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 the Store  of Quality  The Big  STOCK-TAKING  .:--.    THIS MONTH  TT  Which means many lines must be  cleared out, as we d-d not want to  take them in stock, and, we will require the rocm for new .goods that,  will.soon arrive. "���������'���������-.���������    -.  WE NEED MONEY  and are offering you   a "splendid cp  X  portunity . tb   secure   many^lines   at.  .Bargain  Prices..    Special-Prices'on'"  remainder of up-to-date winter   millinery.   Bemember the date.  Until January 31st.  Our. Grocery Department is .. always-  stocked with nothing but,clean, new  lines at    closest   prices. \ We    want  your order and, Guarantee;satisfaction,   a .   Rione 88,  IMON LEISER & CO., LD.  Editor Cumberland News: :'  "I htt.ve been informed that-a  rumor is current in your town  and'vicinity, that W. E. Law  rence, hianager, Simon Leiser &  Co., Ltd., expressed the opinion  to nie, that men who would not  go to work in the mines during  we believe will make the best  mayor. We all know that both  are honest upright men, sober  and industrious, pay their way,  and believe in the future of our  city, and may the best man win.  As to,the aldermen, it wo get  new blood, let us hope it will be,  red and vigorous. If any are  re-elected, may they turn over a  new leaf and   enforce   the   law  the present  situa-ion,   ought % to witIjout fear or favor; of   courge  be taken ont and shot, and  that there will be the usual desire of  upon hiring same,   I   immedi- those   who   dure   not     face    a  ately cancelled an  oider.  given contest,'to step in   by .acclama-  of expenditure nf Public and High  .Schools, year ending Dec.  sisr.itHfc,  Refund Water Co .... 7'25  Onl left from night schl       41 00  755 00  00 00  52 35  Clark & Stewart, Vim'r.  . -  00 70  A, Maxwell, con) and  freight hauling....  150 05  A. II. Peacey, drugs,  ���������  iul? and paper ......  47 05  W. MeLullim,.labor  .          ,  nud himbi.'t'   323 00  C. II. Tarbiill, caslingB  Ml 00  11, Grant & Co, lumber  70 50  AVin.   Potter, labor....  -li 00  Dr, MacNiitigliton  health inspection....  75 00  Iucidoutala...,   08 55  Richardson tfe ITornal  hauling ���������.,'..,.  10 00  0,0. [D.] Ltd, conl,...  101 DO  llollor & Kirkbrido  coal nud hiiulinn-   25 00  H.  I'lirlunsoii,   painlitig  127.60  T. \i, llulo, hardwnro  aupplioa,,,.   48 00  L. \V. Miiiiiib, wntor..,.  22 25  T. II, Carey, salary,.,.  00 00  1 uotago, UK^1.uun vjIo, ,  '    "C  oi)  rp.  Total expenditure 1012 $0,070 SO  THOMAS II, OAPiEV  Soerntarv Hoard of IVnafeiw  v  Cumberland, B, G,  J horoby certify to having ox-  amined tlio nbovo account and  found atiiuti corroct.  1\ ACTON  City Auditor for 1012  RECEIPTS FOR 1912  Gov't grant lo hcIiuoI . ."94,755 70  "       ���������'   eiinip pupil* 1,205 40  High S������1iomI Kww       ICH 00  iCitfiifjcl A, Maxwell...      UO 00  Total receipt, from  outside i-ity ,  Oity of Cumberland... ,13.115 45  5,255. 35  Total."...'.... #9,870 80  THOMAS II. OA11KY  Socrotiiry Hoard of Trustees  Cumberland, I). 0.  I' horeby certify to having examined the abovo accounts and  Co and eame correct,  P. ACTON  City Auditor for 1012  ' Mr, Chtis. Evans left on Wednesday inorning for Grunbrooke.  M, MoiiKou, M. P. P., was in  town last week, and met lhe  Hoard ol Tindo and Conservative Atsoeiation in the discussion of important, mutter* in con  nection with this city and district. Mr, Mnnson called here  on his wny to Victoria, to be  present.at the opening of the  legislat-iue.  , Seven chickens were sloh-'ii  I'roni W. T. White's hen house  on Mouday night, nml several  have lost coal and wood by the  same means,  it Is claimed tlmt ?6o,ooo lias  boen nent into Cumlwlnnd nnd  Ladysmithdy thc U., Al. W, oi  A. dining ihe strike.  The public  Wi-ulii   nsMut   liie  pest   office   officials  greatly by  mailing iheir letters uud papers  in tlie inside boxes wheu  the of  fice is open.  A Hteinner with 1010 - ew-cB ot  gitiitt pnv.'dev on honi-il, \>U������w up  in Naimitno harbor ou Wedny������.  day nl'ltniioon. (hoot. d.ini'M'e  war- don,) lu property in Kaiuii-  ino and at Ihoirfibiu l-lnn-l,  We did not lr.tr uf m������y liven be-  i"g lout.  this firm. .1 wish' to deny' sue!)  as coming fiom me, as neitW"  Mr. Lawrence nor auy employee  of tbis firm, ever said such to nie  Mr. Lawrence and myself uevW  discu?sed the situation.-, in anv  way. Thanking you Mr. Editor'  for this space in your -paper,  I remain, yours truly,   v  ', ���������"    "  ..   Wm.. Roy??  Mr. Lawrence wishes to' state  through, the- columns   of  this  * "       *  paper, that hereafter,   any ? o'he  circulating .any false, statements'  regarding him? will be  prosecuted to tho full extent of the law.  *       *    ���������> * . , .,  Editor News.  .Sir:.-" '  .'.;.>'  In a recent report iu your,paper of the*' meeting' of the , City  Council,' Alderman -> Beveridge  ���������PJoposedJtlvatLLhe-ciLy.'i.^cliaTtPT.  be surrendered���������a 'wise proposition, judging irom the last  j ears business methods of running .the' city. , Apart from the  new sidewalks, what lias .bee"  accomplished ? and there is ,se?  Vere :' criticism ibveltd' ngal&t-  them. In the matttr of ridiue  bicycles on -sidewalks; the paf-  liiridg ot horses, mules, cows  and-goats, not only on the streets,  but in the gardens, especially in  the gardens of thoso wlio took a  pride iu their'flowers and I'm it,  ���������sealcely any of which -were not  continually being eaten and tram  pled-down by these unlawfully  striding animals. Then the  crowds of men blocking the  sttccl through which a woman  could not pass without fear of  their expectorations and .open  vile language with occasional  fistic performance.*, all of which  are.uot only against the common  law, bul especially against the  rtty's by laws, yel a majority of  the council never gave us lhe  .slightest protection, although re-  pealed comphiinls wore made  through the pross nnd iu other  ways, further, as a city, W'e have  had the humiliation t<J see it pn  I iced aud taken over by the  government, under the excuse  of protecting the citizens. He-  cause of these and other condi  lions too uuinerious to mention,  Alderman Me ve ridge's motion  wns justifynble, and if thn new  council cannot tiike steps to protect ,1 heir supportci's, it. will hu  quite m order to petition lite  g verument to lake ovor ihe  city- for. good. We are foi A  tunute in having two aspirants j  for mayor, both of tlum good1.  citizens, citliei of whom if  sup- j  t-,/,.-i ,-,.1   1...   .   -     A   ll   -I    ,    Hi   ,  j/i>. .!.<.   ,.,tf   u, a^v.tt..v.,   vuHi    Si iu Hi-  ,  deuvour   to  live up lo ilndr n> l  i-ponsibiliiics, may   iai.se   Cum-1  berlnnd to the status of a   well j  governed     city.   Unfortunately;  uu attempt is being  inr.de to pre-  judic-.* the voters  :igaiu;.-l   um-.u!  the in,   iiresutn.'ibly   because   o!  politics, ihougli ihat i.s nol tht  ri'Of.on given,    Now sir, we do  uot want to he pirjiniced eiihci.  bet.tuse ol* his, pn!iti-s or his xo.  V'ijion, bur volo hh: lh? ma'i \vl:o  tidii if possible, but a man who  has not. the grit to fight for- the  position, is a doubtful , quantity  to represent us.  KIECTOR:   '  Aid, Peueridge did   not  move  for a surrender of the , city   char-  tor, but that a plebescito be taken  ur the master.���������Ed.  of Thc Council  The City Council held their  last session of the civic year on  Monday night,,a full board being present, with the exception  of Aidermmi  Cessford.  The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.  Constable Gray's report:���������  Scavenger, ?84.25; Police Court,  40.00; Hall Rent, 40.06;  Scales,  10 25.  Communication was received  -tronrAT'BrCra^v,foTd7*3"iir'"?wiiicir  he objected to the deduction of a  peddlers license from the amount  of his account against the city,  on the ground, tliat he did" uot  do a peddling business in the  'ciiy, aud lhat he had favored  the,city. ' The'council. failed to'  see where the Tavor came in, and  had proof- that, he did peddk  iu town. 'The Clerk was in-  s,ructed to write Mr, Crawford,  stating lhat if he would not consent to the deduction, the citv  would proceed to collect the  iicetire by law, and as the city-  had ordered the Clerk to make  the deduction, ihey would back  liim up in lho matter.  Tlie city's financial statement  fox 1912, was presentul aud accepted, aud ordered punted in  both of the local papers for one  i-3sue.  Aid. Beveridge atrked thc cost  of cement sidewalks. He was  informed that they had cost  ?9.i59 3������������ and Hint' $.'679.52 had  I icon paid into Ihe city treasury  011 Fidewalk account.  Aid. Willard moved, sec. by  Aid, Maxwell, that a vole of  thanks be tendered the mayor,  I'or the able aud impartial planner in which he has presided over the deliberations of rhe conn-  iii duriugthc past year���������carried.  The mayor thanked the council,  for J heir vote of thanks find for  their support dining the year,  This council adjourned.'  /~\WING to the .- unfavor-  V^ able weather conditions  we have decided to continue  our Great Discount Sale for  Three Days More, namely.: "  until Wednesday Evening,  January 22nd.    Do not miss  .this opportunity   afforded   by  ,  this extension of time.  MACFARLANE  BROS.  ���������the���������. ���������   ���������-  CORNER   STORE  j  i'  A  1  A  '   :  Miss Nina Whyte, who arrived  here .on   Friday eveuiug   on  a  shoft.visit to her-parents,   Mi.  '*.  and,Mrs. Chas,   Whyte, ��������� return- ''  ed to   Vancouver   by  Sunday^ y  boat..,,        '���������     .- '    '    ;    '  Mrs. T. McMcMiilau', Ml by  Sunday's boat en route for her  home at RevoJstoke.  Dr. Hicks returned last week  from a few days visit to Vancouver,  Nominations for   Mayor   and  Alderman on   Monday, were as  follows:   *  FOR MAYOR  ������������������JUex.-CampbeU���������2���������L_? u  Chas, Parnliam'  FOR ' ALDERMEN ;.  T, E. Banks  <T. D. McLean  E. C Emde  D.'R. MncDuinild  ���������W��������� Beveridge       A.- Maxwell     ,  J.Aspesi  , Jno. Miller  ii. Coe, jr.  Thos, Richards  FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE  Jas. L. Brown  Thos. Banneriuau  The election takes place at the  Magistrates' Office, Ciiy  Buildings, Thursday, Jan. lOtli,  The electors should be able to  select six good men aud true,  out of lhe ten that are qftering  for uldermanie honors,  The mayoralty contest is between two good men, ,ind it is  hard to tell which will' make the  better mayor, Iu our opinion, Dr. Kerr, dentist, will be at  it will be no walkover for thc^!*������������riennyjan. 29th, to Feb. 8th���������  mnn who is elcied,   James  I. inulunive.  Field Engineer,. Uartlelt, of  the C. N. R., arrived in town on  Sunday, He is heie iu connection with the bringing iiv cf tl.at  line to Cumberland.  It is satisfactory to learn that  some definite move is being  made in the matter.  Mrs.. Duncan Thomson left by  Sunday's boat cu route for Scotland. Mr. Thomson accompanied her as far aa Vancouver, and  may possibly go lo Scotland,  lie was undecided wheu we were  speaking to him on Sunday.  Brown   and   Thos.   Buiinetiii.-iii  are out for the seat 011 (liu School      ^Tl's< Mclntyro,  her daughter  Board, caused by T iust vo Smith's Mis. A. Maxwell Mid her club  loriu of olliee,, having expired,  Either of these Reiulemeii should  fill the bill.  ������o-  Frank^Dalby^hns resigned   his  position as customs collector, nn  drt'ii, left lnst   week   for  South  hairre, Washington,  the   lon.e  of Mrs, Mclntvro.  ������������������������-  The canvass is quito  livoly U  thc civic   elee'ious contest.    If  will resume his form or   position what both sides say provca true,  With the Colliery Company. we will have two mrtyors.  H  WE ARE NOW SHOWING A FINE RANGE OF  .'.BOYS'CLOTHING,..  In the noted "Sandford" make, also Men's Suits and Overcoats.  Full Stock of Rubber Goods Always  on KancL  Complete line of Eiderdown Comforters,  BLANKETS MADE Of fINE SCOfCH WOOL    ftMlNLUrfE SHIRTS, PILLOWS, ETC. IN STOCK.  CAMPBELL  BBOS. : <���������',*." -  i*������- .-  -5.,--.  I'a.-V,'r  ty  THE NEWS.; Cim^ERLAND. B. a  Ih*  IN THE  BALANCE  By L G, MOBERLY  Author ������t  -tftrt and Another.* "A T������������8W  Wtte,", "filn of Allwrt Dw  (nB." tt������^ ntQi  WARD, LOCK A CO., LIMIT*������  London, Melbourne and  Toronto  \  (OoattauUl,  Now, wo won't talk .about unpleasant anxieties any more, Miles broko  in on.-her thoughts, wo wiil only live  an hour at a time, ami hero come thc  people who aro exactly calculated to  help us to do it. Dorothy smiled re-  apcnsivel.", .as Dick Bevan and Betty  appeared round the bend ot the terrace, tho artist talking In Quick,  earnest tones, the girl at his side looking up at him with nn expression  upon hev faco that mado Dorothy catch  hn breath.  Uow she loves him, she whispere'd,  and what an Ideal pair of lovers they  aie.  We had fo como? Hetty exclaimed,  as'soon as they wero within earshot,  and .leaving Bevan, sho ,came quickly  io Dorothy's side, we had'lo come off  at once to tell Sir Miles liow glad we  are, and to tell you that���������that it is  only what, you both deserve! .  ���������  Her faco was alight.with sympathetic joy, sho put' lier nrms'-'round Dorothy, and kissed her. warmly, whilst,  Bevan shook hands .with'Miles,- saying  in his soft, dreamy voice���������  And now I shall bo able to finish  your portrait; if only -I could have  had you in silver armour, what a much  hotter portrait,it would have made!  But then what a fool 1 should have  looked for posterity; Miles answered  ruefully, what business has a twentieth cenInr;r personage to go about  aping'a' knight of the Round Table?  You shall luive tho sitting by all  means, my dear fellow^ but let me  wear my brown coat as heretofore.  I am takirg the cottago just inside  your park cates, if you endorse your  agent's consent, Bevan continued; I  can't go ba^k to the city of dreadful  night, after living amongst orchards  and commons and -Betty���������ho   paused  arid'looked r.t tho girl's flushed faco.  Detty is coming to take care of the  cottage, and of me!  Mother says, the girl exclaimed, that  we shall just bo a pair of babies and  that lf either of us ever get any din-  nor, pr, ever do anything like rational  ��������� beings, she will be very much surprised, But some day, I mean to  develop into a notable housewife.  .When I am not palntinfe you,-Bevan  ���������put In, but I am going to paint lior almost all tho time!  Oh, poor Botly, Doro.hy exclaimed.  And oh, tho poor public, said Betty,  Uiey will get so tired of the painter's  wife, the painter's wife, ad nauseam.  They will call you ' a monomaniac,  Dick���������just a one ideal man, nothing  more.  Talking of monomaniacs, reminds  me. Bevan said, coming out "of the  Clouds and speaking'gravely. I saw  tho doctor ns I came through tlio village and ho told mo'of something  ho had just hoard about Soames, the  lawyor, tho man who murdered poor  youug Trltton. ' ..  qHAPTER XX.YI  A Chance of Life  In Oliver Dynccourt's consulting  room, the heavy air of- aa Augimt  morning folt sultry and stale, Tho  windows woro oponod to their widest,  but no refreshing breeze entered the  room, only that odor of dust and a  used-up atmosphere, no woll known  to thoso who aro forced to Bpenfl August in London. The surgeon, though  quite recovered from hia rncont illness  Htlll looked pulo and worn, and us  lio sat writing ut lils tablo It was obvious that hln work wiih nn effort to  liim, for ho frewnod us lio wrote, uml  SALT H ME  thero were long pauses In liis writing, pauses during which he stared  out at the back, of tlid bouses opposite bis -window, and the strip of hot"  cloudless sky above the house tops.  A fleeting vision ot Man.mere crossed his mind, of, Mansmere as he had  seou it on that summer"ovoning, whon  ho liad mot Dorothy by tho wicket  gato in the park. Tho cool broezo that  hud sung nmoris tho troo tops, the  lllckcrihg sunlight on tho groon of  the grass, tho fragrance of wild roses  and honeysuoklo, all tho lovolinoss of  an KngliBh Juno, mingled with his re-  nibiubrancQ of tho woman ho loved,  and mado that memory more ponotra-  thirty sweet,  And one-day 1 shall be master of  all that fair domain, was tho thought  that stirred within liim, unless, but  there can't lo any unless, thore shall  not bo any unless. ' Tho last ob-  Klaclo is out of tiio way, now that  Soames Ss dead, .  With an extraordinary sonse of relief he recalled his own sensations  on the day. now three weeks ago,  when thoy had byought him the tidings of tho lawyer's death, lie was  still in bod i.n the hospital, still scarcely iiblo to movo or to think consecutively, when Sister Claro had come to  him, and broken to him gently that  the man who had injured him waB no  .more. How or Why ho had come  there, nobody knew, ��������� unless that  strange attraction? which draws a  murderer back to tho sceno of his  crime had drawn'this madman back  to lhe place whero,ho had killed Trit-  ton. Nobody would ever know the  truth. But Edward Soames had bepn  found���������dead- -in tho very room where  Denis Tritton had lain awaiting burial, tho room where tender-hearted  Betty, had brought flowers to put into  Tvltton's dead hands'? .  ' Whether t1 e madman had lurked in  the copse, watching- his opportunity  to enter tho cottage, seeing where the  old caretaker hid the key when he  shut up tho house for the night, will  nover be known. But he was found  there in tlu morning, sunk down ln  tho armchair by tho -fireplace, dead,  eo the doctor declared, from, exposure  and exhaustion.  So there would never be any trial,  was Dynecourt's first thought, never  any fear now that tlie man's wandering wits would lead him to blurt out  unpleasant and unnecessary truths;  no one now need ever know, would  ever know, of that bargain struck between tho lawyer and the surgeon,  of that trafficking with the future,  wliich might havo looked co strange if  told in a court of law, sounded so  strange in tl*.e ears of tha woman who  loved him. There were no more  risks now���������unless, no, he would not  allow that word unless to enter into  his calculations at all, there was to  be no unless. It was quite unlikely  'that-Mlle^flCTn^reT^wouI'd-^!!!������-^  mmrnVM  iiMnnmnmfa.  y*Sti  llriiy mid It. hml  $1 Ia  burning huh Ha I  ._ YsiY   canned mo a k  <C,\mm_    /V".11"''-' J''     ''nm0  \\~-//f   1ioii������Jh In tli������i fall i  11///   tliero  till  after  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That'. Why You're Tired���������Out of  SotU���������Hati no Appttltt.  CARTER'S LITTLE  UVER PILLS  will put you right  in ��������� tew a������y������.  They do  their duly.  "Cure  Constipation,  BHiousntis, Iniigution, tni Sick Headache.  Small PHI, Smnll Dote, Small Price.  Genuine muettcu Signature  WfwwBWiniiiiinminin  . A Miraculous Escape  A mishap befell a steamboat tripper  on the West CoaBt last summer. In  common with others he found muoh? enjoyment in watching the engines at  work. . There wero several doors  around and above the engine-room and  he was interestedly following the  movements of the engineer through'  one of these when a crowd came suddenly along tho passage, tho prossuro  being so great that tho <loor gavo way  and he was hurled; as it seomod, into  ilio midst of tha moving machinery and  lost consciousness,  When he came to on the upper deck  he was informed that a moment bo-  fore ho fell the starboard engine had  been stopped, as tho boat was just  rounding in, and it was found that he  had simply received a few bruises.  It was a miraculous escapo from what  might, havo been a fearful death.  Labby and the Brigand  ��������� Brigandage ln Mexico was a common  profession ar.d had its rules, The  lato, Mr. Labouchero was once for  some weeks at a sugiu- plantation near  a smnll provincial town in Mexico.'ln  the town ll"ed a? brigand. lie was  highly esteemed by jilsntfighbors, and,  said Mr. Labonch..o, I passed many  a pleasant evening wllh him and his  family. His daughter was a beauty,  and this eslimablo .went was,amassing a little fortuno for her.  His habit was to ride at night to the  road between Mexico and Vera Cruz  with two or three associates, and to  levy- contributions on tho diligence.  When 1 left tht town] wanted to strike  tills road and 1 went with liim ahd his  friends. We reached it-at about six  in the morn.'ng. ..Having partaken of  chocolate, the brigands posted themselves behind some rocks; and I look:  ed on. Soon the diligence was seen  approaching Thc brigands emerged  and the coachman slopped; the passengers were requested to descend,  and wero politely eased of their  money.  "The passengers then took their  places again iri the coach and it. drove  off, whllo ' the brifiuiids- courteously  bowed to them. So honest ? wore  they in theli peculiar way that they  wished me to take my share in the  spoil; but this, of course, my. standard  of morality being different from theirs,  I declined. My . estimable friends  then retired into a nolgrborlng church  to givo thanks for Uio success of. their  enterprise arid I wished them goodbye. Riding on to Puecla, I dined  at a tuble d'hote (hat evening, with  the despoiled travellers, and adds Mr.  Labouchere, waa greatly amused to  hear them wcount-the valorous manner in which they had defended them-  la"st"'nad"to"  Deafnesr Cannot bo Cured  by local applications, as Uiey cannot  reach tho dliicused portion of tho ear.  There la only one wuy to cur������ deafness,  and Umt is I), constitutional remedies.  Deafness lu caubed by an Inflamed condition of the ir.ueoiiH lining of tho Euc-  lachlan Tube. When this tube ls Inflamed you have a rumbling pound or  imperfect lieaiing. mid when it. 1h entirely cksed, Donlne^s.is the result, and unless Alie inflammation con be taken out  and this tube restored to Its'normal condition, hearing -will bo destroyed for ever;  nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing- but nn Inflamed  condition  of thp mucous surfaces,'   -  Wo-will /ji-e One Hundred,Dollars for  any caso of Deafness (caused by catarrh)  that' cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Curo.      Send  ror  circulars,  freo.   ������������������  F. d. CHENEY" & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by Di-UBKlstc. 75c.    ,  Tako Hull's Family PM. for constipation.     '  ^*mJI  Si  When You Get  Run Down  KA������DNU>00.  ���������catch- cold easily���������and dread, instead of  erijoylng.thekeen winter weather-thenyou need  Na-Dru-Co Tasteless  Preparation of  Cod Liver Oil  This Na-Dru-Co Compound embodies the well-known nutritive and  curative elements of Cod Liver Oil���������Hypophosphite3 to build up the  nerves���������Extract of Wild Cherry to act on the lungs ar.d bronchial tubes���������  and Extract of Malt, which, besides containing valuable nutriment Itself,  helps the weakened digestive organs to assimilate other food.  Tlia ditagreeable Uttc of raw Cod Liver Oil it entirely- ab������ent,  and lho Compound ls decidedly .pleasant to take. In 50c. and $1.00  bottles, at your Druggist's. , ~      '   306  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED.  Formed Watery Pimples, Itchy and  Had Horrible Burning Sensation,  Lost Somo of Finger Nails, Could  Not Opon Hands, Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment,   *   2.15 X. LIsrhi- fit,, Toronto, Onliuii),���������  " |.'ur������(>vnji/j,',M,s T hnvo liumi (roublod with  flult-i'liouiii, It camo nut on my IiiukIh nnd  /i-^-tvP''' \ r������ni,t'(l li',l(1 "fwatery pimple*  iilfi. hi'rOj "'1 over them which lieermio  '$  \?)$  "<','y "', "' ���������", "' ,mi'rl,,ln  Ion which  Jv^l^    miiiiicil 1110 11 Kooii {|i;u.l of  rnmo out on my  land riminl'ii'd  after nprliif..    I  (ltiRP-MiMW by thn (lNeaso. IVirlni. thU  leiiKth of i,lmi> I wan iiiiorly uhcIiim, art 1  t'iiulil not ojxni my hand*). I trlwl Miveral  other pMi-nt .neillelm-i wltlioul i\ Ml of  relief. Somo of my frlendi inlvlieil nm lo  Iry.Culleurn, Iteninilliis ko I Merit, for Kiunjile.  nncl Iiv ntlni������ tliem tlmivi ������������i . invit |m.  jiraveiiieiit. Tlii-ii I went tn llm ilruifKUt  nml hniijcht one enl.'ii a\* f'ulleiini Sou., and  l wo boxes of tJutlcuriif llntnii'iu; nfier n<ftn\t  llieni J nm itlad to say I nm eomnletely  cured, I luul (;lveti up nil hopo of bcltif.  wired. I enn imy to nil llioao \tl\ti huvu  ��������� fluttered w I havo, not lo Ioso t-ouroBu but'  lo iiUii t'utlc-.ia Iknii-.Ilii .1 fair trl.il,"  (HldtR'd) MIm Millar) Irwin, Oi;l��������� 1,'), Kill,  I'or more thnn n |jrn<,,ra'lf>rt f 'M'l'-nr.i Htin\f  ami Cmlcurii Oliitnii'iil. liiiUi n,'i'iTiled liii.i  mont ofonomlrnl lrent ment for nffw'tlona of  Ibe ikjiiti Ami sculp Hint torture, It'll, burn,  I'-iili', iind de-.lriiy hl';ep. .wiitil cverywlii'i-i.  Fnmpl'o nf I'tir-li niitlleil free, villi :ii_-i>. Hlrtn  5tof.!i, AiWri-H l������> t <-.'inl T'nttir Uni^Ac  CJiiju. Corn., l)(-i>l. Ml). Ilu.lo'1, 1.', H. A.  eee him, until the possibilities of���������  of doing anything for hini, wero gono  by for ever; until, in fact, it was too  late. And it was not part of a surgeon's duty to summon a patient to  come and sne him. ' Tho' patient  must of cou.'se como of-his own accord, to ask him to do so would be������������������  unprofessional, self-advertising, out of  the question, His path was certainly opening out before him now, with  comfortablo tnioothneas; -conscience  had been bo' successfully trampled  upon, that Ht voice was seldom or  nover uplifted; ho could look with  complacency towards the future, tho  golden future when lie and Dorothy���������  This gentleman wished to soo you,  sir. The parlormaid who, during  consulting hours, took charge of tho  front door, entered tho room, nnd put  a card into Dynccourt's (hand.  Sir .Miles Hernesley.  Tho words danced for a moment  beforo tho surgeon's oyefl, but Ills  voico was quite firm, Quito unmoved  as h$ said���������  1 can soo Sir Milea ut onco. Show  him in.  And just as in (speaking lo the servant his volco had been-quite .normal,  so in rising to greet his patient his  manner wns quiet nnd ordinary, betraying nothing oi! lho turmoil tlmt  nigod within him. As Sir Miles' nd-  viuiced-from tlio doorway and seated  hlniHolf In tho strong llRht that fell  upon tho chnlr .Dynecourt pushed forward for hh'.i/Uio surgoon road in his  fnco tho marks of all ho had endured  (luring tho' sunponHP and iinxlct.y foi-  lowing upon TrltUm'H lnurilor. 'flip  grey eyes wero a llltlo mnikon, ih'ortv  wiih a drawn look about tho moujli,  lils nnslrlli were a lU.llo pinched, and  he boro Ilio iipiuMinineo of 11 mnn' who  linn just rlHcn from a bod of iiicknosH,  Um, lho gluiico in hln eyes wuh us  clour mul iiiidaiintod ub before, nnd  I hero wiih :\ tmlla on IiIh faco, at he  und DyiKicoui'l shook htiifiln.  1 hnvo come to you before ilio time,  ho mild to Uyneeourt, who observed  uh lie luul ohHurvfttl boforo, how Hlng*  ulnrly charming wat IiIh voice; you  lold 1110 you would llko 1o hoo mo In  nix nii'iiitliH, but 1 hnvo not boon fooling qiiilo ho fit lately, nnd my wlfo  waulod mo to ("oiihuII. you,  Your wlfo'' Tho words dropped involuntarily from Dynccourl'fl UpH,  nud ho hopi-il that IiIh visitor waa not  liwriro of lho .nolo of hiu'IU-Iho In the  question, Kir MIIoh wiih too Intent,  on IiIh own thought!) In notice tho sur-  prlHc, though ho replied lu tho actual  words,  Yoh, my wlro Ium boon worrying  nbout 1110.     Of cmirso you know wo  iiiiil.'   -,,lU|   lt   frn,ft   ili ..1   m[  ill,.*..i..J    j.Ut:  lv? mul '.ft\o Ih nfi-niil It linn dnmnged  inii, 1 liavo oomo to bother you,  piiiiolpnlly to plimHo hur. I vmiion'i-  lior you told nu' that In my e.nto there  wiih nothing to bc done. I Imvo not,  como to you vlih nny mined expoctn-  \ loll*.  To hear Huh man upeiili of Dorothy's  niiNioty about him, and to hear hev  numod an hln wife, wnn gull and  wormwood to Dynecourt, nml an al-  lnoHl, Fiiivni'o oxiiltntloii thrilled  through litin nf IJe.i-iiOflloy'H hint wordn.  I ItiVo  not   como tn ymi  wllh  any  J-lllM ll   OXfieAllllonH.  Well mul mood, Ilo expected noth-  Inc. Why ilK-n iihould ho reeolve  anything? Ho would nen-r luiow of  ihat cf.o lu the hoHpltal wnn'i. tliat  c.ato thnt rin'on Hiich no pnrnlli'l lo  II Ui own, ih" i-iiHft In which opoivtlon  !'.;���������������!  been   .0���������  (To bo Contlnimil)  selves, and "how lliey'  succumb to numbers.  at"  Holloway's Corn Curo    takes  corn out by the roots.      Try it  prove It.  the  and  A banker h. an American town, having a bald head, was in the hatiit of  wearing hia -Jial "during business'  hours. . Evcry week a��������� negro workman or the railway presented a cheque  f.,r hia wages, and'one" day as he put  his money in a greasy wallet the banker said to him:  Look here. Moses, why don't-you let  some of that money,stay in the bank  and earn interest for you?  - Oh. no, boss replied the darky, with  a glance at tho banker's bat. - 1'se  jes' af eared. You lool: like you was  always ready to start off somewlicrcs.  In the-Soup  Fairly rooking of tlio salt sea waves  tho two mariners strolled into a chenp  restaurant uii'l -ordered    n   dinners  They wero captain und mate, ashore  after a long trip.  In a few minutes tho somewhat  grimy waiter appeared, and with an  airy flourish, depoiiiled beforo the  sea-dogs two platen of some thin, anaemic-looking liquid,  Ahoy, thero! barked the skipper, as  his eyo ..fell upon tho concoction.  What in tho namo o������ Neptune is this?  Tho waiter bowed gracefully, arranged his nnpkln in tlio proper position,'  and ropliod, in lordly tones:       .    .  Soup, sir.  Then It was Hint the, grizzled captain flew Into Biioh tils of'laughter that  ho nearly brought lours to his oyes.  BUI, ho r-rlod, Riving tho mato a  mighty nudge, hevo'11 news, iny lad!  Horo'B you and nio thoso forty yenrs  boon sntling on soup,  MOTHERS RECOMMEND  BABYVOWN TABLETS  Mothers having once used Baby's  Own .Tablets for their little ones will  always be found using, them as long  as there is a baby in the home. The  Tablets are acknowledged by thousands, of'modiers as being their, best,  friend in keeping..the little ones well.  Whether it bo constipation, colic, in-  digi-stlon'or worms; whether baby is  suffering fr.m cold -or has simple  'fever-,-or-whethei--his-teothing-is-difii-^  cult, the Tablets are the one safe  remedy which will speedily cure him.  They are guaranteed by a government analyst to contain not ori'c particle of harmful drug - and may be  given with ��������� benefit' to the new-born  babe or growrng child. Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  bos from The Dr." "Williams' Medicino  Co,, Brockv'lie, Ont.  PERRIN  GLOVES  The standard  of excellence  in kid gloves.  Both Satisfied  A hunter .sot out 0110 day lo hunt,  and a pnnthur Bet out,at the samo timo  to entv"*   ���������>  I must Imvo a fur conl; said tho  hunter. .  I, finld thc panthor, must hnvo 11.  (II nil or.  Somo hourn lator' In a lonely .wood  lho puntlior anil thfl him tor mot,  Ah,- pnld the hunter, gaily levelling  IiIh gun, horo In my fur ovorront.  ��������� And ho shot, but tlio panther dodging behind a troo, OHoaped unhurt.  Then tho panthor i-unlied forth beforo tho hunter could reload.     -  Anal hen'o my illnnor, onld tho  panther. And ln> foil upon tlio hunter and dovourod lilm.  Thim oach got wlmt ho wanted, tho  huntor Rottlnr. hia fur ovoi'cout nud  tho panther liln dinner.  Mlnard'e   Liniment Cures  Garget  In  Cows  What Had She Been Doing?  A teacher in a local Sunday scliool  desired to r������_.rove a small boy. .Tohn-  nlo, she said, quite solemnly, I'm  afraid I Blnll never meet you in tho  better land.  .Tohnnio put on a loo): of astonishment. Whv, teacher, he asked, whatever havo yo   been a-doing of now?  A doctor and his friend were out  walking logothor one day and passed .by some houses which tho doctor  had built and owned, and which he  could soldom lot. Tho doctor ro-  .marked to his friend:  1 lost mo'i'cy whon T built those  houses,  Yes, said his frlon.d, what you gained hi iho postlo you lost in the mortar  Among bachelors between lho ages  of HO and 45 'he mortality is vary high  ���������27 por cent; among mnrriod mon of  thoso ages U Ib only 18 per cent,  NO MEDICINE   -  But Chnnae     of   Food   Gave  Relief .  Final  , Over throo nnd 11 qunrtor millions,  or moi'o than 7-1 por oont; of tho on-  tiro populut^n of Ireland, profosH tho  llnmnn Catholic fnllli.  CoiiBtantli-opIo, lho capltul of Turkey, has 11 population of moro than a  million.  _ 111 1 mm  A Purely VeaetnbU Pill.���������Tho ohlof  l-ioW'-'!!.'���������''���������'.A- A Vwmo]oo'e Vi*;;ctablc  VIUm nro infa'-dnilin nnd dnndollon, bo-  dntlvo and purgative, but pon'oclly  harmloHH m their notion. Thoy  cleanse mid purify nnd have a most  healthful off *ct upon fho nniirotlonu  of tho dlrvxitlvo orgnim. Tho dyg-  nit.Mr- r 1 nil 'ill wlm miffev rnm livor  and Kidney iiilmenlfi will find In thoso  plllt tho inor.t nlfotilivo medlclno In  concentrate I form Umt hau yet boon  offered to in. Buffering.  m.*> * m*tm*m"n  VJ. N.  U. S24  On OnioV'i- 2fllh, 112(1, thr- IMiind of  fill',-:,  iv.-is   IWc'iverrd.  Home men wore dlHCiiHulni. tho mid-  don death of a nnlKlibor' who had left  a rather h.lplcim fnmlly.  And lho wnxt nf It Is, ftrild one, that  thero isn't ������������������������ o of IIidho boy-H that has  tlio head lo till liln fntljor'u ulioos,  Minard's Liniment Cures  Diphtheria  The 'ivnn.it���������That collar l'vo rontod  off you Ih full of ruin.  Landlord���������Ureal K'������fnin(*HH, mnnl  What do >'(>a expect for flvo .hllllnga  a v,*et'k--wh''to mlco?  MoRt dlso'i&cfl ntart In tho aliment-'  ary canal���������Rtomnch and bowols.  A great J wil of our utomticli and  bowl lrouhb.li coiiio from oallng too  much Htaroby nnd greasy food,  Tho Htonvmh does not dlgoHl any of  Mm starchy food wo oat���������whlto broad,  piiHtry, potatooH, oatii, etc.���������thouo  (lilnga uro dlgoHtod ln tho Hinnll in-  toRtlnoB and If wo oat too muoh, as  niOHt of uh do, the orgnnH that should  dlgost thin kind nf food aroovycomo  by oxoofls of work, so that formenta-  tlon, indigestion, and a long train of  alls result,  Too muoh fat uIbo Ib hard to dlgoHt  and this In changed Into ncldn, Hour  stomach, luV.hlng gnu, and a bloated,  hoavy feolliiK.  In thoHO conillUonn a chango from  lndlgoBtlhlo fooilu to arapo-,Niita will  work wondorB In not only relieving tho  dlfltrosH but i.i building up n strong  d!g<*tlon, eloar brain ami Btcady  norvoB,  ,\ woman wrllen:  "About flvo yoars ago I suffered  witli bud BiuniHdh���������d>B)jO|Mlii, iningos-  lion, r-orinl'.Mitlon���������-cnncr-il, T know  now, from ovevoatlng Htarchy nnd  gronHy food,  "I iloctorod for two years without  uny bonollt, Tho doctor lold mo  tliero wnn .id curo for mc. 1 could  not tat n.u>i1������hiiii Vill'.o'itl hu'iViiii^ b������--  vnro pain In my hack and bldcn, and  I became discouraged.  ",������V friend rocommondod Orapo-Nnta  nnd' I began to use It. Tn Iorb than  two wookB l.bc.an to foci bettor and  MBldo of two months I wan a well  wotvim nnd f.nvn boon ovor Blnce.  "I cau out anything I wIbIi with  plenBiiro. Wo cat Orapc-Niitd and  croiini for breakfast and nro very fond  of It." N;\mo glvon by Canadian  Vniilum Oo , Windsor, Ont.  Jtmid tho ,Ittlo hook, "Tho Uontl to  Wollville," ������n pkgs.   "Thero'B a rca-  ������<������������������������������������"  Ever rend .he above letter? A new  one appears from time to timo, Thoy  nre .ermine  true, and full of human  Intercut.  SHIP YOUR QRA.IN TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  Grain Comml������jlon Merchant*- .      Wlnnlpao, Manitoba  Make BlllB Laatng read: Port Arthur'or Fcvt TVilllim.0 Is'otlfy Peter Janscn  Co., Winnipeg. - ,, '       .- * /  Liberal Adv^r-cea Prompt Returna Baet Grades  Advantages and Saving by Using  In UU. writing, we desire to,put beforo o,u* WeBtern Farmers, tho  saving and advantage of loading grain dlreo4. on earn, Shipping grain,  through ah elevator, it matters not whether a Government elevator or  one run by an elevator company, or individual owner, does : not   add  the leaEl fraotlon of a cent to the value of ;he grain, nor does it give *  the farmer any better chance of marketing it to advantage than when  loaded direct on care.   But loading direct .jn earn cuts out in the first,  placo the elovator charge, which is usually l%o.    per   buBhel,   say'  $17.60 on a'.thousand bushel car.,    Tho elevator ��������� dockage' is   also "  saved- this may be worth more -or leas, depending partly on how dirty  the grain ls, but mostly on tho farmer's ability in holding his own  with the elovator man taking it in.     On tho average   tho   dockage  may be conoidered worth 80 per luBhel to the farmer, or say $80 per  car of 1,000 bushels,     When grain is loadad direct into car over tho  Loading Platform, the farmor known for sure that it Ib IiIb vory own ���������  grain that wlll he graded by the InBfeeclor, and that he -will   without'  doubt receivo tho full and exact outturn of ills car nt whichever terminal elevator lt is unloaded; for all grain 's unloaded from the care  under government auperlntcndanoe and welshed by properly qualified  government welghmen under tho rules and rupervision of tho Dominion'Government Board of Grain CommjBslor.prB.  Of "ourso, it makes no difference in our loading of the farmers''  grain whether it has boen shipped through an elevator or over the  Loading, Platform, but lt can easily bo seon from what wo have -stated  above where the farmer's advantage lies, when it eaves him around  $50 or moro on ovory car he Bhlps,  We continue to act au tho farmers' agent in looking after and die-  poBlnr of carlot,shipments of wheat, oatn, barley and flax strictly on ,  a .commission of 1 oent por bushel, Wo tre not connected with,  nor liuoroBted in any elevator companies or elevators, either local or  terminal, nolther are wo track buyers, ln fact,. wo nevor buy farm-  ora' grain on our own account, but, only to hr.ndlo and dispose of tho  grain fhtrusted to ub as the ugont��������� of those who employ ub. Many  ' years' experience with a wide connection and ample facilities for'en-  fjagind! ln this special branch of the grain trail0, have given ua a reputation of tho highest character ln it. ' Wt mako liberal,advanoos  on car bills of lading. - Wrlto us for Hhlpplhg liiBtructlonB and market information, . Wo glvo ns references to our reliability, efficiency  and financial standing any city or country Bank Manngerln Western  Cnnada  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  701-703 Y Grain  Exchange.  Winnipeg, Canada.  aamaoLwatamnsa  8  mBtWM  REST DURING THE LONG WINTER MONTHS  Tho wintor months nro naturo'B own timo for rest and rocuporatlon,  Why not surround yourself with idonl conditions for rebuilding your  nervoiiii syntom, Mako n. determined effort to oradlcato that old  stand,ng Nervous Diseaso, Ilhounintintn, Stomach, Liver and Kidney  trouble, Constipation, Skin disease, Obosity Bright's Dlsoauo, Diabetes  You arc under tho watchful caro of a phyHiclan who .haa (as woll ns  tho ufl'ial mnthods of treatnlont) at his command, poworful ouratlvo  agenclos In tho Eloctrlo Treatment!!, MJnor.il Springs baths, Eloctrlo  Light Bath., Needle nnd Spray Baths, Continuous Baths, Massage,  etc,  Tho Mlnornl water exercises a marked Influonco In incroiiBlng oxidation and elimination, thus promoting a bettor nutrition.  Wrlto to  Dr. A. D. CAHOCALLEN, ?up������!������ln*ent!eiit.  TIIE WINNIPEG  MINERAL  SPRINGS  SANITARIUM  Elmwood Winnipeg Manitoba  I  Not to be eruig-W  Farmer (on one sld oof tho hodgo to  boy on tho othor eldo): Now then, my  hid, didn't I toll you not lo lot mo  catoh you h?ro ngnln.  Boy (preparing to run): All right,  don't mako a fuss. You ain't" caught  mo yotl  Abmit n million tourlBts vl������lt lho  Aip������ tndi y-itj, of whom nbout twenty  four nro kilted In accldonts,  Isn't your con rather young to Join  tho Army? nald a roorultlng sergeant  to nn old laJ,y, who brought a boy of  fourteen to hlni to enlltt,  Why, no, nho replied. You too, I  want him to Join tho Infantry,  Ium. Old -Story  Good-morning, madam! l'vo called  about, tho (iiiartor'H ratos.  So spoko tho rnto-collcctor ingratiatingly,  Tlio. lndy of tho houso eyed him  coolly.    Hho'd got lho monoy ready,  Gooil-morrilng, thn ropliod amiably,  but I can't nay I'm rxaotly glad to  seo you,  Thon that'll whoro you differ from  most of 'em, retortod tho visitor,  A lot of ihem lllie mo oo much that,  thoy nearly Always nsk mo to cull  a gain I  Tho Jteynl N'nMnnnJ Lifeboat hitlh  tutloh wan founded lu 182-1, and by  1888 hml unvrd n3,l!43 lives.  r  & . ..---?���������-.- ���������  lsii______-:'  i;</i\  h Y v  k'i  THE..NEWS.- CIB1KEHLA"ND. B. a  !  8  l;  *  illl  I  1  i,l>  I I1'  \y.A  t&Reys  EXTRA mi C   !  FOR LARGE MEN  STRONC.ROOMY.  &COMF0RTABLE.  Jttflll  *vUfi' ���������,'.s''---..;,;v  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doora aouth of C.P.R. Dopo4  Rate* I'i.60 to $2.00 p*r day  Culalne unexcelled  Hat And cold weter In evory raora  Hate)   practically   Flrsprool  All Outaide Rooma  'Oil  ft  '1  j  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AHD CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Svrup 1ms b?ea  used for over SIXTY YEARS by M1I,IV10N8 of  MOTilEKS for their CHII,DRKN \VII1I,K  THKTIIING, with 1'ERl'ECT SUCCESS- It  SOOTHES tlie CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all l'AIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for D1ARRIICEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Svrup," antl take no other  kind.' Twenty-five ceuts a bottle.  A ntyntli. Learn ������, now firofogKloii.  Kovoii Weiilcs, -\V*o havoiob. fort)u-������>o  hi'.iulr.d umu beforo May 1st, 1018.  INDIANA SCHOOL OF TRAGTIONEERiNG  *��������� 100 PINE LAKE AVE., LAP0RTE, IND.  J  i-l'     ''  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers.and Boilermakers  Bollurs ���������ot , all ,   kinds���������Eb<_1qm.  Piunpo, and Heavy "Plais Work    -  -"W"dt<������-U3-far-Prlcei ���������"���������  14 Strachan Ave?, Toronto, Canada  BROKEN       CYLINDERS       AND  .   ALUMINUM CRANK CASES  nnd all Motals, welded to perfection  .by tho Oxy-Acotylono Process ,,,  'THE   HUB   WELDING   CO?,      '  Rear of 253 Sherbrooke Street,  Winnipeg ...  W   -    7  SKATES  HOCKEY GOODS  "Boawcl'l" Tubo Skates and, Handmade Ilockoy Sticks nro used by  tho champions.     We sell them,  Send for Catalogue  No.   BIT  The Kingston Smith Arms Co.,  .   Limited  Winnipeg, Manitoba  .1- f    .<  1 ���������  CIA  Ilobert  this pnper.  COWS QIVE MORE MILK  ���������cnttlo make bettor bo.et���������  Hullo nro no longor .dnnBor-  oub when dnhorncul with tho  KEYSTONE DEHORNER  C'utH 4 Blrlon at oncc~No  oniHlilnfr or brulHlng. JJttlo  pnin. Tlin ������������������ only iwninno  iiip.tliod, Wrlto tor froo booklet.  R, H. MoKENNA,-   ,  Bt.  Toronto, Ont.' Mention  '������ .  Knights nl the Road In Embryo  Tlio ofllco boy luul boon fllaaovorofl  In n He. It wan not ono of tho ordinary provnrlciUlonfl of our ovory day  world, but quito a norlous and dollbor-  atoly rnondncloiin effort,  Ho you know, my hid uskod a Rrlzaly  clorlc in kind tonos, what becomes ot  boyH wlio tnllo with tho truth?  /Ay, waa tno confident roply, lho  bOBB Hondn thom out travolllnff wlion  thoy grow up.  AnBwored  Why do yr.Vi put tho hair of nuothor,  woman on vour hoad? ho askod bo-  vorcly,  Why do you, sho ropliod nwootly,  put tho ukln of nnoUior calf ou your  foot?  >4tiSflflS8&taiiv  |0o, ������ box or six boxes tor J2.80,  it all dealers, or Ths Dodds Medl-  otna Company! Limited, Toronto,  Canar/a.  Always so Business-Like  Business -was the beginning and ������nd  of his life. , He'd got married, but lt  was In a spare moment between organizing a great bargain sale, and  dismissing tho errand-boy.  One day, when the third baby was  four w,eolcs old, his wlfo came bustling Into hia office.  Isn't It lovely, dear? she gurglod.  Father has sent us Ave pounds for our  new baby. -   '  He never looked"up from "the" accounts -he was making up,  RIght-ho! ho murmured abstractedly. You wrap him up, and post the  parcel, while I write out the receipt  for the money. .,.-"���������  Health Restored  Gained 29 Pounds  MANY   YEARS   AN   INVALID���������UNTOLD-AGONY FROM HEAD- .  ACHES  Dizziness, Sinking Spells ahd Excess-  ',' Ive Weakness Disappear With  Use of  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Nearly every woman will read with  interest tho letter of Mrs. Geo'. Bradshaw, .quoted below. It tells of  years of. grrv:t suffering from? Nervous  Headache and other symptoms arising  fi-om weak, watery blood and a starved and exhausted. condition of tlie  nervous system.  Mrs. Georgo Bradshaw, Cosy Nook,  I-Iai'lowe; Ont., pyrites:���������"I am glad  to'stats that I received benefits from  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food which.I failed to get a.iy place else. I was  troubled-for many year's in fact from  my early womanhood, with -- weak,  watery' blood, and given to dropsy.  I suffered uniold agonies' from nervous  sick headaches, dizziness, and sinking  spells? in fact was a semi-invalid for  many years. I tried many.kinds'of  patent merll.lnes, and got no help, and  tried every new doctor that' ca'ine  along, biit all failed to help mo. Doctors told mo I had no blood," and that  my heart aiyl kidneys were diseased;  and . that' I had so many complaints  thero was not much use ln doctoring  up one or two.. -Four-years ago I  tool; six'boxea of Dr. ' Chase's " Nerve  Food, and-was glad to seo I felt better, and then got six more, and they  have cured r.ie of; many of" my com-,  plaints?-When I began," taking Nerve  Food I welshed. 110' pounds and to-day  I^,w-oigh-139._and-an_-45-yearslol-d-   Dr. Chas.Vs- Nerve Food, 50c. a  box. G for $2.50, at,all dealers or  Edmauson, Bates & Co.,'Limited, Toronto. -    ,  The Artful Porter  The- late Sir James Allport, then  Mr. Allport, when manager of the  Midland lilio, once visited a-Binall-sta-  tlori in tho North of England,* and after  being assiduously waited upon "by the  porter on duty on alighting from.the  train, uoffered the attentive official  50 edits:  The man promptly pocketed the  gratuity, whereupon tho manager inquired. ' -   - ' ���������  , Do you know-" who I am, my man?  ��������� Certainly,.'sir, was tho ready reply.  Mr   Allport, sir,"fellow sorvant of tho  company,  sir. ,.Course I don't' tako  tips from' tho goneral public, sir,  ���������  ��������� In Europe" at present thero are over  7,000 Hying CGLtonarlans, of whom tho  great majority hail from,tho Balkan  region. Bulgaria' can lay claim to  nearly 4,000, Servia moro than 1,700;  but In England according to rocent  statistics, thoro aro fowor than a hundred and in Denmark only two,  I  A drugget can ohlaln ah imitation  of MINAJID'S- LINIMENT .from a Toronto houso at a very low prlco and  havo It lalnlod hlfl own produot,  This'greasy imitation is tho poorest  ono wo havo yot soon of tho many  tha. ovory Tom, Dick and Harry lias  tried to Introduce. ,  Ask for M [MAUD'S and you will get  lt.  A WONDERFUL CASE  Three Months In-Hospital and Came  ������     _ Out Uncured  Zam-Buk Cured Him In Few Weeks  ��������� Iir'. Fred llason, tub ��������� well-known  upholsterer and mattress manufacturer of St. Andrews, N.B., says:���������  "I had eczema on my knee, -which  caused mo terrible pain and inconvenience. Tho sore parts would Itch" and  burn and tingle, and then when rubbed or scratched would become" very  painful. When the-knee got warm,  it burned worse; and tho Itching and  burning and smarting wore almost unbearable. I tried various remedies,  but got no better, so I decided to go  to Montreal and talco special- treatment. I received treatment at the  Montreal General Hospital for thirteen  weeks, but at the end of that time I  was not cured, and almost gave ln, A  friend advised me to givo Zam-Buk a  trial..  "Almost as, soon as applied Zam-  Buk stopped the Itching and the Irritation. I persevered with the balm,  and it was soori evident that lt would  do me good Each day tbe pain was  reduced, the'toro spots began to heal,  and by the time I had- used. a few  boxes of Zam-Buk I was quite cured.  "Since then Zam-Buk haa cured  bldod-poisom in my finger, and at a  .time when my finger was in such a  terrible condition that I feared ' it  would have to bo amputated."  - For. eczema, blood-poisoning, piles,  ulcers," sore-), chapped - hands,, cuts,  burns, bruises aud all skin injuries  and disease'!,, Zam-Buk is without  equal.  50c. box all druggists and stores or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for price,     .ltefuso imitations. ���������*  CONSULTING ENGINEER  ENDORSES GIN PILLS  i 29 Broadway, Nfew York.  "I bought some of jrour GTN PILLS  at Victoria, B.C. last,September. Your  remedy I fir.d, at 60 years of age. to  give perfect relief from the Kidney and  Bladder Troubles incident to one of my  age. I urgently recommend GIN PILLS  to friends as being the oue thing that  does me good."    E. G. WOODFORD.  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Money back  if GIN PILLS fail. Sample free if you  write National Drug and Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limited, Toronto. 131  $QfflW<������)'  $tmY2tykiMw������  mom  lONtOYEwAUKINDS^H  Ifi tho CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ind RESTHOME  DYE, one can buy-Why you don't even Utve to  know what KIND of Cloth your Good* ire aids  of.--So MUttkos aro Impossible.  Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet glvliiK reunite of Dyeing over other colore.  Tha JOIFNSON.RIGHAUUSON CO., Limited,  Montreal. Canada.  Tho Illusive Flam������  XJnhearsed Incidents Impart a seat  to amateur dramatic life.  At a performance the hero of,the  drama produced -wai making ___���������' escape from a burning* houBe. The  critical moment came -when the red-  flro had to be lighted, but to the consternation of all lt would not Ignite.  Some outsldo practical Joker, must  have damped It.  I am choking, shrieked tho hero, the  smoke Is overpowering me, and,  clutching,wildly at his.throat, he tottered, about the stage.  . The flames���������I .feel thom,-, ho cried.  But smoko and flames wero alike invisible.  Within the wings the other members  of ��������� the company were on their knees  distractedly trying to blow the red Are  Into a blaze. Matchboxes and vesta  cases -wero emptied of {heir contents,  ladles were" fanning with their petticoats, but all to no purposo���������the red  fire was off."  Would no" ono save the situation?  Tho audience began to titter, the hero  lost his heai, arid still rambled on tho  .Are that no one could- see, until- at  last some~ one In the gallery relieved  the tension by calling out:  Never mind the fire,, guv'nor, get  on with your Job.      ' " ,  And straightway the actor did.- Ho  fell to tho stage in a swoon. and down  came the greatest friend ln such an  emergency-Alie curtain.  Mr. M. C Gray of Pullman, Wash.,  a recognized stock breeder of tho  Pacific Stotec and an authority upon  horses, states a wostern despatch, has  purchased a tract of land with a front-  ago of B miles on tho Eraser Illvcr  and bf 27. miles upon tho littlo Sal-  mon lllvor which is nerved upon Its  eastorn frontage by tho O.T.P. .whoro  ho means to establish an -immense  brooding farm,  Tho oflloo of tho Home Soorotary  waB oroatod ,'n 1782. Ho la the medium through which tho Sovereign communicates w'th his cubjocts, and vice  versa.  Puddle���������You huow Stocl.ii, don't  you?  Doctor���������Yen, lndocd, Ilo is now  a patient of mlno.  Puddle���������Protty wldcawnko man,  isn't bo?  Doctor-1 Hhould say so, I'm treating him for 'iiHomnln,  Drives Acthmn .Before It, Tho  ���������BUioko or vapor from Dr, J, D, Koll-  c-RtfB ABlluna Koniody glvon asthma  no chanco to linger. It orafllunto.  lho oauBo. Our oxporlonco with tho  rollt.f'glvlng remedy shows how actual  nnd poBHIvo Is tlio succor lt gives, It  Is tho rosult of long Htndy and experiment and was not submitted to tho  pulillo until Ub makoi-B knew it would  do Its work woll,  , A reporter wai ijnrp lnlnrvlewlng a  fnmoufl KngllBh International football-  or, and ai������ko;l him how ho llkod bolug a  professional  Immensely, ho ropliod.  Aye, but woll onough to bring your  cliiliiii-n  up  io It? bdld  tliii  lulmltul".  No, ho roylted, not woll-onongh for  that.  Tint why? askod the roporter.  Hecauso thoy'ro laBsoo, Bald he,  with louilliiuahtor,  Minn Whltr-hot��������� Yonr onto little non,  told mo I wan protty.  Mrs. niacuhat���������He did? I miint  take him to an oculist.  W, N.U   024  To have thv chlldron nound and  healthy la tho first enro of a mothor,  They annul bo hor.Hhy If troublod  with wormi. Uso Mother Qravos'  Woun Kxtormlnator,  On Ootolur 28th, 1420, the Inland of  Cuba won discovered.  Thin  Bits of  Corn  Toasted to  A delicate  Light Brown  Post  Toasties  To be eaten with cream  and sugar, or served with  canned fruit poured over  ���������either way insures a most  deliciousdish.  "The Memory Lingers"  raiindlan  Pi-intum  P^rnal  Co,,  Ltd., Windsor. Ontario.  Counteracting the American Flag  To the Editor;   '[        _   .  I .notice, "according" to your'-correspondence columns that the Overseas  Club,  of London; and the British Empire is taking moro than ordinary interest in' the moving picture -world,  and'that V-iero has 'been going the  round of   almost -. overy   nowspaper  'throughout  Canada' and  England,  a  letter complaining of the absence of  the British flag in.the films of tlie  thousands of moving picture shows,  not   only     throughout    Canada -but  throughout   the wholo   of. the British Empire, while in the United States'  the people appear to be so'bigotted ln  their ideas -vf patriotism and loyalty  and obedience'to their own flag that  they discry and abominate any other,  and this is U which prompts this letter.     It is deplorable'that so strong  a . feeling * prevails every   timo   the  British flag is exhibited, although lt  is.so seldom   that   the .. number , of  times ocan bo., counted-on? one hand,  wliile most, pictures contain the American. But tho time is coming when, all  will be changed.     picture halls will  have the opportunity of, not only exhibiting the   British,   and '.Canadian  flags, but of other Empire pictures on  a largo scalo.  " Montreal is to,be the  city-whore   the   transformation .tvIII  emanate from, and. already consider-,  'abla-interest-ls-beliig-evinced-ln-the  BrltlBh     American    Film    Company  "which has recently been established  with Canadian capital'and head offices  l:i Montreal, and already a very largo  sum has beon spent In productions.  Recently a valuablo property has been  acquired in' a suitable section of tho  city to bo transformed Into a town  studio, and fitted up with all tho latest  appliances for producing moving picturo films.' Historic   scones , which  aro dear to tho heart of all real Canadians, and even   tho most  .modern  Englishman nave already been'depleted, Including tho great nnd famous  battle of the Long Sault, which will  shortly bo i-nady, while others -which  wlll  bo taken   during    the    wintor  months,' with, the snow lying deep on  the ground," will bo many of tho world  ftunous romances of tho Hudson's Buy  Company nt th'o various posts throughout thb Northwest..    Attention . will  bo turned to tho laudjng of Champ-  lain, tlio battlo 'of tho Plains of Abraham,, and tho Interesting and exciting  oplsodoa   which   wero   tlio   stirring  events ln tho early days of tho founding of thlH grc-at Dominion? which hnB  bocorno one of tho greatest tho world  has over known.     This company is  tho only ono of Its kind oporatlng In  Canada and cno'of tho very few producing scenic plctureB ontlrely of a  British Wmplro character, Tho Canadian public has undoubtedly, beon  surfoltod ln lho past by tho goods of  tho' American- producer, and ln vlow  of tho   con.Idi?rablo   correspondence  that la constantly appearing   in   tho  nowspapoi'B from llmo to timo on this  particular subject lt Ib only fair that  tho publlo should knowwhat offortB of  a national character aro boing mado to  counteract tho prcBont movement of  circulating '.ho Alms which mako biioIi  a vivid display of tho American ling.  I am suro -bat tho Overseas Club of  London, England, who havo boon re-  ���������aponalblc for drawlnu attention to tho  ahnonco of inch companion ns tho Brit-  loh American Film Company, will bo  pleased to know that nn offort, nud a  fitrong otio too, Ib being mndo by Canadians thoniBolvoB to fight   Ihla   battlo,    Apologizing for tnklng ho much  of your apaco,  I romuln, yonr faithfully,  FllANK W. POX.  100 Jlocklnml Ave, Montreal, Canada,  l 1 n 1 1 "> .. niii.niiiiMnii in  ' Really Valuable  Excited Indlvlilual���������Ciuai-il l'vo heon  robbed. I loft a paper parcel containing flvo poonis on that scat and uow  U'B gono.  Guard���������Woll you can wrlto 'cm  ovor again, -Min's you?      -������������������-,,  Excited Individual���������-Yea, but there  wna a sandwich in lho piircol, too!  Hln Specialty  Tho mannpier of a largo lace fnclory  in Nottingham fluid to ono of tho foro-  mon: That now man of yours, booiiib  to bo 11 hard worker,  Yos, answered tlio fiiioiiian, tliat'n  hiH  t-pt-uuiiy,  What���������work Ing?  No, HcomliiR to,  A Mission-worker In Now Orleaim  wna vlBltlng a reformatory near that  city not loiif. ago whon Bho observed  Among the fiinuiten an old nonnnhit-  nnoo, a negro Ind long thought to ho  a model nf Intogrliy,  .Tluil oMlPimod tho mlnslon worker.  Is lt poflfllblo I find you horo".'  YARBuni, blithely responded fho  bfiokHlldor. 1'no chnrged with HtcnUii'  a Imrrol o* awcet portittors,  Tho visitor sighed.  You,-.Tlm, alio repented, I nm mr-  prViedl  YnflBiini, *..ld .Tlm. So wai I, or I  wouldn't bc lieio.  cmKfton  ]^| ANY brands of Baking Powder contain alum;  . which is an injurious acid, the mgredients.of  alum baking powder are never printed on the label.  t&VHWiif.  ���������WHITEST I  Magic Baking   Powder^,  contains no alum and is the  only baking powder made,  in Canada that has all the  ingredients plainly printed  on the label.  t&i  EW.GILLBTT COMPANY LIMITED  TORONTO, ONT.  W1NNIPEO MONTREAL  tOUOWlNSIMWD.  HITS AJlBKOMOTHlftl  PHO������MU,lltM������  OKATIWMDaAM  IMfttH  Vio-i  .Tains moAJJ  A Duke's Bargain  First Duk(���������������Well, do you think Mies  Van Bullion intends to buy you?  Second Dake���������My dear boy, I don't  know; someiimes I think she does, at  other times I fear she ls merely 6hop-  Ping.  '  # A camel, when burdened, can travel  25 miles a day; when unburdened, bo  many as 60,. or even 90 miles.  Flattering  Harold, wlien we are married,, you  must .stay at home, whilst I sing and ���������  play to you, instead of going to your"  club.     v, . 1  Yes, darling.     You know   I   never,  cared much for pleasure, anyway.  Ireland was first desofibed as the  Emerald l3e,' in the poem called Erin,,,  by Dr. Drennan,-who died in 1820.  Your Price Will Buy a  BURROUGHS  Some business men have,a mistaken idea  that all Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines  are costly.; Far from it. < We make Burroughs machines at from $200 to.$1000.  Burroughs machines range from a plain 6- column  machine, adapted to the business that employs but  one clerk, to our big 17- column Electric Duplex  machine, the largest, most complete, adding ma*  ,chino ever built.  The mm who buys the S200  - Burrouuhe does so becauso  that machine will meet all the  ���������"tcaulrtmcntB _rAi'������"buBineBi~  It produces (or blm exactly  the same results aa the $550  machine produces (or tha,.  man whose business need)  are tbat much greater.  Tho prlco ol every Bur*  roujha Is based entirely upoa  what It will do���������tho only fair  way/ because valut always  has and always will deter*  (nine price.  A Burrou_hs at $200 is not  a "cheap" machine, nor is tbo  $1000 model an expensive ma-'  chine. The price o( tho former Is low only because ol the  scope ol its adaptability���������and  the cost ol manufacture���������aro  less than tho moro completo  models.  ���������  Tlie quality ol material thai  (Joes Into the low and the hljh*  priced Burroughs Is exsctly tha  -   samo,  iJ  The lime en.lneerln. sIcIS  tfailfni them both,  BURROUGHS ADDING  The lame skilled tabor puts  them together.  _.An_djhe_same,������uarflntee,of������,  . comlmiouBiervIce stands back  " of them���������atuarunteethat Ual  ���������food as a bond, because lt Is  backed by twenty years of  promises kept.  The value ol n Burroughs In  your business lies in what it  taves lor you.  The price and  the torms on which you buy,  . are for you to decide.  ��������� Toll us In what ltirio ways  you use 6f ures in your business  and name the price you would  be willing to pay to handle  them la hall the time at ball  "the cost���������neatly���������-no errors.  Then we will send to your  ofllco the machine that meets  that price snd demonstrate Its  possibilities on your individual  work, all without 'cost or obli<  ' .atlon. But remember this,  trlci needn't, keep yoa (rom  ownln. the best built and the  greatest labor-saving device  In office work���������the Burroughs  Adding Machine  MACHINE COMPANY  81 Burroughs Block, Detroit, Mich.  Wifo���������Bo suro to advertise for FIdo  In the/morning papors,  Noxt day tho wlfo road an follows ln  tho newspapers:  Lost:-���������A mangy lapdog, with ono  eyo and no tall. Too fat to walk.  Answers to tho namo of Fldo, If ro-  turned stuffed, threo pounds reward,  Appropriate  Will���������The sight of an old school-  mato is���������or���������well, It might be called  both moat and drink,  Bertha���������Yoc, that's what you men  usually"do In tho circumstances.  Kh?   ���������'  Moot "and drink.  sac:  SBS38EBE  3S_&E3������_SBSS5  MPIRE  Cr\������ef  Guj\i\cr,  Whal the Chief Gunner Says:  "There arc two occasions when a gunner  feels perfectly happy,  ���������one Is when his shot hits  tho target nnd tho other is  when he can enjoy a chew of Empiro  Navy Phisr Chewing Tobacco,"  ���������maw M0$yTZ'" "~Ty"~~  ^^M-^'':7s  ' i '     *l-       \.  ������.^U������Vu������^U'^j^V^^^on^^Ur^j������A^'  ^:- ** '  SiSSF7"'  i.te-fs r ��������� .-  1-oAtr ���������  ,toft.  IL  "AW "        -       "'N'..    .a"      ''A-     'a1?""'     "'"'T    ?'"     . '"'AV  THS   NEWS;  .CUMBERLAND,   BRH^SH   COLOMBIA.  MiMm&rnr-ViytrtfayYt'i'rvit^���������'**^^^  " l,  -   V*  ' -a���������. n-������    ,       * .,   ���������    ,    _    i1**   k-  A, '���������<-'.��������� *:  '���������1^-7:77-7  y r  .; Tlie GftiatiBrM Hews '  issued  Every   Tuesday  by  tlio|  Comox- &  A -ambcpland j  ��������� ^riblishli^'l   wc-inpany..  j   ��������� ,       ���������   { 7\\  1 -.A ������v 'J  ^  4 ������3������sk. <*  f*^ia'  DKPAKT.MENT OF MINES.,  ������������������ This j.;i|>-_;' \v.!i n .'��������� hold   itself  , responsible i'or tlio t/ninloiisof otii-  *!*���������*, as inay ni>p-.*a_  in Us column.*  ^".*ii time t.o I mho.  "Coal .Minus .{emulation Act."  ,Roud  of Examiners.  KDNESDAV, ].\X   15, 1012  NOTICE is horeby pi von that-  thu following constitute iho "Hoard  of ftxa ni tiers for tl.e��������� Cniuberhind  OoHiery during the year 1913:  Appointed by the Own.r?, Frank  Jay n i's.  Al ernate?,    Charles   Parnhani,  .SA\-.v"rcl 1.'.-.d Db--'.rict.  O'-lii't oi" Cowix.  TAKE NOTICE '.li.;i Mary Thulin of ��������� Jolni Uiileppie  Lund, B. C. v-:-c-.r,-. r.'jn n.arpeci  hqi-.wai j ��������� Appu'mted by   lhe   Lieutenant  nier.d* io ,.r;i!-;  pr-nii'-..ji������n >o ;:ur-  c'ia-;e, ibo fnllj-iv.-Ai^ rlefcribed hinds:-- j  Commend:*.:* ru p. po.t planted at she  i'luih-uc.-.1. crt:'i'...r oi" T. L. No. .Mj.S.  ihence north So-chAins, thenee w__i 4'i  civil-.>?, thenee south _o clv.iins more cr  k:s< to shore line, thence -ilony tlie sbose  line i;.;i ch.'.ins.inure or tiss io plac- of  b^ifioninx ciriiriiisinv ?.oo acresArvore or  ks-. ,'��������� ���������      ',  GKOKCJE VERDIER'"  A gen' Tor Mavy Thulin  Daic* August i 3.1 h". K/iz.  Say wai d L.'iiV, ��������� \ ~) iii; ;���������; t.  District of Cp'ipox.  Gov..t nor in Council, Robert Hen-  - TAKE SOTICE-il������:\t Charles Thulin,  "of"Lund, K.C., occupation merchant, in-'  lends tt; apply for -pfjrmUsi onio p.ir-  ch ise the ihe following <ese:.bed land:���������  Commencing at a po=l pi.'itiiwl in Browns  Bay .u lhf* no'/th-e^cl corner, s">f T. L  43146, thenco west "0 cl-.ii-.xi-. thence"  ' s.jrih 2 1 duios iho.ic; i-1st lio ch-iins,  to the snore lin..*, thtr.ce south ;.o chain:;  more or le^s, alonij s-hora Iins tc place of  beginning contain-.rig _6c acres r.-ior;-' oilers  . GEORGE VER-DIER  ���������    ���������   -   Agent- for Charles Thulin  P.ate August 1.4th, .512  Sa>w..:'d Lv.iu Disirir.'..  ��������� -   ' District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE th.it George Verdi-  c",' 'if L*.ind,-!i C, ccit em'.ko  ���������icierxus_tc_u Di_U:_______.'__-.!_aviiino:ia 10  ;.:ir-  c:i i������ the- rolliw','.:- d>;=ciibed ltKitV?:���������  Coi'.nne'ncipji at'.-i pest planted at' ilie  5-i uh we?! ccrr.!!*;'ot Lot ;,7.thence north  5 i ch lios'to tha shore line, thence follow  in_" ihe sh >r. lini: around '.he point to ihe  ylace ot beginning.  ���������     GE.O.RCE? VERDIER  Applicant  derson.  Elected by lho .Miners,  William  Jones. .1  Al'fi'iiates. John Thomson, Dan-j  iel Marsh. , j  All persons interested   niuy ob��������� 1  laii-uiiill information by   applying!  ,lo the S crc-lary 0! the Hoard,   Mr.  Robert  Henderson,    Cumboilatul,  B. C.  Mote:���������Alternate? act a1? Member-, of the hoard in the alienee of  jthose regularly appointed or elected to act thereon.  IIJCHAKD AIcBRIDE,  Minister oi Mines.  f-Daled lhe 23rd dav of Dec . 1912.  NOTICE TO"'CONTRACTORS  Lazo School.  LED , TENDERS,' superscribed  clers for Lazo School,"  will  be  received by trie  Honourable the Minis- \  LL.er_nLPubl i c_Wor ks_xx p.to. noonjoj. S n 1 u ,r:  SEALE  "Ten.  D.v.e Aliens: r^th, r^i:  'Sayward Lrhic'DUirict.-" '  Ui^'iict of Cuaiox.  'l.\m NOTICE that Fied Timlin,  ������f Liuul, I) C, occupation merchani. m-  *.eii>li to apply i'or permission to nur-  ilri5& lho f'illo.-iii-ig (luscribftd land: ���������  'A > nine ne in,. <"t a post'planted at the  so 1 h-ea'Ji1-. -rnsr cf Timber I.^ase No.  3'S'i;, thence vtr t ������.��������� chains, thene:  stnn'u 60 cluins, '.hence cast Ho chains, tu  the bli-jie line, thence following shore  "iai.i norih 8c chains, more or less to the  pUcc nf biigiiiMing onfiiniiig 640 acres  more or less.  GEORGE VEKUIEK  .\j.eiit for Fre.1 .Timlin  Date Aiu;iwt i.i'.h, 1912  dny, ibe i8th day of January, 1913, for  tne erection and complwioa of ,1 sm.ill  one-room frame sihool on concrele foundations at Lazo, in Lhe Comox Electoral  DUirict. ���������      I  ��������� Plans, specifications, contiatr,, :md \  forms of Tender may bc seen on and af-1  ter the 281I1 day of December, 1912, A \  the office of Mr. George Thomson, Gov \  ernment Ageni, Nanaimo ;��������� Mr. John ���������-,  j na'i'd, Governraer.t Asjj-eiiI. Cumberiand;}  Mi,. W. j. Mil er���������Comox V. I. ; und ihe'f  Dcpaitnicnl of Public'"-Works, Piirria- \  mentbuildings, Victoria, B.C.  Copies of tbe plans and specifications  may be obtained /or purposes of lender,  ing on depositing a wia/icd cheqoc of  %if, to bc lcfundcd on return of plans  and specifications by date tendeis are  re; civable.  i-lach proposal inuat be accompnined  by an accepled ton^chcipie or curtifV  caie of uc].(.slt 011 a chartered bank cl  Canada, made payable to ihe Honourable the Minister ofP ^li'-. Woiks, for a  sutn equal to jo rer ciri o* ���������!���������_ tender, j  which shall bu fnrfcite 1 >i o*c ,,.iny len-  dering d-:ci'uie to c.^-r lino contract  when called upon to do sn, or if ho l.ui  to conipli'te thc work cuiiiracted for.  '1 lie chj;-ji',is 01 ceitificatcs ofdeposilol  unsiiccc.;������liil ten t-i'ers will be relumed  lo llien upon the execution of. llie  contract.  Tenders vill not1 be considered unlcs.  ���������nade oui on tbe ioowi .jupplmd, sigiK-ii  with the actual signature of ihe lender-  ir, and cnclo.cd in the tnvclopes funi-  iduub  'Xbo. lowest or any lender not ncccssar  ily accepled.  J. K  GUIt'l-Il'lf,  Publ.i* \ViiiV-.s Engineer.  Department of Public Woiks,  Victoria, It. (J., 241I1  December, 1912.  di-cjitojani.  t*vmMtjrmmmM.wmmi*l\MM*isimtviMasmii*m���������,**twmmim9*m  NOTICE is bercby givtfti lh;it app'i.  i;.'iii'>n will be made to thc  .'iupcrinU'tul-  J.-iinc-j Ciihrion, 0'  Wnvmnvr, oe-1 em of Provincial 1'cilicn for a iciifjw.it t f  ClTlt'tO.'l. ���������)tU!,t.!    -A", A'.Yihi   ;i]i-jllic lintel license lo sell liqnois by  retail  ply I'oi'   Ji'.'i'Ulisswn    io     j'.i'.ji.j.-^ 1  ',*    "LIQUOR" l.ICl������KSR>CT.w  (Si-rtion 48)  .   NOTICE.!-, Ii'-icby ,.;iv"i), ib.it on \\,v  3 ith day o( October  nest,   npphnuAn  'V/id lu mu.e to rite   bi'jjiuniendciH  A  if  Pruviiici.il I'nlicft'i.'  ti.insffJi or the;  li-env* fur i!.-e sale   of  liquor by   r.-iail  in nnd t-,;;',r. i',v_ prenvM-s hnnwius ilu*  Willo.vs I-l- *.el, i.:.i'.:oo. ,'.l "..inpbc.H 'hour, liritiih Cohi'iil'.' , um:; Chai-'.cs Tl'!'-  )in a-i 1  Kmersoi. "'i !.-tim.nt   to   Uurlt-s  Timlin, of Campboll River, MritijU'Col-  tnubia,  Dated tlnfi Mtli d.iy of Sept, 1012  THU LIS S. HA KM A.N  Ilolili-i-R'nf Liieii-ii;  ':iiakli.:s. 'I MUI.1N  Appli.:mt for Tiniihfer  Sitywci'd Lard   Pi.-.diot  nistviut of ! iity Word  TAKK  -ndhy    U>r>'  Williniu  .r)vll'l,;t*l'" a,H' uilf,n l',c I)rf',1,''lCS kii������tt������ ns tl***.*  thu fnHowmjr i\f}\{" ,\\it'A 1;������. 11 <js:���������  CoJ2)r.;'-miv/; n* youi ������.,,-.i!t':d 20  ttliuins fust uf Llv. nrril; t.-:i; ��������� '.���������im1-  n������r ofTimlw L.tciiS': i-:^^, thcu-  ce cast 20 ch������i,\u.\ th������-.i-.'<: Kuuth  ao cliititw, theticc w-.-i ^u- tinuii.s,  tlttiiw north an  ch  fl','  un t-J point  litl!  f-on:...tJiiiiy;  New Hotel Heriot, hiluitted on l.<Jt 42,  Kiilnlu'lsion of |/>is Niirthcisi fiuaiicr  of Lm nifi lloriui It.iy, Snvward Dis-  net, Ii. C.  JOSEPH I)ICU,Appli.:.nt.  Dated Doer 2S1I1,  1912.  V"  NOTIOK it lioit-liy nivon tb. t ayp'.i-  ciiiittn will hu imtilu tuili) Su[ionntuinl-  riitnt 1'Mviuci.il Police,  Viutoti,. for a  j l..!.-n8(! to noil liquor   by  wh >I������m,i1o upon  I tlm prci i ou ftilmt- (1 on I/it������!, lUocli IR,  j r   . ly I mi-1 ImvnMlli', (Jmnb ���������, lnn.1, 11, n  OlALlMli'SHAPl-O,   Applicmt.  ,    li.thft li.ia U h it,.;,' of Vtu. I'J'h.  .".������ 1  - 1  FO"  ������������������',v>rt^ ^Jiy'ii'4 iy  /.rr-Ti sr. letter-, ������..  mo, ll 0,  **,*.*+**+*  Try The Uijf Store, if ym r.������������.t il������'������n  nuw Groccncv, i.tA-gnod-. arri^.in-. b.  every bolt, deliv.-ry and tutirfictiftn  11'uivnteei*  ������������������'ItlriH* #4i������lllr**������������������.*  **#r*tmw*vmmj* t*m*mwm*m*  A'  VOU WANT  LUMBER  Cuinox S-awmill Co., iMmilcd,  <'ol������ox,   IJ. C.  SAI-H 0Ir WOUK.  LAND ACT  Vancouver Laiul  l)istrict.  District of Sny wanl.    *  TAKK NOTICE ! that   M.ichatl ..  Young, of Brooklyn.New Yori.;,,oo-  cupation Janitor, int������i.rtsto tij ply  for permission !o purchaEe. the following de^rilicd tands:���������Doiumeii  eing ot a  post planted 50 ch-ins  north oi tho north wept corner 01  lot 5S2.   theu.e,, east   40   chain*,  thence   south   60  chuin-,   tliet cc  west -IO chainp,  thenco   i.orlh   50  chains lo poir.t of cmmpuconient,  Containing 200 acre? moro or li)?u,  MICHAEL YOU NO,  Applicant  Thomas M-sti������r, Agent  Datp October 30th, 1912  * ���������������������������irr 1 11  mmm  ISS918  HS������ffi5-gjagSC_B.  "    LAND ACT    "  Vancouver Land District  District of Saywnrd  TAKB. NOTICE  that   William  Peter Adams,   of N������.w York,  New  York, occupation.    sale*mai->   hi* ���������  lends,to'apply  for  pernji^tfiuii to-  purchase tha  following   described  lands:���������Cotnir.encir.R     at, a   post  plantedat the norlh-weut corner of  the .south     hill    of     hn-   590,  ilvrcc   south   80   chain?,  il.ei.ee  west 40 clinins, more or It-ps to  the  eaBt'i'iuu.of lot 58"*,  Hience hoith.  80 chains," ihence ea?t 40 chains,  oioie i,r Icfs to pi-inl'of c-intm nre-  ment, containing 320 iic-'os m.-re.cr  less. '  WILLIAM PETER ADAMS,  Applicant  Thomas Ma tier. Agent,  Dat-, October 29th, 1912  CANCELLATION OF RESEKVE'-  Littie-cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  mmtstsasiSB^M^  Crown  Brewers' Dried Grains  ..'otter,  Cheaper Th.-m Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Ui'itrilMtors N:\NAIM0. IJ. C  ��������� NOTICE is hereby i>iven that ihe  reserve existing by reason of the notice  published in the Bn"ii>h Coluinbia G.-z  etie of December 27th, 1907, is cancelled in so fir as the same relates to the  following described lands,, so as to permit of ihe sale of lhe timber stunling..  thereon:���������  Commencing al ihe north-fast corner  of Lot No. 2849/ Redonda Is-l-nul, New  Westminster District ; ihence-'easi 13  ch.iins ; thence norlh 4 chains ; thence  ea-U 19 chains ; -ihence south 25  chains; ihence west 32 chains ; more'or  less 10 the east, boundary of Lot No.  2849; ihence nnrthcily tilonj; llie past  boundaiy of said lot 10 the point of  commencement ; containin-. by adiiicas-  urcnicnl 75 acres, nioie or less,  KOBEKT A.' RKNWICK,  Dppiuy Nlinis'.er of Lmcls.  Department of Land., "  Vrctorifij IJ. C, December mh, icjia  due 24 to mat 26  NOTICK.  TAKK NOTICE tint an Application  will be made 10 ihe Lieuti mint-Governor in Council ai the Parliament Uuild-  injjs, Victorii, llr'uish Cohmibia, on  Thursday, ilu* 30th day uf January, 1913,  at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for iho npprovnl cfihe niidertak-  inif of lhe -ampbell Rivrr Power Com.  pany Limned, ilut il.u condaioa-i of u>c,  occupation, felling *>f limber njwl other  condiiion<i provided for in Sections 22r,  22a nnd 22 j ol ihe Water Act he settled  pursuant to such scrtions, and lhat ilie  time for submitlinn detnilcd plnns of the  Company's woiks be extended until alter  the flood period of 1913 :  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE  that a copy of the Application i������ on filo  in the oflico of the WHicr Uer.ord-  rr.for V'iapria Water, Distiict, and in  the office of the Compuoller of Water  Rights at Victoria.  DATED at Victoria, IJ, C.,this 24th  day of December, 1912 :  .    KOUERTSON St HEISTEKMAN  Solicitors (or the Campbell River  Power Company Limited.  MAILSUUVICK,  Mails for Dispatch:���������Viineouver, Victoria, Niiiiitimo, etc:.,  Tuesday, 7.15 p. in; Thursday  and Saturday, 6 n.  m,  Comox nnd District:���������Tuesday, 1215 p. in.; Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30 p. in,  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday at 2  p. m. and Tuesday at 6 a. 111,  Mails Arriving:���������Vancouver,  Victoria* Nanaimo, etc., Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday mid  Friday ui^Iitn.  Coin ox District :-��������� Wednesday,  Thursday ond Saturday.  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday morn.  iiitf and Tuesday about i.owii,  VA  *e'.j) ., A^,  *  .' " -   a,-- -  a^Aa. ,i. '5 " V.V- :<   :<hy ,   iXyY'.y *' 7   -f   -,    -,.'-"Y-.?'r.^ .^\^>A;T^|^ipr7 ,  tV,-,V      A'.AV->" 7       ''      \,     ~ ' ** '\���������,        ,' _*,��������� '���������        ' . fl a" ,lr>      A     :       ,*       -, ,," *   ' '     - .,   ,. ^ ,   * V *     j* '  ,       .,.,<        ,  Ct ^ H  '. J\    i ,   \, *   1 A "   ,i -   ,V .a .'*.,,   , ,> . . ,   ��������� ' .-   .   . A"    ���������   C   ^^*     l���������  05  if  , NOTICE id henhy given thut at tho  next meeting of tho Board i f Ucenee Com  ^ ajMBiotferebfibo City _f Cumberland. I  luteud to apply for a leuevral cf the liot-  el HcenBO held .by" Wo for the Vendome  Hotel, HitaHtod on lot fi, U������ok 3, Cumboi-  land To.v-Lsite.      , ->,.  Al- S. ROBERTSON  Dated NoTomb.rCth, 1*112.   '  NOTICK i.i hereby Riven that at the"  m-xt aitwtii.g of the Hoard of License Com--  n.ueiouors of tho City nf Cnn.berlanil, I  ������������������tend *o ������]������p y>f0r a reuewnl 0f tho hotel lii-euse hehfby mo for tlie Cumberland  Hottl, sitmikd on lot 1, block li, Cuin'er-  ,, land To-vusiic."'  WILLIAM MERRIEIKLD.  ; Dated fci:is 6th duy of Nov., 1912.  THE?. NEWS,,  Q-JkrjgRLAKtV 'y&XAy   COLOMI&A.  -y ,  Notice is" hereby:given .that 'at the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  Commissioners I intend tq\apply for \  rem-w;d of ihe hotel license held "by me  for ihe Ne* England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lut 3, Cumberland Townsite.  /���������..'. Joseph walker  Dated No*/, 7th(. 1912!  111!  NOTIl-Eib hereby Igiven   that   at  the  iitxt met ting of ih. Board'of Lioenso Coin-  nii������iu_or* for iho City of Cu nbcrland.   I  ' iutoud to apply for a ieno������-.l of tho whole-  salu liq.ior liceLga held hy mi, aiawted"do-  [. Ion C; block 15, Unmboiland Town.it..  OIALI mussatti.  Dated this li h day of Nov., 1912.  . NOTICE is hereby given thut at the  -x.ext meet ng of tho Board of Lieer.se Cm  ,mi3������ioi,ers of lhe City of Onnbtrland, I  i tend to a ply f���������r a ronovml of the,hot-  el licensa held b. m. for tho? Wav������r.y  Ho el, utuated ou 1 ,t 2, block 3, Cumber  . land Townsite.  "    , -  ,   7 [7 FRANK' DALLOS  .Di:t,ed ti.ij- i;th d.y cf N������.v., 11)12.- ���������  in the JSEWS  NOTICE is hsi-eby yiven that 30 days  -NOTICE is hereby .given  llmt  oii   tlio first   day' of.  DecoinU-r  next application will  be mado to  tlie'Siijwrinlouden't  of Provincial  Police, Victoria,   I..Q,' for   n ,e-  uewal   of tiio hotel li sense to'set  liquors   by   retail   in' iho  hou-  k-iiou-n   m  thn ' Aful-i-piua Hotel  sittftited'at Lund, li C.     *  . :,;    fked thulin  Datc'I .Octohur KJtii", I'M2    "���������  ���������������w���������������������������������i������>_Bnr_.nMX- .ujwcair-  Cwft's Cotton Roof CompoaaS  '$$&���������&&>.B'" Sroat Utcrlro Tonic, a,  C^a. V^^Itegm,vuu:on whicli w0u,e��������� &},  aopond. SoiJift threo doxrcBx  Of BtrcnsUi-No. X. ?1; ^o. a,  10 acgrooa atronfror, ������3; No. 2.  for Kiiouiiil cases, $5* p0r bos  Bold V .til CtuihXal or ���������:_.  prepaid   o:������   receipt of price  fff������  I:  afterdrftp application. ������������������������!. be made l9 f&^mC&^&^^l^  the Superintendent, of Provincial Police 1^^"^"^" ~ " '-;'  Vic.oria,'lJ.i:,fora  renewal of the ho^!   $300   -  REWARD '  tel license to sell liquors by rel.ul in lhe I  ' ~~  hotel known as the Port Au8iMa Hotel, i     Tlie above reward will be- naid  Situafe'd at Comet  )\ C , f     .1 ��������� '  *' , ������"      . , fur the recovery- ,9f tho body of 0.  ���������Amos CoTTiNt-TOM   ���������������  cf      ,     , A  D.-ued Oct., 2nd, 1912     ��������� ^      -   ���������' btrilHd> who was   drowned off  ���������"   '���������   A  ���������   jDeuuiau   Jslnml   on   Tlmrbday,  Dec. 12th.   ' '        ',  The   Anderson Looojuo-. Co  j Union Bay';' I>. C. .  m  \M\  NOTICE iol������rel.y g.von tint al tha i���������x  moo ing 6f iho B.'ii-dnf Lie n-o UominU-  8i:.i.e s of the  Uy of Cumberland, I in  ..tend to f.ppL for fi r:i,o*id of Le wh-ds-  *���������* eale l.qn���������. ii.enae li(.ij by '���������,_)  s.tuted  on lot 12, block 7, Cuinb-jrUnd Tow.Mto  FKAJTK SCAVAllDO.  Datod this Oth il.-t'y of NW., 1912  * *trm**a.&*t������M  byY  11  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  -   In thk ma'itkk' ,.f  an  appllca-  ' tion for  a fie/li Certificate of Title  to Lot 54. [M...P 313] Towusiieof  o"Courtenay.       , ' ���������  NOTICJfi is hr-reby j, iv<n of- my  ��������� intention at tho/.expiration of one  calendar mo; lli .fiom*1! lie first publication hereof to i..ue a"fiesh'der-  tifi.ia'te of Title in lieu*of the Ccrti  ���������fioa -������e-of���������J:i t^e���������irnri^���������lo-"Jrr?plT  McPliee'ou 1 In-30 "li of ".March 1905,  nnd uuml'.orc.lo.iUDDOC which Ms  been lost.   - ?  .-  Dn-od   al Lanil'-lieghtry   Ollico'  An" Ac! in. the,; News  pays.   -Try it ���������.-/"���������.  E. C. Einde, U agent for the  "Ford'1 and ,-Clialiiier"*nu.o:iio-  biles.'" Gars for hini. : Phone 1,8  Union Steamship Oo. of B. C.Ltd  THK- S. S. COWICHAN-' WILL SAIL - AS UNDK-li  NANAIMO^ENMAN lSLANl>.UNIOxYBAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave-Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p. m. '  .    ,    ������        Arrive Nnnaimo, at 11.00 p, m.  Arrive Union Hay, Tuesday G ������._,���������-.' ��������� ��������� Lotve^Tuesih.y noon '  iu-r.ve Comox, Tuesday 8 a. ���������,.     U:iv��������� Tuosdav, 11 a. m *  '   Leave Nanaium G ,,. ,n. Tuesday.  .Arrive ^���������e,,nver U.30 ,/,��������� ;  Uaveyfl���������co���������Ver .Saturday 8 p.,.,:  Arrive  Nanaimo, ' ir 30 p. 11  Arnve Union Bay, Sunday 6a.m; Depart c p m       ���������    ��������� 3   P  Arrive Cpmox| Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 1 n.���������,.-  Subject to change without-notice.' -   -   -.  M' ������������������  fe'"  Y  Vioi.-rin,  B   ('.:.,  ihi.  21st day of  Drtoeml.or.10t2.  ' , ��������� S   Y. WOOTTON.  R'-^if-iror Guneral of Titles.  awic^jnamiu^^.^ , rir-nnf,   M,i.i,^.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guosts.' ���������  7ho Oential I-IoM for1 Sportsmen  None tim tlu. Uest of Wines and Lienors  at ihe It.ir.  1"  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  Fine Engraving  ������ I , in Sepia of the  1 wa-* '��������� Borden   Cabinet  for Headers . of  the  , "News-Advertiser"  pvKRVONlC wants a  picture of ihe  member*  of-  7-* the Government of  Canada.-   The  -Nows Adver-  .lisi'i*" l:;is hatl prepared for thoexcJusivo ua������ 0!' its p-ft-  ders in ihi* province  a  hu-go  engraved   plale  of   Ut.  Hon. K. L. lloi-den and liiss minister*.  Tlie group is redrawn irom tho latest photom-apli-*  of the eighteen Ministers, wlm compose Die advisers of  IIis Royal- Higimess the Govern,..-General It ii prin-  ted ui Sepia on heavy board ready for framimr, and  wnl be ol the o-.eatest educational value in the liome  tlie se.nool mid the library. '  Tluirrime Minister,'I.1Q.N. [{, L. DORDKN,   oe- ^  cnpies :t central position, and   is shown standiiw at tlie   ^  liead oi the Council Table.    Seated about him  ������re  colleafriies,  '     'Dimly in tliebfiekgi-ouixUhe foalnresof -Sirjoh  Macdonald look down on his successor.-?.  How to Obtain tiie Picture  '     ���������  This fine   eiiRravinjj. of  which  a  limited number  have been presented, will be'sent  FREE OF CHARGE?  to new ?ubsc:-ibers or to   old .subscribers,, who . renew  "leir-Mihscriptions fi������r one year ($3.00)  For out oi'town subscribers, the picture will be  tubed-am I postage pivpiid.  Non- subscribers'may obtain copies on payment of'  ol) cents. U maiied 10 Wits extra for tubii-cf and  l.Wftas������e. <���������   ' ��������� ���������       a   -  m. f* '  Applications  and  remittances (cash must accomp-  Mi!\- order], must be made to ��������� "  '.--  i..'',Sny\v,t!-d.'" ��������� '    ���������' -  TAKK XO".'klL;'that cl.'iu)u;i-.c Si.ar' - -  Daubiir,  of   Kew   Vt-.L, ' Sttve'-.Yo.-k,'"  'ccnpation cleik,. intend to r,JM h t,'-r \ cr-  mi^i.ni   lo inncii-ati the  iAbrhi'������ i\uY'  cribod hud.-: C..inmoijai<.g nt _ po.-fc (h-_'t-   ���������  ed at >.<>rti..,;?._* co;uer of 1.1 590,, H?0L������a*-  *oi* li Si ch; i s, th...... -J ct-A SJ~ el aii s. '  Mi nuo s uih SO vhuiiss, t'ouju -'.j._i  &0  .f  -.hi.yis to ji-int A ho', uw e i.u^t ������������,i.-i������-  iu j G !0 iter, s' m0 w _> ]..,.,  CHANXl.:yiSTUAKY.])tJNJJAR  I-'-mia M.nu-^iu,' A-Oi.*,  l")ato June i'lrii. \flUi o  his  Saywt.r.1 Ln A li.,i;iA,.  Di t.-K-: if .V v. ;ir,}.  . TAKE NOThH ihu; j":IiA. har Jb.,;  j c-t Now- Vnk.-Ntw Y.)r...   cm, Hi a .k-rf.  j into, di 10  u, ply   hv us-rhuHi-Aiy,   pur.  chiuo  iho   .'wil .win;,-  li.s.rine:   ,';:--(l-i:   Cou:menciiig ht a p. t {)L,i;i d ���������,,'��������� tfa.,  .south-east crnsr 01 Lews,. . 16.' thoi oe  south SO ehdius, ihu.co uot SO Amius,  thence 1.01th SO cliui.v, ih.n.. Urt.'t gy ���������  clinks ti.poht ..I ccrnmuo iiv nt cunir-i.-t  ing U-iO aeies incro ��������� t Ic-.-.s.  ,    ��������� *-       .T0b\\ AlfiKUJ} DALY  f'slun- H. Gi^tai!.. Agont.   '  D..b* Juuo 2-l!h, ]{li2, -  "  "   P^^ Siiy.-.Hnt  L.Jiil l):stf ct.    ' ".  ,    ^^ District ot i".Svwaul.  -  M\)\      TAKK XN0TJCJ3   ih t   Weltur   lk.Iil!  * I^J j 15 er, of New }',-_,'. Ko . .Yl) ,.  ���������^^ j occupation laborer, i./t^.j-j t0 ;i..pii,  "or pern, iesi.m l.n l-U i 0' ;i,-.- u,o Ll u*,ii. y  JebCiibtrlhuds:~.Oi.ii.i.(... d if .������ _.tJ.t  plunted 120 clnin, we-t ai .1 10-cUn.  uorthof lho sout'i ������..h; co.i.-r ���������f ,Ui.j?e-  ^6, thinoc t;otuh SOcli inn, ti 01.ee f.-st 41.!  'chains thenc- n-iith SUolu-iiiiA i;���������.,,.(.  west-10 chain,* ro point Ji"..i!i,;)ii...a |lle.;t;'  containing 320 acj-tM i������������������,fc ..i-, jlf,. '"    ���������  WALTJ.IJ i*i_l.___.L UJiS-f  F.-^Jie.- 31.. Lv.-..sk 11 , Ai,c:i , ���������  D..tc-Juni 2-Jii.., I'ji'i.  ?^}!i^7&7������<<Xt������<'' -������T  copv.3������sm-.^"-fe>,*3fe.^Jj|{  Tlie purest?and ^.���������st.I.UER,..and  made iu Cumberland.  ^fca $:?, f&f\ ���������tw^ ^r*. kj  lg^'  Vancouver  B,. C  ITliOI'KlEZ'or,  ISneH'Jli -t x liUILTON atwuyn on tap'    nho, the famoiw MILWAUKKI3  iMERS--Anhoi*3erl lloheinii.-i, Suhltz, &o.       "OLD Ci KEY 1H.ARD"  S00TUU WUISK.Y,'       Best V/mes and Liquors of Ul kindo.-  Tho Hnarding und Loilfi'tiR lVpartineat. under tho imuiediatc nupenutoudo������co of Mn  Davis, will bj tc.iii tl Pir-at oliw-j in ovory redout.:,  IViH*S('^Hl'H[^i������'_������M^i'<M^,rW*iwMi  0  'ATES,  HH 00 por day'upwards,  d!  <  0  E  t  IL  3.-  pal  d  notk;e.  itidiiig on loconiotivos and rail  way oarfl of tho Union flolliery  Comparjy hy any pei-soi. or }icr-  sons���������oxocpt tain crow���������it; olrictly  (iroluHted. Kinployeos ^re sub-  i(>c Ui Mfluiinsal for allowing j>am-  Hy order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  fr-f-M-H->lf-H"i-*(-*if"J"t"f-.i"J-f.j^4^  NOTICK.  To whom it may concern:���������  Tlii<. is to notify thc public  that nil freight charges on bond-  cd goods cleared at Union liny  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goodn cnn bc lorwnrd  ct], By order  Canadian CoUfcr.cs DunsmuirJ  Co.  w  >  'if \o\iott,uft\Ktbicmitnlh*\t\M\a  om li-Mlllt), Mental ,tmi Unnn iVun'v, />-.  jioii.^.u-y, Ij.'aiuu O cn^ii^in. Ktnlttfa**., IVa,,,  \iu\Ui'r)iti'a,pml It^ttUto/dbutaw Hutuu  Ih-fo-ll perjwt. Mi/prfi. Ono������IUpU*a#o.i.x  will euro. floM by all drti/rtrUtA nr innllrd In  mnilefl/rtr. Th*Wood M*dleln*'oo.  fnniled/nr.   man  mmtrin mm'.w,  Toronto^ Oni,  LIQUOM LICENSE   HY-LAW  191.1.  NOTICK IS TIKItEBVCJIV  KN tliat at tlio ii('xt���������ri!ftulnr moot  iii{j; of tlio Jloiinl of J.ictmBo Corn-  itiiRBioiini'H of tlio jMimlclpnlily of  Cumberland, iifijilioation will bu  mndo to tlio uniil Mouril of Com  mifidlonors for lho Ininsfor of ilio  lieoiiBo for tlio t-ulu of liquor by.  Votntl in ami upon llu- ���������..ru.-.u'.-,  known un l)io \roiu)i)nio llud'l, hit-  ualooti Dunsniuir Avoiiuo, in tlio  City or Ciimborliind, from Robert.  9. UoborlHin lo llobort MoNoil,  or tlio fiiiid Ciiy of Cumburlmid,  Dated ut Oimiburlaiid,   J>.  C,  tbis 10th day of Documbur 1012.  R, 8. ItOUKIW'SON  lloldor of Licence  noimvi* MdNisir.  'JVitiisferee,  NOTICK i< htreliy ������ivcn that npj.li-  OAdun will ho mmlu lo tbo fiiij-.r  hilendont *f Tn^iiifitil Pilicu Vielo������ia,  >f.)r ft lioe-i nn tn m|J |f,jT, p |,.- .������*,,,; jj-j^  upon iho pri-inHoi fiuiiatfil oa L-lVJ,  HicoVC, UuuUr!mul Tnwimiti', ('iiinhir-  land, II. (1.  Jonn Mamio-iif. Ajplionit  Dmhd tlii. Jl_;h d������>- ������.i Di-tMiiho-, HM2.  C. H TARBELL  *������*w*%nwwttrT-ii���������nn iMmiiMj.^**m*mm  MRWUWIW M i*i*I A^J 1K#Jfc3������ *kJGX.������HJ,-������4������Um������1U4W|  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And ull KITCHBNiiUTKN&ILS  Sportsmcns Goods  mul  General Hardware  .IM-VUNG;?,  :.aA> Pianos and .',  .  .-���������������������������'���������;��������� aFuun'ituuic  Freiglir, Wood and Coal Hautocl  liWU  RICHARDSON & JJ AY WOOD  ���������PHONIC 3.7-     "'  Windermere Ave.  ^WMMaJj^u.m^..^,  mr lmril|,M,[i  NOTIC1C  ���������MU,  NOTICIS is hereby j������ivcn llial  slie tjeiiciiil -sioro luiriiiioss or Dun  cnn Iliu'J. lias ibis day been sold  to Jaiues^' II. Parkin. All accounts (111c llie late firm must be  paid 10 I.. Duncan, wbo wi'.l Kettle all liabilities.  Sandwiclc, (let. i.t 191a,  NOTh;]i  Any person or poreriiiH, onttinj*.  I'oiiH.viiig or talting any blucb;  timber or wood, of any dosmjiiiV-dn  wlongiiifi to llm Wj.ll.ijrU),) Col-  dory Co'y., or from or off thy hind  oftbofifiid Coiuj.nny, or ������i,y0nL.  tipping rubbish of any description  nnywliero upon vlic rvimpanyA-  land wl!) hr |)!v.s,*,:tit'd to tli������- (n'7.  extent of tbo law.  W. h. COI.LSO.V,  Cli'iumil iMnini^<*i't  Wollbiytoii Colliery Cu,y,  ORDUUS TAKKN  I'OR  NUT   COAL  Sny win il Luul Uistrict,  District or Sayward.  TAKK NOTICK lint'0harl.fi Hoary  l������-^, if ,.Nim- V(ii-)r, N. y��������� icciipulloii  n"i(fiin-ii, 1.1, i.il.i to nyiifty for jn nr.idsiun  ti' purclinhii lliu I'o'l'iwiti/,' ilrHOnboil lamU;  G'Miiiiioi tib'K a*, a ji-Ni, iliinl.i-il nt iho  iKii'th-Piiit cui-iu-r'iif bit ijii-J, tlicuco liortli  '-'0 liiiiiiH, (lioiKio wiHt 20 olmiiiH, llimict'  south 20 tlm ii--, Ui.anu oust 20 iliniiui to  po tit  <>f  lOnuiionooiiiMit  cuiiUiuiig   .0  I'CI'i'M IIIUl'U 01 Iomh,  UIAKLKS HltNItV JIK.ST  l''inlior M. CUhkiiiH, A(|, nt.  IJ toJiiiiaiiOli, 1912.   '  Say wind Land Distriot;  District of Sayward .  TAKE NOTICK tlmt Willimn John  Whiting; oC Ne v Yoi.-U,- Nv Y.,' oooi.pation  Eodlngnr, inlemls to upj'Jy fur perinianion  to r.viroha 0 tlio fDllowin/. d'esoribotl luudm  -Coiolneinjirg ut h jjosI \ihn\eft 00 ohnins  upulli ami 30 chiiiH mat fro ji tlio 1:01th  onst coriior wC lot 570 (on post oii) tlionoo  north 20 chains, tluiuo weal SO fluiu.,  lln-ncfl noutli 20 eliSlua, Uiomoo oust .'10  ch.-iosto point of oauiiwi-couiuut containing CO (io:o-i miuo or Jo-u.  ,AVh.i.iam John Whitixo  Vishor  M. OualiiiH, Agiint  DalulJiiMo 23rd, 11)1'.,  ]hi"'.yA a Ui.wiirp:-'  _ TAKE NOTiJli-Uial Clinic. I\rm. . f  V ai.firmva,*, B.' 0.; ot-cuim.-i m ooirtrac e.,  wUucU to iipt/iy f.,r   mm. tif.11  %.,  .pyr*.  o:������ee J.e iuilo >, uiy    dyec. ibid. ��������� lm&f��������� "  Coii.mei:o;i)K at   a   po:.fc   [A.uivA   ac   t.,.  South oust comer of lot 678, tho a m-h  ���������hi chains, theuco _oui.li  Sfe ch;i'Uh, di-ica -  f-ast flO.ijtiiiias. miwiju. u<-r lr S-J c.-:_i.iS���������.���������','  l^yiafc  A eomnvein!emeu.t: cojjt^ijty,- "��������� ;���������:'*;  iorrsmore   or Ies������. "    -   "    ":    -  ."������������������..     " -Cit.iiiur.s[Liis'sx "  :  ^i,:sh er.__.! j-,.-.. !���������������j._j/ -  TTitedJuun"l9.1j; ioia.      ,j   a."-1^-*'  "*>aa*^^**c**^*^J^'^*^-,^J**-^***f-u^^^i.itat____1^_, ...^bj,^-^ .  ���������  " \    S.vywnrd  Li.aI U-isfcrict' "    .  Du>lr>m  of'S.vward '     '  TAKENOTl(3i.:tl:a.>jyi,lo>,B,���������ne;l.J  ..t Vaaciiuvor, ocjinmLiW   _.me, iult2.���������,.'.  to ap;.*ly for jHii-.)iis.,io'ii ;0   |mrcu..,.o- ij,*' ���������'  Ulowiuu  .lo.crbi.-U   laiia.i-Ooiuur.n,,  fit a po.t ul u.t-id .tl ih.   i 01 (,h e_Sl t������������������.���������������  j.aJoI. 081, tJieacoi-ii.t  -JO ci.iibs, U.oi'.r,    ���������  ' ���������hnnce nnrlh   40   c-'iiii-r,. " .he.u-e   ww,    '  ���������W_oimu8,   tbwuo   uouih   io diiiii 6  '.'.  pOl.il Of    OiillililOUfUllltUt    COiltUllin.'r   -Ir-(l  acres uioro ur less. " "  .   -Mvjm.fi BoNis/'jyv ,  I'lb.-.oi- M. G-Kklae, ..������ i?h,  DatedJuoolfl.ii, i^j. ** ,'1"  '���������"nywiird I/iitid Uiiitrli'*.  Dim riot of Sny ward.  TAKK NO TICK tl-.nt (loarijo Sliutljo, (.f  New Yorli, N'. Y., otonpnliuii onuiiici'i',  iiiioml-j to qiply it r \ ormklon to jiur.  . li'iBO llm followmy; ilr-et-iIIh-J lundm���������  iJ.iiuinoncl.ig nt a |M.t plniitoil ������J0oIi-i|iib  ii'iith of tlio iiortli-oiifit tuiruor'i.f lot Ml,  v. onco t<ii_t  .0 (;i|.iii.M, liiuiiu' north   H)  i-lli.ilU, ti.C. OO    Hilit    'JSI   dull)*,    Ui|<|:i!u  ������:iilUIN0  u)i.ui)fi  lo  |io ill .if  con iijtlit-O'  muit coi.t lin Hi. HD nt:r<* m.,r.������ 01 |.:������i,,  (���������KOISiiK HTUi KM  Fi'lUT M. (illHUillH,  AfPllt.  IMloJuiio llllll, iDlfl.  Rfiywiii-il I.-,'ml Dh,t ia.  I)l9llil>t i'f SiyWRnl,  TAKKXOrKK   li.it iltttrffi Olurloi  .Stt'iii*, i.f  ISo.v   I'.'ili, N, Y.,   (.,n.Mip.,t|...|j  elcrb. iiilm.il. In  npp'y for I'.-rmiiinin  I",  liuroliii.o tlio r<>! ii".iijjiU'M".i!.i-J IiimI.i-  Co'uirii'iirj.iR til it"p(i_> ih. t-d -10 oh.inn  wo>l >.i.(l l!'i t!,ni:;n 11 -r'!i < I -,'n, u^t'i t'lht  ,   Siiyw'ord Liii'd District.  Di'trict of Soywiird.  TAKS.NOTIOli   tint  Hmry   Alfred  Uo fJ, of Now York, Now York, ocoupctl-  oiit'loottiuiiiii, j'.tondn to npply f.irporuiiB  ftion to puriniH.ii) 1 to puroliii.o tlio folio*-.  I ng doHcrilioil liiiiiln:���������Coiniiioiioiiiij ut r.  pout plmjtuij ii'. tho ncmtli omit corocr <���������!  lliouorlli Hos'iiiiiurlcr of lot 58,'J, tbuio.  ���������lOollllillHlilllll,   tli(..|li;u   .(0  villi!IIU  l>ollll.  (liiiimti .0(!>i!i|.jii ...j.l, tbono 1 40 cliiiin-  ������outlitu[- int'.f i.'.iin iioiiioiiiont coni.-.iii.  iny lOOiu-roi tuoio or 1 m  IIkniiv Aliriiiin IIi;.-iS  Knlior M. <iiBkin������, Agont.  Dnl<-d,Tinipfl.ti', 1912.  Siiyrt-itril Lvd Diiitrict.  Diiitr 0. of SU) wftid.  TAKK NOTICB that William John  Suiliv.in, Now Ymk, N. Y., ooonp-at'oii  olerlf, ini .n<J������ lo-ipply for |ipi-iiii,Bion t-  luiroli.-it.il tlio fi/.io vlnj< tlio followinjj clos-  crib d Iniidm���������'.'otiimornUfi nt a poiit  pl'intriil III ohriitiH south from Ilio niulh-  0'-ut\. cornel' 'it 1<A olfl (on pan'. ������7l) Hhmh-o  north 80 rliHi iih, thrmw c:mt 81  ohuit.p,  iinii.t,!) 11.i Lb oO uiiun-i, tl|trii������u Moat W  fJ.-.-ii..- -, !o p .-;,-<'. <d ..���������., ,���������ij������ii.-v 11,--,., 1,i yon>  lai. i'i(j OK) I'lui'H iiimo 1 r li-iK,  WJI.T.IAM .IOHN SUia.lVAN .  l'i>]inrM, (jiiHliine, ArdiiI.  Unto JiihoSM, 1012.  Snywurd  i.iiiHi iJiatfiot  ,   Dis.riot . f s vni'uvl '  TAKK NiVnci::   th..,'Jos;.,,;,   Uo��������� y  b-op <.f New York, oo.-nj. ti-^n .Sdcs^ii ,  ill tends to apply IW  pam.^i,,-   to   \\\*.  chicso .ihe   nirlo-.\,i������   (..s.rilvJ   lu,���������)fc. ���������  t Oll.lllfclloitlfr'al lipostpiauud    U0    gljUll-.  went Mid ton ob������M".H nortii of tlio *-.uili  Mbt corner of I uw iii, tbo-.:c. Wnh ;"-l  obiiiny, tbonoeemit 20 ouiiiH. thene &.������.���������'.  aOchftinu, thonco iv.mi 20ch/niH t.i nou'r,  of coii.itiincciHonc O'.nt-'iuiiiLr -!.0 ac i_  moie.or It-Hii.  J0.._l'H UkxrY l.'.A!,ll  Dated Juuo2iil.li, 1 ���������)!���������!. ���������  Saywur-i L/jid Uirftri-jl'  1) i-triuc 01  Sirywu'U  TAKK NOT]';.',   tint jau,M ]?,.���������, .,,|  Dui.11 of Now Yo.;<, is'.   Y, (,ciiu������,iii ,i  lonclivr. iiifm.cU (0 1 mil, ...   pt-n.,-,*..ion  to pilaLms:. tin- fol'owio-.' dn.cnliiil'luii.l i  ��������� V.'illlliioiicillg'M .1 ,i.i:,|,    pt.'.tjl/'iJ-Kt     {.,!,  1w1r1.I1 onuc-coriu-i- ut l..i. ub,., liionvo ,1,,,-ji,  60 oi.aii.H, tiiircM wi>t SO^iuiiM, tl. n.������  Mtiith SO chaiiiM, hiiiwo win SO ulijiins ti,  p-.nit lit u.'.i.iiv 0.>!.|tl j,t k.-ui.liiir.ii i' (ito  i.'roii moro cr |i.n. '  J.v.Mi.ii iJi?i<N/,i:,i 11 wuy,  V'lib'-I    Al. li.^i.ll,.,    ..;  I; ,  'nio I .ImioC-ltb, KM','    ���������������������������.-,���������    H.iywi'.-.-d bicf.t .1)1 triuf,  Dl;(|io. , f .*;.VV..:(1,  TAKK NOl'J lu ,|i,i .f...,,. I,,,,..,....  Itj-iiu i.f Now Yi.i-it, No-v Vyi'li, cc 1 ,f.i.i.  ������������������Hi bmlicr, inti'iuli iu ,i( ply fi;r o niiu*Mi  to piiruli mo iho piu-cl) iM, \\)t) f���������]i0,. j j, ^  Hcribcd iuiidt.i���������l.'iiiiiijor.citis' li n' pi. 1  plu'iiod id, Ibo nouh'.w.iit cii'iw i-f :ii0  Miith oust iMinrtw J 1.1 r.f'J, tlu ;���������:... iS.,fl  BOohiti.H, thviicoii.nth 'IMcb-iiiifi, il������u c_  wtst SO olmb.n, tin. ._ ������_jiitl* -10 i-_ii.it. 1 .  P dnt of uo-iuiiuiuniiu-i.t GoiiliiiiJiii. ;i>ji)  ii'.'iij-. inori* 0. I*-. f.  .0 J.V I.KCN.\';(J|-;y  N  I'lubu M. l.)|i'.!;-,iH, .\.i.>..!���������  D..������i- .I.;iK.-'.!t;,i., I'.il-..  Sll> M'.ini  l.;i::fl  J>;^|Th:!.  I>i-'ri(,-i o\ !;:iiy\'."."<!  TAKK iiitivp  thut  ,J..������]jii   Cha.  *kly,    of    Xow    Vork,   N   V..  .      I : !*���������  '.������.<_.ii>.n..\.,������       , uci'ian, i.ikriiii-j  t<> apply f<T pctutJssioii lo pur-  ('liitio iiii> f-.il!(A\iiifi df-vvriU'fl  laii'ls:���������t,omim,ii������,ii.ir   nt .1  poit  tii   i.'u'j  ;;0  Sny ward Lod Hub i������t,  Diutiiut of S.ywiud,  TAKK NOTICE tlmt William AiiK'nimt; iaiiu������;~-v ormiu-li'-it.tr  IllKchoil, ,f   NoivYurlt, N. Y., ucBuwi-!   1    ,   ion   1   ���������  tion rh-rk, iiilrt,,!. to ������p,.|y f���������, ponni,.^*..! I)li".,,C"1 *' ' c,'������'',h s ,J'  to  puicliiiio  iho   I'lllowbiK   (l1i.cril(.-iH')i;iiii,--c.'i>t o| thy   iiorln ���������.*(,.��������� in-r i.f  Ifliiil:���������-fun iiii'li.-'niT M    n     ,,,,.,1   1 !.,,,������, I    1,i   r,' 1     ,'���������      ,    .     -ii.     I     ���������  IJDcbiiiH 11.ia. iuul In ilnnn inulb A Cn-i ,  nojth-w^L .-iiruirU |..l IM   ;,. t! c ,... 1 "'M;,!  ',(11"'������'''.'  <���������'    I't   "^A'Aa  fid tihvm more nr loni,   In in* .Vi), :|..|.| j.  -"Ili'i I'll * * I ���������. 1 j: ���������.-,   il; ���������-*.���������(,���������   (���������, .;   :.;{l  ii) An., j..... out h  nhyp <n t bmn .'nry   -f  .Lain., l^nur i;U ;li   '',[��������� o.b-'u-. 1-  cofii-r of Iu:. .V^. iIumjo ivn   -ID   ili.in*,  Uioio.in, I.  s-iil, >..|   ih.-,..,. *rh\  4D,Ifl531, llimv.;.fliiiiwi...iiMM'.r.-������i Lni       ���������        ,  elm *.'l-.o,,o u-.nb?u ,������.,,.,���������,tnVn-m..*  (., |,w:j ;.,   lb,..c m,'A,   io om.i_;)   v���������-l"������! "������ l'"������>'":������-" " *������"i-:.l   i-p!-.-'.:  point of fniiiii.fiicciriutit ciiilniuii.^  '.������������), in.-,'���������������*'"<-l*-h lip>tc or !������'h������,  r.l'fl'H lliniv in- 1. im, 1 1 (J')'t.V   (' '."������������������'-tHY  WII.UAM AU������AUST IlISCllOi-S-- |/:..|,tl.   M. f;u,Y:,Slt,".W  l.*la.rM.O,kii:..A.0M.    " i���������;l,j Jwllt j;,^ JUJSi  ooiiitiK.nci'uivul r-t.ntuii.il 1; fcOatrt-H more  or iii..^,  (iKor.dKni.MtrK^sruN'K  Tinlur M. l^tsM..)!, Aboiit.  Dak-Juno J'.i.li, Ui)-.'.  I)..t.. Jutiu C0il������, ,012,  t**t*  mm V^Ht'.Y*;',--:.'  -*���������_! HAUVrtVWUWU -MMfWtC  W l*������uk*w������ vwwjttttfUaU*35^l  TTTR Piw<!. rrnvrPF-PT * vrv ���������   r  8.  ifc  sr  r  After anySickness  nothing so rapidly restores health  and vigor as SCOTT'S EMULSION.  It is the essence of natural body-  nourishment, so medically perfect  that nature immediately appropriates and distributes it to every  organ, every tissue���������feeding,  nourishing and restoring them to  normal activity.  SCOTT'S EMULSION is not a  patent medicine, but is nature's  body-nourishment with curative,  upbuilding' properties and without  a drop of drug or alcohol. It contains superior cod' liver oil, the  hypophosphites of lime ancl soda  with .glycerine, aud is so delicately  emulsified that it enters .'the system  without digestive effort���������builds,  tones and sustains.  After croup, whooping cough,  ' measles and other child ailments it  Is'nature's ally in restoring health.  After grippe or pneumonia it  Imparts strength and health, and  for colds, coughs, sore, tight chests  snd throat troubles SCOTT'S  EMULSION gives the greatest relief  known.  6cott & Bomw, Toronto. OaUrlo        11-59  Superfluous Caution  Tho Gaelic languago has soma peculiar Idioms. For example, when an  English speaVor would say, "Post thla  letter as soon as yon have dined," tha  Gaelic rending would bo: Do not  post this letter boforo you havo dined.  ,In tho gool town of Perth N.B., a  wealthy Highland shipowner, UBlng  Uio ordinary languago ot . tho " place,  but arranged ������������������ mostly as .-It literally  translated from Gaelic, visited oao of  his vessenl when ready to start on the  titlo serving.  Beforo returning to his olllco, ho  gavo this parting Instruction to the  seamen:  Dlrinii lak* her aw.V lads, afore sho  lloals..  Pleasure First  Where dp you get youi* papers, little boy? asir.d tho benevolent old gentleman.  la'rojii Jimmy Wilson, sir, answered  the small bay.  Ancl who Js Jimmy Wilson?  Oh,- ho's a newsboy!  Ho buys 'em  at the newspaper oflice.  How much do you pay him for tliem?  ���������A'penny each  Ancl yet vou sell them for a halfpenny.     You can't mako much. ���������  No.  Then "why do you sell them?  Oh,, just to  get a fair  chance ot  hollering!  Because they act so pen tiy'(no.  purging or griping) yet so  thoroughly  NA-DRU-CO  LAXATIVES  are best for the children as well 83  lho grown-ups. 25c. a box at  your druggist's.  National Drag mi Cluir.ltil Ct. tl Cinih, tiatlri  162  Teacher ���������I will give twopence to  ihe boy -who cau namo three invisible  colors.  Tommy"Smith���������-I can, sir.  . Teacher���������Go on, then.  Tommy Smith���������A lawn after a  snowstorm ts an Invisible green.  Teach er���������-That's very good. Now  the next.  ��������� Tommy ftSmIth���������During the recent  burglaries In our neighborhood there  was no policemen about., That's an  invisible blue. ���������  Teacher���������It's very wrong to say  that. You shall only havo a penny  now. "  Tommy Smith���������Well, keep the penny in your pocket, nnd that will bo an  iuvlslblo brown.  Mlnard'* Liniment Cures Distemper  Overheard during" tho ..holiday season at Blackpool:  A little boy said to hiu father: Eh,  fey ther, isn't thero a lot ot fooalc on  th' sands this week?  Father���������Aye, but there'll be a lot  more on th' rocks next week.  VERIBRIJMROI!  THE WORLD'S BEST WOOD  POLISH  Cleans and disinfects everything  ln your homo from the collar io the  attic. Put it on your duster nnd  dust Hardwood Floors, Woodwork,  'Ulnploums, Pianos, Furniture, otc.  Makes c/erythlug just llko now,  Monoy refunded Jf not satisfactory.  Matlo by the  DOMESTIC 8PECIALTY CO., Ltd.  Hamilton, Canada  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAIL-  ROAD SCHOOL  Thin ochool Is located in Toronto  and doc-H much onch year to supply  tho active demand for Tclograph operators wanted by our Canadian rail-  woys, A successful record of fifteen  yoars and hundreds of officials nnd  operators ln actlvo railway sorvlco today Ih tho best guarantee of lho reliability of this well known school.  Tho book "Guided by the Key" explains tho work fully. Wrlto for It.  Address W. II. Shaw. President, Toronto.  A Suitable Moment  Ves, my memory Is   getting   vory  bad.    Ily tnls timo tomorrow I hIiuII  havo forgotten everything I imvo dono  today.  Il'm CouLI you ohltgo mo with tho  loan of ii liver, old chap'/  WEAK .STOMACH  Need New, Rich Blood to Restore  Them lo a 'Healthy Condition  Actually In need of food to nourish  lho body and yet afraid- tp eat becauso of tho racking pains that follow. Thai Is tho condition of tho  sufferer rrom indigestion���������a choice between starvation or merciless torture. " .  ' Tho urger.l need of all dyspeptics,  of everybody whose organs of digestion 'have become unfit to perform  tholr important duty,, is for stronger  stomachs that can extract nourishment from focd." Dr:. Williams' Pink  Pills give .weak stomachs just, the  strength thay need by .enriching the  inwsd���������unppl>T*-tn.U9-giv-Ing_tojUL_asd,  strength to ��������� the stomach and, its  nerves, and enabling it to do tho work  nature intended it to do. ' Thousands  of cases ot indigestion have been  cured by Dr Williams* Pink Pills, of  which tho following is but one instance. Miss h, A. Brown, Port Albert, Ont., nays:- "For a number o!  years I was a terrible sufferer from  indigestion e.nd nB a result I becamo  completely run down, and- suffered  from backaches and nervous troubles  as well. I had to force myself to eat,  but 'novcr enjoyed a meal owing to  (he awful piilim that followed eating.  Life .was becoming a burden, and us  medicine after medlclno failed %to help  me I felt 1 ti as doomed to go through  life a constant sufferer. Finally a  wauled sls^r strongly' urged mo to  try Dr, WIlllamB' Pink Pills, and I  have reason to bo thankful that I followed her advice, as thoy have fully,  restored my health, and I can now enjoy all kind, of food without tho leaBt  discomfort and my friends say I pm  looking better than I have dono for  yearn: At all events I know I feol  ijko a now person, bo shall alwayn  praise Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  Hold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at GO cents a box or six boxen  for $2.50 from Tbo Dr. WIlllamB'  Medicino Co., Urockvllle, Out.  Wigwag���������I never know such a fellow as Jones. Ho is always looking  for trouble  .. liPiipocko���������Then' why doesn't ho get  married?  For Sprains and Bruises.���������Thero Is  nothing bctttr for sprains and coutus-  Ions* ihairD). Thomns' Klootrlo Oil.  It will raliien the welling that follows  a sprain, will cool lho Inflamed llosli  nml draw tlio puln uh It by music.  It will tak<* tho ncho out ot a bruUe  and prevent tlie flesh from discoloring It seems nn If thero wna mm.lt*.  In It, no Rpo.dlly does tho Injury din-  iippenv uuuV: treatment,  Gal! Stones Cured  After 12 Years  A Winnipeg lady has been cured ot  gall-stones aftor suffering from that  painful' complaint for twelve years. She  liad taken mnny treatments and' many  remedies but each and all proved failures, until sliR took SANOL, tlio already  well-known remedy for GdU-stcmcs, JKld-  ney-stones, Gravel, Kidney troublo, Lumbago and other dlaenscs caused by urlo  acid in Uio system. It waa a great  victory for'SANOL. So grateful was  this lady tint -she sent a p-eat number  of her friends to us to bo treated and  In every ono of theso cases tho'results  havo bceninoa. satisfactory.  Wo aro willing and anxious to supply  tno name of this wcll-ltnown lady. Wo  havo also records of cures In every town  nnd locality In Canada and we would bo  anl* to refer you. to some of yom* ncl_r>-  hors for an opinion on  SANOL. "  This remedy in manufactured only by  ths SANOL MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD., 977 Main  Rtreot, Winnipeg. -For ealo by most  leading druggists or direct from th*  makers at $1.50 per bottlo.  Ship Your  HIDES AND FURS  to'     .     ,.  McMillan fur & wool Co.,  i      -* i  Winnipeg, Manitoba  You ought to wear  Reliable merchants have them  in stock " "*  CANCER  .   Book Free.  . A simpls  noma   treatment removed  lump from thla lady'a breast  Old sores, ulcers and  ,, ...  tfrowths cured.    Describe  rw troiiMejjivewin ������<"<> book and testimonials.  THE CANADA CAN^~EiTTflSTITU7E7Liiweo~  tO CHURCHILL AVK��������� TORONTO  Diplomatic Newt  When tho first Napoloon wm leaving his Island prison to resume hie  shaking throne, during tho moteorlo  period known as the hundred days,  that faithful organ known as the  Monlteur was much perplexed. -The  Bourbon King had not yet Quitted  Paris, and until he had done so, or  until Napoleon arrived, the Monltour'e  path waa sown with pitfalls. But  the editor was equal to the emergency,  lie thus chronicled the news from day  to day:  "  The Corskan ogre haa sailed-from  Elba.  Tho ex-Imperial tyrant has landed  at Cannes. * ��������� ,  ���������   Tho Pretonler haa   reached   Gr*r  noble. , <���������    -  General Bonaparte: haa arrived at  Fonlalnbloau. ?  His Imperial Majesty entered his  capital-yeBlei day. amid tho rejoicings  of his faithful subjects.  On the Instalment System  They wero cxpeYts in many things,  but chiefly in the art of bragging. And  at tbo momont they wero discussing  their own wonderful feats as vocalists.  Why, said the American, blowiug  rings of smoke from his cigar, the  first time I sang ln publlo the audience showered me.with bouquets.  Bless you, there were enough to start-  a flower shop  Faith, an" T can beat you, cried the  Irishman. The first time I sang  was at an open-air concert, .and be-  gorra, tho aadienco were that delighted they presented mo with a house  they  did.  , A. house! -You must bo oft your  head, interrupted tho American scof-  fingly.  Not at all, answered Pat. I tell yo  they gavo me a house���������but It waB a  brick at a tdme!  A Sailor's Life ''      .   ,_   ���������  A sailor .has no. E C timo  When on'the D P sails. ,  It's R D finds aloft to climb  Exposed to I C gales.  And then ln K C makes a slip  Or If he D C grows,  A tumble.from tho   I N ship.  Is his last N D ho knows.   -  "When overboard for A D cries  With N 11 G and vim,  And though of little U C tries  A vnln S A to swim. -  ���������  But when no L P finds ls near,  ��������� Nor N 13 way- to save,  He then, In an X S of fear,  '   aiust'C K watery grave.  Old A J sall-ir seldom knows,    .  But-if old A Cb gains,  HU of baccy .cures bis woes,  And-grog L A's his pains..  We N V no poor Bailor's life,  ���������In-J.-D-haa_ui_J.HIL, __ .  And, feeling P T for his wife, "   "  , Our M T tallv is done..  ��������� NON-SKID CHAINS  for Automobiles  In stock all sizes���������Atlas, Weed and  Leader  John Millen & Son, Mfg., Ltd.  8-t Princess Street,  Wholes-ilo and Retail, Winnipeg  Bho-���������Mr. Scrapplngton nnd his wlfo  wero riding In tholr car yesterday,  when It skidded  and thoy fell out.  Ho-Woll, that was a littlo variety  for thom. Umially tholr fallings out  take placo nt home,  THOUSANDS  ot turner*  jim! horsemen  liavfturjvr.dmoii'.y  ; -i.. u   y..-..  d.-iUVlpjivluOire  |_fSpsvlti������,Citrb, P.lnribonr������, Kjillnt, Bony  Crowilirv mul Lamcner-s from muiiy other  enii������f������. These num know tlmt Krndall ������  ll * jiiniwiy saver and u licruo caver. We  can prove It by tlioiitandv ol  Oruletiil LotUri From Utwt  j.K'.i'titait. il'.it.. Of,', Mill, ������������r.  "t haveo l.'.rRr itackct liorin mul ������m ������  iM*rnt l>!ii*sl)r������ Blwvlll Ciirr. I mult liy  tliat I always luil Air \*%i lulUr* ll .'A fi'mi  Ils ii������r, I Ual cnu rccjoir.runv'.'M it tr������ ������ny  liurMuWr," JOHl'.Wt I'l'OMn. ^  ,, Ticri*-* I,'.������.*, IU:1. t>B*. Mil, :}ii. '  "I li.ive i;i*.t KfudnH'* '."���������Yiti'i i'-'if- for  ������v_y������m. I luil ll ������ siiit < u-.e lur l>i'*irln*."  VIT.MfcM f.rtA.'T.  fri.e ;c T'T **u;������-< tutVir* I: Jo.lt  dmr",!** lot (..t W-'k ���������''.': i.:"f. ������n ''���������.������  Uann" or uti'-e to us. 73  Dr. B, J. K<hv!aII Company  frwhiu-. r������JI*. V.tx.Af, U. fl. A.   r   "������ - '    IIIUII'    ������S1fi>l'l l ���������  Who wiih tlmt sooily Individual I  iiaw you Klvo half a crown to?  Au old 111entry friend of mine; author nf "Ten Thousand Wnys of Mak-  Inn Money.'  i.i _ i i-i is       ���������   i  ���������  While r.t'onHlnf. ii City sLroot a  farmer was Ju.oclieil down by a motor'  car. lloforo he could j;ot out of lho  wny ho wai knoolcod down ai.ii.ln by  a molor-nyclo which camo vushlng  iiIopa boblud,  A frlond cf. IiIh on the pavement  yol'oil to him:  Why didn't you net out nf tin way7  How In t'.e dickens did Y It uow It  had a colt Mlowlng It? wus tlio luifivy  rospoiiflo.  I.'.'i'.f Viit^rv--Vll'loufh vou lo Ulno  my dnuiihtcrt  younii Mai���������Not nccessiu-y, nlr, I  Unvii jiiot l.-arntl  f/iluard'o Liniment Ctirijfs Cold������, Ac,  j NiiH'ly-olg11 cut of ovory iliousapd  ! wonien mnrrled aniiuully In Kuttlnnd  are wldoiva, nnd yot moro llinn DO por  , rent, of tbo women between the .1RC3  ; uf 15 and &0 remain unmiirrled.  TREAT KIDHEYTR0UB1E  EARLY!  If your kldnnyi *re not rl|Ut, your Vjo'.e  body duffor.1. W������������loct.tli������t nonililion nml  yournulTiirirw will 1>* Increaned tenfold. UJm  neit llm* to Ireivl klduey troubln It ln tb*  herlnninj. T������Lo IJJt. C'rAltK'S AWJ5KT  Nrl'UVl I'U.LS ������t once, when you li������y������  Ume back, headaohiti. ipots beforo tho  eyoi, piluH In tho jnlnbi, etc   ���������������������������  Mont peoplo know tho ynnio of iweet  nltro in IU tdinn on lho kldnnyi. Fly*  other proved ������poolflci avi meii In Uit.  CLAUK'B HWlokf NlTlll! l'IM.fl. Thoy  eleann*, ionnnnd stlmiilAto Impaired klilneyi.  Pul you right nud Ueep you rlcht, fluid  evei-ywhsr* tt fifty ceoti a box or milled  direct by * 41)  THI MAflTIN, BOLE A WVNNC 00.  Winnipeg:, Oaiuda  Laughed Once  A certain Kuvopeun venlmont ntn-  tloned in Northern Indlu hns ti colonol wbo has only ouco boon seen to  liuip.li,  A prlvatn ot UiIh corps, whllo a pris*  onoi In the Buard-i-oom for a mlllinry  offence, bet tho Borjjeant of tho guard  five rniipos Unit ho would mako tho  comniuiidlnt. ridleer lauuh whou lio waa  taken before hlni.  In duo courso, nftor reading tho  charRo, tho colonol nsked tho prison-  or:~-  Hnve you nnytlilniT to sny?  I won't sny anything more about It,  Bir, If you won't, wu:������ tho unexpected  roplv  The Kilm faco relaxed, but tlio bteiii  iloi:iti'u(> iittiiitj nil lb'.- iiiii.'if:   ���������  Voiirtoou days eonflncd to burraclia,  "A Diplomatist Wasted.  A famous animal painter says that  when ho wfti a boy he onco witnessed  ���������a fight between two dogs,.' ono of  which belonged to an Irishman who-  was a retired prlze-flghter. Tho Irish-  mar's dog was badly beaten and tho  fact was a source of deep chagrin to  tho owner. Ho was,vory Jealous of  his dog's record, but as only ho and  tho painter had seen tho fight, ho  asked tho latter, in a decidedly significant way, 'Which of the dogs won.  -. Wby, was tho reply your dog won,  of courso. Ho was underneath tho  other dojf tut ho was chewing tho  lifo out ot tbo othor dog all the'timo.  '.That's i-olfht. said tho Irishman,  you havo saved your lolfo.  An Anatomical Fact  Doctor (to small boy,, ngod four):  Put��������� your tonguo out, please.  Tho Juvonllo protruded, tho tip ot  his tongue.    .  No, no; p*it It right out.  I can't, doctor, was tho distressed  reply; It's fastened on to mo,  Can you paint my wife's portrait?  ' I can mako a, speaking likeness.  For goodness sake, don't do lt, thon!  Levelling tt up  Tbe proprietor of tho big shop on  tho cornor was a chemist, flourishing  withal and keenly buslnoHB-llko. lie  waa nt tho poBt of duty midway bo-  twoon tlio rod and groon vluls whon  lho florcodooklnc lady entered his premises, but be riibbod IiIb hands and  greeted hor cordially,  Good-evcn������iiK, madam, ho whinnied.  In his high-pitched volpo. And what  may I have tho great ploasuro of doing for you?  Tbo foars'.imo lady placed her arms  akimbo, hurt facofl him angrily.  Tho other night, Bho said, In oopul-,  chral tonos, you Hold my huiband a  bottlo of tonic, and ho camo homo and  went for rno like anything, What yer  goin' to do about It?  For a brief moment thn man of modi-  cine wus nonplussed, but only for'a  moment, l'hrm ho turned on his  might-bo eiHtomei' bin sweetest emtio,  and Kimvoly lemarked:'  Woll, mu lam, buy two botlloa for  yourself, and then go home and got  even with him!  I,-i Din mimes of Infant mortality  plmlira morbus figure!! in>f|ii(Mill>, und  It iiu������y bo fi.ibl thut complaints of tlm  bmvcU hid Vint duiti'i.JY.M uf child  lil*.-* lf ail mothers wmtM avail  H:-*!iiH'-lvf-:i -if -.io i>*Ye<'l-vo a remedy  ai Ur. J. 1), KtllognY. ItyKtnUry  t'<udl.tl r.i an > a littlo mm could bo  raved. Tills Curdltil can bo given  wish Kafi'iy to tin! nniiillent chlM, a,^  i'.,th- U i..i tuiiu-lcu .iihfifjvic) In ft.  V. M. U. 024  Hf-i-vy IVol.��������� Do you think" you enr\  i uuiko ii Kc-tft xio.rlvM cf my wife?  i     Mr.   ..nisbawray��������� My frigid, T enn  j r-.nkn It r.n Ht>Al\tn you'll Jumy every  ' time \*ou eej her.  She Had Such  Beautiful Ilamls  tli.it It wai pwfcrtly evident  llitl whe used b'A.KY, the  (itInitial liitr.it  cltitiier, to rf-  iiinvfttliegrbii?  of Ifiti^ewi'ik.  Itiitid (iMurrn  l.y miy oiler  name ������!��������������� twl  nui-lt n������ taweet.  A vo l.l ioiiU  liiiltalluu*. find  tfin^mlwr tlie  e������������e c*>  SNAP  t$te!-'%**jnilf%f.*i**.Uf.  Km* j^it^m.  A Qeneroui Soul  Now, Jim, snid tho old lady to hor  son, wlio w.i'i nbout to loavo tho coun-  tryalde to try lils luck In London:  thero'i p^utv of money In. that big  city, for the strcottf aro said to bu  paved wild y,uld.  Jim, llko Uio Seolchmmi, hart his  dooffl. but theso wero quickly ro-  mo\ed, for ho had baroly got out of  Eiihtoii Rtatlon wlien, to his nurpilHO  ho rmnled, ob ly reposing on tho kerb  a brlfilit, ������h::cini': Ko\(tT������ncn. JfJAH,v.il>  he picked It up, and walked a little  further on, when ho eanio across a  blind man who was begging,  At one������ h'.i. sympathetic heart went  out to tho unfortiimitu man, and an ho  put tho sovereign Into hln hand, he  wld:  Take thi?, my frlond. I can seo 'em  tha' r.-in'M  013  Brings  Solid  Comfort  to Old  "^5^ People  THE  ^RffECTIO]  *^ Smokcuesib       *  All winter longf���������on the Zero days and the  windy, blustering days���������the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater gives them real solid comfort.  It saves them many a cold and sickness for it easily  warms the rooms not reached by the ordinary heat.  The Perfection Heater is made with nickel trimmings (plain steel or enameled turquoise-blue drums).  Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily  moved from place to place.  At Daaltrt Evtryteliar*  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  WINNIPEG ST. JOHN  ������  MONTREAL        TORONTO        HALIFAX  BE  ss  TIP**  ���������*���������-.? y  No Christmas Catalogue This Year  It i������ now high time to think bt Christmas; and   your   Christmas  aeodB.   c A littlo later on the molls will ba ao .heavy that delays aro  liable to occur; and a little later on our Mall Order Department will  be so rushed with business that we wlll have difficulty In giving tho  ���������atteBtioa_t������^ordgr___that, -we'-desire to do? and that we usually do.  We are "not Issuing a Christmas Catalogue this year, but our reg-.  ular Catalogue contains a very tall list of articles suitable'for Yule-  tide remembrances.  The great advantage of including theso ln our regular Cataloguo  ls Uiat our customero can order tholr Christmas, requirements at  tho same time as they ore ordoring other goods, and In this way  nave considerable lu transportation.  Mako your selection,early, and order early, so as to have all the  advantage of aa unbroken assortment.  Ot course we have made provision for big business but It always  happons that thoro la a big run on certain lines which sometimes  Quicltly exhausts our supply.    You can   avoid   disappointment   by  ordering early,  i  If you havs" not had a copy of our Fall and Winter Catalogue  write ������or It nnd wo will send It to you at once. It ls well worth hav-  log as It l������ the biggest and best we hare oyer Issued, while our  values too aro the beit wo havo ever offered,  If you already have a copy of the Catalogue test our valuca and  our service with an order.   You are euro to be pleased with both,  -i't.  ST. EATON C������u  WINNIPEG  LIMITED  CANADA  KW������rY������i������t  Dosp In Thought  Intcroatcil Lady���������Oh, dear, look!  Tlmt'H Mr. Uhymer, tlio celebrated  pool. So Low Ills linger touches  his lip and bow lils lofty brow I������ knit  In thought, Oh, I wondei- what  ewoet moi'flf.l of verso ho In nieilita-  tlngl  Mr. Ilhymor (to hliiinolf)--1 havo  to order sugar from tbo giocer'n, beof  nt tho hutclior'H, pay for last week's  bread, and bring tyonio Hoothlng syrup  for tho bait/. I wleh to goodnos-  Mnry would attend to nil thcuo things  homelf!  Tho Wise Man and the Fool  Onco, in travelling, Dr, Illodao was  exceedingly annoyed by a podantlo  boro who fomod himself upon him and  mado iv groat jmrado of hiu leanilng.  The doctor boio It ns long ub ho could  and nt loimth, looklug at lilm gravely,  said--  My frlond, you aud I know nil that  Is to bo known.  How Ib that? snid the man, planned  with what ho thought a complimentary  association,  Why, mill tho doctor, you know  everything except that you avo a fool,  nnd I know tliat,  "  EveryWoman'sComplexion  ',3 bound <o ������*h<w������ wliHhor or not bIio la In Rood pliyulonl condition.  If the. enmplrxlon \i muddy, tlie skin willow; it'pimples or skin  blemishes appear it Is then attention must bo nivtiu to impiuvo  tlie bodily condition, There Is one safe nnd simple way,  Clear thc system nml nurify tlio blood  with a  few doses of  Quark ln Country Market I'Jaco  (addreuxiiiK one wirtlfulav i:i:m of tho  cvc-wdj���������WHI ion buy a box of cough  lounges?  I ha\cu't ir������t a cough.  'i'ia-u buy U bottlo ut fo'Mnrr i������yn������p  let* the baby.  l'.ut t haven*? any children.  Well, f-oinK' ri.und lo the bn.elc of my  stall and H'A ���������������'<*, ������;������' t'.'-e;v hny como  bloomln' stuff for Hack eyes.'  ���������This well known vegetable family remedy is famous for Us power  to Improve the action of the organs of digestion mid elimination,  'ihey will iretsulutft thc bowel1?, sllmulale the liver, tone the  Floniaeh nnd you will know what It Is to be free from troubles*  from hendnches, backache*, liualtude, and extreme nervousness.  They will make you feel healthier and stronger in every wny.  My <4e.irin# your system of jkiUohous waste Becchom'n Villa  will have good effect upou your looks���������these they  Will Beautify and Improve  Tk������ dU������elloni with titer hat ata of ipeeM vslu* and iwporiane* to wom������������.  S������U srtrywli*r*.  Ia lattt, 28c ?  "W=rrtr>V-^r  !Th  PI*  THE NEWS. CTJJfBEHLANT)^ JJ. Cl  ���������I , hI  The Two  Partners  ?/A  1   Ak  A Story of * Merited  Revenge  By SARAH J. RATH BUN  Poter Morebcad and John Springer  wero partners in a1 mine they were developing In ono of tho western gold  Holds. Several* other'prospectors had  their eyes oh Morchead nnd Springer's  hole lu tbe ground, aud their, glances  ���������' ^vore covetous, for It was strongly suspected that thero wus wealth at tho  bottom of the digging.   "  Theso other men wore Henry Seymour, Bon Lylo and Sam Miller. Tbey  met ono evening in.Seymour's shanty,  .snd tlio topic of conversation fell upon  the Morohead-Springer property. ^ Different plans were proposed by which  'Jthey might get possession of it, and  Una Ily oue wus suggested by Seymour  that met with favor on the part of the  othei* two.   Tho scheme was to put Its  .. owners in such a position that tho property could bo had for a song.  A few days later Springer disappeared.1 Miller produced a knife on  'which wore human blood spots that he  'said had been found near the. More-  ��������� head-Springer nilno. Tbe conspirators  .went to Morebond's shanty and accused him of murdering his partner. More-  head indignantly deuled tho charge, but  . could glvo no causo for Springer's dis  finally convicted and sentenced to bc  bunged. By thla time lit bad become  sensible tbat bis. enemies vere. determined to put him out of the way  I and felt Bure they would succeed. Ht  1 cent for Seymour and offered to sell  him the mine if he would arrange with  some of tbo witnesses to confess that  they had. been mistaken la their evidence or had perjured themselves,  Seymour said he couldn't consent to  purchaso evidence, but he would buy  the mine, and the condemned mau  could uso the raouey received for it,  us he might.seo fit They did not coma  to terms, and Seymour went away saying that he would think the matter  over and come to see Morchead again  the next day.  But tbo next day some one else came  who was not expoeted. Morehcad was  pacing bis cell iu an agony of suspense  when be beard steps in tho corridor  and iu another moment who should  stand looking at him through the bars,'  but his partner Springer.,  It was a Joyful meeting, though  Morebead was so overcomo by the  change from death to life that he sank  down in a swoon. When be recovered  Springer, who- was in full possession  of his faculties, sent away the jailer,  and tbo partners held n conference  alone; Springer revealed the fact that  he hod been told on the day of his disappearance that there was a telegram  for bim at the railroad station some  ten miles distant; "that bis informer  believed tbat it announced tho serious  illness or death of his wife, who was  in the east. He had riddon on a gallop to tho station and on his arrival  had been arrested and spirited away  on the next train tbat.came along. Extradition papers had beeu procured by  creditors of his In the east'ln support  FALL NECKWEAR.  Interesting Nsw Modele in > Exclusive  ?; Collars and Jabotc.  , The collarlcss gown is tho thing for  fall wear, and'nearly all" gowns are  made with V shoped necks, rather  shallow, but low enough to reveal that  pretty part of the throat just below its  base. Collars and Jabots are therefore  mado accordingly.  A sailor collar of white linen has a  two inch band of blue and whlto figured linen stitched around its edge, and  a bishop jabot of flno white linen has  a plain blue border edging it.   The  AN IMAGINARY PERIL  Hew tht Summer Visitor Saved Him4  coif From Drowning.  BASS LAKE, which Is in Indiana  and is fished thoroughly all summer by Chlcagoaus,.ls a peculiarly safe body of water. It consists  chiefly of a 6and bar over which water  about four feet deep ls lashed into terrifying waves by every littlo summer  breeze. To -* Granger lt presents the  appearance of . real Inland sea, where  nono but the best swimmer should venture. -      '  A Chicago newspaper man and his  wife arrived thero on the annual vacation, it was their first visit. Early'  tbe uext morning tlioy'were out in tbe  middle of the lake fishing. The mnn  leaned over to adjust some tackle; lost  bis'balance and'began swimming mad-  'ly as soon as ho hit the water. liii1  falling he had given tho boat a kick  with both feet, sending It farther out  into the lake, and bis wife could uot  row. -' . , .  The woman stood up in the boat and  screamed. The-man swam desperately  toward the shore,  praying that  his  M  RESOLUTIONS.  AUD MULLER I* ������ (cat ftrtr*  But I aver  I'll write no parodies thU year  Concerning her. - ��������� ' -]  -l'Utsbursh Poit  Tha female of tht species la  A dainty bit,  But I will writs no parodies  Cor.ctmlng it.  -Milwaukee Sentinel.  Miss Mary'had a fleecy pet  "XVas not n ram.  No parody will I abet  Concerning Iamb.  -Cincinnati Enquirer.  The boy stood on tbe burning deck-  May be there yet.  No parodies on him, by lieclc.  Willi abetl  ���������Birmingham Ace-Herald,  At midnight In hls^gunrded tent���������  Cicc, how I yearn I  But, no; I surely must respect  Tills heated term.  ��������� ���������Yonkers Statesman  '}   of a criminal charge of embezzlement,-  appearance.   Whcroupon the three men 'and ho was taken east for trial  m  . ������  . \&  incited a number of miners to join with  thcni and hang Morehcad to tho limb  ef n tree.  Under thc leadership of tbo three conspirators an effort was made to force  llorchead lo confess, medieval methods being employed for tho purpose.  They put a ropo around his ueck,  throw tbe other, end over tho limb of  * tree and slowly raised bim off his  feet. Twice under this strain ho fainted beforo bo yielded.   Then he agreed,  e������ rtuuKJ'  thsn aa AonitiD to confbss.  fo confess if thoy would grant blm a  regular trial. By this time (ho number  of lyuchors hnd grown to quite a  crowd, and tbo conspirators lost the  control. Tbo majority wero in favor  of granting a trial, olid Morehcad was  tnken to jail.  Seymour visltod tha prisonor nnd  told blm that bo had becomo convinced  ef his innocence, that Morehond would  need money for his dofenso and that  ho (Seymour) Would buy bis Interest In  tho MorohondrSprlugor mine, which  would glvo tbo accused lho uocossury  funds. -f  This gavo Morohend n suspicion Uiat  tiio accusation mndo ngnlnst blm wns  ti plot to gain possession of bl.i prop*  erly. Uo declined, to soli. Tho trio,  who now ronllzod Mint tbey must get  lilm out of (bo way or In tlio end suffer for Uiolr crime, besides uot gaining  tholr end in acquiring (bo mine, in aim-  fneturcd evidence ngnlnst Morchead.  At tho trial tlioy produced * witness  who Rwono thnt lie bnd seen (lie knlfo  found by Miller in Morohcnd's possession. Olhor witnesses wero brought  forward who sworo Hint (hey bnd  licnrd high words between Morehond  nml Sprlngor tho dny boforo the Ini tor  Iind dlsnpponred. There wns not a  scrap of evidence tlmt did not come indirectly and secretly from tlio conspirators, but (hero wan quito enough  of Ibis to convict tbo prisonor.  Trials, except by .Judge Lynch, nro  noccHsnrlly prolonged. , Seymour nnd  ihono ui tongue will) him ondonvorod  to croaio ti ti-edti^ uiutinn Hid pcopoj  Ibnt Morehe.id's conviction would fall  through nnd .they bnd better take the  mnlter into llioir own linnds. They  wont so fnr ns lo Inclto a mob to nt-  J*'L' illZ Jil'1. f .1.;jw. .'���������> 'I.V.Uiv;!ant6 iii llirt  , prisoner nnd hang lilm. It wns only  hy tbo stondfn^tiirss und bravery of  (ho Hhoi'lrY Hint tho plan fulled. Hearing of It iu llmo, bo mined n number  of deputies, nnd uhen tlio mob nppcnr*  ������d doctored Hint Morehe/id would not  ic given up without n buttle This wns  more thnn (lie conspirator* bnd bar'  tnlned for. In order lo make cnplml H11J1J ������������������,��������� ,1U11IVI, l(I ,���������. ������������������Sf,���������iK, nut  for themselves (hoy nd vised tbe mob Hiey were not sufllclenily Identified  tbey bnd Inollod to reilre, end More- with tbo community for tholr dbmp*  * pea ra net to eauae nny esppelsl com  ment.    The Merefcend Rprlnjrer rolne  cave-In attit remain* n monument to  How much tbo conspirators had bad  lo do with this kidnaping tho partners  did not kuow except tbat Lyle had informed Springer as to tbo telegram  and bad kept tho matter a secret, bo  that Springer's arrest,? which occurred  at night when no,,one was at the station who knew him, did not become  known. r t  e Fortunately Morchead had not let  Seymour know that ho suspected him  and his two pals of having batched a  plot against him, aud Springer had not  since hie,.return ;seen either of. the  three. Springer' had beeu detained  some.(lino fn the east, during.which  he bad made an arrangement-with his  creditors. He had written his partner,  and tbo conspirators bad beeu on the  _watob-for-aJetter-from-him-and-lnter-  cepted It Had Morebead consented  to tbe sale of hia interest in tho mine,  which was two-thirds of the whole,, tbe  plot would have succeeded. His refusal had'placed the plotters in a position that grow moro hazardous every  day.  And .yet, now that their.plan had  been frustrated, the partners saw tho  futility of. proving It against thom.  They decided not, to tako ndvantago  of tho law to obtain redress, but to  achlovo their rovenge themselves and  by concealed methods.  Morchead waB sot at liberty without  any prolonged legal process. lie was  permitted to go without evon the form  of a pardon. Ho wrote a noto to Seymour thanking him, for his kind offer  of. relief when bo was tn troublo, nnd  Sprlngor spoko of his partnor's arrest  and accusation as a nilntiiko-o mis-  tnko that had nearly cost Springer his  life. So interested wns Morohend In  securing tho vengeance ho wns determined on that lie played ills gamo  wllh romarknblo naturalness, and so  far ns Springer wns concerned all bo bad  to do was to sny ns llltlo as possible  Ouo dny Springer wont to Seymour  nud told lilm that tlicy neoded a littlo  capital lu order to proceed In the do-  volopmeut of their mine. Jf be would  llko to invost a llltlo money' or hnd  nnv friends that would llko to do no  he snd' Morehond would be glnd to  tako them In. Seymour bit at tha  hook, rind Springe., who kuow by (his  timo who Ti'oro bin accomplices in iho  plot (hnt bnd uoni'ly cost Morehond  his life, felt euro (lint Mlllor nnd.Lylo  would be taken Into tho Investment  nnd on (ho "ground Iloor."  It wan dually arranged that Seymour  nnd tho oilier two should visit the'  mine nt night, since the pnrtnera expressed a fear that somo outsider  might get wind of what ibo property  wns producing.  On (bo nppolntcd evening the three  accomplices vlslled the cnbln of tbo  partners nnd M'oro shown somo sped,  mens of oro that thoy were told Imd  recently boon taken out of the miuo,  Theso lumps worn so rich In gold Hint  tbey mndo tlio would' be purchasers'  eyes turn green with covotoiiHiinss.  Then Springer offerod to tnko (bom '  into (ho mine uud vlww thorn oro not  yot detached Hint would correspond  perfectly with tbe specimens thoy had  inspected.  All flvo proceeded (o (ho mine nnd  "���������ent down Int.; ll H,nlui.tu <.uiik*d  a enndle, which lie lit nt (lie pnlrnw-e  When tbey reached tbo bottom of tbo  mine tbo cnudlo went out Whether it  wns blown out or extinguished hy n  drnft Is not known A tew moments  later Pprlncor rtsfdiori b.v Mnrnhond,  who gave n pout n blow with nu nr  nud let down a dozen (ens of enrlh  Tho next dny (ho partners reported  (hnt thoy Imd lost their mine by Its  caving In. but (bat It hnd turned out  to be worthless, so it didn't mutter.  Thut wtm llie In.it Hint win *ctn of tbe  pnrtners In Hint region, nnd tbey wore  never beard of In uuy oilier Thivo  men wero not fret) to be inlying, but  JABOT OP PLAITED LACB.    '  jabot is mado with a slight V at tho  neck, with a.flat bow of bluo velvet  ribbon at its "base..    '  Another sailor collar of b'lack satin  extends just over tbe turn of the shoulders and ls there met by long polntod.  rovors of buff colored satin, trimmed'  on their outer edgo with frills of three  inch wide ecru lace. Theso Jap over  from left to right in the front, outlining tbe V shaped neck.of the blouse.  Not only tbo Jabot of plaited laco seen  shoes ancl sweater wo'uldn'frdrag him  under.  Ho and  bis  screaming wife  were ! tor ^f to"ni(lerf,m(1 what floor he  watched by an old mau wbo sat fish- ' .VUlUed uutil. he b'dd boeu. carrIcd *���������������  Suffragist Recipes.  Food aud tho franchise���������bread and  tbe ballot���������do they mix?   Hero follow;  a few proofs In tho form of well tested  recipes  that prove conclusively  that!  lho women who can voto nud thoso.  ,who would voto are also cooks:  !    JS'ut Urond.���������Ucat Into ouo egg one*  ' quarter cupful sugar, add two cupful).  ' sweet milk, four cupfuls of flour, one-  tcaspoonful of salt, four rounded iea-  Rpooufuls of baking powder, ono cupful of chopped English walnuts, (medl-  No Placo For Stammerers. ' um Quo>*   Jllx n" thoroughly and set;  Tom McNeal tells of a Kansas' man .to ri,Iso ll1 l)n������ twenty minutes. Bake.,  who stutters badly. He visited Chlca- ln a hot ovc" th,rty minutes. ,Ono,  go and got into tbo elovator of ouo of 'cupful'of graham Hour-can bo subatl-  the skyscrapers. Ilo 'worked hia Jaw tote(1 for one cupful of tbo whlto flour  frantically, but couldn't get the cleva������  lfc desired.   Bake in one or two loaves.  'stuffed Prunes.���������Scald and wash line  Ing from a pier, while tho wind toyed  ���������with his lavish beard.  The > woman In tho boat frantically  implored this old mau to,save her husband. Tho ancient fisherman arose  impassively, megaphoned his bands  and shouted to tho swimmer:  "Stand up, you lunkhead!" ���������  Experimenting, the man'in (he lako  let "himself down. Then In 'water up  to bis chin he stalked back to bis boat.  ���������Chicago Post.  fourteen stories above where he wanfc  ed to go. Then he came down to tho  lower floor and started up again. Aft-  ,er be had gone through tliis perform-  large French prunes, then Rtcaiu about'  three-quarters of on hour, so tbat you  can shove tho seed out of a small bole.  Trepare a small bowl of coarsely chopped English, walnut meats, a bowl of  So Impertinent.  Governor Eberhart'of Minnesota during an address told the following story  of his own experience:  "Once while .traveling through my  state, 1 was noticing in particular the  great amount of waste tbntwas going  on about me.. During the afternoon I  went into ,tho dining car, which was.  crowded, so I sat down near one eud  once several times ho stepped, out in sultaim, seedless raisins, or else date**  ���������disgust and hunted up the gent who seeded and cut lu'halves, and a bowl  was directing tbe running of tho eleva- of-granulated sugar. When prunes ar*  tors. "S-s-ssy," ho stammered, "w-w������ cool, press Into each half n.'dato���������aij  w-w-would y-you in-mlnd speakin' M������ four or five raisins and n bit of sugar,  th-th-tbat f-f-fel-feller lntb-th'at cagel ��������� then chopped nuts lo fill ont the prune  ,1- w-a-wa-wau. t-to st-st-stop nt ths to original size, press the skin over!  s-s-six sixth f-floor. b-b-but b-beforo 1 lhe,hole, roll 'in sugar aud then iii  can s-s-say s-s-siylh h-he has mo up t-to. iSqunre of parrafln paper,  t-the t-t-tffenty-s-seventh." ��������� Kau<!ns ; Pruno Cake.-One and a half cupful*  City Star.        _   ��������� ' of Hght brown sugar, - one cupful of  butter,  two rind one-half cupfuls of'  Fool"��������� fl0UPi ija|f a cupful of molasses, half  a cupful of ornngo-marmalade, three  "Answer a  Dubblelgh's car lay flat ou Its side  ���������and deep in the aiud in tbo freshly   heaping cupfuls of uncooked prunes  .nl0W������l    0,M     hnv.nc   .H^.-    --   iu.    .wbIc|l    havo    bccn    pl.ev(ou8ly    SCRjde(l  of the car opposite a fleshy-lady, who  i Ai."-'m ~~7 TY" u' _I"T"V11"" ������T", .1 thought weighed at least 250 pounds,  in the illustration  bu   also the corded ���������As , ,,o6ked          thk ,a(]   tMh  bodice over which it Is worn. Is moat tlie cnr wInd0Wf not noticJ     ber  Interesting    lho bows on tho Jabot tjcinriy. j.was Impressed by the ias  add a novel touch and match the satin. ������������������ J .. .. ������������������  ot which the waist Is miide.  amount of farm machinery that was  plowed Add, having skidded off tbe  |i-oad.' through the low stone wall, to gel  ithcre. -���������,..'  "A.hl" cried n passerby from llie roadside.' ' "Had an accident?",.  f Diibblol-.Ii- tried to hold his tongue,  ���������but the strain was too miieh for him.  , "No. of course not,',' be replied coldly.  I'Tve Just bought a new car and hav������  I brought'my old one out here to bury it,  Got  THE TREASURE CHEST.  .unsheltered and exposed to"the wealh-   \���������\ % m&* ������������d,a/hovel In.youi  er and  could  not  help Lt remark    'P������Ckd. T C������Uld lGUd me?    r ^  ���������What a waster   ' '     A reman.,. ^eenj to dlg very deep wUh my motQ|  Just the -Gift���������an^Engaged~Girl ^Wiil~squarely���������and  .^  "Tho  lady   opposite  me  faced ..mo  . -        .           saTd^'Mister, you just  Appreciate.        -^ mind your owu business.'"���������Philadel-  For tho engaged girl's treasure chest ,pb!a Star. .              ������������������--..  an apron of tho practical kind to bo ' ��������� =   slipped on over a pretty frock will be. .   Identified the Animal,  thoroughly appreciated. The teacher had the letters c-a-t on  Probably tho most useful kind is a the blackboard and was trying to teach  'horn.".���������Harper's "Weekly.  and cut off the seedB lo tbe.slzo of  raisins, four eggs, ono level teaspoon-  ful of soda, ono tcaspoonful of cinnamon,, one tenspoonful of allspice, one.  teaspoouful of mace. Mix and bake  alowly for two nnd one-hnlf hours.  Orange Marmalade.���������Four tart oranges, ond;, lemon. Slice line, cover  /with two and one-half quarts of water  and let stand -twenty-four hours. Bolt  hard' ono-balf hour, add sugar cupfnl  for cupful iind let stand again twenty-  four hours.    Boll all together until it  His Message Home.  "That oldest kid* of mine," confide*  [Laurence DoVinne, "had a hunch about ���������  [a year ago that lio wanted to go out,  'west   I know better than to encourage  polllcs, aud Just before-taking off add  tbo Juice of two lemons.-  Plcnio Sandwiches,  Racy  Chicken   Sandwich.���������Use   the  such fool ideas by opposing (hem, so 1   'white meat of the chicken only.. After  studio apron, such,as is used by the   little; Pansy^ Peavlsh to pronouns tlm   fJoia_l.lm to go ahead.   I said Pd pay   rubbing tl.o chopping bowl, with na  ���������woman- artist. Got' a good patlern  with slpeves reaching to tbo wrists and  cut without too much fullness. Chooso  aNplnk gingham of fino.quality or ri  clear blnek aud whlto stiipe which always washes well.  For tho former'trim tho ueck, which  word, but Pansy couldn't come to it.  "Think," said (ho teacher. "What is  It that has some whiskers and comes  up on the porch lato at'night when it  is cold and begs to come up into tho  bouse?"  "Oh, I know!" exclulmed littlo Pansy,  ������  Political Note.  ��������� Marching six miles In n parade  Is a wearisome method of show  Ing your political sentiment, but  It Is Hiifer.than ranking u speech  which mny be quoted ngalnst  you,-Washington fltnr.  *>M'*I**W*"I*rW������I'#i**I**I*,'l,*!**l**I**l,*I**!**i'*I,*I**I"'I"*I*  ������  should be cut slightly square, nnd tbo   a,,great light dawning.   "It's papal"���������  sleeves with a two Inch Insertion, of; Philadelphia Telegraph.  whlto embroidery and fasten at the  - ������������������  back with whlto pearl buttons.  .. A somewhat dressier npron, though  not eo useful for protection, Is mado  like a-waitress' apron with straps over  tho shoulders". A pretty effect, ls nnd  with ecru or pnlo pink percale, tho  straps embroidered In u cross stitch  band that is curried, on, each sido to  the bottom of the npron. The hem nt  bottom nnd sides Is Unlshed wltb n  row of two ehnln'stitching worked,in  the samo cottou as tbe bands.   '  . Three Cennlng Hints. '  When canning berries iny- tho jnra  on their sides lusteud of stnndlng un,  ns usunl. Once In awhile glvo ench Jur  a little shnke until entirely cold It wlll  bo,found thnt the berries tiro evenly I  distributed through tbo Julco nnd not  nil on top of the Jnr  In innklng Jelly hnvo a plpco of thin  muslin or rhifKcclolli hiindy. wot It  nnd Instead of "skimming" strain tho  jelly Into Hip glasses through Hip cloth.  Vour Jolly wlll bo clearer und you will  hnve moro of It.  For cunning cut two holes In onn  side of n live gnllou oil cnn. stick a  piece of stovepipe lu ono, while tbo  other hole Ih used to cook on, It takes  vory lltllo fuel nnd nuilies bunt he'it  Hum the kitchen runge. nnd nil tbo  canning cnn bo dono outdoors,  Pilling For Cushions.  Housewives limy iiiulte HiemMvos  nny number of pretty mid Inexpcmdvo  summer ciiHhlniiH for the living rou in  or porch couch by culling n roll of cot-  tun butting Into Kiuull sqimroH and  liPiitlng in n baking pun In the oven for  j n half hour, uxlng this for tilling, nnd  covering wltb a diilnty nllp of mine mil-  .rrlnl which will wash woll, such iih  (lowered chlni;. or crpionno or some of  tin* gnyly :<tf.i.!i*i.l .���������-,!.''_. ;���������..;, l- U.n  ahop*  Ench lllllo Mqiuiro of tho enttnn will  flu IT up to about twice Un oriel mil size  nnd wlll be uh Unin as n fcnilici One  must bi������ very direful, however, not lo  huvu the ovon too hut nt tho cotinn ������i  iil>t w Ki'iiri'li, Vt-e a halt roll ot eoitou  for oiii-li pillow, lining a niuKlIu slip  elghioen IucIips miiiiiro.  jhis faro oneway.. Ho look mo up and   onion, chop Jn It lho chicken  meat  jwent to tlii������ coast.   Well, I got this tet-  legrani from him thc other day:  '"Dear Dud-Life is short.   Let,us  spend it together.'  "Ho stnyed In the ten word limit,  but I understood what he mennt. Sny,  rcomo around to tbo club tomorrow. 1  'wnnt to Introduce you to a good kid."���������  Cleveland Plain Denier.  **I**t**I**I0I**I*_**!**I*#J,*I* *I������������!������*2**X������������T������ *I,*I*p ���������?���������*!������������������?������������������!������������������?������������������  A Winning lisue.  The political party thnt cnn  solve tlio vacation problems for  everybody will bavo a mighty  good cbnnco of winning at tho  polls.���������Douver Republican  ^���������������5������j���������X���������!"J"l������I"H������!"l"5"M"I"J"H*,I**!"J**!"i-  "Whnt would you do," ho asked, "If  I proposed I" you?"  "I'd write home lo fnthor nt onco for  $l,(i(iO," wan lior reply.  "Hut I dun't see the connection," ho  murmured    ;,  "Well, you'know, fnthcr bet mo Hint  nmoiint that you never would proposo  nt nll,"-Siitlro.  Subject Unto Vanity.  KIKy-So l-.'dltli Is loiirnfrig to piny  the burp   I didn't know she liked that  lnMtnitnrint',ni,pi������i,fni|������  Mnrlo Oh. kIio dopsn't, hut .luektnld  her mIio hod protty nrinsl-ltoHton  Transcript  Young Dnn (watching tho tide golnj  lent on bis (Imt visit to tbo senshore)-  'My onth. ilndl Tbey cnn do witli  somo rnln down here. Why, I cnn soi  Hie blessod dam dryin. up!-Sydnej  Uullotln.     Qonlp In Olden Time,  "I  henr," Knys  Mothunoliib's niece!  "Hint Tll7.iili, the dnughicr of Shiimu-  pplli,  ts (o wed  ItllUle, tho son oi  Ivootb."  "V.,.," i'i)'!iCu Afal.jju, Ibtl llaugilllll ol  MPRtigR.   "Tl\t������ Idea! Why, be is ynum  enough to ho her ErcHt-crandfntlicrl"-  , 'Judge's Library.  I  bend   wns again  saved   from  being  murdered  Working In thi* wny, under cover,  the Ihroe men crpntrd ho much bitter-  Bt������������ ncnltixt (he accused Hint he wns  a cane ot lOvvtouMiemt wherein there  watt nothing to coveted.  A Hand/ Oath Mat.  To lliosp who nre living In lioucps In  whHi ttr.'ro are no bathroom.* ihl.������  Imtli mat wlll bo found llu- handiest  Hllng III Hip house. e:.iice|;i!ly wlieio  (here nre f-blldii'ii Hny n n|tmr������������ of  diirk* (nblo ollclnib. cut off eornprn (o  tnnlic It nearly round, get n Mere of  lueli ropt* loiiu fiioiiuli to roiu'ti nroiiiiil  mat, fold ������-������lj!o nt AUUdh haett over  rope to under Ado tout *t,lcli In idm-n  irer rope N'o wutn run at *m iloor  nbon (be tub Is net on this unit.  The Danger, 1  "flut I doctor niVHulf bv the nld ot  uiprilrul books "  "Yoh. nnd noine line dny you'll dlo of  a misprint!"-Loudon Opinion,  Official Builnen.  Mlsslonsiry Why doyou look nt nie  tin InfpiiflyV  Cnnnlbnl-I nm the food Inspecior-  nuffnln (Vimnioivlfil.  ������-!-:-!-:-W������+.H-:-i-M-W-W-K-W������H^  Self Detrayal.  Vou rnn  nlwnys tell  o mnn  who !*rn imcil to bring pollle l������y  Hip  wny   he ermines   It  In  tltl  fiiiergoupy.  Wnehltigton Ktar.  ?  T  T  Mean.  Tlio red linlrod elrl wn������i lining to'ico.  dliout (lie color of her hnlr.  "My bnlr In not rod," Aie snid Indlg  nnntly; "It Is'burnlslied gold."  "llenlly!" Hiild her best friend. "Wlinl  carnt'/"���������London Opinion.  Plowi'n' Can V/alt.  "Vat. yoimli nephew Klnblcd bli  uprlii;; plrtwln' yef, IUI|;"'  "\\';i;il, no, Jim nln't (.tnlitcd life  fahiii work yel: lie's powerful far bo  bind lu his (Willi*r-Puck.  Season well with paprika, stir into It'  a lltllo chicken slock, then sulllclcn.  amount of iiiayonmilso nnd prepare aa  any other sandwich,  Uoinalno Sandwich.���������Placo a young  crisp leaf of ronialno next to n thin  uniform sllco of sandwich broad. To  prevent tbo mnyonnalso dressing from  soaking into tbo bread and untieing It  heavy put lho dressing between after  removing crusts, Cut Into any shape  lho fancy dlctnlcs.  Corn Beef Snndwlches.���������Have the  boof cut In very thin slices. Cut In  slices of equal thickness and shape  some Inrge sweet pickles. Just a  touch of mustard, either French, Kiig-  llsh or plain, should bo spread ou (lie  beef. Plnco botwocn thin slices of  bread,  Pluenpplo Snndwlch.-Ono cupful df  plnbnpplo Julco nnd pulp, three-fourths  of n cup of sugnr, Julco of half a lemon, Indy fingers, Cook (ho pineapple,  sugnr und lemon julco until (hick; lot it  cool, spread upon lndy lingers or  ���������ponge drops. Press together In poles,  Dnles aud .(linger Snndwleli.���������Chop  tbo dates nud preserved ginger, molHtoit  with nli-iip from. Ibo ginger Jnr nnd a  littlo lemon Julco; cook wllb a little  wntor or not to n smooth pnsfe; cool,  When cold spread lho tnliiiiro tipmi  thinly sliced brood nnd cut lu diamond  shu pus.  Lobster Bmulwlcli.-Chop the lobster  ment till pretty due, quite to n pilule,  Htlr In mnyoiinnlHP, n hint of onion, a  few drops of'sherry or brandy. Mir;  then spi-eiid on leltuco leaves bet ween  two (hiniy cut slices of brcuil lu ths  usual wny.  For the 8ummer T������bU.  Tomato (Vnelot.~SMn n tomato nnd  cut tt up fine, mid n piece of shallot  chopped line, sepurnto threo eggs and  bent yolks nnd whiten sepnrnlely. Mix  (ho nhnllo., tomnto, a dash of peppnr  ���������nd a pinch of suit with lho yolks.  Put a (iiblespoouful of butter In (lm  oinolct pnn nnd when qnlle hot stir lu  whites of the eggs, whipped lightly.  Turn the inlituro Into the omelet pun  and cook nbout threo minutes, stirring  ail Hie timo.  rineapple i<'r(((ers.~.Sepnrnf������nii egg.  Heat tho yolk nud udd lo It linll t  cupful of milk, n pinch of f,iH uud  enough flour to mnko a htllf batter,  ,Mlx n (enspoopful of hnkltig powder  L.h   u,C    ."o.ii    uiht,      i'iicll   '.tlid    luii  whites of Hie prus bra ten to n Mfff  white froth, Opeu n can of (ho finest  grade of sliced pliifiipples or use fresh  pineapple* Rllced nnd cookod In Ktmp.  Cut each slice In half, dip each piece  inlo the bfiller, (lien fry In deep lint  fat itiiill a nice brown. Sift powdi-i't-d  sugnr over (hem and nerve bat.  H-W-:-W-l4+*l-W-I-4-l*H-H-l������W-W^  Hit Matter'! Voice.  Howard~ltilil������i-t. did my n/fe cenil  tu n fov: riiriniPi;t������ i:g<i? ''  Hrldgpt Nn, ttlr; Hint'.** Hip pnrror yot  heiif u-bollcrhi'.  Sioux City Trlbtiue.  French Teait.  I Slice nnd trim (ho i-ru'tt from some  ' Inker's bread. Heat nn egg up with a  cupful "f Hweet milk. Dip Hip ilicee  Into Hip mixture, which should bo soa-*  roned t'i tnAo wllb t-alt find pepper.  Try n delicate browo lu bot drlppinfi  or oil ��
THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND/BRITISH COLUMBIA,
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Grey Blaiik"ts I'roni..
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w *** 8ui HtTjiMs.
.S3,75 u puir
   4,00 a pair
. .SI.75 each ami up
A new Stock of 'Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs of
(J=r-:^__= all"kijids, juiTt received J;^r^^t>"'
Vte always- cany n fail stock of Beds and Bedding,
Springs and Mattresses
.���'���ittv.i'tr. Sluvos iind Uanu;es uro tlio bust."
CALL- A Nl) -I NSPECT���TLIEM.
MclM.ee Mock,  A. MoKINNON     Cumberland
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THOMAS' CROSSING
Sidney, 15. C. Plume F 36
Cumber'and, -li.C.
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5.: NAKANO & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS '
H1:ao Officio 518, Fisguard St.
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BANK
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Receipts and Expendit;
tires for City of Cuin-
i=0R THE YEAH ,1912.
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Advci ti.-J.i-g ' ?   S5-S��
(\"-ceJt fiid .walks     003.4ft
Di.i.i'i-
t'.O. VA"y- ,.?2'22?50
>,. .u.Y - oiooo
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F o <,r'i'. 1 ��'A dur, ei.c     Gi,'20
i) K r.��s ���������
j; ��l li'JU -.C-OllHt.'	
Fir? protect!.-'-���
No... li su ...S.-IG.25
J'"i omeii, fctu ;   41.10
3.80
.   -63.CJ
t'uol iicc-utit .-	
li ,iiili account���,.
M chniii Oilioer ...,$125.00
l'ii.i.L,_ai.iou, t?tc..". -.    52.85
8 500.35
38.00
9 177.85
11.11 a c unt, repairs, .to    407.05
In oie-t accouiit  '353.80
I .-.-_ t-ii.ii hospital     - 46.20
{..am p.id Koyal-Baiik.'...- '2000.00
fji���" I., aired-, iialla and repairs.;     404 40
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p.iliiti station repbirs...;  20.00
I'o.r (1 no[L refund O. Davie., etc, 19.50
1' line p.jwhd.  135.00
!Mu..d ioaiI tax  54.00
It fi nu renl ��� stato Mre Pirioni.'. , 15.00
S .11 llitSa���
'' i- .ve lng>. X[joi.si.'B $ 50 00
.P. I*   Uau-wou  183 50   ���
t\. ]>c':anl .7.     85.00
���-��� m- * -mi W.tnd  160.C0
W.S. I). Sidduli       80.00
;, i..i'1-y ilema.,,,,.,     ISO.20
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[lull account., -. ,_."._.i... 17.&Q.-00-
Polico account  72(J 7,5
Watchman  account.. 425 00
-Scavenge, account... 12i)S 75
Isolation hospital  OS 00
Oity road tax  74.2 00
Uetnwit sidewalks.... 003 45
Total j-eceipls for
year 1912,..... .��11,812 S3
f'iil each on hand.
Jan, 1, .1912 ���       057.44
Total cash for 101-2. .��12,470. 27
Demand loan.
lioyal Bank....:..' .2,000 00
City expenditure 11,633 94
Cost of public'and
high'school  ......    3,115 45
Total expenditnies...$l4,749 39
Total cash receipts
and loans..........  14,470 27
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GROCERS   &    BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS,   , \
       _. . ���  .   ���'  -*���-��� �� r*
Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER-
Wholesale-Dealers in all Kinds of
Wines and Liquors;   .,
SECOND   STREET
CAPITAL, $15,000.000 REST, $12,500,000
".  MONEY- ORDERS::; ''">���-
Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and
inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money.    These Orders,
payable without charge at any bank in Canada.(except in.the Yukon -
'' Territory) and in the principal cities of the United.States, arc issued at,  Y
' thc following; rates': ��� a  .
$5 anil under    3 cents y,
Ov��r     5 nnd siot exceeding $10 -.   6    *���  ��� ���
"     10      '* '* 30...... 10     "
<��     SO      " '* 50 15    "
REMITTANCES  ABROAD
should bo mado by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN. DRAFTS arrt MONEY
ORDERS.   Issued without delay at ��� reasonable rate3. '*���*''���.'
t-UMBEELAJTD BitAKCH ? ..W. T.-WillTE,
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GOVERNMENT ST.
VICTORIA, B. C,
3 73t 7u
,     07.00
$315. BO
.   2G.65
������> R ro.fi necount	
u     fc't ible aooom*.t���
A. ll-O'-awfoicl 	
P. im! y ;'ocouuts,...
837115
,' .'iilo��ni:i�� ,..    iai 70
ro lv inmicictliin  ......       3 f>0
*;-u vo. ft I a-count,      8188
S<1 .'. firn. o^n-ootiiiR 8����ino (nr���
.I.k. M�� I'll o  .',..8 35.70
*v. \l..tln oi   -47.10
T!i a. ]J.lwi\r.'s     18-10
,i   IC ������jH-f-u'.i     US JS
'I' nl .io mint	
S.iliricn���
,1 ... H.Oruy	
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$ J89.!Mi
.     17.80
000 00
000.00
000.00
420,( 0
iJOO.OO
180.00
��� T.itui .���v.fi'.()|tii'(i|ll,��.,J3.!H
AHSKW
|>u�� fur I'.f.wci' ii ii.iio'jliciis nnd mntoii-
1,1     f-lX ll'IIIK-'
.liiH-j|#li Meriioj S . 2">.70
\v. Mntii'i'on nr.io
Tli-.inan Klw.mln 18,'tO
I), l.il.m-r'u-U 39 M
Hi. I ii (alt l-iXiM duo t-i Vo-
u.'inh.-r ;.liii l'Jl'2 I.OI'J.i'tri
i'i j- lai liii".;;-) ii.-nl Into,
("ir imiito'lj S'2,000.00
I'i.-.-. li'ill tl ilt<(i|i��.!-alu.|,n t] I aiO.U)
!7>o (i.'i ii.r��o.no
tini'ii', ��iiiuii, <n t, lnirini'ii !l 0,00
|..!.tlnii h'.U'it.l '.'lO.OO
;..,,nvn. j> ,d) 100,00
.���ii v.iwr 70,00
'I'utlil u-inrti irWiiJ.liO.
LlAHAATirAi
p .iiuml l.'/"i", lUiy.il Ibuk
Difluit I'JI'J
83000 00
27U.12
K3270.IS
Showing a deficit of. .$   ,279 12
I hereby certify tliat I havo ex
���luiimed-tlie-hooks-of���t-he-Git-v���of-
Cumberland  and . find tliem cor-
reet and ns set forth above.
P. ACTON,
Auditor,for the year 1912
Postmaster, L. W. Nunns,
will leave on Saturday morning for Victoria,.Vancouver a,id
Sound cities. Mr. Munns will
he 'ibseut on sick leave, and
will return in about three weeks.
Dining his absence I\Ir; V.
Parks will.be assistant p. m.
'C
Kealxstate and insurance,
Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.
"We have "si lu.ge nuniher of enquiries-for acreage riu ,''.-���
(\miiix Valley ; if you have anything to sell, ' L.ST ��� ,
"WITH US,  "        ,-,      ;_--'��� '    -     ^    -*-
We are ^AUCTIONEERS, '.
SEE US if you want asal^aiid we'.will aj'-ange one at the shortest
possible notice inid get, the BEST PIU0E5. \
COURTENAY A B. C.
Oomplile-Stock of'-Ye. Oldc Firme"    .;
Hetintzniaii it o. Pianos
*^
GESSSSuJ^?
SWua^JiSWiM^tWSBSaW^'W^
Dry Goods Retail Dealers
in Grade Silk,. Cotton
Cleaning and Repairs j.1'50
lie'pairs.... . ���. ..V ' 1.00
Jfang l&ttu, QIc.
Afanufacturers   of Ladies'" aud
Children's   UndevweiiK
Suits   Made to Order.
CUMI1KRLAND, . ' V,.\;Q.
FOR SALE���60 sucking pigs
$2, 00 each, money to accompany
5*3 00 each, money to accompany f       .     ���..       n  ?0-
order;    Apply   Robert     Sollan,  ,]-,  11)U111.310)',      t>..;.,V
���DENCY-.SI
Show of
Fall Hats, Auto
Bonnets,
Children's M% etc.
NOW   ON
Ilaruby Island.
The cHew Scale Williams
By
Tol I 1 uh Uii-��
-. * *
FINANCIAL  STATEMENT
of KfCeiptH and Expenditun-n for
��� he y'j:i��-. eri()in^ I)i'(,i,iiil)i��r
MlHt,   VdVl
uiccKirrs
Trmleft Yu'twut |   ;]i.00 00
IIlhI oMair       .'1747 Vd
})rt'w ne   -"d  80 00
S-silo necvii'it     lis 2.*i
------ ���--------_- -;},, i)i}
Used Exclusively in Canada
The   METROPOLITAN. OPERA  COMPANY
(of New York.)
you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call.
We nro Solo Ajreni�� forth;* above and othsr Reliable Meilces. We
t ii
nl��o onrry tho Victor Gramophone and Vlctroluw.
WrE QUARANTER SATISFACTION.
Dunsmore's "Music House" Church St., Nanaimo   B. C.
mlmama*mmWiniWaii,mP''*vyw \n\,,*mt.TvBat.Jxj 6aiaiu^JTrHriiifi��>aiaaa
NEW GOODS
Our Faill Goods are arriving by every |)oat.     We have just
opened up a nice range of Ladies' Blouses in  French  Kian- II
nel with soft collar ancl double cuffs in all colors.  These are
the newest  thing in the Blouse line at $3.50 and $4.00
WOOL BLANKETS
Made (rem carefully selected Canadian,wool.   You should see
f
our line before purchasing your winter blankets, as wc consider we have the best line on the market for the money.
Grey and white at $4.50 to $7.50 per pair,
i)AM.O;S HU>CK
M<;Uac,    Aclon,    Ilaymau,
row,'
DUNSMUIU AVKNUK
Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs
Victor" Victrolas,' Gramophones .and'-Records. :
WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.  ,
Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.
tBBmSWSCE3SfrS5SS^JS^^
3 60VBBHMENT,STREET,   Opswsite P. 0., VICTORIA, B; C
'   - ���
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j  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000, Reaexve $12,500,000
1   The Royal'Bank of Canada;:
E
5   1
I DRAFTS   I:   ' .CD   JN  ANY ' CU"RK1__S.:Y,   PAYABLE   ALL
| OVER   THE . WORLD.      ..        ^ ^
| SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to.BAVINlIS ACCOUNTS & i.-,iere-��t
|   ;it highest Ourrcnt ila-i-s rtlinWid on l^-pioiis of $1 aiid upwarila.
1- OUMHEHLAND, B. C,,Btiiijch, Opun Daily. , *
p UNIO^r WEAIIE", B. O.,   Sub-Hrach, Open Thursdnya
$ ���  ��� D. M, MORRISON, ManRger.
| COUlvriSIliAY,   B.O,   Branch,   Open Daily.
I WM. MOFF, Manager,
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P. Philljpps Harrison
E1ARR1STER AND SOLICITOR
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING
DUNSMUiR  AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
MttH.WHUfc.iai
V. BOI40^R:
Mamifaotm*as? oJ MINER AL' WATER
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There's a Difference in the price.
ami ii big dif.Wo.ici', inn, Imt tliciuV no puictieal difrcroucu
j in tho  value   iuul   tllK'ioney of tliw.c (!)-c1cm.   Somo   wow
ilauiii(j;i'd in truiibit, .somo   uro fjim];ly "r.liop-fioilcd"   nnd
bomo have  lieeu out   on   hire   n few tiinerf only, but nil
aro olT��.'n.''l nt ).-(,' Hr.v.ci'.niu*.    Ltd ua know your requiro
ments ami wo slinll sonil .nariieulars.
DON'T KOUCiKT���That   tm.M'\j>.M..lii,m'   if   1��.ru nv-li m
IMimltiy's  entitlfi* yon   to   a   t'ekot which will share in tl.o
drawing for aSI,*>n() ������Ovorhiiiil" Am.). *
THOS. PLIMLEY
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