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 ���������'jj^^Cj.-.Sf t-f-5^ -������ t-'-  ������������.- *S-..-aal*^  ���������v -'  ifll������L������K.'l  Ml VII    NEWS.  a Journal Devoted Especially, tofoe Interests of Comox Pl^-tot.-  , The Nkws, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAxND, B. C.',. WEDNESDAY,   APRIL 1,    ro,*-  Subscription $r\oo a Year  LECKIE SHOES are made in Van  couver.and every pair has the ; reputation of the firm behind them  They nre liiade fo  western conditions o,  ���������ouce tried always  worn. In ordering  your next p;.ir of  working shoes  T'py; .  Leekies  SIMON LEISER ���������& Co  .LIMITED   Diiiismnir Avenue,    PJJ.ONK ab-iJlRMjjp [<^a=!vD4='  ' The infant sou of Mr. aud  M'rsf Robert Grant",, jr., died sud-  denlyon Sunday morning".  Mr. Robert Grant, jr. and Mrs.  Hubert Grant.' sr., arrived from  Victoria   by   auto  on   Sunday  llighl.a '  Speaker Kbetts' is  mentioned  as a likely .successor  to  Liu'teii  ant Goveruqr Patterson.  -V  . The Royal Bank of Canada  has established a permanent  branch at Union Bay, wiih Mr.  T. Bosworth, of Vancouver, as  manager, aud Mr. D. Roe as  clerk. The bank has purchased  a site; and will shortly erect a  building for banking jtyrposes.  This looks   as   if * things   weie  promising at Union Bay.  ���������  -.^���������������_-_.,  If there is enough food for .everyone to have plenty aud enough  of tho commodities that are nes-  sary to civilized life, why is it  that somaiiy are unable to obtain  enough to eat and decent places  in which to live ? There ought  to be someone with brains  enough to solve so simple n  problem and suggest a simple  remedy,  ������ ��������� ���������  A man is required who shall  make the fertile fields of British  Columbia become productive.  Todiiy they stand idle with none  to cultivate them. Because of  the idiocy of our government the  land is going to waste. It has  been found possible to make the  desert bloom like the rose, but  heic iu (hia coituUy io no desert,  but a beautiful garden going to  waste. Oh, for the man of  brain aud power who shall bring  once moro this wilderness into  cultivation aud thus make British Columbia the richest province in Uie Dominion of Can-  ada. ��������� Victoria News.  ^ We quote the Foiling from the  Victoria News, and we "think  that it is just about cotiect:  "���������We have just the sort of Government we want.    Jt is just as  good as.the body of the   elector  ate want.    It is about an   average of the.whole mass   of  ciii/.-  eus, neither belter nor worse.    It  represents , ihe   people.   When  the people are educated up to a  point      where    they     demand  souiething'betierthey will get it.  The members of the government  keep pretty closely in touch with  public opinion,    When they get  out of touch they must go.   In  these days there is a   feeling   of  dissatisfaction growing up in the  community,    There is a feeling  that the   MclJiide   Govcnimeiu  does not quite represent the peo  pie as it did at the lime  of last  election,. The people are growing,   but'   the  Government   is  standing still.   Soon   we shall  want something better, and it is  expected that by the   time   the  next election is hold   there   will  be such an iusis'eut  demand for  change that there   will,   at  th?  very least, be a strong opposition  elected.   Dissatisfaction    .is    a  healthy condition   when   an   at  present, things  are  uot   going  well.    We want the  very   best  men represent..ig the veiy iiiyh-  wl ideals. Just now  the   Oov-  cfnmen't is^nny thing but ideal.1'  Courtenay Liberate  The second, meeting   of'.,'the  newly formed Courtenay "Liberal Association wiv'  held   in' the  Hoard oi Trade rooms,  Courlen-  ay, on- March   19th,   with   the  resident, J. McKeuzie,   jr,   in  the chair.    A large'aiid enthusiastic gathering greeted the'chairman's opening  remarks,    Af"ter  the regularrbnsiuess   had   been  disponed of, the delegates report  was read by-Mr. H. M* McPl.ee,  who accompanied his leport by a  sliort;spj:et'h; the other delegates  present,* followed,, and..'by   the  tone of each and. every speaker,  it was easy to see the convention  hud been a decided success.'  A very important resolution  was,introduced by Mr." iiv M.  McPhee, seconded by Mr. Jas.'  Aston:���������"Whereas the strike of  the Vancouver Island, coal miners,-with its serious couseqeucess  and untold hardships, could have  been avoided, had Sir Richard  McBride,' Premier and Minister,  of Mines attended to the 'com-,  phi 11 is that were made to him  irom tiuitt to time; therefore ��������� be  it resolved, thatjwe, the Conrt-  tuayXiberal Association  deenlv  regret, that the head ol our gov  eminent should have failed' to  listen to tlie entreaties-.of the  miners, aud that such neglect  and indifference- has been' the  meaiis of bringing "about the  most serious calamity that has  ever visited our province.'5., / -  TJiis resolutioiTwas the sab-"  ject of some very good speecheb  by the members'1" who strongly  condemned the.McIlride ���������government for their inactivity iu the  strike^ question,... aud. also *foi  their'.contemptible alliance with  . the McKeuzie & Maun interests,  which has shattered the credit  of the province. The,resolution  was unanimously, carried.  A discussion tfien followed ou  the now Election'Act,, and the  Secretary was instructed to send  for a copy. The meeting then  adjourned,  , Com.  San Francisco.','March 27.���������  The Western hiel Company is  not > et out of its troubles. The  United States attorney's'_ "office  announced to-day that the gov  eminent would institute . suit  against ihe company in about  two \vcek6 for tho recovery of  $272,843.84 fot duties on imported coal alleged not to have  been p..id and drawbacks alleged  to have been mistnted  -,>--.-  The Victorian licenses reduction board ol Australia, has closed 710 hotels in seven years.  That ���������'on tho fumju" busincu"  /eems to trouble pome peoplo n  whole lot. As il is nut u picket  funco it ia not uncomfortable. Wo  will come down off It Homo day  nnd join tho "Mud Fron "Society,"  as ne wiwh lo get in cloacr touch  wiih our. ,.f Im faiucd woiuk-M,  and cim who iiihh.uk'8 up lu tlio  standard in r'1 tltin^ja.  Peter Anderson arrived home  on Wednesday ol lust week from  Alberta, where he had been for  several months,  On the recommendation of  Hon. C J. Doherty, minister of  justice, twenty two of the Nanaimo coal mine strikers who  wtrc'scMiiciiccdjto long terms of  imprisonment several mouths  ago, are to be released as soon as  the necessary papers reach the  governor ot the penitentiary in  New We Minister, where the  strikers are serving their term.  Mr. Dohcrty's recommendation  was placcd>eforc II. It, U., tlu-  govcnuir-gencrnl 011 March 25,  v.'.ivi Uvcvplcd it ami higi.td \iie  papers for the release of the mcu,  The strikers were fined Sioo  each when sentenced. This  money will now be remitted to  thorn,  Tlio local ciiKtomfi rrct'ipts for  March wo:o * I ,.1511.10, Mid fur thirteen! yo.tr oiuIhi������ March 3M.  ���������a0,.J0fi.0O  Sandy McVicar  y\- ��������� (Continued)' ���������  r The people had given him a' unanimous call, which . he regarded  as coming from a . higher, "ourcc  -thai, they, and most sincerely and  devoutly did ho apply 'himself as  theirseivant in Divine things.  flu hnd a distinct niid definite  mi'SSHge for them, Art������>r long  ami earnest entreaty mid PORrch on  his part, one night in -his solitary  room, tho Eternal gripped him  once and for ever. . F.-om that mo  mont ho know the life that" is life  indeed,'nnd he lost no oppnrtuni  ty in extending his happiness to  Ids congregation. The v������il hail  lifted, old tilings vanished and  wero replaced by the now. The  Scriptures revealed their pure  soul to him, the Gosper stood out  clear and luminous, as cleat; hut  not so luminous, stood out the  mystery of hmium need. Ho was  consc-iouB^he had something to say  when he .entered the pulpit, con  scions that he knew what ho was  thi king about. He worked very  hard, and gave the congregation  oMiis best.- He had gentle ways  with him that appealed more so to  us boys, and today I eaifhtjar hid  familiar voice, lecturing'us o:i tlie  Prodigal -Son. Time does not  erase such memoirs, for that waa  twenty years ago. .  . He worked very hard in ' every  department and stage of his function, in study, and in pulpit, lie  sought to give the congregation of  his best and generally lent home  hii point by bringing ��������� hia fist  down hard on the pulpit the idea,  I". believe''atllio same * time,' to a-  waken 'up any of the congregation  who perchance had fallen 'asleep.  His memory was not good, aud'it  was necessary on his part to write  his sermons; verbally,, it was retentive, enough, but not quickly  reproductive.0. His discourse*  which ho bogan to writo as early  as Monday morning ho did his  host to niemomo,' spending a dny  and often two in (ho process, out  of-regard to the prejudice th'on existing against read,.sermons. JI Is  habit was to writo out his soi'iiioud  fully anil carofully as'if thoy worn  for iminediute publiciitipn.  Kxoa-ciso hia mind as ho liked  he, found lm was not to bo trusted  so ho adopted the plan of writiim  thu wholo of his UiHoourso on tho  two inner pngos of a,shoot corrus-  pouding in size to two leavos of  tho Bible used in tho pulpit, ..Tlnu  ho avoided tho olTuiiBivo practice  of having to turn the leaf and had  all tho help his imperfect memory  needed, which was no more than  to catch tho beginning of a son-'  tonca hero and thcr1,  This wiih all ho desired, for he  Jiitl no pluiiKiire preach ing tin loss  ho   waa ablo to wan the fi.eos   of  1 Shadow Lace  Camisoles  ���������MACFARLANE BROS., LTDr^'  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  NOTE Our Low Prices on these seasonable and up-to-date fabrics. BUY  NOW aud be" prepared, for tlie fine  weather: ���������     .  Rice. Cloth.."..  Cotton Crepe.  French Crepe.  Duchess Cloth  Ratine Clo'h;.  ��������� - pe"r yd 80c  ...per yd :>oc  pe?.yd 25c  ���������per yd 15c  . .per yd 40c  Large ^BBOrtment of Dainty  Neckwear and  Ruching  See our Valueo in Hats for Ladie* and Ohil-  - dren.   p-ices on the above lir.es will    .  not be lower tida season  If its the Latest  We Have it  Mac,Farlane Bros., limited  the corner store     cumberland  Phone  10  P. O. Box 100  his congregation, for after all, appreciation, brings out our very  best effort; and this uanuot lw  classed as a shortcoming.  From his manner and other ftp  appearance!1, none in tho eongn-ga  tiou could know that ho had his  manuscript boforo him; but how  did Sandy Mc.Vicitr know. This  bridge mu to tho heart of my  story.  It wan tho Communion occiudon  and a timo of usual spiritual  fervour and olovRtiou,   Tho young  minister wiii glad in his eongrcgit  and  tluiv in   him,  I fdiould mention, that on a pre  view* (Sunday, a graut -of ������10-0^0  (ton pounds) stuping, tiad Leon of  f������M to tho Church, providing  they would raise a similar ainriiiiij;  the money to be spent in buyiifr  a now bull and installing same.  The offer wan ������c'opted und tho  nmniigcrs of the Church, decided  to ask the congregation to imba.  eribe that Sunday, through the  Minister, and each bring Iboir  mit* tho lojlowing Sunday.  Mnt muimwhil.;, horn iu S'lndy  with the l'ulpit Bible which belay-", on the vestry t.blu, Ihiin btrnd  dliiig his best lieloro tho  youn^  tion and lliey in him, M the  uIoho of tho aorvietw hu stepped into his littlo vestry with   a   f,,|| ""i"t'"V ������'"J drawing hium-lf tip  ' li.. 1.:.. f..n 1....'..1..  .1  1 i... .  honrt.  Campbells  to his full height, tlrn beu'liu^  u  [('oiitlnuud on eighth piipej  r^M*mWtrtla1  Shadow Lace  S|JtL'i.d allowing thi^ week o{ frilliiig.s in white*, tind cream  Shadow Lace, Printed Chiffon. Printed Crepes, and Cream  Shadow Lace with fur edging from 25c to 90c per yd.  Novoltif?*? in Ladies' frinned <i]h: Crepr* l^our-ip-hind  Ties, plain and embroidered Linen Robspierrc Collars  Ladies' Camisoles in Shadow Lace at $1.00 and $1.50.  y  Man Tailored  Shirt Waists  Campbells  Easter  Millinery  r  * :jviac  -fr. J.  ^Klli  -, Li*'1' .;  Jlopll!  ��������� >\ {hi  ��������� rincij  ��������� ��������� ,'^\c|  1  1C������������".  iinUti  .���������  F&\  m  iu  ivoi  p;!'C(l  t'3  V.cs  Zit  ���������������������������*< 1-i  THE NEWS.;.CtBlBEnLAXD. B.C.  fr  A Debt  Discharged  By Edgar tVallacc  Ward, Lock    & Co.,    Limited  ... Londor, Melbourne snd Toronto  %  (Continued)  ritAi'TEH IV.  A Message to Mr. Hek'cr  rerii'-'lius Holder was :; com rail icOoii  ;n:d Cold "Jicl no., like eontriidietions. A  man is r.'('i<>- on.; thing nr the other,  was a f.ivorl'e saying of '.���������.is. my experience o|' life Js that lie b goi-c-rally Iho  otlllT.  J.iy floM'i- exu-'t iM-ai-mre it was im-  possil'le to ivcunc'le Yho lion garcon,  a man full of the Joy of life, a lover of  Mud Iiviiij,', good .stories ami luxuriant  tastes, with the revolutionary preaching red Hot and rebellion to those, ef-  fei������ and ik'Soin'ivli' monarch let* which  sway Kurope.  Tl niii;, ho .inVt-Uuio!\ your Kxecllen-  cy, said Hold, u" iviro-���������suiuo men arc  fruit of poses.  olio v,us in  Uif- Amcr'n-an Ambassador's, private study.  -, I shoukl ha'dly "describe Mr. ll'jkkv  as young, said His Excellency drily, lio|  is passing i:ito tho vinegar t-:Uxsf- of hisj  innocuous rag with ail (ho pomp ami  cireunistances which attend tho   pro-  pa ration of a coup d'etat*'.   The Foreign Olliee peoplo aro very touchy on  the matter, they expect li'm  to suddenly blossom fort!" with suggestions  i for wholesale slaughter.  . If lie does,  lot" course they  will .show- no mercy;  jyou know tliat the editor of ihe Italian  'paper who -.iiggestoc. the murder of his  j'king'was jailed fOi two years, and I  j don't want anything like that to hap-  |pcn lo a man of r"Udder's pos'tion.  j    1 will see what I cau do, said Gold:  ��������� ill I    Ho drove straight, to   tho   Terriers  ^y ! from Tnrk Luuo.     Holder had not ar-  '-^' -\ rived. ���������   ilo r,aw Comstock Bull lunch-  pa la-  days.  Gold smiled, lie hold iu his hand .  paper a littlo eir/ht-paged journal, half  of which was printed iu foreign ;har.-  actcrs. " The title of this publication  was "Tlio'������led "Monitor," and Holder  mad v. no secret of the fact tharhe was  the financial suppoil, prop and stay of  the little production  J must confess, said,his Excellency, I  am gutting a trille. weary ot the cranks  our beloved country sends us, and I  never expected.that a man like Holder  who I should describe us a comfortable  man, would run in I'.c direction of anarchism., "     .  There docs not seem to be anything  particularly outrageous in this number  Gold f;ai<L  There's" not been in any, ;:o far, said  his Excellency.  Gold was kimmiug through tho leading article which was printed in Rus-  s'an in characters which suggested  that some mischievous hoy had been  busy turning tlie letters inside out.  That Is the senselessness of it, said  the'Ambassador irritably, this journrl  is supposed tc'bo secretly distributed  amongst the Russian peasantry. Holder  might is well spend his money distributing special editions of Walt Whit-  -Hian^s-poeius  Gold waited foi the Ambassador to  explain the reason ior tlie urgent'summons lie had received. He had read  this little -journal month by month,  since it'had made its lirst abearance  'two years before; its existence was as  well known as the existence of the  "Times" or die ''New York American."  They tallied for a, 'itllo while in general terms, then Xiokl, seeing the "Ambassador was getting no nearer to the  explanation, isUcd. bluntly:  What is there about this particular  issue of the "Monitor" which annoys  you?  His Excellency rubbed his hands  slowly together and leant back in his  padded chair.  You know Holder, he said.   ITo wa .  lellinB'inc the other night at Ihe Tor-  - rlers' reception tliat you wore the only  American in London he had any respect  for or confidence in.  .A little smile played round the corner of Gold's mouth.  I mistrust Holder, he said, vhen he  slops over.  Thai may bo. said the Ambi.8sui.lor  earelwsly; but I want you to put to the  test t'tis regard ho has I'm your opinion  and" judgment.. Ask lilm to ftivv up  publishing This journal. The llritii.h  Government docs r.of like it. Why,  lm him imported a little colony of Russians somewhere'down in a <|iiiol and  inoffensive Shropshire lo t''o scandal  of tlio S'lu'ro and local, clergy, He  BiiillCd a little.     lie hi 'producing his  On Hands and Arms, F okc Out in  Fine Rash. Had to Give Up Work.  Could Not Rest. Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Cured.  I.nmhnrdy, flnt. -- " 1 h.iil broil fiiilTrrhiR  for (no jvurn wllh cevnn;, <m my Immto nnd  anil*, At lirst; my lifiud broko "in, In a flno  '.^"iV*.^ ""a*1" w'"-1* ft buriiliiR ami  \JlrhlnK CliuCi win hwrd  lo bi'itr. Tlm Itelilnit  /and burnliiK ncro ho bu<.  I Ii;k1 (n urratcll till my  liiiiiiliiind tirjim lilul iiiid  wornmi nolo 1 could not  jiiig at a table in the-, .v'ndow by him-  .self and crossing over took a.-sot on  'ihe opposite, side.  The young man looked ill, and hi;  right hand  was liandajjed.  .   Hullo! said Gold, wliiil's happened?  Nothing-, said the other shortly, L  caught my hand in a, door and I thin.;  1 h;u"cr'l>rala>ii <>.'.: of the fingers.  I am so sorry to hear that, said the.  other.  It ia   not    worth   while   worrying  about, said  Boll, it-, is a bore eating  jwith one's l.'ft \and, and I havo to  use a typewriter for letters���������but what  of jou?  What of me? repeated Gobi.  Are "you .used to being shot at by  s'ra.igo Kontl-.men in. the nark that  you forget all about such trifles.  .Gold smiled grimly.  I remember al' right, he said. He  did not pursue 'ho subject, but talked  of general matters. At "the end of  iho meal, when the men were Inking  their coffee,   .o returned to it.  See here, Comstock, my boy, he said  sternly, 1 am goinc to put ull'.my  straights and flushes on the table for  you to inspect and my gone;wrong  flushes, too. That man who .met me  last night was out for blood.  You surprise me, said Boll, ironically; I thought he came.to command  you to Buckingham Piilac.  Quit fooling, said Goid: seriously, it  affects you as well as mo. I had a  letter asking-mo',.<��������� meet one of my  men in the Mall last night. Sometimes, lie dropped his voice, it is essential tliat I should know what certain people are doing; that is my business. My man told mc'that he would  he between, Die third and ."ourth electric standr." 1 in the Mall, He muse  liavo been watched quis cutodiet ipsos  sustodes, oil? Whoever it was followed him to th. post. Two men representing themselves as English detectives arrested my man for loitering  with intent, and my man, a perfectly  law ab"'ing citizen.'not wishing for  trouble, accompanied his' captors..  They took him through" two parks,  bundled him into a cab and maroon������J  him in the wilds of Ilauipsted Heath.  lie chuckled.'  That was smart, he said, they left a  gentleman "b"eh"in*"d"~to���������settie���������"accounts-  wit h mc���������  Your friend, smiled Bell.  My friend, repeated th-~- other. You  will excuse mc. ' D '  Ont of, the ������������������orncr of his eye ho'hart  seen Holder Ftaudiug for a moment iu  tlio .doorway o." the dining room.   ���������  Is that a friend of yours, too?  There was a studied carelessness in  Comstock Bell's voice.  No���������bo's a subject for my insatiable curiosity, answered Go!!. With  a .nod to his companion he crossed tlie  room and passed into the smokcrocm  beyond. *    .  -��������� Holder was   .riiinj; tho leaves of an  illustrated paper..  He looked up as, tho -oilier man  came to him.   ���������  I want to seo yd1,., my anarchic'  friend, said Gold,    Holder laughed.  Am I to bo deported? he aslad, and  made room fo; tho other ou '.\^- settee  by his side; or air I In daiiscr of a  charge of High Trciison.'  Nothing <i"lle so heroic, said Gold  drilyr;',,,ou'ro ir some danger of being  a-nuisance; I happened to moot tho  Amb'a'ssado" th other day, and knowing that I exercit" Borne influence on  iny young and Innoiont cor patriots  ho asked me to iiialco It clear to you  that just { j long ns you :oi.tinned on  your sinful pu,ti\, It would embarrass  him less if you dk' not look forward  with too much oiisuriioHs to Invitations to the   'mliiBsy.  A dull rod glow spread over Holder*!, face beginning at tho buhl forehead and descending lik- a curtain  over lila cheek.  You aro the little express iiK'Sfionger  of the. great dum-it-nit? he sneeivd. 1  would llki; to I'fc my oun^i. from the  Embassy lli'Bt hand, I riiohs.  It wns the llrKt I'mo ho hnd shown  himself In tills hum, and Hold was  InloiiHOly intercut ed. This was a new  Holder and ap ugly one, The humor  had ",oiio from lils oos. the soft Uu .  about the ni.iiilf ntrotehert tight and  hard. A curlaim cjiifrudldluii, mild  Hold to himself,  Holder had lulmrcrt Imril lo renr-ii  lila pi'OHont poKlilo'.i in society. His  t'laher hail lel'l bin nrllsl lion a bare  iucoino���������llttl.i more than war, kiilll-  dent in keep body and i/ml Mother.  lie bad had to drop his silver point  wm-U and lils i.|cliing:J, iind leave Par-  Is. I-'ni" yearn lio linii work.ni in London. He dealt in Anit'ikiiii mock,  wiiM reported to luivn iiiimmod a r.mnll  I'oi'tiinc when Hoiitliorii Piiolllen boo.ii-  hIjhki ,.lo put (hem hi  water.   I uti.0 IukI to !,,,) ^lij.ijigii.   Ami I'*.' hnd nr-vor k������ok  irivn tip my work.   Then Itw'prcnd nil over j(1(] i,;,',,],-,  mynriiw.   J i-oulij not ;���������<���������.( tit iiic.lit ;i.i Mm  ....  tfi, 11<���������,>.,.,.,,,!,1 |).^H.|fr. |l,p ������,np,f j,>n fVITV  limn I wiiiilil silr ������,r nimu my hiitx'ti.  "I irii.il mo l rial nil nl- tiuuirf i.u o ,U../f  trliil but lliey r.illid lo <nn> inc. Thin I  iww llm mU'i-rti^nii i'i. in tlm paiior ftbnuii  Cutli'ura ttiii)) iiinl eihilim-iii, ho I writ for  nwimplomid 1 Ihkihi toutmthorn hIiIi v������'ry  llltlo f.ikli. I.in, ������i������ iny HiirpriMt 1 tumid  relief from tlm fi.1' lir������i. I iticin-u ii>j  Jinixh In ������arm wan-r wllh (hitlcurn Hoap  nnddrli'il diem wiih ..nod doth, then I |iut,  tlio ('inii'i'rn oftiiiiit'iit da nnd Imminent  llinm with miff, i-lolli. J ionl mu hint* of  llm Ctttli-ura (Untnicnt wiih tlm t'liilciii-.i  friup ������n<l iM-tl tliern ..tta'ly for iwo moniim  ami  lli'-y rnilrrty   ri/reil   ir.r "    isiitni'>\)  ������lrr    |l..l������^������   V     M/./',,||    \I;,v   i-    HUT  ������������.../  ..._^ ������������������ ���������- ��������� ������������������������������* ������     .   -.,...-,1  lt hurt boon n ligiit, but tho greater  ';���������;;('  (o,i !,(.<���������.��������� ������n (<>4)iibll)-i|| blnirtolf 11  Imoinboi oV tho mili-n: little eoterto ol  London'',) Aiucithiih M    uiiii.ii    ������J>.,,.  stock lie!'  wa������ (Ik.-  br'Kbt pfiit!oiii;ir  .-l,ii.      H< hi r van not  popular wllh  \ ion, roclally ho Iind to win out. Thoro  'wen- ntnrk'H ahout hiui which woiiioti  , V..' ..'' ".' ", *��������� i'1!'1'' 'ui' olroiniiBtrinoo  for a iiiati di'iiiroii'i of treading Unit  Midi to eiiihi'iiro whloh runs tIr'-iiKh  Hiu drawlng-KioniH of Jlcl^ravia  and  ends in' iho, Aiiilmf,Hii(kii''H (lltiii'.'i'-ta-  bio.  (To ho Continued)  Poor Blood  is Responsible  for much sickness and suffering because its- quality determines our resistive power.  With poor blood we are languid, susceptible to colds, lack  natural energy and ambition,  and the- gradual decline of  strength makes prompt and  careful treatment necessary.  Druses or alcohol cannot make  blood and must be avoided.  Scott's Emulsion is nature's  grandest blood-maker because  of its wholesome medical nourishment,  so carefully predigeslcd lliat it assiini-  lates without taxing digestion and  quickly increases the red corpuscles  of the hlood, strengthens the organs  and tissues and upbuilds the whole  system.  Absolutely nothing compares with  Scott's Emuwion to purify and enrich the blood to overcome or avoid  anaemia. Jt is totally free from alcohol or opiates and your health demands the purity of Scott's.  Scott & Hovnr. Toronto. Ontario,        J3.ftj  TEAM WORK  CN THE FARM'  ^���������SfBWaiKMiaw.g  The Men Who Succeed  Success does not always como as  the reward .>" hard and' steady toil.  Thoro aro mnny who io:' hard and  fail. Hut very seldom docs it happen that success comes without toil.  This fact is often ignored by young fellows' ,who arc "down on their luck"���������  r.cn of good parts and education,-, well  equipped in all respects. ,,nt one for  the baitlc of lifo, Lut who mako������a failure of it because they lack the will  to pay the prioV of success iii hard,  steady, "persistent work. ' The main'  difference between them aud those  whom thoy regard with bitter envy' as  merely "fortun Le" is often the difference between "-be worker and the  drone. Thoy want-the. reward without earning it.���������Hamilton Spectator.  Tommy, said his mother, do you  think you'll get a prize in school for  being good?  No*m, said Tomny.  "'  Why io., sir?, asked his father  sternly, laying his band on Tommy's  head. .   . ".   "  Because they con't give any, .answered Tommy, meekly.  _���������-������ ui_ ..Ha  A comedian in v Paris theatre "recently made '. gro.i'.t hit out of a pain-,  ful incident While indulging in' a  bit of horse-play qi. the rtago ' lio  struck his head violently,'-ui'rely/by  accidem. against one of tho pillars...cjf  the scene upo.i th" tlagc. -On he; ring  the thud,,everybody uttered a cry.-  "No great barm done, said he. ������������������ Just  hand ino a towel, a glass of water and  a salt-et-llar.  T1i������'sp wore brought and ho sat down  am1 folded tbo towu in ti'O fcrm of a  ba.idage,- dipped it in the glass, and  emptied 'he tialt cellar on i\)r wot part.  Having thus irepaird a compress, according to i)i'<-scrintion, and when everyone expected bo would apply It to  his forehead, he gravely arose and tied  it round iho   Mlar.  "Rmerso'iian���������Do you beliovo in the  law or coniDcns, lion?  Poor man���������I do: but I also am convinced of Urn iaw's delays.  His Dldr't Stick  Robert, ask'*d the teacher, did /you  throw anv of 'hose pancr wada sticking  ou   the  blackboard?  No. replied Robert. Mluo didn't  stick.  Many a man'n opportunity Is due to  the fast that lie always tells the truth.  ANOTHER  WRECK  What's the Use vVhen There'a'an Easy  \/Vay Out  A ,-uii,  ...������   *i   A*������  ���������,..    ..,    ���������    IIIP-III.1  of I'litJ.-um <d;itui(rjt, tiro of������<-n f.uf!Ulira  *liril all il������f> lini fnlli'il.   ?<<i!i| liy (IniBi'l'tx  iril il' alits *%'r)rtlif rr.   l.ltM-ral ^nnipio nf  cvli m.ill"l (if<*.  *lili ;ii!-|>. ISfalfi  HihiI  AiMii "i |i(i,i-t,-ir<|   IVilfrr Jinii; *; i.'Ikii,  C������rj������, Uk\,\. V, a<n\vu, V> ^. A.  W   H. U. 688  .ci������(t '.oinc ;'.;���������': dilnculi io euiiUi'iin?,  \-������' iio'ii"W.-iv * I oi'il (J 11 rd '���������'"ll. ufr.Tf  ih mu out p.iliib'i'.rtJ*"  \Vl,at in i- jou >*��������� !us now, 11:51?  I'm t'olti'CtliiK,  Collecting wluit'!  My  UjO'';;5iU  "li"'1.! v^;.���������>!��������������� .y/>   vrrr/������   li.rkv   lo  winking aa ���������������,../ Job.  Along with, ilio tea nnd coffee hnblt  has grown the prevalent (HscnHo���������nor-  vouft jiroBiratlon.  Tiio following 'otter nb.rwfi tho way  out of   ho 'rouble:  "l'Mve yearH ..t,o I wan a great coffeo di'lnlier .-.nil from Its use I became  no in'i'voua I could Briircoly n'ocp nt all  nights. My condition grew worm' and  worwMir.til ll ally .',w physicinn 1 enn-  milted ilpi'lari'd my Iroullen wero duo  in cuffi'O. (Tea lu JiiiU na Injurious  hiviuiiio It I'oiitnhiii HiiflYluo, ti.o sumo  drug four. 1 fn coffnol.  "Bill hi-liii: ho wedded to '.In., bevnr-  age 1 did :i������t Kee how I could clu without it, piipecl.vo ui. uivnkfnal, im thai  ii'i'al seemoij inco������i;)lcto withoiil oof-  fee.  "<bi ti \IhII, my frlendd ilcprlvoj mo  of coffee to-provo tr.tu ll wiih 1 ���������.I'mfn1  At the i ml ff nbmit night iln.'ii 1 wan  icHB i -I'vous but tho craving lor coffee was Inteni.c, so 1 wont hack to tho  old habit ni ���������innjs'.'w I got heme und  iho old Hb'eplrwa nightu came ' u������ir  niaking n wmil-i.of mo.  '������������������ iio'ii-fl /if Postum and decldod ro  trv ".t, 1 did not iiu������ it ti nn,*, ik-  cauKO, ii.-i i u;t._. iia..'J.i .!.';������������������ ovcrcil, \\  wuh not in.nl ' pi'dtic'iv f 'id "M >���������  f><-r'v. tha1 when mr.do after illroctloiB  on the piicluigo, it was delicl.niB  "It hud a iiooiiilng oifoct on my  MM-veu nnd none of the bad fffoetB '1ml  i'orfi'0 had no brile i;iniv������i'ii m ia/ul-i:  an-1 have uhoi' only I'oat. in p,li,f;e. Tho  moi-t woii.ler.Ciil nccount of tho benefit  . in. ilerlvei. from Postum aouhl not  e*;o'-ed my owi (iKiH-rleuco."  Kuiiui nUon b" riftiiadlan Pmittun  Co., Windsor, Ont. Write foi a copy of  "Tin' Hunt I.   V.vUvllle."  Post urn hov? cornea Iii two forms:  Heater P������itum--niiirt bv w-i) br,|i.  c.h  Instant Pontum���������la a pohiblo po-'dcr,  A tM.ft|H<unful (llesulvi;n nuicl ly ijj q  rup of hot wtit������?r an������I, with cre.i;.. mnl  supir. liiiiki'H a delleioun bovj.r.go \t\.  Utantly.   ilwi rs mil both Iilndu.  1    "1 In i-cV. .��������� Pat'-uMr" f<>v "Mctiin.  Co-opsration'!r."Farm' Work   is   One!  Thing Needed to Better,Conditions    '  "Most fftimcrs and farmers' sons mayj  know liow to tlriv  a team���������some don't, i  to be sure!     But-very few farmers or  fnrn.srs' sons .know   anything. about  lean., work���������pulJing ibgetber,'working  together.   ��������� ��������� '������������������.���������'-������������������'.-'������������������  - Tlio writer,,.'at presdnt, lives''iiv the  city when he '   at honTerbiffntte'n he \  visits the country.'    Now. it, takes' a J  country man to size up  .ho city and  perhaps  sometimes a man'' who��������� has  been -.way from the*   country   for   a  j while can see things moro clearly Jian  I the man who is right "on tho job."'  I    Well, recently I lived somo weeks on  I a farm in Ontario.     It was hero that  II was impressed with this lack of  j ���������'team play" or '"ceam work." Ou  'our farm wo believed in selling cream.  \)i paid better, than milk. So three  ���������'mornings i week bright and early one  'of us hitched up and drove tho cream  'chub three n.ilos to Iho village station.  Now, our neighbor believed in selliug  milk.' Ilo thought it paid hotter than  cronr.-.. So ?very morning in tho  week ho hitc'/od up and drove llvo  and a half miles to u station on another railroad" lino to catch an early  train to send ills milk to town. Now.  which roally did pay better, inilk or  cream,, I'don't really know. We ami  tho neighbor would"."argy" about that  by the hour. ' 1 happened (c have visited a Government Agricultural Coileg-  whero they did know all about that  .kind of tiling and if wo had spent a  two cent stamp on a letter of enquiry  we could have probably come nearer  tho truth than by months otV'argy-  ing."  But whichever pa'd better there was  a vory great loss in two farm-- . every  week using two horses, wearing put  two rigs and spending half 'their mornings whon ono man could liavo done  tlie job just as well,'and done it for  half a dozen other farmers Alc.ng.tho  line in addition.  Occasionally the farmers in this district did change works "with a neighbor, but outside Miis each man ran his  own show. .  Now this kind of policy would bank-  ^ n pt a city firm in a week.     It will  j bankrupt the farmers sooner or later.  "Under modern conditions team work  is an absolute necessity.  Now thf farmer i<. a born individualist with all the individualist's strong  points and weak points.  Think of the early iiHtlemcut- With  au axe over his shoulder the pioneer-  farmer hewci! out for himself a home  in the wilderness���������built his own house  and lived an independent lifo. He needed water. He sunk ' a well. Ho  needed butter and oggs and meat. The  farm yard supplied them, lie wanted  to get his goods to market The,  trusty team .was iTady.fof the'road.  Contrast this with city life. Tho city  hTjrrnTeTJds~waterr-;-"Iw'o-hun(Ired-t-hou'T-  r.'jul city men muse.'.somebop or other  become agreed on an expenditure* of  several million dollars necessary to  tap, a lake 50 miles away and construct  a great wate-i works system. Tlie city  man needs butter or eggs or meat. He  must bring them hundreds or thousands of miles, calling into his service  literally thoin.rii.ds .of men, from the  farmer at tho one end, all along the  transportation and distribution ��������� system' to tho deliver: boy at the other.  The city man- is a cog in a very complex machine. lie simply must cooperate "Cog-in-with" others. No- :  modern conditions are slowly but suro-  ly-penetrating to tho country. Tho  telephone, .he trolly, rural,mail delivery, machinery, shopninr? by mall���������all  tbcse:are inevitably, drawing iho farm-  ore into Iho great modern social .system. Ho siniply can't llvo an fndo-  pondpnt llfp now a-days. It's useless  to try. Tho sooner ho substitutes tho  ideal of interdependence for Independence tho better. " Tn dependence was  good for one scale of society. Interdo-  pondrneo is necessf.ry (o-day, and after all isn't i" n. higher ideal? Evoii  borseo Jonr to null Together. Team  work In-Industrial and social life is  tlie host kind of horse icnso.  Is thoro anything in all this?  Thon, is there some ono thing ln  your cominiinlt;' in which a1' eoukl cooperate; something thnt will nor, get  done unless all do co-op'ernte, Tho'  Crnadian Welfare l.-oagun. Uoom 10  Ir.diiKtrliil Uureaii, Winnipeg, will  gladly supply information conoorning  the welfare or your community. If you  write the secretary, o. S. Woodsworlh,  Swollen Hands and Feet  menu Kidney Trouble. Liniments and  blood purifiers are useless. What you  must do is to cure the kidneys.   Take  ^^uxw^^^^^^^^^^p/J **J'n P^ls act directly on these vital  .  ^rmmS^ff^^^^Tt^^^ organs���������correct all disease���������neutralize  ������.v< ^^f^jpQB^^^^^^^^^   ..iricaciil���������piirifythebiood���������relieve the  ������%Jr^^iiP**^PtommSii^       pain and reduce swelling in hands anil  feet.    50c. K box ; 6 for IJ.50.   At all dealers or sent on receipt of price.  Sample free if yon mention^this paper.     ������ 18C  NATIOKAl PRUG AND CHEMICAL C0��������� OF CANADA LIMITED.      .      TORONTO.  mwpmism  A C/������n/idi^n Knight  Distinguished Service Ordbr.  companion of* the r/inge  A P>ISTE   I THE FFD/1LUEY Owb.INoDuST  No W/T3TE   I   HAMILTON       CANADA    I No RUST  mlt,  ?+/!  Then the Court- Wept  It was a very pitiaMe case of vagrancy, and tbe magistrate seemed inclined to be' lenient.  Prisoner, yo arc- charged *.vih loitering about the town in a very suspicious' manner and with uot having  any visible means, of sustenance.  What do you do for a living?  Prisoner "wiped a tear fri ai his eye  and turned a haggard face to "the magistrate.    ' .   ���������  Your worsVp,' said he, T am engaged in maaufr.cturiug smoked glasses for viewing eclipses���������an industry  that entails i.rotracted periods of enforced leisure. "     ' .        -���������    ' .  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  The Route to Reno  "Lovers' Lane.  Easy Strei,'  A.iiinily   Avim.-'.    ,   "*.  '   ��������� No .lusic for Him \  "William (who has'been persuaded lo  contribute  to our annual  Concert)���������  Can 'ep-tinkle "Vaimer'S'Boy," iniss?  Squire's  ��������� Daughte-   r-1 liavo    ��������� you  brought your'music";    j    ^ -.-  William���������"Music!   T* don'+   sing  by  music, I si'.igsby hearsay.  They Clearise  While  They Ct're.���������  Thp vegetable- compound? uj- which  Parmele-e's v"cgeiablQ' Pills are composed, ainty i&.udoliou and mandrake,  clear It'1? stanach and intestines of deleterious matter and~lrostorc~"the���������de--[  ranged' rgan3 to healtnfut action  Hence they are the best-remedy for  indigestion available to-df ���������- A'trial of  them will'establish the. truth of this  assertion anil dc for. to convince the'  ailing lhau anytl ing that can "bo-written'of theso, pills.-,    '       '  , Prouc1      ,        ;   '  ,  ' "Prisocer���������I'll no hobo, .judge. I'm  walking from San Francisco to Para-  ma  a\ a. $10.OOC bet.   ���������     ,   ���������  Judge���������Then what aro you doing iu  Illinois?  Prisoner���������Woll. judge, to tell you tho  truth, I don't .care nothing for money!  Noticed Thlo  You'll find the.same old twis'tcd ways  Wherever'ma'nkliid flocks.  Wo hand .tlio dead ones all tho bou-  (���������piels,  And hand the'IM.? ones Knocks.  HOW'S  THIS?  Wo offer One Hundred Dollara Howard for any case of Catarrh that can  not be cured by Ilnb'H Catarrh Cura  ]\ ,1. CMKNF.V di CO,, Toledo. 0.  Wc, Hu.' uiHli'iHicuoil liavo known K, ,1,  1 .i-upy for Hi- IbhI  In yon rn mid ln-lk-vi;  lilm tii-rfei'ily honDi'iilili' If.   all   huslni'mi  trnnciioilniiH nnd llnnnolnlly nl.������lo m carry  out nny obi ,m 1 ton it.Hiio liy r.iii linn.  ��������� NATIONAL UANIs  Ul<" CO.MMHIKMO.  Toledo. 0.  Dn'i'i' C'nltiiTh '.'"i" In taken Inti't'iinlly,  iictlnH illri-i:'''/ 11 noii Iho bmoJ und nine-  mm Hiirl'iier -i' 1J11 i./Hlom, 'I'l'iMlinnnlnla  11. nt fiou. Pr. i.75 coiit.'i per boitlo.  Hold   by   nil   ������r    <i[,A '��������� ���������,���������    /(  Tnlif   11a.. 11   I'liiuUv   Plllfl   for  eonutl-  pat ion.  The eiiitor of u floiirlHhlng Journal  I" a California town recently called nt  ilio '"li(>iiu������ of tho brldo'o inirontfl" tho  dny iiltnr tlio wedding Ilo wna de-  HlrotiB ot tolling hiu rcadorn all about  Iho eve-lit nnd wlHhed ,to glvo the ydiiiir;  emiplo n good "Hond ofl" us woll. Tho  brh'i'H mother uv.'t him.  Good inotM'iig. Mi'H. Jonoii,,Hiild tho  CtlilOl 1   llilVO   Ciuil'd   iu   i.i.l.   .���������';',....  Ut-J <h ;..i'r    ���������* "ihe weihUlv.  CiooduciH, .-I'T-llod Atni. .Touch in  digamy. 'J'ht'y'ro nil gone. You  ought to nave unmo last night. Tli'.-y  nto ������vcry scrap. '  JlllWkinU���������"l'OU lOOli   0111. ul   hvllifc, vuU  man. ' What'Ih tho trouble?       ''���������  PiVrkor-^Jimt loHt t������y now allli 11111.  Imilln. '        ,  IlawWnn���������'How did It' liainiunV  PnrUor���������follow tl,in.t. owned it hap<  period to comb Into the ofllco and ro-  cognised H. '   -  lonen. who doenu't own a motor co.r.  ami In never likely, to, waa met nt tho  motor BnoW by a frloilil who exprciteoil j  nilr'nrlflo to mo Mtn thero.  Well, ftthi J������>'*iprt. t(-'������ lovely once a  yrr to co������i^ nnd look at a whole maws  of cnr������ that you don't have to dodtfc  PILES CURFD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will r'efbiul mouoy if  PAZO OINTMENT falls to euro any-  enso of Itching, niind, Dlcodlng or  Protruding Piles in C to 14 dnyB. GOo,  Plants Grow on Tcleqrnph Wirec  Tn Porto Hlco, "/hero the air is  moist and balmy, air, plants find lodgment; in odd places, none of which  ii'.trnct so much. attention from tin  casnnl visitor as when -hoy grow on  tho Llophono and telegraph wires'. Tho  insulation rots In pliiet's jnid tlio  plants tnko root, grow-and thrive. In  ^once., especially, considerable Inmblo  in caused nnd now wires :. put up In  plaeo of old ono������ ns thoy arc hard to  ke.op clean, Air plants aro referred  to i,^ "current hur.hos," or- "elecnic  light, plrints," but nro really a variety  of UplphyteH, a oIiibh of' plnut life  to which l.ho orchids belong,  He Hated a Hypocrite  ��������� I  tospise - hypocrite.  .'So do I?   -     -    ."- ''.    "���������"���������.; --���������  Now, take Jackson, for example. Ht1  is the biggect hypocrite, on earth.  Cut 3-ou appear to be his best friend.  Oh,, yes; I trj' 'o "ppear friendly to-,  wards him.    It pays better in tho end.i  A GUARANTEED REMEDY       ���������  ^ FOR XimE ONES  Baby's  Own  " "lots'aro  the only ���������  medicine for little ones that aro Bold  under a.' 'guar..nteo   to- bo   perfectly -  safe.     Theso, Tablets' aro jacked by  the, guarantee uf a government anal-, '  ysttr  bo strictly froo from opiates,'  narcotics, and other   .harmful   drugs. ;���������'  Tho mb'.'ier may rest assured that she  can give them to ovon- 10 new-born '  babo with perfect cafety.   Thousands,  of mothers "use no other medicine for"  their Olittlo. ones, and from actual experience'.they all   say   nothing   can'.'  equal tho Tabletfl in banishing child- ���������  hood ailments.    Tlio Tablcle aro sold  :  by medicine dealers or by mallat 25  cents a box frciv. Tho "r. Wl Ilia ma'  Medicine Co., llrockvlllo, ()nt.  ____      1  Gentle Hint  A. fastidious old gent Ionian was enjoying a cigar with a irlwnd ono after'  11001..  n'b.o gucnt, having reached the ohd  of his Ha van?., hurled the stump from  him on to tho well-kept lawn  What mad i you throw your cigar  thero? said the old gentlcinrr. angrily.  See how unsightly It ia 0:1 tlio lovely  grass.  That surely won't do any harm, said  tho other, for nobody would notice a  little thing Jiko that,  My .lour follow, ncir-mnly replied the  old gruiiiblor, its just HUlu things like  U.0H0 that constlttito tidluest and tldl-  news Is half tho comfort of .Il'o.  lllr friend said no moro for a timo,  nnd, in a few minutes he nroso InirrJtd*  ly, iliBappouroil, nnd was absent for a  full .wonty mlnu en  Whero on etith havo yoi bJon?  Hiild his liost wbc. ho roturned at last.  O'.i, I've only been aurosq 'the men.,  dow to uplt in tho rlvor.  A ilomoflllc was onco givon pome  inae.iiroul by hor nilnlretifl lo preimro  for iho table, Not.Pliig Iho girl's sur-  jirliie, the .ndy unkod:  iJliln't you cook ninciironl nt your  last place? "    ���������  (fook II.?    Wo unod thoi'.i things to  light Iho griB with.   r-r-  UORcniary���������A Frnnoli nctrcss who Is  louring fhlfi country says nil mon aro  pi'iivnricntorfi,  Thornton-~81io probably JiiOrscti' Hie  entire inalo sex by her own promi  iigmitB.  Minard's  Liniment Curea  "."oUIb  Etd  llfiinfiitior   ban  It now  ai<y.  (irltiiKM'id   nnrroit  just bought a i'.u'iii,  l''ori!St Ki.ist���������iJni-if, he  I hi.if about f 'mlng?  (Irluinind Unrrott���������My, yes! Why,  Jin played In "Tlm Old llompptcna" nnd  "Why Down Ki, it" for yearn.  All Thai's Left  Mrs. (iondsUo (feeding trump)���������  You sooiii to havo . good appotlto, ���������   .  'lungry lligf.liis���������Ah, intini, dnt'ti nil  I liavo left in do world dnt ��������� kin right*  ly call mo ow -.  Woiiiaii Is As Old As  She Looks  Wo wom������n wtnti to look olJ. Many In tliilr tftort to lanV  youthfnlr������iorttoth������"hMut.y<lootor'ii"|irMerliitlaiif,Tii<i|rnili������.  Uk������ lit butt by ������Ult thu wr������nu!(Ui>i\rlnicn'. In thtarurii tore,  JlAuuty dcpVnrli unon hcilth.  lirltfM nnd wnakriMi*"ot ���������dnnnriiy iem,(.n,t.t.4*������������.vt( i,,������  thart tlmo-bilnir ".hn dull ty������, (lit' erow'i f������t," th* liBffmril  loov, ilrooplne iholildcr*, and th* filt������rl������r "tip,  'roriUIn tho������t>p������M������nm of youth you mint retain Imalth,  lutMit o( lotloni, powdrn tana tiilnti. uiIc your dniffiritt f������r  DR. PIERCE'S  Favorite Prescription.,  Ttil* faMiUM wndlflnl" ttribti ������t th* vtiy root ������f ttiM������  ���������oetulci of four yixuhfnl ������pr������i������r������no*. It Bwunt you r,ot  ���������Atr /���������������* r������������������r. but f*tl younr, ���������   .,  V������������r *)n>m*t im iumIv v������u tn ������**** ���������ri������fcl**J f ;n.ti������r ������*"*  io������n������-c������i*r*ttm������t ������������������Ar.fl������r������r������ M������������Mil������ M������t������l jnjl ������nr.  gl������������l laoUtuU, atullkl������/M.V. *4* trtal bain will k* mailM V������,, NOTICE is hereby Riven tlct. application will ba mado. to tha Superiiiteud-  t-ntof Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to jsell liquor by vrholeaule upon  tha p'lon'ises eitmtid on Lot 6, Block 15,  Cu:>borlnndTownaite, Camiwriaudi, B.C  ClALI MUSSATTO, Applied.  D-tedtliis 1st d.y <-f October 1913.     ���������  M    ' aaaaaaaaaaan���������'   '  NOTICE ia luroby given thit ou the firht  diy of Dio:n!������ur next application will be  made to the Superiiiteadet't of , Proriucial  Police, Victoria,' fer the renewal of the hotel license to Bell liquors . by retail ia tne  hotel kuowa as theL.rno hole., situated at  Comox, 8;C.        " Gkorge M. Bablow  Dited October 1, 191&  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of November 191.], application  will be made to the Superintendent ot  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  wlule������ale liq'i ir licence upon the, premises known a* Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson District, .'  P11.SKNKK Hkkwikg Company.  Dated October ist, 1913  NO TICK is h. reby given that ou the  fir.,t day of Meoouiher noxi iipplutitior.;v������ill  be made to thb Shpc inteoduut <>f Proviu-  oial Police., Viet-li.i, f-ir a r-utswnl o( tho  b'doi license b> sell liqiMM b. retail iu  tho hotel k'lowu Hi the Union hotd. H.t-  . unto at Ui.t.in. tt.O.   .lou.v N. McLkod  Ua-t-d the 1st day of Ootob-r, !!)13  NwTlCKiB her by v.'iv.u--that ou the  first day of I) ���������eomlior next, ayylwatou will  (10 nude to 'Uu -japa-incoculeat of t'rxviuoial  Police, Viotorla, for the renewal uf the ho-  tel. lioonaa to sell liquors by retail in the  U itel known as Uie livcf.ide hotel, niUiv������o  at Courtenay, R. 0. 0. 11. Fhcukuu:  DvtedUotobbrl, 1913.  i.a������aan������a������aa.aaa ��������� a,,  , NOTIOK is Hereby Rivaa that on the  6r������t day of ..Dicomlu-rut'xt application will  be made to the Snperii.tenJei.t <t Pri-vin-  cial Police, VU-toriH. for therenowalbftbe  tiotel license to s<4l liqaora by iets.il in the  hot -1 knnw-i as tlie VViUou hote], situated  ������t Uuiai. Bay,K.C.  Alvrkd IUpkk Hoksk  Dated Ootobet 1, 1913.  . NOTICE U hereby gireu trmt oa the  first day of December w-xt anplicaUon will  be made to the Su|.erititendent of. Pro.vin-  eial Police, Victoria, for tha renewal of tbe  o bo-.ii licauo to sell li^uo:a by retail in the  bo>i-l kno-vn as tli,������ JSTolsou hotel, aitiivel  at Onion Bay, B.G. Jouk Fkaseu.|  '    Datod Octblier Ik*. 1913.  The Courtenay Hotel  ���������    Ev?ry convenience for gueBts.  The Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  ���������of British Columbia, Ltd.  THE S. 8.. COWIOUAfl   WILL SAIL AS OttDEil  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Routs  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. 111  Tuesday 11 p, ui.'  Leaves Uuiou Kay, Sunday, 5 p. iu.... Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  "s.      For Deuman Island, Nanaimo and-Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves .Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  , For Nanaimo, Union Bay aud Comox.  ' Subject to change without notice. '    "  waft  SV22::SK*\  "^^-Sitlv" *V3?.' *>  S^  DRINK  The purest aud best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  Si  Union  J.   ST.   McLEOD      "F-Eao-piaiEXor.  Eoghah* x BURTON atwuyaou tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEKItS���������Anbenaer. Bufceuiian, Sehlte, &e. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY.*\       Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  Tbe JtoaraUag and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendeuoe  ... will bo tou..d First cla&i iu every reepeot.,  *(ftAT������S9 ���������      ,,3.     ...   ������.        ..'���������,.        ..  pi 00 per day and TJp  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.,  NOTICE IS HERE1.V GlVENthai  the reserve, the,,notice of which appeared in the li. C. (..uette on the 27th day  of December, 1907, is cancelled in so far  as ifrelaies to the following parcels of  land:���������the W. 1 2 of the S. E. 1-4, the  S. W. 1-4 and the S. 1 2 of the N. \V.  l-4������cst of the river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4, the S. E. 1-4 of the S. VV. 1-4  and *hc N. E. 1-4 in Section 5.; the S;  1-2 of the S. E. 1 4 in Section 8; the S E.  1-4, the S. \V. 1-4 and the E. 1-2 of the  N. E j-4 in Section t6, and ihe E. 1-2  of the b. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Sayw.-.rd Dis rid, and  the N. E, 1 4 of the N. E. 1-4 in Section 32; the N E, t-4 of the S W 1 4 and  the N W'i-4 and.NI 1-2 of the N E 1 4 in  Section 33; the N i-2 of the N \V 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34; and the S 1-2 and N W 1-4 of ihe N  \V 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  Say ward District.  Thc'siiid lands will be open for en try by  pre-emption on Monday, the 18th dny ot  May at the hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon; all applications to bo made.at ihe  office of the Government Agent, Vancouver. No Pre-emption Record shall  include, more man 40 acres of land ex-  cept; incase"! where it is desirable 10 'include small iraction.il portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which con  ncction'inay be obtained from plans on  view at the above mentioned Agency.  0 ��������� R.A.REN WICK  Deputy Minister of Lands,  Lands Department,   Victoria, 11.   C,  February nth  1914.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, BX. 1913  ��������� RECEIPTS  Gov?t grant to Cit)'  $5037 U5  Gov"* grunt to Camp...  1008 2fl  High School f������os......    370 OC  Spi-'cial Gov11 grant.... "2500 Of  Paid by  Gity  of  Uum-'  borlaml      3110 70  .   Total Reculpts. ....������1^392 00  OVEa 6S YEARS*  Trade MArata  DC3ICNS  Copvriqhts &C,  Anvonoscndtng laBkctEhwiddeacrliitlinaay  qiilbKlT luii'ortnln onr n;>iolou <t������8Khoil:rr aa.  laronMon ia prohRhly ixuentiihla (.'oaimm '-vv'  tlonaMrictlycoTioaot'MiJ, H^tiPOi'CK on Pnwcta  sn.tIroo. (>l<10Bt nccnoy (oruoc-UTiuaTiiatenit.  l>iit<K:ts tttlctn tbrourti Munn A C<X  ipieU* notice, wlthoulclir.T-KO, la th9  A liHiidwmoly llluMmtod vi\; ���������->, ������ ajvcjt eti *  culMion of sny HcleRtlflu Jiuyr,. T-i.m������ tor  LWnuuii, 81.71������ yew, potisf,} ;-rejwt<l Si������d vy  nil nowAtios'., rn.  l!r������iich v/i- in, U5-,',? ft., 7\ -:y>., (.. > .' ,t"  tip* OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE  Brewers'.Dried Grains  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  - Distributors  \     .NANAIMO, B. C.  None but the Best of Wines aad Liquors  at the Har,    '  RATES REASONABLE  ���������John Johnston,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOLDEN AT  ."' NANAIMO.   -:  IN THE MATTEli OV WilHniH'  Herbert Hatton   decefised, in  tt-ietato, late of Uourtoruiy, B C.  AND  IN THE MATTEU of the "Ofli-  cinl' Adiuiiiistnitora Act,"  , TAKF NOTICE that by or-  dor of Ills' Hoitor Judge  Marker,  miitlii   on   the 11th dayot:   Feb  ruivry,  W14,  I    was    appointed  Administrator of tho Estate of t3i������  abovo mentioned deceased, and nil  piriea having claims against tlie  said estate aro hereby  roq^riii-cd to  fiirnUli Bame, properly verilied, to  me on or boforo tho 15th day of  March   10 U.   AND    all    par.  tied imlublod to said op.nto, ave ro-  qtiirtMl to pay tlie amount oCtlioir  iiulebttuinosa to mo forthwith.  Dated thia 11th day of Fobru  nry 1014. ,  W. WbsiiKy WiMiAttn,  Official Adminiutratoi',  Oimibcilaud, B. C.  tt*i������i^v������M'''v**"^^  O. H TARBELL  Little cubes of metal  Littlfe tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE Is hereby given (hut  ou the 1st day of December-next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial pol  ice for n license for the Eale of  liquor by wholesale in and upon:  tlie premftea eit.iatcd in the town  of t^Cou r t:enayr"2rCr~fe now n~a no"  described aa Lots 30 and 31, f?ec-  tion$l.  Dated tbta 11th day of Oe.ober  1913.      -   , -       .  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd."  John Miiroccbi, Manager  Applicant  KXPKNDITURE  Teachers'' salarie'i ....  $79:25 i'0|  Janitor - ;       'lJ10 U0 |  Sestvi'ii^'i- ���������.'... . . l<l!"f.ii.)|  Telcgruiis. teli'phoiie., , tl Of  A, Maxwell-, hauhmo... . It 00  Potter it; Kirk bride..  hanlarre  12 00  T. I). McLean, stationery  and  repairs..    "     Av 00  A. II, Peacey,   station-  cry and books..,. 03 1������"  Islander, printing...... "j-1- 00  News        . ������        ....     '   10 00  0. II. Tarbell, supplies  ' and labor  4.4: Di-  Dr. G.K.MitcNancrliton  medical inspection 112 o(>  Tlionison Stationery Co,  books ;.. 23 20  Free Text Book  Office  books-  25 00  J.J. Doufrgan,  Trustees,  Association,. 10 00  Daily   Province.  advV ' 2 70  Sou'y's salary  12  mos (30 00  Newbury &' Ashley,In-  surance, new school 145 00  I'oslagH- and    etation-  ,   ery, 12 mos  10 00  W.m. Potter, labor     ,    33 50  1).  Kilpatrick,   coal.. ���������  hauling..... ��������� 22 50  (J.O. (D )Liinited.  coal 127 50  S. Leiser & Oo;^   chalk -1 0t:  Shibata, clock  G 50  ILiyinai)ifcMcRae,towrs 1*2 25  T. E. Bate, hose, glass  sundries  -22 5'  Ki*?  NOTICE 'I'O CONTRACTOR:-,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNEWS.  "Nuff Said."  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42..  NOTICE ia hereby given, that,  on the 1st day of December next,  application ^will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence  to eell.liquor by retail in tho bote1  known aa tne Mtilasj.-iiiu Hotsl.  .-i'.uato at Lund, in the Pioyincoof  British Columbia.  Dated this 8lh day. of October,  1913.  FRED THULIN  Applicant  7 70  (r. Dow'nea, books....  L.  \V.   Nuuns,   water  ���������   12 nicfi   Roys ton   Mill,   lumber  High school pupils, six  day's   teaching..'.  "School keys   Wasliinrr towels   Special grant cxpendit-  ture, Clark&S'tewart  Co, Ltd. funiitun-t..  A. McKinnon, l'urn'tre  Septic tank '....    , 275 00  Repairs to old school  . 800 00  Maps '.������������������������������������������������������        45 00  Labor ptitting   in   now  .   desks       100 00  34 00  5 55  12 00  1 30  0 (30  1150 07  200 00  SKAl-KD TENUSRS, superscribe..'  "Ti'iiilvr t'.i Lock-up .".tut M.iniod  Ci������nstril>"ttS Q.i'ii'mu >u 1'omcII. River.*  \ill be reicivcd by tho lloi.mirilj'e ilw:  M'i>isti.T of Public Works up \n noon of  Friday the 2oth diy of Febiu.iry 1914 for  he erect ion anil ccinn'eiimi rf Iri'k-up,  ind married constable's cpaitc;.-; al Pov.-  ell River, in ihe f.'omox Eiectcial  District. ���������  l'lnns,   specificti.io-i.--,   conti.ict     and  tortus ot tender mav t:e stxt-. on mul ;rf..  ter ihe 2nd clav ;>f February 191.1,  at the  office   of   tlit:    Pioyindal Cotuiiablc,, -i  I'fAvell   Rivei ;   Mr.   J',   linird,   Govern-  msat Ayent, Cum'biTlanJ, H C^Mr.  J.  Mahony, Govcrnmeij: Ajjent, Vancouver'���������  H.   C.;  or   the   Dcpji'tment   of   1'jblic ^  \Voi'k������, Victoria'  Intending te.ndeier< can, for the sv.:\  of 'ten doll.it>������ (i'^Ofi, obtaiu oi.-e  copy ot \\\c o'fim and specifications by  .ipplyiiiy to the undersi^iv-d, wbi'.l: s>utn  ������i!l be refunded uh iheir return 'tn  good order.  Each pioposal must be nccompi.niec  by an accepted batil; cheque or c<:t'lifi-,  rate ofdcpo-.il <'n a chartered bank cf  Canada, made pay (blc to the Honour-,"  ible the-Minjstcr of Public Work?, for a  in., equal to lorer cent'of tbe tender,'  iiliich sh.ilLix- forfeited if the party icn-  ilermjj dtxziine '.c er.te; into ^oiuract  i\ hen" called uuon to .do so, Ut if he lui  ���������o complete the woik cciitractcd for.  I ho cheques ot certificates of deposit of  'in^ucces^ful tenderers will   he  returned  ..- t km.. n.A.^n_^t l.ft nvfi^-til ion alf th*������: .  1,.������������������iih\__ 11 wWvJ.i ^ll'i.������������������-..*.������������������=���������*.-. ..'..-^��������� ^.  ."1"^���������  contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless'  made out on the   form? supplied, s'^nsd  with ihe actual signature of the  tenderer and   enclosed in the emelopcs furnished  The lowest or any lender not neces������n.r������  ily accepted.  . j. K. GRIFFITH,. =.  ������������������   Deputy Minister and l'ublic Wtrks  Enyineer; Department of Public Works,  Victoria, 11. C, January 31st, 1914.  fcaj ,  : feiS*  HIGH  A������l aJl KITCHEN 15UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  ami  General Hardware  "A,^^W<������MA^/������A������*M^  Violin Strings, Talking ma���������  chine needles and Victor Records  for ������:ak at tho Newa office.  DoitM   forget  to  place  your  next older for printing willi.us.  NOTICE  Auy person or jwrflona, cutting,  removing or taktifig any hloclcp,  timber or wood, of any doficrlptioiln  wlonginrr to th<������ Wellington Col-  liory Co'y., or from or off the land  of tho Raid (Jonipnny, or nnyouo  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon Uie compjiny'n  laud will bo profiecntod- to tho full  ox tout of tho law,  J. ll J.O0KARD,  Gtinoral Nfanartor,  .CoHiory.Oo.y,  ~" MOTIOB.  Riding on locomotivoo and   rail  way care of tho  Union  ftolliory  Company by any porson  or per-  Bonfl-Hoxcopt tain orow���������iu strictly  prohibited.   Kmployoou nro ������hIh  fee to distnifleal for allowing uam-  Uy order  J. R.  LOCKARD,  General Mauo^e .  IN TUBl COUNTY  COURT  OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUM HE ULAN J)  IN  THE   MATTER  of Thoman  Binith, dticctiHod, inlootnte. who  dhjcl in Nelson District on April  2flthl.   .  ANM)  IN THE M ATTIC Ui of tho-'OtTicinl  Adminifitrntorfl Act"  TAKE NOTICE thnt by order  of Hiu Honor^JudRO Unrkor, made  tho 5th day of Novombor 1913,1w������h  nppointcd adtniniutr.Uorof tho Et**  tnlc cf the above ..ujnl.G-ncd dc-  cousin), uud all (KUticd haviug  chiiuiBjagairiHt tho sufii oelato aro  h to  furninh enme,  properly verified, to mo on or bo- [  for������ tim 13ih dny of Dncninber,  1 111 18. AND all parties indoblod to  sa'.d eotnto, aro required to pay tho  amount of thoir (ndobtodnocfl to  mo forthwith.  Datitl thiti llth dny of Novem*  hor, 1013.  ���������yVn.ujtr),  OfilriRt Adminhtrntor,  Cumlx'tliUid, 13. C  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  NOTICE is hoioby. given that,  on the 1st day of December next,  application will bc n.ndn to the  Sii|iorintondutit of Provincial Police for renewal of tho hotel licorice  lo Btdl liquor by toltii) in tlio hold  known as.tho Willowy Hotel, flu.-  uto at Campbell River, in the Province of British Columbia';  Dated tliia k8lh day of October,  11)1 II.  CIIAULKS THULIN  !' Appliount  mv***wmMimmf*+ri*4*mm-i&>*-air<ir*frvm*m*f.������*riti t+ir**xt+mtm  I^yib't!^, Bj'ij  >*Mii-it>S'iL''V-i  %iwi^ ^[" -  '-.ti.V.'"  Total oxpondit. 1913   81231IS 0������  High school fees duo $54 00  Respectfully  submitted.  THOMAS H. CAREY,  Secretary.  Hoard of School Trustees, Cumberland," D. ������, Jan. 3, HIM'  1 hereby certify that I liavo examined the books and accounts of  tlio Cumberland public ami high  nehools and Iind them correct inset forth above,  .J.STEWART,  Auditor.  FINANCIAL     STATKMKK T  Cumberland Night School  30JO  "ueckiptk  Govornmenl Grniit  ������M0O.O(i  ���������Subscription     Hi"/. 00  /.'���������  I  Canadian dovcrnncnt testa  tu  uliovy wo liavo tbe pur'.**",  p t  IjiHetJ.'a ,n'u:i������. by ttr.o ������'J������  bcfi Bakcru nr.J Get ore- ^ fy ':'i  iW cvcrv.wltcro.   Cost.a no k^\  {* "nftrlor fitt]  The Ormi KnglMi   Jiumtitit.  Sol 7.50  KXrlCNIHTURE  Tt-ftclnM*' tiiilmv.) months ft.lBO.60  ���������J'onmiftndinvlL'o������iui������t.l.������wholij".tni.Ttoi* " ��������� 15,'K)  uorvoiui dyalotii,  mukcii   i.nw   "i"-1-"  Jllcul ill Old Voll.lt CHlViliWl1  iw, IkAVit'y, NtNtnl ami Jimin Worry,Jhn-  WiiuMnw, fitxual Wtnktm������, JSnmmatiH, him'  JVMIiAWOf,     miUwiutu, (uulJiiffixl* nf tlbiufiur   .u>������- *  "i    " -"   '  '     '     '"     '       ' ' "  PrWllpop\w.\MxfnrlVt.  Or.nwill plunfU,(.x  will otira. Buld by all druicKiBM nr uuuluil pi  pliun ������l������r. 011 rocdiit of i)iii'u..>Vii  wUr'lMfitJT*io Wood  LiRht ������ 17.H0  CV.li on hanil Do.c. 31,101'? r,.no  ood MAieliiVqa!_'". I Total oxpomliuiro 191JJ    jjio 17,50  Toronto, Ont.  NOTICE ii lieribj' give:? Hnt ut tlio  next meeting of tho Board it LicuBoGum  tutiflioncrfl of tbo Oity of Cumberland, wo  Ititoud to apply for a ronovral tf tho hot-  ol ltooiwto lifllJ by us fur tho Vou<lnno  Hotol, nltuutodou lot ft, block 8, (.'nml or-  land TowmlU  JOSKI'H DAMONTB  .n)-,r,ni TODACGO  l),toil Ootober -������)tli, ItiU!.  Ri'������pt'������lfblly Biibmilted  THOMAS, H CARKY,  Secretary.  I hereby certify that I havo ex  amir.nd the IhkiIcb uutJ'iicconnti3 of  tho   Cumberland   night    school  and l\n<\ thorn correct ns ?et fi'iih  above.  J. STKWAItT,  Anditov,  tf./**        *4   for *|''iM trtKw, fy pur or,x.  vy    ii*.)  KoM i'" u!l Uihij.-.-w. ������r ������::.*  /     vr      l" i'"''  "J" Juftiii. ft tvr.������a  /       >i,     l-'a^inianM''. AMt^if  TW  *MifMceicnif'Co.aTbPONTO.&Kr. 'A-v-rlv \vH.it-.<:  aaanaaumarwui,aaaaaraa-aaai #*..nah an*. ������������wi������..a ��������������� m. .* . ..������*���������*������  ILOOK :0UT!i  f:U  the Mill: ...i);un  with the Ciivcii I5t>.\  PRlvSli MILK AND  J'ARM PROUIJCI;  /v..   *������t* 11. r    .������,,.,.. 1.    1  3.        '.'Ill    .....i.   ..-i    ,������������������������    j'.--  >..>..  %      of tlie Best red Covva  $ VUlvSH    MlLK  ���������gpi/liverod iuniiiiut;������S: evening  ���������        I. MARUYA        ^  CilVK US \()\:\l NKXT O'l  Viili   l-UR JOB   PKINTLsG.  t  i  Sf:  iu  '.woetiH  ..)aNl  Sei^j  . ck-vj"  ,-i''"-\  'sfe--l  ��������� Vovk-jJ  ���������\ of Fi  iVi'A1  1>H  !,.'eiK������J  j JVU'CJ  rr )���������'  }_'i������rW  -iCIltJ  .lup-Ji]  '. 1  r,.  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Capitol Cylinder Oil  Tho most effective and economical lubricant for steam engine  cylinders.  Recommended by engine builders everywhere.  Atlantic Red Engine Oil Premier Gasoline  Renown Dynamo Oil  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Torftato Montreal   ' Winnipeg V������ncou������������r  Ottawa Quebec ChIkmj- Edmonton  Halifax  St, John  Rceina  Saskatoon  JJ  E  D  D  y  s  vv  > ���������  " A  ,  H  B  O  A  R  Save  D  Time  S  and  Temper  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  Have a Special Crimp That  Makes Washing Very Easy.  Are Easy  on Hands  and    Clothes  E  O  D  Y"  S  VV  A  S  H  B  O  A  R  O  S  FARMERS  Can always mak������ sure of getting the highest price* for  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly shipping their enr Ids to FOR".  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  'THE   WELL.KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS   ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG  WHEAT,    OATS,  WILLIAM    AND  Taking Him Down . ,  To a certain Southern town, on Insa.  business caiiif. a most pompous young  lawyer,who notwithstanding his name  was "MoNsiUi-nt, had an excell^nt-apl-a-  ion of Uini;:v'!l'. Up found it necessary*  (o talk with Sonlro Gardner, an unpolished juHtitr*, who had no good opin'-on  ot-aiiyt'iiup, aiid,i especially of anyone,  who lijiil a good" opinion of .hlmsolf  Thi P'i'.r.ro had never hoard of Ills visitor UU he called and he \vasc.a poor  hand r." remembering namos, but he  was ,in export in human mcastironict  Tho young lawyer proceeded promptly to say what he had to say, tho  sciuire lialonlng, but watching. Presently ho tlroiialit it wim lime for  him to nay something.  Hold  on, Mr.  McClphor, he began.  My name is McNaught, (ho lawyer  atiffly correcto.1 liini.  Kxcusc mo, excuse me. apologised  tho squire', and finished hia remarks.  It was not long before tho squire  again felt called upon to speak.  ���������Well, now, Mr. ^ IMeZero������������������, ho  started iu.  I said my name wns McNatigh'r, the  lawyer  interrupted   sharply.  Fun in Enr'ne Room  As it rule engineers aro anything  but a'frivolous class of men; but occasionally one comes acrosn a joker.  Recently a solemn-looking individual  strolled info the engine-room and asked Mr. Guppy, the light-hearted second, -to give him a littlo information  about his engines.  Why'certainly, said Guppy. Those  two brass knobs over tlioro aro called  tlio jeromldidlers, and that thing liko  a' distorted mangle is the freezer. Now  tlio jcremiuidlcr-rso called hecauso of  its resemblance lo a boiled owl���������is  really generating electricity flavored  with rod currants���������you understand'.'  SVolI, when-we stir up the conflicting  elements with ft brass, pokor and an  old clay pipe, tho joremidldlcr is.con-  ncctcd with the freezer and owing to  tho ammonia extracted from tho pipe  mixing with the electricity, it freezes  the freezer so cold that wo have to use  a six fooc thermometer to find tlio temperature ��������� *��������� ,.  My word, said his questioner, that's  wonderful.   And he. walked away.  Hear me kid'diug the old chap? said  Mr. Guppy with a wink, to the chief,  who had beer, standing by. He's as  green as a new cheese.-  Yes, I have often thought so, said  the chief quietly, but he's the inspecting engineer for the company all tho  same.,  ~uos.oniciiis���������in��������� ������o _  "Yes, I lintl ��������������� a��������� brotho.* in Boston  ones, said a Chicago lady to a I3ost,on-  ������an. He was il somo great musical  aoc-iety thero, biit I forgot its name.  Handel aud Haydn soc.ety, perhaps,  suggested her visitor.  "Well, [ guess so, Handel and Haydn  were Hoston men, weren't they?  At a certain Scottish mansion, notorious for acant. fare, a, gentleman  ���������was inquiring of tlie gardener about  n dog which some time before ho had  given the laird, Tho gardener showed him a lank greyhound, upon which  the gentleman said: -  No, no! Tho dog T gave your master was a mastiff, not si greyhound.  The gardener quietly anewe-rcd: In-  dc-ud, any dog might tioon become a  OJToyhouud by stopping here.  The Right Fellow  Excuse mo; can 1 speak to your  typewriter a  moment?  Vou cannot; she is engaged.  That's all rig.-t; I'm tho follow she's  flBtgagoil to. -  A Itluff'-'r,  llko a new pointy,  whluer till the glos, wears, oh'.  is a  WELL AOAIN  freed From  Bearing Down  Pains. Backache and Pain  in Side by Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Compound.  Toronto,OHt,--"LiistOp.tobor, 1 wrote  to ymi for advice as I was completely run  down, had hearing  (lov/iiHonsiutioiiinUn1  lower part of bow-  Hn, btickai'hi.', ������nd  pain in the sido.   I   A-Canny-Farmer   A Waterfowl farmer ordered a two-  pound loaf fro. . tho village baker to  bo delivered c liy. fit the fan:.; while  tho baker, in return, -agreed to purchase two pounds of the farmer's butter week ,'jy week. A short time ago  a dispute occurred between the two  parties over the weight of the buttor,  arid after a long and wordy warfare  tho matter was taker, to the la"- court.  Well, sit Id the magistrate to the  farmer, after conflicting evidonco had  been given, of course you aro prepared  to bring your weights and scales into  ccirt?  No, sir, T am not, wn.s tho prompt  reply. Tho fact is I don't uso any  Cor tho baker.  Not use any repeated the rsmgis  frato in astonished tones. Then how  do you weigh his two pouiitls of butter,  may I ask.  With one of them two-pound loaves  lio agreed to send me, wins tho prompt  and convincing answer.-  Minard's Liniment Cures  Cows  Garget    In  A certain reverend gentleman occupied a statoroon. oi one of the great  liiiew with a fellow pa������Kongoi\ After  ;i while ho begun to foe! Jiint tho slightest hit uneasy aa to some valuables  ho had with '.im. So ho took thorn to  the punier and said: "I tihould just  like to explain to you thru I am very  pleased with my fellow-paaaougor.  That is, I find hli,. n gentleman in  every respect, and 1 wouldn't hnvu you  think Unit my coining to you with  llirwo valuabh' Ih to ho taken ns any  rolloollon ,on I'.iiu Wit, a broad  smile tho purnor Interrupted Inn: Oh,  Lliiif.) all right, Kir, your -'rieud hu.s  como to mc wLh hoiiio valuables of  his own; and hn said precisely (he  b'dtiie filing' nbout yotii'Kolf,  The crocodiled number 11 KprcIeR"  Uu������ alligator*, only two. The American alligator, fiihuhil'ng iho pnufh-  I'ilBtorn United Slah'K, in 1:.' lo IU feet,  long, litis a broad, blunt .mout, and is  Hf.oiif.er, Iohh active tnnl Iohh \IcIouh  JilsomifTeriidtfim'lilv l"'" ,ll<! <'ri'<'<<lik'H. The jtlter Hp.u:-  from &*. 1 tiKik lj<1!,"1",������ <-!HI������oi������o. liven In the Vnng-  I.VUitv K. rinltbam'B Jtl^" ^.u,lfi,J rT''; r,l',,M"i: U' u ll'"Klh  and am now entiHy  frefl from pnin in  back und bowels anil  urn Btroniftir in every  way. I recommend I.ydin K, I'lnkham's  Compound highly to nil expectant mulli-  its. "--Mrs. K. VVandrv, VI l.og������n Ave-  tm", Toronto, Onfnrio.  Coimlilor Woll Tills Ailviro.  No woiTinn sufl'oring from any Pernio!  fpHiule troiiblcR should lnsi������ liopp until  ihe Iium given L.wlia K. l'itiKliam'* Vei;-  etable Cumjifiuiiil ii fair trial,  Thin famoiiH rcn'iVily, (lii>rt.rrllcinul in-  gR'dientu ol which are ilenvcil irom i,u-  tive mots ami lu-rlw, lists for nmirly forty  year.1! pvovfd to hen mod valuable tonic  mid Iriv.fcornlnr of the iVniale orpinnism.  Women veniilinj{ in /ilrnn.^t wrry city  and town in fh������' Knited Stutes bear  willinrr Nwflmnitv l'������ th" wonderful  virtue ui' l.ydiii 1*1. I'inkliain's \',>t;i table  ('.ilOIWllllltl.  ll vou have (he sllghhsf ilntiht  flutf !..viliu M. IMdkhiirti's Ki^oUi-  h]r i oidjmmiikI v\ill hili������>uii, w lite  !��������������� 1*>������1I:t i:.l*M..kii.t.ii.Wrt.lr.iH������rn.  t"������'<tii(l<l('ii(liil( f.yim. ,MiiH<..,l'orti<l-  \in>. YiHir IHHt will hfojifiu'*!,  !���������' irf ;trrrl iillsU'i'l'l'il 1>V It WllllliUI,  .,! '   f,,.l.l }������i  a;( ���������������!���������������<   f ������ta *''! ������������������.���������������''.  Ci'.ulng for rfdiii'Ing the r.per-d of  nfi'ani lurhlnen to Hint '.-Hinired for tlio  propeller Khali uf a t;lea-iuihlp was first  lined Tour yeiu'ri ago. It litis been  maiU lUtiahk'. ind quite f.-ec from  wiar nnd iiolc.', .:ml Ihih now boon up-  |)lh/I ly voririi''d of ���������I'J.'i.lriO hoiTopowor.  The Iobh dtii- io transmission and re-  dill UUil  in (..,a.:i>t������i   i\i  'u  j.f-r ci at  The African crocodile, held sacred  by the ancient Egyptians, is thought to  have destroyed ��������� mqro human bolngs  lha.i any other kind of wild animals  in Africa. The American crocodile,,of  ,El_Q.rida._*\k;iico and Central America  is not dangerous,  ������       "        . ..        '"  SMlohM  Vhe  Umily  remedy   for   Couirlis   ������nd   Colds-  ���������unall   dose.    Small bottle,    Best nincr  187a  Then you no longer insist upon the  enforcement of the laws punishing  reckless automobile drivers?  Oil, no. ' Wo get at it in a different way no.'. Wo aro opening  schools tliat will teach,children how  to dodgo 'em.  The Friend of All Sufferers.���������Liko  to "tho shadow of a'rock in a weary  land" is Dr. Thomas' Ecloctric Oil to  all those who differ pain. It holds  out hope to everyone and realizes it by  stilling Buffering everywhere It; ia a  liniment that bus the blessings of half  a continent, It Is on sale everywhere  and can be found wherever enquired  for.  True Heroism  Everyone iu 'die hotel smoking room  with ono exception, had been holding  forth on his own personal bravery and  presence of mind. Ever/body, with  -Hi<ijjamo exception had veconntod nt  lejilaoTro-Ji'aii'-raisii.g opi.->< e in which  he liguriHl us the i-jnbodlmci'.t of cool'  courage.  At. last the si'out exception .was, ask-  ,(J If he had Mover had ciuis-3 to e;\ovt'  hi:  presence of mind,  Only once, he replied yawning, I  had dropped into a circus to pass away  a coup'io of hours, -It was a bright  little show, and tho performing elephants were particularly wonderful..  Suddenly Uu.-o was a shriek from  the women. The biggest, olephant had  escaped from his, keeper, nud was  making for the. most crowded part of  tho cent���������where I liappenec. to. be sitting by th.. way. There was .x stampede of frightened people. Til, shrieks  of women"nnd children filled tho air;  strong men fainted und' pandemonium  relgnod supreme. *  The silent oue'a listeners gasped.  imt 1 am proud to say, continued  that gentleman, that I kept my head  and, in consequence, escaped unhurt.  What on earth CM you do? some  body a sired.  1? Oh, I just kept on running bo-  hind the'elephant.  F������R DISTEMPER  Sure  FIRE IN THE  HUMAN BODY  The body is like" a furnace, and the  food is. burned or oxodized just as coal  is burned in a stive.0 When too large  an amount of food is taken or tho digestive system is ('cranged, tho food  ferments r,nd forma poisonous gases  and waste substances which cam,"*  pains and aches, rheumatism and seniors disease.  Bilious attacks, headaches, liver disorders and kidney diseases have their  beginnings in overeating or tho use of  fcods which disagree. To prevent serious disease it is absolutely csontial  that the liver, kidneys an" bowels be  kept regular and active by us ��������� of such  treatment as Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills,  On account of artificial foods and  modern methods, of life, nimost everybody finds it-necessary to. use medicine, in order to keep theso organs in  active working condition. Dr, Cliaso's  Kidney-Liver Pills aro most satisfactory, because you can depend on them  to produce the desired offocts.  SPOHN  PlnW Eye,  Eplzoottt  Shipping  Fever,  and Catarrhal Fever  euro ami positive preventive, no matter How horses at  ���������   >������������������(������ on- liu'eoted-sor "exposed."  'Liquid,' fflven   on' lh������  'oiiruo, acts on the Blood and Glands, expels the poisonous  ffcniw from tho bodv.- Cures "DlRtcrnipor In-Dogs and slioep,  and Cholera In>"Poultry;    Largest HolUnK live atooU remedy.  Cures La 'Orlppo am'.ing- human beings and Is a ilrift kidney  remedy. -Cut this out;   Keep It,   Show It to your druggist,  who will get it for'.you.   Free Booklet.   "Dlsteniper.-Cause*  :\nd fWivM." ' ' ���������  DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL WHOLESALE  DRUGGISTS  MEDICAL CO.,  Chemists,  and  Bncterlolonlsts, Goshen.  Ind.,  U.S.A.    '  '"'".. /T'-mys���������"P  MoTlae' ������������ra and railroad  yurdB mi ;r������fct attractions  for boyi.' But think how  many hwi bten crlppltd in  this dangerous (port.,  Keap your children away  from the railroad. ..  Speaking of the kicJdics :.t a recent  social affair,' Miss Julia- Arthur, the  actress, told of Uio sad moment that  fell upon thehappy young.lifo of little  One afternoon a woman was passing  along tho stiect whon she chanced  to see little Wlilie cuddled up in the  corner of-tho verandah softly crying.  Instantly her soft heart was touched  and sho 'paused to sootho the sobbing one.   .  "What, is tho inatlov, my little  man ?" she gently asked. "Has somebody been teasing you?'".  No, ma'am, answered the tearful  boy. I have just been punished for  making donts in the'marble'stop.  Why, that wasn't so'serious, unless  tho dents are very large, responded  tho sympathetic woman, Did you  make them with a hammer?  No, ma'am, was tho startling r,oply  of Wlllio, I did it Willi papa's watch.  Mr. X���������, n laivyer, was i))iich���������.iddlot-  ed to tho habit of lecturing hi-, clerks  and Uio ofllco bo'y coming in for an  unusual slmro ,ol" admonition whenever occasion called for it, and sometimes when K did not, That his words  wero appreciated was made quito evident to Mr. X��������� ouo day when ii conversation between his and another ofllco boy on the turmo* Jloor was repeated to hint.  WhatchiT wages'" nuked the oilier  hoy,  I get, $ 10,000 a year, said Mr. X~-'b  hid.  1 don't think! ejaculated the other  hoy, derisively.  Hottest, f do, suid Tommy; ?,"������ a  week *f <".ish nnd the rest In legal ;u|.  vice!  The Mother Tongue  Does "Minn Ho (iiibU rrm'iiilik' her  h)"thor'."   '  Not ho much nt firm, high"; but  when sho begins to fall;, Uhto'h n  ni>fiikliig lllionrsH,  A DutilneBti Man  What does your father do IV a living'.' nuked one little .Tlrl.  Why, replied ll o other, lm hikes; up  11m c-nllnc.Uumi in church.  **4    i,i*tl������i     iliO  A Stowaway  A captain of one of tho ocean lin-  ("dii whh filiovrttig a young lady frlemi  of liln over thi< ship, when they ciime  upon a "mi;; emigrant vaituius i.ugu  iliiiitiUt'ci of food.  JiiKt look nt tlio cnoniioiiH amount  of food that folio is consuming! I  Miippm'o, canlnlu, ������ald tho girl with  a beaming malic, ho Is what you sail-  urri vail a Htowuy?  first liarlioi���������Wlc.t w.ih the beet job  you i-Vk'r dill'.'  Second bin ber-- 1 onco tihuvml ti  man, ihen I permiaded him (o have .  hnlr-nit whamjoo, fnelnl miissagi-,  singe, ftenfoam, elor'.rlc buzz, ttir-npray  nud tonic rub.  Khvr burlier���������WhaI thonr Hy that  time ho ucedm anotiier hh.ivo.  Postponed Tragedy  You havo appendicitis, said the doc>  tor man to Jim;  And I must, operate at onco or olsa  ���������   your chance, Is slim.  You shan't t;mch knlfo to mo, wnu  "  .Tunics' firm reply;  I'll have no operation, and I ain't a-  , B'olu to'die.'  Unless I cut, the doctor said, you'll  sura-ly pass away;  You will bo dead, believe me, sir, by  two o'clock today.  So .Tlm was searer. and yielded, the  curving was a shook,  Hut ho was very thankful that ho livnl  at two o'clock.  Vov doctor's know their business, ami  It's very plain to seo  That this one saved .Tim'n life hccaiiao  ho didn't die till throe.  Tho Lady���������You havo seen belter  days, no doubt.  The Tramp 'ics'in 1 have.   And r  have soon wow. And l'vo soon  some just as good, Hut l'vo never  yet seen a lady who ho cloverly laili-  en toil the higher knowledge of the  cooking art. If orer thoro wan n faco  Willi good pie written thorn It'n your  face, ma'am.  lie ffo.l the phi,  I I.      I.I ll    alaimal i        I  tJnlouB worms be expelled from t.ho  ayiilom, no child can be healthy. Mother (irai'tV Worm IJxtr'ruilnator Ih tlu  bout moilleino oxttmt t,. deutroy  worm.1!,  Crtishleiglt���������Oh, I nay, Mian "Piuu'ny,  ean yon liiterprot a dream for mo?  MIhh l'liKHay-���������How very iuterestingl  I'll try.  f'ritMlilcigh-TliankH, awfully!  that on' over tiier* in juuk.  spe;ik������t nothing but l'ronch.  If������ Wo:  Mi*  Navor hnd the (iiglno run hotter.  Tho huge ear nteci, along tho roiul,  raining- the dust in chimin and Hitting  P������hc nillCBioiif'B with mi r-nsy rogulnr-  Ity almost monotonous.  Ah, giiupi?.! llm tlrlvnr as the ear battled with the wind, which iwopt tho  high ground, where lor mlloH around  IV.i ^v.rv^eTM'liv' ''ounlrv oonlil ho flpnn,  thlnla the nliico for view, cli. my boy,  Havo you over coinu acium aa\.li <>  landHoiipe im that before?  AlmoM lom in tlie roaring . of tlio  wind came hlfl friend's Iionrso grtim-  Regularly Employed  The prisoner waa charged with  frequenting thoroughfare with intent to commit i'l folony. '  Tho detect'vo who shadowed and  arrested him told the magistrate that  lio had never kn-wi. tho man to work.'  . The prisoner objected t< this. and  said ho could .prove to the- contrary.  Magistrate���������What aro 'you , then?  '*PrIsciier~I,aiii a "picker" sir. ,  "Magistrate���������A , picker���������whn't is a  picker? '  ' Prisoner���������Well, you set-, I pick  strawberries iu tlio summer, hops in  autumn, pockets In winter, aud I am  gonorally picking oakum in. the spring.  My r.lother's Eyeo  A newspaper recently Jnyifed its  readers to state in a few words what  they considered the most beautiful  thing in tho world.  Tho lirst prize was awarded to the  sender of-the answer: ��������� "The eyes of  my mother."    . v, - '   \  - "Tho dream' of that which we know  to bo impossible," suggosted an imaginative person, and this brought him  second prize. '    " .  But tho most amusing, thing- was  that which read: ��������� . ^  ��������� "The most beautiful -thing'" in tho  world is to-soo a man carrying his  niother-in-law across a danger-out. river without making- any attempt to  drop her' hi.   ��������� ���������.  WhiEj-er   .  ���������JEimt_b-Ud=^01), Mabel. I   heard"'  a  good' story��������� ,  Second bud���������Sit!. Whisper!' My bro:  ther is in the next room.  WH1CN   SHNOING   TO-,  THE OLD COUNTRY  For Relatives or Friends, or travel-  llucr yourself, ask tor Tickets by  Hia Speech  Tho lato Ai-. (loofg llodg.nan, who  wns known as "tlio Father of the Turf"  wrote a book some yearn .go in which  ho told of being mistaken for -Mr.  Gladstone, to wlmr lio bore some resemblance. Ono evening at tho' Wav-  erley Station in Edinburg somo of  Mr. Hodgman's friondb passed round  the word that Mr. Gladstono was traveling by tho train,    "  ���������  At first, s.i)i. Mr. Ilodgman, Uio  crowd was Incredulous, but soon the  peoplo flocked round my carriage, and  misled by tho dim light, thought I waa  Gladstone. --Tho station was quickly  in a ferment, find 'Speech! Speoch!"  startled the porters ir their work.  Speak, salt! Mr, Gale, ns ���������he train wa������  ou tho move. Show yourself. So I  thrust my head out of' the window  wllh "Tliiuik'yoti.gontlcmori! So-and-  so will win tho Ccsarowitch!"  es'  TABLiSHEO 18+0  8 FIR VICES l  P'rom  Southampton  VI*  <tucenatowli  From  l,,lrerpool .  Via  UnteuMtorrm  VI<  }  To    ,  and   *  ronTi.Ajrtv  To  HALIFAX  VOUTI,AM>  bostoiv  . T<TlB-Mcr������?r 8tenmrra   ���������  "ANDANIA" . "ALAUNIAr  -13.<00 Tons o*oh  (Now   19131 ,   .  "ASCANIA"    "AUS0NJA"  (lO'.OOO Torn*) (8,000 Tonn)-  /TAb/?vS.-8t8*.n,?.tt <%rsr Ono CI""  (II),Cabin and Third Class onlv, and  r^,������ I,?��������� *"ir,e,at fttv������r wi"������ *������h������  ..trayitlllnE: jiubllo.  "FRANCOIUA"   (New'.UU)  .i������.l*0  ions each���������Twin Screw  "CARMANIA"  20.000' Tona  (Triple Screw Turblno)  -.Carryint Flrat,- Second and Third  Class,  Tha Cunard Company ' also maintain Horvlces between New York  Queenatown. FUhguard. Llveruool!  Bo������ton, Qiieuuutown, Kluheuard, Ltv-  orpool.   New   York.   Mediterranean.  -Adriatic Including- the���������fastes'-  uteamers   In  the world,   "Lusftttnfa"  and "Maurotanla."  Now bulldlnir ror Canadian Service;  S.S. "AtnANIA"���������14,000 Tong.  , For denorlptlve literatiire, gall-  Inits, ate, apply to any lUilroad or  Steamahlp Agent, or  Tlie CUNAIID STEAMSIflr CO. LTD.  SOI Main St. WUnlpeff  EXCELSIOR  Life Insurance Co.  Asset!     ' % 3,500,000.00  Insnxancs   19,(00,000,00  Absolute   Security   For  Policy Holders.  Excelsior Policy Forms Approved by Dominie*  Insurance Department,  For Agencies apply to Provincial .Offices at  WINNIPEG,    EDMONTON,    BASKATOOHj  VANCOWM., or Hoad Ofllc*. TO110NTO.  Onco upon ti timo thero was a boy  nnd ho applied for a job.  \Vp don't wnnl, lazy hoys here, ^ro  yon fond of work? miked Uu boss.  No, ..ir, ..riHWored tlio hoy, looking  tho bosa Btralglil in tlio faco.  Oh, yon i,ro not. aron'l yon? Well,  \v������ want a hoy that Is.  Thoro ain't any, inslBteti the boy  doggc.lly.  Oh, yon, thoro nro. We liavo had  a dozen of thnt kind bora thla morning, looking for n Rituat'on villi its,  How .io yon know thoy nro not  lazy?  pprHltuod the hoy.  Why, thoy told mo no.  Hn could I Imvo told ;- . bo; but I  nm not n liar.  Ho got I he Job.  ".Mb Time  Ilo'd cut IiIh lunch In a minute.  Ilo had no time to np:ire,  Ai a motr led llsli In iv window  Ilo'd Btop im hour ro iirnro.  ��������� Early Proweo  I'll, fitatf-d llltlo jJodd Holt, tin nmall  hoi.of tlio dlHtlLBiiiBliod nUitcBinnn, I  heard n man nny that you imoil to bo  r< crooked Uiat yon had to aleep  wound aroiinil a titnriip.   Ih that bo, pa,  When I wmi younger, Doddle, replied iho Hon, ThomiiB Uott, with lo-  coming modi'iily, I waB tho beat ath-  loto In tho imlijliborlioc .  = '.   n  PATEN 18  Patent tour fleas. No delay, nnd w������  will sell It for . -u If tho .dun limi merit.  Si'iid hUoioIi .c" (reo report, hifornin-  tlon on put on in nnd list of Invontloni  wnutL'd mulled frco,  J.., A.   MACMURTRY ������, CO'Y,  Pr' nt Atlorneyo  151 Bay "streec, Toronto, Canada  Lucl<  Ocorgo Ado, -it a dinner, eald of  liiek:*  Nobotly ih bo deponderit on luck nu  tho playwrlglt. Whon ho piucpcrH ho  coiiRldoru luck n kindly goddoBH; but  whon IiIh work I'allH, then luck Koema  to him it nplrlt i.orvcruoly cruel and  rrioi.ii.  lie regardH lucl-' then ar' Tom ,Ti.eU������  - n'h wlfo, of Ln.'ajvtte, doo.i,  Tom said ono morning at dronUfasc:  Hang It nil! While I was wooding  1 dropped my Intp(.,r,nl Order f DoobI*  orn' pin on tho 'awn, and I have been  looking for It now ovor halt ������������ hour.  U'h gouo for Kood I Btipiiotio,  rimt nlKht when JackHon wit down  to dinner thoro wins bin pin \mk\e hit  plate.  Hully for you, aald lie. Where did  you find li, Martha?  I let Tommy go barefooted this aft*  ornoon, nald Mr������. Jackson tnilotly.  A man onnttat rilwnya lio known by  IiIh lookH, for ho may bo crons-eycd.  'JV. N.  5Ctt  The Shopper  I;. Ii.iM, (!��������������������� thi'lity tilioppcr oirno-  Itr ."timiiK'1 dayt aro o'er.  All day  she views Bilks, pocks  AnJ i.pe;.i!< tuo bits--no morol  and  Sybil   So mad1.  flin������-t ln������i night,  I>obil---XeicT mind  hahly i dgitl.  Mil cut roe on tho  I It- was pro-  Are They?  She���������Aro they  happy to.jfther?  Ilo--Well, lie Btnyulncvoi. evening.  She���������Than they must be.  Hi��������� Hut ..ho gorii oi...  ?;,'-v."'    Vi-   til'CMlv hnd n rood deal  more tlitin I ca������ swallow.  A Throu"h Paseenger  Sho���������DW 'yon ever ������ ���������< "The CiiBtlc  Walk?  Ho���������Oh, dear, no.   1'iv hcr-n on tho  wagon nil through eolleg.v  ������  I  PRESIDENT  5USPENDER  Afr������. 'WntrirloB -- Were yon nido to  that life Insurance man?  Mr. Wowlcs���������Why, no! I just told  Mm I wi?hJd he vrouli gc down collar  and talk into our fiirnnco  The- average r.a-.i'p rirro in thirty  tneher M'irr flm nvr-r.-i-rf wom,in't������  waist Is thirty larlu;; around. How  wonderful arc thy wnrku, .h N'attirtf  DON'T 1WK, SPIT, SNEEZE,  CURE YOURSELF! BREATHE  triirtiuuiULUiiu I  Gives Instant Reliefs, Clearn Out Note,  Thro������t and all Breathing Orflcnu  in thi" floliln climate, repeated colds  very t-aclly iliUt Into Cntarrii.  Tho natural tendency of Catnrrh Is  ..j extend tliroiigh the Bystcm In every  direction,  Esa-OBtiro to cold or dampim. i Inton-  union the double and Wifi..l catarrh Ih  tho refltlU. .  W.\t'J7 a (i mp.i-to euro lf> (ffc-vtca.  by inliallng "Catarrhozono."  In using Catarrhozonc you don't tako  medlclno Inti 'tlio Btoinach���������you Just  breathe a heal ng plnoy vapor direct to  tl...  !c"o'. a������- ������!r irr'^z^  The puroHt bnlaams ..nd tbo great*  est antlfl- "tic are thus 4011 to every  spot whore catar.'lml trotiblo oxluti,  germs uro killed, foul bocMJciib ������r������  df'Htfoyod nntt.ro Tb given a c! anco and  enro (.onion quickly.  <\ IJn and  bront troubled can't Inst  inflntntnatlon HttBitu ��������� ranltllj to the j if ������bo pnrc������ lio.illng vapor A Catnrrlioz*  mTho WHto fi U:cb U< tl���������   ������������\* broa.'.co--.i������cxtaf ui coughing  luiiKi? '    "'' nt *>nc<''' ,,w:auf0 lr������"H>*"-'0������ la ���������"������������������  Yoii can'l    ako new ltngr���������hence {,u<?;t!('-   ,    ,      K   .  f'oncumptlon Is firactlcally ImurabJ.r.  |    Uf Uturtlu,/.in.- io pwucnt-nro \t  Uut Catarrh can ho cured, except IVt0 cur" >'0'!1' w,n,,'r ,1,;i<     ,,H *u'nn'  H - ������*.ral ami i*|wa\.' T^tjtl mage. Ja'ai fiftfi.' ami guaranteed in f.cry ci������s������.  Crttrl   WE.W.   m^Ui.   Ihou ^r^,t!'    *'*'���������  with coMfl. sure t'.iroal, l-.m^hlul tu������n-   '*'-  ���������"' '������" *Ml*n'  ble. etc., can nil be cured rlgM ut ho������i81  Hmaikr   alw  mm  mm  mm ���������   i"  .���������I  ,< ,   -  4,6  ���������ffHE NEWS. CmraERLAND. B. C  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That's Why You're Tired���������Out of  Sort*���������Hatt no Appetite. ���������   =,    ���������  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a lev/ clays.  They do  their duly.  Cure  Cons'i-  potion,  ������i7iousnK.',jrn(|i's������3(ion, ami Silk Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  THIS  is a  DYE  , that  ANYONE.  can,use  kThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for1  *        All Kinds of Cloth.'  Cl������n, Simple, No Chance o( Mlatakaa. TRY  I   I ��������� I  Send (or Free Color Curd ami tlookltt.  I fh������JoliUoon-lUchardaoaCo, Umit.d.Woniraal  A R������������J. L%v%t BlmalKtloD  GOLD WATCH FREE,  A tlratjlvlforwajd unBroni  rrtM- Irom an citabllitinl  firm.. W������ aro glvlnj airar  Witi-liM la lUouundi ol  Wl>Ia til orcr His  worm m a liun  KilFtrtlieuant. Norr  U- yonr climes tj  obUIn oita. Writ*  now, enclosing U  ������������iit. for on������ ol our  fuhloatblft r.aJUa'  T^>nt nnarda, or  Gama' Albfrta, wnt  rarrlajw paM tn vtu  Willi tha wateli. whleli  wilt bo iilvou Fre������  (lhaaa watcht. aro  inkruiteed flv������ rem).  ahonU you talco ad.  T������ni������e������ ol oar niarnil.  ���������am odor. W������ axpeot /oa to tell your frlcnda  ���������.boat u.l unit ������bow tbam tha txauU.'n! natch.  Don't think thla ofTar too rood to le true, bat tcntl  'AS cants to-dar and a-aln a Free Watdi. Yon  will ba aimnvl- WILLIAM H dV LLOYD, Whalcaala  J������iY������!I������r������ (DtipMlB', 8U, Cornwillla Koad, London. N..  Enjliuiil. ...  Two Powerful Arguments  Tlio mayor of an Australian mining  town had been away on leavo, and as  be bad outstayed it a, vote of ceusuro  was passed upor him. At Iho next  mooting of fio council ho, In bis oa-  liaclty of mayor, directed tho minutes  of tho previous meeting to bo read,  which contained tbo following entry:  ���������' A voto of con ure was passed on  the "mayor for outstay ir ,- hia leave,  and It was resolved to ask for "an explanation.   ���������  Who proposed this vote of censure?  asked tho mayor.  I.did, said a councillor, standing.up.  You did,-did you? contir.iod hia'in-  lorrogator, stepping-from hia presidential chair To the' unfortunate member.  Then take thnt!  With those words tho maycr smote  his enemy lt������ the right o;'e, and 'foiled  liihi to the ground.  15  Who' ccconded  this resolution? ho(  again- ropeatec.  Still no reply.  Then, paid tin mayor, ns there is no  seconder It Is rn'ornml. Scratch it off  tlio minutes.   '  CARELESS AND CO-OPERATION  TO CURE  A COLD  IN  ONE  DAY  Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININK  Tablets. Dr.iggists refund monoy If  it fuila lo euro. R W. GROVE'S  signature' Is -j:i each box.   ' 25c.  Tough Season  llouv-Isn'l  that  Itavonyolp? ' ������  ,  Haw���������Yes ;,"he is just back from a,  trip on tho road. .'���������/' ; ,  ���������  Horn���������Whar, was ho doing this season?-  Haw���������Exhibiting a troupe of train  od chickens.  Hem���������What happ-ned lo tho show?  Haw���������Business got bad aud lie had  to eat the performers. ,"'     ','  Wheiv a, mother detects from tho  writhings and fretting of a child that  worms aro troubling it, sho can procure no belter remedy than Miller's  Worm Powdcs, which.are guaranteed  to totally expel worms from th. ��������� system. Thoy may causo vomiting, but  this need causo no anxiety, because it  Is but-a manifestation of their thorough work. No worms can long exist  where' these Powders arc used.-  CSNCp  Bo������k Free.    A simplt  noma  treatment removed  tomp iron tilts tally's brcait  Old tares, ulcers  Mod  I '������������������ "'""*������      -   ejrowths cured.    Describe  f&K trouble t w* will seat book and testimonials,  ������Wa CANADA. CANCER INSTITUTE, Lmitko  I* CHUflCHILl  AVE.. TORONTO  Write for fric^ListBI^  r  and ShippingTa������2*  ^tolMCid;'  J Kin/ and A/exandcrMMFcG. Canada  We also buy Hides and Seneca root.  REST AND HEALTH! 10 Mll'lHtUHD v,m.'  Mttn. iViMLow'H Sootnurc; Sviuu1 iuit- been  ���������w.iiorovet HlXTI' CHARS hy MIWONS ol  MOTimit.S tot (Heir CHIUJKWN wiur,-*  .TltltTHlNO Willi X'HHVKCl SUCCESS. W  BGOTIIKS thu CUH.U BOl-TKNH Hie GUMS,  #!.!..ViaalITAIN. CUitllS WINI! COMC. and  u tlie test remedy to. DtAKUltcKA. it ii nl>  ���������olutelv li,irnilc������s, \M ante auo. auk ���������<<n -'Mri,  VftnHlow'H HootliliiR rtrriip,*' nna WiA BO OttSI  Uud   Xwcnly-tweceuUri oottlc.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  MjMHifMl'OUT Of tORlt'RUN DOWH'or'OOT 1'IU ILUU  MAUI ud lUt IIIUAKKatl.l CUIM trrtOTID  !������M  HERAPION^B^S  r-lHitraaiailrlarvouiowiialkiaai Hsaf MfttaaaaaV  ^tUtitr/nVat Ifa'laBca'artUviilits. l)l LCOLkaM  1 co iiaviuiroci Ko.UAuririio U>kdom1io5  Two rnotorlsle, having tilmoat ruin-  oil their temi'icrs���������niul tlmlr tIron���������In  a vain iiUr-mul to iind u hotel with, n  vaeant bed, were nt Inst forced lo  make the best of ������ kihiiII Inn.  Kven then they hud to Hlitiro tlio  bed which wns���������iuul on Ihlu the landlord laid Ri'ciil Htrepa���������ii'l'enllior bod,  They lurtieil 1:., cud one of tlm pals  wn.i fioon fr.nt nfleep, tlm other wua  not. IU could iml mnntiiin to dodfj-o  tlio liimiiH, and lu'iuM hour ut'tor hour  utrlko on the .Miiiieli eloel;, until :i  a.m., ������l,<-ii he al^u i-trucl',  He did this by violently tilitiklnf; his  BBorlim friend,  What's tho   mutter?   wrowled   Mm  other.     1������. cun'i be time to k������1 ti|i yot.  No, it, Isn't, rclortod his friend, con-  lluulnK to Miuku blm, but lt'������ my turn  ��������� to lilei'i) on tlio fontliorfl.  aw  u.l   ������������������������>������������������ aaaaaamajMa���������a.K  '     Kilil,  Till'  lilltllllll  llUUll,  WaH  IIITUUP"-  ItiK ber mlHtrcss'B linlr ono afternoon  when ������he inontlonr������l iltnt ��������� idin had  licnrd iMl������H Allen sIhk In the nnrJor the  ovtiiliiR before,  IMli*   fill!   vrut   lll'f,   1������,ii.   '-inf-';i���������   I'M!..*)  nnlced the tululresfl,  Oh, mum! tdisbcd tbo ninid, It wan  Kiiindl She m\K ju������t n������ If uho whb  1,'iirRllni;!  Try   Murine  Eye   Remedy  "u you iwvb K������d, Weak, Watery j<;yo������  or (Irjnulatcd Kycli'dii. l)oc������i*l SlUuit  ���������Soolhes Eyo J'aln, Dnii?gUhi HnK  Murine Ey������ Kcmedy, liquid, 25e, SOc.  "Murtno Eye Salvo iu Aneptie Tithes,  ISc. Stk-. Kye Hook* Hre������ hy Mail,  I ate tn y������ml������ Ocoal far AN tyaa that Naait C*n  Mutinc Tflvo Komedy Cu���������  Chloatr*  .'    ' ' aa������������������������ajain.i, i n. , ,^i      ^ ���������,  'V. N. U. 988    ~  v- Getting it Right .,  Is your busbant In the habit of smok-  inp; between meals7 inquired tlie' doctor of tlio natioul's wife.  Well, no, not exactly, sho replied;  with him it's'a case of eating between  smokes.'  Not to be Believed  Parishioner (to departing minister)  ���������Wo arc all very sorry to lose you;  Mr. Foodie..       - ���������      -  llev. Foodie ' .,(modestly)������������������"-"Novor.  mind, Mrs. Toodle. I have no doubt  you^viliny;eirT^bettor^nairTi"ext~tiriver  Parishioner���������All, no, Mr. Foodie!  That's just what the last minister said  \vhon he left.    . " .,.,  The Chcnge Courteous ���������  Client���������Goo.i   gracious!"     What   a  caricature!  Painter���������I'j.xouso me;  that's a portrait of myself.'  Clieiu���������01.' life-like, very Hfe-Hko.  ���������  Not     Professional  ' Ned���������What did Miss Petite any'after you kissed her?  Tod���������'Sho told me to call on Friday hereafter, ectutsc that was atrial-  ours' night.  A larKe Jlamelesn llro in London  .was caused by the overturning of somo  bottle's of conecnttatod nitrij acid'into Rome packing material, Water hnd  littlo effect on the dor: clouds of  suffocating yellow fumes that ,soon  poured from ihe abasement, nnd it wns  not until n large quantity of ammonia wns hastily brougi.t li. a motor car  that Ihe acid wns nemrali/.ed und tlio  smuko subdued.  A Phrase Exemplified  You do not offer enough.  t don't quite got you,-duke, said tho  hoirofls.  Tliut.'s Iho idea, You do.i'r. quite  get ,me. Another lady litis raise 1  your bid.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  An Oiv.lGslon  Hood !'.oav.uiK, waiter; 'tl is llsli is  moving'.  Pardon, nlr; llu-y nnmt iiuvu forgo'.*  ten to kill It in the kitchen,  School Tcaeher���������Whnt Iokhou do wc  learn from the busy beoV  Tommy Tuflntil--Not to pet atting,  Utile KIhIo (arier being Liwiirnd) ���������  Mamma, tho conimnmlmentM brotik  awful otisy, don't tlioy V  quickly btopn coiikIw, curen coldti, ���������nil lieald  tlie tluoBi anil lum;������,      u      :i      08 cents.  All Spent  Fir.".t Ciiovtii! I/id, --Whatever pcii-  BOflBcd T:'lslr? lo .throw young Softly  f.vorV 1 thought he hnd nny amount  of money.  Hec'ond Clio.ii.'i I.ntly���������So lm hnd ���������  boforo ho began to go with Trixlo.  Chief Cause and Best Remedy for For-  ert Fires  Mr.-.n. II. Campbell, Uiroylor of Iho  Dominion " Porestrj Dra'teh, says:  "Carelessness -./as undoubtedly tho  chief causo of forest fires in 1913," The  best romedy is indicated by a recent  statement of Mr., E. T. Allen, Foreste-  for tho Western Forestry and Conservation Association, who says: .. "The  best single re-mi. of the 1013 fire season is to provo that.systematized co-  operative effort at nn Insignificant cost  I tr acre or per thousand,.can reduce  our forest losses of an average year  four or five'million.dollars to about  us/many thousands." If on tlio twenty million acres of limberlands con-,  trolled by "-.ho lumb irnen forming this  association, tlio llro low can bo so  enormously, reduced by co-oporullou,  tho saving wlile" - Can:u"'..n c'tl'/.en;'.  could effcel by co-oporativo effort on  tho CC'0,000,000 acres of forest land in  Canada, is almost inetxlcunblc.  The functions of ,he Government in  this respect are well understood, and a  great deal has boon done, especially by  tho Held officers of tho Dominion Forestry Branch, to promote tho co-operative spirit in tho"matter of fire protection, But only recently has the initiative, been"taken by private asr.ocla-  :tlons in co-oporativo lire protection,  yot there are now thirty timber-owners  associations in the "United States, tho  mombors of which havo ������ot together,to  adequately protect from llro their com-,  bincd holdings, which now total about  25,000,000 acres.      -  In Canada thero la but ovo association of this kind but it compares favorably with any in tho United Srat'es.  Tho development cf this co-operative  movement, which culminated in Canada in the St. Maurice Fire Protective  Association, is described in detail by a  bulletin now being issued by the Forestry Branch, Ottawa. The Quebec  limit-'.iolders comprising'this assjcia-  tion have by a self-.'mposed tax of ono  quarter cent per acre installed a iho  protective system on their 7,000,00^"  acre's of holdings second to none, in  Canada. 1913 avtr 275 forest .fires  woro extinguished with practically no  'danger, proving, in the words of ono of  tho members, " at "Tho success of cooperative forest fi.} protection has  been established without a doubt."  KIDNEY TROUBLE  IS HEREDITARY ?  "Nerviline" Cures Cramps  End Misery Instantly  NO   REMEDY   SO   SPEEDY   OF, EF-  l ICIENT  '   A i- al cramp euro?  . Yes, a real one���������-in a twinkling the  cramp is a dead   one,   and- tho   last  squirm Is over, onco you get a-stiff  doso of Nerviline on the inside.     -  This isn't more talk���������it's a solid,  truthful fact. No other remody���������not  a single one-���������will cure cramps so  quickly and harmlessly as Nerviline.  UJiits tho spot, in a jiffy and saves a  heap of misery. '       -��������� ���������  "Last Saturday night'my stomach  I'.dt like an infernal machine," writes  T. p. Granger from Hartford. "I was  awakened from a sound sleep and  foiiLri myself suffering tho worst kind  of '"tor in- e. I was so doubled up i  could hardly cross my room. I hat!  used Nerviline 'before for tho same  thing nnd took a roaf good dotio. Onco  I folt tho warm, soothing sensation of  Norvllino in my stomach I knew I w:is  nil right. it finished the cramps--  just, ono shiglo doso."  Sickness nt night is rendered a  nighlmaro of the past if Nerviline is  linndy. It may bo earache, toothache  or cramps. 'Noi'vilino in every ease  will euro a't qr.co and save culling tlio  doctor. Norvllino is a family physician in Itself. The, large SOc. family  sizo bottle of cotjrso is most economical. - Small trial size costs a quarter.     All dealers sell Nerviline.������  BUT DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS.  ALWAYS CURE IT  Dresden Man, Who Inherited.Trouble,  Finds Speedy Relief and Permanent  ���������vurc_in-iJOuu,s"rviuiicy I ill5~  .Drosd,' Ont., (Special).���������Whether  Kidney disease is hereditary or not is  a mutter of opinion. Mr. , Samuel  Burkctt, a well knewn resident of this  .place, is convinced that ho "inherited  his from his parent?, lie knows that  Dodd's Kidney ,Pills. cured it.    '  ���������"  "I inherited my Kidney Disease  from my paronts," Mr. Burkctt states.  "I was treated by a doctor, and tried  various medicines, but it was not till  about'eightcen months ago , when I  started to use Dodd'- Kidney Pills that  I got any permanent ra" f. '  "Since then I have not felt any effect of iny old trouble, and I fo-ol that  anybody troubled with Kidney Disease  will bo houoiitcd by tho use of DoddV  Kidney Pills.If they follow directions  closely.  ��������� "f hope that others may bo helped  by Dodd's Kidney rills. I am well  known hero, nnd anybody who wishes  moro particulars of my euro can havo  thorn by writing mo' and oucloslng  stamps for reply."  Dodd's Kidney Tills never fail to  cure any fori: of Kidney Blso.ioc.  1   Elg11 Hours Only  The now school toachor in a rural  town .:nvo a boy a question in compound proporUon for homo work one  day. Tho sum describod nn in-  stance of men wcklng ton hours a  dny lo complcto n certain MRkv....  Tho next morning tho toucher, in  looking over the littlo pack of exorcises, found this lioy'n sum wholly nn-  nttoinplcd, Cnlllii!, him to hor she  askod why lio had rot tried lo do tho  sum.  Tlio boy, nCto. considerable fumb-  Hn;!; around In hiu poclmtn, brought  forth a note from Idn futlior ami handed lt to her. Unfoliilug It tho toucher road:  "MIbs,���������T refuse to lot my hoy do  this Hum you give him, as it locikn to  mu lo ho , slur nl eight-hour system.  Any sum not more I bun eight, hour; he  Is welcome |o do but not more.  The m:ik< n/i in:m e.ij U. > llui'li,^  "Herald" deserves n upank'.ng. Just  below an nrtloio to tho effect that  "iMaiTUigo iiiuke,. me.i live longer," ho  places a newt; inmy hi'tiled uh follows:  "Twins! Ilo 1. told; Father drops dead.  The Tie That Binds  Wife--! am a bundle of norves!  .Sympathetic    i:usband--Woll.      io  long as the string doesn't brcnlc, you  will bo all right, my dour!  As  hverybody Knowo  How a.re you modern women ou tho  hkirl  nil* ''m!   ������:.l.cd    iho    ancient  Hhade.  Divided, bawled ihe young potent!..'  spirit, informatively.  Customer���������Ha.e you tuo new edition of Pcpy'H Diary?  AniMiuiii:���������-On, in: ������ir, next year's  dlni!f:s liavtn't come down yet.'  Timokeopor (arranging starts for  Scottish golf competition) - iVniue,  pleiise.  flolfcr-'M. de Valmont,  Tiinrki.'i.,por---TutH, mon. we ciiium  bothor oiirsolvoii wl' nnnicH Illio Unit  here, Yo'lj Hlart at nine thirty the  morn's niornln' to The linnie o' Me-  l'liorsc ..  The lawyor did not feel very kindly  lo the Hf|itlt'o but thought it wise not to  iiinnll'eat li ti-* fe.'llngn and mild goodbye with .*  fair dogreo of pulltenosn,  {.itHHi-u,<:,  .ii,,   .>u..\Ui,iiii^,. o.ttu   uu-  ntjulre tin Innneent rir\ -.i bml>, nnd  i"  tho visitor walked pompom:!/ out of  tho olliee the sfiulro chuckled.  ���������������   A mnn who hnd neon troubled with  brc'nnltltls for n long time culled on a  rather noted doctor. Air.-' ti low  OUOHtlons the doctor told lilm he had  a common nllmont that wouli'. road liy  yield to Iretilmont.  You'ro so Httro you enn euro my  bronchitis, said the mnn, ynti nniHt  linvo had groat cxporlouce with it.  Why, my dear i-ii, ruiifhlid the doctor, ! hnvo Iind (t inyHelf Tor over  twenty year.;.  Hard-Working Jameo  , Now, James, said the'joiner to his  apprentice. I am going out.' I don't  expect I shall bo, long, and you can be  planing up that 'tvii-by.-clght beam till  I' como back". .  ��������� But, alas! misfortune overtook tho  joiner. Ilo slipped at'the bottom or  the street, sprained his ankle, and had  to be taken homo. ���������; ,  ' The next day, towards- evening lm  hobbled into his workshop and was'  confronted by an enormous pile. of  shavings.   James was. invisible.  Jim!.,ho called. ".  :   Halloa! came a far-off echo.  .Where arc you?  Down hero under the shavings!    "  W-why���������what aro you up to?  Planing that biam up. .You told me  to keep at it till you came back"; but if  you'd kept away any longer thcre'd  liavo been, none left, . ...  It was, perhaps, just 'as well for Jim  that his master's accident had ..disabled his foot.  Flapjacks and Flipjacks  -   When  tho  clover  acrobat : jumped  into tlie air and turned three different ways, before alighting,  tho aud-  ie!ice_y,e!lad_its_app_o_val.,  Ever see anything like that before?  enthusiastically cried a young man  who sat.in one of tho front rows with  his best girl.  . "Yes, indeed," answered -��������� the girl,  "That looks just like the way the aver-  ago man turns a griddle cake."  Grand Opera Birds  Live birds havo figured largely in  recont stage proc'.uclions, .nd the following conversation may tako place  at any moment. .  '   >. ���������  Lady (to poulterer)���������Your geese are  very, dear today, aren"- they?  Poulterer���������Madam, I can assure you  that all the birds i- this row havo appeared In grand opern. I can do you  a panlominc goose nt a rather cho'ape.  rate.  Irrigation Farmers Coming In Special  Solid Tralnloads  Solid tralnloads of irrigation farmers from the irrigated areas of Colorado to tho C.P.lt. Irrigario . Block in  Alberta aro the direct outcome of the  policy adopted by the Canadian Pacific Itailway of "encouraging to its irrigated lands Bottlers'with practical experience in farming under similar conditions." Colorado is one of the load-  it-g irrigation states, and artificial use  of water is a vital feature of agriculture, A party of representative farmers from thai s!������.t& were shown over  tho'irrigated district in'Alberta last  fall, and wore- so impressed with the  possibilities cf the Canadian district  that they at once closed contracts for  all Uio land within the readv made  farm colony, in dig; lhissnho district.  Those farmers with their wives, families und effects will leavo Colorado by  special train about tho first-of March  on route tor Iheirnow homos In Alberta.-  Tho Importance.- of this movement to  tho development oL Western Canada  can hardly bo over estimated. The  fi-Ol thai the foremost Irrigation farmers of tho Ur.koc. States, aft or a persona! cxaminatlo-' of the irrigated urea  In Alberta, arc selling tlioir holdings  in Colorado-and moving in train-loads  to Canada lolls its own story. It is  tho Lost assurance of th. great "possibilities which await tlio Canadian irrigation dlstiAV., ns it show., that in  Uie opinioi. of practical and successful  IiTlgution- farmers,, the opportunities  awaiting-thorn in Canada are greater  than are to bo found elsewhere.  The trainload of settlers already  referred 'to ''-is only tho beginning of a movement which'this season  promises to eclipse all past records.  Other trainloads will bo mado up from  timo to. time, and so important'is this  trallio expected to- become that a  special "sido track has been set aside  at Minnesota Transfer'for the handling of those trains. Tho 20 -year's  terms offered by the C.P.R., combined  with the fertility and natural advantages of Canadian soil," are proving an  attraction too great to be resisted by.  practical American farmers,  IN MISERY  AT MEAL  TIME  Indigestion Can Be Cured by the Use  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.-  If your digestion is weak you cannot derive , proper nourishment from  your food. - Tho pain and distress you  suffer is a protest from your stomach  that it is unable to do its work'. It  is then that you- lose all appetite,  havo dull headaches1,_acute_pain3_ia  Makes Breathing Easy.���������Tho constriction of tho air passages and the  strugglo for breath, too familiar evidence of nst'imntic trouble, cannot,  daunt Dr. J. A Kollogg's Asthma Remedy. This is tho famous romedy  which is known far and wide for its  complete effectiveness ovon under  very severe conditions. It In no untried, experimental preparation, but  one wllh mnny yearn of strong service  behind it. Uuy it from your nearest,  dealer.  Wants to Capitalize His Prospects  Mr. Hoc'..:���������So you want to marry  my daughter.      Well,    youni!    mau,  what aro your prospects?  Young  Mnn���������Hsci'llonl���������if  j-0ii  do  not ('.poll thorn.  A deposit ot sphalerite, or zinc sulphide has boon traced jvov throe  nille.i on a mouiu.'iln above Arrow  Luke, lirlllHh C'olutiibin, nnd linn n  width of no to 100 foot. It Is ono of  tho largest intissuii ot zinc ore on tlio  continent.  Hendenism  Young" Hiiilc (to waiter) - Wult.v,  my hUHbnnd line been here . lot lately ; I bopo UcV all rinht, eh'.'  Walter���������Oh. yt-fl', he neve )ir,i nmre  thnn throe Kinase:" of beer. If '.the  wore not happy he'd suHy drli'l- ���������!<  Every Woman  Knows That  instead of fmllow* Bkin ant] fnco  blemishes Hho ought to-possess  tlio clear complexion nnd tlio  beauty of linturo and rooiI  health. Any woman nftlictcd  or mifterinjr at times from  headache, backache, nervousness, languor und depression  of   spiriIn���������ought   to   try  BEECHAIVI'S  Dii E C  the .safest, surest, most convenient and most economical  remedy known. TWehnm'n  Pills remove impurities, insure  better digestion, refreshing  sloep, and have an excellent  general tonic effect upon the  whole bodily system. Thoy havo  n wonderful power to improve  the ffenend health, while by  purifyinrr Ihe blood, Boocbam','?  Pills   clear   the   skin   and  Improve  The Complexion  'JMif cvcrynltcic,   la txjita, 2j h������iu.  Nu woman #Kould fall (o r������iJ ih* vilatbU  ���������iircctioM wild cverr boc  the cliost-^nd abdomen: heartburn  and other distressing symptoms,  You cannot,,euro iudige:'.ion by.the  uso of laxatives and prodigestcd foods  ouly mako the stomach moro sluggish.  Indigestion can 611I3 bo cured by giving lono to and strenf".honing the  nerves that control the stomach. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have "curod indigestion times without number, because  iihoy purify and enrich tho blood. In  tlds way thej impi\>vo the appetite,  dlsp'ol the torments of indigestion and  Ouablo you to derive benefit from tho  food you take. Tho following Is proof  of these statements. ��������� Mrs. George  Brien, Groat Shomoguo, N.D., says:  "A fow. years ago I was taken down  v.itb a-Cover which loft mo suffering  four nervous, stomach trouble. I  npp'irontly got over it, but tho trouble could not havo been wholly eradicated, as during tho summer of 1912 I  was taken down with It ngahi. I took  mnny liiodlcinos, and whs attended by  two different doctoni. but Instead of  gf,*tiiig .woll seemed to bo growing  worse, I could not out. without suitor-  in;,' tlio most Intense pains: even a  drink of milk scorned'to upset mo, I  slept poorly and at last dreaded to son.  night, como. In this contlition 1 ea>v in  a f:offfpn.**or tho story of a woman  who livid fi'r.ilarly suffered, and wis  cured through tho uso of 'Dr.' Wif-  Hums' IMnk l'lllu. I decided to t-y  Uu I'ills ar.d found by the timo I 'nd  t<il:on throo boxos rhat thoy wnro  hoh'-i.g me. I contlniiod tiBing'-tlio  1'llls until I had taken eight bocu  wheji the trouble hail dlHnppenrod, 'ind  I Imvo to I'umlf Dr. Wllllama' l-Hi.l.-  Pills' U������r I'o'Ji'i-liiR my health nl'tor. I  hnd practkally given up hope of o-.'-jr  b'jln^ woli ri-',",rin."  I ir. Wlllliims' Pink Plllu aro fiold by  al" medlclno dealers or will he ������int  by lnitll nt fiO "entH a box or six Imo-i  for $���������:."!) by writing Tho Dr. WIIIUimb'  .Modlciii'.i Co,, brockvlllo, Out.  He Was an Actor  A certnIn actor, who wnlked aenm.-i  tin Htngo In u Htroot Bimno of a third-  rato drninii, wan vory fund of tolling his friends what ho would nc-  i'ompllHh when ho had a spi-uklug  purt. No inn tie r how small it on,  ho would tiho'v thom what roal acting  ineiint,  KMuituiilly his cppoitunlty ' camo.  lb' wnn booked lor it comlni' production, Ilo wnH to nppeiir in one of tin;  htiiou und nay two wordn "It'Is,"  True, tho part waa small, but It  was u hcrfl liilng.  Vuc ihi'oo >r,ci'l������n, ulclitly, bc.fiin* his  mirror ho rd.earned; fryliut all nortii  of  geHturoH,  cxprot'-clonii,  and  tonos,  ,,,.< 11   1, .   r, M   r.iM'l", ,-l   ���������   ���������    , '  The eventful night nrrlved when  the curtain v/nu %r. r\?o on llm now  play lor Urn llrKt time, nnd our bud-  d!.:f,' "Irviuf.;" Impatientlj avnlted lilx  cfiii. It came. And no thin In the  e'.d'.'  II"   -      1   ���������       1        -if ....   .     IT .   .        1 .11  ed to th'i cont'o of tho BlftKo and in a  vi.lco of thunder clod: bi it?  A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY  . o  Aa eminent scientist, the other day,  javo his opinion that tho most won.  dorful discovery ot recent yearn wiia  tho discovery of 7.am-Buk. Just  think! As soon as a single thin iayer ������  of Zam-iBuk is applied to a wound or  a .iorc, such Injury Is Insured against  blood poison I Not'one species of;  mlcrobo has been found that Zam-^u*  tloea not kill I  Then agaiu, As soon us Zam-Buk  Is applied to, a sore, or a cut, or to  Bkin disease, it stops tha smarting!'  That Is-why children aro such friends .  of Zam-lluk. They ��������������� caro nothing for  tho, science of tho thing. All thoy  'mow ia that Zam-Huk stops their*  pain. Mothers should never forcet  this, '  Again.   Ajb booh aa Zam-Buk la applied to a wound, or ton diseased  part, tho cells beneath the skln'a aur-  faco    aro ' so    stimulated  that new  *  healthy tissue Is quickly formed. Thla  forming of fresh healthy tissue from  bcloio la ZiuiM3uk'B secret of henllng.  The tissue thus formed Is worked up ,-.  to tho surfuco and literally casts oS  iho diseased tissue above It,   This la  why Zam-Buk cures aro permanent.  , ������Only tho other day Mr. Mur'ah, of  101 Delorlmlor Ave, Montreal, called  '  upon tho Zivm-Buk Co. and told thom  thnt  for bYor  twenty-five  years  he  had been a martyr to'eczema.    Hia  hands were at ono time, ao covered  with sores that ho had to'' sleep In  Klovea.   Four years ago Zam-Buk waa  Introduced to him, and   In   a   few  months It cured  him.    To-day-^over  three yeara,after his cure of & dlaeaa*  "  ho had for twenty-fly������������years���������rhe la  still cured, and has had no trace ol  any return of tho eczema!  All druggists soil Zam-iBuk at 60e.  box, or wo' will send frco trial box if  you send this advertisement and d lc.  stamp; (to,pay return postago). Ad������  Ath* Zam-Buk Co.., Toronto.  ' ';  ���������ptnDlO;!  ,#.illflfrf  ���������������������.������. J  '.'tot  ,t������B>'>l  ��������� .wowtisi  ijyiunfl  :3������ J*'f  $ ���������  ck-ujl  He Shouid Fret  You can't fool all tho people all tha  time, announced the investigator.  I know it, replied the truti. magnate.  Thero h plenty of profit in fooiing hull  of thom half the time. ,  A club of eccentric .-ouns men bad  for one. of their rules that ou Tuesday  cveniiigs any. mui who askod a question in tho club rooms which be was  unable to answer himself should bo  fined $10.  One oveuins JMcLoiighlin asked tha  following:  Why doesn't a^grcund squirrel leave '*  any dirt arour.o tho. top of ois holi  when ho digs it?  After some deliberation Mc-Iioughlin  was called upon* to answi.   his own   .  question.   That's er.py, saL he.   Th������ ,���������  squirrel starts from the bottom ami  dlr- up. " ���������- "  '-  All vory nico,_s_uggostcd    .m_ember,;_.  butliow does ho got lb tho bottom?   ~   "  Well, answered M.cl^ughllu. that'������  your qu -stlon. . " ���������  I-*? !  ''���������wes  'A '*?'*'  Tho publisher of the best "S'arraer'a  paper in tho Maritime . Provinces lo  writing to ua states*  "I would tay that I do no* know of  a medicine that has stood'lho'test ot  time like..MINARD'S LINIMENT. -It  has boon au unfailing romedy in our  housoholdM ovcr-'-inco I can remember, and has outlived dozens of woultjt'  bo coinpotl.ors. and imitators."  lifter'  '. not"  ''������i ' "tfi  '������������������Wt  ���������i\M������l  i iljirj  -if!  ������-'iij[iiy|  Carriage Lady  A womai\, drossod in faded finery  was put In tlio dock'on a charge of being drunk and disorderly.-  Aftor tho magistrate, hn-.. been told  that sho refused :o walk .o.tho police-  station am. had to bo take:-- thero od  tho nmbuluiico tho piisonor explained*..  1'waa drunk. Why shouhV I walk? 1  am a cnrrlngo lady. i  Tho MaKlstrate���������Well, pay the. cur������  rlagc hlro; live d ' -.m  ,  '   r"  Looked Ljke It  Well, sonny, said the n-acher, I bopa  you'll imvo a yery good ("'lime thii  Thanksgiving.. *.������������������<  I'm "-olug to hnvo, tho, boy replied.  Are you nuro 01 lt? shenmlUd.  Yop; mawH laid In n stock of castor  oil and Boothlng ayntp.    .  Mistress iwh,j has jimt drunk a  glai'H of water in the hall)���������That water had a queer taste, vfniie,.,  There ain't p. l.vo germ' in It, mum,  I nn. it through iln inoiu chopper boforo I bro ,������kt It to you.  ' Rrenklnu ,jt Gently  '"'he IIobh��������� have .poked up your  record and wan told thnt your word  wan as good as your band.  Tho Appllcnnt���������I utii pleased to  hour It.  The lioBH���������And, further, that th*  only bond you over nlgnod waa yoir  ball bond and you jumped tliat.  ��������� ''Vl IA  ;i  fia  glied  t������3  : Uakd  ���������ywlij  0 t!ij  iltcrq  V.Oi  'it*'  i 1  ll:inl.cnd Hit '\������V.cci station)���������-Thny  say jou have c.iiioht tho fellow who  robbed our lumn    night boforo Inst.  S'TU'eaut ��������� Y<-.s Do yor w.-int to  Hee  lilm'.'  Iltubaud -Pur.!! I'd like to rail; 1.  hlpi. 1 want 10 know how lie got.  In without wnkJiijj my wife. I hilVe  ''i-irii trjinp ."' do t'-.tt for the l:t������t  tv.-filty j'eiu-:.  An Anem.ily  V.'.l.j    I'.i, '..I'.al. ,,������u i.'yi>,tiat> ?  Colund ���������An nnomuly, rah, Ik a bed  of mint lu pro.....ttlon leiiit'uy.  i  Cramming down lll-ohoncn  food, and rushing back lo  vork, leads Jitnlpht to dw>  p������pjia, with all it mf������n.i in  mLwry.  Proper habits ol eatlnf,  with a Na-Dru-Co Dys������  pcpiU Tablet alfer each  tnii^l, restore good digestion, health and happiness.  A box ol Ih Dru-Co Dy--  pe|K,U Tablets costs but  GOo. s������ your DnigjfUt's.  National Drug aud Chern-  1   iomaCo-c' Canada, Umtted.  l!te=r.x-  W������"!  ���������auy^an .**������  u  THE  NEWS,   COMBERl.AND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA:  ������-V*������aH>a������<aialjni ^��������� + mV*  iiBi'iaaft IMS  iv,'.   \Y".kIusads\y the  C^imheMand  "*1������ >  ;v������r.  :e.  'ro.  lot. hold   itself  opinions o> oth-  _.-"���������*. r in  ;n.o.  ltd  Colli 1111*1:  AY  AMI.   i    10)4  NOTICE  Vv  ;. . >.'���������',���������; to take and  ���������   -'.:;. water.  *"Oi.'.'   '   .   'i'Jieb/ yiveu that Ksqtt'i-  "'    &   '' -ij;jii.w. r.r.llwfiy, ot   Yiotorio,  vr."   .'���������'.- y f> " a liceroi io t'������Uu ������.������d  . "���������"���������     ."> w. .'I.MiH per 54 houra, t.f wit'cr  ' \ ��������� -., ���������������: Oti-'W,  vvhioh flows is  ������  .at   ly   i.-!-i';:iim   through   Kowoastle  ..������!������   . i"������\* eiiip'i'K into Strmts of Goor-  ���������   .- ,-,il.H wot  of  WE  QuaHciiBfl  - .e ,vauir wi'i he divtrtvl at L'500"  >. from   r.'.ilw..y and will ba u������������d  'orfjt. .-r.l raiiwuy pu pupation tho lmd  '   -r.f'   .-lu.-It'.iiU-ay Uiyhiol W������y.   Thu  i  |KwLd t������ tho -srouuil on  tho  ... ������������������? Apr-1.1913.     Tho" appllcali m  .   . ��������� i l'.V ! In tho olliee ���������������$ tho "Water Rh-  ,,'. ;.-\ Victoria, B. O.   . Objoutiomi mny  - ".���������:���������{! with tho said Wattr 'Recorder er  vi:   ���������.'���������'���������! Oo'mptroller of Water Rights,  . ..'. ..air.t UuililioRs, Victoria, ft. C,-,  ���������'."*��������� VJ1"SH\LT & NANAIMO HAIUrVAY  Applicant  -   H. B. B&ASLKY*  ABent  ������y7  un ,u������lv"v.ul-iS IV t oi"Ri OF  NANAIMO II OLD EN        I  AT CUMBERLAND.  IN THE MATTER o������ Sarah Ell-  enor Tyson deeonsod, intestate. '  ' AND  IN THE M ATTKR of tlm "Offl-  ���������siul Administrators "A of."   ������  TAKE NOTICE that by order  of His Honor Jndgo Barker,  mudo tho 5th dny of Novemhor.  11US, 1 was sip-pointed Administrator of iho EBtnto of the ahove-  inontiont-d dea-asix), atid all psir-  tioa having claims against " the  saiil estate an* hereby required to  furnish same,' properly verified,  to me on or, heforo the 13th day  .'DwxMwhor, 10JS. AND all parties indebted to 6iii<l estate, are  required to pay the amount of  their indebtedness to nu* forthwith.  Dated this 11 th day of November, 1013.    .  W. "Wksi.ky Wiu.iiRn,  Official Administrator,  tjHinberlnnd, 1). C.  \������v-;������ rWM - wat* .-jv /  i'A'  TER NOTICE  KOft A LICENCE TO TAKE AND  USE WATBK.  IN   TOE  COUNTY   COURT  OF NANAIMO   HOI.DEN  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN TUB MATTER OF Daniel  Mnp*ai.?deceased, intestate, who  died at 'Cuniboriand, Ji. C.   on  Juno 25th 1913.     n  AND  IN THE MATTER of the '-Official Administrators Act.**  TAKE,.NOTICE that hy or-  der of His Honor Jndgo Barker,  made the 5th day of November,  1013, I was appointed  Ad mini &���������  ,v!  10K U hereby fciven. that Eequi-  ,. *N������u������iifio Kail way, ot Viotorn,  ."���������> -pvly t'ir a rcace to tuke and  ��������� ;'������'g*ik������.B i������'t 24 hours, of water trator of tho Estate of the above-  :"iindy Crook, which iVi'*s in a nor-  ...���������'..-,': eetroa  through "Se.vcastla "Oils-  i:i-i   i.-A fmiHiew luto D-ey Bay, near  > ���������'.-. c m.'k Creek-   'f tie wntar will be diver-  I   ' ���������.-  IltiO" up troam fTora Railway nod  ., *'��������� '.ettSBJ 'or General Rulwiy yurpojes  .,) -".. -. lir.d ilesorilbeo; w Uailwny Right ol  J^;.v_Ibis n^tioe w-.s posted on    the  vr>:jd oi>, the ^"d^y'Tr'A'pfilirlSlSr  ri;- ���������ppliealiion w ill bu filed iu the office  .1 ilio Water Ikeorili-r at Victori-i, B, C.  P'ije7Vor.8 fQtiy W tiled with tho said  ��������� u'.-'r Hoeorder or with tbo Comptroller  :'.  "V,-t*r Right?, Parliament Bu-'ldiugB,  '..---���������-.-B 0., '  3: "C;U"i ^\UC & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicftot  X*. R. F5SASLEY  ���������'' Agent  ny'iir. .      xayl  WATER NOTICE  TOP. A LICKKCIJB I'O takih  US1> '.VA'VaR.  AND  5'01:701". ia licreV,)' given thnt K-qui-  ������nlt A Kanaiiao Uailvray ol Viotwia,  U. C. v<i,U fiyply for aHcodoj ti> tijto ftnc>  ���������t-fe i00,W9>{filiioijij per 2-4 liouirii, of wivten  ml t'f Hir.drp Crepl'a vri*lch Qowo ia ti'  r.or'f.erly di/cotioa tbiovajfl. Nolupn Dia-  Jr'.it aticJ i'Tnyti>B into B������yn������ Sound aciwr  f.ab'e Wvut. Tho ���������wa'kr will bo ("livorti d!  nt ll(X>"evt.tre������K. trora Railway Mid wiHi he  t!U*4 fer Oonetul Huilw&y yarpott*! on the  J*r.iJ f!������cr*l������fl iw rcilway rigbt oi wayTbiii  lunicc was ysftted *u ill* ground J-n the  Jjjd ei*jt oJ April,, U'lft. Th6- MipJiofttios.  uSM b������ g*.'������������ In' ^������'0- t>"Boc of thi Water  J'axvilw^ "Stetojift, S.C.. Ol'iootiono i������&7  ^e fifed uithfchtt nfeid Watcx lloconlo; or  "nWt'h fh*1 C������������rnptroU������r ol Wa'or Riighra,  V*riiAir.t,it Koildir/^H, Vsctorw, R, C.  V-JqWMALT & NV\NAlNtORMI.WAV  Applroft^t  W. F-    KASLBIT  nto'itioned deceased, and ail parties, having   claims*  against   Ihe  a ri   ,  eaid estate are hereby r^rm-ed to  furnish Fame, p,op&rly.,-vr*yified,  to me on or before the 13th of December. \913.    AND all parties  indebted'to-aaid���������estatej���������are re^,  quired to pay the amennt of their  indebtt-di)it>ss to me forthwith.  Dated this 13th day of Nbvcm  bor, 1913.  W. WiaujY WruuiiD,  OfUeial Adinini8t!rator>  Cnn>l)erland> B. C.  IN im COUKTY COURT OIT  KASlAlMfWi������U>KHAT  !������. Tflft    MA'ITER OF   Jtohti  6rflhfxti)**fen(iwn tu Joho S+rnyth  do������*^,-i������cd, rii'Ki^t-Ui.  ������nh(������ o'ittd at  Rt-.fil, IsUhi&un J.uly 5s L&K-t.  4iN,tt  UrT^nSE MA1TRU of tfu^Ottfoift]  Mdhnini^tntocH Ait1"  TAKKKOTrCFJllVivt ly orcibr oS  Hit������ Honor .Tudpe Eurlt3rr niadoj  tiit .V������ dij'i V.ivrmVior, ifiilS.'  ]������iuj bp^ictt'l i^dmimwttjifctop  ^f the Hume of tN) aiiov,u-man-  kiflned d������ocnt������d. uwl all' {laniiw  lk������������(n| ctuirM- -.'givm-t; (W gai/1  JAMkUrM* Sc^r;/ "ceyjlw?- ������������^< fur  ���������������MVi������rx������v fwo'^orly  rari&cd, loLii*.-.  ''���������' ||MN������ ov iek>r������ (Hii lli.h day of j^*1  '   lumber, IW3.   ANE> nil' ynr- ' '  . tiw i������dthud, to- ������.ut) tetato, ur  *t*fijit"rti'K)'";i>y >&<>��������� fl-wowiA <���������  llvtli ioJ*b"������nlinw<- u^ too i������.������>'  with,.  toll*) lb* smb. ������5<y ������V  JKov.y  ^*1"S>^  W* Tft\H>lA\ Wniw\it"i%       t y\.  W6&& Atlujnwiraur,  tta^*r.i-**L,R.Cv  INTHtS COUNTY  COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  "    CUMBSRLAND  IN THE MATfER of Daniel 0'-  CopnJl^also known as Daniel  John 0**Co4.neHV decoafesd, intos-  tatr, who died at, Cape Cc-cftmer-  ell, Rupert IHstricton .January  2*&\ 1013,  ANT>  MV HE M ATP Kit of the "OfficiaL  Atlr������in3fltyatoi'fl Acl.'*'  TAKK NOTICE that by order of  IJi& Honor  Judge  l^arkcJ, made  tbe &th tlay ������( Noveraber, 1S13-, I  waB ftp-jxsmtetl  Adwinifirator of-  thfrKntatft'ofi ther abov^ tooMios ������l  'dfaehiHtdfanidl ail' part-Sea   having  el'ainia agftrwit t.T,?.  fiivid yfitati: arc I  ht;.'ob"y rctjuiwl io furniBh   tvaro"?,.!  proporliy voriisuorto nao or������ or b->-'t  hire the ISth dtty  ofi   DojeaiJv r,;'  1 tM&   AND alt pasi m h������UlxwJ- .  taidicslato, ar������i-rt^ivired' tit  lornount ol th'iir  in<W  rao {oullm.iifc  Etttetathwi'litl-i i*.  bor, 12-13..  WATT.  TOE'A i  KOTICT!  truth *. Xu  B.O, wi&ir,  ojrt of '.'���������  erly i\j<  n.ii'V ki.  Ti-- " ������'  h'  1  >  If not, you had bettei?  TRY SOME.  Whoiesome&Palatable  It's  OH ������HBUGHTat "Joe V(alkefV  J*ieui England Hotel, and in Bot������  ���������~-~t-ies-aJt-ailJ:h.e.  A Most Healthy  Beveridge  and  made  from the PUREST  of Malt and Hops  We  Anything you want and whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTK.'.IIKADS  ,  BILLHEADS  ENVELOPES  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES  MHNU8  ULOTTKPtS  DODGERS  POSTERS  vto&^m  SITIPPfNO TAGS  VISITING CAKDS  BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  BALL PUOGJIAMMES  ETC., ETC., ETC.  TrSE CUMBERLAND  NEWS -J i
'The Self Satisfied Woman and
Her Long Suffering PiiWic.
A Real Live Poet and a Word Aboul
His Charming Personality���The Fascination That Lies Ire a Cow, Pitched
Musical Speaking Voice.o
��� Dear. Klsa���I liavc just' been talking
" to ouo of tlio most self stitistied wd
men it has ever boon my misfortune
. to moot.,, This, visitor of mine is so
perfectly, delighted ��� with everything
nlio does aud says and has.and is S"
euro of herself that ono feels llko giv
In��� her a food shako to 'get some ot
tho smugness out of her system.    ,
Always to feel eontented with one
"self must indeed be a pleasant sonsa
lion for the person, concerned, but il
Ktirely is an-affliction for tho rest of
mankind. ���
Now, dear, don't, misunderstand mo
'mid jump to the conclusion that I con
sidei* all self assured people'to bo suf
foring from an enlargement of the
ci-aiiium.- But,you will admit-that thi
exaggerated complacency is a very
common form of the" diseased ego.  .
Not long ago I read somewhere tha'
education jvoiild broaden a narrow
ml nil, but thero was no remedy for n
Dwelled head. Certalnjy some phlloso
phe'r said that It sounds like one ot
Pudd'nbead Wilson's sage remarks,
but"possibly Trend it on tho calendai
you sent mo- Christmas. How' I do
love the calendar tliat'doles out wis
'flora by tho day, just enough for one to
digest well!
To como back to my iczt. the man
"who makes himself heard, whether one
wants to listen to him or not, may br> a
boro, but none tho less onejidmires in
on-,irritated way his very persistency
and his ability to gain one's attention
But wo women don't feel the same tolerance for ono of our own sex who
."butts in" on every occasion, In and
out of season. Wc dub her just plain
rude or "nervy,", and*very often both
epithets aro used.   '; y ��-
But I do think a certain amount of
worldly -assurance the bwt asset in
tlils  life.   It makes a  person  more
agreeable, moro sought after and mon*
appreciated. Any one who can act web
lilSjpart in the give and take of.social
affairs* is'bound to be more, popular
1 than the shy. self effacing person. The
""" beautiful, flowerlike, modest type ''born
.  to. blush unseen"���where is shenowu
 days?��� Htirely-she's-npt-in-evidence^in
this most rushing of all rushing ccn
But, talking of people, I saw a rem
person yesterday, Alfred Noyes, the
l-'uglish poet. My Ideas of t,he physical
jippearanco of a bard were all knocked
iu the.head by this short haired, uius
. cular, wholesome, outdoors ' looking'
young,man who was us genuine and
truo in his outlook upon lifo as in ap
pea ranee. And this is. one of tho rea
eons why his verso and personalit.v
sre so popular in this country amonjj
young.persons, especially men..
Margaret D.'s son, a senior at Tale
.told mo when ho was homo for tlio hoi
Jdays that "Alfred Noyes and hi*
noi'try" was tho theme for, the prize
essay fn lilogllsh tills year nt the mil
vtirslty. -���'
.fliv- Alfred Noyes, I mean-reads ex
q'ulNitcly, and as I heard him talk
nbout "Tennyson" he had a fine op
. portunily in tho verso of this great
muster to exercise his talent. After Inlaid recited '.'Crossing the Bur" there
was hardly a dry eye l" the room. Hut
I must stop making ��uch a noise about
Alfred, 'otherwise you'll think mo a
Iwru '      n    '      '
Speaking of rolccs. how seldom one
JiciifH tho sweet, low affair of fiction!
Tho other day  several   women  and
myself wero talking about a certain
debutante  who  despite  her  lack  of
i;ooil looks ,wau carrying all before hor
lit the social world.
"What I like about her," -aid a rutin
. who joined us., "la hor voice.   It ro
n>nlndfl mo of Uie purring of a cat.'
Ills simile wan correct,    Tho girl's
volco was very low pitched and ciiiiie
from the buck of hor throat in a 'soft
liusky sound, and ita fascination was
imilcnliihlo.    ,  .
I n tn going to lio vory learned nnd
toll you wimt Itoclmfoucntild Bnyc
About tho voice: "Thero In more do
iiuenco In the toncH of tho voice thnji
In the cliolco of words." And 1 do
thlnlc ho procliilnm a rcnl truth.
/ dollglitful story of a Kpeiiklng volci
was told to mo recently, a voice thai
could not ho bought for gold.   It he
longed to a hardworking Utile servant
a clianihoriniild In n great house, wln)s<
Bpcnklng  voice   waa  so   wonderfully
sweet at* to provoke coniniout by nl
who heard lier talk.
.HcV mistress   particularly  ndnilrcr
Its iiu'iiHly nnd one. ilny sent for th
jrirl In come nnd spenk to tho tcachi"
wlin���was giving her daughter elocution
���." iHer.!." sbo n.'ial. "I want you to
U.if'U my Jiiiinhli'f to hin'nU )'!>����� OmL"
"Altis, nmdnin," tho toucher responded
���'/idly.' "Hint la ImpoHMlble. No mnn
cm tench tlint.' Those nfo neither
client  nor thront notes.    They come
��(- �������� ������> -
.Now, I mu <lrliiK(,vou, Klsn. dear, In
tjie most henrtloMH* maimi'r with till*
twaddle, so gooclhy, nm ���clicrlo, Do-
tfotcdly, MAHJ'IF*
'       J New Vork.
,p ' ,aai�� ii a, mil i a'
I A Delieleui Omelet.
iTho wref of an wpivlnllr flollolnuo
ojiiplet wtiri lu a ti'rtnln home ennic
to llRht tho othor dny. Moro yolk��
thnn nfftlfff��ii>4H��l. and a little rich
. cream goc* In when It In to bo plum or
I* tn to ���Mioned with rheoun.
Henry K. Wickstced Called  "Path-
tlndei'" For Line.
Henry K. Wlcksteod, Bachelor  of
Arts  and  Science,    ciyil   engineer,
Bailor, ��� woodsman, and bo forthr is
known  to tho mobile fraternity of
railway builders as tho Pathfinder of
the.  Canadian    Northern    Railway.
There's    another    distinctio      that
takes on fresh; interest from recent
events in Montreal���Wieksleed is tho
'father-and-mother    of    tho    Mount
Royal . tunnel,    To "attribute   this
monopolistic gender to the chiof engineer   of   surveys   for   Mackenzie,
Mann and Co. means to lop off a few
sprigs of  credit   tbat   false   stories
have woven into laurel  wreaths for
others,'says llobson Black in Toronto Star   Weekly.    Somo   recognized
the tunnel idea as ono of Sir Donald
Mann's Olympian propliosies; others
told how Col. ""Davidson, tho rajah of
realty, had comprehended' tho whole
business at ono swing ofhis walking
stick.    And then Sir William Mackenzie was supposed to havo "seized" tho scheme at one master flash
of intuition.   Now, tho tamo fact is
that tho Mount Royal tunnel is duo
to a calm,   professional   hazard   or
Henry K- Wickstced,   who   wasn't
sent by anybody to do anything���
but did it.   He camo home to Toronto and   mentioned his   plan to   the
two groat chiefs of theC.N.R. It was
then   that  Col. Davidson,   head   of
tho land department, took- a hand
car for tho metropolis and commenced to measure roods and perches for
"Model City." "���*
A conversation with H. K. Wick-
steed is certain to impress ono that
railroad building is really-uo() moro
troublesome than soldering a teapot.
Probably he does not intend to convey that impression, but of all men
ho is, the last to base his personal
record on extraordinary talents.   So
his^tongue slips by the coupling pins
of Wicksteed-plus and settles more
comfortably on the impersonal   concerns of the railway  that  employs
him.   For   instance,   I   questioned
'him as to<somo of tho problems of
tho survey cliief.    "Yes,' there -were
a few difficulties, but ho was blessed
with some remarkably-competent division engineers."   Was not railway
building in'the mountains a perplexing task? 0; not so very!' The main
thing was  "to follow   the   rivers."
And    carrying, a    transcontinental
across, the 'prairies?    Well ��� Mr.
Wickstced, afraid  of enlarging  the
character of the job which he ha<"
conquered.so often, tapered it down
until one had the   impression   that
railway building between Winnipeg
and tbe foothills' was   not,.half  sn
bard, as clipping 'yard lengths at' i.
ribbon counter.- "Such personal un-
obtrusiveness    is    a v.widely-share<'
virtue  of_th0-'"out-of-doors"   man.
and' seems   a natural   distillant   of
camp fires and  tbe common   saucepan. ...
H. K. Wicksteed is therefore the
wrong man lo approach for: much
information of I-I.K.W. In the Canadian Northern ��� offices, it is well-
known that Mackenzie, and Mane-
place tho highest valuo on a Wickstced opinion.. He combines thor
ough scientific equipment with mo!
lowed judgment, a "head1; for
��� weighing his engineering predilections on tho samo scalo as "fixed
charges." thus rendering him a survey financier aa well as a skilled professional. That ho has ingenuity and
imagination, two of. the plastic qualities In a man that lift him out of
the routine regiment, is shown by
Innumerable innovations in his survey' 'marches, which previous engineering practice lias not discovered,
Thus on the Sudbury-Port Arthur
surveys which covered oyer four
rears, instead of toting in tber win-,
-or supplies for tho' survey parties
and placing thorn In caches at the
rear of tlio advancing parties, he
changed the custom and had tboiv
olnced in front,,so that every day's
march through , <ho wildernepp
brought tho mon closer to their food
banes. "Tho effect on tho morale of
the parties was noteworthy," common In Mr. Wickstced.
MaJ.-Gen. Cotton Holds Seniority of
'Service In Canndinn Forces.
Born in tho city of Montreal, arid
having in tbe course of his duty as a
permanent, officer been stationed iu
turn at Kingston,, Quebec, Ottawa,
London and Toronto, Maj.-Qen. II. W.
Cotton, Inspector-General dtt tho Canadian Militia,- wLose appointment has
been extended to March next, when
he will retire,.is widely known in
Canada. Ho is ono of the oldest officers of the permanent force, probably the very, oldest ./In point of
swearing, in. -When, owing' to the
withdrawal of tho 'permanent,troops,
the duty was forced upon the Canadian Government of organizing a couple of artillery corps to garrison tbo
fortifications at Quebec and Kingston;
Col. Cotton-was a captain in tbe old
Ottawa Garrison Artillery and applied for and was given a commission
in tho new corps then being raised at
Kingston, which subsequently bc^uno
."A" battery, and eventually was the
.colonel of the present Royal Canadian 1-Iorso Artillery.
In, his younger days Gen. Cotton
was recognized as ono of tho best rifle
shots in Canada and twlco went to
Wimbledon as a member of tho Canadian team. He has never since failed to take an active interest ln rllle
shooting and artillery practice. He
entered upon bis first staff duties In
1882, when ho was appointed to' the
command of tho artillery school connected wita' -A Battery and was appointed assistant inspector of artillery. Ho retained those dual appointments until appointed'district officer
commanding the old third military
d.'slrlct with headquarters at Kingston. Laltor ho became Inspector of
Artillery, commanded military,-district No. 4, Ottawa', and was -Assist-
ant-Adjutant-Gehcral for Artillery at
headquarters. Ilo has also been Quartermaster-General, Master-General of
tho Ordinance, Officer Commanding
Western Ontario Division with headquarters at Toronto. Ho commanded
the first.infailry division at the Quebec tercenterary review.
Apart from a fow months' service
during tho Fenian ,raids, Gen. Cotton
has not had a chance in a:tlve service.
At the time of'the Northwest Rebellion of 1885 ho was commandant of
the Citadel, at Quebec and though-all
of the other, regulars in his garrison
were sent to tho f.ont "io was ordered
to remain at Quebec;   At the time of
the South African war he was, again
unable to' lctive for' Africa, his services being needed at Ottawa in connection with the equlpment.'and despatch of the various contingents. He
was represented on the field, however,
by his son, who, enlisted ,lnto the first
Canadian, contingent, from   tho Victoria Rifles of Montreal.- and gave his
life for,the Empire- at PaardeD^rs.
A. man" of calm.'unruflled "disposition".'
never over exacting, and always anxious io. give full,credit to his ;sub-
ordinales, Gen. Cotton' is much beloy-
ed in tho militia, and every officer and
man who has served under "him will
regret his' retirement.'   Mrs. Cotton,
who has always been a prime social
favorite, was the daughter of the late
John-Pindor of Montreal. r- Family
Herald and Weekly Star.
Taninrnck Is 1'a.ssln^.
The larch, or "tamarack," of east
ern Canada will noon bo commercial
ly extinct.     Already,  according  tc
Dr.  Gordon Hewitt,  the  Dominic
entomologist, tho  largo, larch  saw
liy has dofltroyed between fifty am'
ono hundred por cent, of tho canton
lurch,    Thla iimoct pest was intr<>
du cod Into  tho United Staiou   froe
TCu'ropo about 1881, and having {w
natural   onomloa   In   America   hir
spread over tho wbolo oantorn ha'1
of   the   continent.    It   Is doubtful
whether   it will   bo brought under
��� It Ib a common superstition iimonn
the woodsmen of custom Canada
that many of tlio "dead" larch Ireop
havo como to lifo again., Tho trees
noticed worn not really dead, how-
vor, but had appeared so. bocawnn
tlioy hud boon entirely utrlppod of
tholr loaves, by tho larvae of thu
larch saw-fly.
' ��� Tho ��� tamarack In a valuable tree
bocauso of Its ability to grow In
BWiimpn," and lin wood Is highly
oHtnomod fov fuel, ties, fonco postit
and conntru'etion work generally., >
. Tfio Voiw'n JmnilRrntion.    ;
Thu    toUl   uuiablatli/ia    to  Cul'tad.1
rturlnir thW flrct nlno monthe, 'April
to' December, of "tho current"flncnl
yoar/wao 3li0,fi21, mado up otA3,4,-
317 UrltlHli,' 00,HO American1, and
125,064 from all otlicv coiuilrlcR." -..:
" ��� Durlnff. 'tlio corroupoiidlnc 'nine.
inonuiH of laiii lineal year in�� tola)
nnnihor was IK.4,08.1, composed of
127,875 DrltlBli, 113,789 .Atncrlcan
ami' 02,410 from all other coup trios.
Tho Incrcan'o W fi per cent.- ���   ���
During tho calami nr year 1913, tho
total emigration to Canada wan 418,-
870, mado up ot 150,031 Urltlah,
115,751 Amorlcnn and 146,135 from
all other countrlcu.
During tho calendar ynjtr 1912, the
total number was 3il5,B04, cdmposod
of 145,859 Brltlub, 140,143 American
and 109,802 from all. othor coun��
tries,   Tho Increaao was 0 per cent.
Wireless Is In Demand.
. Tho extent to which wireless telegraphy under' Government control Is
being utilized by the peoplo of Canada-is shown by statistics contained
in tho annual report of the Nayal Ser-
vico Department.
A total of 272,087 messages, containing 4,275,759 words, wero handled during tho year by tho coast station services, against 190,250 messages and 2,839,455 words during
tho preceding year. This is an In-
creaso of 75,837 messago and 1,436,-
314 words over 1912, ���    .
Even as it is, tho existence of tho
present Government service and the
contract with tho Marconi Company,
covering the stations it operates, haf
saved   Canadians   thousands  every
' At lis Inception In 1909-10 the total number of messages handled wa'
only 84,077, ami of words 1,222,784.
In 1911, 119,668 messages wero sent,
nnd In 1912, 196,250. Tho West Coast
3orvlco, which Is operated directly b>
ihe Government, handled In 1913.
about two mlllon words, and tho Eos'
Coast about a million and a half, tin-
Groat Lakes servlco making up tin
remainder. ' "
Tluiro are now forty winilcH3 su>
lions In Canada, additions hnvlm
boon made during tho year. With th-
Improvement of tho Montreal station
It will bo ponulblo noxt spring1 t<
establish through comniunicntloi
from Montreal lo tho ocotin,
From   L}ltU��   River's , Mouth   Brnle '
First Saw Lake Ontario.
Now that  tlio relentless  force of
progress Is overwhc-lmirig'tho number
valley, near. Toronto, and. tho' landscape gardener and prosecutor of trespassers are preparing to destroy the
bounty of nature's slow mutations, a
special interest  is  imparted  to  the
story of tho river's varied past and
transient present by K. M. LIzars, '"In
the   Valley   of   tho   Number. 1015-
1918."- But the stimulus of this impending fate Is not necessary to sustain a keen interest, for, tho author
has'Jmpiirted a special charm to every
feature.   Careful research ln a multitude of sourccn Is not revealed by
masses' of   dry   detail,,  but "shows
���through facile ^descriptions, citations
and    entertaining    narratives.    Tho
geologist who  reads the records of
slow succeeding eras of ico and subtropical warmth is freely drawn upon.   Prof, Coleman and others who
havo studied tho geology of the Toronto district aro cited as authorities,
and thero  Is  no  sacrifice  either of
careful scientific accuracy or of thi
entertaining arrangement of conclusions and speculations;
��� Thero    is-   tho    most    carefully-
weighed scientific opinion regarding
the aspect of   adjacent   areas wher
uncovcred by tho   slow recession ot
tho ice cap,   when   tho   mammoth
tramped   tho   rich   herbage   by the
ahoro of tho ancient, lake, and during
the" geologically recent times whei.
tbe river found its present course and
excavated its- winding   channel and
beautiful but doomed valley.
Indian tribes furn'i3h solemn and
impressive pages of the 'number's history, and their'story Is entertainingly
blended with. that of European aggression   and   conquest-.since   Brule
lirst discovered the river "three hundred years ago.   Long since the' date
of the  skull   with  -tho   arrowhead
there were salmon at the mouth ot
tho river,' and when' the   mills   at'
Lambton were young Indians would
"shoot tbe, dam on their way down ii
spear, ��� and  in   the   swamps  nearb;
-there,, were numerous picnic parties
���,For many years In   the-nineteenth
century baskets were sold in Lamb-
ton, and   the   cwamps of the Lower
��� Number.furnished part of the mater
ial for making. Credit Indians cam"
constantly,-entered whore they chos'
and took what they chose and peace
ably departed.-.They had the right t
enter any   swamp, and   not longc-
than eighteen years ago a large part}
of them exercised it. .  ..
The date of the discovery of tb-
Humber'as the pathway to the Gre.v
Lake is not only of respectable anti
quity, but it is worthy of finding "
placo in the list of .great events of itp
time. "Brule," saysMiss Lizars, "ar-
fence the" next year.after-the English
first gained a footholiL in North America, and' he started upon his jour-,
nby with the savages which- resultofj
.kjho first expedition.-everVmade
westward of the Great River of Canada, and in the discovery of Lake Huron, ten years beforo tho* landing of
tho Plymouth Pilgrims; and sii
years after Hudson first saw the river
that bears his namo Brule stood or,
tho beach at the mouth of the Plumber and saw Lake Ontario���'the lirst
civilized man to gaze out upon thai
broad expanse of waters,'"   ���
Tho missionary spirit Inspired the
early explorers of this.vast unknown,
and while the message which impelled them to glvo up their Uvea
niay' broaden with the advances of
tho ago, their heroism and fortitude
will endure among the most inspirlnf.
records of human devotion.���Toronto
Tbo Odlco Hoy's Hillary.
Mr. Louis lloyd, tlm well-known
Toronto lnwyor,' tells tho followlnit
story at hiu own expense, Ho nayB
bo was goncroim in giving advlco on
legal and genoral mattnrn to <> all
around IiIb ofllco from bin partner
down, or up, to tlio ofllco boy. Ilo
llkod to havo tlilngn done junt right,
atid ho never hesitated to correct an
error or mako a timely nuggahtlon
for Improvement or advanco���-thatlfl
until ho ovorlioard ono day a con-
vernation botwecn bin office boy and
another ofllco boy from another city
ofllco. "What's yor wagon?" nakti
tho othor oilico boy. "J mi uioinsanu
A yc:ir\" replied Mr. IL-yd's boy.
"Aw, quit your kidding!" "Huro."
Insisted noyd'fl hoy, "I fint four del-
law a week caul), and tho rest iu
lognl atlvico."���Orlllla Packet.
Western Forestry Improves.
IX, H. Campbell, director of forestry, who has returned from a tour
(if Inspoctlon of tho Dominion forest
reocrvos in tlid wcM, nays: "Lm
nuotUJonably tho work thero In lu
bettor nliapo thin year than over be
foro, Not only liavo flro-tlghtin��
Ifacllltlcrf, nucli an trail*, lookout
stations, tolophonn lines, tool caches
.nnd Orb'Buard*. boon vory much lm-
pruvod, but tbo construction of good
roads linn madft tlio ploafluro resorts
im UioBo'roAorvoB moro accestsiblo to
tb�� nsbllc."
Ontario's Slaughter of Wild Ducks.
���Over two million people in Ontario
aro waiting to see what will bo done
at the coming session of tbo Legislature to save the flsh and game supply.
Ninety por cent, of tho wild ducks
killed during 1913 wero purveyed by
tho high-priced hotels and cafes (0
tholr wealthy patrons. Tho plain
citizen who enjoys tho marsh shores,
whore tho birds are available, gets
tho fresh air but no ducks.
Tho-rtithloss market hunter feeds
tho wild ducks wheat and barley,
goes out ln bin launch, rounds up
tho ducks, and slaughters them with
nix and ton-shot pump guns. Is that
what wo call "sport"?
There were 25,000 wild ducks kill-
od by markot hunters at Long Point
in 1913, Tho slaughter al. Point
Koyal for last year was .63,000,
Thero woro 17,500 wild duckB killed
by market hunters at Mltcboll Bay
during tho year. Tlio number killed
off at Rondeau was 19,000.���Windsor Rocord, i'
Four Halo OctoRcimrlniiH.
Four brothers, all over eighty, and
known as tho Gammon nuartotte, reside In Brant County, Ont. Tho fnm
ily anno to Can..da about 1830, nnt.
settled near Hamilton, residing then
for about ton years, nnd then movln,
to Jlrantford. Aftor u short etny in
that city they took up their residence
at Mount Pleasant, The oldest of thu
family, Alfred, wan born tn Kent
County, near London, Kng., In 1828,
and Is at present living at Platts-
vlllo. Tho other throo wore born near
iU....'(lu)i,  P.ivliutd, bulla ii.  Ij.'-O, ii"
nldoR nt Mount TMenpnnt. Tin1 t\p\M,
William, born In 1832, Is living In the
village of Washington. Tho youngest, George, born 1S34, Ih now a resident of Jlrantrord.
110,001) Musk Mdoii IMantH,
Wnatorn Ontario fruit mnn are taking much Interest In an PYpurlment
that Ib now being conducted at I/oam-
Ington, by which'It 1- expected that
home-grown munkmolonn will ho offered on tho Canndinn market boforo,
or at any rale, an soon an tbo urrWtu
of tho Southern product noxt sonnon.
Thirty thousand muskmolon planta
bavi boon placed under glass in the
bearnlngton district, and a great yield
In nnilclpated. Thus (or the plants
aro being k��Dt la a lativfnctory
Hon. Charles li. Dcrliu lias ilecii nil
Active Politician.
,Tbc lion. Charles-Ramsay Devlin,,
Minister of Minos, Game and Fisheries  in  the  Quebec  Government,  reports as io   whoso' recent   sickness
causcd'anxiety to his friends, has had
perhaps a more varied Parliamentary
career than any other man at present
living, in Canada, says Chesterfield in
The Family Herald.   Ho ha��i been a
member of bol.li Dominion and -United Kingdom Parliaments as well as
of the Quebec Legislature, in which
he still holds 11 "scat.   No one needs
to be told that Hon. Mr. Devlin is of
Irish descent or that he is a nativo of
'Aylmor,   Quo.,   a pretty   place,   and
onco a. vory   important   commercial
und   transportation   centre, ,on   tho
Ottawa river a few miles above,the
city, of Ottawa. Ho was born,in 1858,
receiving-.his education  at  Montreal
Collogo and   Laval   University.   For
some years after leaving college ho
was engaged In mercantile and journalistic work, during which time ho
made his maiden speeches.  As a boy
lie manifested somewhat of a precos-.
Ity in the direction "of oratory and
elocution, aud an old member of Parliament some time ago related to tho
writer that when  "Charlie" Devlin
was a stripling it used to be a practice when Parliament waa ln session
for a party of members lo drive each
Sunday afternoon to Aylmer to visit
the Devlin family; a feature of'their
Hospitable  entertainment- each  -visit
being the recitation of bouio classical
oration or Ihe delivery of an original
speech  by the youth who Is now a
iiicmbor of the Quebec Cabinet.  Not
only did tho embryo statesman have
ambition as an orator, but he had
ability.   Some men's ma-lden speeches
nre hardly manly, but'Mr. Devlin s
were from the very first of a. vigorous
character.    .Moreover, he spoke English and French with equal eloquence
aud  fluency.    His attainments soon
->v6h.recognition, and he was elected
to the House of Commons for Ottawa
County in 1891, being tho lirst Liberal and last member ever returned
for the old County of Ottawa, now
divided into Wright and Labelle.   In
1S9G he was elected for Wright, one
of the two now. constituencies formed
from the old one.    He resigned tbe
jicat  to  accept  the  appointment  oi
Canadian Commissioner  for Ireland,
uolding the appointment until 1903,
and making frequent speeches setting
torth the advantages of Canada as a
Kind for settlement.
��� These speeches established his reputation as a speaker in a country
ivhich Is  famous as'a .producer'  ol
orators; and his services were enlist-,
ed,'readily enough we might-pasil>
relieve, on behalf of the Irish Nationalist cause.. In 1903 he was with the
leaders, tendered the nomination for
Jalway City, accepted it.'ranand was
jlecteii by acclamation, a similar re-
jult occurring at f a general election
Jiree years later.    "While a member
.it Westminster, Mr. Devlin^made several notable speeches and rendered
i'ood,service to his party as Secretary
���of the United Irish League.   In November,'1906, Mr. Devlin resigned his
seat for Galway, returned to Canada,
nnd was at a bye-election on Dec. 29,
die same year, elected to the Cana-
llan House of Commons for the Coun-
���iy of Nicolct.  Tho following year ho
resigned  his scat in tho House of
Oommons, having agreed to accept a
portfolio In tho Godln Government at
viuoboc as representative of the Irish
,iooplo of tho province.    He was at
onco sworn In ns Minister- of Colonisation, Mlnen and Fisheries, and was
ilected to the Quebec Legislature foi
tflcolet   at   a   bye-election   Nov.   4,
1907; being re-elected at tho genera)
elections of 1908 and 1912, b'ut eloct-
uig to sit for the new northern county
���A Tomlsknming.
The Advisers of tho Governor-General
Did Not Caro Much About Elec-
(ions In Those Days, But Worried
More Concerning C'lieir Superiors
and Standing at Court ��� Inten-
tlHiit Designed,to Spy on Governor.
Canal IIospltAl Service.
Conditions approaching those ot
4 woll equipped army will prevail in
,:onnection with tho building of thu
now' Welland Ship Canal nt St.
OalharincD, Ont. Dr. McCoomba Ih
111 chargo of the hospital and modi-
���nl sorvico which tho Government Is
instituting, and says:
"The main hospital,will bo on the
ilaveiiH farm on the Quoomiton ami
.Irlmsby road. ,��� This, will 4 bo thor.,
Jiighly equipped, and cnpablo df
iirovlding accommodation for (liOrty
iiaticnts, with small separate placen
for men nuffcriiif; from infectious
disomies. Thoro will ho a thoroughly competent staff of nurses and doc
tors, as woll an good ofllco and clerical staff. At Thorold we shall havo
a small branch hospital for about
ton patients, This will bo used an
tin emergency hospital, In case ol
bad accidents. Thero will bo another
Biiclr branch lioitpltnl at Fort Weller.
"Along tho lino of tho canal, dls-
penHarlnn will bn located, where the
men who am sick will recolvo medlclno. Three doctors will bo con-
ntantly patrolling the canal, so that
thero will bo no lack of attention.
An ambulation will bo established
nnd small stretchers will bo In ovory
camp. It in my intention lo havo tho
clerks and tlmo-knopors on tho canal
thoroughly drilled In lirst aid work.
Kadi will have a tivullnil and surgical ense, and bo latiRlit how to linn-
tlio It, Wo Hhnll give a prl7,o of ��&0
rwnrv t>lv monthn to tho man who
proves most efllclont."
Under the political institutions en-    n
joyed'by the peoplo of Canada, it has
oeen found possible to carry on a
government that insures to the governed tlie greatest measure of liberty
that  is  consistent with  order,  that
guarantees to each clti7.cn tho enjoyment of the fruits of his industry, and
encourages national development and
progress.    For theso great blessings
uie Canadian people must thank their
heritage in tho Uritish  Constitution,
which, under 11 government monarchical in form, gives to the people responsible and ela-stic democratic rule.
Theso thoughts aro suggested by
the session of our Federal Piirllamenf ,
"which nas just begun, says a writer
in The Montreal Standard, and that,
aoo, tends to causo one to look backwards to tho beginning of government
in this country, and to contrast tho
institutions of.long ..go with, those
under which lt is our good'fortune to
live.   This backward glance ena-blen
us to see how far the world has moved in tho matter of government since
white men came,to the valley of tho
St! Lawrence and planted here tho    .,
seeds of civilization. \    " '
Canada's earliest rulers were trading companies that, in consideration ,
of monopolies'grant d  them in  tho
fur  trade  and  the fisheries,  undertook to rulo the country for the Kii g
of Franco and develop it as a colony. ,
Among these early mcrcantilo rulers'.
were the "-Company..of Merchants of    *
Rouen and St. Malo, the Company of
Canada, the- West   Indies Company,
and lastly the largest and best-known
of  them  all,  the   Company, of .One'
Hundred Associates.
The companies did something to
colonize and to protect the colonists,
but on the whole they did more to .-
prosecute, the fur trade and* enrich
themselves. ��� Corporation-rule did noti
prove a success, and finally.in 16G3 Iti
was brought to an end, and royal government was set up. That year is a
starting point in what may be called
the history of government and laws
in Canada, for the consequences of
many things done by that first of
Canadian royal governments influenced the course of Canadian history,
and arc felt lo this day, especially in . ���
tho Province of Quebec...
The beginning of royal government^
iind^locairlegisJaiion'in-Cana'dartakeB     ;
- ��� 0 back to the "'year 1663, when Quebec City was only fifty-five years old, .
and  Montreal only  twenty-one,  arid
when the 'great Western, wilderness
of the Ottawa, the Upper St.'Lawrence, and tho. Great Lakes "reached
down to "tho very.walls of the little '
fov't that1 Maiso:neuve had built on
wnat is now part   of.  the business
quarter of Montreal.
The seat of that first of Canadian ,.
r"yal governments was Quebec, which
to-day Is well and truly called tho
"Ancient Capital."
At the head of the Government
was a Governor-General, appointed
by tho King of. France, whom the
Governor-General represented and a
small part of whoso glory the Governor-General was permitted to" reflect
.In the minlatur'i court that In the
rather rude palace on the heights 0!
Capo Diamond mimicked tho pomp
of Versailles.
Judging from his title and rem
^considerable part of his commission,
tho Governor-General of Canada waJ
tho all-powerful local head of tho ad- .
'liinlstratlon whereas, In fivt, be was
not so, II.s powora were limited and
infused by tbo,very wording of his
toinmlsslon and of, his instructions,
ind they were further limited by tho
oowers of another high officer, who
wan generally considered to be subordinate to tho Governor, nnd yot
who, with respect to somo mnttors,
seemed to liavo outranked him. Thai
second' high official wa.) "the Intcn-
��� 1 Tlm Jnlendnnt wan virtually a spy
on tho'Governor, and every'year ho
���stent to tho Minister or "MaJ-inp, whose
department administered, colonial af��
fairs, UiU'M-h, often forty pages in _
length till'-d wllh tho secrets of tho
colony, political and personal, groat
and small, Tho Governor also wrote
letters, and each wan Jealous of thu
liuters of the other
To assist tho Govornoi- and.tho In-
.iondnnt thoro wan a body known tu
tho Sovereign Council, composed of
the Governor, llm Intendant, tin
IllKliop, nnd at first of llvo othor councillors, but whoiio mimbor wua subsequently Increased lo twelve.
This remarkable Council combined
liomn of Ui a advisory and nxocutlvn
funotlonH of tho Onblnct of to-duy,
with some of the legislative function*
of Parliament, and tho funelloriR both
of a trial court and a court of appeal
Tho law that It enforced and, tliorJ-
foro, Introduced into Canada, win
what wns known In France ns iho
"Contn 1110 do Paris"���tho CtintoniH of
Purls, bused on tho ancient lloniun
Tlio (""uniiliig I'Wh.
Mr. Mark Wilson built a for corral
lar.t summer nnd ban had h bin pos-
iwmlon nlnfiorton red foxes. Tlmso
with tvir'N wd tt ��<*w>ont H001'* tl10
wlro being embedded in tho cement,
Motwlthntanding all theso precautions, Mr. Wilson has but flvo foxes
now left. Some time ago 0110 got out
In somo inynterlous un.nii.ir, another
broV.fi Ur. n��'.-k against the wlri\ and
ono night recently tho cutu littlo animals found a weak spot In tbo wlrp
nnd three. braV�� through to liberty,
filnco then sortio of tho h<>n-roont8 in
town have suffered, U. Welton losing
twelve fowl. Thcno tonncn of fully "fCO
worth of foros will Ixi charged up t*
Mperlence.--Fle��berton Advauc*.
Tlm rulo of tlm Govei'imr, tlm fn-
teniliuit, and Dm Ho/crolgn, or superior Council, cortlmmd to.tho end oi
tbo French regime. It i>ad H*> W-'-'H-
tlcii, especially with reaped to :iilll-
tary affairs, for It made New Franco
, 1 ,. 1 . t       .i,..i.       -.
With rrnpncl io civil mailers, tM
lystfttii did not work remarkably woll*
In fact, It seems to havo worked r*
nnrkubly ill, for a French writur t��
describing tho malo of Canada ii
I?!;?- two yearn Ivfor" Hm imrrwidci
���snyn that It l�� tlm "country ol
Ktmll, in fJUtlitm, ���**""> Hie """��� ���>'��'
covi "nmont In thlH country--n W
tern that rami* to an "��d "*IH> tbi
surrender by Vauili.-'iil ;' Mon'reaJ
in September, ITU*. "-*!--t ..,1 1 iimlre*
yt'Ai't cf ft. lit ".nip.
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i if THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  tM*������*mM*xiem3X2+m-J-*M~i*w*^*iXi*mAM^& wmcx  'H  lie xanii tore Store  Special lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain,Prices  New lines "of Linoleums, Wall  Papers and Furniture  Just opened out  A full line of Pawcett's Stoves  and Ranges on hand  McPlice.IHock,  A.-MoKINN'ON     Cumberland  mb^Hrnvwrnm*****' Ul4J1"t"fl  LIQUOR   AOT, 1910  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the ninth day ot Mr.y next,  "nppliration will he niade to the  Snpeiiiitendeiit of Provincial Police for the granting of a license  for the sale ol"'liquor by rct.iil in  itnd upon the premises to,be constructed,iu accordance with tlie  plans and specific ttions to be tiled with Ihe" Superintendent ol  -Provincial   "Police,    and    to   be  known as ,  and   to  be situate at or m-ar the govern  mem wharf at Roystou. Kelson  District, Uritisli Coluuibia, upon  the lauds described .as Lois 20  and 21 in Ulock-E of the Subdivision of part of section's 4  and  6 A. '  Dated this 1st day   of   April,  J9I4-" ,   -     ���������  .,  ,        IIknry Idikns.  Applicant."  oving  i eta re  Mr.'James Wmd, of   Vancouver, the recently   appointed city  ^-]ioliCtt-otlicer,-aT-v-i.v.ed_iiU-0-\y_n_o_n,  Tuesday.    While wc regret that  ,our police commirsioueis did  not see thuir way clear to ap-  j)i ittt a local man to t.;e position, we believe., that the comms  sioners acted as they thought, in  the best interests uf the city.  We trust that Mr. Ward will  j 101 can efficient officer, and  l-.wd lie will do his duty wilh'out  'ear ur-favor, and not too'officiously;  ���������. 4^,   I).1 you knuw llmt tliti alitor or  the iVporler of a riuWPpapor can in  1 is muuh Hlnp and nt������k a hundred  -..���������������������������ft>, a "Whit ia ilio , cws ?" Ai.d  1 ii 1: y O'ii uf u huiidrrd will roply,  . ���������'Noiliiii" f|,i:otn!, iu d vet (if youi  <i!liil nu lulu r ltt.ow sotuctliing  inn if iml-foiiiididn 1 he ntsxt piipi-r  v .V ������.!iluiiif|i them {ireally und (lis*  ; I I 0 nt ilium /inure,  ami   jiorliiipH  nkij ,l)tiu/niiiildcsr Hjhii liornoip  JJini't Ixj nfraiil to loi the ncwi-imp  ��������� r iuku know it,  TWo arc ovi'tUioccorrinn in every  ruintnttnity which, if reported in a  Jurjitl paper, wonl.t own to   11   com*  /iio:i-11 ii'.-vi'f  dre.m.i-d  of.   What  < 1   i<|i irt nnd tv]iiit n;t tu ropml of  en j iTplexw tlio (,'ililnr.   Hoir*of'  I n ii. jii.it!v tt'.cui;������il  of 'euwariiico  ti iiii l',i wirilinin, wdon nil   tlio time  I-i������ ookinf,' 1'iwiiriJ   Iho g������oil jo  jiiiintini) of tlio town  wlki;re* Ids lui  i'-. o.u-1.   Tin* local  u -iior ijm������ nw  ,  i't������ ity   iilnitiM    cpnfil.ii.'ily   liiuh  lulu cif   Utweiui   two   fircH,   and  wliicuvir wuy lie huiih in nuru lo  iii |ilui*"d  lomt'oni'v   11'hu   is   "on  ih -|V *:')" hi' in no|>o,)i!.  nnd if ho  In (.if l i!   fento and uii'iJiliUH   with  miii.-s hn   known   niitlii,^;   uliou',  1    , 1 . ,     1        1,,, :.,  , ,1.,,.,,  ....   .   M...J    ,.i.'Ul..j    il>>.,-<.,   .,..   ,.l   ,1    uii.il'  ��������� .J ;><���������������.     TJiH iH ul.i; ul   a)i<;   j<lc.'..i-  liiiv of ll;.' llOWtfpiipCr   bll.Mllt8B.  Ti.uru ������;o ini'ii who will crii.j������u  iind "-crape and bow to Uik wouuti  in tji ir own uphcrti or nbovo thorn  i .'iieitil jofiiionv, who nr������ boor  rti u 11 iifj;h,lij only lifilf 11 d with-  1 ,t i!,(>,i toiiuliini; ihvir hit to 'ho  1 i' en who linvu 1,ut Han hocitil  J )��������� -ijie. Slit't1 ;i in hi in ill IiiimI,  1. , - ���������������., mi t|t-iin/ hu )��������� worn liim-nif  ti \ i i: cttif, 111 I Iii! t*liti|;,'.ion <d  iv.. .Hi ��������� ���������!' |it!:,ij������lc.  Ct^OWH THEATRE  Cumberland  OPE^fl HOUSE  CouFtsnay  NEW   HAllii  Bevan  Moving Pictures will  be shown in the above  p 1> a c e s as follows:���������  Daily 3 changes a week  j_jvLon_cla,y:, \\ledriesday_  and Saturday, Courten-  ay; Thursday.   Bevan.  Ttxio Shouis  Each  D Night  Prices as������"Usual  Use  NOTICE  tnMMBHBHMuH������MI"a������aMMt  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  , Every conveyance from the  Esquim'alt &', Nanaimo Railway  Company, not -already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Re-  gistry Office .before" May ,31st,  0next, .pursuant to the Land Regis,  try Act Amendment Act,   1914."  ������     L. II. SOLLY,   ,  Land Agent  -    LESLIE J. ASTODf .'   .���������  Practical Boot aud Shoemaker  Repairs Heat and"Prompt"  Miners'-and Loggers'.  ��������� Boots-to Measure . '���������;'_"'  Duusmmr Ave.,    Cuunberland  MAROCCHI BROS    ^  GROCFRS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING  WORKS  \^  Agetits for Pilsener Brewing Cornpiin/s HEER   ,   ,'-  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors?  SECOND   STREET'        I  '*VV"--"'"'"'"-^*'w������n������a������^^ *t*f%*ee^������^mtH^>>������SaitJ  s  m  The first  shipment of our spring stock'  of  Shoes have arrived in  Men's Tan and Black Button  I/adies' Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede in?  Lace and Button  '3  KsaasasBsxxsxsaq  33CTHEE2ncnrasa  gr  .1<SZX31C2Z3!CB3������\ W  [Coiitiniiod from front pugc]  little, as'if to convoy something  confi'lontially ho su'nl, "Wool,  Minister, you're no tno oxpoc' the  fulk tau. miso that ten pnmi."  "Wliy not ? " Paul tlio minister.  "They wi 1111,1' duo it," said Sandy.  ���������'How do yon know, Sandy, wlie-  thor tlioy can  or  not:   Imvo thoy  V ' aV  tried?" asked the Minister,  ''Woe!," says Sandy, "U'b like  thiri, "thoy'ro no^ goin' t/ie try,  iiii loiifj in? ye  rend yer Henmmp,  fllt'V  >n Minim  )������  throw  pay  nwn yor paper,  In   a   Becoml of   ooni't'o,   tlio  Mitiirtter took in tho whole Pitn  1  alion, hirt lionrt fiinkin<r to his  tnert, in huinilititinn at the  thnti^ht of the inipiely and biif-o-  nosH of tho 1111111," Oepi'ciiilly nfier  just loiiviii{.r such an iiiipror-sivu  cereinoiiy. AVith Htendy {j;iu;u he  looked ;tt Sandy, and Sandy look  od at him, iinxiousdy observing  the elTeot or his last pointed out  burst, 1'ur riovural iniiintes they  stood thus, silent n������ tlio grave,  eyeing ouch othoi', then calmly  ami tjniukly, "No Sundy,'' said  tho Miuii"tur, "it'rf not true; no-  lnnly. ivWa JOU   M/d)  <t    Uillly,    it  comes f'ruui you tiione, and you  nro slandering your hretlieni,mu*  liin^ them think ar:d H!ty tiling-,  that would iiuvui' enter Iheit'  minds. J'm MKhametl of you Von,  Sandy, an Klder of tlw Kirk, to  come straight from tlio Lord's tit-  l*hi, wiili rlioii|;litiillko llierfi', Take  yoiic book Sandy, and read v.lint  liiip(iens to them llmt e������t mid  drink uiiwoitliily; uu, never it^hin  Hpettk lo mo in that way Sandy, or  on finch a ������itl juet.  (To by coin-hided next w-juk.)  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L L. D.. D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager ^OHN, AIRD. Ass't General Manager  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 TeiVE FUND, $13,500,000  FOREIGN BUSINESS  "-"Tl.ilTBaTiir"o.Ters-u^  foreign countries.    It is specially equipped for the-purchase and sale of  Sterling-and other Foreign'exchange, drafts and Cable Transfers,' and  'for thefinrthcihg of imports and.cxports of mcrcliandise.   '  Commercial credits,.Foreign'Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued and available ih all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly &t Reasonable rates. ' S22  CUMB BRI.AND BRANCH.  = .W. T. WHITE, Iffanager  -,   NOTICE,  Any person or   persons found  cutting timber on   iny   property  on Roy Road without   niy   per-*  mission will he prossecuteel,  W.WITOHKLU  .  LOST���������Dark chestunt ninrp'  (colt,) missing , since the last  week in January from lv.nny  Bay. A reward of ������ro will be  paid for .information given lo  Geo. Stevens, Fanny Ikiy.  GO TO���������  HUGH MtTCHELL  FOR   YOU It  Genl Blacksmithing  -AND-  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Cnmberhn: ,  Locals  The Wnugdoodh's (colored)  ICntertniiier.s will appear iu the  Oity Hall Thoatre on the night  of Tuesday, April 21st.  UX������y������x������x  ���������>r������xs>sx5x?:  I Wood   Woodl  Wood  Now is thy timo lo place  ���������your order   for   SLAB  WOOD  ������2,50'. ...ju-v double lotul    (!)  From The  Star Livery Stables |  SITUATION WANTED-Iiv  a young Jnp nese, in hotel or  store, Speaks good Kuglish,  Apply Kobnyitshi, No. i Camp.  KOH SALK CIMOA!*���������A five  rooin tioHi������cr.������, on Pwiiritli Avtinin,  Apply at Ideal Stor'1.  TjIkj city luifl ];iircliiihod aUmui  of hoiws from Tom I'mrcw, of  Minti'i.    Tlm price paid wns $;in(),  Mm. 11 Molhtdo, of Viuioriii,  and h*-r dan^hlt-r, Mro. Cli;jn,of  WadiinRton, v\u;o in lown \>\*\  wm){, rtml woro tlio gueMi of Mr,  mi I Mra. Harry Creech  M   Muiron, M  I*, ivr.ir Connix,!  inivo.l  in   tiiwu tin   Wt'tlnoiHl y  llu will m ri ibdoity council  mid  ���������elm 1 l."ii.'t't>������ nn Tb.uxliy lunrir  iu������ todi^uyn  i-Qbi-ol litiiinofR,  I-OR SAUS���������Singer Sewing  .Mfichinc Ntcdies at this Olliee  LOST-A Gold Mnccahee Tin  representing a ,,I.ce.M l'Mnder  will please return same to News  Office.  FOR SALE��������� llotiae and K  noi'Oi? of land on Toys Road,  eloso to town, TV win ^IfiQ.OO  down, balniieo montlily, Hoiihi  m rent. Apply )������. O. JJox 100  ur this olliee.  WANTED��������� Rclial le agent to  handle     Indian     motorcycles.  WI)ol������.sa!t: j>. ice yivc.;   01;   i;u .  ehiiics to use as  dpinonstmlors  if  ptirchiisor   means  hiisincsa.  Write, Thos Plimley, V|c.  toria H, 0,  I Watch for our Sale of Odds and Ends after  I Stock-Taking        " .��������� ���������  s ' ��������� ������������������ -    ��������� ,.   =3 ��������������������������� a���������..        ,  ���������������������������������      ,  ....���������    .1 ....   ...n- -^        ��������� ., ��������������������������� ������������������   |" THE "IDEAL" STORE . N������xf nawbeiis    i  I McRae^ Acton, Haym'an x     1  llllil'IIIIIOIllllllllinilllUlllllllllllinilJIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIUillll!!^  ^\lllllllllllill!ilUilllll!ll!lli;S!lllllllllll|-JIIUUIIIIlllll|||llHIIIIIIIU!illllllllllHUl|llll^  ������   Capittil Paid Up $11,560,000. Reserve $13,000,000 |  HRoy^kBtH^e-j-G-aftediaT;  | DRAFTS   ISriUEI)   IN-ANY    CURUKNTA*;   PAYABLE; Aid. I  | over the  world; 0     ;  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid io SAVINGS ACCOUNTS'������ii'itero������  =   sit liiglieRt Current Rales allowed on Deposits of $1 nnd upwards.  1        /" ���������     ' " ���������       ���������    .  1  CUMBERLAND, B. O , Btanch, Op?n Doily      D  M. Moifiecn, Mgr,  1        UNION PAY, B.C. Branch, Openlaiiy.      F. BcEwortb,.Kgr.  1  COURTENAY,   B. O , Branch, Open Daily R. H  Hardwick,  Jffgr  .^uiiuiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiii-tiiiiuiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii^  #  "Ifl  y  P. Philliprs Harrison 8  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  \t. BOflO^fl  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  F YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S AU RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  Icle  FOUND -A nilvor walcli nn TJ .  inn 8trce������. Owner mny linvonnmo  by proving prpctij' nnd payinp  n r tbii ud.   A^piy il.iHolliut,  Ynn titivet bnn������r (U  true ���������xhilirttlon of  mo(ora|cltatf (ill you  rid* tbe IadUfr���������  Mpeoltlly tka 1915 IimUm.  The new ooosfsrt f*������l������re������  mik������ it mors thu ������v������r th*  perfect ronf<iMij/H������i, V\hr������m  lion and Joltinf don't exist.  Powtr, Upctd tiid Cndoruee une(,u������ltd  if my othor molortyol*. Coiti nut to  Mthlnf to mtliittln, Etiilir to rlda tl������������  ������ bleyote.   N������������di no |art|������, ������  TheGall  of the  Open  Comes with the months  of Spring and at Plimley h  everything is ready for the  Cyi.list nnd the Motorist.  The rot-.}, "Indian '   The  Motor Cycles. The igt.|  ' Overland!' Cars-and the  )i'\\'  ov< lt������   mnrlfls Iiv the  vorld's leading makers al!  ���������wait your choice. Send  .'or free catalogue to-day,  Fhos, Plimley  Q VTK������  '-f-./  VICTORIA. B. C,  JPM0* mniin airr- in���������11" "*T"r "V T'lryrTrmrt  ���������I


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