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Array ���������   ������    4e'-i  -   " V-i X.  "- .-'  v.."*"'  I.e.   '  t       -������������������-  ,'S">l ���������  .^  Devoted B&necially to the Interests of Cumberland tmc, Surrounding District.  Tins Nkws, Twunty Fiut/r Ykar  CUMBERLAND0,'J-5. C,  \VK1)NK$I)AY;   AUCi,  11', . :oi4  .?";������^*'3'i^^^  (t  ���������I  1  ���������  i-  1  I**-.,  is*  I  M  I  I  1.  is  1  I  ft)  A 3faut ������f ������l|r if any Kritf-ens at  JMii: lin\ Store..'  to  IS  (iitV Hoys' and Ladies'' Tun Uibhod  Cot-  ((.in llusn1, splendid wi.'iii'iuir <ni:iljtv  Ioc. iUIK.7 1'AIU FOR A0 DOLLAR  IiM(luts%'lilM*uk Silk ({lovvs���������smull sixus only  wri*-t length, rojuilai' voiuo,,-* lo r������nc'..  ,    SPKOIAL 1MI.CK aSc. A PAIR  Ladies' Wudcrvi-sts, splendid qualiiy,   short  ���������    '      und limn- sleeves,, -.    i  ���������Joe. KACII, -a.l'AlllS MOU A DOLLAR  Giiigliniiis���������F.nj' ii low days- ww  will -oiler  about, ,-100 yards in   striped and plain jrroe.n   ���������  '(.iiiijjhaius, reoiilar Values Ki 2.>,   nnd   80e.  1     "   a yard, LKADER p'lUCK 12Ao"'rKl-i YARD  Ladios'   Skirt:'   and   Tweeds,   small   sizes * .  ���������   ,      ouiy.    Only ii low left  " ' ���������",      - TOCIJ-JAIIAT J52.03  IIoiiPii Drosses���������See, our window for a special lot uf dresses at  - HA liv IMilCli A N I) SO AI IS -LKSS  Millinery���������Must bo dearud-'otit-.ufc   HALF    "  IMUCK Oil LKSS.     Vuiir chance to gut u   -  , ^'"('d Imt. fur very .Jit lio,  Sole'Agents for* Butterick Patterns'  1  1  (0  1  1  "*������  3!  *  1  I  it  max** uhul xcvsu  PlU'-fltl  ^U������*  !  V  -4  I  Board of Trade  [Met Tuesday Evening  Food in the War  Rutlilcd^c* Rutherford,, an A-  ���������,.     .,     ,     .   ,���������    , : uicricaii economist   nud   wiit^r,  Tho   Hoard. o{   Trade   nidi  on     , ,, ,    ��������� ,;  m     , .  - .       . who   recent Iv    loured    Kurono  Tuesday evening to receive  there-! ry ,- ,.',   "ulul^  port of tlio committee Unit \vi\e un   s m UIU>  pointed to interview tho Cunadiau  Collieries, re freight,nud pu*-songer  service in connection \vilh tho, E.  & N. Rail wny, The com mi Me.;., reported intorviow with General Ma linger Locl-iard, who said thai the :  Oompuuy hud not boon approach"  by the J'] & NTl in tho matter, ��������� and  when they did bo, hi-* company  were fiuly prepared to discuss tho,  nnUtei' with them, with ii ��������� view lo  sal it- factory . armngements.' Mr,  Locknrd also staled Unit aa yet, no  bllicial notice hud been' giver, tho  Ciiinidiaii Cidlierics ihat the K it K  food conditior.s, dc  plarcs in Kew York that the  Annageddon will be ;i war uf  foods.  , This reciUs the stale ment of  A. .I. llall'our in his adiire.-s  igainst the adoption .of the I'ec  laraiion ,of London: . "S'tavvu  linn, nut- invasion, is the ihxn  ger of l'lnjiland." Obviously  l'viiain's most serious jiroblcin  is the niaiutainauce- of her food  supply. LoihIdii and her envir  o is have a pr.puhuion ol over  s-'veh " millions, who produce  no i'ood at. all.    ,d;ive    million'  were operating   tho'r   eorvico  into  Courtenay.   The secretary wue in*; 1(KIVCS uf br"iU,������  ,,0������r   Uiousand  structed to communicnlo'with the  Victoria Board of Trade.' lho Kit  N Railway-ii nd tha Ciioudi-in Col-  The lJoard deidored the fact, that  no arrangements have been made  for the transportation of passengers to or from Courtenay and  Royston.  I  Correspondence . j  'Gdmpaiiy, Limited,,   :  If  _    .A'  twa.!f.aijuuLia4u^u.-cjiM*^jtg.^atsuia^;ni.������^-.i������a^  vS. S. Cliarmi!!', .couiintiiuiiiirj;  August. \)\ will arrive at I'liiuu  J lay at fi.BO p. in. Wodnesday  .���������nut I'Vidav, in nl will leiixo Union  Jjay, Thursday inoi'iiiun; at-b, and  ou Friday at   J.2   iiiid'iiijdit.    No  lb ���������  cliiingo ill ('owiolmn's scladnlu.  -������t>-  Tlio   opening daiico in   Jlo-TIo  Hall on 'Thursday   o.voiiinn-   last,  was a v������i*y siicoosmI'iiI and   enj'.iy--  ��������� abb; affair.  Colin Campbell made a fine job  of lho drup-soono in "llm I In-J lo  Theatre.   o :���������  Ciiiubei'l'ind does not, n-el' very  niiieli I'xeiled over the war,  Paris Aiijj;. Vo���������Field .Mai'-  slial Sir John French, ..(���������oiniiiaiid-  ei'-in-chiof of llm Urilish fudd ar-  iny. was ji'i'i'i'icd b\ a vast crowd  when Ih1 arrived at the niilmad  srniioii in Paris today, The peo-  ]ilt* (.'.licoi'i'd and Minjj; the liritish  iiaijiiuii! aiilhein when the lield  niarslial came out. ol the Ktalion  in his khaki uniform.  The '-old timer."   had belter be  eiireliil nl   whose  (Mr  i->  he    it  rabs  wlii'ii b'.'   is   under   witter,    The  j^ay did sport,  ���������" Ciiiiiberlund will be   represent,  oil at the l'roiil nil I'ijjjlit.  ('iiniliei'laiid public, Kchdidwill  vi'-iipeM wild a full KlaiFnn Mini-  ihi\\ An^usl '21th.  -������ o   Tin* women 'd' (lie   Knipito are  riMllli  ������|lieili|iii|'l   In   i IU'    tH-t-;ir.||-|||.  H      I .  May their labor of love nud sev  vice to friend and fo'1 alike, in  tliin '���������iv-tr. war, liuve i'H just in-  wind.  lUlini���������-A* Ciunbei'liiiid on  Aii^u-i i7ili. i'i i-i'-t   wifti (.f J.ihti  On',.'i ".������������������ugiii'*''.  "Al'rertwo weeks of wi'irfare  Kiieland is still '.MisU'e.-H of tho  Seas. In spite, nf thu iiiiuier.'ii.-  alleiupt's lo harass our' nioioautile  miirii.o in tlio Atlantic-, . in t a  sino'lo I>riiMi- vt-s-iol h.is bet n  seized, and, wiih the arrival oi  the '���������Drake'' off llie coast of'.Nova  Scotia and the addition of Severn!  swifl. cruisers lo the AtUntic service, no further anxiety is I'elr I'oi  the safely of liritish shipping,  Our trade routes are open; our  pin><eliters eau sail in ^nupar.  alive security; there if- no jui'iie.  at Lloyds and the diseouiil raloof  the I'���������auk of Kno'laud is barel\  one point above norma]. I.t i.--  dillieull. to vali/.j the full siiruif-  ieiinco of lliesu stupendous facts  They tell of resources and of' or"  o-iinijaiion ao'ainsi which nothiiio-  can prevail and which brine- houie  lo all of u> ,". I'liller iiiea*-u*,e than  it lias been possible to realize since  the days of ihe "rear Napoleon  whai lirili*������h supreniac*,' uieaiis,  While everyeiie is lalkiiil-; of ihe  Army, everyone is llniikiii'-; of llie  Navy. There is imihiuir more  drauuitie in ihu history nf ' naval  warfare than llie position created  by the aiijinde of the Kiin'Mi  and (ii'i'liiilli fleets.'' The  Week  ProfesMii' Miii'vei.'s ()i'('li'*sini,  Xaiuiiiiio, will p!uy al. the Ib.������, Jlo  Theaire ou Thiii'sday ni'dit, buiii  at the picture show, when Lucille  li'ivv. will be presented, and at llie  dance.  Enrror. Xj-.ws.  Sir:���������All our minds mo ccntored upon  the Btnpeiidoua armed conllict brpnglit oa  'by.l'ori'iany, tho result "of wliioh, unlcsa  Bho ia utterly crushed, will mean a" loiip  halt to human liberty and .progress .the  world over.  ii 'v  *   Kiigluiid,  over in, tho van,  recopui'.V'^  this and horsoDSof the Kmpiro are impetuously ruahini,' furward to KlionytiuMi  her (inn to tlio utino-il by an olV������r of* thoir  Iivest and tlieir subatii'io*', to tlm 'insfc mnn  and thi! lust dollar," il' wo.A be.  "Whatever the result, iniiny, very many  of those who ro to tho front will roturn  maimed,  wounded and broken men,   to  ions of potatoes, 350,000 gallons of. milk, a*.:d million cabba  gas, 200,000 peeks of peas and  beans, iii season are a few i 1 o-  ures repi'eseii'in"' London's dai  lyo food consuinpiio'.i.  "l-)ritain1s main uource of -sujiply  in this war must be Russia. , Not  without llie highest exhibition of  Btatemanship was tlie Anglo-Rus-  Bian Alliance entered into. The  greilt''route to RusBiacan be kept  open by the Br'ilfoh navy. With a  mighty fleet and ihe friendship of  Russia, Britain without couming  on the colonies has played a deep  diplomatic game. The, Czar's?em  pire with,her vast areas' of nearly  nine million suiuu'elmilee._co-mm-.ia-  SUISSCKII'TION 5J.0C. a Yi-A.n  "���������?T?^'?''*"m,w~'M'm���������,������������'>"������������*iw������**^fciii  (j) ���������                                                                                r$  W -.                                                                                                                                  ,                                                                   IM  ������ ��������� ���������   '                ,                                   ���������   V  8 ' ������  MACFARLANE BROS., LTDrr^ I  ,. n >^\ ���������'*.  THE-SQUARE DEALING HOUSE.1  ft  (5)  Cf)  (���������)  0  (i)  $  (������)  (?)  ft  iMM..iMUani-M������w    *mim������MDi,i-.-Nw<������������*������.-u������  I  Mesa's Syoa-fcors", Iioaaeycomb Ioj.r-1:  heavy, quality."  Meaa's Heavy Haiaooats, alFsizes  .   Better ..Yaltie- Tiiaa Ever.  INER'S  GOODS . ,  -<f)  Men's Pit Roots without .nails  .Men's Pi I 'Roots,  ii*u������*.ti  Men's A qua per He or "Tin Pants''  i  '.'���������J  ..'-1  Sj.75 am! #3.00   j  ^3.75 ami S:.i.=o "j ;t  ing one-sixth the land surface of  the -.dobe, can produce enough food  to feed iho world -with some left  over, lt is strictly" an agrarian  country. Most of her people have  been born and raised on farm?.  Four-fifllis of her population reside  iii rural districts. Her food i!X-  porlo are in endless variety and a-  bundauce.    Russia today produces  thu "old folk at homo" to wlioni  many  will novci' roturn.  It ficoniB to uio Sir, (hat thoso nf un  say liolliiiiK of hho wives und cliildron and moro wheat than the United Slalss  where the crop this year is 1)00,000"  000 bushels I  What of Germany,,lho ^reat an-  who cannot tfo, havu u duty laid upon uh ' tnijoniist ? .Within a comparative-  lo proviilo for tlioso who li'ivii gono, and ly small area Germany has seven"  llioso (li'iiondonl unon lliomi and vciiliiro ly million moilllis 10 feed. Ger-  to HiigtfPBtUu'oukIi tho iiicdiiuii of your many has only 3,9 acres of land  niijiar Unit Kt������[w ba taksn to I'uUo 11 Ciun- for every inhabitant, Yet by tho  boiluid uud Distiict Fund for Una most modem and scientific mei hods  ���������.mrp-ifio. jf    t of farming every   foot  eoniributoe  1 lofow tho (,'cnnnd sbito of tnulo hero towards the na'ion's subsifelonee,  has pniiscilliuaviJy upon the wurki'i-M, but'All pupsiblo sources of waslo (U'0  wo iili'diiily huvu I'lillor oiiiploynu-nt and avoided, Owners of Vacant lots  ovory likolyhood of luioiitiiiiinnu, and nl-' ai'O Com|ielled to leai-e I horn lo ton-  thoii^li wo cannot an n rulo, ;;ivu a lump aiitS at regular prices for (,'ardcn  iiuin, yet il roohis to nm wo ooul.l nml purposes, Tho trees along many  ami should givo our mitoH monilily; mid of thohiolnvays and country hinos  if nil fho wnrkors gavo 0������������ Doll.ir a ������ro f'mcl honririfj; I rooa ami lh>; fruiiB  month (only'Jfi ui.'iilH a wool*) whilst tlio  war h.-ls it, wiiuhl :ii'.'-.',vi.( i.p, ;u,d \si-  nhmihl lm in Inn,' will) I Iiv i-..*'!. uf our  onuiitry, ibiiiii.; nil wo onu Id,  1 am siiro ihuOuliiory O.unpiiiij' will do  all limy can to I'lK'ili'.'itu lli������ colli'i-lioii ll'  tliolr worlu'i'M will ii(-i'0(i to oouliilnilo:  .-(.ml it in tho leant un01111 ilo, hk|hi-ially uh  wo nro nlraiitly ljntii:lltl,iii|' by tfund onii'ia  for coal, and thn -f.*in.M a I public ohm lm ri>  lyud up,11 Loo iiiiribnt i.  ] iniHt thnt oUiui'H will (,'ivo thoir vii'w*.  and that clir Itoard of Ti'iuli' nnd mil Inn*  itirs  fji'Hrally, will tako Uu;   la'CLi-imry >  siopH to Htiirt a lloliof Kund. !  -lUSKI'll SHAW I  1  Nolo���������Wo aro fully in aiaHipl" with Umj I  ahov ; uud it in only what wo  uhould do,  cannot be.plucked except by licons  od iiidividiiah-'.IOvon wild nut:' and  berries are ^iivenied by such res-  tiictionc, lho violation uf which 'ih  1111 ofiunco piiiiishablo by ariest  and line.  Can Gornuiiiy'.-i eonaervatioii  hold .out a^'iimu lho natiiral I'eriil-  iiy and supply nf tbo giTat neioli-  bur on the iioi'tbciihi, in iho event  uf n priilonm*d war ?      Hut if G(ir  C������J  $  (?)  <���������*  r.-)  ���������***>  $  i������o  J&JL   (���������")  S-  c������i  1  .--���������  (S) .    "'  Men's I,ow Sho'.'s,  value-; lo $C,oo  I:     This week only, $3.75,  Ladies' Rai 1100:1 ts,  ?' 011!v, y.ijvjs ������������������j6 to  ���������?8.<';-; val. ���������  1-1  ���������i  ������o������rj������fai������k-^uar*cmi|,.������CT������v.rri.������iu.|Mv^.j..,|������,tn:vj.-^j^iL<-^\ul,j������3 ������������i������_.*j.,������.,(.u!������������ul.u.^,,  o  o  MACFARLANE  BROS.,   LIMITED  THE"CORN.|iF? STORE CUMBERLAND  ("J  c?)-  ft'  0  (���������;  (ij  til  ;'������i  (i*l  t?������  (i)  /���������)  (")  (i;  'Al . ;'.'���������;  ���������������*co.^fixr.(r*ri- (r.v-v^yv^r^vr^T.-vr.'oT c *)C8^'iS������Si^(S������-<j:-**s;(^ ,'.''}  nm.-w.-viriwwtwi^Mi.KM-'*^ j.mWj.-un.���������w.vw-w.. mwi,, wtm*.*4. A������.*wrtr.'A.wiiJMiwv ..   ^t'  '^*  i"i  ,">  *-V  (<} -  %  ir.! ,  ( .  1 Vi  Phone 10,  P. O. Box 100  ���������j  many can can control the seas sho  can starve out Britain Ion<r before  Russia can starve' out Germany.  From the economic viewpoint llie  great struj-glo is a food euiifliiH,  Canada, it would keen), can bctt  help by keepiiiR Hrilain provisioned. Hut ii(,raiu, if .Britain duos nol  lioep. the triuli) routes open Canada.  caiiuoL h'dp in this wny. And if  she can niainlain comma ml ol iho  llushiu can Hiipply tho Brilisb Jules  wiih ease. Tbe (*reai, ootidiot is a  (..'.inflict ful hind,  aud Ihe. land, bv  "The Week"   w  ('oil 1.111 lie  bo published, l!ioii;:!. ii, a   modified I'l'i'in.     "I I-i- Irii'iiil*'  (.>;  Week will nol b-t ii die.."  ti  lot-  Wesley Willard   a!'riVf# iKUini-  mi N.il'urihiy I'viMiib   *|'i'!'i;i ifUu'-ii:.*  11 ������������������s* trip io  V.'oii.'ui'ivM'y./.'-./*.* ,'.'.',;yy  ..lapim has ,-eiit iii'i;:iilfiiun"liiii!'lo^:  (ieruiuny.   Tiirlvi'V   U An iiV/j.'*' lo  1.  ... ���������],    1   ��������� ,    .,   1 wiii'idi.- iicr.-.i'li into I'liowfuv  a'i'  a peculiar  irony, will   decide the'       ' '  ifliiie mon) efi'm'lively limn aru;*',--  Gtlawa Kruij 1'ress,  , ^j,   II'   thi.'     l������i'ruiiiiii-   iniii      only  I'llnlinll   of     l,illll'ni'i'or    I'bci--.' In  shoot    into   the   ������> 111' 111 \'-    rnnI,.-,  111 * - *\ wmild si.on   w in,  '. ; - . - t j i 1 ���������   n  11 liM'l-.'s :i,- ii  and A .-���������iii inii'l.  ���������"I, '.ii,'i..iii!'!i'y���������i,v'*;'ij,'  he whole id' I'lui'ojie  I    \w   en-'-iy'cd  'i I  tii;.- eoidlii'i bi-luivV. 1  iinli,V wi'i-ku,  l i'i  J i",  i-- '.lu.'  Ia,iii of I -1 iii !.���������.,  aiiifh   luj'  Iii-,  '.'���������,���������"���������"��������������������������������������������� ww',",",���������'.",',���������.i-.,..jiv.1..,..,..,..;..j..;..l-}..}..j..j..#..l..;..j..j-���������,..,..,*,..(..]..���������;..,. ,'-,'%'v'i'-i''.'\'-i"i"rH''i''l������;''H,,*'l,*j'''r,i*  ������v .. .. ��������������������������������������������� .'  *���������;-  "...  T  r   \   m   v  n  [���������   1.   1  c  ������������������ *��������� ���������  "lloiiliie" T'lioui.Miii will have  to iii'iicr^o ,'1,'ii.iiJicr opi'/'ulioii af  ViiiiHitivi'i- ihi,-- wi'i'k, Airs. Jiilin  Tlioiusdii ]{}U f,n' Vanco'ivc'' on  vSiiiidav.  AV*. Ih'iir 'hit Mr.   I1.  a li'i'iiici  b'i-iiji'--, m in  Ifl'liiMJ. ha-    ci li-'o I  ������*-n }ri>  Stodlat'f.  ui'      t" J" IJJ-  '���������II    '...���������'. \\ I-  IN   MtMORIAM  Dear is the j-.ruw-  wIu-it  ulir datl'..'..ilcr i- laid.  ,*->*.*; eel   arc I he   liii'i-in; les  'Mint iii-ier tluiii I'.'!'!';,  Leaves tuny \\ lllier. ih'W' r -  may die.  If olhei:- i'oi������j''t V'U', lu-eei  yiii r.  I''.v������'r  I'i'trti.'iili 11' 1 I'V   io-r   lini'-;.'  f.'l'.-r-   ,'.. I". .-   :    ��������� ��������� I       '  *  ,'.IA>' -!!!���������; |;:.v. *.-.ii'i.As I'  M    v Wil.'u.O nl  liU  I-i. ii'i'.  I  I !  I 1  I :  .,"-,.  ui'KiaA^u  "iixa  V,  I  Y  ���������v  ���������������������������Vi  t  ? I  I .'  i !  1 !  1 '  j      ������������������������������������������*������ ^(K'W*'*.*!^* ������M ������kk4������> *���������*������������������������������������������ +**&**<+***  7        a/I  *V *V"  I*. ���������.'  :���������:   "  : *t>  J.  tt*i  .'.  1  < ronn bar,   mriiml  and   lljiot    T-Tnhliitn,   i'i,;,ii*i.ii,   ,');,rJpid   mni  Inn"/ rlualiiifi at Hi o.n.t.i p r >i.nl  L.iilii.a'r. "it*.'*:'. ' nml t-'hiblrnii'ii oiiiiiiiu r "Uuii<u*v,. ,"u  i<:<-n l.'c *,'))  Faii'.-y Slrij"l '.'bullii.-a ut :*,<"i i'dui-i yor "Mil  Iwuliiis' .'ill Wool 1'.iiihi.i.'i'ii IToi". io'i'.u and : 1111 ��������� ��������� V*  at Tlir-i  V.iir f.)r .1 11. Doll.ir  ,  ������^.-'S������������"iv-������*f'  ������ "*fc*������������������VW  "X  c   a   :u   v  n ]���������:  i.  i-  i)  s-i--5-;-s-:-������-:-::-3":-s--i--i������!-S'i"������"f-*i-i'-:������r-**-'**:-!":-!������:";������:-:-:-:*;���������-:*:-:������:���������-.*-:���������: *;������:������������������:--*������������������:������������������:-������:*���������:-:-'-?���������;-:-:-! * r,���������?..*..;,  "1 ���������������������������  1;  T  T  ���������!���������  '.  ������    i  '    ly  * *  4.'. .4*.     "     -���������"������������������ll-... J  ,^:,...-.,_ ���������*������������������....: v g  THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C,  A Debt  Discharged  =������*$v  i little account, being but a' wandering  >^\ I wagon track whlca winds and twlntu  ! Boiuliwards.    Of so little account is  ' it that those responsible for tho tra-  ,  -eher's guidance nave not deemed it  ��������� necessary  lo  put a  board informing  I the* curl ���������������������������us as to -wither this shabby  ! rpad leads.        ,   '*  !    Locally it is chiefly remarkable as  an  evidence  ol  '-Id  Colloti's  Folly-  such is the name it boars. Collett had  By Edgar  Wallace  W������rd, ��������� Lock    &  Oo.(    Limited  Londori  Melbourne and Toronto  ���������been an eccentric farmer until he died,  he carricJ his eccentricity to the.borderline of genius; might have made  his name famous throughout agricultural England as u pioneer of scientific farming, but fcr a,kink which kv-pt  him short of 1.1s goal, if goal' indeed  he had.    This kink manifested Itself  f'oiitiniiPii)  The  most   Important  due  was   an  envelope addressed to tho man at the, in expensive forms, and eventually old  Palace hotel,   lt bore the London post  mark, and waa a vrry ordiuury envoi  (���������������'-. (ihleiin in nh'.iir\ and ihe address  was wrlt'.e.'i i   a clear hand.  Gold turned to 'he Frenchman.  "You a*'e watching the hotel premises?" lie said. *    -  The other nodded.  "1 don't think there will be much  of u result," (Sold snid. "The modus  operandi Is Invariably the same. Tho  forged *iOl<B are sent in small quantities In such an envelope us this to an  reasonable time is given  Collett had died, a. ruined man, but  supremely happy with the result of  his life's*experiment. Like many an-  other m,ui who aas  earned    title to  Most people would be  benefited by the occasional use of ��������� ���������  Na-Dru-Co  Laxatives  Gently, thoroughly, and  without discomfort, they free  the system of tlie -waste  which poisons the blood and  lowers the vitality, 25c. a  box, at your Druggist's. .  National Druu and Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limitad.     176  Where Dollars Originated  Joacliiiiistahl, near Carlsbad, Is historic as the blrthplac* of the original  dollar,    This  was- tho  silver guldea-  groschen, coined In 1519 by order of  rnlts a 'portion of the profits to head  quarters, which is not necessarily the  same place from whence the forged  bills come: and then, as I say. aflor  a reasonable ..interval, "another small  batch Is 'sent'to him,"  'And you think," asked the Frenchman, ."that we may expect a further  sirip'v of notea to arrive at the  lie  *;?" ...      .  "No, I don't," he said. "In the first  place, every agent of the gang is  watched by another agent unknown to  him. The second agent is as well  paid' as the first. By this time the  forger knows that Schrienor has been  arrested. You need not expect any  further consignment."*  Gold' took "up the envelope containing the forged American bills and  again'stibjected'one of them to a close  scrutiny.  "Heaulinilly done." he said. He  looked at it back and'front. Something  attracted his attevlion, and he peered  earnestly at one corner of the bill.  "Excuse me," he said quickly, taking t|ie no.e to the window. '  Paris lay unde grey skies and tho  light was bad. but he saw running  from one side of the bill to another a  curious line, it vyas printed in the  .same mauve ink which formed the  background of tlie note, and was to  all appearances purt of the design.  "I want a strong light and a rea'd-  hiK glass," he said, sharply.  The chief of the detective force  switched on a powerful electric light  over his -'desk and pulled down the  slipde till it nearly reached the table  . below. From his drawer he produced  a powerful magnifying glass and handed it, to Gold. The American detective  -spread-t-hc-note-on-lhe-deskT-andT-hold--  Ing it in its place, examined it.  T'-ey heard a whistle, saw the color  mount to his cheeks, and his* eyes  blaze with excitement.  "Look,   he said.  The Frenchman took tho glass from  him and''uttered an exclamation, for  the line was writing of minute small-  ness engraven with extraordinary cunning and"it ran: -i  "Verity Maple, 0-12, Crystal Palace  Road. London, note numbers G87642  to G87G53 milk."   ,  They looked at each other, the two  men.  "What does it mean?" asked the  Frenchman, bewildered.  Gold was atarla,; out of tho window,  He made no rpply. Hn was ropealing  the mess'-igo of the hill, ���������  "Thore is one. person' In the world  who' can elucidate that message," ho  sale''  "she inns-* ho found,"  "Hut who wrote it?" asked the  chief of the p.Mlce,  "Who else hut Tom Maple?" CM  answered. 'I think we are going '���������.0  discover  tilings,"  fame, Ida reform-*, were In the main   Count Sci,ijCk from tho metal   of    a  recently opened mine, and it became  known as the joachimsthaler, or "thaler" atone for short. Llefore lMO the  nimble English language had already  mado "dollar" of this. Thereafter this  name was loosely used of all manner  of coins, varying hi vnluo from 75  cents to $1.2G ami belonging to all  manner of countries, from Sweden to  Japan. It was from the prevalence of  the Spanh.L "dollar" in tho British-  American colonies" at lho*time of their  revolt that the modern "almighty -dollar" was delved, while in modern  English vory recent slang has given  the name of tl.o crown pleca.  outrages; whatever other farmers did  he regarded lpbo facto as wrong, and  j Hot about lo secure a like result by  I methods which were directly opposite.  I It Is'fad Ihat sixty per cent- of old-  I fashioned methods cannot be Iniprov-  ied, twenty-.lve per cent, aro suscepiy  ible to variation, and the "remainder  are altogether wrong, Old Collett, ap  So d^po;���������hTfo.:^ J-* princlMlr*'that the    whole  ":,.���������.: '.Lin.,:. \, <-���������> ���������,.���������nt������ t��������� l-innd. hundred per cent, demanded a drastic  and immediate reform, came to grief.  He, left behind him a hundred ac:*es  of sick land, a farmhouse which he  had built accoiding to his own plii.s,  a mile long private road, and a weary  executor ovorburdenod with posthumous instructions. That u'nhppay man  might have found relief through the  Courts of Chancery, but he preferred  the illegal and simpler methods of interpreting the dead man's-wishes: and  disposed of the farmhouse to the first  bidder. To his surprise, the offer'  which came to him was a singularly  handsome one. Somebody Ind prospected the neighborhood, had discovered in the farmhouse and its grounds  something that fulfilled his requirements, and had bought the estate,  lock, stock and barrel.  Describing tie purchaser, Mr. Haz-  lett, the executor, spoke of him as a  pleasant American who had taken a  fancy to the farmhuose, and was'going to turn it into a week-end resort,  He did not intend to farm,, so he told  Mr. 1-lazlett, but he had the house put  into a'thorough state of rapair, re  painted and fuuiished.  It would net be every man's idea  of a week-end cottage; it was certainly not that of the executor's. The  house was too gloomy, too, thick of  wall, too sugg3stive of a prison. From  the outside it wr.s a model of ugliness, .possessed ..of all the unattractive features, wiih- goemetrical windows at regular intervals, had a dour  like that -,-t -a jail, and to complete  the illusion, all tlie windows were barred. It was certainly less unattractive  inside. The living room ran from  door to roof; there was a gallery round  -for-t-liore-had-bcenran-organ-there���������������  the eccentric farmer-had been something of 'a musician. The principle  and only bedroom, intended as such,  was on the ground floor.   . ,  There was-a strong room upstairs,  beyond' the reach of thieves, with its  steel cased walls. T' is was approached from the bedroom by means of a  ladder, for of siairwav thei'e was none.  The American purchaser would seem  to have been satisfied with this arrangement; certainly ho had made no  attempt to build a. stairway. Tho  strong room, wit'i its concrete floor,  was reached either from the ground  floor bedroom, or through the steel  doors opening from the balcony which  ran around the tali dining room. There  was a simple' stairway hore.       ��������� ,  The safe, wherein tho old man had  kept Ills money���������he neither trusted  or patronized hanks���������was embodied  in a thick party wall, anl the now ten-  ant found this receptacle vory usjfiil.  His visits wero irregular, so tho  neighborhood noted, Ilo employed no  hands upon lis estate. Ono old woman brought vmo distanco, probably  from Loudon hy her accent, kept, tho  house in ,order. Even her services  wero unexpectedly dispensed with after n while, and tlio now owner of  Colloti's Folly, seemed to manage ���������.���������������������������*ry  woll    without h?r.    His visits wero  Marks 0" the Beasts  On ever*, side iri the Malay wilds  the traces of the beasts���������which here  live as secluded, as safe-from molestation, as did their ancestors in pfe-  Adamlte days���������aro visible on tree  trunk, on beaten game path and on  the yielding clay at the drinking  places by the hurrying stream. Here  a belt of mud nine feet from the  ground shews that an elephant has  rubbed his itching back against the  rough bark of a tree, and,^ see, coavse  hairs are,still sticking in the hardened clay. There a long, sharp scratch  repeated at regular intervals marks  the passing of a rhinoceros. Here,  again, is the pad mark of a tiger barely an hour old, and the pitted tracks  of doer of all slzen and varieties surround the' deeply punched holes which  are the footsteps, of an elephant���������  Cornhill Magazine.  The Uncertain Sex  The car was crowded. The lady  stoad in the aisle���������a fate that often  attends indies who board cara late in  the afternoon. '  Tho lady stood for somo time and  a considerable distance. Then a man  arose and motioned her to his seat.  "Thank you," said the lady.    .  "Not at all." said the man.   ..   .  She dld.i't Hhe th? mans tone. It  lacked wurmth. It sounded like, the  voice of a man whc. had a secret reason for iioing a r<-luclant kindnei-i*-.. -  Why dl i he give up the seat? Did  she look haggard, old, decrepit, or was  it because she and appeared coquettish  and flippant? Oh, If she only kn.**w  why tho man had broken over the unwritten mascullno rule and roleastd  his seat to her!  He had ghen her Ms. seat because  he was going to l"iivo the car.  Such Is tnat humorous medley we  call life in. a great city,���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer.  For Amateur Gardeners  Tho thing to.plant In your hot. bed  Is, of course, peppers.  To have cucumbers early, order  them In timo for the grocer's first de^  livery.  You can avoid backache from gardening by hiring a man to do tho work.  A good plnce to put peas Is next to  the Iamb chops,  To raise cabbages quickly, place  them on tho dumb waiter and pull the  rope.  Seeds can now be purchased stuck  on tapes, if you plant this kind, keep  a careful lookout for tapeworms.  You may procure a few fresh leeks  to savor your spring salad by boring  gimlet 'holies in the roof during a  shower.���������Boston   Transcript.  Clerle���������Madam, I've let yoil see the  green, pink, blue, yellow���������  ' Lady���������Well, while you're- wasting  time talking you could have shown me  some white, broA'n, gray, cerise,, ,1a-  vande-" and rose. ' *"  ;��������� Only the uninformed endure - the  agony of corns. The knowing ones apply Holloway's Corn Cure and get relief.  Blended to Suit Hard Water  Hard water spoils most teas but not  Red Rose. It is distinctive in this,, respect, being specially selected and blended  to suit the hard water of the Prairie Provinces. No matter how hard the water it  ' cannot destroy the rich strength and, flavor of Red  Rose Tea. This is one of the main reasons, perhaps,  why Red Rose is such a favorite.  l^r'aa>*^-wyT*'^-tig*^    packages at 40c, 50c, and  60c���������also in tins of 3 lbs.  and larger.  N.B.���������CofTce users will find Red  Rose Coffee as geneiously good  as Red Rose Tea. 43a  V  ^  Plain John Smith  In,.Latin it is Johannes-Siiiltluia;  the Italian smooths it off ln������o Glovan.it  Smith!; the Spaniards render It Juan  Snillhus; the Dutchman adopts lt as  Hans Schmidt: the Kronen flatten ,t  out into Jean Smecl, and the Russian  sneezes and b.irks JonlolT Smlttoskl.  When John Smith, gets into the tea  trade in Canton he becomes Jovan  Shlinmlt; he clambers about Moviit  Hecla the Icelanders say he is Jaime  Smithson; *f he trades nmong the Tub-  carorars ho becomes Ton* Qa Smith!;*;  In Poland he is known as Ivan Schnilt-  tiweiski; should be wander among'he  Welsh mountains they talk of Jilion  Shhmidd; when h: goes to Mexico he  is booked as JcntM .F'Smltti;. if of  classic turn and.he lingers among  Greek ruin, he turns to Ion .3niikt*-n,  and in Turkey he is utterly disguised  as Yoe Seef.  When Prince Victor of Hohenlohe  Langenburg was serving as a midshipman his vessel touched at., a port  where there was an,English garrison,  and the commanding officer came on  board. He asked the captain whether  there was not a Prince related to  Queen Victoria among his officers  "Ought I to call him 'Your Highness'  or 'Your Serem. Highness?'" ho inquired.  "Please yourself,'' said the captain,  "we always call Mm 'Sausage,' -. be-  cause"-ire!s~a~German7" t*-      :    -  CHAPTER XVT.  The House Party at Collet's Folly  Tlotwocn  ('nnih"!de;n nnd    Wnltliam  Crops t'"M'(-  are three    ci-ohs    roads,  One iu Hie main wind Inlo Cambridge:  Wilson-Barrett used to tell an  amusing story against himself, At a  time when he had a lot of workmen  redecorating his private residence,  thinking to give thpm a treat, he.asked ' if, after work one evening, they  would like to have seats "to go and see  him play in 'The Lights 0'. London"  at the Princess theatre.  They said they did, and being complimentary tickets, all went on a Saturday night to see their employer's  performance.  At the end of the week Barrett's eye  caught sight of this item against each  workman's name on the .���������pay-sheet,  "Saturday night. Four hours' over-  timo at Princess Theatre, eight shillings."  The cupe'-intendent of a Sunday  school was illustrating for the children  the text, "Arise and take the young  child and his mother, and flee into  Egypt." Showing them a large picture, she askod:  "Now, isn't that splendid? Here is  the mother. Here is the young chil<j.  There's* Egypt in. the distance."   ������  The children, however.* looked disappointed, and'iinallj a little boy piped  out: ���������  "Teacher, wherVs tho flea?"���������Tit-  Bits.  How's This?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that  .cannot bo cured' by Hall's Catarrh  Cure. " ,  F. J. CHP3NEY & CO , Tol������*'lo. O.  We, the undersigned, have known F. J.  Cheney for tho Inst IB years, and bellevo  Suffering  "They sny' that  birds  suffer  when,  their feathers are removed by collec-���������  tors."  "Not as much as women seem lo suffer when feather are removed by customs collectors."���������Washington Star.   ,  ������''l  I  MINARD'S LINIMENT Is the only-  Liniment asked for at my store and!  the'only one we keep for sale.'  All (he people lisp It.  HA RUN  FUllTON.   '  Pleasant Bay, CB,  Tobacco In France  Twenty great factories work up tl ej,  whole of the tobacco manufactured in.  France, and the Mght to.retail-It jealously guarded b> the stato. Permits*,  lo   open   tobacco   shops  are    usua.ly  granled to widows of officers of^tho-  hlm perfectly honorable in all   business   ilrinv *and imy or 01- othcI. employees  "I want a pair of button shoes for  my wife."   ���������  "This way, sir. What kind do you  want, sir9"  .!D-OBsn'r"mat.ter~jusir'so"~t.hFy~don1t-  button'in- the back."���������Philadelphia  Public Ledger,  transactions and  financially  able to carry  out any obligations .made by his firm.'  NATIONAL liANK OF COMMERCE.  Toledo, ,0.  Hail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon-the blood and mucous surfaces of> the system. Testimonials sent free, i'rice, 75 cents per bottle.  Sold  by  all   DruRglnts.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  PROMOT  \  S3  iir:   f  Minister (to whom Johnny has Imparted the important and cheerful Information that his father had got a  sol of falso toatli)���������And what will *e  do with the old set?  Johnny���������Oh, I suppose they'll cut  'om down an' mako mo wear 'cm.���������  Fenny Magazine.  She���������'Tis'truc that I have broken  the engagement and that 1 still have  your ring; but do you know why I retain thnt ring?  He (ruefully)���������On the principle that  to tho victor belongs iho spoils,-1 suppose.���������Boston Transcript  "I thought you were working on  Jay Krank's new house," said a house  painter's friend.   .  "I wai goin' to," replied the house  painter, "but I had a quarrel with him,  and he* said he'd put the -paint on,  ���������hi m sel fr������������������ ��������� ^ ;���������  "And did he do it?"  "Yes, that is "where" ho put most of  it."���������Philadelphia Press.  Keep the Mouth Clean  A noted mediccl authority asserts  that our unclean mouths, diseased  teeth and gnms are a constant and insidious menace to health. They aro a  source of infection In the individual  and a dangerous depot for the dissemination of disease to others.  the oilier (avrl.R Uio t'nvollor to New-j���������ofiUnK,   hp  nnvor   B,Kmt  moro   lh,iD  ninrki-'t  i>"d  beyond:   tlie  third  Is of ��������� 0I,p n\K\]i at the farm.  Then of a sudden It was noticed  that, the houso was Inhabited A siilliy-  looking man was soon about tlio Holds;  Binr.l-i! row., daily from the ono chimney pot tho houso possesesd. Almost  dally a visitor drovo down from London, 1111*110(1 il at Ihe narrow road  which lod to tho Folly, stayed for an  hour or two, anil then went spinning  back towards Lo.-U'on. ssuiiiotlniOH ll,  \v,ir the ownoi, Boinc'tlniPH hi,1' llei.t-  oiuiiit, They never eaine togfiihor until the night when Verity Hell mado  her dramatic i'o-ii|i|H-.iiriuici'.  Through  the  pell ing   rain    Holder  drove to IiIh country  Ikiuhh���������lilnmolf  'nt   the   wheal���������T.grr   Brown  ut    Ids  jHlrti'.   Neither man spoko during th-,*  , journey.   Ai two o'chx k in tho 11101*11-  1 lug  Holder Hlowed down tho ear iir  lm ciiuie to Ilio croHy ro'idH,  liiriu-d  ���������Into the  ltiiio  and   brought tho ma-  ���������i'IiIik-   to   11     sta .(1stUI     before    tlio  'gloomy cxlirlor if the farmhouse. At  'the H,,tuiil of ti.e (.nr tlm door .iponcd  'and n man ciiiun , ut,   lie illKi.ppearod  and retu.'iii'd  *v|t,!i llm key ol' an out-  lidiiHc;   Inii)  this   Iloldiir  guided   tl.o  ear.  IiiKldo ilie lofiv llvlnu room a llro  was burning, thi,ugh It was Juno, and  the two men, wet through and chilled,  stood for a moment in sllenci before  tlie grateful hh.ze, the third man  \um iinm 111 in Muiiuiy,  Our l-v li, ���������-' * will |-;';o ������������������������������������ -tome  Hum," Hit I tl Tli*ld'**r middniily; "have  you  got a ohiing"    of    clotlu*n    for  Nunky Is Still There  "I told Undo almon that ho was  got ting coo old and feeble- tc attend  to 'business."  "Did he tako it kindly." ���������  "lio threw nu out of tho offico,"'  Attacked by' Asthma. The first fearful sensation is of suffocation, which  hour by hour becomes more desperate  and hopeless. To such a caso the relief afforded hy D". J, D Kellogg's Asthma Remedy seems nothing less  than miraculous. Its help is quickly  apparent and soon tho dreadful attack Is mastered. The asthmatic who  has found (-ut the dependability of  this sterling remedy will never bo  without it.    it is sold everywhere,  of    the  graph.  government.���������London    Tele-  Wireless Messages  Wireless messages are sent much-,  more easily at nUht than hi the daytime and in wintor than in sumnmr,  and the range under favorable conditions at midnight during midwinter is*  said to h<i severa1 hundred" per-ceiL-  better than at noor in midsummer.  "   At '���������he Corversazione  "What. doe������: she mean by 'Poetic L'l-  cense?' " ' '' . [   'Tin  not entiYIy  sure'"l)Tit it~cap'C~  be-any   worse    than    some    recent:  prose."���������Life.     ,  Direction's: j\lak<!a partiii'r, unci  j.,,1.   rrr.iiltir  v'll'l   f*",IH*"-l   ("lift 1110111  * ----���������  n   "    .-  Contimii* vint iI whole Kcalu has been  f;ono over. Tliu next morning; shampoo with Cutioira Soap find Jiot,  water, Shampoo*! ulonc may lm  used us often a*; .".������������������rcwil'le, hut. once  or twini a month h ������������������rncnilly suf.i-  cicnt for tlii.** special trealnienl.  /���������|it!i-i-rii'-"u-|ii"irl i hiiiim m Mi' -"ilil liir-iii-Juiiit  II >i mill!. A Ii'.ii���������I n .'u,i'���������! in' i ,i ���������, wl'.i ',.'.���������.,; j  j ��������� .'..el oil I'in (,.IM l.li I In-il in- i.i i I I.,ii ii.:-i;.,. 1  a      :,������ ;ni,|.(i, '.   A |i[.-".i 1-nlliTlin,iC ( U!.i.  i;���������i ,i,. Ii< i'i, Id!., l-iuJlwi, U. !���������',. A,  Hi* tiirm (I  i j (he fnriu'ii ciiHloillan  as   lie asked   the  (|Hi<hiInn,   nnd   the  EYE STRAIN  Relieved by Quitting Tea and Coffee  Many ciiroh of defective vision uro  caused by tho habitual uso of toa' or  coffoo.  It Is Raid that In Arabia whore coffee Is used In largo quant.ltlos. many  lose tholr eyesight at about llfly, Ton  contains tho hiudo drug, caffolno, as  coffee,  An RiiRfern woman writes to tho  point concerning oyo troublo and cot-  fen.   She RiiyR:  "My Hon was for yoars troubled  with IiIh eyoH. Mo tried unveral kinds  of gliiHHPH without relief. Tho optician  Hiild thoro wan a dofpet, In his oyeu  which was hard to roach.  "Ho iiHcd lo drink coffeo, as wo i-ll  did, and lliuilly null. It and hngnn to  uso PoHliiin. That wiih throo yoars  ago and ho has not had to wear  'Iiihhoh and has hod no troublo with  Mb eyes rIiicp.  "I wiih alwaya fond of toa and coffee and dually bociimo so nervoiiH I  could hardly Rlt r.tlll long onough to  oat a nmal, My Henri, wns in such a  conditions 1 thought I might dlo at any  tlmd. '  "Medlclno did not give mo relief  nnd 1 was nlmoRt doRpornto, It, was  ll about tlilH limn wo decided to quit  ���������i'ulli'u ami ui-to P..,ili!U), nuA lu-io ii.scd  I It ovor Hincc I am In perfect hoahh,  , No trouble now -.villi my heart and  I novpr felt hotter III my life.  | "Postum hnii 1>pch a great, blnHRlng  to un nil, purlieu.iirly to my sou anl  niyf-i'lf.'  Nimp  given   hy  Oanadlnn   PoHtuni  Tho Iloitil  '-Study Your Moods  People ruled by tbo mood of gloom  attract to them gloomy thin-go.'., Tno  hopeful, confident and cheerful attract  tho olemonts of success, A man's  front .or back yard will advortiso that  man's ruling mood in the way It is  kept. A woman at home shows hor  state of mind In liar dress. A slattern  adve'rtlsi'B tho viiling mood of hopelessness, carolessneiis and lack of system.  ���������Rags, tatters and dirt aro always In  tho mind before being on the body.  Tho thought that Ir moRt. put out  brings its corresponding visible element to crystalllz) about you as surely and literally as fho visible bit* of  e'oppor In .solution attracts to It tno in-  visible copnor In that solution, Evo**y  thought of youiv.1 has a literal valuo  to you In every poRRiblo way, In whnt.  over mood you sot your mind docs  your spirit roeolvo of unseen substance In oorrospondonco with that  mood.���������Prentice  Mulford.  Makes Cowards of Us All  Thero ls! nothing from which eveii  tho bravest man shrinks so pitifully  as the lancet of the surgeon, even  when it is wielded by the most skillful of his craft.���������-London Sketch.  "Why don't you get rid of that  mule?"  "Well, suh," answered Erastus Ptiik-  loy, "I hates to glvo in. If I wns to  trade dnt mule off he'd regard lt as  a general victory, He's boon trvln'  foil do las' six vpoks to got rid o'  mo."���������Washington Star.  Mrs, Kiingg���������Pin money! What, do  you need pin mojiey for?  Mr, Knnggs���������'--a tip Uie pin boys in  Uv howling alloy  ��������� '  CANADIAN SERVICE    .  MONTKIiAI^-l'l.VMOUTH���������  LONDON  .Mnicnlfli-ciit   New   Twlii-Hrrrw  HU-unifra  "ANDANIA" "ALAUMIA"  "ASCANIA" '       '     "AUSONIA" i  '"AuhanIiV���������iiniiiiiiiK)  On-vClUHH (II.) ("nliln und Third  OIiikn inmsi'iincr" only uro I'nrrlvd.  The  Om'-C'lui<H  Cnliln  iiocuinmuUitliuD  . lllCHull'NI  Vernmlnli  Cufe,      l.onii*te,  ('.vmniihiitin, rroiiii'MiwlPi,  Hi-niiltlni;   Idiom,      Di-uuIiik   Honia,  Dining rinlimn,        Mhi-ury  HPttrloiiH   Hliili'rontm  Service" nlso liwiwi-t-n >'<*w Vi>rh,  Mi>(llli*rr������iM'nn, Aili'tni'*-, HoMon,  QiU'rimtiiwii,    l.lvi'rpoul,    Now     Vork,  riKliK.,ui'<l,   l,lvi-r|iiiol.   ,  Tho   FiiHii>ut   run������cni:i'r   imJ   Ma.ll  Soi-vliie  In  the  World.  AQUITANIA  L.USITANIA  MAURETANIA-  *i'       Pnr    Information    ������.    y     lo    any  Rnllway   or   Sianninhlp   Ap-nnt,   or  Til If   C'UNAItl)   MI'ICAMSIUP   CO,,  i.i m nio i)  SO-1    MAIN    ST.,      /.NNIl'KO,  .>  ���������  A Percentage  Sho loomed big In tho oyo of tho  public nil'1 occupied no incoiiHldoriiblo  space In lho comriunlty.  Wolghi'd li. tlio biilanco, sho was  novor found wanting nor could any  iiecum* her of UglitncsH,  Hor hiis'iiuul docliirod that Blioyvas  altogothor tot  much for lilm,  Her bdnkov found In hor a woman  Of  RllbRtilllCP,  Hor pastor doomed her a woll rounded eharaetor.  Hor udmlroi'fl callotl hor n groat  lady. ' ' ,  And t.li j wcraon al'. cnllcci her fat.���������  Llpplncott'a.  "Aro you really going to marry Harold?"  "I don\ know what,to ������my. All tho  girls liMiiy class road IiIb lotters."  "Woll?"  "Kiglitocn ol tlioni tilliiU lilm a dm  uud nJiicU'CJi say he's a dub"���������"'*  Ington Herald.  A COOL KITCHEN  f-ill..,,       til,I,I       illMliHU, ,|.-.\l      |        ->,-,-������t|.      \.l  his own room, milled open a drawer  wl.|.-)i  (.���������outaliiPd  a  coinplele cha'iigo,  (*���������',;'windRor, Out.    Read  di'i'SHi'd hliiK-".r rapidly and clinic to  ln wpIIvI'Ip," In p!'gH  Posluni "ow coniPb In two forma: ''  Renidar Pocti'm���������niii'-.t ho well boll.  -Wiinh-  M. N. U. 1007  nn* -'iitl'ig room   to Hud Tiger In tl.o  III!-'  siagi's nf :iln toilet.  Tip y .all'Pil iig'tlior in low InaeR,  tlwiiiirh the ci|i Indian of ('nlleM'H P'oHy  rail !lnln wuh lu iitiuwM|- liiponlivilly  ihi. i|iif t|oa������! which wen1 put to lilm.  Hi* win-' ;i Hiuiil- man with a bushy  grey hcird and shaggy pyi'linnvs  w1 :eh ,'il'i'oHt '.Id the kf-i'n oven that  jr!.-tnr-Mi] from one '0 the plVr wllh  Mtilcli, aliiuiM  blriilllip, rapidity.  ' 1 I)   in    i   .'llUili.l-it J  oil,    1 r,f ii nil '.Tip, packages,  Initnnt Ponlum���������Is a roIiiIiIp pow-  diM' A ti'iispooiif'.il iIIhi'oIv'h (|iilck'.y  lu a eun of hot wntir, and, with cream  ���������ind ni"!!*.  1"*������ >'   ''"llciilllH llflVlirilKU  Ir-it-intiy    :H'(H and fiiip tins.  T'f ro"\ nor on���������> of both kinds Is  ���������ilmi'i the "iiin".  ���������'Tlu'ra'.- a ll"(i?on" for Postum,  ���������hold by OrocerH.  Knlckor���������Something    queer   about  Jonos,  Hockpr���������Yen; lip \* tho only man  who can't explain the higu cora oi in-  ing.���������.liulKO.  "That apron of yours, Julia, has a  vorv official look."  "How do you moan?"  'So much red tupo about It."���������Hal-  tlniore Anierlnm.  Three Montnn' Freedom  nihhB���������So  you  Rend  your  wlfp to  tho mountains for llirop niontlis nvt.*ry  HUinnior.    It's Krcat  to have moni-y.  nihhR���������Yea    Money la certainly a  great HoRSlng.  A cool kitchen on ironing day is possible  witli a  Oil Cook-stove  The hent is all in tlie burner���������none in the  room.  The Now Pftrfrction is cli������apf*r titan coal-  cooks belter.   Broils, bakes, roasts, lousts.  In 1,2, 3 nnd 4 burner sizcB.   Ask lo see the  1914 model 4 burner, cnbinet range with fireloss  cooking oven. At all hardware and general stores.  Royalite Oil Givet Rest Results  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limiled  Caltfury        Hogi-ia Mnnlr������������l Qunl.^^  Iltli'iix        Winnlpeu   ndnionton   ' S������������li������toon  V������ncou������er       Toronto        Olliw*  I  n  i  $ 'iffi  NOTIUJi in horeby givou th: t application will bu mado to tho Superintendent of. Provincial Police, Victoria for a  liou'iso.toaell liquor by wholesale upon  tho pioinises Kiliu.tert on. J,ol (i, lilock 15,  Cu.i.bsilaiiil TowiiRite, Cumberland, B. C  , CIA LT MUSSATTO, Applicant.  DaIcA this lss dny of Oa:*olierl913.  NO HOI'* iohut'cby givun tlutou Uio first  da/of Dian'm ntxt application will be  mado to tho Superintendent of Proviuoinl  Police, Victoria, far, Uio ronewal of tho hotel Itemise to soil liquors by retail iu tno  hotel known as the Lima bote,, situutocl at  Coiiicx, li.O. fJi-ioiuii* M. J5.vai.ow  Dated October I, 1913.',  NOTICE is hereby given that on ll������c  first day of November 1913, application  will be made lo ilie - Superintendent ot  Provincial I'olice, for a renewal of the  Wlulc-ale Ik-u u* license upon the prein-  ises kii(-wii a.s i.nl **.|, Subsection !, Nelson Disuic.i.  I'li.sj.xr.K JJi-xwixo Company.  OmuvI Cteuilxu' 1st, lyij  XOl'ICB i8 laieby given that on the  (lr.:.t (Liy of Dc-ucuiIht next applu*atou,������ill  he nuuio to tho Supe inttiidont uf Provin-  ���������oial I'olice, Vict *iiii, fu'a t'l-uoval of the  iiotei K'enso tu Hell liiju--ru by r������tail iu  tJiii hotel known in the Union Imti'l. eit-  uato at  Uii m, li t".   .lou.v N. Mcl/Koo  Ua ��������� d tho Jst- duv uf Dciobi'i-, 1913  **m*M,i mm*  N./l'lCK is her. by t-iv 11 that ou .the  (irbt (Uy of I) oembor next;, applioAtou will  bo inula to du .SiqiDri'ir.oiideiit uf I'ruvineial  Poliei*, Victoria, for tho reuen'ttl of lho lintel liooiwe to sell liquors by retail iu ihe  f.ijtod known as tho Kvi r-iiio hoicl, pituvee  ������t Courta-uy, 11 0. 0. II. Fwhskis  ii itud UotoiK.r 1, U)*.'*.  NOTICK is noroby given Uiat on tho  first dny of Dt-oonibcr next upplieatiimnill  be nude to the Suyorii.ton-lent uf I'mvin-  ital Police, Vutoiia, for the renownl of the'  Eiotul lisieiiKB to sijl liquor!) by ictailiti the  liot<-l know > imtlio U'iUou hotel, situated  at Ui.wa liuy liC, c -  .Vlfiihh K.ir-Kit HuitNK  Oatod October 1,  VdlS.  K<*TECK 1.1 hercly given tnat on the  first Any of Dacembcr mxt application will  l)������ mndo to the Superititor.de-it of Provia-  chil P-utiee, "���������.'���������ctona, for the renewal uC the  tiotil liceiiHB i������ soil li^uo:6 l>y retail 11 the  hn el kuu.vn as tho Nfll-xt-i lui-iel, situve'1  at-L'tiioo Bay, li.O. Joh.v Fii.vskii J  Dated October Is-, 1013.'  -Plre-������=ou rtenay-Hotel  .,(-''  , Kvxy convenience" for guests.  Tfa.4 Cential Hotel for Sportsmen'  Non*?. but the "'est ni Wines and Liquors  ���������sti tU-e K'.u*.  ���������RATES REASONABLE  . .__,__,;__ , JS5L ������?^.^WM^aL^^.^R-rrisH Columbia.  ~������-^-~.','������������l-'**������*'.,*^',S.'^^  ESHM  jam 191b ma  -of British Columbia, Ltd,  .    THE S. S. COWIOLI.AN   WILL SAIL AS LI.NDKR  Comox���������Unmon Hay���������-Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, <| p. 111 Tuesday ri p, nt  Leaves Union Hay. Sunday, 5 .p. in.... Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For Deuniau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  Por Nanaimo, Union Hay and Comox.  Subject to change without notice,  Union  Hotel  J.    N.   McLEOD      PEOPaiEXor,  English 4 x BUltTON always ou tap      aloo. the famous MILWAUKKE  '    KKEUS���������Anhoiiser,  liohuuiian, Sohlt/, &c. .    "OLD URKY BRA.K.D "  . SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  The t-toarding and lodging Department, under the imiuedinte snpenntendciioo  will bo toui d First claSH in every respeut;.  RATES,  **>1 00 per day and Up,  CANCELLATION OF JlE-  SEUVL.  NO'I'lClilS HKRKIJY GIVKN that  the leservc, the notice oV which up--car-  ed in the 11. C. Ca/etle on ihe 27th clay  of l)ei:������nil)er, 1911*/, is cancelled in so far  as it relaics to the following parcels of  land:���������the \V. 1 2 of the S. E. t-4, the  S. \V. 1-4 and the S. 1 1 of the . N. W.  1-.(."A est of ihe nver in Section 4; the S.  K. i-4. tlieS. E'.' 1-4 of ihe S. VV. 1.4  ���������ind the N. IC 1-4 in Section 5: the S.  t-i nf ihe S. K. 1 4 in .Section S; the S E.  t-4, the S, \V. 1-4 unci the K. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Section t6, and thd E. t-z  of the S, K 1-4 and' N, 1-2 in Sectimi 21,  all in Township 3, Saywanl District, and  the N. E. 14 of ihe N.'E. 1-4 in Section 32; the N E 1-4 of the S W t .^and  the N W 1-4 nndN 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in  Suction jj; ihe N 1-2 of the N \V 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  ,"*4; >������ui the S, 1-2 and N W 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in'Section 35, all in Township f>,  Sayward District.  The said lands will be open forenfry by  pre-emption on Monday, the iSth day ol  May ai the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications   lo be ������iade al llie  office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.   No Pre-emption   Record shall  include more tnan 40 acres of land except in case-; where it is desirable 10 include small fraction.!1-portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which con  nection may bc obtained from plans   on  view at die above mentioned Agency.  K. A. UENWICK  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands  Department,   Victoria, IJ.   C,  February nth   1914.  IN THR COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOTJ)KN  AT  NANAIMO.  IN Tin*: MATTEU OF   Henry  Rich-misyr Slmltz, dcet.iscil, in  to6t������t<*, lutt-i uf   Sti'iuidby, R^pe't  District, B.C.  AND ,  lNr THIC MATTKlt oEthc "Offi-  cia! Atlniinistriiturs Act,"  TAKK NOTICE thut .Uy order of His Honor .fudge llnrlci*;-.  inndi* on the lOrli dny 0!' iJunc  I1M4-. 1 wns ajipouiK'd A>1-  ininiistriitor uf tlio I<>i(ati-of tli"_  abov������*������iiu������iitionc<l ���������ilt.-cviiriiid, ai'tl idl  ���������jiavt-it-ifi lmviiio cliiiin-1. agaiiint tlie  snid ortlalo uro litiivhy rfquirod t������������  furnish piiiihj,. properly verirtnl, to  uio on or ho fore tlio loth nny oi  July 19 W.' AND all par-  tios indebted to Biiid,estate, iov re-  (jnitvd to pay tlie amount of tlieir  iudehtediiet?s 10*1110  forthwith.  Dated  this 10th  dny of .fnui*1  1914.       '  W. Wksm-tv Wir.r.ARi),  OHicial Adiiiinistrator,  Cumberland, 1>. C.  CXPERIaTICE  John Johnston.   Prop  a  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami all KITCHEN..UTENSILS  Brewers' Dried Grains  Hotter,  Cheaper Than  Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors N ;\i\AIMO, B. C.  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE h -hereby River,  thnt  one   -   month from dale,  application will lie made to the  Superintendent of Provinnitil police for a = license for the eale of  liquor hy-:. wholesale in. and  upon'  CANCELLATION  OF  RESERVE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt ihe reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under the sea  fronting on Nelson and, Newcastle Districts, notice,of which  appeared in the Ii. 0, Gazette  on tho 6th day of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  Ti. A. Rex WICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria,  B. C, 23rd June, 1914.  ���������>*.5% T������u>e tfiAiVk*  *,T* :������i.':OM������  Oo^tn.MT������ ?-.������*.  AnronaiWilr-j atkotnla n.i C,:������cTlt tv.. a.r?  quickly ojceriaia o'u' ^rttti a l'rco ������,-<vt.r aj  iL-vflitlon li"prsbatil-f 1.1. {ii.abla Conimvjlc������.  tioi.ak(rlotlr'-ontiJu������tlui. HAI<l'30GSoua*������t>.-j..->  ecntlioe. uld'i '. ������uo:n.,jr ���������fwra.icurr^lKUeiu-i.  t'auuitH trJLOu tnrriv.h Mur < % Co. roce'TC  *r ^'at Mtki. with-TUtciiftTjii, H- va*  A huu .,<omol7 Illumrat'-d woe'dy. JUrgpfi oil*  ovist ion of Mny f.cloutiilo Joarn-:!, 'jftmuK tor  Cuuiivi \ l.i.-$ 11 your, iiastaco i>*rcpaW. -��������� t>o',J by  ������il nex������lo(iicn.  BOWSBOaW^^-Bftiiiiy^  Biwob oiaco. t*i6.''' fit, v/irii-uroa. I).������;.  I*        **������      ��������� ������     *���������  NO'llCUT0\f,r'I    V  SEALKI  "Tui.lt  TlIFprem'iFer*8it iated~in The town  of Courtenay, B. C. known ant'  described as Lois 30 and 31, Sectional.  Dated thin lolli da)* of   April,  1914.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad Reitcl,  Applicant  LAND REGISTRY  ACT.  CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE,  Sportsmens Goods  nud  General Hardware  S MADE IN CANADA  luQz^.   ll,WA6lC'  Pure Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food*  fe. W. 01LLETT CO., VTt>.  Toronto. Ont  NOTICK IS IIKUERY GIVEN that tlie Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in " the iJril'ish  Cohunhia Gazette on the 27th  day of December, T907, ia cancelled in so far as it relates to  lands covered by Expired Timber License No. 42936 and  known as Lot No. 374, Sayward  District; and that the said lands  will be opened for staking for  pre-emption as uusurveyed lands  iu compliance with the provisions of the "Laud Act" at 9  o'clock in the forenoon ou Tuesday, August xi,. 1914, Eor  further iuformntiou npply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,  through whoso odice all applications must be made.  li. A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lauds.  Lauds   Department,   Victoria,  It. C, June 10, r9r.{.  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  Trains will arrive at Cumberland from Union May at 8..'iU on  Tuesday, Thursday and Sat 11 hi ay  evening*', and will leave for Union  flay "Wednesday and Friday at 1  in r.he morniiif*;, and on Saturday  at O.30 111 the evening*. There in  no ulianm*. in tlio   S. S. Cowicliaii  cited uie.  NOTICE.  Sealed toiuli-rfl will ho   reeeived  hy tho Minintor <>f Liuids nnt la  tor thnn noon on fho 7th day of  August, 1014, for the purchaHMtf  DISSOLUTION OF IMUTMKP?.Uw* >- ^M   ������M   ������^   VM\*m  SIIJP, Ji'iA of I'uuU'i' ou :m iiivii   ������������������iJj-uh*-  ing L������t ,174, Lit tin ValdeR Inland,  NOTICE  Any portion or persons, cutting,  I'l'iimviiig or taking any bloeki*,  timhor or wood, of any deHin'iptiodn  jolonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho land  of the said (Jompimy, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's  land will lm pro-U'cuU'd to thn full  extent of tiio law,  J. II. LOOKAIID.  Goneral jMiiiiagor,  Colliery Co,y,  NOTICK i������  hi-roby   given   thut  tho piirtnorship lioruloforo existing  I.I,,..,     T      1...   'PI,-,..-!- ,���������   )        \ ^������',.  ilCV^H.1.,,-) O*.!*,,!,*   ,,'yi.i.yn    .* t.vW     *lb a i*ai,  ur Denlon umJer  the firm  muno  and Ptylnof the It, C Oartgc, car-  ryin-j; on burinuss nt   Cumborland,  ll, 0., wan on thr l"lli day of July,  10M, duly  dtai'oK'crl  hy   mutual  cnn-wiit.   The B. C. UaniRoiH now 7  Dopot, ' gonl's hicyclc*.   phitod  ���������Hoh'lv owufiU and   will   henccfor-h jrimtf, Ptnvight,   handlehari*.',   hind!  Sayward District. Ono year will  be allowed for tho removal of the  timhor,  Kurthor particular-* of tho Chiof  EoroHter, Victoria, IL C,  NOTK-E.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cart* of the Union Colliery  Company hy any pernon or persons���������except lain erew���������ii) strictly  prohil^ttid. KmployceB r.rc ���������suh-  icc todiHmifHiil for allowing nani-  Uy order  J. R.  LOCI-CARD,  (ieneral Manage,.  LIQUOR ACT, HMO.  Sod ion 42.  NOTIOK is horeby given thai,  on the 1st day of December next,  application will bo mndo to the  Superintendent of Provincial Pol:  ice for lenownl of tho hotel licence  to sell liquor by rotail in the hotel  known as tne Malas-iina Hoi-*!,  ���������d'uate at Lund, in tho Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 8th day of October,  1913,  KIIK1) THULIN  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Section -12.  NOTICK in hereby Rivnn Uiat.  ontholHt day of Dccomhcr next,  ������ppl lea lion will he mud" 10 tho  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renownl of tho hotol licence  to soil liquor hy totail in the hotel  known as the Willow Hotel, pitu-  ato at Campbell River, in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated thi-B Sth dny of October,  1U13.  CIIAULBS THULIN  Applicant  H-N-T H EyMltTTE finoPan^Vp"  plication for a fresh Certificate,  of Title to Section s*- Comox  District.  NOTICE is hereby given ot  my intention, at the expiration ol  one Calendar mouth from the  first publication hereof to iss������ie a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Hcecroft Ussher La-  con on the 3rd day of September  i8<-*r, and numbered 12567 A,  which has been lost.  1) A TIC D at the Laud Registry Office, Victoria, K C, this  23rd day of June 1914.  S, Y. Wootton  Registrar Gcuerftl of Titles.  No. 8 Mr .*. *icr    ..  EALi;i)   TENDENS,   a :>er ..1 *-.���������-  Ier far No.  R  ������!ine  b'lu.'-l"  will be rei oivr-d b;,; the  Itonourahlt   ilie  Minister of l'uli'ic Wi ,ks ....   i- u" ^  Tuesd.-iy, ������.1h: i<;i'i d.i> ot M,(y 191 *r Cor  the (.'rcclio-i and cmt. '. '   '.   ������f ;.   ���������..���������������������������  room sdiool-houi-i al N *���������  '-'' ,^���������un-  berland, in die Tcr'ox .-"icci ���������!������'Oisuict.  rians,   ���������-pedtii.'rttions,  contrac*     unci  fornib ot lender ma,, bc ucen on and.af-  t������r     tlie   -   isi      day    .  of    . May,  1914,        at       wie   , o fv ce     of  Mr. J. IJai.J, Guveriime'it Aijei-iu   Cum-,  berland, 13.  C;  Mr.  A,  J.  Sul'ieiLnd.'  Secretary of the School Uoai-'J, Cumber- -  land)  H.  C; 'uni   tlie I)c(jartii.eiU   of  Public Works, Victoru.  Hy application 10 the uiulerji^-tJ,  contractors may ohia-11 a copy ol U.e  plans and spec'.ficatio.i. r-.- i"ie sum of  ten dollars ($10), which .vill b������* refunded  on returnii % same jn'i*ood order.   .  Each proposal must be accompo'med  by an accepted bank die.-tie.or certificate ofdeposit on a chaifereil bank of  .Canada, made payable to the Honourable the Minister of Public Woiks, for a  suiu equal to to.ier cent of ii;'* lender, .  vilticls shall be forfeited 11 the party irn.- ,  derinj; decline ic enter into .'.outract  uhen called upon to do so, or if he fail  .1 (incomplete the! vv.ork���������CJiiluicied fuf.- !,_  'I he cheques or certificate;; of deposit of  unsuccessful tendeit-rs will be returned  in' then upon the execution of the  contract.  ���������  Tenders will nor bc considered unless*  ���������nade tint on tins   form-* supplied, s'������tied  with ihe actual signature i.f ihe tenderer and   e-clo*-,' d in ihe envelopes furrt- ,,  ishn<l,  The lovi-e'.s; or. any tender nut tieces'ur  il;1 accepted.  J. ]���������:. GU1FFITK  Deputy Minister nnu Public Works  Enifiiiuc'r; Uepiirtnient of Public Works,  Victoria, 13. C, April 28,1914.  niv6 mvi6  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^  LIQUOR AOT, 1910  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby Riven thai,  on the ninth day ol   May  next,  application will be made to   the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the grantinjj of a license  lor the sale of liquor by ict.'.il in  and upon the premises to bc constructed in accordance with   the  plans and specifications to be tiled with the   Superintendent  ol  Provincial   Police,   and   to   he  known as the Pier Hotel, and to  be situate at or near the govern  incut wharf at Royston,   Nelson  District, lhitish Columbia, upon  the lauds described as" Lots   20  and 21 iu Hloele K of the Subdivision of part of sections 4 and  6 A.  Dated this rst day   of   April,  TOt.t.  Hauuv Iimv.vs,  Applicant,.  for the Milk wagon  with ihe Grcc'.i ])oa  1,'RHSH MILK AND  FARM PRODUCE  Our Mill- is thy product  of tlie Hest Peel Cows  FRii.SH   >'ilLK  Delivered uvirnii'sjcl: -ivi-mugi  I. MARUYA ���������  ���������������������������������������������>���������������������������*><*> V*"*<"V ''.^���������>r  GIVE IKS vou p. nt:xt or  !)KR   POX JOH   Pi\MNTl.\G.  Q  ���������  t  LOSTOKSTOLKN   from No.  fWood   Wood|  Wood  ������  ,'lNOTICi;  5!jij' 11 Mil ).,ui.*i) l.'J.*vl,',"el  ])i������t������idt ul Swywarl  TAKB NOTICK thut -Tiuitiii Dorr of  IJ-ipftr ViiMc/Miiinl, II  C, 1 wnpntloii,  liiniirr, int. iiiIm in t\\i\l\y ior jn ihhh iuu ��������� chineliet'iVK'.s mni \ IClOr Ktcorii.s  11 pur������hane the MlAwinv di'-Krilml IhimU:  j-q1. ^c .,, .]���������, -\;cWri office.  Coinmenuinir at it jKV-t vUuletl t������������n chai ������  Violin Strings, Talking nm-  Iie (.'umluciiMl hy John Thomcon,  All ilvhlt .���������ttiiitliiiji previoun (0 (ho  (lute if ilUfoltiliuii, ������'re payable to  Arihitr I'l'nion.  JJutetl AiitfiJit--.. I*.>l-I.  Jj. V.. I.)arago.  wheel l������a������ froo wheel hub brake,  two pttrltes on Duulup tire.J nn  back wliovl. "Mt* ItliKiifliar-l nil  fnmt w lice I, Ittfui'U'atuiti t<i K.  lireiititnll. N������������. .s Alim% 01 In .1������k.  1 Ward/ City JVtic*', C������imbt������ltui<l.  ������ Nnu* it- the- time to place*    <;'  <���������*) j(������tir uriior   for   SIjAJJ  % WOOD  ft ������2,00,. .ikt double* load  r.) '  <s>    S K  I Star Livery Stables %  ������ %  (p.   1'iiHlof Ilyiu-iotli Take, on hue of P.(!I,. '��������������� ��������������������������������������������� *���������-���������  ���������'  %   OUtmNo. l7lltlii!wwlf������n'liHimw-i.tt-i ^WiNO    MACHINKS  mm  The  6)  *i>  i������j  w  RH  PAIRKD  uliorouf lain'; tlicmi'Vnlof.urHhon*������.f lake,  in   11 flonUi-f-uterly (lirn-lion.  fmift*������ui ^  pIih>k   lo llin Intcr^eciion of  nwt liim I **""  T Jiutin Dorr Pre ti..j>tion i Ihciw uoilh i 'iMin Sin-jjer A Rent IS .iWinci  on prc������������nptirtn line t������n oli������in*i t������t- iMiiut ol j t.Vc, v ttiOUtli. I.t-iiVC your OT ���������  c������t������ui(������cem������iit, ������t.a ������.id������it.������Dfi in������ {Sl|(lets'al ,jJ(.  ,'utnberiamJ   Sevn  3V>T\S lK)!l"t       'iiti]lX', aU<* tl,e>' WJ!l !* n,te,uU',!  .W'.(.^1-Uuut', ta prrt-mprl���������}��������� "hvir rite   a>j>*nt nr.  i������a������kI MurtTitb, iau !rives in town.  (JO 'I'O���������  HUGH MtTOmifiL  KOli   VOt'lt  Genl Blacksmithing  Horseshoeing  Third St.      CiiuiluM'hvi'.t  *Q Cleaning  , i^epaimng  SHOP  .Mri*-. .fenkins Proprii-tor  K  Orintlemnn'B Bultn Oloanod anrt R������  pilrwl.  Lndioii' Work w 5r<,"*>'������l*,'T  "LetM������DycF*orYcu **  feavtrfto auitdlnrr, w^ ���������"������"���������'��������������� -**"4  ,i*sr 'ui.n yEw^VAFKHP for  'fcALE AT THIS OFFICE M^^-fc^^WjJS^t-4^*vM4-*'  ���������A./4������**������������^'M#jr*i������S  ���������������iJ|K^������(WJ������>*ti tjft'*.  J������*-tl*fc*W^Vff~ii.^  ������-'ifi������if-. ������* "**������ ***������ Jh  TIIE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  On quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ���������ed surely and  -gently on tne  liver, Cure  Bilio'mcsj,  Hfad.  ���������chc,  Did.  ���������cu, und Indigctrion.    Tbey  do their duty.  Small Pill, Small Doie, Small Price.  , Genuine must bear Signature  HER LAST DEAL  mwvP9>Fmwww^u^li%r?i'3m  a  lisai  Iitver  liimulatloa E  SOLD WATOH FREE.g  A strbltHt!*������rward ctcorom  fiffor (rotii au MUblUh-Ml  firm. "AYe ar-i thing twthr  WiUfheti   to   tbotuMidi    ot  prviplo   all    0TC2    thfl  world    u    ������     bum  adToi-t.Aomnni,     Now  tn ..your    cbuunM    to  obtain one.,   Writ ft  now*    cneiotlax , 2*  ountx tor on* ol   oar  IfuhioouM*  L&dltt'  Jxin*r ..*���������'. Ounrciii,     or  QeatA'   AlborU,   dent  C*rxiiu;o \m\A to "wwur  with tfw lYAteh, whtoh  will   bo   giro* ,.Fm  (UiRfto    waU*h������i "'.'..t*r%  fTiiarantood flva ywusJ,  should  yon  tftku1 tvd-  ; -v&nUi,t of our marvel-  We   eipoct   yon   to   tell   yoor   UienA*  ,,���������������������. ������,   -..(1   shotr   thom    tbe    boAdtlfui    -watch.  I)nu"t tlilnk this offer too Jtood   to be true,  but tond  2S cants  todfiy   -tnd.'nla-' a   Krw������ AV&tch.    You  j ttiII Ut amared-WlLUAUa   -S.   LLOYD,   WfcolrwiU  J Jowollcn {Dept. 1������ J, ti), CornwullU UomI, Londou, H.,  j Esgliutd.  >���������������������������  IJwetlKAM' -'UiJ''******-!7*^-^n'Bri.l WJ*������1������il ��������� JWUJ>n W���������  .Ions"offer'.- ,  about i������" and.:  II JOHN INGLIS CO.,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  And it Was up to Harold to Git Whatever Consolation He Could  Out  of  it  "Lucy," hu sail,.with all.the earnestness at his command, "you have  driven nieto desye:ation. I have waited "and hoped that you might learn  to care for me, but my waltiug tas  been unavailing. ��������� Now I am going  away, to risk my lifo, to face whatever dangers may lio in my  vay."  "Have you mado up your mind to  join the a**my?" she asked.  ��������� "Yes, 1 shall go where g'.ory and  perhaps fame await hi**-. 1 shall insie-t  on being hi the thick of the fray at all  times. Thero is noc'iin,*,' Tor me to  lb-o for, so ,.'.iy bIiou'. J I fear, to iliv ?"  "Please don't say such things, Harold. Surely there is much for you lo  live for."  "No; if I ever return it will be with  Ihe scars of battle upon me. 1 shall  stop at notliiug. Wherever dangers  are to be faced I shall bear our glorious colors. 1 shall come back as a  hero or I shall not come back at all."  "That should always te a soldier's  sentiment. I am giad to hoar you  speak so nobly."  "Thank you. By saying oue word  you could keep me from the dangers  that must bo faced in that desolate  country."  c'But it is a girl's f^uty to urge men  to be heroic, not to try to persuade  them lo be deaf to the call to do the  splendid thing."  "I suppose you're right. Well, I  shall not be deaf, to the call."  "1 am glad to hear you say that  Harold."  "Goodby, Lucy."  "Goodby, Harold.'"  "Have you no last word to say to  me before' I leave you?"  "Yes, there is something."  ���������" . "What is it, Lucy?"  "Don't get shot. Harold���������don't even  get half shot."���������Chicago Record-Herald.  _Rnglnpg- nf2n.ll_kinds..J3oilers of._a.lL  kinds, "   Plumbing      Machinery,  , Tanks,   Heavy  Plate   Work,  etc.���������  Write for prices.  14 STRACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO,   ���������   -      CANADA  Inhaling Spaghetti  There is a popilar belief to the effect that tlie Neapolitan eats his  spaghetti by a deft process of wrapping thirty or forty, inches round the  tines of his fork and them lifting it in-'  board, an eh at a time. This is not  correct. The true Neapolitan does  not eat his spaghetti at all;* he inhales it. Hit gathers up a loose stra'id  and starts it do-A'n his throat. He  then respires from the diaphragm,  and, like a troupe of trained angleworms, ihat entire maps ot spaghetti uncoils itself, gets -up off tho plato  and disappears inside him���������en masse,  as_it were���������and makes him look like  a man who is chinning himself over  a set of bead portieres. I fear that we  ���������in^-nierica-wilHieveHearn~to-siphon-  our spaghetti into us thus. It takes a  nation that has p'.-acticed deep breathing for centuries.���������Irvin S. Cobb, ,in  Saturday Evening Post.  NERVOUS CHILDREN  The Trouble is Often Really St. Vitus!  Dance-Do Not Neglect It  Many a child has been called awkward, has been punished In school for  not keeping still or for dropping  things, when '.ho trouble was really  St, Vitus dar.ce. This disease may  aipear. at any age, but is most common between the ages of six and fourteen years. It is caused by thin blood  which fails to cirry sufficient nourishment to the nerves, and tho child  becomes restless and twitching of the  muscles and jcrki*"*-* of the limbs and  body follow. In severe cases the  child is unable to hold anything or  feed itself. St. Vitus dance is curod  by building up tho blood. Tho most  successful treatment is to remove the  child from all mental excitement, stop  school work and "give Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. These Pills renew tho  blood supply, strengthen tlio nerves,  and restore the child to perfect health.  Here is proof of their power to cure.  Mrs, Geo. A. MacDonald, Harrington,  N.S., says: "My son was attacked by  St. Vitus dance; at the outset his  muscles'would twitch "and his step  ���������was weak and jerky. " "We called in a  doctor who treated him, but notwithstanding he continued to, grow worse  and at last grew so ,bad that he could  not hold a cup in his hand, while his  head constantly twitched, and' his  speech became rather indistinct- At  this .-juncture I saw in a paper the  cure of a* boy from similar trouble  through the use o,: Dr. Williams'* Pi.ik  Pills. We at one sent for a supply,  and in a few. weeks after ho began  their use there was considerable im-  provemen-:, ard it was not long after  this before ho was completely  cured, and has never had a symptom  of the trouble since. I am convinced  that there la no medicine like Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for the cure of St.  Vitus dance.  If your., dealer does not keep Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills you can ge4*. them  hy mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 hy writing The Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co., Brockville, Ont.  Telephone by Wireless 150 Miles  By means of a wireless telephone  apparatus invented by two .French  naval officers, commanded Victor Colin and Lieutenant* Maurice Jeance,  conversations -.vere-carried ou over a  distance of 150 miles. The,, words  came with greater- distinctness, -it is  said, than is customary even over a  telephone connected "by wire, the  speaker's voice being clearly vecogniz-  ed. Successful tests of an extensive  character were carried out "between  Paris and a receiving station installed  in n country "jouse at Mettary, near  Tours,  Modern Courtship  "You never seem to got any letters  from your sweetheart."  "Oh, nothing so commonplaco as  .that We exchangn gramophone records."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  The late Rev Silvester Home,.who  represented Ipswich in parliament,  used to tell an amusing story concerning a visit which Mr.-Balfour once  paid to that town, n old lady, hard  of hearing, seeing the crowd of peoplo  outside the statio- and the extra police  present, mixed up the Unionist le*rj-  or's arrival wiih the Ipswich Assiz'-s,  and asked a n jighbor for whom they  were waiting. When she was told it  was Mr. Balfour, the old lady said:  "\\\M1, I suppose if the poor man  has done anything wrong he's got to  suffer fo ��������� it"  Highest grade bcivns kept whole  .  and iin.-a.ly by perfect briking,  rctuiuiii)*; their full strenjjili.  Flavored with delicious sauces.  Thoy have no equnl.  Unfair  Handicap  Willie had resigned his position in  the big bakery, where he labored in  the pie department, and had gone to  work in a carpenter's shop for smaller wages. The social -.investigator  having heard about Willie" questioned  him.  "Aren't you sorry you left the bakery and came to this shop?" she asked kindly.  "No'in," Willie answered quickly.  "But   >'ou  get  less  money."  "Yes'm."  "Well, what was tho matter^vith the  bakery?"  "Twuz this way," exp'ained Willie.  "It hurt my mouth, I wu/, li. de -.tie  part, do cherry pie part, an!' I had to  stone cherries. Ar.' doy got a'rule o\cr  there tint all hoys has .lo [whistle all  dp- time (ley's wrHdn', so as tc show  dey iili-l r-atln' no cherries."���������Popu-  liir Mag.'izino.  " What* the Old Man Feared  The head of a certaiu Washington  family was recently approached by  his son just Hearing his majority.  "Father," said he, "I. want to have  a talk with you concerning my future. I have decided to become an artist.   Have you any objections?"  The old maii scratched his head reflectively and replied:  "Well, no, son���������provided, of course,  that you don't draw on me."���������Lippin-  cott's.  Toronto's "Forest School"  An interesting experiment is being  tried in Toronto. Not only has the  board of education established oprn-  air schools in the city for the tuberculosis and delicate children, but it is  about to open what is 'called a "Forest School" hy, one of the parks. Parents are eager to gain admission for  thoir child:en to these schools,'which  are to be held in tents. All the instruction as far as possible is to be  given in. the open air, and the pupils,  many of whom will necessarily be far  from their homos, ' will be supplied  with meals. Thero are two of' these  schools this year, one in the east, the  other in the west end of the city.  Oyer 200 pupPs applied as soon as  the project was made public.  ���������"Is-polit ics -singular-Oi-plur-al-?���������tasked the mau who pays attention to  grammar.  "1 don't know," replied'Senator Sorghum, "but in my. recent personal experience it seems distinctly singular,  owing to a conspicuous lack of plurality."���������Washington Star.  Poor Old Spender     ������  "Pretty tough about poor old Spender, wasn't it?" asked the G-'ouch.  "What happened to him?" asked the  Boob.  "He got so far behind in his room  rent that he had to marry his landlady," replied the Grouch.���������From the  Cincinnati Enquirer.  HE Mb/*-LIST  Alvop's lii-sNiinilve iii'rli nipi'iiies  No. R, reini.'e l���������;Xiitlvp Itegubtl-'o  Nerve Trul" ('(i'iip'miikI, Prid- $- i'0.  Write O, I' Alver, l>0i s'lothoiinip St,  T()|'(>iitn  M  Wiwii  .mi'Mlili���������n���������   ii    ,      i. ib         m m m  PATEMTS  Kclln-rfiUiiiliaugli <���������"���������  Co   li'.vl rffleo,  Kini! ���������������������������ir"i,t   i-nst   'lorrmin   Cnnnda  .. '.'AGENTS!',, '   ,:..', '.       ,  IllK   money-iniild-r!    Our   itnll'iir   '"'Hi  ���������jlViilhii'l-nn   nf   MmprcMi- , "f , ���������''���������'���������,���������.'���������''.���������,, I  '1.--M    limik    HillillHllfii.   Wl-lli-    fnr    I'llI'.l*.  mum ,A-r qnci-:, \u-m wi-mm 1l'"**'l������l,1l  I'ul'l; rv.Mlli ('llm., Nlulii.lK , l.lmlti-iJ.  . I'IiIiI.Ii-Ihth,   Tunmlfi,  Amundscr.'s Training  Clnplain Mould Aiiniiulseii, the Nor  worIiiii who put tho south pole on the  nut|), was born in Sarpshorg, Norway, July 111, 1872. Ills yoiilh was  [������������������pi'iii in ���������.'lirlr'ilnini', and on bo;,nl seal-  oi'n ixiul whalers eonnniindrd by ills  ful her, On pin In ."Vim AiiiiiihIhcii, He  was uviiiity-llve wlun ho entered on  hia first south polar trip ns ihe Ihm  olTicer of tile Belglca expedition. ThU  journey lusted two yours nud lllled lho  young s.illor with psplriitloim '.'or further c.'.ploratli ns In the frozen reg-  Ions, Ills pnrriUs-, wsuntil him lo he-  (.onu! a pliyslciiir iiiul he spent a  year in u nicdlcfil eollouo, Later ho  went to (i(>niuiiiy to Hludy hcIcuoch  thai would nlil hliti nn nn explorer. His  llr>*t nol'ibb* frni wn.s to I ilk u n ship  tlirounii .he luirUiwi-i-'t iiiisHinir, am', on  tills trip he 'wire vIuUti,**! In thu ice  --Now  York  World  Mothers Value This OIL���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup mny  soizo th-Mr child-'cn nnd how necessary prompt action is In applying ���������������������������>  lief', always* luen ,it hand a U'pply of  \)r. Thomas' """electric Oil. because ox-  norience ha.' taught them that there  is no heller preparation to b*> had for  the treatment, of this ailment. And  they are wise, for Up various uses render it a valuable medicine.  Our First Daguerreotype  Tho lirst daguerreotype over taken  in America, was a picture oi the Unitarian church, Washington square, New  York city. The exposure was made Ly  Professor E. F. S. Morse and occupied  fifteen minutes.���������"Magazine of American' History  Dldr.'t   'Ear  the   'Owls   ���������  Country Host���������I hope tha owls did  not disturb you lost night, Lady Jenkins.  ���������' Wife of Local Mayor���������Law bless  yo"u, no. I didn't 'ear anything. Which  dog was it?���������London Punch.  Miller's Worm Powders not only  make the infantile system untenable  for worms, but by their action on the  stomach, liyer and bowels they correct such troubles as lack of appetite,  biliousness and other internal disorders that the worms create.* Children thrive upon them and no matter  what condition their wqrm-iiifcstt-d  stomachs may be in, they will show  improvement as soon as the treatment  begins.  "So you were bound and gagged by  bandits while in Italy were-you?"  asked a sarcastic man of a friend who  had  travelled.    "Reguiar  comic-op<*ra  bandits7 oh?"   "  "No,", said the other.- "There was  nothing of the comic opera style about  them. The gags they used were all  new."  ,   His Chum���������How weli- bred your sister is!  Her Brother���������Yes; you see. "she  spends most of her time away from  _th-e_xest_Qf_the_family.���������Judge.  Will Investigate Agricultural Methods  A party of fill farmeis, under the  leadership of Johannes Adrlrv.in N&s-  ser, mom nor for Potchefst-oom In ���������'lo  purlin***out of fho Union of Sf.mli  Africa hnvo left "o,* Rnglnnd, on their  wny to America, where tht-y will Investigate nRi'icultr.ial  methods.  ,    Your   Body   a   Match   Factory  A Chicago, chemist,,by a recent analysis, found that every human body  contains more than ��������� two. pounds of  phosphorus. This would be sufficient,  could it bo extracted, .to make 5,000  packages of friction matches. * This  phosphorus, it is claimed by scientists,  is an essential to health and vigur  Weresit'iiot fo.*'"phosphorus our bouts  would bo more liable to break. It is  also belioved by. Koine authorities to  be a valuable titimulaiit for the nerve  colls,  Besides1 tho phosphorus every* body  holds a mr.ribor of ounces of sodium,  aiid nearly th'.ee-fourths of an ounce  of potassium���������enough for the laboratory work of *.i good many university  cliidses In experimental chomlstry.'  Ahd tho few rains of magnesium  found in ovo-y human body would bo  play of tho 1:1 id of fireworks known  as "silver lain,"  Many are the .stories of Dr, Weir  Mitchell.    This  is ono  of them:  One day a, patient came into his  office and found him closing a large  bundle of letters. "All resignations  from committees or boards,' he said  gleefully. "I'm going to get off, all  of them. I have told my wife that  when Ldie I want her to put on my  tombstone, 'Committeed to ' the  grave."  "They have a singing dog on exhibition at one of the theatres."  "What does he sing?"  "Oh, bark-arolles."���������Baltimore American.  Johnny, out to dinner, thrice refused  chicken gravy, of which he was very  fond. -His hostess, who had added  macaroni to tho gravy, finally said:  "Why I thought you liked chicken  gravy?".  "I.,do sometimes," replied* Johnny,  "but my mamn.a never, puts the wind  pipes in."���������National Food Magazine  Boon For Jea'ous Wives  A small crowd had gathered outsidd  the store window where an automatic  tyepwritar was on exhibition. Two  wonion stopped and-peered'in, interestedly watching the keys bob up and  down apparently of themselves. Presently one,of '���������he women, turning to  her companion, remarked:  "Jenny, that's the kind of a typewriter your husband should havo ln  his office instead of that blonde-haired  thing."    ���������' i   '  The Difficulty  "Hoots, mon! what ails ye?' Can ye  no' stand up?"  "Oh, aye���������A can stand up, but A  canna'  stay  up."���������London 'Opinion-  4 Sometimes-Not  "A man is soo.u forgotten after h������  is dead," said Mrs. Galib.  "Not if you marry his widow," replied Mr. Gabb���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  Ask for Minard's and take no o;her.  ,   "My  husband  is  one  of  the  most  stubborn men in the world,    .  ��������� "He ��������� can't be any more stubborn  than mine."  "Oh, yes, I'm sure he"must be. Yesterday I had an engagement to meet  him at-three o'clock."  ."Yes."-  ������������������"WeHrit-was-nearlj��������� 4:30-T\'hen-I-  got there and he won't admit yet that  the rest he got. while ho was waiting  did him good."  "Have you a., match?" , asked , the  chronic bore, who had dropped into  the busy man's office for a chat. "My  cigar has gono out."  "It seems to have the advantage ot  you," remarked the busy man  "How's that?",- queried tho chronic  boro.  "It knows what it ought to do," replied tho busy man.���������Pearson's Weekly.  tho  Keep  house.  Minard's    Liniment    In  the  Tlie  '"UIO  (lawn"'  fii'ow  The Coldest Hour  provi rb which telln uh Hint  l.irliiHt   lioir   1������     thill     before  is 'iiiiceurnte, for light Inii in ihe iii'iniiuy an giadu.itly  llHll il.-r.ri HKOS i.i the i-V("llll[", The  siiylnt- should he "llie cold! hi iimn,"  I'lc, whleli In perfectly true nud Is ow-  lm; In (Musi-H connceleil wld tho de-  inisll of dew. Hoarfrosts, loo, un'inl-  ly liikt- pine* Jiiid In-I'o i*i* davllulil uud  ii rn mi additional   aum* of the peculiar  l;lllllill*.-a,i  ui   t".n  i.">  .     i./.,,..<..   ",'...''  "Why aren't you On.-icliig, Mr. Mc-  Xlve?"  "I wnR out of town for the w������i k-  ���������ml, ������i) 1 don't know any ol the .low  Mis "���������Puck.  Tho Barrier  FlrRt Trump���������You woii'i get nothing  decent there; thom people li. vegetarians,  Second Tramp���������Is that, right?  FIr*'t Trump��������� Yes. nnd thy'vo got a  dog Unit .lin't.���������Philadelphia ]ni|iilror.  Tho Employer���������Bv the    way,  children iibiuiliy .?at vlth us,  Tho New Govnrnosa (firmly)���������I  nuiRt object to that,  "Why?"  "Tliev'ro siuv.to pick up such faiiity  notions'of grammar,"���������Clevahuid Plain  Dealer,  Salesman���������PTnre's an alarm clock  Hint's guaranteed positively to make  a fo. ow jump out of bod  Mr. Turdoo���������Th it it what they all  biiv���������but 1.i1'b bea-' it ring  Salesman���������It doesn't ring���������it honks,  ���������Puck.  You can sec under the  glass how rough that  spindle is.  Axle Grease  Fills the cracks and makes easy, smooth running.  "It's tha Micm that does it."  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winnipeg    ������ Toronto St. John  Vancouver - Montreal Halifax J  ISa-ci Blood  in the direct and inevitable rriult of  Irr^'.ul.ir or ���������ronstipated bowrl*-. and  clouRi'd-ii]) kidneys and skin. \ The  liudi^i -4fd food and other w;������Me matin v.l.M*. \i. ���������it'.'i--.-.-.1 to i.:- .-.���������.���������.v.i'.At-a  [bisons the blood arid tlie whole  t'"-������,-m. 1 >r M^rs"'1) Tn/li.vi J'rt-ir Pi)!*i  (nt d'i'ftly on thr !io������*rU,-i-j;ii'i.itirig  lli-Tii���������mi the kidneys, cisi.iii their'  t.i������c ;i*v|*-trrnBthto*prrijHi1y filter the  U'j'j'l und on the kkin, oiK-fiiti-** up  Ihe jion-s. For pure blood and good  Uilih Uke  Dr. Morsel   **  i***n Ron*  P<"������  ���������*    **   U   1C07  He Wan Absolved  A miiiirt yi.ui'.i, who hud tarried on  IiIh way to :<chool playliii, marl'lr*-'*,  hail I'nili'd hit, hiiml'i huilly durlrg  the gam:*. ,lu:-,t before goin-.*, Into  school he iiiiniiigci! lo perform a  school bo*, lollil i:pon one hand, For  helm: lute he wa-: called out Tor punishment, ninl iiiii.irully pui forward tl.o  cli-uiicr hand, ii 1'hfinu.li tIiIh whs ,nr  from Ith natural condllion, "Well,"  Kiiiil lho teacher, lu dlHKiltit, "If you  ciui show mo n dirtier lui ml thnn llmt  In llie w'h'ih* Bclitiiii I wlll lot you olf,"  ln-it;ttitl,v th,* little follow put forth hit!  other bund. "Hero you are, bir."    ho  ImIKI.  FIJI Iblandt-rs' Sugar Cane Dance  A   vory   curloiii;    nnd    nxoceilliu'ly  clover    (ltMicn  may  ho ivItnoHRod  In  I'ljl rnlled hy the nativfh ''tbo miMir  enne I'U'lrn" or -"iii'sir en tu* (lanc������   It  ri'pli'hi-lllH    11)0    .,'1'llWlll    Of    ti'������    HUK.'il'  cine.   In Hit first flii'tiro tho iliinc?rn  {Bc-iifit low on (lie ground, Blinko tlulr  heads,  ulirt tlieir eyes nnd  murmur  i-lowly and noftly ,iti iinliitolllKlble hch-  li'iicc.   HradiiiiMy Ihey nl! Htnnd up to-  Kotlicr, grow.ni*; tt-llcr and tailor, and  ..*.:-, l}���������i-,   ",;va-,*." i\wj v.'iuc '.holt- arum  I and  tri-iu|ilo  all  ;iver from  niil(l<' to  ''".id,  III"'1 tho ���������all, t.-iHSi-led cine wav-  ��������� In:; In the wind, find ntlll tbey keep  | on chiiiitliiR  louder and  imidor. Tl.o  lii.'t fi^'if'. ������'prcfiPittH a porles of cum-  l.a'B tm-atit to -jyiuhollzo thu oxaotUns  jof 'he chiffs  whii pompol th** "kalsl,"  j-.-.".'/.!!!^ a.-ii unwilliTK*;, to mm* o\\{ ,\%u\  lout tholr rro:.������*- l^nidon Stnnd.ird.  I.lttlc mind" nfi tnmed nnd nulidtir-i  by  inls*fi)"i.ni'. but Kn-sit  minds    rim)  .SiS���������nir it���������WasLLifitoa Irving.  Mlkpdo's Coronntlon  Tlm coronation of Hinporor Yoslilto  bus been Used for Nnvombor, 1D1 fi (*r-  iK'nally tho core, nnt Win   wiib lo  have  A huid whe'o Rl."imno nnM'*p c;'v''  are Htlll worshipped In the F.ket (lis-  trlot of Soul hern Hbodesln, 'lho land  of tho lbll.los," In tho Kwn lho oht.  miry, where ihe p-u-foif sand I" Blrown  wllh R'.oiiiiiln'-' Bluillc. come ut low Idle  '"liet   nnd   Ibono  maids who, fiisllni?  J������l.'i"ii,|iln,t������i''iii"-xt 'Nm'oiiibi-r'.'hiii'n iioat-' "f-f <1'',,i' ''0,),R* lc,irM'* on "l0 PI,K? of  ' ��������� ��������� ��������� ll> /*,,���������.^.      i   .      ....rtai      in     iliA     unci      iri-iil.ln'r 1  pminiiiiuil. wuh nindr noco������aur> by tho  ileiith of the Powder I-IiiiproBS.  Willlo���������P'.w, wluro aro all tho talk-  bur mnchlnoB made?  Paw--They nro not mndo,. my son  Th'*v are 'lorn.  Alnw���������You  r.) to bid, Willie.���������Clin-  .'���������Iniiiit! l*hii|iil.rer.  filhbH���������Have you iloejdod whoro ymi  wlll i*o thin summer?  DibbH���������S'n; my wife always walls  riiilll some neluhbor wllh n KrndRo  itKnlnBt ns r?rommondH tho worst, spot  ,1 ,M,,,.,-I        Prnl,-,,    Trnivorlnf  Tiie Domestic Treasurer  "lloforo  SlmpBiin  not  mnrried  used tu cDiiiin.inil a Kood salary."  ' And .uiw?"  ho  the fnnm to pray to tho soa irnddocii  Uir.un lhono, to f.cnd them huibainlB.  Men,'loo come to iihud, with 'irniB  onlBlrolclioil, her hnip In unexpected  (lUTIciilllcB or dnnjicr, To nil who Beck  hoi* aid the ui.ddi s** oidniiin n sacrlilco  nf whlto cookr. and bona. v.irylnK In  numher iiccnrdhli; lo lho rlcbi-H of the.  polltloiior.  A littlo Rlr', on hi-inu; told by hor  motbor thnt when a child died nn an-  Rid camo and took her up to heaven,  l.hoiiKht .leeply for a moment Mid thon  said:  ' -Mamma, If nn nno;el onnios aBldnK  for mo, Buy *rtn  not  in."  "'���������"very "bit of iood on this tabl'*,"  nald lho aorvliiR lady to l.niiiBon as ho  hat down to ent nt tho church Biippor,  Concrete walks  need no repairs  NoV lie''only  onmB  it;   HIb wife l1'^,cookedJ������y your wljo.'j  Grouchy  "There Ib a inovomojit on foot," Bald  Mr. Suoope, "to prevent the .nnrriiiKO  nf wcakiiilndcd porsona. What do you  think of It?"  "I think It's rrt." nnawcrod ^fr.  (fi'oiich. "Why, .vho elH(> over wants  to  net  mnrrli'd?"���������Cli'volniid  Lender,  iry   Murins   tyo    Remedy  -. fi? ���������' i '.. ������������������.., ..������,../ .-,.  r>t Urnnui9to{������ Kyt-itw,   Dos:n't Slant'",'  '.^(���������jolhci   Kyt  Pain.    Dmi;yj.'.tf ^'iJ,  I.Iuiini liye Sail>c in /iseptic T������l������ij,  '���������%  500.    Kye Bcol:������  Free by Halt,  Ac ^y>   tAscaSo Jwj'I fut Ml Ifvai thuk Hwn������ Cut-*  tjoviiio K������o Klaca*4y Co^ Chlcaoo 'waike<l on.-��������� Aniwors  I "Oh. 1 don't liilnd," rejolnod Uni-  non fnlntly- "I'm "(Jt ������ ^'������ hungry.  anyway!"���������Now York Times.  "I don't wn'it to brns nbout myself,  l'vo dono mnny f'lollHh tlilnns In my  time but l'vo ������������������ wit wlfl" ���������" on,? wny "  "Whnt'B that?"  "I never had tlm fd"a llmt I coi:ld  papor a bedroom myself."���������Detroit  I'Vee Press  Mr James Hakir, In hla "flomlnU-  cent r.oPfil!'." ������������'������' till* story:  A Yankcr* who wanted rollpctod  l������lory, onof. ftcPOBtrd the Into of tho  Aim rlr-nii S'luadrou. Admiral l)cw,������y  with: ,   ,  "Ailrnlrnl, I hot you iiont rrn-pmhor  "Yo������i  win,"  eaid the admiral,  and  IJTIEY arc not only best at first but  are cheaper in the end than any  other kind of walk. They areclean,  permanent and safe. There is no-  f-hino* tn lvromttlnos** imrnrpthft-vslii')-  u ���������*���������  pery. Thry u*nprcwr. the jjcnc.rfll appearance of a house and arc a source of  great satisfaction to every housewife because they keep children out of the  mud, j-irewnt rnlHi from wet fort md prevent" dirt  from being: "tracked in" on floors and carpets.  Equally important is tin fact that they never wear  out and never need repairs,  Tliii free book "What the Farmer can do with  Concrete" tells all about concrete walks ami how  fo build them, and a xrore of n/hor thin-ji needed  on every farm.    Write for it to-d;iy.  Farm������r'4 Information Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  ft 2 Herald Building  Montreal  ^,**4' uTi^w^m'-l*: J.'-H:*Ml"i*l-^.* jM-ftwi*. W*M,-<-rM>>l-w.������^,Vhar,������k'toiMj4-l.t9  ...���������.������������������.������ .-...v'.-u ,������c,-.i������-uw.-.BKra*,������^ta^M'^MB������fe(il(!a,',l  ./  J*.  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  Although there are different  grades in Omega Watches there is  only one Omega timtkeeptni*  standard. Pnccs vary accordinS  to iimsh and casing,  Tor sale by  al jewelers  POISONOUS  MATCHES  In less than two years it will  be unlawful to buy or use  *     poisonous white phos- ���������-  phbrous  matches  Everybody   should, begin  now to use  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS  "SESQUI" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  L _ : ^_  Fiddled  into Office  Lossing elates that in 1848 he met  at Oswego, N.Y.. Major Cocnrari, then  nearly eighty years old, a son-in-law of  General Philip Schuyler, who told the  siory, of his election to congress during the administration of tho elder  Adams. "**A vesse*. was to be launcnod  on one of the lakes in interior New  York, and people came from afar to  see it. The young folks gathered  there, determined to nave a dance at  night. There was a fiddle, but no fiddler.*' Young Cochran was an amateur  performer, and his services were demanded. He gratified the joyous company, and at the suppei table one of  gentlemen remarked in commendation  of his, talents that he was "fit for  congress-" The matter was,talked up,  and he was nominated and elected' as  represent.uive in congress for the district, then coim.jiising the whole of  Now York west of Schenectady. Ilo  always claimed to havo "fiddled himself into congress."  SAVE THE CHILDREN  HOME  STUDY  Th*! Art*. Course tuny  bf taken by correspondence, but student*  desiring: to graduate  must atteud one  ,8(^s!oik  QUEEN'S  ^       UNIVERSITY  KINGSTON, ONTARIO  -AR.T9-  education  medicine:  -APPLIED-SCIENCE-  lm eluding  ENGINEERING  SUMMER SCHOOL  -     JULY and AUGUBT  G. Y. CHOWN, Registrar, Klngiton, Ont.  BUCK  LOSSES   SURELY PREVENTED  by   Cuttor't  Blackleg  Rl I la.    Low-  prlreil, fresh, i-ellal'li-' iirefcriC-.l by  Woatcrn stix-knit'ii becauso thoy pro-  -w     W*i jf*    tMt    where   other   vaccines   (nil.  H      L fl   *     Wrlto for boolsli't nml tnfitlinonliils.  ���������      R"* W  ������     10-dow pkgo, Dlnckltn Pills $1.00  JL^lil���������S\*>JB*    50-doso pkgo, Blackleg Pills   4.00  lino any Injector, but Cutter'* bent.  Tho superiority of Cutter rinnluets Id due to over 15  foara of Hpcrinllzliifr ln vaccines itnd icrums only.  Insist on Cutter's,   If unol-ilAliial'lo, order direct.  THE  CUTTER   LABORATORY,  Berkeley,  California.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  llymifeol 'on r in snius 'run diiwn* 'c;u r the iinn-.s'  fiUFHil! from KlllNKY, HI.ADDKK, NKKVOUS DISKASI-.S,  CIIUONICWKAKNKSS.lll.CKKS.SKINKKUI'l'IONS.IMI.KS,  ������*nte for Ft'iils ci.utii ii hind ukpicai. hook on  tin-so il'noasi's mil WDSDF.KKUl, CURKS effect-**.! \iy  THEUcyVPflliNOH REMEDY. Not Nn'i i*J<,3  THfcRAPlON:;������M'i:G  thn remi'cls* for voun own Rilineni. Absolutely FREK  No'follow up circulars. No'oblliiallous, l)K, Li:Cl.KrtC  Ml'.li Ci),IUVitusri)C,K KI),H M.ii'sir,M> London,ICng  Wit WANT TU PKOVIi THIlllMMJN WILL, CUKK YOU.  . The  Mysterious Thyroid  The thyroid gland, which is situated ahout the lov;cr part of the throat,  is still a medical mystery.  Practically nothing is known as to  its uses and very little about the  causes ot disease in it. Goiter is .a  nonmalignant enlargement of the thyroid gland. Tho swelling may be no  more than a mere thickening, or it  may grow into a mass weighing.several pounds. It Is common in mountainous districts and "where there is  magneslan limestone in the soil and  drinking water. Operation may be  necessary, but goiter will usually yield  to treatment and is rarely fatal. Malignant disease of tho thyroid gland  is often associated with overstrain  or sudden shock, , Hero operation is  generally necessary and is a* very serious matter indeed. In ,some mysterious way removal of the thyroid gland  effects the mental powers, and the unfortunate person who has his thyroid  removed is In great danger of losing  his wits, more particularly his memory.���������Pearson's "Weekly.  Mothers who ,l:aep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets in the house may feel  that the lives of. tlu'.ir little ones are  reasonably safe during the hot weather. Stomach troubles, cholera ' infantum and diarrhoea carry off thousands of little one-a every summer, in  most cases oecause the mother .does  not have a se.i'e medicino at hand to  give .promptly. Baby's Own Tablets  cure these ^roubles, or if given occasionally to the well child will prevent  their coming on. The Tablets" are  guaranteed by a government analyst  to be absolutely harmless even to the  new-bom 1 abe. They are especially  good In the summer because they regulate the bowels and keep the stomach sweet and pure. Tho Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Will   The  MERCHANTS    BANK   OF   CANADA  Increase Its Dividend  ��������� The statement v/hich tha General  Manager of the" Merchants Bank of  Canada has just issued to its Shareholders, shows that the Bank's reserve  now stands at $7,000,000, which is  also the amount of its paid up capital.  Will the Shareholders now come in  for a share of tha profits, earned on  this accumulation?  Bank Managers, in Canada, have  very rightly aimed' at accumulating in  good times a reserve which would enable them .to weather any ordinary  business stress without having to curtail dividends, but the present, strong  position���������of- the���������Merchants���������Bank���������of'  Canada, its good percentage of quick  assets:" its hig'.i standing among the  community,-would ssem to justify at  least a bonus distribution.  Canada has.a light to be proud of  its Banks, and under the present Management, the Merchants Bank of Canada, has '.ncrcased-its right"fc be considered ono of the leaders, of the foremost financial institutions of the country. '  Seems Like a New Disease  "New to the nr.n who has never  known the pain of n sore corn is suffering he endures until lie gets relief  and cure by using Putnam's Painless  Corn and Wart Extractor. It acts like  magic, eases, heals, cures, does it all  In twenty-four hours There's a whole  power of merit in Putnam's Painless  Corn and Wart Extractor. Try a- 25c  bottle.  Queer Old Book Titles  Thfese are some of the odd titles of  old English books published in the  timo of Cromwell:  "A Most Delectable Sweet Perfumed Nosegay For God's Saints to Smell  At."  "Biscuit Baked in the.Oven of Charity, Carefully Conserved for the  Chickens of the* Church, the Sparrows  of, the Spirit and the Sweet Swallows  of Salvation."  "A Sigh of Sorrow For the Sinners  of Zion br?athed out of a Hole in the  Wall of an Earthly Vessel known  Among Men.by the name*of Samuel  Fish."  "Eggs of Charity Layed For the  Chickens of'the Covenant and Boiled  with the Water of Divine Love. Take  ye out and Eat."  "The Spiritual Mustard Pot to make  the Soul Sneeze with-Devotion."   ,,  Taking a Mean Advantage  Once a thrifty Scotch physician was  cailed to a case where a woman had  dislocated* her jaw. ��������� He very soon put  her right. The woman asked how  much was to pay. The doctor named  his fee. The patient thought it too  much. He, however, would not take  less, and as the woman refused to  give him the fej he began to yawn.  Yawning, as every one knows, is infectious. Tl e young woman in turn  yawned. Her jaw again went out of  joint, and the doctor triumphantly  said, "Now, until you hand me over  my fee your jaw can remain as it.is,"  Needless to say, the money was  promptly paid.     .  Minard's     Liniment     Lumberman's  Friend. -.   **.  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  SoinetliiiiK bettor ihun linen mid bin  laundry bills Wiisir il wuh sunp nml  water. All sttir"s or direct, suite stylf  and ������ize, For 850 we will mini you  THE ARLINGTON OOIYIPANV OF OANADA,  Limited  C8 Fnaor Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED BY MILLIONS  OP  MOTHERS  FOR THREE QEMERATION8  RiiBBl.-i'a Forest8,  HiiRHln lmi" 4ii*l,600,000 acres of forest. Thnt In lo my, moro thnn one-  ���������third of the wliolo country Ih covered  liy trees, nnd tl.orr- nro four Huron of  'foroat to ovory liilinliltnnt,  And In His Heart  Inntriiptor���������Mr, Smith, kindly nnmo  ���������tlio Ix'tio** nf tho skull.  Rtmlonl Smith���������Woll, sir. I've got  tliein rill In my h.-ud, but I can't think  of tholr names just now,  "So you hnvr. vosolvod lo follow tlio  oxnmpln of finoi'irn WiiHlilnglon, oh,  ���������any Ind? I hi'Ppohp you moan In al-  ���������wnvR tolllnrr tlir- truth?"  "No, sir; In marrying a rich widow,"  ���������iJo-iloii Trai'iaoript.  The famous Etruscan vases wire  wrongly namec", for, though made in  ���������fitrurla, thoy wer-i the productions of  Creek genius, Thoy nre elegant in  form nnd onrlchod with bands of beau-  tlful foliago and other ornaments, figures and s'mlnlr objects of a highly artistic chnrncto', Ono class has b'ack  llguros aMl ornaments on a red  ground���������tho natural color of the clcy;  another hns tlio flguroa of tlio naturr*!  color and tho R-junil pnlnted blaik.  The former clnss belong to a ditto  about 000 n.C, tho latter date about  a century later and oxtond ovor a  period of homo 300 or 360 years.  ,   No  Interruptions  "Now, if you'U moot nm at my offlco  tonight I'll put yon on to a big deal."  "Sorry, old man, but I'm following a  continued btory In tho moving pie-  turofl, I must ho thoro tonight or I'll  miss nn Important Installment."���������  Loulflvlllo Courier-Journal.  Her New Version of nr, Old Prayar  A 5-yoiir-old girl In Hut lor county  whoso fiitl'.pr owns a touring car lias  moillllnil lho prnyor: "Forgive us our  trPHpiiBB (ifl we forgive thono who try  to puns ub!"���������KniiHiis City Slur,  Itppognlzpd an tho load Inn specific  fo,- Ilio dost motion of worms, Mother  Ora���������''���������!���������' \V<*"in !-"]xl(",!M1i:it"r Ims prov  pd ti boon to miffiirlng children ovory-  wlioro,' It Buldoin fnlln,  Temperance Reform in England   ZT1n*ni������'**Ai,f ti/iQ nafr\-nTY\ tiiO^ao * *���������������, flfont.   ���������*-*wli^/tj������ ������*������������������������������, O���������X V-iWIlil���������LjLlV t Ck������ ��������� ill���������*-< * v. iiv  Britain, butyt moves slowly.' A private  member * of parliament > recently  brought'forward a measure known as  the sale of intoxicating liquors'on Sunday, bill,. which proposed that all licensed premises in .England should be  closed oa Sunday .except for three  hours between noon and  10  p.m. in  lip provinces anil for four hours between neon and II p.m. in London;  with various o;her restrictions on the  "i" of tl .'ink on Sunday. To the resident of Canada or the United States  this does not seem to be very drastic  but there is still considerable number of persons who think such a proposal is an interference with the "liberty of the' subject." and the bill was  thrown out by a*'majority of twenty-  two. Many members shirked the division. The government took no interest in the measure, only three ministers being present to vote for it,  whon the division was-taken, while  Mr, Bonar Law, and all his Unionist  supporters voted against it, The  "trndo" still has groat political influence} in England.���������St. John Globe,  Waves and Their Uoos  Waves nre used on the oceaii and in  hair. They come in costs, breakers  and ciirllng irons. They aro also put  up In ether whon they cannot bo scon  and you have to tako the donlor's word  that you aro getting your monoy's  worth.  Warm waves aro common to both  summor and winter, in summer they  coino just whon, owing to the delightful weather and p careful porusnl of  tho Old Farmora' Almanac, you have  iniulo all your arraiiRomonlfl to Btay  homo, In wlntor, '.vhon you havo filled  your furnaco with two or throo tons  nf coal nnd turned on nil the drnlts  until you havo a hod ot coals that  would tnko n blue ribbon In haAo-o. i- A  nohodv ,*an put lt out but tho flro department.  Wnvofl nro nlso floen In Wall Btrp't.  Little liunhs enn bp fiooti occpf-lona'.ly  fitting upon tholr crostB until mint hor  "\\vo pomi'B nloug and linockr, tlipin  over.  Flshermer.'s Language  A correspondent of the English magazine, Cou.itry juife, has been studying  the vocabulary of Hastings fishermen.  He says: "Where there is a dead calm,  with the air. hot and moist, the weather is said to be, "planety." If it is oppressively sultry with a heavy sky  and oily sea it is 'swallocky,' and presages a storm, which often breaks suddenly with a roaring squall. A long  loop of." cloud with trailing ends is  designated an 'eddenbite,' blown out  streamers of white cloud are'wiudogs,'  large wool-pack-liko clouds scurrying  before a hlgli wind aro 'messengers,'  small, widely sc.utered clouds floating  ,n an otherwise clear sky, are 'post-  bo>s.' Occasionally, when the sun is  setting, a mock sun is seen on each  s do of the solar disk. This phenomenon goes by the name of 'smither-  diddles' and is regarded as a sign of  bad-weather. A thick, soaking mist,  moving rapidly from the land over  the sea, is called an "egger jagger.',"  "I wish," sighed James, plaintively,  "that 1 was Billy Jones."  "Why, James!" cried his surprised  mother.' "Why should you wish that?  Billy doesn't have'a good time as you  do. He doesn't havo a nice home, or  good clothes, nor any pocket money,  nor any such good things to eat, and  he's not nearly so strong and well as  ycu are. His father never gives him  presents, nor takes him on nice holiday journeys, and���������"  "I know all that, mamma," persisted James, "but���������" ,  "And think ���������what nico books you  have, and what a nice room to sleep  in, And you never have to go-out into the cold and wet to carry papers,  and���������"  "I know," grumbled James, annoyed  by his mother's lack, of understanding,  "but Billy can wiggle his ears." ���������  The followi--".* -I'l'-i'-        I-' .���������*-���������-  school examination papers are examples of those, school mistakes where  one can see traces of the right idea  without definite form in the writer's  brain:  "The base of a triangle is the side  which we don't talk about."  "The.'subjunctive mood is used in a  doubtful manner."  "Rapids are pieces of water which  run with great force down the middle  cf rivers."  "Excommunication means that no  one is to speak to some one."���������Christian  Register.  I  1  We unhesitatingly  recommend Magic Baking  Powder as being the best, purest'  and most healthful baking powder that it is possible to produce*  CONTAINS NO ALUM  All ingredients are plainly printed  on the label  MAGIC BAHNG POWER  IWGILtcTT CO.LTD  TORONTO, ONT. I  WINNIPEG*'MONTREAL  It  L  Well  It is well to carefully cultivate  tastes. Ruskin says, '.Tell what you  like and I will tell you what you aro."  It is well to study human character.  Bodensedt says: "In the face of every  human being his history stands plainly written; his innermost nature steps  forth to the light. Yet tlioy are the  fewest who can read and understand."  It is well to "brush up against tho  world." Goethe says: "Talent form3  itself in secret, character in the great  current of the world."  It is well to be never cast down.  Elizabeth Barrett Browning says:  Let no one till' his death  Bo called unhappy.   Measure not the  work  Until the day's out and the labor done.  An Always Ready- Pill.���������To those of  regular..habit mtdicine is of little con-  cern, but the great majority of men  are not of regular habit. The worry  aud cares of bus'.ness prevent it, and  out of tho irregularity of life comes  dyspepsia, indigestion, liver and kidney troubles as a protest. Tlie rundown system demands a corrective  anl there is none better than Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pills. They are  simple iu their composition and can  be taken by the most delicately constituted. -   ,  A Drink of Water  A glass of cold water slowly sipped  will produce a greater acceleration of  the pulse for a time than will a glass  of wine or spirits taken at a draft. In  this connection it may not be,out of  placo to mention that sipping cold water will often allay the craving for alcohol in those who have been in the  habit ot taking too' much of It and  may be endeavoring to reform, tho bf-  fect being probably due to the stimulant action of the sipping.  Minard's  Liniment used  by  Physl*-'  clans. *  Not to Become Ireland's New Governor  There is no truth ln the report that  the Duke of Connaught will becoma  Lord-Lieutenant of'Ireland on leaving  Canada. The present arrangemeuts  are that tlieir royal highnesses are to  return'-'to England in October, pass the  winter at Jagshort, and journey to the  south of Europe for the spring-  One gloomy day a young countryman went to a dentist to have a tooth  extracted. Seeing the patient's .obvious nervousness he dentist inquired:  "Would you like gas?"  "Would I HI:.-) gas? Of course I'd  like gas,",exclaimed the irate patient:  "Do you think I'm going to have you  Tanking"-out~my~teeth~'iTl~th"e���������daTlc?"  Recommending  it  The v Custmoer���������Do you think I  might lean, to use this safety razor?  The Salesman���������Certainly. It's so  simple a child can shave with it.  Be  sure  you'r*  wrong before  you  back up.  The little girl was paying a call  with lief mother. The hostess, old  fashioned and child loving, offered  the youthful guest a slice of bread and  butter, which was declined with  thanks.'  "Why don't you want the nice bread  and butter, dear?" asked the' lady,  possessed .of the belief that all children are -.hungry always.  ���������"We-haver-scme-1at-home-just~Ilk_e  it," said the child.'  She���������I suppose this bread is not the  kind your mother used to make.  No, indeed, it is not. When I eat  yours it-"makes me pity my poor  father.���������Baltimore American.  "At any rate, I can truthfully say  my business Is never at a standstill.'*  "What is your business?"  "Movin's pict.res."  , First Chorus Girl���������I don't knew  what to get Maudio for a birthday  present. y  Second Girl���������Why don't you buy her  a book?  First Girl--Oh, no. She has a book.  ���������London'Opinion.  It Is not at all uncommon' to consider a .child stupid, blamo.him for  lack of interest in his studies, or even  to punish him for outbursts of temper, when defe'eti-ze vision is the only  cause. Medical inspection of school  children has shovr. that 15 per cert.  are suffering from Jiad eyesight, un-  "cliscovered unlil the" school doctor calls  it to the attention of the parents.���������  Woman's Home Companion.  The Servant Qi^estion \  More women vould kfeep two soi*-  vants if It wasn't that they are sot  strong enough to do the work for mor������  than one at a time.���������Florida Timee-  Union.  "You mny oncklo, my son," snid  8mlt.lv>*, "about our big Moot, our efficient army, and our wonderful ro-  BouriiPH, but you -mint, in Hplto of our  no-Piillod Hying corps, admit wo aro  milflH behind in tho itlr-alilp libl/,,  Auiorlcn, Franco nnd Germany aro all  UI lull*  u-s  in  tiio  ll>lllg  kiipu-  "Qvtllp rlirht'. 'hpy i-.hr.ulrt ho." rp  piled 1'rlvatn T-tm'w.i, "l'vo nov'or  known England liy boforo a foreign  power yet!"  Tho tPnchor was giving a lpnson ln  , ,  - , I    ...      ,1 .    ,     it       tl .1. .     ,   r ,  ,,..*,..k. ...������.,.>.������.    .....s.    ������#.-n.������"**-       v^,..���������,,,v,l������  'A fiithom," plio said, "In a nautical  word usad In defining dlHlanco It  lTionns 8lx fret. Now, I want soim*  littlo girl to glvi no a HP-itonro ub-  lug the word fathom." Inntuntly a  hand shot up In the ronr of tho room.  "Woll, Mary, you may glvo your son-  toncp. 'The missr. Illea can walk en  tho fiolllng," Raid she, Ms bocaimo thoy  liitvi' h fathom."  Slip wolglipd r-.loBt" upon I wont y  stone, but slip iuhMpiI nn onlprliiu tlio  crowded I'-hincur, nml im hIio stood *ind  Bwnyi'd with ''.o movomont of the car  sin  wuxpil siirrafidP,  "If there* won nny gontlonicri In tho  cur," rlu mild, 'tl oy would nut allow a.  Indy to H'.iind.  And then 11: Uo OoUilnB got up fro in  his 'spat with ti. nigh. *~  'Boii't hn crosii, ma'am." ho mild.  I'll miilio room to>vards It.".  /Inloreu'od I'arty���������You say this boat  t'annot iipiiot?  1111! l!l|U"       iif   llll'Hlii.Ml/K',    l'1,1.1   l.ui'i.a  nrp flllP'l with rli'iiMnp: fluid ���������Buffnln  KxprPRR,  Father���������I pot h number of sealed  ���������iropoi-mlB ut my office today.  Diuglitor���������Oh, pn, witp nny of thom  i f.-.. ,,.���������������    I,-"'- - '-,-   V."-n"!'������������������:���������:  "Thnt', Kontlpmon," remarked another Rtnndpr, "waR tlio eloHCBt rat:������ I  over snw,"  "Thnt'fl nothing," remnrkp.l anothpr  man- "I lived In Scotland,, two years  and that's  tl:o closest race    I ever  BUW,"  ',' '*/''  '/*-. \  1/  ���������4j.  S  W. ti, U. 1007  "Itin't ll a ������hnme the prices ihofco  Now York roHtniuhtiiR charge?"  "Hut l**n't It worth something to entertain tlio claflH of people thoy liavo  loV���������Swiurt Set.  It nevr occur* to fool* that merit  md good fortune are cloitely uulloU.���������  Gootho.  Very  Much Cone  "1'MUIi, is thnt young man gone?"  called tho Inndlady at ton hells.  "Yi'B, eompbtPly," camo tlio answer*  ���������Mlchigap Gargoyle.  Marks���������-Ir. that eonef-rn you work  l'ur u dua*.> ci.iiHH.iUi4*.!  Pnrl<s~-I rIioiiIiJ gay It Ib, I've been  trying to roi a ralHo of Hillary for lho  past eight year*.  Dr, Chase'i Nervt I'ood incrtasit  wtlght by enriching tht blood and form-  ing new, firm flesh and tissues. Do not  confuti It with fat producing oils.  Mri. H. Laich, Cannington Manor, Snsk,, write***-���������  ' "You will remember me writing you last spring.  Well, I gave up my doctor and be-'jnn using Dr.  Chnse's Nerve Food. This treatment cured me  rapidly and 1 wan soon my-self agnin. 1 wan pnle,  thin and weak, Buffered from stomach troublvo and  liver complaint and frequently had sick, nervpu*  headaches, .     ' j  I wan surprised to find that in a few weeks,time  I had gained 30 pounds in weight.. I never felt so  Blrong and well in all my lifo. Headaches never  bother me any more nnd I nm grateful for the cure.  If people would only give this medicine a fair trial  thev would certainly be cured."  Vuu i������n led ),iuir>e,U bAiiiiug ia *ltc<nth and vi'u'it)  while mini; Dr. Clime'i Nrrve I'ood. You ������leep better, cut  your meiili with more reliili. nnd disetl them without di������-  comfort. But it ii 1U0 inten-iting to note your increaie in  weight (or thii it proof poiitive th*l your ������yitem ii obtnininf  additional nourishment from tliii loot! cure and that new. firm  >'it������'t tiiti likluo ik iiemg miurd lu liic >><.������iy. i"l. Ci,*vc'������  Nerve Food, 50c. a box. 6 for $2,50, all dealer* or Edmanaon.  Date* At Co,, Limited, Toronto. -4 *rV*tl������<t*\,>\llt&Pl!ftlHf*>* O*ii^HJ*^:i^.--"^"'^V*J^0  i������^a. ^���������<������*i-Wt������Ci'*r4������**������'������-*ta>-ai*ii(i-*' i&iw,**--.,  ..���������������I-M*iflW.������������- s.i **���������������������������  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    BRITISH   COLTTMBIA.  '   J.ii,-  ���������J,l."'..-.'.-:':'i������t  uiJWS  i'ssii-xl livery by   Wednesday tlie  Comox   &    Cumberland  Oublishinct   Company.  '  l.t     ..i.���������x s.s.    I       V   > < I     iv.    "*. '������  N'A.N'AlMO 1IOLDEN  ,    AT CUMBERLAND.   .  IN TIIE.MATTER of Sarah Ell-  (.���������nol- Typon duivascd, inU'SUto,'  AND  Th-is miK-r will m't, hold  itsoif * **  */*,!   1 ��������� ���������        r   m, IN T11K MATTER of tin* "Oill-  ci'spoiisiblolor tho i pinions ������ii otn-    . ,     -.   . .  1 ���������    ..       \     . . '-nil Administrators Act.'  o.iw, as tniiy upponr in its columns*- v/vrw^-.-*- .*   ,. i i  .    *    *'. TAlvE NOTICE tnat .by order  ifurn linn; to tune ���������    *.       . nt    Ins     Honor   .Imlge    l>;������rkiM',  mndo the, Dtli ������iiv   of   Novoiubi*r.  CHUNKS!) AY    \Y(\ "IU  193-i  WATER' NOTICE  Ki'l-i a urF.NVi** tu 'i'.\K!-: A"SI> '  1 -   usj*. w\n:;. ���������  li)l;J, I whs appointed Adunni?-  iriiftir of tlie. E'-U'ito oi" tho abi>\u-  inomioiK'i! deceiisod, und all piir-  Ui*s haviuvr -,-luims iiiriiinst I lie  snid estnto ut''* heivhy ivqnhvi) i������  I'urni,������li Siiinu. properly verified,  to me on or before tlie l;3lli ������h\Y  Dpecinber, r.MH. AND all pnr-  . ties indebted to  -inid   e-lnte,   are  XOTUM'; '���������- li'-r.'l-.- u'iv.-.i tliat Ksi-m-  iii;i'**. ,t Ninaiiim ibiibviiy, ��������������� f V'otonii,  15. (' wiil a., ii'v fi r .*��������� li<*<.*'*<'> lo Uko ninl  iiin llW.i'Ol1 ���������.call.ms  p.".* ?.-������ Ii'iuis, "f wati.-i ,  oik ofTn .!..<-������ Uret:*-,  ������i.i.-li 11 .*-i i������   u j required to   pay    tlio   amount   o  niitl.h'ily   (lir.'iv-'-'ii   tlirmuii   Xl-woiisIU  ])i**liic! -nil enip i *���������* Ji't" S'lii'la of (it!"  ;iv ntiii ;i nvl.s \vt> ! i.f Uii,' (>imli*'iim  Kiv. r. 'I Ij-j water wi ' In* liivot-l at. '.'OllO"  n|.*-t.o!i ii fniiii iinhv.y ii-i.l >vill be us-*!!  fnr'f;eii?i''l nuiway } u.'*���������".-��������� s on tlio bml  (lorfciit-i'ilas Jt-iilway l'^h-.oi Wiy. Thi-,  .-icni ii wa- p-nsteil o-i tiiu ^rc-ii-.d on the  .���������lri.1 day nf Apr J. l!)i:i. "~l h<- miphuati >������  wi ! bu ii ol in lho o'lk-u < f fix*. \\'.tlur Ki-  oortler a' Wturtli, H. ('. Objot-'-ioiis may  bo lilod with the snii'l Wa**,-1-  it?conlor  ir  wiui i.'-o (.LiinptmlliT i'i* AY liter Right*-',  l\\ li.-iini-i.t I'.mlili'ir^, Viu-, rii l-S.,0.  HtfJUlMALT A NANAIMO HAHAVAY  Applicant  11. Ii   BliASI.KY  Aj^ijiit  iipliG inyT  WATER  NOTICE  l-'Ol'v A  UCl-'NUl"* TO TAKB AND  usk \yaTKU.  "NOTICK'is  licireby f.i*-on   lluiL Esi-ui-  ,iiia t &  NuMimo Uiiilw.y,   of Yiotnrin,  ii. (J wi'-i -i-j|>ly fn* uio nou u> tako anil  uso 100.1)1)1) :/iil.my p-r "A hours, nf  water  ou: of Siiuily I. rue!;, \vn oh Hows iu a northerly i i i*utiim ' ilim1*1*,'*'   New-wist lis  Du>-  11 iuc  mni i-mi'cie*- int.-   Dim   Uv,   near  llnst'wo'l Oieek*   The wnt^r w.ll bj thvor  I.i! ai 2151)" t'liitroiim frnni   Railway  aini  will in: nsticl for Ouual At iihv.iy jjiupn-i**-  i-lhVlftiiiW������PiM-ilicii-a*J-l-,.:iilw'i.y-RigliU/>l-  -���������VY.iy.   Tins n-iticc v.*is jiomM'tl on    the  j>voUuti on tlio onl d y "t Apiil,  I'M'A.  Thu iippliuAt-i-iu will Av- lilml in thu fiilioe  of tlie* Wator IlKiurili-r nt Victoria, 11. C,  * O'njectii'iiR, in'iy  bo !il"(l  Willi  the Raid  Wator Kui-uriler nr'������it!i   thu Coinpnolli'r  i.f   \V,i tf"r l-iijjhls,  Wu Iidiiioat Ihi lilinut*,  Vic'oria, 1'. 0.  KKQULU ALT.A KaNATMO KAILWA Y  Applii'i'tnt,  11, E. UKASLKV  Ayent  apllii >"J'"  their iiidebteilnt'ris   to   me    forlh  Willi;  Du'ied this  llth day of Novem  l.er, \{)\n.    ���������  AY.  W'-SU'Y Wll.l.AKD,  ��������� OHic.ial Adininistrator,  (Junilierlaiul.  H. C  IN   TIIK   C������,)lrNTY, cointT  OF NANAIMO   110LDKN    ,  ATGUAM5KRLAND,  L\ THE  AlATTKll OF Dnniel  M no-iiii (leceased, int,"St;it.e,   who  died ni   Cnmberliind, 1>. C   on  June*>r>t,li mi:-}.  AN l.)  IN THK MATTKU of tho   '-Olli-  cinl Adininislrators Ac: 1.''  TAKE NOTICE 'thnt by or-  dor of His Honor '.luciotj JJurk������i",  Hindu the,5th day of November,  11)IB, I was appointed Administrator of the-Eslnto of tlie above-  nioit'.ioned deceused, and nil parties liiivin'** claims against llie  aid estatearo hereby 'required T<  furnish, same,   propurly   verified,  to me on or before the I3tli of De  cember!  HUB.    A Nl)'"all parlies  indebted to said   estate,   aro   r<>-  qiiired-lo ])ay the  ameuiit of their  indebtitdni'ss to me forth with.  JDatod this  llth day of Novem  ber,  lOLB.  WATER  NOTICE  KOH A LTUKNiJE T.) TAKK AND  USB WATKU.  NOTICK is l)t.*roby  Riv������n tint K-iuii-  mnll ivi   N,iniiiiuo   Ktiilwiy ut  Victoria,  U. 0. will apply i'w ;i lii-'esoi to tnko and  ii eft 100,001) ^nlliiin wri-M hours, o(, water  inn of llintlio  ���������,',*.(���������',���������, wlii-jh llowu in a  r.orlU'rly tlircotHii t\irc,uj:li   Nolnun Diji-  h*ift anil cinplitP iu'-'i l'liyiio Sound twiir  Ttablii It'vir,   Tho wit-i will bo (livc-tt ti  ut, l*li������)"ii|>������trcMm I'niiH Unlivuy nml will ho  iiHKtl lnr Uonwiil Ilnilway imruouiH cm lho  i.ind doHi.-vilx'il hi riiilwaj nulit iif wnyThi*  ������*otU!i! was pottod  im vim uruiliid nu   tin*  lU'il ilny n( April, KM')    The  M))diii������ti(.n  will ho lilml  in  I'u) I'tlii'**  of  Ui������   \V.iU't*  llictinlur, Viotoria, ������.<���������',   0 jontwinn ii<ny  liiHiloil \*ii.bth������ Hiiitl W.iltr lieu-nlor m-  ii'ith *ht fiiiivplrolVp nf  Wn'cr Kii,'l.li,  l'iriiii'i.u:il liiiiltliii!,'--. Vii-toiii, b.'.!.  K-lVJlMAliT \ NANAIMO UMIAVAY  Applii'iiut  11. V.    KAS1.KY  Agon I  IS   THE COCST.Y t'OUILT OK:  NANATMOMOliDKN AT       t  CUMUKIU.AND j  IS   TIU-;     MATTE It  OF   John!  Sni>il>������Nt/i:iiuW(i ������,- Jolm Hmytli;  dc-ceuf-i'd, iii'if.-iiiUo.   'vim ������Hud nl, i  Itui'l li-liind on -July o, UH'.'I.  ASU  IN THE MA'ITEU of il,������"OHlrir.l  Adi������ii������^'������������tm> Act1"  TAKE NOTICE llmt by   order oi  W, Wksi.ky AV'n.r'.AKr-,  Ollieial AdmiiiUtY-uor,  Oiimherland. B. C.   ���������  IN TIIE  COUNTY   CCUItT   OF  NANAIMO  1IOLDEN AT  Cli.MBEULANl)  IN THE MATTER oi Daniel O'-  '* Ooi'iiJI, nlso  hnown   ss   Daniel  .lobii O'Oonnell. decoased, inles-  latr, who died at Capo Cominer  ell, Uupeit District on January  20,31)1 ft.  AND'  INT HE MATTER of the "Officio!  Adminiritriuors Act."  j TAKE NOT J CMC that by older of  I Hii* Honor Judge llnrkej, mude  jibe 5ib day of Novombur, 15)1!), J  : w.i3��������� appointed Adminii'tratiir of  , llm EfitHteof lho iita-vfa mi-'ntioiit'd  |di'i*ei*.!-i'd, nnd all parties biivin"  |i:).iims uKuinsi t))*" Kiiid eatait'uro  ! herwby rcfpiited to iomish uum*?,  - property verilioii, to mo on or be-  ffnro tbe lilili day n������ December,  il'.M'.J. ANl>nll piuiii'S indobujil to  'i-iiid fiiliUo, a������e rdjuit'cd In )>ny the  I ii mount of llidr iiidt'btedn������!,*������!-i in  me fr-tThwilb,  D.tled this tlt,b d.iy   o5 Novrni-  l.er, VMW.  V������*. Wl^IKV \\*21,1 AW"  mUciiil Admiti ,*������������������������-,..  Ciimbt-rland.U 0.  i  WATER  NOTICE  1*0U A LICWNCK TU TAKK AM)  USK WATKU  Hu lloiii'i .������no^f i������,uM.-r,  tiiini-cI   sunxiH i* hwnoy >���������>"'" ","J '������'i'*'  tb������otl> day i>\ Nnvt-inhttr, ii't.'i  I -auh Hjijjoiutel Administirator  iii tbo Ivtatf-.I*'   il" aliovo-men  ItMlt, ������   NllUUtMID   liilirtilj,    ill    Vitl������<i',  IJ, C. will limply f������r i������ lii'i'iiu.' to tulio ami  mu *Hiu,('IJ0 (������ilium 1*11 V5������ liuiirc, nt ikI-t  (nit,of Uo> (Jri.-oli, wliiuli I1'������WH iiiaiiniUi-  ... ,, p|..������,ia of UO) "Uri-oil, Will-Ill iii'wh miii ii-irtii-  i;���������'*e.|.Ws--d.*>l*i' M l'^'^l,,^ ,Vm;ynm tl,n>.ud. (Jmni'V l>i-.������r.������������  liuvilig cl;i')li:������ npufi-f Ibi- HUM |nmJ cm|,-���������M n.trt Omuo.i Harbour, nwir  i-rtale .-.nr hii.'i-by rtx-jijirwl to fur \')',w[ Kivur.   Tnn water will bo ilivt rtnl  .   . *.   ;i "I    ...ill  ni*-!! s*:ii)i^, |������roperly verilujd, to  me tin or Iwfnrir tin; Vi b tiny of  l>-comhor,r.H:J. AND .ill yar-  \\vn iiid������-iit<.d to Hti'i t-plftii., aie  r'-i'iirol ti������ j'-y  tbi-  innouot   of  ������t WSO-" ttjrt'-foum fraia lliiilway nnd will  Ik5 uiumI for iJi-fioml Hiiilwuy pHij������)������ m on  lh������ liiml ������lo*iwiJ>i(l uh Kiillwny lilubt "f  W.������y. Tlijii notice wan poatrtl on tho  WovnA on tlio >M Aay ������f April )*.>!!!.  Tii' I'^l'rxMoii wi)l Iir  flli-.!  in tbe  i-lHun  '-  i ���������������������������'  * -     *   w . *������������������- ��������� . i   tbuir 'ndrbtHlii" ���������" lr>  ">������ turlli-Li ..������ U'ati������r *i;.������>nb*��������������� ut Viitirii, 1* I'.  -,, [O'jw.UoiK  mny Us  ille������l  v.iMi tbi-  ������^i������l  |������.,w,l   ibi-   J.lb   .���������������>   ai    >"*"'"'j)(, W4,M KuUlti vhUmui I'iii������.b���������*j.,  *}:T, r.������i:J. iVH't'iria. !(.('���������  vV. 'A'v.i'i.-Kv U'ii.i.viiJ..        , K-iwUlMWA'fc KAXAI.MO UAU-WAY  oU'm:: i. AtliHi-df-tralM-,  i:vjiu'-"i*������nU, JI. C,  A-i)>licant  U. K. WA9LV.S  If not, you had better*  TRY SOME     It's both  n  Wholesome^ Palatable  wz^s^rttJr'-y. ���������'���������>'*  . N DRRUGHt at "Joe Walker's"  '*** ,      "  l^eoa England Hotel, and in Bot  tles at all the Hotels  A Most Healthy   Beveridge   and   made  from the PUREST   of Malt  and Hops  prtng$vmmi fob.  Anything you want  and whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order  how well YOU will be  and see  pleased  IJSTTKIWKADS  IllLUlKADS  KiNVKI.OI'rtS  I-AMI-iaiCTS  CATALOG IT KS  MENUS  III.OTT1CIIS  DODGliUS  SUN-TING TAGS  VISITING CA'lt-DS  iU'SiXKSS CAUDS  WKD0IN(} STATION' 10ItY  MALI, PROGRAMMES  KTC, KTfJ., KTC.  THE CUMBERLAND   NEWS THE    NEWS, . CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  WEST INTERESTED IN  SUBJECT OF IRRIGATION  USE   OF   WATER    IN   IRRIGATION  "    OCCUPIED ATTENTION  OF   '  MEN IN AGES PAST  The Eighth Annual Convention of the  Western Canada Irrigation Association to be Held In Pentlcton, B.C.,  This   Year���������Prominent   Men   Will  Take Part In Proceedings.  On the tabletc of clay at Babylon,  many   years ago, were engraved rules  for tlie prouer,.iise o������ water in irrigation.     -Today,"    boolts,     magazines,  l.  A  DEBT AFTER  V^APID  TRANSPORTATION  \\             -  Flying Train at Eight HundredcMlles  V<.   an Hour  The latest- .thing In engineering, is  a flying train^, without wheels, wings  ior any kind itf motor, capable, it is  said, of travelling at anything between 300 and 600 miles an hour!  The inventor of this new -'speeder"  is Mr. Emile B&chelet, a French gen-  CROOKS FAMILY REAP REWARD  AFTER A HUNDRDED VEARS  OF PERSEVERANCE  bring your mails from Liverpool'to  London in less than an hour, and  give you fifty, deliveries a day."  The principla of the flying train is  very simple- For many years it has  been known that a magnetic coil of a  certain type when charged by an alternating current repels,--instead of attracting, current metals. Mr. Baclielet  pamphlets and articles on the 3ameinas succeeded in so increasing this  subject are issued iiii countless num.' ver of repuiBioD as to be able to  bers. In Egypt, in Mexico, in India |ug(? u to counterac������ the force of grav.  and in Boutn America are reniaina or., and fcoep golid bo(]les floatlng ln  old stone Irrigation works and can.us, i t]]e air���������."levitated" as. modern magic-  evidence of Uie highest engineer lug , lnng wou](i gay> - ,  ability, which wero constructed tor inc * ,le 8howed tho Lord Mayor that a  sumo purposes as the brltlsii^ --01"U-J" slab of aluminum weighing' several  bia fruit-grower ol today cons*.rucia a poundg fioats ln tho alr above such  modern cement Hume or syphon.          a coll ]11;e a Cf)(k on water> ami can  Words such us these have been used  time and time again by students of Irrigation   wnen  noiuitig  forth  on   the  only be pressed. down into contact  with it by the exercise of immense  force.   Yet the same streams of ener-  science ol liirm.iiB, und it would ap- Ry -which support tho aluminum slab  pear as if'tuese advocates were rapid-j passetj through a similar plate of steel  ly gaining uiscl'ilee, for the area un-|0r through tho human hand without  <ier irrigiuion in llie western provinces  any effect.  of Alberta und Britlsu Columbia is When the Lord Mayor held an alu-  daily increasing. minium  disc  on  his  palm  over  the  Tlio eighth a.mual convention of the magnetic field, the' disc was tossed  "Western Canada Irrigation associa-1 into the alri apparently by witchcraft,  tion in the western provinces, will  take place In Pe'itlctou, British Columbia, on August 17, 18 and 19. The  programme is a very attractive one.  On it figure the names of Hon. H.  bark ol ooisu., ldano; G. M. Houston  and S. G. Porter of the department of  interior, Calgary, Alberta; H. ,C Mc-  Mullen, former general live stock  agent of tho Canadian Pacific Railway, Winnipeg; Dr. J. G. Rutherford,  ���������superintendent of agriculture and animal industry, department of natural  resources, Canadian Pacific Railway,  Calgary; Arthur Hooker, secrc-tiiry of  the International Irrigation congress,  which is to maet in Caigary on Oct.  5, G, 7, 8, i) of this year; L. O. Armstrong, lecturer for the Canadian Pac-  ilic Railway, Montreal; Frank Adams,  who is in charge of irrigation investigations in the University of California, Berkeley; C. L. Smith, agriculturist for the O. 11. & N. railway, Portland, Oregon; J. W. Eastham. botanist to the Dominion government, Ottawa; J. T.'Hinkie, secretary of the  Oregon Irrigation congress, and many  othor men of the fame calibre that are  masters ot me lumiy ������j..uocs ..i n.'  gation.  The Okanagan valley, through which  the - delegates  must  travel  to  reach  but the Lord Mayor felt ,���������not the  slightest sensation. The application  of this force to purposes of traction is  obvious.  For his working model the inventor  has built a car with aluminium plates  underneath. Against these plates  play streams'of energy from a number of coils placed at short intervals;  the car is thus lifted from' the track  and loses all apparent weight, Vie  force nf gravit; being exactly counterbalanced. The car is, 'in fact-,  floating on tlie air, and can be moved  laterally by tbe lightest touch.  Pow-.-rfi.li magnets <-at much wider  intervals tvian the "repulsion culls"  draw the car swiftly along; as a  needle can be drawn along the surface  Canadian Vessel in' 1812, Has Been  Urged at Washington persevering-  ly Ever Since,the Close ot the War.  Mark Twain s ludicrous -sketch of a  certain George Fisher, deceased,  whose meagre worldly possessions  were destroyed by Unite<i States  troops in 1813 is well kno**yn.; in 18-18  the heirs filed a first clain"i> subsequently many subsidiary c^ims, so  that when the humorist ''let go bis  bolt," on the Fisher family fortuned  the heirs had secured in damages and  various accrued interests something  in six figures of good Anje**iean dollars.  The award of the American and  British Claims- Tribunal &t Washington, the other .day, for . tho /illegal  seizure of the Canadian vessel, Lord  Nelson, In 1812, granting the owner's  heirs $5,000, with 93 years' interest at  4 per cent, proves once agaln tliat  Action has to "go some" to beat out  truth. Singularly enough, the motto  of the Crooks family concerned is  "Perseverando " and the family claim  ���������has been urged at Washington intermittently but perseveriflely ever  since the war. which re������% began  with the illegal seizure alluded to.  The belated judgment, which at last  has been given, nets the cr������oks' heirs  ?23,000. By the treaty ot 1910 under which they 3ecured it,, they got  only 4' per cent, though their claim  was for six. The latter would entitle, them to over a'million dollars,  but it is not known at present whether Barrister A. D. Crooks of Toronto,  grandson of the Hon. Jaff^s Crooks  ���������one of the two brothers who owned  the.Lord Nelson���������will-elect to say; "I  will persevere," or not. Iu 1817 a decree made by the court of the Northern District of Now York pronounced  the,seizure of the boat, and is making  over into a United States "War vessel  at' Sackett's  Harbor, illegal, and  di-  WELL   KEPT   FARM   RECORDS  Prof. Gray of Saskatoon, Speaks Before Agricultural  Secretaries���������ln-.-,  teresting Discussions .,  In an address before the Agricultural secretaries at Regina, Prof.  Gray, of saskatoon, laid strong emphasis *on the value of well-kept farm  records and farm accounts. That the  farmer who wishes to get results from  the application of his labor must  practice business principles, and that  he must bo thoroughly conversant with  the practical side of farming, was imperative. Haphazard methods must in-,  evitably lead to loss.  Records were divided into three  classes���������-first, record of miscellaneous  facts and events; second, financial records designed to show profit and loss  and external relationship of farmer;  third, system of cost accounts. The  old-time farmer kept these things in  his head.' Under modern conditions,  such practice is not suitable.  Dean Rutherford addressed the convention on the "mission of the college  graduate." He traced the hibtory of  agricultural education, and declared  that the methods of most progressive  farmers were really thr outcomo of experiments carried out at colleges.  Mr. Dunning developed the community idea in opening his pddress,  dwelling on the n-*-cesslty of instilling  into growing manhood the love of  farm and home. He enumeartc-d many  obstacles to successful co-operation  among' farmers,' showing plainly that  these obstacles are placed there by the  farmer to a great extent. The best  methods of overcoming these obstacles  were pointed out in th>* success of cooperative societies which have sprung  up in the province within the last five  years and with the resultant benefits  Tho best example of such success in  co-operaion is, to be found in Saskatchewan Co-oparative , Elevator Co.  of the water by similar "means, and as - recting $5,000 to ba paid the claimants.  air- resistance is��������� the only opposing  force, the speed attained might well  be terrific. \*  One of the most astonishing things  about. Mr. Bachelet's repulsion coils  is that a single one of .them, costing  about twenty-five cents, can - keep  something like 40 pounds of aluminium floating above it, entirely deprived of weight so,long as the current' continues. '  The coils resemble' cotton spools  some  three, inches  in  diameter  and  RESTRAINT  OF  INDIANS  Methodist . Conference   Would   Have  Stricter Supervision ot the  Red   Men  Indians in and out of jail occupied  a large part*of the attention of the  Methodist conference recently at? Calgary. When he is out it is the belief of the members of the conference  that his addiction to. the pernicious  drink and drug habits should be further curbed. It was also urged that  sun dances and such observances  should bo discountenanced to such a  degree that they would be discontinued altogether When the red-man is  in limbo, in the opinion of tho good  Methodists, he should be saved from  the possibilities of further contamination by segregating him from the  white prisoners, whose moral' standard is, in many cases, much lower. A  resolution was passed recommending  that the department of prisons separate Indians and white prisoners  while thoy are confined in the cells.  There was a further resolution with  regard to the drug and drink question  as follows; 'Ai,y person or police of-'  fleer' may arrest without a. warrant  any person or. Indian found gambling  or drunk, or with an intoxicant in his  possession or any part of a reserve;  or any Indian who ha3 imbibed any  intoxicating liquors; or by hypodermic or otherwise has taken any habit-  forming drug, as opium, cocaine, etc.,  either on or off a reserve, and may  detain him, etc., etc.  It was also .-esolvcd that the question of sun dances should be called  to the attention of the Indian department of the Dominion as some of the  Christianity-professing Indians had  complained that they were being annoyed by the others ot theii tribes  with practices of witchcraft, . sun  dancing and- like observances  OF  DEMANDED IN TAXES  r I  n  Penticton, is not Jnly one of the most {the same'in length, copper wire tak-  fertile districts in British Columbia, -ng the place of,the cotton, and the  "but also the centre for many large hole in the spool being filled with a  large irrigation*   projects both   under | bundle or "faggot" of iron, wire.  As  operation and   construction.     Unsurpassed  in grandeur-of scenery,  it is  ��������� also nossessed of a most delightful ell-  mate. Towering "snow-crowned   moun  tains,     rushing white-lipped '.streams  and  restful  verdant fields and  orchards mirror    themselves    in    crystal  lakes-   ������'  .Penticton, the convention    city, is  ' -situated in the heart of the district  that lias been aptly called the "California  of  Canadii."  Nestled  between  great mountains, it lies at the southern extremity of the Okanagan Lake  on a strip of flat land that separates  the Okanagan from Its smaller,    but  less beautiful sister, Lake Skaha.        I  When the Ketile Valley .Railway is  ' completed .through  the Hope    Mountains,     Penticton  will  be  only  nine  hours  from  Vancouver���������at tlie  present timo it is twdiit  nine. On account  of. its  straetgic location  with  a tve-  mendoiisly proihrtlve area, much of  It as yet undeveloped at its back, it is  destined to bo one of tho most lm-  ' porttint and largest1 distributing points  in the interior of British Columbia.  It is the proilucf. of this territory  which has carried off the premier honors at all the great horticultural shows  and exhibition for tho past dozen  years. Although this district has hud  to compete at these shows against d's-  . trlets that aro double and oven treble  Its age, lis produce has always mndo  more than a cndltablo showing, as  Uie prize- record books of these various shows will prove, Tnoro are, In  this wonderful valley, somo fiOO.OOO  acres of 1 nnd thn1, will produce bountifully of fruit and other crops with the  the spool stands on end it is from this  "faggoted iron core" that the stream  of energy  rushes upwards __against_  the downward pull of gravity.  The invention is said to bo.so, far  perfected that a mite of line, on which  cars are* capable"--'of carrying 100  pounds of mail matter might be run  at I-SOO miles an hour could be built  within three months. It would cost  less than $25,000 a mile, according to  the inventor, to supply such'a service.  Whether* a service ot heavy trams  for passengers or-goods would ever  be commercially feasible is another  question.  Efforts are f.lready being made to  securo the model railway for ono of  the summer exhibitions In London ai  a popular spectacle, but'Mr. Baclielet  is more keen on getting to commercial business.  He do.is not suggest that he has  as \yet mado a //flying carpet" which  will carry human brings round the  world at 500 miles nn hour. He fully  realizes that thero are various en-  rdtiporing difficulties to bo mot, but  ho believes that ho hns already demonstrated thn nrnotlcnbllity of a  mnll carrier that will go at least 300  mllos an hour.  In the meantime, however, Theron  Rudd, clerk, of the court, ha8 absconded .with all the court funds; this was  the first of a lengthy ser������es of near-  awards given, one being -a decree of  the* Court of .Claims in 1859,* which  held that the claimants We*ce entitled  to only $183.50, or their share of the  monies recovered by the United States  government from the defacing court  clerk.  Another of the family that valiantly "persevered" in- this singular case  was the father1'of A. D. Crooks mentioned���������the late Hon. Ad^^i Crooks,  who was Egerton Ryers^n's successor as minister of education for Ontario. There are many beirs besides  A. D. Crooks, for Mrs. Louisa.Burns,  .oLJCoronto-J���������Willoughby Crooks of-  Montreal; J. Crooks, of "Waterloo;  and Mrs. Granville CunniflSham, wife  of ,the former Toronto ,aSsistants city,  engineer, are also grandchildren' of  Hon- James Crooks. Pescentlants  of the one-time Bishop ot Toronto,  Aleaxnder Neil Bethuno, ate also interested in the award.  WIRELESS SCHEME DEVISED  Waiting For Suffrage  A clergyman who addresse da Montreal suffrage league not long ago  thought that a regrettable mistake of  some of the workers for suffrage was  overlooking ..other responsibilities in  the meantime. A great deal could be  done to better the conditions among  the poor, without the vote. The speaker urged the enlistment of those who  were idle in social work-  "Let women, go upon the platform  arid speak upon political questions,  saying no w*ord of suffrage," said a  speaker at the inaugural meeting of  the Political Equality League in Toronto. It would prove, he said, the  best suffrage argument * they couid  offer. Let them take hold of eve-ry  great public question, and, make it  a* servant of" suffrage, showing men  how to make politics clean. Another  speaker on that occasion "said of the  "new woman"'that she is merely the  newly-awakened woman. Contrary to  the usual contention of men, woman's  great fault has been silence. It was  always" admitted that she could talk,  but not that she could speak. Now  women speakers . appear ��������� who speak  with a feminine eloquence all their  own and a logic toe fine, to be called  masculine^     ���������~ * *  , '     ""  Miss Pethick, a suffrage visitor  from England, closely identified with  the-movement there, hoped, that Canadian w,pmen might get the vote, but  not too soon. "If you get it too soon  halC the women won't know its  worth, but if you have to struggle  for it, women will be better educated,  and ��������� will do more, with the ballot  when they get it."  A Remarkable Prophecy of Panama  A remarkable prophecy mado by  Goetho to his friend Eckorinann on  February 21, 1827, has just been ro-  cnlled with roferonoe to tho Panama  canal, now open to traffic  It Is Hoped That It Will Prevent Sea  Accidents,in Fc*9s  A wireless electric system for tho"  control of signals at sea, which, it is  hoped, will prevent accidents in fogs  such as the wreck of the Empress of  Ireland, was described In a communication receivt-d at the office of the  Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company  of America from the technical committee of the-Marconi Company in  England;, which'has just completed it?  experiments and obtained' patents Jr.  the Invention ���������-The device Mil contro.1  also safely .signals in m'nos or ra'l-  way trains, for blasting purposes,  ���������il'ii'in signals between ve^ois, and jail  signals for wireless telephones. ���������  . *  Sir William Oslor, Regit'!" Professor  of Medicine at Oxford University, has  boon elected foreign associate ot tho  Academy of Medlclno,  Gamblers  and   Farmers  People  cannot  build  fine- cities  in  Western   Canada,   stroll    along ., th3  streets, smoke expensive cigars, and  visit the show, while the-farm'-Ms allowed to run to c-eed.   This was the  purport of an address at North Battle-,  ford by Dr. J. G. Rutherford, superintendent of agriculture for ,the Canadian  Pacific .railway.    He  is  another  authority among many, both past and  ���������west, who are preaching the gospel of  mixed farming.   It cr.nnot be .ignored-  It is a matter of great importance to  the entire country.   Mr. F. M. Scland-  ers, of Saskatoon, the other day said  that the two most tragic aspects of  merely wheat growing are that at least  one-third of tho cultivated land in the  three prairie provinces is summer fallowed each year, ar-d that the wheat  growers themselves indulge in winter  fallow.   Professor E. W. Elliott, principal of the government -agricultural  school at Olds, Alberta, is impressing  upon his students the advantages of  having live  stock on  the  farm.  His  school, is discouraging the idea that  a farmer can grow wheat alone and  live.    Professor Elliott even ventured  to say that the wheat farms of the  west at  present  are  uot  paying  ex-  ���������penses:   The remedy fo* the illusion cited by  Dr. Rutherford at North Battleford  is' mixed farming on a sensible plan,  "We have gone into the extensive  occupation of land," he said, "and . ot  for the intensive farming of it." Western farmers are losi*i.-r *,-. .' .  money by selling their wheat and "exhausting the soil, instead of feeding  their grain *tj stock. ' The man who  tears up a few thousand acres with a  steam plow, feeds it, waits for results  and spends his winter in California.  Dr. Rutherford correctly desciibes as  a gambler and not a farmer.-���������Monetary Times.  AFRICA'S DIAMONDS  Drink and Athletics  When tho 'German team for the  Olympic games of 1916 is made up it  will be noticed* at once that there  will be a surprisingly small number  of varsity men among the members.  Most of.the athletes who will rep-  _.  resent Germany in the contests will   F,rst fatone Was Used as a Plaything  be farm.lads, factory workers, sold- by Boer Children  iers and sailors.,, The'reason for this     Tho first diamond    discovered    in  was made plain    by    Dr.  Alvin    C ' GHqualiind, , South Africa,   was found  Kraenzlein,  the  head  coach  of    the   German team,    after   his    first survey of his labors.    He said:  "College men a-*o too fond of beer  and restaurants to'give any time to  the work of training'as'atlilotTcs. Even  if tlioy should change their-habits, as  somo of thom have, promised to do,  wo cannot ex-pact such good material  In tho short time loft In which to get  them In condition for tho contests."  THE    RICH     MAN    IN     ENGLAND  MUST CONTRIBUTE HEAVILY  TO TREASURY  This Calculation  Has Been  Made by  Sir    William  Lever���������He  Likes, the  Idea, However, and Thinks That the  System of British Taxation is Ideal.  ' Under the new scheme of taxation  introduced  by    David    Lloyd-George,  ���������chancellor  of  the  exchequer,  in , his  budget for 1915-16, a >man having an  income from a capital of five mililon  dollars will have to.pay one-third of "  his income in taxes.  In the first place he has to pay 28  cents on'every five dollars in income  tex; then he has to pay a similar  amount in auper-tax, and when he  dies ouo dollar on every five of what  is left has to be paid for death and  estate duties. The total is figured at  just one-third of tho income.  This calculation has been made by   ,  Sir  William  Lover,  one  of  the  millionaires who will  have to pay,  but  who does not object.      .  -  "I like it." ho snid. "In my view  the ideal system of taxation, both  local and imperial Is through the income tax, the super-tax, death  duties, laud tax, Bite value tax, and  taxation upon luxuries, such as al- .  cohol, tobtcco, etc Everything eiso  free."  While Lloyd-George has followed  his predecessors in his system of  taxation, except that he -has increased the rate of income'and super-tax  and death'duties eo that the wealthy  have to pay tht lion's share, he has  gone to other countries for some of  his ideas. His taxation of site values  is based or the law now in "vogue in'  British Columbia, while he has, gono  to the American income tax law for  the idea of making money accruing  to British subjects from* investments  abroad pa> its sha:e of taxation.  In recent years British capitalists -  have made immense", investments in'  foreign'countrio.--. When the������income  from these investments were brought  home to be spent, the government  under the old law did not .touch it.  Now Lloyd George says all income  of British subjects resident in tho  "United Kingdom must contribute to  the imperial revenue. These foreign  investments are estimated at-over a  billion and a ha;f dollars, and from  this the chancellor hopes to-secure  $1,250,000 this year, and double that  amount next year. The revenue from  income tax and death duties this ye?/  will amount to something ike m-i.^o,. ���������"'  000.  In spite of these increases, Sir Geo.  Paish, editor of the Statist, says the  burden of taxation is much smaller  than it has been in modern histc-y.  In 1880, when the expenditure came  to $41,000,000, it was raised, out of a  national income of five billion dollars.  iS^v_the_nfvUcLnal_income_reacJies**_Le_  enormous total of $12,000,000,000 so  it can easily stand the increased expenditure. Sir George argues tint  "imrl-i'id can bear * still * greater increases in her budget.  "Thore are good grounds," he says,  "for believing that the income and  wealth of this1;,country will again  double in anoth'e--"thirty-years. When  il reaches twenty-five billion dollars  and 1 have no doubt that it> will  within a generation, a budget'of two  and a halt billion dollars will bo  borne more easily- than the burden of  a million dollars In 191-1," ���������  'So  much, howovor,    is    certain,"  aid of' irr'igtitl'oiu fho vnlioy Ih Japiiblo i said tho pool, "tliat if they succeed',  of supporting In comfort, nnd    ovon  In cutting such a canal thai, ships of  luxury, a qunrlPr o*' a million fatulllon,  ���������who would bc living In Ideal conditions uiulor a perfect climate, with  evory fncilily of Intercommunication  odueation niid social IntorcoiirRo���������all  the matiirlnl iidi'iintnges of tho cUy  added to tho IwiniPiiBiirnbly grontor iul-  vantages of count-'y lifo  But there Is one thing and one thing  only, thnt million tills dlntrict capable  of (.-rowing i.ll HiIh fruit, Hiipportlug  those fninllloB giving hundreds of puo.  pie a good llvlnKi nnd thnt thing is Irrigation thnt word which for ho long  lins mount ro much to ho many iioop'o  In nil finrtH of Hip provlnco,  MEMORIAL TO  CHAMPLAIN  First Sod Turiiod on 8lte Where He  Stood on Nepenn Point  On tlio vory iipot, as accurately ns  lilHtoiiuiiH can calculate, wlioro throo  hundred and on*.; years ago Btimi'ol  dc Cluuiipli'iii. tlio grout explorer, col-  onlzer nud Holdlcr, and the lirst Canadian, ������tuod when he turned his rug-  god faco Iowiii'iIh lho huh to rognln  the bnnrliiKH ho had lont on what Is  now known ns N.'ponn Point, tho first  sod c;������ the sili of which "hl;J alaliitc  ���������will Hland wan cut recently Mm,  Thomas Alumni, lirqsj-'i'iit of the Ottawa Womon'b lllhtbricnl club of Ottawa,     turned the   llrPt  spadeful  of  any bunion and Hizo can ho navigated through It from tho Mexican Gulf  to the Pacific Ocean, Innumoriihlo hen-  nllts would rosiilt to tho whole human  race, civilized nud uncivlll/.ml, lint I  should wonder If tlio Unitod States  woro to lot nr. opportunity escape of  getting Hiich work Into* their own  linndH. It mny ho foreseen that this  young stnto, wllh Uh decided predilection to the west, will In thirty or forty years have occupied anil peopled  the. largo tract of land beyond tlio  Rocky Moiintnlr.H, It may, furthermore, he foreman that nlong tho  wliolo i const of, tho Pnclllc Ocoan,  whero iml nro Iiiih nlreaily formed tlio  tnoHt cnpne.lr.UH and securo hnrborn,  Important commercial towns wlll  grndunlly nrlHo for the furtherance of  a great intercourse between China and  tlio lOimt Indies an'I tlio Unite*! StatoH,  * * ��������� T therefore repent that it,  Ih nliBolntoly indliippjn-mblo for thn  United StntOH to offoet n piiHHiigo from  tho Moxlonn Gulf to the Pacific  Ocoan; and I am certain that they  will do it."  Not Too Mnny Doctors  R'.isrl-i;-. dnrlrr:: n iul t;i\^ t\u\r tul-  IrngitoH In Kngland Win Inoronfiod in-  cotnoB brought thom by the InHiirnnco  act.- Dr. Halph Thompson flnyH thnt  "In Russlft nobody ever asks a physl-  earth In the pronenco of members nnd clan tho amount of his bill. It Is mil  dolegatoH to the convention of the On-1 versally  ndniltted   that n  gentlemen  THIS LIFEBOAT CAN  TALK BY WIRELESS  fnrln Hl^tnrlfiil Snnlnty Sho u-in n1*-  listed by Mr, Clarence- M. Warner,  Nnpanop, tho prrHid-nnt of tho Ontario  Society  Prunes In tlm Bnntn Clnra vnlley,  ���������which Is tho, liravleHt producing section of Cnllfornln, will run probably  not more than 2i"i per cent, of normal, or only about fio.000,000 pounds  thin year, the ntnto liortleulttiral com-; Ilunnla In the only European country  jnlssloner announces. Unfavorable of Importance where tlio -nodical pro-  ���������wcather hurt tho crop, fosslon is not overcrowded.  *ri!i>'"   Mn   rtnptnr   n   Mr   nntn,   nnr-b    4  mini aH he can afford lo pay within  the HtnltH nf IiIh income nnd his sense  of generosity. The HiiHHlnn mind enn-  not understand how a mnn ongng<.d  In the holy pursuit of saving lifo nnd  (illovlntlng HiifferlriR can put a prlco on  his nr-rvlcoi."  After  this  It  Is  not  surprising  to  learn from tho oamo authority   that  Who Is an American?  There hasn't beer a president since**'  Lincoln whose speeches on great public occasions can take rank with Mr.  Wilson's., That over the bodiet of the-  sailors killed at Vera Cruz wns u most-  striking utterance.  .,. .,,      ,, ,, .      _ -       "Notice that these men were of uir  wi.������ fnr n ,' r0"���������.������f, ��������������� D,,tcl> farmer, blood." ho said, "I mean of our Amor-  ?��������� 2' aLL ��������� ������ <l l .ns ft ",aytni������K lean blood. ���������whlch is not drawn from  i \%o Z JI*  nf, Capetown,  any other country, which is not drawn  w^e'e^ fl'������m  ftny othor  8tock'  whic"  is not  v rnrwnS;   ' ������   <   B"l>s"nuont. drawn from,' any one language in tho  who o it dwlH so !f fm.r,SolS���������npOB,Jpf!1' worldl ^ frG0 '"en overywhoro havo  TOhinhli   Innv���������   Jr?     W?'      T,-'-8   80,,t     ,h0ir  C0"ntry  ,n  O'lor  to  WlfllCO  o        ho ,i    n"��������� Pd t0 othor tl,!U sront compounded nation which  ic/Sl ���������l"d.   "Inmonila   were tin- coiiRlstH of all :ho sturdy elements and  h 1 Wes ' wrh"rhP,nrC���������0B8, nMGr,f,".ft- 0f aU tl10 h0Bt ������''^ontBof tho wholo  Octohor 27    V      to ������������nn '  th'il  . "   K,0be'    T   1,Rt0n0*1   aff,lln   t0   ,,,iH   '"*  Prinnni     ���������'  I,     ',      ������   C0Untr*y   ������f     tl)0    Willi   a   profound   IntorOBt   (it   tllO   tlllX-  Dlano^                                      Mri.n1"* Bt0CkB  frcm  wn,ch   tl,0H0  ������>���������  c,l"'������'  oTo ban?, If    ,��������� v " 'st,co,,n������0" Hut they are not irishmen or Clormans  n the vnr'of ,ho MrK1 r,Vor'   ",l or l*>������"������hmo'i or Hebrews any moro.  1   inn.  w���������������            ,Irtish occupation They were Americans, every ono of  1   n!in m OioTv I   '?    Ul01!Tftlity  ������'���������. ������������"��������� wt!��������� ������������ "Ifforont In thel  Iltoo* PonnivnV]? ,,,BK|"K|'. whleh Hn8  Americanism  Iiocm.po of    tlio    stock  !    /   t   ��������� n ������amo ������f Kimbi-rloy.  frn.n which they oa.i.f,".  Its -orv of tl i Cl'H ,"r ',rl by,,h? ! Th0 ,(,wl n"(HlH tc -,n omplinMKPiT for  -MM-mn^ of the   Stewart diamond of ('antidiiii)K i-iilto ns much uh for tholr  Mio dally output of lho| nelghhorH, for here thn Hfimo process  Mmborley  Ih'|H Rnlng on.���������Eilmortnn Capital.  2S:'% cnriilH.  consolidated mines nt  now valued at $1,100,000.  Reach  ."������ole  by Airship  The fnmoiiH explorer, Cnpinln linn  aid  AniiiiidKon, has  long been    con  Vegetarian   Dogs  Tlievi*  is n MrtiHscls   U'rrlor    who  Iovoh  nspiiriigiiH,  .dlfilllies    Htrnwher-  vlnced of llif.-pii.ctleablllty of ||��������� ,���������,,.,). j i'Ioh, and Ih always very angry If ho  piano expedition to thn Polo. Ho |>-|H <'0(>h no1 ,,;lV0 ,,,,i ,W(> Ur ������������������������������������"'���������'���������' ���������il"������ii*  Icnriipil how to liy In France, iind dur-1rulH "���������' ,1,,l('*( V()^w l,fl,'i' I'l'.mh. Ilo  Ing the noxi frw wci.-'-h ho. will ho!'������ ff)inl of endive, Krench bomm, ami  prnollHlng the art ill tin- JoIiiiiiiiIhIIiuI i '-nrrotH.  Aeroilome, 11 Ik ecmpiiiilon, Captain Another puppy Ih nxi-ppdliigly fend  JiicnliHim, Ih iiIko to tnko h-ason,- in ' ������>F ImiiiiiuiH, Iml the reconl-hri'iilier  iivlntlon, Tin, miiclilnerv (losilned. for1 ,H ,l hulldog whom- diet IiicIikIph np-  tho Polnr Journey Ih to' bo eonHtrunl-' I'1'*'*' nrnngoH, bnnnnas, grnprn' and  ed by (lormaii ongimorK after plaiiH ��������� t������"mto(H.  drawn by AinniidHon hlmMf. It will' "At" Mm Hlght of an orange being  he provided with floalH resting on run- i I������'���������<"slr������^l.���������, H.'.ys HiIk dog'n mlHtroim, "IiIh  non* curved In Hiiel, a way uh to al-i"10"1 waters to finch nn extent thnt  low nn iiHceni. from the ieo Itnolf, Ks-!"- Is almost pathetic (ImsldcH being  peclnl ������������������Uentloi, Ih being paid lo tho extremely bud for the ouiyoU) 1 Ifh  petrol roHorvoli'H, hIiipo lho spirit P������rtl-r-ulnr pnHiilniiH for Km pen, which  frop/ps nt n te|iiporn,tiiro of I20 dog. ���������nrn K'Vf'n  ,0 him dully hy a groon.  '^o������il|i*������rn'ln>    lifln"'    :'l<V0        T),       -,    ,-      ornrnr    \vhr\an  ,ilnrn  lin  ������������������������Mn!>-'  U-  ;i;,fy  vnli'H   will   he  Hiirroundpd   hy   'pipe's ' ,,nl" '"' ,ia," ,,*'on ln nn'* I"11' ,>,H *IB'  WIRfUESS ON LINER'S  LIFEBOAT.  Thla drawing Dhows onn ot tha new motor llfehnnts that hs.v������ b*nn butlt for  th<* n*������w liner, tho Adultnnla. Tho bont ti 10 toot lonir hy 0 f>������f t lnr*hi������o  in width ind Its prlffcry function wlll bo to tow th������ ordinary llfobuutii.  It In ftttnd with ivIrAK**!) tinpiirfttuH with (i rnngti ot 100 to ISO mllnii no ft-i  to k������������p In touch witp ������lMjn������r# In unci ot wnergency. It will ha aunrivil  w ns th* boat dtok.  through which tho nxliiiimt phpiipch  No (leelKloii Ihik uh yet bepn como lo  im to thi> typn of motor, and oxpiil-  mentH will he made at Hpltzhorgim he-  fore tlio oxplorcrH mnlio up their  mltiil<' wlipthfr II Him 11 In*. coi\U-ii i-y  wiilor or air.  Wirele������s for  DiRchnrfllno   Fog -Guna  The Marconi InteHt. Invention |H a  wirelfHH nppnrntiih for illrtchiirglng fug  giuiH at Hen nm) for vnrloiiH other pur-  poHOB. The tentH hnvo been In every  win* HiitlHfuetory.  WIreleHH rnntrol wiih Rerrmd by n iHoereVory.'lhTH ro'y;,i p'(u*r.*iy"i'in'H'"x-  ������������������witch operand li> an ofl'lvial in n , ttiliitcii vigor, now eontempliiiing iirm-  eoiiPl-guard Htntlon where the trims- ful pinim for promoting it������ avowod  mlttlng apparatus was uvt up. purpcoB.  ual Htipply,'  Royal Society of Canada  The lain Unite of Argyll uHlnbllHlird  fine permanency In (lamidn���������it "Uriyul  ,-���������nn,,.,' v> ii-iiM-. 'in lui" i .-.hip rtitiHiKiH  of men of literature, hi lunee, art, otc.  When he started MUh body, a litem-  tnur, who Iiiih hIikv lietonie VHC, remarked In print that "It will never do  anything for ll'erntiiie except furnish  HiitlriHtH with n Hiibject." The 'jiroph-  er-y wiih not reiill/Prt. Of lute, liir������r''ly  by tho able guidance, nf ihe notion-ry **T^S*^r\*l���������l*i.^to-^itiir&&**^*Mrli%!lii-*eMAl*4**J ������  rmt KBwt, cTOf������������fti'-iAMW;. British eoLmraE&r-  '*J^'**^**-t-J'-1 '"*M1 **"    ... ,r.i.-w, *i .���������in,rtwj,wptfi,������^*^lwi������<wmhjjm4 ^^^awii^tarmliT^���������nlMKH  I  Table Sets, 4. pieces ' -.. .��������� ... ,75c a set  ,  Tnblo Sets, 4 pieces.. $1.50 and. $3.00  Je'.ly Glasses v-itk Caps 50e a dozen  Glrss Tumblers ..-, 50c a dozen  CIisa Salt and  Pepper Shaken. Berry Sots   etc.   etc;  cF*    See our Stuck of  Furniture,   House Furnishings  Wall  Papers, Ranges,    etc. etc.. ���������"  fo  Mdmce oloek.  J^9 McKINNON     (-mnberlaiKl  Don't i'l'iy-v! 11".'   <i ,,"-''J '���������������������������    '''-*"  ji;,    .]I*\ii   i.li   Tiiiii-Lii-iv    evening.  ���������A",iMil iiiii*-i<; ii'.ni ������������������ni exee'dent !!<^������".  . ��������� ^5^   Uns-dai: iiio'.-ili'-'i'tHiii i- a :do\v  ���������jiroi'frs; luil'ilu-y w'M ;yt there  in*-! the fin e.  ������^,l IK, III m.n rnC'taH MKW������M������nM.,������..WM  TheMiliiaryParadeMarch  j^*******/*****^^ ���������^vm*****-**'*^^  MAROCCHI BROS   ,'y  GROCFRS   &.    BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Piisener lirewiug Company's BKKR  Wholesale Dealers in 'all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  '���������'s'--t*������M*,'-M^'^^  vi-u-g.wn^.w  The   Berlin     Yorwaerts    Com-1 pi-  ments on the Salvation Army  Congress in Loin]on  ��������� As the result of vote "aken at /'The world is still chock full  Union Hull on Wednesday night, of alwurdilies. each parliculai  hy the'strikmi*; coal miner?, the-brand of niooushiue .having its  oldke was declared off. A com' numerous followers.' And there  .mittee was appointed .to interview are some absurdities of such col-  ihe Colliery Company in regard to 0ssal magnitude that even the id  ihe men getting back their work.   ������>   Mii-s Kva Bii'.kif will le.-ive on  'Tliiu.-'dnv for Vii:K'OUve,i' In-altend  Nuriijiii sehuol. Wf. are. als-o in-  .{-.���������rtiii'd ihai- the Mitres II. \Vai"  .-on. li. Harrison, N, Ilohertfon.  A. [l-.-ese.-ind M.Oray, will leave  ������i.i Thursday for lho   ������������������������������������mo    pnr-  c    ' - '  jll-.-l!.  Dr. irwine. ol 11. M'. S. Shear-  ���������.wa'er. h :> left for thi- front.  ���������.������.-  I.ir'iienant Colonel   Currii) will  .run'minud ;���������. iiri'^ade iu    lUit   Can-  ���������idian ���������.���������.oiiliniiv.iit.  We would i'.ut lu* ' ifiirprised to  War that Cm pi:. Adull" Anderson,  ml' 1'iiioii liny, had been ordered  i������.i ihe fnuitoii '-the watir Wiiiron."  Tlie C'ljitaiii is not used to this  i.iud *d' conveyance, and would  i.as e lo hi: lied on. The Cnptniii  ���������will not he hcekiiiL*; deaih at the  loiiiilli u\ iho i-iii-iny'*-* I'annoii. hnl  ���������v, il; he, .'ei-kllio ivneu'ed vioor  ;,*::;i'l eoiinioc al llie mouth of a  iriem-ily lieer buttle.  '���������Tlii'ie'i- noiiiiiie- too u'ood   for  i\,f li-ii-li."   ������   .'la pun i*- all riohi.  For ,-iU'ii a dry sein-on, , we   are  wo: do-dully I'rei.* ol' hush   fires,  A dance will he held in    1 lo-llo  II.:'! on Thursday evei.iiio',  Mr. .McN:d!y, lii^ih ."clmol li'.icll-  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CON VYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  .!.4..t..!..r..*.^;���������t^.>r..!..;..:���������;.^.j<A^^^.!. ^.���������^-.^.���������^.���������^.^.^.^���������-^.^-:~^���������^.^���������^>^���������!������^>^-^-^'^  I  ?  ������*.  ���������a  DU.CED  iots ridicule tli'-em.  The .Salvation Army is at  presetK in session in London.  General'Booth, that cunning old  speculator on the ignorance of  mankind, is dead. It was thought  during hisa lifetime, that with  liis death, his work would likewise die. Hut no. The Booth  family has carried' it on with  growing success. It is bound to  be a success', for it has had the  approval and support of the. nil  ers of many countries.  It was for the Salvation Army  x*h"ieftaiTrer~firelTf6te7"To*~cail���������K  fourteen day world  congress   to  Loudon without fear of overstt-n  ,.:,.." -.I   ��������� '���������,    -o,.^,���������   t       -'     1*   Cumheilaud to Union Bav.,..' ioc. for two niiuiiUs  ping Mien mark.  Fioin ah nooks   >r  -j'.  .i.  i  "i  J.  -t  and crannies of the earth they  came--they whose numbers are  legion���������so that finally all the  races and nations wero represent  ed.  Albert Hall w,as tlie scene in  which the great benediction  sitiiif of the farce* comedy was  staged. .Sou Booth, of the firm  of Salvation Army & Co., sioorl  in pomp to welcome the delegates. And i.hc-y all came ! Chinamen, wiih lone* pigtails aud  cunning eyes; Koreans, who  threw Miemselvc!* in obeisance  before the son of the great Booth  their loieheads touching Ihe  floor: Zulus aud Patagonians;  negroes from I lie United Slate."-  Yankees in the Slavs and Stripe  'garments; Russians, Swiss, T\-j'  iole.se, with knickerbockers and���������,  white caps; Frenchmen, Finns,  in .short - "who counts tlie   naii-  a. Bottie of ^Usenetf  ---It Touches the Spot  Makes  Vou   Feel   Like   New  Order   a   Cose   Sent    Home.  PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD.  also distributers for U.1J.C and   Ncwlif'j Beers, Nanaimo  IfWHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllliaiililKIIIIIH  FOB, THESE HOT DAYS |  .     Children's lioinpers, Wash,, Bloin-'es '& Suits   ' g  Dresses   Cashmere, Coats,  ele,.               ���������' H  1                                                                                                                           *                              o i_r  Ladies' Waist!*,   jN'io-ht,  Gowns. ..Under-fkirt;-', |  Coinhinutions,     Corset     Covers,      Apron-?, 1  House Dresses,  etc.                            ��������� |  SIEN'S SILK SlintTS,   TIES,    FINK   PM DEinVKAIl..    J  THE "IDEAL" STORE    n^j ^ ^iWis' .* |  3  i  ���������iiianHiiiaiiiinni!iiiiiin:ni:iiixi:n!:innni iiimia ;iiiiiiiiiiiii;n:;:ii;:iiii*iiiii!iiniiiiiiiiiiiiii;in:iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iii:iiiiiiiira  ���������f    Cumberiand to I'auny Bay ,.. 20c. ior two minutes  ?    l'amiy Bay to Cuniberland aoc. for two minutes ������ j^niiHMiwiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiir.iiiiiiiiiiii !iiii!iii!ii!iiii!!i!'i!i!i!ii!iiiii[iiii!!i!iiiiiiiiii!!iiii!iiiiii!i!iiii[iiiiiiiiiii!in;imiiuiiitiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiuii^  %    Fanny liav to Taylors 15c. for two minutes. ������ j | Ca-oitn! Paid Up $11,560,000. *                 *            Rfla,,n,e $13 000.00������  I  ������    Fanny Bay to Union Bay Toe. for two in inn' es. ^|g ���������"Pi           -q             1     D         1           ������    /"*"              J              =  *   Union liav to Courteuav 20c for two minutes f|l .11)6    KOVQl    DcHIK    OT    UcHlclClcl.        I  t" . Union Bav io Cuinberlaiid ioc. lor two minutes ��������������� ! i  1*. ���������_   =  fnr  ���������f   Union Bay to Fauuv Bav 10c. lor two minutes  ������������������"> " '       '  *  ���������I-  i:  anros^sKiimKWJwiiKisKsi  Also   special   night   rates  "   Between 7 p. in. aud S a. in.  to all points iu British Columbia,  %  Three Times the Regular Day Period for Ihe Regular Day Rale.  ������ >'  t  ZT Make Appoinlmenls Any Time During ilie Day.  Jjl BBAH'S   ISSUED   IN   ANY    CUKKBNCV,   1'AYAIJI.K   ALL |  .ijl v 0VK11    THE    WOK J,I). j  t il SPECIAL ATTENTION paid loSAYINtiS ACCOUNTS & iMiero'i I  v y f  *C ! I nt hij-hept  Current Km:i-p nliowiil on lH-po������its of li'I and iipwnrilp. ������''  "    I CUMBERLAND, B. C , Quuieh, Open Daily      D. M. Moirioon, Mgr. |  I UNION "PAY, B.C. Bvnnch, Cpon Tnily.      F. P.ctworlh, Kp;r. |  I COURTENAY,   H, 0 , Branch,  Open Dnily U, H   Haidwiok,   Mgr h  ^/iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiii^  fKirm'MaitimaaBama  tVAV.VS-JJiVtXt  y  '1-  ���������i������  ���������!���������  ���������������������������  'J"  "I"  ���������:���������  t  ���������l"  ���������I-  ;: B.C. Telephone Co. Ltd, f  t  *     r|������������|4r^r2i^^rj4r|<4^������J������^|*������������^ ^J^r^^-^rJ^rJ'V^^rJ^rJ -rJ^^J^r J-v^'vrJ^r^rJ^rJ^r J^^J^^'^'-^'^^r^ -  aniiiJ'UT-MTttH  iiiiiininii���������iniiir*ii n-Miiwanii'iiniiim  1,  (������������������r  iii i'i-,  li 1    1  j ,i|' !,/���������! i'.e m-i *, in  Stc'i'tnicr Cowichan's  trip of  ,,     ,     ,. *.,,,.  i.,��������� 1 M,c.i        AiiC!ii:;i suh from Coinox and  ,!i.-.led ;i!  \ aiicollVe)'  ������" ;   '^'"'VS I he  liHUU's" fit those     y   \' *'  jj.i! - ��������� ��������� f 1 lo |he I5i-ltji.it-, , !  ��������� -������������������*��������� -  NOTICK  t, i.iiihei I'uid  oei'iiie     1,11'hl  i ������������������    ollue     liniiiS,    .ill1.' .    I -j| ll, (  closing down of maim factories,  ihe latest rumor is that one of  ihe lari'cst  wood -work ills'   cony  ������>������������.������������,-j������������������������l������>������n������uwrv������u-jl^������4.^-.iu.������-������JMi������*i������������-M������ff.:u j.������������K������w������rjj.j������jM1.������fjt>...iu.v<r.r.j..-jm������������r������������������������.  ��������� ���������\ >   i2nMnt)n  ���������nuuwRl;;MUC'i   \f ELJ V J   1 \l  \J  f**-f   ���������"fl ?y*!"'''J������",'.' **"Mt-������l������������������  Monufitoturer of MINERAL WATER  ���������atra^vrrM rm**vtiM3ir������?z mm  P. 0, BOX 403;  VIIONB 30,,.,  ���������^���������WIXtA.4^M*^.4Ilir.������l.*W������^l-^-,lt������)>|*������^^  t i t   ���������      i>      .     \; ,"u,,.  i ie   aii'esl   worn ���������wlukhil'   con";  wlio   deifvino*   -tuniditv    ������.,.,-.. biiu>n li.-iy to Vancouver  has ,- ,        ...   ,       ,       '  1      oi.ii\iuf,   ,,iu|iion_\ ,    wi-ie, j . cerns ill the eitv  will e1'is������ down  lleie    "allieied      Thev   ad    h-id i   "���������'''ll i''^'^- U:tOil     aCCiHIHt   Ol , .   '      . , ,     ,,  iitn.   ^.uiiLKii.    i ii<-\   .1,1   n.ui j |ionioi'row,   thus llivowin^ out of >  come and   presented, aside  from ; ch'-unn- UiIot,. jeiii|ik������vment   about Soo men   in  lheir   individually of purpose,  j, i  ���������  | t-niniooiiou with llie works.  trm;;i:e;,urm'l!v!;hJ::::^ ^ fiocm^ to ��������� ^-^������������������ ������< ^^ r  iiunii.iiiM 1,111,1,      "iiliiliiu,.. J l,r Mill,-, laitl nil* aiio iiu-.i oii.S.u. (>in-nwii!iilcii|i|i������rcom|iiiiy luis  CUMBERLAND  ������-i;-Sc-C������iWle Men Flocking to  mni Hi.-m.vs ���������i* ,,���������i,i,i,i,ii������������������ ,w..i    Vancouver in Crowds^.'.j.,".  ���������.'iniolis   delegation's  ol   the   iu .  lions were received      And even  mt nHHpntiwMia  ui-'hl,    besides  making a  closed i's sinellei'.' end die Moth  '���������   ui- I" Op.   ni . (d';o Tuesday,  the ('.eriiiaus eame ! Shoil,shut]), , ,,    ,  "��������� i i ' ��������� . ���������     'i/'i t ���������luins   'Mosir."    1'own  . i,,::.-ui\   aim  .-iitiitM.iv. ii'uii ,-jicouiiiianns    raiiK    thvou;.>li   the!      ,,       ,''     y,        "   -j,,,  |Meueral rediu'lion of U-ii pei eenliCM'   "'"'*���������'  llllUl-'s  lu'ii-'ior Miniu*' and  C.oi^liiift  The,-e  woiks  :.. '-.       I' a \    a 1 1    bill.-,   a I  .i!!;  ������������������,   i oi hit    1 levwen'   Avenue  ���������'li-.l     !���������> U  e il     |) e  . n,;   iiiM-diuii .'uiosvi'ii 11(m: j5th  .     1     .,!.>������������������   ll.l.l l,,-l > ���������-.  jMi-eli a* Nm r ���������,  1 m  ,-iaie  li:ill,,Si.'li!ielleien-teu^-teni4 lei);.*! 1  liuni-buin bum !   Taia-nira !   A !  1  stamping out as if a hundred I  street laborers weie 1 villain**!  liien Heavy i.'iuiiliers on tlie paw:  lllelll 111 iniison.      So   the   Her-,"  Thus Throwing Ilundi-ed.i  uf    Able-Hod ied    Men  Out of Work,  I ��������� fin,   1111 M*ihi>.I'   nf    i''l"    iiwo  ::!! '?.-��������� !:;:.���������������������������   :���������:*���������   Y.i:;n ::*. .*.  I.tuh  on all    einplovees   j-cllinj;   $2   :i |e:mp!(>\' 5<vu liu-li.     The   Phoenix  davorovev.    ll   is' alio   sinl-.-d '"ii"������-*������ finpl.ivin^  600 men.   and  1 hut next week a still <'U\iter h*  the   fir I'lr! l'ork-* sinelier-'.  eir  No doubt the heads nf the  uovennneiit will be much cou  lerned with ihe tilaiiie .-tnij-yle  in Iviirojm that, tln-y will be wu  able to look aficr thinys al  "home.''    Something should l-*o  d.ietion   will   be   made.      The' ",n '"������ *'n"  "ltM1'    ,,nvL'   "1,,swl j (,"������   ,0    ieli^    ^    llisl^  me.ubersofthc  cle.icnl slaffaie:clt)>vn i;illL'limU,1-V'      ilu' Colu'1 !whid' is ilI1"'i>'   ^   peoplt..-  the  hvaviesi  losers ihev   heina!e,,,lv ,n������������,n������ Ci,,."!,,l ,,u'   '"'^l "ritish Columbia   Kcduraiiouii.L  ,, ,         ,,������,,, (\,< ,,,,,. on Vaneouver 1-1,11,d, emp o\ in������.������- j Ammsi   1,1,  1 ���������-  ; . Weie [CMiUCCv] /.?, ccltt.s a   un)    .1,1  ir-iin   the  niteiioi'   .uid   miiuii^ I around.  ���������jni   men. has shut down n r   an  iiili finite period,    The  t'auadi  s  1  j  \-v\\ en  '���������'   ''"JAWS.   '!������>������������������ \fa{-<\<  itT/r ri ... ������������������  VV AiJit.:  iiiion,;, and   toihd  amiii|irmrv_   Th^ n���������. ������������������.,,,������������������,,._. ^ ^ av(t ^Xu^'t\^,! Thousands   of   men   ,���������e  Koi..Kj     The lowest or uHy   u,,d,,'   not.  ''���������'������������������:i"^''i-  '���������'������'��������������� --:!���������'���������  ;,. , .,���������.......,,  ,���������   .v ���������    .���������.     , , , .,���������.   ,, t. -u, be liuowu on an a'.u-a.U   ���������v: *W"' i������������ly iuxe|iU'd.  l!v   *llii    ���������:i*'  Mi 'l:llJ . t|...;.   .,. ,,. rnvi'  lo'i.tr.-'   ..,!:.- '   ....    . n     ! orslnokeel labor   nuirkef, tht- iey     l''or furthiT |iiinic.iiliir������ iipjily to  ol   Ihe .v'.il.i   ].-,hj.;,ji^   ,r   ",.,      '.,    (���������,i(l    (,   ,     .;"*,.       l������-i"> M^'VH   t;i,t' :.le -.nei   ,^](  of-uhid,   w;���������   ,���������,.,,���������     IJjnil,.K   I >.   IVk  I'd.  Secr.-iro y   of 'rl,,,  !.... t.r..,..,.,!..   ..!..������������������.. .;;..���������         " ' ���������������������������    ���������    ... 1 ;;,,.-;���������   ,t tbo���������'h.ii ..>*.��������� inula  .     ... ,      n- .- ',1.  ..... 1. :  .r  ..  -��������� miii'-'i  I  I 1   l; ll'''"' '  : 1:1 e 1 . 1 /;  : i'ii.ii.--  '������������������Yeovil 1 nt- cro.vii:tJ>i  ab-aijiii'v 1  oi til*.* e.nili,"- -'N. \. C.di)  ��������� .,.*.: -.'*, *������i ::ie al--   ���������-.*:. 1 1 *   1..  :���������;..:,   (J-i ''���������' *i i :J  ���������������������������;��������� ':������������������.:'.  !   ������ r.;u.-,'  ���������.! mo��������� 'il.il .-.-,e   plu'.u ,  , , ,        n.    .  ��������� -liaidshiii and >uflenu-.  1;u*4 '-i<r trab 11.- -���������.   war"    ,-:���������<!.  The j  "*��������� ;ihc iuiiibtr jiKiiiatiii-s  ' l!<hi 1 ni ol  l.hnei-iri,  (.   t'c [r.. Hob"  1 -���������it'll. ChimI-i-;'..ml   tl  , ,  i ���������

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