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The Cumberland News Jul 15, 1914

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 ^  V  ���������*.������������������*��������� <i<-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Inters of Comox Dlatrlct.  **}���������  '; The News, Twenty First Vear  Cumberland; b. c.v Wednesday,.,july is,. .S9,4   ������  .-  atfg &a&ms at  ���������*   ���������' Subscription ii.oo a*Vkak  Ciirls' Hoys1 and Ladies'" Tan Ribbed "Cot-  t������iijHoso, splendid wearing quality������������������  ,15c PAIR, 7 VAlii FOR A DOLLAR  Ladios' IJInck-Silk Gloves���������small sixes only  WM-ist leHgtli, regular valuns to*5oc.  -"'.-,  * , SPECIAL l'RXE 25c. A PAIR'  yLudies- U'fidervest**, splendid quality,  short   '   ������������������  ''���������'andl<*'ng sleeves ''' "V   '���������  ���������:���������.   '    ;��������� 33c/.EAClI,-3 PAIRS FOR A. DOLLAR  .Ginghams���������Fiir-a fow.days wo  will  offer  -aboiit,.400 yards iu  striped and plain green.  .Ciiiighains, i\*nnlnr values, to 25c. and 30c.  a yard, LEADER PRICE 12-Jc PER YARD  Ladies'   Skirts  and  Tweeds, small   sizes  only.     Only a..few left'" '">���������".  TO CLEAR AT ^2.95.  .Houso Dresses���������See.our window For a special ]o������ of dresses at  HALF PRI0E;AND SOME LESS ;  The Vin Moore Stock-Company, which played.ten -weeks-  engagement in Nanaimo last  year, to capacity houses,' will  open for a week at the lib Ilo  Theatre on Monday, the ��������� 20th  in comedy and drama,., with  daily chunges of program. /Prices, Auditorium 50c, BoxScats  75c, Rear of Gallery 250  '. We hear rumors of wedding  bells on Friday.' Congratulations  Ernie.   -  Courtenay Now  Connected Up.  Mrs. (Dr.) Peacock and family, of  Seattte,.Wash,  are the, guests of  their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.'Robt.  -Cessford, Penrith Avenue  c   "     MilhiK-ry���������Must be cleared out at   HALF  "PRICE OR LESS.  - <*  -good hat for very little.  Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns  V-our elia-nco to got a  ���������^L.  , See "Lucille Love, the  Girl of Mystery,"' at ihe Ilo  Ilo tonight. -Program, changes daily.' Price: ioc,. Box  Suals 25c.  .. Wo are pleased to learn that  tlie "Courtonay Review", has  'such a largo (?) "paid" e,i������cula-  tioii in Cnuiox District. ..������������������- We  haven't seen a cent, of subscrip-,  ,tioii money from quite a number  of o.ur .Ooinox District subscribers tor over 'five , years, Tho  "Revi*6\vM is in hick���������send some  of your "good pays" -up'- t.his  way;-  The ,Ilo Ilo Theatre ooens  & Company, Limited, I  ���������'a'^'^.8'32^^^^  W. R, Theahof the fiirm of  Rockwell,   Thcal    &   Davison,  Chilliwattk, arrived in  town  on  ���������Thursday evening last.  Hope is the next in line for an  oil boom. The Review of that  town says Uiat exceedingly high  ���������grade petroleum has been discovered iu theUoquihalla Valley  within a few miles'of Hope. It  was found some time ago hy a  w.-ll-known prospector, who for  re.isonsof his own kept his secret till a day or iwo ago, The  discoveiy was hard to keep nnd  it loaded out, that, is, die oil, not  the discovery. No, not that  either, but the secret was hard to  keep and it leaked out.  -<3>.  Mrs. Hush Miller, of Miuto,  was hurried from -her home,, lo  the local hospital on I'vidny  ni};lit, ������"d an operation immediately performed for nppcudici  lis.  -������s������.  W. W*. Willard left for Victoria on Friday morning. He  will he there to lake in the **'Glorious Twelfth" celebration.  Messrs Naylor aud Oiondwiu  left on Saturday night for Vancouver, na delegates from the  IJ. M. W. of A. Local, to the labor convention, which opened in  that city on Mondav. Julv-i*-*,,  Mrs, Elenorjnnc Smith, for  several years a resident of  vVun-ix-iiiinti, iiii.-ti ;u our local  hospital on Sunday evening,  in her 60th year*, The funeral took place on Wednesday  afternoon, from T. K, H-uilcs'  undertaking parlors "to tho  Sandwick Preshyleriun cemetery. The l/.M.W.oi-A. local  -mid ih- Ladies Auxilliarv hail  ch-.ir.f-: ;>f t!u: 1.ineral arrauge-  ������U.'ut\  Correspondence  ��������� -      ���������at���������  Editor Nkws,  Ciuulierland, H. C.  ���������Sir:���������Allow mo to say in reply  to Air. Morrison's letter in your  lust issuo, tlntt upon making* a  business enquiry.uf a formes' man  tiger of lho IJ.-yai Rank, I was  given Messrs Sharp &- Irvino'6  name as being* Wull known to  tlidin 11a a trust worthy and relia-  bio linn' in every way, all of  which I havo found fully justiliud  by fcxpurionci**, l'urthor, only a  few dujs since Mr. Morrison  proniisad" to hmmh me with  their prosont reliability���������eoni--  motii is qniio uniiocosi-nry,  Kiith fully youri',  JOSICPII SHAW  ���������   #   a  Ti> Editor Nkws  Kii'*-������In a recent niunbor of  your paper you gave a very neees.  sury ni.d reasonable emit ion to  your rmulers lo cxyrcUo ovory  wire, milking full enquiries bo.  fore inventing* in any oil company  priucipnlly to foo if it was bciug  run hy lionuHt and capable man-  agoiuunt, and you did it with  your I'liijtomery. eoiirleous and  giiiitlnnianly maniier that it* so dis  ting'tiMiing a fouture of its pages,  iiuvi'i- anything rabid or pnrlfe'in.  Anyone witii ordnuiry business  iileiis known that it i.** unwise- to  put money into uu proven voniiire-j  uiiIi-hs they can afford to lose it  illld no decent- nniimite--** -ir}..r.> !-.-j*-<*  a recognized busiuoss standing uv-  or onco 11 rag*o it, hut say this ia a  risk, but wo guarantee you 11  straight run for your money, if  lho article ih there we will find it  if wo am siieccsid'urit will ho pro  lltulilu if not your money will ho  hihlj'of euiii'H' thole iilwayri ,uv  wild -ual lorn and di.-houi>t trans,  fiction-- in ali buHce-'i, bin dm  majority an** still )vnw.,\ und jVjj.  today, (Thursday)' in  class program, of  pictures,   - -  a    first-  movino-  able���������take, a census  of Cumber'  land and see. <?  How   would   or   could   IJ. 0.  havo been brought lo  itb  present  acknowledge pre-eininonco in milling, ur.less (lav  prcspector   bad  gono ont. into jts inoiuitains, riuk  ing his liltlo all mid often his life,  hunting for their riches, and then  forming n> company   who   ppont  their money to  find   out   if   the  prospect was worth working. Just  lliiuk lor a moment what  it,   will  mean    to   Canada,   if'    Alberta  proves an oil field, it will milk as  ouo of hor greatest, asset*--., (0 say  nothing of its inostiuiablo hum-fit  t������ lho British nation,   providing  lho   new molivo   power to    her  navy   within her own    borders,  and there is rein-onablu   grounds  for hoping   it   will   sueeeed,   as  there nre already Iwo wells aotu  filly producing oil, nud nil well-  u'i-diei's    of     Ciimidn    I'lirnosilv  hope ilu������y wiil provo p.-riiiaiieiit,  and   others    H-uully    successful,  There    a ro two   hidis lo   ovory  question    and    opinions    al way's  dill'or,  but wholes-do   oondeinii'a-  tion of h-(j;jiiinni(i ofihrls to opi*n  tip our ooiintn,',-!   Iiuldou wenlili  is as unwise as it, h narrow,  Of course banks look at ii  from their uwn point, of viow  find naturally rPhpiit withdrawn  of deposits, jircferring to borrow  or.!' uiuuci ,il 0 pur inn mni iuan  it.out again ut 6 pur ouui or more,  hut own bunks tako risks and ou-  easionally mako losses, and  tlieir euslouieis feid liko tnkiny ti  cliauce, after making full euquir  ies nn to reliitbilily,' in Ihe Imp-.,  that they may po^ibly increase  their income, Jiave lliey iml ev.  ���������"T nVht to do as tlu-y w. ..  with their own?.-at tlm smno  timo accepting wiih liiankii  courteous ami diidutnvsli'd inh  *���������!��������������� that they Wui reii.-oual'ly fuel  i^ivliul.tlt,,  .iU.SKi'll MlA\V  - There was general rejoicing in  Courtenay on Tuesday evening,  when the vanguard of the steel  laying gang, which had been engaged for months on the East  Coast extension of the. E & N.  Railway, arrived at the community's new depot. Before" .work  \yas dropped., for the day the  rails were-in place-as far as they  are going at present. The town  was given its first railroad connection, the right-of-way being  finished into the passenger station as far as the actual spiking  of the steel is concerned. ' As a  result the occasion was of special  import to residents, as well as of  particular interest to all concerned in the development of Vancouver Island.'  By July 15 at tlie latest ballasting will have been completed.  The workmen employed on this  phase of the railway's construction have been" following the  tracklayers closely,, and they  should arrive at- Courtenay in a  short time.. Officials of the E &  N. pre'dict that the road will be  in shape for operation by the  date named, and it is understood  that arrangements Have been  made for the road's inspection by'  an' engineer representing"-'the  Railway Commission before the  end o'f. the mouth- Because of  the.-necessity of having this aud  other details attended- to it is impossible to set a time for the establishment of a service between  Victoria, Courtenay and centres,  but it is assured that the improved trausporlaiion facilities will  he realized'on, or shortly after  August 1.  Courlenay's depot is, ready for  use and,is a credit to the city as  well as to the company The  round house there is also out of  the hands of the contractors,  while Ihe stations at Union and  Oualicum Beach, which arc the  chief stopping places en route  are finished. Nothing remains  to be done iu the way of bio  work, except the last eight miles  oi ballasting, which is going  ahead just as rapidly as au eflici  cut plant and a large foice of  men can advance it,  .. It is announced that Nanaimo  will be given a first class seivicc  with Courtenay from thcou'set.  According to prcseut arrangements the up trains of Monday,  Wednesday and 1'iiday will yo  Ihrongh to Port Alberni, return,  iiigfrom that centre on the afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday  and .Saturday. The schedule  between Victoria and Courtenay  will bc the reverse ol this, the  outgoing    trains    of   Tuesday,  )MACFARLANE BROS., ITDcp |  Jj THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE" li     I  IN UNDER*'*!'  rastw'S'-^F^  - For  Ladies  and  Children  Innate  lei's'  WE HAVE BEEN fort,  in' 'securing a   trave  FALL SAMPLES of  the  above  ��������� lines at .1 linoral discount.      You  may   mnv share in .tlio benefit  nf  this saving in, price.   Thes  are in   every  way   worth  prices, being  clean   and * in   good  sliapo, and will soon bo ch-mred up '  at tho prices we an-askinir.-.    *    ,   -  Please call at once, we   jnay,,  iiave what you want  '     ^"-Si-Vmn-   lino'op*11<adit--B,fi'-  '0 goota'a,  regular  Pumps i-ud Toe Slij.jpois' in' tan."  patent .and dull black, price-*-from  "$2.'7o to ������5.26  .'   ' '":'"'  Agents  Patterns.  ���������oi- the Home   .Jfjurnal  We also stoek t.he latest IM-ss .Mi'toi-ials.  ^BsfBOSSSSkiaKg^^  MACFARLANE SROS.,  LIMITED  CUMBERLAND  THE CORNER STORE  .Phone 10  Thursday and Saturday making  the trip through to Courtenay,  while those .of Monday, Wednesday aud Kriday afternoon will  re I urn from that point. I'artif.-  ularsofthc Sunday service wiil  ho announced later, ���������Na'unimo  Herald.  Otunbcrlandand Veil ley Ornn-io-  men ooli-lrntccl tho 1.2lh of July  by holding il picnic' ut RoyFlon  JJonch on Monday. Thoro waa u  fair altcnd-inco, nnd 11 vory tuijoy  able day upput. Thoro woro'the  UKual orationa nulla bio to llie 00-  cftHiou, and a pro^rairii)*oof HportK,  A. II, Peacey hn.*- puiclmseda  11 now Ford car fiom 15. C. Etude, llie distncl agent,  P. O. J3ox 100 %  -���������'it  ���������azfa^ftft*^  It is Gstiniuted that niuc!y j-cr  cent of'the grade of tiie -i-w C.  N. K. line fiom .near Duncan to  Albeiui canal will be coi.-pk-u-;'  by September. 'I'hc-rc tctiitiins  six miles of work up the' cnu-il  before Alberni is reached, On  thisstietch nollnnj; h.ts lo dale,  been done, ihe tight-of.way .a  not cleared, but camps *;re new  being marled tlicie and by no.\t  spring the grader-i should have  u*n(.hed Alberni,    T,.'i.-; six u;. .  i.s hard rocky work.   ^_   Mr. and Mr*. Mark" l!r,k*, of  Nanaimo, have gone on u visit t.;  Englai-d.  He cartful hoye, "the ji^ is up'  we know your ���������.���������m 110  y~^>  1  !x^^JlXXfJ.t  ill   lll'll- liwr  | In,   ) .,,.������,  r  11.  i>vll'>t  Cli'lbiuir   that  you  HOt ���������"������������������;���������.'"   |l������. V,i; ������:-|.    j|,    |..,(;.  I llli'h  Vdll  lid.  Ill)  '.,1  ���������J.  Hard Wear, hooking Well at the end o? it.  ���������mmmmmmM,mmm���������mm.Mitmmmmmm ������������������i,M.^lt j, j���������.  Suits Mado to  Mfensure  l IisiI'm 1 lie 1 ���������tit���������fji 1 v, by  Campbell's    CM'S;-.^ :.  Srtt-tndG r\\l  Kincfs 0* |  rtfl    aP    il. J  CAMPBELLS  v1  '6  WWWiMNi^^  -a.  ������  ;  t  k  .'!  #���������  ���������        1  t  V  ���������"    A'  t  .������ .  *i  *'      ���������    5gfe-'. -'  .   ������   -1  >fty  *^.   ���������  1  \&     -���������  ' i  _   ;t_  ���������     -   ) Iff  5  THE -NEWS. CUMBERLAND. T,'. C  A Debt  Discharged  By Edgar  Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  londor, Melbourne and Toronto  V ' '     **  (Continued)  "'1 'mow you to lie u forger," ho said  call'*]-,', "and 1 boliovo you' to be" as-  ���������ui'Ci'.urd wiih (he pans which is now  Hooding tlio failed States wiih forced  livf-dolliii- bills. 1 tell you frankly  thai 1 Imvo no' proof against you.  und 1 loll you as frankly ihat if I Had  the very hint of a clue to associate  ymi ".villi the cviriio, 1 would never  yvs-t till 1 saw you in stales prison.  1 bf-liove Ui<������t your Bhrijpshiro print-  Jn-,' Pst-*))li.s)ui*oi)t, run in ilie inter-  ������*sts of thi' liown-troililon peasantry of  Jtussia, was'u cover for foi'Korios ou  a big t-oiilo. Now you know exactly  how l icel toward you, and yon can  talo: what steps you tike." .  "You have no proof,'' gasped Helder.  ���������'Proof!" (told bundled bitterly, "if  1 bad proof, do you think J'd bo talk-  Ins to you except through prison bars.  1 only want a penny wo* th of proof  lo put >ou out of mischief.  Tbey stood under the lisdit of a  street lamp, and Gold's lace was pale.  For tlie first lime in his life he* had  been trapped into putting a natural  enemy upon his guard. He was chagrined, and his nerves were upset. He  had received letters from his chief  which hud annoyed him; the depai;i-  inont lie had so faithfully and so successfully served, had lost its' head  over this  -.natter of die forged  bil'ii.  "1 see!" said Helder slowly. "Now  that I know your'views, 1 shall tako  such steps as are necessary to proieet.  myself."  Cold  nodded  bis head.  "You must be the best  that," he said. "So far as  ���������stock Hell Is concerned,  you're at liberty to go to  and I warn you that, from  of view, ii would be unwise  tendon to yourself."  lie strode off, cursing himself'as he  walked that,be bad allowed bis irritation and his growing suspicion of  Helder to betray l.im into llie faux  pas bo had made.  It would increase the .difficulty'of  his work eiiormjusly. lie had taken  a wrong line, throughout, ilo should  have had tlio Shropshire establishment raided before the Hod "Monitor  had ceased publication and the establishment of Russian printers had been  dispersed. It was too late now. If  it was Helder who put tho f jrged bills  into circulation, he was operating  from somo secret place which so far  JlDkLand his mcii' had been unable to  discover.  lie went to his flat, still worried.  Then he remembered tliat- liis own  servant knew Parker, lie rang the  bell and his man came.,  "Cole," he said, "yon know Parker,  do you not?"  ���������  "Parker, sir?" asked the man.  "Yes, Mr. Comstock Bell's servant."  "Oh. yes, I know Him very well,  ���������sir."    --.      ��������� .  "Mi-. Hell has given him a holiday  today; whero do you think I could  iind him?"  "At once, sir?" asked the man; surprised,  "Tonight."  "J/e's probably gone to see his siller," said the man; "site's tlie only  l-'ehnio'i bo's got in London,'.'  "Where does she live?"  "In Dais-ton, sir. I've got the address somewhere," said tho man.  He" went ont. of tho'room and ciuno  hiu-k with tho address written on ti  piece of paper., In 'tlio meantime Gold  had formed his plans, He glanced ai  the sheet,  "Tnko a taxi lo this 'dnoo, and  briii**; back. Parker if he Is thoro. if  he is not there, and yon cau llnd  lil.m, bring him at any hour of tho  night."  "1 may ns well set tie this matter  down :u. oih*i>," uaiil Hold to himself  o  gone. Tomorrow  full of tlie story,  bul ihe terrified  had seen at, the  lilih and his  and paced the  judge of  Mrs. Cotn-  t tell yon  the police,  your point  to call at-  IF SCALDED LEG  \  And Fool, In Bad State, Inflamed  and Festered, , Could Not Sloop,  Completely Cured by Cuticura  . Ointment in Short Time,  ^**S*K^>i"'������idi.iiito.  istHf "'"���������   V^'^r-Cj'V'  WiiliUi* l.ii ll'ivo, ***���������"���������. H.���������"My i'Mim-  ���������i'iibli',1 her li-K and font, 'wry badly villi li  l>;m of bollhiK *nliter, Sim miITiti'i! very    fiiiifli and Jar ]'���������*��������� ���������*���������-.iii Jn  "<"\ul*ml*>iiiti'. Tbohliln wim  'ml und Inllniut'i] iind  It I'l-Mirril, |Uio Buffered  dieiiilfiilpiiln. J-'lliim-iiliIrd  It In tlionv'-nliiK "'"I poiikl  not, sleep thut night ul'd  could not* bivir to Imvo  (mythl--,--- ni'tir It.  "Wo tried    ������������������       nnd  _.. ��������� .. nnd iben ,-.(,ini) ��������� but ovrry-  fIiIiir H fini'il ii) niiil(i) It wurno atid Klin Junt  n-i'i'unn-d f*ir pidn, I ("Id my iiiniliornliniit  ���������fiiik'iira ointment ruiil wo j;ot a box lm-  mrdlalHy i<nd boiid-iBi'd up Jar ftioi ,'iinl  li>i������ Two nnnbi-iilfiim mndo oulio ft dlf-  t'cri'iu'o nnd mo Uept on ii-.ini! It aim m u  iiliuii, oui" li. i i>i, j.,'I !"!��������� un-(i'Mi'1'tiiy  ������!iu-i-d.':   (Sltjiii-il) Ml"i I., l'urlis, Mny 17,  1U1.J.   ������    ....  .,    TO REMOVE DANDRUFF  J'l',-M-lll������U> , I..in .uni i'w..'..��������� '.-������������������'���������  ,v!.'...  .'     '  Imt nnd Irrlisilnn. nml prmnot'i Urn 'imwtli  uud beauty of ilio hiilr, ri--<iiu-nt bliiuiiponi  villi (,'inleura Hunp, p'-'Med by omiiltmal  dri'vlncH wllh Cuiieuni Olritiiu-iil. uro u-.u-  jilly fiJceilvo vbui otli'r innliiiil.i full.  Cuiloura 'Jofip end Cuiletira. Ointment uro  Mild by ilniRBlMi nnd deiileu lu-rywliero.  A him-lohotlKOl'lHUiHIIeleril. J������r iHiin-i.il  fru* niiiiplo <if pbi-Ii, villi a:'-ii. IioijU, t'tnd  |���������r l-ei.nl IO J'fiHtt' l������M.K Jw Cllli*., Cuj;.,  Jjept J i, Huoioii, l;.B. A.  when the man had  the papers would be  He trim to rend,  l'aee of '.he airl he  window camo between  hook, lie put it down  room restless"}'.  The  click  of the key  iu   the  lode  (old kim Cob. had "ciiinicd. lie went  into Ihe ball,    l'arker was there in  the --.lory of his holiday 'raiment.  -   '.11 two you Mot a key of .Mr. Hell's  hiiiise?" asked ('old.  "Yes, sir," r.eii'icd  Parker.  "J  want  vou  to  come  with  mo  to  the hous.*,"'  "is   ,'uiyihiiiK*   wrong,    sir?"   asked  Parkoj- in alarm.  "Noil-ins;, notl.ini**;," said (.lold impatiently. He did not, think it wise  to take the man inio'Jds confidence.  They drove lo Ciidogi-.n Square. It  was Ioiir pasf lnldnlglit nnd the  streets wei\*> deucrled. Parker opened the d''������r.  "One  moment,  sir."  he  Raid,    and  switched on the electric lirchl.  "Uo upstairs, first.    Knock at yonr  master's door nnd see if he's there."  "Out, sir--"  "Uo," said ('old- peremptorily.  Parker ran up tho stairs, In a few  minutes he camo back",  "Did vou so into the room'-" naked  (lold.  "Yes, sir."  "Was anybody there?"  "Not  so. far ns   1   could   s������.o.  sir."  replied Cole.  "What room is thai?" asked, Gold,  indicating a door.  "That's  the  cirawinp,'  roo'ln,  sir."-  ".lust, open  it,"  he said,  ll was unlocked.  "That's very strange," paid Parker.  "What's very strange?" asked llnl.1  (juiekly.  "This door was locked when I loft,  the house."  ��������� "lias anybody elf-e a key?"  "Mr. Comstock Bell," said Parker.  "All the doors, have Yale locks titled  into the wood so Hint you can hardly see wlierr-, the loc.c is, can you?"  ' Gold oxanii'ied lho door. It was  rosewood and, as the man said, it. was  difficult to see where the key fitted.  He, took an electric lamp from his  pocket and Hashed it on the jamb.  The keyhole w;,s the lin'iest slit in the  polished, surface of the wood. Gold  examined il carefully. There were  a number of little scratches; which he  judged had been recently made.  "Whoever used tho key last was not  well acquainted with this door," he  said. "You were* going to say that  Mr. Comstock Bell had a duplicate  set?"  'Yes,   sir,"   said   the   man..   Gold opened  the door and  walked  "in. "TtTe~'ei"rotTiir_s"v.'ircb���������was���������on���������bis-  right. 'He pressed the knob, and the  room was flooded with light. It was  empty.  ' Tho detective's nostrils widened.  "Do you smell anything, Parker?" he  asked.  "Yes, sir," said Parker "there is a  sort, of scent, in tho room."  There was a faint odor"of violets.  Very carefully he made u search of  the room. The furiiituro was in its  placo, shrouded with linen, There  were burglar alarms on the windows;  they had not been interfered with.  In the window he saw, a flat case, It  was about four inches ������������������(���������mire. , lie  looped and picked it. up and put it  in his pocket. Ho bad-seen at a  glance wlm'r it was. II. war, tlie ease  in which Cook's place the railway  tickets thev issue, and ho knew (hat  Ccnihlock Hell bad booked hisTipass-  atco through to "Vienna with " that  agency.  The search of the remainder of (he  Ikiiisp revealed notliiiiK more. It was  oi'ipty; nobody was there. Mrs, Corn-  stock  Bell had disappeared.  "1 think that will do, Parker," he  said when he had .finished his nxam-  inalion.  'Nothing has been tfiiched, sir?"  said tlio man, who had the possibility,  of burglary in hif. mind.  "No," snid Cold, "noihlnj,' has been  touched,"  He left Parker and drove back to  liis tint. He 1 hough t - perhaps tbegirl  hail como lo blm in hlii iibt-'cnco, but.  nobody had caller'.  A cablegram, was jiwnliliis lilm, ami  im express lei ter,  . Ho opened the le'.toi* eagerly, hoping it was from llm Klrl. It was from  Ki'nilm.rt Yard���������from Ci loHiu-pecun*  (Iravsnii.  '\V������ nrresled Willetts at eleven  o'clock tonight," wild  the moi-u-iiKC-.  Hold nodded; lie had a; Ki'd Keot-  hind Yard lo keep him .nfornied i*J-  giii'dlng the mysterious WIIIoHh,  The (���������.���������ibli'y.iiun wuh morn sfrloiis.  ll was from iht* chief of hip depart-  '.nii-iii nt Wii'ditimti-n, und ran:  "('nine ut onco WuhIiIiirIoii. Consultation.    Leave by Turaiiie,"  Cold HWoro tinftly, The Ttiranlc wuh  dim out of tlm MeiHey llio foJlowliiK  day, and be spent that night In packing, and left Loudon at hI.-v u'elock  in the luoriiiiig.  W      ������      I*       ���������  Helder heard of llie urreii at (lie  club. Tho Hewn ruimi by telephono  from one, of lilt: tigepif, \io wan Kilting in tho muling room thinking of  tin; event ii of the night when n tele-  gi'ij.m wnii bro.ighl to lilm v/lileli hn;l  been handed in at" NV.v \nrk two  hour*- previously,   Il was idmph  "t1." (���������"><,   fiiwi*   to   Vow   Yor  Tiirrinle."  lt.  was  liigui'd  iiiaii \vlii)hi������ word  New Atlantic Liners *  This season will see the Atlantto  service of the Canadian Pacific, augmented by lho addition of two now  steamers. These two vessels will be  of ihe one class cabin type, whlch.aro  ber-omins ?,o popular. Havclay Curio  &. Company, ot Glasgow, secured, tho  contract for the building of the ships  some months ago, and iho construction is well under way. Thoy are*being* specially constructed for tlio Atlantic servlci.* and -will contain every  possible convenience for the comfort  of passengers. They will bo' of tho  "one class." type, with passenger fie-  commodalion lor f*20 ���������SPcoiid, and-],-  "00 i bird eJass. 'These ne,w vessels  have-boon named the ".Miseanbi" and  the "*Motaganu,'' Their length will be  of r*:*o feet, greatest breadth 04 feet,,  while the breadth of the passenger  deck will be 41 feet. Each vessel will  have a dead weight capacity of 7,950  tons, wiih an approximate cargo capacity for (j.000 tons. The famous  cruiser stem,, which is tho fcatnr'a  of iho new Empress recently placed on  the Pacific coasi, is being introduced  and'tho new ships will also havo six  complete steel decks. In order to ensure safety the hulls aro to be subdivided by water-tight doors and bulkheads, so as to bc. capable'of floating  when three compartments aro open.  These- water-light bulkheads and'  doors will be automatically controlled  from the biidge. The speed of each  vessel will bo If, knotf", with a  draught ol' 2".fi. As for the interior  of the vessels, each ,soeoiul-cliisa stato  room will be lined villi a wardrobe  and chest of drawers, folding' lavatory  with .mirror, -.nd other-conveniences.  The public rooms will be dining saloon, smoking rocm, lounge auiT. drawing room. The refrigerating plant  will be capable of making 300 pounds  of ,ico per oif-lil. hours. The vessels  will be heated and ventilated on the  thermometer system, changing the air  eight times each hour. Tii.-re will also  be a  sol.  printing plant on board each vos-  The Stone of Infamy  ln many Italian cities there formerly existed what was called "pietra  d'infamia," or a'stone of infamy for  tho punishment of bankrupts, In  Venice one stands nwir tho church of  St. Mark, and in Vienna and Florence  they arc near the' old markets. In a  day' in carnival week the old lime  custom wns Id have till traders who  had become bankrupt in the preceding twelve n.onths led to tbo stone,  and one by one each stood on its centre to hear the reading of a "report  of his business failure and to endure  tho .reproaches heaped on him by his  creditors. At the. end of a certain  timo each bankrupt .vas partly undressed, and three officers took hold  of his shoulders and three others ot  his knees and. raising him as high  as they , could, bumped him on the  stone deliberately twelve times "in  honor of Uie twelve apostles," the  creditors crowing like cocks' while  tho bumping proceeded.  GILkETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  j���������������i. ..^... * -***- ---1* ���������**&?  Idealsof Human Liberty  Those who would not merely close  bin slam the door of opportunity in  the face'of the alien who comes to  this country need lo be*1 reminded that  their own forebears, in their time,  wore immigrants.  The foreign, element in tho United  St.'itesN arriving year by year from  the old world to be peacefully nssim-  ilnted, into tho body politic of our  country, lias contributed ��������� incalculably  to *tho material and tho spiritual  phases of its well being, There arc  never lacking (.hose who seek to take  advantage of tho .helpless ignorance  of the new arrival.  It Is important that, the newcomer  should be saved from himself, and  from those that prey, upon defonse-  losbenss. The societies that undertake this work deserve the upholding  hand of every friend of lils fellow  men and staunch ally of a government founded upon* the highest ideals  of human ' liberty ������ ahd happiness.���������  Philadelphia Public Ledger.  The Experimental Farms Report  Tho .information 'Contained in tlio  annual reports of tlio experimental  farms of the Dominion department "of  agriculture is so varied and com'plcto  as to render ihese yearly volumes almost worthy the name of "Encyclopedia of Agriculture." Tbo experimental farms system embraces the  Central farm and twenty branch  farms and stations.' each manned by  a staff of specialists. At these widespread, well-equipped institutions  practically every phase of agriculture,  from tho study and suppression of  plant, diseases to tbe breeding and  raising of all 'niaiiiKr of orchard, garden and field crops and classes of  farm animals, nre taken up. In addition, seven outlying sub-stations carry on and report upon work- ,of an  a gri culm nil nature.  Tho report Tor Iho year ending  "March "1, 101.'", makes a. volume of  nearly 700 pages, cramnied with the  meat, of what was accomplished and  found.out. during tlie year. Tho information Is so ohiSHllh'd and Heated  as to be readily available to the  render in whatever subject he may  chance to be interested. A largo edition has been printed, *-���������<* as to supply for some timo at Ic-nst every applicant who will 'drop a card for a  copy lo the Ptiblieatlomi Hranoh, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,  A lonelier in a Liverpool school was  trying to llnd from u tiny child tlio  name of his father, lie seemed (jiiUn  nimble to think "f ir, so to .help him  kIio said:  "What do you call him?"  "I call him father," was tlio reply.  "Well, what, does your mother call  him?"  Tho responcn was cloiiueiit. of lho  manners of tho neighborhood: "SIio'h  doesn't call lilm -iiiylhlng ---.������������������he likes  him."--Liverpool Poet.  Hank���������How  did   ye  get  th'   black  eye.-���������chopping wood?       ��������� ���������**'  . Tom   (just married)���������No.  refusin'!  -��������� Chicago News.  Funerals In Peru  According to. social usage, women  In Peru cannot attend funerals, and  they do not appear at weddings unless  thoy. are'very intimate friends. Whan  a. funeral procession passes through  the streets th������ coffin, is caried upon  the shoulders of Uie" pallbearers, who  are followed by an empty hearse  drawn by two, four or six horses, according to the means of.tho rnouriK-  ors and their desire for. display. All  the malo memberi* of tho.family and  friends of tbo deceased follow on foot  with a ilne of-empty carriage!* behind-, them. As long as" they are la  tho presence of the dead it is considered ii proper and necesasry evidence: of respect to walk., After the  body has been committed to", the  grave .those'who attend tlie funeral  arc brought home in the carriages.  "Miller's Worm Powders destroy  worms without any .inconvenience to  lho child.- and so effectually Uiat they  pass from tbo body uupercelvcd. They.  aro not ejected in their entirety, but  nio ground up and pass away through  the bowels with tho excreta. They  thoroughly cleanse Uie ylomuch and  bowels,and letivo them hi a condition  not favorable to worms, and there  will bo no revival ol tho pests.  that young follow  find  for tlu'ee hours   every  "What can  to talk about  night?"  "Oh, ho has plenty to .talk' about.  Ho has to tell Mabel ho loves her, and  go over it four or five 'thousand  times."���������Kansas City Jom-tial.    "'   .���������  '   Keep  house.'  Minard's    Liniment    In  the  Ancient "Granary of the Empire" ���������  11, is difficult to Imagine, but true,  that as regurds wheat;' Britain in  early days was the .Canada, of the  Roman -Empire. The Romans' invested money in ��������� British land, sent  their agents over to look after it, and  there were fields of corn on the northern slopes of, the .Thames, -.across  ie" sfitrand and Holborn, to Islington,  the grain of which was transported  to tho Imperial city. London now occupies those ancient wheat farms..  WAKEFUL BABIES  If your baby does not sleep, if he is  cross, cries n great deal and will not  ha comforted, that is the time, to give  him . Baby's Own Tablets. They promote sleep���������not the drugged unnatural kind 'obtained through the use  of "soothing" mixtures, but that refreshing natural sleep of tho healthy  child. The-Tablets banish all stomach  and bowel complaints���������the direct  cause of crossness and sleeplessness.  Concerning them Mrs. 10. IMedras,  Craud Boi's. Que., says: "When. I began using Baby's Own Tablets baby  was so troubled with constipation he  would not sleep day or night. Now  all this trouble has vanished and ho is  T'stTon^Tirerinry"-^c'n"ildT*J-^F-he-/^Tablets-  aro sold ""by medicine dealers or by  mail ar, '!'���������> cents a box from Tho Dr.  Williams' "Medicine Co., Brockville;  Ont.    -  CAUSE   AND   EFFECT  Good   Dlocution   Followr.  Rl-jht  Food  bv i  by  the  iiiitui'  *h   u  was law to lleh'.rr,  and he w-i-ni homo lo if.iilio propurn-  flours.  TbiiH tt came about  that Hold met  it',  l'i'.t iivii' tu iho wmhi ho desired  or n.\p-'--tcri to niri't ������r tlio plafonn at j  Ihniton  station  tho  following  iiioru-l  Ing,   TIiuh Ir, bappeiiPd Hint theso two  lur-ii    croHM'-il tho Atlantic togfither/  not  e\cliai)glii|-;  n   Hfiitr'tie.ft    ou   tlm  voyaije.  I To bo Coiitlnii--;C)  W. N. U. 1002  'I e Got It  lll'tIV    ISIHI'/.illK)���������"At-l'IlOO'."  .lack���������"Certainly! Which fawn- do  >on profir, peppermint or winter-  yn-c-nV"  Indlgei-tlon anil the i.i'.emhinl din-  comforts of mind nnd body are certain  lo follow collil-.nied uwe of improper  food.  ThoHij who are hHH young and ro-  busl, arc Jlki ly to o\ erlook tbo fuel  that, its dropping waier will wear a  s'.onn uwny at last, so will Uio use of  heavy, ei-eiiiiy rb-h food, flrally cauiio  Iokh of uppcii':  and  Itiillgr.ntlon.  Fiirliiiiiitcly iii'iti*" ire thoughtful  enough io utiidy themselves und noU*  the pilni'lph! ol' '-ini-io mid ''I'f'vt In  ih';lr (jiilly food A ygun-r woman  wrlira lic-V oxi'ierletiee thus:  "Soinctlnic mm 1 had a lot, of  t, ".l-'i f'-'-''1" i"dl""-tlon, eauiii'd by  tno rich food. I got *-o I wan uniibli)  To digcM ������������������.eiui-i i> ittijiu.nbi ���������"'*.' Hi'-'di  CllKlH ne.'lliei)  UNCli'hH.  "A friend advlfied me to Iry (Jnipe-  Nut p. rood, pr-th'l>������ it h'lUily and uh  ji last resort, I tried It, 1 nm thank"  ful in >av th:tt Crapt-Xulu not only  relii'ied nio of my trouble, but bain  me up mid HirMiiillnTiPd my dUo'Htlvo  organa m Hn<t I <*'in now rut miy-  thing I ilcwlrt'.   But 1 i-tlt-U to lirnpo-  NlllB."  Nunift given by Caiiiullan Postum  Co,. WimlH-'r. onl. Head "Tlio limid  to V-MMIlv," In |.!:jjr.. 'Th.-iv't! a  HefiHim."  Ever run A the .-<hovr Iftter? A  new one appears from time lc"tlirtf.  They are oenulnt, true and full of  human inteerit.  Out*' contributor's small friend, littlo Hollo, a.ut.-d llvo, had always observed that tish was the big dish at  bis homo on Friday.. And he had ob-  set veil, that the rulo held in ihe  neighboring households.  Recently, little Rollo was sent, out  to visit his grandma in tho country.  And after a day or two he missed  something.  "Grandma." said he, "ain't.- il ever  Friday in the country?"  "What a question." sho laughed.  "Of couri'o it is. Today Is Friday,  dear."  ."Well." said' Rollo. "It don't smell  liko Friday,"  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment,    Lumberman's  Kept   Them   All   on   Edge  One of the favorite devices of .Lord  Nelson when ships wci'q, cruising in  company was to signal to a given  craft that Lieut. Smith or Staff Engineer 'Brown or Captain .of Marines  Jones was to_take' charg-y on the assumption that all big superior officers  on board had been put out of action.  The author of "Trafalgar Rcfought,"  says tbo result was very good, for  every one therefore made a point of  trying to" make himself .fit to. carry  out the duty phould lt ever be^ assigned to him. *    ���������     ' "���������'".���������  $100  REWARD, $100   -  The   readers   of. ibis   pnper    xvill-   ba  .p!ea8ed_to-Jeai-n_Uiat_lhp,-������_ts������nt_lonBt  one dreiuled disease Uiat science' hie  ..been ablo to cure In nil lta stages and  Uiat la Catnrrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la  tlio only positive euro now known to  tho medical frnternlty. Catarrh being a,  eonsUii-tlonal disease. wqulrcB a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catltrrh Cure-  Is talien Internally, acting .directly upon  tlie blood ard mucouH surfaces of tbe  system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease and giving tho nat-  ent strength* by building up tho constitution and assisting nature In doing Its  ?lm,r"..?'}?. I'^Prldors have bo much  'all" In Itrt curatIvo powers that they  offer Ono Hundred Dollarr- for any case  I bat it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials.  Address K. J. CHENEY A: CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all DniKgists 7Bn  Take Hall's .Family Pills of ' ������'  tlon.*  constipa.  A movement has sprung  the. lumberjacks on Ilio .  Islands of the Gulf cJ Goer!'  become permanent settlers  roving laborers without homes,  govnrnmsnl is assisting    the  meat by all inoaiis.  np among  coast and  In. RC.'jJo  lnBtoad;*ot'  The  move-  Silhouette ��������� and Painting  Tho art of painting Logins inevitably with ilrawing--\vith expression  by means of tho point; the result-r  line, This every teacher and academy  realizes and hnivlo realize. More,  every great school of painting has  <M-oli'<-ii from It, But lliis use of the  point or drawing soon reaches Its limitations, ami the brush demands  mass, or perhaps 11 is moro correct to  nay Hint muss demands the brush.  The floating' of lunsBOf, on (o canvass  or paper, v*llh lift edges holding tho  outline of ihe form, is idlhniitd'. Silhouette., In other word.1*, is the basis  of all mass impressions, Without a  sense ol" fllhouello \vn can utter no  large and tuibliino moods,, Vol,  strnngo lo i-ay, thn small pari given,  to silhouette In the teaching of tin)  art of painting' In fifndoiiiliiK--lndocil,  mure often tlio utler lack of It���������  has always Htruck jne us extraonlln  "Fat, when was you first married?"  Milio asked.  "At ninoteoii years It was," Fat replied, "and. begorra, I'd never marry  again so young if I should llvo to bo  Metliuselah."���������Boston  tho     age  Transcript.  of  A celebrated vocalist was in a  motor car accident ono dny. A paper,  after recording the accident, said:  "Wo aro happy to stato that ho was  ablo to appear the following evening  in three pieces."--Tit-Bits.  Don't Overwork the Heart, ,  "To keep your temper Is rather a'  good thing," says Dr. Strickland Qoo-  dall of London. "Every time. th������  heart contracts- its force would ralst  ii weight'ot two pounds^to-the height  of ono foot, and it does this from 70,  o 140 times eovry "minute,,   - ,   '  "ftuiining to catch a train Increase!  the heart's "work .by 228 foot pounds  -a���������minuto^Ascendiug���������a, -staircase,  slowly increases tho heart's "work 'by*  112 foot pounds-ami ascending quickly by, 162 foot pounds. ���������     *  ,"A*' man who Is really angry Increases tlio work of his heart by 72  foot pounds. A rest of half an-hour  dally would save In a year 219.000  foot pounds' of work on the heart.",,  I?  Drives, Asthma Like. Magic���������-Th������  immediate help from Dr. J. D. Rot-  logg's Asthma Remedy seems, llko  magic. Nevertheless it is only a natural remedy used ln a jntural way.  Tho smoke or vapor, reaching, tho  most remote passage of th**- affected  tubes, brushes aside tho troublo and  opens a way for. fresh air to outer.  It. in sold by dealers 'throughout tho  land.  The professor of natural philosophy in Trinity eolloiso gavo the class  a problem to think over during tho  night and answer the next day. The  question was lliia: "If ti hole woro  bored through'tho eentro of Iho earth  from sido to aide and n hall dropped  Into it, would it come to a state of  rest?"  Nexl morning a student was called  up on Mils philosophical probkni,  "What, answer do you give HiIh  question-?" askod iho professor,'  "Well, really," mild lie, **i i,;,Vc  thought, of tho nialn question, hu  u preliminary one. How nro you  ill'*; to get that bole through'."'  not  of  go-  The gain  pciiiio of  down an Iokh,  wble'i Is mado at. tho  ilmrai'ter  should ho  ex-  sot  ���������l-uhllUH Syru.H  Somo birds, llko all children, Hk#  to play, and Australia nnd Now. Guinea produce tho "bower bird,"-  which bulldii regular 'playhouses,  Theso houses are not a part of tholr  nesis, hut aro constructed usually la  the shape of covered, archways of littlo boughs two or three feet- lonf?,1  elghleon Inches high and nbout an  wide. Thoy uso theso houses Blmpfjr  for their games, na if they wero clubhouses. Generally these playhouses  aro decorated with bright coloro-1  "shells and feathers.  To Think About  "Sho seems lilt'o p. vory nico girl."  "Ono whom it would bo Rafc to mn*>-  ry?"  "Oh, no. No glr] In safe enough  for that. Hut ahc'fl nlco enough to  think nbout marryIiik It you only,  know whon to stop."���������Lifo.  Tho Salvation Army In onRnged In  tho silk Industry nt various control  In India and Ceylon, aided by th������  Indian government, which haa Iomm'4  sovornl experts as -'advisors, Tlm  work Is uiuUr tho concrnl trnfiov  vision of Commissioner I. Uooth"  Tucker.  ur.v,  Wee  I labium*    Miicfnll  l-.ly, l/oiiilon.  In  T,   l','n  For four coiiHecntlvo nlghta the  hotel proprlrtru- watched his fair,  timid guesi till her pHnlier at Hy-  water tup.  "Mildiim," he Mild, on the I'frh  nlj-ht, "IT you would rluK, thl-i would  lie dono fnr ynu.  "Hul when, is my hell?" hhI-i-i! tho  Indy.  "The hull In bcsldo your bed," ro  piled (lie proprli'tfii  "Thut   tlm  hell!"  ' V> li,\    I'"'   hi','    > .'Id   ���������'���������  lire alarm and that 1  It on any ii'touiU."  sho    exclaimed.  ,/'    {'"I |     "'.Li    Tho  vtiHu't to touch  "Why in there- moh a hot Ugh! over  tlm appointment of a poi-Mii-iPUM' In  this lltHe town?" linked tlio atrunger,  |-������������������       m''.'.'. ���������       ���������'"������������������"''    J'-iv    ���������m-Hlit***,-*-  much does UV"  "Thnt ain't It,  native,  tlc.ular  cava.,."  ���������iihstor," replied Hie  'Vou see most of us arc pur-  h  to  wlio  rends our    poM  "Willi", eoine light Info llie- liou.-ie.  1 don't want yoj in pmy \wih unit  littlo boy nny nuiro."  "All right, iiiidlur, l'*.-.* ]\\\,\ won hi^  luv.l murblu ������nv how,"���������CJdc������;j(, 1(l������-  oid-Heriild.  A Credit to the Name  If you already know Red Rose Tea you will  expect much of Red Rose Coffee  because of its name alone.   Nor will  it disappoint you; for it is worthy of  its name.  <  Blended to combine'  strength and rich flavor,  this fine coffee is crushed new-  ronstcd into small grains, ancL  freed from chaff and dust.  These uniform grains readily give tiw  true coffee flavor to a brew which  pours clear without: any sediment. You may expect  rare quality from every tin of m  Red Rose Coffee  ^Bf(%  .COFFER  v ������������������������ Mimimn ii  NOTICE is Uareby giveu tlct appli-  Citieu will be made to tha Superiuteud-  rritnf Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor by wholesale u^on  the premises situated oil-Lot 6, Block 10,  CuiKbeiland.Towxisite, Cumberlaud, B. C  CiXLT. MUSS ATTO, AppUo jut.  Doited this 1st day of October 1313.,  NOTICE ia heroby given that on the first  "day ofDio-u'isr   nert* application  will  be  tna.de to the Superint&odeut of  Provincial  Police, Victoria, fertho renQwal of the ho.-;  tel li-Bunso to sell  l'quors .by ..re-fail iu tne.  i hotel known as the L^rno hbtet, situated at  Comox, Ji.or     '"    Gkorob M' Bahlow  Dated October 1, 1913.        .������,-'��������� * - -.  , NOTICE ie hereby gwen that on tbe  first day oA November i^-t.-*,, application  ���������will be made to -the Siiperin-tendent ot  Provincial Police, for a, reue-A-ab of the  wholesale iiqu ir license u-iun ihe |i remises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nelson District. ��������� .".'  1-iLsnNKU li kiwi no Company.  D.ited October 1st, iyij  NOTICK is hiroby given that on the  fir.t day of December next-ippli*.-* tonsil  be mude to tho Snpo iutendui.t uf Provincial Police, Vict 11 ii', f.ira r-uewal of the  U'dei lueiise t'i Bell liqu-u-sby retiil iii  tlm hotel known us the Union hotel, situate nt Ubi'-n, B.C. ions N. MuLkou  " IM'ul the 1st day nf Ool-bb'-r, 1918,  N-JTiCK is hor-.by tyiv u tliat,ou tlie  first day of 1) cetnW next, ap-jbeaton will  be made to the Superintendent uf Pruviuoial  Police, Viotoria, for the rouawal of the.hotel lioense to sell* liquors by retail iu the  hotel kuowuas the Uvi roide hotel, situa'ee  at Courtenay, B. C. 0. li. F>������hn'kk  lKted'Uctobbr'1,.1913.  NOTICE i-i Hereby given th-.it on tho  first d-iyof Di comber next apiilication will  .bejnadti to tbe Superintendent <-t Pr'iviu-  tial Police, ViL-torin, for therene-valof the  liotid Hcodso to'sell liquors by letailiu the  liotd kiiiiw 1 as tho W'i'mu hoU'2, situated  At Uidoa Bay.B.C. ,'  .   ���������     , 'Alfred LUper Hornk  OatedOctoboi 1,: 1913L      ������������������<-  NOTICE is liercby given fcnat on tin  ���������first day of Dacember mxt aiiplicution wll  be mado to", the Sup-aritilecdeit of Provin  oial Police, Vi'otoria, .for Uie renewal of 1I11  lio-.tl licani-e to sell li^uo-s by retail 11 tin  lio el kuo.vn as the Nelyon hotel,' sitiu'e  at Union Bay, B.C. ������������������ ' (. ��������� Johx Frasku.*?  Dated Ofltobor U\ 1913. ''���������  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev<*ry conVe������-*.ien<x* for guests.  1 i>    ��������� - ���������*  The Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the, Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.        .  RATES REASONABLE  ���������rr !*���������'���������:��������� gj-**"! *������������������.'���������. ;-*������-*���������- i"  ������i 11 >.nj> (.lyijii.'.i��������� mil iimjiun  '-g&Wft," CiJMB������ELAKD,   BftCT-SH  COLUMBIA.  5SX3aB*&H*aii irnwiiB^WMiii^******************-**''**. m������i  of British Columbia, Ltd,  ��������� THE S. 8.- COWICHAN* WILL SAIL AS UJNJDEft  Coicox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. in Tuesday n -p, in.  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. in Tuesday,. 12 o'clock, noon  'For Detunan Island, Nanaimo aud Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday, S pm  For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.  Subject-to change without notice.  Union  *  J.   N".   McLEOD      Ip-c-OE-JSiETor.  English 4 x BURTON alwaya on Up aleo, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenser, Bohemian, Schit-/, &o. "���������0LD GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beat Wines and Liquors of all kinds  The tJcardiog and Lodging Department, under the immediate supennfcendeace  will bo touid First class in every reopeot...  ���������- CANCELLATION OF RESERVE; . ' '  , NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that  the reserve, the no'iice of which a'-pe-iV-  ed in ihe B. C (i.-wette on ihe ' 27th'day  of December, 1907, is cancelled m so far  is it relates to the following parcels of  'and:���������the W: 1 2 of the S. E. 1-4,'the  S. W. i-4.and the S. 1 1 of the N." \\'.  i-4\\estof the river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4, the S. E. 1-4'of ihe S. VV. .1-4  and the N. E. 1-4 in Section 5:' tiie S.  1-2 of the S. E. 14 in Section S; the S E.  1-4, the.S. VV. 14 and the E. 1-2 of the  N. E j-4 in Seciion 16, and. the E, 1-;  of the h. E 1-4 aiid N.1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3(*S,iy\v:,ul District, and  ���������Jic N. E. 1-4 of ihe N. K. 1-4 in Sac-  tion 32; the N E 1-4 of the S VV j 4 and  ihe \T VV f-4 nndN 1-2 of the N E (-4 in  .Section 33; the N i-2~of the N VV 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34- and the S 1-2 and M VV 1-4 of the N  VV 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  Sayward District. ���������  The said lands will be open forentry by  pre-emption on Monday, the 18th day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock  in the forenoon; all applications  to bo -n-ide at the  office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.    No Pre-emption. Record shall  include more man 40 acres of land except in case-5 where it is desirable 10 include small fractional   portions 0fjeg.1l  Subdivisions; information in .which con  nectioh may be obtained from plans "*on  view* at the above mentioned Agency,.*  R. A. REM.VVICk'  . ���������  ,-,      Deputy Minister of Lands.  Landi- Department,   Y'ieioria, 11'.'   C ,  February nth  1914.  RATE'S,  ���������*t������i 00 per day -and "Up  John -Johnston," Prop  SUTTON'Q  rEP*Du  for garden, and form ore best  for BuCson.Sop Catalogue for  9olid tfuwemtoo of purity  on-ttjtc-nainatioii  Sond now for Copy froo  Sutton fiSong^ho Kind's Soodinon  JR������������������cl.������ri^ Knj*l������iin������l  A.-i.Wood ward  Vict-ono    ft     Vancouver    .  615 rorr Q,r.       :   ������ft7eranvllleSf  S41E AT1CNTS rOR -afltTISH -COtUMBIA  'Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  Distributors N \NAIMO, B. C.  Dou'L   forget.'to ��������� place  yonr  JS'cxtorclef for printing with us.  C. H JARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And nil KITCHEN;.UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  NOTICE  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  Every conveyance from the  Esquimalt & Nanaimo R luay  Company, not already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May 31st,  next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act Amendment"Act, 1914."  L. Ii SOLLY,  Land Agent  t-  LIQUOtt ACT 1310.  - Section 42.  NOTICE U hereby giver,  ihat  one       inonth       "from date,  application will ho mude lo the  Superintendent of Provitic-iul pol  oe. for n license for ilie side, of  liquor hy wholesale in and-, upon  ihe jiremiirvca eitiatedin the (own  of Courtenay, B. -C, knoAvn and  ,ile8cr.ibcd.-_as_Lo.ts.^0_a 1)4-31,���������Sec~  lioh'-ol.  , Duted Uiia 15th day of ��������� April,  1914: *' X  UNION BREWING COMPANY"  Ltd.  Conrad Heitel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE ia horehy- given that,  on the 1st day of Decern her next,  application svill be made to the  Sii|>erh*'cndent of Provincial Police for lencwal of tho.hotel licence  to sell liquor hy retail in the ho'el  known as, tno Mulaspinu Hot-sl,  i unto at Lund, in tho Province of  liiiiish Colunihia,  Dated this '8ih <luy of October,  1913.  FUEI) THULIN  A|*ipli������anl  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  NAMA1MO..  IN TIIE MAITKU'OF   Henry  Richardson Shultz,-deceased,  intestate, Into of  Strandby, Rupert,  District, IJ, C  AND  IN THE MATTKIi of tlio ������OH^  cial Admini^trati'!';' Aci,"  \TAKF NOTlCI5"lhat  by/.r-  der of His Honor Judge   L'-.i'l-'er,  mad������i   on   the lOrh day of. June  1911,   I    .was.     appointed Administrator   oi'   the Estate oft li'*'  above-mentioned deeea^-d, ard ail,  parties havino eiaiins against  tlio  said estate are horeby   required to  furnish same, propeily voriiied, to  me on  or before tiio 15th day of  July     191-1.    AND      all    par-  ties indebted to said estate, are re-  quired to pay the  amounto( their  indebtedness to me  forthwith.  Dated   this  10th   day of June  1914.  W. Wkslkv Wn.r.ARi),  '   Official  Administrator,  Onmbei'laiid, IJ>. C  CANCKLLATION  OF RESERVE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under the sen  fronting on Nelson, and -Newcastle Districts, notice of which  appeared in the R C. Gazetu  on the 6th day of January, ,1910,  is cancelled.    .  R. A. R-rnwick,    *"*'  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria,  B. C, 23rd June, 1914.  SE  n-*:*&^"|  NOTICK TO CXVN'I RACV'  No. 8 Mj.vk Sciiooi.."  EALKI)   TKNOI-IRS,  super-- * "**c..  )H  t* -  Tcnler for N -   8   Minu- i- ���������--���������������������������*������!,'  ,  .vill lie rcr:civc'il tjy.iiio  !'.oaour;il\--; -.he  '.M'.r^lcr of I-'ublic Wiuks up  tom-on 01  rucsd.iy, ������.he I'qih u.iy'.-��������� *.'?.y iy:4 i<v.  '.he election  ninl conMi.eii;.*".* oi <i iv.o ,  -Dura sciinol-hoii-e al No. 8 M;i!ev Cum-''  beri-ind, in ilie'Ccmox Klec.Tal DiC'r-.r-..  ���������   I'l.ins,   speciticaiions,   conuaci     and  f.inns o( lender may be .���������ie-.*** on :i*.d af-  t r '   (lie        isi       dr.y       nf.-     Mav,  1914,.    at      ��������� tti������      o iii c e     ,0 f  Mr. J. H.'iiriJ, Government Ayent.   Cun;-  berlnnd, li.  C;  Mr.  A.. J.  Silherl.md.  Secretary of the School Uo:ird,  Cumbcr-  Uiid;   11.  C;   and    the I)ep;irtm-.Tt   of  Public Woik-*, Vicloiia' '  Hy application to the nndcisigned,  contractors niay ohia'n a t-y-py of ','���������-.:  plans and specifications fot- ilie^ s'ii'm -:���������'  te 1 dollars (Jio), whidi' will be refunded  in returni'ig s.irae inf-oodordcr.  ������������������  ��������� Each proposal  nuiit be -accompanied  by an acce;i--t*d  bank cheque or   certi-i-^  r-ate ofdepo'-it on ,V'Ch.'irtered*-b^".i; ci"  Can.-ida,..iMdcp:>.y������ble  to,the   Honou*--  ble Ihe Miiiister of Public- Wo'iV.j. :.**.'   .*:  ui..  etfiiHl to jo  rer Ct-nt of lb" tenajr,  \ tiicli .-Ji-i  1!   ii,-  oi- inr  ".OU'  "if li:-  * LAND REGISTRY   AO;T. .  IN THE MATTER of an Ai-  plication for "a fresh  Oertificav  ���������of���������Title to Section 5__GDmm-_  Distiict.  NOTICE in hereby given o  my intention at Uie expiration,ol.  one Calendar month from the  first publication herepf-to iss.ic 0  fresh Certificate of Title "in ' lien  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Beecroft Ussher Lr-  con ou the 3rd clay of September  1891, and numbered, 12567 A,  which has been Inst.  .DATED at the Land Registry Office, Victoria', B. C, tlr's  23rd day of June 1914.  S. Y. VVootton  Registrar General of Titles.  r;y i"n-  leihiy 'decline   ;c   cnlc;   :iit-:- '^onuact  ���������.'ncu'called upon to do so, or. it   lie  I.i.'.  0 c-oiiiplelft   the'   work ajnirac'td   '.'A.  1 In- dieqiies m f.ertirfca'-is  of depos-i. of  in-'^ces'-ful lendet'v-ts -w:U . wc  rMi-rfier;  _|1tA,T^ 11 '*"*������ 'j'  p-s:a .-11 i-^iii uL  2UL.  :onlract.    ' <*-! "' y .  ' Tenders'wi'-il tiol be cftn-jideiie-d un'.^.i  nade nut on tli3 forms mppliecl, sij-'-nr*.!  \ilh the .'Utual sij-������iti:rc''o','ihe icr.di'r-  ���������r and <M:< lo:>cd in die _cn\c!cpcs iV,;*.i-  ������������������h-'d ������������������ '       ���������  The loivcst or any lender r,oi nccess-.ar  ly accepted.  ���������J.  E. OUIFFl'ni,  Deputy Minister aiul IVol c -Works  Enifii.eci; j)epaitincnt of I'ublio Woiks,  ViciorLa, II. 'J., April 2^,1914,  my 6 , niyiii  ������������.������'WtL������^.������������*������������..������������.T'*,������ ���������  ,i. \ ij'ili  ���������*������������������*���������-  'Wood'o Phospliodino^  Thi Great hhalliih nmrilu.  'I'liiWHWiillnvlKoi-ui'Wthowliulo  mnvoini Hymun, malion   imv   ^  -���������nk-NllnoiaVoliiH.WirMA'jrr  Ikhilihi, Mental nud Ilrulft,Worry, lkt  " MtZMXpndJfJecM  l'i'jpo'*l in-ijioit,ylt([>?$):. 9.������^K^Vj���������  n*ulet  ti,  ur  Suarmcr uwiiilM wc DOVRIL  tnontlu. AcupofBOVRIL  with a biscuit givet all  necewary outrihwnt-when  meat n nol icutl-ic-il  ..TryaliuleBOVRILinyour  cwinbd tneati.  BOVRlli  NOTICE  Any jyei'son or porsoiifl, ttuttiu^  removing or f.klup; any hliKjki*,  timber or wood, ol'aiiyxiescrijitiodn  )ulonging to tlm Wellington Colliery Co*-y., or from or off tlio land  of tlio snid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any dc-seription  anywhere ttjxm the c.ompaiiy-H  laud will bu prosecuted lo tlm full  extent of tho law,  J. It. LOOKAUH,  Cu'iioral Managoi',  Colliery (Jo,y.  not������;e.  Riding on locomotivoH and   rail  way cars of  the  Union  nollloj-y  IN T11K l CO U NTY   CO U KT l.OK  NANAIMO IIOLUKN AT  OUMHBRIiANI)  IN  TIIIC   MATTKIt   of Tliomai-  Siniih, direuHjil, intfl"tu!e.  who  diod in Nelfon  Diuti'icl 011 A mil  20ih 11   .  AND  IN THE MATTKR.of iho-'Ofliciiil  Adminif'trntorB Act ���������'  TAKK NOTICK thnt hy order  oi IIi������ Honor ;Jndne Ihirkcr. uiudi*  llu> Rill d'.w* of y"*(*:'.d-i-r !PI'' !v,"-"  ap|'.,'^*;'le,'l ,'-J'������,*i--iii'*lr.tt-jr<������f iho Ur-  tato of  the  above inonlioned  do  ccapod,  and   hIIJ nariioB   havinn  cbilm-JiinninHt lh������' sufd ohI������Io aro  ������> iii uiri-   t-aiiu-,  j������:'opfl������!y vrrilicd, to.me nn or boforo lho l.'Uh   dnv   of   Occiifuber,  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Section <12.  NOTICE is heieby Riven thai,  on the 14 dny of Docembcr next,  ippliea'ion will be m.uh' io tho  biiperlMioodcnt of Provincinl P.-1 ���������  ic������ for runewnl of tho hotel liecnco  to Bell Iwjuor by letnil in the hotel  known u-a^ho Willow-* IIoti-1, nitu-  ate at Campbell Uivor, in tho Province of ItriilrihColumhii,  Piitt'd this Htli dny of Oclobitr,  MM 3.  CIIAULKS TIRlUN  Api'lic-int  NOTICK  Snywnrd Lii'ul 1'H riot  Diot ict ol -fifiy.v-ir'l  LIQUOR  ACT, 1910  (Scetion 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the ninth day  ot   May  next,  application will be made to   tin*  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the p,ranting of a license  for the sale of liquor by retail in  aud upon the premises to be con  structcd in accordance with   the  plans and specifications to he tiled with the   SupetinteiKkiit   ol  Provincial   Police, " nnd   to   be  known as the Pier Hotel, and to  be situate at or n< ar Ihe govern  uientuwharf at Kuystou,   Nelson  District, Hrilish Colnnibin, upon  the lauds described as   I,otr.   ao  and ai'iu I-J lock 1C of.thc Subdivision of part of sections ,)  aud  6 A.  |    Dated this 1st day   ol   April,  rr;,.}.  IlAKKY iMIKKSi  Applicant.  t-���������*tJf-*3*fcwi  W     C'j     t^;y  Canndinn -fiovernrnoct teat;;, r  show \/<i liavo <!n p'-iost.  and lji������5hci;ta������.r������riRtli j.cod".. ���������*. .0  ', 1  -7  l k  CilKclt's fs tiocri l*y  bi'iitnakcruand (.'Af'.-v..r��������� ti ft  evcr-yvhci-c. -'>:���������������<.fl no jj> '*&  ir.oi-c than V..'.* infeclo; y, .>,?."}  adultcratcct Llnd.'..        ;Jl $\i  H E. W.GILLETTCO.,LTCi.9 [g j  (J. Tniouto. O.iL   "        ������M'���������**'���������  VMVa Cottoa Root Co^^x'fll  'tout  W*)'u liy u!l Uni|R'������iuv ^r ���������������.*  l.Tv\Vi\n  on  fi-cclr-i*. o������ ptli'l  Prfi"v-.mti.'ilat, .Ai-liM" T,*v  VtCMblTlffCduTORO^rrn.C IT. Vor'ncrtv IV iuatoo.  Company by any person  or per- !9lf;..^ND a11 .������w^*i,,.,dfl,,^!,t������  sonB-Hoxccpt lain crew���������id strictly  ni  nrohiHted.    KinpluyccA  r.ro sulnj .  Uludibmiml forallorins tt������i.(mc,orlhwith  Uy oider  j. k. r/)CKARi>,  ���������C-i-eMcral Mana.j-?..  ea d VHtHte, aro required lo pny tlio ��������������� |,Ml|n n������,rr Tre mptton j thuuoo um h  iiu-omit of   their  (ruhihtuJiii-ra   to  TAKB NOTICK  '-lift-. XwtU t> rr nf ���������  I7|*i������ar VnMraMihiiI, l������ O, iccni-ailon,'     Violin  StniiRS,   Lallan',*  mu-  fariniT, int- iwIh t<������ np-dy for n-miisioi chiucucivll'S nud Victor Records  tjpiiivlitu'e llm f.HowiiiRrto-ioril.-i.l Innd-: )ol, s;i|e ,jt ,j|t. v;,.w^ office.  Cninwonclnt'at n jio t, 1 a \i>\\ ten cliid h  ������H"*l, HI ttljilullilil iMfcf, un   ������ *i*i������- i'i   I'Ai ii, j ���������������������������������.������������������'������������������������ ~���������' ' -  "      ��������� ' ''** " '  Oi-umNo. 171, tlaniCiHo'i chniim ������������i*-l t������ c^j;\yj>j(;;   MACHINKS    Ui>-  Hlioro <f la'-c ; tlioncu������l������i.|,' h 0 <i n.f liko * :  li   11 Houtli-fBit'irly linctum,   foii.toiii I ^ 1 AIKJ'������U  i-ini'. s   to tlio inU-rt'-'o'ion of  wtntl'iio ~*~  The SiiiRcr A^cnt   is   uiouud  tl OOV   -All ITS^  2        for the Mill' wt-i'on  > i* ���������! !ii< Hlh   diiy ol  Nu vein-  ber, 1013  O li 'i.i- A.iinhtiirlrii'or,  -Ihii'ib-rlaud, \',V  ou *i*Tt*'euij>t'iifi hiui tm tlii'.ii. to iiuiiii uf every mouth,    Leave  your   or  iMmniiAncwuen*, m.<l c i.t.lnii'8 llvo [ftj ^ ^; )f   t,j(t   r,���������nbc*r1ii'id    N^\v������  olhir, and they will if attend'.*..  '.*- i 111 i  l-RKM  Ml.  *i>i  .   AN  v  union.  JUSTIN* IIOIHI  N-.ui- ������������������������ A,.|.li Mil t<> pioiHi'/ly vlu-j the   a������fin -ir-  ,1 Our Mill; is the p-.r^uct  of thu l'cst l;e������������ Ccv.s  Delivered iitoruini;^ v  j        I. MARUY.a  r,!vr. 11s vot'it >:!���������':���������/���������    '���������  if  *\  if  \'"U. **  iH.A Mnv^th, l'.M������  MVeS IM t<AVU.  n;:u i:^k  ������CiT;  {  Co-������v.a:<**HT*3*&c.  Anronc Rfi'.clin*; a *iiclc-'.������ t.n-i ������l������-ivTiPiion msy  n-.llckly ii3C0;i;.li\ iiiir.npl'.iiu'i froo n'ltilier iu)    <i  liirc-ntlon lu probabl; i iionln-*)" ��������� v Jnninuu!?,;.  tK*T.s������:Hal:*-*w.'*,.-*:*.-*ii.!. HAK'.OOOK i%: '--r-'-atc  sontlrtt. OM"tt vonc..' *"ort,t.\-r ���������-    >.ilei.:,i.  I'rtfr'auj taiou um>-jeli "lluuu t-. *.*! roculfj,  i7i-:;n: n-Mce, V7Htioub ctinrcro, tn tua ,  ScMiielKit^, ������������������  ���������  Ahand'.'omc-ly lllmtratih-lwefcv;5y. tnrsrcsi clr-  culmlon of an.**- boicmiuo loiirnst. -j'criiA ur  Cun-MtH, 5:1.15 a year, pciLt<������e piupalil. |;n!i hr  all r.o^wiuu'ors.        ������������������ -   -     ' '   ,  BraacU OUSco. ITS V 6*_ WaJiUlUKUU. D. C     '������  < THE NEWS. CTOIBEHLlUnX IR. G  >M������*'rf*"a*l>^^  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Th  ey ar������  Cut out cathartic* and purgatives,  lirutal-liarih���������uanecctsary. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS .  Purely vegetable.,  gently I'll the liver,  eliminate bile,unii  . soothe llicdrli*  CAiemrmbrano  oflheljoivcl.  Care Constipation,  Bilious-  cn-xs.  Siek llcjttsche an<" Indigtttion, at milliont know.  Small Pil!v Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine mint beu Signature  /������*  Tlie   Fligh'v  of   Empress   Eugenie    J  Tlie events of 1870-71 were tragic  iu their effect upon the life of that  loyi-ly butterfly, tho"spou3o oC Napoleon the Liu Ie.  At thq conclusion oT the way he  hail entered upon so gaily Napoleon  111. was a prisoner for the fourth  time in his chequered ' life. Sedan  had been his. undoing, and Paris  wreadied vengeance- on hia consorl  by beseiKing her in' tlie Tuileries.  One Sunday afternoon the' Empress resolvi'J to attempt an escape.  Tt was four o'clock, > she had no  money, and(was without food. Sonic-  one procured her a cab, and she  passed through the streets unrecoj-  niznd savo hy one littlo boy. Her  "cocher" took her to two houses inhabited by ]{oy-ilist!-, but both families weife r.way from home.       *  At'lc't a wearisome jouniey fraught"  with fatiuue and anxiety, she arrived at Deauville. near Trouville, in  a Norinandy peasant's cart forty-  eight hours after,hor llight from the  eupiial. A '*veil-wisher introduced  hor to Sir John L*"*ox Burgoyne, whose  yacht, the Gazelle, was waiting in port  o convoy his wife to l-'nghuid on her  return from Switzerland.  Kir John.''whose statue now stands  in a comer of Carlton house terrace,  bravely arranged to talie her majesty,  across the channel to a place of safety.  This, however, was sooner promised  than it "could be performed. A fearful  slorm raged, r.nd ir- the early morning  of September 7th the vissel capsized  in the Bay of Biscay, and with UuV'ship  sank Sir John Burgoyne's only son,  V.C., the commander.  Ignorant of the sad news, the'owner of the Gazelle set saii as soon as  tlio tempest slightly lulled, even then  they experienced a terrible passage,  aud the yacht only reached llydo  after twelve hours' ocntlict .jvith' wind1  and wave.  , Sir. John escorted his' .royal passenger io an hotel, whore she stayed  the night before continuing 'her  journey to Hastings.- whety. her. son.  the Prince Imperial, had just-arrived  with three other exiles.  ���������  Always Reliable  Relief from the ailments caused  by disordered stomach, torpid  liver, irregular boy/els is given  ���������quickly, safely, and - assuredly���������by the tried and reliable  Sold everywhere,   la boxc������, 25 emit.  An indian Ghobt Story  Several years ago .1 had a studio in  Albuerquc,' New Mexico, and tlio,  walls of my reception rooms and office were hung with large photographs of Indians, One.day l was  visited by six men of the Navajo tribe  who, after much smoking and visiting, made known the real cause of  their call. Directly over my desk was  a framed portrait of one of the old  medicine men of their tribe, who had  just 'died. Believing thai a part of  his soul was imprisoned in tlie portrait���������else how could it look so like  him?���������they r.sked me if I "would not  destroy-it, so that his. spirit might ho  released and he at peace. ] immediately took the print f.-om ihe frame  and tore it info bits while the men  looked on with silent approval. After  thanking me they each "shook my  hand in turn tnd filed quietly out of  the room. They did nol suspect that  there might still be in existence other  copies of the picture* or a negative.���������  Karl Mooi) in Leslie's.  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED BY * MILLIONS  OF  MOTHERS  FOB THREE GENERATIONS  CANCER  Booli Free.     A simple  Home   Irenlmenl removed  lump from I liis lady's breast  Old sorus, ulcers  and  tjrowllir. cured.    Describe  your trouble; we will send liook and testimonials.  THE CANADA CANCER   INSTITUTE, Umitko  IO CHURCHILL  AVi:..  TORONTO  HERBALIST  t Five dollar: guarantees delivery hy  K'Sislered posi Alvcr'i- Trirce Hours'  Tape Worm Hemedy. Never I'aUa.  Paliih-sb. Write Alver, f-lU .Slier-  boi'i'iid street, Toronto, Out,  ,   EVERY 'MAN  IN  BUSINES3  Need,- Our  Farming or* Vancouver Island  It has been said that agriculture is  declining in British Columbia, .the  statement be'ng based on limited observation. Live statistics for the  past year show a slight decrease 'it  dairying? ' This is largely owing to  the fact of the acquisition of farming  lands contiguous to cities for .subdivision' and residential purposes thus  putting , o'nt ol* business many farms  that used to supply the cities of Victoria and Vancouver, -r,with dairy and  other farm products. There has,  however, been a considerable increase  in - dairying in the outlying districts  and ii will ouly he a very short time  before this h.gs is made up by dis-  -triets~fin*thei���������a-way��������� from-our���������cont-r-od-  of population.  "Mr..- W. T. Scott, deputy commissioner of .agriculture for the province  has forwarded a report on the agricultural progress of Vancouver Island to  the Victoria board of trade. In it he  states tliat poultry raising is increasing hy leaps and bounds. There are  many -people engaged in this pi-oli-*-  able phase ol farming, aud making  very j;ood returns The southern part  of Vancouver Island undoubtedly is  destined to become the l'etnlumfi of  British Columbia. There arc very  few countries in the- world, and cor-  rainly none in our Dominion of Canada, which offer such good prospect:*  for successful poultry raising* us Vancouver-Inland.   *  Many farmers on Vancouver Island  keep a small Hock of sheep on their  places, hul, there is room for a large  development. The profits to be realized from sheep are probably greater  In proportion lo Ihe amount of capital invested than*any other line of tlij-  live slock industry.  NEW HOPE  FOR SUFFERERS  FROM  Lighthouse. Bird Perches  Bird perches on lighthouses' will  soon be put to the test as a device, for  saving the lives of hundreds of birds  who, in.the ordinary way, would perish on striking -the lenses of ..the  powerful lights during their ilights  to Kngland for the summer. Recent  observatibns has led to tho, belief  that' the birds are net killed as a rule  - dashing against the'-light, but by  sheer weariness. The lighthouses  probably .isturb the instinct of the  birds for direction. If the flight is  made in one dash they keep the sense  of direction intact. If'they stop and  circle around' the light they become  temporarily  dazed.  Tho' Royal .Society for the Preservation of.flirds is interested in this  scheme, and it is hoped to make bird  perches a per man out equipment of  the lighthouse.  Its Virtue Cannot be Cescribed���������No  one can explain the subtle power that  Dr. Thomas' '-'electric Oil possesses,  The-originator was him-ie'i surprised  by the wonderful qualities that his  compound pessessed. That, he was  the benefactor of liu-na-dLy "is shown  by the myriads tha1. rise in praise of  this wonderful Oil. So familiar _s  everyone wiih it. that ������������������31". i*-* piized as  a Jiouselnld   medicine  everywhere.  Of Marl Ing DovIciih,   Send for 1t.  DICKINSON.  The  Stamp  Man,  811A    First   Street    East,    Calgary.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  Ii*vmiiiwI*hmi ill -ii wi Vim:-! iiiiivn' 'nor Un* iii.ui:*  tll/l-l !M<.Irilill Mli*.*,,,III.A*llii.H, :,l.l.-,IJl..-| l������l.|i..V>**..,,  atl'liIIIC WKM'NKM.Ul.miH,'.!..*!**! !;,l*U-M|ll*r,U'll.l:s.  writ*- lui FflKB < i.i> ( n iiMi'iin 'iniiOM. imuu uh  Ilia." ill,i'i,.<'S 4ill   WilNIMJBKIfl. I'l.l'ii", rll(ii-l,i.|  Iir  THE NfcW rilr"MCH lICMCfJV, NM N-<'lH'\l  ii ml ilrriilt'. Inr  ymif iWfiifit.il..  Il-.nniif.il,-lui YOUiiiiM'Nutliiiniii. AliMilulcly TRKC  !.i,'l,ii',������>' om clri:iilar������, NmililUjiiunv'l)''. l.i.Cl.i'-nn  Hi -ii Uv.lH Willi. Hick l!l>,IHUi-- in u I .*mi>>*<.''**���������*.  wi. '.n-n* in ipihivi*; TiitdtAi'ni'i v.u.1. ciitt vou,  tHeRAPlON::  A lady who laid called (o sro Mrs,  1*1. found lior lilllo son, FnuiU; in the  library rubbing his eyes Mid gaping.  "Sleepy?"  Bhe Inquired.  "Uni," grmitrd Frank,  "I suppose you usually fj-'n to boil  Willi Ihe chickens," -smiled the vii;-  lior.  "No, I don't!" snapped Frank. "I  have a little bed in my room all to  myt-ell',"--Th(*  Delineator,  ARLING  CHESS  WATER'-ROOF COLIANS  AND CUFFS  Kufiii'iliiiiK   bi'lli'i'   llmti   llin-n   ninl   U\n '  l.-imnliv   wills.     WiimIi   ll   Willi   niiiiii  unil 11 ('i)iiipituhili  VMil'-i.     All   ��������� luivi*  in   illln-l.    Sliitc  I'ljMv '  nml  hl/.c,   r'ur ;fic  \ii<  will   iiuill  von,  THE    A HI. I NO TON   CO.   OF   CANADA,  Limited  H Frasm- AunniiR,  Toronto, Ontario  Mrs. l,estr')-~-.-Don,t. you really lliliik  Hml woinen havo more piitlaiu'e. Hinn  men ?  Ml'. Test or��������� I'm saii'i- of ll. I've  bi'i'ii wiilcl.ii,!> ymi play nolll'ilrc all  oveiiin'-; with ii ilfi'lv i liat's fiiiii* or  live   ciii'ils   fi!"ji(,���������New   Viirk   (ilolii:.  The Wearylnj Chace  Tniiiiny could ual iiiitii n:iand why  his teiu'lirr tlifitiKhl lln> Ihe following p/inii.'i'apli fri'iu bin cniiipiinloii on  A lliiiilllig AihiMilv.i'D liiikeil .iiiliiiu-  linn iiihl I'li'crHv-.'iK't)*-'  Pill'i.Ufil hj Ihe ri'U'lll'.cns hiiiili'i*,  ll.e pnulliii' i.',ii/.f'l|e Hpi'liP*--, from clll'l'  tn clll'l', Ai lust- i-dic coiihl j'������i no I'lirllior. Ili'l'ori- In*-.' yiiw.'ii'd t li a* i'Iiuhiii,  am)  bi'l.lml  h'-'V  tin- luiut'i', -Yoiilh'ri  PATENTf3  Fetlii'iiiliinhargli & Co,, bead office,  King iiti'i'oi Vast, Toroiit i, i'miiiilii.  ���������������������������'������������������ --L  In  1n������    1  ���������it-on  II ���������  Yonr   >���������  joll')'     ..  ���������lid   sin-  roil  ildn'l  dance.  Hiu'  -Weil, i  aii hIio  '.*  "Ye,  , I mad  o hoi  VV.- Ii.ftd  ���������������'t  hee.i  on tin*  llooi it  llllUUli  ' '.Vlioii  I  <���������������������������('  ���������ppi'd  op her  foul.  Vou .hi  i'i oiiuti*.  IO  llilVii  ;.  ���������    '.  ..���������������������������    v  1,1,1 1,1' .  ���������-SI'llcMl*  i:i it  nuicldyT\op*-   couKl-'S.  <""���������  ������ollI'i  *",(1  hrtl*  I'.te ihrert W"l lane*'       ������       ������       ** c������"u'  Oronnized Charity  "Tliul'rt ii funny H������rt of Iiil.-rprftei*  you ha\i: here lie imver Hiiys ,i  word." - ��������� .  'Ill',-, a poor U'-iii iiii'i 'inii.'-' lu.i"  ������.; it.' .li'iir'. ���������'" h'lp r.'.-n-'v.'f im"'  live, you liimw."- -.Inurnal AiuuhiiiiI.  There aro cases of paralysis that  cannot be' cured. oBut.. that i-j far  different from saying that every case  of paralysis is incurable.' -There is  absolute proof that-many forms of  this disease are curable. Of the cases  that cannot be cured many can be so  benefitted that the formerly hopeless  sufferer will once more Iind life worth  living."'  Attention is called to the remarkable cures that have been effected i-i  case of partial disorders, by the uso  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People. Some of these cures are so  wonderful as to challenge belief, but  in every case the statements have  been carefully, verified and may bo  investigated by anyone ,;- interested.  TiT~this~c"oimectio*n���������ttie-case-of���������"Miss.  B. Millehan, or * St. John, N.B., ia  worthy of the most careful attention.. Miss Millehan sp.ys: "Somo  three years ago I was taken seriously ill with diphtheria. Tlia doctors  brought mc safely through this dreaded trouble, and-1 was assumed to bc  well. But two weeks later I took a.  relapse, my throat and limbs becoming paralyzed. 1 could neither speak  nor walk. \ was under the best of  medical care, ahd after a few weeks  was able to ait up in bed, but my  throat was still completely paralyzed  and 1 could only utter unintelligible  sounds. I was .treated by throo of St.  John's best physicians, for this  trouble and my case was given up aa  hopeless. A friend asked me to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Piils, but I had  spent, so much on medicine without  help that I thought, it would be only  a furl her waste of money. However, 1  felt, myself growing daily weaker and  weaker, and J decided as a last,  chance that. 1 would try the Pills. "By  ihe time T had taken half a dozen  boxes 1 could walk across tho floor,  something doctors had told uie could  never happen again. I still conliiiu-  ed taking the Pl'.ls, my speech returned, and f fell myself in perfect, health,  My friends thought my restoration nothing short of a mh'..ele, and 1 Ihlnlf  myself that 1 have to thank Dr. "Will-  lams' miik Pills "that I am living today, and 1 fed -.'onudonl thoy can do  unite ns much for others as Ihey did  for me."  Dr, Williams' Pink Pills effect  euros in eii*-,os of (his hind because  Ihey mnl'i! new, 'rich, ted blood,  which iv-i'di-, ������'ril strengthens Hie  nerves, ru-il tones up the whole system, If you are in m-nA of a medj-  nine Rlvc Mipkc pills a trial, "Wo are  confident you will ihu, I w ilisiappuiiir-  oil. Kohl by medicine dealer!', nr hv  mull at 'i0 I'MilK'ii box or six boxes  for f. In i'i from The Hi'. Wllliami-,' Medicine Co., Urfti'l-villo, Out.  N'MliimV In nulli' i'ii much benc-iu'i  ���������i inio Hi'orlHiiiiiu us sliodilng fowl  before alvlnu (hem a l'nil,itiiig ihaiiei.1  ���������in iho wing.  A hunter ������-f thi.s type wan in tlm  Held wlHi niiothi r nt ii ii v;*",*i wuh out  <or bis ib'i.'i hunt, ftcon a fjiiiill wiih  dhu'ovcri'd running In fie rmid alien,I  Of   iJll'lll.  "Ilnn'i, hhool II on tlii* run." the  "piirlHMiiiii called, nitlir-r Jfii-shly,  wlwn he hiiw ihe oilier i*ul*������ IiIh gun,  "I wnn'l i'.I Mali Hl| it -Klop.i." -  Mi'i'iiei'V, .\lag:i/l:ie.  A certain 'ady in Paris gives periodical dinners, at which assemble  most of the best known wits and literati of the day. The ��������� rule of. the  mansion is .that while one person discourses no imciruption whatever .can  be permitted. It is said that "M. "Ronau  once attended uie of these dinners,  and, being in* excellent vein, talked  without it break during the whole repast. Toward.'the end of the dinner  a guest was heard to begin a sentence. After tbey had left the table,  however, she at once informed the  extinguished individual that. as'M.  Iienan had now finished his conversation, she would gladly hear what he  had to say. The guest modestly declined;   the hostoss insisted.  "I am certain it was something of  consequence." she said.  "Alas, madanie," he answered, "it  was, indeed; but now it is too late.  ' should have liked a little m'brc of  that iced .pudding." -:'  GIN PILLS  are just as good  for the Bladder  .  'as they are: for the Kidneys.. It there is trouble ia retaining urine���������it  I" you have to get up three or four times or of tener during thenight-r-if the  urine is hot and scalding���������Gin; Pills will quickly relieve the trouble.  They cure the kidneys and heal tbe irritated-bladder. 60o. a box;  6 for 82.50,   At all dealors or sent on receipt ot price.  Sample free if you mention this paper. 18+  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO.. OF CANADA LIMITED.      -     ,T������HONT0.  What about your wife and children ? Will they  dress well after you are gone? . Will your children  bc educated ?   Have a talk to-day with an agent of  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE" INSURANCE CO,  OFFICES:���������Winnipeg,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon,  Vancouver.      Agents Wanted.  '"SAFETY FIRST"  Is the "Golden Rule" nowadays, which is why  you������ should deal with the Grocer  who wraps his goods. in  Eddy's Antiseptic  Paper Bags  A Shell Game  "Genevieve,,,I   notice  you  like  lo  write your name on the- eggs you  pack."  "Yes." admitted ihe dairymaid. "Do  you object?" ' ���������  "Not at all," said the farmer.  "You*have a pretty, name. Write i**.  upon " all the eggs you please, hiu  don't set down any dates."���������Kansas  Citv Journal.  Are Your Corns Tender? ,  ���������Wlij^keep-them-^w-h-y-iiiifCei-^-whou.  cure can he had in twenty-four hour ���������  by using Put'.am's Painless Corn and  Wart .Extractor? , Its hcf.ling-balms  and soothing qualities **erie������c the  pain in a few hours, the hard kernel  of the coru 3s dissolved away. Absolute satisfaction in a 25c bottle of  Putnam's l'ati'less Corn and Wart Extractor.  News to most women!-  Oven-tested flour is for.  sale. Instead,of buying ordinary flour you can buy flour  whose baking ability has been  proven in an oven:  A ten pound sample is  taken from each shipment of  P8&S--i'fl,(fBAJwheat at the mill.   This isA  UfClf.*Wground into flour.   The flour  is baked into bread.  * If this" flour bakes into  bread  high  in  quality  and  large in quantity we keep.,the  I Twhole shipment of wheat and  V grind it.  Otherwise we sell it.  I      More  bread  and  better y..  \  Good   Bait  Fish stories are* supposed to bo  unique as stretchers oi' the iinnfi-ina-  tion, but none heats the story told by  a recent Hrlt'sh visitor at Washington.  11*. seems that one of,, his acquiiiit-  anees, a traveller of some, note, bad  sold a small farm to an h-lslinmn, and  the latter was complaining becauso  there wero no birds in his Rarden. ^  "Set some traps," suggested the  traveller, "and (hey will come."  "Suvc, an' will they come thin'"  "Yes. J' was in Africa, and there  wasn't a woman, 1 had been told,  within -Od miles. I wanted somo  ono to cook, so I '"���������*']������������������,' *; pair of ear-  rlnjii*. and. a hracelol on n tree and tho  r.exl. ir.oniiiifi found fivi> jipiiil'-p.riiH  under (lie branches."--New York Tribune*.  Sensitiveness  "I'm horiihly afraid," said the popular yonn*;- aeior, "iluil my wife .will  tako a. .notion .some iiioniitifi- to Ret a  divorce."  "Well, you nilRlil prevent her from  doijiK Ihat by i-efraliiliu1* from nlviup;  her any excuse.",  "I know, but one luUes to he. called  oc-cenlrlc."���������fJUicau-o lU'coril-llornld.  bread  from  this  floury is a  certainty! 7**'*  "More Brea^ and Bett*^r.Bread" and  ^A  ���������'Better Pastry Too"  ���������A'  C2S  Thu  Nile and  Juveniles  The conversation at a recent dinner  in Washington turned lo the bright  sayings of the rising generation when  Congressman Ooorj;e F. nurgess of  Texas was reminded of, an' incident  that happened in u p.iblic school.  Ono day tl*e teacher was instructing a class of youngsters in geography, jmd to this end she told thom to  close their hooks while sho asked a  few qiiestionr. about the lesson.  "Johnny," said she, beginning with  11 bright-faced youngster, "what is the  name of tho pi-incirnl rive/ oC  Wgypt?"  "Tho Nile," was" the"eaay rejoinder  of*.'!olinny;      , .*���������      ���������       "  "Thnt'H-i'.'sh't," returned the leuuh-  ev, encouragiiigly. 'Now, please glvo  mo, the liana* of the Nile'.*-* siiiuller Irl-  butiu-ios."  ".TuvcllneH, MIhs iMarj." answered  Johnny.-���������l-liiladelpliia rivonlng Tolo.  graph.  She- Ih there any illfl'i-ionff hv  tivecii a fori anil a |V������j-lr--i������:������V  Me--Why, I iihould iinat'.lno Ihat a  fortrcflH would Iir��������� -or -liardei tn silence,       i  Try .Murino   Eye    Remedy  If you f������:ive Red, Weak, \*,'a!ery 1:1,a  or Granulated Eyelid?. "Doesn't S1n.11";  WSoothM Eye rain, Dru^i*;'--*-fceU  Wurioo Eye Remedy, ��������� Liquid, 25c,;S0c.  tTurino-Eye Salve in Aseptic Tube.i,*  toe, 50c. Eye ilooU Prtt h/ Mr,*.  ffStr-^i ir-wit Im-i tt* m Kjtm v������a* nt** c������r* i  mvtla* Zyo Romwdr Co.. Chtcnuo  H. H  U. 1002  "(leoige,' .'uni t|ic Villi lo her ;������������������(���������,���������*���������  eiallv mu ppiv-'lHtlij- iii'^'and "liov;  ���������lo ymi llki> my i ni* hat'?"  "UI-II,     111,1       I).   ..,,"_., -W,     S'-.     ..r,      ,      ���������     '     '  t-ri'iit ('Midor, "to te''l you (lie (ruth--"  "rttop right il.<���������:������������������������, (icurgc! If you're  i-i.!ng to lull* thai way nhoi't tt, .  ili.n'i want tr. huow."- -liadlcH' 1 lti:ii������"  .Inurnal.  ��������� T cured a how of jIid Miiuge ivltli  *������'iiv ���������, mi".' l in'IMI.'VT  t'-IIIHSTOIMII'JU   SACNUKKH,  HaUiiur.-ie.  I 1'iiri'd a iiiii>.i', badly loin hy a  pUHi forU. wl*.|. MlN.U.lVs MNI-  MKS'T.  St. I'i'Iit'.i, (Ml.      Kl). W. I.IN'I.IKl'.  1 fin-oil -,i lii'i,-e uf ii lm'. twilling hv  '.\IIX,\III)'.S   I.IMMK.NT  TIICS, W. I'AYN'i:.  liatliiliHt   S.lt.  |'<il|:i|-i  in.ii i>i!i:-;  tiling?  ripruuui-  Him. Mlf-i  Rfil.itive Value.-  . I  nl    ��������� h|.   Willllilll    Will)   h'K' 1  nr   iiirnlnR  Inr   dn'.vr,   and  Mlr-.H   Duubleday   git     any.  -���������N'i,     but   hiu-  got   inori  I'l'iibleiliiy  did.���������-.lii'K'''.  "I'v-  th'lnn.  "I'm  Wsimditrstood  (.mi'.'," uaid the  Ai-.d Veu Cet Tak^n In  "U'h.'if   )'���������   "M's   hlfptomaiiln   I   n*.id  so niiiih .ihout  In the papirfl.    li It  Cilll'lllllgV"  '���������Nu;  It  Ui tiilc!ii-.r "  v>'iman  pol  tu i.hU you In Mipuorl  uie."  Dl.-.V.   illlrH,'    l<-|i!i������tl   ll������������-   in,hi .  "hut you'I'i' ton late,    1'Vi-  hi'i'u  iiliu'-i  ricd  lor year-;."   Detroit   Free  I'i-i-hi!.'  "Ari-n'l sonif ������if the h:tti������ women  tvi'.-ir .ihHiird'.'"  "V������h," ji'p! ������d Mis,* C.������>eiili"-, ''.Hid  'ft whi'ii m������iiiv p������->.|t(.- p'.ii. ttkh".u in  lliey lix-lc so np|������Miifiiit'*."---\Va^hiiin*'  ton Star.  Simplified  Breakfasts  Make for good days  From ii package  of fresli, crisp  Post  Toasties  (ill u bowl and udd crciitu or  milk.  'l'!**,ii, w'lih 'joiTjefnti!,'.!-.���������Hj*-  ui' lu.sianl IVshim, anil :*  poached cji-4 or two if you  like, you have a simple hreak-  fust that is wholesome and  saiixf) i������K.  Toasties arc hi Is of corn  carefully cooked, delicately  seasoned, and toasted to an  appeti/in-4 "brown" without  beinji touched h-> hand. They  look rfood, taste good, and  "TheMemory Lingers"  Sold by CiVoccrs--  Kveri where!  Canadian Pi'.-lun* (cr-al i\>,, Ltd.,  \Vi.i.,-������.i   ln.l  Piles  Cured  In  Prii-J-Rlats   refund  OINTMKNT   f.iili-  Ullnd,  Illeeiiing or  C to 14  Days  money   If   I'AZO  1o   cui'i!   Itching.  I'rotrtK'.'iiK IMIen,  THE JOHN INGLIS CO.,  LIMITED X'  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKER*  I-'Irsl. applloat'on kIvps ro\h:f, fiOn,  On the Job  "Do you 'tvu'p 'Far Froiu Uu.- .Mad-  (Ii'iiIiik' ('mwd?' " iinki'il I hi' lady al  tlw huoi' c-fiiint-fi" of the di'imrliniMit  a to re  "No. ina'ain," roiillcd llu> 1,'lrl ut-  tondnul; "I i-iiu't. I 1iiivi> tu work  here hai'Ki'iu (Iiij'h, |i)o."--Yonknni  Stal oHiunn,  KnRliiCK of nil kinds, TJollei'o ot all  kinds, IMuir.blnK _ "Machinery,  Tanks, Heavy Plato Work, -oil!.���������  Wrlto for pi-JcoH.'  14 STRACHAN, AVE.,  TORONTO,      .      CANADA  Quite   Lady-Like  France** en mo dowiiHtali-H lll-n a tun  .��������� ,'". "Now Ji'i'iiiK,i".',' Hilhl the  llltlo --Irl's molhor, "you conn- down.  Htali'H hu no.iilly thai you could lie  lit'iird nil ovor the ltousi;. Now no  hack nnd ciino d������wn rpilotly and properly, un a liuiy nhould ilo,"  KraiKitm ri'tlr-'d, mid In n few inlu-  utofl i'P--iiitoroil the pirlor.  "J)h| you li*'nr me cnnir.' dowitfilalri  thin limp, uiothPi*?" hIic imkcd.  "Nu, ilPfir, you cnnic r.own llki> ;,  lady thut tlini'," rc-jillcd her iiiOthi-r.  "YoH," hiilu l-'rar.'.'Oii, **l rilld down  On. hiinlslPi'H."  Nzwr Aii-un  A limn, who had hei'ii .del;, told a  I'rhii.d tliat he Win ludiiji; ti'PiilPil hy a  isortaln pliynlidiiu.  'Don't you know," uuiil tlm friend,  "ihal thnt. iloi'tor uIIowh all lils |������at-  ionlK lo All' '-'ii hiu hiinun';  ���������Woll, If ho loin mo die on his  IiiuiiIh, I'll never pittronl/o lilm  iibhIii!" i-ppllcd llu- other ItidlKnaiitly.  ���������ItwliauitpollH N3W**-*.  Spread  E. D. SMITH'S  JAM  on the children's  bread and watch  them smile  Can be had from  your Grocer  Tippler--' You  know niao  !������  duat."  Jhu'ki'������pp'.���������"Miiyhf;    JJut he ileal  ouly.  WlwiliPi' the corn lm of old or now ���������  ���������v..rM(i. h  iii"'^  >���������'"''������  t" llnVnwtiy'.i, ��������� .  Coru Cure, the ������lui|.K-Ht anil t.,-������l ������������������uri-l""I^  ��������� |������jj -  oir-n-d to ihe puhltc. ,V   ..n   *f      n5        ^   /. ���������    .    ..    ,    11, -"Duut lii'tlh ii \vli<*ii lyi" (lyv '  Kltiv-.lacl; told mc lu������i iil!*'lit that'  I   was  ihe  iiicith'Hi   Kill  ho'd    pvi-r     l������������dlo  (Mylvi    I uotliid a   pitcppl-  hcc-h. I ibl������    roliliii'i.'    hit * i i'ii <1c.m;.' ami  KtlicJ -Oh, IhatV nolldii;,: !(��������������� aa. H M.ifla thl������ ������'vi'iiln/, us t!n-y nil nl ������  ilip .v.r.riiP lo Wc a yti*r ana. jtaliln In the ten .-oiJiii.  u'ittv��������� I l.ririiv that.- hill an one' Soil ������h������������|'������ full) l- Wuh It n i,:unr).'  mown filde.* oao'n \a������io tunprovct, youj lU-lU OU. iul tt "m,' m pint.- UH  IriKiw.���������Ho-ton  Traimcrtiif. 'rr-f.-mi.   !.-������������������������i-i--t<-   .\m*iTii*iiii. THE NEWS.; CTJMBKRE2LND. B. Ci
When traveling, your watch ia
second.only iu imports-nee to your
ticket. So miayimuuces arise wliea
one has to be ou time. No connections missal -watu you carry an Omega
i'""or Sa
'���?-*iV 7\."1S)
'AlHEiiltli-rnt   New   Tlvln-Scrcir
Ono-OlaM    (II.)     Cabin    nnd    Third"
(Mass   puhhrnst'rs    only    uro   carried.
The   Ouo-Clusn  (nliln urciininiodintlou
"*        - includes:
Wramluli  Caff,      J.ounce,
Cyimiasiiiiit, f'rnmdnadex.
KiniiUinx*   'Svoiu.     Di-awlng   Itoiim,
Dining S.*>liiim,      -Library
Sl��i��finii*i   StiUeroonis
Servjc-M   nl.-to   UMtvecn   New   York,
Mi'diterriuifnti,    ' Adriatic'.'       t'oeton,
Quretisliitvn,   Lirerpuol.   New    Vork,
I'isliKiinril,   Liverpool,
Tlis   F-isu-ftt    Passenger   and    Mall
i    ServWy   In   the   World.
For     Information    ,ii.) ..'y     to     any
Railway * or   Steamship   Affnnt,   or
" TIIK   fl'MAKI)    ���*TI'A.*lSUir   CO.,
���      301    3IA1X    ST..     ./iXSH'EC.
A  Keal  Later  Simulation
A ��*:r��'��lil(orwa.r<S fecorom
olftr'-'trom ib ret��bl!ih��d
Ann. -TVe art ��I*ring ��w��r
Witches to tlioaundi o(
pbsiiIs nil crer U��
world ri r liuga
���dvertl-wmiait. Now
to your, chanes to
obUIn oi:��. Writs
now. eurlatltm as
will* (or cfie ol oar
*uhti>n&bla bid 1st'
Lou* QunrJu, or
Oenu' AUwti, eeut
curlim ��� l��!d to wetr
nlih tha v.kteh, wlilcb
will   bo ' lima    YlM
(thosA      WRtcliM      Ui
f turantesd d.e run),
���houM you tale id.
����otm�� ot our nnuitJ-
laai offer. V>'�� expMt roB to tell yonr (iltnda
Mout bi and ��'jo��f thom tha beautiful vaUli.
-l.fln t-*ui.i��-ti.il~vudf-tw"iCw��=ti5=138-tfu��i=Biit='a(ind=
1 SB eanta to-iUr nnd Mia a trn IVatth. Tod
���will l�� uduxuI -Tll.I.lAHS �� LLOYD, WlioI��w��lo
Jawollon (Uev'.. IU ), 811. Cora-mllti Iloa.1. Lonilou, H.,
Proof Enough
"I'm bissor'n you are!" claimed the
first   Kust ,Clr.velaiu*  i'our-your-old.
"You ain' pit hor. And anyhow my
birthday cuues next week, au' yours
docan't come till Miry,- so I'm older'u
you arc."
"Vou ain't cither, I'm Brown up already.   I'm a lug man!"
"Aw!    Vou ain't, either!"
'  "I am, toorand lean prove It."
"How can you?"
"Mamm,i paid my fare three limes
on the street car last week, an* never
kicked al-GiitJt!"
That settled 11. Tho child might as
woll have been dressed In long trousers���Cleveland   Plain   Dealer.
Sho���Think how It ilIsKraees me
boforo tho heighl-ors to have you
como home as you did last nightj
Tie���Bul, jny dear, no ouo saw mo.
SlKvr-Supiiuso ll'oy didn't, they
must havo heard mo scolding; you,-���
Boston Transcript.'
Tells How She Was Made
Well by Lydia E.Pinlcham'a
Vegetable Compound.
Now Orleans, Lo.���"I tnko pleruuivn
In wriUnuthifWi linen
to rtxprcBn my gratitude to you, I am
only JO yonr�� old ond
work in a tobacco
factory. I Imvo
been n very flick girl
but I Imvo improved
wondurfully uinca
talcing Lydia R
Pinkhmn's Vogola-
bio Compound and
<J nm now lookin-f lino
nnd fci'liniJB thousand times bettor."
-MIb.1 AMEMA JAQU!LLARn, !19Ct To-
houpitoiiln�� 9t., Now Orleans*, Ln.
St. Clnii', Pa./-"My mother waa
nlnrmod bocnuso I wiih troubled with
���itpprofluioii nnd bad pain*- in my back
���nil sido, nnd govern hondai-hes.   I bad
|/'lli|/]i.a oil tit) iuCC, 'iiy c*llitpit-.\iu(i *,*.��*��
rnllnw, my fil-'cji v;n<i dlaturbcd, I bin]
nprvonn npclla, win very tired nnd hnd
no ambition. Lydia Iii'. Pinkbnm's Vor-
etablo Compound luia worked liko n
charm in my i-uHound bnari*{>iilntcd mo,
I worked h w mill nmomr bundrnds of
pirls and hnvo rerommonded your modi-
cino to mnny of Uiorn."���MIbs Kstkixa
MAfltmiK, 110 Tbwinq; St,, St.CIf.fr.Pa��
Thoro is nothing thnt' teaches moro
than expericne**. Thnrofoi-o, iuch let-'
tor* from jrirln wbo hava Buffered and
wi'i*i�� ventoroil to litaltb liy I.ydta R
PJiiklinm's VojfctAblo Compound should
hn n I^uwiin lnoMu��w, The vtimo ron\*Ay
ii within roBcli of all.
If jrou wftut tpcolnl aihleo write io
I.rdlft K. I'Jnkbniii Medicino Co. (ronfl*
dcntlal) l,*run, .Mat*). Vour lettnrwiH
bo openoilt roJ.il and nuatrcroi, by a
ironiiin and held In strict confidence.
~~ W. N U. ioo:
Porcelain  I louses
Until comparatively recent times
houses were built either of wood or
brick. Buildings in the suburbs and
rural' districts wero ol v frame and
those in the city brick.,'Stucco was
introduced ; a few years ago arid on
the heels of that came concrete," reinforced concrete, hollow tile and concrete blocks. It" a~schemo that-'lias
had the attention of a man for many
years materializes,. and he says it
will, houses built of porcelain will bo
the next seen in tho suburbs of New
York. This man0 is in the porcelain
business and is^of a family of-porcelain makers and has had,such a building in' mind for forty years.
Aftor years of experimenting he*
succeeded in making a porcelain tile,
strong enough for building purposes
and soon will erect a house of porcelain. The tile will be built around
the skeleton t'rainc of a skyscraper.
In other words, the house'will have a-
skeleton -frame of. steel and. the tile
will be nothing.moro, than a finish.
The tile will ho an inch thick, and of
strength not expected of such brittle
material as porcelain. It is of composition, which'has taken years to find1
and the maker proposes to guard his
secret. Resides strength aud remarkable wearing qualities the porcelain
houso will be .waterproof "aud steam-
proof. Except for the steel frame it
wlll h& porcelain. In such a house
germs could not live. There will be
no corners nor angles for them' to
lui-lcin. It would be possible to wash
down such u house, with a hose every
day if necessary. Not only" will it be
the most perfect, house, from"' a sanitary standpoint but it can be built
cheaper and quicker than any typo
of house, eroded at the present time.
���New.. York Sun.
The High Cost of-Living Problem
There have been many reasons advanced why' .he cost of living is) so
high, but the theorists, who are as
full of theories as a blackberry is of
seed, have in the main overlooked
tho real reason.
People understand why,, when, the
range a.nd tlie, ranches arc being en-
crouched upon by the irresistible man
with the hoe, the price of beef, should
rise.' and-the price of hogs is affected by "much the same reason; but
why are those things so high which
are grown* ia the ground for the purpose cf food? .       ,
T'*.e answer is that too-many'people -iic eating-in the city and too
few aro digging in u the ground and
producing" in .the 'country. Whenever
the supply of any commodity is less
than tho demand, prices rise. That
is a maxim in economics as unviiry-"
ing and as -changeless as any axiom
in mathematics.
The surest remedy lo reduce -the
cost of -living is to get people back
to the- laud.���Houston Chronicle.
*'A Standard Medicine.���Parmelee'j
Vegetable I'i "is", compounded of en-*
tii-ely vosotabU- substances^ known to
have a revivi'oingand salutary effect
upon the .ligestivo organs, havo
through years of use attained so eminent a-positiDa that lliey rank as a
standard medicino. Tho aiiing should
remember'this. Simple in their composition," tlioy can be assimilated by
tho weakest ststnach and are certain
to Imvo a healthful and agreeable effect on thi sluggish digestive organs.
Length of the Work Day
There'1 is no reason why the ,farm:
er cannot work"" in accordance with
a certain definite plan, keeping in.
mind that with' the . right .-'.kind of
head work, as much can be:accora-
plished in a nine or ten-hour day'yia
tho field as is ordinarily., broiigh��
about where the day -..is trailed '. out
twelve oi\ fourteen7 hours, lt is all a
matter of knowing how.
If the average work horse is in the"
field at'seven"o'clock in tho morning
and is sensibly worked until twelve
o'clock, and if, in turn, he is hitched
at oho o'clock and kept properly on
the move until six o'clock, he has
done liis part for that day and'the
man who has driven him --..sensibly
has fulfilled his. functions. Of course,
on the average "farm the grind part
conies in on account of the'clioring.
both night and morning. Herein, we
llnd the great difference between the
character of the labor on the farm
and in ,.Uio 'ity. -Howover we find
that somo'inen aro solving that problem by stopping one or"two of their
teams early in tho evening so that
"part, of the real workday is devoted
to choring in-stead of the old plan,
whereby everyone about tho place
was Jccpt on the go until eight .or
nine in tho evening. It makes a wonderful difference in tho spirit that
will he shown by every one connected with the iuside work, as well as
the outside work, on "the farm, if the
policy is carried out of closing up
the day's work while the evening, is
yet young. This means thai there
will be time left over for. a little
wholesome social life, .-and the significance of this can only bo appra-
cialcd . as the years go by. . It will
do, more to make farm life���attractivcr
to the young people than" any single
factor that Can he mentioned. After'
all, man is a social animal," and ho
will naturally drift to where he'can
obtain the highest' degree of social,
pleasure. Tins ought to be found
on the farm in- ihe case of those that
are trained to the farm life, but if it
is to be found the principles mentioned here must bc kept clearly in
lt matters not if "the farm, work is
to, be performed by3the boys of the
fariiily, or by the hired men, in the
end those who display the .highest
wisdom will give more consideration
in "the future to the working out of
a plan that will permit of greater social opportunities than have been
permitted farm people in the past.
���j-OUND     COMPLETE     'CURE       IN
Woman's Headgear
Tho letter from the representatives
of four . important business houses
on the PlumiKo bill reveals the. Ail-
Acuity involved in drafting any leg:
islative measure. It is pointed out
that, ovon if ihe Plumage bill be-
! " '���.'oniiiri may continu-*'
to1 wear 'prohibited feather;; so long
as Uioy wore purchased boforo tbe
dato of iho not. In other words, tlio
useful!)of's of a humane measure is
largely destroyed. Kvon in these
lnirboiiuerittli! days it would be im-
pot-sllilc to make an inquisition inlo
tho origin of tl.o feathers in ladies'
hats or ln their luiir. Tims tho law
can lio oviuloi' and n temptation given
HulYlck'iitly large lo encourage illegality ou tho grand scale. Who shall
niljiidlciiti* nu the possible life time of
n dressed IVuthoi* or convict a callous
damsel, of ii'ilsuI'Muoiiiior whon sho
rwoiu's' thai i feather triumphantly
displayed lu liHir* Ih ii gift from the
gi'oat-p.riiiidinoLhor who pnrohasfid if
In lil'ii"! from *-.l��f*U Imported iu 'IOH?
A hml laoplir.'ii In the MM Is thus ro-
voiiliMl. How* to stop It without Inflicting obvious Inju^tloo on reputable llniiH mny woll true tlin ingenuity
of l'*gI'.-ki(o*'s. ��� London Pally My-
Fate of Three Conquerors
Aloxiiiiilrr. lift or looking down
from the dizzy heights of hit! ambition upoi' a eoni|iii<i'uil world nud
weeping there wore no mm" lo enn-
tpior, died of Intoxication,,, in u scone
ni' (lohiiueli, or, an Honm Hiippime, by
.polrton mingled In liln wlno.   ,
lliiniilliiii, wliorio name curried I error to llie heart of Homo Itself, ufter
iuivliig crtWhod the Alpti und pill to
flight tlin ii'iiiicH of the !.il*:ti*om-of the
world, win. driven from IiIh country
mid tiled n'. lust of poison lulnilnl.ster-
oil hy IiIh osvn IuuiiIh'Ih a foreign
land, iiiiliiinontod  and  unwept.
CtiMiii', the conqueror of SOU oitloii
nnd IiIh toiiipl'i bound with cliiiplotti
dlppeil lu lin* blood of n million of lil��
foes, was inlnonilily uflHUHHlniitod hy
tlioHo ho (���ou'ddei'i'il hl'i nearest
"Wc i"j.'j>'-.'!'1 111*.'* -.oar w.'*il jv Ibcr
move limn eU an limine."
"(iri'iil. j-iolU'iiiP!"
"I'liloi'tuuati'ly the sahie idea had
occurred io lho people who vueitted
'tho bourn- we moved Into."
Savlna Trouble
Cliurcli-And   ymi ��ny your  neigh-
bor'H prodlKiil won returnedV
flothiun���Uo oertulnly did,
"And they killed tlio flitted enlf, I
H'lp 10Hl'7" ,
'Tin-, ili.!*.'i b.iM- t<>. It UwA U'l-u
in cold slonigi'    I'm* iimiiihR,""-Yon-
|,-'-r-: Hl'i'-'/m-i;!
The  Llalitnlna  Change
liuMiiini!-Wi'Yn '.-oili'lnly   iu  luck
with mir luw cook-   Soup, fish, i'Oiii't
vegi't!itili*s���in*ei'>thing  done   lo   per-'
Villi"  Yi-i*.     *b>it   llie  il>.'**-**��"-.l   I*  1j>'
ber  uuccoB-or.���lMillitilolpbla Ledger.
Run   Down   for   Two   Years,   Tells
How'She   Found   New Health.
Tichborr.e.  Fronteiiac  Co.,    Ont.���
(Special'.���Mrs. II. Gray, the popular
postmistress  here,-' is    telling   .her
friends of tho great benefit sho has
received   from   taking  Do "Id's  Kidney
"For about two years," Mrs. Gray
says,-' "I was all run down. My sleep
was broken and unfrcshing, and I
suffered from shortness of breath aud
heart flutterings. I finally decided that
tho Kidneys were tho cause of my
trouble and decided to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. I look four boxes in all,
anil 1 feel quite strong and liko myself again, I certainly think Dodd's
Kidney Pills are a good m-ullcino."
Tho experience of the postmistress
is similar to that of thousnn'da of
other Canadian women. Thoy woro
weak, run down, nervous and' In bad
health gone-.ally. Thoy look Dodd's
Kidney Pills and arc sM-ong and well
The reason in that when'tho,Kidneys get out of order thoy fail to
strain the impurities out of tlio blood
and general 1,'issitude and. weakness
'ensues. The natiint'l euro is to euro
the Kidneys. The experience of thou-
sands of others tells you that Dodd's
Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys.
A uiiin wont lo a Judge and askod
whether ho could bring suit for slander agiiliiHt a man who hud culled him
a rhinoceros.
"Why, certainly," snid tho Judge.
"When did ho call you thnt?"
"About 'lurci* yeavs' ago."
"Three yours ago! Anil you only
start soil 'today?"
"Hut, you honor, yeslerdny I raw ji
rhlnocoro.i for ihe firs', tlmr-."���lior-
liner-lUuHlrite '/.cilung.
Only One "Bi-lUMO QUININE"
To  go*,   the  genuine,- cull    for    full
name,    I.AXATIVK   llitOMO   Q1JJN-
INI*:.   Look    for   ������Iguiiluro of K. W.
('illOVI''.    t'lu'M a- Cold in Ono Day,
Terrible .Scalding  Accident
For taking the pain out ot a burn
or scald thero is nothing equal to
,-Zam-Buk. 'Mrs. Eugene Demers,. of
Pembroke; Ont., who was,the victim
ofa painful scalding accident, proved
this. Sho says: "I was "carrying a
boiler of steaming water from the
stovo to the wash-tub, when suddenly
my strength failed. As. tho boiler
was falling in spite of my efforts, I
heard my babies crv, and to avoid
scalding them. I gave** the.; vessel a
quick turn. The effect of this was
that every drop of the boiling water
poured over my feet and limbs,
scalding- me from my waist down.
"As soon as I saw .the children
had escaped, T told my oldest boy to
bring the Zam-Bulc (which we always
keep in tho bouse)., r applied Zam-
Buk freely, and tiio pain was soon
eased, i continued using Zam-Buk
and in a wonderfully short time the
sores  were completely healed."
Zam-Buk is equally good for cuts,
bruises, eczema, ulcers, piles, pimples,
etc. Price 50c per box, at all druggists and stores, or post freo from
tho Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on receipt
of price. Refuse substitutes and imitations'. There is nothing'"Just as
good!" ���*>
Sit- ITenry Lucy, tells how, after
the homo rule bill rupture, Sir William Harcourt and Sir Henry James
still. retained unbroken mi intimate
friendship. ������
One day, in conversation. Lord
Morris remarked on the '.���harm of
this incident in the storm and' stress
of party warfare.
' ,"Yes." said Harcourt, softly, with
a wistful faraway, look' in his eye,
"we are, as you may say, brothers."
. "So wero Cain and Abel," said
Lord Morris.
Naturally ..V5.,
, Church���I see Chic.agoans are 'agit-
a.tiug for-, ii new city charter.   *   ,.
Gotham���Sure" thing. You see the
women, are voting thore now, and
they think Lho charter should have a
few frills and llouncos on it.��� Yon leers Statesman.   *
Provided For,
"Do you find tlu.t the* cost of Jiving keeps ou increasing?-'
"No. T have at' last succeeded in
getting it so arranged that both of
my sons-in-law can live at the expense of our stockholders."���Chicago
Record-Herald.       ��� '
How Lang Learned to Read
Andrew Laug���the best prose writer of the age. aceording;vto many critics���took to the printed page lilmost
as instinctively-as a duckling takes
to water. "About the, age-of four,"
he relates. "I learned to read by' a
simple process..I had heard the elegy
of Cock Robin until I knew,it by rote,
and i picked out the letters and
words which compose . that classic'
till I could read ,it for myself. A
nursery legend tells that a^s "a child I
used to arrange six open books on six
chairs and go from one to the other
perusing them 'by turns. No doubt
this was what' people call 'desultory
reading,' but I did not h-?ar the criticism until later, and then too often
for my comfort."
A Business Call
"I shall call tipou -j fortuin- Wilier
this morning," said Mr. Klubb. "Going to- try. lo learn, something about
the future?" asker. - Mr. Waggles.
"Yes, I'm going lo ask him when he
expects to pay the arrears of rent for
that cottage of, mine ho is occupying
as a School of Astrology and Institute
For Psychological Research."���Birmingham Age-Herald.
Che family remedy for Couehs *nd Cold*
**mall   dose.    Small  battle.    l*e.t tince   1870.
Dividing the Effects
"Well,  wife,  wo are divorced."
"Lor us,divide our valuables equally."
, "Would you rather have the grand
piano or' thi.-j porterhouse steak?"���'
Kansas City Journal.
, Dad (who has brought his son to
the links for the first time)���"Is it "a
good lie, Harold?"    =
Harold (unconsciously ranking
him with the great)���"aFther, I cannot tell a good lie."���Punch.
A popular actress was condemning
the  flirt. ,      .'
"Tho flirt," .she said, "has a.good
time in the present���a good time of
a sort in the present���but what about
tho future? Many a girl is ,'bu the
shelf, today because she' kept men
on the rack yesterday."���Washington
Many mothers have rcucon to bless
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,
because it has relieved 'the little ones
01 suffering and m.-.de ihem  healthy.
"T,lif>_"_*i*n;Trfiii'*!P i-S V GEY���thill; iSP.'t
she?   What would you think.our age3
were?",0 r,   ' ������        '      .
"Well, sho ' seems ten years older
than she is, and she's ten years olde:-
than you. . 'Ihen ��� you seem years
younger than you arc, so.that makes
thirtv years' diffevnee between you."
���Pole 'Mole.
Minard's   Liniment   used   by   Physician-.-
Much  Easier
Candidate oi ideals���Wouldn't you
rather bo right than president?
Practical Friend���Certainly! It is
so much easier to be right.���Baltimore American.
M/^f^.viofr t/yn        n/,ii��lf,r     i-nf>,TI till.
give yoji ��5 for that picture if you
don't put another stroke to it.
Artist���I am really vory flattered
by your offer; but it is not quite finished. ,   '
Moloris'c-T-Oh! that doesn't matter;
[ just want'the canvas to mend a
busted tire with.
Every Stiff Joint Limbered,
Rheumatism Cured!
That Old Family Remedy "Nerviline"
is  Guaranteed  for the  Worst
���' Cases
QiaO  '       ���'	
.Rheumatism'today is unnecessary.'
ft is sy iso!.. understood and so-renil-
ily'curable that every day we have reports of old chronics being freed ot
their tormen'ter,
"I can speak confidently of the Nerviline treatment, for the simple reason that it cured me," writes Albert
1$. Cornelius, rrotn Kingston. "You
can't iniagino.how &Uff and lame and
sore- I was. Nights at a timo i
couldn't sloop" well. I followed tk&
.Norvllino directions carefully���had it
rubbed into the sore regions four or
live times every day. Every rubbing
helped to reduce the pain. The swelling wont down. I got a fair measure
of relief in a week. I also "took two.
Fen-ozone Tablets with my meals.*
They increased my appetite'and spirits, purified ir.y blood and toned up
my system generally.
"I am as well today as a ..un
could be���in perfect good health. I
give Nerviline all  the credit."
A largo family sizobottlo of Nervl-
line costs on'-- 50c, or the trial siza
2J)C, and is useful in a hundred ills ia
the family. ' .Whether it's toothache,
earache, headache, neuralgia, lams'
back or a coUl, Norvllino will euro
just as'readily as it will cura rheumatism. For .family use nothing equals
Nerviline.      ���
Small  Tacks
illow is this for a stunt? Tho
centre of Ihe tack industry used to be
Bromagrove, ���*���". town" in Worcester,
shire, ICng., where all work was done'
by hand, lt was a common feat for
experts to-forge 1,000 fo 1,200 tacks
so small as to fill tlio barrel of ;ui
ordinary gcose quill, their weight being only about twenty grains.
"No* Gladys,'"' said Mrs. Cumrox',-
"you cannot go to thj party tonight."
"   "Why not?"
"Because we cannot bo out ,of fashion. Thero Is only one sot. of rainbow hair in the house, and I .im going
to wear that myself."���Wanhiagtou
Star. *������ .
"What?" cried the ��� careful house-,
v.ife, "you charge me $l-a buskel fo." *
these potatoes?"
"Yes, ma'am,"--answered the polite
grocer. ''That is the.- very lowest
price we can sell them for." .
"How is it that I can get them from
Brown's Tor 90 'c.nts, then?".
Brown has taken a fancy to you. He
is a widower and you are beautiful.
Unfortunately,    I���     Yes'm,      $i.-��
Cleveland Plain Dealer,
"Money talks," cpjoted the Sago."
"Yes, and it stops talk," added the
Fool.���Cincinnati   Inquirer. c
The  most dreaded   results   of   neglected   nervous   diseases���Study   this   chart   and;
the symptoms   stated   hero  to laarn  If you are In danger��� ,       '
DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD will cure^you.
To understand pa
it is well to remuiyilicr
Made the Hot Air Work
Until tho al'l <>r Rolfi-ic.*' wuh Invoked thr work of ilninndlug car.-i
loaded wllh'��;uil In winter In I'lil'a-
dolphin proved *o bo ft vory heavy
tank, for It'i-I'ioi*. happened llmt wlir-lo.
triilulohilH    iiri'lvfd   with    thn    con I
flWOIl  Inlf) II  Hlllill  lllflMri,  Sl-.ll'IICU l'lllll
ti ruiicntlo and nearly airtight liou*-.-
iit, (irooiiwlnh l'ulnt, Into which twin-
t.y-ono loaded coal earn mny ho hack*
oil nt, ono time HU* Hi. ninny" pies lu
uu ovon. Here lu n toinporatnro of
ITiO or litol'i' dogn'Ort liln solid '*on-
tonlH of a car are thuwoil Ioohc fi��t|i
i ii��' niiifd. Hi n-iii} nuiinii �������� m .���>���'��� L..
ccnklii'- jirooi ������" Voh.\", fninpli*l'*il. !'"���
cant nro tiikou from tlio ovon und
UnlHt-'d ovor the -slip, when tlio oonl
I'iiiih oui i-iiii!!-.. That hot air ca.i
tin tu I woiiiy-oiic earn lu forty mill-
utoH what It ifiul-  1 Ou inoii a dny to
Ask    for    Minard's
no    take  no
"In thnl right, Charlie, un your
minium  'iln you  wlv  :i  lluili'oii?"
���T'*r--.vtt>--~litil only villi the blunt
ond of li." --I'uiK'h,
liiule  Ih-uiiih oi  iii'kiiimIiiii''.
Utile liugH und klUfOfi,
Make ii little maiden
('hiiiiK" hot- iiaiiio In  Mi'---
���Vale   lU'e-Vl-'l.
A jf-cent census uf I'm'land anl
Wiil*.-.-*. him*** t��ii\nt-i*ii v.oiuciV
,, A,--The Cer��.
(mini im iik** eaiiio
of im* r-11i>i^i**i-n-*i,> :hhI
Il. ��� Tlici (Vi*.
helium controls tliii
nation of llm voluu-
dry muscliM.
Ui���ihi* Mc-iluim
I>.--Tlie S|)lu��l
Cord carrlns nrrv��
forco from tlie* brain
to the nrrvft lllirri.
IT. ��� C a u d
I'. ��� S c i k I i c
Nerve ,llii��. di"r*\nj;*i��
merit of which '��
known at M-'utiea
���ml ��,i*i.��lii.* 1 lion-
ralysis and locomotor ataxia, which is paralysis of the limbs, and their causei��j
that, every movement of the body or its members is clue to the contraction of
muscle, which can only take place under the.influence of,
nerve force. As this all-important "nerve force is creatcdi
in the nerve centres of the brain nnd,'spinal cord, and
conducted along* wire-like, nerve fibres to the various parl.i
of the body, any derangement of the brain, spina! cord or
nerve fibres may result in paralysis or loss of the power o(
Paralysis, theft, is tho natural result
of all nofirlqctcd nervous diseases."
Ifyou find yourself nervous and irritable, oversensitive toli^ht, sound and motion, addicted to'
continual movement or tapping of the fingers,���
twitchinj; of the muselcs, sudden .startings and
jerkinys'ol' I In* limbs durin-f sleep; ifyou liavo'
.nervous headaches or dyspepsia, are unablo1
to sleep or rest, fuel downhearted and dis-1
cournged, and unfit to fight the battles of
life;.if your nerves are weak anil exhausted,!
your blood thin and  watery, you  hava
every reason lo four paralysis of al least
iome pait of the body, and uitufrquent
���sulVering and helplessness,
Paralysis can always be prevented,]
and partial paralysis actually cured, by
the timely use of Dr. Chase's Nerva
Food. The time to begin treatment is;
when any of the abovc-inciitioneil
symptoms become Apparent. Thes*
arc indications- of a degeneration of
ihe nerve cells, and when nerve force-'
becomes exhausted, paralysin in bound1
lo follow.
acl>- nn the system in an entirely diflerent wny UM
ordinary medicine-**, It, is neither a stimulant t#j
whip tired nerves to renewed activity, nor u nawj
I'olie, or opiate, (o deaden the nerves, On thw
rontrary, it is a food cure, which forms new, red!
corpuscles in the blood and creates new nerve cells.!
Ivvcry day it is bringing back health, strength ami
vitality lo s.*orc- and hundred's who have 1-s.vmim
discour.'grd through the failure of divtoi-; ai.d-
other trealmenH to cure them. Why not r-vt-
.started on the way to health at ouce hy using thi**-!
great food viire Y Dr. Chase's Nerve i'ood, 00]
centd a box, ���! boxes for WM. At all ��Ura!*rs, -.M?
EDMAN'SOV, IMTKS ,<*��� CO., litvmn, Toranlst,[
Write lor booklet ou " The Ntrvti." V  r  ::"-'i''-.'i:!;  "���������unO  ;y   -y   \V;*"l**e-*-:}*iy the  ''*   -0 ������������������ ���������i \'n b o pi a n d  - i -.-s-j X- *.-rapoiny..;  * .il nut itoid   it sell'  r-;t *.iui .vpinionsof oth-  , ;-.piii*rtv in its columns  U.' t'ill'.O.  AY J UFA* IS 10H  r^������������-f>fc'J>JW>^W^������V������  -IR NOTICE  j-y.-v,-   TO TAKii'A*SD  ���������     '   I'Al'lf.i,  ��������� *.   . ..*V/i{iv-u  Uiat Eaqui-  ���������     \ -.���������il v;iy,   nr    YiotDtiil.  ., ���������      ."��������� , *, r u liter ci to tako, and  ���������,   -' -iii,>M8 per 2-1 iiouis, <f wiiter  .1        .   .-,   s vJn-oi-",  i'liidi i\ iv.-s ia   a  .-   -.- '     :.ir>t)inu   t'uroiii-h   Newcastle  i.- ������,i.l ciuyi si iuti> Slns'ls ���������>{ Oeor-  .--..''���������"���������-1-..1 f. wot  li   Hi},'   Quiilicum  '<���������:..��������� -. .iiorwl'llie uiv. i't-d'nl-000"  ���������    ';..i'..   ".-���������in  iail-.v:-y and w ill be us-.d  '  !������������������'<''.���������   r'I railway j tt- |)<'S- s ou tlie l<)ld  *  --.-"Hif-l ;*; r.iil'.vuy Ri-lv of W..y.   This  . :\ ':'.vn< jmsteiloi lio gnu* ,d ou   the  ,* d..y i.'J Ayr"!. 1S>13.      'ill-; nviil-oalion  - '. h'. l-'ui! itiiPi: Diiioj of l;ls ffiter Ri-  I'l'i.r ii*. yi.otniu., IJ. O.    Objec.ioi-s may  .-��������� '-\K)d \v'!h 'die snid Will- r  Recorder  (r  v; '  -*iv t'omplruikr o{ Water Rights,  ":',-..-W.*U'.iit Uu'l'li 'gi-, Vi(j-.������ m IJ. C.  l-iSi .i���������'.���������' i M ALT & "NANA! JIU 1' AlIAVAY  0 Applicant  -      ������ ��������� -li. i:' UKASLlfV  A;,r������ut  ������iy7  IX Till-; C*..-*. iS i V   i Ui'iU UI''  .   NANAIMOUOLDE^ |  A'-l? CUMBERLAND.'   -  JN TOE-MATTERof Sarah Ell-  enor Tyson deceased, intestate,  '   *   AND      .  IN THE MATTKTi of tlio "Offi-.  cial Administrators Act.1'  TAKE NOTICE tliat by order  uf   liis    Honor   JuiVe   l'-ark'-r,  C* '  made the 5th day   of   November,  1013, I was appointed  Administrator of the Estate  of the above-  mentioned deceased, and* all   parties  havino-   claims   against * the  said estate ai-f-* hereby  required to  famish same,   properly  verified,  to me on or  before tho 13th day  December, 1013.    AND all   parties indebted to ��������� said   estate,   are  required to  pay   tho   amount   oi'  their indebtedness   to   me   forthwith, , .  Dated this llth day of Noveni'  ber, 1013.  "W.'Wysr.Ev Whxabii,  Official Administrator,  (Jiimberland, 1). C,  ���������t\.iit  ,-������������������-',  jL^Jtu**.  NOTICE  ,A LU'i-'SGi. TO TAKE_A"ND"  \I*& wrr!*-.'.-:,.  ���������* .)T'.<.'--* iii '"������������������"���������reV -."���������-.-cu Una Ksiiui-  - :��������� ' ���������$. ii-.ni. iwo "iiiilvv >-, of ViO'toriii,  -.. '���������: ii'i'l.'iyj'ly f-r B "I c iioe to tnko aud  ." .' '-iJ-./.i'O;! "ni.-ns j)-:i" -}-i h.iara, <.2 water  ... ���������*.'* -x-.i'-Oy '.rutl:, w-'i'ssh *\������.i^*-������ i������ a uor-  .-;.���������;.,-1 ! i.'.'i:;>j liir'j-.'y . >'a,vcas,l]d Dis-  . v-. ,mu -.ni^iies'in;.��������� L������ up Bay, Dear  ���������<��������� ��������� -rro- i fl:i:ck- The wiit .-��������� will b.- diver  '.-i ,-X l* I ."*-(*������������������ r-p f"re*uu U.uy Railway aud  .vi'il If. u>oil fi)rj'cloL-.*.-vul���������I\.iiKYjy pmpo>es  ...j i.1:o l.t'ul (iL'.-joiiixiil ;',j Uailwby Right ol  \V,..y. yn-.'.i u'tioj v.Ma p-a'.'-d oa    the  irioiinil (PT"trnj-  -.1-  .!'_A  .���������yriV-JflJJL.  ��������� ���������j'iVi, n-pnl-iji.uUiii \-iiU  V-IU*.'"! ih tlia  oflioe  ��������� ." 'no WitBi- IVcokl-r at Yicto.-i-v, 13. O.  IN   THE   COUNTY   COURT  "OF NANAIMO   11 OLDEN.  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN THE MATTER OF Daniel  -   jflngan(i deceased, intestate,  who  .   died at   Cumberland, ')."'C   on  June 25th 1013.  -   ���������       AND  IN THE MATTER of the  ������������������Ofii-  cial Administrators Act.''  TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor' Judge Barker,  made the 5th day of November,  1013, I was appointed -Administrator of the Estate of the above-  mentioned deceased, and all parties having claims against tlie  said estate are hereby required to  **���������  ��������� J  furnish same, properly verified,  to me on or before the 13th of December. 1013."-AND al) parties  -j-i i d ebt^tiiiiijJ__esjtjtei;__aro _ re-  quired to pay the  amennt of tbeir  .!���������'  ���������cVur.F,   ������:���������>>���������  bo ti) A w.tva "tha 6;iidiindebtedness to me forthwith.*.  '���������A'liu-r Uocoj'itor i-v v. itli   ilia Comptrollw '  .���������f W\ls i-M"ihte,  i'artlui ������at JUt Mings,  > iu'iiVf, "il u:  '������������������.������������������"I'aitAT/r. & NANAIMO llAILWAY  Avplicm't  ������,. Is. BKASLEY  A'fj-ent  : -' ���������' ' niy������  Vv AT  BR NOTICE'  i"OK A LKU-IXCU'l T.9 TAKK. AND  US 15 WA'JLHill,  .-UIICH i.i lievi'hy  ���������*���������}���������/00 that K {-jui-  i>;   N.m.iimo   Kailwiy ui Victoria,  ('.. svil'i \\')\*>y tiu-uliuo'itti to ttt'-o anil  1- 'i)0,0*JO(s������iiMi)iii) i-*s"2-.il hours, of water  . . 0,' t'-.iiili.o   U. 1 *,������������������!(,  v/liiuh il������w8 ku ti  >   r:.,\ ,-:*/ '.ircctirii tUr(i\).l{,li   Naletm l)i.B-  .   j ��������������� il (���������n'Mk'N i i*n> Ka-jino Stwml near  'I ...u'.r U'VLT.    Tiiu Wlti'l* will bo ilivo'tr0  y, I'lOO'-ii'iitre'im frinii Uiibvny anil wll be  u.-.-.i Sir Onoitil Uuilway purpot *i������3 oa tho  ,(i il (li'.-uriUsil fj'i ruiUay "/.ylit of WuyTlii*-  t .ic>j v/iia jjo-toil on tLtt ncoiuiil ft'i  tlio  3r.l ilij* of Ai-iil, l'Jlfi    The  aupliofttiia  wi 1 lm liW in  t'-'i- (..''ilae*.) of tbo Wntor  il . eder, Vitilo-iiu, B.C.   O jiiotioiiB, may  !ji. t;l''d ������!llitlio h;m! \V.j|t t HotonloF or  ��������� i-.ll  Iri VnuptrolU;;-  nf  \\'-,vvc"j Hi^htn,  !'-t-l''iniuiii lijiliiUKfi, Viuto-ti, IK C.  '',-i''i!HMM.\r,T i-i N\NA1.\U>U.\UAVAY  Ai>|)lj*-iisit  I.I., K���������    KASLKV  kk'utit  THK COUNTY  COURT OV  NANAIMO IIfcM-DISH AT  0VMrlKUJ./-.Xl>  Tlll-l    MATTE!?;  (M������    JSohn  'inl-ih nb:i>lui()Wii a.- Id-in flmylh  lecn.iwi'il, jiri^������ii>o.   "���������'li'* died at  ��������� v  Uuiil Uliw.il on -Jaily 5s l'.>l&  ANf*  )NTIIK M*ATT'/:il ,-,f i^M'-Olllciiil  A.lib'n,l*iri--to?ri Aim."  ���������VAKIvN'CTIiCKtii/.t by orcTer of-  F������is IffM'tr .fir^'Kfi fi'M rUt������������, rim tie  tlift ">th d������y nf Kovomhi'r, 1WIJ  1 v.itH iip{-milteil .-'.luD^iMtniiui  ������.( tll������ IC-tatii J& llw liS-HUU-iJi-MIr  Uiimeil dt-ieact/d, nudi all prtrijan  hiivinn thviuiti ii-;;.*.iu t th������* paid  i.-iitie .ire h<!r**by >>q'Uiri*;J' to fur  '  ni11r*ai/i<'f riro'/iurly    rcnftei), lit  w un or I'-'jI irb ff^i Hi h iii\y f>?  ti������r, r.>t;?..   AMI* '������i'l' Kir-  Dated this llth day ut November, 1913.        , - '   ���������  "W. WksM-SY "WilXARI**,      ,  Oflicial Admini-5tratoi'7i  Cs ni'iurland, B. C.  In'tHb)  COUNTY  COURT  OF  "    NANAIMO HOLDKN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTER oi Daniel O'-  CornJ^also known,ss Daniel  John O'CwiiitiU. deceased, intes-  tatr, who died at Capo Cummer  ell, Rupert District cm January  20, .1013.  AND  IN r HIS MATT KM oi the "Official ,  Atfi-ftinirttrairrra Ac',.w  TAKK NOTICK that hy oide/of  His lienor  Judge J'iar!fie.J, made  ihe 51h day of Novon-iner,. 1013,1  w.is  i;\)pointer}   AdRiinis-lrnloif of  the Kbuh&oI th& nh&v* roefttiojied  ^k'WJftHad, iv wi alii  pitrtiiea, Iliaving  cluiius JiRftMie-l th*  sa'x.1 ������Bta(������inre  hereby rwjtiJret) Hi) Suminh   same,  ;pvoperly vcritied, io m> or> or be-  fur& I ilie 13'.h  dny  o5   Dueomhur,  11*13.   AND ail pa?:ivs indsljted to  mid (.'State, \\rit rcqmnt} ti> yay thu  aniouivt o( llivir.   irtil'ebieiDmJHii  lo  ma f(-:*rtliwi(l'i. *  Dated-thin lUh i^y of Kovvm- j  hor, 1913.      ' I  \V. V/VMil'-Y WhtlAtro  OlHiilil Admii t h.***.  -yuusborlnnilrti V,  WATER NOTICE  i.*-'.*i-'i*  lii-s hi'  IPOs: A U������;WN(J"K.TOTA*EK-ASD  \J9ti WA1MU  WnWK ia liai-ub? -r/roti Mint K i) i-  i'llviV. -k Nr.nu*iM 3Av*f*jiji, ������������ 'Vieti ii.,  Y��������� I.'. .*.!'.'.:.;', ly *>"*' ���������*��������� lfTn������<> ro hil(B iii-.l  \iw lca..0(V) jmITtm xor 1& lio*������-rH,o-f wi|i-r  out of Hoy, Ci'O'ili, v/hiulv flunvu- in otHiiSti-  |oi*ly (lircaM*;)*  tliicAinV,  'Tuninc Dl������,lriu'  uud ������������������iii'yfit-n i:.Sn Own '.*v UwVionr, j������in  '.'Vrvjt TTivnr.. -XIh) witVir will' >������������������> i!'i>' ������������������ ��������� d  ,.ii ���������������.".*������ * v*i,i.. iv,-..'.. - ���������������������������- u..'���������!-������������������ ,|:>'       - ���������'  |>D Wrd fi.r *Xin'i������i   X'ti-, .;  j     ;���������      I-   ���������.  Ilvi Ifi-ll''   .!'���������   '       '   '.���������   ���������'��������� -*' - ��������� ���������    ���������'���������    '  li  It-'itt'd, \* 3ibt kv-\i\tf, nr  v>"y.",:\U>)i*y  ti'-  ������iii.);i-."j   ; i  llit'ir iii(i-t-bt\ ln*-!;* i:> in*- iuil "���������  T;itb.  H>.t"d  th'H  >?tf. v'.'V  ������f   Xeww-  tor, tail*.  \V. >\*iM,i������.'n ^Vll,^^^(^  Otrj;n*'i '������������������'1 *->ui^trr*tSv*,  ;ti  f  ���������Craar^-V ������.���������������%. ������'  Vic) ri-(, l',( .  ���������������������������^���������nM.u;t',,i- n,,sA./.:  iliiflb'.  TSE   NEWS;   CUMBBBKAND,   RRTTISF ' CGLltMBJA.  - L J J.���������I.��������� '������������������ ���������*������- *���������--��������� !  .\ " -r..-   r_.ji    , i>,, n.m ��������� ^ywg^?**<^^^aff"^fi  l|  If not, you had better  TRY SOME     It's both  ltfhoiesome& Palatable  Ji DRRUGHT at "Joe Walker's'���������  l^eoi England Hotel, and in Bottles at all the."'''Hotels.  A Most Healthy   Beveridge   and  made  from the PUEEST   of Malt and Hops!  pring  f    ������1UW  Anything, you want  and whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  "���������Vi.uV  LETTKUIIKADS  BILLHEADS  ENVELOPES  PAMPHLETS  C ATA LOC-iTES  MKNCS  HLOTTKlfS  DODGERS  ���������l'OSTEUS  SHIPPING TAGS  VWriNO CARDS  iH.tWNEss CAIIDS  WHIjD'NO l:T.vTIONnilV  "   ; .',  I uu ��������� i.A .| Mi'..-.  KTC,.. K'I'(J.,  KTC,  ��������� 1  (  ;" 1  i'i  11 r  ���������'���������'i  ���������8  i  ������������������a  i i  Id  r  I  hi -Or ***** *t*U%U  I  \\. V. JiliVSLl'.Y    y   A    'I  *tl'������ I-  i���������\  E CUMBERLAND' NEWS fffHE ^twisXwmiaMM^, ft itf  m  I  THBOUGHOUT  IN     EASTERN     CANADA ,' PRINCc  EDWARD  ISLAND   HAS. THE  LARGEST   PERCENTAGE  LOST  GOLD   MINE   IN   ARCTIC  - -      .. -.-���������_    ��������� :-     - -   .  DAIRY INSTRUCTION  IN SASK.   , j  In  "Western   Canada   Every.-Effort   is  Put   Forth   in   Providing   Means  of  Education for the* Increasing Population,  New Schools  Being  Opened  -���������   Ev?ry Week of the Year.  Tlio school attendance, iii Canada  is set forth, in a. statistical work "just  published by the census branch "and  based upon tho last census. * The .to-,  tal  populations between the' ages of      2,1-12,901),  were ah  six and twenty . years was  which  number  l,12-i*,800  school in- 1910.    Tho;   pei--,  is 52.51.   Of the total 991,534  of.  tending  rentage  Were  -'.151  n*  Canadians, 58,115  British and  foreign  born.   In  the   eastern  -provinces the highest percentage, ot  attendance between 7 and 14 years  was In Prince Bdward Island with  84.00 per cent., closely followed b>  Ontario- with., 84.27 per cent,; Nova  . Scotia with, 82.86'per cent.;-Quebec  Kith 80.96 per cent., and New Lnms-  u-ick 80.05 pc'i cent. In the wes*-,  ���������British Columbia led with 75.3o per  tenL; Manitoba second with 74.114 per  cent;; Saskatchewan, 66.71, and Al-  ',   berta, 62.83.. . -,      '    ���������    -���������  iu 19*11 Prince Edward Island had ..  reboot for the -196 of the total Population, Nova Scotia vone for every 185.  New "Brunswick one for every 18b,  Quebec one for every 290, and Ontario one for every ''76.  Quebec aiid Ontario t show the great^-  ��������� est percentage* of children between i  nnd 14 years of age attending school  for more than" six months, it being  70.47 per cent, of the total-number in  * Quebec and 74.4S per cent, in Ontario.  In  the  "Maritime  provinces, the  per-  ���������*- centage ranges-from 62 to 07 and 'n  tho west rronr43 to 01.  ..  y   Conditions, in the  West  Th������ bulletin' refcii'ing more partic-  , ulaiiy to the ".vest says: "The western  / provinces being the mecca of the im-  niltjrant and Hie bachelor- liomestead-  *'     cr'from the eastern provinces, have  lo faco the conditions which are in-  ' eidont to  the  opening  up  of  settle-  ,   ment in a new country and theroiore  *' cannot be adversely compared as regards   school   attendance   with   oluer  provinces   of   Canada,   where eondl-  '  tions are stable.    There    arc  many  things  which  vender  it  difficult  ior  th<" .settler.' whether  immigrant    or  -   Canadian born, to procure a working  ���������.-.education for his children���������the pnn-  ' * dpal of which are. for tho immigrant,  ���������    5f a foreign slack of knowledge of our  language, and for all classes, if home-  '   steaders, that they have to take up  land   and   make   homes, beyond .the*  point  where  municipal  organizations  exist and which have unwillingly, for.  some years to .deny their children an  absolute  necessity    of    a    common  iir  Archdeacon   Whittaker,   Pioneer   Missionary, Tells of Fruitless Hunt  .   For Hidden Treasure  An  extraordinary story of a    lost  gold  mine,  was  related recently  by  Archdeacon. Whittaker, Anglican pioneer,  wiio has labored' for 19  years  among" the Eskimos in* the vicinity of  the "Mackenzie'ri\vcr on the. fringe' of  the ���������/SeC'tic ocean,    The, gold mine is  supposed to be located between.Fort  McPherson and 1-lerschel Isfand.   According" "to   ; Archdeacon    Whittaker,  traditicn says that a,great number"ot!  years ago a party of nine men, one of  them an old C.1ML surveyor, found a  gold mine, which was stated to be of  fabulous value, among the mountains  in the vicinity.   They made elaborate  geographical notes so that they would  bc able to find "it again and thPn returned with, the object of-making the  necessary arrangements to work the  mine.   On the way out, each of them  heavily . laden  with  precious    metal,  provisions .van shore and seven ot the  party died. Tho two remaining organized another party but the geographical   calculations   were   lost   in   the  meantime and all attempts to, locate(  the  mine' ended ir., failure.  For the  past twelve or thirteen years,    says  Archdeacon  Whittaker,  party    after  party has attempted lo reach the supposed treasure.  "Two years ago," lie states, "I was  going down the' Porcupine on my way  to Dawson, and I met .half a dozen  men with a .little steam "launch'and  a big supply ol* food. Ry the way of a  joke I said'to them, 'Are you looking  for a lost mine?' not suspecting that  was what they were really after..They  claimed to have the oxacj*. latitude and  longitude with them and seemed altogether sure they1 would be'successful. But it they found gold, nobody  has ever head of it:"    ���������       '  Archdeacon Whittaker said that a  man named * "MoHae, a mininj; engineer in Mexico, gave, up a good job  and started cut with' a Sextant com-  pass.-to loolc for the treasure on the  strength of inside information, he  claimed he had in his possession. Mc-  Kae found indications, which led him  to belieVcy he was on the, right track,  and he came back aud secured financial-backin,-* to tho extent of $12,000.  lie bought"an elaborate outfit, including a motor launch and went in again  with four men, but the expedition met  the same fate as the rest. Two of the  men arc, still living in the vicinity.  Archdeacon , "Whittaker added that  Stefansson, the noted explorer, is now  using the motor boat.       ��������� - .'  _ Aflnnnl iml  -ITUUVTi i-.W"  "That the w-estcrn provinces havo  not been remiss in their duty in providing means ot education for the  multitudes, which flock to their cities  . nnd spread over; the plains in an ever  increasing volume, is evidenced by.  the fact that Manitoba put in operation on an average two liews schools  per week, each year since 1906, Sas-  - l*.atchcwan about, live aud Alberta  about three per week.    *  Percentage of Attendance  Quebec'    and    6nta;'lo  s'iows  (lu  greatest percentage  for children 7 tirhmpossiblo to  14 yearn or age attending school for  moro than six months, being 76.47  per cent, of tho total number in  Quebec and 74.4.1 per cent, in On-  .tario, In tho .Maritime provinces, tho  percentage ranges from 61.24 to 07,90  per cent, and in the praiiic provinces,  from 43.76 per cent., in Saskatcho-.  wan to 61.74 per cent.-in Manitoba,  In British Columbia tho proportion  was 67.114 per cent, The Maritime  and prairie provinces show the greatest proportion attending school from  four to six months In tho year.  Of Uie school population between  0 and 16 only 07.00 ,rpor cent, of mules  anil 68.78 p<"r cent,, of females were  reported as being at school for any  length of time In the school year pro-  coding tho census'. In other words,  for Camilla, exclusive of Yukon and'  tho Northwest Territories,, !!21 boys  and 313 girls per .1,000 of this ago  wero allowed to remain away from  school. A ceonling to this ago grouping tho highest percentage of school  attendance, 72.68 jior emit, for mules  and 72,61 per cent, for fomnlos wns  tnado by Piinco Edward IhIiitiiI und  Ihe lowest by Alberta, with 54.9-1 por  rent., for nui'os and 51.68 per cent,  for female--.  A Record in , Avalanches  ��������� "Avalanches in * Switzeralnd have  been numerous recently and it is said  that there have been more recorded  than for over a century. From all  quarters como--news 'of. destruction  caused- by the fall of great masses  of snow down the mountain sides,  but, by some happy fortune, no one  has been injured, although there havo  been, several'-'*narrow escapes.  7fn^h"Otei-iras-"-been*'desti-oyed-and--a--  number of bouses crushed by-an avalanche falling from the Col des Mcn-  .t'ets. .. .-;'. - .-,..,..���������:.- -���������-  Another avalanche sweep'ing' down  from a height of 1,200 feet has damaged a number .of houses in La  Hosiere and carried away several  chaflets. The thunder of the fall was  such tliat. it sounded as if the mountain .were 'crashing down, and the  tempest caused was #so violent that  in the .streets of Argentire, nearly  three-quarters of a mile away, it was  stand upright.  At La Frasse, at the foot of the  Aiguilles de Chiunonix, an avalanche  only came to a half at. the -walls of  tho house!? of the village. An enormous number of trees were dostrny-  leil, a railway lino damaged, a tunnel  destroyed, and threo chalets swept,  away.  Another avalanche, has cut tlio road  between ' Chamonlx nnd Losprnz,  while tho former town hat been.deprived of light owing to damage dono  to Uh electric light works.  Yet. another nvalancho descended  on'the higher part of Argentiorc,  from the Aiguilles Houges; a villa  was destroyed by It, a sawmill  wrecked, and sorlous damage done  to the elect rleulworhs, No such avalanche has been recorded there since  1812. Tlio fall of snow has b������on  enormous, and the Hakes Ilo over 6  feet, deep In tho village,  Telegraphic and '-telephonic coin-  nuinlcntloii has been cut off by tlin  snow-' iii the valleys of the Arve,  ("'Iffro, and Horno, while iruv<'lling Is  almost impossible In many parts of  tlio country.  Lantern Slides a Medium in Dairying.  Lessons���������W. A. Wilson Holds '..  52 Meetings  A complete series of'dairy meetings  havebeen recently completed in .rfas-*  katchewan, which have l.::vn~ of groat  interest and value to Lie fanners. Arrangements were '.ivi't'e with the  Grand Trunk- Pacific uni Canadian  -Pacific railway companies for,a lirst  class., passenger coach and accommodation i'or two "speakers. These two  coaches were fitted up under the direction- of da-.ry h*v.nch, ^department  of agriculture, Rogina. aiid provided  with lanterns and some eighty' Ian-,  tern slides, illustrating variou" . features of dairying as cone.ncled .in the  province and the work that was.being  done 'to promote tho industry. Uepi-e-  sentative slides were also sohwn of  dairy breeds and animals iii the/respective breeds with enviable records,  and'the speaker in each dealt, fully  with tho merits of such animals as I  compared with the ordinary type.  The car remained one day at each  place, and was moved from point to  point by' passenger, train. At many  points afternoon and ��������� evening meetings were hold. On the Grand Trunk  Pacific 2S points wero visited'and 52  meetings held. " The total number of  farmers attending the meetings was  3,81)1. with an average of 12S at each  place and 74 at each meeting. The  largest attendance at one meeting was  .350. and the speakers had to move  their equipment from the car .to a  meeting hall^n'town. The Canadian  Pacific itinerary covered 43 ��������� points  and 48 meetings were held. There was  a.n average attendance of 00- at each  meeting, and a total attendance of 2,T  612. The largest attendance .at oue  meeting was 110.  ���������.  The value,of lantern slides at such  (meetings cannot bo. estimated". It has  three chief features. U provides an  I attraction in securing a.n attendance:  it enables the s.peaker"to show what  he is talking about and promotes discussion on the various subjects presented.- in our past experience at  such meatings. we.never had anything  like the interesting discussions which  took place at the meetings where 'Lo.  slides were' shown. "Many of the  evening meetings lasted ' until aft*"t  midnight, and the afternoon meeting!--,  though slarte'd at two o'clock." seldom  terminated before six. In addition to  the lantern .slides, the speakers had  literature. for distribution, and suitable printed matter was displayed on  large cards throughout the car. It was  a. very, common occurrence fo see people ,in\ the audience with their notebooks, copying all that could be. copied from tho printed matter before  the meeting opened, and many remained afterwards to complete the information.  The railway companies co-operated  nobly with the government hi carrying out this programme, and supplied  the coach and equipment; together  with an attendant to look after the  heating "of"the" car,* entirely free of  co.st._Ia thisLrespeci; they gave a great  Gin io  LARGEST TELESCOPE  [PRAIRIE    INTO   VALUABLE   LAND  USED  -**    OF  TO   MEASURE   MOVEMENT;  STARS' FAINTER   THAN  FIFTH  MAGNITUDE     .  The   Canadian   Government   to   Build  the World's Largest Telescope at a  Cost of "$100,000, the    Sum    Representing  a   Notable   Contribution   to-  Pure Science.  ���������  The Canadian government will soon  posses a more powerful reflector telescope than  the  existence;   It  Stupendous.    Irrigation    Work     Near  Bassano-Practically Completed  .The    greatest    irrigation 'plant on  this���������������������������ide* of the world was. practically  i completed  with   the  finishing  of the  j great dam across the  Bow  river  at  ] Bassano, Alta. ���������  ���������  I in the Cauadian" work 3,000' men  : have been laboring constantly for  three years. A battery of steam  shovels, hundreds of concenc machines. 2,000 teams, a corps of engineers and survey men, hundreds of  freight 'cars for supplies  iaj. have been -employed  $17,000,000 has been spent to turn the  territory into a rich agricultural dis-  and  mater-  Altogethcr  REPUBLIC OF 110  :ai us --mstonr  COUNTRY   HAS   BEEN   THROUGH  MANY HANDS AND STRANGE  ,   ADVENTURES  news-  trier.  affected by  this distribu-  has  been  referred - to  in   - ���������  papers as "the largest telescope in the .     mc area  world"   but  this- description  is  mis-  lion of water lies at tho foothills of  leading  for two'reasons;,    First,  be-j the   Rocky   Mountains.     It   stretches  cause its aperature. 72 inches, is, to  be the same as that of the famous  Parsonstowu reflector, built by Lord  Rosso in 1S-12; and second, because  by the time the Cauadian instrument  is completed it now s.'ems likely that  the 100 inch reflector which' has long  been under construction for' - the  Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, will  also be ready for use. The Canadian  telescope" will, however. ,,be a much  moro efficient instrument '.ban Lord  Uosse's. Not only will the mirror be  much superior,' but the* mounting will  enable tho telescope to be worked.to  the full advantage. The Pr.rsonstown  reflector . has ah altazimuth," not an  equatorial, mouuting, and is operated  under such, difficulties that comparatively little* use has ever been made  of  it.' .   i  Contracts  for the    nev/    'telescope  have just been awarded to J.  l"*'ras:  hear for the mirrors and other optical  parts, and to .Warner and.Swasey for  'the mounting. The disk for the principal mirror will be mado.'by the St.  Gobain glass works, in Paris; but all  the grinding'and figuring will be'done  in the United Stales.   The total cost  will be .nearly $100,000.   Inasmuch as  tho instrument is intended primarily  and notoriously for work of no  immediate  practical  bcenfit,    via.,    the  spectographlc measurement, of radial  stellar' velocities, this sum represents  a very notable contribution    to pure  science, on the part of a government.  The telescope will have a parabolic  mirror of. 72  inches  clear    aperture  ahd 30 feet local length, with a central hole ten inches in diameter'.' Th(e  mounting is to be similar to that of  the,Ann Arhr:*- and Melbourne reflectors,' with a sl?i"telon tube at one side  and noaily midway between.the bear-  practically from the outskirts of Calgary east' to the Hcd Deer river and  as far north as Edmonton.  .Cutting this n immense irrigation  "block" nearly" in" half is tho How  river, a stream, 200 yards wide, which  rises iii tlio.Hockios and flows, an icy  lorront, through Alberta. Near Bassano it bends in a wide sweep like a  horseshoe, and there is located the  Bassano dam.  This"'dam is situated eighty-three  miles east of Calgary, is 7.000 feet  long. :>C0 feet thick at the base, narrowing at, the top to 'forty-live feet.  It' is built of earth, re-enforced with  concrete. "Hc-hind the*dam are the  gates of the main irrigation canal.  tho  the-  ings rjf ihe.long polar axis, the bal-1 Wool growing,  anco being restored by the declinatoii'  motion mechanicism and by' counter1  weights.,at the other side. "Both polar  and declination axes will' be carried  entirely ou ball or roller bearings 'of  collimating and a complicated system of counterwe'ighted rollers for relieving'the friction. The construction  will  also  be simplified  in  other  re-  Propose AssjsUPce to ^Wool Gr-.vc*s  The live stock branch of the Dominion department of agriculture is  prepared to offer practical assistance  this year to associations of wool  growers in the preparation and display of their wool clips for market.  Associations, in order to receive this  aid, must' be organized in accordance  with the regulations -of the branch,  and membership;; is limited to actual  owners of sheep. .West of Fort William an association must contain at  least 3,0.00 sheep, or sufficient to  comprise one carload of-wool;'east of  there, a relative -number. . The services-of "expert wool classifiers, who  will take charge of and perform the  grading, classification and preparation of the wool will be provided.  This proposal , represents much  more than a mere continuation of the  work undertaken last year, when two  wool classifier,^ in the employ of the  live stock branch,'visited the western  provinces and gave practical instruction and advice,, to sheep raisers upon  "Rather it means the introduction of  a definite scheme whereby wool pio-  duccrs may be actually ' assisted in  preparing .ml presenting their wool'*'  upon the market in the most acceptable fashion and thus bo in a position in cater' more directly to the re-  quiremets"'of the maiket. "Moreover,  it should  prove effective ��������� in  develop  deal or assistance to the "dairy industry, in this province, and have shown  their broad-mindedness in extending  tliii*' liberal' assistance' to aii lndu'stry  rcc'uiringso much attention.  spects,  omitted  all- fine circles will boiin^ and improving the general status  New Form of Civilization  .That the Basustos in South Africa  aro capable of. emerging from their  tribal system into a new form- of  civilization, apart from white influence whatever, is the belief of Ixird  Sclborne, a 'Conner High Commission;  er for South Africa.  "But it will take a .great many  generations," ho added. 'Yet the process has begun, and it is very inier-  esting to see the evolution from the  ordinary hut to the nice houso, and  also, to see tho evolution from the  tribal system ot cultivation to that  of lndlvidnal tenure of land. Thos-*  in Europe who think that our civilization might ho Improved hy our  abolition of fill forms of private property might do worse than consider  the attempts of. the more, intelligent.  Hastitos to escape from thoir tribal  system."  Lord Eelborne furl her declared lil.i  conviction Ihat thero aviis nothing to  fear from lho Unsutos in Mouth Africa unless they wero misgo>''.u'iie.d.  will the slow .motion arm  in right asceiTsTotn     rt~is~c'iraTa"CtcT-*  istic    of twentieth century technique  in astronomy that, although .'the new*  telescope wiil" have a full set of oculars   for  visual  observation,  no   program of visual work is contemplated.  Nowadays the camera takes the place,  of the human  retina.  The" main  purpose of  tho  instrument will  bc ,lhe  measurement of motion in tho line of  sight of sta.s  fainter than tho  fifth  magnitude;  a tii.sk beyond the llght-  gatheriug power of nearly all existing  telescopes..  Por such  work the telescope will  generally be used  in the  Oassogr'aln form;  tho light from (he  main   mirror  converging ��������� toward   a  focus,  ' will be received by a second  hyperboloii'ial  mirror  of    about    19  inches  anovture  and   10  feet    focus,  placed about. 2n feet above tho main  mirror.    The   light    passes ��������� thonco  down through��������� tin hole, in tho   main  mirror, and tho slar images aro formed about three feet below llie latter,*  Here the spoctrograph will be placed.  Por the fainter stars of low* dispersion  tho  spectograph    will    probably    be  placed at the.prime focus,, An investigation of the atmospheric conditions  In different, parts of Canada is now In  progress, to detcniiliiovhero the tel'*-  scopo     will    ho    located  American.  of. sheep raising ami in creating an  "im"pe"tus*"t"0Ttl-"e"���������production-antlrprBpar'  ation of an improved gnvlo.of wool  -,i(l indirectly a better class' ot mut-  Un.  The branch will also provide tin?  means for the establishment of a  central bureau*for t.hc distribution of  currcnt0 information respecting domestic and foreign markets of wool,  so that' the associations may be con-  constantly- in command of complete  knowledge concerning the source of  the demand and the ruling price of  all grades. .���������  H Gllam* a in forma I ion of this nature  will serve as an excellent asset to an  association in directing its policy and  placing lt in closer relaliouslilp with  t*.1*'* demands'or the trade,  Sheep raisers desirous ot taking advantage of thi; offer and ot forming  an association,should writo, for detailed information and application  forms, to tho llvo stock commissioner, Ottawa.  History Dates Back to the Year 720-^.  The  Aztecs   Established  an   Emptr-9  With  a   High   Grade  of  Civilization.  Before   the   Invasion   of  the   Span-"  iards."  The republ-'c of Mexico, officially  called the United States of-Mexico,  was one .of the two grcaf vice-royalties of Spain in the new world, .Mexico aud Peru, represented the dominions of a territory extending from the  undefined north rto the' extremity of  South America.  From the hopelessly confused legendary accounts of events-in prehistoric 'Mexico, it is-possible to make  out only a rough outline of what happened, The To!tecs began a long  course of wandering through the valleys-about rim year 720. They held,  sway until HOo, when their power  was overthrown and they .themselves  driven southward through Central  America. Their conquerors the Chi-  chimecas, held the land until ti they  were, iri turn,-overpowered by  Aztecs, who had wandered into  country from the north.  Aztecs Established Empire  .<��������� ���������  The Aztecs established an empira  with a high grade of civilization considering tbe wilduess and savagery ot  the'rest of the American hemisphere.  Tho architecture, government, inoda  of living, and commerce were such as  to astonish the Spaniards under Cor-__  tez, who invaded the country in 1519.'  *Montezum;.._was their emperor.  The Spaniards quickly went, to war  with' the Azotes. The 'atter fought  bravely for a time, but could do nothing before Cortcz's cannon.  lu  lSiO a priest, Miguel    Hidalgo,  rang the church, bell and called upon ,,  his people to throw off the'yoke of  foreign tyranny*.   A year later he waa ,  captured and shot, but the revolution  continued  until  1S22,  when Iturbido,  a former...Spanish official, but then ft  revolutionist, was procla-med  emperor  of  the  independent  monarchy,  a .  ���������year later a republic war established,  iind  Quadalupe Victoria became  the  first president. ���������    .  Texas Quits Mexico  In 1830-the Texans made good their  separation ,-from  Mexico,    and    ten  years <later the United States army invaded    the country, finding an easy  conquest.    Civil, war    followed    and -  some of  tho European  powers  sent.'  troops to protect the foreign citizens  in Mexico.  Later on, all but France withdrew  their troops, and it was thea that Na- .  poleon HI. unfolded his plan for establishing a Trench empire in Mexico.  He persuaded, the weak-willed Atis-"  trlan Archduke Maximilian to ascend  ���������tho���������t-hrono���������w.ith���������hig���������������.'ifp. tho now iti-  sane Kmpress Charlotte."     * ���������  ���������  ' The  Mexicans  then overthrew  the  monarchy," captured and shot the emperor and established another repub-.  lie.    General Juarez, leader    of    tho  patriots, tecaino president. Upon hia  death, in 1872, Juarez was succeeded  bv Lcrdo de Trejada, who w-as ousted"  by Portiirio l"iaz, in 1877.   Diaz watt  succeeded by his friend, Manuel Gonzalez, in 1880, ,who was, in turn, tol-,  lowed by lilaz again, tho latter having  changed tho constitution limiting tho  terms  a  president might hold.  Follow   United   States  The government is patterned after  that'of the United States, having a  president,    vice-president,     congress  composed of iwo houses, and a simlr  lar system of judiciary.  SMOKE  NUISANCE  Railways to be  Asked  by  Board to  Abate Trouble  Tlio railway enm miss Ion will auk  lho railway officials in speak to the  question of requiring furl her mid additional smoltu consuming devices  nml thu nniplKlciilloii of existing orders with ii. view to ulmlliiK the  ininl'p nuisance nt terminals,  About, two yi'iii'H ako tho board  passed nn order compelling railways  to do nil In their power lo avoid tho  Kinolio iiulRiinco. Thr'' order re'iulrnd  thom to burn proper coal on their  locomotives, und and iiIho Io liavo  nmoko o.oiiHuinliig devlo-in equipped  ln the round liousi**-, Lately tlio  hoard has rocolved several complaints nml ns a result linu decided  to hear what (he official*,- of the  roiids havo to say against Uio board  r'uiHlng a moro hiniit-oi^t ouici.  Larfjest Yards In tho Wcrld  Construction operntlono, extending  over a period of itlmort two yours,  havo now brought to a completion the  iiew terminal yards ui tlio CMMl. al  North TnmBcoiiti.  Tho WlnnipoK ti'rmliials of tho (J.  V, 11, nro now tlio liirRi'st ot their  hind in America and perhaps tho  JargoBt In (ho world. All Lold ilioy  comprise within a fraction of a mile  of 300 miles of tn-icl'8. The Trnns-  cona trader, a^*r���������>"��������� m'al*'<** a fofn! nf i/ifi  ���������nrt cover nu ajcjcrrRatn dlbttuKe of  J0.1 mllpR. Op thi'������if- thr-re Is n cap-  m(-lty for M00 ������������rs now and the vork  In proBpert for iho future will brlnu  this caiu.if.Uy uji to ]���������"-,<���������������'.) tar*.  Dyod Shoes Are Dangerous  If >uu dye yonr brown boots black  you may havo to iipomi more money  than If you bought a dozen pairs or  new boots,    In many of thoso dyes  aro iinllliu'  colors, which  nro easily  absorbed  by tho  open  pores of Ilio  fiiot, and lho result may he h very  severe typo of blood poisoning.  Tlio latest uihp r(-|ioi'ted Is Unit of  perfectly hnalrliy young mini who  ...   ...... ll|l(l  a , --  ��������� .   .  woro n pul������' of brown shves that  Just been dyed blnclt nnd won; not yet  dry, In two hours hn became MvU,  tho 11lit) Mulsh, (ho rsrs purple, the  nostrils retracted, the nkln chilly ai.d  tlio puUu  lilt) and weak.  The dnetont wero puzzled mil 11 thoy  saw (ho newly blacked shoes in a corner of the room where tlio yowiR man  hud IIiihk tlii.m in Ills j.Kony. After  treatment tho youiiK ���������man recovered,  hut, hn wanted no more of fix* shoes.  In another case a yonn-; man put  ml a |i:ili' of shoos dyed In tho (Mint*  way, and, puttlnp; on no socks, mount*  ��������� .1 I.I" \ I ".'-'to in flftof**! mtnuten ho  v-fin ���������.���������eW.Pif with naiiscii and foil faint-  in'-1' from Ins whno). Ho was .'c'-'ously  ill for throo days.  Tlie usual dye mud,, for this pur-  pone In uiilllno blnclt In nnllliin oil,  which Ih ������|iilekly absorbed hy iho  .vi-v.r, r.t (iir. root *a,i cmifnantlv rtni������n.  The moist uro of thi! feet, aids also In  dlasolvliij: tho dye that has passed  tlirouuli tho loatlmr, mnklntt It <a.-'.y  for tho dyo to reach the feet lu n soluble -state.  Telephoned Between Train and Depot  While tho oiisihoiind Lackawanna  Limit od of tho P. L. and W.lt.K. was  speeding on a non-stop run over tho  ���������">:���������! miles between Hcrantou und  Strodduhurj,', I'cnnii,, C V. Logwood,  enRlncor of tho Deforest. I'liKlnoerlnK  company, sat In a little compartment  on tlio train iind miked easily with  the telephone to Kni*Iiii*er Graf, of the  Lackawanna company, who was sit-  tlnn In the wln-lor-**; room iu tho railroad slut Ion nt Scniuioi),  Thin was Hie llrt-'t snecossful trial  of wireless iiluphonin'-' between u  niovInk train -mil a Hum". Uiitioii and  ovory th hi',' worked line, Tho Deforest amp'llller, an Invention of Lee 1)0-  foroHt, was i.sed nud nude possible  ilinplillcnllon of i-prech llfly limes  above the normal, The wireless telephony Is n development of wireless  tnli'Krnphy Imt wi>nn a niovlni; train and  a fixed station walcli tho Liickiiwnuna  porfeetod nml nut Inio ;irii-**tlr*nI iu������  severs! months uuo.  WOULD   DECIMALIZE   TIME  Frenchman Proposes 20    Hours   nnd  1,000  Chrones  for   Day  A HiiRKCRiloii Is mado in tlio current  Hevue Jllouo ior tho purpose oi briiiK*  liiK the chronolonlciil system Into lino  with tho 'tli'clinallziilioii of money,  weights and distance,  This new -oroposul involves lho division of tho day Into tw.'iity periods,  called horrs, iusiead oJ twenty-lour  hours, ouch horn IjcIiik similarly divided Into Hfiy P'tuhI", called  rhronrs, ouch ohroiie-- nbout ono and  a half minute;*- -belni,' the thousandth  purl, ol' a day���������ns tho nr.un and the  motel- aro tho thousandth parr, respectively, of tlio klloKi'iiuj and kllo-  nieti r, Tlio I'liroii-'M are further subdivided Into ('(.'iitlclii'oiii's, the (.univalent of n second.  The dr-vlsi'v of the plan iiwi'ts  that the now system would facilitate  marine obnei'vatlous, bi'slib-i- simply-  Oiii*:,' calculation*' of lime K������'iici*ally,  Tho French Rovernmcnl, however,  shows no Inclination to adopt the  Id'ii.  Air Ports In Britain  Tlm Aerial LeaRiio of tho British  Umpire, in conjunction with tho war  office, und the admiralty, Is making  an effort to arouse the British public from the apathy In rcRiird to aviation.  Plans aro being mado  vision of aerial land  throughout*, Groat Britain. At lirst  these "air" ports will ho situated at  places where they aro most needed  by the services, but, In course of lima  It is hoped to have forty or lll'ty dotted about tho country,  At least twenty-llvo acres will be  roi'uired for each lauding place, and  thoy will be equipped with two hangars, fuel, spare parts, telephone,  and, where possible, a wireless in-  stiill'illnti.  lt Is hopnd that, the financial resources will bo considerably ai.g-  iiuT.lod by letting out tin' landing  plan's an football and recreation  firoiind-i, but, a considerable mini of  money will he uoccssiiry for iho lull Inl (���������\penso.  A', prOHoiit, crosH-coiinlry flying In  considerably hnndl-'iippi'd by lho ah-  I'l'iico or suitable lauding places, ami  It Is hoped that a Hchcmo which  iH'OU'iCM local Interest as well ns par-  ii')tinr will i-pfolvo (lie fulIi'Ht miii-  port in tho old count ry, and later  In tho dominions,  ChnnrjeE In Nav.il Training  ('liaiiROB  hnvo  been   miiilo   lu   tho  conditions  governing  (lie    niliiilsHiuii  of nuvul ciidi-ln to the training college  at Halifax.   As ('lunula has no ntivy,  lliofte who puss thr<iii.:*.h tho ������������������('|)-*g->.      .,        .    .       ......     ���������  iuv no loiiKfir bc'iiml to adopt ii nav.il!'1 ������1,M"t" '������"-,l'������������i'd ���������������������������'������������ biirl-aiiHiii,  career, whllo the gLvnuucnt no long  Miiss.ichuiietts Oppoofo  "Maft-'aeliusoUrt fcins  Vaccination  to be taltlnj;  tee Cream Not Too Dad  An litis!)sis of LI" samples nf  rrrnm collected last nut mnn. madi  oy promM'-s tn secure ciiiplovnicnt fori  thom in tho navy. |  Tl'iO  I'li'iv ���������C   i.-i   Ul   },< i ������...'.���������  ,,,'i   '���������'.J'.1,  tlonul   liniiltullon  along (ho  linen of  iho It.M.O. ut Kingston.   In addition  to  a  Ronoial  i-ilii<*aiioii, cnticis  \wlli  rcceivo Instruction In murine subjects)  and marlno ciiKiiiOfriiig, thus quulirj  iiiff lxif.-nisi'ivcs ior ������������������iiiiun.'.iiii in oii.ii  hydrographlu, tidal and current i;ur  voys,  nyi' a ll,H.  just passed  joiiriiii  a bill  bus  to-  ice  by  Appreciate Stnlue  Offr  Tho   British  ipvr rnim nl has    for-  wnrtloil throufih Waller Mines   Vow  tho United Mates    amUfMiner,   it-  keen gvulltudo for the "ff������-r "iado bj  A. McOfll, chief Dominion uimoht, Mho Mute ut V in', in in lo i-i< -"������*'* '*������ thy  shows that-19 wi ro ndiilii*ratfd, whllo lirlilsh natloji a copy of lloudoim  Jj wrro but 'iJIffhtiy b*������lov,' standard.    'Btatue of George Wafhlnulon.  I. "Ili-r Hi*i:uto  upholding the  i   ,,. i.,,u      ., i-f,.*  . ,...* .......     i * .   ��������� -  I few peoplo still entertain m-ulnst vac-'  cinallon.  "Tho persistent*'* of I his cippos-itiou  in ihe fact*- <f moro thnn a li'in-trc'i  j years of tippMcallnii of this i;r<'':it  ' prophylatt'' method and  lis now al*  I ,,,,'or   iinl\ im-u-'iI   :t������|i   |i'   twc\   nf  tlin   r'lr'.-  ositi- s <>f tlio human cultxi. In tiie  couiitli>s������ iiiillloiis of niS'-H of \a<*-  filiation the number in which harm  has been done Is nlmoKt 'iidlncernllilc,  and Pinallpnv, onco iho scourg" of  civilized iiiuiiMnd, has hf-cn nil but  rxdrputfd,  "SLiiiii.i-r It*, i'.n *���������'...,i i!.'- li.i.'.i'd  popular pti'Jmll'-o Ih th" sanction y'.\-  i-a tu it !';' ii l-'L-l-'liitlrc h>i|' in ,i  uiulv vbirji ui-*.uiJK'ii I) Jt-ud iu tiUi:  i-lion,"  Penally For Landing There  Hans Uerllnr-r, the tJennaii ui-ro-  iiiitit, who w'ri)i mado u iirlsntier nt  KlrKl^-hiinsk. Itussla,, lust 1'ebruary.  when he came to earth ut the end of  a balloon trip from MltierilHd, (ior-  ninny, und the two |iiiKSeiigei-K, who  iii'coiilplillW'd bim, have beer. M'U-  tmiffil bv tho I'u.-i-liii! rnithorltliT. to  t-lx nionilis' smlitiiry couiniemciit.  Mexico is one of tho richest mining  countries In iho world, and has vast  water, timber and agricultural resources, it has beon largely developed and exploited by foreign capital,  with littlo or no advantago to the  people at large.  There are more than 10,000,000 in*  habitants, over 10,000,000 of. whom  aro pure-blooded Indians or largely ot  Indian hlood. Tho ruling calss is, for  the most parr, of nearly pure Spanish  for the pro-hu001'' ���������"��������������������������� ficnslltutos a very small  ing    places j l'-irt ot U>e ������������������Ql'nlatlon.  The Latest Homeetead Map   ,  The twelfth edition of a publication  which  should prove of    Interest    to  every porsun  following tlio progress  of  t-'oulenier.t   throughout   tho ' prov-  lnci- of Manitoba, Siiskatchewi'ii and  Alberta Is now being pro'parcd In tho  nillway hinds branch of tho department of the interior at Ottawa, It Is  known  us n  "lloniostciid Map," and  shows in n graphic way lho laud all-  iiiiioii  up  Ui  the bui'liinlug    of    iho  present  year,  also   the  standing   of  each  (|Uiuter mccIIoii throughout  the  three' prairie provinces, nccordlng to  the records of the dep.'irtineiit on the  1st of .January, 19H.   Tho map hat  been Issued jn throe separate hliccta,  ono for cadi province, the Haskiilclifi-  Wiin and Manitoba sheets now In lug  ai'allablo for distribution,    the   uilill-  thuinl shoot fovei'lng tho province of  Alberta to follow ut an oarly dato.  I.i addition to the Information re-  gai-iling lands which havo bi:o:������ home,  slciidid or utlicrwlr.o disposed of, the  publication coutalus coinpleto In for-  nation wllh n-sped tolndl.i'i rosorvfH,  limber berths, grazing leases, poi>t of-  Hers, i all ways, dr.., throughout lho  three provinces.  The lioin'-Hirnd map Is hoing ills-  irlhuicd free of elHirgo. A copy (if tbo  Saskatchewan or Manitoba shed, may  now be iiblaltii-d  r. C. <'. Lynch,  n|iou npplicallou  BUperlntfindi'iit  to  -)f  i'V',0'  (Mt:'V*;i,  Dili-*" Habit Cro'Aa ;:t Alamiin-j R,i(e  uwlnjr to alarmliii' nivai-'CH made by  tlm opium liliblt In nil Hum-i's of  I'rench r.i-ciety of late, it hill string-  j'ltlv to tet'iilnte the wile nf tlie tlnii"  III   llri   I'.'ll'I'JI.IH   li'l'/IIS   HUH   I'i'i'll   (J/'.lMl'll  ntiij     v.Ill   "hborily     be    introduced  in  the  clia.iihir of depuiics,  In   llm  innilitliiK'  geieinl   onle'n   havo   been  J������t>licit by   In' poUco pl'of������vi.-i <i( I'urli,  Toulon, Mars-iUl's end olhiy i|i|"h, to  Keep a Kli.'iip lookout for tbo ttaftli- in  ..U   '.','.   ii'.i:.. ��������� ���������   i'-i'1''   O'-il''-   'ii-'i'������������������'*���������   to  ir'nilc'sly  wbcicvcr  i-ulirlw  niny  Ik;  i fi ,jn������!      Tl,*'    fi ���������������������������'ni'"'   cf   li"   I'",   ie  | g.ir.it'V*- "f tinir pioiJiLn i.v-, are to  ���������be i pa red.  RURAL  MAIL ROUTES  2,3&o Aie Nov.' In Operation In C.in.id.i  Saytt Clflrliil Motp  1       Al i el inn',    i  I  .1   hl.il(lili(.]i|.  i iru   i<>  jtlie  pniii  fifii'   ili'partini nt (he iinuj*  I lu-r of rural  "''ill ronton actually    la  opfl'itin-.l ii! the pri.'.'ii'iit time is iiliixil  jil.iiOil and  ll.i- iiuillbei' of bo\e,   < TM't*  i d (������n tin si* imiti u '.Ui.llOO.  'I In niiiubi r cf pout ofi'li'i'--. , hiroi  !fi fi'''ii'ii iM'-ifi? in llie ������'it.iiil'.ih*  nii-iii nf utii.i leail ddlVi'i'v sin.'., ihe  riirmr.ilii:! ..f ilie rural mail -b llw-ry  liiiiU'li on 'i'o Ur*-* of April, isia, U  r.R7.  y *m% ^^^^cm^F.KP.Mrp'mmim ���������'cft&TrafBSA  ���������i.*������iia-i -*r-v*m*x-)nm*i3r*-m r *j������>7������7EV%'**������C*f^-������rV������r, ^-5Jx*^������:  ���������i-^T���������--    i i in nri~*n*r  A  LEO F  ���������Oi  j^'-ai^'ipi^W**''^^ tatf*-****1***^^  ' . MARO.CCHI BROS    >  GROCFRS '.'.'&.   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  T;.ii;n,MusIins, Lace-Gurtains  ���������     - -. :o������,, j-c-,-,-11 ���������*-.*.' GOc.....'i. now 4Sc wer yd    -  -0.,*'     .v',:'* TOMulav 40c new 30c per yd  ��������� -'..i-v y<yx.   r.tiiular   30*-. now ������0c psr yd  .: ,ur..:>i.azuxi,   T-=e*ti;-?.r  25c now 17c por yd  lin-.- ol' Lace Cvirtaiits in Ecru, and' White, rang-  -.r.y :'i������jiii :1' i oo to ->;-oo per pair, at 13rd oil  I    f  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  EET  ��������� v  Lv-ji-^'-'-V"*'**"*^^ *&#i**B*it'>&>&*>'f*ef*'t*i  ���������"PS-s "jT"*- *  1' .,   n. fc*j *������ <| 34.1 ������  iiiie Fall, a  .. T    _ -    fi V  ''lock,  A-, MoKlNNON     Cumberland  Ob   DLcbUi.u 1 iW-.\  rARTMEUSlUl'  6  NOVH'.K that' the  ) iicri:U������io!c: exi*ui'*g  I.-.- :���������}���������--'.ev.--.is*lit-11 as ov.-n-  , of iiie !-Cii:n-  ��������� o"' ��������� n ������������������.'  1,1 -.'<-��������� *  Nr-  Ul.-i,  '  aix  I-*'  ^���������5  V  eaning  and  i. Jl  ^4  OF COMMERCE,  c-.ttiicti or ''*���������' lilt ni at  ���������  y.-U. 0.y has been clis-  ���������. *. ..] the s.'iine will now be  ...������ ���������_,<.��������� V. T,   Kirkbiide, as  i'-j': and   propvictoi.    All  '..-*- or   accruing,, due'  ti  ���������   ���������;-.. = vjt-i-siiip, must be paid  ;   V.-rhbri'io, and all   debts  *'*��������� s.in**y will be paid by  ,!-. ki.vide.  t-d :;t   (..'umbci'lan*.'. 1������. C,  .i > day of July, 191.1.  ,    J.J.POTTrik       ���������  , J. J.  Kli<KUKU)K.  1 I  Mrs.  Jon Iii us,  Proprietor  Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and He  paired.   Ladies' Work a Specialty  ���������'Let MeDyo For You.''  SHOP AT "No '8 MINE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L L. D.. D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Maacgcr JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager  GAPiTAL, S15W0Q.    RESERVE FUHD, $13,000,000  -    FOREIGN BUSINESS,.  This "Dank oilers unsurpassed facilities to those doing business with  forek*-n countries.    It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of  ' StcrfiVi-*-* and other Foreign exchange, drafts and Cable Transfers, and  for thefmaiicing- of imports and exports of merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Che-  . qucs and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  - Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. ��������� -   S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH ' W. T. WHITE, Manager  fl Good Sbttle of Pilsener  ���������with your dinner makes you Seat better, sleep  better,   feel   better.  PIL,SENEK������ BREWING CO, LTD.  also distributers for D..B.C and   Newlifc Beers,.Nanaimo  ������������-  ���������5  .a  =*  ������exsxs)������������s^^ ������������������@������^-������������5    -t* r  y.���������iiu-. will arrive  at   Cv:i>ibcr-  :.' 1 rs-oui U-ii-ni Bay '*' &'-W   01  ;  :,' ������������������ ;-y, Tlmioilay   and SaMirdaj  ��������� -. ..j_.1,i;u_iu.,.i-.,i_!'.!i*^Tiiumi_  ',' *, Wi'diic'sdny "ami   Prida-v "t 7  ,.c lii-ji-isiiij^x and   on   Saturday  .'���������  ��������� -, in tlm   evi'iiiiio'. ,Tlu'i-*-   is-  ,,���������     ',���������.,!��������������������� in tho   S. 6. Co'>\-i>:ii;wi  ������)'-I^@<s;-@������-������(SX������������@������������@������@<^^  The Vin Moore Slock Oomjnuy, that  opous (l week'8 ongtigement fit the Hollo  next Slomlay, is tbe rarne Co-npany only  Jirger than it then was, thntj.'playeil for  four weeks straight in Nanaimo last year,  At Nanaimo thoy frequently turned  away as high as live or six .hundred p'eo-'  plo who arrived after the Orpueum Theatre was filled. The Company has its own  baud aud a high-class oichestra of sis  pieces'. After their week here they go to  Courtenay for three nights, then back to  Seattle! Prices here will he for the auditorium 10c, box seats Too, 100 seats ia tho  onok.oi Uu*. balcouy will ho sold at 25cy  T1RV  TH  6  m a ��������� 1 mm 1 '"~  for' yonr Sundas, ,  Sodas, I^o Ci-oain, ���������  and C"iifec'.tio!iory  FRUIT, OIGA11S,- TOliACOOS  I Wood   Wood|  ������  ������  Q    ,Nu-.v is \\\o finit) lo place    *������  ������    -.   or   4  ���������        ������  ynui-   order   lor    SLAP  WOOD  5 S'  u  Willie"  aCiX^^Ci*������^^ 5X5X5  Large iract ol'good  valley furiii  inir lands   just   thrown   open   for  i'y>s.  HUm MiTOHELL  1   ���������   ��������� I k       )   V I I.I I l.  ' -.-AND-  ii  5 \ ,-U V r 'ft.'' fo fi. i> 5 ttf/b  "��������� .,]���������������������������:] rir.       Cmiiiurliu.^  Tree yell leinennTTUTegoiT 'Ovot  200.000 acres iu nil. ' Good dim..  uie     ricli   soil,     and   does    nol  The Herald.  n of Empire  If it be  .true   that   "all. the  world's a slage. and all  tlie   men  io) \IUOi;                            "j-j  I 52,50... per double load    |  @ __'       . ������  I From The   ,    .        |  I Star Livery Stables J  <s> .        '                       "            ������  . ^^*)������c5J������g^gXS^������������I ������'������5X������:������������������  HOT DAYS  Children's Uompers,' "Wash 'Blouses ct Snijs  Dressi-s,  Cashiiiere Coiits,  etc.  -.'    '      J/idies' "Waists,   Nifi-lit 'Gowns,  Undurskii'tP,   _, "���������������*  CuiiibiiHtions.     Corset.    Covers,  - Aprons, :  House  Dresses, etc. ,  MEN'S SILK SHIRTS,' TIES,    FLNE '.HiM.)ERWEAR  ^  THE' "IDEAL" STOKE  Next to Taruclls  CANCELLATION   OV RH;-  SKRVB.  NOTICE IS' HEltEBY GIV-  require'irrigation    lo   raise   finest auJ women "Ujereiy"  players   on  (ir.ip-i  of jrrsiin,   fruit and  garden I  .ruck. For hu\o inaji. full in-  7 'structions and-i.ui'oi'M'.atioi!, and a  plat of several sec! ions of exc't-p  uonally wood chiim's, send ������3.-1-0  to John Keel'e, On'^on City, 0.-  ccoii.     Three vcars a   U. S. SUi'-  O *���������'  veyur and liiiiheniuiii. ' An opportunity lo j.et 11 good li"''til*> ^'1't���������,-,  hoinostoad nea* town and   marktri  ' ������"&*������  I ���������               *    '                                              '                 --             ,���������'''*            o S  I                                                            '   ..                                            "''*.' t  =<                                       -       . a.  I ''                   .                                              '���������.������������������-,."..'.. 1  ,  ���������3                                                                                                                                                                         i      *���������, is  |lll!r;ill!!:::i;iil!!������lilll!!l!il!ain!lllllllltl!ll!iinililllHlli!Hlllil!tllllil!!linillHIIII!!H  ^1!!l-i!!!lii;il!lll!lli IIIHlliillililliilaHlllinilllllllllilllliilllillllllllilillllliiilllllH'.lllllllIli::!!! !illllllllllllill!������llll!ll!l!!ll!ll!i:lllll,.I!illll"!illllillll"lll������l!H5| .  -.���������������-  * ���������* ^V-** *M*-4������ MP  T!.<'. nK:in pciition of the  i\ -w 1 adysmilh LiiiiiIilm- Com-  ' any's mill, NanninKi, wi'is ;il-  1 . isi entirely wiped out by  f*v 0:1 Tues.lay. The. loss  w 1 exceed $30,000; ccvc.'ed  p. ins'jraiice.  Oin of tho lnrg-M trout ever  I'Miiiiii. in CoiiH'X l.iiku ���������.'iif' luiidod  ly Jimmy Whylc on last Moudi-.y  i. Miiiij?. Lt wns caiiglit at .Lick's  hrut iili'iui (i:30p.m. with a Wil-  , n li.it.; ifpooii and woiiihi'.d '<) l-S  j 11 li.d*.'.  ^-      n--' ������������������   "������������������"  V\ e wliiclj (HHiiirrcd in the early  } 11,i*. mi tfiwidiiy ���������iwimiiiH lui������i to-  1 Hy ihii-'lloyul the electric light  ,1 d power I'huit ou Uridyl1 ran'ili.  K': un'Mlg frmn H'ridqUMrlnrP  .,'i,ini R uV.'.ucI: Sunchy niornipg"  Mr. I! Hriil?e', whon in si|j;l.t of  *'.i. ruiicti fiiw  tliat ll ������ laiildi .n  I n;,"iiiiinp 1 In1 phin 1.   nnt]   Mivorn'  f,ei 1 i li no,  <.���������:<���������., wuh a   in "H* ot  II inc..    ArilVllltf  (Hi  Un'  leuiio  a  f* . ininn'ii'. lalor lift found ihv.   Iii*.1  .������ ,k i.i v md cnHri'l     Ti ������������������ ''���������'Iiron*  ������.! \.iX\- ?l."0:i, wlii'dt ammu't U  ��������� hi   cnvi'i-ed  Iiv  anv  i .!-*'.irnncp.  -  Kwi'ir fiiav l|t-rnlil.  JS OTIC 15  Cumberland ICU'cmc Liglit  Co'ri onice hours,, July iuth, 9  a. 111. to 6 p. iii , ii-su Tiu'sclay,  l'hursdiiy and SaLurdny, from 3  l0 6. Lay all bills at  ���������iflice, coiner Dcrweul Avenue  aud First S L T e 11 p c 1  cent discount allowed from 15th  C0251U. ineliisiye.  lileiiU'ic Siovos. Kir Sale  MEETING OF .COIW'N- ���������  The Oily Council  i:.*i ;:       -'"���������  nesBiwi on   Moudnv  *.'���������'       ���������' ������������������������  boitlg piesuiit Aide.*.  MaoDoiiiild,   Max������'.' -i .   ,.,,l.-;- .  tho Mayor.  Oummunu'iuio*! ���������> '��������� ' i'dp.-,.;:  ,il    Deltartni1 ui,      ���������,'!: l  ���������' " "  milf.yoarly     .���������'nr-.''''������������������'     ������������������     '���������  W.ii* road.  1������. Aiider.". ���������   . 1   ������������������ ���������  lion iii i'^<-1        ' '���������       '* ���������'     '  w.ih rail act,.;;    '"'     -    '���������*'��������� ���������  ���������ihiuo Iim'iiI1' ������������������  A   hill     ���������   - ���������'���������'���������     '     ���������  moiiiiti-1;    '   " '" "������������������'���������: :���������:  Ll. I,. ���������������������������.*���������.. ,-   "*.  ll) plln.     ,.  lu V.'-  .i'lilloi. *   - - .'       '   - '  Acu"u  Will ���������"       '   ���������' * '          ' '  it," then has the -curtain   rung  down ou ihe life drama ol" oncol  'the greatest actors who has   fig-  ured on the siagcof Engl'sh liis--  lory.    The    London     Mominp  Post courageously d'osi" nates M'.'-  Chair.lici-'.ni'i   as   "the   greatest;  EiijjlLslunau since William l-irt."'  This encomium   cxliibits a   fine  discrimination, for ir.,is  the   u.^e  of that ono word   l'1.i'n}*-.Iishmaif'���������  in such a connection which most  i'  fitly desctihes Mr. Chamberlnii),  He was a const 111 mate politic!**.".  he created and us*jd   liis strony  Ost and most perfect political or  "aniz.'.iiou ever known.    He was  a statesman,   (Ustinjjuisliod   not  only by loftiness of idea,   r.obi!  i*.y of conception and brerdtli o.  view,   but   essentially by   iluji-t  coiisinictivc and' lylmiuistrativc  ��������� iii.itiiics  which mark   ihe   real  ��������� t.itcpiiiaii.    Hut above   and be  ; o-id these, he was a great En-  . 1:. 1  UN that the Reserve^a notice of  which appeared in tiie Biilish  Columbia Gazette'on the 27th  day of" December,.. 1907, is. cancelled in so far as it relates to  lauds covered by Expired Timber License No 42936 and  known as Lot No. 374, Saywaid  District; and ihat-ilie said laud:-  ���������will be opened0 for staking for  pre-emption as fmsurveyed lauds  incompliance with ihe provisions of the '-Land Act" at, 9  o'clock in the forenoon 011 Tuesday,     AllgUSt      J I,     1914.      I'M  further infonnaliou apply-to tin  Government Agent, Vancouver,  ihioiigh whoso office all application"*, must be made,   ���������  1\,  A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands   Department,   Viclmia.  ii. C, .June i-i  j oi.".,  MKTIIODIBI 'MIUROH SUN  DAY SICRVKJKS.  '���������V-n*  Public  Worship --Sunday, 11  a m. and 7 p.   m.  liible Studv   (S.   School) 3 30  . ... , lov, as we   now   see,  h :he finished work   (as    far \. '      ���������     , , ,,    . .      ^,r. ..  ,.       , .. ^ ouug Peoples Society���������iNlon"  i-vme  I'iovi;!' r.ee allowed it  ..,-..                      1   , dav, fi p, 111,  >'  tinisnei.)    to   couleini late T    ,.'    ...    ...   (   ,,.      ,       ,  ���������    ,                  '   , Ladies Aid - Lirst   I uosilay 01  one idea winch obsessed him ! ^ .;     , _ ^n ��������� ,���������  eveiy mouth, at 7.30 p. in.  s_0"apito:"ri^di"d~Up"'-p"i*i"7560;000:  ���������^Resew."-e-$ 13f 000, OOQ_|-  The Royal Bank of Canada.  S3-  I'  ������  *   g  1 DRAFTS   ISSUED.; LN*   ANY'  feUKUKNCY," PAYABLE ,ALL |  J ' '���������  - 'over   THE   WORLD.    '   . ' 1  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & iutere'i  |  I   at highest  Current llnics aliowc-d on Dcpn.'dfsof .$1 and ii]������wiirdR.    |  I  OUMBE'RLAND, B. C , Bianob, Open Daily      D, M. Morrison, Mgr.  |  I UNION "PAY,'B.C. Branch, CpenTaiiy.      T. "Pcc-woith, "Sfgr. |  I  roURTENAY,   3. C , Brunch,  Opon Daily R. H, Ha-dwick-   Kgr       , |  %M.raiianiiiiiimraiiiMiiniiiiuiniHimiiuiiiniiiiinnniiiiuiiiiniiiiiii miinunmuiiinuiiniiuiiinn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiiir.iii: iiiiiiiiiiiiiir#  inn an  j make j'hi.-:'.!.ir.d   1 :r>pier.  IS     Ol||\  ������������������'Viu". r ���������>4WUl,'t''' -M^'Mt'it ������  \   1  ul'V Fcatlned   threads   0r^ol;darily  ^ wliiclj    should     be  'h.otisaiid and   one   projvet-'  '   .t'..i.-1'C-fl   tO'fcllK'V  ihat  P. PHiLLiPPS Harrison  f  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVYANCING  I  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  |.������^,������.a..^v.-^^^-r.^-������������^������=^w-''������-^������"--r'-"*w"  .Manufaotwev of MINERAL WATER  IMWUtlWW ���������M.rvW**.**'.^**i1.IW^������MT������  ,   P. O, TJOX 408  j rHOHiyso..,.  W'Imt   nindinmi   wnnlil    ;���������<  } i.'uc (ii-.d ot fitir pn inin't'-l c* ������. -  , 1 . -n "> i", ivlion iHm'O- v ��������������� I d'i  i.;: il.ei *id -iTitlU  fit w t';  Id   li,.*.  , ���������   ; "t "t)   p. III. 't   Wi- Wi.'lW r-av, Hk-I  Mr  V. M-miKi'li bant  * ���������������* ������i   )������t.\  ipwilivi* tjHtt'tn <\ ft!*:U* for tl.������  known I" the whole woikl as the  Uriiish I'ainily.    Iu    the    em5,  '   ���������   .^7'-iiiiv������f'7'������il������^o wlii ii'w^������ ^ accihiti.'S   ol politic.!  '.-���������'���������-��������� ii:el   his   whole   liie.    IL-^fiife were forgot'eu,   uieii eauu  .. ,   !.;.;;i .1 man cf th'   iu'Ojjli-;|������i)ivri^ni-{e that J..n ph Cl-min-  y.v .,,',:���������-,it. il il ;*,.<H.*i.r.:e   uiide:. jb'-t'liu wns (he t:rentc>-l:  01 all om  ���������    .   .<���������'. , ,y i.-i t ���������-',*-���������'.,-��������� ������,������������������'������������������ I iMii'inre 1 uilderi-, and  in tlie Lim  .    '(     ���������       i��������� ���������,!   "1 i"i<*ii*'f'.it������i of a  ihn'u-MU'd   <**\  Lu..verce.v!'.-(l������o 'hu.i)   in   s\m  | reel leiuL red him   Uie   lu.sjia'c  !:-;.'l \ wi'li t!".'needs 01 the pro- which Hue guiitui.'.   ..lane can  '' . ta.-.d.    Whether as an ������ xirunc evoke.���������The \V������.-ek,  '.'��������� '.:i'al,an advaiteed Libc-ial, ui, j ���������������~���������- -v  -i-s,; ������-l t-ircuiii'lniicui. a;    'i"l������c MuiiiicIm   Oran^enien  'i C'-ii'Civa'ives he n. v!in-a-ly pi'.t Prciuii-T Robliu 0111  :'.''iiuji.;'ili������d tlie   purpose   (jf of business.    It doesn't pay to  'ife, wliie'i w.k to   nu'cYwi' "Mi'.,nlv''y''  wiih   the   Ornnt*;-*.  ���������������������������    c������j:; .1*' jo-i oflus eoun'r\ "1 m,M-j  ,  : t nui-wive   ���������������������������      p:;>-pviit  ��������� M  1 il  \  !-.������������Ww*-^-^^.*---.T������.v..^������1������������~������.-^'������������---'''--'-''*''fc  -.mrnm^m  Place Your Fire Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  --of London, England���������  ������������������Prositpt Sotitltpe-ii.W Our Motto.-  ,tununi7 8tii, I av. in Isi'v.- iVctiiuuiu-ur, iii'ju.iUdJ.-..iii^������v JCl..-  ClicqiiuooovuriiiH Hamui (ji vou January il tii'  li'ubmnry 12th, Viro in Omiibirl-iHil ���������Kroil Hood, Monro*I, adjiiHto;l Fob. lStli;  (!ll(:<H|-)ilvdli'������l Villi. '-In*.  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