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 'I*  I,. ',  1?  ^y^/V ;.'*���������-x-".-^.*  / <*,-*a"..tf. ....-���������<��������� -'-  v".-.  y  (  .-*���������  NEWS.  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Twentieth Yeah  ^������������wmM������i t*4*^*:  CUMBERLAND, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUG 27,,  '913  Subscription Si.oo a Year  EXrENSION TO.  BE ABANDONED  Word From   Victoria States Ord  ors liavo Been Issued to Di-*  mantle Mine Workings  lit Extension,  i^������f%fe*f*v*������>J9*fi*A0*S^*j*  Regulars to be Stationed  . Nauaimo. Aug. 11.���������It; is  a'ated on good autority that Na-  nfiiino will now be a garrison  town, and arrangements will be  made by Ihe department of militia at Ottawa to have regulars  stationed here for a time at least,  Hon, J. J), H-'/,eij,jiiinislor of  marine, is expected hce tomorrow to look into the matter ou  beliall of the federal government,  und it is believed that he will  make preliminary aiTimgemcuts  for ihe ���������sending of regular troops  here from the East.  It is felt that a garrison, will  have 10 remain here for a year  till thu trouhle is entirely removed aud it would be too much to  ������.\p'ct volunteers to remain that  time, as some, of them arc already nailed back to -.vork and in  imperative cases have been al-  owed to go ou .leaves,  Mr. Victor Harrison, local  Imrristcr, who is retained as  counsel by Lu Ping Tien, Chinese consul at Ottawa, states  that tho Chinese will eluiui damages from the provincial government to the extent of ������10,000  for damages sulTered by their  people iu the riots.  The police are still  busy with  the roundup of riotcrA.    In thi  dir'rict, more men were  in jail today.  INCITEMENT TO VIOLENCE  The English Government now  owns ihe Orystnl Pahice and the  Crystal Tabice is ��������� largely mndo of  glass. A word to tho militant is  sufliciimt.-~.New York Sun,  AN EVIL SURvTvAL"  Tho Halifax geologists hnve uu  oartlii'd tiie,fact that  winced   in-  Extension mines nro lobe per  nianently abandoned.   The   news  coupled   with   the announcement  that tiie best part of No, 1 mine  is being flooded and as   a   result  will be closed  down  indefinitely  makes the   outlook ��������� for  thn loeal  coal     mining    indusiry     t-speei  ally gloomy,  The Herald learned "Friday  night that tho mines at Extension'  were to bo closed down. It  sought confirmation of the report  from all sources but was unable  to get lio authentic announcement  For this reason nothing was said  although there,was little reason to  doubt that the closing of the  mines had been decided upon  According to news received  from Victoria last night orders  have been issued, to take everything out of  the  tunnel   that   is  o  worth salving.    This step was,decided upon* as a result of a visit to  tlie mines at Extension'on Friday  by several of the higher officials of  the Canadian Collieries Co.,- and  the stripping of. the mine will begin immediately, . . *:  t / ������        The llt.-i-ald has not been ablo to  LJ>���������<.ge.t-an.y-anuoaucemeut���������from���������tl������e-  Compuny as to this, but tlio   news  js  accepted as authentic in Victo  I'ia.,-'                          ��������� ������_ '   ..  . The abandonment,of.the Kx-t-'*���������**"  sion mines will be a serious blow  to Lady-smith and   taken  in   conjunction with   tlio  partial closino-  down of No. 1 mine is tlio  worst  calamity that, has recurred in this  district for a number of years.���������  Herald.  J. H. Hawthoruthwaite, capitalist, biokef, socialist and ex  M. M, P. p; for Nanaimo, is the  man of the hour. He is the  man who seems to bo trusted by  the mine owners am! tho men.  He has secured the opening of  the Jingle Pot, and at the time  of writing is negotiating for a  general re opening of the Nanaimo and other initios. We all  owe a debt of gratitude to the  man wlio is a friend of the Premier and of the people. The So -  cialisl parly made a great mistake when it turned ��������� down its  most able exponent.  ���������>������������������������'  Two things are.interesting the  public this week, the situation  at Nanaimo, aud the dilemma in  regard to the Carnival deficit.  In regard to the latter the question is,,wlio.will foot the bill?���������  aud echo answers "bill?"���������The  News, .Victoria.'  'ioiNb ON SALE  WE ARE  PI  BROS.  M1UING  THIS WEEK  The Remainder-*- of, our Stock  ���������    ���������OF���������  liens' Silketfce Und'ePiaeaiv  in all the wanted shades.    ",  Regular   $1.50 NOW 95c.  Nanaimo, Aug. 24.���������An attempt is to bc made tomorrow to  start No 1 mine with non-union  men by the Western Fuel Company under Manager Stockett.  Union men have been ordered  out by.officials to picket duty at  the mine gates. Trouble is expected early   in   the   moniiuo.  ���������O  Nothing is known of the action  to be taken.by the miliu'a and  the special police, but they are  expected to be ou  hand   early.in  sects  age.  *"���������������������������*  ived in the ('.���������irlioiiil'eroii.-.  It is a great pity that tlie  Ontario mosquito (Daggerifern's  fui'io-Mis) did nut die in llmt 1100  and stay dead,���������.Catholic Register.   .*������ '  IIAP AT TORONTO,  Toronto iij in an uproar over  the hint that barbers have advanced tlu- pi'ico of a shave lo 13 cents  Isn't this like Toronto i--Winnipeg Tolegiani.  Lrtdieu- Miaaos' anA OhiJdron'a  ; Rou.iy-to-wimr Hiiib; MMIinery &  j Milllnory Acccnsorioa. tflrat Show  i iiifrnaxt woukof oxoUiaivo myitis  ��������� and nbapog-dt CAMPIIELLli  Harold Freeman left hist week  for Vancouver to attend Normal  school.  First-class    priming    of   all  kinds dono at The NEWS Office.  Diroct import of iho litest Now j  York nnd Paris ityios in Pattern '������������������  Hnt������ expnetod in two woekn' I  time-tit CAMPELLS.  Jack Johnson has icceived a  vuiy ciitliiihiastiu reception iu  I���������yi'doii. They must bc IiurJ up  for tujiie'Iiiuj* to cutlju.se. over,  over there-  Ottawa, Aug.���������I Ion 1 y Wag-  ner, who was eonviutcd of murder before Mr. Justice Morrison  at Nanaimo in May, will be  hanged there on Tlunsday, August 28, The death sentence  was confirmed hy acting administrator today,  0    I.,.,���������.  A well known lady ou Duns,  imiir Avenue, iiifuriiis us, that  sho had two ofters of marriage iu one   day.    She   turned  -u^kU .������,)u.',.\>,*,ii.     'nt:  nave uul  heard of any tragic Jesuits from  tlie refusals. Some men are  lucky.  The militiamen camped 011 the  old recreation grounds, are hold  ing concerts in the evenings,  which are much enjoyed by the  citizens who have visited there  in tho evenings. On Saturday  evening last, an excellent programme was rendered, consisting of songs, recitations, dancing  etc, We would suggest that the  citizens lender these very jolly  and gentlemanly fellows an entertainment in return. One  good turn deserves another.  Don't take all and give nothing.  Act, aud act now.  the day to prevent any'strife. A  notice is posted at tho headquarters of the U. M. W. of A. tonight which reads: An attempt  'is being made by the Western  Fuel Company to operate No. 1  mine'by scabs. Unless martial  la>v is proclaimed . the right of  picketing "is ours, All union  men are ordered for picketing  duty. Remember those in jail.  , The above was taken from the  Vancouver Sun of ihe 25th iust,  and the Nanaimo Herald of the  24th has the following:  '"The big.steam pumps at No.  r shaft were started up, Friday  aud water from the bin- is beiuo-  pumped into the mine, with the  obj tt of Hooding (he south side  of lho workings, Ihe step was  decided upon ou Friday night at  a meeting of some of the man  agement as the result of au examination carried out on Thurs  day afternoon aud Friday tuoin-  Negligee Shirts val.  to, 1.50 ;io,w Toe  and Hoys Bathing Suits going'at- cost,''  Felt Hats vals.' .2.75,.. now $1.25  ������8HT sthrw hats  CLEARING AT A Git EAT  REDUCTION   '  Sole, Agents for the "K- Boots  THE CORNER STORE  Owing to strike  Dr. Kerr, dentist, arrived in  town oil Tuesday evening, and  is at the Cunibeihiud Hold.  Mrs. I). Anthony and Miss  Anthony, will leave this week  for 'heir home in Vancouver.  ���������lit  The   grading   of    Dunsniuir  Avenue is going ahead line.  Harry Warner, the  condemn  Mr. Harry Williams.' who has  been ill for several months, U, we  are pleased to say, improving in  health and ex poet h to resume his  duties in the Oovt'iiiUicnt Mt*  graph olliee in about 11 couple of  weeks.  - i'-iii,-' must have hud n win--  d,V time in removing that pnp������r  from the schoolhousc floors. If  he used cu^s words over the job,  you cm hardly blame him,  Mrs. V.cvi Su phuts-.-.n and lit-  . , ,      , .'.i.l.   (,vH   ,Jll IHIUh'lil    .1  '������nnui������le,cr,    m,d   .0   J.-������m,,,i.jlled      |llcrlcftbl.   Wt,lllcM,!lv  5U.u.le :.������ uu-   N;.m.u,.o jan la,,   ,������������������,���������,,, twat(,n'oH|e   |f|   ^  wt-c-k by dashing his head against   flltj(.  the wall of hi-- cell, !  The  campers    are giadually  wending their way back to town.  conditions ut  Cumberland tho Attorney-Gen-  oial and Acting Premier has appointed James Maitlaud-Dougall,  of Duncan, to be police magis  trate, in place of'Magistrate Ah-  rams. ,Mi-, Abrams, orsjtidm-"  Abrams, as he is usually called,  di'aHield-tiu)���������-pomion ol'"police  magistrate" at Cumberland for  many years. He has dispensed  justice in th c northern mining  city with an oven hand., so that  very seldom' is olio ol ' his decisions appealed^ I.lo is absolutely  fearless, yet sympathetic.. Ap  parently ho is too good a man for  the job to suit, Mr. Uowser. We  know nothing of Mr. James  Maitlaud-Dougall; but we know  "tho ������������������'Judge," and all we know of  him is favorable., Ilo would give  the men all they deserve. Apparently this is uot suflicient just  now  ��������� ��������� ���������  The. members of tho militia who  have gone to hidp koop tho peace  ut the mines are ongajred in dis-  agreeable work, but it is work  that must be done by someone,  When the government failed to  take action and allowed condiiious  to become- accentuated, so that  it was impossible to settle the  inn*tor by negotiation, the militia  had to step in .uud patch up the  neglected .work Tho lirst step is  keeping order, and that, must In-  secured tit any price. Order and  rpiiet aud Mil'ety from ac-siiilt. <-i-  ine.ult is the first, nocessiiv. Fob  lowing that, will come th" ijucs.  tion of adjustment. Most of the  members of the militiii havo conducted tliem-udvch with a proper  I't'giii'd for tho I'ospoiisibilititij   oi  theirofllee. They are, "a fine lot  of men, and deserve the thank's ou,  tho community for nndertakino-  such disagreeablo work. Tho  News, Victoria. ��������� :  -<t������-  Principal-  McAr'thur,  oub.lic school,   and    Mrs.  of   onr  ���������McAr-  Th 111'Tarrivod i 11 10w 1 i , oiT'Thui-s.���������  day evening     We extend   a   cordial welcome to ill's.   McArtlmr,  as she is a new comer.  Miss C. Lena Il-ims, of tho-  Victoria public scho d ,-teiic'iiiur  staff, hue*beon spending part of-  lier vacation at ������������������Wainbrough,,>  the homo of Mr. nml Mrs. A. T.  Wain. She returned homo on  Saturday Jast, to talco up he*1  school duties on August 25th.  Mrs. J. W. Little and littlo  daughter, o\' Victoria, arrived in  town on Thursday ovuniiij-/, iyj>s<  Litile is a daughter of Mr. and  Mrs, James Abrams.  That auto truck docs certainly  handle some gravel in thu mu of  a day.  Miss   Wood. ��������� of   J lost on, und  Miss    Hay,   0r   MeAdum, Now  Brunswick, woro guests   ut Mi,  Joseph Mo.I'Iip-.-'s this week,  The Knights of Pythias held  another organization meeting on  Tuesday evening, when otiicers  wore nuiniiiati'd. Upwards of ill',  ty have signed their intention of  becoming members,  Mr. Harvey has arrived from  Victoria to build lho new bridge  iii'i'osi the Courtenay river on  Mill slnvt. Tlm road to Cowie's  si'tlt* laiii* is now being cut  through, Mr. Adey is in ohargu  of it, and it is i-siiimiti'd thut it  will co...t about S'JUOO.���������Tin. I{���������.  view.  1913  FALL COATS  We are showing this housoii an   ascorhnrMit   Him-*-rior  to any t-eason previous for   quality   and   slvl������������.     Our   ������     1   ���������   ftock  enftipvi-a-  all tl1.'' 'ivevailii*.;:      tvb**-  y-y J'al]  ji.J  Straight tlnd Cllt   Winter   in    liro\vn������.   Tans,   Pdiien,   (Jivys and  Black.  A.Way Styles*       These   eoal*- aro mad" 111 a large variety of Clolh   in  ll 'tlfO'l'll-l  t  It'll jJ't lis  o(  I No two libki11 i-olid     and   1wo  tone  pfffi'tf'    two  to'i.t  WoillQU's^ MlGSes'  ('ll,tlip.   Zibdine,   Tweed and iiiixtim-*? in  aiid    Children's  ������-* '^* ~}<* Ul,(* ,r,~ i,K'l|l,s    * *>    straioht    and   cii:--it\vuy  CLOTH COATS ���������")���������'������-     ��������� .  Prices ranging from 8.50 to $25  Just to hand a complete shipment of the Newest styles in Latlicj' Swalcr Coats, ai! shades  Dansmuin   Rvenue  Cumborland  Dunamuip Ave.  CutDberland  CAMPBELLS  i TTTE TSTEWS. rTTMWTCKY^im H. C.  f  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punshon  Wai-*J, Lock & Co^ Limrt������a  ,.  London, Melbourno 4 Toronto- n  ^=^==        x=s  (Continued)  Just pearls ot a black "color, "ho answered. Lady Martin's necklace of  i hem is unique, I should, and must bo  worth a loi ot money. I heard once  It was Insured against loss or theft  for $:'5,QO0, and that will not bo Its  lull  \alue.        , ' ,  Against loss or theft,''repealed Joan'  falnily, ami a chill conviction struck  Io her heart that somehow her father's  anxiety, for, their nttendanc-a at this  hall was connected with "the black  pearl necklace. ' Sin remembered  l'rellgarili and what had followed  thoir visit thero. Her face was very  pule as she- remarked: But Lady War-  tin is not wc.irlns It to-night, Is she?  Xo, answered Thorold, I heard t-he  clasp broke as she was putting it on,  ."loan drew a brcatn-of deep'relief.  This fortunate .accident would make  tlie black pearls safe and defeat any  .* plan hor father might have had. And  In a day or two she would complete  their preparations and Ihey would flee  away and never more bc concerned in  any such doubtful and dangerous en-  lerpriscs���������one bold flight and they  would free themselves for ever from  the clinging doubts and fears that now  f.urroundcd them. Joan's face was  perceptibly brighter and her manner  altogether changed as sho began to  talk to Thorold about Austialia and  South America and his other wanderings.  .Joan was by "no means a brilliant  conversationalist, but she had ' the  rare sifts of sympathy and tact, and  Thorold found himself talking to her  in-a way that astonished himself, tolas a rule lie knew.he was a grave and  b-ilent man. For tho first time since  the catastrophe that had overwhelmed his brother, life and honor together, he thrnw off the gloom and distress of mind which had "'oppressed  lilm ever.since his realization of the  truth. It astonished him to find  how quick Joan was to understand,  how perfectly she seemed to -sym-  jathize with all his feelings.' I-Ie had  never talked so freely to any one in  his"life, and at times he asked himself  with astonishment how it was his  tongue had become so ready, lie began to suspect himself of hitherto un-  covered���������social���������taloaiis-  I should love lo see them, said Joan  softly as lie finished telling her of the  ���������vast Australian plains in which, tending sheep,' lie had ridden day by day,  knowing no boundary save tho distant  horizc n, but in a way. they must be  terrifying. What do you think of all  the time?  Well, he said, I don't suppose one  thinks exactly, one just���������  You just Watch, 1 suppose, she mused. wait and watch,  Yes, that is it exactly, he agreed,  one watches���������I suppose one watches  because one, does not know what such  an imnifiisily of space may not hide.  But how did you know?   ,  It would seem necessary, I am sure,  ttie answered; in such a great open  4-puco there would bo nothing elso to  do. And the silence, the silence  must bc wonderful. Arc you never  tempted to iihout out loud just to  break' that silence?  Oh, no, he answered shocked, thar.  would he a crime, one could not tell  what might r.ol happen. Of course,  he continued, when, ono gets near  one'*; hut one mlglit sing a little, softly, but never In the solitudes,  Joan smiled to herself. She under-'  ptood hiu fpcllng. Sho realised how  Uiat vast Hlleneo would make any  found seem impious, and she thought  It very nice to find this Btrcng and  passionate man so eensltlvu to inich  Ideas, ���������  You must have found Jt very  Ftrango when you returned to England  hlie remarked.  WINNIPEG EXHIBITION, JULY 8 TO 16,1913  When at tha Exhibition, be euro to call at our!Office. We want to  show you the wonderful development which Is taking place In our City,  which wo feci confident 'will havo a. population of-1,000,P00 People with-  In tho next iiuar'ter of a Century, and immense fortunes *wHl be made  by present day Investors. We want you you to inspect Klnloch Placo  Lota, close to Main Street, $200.   $10 cash and $10 por month.  C.P.R. Transcona where the greatest development ever la taking  place. -Lots $175 up; easy terms. LlBt your Farms -with us, for Sale  or Exchange.  Agents wanted at all Points.  SCOTT,   HILL   &   CO.,  .22 Canada Life  Building, Winnipeg,  Manitoba.-  Tho thing that struck mo most, ho  answered laughing, was tho shining  boot toe* of the harbour-master or  whoever ho waB who brought our ship  Into dock. Whon 1 eaw tho eun  shining ou that brilliantly blacked  boot too of hie, I knew Uiat I was  back In civilization again.  Joan laughed and then suggested lt  was time lliey returned to her mother.  Thorold agreed, and began to tell her  of some other experience of his, and  Joan growing Interested, he -was still  talking when there entered 6ome  young man to claim her for tho.next  dahco for which sho'-was ongaged to  him. ' Joan, no*w looking her very  best, for her faco had lost its air of  sadness anil grown bright and animal;  od, greeted him with n smile that was  in fact, though this Thorold did not  know, a tribute to tho way In which  he himself hnd roused and interested  her.  He" watched her rather gloomily as  sho went away, and ho' felt himself  sinking back into tho sombre melancholy from which ho had roused himself to talk to her. He was still  standing there when into the room  strolled an imobtruslvo looking person  in whom however Thorold at once recognized that Inspector Lock with  whom he .had once come In contact in  no friendly manner. The recognition  was 'evidently mutual,"and Thorold,  anxious to know if any suspicion attached to himself on account of the'  burning of the house upon tlio downs,  nodded and said good evening.  Lock returned the salute, and* they  exchanged a few words. But evidently Lock's, caution was habitual  with hi ni for ho was markedly careful  lu what he suiid. ��������� At tho same time  it seemed he had no special suspicion  against Thorold, and,though Thorold  purposely gave him one or two openings, he said nothing aboiit the fire.  The only, reference, ho made to the  occasiou ot their first meeting was  a rather sour expression of regret that  they had never captured the escaped  convict; Green.  Thorold hinted some    surprise   at  Lock's presence there, and    the   ln-  ���������sjp^cToTTeTi! i c\l~rJra'r"hrer w as-o n-g u a rd-  j against any possible attempt to steal  Lady Martin's jewels.  We liavo heard certain rumors, he  explained, One of them oddly  enough la connection with this very  man, Green, wo, were speaking of.  You don't say so, observed Thorold  carelessly as they strolled towards the  ball room, (ind just as .ihey approached it, though no soiftid was heard,  though no whisper was audible, yet  .every ono became awaro that something, had happened.  The music stopped abruptly, and ln  the middle of the dance each revolving couple came to a siuhkn standstill.  All looked at" their neighbors and wondered, and Lock ran from Thorold's  sido and darted at the top of his,speed  to tho front door, where putting a  whistle to his mouth he blew on .it  shrilly.  WliatJs It? Thorold asked aloud,  his keen ryes on tho nlert for any  sign of Arc, the thought of which had  sprung nt onco to his mind.  Tho blade pearls, a voice answered  him. Lndy Martin's black pearls  havo been stolon,  Somo Irapiilso mado Thorold move  and look and ro Koarching (ill at last  ho found whero Joan Durand crouched  down by the side of her mother, and  ab ho Blond and watched thorn from  JUllBtancp, ho saw stamped plainly upon iho fare of each woman a pallid  ami dreadful fear, an immense despair.  But she could not etlr him, 6he could  not move him ln tho least, for ho was  far too strong for her, and his whole  faco blazed a triumph at her.  Leave mo alone, sho -said in despair  and jterror. Leave hold of my hand-  how dure you?  I dare,.ho answered.  ���������"  Ah, she cried wildly; do you not hoar  thom -saying that the black pearls have  been stolen?  He thought ln her excitement 6he  hardly know what she was saying.  This idea brought back to him tho necessity of controlling himself.  Yes, yes, I know, he said soothingly, hut tliafa'-'all right.  Joan at last managed to froo her  hand which Thorold had held so tightly. She turned to her mother with  the unconsciously guiding and protecting air she generally assumed towards  'her.  Mother, she said. Do you'hear?  We must go at once.  Mrs. Durand looked pale and ill and  had ono hand pressed hard against  her side. . But she stood up obediently at Joan's summons aiul seemed  willing to hurry away as quickly as  her daughter required. All the,other  guests were clustered together near  the door, eagerly discussing this sensational Ihc-ft of their hostess's pearls  and watching a big policeman��������� slaml2  ing stolidly in the hall, as though they  thought him a conjuror who might be  expected at any moment to produce  from ono pocket the missing pearls  and from another the thief avIio had  stolen them. Among these people',  Wilton Wayne and Dora were standing  together,, The attention of all being centred here, no one heeded the  little group, whero Thorold stood with  Joan and her mother.  Mr.- Thorold, Jo'an said, speaking to  him very softly and pleadingly, will,  you not go please?  But yon let me���������what, can I do for'  you? he protested, '   Shall    I   order  your  carriage?      Are you  sure  you  feel strong enough to go?  (To be Continued)  Dirt Eatera  The practice of eating earth'is not  ���������confined to any raco, or region of the  world, In America, -several tribes of  Indians W -do northern' as well as  of the southern continent, are given  to using earth as food. ' Different  varieties of clay seem to be preferred.  The Pawnee Indians used a yelloAV-  Ish clay, which they shaped info little  balls that were allowed to dry in the  air and wero then slowly roasted at  the open fire. When the clay attained a red color tho balls were removed, moistened with water and eaten.  Theso clay balls' were especially liked  when served' in connection with fish,  and seem to have promoted digestion.  Tho ��������� Timmoh Indians, of the Mackenzie river used to resort to earth as  food ln times of famiue. They dug  out tho clay found in hollows along  tho banks of the river. In prosperous years they chewed tho clay as a  delicacy. Tho Apaches mixed powdered clay in tlieir meal before making  this into their rude loaves of bread.  The Indians ln tho uplands of Bolivia ate a light clay that is nearly  white ln color; this tlioy used,either  raw oi* in tho form of cakes, of various 6hapes, which were sold in the  ���������market places. They also prepared  a eauce with tho clay; this they ato  with boiled potatoes.  Among the negroes of tho Guinea  coast, as woll as among those in West  Africa, tho eating of dirt is very common. The natives of the Soudan dig  their favprito clay from between layers of sandstone in the banks of tho  rivers. The natives of Java prepare  their cakes o������ clay containing ochre.1  These are sold in the public markets.  &������rt&uhtjfy ~*Lo 'yruubs AH\^r-& t<nrH&  II  A Beautiful Place  , Fair, fat, spectacled, and blg-mous-  tached, it needed not his guttural'tones  and Teuton accent to acquaint the hotel manager that the new arrival owed  allegiance- to Europe's inexhaustible  surprise-packet, the Kaiser.  Vrom Potsdammerburg I v"s conic  sir, announced the new-comer, pleasantly.  A very fine place, sir. returned the  manager, politely.  Der vas a petler''  Yes?     Berlin?  Ncln.   . Ohm.  Ohm? In ��������� cr���������Gormi!*.y, of  course?  Donner nnd blilxen, ncln! ln England���������in dis gountry.  Ohm? said the manager, thoughtfully.  - Ya, growled the German. I vas  como from Potsdammerburg to see  Ohm. Der vas ,no blace. llko Ohm.  I vos at der goncert in Berlin, and I  hear der great Engleesh sopiano sing  dot der vas no place like Ohm, and  vas i*.o blace .like Ohm, and all der  Engleesh beoblqs in der goncert gry  like der leedle babies. Dot mus: bo  der vonde-rful blace, Ohm, to mako  der Engleesh beobles, gry, a nil I dell  mineself dot I -/111 go/und see dis Ohm  vor der vos no blace' like.:,. Now,, sir,  vich is der vay to Ohm?  126  Pat Meant Well  An Irishman mado his way lo a  county-jail and asked to be allowed to  see tho governor. On being ushered  .into that functionary's presence ho  begged for the favor of an interview  with a prisoner who was to suffer iho  extreme penalty'of the law, in tho  courso of the morning.  ', No, .my man, said Ihe governor, on  being appealed to, you cannot Jee tho  prisoner. He Is to be execused ���������in  half an hour's time, and lt'is not allowed for visiloro to see a prisoner  on tho day of execution. But what  might be your business with him?  Sliure, sorr, answered Pat, It's his  birthday, and 1 was nfthe.r wishii g  hi ui many happy returns av the day.  TARTS  MADE WITH  UPTON'S  Pimples on Legs and Arms. Scratched  and Mado Soros, Kept from Sleeping, First Application of Cuticura  Soap and Ointment Gavo Great  Helief.  Cured in a Few Weeks.  7 '.-  \  J.,',rhli)n ),������(')(,*���������, Qiitbcc. -"I hail Itrbtnit  coimiiciii'liik' v.Uh my h'V,������ nnd Jncreiiiliuf  fmln-illy mil 11 ll rr.'irhcd Ml purli* of my  ,<"':^ "body. Tli<.i'<i wero urn-ill  jilrni'lt'Rrm my h'KS iitidiiriiin  Mid tt'Of-UIii Wiiflivil Mid inflamed nil ovi'jf tlio body i.nd  Jt'-Jie-d nud burned fn biully  A    "> )    '*'���������"*- " "-'''rI'tt'1'l'<' ''''*-t mado  ] -> _.>(     icrcH.     Jt  CuUL>-d  uio  ti)  ,A     |    /\  mili'll Jlhlll (Ilftt it, Itrjif. mo  ']    X'M'i'   I 'r,J''" tHi'i'iu* I'uriurf i-iiiiru  \     ;'   '     '"���������'-"      J ������������������'���������-<'���������'  .'.V'd v.tlh  JI L n.boiil iv ?;.-������������������.'������������������������.  "Aficr Iim-Iuk Inert rcvcml rciwdlf-a  vlthu')t Hicii'Mi I KH-d CiiUi'uru. (-;ow;i unit  Olndrcrt uni from tlm llrni niiiillcntlnii I  fill iu-i-i-Uii !I<T.  1 coiiihiui'il thotnatmi-sil)  til I. I'll!   i'.Mril  IMlli-l -Ml'..* "I-...  , -.'.., ,'���������   ������i'   '...'���������-  "killed l.y i'*'** finiillcatlon of rut'eur?, 0!;*t-  nici.t, Mni ul iho I'lut of" ft fovf trfcLi iM  tid'il.lu hii'l dl*-;i|*',)t.wii CfiiViiiloU'!)- Hnd 1  v,rx cured.'! (i-lj-iitd) "N". C. IJouJct, May  Si. 101 a.  '���������'ur ud, riitiiih, ������:lif.p|i'-rt tr.d blcrriliuc  J .'md", 1,'rlilii". I'lirnlriit luilm*. sliajieli *%  Miil.1 Mid p.'ihiful tlur.i r-i-udi, u <.������Jt-i)l������U  Ciitlrura tiraiiiii ut wtjrV.H wmuWrn. fitvulc  l.iiiiiKon ri'llrinu. In lint, wtilcr tui'l t '.utU ui,.  Foup, .I)ry.niniiiit������ltliC'iitlci!i;iUlatiiu-n������,  -fti'i' meriM, |������n*n iiIumi ilmlni; tin* nlid t.  I'ml'-iira J'imii imrt t'liiicuru Olntnint l ro  fiild tlirittittliinit th*' vmrl't. Ill' rat rani-.���������).)  ff ������aWi ir.-illt'd fru*-. wlUi 'J-'-'*. .uil������ llmt\u  AiMr-mi |H������������t <-'*rtl  I'liinf litu* A. Ci-'ici.  CHAPTT3JI XIV   ,  Wo Declaration  In tlie horror of grout darlmo-ss Hint  Rcomoil in Joan to envelop hor and  her iiKilliur for over, alio wiib not con-  i-clmis Hint nnyono w*ih waifJilng her;  nor dhl hIiu dream how Thorold's nii'/.u  was upon her with a deop pity that,  stirred nil tho depths of lils nature.  For lio Ixiri liwiHliH'd her a cruel, re-  loiitlosB iiilvoiitiirops, ho had thought  her forml'lubli*-, ho )iad suppotmd that  Bho wuh bold ami desperate, ho had  taken It for p-anled that lior norvi*  waa n������ iilniily ub the bruin iiim-l hnvo  been ijiiniiliiK ami tho hand cool und  Btoiuly tlmt had destroyed lilu brother,  Ii'k joiiiik liroiliiT I'Yinil-.  Hut now it. stirred him HtriniRoly to  nee how Hhe Hhranlc and tiemhlcd  thero, nml yet mill in llie extremity  of her U'mii* krpi ono arm rained he-  torn her mother an It' to ju-nlrrt hor.  He nuivcil an-oHH to them rapidly anil  beiiilini; our tlie.u he liiikl in hi;* Hottest lom;,*  I)j not be afraid- thoro In notlilns  to bo nf nt Id of.  TIimiiirIi lu-r torrorn Joan hrnrd that  mild |iroti*ctli)K voice.     It tomforto:!  ;.w ..;n,., . :,... ."-���������".   rr  ?   f"io.id  found, Iml fIh' did nnt nt tlrst ri-coR-  nlp^ ll, for nlio hnd no UU tt tuai inor-  old'H linrhli and r-t-iol'ito (unci could  tvir "uu ������o ir-s.A' r. V,'l:,*n tlio under-  htooil i-liu wa-i ������s|ii:iif;hed, Sho look-  oil tip nl Mm and put out her hand  ,,','��������� ���������., .'* ' '���������?     '���������'������������������'0,1'.n<">     ��������� iu)  Rriil'tuilc, tt'"l w'" <} h*.* look It he bom  ������j nil 'nm hi*-.-'til  n .  Oil, Mic linuur'.r-.-'.l faintly. Oh,  what iii-p you iloltiK?  IIih litiirt was bf-atliiK wildly anl  the lilmr.l was thruiiiiiiinx In lila (hih.  )!i������ If kiifw what lio had dom* and  ; hi> illil ii^i <aii*, and htoopiiiK 'Tain  ������������������in"' nior.' hf put Iii** )I|>H to her  i',',;ii|i| im.l lor ii i r>liniii; l-Im; iu llm  V.orlil lit cared nollitiiK at all,  A !-'���������*��������� b-n-'i' frqij hi-r, a dry fib  1,1'ii't i nl tn. ti in.-, * sli/1 MJttJil not  Their Bad End .  Young man, do you know what becomes of toys ^who use-b'aTniaiTfuag'e'  while playing marbles'.'  Yes, sir; they grow up and learn t*-  play golf.  The lone-somest- woman In the  world Is she who hasn't any old memories to brood over,  Tbe lato John II. Twachtman, the  well-known landscape painter, wns essentially an 'r.rtlsts' artist, in tliat his  stylo appoale-d moro to his collengues  of tho art world than to tl.o lay public. Anyono familiar with tho man*  and his work would eay that the following incident which Is related of  him might easily bo true, A man  who had bought ono of the artist's  paintings wished his op'uka on the  hanging of the plcuiro and invited  him to dine. Mr. Twachtman expressed his approval of the background, of tlie height at which the  canvas was hung, pronounced the  light favoiv.blo���������Indeed, ho said, thero  wii3 only oii3 particular In which ho  would suggest any change.  And what is that? Inquired the host  solicitously,  ���������   Why, said the arllsf, I should hang  It the other bldo up,   I always have.  A wealthy landowner ln England,  affected with tlio craze- for .lapaiioso  gardening, invited tho Japanese iim-  biiBsmlur to luncheon, nnd nt'iorwnrot  (.howed htm round the -j-nrdonn and  groeiihouBOB, kecpliiK tlio Jiipmieso  (���������anion till tlio latt uu a, delightful aur-  prise.  When, after admiring tho beauty of  nil tlio other gardens, the tinibiiHsiiu'r  was at hist taki-u to the Imitation of  Iho gardens of his own flowery land,  hu held up his hands lu uulhui'labtlc  delight,, Ah, ho oxclnlmed, this Is  wonderful I Wo havo nothing llko  thlu in Japan,  W, N. U, P56  irte  iho ham) hi- iwiil, tut Mu Br'ii"P upon  !.t. ������\a* ���������*!:'! :���������!! hit sir- nir'h: but ������he  !,i!i| lir-r ������."'ier h:i::A uj-on fits l.r<as>t  a*il Mii.ill nnd v.,,'(K fis u w,������.-i tha  lA;i<<<\ It iiKitiiiKt his hr-Kint r<ml UM  w.ili nil In r hue: to 1'ijih blm uv.ay.  BOTH  GAINED  Man end Wife ratten on Urnpe-Nuta  Tlm notion that incat Is neoe/iRnry  for real litrength and tho foundation  of Rolld lli'Bh la now no longer aa vrc-  valent na .formerly.  KxcckhIvo meat oalrrn nro ustmlly  tiltiggli-)) n part ot lho timo becauno  thoy uro not ablo to fully dlgost their  food, and ilio undfgoBtod portion Is  tliatigiil Into what 1*) practically a  kind of" poison th?.t ftcti* upon tho  blood find nervo?, thu a getting ull  through tho nyfitcm,  "I was a heavy :,ioat onl/r," wrlton  a Wt'Htcrii ���������..nn, "und up tii two -yearn  ���������.co, wan ln very poor henlth, I nuf-  ferod with IndlReHlloti fib Hint I only  ���������   1      1    ri������    ,,-,,���������,(,  "Then 1 heard nbout Ornpo-Nutn  food nnd decided to try H. My villa  hughcii nt mo nt fir������r, but when I  f,a!iiCd to 12$ fowtuU Btul folt to lino,  i:ho thought Bho would "nt Ornpf������-N'titfl  loo.     "Now nlio In fat and well nnd  I      .      ..(...,������     ff\     hr,H������,1n *\\',1    Tipv,,,.  ..,.*     n ��������� *-        *      - -      * '  have Indigestion any moro and cu'dum  feci the (Icilro for meat.  A neighbor of ouri, CR yearn old,  wtio troubled with inillgcHtlon for  ;ettrB, and wns a Jic.ivy ment enter.  Nov.' elnco ho liiin Ijwji oallnj; (Jriijie-  Nnln re-Kulfttlv, he tayt ho la well Mid  iiiivcr haa Indigestion,  I roiil'l nanio ft Jot of penons wlio  havo rid tlioiiik-t-lvcn of |u.iiki>.'U,u U  clirnslpg irom n heavy nuot diet to  Grnpt-Niit-i." "Thc^-'i- a W'tti:?."  XnWt? fitvvii by Cntuvijaii iV'tstu^ Co.,  Wlnifjr, Out. R*������\������������ tlu liulv look,  "The ft������.a������l iu Wt'llvllU.." in i,kjt*.  Ever r������������d the nbova tetter? A new  one tpfittra lr������m time to lime. Ilney  are otnulnt, Uo* *nd full of human  Interest.  The Mantle of Hood  Bill Brolvnrlgg was a cricketer, who  played for llay-cum-Olover. \Vhilo  taking on his bike a 'run,' he bowled  a maiden-oyer.  He found sho wasn't injured, left  his cycle In a thicket; then in the  gloam, ho saw her home. Thoy parted at the wicket.  Bill called next day���������a warm June  morn���������'twas good to be alive. 'His  gig���������quite new ��������� just seated two.  They had a lovely drive.  Bill .thought with joy: If I with her,  can only nake a match; I think for  me 'twill' really bo a very brilliant  catch.  But when Bill calle*''. lo see her pastern, muscular, and stout���������his ardent  dreams gave place to screams. Her  father ran him out.'  . Bill's hopes are dashed, his front  teeth smashed, he's fairly in the  dumps. The dentist stands, with  forcep'd hands���������it's time to draw the  stumps.       ' * '  Worms feed- upon the vitality of  children ami endanger their lives. A  simple and effective cure Is -Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Not Another Word  Sir, began the young man nervously, 1 wish io ask your consent for my  marriage with your daughter.  Khf quickly rejoined the parent.  What of your income? Is it suiiicient  to support a wife'.'  It is, boldly "returned tho slightly  nettled aspirant, and what is more,  It's sufllcient to ntand an occasional  touch fz'flm my wife's father)  Then she's yours, my soul  Waste of Coal  Twenty limes as much coal Is now  taken from tho mines of tho United  States as was taken in 1850. It la  estimated that ;.t tho present rate of  consumption all the coal will bo go:.o  In 2050. ���������  Most ot tho coal Is wasted. For  every ton ot anthracite, n '.on ami a  half aro wasted In mining; for every  ton of bituminous coal, half a ton is  wasted. Thousands of tons of slack  and culm nre burned to free the mines  from obstruction. Thla could ho  mndo Into brlrjuottos with coal tar and  utilized,  ICIght per cent of the coal used in  manufacturing d/ctrlcto good up In  ornoko, Tho smoko Injures henlth,  damages clothing clothing, buildings  and vegetation, and tho annual Ions  from (IiIh source Js estimated nt $500',-  000,000,  But thoro Is moro wniste thnn this,  It, Is OHtlninted that with tho boEt firing In use, only 3fi per cent of tlio  heat units of coal riro dovolopcd Inlo  power. There Is mill greater loss  ln producing light. Not ono por cent  of tho energy of ooal Is used in producing eloctrlo light.  Theso facts nro given In an nrtlclo  In tho Mow York Indoppiidenco, by  .Mr, Chnpln, Instructor In economics  and pnlology In Smith oolloge. They  nre, no doubt, continually nrcsont to  tho Bclentlllo mind, and lt Is likely  thut Eomo day' a moro economic pro-  cobh of turning tho hent of coal into  power will bo Invented.  Are Appetizing  TRY   THIS   NEW   JAM  Minard's  Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������I havo used  your Minard's  Liniment ln my family and also in my  stables for years'and consider it ihe  best medicine obtainable.        .   ���������  Yours ..truly, '���������   ������������������  ALFRED ItOCIIAV,  ProprietoroKoxton- Pond -Hotel    and  Livery,Stables  .    Similarity  Jackson���������Whejiv!   that's some cliff!  Johnson���������Seems'lo fascinate you.  Jackson���������Yes.   That's the  way my  desk will look when I get back.  Both Leak    ..  Why don't you buy. an automobile?  I   get  suiiicient  excitement  out -of  the management of my fountain'pen.,  The Reward of' Art  No wonder he felt proud���������After all,  he was Quite a young artist and there  Had Every Time  Smith was a constant .worry to his  friends. Thoy never kiicv- when to  and when not to treat him seriously  since, as he frankly' admitted, lie delighted in pulling other people's legs.  One day he nnd Brown mct'cusually  in the street, and stopped as friends.  often do, to gossip for si while.  Big blaze���������ilict, lire at the factoiy  in Johnson street last night, wasn't  it? asked Brown.       ,  Yes, replied Smith, I went down to  have a look al it. And my. word,  there werer several mighty narrow escapes thorp, too.  Escapes, cried Brown, excitedly.  But the morning paper said 'that  thei-o was no one in the building.  Smith nodded.  Oh, he said, the firemei. brought the  escapes down with them. So-long,  old chap.  GIGANTIC RUDDER  So Huge that It Mis n Door for :Men  to Get Inside It      J*''  A rudder with n doorway-into Its  Interior In ft featuro of;Uro iiiAnuiiotli  Cunard liner A(-iiitiinliil"*ao nd'oii'to bo  launched.  Tlio rudder han Juft beon plaeod In  position, nnd la bo hiiixo'lhat. a doorway linn boon constructed In tho lower part to admit workmen, ro thnt  thoy enn removo Uio plu which connects Uio rudder to tho i-lilit, This  ���������fi'ri l<������ 4tt. In JonRlli nnd blKKer than  tho heavli-Rt projectile mado ior modern urtiitt-i). A <.������������������.;.���������''���������' ii'.','.'!,\'j.*ji*(.  had to bo conntructeil iu Uio uhip to  lift It Into position.  Whon rtoHvcrcrt nt tho Imilder'a  yard tho rudder wnii in throo partn.  Aftf-r llif-v had born rotiuc-tcd and  luhl upon tho wound, tno ���������u-Hitrir,' tiiat  hnd to bo walked to pans round tho  coniplcto rudder wan over 100 feet,  Pop'u RolriK to glvo ni) a watch,  WIJllo Informed his aunt,  That will bo nloe, replied tho nunt.  fintl U \,'.\\ help you E-j'.ttiiiB tM tcfi-jo!  In tho morning.  Vcd, thai'fl fi", ftttfti xvh i pi~i to  itrliool 1 cau look tt my vntch nnd  nro }ii*t Imw ]fto I nm.  *>*.������^* ���������*���������*!-  nwii m^   J**.   ������  flt&tlstlrs l-ru-Ml by the roM depart'  I mont of tho North Of-rinan Lloyd iirct  rhow thai i: ���������/������������������"u.u ii>c per '. ond to  Uoul J*. IU.U it tU   tt>-<3ni*r������.       Th*  ctohon rbovfl *V4  tout ct coal i>������r  tninutc talc Uie furnacM.  TOvas���������riTe7o_e-o"Wi'"W  it���������his picture, his groat picture, was  hanging Jn tho Royal Ac..demy. What  Is more, two people stood motionless  In front of it, gazing at the canvas in  rapt attention, while tho artist stood  gazing at (hem.  Then, 1 say, Charlie, -he nskod a  friend, do saunter caiieessly by and  find out what Ihey are saying about  my picture Perhaps lliey want ������������������<  buy It.  Forthwith Charlie set out to do a  careless saunter. Presently���������to the  expectant artist the wait Roomed r..i  eternity���������he returned  lo his  friend.  No business doing, he sighed. Sho's  only blowing him up for leaving o'f his  winter flannels, too soon.  Milln's Worm Powders never fall.  They, immediately attack tho worms  and expel them from the system.,  Ihey are complete in themselves, net  only' as a worm'destroyer, but ;*.s, a  highly beneficial medicine for children, correcting weak digestion and  restoring iho debilitated system lo  healthfulness, ���������*- without, -which the  growth of tho child, will be-..retarded  and its  constitution  weakened.  Confusing but Clear  It was a sad day for Mrs. Mullet.  The last of her family now was married, and the poor old lady had tho  dismal prospect of living henceforth  nil alone,  Tho vicar .was duly Rynipallictlo  when ho called to. seo her somo few  days after lho wedding.  You must, feel very lonely nowadajs  Mrs. Mullett, ho remarked,-especially Heulng Hint In tho pnot you'vo had  so many children to brighten your  homo.  Mrs. Mullett sighed.  Yes, Blr, she replied nt last, I do  fed lonely Homellmcs. Ono dny, you  know, I misses 'cm and tho next, day  I wnntH 'eni��������� But(/all snid and done,  r thinks I misses "'cm moro than I  wants 'om.  Ono dollar will procure you four  pairs of socks which can never). >  worn out. .    ���������    '    ������  So ran tho advertisement, which  caused Jones, bachelor, (o spend four  shillings on a postsil-ordP--. When  the socks arrived Jones surveyed them,  liorror-BtrL'kcn.  'Socks received, he wrote to (ho advertiser. ' The patterns aro vile." I  wouldn't bo seen out with them on.  No reply reaching Jones to this, ho  sent a further letter threatening proceeding!.,.and then camo Ibis answer:  What i*re you making such a fuss  about? Didn't wo guarantee Unit  you wouldn't wear tho socks out?'  $100 Reward, $100,  The rcndfi-n ct this jinper will t������ plfnncd to Iwirn  tlmt llic-ri) h ni 'ciint oiia.tfirailt-d UI:ien.i*o llmt moiipo  Ims lii'e-.i tthm lo tr,iru l:i nil lus Min-rii, nnd Hint w  Untnrrli. IfhII'h ('ulnrrli (.-urn in 11m wily pomuo  nirn now known \o llm innllcni fnilcriilly, Cninrrl1  , tit'lni! ft ciiiislluition.il tllscimti, require-*** u conptliu-  llimul tl'tiftlnunt, llnirn Cntiirrh Cliro 13 tnKcn In-  tiTimliy, (irl*ii������ (llri'i'lly upon llm tloixl nnd nivicmiH  -iiirfnrt'n ul Ilia tyatrin, llicrcliy (IratroylnK llm  'ouiKliitlOii o( itin (llnciiw, ii .nl nlvltiR tho imllfiil  Iri-iiKili h/ Imtiiiiiig up tlio fonitlttitlon nnd in-Mcl-  ������\7, nut uro I'i (lolnis Kh vtirk, 'ilio proprlctiini Imvo  Bo.niurli fnllli In lt������ rtirullvo twwrrii thivt tht>y offer  Ono Itutiitrril Dollnrn (or nny mo Unit, It lulls W  v.irc   Heml for HfI of ti-hllmonlniii  Aili.rcss I'1, ,1. aiKNHY A CO , Volrdo, O.  Hg,.I liy nil Iirimvlitti, Ific,  'i'llKc Ilftll'B 1-nnilly l'llln Or roncllintlloo.  If You Wnnt to Know  The Anxious Inquirer (anBiunlng the  Kew Ten Pavilion flro being canned  by iiillllant vole-Kcekere): 'Ow did  thom Suffrugoi'tca not Into tho gi.r-  dciiH? il"'    -  ���������,  Tho CoiiBtnblc���������Oii tlio Kew Tea!  ,������\  -r  Tho horuo nndr tlio cow la In the  field, read tho- lericher, Mrt*;y, whib,  Is wro-fjgT/iVHlfc.'WIit nonlencc'y, " -; ' Ji'  SJ-nl-y.'wi'i'ovt'llently moro vArBOirJn'  ���������������t������1'FrV'of,TiolMonoso tlinn In thVrulea  of grnmmiir, for alio nnnwerod prompt'  ly; Tlio lady Bhould bo mentioned  flrBt.   "  ImniM       ���������.������������������iiiw   hi*���������    mamm  Undo Snm'fl postage stamp collection, ono of tlm finest In the world, nnd  valued at JfifJu.ono, wns placed for pro-  ���������riorvatlon by l'ofitninBtrr Goneral  Hitchcock In tho Natloinl muoeiiiu.  Mali bredder, cried 1*1 Ilnfiton colored proucher, yo niuat bo llko grent  Ctietur't nhoBt���������-nbovo Buoplclon,  Was Too Busy  You say llmt you wltiirsscd I his nl-  tercution? Inquired lho Judge.  No, sorr, fiald tho witness. Ol  didn't seo that. Ol wuz busy looking  at tho light.  Tho End In View  Two Irishmen wero crossing a bog  '������������������hen (mi tif them fell Into n bogholc.  Ills companion, running lo n nearby  i. i.-". iis-ucd tho loan of a spado.  What do you uaul H for? asked  llm Ktrmcr.  ,��������� Rum, Mike Id Btuek ln tho hog and  I want to die him out, was iho mis-  ,wor,   ,-'  ���������{^;i,low far Ib ho (sunk? (11168(10110(1 tlfu  ^lUiiuor^ .  / UH'i'tq, hlB tinkiOB.  Of'.^tiiuyii'.iil', hu:can, wnlk out.  .lk>wWft,;'.ho 'can't, 'oselnlincd Put.  Iloia.'iKwrong fnd -tip;"'   , ;  ^ < *-a., i-l^-jeaa,., .j  Mr. llourchlcr Bhould,bo-pIpiihciI at  tlm tight over tho fliirrfiilt.Thentii'..  It may hnvo tho effect of on-UiiiiHfu  tho vnluo of tho new pleoo,  r-x  The Limit  ]In���������yon.- eoiisln  Clara, winn  coodlngly Rhy nnd modest.  Hho--MoiloRt! Why, film would  liliipli If a man Rlancod nl lior when  oho was changing her mind.  fT-OTl?yi<yiBWlrTM*rtlii������ii rmMmiM-t-fcumwim mm  -f> frfitmniiiiBi'iMti iiiim  A WOMAN^ PROBLEM  In tho loolcTn-ar-aUt-B ��������� woman often ������om wrlnfclM, liollnw clrrlwi und<������r *y-pn,  .,....���������,', ������.,f)> . .���������n -p^^,,,,, r\,n ,\\,\ niM hlM, trl (>)> r)?h, t,,mfjv v)hi,n wont  down wllh Un-no troublei which ������ra dlitlnetly feminine. J-ncUchc, liciirlnilif,'  p*lni, la������ltiid������, n-jrvoufn-SM and dralna upon vitality���������brfrijr untold ���������ufferlnie!  to womimnood and tho fact thowi It, Tha nervous tyaUim aiitl the entij*  ���������womanly nmke-up fceli tho tonlo effect o{,  DR. {PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION.  U allays and subdue* tifrrou* axelubllity, IrrifiiWlity, ni-rvcon #xtimi������iion, and  other dlitrMilnitafmntomi commooljr attendant ������Don functional and orK'������nla  dliCiuea of (ho ttmfninit orfans. ft indncMi r*frf-ih(n^ ������Wp *riH r^llcvrt  h.-jiiUJ ariilety and dwiporidencjr. Known ������verywher������ and foir ������������#r 40 >i sra  at the atftndard r-emsd-f for tbadlaaaaaa of women. Your dealer in medicine*  wile It In Ho-ntd tr to-rar-eosUd tablet form; or yoo fan a*nd CO rne-ecnt  ptatnp* for a trial box at Dr. l'ierca'a Farorito PrMerlutlon ublet*. Addrea*  Pr It V. PicKJ, Invalid*' Uotel and Surgteal IaatituU, tloffalo, N. Y,  tin. riERcira pleasant peujsts rfxiulatp. ako iNvrconA-wi  GTOJlACIt.LHTR AND nOWEM. SUGAR-TOATRDT1NVc.ltJIKIIMUC  ������WslWllHIWEmtWWVCrVXX.:Z2  MM /    o  tii  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. R C.  g THE STANDARD ARTICLE  SOLD EVERYWHERE    |  M REFUSE SUBSTITUTES  The Test  How, tho president of tho Fat Man's j  Club was asked, did ' you prevent  fraud among your applicants for membership? Didn't some men try to got  in that weren't up to the standard  weight? ' - ...  V93, the portly o nicer replied, but  it was no uso. . Applications had to  bo presented in' person at tho roll:  Building,. Fifth :Floor. Thero . was  no elevator'.' Tho applicant climbed  tho flvo flights of stairs. .At tho top  ho met a man, who-asked:. Woro you  looking 'Cor the Fat. Man's Club?  *- Yes. ."..,-.-'������������������ ' ��������� .  ,,Tho main offloj Is on .the first floor.  Your application Is,rejected.* ��������� We rc-  coiv'6 ho man who can' climb' live  flights of .stairsI ." '���������--.-  THE PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS.  ASK YOUR DEALER.  .  A Future Financier  Ma. exclaimed young Tcddlo, bursting into the house, Mrs. Johnson said  she would give mo a penny U I told  her what you said about her'.-  I never heard of such a thins! answered hia mother Indignantly.. You  are a,very good boy not to have lold!  1 wouldn't have her think I even men-  tionc-d her. Here's an apple, sonny,  for being such a wise little lad!  [ should think I am, ma! When  she showed mo the penny I lold her  thai what you r-a'd was'soinelhiiig awful and worth sixpence at least. ,  Tho Marquis and Marchioness Cas-  all del Drago, heads of ono of the oldest families of tho Roman aristocracy,  havo been swindled by a steward to  tlio extent of $250,000 during a long  illness. Lasl year the marquis signed'a document empowering a steward  lo transact certain pressing financial  affairs, and tho man seemed instead  to havo been gambling on' the stock  exchange, losing as much as $70,000  in a day. Suddenly ho vanished, taking'with him ?30,000 in -.ash from tho  family safe. ,'   ��������� ,",  HEALTifAWAlfs  GOOD DI-GESTION  BURNING OLD LOVE-LETTERS  Chinamen Consider Them Sacred and  Preserve tho   Ashe'a  Tough on the Creditors  T say, old chap, can you lend mo a  ten spot? .     __ ,  Sure.    ,Here you are.  Thanks awfully,  I am Indebted'to  you  more  than I can ever hopo  to  repay.  Sir Thomas Upton's, challenge for  the America Cup bus been accepted.  It is to he hoped that there will bc no  slip between the Cup and the Lip-  ton .  There Is no    poisonous    ingredient  , In l-tolloway's Corn C'iiro, and'11 can  bo used without danger of injury.  Schoolma'ain���������Now I want all the  children io look at Tommy's" hands  anil observe how clean they aro ar..l  see if all of you caiv ot como to  (���������cliool with cleaner hands. Tommy  "perhaps will tell us' why he keeps  thom so nice. -   ���������'  Tommy���������Yes'in. Ma makes mo  wash ,lho breakfast dishes every  morn i ng. ���������'-     . ���������>  T'-.c Menu Lacking  The  rambling  photographer  called  Tor  Tfra~comirry itnrnnnirmnn^TU'eTTe'sT.r  air had given him a prodigious appetite, and he did ample -justice lo roast  beet' and vegetables.  This course linished, he askod  the sweets to be brought in.  The BorvanL hurried to her mistress.  ' The gentleman wants- swaets now,  . ehi* said.   ���������  Dear me, exclaimed mine hestess In  dismay, as if a- guld dinner, is na'  tuuir without s-vcets. ��������� But here,  llfldget. slip down to auld Giles' for  live cents worth of brandy-balls.   .  Hoaxer���������I underwent an operation  yesterday.  Kasymark���������You surprise mo. Was  It very serious?  Hoaxer--! had a growth removed  J'.-om my''li-uul.  Kasyinark ��������� My goodness! -And  here you are up and around and look-  inn; well,  ���������Hoaxer���������Yes; I only had my hair  cut, .; '  Miss   Passay���������You   may   sneer at  "let, dogs, but they're faithful anyway.  I'd rather kiss a dog than somo men.  Mr.   Sharpc���������Well,   well,  some  mon  ire born lucky.  When the Stomach" is, Wrong the  Whole Body Suffers---How to  Keep It Healthy  Indigestion is ono of tho most distressing, maladies affllctiug mankind.  The stomach is unable to perform the  work nature- calls upon' il to do, and  the result is extreme pain after eating,  nausea,  heartburn,  painful  fluttering  of tho heart, sick headache, and often  a loathing of food, oven though tho  sufferer is half starved.     People with  poor digestion are pro no ,to   try   all  sorts of experiments to aid tho process of digestion, and thero is only  ono way in which the trouble can be  actually curod,'and that is through  tho blood.   That is   why   lho   tonic  treatment  with  Dr.   .Williams'   Pink  Pills cures oven 1ho most obstinate  casosof indigestion.    They make the  rich, red blood that strengthens'tho  stomach and its nerves, thus enabling  it  lo  do  its  work.    The  process  is  simple, ,but Ihe result means a good  appetite, aiid Increased    health    and  'pleasure in life. '   Mr. It. Lussier, of  Sorcl, Que., offers ample    proof,   of  this.     He says:  "For several years  I was a sufferer'from indigesllon, aud  the torturo I   suffered   after ' meals  was often almost_uncnd ur able ._Ofien*,  I would go,,without a.  meal   rather  than undergo tho suffering that, followed.      Accompanying  tho  trouble  I had headaches, dizziness, and often  a feeling of nausea.     All lho time I  was  taking  one  medicino  after- another in tho hopo ot  getting  relief,  but without avail.     Finally I read of  tho caso of a similar sufferer cured  through  tho use of-   Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills and I decided to try them.  I look tho Pills steadily fbr about six  weeks with result that I was fully  cured, and could cat anything I cared  for.   -1 may add that I have not since  had nny return of the trouble."  If you aro suffering from indigestion  do not waslo timo experiment! ns, but  begin to euro yourself today "with Dr.  Williams'. Pink Pills, which go right  lo tho root of the trouble through tho  blood. Sold by all medicine dealors  or by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50, from Tho Dr. Williams' Medlclno Co., 13roekvillc, Ont.  The Chinese look upon everr bit of  writing and print In Chinese character as sacred. They would consider  It a sacrilogo to step on written or  printed paper, or to uso discarded  manuscripts or newspapers as wrappers for provisions'.  The fact that the Chinese characters  wero used by his ancestor causes them  lo bo highly venerated by tho Chinaman, moro partlculalry those characters which enter into the names of the  Chinese saints. "  In Chinatown, San Francisco, la a  sacred furnace which is utilized solely for tho purposo of burning discarded letters, MSS., and newspapers.  Three times every week a collector  call3 at each Chineso dwelling, and  takes away all cast-off literature,  which has. beon folded neatly and put  asido in a safe place bending his arrival.  The furnace stands,, before the altar of a 'joss,' or god, and every day  tho custodian burns .tho sackfuls of  paper widen have been brought there.  ��������� No discrimination in regard to class  or rank is used. The papers of the  poor beggar aro burnt, together with  thoso of tho wealthy Mandarin, whilst  the love-letters of the Chinese belle  aro consigned to tho same flames' as  prosaic bills for provisions aud printed advertisement slips,    ���������  Once entrusted to the care of tlio  collector, not one of the documents  aro overlooked, so Uiat there is no  danger of the disclosure of somo cher-,  ished love-secret or important affairs  or- Slate.  When burned the'ashes are taken  out in a special boat and consi-gned  lo tho sea.  Tho Emperor ot China had his private joss-house, in which the Royal  letters were collected and burned by  a priest. In Canton; Pekin, and other large Chineso towns there are,a  great number of these sacred furnaces, owing to the collosal amount  of literature which has lo be consi'gn-  STONE AGE IN CORFU  Remarkabls Discoveries Reported by  German Archaeologist  Although tho German Emperor has  been prevented from visiting Corfu  this year owing to th'o political situation and tho,marriage of.his daughter, his interest iu the island, and  especially in lis archaeological secrets continues unabated, and he has  beon.kept informed (states Reutei's  correspondent) or the progress of tho  excavations .which'havo boon conlin-  uod. under the well-known German  archaeologist, Professor' D'orpfeld, la  collaboration with the Greek archaeologist, M. Uom'aeps at the spot where  tho famous 'Gorgo' and tha tomplo  ruins woro discovered last year .  It 3ia3 been thoKaiser'.-- earnest de-  I slro to discover tho site of tho town  j of tho Homeric- King Alkinous, ,nnd  I with  that object  Professor Dorpl'cld  i  Long Hair and Short Pay  Literary endeavors are not always  rewarded so highly as*some may think  according to this story from a German  paper. ��������� A novelist of longer hair  than pockethook recently met a friend  on tho street.  Hurrah! cried the author.     I h������wo  just sold a novel.'   ' '   ,  a Congratulations,    his    friend    said  wr rm]y.      And now you can get a  hair cut.  Tho writer's face fell. . No, he  replied, I ��������� should liavo to sell two  novels for that.  undertook test excavations at many  points ln the island. At ilist only  ruins of historical limes wero found,  dating no further back than tho fifth  o:- slxtlr-coiiviirles B.C., but this year's  excavations in tho north-west, corner  of the island and on tho soullibrn side  of Capo Kephall havo given valuablo  results.  Important discoveries have been  made going back to the remote times  of tho Stono Ago, long beforo the Homeric period, the relics now brought  to light being attributed by thd archaeologist to tho period about 2500  years B.C. * They include several  stone hand mills, In which tho com  was, ground into, flour in a cavity in  a stono block by means of heavy stone  balls, soino ot which have also been  fcund. Judging from tho description ln the Odyssey of the hard all  night work In tho grinding of Hour  iin AlklnouuV'palace, it would,seem  that these .primitive appliances were  still in use in the Homeric period.  Toothed flint blades, somo of the  cutting implements of the ancients,  have also been i'ound, and fragments  of pots of the pre-Mycenacic civilization, made by' hand without a lathe,  this mechanical aid not having been  invented in that period. It is, however, worthy of noto that amor.g these  fragments of tho .archaeologists also  found others of the Mycenaeic civilization, which, no doubt, were imported. In the vicinity of Cape Kephall  other relics havo beon discovered  pointing to the existencj, of several  temples dating back lo nearly 300 B.  C.  Three-year-old-Arthur, was taken by  his parents to call upon Mrs. L.,  who had recently como to this country  from London. He was greatly ��������� Interested in everything ho saw, particularly In a littlo English flag.  That is my flag, Arthur, said Mrs.  L., ln answer to his enquiry, and,  showing lilm an American flag, thla Is  your Hag.- ���������  lla3 It always been my flag?  Ho wr.3 told that it had always been  his flag.  Nothing moro was said until time  for their departure, when Arthur calmly remarked: I will take my flag.  And lip took it���������-for, somo way or  other, explanations seemed Inadequate.        ,  The Army of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day,  CARTER'S. LITTLE  LIVER PILLS ������w>  responsible ���������they nol  only give relief���������  U\ey permanently  cute Constipa  tlon. Mil,  lions nsa  them for  Biliousness, Indigestion? Sick Headache, Sallou Skin.  Small Pill, Small' Dose, Small Price,  Genuine mtutbeai Signature  mmmm  ed every day to the flames.  Ask for Minard's arid taks m othot;  Actors frequently receive unexpected proof ot the realism of their art.  Not long ego, on tho occasion of tho  performance of Hamlet by a distinguished English player, there wore no  more interested, and absorbed spectators than two newsies in the gallery.  The boys had been' watching tho  performance with breathless interest.  Tho last act was drawing'to a close.  The duel almost dragged the.lads  from their seats.  Before their eyes tho queen was  poisoned, Laertes killed, Ihe king killed, Hamlet killed.- On tho final tragedy the curtain started down. Tho  audience was spellbound.  ln the gallery thero was a clatter  and a crash as one of the boys mentioned started for the doo:1.  Come on, Tommy! ho shouted back  to his companion. Hustle! Dere'll  be extras out on dis!  WATERPROOF  COLLARS  AND  CUFFS  Something   heller   thnn   linen   and   no  laundry   Lulls.       Wash  lt  with  son-i  ami  Water.      All stores or direct.  State, rlyl***  nnd  sb.p.      l'"or i!Bc.   wo  will  mall  you.  THE   ARLINGTON    CO. "OF   CANADA,  Limited       , '"  63  Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Wiksi.ow'3 Soothinci Syrup liai hern  lisstl for over SIXTY YKAKS by MILLIONS or  MOTHHUS for their CHU.UUl'N' Willi,-?  TEKTHING, -with ri'Kl'KCT SJUCCIWH. lt  SOOTHl'S the CHILD, SOl'TKN.S tlie GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURIC8 WIND COLIC, and  is the best Mii-edy /or DIAl*.I*.na-:A. It i-i nl>  solulely harmless. Be sure nnd rnik (or "Mra.  "W in slow'a Soothinn^yrup," and take ao other  kind.  Twenty-five ctuta a bottle     The, Soul of a   Piano  is llie  Action.   Insist on thi)  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  Keeo Minard's Liniment In the housf  The Plumber  gentle plumber once,  We, had a  Wo thought he camo to plumb;  But by the time his coat was oft  His dinner lime had come.  i  Recommends Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  for Backache, Nervousness, Headaches.  Lyndon, Ky.������������������"I liavo been talcing  Lydia l-U-inklium'HVo'-fetahh) Compound  forlieadachon,n'-1unil(riapaiii3,backnclie,  nervousness nnd a 'jonoral run down condition of tlio system, nnd urn entirely relieved of those troubles. I recommend  your remedies to my friends nnd rIvo  you permission to publish whnt I write,"  -Mrs. II. Von Kopkn, Lyndon, Ky.  When n womnn liko Mrs. Von Itoden  Is (tenerouu enough to writo such n lot-  tar ns tho nbovo for publication, b!io  dhould nt least bo Riven credit for a nin-  cere desire tohclpothcr Buffering women,  for we nsBiiro you thero \i no othor ren-  non why sho (should court such publicity.  Canadian Wonmii'H Hxpcrtcncoj  Windsor, Ont.- " Tho birth of my flrot  child left mo n wreck with terrible wonk  bjiciii-., but! am glad  io tell jWthatl do  not have those weak  spells and I feci liko  a now womnn sinco  taking Lydin B.  InWhnm's Vece1ri-  blo Compound. I inn  now woll and strong  nnd can do my own  w housework. I do  not take medicino of  nny kind. It wns  T.ydlft V: PInJfhtttTi's Vofroiihlt Compound that restored mo to lienlth."���������  Mr". Iionf.'irr KAJftn.Mitv, 72 Pniwnt  Avenue, Windsor, Ontario.  If yon irnnt upi-clnl tuhUn write to  Lydin K. Pinkhrtrii Medicine do. (c-onfl-  don1l.il) Lynn, Hn**. Your letter trill  he opfnr-tl, r*r.*iil and an-tw-rr-ril by a  yromnn find hotA In strict  ���������onfltl*nc*.  A New Invention  Jlmmle entered Uio largo chemist's  with a coin clutched tiehtly lu his  hand.  Woll, my lltllo man, sal-d (lie assistant, wliaL can I got for you?  I'lensc, I waul a thermometer! piped  Jlmmle.  Did your mother say what sort of  thermometer alio wanted? askod tho  (shopman,  Jlninilo looked slightly po.rploxed.  Then a bright idea camo into hl3  mind.  Why, Just E'.vo me the vary blptROst  you'vo got, ho replied, cos It's to koop  my bod-room warm!  Wanted Wanted  For four conaccntlvc nlfilils tho hotel proprietor watched his fair, timid Riiost (111 her pitcher at tlio water  Inp.  Mf.dnm, ho Raid pn tho fltth nlfiht,  1C you would ring this would bo dono  fi/.' you.  Hut whero Is my boll? askod the  lady.  Tho bell la besldo your bod, repllod  tho proprietor.  Thut the bell! sho exclaimed. Why  tho hoy told mo that was the flro  nliirtn, nnd Hint I wnsu'i, to touch il  on any account.  Hubby returned home rnt'.or late���������-.  woll nflor midnight, to bo precis-earn!, ns oflon happens in such ciihoh,  wlfey, Ihoiiuji abed, wns not asleep.  In consequence, breakfast thnt  mornliiK wns a gloomy, silent, meal.  In vnln, hubby iitrovo to clenr lho nlr  and by lll-tltnod levity, to dispel the  ntnirnphore or roiistrnliit which hiniT  henvlly overywhere.  A pL'llil)   for J Oiff ti'lO.loilii, HU   i-liO,'  ho ventured preaenlly. '  Tlio lady thus addressed Blared nt  lilm grimly.  l-'or tuppence, Hlie retorted, I'd sny  oxnclly what I tlioiiRht of you!  Hubby uiiuie no elfwrt to raise the  bidding.  Walking Through the" World  I walk beneath   mysterious   autumn  ' trees, ���������'  An autumn twilight hour���������  But when I walked in summer field  and bower  These too, woro mysteries.,  Always thore is a   spirit    and   a  breath  Beyond my spirit's call,  Almost tho living trees confess tho  fallh,  And yet I know not what creation  sailh���������  But Ho who walks    here    with   me  knows It all.  There was an hour, O friend of mine,  whon we,    ���������  To each drew vory near.  When hand in hand wo   both   grow  silent, dear,  Becauso lovo could not see;  Always there Is a secret yet untold  The barriers do not fall,  Almost I find your life whoso hands  I hold,  And yet I know nol what my hands  enfold���������  But love Himself Is with us, knowing  all.  Origins of Taverns  The modern public-house owes Its  origin to the time of the Roman conquest," for with, the opening-* oL0tho  country by the Romans littlo inns  and such-like places wero constructed  for the convenience of travellers.  As .time went on the selling of liq-  TioT~b"e_eaTne so "1 ncTa'tive~iiTat~ta"ver'n~  keepers began to vie with one.another  as to the means o������ attracting 'the  thirsty;'and in order that no public-  house should be passed by tin-heeded  a pole with a furz-bush on the end was  erected over tho door of every tavern.  At length, however, these becamo  such a nuisance that a law -was enforced forbidding tho uso of polos  which projected further thau seven  feet over the king's highway, and  this was the incident which gave rise  to the proverb that good wlno needs  no bush.  Very few of tho old taverns aro in  existence today.' The Seven Stars, ot  Manchester claims to being the oldest  public-house iu Great Britain, ,aud it  has had a licence for over 550 years.  RHEUMATISM OH SCIATICA  Is oi,e o? tho most obsilnato of diseases  to euro. We liave a remedy that in u  larffo percentage of cases cures. This  Is a prescription of a piacUciiiH physic-  Ian of forty-three years experience.  ONE COLLAR only by mail postpaid. If  no relief or euro follows, we refund your  money-. See your ditiKaist or'write us  to-day for full information.  TEMPLETON RHEUMATIC CAPSULE  Co.,   315,   College   Street,   Toronto,   Ont.  bill;  He went at twelve and,stayed away  An hour and* minutes forty;  He 'wiped a joint,' then wiped his llps's  Then trotted off so horty!     .^   ���������  The pipe was only half an inch -  (lu width* I mean, not'tall),  jLfilO'^t-UfiQnJW_diiYfi_ajnoLoilJ.lir.oJig'J.  The hole cut in Ihe wall;  And  after having' had his  fill, .  - Oh!  see him slow returning!  "To ono day's work" is on  tlio  He's thus his living earning!  Commencement Cxcrclses  Grnco���������Aro you girls going to nave  a daisy chain at your commencement  oxorelscs? ,-  Maude���������I should say   not.   There  are nono but rich girls at cur school,  Wo are going to   havo   an   orchard  chain.  An old darkey, sent to a hospital,  on liis arrival was placed !n a ward,  and one of the nurses put a thermometer in his mouth lo tako his torn-  pcrauiro. When tho house doctor  made his lounds he said: Well, my  man, how do you feel?  ��������� I feels right toldle, suh.  ' Have you had anything to oat yet?  Yessul), I had a littlo.  What did you have?   ,  A dame gimmle a piece of glass ter  suck, suh..  The Eight Hour Day on Farms  A writer In the current Issuo of  I-'nrm and I'lroslde says that iho eight-  hour day with fnrmora consists of  olght, hours for work and eight hourn  for chores.  Dust  Dust Is used for various purposes.  At ono timo It was employed to manufacture human being:'. It lni3 now  gono Into tho making of useful articles.  Dust In'used to throw Into people's  eyes. In summer time It Is a permanent feature of most of our laud-  scapes, Servants 'employ It .Cor tho  purpose of keeping themselves busy.  They remove ll from the places whoro  It can be seen to thoso which cannot  ho sosn���������-except when you don't want  It to be scon.  Without dust wo should havo no  vegetables, vacuum cleaners o.* inutl  pies. MIxoil with' rainwater and  phosphates, It produces crops. Crops  eniiblo us to linger on a while, until  wo beeonio dust ourselves,        ��������� .  Dust is produced by a difference of  opinion between two molecules. They  rub en eh other the wrong wny, They  do this to raise llie dusl. Alter nll,*<o  lliol's about what all ot us are trying  to do.  Jlst  A man who llspod had bought some  pigs and ho asked n iioluhbor for Ultimo of a pe.i for a fow diiy,-*,  1 havo Jiitht been purehiilchliig  Ihonio lliwinn���������Iwo ihowtli and n  pi gill . I want, to put th^iii In your  pen till I can llxth a plalth lor Ihein,  Two thousand pigs! excliilined llie  astonished neighbor. Why, my pen  will hardly hold a dozen!  Vou don't iinder.-'taiid me, MIIher  limit. I don't thay two llimithnnd  plgih, but two tlunvlli-niid plglh.  I hoar you, said Mr, Jli'iil, Two  thousand pigs I ��������� Why, jou must bo  crazy!  And thon Ihe linper gave II. up.  No Obligation  Sandy Maclvor was no fcelln  wool, so ho went to the doctor.  What do you drink? demanded the  medico.  ���������*��������� Whisky. '    '"  How much?  Maybe a bot lo a day.  Do you smoke?  Yes.  Wtll, you give up whisky ai.o tobacco altogether. ���������  Sandy took up his cop and in three  steps reached tho door.  Here!  callod the doctor, you havo  not paid for my advice.  Ahm no Inkln' It, snapped Sandy t.s  l.o shut the door behind hiu.,  TKd WORLD'S BEST  WOOD    POLISH "  Cleans anil disinfects  everything ln your  -llOiTiii^roin t'iro ^er5"*  lar to the attic. Put  It on your duster and  dust'Hardwood Floors,  Woodwork,- Linoleums,  Piano.'-, Furniture, etc.  Makes cvcrythtnR just  like now, iMoiiey refunded If nol satisfactory.    Made by tho  DOMESTIC SrrCIALTY COM-  TANY, LIMITED;  Hamilton, Canada.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS:  Ifyou'eeroUrOr&OIU3"KlL'([IOWN'or'GOTlllK8LU'E-'''  fiurrr.R frum Kiuxtv, iilauiuk, nkiivous nisi'ASKS.,  CIIIIONICWBM<Nl:!isl:s,Ul.fEK3.5KINKm,T.*llOK*,,rlLr.*C  trrlta (or my FRB* boo'*, tiik host instki-ciivc  W RIJICAI. HOOK KVKK WRI11 KK,I U IXI.S AM. alioul lhss������  J HERAPJON rS  II It's the re'iici*- lor VOUR own ullnien*, Don't unit coal.  Al������������olut������lyFRI������e. Ho'(oll������wiip'rlrciil.iii. OK.LllCI.XHa  Hiu,co,jmvi:ksiockku, iuursiEAu,LoHDus,iina,  pills  Not  1-llls.  Alwayii Serviceable.���������Most  lose thoir pro|ierlli*H with ago.,  so wllh I'lirnii'loo's Vojielablo  The pill miisri Is so compounded that  I heir etreiiBlh and effect I vonoss Is  prosorvi'd and the plllf can hn ciirilcd  iinywheru wlllioul fear of loslnK'llielr  potency. This is n (pinllly Hint few  plllr, poH.ies.-i. Koine pills lose their  power, but not ho with I'linncloii's.  Thoy will maluinlu their l'reshnes'.-i  uud potency for u Ioiik time.  Scjtt Expedition Relic  7ranoily und a    noble    deed  nre  Ladles and Kcnllamon, said th. orator, It Is deeds, not words, that  count.  Quito wrnifv, said the IcleBrnpli operator who wns just calculating the  words Ir. the ppr-neli.  Professor Slot e���������To the Keologlst a  thutisiinil years or so uro not counted as any 'hue nl, all.  Man In the Audience���������Orcat Scott!  And to think I made a temporary loan  ol' Iwo pound!- lo a man who holds  such views,  SlrclehliM u������'i'f.ss WViilorn Australia  I.i a rabbit-proof fence, snid In bo the  loui-i si In the world. il extends for  a distant'* of 1,-Ofi miles, without a  break, 1 xcept. for mites. It bi*|-|ns lu  lliii iiiinjici'iiU' rejilmiH nnd.eiiilH lu thu  irnples, and tioniellinen fi-r nearly  linuilri'd nillCH It never pufse.i a human hnhliiitlmi.  Bonds,   Trout Sharing,    Series     StOO.  ?500, $1,000.  Terms  5 years.   Withdraw,  ablo after one y nr.  r.niA    for     Bpesl.l  folder lo National Securities  Corporatlo    Limited, Confederation Life Bldg.; Toronto.  Pp to   Date  What did Bho say when you lold her  vou wero not worthy of .'ier'.'  Sho said sho was glad I admitted  II; but that her fallier hnd been having mo trnilod by a dolot-tlve, : ml was  quite- prepared to prove I'. If I had not  admitted it.  t " "-  Usco td Which Whining  The real estate agent, tlri-d and pee.  I vlsli, arrlvod at his home In llie sub.  lirbs.  Oil, (Jeorge. greet ed bin wife, lho dog  has been whining all day long! What  Au you i-iippof-p ui the iuiiUi'I'''  Why, growled (ieorge, llie  old kicker probably wants hid  papered.  diirn  1)011 I'D  Laily���������AnJ you oscaped  ,-'ror.i   the  wreck?  Indigent Ren mnn--Yes, mum,  I.nily-~Ilow did you feel when  S-,''A Cri liiulii'  OU''*  Jvltl'i  Hiitniiin���������Wet, mum,   worry   wot;  but; ow, run in, I feel.* dry  -wary dry,  the  W. N. U  The oldest woman living In f'.ermatiy  is ) led wig Strntviia, a farm worker nt  Dormowo, In l'osen. Hor age Is olll-  dally certified at 118 yea.-s. She  worked in the fields digging poturo'.'S |  UUi.lt ik uhutl  Uni*--  itgu, V. llUU milts ll.tii .  a slight paralytic stroke.      HIio   1ms]  Klucy heart conlincil to her bed, i  Tho Man Who Drives  Automobllo Flndff  SMJLP  An  TliisOnW (l-.ir.'rt:���������it iiiil  rff.vtu.iHjr- ri-irovi! ricis.-,  ollor jn(ntit4liitHn.ll*,.i*.ii  lli"iiiiiiliiimii-iili(iii<| (a/IU  lOJ',-', ti-lt.f t!iiii),i;i.  Vour DijirSilN'in tr  i������*e lb* inup.-in-f.  Inn tiwpiny tiisllil, Meitrtil  wrapped up in a mlnalure ling wh'eli  has been prosentnl to the Caiilorliury  MiiKtnm, New Knalaiid, II. Is :i New  Zeal a ml ensign wllh lho Union ,liu*k  and I he Hotiiliern t'ross, ami U uicsm-  iirtis only Iwo Iih-Ikm by tlirti'. ��������� Hi'-'  tipllu  II.,  .-.i/.i',  U   ������,il  |ilUM.'       hUilM*.*  1.1  int|*i,:*.*l f'.-r vv.U'y :l yi-r'i- In Vt;i.  Urli'lly It, has been to Ihe South Polo;  a (lead mini kept his promise.' When  Dr. Wilson, on.* of Captain S.'iiifs-ilN  fated l'olar puny, left l.yiilc'.oii! hoijio  Iwo years ugo for AninrvlW' reglJn'i'  ,,...>    .*...*,,        V,   ,     ikiAill.l,       \..        .,i\i il,  placed In his liands it mlnahuv ll:ig of  New /.rahitul, villi the reipicst llmt If  Dr. Wilson formed one nf llui Polar,     ..  party ho would tako the llltlo ling:,u,,,>  with him.     This Dr. WiUo-i did, and!  the f.ng was found on his ilea:! body J  when  -l|*-rmr>rcil.      If  wan    brmi'-M'  back by iillef jiiirty and icliiriioil i.i I  Mlt-p Hardy by Mrs. Wll--o:i, the dead I  rvptorer'i* wife, and by M'���������*���������"���������'  Hardy I  prosrntfd to tho MiiS'-uin.  On a tiniiH'nr.    I'oinn nnd dine wllh  mo lonlght, snid  Ibiiiiulcrliy.  Sorry, n*|illcd his friend, but I'm g>  lug in i.ec Charley's Aunt.   ,  That's all rlgh".   old   cljnp.     Tho  more tho nu-rrl'.r.      Urlns h"r wltlj.  yon.                 ���������        /  .. *,' ���������:   ��������� ' ���������.���������-������������������ :���������; ..   - .-J  ervous Sufferers  WI b-VBI  ���������   'While persons ynbj'-cl  to disorders* tr'-aMnenl from which tbe bejt result*  !cf the ih'i'vch are freipicnlly tlilu and! are t-.i be obliilned  -svciik, Hindi Is not uIwiivh tin) caso by I  ������������������in-  lii'.'inn '  Many ni<* of ruddy   and    ilgorous!  ylieniiili nud so healthy In ftppciianee  (lint  th'.'y  ri'i-olvu  littlo  or  no  syni-.  I  Wifi���������������-I wish, dear, Unit youM -"it-  il,������ my l.i.iL jcai'.-i iiiIIIIikm'h bill. I  really rnu't sleep t'-ir thlnkluc; in' 1*  lliil*---Yoiir luii.u'lence prlclaim  ���������.on, i hi  Wife- Oh, nn, but I nvil two moro  bats rlgh: invay.  In such canes lho pyniptmns Indicate troublii In the head and spinal  cord. Though srrong In a munctilar  i pii-ii1, ihi' ni'iii'ii nn- ntii-tii'il, iiinl  Hpell-i of hclplesiini'iis c*oinu over the  ..uffsjii'r. TU- c^idlilim l.������ i.Ianti'.i;^  iiecaii-.i! th*-' result u> be cv-ieciuJ Is  car.ilysl-i.  A:> lu all foritifi of nervous oxhaus-  tlon, l*r.  Cha'.'*';i N'*rve I'.nul Is the  You cnnnoi sleep, nnd f"o| restlen*������  I,,.,.|    t������r1.,,l,1,,.     ,,,,.!     ���������  ill,    ,!;���������    > i, .Hi      ���������...  1  III.ell ii littlo e'x;r:i excllement brlngi  on a iiervoiu collapse, nml li"lph'B*  not* and illseourngeini'iit como ov������i  you again.  ll. BO'-iii'i ImposBliile lo (oiicetitrat������  the mind and lo apply your.-.'.'!!' to Ih*  IduMes of the day.     Yet your appear  . niico im such llml peopli   :ui   iiicliiici  , to think you Klinmniiiur.  i Iir, CU,M).*'i, N'l-ise in.i-i wiil di>  woiuleirt for ; mi if >,n c.ily -jIvi- It :i  chance. tiradu,ill> ������*.*,i li-i'iirl'.v It  ivsloriM lit'W \h|.ir In I'i. fi ���������!"��������� ' ai' I  r.c\ Irtpe nii'J cmti'. "M ; :i   '���������'.-��������� ..i .i '.  Dr* Chase's Nerve Food  CO cvnt������ x box, 0 fo  y>  Go, nt nil ilciler.", or JUIm.in.Hioii, Hates ,1  lii-.l, Toronto,  ('-.., I.i..i- ,..t   **/   *-��������., ���*M.
vl Tvvv-rv by   V/pilnesciay the
yiT'-t" ivi'll'u.'^ liO'hl   iT.>i*!l;
;e For .'lit;'(���pinions of cun-
*iy iipji-nr' i'n its', columns
���;::'*^r*��AY-  .U'G. 27 1013
���     L'c*J*. WATKU, ' '   '
that I-lsr-ni-
my, nf   Yictwi'in,
; ore
to t:-.l;o i;n��l
:' i horns, of watr-i
������lik-U lhi.v.1- in   a
u  'i'l'euv ir-v*-'
>1,-."iiiiiiti l-lr.il
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* ufi> 3 Cr.���'.���! ,
p ���'   >l;ric i-n" ilis'i'iiib   ?��uwciif!l!e
��� -   '���'���! i'in,, i .*; iijt; Si*rail's of Gi'or-
'.v ;n:J-n v tvt  if  l.iig  Qunliiium
I In: water \ii i l.o iliv.'.rtod fit i.'I?00-r
���������   . , .*���*   i'roi'n   :-i*.-lwy-iii-l will'be uu'-d
. . . ,.s*r.vi ������nilv.-ay \-it ihwroii the l��ud
....- '* ,,s li'idwuy Uijhc'of Wi.y. '-Thi-
��� v.:i* iii-iled o ������"Uio gvouticV on * lho
.ay of A-j-'il. lTiio.      Thu  application
' ���*��� riled ii\ tl-.ii oH-iou 1 f' tl.e Water 'Re-1
.-)<-   -.i-'u*: Vitt.iri:'-, !J. C.    Objections may
"*'���"! ,v'.;h lli-'K.r'd iV;:-<r Recorder ir
-,'���y.:-ie O.'i.jp'ro.']-;- if Wator K'yh's,
���V '������.���������-.-,.< 'i'-.'iii ;*���>, Vic-riv 13.0."
y-.Qi;:M.\LT& NANA1M''' railway
.    ..-.-,   ��� ��� -  Applicant
il.,1'1   BKASLKY
���ij M6
my 1
'���    ' ���'�����USR WaTKU. : ���   ���'
.V'.'iTlCR i-i hereb ���-.ii-oa  thnt Esqui-
,."���'.-;���   "'.' ui ftcs  '*���!'!!��' y,   n-*" Victur'n,'
:.    ������ ',���.-! i'ij...*3y i! r- ;* ic nco tc/ tako and
.*������ ��� !'.'!> -:*0'i u-'l")'.'-: 'O.-r 2- hours, of* water
.,-   ���'-..- .-���ainty ' rrtiir; v.'h'ch ile-vs in 'J> nor-
.'���.-.���"'v <* i' cotisv.i  ihi'iiDjj'i   Noivciibiln Dis-'
m ;.���   i.-ti." <.iri.jt.icd- iuti 13.op  I^y,  hoar
?..--.���������'���.-1 C'.c-ik-    rinS wilt ;f'will bu diver
'.. a -'! ::;5i*""i p trcaisi-f'.--mi  Uailw-ty ' and
... , -v-.'vi.i f.is Oiiiiin',  !.*.iilw'iy'pn/po-.et'
��� >.-i ".-"*!i.? :;;;:f! utiici Ibeii .ii-iUiIwuy Riglit ol
������'��� ��� ,y.-''   ri*\ts"li��������� t��� c-"*5^v*rr^xrgti!ri^xm���-tho*
.:ro.*vs on- tl.o 1} d -d >" uf'/ipii),' 10:3.
���'."-:   '.��� i-ii-ijiUou-v vli  bj liJ.'id in tho fi-licu
��� :.i..i ','*) itor Rp-o-iril r at Vietom, '13. C.
���'..,_.."l ���������i-8 u-'iy  1)6 nl-il '.v-th'iVie said
',V*.'.*\- Kn?(iri*er ��� r -Mth-ih-s  Cornyviol'er
if '"'-V-t'T I'.i^ht!-,  I' .'-.oii*.eat liu-ldiucs ;
���Vi-.V(..-i.lT, fi.   '   '���' -.���.������,
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ii.'E.  BI'. \SLKV
- ���������     A^am ���
.;;'i I Iff ; ,i ���   MO'"
vt 'f \ -^*r*-T>Tj;    "AT/^/��rv*rrr'x'*iJv
POR A Llt'JilXCl*; TJ TAKt! ANU    :
��" ���       :   ii*:*: U'ATI-:::.'
;V(H H'l!: in hereby /.-i-ru ihit K-qiii-
ni.-i'l A Ni'niuvj r.iiihv.y i-i Yie'.onii,
���ii, C. v/lil a.ip'y for ji Ii-.-c.ioj tn ta'.-o and
ii'..(*ll'.,.>-,(:i')i')p;iiU nm pir-*-l h'bnr-i, ol water
'on: o' fi ii (1 o (Jk-oI:, wlii'jli lliws in a
'.",o**i.!i':'ly dircrd'id.i '.irouj-h S> Icon I'is-
'���triit aiiil ��ir.p,i,,K f'lio l'n1v*'<- Souml niiiii
T. '.h'f R vrr. I'll'- v,* .t )��� -.vill ba ilivei-t (I
'at. HOj'Mjji.'irjiiiin ' i'o in R.il.vuy und w ll In-
.'un"il l( r <"|-:in'iiil Riu!iv,i> purjio-e-i <m the
,. '.nnd (li'.-cribcl h:i i> il ���rn'. r ,ibt i i w y'l'lii*
������*oris.-��-;:'���, po.i-i'd ,����� .i.c ; round o.i   Ihe
Province of -British l.^f
,    Coltlmbia,
(Department of Lands.)
Wluroa-i tho Campbell liiver Powe?
0 nipany, Limited, Lcreiii-iter fciilled th��
C'oin'*.'ft'jy, ia �� coin-jnuy incoipciriifccd uocl-
er the '-COuipauifi,' Act," 1897, find ia empowered, "arcWig otlier ll.ir.gB by its
Muin'raiHluol'Ass'ooialion. '
'-To :ipp\y for .ind obtain iniilci tlio provisions'of Uio Wutsr Act At to purcha c
or otVioi-wifla iiciinre walcr recouly or wa- g-j..
tor lie'ji\''cs" anft ��� -������'���'������ ���
*.. "To coftsjtrnet oropeiuto woiks for tlio
supply'or uiili'.'.alion of'waiir nud*.r t!'��� o
Water Act."
"And whereas tho *uhl LVwpnny on
,tlio 27lh June, 1'JIO,-olitiiinrd u W;i-o*
Ij'eencu, iiuaiborr.d'1*5)01 j' itulhori-'.'iv the
diversion ol '2,700 cubic font, of wjitor pi*r i K
ao*.-oiid ftoin tho Oiinpi-cll River for yow- -M
er purposes. ,   ���       ; |^
THIS I.-5 TO UJvRTIFY that, the uud-j|3
crtliking of too ssid Campbell River Powei'f g
Company,'LiraiJed, fovtdo diverfciou of
2,700cnbie-fce't of water p'crsocoiu'l from
-'tho Caniobell Itiver'for tho i-Biierntion of
0, "* ��� ,
power unci for the tale, barter, and ox-
chii ^o'ot-said power within iha foli'owii j;
dt'scribed terri'oiy, ia hereby approved
aulijoct -o iho lim'itatuns of l^nrb ]X of
the'Wnkr -Act and to tho following '.onus
ftad'eoiiditions:--- '��� ������ .. ���   ��� ���
������'I.' Thu'en'd j-pprovul of ihe above un-
ddrtiliiBg shall bo cxpa-B ly C nciitional
on'-thyr-s.-ou'tioii' find iilin/** li'n Ronil
with tlio������ Comptroller of Wai-er B'ghts.
Tho said Boiul ^hall bo in the :.snra of
twenty thousand do.laie (S-'0,000 00) iv A
shall be by the Compmy and ri'Suiety
Cptnpiay authorized by. its lh*..r"er for
tho parformatice of contract*- ofthiflhind.
2, Tho territory wiiliin which lho'
power gti.iernttd from thoeaid v/a'sdr mSy
be sold is within a radhiu'of one hundred,
and fifty miles from Iho power house of
the Company. ���    ���    ������ n   ���
3. The acomit of iho c.-ipitil stock ol
tbo Compnoy which shall bi Eub,-.erib:d
before the Company shall begiu the construe ion of the worl.-s shall ho $50,000 00.
-1: Toe amount;- of tho car-'.tal stoch.'of
'lmCompany which shall bo paid up before
iw,V(l.w-*.,fc>-- ���
^*rw:����*.-v*-^*lb-, o^,-.-��.!i��<i.i*i!.��&i-i
-^i._��-.^ i.u.-.
'..il . . ,Kv...  ,^--
.��*�������� .>,-,'-i^vj-L":: >������:-.* ������: .���" -<. 1-4TW..* -ic''..;
: *"-7-!
lho C.impany shall bogr.i the eonet-.-ucion
of the woik*} shall b*e ��50,000,00 '* * ���
* 5.- The Couipnuy shall begin the con-,
et-'uc'.ion of lha work** for the diversion of
"the sait'l water and f.n" i-'-o'1 generation of
the s.-.id power on or before tlie SOth day
of Soplcmber, 191-i; ri:ul before that d;th;
ih-Al obtftin from cho Ocmptrolh-r of 'Vliter Itiffhtff, hia approval ""of tho pla*n3' for
the oonBtruction of the taid works' tinder
theprovieio'uR of tho "Wuter Act* and'Ara-
ci-.Ah-.i; Acta 08 now ia foice tr r.�� may he
in force at the date of e'uch Approval of
Pliiivi'.' The plaii'a a' d BptJcifit'ittOL'U shall
be Hied for approval on or before ftist, day jr1]
. f.u'uly,; 1?H.':       <���     -   - *      -.
G, ��� After Lof-iimini:'the cflutntctioii of
the wiiflis (h'e L'omi'inny' shall fiibmit
no;ni-sni:i!,'.l]y to the C'oniptrolkr of Water Kij-htR a' pro^rfeba repoit, ��� ��� ���
7. The Uoiiipaiiy ahall 'complete tho works
for the duvelopau-nl; if iiftecii thotuiund
(15,000) hoi-bs powu and Iiiivq Ihciu in ao '|9
���tu.'il op, ration i a or b f vo the "Oth day of \'U
Suptembtr, 1017. '     ��� ���     -������  ' !jf
.  8.   The (Jump-iny   Hhu'.l j/iy annnaVy &
kiic'i foo au mny Im in forco at thin   ilii'.:[;;V
or oncli aiHimil foe an tiny be 11 .\e
future icg��i;tioii 'ir unaotinyiit.
D,. Any   liiif-inoer   appoiot.-o   !.���>*   th  :*J;
^[iiiia'far of LandH fot llvit pu.--p-*s(> .ilnill ii\��
Any;tliing. ,you . vy^iit .and /.w-h^tever.
way voii want it. Below are .a.
r       ^       .���       **���-���'!���       5':. . I .-!-   t,      -i       < ��� i '        .'.
.few of .things we^pri.^t  .
.Give, as ,a Trial .-Order. a-nd��.see
how weM YOU waHhc 43i
aaxjtmm'rrrzjxxi.rxrax *i-���ii-iTi-f'HrB
i>y -.in v ; ,Jq
3f.!(i'iyc.f A-'iil, ll:l
���wiil l.u iil-.il in '..-v d'M- oi tlu Wall*-
It-cofilur, Vietoria, IJ.C. (.)' ,ii<,'tiiu.H tr.nj
boliltd witli tho Mud W.il.'i* Heirordi.-r in
i.vi-h tlw Goirifiti-nrs'i' i*i '^n,'(r Kii.'l,u,
Trti-l'ii i.fni lli'iii"}-, \"i'-tiiii i. II, O.
K-QLMMAIjT ii S \N vl.M�� l.'.MI.WAV.
( Appli-jiiH
��� c, k.   i;a,--'Li*;v
i'i o  aiipliniti n j luvo frco iiccosh to nil part'*,
,f. tlm   *.v,
,!,,* ii.ivi.-.',
f ir tha jmrp'iuo uf'iinspaetinM
of ascer'.uiuing that i.hc I'l.nhtnii.v.'ui | Ci*)
theieafi** in'neeoidaiieo with ll..*,- ji'-msh ; j?^
mid .spec iltftttion-i hori.-iri'f'lTi'-d  ���"���       ,.'jl
10, ��� Tlio light of (���jji.'HUiicI'i*-.: '���.���!. !;i: on * K
(,'r"Wn Liiir.l-i uf the Pcovioon nui'ii :ii,v in-1 U
uM-roir-fd until jiorttra ion ln.s!.'.., u .' hliihi I ji-S
��.l na provided by Iir. {ion '..".? 1 o. t',*v -a'..\ i[l:
Act and the Kuleo nnrlo ilir,-. n*,drr.    -U
11. Tho right of U'.nn rni'Vi'* ���.y��.-:1��h j $
o*i private laml ehiil] not bo ���*'.< !L*i:-,-'l �����>������ I fa
i <:-.������>t tho pormisuinn ol Mn* ovi.i r!..' \��-m\ w
','     -- --��� i iibtnini'il er lho pi*ovi.,i(iit! of I'r.it. Siilltj}
FOIt A bU'.MSrr, I'O T A I'll''. AND    | of (ho buid Act have b>>u en-, .ph. i��-ih    '-)-*
,     '      ���    HSKWAir.It j    IU,   Tin' rijini of con..I'm-':.'.*   '   i
' idling or uceniHs liif'hv,..}���** ''i,%d -'��� '- '���' ��� ������'���- '���,]
i.ruini-il cxo'ipt, ixp.'.,-i, ;��� rjii ���!.'��� ���'��� " . j/-��
Miriihlor of l'lihl.'; Wmlni,   or   if   fii'lU*
XOTi'.Cir Ia lifuby ;,,,<*o U..I   V, <\<\
mil. it'Kfiriniii-'  I*.nla.'i.v.  ol Viotui-'
tt. C. will r.ppls- fm" a 1 '..���*' <���<��� lo !���'"������'' ������'��� '���
Uio V;il,(M llA' 'I* ' f"'l -I ��:'->!'���-. O.' '���'��� ��!' r
hut. ol Uoy Crii'U-, '.vlrrh I! 1-u. in u r;crlh-
M-ly I'li'-if-ririli tljidlii li f'"'il X l>i*-llli:t
uud einp1 oi n*-.! '.'fori \ iliibmi1, iiOiii
;l'rc t Pu.-jr.   'J'r.t 'Mil' '��� ���' 'il  h" di.-i r'.nl
'ill ?'.'.1(i ��� iii.j'K ifn I' mu, ll���'l��','iv .ii d will
lm nurd (.ir trf.icnil Hid x v | ii pj��i h on
th'* Iiiuii   Ao ox li-ii .ie  IKcUiiy Jli,.lil i.i
WjV.     Tliirt     I!   U';i,    V,,i,-    [/ iMOll     Ml    till'
���jfroui'i'I in ti;n .ii'il i.t,;> <t A|"il IflKi
'fib.I i-i tho ��� IIIj-l-
��� ���������-*, it. ". ('
O j oiiiiim may In lilnl* "-' h lin: n '<l
U'dtir K-loi'.Ii r or nun th* v' iojt u'lii
of W,i*,ir WUht'i, I'libiiiocn'.' Ilinhiinj-',
Victfilj. i'. C,
teHQn.--.iAn! A- ^AN'.'MOK.MI.V.'.V.
'��� Ap-!.   .
/I. i:. i.i-:        .
,nino>nir or   i uoiiv i-iuikii,    or   ;i    t'l.'i  M
!ji>-liwaj;s ii.-i.' v.;t,i.t'r. a ','' -i '.iv'.ty, *���- -i!'*' p
1   'I tl..**f.sl
* .   '���'       .'-���   .-,���
(ml thu porti'.irt'ifoi uf C
Mur.lci-T.liiy Jill- Im-i ol rrlu..'i ;..i ;ir<.vi(I. I W -,--,��� �����
fii if-^H-puvofy i-i 'jt.-iiij.."! v i ��i...i ���*������;'.:f!s,r��ajKaa
lho VVaicr Act*-
i J;
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iiirl?,-?rt^'      -i0 ���   -	
lw*ti��iiA jl*.u'iii,.i',i'<)0',)il�� Ii ��� ��� .i ���       i
?^-W% ��J'*i'-'-.'   ;*��� i. ./i hi ���;
feWj'.sf! of hi. -ii. -����. i. jfi: ;- -',
'*^\7y \   |l����,V|;��H��.M-">ll.,t!, K..    ����;���
SV-*   .   ��7 /ff hi-i-'.r.! c..'!*,^./ :y��* I*.
/    V S^3'^''-'J>HU   i'URlUIJ   I'R:N''IMi
���>y|lfcM<SlCB-:TOUi.'ltO,C'|-'. i{Ar.*rliiiu.-UL', '
(,';f*-.*..!��... - '
I ":
Dunsmuii? A^enu^ Gamb^t^and, B
!<;ivk us vor.;i< nkx'i ok I?1
'Wi*.**** ,.!��*����� ir,i
-   '   ��� " -'.'���* '*- r ' ' I.i"
,1�� .1 ���vi, ,.- �� i^.i^l.
n. ^.^-r-^.
T_jjft?te tfffi^- ^OMmHL^vLji^^^m n^0m^x
���Vancouver, kand. District.      ;
Dis-lrict of Vancouvnr.
TAKE NOTICE ihat, I,, Qeprgo
^Verdier of Campbell.River,  occur
, patii)nt Cruiser, .iulouds  to apply
'for ptj'ri-aieBiou to purchase the Mr
11 lowing described 'landpi���Cominon
, cing at. a post plan tod at the N,E.
corner   of .Timber .Limit .43146,
, thence^weet 80,ohainB, thenceforth
.20 chains, lhono9Meast';80 chains,
to the'ehbro'line, .thence", south 20
(ohains more or, less, along the ah ore
j line tu the place of be^inninp-.
'. GEORGE Y.E-R1HKR,   ���
.Name uf .Applicant
jDat^Kobr^iiry'^Gih, ;913 *'    ,'
Union Steamship Co" of B
Leave. Vancouver, Monday, at.8 p.m.
Arrive Nanainio, fit.11.30 p, ,ui.
.Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday ,0 u. in.       Leave Tnesd'ay..noon;
Arrive Comox, Tuesday.8^. m,   * j,e:lve Tuesday, 11 a. m.
���Leave Nuni-uno 0 p. in. Tuesday., .Arrive Vancouver U.80 p.in.
Leave. Vancouver Saturday...8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, " n.-u>p,ni
��� An^ve.Union, Bay, Sunday 6 a. m. Depart 5 p.m.
Arrive Comox, .Sunday, 8 a.m. Depart 4 nM.
. Subject to change vwithout 2iotice; >  '     *
��� ���ml"* *
.S��t}*;wardjLftnd"(Pi9'trivit.       '
.pi-itriet of .Sayward.
TAK.K .NOTICE '-that'  .Justjn
jD.>rr of upper Viild(;z It*land, open-
, puiion. farmer, inteiiiU lo apply, fur
penniHeion to purclmso the folio.v-
.ingilo.-cfib^d lands.:  Commencing
at a poft planted ,10 chains eas*'. ot
illyannth   Lake ,an.d   ,10  chains
south of N.'\V\ corner of.J.-P."pre'
(emp:ion. thence .10 cha'ins.west to
.lake^tlienro in a ?(uith--ea-*t(-rly dir
e-ction,(10ichains along the  shore
of the lake to the intefstctipn ol j.;
;D. lino,- thence .north, 10 chains  to
.point of commenceintnt, contain-
(ing in aH live acres more, or lepti.   I
��       . . 1 *
..Name of Apulteantin.-full'
.Dale. March" 8th, 1913 ��� '    ;
u '   '   "' ���'    ' !
. L\N D REG 1STR �� AQT. ���   'I
,In t��k ;MA*ri'Bit -nf an applies.-.
,Uon for a'.f/e-sh Certificate of Tide
,to Lot 54, [M<��r* 811] Towneiie of
Oourlenay.'      '    ,   "
NOTICE is;hereby Mv^n of.my
intention at the expiration of one
calendar, mouth .fiom the first puh-
licaliim'.hercof to issue a fiesh.Oer-.
tifi.iate of Title in lieu "of the Ct-rti.
-, ,:��       t       i- - -
ncate-pf   Title   us-jed   to  Jb-eph:
McPhee on the SO* li of March 1JJ05,',;
_q i\/-l_��, 11 tvi I ,*irfu}_J (1Gonr*!���.-. l��!-K���V, ~ ^.
-���**.*�����..".-��. vi.Ai-.jC. *yv.�����v/f/ vl/v7,-n-u ii$u���liab
(beeii lost.
.Pa'cd  at,L.a-ad .Regiitry .Office.
vVictoria, .B." C, }his  21st day of
�����m��-4�� ��� m^^ttatajm^^ytga-fHan,^ t**a - tm\.
imva ����'i. Wi warn. t+\-**m an*.
The purest and best BHKR, aud
made iu Cumberland.
Ill on
December 1912.
S  'Y: -VVOOTfCOJf.   ,
Registrar General of Titles.'
The Courtenay Hotel
Eviry convenience for gucsta.
Tho Coutial HoUl .for Sportamon
jNono bin the Best ��f Wines and Liquors
at the rtar.
J.   "N.   McLEOD      l?i=i03=*iiXETor.
', EiiRlish.4 x BUftTON.iUwuys ou tap      aliw, tho fumons MILWAUKEE
BBKiR-J���Anheiuor, Bohamiau, Solilta.&o.      .'��� OLD GUEY BEARD"
SCQTUH WHISKY, B?et Wines and Liquors of all kinds
-. ..
Tho itowdiug aud Lodging I).partment. under the, laitncdiate aupcrintendcnoo
will t)j iou.-.d First olaa-i in every rcspeut.;;
i!��l 00 por day upw      0
s' Dried Grains
Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds
Vancouyer Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.
^    Distributors \N frNAIMO.' B. C.	
BflaaBiaft(WBrV7-?gg^ fmu^mNifSiiMmammSALlJ^Jimmafl/iifLU jwawc^y
offer . )'ou   a safe .and   sound    investment, with- a.
good return on your money as well as an enhanc-.
ed value  from now on. "      :-
A Company with   No Promotion Shares.
ACompany. with it-5    own ..fiscal agency.
A Company   that .will ..look, solely to  the well fare
of its shareholders. ,  Shares are now selling at $i
for all   cash,   or   on   the   easy   instalment   plan.
Call op send for a Prospectus to-day
I The   Mercantile- General   Agency,    Ltd."
5 Selling Agents for Canadian -Loan & "Mercantile Co., Ltd*
6 "'���* Head  ofBces':
207, 208, "269 Uniou Bank Buildiag^Conier NTew aud" Gov't.,w Streets,  Victoria: "B. C.
Phone" 3243 .. Geo. Abbott, Managing Director.
��� w"iri*r~- ni-tr rrrnnwi mwriiwur 11 i nun. Main
"We Build; Homes and Make Loans."
To when it may coaccrn'.-*
TJii.-i in lo notify llie pubiic
that all freight charges on bonded goods cleared nt Union Iky
for the I'oiuox Valley must be
paid before good-* can bc ioi ward
ed. Hy order
Cnnadinu Cplfinrics punsmujr]
The Civil llnuli.iK Jiuiml;/.
. I'liiioannd 1nv!8oriiM*sU��or,hii!ii
.V7C nat-viMU1 >>i()aiii, tarU-oii no'-s
!***��L mI in nlil Vein". (Vrf�� Srrr-
ow. IhbUUtt, Mfntfit nml 7.V*3/�� Wnrg, Ik?
yoiiH'MU. iV'jriifi/ Wthkntu. lAni/wion*, Rpr
tiwlorrliiw, ami-liPni* c/Al.imcf r Rue****.
J'j-U-oi! jK.rlwiK.Plxrur'iS. OneulllpiuaMS,r.ic
uirivu-u. Si/lJ-t/ all crtuwui-it-r iii.-.Jli-'l )o
���Join ftlk.'. 011 r-wlnf. of \ttfto. Am';��'��'Met
nnilnljrtr. \tnaVi��oU MoOlaln* Uo.
v��,.��;.< tV!*r'*Art Turanlfidflt
erln WiitC'^r\
1   in,
*. , >   .   l -m,* ���
Little cubes of metal
Little tubes of ink,
Brains and the printing presse
Make the millions think,
There is no better way of making the people think of you than
by placing an Ad in The NEWS.
Sayward Land District.
Distriot of Sayward.   ���
-   TAKB NO I'lC.E,U,;(HGeDrge Stucke, of
New York, N. Y., ocoujj.'ition   engineer,
ii-teails to epply kr |uriniasi->ii to pur-
tliuBii   iho   following  'dei-t-iil-cil limdai���
Ooiiimoneing at h pout planted 20 chaina
eontli of tlio Bcrth-cuat ooriior of Kit Oo-l,
tlionuu oust -20 ohtiiut-, thenco north  -10
ohiiins UiOiK-o  wont  '20  cliniuo,   tlicuce
south 40 ohaina to point of coiimicnco-
m';jiit contnui'ng 80 acroii iu< ra ov Uuf.
Piiliur M/Oii6kinN, Ap,out.
Uato Juno lOtli, JUI'J.
Skyward L.iud Dint.iot,
Distiict nf S ������yward.
TAKBXOI'IlK '-lut Coorgo OLirleu
Ston , nf Now tfuilc, X. V'., occupation
clirk. intends to app'y for poniiiuatoi tu
purchiKO tlio following docrihed lundu:--
Coiniiionoiiif- ut 'I punt plitiiU'd -JO chainn
vo.t md SO oliniiiH n r'h if tho noith en"t
co-jut of lot IJ51, llii'iico onut 40 chuiiJH,
Ih'uici.* HCiith ','0 cliuniB tliuuce wvnt ii)
tlinn.H, tii u c n rill 2(1 cliiiiui lu -JOint uf
(jtiininonoaint'iit ci'iitiuuiu,' tiO uorc*�� mom
or lo����.
Finlicr M, G-ii'iuiH, Ajjo-ii.
Pot-* Juno Wih, 1014
^aywariW^ai'd District.
Diitri'*t ol Siyward,
TAKH;,A'OTICK �� th��� fc   Hairy   Alfred
Ilo 8, of Now York, -Now York, occupation oleotricinn, iiileiuloto apply fvrprmus
uioti to -jiuruiiaiion to pureliaBO the folios-
ing dcucri'jed Innd---.-���("oui'menciiis- at a
post pUvnlod lit tliOjfloutU onst corner of
tlio north wofj1; quurttr of lot 5S3,  ilu-nci'
���iP ohiiinsopst, tlieuco  40 cli'iins i*orth,
thoucc40 chninB'w(iil,  Ihcin;.- JO  chains
south topiiuluf coni'i'ion'oonieut t'liijiain-
iug 160&croj iiioic >n* Iha,
"'    I.IKNKV  ALl-Hr,J.i   J'JliSiJ
0     . ' J.*'*-H!-cr M. (jmkin', Ajjout.
Dat��'dJuue2Ub, 101U.
N'lyMird Liu id Dint riot.
lliHtilot i-.f J-Jiyv-ftrd.
TAKE NOTICK tlmt ClnirliM lVrmy of
Vano^uvor, II, C.j oooii-mtinn (iiwitruonv,
intoiidi to apply f*r  pcruiiiHiim to  pur-
OiUISJ tllO'/olIowillJf ':  lll'MJl IbiXl    lllllllni������
(.'oiiimoncinc at n powt plnntdd lit Hi
���Simth oaiV. norncr of lot 673, lho1 <m wen-
���Klcliftinn, tlu-ncc Homh 8li��lidnn, iIkkou
eiiKt-lOcliiilmi. tln'i.ci ii����r li 8) i-'iiiiuii to
point of oiiiiimi'iiutMiiuiii oj'Dl.iiiii. (f '.i'M
iiorii*nmro  or h.*��u,
r "lu*   M   \. , It'.;..*   A  .':;!.
]\\\M .Tun-10 Vll'l'i.'	
.Saywhrd Laud DiuUJut.
Di.trict tf Si.ywaril.
TAKE NOTICE tint Jol* Ar har Dalx,
of Now Yoik, New York, ��� ocui^itiou dwk
iutei-di to apply for p��'nni:*iiiin to pur
ohino Iho .foll'jwing (kscribel I-uidi:���
Con.moocing at a pot plnuicd at ihe
Houlh-oa.it comer of Leaeo 40, IheMe
south SO chains, tbunco wct-t 80 ��}ii*iiia,
thenco noith SO chuiiiti, thuico o��tl 80
chiiiiis to poi.t of coiDmouotUiUit coatuju
iug UtO aeie-i mcio or lccfl.
Fialwr H. datktim, Agout.
D.��te June 24th, 1U12.     ���
fynywarii Li-nu Uiutnc-t.
L'istriot ol itiiywurd. ���
TAKK NOTICE ih-'t Walter BcaV,|J
list, of Now Vi.rk. No^* Yoik
occupAtion lubonr, 'hitfiudi in ft".*ply
fo;* iicrinicji.m to puieWiNu H,e ('jlloviicj-
ilctciil'id IiioJi.':���tloniiucnu tf ut. u iu.,i
plan tod 120 ch-iin*- wa-.t no-i 10 chi-.iun
north of tno uouUi-nant coiner of Leano
���Ifi, th'Jico i-fji'ih SOnh iii��, Uiei'O uit-MJ
oh.'iiuH tii. uwi not th W cli(iir.��, thwi.oe
west 40 chiiins tu point of coiimHiic.'Uiom
cuit.iaiinjf 8'.'0 ucrui moio or lo>(,
Fulioi' \i. ClttHkiti->, Aboiii,
Dati>Juii'j24t'i, III I'J,
14* )L-(��*t��(f aj Mifvomw
��� liriMWMl
Spoilsmens Goods
Genera! Hardware
Saywnrd ]y\ d Diiitiict.
DLstrct of Wajwaid.
TAKK NOTICK, that William John
Sullivyu, Now Ynilr, N, Y., oocnpnt'oa
clwk, inteud�� to ipply fnr penni'i-i*-.*!! t->
purohahfi tho followin-,' tho*followiii(j dot)-
orib.d landoi���Conuiiuucit n ut a pout
jilantod 10 oliniuii nouth from lho noutli-
oatt corner ��f lui fi70 (oil post .*)7 J) thoiicw
nirth SO ffhuiiiH, ih"iioo onat 80 olniit.i-,
tl'Onoo Houtli 80 chu.ns, tlionttfl wes-t SO
elminn, to point of co.innancuiii< ut, con-
ttii;;iil'{ 010 nurPH lllnin or lew.
Fi-lmr M. Ci.iukin-f, Ayuut.
l)atoJnno2Lit, l��l'.',
fjiiywnnl Lmd IJ rttiijt.
Lliutrict of ���"���J-ywinl.
TAKK NOI'ICE Unit Wllliaui AiiKiiust
UlflOkntli of Now York, N. Yv, oouiipii"
lion cliir!', Juti'inln to cpvly for jH-rmiiiHuui
to piuohti'o tho followliitf duncriU'1
liud:-Commcin'iiitf nt n iui.il iihiutri)
W) i hnit.fi o ni ninl 40 I'liitlcH north <>l tin-
���inrili-v*uit l'Oiikt of lot 53'J, tii'iuo i'oit
���V) cha'ti'i moro or lou*-, to lot 551, tlioiici-
40 ohuiiifl louth u'o $ i'iu-1, I'dinidiiry it
lot .Wit thenco cr.ut SO ulmiii',- m.iru or V.-ni
to lo,iu�� 411,   Ihouco north 40 I'liiiin:)   to
I Olllt Ol     0 iliiUiVittCiiiUUt    Vi'iU^UIII^,'     .l-J
v-��'.i,-|  illi.tU V'*  .i.'.*.*!,
I'tthwr M.'.h>!.iof, Af-vo'.
D.,to J uuo WUi, iOI'J.
����� [   f II*,' *    ,
-.  *J --j-^.-**.*   ���*.�����������.�������������*   -k'b^  ���<���'<*,+>
Uihtriot ofii-'iynnri).
TAKK NOTICK Unt t^nrlm Hcsry
lli*n>, <f N-iw York, N. Y.. iccuplii'ii
(mIi-iui'iii, l it oil* to I'Ppiy fgr p rniUn'rtn
t" j��.ircl��i*w the {g'lowiuj; tincri'uc.l .uni-;
C'-mm., i/.'-y, at �� \i *���.'. v,'.;���.;,''.:,i nt tl i-
uwtil 0'Wt unriwr of I t  ti'u', tliu*'*> i-Ortli
-.mi ��� his oii, tk'".ic�� wii-t .i> i.i.iiin*i tii.*-.-'!') -iroir* -tf.'i,
���t'C t i filelilif-.-ill   |i>i* ullDwillV*   >nltl*
Any pp.i-i-yit or por-soju, outliog,
ruinovjiig yr Utkltig any Myck^
limber or woml, ofttoy dceariptiyJti
jelfjiij.-iiiij; lu Um Wcliiugtvu (ioi-
iii.'i*V to'y., urfmiu jr ntf lli�� l��ml
of tlio ."iiiil Coiiipiujy, or nnyoue
tip|iing*rubbisli of nny dcacriptioii
anywhere upon Uie uoinpoJiy'n
iudJ \*��!il w jjivsccuit'iJ to tbe fuij
tixtulit ol tt-y luw,
Getiei'iil Afurm'ger,
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Haste Quito Unnecessary
Tin.*, cvoiiiiiB wns ihimi) ;uul old und
ft>SB>\ mni the- Uoi-.- Sandy Muesreg-
'sor, whilo u-iUkiiiK iiljsoiil-n'iindertly
.���iloim ilu- si reel,, foil heavily. Into a
ckvp hoh> which hnil just hoen niailu
!.iy���(n'(h'.' of iho local sanitary author!-
lie-i. ���
l*'or :i Ii-hk while the K.iv. Sandy
��lriii*1-j,l-Hl in ���.M'-ipo. Thi'i dcs'i'ilr-
inujly In** lu'unu tn *-hoiii Tor hi'ln. A,
pa.ssliiK luhorcr heard hi*- erie.***, unit
louliinj; down Inlo the hoi'.1, asked
who  \.;is iheie.
Thi- iiiiiiislt'i' iiil'unimd liitit, hut in
return, ri-a-lvi*d only men.ure comfort.
UV-.-1, wool, siild Ihe laborer, yo
rioedna kick up sir:' a nolsi.>, ' You'll
nn' l'i> needed a Tore ihe '-"nwbolh, and
-.his is only Wi'ilin-.sdav  nlchl!
Of Course the Boy Won
Friday al'i'ernoon. Mr. tlrissoii was
busy, .and be-ln;*, iiarlleiilarly niixious
to get away, irom tho otilciv f-reatly
resented the arrival of visitors.
Still, business Is biisinei.s and word
luiU come ui> Hint there was n. gentle-
.man downstairs wuiiinjj to see him ou
an important matter. .So Mr. Grig-
sou swallowed his resentment aud
hade ihe messenger brin-- uii the gentleman.,.
The j-onllchi'in entered���a cheeky-
"looking little whipper-snapper, four
feel nothing in his -foolcs.
,Jli', ("irisson glanced al him angrily.
What, the dickens do you mean by'
���saying you want to see me on lin-
povlani l-iislness, lie thundered. ��� Aro
you the boy who was here a-week
or so ago looking for a joh? -
��� Ve.-s,  sir.
Then what the��� began Mr. Greg-
son, now purple, in the face. But the
youth  interrupted  lilm. .
Vou said then, sir, he remarked
c-allnly,- Uiat you wanted an older boy.
Thai's why 1'vj come hack again now,
Minard's Liniment usj^toy Physician*:
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A_Guaranteed.Article ,
Two travellers in life fireproof safe
line were .soliciting ordprs from a mcr-
cliant. who decided to bestow his order upo:i (he one whoso advocacy
proved (he most counnc'iij-*.
Well, remarked ^Number One, a cat
was pul ia oiis of our safes, ami a
fire raided all rouiul the safe for 2A
hours and the animal came-out allvo.
A cat was out iu one of "our safes,
Number Two". ���~TlTerT'"TlIF
saTo stood iu a fire for -IS Injurs and
tlie animal was taken out dead!
Ah! snorted Number '"One triumphantly.
Ves, added Number Two,    Tha cat
' was frozen to death.
Number Two c,oi ihe order.
Relief from Asthma.���Who can do-
scribe the complete relief from suffering which follows the ubc of Dr. J.
D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy? Who
can express lho feeling of joy that
comes when ir.o soft and roiuIo Influence iclieves the tightened, choking
air lubes! It has madonast'imatlc affliction a thing ot tho past for thousands. It never falls. Good drug-
Bipts everywhere havo sold it for
yen rs.
They Now Think More and Say Less
ftnys French Scientist
M, Dulmdoui, a French Scientist,
has recently given out. some slarrllng
facts, which appear lo show that the
tendency, of woman to talk Is actually KfoWilis i0SS) .md t|KU jf [],|S alarming decline keeps up the woman of a
thousand years from now may ho
man's silent partner, speaking seldom
and only when words are absolutely
This strange change, he suys, can
he explained In several ways. ' For
that ihero has been !a change-'I have
no longer any doubt, after my extended observation, not only iu France,
hut,In America and Knglaud, and llnly and Spain. Women aro not the
persistent, unlimited conversationalists lhai iliey were twenty years ago.
Take for Insiancc, women In restaurants and ut public places of all
kinds, where they uro . seen freely
irtovlng about with mon, h'very-
whore yon see the men taking not
only their own share In ilu*., conversation, hul. oven leading it In many
cases. At receptions, too, and at
public dinners, tho fair sex seems, for
some iline, now, to be lotting Uio reins
of conversation slip from their hands,
One explanation for this (|ueer slate
ol" affairs Is that women, with tholr
��� growing interest Jo outside doings, in
business and polities, and in tho strenuous pursuit of careers independent
of men, are becoming more and moro
solf-ahsorbed. A woman whose mind
is occupied with some burning question of the day, or who Is greatly eon-
cernul over the success of her next
busine*?**; venture, or ihe popular approval of her latest book or picture
or song, is not nearly so likely to
keep up a running fire of light conversation as l.er more care-free sister
of twenty years ago. '���
If the man she is with shows an
inclination to talk she Is more than
willing to let htm. Jt gives her
greater opportunity to follow out her
own train of thoughts, while outwardly she pretends lo dri'nk in every word
that he t-iiys.
The old-fashioned woman ,was not
interested iu seli'-advaheemont. Neither did, her own affairs absorb her,
She chatted ou constantly, sometimes
interestingly, cleverly,' occasionally
even brilliantly, but always more or
or less superficiilly. Now sho is-in-
cores ted moro deeply * in things she
does not seem able to talk, about
them so readily.
M. Dubiidout claims to have spent
over a "year studying this question,
and to have gathered actual statistics,
first hand, 'from watching- men and
women hi different parts of the world.
Guaranteed by the maker and
. guaranteed by every McClary dealer to
be the most efficient heater money will buy---yet   ���
it costs no more than an ordinary furnace. Fills the
house with pure, warm air, even in the coldest
weather and consumes very'little fuel Write to,',
the nearest McClary Branch if you do not
know the McClary dealer of
your locality.      5r'��
Entertaining  a  Czar
Tonmy Knew
The teacher was endonvorl.ij* to Illustrate to her pupils the LssoclaMon
ot different species of life'with common substances.
For Instance, she explained, you will
always iind plants where there la soil,
birds where there are trees, and bo
on, Now can anyone tell me what
we ns.--oc.lato with fish'.'
Suddenly, with llie velocity of an
aeroplane, u hand shot up from the
hack row, It w.is the property of
Tommy ,lone.-<, Please, mlsd, I
know, piped that worthy.
Well, was the teacher's query.
Chips, was (he unexpected reply.
Might Make ,i Mlotske
I have oft nu stood in a slaughter
liow.'v", observed lli;�� lleshy man from
Chicago, while flic hiil^lK-rs wero kill-
lu,; hog.- on all  side;- of ilio
Oh, exclaimed ilie lender-henrled
I ui ineiless New Haven girl, weio'nt'
ynti dreadfully -.Iraid?
A Record In Lnziness
The laziest man Is reported In Ar-
kiiin-iiiH, when1 he condtieis u slum
more in 11 llltlo lown, A woman
������ii'i'i-cil his shop inn* day und ual1!
she u mil oil lo buy a pair of shoes,
Th.' lazy man who was Hitting ou a
)u>\ ar one end of lib estagllshnuiit,
looked ui her, yawned wearily, and
ihen said: I cjiu'l wait on you to-day.
t'ciinc in si/ine ilinw wlu-ii I'm i.tniKllng
Wanted to be Realistic
She could not see Ills face as ho
knelt and asked her to bo his. She
was glad of that, for sho did not wish
to know how much suffering ho:- refusal caused lilm,
She told him as gently as she could
thnt their lives could uoi bo linked together; Ihal, although sho admired
him and esloomed him, she fell thn!
It would he risking his future as well
as her own to consent, to a union
where she was sure no aflluily existed. It was u touching speech, and
sho threw so much heart Into It ihat
she did not: observe thai he was taking
notes in shorthand. When she had
concluded he arose and put. bis nole-
book in his pocko'r, Kxtending his
hand, he remarked, genially:
I'm ever and over so much obliged
to you,   ���  ,
You said It lo nicely, and I'm under
a thousand obligations, I'm writing
a novel, and I have a sccho in which
a girl refuses to marry a man. I
was anxious to avoid tho stereotyped
style of depicting such Incidents and
make it realistic You're the seventh girl I have proposed, to, and every
one of the others accepted me. It
you had said: Yes, I think I'd havo
been completely discouraged.
There ought to bo only one head to
any  family, shouted tho orator.
That's truo replied a married looking man in the audience.
You agree with mo? shouted* tl.o'
, I,<lo, replied the married looking
man; l'vo just paid for hats for nine
daughters. ���
Shakespeare '������ij'.i ili.��i-�� nr.-' (.ermons
III   htOIK'H.
And object   lessons,  added  th�� mil-
liai,'. wiiffruiii'lte, In  windows.
mil iist-ITS-wwr org���oi r~ tlve���n er-v es-
to be host to the* Czar of All tlie Uus-
sias. When King * George * arrived
in Herllu io attend the wedding of
the Kaiser's daughter and Princo lOrn-
est. of Cumberland he was accorded a
popular welcome.' '"Jle rode through
lanes of people and 'Hock!' and''Hurrahs!' and what display of soldiery
there was, was suggestive only of tho
porno and circumstance of militarism
not of its grim force. But what a
difference when the Czar came.
Jn a twinkling the capital was transformed Into an armed camp.* For
twenty-five miles along the rail-road
track, soldiers with loaded rides stood
at Intervals of fifty yard's. Troops
were massed in tho station, In every
nook of which lurked policemen,
while dlsgulsoil detectives served as
porters, and tho station approaches
thronged with a gay crowd when the
King nnd other.notable guests arrived, were swept clean of spectators by
the police as with a broom. From the
station the imperial guest '.'as driven
to ibe palace belween lines of soldiers
standing shoulder to shoulder, with
llxed bayonets, along a loute literally
swarming with police,   '
This is what It Is to entertain the
Autocrat of All the Uusslus, the
world's mosl iibsoluto ruler, over
whom hniifis always the shadow of
assassination. II taxes even royai
hospitality to entertain a Czar, hul.
the visli of Nicholas J I., may serve
the useful purpose of giving fiorninns
an excellent object lesson In the workings of autocracy,
Introducing Him
A Ki'iilloinnii was once advertised
lo sIiir nl a charity concert presided
over by a city roiiiK'llloi���a Hclf-inado
The flrst song was 'The Owl,' On
lining lo announce It the chairman was
Interrupted nml Informed llmt iho
singer hml not arrived, n fact that he
duly notllled to the audience*.
A little later, however, the missing
baritone madr IiIh uppoarniu'o, nnd
was observed hy ihe worthy elmlriuiui,
who culled on lilm without delay.
Jim the Mnger hud liurrlnl, nnd had
| nol recovered his hrentli, so, with upol-
ngles, UiIm fact was suitably explained
aud another nrllsl requisitioned.     Ar
leiimli the ImrUono was quit.' ready.
The councillor rose, uud quit*' liino-
ccutly liiai'iMJiIlt* A    t In"    long-await ml
."inger by   announcing   with    marked
I ciiiillileuce:
I    Mr. 'Ainpiou will now A.vur us with
l die loiig"il for 'Howl.'
' Xo other medicine will so quickly
cure colic as will Baby's Own Tablets.
They regulate the bowels, sweoten tha
stomach and drive out every t.-ace of
this trouble._ "ConccrTnngTlTer*n*"lvlTHT
Win, A. Smith, Rockhaven, Sask.,
writes: "I like Baby's Own ""Tablets
and alwaj'3 keep them In fho house.
Whenever my baby has colic, I glvo
her ii couple of Tablets and sho Is
soon well again. I know of no other
medicine -for little ones to equal
'them." Tho Tablets are sold hy medicine dealers or by mall at 2f> cents
ft box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvillo, Out,
Wc, * bcx or lU '���.kci. tar 12.50,
j* Ml c'f-ilers, or Tha Dodd* Medicine Com-ja.'y, Llmltc*-*,    Tor^.nj,
| Peacocks an'rl Turkeys
In a Hinull vlllago lived u gentlt'inan
, V.'IIUsi'    llrtdii-1     i. ilit     '  wii...'.,    ....-I    J,I ������>
;;.'   .>'   hnlihy   ���'������'I'i  "'."  '���V<*'*'",\lr*   nt 1ur-
I'-'.v*' of which he always kepi, n inrge
miar.tlty In a paddock In front of hia
, 'iouho   '-'Ijoiiihig   iho  i-o.i(lw,-jy   iihit-h
1 was a greal uiiriictluii to ihe jiulillc.
Ouk  day   a   UMVeller  rii'-sllig  that
���ivri'i, ",iiiii^,ii-.'i ,.,.,, i, '.,,', ,,, ,.- - ;1.��-
��� wan watching their aiitlf.i nnd aslied:
Whoso turkeya nre ihc-i-e? |!
I    A  youth responded���Thoy're    Pea-
i i'oek'd.
;    Travollo-���I a.'ikail whoso    turkeys
* iwo thoao.
yo'!'!'--Thm-'r*  rp.irork'-i,
;    Traveller  (excited  nml boxing tlio
��� .unri's .-nvs)���You yomint fool, do you
', t'.i'.nk I c.i.-\'t to\\ iKacocltq from vir-
; koya.
Tired of Waiting
' Piulclloton and Mudmore-were met
lo decldo stiprewaoy nt cricket, and
Iho newly-elected captain of the Pud-
dletonlana, to signalize Ihe honor done
to him, was .defraying the cost of a
hot'luncheon, This repast'was to bo
taken at lho elos:* of the lirst Innings
nnd things looked promlslr.j*, for nu
early meal until tho last- two Mud-
moro biTtBioon took it into their heads
to offer a sturdy rnslatanep lo the
home bowling. This fact seemed
particularly disquieting to it stout man
In a V'hltu iiprcn, who stood nt. tho
cntrnnco to tho pavilion signalling to
tho home umpire,
How's that? bellowed thn howler, at
length, ad the ball struck th�� batsman
on tho hsud.
llout, came tho reply,
llout! cried Ihe batsman, scornful,
ly.   Well I'm dono.
Yes, snapped the umpire, and so's
tho million, guv'nor. I ain't goin' to
out clmlen. for nobody,
To those About to Wed
For the bonelll of prospectivo bridegrooms, n vicar has proposed several
don'ls, Whatever* you do. ho says,
don't spoil everything on the woddlng
day by telling your wife what ripping
tans your mother makes. Swallow
lho-bride's pin, tell her it's a dvoani
of delight, and then lake a pill on the
When you marry a woman don't Imagine that you know her. You'd be
a fool If you did. She knows you
right enough, or she wouldn't marry
you. .lodge a person hy Intellect,
nu her than lulk. I'd buck Disraeli
any dny against Jack Johnson, Because a woman Is well dressed, it does
nol follow thai she k, clever; some
stylishly-dressed women nro fools.
Don't judge l.er hy her lips or nose,
or the quality of her, dimples, but hy
intelligence and goodness.   ���
The vicar fold an amusing story of
a good-living lass who was asked by
a chap sl'tling noxl.to hor in a railway carriage whether she believe I
every word lu ihe Bible. She said
she did.
Surely, tho man exclaimed, .vou don't
believe Ihat .Icniih was swallowed by
a whale?
I do, she answered. When J got to
heaven I'll ask him about ll.-
But suppose he's : ot In heaven'.'
said the man.
Then you ask lilm, the girl replied.
Obliging    Him
Arthur Roberts, the famous comedian, like ih'ost celebrities of the stage,
was from time to lime pestered by
would-be aclors who had an.idea that
thoy were born geniuses. One young
man was particularly persistent In his
attempts to sea Mr, "Roberts, und
wrote to him frequently asking for advice as to how he could get.on the
stage. .
"Mr. Itoberts politely advised him to
give up tbe Idea, but the young man
would not do so, and began haunting
the Ltagp-door of tho theatre, until ut
-ia*a.t_t_ho comedian could stand Lt no
longer. The aspirant "was *lWrfiM*"Tu"
one evening, and Mr. Itoberts met
hlni on the stage aftPi" tho fall of tbe
cui'liilu. x
You aro tho gontlon'mn who wants
to know how lo get. on the stage? ho
said. Well, Isn't lt simple?- Isn't
it easy? You're on it now! No, not
a word of thanks! I'm delighted
I'm sure! You'll IInil find it just as
easy to gel. off. ' Good-night, After
that ho was left in peace.
You can
have a
the ,
day if
you iise a
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Furnished with I, 2 and 3 burner's, with shelf and
��� racks for keeping food hot, and indicator on oil tank.
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The oi lie .* morning ;*-. warder entered
a cell und found the prisoner had nor
finished his allowiiucc of lire: d, and
was trying to hide il, Tho wnnler
Imiuediuiely throw I; uni of Uu* window, ro inn rkl nn lluil ll would do for
Ihe bird* to pick, and \x,uvo the prisoner his supply ol' oakum to do, He re.
turned some lime Inter lo collect the
prisoner's work, hul found him asleep,
and upon reuKiiiHii'dlluu with him, -tmi
lmiuli'liij; .where his work was, received ilin followln'*, reply.
Well, kuv'iioi-, yer see you threw
my bmilifnst out of the window, and
\ threw Iho oakum. If Un' birds
en11 pii'li my broad thoy can pick my
oaluitti, too!
A Tiffin, Ohio, man once discovered
ln MUihiifh n sad-faced III Ilo lUrl wllh
a (hiil'ul of mud. Mlip was slandli)*-
iu a shellf*rrd corner of a urocery
Blniv and Vi'iin from time to time peer-
Ini" around down the street.
Who nr" ;-'oii wnHlii!',' for, llirle jjlrl,,
iiskeil the man,
iim,.,*',,  n"!U'!',ti't   iinii��?  iml-'vl  fhr>
mnn with a slunlllniui Klauco at the
mud ni uie i-liifii ,-i ii.iiid.
Xoihiu'. Don't, you Jiia-.v t.he',-1
(���h"'�� i)U''f>:> of Ilio .Mny?
A Household Medicine,���They that
are acquainted wllh the sterling
properties of Dr. Thomas' Ecleclrlc
Oil In the treatment of many aliments
would not be without It in the house.
It Is truly a household medicine."and .as
It is effective- In dealing with many
ordinary eomplalius lt ia cheaper than |
ii doctor. So, keep it at hand, as the I
call for It may como most unexpectedly.
Served Him   Right
At a local cricket match in a village
not, fnr from Durham tho captain oC
from tho crack howler of the visiting
eleven, received n sharp crack on tho
knuckles, As the batsman danced
rcund tlm crease lu obvious pain ii
small boy In the crowd was heard to
exclaim;  Servo him right!'
.You shouldn't talk llko that, my
lad, observed an old g?ntloman, reprovingly. The man's hurt, yen
Von, Aa knaw, retorted tho young-
ter, an' ll'll teach 'lm what a rap o'er
lho kniickli'.i Im like.
The hat.sm.Mi was tho village school-
mast nr.
MustHave^-Grumbie-T��� ���
1 have a complaint: to make.*.
It was a guest at tin "seaside hotel
who spoke. ���
Whai is it? asked the potito proprietor.
My room, said the angry guest, is
comfortable, and the bed Is,soft.
But, my "dear sir���
The bathing is actually good, and
the London newspapers reach hero in
three hours.
Why, 1���   .     '
The table la good, nnd the waiters
do not expect to be tipped,
But sir, 1 don't see���-
ln fact, the place Is dcllghttli.il, and]
your hill last week didn't hear a sln-j'
gle thing that I had not hud, I can't;
stand It!
But what do you moan',' 1 have
purposely arranged everything for the
comfort of my guests, and thought I
had dono all ln my power.
That's the whole dllucuUy. Kvery-
thing's so. good that I, can't boliovo
It's true, and I Ho awake all night for
something to happen and my dream
ho home side,' In playing a fast hall Jo ond.     I'm fretting myself 111 oyer
Human Nature
HIio begun her career selling filrws
for McKnight--
Grant  ytrcet entrance, first lloor, to
iho right;
And  quite often al   night sho would
go honii.* nud cry
Over what sho must stand from the
peopltj who buy.
ft, nud if you can't glvo mo something
to grumblo about pretty soon I'll havo
to pack up and go homo!
When the new girl from tho employment agoncy had duly presented her
references and tho mistress hud read
them'over, she regarded tlio girl with
a stern eye.
I am not satisfied with tlies.-** refer-
.ences, sho finally said,
"   I'm not, nyothor,  mum,    said    ihp
frank   Celt,   but.   they're  the   bcsl   I
could gel, mum,
She (rending"!���And so they were
married, and that was the last of
their troubles,
Ho (sotto voli'u) Last, but not
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Send for our application forms.
Do you need Land ?
Send for our list and terms.   ,
Do you need an Executor?
Send for our Will. forms supplied free.
Do you need an Administrator?
Confer with us if deceased left
no Will.
Do you need an Assignee ?
Confidential interview invited
and best advice given without fee.
Agents wanted In all'Unr.presented Districts
Apply to���
The Standard Trusts Company,
directing your letter simply to its
offices Iti
Winnipeg,   Saskatoon,   Eclmonto.i,
or Vancouver
According to locality In which you
The Messenger Boy
Where are you going, senator? You
seem busy.
1 am busy. Got lo Iuko this package of soil ovor to tlm agricultural
department to be assayed, tlion 1 nnu.t
send some seeds' f,o one of my coitstl-
nienis. and llnd some summer hoarders for ii man who says he voted Cor
me In.-.I fall.
Defective Children
Mo iv i him -100,(1110 New York school
children are   annually ������ refericd    by
k-'ImoI   ntithorlllCH   to  physicians   for
medical treatment.
������Lord only
llui sin* married n hrokor
' knows how!
And slip's riding iironnd In a Llmoue
In" now;
And lho miles ladles   down   nt   "Me
Kiiiglit'ti all dcclnrp
Thai  she's moaner than anyon-? else
who shops there.
Accommodiitlnn Doctoi*
A man who had   Iiopii   nlllng   for. "  """"7
some time visited a new doctor. Afl-' Ualy's last census gave Homo u
cr oxamlnlng him and listening lo [K'Piilatloti In excess of fi'18,001), an lm
nn iiccount of his sympimils llie doc- croas.* in tea years of more than 75/
tor said; j1'011*
If yon follow these ruli-H I've wrll-.  ���������*
fen down, you'll soon gel woll. I Out of the Frying Pan
Ihu   l'vo  been  following  Ihem   for;    When  she  married  ton  years ag;>
a year, replied tho man after lie had ! slu1 Malc-,1 freely that  It was simply
lo avoid working for n living,
What, does rim do all the time?
Talie.-. can* of seven small children.
VI. tl.  U. 655
Like One Dlrd
,    Blohhi���Yn, I toi>k hfr out t-i sup-
i>.,r. :uil IV- Mi; r.T-ni*. i-i !U,^.
,"! ibh-i- -Why, ���.'!* ��ni,-| mo ah? ilhl
- '. i,ut ��.,it uTiy i..uro tha.i a bird.
Hlobb.---.Vrit, an fi-nilrh u a MrJ,
yta kn'*.'.'
Still Dclleve In Witchcraft
.';.   ���������   ;:;���   ; * * ' '   ' 1 Mi *.  r\,i l-.vn   v ,r'il
ih" holli'vor iu wllch'i,:I'r sl.'l -..els
hold of hair, null paring.- ami so forth
from an enemy's head and hands, and
burns, bucks or does Hometlilitg else
wiih them In order to onthll unpleasant coliseum ik-oh on ihat I'liemy, And
universal folkloiv ivveals (In* "jiicitii
of Httvjigivi to iiihpo*,** nt tin-ir own
lutir and nail clippings io prevent au
en-my iiniii g'-tllHi*. .M llu..i. Au���-
tialiati natiu girls ulio hmo lijid a
lock of hair stoh-u from th.-in oypect
speedy -Iciiih as a <-,'jluiuiy.
l.lilh* Sni'fih wan watching her
mother who was Ironing some Ilium,
��    ii  i,..,.,i ii-cvir to Iron,  mnminnV
I ^||fl rmlo'd.
1    I'retty hard souieUUUM, tho iiioui.f
The Hit^ girl wa** tlioumlilf,', n moment, then who oxelnlmed:
Oh, luiimiv.a, wouldn't It. ho fine If
,. #,, i,���.i rtv-rrtpl n Chlnnno lnutuiry-
Maglatn-iio ilo prlnonor)���Whnt nro
Prisoner -- A   dock   laborer,   your
waHh-up.   '
I coin-tni-l" flndlgnnntlyl���Why, he's
I hCircely ov r out of pfUon, jour v-ov-
I iM-inotifi ��� -WlII, I'm always br-Inc
��� fiontoiicivJ r��'i* 'ani labor ln tin* dock,
���w�� ir I ain't u dock laborer, wot am
read  them.      They're the same my
old doclor recommend!*!!,
(land thnn over nnd  I'll give you
,���' HOIIM* Otllel'.l. ,   ,,
"Oo  they  Hludy  tho
Thi'i'i' are no game laws to InteiTi'i'iv your f-on'i-t college?
wMh tho killing of time, *    Yes
three   It's
Itevetry, rclnxatlnu nnd rol
Shim's Monks -ind Nuns
In the M'veiitfeu pnj\iiic,.- of .-"lain
there nn* t'ci.'in.l    inoii*.***    ami    ikiim
conni-itfil v.'Hh the ii-uip|..��i of tin., tail ic ri'IK'i'n.
Whllt'���U'liat iiattie, iilcao?
W'iWfa. - A'.* ���....ir..i 11 h'.'.j',- vhyh'-r
to he prcpatvf to gr'ft yo'i ���with t��
Ms-- or jiut Miike yer ln:id.
the jjreat homo remedy which lins proved its power to
and ablo to ward off tho attacks of serious sicknesss*
navel* disappoint thoso who tnko fhem. Thoy help tho
digestion, stimulato tho liver, clear the kidneys and rctfti-
htto Urn bowels. By purifying- tho blood they increase
cheerfulness and create confidence. As actions depend
on health and strength, those who know Beccham'a Pills
Enjoy Life
Sal-I ��v��ry����h��r�� in L��md�� mi V. j.. Am-rLsi.   I.il��if.7ii,r.m��.
M THE NEWS.- CUMBJERLA3STD, Jj. C,  ���������tiy  \  HOME COURSE  IN FRUITS  AND BERRIES  HOW  TO GROW  GRAPES.  By GEORGE C. HUSMANN, P������  molopist., Bureau   ol   Plant   in-  diiftry, United State! Depart-,  menl ol Agriculture.  UAl'KS can lio succcssfull**"*  grown almost everywhere In  this country, result!- with them  depending largely upon tho selection,of viirletle.-i of the species suit-  ed to the respective conditions, ln ordinary practice grapevines are propa-  Rated from seed, from cuttings, by layering or tiy grafting. For originating  mow varieties seedlings must, of course,  he used. Tho Individual seedlings differ  to widely that they are seldom used  hy Uie Intelligent plnuteruvon for grafting slock.* ���������  Cuttings for propagation may bo  prepared al nny lime after the vines  have become dormant., Other tilings  beingequal, and If they are aflerward  flNKH GUAI-TKO ACCORDING  TO l'HK CI. It FT  CI UAH   MIMIlOO-lWO   SCIONS   A1*   MilT,  '    ONlt Ar   KIGUr. ������������������    .  Veil cared for, the sooner they are prepared after ihe vines have become dor-  niiinl llnrbetler. 'J"he length of cuttings  may vary from eight to twenty inches,  depending on lho climatic, and other  conditions'"of Ihe locality iu which  they arc to he planted. Usually tho  holler, nnd drier the climate the longer  ilieycutlings will need to be.0 They  ���������should always be made from ���������young,  well matured wood and preferably  -fTonf���������medium sT?;ca" short jornriju-;  wood.  ,'l o   make cuttings  cut close  below  the-lower butt, making the ciit some-"  what slanting, and leave about an inch  oi wood above the upper bud or eye.  Propagated by Layers.  All varieties ot the vino may bo  propagated by layers. The rotundl-  folia vines are nearly always propagated in tlilsoui'iiiner, but with ether.  Hpecica layering Is usually resorted to  only with varieties which do not root  readily from cuttings, In layering  choose caucs ol the last season's  growth, preferably those that start  iioai tin- base ol lho vine.  Ilencli grafting Is done on benches  m tables, usually Indoors during winter. Cuttings of resistant varieties  that root easily or good, young, root-  vi I planus nre usually bench grafted,  Tho grading or vinos growing In tho  nursery Is called nursery grafting!  This form of propagation Is usually re-  tinned i,o wllh varieties resistant lo  phylloxera that do not grow readily  (rum en III lifts, Hooted cuttings ol otli-  vi varieties nro grnltcd In thu mm-cry  iind resulting vliic,*- planted lu tho  Vineyard.  in vluoynrd grafting tho vines grow,  tug where ihuy "nro to remain aro  "���������rafted,  Selection of Scions.  The soleethui ami proper keeping ot  the scions,, for grading are wry Important. Medium sized, short Jointed,  lirin. well ripened wood should bo selected. Do nut allow lho scions to dry  inii, but hoop them dormant until need  tiy covering completely wiih lalrly dry  ���������(ind In n cool, dry cellar,  In all -grafting a Joining of lho In.  Tier hark of tlm Mode nml scion must  ho nc'OinpMMicil. This hark In thicker  nn tho stool- than on (hu scion The  union, especially In vineyard grafting,  iiciils lo liu closely observed when Hid  tu'lmiH iiro'*liinerlod, In honeh grafllng  ���������kIiiii* anil Ktni'l'H of llko (lliunclcr enn  tie fuli'ctrrt, making ponvlhlo such po"r������  feet grafliiiR thai lho Inner liiirlis Join  nt almost every point, nllowing tholr  knitting lo hui'omu easy and complete.  ; In liencli graft Ing tho rlslhlo and  fiilvcntltluus hmln are cut out of the  "cuttings used ns Moi-l-n fo a.*. In prevent  tit much iir posslhlo the rsprowtlnj: of  fuckers from tin* stocks iiftei tlioy nm  I'i in tod.  fri' vineyard ffrnfiliift mtin.i nponilor-t  n ninnlli oi tn boforo pruning cul off  inc.    : iii t    "���������  '  rhnvr v,Ikmh tt I" to ho irrnftoi*) sn Mint  lho Mock mny hlood proru������ply. Wnlor  fprontR Unit ntlicrwlf's would npponr  nro thus to a cront ostent ellnilnntoil.  lu cleft grafting Iho vinos aro cut  i\n it ii nmnol'i nlnoo near nnrl profrr-  nhly n little above Hit nirf/iro of tho  ��������� ground uiiIprb It l������ dordrod to tniv-fthu  prafls f������-elntill*h thonwlve* on their  nun mot*, ns It nmkos Hip removal ot  waicr fprout** nnd room Marling rrotn  lho rcIoii much ���������fnulor find If-twrn tho  il.iiigot of InJurli'.R tho (���������clin tiofor������ It I*  ���������U. -oiiclily knlth-d to tlio fit.HU.  EUnch Grnttintt,  In bench crafting ������ month mirfnp*  tor crflfllnn l������ **H<l*<1 nhov������ n nod*  ���������nn the Muck. The node krep������ thp utortc  -irbh  unM'Uno   h-Mow  it   tlnrlnu   tlm  Rrnftlng procitiw. After cuttln-*; off tba  etoek, whether a vine or u cutting, spilt  It longitudinally wlth^ knife or shears  or, If a heavy vine, with a ehlaeL In  cleft grafting stocks not more than  an Inch In diameter the ghours can be  used lu making both the-horizontal ond  tho longitudinal cuts. To prevent tho  bruising of tho bark In cutting''-'keep ,-,  tho blade of tho shears,on tho, sido  where the sclou Is to be Inserted. To  prepare the scion cut with a sharp  knife n simple wedge, beginning at or  slightly below a bud and making u  long sloping,cut toward the middle  nnd a similar one on the opposlto side.  Scions of two eyes are preferable. To  Insert open Uie cleft nnd push the scion,  in (Irmly until the bud Is Just above  the upper end of lho stock, taking  care that the Inner barks of stock and  scion lit closely. When largo vines are ���������  unified It may.require a metal wedge,  to open ihe cleft. In large vines two  scions, one on each side, ure frequently  used.  Another favorite method with small  stocks, especially in bench grafting,  .wlieo tho dlameter of the stock IsAho  sumo or very little greater than that ot  the scion, Is the ICtigllsh cleft, split or  whip graft  The treatment given vinos during the  first years ot their growth largely.determines lho profit and pleasure to bo  derived from them, ir Improperly ���������  en red for during this period .satisfactory returns ,aro not obtained ufter- '  ward.  v.   CuttingB ond Rooted Vines.  if cuttings are planted aud the supply Is suitlclent two In each place increase the chances of getting a full,  stand. Should both cuttings grow oho  of thom can easily be pulled up without Injuring the other, To protect tho  cuttings from drying out plant them  ro that tlie top bud projects only u  tritie above tbo ground.  If rooted vinos, either plain or grafted, are used the roots should be cut  back*:to.three to four inches, depending on their vigor. (July one cane of  thetop should bo left, nnd this should  beccut back to two or three good buds.  If grafts are used all scion roots and  all suckers should be carefully removed. '  During the first year after planting  no pruning or training Is usually given, although it Is perhaps u good.plan '  with vigorous plants, especially if tbe  season Is propitious, to rub off all except tbe slralghtest and strongest ot  the young shoots that start. The following * winter tbe vinos ��������� should bef  pruned and staked before they start to  grow, tho size of tho stake nsed depending on tbe method of training  adopted.  WASN'T GOING INTO DETAILS.   .     THE VILLAGE SAGE.  A HAUNTED ROOW.  Vounoater   Felt   Ho'd   Snid  All' That  Was Absolutely Necessary.  Ono littlo four-year-old hoy who  doesn't live far from Central Pnrlr  West, New York, has as lils particular  playmate n , littlo girl of about tho  sauio age. The children' 'frequently  spend their evenings together, and tho  other morning the girl '������������������nine to tho  fence and called him.  "Alton," sho cried, "como on out an'  Play,"  Alton's  mother  heard tlio call  and  said to him:  "Tell her you can't eomu over just  now because you have to hike u bath."  So Alton went to the front window.  "Ells-nbelh," he called, "1 can't como  over now."  Thon ho turned, back to lils mother  and added:  "I don't link (he rest of It need bo  saldcd,"--Fun.  Tense, Mood and Gender,  ' A. somewhat angular, severe looking  Kplnslcr was standing on Hie station  platform outside a mull conch'. Inspcct-  1ns. with undisguised curiosity, the Ingenious net arrangement \vliloh Is ablo  lo. sweep In mall bags while the train  Is iu swift motion.  "Is she -working all right';" asked ono  of the olticials,  "Aye,, aye,   Mill,"  replied his  mate,.  when suddenly (he lady touched him on  the .shoulder.  "Why do you call ll'slieV " sho Inquired, ns usual a thirst for information.  "Hoeniiso. madam, il's.a mall catcher," re])lied Hie courteous olliclal,  And the sniff of the aiif-ular spinster  almost drowned the shrill whistle of  the engine, (hen preparing lo move on.  ���������London Answers.  Old Archibald Todd was llie village finer*,  1"ou couldn't fool lilm on a woman's nge.  There wasn't a thing in tho whole broad  land  "That Archibald didn't undcrslund.   '  And no man ubovo or below lho bo,1  Kvci- knew so-much aa Archibald Todd,  There wasn't n prizo Unlit c'or pulled od  That wusn't a* cinch for this old toff,  Ilo'd pick out a winner every tlnio  In an ofihand  wny  that wan  quite fiili-  llnie, - ' 'i  Tii* only UiIub that would spoil his-fun  Was lho fuel that ihu wi-ons man iilwny.i  won.   -  The weather was ever Ida slronts forto.  Ho always "(.-cooped" Undo Sam's report.  When his left hind  lot? would  acquire a  pain  He would prophesy it wood iwo days' rain.  liy   thu  words  of  wisdom   from  Archlc'ii  mouth t  The whole town Itnew llicro was to bo a  >    diouuht.  Old Archibald ItveJ Iouk In the land  And ruled lho country with tireless hntnl.  Tho old folks all listened to his advice,  Kor ll wuh lenlly beyond nil pi-Ice,  For   they   wei'u   sure   when   atlvleo   ho'd  s-prlnjr ������  Thoy could  i-afcly  bunk  on  the opposite  thin-,"' ,  ��������� Hlchiiioad 'l'!mes-Dls*ia(eh,  "The Man In Possession."  How to Knew the School.  A German writer has discovered  slsns by which to detect llie school to  which a painter belongs: If he paints  tlie sky sray and the grass black, lie  belongs to the yood old cltiwlcal school.  If he paints the sky blue nml the *,'ras.s  j-roen, he Is a realist. If lie paints  the sky green and Ihe gross blue, he.is  an Impressionist. If he [mints the.sky  yellow'and tlie grass purple, he Is a  colorish' If he paints tlio sky black  and the grass* red, he shows the pes-  sion of great decor-alive* talent. IC  you-can't tell lhe''sl;y from tbe grass,  he's a cubist.���������Christian ltcgister.  ,l V''*' ,   ���������     ;,i.f*  Sportsman (in * ditchl-IIi, hullo!  Don't jump here! This place is occupied!���������London .Punch.  _n,p ii...   iui������(*i   -.w,r  ���������n   -in^���������   ,-i.,...i,3     scnoni en  Why' Do the Men Wear Black?  Tho curate of a large anil fashionalilo  church iv as endeavoring to-teach the  significance   of   white   to* a 'Sunday  schooLclass "W-hy,L'_s.'iiil-liG,_"tlooa_i-L  Confused  In His Debts.  "lie must have a lot of friends'?"  "���������Why?'  "I loaned lilm .?n (he oilier day, and  Just a Utile .while ago'lie came iu and  tried 16 pay me .*?10."  ��������� "I don't see bow  that proves anv-  thing."  ���������"lie explained when I told him that  he owed me only".���������?."> thnt be had made  several touches on' the day 1 loaned  11 i ti j money, and lie thought 1 was one  of those wbo fell for the .'?10."-Detrbit  Tree Press.  No Ho-^e_Fi)r_Hi'ru  have erect, straight Ptt'ins, with two ���������  or more canes growing from the principal part, out of which the head or  crown Is to be formed and from which  the. growth of tbe vine Is to be renewed Iroin year to year.  To prune intelligently the age. size  and condition ot (he plant, tbe location,  climate, soil and other, features of Its  environment and the principles governing Its life must be considered.      '  A-'stntemcnt of some or tbo more lm-  portant of these life principles follows:  The sap (lows with greatest forco to  ihe outer extremities; the more up-  rlf-ht a brunch is the moro sap llowu  Into it; the sap when abundant nnd active produces wood; the more abundant  thu How of the sap the larger and later  the frnll; lhe ..ascending sap grows  richer tho farther It Hows; checking  the How of the sup inn lies the plant *  hear earlier and produces more and  richer fruit- The vine usually bears Us  fruit on new shoots growing from llie  wood of the previous yonr. Thu lime  fur" pruning l������ In winter, whon the  vines are dormant. They should not  he cut when frozen or whilo tho sap Is  Hewing rnpldly, Summer priming Is *  practiced on the young growth to regulate the i-uaiitlty or fruit and the  bhnpe of the plant.  In pruning ono or"moro of the follow,  log objects are usually nccomplishcil;  Tarts of plants removed, renewed, pro-  moled or retarded; wounded nnd dis- ,  eased plants cured; the shapes and nanus of plants mod I lied; (ho size and  iinaiillly of the fruit Increased or diminished: the quality of the fruit Improved; thu fruit mndo to ripen earlier  or later; a regular succession ot fruit  Ei-i-tircd, nnd the sprnylng, training,,  ciilllvatloii and gathering of the fruit  liicllllati'd.; I  Methods Died In PrunlntJ*  There nre  vnrlnns  wiiyn In   which  the objects of pruning are iicconipllnh- -  td    ,l*'or   instance,  the   growth   nnd  health of n plain nre promoted and tho  kl/,0 of Iho fruit Ih Increased (ll by removing nil tho dlseamid pnrtR nnd suck- ;  ers, ('Ji hy shuilcitlng extended shoots,  fide shoots and In tern Is, dli hy pulling ''  upright the piirt whono rapid growlh |H  flpBlreil nnd M) hy removing the fruit  huds or fruit.   Tho plant Is retarded lu j  pruwth nnd mndo to boar curlier nnd  Holier fruit by tliorlonliiR the lending ',  "���������hoots nnii leaving Ilio frull bearing .  wood and hy beiKlliia down the branch- '  i>r and ring pruiiliiri (hem,   Tho healing of wounded and dlt'oii'-ed plnnis it  ���������iromuu'il   by   remuMiig   ihu   Injured  parts and drr-wliiR Ihu wound.    Thu  head ������f n plant I* renewed hy cutting  off  (lie  lirniu'lKM1 nliove; the  head  b  Hindu to grow tlilekur hy rutting hack ���������  11in  <,AiU-|    (ii'iiiii'i livb  liDM   l������   V..*-!"    '*.������������������>���������  nor hy nm|iutatl;ig nil enne* on which  there In too much growlh  'I'lieru nre so mnny npccles nf grnpon,  ������nch hnvlng ppcullnrltlos of ll������ own  >nd therefore responding most rendlly  to corinln cnllurnl methods to which It  In host ndnpwd. thnt tho pruning, trnin- t  Ing nnd growing of vinos, which othi������r-  v\*t> mny nppeur fpilti* idiriplo. heo^mft  complicated oporntlmis In whlrh Ofim-  {iRftitlvcly few pooplo prmv eiivrf, nnd  tliieynrds In which norloui 'plfcUkei  ir������ not made nre rnrt ,  bride invariably desire to lie clot lied In  white,at her marriage'.'" As no one  answered, ho explained: "White," said  he, "stands for joy. and (lie wedding  day is the most* joyous ot it ���������woman's  life." A small boy queried, "Why do  the men all wear black '.'"-San Kraii-  Cisco Call.  Away Goes the Milkl-  Uncon���������A Swiss inllkniiild w.lth a  musical singing volco olilnlns better  wages ���������yian one who caiiinil sing, as a  cow" tliat Is' soothed with a pleasing  melody during milking wlll, It Is said,  yield ono-llfth more milk,  Kgbort,���������Hut,,like some people, I suppose cows would kick n't some singing,  ���������Yonkers Statesman.  "Don't be discouraged. ������������������ Your luolc  may itiru for Ihe better at any .mo-,  incut."  "It can't."   '"  "Why not':"  "My wife has absolutely made tip  her mind that we've got to have out*  houso torn apart and put together  again this summer."���������Chicago liucord-  II era Id.  Artistic,  "I can't do anything for you." said  the beauty doclor. ."Yuii'ro as pretty  ns a picture now."  "Hut I am so Ihln."  "Oh. I sec. You want me to touch  up your frame,"-St, ���������Loiils I'osl-UIs-  patch.  Saving the Day.  "A bad mess," declared lho Junior  partner. ,"-'f.ot of'urgent mail to bo answered, and the typewriter has just  lefl."  "The olliee. boy Is always fooling  around that machine," suggested tho  senior partner. "Hut him In now and  lot's see whnt ho can do ns a pinch  hlller."-I*iltsbureh Post.  Just tho Place,, ,,  Co-ed���������Aru you going in lho plcturn  show again lonlghlV   This li tlio third  time this wool;!   And you've gone with  the snnio mnn every time!  l-'ussi-o ��������� Oh.   iho  moving  ploturoH  "luii'l dlsluil) iisi-Ncw'York Ani'eilcnn.  Not For Home Use,  "Bllgglns wants to bo regarded ns'a  man of great civic pride,"  "Yet I cannot help-doubling his locnl  sentiment. Whenever he gels an Idea  for rendering a hiunleipiil!ty-,ahsnlutcl,v  perfect he always wauls lo try It out  on some city other than Ihu onu ho  lives iu."���������Washington Slur.  Not lho Face For It.  "My boy. when 1 wiih your ago I  novel* Minciked. Do yon llilnk you wlll  lie able lo tell that to ynin* son hoiiio  day':"  "No, diid-iiot with iin Mmight n  face uh yon tell ll,"���������Ilronlflyii ".ingle.  A ReaBonable Fear.  "I dure, say tholr betrothal In tho  mountains was very romantic, but I  wouldn't llko to propose to a girl near  a mountain gorge."  "Why not I heroV"  "Hocnuso I'd ho arm Id sho might  throw mo ovor,"���������Halllinoro American,  Denlino Gently,  A Bit of Sen,  Mri. ,lol(osiiillh (giving hubby a tip)  -You might wrlle something willy  about (lie boat shaped hals women nro  wearing I his season.  Jokomiillli ���������I ������������������in".,M I won't put my  our lu,-San Francisco Clirouli'lu,"  p.i.l.'o-" TM".'.:���������' !���������".? 1 r'.'ii I'-llti*-; "������������������*���������",  iiboiit mo ii fn In  Hndgoi'-llo might do ivon.o. Mi-  might toll the truth nl-out yiiu.-Chleii-  ������o NcWM, . ���������  Nice About, 11,  "Mrs. llnMily looks iiry ioid since*  rim divorced \wr Inu-linnd"  "Yes; kIu; didn't Know \v|mt t\ gimd  husband she had till shu kiiw hnw generously he hohaicd nlioiil tlio alimony."  --London Opinion.  | Awful End.  1    "WlmI hociiuiu of that llufHliin count  who Itisiiliod ,von'-"  "Ilo olinlied lo death,"  1   "How did thai Imppi'iiV  "I iiiiith.' lilm swallow hN wonla,"-  Nuw York Mall.  { The Coat.  I    Ouosl-That'H a licuuilful rug.   Mny  1 t>nU how tnucli It <*ost youV  Mn������.t-Klv(������ hundred dollnrs-n linn-  drod nml llfl.v fur If and ih������ rest for  furnltuie to match.-Iti-stun TniiiMVlpf,  I From Hnhlt.  "Why did sho wnnt t" not hor bus-  Imiid's will fisldi'V"  "Moldy liodiiiM*- It was hor liu*'-  Imnd's and i-lie had got In the habit of  i-etliiig ll aside."-Houston I'.ihI,  Hie Reaioni,  Ilinvfinl-Why do you trrm yonr wlfo  nn iingol? "*  Cowtird-lloonuse olio's nhviiyn ready  tn fly, Mie's conllniinlly lnir|il>ig, nnd  Mm lintn't *n turtlily ihln*; to woar.-  \U*  Doing a Ma n't Part.  "Wliiit.ine you doing for our ennse'.'"  n������������l;������'d a Miffriig-'Mi' worlfcr  "fiolng-;" ropllod lho man "I'm Mip.  poriing mu1 of your most onlhiiMhiHtlo  in"iuliors "���������I'Yi-li.'Uige  0������ch!  Ilo ���������I verm n fool u lion I mnrrled  -l oil.  Sho-I know thnt. Imt I didn't rcnllnn  ihat yun couldn't Inipruvt.-CtnctiiDitil  l'lioulror. ll  Th* Myeteriou* Light That Qtont*  * Car-/ Egglc������ton Defied.  There was and perhaps still Is a  room lu u certain house lu Virginia  which was supposed to he haunted. ���������  Every timo a. person slept thero he  would be sure to wake after awhile to  llnd tho whole room pervaded by u  dim yellowish gray or griiylsh yellow  light. It was vory dim nt lirst, but it  increased steadily till ihe occupant of  the chamber lied from ihe namelesH  terror In panic. Mr. George Cary Kg-  gleston was not to be daunled by these  tales and accordingly decided to try n  night there. ln:* "Recollections of a  Varied Life" he tells what happened: ,  It was about midnight when 1 entered the room, lt was raining heavily, aud Ihe wind was rattling ihe  stout,shutters of the eight groat wlu-  dows of the room.  ' I went to each of those wlndowa  and minutely examined It. They worn  hung with heavy curtains of deep rod.  Having completed my examination,  explored, the closets and bolted tha  door, 1 wont to "bed. Tlio grout four  poster was Inexpressibly coinforlahie,  and lho splash and pallor of the rain  as It beat upon the window blinds wns  as soothing .-is a lullaby. 1 forgot all  about the experiment iu which I was  engaged, all about ghosts and itiolf  ways, and wont io sleep.  After'a time 1 suddenly waked to  find the room dimly pervaded by that  yellowish gray or grayhb yelldw light  wjijch had so disturbed the hIutubers  of others In that chamber. My awakening was so complete that all my faculties were nlcrt at once., I felt under  my pillow., mid found the pistol still  where 1 had placed It.  Instead of springing" hastily from  bed, I lay there for a time, watching  the weird light as It slowly, almost  Imperceptibly. liicroaseiUn intensity. I  ���������decided that the gray distinctly predominated, but in the meantime the  steady Increase In the light and Its  pervasiveness warned me, and I sllp-  p ������d out. of bod.  Th'*  rain   was  still   healing 'heavily  against  the   window   blinds,  and   ihe  'strange yellowish gray light,was still  ��������� slowly but steadily Increasing.    I was  resolute,   however.   In   my   determination not to,bo disturbed or hurried by  nny manifestation., In response to ihat  determination I glanced al the tnirrpr  and decided that the mysterious light  was snllicieiit- for the purpose, and  I  resolved I would shave..  '.Having done so. I bathed In the rap-  ' Idly increasing-light.   I was deliberate,  however. In donning my clothing, and   n,ot=i i}!=!=v.--!is=f!!!!v=dre.ssod=djd=!���������t ur-n���������  io leave I he room.  I iurned the hey. A second later I  was out of that chamber.-and'the oal<-  u'door of It wns securely shut behind  me. I wont down tiie groat stairway,  ������������������lowly, deliberately, lu piii',snaiu;e of  my resolution. I entered the large  hallway below andihouco passed io  ihe oak wainscoted dining room,  where I sat down lo breakfast wllh  the rest of the company. i  It was 0 o'clock of a dark, rainy  morning. The grayish yellow light  was daylight.  A RISING JOURNALIST  JOHN  R. BONE'S SILENCE  IS HIS  TOWER   OF  STRENGTH.  Past President of the Canadian Press '  Association Has Made Giant  Strides Since He Graduated From  lho University Fourteen Years  Ago���������Ho Is An Able Speaker as  Well as a Clever Writer.  Whether a man t-.hould he termed **  ri-ini* man m* a ri*������on man is ii sin liy;  dott-rniined by his ago as woll as Iih  noh'Sevemenls. .Mr, John U. Hoik-,  past, president, of the Canndinn l-r^-.i  AMOoiiition, ptosidi'iit of th������j Caii-i- '  diait Club of Toronto, and innniigin^  odilor of The Toronto Daily Star, h  Mill rising. Oruisuh'iing that he did  not ginduiilo from the University 11  Toronto   until   lBO'J.   Mr. ' lione* ha*  Mil.  .T0IIN'  )!.   HONK.  much to show, for his fourteen years'  record. Moreover, there aro.no di*--  fipated fin-works nlung the pathway ���������  which ho has trod. Mr. lione ha':-  worked steadily and, faiihlully nnd  won his honors hy inutile "ability  oonplnd with tremendous . tenacity,  say.-. The Canadian Courier. ���������  If  one  desired   to  indicate  an x.ut-  '  standing characteristic in Mr.   lione'-*,'*  make-up   it   would   probably   he-'">il-  enco."    "Mr.   Boi.c   has   a "wonderful  faculty of being able to sit through a  whole evening's conversation  without,  taking  pari'  in 'it.    Yet,  when   he  is  called  upon to say something  in'*private'or   in   public he  can   invariably  make a"speech which commands both;'  iitlnnlion and admiration.   I'oihnp-*- he'  inherits  this  silent quality   from   his  Scotch   father,   who   was   one' of' thi- -  Tn0iT7FrS"nT~Tlie   Fluron  iifsTFTcT      AF  least it  is not to be'suppi'ised Unit lie  (���������ol  it from   his Irish  mother.    As n  'writer, Mr.  Hone excels as woll as in  public   ���������*peaking.    His" lellVra   to   his  paper during "the last British general  t-lection    wore    noteworthy.    Finally.  Mr.   Rone's success is largely .cine  to  absence,  of   partisanship;   lie' can   u-*-  ually-see both sides-of a  public mat)  or a public question.  A' Woman's Sacrifice.  Throe years ago a sinriling lale camo  to light concerning a prominent ijusi-  ,uess man In Austria. He found himself ou (he brink of ruin, and his wife  came to his rescue at ihe cost of her  own life. Leaving nu overheated mom  oue night, she walked up and do-.'.n a  stone llagged passage, barefoot and  wiih nothing on but a nightdress, till  she caught u chill which she aggravated by a series of reckless acts. Inflammation of lho lungs sot in. and she  died shortly afterward. Her husband  obtained tho large sum of money 'ir  which her life was insured, and with  this he was able to'pull through tho  ���������crisis successfully, lie married for u  second lime within throo months of bin  first wife's death. This husband did  not got off scot free, however. A servant lu his employ had overheard lho  con versa dun hi which the hemic  young wife had told hor husband hor  Intention lo die for his sake, Tho servant Informed tho police. Then Ihe In-  Mini'iico ooinpaiiles contended It was u  cuse of hiiicldo and sued successfully  for Die roi urn of lho money. 'Iho bus-  hand was prosecuted for being an no-  cc-sory to his wife's death and ro-  culvoil ihu piiuihhmcnt hu well merited.  Elephants Rocked Ship.  . i\   British  mariner,  formerly  in the  f*'ii,*torn  trade, tolls n queer i lephant  yarn.    While   captain   of   a   trading  si on n ior ho had as cargo.-10 elephant.--.   "  The   vessel   was   anchored   in   a   perfectly ,oa I ui' sea off the coast of Znn-  '/.ibnr.    When,  therefore,  the steamer    ���������  hevaii to roll, everyone on board was  grout ly  surprised.   ,  At. first tbey i-'ippoi-ed lho 'motion *  to be due to the ground swell, hut,  when this motion continued tn in-  orojii-o, general alarm oniuoil. Then  il was revealed that the clophaiil.s  hnd, in Home way, discovered that liy  swiiyiug tn and (ro in unison ihey "'  mifiht .produoj a rocking motion'that  p Ion sod them immensely, Ko llm  great beads nnd bodies' rolled and..  swung toj-ollier until ,tliu sloam-jr,  which had no other cm-go mid rode  lijjldly, was iir imminent danger of  hilling clean over, The allondnnU  hurried down into Ihe hold, iind-'nft-'r  a ureal dial of shouling nnd thump,  iug, iiiaiiageil to slop tho dangofoiiv  amusement.  A Great Dog Town.  The groiilosi dog town In Groat  Britain, if nut iu lho world, Is Haver-  ford west. There are a groat many  men lu the town who live wholly and  in a lco a good living hy brooding. Inlying and selling dogs, All hough thn  population is only il.lKK), nt least ii.'XK'  dog llcensoH are Issued annually, and  thore are also a lurge number uf or-  ���������.���������millions. Almost dally there am  more dogs than people ln thu pntillo  Mtoots, ihough valuable animal-- ar*  never allowed lo run loose. Haver*  fordwest dog brooders aro known for  ���������Heir working torrlors. hluitv terrier***,  (Mi'milT.-.   r*i-iiits   .ill,'   ,-.pi|lln;j������,    <A liU'd  are dally irailcd for big sums through  ih������������ f.'iiioioi-**' jAiirn:iN ���������km* go everywhere. It H iho homo of Hie Noilly-  ham  brood  or terriers,  iho origin  ut  ***..*>..t   n,*,*-    |'������W/.-sv������   **t������v.   r.VCIn-,-1   .���������,*,���������,, I A-  men. One fntu-lor'n kennel reovnily  ���������old hy miction roali/oit t'.'otl. but C'.'-'/  I.i not ait uuuminl prlco for a slnglu  dog. while fi Hi. fT'J ami I**!* nre iiliunit  common. The qualm old town, wlitt  Its inliril Welsh. IhiglNli mwl Hum-  l<di population, Is nlmo.ti tlm hub uf  too dogi' uiilven,������*.-l*'iir Nowh.  N**vor tell n mm ihat he hint ma-rtt  t������tfool of himself, |f.ii* Know* It n������  will ^L't angry, nun no will -fwi au^rf  ft-M If it* 0<i*������o'l kuow it  Famous  Old''House  for  Sale.  Sir J������ano Newton's lnmse in (hang**  street, |.i ices', r , squillo. I.nndon, is  for -iilo, It is doubly f u I tt oil n a-, a  hisjdric, pliilo-ophic aiid lilii*m> land- ���������  in/iik in a district whose ii---in'iiiti<iiM  link up lho mi'iiinry uf nitiiiy famous  folk since departed, fur here'dwelt ������l-  mi Ilio n iriui'knlile Huriioy fmnily-Hr.  Ilurii'v and hi^ quiet lillio iiiuiim- of n.  daiigbti'i, Funny,  Ihii- wax N'ewlon's law) hopdmi  Iioii-.", mid during hi" residence tiipie,  fioin 171(1 to 17'J7. il was nl-o the ml,  lying place nl di-tiligui-licd persons,  Hir l-aac'*- ehmiiiing iiicco. Ciilhi-nuo  Barton, kept liniise for him, mid it  wa- a moot [mint win, wn-i Ihe j-ientcr  ii'lriti ti-,n tn tin crowd -the pliiln-i*  plu'r ur the he/inly.  The Archdeacon's Slip, f  In hi* "Ki-mini-.-enee*-" the Bi-lxp  '���������f llipiui tell- nf mi arcluloaoon, who  wm -.jieakipg at a tempera nee unit,,  in,-,' nnd who addriiiil ly ,-pi i-eh ,i\ith  rc-ir-riil )iiitiir,ri--i������ miocdnli". Al lencfh  i! feefiicd  to  strike  him  that  ho  h.i<(  IiitIiihii   beet,   <i   litll.i   frii-,1, .1  pulled liimiclf tngellior and endeacr.  1 -i in (in-,- In- -.pi-i.fi' H, || bilnu'ly  ���������-���������li'Mi- \-iii. "Hut, my fiieinl-. Ui fas  i.-||.-ll*i, Ih,- ������nio tr.lnl ,,f ���������|| \ I,,1,..  hcnii saying may he told in a 'iiigln  word- 'Train up a child in th" un-. he  slin-iild  en    1,1 <,I   v Inn,   I,,.   1     ,.l I   ),,.  ,���������   II  1.1A 'Icpaii fruii) il.' 'J f in ti iiji a < liiM  to nvmd Ihe hM'li. ami nb.n he .*  "Iii he  will   not  i|.'p(,rl   fiKin   il,"  11    0'"*n  Anne   Cbalru.  \t  Ihe (ii-l ihi>\ -ali- nt  Chri-tu-'i  of nil   I'titli*-!:   fiiimfurc   mid   pi ic-������-  Iruii.   I.a'-lirii   in1.*-   m d  i*ii*tt-,   :h������i  I |ll|,.'lty     f.f    t'lliri IH-l'     \\ ll'ill,     'WiIm!  t'lii-t-ii \011e fill i-lii'ir- vita inii*.  v.i'fk M-iits mil piitH I-,, in the hn- l.*v  Ihn lop. cimul wiih a ii,:.-k, -l',.,li  mat Pd'H^c. in i-alirif,|f lei'- Uitti  lion-' mtsakm r.t.il cIhw ful, ?. Id i������.|  14.166. THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  MMMKMBS^X  Neca Stock  ���������0P-  G&vpet Ends 75c, each  Comforters $1:75 Up  Blankets- $2.50. Up  ocus   at  all   Prices  -^  W.. cirry tl" VA&'V STOC'iK OK I-TKN1TUR1S, H-inso  KI'IiNISIIINImS, UNOUCUMS nml WALLPAPERS in  in th*.*  l')i*-tricr,    f* tl! (ind iiitfjji'ct our stool; nnd got j.rieos.  K.4LA   -kWiklMI  M  ePi>e<- Work,  A. McIONNON     Cumberland  -*ju.v������������'������<h,'������<t<'������ ii*n-*'w**aw������*������*  (it)   "'<>  KU5K MITCHELL  l-TMt   YOl'It  ���������Gcn'I B!acksmithin������  _AND-  Horseshoeing-  -Thinl St.        Cntiilmrliinii,   ���������  | Wood "Wood I  I       Wood       *  Plans,   spcciticaiions,   contract  it ivcnld be a queer Vort of  woi Id if we all thought alike or  saw "tilings from thu same view  }>;. 'int. Tito other ft-llow has  jiK-l a? much light lo his opinions  a ��������� you h-ive, if he docs n<>t try to  force tluMii'on you at tho point  of a <fiiu. We soniC'tiiiics give  ih < impression that our opinions  and prejudices .should be the  opinions and prejudices ol the  whoio community. Iu ��������� other  words, we are right, and every  one else is wrong'.  Yv1k*u iho'rail way comes into  town, when everybody is work-  ins' and earning good, money,  wi'en as a coi*.������c(juence of these  (uwdkioi's. 1 ir-im^s in all-branch  is wiil be brij-k, when the hard  and bit'er feeling tlistt- now exist is a tiling; oi' the  pasf,    when  ' we are in 'hat and ehari'y with  our uei������lihour, then, and nor till  fucii, will Cu.i berlaud come into  lu-r own, aud I'liuui-di as a gieen  b.iy tice.    This is a cusuination  , clevoutlv lo l*e wished,  Thei'n i.i a chiu**o in the iiniiu*,  ���������vi'iitit'm law* wit it'll reads us I'ol-  lows :  ���������* Tin) Ciovfi'nfir in ConiH'il muy  by pi'icliiiiiation or "l-rdi-r, when-  ���������vi'i- ii<.'i-'>.**s:ii'y,' jiro-liiliif ful' a stn  to'l p!.'i'icul. ni' pci'uiiHiciilly, the  liiii!iii('; in Cfiiiiulii nf iiuiiii<rriuiti*  ImiIoiioincr to it11v I'l'o.i,- il.'tuiiiul nn-  Mii-vd to the ivquii'iuiii'iit-i of Cim  ii.ii,"  li ii** high lime that  cliiin-i* was  put   iiilo force.    Tlii'i'u   njipeurs  .tu hn Well developed .'���������������������������ll 'lnl' njlnnt  t i   hrii'.^   upward--   i.f a hundred  I vniuiiiil   Iliiuli:,**,   men,    woiiicii  mid cli'l'lii'irlii   iIhk coiiiili'v   bv  '*��������� '',  g '(iiiii'i's   cluii'ien'd to   run  dircc',  irnui   liiilin Iti'iv.    Do  wc   waul  ihit browu tu *ii lii'iv ���������;    Mo^t ilecid  ������������������illv  XD !      Tlu-y. ur u d  m- i.i-  ri iiiilni.'il.    nud   und  tlnu'    \\'i ys  it i',i ol our   wa\K      If lb 0. i ���������  liot   v������!,y  i-.iri'l'ul   we    will     Imvc  jii-,1,    us dillh'iilt n    (jii'.-stioii    (,u  Iiiiul    us    llm    Southern    Sulci  Imvo with   thu  nif'o   probli'in. -���������  f-y    Now is the time to place ������  |)    )<nw . bi'dw   lot'    SI.A U &  ������5 WOOD $  f*^ (j*  hy   SS.oO. . . per double load <g  j|    $1.50 per single load ������  $ .   From The ' '$  I Star Livery Stables I  3J������i*I*?������-3X^^  NOTICE  Cumberland & Union Waterworks  Company, Limited.  Sprinkling will bo allowed only  two nighls a week, viz: Tuesdays  and Fridays, from 7 to- 9 o'clock  in toe oven ing. Leaky tap must  be attended to at once. Any chan-  2*e$'or additions to existing pipintr  must be sanctioned by tlie Coin-  pany. '..'__  By  Order  ��������� -4 Lr-=\\^-^tW=*>fS=  .. ��������� Secretary  (Jiiniberland, U. C July 30, 1U13.  - 'AGJiXTS W ANTE Li1 .for private Christinas Cards. Ladies or  Gun Is, Sample .Hooks Fne.  I/irt;e Profits. Chipuhnse, ���������'Cor-  de.\,M Dnrlingtoii, England,  LOOKOUTS  %  * for the Milk wagon ���������  wilh'ihe Greeu Box f  FR13SH MILK AND J  FARM PRODUCK J  ��������� -Our AJiLk Is the product $  J      of the Nest l\-d Cows J  1-RES I-I    XI ILK  Delivered inoruiii}*& oveniiigj|  I. MARUYA  I  .....llWM.I,.! I     II   ������������������������������������    I.    .till���������..M       IIIIH     !������������������!���������������������������    I    ��������� .        ,|        I ,  E. C. Enidc, is"agent Tor the  ������������������Ford'' aiid ''Chalnier'-* automobiles.    Curs for hire.    IMmne 18  Mr. Mills bus severed his connection with the Big Store.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  ��������� ������������������,        Comox Sciioou*  SKALHI) TENDEKSJ, snuerscribed  "'J'ender , fa.r Comox .School,"  will be rere'm-d tiy the Monoiir.iblc ihe  ���������iM'iiisliV of Public Works-up lo noon ol  Monday, toe Sib A ij* of yep:., 1913, for  ilie 'election and completion of a  I"*vo'Roomed Sciioo1 and Conveniences.  and  forms'oi lender mny be seen-on" and after ilie 161I1 dny of Aug., 1913, m tbe  oTice of Mr. J.* Ctrihew, Secretary,  '-jciiciol Hoard, t'omox ; Mr. J, ll.iird,  Cioverninciil Aj-cih, 'Jiuiiberl.ind, 15. C;  or' Uie I'l'piri.nent of public Work<,  Victon.t lnieiidins- tc.ndeieis can, for.  ihe sum uf'.en dolluis (S10), obt tin one  copy oi ilie- nliii s lint', specilieaiions by  applyin-- to ibe undersigned, whub sum  ���������ai.i be relunded on Uieir return in  j-ooil order,  Each proposal must be accom|*\niecl  by an accepted bank ciie.pic or ccrtifi-  caie ('fdej.o'-it .on a chartered bank cf  Canada, ni,uie pay ible lo the Honourable llie Minister of Public Works, for a  ���������in., equal to 10 rcr cent of the'lender,  which shall bfc forfeited if the "pan y tendering decline ic��������� enter into contract  when called upon to do so, or if he iatl  to complete the' work contracted for.  'flic chetpic.s 01 certificates' of deposit ol  unsuccessful tendeiers will be returned  li'i ihcn upon the execution of the  contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out-on tbe forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of ihe. tenderer and enclosed in llie envelopes furnished. .  The lowest or any tender not necessar  ily accepted.  j. E. GRIFFITH,-  Public Woiks Ent-iti'eer  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, H. C., Auk. 131I1, i9'3-������  ,���������111^20 SCpJ  WHAT WE PRINT  "We priul lmlies* tuul goutlomens  visiting cards.  We"print wedding invitations.  Wo print dance pro^rnmines.  Wc print hotel hill of I'iires.  We  print   meal   tickets,   also  milk and bread tii-kets.  ' We    print    poster-*,   handbills  and dodders.  We print  placards  r.nd notices  ���������   11  on canvas.  Wo print concert programmes  nud-admission tickets,,  We priiit bnsim-ss cards.  We print billheads, ordinary or  loose leal' system.  We print letterheads and note-  heads.  Wo print statcmonls and envelopes. .  -  We turn out work when you  want it and how you want it.  Pilsener Brewing Go.  w-^g*********! j. '-jijDi'i^jjiL'*?  Ice! Ice! Ice! :  Supplied to the Public  nS*iriimj^^ -TT'^^^J?^^5*���������^^ T'^"���������'!^"'li^l?*?^1^!*j^*^*^^ '  f> ���������> -       -  ORDERS must be given not later  than 10 A.M. to ensure delivery  same  day..  pilllllill!!!|]l!!'III!l!llll!il!'l!l!llil!illW  i^^*W^*^rfW^-*VV^*^^ '-���������^���������l**--*!-^'**;^^  MAROeCHI BROS    1  .GROCERS   8-   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing CoirpaiiVs 15KER  ���������Vliolesale Dealers in all Kinds oi'  Wines aud Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  j-^/^>-*-V'''i������tf������a������-M*^ **>������***t*^>+j**at*^*4  GIDEON HICKS  PIANO COMPANY  GOVERNMENT ST. , VICTORIA, 13.-C,  Complete Stock of uYc OldcFirme"      0  Heintzhian k.Co.Pianos  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victroias, Gramophones and Records  '     WRITlvEOR CATALOG AND PRICK LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arramred.  if  E3 ''I  a  1>'1  S'l  B i  ������ '  S  809 GOVERNMENT--STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  '  tmiiniiiiiiiiumiiiiii  .,{>_-������.  A small diHiitcliment. of Higli-  liuid'Ts with nMnxiin   j^uu were  ont in ircliing on Tuesdny, hend.  ed hy the pipes.    We need Home  iliing to enliven the  town,  W'lial ;uiiutin( ut" (lie,  com*:  ui  Dr. I). K. Kerr, dentist, will  he iu Cumberland I'm" two weeks,  hcj.jiuiiiii'.? Auj>;iit't 87,  FOR   11KNT���������A    uirnished  l'fom. Apply   Mrs.   Junies   Ah-  rams, Mary port Avenue.  ���������alba"  Vuw iiioviiig   pictiircs ni   !]������c  this week,  riiiliiiii maintenance ctuld Cuin-1 Crown Theatre   aud  City   Hall  hcrl md p:iv in the e\ent  that it  w.i-^eii'U'd   1 non to do   .so?    li  wo ild   h'i  dead    hiohe   Cor  ihe  i.ext u*ii "Vi-ai's.    Hut   we hclieve  ih.u the niunieipaliiie!* aro liable  j.isi ilie saint*.  I  ��������� T f 1 ������    '        , ������ I "J    ,  I IU y,       in 1.1^ iil'^    ii.v'-. ������si <j.'  Wiw.o a new I. W. W. iu town,  lie says that he Ill's the promise  ni t,uitfr  a  meinbfiship.  Miss Cluistinn, M'!,-hell, of  Y;i'.i.'jmvct} d:iii|4)iffi of.M- nnd  M Uu-jh Mitch-r.-ll. uho av at  j-ii-svut re M'. I it if! h re, uni\- I in  j.is'ii 0:1 t������ "'Urd-iv    even'u^ i.\s\.'  * ��������� 1  i  ' Cumberland ami district are  geographically ehuu^ed. They  nr'.* now in the dry belt.  A jjood lo������������K drink <if  Pil^en-  <*r would be woj'U .1 $.  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���������   OF' COMMERCE  CAPITAL. $lS,0b0,000 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  "Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc ii safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank iu Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, arc issued at  the following rates: ,  $5 nnd under ..,, ,    .1 cents  Over    5 and not exceeding $10.    0    "-  t*������<     10      " " 30 10     ������������  ���������������     30      " " 50... ,.,.1G     "  I-IEMITTANCES  ABROAD  Bhould bo mado by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Insued without cleJay at reasonablo rates.  CUMBERLAND BHANOH ....W. T. WHITE, Mimnger  ���������        OUMllERLANr, COUHTEN^Y & 0  MOX AUTO STAGE.  *" Will Lonvo tho Post O-llJee o������ Follows Except Sun ayi���������  I.i'ave Ciiiiibei'liiiid I'm' Couriunay at 8 a.m.  "-.    Courtenay (or Cunilu'iliind  .at 8,110 a.m.  "     Ciuiiburlnnd for Court"iiny and Comox at 10 a. m;  11    Comox iur C.itii'lenay and Cumhorland at 11 a. in,  rt     Ciimlvevliiiii! Cor (,'oiii'touiiy at 1 p. m.  li    CourtiMiiiy for Cii'inborlaiid at 1 IK) p in.  '*    Cumljcrhind for Courteimy and Comox 2.1J0 p. in,  ���������'    Comox for Court'eiin-y and Ciiinluu'land !{.!{() ji, m.  8!no;U; fiii'ti���������Ciiiitijorland to Coui'luiuvy 7uis  Coi'.rtoimy to Comox,..*'. fiOo,  K. C, KMUK, jihoim IS, CumhtM'hmd. ' Stiu-ts July 28ih  |W Panailh iniut In* prepaid und loiters Ktumped.  "!i"i"ii!i!iiii!ii:ii>iiiiiiiiiii;niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii;iiii:!iiiiiiiiiiiiinii^  ^illilillllilillllUIIIIIIIIUIIiaw  ���������g^qapital Paid Up J-l 1,560,000. Kosej-va $13,O00,c00O |  I DRAFTS   I-3.-U!-::j   IN  ANY    CUKUKNCY,   PAYAHLE' ALL'M  fe. OVEll   THIC    WOULD. ��������� " ��������� |.  | SPECIAL ATVKNTION>niil to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intero'n I'J  B ut hh'liei-t. OurriMit Ra'es aliowwl on Dcpoi its of ijil and upwards,   ll  | CUM3SALA.NTU, B   0 . B-ivnali, Op'au Daily  '  I UNION pAY, B.C.   Sub-Eranuh, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  | D..JV-1. MORRISON, Manager.  I .                   roURTENAY,   B. C ,    Branch,    Open Daily.      ,   .  | R. H. HARDWiCKE, Manager.  %lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|||ll^  M1K3ZjaetTUI������ia*V���������K.'.  P. Phillipps Harrison I  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,   m  Hmmwimi'mMi  4  ������T*mm������tmur\*i mmiumulw * ��������� vnat  -V. BOflO^fl  ������������������������������������wiawrin-w   LA.M^MJM  Manufacturer o������ MINERAL WATER  7/  % i  I  \\  P. 0. BOX 433  PHONE 29,...  CUMBERLAND  l  The  WAH SAN6 KIN KEE  STORE  IF YOU GET IT AT  e=V  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  .   t-���������)   .' ,v- *0 "���������rt'.  !������������������ B'^y-'������.% ������������������  'mmm^  ���������r4'������**  General Merchants and Bakers  PBUIT, Cj&lTIDTr ETC.  P. O.  Box 262  Cumberland, B.C.  i^.xm  *. jy. j.  I'.OwV'litiilT  20 High Grade Cycles  Slightly Damaged  Hu.mber, Singvr, Un field  Coventry Cress nnd other well  known innkps. Shop soiled,  sjigbtly dnniajred in transit or  ret.uned from hire Kig price  reductions.  Write I'oi details.  Thos. Plimley  739 YATES STREET  VICTORIA, B. C.  B-.i*n^^'i. A .*^'"--; ���������!������������""������ii*Jh j*


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