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 n  "ST  3C  '-^  <*  ''��������� > --���������  Y  t^ttUanU,*Ki*������fflMNMiM*-MWMp%  ftn>si^  A. Journal D������vot������d Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  -\  Tub News, Twentieth' Year  ������  CUMBERLAND* B. C, WEDNESDAY,   APRIL, 15,    :qi4  Subscription fi-oo a Year  GJlf ? Catwt in iHtUterg fur Skates, i^iBB4>0 mxh <&l}\lhmx  Jfrtu Nutrcliia? Ui.ftitatetg, Srusnw au& Skirts  Qtye Nattiest 3FniU������rjfi, (foliar*. $ttluita  Sioioe Leiser & Co. Ld  Rev. JJ. C. Freeman will close  -his.pastorate here on Jane isti."  ��������� - ��������� fc        -���������  . Mr, George Stevens, of Fanny Bay, was.in town on Wednesday. , He is the same ,old  George.  Our dear old. mothers used,.. to  do most of their turkey- trotting  when chasing thii cows around the  barn yard straw stack at _ the  witching hour of  milking time.   -  The good old days when a man  drove a horse with one arm and  supported a dainty bit of calico  with tl.e other aro only memories  of middle aged couples. Tho  present generation only imagines-  it is enjuying itself.  ���������- 'A queen bee lays from two to  three thousand eggs "in twenty-  four hours. The man who will,  'difdover how' to cross a queen boo  with a hen will soon have money  enough to buy an automobile, for  himself and all his.poor relations.  uThe Ladios's Hospital Auxiliary '.'Calico Hop" has"been postponed indefinitely, \  On Monday evening, April 20,  we will have an -opportunity of  witnessing'a grand concert by  a company of high-class musicians, singers and dancers, from the  American side, the, ." Wangdpo-  dles." A dauee will be held after  tlicprogiamme.".       s !"  THERE'S  NOTHING TOO  FOR THE DMSH.  GOOD  COURT OK REVISION.  ". A Court of" Revision to hoar  and decide' 'complaints against  assessment for Cement Walks-on  Diinsmuir avenue, will bo held in  the Council Chambers on ' Monday, April 20, 19U, at 1 p. in.,  of which all persons are duly notified.    .  A. MoKinnon,  City Clerk.  City Hall, April (i, 1UU,   ���������  ������������������������������������O ' ���������  CAMPBELL ltivklt NOTES.  At a meeting of the Campbell  Kiver Independent Conservative  Association, the following oJllcers  wire elected: Prosidonr, C, McDonald; Vice, A. Galarno; Sue.,  1<\ Nuuns. Executive, M. Peterson, C. Peterson, J. Twadole, S.  Stanlionr, S, Cnjwtiek, J. Swan-  fky, K, McDonald.  Mr, Griiy-Donald was up fur a  few days about tho Campbell riv.  it water jiower.  Mr. Fit/goruhl and l'nniily have  bought laud by the river, mid  have moved up from Union Hay.  Mr, MiQiinrrio is building a largo  house for them.  Ottawa, April U.���������It may now  bo definitely announced that Sir  Richard Mctfridu, premier of  Uririfch Columbia, is to receive  the appointment of high 'commissioner ro succeed the late I/>rd  Strathcona. 'This will moan his  on*ly retirement from politics in  British Columbia.  The appointment will bo gazetted by the' government, , before  the end of the present session of  parliament, following which Sir  Hichard will have to go to Loudon iinmediately after,   *   The trouble.with men is that,it  i6,easier for them ,to , dio..;fo.r ft  girl before they are . married, than  it is for theni to.g<'t up and ' light  the fire for their wives .after they  are married.  Mr, Gideon Hicks, of tlie Gideon Hicks Piano Co,,' Victoria,  arrived in town from Alberni on  Tuesday by anto.  -a���������  IHUTII��������� At Cumberland on  Friday, April 10th, to I ho wife  of Mr. T. W.iJankn, anon.  NOTICE.  Cumberland Electric light Co'h  office hours, April 20th, 1) a. m.  to 0 p. in., also Tuesdays, Thurfi.  dnys and Siiturdays. Pay all bills  at ofiice, cuna-r iJerwunt Aah.  and First St. Ten per font discount allowed from 1.0th to 2Ctb,  iiicliifiivo.  COURT OF REVISION.  A Court of Revision to hoar  and decide complaints against tie  Assessment Jioll of tho City of  Cumberland, for the year KIM,  will bo held in the  Council Chambers on Wodncs-.  day, May 0, 1JJ14, at 7.HO p.   m.  All com phi hits must   be   made  in writing ten  days   presimis   to  sitting of Court of  Revision.  A, McKi.n'non,  City Clerk.  City Hall, April 2, 1I)U.  Tho mass meeting held in the  Cumberland hall on Sunday evening to hear Rev. C, II. Heustis  hpoak on Sabbath observance, was  fairly well attended. Tho^Cumberland Gloemen rendered some  choice vocal selections during the  evening. After the address, a lor  cal branch of tho Lord's Day Ah  liauco was organized, with W, W,  AVillartl, president, and W. Tel-  for. secretary-treasurer,  It's tbe Emerald lata is the beautiful  land:  Tliero'a nothing too good for the Irish.  O'er the whole of it, Nn.ure, nt heaven's  command  Una Rontterod her oh&ims with a prodigal  hftQil . ^  From Skibberoeu town * to the Donegal  etraud; .  For thoro'a nothing too good for the  liuh. ' ���������     '  And its many n hero tho Irish can claim:  There's nothing too good for the Irish.  "Rod Hugh'1 put hid country's iuvndors  to shame;  OweuRne was a fighter they never could  tame;  Aa auat'on the Iri-h huvo glory attdfuiue  For there's nothi-.g too good for the  Irish.  _ .  And ttie Irish are noted for piety, too;  ThorVs notbing too good for tho Jrish.  In trie far-away time bef jre Brian Born,  Th* faith by St. Patrick whb pluited  ���������* and yrow,  Aud the "liflaiui ������f Saints" has had  aa:n's not a few; .  .   For thoru'a nothing too good for the  IriBh.  Aud tho beat of ail orators Iil^hmeu are:  Tiiere's nothing too g >od for the Irish.  The voice of Columbia w������s luar 1 from  ufur  Bnrke,s el>.<iueace rolled like a oi.nquering  .car  Aud the uame of O'Councb's a radiant  stu-; n -  For there's nothing too good for the  LiiJi.  Aud ,'be Irishman always u .witty of course  There's nothing to good fur the Irub.  And his wii is as genial and kiud us its  source;  It never leaves anyone feeling the woiso:  He.iiwkes bulls, but a good Irish bull's  a white horae.  . For there's nothing too good for the  ��������� ;.' Irish. ''",",���������'.  -Itta-Iiish'raen-got-thegood.pldces aiidpay:.  v Tiieru's no.hiug too good for the Irish.  Go down to the Custom House a .y tine  ..'. ,     day,-..:.  Aud you'll Bee for yourself i'.'u the truth ,  that'l buy;  Bat it's nothing but right that it thould  be thut<wa>;  Fur theie's nothing too good for the  Insh.  Yuu nre'thiukiiig, no doubt, to the ratol  belong;  .  There's nothing too good for tho Irish.  You think I am Irish, but that's whore  you're wrong; f*  I am Scotch, but our lovo for the Iiish is  strong;  Wo gave thorn a saiut and We'll givo them  a song;  For there's uothiug too good for tho  Irish.  W- M. MAOKBUAOIIEll,  Tho Author of "Tlio Parson ai tho Uoolsiy  Matuh."  New  Wash  NOTE Our'tow Prices on these seasonable and up-to-date   fabrics.   ; fiUV-  NOW and be   prepared   for   the   fine,  weather:��������� , <  o  , Rice Cloth .; ,. per yd 8oc  Cotton Crepe  per yd aoc  French Crepe  per, yd 25c  JDuchess Cloth. .��������� per yd 15c    ^  Ratine Clot h  per yd 400  Large Assortment of Dainty Neckwear, and  Rucking  See our Values in Hats for Ladies and Children.   P.ices on the abovo linen, will  ,  cot be lower' thid season  ',>  If its the  1 *  We Have it  MACFARLANE BROS., UlMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  The "\VniigdooclU\s (colored)  Entertainers will appear in the  Oily Hall Theatre on the night  of Tuesday, April 21st,  Mrs, NohfMt Omit, jr. and  childien wi'l leave (or Victoria  on Sunday, where lliey will in  lutiiie make Uicirhomc.  What's the uiattcr with our  ballplayers? Thcie was a time  when Cu iberland could boast of  having some of the very best.  If death had not taken from us  thr ni'������vin<������ spirit in nil athletic,  sports, tho late Wilt Clinton, it  would he different. The -Ijoj-b  appear to have lost heart and  interest in pportu since hi������ death.  Wo would like to coo a loader  with Konimvlint of WiU> Pt.irit  ami dixpuBitiiiii again in our  midst. Wo arc badly in nuod of  such a one.  Tho aunnal mooting of I ho  IT. & C. Hospital Hoard waa hold  in Oddfellows Hall on Saturday  ovoniiig. In tho ahsiMicc of Pron  idont Alirama, who was out of  town, Vico I'ronhlont Willard (ic,"  c.npiod tho chnir, Tlio Hoerotnry  road tlio yearly fiininaiid Htuto.  moiit, afior which, all oilhrcs woro  dfolnrod vae.ant, and olooiion ol  now olllcisrn p'neouded with. Tin-  old hoard wim unanimously 10  olooled.  Mr. Conrad Kifle, brother ol  Arr. Henry Rifle, was in town  this week.  I)yea, once gateway to the interior of Yukon, is now a fox  much. Dyea at one time had a  population of ao,ooo. What u  change,  ���������t-   Coroner Ahrams voturnod homo  on Sunday'night from holding an  inquest on tho body of John Wilson, funnd drowiiod afrShonl Jiny,  alrio on tho body'ol Frank Fonin-  ior, killed at a logging camp at  I lock Hay,  Thoroaro only two classes of  people in tho world���������autoiuohiU  ihis and whoolbairowibtB, M.my  of tho fonnor wink ihoy woro in  tlio lattor claa-������.  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100  Lot us have a Clean Up Day  in Oumhc-land, and lot us go't after tho ilowor thiovos and sock it  to them,  -���������-  Wo have a now puintor  town nainod ��������� Just. Ho may  just all right.  in  bo  It in   reported   that   tho   Mad  nun Cumberland to   Nanaimo i������  vory bit'.  111  pluoen,  I lie   water  cuvoring tho road to  a   conuidor,-  ulilo depth for quite 11 distance.  Mrs.  John Jack  expects  to  leave on Sunday week for Scot  laud.  "There's nothing too good for  the   Irish,"    excepting    Home  Rule.  -....-���������.. o   Mr. D. A. .Thomas, piano  tuner, rtrrived in town on Tuesday, aud is stopping at the Cumberland llotol.  Harold Krecmau, eldest sou of  Rev. IJ. C. lficeman, arrived  heme from Vancouver last week,  where he had been attending  school.  The infant dauglirr   of   Mr.  aud Mrs. Frank Dalby died m  Tuesday   night.   The    funevil  will trtke place on  Friday afkr-#  noon,  The Mult and Jett' Company  did not put in an apueuraucc.  We wonder why?  1 t   ...  Hoincono will have tho hcii'p of  "Di:'k" is  a  hi(?h   jumper   nil  right, when a loaded oi������ar rook off   that "T������njtoCocklail'Mlxer  yet.  ���������Ih-w  There will be a good program  The prize list i,  foi llic iluy Day celebration  the Citv Park  a good one.  "Dick" nearly shot himself and  "Dad" with a loaded cigar tie  other night. That Charlie is too  smart. It loo' a is if 6011100110 w. e  trying to put two good Lib^rid  out of bind he** ljeforo tho I't'-v-  election,  t'i WU'WrT'lliniT'"11"  Shadow Lace  Camisoles  m  Campbells  Shadow Lace  Prillings  Special lowing tliis week ol frilling* in white wl warn  Shadow Lace, Printed Chiffon, IVinwd Crepes, and Cream  Shadow Lace with fur edging from 25c to 90c per yd.  Novcllich iu Ladles' fringed Silk Cr������T������. Ponr-in-hand  Ties, plain and embroidered Linen Knbspicr'n: Collars,  Ladies' Camisoles 111 Shadow Lace at $1.00 and $1.50.  Man Tailored  Shirt Waists  Campbells  Easter  Millinery  ������VSR  EXPI  ���������CUNT  'Lock-uj!  k Work?  '���������diy.fli,.  ��������� s     i',  st.ib'e������'  of iVoci]  01 ceful  fu ������pr  ihc'.foj  i o Mm  \\au  <  WO I  -.igJtcJ  Jtt'3  t Lake  cry wlij  01 n tlij  luitcrq  AV.G*  m  11*  'vwif:  rAj  )ur  oft]  VI  Hyc|  team .THE TTEWS., CUMBERLAND, B. C  ar-  ADebt  Discharged  By Edgar Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  ^ /'���������  (Continued) ���������  Hold' lost, no time. Leaving Boll  to Finish his stroll ho wall::.! quickly  to the Piccadilly entrance c' tlio park  mill found a taxi-cub.' lie gave his  directions umV stepped in. In twenty  minutes ho was' in tho heart ol' the  city of Loudon. ���������' ���������   ������  ��������� Uo dismissed, the cab in Thread-  needle Street, au������ camo at last  through numerous courts and alloys  to Little Painter- Street, h was a  street, of old lioiis.es, now used as ol'-  llcos, and on' ono of tho doors lie  found a name painted: Harold S.  Will,;Its,  Broker.  Mc climbed to the third floor, the  door of tho back rconi bore tho same  .inscription, \lo knocked; hue there  was no answer. -Ho tried the door;  It was" looked. ��������� Ho shook it; sonll,:,  but there .was no response.     .    " >  He (lt's<M>nde(l tho stairs again. The  housekeeper lived in tho ��������� hasornent  and Gold, sought information from  him. No, said the housekeeper, Mr.  Willotis was not in.  When do you expect, him?  The housekeeper was n ��������� communicative. Many ye.-rs' experience'-1 in  oflices had taught, 'hhn Lhat, absent  tenants when eagerly inquired for  had no desire to have their plans revealed to strangers.  . Well, sir. he said vaguely. 1 don't  expect him  till  I sec him.  Gold put his banc, in his pocket and  found a sovereign.  ��������� I know 1 am bothering' you,- he said  pleasantly,,and wasting your time, but,  it is necessary that I 'should know  where Mr." Willetts is, because 1 urn  most anxious to sec him.  Tho houseKeeper accepted the sovereign with an apology for tho liar J  times which made it necessary.  Under thegeniali'iillucncc, of this unexpected wealth he unlocked the secret "cupboard of his mind'which,was  labelled "Willetts."  If tho truth were to bo told, there  was little .ho could tell which was  worth' half or quarter .of a fraction of  the sum. ... ��������� *  ' He's a, gent I haven't ever seen except in tho dark, lie said. He don't  do much work here, he merely has his  letters sent hero.  How Ions has he had the office?  'Two years or more, said the'house-.  -Jiccpfi_r,,Ji_csuenils_ most of his time in  tho-country or in America."     '  ���������Is ho American? asked Gold shurp-  ly.   '  That T cannot toll, sir, sajdsJJia Other.  All 1 know is that he pays"'his rent  regularly and that ho has got an office, " If yon would like to see his of-  uoqr/J will show it you.'  It'was a plain little room-, very sim-  ,ply furnished. A locked roll ton desk  wtth an easy chair and a desk chair,  together with a big financial work of  reference, comprised the furniture of  tho room.., ��������� ���������  Gold look down one of tho books  from the shelf. ' Tt was a Stock .K.\;  change .Year Book of two years! prpv-  ious-.'1 Ho opened it; it was evident  from ��������� l.ji.0., stiffness of the cover, and  virgin whiteness of the pages that its  owner had little need or excuse to examine its contents. It was tho same  with the'.other hooks.  That's a curious desk, said Gold  pleasantly. ��������� >.  The housekeeper who was not; an  imaginative, man,.saw . only a very  commonplace roll top desk', such as  might be found, and were to bo found  by hlni,. in othoi offices. But twenty shillings makes one po1lt.\ ami ho  agreed that It was \> curious desk, but  I'o tho lifo of him ho could not seo  anything in it that was not conventional.  A very curious desk, said Gold. I've  Dojfi't Persecute  your Bowels  Tliey jr������  ("lit out cathartics ami purffatives.  ' liruiat-harslt-unnccrMury. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Puri-ly vecetahlt, Acl  ITnitlyniMli  rlimuiatc hi  soothe tiled  oatcmcnibraii  oftlieliowc  Cur?Con.  stijwlfon,  Bilhcf  ntit,  ��������� Siffc lltadachc and twlietsiian, cij millions Amu*.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price *  Genuine must be������ Signature  Yes, sir, a Htlb packet has arrlvod  ! from the stationers, said tho man, and  | disappeared,   :.. 'return V      few. min-  ;utes wHIi a package.    He opened the  parcel and took out a rosowoo'. box  secured by two locks.   The keys were  fastened to tin brass handle, of tho  box V>y a piece of tape.  Open tho box, said Bell.  (To he Continued)   .,'  .  got a'desk lUu it. They" are bad desks  'for a business man to have, ho said  in ihat confidential tone of������his .which  had first interested ..and eventually undone so many clover men.  Why dangerous? asked the man curiously'.  1' will show you, said Gold. Ho  took a buneh of keys from his pocket  and selected ono and Inserted it, in  tho lock. Ho turned it to tho left  and to tho right; with a. sharp click  tho lock went, back,  You  see,  anybody can! "open  them, i. persons, at-one rtimo or another, who  A MATTER OF COLOR -'  C.P.R. Supplies Cooks    and    Waiters  With Complexions to Match Dining  Cars  Tho C.P.H. has disclosed :\ subtle ingenuity in advertising; nor did this suffer impairment in a comparatively recent instance. The company wanted,  to bo oxact.MTO cooks and waiters for  its dining-car service last spring. Itj  has tried tho American ccoks and  waiters'by tho painful hundred and!  found them unreliable. It determined to advertise in tho "Big Smoke."  tendon is tmthiukably cosmopolite.  Kvery race under heaven has its representatives in tho world's metropolis,  h a delicate way the company announced that it wanted a certain number of fair-haired people and an equal  number of dark "complexioucd" individuals. The papers bcgr.n to write  about, the "red-haired dining-car," and  "black-haired dining-car" tu such' an  extent, as to cause nothing short of a  "thrill" in tho general breast. And  f.ho requisite number responded���������to be  exact, indeed, there were at least ".000  said Gold,'and to-prove his assertion  he let the cover roll up. Thero was  nothing on the table save a blotting  pad, a bottle of ink and a pen, the nib  of which was new and had never boon  used.'  Another disadvantage, Gold continued, ij that if you pull out this drawer  and that and tho other on the right-  as he spoke ho suited Hie action to the  words���������you can't pull the others out.  Now the" curious workings ������f roll top  desks in such little matters as might  provide subject for conversation in the  private'bar of nights were of immense  interest to the caretaker, lie tried  the drawer on tho left. side. It came  out readily enough.  I'think you are wrong, sir, he said  with a triumphant smile as though his  cleverness were responsible for the  other man's" mistake. lie tried another drawer; that also camo out���������  and the third. Thero V.-as no difficulty.  ^oUl was abashed.  Well, it happens in' some cases, ho  confessed. In this particular instance  1 am wrong.  He. closed the drawer:; and pulled  down the desk top. There had been  no papers of any kind In either of tho  drawers, lie knew now till he wanted to fcnow:' ��������� There was not the.  slightest evidonc of Mr. Willetts' business. Willetl's tflico was a' blind.  -Whatever���������his���������profession was���������and.  fn Little Blotches. Scratching Caused  It to Spread. Hands Had to Bo  Tiod, Cried Day and Night, Cuti-  ."Cura Soap and Ointment Cured,  KmdVkllli!)/, j\. H.'-.'-,lT)mirniil)lii Marl ml  , Mum my baliy witx four montlix old. Ilor  Jiftjul, jii;(!1c' alkf hhlmldiTH wero a iiius������i of  winw.,, 7'li������y( JiioIh), gut utinlli'hti In IIuIh  IiIoWIhh, only' walorV, which tlm child  HM-siti'lii'd mid i.'mimvI to npri'iul and form  it innkViit' Owen.'''HuVhands had in Ifo tlnd  to lo'cji her fmm KmiUihhiK 11m wiri'ii. 'I'hcr  (v/cma, (:aiiM;d her t'rt Itch and burn i/nd to  ho (Tow iind pi uvIhIi, .Sim wan (IMlKuri'd  for tho than ulio Iind It, hli������ crii>d diiy mid  nlldit from tint IrrUollon. A't'ltjliliurn hM  blin would never I id eured.  "Him won K/ven mnnu incdldno to tidiO  Inwardly Out Minimi. riii-i'i:n.i. i inn u  fjjti.J li'I'J in1 fn Jr,v fiillHirn rjn'>)> rind  Ointment. \\\\\<<\\ t dlil, 1 wtiHlicd Mio child  with Cijilcura Honp, drlod well, lluin applied tho Ciitieuc'i, Olniinnnt ov.;ry day and  In u weeli'H iliiioilii) burnlAi;lAnuiailou loft,  llii) flilld R'liitclied no more, and when kIio  Van i.L.nt i..������..;!.. t-M -!;���������: \���������..i '��������� -T.-'i'ic'- Ij*  cured." islpncd) Mm, .lolin .1. Mcf'itiin,  Nov. 27, 1012.''  Althmush thii ("utkaiiu Mn.tp and Olut������  niontnriini(rttiiii(;':osHftilln tiiiMrwitniriitof  idU'cuiiiin of liio Klti'n, M'.ilp, fiali' mid fiaihln,  iliey nro iiKo tno :t, v.iltiuliln for nwrydny  ������ih(< In tlio tollnl. bath iind iitiriiery, Iipciiumi  (liny primiolu and nialniuhi I Im ln'-ultli of tlm  *liln oiiil lnilr from infancy to w.  MM by  rlrllUKi-ilH tt lit I  dnlllil'rl   e>u>\)!iiie,    I'ih'  a  liberal free wunpliJ of (w:h, \)l(li;;^-p. book,  Keml |n������-l-<nrd to Pottci' Dniif k Ohcin.  Vary,, Uopi. It, llOfiov, V, li, A.  Gold made a good guess���������he did .not  pursue it on these, promises.  How often does he come hero? he  fl'skcd, as he went, down tho stairs.  Once a month, at, least.  Any particular day?  No. sir,' you cannot he sure wh������n  ho will-come.  What sort of a man is ho?  Tall?  Well, as far as I can tell, ho is a  dark chap with a little stoon,   .  No, sir. 1 should say he's about  middle height; that's how lie has impressed mo when 1 have mot him Oi*  the stairs.  And  his voice?  Well sir. I mil rather glad you reminded mo of thatr.ho-has'a', foreign  accent, moro like a Frenchman than  an Englishman in his way of speaking.  And you have no idca; where l,cyn  (hid him? '   '   "    .  Not the slightest, sir.  If ho comes, you might, tell hini I.  called." -    ���������  What name shall T give,' sir?  Com stock Hell, said Gold.  A look of suspicion came into (ho  man's face.  You are not Mr. Comslcck Doll, ho  said.  Gold smiled, I should have 'oaid  from Mr, Comstoek Boll, ho said carefully. '.Hut w do you know I am  not, Mr. Hull?  Because Mi', Hell calleid hero himself  lo see Mr. Wtllets only twodays ago,  said' tho hoiiHckoopor.  Gil APT KM VI.  Comatock Bell Changes His Mind  vlomstook Hell 'occupied a house in  Ctulognii Bfitnro,  . The soiuhvuncBH of (he fiirnitim\  which lie -tad ptU'Hu.Hod with tho  house, was relieved by the beauty of  tho pictures which adorno'' his room,  If ho hud a fad, It. was' represented  by an extromo distant/1 i'o. tho conventions of collections.  Thero was no old mast or In bin  house, other iihin it Virgin of Rlhoira  Kspiinolf.'to filched fr in ������ Spanish altar, iind its -.iiitli. elm nil, as (Jomntook  Hell would any, lay In lis dubious authenticity, Hut with beautiful oxnin-  plea of the modern school his liouau  was lllloil, for ho was an artist at  heart, loving tho human painter uh  much an he loved, the work of his  hands, It was n keynote of his character, rni> kIiIo nt any rale, A cynical critic^ who once viewed hia cob  lection mild thai. HeilV epitaph should  be "lie was kind to arllHts,". I0x-  uinj.!.. of his own work wero to ho  .found -op his walls, for in hlr early  yniifn lirf laid studied undor Gallior  and In the inconvenient, old iitullor  m>nv ihrt Pont X'r-nf, Isolated I'l'Oiii aft-  iHtlc. Paris, ho had acquired u  little  Ol   lllrt   lll.l.iU.M 'h  r.Ullil;.-.,  Hell arrived hour at mIx o'eloi-u,  and miido his way to til' Htudy, It  was' a big room at the hack of tho  house, tho one room which he had  furnished himself,   Thero wore a do'/-  applied. Thero was a'fievero weeding  process, with tho result that tho requisite number were employed and shipped out���������fair and dark-complexioned  men���������lo harmonize with" the setting of  the particular car^to which each shade  of color should bq confined. And it is  tho ract that the C.l'.U. desires, in its  .aesthetic way, to produce in each dining car what might be called a synthesis as lo the; color and height and general appearance of the nicn���������the idea  being"'-in decorations and general ensemble to present a harmonious, whole  for the delectation of tho passengers.  Tho point of Interest, is this -f that  whereas the American cooks and waiters who had afoi'otinio been employed by the company wore for the most  part unreliable, 'leaving alter two or  three-months' employment, tho men  found in London remained the whole  season; and at, this moment of the entire number 500 at' still in the,employment of the company. ,&bmc loft  to better themselves; a few went back  but the greater bulk are at work unite  contented, as' the commissioner sent  out recently "Answers" and who talked with the men, avouches. .These  men are Swiss, Scandinavians, Germans to some slight degree, and British. ��������� Tho Swiss speak at least three  languages, and .it most adaptive. -Thjs  matter of help on the dining cars is  ono of the serious problems to be  faced . by ��������� W.   A.      Cooper,     tho  manager of of the sleeping"!SnTn'tining'  car service���������tho dilnculty of getting  :.nd'"ion retaining the right inon; but'  the experiment of going 'o London  and advertising for them ' has proved  a; nnqualilied ,.success. It' seems\\n\:  thinkably remote to consider tho big  posters of tlio early days which announced, rather riotously, the, advantage of tho O.P.tt. in the matter of gas-  tronie, enjoyment. Tho delicate a,esth-  eficism which the company now provides marks tho apogee oi! advance  and elaboration.  Poor Teacher  A teacher, notlclug tho boy's interest in tho study of insects, and especially in moths, advised' him to tlnd  a book in the library upon the subject of moths,  J did, and' it wasn't any help, said  Bobby. ���������  .   What wa:i \lio nnnio of it? sho asked.  Tho boy answered scornfully, "Advice to Young Mothers."  So you -are going to build aiiollnr  nicjnff yacht?  Yes, replied tho eminent sportsman.  Peoplo are ������isi)y forgotten, A man  has to go to fomo trouble an;- expense  even to keep up his reputation- as a  good  osor.  Ask the average man u tiimplc question and ho '.'111 make n, speech,  SCHOOL TEACHERS  Always Have Thlnge A.o Uenrn  "For ninny years T had used ooffeo  and refused to bo convitidoa of its had  effect upon the human syHtoni," wrlton  n, veteran school vouchor. (Tea is just  an harmful because It contain; oaf-  foine, the sa'.iie drug found in coft'nol,  "Ten yoni'H ago I wan obliged to give  u; my inuch-lovi d work In the public  schools after years of oontlnrous labor,  I had developed a well denied enso of  chronic coffee poisoning. ���������  "The troubles wero rone 'piitlon,  flutrurlnga of the heart, .i (humping in  thi? top of my head and various parts  of my hotly, t'-IVlilug of my limbs,  slinking of hoiul ami,'at Union aftor  exertion, ii gen >ral "tfotic" Cooling, with  u toner's (IchIi'ij for very strong eoffoo.  I war- a nervous wrc-ci1, for ycmni.  "A tfhort time ago friends enmn (o  visit us and tlioy brought . pnelfngo  of PoHiuiu with them, iind urged mo to  try it. I w.'i;) prejudiced because warm  years hank I had drunk n viip of weak,  iaHfclcss htwlT culled IVxduni which 1  did not llko at all.  "This time, however, jny fjieml mnilo  t';, Pnatute iweoi'illiiir In dlrnpllonn (in  the pnokngn. null it won mo, Hooii  1 found wi.vocii iiiipio\hij4 mi a inont,  decided, fashion,  "The odor .f boiling cofi'ne no longer  tempts mo.    I'iMu ho greatly hmipfltril  hy Postuni that, It | eoiillmin 'o Improve  , , , . ,, ���������'"I l -mi now, I'll hcftln to think 1 hnvo  en   otters awaiu���������g him.     1 ,- ..peinM. f      , ���������,��������� ,,������������������,������������������,   ^.p,,,.,,,.,,,.,, Yom]li  hand.    '1 hey we to uintiily InvllnllonB. ,. ���������H w|l, ,, , m   m\  nim R        ���������  In ono rnrner of the room wan a braiul     N ,    ,, , f.ann'(j,n��������� p^um^cri:,  m-.v (ypw.l,.;i';    Ii was ono of thoKo I w,  ,       0nt,     W|,|t0 roi, ��������� r  convenient lllt.li) machines made l������r.,���������p|)n |to',1(1 lo wuiivllio,"  HAVE YOU  CATARRH? /���������"������������"'  .M t ". in .i breathing  impaired? Does your throat  get husky or clogged?  > Modern science prove$ that  these symptoms result from run  down health. Snuffs and vapors  are irritating and useless. You  shouldbuildyourgeneral health  with the oil-food in Scott's  Emulsion-its nourishing  powers will enrich and enliven  the blood, aid nutrition and assimilation and assist nature to  check the inflammation and  heal the sensitive membranes  which are affected.  Scott's Emulsion  will raise your  standard of, health  to correct catarrh.  Shun alcoholic mixtwe*  and intitt on SCOTT'S  ,      ��������� 13-74 ^  ,l!WS5fflBi,',*"'*l!,"''1",u'" *' 'i^wwwf  Too Much  for Father  In tho country is a youngster who is  the tenor of his parents ou account of  the questions ho can ask. He is a hu-  {.mun interrogation point. '���������*'  i One day last weok he caught a, caterpillar, and as'usual, was tormenting  tho life out of the father ubout it,  Pater is a schoolmaster, and used to  the manifestations of.his offspring's  intellect; but finally ho gavo way=>un-  der tho fire of'questions, and informed tho yoiith that school hours for tho  day were over.  Silence followed for a minute, and  then came, appealingly:,  Papa,"I want to know just ono more  thing;'. '    '  Well?  How did tho wiggle'on the.caterpillar comoto bo arvrnged?.  Tho.father collapsed.  uiiv.rllc.MU.    Us body was of aluiiilti-1    Pl)|,nm, ���������nW vmcft j��������� two iwm.  tun and the enrtnigo folded   over till,    (1eQlJ|ar Postum���������mubt lie well boil  it almost lay on tho keyboard.       ',0|nd,  ennteiiipliued the lii:ttniiiicii'������ abi'trao-i    ';������������������,������������ onr������,,,������   tJ ,.    w,i..i'-    .   ,, , ,.' i���������,,irt   ,., i it... .,...     . Instant HObtum--is  t    boitilntj imw  Cdly lor a.mlnule, Un.i ���������.J-.r.r. .'.*..iK i"������|(iPr.   a .teaspoonful ilissolviu   quickly  '"''',' In a cup of hot 'valer and. with cream  Dwarf Plants and Monstrous Flowers  Mr. J. A. Urban,..professor of chotn-  istory at tho Sorbonno, has had the  idea of making seeds germinate aftor  having deprived them of their albumen. Thus, '.yhis own will, ho obtains monstrms vegetables. His  work is returned in a paper read be-  i'oro'the Academy of Scionccr, by the  eminent professor of botany, M. Gaston Bonner. Evidently, the. albumen  o. a. seed is not its essential part; albumen is only an elemental'" reserve  destined to feed Hit. young plant until  its radicle has boconu strong enough  to seek f^r its own food. But can the  young ulaiit do without this alimentary reserve, M. J. Urbain shows that,  if put to the lest,-it can do so, but not  without suffering from this privation.  M. Urbani's exp"r?ir.ents have been  made with seods of the Palma Christi,  the poppy, etc/ Thoao seedt* deprived  of their alhuinon ge'rmihatc'i. like normal seeds, but produced dwarf, stunted plants with modified leaves and of-  ron monstrous deformed flowers. This  research of M. Urbain goes to prove  the possibility of 'creating monstrous  plants at.- 'ill. v  In 'the.' same wa. the late Camillc  Daroslc produced, at will, monstrous  chicken by interfering with the-nor-  ,ma.Le,vplu_tipn_o_f.-tho egg, cither hy var-  'nishing a part of its, surface', br���������l>y e.v  posing it to . too strong heat.  Asthma Cannot Last when tho  greatest of all asthma specifics Is  used Dr/J. D. Kollogg's Asthma Remedy assuredly' deserves . this exalted  title. It has ccuufleFS cure-, to its credit which other preparations had failed  to benefit. It bring* help to oven  tho most sevcro cases and bi'tngR tho  pptient to a condition of blessed relief. Surely suffering from asthma  is needless when ;;'��������� remedy liko this  is so easily secured.  * Husband (shaving)���������Uother the razor! ' -  -   Wife���������What's the matter now? You  are dreadfully ill-fehipor������l.  Husband���������'''.io vr '.or is abominably  dull!  Wife���������Dull? Why, I ripped' up an  old skirt with it yesterday and it cut  beautifully.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  Why Collections are Large  A pious old tady of our acquaintance  devotes (.he proceeds from the eggs  her hons lay on Sundays to tho church.  Fortunately for the church nearly all  her"liens wero Sabbath-breakers.  Disraeli on Suffrage  As early as iS'iS Mr..Disraeli said 'n  the Kngliah Houso of Commons:''  In a country governed by a> woman  --where you allow women'to form part  of the other estate of tho realm���������peeresses in their ow- right for example���������  where you allow women no', only to  hold land, but to be ladies cf the manor and hold l-}gal courts���������whero a woman by law' may be a church warde.i  and overseer of. tho poor���������I do not soo  where she has so much to do with tho  state and church, on what reasons,; if  you come to right, sho has not a right  t   vote. ���������  Millcr'c Worm Powders, act-go thoroughly that stomachic and intestiual  worms are literally ground jp and pass  from the child without being noticed  and without Inconvenience to the sufferer. -They arc painless and perfect  itr action, and ar all tin:* will uo  fOuhd a healthy medicine, "trcngthpn-  ing the int..utile stpmaCi and maintaining it, in vigorous operation, so  that, besides being an effective vermifuge, they are tonical.and health-giving in their effects.  ' HOW'S THIS?  Wo offer One Hundred Dollars lie-  ward for any case of .Catarrh.that cannot b? cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  V. J. CHRNBY k CO.. Tobido. O.  Wc, u-o un"     'gneil linvc known l*\ J.-  .Chouey.J'pr tho last-15 years nnd bellovo  him pei   "ctly linnorrtlJlc-rn���������all-'-biis'lness  transactions and tlnanela .y ablo to carry  o"' nnv obligation  s -do,by his firm.  NATION/1, HANK OK COMMENCE.  -     -,.     '"     Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is mlten Internally,  ni.t'inr directly upon the bloot. and mucous surfner" - the system. Tesllmonlnls  Hunt free. V'ri e ' 7G cents  Hold   by   nil   Druggists.  Take   Hall s   family   Pil'.s  patlou.  The King of Rome />' snted        4  A certain Frenchman of spirit once  found himself ii?'great, distress. It.  was necessary to find a means of livelihood, or dio in misery. -There waa a  vacant plac'o tliut'^ns worth ten thousand francs-a-'ycur., ,Jl'o wanted It  hut how could ..o get it?- 1;. was" tin-  dor the Kiirfi 'Empirn': 1ho' King of  Uonio.was a.chJld.iii tho- eiv.dle. Tho  aspirant thought of nn Ingenious plan  to bring about the success of his hopes,  Ho wrote a petition, addressed It to  tho young king, and through tho friendship of a general officer attached to  the emperor, got il present Ic Napoleon. V  The omperov took iho petition anil'  seeing tho suporsfiriptioii, bognn. lo  smile. ' Very well, said ho, lettho petition bo carried lo him to whom it Is  addressed.   '  Kour chiinihorlalna conducted our ho-  ro before the cndlo of the infant king,  After a profound how, ho began In a  high voice to read his petK.hn, From  (line to tlmo he bowed before thi cradle, As is tho 'manner of Infants,  the child titUTod aovcral .liilr.telllglblo  sounds.  ' After having taken his leavo ropnoct-  fully, (he pelit.louer returned lo Napoleon, who said: Ah,   well,   what   ro-  KPOllBO?  Hire, his miilosly said nothing.  Who says nothing gives consent, wild  the emperor.   Tho petition Is grunted.  Appfr ZanHBufc to tft '  woond������ and tores and yo������  viillbesurprised how quickly  [t stops the *mj������rt!iif ������nd  brings esse It covers the  wound with a layer of protective balm, kills all poison  gwmi afxe������df (a the wovorf, tnd  prevenU othcrt entering, hi fkh  httliat hetbtt cuencct (ben bu Id  up (ram tfac bottom, fiwh tfasuep  and lo a vroixfafaUr short tlm*  the wound is fccakd!  Z>bi Buk'ipopuUrity i<baMd������n axrit  iioiiMlemtninrwotkctirM. B������Mir������tiHl  t������tth������rc*l thlnf. "ZUB-Buk"It jrinted  M ������t������7 jttokt t o< tl������������ r<x>ul������������. BtiVM  til other*, too all drvnrlft* ������k1 ���������ton'* or  bm-Buk Co., Toronto.  mmm  \....  per   bottle,  for  consti-  . Otis Tiluwph Lef:  Let. women, vote, and trousers, wear,'  And carry canes, and crop their hair,  And givo up chewiu' gum and pins,  .������nd copy" all our swagger sins,  And all our ancient, glories'share,  And say "Ha. ha!" What do 1 caro?  Let Women i-oto!  Their work with ourr may well com-  ��������� pare . ' ,��������� ''  In competition freo and fair.  Jl ,t wo arc gnf<-��������� oxcuso those gi'ins���������  They  can't :rrow  whiskers on   choir  chins.  Let women     to!    ,  STKATHCONA  ! ���������  juifis, 0 ]iof.ccl'ul��������� warrior to (hy  I'Oril:  fine gentle : top from service to long  iiloep  And  tho'i  ,',vt. with  tho inomorlos  that keep  A nntloii uteadfi'.,sl, loyal lo the host  Her  hero  hcdii  have by  dioir  llv-.m  eonl'esl.  And  Ihough Mcuiit, ltoyal ami St.  Lawrence  weep  Their, Hprrov to the Hookies echoing stoop,  h)UU>   btill   lie.  glhllOh,   wiiO.it;   luunl   ill,  l,.fl;.d   th,   Wer.l.  ���������v .'  TFow vouth, 111111,(1 tho ftiiows of Labrador,���������  Norvml lijm. one man���������ono man and  y.ol.,a bOHij.i,  'in lo^'i till l'<:oin  (ho Ai.'uiitlU', i������������-  ���������    haahUJln'oV i'   ��������� "������������������* ..., ���������  Out. f'(o'. tho "fur   VAfflr.'ft< kindly  co,i st     . <'1: ',"  Ills lino ho   tuiB. and, wit!..Unit boat!  or Hli'ol, ��������� ��������� -I  V0W\ n D'oiiilh'ion's and (ho Hinplyo'it  ���������J.   I).   f.'j'lllOll.     ;;���������  W.   N.   I.'.   000  A hiaiiJ.������Tvniif uppoared.  1 ordered a rubber stump to ho made  for me, he said.  and sugar, malum a (H'j.olotin hovcriigi.)  Instantly.    (Jroccrs ticll both KlndH.  "Thcro'B a lieu-oil" for I'ualinii,  weal.  Tho coal limn w|J( wAu things warm  for yon, ovf'U !f yon don't pay bin bills,  Tho clean Inhh cloth catches <h������ wir  ly Kreaso upnl  There is a certain middle-aged bachelor In this town who mahes it a practice never lo give a tip at a restaur-  ant (retire. And ,o boasts that the  waiters think as well of bin. aiid that  ho never leaves a table without receiving every attention obsequious' oows  and a. "Thank you, air," fi-om tho wait-  c  .who has served him,  One who doubted this recently did ,i  little gum shoe act eftor this tlpless  customer ������usf woekj to hjo \* ho wiir  tolling the truth. And, stir enough,  when tho luncheon wuh finished aud  the uxact. amount of tho chaci: paid, all  tlm polite things happened,  Then the amateur dotoctivo approached the waiter.  That man gave you no tip   ho said.  No, sir,   al'i' tho waiter.  And yot you said 'Tliunk ; "', nir,' in  a loud lone.  Yes, sir. Do you think , want other cunloiiiors to know Unit somopco-  pin don't dp?  Counsel for tho defunno (to client  who has been dozing dtirlr.v* tho vnr-  dlctV-rWako ..p and gel, out. You're  ��������� ultted.  The Acetjflod���������Lor' ' luninie. Wot!  Not jfliilty?  Cnn't Sparc the Time  . Ilix���������Thoy say that womo., aio hard>  ly over slanuiKirorfi.  Dlx���������No; Iney have so much to sny  that they can't nlop for It,  The Wrong Parent  Teacher ��������� Toiiunyi next time you  ���������are���������lato���������brin-g���������an_excusi���������lronu_y.o.uL  father.     ��������� ������������������: ���������"   /,  Tommy���������Who? Pa? Why, he ain't  any good at excuses; riia finds, him  out every time'.'- ,'  Minard's Liniment Cures Golds, Etc  ���������   Reverts*) Not Trje  Scott���������:A manmay be so effusively  pleasant with everybody that ho be������  comes a-nuisaneo,  Mott���������True. But 'a man who endeavors habitually (o make himscli a  nuisance never succeeds by any accl"  dentin boing^ pleasant.    ���������  BABY'S OWNlABLETS^  CURE INDIGESTION  Indigestion.is ^ne of the most com',  mon ailments of childhool and no other  ailment is m< .'0 Jiuigoroug, Indigo*  tlon paves tho way to mm ;��������� other com*,  plaints. Baby's Own T'iba?ts nevor  fall to romo.o childhood Indlgostlon.  They net as gcr.tlo laxative: sweoton  tho stomach; regulate the bowo's and  make the baby healthy i\no happy.  Concerning thorn Mrs, Alplionsr Pelllt-  for, St, Phlllppo uo Norl, Qve��������� wrltoa:  "1 hi vii used ilnhy's Own Tablets for  '"finestIon with gn>at siicciflB. They  havo also proved successful In broak*  Ing up colic and simple fevers." Tho-  Tablets aro sole by medlclno d pal era  or by mall at 25 cor.tfl a box from Tho  Or Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  vlllb. Out.  Weai'eBt, Coo  What's tho :'iost ilablo to got broke*  about, your automobile?  Tho owner, :opi'     Mr. ChugKlnu,  Aifjulsh,  Do you evnt  weep over a story.  Sometimes, wlWin I got It buck from  the p ' Ushers,  Force of Hibit  (h'liwford���������Thavo Is ,io doubt tho  wJho thing Is to prncliuo   co.ioiuy.  Crahflhaw���������lint tlilp In an oxlrnva*  ganl ago, ,uul wo seem ;o bo out 3f  pi'acllcc,  Deif to ,Hls Duns  Tlioro Heems to bo somothlng (ho  niatter with BfowiVh hearing.  Naliirnllyl JIo'h over his ears hi  debt.  Woman's Danger Signals*  Hot. flasbOB-ttaincM, falntlnjf spells, headache, boarinrr-down  leelJDK and ���������!'������ "���������f ���������* UmlrcJ nature-arc naturc'n dimmer c!}jna!!>,  Tho Jcmole dlntnrlianoe or Irroftulntrlty hnr.lt of t.h������������n enlln for holp,  ahonld have Immediate caro and nttontion, Otherwiso tho delicate  fomale constitution soon brcaki down.  H^ m������.' Hwrfi Favorite prescription  '    for mom thin 40 r������*ri liu b������������n lending lt������ boalth roAtorl������g ild to thou*   rK  ���������tnd* of wom������n yowr ������������������r year throughout IU long life.  TTili wondorftilly ������uccoenful rsmndf Irnparta Btr������njrlh to ttia rntlra BysUm���������  partieultrlr tothaortftnidlnUnctly fefnlnlno, Htrrei ur������ rofraiheil. Th������ "aUile'%  ovanvorked builncaa woman, the run-down houie.wlfe, and tha weary civro-wom  ., mother of a famlljr���������all will gain atrencth from thia famous nreir.rlptlon whtck  , 40 y������ara hu demonitrated IU effis'.tlvtneaa���������ln liquid or tablet form.  SOLD  i efr<H'.tlventas~ln liquid or Ubli  BY PEA&EIIIS IN MEDICINES.  Writ* Dr, tt. V, PUn*'������ SfitfalUt, mt th, IntattJ,'lhti!~  Com*p#n������7������iM4 Strictly C������nfld������ntl*l~*nd no chary*,  Dr. PUrtw't Plouiknt l������������ll������ta M|*nlat������ and Ihvlaomto atom*������fli, Hrar  andbowala.  Bniar-ooatod tiny ir������nnlea-iiaay to t������lto aa Candy.  Ml������fiP������������C*fc*^'' "** ~"~ I  . i ;���������  ..,r  \*fBriP*)MHft  '���������j  ws  *Wtt" NEWS, CUMJB������R^ANb,jmiT^E_ COLUMBIA,  NOTICE ia hereby rivou llct appii-  oiiUen will ba made > ths Suporintomi-  tii't of Provincial* Polioe, Viutoria for a  license to soli liquor by wholesale upon  '   tlio pioli'iseB Bitu*b'd on Lot C, Block 15,  - Cumberland Townaito, Oumborl������ud,'B. 0  OiALI  MUSS ALTO, Applied.  ,'-.,'l).ted thin lsvduy *������ Ooiobor 1918.  NOl'JOB iB luroby givoii thu't'ou tho first  djy of D lO'n'ur.' next application will bo  made to tlio Supormtojuluii of Prtivii oial  Polioo, Vjo'.oriu, (er the renown! of tho lip-,  'to! liunnae to soil ��������� l'quorg by' retail i������. too  liotwl"kuown as thoL -mo hotvi, situated at  (v'omox, B.O. ;.' Gmikiis M. IfciaoV  . Ditcd October 1, 191������.    NOTICE is hereby Riven that on the  first day'of November 1913, application  will bo made to ihe Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  wlulc.-aie liqu ������r license up')t) the premises known as Lot 24,' Subsection !, Nelson District.      ���������     '  I'lLSlWKR BRKWIKO  COMPANY.  Dated October 1st, 1913 ���������  of British Columbia, Ltd,  T11E sTs. COWdOUA^N   WILL SAIL AS U.N DEM      .  Comok-Union Bay-Nanaimo-Vancouvkr-Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 pi "��������������� . v- ��������� ���������> ' ���������:'': ���������������������������Tuesday ix p. ���������������������  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 P- w\..'.Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  "        Foro Dennmu Island, Naiiauno aud Vancouver.    ' .  RETURNING-Leaves Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday, 8 pm  For Naiiaimo, Union Bay and Comox.  Subject to change .without notice.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, BX. 1913  NOTICE is' h' reby kivuii diatou tho  fir-t cUy of December ii<ixwipplunt.oii>il  he made to tho Sin.o.intoiul'H.t -i Provincial Volico, Vict'-ii*. t ������rtt r..ni'*������ol ol tho  b-tol license to soil liq'u-M b/ ruWl i"  tho hotel kno'*u as the Union l.������a>l. m������-  uato at Ui.t m. B C.   JojiS.'N. McLwid .  Da^d the 1st day of Ootob-r, 1913  DtaiNK  CANCELLATION Ol< UK-  .    SKRVlS.  i- NOTICE IS LIEREIIY GIVEN Jhai  the reserve, the notice of  which' appeared to the H.'C. Cazotte nn��������� the   27th day  of December, 1907, is cancelled in so for  ,ish relates to the   following   parcels ol  land:-Uio W. 1 a.oftheS.  E.  I--1, ibe  S. W.'i-jur.d the S. 1 J of the   N.  W.  1.4V mofihe rtver in Section '.i; the S.  K. Ki.thoS.'E. 1-4 of dm S-   Wl  I";1  and theN. E. 1-4 '" Section 5:   ibc^ Jj.  i-j of the S. E. 1 4 in Section S; the S K.  t-H, thoS.W. i-4;.ndllie.E.   i-a   otxhtt  N. E 1-4 in Section 16, nnd   the E.  i-J  of ihc S. E 1,-4 and N. i-3 in Sccii.ni 21,  all in Township 3. S.iywt.id Dis rict, and  ihcNiH. 1 .|ofilwN. E.   i-4  i������������. S3C-  linn 32s ihe NIC i-4 ������>f Uie S W 1 4 and  the N W t-4 andN 1-2 of ihe N E 1 4 in  Scciiou J35 U10 N 1-2 of  il������������   N   w- .'���������'*  RECKIPTS  Gov't grunt to Citf----^037 <J*  Gov't grant to Ciiuiw...  1008 2u  Hioh School fees....������.'    W> ������{\  Succial Gov't Krftn't :���������..'. "2300 00  Paid by  City of  Umn-  '   luM-laiitl    nu[) TU  Anyono ocniSlnjf������) o^tO e-l������*j!S  1H0" '��������� t1k������hlJ iv ivil*nt(r������lfii  Total Receipts.  l'lUtntii us��������� .iprou" ���������������:"i;v  iKcSstii.-tlvJ, witiiaafi ctwja, ^  SeWfis /WW  A JiBi).l."0moly tr.oHtruiiJ sviinl'ljl  Evudii'tw;. a'y^w.K-rtaao iir   '        K.I) flCttMlO'VJvSX. j  wm mil BW88ll3e^-������l  KXI'ENIMTUUK '  Tenclit-rs''wlarie'i   ?7'J-ir> W  Janitur.;...:... ..:..-      VMO-W  Svavcti^-r..."         '^ V- j  MVIfoniiis. H!k>iili'"iV.. (; *\l'j  1,1- tfO  w* ������.> cnrT~ ^���������"������\*>-*|  The purest and b?st.BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  A. Mttxwull, lnuila^o...  I'Otlor & lvirkl>rido. .  haulage. .��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  1    mt t\l      .       .     ^r*l������n.     M    I .... .-������������w4 tliil\llll>^  N/CIOEU bor-by ������iv������u that ou tiaj  firatd������yo(-I)*fl*W next. applw*ibu will  bemido-ti)ihi8aporinwttdaiito( l?roviaoi������l  ' I'olltfe, Viotorla, for tho renewal of tho hotel licoMO to null liQtittm by' retail ��������� lu ������!������  lMfcel kiwwaM-Uia.Kvwide howl, aJtu**o  at Oourtonay, B. 0. O.H. Frcusbu^  Dited D'atom* L, 1013.  , . .^^>������ .,...������������������ y ii���������**1- "~  NOTICX U uoreby Riyaa .th������t' on   the  first d������y of DcoomUr mx\ spplicatiouvill  ���������  bo m*de to the .^i^orh.t'ju^nt <-t Vr-mu-  . 4ittl Police. VLtomsforlhoreuo-alottho  .    hotel lioei.Bc to 841 liiu'"������ by ifltall in tt������|-  ,lioM ku..w...n8tbo WiUtt hotcl,'8ituatod  at Ui.io.i Bay B.C. ���������     - ';���������  "     '   ,������������������    ' AU'WD ltAPEK llOKSK  '      Dated Ootobei 1, ^'___^_���������"__^.  K(>TICE ia heroV.y given.' tnnt. on   th������  ' ''   fi-at day of Doecmboiwi-xt application wd;  - bo mad������ to the Su{>8rr..toBde>it otProyin-  oi,il Tolioe, .Viotorio, fv>r the renewal ������C tht  '     ho.il licaurt W Mil liqwo.-B by rutad m ������������.  ho*l kn������#n ae Uw Neb��������� 1������^- Bltail0,!  r.:V'..at Uiion.Uay,-B.C.      *     John. Prabb*-!  ���������;.    'bated-'bJtobor lsl, 1913, '  English i x BURTON always on tap ,   aUo, the (am������������. M IA, AUKLfc  . millS-Anhol)8or(.Boh.),),ian, Bohlta. 4o.   /I^0^J ^S^J.  SCOTOtl WHISKY,..       Beat Wince and wquors ot all kinds  The ^rding aud Loigtag 1H������������**t. under the Dnmediato' anpcnntondeaoB  lU S       , ,vill ho toui.d First class in ..very respcut. ���������  34;.������ndthcSi.2amiN W 1-4 of the N  \V 1-4 in Section 35, "ll >������ Township 6,  Say ward Disttict.  The said hinds will he open fore'ntry by  pre-emption on Monday, the 18th day ol  May at the hour of 9 o'clock  in the forenoon; all applications' 10 be made ar the  office of the Government   A������eht., Vancouver.   No I're-einption   Record shall  include more tnaivjo acres of land except in cases where it U desirable to include small fractional   poitions  of legal  Subdivisions; inform.itiori in winch con  nection may be obtained from plans  on  view at the abo\e mentioned Agency.  '���������  '������������������'      -'     K. A. REN WICK  'Deputy Minister of Lands  Lands Department,   Victoria, li.   C,  February nth  J9J4-  32 or-  ���������I 01  NOTlt E I'O CON!  .03 If;  IU' 0(  41 5."  aa.!riS3T"  jpi 00 per day and.TJp  cvy  and lvpaira  A. II, l.V������eey,   stulion.  "ory and hooks....  Islaiiikoypriiititig   News "'      ������������������������������������  ���������O. II, Tarbell, supplies  , and labor....:...  Dr. G.k.MticNaiighton.  niodieal inspoetion    -112 &,  Thomson Stationery O     ���������.  , oil  01  books..;...- ���������,       i0 -'  FreeTi-xt Book  Office"  I      ���������' books     ��������� _ K) i)(  J.J. Doufrguti, .Trustees.  AsEoiiii'dio";       '^ ^  Daily   Province  f-dvV  2 7G  ���������enansKUW  s^sssss^^   |      rn=aBBaLMi See'.v'B Btiliuy 12 nioB  "r^OLD NEWSPAPERS .FOR Newbury" & A������liiey,l.i-  ,w '   surance, new schoolr  SALE' -AT THIS OFFICE JEj3?h>0Stngfl   and    station-  "   ery, 12 tubs  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  Win. Totter, labor....  D. Kilpatrick, coal.,  battling.  O "Tender f.r I,ock-uv  Cn-.-iiiableV Q-mncv: .-'.  a ill he r'efci'.e'l by th^Ij  \1'-iiister of I'ttblic Work!]  Friday '.he 20th diy 01 Fj  he election and crrnti1  md married const.ib'?'!1^  .���������11   River,   in    lhe\:;.('i  District.  ' Plans,",specificaAr  ���������'orm's til tender mfp  >yr the 2nd day of 1  ".iflice  of   Uie   thovai':]  r'n\vvir:Riveiy Mr. J'v  .neat .A-gent, Cuviihcrlaj  'Mahony.'GbyeriinitiiiJ  li. G,; or ''the   Ufp")  Works, Victoria.  Inter.dios' tendeici'  ,f' ten dollars, (Stv  .;opy.o'( ihe plans find^  Hpp'lyinu to t������vj' uadr,i������'  .\i!l- bv refundedvoc  ��������� nnd or/er..  Kach.'proiJflsal  ir,  oy an ac-i^ied  bai|  ate fifdeijosit ''-ii  &'  THeCoLivtenay-Hotel j;  ';""Kv<iry convenience lor guests.  '.     The Centxal Hotel for'Sportemon  None, bui the Best" of Wines and; Liquors  .    l^ThcipFTblnlferBairy^  fancouver Milling & Grata-Company,-  ;"    Distributors N M\ AIMO," B.:C.  aaamuBtmaanBaBamtt  at the ttar.  KATES  1  REASONABLE,  NOTICE1 T3  hereby given  Jh;U.| (]>a m.)LiTnited,'  coal  one      month'   v - fr6������n    .   dale, ,',i.c������i-,  application   will bo  made to-tho &.��������������� ������ *>���������>   M  aUnerinle������Jeut.of  P.roviiu-.ial   pel    Slubata,, clock   ioV for "a..licbnee ior Abe tale - of  "- 9-^^  lKiuorl������y'wr\olosalo-in and upon  the preiniscfl Bit intod in. .the town  of CourLeiiiiy, B. 0. known and  ileBciibed aa Lots 30 and 31, Pyc-  Dal^ IhiB l������th day of   April,  19M  a-ncTVhvau  John Johnston,   Prop  lFnitTcoiJNi'v CbURT OF  ���������   NANAIMO LIOLDEN AT  NANA1MO,  IN T015 MATTER OF Willi'"  Herbert Hatlon   deccRsetl, in  teatatc, late o������ Uourton������y. B C.  AND.       .    ���������  IN THE MATTEU of tlio "Olli  oial AdiniMBlratoro Act,"  TAKP NOTICE that by order of. Ilia Honor Judge Ikrlcer  mad���������   ou   the 11 th  day or  Feb  rimry,  HM't, I    w������������    appointed  AdiuimfitratorofthoEfitatooftlu;  abovo itiontioned deeoatsnd, and all  jiaHies having cluinis ngninut tlio  ������aid ostato are Uomby i^uii-od to  furnidli saiiui, ivropedy voritU'd, to  tnu on or bofuro the 15th day of j  March   1014.   AND    nil   par-  tiofl indebted to flaici e������talcN are ro.  quired to pay tho amount o( tlioir  tiidohtwliioRB to mo forthwith.  Dated tliiH Ulli day of Fobru  ������ry IDIt,  W, Wl'SI.KY Wll.Ulll>.  Ofliolul AtiniiniHlraUir,  Omulievlatid, W. C.        M m ������������������- .HMMiiii r "*"*'"*mmmmmm  "     O, H TARBELL  TlayiminiSilcTl!\e,to\\i',a-  ���������T. R. Bate, hose, glass  sundries .;..;..������������������  O, Downes, books....  L". W."   Nu'lms, 'water  12 nics... ������������������  ���������ltoyston  Mill, lumber  Cttnadns m trie I^j  ible the MiiVmorj  u... ������|i-.al w '������i  ������|iich &h.iH bf.''������gfe,^  .erniy diciin-e >-;>:'  ; w.lien culled upon to '  22 5t-  127 Oi  TV':  0 Til  _i_������> n^_l !I ^ ~a^,a  22  - 7  tnrtjrm  UNION BREWING' COMPANY  ' ' " ��������� Ltd.  . Conrad'l\eilei,  , -Applicant  mMlt Si������������!-���������������  iA������l M KITCHEN I1UTBNS1L3  Sportsmcns Goods  nnd-  General Hardware  ������w,������*miB."wuiB������a������'-������"WJ,*,OT*"  ES0U1MALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY.   -  LANDS  , Every   conveyance   from    the  Esquimalt  :&   NunairaoRVilwiy  Company,   not   already registered,  should be lodged in the Land ke-  cristry    Office   before   May    31st,  "next, pursuant to the Land Regis.  try Act Amendment Act,  1914."  L. H. SOLLY,  Land-Agent  .-;i;^,-^^--������'--������-^������w^xr"-"'"'Br'"^aw*"CTW"  IN TII1CI COUNTY   C.OUKT   OF  NANAIMO 11OLDKN AT  CUM)UC1U,AN1>  IN   TI11C   MATTKli   of Tlunuu-  Smith, rticenMid, inloi"lato. whr  dlriil in Noleon  DiaUicl on Apri  20ihl.   .  AND  lSTlllSMATTKIl.oi iho-'Ofliom  AdmlnUl'rwtorB Act"  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Bed ion 42.  NOTICE is liorchy given that,  ontbol^tdrtv   of December ncxl.l  mH.licution , will l������ mudo ������������ fho  Suporintondont of Pri.viuoiul Pol-  leotorionowalof tin. hotel licence  toEull liquor by retnil.in   the.ho-.iO  ltl,own  us tne   Mulaqd.ui  llotvl  riu,vtoalLund,intho Piovu.coof  lliiiish Columbia,  i/huel this 8lh day of October,  l91iJ' FRKD T11UL1N  '  Appliaant  High school pupils, rix  day,|s   teaching...  .School keys ..'���������������������������'   \Ya,Miiii������ towols     Special'pfmntexpendi t-  turo, Clurk&Stoxyart  (Jo. Ltd. furnUiim,.  A'MeKinnon, furn'iro  Septic tunic   Repairs  to old  whool  Maps   Lfthor pwu'iiig   in   new  dcaka '������������������������������������  Vhe rWouo'i 01 certij  | unsuccessful tondert  ���������liu   tlib-n .upoti'V^T  contract. " ���������.;-'.���������.  Tcm'ors will riot"  aiih the actual b^  er fititl cr.closc^ir^  ���������ishtd  The lowest o^  i]y accepted.  Deputy Mi^Utjj  ICngiviceti i)epa;ta  Viciprii--) B,- Cv,ti|  f<i/i  5   Oil  12,00  1' SO  G CO  1150 07  , 200 00  37 o 00  8U0 00  45 00  100 00  Total ospondit. 101.3^Slg92 Oti'! i  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  fietition 4"2.  High bcIiooI fees duo $54 00  n J{t'i?poclfully subiniitwi.  THOMAS H. CAKEY,  Secretary,  Board or School Tntfiteee, Oiiiu-  ,,rlaml, II. C. J������������. .3, UH'l  1 hereby certify tliar I have ex:- | R y  ami���������(!ll tlio books and n������eount8 nf tt^ cvcrywl,  M n,oro *'  Um^I tuJuite:  NOTICE  ',\':wU'.. -������������������  Any jmm'uou or parwnn, cutli"^  wmovliift or taking any I'l"^^  timlwrop wood, ������r any dowriptioiln  joloncinfi to U������������ Wellington Col-  i,ioryCo'y(1orfroniorofftholand  of tho said (Joinpnuy, or anyone  IfippiiurvtibbifthofrtnydeHcriptH.n  NOTICE ia heieby -kivbo  Mmt.lt|u������ (butiborland  public ami  J������������g'i'  on Ihe l.'t 'dny ol  December noxtl|,jl.i,0fli������ ,ind Iind  thorn   correct m.  ^.plicniion  "'ill Ihj nr,d". lo   the  riuperinloiideiit ������f   Provincial I ul'  irofunmwwalof the hotel  licenw  Canafilou'  show wo!  and I;!p;!;cJ  Cliilett'fl  best L:ak<  to w.ll l'<M\ior byietail in the hoU-l  lUKiwn tirt'itbn Willow^ llolrl,"Hw-  tful I'orlh above.,  J.STUWAUT,  Auditor.  lllH)w��������� M;tho Willow- uoin.H.i, I^ANCJ^^^K^^T,  utoBtCwi.!*!! Ulver, in the I'w Cumberland Ni8M School   ^X****  vineeoi'RriiishColnnibi.i. HKCKUTS \ $M3,  ' (WninenKir...!  ������W������  Subscript ion ; ���������. ���������.   ^('"' ��������� SV' 'a  Dated thiamin day of October,  lUI3'        CHAUM28 THULIN  Applicant  iipi.un; ,i.,.u.B..w .,---     .       -    TAKKNOTIC1C Ihnl by ordor  nnywhevn   upon   Uie company'"|,(! ^^ n���������n������r\Tnd^o lliirkor.niiiilc  land will l)n proflocntod to tlm full j,.    .... -i .*m  extent of tlio kw.  S517.BU  lCXPKNDiruHE  *^><ti&* Wno&'u Pboapic^^.Tf-w-linr' Hiduiv 0 months .MB0.0O  ^Ail^ir-   ���������������-'������������������-'���������-"������������������������������������������"-��������� ������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������  7,b c/mit r.w/f-'i *<������;''���������:".('���������  H'l.'iw'.im'i   ,'.Hi\t()l  ..  Ar... .i.i ..  )r.������i(tf/.:i6r.(lt  .*. A ^ ** A *  Violin StrlnR������, TalkiHR machine needles and Victor Records  for sale at tlio New office.  "fonu't  to  place  your  DonM   fnrgi1  ticxt  order foi prittlluR vi11't,s-  NOTICE,  llidiug on locomotivoB and   rat  way can of  Urn  H���������lon  r,olhory  Company by any person  or  per-  wn������-������xccpt tain cmw���������������������hlnc. y  prohlWled.    Kmployoofl  r.re nub-  loctodifltniMiil for allov/mi! oftin-  Uy order  J. K. LOCKAUD,  General Maua,:-' ���������  property verified, to uio on or bo-  fore tho lH'.h day of n������combor,  19!U. ANf) all pnrllrn indebted U>  fia.d estate, aro inqnirud to pity the  uiLOimtof their ituiebledi.eti lo  rriO forthwith.  KOTlOBh lt'Tvby plvi-n tint   al  tlio  ,.t������lMM:o������������(5.*f l������i������ roira.fMort-.oCom  Iti'^ieeifl'lly ri  THOMAS, 11CARKV,  Seercbivy.' w  Our  of  ������  :0 lorinwiin. Towuilt'.  I)at.dt\il-U'.h day of  N.vo.m V iu^lU  ibivy.   v  . ,.,.��������� ,,, ;;,;^,v ,f Can,l*rln������.l. no!     I h������������dw certify tlwt.1 lmvo eN J %  lutoud Ui"������U' ������or ��������������� retinal ������f tho hot- j ami|Uftl (he Uiok* and uwoHiltH ... j b UcliVC|  ,.iii,M.ihai,..y������'' f.ro,*\W'.M. lhi, CunJui;anJ   nii.M   '"i"-''*  H.,1,.1, mtulltolo���������U.tr.pW<.ch.l. Uu.Aif\  n.ect HS ?(lt rfir;il. 5      ##j  ior.  101ft.  .VWVI'll DAMON'TKIhIjovi  J.1-V.I'll KIHMX'O  |  w  Oflicinl Aduiini������trntor,  Cunib'rlnml, 1L U  .���������������������������lj.r '-'i'lli. I 1;'-  J. STMVAUT.  ,\nditu!  it;r,'Ki|  1 U w.'v I ' ������������������M&imt ������������������-���������������������������  the news. 'croraETiLXm n. a  v  ii  ^1  1  .      . ._iW* -  LI   ���������*���������  t  WSSS3SS  Kidneys- Cured or  &8*&&i  TO   PREVENT   CAR   SHORTAGE  Thero Js no risk ia buying GIN PILLS.  Thc.y.T.ro sold on a positive guarantee  th;������"ihovwilleiiroftllKldnoyand3U������ult'l(;'r  Troubles, llhcumatlsm and Sciatica', J'ain in tho Back, etc.- If, after  taking (i boxoc, you can honestly say that Gin Pills huvonot cured yon,  lako tho empty boxes lo your dealer aud ho will rotund tho money.  That shows bow certain wo aro that G in Pills wilt cure you. 50c. a boK;  6 for<Sa,50. Scat oa rocoipt of prlco it your doalor can't supply' you.,  Sample free if you mention this paper. \$  TORONTO.  ���������szjr  I NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., OF CANADA UHrrep^  MAKING  HENS  PAY  .    n siit'nJy a m.-ilti-r of m.ilJti!.; lln-.������ Liy���������iiud   m.iUiup tliem liiy '  isi.-.-���������. !\ ;. nii.ltiT iif K-ri'|ii|ii; llxiii in jiikkI" licultli ;iml koeJMMjj ������|> tl'i'i  iipl'tllit'i    liiUv.iiutii'iiiil i'uuUty l;o..xi 'l'miii* is ii mi'dmr uf lirrlis,  urn!. .-iml ;.(>!(t.-.s'lli;ii, Kit in tlicm in very >.m:ill <]iiiiulilic������, sujijilics  Che u'ri' ikc<1- uf itu-irsyrlnti, mid wiii'd- nif <liiirn->c .'iml hy ila  spa ml iioiinii fin Un. f kk-P' tx\iitiiiK ������i)!.ii)s )i)nk<">itlicii) l;iy.   it  i* ittiMiliiuly Kiniiniiti'i'') 'to ir.mmc tilt- rn-fuluclinti of rRu.J  Try tiKilitiKyuur Ik-iii- liilcrniilimml  Coiiluy l-oml .mil you  will in- mi:|iiim(| ill ������hai Uk.'.v will do fur you.  FOR SALE ������Y, ALL DEALERS  We i.nvoj.i't fjnt (.ill;! wry cmniilvtc " 1'miltry OiiMo"���������      ^^^J\  i". !< Hi [inllv iicirly iveijlliini; time- i.s tu know ;il,ont     .jS^s)  v;l)n,ki-iis.   Wo wmilitliki-'ioMiiil it toyiivi if you will       ,fi^r  villi- fu: it���������ulinuliiti'lv Cue, " 4������������?S  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO.,  LIMITED Dcpt. B  Toronto.        ���������        Canada  Old Sores, .oumps  in Breast. Growths  removed and htal.  ed by u simple  Home Treatment  No pain.     Oesci'lbo the trouble, we tf'Hl send  book .ind :estimonial3 free.  SH������ CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Limited  1C Churchill Ave.. Toronto. '  Bunny Was a Dunce  A .little boy was once overheard say-  ing'to his pot rabbit:  How much is seven Unit:, plvou?  There; being no response from-tlio  rabbit, the boy shook it am; said:  liow much is four limes four?   *  Still there was no response.  Now I will give you an easy 0120.  How much if two times two?  ' Still tlio rabbit refused lo respond.  "Well.' said  tho boy.   1 know  that  father war. fibbing when lie said rabbits were tho, greatest multipliers In  tho world!  Car Efficiency' Best Promoted by Cooperation  Tho Hoard- of Trade .News of-Tor-  j onto  recently  printed  tin  article  on  hoiv best-to prevent cur-shortage'niid  , among other things points- out  Unit  1 car cfllcioncy cat   best be atltiin'od in  I the  following  manner,  *    I.   Hy the siitisfactory handling of  Ti-aillc. with the least number of cars,  which can bes'c be accomplished  by  the ordering of cars of suitable dimensions' and loading sanio lo their full  capacity.  As an illustration: Assuming a ton-  liHge of 11,000,000 ..tons is loaded and  transported in 250,000 cars, or twelve  tons per car. An increase in the load  ro .1 o- Ions would result' in tho same  trallio being transported in 200,000  cars, thereby freeing oO.OOO ears for  other service. A firm shipping 5 ears  of 12 tons each day for !J00 working  day?, by increasing the average load  per ear to .IT) tons, move the sumo volume of Ira tile in 120 Instead. Of 150  earn.  2. Handling tlio business in" tho  smallest number of car days. Tho  railways should transport,tlio freight  'quickly, supplemented by prompt loading and luiloafilr.ti of cars by their patrons. Tho full free time permitted hy  the Car Service Utiles should not be  taken advantage of unless actually-necessary.  :i. Shippers t.t.d consignees--should  ascertain wliethe- their facilities tire  amply sufficient to ensure the prompt  ; handling of their freight, anil the ordering of cars for loading ami unloading should be so arranged as to lose  no time,in handling when placed.  The News believes that tho public as  well iis the railways havo duties to  perform to prevent a shortage of cars.  We also buy Hides turn Sonaen 'oot.  iEE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  Mraufetl'oiiT ohso������is'ki.'n uowH'or'uor riiBBLUKr  W)������������K������ Irom KIUNKV, I1LADORR. NCRVOUS DI9IA1FA  ������B*OSICWEAVSKSS)i&.',IUCrKS.SK!H KHur riONS.PH.il.  ������mie lor ay FflCB bnol<.   tiib wost  in5Tkucti������s  MtDtCALHOOKKVf.lt WKITTEK.I r TEU1.S ALL ibaut th������M  US Mili  !hl>   RRHARKAHI.K  CURES   BfrtCTEO   bt  EW FRENCH REMEOV. N.1.N������2.N.*  ..-.IKAPIONW^SSS  HK'i (b������ rwiirilr lur voubowx illmfni Dob'IM������4iuMi  MuolotalrKREE. ND'l������Uovip'clrculari D������ LICL9M  Uku Co Uavkhtoch KU UiueaiicAO London KmA  MtDtCAL  ���������ii.].<<:i!i  Thkn  PILES CURED IN.6 TO 1-1 DAYS  ���������Druggigsts refund .-.money" 'if PAZO  .PTNTUKXT fails to cure Itching.  'Wind, Weeding or Protruding Piles.  First application gives relief.   iiOo.  The mother of'a family that had just  moved to a small Oklahoma town',1 was  being sympathized with by a visitor  because of the distance of Ihe house  from-nfo-crT^r"wfflrlr^!irnished--t-h&  water for household-purposes,  It must be-quite a tax upon your  strength to "carry water for the Saturday night bath for your large family,  her visitor sugKttcsted.  Oh, I don't, mind, was the cheerful  reply. -Besides 1 gave. Vi all .1 good  wash before we left Texas.  In 11 certain small Ei.glish village  there were two butchers living 011 the  same si reel. One placarded his saus-  agoMt one shilling a pound, and tho rival promptly placed eight pence on his  card. Number one -then placed a notice in bis window, saying that sans  c Larger Yields per Cow  During these short winter . days  when many cows are dry, and tho  cows that "are milking are not giving  very much, 'would it not' bo wise to lay  plans for improvement of, the dairy  herd'.' Seeing that the . average  household consumer a fair quantity  of milk daily all through winter, and  seeing "that the ice cream trade is not.  by any mentis dead during tho cold  months; Is it not'a pity that there Is  not 'more -good milk and sweet cream  available'.' Current-prices and good  demand should prove an 'inducement  ro :i large, number of producers to go  in more strongly for wittier dairying.  Some of the variations in yields tire  very marked; it is a common thing  month after month to'find groups 01'  cows in four adjacent sections averaging oneiutndred pounds ol! milk difference, for instance, from -UiO' by  even stages of 100 up to THO pounds.  Many of these poor cows could easily  be giving, under better conditions of  feed and care, another three or four  pounds of' far. each per month: after  ;i. year or Iwo at cow testing tho herds  will probably average, as many already have tloiio, considerably more of  an increase than 'that, even as much  as forty.,or foriy-flvo pounds in the  voar extra jier cow.  DO LONG BREATHS HURT?  DANGEROUS   PLEURISY    ALWAYS  BI-GiN THIS-WAY  Speediest Cure Is Nervllir-  Ouoh, that ,tab-like pain in tho side  is like a hot knife blade.in ihe ribs!  Probably got ovei heated���������cooled too  fast���������now thiro-is congestion, tightness, such soreness yoiucan't.drnw a  long breath.  This is the beginninc of Pleurisy.  Pleurisy is far too serious to neglect  a i'lntle iustri.nl.  Quickest relief will come from a vigorous rubbing with Nerviline. This  trusty old pain reliever 'will fix you up  in no time���������will take away the coll  ages under one shilling could, not be  gesticm-mako you well just as it did  guaranteed. Number- two's response  to'lhis was the announcement: 1 have  s-'pplicd sausages to the" lHng. , In  number one's window the....-.following  ��������� morning appeared an extra lnr&e card  bearing the words: "God Save tho  King." ���������  Oh, That/This. Etc., Etc.     ���������  ���������  Maud���������Whenever Mr. Staylate calls  he makes me think of Hamlet,  i   Ethel���������Why so? .  Maud��������� Like- I-'lamlel, he "cannot resolve himself into adieu.'.  Money Wasted  -10!  sfif-i'T  EXCELSIOR  LIFE INSURANCE CO.  Assets  1 $3,620,621.36  Insurance  ,  $19,290,983.15  Desirable Openings to Sell  THE NEW EXCELSIOR POLICIES  For Agencies    Apply    to    Provincial  Offices: Winnipeg, Edmonton,  Saskatoon, Vancouver.  An Important Consideration  What reform will you advocate? asked the friend.  I don't know, answered the woman  who had just rblurncd from a trip  around the world. , What reform isi  most, fashionable at present?  K8Y (WU HEAUli Hft IfilisiiF.f. rtHl, wuLfl.  Mas. W-'Nsii.ow'i-: Kootiiinci ,-lvuci- lins .tern  ������niiornvc. rilX'.CV rj'/AKfi ov MlM-JOWS o?  MOTIIEHS- 'Ol Oicir CIIH.UIU-US WUU/K  TKKTJI1NO .vltt- t'KWi'lit'l sUCCHlW. Vi  BOOTH US tin- U1W 1) SOVTKNS. tin- tllUtS,  f-XU'- <������ nli f.VuN CUKltt vVlKi; tOI(iC, nnd  ii tne i>c.'<i f^���������lll0flJ, sot .oiAMiiiinc/i. n is M*  nolutelv ImrnilcM. ut sure '.\nc. .\.->k (Oi 'Mnt.  ���������Wiiislowi- noothlm.' rfvniii,' sine Ult������ VIC Oll'il  kinii    ^A'CfiU'dve'cvniy" oottlc,  PATENTS  Patent Your Ine; . No delay, and w.-  will iii-ll It (or ymi i( Urn UWu li:is iticvit.  Semi rlir-tt-li for f)''o rfport. Information   fill    fhllflllll   lld'l    ll.sl      ui      111 Vl.hl IC'llf  ���������\\aniiMi  mulled    iw,  J,   A.   MACMURTRY &. CO'Y,  Patent Attorneys  1DI  n.-.y Stifct   Toronto, C,i ���������ntl.i  PATENTS  [''I'llif-r.-ilonliiiiigli S: Co.. Head (HUce,  J^iiig SlriM't. Ki.hl, T -oiilo, t:!iiiailrt.  Dcep-Scatcc Objection  Our hoy  ban t>\u\\ a rcllncii  ,������fns-  ot liuuinr',  Yi'H,  J linvc noltt'Hl In* evlrn'i'rt Ihe  RH'ili's-i  dlslllu' lo iinylhliig rua-uib-  llug the slap hlick.  The Arithmetic of it  The pupils in a school were asked  io give in writing the differenco between a biiied and a quadruped, A,  boy gave he following: A biped has  two 'egs anil a quudrupcl has four  legs; thoroforo, fe dilTereiien between  abi))c;d and it f|iiadruped i;j two legs. .  -  \vitn_a~TTjry~wcar>���������sigu-sne  the magazine aside.  What is, the matter, dear? her husband asked.  ��������� I've read nearly every slory-in this  thing, sho said, and I haven't, found  a line that I should not wish my  daughter lo see, if I had one. It's 15  cents wasted.  After th   Engagement  Mother���������1 suppose, .lear! thai  will be coming round to sop me?  Daughter- Oh, that's all right.  said ho had seen you and he wanted  to.marry me just the same,  Jack  lie  Mr. Samuel St. Johns, of Stamford  who says:��������� "In running to catch a  train last veol; I became much overheated. I put up the train window  and rode that way ii order to get cooled off. In an hour my- side was1 so full  or pain and my breathing hurt so much  that I thought I had pneumonia. 1  always carry Nerviline in my grip and  at destination 1 rubbed my side ,thrr-  o.ighly three times. The warm penetrating effect was soon noticeable and  1 ouickly got relief. -Nerviline 1 consider saved me from a serious illness."  Any sort oi a.cild can bo nuickly  In jken up with Nerviline" which ,is a  marvel for reducing inflammation, for  ���������relieving, congestion intho throata n d  chest, for* curing "stitclT '11 tile sTdcT  lumbago, neuralgia, "sciatica or., rheu-  mr.tism. Nothing more soothing or  powerful. The T)0c. largo .family size  is the most economical. Small trial  'size 2f)C, at dealers everywhere.  SHE WAS HELPLESS  FOR TWO YEARS  WHY MRS.      BALDWIN      RECOMMENDS  DO^D'S KIDNE '  PILLS  Sutjucsto the ivitdw.iy  fle-llavir yon read ttho.tt thin tight  over \lit- Mitch IlHthy'.'  She -No. hut I think all Iho-ie immoral diiiiccH ought to bo Stiipp. (I,  Net. Jp to Date  So you have decided to get another  doctor?  indeed [ have! . The lileu of his prescribing flaxseed tea and musrard plasters for people us rich as we are;  i uoinelliiies weiider if my life is  worth living.  So do 1.  Ah, then .011 itnu: found yuiir l!f-.:  a dlsappuiiilir.V'iii,  Not at all; it is your 11 fo we wcpj  speaking ol,  nml   Cnldir  liillCI   18ft),  Guat'ded Statement  There's luunetlilitg very slirplo and  I'liarinlng and direct ahoiil. tho AuktI-  cay girl, wild Hishop' llloiirjmin fit 11  dinner In Sntlth.  Once, in tlin \iv went, I married 11  pretty Ainci'lniii girl to a cowboy.  Do you take this man for beUer or  worsi'V I united her,  She Hhriin'iSi'd her supple nhouhlers.  1 etin't tell HU I've hud him nwlille,  tdio said.  Lydia found 'ior father in the library.  Father, she said, did Robert call on  you this morning?  Yes. he did, replied tho father;, but  I couldn't make much out of what, he  said.  What do you moan?  Well, explained tho old gentleman, I  understood him to say that he wanted  to marry-me, and that you had enough  to support him, so I told him lo go  homo and write "it out.  **01d Dutch" cleans wood-work and floors,  easily and quickly.   Reaches the difficult  corners' and -crevices thoroughly cleaning  with little effort.  Don't Be Without It���������10c &T  Tactful Remark  " Mrs. Jntleigji, a lady  who did not  belie her name, got thirsty during a  social   entertainment,   and   smilingly;  mentioned the fact tc a groin., d young i  men standing n nr her cli.tir.     There;  was a rush to supply licr want, and '  tho young mai. who readied l.or tlrst:  with a glass   i water sho complimented on bis liiicknoss   ... -  Oh,,that's nothing, he.replied lightly.,   I am used to it.   I,got. into many,  a circus and menagerie when : was a i  boy by carrying-water to the elephant.  Hooked <.-.  I think Archie Allscad'.n has made  up his mind to marry, said tho vivacious blond.  , o  To marry /irgie Skeoinp:-? Queried  the sparkling brunette.  Uh-liuh.  What symptoms do you notice?  Well, he wears a'sort of resigned-  or what's the use. cxprcasion on, his  face and doesn't run when ' a soesher  comings now.  ,  .  Incit!     -  A pompous country woman and her  husband were trying to enter a station  platform thro"slroiio of the porcupine  exits. After .several determined attempts, some on cided out: Read, the  sign! .,.''"  The pompous U.dy read "Exit," and  then said, in a loud voic-v "Oh, I  ���������MiougbUiL^vaBjJifi_iiicJlL_; ^^  TiiE JOHN INGL1S CO;  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILESM'CEi)  CRIPPLING PAINS  OF RHEUMATISM  Children, raid ill" I earlier to his pn  p!lh\ j-uii should lie 'ihlc lo ilu iinylhliig |TjioiiinH' I'lel  <'(inafly well Willi elthei' hand. With  ���������i ii'Hn fifiefV-u vrm will Iind It Just  as easy to do un>lLing with one baud  US It Ih  With die. .itiUi.  uieliln   a I   the  's see yon put.  ,'ht lintul pork-  lie  Ih  it'.'  rco.iiin.il  foot o" Hie *������������������ 111--������.      1/  ,\our li-l'i hand In Ihe r  <-t of vnur Irotihyrii.  Mothers Value "Ills Oil.���������Mothers  who know Imw uuildnnly croup limy  Kei/e tlieir childri'ii u"������l how ui-cesKary  |inmi)it. action Is In uppbliig relief, al-  v,a.V) Ueen id hand a Mipply of Dr.  tr. (Ill, because exjier-  l.'tiee ban lauuht them thai Micro is no  better preparation to he Inn! I'o   tho  iiymm.il.,;.:.:....:'.;...:.'.    v-. i t1 -r  :ir';- v/!ne  fdv lt.-i viirlnun u-^es render  It a viiluiildi' medicine.  Chilli h-  iho play?  (Inthani  t.',  What  pail did h  ���������lfe took the pari of ;< Jan  Hard Luc.  Wasn't ,1 .!���������������'������ ;i Mill or fur Mi>; Uieh-  Iplgh's 111111(1?  'i Vi',-1, bn;- he ilidn't.  Didn't whtit?  Suit her.  Was  Sure  it true  the liousc  life  ilK eoh  She Could Find Nothing to Cure- Hsr  Rheumatism Till On n Neighbor's  Advice Sh; Tried Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  St. Wiilbiirg, S.rik.,��������� iSpecial).--1  cm truly recommeiul lXuld'ri- Kidney  1'ills for'any ino suffering fron Ithou-  mtitism. Theso are the words of Mrs.  \V, A. Unldwin, a highly respected resident of this phico. And Mrs, Baldwin ','1"ch her reasons.  "I'wui nearly holplosB with rlieiinm-  Usui for two years." she t-'tates, "I  got. -.1101111:1110 from tho doctor, and fried  several other remedies hu' nothing  helped me Then one 'of my neighbors advised Mt to try Dodd's Kidney  Pills. T bought four boxes, aud iltey  lu.'lpnil aimoKi from the llr.-d. I have  lined dearly two dozen boxes and am  nearly cured."  Thai rheumatism Is one of the results or dlKCi'isod kidneys i������ ngnlu  shov.-i !n- Mrs, Iltthlwln's ease. Who  had lii'tidachcti, nflfTiiesH of the joints  and backaches, liei'slt'on was broken  nnd uiirofreshliiif, mid ulie was always  tlrod nnd nervous. Her limbi. swelled and she was ulv;iyn thirsly, Tin-se  in o all symptoms o. dinearet' kidneys.  WIiki. she cured her kidneys with  Dodd's Kidney Tills the symptoms  vaiihiied- -and so did tlic rheumatism.  Ptuulble 8lgn  OludvH .lack is horrid!   When wo  wero out tonight, a little bug linw right  Into my iiionih, and I iisltcd him of  whnr, that was a sign.  CMii!���������Whul did he any It nien'iil?  (!liidys--Tlutt 1 Hhiiiihl keep my  mouth shut.  Some Ub������ for Him  Mr. lU'cli Hull ��������������������������� Hood niutmiijii,  Miss lUidclii'fi.'. doing ior a walli.' 1  hope I tv.ity -.n'fompany you?  MirfK JtedcllfiV- Yen. Dr. fliiwnt  siiysi we muni, always walk wlili some  ������tu'*> ...<���������-��������� ��������� ���������' ";.'"'" ,''fi'' "'"' "i))-'wer  the puiposc.  Lube Juecnd  Teacher���������Tommy Sllinson, have you  any good excuse for being late?  Tommy  (beaming)���������Yos, ma'am,  Teacher���������What is it?  Tommy���������Waffles.  Tho use of looping the loop In an  aeroplane is problematica' unless it is  expected to help In military action by'  throwing the enemy into n, ptnti.  dazed admi allon.   ���������  of  CORNS, CORNS, CORNS  Tender corns, painful corns, soft  corns, bleeding corns, every kind of  ciniB thai other remedies fail lo cure  -that's a good many���������yield quickly  to Putnam's 1 ninless 3orn Kxtrnctor,  Used forty ;,oars in many lands.  Largest lo in tin world. Putnam's  Painless C'orr Kxrrnclor. Tho iiiinn  you see, lolls Ut- Rtor . TL romoves  corns and does It pnluloHsly, but hero  Is a'pointer: he sure you iret Put-  liuin'ii.     Pold by druggists, price 'Juc.  A Girl all Right  Marl; Twiln, no the story goes, was  walking ou "lannibal ntuet when ho   ,!������������������������! ;i ...iiu.i'.i "-in.i ' ft yftuflifiil I'auilly,  n -    !    So thin hi the little girl, eh!   Murk  Kemetly [ ������������������������������������],] to her ..>: sho .llM.laved her I'hll-  ill en.      And 1hih i-luuiy lltlln ur.-l.lii  or (TCriimilatcd Iivclldn.   Doctrt'Smait' hi the hlh ln-longs, 1 nip >o>-,o, to (he  ~.Si������������lliea  live  I'ain.    Drug)',ist.'  iitli' i"iitr.ny res.  Jil-.irlnc E*;c Ucmcdy, l.ifjuld, L'.x-, 50c.      VaJi'.th, I e woui.ui tvplkd: ya:.-ah,  Marine Eye Kalvu in Aneptk Tuhea, |dal':i a girl, too  I"5c,  50c.     K>e  ISo'ikr.  l-tec  hy  MaH. j    '  *r. ������yu italtr. UauJ .u< M tjt* lfc������t N������������-t Ctn  HiirKio Kvo  F.jurdy Co.*  Chlcnuo  Try   Murine   Eye  it you IliWu xtfd, Ucalr, Watery ivyW.  miulatcd Kvclld;:.   hocti't SmnTt'  slang  V/. N. U. 090  Ti.i ,,C'!i .��������� .;.U'!   i>Tij- ������������������������-* i'i   ���������������' n   nn  jover ,i holihij   mail liiij)   iiji.i)'.������'i.'(j a  ' ik-w aud in'oinlt-Ing u*;*"* for flu; ,mf(i.  til 'bile.  Wife���������.lohti. ���������vim. Ib alfalfa',  J full���������Oil. Hint's merely    ������  term for whi.ikeiH.  M,in opoge-  N������ doubl jou'd seoin a vulmtiin:  of wiik nnd hiiuar liases',  But v.dii'i you try my twA-iiiifvu'ir.'  'T'Alll ehatigo >oti MUr-, to Mrs.  No ^ewL to Her  Dearest, Ik> said, I couldn't llvj without you!  I know you couldn't, alie replied.  That is why I Ml. so Horry for you  the oilier day when i'ntlit IliiVateuoI  to rut off my nllowimeo Just hecauso  we had been married for n ;oar.  Didn't Like Her  So Miss (ihhlelgh is to ho marrlel.  lias thi' young man any brains?  1 suppose ho.    Why do you ask?  Ileeuiiye, if \.i> luiHti'l tlioro won't be  unv In Iho family, that's all.  The clieapnetjs of Mother Oravos'  Worm HxU'i'niliititor mm If. within  reach of all. and It :nn h������. got m. any  di'tigghif's.  f.hi'ly1   -T'lotf  ti  horrid!    When wo  were nut tonight n llttlo bug How right J  Into my mount ami l tioUd aim ut  what that was u sign.  (!lytl<���������What did lift say 11 meant?  aiiul.'/fl--Tlial  I    should    keep    my  iiioiith shut.  Cannot Be Cured By Liniments-Must be  Reached Through the Blood  Thousands of men and women suffer severely fi-om rheumatism. Cruel,  crippling pains in the muscles and  joints make every movement a torture. Many people think rheumatism  is due to cold or wet weather and tlioy  try to cure themselves hy rubbing llu-  imonts on tho painful parts. This }s  a great mistake���������the rheumatic poison is in the blood, and liniments and  rubbing cannot give more than tho  most, temporary relief. 1C you are a  victim of rheumatism or lumbago you  can only rid yourself of it by making  your blood ''ich and pure, for only in  this way can tho poisons of rheumatism bo driven from tho system. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have cured moro  cafiCH of rheumatism than any other  discaao except anaemia, Just because  they make tho rich, red blooi Lhal goes  right to tho root and cause of rheumatism, You cannot he veil when  your blood Is Impure, therefore, begin  curln your rheumatism to-day -wjth  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The following are the particulars jf cno of the  many thousands of cures to the credit  of this health-giving mediclno,  Mr. .leromie Nadou, St, .Toronto, Quo.,  says: "A fow years ago I was nelzod  with a severe attack of rheumatism.  The pulps In my back, arms and loss  wero terrible. I treated with soveral  doctors but (hey did not help me, and  us tlmn went on Iwnn unable to work  and began to think that I would be a  cripple for life. While in this trying  condition a friend who had boon cured  of rhciimat.sm by tho use .->.. Dr, Wll-  Slaniri' Pink Pills advised m> to fry this  remedy, and 1 got a supply of (ho Pills.  1 had la ken '.he Pills for several weeks  beforo any Improvement was noticed,  hut once algus o relief ca . tho Improvement f"oni that time on wan rap-  Id, and I Joyfully contl.motl taking the  Pills until every uistlttgo of tho trouble  disappeared. No bno but >\ Hlmllar  BUfferer can innglno tho grntltiulo I  feel for till a relief from pah, and because I have Kiiiet enjoyod perfect  health 1 urg.. other rhoini'iiUlc Buffer-  ers to give this medicine a trial "  You can get Dr. WHHanm' Pink Pills  from tiny medicine (<>ulor ov by mall at  R0 cents a Irx or bIx Ikixoh for -V-.&0  from The Dr, Williams' Modlulrto Co,  Brockvlllo, Out.  1  ISngincs oi -tl. kinds. Rollers ol all  kinds. Plumbing,Machinery, Tanks.  Heavy Plato Work, etc.���������Wrlto for  prices.  14 STRACHAN AVE'.,  TORONTO,      -      CANADrV  * Not Much Less at That  Mistress���������So the   moving   pictures  you saw at tho Itob Hoy voro very end,  were they, Mary?  Maid���������Yes'm very; but next week's  'ctures won't bo so glum.' The bill-  beard says tho Less Mlserables will 1)0  shown.  One  Improvement  My dear, said AliH. Newlywed, her  face flushed with excitement, from her  afternoon In the kitchen, want you  to he perfectly frank with me now;  what would you suggest lo improvo  these doughii..tb I made ..ort.iy?  Well, ropllotl Mr Newlywed, llltlnjr  ono with a .'light effort, I think It  might bo hotter If you made the holo  bigger.  Minard's Lin nent <-!o��������� Limited.  Some time ago I had a oad attack  of Ojilnsy which laid in up tor two  weeks and cost a lot of i.ionoy.  Kinding tho   lump   again   forming  In iiiy throat, 1  hiiiiicd freely with  IINAHD'S   UNIMKNT,- nnd  natur.it.  ing a cloth with tho llnlmotit left. It  on all night.  Next morning the swelling wnB gono  mid '. attributed tho warding off of tin  attack of Quinsy to, tho free ubo of  MlNAflD'tf LINIMENT.  CI-  V.  WOUDI3N.  .St. John.  Those iipsldo down dlmierB that  linve fltlnou Loudon uoclety arc no new  thing. Tlioy arL commo'. on board  ocean llnoni and grfciu lakes Bhlps.  Murlc���������I wonder how old yuii ;iiv?  ���������I Just lorn1 you my ago.  Jlarlc���������Yes; that'H what ; ;���������'. tne won.  derlug.  OIVIh should ho ;\:\y careful In so-  lerflnor a rhnporoti; many ,\ likely  ebapi roil Pct=' "U ll"' "Uent'.oii.  A colleague of miiio writes, in nn  accotttit of t) shlpivi'i-ck. Ih Ing swopt  fjinii slfin ti'*   fl'in   !������*���������'   (:��������� >ii'n<l"i|g  ���������.'���������,ivi'.������ th" captain ahi.liih.iied the ship,  K'jtrcnKB  vayr i!j"'-ik  iti(<t, but  tbr  a? tiny piis^ |  don't al-  ff If E> 31U C W I  WIW;  A Surprise Pnrty  What was that, parly you voted wkh  years   go?  Yoti mean flit ono wit Ii all tho  HiraiiKo nn' interesting Ideas? aski-.l  Parmer Cointowel.  Thar, (lesfcilbes it.  I dun no. It wii* Jos' ������������������������������ ��������� of these  political Ktirprlao parties somebody's  hIvuvh BCtthiR up.  It Is mild there Ih about S12.792.000..  000 In the world. And 90 per com of  the iiihrtUUUU COtitt'ot ihr 1a������t *lv  ilgures.  Tlio Ik'gg.'ir--Oh, lady���������a IialrpiMiny j  ������������������hut what a ?ltj lo open .t beautiful!  bag for shMi ������ tiille.  She���������I am afraid you couldn't ������up-  port nui hi tlm btyk* to vhlclj J have  Lccu acciu-foniivj.  Ho���������NVVH, Htyleri are ahv.iys clt'.lig-  lv,3, aren't they?  Hiflh nnd Low  Niilurnlly tho clergyman wuh annoy*  ed when tlio w.iter asked If tin, lutt*  ohorm pnrrv would ho lll������h Church or  Low Church. What on earth has that  lo do vsitli >oi.'.' he tlv..',<ii..<!t.l. A y,iru\  deal, sir, explained ihe waiter; If your  friends are II! Church I mum provide more wl.io; It low church, niori*  wlttles!  atchless  liolna to womon'ii com/ort, tihyslcal  well-helnp, nnd honuty-fuuo to pro*  mote healthy, natural notion of tho  or{rnn.'< of rJlgesffon nn,i olfmfnntf/irt  ���������tho tonic, snfu nnd over relinblo^|  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  JU larval Kilt t/Anv IhdMn* (n tl, ]Y���������,H  Jk  BHaill  n '���������%-.-?.���������"*  W-j-r^-^T'-  .jJCJ.  THE NEWS. CUM13EKLAOT); B. C  ?%   INVESTMENT  High Class l������/c Bonds that are Profit-Sharing.  Series-$109, $500, $1000  INVRSTMliNTmaybe withdrawn any time after one year, on 60 duyi'notice,   Dusinesj at buck  of these llonils established 28 yearn.   Send for kpecial folder and full particular*.  NATIONAL  SECURITIES   CORPORATION,   LIMITED'  Confederation Life Uuildlni,     ���������     ��������� - - ���������.,-"���������        Toronto, Canada  BLiICK KNIGHT  !-STOVE POLISH i  ������  A HOUSEWIFE IS JUDGED BY HER KITCHEN  FOR A BRIGHT STOVE AND A BRIGHT  REPUTATION. USE BLACK KNIGHT.  A Paste J the F I- Dalley G.ltd. No bust  NoVmste I      Hamilton.Ont.     No Rust  E  D  D  Y'  S  W  A  S  H  D  O  A  R  D  8  ���������o-  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  Have a Special Crimp That  Makes Washing Very Easy.  Save  Time  and Temper  Are Ea*y   <  on Handg  ^nd    Clotheo  E  D  D  Y'  S  W  A  S  H  B  O  A  R  D  8  A  RoaJ Lavor  Simulation  GOLD WATCH FREE.  A itrnlnlitforwsnl ireniironi  odor from an Mtalillthwl  linn, Wo iro tlHni ������w������i'  lYaU'hM to Uiou.nnili ot  l-������oi>lo ������U ovm the  Yrorlil M a hnju  ulrortliwmont. Kow  Is your chiuifo_ to  obtain one., Write  now, unclosing XI  cftut tor ono of our  rulilonnlila Lull en'  ten* Outrds, or  Qonm' Allvrt*. tsnt  cnrrlif-) palil to wrar  wltli tlu> vatth, which  will Ik3 H'Yon X-'roo  (llieM ' walalici tin  KUarantccil IH-n yeirfl>,  ���������hould you Uka ui-  vatitnK9 ot oar mnrrol*  leno offor. " Wo eivact yon to - tell your Irlcml.i  about ua and ihow tlitm tlie haautlful natch.  Don't think tills offer too Kood to l>o trim, hat Mid  SB cant* to-day *nrt vain i������ Froo Wnteh. Yon  will lw aniaxihl-'VlLtilAM!) * LLOYD, Wliolnwla  JawiUanlDept.llSi.eo, Cornvallli Hofcl. London, M.,  Xsilkail:  - -     Observant  '." He observant, my son, said little AVil  .lie's father. '   Cultivate tlio habit of  seeing and you will' be successful.  '. ��������� Yes.-addod-his   uncle.     .Don't- go  through tho world'blindly;     Learn to  On an Overhead Trolley  The street ear conductor wa<j very  impatient. lie was waiting ,for an  plderly and very stout lady tc board  his car, when she suddenly, jxclairned:  Conductor, conductor, ������will I' get a  shock if I stop.on that roll?  ���������    ,-  o  He Quietly answered: No, lady,\i6t  unless you put your othei\l'oot on-the  trolley'wire. ,.  Between Frlendc  Somehow, Jack cannot seem  to propose.-,  he's  afraid  Alice  to get-up courage  Mario���������Perhaps  say yes.  you'd  use your., eyes.  Little" boys who are observing know  a great deal more th^n-thoso who are  not, his aunt i   . in.  4 Willie took this advice to heart. ������  ' Next, day ..he informed  his mother  that he" had boon observing things.  Uncle's got a bottlf- of Avhisky hidden  In his trunk, lie said. Aunt has got  an extra sot of teeth in Iter drawer, and  father's got-a puck������pt' cards behind the  books In his desk.  The little sneak, exclaimed the meffi-  bora of the family indicated.  ��������� Correct  Sunday-school teacher���������Benny, can  you tell 'me what it prophet is?  Benny���������Buying something for a dime  and .selling it for a quarter.  The Giri~~  Bread-winners  NO  WASHDAY  * . i i  The Co-Operative Plan io be Extended  In the Rural Home  No 'washday this week or nest week,  washday a thing of tho past, a memory of steaming clothes and soapsuds  and stinging lingers i������ tho bittor winter weather. .Would that make any  difference to tho life, of tho farmer's  wife? Honest now, has the farmer's  wife''been getting a square doaal? The  farmer has machinery to help Win but  these "now' fangled things" for making housework light are too expensive  for tho farmer to think of getting. The  farmer- hiis oiJ days when it is'wet and  slack/times dtiring'tho wih'tor���������but his  wife must cook and sweep day in and  day .out,-winter and summer.,,  .Well, ia one community iu"*a Western stato they have banished wash-day.  in tho village these progressive farmers Have established a ' co-operative  laundry,' For some time there , lias  Jbeon it co-operative creamery tuul one  begin "team work" and there is no  telling Avltero it will cud. Someouo  thought that if machinery could do tho  good thing has led to another. -Once  work it was cheaper in tho long ruu  than wearing out his wlfo���������the idea  "caught -on." ' To someone else occurred tho Ideas t^t the man who collected' the cream cans might just as  well taake tho clothes to' and from  the laundry. Here then was a very  great saving in expense.  In some of our Western communities  perhaps the,consolidated School Van  driver' might do tho work. Its worth  thinking about and worth a trial.  . Not long ago, I ennui across a report  Qf a Dry Farming- Congress held in  Western Canada. Why should all tho  good things said at -a convontic.i remain buried in reports?.,Tlio following front a'paper on the Model-Rural  School b.v Mrs. Mario Tu'rneivIIurvcy  may drive homo my theory that wash  day at least should be cut out of the  weekly round.  One Farm Woman's Work  ,lt has been wisely"said that a nation  cannot rise higher than itr, women.  As your women are, so will bc-your  nation. "Educate a boy and you educate an individual. .Educate a girl,  and, ypu educate a whole family.'-'  However, I am pleadiug for tho best  possible education for both bov and  girl, for both are equally concerned  in tho businesss of home-making���������  the chief business, of the nation���������since  the homo is the unit of American civilization. Tho district school, supported by public funds, with its local lack  cf denominational leanings, officers aud  best local point for an institution that  can serve the whole family with a  greater'degree of efficiency than it has  ever done.  11 yield not to the temptation of .suggesting to you why the farm women  cannot" exert, the '-influence they should  Be  At  ��������� Discovered  sure your sins will find you but  forty-five or thereabout.  The shiny baldness of your head  Will show what kind of life you've led.  The candid lines about your eyes  Will toll no eharilablo Hen.    ..  Your pudgy face will testify,  To idleness and .living .high.  A pallid cast, lo beauty's cost  Will tell ot slumber'that you  lost,  A not infrequent little "lino  Will say you looked upon the wine.'  Approaching "age, too swiftly met,  Will tell us something of your sot.  A sea of troubles from within  ���������Will babblo'of what might have been.  Tho graying hair behind your ears  Will quite epitomize tho years.  a  SLIPPING  FOALS"  Or Abort km. in times of some form ot distemper among your  brood marcs ran 1)0 stopped nnd other marcs prevented from  lo-sitiji colts by using "SPOHN'S."   it cleans tho whole body  from, norms of dteense, tonca up the nctlon of nl! organs nnd  ���������loos not r'nliyslc."    Give it to mares In fo.il or out, at any.  Uir.e, for it la absolutely safe at all times for nil horses, ut  aliases nnd-under ali conditions. - It is well  to    tflvo   'tho  CUUIC   several   weeks    before    foaling  time.    Also  safe   for  Use baby colt.    All druselsla.'  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO.. Chemists and ttuctcrloloRlsls.'  .     ��������� 'Goshen. Ind., U.' .A.  FARMERS  Can  alyvayi  mal<������ auro of netting  the highest    prlcei  for    WHEAT,  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly shipping their car lo'.j to    FOR'.    WILLIAM  'PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by     '  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   'WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG  OAT3,  1)0  At  sure your sins will iind yoti'  forty-five or thereabout.  out  Society Gossip,,  Percy Plciityplunks���������I hear strange  stories about, how Hetty treats.her husband. . ���������'  .Marigold Malap'rop���������Yes; they say.  she kisses him in tho -parlor and kicks  him in tho basement...  Minard's Liniment Cures distemper.  Wahkiakum county, the smallest in  tlio state of Washington, turn a woman  clerk, MIbs Mary C. Cooper, nnd her  work has bocn highly complimented in  a recent report of tho bureau of -iv  gpecflon.  Hot Air  made ;t hot  My wife  morning.  How was that?  I Insisted cii her get:  coal a lot cf ignorance,  for   me   this  iug up to con-  What a cjiajuw ias .Taken- place  within -lie-_������ ��������� lartor of a, century  In the meh- ! _^dfe of the daughters  in the famWf"^ From the "quiet and  secluded home the girls have feone out  to olltcc, store or factory lo mlnglo  with the great crowd of workers, and  ���������whether -by 'irain or muscle, to feel'  tho strain and fatigue 'of the breadwinner. '  This revolutionary change in the  method of life has not proi-ed hene-  llclal to health a :: vigor, ind in tho  surging crowd you find many a tialo,  anaemic face, and ;i.uny an emaciated  figure. ' .   ,   ���������  Tlio blood gel.? thin ami watery, tho  digestive system becomes deranged,  the appetite fails, and the starved  uerv.es tell of their condition by neuralgic pains and bodily aches. Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food is noeded, and  nothing can so qui;lily restore health  and vigor lo tlio, body and bring back  the healthful glow to the wan cheek.  HOW PEOPLE FEEL  When They Have  TAPE  Tape-' worm'ir, bred from a parasite.  This parasite is a ere..:,..re. male and  female in one. It, is of.pcar shape, having two, four and six aickors. It lays'  the -eggs, which are only connected  together with slime. They. ..develop  and form a- body; which is the worm.  Each joint , is an individual  having a sucker or mouth. The worm  grows much longer than the bowel;  where it is located, and sometimes a  whole colony ' of them . are found,  enough to fill a quart of solid worm,  and when' put in a bucket- of water  would apparently fill it. U is the  hardest task in- the world to destroy  this parasite wghout doing injury  the individual who may be s unfortunate as to luivo it, as the parasite  clings to the bowels, Treeing itself  fioni tho body of the wona, and remains there to breed another It is  an internal demon, and causes its vie-  .',/  Cni..ese Soldiers Good, Fie liters  Till within thu last two years or so",  the general impression , was tliat tho  Cl'iinose-soldier was*' intended to run  uway. ��������� The. revolution of 1911. dissipated somo jf this' absurdity,, The  evenrs of the present, year have dispersed the remainder. It is now recognized that there" is no finer material  than that which could be selected from  among the sturdier of China's sons.  Nor is there any province lacking. Nothing- is want'' I buLtraining, arms of  precision, good leading and a good  cause. With t'.iesc China could well  hold its ow.i. The improvements that  have been made during recent years in  such things car. be appreciated only  by Ihoso who know what the old troop.-,  from the riaunermcii downward, woro  like.  The supreme  thrill- nnd so'  tlon of an Ocenn voyn.RC, the  Joyment :,of    the   .luxurious suv  roundings,    so, coinfortutilc nnd  cheerful,   I*   doubly   appreciated  when comfort is assured.     ,  THE   OLD   RELIABLE  msii-, ft,'������������**>;   -V-.r'-  3 en- <-9-'   ���������'��������� ��������� -#v;-  ; nnd 9 ly  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Cows ,  Garget    in  itim to  in-ths-sehoolT-c'  Mrs. Hamilton Tells How Sho  Finally Found Health in  Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound.  hjonslderati  Jones���������Tlio widow of that commuter lctllori in tho wreck has been awarded Still.Oflfi damages,  ITlri Wife���������And I've b.en trying to  have you'move to tho suburbs for  "���������ontliH, you mean thing!  s.  G.  fruit  7.  8.  m  I  Wnrren. Intl.-"I wan bothered tor*  llbly with female weakness, I lrntl pnins  ntul whh not regular,  my head ncliod nil  tho time,I hail boar-  inir. down lining and  my back hurt rue tho  big/font part of the  time, .1 wo.-i dizzy  nnd had weak fool-  lii(jn when I would  sloop over, it hurt  me to walk any din-  tancoand I felthluo  and discouraged.  "I began taking I.ydiu E. Fiuklmin'a  Vegetable Compound n*id tun now in  good health. If it had not loon for  that jneaielr..-I',v&uM!ii.. I  prnvo ftlnnjrtimn itwi/'-Mp  Hamilton, A.F.D.*No. 0. Wn  After a Good .deal  HoKtrfis���������Anotlior i-loc  of mince pio,  CioorgloV    ,'UiLt .��������� small pioeo? ���������  Ciooi'gli.'   (l'(jltictiintly)--No,  thanks.  I could chew It; but I couldn't bwiiIIow  Jt.  Mine. Kmmy Dent Inn, tho priinn donna who whir for a' cltieiiuitngritpli  company recently In a llim's ci go, has  received for tnl������ pt'i,l'ortntitu,< the largest Hillary ever paid to a hIiilci:, l-'ur  singing it single ur.'n from ".Mlgiimi  sho luitt been paid JlL'.fiOO. Kho was  in the ctig'-' exactly live nliiiitnH, so  llmj'thc payment works out nt $U,r>no  a ininuli'. In adnllion lo th's, tho lllm  company hud to Inmirt' her for $125,000  ugiilusl dcatli   :��������� injury.  Klianger���������Did a petlcutrir.-.i paps ihla  way a few mlnutcH ago?  Granger���������Nn, sor. T have been  right outer thlH talor patch inor'u n  hower, anil n 'tier blamed thing lias  pusuicd Void ono solitary nutii, an' lie  was trauiplng 'enoiig on foot.  .... in....  rou, Ind.  Another Cuso,  Kimond, R.T.-"I write to tell you  Ji int ryinrli f������ifuj  l'O'.'." ." i *���������}];���������;;,, J; j,-;,];.; j  mo mid to lot oOiov women know that  there Is help for them, I sui'iVrcd with  bearing down pains, hoaiLeho, was irregular and felt blue and (Umnn^d nil  tho time. I took Lydia K Pinkhnm's  Vegetable Compound and commenced lo  gain in a ohorttlme and I tun a v/cll y/ii-  man today. I am on my feet, from early  morning until late at night running a  hoarding houie mid do all myown.worl;.  1 liBjue that many buffering women will  try your medicine. It makes happier  wlvennnd mother*."���������Mm. Anna Ham*  Mrs. KiiicKl Hurt, the woman hcIcu-  |lHt of Knglntid whrj diHeovor d tho new  Kystem of wnterproollng which maile  wiiHliuble bnriknotcfl poHBlhln, Ih tho  providing geultiH In n factory which  is erectfil in [.uiiilon tu ' tr.. through  some of (he clionilciil jiroeeBHes hIio  has pi'ilfCtul.  An Interrnce  t llk'n tli������' girl with pnvioth hatidv well  nifiiigh���������  1 Btippofio Khe'n us nlco uh another���������  lint   I   tlitiit.'   mnvi>  nf  tlio  i������lrl   wlir.w  IuiikIh a hit rough  Denote she has been helping mother.  w. n. u. m  ���������   "onsvlntlon  Another good (hlng about, being a  vegetarian ,'h that whet, tho price of  hen rggH ir". prohlhltlw on j can cat  tlio IH'Kttt.  The t'ni'.vn Priiwn Frederick ol Don-  ronrk. who Ih aged fourteen, lias been  made "Translator 'of HiiKlish" by the  DanlKh boy ceontH, of whom h^ is ono,  H\ur*' Iwr  tir������t  ntnioarfliico on th<'  fltiiKo iti Hii;-Kla, fuuttceii yeaiH ago,  ������Mtno. Nfi/lmova tins played :MS pans.  .rch-aud-BOoial���������wor-lc-.  of their district. Recently, when'this  subject came up fo." discussion before  my class studying "Country- Life and  Problems.".a young num. in order to  make his point clear, gave a summary  of his mother': daily routine of work  at*that season of tho year. .It ran  somewhat like this:  1. Rise at 4.30 a.m. ,  2. ' Prepare breakfast    while ,.' men  milk cows.  ' H. Leave dishes, hurry to the cellar  and strain milk���������got cold water from  the distant; well to chill milk���������carry  out the sour and swimmed milk for  pigs, calves and chickens; wasli milk  vessels and carry out "to sun."  ���������I.   Hurry, feet'l poultry.  Hurry, wash dishes.  Hurry, gather   vegetables   and  for dinner. ��������� ,  Prepare tho sumo for table.  On certain days churning, baiting, washing and ironing' are done.  11. Food poultry.   .. ri  ,    .  10.   Prepare dinner,  .11.   Wash <1l8,hon, food poultry, sew  or mend,   "put  up"  fruit or vegetables.  12. Cel supper, wash dislien. look  after poultry and milk, work in the  garden.  1:1. Scrub kitchen on certain even-  ingB���������ni'ter <ho family havo retired, to  prevent "tracking.tho floor."  M.   Itetiro about 30 p.m.  This program, you notlc . taken nb  account of her work with the younger  children. Often tho farm woman  : nisi supply the wood-box c coal-hod,  bring in tlm water from a distant  well, milk tho cowu and spado tho garden.' That tho average American farm  Is over liimloited with physical labors,  and that hor complex duties of mother  mid holiKckei'pur are ciiri'led on under  Inexetipably hard conditloim as compared whh those thai, obtain on Ihe  f.iriii. must be eharged to traditional  ItnhliH of ihmight; yet tlm effect on  lliu liiimn an I community lii'o in ti  large factor In producing tin* vivy  ('i)tiilltlonn from which i large a per-  ccutaue of country people neck to erf"  rane bv moving to towuh.  Tho life hlHtory of too many farm  women and the relation of ibelr Industrial tdattiB to their Hoclal llfn hi  prettv well told In the few llnea I  HliuH'tliiotu from Hamlin Oarland;  Horn ami acrublied, miffered and died.  That's all you need In say, elder.  Never mlnd'anyi"' made a bride,  Nor when her hair got gray,  Jen, nay, bori' an' worked t' (bath;  That lltn It-Han  y'r breath.  Miiile me think uf a eloel; run down,  Sum's v'r born, rbat old wonuin did!  A work'ln' nvay f*r ol' lien Mrown,  '���������'illi'nf if Inli nn' montf <i������ n kbl  Till Khe sort (.' stopped one day���������  Htuirl (|tiit. licliiu.' u leliei'd rt'.i.������.  WiiHU't old, i.utlier. fmly-.-dx.    N<������.  .le������' got liunip, an' thin an' gray.  Wawhln' and Hmrlu an' nwcepln, by  Joe,  V'r foiiftOiMi  ViHir  Worked (o death.  Died fr  Dyin' fr  suffer all the symptoms of disease imaginable. Tho cleverest physicians are led' to believe tho patient  is suffering from someJ other" .disease  as nearly every person has different  .gv-ni'doniBi���������*-Somo-- havo���������boon���������t-jseatod.  for cancer of the bowels, consumption-  of the bowels,' consumption ,,of the  lungs, chroniJ dyspepsia, nervous prostration, melancholia hypochondria, hysteria, inflammation of bowels, appendicitis, and other complaints, when one  or more of these internal demons were  eating their lives away.  Prof. Mulvenc:   has made the discovery to free the victim of this monster, without injury to the system,'' destroying tlio parasite as well as expoll-  the worm with one doso ot medl-  Another."ign of Old Age  When you begin  to  wish  that all  your rooms were on the ground floor  you are beginning tc become old.  has an enviable rncord, well earned by Us lonff experience And-  maintained by Its careful "inan-  nxeineiit.  YduW*mI������rDo Well  when travcllln  rolutlvna or fi  Hie piiRKiipr'o '������  ngr, or if aenitintr for  fricmls,  to   aes  that  booked via  Bix-  up a  Probably  -1 see that someone  ''Woman's -Dictionary,"  -^Iore~wordo~iii~ii~I~siipposo;  if  ettinc  What Did be Mean"  She���������Do you   remember'  how "you  used to call mo your angel before we  were married? ������  .  lie���������Yes, dear;  and I   <ronder how  you ever consent' .'��������� to marry such a  blundering old fool.  cine without any previous starvation.  Visit his office, wher: ho lias in his  possession the most wonderful collection of these death-dealing monsters hi  the world, -which have been expelled  from hundreds of people by his famous  remedy, some bottles containing colonics of .worms, and anyono seeing them  cannot imagine bow a person could  possibly live with .lliom in his bowels.  It is surprising the number of people  that, have them. Thousands havo  tlioni and are not awaro oJ the fact.  The letters and testimonial- the Professor Iioh in his possession, aro  enough to convince us of t: la alarming  fact. Some of tho most prominent  symptoms are ravenous appetite, diz/.y  spells, headaches, cramps i.. the bowels, a feeling of something moving in  the bowels, f.!se a feeling as though  something was crawling up tho throat.  The only certainty of having one in  the system is when segments or joints  aro seeti, whleii ctuo away almost  any time. They tire flat, and from  threo-iiimrlort. of tin Inch to an inch  lomi', which have often boon mistaken  for pin woi-int- by those whe do not  know Urn inference, Thrre are many  other feolings of iHstreni; wh'ch would  dike loo long to envmerute. S.tninge to  say, Home people of strong I'tiubllliilion  have very littles iilatreHs.'  Prof. "Mills-emy'n world fiimonu Tape  Worm KxtcrmlmUoi Is Kiifo, sure and  liarmieHS, No rtarvatlon, no ihiiigor, Is  not illHiiftreoahle to take, One dose  nearly always eu>ctn'u cure. Further  liil'ormiilloii free. Send stamiwd  f'iivolo|ie or eall at 167 Dundaa  Street. Prof. H. I��������� Mulveney, Toronto, Out.  Murphy was assistant cook on board  a trooper noitnil for India. The Unit  morning he forgot to wash the holler  out after breakfast, conseiiuontly thrro  were ten letnes on the surface of Ihe  soup when (ilniiei was served. To  clear hlttiBell ot tli.,- blame -ie wont to  fie rer.pectlvo mefscs :ind Br.ld:  If ye/ I'olnd an. 'lay leaves In the  soup you'll Know it'n mint.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE IJROMO Quinino  Tablets. Druggists refund money it  it falls, to cur-\ -K. W. GROVE'S signature is on oach box.     25c.  A good-for nothing fellow was asked  bv his wife to keep awake long 'enough  one day to dlg'the potatoes i:i tho garden. Ho consented, and after digging  a few minutes ho returned to the housp  and said he had found a coin, He  washed the dirt off and it proved to  he a sixpence. ' Ilo put it in his pocket and went back to work. Presently  he went to tho house aud told his wife  ho had^found mother coin; this time  it was a shilling.  Putting it in his pocket, lie said: T  have worked tfrotly hard; I will take  a short nnp, ���������  When ho awoke he found that his  wlfo had dug all tho rest of the potatoes, Put she found no coins. It  then dawned upon lu-r that sho had  been fooled,  THE-CUNAR]  CANADIAN SERVIC!  .which, with added nccommod^- .  Hon, offers for your selection a  most complete list of sailings on  NEW, PALATIAL Steamors. of  -latest dcsiirn and appointment",  carrying one el.'i68 (II) Cabin and  third, class only.  Tho      C'unai-A    Company    also. ,  maintain   nervlcc<   I efw een .NeVT |  York,     Qucenstown.     1 Ishpruard,  Liverpool.   Boston,    Quee.nsitown,,  Flshgruard, Uvcrnool..  Naw .lTo_rk^  ":%TWiitorfStTo3."nr"ATirintn;;    rn'clya.-  Ihb   the   funtofit   ate.imp.ra In the  world,   "Lualtnnla"   cmd.';'-Mavir������i-  lanio." , '  No\y   buildlnp   for   Canadian   '  Ser^ce:  S.S. ������������������ACll.VNIA"���������14,O<>0.Tons',  , Details of'salllnpn'and i'ntorost|J'j  Jiiir, IlliiMtrated Htor'oturn mayt/,W 1  obtained from any RaUwjiv or '  Hteamshlp Aeont,' or by*.'Writing  ,1  ;q  THE  UUNARD   STEAMSHIP  COMPANY, LTD.  iUVI MulB St., Winn  ilprCT.  ���������-F-  RaJlum Ores  Whalover present, doubt jnav exist,  about the value of radium In-ihe treatment of cancer,  there can- be nono  about tho fact that Its <nio;.vn proper^  ties  warrant the  belief that It has,'/  great curative possibilities.   Just now  the amount available for experimental ���������  purposes,v whether in laboratories;.^  hospitals Is limited,' and" progress?" la  retailed  for that  reason/ Uiifdrtun-  ately, radium bearing' ores are Infra-  fluent and those that hufo'-'beon lo- ,  en ted aro being used for Jirivate pro-  lit rather than general advantage. , It'  Is therefore well Hint u'liicaHiire .ias  boon Introduced into thci.*tW������hfd States,  congress providing for tlie withdrawal:,  of such ores front iiidlvidio'.''jd'oatlonp  'J'ho hill is meeting wlU'i/fywrg opo-  r  An Always Read> Pill.���������To (hone of  regular habit inodlelnc is of little concern, but the great, majority of men  are.not of regular habit. The worry  and en row of 'itinlnesn prevent Ir, and  out of the Irregularity of life conies  dyspepsia, indigestion, liver and kidney troubles as .i protest, The run-  duv.it i-iysti.'in (k'Uiainlii ;t cunv.clhc  and tluM'o Is none bed  Ice's, Vegetable Pills,  pie In their composition  taken by the merit liHienti-ly  tilted.  is against Mm corncri  prove lo bo an invaliiabl  some of tho worst and-niofc  dlnensoH that afflltit'iiiaiil  for  iblo  -j"-  er than 1'arnic-      Pi-lnce Ale\ls I44-4gciirg������fU^|i,,'who  They are nlm>!liiis tiikcii lift Ills rphJ^nci' Iti.ltyierlcii  on and can ho, with  IiIh  Ann rleiIiTirlde,.'tVli^ wan  ���������licitti-ly coiiHll-  Mm.  linger l'ifilUofiiC,levcla')\j|,'; Is a  Evad nr the Question  (Juenii Mary in an eiilhuulaHtle. book  lover, nnd whonevur hIio pnya sdioit,  Informal visits to London nho iisuall.v  goi'H to it fiunoUH hook shop In the west  end, an lmihlng plcatum lu-r imltnr than  lo bo able to look through tin new  hooltii sit her lelmire.  claimant to ihe tlirOHpof He|{Wu.' Ho  iniiglii in the innWu^Urd' the"t*f\vrviiin  ririny us ait eiillnti'ir'iiiiaii itp-Vfle war  wlih Mm Turku, T-ftfiprliu'e ft4 eoim������  Ir. ut Klnit Pi tcr of, Smvia toiiftffKHertB  that hu iti entitled,^) tin* thronilj  It Is being argued In New Vorlc that  a lemon trust exlHto. Thin Is a hard  rune to prove. If anything, thero in  too ii.uch eoinpiititlon In lenii)iis--yoii  can pick 'em up anywhere.  Not Worth tblMWenr and Tear  The llegi-ui -���������())������, 'ijfeiily���������a halfpenny  what :i iilrjiiHfeipeu.a'lliitiitlfiil  h a trnP^       ' *'  such  c  -but.  ling i'o)'  Manitoba waa llpt Hettled'^f tw by  K-ifi net tiers froiii Hcotland imnVl Lord  Kelkirk.  MARVELOUS BALSAMIC ESSENCES  ni' UH it'ii       d'lV  Sliirvi'il to diMtli,  lack of ah* an' sun���������  rent, an' Vf Jirii a hrealh  . ti.iltt nv ���������it(P     f| UK  \l'plb'!inl���������Yrp'm.  every Huiuliiy.  ?..u.*   ^...  Utrv     ������Nn������Tfff������     f  *   ,,,-,   lf������   (.l.'MVi'h I  wu  IU   1AM1,-  -A DIRECT MMfiW.  .r^Jti,'  No mail or wuuian should hubhlc  painfully about hccinnc or corun when  no certain n relief '.-i at h-unl a a Hoi-  |8tatl5tica    Pfovc    Ninety-Seven  Cent, of Conac-.Va   Population  Infested Wltli the Germs of  Per i t  It  (V Hhnple pralne t"r what i.l'.e'd doin  And iiiutiy'fl the woini.n th!r  Hlow  In   that  very ilay,  liidfuame  Klder, dylu'  way.  fnntriliutcii by .1.  Seen'tnry. ('iitiaillau  Ib-oni   lo,   linbinlii.it   I'.ni'-.hi.   Wliiiii  l>"fif-'. .  An Anuiican mntnrliig tljroiigli a  Hinall Scotch town wa������ pulled up for  excessive spe> I.  Didn't ymi  nee  that  notice:   Head  rf.   V    i tUi'.viuiii,  Wi'lfni'i-  I.eaune,  Slow? ini'iiiied  Toiir.'r' 1 did.  hut J thought !t  cho pel'^emaii,  relumed lb*1 V.-inkei'  icfei'ieil lo yinir lown,  This .lbiiiiHi.' Ih mom  ing to its tendt-ney to  JlHinclil.il titbcn and '  ciiiiKe.1 CoiiBUinptlon.  the  yoplit liiiVi   In.ii  .I'l'tni'"!',' rind '.mufl1",  (lnngoroiiK ow-  extend to the  '; ngu, where It  I'lifottiinntely  faith In Hpruyr.  V,-h|r-!l   C.'Ul'f.   pO1--  to the I'CinotihUpnJ of ihe noee, throat  and fuiigH, siur.'yiiiM Irulth^jlviti. mod  ll'lllloll to I'VejV.HJWt that;  le  tiW  othInland   cuiin<ti wherevt  iixinff- 4'i;bis in iiiTWc'ii w.i  ,-,--J*      -li'ho.������l hjlljHnnt, tho  laii'-lwiiT<jJl;*L',tie(-.  M tainted or  itia'larrlio'oiKi  iiiblile   nil  All  and  it  atliing or-  or  ay  M'ottldn'. it bo    fea-ahl  American   rollenguoH   to  ronn'f If-ading to, rrr.- 1!'.i  ll.P.f!. Mini  IP.  lloefm-    r.r  CotiaiructloitB.  >   f.ir   the; down  ImiiTiiie   a 11''nth  The Fr.ncl, have llguied II lo rl.ow  that In  lIMiS there w.'ih one M'atb of  an nilfttor !'������������������   vvV*y J.1*" kilometers  " r.-as   fllle  klloni.-t.'is  wMl.. in'lfdi llief.  for   evir,\     I'1ii,������mhi  di ^r> e  <>f'. nly.  At  v,-<. m- ��������� 11, they  l'.irli''!  inlllilM������������  lend.  iririlii'i' i.uw tf* coi'ic  .ti.pl;  Hy a  urini<.  weak.     Von   Voii't lakm  iit.o i-ini'iu    iiiixIjiie ���������ji  heitlJPK  vajini   i'.t  the  riiireadri fill ihrough tin  gnus, Honlh  Cata:rli  or snpplylnif'Ihe .'rlchc  pure.'it atitlrieSjcrt k  A s:n''.'.liujJf.iA.l i.- (.u-.ulTt ty* sr.In*  HlblV cure, and in cminciiueiice eat;irr-| utiM.     A IiuJhI''"''OUM Ih f.'oi'^'ln an  hal il'���������'ii!-!' Inn   berniiifi   a   nalliitiat  hour, )'���������.��������� hxty' '<>!(���������   .h->  ���������*������������������.��������������� ^i'.    fJ..  nn;'i-.      r!',ietw.*   in  ,-ulvatnliig  every j tin.ii)tii;li!,v mni.ffi ftoii) tVn��������� ;.j.-ti-;n.  d.iy. niid foitutiiitt'l> a remedy lias been !    Tor Ai-tl.      and IbdMhU  irritation }  dh-UHvred tUitt uol vbly e'l'e.' but pit-, iioihing  t ;������ti   i-ipi.-il   l',.!.-.N'l.t'..f'.'it -(.v-i'  ���������,1'lilt Oatui'i'h.     Thli' new treatment < ery  ph.\id������-laii u.id  dnc'i,:.    .-a\ ��������� no, _  ���������'CatarrlioMne" littri lUflbietit power to j and \w tidvl*- ������������yr rcii-ler; t-> Ii}  tlilft'3  1.111 tl..'  ���������Hid (*������������������  fKf'I'i'i'  of  :iim'.!;!'5  C.iiar.-h;  pun* r-l'ie'  - ;;i-rnj.-'  Miri)!i        II   Mififalri  ,. ami lieallii;'. 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Wednesday the  ���������^���������'canob������x,l*>������d  ."^iiTnoThoW  itself  ...-the opinions of oth-  , 'appear in its columns  r.PDAYAPR.   13   19H  fBRjSOTICB  UOBSOK  TO TAKE AK������  Vr*bv ������ivon tW������t K^"'1  '-,, ;,Ho..������ per ?.Uiour������,ot water  ������������������ ;f90Moi.. .iiKhft-^.s������  ,,,..<>.;,*   through   NowMBtle  J,y, flirt >Str������HB of Oeor-  '.  ,���������|  ���������i  Bitf Qua-"���������0  .TKl.Rtr.WOfl  '"   .^,.v nnd-ZU bs'W-i  .way iv><6.5 0iithB Mid  '������������������������������������   ,;v^-^������rowd? ::  .."-'    '^iith-oi-ol the Water Re-  ';::>, ..YuitorusB.O.    Ob^i���������"**  : :V:.i-vUh the s,id Waterier    r  ���������jJaQUlM^i ^A  , Applet  \\% ������   BEASLKY '  Agont  lirniucouNTY.forRTOF-  ���������NANMMOUOLDlvN        ���������  ATOUM-������EB'LAN^*'  IN THE MATTER oi Sarah EV  enorTysou deceased, intestate,..  AND  IN THE MATTEL <>rtlje"Offl-  ,.ial"Administrators Aot,,>-    -  ' TAKE NOTICE that by order  0f   His    Honor   Judge   Barker,  mi������letho5thday  of'November,  HUB,1 was appointed  Adminis-  IrLr of ilioE^oonbo above-  mentioned doooased, and. all  P*  nos having   claim*   nffunst-  the  said estate ar. hereby   required to  to me on or before the 13 h day  i      mm    AN Dirt    p*"*  ties indebted to  add   estate,   ���������������  ��������� ���������,t tn nnv   tho  amount   oi  veqiured to .pa)    i  their indebtedness  to  nu>   forth  Wl Dated this 11th day of November, 1018.  AV. WkslKy Wii'VKP*  Official'Administrator,  Unmberlandj 13. C.  WATBR_NOTICE  otnaka���������0 iioio>m  at cumberland.  ,������ THE MATTER OFDnniol  died at  Cumberland, U. L.   on  mi-ii    Tune 25th 101S.  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V   Li  Anything you want and whatever  Cay y������ want it. , Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTKIHIKADS  1MLMIKADS  I������A^l>H.LliTS  CATAUK-ITKS  MRNUB  HKOltliliS  DODGWHS  POSTBUS  SHUMMNO TAGS  VISITING GAUDS  DUSINKSS GAUDS  WEDDING 8TATIONKUY  ]\\lh PIWOUAMMES  ETC., KW.. KTCt  i   n  ;r*  B  IE COM g E B L A H D  iMRMM tite ^^5w?.;;ctJ3]3ERLA^TB;B. c  gnito  X  The Story of a Royal $  Marriage  By MAY  C. ETHERIDGE    ||  4^������w**h-:-^h*4-:**i-h-:-h������*h-:-w-H'  "I amjtlred," said Prluco Adolf, "of  laving people gapo at mo whenever I  appear."  ��������� "Your royal highness," Bald an  equerry,, entering, "n man. has been  .brought to tho palace by the police  . charged with 'personating you, the  prince. IIo resembles you so closely  that those who arrested him cannot  bo certain whether he is or la not an  Impostor. What orders shall I give as  to his disposition?"    "'.  "Is he much like me?"  "So nearly that, had ho not been  poorly dressed 1, who mil in constant  nttoudanco upon your highness, could  not tell him from you."  "Bring him to mo."  Tlio equerry disappeared and in a  few minutes entered, conducting the  man in question. Tlie prince started  at tho marvelous resemblance to himself.  "Why have you personated me?"  asked the prince. . .    ,-.  "For fun, your highness."  "How would you like to persona to  nic for a consideration?"  "1 am. at your royal highness' service." -   .  ,   The prince made a deal by which  this.mau. Sinister, was to,personate  with .love. Indeed, the two.had met  l������ut u������^-when the marriage contract  was*signed/ But this made but little  difference so far'a������thc prince's arrival,  ii ud the", wedding were concerned. According to the arrangements, when a  carriage drove up to the palace where  dwelt the princess amid salvos of artillery ho was" received by the princess'  personator, the princess herself.standing back and enjoying the farce that  was being enacted.  "What a joke it would be," she said  to herself, "if these two could be  brought to marry,- each thinking the  other to be of princely blood! As.soon  as the prince arrives 1 shall propose  the plan to lilra." *  Sho did propose the plan when her  fiance arrived tlie Bamo-evening and-;  was admitted through a rear door of  Llie palace. The prince was evidently  much struck with the proposal and  said ho would think it over. lie expressed a desire to see his man, Sinister, with a,view to giving him further  Instruct ions, aud the representative  was introduced to his apartments.  Wlmt passed between them was not  known, but after tho meeting tho  prince told the princess that he had  proposed her plan to Sinister. .  It had been arranged that the pre-  nuptial festivities should Inst a week,  then the wedding, after which thero  should bo another week of rejoicing.  Tho princess was much interested in  her matchmaking between the two representatives and was quite pleased to  (hid every evidence that the two had  been violently smitten with each other.  The prluco and his'representative had  conferences "occasionally, and the former reported to the princess that the  latter had.agreed to her plan.of'passing through tho ceremony of marriage  .with her who was enacting the part  of bride expectant, though he feared  to get Into trouble by marrying a princess while pretending to,bo a prince.  But Adolf declared that ho would make  that all right, assuring the man of his  personal protection. " ,  Tho conspirators could uor.'of course.'  go so far as to have a public marriage  celebrated between the two, so if was  arranged that Shuster and the princess'*  representative should bo married pri-  vately���������that is, if the spurious.princess  would consent, to the match. The day  before tlio,royal marriage waa. cele-  tirated Sinister announced that he had  won, the lady's consent and the prince  and his fiancee agreed.that the mar?  riage should be celebrated that same  evening in the private chapel of the  palace. -,-.   ., .   ���������  "A few of those most intimate with  the princess, were admitted to, the secret and to the ceremony. All watched the proceedings with great gusto  Nothing could be more Interesting than  jLjnarrlage between two commoners..  MODERN SUPERSTITION.  Hogs   anil  CSfiVj)*V\)  "now would.xou mkb to personate  MB?"  him till Uie moment he should meet his  bride. Tho prince wished to do some  shopping, and It was arranged that,  while dressed as a commoner and with  his tint pulled down over his eyes, ho  should cuter a storo by ono door whilo  Sinister, as tho true prince, should enter by another.  So tho nest, morning nt the usual  hour of tho prince's going forth Shunter whs driven through tho usual crowd  of loiterers nt the palace gate, all of  whom took off their tints, the salute  being gracefully acknowledged by  Shunter.,. The prince, looking down  from nu upper window, snw tho exit.  Leaving the palace by a rear exit, the  prince took a shorter route to the first  shop he Intended to visit and reached  It jimt in time to see his Hpurious self  alight from Ms currlnge, tho footman  open tho door and Sinister piisn  through u smiiir gathering who, recognizing the prince's livery, had run to  the spot to catch n glimpse of him.  Thou tho prince did his shopping in nu.  other part of tho storo, though ha  found It dlillcul.t to secure attention, ho  eager woro tho.,chirks to sue his royal  highness.  The prlnco wna much relieved and  pleased at being nhlo to buy if pair of  stockings or n necktie without having  n crowd nhoiit him, kop* buck In soino  iiiHliiflcoH by the police, Ho wrote Ills  fiancee of IiIh rune nnd that lie would  arrive Incognito, his |)i>rsoniitor coming In stnto. Tho prlncoNH was cnuglit  ' hy the device mid wished Mint she  might herself be persmmti'd In tho  tinmv way. Shv nt one* sent bcr'.fa.  vorlto, nttcndiitit nut t<>:'.'search for V  young woman-who nwitinlwJ her. Tho  woman sppnt u wools on tho street. In  shops; nt evening ontortalntiieiitH, and  nt Inst found n young lady who Riilfl-  (lently resembled her minimis to war-  r.w.t'Vii attempt t������ ;;;:,*.-. bivr fur the  prliu'fss. Tho lady was* comnwnrttM to  go to tho palace. She oxproNPi'd mimo  surprint) nnd nt Hrst rofiixi'd/iititchanged her iiuud.  ��������� When tho prliicpss snw tho person  wlio wan to represent nor' sho was  much pleased, not so much at tho re^  ncnililiiriep nn tho carriage, for tho Indy  Iind tho bearing of ono of high degree.  Some difficulty was mot with to Induce  her to m-t the part of prim-ens, but nt  hist sho consented nnd liognn her official dutloa In porwonutlng the prltK-cpa  on h shopping tour, nn Shunter had personated tho prim-e.  Tho iriMrrhiiro between Prince Adolf  tnd' tho Princess Wllhelmlnn was n  tUte marriage anil bad nothing to do  Owls   and   Skirts,   Tigs,  ���������   Cats.;. '  Pretty nearly everything under  the sun seems to be connected with  somo superstition, from an owl to  the hem of your ekirt. -Never hear  of cither? '1 Well, if your skirt. hap:  pens to be turned up a'bit- at the  bottom, you can be sure someone is  thinking of you;, You can, however,  make everyone think more, especially tho men, if you wear a slit skirt.  As for the" owl, if it should come into  the house, trouble is sure to follow.  The best thing.to a"o when you expect an owl is to put all the cut glass  into tho china closet and the china  closet in tho dining-room closet; and  then lock that closet. For tho- owl  you can then use anything; a broom  is generally pretty handy.  The first time pigs cross your,  threshold, make thorn jump over  your pants bolt/or your wire's garter, or tho maid's apron; then they  will come homo regularly.' A plan  now in use among up-to-dalo Canadian farmers is to keep ttho pigs' in  regular pens and feed them twice a  day. - It is regarded as a scheme  more' popular with tho wif,o nnd the  maid.  It is bad luck to hear a dog bark  at night. This superstition has.been  found to depend on ��������� circumstances;  it is a matter of whose dog. If it's  the dog next dog, the best thing to  use is a flatiron; but a good aim is  even more valuable. ,  Women believe, that, if they go  somewhere on Monday, they will be  on the go the rest, of the week. That  may bo .the explanation, of the fact  that women liko to wash on Monday.  Kill a cat, and you will have bad  luck for seven years; there Is, however, no special superstition as . to  kittens, so it is best to begin on your  cats early...  The Germans believe that, if your  right hand itches, you ..will get  money; if your left hand itches, you  will spend r*ech.' . Canadians are the  only people in the world, who, have  both hands itching all the time.  E6G STANDARDS.  Revealed.  An insurance agent was trying to  Induce a hard man to deal with to  take out a policy on his house.' After  listening to him for an ..hour whilo he  painted in vivid colors the extreme  danger of fire consuming.the house,  the hard mau to deal with said:   ,  "Do you really think it likely that  my houBe will bum down within the  time that the policy will run?" ,-  "Certainly," re.-lied the agent;  "Have I not been trying all this time  to convince you that I do?." .  "Then," said the hard man to deal  with,."why is your company so anxious to. bet. me money that it will  not!" ���������      ''   ,  " ''      ������������������-���������',  The agent was silent, and thoughtful for a moment; then he drew the  other   apart   into   an   unfrequented  each thinking the other to bo of royal  blood. Many comments, were passed  nu, the pair,' 4he most,'frequent of  which was that, though commoners,  each possessed the carriage and dignity, of a person of the blood royal.  The groom had stipulated that immediately alter the 'ceremony ho  should take/his bride whither so ovei  lie pleased and no questions,asked. So  when the'pair bad-been-congratulated  they stepped Into one of the royal carriages' and were driven away.  That night tho prince, disappeared.  On tho dresser in his apartments was  round n note stating that his name  was Herman Shuster. ������ He had personated tho prince till just before his  lirrlvol at the capital, when his, royal  hiKhucss had suddenly decided to en  ter in his own propria^ persoua. He  whom tho princess had' taken for a  dummy was the real prince.-; lie had  fallen In love with the princess' ropro-  ���������ioclativo and married her.- ,.'  , The princess, astonished, mortified.  ���������jure orders to ceaso tho preparations  for the wedding that was to take place  i lint day at high noon and shut hcrnelf  i|i In tho palace. . Thero was but one  tntter of comfort for uer-lf her be-  i .lied had jilted her he had married  i commoner. This would Insure In  numerable troubles for him In-tho fu  i tiro nnd might cost him a crown.  But within a fow dnys strange news  come from a neighboring kingdom.  The king of this country hud recently  died nnd left the throne to his da lighter. Tho young queen was much bo-  loved by her subjects, being given ic  charity, She wan used to going among  tho poor and tho Institutions for the  poor lncogiill.il for the purpose of  studying tlio needs of tho former and  correcting abuses In Hip Inltur. Sho  hud found thono inoi������,'iiltiiH so pleas-,  nnt, relieving her, ns they did, from  tlm gnr.o of curious crowds, Unit sho  Iind adopted them when traveling, in  nnu of her journeys Alio Iind been summoned to the pnlnco of tho reigning  Hoverclgn and had boon assigned n  duty by the princess roynl, the in Iter  thinking her to he n commoner. While  In tho pnlnco she hud. tui|i|>onod to  meet tho 'holr apparent ot another  kingdom, n love nltiilr hud resulted  nnd tho queen had been privately married,   ������������������'  '��������� When the princess heard this news  Blii������ was nioro iiHtonlidiod limn before.  Whnt'mi Imposition hud been practiced  upon her nnd what nn extraordinary  mini iuriit.it  l'<<-   ijiin.ii >''.<u  till' i'i'.r.i'C  mee1ln.tr ' urnVr *ueh elreumtfl'.ineoR1.  But-what excited the wrnlh of her father, the king, whs tlml two kingdom*  being nonr his own would now be unit  ed under one sovereign, the two to-  wilier' helmy far ntrfiiiirer thiui tin was  himself.  ��������� Soon after his mnrrlngo Prince Adolf  sent n deputation to tlie Indy to whom  ho Iind been betrothed to oner nu hum-  hie npology, They snld thnt after Informing her thnt ho would bo represented by another he had been wtoed  with a desire to win her lovo In thnt  wuy, but her adoption.of a ulmllnr  plnn an his own hud placed him under  on Influence that he had been unubUj  to resist  place an"d"Jwh"ispere~dT'l5_n"is. earT  "My friend, I will impart to' you a  dark secret. ' Years ago tlu company  disgraced me before .my sweetheart.  Under an assumed name I have  wormed myself Intp^ its service for  revenge, and *.., 'here is a heaven  above us I will have its heart's  blood!"  Services Appreciated.  A popular doctor was not long ago  much pleased with a certain aerated  water, and by bis assiduous recommendations procured for It a celebrity  It justly deserved. The doctor acted  solely In the interests of humanity  generally and oxpected no return. To  his surprise there camo one morning  an effusive letter from tho company,  saying, that his recommendations had  done them so much good that they  "ventured to send him' a hundred"���������  Here the page camo to an end. "Tl Ir  will never do," said,tho doctor; "It is  very kind, but I could not think of  accepting anything." Here he turned  tbo pago and found the, sentence ran  ���������"of our circulars for distribution."  List of Trade Designations and the  Ages, Corresponding. ��������� <  With the high prico of "tho really  now-laid egg comes tho plea for the  standardization" of eggs, since the  terms used by storekeepers are hopelessly misleading. What is regarded  as a new-laid egg in oho district  might be looked' upon as a more  cooking egg in another. A "fresh*'  egg may havo attained the respectable age of three months, but their  -is nothing to'convey-to the purchaser  this all-important fact.  To designate the egg of commerce,  a correspondent has drafted the Interpretation he places upon the five  terms that aro used to designate it.  New-laid.���������Three to five days old,  in accordance with the season of the  year, and -in'other respects as laid  down above. These alone are recommended for boiling; ���������  Breakfast.���������In all respects the  same, save that as they aro a "fow  days older, thero is a slight shrinkage and tho bright appearance has  gone. For poaching or frying these  aro excellent;  Fresh.���������Not preserved. Good 0{:gs  for cooking, but nothing more, Usually foreign and Inferior natlvo'sup-  plies, in which tho value has been  lost by.delays In liiarHtlng.  Cooking.���������A varied class, including "pickles," often very doubtful  indeed." Faith is necessary for their  consumption; and '  Kggs.���������Upon, these the. curtain  may be drawn. A scrap-heap for the  other classes. ' '  Another., expert . has remarked  that, whilst "new-laid" is the trade  term for tho egg newest from the  nest, fresh would be a Otter term.  But'an-egg is not necessarily fresh  because it is new-laid. Everything  depends upon tho way in which It  has been stored.    , .  But when eggs are cheaper, we  may no. be quite so particular!    "'  Au Unreliable Doctor.  Mr. Seabury camo from the.office  one night and told his wife he had  been to see tho doctor,  "He said I was all tired but," said  Seabury, "and ho lhlnkB:I ought to  go away on a fishing trip."     . ���������  "But, of course, you .doryt; believe  iilm," respondod tho wife;  "Why not?" queried Seabury In  .uirprlse,  "Well," said Mrs. Seabury, "you  didn't havo any continence In. him  when he told mo I ought to go to  lOuropo."  Xo Cheating There.  In Athons goats are marched lo  housekeepers' doors and milked bo-  fore tho eyes of patrons, But thin  nystcm does not prevent adulteration.  Tho milkman wears a lonso coat with  wido sleeves. Around his waist. In a  rubber bag filled with water, and a  tube,runs down bin arm. As he mllkn  hu 'pressed tho tube, and milk and  water flow nllontly together Into tho  milk-pull.  Not ns Bad as It Might Havo Ttoeii.  "Now that your boys havo gone  i way to school and your daughters  have got married I suppose you find  It rather dismal around homo, don't  you, Mr. Cadgerley?"  "Well, It'H not as bnd ns it nilpht  be. When I bogln carving at dinner  now I always know that It will bo  mv turn to eat before'everything Is  ho cold that It lu tai.tolotm,"  Ominously.Strange,  The dear girl mid to her father:  "Papa, Ooorgo Hcocham has proposed." ,  "Wha't's'hVs Income?"  Tho girl utartcd.  "How strange! How very strange!"  alio said. "That's the very rpiPBtlon  George asked mo about you,"  HU HcnlluMlon.  "Did you over real Ire anything on  that Investment?"  "Oh. yes."  "What did yau realize on UT"  '���������What a fool I had been,"  Who Is It?  Any number of persons r ay play  the game called "Who, Is it?" Ono  is selected to Btand or sit in front  of the others, who have a'rra- ?ed  themselves in a half circle. The one  selected ailsi with his back tr the  restf then one of thoso in th half  circle touches the chosen one on the  back, and all - together they. ask.  "Who is it?" The one oh tho centre  then ��������� turns around and- > tells the  name of the one he thinks- touched  him. The one named asks, "Where  shall I go?" The chosen.ono designates a place at some distance, so  that while the person named'1 is going to the place and back the rest  will havo a good chance to hide. If  the person named did touch the .one  in the centre he must go, but if he  ,was"not the one then he says to the  leader, "Go yourself," and ho Is the  one to go.'- The last person caught  Ktiinrlfl in frorii. ae'the chosen one In  the next game.     ���������-'       .       ,  ^Curious Cradles. ':  "The Lapland babe's cradle," sail  a man who has traveled, "is its mother's shoe ��������� Its mother's snowshoe.  This Buow'shoe is covered with skin  iind stuffed ..with soft moss. When  so disposed the Lapland mother can  Lang her baby to, a tree by the  thongs.  "The Indian oaby wears a nc e rln~  and a veil, and its cradle Is tT aaket  swung frr.m its mother's head.  "But,the strangest cradle c all i-  th3 New , l-ulnea baby'B. The noth-  ers of New Guinea bury their babies  in tho soft white desert Band up to'  tho waist, ThlB keeps them out of  miBchlef. It is the only crad'e the;*  ever know."    '      ���������  Auclent Money. ,  In Biblical dayB silver and r^'d  colnB were struck of such weight that  ono of them represented the value of  a particular animal. Thuu tho word  ltealtah (uaod In GenoBlo), translated  "pieces of money," means literally a  lamb. The Latin pocunln, from which  cornea our word pecuniary, cornea  from pocus, a general name for sheep  and tho smaller nnlmala. In early  times coins boro figures of a horse,  ir bull or a hog, together with tho  nnmos of the anlmalB pictured. Afterward, as values changed, tho figures  upon tho coins no longer boro representations of their valuo In cattlo,  but figures ropreflonting a rose, an  odglo, etc, v    .  Hrii'iftcls Sprouts,  Wash tho sprouts cnro'fully, removing any dlncolorod leaves. Put lu  boiling salted walor, cook for twenty  minutes, drain ai 0 placo or. a hot  serving dish. Meaiiwhllo mix four  tnbloiipoonfuls of butter with two  InblespooiifulB of flour, add a little  broth or water and stir well until H  coniflB to the boiling point, SeaHon  with milt, pi-ppor and tho juice of  two Icmono, blend thoroughly, pour  all over the sprouts and serve ijulck-  iy.  ���������������< i *       Two Ht rings.  Uo frowned In porploiily on hour  Ing onco more that uhe was not al  home,  "I wonder, Jimmy," he said bitterly, "If your sister realizes that I have  treated her to throo tuxl rides and  four concerts this month?"  "You bet, sho roallzcs It," said the  small boy, grinning. "That's why  Mhn'fli Veoplnir her ongngement to Joe  Johnson a secret."  VAN HORDE'S TREASURES,  He Catalogues Kvery Item and Depicts It Himself.  Pictures comprise after all only a  part of Sir William Van Home's art  treasures, about which so much has  been written since tture was talk of  him presenting them to a museum,.  He has a wonderful collection of tho  beautifu1 things which come under  the general descriptions of-"objets,  d'art." Many of the world's greatest  past and present master craftsmen  aro represented in this collection.  And' every object In the collection���������  there are hundreds of them ��������� has  been catalogued !,- Sir William himself.  His method of cataloguing is unique. As each object is acquired ho  makes a thumb-nail watercolor  sketch of It in a "day journal,".accompanying tho sketch with a description of the object, where it was  purchased, who made It, its history  (I! any), and every pa'-ticular regarding it. Every thumb-nail watercolor  Bketch is In' Itself a masterpiece.  Every line, mark, and variation of  coloring is fai'htully .depleted, and  marvellous dcti.il Is revealed when  the sketch is examined under a magnifying glass.  Later all this is copied into a general catalogue, but instead of a  thumb-nail sketch, a life-size sketch  is made. This also is in water color.  Nobody who h'is seen these drawings can doubt the ar"stlc genius of  Sir William. They are brilliantly  done. In every particular each drawing Is a faithful copy of the original.  Not only docs it represent the form  and the coloring, but In the case, say,  of porcelain, the detail is so perfect  that both the surface crackle nnd the  "under crackle," which Is the crackle  beneath the gkze, are also faithfully  depicted, with the slightestivariation  in. tone. These details are things  tbat.no body but a connoisseur would  notice.  And just think of it ��������� there are  forty-two large volumes of this Illustrated catalogue in Sir William's  strong-room, every drawing in them  the work of his own hand, every bit  of written description his own writing. For the work of ono man this  catalogue Is nothing short of monumental. . It indicates, too, the great  size of his collection.  In itself this many volume catalogue looks like the work of a whole  life-time. Yet every bit of this work  has been done while most other peo7  pie have been in bed. Sir William  has never felt that he could afford  any of the serious hours of the day  for this work of cataloguing. Practically all of it has-been done after  ten o'clock at night. It has been,  and still is, one "f his recreations after the hard work of the day is over.  He is a marvellously quick worker,  with absolute surety of touch in line  -and^colorf_and_turns--qut_these_W-On-_  derful drawings with the ease and  facility of a newspaper, artist sketching against time.  There is ono ot er department in  Sir William's collection that la unique. Many yearn ago he.otarted out  to acquire original models of ancient  war vessels, and he now has the most  complete collection in the world of  these models. The models belong to  the hey-day of the sailing age, and  they arc the originals of many of the  most famous battleships In the great  Dutch, Spanish and English navies  in the days when "hearts of bait"  were our ships. At the time when  Sir William started collecting thes*  ships, nobody attached any great  value to them. Thus he was for  years practically alone as a connole-  sour of old-time war vessels, and Europe yielded him her beBt In this department. To-"ay these models are  almost priceless, and '.hey arc eagerly  sought after.  That Sir William's collection as a  whole represents a big fortune in it-  eclf goes without Baying. Nobody except himself knpwa what 't haa cost  hlm���������and ho won't say. But he did  on one occasion haxard a gueen as to  what It la worth.  "Perhaps't Is worth about $2,000,-  000," he said recently when oflked,  STORY 0F_0LD BRONTE  LITTLE LAKE PORT NEAR HAM-.  1LTON A .QUAINT TOWN.  Kulea for Avoiding Indigestion.  Chew your food, quit overeating,  rjult washing tho food into iho stomach with liquids, quit eating tho  tr.*'on������ co**il'!*iatleH ��������� of food Fi������r-  montallon Is not digestion; fermentation caunes gas, Whenever you  havo gan you know that^your digestion In not good,  Nome Names. '  fjooae, fowling nnd .T<v*lyn m mir������  names aro corruptions of u woru  which originally denoted tho flothn.  Tho first Mr. Gander wm an 'ndlvld-  ual called "tho wolf," while tie ordinal V������- nuck wap a "doughty" man,  Vocal Retrenchment,  A. B, Morphy, tho Llstowel lawyer,  who represents North Perth In Parliament, t"lln a Btory of a visit he paid  recently to a Scotch settlement In lh  riding, where ho was 'nvlted lo a sen  vlco In tho Prenbylerlan kirk.   It war  !in old-faBhlonod church, and an old  fashioned   congregation,   which   die  not put much fnllh In new fangln!  Inventions, such as orgaiiH, but pin  ued their affections to the precentor.  On the occasion in quentfon the pre  ronlor, who waa an elderly, dour old  Scotchman, '.rled  to  pitch the tun-  to the hymn, "Ten Thousand Tlmeo  Ten Thousand," but   all   his offer lu  were too high.    After repeated attempts to get the proper pitch tho  precentor stopped, and the village wit  ro iinrked to hlni In a perfectly audible whisper:  '.'Randy, why nrt start It at live  thousandV"���������Saturday Nlghr.  Parliament (Jolng Dry, Too.  AhoiiJon of tho lyotem of nerving  liquid r������froHhmenia In the IIoiibo of  Commons Is In prospect.  Tho rentiiiirant committee this year  adopted a now plan whereby drinks  are paid lor by tickets, and nald tlck-  cas aro Hold only to Uiobc entitled to  ih" pylvtlofp     nutsMors orn'barred.  Members object to being recorded  n������ heavy purchaser*) ot nuch (km-u  and the result Is that the business Is  practically dead.  In Inr.nguratlng the obange, the  committee decided that If It fulled to  iverlr A,)t "!itlnfnMoHly. thf> Idea won  to prohibit absolutely tho nerving of  refreshments save at meals. It was  ual". by one of tho committeemen  rocen that this Is likely to be the  outcome, at least after this your,  -������������������i*������������������~������������������ ���������"- "������������������  Power of Money.  Who*ver Iiib sixpence la sovereign  over all men to the extent of that  sixpence; commands cooks to feed  blm, philosopher* to teach him,  kin fin to mount guard over him, to  the extent of that sixoencoi���������CarlyU,  Pishing and Fruit Growing Cominun.'  ���������  ity     SufTcml     Severely     From  Storms During Its Idfo Tim*  S     Which Goes Back Almost a Cen������  tury���������It Is Named After Admlra>  Horatio Nelson.  On the northwesterly shore of Lake  Ontario, between tho bustling cities  of Toronto and Hamilton, but well  away from either, stands tho little  old village of Pronto. It boasts Itself  to be the best harbor on that part of.  tho coast, for nature has partially  protected it from the fury of tho '  spring tempests by a long point jutting into the lake a mile or so to  the eastward and by a nearer sai.a-  bar, and man has done his beet to  Improve the haven by defending It  with two long linos of wharf, or  breakwater, by frequent dredging of  Its river's mouth, and by erecting on  tho eastern pier a sturdy little lighthouse to make unmistakable the way  for Incoming craft.  Its irregular lines of buildings aro  chiefly of tho frame" variety; and  tho most imposing erection on Ita  short, one-sided main Bireet is not a  grey old church, but a grist mill.  This, however, la of quite respectaMe  antiquity for our new country, for  hL'i on Its tall chimney is the, date,  1858.,. As to its(lcarly, history���������it waa  not till 1820 thf. the site of tho -II-  lage w,as opened to tho settlement ot  white men, and that the Misslssauga  Indians relinquished their exclusive  right of fishing.in tho Twelve Mile  Creek.   ���������        , ,  Within an old man's memory,  Bronte has suffored mercilessly from  the moods of the lake. In a plan of  the town, bearing date 1834 there is ���������'  traced a thoroughfare < Ulcd by the  ominous ,name of Ontario street, for  the lake has claimed Its own, and  Ontario street '- now engulfed In its  restless waters. Once, It Is told, the  main road between Toronto and Hamilton lay as far out from the present  shore as is the harbor light, and  when at cveuing (as often chances)  one hears a M'tling on tho shingle  and sees the olo "stage" whkn conveys passengers between the village  and the station come lumbering down  the beach and plunge into the dusky  or moonlit water; it takes but a little Imagination to see in it a phantom chariot, impelled by some mysterious doom to travel again, the ancient route, where only boats,, can.  journey now. Almost one,perceives a  load of ghastly passengers, but in a  second one's fancy Is pulled up short  by the vehicle turning landward.\, "t-  .1n Inl^X " lft.������. Wft.������._L, V.^. w~M .������J.}..<:   -JO l-Ulu��������� KltU UUVf LUC".���������I VILlQl DUlVoa   surges cut and carved away the too-  yielding cliffe till the Bhady cemetery,  once well,Inland, looked down directly on the waves, which, still unsatisfied, threatened to disturb the rest  of the sleepers-beneath the turf. But  there a guarding pier has checked  their rage; and beauty nnd peace still  reign together ������n that green "God'a  acre."  Some of these talcs of tho wild  lake's dolngR sound like legends, but  lt���������ts still at the same oh; work. Vor  its last winter's meal it sliced off  here and there ten or fifteen feet of  shore, and, as I write, I hear the  surf growling along hare ledges of  rock that a year ago were covered  comfortably with ten feet of earth.  Never, indeed, Is thin Inland bos more .  beautiful than when It is in a fury of.  swelling waves and lousing spray and  when its waters, colored with tho reddish earth it has ground to powder,  take on from tho far-distant, smiling sky othc strange hues of blua  anl green.  In nddlt'on, as hinted already,  Pronto draws from tho lake a harvest worth about twenty thousand  dollars annually. In summer the  boats come in neveral times a week  laden, with whltcfiab, big salmon  trout or glittering herrings (dollcloua  ctth' fresh or smoked ��������� as some  Bronte folk have tho art of smoklnn  t''eni). In winter many riion employ- ���������  ed during the summer on the Toronto  ferryboat or lake ntoamers como  hon. j lo fish. Three men go out on  each of the sailing boats, and two on  the gasoline launches, Usually they  work on a system of "hand shares,"  tho boat (or Its owner) taking half  the cntrb, and the. remaining half bring divided In equal shares between  the two or t'iroo "handH."  lironto Is the homo of Hovcral lnlco  captains, but han lout no mo of Iti  former Importance as n port, It was  a busy place, ''caring Itu pnuent appellation hefom the lime when Charlotte Ilrunte's "Jane ISyro" made her  fnmonn, and It Is a mistake to think  that It was called after her. The  nnnie was re.illy given in hone.- of the  Ihike of Bronte, more familiar to our  thoughts as Horatio Nelson.  Bronte has Its romantli legends of  tmugglnrs, who used to land  their  ���������"���������ntriibcnd cargncH under cover of  night, while two men on   horHobnck  watched, enflt and went, on the Lake  Shore road to give Instant notice of  the approach of tho revenue officers.  In legitimate trade it shipped annual-,  ly  thoiuiiiiidti of  biiHhels  of  wheat.]  Thin was stored temporarily In a llnoi  of warehouses i.long tho river's bnnlr,!  and HOirmlltnwi, after harvest, a pro-  cuiiiuij  vl  i���������������'.&<<;,;i J.'.'il' a i.tlli. <Vitf������  wns to he u^'ii reaching   from   the'  Wharves to tho point where the UaV  dial   Klectrle line now croasfii   Ihe  road. Taring the Crimean War prices  soiiie.l   'to   IhMkIiIk   previously   undreamed of, bin the greul prosperity  of the fnrmein was short-lived, for  tho return of peace i rough!  dowm  the abnormal prlees and, soon afterwards, the "mldK������" made -..v' havie  of the wheat crops.- Kn-lly P. WcnV  er In Toronto llobe.  IhWMvi Hm Hiviiidlcd.  Popnluiioii   Inii  d"i-i������ n-i-ii   in   i i  Yukon dlFirl'-t of lnif yi'ut.������.  1'av eon  City, fomv-jly with !,.<j",������ itiliHlilUiiUi,  ������*>w ban bin 2,50������i. ~���������.iWJi-"-.--*"^!-*."*.*  ki^......,..   ,,  ;^~^n'-���������s*xwrJf&*va^1WWV*VW���������v*W^^  7  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA^  The Furniture Store  Special lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain Prices  New lines-of Linoleums, Wall  Pape j rand Furniture  Just opened out  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves  and Ranges on hand  Mi-Phee Ulock, ^\,  Cumberland  LIQUOn  i       ,(S  nvw******'-*-**"*'*** "^l rmm  P  CC'  ACT.  1910  NOTICK is hereby tryeu that,.  <;ii 1 In.- niiHli d:iy ol May next,  application will be ui.ulc lo the  : npciiiileiuk-iuuf 1'ioviiicial Politic for the granting uf a license  ior the Mile oi'liquor1. by retail in  j.uO upon the premises to be con-  .su-ucU'il in accordance with the  j lans and specifications to be til-  u! with 1 lie Superintendent ol  rioviuoial l'olice, and to be  known as the 1'icr Hotel, and to  'l:i;'sifiKile at or mar the govern  "incut wharf at- Roystou. 'kelson  District, British Cohinibia, upon  I'.ie lands described as Lots 20  ::iid 21 in Mock K of the Subdivision of part of sections 4  and  6 A'."1 .. .        '_      ���������  ���������    Dated this 1st day   of  "Apnl,  jvs.|  Haiiky Idikns,.  .-    Applicant.  NOTiUK,    "   s������y wArd-T>and-buti--iot,���������   Hiatrict of Say ward.  TAKE NOTICE that Helen Bull, of  1! 0:105 Hay, li. C, intends to apply for  pj in s-,ion to lease the folio wind dosenb-  .'il lit .li-SiuaJI i'sliinrt in Vandolph Creok  l ...ii .11, on Cortex. Inland, eoinmoucing at-  ;������������������ p h! planted on tho #��������� ntliwest corner of  i^ mill, 4ioi 00 f llovinR the shore riorth-  <  ly iirniiijil iliu is and to point  of   com-  . 111 ���������:ici rnuut, cntit-aiiiing lit'ty acroa raoro or  It}**-  HELEN BULL.  DaicilMnrt'li 14, 1914.  Atlantic Fleet is Ordered Jo G0T0 Tampico  Washington, April 14.���������A gen  eral concentration of tlie Allan  tic fleet" at Tampico was ordeied  toda)- by Secretary Daniels after  a cabinet meeting in which Pres  ident Wilson laid before the cab  inel the necessity for.backing up  the demand of Hear Admiral  Mayo that the American flag be  sainted by the Hncrto command  er.  The cabinet had discussed the  situation in a two hour's meet  iug, and the general concensus  of opinion was that the ."Washing  ton government should insist on  a salute. After Die.meeting there  was conspicuous silence-en the  part of all officers, and Secretary  Daniels hurried to the navy de  partment, where he prepared a  memorandum of naval orders.  President   Wilson    conferred  with Secretaiy Tumulty, and re  ports were current that  later  in-  The "Booze" Has Him-  \    He Can't Quit!  "He" isp thips, a businessman, or a wnge-earuer,  with family dependent upon him Moving in him. Tho  world ia uhsympntlutio.   It - judg. s by experience.   U  kniiwa him for an hnb'tual druukard end it brands him  w beyond li..pe���������doomod. 'Bat thnt man c>n-qiri5��������� '  Yes, He   CAN Quit-and in  Three Days, Too!  Alcoholism is NOT a d������easo. Th������ Gntliu diiiRn >-.  ' bib bus led to n ���������vistem that cure*, i������nd euro* pp miuwo-  ' tlf. ���������N.-dmus, lo hypnlerJermioy jediom-jait io*t.-  pjloel'm-t t������o'd urivnoy ������nd heibui modui-i.������ *0������  ONLY TJIHEK DAYS. Then, if the ouio is not om-  pi u������. is ml sn'isf wt-iiy to p t'en^a-id ih������no interest-  ������d in hi..,, every cont p-'ui i* i������f������i"tod without question  or c< mm \.i.  This is NOT a Gold Cure-It is  The Only Real, Pennanent Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Wait-  Write or Calf Now, Today.  -aaB333aB������BTO^,''I������������^  LESLIE'J. ASTON ,, -  - Practical Boot and ShoQQiaker  ������pairs Heat and Prompt '��������� ������������������  Miners9 and  gers  Phone 54b6  1435 Fcrt Street  ���������wwi*i mn.i'iwmBWUi  Jtr  Victoria, B. C.  t^VMM4VV^^,>aA*^<v^ ������^rV*,������������'������������^,*v,v������^^M^^i!^.������.^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  o AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND .BOTTLING  WORKS  Agents for Pi teener Brewing Con'pun.v's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET A  ��������� Boots: to Measure ^  Dnnsmuir Ave,, ..Cumberland'  ��������� wnmwtHMiJwwmia itcxunf*vBBxtmv&%9 ShBaMTm&Tmn& 1T11���������n n maul  pi|lllllll!l!llllilll!!lll!llll||||!|||||lll!l!||||||||||||;i|||||l!ltl|||||||||||||<|n!!l||!|||||!!|||||||||||!!in  THE CANADIAN BANK  '.OF COMMERCE- ._.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D^D.CL., President /  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General-Manager   ,        JOHN AIRD. Ass't"General Menaser  ' The first shipment-of. our spring'stock  of  ���������   L    Shoes have arrived.in '    '-.,  Men's Tan and Black Button  Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede nie  Lace and Button  Watch for our Sale of Gods and Ends after  Stock-Taking. . ; ..'  THE "IDEAL". STORE.    ^\otm\s  .''*���������������������������.     - ��������� ���������     ..       c"'  McRae, Acton, Hayman  1  St  &  B  1     }  a  H  3  ���������-,u  >3  i  -������������-  The following is   takon   from  tlie Nai-iaiina Herald of April 12;;  -Tlie Na 11 a in; 0 Hoard ol" Trade  tit a fjpeeinl meeting held on  Wednesday last, passed a roso  Iniioii of pro'.e-st at the proposed  n,-d',stnbuiion of Vancouver Is-  la-id seals in the I'odcral House,  o'ljeeiing to any ]iroposal- tha'  would include any portion of the  1 .ainlaiid.  t'-imilnr action to that taken by  ihe locd Hoard of Trade was ta-  k ,-i by the Albc-rni Conservative  /-,>-.��������� ouation as the appended  i w:i which apjieaied in this  v.ei-k's is ue of the Albesni Ad-  \ oeaie will show:  CO.WSEKVATIVKS SliN'a  PKOTJCST TO OTTAWA.  The Alberni Conserviitive as-  '.Miei.i'ion, at its regular monthly  liiuMinji, lust Sntuiday iukIiI,  ] li nd iiM.ll on word as being  i.iu. 1 1 in] hatically opposed to  i,!i\ scheme of ndistribution of  Mo'iii.iiiu cou-;iiluencies that  vonld iiiehtde thiK part of Van  runver Island with North Van  cfiuv.-i o<-an.' other part of the  u 11 hi id that is not within the  tin p:eseut bound iries of ��������� Co-  u;ox  A Mill.  A t'-.lfurutn tmelly e\]nessiiig  'h- st-nUMients and actions of Uie  m-"���������������������������.'n^ was sent to II. S.  <������ iiiKiits. M. V , mid this has  ! \ . L, ]'-,\\"'] by .'.��������� i"MMri'������ IctffT  je'tinjr f'"'th i;i "*r 11* 11 j.; li'nns, n  rnubi-r ol leusons why the pro-  ;. --^e.l reniiiuij^'tneiu is objt-c  i   :ipU*  -.11 utlur uL'*> ti.uioi. , <n iht-  / ,- -t :n������������ \v\v\\ n>ki i'i to i-n-  1 . ie ; 1 ��������� .s'.uid ' l.������'U l-\ the Al  1. ��������� .; .������;!4t'>i-'..-rio- . ..iivi V'lio pr-s  , ^ iu: ������.h;i ''if pr-������ ������������������������? will hi  ������ i������i ti-i.iuiuio.i- ihro'i^liotit ilk-  >  ������. Vaiiioiivtr l*iaud uflect-  die clay a statement coveiiug the  American demand for a' salute  would be made  The transport Hancock   with,  800 marines   has been   ordeied  from New Orleans to Tain pica at  once.  The-itorpedo flotilla atPenseco  la, Kla., has bt-eu notified to be  ready to join the battleships at  Tampico on shoit no-ice.  All the ships of the Atlantic  fleet at, Hampton Roads have  been 01 dered to Tampi.co.  The battleship, South Caioli  na, en route from San Domingo,  has been iute;ceptcd b>> wireless  and ordered to Tampico.  The gunboats Nashvilh at  San Domingo aud Taeonia at  Boston, also have been ordered  to Tampico.  A concert and dance under  the nuspiees of the GiLiziws  Voters' I,aii������iie will ho held in  in the OumbiM'lniul Hull mi the  I'liuuiiiif uf Apiil :Mtli. The  (jliiemen and the tiymplumy ()r-  elinsfrn will he the leading fun  tares,  miss  -G^Prair$f5;OflO|OOfl~RES|VE^llNBr$-135500iOOfl-  . FOREIGN BUSINESS ;'  This Bank, oilers unsurpassed facilities to ,those doing business with  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of  Sterling and other Foreign exchange, drafts and Cablo Transfers, and  for the financing of imports and exports cf merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Clio. .  ques and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22  CUMBERLAND BE.ANCH. W. T. WHITE, Ulnnngor  NOTICK,  Any person or   person's found  cutting timber on   my   property  on Roy Road without   my   permission will be prossecuted,  W. WIT'JHKUv.  LOST���������Dark chestuut nitre  (colt,) missing since the last  week in January from b\:.nny  Hay. A reward of Sioo will be  paid for information given to  Geo. Stevens, Fanny Bay.  This will hi   too jriKid to  It is about time we   weto   get*  ling busy for the 21th of May.  GO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  KOU   YOU It  Genl Blacksmithing  -AND���������  Horseshoeing  Tlilnl St.       Ciimhui'lMiA  ��������� ���������������������> -������������*������������������*��������� mm  '  Two horses owned by Alex  Maxwell wcr-' struck by an au'o  near the raueheree, Coin ox. 011  Tuesday night, and one bj badly iujuicd (hut it had to be shot.  ������j> *   The Down Theatre is closed  for the present.  Ottawa, April II.--It   is   ex.  peeled that tlie lii^li  e.oininis-iou.  oi'sliip will be filled by   tlm   gnv  oriiment before tlio   adjournment  of the Iioii-o.    ft   is   known that  the nihinet   ha.s   informally   dis  unused the fjiicstion,   tlieiij/h com  to no eonelitsion.    In tho lobbies,  tho fiHiuiHif Sir Ilic(|ard MeUride  U most frci.'ly  meiuimiol   us  ihe  tiiuirt likely man.    Ai other  muni.'  mi'iitioiifd now is that nf Sir   C.  J). Tupprr.  .. ,   ,       7'*'   '." ?��������� V0[< vcALK-������o ts kids an!  It 101 iks as if the M������������xii'niis   ate ,.,,       ,��������� ,.  KoIiik to fr t what is   e. m ng  lo b,,Iy'    lcrms ou oppl-cation t.  :Ja;...     \k..-;     c:;:i't     f^l     ������'.' !:  H.    Will-i'nsnn.     Litlle     Uivev.  Urielo Sam all the Mum. J���������nzo. <'omox, IJ. (J.   ,  . 4\  ^yc   l0pC   tjmt    C0J0���������jsts    w,Jl  One c f rhu lights   on   I)erwent x auw inorc nni\ m0l���������%   t!,c   a(j  avenue   has   been   nut   for   !uv ������ mlageof keeping go,������t.s.    Few  wcckii, aid the   1 her*   uc  I'.lt sc n������ to know how smdl   ,.������������.���������?-  Iietu-r  than noim.   Thin   U   ril(. j������ 'i e llu-y nre to   keep, ns the>  r   1,   tit..,.:*.. ... .1     11..1������:  - lor.Tiffi tor their   own   feed. m.M  fault of tl'U dtYi'tot tie light 11 ir    ,   H ,        .. ., ,,  A ���������'    ,  . "     ,H pli\>i������iim- all over the  world niv  cimtiauv.   Om lighting c3at������in ifl  ,.,...  .    .     .,  ���������,',.,,,      * J drawing nft,"itimi   tti   tliv  grm  nut ��������������������� lw\ if the IniiipH w������ru re-  , ������������������������������������ ,, , ��������� , ,.,���������.  1      1 ' PUl ItV ������������l L'oi ti������'     llllK.  .vim ������d wle������ oice^ary, ��������� h  is  I Wood   Woodf  ������ , '   Wood       I  ������    Now is the time to plaoo (���������)  ^)    your order   for   SI.AII ^  WOOD I  ������2,50 ...jier double load g  From The |  I Star Uvery Stables |  SITUATION WANTED-Uy  a young Japanese, in hotel- or  store. Speaks good Knglish.  Apply Kobayashi   No. r Oamp  KOU BALK CIII������:.\1���������������A   fiw  room cottngo, on Penrllh Avenue,  Apply at'ldnil Store,  rOUNI*���������A piiir of l.aiide.nilV.  Apply at thin nllice, pay for th's  ml and get ihe ������������������ilarhy^,''  I.OSl^^cioTiTM a'eeabee I 'i 11  representing a ������������������Jkt*," Kinder  will please return same to News  Office.  TOR SALK���������llmwu   and   IU  iierec of   Inn 1   on   Jlo^'i*   K������mi.  e.IiKse   to   town,   Ternni   $150.00  ��������� town,  lialiuieo   inuiiiiii).    1 I������m.*--  to rent.    Apply !'��������� t).   Uo.v   liiu  ���������ir this i-lllee.  WANTED���������Reliable agent to  iiniuDc     inrium      movoitytiuh,  Wholesale price given   on   ma  ehines to use as   demonstrators  if  putchasor    means   business-.  Write, Thos    I'limley,   Vic  :oriu H.O.  l-'Olt  J-ALK  CHI:  A!'���������liul  lie  i:nil nir\    i"  < r, 111  1    condit;  ���������1  with    1  ���������\lrn  M'i        1  f    hteelti  rr������  wluM U.  AV|.i  1  t!ii>  olii-i'.  <iiiii!ii!;iiiii!iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiimiiiiKniiiin!i;;ii!!iii!ii!i!iii!iiii!iiii!]t!:iii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiin  tWMMIWiMI'a  ^\li!lllll!lllll!IIWIIIIlHIIIUIH!OII!W^  *> - -'���������-'���������.. B  I" Capital Paid Up $11,560,000.  Koserye $13,000,000 ��������� 1  The Royal Bank; of Uanada.:^ |:  S  DKAFTS"lS6UED   IN   ANY^CURllKNCYr PAYABLE   "ALL 1  |- . ,     ���������  '"   .' OVEll   THE    WORLD.       ".   [.,    .   .   ';   -I  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid lo SJAVIXOS ACCOUNTS & iiitereM J  ������   ������t liighent Current Rules allowed on lifpos-ils of $1 nml.upwnrde.    g  I ������������������.'���������." L   ���������   - I  J)   M. Morrison, Mgr,   |  F. J?C������wprth, Wgi-. 3  i  CUBTBERLAND, B. C , Branch, Open Daily  1 XJNIOM "BAY, B.C. Branch, Open Taily.  I  roURTENAY,   B. 0 , Branch, Opon Daily R. H, Har'dwiclc,  Mfjr |  '%!������IKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :V.   BO^O^fl:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE SO.,..  CUMBERLAND  IP YOU GET IT AT       PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  You never liww tht  Irua tihiltrttlon of  ������ol������royclln| till you  rid* (b���������������Tadlo*>-  Mtxolilly tha IV.: Indie*, '-���������  The new oomroYt f������t������fe������  It IH // ������������'*(> ������l ���������������*"'* *^*^ **<���������* Ci-4  I\\VV {Mriect motoreyflle, Vibrt*  I ^-"^ ^ Uom end jol������io< don't eilit,  Fowef, Speed end Bnderence unequeled  by eqy other notoroyele. Coitf neit to  MthUi to tneinteln. Etiler to ride tWi  ��������� bleyole.   Neode m ttnf.        ���������  The Call  of the  Open  Comes with the months  of Spring, unci at Plimlcys |  everything is ready for the  Cyilist nnd   the Motorist,  li.u 1914, "Indian '   The  vlotor i ycles.    The 1914  "Ovorhuul" Cars find the  ie\v cycle  models hy the  .orld's Iriiding mjikers a  wait your  choice.  >r free catalogue to  9)  ill  Send  ���������day,*  Fhos. Plimley  O Y'l'KS STRI2ET  VICTORIA, B. C.  1  |jilW)W|jlil'IWliW*ll! -'lL"i"'">   '^���������-'���������V--������^-������*������a������Miw������aiiMM  B  Mftllh  ,mfr/tiMuW������im**i'������fm  mStissiL.  3i������  *y* ���������* jm* ������������������=><.


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