��ln Juno lOtli, lill'2.
.Sayward Lli: d liistrk-t.
Distiict of Sny mini.
TAKK'NOT!01^ tliat   H-.nry   Alfred
Ilo s, of Now York, Kew Yorl:, O'onpoti-
011 electticiiui, i:.lo.i('i' N) apply f ir pvr.nis
sion to puriiiio ion to purehiuo Mki ful'.o-v-
irg ilascri'ied .lnn(l��A-(!oiiniienciim ot a
[ji��St plunti'ii al> tho Ruwlh cast covuer of
the north wet', ijmirier of lr,t ��S3, thutica
40,chains cust,  tliones  40. climnn toitli,
Ihouoc.'10 c'nii'in acA: tlicnoi 40   cli.��it>��
how th to p. iuUf com i-entoinoufc onutHia-
inn; ICOatraa moro or 1 tt
''  llKSllY Alkubd   IIl'SS
]<'.pi*i-r M. ,G mkin *, Ajjoiit
D��t��-d Jnue ?H��i, 1 !)l'->.
Tmii ��* for
l,'0.
$W^$\ ����� w<T,tt l,kuU*h Ji(i,vti;h
jw > ?.j 'J'oooh nnd InvlRoratos tha wliolo
j^jEvTC'i^rvouj ta-itmn, iniiK��ii imw
��� jNi'wytA-rii^lUi ��>K1 Vulnt, Vurm A',rj-
uu. mUitu, Meittiil<i��iiJPrtii^Wwrii,t)7it.
nomtewrt, Sexual l^ifc/irt*. Mwiiii alter.
rmihrrllrlia, nml Jt/Tcelt tifMnHK* hterw*.
i'rioo-Ujicr��Mir,jns<or*fc Oij��vlll|iU'nw.fjK
will ciinl. field by all .(JniKiflaUt or mallud Iii
tilnln i��kp. on pooliit of prfoo.  Keu> )��mr MU
iTTiTri~r-riirTrinronMfw_iir<-iiw-iiii_iiiiriM|M_iM__i tm
NOTICK
Any powm or poi-Fotin, cutting.
I'omuving'oi' inking nny hloekp,
liinhiM1 or wood, ol'nuy dofieripliodn
,.   W-',,!""
Rtywr.rd I/Hid Dl��.l iot,"
Dmttii't of K��ywau1.
TAKK NUTJv.1-; ilmt Uun-(_o CI1.11I0.1
Sell', of Now foili, N. Y., oenip��li'ii
uli 1U. luitiid* to hf.p'y for iKirniimrrii Id
ui-r.ililiKO tlio ful owli.ff do'.prl'iiid IiuhU,:--
l''(-,inniorcii*-|{ id u pn��t jilnnl'd 40 cli-iitiit
v.o-t arul liii elmilin imrtli 1 f tlio inii Hi t'litl
cm uor cf JoLfifit. iln'iipo win'. '10 ih'iiiiM,
Ih non lie; 111 h 'JO 1.I1.1111N ili'.ncd wci.t <10
1 ImitiH, ilienw li-ith 2" ��l"'i >'i t<> lo'nto'
i-iiiiiioiiuMiH'tit couiitiitiif,' 80uor���� moro
Snywnrd'Lxdd UUtrirt.
Dintro oi Sajwaiil. "
TAKE K0TIC.K that William .loin
.Sullivan, Now Yu.k, N. Y., oooupntioii
olork, iulonilalonptly for poi-mi-Hion t>
Ljiirolinno tho folio.- iiiff tho following dud-
orih'd landai���CoiiimonoiiK nt �� post
pl'inlod JO oliaiiis oouth f 10111 tlin t-outh-
om I, coi'iKii- hf l.��l i:l',l (on post S71) thenco
north 80 cliniiiH, ihciu-o oint S) ohiiir,",
tl'oi.co fl'ii'lh ��0 oh-iini, Ihnnoo wont GO
chain*, to point of coiiiiiviiiiicmdut con.
titi iii(�� (ill) uon.'ri t;i"J'o ���')' idW.
WIJJjIAM JOHN SULLIVAN
L''ihhi;i- M. (J,mil ini', Arfent.
��*to Junn ���!] I, 191'J,
. Hay\Vi��rd Lu-.d DUtiiot.
:' L'i'trict of S.ywiircl.:.  .
TAKE NOTH'K lint J.1J.11 Ar har Duly,
(���f New Yoik, Now York,- ccjn'potiiMi cleik
intoiddo. njiply- fcr porinii-mim to _ur
olniio./.lio   full-wing  (U-Bcrlbbd. lauds:���
Coniiiipiioing ut   n,  pot  plmil.Ut.fc lho
south-oast   coriii-r of Loawo '10,   tho'-CV-
south 80, chfcin?',   thi-iiCO  v-'c-it tiO,cht,iiiB,
thcut'o roi Hi  SOchfiinn, .thi-uoo" f��.*-t ^Oi
ohiiliw to poh t of eommei.c incut oontuio.
iug 010 aciot tnci-o or l��>n,
.     _0HN AUT11UH DALY
Fitflier lI.-OiikiiiH, Agent.
D,.la .Tniio 2'Uh. 3012.
.   ���*,...-...��������� -        -���.r
J5ny ward L.ivl Uuitrtflf.,
Distiiol ol S'.yw^rdj
TAKM-NOTIOJiS iji t Wnltor, Jtodi-H:
ll t>f,    ut    Now    York.    Nov    Yo.-lf.
ocoupntloii    Inijorcr,   ioUiidn  to   npply
'or 'puniiiBsim ��.'��� [iiirchir-o tho  ful.OMii'K-
���iMurilinl liwdh!���Uumnionei ft  at ii|n��t.
plimted 1-0 ('h'iii)i vvovt ard  10 ch��iu4,
north ol ftie- mmtli 0"��,t ciN-ncr of Lew*
'1ft, tlunoo h)uiIi SOch-iiiH, thoucv* mut 4U
c.lifliiiH    fchcucu ii.nth   toiehuhiM,   thus co
went '10 ohuiim to point'A couiio'iikj. inn. t
e,intiiuiiiK^"0 itcrm Aiao or b<.r.
Yv'AIiiiiJt L't'AiV.LL JH>S7
Vitboi M. CKiikiiis Ar,oir.
I)jJoJniij24t!i, 11) li
��� tM��M��iMtal��nM ��t*ri����4l   HHHHWI*'
1' Ion.
l|.1(��jlfvl,,ft   11
' '   n"n*
r*.A
ItLUi'lifi tii/\iiiwj��.*��.'>lw^|-i
i'ito>,r jL U.t>:t,n, At;��..i.
Onto Jmio llMi, lui'.',
Siijwnd r.itil ilnl'.iit,'
Dint'iai of S.. j wn*d.
TAKK NOriOK thnt WilHnm AuRHiist
lllwcholl, if N.i* York, N, Y., ripcii|iii.
lion (lurk, inloii'iii lo pjiply for pni'inlimioii
lo piirclwiHf thn folloW.nn: dencril'i'd
liiiid;- Coo nioiii'inir at it pi ml phmtod
IK) i-)iail 1 a 0 iU wii't -10 (.hiiii h uoitli ol the
nm-th"\v(H| toriu'i- of lot fiftl, Ihriao \un.t
lr) ohii'iiu moro or h'.w, lo lot ���"���"il, ihoncc
���10 oliniiin Kiui'n ii'n tt ntfl li'iunditry of
lot J55I, thenco ����Bt ,"0 oiihiiiH iivro or lcis
to lonno 10, ihonoo north '10 clininn *o
(.olid of cmmisimc. incut cohtniniliK 200
ai>ru_ moro or lc;ii.
W11 MAV ATTriATIflTIUWOlfOKK
Ktolicr M ,(limkiu��, Apoot,
I).tn.��iitio20UiAi!H2.
khm m Canada
re
NOl'ICKh ht-rchy (,'ivai llmt nppli-
cuion will be n.ado t�� tlio Fu^or
Infcndont r.f l,r��.vin***nl f*�� lic-j VlotorU,
Jar a licmmo to mil lUyu v by w'.ol ado
UH'ii iho |.i'*iiil ct ..a.U:;;U��I 01. .'..ll'-',
Ulocltfi, Ciimliirliml Towuait*, i-iiiii'n-r.
hml, 11. O.
Jous Mauccciu. Appllc nt
Dated UiIm 18th da^y tt Otpi'ijihjir,. J{>.^.
ilory Co'y., or from or off tho html
of tlio r.nhl Ootrinnny, or nnyono
tipjiinpr rnhbir.il of nny inscription
Biiywliero ti plan Oic oompany'rf
laiui will iKi pro.HHiUtoii to tlui lull
cvf/'.nt nf tho 1,-fiv.
W. I-. COULSON,
luiJt'i'.'il jMaiifi^i'i-,
S*y��uid Lnnd I)i��lncl
. lla|f��'_;ll! A Hi.Mlll'd.
TAKK N0Tit*l-i il-at Oi.vlow Vniny of
\',iiiooi.Vir, IJ C| i����'��.��!ii'U O'Hitrnj'i-s
inUiid* to .ipi'ly fr lulu-himi l" pur-
i'i��tti ilio fo lo , b\;t (<'�����'!( I'j"d lumU.���
t'DiniiV'! uiiiu m ���* l'��*�� p'hii'.fd ii'i t)��
iJjulli I'UHii'.iMi-i of lot .I'S. tin o- wet'.
II) Clia'Jiii, llu'HC< -run-11 ful viuiio, .Iwiiv
fiut -10 t'tiaiiiia, tii"i c n��r h Hi cohiuhio
lioint A ivniutii* iivCuicjii c��a��tnin u .'^0
.orctiuora or to>��.
('ll.W'.l.l.M I'l'.VX.
I'-idii-r  *-A.t.i*iil*mr,,\v',ti.
Co Ilioi'V ('o v.!
jjhtcd Jonnl,>'h, lol'J.
Sujv.,i'd Litu. ])ia;irk'.t.
liiNlniil ofiviywiird.
TAKK NOriCK tint Oharhfl Ilftiry
H��S ��f Nmv VurK, N. Y.. < L'Ciipntioii
11.1 Urui ��i), 1 t mU to npily for |i*rmi'n!'��n
to |)-.<rcll-*iti' tlm fo lotviiiK ibHCnln-.l Iind'*.
C-iiiiiofcd k tr. a p>Mt 1 li;ut*��l (tt iho
unitli ea��t ooiiKrof lot f��3_, tlnuoo 1 orth
'?u hill ��Ahouon anil '!.i i-1'iiinn, tlioa'c
iwislli 2tl iilili nt, ilioiicc*.u;4 20 chiim In
l')iuf. of \ontin<:i""'mi"i oonf ihiinj; i>>
ncrvd moro <o li^i.
(-UA.'il.l^ I1KNUV I��K��T
I'mhrr M, (hul.iiiH, A|,' nt.
CK ' :
Best Yeast
��...   J1._ WT^.f ��
lil IUU TfUlht
Sold dni
Used
wS��*4&8 Everywhere
E.W.OilkuC*,.!!/'.
Victoi in, Jan., ill).-*linn, ,M��n��
i.-U'i uf I'it;.u;CA' U;ii-ii: ha. \v:t"t
tnkon fcHoimIv ill with acute np
poihlicJii" niu. in ih��\v in tUo'Vjo
ttirjit hns'pijn!, f.-��**.J*H*.^..,.-
trhi-iAyW>-f^A?y.!.-
7-,.\AA   ���<.-:-'V-fyrMAi
$m iraws. tomb m^Aim,',.% &
*��
SCHOOL
CHILDREN
��Lf*
o
I
should have rich, red blood
.and 6turdy, healthy bodies to
\vithstand cold rains, changing
seasons and winter storms.
H your child is weary when
rising���-lucks energy and am-1
.bition���has no appetite or
possibly sallow Adn or a pinched,
face���it is'for waul cf vital body-
nourishment', Ihis growing
period d*mancis special, concentrated, easily digested food
for body-development --mental
strain���physical changes. ' ,   ^
Scoff's Emulsion is the
greatest body-build��� knov.-u.--iv
is nature's whotesoiue strength-1
inakcr���-without alcohol- or
stimulant���make* rosy cheeks,
ac'tiee blood, ttttrdy frames and]
sound bodiet,      <*,
.    3t>t you nu.t h.aiy SCOTT'S.
Scott & Bowae, Toronto, 0:ita-.:.-> __-&_
:*. - -..   Conclusive-   7", ���%-/���������-
- The blunt-faced mail did not ?lool��
up'- from *Lis'-d'es^-whea ��� t3ie'\WQinan
Willi tlie 'snb'ci-fptioir boot"" entered,
bis office. "; ;. ,at , A.-. .;
I"hope- su\ .tlio caller-, began tentatively, ..tbat; you. nre. familiar, with
foreish-m!a?sio'si9f-.'.--.*'--'r-,'-*- -.--. .--.
Madam, "lio .Eiiai-IcKl.-'. Lis.'"eyes" still
unralsed, all rJlsblons ars"foreign.to
mc.  ' --.-���"    ���     "   "'   -   '-
0? coin* .<*, you wouldn't get ro r.nsry
tall-ins politics.i�� Uielotliei* fellow Ind
any .ense ov icasou.
P.y indueU's ri "mail to inn for olliee
a woman can discover Ms-faults without luaiTying liim.. ,   ?
Help comes to llio=e who arc will-
iuK-io pay i'or it.
.-THIEVES LOOT MANY CABINS
Traiied>y_ Passengers.They are-Cap-
������" '' tured ar.d Put In Irons by J' ���
��� : ..-., ,- /Captain ,- .'��� . ;' -..- 7
* Tbleves.'-luive recr-nti?" been actlVe
recbatiy" on .*30ard steamers voyaging
down tho lirazllian coast.'and tlio:experiences' or'Uio' British Royal .Mail
Company's - ship Aiuazon on her'.last
homeward-voyas'e probably supply tho
explanation.' -   ���'.'      " Y.'-'-y
'. A few hoars after* the". Amazon' lelt
Scu-tos'i. man gearing. &.,. startling
gray suit was seen to enter several
of tlio CiTt claps'"cabins as if ho" wero
locking fo? his own.a
!' When, the ras'seu-scrs went-"down to
tea- cno of thorn., laui: A man came
inlo my cabin whilo I'was resting. As
I thought-ho looked rather a suspicions character I .followed him to another cabin belonging to a- friend-of
niiuo, and found'lilm putting Ms, hand
into the wavdivic. I asked him what
ho was dolus,���whereupon ho fled."
A' man ->camo- into my cubit),��� too,
1'wonder il
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
(ler.tlciii.'ii,-���I^nst winter I received j'sr/id. another passenger
rrcat. bc-u-lit from tho use of MLS-', it was the.sarao man?
AIM'S  MKI-MKN-T  in  a  spvero  al-
lacl; ol liaG'i-ir.pe.'and I imvo frequent
Iv proved It to ho very cEcctiw. ia
.   ''     "Easily Understood'
There aro words thai are common in
nil tonsiK's alike
On tiio heart and tympanum they tunc-
-  fuJly stri'co ��.     '   .
Though v;c can't talk in Turkish and
v/on't try to Wufr".
Why, we Unci, that the sultan is yrd-
.    'ins "Euough."    .
uf Ir. Humiliation.
Yeurp,  .
,-'   iV.' A. ii'CTOIUXSON
Iu view, of the fact that the Fort
fiai'J'y hotel ct Winnipeg is now approaching completion, that lbo,Mac-
rtonald, at Edmonton is well under
way;' and that work has been started
on the Qu'Appello at Regina, tho duties of, Mr. 1\ W. Uorgiaau, Manes"'
of. Grand Trunk system- hotels' .wiil
becomo very'.much more onerous1 In
th? .near future. Several other hotels .are to follow at-Gnoh'points'on
the Grand Trunk pacific line as Mount
ltobson and Prince ttupc-rf so that, Iu
order to keep .in 'suflicioiuiy .close
touch with'tho entire chain'Mr. Hers-
' mau? who has hitherto made his headquarters at Sho Chalcau'Lauricr, .the
.company's Dlonccr hotel in .Ottawa,
.will tako up"his ree'denco in Winul-
peg while Mr. A. r'i'. l.olgev will as-
Bunio 'chargo of the Chateau as Real
dent,Manager.   --.",,-
���Vc-:i, 1 really miist ko tomorrow."
You cau -just as" well stay till Monday .
hut tho folks nro expecting mo,
Telegraph'' them tha. you're i_oins
to stay.
I'm sorry, but it I stay I'm. liable to
lose a thousand dollars on thc deal I
toM you of.- ,   ' ,':������
Oh," pshaw, the deal can-wait a few
dayn. .       "   :   -;
My manager ha.-; written me that my
business needs my .attention..
" Yes, but' he is only afraid to assunv?-,
a litTlo   responsibility.   -"-Tho   busi-i
ueas will .be eil right.      - '
.tliero is ari important meeting of the
���directors that I--really must attend..'
Oh,\they'lt get along all right without 'you.     ' ,,
You know how much I'd .like to stay
but' Uio fact is iny railroad ticket runs
out to-morrow, - ��� \       *    -��� ���'
'"Well,-in Unit'case..I suppose "you
will havo to go., 15c sure,-anrt coma
up io sec us again, in a "month of .'two.
, Tlio .news canned general excite-
ment on board and..inquiries showed
that a quantity, of money and jewelry
had been stolen.
The captain ' ordered a special
watch to be kept at night, ���""
It was then discovered that the two
mon wero prisoners recently, dis-
charged from San Paulo jail, aud put
en board., to ship nt Santos wiiliout
any "warning to the captain.'< Two
other ex-prisoners had. also boon put
On "beard at Santos,
The-authorities, at .Rio Janeiro refused, to accept .tiio 'men, .and they
had to bo-taken to .Lisbon.. They
wero kept, in- .irons^'.nnd wero ' con-
liuually watched during tho voyage.
Evory ��� one in tho ship was' relieved
vhcnlho last, man .-.walked   oft' tho
���'.. *;'��� Compliments -;-���-���.'-.-,'.
- John Drcwe, the nct"oV,?at tlie age.of
59 looses t.'o more chau;:3.-..Compll;
mented'onthi3 fact, Mr* 3. rew said:
I t$y to; keep my? hair?'on'and "iny
etomaeh off-'-'Uiat- is' rho triic'-sccfot
of rerennial youth-;'-'',".:.    . h-    '-.:'���'
��� Then; he .to!d-ouo-.ol-lhis:storlC3..11-
lualrative of the .horrors ���' bf^coriiu-
ler.ee. "^'- "    '        ��� ���        ; A;/'->-. -
?A fat man,, lie said, could not help
laughing one day. at the ludicrous appearance, bf a .very bow-legged .chap.
���one cf those arcli-looMug-chaps, you
know.,' "','-,,        '"     .    -   r
-Though a total stranger to him, tuo
fat man" clapped tho- bow-legged; man
on "the back and'said:    . ���'   -   ,
.By Jingo, .brother, ycu lock as if
you'd, been riding a barrel.    -
The bow-legged chap F��niUcd, and
poked his frager deep into tha fat
man's sett, loeso stomach.
And-ycu loCk as1 !f you had been
swallowing one, ho eaid.
gangway at L'sbon.
*   Tramp���Lady,' I sawed a cord . o!
���^obd-lc-iMsa-y-^-daU^^
-���'��.-.rim do lawn, too?  -   ,"  ,,.      . ���
'   Womah���Why, as a 'tip.        ,
DISEASE IS DUE TO BAD
LOOD.
To Cure   Common-Ailments the
Blood Must  be Made Rich
.. and Red
Revolver and Pistol Cartridges
Joaje people take'a lot of care in selecting^ revolvcr'or*
"pisS-aftdHhcn buy any cartridges whatever.,No wonder
they doa't always ffet good results. There is just as mudr:
difference in cartridges as in farcanns. , Always get Win-,
chaster make of cartridges and you v^H have cartridges,
that are reliable and uniform; in sh^gilng and give mas-,.
- imura velocity.,-; -Theycost no m��^ than"inferior makes^
LOOK FOR THE J^^'^-^W'-^P^'"
Thoupar-ds- af mothers can tcstiCy
'to tiie virtue'of :.lcthcr'G-raycs* Worm
FiN-terminator, because'they kno\y from
experience how useful it-is.' �� \
���'���:1 :     ,"...--"'.���    ,,.",' j troubles, "and"'disfiguriiig skin discus
When tne.new minister,   a   hand-1 cs llft(j cczi;mac.-aiul Ealt rh0um ^hov:
Nearly all lho diseases that afflict
humanity ard caused'by bad-blood���
weak, watery blood ^poisoned by 'Impurities '.'. ��� Bad' blocd! is' tho cause of-
headaches and''/backaches, - lumbago
aiid Rheumatism; debility- and-indiges-
tiou, - neuralgia -. and '..ether    nerve
��� Tho'light that lies in a,; woman'.
eyes may tell the tru'.h.   , .
'   A mau can bo cordial without drinking   Jt.   '  -      '
loc-so andranoti lato .the nest room
where hor mother,wasi-getting a few
4inls-hing���tauchcs"llo_her?.' adornment
m��m
Wi the Cf.EANWT, SWrLEST, aud BESTIJOMI.
UYK, on�� c%n Iw-'.WUt J��u don't rv��:iln-'�� tl
l.tmtr vlut KIN'Oof Clnib -ovrliooii it* tuiilo
of...So Mliltko* iro Impoiilblf,
S��nJ /or lie* Coluf Cud, M017 H��nV1ft, *,\l
Btoklcf glrlnf r��iuld of OftUi. nvtr ollirr roloit,
Thi J0IINS0N.IUCKM10-.ON Co., Limited,
Mcintrrtl. (*��h��>t��.
beforo - going-' back-- intoTHoTlrawiSg'
room to greet tho'clergyman'.-     '.   .
' Mamma,- lho iHtlo girl whispered,
tho man in'the.drawing room wanted mo to kiss him." A.       ��� -
Weil? replied mamma,, why' didn't
yen-let him?  . I would if I wero you;
Thereupon Anna ran back into tiio
drawing room, and the minister auk-
cd:    ' ,. .     ;    .     . . , [
Vfell, Utile lady, won't you" kiss mc
Tho decision cf the. Grand Trunk
Pacific ��� Railway to   name   its   nee*
? 1,000.000    hotel,   in' Regina,   ."The
Qu'Appnlle," has been Generally welcomed' by that-  city.   The , historic
name is ono that has a warm place
In tho heavta of all westerners an-i
the beautiful legend attached to it has
a wide appeal.-  As fold by. the ceie-;
brate'd Indian Pcetoss, M1��k''Paulino
1-1.  Jolmgoii, it' is this:   "Au, Indian
voyagcur on Kip evo of his yreddin?
day is.  paddling   his   canoe" swiftly
along across tho waters of Echo Lake,'
west from tho -present cite of, l-'ort
Qu'Appelle.    As ho paddles ho sings:
"Our voice* keep-timo and'our oars
keep time-."   -Suddenly tho Btilluos.
of the night js broken hy a sharp cry.
Uo  ceases  his  sous  and  rests  hiu
liaddle, listening'for.a further sound,
fancying that be has lieard'his iiamo
uttered byeoiiic-o-ne,   , Again across
tho waters'there comes, a shrill cry;
This time there is no doubt but-that
it is tho namo of Alio voyagcur. Placing his hand, to his mouth, ho shout?,
."Qu'Appele" (who calls?)   For answer
comes cueo more the cry o" a woman'.;
Voice Bounding h'is name.     Tho Indian recognizes the voico of his sweot-
heart and fearing seine mischance puts '���
all his'strength into his paddle? Look-1
ing over his shoulder lo judgo of his
position' ho sses the moon rising. At
length   arrived   at, tho   rcservatio?
where the.Indians are.camped ho finds
thcui mourning?and"l3 told-" that 'hi.
sweetheart is dead, that she has passed away 311st as iho moon was risiiiR
in? tho oust,-after having ��� called his
name threo times."   And.thus was
given to-tho river,'lako and town?, tho
.name Qu'Appolle.. To-this day. Uie
Indians declare that when tho'moon
rlscstoa certain point'on Echo Lako
0116 can.hear tho spirit'of,the'girl
calling io her lover a3 slio haunts tho
valley..; - :���-[    . c
Thrcc. cariboo and two mooso heads,
which sedsoned hunters declare, are
most -. Intoresting .specimens '��� of what
tho* north .country? holds .in.the; way
oMng.J^nmo wero brought tb'.Kdiaon-
ton^a.fp^^l]IJ-B-^fJ.o^bJa"n-lmntiug������part}V,
Tlicy basKed tho lieil^a 2u miles north-
Whea Yoa Buy
Ask ior
'���
They have a true'
hcfid,   with  *il<
never^ etplo8�� if" Stepped  on.
Eddy'. Matoii��3 b.av��- eatlsfled Can*
adlanfl'Blace I5GI-���accept no" othera.   ;-
The g. i. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada
INSIST ON GETONG �� EDDY'S"
Washboards,  Wood Pails^ and  Tubs,
Fibre Pails and Tubs.
no1*,
No, 1 won't, replied 'Anna,promptly,
but mamma says sho will. ,
Mlnard'u  L!n!mci;,t Cure's'. Garget In
1    Cows?*.
A
i'-^.-i
,^xy^Oljrxx
tf^letf pays
'A'.:A7:h..'ft,  Aa: a\, .���,,.
<*��i '.at .%��� ijn^ri.'-.'.'.S, 11 / ���%..: 1-M-;. 1. .������*' f ryy 7'
Horn- man idr
��� Good morning, sir,,eaid the polite
book r._*cnt cheerfully.*.   ,?.
,Ugli, grunted'��� lho' prospect, uot co
ch'ec-i'fully. ���. ������ -..,.' ..
-. If It Is.not-trespassing cu your valuable tinlo 1 should llko to,B"uow you
somo books which--:-  '       ',���'..
I don't want no books. -
Pardon me. If you gluaco at them
I ihlnk��� -     . A  ���"   ,
I don't war.!, none, I toll you.. Git
out or I'll throw you out. 1 dou't uccd
yer darned books.
Vc3 you do. Ypu need two of
thorn--this ono ,on m-ammar and tills
'ono en etlquc'Uo, You may not want,
thom; bu:-���.
Then lio went away from thereto
cavo iii'Siuaciit,
right down to tho'root .of the-trouble-'
iii tlio bleed, and-'Uiat-'Is just" what
-Dr.._W4Uiams_^Pink_ai!lXjlo^^4Thoy|
uiakb n'eivj. rich blocd"and tlius euro*'
these diseases when common medicine
fails. 'Mrs. Jclin Jackson, * Woodstock,* Oat,', sufrercii from both nervous troubles and a run down' condition
and experienced- a. complete curo
ihrough the-use of Dr: Williams' Pink
Pills." .. She says: "I was a eiiffc'rcr
for a-number cf years from neuralgia,
and a general debility of the nerves
iuul systom.    1-bad, tried several -doc-,
tors and many medicines \but to no I Tlio mooso tracks along
avail'until.I began Dr;. Williams' Pink I .whero * tho animal, .como
Pills. At .tho timo.I began tho Pills
I had .grown so bad ihat I could hardly be on' my feet and was forced- to
wear? clastic bandages about the ankles. .Tho pain' 1 suffered at times
from tho neuralgia was terrible. I
had almost'given up hope when I began tho iisp'of Dr.'-oWllllams' Pink
Pll'l's'. ������ In the courso ol-a fov; wookB
I folk'an-". Improvement- and I gladly
continued, tho mio ot- (ho PiJla until
I,waB-onco moro quito well and ablo
to attcud to all my household dutloa."
II' you are ailintv bogln to euro your-
soli' today wiiii Dr. Williams' Pink
Pillfi. Sold by all inediciiio dcaloiT,
or by mall at no 'cents a bos or ai>:
boxes for .a.GO from Tlio V)r. Williams* Medicine Co,, UrcckvUl., Out.
-/������
Dyr/mlory oovrodoa Uio   liitoPtliicfl
nnd BucedUy oats away tho 1 nuit.,
bringing, abou- dangoroiui nond-Lion*
llmt amy mmo- death. Dr. ft. v.
U'ollogt',*rt uyc-outcry Uf.vdlul mm*
llio'lnt'i'fttm.'il e/i/mls of tho 1,'oruui tlmt
aupo tiio inflammation, ami by pro-
powevfid romedy.
���I luul a iiuc'j;' dream la.:L
"'Will
nlidil,
.low111-��� -Splint; It. ,
l/owlll���-T da-aiiicd Um!, tlolcota tor
ponlii iu ilio Hull of Funic irol into
lhe lisinda of rpociilutorH,
|Miii^��^>iii ���������       I.W1I' i ,,t*
Ifn r.o otmy tai-k to ponvliiro a
farmf;* Hint oity peoplo over ijct up
i.ariy I'liouali '.o do au luuKs.t day'n
work.
Wliilo travelling through tho west
a man lost a valuable dog and limned-
lately prooccdod lo lho efllcn.of tho
Hustler's Uovlev.* in the town whoro
ho wnn rAopi'hi*.. 1-hiterlu.; abvupUyi
ho Raid to tho cdild*: I've lott a do:.,
I'd Uko lo imvo you InccrL thi. ml Wv
mo.
Hovcnly llvo doilurK reward for lho
return ol' n rrciinh b.ulhloa nnoworiiiK
lo lho iinino of Darwla, I<art son
on TuriK-r'H rend.
Wu'vo ju.l fiolr.p tn prrBs, raid (ho
odilov, but we'll m;niai_o io hold tlie
edition lev y��.uv ud.
Afar rolurjiij:1; Jo tlio holo', L!ie
ov.'iuu' ot tho duf. decided 't illicit bo
bout to utlil to hiu adrrrtlBciiiriit: N'.i
fliioulloiVJ aPlccd lio reliinieil lo the
officio to fliid fu- jiliiro ontli'oly do.'iort-
cd, imvo for a ruWiuh-nl ymitli, who
i'ni. Riixlnr,' Intcnily out or tho window,
Whero ih cvfryboily',' lie askud.
(lono to liiinl lit' duwi,', ropliod tlio
Ind wiiliout i..)ii)i'lii:,' hi. i;uko from
tho d'.stiuit JlchlH,
castof Holmes' Crossing? 350 miles up
the; AthabaEca" illvor,\ whoro the only
sign- of-'dvlUaallon'-is eomo * grading
Cor thc Grand Trunk Pacific transcontinental line.- ' -
��� Mooso and cariboo?. - Ono of. them
repeated tho'. words,- in ,rc&ponso to
{."question.. Well, I-should say ivo
did .coe-'em;   -. WoVsav.* .hundreds.
tho rivpr.
down , to
drink, aro.cut. Into the.otherwise lin-
tiTickc-d-'v."irdernes3 to.a dcplli of six
and eight Inches. ���Thb region is thoir
own and thoy. roam it as if mau wero
unheard of
- - Before eoinp on, this trin, I wag under .tlio impassion , -I hnd eccn', an
abundance of' lils gamo and - sconory
worth (ho'while;.but jiowJ am ready
to confess that a now". parailltio'luiB
boon opened to tho sportsman nnd
"nalurc-lovcr.' Tho country.is ns nut-
uro loft ll, and iL ia picturesque and
lhtovo&tlntr and -holds a combination
of elomenis which"tnko tlio klnka (int
,of tho tired brain-and mako tho traveler foci oo if ho "tvoro boni again���
a new man.
Frc&h ov'doncc-3 of tho uusurpasticd
mlnornl weall-h ononed up by tho
inttiii 'lino of lho flrand Trunk Pnclfio
Kttihvuy, In Wc til (ini" Caunila ure
broiiKht, to 'Ifdit alinout dny by day
anil tho lulc-at llnd Is nioiitioiiPd in a
report jiiht rocclv��id from Uavioiloii
wbJoJi Blti.o_ tluil a body of hlivli-erado
coking conl hns boon dUcovcrod ly-
ini,' soutli of (hat town. The proporty in quc'-Uivi Is on tho UltHoRiikla
Uivcr. VA uillai from tho O.T.P, and
coiilulus 111 Renins, two of whlchliiivo
boon' p-irllnlly dovoloiicd. Of tlicse
Just ono In bov����ii foot In tlilcknew
and the other four. According In
flBKiiva mode In Vancouver Uio coal
yields C8.U pc-r coat of col;o, but It
Is also iiitrii Linidu fcitcauiIiiG' and do-
UlCKtlO fiid,
V*~
*��
*IS
7-cr*
sSyY-
sS- fC.
I
I punity rcouft I
to 7% ell* y ou-.'
. AM ,   \  *,* *?      iM *^  ^ V   ���
\ .    -i -F %ttm^ .     r      ;   "   _���'
��i��
A
FLOUR
More Bread  .
and Belter
'T'BreacT
W.N.U. 02?
Xo w.av, c.i'i rtaud In h!,i own Ihjht
without ciiHtlui. a ihadvA'..
jt n i      ���   j I.-.I ******
HJie U liiilfiid a chivc-i* v.email I* fa.ic
\t loo ck-vei' to fciunv it,
llllsoa, who "In a Ktout man, waa run-
(uiui. ia vu.v.i .. ;...:.. '���'.   Ab'v *>"���
I ,<,:.i.i  V'.'.  tv'-rft   ctru-tfl  rallr-d  nur.
Halloa, Million.     In n hurryV    Uciiu;
uomowlifreV ,
KLtidiui hi:. b't'Ah to? oIIkv pur-
pcvt'.-i Dtli-cm r.iadu n.i reply; lua In
dtiNiiu'iiuil !o tako a (crriblo v^voisj-tr*
At,...... ' ,'i!, ': ���   A .������'""'I'M"- im r-h,.
cd .lolKS up iu tho U'kjilioiii'. After
ft (Kal < f ��!ilr.-iii^, u i.U'..>i>y volco nt
tho ollu-r cud of thf wire told 1dm
.Toned wm; Ihero.
That j.nr.Tones?
Wliiit ihi ^o,i want? naked J^nco
I'v.-�� b.icii in lid Uiopp two liourr.
Yiii lulre-r, Vtnt on lm�� (.'.in,    U >���
r,.f.:;il>' .��� ret-lii;: uo rtuuiln*. (hln mora-
l::f. r-ii-i      y>'���.      VvVW. t \..U i,c-:.;,;
roMfivlicre, uud I wuh in a hurry.
Gw.ft nl. ht.
'i'Uou i;iN.��n luinrr ixip tbo roctUir
' ar.d Rnt I.act Into bel a hapjiy tuna.
Jiriilinn'.���Thera !s a tood deal of
uniT-f.t Im lho country,
Aii;!, Jkiiluiui���Tluuo woiihiii't In
Y.o much If \',ive;i didn't havo to v'A
up for their huul'iuiil.*,
She Had Sucli
iicauiiJiii iimius
that it wil T,trf<*a-"��,.>' f viiknt
Hut futt! vt;A  h-lM;   the
rrl-'fti-'t  Land
r>aupr, lo re.
iiv>-.#t!i<!8tl''i��
cl li('iu:woi'l,
JX:-tjil rie.Tl',11
ly nuy otinr
jiniiie Co tit
tH-.fUf.mwctl.
Avf.ltt rrtiV
lt;j(l.Urni��(��iiit
liurtubrr t'i.
D*i.-.e CO
SNAP
t>i 'jrr tt". yr.r f.'t'ft Uf.tf.
l,%t* ixy-'t.
Mr. A. If. Tknirphlcr, Uio orlplinl
pioneer of l.ho Port KPltlomont in Drlt-
Iih Culnnibln, who wont Info that
country from A-ahcroft In 1000 au a
I'relclitor of nipplloa for tlio (Imnd
Trunk l'nciflc coiuitriiclloii camps, line
Jiifct nnlrcd In Kdiiionton and filat��n
that with a Gf.p af Imfi mlleii bctweoii
Port, (leorco and I'rasor Lako and a
fow minor jfrips, Uio-roadbed of lho
O.T.P, Ium ull boon (KtiKlcil from the
c-J)d of lAi'L-l at Tcto Jaime Ciuht* to
Lho cud cf rlcol nt Iluzeltoii. Tho
rlftlit of u'uy :�� now iirudlcull}' cut
Uirour.li from tlio,oantorn to tho wotd-
cm t-nda uf Uio conetruclloii nnd by
noxt Biirlni. w'll havo bcou c.uiiiilctcd.
Unpld progreuH ban beon nmdo
Ihroiijshoui.. Uio   eunnnpr   nud   full
How Much of Your Road Money is
Spent in Filling Ruts?
F thc millions of dollars that have been spent repairing \rorn-
out, washed-out Ftrccts and roads had been used" to build   .
more miles of good highways, fewer fanncl'3 woiUd now be .
'wasting valuable time and money taking "round-about" routes
to town", ; . * " -        '
THIRST cost of an ordinary dirt or macadam road is usually.,
only a "starter."   Tho cost of upkeep soon equals that
f irst cost and there is always an ever-increasing annual expense
for repairs. The worst feature of it is that such a road is
never a really, first-class liich\yay.
TN estimating the-cost of a road you should include the ex-
* pense of keeping it in [jood condition for at least twenty
years,   If you don't, you're figuring on the first payment for  -
tliat road, only.   And thc remaining payments arc as certain'
us taxes,   Tho upkeep cost of concrete road3 is practically ���
nothing.
Concrete roada are the belt road* from the fir��t���and
the best and cheapest road* at the end of ten, fifteen
and twenty yean.
pONCRKTB is tlio dlnl paving material for utreeti in una!! town, tu
v,i well ai for main iiiglwayi In tlie country,,
EdwmlN, Hinej, W'ayae County, Michigan, Road Conuiiisslfiiier,
���ad one r��f Amenc:/* foieniost authorities on fjor-d roadi, ��nyii
Anr eommuntly tlut vruli t, taai taai, a toa*\ Ui&t I* c1i��(|i��r fur itvan ��� abort
llw* uniUr l����ljr burr infill Uian fchr ntb������r>��dr<)Kl,�� raid tbat Uln��i.
p��mlv��lr ���>��l��uln����,�� itidlhftlliiMllur �����" dMttoi, ��� ro��-< that U n*l
���Uppery,��taai thai affarili jooj tracllaa far a��y \ft>a ���( valilola U88 iait In
tha ftar, a tat* that fa ��_���!����� wa, tar 10, IV, SU fttrt tati laa.ar, li lb��
ehttDttt ef all nootl raadi,ikauM laTtitlfata tha matlU af caaorita,
XXTIUTK for tlie fault alimtt Concrete lilj;!ii����jri. When convinncil,
* * in.'yoii. Influence Jo luve lhe roiuli for which'you pay built to last,
We lt��ve highway experts who will vltlt any community Inteiutlng;
to build more rondt mil etjihln \n\\ why ami how concrete icmdn are licit
and cheapett, , * ���       ,
Canada Cemcut Company Limited
m  ��� v?.
X)'.',
:U-ra cuil M\*
iit.yj.mi.tt.
\ W. (]. V.. Mi'hftii, (Jpiioml iiiipotiii.
tcmlotit rejiortn tlmt thu lino Ih com-
plot oil und ivaily l�� ojiornto as far ns
Mini Cicdi l:cyon<I   Hazollon.      it
uliould tliorcforo only ho a nliort time
IToToro thla nxtciulml lino In thrown
..;,,;-." fi"-;'.: l'A"oo ftottott
j>J0' Her.ldDulldlarMontml
Ureytu a reriytfaur h'tfi ���/ ItiSftrfm men" tl'Stt the Farm-
' tt n rf# uitt Ccnael't'' //nut,��i Hi fir tl. Wl *b.ilu:.<ly/i te,
froMiuurt
. (.imt j
Wlini'tUo ftveraKo mnn tlons mnko
an lioncnt confomilon, ho malioii it lu
ctrlct condtlcnro to lilnuolf,
mtfaftm
Many a man who howle for justico
v.'(yiilil probably try to ononis up aii
alky if '.i.c raw tt cdmUi^,
Ccor.cniJc Ouajcatlon
IaiiIbc���Tjio man that Kditli mar
rled Iri n r.-former.
Julia-llow <l!d lio 1o��o tils money" lead rnotht-r past.
Dizzy Ir,o
In thla p.pjnt' anil clftrloitn rminlry
ot oni'H. cxclnlmoil tho political ora��
On, .'ut.iv \^:..m l..'.'.b, r.c c^'V "ft
eaA, x\o y?��\,
Ko wnmU'r wo don't l;now where wo
nro nt, emtio a querulous velco from
tho outoli!rl3 cl the crowd,
Tho old, lady from' tho coimtry and
I.:.- 'j.*?!! .���.'",.' nv-vii ��1r1 vim1 to tnwn
whou it huiio inolor car Imt* down
upon thom. Tho horao \vn�� badly
frlBhloncd nnd hrjrnn lo prnnce, where*
upon tho old lady leaped tlowu and
waved wildly to ihn clinuffeiir, Ecrentii-
Inj? at tho tap of her volco,
Tlio ciinufftHtr ntopped Ilio car and
C'Jiercil to la-lit tu gvi thc liovuc QUttt
arraln.
Thafu all rifiUf, ra!d t'.io loy, wlm
rc-innlnc-d compo*c-dly In tlm rarrlriRo,
I can lunnnRo thr horsio.   You Juat
Ilcnry It, tVWlnmn, wlu.ii prtsildont
of Uio I'tifrot Bound oxtoimton of tha
Ulilcnp-o, MllwauKcft Hi Bt, Paul rail'
rond, uavo a rtrent tlonl of liln timo to
n pergonal tuipurt'luio^ ot tno uuimittp
miuii, on llm l'.iif-, rrjipcbM," LAn*
Intitrc.teil Jn tho fiiwvth nt tho now
towns ami their varloua hiiiilucaii, (lo
heard that a barber hml loruUd at
Maiden, a (Uvlalon point lu AVuHhlui;*
I ton, mul upon   vIsiihiK Uio placo prcv
l-l'ilttll  IU  V''.��ViuiMl   7n^ VA,:,.,   u,ui,i.
Tlio harbor latlurod and ciropped
and Ihcn took a awlpo down the chook*
of hia cuBtoinoi',     Wllllamii winced,
v.horcupcn Uio h'rirbcr n��Uod,
Doon Uio rawr hurt jon, ���!r?
Tlmt dopondfl,, dryly wtawerod the
vl.tlhi. If y.itl-nrp pldnnliij. mc�� tt
don'I, hut lt you nro .linvln^; rao U
docs.
I
i
It'o thn cft^'f't tlilnr; In tho wovlfl
ii go Irom lad to woreo. 7 a-,!''.1 '*'v a-;**. *���'
.   ; ..-.-.,,"   '-'',Ai -iv?-
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Chinese Shantung "m Sttlifcettry Mtrt
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It is not as easy'Co choose a? coslama
CAMP COMFORTS
LifVin? tht:Optn-ihsVn.*f Its Huritv,
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Caraplns aa a .rammer recreation has
FOR THE BABY.
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\   -'"   - - Damon Cakt.  y     -A"    t'
'Crrat'u three-quarters-ofAa,cupful of
butter wlili'ouo cupful and a-Half ol
brown sugar.  ?-\'dd two eggs' and a cnp-~
for traveling ia cummer as In .winter. (girowirrapiaiy ��h popularity during Oi��
Even with Uio.ffesliest'of linens at tho ;,ias&'few years and promises to ��J��J
start one Is apt to look soiled arid dusty
tn a short while, and serges aro - too
warm.unless one is going instantly to
tt cool climate. -Taffetas are not espe
cially, serviceable," and satin is not. so
ono must cbooso with,thought and aft��
er much looking around.      ���>   r^
. So far thogeuulue Clu'nese weavo"of
shantung hcapi-oved most satisfactory.
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'fiil-or^otir-ercarajn.w.hieli'half a tea-. -^ tl.aveUu���.. lt��: imlefiuit0 fau-tones
"ipoonftu of -soda-tins-Dcen-dlssolved,-- ao b^'bUoy soi! easily,'and tbosa who
7. Sin tlirco cupfuls of flour.with a tea-   {,ave tl.Io,t it-out 0,i ti*lp3 of long,dura*
. e pooh fin' ot bating "powder, two level   (ton have found that it was worth." lho
tcaspoonf uis of cinnamon? tial��, a teH'^i money tiiey put into It.,'1     ,'        .,'.
��� tpoonfui of cloves ami-hair a" teaspoon. J -A sliiri, short shirt .of this,' with mio
fui"or'grated nutmeg.- Stir tho othor 'of lho;uow sack��� coals4hat have a,
--mixture into these dry Ingredients, and slight fullness at tho back of Uio waist
:' WS a smooth totter has'been rirm."-> ����� ����.* "ndfl'\a sn��^b0_*�� ��."JjJ-
"��l mlJ-Mih a paste previously pre-   ��lodcl  ����� ts.f,ct-    iU�� ?ffjS ?
ig lt wiib a .quarts. oc. , ,.   Tfe.        ��� , -iM
Onlnty'Ctpo Tfit^ May i* Fmhl#n��rf
i- j ,      Frim Ltco BraUfcA
r,oreIy honqets.are' mado t>��, laco
bralda, Joined   with   various   fancy
stitches. , Two pretty braids are com-
greater fator this season than over be-   binei1  hi  this . bonnet,  ond   several
fore." The reason is not far to eeolr. ."Htehos.familiar to.laeeniakera bare
The material diffleulties of camp life.) beea used.    .  '     .   - ,-
are being steadily eliminated, aiid life j -Dasto tbo braids carefully .on tbo
In'tho open has been sborn'of mos. of' cambric pattern, whip tbo edges Into
THE INVALID'S OWNER;
place and seo thai all Joinings" arc
neatly and securely made beforo inak*
"big the filling stitches.   Remember nl-
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.a cupful of light brown .sugar and a
��� quarter.p�� a cupful of bot water.';Cook
tbis'fiiiituro."till ItrU .eriiooib beforo
' nddlnc It to,.the-batter..Must .before
r. putting Uie-batter" into tbo paiis add a~
oupfiiYoC cbopped niits and fniip-^lin-
OTirts. falslns.- citron, a nit "so. forth, according tb^ibo i teline'ss "desired.   This'
e��to moy bo ascd as, a layer cako or in
. "a shallow loiif form.': .It does not need
- t rich frosting," tbe baiter being rlcli.-
Crearay soiirmiik'tuay be'nscrl Instead
bf sour 'croan_rbut.lt is wise to add a
""lltild extra' butter. Tho almonds should,
or'Course, bo blancbednncl cut In thin*
���strips'a'nd' tho cltroiMnto thin" _liav-
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Cut some slices ~of "beefsteak Into
pieces baff an tneb thtckaua square.
Lay a pleco of raw bacon'on eaoband
- dredse .well wltb flour,* Roll up tbo
''���beet aud skewer It In position.   Melt
some dripping In a saucepan," put ln^
���tbo ment and brown uicely. then adfl*
' "a tlnely chopped onion. Half a-teaspdou.
- ful of capers, a,w.int?siassfiii ot vinegar
. and tbe same*quantity of stock.'" Cover
nud stow all together very-slowly till'
. fender." ',-."-
- '  Place' the meat ou a. hot dish.   Stralp-
tbo' gravy, thlckewt.lE' witb browned
- flour.  Season wWi pepper aud salt and-
���'���"���ji tablespoon ful of red currant; Jelly
_>our\lho-gravy*over and-around the
or tbo loose pancK It is a good thing
toremombci- Just here that theso additions should not' bo put on tho back
of a'skiit when it Is inado of a fabric
that easily wrinkles." ��� " \ .; . -,
Tho .'skirt, which buUous\dowu,utb��
front should bo liia?b' waisted,' pud tha
four inch heiii;should bo^stitched with
one row of self colored silk'at tho top.
The coat, ini addition to its negligeu
back, should boopcu to tho waist line,
havo widb rovers and collar and long
sleeves that.aro finished with two Ihcli
turnover cuffs held at lho'back with'
link bul'ton...'' ' '   . �� "-
A  JAPANESE  ROOM. ,"'
Cliftrming "W��ys of Utlng  Souvtnir*
? From' Mikac'o's Lnnd, i
. A colieetor oC Japanese prints, and
embroideries who-'found that sho bad
amassed' several very .beautiful ,6pcc_��
mens-of tho mikado's land asked an'
expert how sho should furulsli a room'
In-whicli they were to play-a prominent
part. ,   .
������''The room Is practically furnished already," said the authority interrogated.
"Iii, fact,-tho fewer pieces of .furniture
you have in it the better you wlll b��
pleased with tho result. ���"'.',
A 8inavo't>!ack walls. ��� IVhat would.be-
moro"beautiful as a'backgrbu'nd for tho
glorious splashes of bluo wuter, the ra
.     .., dianf sunsets nDd tho prints crowded
meat snd garnish with sippeta of. toast j ^ fl   K�� ,n -mouotone WMcri.'you
its-hardships."
Among lho uew devices' for camp
cookery aro' small aluminium bakers,'
saucepans'and frying pans with handles to bo toinovcd*fpr"packing."Small
"tireless cookers arc mqdc especially for
campers -and  aro * particularly; useful
when ail'day trips for fishing and,hunt-.
in'g form pai-t of the" program, for on.
their return the hunters find a Uot dlu-
uer ready for them." ���'.. .- -���.  -,.. - - - ��v-
Nests .of cpokirig diihes are a U'lfle'
expensive, but weir .worth tlio-outlay��,
ns they "can bo packed iii a" minimum of.
space.   Vacuum boltlos aro now niueb -
less expensive than they used to bo and.
nro "invaluable to thb". camper. -Water
paiia,co'nio in collapsiblo.canyas, and of
course there nro plate's and cups of paper, so Inexpcnsivothnt (bey can bo'
thrown away.&fter^uslng. c,   ? ���;
' Ono..camping party!has provided It->
self with.paper towels a. a cost of GO
cents for 150 and calculates that they
.will save'somb bother about lauridry-
.work.  .Cooks of sda_>' leaves are an.*
othor suggosllpn. - ���*��� ���"   ,\- -,  '  ',   Y
In .thb" matter .of food for thft caro'i)
'inventive' minds ..liavo been equally
busy.   Thero is a certain' fascination
"about making coffee, over, n""campflre,
but tho novelty'soon, wears off.and II
. Is most convciiiont to,bo,tibia tb have a
cup of coffeo with only tho troublo bJ
boiling tho water, powdered coffeo doing tho rest.', A. small round tin of the
powder costs-'only "23 cents' and will
servo about thirty persons. Most campers try-to.arrange, to get fresh milft
from' 'ti nearby, fnrni,? but even jf ctbiis
supplied it.is well, to" have condensed -wroug side-of Ilio -finished-- lace, says
milk in reserve. . / :������ - ... >. - " uie Modern .PrlscIHa. . ���" \ ���'
- Hunters .'iind fishermen ;slug '.Mo' - Thl9-datnfy bonhct'Is melon shaped
praises of "crbsumst," a tine po woes'-ana mado'of threo' pieces' of net em-
frpni which .a .lemptlug so'up^cau bo Lroidered in a.dainty .wallacbiah ,de-
uiade'' merely .by adding' wftte��. .If can :SfgD' antv Joined " with taco ��� insertion.,
bo bought iff- all'stores.thrtt handle xiio design comes stamped upon lawn,
iporling goods'and probably also tn 0Ye_ which tho net is basted n"hd the
large gi'ocery'stores." ������'" jY t'Y ' -'��� <jiubroldeify dono, through both; ma-
- ��� ,x     -, ,-������r-������r*" " ���   torlals.   When completed thojawn Is
'   ' /Mackinaw th��-Thing. a    ��� ��� *> cut away - from " nudcr and, the ��m��
'  The'bright green -clotlr Norfolk, cpat,   broldered design left,upon thenct.' It
CATS OV iACB 1SD EMBISOrDEnT.
ways that tho working sido is Ui*
L��t Uit M��al��"Bt a Striae tf Dtlioitu*
- Surprint. -. ; .
- Ii Is surprising what a, dainty Iittla
Sinaep will do.for rd Invalid- Tho
dinner, mus_.be served attractively;
��ot on a tray, but on trays, in conrsea
��-a dinner which will gain in zest and
novelty by .being & series of surprises,
(bo invalid not knowing Just what is
coming'next. - Heat a bouillon cup by
allowing hofe ;watep to stand., in ,U
whllo heatiug tho eonp from a small
can, to which add^a'fihako from tUo
celery salt, bottle. Toast one cracker
in the oven. Take tho "smallest tray,
covered with a pretty dolly, and place
on it tiib toasted'cracker, laid on a
dainty bread and butter plate, a" thla
tumbler of .watery and then fill .the
vacant spaces witli tiny bits qf.green
vino or leaves from tho houso plants.
The" next tray should bo carried up
and set outsldo tho invalid's room until thp previous ono is brought .oat.
On It havo-a email platter containing
Trbafc looks for all.tho world liko a
Ilillptitian turkey, beautifully" brown��
ed. stuffed arid garnished with parsley, but which la iir reality a plump
partridge or-a "squab. ' Ilftvo a email
rbold'of currant Jelly with (his or one
of cranberries and on a hot plate, covered," a slice bf sweeCpotato that has
been baked In tho pan with a littlo
.'.'turkey'* or" a' tiny ball, of creamed
���whlto" potato thafi;h"E9 been-browned
Iu thb oven and' a spoonful "'of tovun*
toes that have been thoroughly copkod
arid, ebasbned witli a. bit-of billon,
soutliorn fashion. It Is really the likes
of thb invalid that need attention, and
tho prettiest sort of dinner cau bo
���served by tha courso system. . -, ���
/new needlework.
An Odd Uit For the Much Uaad Irish
,v l Crochat.    A
Quite Uio newest use for Irish crochet
Is tho picture frame,,ond, .while it cannot bo imagined that faces framed with
bard cold w'hito are' given' ��� tho most
'softened and'artistic'effect, still tho
Mrs.  Blsney Delegate to Republican National Gonvtnttoni."-
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e onous spiasnes ��'"m��������'���": . cn���ea popularly tho 'macklnaw. is Ufo   desired a silk'lining may be added.
i^^^^Z?l^���   8nappy>umnier'coat, for outing wear.,     Y ���2- ^       .
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i .!A�� ��. re'suit ot the .reccbt .'.'Totes fot
womeo" victory in ��� California Mrs,
Charles. Duchcsno Ulauey .has neon
chosen an oiio'of tho four women delegates to the 'Republican national ��ori-
teut ten. Iler Homo is In b'uraioca,
Santa Clara county, A1        '   ���
Whit Womtn Are Doing.
Miss Marj M. Pliisbury tstu charge   ��
Of ono of the most unusual libraries tu
tho world.   This library ts Id a Email
.j,   ��� .   *    ,   fc.       rt �� * *~ -ii. i,��    building on Mount Veruon street, tios-'
idea to ^ascinatmc. If not to oil bo-   , fl-th   b00ts , to  te
holders, at least tbo needlewoiua^ ho      ^ eicItlslvely.   a*!l0^ibrary |B c0.
.is over on tho alert,for uow turns for     ; 'theoioRlcal.   The '���
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und pieces of rcd'CitrranS Jeity.
*'' -.-a ���> Angels',,Food Cakt. - , ,- .   ���
''./Take the whites of.tcn es��S, oue'cup-,
.���ful of flour, "one and a half cupftils'.of
,"BUKar'"nnd ono tcaspoonful* of vanilla ^ waJ,f so tliat ;jron may_sjt near them
"extract.  a.Sift" tho-'-susar four times,   nmj R(-jmir0 tiio perfection bf design
have hero? ,*.'*--
"" VScrccus you" must have Jn black'
wood frames,'for J'soine .of. your embroideries >ilf mako exquisite?pauols,
arid otticr pieces can be 'lot into tho
and very;-at tractive, aro these gre����j
;\. NvUh:av teaspoon ful of cream of tartar^ Kn(j CO[5riug'you barb seciu-cd...
14addoa^is_b^pinth_o.CsiU____l}p_4M,
^'oggs^'untir light 'and dry aud'add.the
Viingar Hgbliy,1 th'en*wtho;-flouraud-?va-.
"nllla.   Tlio ebci-ot of success,1s In'.lho
" inliinj aud baking.   Put-.together, in
tho order sivon.. Do'uot use a spoou;
1 or beat hard. -Reat tho eggs wltb a
* wire egg" beater ancl uso tho beater to
��� mix tbo cako.   Bako In tinsreasod au"
. sols' cako pan for forty minutes to one
hour.   Let tho cako cooUn an inverted
poFltlon beforo removing from Uio pan,
The oven must bo a'modorato.oue.   '
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'   ' K'.arge and rather, tart apples are (lie
'best for'tbls purpose. 'Thoy should bo
pared" and'cored and cut Into equal
���' parts. Mako a etrup with halt a pound
-.. of -..nimp ��� eugar- a nd n wlnesl'a-ssf u lot
���berry' and another of water,   firing it
to boiling pulnt. ��� i .....
jl)r6[)'tho' apples-into' this aud cook-' tlie glasg aH,*t (il0 0(iicr f0V polishing,'
thom till".perfectly-fonder, but do,not, r,.ho |nttor B]10ul(3 bo kept dry nnd soft;
-"���i-wouIdjhavc-a-blaeU-cnrp��--i-a��-
no alien color schoirio? may creep into
"your'rooln.'.aiid,'besides lhat, you-your-\|
.elf-will radiate color, forfau will liavo I
somo of tho'silks you havo-.brought
homo mado Iuto gowns and will.wear
them always in this particular apart-
inout.   Any olber'lypo'bf toilet would
look banal,In"it.. ���-
'"Let tliero- be unobtrusive chair.<��.
divan, tables, and-when tea is served
use lho Japancsochlnayou have oinoug,
your treasures."
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Cleaning Windows.
For cleaning windows use ammonia
In the proportion of otio tablespoonfut
to ono gallon of water or whiting mixed with cold water to a" paste about a's
thick ns cream. Dut "the work can' bo
porfonued by using'clean water and
two' chamois leathers, ouo for washing
TEMPTING SWEETS.
let thom brcilli.'- Lift thom out on a
pinto as EboJh",ds.douo,' .
Whon'nil the apples nre cooked boll
���' it:
Seo ilt.it lho wash leathers'nrt. quito,
.clean and do not mako lho glass so'
wet tb/it the water drips front U. liavo
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and doopen the color-by Uio addition of frCqUOntly. "Dip tlio,cliaiiiol3'.ln thla
a few drops of cochineal,   Then-pour   xluj nib tl,0 pn,lc3(. tnlclusr cri-o tlint
over tho apples and eorve in u S'ias��
.dish, '.-      ���' ,   ���
Frtnch Cuoumbir 6��latl. ��� ���
���.t'ai'0 foui medium ftocl fresh oil'
etjtnbci's, half a cupful ��f sweet cream,
- m qwurter of o cupful ot Mticgar aud
. two tabiecpoonftila of salt
tho coruot'3 are not forgotten. " Wrlug
tho cloth tightly nud go ovor lho surfaco of tho gluss n Bocond time. Then
polish with tho other wash lenther, .
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Summer B��lonfllno�� of Crttonnt. -
A collapslblo eernp haslet, a fllliig
, .. - ,i.i��� liwkol nnd a writing pnper box, till
1'cei tho cucumbers and slice Ihln dq Q[ nastoboard, covered with cool
Igyora ictigtliwiso until tho seeds nro
reached. Placo a layer of cucumber
���llccs tn a dtslC then efn'luklo with n
layer ot salt. Ilopcac until ull sllrod
eui'timbera nre tisrd. Allow to stand
icrcrai Douro od the lco. When rondy
to uso reroovo cucumbers from thu
liquid, spread on towoi and wlp�� dry.
Placo In n bowl and ndd, nltcrnatoly,
cream and rinoEar. Bcrvo on liomi ot
letmco or crow,
Curry Btup,
Vetl mid unco tlirco apple* mul tbre*
union*. Tho onions .should ����� elleed
from Itm top to-tne bottom. Pluro tlifm
In a laueopan with two ounces of drip-
nlna mid n robiospoouftn ot curry pow.
dor nod fry gently without dUcoiorintf
fnr about boll ��n nunr
Stir oevosiotialiy. I'our in two quart*
of plain oi flub etock and cook for half
na Uuur. Add ctwugti flour to thit'teu
the soup ami boll "for fhreo minutes,
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co At o*' imuiMiKi" cr.rr.s cu.otm.   ,
conl* wllh whlto tUrlH of linen ot
sergo and whllo footwear, Tlio oulln��
shirt pl';tut'ed Is of whllo in-ilinli' and
is short enotiuli lo rovcil I Win butloiiod
boot* of snowy buckskin.
r.TBBinr rrrnwas or cnuTOKKi.
green and whllo cretonne, nro plciurotl
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itomi im-ti *uA j>c����6 ui'.U i/jXL^.'Kr,, tju,.j|,(, ^]Q ^mtcr sea
hero.
Thoy offer an ogrccablo cliatigo from
oml Hi'tleles used
scasiin,
Tltrtt ntiltit to Follow.
In gonei'iil Ihero tiro (lireo rules Ih*
Jioiisolteoper mny uso In cliniifll'iig lior
luonus from wintor to siiinmor.
I'lrsl'.-MnUo Uio diet lo it larger ox-
tent vegolavlaii, lloJiico Ilia nnioiml
of meat.
'Second,--Do less choMhk, .SplisMhilo
grocn uncooked vcgfititblos iuul fresh
fruits for coolicil.i/iuifl, \Seno /mils
snd cold tlussoi'ls inoi'tf.
Tljli'd.-Mnl;? (ho, dli'i. morfl kh\i\Ao.
This can lib doiio" wlthmit I^Ing en-
lliualusii) for "goml thJi>K�� to em," ho-
cause Ihero will bo leaa wurk Iji lho
pvepnrallon of foods soloclod,   Surely
fieliciaut  Disieitt? For - tht  SummtP
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Ona cupful of' Oncly, chopped, flgs,
I two  aud  a  half "cupfuls of  bread-
{.'crumbs, twp:thirdspf a.cupful pf chop-
i ped-.'suet. ono cupful of brown sugar,
^ih'co^eggsT^baifV'cupfurofnmiikrquar^
''"j ter. of a tcaspoonful of'salt.'hatf n cup-
���Vv-_ul-of-cocoa-aiida ono tcaspoonful of
���' i vanilla extract,     "    . 'A ' >
''Mix Id a. basin the suet, flgs, bread-
.'crnnibs,-.cocbaA sugar,' salt, niilk and
'v^uilla' extract, ,.Uion  add .'lho eggs,
viell -beaten..; Mix thoroughly and' pour,
'into V buttered nidlcl ��� Cover) with a
buttered pnper and steam for three
and a half hours. ���' ',.'���'
'Turn "out and serve cold,'decorated
wllb whipped cream, .sweetened and
flavored with vanilla,extract.
' Cocoa' lco. eroani.-Two cupfuls of
i inllh,' otio c'iipfiir^of,'eugar, ono table-
; spoonful "of poi'ii-itarcir'o'r arrowroot,
four, egg yolk9," two 'cupfuls'of,cream
or'two ciipfuls ofuillk and two table*
spoonfuls ofbiiltor. one-fourth to hall
;a'cupful of.cocoa,"ono','teaspo6uful of
vanilla extract and.lhrco.foiirtks of a
;ioaspoonfnl ',of, salt. '���' 'Mix (lio, cocoa,
sugar,tuiil','cornstarch".or.���an^wi'obt,'
add" fic'aldcd ' milk' ahd cook-, twonty
mliiutea'; In doiiblo bollcf. ^Lloat'eggB,,
add cronin or'nillir.niid butter. vPfliu
on to Hits nilxturo corhstarcb .mixture,
���add vanilla nnd freeze   Ono cupful of
ruppborry' Julco   added   Just, botors
fwe'slng gives a-pleasant variety. -
��� "Fi'dntf. Klco Puddliig.-'A?quarter ot
n pound of ground rlco, ouo pint of
niilk. threo eags, .two heaping tabled
wpo'onfuls of sugar, onolonion .rhiil,
one .heaping tnblcspoonful of.bulter,
brown bread crumbs and (broo.ounces
of sullnna raisins.' Grind tho rlco In
a coffoo mill,   lloll tho milk slowly,
Npi'lnklo In ground rlco.  lloll;llll thick,
���tilt -minutes. .JIoniQVo and odd sugai'
and bulle'r. Mix well, cool a little, add
eggs, woll bcaton. ' 81 Ir nnd flavor
with grated rlud of half a lomon, Hut-
tor n. plain itiold, dunt with toasted
eriitnlis, pour In the pnddlug,   llnko
duo hour In a modern to oven.   Sorvs
wlili lemon - saueo,',     *      .    .
hfer deft Angers will welcoma. vrilb .delight tho.new, path for her, quickly
moving ueedlea       , . ,   ", .
Theso frames offer good opportunity
for variation in edges.and���flowcr dee-'
orations whlch may bo worked out in
colors. '     ,     ,-
In' a boudoir whero nil else bas a
touch, of Irish crochet, thestt little
frames,will lit In admirably.. ���
[' Punched work .Is enjoying tha top-
notch of popularity.iustn'dw and is' be-'
ing used on evcfy'coueelvobl* article in
household or wardrobe to which ucedto-
books aro scut lo. any mlulster in any
liaratetor eity'In any orthosis New
England statea  Orthe 7.0U0 ministers-^
in New 'England moro than 'J.OtiO art"
regular patrons of tho library.
., The books.,appeal,,to all denominations.   During tho past year tho Congregational and lho Methodist borrow*
- ti'9' numbered GOO' cacih.(' tho, Haptlstsl
more tliati UOO andjibo 'Kplscopatiaus ��
raoro than 200.   Two Lutherans talc* ;
-the' books coiitluuoii'sly!''-Uireo Adven-
lists and twolTO Friends.  Books on so-'
accessories It is decidedly the'thing;
..  ,    ���   _     , -      , oial questions aro said to be Liy far the'.'
work ls* applied.   Centerpieces, show a_u;ABMn- -inn,-. ���,,:��.'non^minls'tersj-nexW--
leglon.of ways in which to'UEo^thls   como"bloBraplrtek with' works on"pure
much liked work lu,combination with   tb   ,       n6     1Uo.b'otton) oP ft.falrly
wild embroidery. Counterpanes exhibit , j       j|st ,��,   ��� -        ..,*..".        y,
somo wonderful effects in .-punched      Mli. Sro�� ifopUos to llw president"
work: .collar and cuff sets aro much   of, ihQ  Woman's ��� Kansas  Day  club,,',
enriched and elaborated with the samo-, t!]'ro(jg��� whoso iena0l.si,i|. a inonnment
style, and for cliltdron?. anfl^Infants ��� ^ 1Il0'.pIon?Pj.9 0t ihb-.8a'nt6 Fo trail
 '*""""  ""'���"  ��*'-*'""        has Just boon-erected'it'.Great Ilcnd,   *
Kan.   At their annual mooting in'MOS
tho members of tho-Day club decided -*
to acq'uiro Pawtieo rofkaB-a-sUo for
tho proposed monument.   Onoycar later Ihey presented., lho rock, wltb Ore
teres of land'about if and a road lead-
ina up to It, to ibo^etnro.    Pa wiles'*
rock Is flanked by lho old Santo Fe
trail.'. Il is lifty fqc't Ijlgh. and ;tho���
inoiiument," which Is a granlto 6haft
of twenty eight,' fe6t,,.,su"rni6'iiuta the
apex,''being, Imbedded  In' 'Uio  rock, 0
Tlio Day club'waa assisted In ereetlnj:
thls'monumeiiV by" the, Daughters of   -
''tho'" American', Revolution,   tho   Wo* ,
man's, llollef;corps? .Iho'Stato I<>dern*
tlon of WoTucii'h'Clubs and (ho \1V ,
"ntcn's'Chrlstliin Tcmpurnnco'tiulon.
The Beach Costumt, A   r , .
A few yards" of Inexpensive cotton
bnll trimming havo given this green
Until frock much distinction, which Is
Night nnd, Mornlno Toothbriiiliti.
Mr hi nnd uinrnlnu toollibrushcs nr��
a novelty miiotiR nilliidy's niodoitt toilet
ni'ljeios, Mucii brush is built on differ'
out lines, ouo with an outward curving
limidto nnd bnuh unit the other with
liiwnrd ourvliU ones. Tlio dlTcr��io��
In construction Is enlil to Ho on inipor.
liint fuctor In-froolnu tho tenth from nil
pnrllclcs of food. Any cwnplug tin
ouo brush cannot oscnpo the other, and
by ufiltig both alternately It Is snltl
>'    Tht E'xlremt Suffraa��l*��.
: Threo  Vear, Old-Mniuuiii, i  want
ibnto crackers and jam I   ���      ���   ,-
,, Molhci'-Noi dcnrlo; you can't liava
���ny moro tir.til Mrs. PunUliurst Is out
of Jail.
Orown fiun-Tlits motorconl of mint
ts ii.dlsgrnco'to (ho family.  (.Iuoks I'll '
go /out  iind   look  tl  somo   Kuultsh
I weeds,
1 Mot her-English tweeds! " Clorrors,
���lla'rolilt Vi" wouldn't bo ko dlsloyoll
Tlibro'o only tilno riiouiJia to .watt,
Crown .nnughlcr-Molliei', 1 saw a
flneU of a hand bat* downtown today-
London niHie, I ihlnk I'll buy It tomorrow,        N
' Mollier-Oh, my dunghlci'l llow cab
you etto Iti so tu your personal vanity whllo thai martyr is inlfcrlng?
Fnilicr-llut, seo hero, Mrn, Snffra
gctlo, I wns Just dickering for ft swell
.    ltilv   ,       net of dinner dishes for j-mi-best ling-
Incwnwfl by n eollnr of tvlilto plant  ,!}.,, n|nb6i  y0���r mmm^ comes noil
ami whlto cotton bullous. iWC0|t
A whlto hot and veil nud whlto buck- ' Mof,)fir (WhjiiV)~CIvo h to m�� for
.bin bnitonoil hoofs cotupleto 9 daltKy  j;|���.|R|,1UU|  i oun'l lako ll now   May
WTO
v WAV..
MiClL ov ���hr.vx M.NIW,
inorulng bench coalume.
T* Imprivt tlvt Nitki
iu excellont cxcrclao for otpindlnj'
tUo chest ami lining out tho hollows of
lie* Klio'll lio out of Ud l^ "'en Tor
food bclia-ilur.
,* mammim *, i a^mn i in tm*. fW
I- Frills tf tlit Mtmtnt,
��tr��ii when glrlu giggio Utty iiy/'Ift
.weiillier,
[O
,   .  0��ilrttt fituct,
\V����h ani^noii �� couplo of fair ihnr)
hec-t.1) until tlmy aro tender, then ro��
itmvo tho sums and cut tltetti In sllcci.
Y,,        ,..,   ��� .,*  ��...       ���st   Ht.li.t.    ,.,'y
wltb It n drssertjpootifui ot flonrsnd
stir In a inrgo rcaetipful ot tbm stncu
or wator. ntMinn fl lltUc vlncgsr and
pepper ond en It.
Hon flrst, thr.n my In lbs ��ilce�� ��nd
salt, root, mer ths rfewpan closely
sod titew gptitiy for ��n n>mr
Pour c.nrrMtiy into a bit llib tnd
iwrrt at ��et. j
A Dainty Cullur,
To wo.tr wllh colored linen dtcs.^s
n sailor collar of Khccrc&t mult In ino��(
tiTofllvo.
it U'i]iiiies a UAil 3.nd oi uiatftiM.
After curtlug tho collar out finish tut
��dgo wllh nu Inch nldt frill of finely
plaited net.
CtilTa to match may ,ba rtttde with
rounded or miliars cot-tiers snd edged
with tho plotted net.
Jf a touch of color Is dcslrel a row
of feniticiTtltetilng whero ths Bit U
Joined to the collar r,ipp!l��i It
tho tipcli and throat Ii to rlso upon th�� |0|��
.���_ .,.��� v  ,      . llpa of iho too. tit thj>'moment of in-     Ko ^'oiiran males a fool of n mau.
this iii'lrlloee should bo allowed In hot   U|at absolutely no foreign suliMfltirot   imlntlon and hold lho breath, throwing eoUo pIWW, |S aiwayn ntifomnllft
' --���--���'��� ��������"��������.   u  forCj|jljr  j,c(xmst ibo muselos ot    ij0jt ol tho mon are ready to furolsli
Ihnvif. ntiil npfk. rrhllt* vnn can cfittnt;   jt.0 ���.; i^ jlt i,j ,!;���;..��������(, **',�� <j'r!r.!f.
(lfleent then oxhalt forcibly nnd como     {vhy t��t It (list you nrvrr ltenr��f m#w
diiwn  upon iho hcois.    Itopcac wh suing for brenrh of promlxoV
Hmcs night and tnoriiln�� whon thor* -   ^lia nnnt, j)lm to bo a Ltero, bul to
aro no con.trlctliig bnnda obwit *'����� fa(.�� no chnncos o* kciiIiia Iturt.
Iiody, '     if vlio rould solcct hts clothes Its
-���*���^ | ^f.,,1.1 fl{Wayt match Hit cirptl tn tin
r,iiA*i- Vfo*. ,i attune room,
Don't rut tho cutlclo or sny part of u )$ not nn os.traurdtnarllj' tain man
lho nesb around tno nnlls. vh0 vW n<lt nrtni|t th'at ids wlf�� cao
Don't polirb tho rmils too highly. ,WCOl> better ihou no.
They should imvo only a naltiral ulna*. ���   roicuni |, n woman, but she l�� n��V'
Don't (Ilo lho nails lu points, but ih l0 f��� M wft CMI ielfn, m^* cor��.
carofully arch thom, | fp0t.dint In s divorce rutt
IK.n't ail'iw tho unlis tft remain lon* i A %]l9 tUl ��� totnctlinii plMiafl tj
noli.d witu anjttitng ihat wlll Unto} pltrtrjr( ,){,t ^, \* n^rar b^yllCfr^
uciu. 1 i��j ic.
I cnn remain lodged between lho tenth,
no mnttor how doso thofo mny hov��
Flsvortd With aiiifl��r. , j grown together.  'I'lie Qnett ot bristle*
A W0>u-iou.s udiiu viil.0 h-.t Um luicut ��iv n^d In tho vouittualuij ut <hi,t*
spread Iimwcoii ulili uhl|i|jcd i-ronm blushes, ond the handles aro carcfttll*
flavored with Citulon gl'ifoe rut b\u\  slipped to Ht Ihe hind. .
Ihln timings, (bo Icing being,,flavored'
In thc same wny.   A littlo of Uio slrni.
Jw   Vii-5   _,,llr.��.i'   ,i.����   *��������')   bti 4,.\.%��  b\ 7"\
Icing It) oniinoetlo'n wllh lho sliced ctn-,
uor, mid If n vory pronounced flavor It
desired dices of flnuor may ho stirred
through tho cako.   A delicious dessert
mny bo made by llnluu paper enact   J.lclit yellow aUows lho proper bent fot
witn this cako nii-l fllllfttf the cup fo   ijtacnlt and cpoiiso cako.
formed stllli whipped t-roani fi.ivorcu     Tor meats the uven may he liot m j
with ringer   Pcnrate tlia top wtih n   drtr.   This itreps Hiu juu-n iu ��H��'
WotKiiisar. \ wa��t
To T��it tin H��>t tt in Ovsn,
I'ijvO U \>iv.-VO ui   Wli'A'i  [i.t'tn-i   i��  tU5
ovon, If It burns linrncvllntcly It l��
loo liol for anylbifiK. If Ii wrus n del-
iMto brown It Indicates pn;try h��it
Kof talto tt tbouil turn thlrU yMlnw HESSE.'  ���������fig  ll*?������':..  mMY i  '���������0t7y,;,:'  \if\h '!  Biyyi^Riyi^  yiWyyvYy -y %7y^AYtysy: .\^&^*v:^^  THE NE#S; CIBIBERLAMI), BRITISH^LUMglAi  'Grey 'lMank^ts from  Wlljtl) BiiUlktitS . . . .  O'lufortei^ from.  . -.'..'. .������2,75 a pair     4,00 a pair  ,S1.75?each and up'  .     LAND   NOTICK  ,  Vancouver Laud District  District of Sayward ' .  : TAKE.NOTICE "tlmt i-Myrtlo' " ��������� "     , '^���������~~~";' ;-. , ��������� ,  [Jon'nette/of Vaneonve,V Wup*^'. ipST-Between   Cumberland  tion,.nurse, intends to. apply -For; and    Comtenay    on    Saturday  taining 100 acres more- oi; less.  '���������Myrt/.k EoxyrnT, Applicant;  ' '    Tom Matter, Agent.  Dated January 3ra, l^-' " ;;  A new Stock of Extension Tab!cs, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  "    (J=^r--- all kinds, just received ^r^^D  We always carry a fuil stock of Beds and teMbg,  Springs and Waitresses  Frtwcett'-s Stoves and Kangea aro the best.  ' '      uALL-AND-INSraCT-TUKM.  McPhee mock,  A. MoKINNON     Cumberland  permission to purchase., tlie foi  lowing: described lamls:���������Coin  uioncirig-ttt a' post planted , and  marked the.north-west corner of  lot 58-i; thenco east 40 chains,  north- 4=0 chains, thence west 40  chains.; thence south 40" chains  to point of commencement con-  niglit;,.'a "left hand fur glove.  Please return to: Nkws office  Reward. .'        ��������� ���������. -    '. -  YYiiYOFi  . I. OR SA LE��������� 6o'.sucking pigs,.  $3.00 each," money to accompany  order. Apply Robert; ' SolUm,  Hornby Island..     ���������������  ^ un ������������-!iw������a������ta������sr������ ������������������"  ���������03?- OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SAMS   AT TH13 OFFICE  SIMPLIFIED   SPELLING  '" 8pid anny way yon plez.' TliU  is tho/;oclarashnit of brander Ha-  tliuz", professor hi a university, a  i.o't"f eritic and leelcshurer. a mem  ber of the simplifide spelling  borcl. and a few other tilings.  AVot cares ho that eckscntrik spelling is like the mnel, without  pride of., ancestry ;.or hope ot pos  terity. It matters not te braider  that thore is a rite and a. rpng about epeling as about pronouncing.  Fringstance, wo mite express the  opiityun that brander is a beaut of  n professor and <=spel it butt,  wliich would bo panefully inaknr-  ar*ynot tu say misleading. Go  to-brainier; we like notynre'go-  iu..yu pica spelling. It makes us  - tired and wo fear it makes the I'm  eutipc inai) speak������ evil thawts.���������  JP.ittsburg-Suu.   -  litep the peace for one year, ond at'  that time the jud-^e -Informed Mr,  Calhou > '.hat he could carry a re^  volver for hia t wn protection, as  th:s "Diamond Dick" liad been  i.ea*d to mako threats on tbe life  of Mr. Calhturi.  MAR0CCHI BROS    1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS.,  <AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  SOLITARY FIGURE in the Dib-  .    ,.       taht Furrow " ���������  sOn thie tide of the House and  on that are irany men who either  know by experience llie farm life  of our country", or whoi-e fathers or  forefathers have toi.ed on the land.  Itw well for all lo keep in vision  that soliiary figure in the distant  furrow, that stooped form tending  hearth of that fsolaled home���������symbols and types of our national n������  cessi'ies, our national virtues, and  our national strength. Here between these four walla wo sit year  hy year making the laws of our  country. We do it, amidsi much  strife, sometimes ill, sometimes  well, too often - attaching importance, and permanence lo lhat  ivhich is neither, permanent nor  important. Our laws would be  _betie_r___������t_h__i.eiwould be le3s   bitter  In a recent reply to a commu-  ' tii cation received, from Prefaier  Mcliride ��������� re .Cumberland strike  MttiaMon, General Manager Coulson of the Canadian Collieries'^  says in part: "Permit us to state  tlia' at no time have the officials  of our compnny refused to meet  , in friendly discussion committees  of our employees when regularly  authorized to meet us on behalf  of themselves and the fellow  workmen. This policy, we propose to continue We may further add that conditions at our  : ni'.ues are improving daily and  we are hopeful thnt in the near  future our normal output will be  rtUnitied, Onr mines have been,  aiid are now open to those wlio  wish to secure employment. We  regret that thero mny have been  Kiine suffering and hardship en-  d'Tcd by our former employees,  AVe ar-sure you, however, that  for ihis condition our company  i.s in no wny to blame."  1  fi  f \  SHOOTING ACCIDENT   ...  Whnt mipht hnve been a eoriotif  co'df-nt occurred on ihe ovdninf'  if JnmiHry 28lbf to Mrs. S. Oil  1 nun. Mr. nrd M-s Cttlhoun had  I ft pn anlortnininp; n pnrly o'.  into dt fiom Cumberland nnd hml  icv-ouipank'd thom on Ihoir rotujrn  h*. it v n, Af tltf-y wore proct-etlinp  bfirf-wiird, Mr. Ciilboun on rcocV.-  ii tr a rortfiin pnrt tf lhe tofid renr  ii< nu1. who������o more than one at.  tempt Am Limn mndo to hold him  up, pulled \'.U revolver na hau I eon  hw custom recently, llttit he mljihi  ! i: \i < pi*C".l rhoul'l " ulmilnr oprttr  ��������������������������������� io lYtio I-lace, when from wro  nnnrcountablo ctiwo lhocttHH<lge  in tho olmmber exploded, irflictirp  it Hlifiht unalp wound on Mw. Oil  noun, iho, MllUr^l ar.l C em?-  top w������ro on th.o ecei o Mtortiv  i-Her Iho nnforlunalfl occuncnce,  behiR cillo.l by plume, from tho rot*  tUitice, and Mrn Cfdliotm nt hint  r; port wuh progrfie������ing vt-ry tivcr-  iibly. Mr. Calhoun Iuip cnrrinl a  uu nlvor fiirico tlio llin������j h<t Incod  tlw mtijtr.lenf ono In thc ha win ' f  nn imhvMiial known as "Oiauifir.d  f������i.:k," The cai-o r.auio lefore Jttd, e  iViti.ru", "Diel." wn* liOUiul over In  ness in our strife, if we were often..  er moved by a sincere desire to  ligh'.en the work and brighten tl e  lives of those who,'in the silence  and solitude of the" fields antl  woods, ate doing the^foundiitioh  work of .our common 'country.���������  Hon. Martin Bu/rell, in lhe Commons.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER ���������  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of,  Wines, and Liquors. . -.  ,   SECOND   STREET  tiq&i*tit,lttf*t<V&P*tfi*^t'*^  CAPITAL, $15,006,000 REST, $12,500,000  M'ONEY;.'0'RI)ER;S  ne Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, coi  method ofVemitting. small sumsof moneyA ������Th������Jf_0������^  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce^ are a safe, 'convenient and .  v inexpensive method of remittingf small sums-of money. ��������� .These Orders, x  payable without 'charge at any bank jn Canada, (except ia. the Yukon,.  f������     >.���������\ ���������j :_ .!._������������������:���������;un\ ^!t:������n nf Vho United States? are issued at  Territory) and in the principal cities of, the United States, are issued '  the following rates:*  .j' '   '      '''-������������������,       -..,,-���������".'  .   . $5 and under .  : Over    5 and not exceeding $10....  io, : ������������������������'.* ������.       30..  30     .��������������������� "J "h      50..  t<  it,  ... -  ..v3'?centa  .'..6':..u   -.  ..10 A"   -  ..is   "  aa  REMITTANCES  ABROAD:  . should ba made hy *������*������ of cur SPECIAL FOREIGN; DRAFTS .nd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates. . ? ���������  ,  tSKSLAMD BltAMOH.,....- ,...i.V/. Ti WHITE,Manager  /'  %������  aaamxtaiwv.tsta'aKiffl  HiuiiBDiiniiiiaiiirMPiiiyiram  itott  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  We have alarge' nnmher of enquiries I'or acreage iti  Comox Valley ; "'if'you have anything  to -soil,  L..ST  ;. WITH US,-,    5?^; '��������� " .-   \l"    ,.  We.are AUCTIONEERS  SEE US if yon want a pale and we. will aitfinge ot.������ at the shortwi  '      *';       possible notice''and'get tho 13SST PlUOES.     -    ;-  COURTBiNAY?       7"B. C.  Mr. Cowan, .bookkeeper allhe  Big Store, hau resigned to take a  position with the Colliery Com-  |������ny.  NOTICE.   ., i    '     '  ���������TJiat4,Lj?._C.hoy���������b������4:umher^  land;'15? C.,.has been doinKrbusiness-in the said city, as'cle.sfers.iu  Chinese general merchandise' uu  der . tlie firm name\',o.r',Chbng  Sing & Co., has this day'.'sold lo'  Gim Que and Yip Kin Co. All  accounts.' herealVl��������� between . the  said J. J. Choy in tlie name of  Chong Sing-.& C6., we will not  be responsible.  '      ���������  -Yip.Kin,-   a  (rim Quo.  Dateil at'Cumberland tnis 291 h  day of January, 1913. '  "    .    '  Show of  Fall Hats, Auto  'Bonnets,  Children's Mi etc.  : , NOW, ON . .  Courtenay,  B. C.  3  GOVERNMENT"ST...    - -.VIGTORIA',?B. C',  ",;     Complete ��������� Stock of"''Ye01dc Firme"'      ..'.:'*  . ' ��������� .-���������        ' ."     '    ,-��������� ���������    ���������;>   *.'--,,<--  .Heiht^ian&'''Coi.vPi$hbs:  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  ",-.���������*"        * ,; -       -        ' '  ���������Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  "'    WRITE FOR, CAT-ALOG. AND.PRICE^USTSA    -,  Convenient 1 erms of .Payment'Arranged,.   .   ���������������������������"' __,  fsllSBSSSmSSEm^^  899 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, BL C  I  &  t:ti;nitniiir::aii:;nu3i:������.iiitiuii:iii:iinr:inTrni:innj:iuii inuiimniiiiJiiimrauim;  v ^% ****** fnoBaHmMBBM* towsi  A\tf Itdi aKBtKta**naaBnt*m. Emxu  ���������BBssaEnMRBtaw  ooaS*  xttBuon.  The cK?w Scale Williams  By  Used Exclusively in Canada  The   METROPOLITAN   OPERA  COMPANY  . (of New York.)  If you want a. good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call.  We nvo Solo /v#ont������ lor tho above nnd other Reliable Makes. We  ������l������o carry tho Victor dratnophone and Vlctrolas������  WE OUARANTER SATISFACTION.  Dunsmore's "Music HouseM Church St., Nanaimo  B. C,  NEW GO'ODS���������"  Our Fall Goods are arriving by every boat.     We have just  opened up a nice range of Ladies' Blouses in French Flannel willi soft collar and ..double"cuffs in all colors.  These arc jf(  thc newest thing in thc Blouse line at $$.$u and $4.00  WOOL BLANKETS  Jj Made frem carefully selected Canadian wool.   Ycu should sec  our line before purchasing your winter blankets, as we consider we have the best line on the market for thc money.  Grey and white at $4.50 lo $7,50 per pair,  , .^UlttOilliiiUliniK^  S-, Capital Paid Up $11,500,000. . -      \'"\  :n_.  i-Ten^o.  ��������� Reserve $12,500,000 \  I DRAFTS-"!:  ���������3  '���������'^D  IN' ANY  CU.RKKNCY,*. PAYABLE ' A'Li; ���������  \  "OVER   THE   would:/"��������� :    "'.-,'    ,|  1 SPKCIAL ATTENTION paid lo SAVINGS ACCOUNTS &viii't*re������.  I ut higliest CurrcDt lU>t������.nHv>w������l on .Depppjtp.of ,$1'atid upwards. '  |      .        .      CU1HBERLANP, B. ,C., Bitmch, Opon "Daily, .',. ,.���������.-'  a UNION VSTHAJiF, B.C.,   Siib-Brach, Op;en ThiiredayB  1 '" D. IVI. IVLORRISON, 'JVlannK������r.' A  I a. ~~ ��������� :  '    '��������� - ^^  I ������������������. /COURTENAY,   B;,0,   Branch,   Open Daily.  I AWM. HOFP, Monager.  %:ii}Hiii!iii!i:iiMRiiti:ni!!iiii!iiiiii;H!ii:ira������  p. PHiLLipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC        ' "' CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENU  c  CUMBERUAND.  =y. feo^o^k:  WMmr>frvimm0i*fmMex.w%**0*:M%,*Mm  KEannfootiireTof IffiHEBAL WATER  ���������MM)*  CUMBERLANDi  P. 0. BOX 183  PHONE SO....  iiii!i:i:i|ii:niiiiHiii:iiiiii:  ���������n. miim, s*nrmxj*vr,"r* -m. rmmM. -mm. ^mm*mM 'in���������i mm wwiwimw iwm mimii ������m������iwmmhmji  ������WI������������l������^T������)������^lll������>������CTWW*������������������<>������^������l*IMin.TW  ������=sllllllWlllilllllil|lil|i||=^^^srM|||||ai||M^^^^^  If YOU GET IT AT        PLIMLEY'3  IT'S ALL RIGHT  I  M  "Ideal" Store  JMUOS HLOCK  Acton.   Hayiunu,  001  DUNSMUIR AVENUK  liiSMiaSiHiMiX  The  CANADIAN  "KING OF  THE ROAP"  is theMASSBY  SILVER  RIBBON  Tlio ������������������Miiswy Silver lObbon"  itt a CnniuiiAii Intillt mi.cbluo f������f  ho first ^I'mlii. 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