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 If '���������  /���������/   ���������'   .  Jr,    ���������  }��������� . "."i������. ��������� .J    .   S,  r='.       " , <.- ���������'"���������  ;     AI/Q  '���������    '"V  A Journal Devoted EgpeclaHly to the Interest of Cumberland and Surrounding District.  Tins News, Twrnty-First Year.  CUMBERLAND,\B.'C.;-WEDNESDAY, AUG. l'>,   :Q14 '  ''  Souscription $,i.oo a Year  S?2SageSieX8SSp5S3gepZSS;.  AL-JTmu tif ������Itp^. iteiuj Epaners at   1  NOTICE.  ������������������������t^������������������S>3 ������S)S>������������������������������������������������^^  *������  .GiiV Uoy������' and Ladies' Tun Kihbed  Cotton ll5se, splendid wearing ([lndity '  lSePAIK, 7PAIKK0UA DOLLAR  Ladies' ttbick.Silk G hives���������small sizes only   L  wVist length, regular values to Sou. \'- .  SrEOIAL"RIi;CK25e. A P.AIR  u i   ' ��������� ��������� i  ���������i  1 f-iidiesyUudei-vests, splendid quality,, short  and luiiii- sloeves '.-       " t*  ���������35c. EACH, a-PAIRS FOR. A DOLLAR  Ginghams���������lWa few days wo������ will offer  about: 4.00 yards in striped and plain green  Ginghams, regular values to 25c. and 30c.  ft yard, LK-ADER PRICE 12*c PISU YARD  Ladies'  ^Skirts  and''Tweeds,  simdl   sizes  ���������only.    Only a few left  ���������TO CLEAR'AT $2,95  /  To Employees'o.f Canadian 'Collieries ���������  (Dunsmuir) Limited.  lor a sne-  pe-  Uoiise'Dresses���������See our window  ciul lot of dresses at", ',  "HALF PRICE AND SOME LESS  MilliniM-y���������Must he"cleared put at   HALF  PRICE OR LESS..    Your chance to get a '  ���������  , ������ good hat, for very little.  I     Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns  >anyy Limited?  To Establish  British Army Ensemble  Tlie Ornish tinny eiisetnblc,  regular forces, h"ino and colonial,  including special rnsei'vo, is 107,-  8(18. Colonial.and native Indian  corps n tun her 8705; aiiny reserve  ���������1-,U5,000; special reserves, excluding regular establishment 78,  7M; Channel L-ilands-1-1(10; Malia  and Bermuda volunteers 2S9-1;  Pi'uish tei-rilo-in] forces 3l5,'lfJ8;  Islu ol Mar. volunleers 120; of"  floors training corps 100'J, The  home and colonial establishment  number 720,100; and the reo-ulnr'  Luces of the Indian establish men I  number 75.807 additional.  ������������������ ��������� --o-  Press Bureau  The United States department  'of iigriciilture gives tlio following  advice: "Keep etdtu, use the nation's credit and business staunch,  iii-ss lo the fullest extent; with"  lmld cotton from the innrkot and  give careful attention to ware-  house lacililies for Qniin.M  -<������>--  S. S, Uliurmoi*, commencing  August!), will arrive at Union  Ray al 5.U0 p. in. Wednesday  and Friday, and will leave Union  Hay, Thursday morning at S, und  on Friday at, 12 midnight. No  change.in Cowichiui'u schedule,  ��������� ���������Ortliliip" T!"',!t,.''<Vl     Jio<"  under  foUlil'iU,  O'P'l-'KilWtI    lit      YulWOilVVl,  for a bad Icnee. Wo hud hoped  that Hobble laid permanently re-  covered from his knee trouble,  Several of Iho betudi camping  fauiilicb afro exacted home this  wceNk.  The Weill;, u Victoria weekly.  Ii.-h iHiimunei'il that it lias discon-  liiiii'-d publicatKui, We regrel  tin-p���������������iug ������.f TI:<- Week; but   it  taltu- u..;.cj' tu ittjt  u ucwc-piiijer.  Loncioii.- Aug.' 7.-���������Winston  Churchill, today announced that  the British Govern men [,' had decided to establish a press v,btii-eau,  presided over by Mr. Frederick li.  Siuill), a member of Parliament,  and lroin this bureau it, to be issued ii supplied willi trust wort hy  information from both the admiralty and war office without, how.  ever, placing in danger tlie naval  and military inlwresJe of tho  country, In this way, he said,  the country, would be kepi truth,  fully informed of the state of affairs..  The lirst lord then paid u trib.  utiV'to the press for its restraint,  during the precautionary period,  when,'ho government was with-  oul any legal means ofoontrolling  it, This bus enabled iho author,  ities expeditiously and discreetly  to complete their preparations.  Jieferiing to tho diseoiiMirlmown- rumors spre.id by the papers,  Mr. Churchill said Ihey were  probably due lo the strict cens'ir.  shipprcvniliug and this caused  the papers  to    (ill    thuir culumns  M'jtll    ViMWiV'f      fi-niii       ' -.      i.    !H  j,. ��������� "��������� >A.j/\j. oiiii,:  U)U) livi'Voiie, px;..-vi(i.i mi (J(o  tfiMnl,  Owing to the grave, situation, which lias arisen in  Europe and the possibility that Canada may call for  ihe loyal support of the members of its Militia'and  Naval Reserves, we desire to notify'all of our Employees that those who-"are members of the .Militia  pr of the Naval Reserve and are called for service, of  those who may choose to enlist for service, have our  full and hearty approval, in doing so.  0  Employees so called; upon will please register to  that effect at the nearest office of this Company.  AH who, are so registered will be . re-instated in  their former positions when they-shall have, finished  their service to, their Country. . -   v  .(Signed.)    ' -  ,   CANADIAN COLLIERIES (DUNSMUIR) LiMiTfD  / By j. R. Lockard, Gen'l Supt.  Approved:��������� ';    -' "'-     ,> .   -  H.' S. Fleming, Chairman Executive Committee. \.  MACFARLANELBROS., LTD  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE  ILWi  'Mesi?s Sweaters, honeycomb knit'  *ty.  The Collifcry'Conipany 'lias re-,  ceived some good orders for coal.;  This is good news, and, we "hope  t!'."t h\'r uvders" v.'il! ccnt'.iM'.e tc  roll iu. . It .spells ..nioney, and  prosperity.    We nll-needit.'  ������M'H>er of Fifth street- and buns-  niuir. avenuoj It was'decided to  hn\'e tlie uiat'er ��������� attended   to ������at  :f,i4 ^~._  -T-he.logging.cauips ������.t Courted  Aid, Piirnhaiii moved, seconded  .. by AldiMacDonald, that the   lire  ay aro closing  down .  be bad for tbe Valley.  Th'V will  Robert liusbford 'and James  ,Ward, Dritish army rofcrvists residing here, expect lo bo summoned at any moment for active service at the seat of war. We, trust  that they will return to Cumberland victorious.  Kruser Mills, Aug, 1).���������Two  iundi'cd men were luid off at ihe  -birr mills on Saturday night nnd a  general reduction in wages of L0  pcr'-cent, bus become oflVctivi!  among all men rooeivin.i twodol-  ars jier day or over. In the olliee  staff a redttftiioii in wages of 20  per cent has been made. It. is  stated that next week a srill great-  or reduction among the two thousand, men employed will be made.  All wages of Orientals have been  reduced 2<"> cents a, day all around,  "men liiive-Hioexchifrivo-nscof the  Wire    Hull���������carried   by   casting  vote of the mayor, Aid. Uanks refusing to vote.  Council adjourned.  - .General Manager Lockard of  the Canadian Collieries, returned  from. Victoria on Sunday.   o-~���������������������������~  II, S. Fleming,' Chairman Executive Committee Canadian Col  lieries, was in town tins week.  l\ Acton, of   Hornby Island is  n town.  1'ostmaRter Parks has.   received  inc  kyijviJiiy.��������� '-i'jup-.nilueul   in]-  vises tlmt money order business  ban. been suspended with the Unit,  ed Kingdom and through count"  rfes, as well na all other countries  iu Kurope, until rates of c\-~  chungo are on a more permanent  basifi. Von will bo imtitied fully  l������y tuaii. Iii meantime di,continue iri-liliig uioia-y ordi-r; <k  above,"  MEETING_OF COUNCIL  The City Council  met in regu-  Iarsession  on   Monday   evening,  ���������'        i  therii   being-   present   Aldermen  -Miller,     Mitcln-ll,     MnelJuuuld,  liiuks, Piii'iiliiuit aud   the Alayor.  Minutes of previous nuajiing  were read and adopted.  Mayor reported that overdraft  ur-SeuiJO at Itovnl Uatik had been  paid," and that the bank would ,be  asked for a new loan.  Pll.l'l-      1-M..,.-(.,l(|l,l       l,nlf..,.nrt,.|v   I",  ���������^ -  J--1 v ,u    j* "j ���������*  ::;uhj!uI >ilnU;n,i-ul,  Thu Mayor and Clerk wore authorized to arrange with the l������o\.  nl Hank for a loan of $1000, to]  pay school and civic salaries.  I). Ait ken's tender of Sfi.'J.ot)  for painting Council Chamber and  Mtigistralc.'s Olliee was accepted,  Ids being the lowest. The w������rk  will bo Hitbjeet to the approv.-d ol  the Hoard of Works,  Aid. Mitchell drew   the   alien*  tioii'd'the Council   to   the   f.u-i,  but '.he p.-o)i)ist-1 Ihl-i   aii-l   b-i  youth Wellington was almost  completely wiped out by a. luish  fire this week, sixty-five houses  being destroyed.  The following telegram was  received heic by Len Chtw-  thorne, from .foe Naylqr, who is  in Victoria; ''General situation  favorable. Notify men no vote  ou general strike."  Men's, Heavy Raincoats, all siaes  ���������'   Better lvalue Than Ever/'  R'S' GOODS . .  ft?  1  Men's Pit Boots without nails     ���������    ������2.75 and $3.00  Men's Pit Boots, nailed    - . ������3.75"and S4.50  Men's Aquapellft or **Tin Pants" '    '   $3.25  ",. ., SPECIALS . ���������.  ���������  Men's Low Shoes,'values', to $600  ���������-^ THis wsak only, $3'i7.5  %  .8  f  (5)  i  <5>.  l$>  9  (���������:  -  &  Q'  (J)  Xaaiesniaincoals. 3 only, sizes 36 "to 38, S15y.1l.  -  To clear at $5.75  4 ������v������>vaMScuvur3cAas^^xt^.j:iL-VA������uw������Dr������  Special "Bargains  in ��������� All  Lines  a^j������ttu������y.w<i���������i-.-in -in; T.naufcia mjuata ���������n*������  MacFarlane Sros., limited  THE CORNER STORE     ,    CUMBERLAND  P. O. Box IOO  A*lUM,MkM������������W.IMtM������WMlwU|mlnaa|  Uf * W������IW ������MI ���������  ' Giace Methodist   church Sun  ihiy  school   held   their  annual  picnic tit Roystou on Tuesday.  The''lid," as far ns reliable  war news is concerned, is ou  tight till right.  When you buy a  pair of Mac  far la nc Bros,   "tin   panis,'1   you  will   have t(/ yet thctn to'thunv  in a can opener with tlieiu,  J. Ilalliday, baker, has recently purchased an auto delivery  van. This is the first auto of  the kind owned iii Cunibeihiud.  Mr. Ilalliday is up-to dale  O. II. b'eehuer, of Cotiitenay,  was  iu   town   ou   Wednesday.  4 Keck" appears lo be as   happy  as a clam, despite the hard times  and the war with Germany,  ....       ..���������������������������������  ��������� The whole British Umpire is  anxiously awaking news oi battle on sea nud land.  Canada is responding nobly to  the cal'l of the Motherland.  She is worthy of the best that  her sous can give her. May victory perch upon her banner, for  she .stands for the right.  1'roni August rGtli" to Sept.  13II1. there will be no Sabbath  services in (Jrace Methodist������  chinch, for either public wor- '  ship or bible study. The '���������lumbers' of the congregation will  please attend the union services  mi the J'i'esbvtetiaii church.  Mr. Kenneth Stewaid, son of  Mr. Duncan Stewart. Vmicuir  vet', ami a forniei lesident ot'this  city, is iu town. Mr. Stewart  is a druggist.  ,H'*M~H",I"HmI*'M'������K������M  i  vJ������  1  J.***  'V  \  ./������������������  s*  7  t  "He  X  CAMP   B   E   L   L   S  SPEOIALS   THIS   VTVXK  Croso-bar, : Btri]it'il nnd  Spot   MnnlinH,   Colored,   Btriiiuil   and  tfuncy Mimlins nt lfl conts jn-r j������rd  LadicB'n KiBBoc' nml Chilitmn'a Sumniur Dndnrv/unr i'rnin 15c un  Vnncy Stripod OIihIIicb nt 2tt ccntn pnr ynrd  Ladioa1 All Wool ('iiF.lim������>rn ITotn, in Tan nnd Dltiok  nt Thr.'o Pair for Ono Dollar  *\.  ���������v.  X  ri.,  - "*^-*-* -v ���������-  \ illfiWl w\\\\  \H)\, 111*1*11    liiiK'^'O     f������*   - -*��������������� t  I J !  i  i  i  s  \  'K.  C    A    i\I    V   U   li   L   L    S  .>  *  x  j     l>lM"l������i-\-M>M^^ 1!   .  THE NEWS. 'CTJJ1BT3T1T;AND.'B.-C   1,..  /  ./  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  ed entrance of the polico headquarters. It turned sharply to the left,  over Westminster Hridge. Ou the. Survey side it- stopped; ' the pursuers  icarne up as its occupant stepped out  quickly and reached ihe broad flight ot  stairs which led down to the river.  "We've got him," said  Holder.'  He ran down the steps after, the little figure, reached tlio broad wide  lauding, and halted, For at tho hot-  torn of the steps, clear to be seen' in  Uie.bright light of a bridge lamp, was  Verity Oomstock Bell; behind her a  skiff with two men seated In it."  "I think you had better go back,'Mr.  Holder " so,, end.  She held an automatic pistol carelessly lu both hands as a woman  holds a closed fan.  "Aud -I think," she added, "it would  be .wise ot you if you made every effort to undo the mischief you iiave  worked by associating my husband  with your wicked work."  K  ce  p  it handy on  your desk  DESK WORK  EXACTS PENALTIES  Liver nnd Bowel* *loiv down.  To������������ them up with  Effer-.  vesceiti  mis  0*  A Debt  Discharged  ll  "By Edgar Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co,;   Limited  H   Lender, Melbourne ind  Toronto  (Continued)  "You fool." lie said, "do yon want  tbe whole of London al your heels?  . After him."  He went down the steps quickly; as  ho reached the ground lie heard tho  click of a, lock and saw the door opened by tlio small cloaked figure. 31c  stopped mid shouted. .Up ran across  The intervening space, only to have  the door slammed ia his face. '  "Have you got n0koy'i"  Brown fumbled ir his pocket, produced the Key, inserted it in the lock  with a shaking hand, and opeued ihe  door.  The two men gained the street'and  looked up ami down. Itchier caught a  glimpse ot the llec-ins, figure of the  eaves-droppu' as ���������'lie passed under the  lamp.  "It's a boy," be said, "we've got to  get him, run!"  The figure disappeared round a, corner and the two men splinted after  It. They turned the cornel1, they were  in another long street. J-'Jnlf. way  down, drawn up beside the pavement,  "was a motor car. Their quarry leapt  into it and; Uie car moved'on.  '" "Quick," said Holder, "my own car  is at/ the end of ibis street.."        '     .  ���������lie ran at top speed, found bis car  ���������waiting, had breath to gasp a few di-  _X������������tiQnSj_foi- _he_ \vas_Lip't"'\n athletic  man and unused to violent exiM-cisc,  ������nd then jumped 'in, followed by  Brown.   ,    "���������   ���������  lie took some time lo 'recover his  breath.  "It's Junky," he said, "my car was  .waiting;   we'll  be able  to  track our  young "friend."  '  "Do you. think h������ heard anything?"  "i'mceniiin lu did,'''said Holder;  "bo was on the landing oaiside the  door."  "What could he h.xve heard?" asked  Drown.  "The fact that, ho was listening is  Fufficient for me," said Holder, grimly-  He let. down the front window  vlik-h separated them from tho ,ehaf-  fenr. I  "Are you keeping the car in sight?"1  he said. ��������� ;  "Yes, sir," said' Uie man, "it was'  held up by a block of truffle near Ald-i  gate. j  Tlio  car passed  through  the  city,1  down Queen Victoria street, along the  Embankment.  Holder's heart beat faster as they  approached the Westminster  ond  of  the  great lioulevarde.    On  tho right.  was n big block of buildings, famous  (tho world o\er. ,(  "If ho goe-i into Rrollnnd Yard," he  Riild, "we've got to skip, and tinir.-kly.  Tho oar did not. drho into tho arch-  P.IIAPTKII XV.  The Message of the Bill ,  On the Mlh of July, 191--, the cashier employed in Cook's Paris Office in  the   I'laco   de   I'Opcra   received   live  French  notes  of a  thousand  francs,  and eight American notes for a hundred   dollars   with   the  request  that  they  might be changed  Into English  . currency. !  I He counted th-.nu carefully, made  j certain calculation, on a piece of serib-  jbling paper, and drew from a wallet  jbeneath tho counter the requisite  j number of Knglish banknotes to make  | the exchange. It, was necessary to  add two sovereigns, n fow shillings  and two or three pence to make up  tlio amount.  Hue placed the English money on  the counter before him, and again  counted the French and American  paper, and then be saw, for the-first  time, that the words "Banque Nation-  ale" were uot the precise shade of  violet to which his skilled eyes were  accustomed. This was only on one of  the notes. He compared the minus-violet note with it's fellows, and was more  than over.convinced that something  was wrong.  Before ho moved any further in the  matter be examined the American  notes carefully. They did not differ  in any respect from ono another, but  to make absolutely su;-e he took a  hundred dollar bill from his deposit  and compared it .and again found  there was just the slightest shade of  difference.  Now the peculiarity ot banknotes  printed in France is that they do not  retain the exact shade in which tlioy  are printed. A. week after printing,  and before they are issued,-.they mellow to an indefinable extant.  Tlie cashier at Cook's pushed a little bell beneath the counter and .the  middle-aged gentl"man..who was waiting impatietnly for his change suddenly found himself'with a detective  on either side.   ' .     " ��������� ,  "Would Monsieur \>3 good enough to  step into the manager's office?"  25c.  stores  ������nd  COc. at  Take Abbey  si!  druggists  and  Vita Tablets for  Sick Nerves.  Street Traffic in Old Time London  On Jan. li), iGo5, an attempt ..was  mado to solve the problem of Loudon  traffic by restricting the number of  hackney coaches. Charles 1. issued a  /proclamation setting out that "hackney coaches are not only a great'disturbance to his majesty, his dearest  consort, tho queen, the nobility and  others of place and degree in their  passage through .tlio streets, but" the  streets themselves aro so pestered and  the pavements so broken up that tho  common passage is thereby hindered  and made dangerous, and the prices'  of hay, provender, etc., thereby made  exceedingly- dear. Wherefore we expressly command arid forbid that no  hackney coaches or hired carriages bo  used or suffered in London, Westminster'or tho suburbs thereof! except  they be to travel three miles out of  tho same. -��������� Ami also that no person  shall go in a coa.m'through tho said  streets except tho owner of the coach  shall constantly keep up four'able  horses.for our service when required."  too voluble ftu his safety.  Gold left him to go to tho 'chief  detective's office to inspect tho notes.  The little dossier wits handed to him  and he examined the bills carefully.  When he had finished he returned  them. V  "There Is no doubt at all," he said;  "these, are very clever forgeries. Will  you let me see the man's belongings?"  They "wen? in the adjoining room,  labelled and ticketed.  "All tho documents," said tho  French detective, "are altogether.  "Would you like- to see them?"  ' Gold nodded1, vand a' number of papers were spread oil the' table befo-e  him.    .  They wore Cor'the most part, of an  ordinary character, notes of credit for  small amounts, letters of introduction  to consuls and ministers, signed by  fairly well known men in New York.  To those Gold attached little importance, knowing tho ease with which  such letters 'could  be obtained:  There was a notebook with a number of entries. These mainly related  to hotels and pensions. More important,'was a list of firms which Gold  knew Avere pla/i-e, Avhere money could  bo"'Chanj;f.������. "'"        }  'To be Continued) ���������'  $88Sfr  POFF05  Eng-  ���������'plain  From Head to Foot, Itched and  Burned, Disfiguring, Face and  Arms Worst. Cuticura Soap and  Cuticura Ointment Cured.  Li-pcro Conirr, Monet on, N". 11.��������� "AVhcn  my baby villi llvn months old ho hint u i-hMi  vliloli used to troublo lilm u.''.v inix-li, Tlm  nihil \\ns n-i.v bint niut Im  vim I'.ovcml from brad to  foot. 1 rut no iv'tO day  or nlulit.nlili him. It  Mould Itrh nnd burn CO  much tlml bo mi'd to  M-iau.-h till lm u,-(d u '  IwluK tlm blood nnd then  It would Uh a lull uii.lti ;y  IoioaiIiIcIi di>.(li;iij-<;d him.  Th<i ������ nrf r un*.bls f.n-c nn,| nrm������.  "1 Irliiltt tiiiod iii(iii> dll'miii h-'ilw-.s nod  norms bin. lo no um>: ho noi no inner. Hut  utter a whilo 1 tiimiRht I miuM irj Cuticura  ������'' ;it. rn i' f\i|.,riMipt iiml twiil (int.. !.<t,i t|-i ,n  iwo Or (I'm- liiiifN ������lii-ii I Mur AKK-ut.HjfiDRo,  '1 lie t.oiih uni'ii up nun (-unit! ol* ;out In; \\������tt  rum!." <MKiifil) Ma. tiiwto J-'rt-ncli,  May :*r,, l!n:i. /  I'lir iilrntili'v ar.il hlncliliritil' tlm rnlliiulng  1* n most circi'il v e i nil c ronnnili-nl 11 cut nn-nt:  *;<-ntlv munr tin-' tii't.-tfil \>wi* >������iili ''otl-  Cuni UJIltlillllt, on Il.o I nil ol tlio III>/;(,", out  ilo not rub. \A;i>h oil tho Ciitloma. ������'lnt-  nit'iit In tlvo minim s \\ lib ('ill Iriiru Heap .-nid  but iMUrrni'.ilronUniK! Iml lilri|;fo:-',oii](;tinii-  iiIrs. 'Ihla tiTMwriit in liHit on (Writ; ������uid  rfllrlnR. At ottur times u������c Cutli'iira Soup  frfrly'ortliololln nr.db;,ili, toafstit hiprt'-  vr'irB fnftaniri'.-L'lor, I-Imi!'.') .*itr| il..i--  j-lni: of tlio (KircK. t-'iitJi-ufii )-.i-'(ii soil������<int*  mfnl nrtmold n-inwlirrr, 1 m-������ III., r;,I frit,  ���������ample of ������M;, wl'b :i'-'-p. i-'-'-i.. uru r*"*^  rard to r������tcr Drtcifte. Corj),, ptpu  V, ixttcD, r. s. a.  JIo1isieiir(jia(nTiTTf^sn!cn.'vTTt.'c^im*vT  iho manager's office, lie s"poke very  loudly with a distinct American accent, anct turned to walk from-- the  offices. This Avas a false move on his  part, because no sano man, boAveycr  annoyed hr ��������� might bo with ' moneychangers, would ever think of abandoning Uj-his picnic four bank notes for  a thousand francs each, and five American hundred dollar bills.  The persuasive touch on either arm  became.a firm grip. To tho scandal-of  the other clients of that distinguished  firm ho was hustled into a side room  and the door was locked. A quarter  of an .hour later he left by a side entrance in the custody of t^'o detectives.  Gold, who at tliat moment was engaged in securing the- documents necessary for tbe search of Holder's fiat,  left by the lirst available (rain rot-  Paris.  A chief of tho defective department  met him at the Gave du Xonl, and they  drove together to the Prefecture; on  iho way, the officer explained many  points which if. had boon deemed inexpedient to embody in the telegram  which summoned tho American to  Paris.  "We aro not quite certain about tin;  American notes," ho unid; "ihero Is  no doubt Avhiitcvcr that tho French  notes aro very clover forgeries. Tlie  man wo have is tin American; ho i.r-  rived at Havre last Saturday with let-  tors of Introduction to various American ministers in Kurope, IC it wero  not for his aiiNicly to escape, wo  should regard him ns tho innocent  victim of somo clever forgers."  "What Is Ills Viaiiie'.'" asked Gold.  "Hchrlnrr," Paid (bo othor. "Ho  says ho iri .". Now York hardware mor-  rh'.itil, on a holiday in Paris. The .New  York jiollfi'i havo trm.'cd him; ho  bor-ps u rtmall storo in tho oast side,  and tlioy nay Unit ho is travelling in  a niiii-h bolter state than n iniiii of  bis clrciiuiHtiiiicoH ootild afford. We  liiiM1 soai'iliiil his baggage."  "And havo yon found anything'.'"  iitikod Hold.  "Noihlng piu-tlciiliirly BUHi'M'loiiH,"  siild the nt In r, with pomp hesitation,  "though there lira one or two poinds  which ri'ipili-i' ti llltlo ixplaiitilloii,  \V<> should l!l*e to t'o������ him tlrnt, I  might iniy Hint  bo hrm ulromly ciini-  Editor For a Day --���������  When Lord Korthcliffe, the  lish publisher and peer, was  Mr. Harwsworth, Joseph Pulitzer permitted him to be. editor of the New  York World for one day in order to  exemplify the Harmsworlh contention  that the New York papers aro too big.  The tabloid "World, famous-iu-newspaper circles, was tho result  Harmsworth called the staff into  consultation. Henry NT. Gary, then  news editor, suggested as a joke that  all members of the staff should appear that night in0full evening, regalia.  Everybody consented with one exception���������one man refused. Harmsyorth  .came���������doKui���������in_a_s.iLck_.suit. _ H_e_^was  astonished at the display of evening  suits and sniffed the mothball smell  from afar. He asked mildly whether  the World editors and reporters appeared thus (.'lad as a usual thing,;and  was solemnly assured they did. "T'ifli  tliion���������one man refused. Harmsworth  was the editor who would not fall in  with tho joke.  Also, the only,man Harmsworth took  back to Kngland.. wi'.h , him ' was Uio  mau who was clad liko himself.--Sat-  unify Evening Post.1  Paris Has Chinese Peril  A Paris despatch:  ���������The press is complaining of the  harm done to the city, IJs people, its  repntntion and its growth by a new  "Chinese peril." Ono journal,which  notes in this connection that since  January (hero have been in'Paris 100  conventions of "international swindlers, hotel rats and similar vermin,"  desclrbes the establishment ot a toe-  lory in the suburb of Colombos lor tho  production from tho oriental vegetable "soja," or soy, of such merchandise as soup, bread, flour, preserves,  candies and even intoxicating drinks.  Another journal calls attention . to  a Chinese restaurant in the studio  quarter of ��������� Montpariinsse, whore  weird, noxious and costly dishes are  served to French people who exchange  tho old established European' knives  and forks for unmanageable - chopsticks.  ; In the Latin quarter, it appears,  there isa paper in Chinese characters,  with a surprisingly large circulation.  In a factory in Normandy there are  fifty Chinese silk workers who toil for  Ioav wages.  Ono of tho most striking sights at  present on the Paris' boulevards is  that of Chinese children begging before the cafes, selling cheap toys, tossing balls or knives, or, amid floods  of tears, pretending that they are  lost. "The authorities recently waged-  a successful ��������� war ou the plague of  ���������gypsies in France; hoav they arc asked to take measures to chock the  plague of Chinese beggars.  Fragrance  When you open a tin of Red Rose  Coffee, you will surely be pleased  with its unusual fragrance, and  you will note particularly the  small, even grains, free of the  yellow flake or chaff which you have always  been accustomed to see in the ground coffee  you have used. This is the result of our new  crushing process. The small grains settle quickly,  so the coffee is never muddy, but always ..bright and  clear. "You will be convinced before you taste it,  that it is a coffee of unusual quality.    !���������  1  m  Red Rose Coffee  -Ci.  Where Class Didn't Count  A young woman from abroad wf.B  starling her conquest of t.ho country  by entering domestic service with a,  haughty east end family. She had an  afternoon off and put on her linc-st  (incry and paraded, down tho street  with another domestic. As they were  walking along, talking of this and  that, comparing experiences aud notes  and other such things, the companion  said:  "Look, Norah! There's the woman  you work for on the other side of tho  street!"  "Heavens, Maggie'. I hope see do.i't  see me!"       ' '  "Why?... Aro vou afraid av yer  boss?"  "No, yer fool.   But it would be just  like her to see this hat an', go-an' get1  one just like It!"  Certain Relief  froth headaches, dull feelings, and  fatiguo of biliousness, comes quickly  ���������and permanent improvement in  bodily condition' follows���������after your  stomach, liver and bowels havo  been    toned    and   regulated   by  BEECHAMS  PILLS  Sold everywhere.   Ia haxti, 25 coaU.  A  Woman's,, Way  Bachelor Caller���������My dear fellow, I  thought your wife had forgiven you  and promised to forget it? -  Husband���������So she has. my boy. But  she didn't promise to" let me forget  she's forgiven me.���������Exchange.  ."Didn't you.find it.rather cold as the  thieves  wero making off with,   your  TiotiresT' : ���������;������������������  "Oh, no. "They kept me well covered with their revolvers."���������Princeton  Tiger.  "Poetic   Imitation  Stranger (after being ruthlessly butchered by rural barber for five niin-  utes)���������Are you interested in poetry?  Barber (astonished)���������Xo, sir.  Stranger���������Indeed, 1 thought that  you might be trying to give an imitation of the "Man. Willi tbe Hoe."  With His Whole Soul *  "It my hens get into-your garden  wliy don't you shoo them out?"  "I'll ib more than shoot them  I'll boot their owner."  out;  Minard's  cians.  Liniment   used   by   Physl.  None. Perfect  There' is a waiter in a certain  boarding house in Cleveland -nlio ba.s  a keen sense of humor and is quick  at repartee.  Th3 other day one of the female  boarders, who is blessed with, a healthy appetite, took two pieces of cake  at once when the dish was passed to  her. Then she Hashed her most winning smile on tho waiter and said:  "I suppose 1 am" a perfect, pig."  The1 Wedding Present A  Young Bride (after placing the new  vaso aloft)���������1 suppose there's uo fear  of it falling?  Groom���������You* mean,  no  hope.���������The  Tatler. ������������������  Minard's  Friend..'  -Iniment    Lumberman'*  Divided Opinion  "Are you really going to marry Harold?"    ...  "I don't know what to say. All th*  girls.in my class read his letters."  .  "Well?" .      ' ��������� " "  "Eighteen, of them think him a dear,'  and nineteen say he's -a dub."���������Washington Herald.  Ho   did.not  laugi;;    iJut  baik at .her with-tlie quiet  ,LNtJHB���������of~ruir'"is���������perfect:���������  he  cimc  auswei  "Your boy has all sorts ;of 'athletic  training." ,  "Yes,"'replied Farmer Corntossel,  "But there's cue line'o' physical cul������  ture ho has mitsed. I wish I could  send him to some'gymnasium where  he could lea,rn to swing a scythe without looking like ho was goi'to cut off  both his feet."���������Washington Star.    v'  Ith   (bo  i'.iriH." *  'Ml;   be  Amei'h'iiii   AI li  the  mli-  it be  W- N   U. 100G  iiiiiiih-ntcd   w  bnMuiilor hi  (told  nod .'; d;   be .know    that  A in'Than abminl, whether Iip for  lkmaii'e or crooK, l<<fit littlti timo  wero  In   (liiiibln  bol'oro  lie  forgnn  tu  (llmurli tho :'cH of bis countiy's ivpiv-  Sl'lltlttiVf.  Tlm mnn b.-itl not boon placed In a  cell,   (job! found him in a little ofi'leH  ' , '-   i 1 i.'    i... i   i.-,������ i  u*   "���������'   i          ,  ttinvil Into n temporary loilnmr-nt. Ili>|  was Hitting writing    furloiiHly    wn-.-iii  tJohl  ciitert d,    The  detective  nn>'  iii  li.au iif middle- fofight, grey-halri-il and '  will-ihcii'Vil.    lf.o wafi probably ubimt  tli'ty Miii"-, of Ago, hard featured, und  i        ' i...... .��������� ..., .,,,...������������������ ������������������-it,.*  "How do j mi do':" said Gold, and of-  fi I'd hfft band.  Tbr- hand ''��������� old grasped was a rough  oik''. it was ti<'t tlm band of wealth it  of une wli.) bad Kpept nitirli of his llff'  in i a o. Morcowr, tlu-ro wa.s u certain lu filiation In iho rrnpoiiMi which  ((���������Id l!ie .* nii-ric-iin (bat tin* piiROM-r  whs put out ntmd to Kui'ial Inter-  Miiui-n, .did lb*, bibf cui;v(ti';;,itlon  .wi'iih dold Lad villi him rduflrnierl  li.is \i<w. Tin' man was a puppet.  11- m;.r a tough, too. fluid Judged  ibis much from h!s wealth of lanr>  v<<������- ���������    1H-'   "i.r> cxhuuL;i\r-]y   voluble,  ;iHend of Construction Department ���������'  Air'American has been chosen by  the Canadian Paci/io to bead the no-  parlmeni. of building construction, D.  II. iMapes, for.ille past two years connected with the Canadian Pacific, but  engaged for twenty-two years in building construction work, and formerly  vice-president of the .1. V. Sohnfor, ,lr.  and Co., of .Tl-w Yokr Cty, ono or iho  largo constructor) llrms of. tho country,  is appointed superintendent of building  construction. He succeeds 1<\ U J31-  lingwood, resigned. This is one of iho  very important posts on tlio railway,  an tho company builds itR own hotola  and talic-s a vital part in the. construction of its railway stnlions. Thero are  under construction at the present time',  about a dozen now buildings for Ihe  railway as "ell an several largo jobs  of remodelling an-!, repairing. All of  this vast work' will conic under the  direction of nn American. Tho company is noted for Kg recognition of  tlio merits of tho American in tho \'ur-.  Ions di.purtmer.ts of Its organization.  Sir Thomas SbaiiglinoRsy, iho pivul-  iiont, is mi American, avIio, about thirty years ago, camo to Canada to assist  Sir William Van Homo, another American, In (ho i-oiisti'irctlot! of Iho Canadian I'lifllie, now Die largest tcanscoii-  tliiuulirt company In the world.  Ranching Regulatlono  Iu future, the maximum area In  Manitoba, SiisKHtcbowau or Alborta  granted under lease to any one jioi-hoii  for ranching purp.Bf'si, will bo ono-hnlf  township, or eighteen secllonn of l! 10  ai'i'es cHt'fo, a total of iIommi iIkhisiuhI  live liuiidrnl and tw.rtiiy nerei'.. Ap|;ll-  ciitluii!'. for gi-ii/.liig ))(i-initH on any  liutil will only be gialili'd urtei- Inspection lo (Uin'mim- ulu-ther Iho land In  (lUchllon is grazing or agricultural.  Where tlio f.iniurs adjoining gni/.Ing  Innd fMii'fhu their desire Unit tii'm bo  relion.-il in- a i-ommoiia for all id uh������  for their sloe'/, no W-cho will bo granted. I/.h-'m'B in ii ni I'l'iico tbe area ilicy  obtain undi r b hhi-. LoiiBv-sj will bo  grainui fur n.-n years, bin. (Muting  disturbed until ox-  Miss Wyse���������And I may really keep  this photograph of you, Mr. Simpkins?  Simpkins (liattereil)��������� Delighted. I'm  sure!  Miss "Wyse (later, to her maid)���������  Marie,"lrtke this photograph and when-  o\'er tho original of it calls, tell him  I'm not In,���������Boston Transcript.  "Thomas," said the mother, severely,  "someone has taken a big piece of ginger cake out of the pantry."  Tommy blushed guiltily.  "Oh,jfommy," sho exclaimed;'  not, think it was in you!"  '.'It ain't, all," replied Tommy  of. it's in Elsie."���������Tit-Bits.  'I did  'art  PRESIDENT  SiSPiKBtR  tt  -thl������  Worth the Troublex ..'���������  Clara���������Isn't it perfectly.lovely-  higher' education of women?  Dora���������Why?  Clara���������The paper, says ������0 per cclL  of college graduates get married.���������  New York Weekly.  The Apple of Discord  At tho marriage of Thetis and Pe-  Icuh, where all tho gods and goddesses  met together, Discord threw ou tlio table a "golden .apple" for "the most  beautiful." dimo, Minerva and Venus  put In (.heir scpi'ti'fitfi claims and, not  boing dblo to sottlo the point, referred  the matte: to Paris, who gave Judgment .to Venus. TIiIb brought on lilm  tlio vongoanco of .'luno and Mtnenn,  to wl|oso skill in aUrlbtued the fall of  Troy/,  Mr.  W'aybticli���������Ho yew  tho w,������it������>r?  Waltor---Yf.H, nub.  Mr. Waybaek���������View yew know, I've  foi'cii a-wondcrln' all along why tlioy  ���������ulloil thoso places chop houses. I  know now. Will you plfiiHo bring mo  mi nxo?   1 want, to cut this btrak,  "You fdiotildn't treat your boy eo  hiu-wlily; you'll break his splilt."  "Well, he'll, probably got married  Homoiluy, and bo might, nn well hn\o  it. broken now."���������Penny Magazine.  Young Hrkle���������Who does the liotiec  hoeplng7  Hit Compiinlon���������Oh. wo tnke turns  forget ting to do li.--Ex������.liniii;e.  li-llMh   '..ill  pi rat Ion.  l.i-MII ���������  i ,     : ,'  i.ol b'.  <.,;.' In  ROSY AND PLUMH  Good Health  From Right Food  . < <<WH I U   ill  i :���������"'.(' (��������������������������� \\  "beep  fur wuy (1:1 ;y {utok Thlrty-tbieo  pi-r i'1-iit. id ll'.i! r(<|Ull'i'(l  Htoek  lllliflt  \������:  plilK.ll  tl'i' lil>i >iar Oil (-jH.il Joilhl-'d  ni'i-ii giiiiitiil. Tlurio now icgiilntloiiii  are aliiN d to precipitate (lie dovolup-  -.1)1  \>\    V   i     i h.im;     t I. i.v in .1^.,    ,,,,     ,,i . ,,.,^    .).  poriiiiuun.y to it nun: of Ivvukoh, lirnd-  dltlon tin.' jiroiihior. of grazing for mix-  <-d farmi-i'ii has not boon overlooked,  while ������<���������; ������ fiiriber move towiird tlio  encounigi-tr.cht of j.toii; raising,  lioi'.U'rttoiidfrH may now fulill their du-  tlm In Vr-'-pIng cr.d inl-li!'/ Mock In-  i.t. Ml i.,'  Pri-alilng kii'-d.  "It'ii not. a new food to me." remarked a nun, In ppe.iklng of flr-ape-Ntitn.  i    "Alimit iwolvo montliK ago my w.fo  '"" '"'(wiiH in very bud tioiiliti, coulu not n  i������n,Miiiiig ou >i>  Pills of Attested Value.���������Parmolee's  Vegetable Pills are the result of careful study of tho properties of certain  roots and herbs, nod the action of such  as sedatives and laxatives on the digestive apparatus Tho success th1)  compounders have met with attests  the value of their work. These piila  havo been recognized for many yearn  as the best 'ileansera of the system  that can bo got. Their exoollor.ee waa  recognized from tho first and they  grow moro popular daily.  The Wonderful Aphis  Tho aphis is in- o"o way the most  startling or all forms of insect life,  for, although the females can and do  lay eggs, its-uBiml'method ot Increaso  In' by a sort of building process, the  voung growing on tlio bodies of the  parent exactly as brussela sprouts  grow out of Uio stalks of tho plant.  The old produce young at the rate of  twontv-ilvo a day, and as the young  aro at onco mnUiro each can produco  ils twonty-flvo.on the following dny.  It positively frightens ono to work  this multiplication out'to a conclublcn,  for ll. meanfi this: Supposing that tho  aphido could Increaso and multiply  wlJliout iiHorferenoo, llio twonly-ilfth  Ka,prat:oii would bo a number too long  to anot.0 boro. Put down a 1 and follow it wilh twenty-flight nnngiils and  you will bo w'thln a fow millions of it  No Asthma Remedy Like It���������Dr. J.  D. KoIIorr'h Atithinti Itomedy Ib (lis-  tlnctlv dlffoi'pnt from other RO-ctiUcd  remoiili'B. Woro this not ho It would  not. have continued its great work of  volli'f unltl known from ocenn to ocean  for Its wonderful viiluo. Knllogg'n, tho  foromoHt ���������nud befit, of all tinthmn renin-  (lion, Hlundfl upon a reputation rounded  In tho heartt! of i.houKiinds who have  l.tiuwii Uh ben.ollt  Tho Chicago' llpoord-llcralil loot  $400,000 in lrtltl, yet In many respects  it luifl boon for yoarn ono of the v?ry  befit newapapei-H lu its nectlon of the  counti-v. The Int-ii'-Ocoan Is to bn ruJi!  at auction. In Now Orloaiifl the Tlnn.R.  lVcniocriit iind tlio Plcayuno woro  rorcrd to unite, uh two morning pape.ru  would not bo (supported In iho torri-  i(,i.i' Tlm unmber of wrecks ln lour-  milium Vocontly Ifl fclgnllkinit of tho of-  l'l.-l'.l  01   UlO   Ilinll'I   v.O.-it uf  li< \Mi-.|',.pc-r  living.- Philadelphia Public Lulgcr.  Reversed  "Yes," remarked'the race,horse, "all  my achievements, have boon due simply to putting my best foot forwnrd."  ��������� "Yes," replied the mule, ."Now, I  find thnt I accomplish, most.by putting  my best' foot, backward."���������Philadelphia Press.  Willie's Share  Teacher���������A lady divided a pl������  among her four .children, John, Mary,  Jane and "WiUIo. John got one-half of  tho plo,' Mary ono-fotirth of It , and  Jane one-sixth.   What did Willie get?  Bright Bey���������Huh!   Willie gofftung.  AILING WOMEN  OF MIDDLE AGE  Mrt.DoucetteTelU of her Dii������  tressing Symptoms During  Change of Life and How  She Found Relief.  Martial Sarcasm  "Do vi'-.i know \ilifrc I mnld  gooil (<)'���������!<.' ioi; i.f fairy ti.l *?"'  "fi\,i-t-. I do.   Just apply to my  lai.d "   *"lrf!r.r.::t! r.nipilrer.  gi-t a  h IB  c-p  .- ti'.omx ���������!     T:.i  J������ ��������� Sir  tcommendod milk,   half wiiln-; but It  was not Fi'fflcluiitly vtoiirlshlni,'.  "A friend of nunc (old me uno day  to try Grapo-Nuu and cn-um. The Jesuit wuh reiilly 'iiui-i'i louc My MiTo  noon rcgiiincvi m r hmuh mii .ikih ,iiui  today In n������ rosy and plump ;.s i\brn  a gli'1 of slxtoen.  "Tlieno a\\~> philn f"ftH nnd noihlng  I could flay in p:nI.*o of Grape-Nuts  would exaggerate In the least thoAalue  of this gri-nt food."  N'anio given  by Cav.'.i'Hari    P<isfi>ni  Co., Windsor. Ont. Jt.inl "Tin  W'/'llvllb1." In pkgs.    "TUcri:'  son'"  Ever rc.i  one appears from time to time. Theyi  are flenulne, true, .ind full of human     ShP-Oh, George.  Interest- 'Ladles' Homo Journal.  Not In the  Mr, CyniB aveon-  "m')h.S (ii-emi   (l-oiidlng)-  ItiiHa ibmliour.  Mr. f!i-eon���������Hy RO������������!  cown, but. where Is Rohii  UlllUlH Nowh.  Picture  Molly,   what   Is  Uio f..>i.|l,-if������nn'1  ���������Coivh  after  I   F.I i)    tho  I3oiih������. iir?���������-  She���������No, ficorgo, I am afraid  Iloniltojnot niiin-y you.    I  a ltcn- IpoHirOi-sea a noble  lUtart i������ I'-'t ������������ll  I  at  Md the above letter?   A newlanii -norftr >J|,f-c,t'",  are from time to time. They     Ho���������Well, don t 1  can-  want, ii iii,iii M)ii>  ambition; whose  alidi.g noi.'.i.  l.I[.:h  wilnt you?  I am    j i.'  irfll���������  BelleTllle,"Nov������ Scotla,Can.-"Thra������  yenre n������o I was fiufTeriiiB badly witk  what tho doctori  called Clinnge of  Life. I was so bnd  that I Iind to stay in  bed. Some frlendi  toltlmototakoLydia  E. Plnkhnm's Vcge-  table Compound and  it htdpod mo from  Die first. It in th������  only medicine I  took thnt did help  mo nnd I recommend  It. You don't know how thankful and  grateful t nm. I tfvo you permission  to publitdi what your good medicine lias .  donr formc"--Mra. SlMON Douoettb,  Belleville, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scolim,  Cnnada.  Kiu-li wnrnlnp: symptoms as senit ut  l������lTi.i������i:..:-.,hct flr.:he",ho������idnobe������l'bBeV.  wV������,d>ptul of impptidinK ovil, timidity,  soundii in tlio ears, pnlpitation of tha  heart, sparks before tho eyes, irregu*  larities, coiiKtipntion, variable appetitt,  weakness and inquietude, and dizziness,  are promptly liceded by intelligent women who aro approaching the period in  life whon woman's cent changa may  ho expected,  Lydia E. Pinkhaxn'i Vegetable Compound invigorates and strengthens the  female organism and builds up tho weakened norvoiifl syxtem. It has carried  many women saMy Utrough this crisia.  If you want special adtlcfl Trrltf U  Lydia K, Plnkham Mcdldno Co. (eoaflj  dfntlal) Lynn,Mam. Your lettarirlll  be opened, road ������** ������*rwcred by ������  woman, aud held In itrta coafldiiic*. *-t*���������.rV..i"i:iuUaj*+HX&U������2aimi,  ,l'-;'-  *������'  NOTICE is horoby givan Uct apph-  ,-cation will bi ������haaS"io tlio - Superintend-'  entof JPravinoial Police, Victoria for a  license.tosell lic/uor by wholesale upon-,  ���������tha piesniacs eituafccd on Xot-o\ Block ID,  ���������Oiu.barlaud Towrisito, Cumberland, B. C  (MALI ���������MUSSATL'O.Applkui.t.'  ^.tted this lat dn,y uf; October 11913.  M?^_M^?M^TO:,   SJMTSSH ���������0O3MHEBJl;  $  *^'V**lftC*^<JMS������������������-^^������������������www,  NOTICE .ia hereby giveattfaatou theflrst!  <d:iyofDjo:u'>ar .mix t .application will be  made to tho Suporintond������Mt of -Provii^ia],  Police, Victoria, for iho reuowal of tho hotel license to soil l^uors by i-etail in ttio  ������iotel kaowu us IhoLirno hole.', situated ot  Comux, iJ.C. Gbuuok M. JJaiuoW  DiUd October 1,1518.      '  -. NOTICE.is .hereby. given tliat on the.  ^irst-dayofllovoinber rii?!,}, application'"  *vill tie made to tlie; Superintendent o������  ������lrovincial .Police., for .a -renewal-of ihe  M-hj|e������alc liflu ,ir license upon the prem-  ������������cs'kncit\a������ as 'Lot 24,'Subsection -i, Nel-  ������oii District. ,     .  .llibsi-NKuniKiiwiNr, Company.  ���������D.itixl October 1st, 1913  -of British Columbia, Ltd.  -J  ..KGI'IOB-is  1mc% givun liiat.ontlw  <ir.t d.iy of Daoombm- ntwuipplicutoii^ iil!  ", -be made totliti Supo ltite nl>nt i'.f IVovin-  olid- Police, Vjotiiia1'i/.rau-.Ji������w.!U'!>fitho;  ���������ii������toi-Jivoufie to dell Jit^vi- ra l),:wtxil   in  tJ������������hotel-kopwu as -the, Union hotel, sit-.  ��������� uute at Ui.ini, ii cVJoek Nt. MtiLwon  -    l)n 1A tho letviny iff Uch>b-V, 1313  -���������     TIIE'S. S. COWiCEAN  WILL JSAU'AS .UMBER  '    ^QX-U-NIONlUT-NAKAritO-VANCOUviii^karWB   '  Leaves Comox, -Sunday, 4 p. ui T^dav ������ x p m.  Leaves Umon Bay, Sunday, 5 p. ������i Tuesday, ������ o'clock, noon  i'or Deutnan island, Nanaimo a'iid Vancouver..  ftlfTXTRNINp-Leavre Vancouver, Saturday and Moudav, ��������� pm  l?ov NiiiiaitMo, Union Bay and Cotnox.  Subject to change without notice',  . N./riOli.ia hor by ijiv u   thai ou'tlipj  .first vlny of 1) oeinbor  next, ttpplicatoii will:  ��������� bo undo toihj Supui!t:������t������indcut of Pcivincial'  , Police, -Vioturin, for.tl.u ro.iew&t uf the li������-i  ������4l.licou������o to sell' liquors by  retail   La   thei  il Jl-el known an tho livta-aide hotel, Hituveei  I' Rt Courtoctty, H. C.        ���������<>. H.J/iuunhu  =10 .tod Ootoour 1,' IS! 3.  ; NOTICE ia nereby gia-eo that on the  first A iy of JX-eembur next iipplicaK.m w illf  be made to the Supci'iiieuilent.of. Pr-viii  dial Police, Vjj.turiu, for the tsanewid.of the!  tiotel Ifconstvto SvJl liquors by totailintlie!  Ciot.il know . as.tbe Wilson hotel, situated  at Uwon Bay 13X3, ,  Al.1T.KI) Rtl'KR IIORSK  Bated Qctdbei I, 1913.  NOTICE is lierel* giv'un  Wit on   the  . - 'first day of December mxt application will.;  fee mndato M10 &uperit:tend������':it o? Proyin [  c'uA I'o^ee, Victoria, for tliecoBcwul.tsf:,the!  Iioul licence 'o sell liqiid-B.ly rist-.nl ri t\u>\  .   bo el ku������A-n astk'vNeloeo bfttel, situve ''���������  ml.Union Bay, B.C."' 'Johs' FiUsviit.?  ,'., ,Date-l Ootoiwr Is;, KJ13. .  U10B1  ���������  J.J X.   HffieLEOD    . EiaaE'i&iEX'.  'or.  f!ffa[l * X BU^F������N <v,w,,y8^n *aP "S"8- th* fa������o������8 MILWAUKEE  BKh,RS���������Anhonser, Bobouoian, JSohltz, fee, "OLD GHEY BEA.RD"  SCOTCH WHISKY.      ; tet' Wines and Liquors of all kinds  .The-i!owAag*nd������-o(lglng������i-pi������rtinent. undorthe immediate e^ermtcodeaeo  -"- wtll-bv) rou; d First'clasa in ovory respect. ''  K.A.TEB,  ������1 00 per day and Up  CANCELATION OFRE-  mnv-v,. ���������    ��������� ��������� ..  NOTICE IS M-EREIST .GIVEN that  the reserve, the notice of .which appear-  '���������ii id ihe H. C. Gazette on'the 2:7th d.iy  ^ of lleoembcr, 1-907, is ^rmcdlcd in so far  j as it relaies to the   following   parcels of  land;-thcW. ������i toftlieS.  li.  1-4, the;  -S.'W. (-(��������� and the fj. < * of the   N.   W-'  y4������estof the tK-er in  Section ^; ilic S.  K. 1-4. tlie S. E..i!-4 of t|,c .-fj,   \\'%  j.4  ind the'N.' ������ H4 in Section 5:   the ,S.  i-i of the S. K. 1 4 in Section.fi; tucS J2.  1-4, the S. \V. j-4 ;.nd the K. <���������;  ������f (|,e  N. K t-4,in Scciion ������6, antl   the li. <->  of the S. E i-,| am! N, <-j in Section 21,  -'ill in Township 3, S,tyw.\td Disukt, and  ilie N. K. 1 ^ of the N'.' K,   1,4  i���������   vjar-  i'"n 3=; ihfi N K 1.4 Mif ihe S W 1 4 iiml  the \* W 1.4 andN 1-2 of the N K <-.i in  Sociion .33; illc n a.2 0f tlio   X  \V  1.4  and the N 1-2 of the N J2 1-4 in Section  ,'.4! .mil the S 1-2 and N  \V 1-4 of tho N  W 1-4 in Section 35,   all in 'Township 6,  Say ward District.  The said Linda will Ijcope'n for entry by  pic-emjrtion on Moncluy, the l&h day ol  May al the hour of 9 o'clock iiubc forenoon,- all applications to'ha made at the  office of the Government Agent; Vancouver.' No Prc-efnpiion .Record shall  include more than 40 acres, of land except incises where it is desirable lo include scaall fractional portions of legal  SubdiUwoni; information in winch con'  nection.mity.be obtained-from plans on  view at die abnuc mentioned Agency."  d*.A.JlEX\V10k  'Deputy Minister of .Lands.  Lands DepA'rtmciit, 47iotoriav,U. C,  Febru.iry iith   1914.  ���������wmmmxmsEsssEassss*  \ The Courtenay Hotel;  . E.very conwu'mnre -for R\Ks������t3.  .   ThoOentujl Hptd foe Sportsmen .  S^lone but tb* Uesi of Wipes and Liquors  at ihe Wax.  ���������  ���������' ' "    . ^   f'  ^ATKS.        REASONABLE  njchn Johnston,   Prop  C. H TARBELL  o  ���������mnwmwwMimwiMMwinNMWii  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami all KJTCHKN . .UTENSILS  Sporfsmens Goods  iutd  General Hardware  9 MADE m  rewers' ��������� oneq urasns  , B-etter, Cheaper' 'lhi.w .Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Miffing & fym Company, Ltd.  Distorters NANA5MO, B.C.  LIQUOti ACT 1910.  Section0 42. '    "  '1 '">  KOTfCE U~ hereby giver*   Hint  j<>ne       month from .      <ialc,  iipplicatiion. will bc mado to tlm  Superintendent'of. Provinv-ial pol  ice for a license ior the gale of  liquor by wholesale in and u,pon  -. .i������-|NtiiiTpjB-tn iri;i ivu"i ti���������1 ne~rowrr  of Oourtenay, B. -C, known and  ��������� described it's Lots 30 nnd 31, Sec-  liot.^Cl. ���������.'"���������,  Dated this loth" day of- April,  19 U.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  *,   - 'i  '   Oonrad Rrifel,  '   n   '   ' A(pplien-nt  I  CANCELLATION   QV RE  SERVE,  w������ Pure Food Insures  1 GOOD HEALTH  f  i Magic  B      Baking  *    Powder  \ Insures Pure Food.  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Out.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNEIr  NOTIOKIh Imwby given Hint  tho jiiirtnt'W'!w*p lierotoforo cxinUng  letwiieti .T0I111 Tbon^on nnd Airlli-  hi JU-nkiri viuiior tiio ljrrn niuno  <iml titylnof tin B,C (jar'igo, car"  rying on bti?inflBB ������t Cumbcrlnml,  }\, C , was on the 17tli day uf July,  11)14, duly djaeolvpil by mutiml  cuiiUMiit, Tlio Si. (.'. ViiuftKO ia imw  j'oluly owmid and will lioncefor b  bo Cfiridttclcil by John Thomson,  Alt lU'.bte ctai.ditiR provUiun to the  diitft ������-f dlneolDlion, ore payable to  Arihur PcnKwi.  tfatsd Auyact-i. 191 f,  IM\H������riijw.  NOTICE IS JlEUBur ^TV-  EN tlv&t the Reserve, ������������������& saothce of  which appeared ia <the SKrifisli  Columbia Gazette on the 27th  day <il! December, 1907; ia cancelled in so far as it relates lo  lauds covered by Expired Timber License No. 4203'5 and  known its. Lot No. 374, Say ward  District; aud that the said lauds  will be opened for staking for  prc-omptiou as uusurveyed lands  iu compliance with the provisions of the "Land Act" at 9,  o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday, August 11, 1914, For  further information apply lo the,  Government Agent, Vancouver,'  thtougli whoso office all applications must l>e made.  ll.  A.. Rknwick,  . Deputy Minister of Lauds.'  .Unfls   Department,   Victoria,  H. C, Jwne 10, 1914,  NOTICK.  Sflalud tondoi'fi will ho veeoived  by the Minister uf Liunls not lu  lui* than noon on Iho 7th day of  AugiiHt, 1014, for tho purcliuM) of  LicoiiPo X 2-U; to cut 498,000  ti'ot oi timber on an aiwt adjoin.  iiiR Lot 17-L, Littld Vnldoa Isiimd,  Saywanl Difitrict.   Ono year will  bo Allowed fur the unnoval of the  timber.  Fui'tliorixirtie.iiliirH of the Chief  Powwtor, ViiilorJn, H, 0,  ,, iSJJMMEU SCHEDULE.'  , Trains will arrive at Cuinbor-  iland frwn JJnion Itay nt S.HO on  Tuesday, Thursday and Sntnruay  ������w-etiiwgfi, anil .wiJl leave for Union  JjJny Wednesday and Friday at 7  ���������in the moruiiify, ami on Saturday  at-5.30 111 the evening, Thero is.'  no change in tho S. S. Cowiolmn  died tile.  iNTHK COUNTY .COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOLDEN A-T  SANA* MO,  IN THE MATTER -OF Henry:  Richardson Shulr*;, -decestjed, in'-  testate," late of Strandby^ Rupert  District, IJ, Ci ' ,.  ".      .     AND.,     -  IX THE M ATTE li uf the rOf.!-.  cial Adminifiirutoi'fi Act,"  TAKP NOTICE that .1������y op/  der of His Honor Juvl^e   Unr!:er..'  tnadu \m. the 10th day of  Jiint-  1034-,  I      was     appointed Ad-  tuiiMiftmtor   of  the Kstat^of.th'  above-iiK'iitioneil dwvasiid. and a I  partiot; hav"int> elaims agnii.st  ihr  said ePtatu ai<e Iwtvby  required ti..  fiirni?h same, properly veriliod, to-  tne 011  or before the 15th  day ol'  Julyr   HIM.'   AND     all    pur-  ties iudobled to said, estate, arc re.:'  quired to piiy the aiuouHt of llmii.t  iiiiiebtediicss to mo  forthwith.  Dated   1J1115-i-Otir <\ny of Junt  J0U.     -^-    '   * '���������>'__       '  W, \Vnsr.w W.u.LAiii),  ,  '     OIKcial. AdministratDr,  Ciinvbet'laiid, H. C.  oven <js "inwrur  V,1������',   -   Cap'-'STiGHTS &������������������"���������  <lulc;ly nscertfcln our ���������, -!(������������������.., Ho'.ih.Mtc- ..r.  nonsRfrL-tlrcoiil'ileii'!..!. ..,-vj.'. j'-.j;.^ ,'-:d".-','  tni.l- firo. OlOr,: aw.-T j,'.- < ���������ciins^vj.*  I'ulvyjUI tiiteil tlin,..:,-h K������w: A- Xo. t-COl". ���������  ������..j^nljwjf������, vuli jutmUw . ic (,������,.-. *'  .'.hini.rrael.- (Uul'lr Jwi vr^klr.   J f.a.-������ T,  t-ubllon 1,1 jviij v..-;jr..UilB;.ict..a;.   ���������iCV'.'A ���������tir  iii 1 ^?,$&&****,|.i������������R������]>n<poH.   wa s-,-  .MlfSeB������������������������e-;.Ji|fiwVcl'J;  ��������� ������<W *'^^K  ^-W,  CaZi  CANCELLATION   OF  RESERVE. .,  NOTICE ,IS HERERY GIV-  EN' that tho reserve of foreshore  and of the coal .under the sea  fronting 011 Nelson and New-,  castle Districts, notice of which'  appeared in tlie B. C. Gazette  ou the 6th day of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  it. A, Rli.NWJCK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  -Lands Department, ' Victoria,  B. C, 23rd June,. 1914. -  LAND REGISTRY   ACT.  _i!r_xr_rnr_T.T^_.njr^A_r^?ii.i_A_!.i t  NOTICE  Any person or perwins, eitttinrr,  ronioving or taking any . block's,  tinibor or wood, of any deseriptiodn  jolonginp; to tho WeUingtou Col-  dory Co''y.,, or from or off tlio hind  of the said,, Company, or iinyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's  land will be prosecuted to the full  oxifcontof the law.  J. II. LOOKAUn,  Cicnera! Mannsor,  Colliery Co,y.  NOTI<;e.  Uiiiiug nn locomotive and rail  way ciu'fl of the Union P-olliory  Oompany by any person jr jier-  wiiB���������except tain crow���������-i,; strictly  [irohii-'ted. Kni|)loyeeH rro sub-  'ec tocliwmifiHal for allowing nam-  By order  J.-K.  LOCKARI),  (ictieral Manage..  ,i  LOST OU STOLEN from No.  7 Depot, gonial bicycle, plated  rims, Btraight handlebar*; bach  wheel lian free wheel hub brake,  two patches on Dnnlop titv,'on  back wheel. No iiiuiigniird <iti  front wlieel. Information to ft,  Urenttiiill. No. H Mine, 01 to .Tm������.  Ward,  City J'oliec, Ciuiilicrliifid.  I Wood   Wood!  1       Wood       1  j| Now is tho time to place %  P V������tir onh'i- fnr SJwM-J }!;  (5i WOOD ������  U    S2,r������0...pej',doubleloMd    (���������>  ft   JS  I'roiii Ih  I Star Livery Stables I  ^8������������>������������@������&'������i������������4;S S<s-5  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  -  Section 42,  NOTICE is thoreby given that,  on the 1st day of -Decani ber next,  application will be made to tlie  Sujierinlondent of Provincial Police for lenewal of the hotel licence  to sell liquor by rot ail in the hotel  known as tne Malaej.iiia Holal,  .���������i'Uttte at Lund, in tho Province-of  British Columbia.  Da lei! this 8ih day of October,  1013,  Fit ED Til U LIN  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 3910.  Section -12.  NOTICE ia hoiehy given that,  on the 1st tiny 0; December next,,  ippliention will bc mad* to tho  tfupsrintoudent of I'rovincial Police for renosv.'il of tho hotel licence  to Bell liquor by tetail in the hotel  known as tho Willow* Hotel, pUij.  ale at Campbell River, in the Province of BriiitmColumbia,  Dated this 8th day of October,  11)13.  CHAIiLKS THULIN  Applicant  Implication.for ,������i fresh, CertificnU  of Title to Section 5 Comox  District.  ���������  NOTICE is hereby, given of  my intention at the expiration oi  one Calendar mouth from tbe  'first publication hereof to iss.ic^n  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Beecroft Ussher La-  con on the 3rd day of September  i8c)r, and numbered 12567 A,  which has been lost.  DATED at.the   Laud   Regis-  try Office, Victoria, D. C,   this.  23rd day of June 1914.  S, Y, Wootton  ,   Registrar General of Titles.  NOTFCF. TO CONTRACTOR?:  No. S MiKi-.'Sr.uoot.  SEfW.EJJ TJr.Xl.iKRS, siipc:-.r������ibcti  "Tfni'.o.r for N'o/S Mi-c S'-'iiool,''  Aill be 1 ck 1 veil Uy iiic ltunour.il-Ii! t)io  M''iiistiir������f J^uhlic Wo:!-.-; nu to'noi.u .->:"'  Tui'sltaj:, the icjili dv: c.t .\t;������y jr-:.j ;b:  the orcciion .ijkI wjuml-'^on  <���������? ���������< w-\<-  '.'Ollin SfhooMlOU1:': ;.l Nn.  ."   .-.". :i,o.   v  ir.~  Iierj.'ir.d.'in ihr-. Ccm<������- ".!<-..lorrvl l>i-..'w<..  i'l.in.'i,   sipK.f/j.-i'.uin',  -f.'f-nj' ;-"  tonus p< iciuier nwy \i(\ ������-.��������� p <iu an<i af-  t-r.    1 ho       :si      d.-.v      nt      Maj.,  1914.        at '     tlw     O'iilc c ������������������    11 ff  ..Mr. J. Uai������l,tjovcniiriC������i Ajjeni,   'Jun*-  berland, 13, C-  ,\|r.  A.  y. SUhiM-|;inil,  Secietary of tlie School Hoard,  Tunibei1- -  land;  ll.  C.;   iincl   the Di'pai line fit   of,  .Puijlic Wvirks, Victor.,1.  Uy applifsti.in 10 Uie, muteiri^no't.  contractors iii.iy ohuv-ii a copy of the  |j!ans and-specifications fwr tlie *um of  ten dollars .($.10), whicb v, ill be lefunded  on rot 11 niiiiy s.nnc in j;<*txl ordw.  Hack proiiosnl n^st be-nccmnpumefd  by an accented bank c!icv.|������e, or Cvirnfi-  cate ofdep'osit on ,\ chartered :banl; cf  Canada, laadc pay ibio 10 ibe 1 Ioi������r������ur-  aiile lilt' Miriistcr of I'ulSlkvU'orl.s, for ;u  ���������m.i <:t;ual'to in 1 ci cent of the .u-fi-.lcr ,  ���������\liiv.h shall br fn;-fc".tv'd if ihc.fwiiy teii'  dcrin^; decline !i: f-;iie; hnu ".���������onir.'w.t  .vlu-r.-callc?.-! upon'io do s;>, o; if, J.e  K������  ��������� "���������crrnTi/iv, rf*=  I \w i;hci|i\ps ;>! i:i;;iil; -ales' of dcp!isii"o!  unMiici'cSiliil Uindeicrs.wiil   ixi  rrimrrn-c  tu   then   v.pon   the   evecmion   of   th������; .  contiim-t.  Tcnc'cn will .not -be corn;'iced tiniess-  oiade out on tlie   iV.Vi-.n piijipli?-.;, fly^nci'  iwtti riw aojual nnn.iiitfe of ihe tenderer and -em-losod in ;!ii'. cnvcior'ctffarn-  islii-d   ������������������  The lawcst-oramy u-Vd^r, n;it .i:ecf->s;������  ily acrppred.  j., )l (ikirriTir,  Deputy Minister and J'iiUt \Vo;J.-.;,  Enyii.ecr; Depaiiment ofl'u'bli-,- \\\ii-ks,  Victorift, Ii. C,, April zX, 1 j 1 ,<���������  ���������.  iiiyG . ,' my ri ^  l'ttMbMWb.iin������<  KOTICK  finywnril T.iml  lHu'rinl  DiHt'ieL of Hnywnrif  TAKB NOTJCH  Unit Jiihtin D.irr n(  UlUior Vuldi'K Mnnil, H  (I, lemijiiuiiin,  LIQUOR  ACT, I9IO  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given thnt,  on the ninth day ol May next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial l\������-  lice for the granting of a license  for the sale uf liqiiur hy ict.iil in.  and upon the premises to he con  structed in accordance with the  plans and specifications to be tiled with the vSiiperintcudcnt ol  IMovincial Police, aud to he  known au the l'ier Hotel, and to  be situate at or near the govern  ment wharf at Roystou,. Nelson  District, British Columbia, upon  the lauds describe! ns Lots 20  aud 21 in Mock !C of the Subdivision of pari of sections ,j and  6 A.  Dated this 1st day   ol   April,  1914.  IL00K OUT!?  a for tl'n.' MHk wn������y}u  ��������� with tjie Gri-en 1'lox  I IfRKSH MILK Al^i)  $ FARM IMUTUi.-rK  ��������� Our Milk i,-; the p:'.-d"ct  ������ of lh������ 1-est Ked Cows  t      .   I'KHSIf    iillLK  ��������� Delivtred iiinrninpvS: .'\eiiinii  I I. 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I was thanking heuv-*  en I had done with him and had L-e-  S'tiu to settle myself to something else  which 1 iiMd-ylaid aside. I had hardly  worked at it Ink' an hour boforo I  heard a knock at the door, which I  recognized as thai of- my tenor.  "I.sprang up from my table-in such  a rage thai' as the mar: came into the  room I'Ilm.g myself upon the floor, as  they do on the stage" (here he, threw  up his' arms and gesticnalted in illustration . "but 1 fell upon my liari'dis.  When I got up 1 found I was' $at,  ami from that moment I have rejsiain-  vd so. The'doctor said I _injured the  nerve."  AGENTS' BIG MONEY MAKER  One rl/ill,-ii- boolf descr/jitloii "K.MI'CIO.SS  OK IKKI.AND." Host liimi; publtslir-il,  HMinpIo fi-i'f, be si tonus, frv.-lgbL palil.  eroilii ^ivon. Si-nd pc.it.iK'.- Ilf. Nichols,  Limited,   i'ubllsliei-H,   Toiuiit",  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If ytin (������-| (ji11 nf S'l'n , 'ki S jiu'.v-.' -������.u i Oir hi..' i* ,-  M H ' ll ln:)l UIINhV, r.i.MIUf'll. :. 1 I.VUl.S Ulnr \->hr.,  (':[K(ivu:'v)MKSi.N.,,n.r,i'|.;.,'..ti'i i.'vlp iKi>-i,f|i.|. s,  ..nn. f.jr FREE ii.'iiii iiui.M) mh>h:w. iiiiiii: u;i  Illi-S."   ill,l-,l'������.(   JI!-.!   -,'.'.),'. |>l. II' I  I.  (.1 .(,".->   i-fl,vtr,|   ),,'  TH R NEW FRENCH ITEMEDV. N������l N-2 N.J  THERAPION������ffi.  (lirr'nmlf l.ir I'ui-r v.w .' uiini'nt.  AI>-ul.iMy FUER  f...'111 ,.v |\ii i.i.��������� i:.n ., S'u ii'ili,',,!!,..!!.. 1.1,:, I.I Ci.i ,!i-  MKIl Hil.lm I ������!. l"i'r. Ilii.ll SMI-..I > Mi I.ijX|Iii,-,',Km,  *>    WVJii    111   CLUVif    I III. f< M*l'JS   Wll.(. Clltk.   TUU,  ���������"��������� When   Noah   Entered   the   Ark  March 17 was celebrated in the'mid-  7ll'vTli^5~aTrihrtIa"y~oTr^vhic"lT^DirIirijii-  tered the ark, and a. very busy day it  must have been If we-arc to believe  the mediaeval dramatists, for Noah's  wife was always the typical shrew of  the   period.  In the Chester cycle when Noah  (ells hoi- of the coming flood she  sneers at him for his credulity and  abuses him for always bringing had  news. "Hidden hold her tongue," he,r  abuse only becomes more stinging.  Noah strikes her, she sits back, and a  good sot-to ensues till the man retires to make the ark. When it is finished she refuses to enter,  "Wif, com in,"- says Noah. "Why  sfaiulcs thou ihero?"  Kinally her sons bring her in by  force, and  Noah  welcomes her.  "Welcom, wif, unto this hole," and  for his welcome he gets a whacking,  which makes him exclaim:  l.ordo, lb al.- women ho crabbed aye!  And lion are moke, 1 dare well sayo.  ���������London Chrciiiclo.  MME  ,,   WATEnPHOOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  '������������������ SuMifiliiiiu' h'-tti'i- dun liin'ii and bin  MUM.ll y lull- Wi-ll n Willi ������:f).ip .-in.I  wiiior .Mi stni"1- nr itinii'i. st:ii������* -nyl"  jinl <i/i' I'm' -.''i.' ������i' svill in nl ynii  THE ARLINGTON COMPANV OF CANADA,  Llmluil  OU Fras������r Avumio, Toronlo, Ontario  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS.WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY  MILLIONS  OP  MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  Well Named  (���������'arnier-Sei- llii'i (here pi!;'.' [ call  him "Ink.'  Vi-imr ��������� Why so:    He Isn't hhi'-k.  (���������'.iniU'i- ^'o hut iu- Iv- ops iiinaltig  from the pen  Distant Heat  The groat, sol.ir idysiciat, S, I'.  I.nngley, using tin large telescope in  Allegheny (l'u.) ohscrvntory, to which  was attached the niopt. Konsillve bo!o-  motor over made, nhlo to detect one-  inllllonlh of a'degree of heat, was jpst  able, to detract a trace of heat, from  the colossal sunn Arctiirns, Yoga and  SirliiH. ile could detect hy the si'Mi-  sltive i������1ii ti tin m nei-vo, Lhlnni-r iliun  hair, the presence ol' hont, hut the 'n-  tensity wan too an.i 11 to ineiisiiro with  a cut racy.  Of course, lake the same tr-lcholorac-  I or to Ihise suns, Mini around and  lool; ;il. our sun, nnd no truce of its  heat energy could he dct?cted, our  sun being so much smaller, nud it In  iDiili'i' than iho great Willis mci.tioui-d.  II would look like the point of a  nocilK��������� Kdwiir l.'ielcn I.iirkln In Ni w  Vork Aiuerlciin.  Miirhor  -llov,   d'i  you  like our  new  ; oaiineal soup'.'  j     Victim '   (I'h-iitilng     his     iiirjtit.lil -  '. Sei'iiH  nniirlshliig   hut   I've  had    my  ! hri'tikl'u Ht.-"I.I I'o.  Contradictory  ' Yuij   assure   uie   Ih'il   thi.i   Is   th ���������  wry IjKmI faHhl'm'.'"  "Veil,   Tilllillllll."  "And it won''. fadi-V"  "No,   inadain,   I   am   i-ui-,-   ii   wnn'i.  \Vo have bad it in Hiu wiinlmv fur two  ������vii'i. "     I onil'Hi   'l':ill,-i'  They Certainly Keep It Dusted  Women In nil laiidrt are ilie custodians of speech. Thvi.i priiHorve Uh  piiiiiy. To I'liem uiiihl go much of the  ci'edli of the iinprovement In Am������ r-  h-:.n  Kii'ill'ih. i  Digestivs  Marvels  An Eskimo has been found���������anil.no  very unusuui Kskimo at that���������who  eats, when he cai. get it, four pounds  of boiled meat per" day. When an E3:  kimo can get all he wants to eat he  makes a business of it.' He doesn't  store it. in the refrigerator, hut iu his'  stomach. t  Yet iho" Msklmo is a healthy creature, peculiarly froa Troin digestive  disorders.      '���������   ; ,  A Copenhagen doctor has a subject  ���������he isn't a patient nor a "case," hut  an exhibit���������who is keeping up wonderfully on potatoes and oleomargarine,  fie eats, it is said, eight pounds of  potatoes' a day when working hard,  He likewise enjoys capital health.  It ia strange in view of these two Instances that a prominent medical authority shoyltf-venture to Inquire whether many'of the rigid rules of physicians who prescribe sys'ems of diet aro  well founded.--Syracuse Post-Standard.  Willing to Help  One morning a ruther commanding  looking woiiuui entered a newspaper  office and asked-to see the editor. The  ediloii was ;)rompt!y produced.  "In your paper this morning," said  the woman in a cold, hard voice, "you  my' that Air. .lories is a bribetaker, a  swindler, a mudslinger aud a "crook."  - "It is iv ma tier of politics, rundam."  said the editor apologetically. "I am  very sorry that we are compelled to  nmlio statements of (hat,kind oif'your  account, for I take it tliat you,are a  relative."   ���������  "I am his wifoJs," mother," answered  ihe visitor, "and I want to'say that  you haven't, told more than half the  truth; The next time you want to  publish his biography 1 wish you  would send a rep-jrler to me."���������Philadelphia Telegrapl.  OVERWORK AND WORRY  Source  of  Broken   Down  Constitutions  A little worry .^ocs ,<. gnat deal ol  harm. Overwork and worry gives rise  to headaches, nervousness, sleeplessness, weak back, lack of- interest, in  your work, indigestion ai.d spmeliines  a complete breakdown-of the nervous  system, leading to pauilysis. If these  are your symptoms you'need a tonic.  And the only way to tone up the  nerves is through the blood. Dr.' Wilis ins' Pink Pills for Pale People are  a direct nerve tonic because they  make new rich red blood, which feeds  the- nerves and strengthens every organ in the body. Under the tonic in-  lluenee of these Pills iiorvousness and  all the other evils of worry and overwork quickly disappear. They ' restore the digestion . and cnaoie the  bodyffllo take full advantage from the  foodViten. 0 ^  Airs. J. C. Chapman, Oi3cmee,,Otit.,  ���������sa-ys-^-iJ-I���������boc{inrnyT!omplotely~Ttin���������down"  and my nervous system shattered  from overwork and wony. I always  felt tired and'' exhausted and slept  badly at night 1 tired several medicines but did not find the hoped-for  relief. Then I decided to fry Dr. Williams' Pink , Pills. I took them regularly for several months.and they restored me to perfect health, and I  have since been well and rtroug. I can  recommend thes; Pills to any afflicted  with nervousness or a broken constitution as 1 feel sureJ.hcy will effect  a cure."  These Pills are st-hl by al! medicine  dealers or will bo sent by meal at 50  cents ;i box or sis boxes for $2.50 oy  writing The Dr. Williams' Alodicin.?  Co., Bi'ockville, Onl.  An eminent Mow York artist noted  for the beauty of his etct.Jii;',s. tells  one on himself.  It. appears that i nr summer, while  sketching In \ew Kiigland, he miulo a  study of ft farmer'-j barn, The farmer  happened to appear, and ."aid he'd Wic  to have the sketch, 'if it isn't, too c.\-  pottslvo," ho added, cautiously.  "Oil," said iho ;tciier, whose works  bring in a ntilY price in (he metropolitan mnrlcel, "i won't, charge you anything for the sketch,' but"���������his eye  lighted on' tho pl������ pen--"I'll toll you  what. You can give mo one of thoso  niee little pink pigs pliiyiwthere."  Tlio farmer fri.ivno.l. "Why, mini,"  he e.\(il:iiiiied, "do von know wliai.  those pigs arc wu'ili'.' Thoy'* worth a  dollar apiece."  Wartfl win , rondo iv the prettiest  bnniiR unsightly. Clear the ex-jiva-  cencos a wily hy iislpg lloiloway's Corn  Cum, which acts thoroughly and painlessly,  "You ufL as If you thought yourself superior to the ijovornmonl."  "Well," replied the goulal agent. "I  do fell slightly superior. As n tux-  payor, when I owe tho government  tiny tiling I pay, When the goyrnniont  owoii inn anything U docs as It likes  about the mutter."  "So your wlfo bus eloped with your  ehniifi'oiu'!"  "Yes, hut he wasn't miii'li of a chauffeur."��������� Iloiiriton l'n*t.  Thoie is but one vli tlio--the eternal  iciil'n-o of noli". --George Sand,  "And what do you know nljont  Miwos'."'  "PIoiiko, loaclur IPs my first Sunday lien and ������ don't ktnw anybody."  --Punch,  Punctuation Marks  Punctuation by means-of stops'and  points, so as to Indicate tlie meaning  of scutencos and assist the render to a  proper enunciation; is ascribed originally lo Aristophanes, a 'grammarian  of Alexandria. Kg'ynt. who lived In ijie  third century B.C. Whatever hia system may have been, it was subsejjueut1  ly neglected atiii forgotten, hut was reintroduced, by Charlemagne, the various stops and symbols being designed  by Warnef.-ied and Alcuin. The present system of piinelnation was'introduced in the hitter part of the fifteenth century by Aldus Manuthis, a  Venetian primer, who was responsible  for our full stop, colon, semicolon,  omnia, marks of interrogation and ox-  jlamatlon, parenthesis nnd dash,  hyphen, apostrophe and quotation  liuirlis. These wore subsequently ^op-  led by other printers until their use  became universal. Most, ancient la'ng-  Hugos wero innocen' of any system of  punctuation  It Testifies for itself.���������Dv!.,Thomas'  Kcleeirie. Oii needs no testimonial of  its powers other than itself. Whoever  irios it for coughs or erdds, for cuts  or contusions, fot sprains or burns,  for pains in the limbs or body, well  know, th-.it. the medicine pro vet* itself  and needs ;\<j guarantee. This shows  why this Oil is in genera', use.  Japanese Birthday Feasts  In Japan' no notice is taken of the  actual anniversary of a birth, but  every one adds a year to bis or her  iige on the Sotsubiiii, a movable festival which occurs either late in Jjiii-  uary or at ihe beginning of February.  Thus a child i.; said to be a year old  that is in itsJ first year directly it is  born, and on.the Hollowing Setsubun it  will be two, although in fact it may be  only a few day3 old. The feast is  noi kept, in any marked manner, except that akemeshi (ric������ boiled with  small rod beans which"-give it a red  color) is eaten, and in the evening  parched beans afe scattered about the  room from a square rice measure to  the cry of "Kuku ga ouchi! Oni ga jo-  to!"���������"Good fortune within! Out'With  the demons!" U'ery one.is supposed  in eat the number of beans corresponding wif It his age and one over  for luck. Friends mid acquaintances  also, congratulate each other with  words of good omen and good fortune.  ���������Argonaut: ,  -.  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Boys'  Camp, held :it. Tusket Fails in August,  I found MINARD'S LINIMENT most  beneficial for sun burn, an immediate  relief lor colic anr! toothache.  - ALFRED STOKES.^  ������ General Secretary.  Had to go and Climb a Tree  The Coentess of Desmond died in  AMI at the age of. 340. Iu .his "History of the Work!" Sir Walter Raleigh s.tates: "I m/self knew, the old  Countess of Desmond, who was married iii Edward IV.'s time and bold  her .-jointure from all the earls of Desmond since then; and that this Is true  all the noblemen ami gentlemen in  Minister can 'witness." She retained  all her faculties to tlie last, walked  ton miles in i\ day only a week bofcre  her' death, and, according to (he in-  scription on the back of her portn.lt  at Muckross abbey, "in ye course of  her long Pilgrimage renewed her  teeth twice." Tho., countess looked  Hko living nnot! or 'tlfiy years, when,  as Lord Leicester told Sir William  Temple, "i,ho mr.i't needs climb a nut  tree to gather mils; so, railing down,  she hurt, her thigh,..which brought a  fever, and tliii: brought i]?nth,"  A Real Snap  ''What, moihei, is meant hy having  a snapV"-  "It is HomoUiir;.', child, thai mo one  really has hut chlldivn. Their mothers  tnko' care of them, and their i'litheiv,  pay the bills. They, never have a snap  again."���������Unltlmoro American.  aubmtt to * hetdtche It to trMfr flMTQr, tfaaa ud oomlert.  To stop it ttonce ilmpljr take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Yvur Druggist will confirm our stttenaont that they do not ooatato       Anything that can harm heart or nonrous ayrtem.    2So. a V������.    ffii^  NATIONAL PHUa AND CHEMICAL CO..OIT CANADA. UMITCW.   134    'i*^  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA  The Financial Statement  Statement of the result of the business otthc   Bank  for  the  year  \   ending 30 April, 19H, submitted to the General Meeting .���������  of Shareholders held  in Montreal on May 20th.  The Net Protlls of the year, after payment of charges, rebate'  on discount, interest on deposit**, ami making full provi-   '  slon for bad anil doubtful debts,'have amounted to ....    $1,2.1S,M",.1S  Premium on New Stock ; ; ,         1S0.826M  Hie   balance  brought forward   Ironi  ;!0th  April,  I9i:5,   was..        401,0M.2l.,  , Making a total of .......'. ;     $1.800.i������3:u������l  ThK has been disposed of as followa;  Dividend No. 10-1, at the rate of .10 P.O. per annum 51011,117.50  Dividend No. 105. at ihe rate of .10 P.C per annum   ltif",!i07.00  Dividend No. :i0i>, at, the -rate of 10 P.C. per annum   172.54ii.ri2  Dividend No. -107, at the rate of 10 P.C. per annum   175,000.00  Trnn&ferred to Reserve Fund from Profit and I^oss Account.  Transferred to Reserve-Fund from Premium on New Stock.  Contribution  to  Officers'   Pension  Fund    :   Written  off  Bank Premium  Account    ;  Written   off   for  depreciation   in   Bonds   and   Investments..  Balance   carried   forward    ' ,   RESERVE FUND ACCOUNT  Baliinee,, .10th April, ''1013    -,$6,419,175  Transferrevl from Profit, & Lttss Account'/" 400,000  Premium  on  New' Stock    ' ���������      180,82?  5C8C.57.|.l)S-  400,000.09.  '��������� 180,825.09  50.000,01)  .     100,000,01)  - 1:55,000.0������  , 248,181.87  $1.800.r>P,3.6������  I mmmmmtt  57,000,000  ���������Average Paid-up Capital during the year, 5C.SCS.500 - '-'  K.  F-   HEBDI0N.         ,      -                                         H.   JJONTAG.u' ALLAN.  General Manager.                   .                                    'v President-  Statement of Liabilities and Assets at 30th  April,   1914  LIABILITIES  1, To the Shareholders.  Capital stock paid in' ' '.    $7,000,000.0i>  Rest  or. Reserve  Fund    ' '.       7,000,000.00  Dividends   declared  and   unpaid    \ ���������      176.0SS.OC  Balance of Profits as per Profit and  Loss Account, submitted   ' .  herewith    ���������         248,134.67  2. To  the  Public.  '511,121,22?.:.:^  Kotos of the Bank in  Circulation    '.....,.., $ 5,507.714.00  Deposits   not  bearing-'interest   ..'. ". '....;    13.309.S9l.il  Deposits  hearing' interest,  including  interest accrued  to date  ��������� of  statement ; '...    45.i)46,Gfi0.O*  Balances due to other Bank's in Canada       l,48S,3D3.l:t  Balances  due, to  Ranks  anil   banking "correspondents  in   the  United Kingdom-anil, foreign countries   '���������.'���������!,      2,278.3S7.5l  Bills ' payable   : :.-... .'.^. ;  'i\T?5el)linn^^"TTnT37rr^le1teTff^r-rren  Liabilities  not  included   in   the  foregoing-    :..   ~7hT03fi:0flr  1     '    o     -   /  '.SSETS  Current Coin'' held    '....; ,  Dominion  Nct.cs  held- ;   Notes of other  Banks      Cheques- on  other  Hanks'      Balances duo by oilier Banks iu Canada   Balances due hy Banks and banking corrcspondenls^'clsewiiere  than   in  Canada :".   Dominion  and  Provincial  Government securities,  not  exceeding  market  value   Canadian   Municipal  securities,   and    British,    Foreign"   and  -���������'   Colonial .public securities,  other  than  Canadinn,   not  exceeding  market value    ;   Railway   and   other   Bonds,    Debentures   and - Stocks,    not'  exceeding  market  vahio    ..'..,- '   Call Loans in Cnnnilii on Bonds, Debentures and Stocks  ....  Call  Loans elsewhere  than  in Car.adti,   583,120.741,32  52,9fi3,802.0r.  4,802,603.00  Gl9.10Ei.0l>  3,270,300.7������  ���������    2,G83,'0| '  1,030,702:7*  '568,991.6;  536,990.05  4,lS3;09i.7'>  3,119,841.07  3,770,117.27  Mr. It.���������This window open behind  nio makes a fearful drmislii. My teeth  aro ehalie"lng.  Mrs. B.���������Wi'll, you know you can  take them oiil.--M::chiuige.  "I he'ar th-u'c Is pnlni* tn ho n Con-  gressloniil ini'iiiiry' into Uackiiiny's  bunlnofjs.'  "I hud no iih'ti it.;- was so prosporoiu  as Hint,"--Llff.  Bobby's Way  Mule--After I wash my fuce I look  in tho mirror to sue If It's- clean, Don't  yjti'.'  BoMy���������Don't hwe tn. I loo'.c al the  liv.voI, "PhlkidclpMri Bullotlti,  One of the Voice  Leeturor-'Lnilh'n rind goiitlomoii, wo  Hhall connldoi' tlilH evonliig tho fundamental principle* uf architecture. The  HtrimimiiH ���������  A Wiuulorlni; Voice-How d'ye liullil  a iloghntiHe?  Lootiiror (rtrilleltnualy)--Are you go.  ing ta move?���������,liul3������?.  52t;o23,io:!.r,4  Other' Current Loans .and Di?coiu.ls iu  Canada  (less Itebnto  of Interest)  $53,G03iC7?,2*  Other Current  Loans anri    'Discounts    elsewhere    than    lu ���������  Cniindn   floss  Itebnle of lnt.er:st)     181,016.-IP  LiahilltiCH of customers under letters of credit ns per contra 76,03(i.0������������  Real Hstute other than hank -.iremises ..,__  2!H0,l,fW  Ovnrduo debts, osliniated loss ]iro\hlod-for  ,  ���������l.llll.ll  Bank Promises, at not more thnn i out, loss' amounts (If any)  written   off    ,"���������"������������������"������������������."'" 3,720,033.8!*  Donoslt with the Minister for tho pnriioson of the Circulation  -p,���������Ul    '.'  32:i,0i'KM'0  Do'poh'i in the Conlnil Gold f'tosorvo     o ��������� ��������� ���������   Other  Assets  not   Included   In   the  foregoing     Io7,7."j4.7*������   ���������~4  5S.1.120,7-11.32  W.   V.   IIF.BDF.X,  General  Managor.  It.   MONTAGU  ALLAN,  Preside! \  The Spade  The spnilo Ih n very useful lool.  It dolvon the way for summer Mowers;  It's not oxpeiiHlve, as a rule-���������  Why ilo tin.- noliilibiiiH horruw ours?  Mrs. Nnwcd (lo dear friend)--  Wlint.'n Hu secret ������r getting a new  frock from  hubby after    he  refused  OUOl.''.'  Mrs. 'Wiley -If nl llnU yim don't  fiiiceeed, ciy, ������-ry. cry agtiin. -Til-ltlts,  MlHlroHB���������What i(ld tlio (lneini' say  v/iift Ihoiiiiiltor with yon, Hi'iistim?   .  UiiHtiiH���������Ho say I got a torpedo  llbbah, inii'nm,  Jneli���������I was jiiftl iidnilrltiiv Mabe;,������  hnlr.   llow pretty It. !m!  Miibi'l'i Itival���������-Oil, hIio- has hoh:������  jirottlof thnn that'.���������Now York Globe. Tnfl'H Htniies. Kxohnngo  Boys Scouts in Rome  Companies of hoy .icouts were n>-'  ootilly oi'g"ni/od In Homo hy Ciiplnln  iMiiggliml or the army nnd wore tnlu-n  to the   ���������Goffrodo    Mniiiell    hi.i'racka,  whoro Admiral Hcltolo. t'ornii'.r iiiIiiIh-  tor of murine, rocked their oath.,Th������  text of the oath is the following:  '   "I Hivcur on my honor to leve my  country nnd follow her li. any olrcuiii-  Kiiim.'Ort, to ubldo by her Iiiwh, tn help  my follows without dlHcMiiiliiatlon iu  tiny (lunger or nood mill to obey tl,������  ilocnlogiKi of (lui hoy hooiiIh."  "Some Hpells it one way ami som������  bjioIIb It nnothor," until the nntlv*  wluui nnUoil hnw to spell SusUimchl-  iiunllo (h'eok, "mill nomr> upollH it im������  other, hut. In my jiiilginont thoro alnt  any correct way of npolltng it."  Tills  Is nun    of former    President  These iLiscball Day* \  "So voiir boss oven i-.ors m the fun-,  I'i'iii oi   ":s ���������������'<���������'���������>'   '������������������  That   rortainly   s.i.u.  heart."  ll'iill 11 Cr". 1  ii; a u 1,1 ft.-,  rn.ih*1 siiiio that  ih-'- ruiicr.,l i-.n''  e.vuB'.' for -a ilaj f,R���������"  Try   Murina   Eye    Remedy  ������������������..-. CysTv;aicJy. Liquid. '&/&���������,  Murinft.Eye Salvft ia /Ucptic VubM,1!  tic 9h.   Eye Kooks Free \ty MiWit  iVriv* to** 8������������* '��������������� All*r>* M-lMm< tan I'  tluriil* ������?��������� A������m*d9 C������., CbicaM  f*^^.^,,^      '.. " -"I.. .  W- N   U   1009 ;'*,UJr^.ti;. .V"**~^*���������.-���������Mt(.w;^w������.wH^.~^*i'**t;-rt-.Wii  ii  ���������v.  $A  the news, rmtemrxsra, a. c.  '���������<?  The  embodiment of  alPth.it. is   requisite  or  tlew'iable  i;i    modern    watch  foii'.truclion i;-...leunJ  in lh������  Ointc.v". ��������� (icv'iirnk---������/iirn&/e  - alto������t(hi'r 4n/i>v/iiv(ori'.  tor sai'������ by  all Jewelers.  A  Real ������.������v������r  SlmnUtloa  GOLD WATCH FREE,  A' itntlgliMjnrM-J istWotu  oiT������   Irom   in   Mtetillahhl  Arm,    W������ aro flrlni ������w������r  WtteliM   to   ilioiu������nJ<    ol  IHMI.la' all, DT������r   th������  worlij    ������ - *     how  fcilTarUft^mftnt. ' Now  In , roar   cIuuim   to  obttin uiio,     Writ*  now,   oaclortlnr   a  mtiU for cn������ of   our  fiuliiouabU Ijidlai'  tonz     Quu-tti,     or  OeillB*    AllMTt*.    IMi  mit!������*.i i'������IJ lo <Mt  with tha v>U-h, which  'nlU lu clton, rre*  Ittwn vatoliw' trt  inarimtMil li������������ rMnl.  ihould yau Uka id-  nataaa ol oar mvroi.  Joni eSer. . W������ tipee* 70a to loll your lri������nd<  hbont u������ and thovr thorn Uio txiiiitlful wtteh.<  root think thli ofltr too cooJ to Im true, but said  30' contt todtr and liui ������ ������re������ W������t<-h. ������<m  will bo antrod-WILLI tMI * L1.0V1), WIio'omU  Jowoliori(l>������pl.l������<), W, Coruw������lli4 Ro������d, London, M..  Kotlind.  EVERY  MAN   IN  BUSINESS  Need j Our  -CATALOGUE-  Ot Marking Devices. "Send for it  -- DICKINSON,  The  Stamp   Man.  MA    First    Street    East,    Calgary.  Old Soto;, Lumps  in Breast, Growths  removed aiulhoal.  ed by a simple  Home Treatment  No pain.     Describe the trouble, wo will oend  book and testimonials free.  THE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Limited  10 Cbiircbill Ave.. Toronto,  Uses and Value of Timber,.  In ord?;- to know what a'tract ot  timher is wortlHt if! nt-eesearv ?b' know  the value ot the: products'. Not only  should the general uses of tho diffion-nt  "ldnls of wood be known, but careful  ut tent ion should he given to any special use, for given kinds or iiizes of  trees which may result in ��������� increased  value. The market, for wood lot-timber is chiefly, for.ties; poles., firewood,  posts, piles,. raiU'lumb'et and'very frequently hi.the round for pulp wood,  acid .factories "and box manufacturers,  whilo special kinds, such as line white  oak, nsli, second growth hickory, eher-  ry, etc., havo a Jarse number of special  iisoh, such as in the vehicle Industry,  furniture making, etc. ,It is-,again  urged that owners should be particular  lo iiuiulro Into (heir special markots  both for the different, kinds of timber  and for tlio most profitable- form into  which pi von shed-trees may be worked. Ry takln.it advantage of "this they  can very frequently double the price  received fot their products.���������ll. Rosen-  blulh in Amerbaii Forest rv.  A Misnomer  If you judge tlilugs by their titles.  You are apt to come to grief,  Just, for instance^ there are few things  Longer than iThiwyer's brief.  Worms tire encouraged by morbid  conditions of the stomach and bowels,  and so subsist. .Miller's; Worm Powders wilf alter these conditions almost  Immediately and.will sweep the worms  away, x0 rtcslnicli'-c parasite can  live in contact villi this medicine,  which is not only a. worm destroyer,  hut a health-giving medicine -most  beneficial to; tlie young constitution,  and as such it has no superioi.  She Was No Easy Mark  Martha is seven and has shown more  than tlie ordinary childish aversion to  learning lessons, being .washed and  having curls made smooth and shining  and less than tlie average delight in  fairy tales. One day upon her return  from Sunday school she was questioned as to what she had" learned from  her nice teacher this time.-. She cried  out with Hashing' eyes and an indignant toss of.her., pretty head, "Why,  mamma, my teacher told nig today  that scory about the children of Israel  walking-across the Red Sea and not  getting iheirsclveswet one single bit,  and she es-pected me lo believe it!"-���������  Lipplncott's. , <.-'-  ���������   ������ Regomuende  ������. city at the bottom of,the sea was  seen" toward th?. 'eiid'of October, 1SSS,  near Treplow.'in Prussia, when a powerful s6uth wind b'.ew the waters", of  tho Baltic away from the shore, uncovering a'part of the sand'usually  hidden-hy the waves. '   ;,  It was the ruins of the city of Reg'a-  mueude, once a nourishing commercial  station, which was swallowed by the  ������fia_Juui^������Ciiliijdfis_aRoJ_J!h'e unusual  sight was viflbleirJo'r only..";, live hours,  when the storm slackened,'"and-the  waves returned to cover up the place  which had oiice been the home of human  heiiigs.  [."���������WTnurijrmiw.i m.w i  How Sweet of Her  "It is Oarlylo, I believe, who saws it  is not well lo loll all ono knows."    '  "Oh, never miiid CnrlyJe! You don't,  want to sit around and never sav nnv.  thing, do you?"���������.lucigoj  The kind, hearted woman stopped  to reprove the' youngster who had  chased a cat up a tree.  "You bail boy. suppose you were "a  cat, would you like to have any ono  chase'you in that.fashion?" '  "Geo! wouldn't '( though, It I could  climb like that," said the youngster,  grinning .  "What; l.want 10 see,".said the reformer, "Is a.city that knows absolute-  ly nothing of graft."  "That's what. I'd like tn sop," replied  the ward poluiciun. "Wouldn't Ihis be  n gold mine for the right parlv,"���������  Washington Star. '    .  Unruffled  Master-;,lary, I wiuii vou would to  more careful. I'm SOrry to hear my  wlfo has lo scold you so oNon.  Mary���������Oh, that's all right, sir. I  seldom lakes any notice of her,���������London TolcKi'tiplt,  Ready-Cooked  -from  Your Grocer.  Post  Toasties  scorne irom tlie ovens to your  tabic in tirfhtly sealed puck*  nrfes ��������������������������� rctidy to eat when  opened ��������� with croum, jjnoil  milk or fruits,  Kvcry crisp Hake of this  attractive food represents the  best part of choice white  I nil in 11 corn*"  ���������Perfectly cooked, delicuk'iy  iwisovucv.! ithv! iu,i>icu Ki ;in  appetizing golden "brown."  Post Tonstit'H arc made for  your pleasure ano nourishment.  Sold  by Grocer*  I'anadl.iii l\islcm Ci'-tval Co.. Ltd.,  Windsor, Out-  W   N   U   WW  WHEN BABY SUFFERS  ���������   FROM CONSTIPATION  ��������� Mothers, ii: your baby suffers from  constipation, if his little stomach or  bowels are out of order, give him  Baby's Own Tablets. They never fall  to give relief and nti occasional dote  will'banish constipation and keep the  stomach and bow.els in perfect, order.  Concerning tho Tablets, Mrs. J.'H.  tiagnon, St, Simon, Quo., writes: "I  ctinnot recommend RabyV, Own Tali-  lots ton highly its a euro for constipation as I have foil nil them the very  hesi medicine in ihe world for this  trouble." The Tablets are sold Ly  medicine dealers or by mail at 2fi  cents a hox from Tho Or. Williams'  Medicine Co., Hrockville, Out.  . In 11 corlaln home missionary movement every j.nriiclpimi was lo contribute 11 dollar that she had earned herself hy Jiard work. Tho night of iho  collodion of the- dollars enmo, and  various and droll wero the stories of  earning the money One woman l'hnd  shaiiipootd hair, itnoiiier had made  doughnuts, iinollier Iind secured magazine, KiiliHcrlpllons, and so on.  The elialrmnn turned to a hiiiidsoniB  woman in the tl ret' row.  ".Vow, miulam, It \<\ your turn," l.o  said. "Ilow did yon earn your dollar'."*  "I got ll from my liiinbinul," she'am  sworcil,  "Oil," said ho, 'frail your liiiHlmud?  Tlioio.wiis no luinl work ahoti'. thai';"  ��������� Tho woman smiled ralnlly.  "Vou don't, know my liiii'.hand," she  sit Id.  A certain kind .^r blr.udfr Is hup-  rosed to he eliiirw.tcrlHlloiilly lllhoni-  Ian, yet this hiory h lehl of a Kronoji-  man: I'r'noe Tnlloyratid wan Hiiddvui-  ly wiikonod one nlglii, hy the' dis-  cluirgo of a idslol. Hoolrg his valet  In the nptirtinoiil, lie ufikod what the  1 trouble was,  I "Yoiir liigliness,'' r.:iiHod  tho man,  lij-ic i\,ip, r, 111011.M' it) iiie room, n.ul,  fO-,1 HU������   U    .-I'.'-'-lt   il'Ol-i-l,   ^ ,.,;,;���������   ..JlJIJlLl r  II shot it."���������Mnnlnn Ti'iuir.i'i'lpl.  "K^io -yalnma, I dou'i. leoi well.  Alothor ���������-Tliui.'s    tun     hud,     do.iv  Where do you fcei ^orsl?  ir h    > , .  '-...'��������� .1, ni ...I 1 , In,1.luil,1, V. t|| Lilian lleglsltf,  "When the mlnislor mukos tho happy couple one," it'-koil lit lie Hollo,  "which one tiro Ihey?"  ''Ono too many,"'promptly replied  his haclu-lor uncle, llootor Oroiit.,--  .Iiulgo.  Age of Hens and Pigeons  There has been a great development  of late ye.'.rs in-the Canadian poultry  industry. , Th.'s-devcllopnient lias been  hroughj. about by many factors, chief  among' which ars the, untiring and  highly successful efforts or breodou;  tlie experimental work carried on at  ihe various poultry nlunts of the Do-  minion and provincial .expciimcntal  farms' and agricultural colleges; tho  Information' f.ivcn'. out by, these Institutions; the poultry wxhibits tn which  the people of Canada are now taking  a great, interest,- and, Just, but not  least, the profits of the industry, little,  thought of in tho past, but now well  recognized and appreciated.  Piqduction is increasing at an'extraordinary rale,, while the quality of  the product shews wonderful ' tin-,  provemont. The value, of the Hock  depends upor the.production of the  birds selected, but the-productiveness  of any bird decreases after, a certain  ago is reached, It is very Important,  therefore, that tha breeder bo abb to  tell with some degree of cortaintv iho  i.go of fowls which he desires lo  retain or purcliasa for breeding pur-  poseCotlierwise ho will l.e exposed to  the risk of having individuals that, are  piist their .prime and that do not pay  for their keep.  lteeord hooks hrvc been established  for horses, cnl.Ho and many other animals, wh3ie information pertaining to  pedigree, age etc., are kept for reference, but ii has,r remained to Victor  Kortlciv assistant''Dominion poultry  husbandman,- Central .Experimental  farm, Ottawa, after much 'peraor.al  observation r.ud study, to publish a  method wheruly the age of hens can  be accurately estimated. This information, which is mean I especially for  the breeder and tin judge, has been  published, under the direction of Hon.  Alartin Burrell, in a profusely illustrated bulletin, which is No. 16, Second Series of the Central Experimental Farm., Copies will be mailed  to those who apply for them to the  Publications "Branch, Department of  Agriculture, Ottawa. .  lltiffiffill'fllllBiillllllllllllllit  Your Liver     \ :  is Clogged up  TW# Wfcy You'ra Tired���������Out of  Sorti���������Have no Appttite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in ������lew (layi,  They do'  their duly.  Cure  Constipation,  BilioasntM, [nJigetlion, ant Skk Ikadackt.  Small Pill, Small Doio, Small Prico*  Genuine must heu Signature  IUWIUWI1IIUUWPUII  momw  Wigwagging  Each o: the ladies woro a brilliant  wig. Strange tc say, no two wore  alike in hue. .  ���������  "Lot's accomplish something worth  whilo," said, the lady who preferred  green.  'But what oan we accomplish'."'' asked Iho lady In blue. ^ . ,  ��������� "Women can accomplish anything if  they put their heads together."  So they put their, heads together  and accomplished a ruiiioow.���������Clove-  hind Plain Dealer. ���������  How's This ?  ,"We offer One Hundreu Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that,  cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh'  Cure.  '    F. J..CKKXEY &'COi 'VOMa. O.  We, tlm undersigned, have known K J.  Cheney for the Inst 15 years, ami belleva  lilm perfectly honorable ln all business  transactions and financially- able to'carry  out any obligations made by-his firm. ,  . NATIONAL HANK OF COMMERCE.  . Toledo, O.  Hair* Catarrh Cure in taken- Internally, aetinff directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of-the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 75 cent's per bottle.  Sold by al! Di-.ik'rIsIs.  ��������� Talte Hail's Family-Pills'for constipation. ,   _     ���������  Advantage  of   Early   Training"  A. Chicago-busi.-.ess man"is the father' ofayoiitlvof a most literal tend-  "eficy. Jvast spring," when the father  left for Em ope, where he was to spend  the entire summer, he promised the'  lad that, if he were to attain a certain, marlc in- his studies, his reward  would be a continental trip with his  rather. , ��������� ���������  The prospect of such a trip stimulating the lad to such a degree that he at:  tjiined a marlc even .higher than that  sol. him by his parent.' He cabled his  father the one wjrd,  "Yes."  .It would seem, however, tliat ��������� the  pater had forgotten his offer,-for, after  thinking over the message, lie cabled  his son, "Yes, what?"  Then, in turn, tlie son was perplexed. Finally after clue reflection he  cabled to .'Us-father, "Yes, sir."���������Detroit Free Press.'   .  "Pa, what is a plagiarist'.*'���������  ���������, "A .plagiarist, my son. is a  writer  who feathers bis ncrt with borrowed  phimes:"--Piibllc Ledger. '  Imp���������Tlero are two spirity���������one sinned knowingly and the other ignorant-  ly.      - ���������,' ���������'  Satan���������Put..thorn both in the same  furnace, hut. let the knowing- one-see  tile 'thermometer. , -  '  Shopping in Dublin���������''Mother."' said  a little giri, looliing hungrily around  in a toy shop, "may 1 have anything  .1 want?" "Certainly, dear," answered  mother lucidly, "but be careful not to  want anything' you can't have."���������Woman's Home Comniuion.  ,. a -  Xo ma tier how the waist line swerves  Witir'fashion's fluctuation.  Somehow a,fellow's arm still curves  Right vount' the true location.   ���������  A Mind Reader  A son of Rrin who had the .misfortune to got mixed up in an aceh  dent, was immediately conveved to  a hospital, where it waa- found tint  his. only injury was a slight wound.  The house surgeon carefully examined  him, ai'lfr which he thus stated the  case to the nurse:.  "As subcutaneous r.hrasion is not observable, I think there, is a little reason  to apprehend tegumental elculrbatiou  of the wound. What do you think yourself ?���������' he ashed Pa!, with a 'mischievous smile.  ,, "Shure, doctor.", replied Pat. "von're  a wonderfut thought s-oiic'er. Yoii took  the very words out or mv mouth 1  -was just going to ^y that-**   ������'  "Courting",  In grandma's day love's (ale was  While lights were burning low.  Now. out upon ������������������11o fashion old,  Designed  when girls  were slo  Today the. suitor takes the girl  Into a caraboi,  And In the dizzy tango's whirl  Ho pops io her. I his way;  "Say, kid, at dancing vou'ro a si-r  A whirl!    This is iho life!     '  You'ro dolled up, Itlddo, like a dr  Now, gc,i tne���������he my wife!"  "You win!" glie yells. (She had to,  'This in a cabaret!)  Give me the love lights, burning  Of dear old grandma's day!  '    - Xew York Hera  told  w!  cam,  earn,  , bo;  low,  Id.  Keep     Mln������r-J's     Liniment     in   the  bouse.  Quee.- Habit  "Has that young man any bad habits?" asked the cautious father.  "No," rcplied;Ghidys June. "No never kocs into a saloon."  "t know. Hut he looks as if he spent  a terrible amouii': of time hanging  around gents' ' furnishing stores."���������  Washington Star.  ^���������yv  Millie���������So you lovei? and. lost, did  you?-  Willie���������Oh, no, indeed: She returned all my presents.���������Town Talk.  One may dominate moral sufferings  only by labor. Study saves fv^ai dis-  couragcuicut.���������D'Abrantes/  "What's the matter^ with your  wife?"  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  The Wrong Quarter  Hoforo the railways had pom ruled  South Florida, land was very .cheap  nnd passed from one to another for a  more song, ub Mm allying is. At ono  time an old French craclcer wont before a notary to inr.lio an affidavit, and  after tho paper Ud been prepared  nulled what.'the fee was.  "Oh, about n quarter," replied the  notary indifferently.  "My gracious; ain't that ptirty  sloop?" asked tho oraekoi,  "No; that's Uie least charge. Usually we got a hull',"  The cracker went away, r.nd I In  noxt day returned with, a1 deed to n  (liiiirlf.T section.,.lie handed ll. lo tlio  notary, who read li, over carefully.  "I mount twonlv-l'lvn conls," said lie,  passing the deed hack to (he criieki:i\  "You want, my oonsonl lo marry my  daughter," said Mr. Cmnrox,  "I do," r piled the young man.  "Mm my daughter .ays she wouldn't  Hi lull of marrying you."  'Still your consent woii'il ho a good  recommendation IVir niov'wlih some  othor  family."���������WiiHiiliiglon   Star.   ^.     ~~~''Hlfe~iTa"s"*ir0"tt^cl_irorselfTiTto a "slcli"  headache over1' her paper . for the  'Don't Worry club,'"  Of Chile's 187.000,000 acres of land  only~ abort 23,000,000 acres! are suitable for ciuilvation.  iKlfiirf  fM^  ������������������' ��������� -;���������: reassuring "  Jinn  in Swimming���������Arc you    quite  sure" there  are no crocodiles'   about  here?   ' .     ���������  Negro oh iihe Shore���������Yes; sab;    de  sharks done scarce''em all away, sah.  ���������Tatler.  IIIMES  You will find relief to Zam-Buk!  It ewes the burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  easQ. Perseverance, with Zm-  Buk, means cure. Why not prove  UliS ?   AU JDruw"t* "I'd tytru.-  iOt box.  'Mxrim&fc:  fQ1< fK~~" J"'VW "Of^s  POISONOUS  MATCHES  In less than two years   it will  be unlawful to buy or" use  poisonous white phosphorous   mutches  Everybody    should    begin  now to use-  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS  "SESQUI" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  Well Arranged  Maid--"-Mrs. Naylor returned    m.tch  cheaper   cocoa   than   she    borrowed,  mum  , Mistress---Well Mary, put "ii in a,  jar by .itself and lend-it to lier when  she sends over again.  Do You Feel the Pinch of Corns?,  Lv.oscn lip, wlt-li -twenty-five- fen us  buy yourself aboir ten dollars' wortlx  of foot comfort'which you'll set'in ,\  bottle'of Putnam's Corn and Wart Kit-"  tractor. Its soothing, hailing baling  painlessly cure any corn or ivurt in  twenty-four hours. You'll be mor������|  than satisfied by Putnam's Palnles*'  Corn and Wart Kxtraclor. Try il.-  'Wlitit'-s tlio mai'liM'; Don't I,, knew  how to. cut moat?" demanded tho dlv  charged butcher- . _J _=.. _:_ij   "'YoiTiJoT'l'epi i eil_fh e" p rop fiTtor ~o*_  the  meat  market,    "Bur.    your haad  docs not weiBh enough to retail it pro-'  litably."-���������Judgr.  There are more ways than one fas?  a woman to have her-way.'  ������������������ mti  ���������./''   .   v~  - II  Tlo bc# doctors  ^^^���������:J|i.i!^;'iUP;''^5  Nerve  Food  irh*:  M  If All Candidate Wore White  The, word "eiimlldiiti'" \a Onm tlio  Liilln "canilldiiliiH." Literally It. mnatiH  whltij robed, und it. wna tlinn culled  becniiHe In Uomn fliotm who nought, of-  lien wore Klltterlnn while toims (  Fiiucy, .If you ('nn, all our modern  Amei'lciiiiH droHHi'd in nccordnrco with  their iiolllk'iil .imhltioii������, in hoiiic ncc-  tlotiH there -would be no f-uch IhliiR an  a (Ini*l< suit of clolheH, WinihliiKton  would nlmp'y he one nIiIrIiik centre uf  mil vernal wIiIIqiichh.  Siliiih'iii---Wli-il mur-t T doln order lo  he it Jiliel .'   ���������  Ti'iu'her- Kuril your llvinj,' nt hoiiic-  thin;? I'lue.��������� I.lfe.  Maud -Von .,i-i|i\ to 111-.,* .J.Vk'h at-  lentloti!',.    \v'hj i\ .I 'i y.-ii. i���������:u'rv Ithu?  Mnrle- It' vw* ! lM;e hhi attentloi *  ������������������t'.union 'riiuii'crlnt.  Sandy (newly arrived lu t.'aiiailliui  f'orcHl ',',liiiul),r-\Vliiitiui hetiHt's yon?  .\ai.i\e-- i yuirin titouse,  S'Hul," Oeh jinud yer 1nir,':ie' If  thnt'H n yoiuiK nnuHe I'd llke.tn nee  ane o' y-o'r iii'hl nilH,'--l,iincli.  lloHii'Pfl (RiiHhliiBly)���������TJiry |el| ine,  doctor, you are a perfect lady-lilllor."  r>u('Uir \iniii.ivf.tiyi~- i asi.nrn ��������� on,  my dear mndam, ] make no iHxi'liif-  Hon  wlintevcr hot ween tl.e ������cxph."  The nr.in with ���������the hoe hud Jtiwl |ln.  IhIiciI phinlitiK' his Hiveet pens, "There,"  mid lie, Htrir.KhliMiljuc up, ''I've Kpolled  n 1,'iiliien pale of i.'Nie.; ailv! inlned a  'I������h pair of trmiKiTK, hut |C we have  Rood luck we'll itel n boiiiinel for  which the florlm would have i'har;:'d  ahoiil  n Khlllliif;."- -UiiiImi Oj.ltiI.Jil.  This Letter Tells the Story  Mrs. J. D. Palmer, 38 Park Street, Amsterdam,,N. Y��������� writes .-"When six  years of age my boy began to have fits. They came oil in the night. He woukl  make strange noises, stiffen out, froth at mouth, face would twitch and sometimes turned purple.   After the fit he could not talk.'.  "The family physician said all he could do was to keep them down somewhat. The second physician pronounced trouble Jeffersonian epilepsy, hut could  not cure him. He suffered for six years and before he������inninj? the use of Du,  Chase's Nijiivr Food had three fits in about five. days. Our druggist recommended Dr. Ciiask's Nerve Food. Helms taken seven boxes and has not had  the symptom of a fit since beginning this treatment five months ngo. His color  has greatly improved; he is not nervous and irritable like he used to he, and we  consider his cure a most remarkable one.'1  Makes Puny Children Strong and Robust  "n.'ul, .loeii a eatutihal ?o to heaven?"  "No, runny." '  "Hut Mt|i|'0������c )|p ,./,������������������ ., nil.---d<tMarv,>"  --Tiller.  Epilepsy M n form of nervous cxuatistioit mul  ilisappeuii when the vltfor of the norvom nystt'in U  resumed. Such lyniplonis ������i licjdiicfi-f, diii/incm,  riuKiii������ in the earn, irritability of temper and specki  before the eyes give warning of d'anjjer nhrsid. It  may ho par.ily.vls, epilepsy or sonic other foiin of  nervoiit collip-e, The warning telN you that mieh  reiroralivn treatment at J>. Chunc'i Nerve Food  it iiuvetsury to revitalize the fefhle, wnited nerve  celli, tit fill the lyHteiu with vljtor and ward off  dungermn dk.M<ii',  Dr Olu<e'������ Nerve l\tod in so mild and gentle  in Si'tion .iml nt fhe inine time ������o powerful in   hi  reioiistriiclive Infhieoec that it ii admirably mired  at n liieniu of rr*torinir nulr. wcilr nervoe*  cliildieii to health and vigor. Such uilmetiti ������t  Ulctetta and St, Vitu*' Danee are overcome and  vifiillty it ho increated that trouble from indlgettion,  lieud.u-het and weuk eye* diiuppe.tr.  Tbit food cure U a wonderful help durins the  ������rowlnu perhul when pliyttolo-,;ical vltii;*^ tr-r  taking pbee nnd when ichool work is particularly  tiyiiU ou the ileivoiu symem. Dr, l';ita*.-'t Nerve  l-'oitd, .SOe, a box, 6 for $2.50. All desert or  r.dnuiHoii, Il.ilei IV C,v, Limited. Toronto. Write  for Vee booklet on "The Nerve*."  Nole Ihe increme in wcigk wills M. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD it being i<ie������J.  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WikTER' NOTICE
KOU "A LlfJI/NOK 'TO TAKK'-AND
T    .       '   "-.Si! Vv'aTKU.        	
1 .>    i .i ;',   - ��� ��� i  ���  .   i     ��  \"    Kl   Wi\
NANA.IMO HOi.DKN
AT t-UMISEttLA.Nl'X
IN THE MATTER .of Sarah Ell-
uiior Tyson ilueeaseil, intestate.
���    ������  AND
IN-THE MATTE R,.of tlio "Oil^
':ial Administrators Act.;"
.TAKE NOTICE thnt ,hy order
of His Honor Jud^o Jh-.rkcr,
intiilo the Dtli dtiy of November,
1:913, T was ujipointinl Administrator of iho Estiito of' tho ubuvo-
ii'iiuitioiiwl.i'li'Ci-iistvl, ami nil par-
i od hiivlnjT tliiims ivo-aiiist the
said ot-tato ai-i' hereby requirc-d to
furnish sumo, propoi'ly vi.rifu'd.
to mo ou oi" hrl'oi'i' tlm llJlli ilay
IWinher, VM'.i. AN I.) all pv-
tms indebted to isuWr oottiU., arc
ivtjaim] to pay tho amount of
their inilnbtodnoss   to   uio   1'or.tli-
ti
with.   ���
Diili'd thU lithday of Novum-
fiur, 1013.
W. AVl'SF.KV WlM-AKD,
���    Oiticial Ailmiiiistriitur,
(Jiiiubi'vliinil, 15>. C.
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, ��� uru iil(i,OU0g'.iii-'iia {v i: Sihen-K, vf ,��titer
'"   .,u  i,? .Stiudy.Crtiik, 'A'li'di-flit?* iu a nor-
,    rt.orl'y i.i i'ot;on.lihrjngfi   ?"��.v��af>th:Die-
St."-. u-.\:\ i tn'pUei-iut> }}o<  H y , nwir
'tiisewiV! Cieak".' The -.viit^r \v il'U .fhvor
.   : d it it50" up tryatii I'i'.nn   K;iilv-'iy  und
,vill I tiusiiii f*��r.<Voucra! ilulv.-iy pui-po>cb
'��>�� tho hind dcHuiibed us-Kailyiiiy Right of
Vv'.iy.   'I'li's nit'ce-ww p'a-ccl ou    tlie
 ^c^i-ulon^he. ?>:���{[  d y...nf A��ii).. lOljVI
vPt>
. i:;i].il.ea.iii(;)i v.ill. bfc.lik.ij in iho. oHice
..? u b .Wa'.dr UdCi,?iiiV�� at Viotiirii'j. U. C.
'."JMj.'ctinna. r.i!iy be. ii]>il'������ w.tlu,the.said
'���\ .I'.ur HworJoi'i r,��illi tlio Comptroller
��� ������" Vi'ater l.i^hts, i^arliftii-ont Jlu iili;it.s,
^hi'-.i-in, B'O.
':���',.-(;',"L\. ALT * NA-NAIMO..KAILWAA'
Applivunt
iIi.K,.B.F4BLIi5Y
Agent
, ..-HO '; . wiy7
JN'THE   COUNTY.COURT
OF NANAIMO -110LUEN
ATCU'.MHEULAN'.kn
IN THE .MATTER OE:Dauiol
Mugitii ilccousi'il, int'Astato, who
��� died ai   Cumborliiiid, K C.  on
' Judo 25th 1013. ���
AND
I'M THE.MATTER of the   '>Oili-
cial Adniiuistrators Act."
��� TAKE NOTICE that   hy , or-
dor ol" His Honor   Judge  Uai'ker,
nia'hj the 5th  day  of November,
i 1.913, L was appointed .Administrator of the Estate of  the  above-
mentioned deceased,  and  all parties-.having 'elands., against- the
said estate are h&roby--required to
furnish   saim>,   properly, vcrilied,
to-mo on or before, the.18th of December. 11)13,    AND sill parlies
i   . *
li1uiei1te_cLtcLi3ay___es.ta.te, .are   re-
l quired to pay thoi.-ameiui.t of .tho'u
(indebtedness to ine forthwith.
Dated thisi-llth day.of.Novem-
>er,  1913.;
W.. Wiobi.iCY'-Wn'.r.Ajjr^ ,
OlUeial, Administrator,
Cumberland, B. C.
WATER . NOTICE
FOR & irCKNT0'ET0-TAKi:-.AND
USlfi WATlfill.,.
NOITOR is iiomby ijivoit I bit Bm-jhi-
., -.nil, it  N.tuHViiio   lli.il\V4y ot  Viotorin,
i; C, will iiiJ^'y. for ivliiioiio.1 to la'io unci
.i.i' lOO.OOOytii.'ina pn"i lioun, of water
uu: oi lliudno   (J.,tt!,f, vi'hiuh  flowa in. ii
i i.-n.crly liiicciii.ji tii,vij\i'..h. Nuluon U'ts-
trh't niicl i'iii('licfi into Hiiyno  Swtnil adtir
l'l.'ibhi ll vur,   Tho w..|,,t will ba ilirivUcl
.it, ll0.)"ii|��|ji,oiiw.t fruiv, Uubviiy umlwi/i bu
r.RBil (or t'oiibin!' Iiuilway irtiriioisi on tho
!.;kI (InsoriiM'il.iH r,iU.vay right ol wnyThis
ii'i.ico wan po.tuil ou ilio pvoii..ii .i.i  the
3;��l iluy of Ai>i'il,,l9i!J,   "I'lit? m jtliciHi'm
-.��i 1 ho llh-il  in  ''.Mi i'Me-' "f  tb-j  Water
���\ iMinlur, \'ii5i,ofiivr ii.C-.   0 yi'.tioiu. nay
'n ilh-il with the hti'A W.ilt v Kecorilov or
'���'iiii <li    i) iini^i'olh'.r of  WiVi'i' UiyliU,
.'irhit i.c.it li'i'.liiii.i,'-, Vktoiii, ILO.
.v/i/IMAtLl' ^ :i\NALMOK.M.bWAY
A]��|.il.��iiiit
!.*.. K     V-A&IAW
AkuiiI,
���N   THE  (JOl'NTY t'Ot'UT OF
NANAlMOI-iOLDKN \'V
.s' thk   M.vrn-.r. im?  ;u>hw
ynnlhah;t)V:��towi) us ,��ubii Irhuylh
(lectinuvd, ju'wi-ati'.   "Aw died at
Itct.fc Uhuidi oa July ."��, li-Hi-*.
AMD. i
i:VTinc MA,pj.\v;iUiri>'(ii'Omi',iiii
Adiiiitilv-irivtivrs Aet"
V'AICE NOTICE thi'.l ly   Miaer of
llif. Hniior .Jii'l|_n tl.iri.t-r,  uiiulo
���INTHifi  COUNTY   C0U;tT  OF
NANAIMO  1IOLDEN AT   '
CUMBERLAND
IN THE MATTER of Daniel 0'-
' CornJI, also ..known   s��. Daniel
. ."John O'OonueU.' cli;uciised, intestate, who died at Capo Centrvier-
��� ell, Uup'.M'l District on Jammry
AND-
IN r HE MATTKri of the "Officitil
Admiuiriti'iuora'1 Aoi.5''
TAKE NOTiC.E, thnt hy oiderof
Hio  Honor   Judyo   lin.ke.i,  nindef'
iho i>ih day of  NoveniDer, 1913, 11
M'au  appoinlod   AdntniHtrulor of(.
i the Estii'.t-of tli& abow menltoiiod {'
j decousfifd, and all   parbves  Iiaviiijj; |
chiiiua ii{>nli.rtt tiw   said ��at:ueuro
he?o)>y viii:iiired to Ju-rnioli   etune,
propevly verified, to mo on or bo-
fore- the lwi.1)  day  of   Diicumbor,
li)ia.   AN I) ail pui'iiw indebted to
faid .istaSe, iirv required to ��Jny thej.
tin.oiiiit of lheir   iudubteilimva   to
ii'ie forthwith.
Pateil tliiii Il.tb tV.uy  oi Ntivym-i,
ibor, lM.v.
! W. Wv,' i l-:v \Vll./^ffn
I i'llHoiiil Ad iiii: 1,����^..    ��
! Cuniherhvixl, ?> V.       \
WATER  NOTICE.:
i'Oll A UOENtlJCT TO" TAKK AND
IJSM WATKR
,  t
ISi'/l'Iiri-. in liwuliy jflvon iUi K-��i��i-1(
ihe otli d.ivi'f   ^'.ivniiliBr,  \W>, iuvdc i\ Nunninit Jhiibvu/, ot Vintcri.,,
1 .    , ,   ��      r i   i ,i , i *.
I \u\A iiiiiMit.ti.-i    .-nimiuriiriilor i-i*. ��'��� wti aj-t'1* "" ������ "���'���' v      s
'>t tlm l'^liilw M   U'."   iti��u'*e lilcli-1--^-'-' ������  "'-"'"   ��� .' .   i
UiMici dv.'.'iU'wl. ��mJ alC   piiria-��|ir|v ,,jlie,.fft   ii,r(HiKi.  ihmr.n  DtHtniilf
h.ivilli; claims r.|;i.-!.n t-  tb^ hiii*'
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U M B IIR L&JS.R 8.EWS ?.������M[3*J&M3!K"  S!im NEWS, CTMBERTJAXD. J*. C,  itf  ��������� !"���������  ..v.  ES BED  GRAND, RAPIDS   RESERVATION  WESTERN      CANADA'   HAS    NOW  TAKEN UP COMPARATIVELY  NEW  INDUSTRY'  i'th a Combined Capl-1 branch,, is a  D;a   Million   Dollars l^Stll  Ten Companies Wi  tal  Approaching  Are Now Operating'in the  of    Alberta���������Protection  For- Breeders. "  iMilo by milt- thin linos of steel fire  creeping' rapidly northward from  , Edmonton Into tho groat hintorlivnd'  ol Alberta. Civilization ib making ill  way into Uelda long the home of! the  Indian anil tho trapper. Not content with tills the men of civilization  are offering opposition to tlio Jntllan  and ���������tho trapper. ' Fur farms, upon  which live black nnd silver grey foxes  are carefully raised and nurtured .'hi  surroundings made as much like the  wild im possible, are ' now being  started extensively throughout .the  province.  The blaelc fox is probably the uiobI  .valuable fur bearing animal in exts-  . tenco today, and Its comparative  ravity. coupled with .the uncertainty  in tho supply of skin's as taken hy  Iho Indians and trappers each year,  hits turned the intention of, fur men  '' throughout, the western provinces to  the possibilities that Ho in the raising of these aniuiftls in captivity.  Although this business of raising  black foxes, is by no1 means now,  having-been'curried ci in Prince Kd-  ' ward Island for,somc twenty years, it  was not until recently that men '.n  the western provinceB-.beeame alive to  'the profits that exist in this industry. '  Tho influx of a large number 'if  buyers- from Eastern Canada, and the  United Slates during tho seasons of  .; 1012 and .913, ������������������ however, started a  ,boom. The great number of live  foxes brought dowj. from the north  during that time, arid the' huge sums  paid in many cases for these animals  when delivered'to Athabasca Landing,  and Edmonton, instantly brought the  business wide publicity."     >  Tho boom reached its height during tlio spring and summer of 101'!.  During the months from March to  September of hist year, over halt a  million dollars was invested in fox  puppies,, and grown auimals of the  black and silver grey varieties. Most  of this "was. spent,, hy buyers from  Eastern Canada,' although William  ��������� 11. Kane, representing the fox farm  of that name at Ogden-, Pennsylvania  took out animals to the value of  $2:17,000.       '   ' -  Following the wide publicity given  tlio various big deals, business men,  as well as fur buyers and traders, in  Northern Alberta turned their attentions to the business, and fox farming  is now stepping into the ranks as a   ,..���������ii,'_[m ,*_\,.l-ri ������*. ^ - 1. .1.. _, *���������-.  ���������>-, \;,-,T���������, ������,iijO,_v..ih_���������1I1UIID!.������"���������1T ; '���������  .Ten ��������� companies, with a- combined  capital approaching.- a - million dollars; are now operating in. the' province. Ranches have been started,in  several districts iii North and Cen-  ��������� tral Alberta where conditions are  said to lib ideal'for the rearing of  these expensive little animals.  Tho enormous export of live black  foxes during the' pr.st two years did  not,'N however, no unwatched hy tho  government. During (ho winter sitting of the provincial houso of Alberta, a, bill was passed prohibiting  the taking of the animals from April  to November. As tho puppies aro  whelped ,at the latter end of April,  and during the month of May, this  law gives them iiufficlciii time lo  grow largo enough to avoid the digging out process, which; in the histi  two years, has been so successfully  resorted to by hoppers.  Permits must bo now secured from  the office, of the provincial game  warden by people desiring to take  foxes during the close season.  It is now also illegal for any person to export live foxes beyond Uio  boundary of the province without  first obtaining a permit, The. cost of  a permit in respect to animals raised  on fur fnrniH in Ihe province is $15,  and in 'the ease of animals not rear-  ' ed on the farms $100 for,every blade  or' silver fox exported, and $15 for  any other species of the fox family.  These, htsl two regulations arc In tho  way of protection for provincial brocd-  c-l't..���������Kiimily Herald and Weekly Star,  Practical Conservation by tho Water  Power* Branch  The minister of the interior    has  authorized tho reservation of all tho  available Dominion lands "contiguous  to the.Grand Rapids'of the Saskatchewan river, in the province of Manitoba, until such time as tho superintendent of tho Dominion water power  ablo to make   a   definite  especting the lands actually required for .power purposes at this.  Province ))oiut,   Dnrjng the summer of 1918 an  extensive    topographical    survey    of  this important, power site "was made  by' the Dominion water power branch,  to enable tho engineers of the government interested injiower aud navigation to design a scheme of' power de-,  velopmont  which  would   realize   tho  best use of the power resources of the  river without any "impairment of future navigation. The- hydrogriiphic investigations that have been under way  for the last ooup'.j of years show that  the river-varies from 4,200 second feel  at low water to about 100,000 second  feet at flood time.   While this variation is very considerable,  regulation  can bc provided to mako n power development at Grand Rapids a profitable undertaking.   In nny event, the  action of the engineers of the Dominion water power brunch ln having a  thorough survey made and in arranging for reservation of tho   Dominion  land required for power shows   that  conservation is being carried out ln  practice as well as in theory.  ��������� Barbers Come High In "Canada  The barber shops of Canada and the  United Slates are said to bo as lino as  any in tho world and to charge' the  highest prices. ' Comparatively "few  cities of' l'lurono use high revolving  chairs and many of these ran their  barber shops in connection with mea's.  furnishing stores.       ���������' (  In most European cities' a hair cut  and a shampoo costs' six cents, and  in parts of London a shave costs four  cents. In some Italian cities one cent  is charged for a shave and two ccets  for a hair cut, and in Turkey barbers  take' their entire pay in lips.  Many German barbers make wigs  and switches while .waiting for, customers and many French barbers  do ladies' hair dressing. Austrian barbers are compelled to serve apprenticeships for four years, oii pay beginning  at 41 cents a-week and ending at $1.02  a week, before 'hoy can own their  shops'.  Syrian barbers scat, their customers in straight, bucked chairs before  t'ny wall' mirrors, and , fix queer  shaped pans i.bout their throats.  Then they rub .or. with their fingers  lather made from cheap soap.  ln India your barber calls ,at your  house- and shaves you' every morning  for $2 a month.  ln China tho barbers' carry "stools,  ���������small tubs, razors and scissors abciit  the streets, stopping on the sidewalks to perform their-work, just as  ���������scissors  CHILDREN  DRIVEN TO SUICIDE  Pupils In Schools of Germany .Break  Break  Down  From Overstudy  ,The end of the winter school term  in Germany has again, been' marked  with the psychological problem and  annual manifestation'which has' -confronted, school authorities and.'government for years���������ihe inevitable epidemic, of suicides, of school children.  Again the stiff .annual spring' examinations have literally proved the  "hari-kari" for the boys nervously  broken down by overstudy under the  trenvmdoiis, pressure of the German  school' system. These boys preferred  death to the teproaclies of father and  mother and tho gibes of their,companions because they failed.  Just how many families .havo discovered too Into that "they were'driving their, sons to death by their goad-,  ing, their threats if they did not pass,  their reproaches because they did not  learn faster, und daily upholding before'them that they would be the ills-  graco of their parents if (hoy failed  Is not yet known,' as all tho returns  are not all in. The number, however.  Is said to bo in excess of last spring:  In, Merlin Mans .llrjann, aged 18,  failed to .pass in high school, and  promptly fired the contents of an automatic pistol Into his chest. Tho same  day tho 15 years old son of a printing  houso proprietor threw himself iu  front of a train at the .lannowit/. station and was ground to death. Iu Iho  pocket of his co.it was found 'a note.  It read: "1 failed. 1 cannot go home."  That same afternoon2the body of a boy,  aged 17, son of a clerk in tho city  council, was fished out of'Ihe river  Sprco. He, too, ..ad failed tn his examination. .       -  In no country is education the "gato"  in fact the only entrance to employment, occupations and professions, as  in Germany. Almost , every occupation dr calling except menial work, is  barred .to all except, those.' who have  succeeded in obtaining the one-year  certificate or diploma, which .entitles  the holder to serve but one year in the  army instead of two and to a large extent practically determines his social  and economic chances of the future.   ���������  L MAKE TRIP TO  TEST ARCTIC RATIONS  SIR   ERNEST.  SHACKLETON  GQES  TO   NORWAY   GLACIERS  TO .  TRY OUT PLANS .  A Preliminary Trlaj-.'Expedition to be  ��������� Made to Norway to Test Rations and  Equipment Before Leaving For ,tbe  Antarctic Cont'nent.  With the thoroughness which has  always characterized his work,. Hir  i'h'iiost Shackleton Is about to mako a  lirclluiiiiitry trial expedition under''Arctic (londltions lu the glaciers of Norway. This will Ir-'.for thoaspechtl purpose of testing tho" rations'for his trip  across the Antarctic continent, which  lie hopes to make in four and a half  months' time.  No par,ty ever started out, without  having food depots, 10 make' such a  tlislanco as that iu a straight line, but  Sir ICrnest and his men have made  special preparations for tho attempt.  Tlioy have, with the aid of the Royal  Army Medical cotps, evolved tho "perfect, ration." It will average only  thirty-live ounces dally, as compared  ivilli the three pounds ov more con-  Ruined. \>y tho average man, but ll is  believed It represents the highest nutritive value for polar travel.  Sir Ernest will be accompanied by  llvo.mcmbcrs of his staff when he goes  to .Norway to conduct experiments  with these rations and also test his  tents and motor sleds.  -gnnu!'rs-na-.D���������AmerrcaT  WRITING  UP CANADA  Mr. Lee Schcff Making Tour of Dominion-  Leo Seheff, the well known British  journalist,' ,is again touring Canada,  and- will,.contribute to'many of .tlio'  leading papcis in Britain, writing pago  articles and1'Canadian supplements.  Ho intends to describe' tho rapid  progress of the Dominion and the op-  portunties offered to those who wish to  sctflo on the land or to investors and  manufactures.  Mr. Schcff says ho regards it a privilege to be ablo to direct the attention  of many millions, to the opportunities  Hint await them hn the development of  Canada.  Somo of Ihe papnrs lo which Mr.  Schoff contributes nr.?: Glasgow Uur-  aid, Grnphle, Truth, Sheffield Mall,  Manchester' Guardian, Weekly Krec-  man (Ireland), Hu)l"Mall, Mark Lano  l'.xprops. Farmers' Gazette, Heading  Standard, British Congregationalist,  und other well known papers.  Law Makes Criminals, Says Judga  An awakened public conscience nnd  higher Ideals of the people in tho past  fooI'o of years have mado actual criminals of many thousands, according to  Judge William N. Ciommlil, president  or din Illinois Society of the American  Institute of Criminal Law nnd Criminology at Itii annua! meeting,  Tho pnssago of the pure food law  mii.lo 50,000 criminals; enactment of a  law forbliilliiR women lo hi: employed  ipon,' Hutu ten hours a day made ninny  thousand more lawbreakers, and pus..-  ng<> of white nlu\o and van during nets  iiuule other thousands, Judge Gemnilll  win.  "Their conduct Iiiir not. changed hut  instantly on Ihe passage of (lie law  they became tlio most despised orlni.  inuK  "Of tho 10C,a������9 peri-'ons arrested in  Chicago In ItU'l, one-half were clitirg-  i;il with violating Inns tliat had not  exited twenty years ago."  President Geniinlll, who Is Judge of  a municipal court, recommended the  jmrcliiiHo by Mm state of I'lirins to  which to commit'convicts.  Turkish  Telephone   GIr)*  It  scfius hard to believe that  Iho  telephone system Is a now thing In  Turkey.  The Anglo-French Telephone Com*  puny, which obtained a concession  Iri'iu tho j iirKisn jjou'iniin'iit 10 instil! a. telephone system In Constantinople somo Uino iitfo, lias cut.;-  plctrd the work of laying nlio.ur. !!<V  <i������0 miles of wire, Including eight  BUhniarliio cables Tho (service op-  mmd with 4,000 subscribers.  ,,t -  To Start Australian Building  C. J. Oakshott, official architect  for the British colonies, is in San  Frnnelrso to begin arrange 111 out a for  tho const ruction of tlio Australian  building on tho grounds of tho Pan-  umu-l'aclno International exposition,  "lleciiiiHu Australia," said Oakshott,  "has anihitiouit plans for participation It Is possible thnt 1111 application  will bo mado Tor 11 larger building  site thnn that, which lias been allot-  od to us, It is possible that a llltlo  delay will occur in currying out our  plans. In the end, however, It will  give uh a chance lo make- a better  showing,"  Oiiksholl promised, however, lo  have, the building completed several  months boforo tho Mlieduled opening  of the expo,,!'ion.  Uncrowned Kings  Apart from the fact that he was the  most succcsfful chocolate manufacturer in the world, \V. Henry Menicr,  who died recently, had another claim  to distinction. He was monarch of  Anticosti, 'an island in the mouth' of  the St. Lawrence, one lumdord and  twenty-five miles long and fifty miles  broad, which he purchased in 1896  ,for ���������,������ 25,000. M-Menier's object in  purchasing the- inland was to transform it into the biggest private game  preserve'in the world. He had it  stocked with all sorts of animals and  had two armed steamers to protect  the island and its fisheries.  ���������' Anticosti, however, is but-a- small  kingdom, when compared with,some-of  those scattered around the shores' of  the United Kingdom, which are owned and reigned over by private .indl-  ^^TialsTTl^s^i^irt^rOiitt^ftln'tflTiST  whoso present ruler is Major Mathe-  son, boasts of an area of 437,221. acres  and a population of nearly 80,000 people. ��������� Indeed, it is the largest island  in .the United Kingdom next to Ireland!' On its extensive moors and forest land tho red deer still room, whilo  its magnificent lochs aro unequalled  for fishing.  It'is in northern waters, too, that  A mm is situated, an interesting kingdom reigned over by the beautiful  Marchioness of Graham, wife of the  son and heir to tho duke of Montrose  Over, 5,000' people inhabit the island,  which is some nineteen miles long.au.d  ton and a half miles wide, with-an  area of one hundred and sixty-eight  square miles.  The Marquis of Bute lords It over a  kingdom���������th_> island of Bute,' Iii tho  Firth of Clyde, forty-nine sounro miles  in extent, and boasting of a population  of 11,000 souls, whilo.not, far away is  'the beautiful ishuid'of Ishiy, now governed by Mr. Hugh Morrison, brother-  in-law of! Lord Granville. This island'  lias a length of twenty-five and a  half miles and a breadth of nineteen  miles. Tho population, which numbers 7,000 people, aro busily engaged  in such industries as dairy fanning,  stock-raising and whiskey distillation.  The party will don polar kit and  travel among the glaciers.'While the  cold will not be. as intoi.se as in the  polar regions, tho'eountry will furnish  tho same sort of sudden hliKxards as  tiro experienced in the Antarctic. The  parly will test the effect and potency  of the rations in most detailed fashion.  Sliackleton's new ship, the Kndtir-  niice.'has been almost completely fitted in Norway and will arrive at the  London docks ths month. It is eighteen  feci longer than his last ship, 'Nimrod.  It Is a. beautiful specimen of wooden  Shipbuilding, and probably the last of  it's class that,.will be constructed. Its  whole, keel Is made of solid oak five  and'sHialf feet thick, and its sides are  two feet "thick. It belongs to the bark-  cntlne class, has the latest triple expansion engine's and will steam ten  knots nn hpiir. 11 is fitted to consume both.oil and coal. "When in the  ice oil will- be substituted for coal,  which will mean economy it it is delayed in the pack, as iho.'boilers can  be kept warm and full heat generated  quickly. When the oil has been used  the tanks will be filled with water ballast.  The dogb, which constitute an important factor in the expedition, are a  cross between a -wolf and a Scotch  stag hound, and have been bred in  Northern Canada/ The' lightest of  them will turn the scales at eighty  j)oiin_d_s_J__jyhe_i_eas--t]ielh-eavi.eriLdo������-Wlth_  trc last Shacklolon expedition weighed forly-flvo pounds. Tlioy ..have been  selected by. the experts of the Hudson Bay company and will bo under  the charge of.one of the most experienced drivers from Canada, who was  chosen hy the commissioner ot the  Northwest Mounted Police. -  -The latest appointments to the expeditionary staff' aro Sir Philip Leo  Brocklolnirsl, who was with Shackle-  Con ih 1907 and 1000 and who made the  firm ascent or Mount 'Erebus, and his  ���������brother, Lieut; Courtney Brocklohurst,  of the Eleventh Hussars Hundreds  of.'npplications for positions wth the  expedition have, boon received.  STRATHCONA LEFT $27,928,000  Over Four Million Dollars Are Paid In  Death Duties  The personal property. left by the  late Baron Strathcona and ��������� Mount  Royal, former high commissioner tor  Canada, amounted to $l!3,'.,57.000. This  was disclosed when probate was granted.   ,       '     ������ .'''���������' "���������  The preei.se value ol tlie real, rstato  left by iho testator, who died in London on January 21 this year, was not  mado public, but the fact that the duty.  pah1 amounted to $4,ISli,l!hi. indicates  lhai. hi. entire estate, real and personal, had a total value of $L'T,92S,000.  The deceased Peer's holdings consisted of six million, six hundred,and  f.|x thousand dollars of stock In the  Croat Northern -Hallway of the United States; ihreo million, three hundred and eighty tlu'.uf.and dollars ot  Northern r-.uifh: railway stocks; fouv  million, ono' luuidred und twelve  thousand dollars of Canadian Pacific  railway slock; six Hundred iiiiii forty-live thousand dollars In the Brtnk of  Montreal ;ror.r hundred and sixty-fix  thousand dollars in tho Laurenlido  Company, nnd Tour thousand dollars In  the Dominion Steel Corporation.  The family nud charitable bequests  under tho will have already been published.  '' The'household effects in, the Cros-  venor Square residence are0 valued at  twenty-six thousand pounds, the pic-  lures being worth sixteen thousand  pounds. Ills Lordship's interest in  the Hudson Bay Company amount to  two hundred and forty-eight thousand  pounds, and. Baring Brothers forty-  four thousand pounds. .  .If the will had come under tho pio-  vision of the Lloyd-George's budget  fliust introdue.?d Hie duty payable  would have been over one million one  hundred and seventeen thousand  pounds, .".nstead of'eight hundred and  thirl y-seven thousand pounds.  TREASURE HUNTERS  IN QUEST OF GOLD  ARE    SEARCHING   FOR , PIRATES'  FORTUNE SAID TO BE HIDDEN--  IN.CANAL ZONE  WOMEN GUIDES IN  LONDON  New  Calling   Proves    Attractive     ta  Persons of Education  For some ��������� years an Englishwoman  living in Paris has made a capital-living as a guide, and an advertisement  appeared ln n London daily paper recently in which an English womim  "speaking live languages" offered to accompany visitors of her own sex  around London.  There' should be, one'' would imagine, a big demand for women guides  in London, but an official at Thomas  Cook & Son's head office.did not take  this .view^ .    u ^  "We have a ��������� number of , women  guides on'our list," he said to a correspondent, "'but we are very rarely asked for their services."  On the ether hand the Women's International league organizes trips  abroad conducted exclusively by women and women guides, are- always  available for visitors to London. It is  found that their services aro. greatly  appreciated nnd mothers often ��������� ask  -for���������women.- who"c.uir"nvcct-thrlT-chud="  ren in London or at'seaports on their  journeys to and from school.       ' _ ���������  It is obvious too that in shopping'  expeditions a male guide is useless,  and there must be many foreign, American and colonial ' women now in  London who would be glad of tho services of a capallc woman with an  Intimate-knowledge of the west end  shops,  English Wjinan Headed Expedition to  v   Cocos    Islar.d,,,.Which    Meets With  .Failure���������Others    Are    Anxlcus . to  Take up the Quest 0  Maurice Eugene Oil more, former ?  hvad of ihe'de^artmcnl of sanitation,of  tho city of Vanar.ia, and at present  manager of a'largo' cuhdivlslon on thft  outsklris of that city, says that while-  nearly the whole world Is imw awako  to the fact'that fortunes ir.iiy be ni'iido  in Panama by good, hard work, there  are still u lot of fortune-hunters who  expect lo get ihel.- money by a.iniich  easier, route A short time ago the  latest expedtt'ou In search of ihe pir-  ates' treasure on Cocos Island returned to Panama confessing iis failure.  A few thousand dollars more i:i money  and several !J\i\s have been poured .  into the quofi', and Ihe treasure rests  as secure from tho hands of modem  argonauts as it has been for nearly  a century.  . About ihreo years ago an expedition organized by two English women,  whoso object in searching for ihe treasure was to devote It to charitv its  which they are -Interested In London, ���������  spent six weeks on Cocos, am, cam*  away confessing that their plans had  gone wrong.  Mr. Mills encountered his adventure,  had finished thero was not a man  rating himself as a fool for engaging  in such an enterprise?.' Vet when he  had finished there was not a mac at  too doxeu at ihe table with him hut  would gladly hav?- enlisted , bis resources and strength In auothor trial  at the pirate's treasure. Fortunately,  they are all poor, and could not raise  the money among them to-buy the  treasure ship. n   ,  "Tho expedition, lert England, mado  tho Strait of "Magellan, and lhen. sailed  direct for Cocos Island, which lies at'  the mouth of the Gulf, of    Panama,  about .",00 miles distant from the city.  At that time of the year the surf runs,  high at Cocos, and it was inipossiblo  tii land iii the ships boats,    so with  much toil a raft was launched, and by  this means tho   tools   and provisions  were put ashcre.   The-work extended'  over two months.  There are two-well-known clues to  Cocos treasure���������the first that to the  loot taken from Lima, in 1818"by an  English sailor named Thompson, and  the second that to the treasure stolen  from Vera Cruz in 1S21 by the Spanish pirate, Benito Bonlte-tLittle. Ben  the Good). P. was during the civil  strife that followed the war for  liberation from- Spain in 1821' .'that  Little Ben and his cut-throats surprised the u-easure house at Vera  Cruz- in  broad  daylight    tnd    mad������  glrit*. -  Tli<' opera'orn ������i'e all ratlve  GreekR, Armenians, Jewish and a  W Turkish. This Is tho flrsl Mrnr  Turkish womni have arcopto. work  In a pulill'i place. A school In main-  ti'.lnf.d fur trm-nlp;.. tho girls the upoi  of the exchange-  King ns a Landlord  The subject of housing Is now fore  most In tho mind of King George of  I'higlnnd, according lo ciihlo dlspatchen  Rays the Chicago Tribune. The Klnr.  !h Inloresto din hoimlng, however, not  as a ruler nf a nation, but as a land,  lord. One of the many eHtal.es from  which li I h majesty derives his revonuo  happens to bc. ono of the VioihL ^Itiniri  In London.  The king proposes to raise tho old  buildings In his sluiii lioldlngn, wlijci.  the, narrow stn-ets, and (.'(instruct In  lliclr Ktcnd YiUbHtiiiitlnl, cniumodloiiH  nud comely dwi'llliiRs,"   In thisn new  buildings ho will give every attention,  ti i      ,.,,,,..,    1 1 ,  ,1,���������  ,   . '1  ...        1  .. ... ......i.,,..... 1, .... ...,,  ,.,j  1 ,i���������i'  nroi'n carrying out Ids wl������hes, "tn t!<n  mainstays of domestic life,"  Not Youngett Governor  A onrroapoii'lent of Iho Ottawa l-Ven  l'l'cps point3 out Hint Prince Alexander ul 1 ec)(, Mimed tis Dio new gov..-  lior-general lor Canada, In not tin  youngest gu'ernor-geiirriil yet up.  pointed In Canada, or, for that matter, In any other dominion, Although.  ono of the youiigcfit, he In not the  youngest.   Tho Marquis of Lome was  WELSH   CHURCH   BILL  IN   FORCE  Cathedrals nnd Ecclesiastical Corporations Dissolved���������Bishops Lose  Seats  Tho first bill to become law under  tho operation of the parliament ncft Is  tho Welsh dls-ostabllshnient bill,,  which passed its third reading in the'  house of commons  Hcucwed interest has been taken  in the Welsh dhHistabliKlimcnt bill  owing to its importance to the church  and churchmen, l'mlor tho parliament act. tho hill automatically becomes law after Its third massage by  tho house of commons no matter what  action the house of lords may lake.  Among other things the hill provides Mint so far us Wales and Monmouth are'loncerncd, the Church of  I'.liglund will ceiiKi' 10 he established  by law; nil rntliiulralH nnd ereloslnn-  Ileal corporal Inns will he dissolved;  tho bishops of the four Welsh dioceses will coaso to he members of the  house uf ,Jordn; the political rcelrs'  lastlcnl law will cense to exist as law,  and no eci-.leHluuili.'nl court will have  any coercive Jiirhdlctlnn, the bishops  and clergy men not he members nf  convocation of the province of Can-  tprbury,  SALE OF IMPLEMENTS  Magna   Charta  Septccentenary  The 700th anniversary ofvtbo grant  of    Magna  CJiarta    by    King .lohn  occurs on .Mine 15. 1.015.  Tho RoynMlistorlcal Society is  orfiiiniKlng a commemoration of tho  event and has Invited English, American and foreign scholars and otli-  ci'H to form a general committee. The  general committee will appoint an  executive- committee lo supervise the  arrangements necessary, Lord Bryce  has consented 'to act he chairman of  tho general committee.  The famous old foundation nf pol-  ltl.nl freedom won tho'condemnation  of ,lohn from the Roman power, It  dcfilnred not only the liberty of .'n-  dlvlduals, hut of national institutions  also. Its first words In tho Latin run  In English, "The Church of England  Bhiill be free, and have her rights  entire, and her liberties inviolate."  That was In the year 1215. The event  wiib of more than national Importance, nt the tlnv), and has exerted  nn influence ever all English people  down to tho 1 resent day.  Buying by Weight  Ohio housewives arc .issurrd of golfing Just what tiny' pay for. The State  A ri'I ciil ttt ra I I'o.TiinlsHliin will enforce the law mini,'ing 'hal all pnek-  11 rp of food must, he marked with accurate, in-! weights1, Vlohtlors will ho  proscmitrd, Tlm greatest uIhik.c, state  officials say, Is in the packing of Itird.  A weight. Is stamped upon tlio ran, but  It, does not iipr-dfy whether ll Is net  or groHH. ltetallcr/i havo endorsed  tin* law. They have written Corn-  mliishinrr Slrodo telling him tint  sales of weight arc far more satisfactory than measure. Tlw-y dcchiri'  ��������� customers are better aiiilslled and  clerks save tune.  Saskatchewan Government Appoints  Commission to Conduct Inquiry  A royal commission tons been appointed by the Saskatchewan government, to conduct an inquiry into the  manner'in which the sale of farm implements is carried on in this province. They will make bv.eh recommendations to tho government regarding legislation as may bb deemed desirable In tlm interests of. both farmers and Implement companies. The  commission is comprised of tho following: Air. .lustIce Ncwland, Mr. Justice Lamont; Hon. A. Turgeon, attorney-general; Hon. W. R. Motherwell,  minister of agriculture, and ,T. A! Ma-  harg, president of the Saskatchewan  Co-Operative Elevator Co., and ox-president, of the Grain Growers' association, A preliminary mooting will bo  held without delay, In order lo map  out the course of the inquiry In dotal!.  The Implement dealers and tho farmers are showing considerable Intorosl  iu Hits  incut.  latest movement of the govern-  Ol'.lj  joar.i of aivc i'-hon oppointiid  Persia's Ruin Complete  The once world empire Persia is described as a laud mat nas gom.' "com-  I'M/Jy lo ,-;::'li ..;.,. .'.P." !���������;. ;; !*���������..::.,.���������)  army officer writing In the current  number of the official organ of tho  General .Staff, Jio wiys tliat. tlm  country Is priu'llinlly deserted hy nil  persoiiH of ellhir ufaith nr nfiiienii'iil.  iiiiii  Ulnl UiO.sll   1 1,1-   Hi.  going Into bankruptcy  lit  11 limb era from day to day.  IH-.IIIUI  Iiii-i'f.a-  ill Ll  Ing  governor-general; tlie Earl of Eluln,  't,r,; the. M.'trqithi of Lfirsdownr, .'!(?;  Cnloiirl Sliiwoi", W, ar.il I'oulrtte  Thomson, later ������������������.'id Sydenham, was  within a wreV. of rornplrtlng his 40th  year.  Platinum Company In B.C.  The British Columbia Platinum Co.,  hacked by English capital, will ntait  operation In thi    Tii'.-nur.'n   <l|-fr|''t,  Kour mining lenses  tuivo taken  on  fTnliinriien I'roik, nnd :*.**. 1 airci of  crown gran:rd land, ..ml, known as Iho  Rabbit ranch. Tin (.round Ih known to  ne thoroughly ihh !n r/ld and plutl-  j num.  Aerial Gun Invented by German  An Invention which Is d-elari'd will  give (Jeriiiany lh-������ had In aerial war-  film is being thoroughly tested hy mil-  llni'V ovpiTN al llnehorltz ennip. The  aiiparatiiK, wlucii is the Invention of  ><II     il.'jl..       Wltlv.il,      I.Mil ill1.A      ,1      illlll illiil  gnu to he mutinied on ,111 aeroplane  in front of Hu, pilot, who will thnn he  able to control both gun and "machine.  The gun can he turned in any illrec-  he   lined   iiLttliiiKt   i n  >lf   111!',   ll    1-1   MUK'll,  Iiii'm. iici'ii most nu,:.  Three Crops a Year  The canr.illnn  fumier has    reason  fo envy tho man who can gel, three  crops In ono year out of his Sand.  lu South I/Jiiihiaiiii, tho crops  adapt themselves to tho season, t-o  that hind can he used continuously  throughout tho year.  h'or Instance, when corn Is laid by,  pens nre planted., at Ihe lasl ploughing. Thi'������o are grazed off by hogs  and the hind Is ploughed Immediately  and sown In cow peiu>. Theno nro bar-  vcKletl In September, and the land  ploughed and sown In roofs rutabagas  and stock hee.tr, These are fed In the  lain spring and the land in planted  In peanuts. The peanuts are grazed  eft' In September and early October  ami the land In planted In'flovrr, A  complete eyole of crops in which there  Is oiii' or inoiu legimii'H growing each  year lo enrich the land and all crops  K������vn I Ik.- corn are pastured.  ANTELOPL  PAI1K  NEAR THE  HAT  dim, und <���������:< n  em my 111:11,1111,  tlie expelInii.'l'ts  COhSfu!.  Dominion   National   Park   May  Be Located in the Cypreir,  Hills  Also  |Mllt,  ���������airI h,  Egg-Laying Record  The pen nf Mnrn-it Rocks, owner M.  Dales ������if Fiftieth avenue,  Wrst.   Van-  lu.ivor, I:, '.I.i  tut viu'.'on;,! ��������� gg !a. li,f;  uniti".t  at   Victoria,    heat    all  v.iwld''!    -.ffl'-lal   U-v!   r, 'nn!'     Mi-  birds produced furty-^v , gg.s. in ii,.ht|ih'.  coriFPfiitho dajH, bei.ling the fornv ������������������ there  AtiMvillan r'i..p!*-' f;f t'Mrty-.-I-. <^- ia.ai'iina!  fts na. :',. |t" t'd.  Ill  ,1.1   ll.ilD.HIilll)    UlC   tilli't'lupC  which Is K   ho located on the pi  will be down thi) river some twenty-  live miles fi'om Medicine ll.it, and it  Is  likely  that   a   Dominion   iiiiilc.nai  liatl;   will   he   e-'t,lbllflh' il   al    die   <\-  pr' ps  IniiH, Hi'iiiii  nt  tlicre,  The locution mentioned for the ante-  lope park In one which It in under-  fdotnl iippialed very miongly (o Max-  v,ill Graham nf Ottawa, and EriWht  Thompson Kcton, of New York, who  have be. n ;n tlu.t.dlMtlet peeking a  c '.--'.I.!- _'������������������ aiP-n 'f.ir the j,-.M:. Tha  1 dim   ilsi   investigated   eonditloin  away "with   the   gold " anil   silver "on  pack mules.  they crossed the whole of Mexico  and took to their ship, which Wi.s  waiting for them m a cove on the Pacific. Tho value,of their hcoty is variously estimated :-.t from $ff 000,000to  $20,000,000'. They wens not pursued,  and yet the first thought appears to  have been to hide teh loot. They  made straight for the well known watering island of Cocos, and there, in a  cave in the side of ono of the steep  cliffs that rise black and steep above  the water they hid their treasure. .  Mr. Mills said iljat there had been  several slides of ca'rfh and rock along  the cliff to which the bearings point,  and that if the cave and Its ireasuro-  were over there (he is skeptical Just  now) it would take a, vast amount of  excavation to rev'eal them. The labor  involved vas too great for tho resources of his company, so the1'search  was-abandoncd.  The woman wlu. headed the expedition of two yea.'n ago, and was a  member of this latest one, is a matter-  of-fact sort of woman past 50 years.  "Our cxpodilioh failed," she said,  "for the reason that so many others  have failed. Wo could not give sufficient timo to the searcli, I have the  clue. I fcnow whero the treasure lies,  and only work is necessary to uncover  It. 1 am 1 ot satisfied with the result.  1 shall return to London and organize  a new company, and then try again."  INCREASED NUMBER OF GIRLS  Three  Will  Graduate  In  Medicine  at  ..  Toronto Unlvertlty  In the graduating class of mcdlclno  of Toronto university ibis year there  are a larger number of women than  in any previous year in the history ot  the university. The women members  of tho clnrs aie three in number, and  more than twice that number is en*  rolled In tbe other four years of the  course. Those who \WI! graduntf* this  year are; Misses I.- ,1, V. Muodie, A,  11, Spcfi'p and E. M. Cowling, The faculty of pharmacy also has a larger  number of women among the graduates thlH year ihar Is usually the  case. Mitcci H. Kei|ey and E. Cough-  lln are two of the young women who  will receise their 'diplomas in phnr-  ae> this yar.  In oilier departments uf the unlvr-r.  nlly as well girl ..indents arc holdluK  their own. There Is at present, a f������>-  tiiale t-lmli'iii Inking pimi-graduaio  work, proceeding towards the dcgieo  of I'h. I).  J Government Organ Speaks  j In nu eilltirial concerning AKlntle  11111111 Ik ni I Inn. the London l)i>Hv News  jKiiys 1 hat opinion on flu4 liicillc coast,'  l >!.,( i;,,.1,������,,. .*-.., 1 .,.'ij.,r,,'/>ii ������ ,ii,nu,.. ,6  Jin eiuph.itie .i.i opinion 'n So'ulb  .fi'ica, and it will not suffer the iin:n|.  ..ruthm of AKiaiir-H, because, that  would lower the ht.ndard of Ih lug and  make the  PailfU' cn.'i'-t ImpnhKlhle n>  ,1.    Willie   lllilllh   lll.ilill'S.      .-111 Ll 111 u   11   .J.'  lound that the existing law docs nut  sulfice to exclude Asiatics there wll,  ho foiltul a demand for most ef.fc(iv������  R-glMutinii. moh 1 In. News.  thi;; ii  v'.-l!       I'i|.   l'tti'V������N   1.111s     .-It'll    It    is   f-.,!d  v ii)   :< (Oiv.nv rvl   the    le.eath.n  nf a  Diimhilon   p.trK  m  which  life of III-'  J.r.lltfe   w!U  (it,'  j,rc-  Greece to Get Warships  Tl..   Ci.'U ! !-"ii''-.i r������:i.s!'   .,:  nauil apiihipi'intlnn bill  .���������riln   o'   ''������������������     tr  i!<-b.M|i)i1   Jiri'i  ;.   iiiiiilt-rn    tire  e\ .  ll", 1 ci-  if-'   ,-,:  ��������� ;n ' ii; *   ti'tt'.'ii.  Hi  [1 Mt 1; HT-I-.'O 111  lliill.O     J.l.l.  i.tj iic-tlnu i'f  v, .ih .!:<��������� ni',  !..  1,   :!-,   |.i  ..���������..If-1.11.4  ;o as to  til.    ������,'lv������-  '!(��������� 1 oiv-  idnn-igl������  ."������������������''<vT. -l*,w4��- .���->**�����,�����
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THE NEWS, CTJMXHERLAMD, BRITISH .COLUMBIA
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uUBUvmnw .**.*��. www
, ,,' <d   .Vj
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. $1.00 and $2.00
 00c it.clorioh
 50c i\ dozen
��� i, end  Pepper Shaken, ltovry Sets   etc.  etc.
:>..<: our Stuck of-Furniture,-   House Furnishings'
WV.1 Tapers, Ranges,   etc. etc.
ffrMNMMI
The Furniture Store
l'-'*k. A. MolKINNON'-  Oumlx-i-land
?-   .MAROCCHi BROS    1
GROCFRS   &   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF,.
CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS
��.nWVK TIMMfc'M WIMWWWtWl
i.iit fea\iie or &uhs Run.
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'-,'.-.'.: "., i\  :.;.:'r,    <bou' \our suHVii-
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.:  "J   il: It- of lllC  i'w.l.X,'1
c;-'.)':.,c!)Mi[.>;ii<j wit h the
:.���;'.:: v..- 'iiail
1:���:, Li'.i- '.':'.'viio-iuta Alan:.M .'
\":\- i:'";i ':-.  !hh:i1 were vicious, .
.: :iiiO '..id :"������:   'in-'":!' dollies,
���.';:ii  ;'i!! 1 Mjo.'.^Iu we. Inul them,
'"A'.K-i! :.:���- ;���;.!>; tin tied oh the
': ir,' i'.
Ji ":���.-..   ������' ys '!-.'������;(.- vf.y anxious
i.) i ''.-au'tiic S'.v.irthy horde,
ij'.it jusi win i' tilings looked
}.'..'.������ \ii i.f^V ic',] oveilxiiiid.
"���".!;~n'iMact,';;nd win. ri^ht in front,
il:'^liotuon "'boys stand pat,"
ii-..* V had hardly said-the words
A'iv.-u a JJindii "sw>le hi.-, li.;..
'';��� :���[,������ ihe que old Sea S.ilt'
S.ii'. i'eiL't" bold aiul.true,
'���.ii:! .������aid >lH'they'd give me'a.
Prairie Crops Not So
Light as Stated
Large Acreage "and Heavy   Se-
tiouai Yields   Will Help'Out
Total    Production ,
ir
I Agents for lMlsener Brewing Company's BEKR
I ��� . Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of
\ ' Wines and Liquors.
k SECOND    STREET A
Try
kMwnM^nHMi
HTWWIMIMMHn
- With reference to the crops in
��� the prairie,.provinces, Mr. Ii, I-I.
Stevens, M. P. received a re'as-
stiring message from Sir Robert
Borden, this morning- staling
that the Dominion authorities
have information that while a
partial failure of the yield in
certain districts is expected, the
crops in Alberta and Saskatche"
wan are the best for several
yea is, and that the, grain prospects in the eastern- provinces
aie excellent. '    .
C;P. R. officials and other
railwaymeu Have publically expressed the opinion that the de"
ficiency. of the jieid in some of
the prairie districts will be amply  compensated for  by' tlie  in-
P. Phillipps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
NOTARY   PUBLIC "     CONV YANCING
DUNSMUiR  AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
a Bottle of Wsener,
���It Touches the Spot
Malccs   You   Feel   L/ike   New,
Order   a   Ctusc   Sent , Home. ,
PIUSSNER 6REVVINO CO., LTD.     .,
also distributers for U. B.C.uid   Kcwlifc liocrs, Nanaimo
;p|ll!!lll!llllllillllllltlilllllllllillllll!llllllllllllillllM
"chance
i',1 :-i.-o\v, i hem what Jo do.
'Jive, me a box of dynamite
ind ,i gf>odly leni>th,ol tuse,
.\-i'i believe kite, I'd. surely fix
''!��� t-bunch ol" m:jd Mindus." -
��� i.wok oul!n  the captain loudly
cried,
-0: we shall all ;^o under,''
���'Well, we should wovry/' a coji
did yell,  ���
"ilu n voice as loud as thund.-r.
W liv.' Sl.'M'iuau said that '-War
is I U-ll."
I-'.' "-urc made no mistake,
i: ,i i was there anions the bunch
I'ijiI:.','.!^' knives'and boiler plate,
\V< ul lI'k. boys were R' spiny,
\\ \,,-\\ >o i cono j;ave a el.c-er,
And .said, ''here comes the
S'ewaid,'*
"Vei^ods, he's packing beer !'
, Oiiv yn\' ru-eived a rot'eu egg.
It filled his heart with diead,
J'Vr the token that he wore ihat
nigh',
Wash. l,Me. iage I'lciu ike Peai."
JltH. now tlie li^hi i*. uw\,
.I'm glad tl rd we'll   a',! tl ri u��li,
, jiut I never shall luigci ll at
iiiwlit.
< )ii ile ''Jvuinngata M.ini."'
- -Ii-Ph <):\ Biblde .Sitiyli.
N(.��tk.:i��;
CinabiM'lnud    J;,l''''tiit.'     ..ij^hl
('v'.i ol'lite   hours,  An;;, i"nh. o
.i. in. to 0 [i. in . also Tiii'sday,
'fhniyl iv and Siuutibiy. iumi ^
I.i t*>. J' a y a 1 1 bill .i a t
i; li'.'e, eoruer I)et'wclil AvellUe
���i l'irsl S t. T <��� u \i e r
c nt discount allowed Hum i,��,ui
to i.'jlh. iuelnsivc
Ivl. etrV Si.ii'cj, l'.iv S'.l.-
(t/i,'rii.'*;���'��� ji(��(*(.*(���'v��V'���:' . \y .'v. '*.'������ ''���')
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Jt* -Y
3, .i.
REDUCED
2
g
creased   acreage tinder   cuntva
lion'   Ibis year and by the   extra
heavy crops in the other sections  % " ,         -    ^          ISS^^S
Hon. Martin Burrelh minister  t G"umb(!rl;ind fo Unioil llav....;.-..... I0C< for lw0 luinutf a 1
ol agribultnre.   in a  speech   be-*  T ,,,,,.   ,r          ,, '                   ���������   <���. f,���r. ���,;������ft_<. V
,        ..���      ,.        ,  , ���. i��.    Cumberland to banuv Hay  .20c. ior two minutes .5.
tore the Canadian Clubs Asso'cia  f ,, ���        T>           ,,     11.1                 ���..��  <������-. .".������ :,,;���,,ir.c "^
4>   Vauny Bay to Liiiuberland 20c. ior two minutes J*
3C   1��"tinny Hay to Taylor-;...... .' 15c. for two minutes &
X   l'anny liav lo Union Uav toc for two minu'es T
J   Union l!ay to Oourteuay aoc. for I wo uijuuU-s J
T   Union Hay to Cumberland' 10c. ior two uiiuutes 41
FOR THESE HOT DAYS
Chihli'eii's Uoinpbrsi, Wa^li  Rlottses' & Suits..,
D.resses,  C'iislimei;n Cuats,   ote."
o �� _ Ladies' "Waists,   Kio-ht  Gowns,   Utiderslurtis,
Cuinbinutioiii-.     Corset.    Covers,.    Aprons,
' 11 oust) Presses, etc.
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MENIS^SlLlv SHIRTS,  TIES,,   FINE. ��� 0JN DEltWEAU
���THE "IBEAL" STORE    fet ..o t��rboi>
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tiou at a luncheon on Wednesday, uuide a pessimistic statement which was construed -by
many people as applying to all
the harvest. .
jM r. Stevens said he had received a reply to a suggestion
that steps be taken by the Dominion authorities lo prevent the
artificial inflation of prices of
foodsttills. Sir Robert has intimated that the proposal will l:e
given   immediate consideration.
There has been a bL��rtr run on
flour in this eity, it is repotted.
Several' of'the wholesalers aie
said to have completely sold out,
of the product. This is apparently due to the poliey.ol" many
householders of laying iu a big
stock of- the necessaries of Hie
in anticipation ol' a fi.od famine,
Those in touch with the .-nlMillion declare that such precmi
tious ;uc quite unnecessary.--.
Vancouver Province.
A  [lowerful plea,  urging that
the   building     of    sky sera pets
���]���   Union Bay to I'anny Hay ��� 10c. for two ininu,tes_   .
Also   special, night   rales    "���
Hetween 7 p. in. and 8 a. 111.
���to all points in British Columbia,
!  Three Times Ihe Regular Day Period for Ihe Regular Day Rate.
' e;f IMe Appoinlmeftls Any Time During Ihe Day.
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I  DRAFTS   1S6UED   IN   ANY^CUKUKNCY,'   PAYABLE   ALL |   ^Jj
I OVER .THK    WORLD.   ' ..   '     .      I
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to fcAVINC.S ACCOUNTS'^ ii.terou 1
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