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Array A Journal Devoted Socially, ioythe Interests pf OomoxDlstrlct.  1 The News, Twentieth Year  ���������CUMBBRt'A^.DyB;;G.VWBDNKSDAY1   APlilL'8,   ,r9i*4.  *������������������������  "I'v >' ���������-������������������' ~ r��������� ' '  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YttAK  ,'. Jfnr .'-.  Sljr SateBt tu itfUfiwu fur Sa-  bUar&i&BtBlm\b (Sljtltimt  Nwti Nmiclttca in'Iffatela;,Ilwaa������mrt Skirta- .  Sty? SfatttaBi 3frUliuga, CEnlian., 3j abuts  , Nhu Bines 'in -&fyi.?0 ;  mon"' "'  ���������A ��������� Mr..C.,'AAQ,uin'pv,?(i't Vancouver,  . and Mi^Q M.-17   M. '"Bute,  of this  city, \>ere qde-.Iy married on "Monday'evening.  .. iJIBTIl-���������Af' ' Cninborland on  April 2nd, to tlio wife, of." Mr. 13.  W. Bailey, it daiighiyj'r.  - ������������������������������������iv "  B, W. Bailey left on Sunday ol'  last week for   Kngland   on  bii������i-  Ill'IrS,  . It is fully oxpi'i'.tetl ' that Sir  Ititslni'c. Mc.Bridc will puccco.,1 tho  Into Lord Slmihcoiiu as Canadian  high cominipsioiior at London.  Wo would liko "o'seo Sir Uicliurd  linid tho job,  ���������w  Wo havo been ini'oi'ituitl that  Chid' Constahlo Grant of this district, has boon transferred to somo  othor district, and that Coiislublo  Mills has Ijooii appointed chief in  lus 8toad.  Mrs. J oil n iMatthowa, of Vancouver, mother of Mm, (Dr.)'  Aiontgoniory, of Coiiio.y, wiih ill  town on Moiuliiv.  COURT 01'' UK VISION.  A Couifc uf Revision to hoar  and decide complaint* iiyiiiinsi  ni"c������ssmoni, for Coinent Walka on  DiinBinuir aveniii', will bo held in  tlio Council Chum bora on Monday, April 20, 10M, at 7 p in,,  of which till persons aro duly no���������  tilled,,  A. MoIunnon,  City Clerk.  City Hall, April fi, l.JH,  Tin* Ladim*' Hospital Auxll-  .iu'y will hold u "Calico JJop" in  the Oiimbtrlad Hall on Friday  evening, April 24t!i,   Don't for-  Tlio nnrumi mooting of 'tho C.  & U, Hospital Hoard will bo  held in Oddfollowa Hall on tho  ovening of Satin-dry, April Uth..  .-Fridiiy.-April 10, .will be Good  Friday, and ,tho '.following "Sunday  will bo-Easter Simdnv.  PRKSKXTATION TO A KOlU  -   MERTASTOltOI"'* "  CUM BE ULAN D."  , Qn the eve of his departure  for Victoria, where he is going  into business ,and making his  home ioi the future, Mr. Willi  am Hicks, late of Messrs Hicks  & Lovick, of this city, was the  recipient of a handsome token of  the regard and esteem, iu which  he is held by the members of the  Sixth avenue Methodist church  choir. Mr, Hicks has been the  leader'of this choir for the past  eight years, and .(luring that  time he has done much to advance the cause of music in Vancouver. 'J he presentation, which  consisted of a beautiful set of  cut glass fruit dishes, was'made  at tho home of Mrs. Chew, 1185  Tenth avenue we-U. The pres.  ciitatiou was made in happy  terms by Mr. . George K.  Smith on behalf of the choirj  and Mr. Hicks, who had been  completely taken by surprise  responded in a little speech  marked by his usual frlicity.���������  The Sun, Vancouver, April 3.  The ripen 111 UhbUh' sorvieo in  tho Melhodist church on Sunday  ovoiiinir will bo of' vory  uminimi  ..IU.(L..;. 'j no   j||Ol.e.illl| ,     ib     lu    ilti  il.uJJuV.C_JI,    Uy.iMJhj  U'cotui 11  Sueivtury uf tho Lord'* Day Alliums, mIju is visiting Ciiiubur-  land for the first timo.    .tor thU  oec.i<:ii',ii tA/. 1,ri������������������������ ��������� ir.i-1 ������������������������..! f������i . ,  men iiro'iisis-isliiig tho choir, mid  will rontlor two initio voice bolee;  tloiid. VVtr'beHpouk a coidinl ro*  caption for our diHtlngiiiuhotl \'in-  itor.  -������>���������  it looks as ir" wo were going to  git thut opera houso nil right.  ���������Tlie    Cuniborlaiid    13'oii.id. of  Trado met in tho 'Council. Chain,  ber on Friday even!ng,  IVesiuVril  ���������L-NAMeLeod in tho chair.    Rail-  way matters- in  .connection' with  Cumberland wo������o fully discussed,  and it was decided,tliat a committee interview tho Canadian Collier���������.  03 iu tho inaltor, also  that 11, C.  Clements, bo requested to  uso lm  influence Villi tho powers at Ottawa,, in giving us   p'opor   railway  facilities.    Tho Buiird   is strong."  ly opposed to a yoi.Ml-nover.know".  whuii-you-will get-there ' railway,;  but sometliing nearly,, if not qnit<A  up to the twentieth century stand-  ard.    lt was determined,  if possible, toget a line direct  throuo-li  Cumberland.! ard .that iio stone be  left'iintnrued to .accomplish   that  end, . If any body of   men" lyivd"  "tried   hard   to    accomplish 'tliis  much desired purpose,   it   is' the  Cumberland '. Hoard   of    Trade;  It is up to every, eiti/.ciAin Cumberland rto second A heir' efforts, if  progress    'would'" be  made.   ,We  triisC that   tlieir  efforts   may   bo  crownod "with success, "-.  Inspector of Customs TMs.rchn.it'  and his' assistant Mr.- George  Norris, who' were' itr* town'A last'  week inspecting our local 'customs,:  left ior Victoria oir Sunday;,,;. ���������.'*���������  ������������������ ������������������o ���������  We quote' the following from'  the Vancouver Sun's Sunshine So-"'  ciety. column of April 2nd':"'.: ������������������,: '  "The mother in Cuinberlaiid.to'  whom the baby thi tigs jyero .aen'ti  recently, Writes'in answer,to oi'ii  request to,lot us know, her need-.  She has six boys from tlie ��������� 1(5  down to-2;i:2, anil", the wages'of'.  tlie .oldest boy jire.;t he only sup-/  port. ' Thoro is also a li'itle girl'df  8, S'he would be. thankful for  clolhesj'or any of' tlieni, .oapeci-  sllly the youngest " ��������� "   '  Who is tliis.Oiiml>oi'land.,nioth-  er ? And why should -she be  obliged to appeal to Vancouver  for assistance ?. Did sho ever  mako her needs known to anyone  in.Cunibeiland ? Wo guarantee  thnt if she hud, they would have  boon met promptly and 'generously.    This sort ol: thing is   a"  Sandy Mc Vicar  [Continued from last week]  . Sandy had[|uot a word to say;  his features were loo .hard to  blush or express any emotion  whatever. He was dumbfounded, and never in'all his life had  he been cornered in ���������such a manner. So he proceeded to put  Illegible intents bag and forthwith carried it as usual back to  ��������� the Manse.  ' A week, or perhaps'two, after  this episode, the minister in his  .lonely manse, late 'before going  to bed opened the big church Bi  bleto take' out' his manuscript  and'put it past orderly as usual.  a strange thing met his , view.  Had it been the devil ho saw,  his surprise^cojld hardly have  been greater; it was' a "lucifcr"  match, placed between' the two  sides of liis closely written paper.  Au angel of light indeed. How  came it there, and what was the  object of its b.eing'pul there?  He stood and gazed- at it for a  time, dubious poor fellow���������as  the reader may imagine���������what  to think; how to deal with, so  Iranscciideiuiy out o of keeping  with its place; so'satonically incongruous with any pious or rational intent iu the putting of it  there, as ' if to say,' "Fire.and  Brimstone.". "To hell '' with  your paper sermons."'" An out-  rage on- the  Master  more  than  MACFARLANE BROS., LTDC.  THE/SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."   .  fleet ion on this city,  kind of the people  of  ro-  It was very  Vancouver  lo respond,to Ibis call for aid, and  it,shows that' their charities' are  not confined to 'their own city,  but thoy havo enoii. h to do to  look nl'ter their own pobr, without, iu our opinion, supplying  any ii ii necessary culls from Un;  outside. Wo are not rich, bin  the pojplo  of' Cniubtirhiiid   have  yet to lurn down tin  object,  first worthy  ..COURT'OF REVISION.  A Cotii'l of Rev Won to hour  and decide compliiints against the  Assessment. Jtull of, Iho Cily of  Cuuil'Ci'luiidTl'oi' tho year It'll I,  will bo ,, held in the  Council Chambers Am W<'diics.  day, May 0, l'J 1.1, at 7.30 p.   in.  All complaints must   bo   made  in writing ten  days   pi-uunus   to  sitting of Court of  Iton'simi.  n A, McKivnon,  Citv Cl.-i'l  Oily Hull. Apr!  himself, the.pre.acl.er felt.' Jle  could hardl-y^suppose ihe spunk  lay where it did as a protest -agr  ���������aiust unsound doctrine, or as a  ���������'diabolic threat against'the word  ,of "God-'itself? No; he knew  what it meant,; he "knew whence  it-came. Jle knew how impossible it was to make the slightest  impression on the-author'of this  ill-bred insult.-or hideous joke���������  if joke it was���������ou the part of  one who' was as little' sensitive  to humor as a mason's mallet oi  the broom of a chimney sweep,  ��������� Deeply, very deeply, the young  minister felt his -loneliness al  that moment, his need of kindly  'fellowship���������the healing touch of  a kindred spirit, such as that,  whose mortal remains he had  laid'a short while since, beneath  the clods iu the kirkyard.  ��������� l(Vor what had happened, the  young minister did uot de verge  one hair's breath from his ordinary course, and the secret of the  spunk lay buried deep in his bo  so 'ii, as silent as the grave.  In the couree of time vSuuly  die! aud was buried; in his last  moments he wiir either sellin'  or killin' kyc or cutting off big  T bone steaks, "aud what for  no" so closely kin  it  was with  'Woour  *  NOTE Our Low Prices ..on these seas-,  onable and  up-tosdate   fabrics.     BJJY  NOW aud bc   prepared   for   the- fine  weather: ���������  Rice Cloth per yd 8oc"  Cotton Crepe per yd 20c '  French Crepe    per yd 05c  Duchess Cloth . pCr yd 15c  Ratine Clo'h per yd, 40c"  Large Assortmont of Dainty   NorkwW' and  "Ruching:'  ' Seo our Values in Hata for Ladies and Children.   P isea on the above liaeo will  ���������   notba Jower^this season *  its the  Latest'"  Tave it  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE    ,     CUMBERLAND  his appoime.l ta.-d; iu  lift.,  he  was not ungrateful   for  Yet  ihe  Phone' 10  P. O. Box 100  prayers (he young minister put  up far hi 111 at his bedside.- He  had seen his narrow-mindedness  aud had realized Dial he had  done li i s 111 i 11 i a t e r a  serious w rang by con  detuning him for reading his ser  mous. Me realized his passions  had over-ruled his better judgment and calling the minister  to his bedside, one day���������for he  wai- sinking slowly and desired  to make hi" peace with . the  world before leaving it-asked  him if he would just read him a  lew veri.es of the twenty-ihird  I'salin. This the minister did  and had come to the last veise,  which reads;  '���������Goodness and mercy all my  ife,  Shall surely follow,iue,''  ^ And in God's house  Kor ever nvore,  My dwelling place shall ���������he,"  Whon Sandy grasped the tnia-r  ister's hand fiimly and said iu   a  broken   whisper,   "Mon    that's  fine���������<������uicl bye my good man���������-  I wish ye.v/rel,"   and'  .Sandy-  fixing his i������yes steadily   011 the  minuter,   lay   back on his pill  ow. still grasping his minister's  hand and expired.  The end.  Aldi'i'iiiuii 1\| xwill uud family Imvo rt'tii.-iiily Inkeu up thoir  I't'hidi'iK'yoii I heir lanch on tho  Kiiy litiy.  Shadow Lace  IV  2, ISA l.  MASS   MKIiTINti;  Camisoles  / aMaMaaM tmHi ��������� ir-aauami  ��������� A m.ifiu inniiiinp; will lw hold in  ihoCuuiborlunii II ill m-xi Simlny  (jvo'ning tit 8.m Tho Choral K...  cieiy will ronder u numbor of tuir  fioillFGlcOtiotH, flllfl tho \lrv. (!. II.  IIiiuiUiH. Western Swcrctury of lln<  fjiird's* i)ay Alliums, 'vlll iildn'f-  tho mcolinjj in thu ttitnr.'-n of."-' b-!.  bath observimoc. Hov .i ni j  will occupy il.., ,bnir. A .c.liw.ii'.  on tot'efray expemew will be tiucn.].  Special showing this week of "Trillings in whito unci cream  Shadow Laci', i'rinted Ohiffou. iVintcd Crcp������s. ;uk1 Crwim  .Shadow    I :trf   wiib   fnv   nrhrUuv   Cc^m-.   -.-,. *., ,         ,  1  or." "���������'    - js <���������'���������'  y1- )-''���������������  ;"������������������"  Novelties in Ladies' fringed Silk Crepe Four-in-hand  Ties, plain and embroidered Linen Robspierre Collars,  Ladies' Camisoles iii Shadow Lace at $1.00 and $1.50.  r.  %  ���������'JtVIVMaWtaWIMh'   l���������-���������  iBVr������������w  Man Tailored  Shirt Waists  Campbells  IIIWaMaBKSiKS'^^  Easter  Millinery  irebti  Avi'oc  if  Ay  '. beil'i  'I till.'  ;.|ep-'f  :'e;cii  ���������\ <>  ' r.ntl-  ���������'���������^."i*|  i,     ,    V  e \  ! -sva<  ' " HI  ii  ' >*!l!3  ��������� liRUlJj  tl  1" !'f  IW  <l  J'  ur  ��������� li  ivel  '������i  ?XSBUBBL3rW������KMi3tBLa^ THE NEWS. CUMBEaL'AND.' n. o
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Ward,  Lock    & Co,,    Limited
Lornlor, Melbourne and Toronto
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She wns half way dow...-, Cumm
ssti'oet v.'lii'ii she huml her nn in- cull-
��� ���il s'oifly.     .She: turned;   Holder was
walking behind lu-r, ho was mil or Aioor "click she slli.-p.vl bite".: ont. of
breath, being cue ol* Uir: men who tuko.^t. ']���.���.,.,, -,vns ,10 ,-,.asou why she
litih; oi- no rxori'l!-'. Something ��f Adiould do so. hut. som-how she- f,-1.
Hip disi.my she. Ml niu^t hnvo en-pi, .,u'ung..ly ���, lia-nmL io Inirndo hd
i Sf'Moo,
able, hour iu Uio cinema-show.
It was nin3 o'clock when she'got io
IViUliani,-, tlio shy was overcast and
il wuh raining dismaily. Av the'cornier ui' Ilio 'Cryfrtif Palace, I toad sho no-
[ik'i'tl a man standing uiuloi- u lump on
'ihe opposite s'do <,. Iho thoroughfare,
IkIiV did not sot1 his facie���nor for the
j mailer of fail did ho hco hors���uin
j lils hack was turned to her.
j Bhe reached Uio houso and was -in-
' surting the hoy in tho lock when she
j heard \uioen. Ji v :\s not usual Ua'
r hor undo to havo visitors at any hour
of tho day, and slip drew buck hos'ilnt-
jugly. Tho kes' woro "raised: and
il aoi'iiu'd iljut one, peoulii.rly harsh,
m'ii.i threatening her uncle.
Iloforo tin: lionso was a little gar-
di'ii. in'  whiv.li'  grew ������ lliroo ���  bushy
yluuuiK of laurel.     Ah she hoard t.iio
into hor raoo, nnd Holder was annoy
I'd, l.jlw- ill! nii'ii i.i' ills .-iass and pos-j
sossod of his 'diosyncrasli :, ho wan nn I
immensely vain An n, and whim he;
f-]iOi.o to hor now, Ihoro was a gruff!
note in lils voiop and a hntour which ,
.Verity much .ij-clVrrod to the soft, phi--'
<'.-��sing mno ho had used at partiim.      |
1 am guiiig '.o'Ox.'ord Street, ho said)
"���iiMifrnicly, an- , m walking my way.
She would ha\,- liked to have said
'ha: she was not. and indeed she would
have Hjiokou with-ttinh, but .she was
inxiouri to in; ko amend, for hor unintentional rudeness, and ihey walked
���.���ii side hy side.
' His ritu'k'd feelings wero . easily
'-iiiootlied 'apparently; he told her lie
iv as soiii." to a" Jinn of motor-bo.u'
builders, and he spoke ��� in a Vrdly
wny of the niasnii'.eenco of a .i(jw
'���rait ho was pureh.-siiig. H wa.-i evi-
cently lo bo '.something wonderful in
'ho line of .nnlor-boals and iho cos I,
-..'hip,]] lie lot full carelessly, was staggering lo a girl wlio though; in shillings,        .     ���,
He was incliiiod to trtlie nhoul money, bis money; sums which wore almost hcyo.-.d lie.- comprehension. ��� lie
'outlined schemes in which ho was in-
lerostod, though hu gave (he vaguest
details. , -
She left' him in Oxford  Ktrcut and!
lire
Tlie door opened aud Inn- uiie.'.e
camo out, harolioadod. IWttii lilm
were two men, ont: thick net and
sturdy, on; mil. The shorter man
wiis smoking a cigar ami spoke, with
an aooeiu. winch betrayed his Ainori-
i-an origin.
��� Vou understand, he said menacingly.
���   "XIajilo replied in a low voice.
Thai's all rip;. 1, Haiti tlie other with
brutal carelessness.. - I don't, suppose,
anybody in this strict cares two cents
what you'vo done or what you are.
We want, you to bo a- good hoy, ho
wont on, heavily jocular, it's up Lo
yoT lo undo any mischief you've already done. Uo knows���'..-.> jerked
his head in the direction of ihe Hyc.'
"Why doesn't he come himself? mat-'
tered Maple sullenly.
Tlie oilier laughed, ,
lloe.v.'sp 'bo. doesn't want lo appear
iu t.iiis. lk'.idei-- you don't, live, alone
do you?
The girl listened wonderiugly. ' Her
uncle made no reply lo Ihn hist re-
mr-rk.
Ycn'll have something to ..explain
awav, said (ho thickset .mnn," if you
.T'j/io iij)' agiiiiist us again.
There was no mistaking the menace.
We're  out  tin'  a   big business,  he
.'allied a little 'sigh of ifi.ToV"wiu"n| wont on- :uul "oL ono J1"1,11 "��' tw,';lll'y
found her.'somewliat einharrassing m���� are going to stand    between   us
f and success.'     D ye hear?
���miic
cinploynv
had    acce])ted    his    e.o.
'.vii.li   ;oo;l grace.
.Holder was impressed hy the gill's
'.Aautyv he had never "expected :m>>
''mig\so >"i!-u in coloring, so refined
in feature. She would serve too purposes', he thought; 'Ahat, she would
. ervc a purpose which would eventually upset, his plans or bring about, a
drastic change in his life he did not.
imagine. He. made, the- mistake
'.iiich many another man has made,
of recognizing only tiic' side view of
factors..
UtnvTrt'chciriret'- imli4���slio-waii���lofi!-
iti (.lie Cirong whicli ei'owded the side
streets in, thai, hour in the evening,
then he hai.cd a laxicah and t'.rovo to
i." . chili.
Verily continued ior way eastward,
nlio had a lilllo shopping to do which
look her longer tb.-t-. she iuil.ici]>ated,
for ;die found on arriving at Victoria
thai her train had gone. The servic?
was very ire<|u,em. however, and she
had -rot long to wail.
She si rolled to tlio bookstall :uul
was idly examii. ng the tii'oiyot the
new novels, when v man brushed up
against hor. Ho turned quickly on
lils heel, and,raised his hat Willi un
apology, (hen sloped to pick up (.ho
parcel which ��� collision had been
knocked out of.hor hand.
Slip-saw a tall, good looking young
man with. .'aUier sad eyes; he saw
girl to sti'.kingly beautiful (bill for a
moment 'io was speechless.-
I'm awfully sorry, ho said, as he
h:.tided back 'lie pared with a livle
smile.
There. I.hc mutter ended, for raAine;
his hat. tlio- young man stroil,,? away.
It. \vii,i Verity. Maple's Jlrst introduction lo Comstock iJell.
Sho wont into 1he rcpdiunuil lo got
a oup .if ten to hegniif. (ho momonls
of wnilliiK away, and 1o her (innoyanee
found thut (lie second ii'Au had gone.
Tom Maph- nodded, for a moment
thore was a pause: then iho older iniTn
asked rmddehly   AVhorc is lie?
lie'is waiting- at the end of.' the
block.
For some reason or other, his Killer
companion took no' pan iu the conversation. ,11 ylruclc Verity Oat he was
a, l'oroigner and that ho did not very
well AmdorsUind the" languti: ', and
ibis, as it turned out, was a s-'hrewd
'surmise'. ���      " '    .,   ' -
Would you like to walk dbsvn and
_sce iiim'.'- ::ugg'ested Uie short mail.
Tom .Maple shli^rifiTlTTOil-r'      	
Xo, he said. 1 know he's there all
right, he added wit'.1 a note of bitterness in his lone.
Willi no other word Ihey parted.
Tom Maple watched tho men go
through Uie gate, then turned and reentered the 'louse, closing the door
behind biin.
- The girl was'worri d. Wlj.su'did it.
mean, what power had theso men over
her uncle'.'' Who was l.he mysterious
"he" who conk" not. come to iho house
because she lived there'' Slip, hesitated it, mtiiiiont, then went swiftly
through- l.l.e g'uio and followed tho I wo
mail. Tlioy had n.1!. gouo far .and
were walking slowly. As they reached the end of the road the man who
slood under tlio lanvj crossed'to meet
111 em,
They stood talkii.g iu low (.ones. As
V.-rily pas.-.od them the third rutin
turned his head slightly,, and wllh a
gasp sho i"!COgni/,ed him. It wp.u
1 lei. or.
She walked on swift.ly, hoping ihat
the 'recognitior. had been .ninuiil'. She
gave n swift glance round us ' she
reached iho cud of Hie road and saw
they were coming on behind. She
iiulckoned her puce, orosaed the road,
turning up toward. Forest Hill, To
her relief she saw liiey made no ..'.-
She looked ut her wnlch; there Was tempt lo follow hor, but strtjck off In
no especial rensen .vhy she should go J tho oilier direction.     She walled (ill
����������.
In the Public Eye
After al), the tA-.'iu was only-.forty
minutes behind time, so the station-
master was' perfectly Justified In feeling pleased with himself,'tho .railway,
and tlie world in general..
A solitary waiting   passenger    was''
morbidly weighing himself at an' automatic niachine.and  when  he' stopped
ufl! it the jovial odk'ial proceeded to
talk to aim. .' -    ' ' _ _
Wonderful thi-.i;,' the riiilw.iy system,
sir! ho chirped. 1 do really believe
that'even tho general public is at last
beginning to roalk.c tho marvelo is
improvements ,.that have 'alien place
on this line in recent years!
That's true, answered Ihe morbid-
one. 1 know of, no line Uiat lias Ao
many things eou'itar-tly in iho public
eye sis t his onct
The station-master was delighted.
I uni more tl.au glad to hear yon say
so, sir, lie chuckled, rubbing- his hands
���vOgethi;r. Ar.'d would you mind naming I hem?
.The Witiijiig paf-sejigoi' looked pen-
sivelv down Die platform.
finders!  said he. '   '      '
Br in Exercise
There has bot ti serioim trouble Iu
a certain school. ' One of the. tench'
ers said he was no believer in the old
hackneyed system of touching.
���What is .wanted, said ho, is something whicli will make the. children
think and reason for themselves. Mere
addition and subtraction a.ro too mechanical.    '      ' '
In accordance with his ideas, he
gavq his piip'ls one hundred .ijucstlous
of which ihe following is a ��pec!m""i.
What is it that can go up a spout
down, hut cannot, go down a spout,up?
The brain fc'vev hospitals 'there-
it bonis were full of'children for weeks
afterwards, and the teacher wns dismissed without ji .character, .yot. the
answer to the riddle was very "simple:
An umbrella.
Na-Dni-Co laxaiives
vare different in tlfiit'lhey* '���]
['.do not gripe, purge nor
cause nausea, nor does,'I
continued use lessen tlieir
effectiveness. You cau
always depend ou them.
25c, a box' at your-
-   Druggist's.  Are
National Drug anil Chemical Co.
ol Canada, Limited,
The Man fo,* the Place,
Mr, Owealot���-One of your references says that you served a term of
."0 days hi jail. What does that
mean?
Applicant���Oh, thal.Avas for throwing' ;i collector who dunned my employ-
nr,. down iho stairs.
1 Mi-. Owrnlot���Clooil. you are engaged. , ,
The-hotel patron bad'walled fully
an hDf.r-��� for a very slow wulte'r to
serve two courses. "
Now, brother, l:o said.to Uio wakcr,
can you brbig mo some tumato salad?
Ye.i, sir, snid tho waiter.
And,'continued the customer, vh'.lo
you're awn:- you might send me a
i postal card c,very now'and then,
' ' Tie Reason ��� . . ""
Av littlo,,girl of seven"or eight years
stood ono, day,-before a closed gate
as a! gentleman slowly*;*, yi; ������ The
litUe..g*r.l' turned 'arid uaia to liiui: ���.
.. Will' you ptottxr;��tvm'��'Uils gate for
1110?   ���' "��� ""���'' -
Tho gentleman did   ��o.   Then.' he
said ::indly:    ,--'",    ��� '
Why; iuy-.ti.lhl. eoiildn'c you open
tho gate' yoursoU?
...Because, said the ' littlo   givl,   the
paint's not, dry yet.
-       >    The Lesser Evil
' Hriggs���You must have a lot of troii-
lie keeping your, wlfo dressed up in
tho height of stylo. '
Griggs���Yer, but '"'a nothinr." lo tho
trouble I'd have It 1 dldn'r,  -
An Unpoptdar Name
, Miss  l\-  Vere, said tho lady  who
was, enterlnin:.]    Uio pop "-ir actress,
would you mind telling mc what your
vent name -is?'
My real r.imo. Oh, /en. H' is
Tubb's���Sylvla Tubhs. Hut I hope you
will not- iutroduco mo to your guests'
by It. .
Oh. no, you needn't bo afraid. I'm
just as mv.ch ashamed of It as you
are,      . '
Your
Wife's
Thoro,Ir no mon effecllvo verml-
fugo'oii Die market than Millers'|
Worm Po vdors. They will not ouly j
clear tho stomach and bowels r'!
worms, but will .prove a vory.servico-j
ablo 'inodlciiK- for hlldren in regulat-1
PILES CUFibD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS lnK tho hiftintllo syslem and maintain-1
Your drugglrA will refund   money   if ling it in !a liealthy condltlor.   There
PAZO OIN'TMICN'T rails to cure any
case of itching, Blind, IJIocdiug or
lJr.'itrudj,wg Piles In 0 to It da. s. 50c.
In  Luck  _..,
Mrs. Henpeck���I suppose you think
it smart to talk back1 to your wife!
Mr. Ilonpeck���You bet 1 do! - It is
not often 1 got the chance.
.What he Said
Counsel���), insist on an answer, to
my ipieslion. You have not told me
all the conversation 1 w:u.' to know
alt that passed * e.twcea yo and Mr.
J'ojtes.on the occasion lo which you
voff>r.
nelucla'nt witness���1 h-.vo told you
everything'of any ..onscquence.
You have told1 me you said to, him:
Jones, this'case, will got into the court;
some day. > Now, t.-want to know what
he said in reply,
Well, he said,    lJrowii, thero - isn't
anything   in   this ��� business'.that   Pin
ashamed of,/.nil jf any snooping-Utile
yee-liawing,' I'our-liy-six,    gimlet   eyed
lawyer,  with'half a  pound of brains j
and Kixlen ounces of jaw, ever winks i
to know what /v�� been calking about, J
just tell him.o ���  ,.    '
What's your wil
o :>
brother   doing
now".'   .��� ,.
Me.     He's lived with its cver"'Siiic:o
we wero married.
Minard's Liniment. Cures
Cows
Garget    in
Equn":
1 "saw"you playing with the Tllither-
son boy again this afternoon. Have
not 1 told you ������ dozen times that you
must not do.' that? ��� 1-10 is not a lit
companion'for you. His peoplo aro
i ot our kind.
Yes, they are, mother. lie says his
lather has just mortgaged their"house
10 buy*au automobilo, too. .
The Joke on Fatht:
brick lo PcekhMn early, and she f.lroll
nt lu Marble Arch and spent ;  profit
COULD NOT PUT
Salt Rheum Began with Itching and
Burning, W.'itery Pinipics. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured
in Two,Weeks.
l,'Aii>vA!lrlll.iMt,',>nr.��� "| MiuYri'il w It It
<ldl. rllflllll l'"l' llll>�� JIHllillli.     It   |ntr;,|| |,y
Itrhbiu and lniniliiK iiihI
my IiiiikIh biol.e out, In
fV'f      '"���^.'i'>"\   ttn,,'ry  nbi'l'li"1 and   I
f.,rj���*   ^-O?*'y could   iml   Mei'P,   only
.        V   ���#���       *��      \..    7[   ,,,,,,.,,(,,1,      Wy      )|.,||||.j     {,|,,|
lliey \Miulrl hlii'il.   Tlm
l.llliplci Vl'il" Mlltlll mid
\\\\\\<\   iiIiiiiil   llm   slve
cf pin Iu.hIh llllnl Midi
(.iitir.'1 1 cfniM nut jmi
my liaiidt In wit'i'tit ��!l.
���1] ii-icij    , unit -     -��� but
fiiimil no relief iitull 1 ii^eil Cutlpiira Niiiip
nud Obiiuii-nt. I put. llm CuiKuiii unit.
Iiniii u.i l\.) ii..n..-,..,;'.- ".. ; '.'.i;l! im t-itli
Uio (.'iilli urn hu:i)i liuil In Ivmi avi^'I.-i lliey
wi-m Jii'tnvily cureil," (Sinned) Mh.'i
llihl.'H-i, A. jifuiinl, .Mny li", I'.H.i.
FOR PIMPLES .WnUCKHFAOS
they wore on!, of uigbl, then r"tr;iced
lu-r sle|��s to the lionso.
Her uncle was in tho liilclu.-u In-fore
bis table, 'lie greeted h : with n
nervinni lilHe smile when she enler-
led. ills lips were trembling slightly
and his baud moved moro freipiently
10 his nioiiih than was usual in his
iiitiiiu'lilK of sohriely.
;Chn dceim d il advisable to m-ike nu
rcl'i'i'enco to Ihe scene she hud wit-
ni>:.'sed. but bt'tded Imd'hcIi' Willi llm
preiiirallon ol supper, ��� He did not
111 k\ she iioliced; silling with his
lands ''Inspid on the pliiini'd ih'ul be-
lore him, lio nlni'i'il with unseeing
1 yes at the wall before him, When
'.-) 1 fiuiie '11 In inning ihe Iray he lo-.k-
i'i. up i)ul"!'!y
Vi'i-ily, In; said, I am goin ; .0 do il,
Vwitilcver hupp' ns-
She wuli -'il l'<||' It 1111 to sav n-iitif *i".r. r.
I,(tc: she kecw he \i.i.�� ,. ��� llm i'i-! ;.'.���
(.1 :. revelation,
I They '".link Ihey have a k-\or. lie
j iiniltiTcil. hnJf la lilniKcll', they think
! they can push ir<" lulo doing whin Un-y
I wish, but liny luiv.i i:,o| Son eililng \<>
j learn- Ibey'v. goi somelbin >��� to learn.
. Tbruiiglloul Ihe meal he was st-
i'lelit; wlK'tt M llisl lie rose In leave llm
jllilJc room he looi;ed 111 her nueevly.
1 Don't ''orgi-.t that, man I told you
'.'iM.ut i-i* tald lui'tiliiH' will, Ids hand
Ion the door..
I'llUlMtlv'U   I..-II.' MU'  ?,,u\i\
('. ill-luck   'Jell,  lie  lopeal- d.
(To !>.��� Conllnindv
She had-refused him, "and. he wiHT
all in.
'   Reconsider, Annie, he begged. .-   If
you don'r. I'll blow my l;r?.' s out':
Huh, said Annie, that would-be a
good joke on Father, for-ho lhii!ks;/ou
liavin't any. ..    ,       ���   . '��
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u rnerru-y will nurclr il-,iroy tlj? trim of smell    aboiit.   COl'l)
wnl   toaiplflfly   iltraiipe '.tlie   whole   ej-stcin   when '
"enu-riiij���it���UirsHgli
is iioihing it. their composition" that
will iniut'e the mos delicate'stomach
when directions are followed, and ihey
can ho given lo children i.i tho full
assurance 'that thoy will-utterly destroy all -wornib. .-
Chance to Escape
Papa,  now that  you  h:ve  bought
Laura' a piano, j-ou ixight buy mc a
pony.
'���  Why so, Tommy?
Then at :east I could gi riding when
she is playing.
The Bird anc the Hyphen
A*toacher iii ;��� lower grade vas instructing her' pupils in the use of u
hyphen. Among the examples given
by.,(lie children was bird-cage.'.
That's rlgh'-,.encouragingly,remarked ihe tcail'-cr."'.    Now Paul, tell ra
\y]\y wo put a hyphen in bird-cage.
It's for tho bird to sit on, was" t.ho
startling rejok.deiV  ���
Single or Double      ��� ,
Gray is, certainly a most adaptable
talker, sak a, man.     I, sa\v*' him meet,
a matt from Iowa the othsr-day and   ���.
a,moment he was launched on v. talk
A half-hour afterward
In 'die Vernacular
��� Hubbs���Well, how aro your
Year's resoiuiions wearing'.'
.Dubbs���Kino! Had, one little
turf-, bntrjoU.ing like a regilar
otil.
N'ew
punc-
iiiow-
,. What the Teacher Tajehl Him
' The' .small bo; had just: relumed
home iiftcr a most tumukuov.'". day at
school.
What less j'-, arked his father, was
the most impressed on you today by
the teacherr
Dal, 1 need a thicker pair of pants.
"Mr, and Mrs. Whifl'er never have iiuy
arguments.
How does '.'1.:it happen'.'
"M.. Whiffet- won't argue.
The poor woman!
There -meo was a fresh from Dalio'tn,
Who jined fn- h's -,'h'l, so he wrota;
Hut the poor fellow died
When ihe dear thing replied
That r.he'd got n man with -. mom.
me
not
R\'(>
need
She Knew
Fiisdiluiinble   indy���("live
yards of this goods;' pleiun
Clerl'���Hut niudaiii will
more than hall' a yard for a veil.
������'ashioMi-ble lady���I don't wain il foy
a vil,     1 want i' for a dinner gown.
fp.ien:jlv tip .
Renl-retl  Hope and Confidence
-uio-iiKieoui-iurJaces suoi> Hie met, Tliorndlkc, of Boston, and he
irtli-:*! eiiouM never be liswl sxeent 'otr preE(~rip>   Unpw  111 ore ^hniTT^TalslTv^'iTrnTTO^rimiT
lloiu  mm rcputsblo phyRictani, m the iliuuace they    MleY>   ln011"   auom ��� i.UbUl0   oean,,   la.iu
will do li ten fold to tlie food you can possibly <te-
rlv'o (roro tlism.   ltall'j Cjjtnrrli Cure, mniiutAcliU'td
by i\ J. t'bency & Co., 'I'olwlo, O.,-- contalM uo raer-
tury. ��.ad Is uki'ii Internally, urtliif! illrcctly upon
tbe blood r��tul nitiroui s'.irtp.ctfl ol lbs nygum.   In
buying Havll'H  Catarrli  Ciiiy bis suro you Bet   Ui<
Kcmilu*.   u U taken li'tem.-.'.iy und ru&de In Toted*
Ohio, hy V, J, Chntwy a Co,   Todiriotiliilj free,
Biilcl by I)ruK<',:,j*.   Prion. 75c. ixt boltln.
i  Tne UiU's Family rilLi tor rotisUiuMotk,.
,did the Uostonian.
* That's' all rlgh -, said Smith.     Rut
supiiose he had met. both men together
what would ho    have    talked    aboiit
then?
Why. succoti.bh. '
is. just as trj'ing* and
important as your own
and perhaps inore. tedious���but
ij her strength as great?
���Women who aro nervous "and
fretful and easily fatigued promptly gain strength and natural energy by taking Scott's Emulsion
afiermcalsbccause it i$ essentially
nourishment���not a drug that
stupefies or alcohol that stimulates
������there'is pure/rich medical
nourishment in every drop which
nature appropriates io enrich the
blood and upbuild the latent
forces of the body.
Probably nothing is more popular
with phy,stciuu8 for just such conditions than Scott's Emulsion.    -
Avoid substitutes called "wines",
"extracts" or "active principles"������
,'lhey-nre not cod liver oil.
Insist on tho genuine Scott's
ATANV DRUG STORE        13-S1
ft ' ft t>W���� r ��� ��� tofuM.u    v*s TA.-ii
.Tru Last. Fly
A little liy," tbo last of. Buriimor,'biiz��'
zed against' tho pane'* '    ".   ���   ���'
And wc]>t. to think that he alone, was
des-incd tp remain. ���.,
Ah, little .'��ly,, I weep for thee,   with,"
. characteristic ease.
You're loft Alone tc make your moan,
(And'possibly'.to freeze)..
You .comrades gay have.disappeared;'
.they're' swatted; l believe,   -
And you," t 1 miste.ko not, for your
comrades  deeply grieve.
Ah; little liy, 1 weep for th.ee; 1 will
raise 'ho- v.'uel pane
Pray do" not go- -it's bound tc snow,
(and-possibly to rain).
Ah. littlo, fly, l'-e got you now! Don't
��� sit anil- look at mc;
Don't sit upon the mantelpiece and nil)
your hind legs three.
Ah, iii.tle.-tly,, I'm after you, witb,,ch?.r-
, ��� acteristlc sw-wv ���
l'vo,driven you, in .the Irish' s'.ow
(Or possibly in the soup). <    ." '
Minard's   Linirr.ent   Cures  Colds   Etft.
"*- Whsr: Money Talks
Poj.?
Well, Ignatz? ��� ' ���" ,
Does mo 11 oy tajk?
So the saying .goes, my ���loii.
Did yoa ever hear it'.'
Oil, yes, Ignalz; l'vo often heard it
jabbering away iii the boxes at tlio
opera.
SAFE AND SURE
"     FOR LITTLE ONES
Need Not Worry
Rln���Oh, dear, hero comes Unit aw-
fn' "Miss lirowii. 1 suppose we'll
havo to stop while she tellr. us everything she knows,
Oh, we'!, never minil. Tin;l won't
I like long.
Paid Back
At. 11 station on a Canadian railway
there was a very impudent-looking
clerk, iii.d, like wost Impudent MIowh
ho cotis;<U'r-%d hiniHelf very sir.art. lt
was race day and He booklng-olllce
was liesetged by many seei'y-'looking
chiii'iieteis. One of ihese put down a
ijimrter slightly defaced, \vliicli Ihe
clerk looke I ut, minutely, rn tiled on
the counter. Mid then inrdied buck,
with tlio remark:
It's not genuine. Like yourself, lt.
is the woi'He for wonr.
This angered the next piWicnger- to
book, who got. 'itck in his change a
ten cent piece with n hole In it, and
un lils cspresHliig an unwillingness to
i.ccipi it, tbe iilllclal behind the pig-
Klin-hole   beei-nic  very, annoyed  and
 , jiiiillv rol'uiH'd to take it, back. Hut Ihe
Al'tei :',ever:il yiv i'H of indigestion j,<(Mlt"|0,imn uuilntiili.i-d it was del'uced
uud lis uli'-iid.inl evil Inlliiniici. on tho|WO|.H��� (ilMl ,(,,, Keedv-lool(liig fellow's
mind, il  Irf  e.ol   ^'I'l'y surprising that
on" Uiuilly Iiihi'ii fnilh In ihlngs gi-n-
I't'iilly.
An Knsti'i'ii wiimiin willo un inter-
eiitliig li'ller.     Sue fir;.
"Three ,Vi-ars ago !��� suffered frur.i
1111 iil'.nck ��d iii'iiidiillls which left nie
1 ;i moHi iu< -,1'riibh t'oiidlMon. For
i,\cr two yearn I suffer, d irom iwr-
v.nin.t'HH, wck hrart, idioi'tnci.-.t of
hri'iiih, cniild : 'if s!.'<'|i. etc.
"My  app'UH'  was  i.iumoii.i  b.it  1
milliner.
, Meiiiuvhllo, th
lug   . Jiisldenibl
argument, was cans
Impatience   among
Baby's Own Tablets aro. a jafo and
sure medicine for, little ones. They
never fail to rcgif.ato tho howo's,
sweeten the stomach and cure all the
miner IMs'of . abyhooc and childhood
Coneorrlng then, MYb. Duneaii ,Ioy,
Yiincouver, B.C., writes: "I: always
keep'Br.by's v-Avj Tablets in tlio house
iind give them to m/ lltWe >no' whenever needed, us I think them the safes: ami surest vowiedy a mother can
give her ohildroa. Tho Tablet- urn
sold hy medicino dealers or by mall ut,
,���""�� cents a ,jo>- from I'ho Dr. Wllliama'
.Medicine Co., Urockvillo, Ont,
' jxed    ,
How Ho you 1'ku my olseuits, hub-
by?     I got Iho rnlpe out e' a paper.
Well, my dour, I found a button In
one a-id a fi'dlier in another; May*
h.�� you got tl.c cooiiing recipe mixed.
��� - Bottli Sets
Sets of bottles .in' leather v enscu"
^itTra:unnovG~fl,riactive-toAho4,i;aveJer._,
says tht- St. -uis riepublle. There.
: re four in a case,- ana they can b��
used for sce^tand so forth.-In order
to tell at a ,1,111,-co what. -::ich bottle
-Anlains without taking it. out of tho
c;A->, the stoppers aro mad .of different colored en-meli.���pink, blu , green
and mauvb. The case i' .omul aivl
divided into ""our by-pieces cf leather,
so'that the l-oltlos.may not knock, together and be broken. Tin lid fits
(irmly, over and (listens securely with
a strap.
A VaUablr Suggestion
Wo must do something, j.-ld the president of tho great railroad iiystem, lo
Increase our- revenues.   Can you suggest aiiyl.hliig?   '
1 don'l know of any way, ropllod tho
treasurer, unless, you and tho chairman of the board are willing to go
into vatidevll'o cr report, Ihe world's
championship r me, nud turn your salaries In as gross earnings.
Now lasy to Cure Ccrr.a
ICasy, of course, it' you know how.'
Yod, it is easy it' yon usu Pulnam'a
Pnlnleso Corn Extractor.' ;vTot caustic,,
not ilC'Sh (destroying. No. .Putnam's
Painless (J. n. v.iixtractoi, i'tc name
tells its story, .does its work painless-
acts promptly, and   always   affect-
1
ive.   Ijiii'gesj,
by .druggists'.
ale in tho world. Solil
Prlco 23c.    i       1
Corns nro caused by tho pressure*
of tight boots, but no one need '>a
troublou witn them long when so simple a remedy nn llolloway's Coro
Cure is   .vdllnble.
in l
Hew Ho Did It
How i'o yr>" nhvuys keep (he otiiec
dock right'.' the fotemail wns asked.
1 net it, In the "loi'iiiiig by the time
he buss iirrivH and Hot It again at
ihimo who wi>re waiting In book, and ; 11001. and nlj.,lit by tho rlmo tho help
presently 11   ."cry good-looking young'iiuiis.
hidv, iic.vMo ihe proiextliig ^enllemii')    '  ������-
mid: A. woman vim lhitenlng to a long-
Tu'ke the coin, sir, uud I'll give you shoreman a�� hi was dollrm'liig.liltriHelr
a not'nor l��'�� '���''��' i��lf��*��* <n' ���<- |<��l' a pi-rre'et torrent nf pleti'r.--s(iin. litti-
This done, the lady'   wild   lo   th.' guagi
hiiokliig-clerk;  (""inglo   to   Winnipeg,     My man. tdinyyild, whero did you
foil   HI I." led   ll!.   till-   Mill'.
1 had p'on-
ly of food hut ll did not nourish mo
hei'iiuse of Intenllnijl linllgonil.ui. M(-d-
leal 'rcatni'Ml did not so.-m to help. I
ftof llrteoiiriiR.'d, stopped medicine and
did 1101 euro -.nuch svlii'tU.-r I lived or
.Hod
"One day a lin'iui umk< u um ��ur��  i
11 ml among ihe coins ,,\w put down
wiih the ten cent piece lu dlsliute.
which the cleric had lo accept amid
the gultawi. of the bystander*.
Couldn't Stand the Shoek
M.iinli'    I'i'.ij' .'ii?., 1 i.iit.. ,1....!  .;  '..
a atreei ear.
l-Milli��� Crowded car, I miiipfjso, and
the pom- thing had lo ��!ai>.! up unili
site collapsed,
Cuti'.-ur;. s.wp fn.lli'��t vm.timi.I f..tii|itii.j  ,    .Maude--No; mi iho contrary, 'every
Wl-'..Uf>-ATI* nib-eir-i.   Tin-. tK.-ninciit  !��>���'��' ���'' *'���" '������''" ur'>i'V till'l olTi,r*il his
'I'li.i followiut! Iiuiiiii.t.(-irii'!lMihnil<H'i>.
comical trci.HiM-iii: <<>-iiity Kiiiii.r tlm ;\f-
Ir.-Ud ]inM!nvli|i<'illIrani dimiiii-iit, 011 il,n
iMiilof tliolliii.'.r, loild.mul juh. W.i^h <iir
(httC'iiili-iir.-i OidimrniJa (!���.u iiuiiiiii-s uli)i
>; l;..-5 on rl*ln�� lunl r.iu.i.i1-.    Al ot In r
llr'l.o tl-'O I'llt I'Htra r'n-.-p If ��� :y fn" tlio tnllft,
ji1 M linlh, '"?ft ''���"��� to ii'." >-!'"nir rnllanini.'i-
't!ui��, Iffiiatl.Vi iiikI ���' not i't iliolM.rM.
CulJcur.v K<��|�� 'ind fi���i'i.-i. it ...,i.1 c-v.ry-
yilicrn. fiteWx nil fi>r> oi.i;.li'i'f 1 .uh, villi
rw-p. Imm.I.'. rTiul |msr-rii!.l if. l'..ucr DfHJ
atCl��tii..*'��T., !>-!>t- "J.,!" !,,:'. ''. M. A.
to.lt  W 10 11
'.���tl.
'v.d, uu 1
\.'.* 1 ;i\��-    made    11.1   nil.
W.
1'. Q8r
.lilcl   Wlli'll
mind, it lit   ' i.,
Th'-ii <iiH' iloiibis ,iud our /.���:."�����' CiJiu ���
to <i'.n ll n.;,
Xt> wonder il*** hard to know just what
lo d<#,
Tlif-rc are >-ii in.��n> ��<.>.���;��� tw '.ill '.I-'..
Ilidt! l*i)    I,...,.-     '���i.i-    -I'" 1
lug cnl':ee ,iuii ni<,. Po-tuui 1 had
lost faiili In every thing, hut to plenpo
my li'lend 1 'ugi a to ase l.o.h and
seoli liocjiiim vo.y loud of them.
!       "l!     WltHU't    lollg    lior.lf.' .;���(){    ;,rjll|0
l.'drenglh. ion ������ iioeiiii-1 i-i-.p.! ,��� ,,���
I system, hop,, sprung up in my hrart
1 ami slowly bin s'.utly 1 g.if lu-ltur. 1
could sloop v.-vy wfll, the coimtaiit
craving for tuod (eased nnd 1 hnvo
hii'irr health now than iief(,ro the at-
tack of p.;:It uiltls,
:..>   ii t-L.-.A .viul r ar.i '-CM i^tnp
(JrapeNutji and ''ofliim."
Nt.tue glv-n by tVinadlaii ]*"n-lum
Co., Wini'so*. Ont. P.r-.Ad, 'Tlio. Itoad
t.. Wellvlllc," In    pkTjs.   ������Tlicre'H   a
JlWiOH.",
&\tr rtzA the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time.   They
are genuine, true, and full nf hiini*n'��?
lotticit. |    Paw
Nornh WRfln't Alarmed
N'orah, paid  her mistress severely,
 ", v.!\"e 1'wt    nnlloonin.i    in    Iho
drl'tlt-i "kitchen :iut\1 tt I Hlinll spoaU to him.
do as lai' ns ye liM', .Hum, M.id .\ut-
lib, but ye/, tiiver git blm. Wu are lo
be married ��"Vl Tuesday.
Proof
ll is '*\i'iiu..; oi. .v ���->'���'..... ' ; : :������':'
ly a young ft��(��l.
Hut how Is lie lo V.iiov; that she Is
11 fool?
When she '.i>'f yo�� lo hi- projiosul,
ho ought to knov/.
I'ioi'.---A l"u..l '.'-a a;'': re'iro o,i��os-
tlons than ii wise man can answer.
mind.. No wdiid't- <i.i in-itiy ��if uh
tliiiil.'  ill 00V '-'��� ���''"'''''
learn such awful language.
Learn it, Ma't.m? asked llm man in
surprise. Vou .*on't lci.rn it; It's a
gift. '     ' ��� "    "     '
Th�� Stronger Sex
Cliolly nnd /Cgy pnrUcipiited
dlsgi'i-coful nl'i'nlr li. a .cafe.
Anybody  hurt?
No.
Then wh.'.'': wrnt disgraceful iiboui
ll?
\V"'>, a rot'.pio of walti'csHos held
tlie 111 i, pari.
Foolish Questions
. What aro you thing, Wlllio?
Trying to learn the (lsli Ir. this river
what ihey'll get ir they hlto on S'.lif.
dn>,
"  But Ho.w Would .10 Do It?
Mrs. Ashley approached tho physician niiNlously. How Ih my husband
IhiH morning, Doctor? she mikod,
lie Is a veiy nick mnn. Mrs, Ashley,
answered the. physician IniproHfilvely,
��� Oh, 'Doctor!     Vou doi.'t	
Host easy, Madiini, said the doctor,
my (reiitmmit. will surely Htrnlglitfli
him out In loHrf than ut week.
How He Got In
I understand Whipple iiaa adopt en
a political career,
It wiih the other way iihotlt, A political miichiiie adnpu'd Whipple, and
now ills ciireor Ik assured,
RbvimmTIIATi
10 ��
*"       Wjl^ajk'^a^Bwi
When yon feel dls*
��!3il*���a^   '     li ^C*E"Ei.^  wnrM ***m* ?**h��.
_ 'A "ree Thinker
Tominy-- Paw, w'mt Is ,1 f."v tliitdt-
An v.r.ui.i ���.'��i d tii.01, m> non.
astlnst you-Umt't
yonr ���y*tem,��i war
���f tclesfraphlng you that somelWuj U "WRONG and needs HELP,
H mny be tint your liver U tired ��ml refuneii te work, nr yonr
dlrestlv* orfctnc h��v�� hod too much to do ual ��nr.d enrc. Porhapn
you hfivc \*t�� t-.aMu.ji \t.�� ��i��i��a.K, ���.!.<! -. * C^;,'., *.-���. J ynr }:)^ei '* Ie-*
rich or impoveriibeJ.  Whet you need (��� a tonic.
g^^i Golden Medical Discovery
will glT* thu rermtreri aid. Tonoe tbo ontlro ���|itmn. Hid weak ttomtch U
mad* itrontr. th* liver vlbraUa with new life. The blood li cleanard of all
Impiiritlf ��� and eirri���� renewed heatUi to every vein and nerve and muiele and
organ of the body. No ntur* atUcVt of
tbe "bloM." Life brceine* worth while
again, and hop" l��V*�� ]<Ur�� of ilcipalr.
InsUten gttting Dr. Pitrct't
Gelden mileal Dltcovtrif.
Sold by dealer* in mtdiclntt.
i
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fY'riaUMa, Wtrli'l DUwiutV
Mtdittt A**#UHsk. tlnfsl*, N. T.
im i -   "*���������'."'  "; a!*v V  /* <��������� -(.^  s^-^i:.^  <(������ wt>vw Ms<l-4^������Klh<>wviaa-w������vMMUI|W.Aia,4  "* "'*~*r!,*-*'*'"V������V/*-^-   1  "JT-- ."  <"* ^-ya^KlWJ  Tgg^NEWS,' QUMaCEBLAyp,   BJUTISE  COLUMBIA.  NOTIOS ������ hereby (riven tlct app'.i-  ..  ciiteu will be made to tka Superintend-  nit of Provinoial Polwe, Victoria. for a  license to sell liquor  by wholesale upon  .tha prowisoa������itaati4 on Lot6, Block 15,  -Cumberland Townaito, Cumberland, B. C  OlAM MUSS ALTO, AppUomfe  ,D..ted Uiio 1st d������y of October 1918.   -  NOTICE u hereby given that ou the first  day of 0 io.nVer , next, application  will" be  . made to the Superintendent of  Pcoviucial  Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of the ho-  ted license to sell, liquors  by retail iu tne  hotel known as tbeL.rua hotc, situated at  '  Comox, B.C. Gkokou M. Barlow  Dited October 1, 19ia    .  NOTICE is hereby (jwen that on tbe  .. first day of November 191,5, application  <>will be made to  the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, for a renewal  of the  wrulenale liqu >r license upon the premises known as l.ol 24, Subsection 1, Nel-  , son Uwtrici.  I'll-SENKK IlKKWING COMPANY.  Dated October 1st, 1013 ,.  NOTIOS is li-.reby rIvuii -hut on the  flr.it (liy of Deocuihw' ikiX' 'ipplii-at.oii.'u.l  be innde to thuSuj'u iiitctidi.'.it ui Previa..-  , oial Police, Vik-Xni-i, f..r a iviK-u'al o{ the  li..toi laonso t. sell liqu.'.ra by 1-0U1I, n.  Uio hotel kuowu an tho Union Imtil. ait-  niito nt.U1.i-1n, ii.C ��������� John N. McLhuj)  Dtiti d the 1st day.nf Octob .r, 1913    ���������  UNION STEAMSHIP CO'Y  "^ol British Columbia, Ltd,��������� j  THE S. S. CO_WI(J.lIAlS .WILL.SAIL A?U>JDEit  Comox���������Union BAy^-Na'naimo���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. m.."......,........ .Tuesday r 1 p, ������n.  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p; 111.'...Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For Deimian Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.     -  RETURNING-Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday,8<*pm  (   For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.  ",' *���������     ,A���������-���������    Subject to chauge without notice.  I,  (Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, BX. 1913  Nv>TlCEiB her .by ifiv.u that on th?  first dny o( D.oomuar next, apulicatou'will  be nude tu ike SupennUiadeut uf Pruviuoial  l'olloo, Viotoris, for tbe renewal of tho hu-  iii lloenM to evil liquor* by retail iu th*>'  Inlel known aa the Kreraido howl, sltiitieo  at Cuurtenty, B. 0.,'        ' G. H.. Fkchskr ,  Dated (lotobbr I, 1013,  <��������� a. ���������  ������aa������a������aaalaf������.'a.  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, ami  made iii Cumberland.  Union  Hotel  ��������� aw waai aaayana  NOl'IOK in oereby fiivou Ihtt ion the  firttt d&yot 13vOqiu1'������it next applieatiim will  bo mudo to the Suporintonileiit-'.f.Pr.jViu-  cinl Puhea, Victoria, for tberei^walof the  Lottl HcenBo to 841 liquor* by retail iii th*  hot 1 know i as tbe Wil������au hotel, ������tuated  ���������t Union B������y RG. A,  Alvuko llxrEH Horn*  Duted October 1,' 1913.  -   " '���������   , \.  NOTICE ii hereby givou iml. on the  6<-Bt dny oC.Dooeniher ni'st appitaatiira wit  be ma.le to the Superii.tor.d&nt el PjOvin-  ^>iul Police, Victoria, for.thetewwolof thr  hotil lioDnto't-o uell liijuui-o liy ro"oail m'tin-  tuo-.e! ktiown aatho N������lbOn IwLel, aitiu'el  , ������t tJiiion. Bay, B.C. ' .- Johw Fiuam<.|  Dated October 1st, IS IS.-,;  The Courtenay Hotel  v Ifiviry convetikmce.fur guestfi.  ,  Tfae Oeutt������l Hatd for Sportsmon  Nooe buit tl������ Ik:*t ai Wiaesand Liquors!  J.   iff.   XcLEOD  , "P^ioE������JRi^xor.  ," Engllat 4 x BURTON alwaye oa tap .. also, the famous MILWAUKEE  B8KEW���������Anhenser, Bofaemiau, Sohlte, &e. . f'OLD OREY BEARD"  SCOTCH VVHMK.Y, Beit Wmoa and Liquors of all kinds  Tho Uoardrng ������nd Lodging D^partnent. under the immediate super in tendenoe  .'   -        ''     willVofou..d PirBtolaa������ in erery reapect.j   .  BA.TS8 e  ytSBSBBER  "si oo per day and Up  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  VancowcriWiH^  ",Distributors'.  .,     N'MNAIMO. B. C.       ,  m tlwj Hwr.'  RATES  RSASONABLE  John Johnston,  Prop  KN THE COUNTY COURT OF  ���������    NANAIMO iiOLDEN AT  nanaimo; ���������  IN TIIK MATTER OF William '  Horbwt Ilattou   deccsBcd, in ,  testate^- kto of tJourten*y. U C.  AND ' i  JN THE MATTEU of tlio ^OIU-  <jial A'dniMHBtrutuvB A-ot,'*  TAKF NOTICE1 thut hy or-,  dor of Ilia Honor Judge iJiu-koi',  nuidi*' on the 11th .day of Fob1  runry, IDH-, I ��������� wan appointed  Administrator of tlio Kstato of the  above uwiKioncd docoafind;' and nil  liaitiee having clniniB ngainst tho  wiid ostato uro horohy rcijiiired to  i'liniiBh initio, properly vorifiod, to.  uio on or botoi'o tlio, loth day of  ���������March 1911, AND nil par-  lioi*. iudoblod to Bttid ostato, uro ro-  qui rod 'to pay tin* amount of thoir  indoblwliiofie to ma forthwith.  Dated this llth day of Fobru  *ry ISJll.  W^ Wnsurv Wh.lard,  Ofllcial AdininiBtrator,  Oiiuvbei'land, M. C  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think.  O. H TARBELL  liiGii uti/uic; JiuVb  And all KITCHEN JlUTENSILS  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNEWS.  "Nuff Said."  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  Violin Strings, Talking mn-  ,������hine needles mid Victor Records  for sale at tlio News office.  NOTICE  Auy person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any dewriptiodn  wloiig-niR to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., orfrotn or off tho land  of .the said Company, or anyone  I l..rJ.. rt ^.i1 1. t..l< ' t -,.,.. it ,,,!,,I 1. .,  t']-'["    O *"'>"���������>"' Ut   rti.}   Cn������i>CI JUvlUl,  ttiiywhtiiw ujxxi ti������ ixmipiiuj'o  land will ho "prosocuted to tho fufll  extent of the Uw.  J, It. I.O0KAIU),  Gononil Managor,  Colliery Co,y,  CANCELLATION ���������0F KE-.  SERVI'X  . NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN,lhat  the reserve, the notice of which appear-  cd in ihe ������. C. (lazctie on the 271.1 cUy  of December, 1907, is cancelled in so far  as it relates to the followlug parcels of  land:-the \V. 1 2 of the S. E. 1-4, the  S. VV. 1.4 and the S. 1 i of the   N.   W.  lowest of the river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4, the .S. E. 1.4 of the S. \VA. 1-4  and the N. E. 1.4 in Section 5; the S.  i-i of the S. E. 1 4 in Section 8; the S E.  J-4, the S. W. 1-4 and the E. ,1.2 of the  N. E 1.4 in Section 16; and the E? 1-2  of the i. E 1.4 and N. 1-2 ih Section 21,  .ill,in Township 3, Suywhrd District, and  thc^N. E. 1 4 of the N. E. 1-4 , in, Soc-  lion 32; the N K 1-4 of the S*'\V 1 4 and  the N W t-4 atulN t-2 of the N E 1-4 in  Section 33; the N 1-2 of the N W 1-4  and the N 1-2, of ihe N E 1-4 in Section  34; and thcSao and N W 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  S.iyward District.  Tl������������ said lands will be open forentry by  pre-emption on Monday, the 18th day ol  May at the hour of 9 o'clock in the"forenoon; all applications to be made at the  office of the Government Agent, Vancouver. No Pre-emption Record shall  mclu.le more man 40 acres of land cn>  cept incases where it'is desirable lo include small fractional portions of legal  Subdivisions; information'in winch con  nection may be obtained from' plans on  view auhe above mentioned Agency.  " ,' "      lt. A. REN WICK  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria, Ji.   C,  February mil  1914..  RECEIPTS  Gov't grant to City... .������5037 OS-  Gov't grant to Cump...  10HS 23  High,School iWs......   '370 00  Special Gov't gnuit.... 2500 00  Paid by  City of Cumberland   3410 7(1  SaSBaMaaa  0  ���������VER es YEARS'  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE AT THIS OFFICE  LIQUOR ACT 1910.,  Section 42.  "NOTICE Ta hereby giyen that  on the U\ day of, December next,  ���������applicatloii~~wili-iVo~rtrttde^t<r*tlR!  Superintendent of Proviiu-ial pol  ice for,a license'for the sale - of  liquor by wholesale in - and upon  tliepremisoa sit.mted in the. town  of Courtenay, B. C, known ant?  described ut Lots SO'and 51, Sectional. "    ���������  Dated this llth day of Oc.obor  1013, ''     '  ��������� t   :  -  UNION BREWING COMPANY  ��������� 'Lul'  JohnMarocchi, Manager  "Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the 1st clay of December next,  application'.".will be made to the  SuporiiAenderit of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence  to sell liquor by retail in the bote1  known aa tne Malaspititi Hobl,  A uatc at Ltufd, in, tbe Province of  British Columbia. "  Dated this 81I1 day of October,.  1913.  FRED THULIN  Applicant  DojiH   f������������rgct  to  place   your  ucxi oxder ibr priutiug \vitJi ua.  NOTICE.  Ridiug on locomotiv������as and rail  way care ol Uio Union Colliery  Company hy nny pnrpon or per*  Bane���������except tutu crow���������ij strictly  prohibited. Kn.ployeou r.re ������ul>  ioc todtsmleBal for allovrir.R earn-  By ������r<kr  J. R.. WJC-KARO,  General Manage..  IN THEi COUNTY  COURT  OF  NANAIMOIIOLDENAT  CUMBERLAND  IN  THE   MATTER  of Thomas  Smith, decciiKed, Intoetate, who  diod in Noleon Diutricl on April  20ih..  .  AND '  IN THE MATTERlof iho-'OIUoial  Aiimiiiintrnlnrn Ar������l "  TAKF.NOTTCK thnt by order  of lIia'HoHor';Judj{o Harkor.mado  the 5th day of November lOlSJwue  Appointed odrniniBti-dtorof tho Eh-  J.iw" o������ i,,vi ttlwtvi iuciAiontvi uu������  ecunodj and  claimdJaRalnat  \ to  furniph mme. ^������^'>>^^'  pwporty verified, to mo on or boforo tho 13:h day of December,  1918. AND all partlcu indebted to  Ha'.d fBlate, nro required to pay tho  amount of thoir fndebtodiic.-fl to  mo forthwith.  Dalndthid llth day of November, 191 a  'Wizard,  OtTiriat AdminUtratoT,  Cumbexhuul, Ji C  LIQUOR A-CT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE ia hereby givon tliat,  on the lut day of Dccomber next,  application will bo mucin to tho  Superintoodont of Provincial Police for ronenva I of tho hotel licence  to noil liquor hy ictail in tbo hotel  known, U8JU10 Willowi" Hotel, nitu*  ato ot Campbell River, In the Pro-  vinco of BritliihColumbbt.  Dated tliiB ,8th day oi October,  1913.  CHARLKS THU UN  Applicant  Total Receipts.... .$12302 Ul>  EXPENUITQUIS  Teachers' Mlarie������ .;.'. ������7925 0������  Janitor "*.   iUO 00  Scavenger..   ���������    "50 'K.  Tt'lt'grtms. telephone.,  ���������     (3 0U  A. Maxwell, haulage...  li 00  Potter &   Kirkbi'ido..  haulage   ]2 DO  T, D. McLean, stationery  and repairs.-.  A. II. Peacev,   station-  ���������   ���������  ery and books....  Islander, printing.,  News *'  '   '   C. IJ, Tarbeil, supplies  -   and labor........  Dr. Cr.K-.MacNangliton  medical inspection  Thomson Stationery Co  ,-���������'    books....'.....;....  Free Text took  Office  ���������  books  .  J.J. Doug'gan, Trustees, Association A  Daily Province, adv'g  See'y's salary 12 mos  Newbury & Ashley,ln-  8uranee, new school   *  Postage   and    stationery, 12 mos.....  Wm. Potter,.labor..:.  L).  Kiipatriek,   coal..  hauling   U.C. (D')Liinitetl,  coal  SHbei st: i"i&"G(fr,   clral k~  Shibata, clock.........  4 0(-  G3  .ll"  n oc  19  01-  44  t>b  112  5(  23  2b  25  9ts  10 00  ,2  70  00 00  145 00  10 00  3ifo0  " 22 :o(;  .127 5t  ���������]-l,'r  .  Go������  12 25  22  7 70  34 00  ")5  5  IIayman&McUao,towl's  T. E, Bate; hose, glass  sundries.."..,....  G. Downes,' books....  L. \V,   Nunne,   water  12 mce...,   lioyston  Mill,  lumber  Hjgh school pupils, six  day'8   teaching...  School keys   Washing towels    Special grant expenclit-  turo,,, Clurk&Stnwai't  Co, Ltd, furiiitiiro..  A. McKinnoii, furu'tre  Septic tank ���������.      275 00  Repairs to old sjbool     890 00  Maps         45 00  Labor putting   in  now  desks     100 00  12 00  1 30  0 00  1150 07  200 00  Total oxpendit. 1918   312392 08  High school fees diio $54 00  lit'Bpcctfully submitted,  THOMAS H. CAKEY,  Secretary.  Board of School TruBteea, Cum-  boriiuid, II. C��������� Jan. 3, 1914  I hereby cortil'y thar I Jiavc examined tlio books and neoounta of  tho Cumberland public ami high  Bclionlfi and find thwui correct as  sot forth abovo.  J. STEWART,  Auditor.  HINANClAL     STATEMKNT  Cumbcrlftud Night School 1018  JtKCEIPTS  Govornment (tram  ������800.00  Subscription    157,50  Wood'o ^hooplicaino.  The Qrtat Knallm  llrmtihi, . -'  'lonM Mid InvlftontMUi* wMo   I....! ������nr  norvinu urat/m,  nuikoii   imw  "'iuui  Ulead In oidVoliin./JufMAiH'.   j >\.t  S517.C0  F.yiMWmTUUR  Teaclior' culaivO month.-} 15450.00  tun l)(btlttu, Mtnlnl and flnitn Wtnru, Ik*  45.00  17,50  ^'Mr  '.     Ol"s;gk������  ���������} \>yf* *     Copvr.J-.'Mva &e.  Ariosf, >-������pdlD^ a rtct������.U ������-.i������ ^envi-intipn n.-*  quIckiy tiiortMn ���������-.������) ->i Uiior. frj}>'?..tl������������r nn  Invomliiu l������pfoti:ili!.^| iif.iitfihl^  C������...utr.jii!r j.  ltoM������rlcHreona.-*oiit!jl. !!i',[i|,r-00"( od '-...-.c \-jm ���������  sent.free OI<l<Ml naorc?iurl.-.u\iLtput.uto.  ivwmtii token t!iutiKh j'.nun /������Cw*nc������(ve  A hMdbomaly Uli:ntni?������lwtUlj. -t*������r,:t������i, ch-  TOlitlon of any ?.:lCm!ro Juunutl.   Tariiw Ut  ;   Bnuwu yiae(a. & y 91., v/i������A:litv'o. 1>. U.  NOTICE TO Cny,-: i'-.ACTOKS  OEALKD T;::?!)EKS, .-parse:ibe'ij  **J 'Tender, for Lock-'ip ;������ui ?.Ui-ried  ConsiabIe'> Q.i.ineis ;<.( I'o^f-:! Riv?-.'  ���������������ill bc roieiveilby'he ii 'noi'fnb,!'.' l)ie  Minister of Public.Works up to noon of  Friday the 201b diy'of February u; 14"for  licercciion and cerapleiiou of  lock-up  iml married constabic's q'ltw'ei-s at Pow-  ���������il River, in ijie - Comox Eiectcra:  District.-   ;  Plans, specirications, conlittrt aryrf  I'Mins'ot tender may be seen onaV.d after the 2nd day of February 1914,, ut the  ifiicc, of .tin; Piovmciai Co.nslablt, at  P������wt!l Rivn ; ,Mr. J. B.jitd,'Go\ers-,  aient Ageot, "imibprla-pd, ti: C; Mr. J.  Mahany, (iovernn'icnt Agent, YaneoKYer  \i.  C; or"' the   -Departinciu   of   Pjbliu  Works, Viclona  Intending   tendtfrers cm, "for the sum  if ten' dollars, (S?o), obtain one,  jopy of lire plans  and specificaiiotit by  ipplying'to the undersigned, which sum"'  .viil be refiH.dc*I rn ti:*eir;.return. :a .  '^ood order.     >���������  Each proposal  n\u~.l l>e flccT-y.rs-^.nirj** '  by aii accepted  brink fbeq;-^-or   c������rrifi*  rate nfdcpovt  on a  cii.'.rtcred  bauk of  Canada, made pay ible  10. lire -Honour-  ible the'"Minister of Public Works, for  a  iii..  equal to 10  rr-r cent of ibe iet'.rter4  ^hl.i!.,,!,..!!.!-.  deririg d-.-ciine ic enter, into ocntiact  ���������vlien called mpon to do so, or if he laii'  "0 complete the work cunt 1 acted _ for.  Mu* cheques or certificates of deposit ol  uifiucccssful tenderers will bc returned  io. ihe'ii upon ihe' execution '.of tlie,  contract. ��������� ���������'  Tenders will "not be considerod unless  ���������nude out on the   forms supplied, signed,  with ihe actual signature of ihe  tender-.  er and   enclosed in Uie cn\ elopes furnished.  The lowest or any lender not ncce������ar  ily accepted. ���������" fi,  , J.  IS. G1UFF1TJ-T,      .  ,'Deputy, Minister and Public Works  I������n^it.cci; Department of Public Works,  Victoi-ih, ii. C, January 31st, 1^14.  fe4 ��������� - ���������    kit  mwEs^m  CREAfiti  V.4'  Canndbn Qovernmcnt toats pi  show wo havo tliR T'.irvfit, /l/  nnd hlRhcatslrcriKth roods. !��������� J  \ Olllott's la used by flic !Jfi  beet Pokers nt:J Cr.tcrcro r 14  ovcryv.hwix Qicis no if//'(  moro t'.ian t!io Inferlov  adulterated kinds.  iLW.GIll������TTCO.,LTD,  aji To'rcip.lo,' Oftt  $mte Cattaa Ewt Coi2i]pwjni,  Tl.i> iJTf������rt. Ut.iiint) "i'o^i'r, itiiii  }ttJy ,1'uOi ottVuuui *w������vUi.y  [UfimlMoroD wUob voriud; uiti  l������fiv:..l, I 'olu ,0i tui'oo tl.tmco  ct Hirf>jiRir.~Sa. t, .*!.��������� So 8,  PrS'Ptt.',.,:?fl,..,*l^P?. rt-?*i!*  7*1  'i������u4UBiA<Hi^oVofrf->r^7.^'A?^Vl^  vwsvt tuci.twntru   Utt������ \nnUtT)i^<tUJiir(<t* 0/Abater Atwi^. |Oitbll Oil liHtlO 1>������C. iU, ii'iii   U.OU  all parties   having !M^^    Iho ���������H estate aro jW������R������������^" Total cxponditnn, 1018    $517.50  NOTFCRu Iwrtby (jl7nt������ tlMt nt the  next tnoetloRof tho llourd nf lio-innuCom  laiuiiuaura of tlio City of Cumberland, vso  intond to apply for a roucwul cf tho hot-  til l.'jriia������ held by un for tua Wndouio  Hotel, alttutod oa lot *, block,% <'uuil cr-  Iwd lawcfiittf, ii  JK5SW1! DA MONTE  jo.-i-:i������h lOHAcoo  .").d������d Oc'.ob-Jr ffjtii. VM.  Uwpoi-tfblly submitted  THOMAS. II CAREY,  St'tM'Ctiuy.  I itoruby wrtiTy tiiul I liavo t������x  titiiinml tlio books and aceoimtrt of  tlio Oiunlwrlnml niglit sclio������l  and find llicin eorrcet us set foi-ili  above.  j. sTicwAirr,  Andiifur,  LOOK OUT!  for the "Milk wagon  with the Given lA>x  FU1CSH MIUv AMD  FARMI'KOiHJClC  Oni Milk is ihe pivuiwu  cf Hie- Best Vcd C'ws  %  $      vwnsu Miuc      t  V Delivered tnominjjiS: ewnitirT  ?        !. MARUYA      ' %  GIVE L'3 YOJJR. NKX7 O.v  CUR   TOR JOB   1'RlNTlXa.  [r1  ���������> -Jy������il������3  "3<? PKT  m  '15  "S'J  XNT  ck-ui|  1  1       a* '.      J  ;"lk'-l|  Vork-j  olFl  "1 *-*l"w  io.������>:  - -JVII-.C  "r. J.;  .Clll I  jep:'i|  I  ,'eiei's  "' ,(Si^  , ami j  iyto"  certi*!  J*  IE.'  Jft'r'rtifl  CA'-S  h\  04  m  [���������  WO I  f.liei^  t������3  ���������ywlt]  o tlij  litcrq  V.Ci  m  saaa.ni  ��������� ->���������+<  M  iwit^  RVJ  FA  V  a**������^* ��������� v^fc" v   AVu^AWl  ������������������������* * *^^^rt^s*������w������*''M**h^^N������'������jt*juiwaj������Mijv������istfir;  ���������acatfta������.^^������.;  V  THE NEWS. CCAT71ETILAXD. I?: a  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Nino timw in ten when the liver i< right the  .���������(jmach and bowels are right.  C/VRTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  p*ntly but firmly compel a Iwy liver  d? its duty  Cures Con  stipation,  ludigets-  tion,  Sick  Headache, and Distress after Etiting.  1   Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  "Uenuine must bear Signature  y/9 ^ <t&���������~**  w  ci^wcfe/; WINNIPEG, Canada  We ulso buy Ilidtrs and Seneca root  -CTH WKW racKCH RKMKOV. N.I K.2.9hS  reitaucrcss, curbs chronic wehkn������ss,i,ost viaoe  VIM BIDNBY BLADDER, DIDKASF.S. SLOPD TOISOaV,  HLKS. EITHKR So. DIIUOOIST!, Or 1IAIJ, JI, ������OST i CT1  ���������OUGSRA Co, JO, MKKKMAN ST, JtF.W VORICwLrUAH BKOS  TORONTO. WRITB POR FREE BOOK TO D������, Lt CLEM  aVEU.CO.IlAVEKSTOCKKD, liAUPSl'KAD. L0NDO.1 BUS.  ������KYNg\VDIlAGEmTAVrF.I.U1S)FORHOlr'������l5v T0 rain  TH ERA Pi ON ss.sD���������������  ������BK *flAT TRADE  UARKKD WORD    TIICMNOM    II 09  WIT. aWVT. ������TAUt AWIED TO AU, GHHUIKI fAGMTS,  PALMISTRY  Yrm- Life's in t our' ITnnrl, "Rond  Your Own JuiUne!. fiend J������o������lnl Koto 25  cc-ntH and stamped udili-pspcil cnvclopo  t'> Qrouc iUi.-i, tho well known .scicnU-  <lo ptilinltH "1 i will Kill you chart  from which you i .n u-iul yt.ur own fti-  tui'o, 11 will Hilly (li-sci-lho your past,  nnd future life nnd it cur bo it conmnnt  Allele in linA CSE-CENTIA, 8, Stobart  Block,  VVInnipcfi.  REST AH!) HEALTH YD MO'f HER ill 81IIH).  Mllll. WtNBLOW'fi SOOTUIWC SYttl'P llIB  beetl  ������sc.l for over SiXTtt IfKAKSDy MILLIONS o(  MOTIIBIW tot chciv UUUJKl'N WIl/MC  TUKTHINU willl VKtU'KC'I SUCCESS. K  ttOOTIIKh tlie CHILD {iOI'TKNStllf GUMS,  a*!.I,.*.7������n|i i'.MN , CUHltS WIND COI.lC, and  ti tlie lient -.-i.-meay tax '.HAKRJIU'A, Xt is al)<  dolutelv harmless, lie sure one. tHk :oj 'Mrs,  Window's Sootliiuij Syrup,' an* tithe uo Oil"CI  kind   Twenty-five cents u Oottle.  A Roal LdVQh ftlnuilatlon   ���������  SOLD IOTI REE.  A alraltlittoivirit jsnnroiu  offM Irom in miatillklnid  linn. \\t mii|:l.lrii *ww  nuli'uri to llioomtuli ol  imilila ill ovor Ilia  Fin lil ll a. hiiitn  ultmtlMnient, Now  la yoi'i fhanm to fl  ol.UIn cut, Writ*  HOW, (H'lniilDK li.l  ciiiiii fur era ol our  l.llihiinlili) I, ail l������a'  Uni/ j iinirili, nr  nam.' Ail Ml., .out  rnulam \M |j viiur  will, iMiralih, trlituli  will It, c'vnn I'nt  (ili������>a walc),i>i ura  r-viwiKviilxii'tnt,  ilniiM nit lakn id.  rM.t*C(0|oarmtn-iil.  I.iii pITcr. W# ������rpMt roB lo (nil rwir lfli-ml������  KlM.it uu ami alio* th'm tlia liaaulllnl natcli  t)<������i'( think till, odor loo loM to lm tin., tin .unit  ���������J5 d������������t������ loiUc ami nin a Vict WtU. Von  will la ftuiAr.il- WIM.UMH 1 1,1,0111, Wtl(|!.,alii  Jnnnllar. (Iwiil tin i, HI, I'ornwilllt U< ������1, (onifoii, H,.  UnifliiJd,  Don't Recojjnlze Him  Woll, ,Iiun.>������, ciivlouMly paid llu> HUf>  fj'llljlHl  1() lll'l' gl'OOIII, llfl lllM'IIIIK! \mn):  l't'Din tin* \.ilimiMm cluilioiiiliiy, I mip-  JlflHi'  J'OII     ll������V<l  iK'Cf.     OKCri'lHllIK     till!  flllltclllti"',' ���������  Willi n irincli nf L(H fiii'nliciHl .TflhlfH  iuiuwcri'tl: IMi'iiinc' Mn'aiu, ivliluli horso  In   tllll.l?  Stood Up  Pllf 'iiiilril ;il  (lie I'lliiivli Iii lulu.  Win.1 ro cdiilil Ilio lu'ldop'onm lie?  FOREST FIRE LOSSES. 1S13  SUFFERED 20 YEARS  Dominion  Forestry Branch  Reports a  Remarkably Small' Loss  The lowest level of forest loss on  record in Canada -was reached this  year on r-ominion Forest Reserves in  Wcsiern Canada. From _ the first of  Ajiril \q the end of September several  of Ihopo reserves escaped without a  siugle lire over ten acres iri extent,  the sir,all fires that did occur being  cxtins'iiis-'lic'd by tlio uuisors before oc-'  caKlonuiR any damaco U> standhiR timber. On the Rocky .Mountains Forest  Uo.-AiVe. wliich has an area ol" 13,37;*,-  ST'i; acres, iho lire-loss amounted to  but 1,1.10 acres of ydAms timber of  only potential value and $ir������0 worth  of iiiiitun' limber. The lotal arc  burnt ovi-r, mere than half of -which  was cut-over or grass land, was but  11,010 acres, ronrc-sciitiug only 0.02 per  cent of .he ..Tea o- this reserve! On  tho Dominion Forest reserves in Drit-  bh Columbia, which "have a total  uren'of -,4_0,-ISO acre:; net a sinsle  liiv succeeded in spivadiiiA over a  larHo:- area than ten acres, and  only green timbor injurec". by lire was  four acres of joiing lodfioyole pine.  Tbo records aro not, vol complete for  Saskatchewan and Manitoba, but the  r ailablo figures compt.ro favorably  witli the ones ciccd. The i.bovo figures also compare.favorably with cor-  respo-Klins ones on the National Forests of the United.States, where the  area burned in 1013, although the  smallest in recent years, wns some,-  what over 0.03 per cent of the' total  reserved area.  In tho Fire Districts on Dominion  Crown Lands in the west patrolled by  Dominion'fire rangers the *-s.; occasioned by forest fires last season is also remarkably "small, nor is this duo  wholly to the large amount of rain  which fell last summer in the west, for  there were also several dry spells  when frequent fires " occurred, which  only the alertness of the flr'fc-rangers  prevented from occasioning large losses. In the Coast" Fire Hanging District, B.C., which being situated in the  Hail way Belt is administered hy: the  Dominion Forestry Branch, during  June am] July and August no less  than ll^fires occurred, yet all of  these fires-were extinguished by Ihe  fire-rangers, before any standing tlm-,  ber was destroyed.  Snake Fascinated by Cat  Ii. is states that the eat has hypuot-  Wlth Kidney Trouble. Cured by Gin|ic IK)WCt> ������vor snaU's." A Scn^man  ���������.��������� - , Who had hvct. forty-six years in India  Pills . '    - -  - '- ���������   ���������  Mr Daniel F. Frasor, of Bridseville,  X.S., says about GIN PILLS: "For  twenty years, I havo been troubled  with Kidney and Bladder Disease, and  have beeii treated' by "many doctors'  but fjimi**. littlo relief.' ] had given up  all hope of getting cured when" j tried  GIX PILLS. Now, I can say with '  a happy heart, that I am cured after  using only four boxes of GIN PILLS."  00c. a liox, G for $2.50. Sample free  it' you writo National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.  -   told me that ..is life had b_'cn twice-  i, i saved by his cat.     On -juo occasion  Quite. Right  , I'liiieiico and perseyerence will accomplish all things, .was   a   favorite  saying of an old inilier.  Ho had just made' this remark in a  irain one day on the way to' market,  when  a  pompous   individual  in   the  corner turned to    him    crossly    and  he Paid:  Nonsense, sir, I can tell you a  treat-many things which neither patience nor perseverance cun accomplish, o  Perhaps you can, said Iho miller,  but 1 liavo never yot como across one  thing. ��������� ���������   ���������  Well, then, I'll tell you one., -Will  patience and perseverenco over enable you to carry "water in a seive?  Certainly.   ��������� v-     ���������  Si I would like 'to know how.^  Simply by waiting patientIjVfor the  water to freeze. "   '   \ A  ���������      ���������    -       V  One of the- commonest complaints of  infants is worms,- and tho most effective application for them is "Mother  Graves' Worn. ISxIerminator.    r .  He Liked Them to Cling  Ai.T;be two women were discussing the  -fashion s,  -  Sid,you, ^ay that your husband was  fond of those clinging"gowns? ���������  Yes, indeed;  he likes one to cling'  tovinci for about live years.  V*  Dangerous  < lam just,   wondering' whether   it  would be safe to propose lo that girl  that I have- beer, going with.  rdon'(Ai)r>ii(k it would.  What 'ieal^qs you think she' would  turn me dliwrfjl"  I don't A think 3h< would snap you'  up. ���������   '    '  Only One "BROMO QUIN|-vlE"  That is LAXATIVE TlUO~MO    QUININE.   Look for the signature of   E.  W, Grove,      Cures "a    eivbl  'in    One  Day. Cures Grip in Two Days.     25c.  What he Would Do  ..The man hurried into a quick-lun'oh'  restaurant and clled to the waller:  Give mo a hand sandwich.  YeKwir, said the wo iter. Will you  cot il here or take il wiih you.  Ilol.li, said the patron.  Hard to Plr lse  -What's for breakfast  this  1  hope l ot limn and eggs  Doi'inler  ���������morning?  agnln.  . "Wallross���������No, sir, not this morning  lloiirdei'-  Ifl ll?  Waitress-  -Thank   goodnos  --Only liiiin, sir.  What  Is i.c?  :r ho rich?  ] hould say ho Is. Ale's .ir>( ihreo  lawyers, lour bookkeepers nnd seven  eynorl iiccotintantji figuring otil, lils  income tux,  Chroni'iue Scandaleuse  C.osaip (at (op of hor volco as lube  train riudies nloiigl���������Why do I slop  tiilklng.at flu- HtntloiiH? My good girl,  do you fiiipiioiu). I wit nl everybody to  hear nil nhuiil. Aunt Sophie and Uie  cliliuffeiir?  New^ to Him  Mlnlhlcr-So you've tnnir-d over n  new leaf. Siindy, I wait indeed glad  to hoo yon at oiir pny'or meeting Inn!  night. .    .  Hiimly fvlll.igo vf'pnibiite*!���������Ia flint  wliaur 1 win" I dldnii 'rlii wluiur I  huil born nfter I U'*'. MrCllii^tan'H pub.  'Ml ard': L'nlment Curos Distemper  jt-.ii  ini.-i ������11111111,-.,  V"'1   ��������� ' a h1(ti'  -  Kill    |-,()   I'll  A Verltnble Peach  (Iruy- -Is idle pretty?  U'ltytt���������Woll, you can Judge for  Tfnii-M-ir She told me Ir.tl, ulghi. Unit  ������lic newr iind lo I'tiniil uii in a i-hmmv  rd iitreet car.  Mistaken Identity  i.iiilal hl'.lil -flullu, White, old mnn:  Not     (ii you for rentiir'f1*!  Scarcely  ft rugiilAi ll     j .ji. ,   ...it. i.t. ...      .....  l!:-)t'    ' l'et'i'i!  voM  ��������� e in'U'h'  I'erfoct    Hlnii.lfnr-l-'iirilnt.   Hie,  my iiiiiiie Ih not While.  (,eiilnl  ldiu- Thai'..  li.oU    Alter ."il  you;' iiatiie, too!    . ���������  -Only Dry Ones    ���������  In a town'in western Kansas the dry  weather wps being discussed by 'two  travelling men.  Littlo puffs of write clouds wore  rolling by, ami ono of the men' remarked: That certainly-looks like rain. - ���������'  Nc/ chance, ..ho jther remarked those  arc just emrties coming back from  Iowa.  \ Didn't Phase Him -.,  "Out-, sho objected, you must remember that one of my ancestors -came  over in AhcM-yflower. I am afraid  my people would object lo you, dn the  ground that your grandfather was an  immigrant. - Wo. descendants -of the  Pilgrims are very proud of our stock,'  you'know.  Well, I suptose yoa have a right to  be. I've ,go( three or four descendants of Pilgrims working for tne, and  they seem to be good, honest 'M'ows.  TaAaTTIAn ft.1 11\       IIP  HAD DIABETES  DODD'S  KIDNEY. PILLS    CLEARED  OUT  EVERY  TRACE  OF   IT  That's Why Mr. David Heo;-., of Nico-  let Co., Quebec, is    Recommending  the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy  To His Neighbors.  St W.cncoV.as, Nicolet Co., Quo.,  fSnecial*)��������� "I started to take Dodd's  Kidney Pills becaus- 'ihe doctor1 tola  ju) I was t]-ronj,ened wllh diabetes.  After Taking ten' boxes I was aanin  .'examined by the doctor, and bo told  mo, that all trace of diabetes ).ad^cl|s*  appeared."  This is the statement of Mr David  lTeoti. well known and highly respected l:6- \ and ho b ovly- ono of m'rnvin  V'hls nelghborhobi1 who have found a  \o\v loas^ of life In the .^mic Cimad-  inn Kidney rcmeily.  It is' cures such as this that havo  given Dodd's Kidney Pills their renu-  tullon. They are now lfnown from  tlio Atlantic to the Paeilie as Iho remedy that nevoi fnlhi In cure kidney  (llsense, no matter where or in what  (orm..t Is round.  Dodd'H Kidiioy Pills ar&, no cure-nil  They fiimply cure diseased kid-  novs. The nviflon the> cure bac ���������  nclic, dropsy, iheumnllsm, in urnhMa,  illnhotes, urlniiry troubles und llrlght's  Disease Is Unit .ill of these aro cither  (lIsenscH of the kidney or i.re-"caused  hy dlHordever lildne,,s fulling lo do  their work.  An 1-".' vlfli'le Stale  IIC--I ceriiii .ly envy old Kinttli.  She-Why, the idea!   lib's deal' and  iliiinn!  IL1- -I know it, hut wlioii lils wife  leefui'os lilm all he has to do is slitit  lils t'.vw und that emit Ihe ronvernation.  They had jr.-i. " Ammo engaged.  Wluit ,1ny it v,ill be, she exclaimed,  for in'1 to hIuiic nil your gr! f and nor-  I'ovs! ���������  lint, darling! lie pi'otcnleil; I L.tvo  none, . ���������  .  No, she nlowered; hut'when wc are  lniirrled you will hnvo.  ������������������ ' ���������'   'i ���������  Slumi> In Turtle Goup  Until recently It wan ciintomary to  ilhidi) Ihe turllo Himp which was un-  noiiNiiniod at the lord rwiyor'M hanriuel  In London nmong tho poor on tho fol-  , lowing day. hut    osperli hoc   sliown,  ii'llinr   (la   Vlllllo   wnu   lltKUUiI'M'blted   liV  tho reclplonln, uud th'.'t half the soup  he walked on to the verandah and act  ually trod on a cobra that was 'sitting  up ready to strike. " lie' expected j  every moment to feel thd deadly fuugs."  and wondered why it delayed, when,  looking round, he noticed- his cat  crouching and gazing at the reptile  steadily with mesmeric effect, for it  seemed unable to move, and .while it  was in this conditio?'lie killed it.. Another time; when sleeping on an open  col in th,> verarAnli, he woko lo find  on one. side of the bed a huge cobra  wllh head erect ready to strike, on  thu other the glistening green eyes  of his cat. The snake remaicd quite  still, so he ran into tho room lo fetch  a gun, and coming back poked the reptile's head with Die barrels, but it did  not .'coin to take tho slightest notice  and .seemed. ].l<e a stuffci* and lifeless  creature. Ilo then placed 1.1.5 hand in  front of the cat's eyes bv way of experiment, whon immediately thcv,spell  was removed, the cobra'raised itself,  hissed, and assumed an offensive attitude. He then took his hand away,  and the ropJlo became transfixed  agaiu, in which .state, it was shot.  You cannot afford br*Uc-befogefng headache*. -  NA-DKU-CO Headache Wafers  stop them in quick time and clear your head. ,Thof  do not contain either,phonacetla, acetanllld, raoiphtM^  opium or any other djmgorou* drug, 250.'������ box ait  your Drag gist's.' ,������,  -. National Dtiua a*o Oncmioal Co. ���������������, Canaoa, UMmn>  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  Now, Willi?; said the teacher to the  bad little boy, as he took' up the ruler,  this is going to hurt "mo more than it  will you.        ' -'   '  ' All right, said "Willie, Alien"let me  do the walloping.-   .     ..���������'.        .   ���������'   .  Nodd���������Can your "wife keep a secret?  Todd���������Well, V should say sj. She'  never lets on how much she orders  when she goer; shopping.  Of Cou.-se Not     '   -  Doctor, this bill is oxorb.-anl and I  won't pay "t, said the patient irritably.  Besides I'm no better than I.was lie-  fore I came t   you anyway.'     ���������   ���������  Of course you're no bettor, retorted the physician, -.nd all because you  didn't ta1 e my advice. ���������  ���������-  Oh! said tho patient. Of course  as I didn't take i I donl ow, you anything for it.'" Good-evening.,     *   -  A Matter of Relation-hip  ^ Two chance acquainta-iccs from  Ireland were talkmg'togcliieri ��������� '���������" ���������  , An' so yer name 's RileyV said ono.  Are i'cz anny reliuion to Tim Riley?  Vory diahtanrly, said' the other.- Oi  wus mc mother's first child, an' Tim  was the twelfth.  >������uiBlii's'i"������������>  -���������  miSH  A WiKKei* afcthej^in|e  A. Paste {the F. F. DalleyGi lto'INo Dust  No Waste I Hamilton. Canada I No Ru  The Sheep and thi. Goats  What little boy can'"tell iho" the'difference between tlio 'ciuiclc' and  the  'dead'? asked the Sunday-school teach-  er-     ' ..."    '  - Willie wavod his hand franctically.  "Well,  ������������������     tie?     .  Please ma'am, the 'quick' arc the  ones .that get out of the way of automobiles; the 'dead'-'aro the one's that  don't. ' ���������    - .  .  "My wife, said" Mr. Clark, sent two  dollars in answer tc an advertisement  oi"a sure method oi getting r'.l ot superfluous fat.   , ��������� .���������-..-'_ ,->v:-  And what did, -he get for.-,tl{o money? \\Vas  the- 'information  wMt slie  wanted? asked Mr. .Simmons.  ,-  , Well, .she got'a reply telling her to  sell il to the soap man.  v      A Natiiral Mistake     '     -   ->  "From the bedroom of the'twin boys  came the mingled ��������� sounds'   of   loud  weeping and hearty laughter, so father went up to investigate.  ���������"What's tlio matter up here? he* inquired. ,       !,-"���������  Th������ joyous twinAndicated his weeping bro.ther. Nothing, ' he chuckled  only nursb'has given, Alexander two  baths and hasn't given nii any.  , Do-/ou .know the-penalty for per--  jury? asked -ho c.oss-oxamining lawyer stonily. ',      ' '"  Yes, sir, said tho itubborn witness.  Well, sir, what is the penalty for  perjury? ".huhdorJd.tho'lawyer.'  .It's getting--elcc' . to the assembly  and going gn a,lecture tour,, answered  the witness.      ' "      i  Willie Knew  Little Willie wat, playing one day  with the-girl next door, when tho latter exclaimed;  Don't you hear your mother calling  you? That'd throe-,times she's done  it.': Aren't you going in? Won't  she whip you?  Nau'l exclaimed "Willie in disgust.  She ain't going to-whip nobody. She's*  got-company. So when I go in she'll  just aay: The poor little man has been  so deaf since he's had (ho measles.  Tenacious  She fat tho football game)--Who is  that man that all the plnyorr. aro  standing around arguing with?  He (-answering the 00th question) ���������  Oh, that's The follow who'a keeping  the score.  Sho-'-Aiid won't no glvo it up?  'fresh Supplies in Demand.���������Wherever Dr. Thomas' Kloctrlc Oil ins been  Introduced increased supplioc have  been ordered, show'ng flint whorevor  11, ,oes his oxeelloii' Oil impresses its  power on Iho poop'c. No malter in  what hiwUiirto it may be found its potency is never impaired. It is put  up, lu inost portable shnpn in bottles  and en'- be carried without fear of  breu .'ago,  Rlr. Joiipk���������SVo here! Tills horfif  you Fold me huh in on, Iho sidewalk  every time ho sees tin iiilt ���������  JhivBO Denial���������Well, yor. don't, ex-  pncl ; ?"u homo to run up u telegraph  polo or climb    Ire*, do yiu?  Are the best .grain insurance that you  can have against fire or damage of an/  ������ort. They are proof against rodents  that gnaw tlieir way into ordinary buildings and carry away the farmer's profits.  They gave storage1 chargei by enabling.  you to store your own grain until you can'  Obtain Better Price*  Elevatort built   of  concrete   maintain-a dry  even temperature.  They cannot rot, ruit or  burn and require no repairs or paint���������in short  they are the cheapest kind of elevators the irram  farmer can build,  Let ui send you the free book "Wltst the  Farmer can do with Concrete". It tells all  about concrete farm buildings and how to build  .them, and about, downs of other tliinira that  the farmer can build of concrete.  Farmer's Information Buraau  Canada'Cement Company Limited  501 Hor,Id Building, MontM.ll  d  Fir,  Constipation   U uu enemy within the camp. It will  undermine the atronf.cst constitution  ami tuin tlia tuiitt \ I^orciiK ln-Atli.  It lend* to .mliRORtlon, lilllniiBnew,  Impure Mood", f<u'J eomp!n(*n, i-I������'V  headache's, anil i.i one (.( thj mn<  (rMiuent causes of appcndlciti*. To  ncclcrtitb ilow filicide. Dr.Mone'i  Indbn Knot Pill** po.itlvcly cure  Constipation.    They   art entirely  J t ,-i,   i im-    l*i mi . . ',*     .i <  -  Iri ii very vlinph. thin;; tn UU trecti by  thoir btirk.  How wni:d'"f'il! i-he exclaimed. And  enn you tell the various Kinds of iIukh  I lint w;iy'.'  tmai  -lagftalJe in toir.po.-ition ar.d do riot  tlnim, wrilron nr ffripp,  Vrtitrvt  'iom: DflrfijiT  I    Tlilfl. n.'tld   the.   fiHylum   utrcnd.uit,  'l 'intln';    1->    th'-* pi'tlenl    in    n    p.'iil-  dnl ci'll  who was dntli-'luj; h.u I; nnd  I'm tl., la wh.it we ciialdcr i liopcli'HH  .-.i.i'. x  .    Wlnit's the maltT wllh lilm? tii(|uli'  ed the thdtor,  il  your health by taking  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pill*  Hi. ihiiiki  .vi''>r.i'j'ifi'-"-  he I1; < luiVtu i u'ly dwd,;!))",  ���������ind riiif'-" <���������! '''"'  vim pntircd mu. -De I'uimuaii ~t.ii 1  within u (jiiarior oj  an hmir' 6L' the  d>'lr"tUtlO!!'    ������������������       ���������      ��������� '"      ���������  A\'lieu lli/i pnup won \rn-i dliurlhuied  11 r vrilue wnn Ohtlimited nt. $'*l)'0, hut 'nn  ii ' ii ��������� ���������.,.<���������;!, ,,-,    , v,^' (,,i din imin' ri'fir-  ieiit'i. the lot il mayor Mid hlierlll"������  eomnilltec decided to suhMllute rook-  od Joint h.  In itfcnr innee wIMi n rui.fom which  hits Iv < n ol/Hi'i o:l for cr-iitiirlcrt. the  pnivlHiou,! I hat roniiiitioil ifti'i" tho  Ii.iiiiiiM wee.. (Jlsfi-lluitod ff-fptitlv to  iihoiil 'l."(i poor pc(j|)U'. The wnrl; of  dlalrlhtitlon ."nH utuli'i'lala-i l������y tho  liiciuhi'rr. nf Iho cimnMltec. wlir, W(-ur-  ltt������ while npmnp, took tlu-Ir plf.cfii ho.  eldc ih,< tiitih F. which v.no hid'n with  niutton jili-H, hotf, prtrtrld������0H, nnd loh-  Ktor. K.'trli pr-r.-'on who l-ri :iontt.-il  lil������iM"olf ro^vlv^d :t r'it'3t'������ntt:.l ������hv.o-  nf I In1 . iml.  Me Was More Th.in r0ol  Tell mo. h-t'ul th^ Jftdy to the old soldier, lAf-r,* ymi cool in hntito?  f^ru-.f '���������' '.i ft'* tf.-H fill   -i trrnn   wl,������  I  Sms&qm  ��������� rA   V#*t������  n  I,  WINDMILL POINT ELEVATOR, MONTREAL.  Whilo thd Grand Trunk hat been leokinfl well to tha matter of elevator eonitructjoVi In W������it*rn Canada ta  nrovidt atorooe capacity for tho ������ver.Jncr������aiinjj {jrain crop, provUlon ha������ alio boon mado for jhipplno facilitie* at  Montreal. In tho sprma of 1S0Q what is known ������������������ tho W'ndmil) Point Elevator, located in tho busy harbor of  Montreal, was completed and put Into operation. IU capacity was 1,080,000 bushels. Its oituation It so woll  planned thut it if easily accessible to both Ink* or oeenn veosolt, with railway tucks alongside To provide additional accommodation a latrrje annex hat just been eompWUd, wttli a capacity of 1,070,000 buthalt. making a ntt  cup.ic'ty ������' 2,150,000 bushsl*, Thsra ar* fn thla now building 28 concrete t������nk������, 25 feot In diameter and 100 fe������t  in haight. arrarU)������'i "al rlflht angles In four row*, with vevert tanks In each row, Th* tanki. aro Ui>������l.iitUii of  ralnforeed oonerets, having thrtr adiaeent tides rloldly united, to that the four.nplnttd, star.shaped (paces between  tin ftlreuhr timk$ may b������ uied for et������r*<ia n������ well fit tbe circular tonka themselves. The lame tankn hold approximately 33,000 bushels apiece, and the ttar-sbaead ai* tftfiritiee bint hold aporoxlmately &.000 btislieh each.  It )��������� tha eseend largest prain bin an the Grand Trunk System, the largest being locatad al rvri Wi'ilam, with A  >  I  !! ���.W:���,'
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���THE NEWS. OmnmRZAXD. B. c,
CANADA Fl~? (   YEARS. HENCE
REMEMBER! The "ointment
you put onyour cJiild's'skin gets
1 into the system just as surely as
food the child'eats.A Don't let
imp tire fats and .mineral coloring
matter (such as many of the
cheap, ointments' contain)' get
into your child's' blood!' Zam-
Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it.always.
50c. Box at All Druggists and Stora.
Dusting by��Cotnpresscd Air
Compressed    air    has    superseded
������Rloani as the-motive power for driving
rook" "drills on many of ..the large exca-
" vatlns jobs in tlio city. 'J*h6 n.en who
direct tlio operation of tlie air drillers
and tlio men who work iy. the trenches
'have discovered' a jjcwAiso for the
compressed -\ir after tlie day's work is
done.  ' '  ' '.-   '
Tho powerful trills inilvciize a.large
amount of rock and the dust is wafted
all over (he \ .elnily in which the drill-
4ns i'si'U'jing done.-. The men's clothes
become covered with, n'.laysr of the
pulverized  rbck.^w-i'ieh vis' oxtremel.
' <l'fficult lo remoi-y by ordinary inetli-
J>c-$ ' -        '"*'    A ��� "   ������' .     , - ���
Tlio.prcbloiv..of,- removi-. -this line
rock dii'st ,)or lex^d the in en uutil one
of them l'oinni the solution' by removing the end cf the hose 'which carries
th compressed .\ir to "a drill and "directing'the powerful air current,,on
his dusl covered clothes.-.
$25.00 FOR  A  LETTER
Can You Write One?
; Thirteen;Prizes to' be- Awarded  in, a
-Letter Writing'Competition
���' Some: years ago the Dr..-Williams'
JUodicino Co., of" B'rpckville, Ont., offered a scries! of prizes to 'residents of
tho Western Provinces for the best let-
rters describing "cure's "wrought by the
*uso of Dr. Wi.liams' ,Piuk Pills for
Pale Peoplo. . Hundrec'k. e of' letters
���w"ere~^"ubTi^ftW""In~tlTis���competition
and yet.thoro must have been, thousands of other use:s of the fills "who
di not avail .themselves of the opportunity to win ,i prize. To all theso another letter .writins.'coinpetition is of-
. .fcreil.' Thousands of cures through
tho use of Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills
hayo never been imported. These -will
furnish,the malenulforAlie letter to
be written in tliir contest, There is
iio demand u;on tho Imagination; ov-
ory loiter must deal, wllh facts and
facts only,
TH.I PRIZES:
- ��� The Dr. ��� Williams' Medicine Co., of
.Brockvllle, Out., will award a prizo
of._$25.00 for the besr.. letter received
on or before tho "1st' day of Marc..,
1014, from -residents of the Western
provinces, oh I'.ie subject, "Why I Recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills," A
prii'o of $10.00 will he awarded for tho
second best.loiter received: a prize of
$5.00 for tho/.third .best letter, and ten
prizes-of $2.00 each for the next best
Aon'letters,
THE CONDITIONS:
Tho euro or benefit from Ihe uso of
Dr. Williams' Pink piila describe.. In
.tho letter niiiy be in the writer's own
..yense, or' ono Unit lir.s'come under his
'������ o'r.'lioi' persona] observation.
Moro than one cure may bo described In the loll or, but every slitter ont.
muse be literal.)- and absolutely true.
Kvery loiter inns', bo signed by tho
full inline and cornel address of tho
person sending it. ,]f it diwribes tlio
euro of pome porsc'i ollior llinn iho
writer of Uu? lello., it must also ho
filfi'iiod by tlio person whoso euro is
described ns t guaranlee of tlio Irutli
of Iho slaleinunl mode.
The writer of each letter mnsl stale
tlm lininc nnd (Into of tlio paper in
vhleli lio or nlio n:tw this iiiiuoiinco-
mon I,
Fine wrllln;; will nol. win tlio prize
unloHB you Info n good case to do-
KP.iibc. The Hrretwtli of tho reeoni.
moiidntlon and not the stylo of the lot-
tor will lm th   basin ol the award,
It Ih liiidorHlood Unit Tlio .'ir. Wll-
IIiiiiih' Mcilloli'p Co. (dial liavo llm
right In pulillwli nny leller entered
In this ron'n-Hl If Iliry ileslre lo do so
vliollior II wins a prize or not,
The cniilcKl will Homi mi March-Inl,
1011, nnd "In prlHfM'W""' Ik- nwiinlo.l
an soon nH pons! Mo Hirroni'tfT. Do
not U'lay. If you know of a cure
wrlto .out loiter NOW, OhKorvo tlm
nbovo eon Jit Ions nitrei'iiliy or your let-
tor mny bo thrown mil.
Aildrcsn -'I IciUu'B as follows:
The Dr. W'lllanvi   Modlclne Co,,
Drockvllle, Ont.
T,filet*  r'nnlosl   Dr>.i'ivh'tirvt
A  New Organization    That    is    Now
Working for the Common Welfare  ,
oF Peopic of Canada
What will Canada be like fifty years
hence?. Well, that deppnds' upon
what wo do within 'the"next five years.'
Did you ovsr think how fast we are
travelling? Fifty years',, ago, yes.
even twenty-five years ago? we had
a very simple life in'Canada. ' Th'nk
back to the old Homestead days \x\\on
pur gramlftithers went back into tlio
wilds and cleared ��� a' few. acres and
built r he mo and 'raised' a big f.'.m-
;1> a/ul,lived,iri lovo and charity with
lUur neighbors. It was a bard life
but'a happy one. Teople generally
wore industrious and each man reaped tho reward "of his own labors."
There..was a wholesome homo life���-a
spirit of-neighborliness iind deep religious couvieCohs. A
Hut now all is changed. Thousands
aro moving,-from-tho country into tlio
cities. There the old home life is
almost a thing of the past. No ono
knows his nc-xr, door neighbor. Tho
oldi kindly- relat-jnshlps aro fast disappearing in tho rush and conflict of
industrial life. _ Kveu religion, as our
grandfathers know It, is rarely found
iutdotlien seems qullo out of place in
ourynodorn life. Rural 11 I'o itself is
experiencing tremendous .c". angos. A
firmer of lifly years "ago if transplanted to the modern fium would fool
very much like Rip Van Winkle and
rub his eyes in astonishment or.
il.rr- up his hands in dismay.
������' Well what doer it all .mean? Whore
aro we heading'' Wo are making pro-,
gross, never.fear>-but wc are making
new trails'through, ah unknown, land.
We mustn't lose pur heads! ���'.:'"������' ��� ,���>*
, There has recently come,into .exist-,
once a new-organization known as tlio
.Canadian Welfare League. On .its
council are representative .men and
women from all parts, of Canada. It
Is of great interest that men;from various countries, of various religious be:
liefs and political parties and business
interests are ijniting'hi* promoting the
public, welfare.'",-.* ,'*" \,    A'
The-purpose of. the lea'gua is:'   *' '-
1. To promote a general interest in
all forms of ocial welfare.
��� 2. To make a practical study of
Canada's emergent social problems
caused by our largo and heterogeneous, immigration; by . the rapid
growth of -our cities and the stagnation of some of our rural districts, by
the, beginnings of industrialism and
generally our''entrance into, a fuller
national life. '      '- ���    A -_
^3?   In each community to federate
oi' otherwise organize for co-operative
jivorlc^oxiatiLg���sociitl institiuiousAso.
Uiat each may give to tlio .community moro effective service.
'l.c"-To enlist'our citizens in personal" services for the* common welfare.  .
5. ��� To provide trained leadership
for social work".
There"are.five departments:
1. A social service clearing houso.
��� 2.   A lecture and publicity bureau.
"I*!. -Immigration.,, -
4.   Community work.   ':
tl.   Organized Philanthropy.
Tho community work is of special
interest to those living" in small
towns or in the country.
Many a community is merely a heterogeneous aggt'Oga'iiori with littlo coherence, and no active unifying principle "at work. Often,' 1.'.i��j majority
aro strangers .from variou." parts of
tho world. Knch has Lrought with
him hit, own peculiar Ideas and customs which aro ol'lou quire'foreign.to
Uioso of nil the others, Industrially"
tlio population ranges itself in antagonist le 'vronpf Tho churches aro
numerous, but religion, instead of being a unifying spirit, is often Ihoinost
divisive force in tho community. In
mailers of publU; policy Uioro Is hopeless division along parly lines.
Y> t in ninny commiuillles of this
character, 'Gel logoHier' -.Movement.-)
have boon instlt'itod. social centres
established, and eo-.operatlon substituted for competition���llesull, good
fellowship and efllelenoy.. Wo can
tell you of expei'IniGuts thiithavo been
liiod out elsewhere with success, 1'crimps as a disinterested ngoney we
might personally holp in koIU��B'
tliiugH Hlat'led.
If you nro Interested in the welfare
of your community look out. for au
ni'lii'le next week. If you wr.ni fur-
tljor Information wrlto the secretary
.1, R. Woodswoi-tli, Uooin 10, Industrial
11 .l'l'iiu, Winnipeg.
Pleurisy Pains Vanish!
Chest Colds Cured!
NERVILINE  H.\S    NEVER    FAILED
��� -  - -    -to cure    , ��� -,   ; y
��� ...Don'L'suffer! ^
N^rviliue is your, relief. ' ���',
. Nerviline just nibbed on, lots pf it,
will qase that drawn, tight fooling
overr your ribs," will- destroy the'pain,
will have .you smiling.a'nd happy in lib
time,. '���    ;..-   ����� ��� ��� ...      ,
."I caught cold'last week while motoring," writer 1\ T;*MaIlory, from
Linden. "My che'st'Avas full of congestion, my throat was .mighly sore,
and I' had tlio fiercest :titch in 'my
sido you could -liirgihe. Aj a boy I
was accustomed' to havo my mother
use Kerviiine for all our .minor ailments, and -remembering- what confidence she Im: in Korvil'no. 1 sent
out for a bottle' aAonce. Bctwoou
noon and eight .o'clock I had a whole
bottle rubbed on, and then got into a
perspiration under the blankets. This"
drove the Nerviline ih good and deep,
and I woke up next morning fresh as
a dollar and absolutely cured. Norvllino is now always part of my travelling kit, and I will never be without.
lt.\'
'l"he large 50c. family size, bottle is
tho most economical, or you can easily1
got tile 25c. trial size from any dealer.
To Aat'irmi Sufferoro. Dr, .1. TV
Kollorg'i AHllinift llomody iunion llko
a helping hand to n Hluklng nwimiiicr,
It gives now llfu und liopo by ciirlii;?
his Imtihlo���Koinotliliig h>> litis como to
believe Impotwlhli', Its honclit Is tr.o
evident to ho '|tteslloned ���!( in Us own
best iirgiinu'iil, If yon niifiVr from
iittllmta ����'ttills 'Imoiited reiiiedy und
tlnd help like thousands ci othorp.
Homo is Where the Gojjgleo Are"
1 hoar, Hiild (Irlggu, Unit Iho Whoob
oi'H have actually nold thoir homo to
buy un uiitomohlt >.
Oh,  tlint'H f.ll  righi. Maid  WrlKHi',
Vour lortiior laiiilifiud must tlill lovo
you.
Why io?
Ho tolls mc Unit he owe* a great
deal to you.
tTlAt    r/.fnrr!",,    I r.    |li^.    I..,!'1'    nllri^.rn'
Thin here hoy, said the proud ii'ioib'
��������; to a. nelRhbor, do certainly jjrow
morn llko bin fath'T every day."
And the ,rif.'la,libi/,', knowing the
.'ntlior, liif|iilr<d anxiously;
))����� lie uriW'V And 'live yni fried
lii-n'OtlilJi';'.'
they'ro out In It no
need a iiome,
iniic'i Ihey iloit't
Ml ill','1 ���   1    host-    fnon'.lil    yon    v'f'V'1
the kind of girl v.'hn would- tako plena-
uro in llKienlng to n divorce wise,,"
"Miirjorli.���-Hut, my iKar, I happened
to know Uio correspondent.
Vhe  family remnly (or  Couiilr.i  nnd  Coldv
tm��ll tloic.   Hmull bottle.   licet fclnce
Try   Murine  Eye   Remedy
it you havo kc<1, Weak, \Vatery Jiycn
or (Irunuhted liyelith, Drwsri't Hiuart
���Soothes Eyo Vain. UruirRi*** fcell
JluriivJ Eye Kemcily, U<\i\U\, 25e, SOc.
"tfiiiiui* Lye Sulvu iu AM.<piic 'luhei,
JSC;  Stic.    Kye Hooks Free by Mail,
\ Ai' d'yu YjiiI�� ttooal }��r All Cy���� \\.%\ Nt��d Card
iMUVilltt  Ityo  IVuutodv  Co.,   Cai.C.-UI4
18/0.
The Exception
I'"lrKl married till."���Is tlirre ever an
occn.iou when ovoryihim; al your dinner hiblo Is utortf^oldT
liei'und marrifd n,iiti--Xo, not eveiy-
thing. We .ilwnyn initnnge to hino a
bcatc-d argument.
ac-
Tlsry had juht n-uev...     ihoi
nualntance nftt��r Hit year.'.
'fori my word, Mian Wriuherby, he
Hind Innkly. | phould hardly have
known you, you have altered so much.
For M'f lii'iter or for Iho woido? kIil-
mIu-A with nn ..rclt look.
His Choice
WcMaslers was all- business.     He
was walking with a beautiful girl in a
wild Now England wood.
-What is your, favorite flower, Mr.
McMasters? Uio girl asked .softly.. ���
��� McJJaster: thought a- moment. Aheri
cleared his..'��� throat ;a,nd" answered:
Well,'! believe l'liko the whole wheat
best.       ',. ���     \   '
It Sounded Like i:
A young girl, from a country town
went to a city boarding school,
much .against Uio wishes or her father,
who thought,she .would be spoiled, by
city ways.'
'"' Soon she wrote in one of lior letters:'
I am in lovo with ping-pong.
.''The motlio.- read tho letter aloud to
her father, .who turned angrily upon
her. saying: Well, you see I was
right. I* knew'no, good would como
of her going to the city. Now. you
see she.has got.in.'with.one of those
danged Chinamen. .. ��� '
���;-.' Artistry
Clubb^r-'-Atr.-and airs. Del Reno are
in the lower box   iver there.     Have
they, mad.6 up again?
"llUD'hoT (using--hL;"  glasses):
has, at' any rate, '���'
HSEo
TROUBLE WITH
THE EYES
Tho cITects.of low vitality on the
eyesight are little understood, or fewer people Would rush to tho optician
when trouble comes, instead 'of llrsl
trying to get tho nervous system into
good conKtion.
When tho nerves become exhausted,
about (lib first indication is weakness
of-tho optic nerve, and consequent o.yc
trouble and nervous headaches. The
strain on tho 'optic nerve, in coiA'n-
ually adjusting and focusing tho leiK
of tho oye is enormous, and whon the
nervous force. In tho body is diinir-
ished the-trouble is lirst folt .iu tho
sight-and by -severe headaches.
By forming now, red corpuscles in
Uio blood, Dr. Chnso's Nerve Food
rei'itallzos the wasted norvo cells and
Instils new vitality into the 'opt!?,
nerve, ns- woll n: the other nerves of
tho ">oily. HoLidaoho is not. moroly
relieved, but (lie cntmo Is removed,
Sl,,'h"t improves, ii.ul instead of tho
annoyance aiuV'makosbli'f'vnctlco of
wearing gliiflsos, Uu eyes ���'..'�� strength-
enod and tho general health improved
in every way.
Transient
They tell nn you'vo lost your hired
inn.
Hho!   Wlinl \\w. th' mailer?     ���
Nothing,. John's " a, (loi'Lian, you
know, nnd theso lk>ro (lermans hev
what thoy call tlie wanderlust, lt is
sonii'thltig Ihiit, kui'.p.t 'cm inovin'
from one placo lo t'other, an' don't
let 'em stay ,ong anywheres,
How long had John boon wllh you?
Only eleven yours,
Vou hnvo such slrangi* spi'iiking
loi'iiiH over here, said un KngllHhuiiiti
traveling In Amorlu, The othor, night
was In a sleeping our, in un upper
berth, and a mini tu the lower b,>rtli
I'tild lo uio:  Look out  .here.
Of course I did look out, nnd oh, how
I regretted M.
n,ibi
iTiidge���And you mean lo i-'ay iluil:
you opotmd iho lien and stole I hone
Hhoep and didn't know ., tli.ug about
IIV Why man, wlior<. wero your wits?
fbilpiil���I don't know, ynur lionnr.
.Tlioy jutiiit h.ive been wool gallierlun'.
An, my d<nr fllrl. h'rt tialil gftllantly,! OniK tmA Chttnicil Co. of Couaua,
iihuivimu uuuoiiui   iVru
MONTHS SrAN0!NG
Curod by Nn*Dru-Co Syrup of
UiiBoeU, Lioorlc* and Chiorotiyn*
Von V.imr 1mi.' li'iril it I > t,-, .>�����* r',1  nF
A ooii]>li thai baa bttii}; on f<>r even two
week.*, let aloiie two nioiillis. So you
���will appreciate what Na-Uru-Co Syrup ol
"Mused!, Mco'ricc ami Chlorodyne did
lor Mr. 1'ntricl; Ilollutul, of VaA Ibiltic,
1'. Iv. I. ]feunyn:
"I siifferwt from n Ii.iekhij; coit|di for
OVLT t'nO lUOlltlli..     I trii'tl ; f\irl,ii Itllif
dbs, Imt tlu-y fallcil to cure me. At
1,-kI I IrHN.i-Dru C^MyrupufM!' --A.
l,in>riccnnd Cblorodvut-, mnl }i"t M''h
relief that I tried more, and nlirr u-iutf
tbiPC bottles was .nb-iolukly cunil."
The tinupie, scientific t'iiuihiu.*tii<i) of
three such reliable reiuedirs makes Nil-
Hrti-Co Synij> oi J,in.-.et(5, i.huikc .n��l
(!b!nrfwlyiif> ffio rii>sr jircniriffr'tt fh'it
tliat hi;t ever bctu offcica b>r nil ��->it>
of rolil'i fltnl cotigb?. (let n L'.'ie or .rif"��
bottle from your |)rtiy,g!'.t ami ff i"r
ynurvlf Itow effw.no it >i,   N'.t^m.l
"V*    _ .    ���    I ot* a aa ..
���"    He Knew
;It was the opening of the winter session and the "teacher was :naking up
her list of pupils.
, VTwll, my boy, she said to one youth,
what is yo-u* mime? ���" ' ���
Tom, ma'am, said the boy prompt-
That does1 not sound well, she said;
you..should always give the-'full nanu>.
Vou should have said "Thomas." And
what is your name'.' she asked turning
to the next hoy.      '     ���
Flushed with Ihe consciousness of
having learned something new th:
youth arose and said proudlv; M'v
name is Juckas.
Why the Judge was'Powerless
The'Jury, after long deliberation,
seemed unable to agree in a perfectly
clear case. The jud'ge.jtboroughly exasperated at tho delay, said: ,
I discharge this jury.
O,no sensitive juror, indignant, at
what he considered a rebuke, faosd ihe
Judge.   '-
You can't" discharge me! ho said,
with a tone < I conviction.
And why not? inquired the judge in
surprise.
Hecauso, ��������� announced the juro,',
pointing to the lawyer fo" tho defense, 1 was hired by that man thore!
'   The  Best Thing she Could Do
A young lady called oiie day on ltu'j-
instein, Uio great pianist;   who    Lad
consented to .lsleu to her vlaying.
What do you think I should do now?
she asked, who., she had ,finished.
Get married, was Rubinstein's answer,'
We canuot ahJbe rich who dwell-
Upon this ���mundane place;'   .,
But, just the- s'ime; a smile-' fits
,   On almost any face.
wc-ll
His Toast -.
At the close-of the- weddi.ig breakfast a gentleman noted for his lack-
of tact arose, causing keen anxiety to
tho bridegroom who know his failing.
Ladle.: and gentlemen! Le cried
genially, I propose Ure health of the
bridegroom-. .May he seo many'days
like this. .     ,'
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen,���! havo used-"MINARD'S
LINIMENT from time" to lime for the
past, twenty years. It was recommended ro 'me b/ a promrient physician of Montreal, who called it "the
"groat'Nova Scotia. Liniment." '..-it
does tho doctor's work; it is particularly good ir cases of''Rheumatism
and Sprains, , '     \    ������'.-"���   '
-    ������ ��� lours IruIyT^        ^r ���
" G.  G. TJUS.TAN,
.Chartered -.'   rountant.
Halifax,.N.S., Sopl.'"21, 1905.
��� Force of Habit    ���
Something I'enn do for you sir? said
the floorwalker to a man anxiously
looking up and.down every aisle.
Woll,. es, answered the man; I seem
lo havo lost my wife.-
'  Third floor, third side, said the floorwalker; you'll iind a full line of mourning goods there.
It is a Liver Pi'l.���'Many of the ailments that mini has lo contend with
hiivo their oi'lgir iu a disordered liver, which is a delicate organ, peculiarly susceptible to tho disturbances that
como from irregular habits or lack or
care in oaling and drink'ng. This, accounts '-.< the grea'' many liver regulators now pressed on the attention'
of sufferers. Of those- Ihcro is none
superior to Parmeleo's Vegetable
Pills. Their opera I Ion though gentle
ia effective, rnd the most delicate can
uso them.'
Tough
Lady���It must havo .men r. very
tender-hearted butcher who killed that
lariib you sold me ''osterdav,
niilcbor���Why.
Lridy���Ilo must, haw hoHilnlr-d throo
or four years before striking the fatal
blow.
A Tr;.-,t or Teacher
Miimma���So yon want to give your
lonelier a present?
Jlessii���Voh, mu, I'd llko to give her
some of thut candy I had the oilier
day.
Mamma----Why, that was what made
you ":i ill.
HohhIc���Vei��� ma, '. know :���'��� w:tn,
Who W,ij Good
Maiiiiiiu lolls me you have w
Hpiinked till day, .lane, sudd tlio
upon hiu return homo,    h() jo
been a giud . tile ;:lrl nil day,
It Isn't tliaf.   It is Aloiher wiui
been uiinollo ah day,  "
been
llll'1!'
have
has
To Mea^urft Ceil in a Din
A solid cubic, fool of an'tbraelic con I
. olghs iiboid ii,'! pnuifflH. \\')i,.,i
broken fur use It wolghu about CI
liotiiidri. Hit ami -un con I, when
broken tip'fi.i tme, weighs tihoiit 50
.lOiuidf-. ," I'll* e, nserjnent nil,> for the
iipproxlmnte ineiiHiirenient t,f coal In
a bin or box is to multiply ln> leiifclh
in feet by 1,1.1 hn'KlM in fc'ef nnd ,'igiiin
bv the liVftidtl' lit fiM-d, Mii'l (bin i-unlt
li) fi I for niitliMielto eo.il, or by r>u fur
I'liitiiiiiiHun      . II,u, i'jll!      I'l'sllU.      Will
'final tlie niijjibi'i of loan divided by
"!Q|'0.
She Wnii Consistent
A   wnni'in  vi'. In -i  l-1����� ��� r-,.<���-������   v ������
idh' Wii^ aid.ei* li i age, and snuwi'ivd:
Thlrly-llve. H
llui, objocti-il the Judge, you were
before rue iwo yr-arfc ago. nnd' you >;;ild
then Unit you i ere tbirly-Jlve.
Vour Uiuior, sdie loftily icplicd, I am
no ono wl.o would cay or Mhlrur at
one lime uud imuliij' i.hii:g ;tt luji.llni'
time.
Rennie's i^iew
Seed Annual
Wm. Rennie.Co., Limited
This complete book, bourn', in lithographed
cover?, is yours for the asking. It is an elegant ifook���tho best seed catalogue we have
,\r, issued���and iTers some most desirable
Ncvelties in Vegetables and Flowers' which
can be obtained,only direct from us. Many
winter's evoning ?ari' be spent profitably" in'
planning your garden,'liy a careful study of.
this book. Shall wo seiu1 ;.ou a copy? ' ���
-. .394 PORTAGE AVF... WINNIPEG
icsfris
fauna;
"fa..*"
���pl't-
"2 in 1" and, "3 in IA
Washboards
s
Just.
ns fjooil. as
Eddy's
Matches
'V;
No oilier. .�� .-Fhbocirds 'h.ive the
rlnc crimped hy the uieigod peculiar to EDDY'S Washboards. '
T.lils patented process tllmlnates
Iho d.mgcr o. torn linens���the
r-huse of hanJs���-the unpk'asaiUiiess
cf  wash-day.       ��� t
It nKsures ���- ^."or-t and economy to
t'-* nreatest degree. Insist on
EDDY'S. ��
"'EKS
'"ck-uii
FARMERS
Can always makes sure of nettinn the highest prices for
BARLEY nnd FLAX, Ly shipping their c.-.r It ; to FOR".
PORT. ARTHUR and  having them sold oti  commission by
WHEAT,    OATS,
Wli LJAM    ANC
THOMPSON, SONS  AND COMPANY
THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'   AGENTS   .
ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN " EXCHANGE,   WINNIHEG
Fanrtoos
Reputation
�����"   "      of
'THE OLD
/ iHt ULO.^o
fRELlA9LE  I j I
���norWc
ESTABUSHEO 1810
Is easily maintained by the superior,,    -   ���->
a*i Service
in.operation.-between^
Southampton^ (via Queenstown) to Halifax and Portland and    .
Liverpool (via Queenstown) to Halifax, Portland and^Bostbn.
Thoosplendid service in effect to Canada;-the magnificenb appoint-'
menta of the ehips; the courteous-attention of all employees,
are characteristic of the
Cunard Company
And are strong features in making your   decision   to   have   friendt
and reiativos come out from the OLD COUNTRY to Canada.
Tlie Cunard Way    *
Frequent,  sailings.    Magnlflcont now   (1913)   twin   screw-steamerj
carrying ono clnss (II.) owbln and third, clans only.
The Cunard Cd^flso maintains sorviees between i
New York, Queenstown, Fishguard, Liverpool.
Boston, Queonstown, Fishguard, Liverpool,
New York, Mediterranean, Adriatic,
Including the fastest Eteamers in the world, ''Lusltania," "Mauretanla"
Now building S.S. "AURANIA" 14,000 Tons for Canadian 8ervlo��,
Full Information aa to sailliifi"dates, rates, reservations and doacrlp-
tlve'llteriiturc'to be had from ftny railway or steamship apent, or
The Cuntardl Steamship Co. Od
304 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG
.���"ttira
Sitting on Stfittgrn
Platform Oblmons
of Approaching train
has cost many-men
their feet and in
some cases t^eir lives
Of Mixed Origin j Wh/ They Did
Slir���jSo,ii'tiiTWK you apiioar roally j    HninvolPnt  Lady���I  am  collrrtlug
n.anly nii'l iinni tliuoii you :krn c-ffi'in-. fur tlio mitTurln r poor,
Inulc. j    Titoil Mun���-Hut aro you euro cliftjr
lit'-I Biippcrii It's lifi'f'ili'Mf:,', Hnlfjrciilly  huii.t?
ff my iiiH'UHt.uii  wcr�� iiicii mill  tltiy    Ih itcvolcnt, {.,uly���Oil, ,yof, liu'.c.vl!
otln'f htilf woo wfiiin'ii. ; I no to tlu'lrj oiiif'(!,1111(1 lull; tn tliotu
���������  I for lioiii-rt ut"    tlmt','  . .,   '
I ' vlJ	
1 We HaVw.faP'Deen Thtrr
lolni, vliy oi. o:iillt   :m>
V.GS
T
H|k>-
'Jot (or Her
They hud flulu i-.! Iho   llrcit   ilniico |
;iin| lm wan li'inl.'iiK lu-r Imck to a Hfiit.i ���,     ,      .,--..,
1   ciiultl   did  ilimcl.lK.  i.'.u hln'l.  yoir.'.tt,'-!,r.1"�� l,llw   K��':4M.t��.
I'D  UKliCll, ,
.Vd,   sin-   lY'pHi''.    Tlii'lV  mo  jut;��;
Miilr-i' waj-fl of dylii;', llian lii'ltit; ti'aitip-
I.'il Id death.
you
.lolin- -Oitlj u uitJiiK-'iit, tit iiv,. until I
yihilsii HiIh Ki'iipcfrnii
Wlint W.ia It.
Pa, whM, is tlm nu'iiti'iifv of linviii-
iilstcacy'."
11   ,,,f,,,i"      t��.>���     "fin      'i   win     ��'l'o
itowIh iill  ilay'tuiil  tlii'ti Keen  lionn I
iiml Kli'Ks uiv \U-ti    lot'    liaii.iiil'.    nl'
nii-ilit- ���
Hlj Half
When Imt illvt iff w.'i;^ Kraiitftl a wo��
nian MilI<1 to tlio innti \vh,i |i:i,t ixv.n
Ii,'T liuiihiiiiil; u
Now, di'ar, r wi.tU'fo ho ���onorritiH, \
nm williiiK to let you haiv tlio hah*
h'lll' nf I lin   rl��nr��
(tood!  HahS hn.     Htih-ndlil'
1 rn, . in- 11 Mill ill, J.OII Ilia) l:;i\o llllll
HU;!it:i. ,      .   ' .
IF CATARRH KEEPS YOU HAWKING
USE "CATARRHOZONE"--THE QUICKEST'CURE
Sothim; Known   So Sure   for   Threat
Weakness,, Bronchial  Trouble,  Etc.
tor
What He Did
(1r.no,    I I.-hi lilm h ��� in it nl
tno f.iiy nif.ro.
iii it. i.i
No ih"'
a,  ;;'-ri'il'i"   <";,
I'llltlri   ' \('< I'.
ol,   Stoma.'h
1'iHili'il   hiMarci
lahcn afi'i'tl^ i
ittoinpii. today  lo Hire
���=���'  <n'   , 'ir'.rr1:   nr   K��-nj|.
\,y 'An- Jiii.Mlatidi.   JiiiUi-
doHliiiL';   h:'H   li. .-A    (li'-*-
II.-r liroihir-W.-ll, wimt did h" do? i,.,  r. iifh.':* Hi"
Ciacf- Tnntoal uni 0:,- Ji-.;��i!!
i.. ih-
ii' ol'
.-;   i-i   .i>,:ii   .o
-'���lnln.O h��� -iii-v-
ral.'-th.
A Novel Idea
1 finifi!
Ijofniiio an f.vlrior.
'I'm
A ���
���:'t   :>'!��� r-t.i   I--,-
r '.
ii ci.'i   . ftn'itiiyr.i
'o i'    |n*rt    f'..���
JlHHi!*   Mill   liu��ll(ltli.'    lillti"..      Kil|   tiiitl
And whon 1 finish my mmr \ slialKul/ with lu-allm: tinitloatoi'tii-- ami you
Jfolv*.   Ill'-   pi>!i! in.    No   tn o!>ii,iitloii
Why do /��.��. v.Ui' v.i iW/. jiihii ��laii-!f,f aatst.;.il.s \, Ko *;��:a-.-<,ij.f:j, %* Cut.
hot, liavlnf,' rtich . Iirtlliont fiitn^?     I arrho7.oi\o.      It  fort,In��  th.   iJcIjo*i
l.n >wti. ��� -     " -
Ono luval'i o�� C'ataulio/i.'jio lnt-:.\nr>
ly (.'il'fiil.iti-K ovor .ho aroa tl.'.t it uf.
I.1.''!' ll        .1 il    i ,n.... ii. in >.i' J     U    uo
.*��ii!it-- Ki.ifi'i'ai: ptopi. ;r. miciv���
"���' fia a-.,, i! . :;o,\ '. t-.y-.j u.m <t
dl.-i'iiM' J.; . iimntj. ri')il��'u' il ovor
��rrloio<b. ..j-.. hi n loinuly tint
('o'.irn lio t,i.i::it, Mi';t'\fi '(-ai/ojicjia,
eotio.blr,-; !,..,( |,,,, rioalh" |rr!latiug
plih |.',ui is cli-aiod out, iull.-i-.i^ii |;ro:i��
<'fA,i| ;n/..'.. iii |.-. .il- ���;. {, ���!.���. .,jjj
\"'. ���    .1U   -' vj'.wl'���. ;���..,'..
('ulaiitin/��it iw jia'asai.. .onl ft-
i.iin Vuii . v ailti." Cai,.i,'r,.i 'mil���-.
>ou diut'i liiKo'.;. lArso tt.iw h/u
is* piiaianic.'it; K.iiiUvr .'.Mr ftuc. nail
trial pI/c sr.o. al  i.ll aoakrs ovonp.
ur
A] fr*  ....jMA&iiu.fcteMKasBfifi  SasaS&S  ���������JfW'MBWS- OtfM������KRIiA������D?   BiH^^Ef> Cft)M>^a$fo  -. ,,'evUay the.  AA.n-i:>tfi*iand-  Company.  '-���������ill m}t bolt) i itself  ������������������ rho opinions of.oth-  )f:-"u- i!i,,it.B-.cohu1n.i"i,S5  ,'^C<  .. ---to umo.  IAOA.Y APltvS-.   19)4  :>���������"->)  &!<.  &Q320&  AY^Vl-j   TO-.TA.KK-A'Np.  C:"K '.VATKit.  ,i'"  fjTvaiv.tbat Esqui-  .'th  '-,.. i.uo LtniUay, nt Victoria,  -|. o y f r t. litcriw to take and  ,','.' gr.'.U/i'S pur .2-i lionrB, of water  '���������-���������.nts, Or of, ���������Ahiuli.tlnvH i*a. k  -.v dir c..;������i through NuwcaBtle  1 ; >. 1 nap i- r into Straits of Ge.or-  ��������� ; u-.'\. s -A-O't i.J Uij.yQuiili.uum  iii > -'.'titer wi'i he div rt-d ut '.'900-  . Lion lailw-y u-ul will be us-nl  ,. -. I rsi'v^ay i tt -\ws- a on tho jUnd  ���������",-{. .'Ii'lu'ay .iyylj,. of ,Wuy.   Thi-  :v ������o.-ioil fj.-v tt\'4..s;ou'.ic"������ ion . ihe  ;��������� - '" A ,,;���������:!. 1913.. Tho ar>r>licatv>i������  ti ;.-���������*��������� .i tl..; alU'jj i-f ,tl,-eAV\.t������T.lt^'-  ;.f. Vii .iiti-'  lj. V'.    Ob.'fto'.iouu may  Will'  sor< i  >:; : I--.1 v.-.h tlt������ aaiil A";.l-' A iUcovdor or  r\  '>' V.ie -J-'io.j''rol"ii-r i'f Wafer RiRhts,  . .ui-iifc i".u:idi,-"'i;'i5, *". ic'-ru B.C.  ���������'-yiAM-T A NANAMMO RAILWAY  " Applicaufc  11. K ' BEASLKY-  ',  ' ' ��������� Aw.iit  ,, 1' ��������� ������������������ -    :nv7  i.N Villi C. >i A i V  t Ui'Ri OF  NANAIMO IJOUDl-vN  AT CUMBERLAND.-  IN THE MATTER ol" Surah ElA  euor Tyson ik'cuaseil, intestate,  A&I).  IN THE MATTER of th������..'-Offi-  cial Administrators Act.'"'  TAKE NOTICE that-% order  of - His Honor - Judge Bai'koi-,  made tho 5th day of November,  1.3.1.},, I was appointed Administrator of tho Estato of thy nbovor  mentioned clitewu'ed, niid all pur-  tiea haviiio-. claims nprvin^t the,  ������;������d estatcai^ hereby refjuiiwl.to  Fiirnisli s:in>e, properly verified,  to nio-on or bd'ore tho loth day  Di-ce.n.-ft'', 1013. AND all parties indebted to <3aid osluto, aro,  veqnire.il to pay t'no ��������� amount of  their indebtednoss to mo forthwith.. .  ���������  Dated this llth day of Niovcm-  bor, 10.1 a..  W. Wksmjy Wirx.vyD,  i Qtiipiril Administrator,  Cumberland, E. C.  !  W[0  ir^  w  ���������"!    .    "..^v'.NCF. TO TAKH AND "  '��������� .M*" WaTIwC.  ��������� : ��������� -iv;v������ hereby ;.i';en that Esqni-  .: ��������� 'Aju.-iij-,(> "riaiiw'y, ef'Victirin,  . - 'A''.in;..-|'ijA,'J' alo.nwe tu take r.nd  -1 '.j iji-"J::������i;--na pv 2-i^i'i,.r8,.o������ water  .-" 3ar.iV. i.';-:tk, v.-i',..cU'i^*e iu a uor-  i-.i-'.y i'1 cc'-'oi ihr.o'ngh Ko'"Cc-:,Ao Dis-  ut av"J ,f implies iut) Dey B. y, near  ��������� jwe 1 O.eek.- Tno wat^r will hi d.ver  o ^' .".."ip" .������������������; treain i'f-.im Railwiy' aud  .i.i i u-ed l.)i Gtiu^ral linlv.'iy puipo ct  ^Tl"i*^Tl*ScTiij(RrTi^Llaiiw������y-Piiglxt-o!-  TVyp a >t'ee w-jh p-e'-.i-d on    the  $ac.nd.on-i������uo. S-il dy of April, 1913.  T.t.' tipv-ioitii'ii M'il) bs filed in the'ofiicb  of tl.o VV.,tor R-.cord'i;r..!it Yjctorji'j' B. 0.  '< iscliona.tn'iy b������, likd w.th the said  Water Reuort5or cr with tho ComptTollpr-.,  ������.f WjUt Bights, J.\ir"-'an>3ot Jlu.ldings,  ^ijiorii, BC-.  iV^UIMALT & NAWA.IMO RAILWAY  Applieaut  II.. B. BEASI^,Y  A^out  !ijill(i.{ aiy7  iN   THE," GOLIN'X.Y..  COURT  \  OF.NANAIMO, 11 OLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN THE' MATTER OF Daniel  Mngnn'"demised, intestate, who  ���������   died ai   CnnAxjrlainl, 1>. C.   on  ]niie25������.b. 10-13.  a>:d-' ,:  ���������IN THK A(ATTER.oftite   ^-Ulli-  cial' Administrators- Act."  '; TAKE NOTICE-that .>y'or-.  dor of His Honor Judge Barker,  niadtt the 5th day of Novcmbei",  U>t3,. I was appointed Administrate) r of tlie Estate of-, the aboye-  lne'ttioned deeeasetl,- aj.id ftlj parties, hnviiifi claims against lhc  said-estate ar������ hereby, req,uir������il to  ���������furnish "samo, proper.Iy veri?Hed, ���������  to ,me on or beforp the 13th of .De-  eeiuber. 1913. XN"0^U"lparTie5  indebted to sjiAI estato, ai-e ' required td'p<xy,the ainet.nt of tlioii  itidebtednefs-.to ine fcvrtliwit'i.  Dnted this, llth .dny of Novem-  l)er, 1013.  -       '-  W. Wjaiai{Y'W������.r..tBr.,  OIKuial Administv.uoi',  CmnberlHiifl, IA C.  If not, you had  T^Y SOPE     It's  Wholesome & Palatable  WATER NOTICE  F.OR-A..LT0BNCE. TO TAKE, .AND  HfSB WATKlt,  Off BRRUGHT at "Joe Walker's"  Ji<zux England-: Hotel, and in Bot-  ������-  O  ost Healthy   Beveridge   and; made  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  ! ���������  OAIT!'"-  , NOIICr/ ia Iiureby Riven tlv\t Kffi;i-  ������l������lt <fc   NMMtmo   Rivihvay of  Violorid',  II. CwiJ.l.iijpJy fcr a licoao to tiv'io nnA  *fC lOO-.OOO^fitloimipflr2-.t honrn, of wiiter  out el Hii'dt'Ot. Cie������'', which fjijvvs i.i a  ��������� o'therly ������lir*otioii t*0jr������jupr,|.  KelBon Dis-  trivt nccl ������mi><;iiH Laio H������yn������ yannil ticni  TuiVo RJtur,   Tho w it-.'.r will bo cliv������-t. A  if, llo^'-tipiUafiaialiic: fi'onv lltilwi.y and ^v 11- bi-.  iMffl (or (taaoral Ruirlv/ny parpoK?s on tl-.a  Ij-riil (fecwitwl to rf ilivny rif<ht of way'S'l-vj  ,i}i������iticfl vtw- poetod oh tl'.o- yroitnil Of \U.������  3y.iM*y of April, I('/I.!J'..  Tho appliiaii-o  w\i1 bo Wli.* io Vje,,i'iltcn of tlw Wtilor  Mj. ci������filer, ViolnriR���������B,i).   Olyoetiona-m:-y A,ti,  lyHlwl with tho Btt'dAVjlt-rHceordur oi iy.  A,v,h'bi C'tr-rtrolVr of Wiii-it KitfhK j  P;irJiftnonl II lililiuji", Viqtoi iu, H. O.        i l'"''t  ^QWM.UjT A NAVNAIMO-HAILWAY jf'T,.  AppUtWjt   ', l!;i'.  !-\. K.    BASLVV    A;r  A'J'-nt   ���������  -     _   _ _ ^.f     . ,.   j ������".''  COHJfTY C0U11T OF1   I AT.VO nftW>15N AT  )5tflll������JHLRl.i\NI>(' *        ,' ''  1$  TUJB.   ft-ATTBP. ^./.io. r.  ttiyit'KulsaltfiiHvn ������n'iW(in,HiT. ��������� :,  floi;inBiMl!, iu'oaintrt.  'v\,v ci11 ���������:.   ���������    i-n  Ucht I)hriil.oii .!'\dy Ti, IOIJj,  :^.t.HP:M5\ai<ri5it Ji}w"0in<' .  A^nwuwirolor- Act"  -^VKCN*OTr0K������!irit by   ������u\nr  ���������.''  It in Honor .ni'i'^i r.iAnvi',  ������.., A ,  t|ieotli rJiiyof   Cvovon.iiair, i A 2 ��������� A .'.  Iivt'iii njijioinlel    Ailmini'itriilo';:   ���������  ivf the latino ������f  Urn i������>iovc-i;i' ii- ���������  tjnne'l'Irwaeeil, iind nil ).,\m''--!'"  havvnn alai-nw. i>^uin-t \'-j   >������������������ ���������  f^lStf .ir������ lui;iiby mk^i'ti;;!"     :<  t\'u\i imrBo, prftjiorly ��������� vnrif' -y '.���������;  uie ofl- or be?.iro rb^i V.S h   .<.  DweirvKcr, 1 i>W.   AN 1> ������.'-1 ;/���������  ii������x i������<la>bt.A,lo. B.iiii fi'i'.i ,  jy������^iHrc.'ho r-ity. ft*-  nr.' : ������������������,   ���������   ' ���������  whlu  ���������*ay.|\V.I%������l.*rA,'.PX.af..'.r.-t%  (ifVtviolN^lr^iiiUtrfthir,'  'I  IN THr*:- COUNTY  '     NANAIMO-riOI.DES  1STII-E MATT.^n    I     .-  (Jopn...'!'. lilr-" bv.-'"';   '  John OV'-i'ii;-1"   ���������   -   -.  la-U',\.lu. 'A'*., .,���������_     -. '-.. r  ell, .Uiiji'..".  '��������� '.'.''���������..   i  2(,,"llA-;  ^uti^r ^pnttg  .^gjg^JJ^gjj^  irSECTJJCTJJ  . a,*  I  iNl'Ari!. ���������iiV'.i-T.  ,   ������������������ j,tf.,!i u-ti.'.i..;.-  TAKKA-Vi' V-  ' .- ���������' :,o.��������� ji.i'  . ���������: :'\r .r y -J ,<  ���������':    .,,i,.ut*s.e4  nvHi^iv a-r"    ���������  .  ���������irtft^.'.-.IP'   .'  ' ������������'���������''".' :.:Gjiii"  .  ;  ���������   I!  i,    i  -UH'  .",��������� Of  i ��������� '���������..  :���������;, J  of  IA,  ii;,r  .������. ���������'(*  ,oi'.  Anything you want  way yo'j want it.  and whatever  Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  L1STTKIWIKADS  H1I.MIKADS  KNVKI.Ol'iiS  l'AMrill.ICTS  CATALOWTKS  MKNIIS  JH.OTTIJIIS  I)OF)GE������S  i'OSTEUCJ  SHIPPING TAGS*  VISITING CAltDS  imsiNiesa cards  WEDDING STATIO'NEItY  JJAIJ, PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC., ETC.  iUff^rV^t  mrr  ���������HE CUMBERLAND  NEWS.  (I  V  ���������������/)  I  %  11  'H  in  (ft  11  ii  III ''*-���������:-*���������"  ;,'��������� *���������'.. .v _ f"-_.j,..(!���������., ,'���������'   -\:,.';t>  II    ' ���������������'  Ci -  .-#yA  s-.  .(THE-NEWS. pmCBEKL'AKD, K. C.   ���������  ������-.'  ���������w  ��������� ".- ..   ^^  moret ������  Frousseau;  r-ri  ��������� ���������  Where.She Got the.Money to ;  Pay For=lt... ;  By   MAHTHA COBB SANFORD.  Amorot was very excited. It was  fcer first long journey nlouo, ;������nd vast  nnd entrancing as her dreams wero of  thu delights of California, sho know  she should find even her dreams trau-  ���������cciulcd.  She loolc M hor stylish little lint and  handed it to the "portress."- as sho'  Mentally dubbed ligr. Then, with a  fushioii at her head atul another at tier  feet, sho settled back with a suus'c of  replete eomrort,  Itut when the sun, wlllfsijasl wink  of lils bright cyclopean eye, at length  disappeared behind the distant trees  Amoret turned hor attention aimlessly  to the pcopionbout her. An uninteresting and prosaic collection'was her unspoken verdictr save, for, a very evidently newly married'couple who were  tiio silly to he.eveir amusing. What  was there, Amorot mused, about a  honeymoon Uiat so invariably transformed oven the most sensible peo-  'plc Into such Insufferably sentimental  Idiots'," ��������� .   '  -  ,  '���������l.its' call to dlunnh!" announced the  dining car porter, swinging pompously  through the train. ���������'    ,    .,       ..  .Amorot opened her purse, in which  blio was carrying her miniature watch.  She-glanced at the timo and; then,  feminine fashion." boguii to Investigate  tho varied contents of her. pocket-  book. ' Suddenly she started, then,  growing very white, loaned back and  closed her eyes. :  Tlio '"serious and dignified" young  ��������� man across .the aisle hnd been watching her.    tie guessed what hnd happened. '      ' ���������"���������'���������"  flow could he'help her?'Could he  sisUo her to go into dinner with him?  Of course not.   Shod'sltirve before  she'd accept.   Woll.. ho." might as well  " dlno himself and think over the situation while ho did so." '-  As he rose, aurt'wanted ahead into  < the  dining  car  Amorot .opened   her  eyes." She stilled the impulse to jump  np and follow him.   .Ho was ,tlio only  .person in the car that she lilted the  looks  of., ,Ho   was  a  thoroughbred  from Up,to toe.   Hut there must-be  "   some other way out "of this awful pre-  ret appeared. ; She glanced up and  down the'car. ^evidently looking'^ foe  someone.' Suddenly seeing ltlcliard.  to his���������, utter astonishmeiit, she camo  straight ^toward, him.'-.    ���������..������������������'  "*Ift am  Miss' Ulanchard,"-. she said  without if suspicion of coquetry, for.'  (his was a purely-biisiiic^s transaction,  "I am going to lake advantage of your  kindness'to liip last night and ask an-,  other'favor." ������������������.':.,    . y     >  i "I am ploascd lo be of theAjlightost.  service," rcspouded.15ich.rd, with tit-  ting solemnity.'" .. ,  "i'ou see, I���������1"���������'" "Ainorct -slopped  short in confusion. . She hod thought  it: .-would be so easy! ,���������->-''"  - "Yes, I Unowvall about It," Richard  filled ln assurlngly. "Suppose w** ;,'o in  to breakfast together and talk .-.' over  there."   ���������       '                      '.-'''���������  "How do,you know all about UV"' inquired Amoret In astonishment.  "I'll tell you while we're at Droak-  fast. We'll havo to go right* In.  Thoy'ro .sounding tho last call,"  STREET IMSTERIES.  THROUGH FIRE FOR LOVE.   | CHEAP  OXYGEN  IN  SIGHT.  ,' WTiv Do London Men of One Business 4 Showing That There Are Times When  1,,.. .    Congregate? ,,. i  |' ; Undoubtedly one "of the most cur- J  ! lous 'features of London is the.man-  ��������� nor in which men engaged^ in parti"  ' cular businesses aud professions have  ! congregated; -for somo mysterious  ! reason, in certain streets' and areas.  j This peculiarity is recalled by-'tlio  suggestion that Harley Street, will,'  before long, cease to be tho abode  j ot doctors, on account of the fact that  j it iB becoming, in these days of mo-  j tors, too noisy, ��������� ...     '^  i     Where, should the doctors decide '  [ to desert - llarley   Street;   they will  move to, it is, of course, difficult to  say;-but it is almost safe to affirm  that when, they do migrate they will  j finally settle down again all together  j-iu- some quiet corner of the metro-  , polls.        " -    ���������  I There aro many Londoners who  '.still remember the time when London's chief doctors  congregated in  "Well, If you think"- Hut that's as-' tho neighborhood of Hnsbury Sqt aio.  far as Amorot got in her hesitation, which was deserted for liar leybjrcot  for l*lehard had Blurted' determinedly on ������ccol������\������' "'������ "l^JjLbSf?  ahead, and there was notl.Ingfor her. ^oJ  to do but to follow-that is. unlers she ������    Thcro* ar(J many other'curious in-  wauled to risk a second fainting spell.    glancCB   however, .of the manner In'  At breakfast, ltlcliard launched tha. wiiich professional and business men  Hock   together.   Tottenham    Court  Road, for .instance, is the great fur-  I niture thoroughfare   of" the metropolis, while Long AcreAs monopoli'f-  brilliant schopio of telegraphing back  tit her folks for more money.' Why, it  would reach her before she got to tho  end,of lho,jouruoy.  Hero was si complication that Amorot ' ed by motor-car firms and carriage"-  iitlrft counted on. Telegraph for more   builders.   Aviators have made Piccadilly {bo headquarters-of the-aero  j plane industry, in which, street thi  Aero Club and tho1 offices of '.'Thi  h  money!   Where on earth "did ho think  it would come from?  ���������'Well, you see 1 live nlouo ���������with my  aunt, who is quite an old lady," sho  explained, "and it would just, worry  her to death to"1 get a telograin'anyway,  let alouo a telegram saying'that I'd  the  Ae.ro Club and tno'otuccs ot '.'The  Aeroplane" are" situated, while film  manufacturers have congregated in  the immediate'neighborhood of Charing Cross.       -  Why is Hatton Garden the home of  lost my-money. She dldn t want mo i diamond merchants, and why do so  lo tako the journey alone in (ho lirst ' mmy music-hall artistes, insist on  place, and 1"���������  ���������       \ | living at Brixton? A stroll down-Hol-  ���������Of course wo won't telegraph,!hen," ��������� born reveals the fact that"it is a fav-  dioa incut. "She closed her eyes again.,  "'All* that she could think of was the  roll of-bills which sho had boon so  long saving for this very trip aud. which  she-know she had llmt very morning  placed In her pocket book.- rA  "When Richard -Mason relii-ned frora  (he dining car he found Amorot alone.  The rest of the passengers wore e.vt-  denUy" at . dinner.' .Now ,wits his  chance. He had thought up no brilliant, road, to bo sure, but the proper  words must como if ho could got up  sufficient nervo to speak. Hd cleared  his throat once, twice, hut tho silen'c*  remained otherwise unbroken.-  The train whizzed'on. I'l'ohnrd pretended to be reading Ills paper, but.  Ihe print might have boon Ugyptlan  hieroglyphics. Suddenly ho crushed  the sheet behind him nnd '".rued toward Amorot.  "Great heavens!" ho exclaimed nnd,  jumping up. caught-her In lils (inns  just ns sho fell forward fainting. He  rung tho porter's bell furiously.  "Get somo witter, quick," ho commanded,   "and  send  for  tho niaidl  , Don't loso n minuto!"  "Yafl'r; no, sail," responded the por.  tor and vanished with uuinetliltig aklu  <o the s|ieod nnd graco of a hurry call  ambulance.  Meanwhile Itlchnrd laid the girl gently down on the seat mid got n Husk of  brandy from his vallso. Whon tho  porter returned' with tho* water nnd  with tlio excltcu maid bringing up (ho  rear Aniort't had begun lo show slgnB  of consciousness.  "Hern. Snrali," ordered lllehard  (why Paruli he couldn't, have told fur  (ho lifo nf hlmi, "you tnko euro of her  while I go and get somo soup, Sho  ought to Imvo gone In to dinner sooner, liut������-liut sho didn't."  Amorot did not reluso Iho soup. Indeed, nlio didn't llilnl' to question  where It camo from'. She even nl-  lowed Sarnli to coitx hoi' Into eiitliig a  little chicken nud .'tflcnviinl to superintend the milking up ol' her berth,  "I'll inn ice It nil right with you In Iho  morning," Amorot iihsuiviI Iiit, "Vim  (.han't luso"- She htu|'ipi'il Miui't. tho  wholo miserable |>rcill<'iiiin.')it Kiiildeiily"  Maphlug over her again, tint Sural*  niid not noticed (ho liiti'rnipttnli.  "Vo*  liiislMiiid'H iilrt'inly  done  dat,  .loiioy." ���������  I'lio curtnlii!* wero .r.hut tight, 'ami  -Mrnli had guuo boforo Amuri't could  :et till courage to utlein|it an explniiit-  ilon,  "How Is sho now'/"Inquired lllclmrd  uMoiisiy.  ���������'UU, Kho's Jos' good as now, Nil hi  "..li'll tah' d.'so UT Rpdl.i mo' riiimly  i-lion you'vo been inn'lnl mo' coiillnu-  uts hiU'."   And. with ii friendly smlio,  tnnkly after lior.  I lore was a (-Ituntloii!  rn tho morning tho poiter'H "flrHtcnll  ������ breakfast" rang cheerfully llirougli  i.u cnr.   Amoret lioaril nud tried to  irgot as nlio went on with her splrlt-  "H proee-Bg iif dro-'Hiiig.  rtlchnrd Iieard and ronll'/.ert.llint tie  ���������.ijpt lake Uio bull by the ImrirJ    In  llior.wnrdu, ho nmxt lirapo hlnmelf to  .IK'.ilt t'������ tlu������ young indy In dUtrts*  id offer tier ncnlstaiKc.  broke in'ltlcliard brusquely. "Voujuafc  let' me back you till you get to San  Diego.   By the way," who aro. your  friends thero?  Maybe I know them."  "Oh, unothor aunt, sister of'tho.oha'  I live with, and her husband, Mr. Manchester." ���������'��������� , j |  "Daniel Manchester, tho;lawyer?"    A  "Yes. Do you.know him?*' !  "Very well.,though l'vo never met  his family.'''         ' I  "'isn't that providential?" sighed Am- '  orcr.. "Then that makes, it all right for  mo to'aslc.a favor of you, doesn't it?"'  -"Yes,.of course.. At least It was-all  right anyway. And, say. we'll keep oii  taking our meals^together, won't we?-  Do say yes.'!    "                A *   '  Amoret lowered her eyes, bit her lip  to keep back ,1 be laughter, that was  ready (o bubble oyer and I lieu glanced  up at.'Jtiehurd nilscuicvously.  ���������^!-supi}ose-l-mny-as-we!h"-she-nd--  milted, 'laughing   softly.   '.'You 'see,-  Surah thinks"���������lio knew what Sarah  thought, but ho was'dotermlncd'slio  should  say ,t!io  words-r"wel!.  Sarah  ��������� thinks you're iny liusbuiid!'! .  "Sarah may bo sunu'lliing'of.. a;  prophetess," ltiehard ventured and  then'held his breath, surprised at hl3  own daring. ..   >  ������.       *       *       *       *      ,*'       *  And that's exactly \v.h:it Sarah proved to be, for two months later"Dick  and Amoret woro'taking thoir honey-  orlto street,for tho show-rooms of bicycle manufacturers, while there are  probalily moro typewriting firms   In  Queen Victoria street than any other  street, .in   the .metropolis.    Gerrard"  street, Rupert street, and some of the  other streets in Soho appear attractive to'tho cinema trade, and many-  private theatres', are found in that(  classic neighboihood.  Hat manufacturers seem to have-  a great liking for Dlackfriars "Road,  ���������while Willcsden can probably boast  of more laundry'firms than any other  district in' Loudon. Mos" of .the  builders arc in WV dew'orth, the bootmakers and cabhict-makers in Beth-,  ual .Green, tanners- in "Oermondsey,,  potters in Lambeth, bre\vers'v and  printers in Southwar'c.    ,'  floxtoirseems to be the,home of  jam manufacturers,.and lloundsditch  ,that'of toy dealers, whilo Clcrkcn-  jv-QH_Jtoad-Js_theigr-eat-centre-of-ice-  cream merchan'.s,." makers of street  organs, and mosaic' -floor makers.  Charing Gross Road Is a street of  bookshops, and Fleet street tlio hub  of tho newspaper world.  It's Better, to Write Than Talk,  Prior to tho epoch making inouioat '  Avlien his.lovo triumphed over bis native  bushrulnoga young  Mr.   AsUaw*  would, havo maintained against any  odds thai (ho liardest thing in life was  to propose'to (he girl you worshiped. -  Afterward, however, ho decided that  the proposal was simply.A'hild's piny  compared to askiug (he consent of his ,  father-in-law elect,/although that������es-  tininbie old geullemau  was a great,  friend.      ���������* ��������� , ;.       ?   ,'  Flushed with success with (liedaughter, ho felti'lilled with the spirit of :i  hundred conquerors and recklessly insisted upon seeing the father at onco.1  Hut upon reaching tho library tlie  spirit of the hundred conquerors suddenly evaporated and left- hfm with  palo face und trembling knees ami,  chaotic mind.  "I-or-eiA" ho stammered itisulll-  c Ion Uy.  "Indeed!" observed tho old 'gentle-  iniiu, chiK'kliug. ''Thou.you're nouior*  than htiuian,"  "Ah, ha!" gasped Mr. Asknm hyster  ically, pretending a hilarity lio was far;  far from' feeling'.       ��������� (  "How is your mother?" asked Iho  old geulloman. after an awkward  pause, with the kindly intention of set-  ��������� tl rig his oallor nt rest. ���������.    >      ���������  ,  "I lovo her.-I���������I passionately ndoro  her.  Sho���������she has promised to-marry.-  '���������'uio' if you  consent,"  announced 'Mr,  "' Askaurin a wild burst of eloquence.  "What! 'Your motherV" cried the old  geutlemaii, aghast.  "No,, no," explained (ho thorough!,;  confused Mr. Asknm. "Yours."   .,  "My mother! Are you erazy?" demanded the old gentleman, excitedly.  "I shall bo In a minute.v> moaned tho  wretched Mr. Askani.' "Sir." ho continued, the words fallitig, slowly and  cautiously from his agitated" lips. "I���������'  camo���������hero���������to ask���������your���������consent��������� t)  marry-me."  "Uh?" cried tho old gentleman.  "1*11���������1*11 write it!" shouted the,-mi-  happy Mr. Askam. struck by a happy  thought as he burst madly out of tlio  room. And in, that way matters Ayeni  at last straightened to every one's sat-  ��������� isfnetion.���������Philadelphia Ledger.  To  Develop   Writers. '  A remarkable club   for   -jvorkinh '  women has just been started in London, in'connection with tho'new I3ebel  House   Working   Women's   College. ,  The club is known as tho 13ebel Houao. L������  Rebel Pen Club, and was founded by |  Miss Ethel Carnie, a Lancashire mill  .,   A Case For Sympathy. ���������  ' Sho was angry, and her face reveal-'  cd tho fact. A ���������    ���������  "What is the matter, dear?" said hei '  husband,as be entered the kitchen.  ' "You see that?" ������.slio ..replied ���������' vehemently, as. she raised a mixing bow",  in which she had just brokeu an egg  "That is the second bad egg .1 have-  found "today.   I believe Jim  Kletchei  jjG(ips_a.lUtbe-liadjoiics_hc^gots_Si.-hii-  bld store for me!"  "Well, y'on shouldn't..gel-tuigry"'nliou!  it, Nellie." said' her* husband soberly,  "Tori.ought lo have more sympathy."'  '.'Sympathy!" slio echoed.. "What do  you mean? Sympathy for Jim Kletcli  or?"" *       ...A"  "No.   for   tho   eggs."   ho   replied  Wo May Yet Afford to Bum Coal In It   '  i      ' Instead of tn Air.  Oxygen litis suddenly become one of,  tbo most likely ������uicans<- of Improving ���������  .people's comfort,   it Is predicted even  that It is abutit lo follow tho history  of petroleum, jumping suddenly from  ��������� it rarity and curiosity to general use,  on salo everywhere by tho can. IV  troieum camo into general use when'  ��������� It was discovered that thero \yere vast ���������  supplies  of It  that could   easily  bo -  lapped.  Of lalo years it is being founit  easier and easier to "tap tbo vast sup'- ���������  plies of osygou in the uir.   Frederick  Soildy,, (ho noted authority on radium,  is'inclined to believe the lime is com-  iing when coal will be'lmrnod in oxjw  gon Instead of In air tu order to got  'more  beat nt' I"ss- expense,  so  that  when a man orders twenty Ions of  ' coal for. the winter supply of his fur-  iiaccs be will order a number of tanks  of oxygen to go with it  i  The rapid liiiprovcnir-iil of machines  to tako'oxygen from Ihe air and water  is rcsiionsiblo for the attention that, is  being given now  lo this subject  by  scientists a nil Inventors. ..The modern  lht'UiTids of getting oxygon are to mako  liquid nlr'aud (hen turn Iho liquid air  Into oxygen and nitrogen ������r������ by using  " electricity to (nru water Into oxygen  nud hydrogen.   So-much hydrogen is  now being used tu various Industries  ,  to harden oils that great quantities of  oxygen nre being formed as a byprod-  ��������� net.    At present there Is no use for  " ninst of >\ his oxygen, so It Is wasted.  This in Itself is serving tQ tu-n attention to tbo utilization of oxygen.  .Mr. Soddy ha3 pointed out that even  al Hie present price of oxygen made  Jn Ilio big liquid air plants it is almost  economical lo burn "oal iu pure oxygen, for the-burning of,, coal In air  means tbo loss of much heat from tho  tintiocose.'U'y healing of the nitrogen,  ���������which goes with tbo oxygen in tho air.  but does not lielj) the burning. Large  plants making liquid air can now produce oxygen at a cost of about a third  of a cent per cubic yard, and tho process will probably be greatly cheapened  in fho course of time as it Is developed by study aud experience. Cheap  oxvgen is likely to Iind other uses not  thought of now. for.there are many  men busy' hiak'ng experiments along  this line.-Saturday,Evening Post  PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.  Sly on the Eye.  . 'A sty id caused by" inflammation of a sebaceous gland of tlio  eyelid.   Frequent bathing with  . camoinilo water is a good pre-,  vontive.   When   a ' lit lio   head  forms it should be opened care  - fully with u sterilized needle and  Iho eouteuts gently pressed out.  Then bathe trie Ud gently with  a solution of boric acid, tifteen  grains of the acid to tho "ounce  of distilled water. The di"t  should bo nourishing but- plain.  No highly seasoned or .spiced  foods should bo eaten.  BAVARIA'S MAO KING.  "Think how long they must have been  tryln' to bo good."���������Lfppinoott's.  ������������������     All Is Fish to the Net.  "Catch   anything   while   you  were  moon trip from San  Diego buck to   girl, who has published two volumes  .away on youf vacation?"  "A,' of verso and Borao. delightful fairy     ��������� "Suro  1   did.,   It   weighed  twenty  Iloston  "Do you know, dear," "announced  Amoret, "you rife exactly what f  thought;" you'd bo'under similar ch>  oumstutices tho lirst night I saw you."  "What do you moan, A morel?   Aro  you admitting thut you' loved me at  first sight?"   ,.  A morel's nose tilted up scornfully.  "Don't (latter yourself.   You may not  hnvo'noticed, lint thoro were a b'rldo  and groom In tho car tiding perfectly  silly. And as I looked tit you I thought   borer,  that,  serious  and  dignified  as  you  wore, you'd probably lie just as silly If  yon were married, and you lire; Dick,  "Everybody's watching you."  Richard went oil' Into a spasm ot  mini).  "Amoret." he said suddenly, "l'vo  got iho greatest idea., You roiuombei.'  tlint money you lost?" Amoret shrug-  god her .shoulders. Why shouldn't slia  remember it? "Suppos-o wo send II us  a wedding fee to Sarah. She's llm onii  who really marrluil us, you know,"  "How can \yo when I lost It.?" queried Amoi'of, tensing lilm,  "Oh, you know what I menu, sweetheart!"  Amorot didn't answer, IiisleuiJ, sho  turned her heml nwiiy. ltlcliard  wtitcheil her curiously, walling an us.  pliinntlon,  Suddenly sho faced lilm, looking nt  lilm In a hull" h'lghtcni'il. hair mischievous way through her blushes.  "I didn't lose the money after nil,  Hick. I found It I lie very next dny in  iiuoiher purl of my pocketbuok. It  wns alter wo had hrwn'-'fnxt together,  und I-I didn't tell you. Ho Iheie win  really no reason, you see, for our getting married ut nil. don rot. except���������  except thiit-I spent Ilio money ou my  ll'OUKKI'llll,"  tales. Tho object of the club Is to  help working women, who have talent  for writing. At the present time thero  aro twenty-live members, among  whom are a London cook who writes  excellent verso, a general servant who  has submitted a promising sketch in  dialogue, and a young married woman of tho working class who haa.  written several short stores reflecting,  with eonsidcrablo .dramatic power,  ihe struggles of tho agricultural  la-  elght"pounds:"-Yon catch anything?"  ".nilduih.' 'I 'tftld run I would. She  weighs 1,10 pouiid&yiwl her dad'* worth  hull' ii street railway company, aiielec<  Ivlc lighting .limit ami two breweries."  -St. Louis Republic.  Young Dramatist I "cad.  Tho untimely death of Mr. Stan-  ley Houghton, tho brilliant author  ot "lllndle Wakes," has removed one  of tho moBt, promising of the school  of young dramatists. Mr. Houghton  was only thirty-two years of ago at  tho tlnicof bin death, and first din-  tlngulshod himself as dramatic critic  and reviewer of Tlio Manchester  Guard Ian, Fame ultimately camo to  him from his remarkable study ol  Lancashire life in "Ulndlo Wakoa,"  a play from which ho is nald to havo  gained. ������20,000. Oilier plays of hiu  wero "Tbo Dear Departed," "Pearls,"  ��������� i'niKl the People," and "Tho Perfect Cure."  Yes���������How?  ,"I never can luillevu a word that ivo-  nutn siiys.", "  "It'n rather funny. She said tho same  thing nbout you yesterday."  "That's just llko her, How can von  Imvo coulldeiico in.any one who (alky  about iinut Dor behind her back/'-CI:.,  cngo Rcconl'llonild.y  If Ner.eRtiary.  -4L  .Miner llowni'ded,  A medal for bravery In recognition of Ills gallant action In Having  u fellow-work man In great peril ut  tho Itosn Deep Mine, .lolianiicHburg,  waa presented recently, by Lord  liludBtono, governor-general, lo *  minor mimed Clote, In iIn* courso  of a Mpeoeh, tlm president of thfl  Chamber of Mines, mentioned tha  fact that n commllteo wan Hitting,  comported of jvprosimtaiiv-s of mint*  directors, conflitlllng rnglncnrs and  nilno inuniigt'M, to devlto measurci  with n view to minimizing tho rink  of accident!*",  Otto, ths Deposed Monarch, Has Had  a Melancholy Career.  Otto, king of liavaria,'who has been  'snperse'lod  by  the succession'.of the  i)rinf'o rcge'nt, reigned over" his king-  "dum for twenty-seven years.   He camo  to tho throne, i-' .June. lsSiJ, when his  brother. Ludwig II., ln a paroxysm of ,  madness drowued himself and tho attendant who attempted to rescue him.  Otto was then' already  timd. but the -  crown was lils, though he has spent  ids rei'-n In (ho necessary seclusion of  Fuerstonrled castle. Ills hair and beard  Jiiivu grown long "aud white, but his  great limbs and body still retain all  their gigantic strength. .For nino days  out of ton (he king see js deaf, blind  nnd dumb, lost lu a brooding melancholy,   '1 un occasionally, bis memory  returns, only to bo speedily lost nguln.  Otto suffered In bis childhood .from  tho  ui'tmlunced   temperament  of  his  brother, afterward Ludwig  11., in a  way  that cannot  havo strengthened  lus   naturally" weak   mlud.     Amoug  niruy Incidents tho most serious was,,  ono nt Uerctitosgudoii, In ISfiT, when  Jjiidwlg was twolvo years old. A court  otllclul came upon tlie younger boy lying bound nud gugged upon' tho grass,  wiilie   Ludwig   was  tightly   twisting  Willi u piece of stick tho ends of tiio  pu'ket handkerchief tied around  his  throat.  Otto, who was In a fainting condition, was promptly rosi'ipd, though  Luilwlg violently resisted, furiously  exclaiming: "This Is no business of  yours; this'Is my vassal, and ho has  dared to i'uhIsi my will. Uo must bo  executed !"-t'liK'.'igo News.  WE DO. LOVE DIAMONDS!  Half of the World's Known Product  Owned in This Country.  Diamond importations into the Ui.it-  ed States, made IhelrAiighest record in  the calendar year l!)i:!.   The value ot  diamonds'and  oilier  precious'stones.  Imported during the current year will  approximate .frM.'XM'.OM, this being Iho   ���������  first occasion oii which the total lias  crossed tho $50,<mo.noo, tine.   Twenty  years ago. according to the fllllelai lis-  ures of the bureau of foreign and domestic commerce, department of commerce, tho total Imports or diamonds  and other precious stones--were- but'  Sl'l.OOO.iWO. in U'U3 if-.'S.OOO.OOl) aiid In  1918   approximately   ">."7.000.000." tills  estimate being based up������n the known ���������  figures Un' tho nine months ended''wilU  September, which arc .10 per cent. In'-  excess of the highest record Heretofore  made. -These totals necessarily include  imitations, of precious stones,  which  now form about 2 per cent of the to'-.-  tal.  but wero not separately  shown  prior to 1912. * '       '"'  The people of tho United States are .  the world's largest Importers of diamonds for permanent ownership, and  thoy,  according  to  a  statement   by  George IA Kunz In the "rlncyelopedia  Americana," own prirrtically halt\ha-  diamonds of tho  world.    The state-1  uient In question, published in 1903,  estimated tlio value of all diamonds,  , known to exist'in the .world at that  time at S1,000.000.001) and added that  i about   Sno0.000.000   worth   was   then  owned In tlio United States aud that'  j-"therefore it may safely be said that  one-half of all the diamonds known  '.-ire owned in tlie United States."   Tha  importations   of   diamonds   iuto   tlio,  United States subsequent to t.bnt date  amount to over ���������'foOO.i 100,000, making  tli e_ _to laL s t^c^oj^diiinio ptis^i n_the.  United States at the present time approximately ijTijO.OOO.OOO.  ���������  ���������  "*    ������ ''^^^l  ���������..-,  .  ��������� -  Hi ^H  ���������  ^ fjLjk 9  ���������  ���������' ' JnOaM  1  toapt  9  ���������  '������:  ��������� <  ���������'  '-' wg  ���������  ���������  ���������  ��������� m\  ���������  ���������  '.   "���������-..Ilteet  ��������� ���������  ���������  ���������������   '���������  ���������  ��������� m  ���������  1 -���������  ���������  H1  e  -JI  ���������  ���������   [ ���������"' 1  *'  r ��������� ��������� ���������  0 -  ")N'I.  ck-ui"  ;" ;-t.  *'!i"iAI  y'ovk!  ;Oi F  ' mo"*  if-'  ! c.'iCJ  JVHI-'JJ  ������". )���������'  beiliJ  cut .1  |cp������|  'ceil'  r.mlj  il'.ou  .VA  COST OF THE ,B!G CANAL.  Toft's Ookl Medal.  . In   Washington   iho   state   department I'lislmlhiii is keeping guard ovor  it gold mednl pending the timo when  The Great' Work Played Havoc With  tho Original Estimate,  When the Panama canal.is complete  it will hnvo cost Uncle Sam a total of  $37">.0O0,O0O. ���������  De I.esscps reckoned In 1S79 that a  lido leyel canal twenty-eight feet deep  would.cost only $1!'1,000,000 and could  .boo built In seven or'eight years. Including a   ship  tunnel   through   tho  mountains which were supposed to exist, but In 1S87 his estimate was $3">1,-  000.000 and twenty years for n fifteen ������������������'  foot lock canal,   liy'Iho end of 1SSS tho '  work was scarcely two-ilftliK dono and  nearly, SUOO.oiki.OOO  had  been   spent, '  wasted and stolen. The now technical  committee after tho crash estimated  (hat tho canal could be finished in ton  years for $100,000,000.  Anierienn estimates have also varied.  The third canal commission In 11W0  thought a co un I could bo built for  ?l'L������,;M2.r)70 - admirable- oxuctltudel - ,  apart from tho cost of securing tlio ���������  land, which would be so great as to bo  prohibitive.   Tho Spooncr bill, under  whh'h Iho cnnal Is being constructed,  appropriated not moro than SMJi.OOO,-,  000 for the entire work.  The I'ltiuiiiin canal, ns now completed, Is of coiii'mo vastly deeper, wider, ���������  moro commodious and moro suil'Mini-  tlnl than was over dreamed of whon  the work was begun. When Ibis enlargement of Un plan Is considered tho  Inci'en^e In cost Aor-n not hcciu ex-es-  slvo," and (ho lliiniicltil iisdccIm of tho  ���������   .n io'  a    ������    .vit  '���������'. jcwCii  'iLieicI  s     _  ���������  f*  : c fiii  lUll  m  1A1113  iiftiatl  ' *��������� ' ft**1  aa?MJt,  Hi  J'oruiur President Tnri can receive It.  The medal was prenented In lilm by | enterprise may bo com pa red favorably  thi' Itallnu govoriinioul for his y.eiil III     wlth   lis  etigineerliig  iicliiuvemeiitH.-  PRAOTWAI   HFALTH  HINT.  .    ii  Chapped Lips.  An excebeut Up wilvo for ordinary use l������ the old fa.slilnned  cnmphoi' Ice.    Uiiceiin should  not bo nsod In nny enso   It ban  UlUgU'ill .01 '.OnllU>  H'l Vl.ill'l '.una  Is loo dryluB, whilo the camphor  lco U cooling nnd healing. In  oggraviiled i';ini>j������, after itpplylm,'  tho inttor for two or three nlglit.i  I'bnngo to tho vimollno tieiituieiil  and then. Imvlng." reclaimed the  Him ko lliey hare nnsiimed their  original Kmootlmess nnd (Inn-  iiox<.. keep litem In goid condb  lion by drylnir them properly  and by tceping tho tonguu away  from them  a>  *  ������  a>  a>  , Iind to Turn Out.  An iiniinual incident occurred at  West Hnrilopool reccniiy during ih������  chit.- thiirib i>uru.l<. T!j'.' M-.j <-. Vi  proecuBlon was junl enlerlng Clirlfit  Church, when a fire alarm wtia roceivod. Tho liro brigado and police  .promptly detached themselves from  the proceualotl. and u llltlo Ut������'r tho  joriiior were engugco m iiiieiiing an  outbreak In tho bnnemeut of Wesley  Church. A iiorvicc wuh in progreflH  v/luMi tlm liro broke out, and tho  Hiuoko lining iho building tho congregation wore dlRinlsKPil.  Ilutihowhes Tulle.  I     A liouHowlves' urilnn la h'lng for"'  Ud   ll)   AUllilllllil.      ItH   lllUill   tli))t'('t   Ih  to Hocuro, hy leglsiatlvo enactment,  Ihe Institution of nn Hrht-liour dny  lor ItousewlvoH, nnd a good deal ll  , hoard of iho old taylng that "'������ *���������*  "Shiill I tako u littlo of the ends of, I  your Imlr off, sir?" |  "Vch, unless you can get It out iij j  Ihe   inlildle."--St.   Louis  (Jlohe-Peui* ���������  crat.    Undfserved Honors,  ' "I wns rnflior ombiirriisseil,'' iho nm  nlour hunter confessed.  "W!i.i - '."  "When 1 ;"it tinci: to f������tti,p -if 1 m- on  first ih\y out tho fellowa greeted me by  sliigiug 'Siy, the (.'oiii|iierliig llei\)  Comes.' Ami nil I find done wim shoot  off my guldo'H left oar."-Clili.'iiB*.)|iile<*.  iird-llernid.  I A Rclio,  <    "MlKB Plain li* an awfully old fnih  loued girl,1' remarked Uie old foiry.  |,    "Sho mini In," replied the wlno gn.T,  i "Why, ������bo ���������uiys 'omit' In'Mcnd of \%1  - U out-"* "���������CJliu Iiiimtl Kn julier,  la th# conrt0 of iia:f nn hour Amo- ( ������*������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ * mm'* work '��������� "*v*r '^nt-"  A DltitUr.  "I tuoiiRht Hint frlenl of yonni mi  trolmi to for.k up ������ good nctlfnip"  "Po did I. tint poon found the fn������ ru  Is tlio flr������"-Ti(,mmora American.  Bending hi'ip to tho e.ii'lhipinku MilTer-  oi'M in Unto. The former president, al-  though ho Is u iirot'iwur til. Yule university, In not In tho government seimo  n pi'lvnio citizen, fur ho holds iho  eliiilrmiiiiHhlp of tho commission cm-  ii tod liy congress to adopt phini for  Ihe Lincoln nieiiioi'liil. When Ids work  on Iho ci>iiimi������i|oii Ih ended 'ho cnu  writo to tho suite ilepilltmeiil uud l'u-  ceivir the modal.-Chicago .N'uwa.  King'* Son as PorUr.  A Moll kimwii Pnrls cafe Iiiih for Hh  fioi'li'i* the noli ������������f n king, lie Im OiiI-  lu-l-o llehiliu'lii. fho sen of King Clo  file nud kid her of Hint dm-ky moil-  *Hr<'li nl' Diilimiioy who gave I'niii.'i; a  Kri'.it deiil ������������r tioDbio.   Prliice lichiin-  , / '. - i    i".���������> >'���������'   -,������������������������������ "- -" *'  cn-JtiMiiei'", l������ ihlviy!*-!'''!'!! vu'i" ^f v/e  nud litis had a dlslliigitlKhed military  1,'iircer lie bus taken part In twenty-  eight caiupiiL'iM. was Korlously wounded in three bn!fie!*, mentioned thirteen  . finio-i in ilNpii tche* it ml gal mil Ihw  , military medal and eleven decorations.  | Oil Up" th������ Witero,  1 Tlm modern world U rmllHenvorlniT  (In. device* of poni'Iim oil upon tho  waveN, which, noliolnrs toll hi, w������n  known to Arl't'ifl" am! prnrfMr.! fty  I'llny. ,1'rofpRror Hay |jiul:'*t<>r nnyn  thnt '"I'ftin.'.n n o,':",ntlfy r\n n ftnt nn  hour \n jEttt3"i"W:*>t to ������wuro it kom of  cntm round a ������hlp. ������'* Hint tinnM cnu  lio Inuncliwl in ���������nfrty. It i������ nnt \m>  prohnh!,*- ������h*t oil will lie einlitl for  thli Durpott htrMfttK  New York,Tribune.  M  man  An Extr.ivncj.inl Dotj  Cloiuenceiiii,  the  IVench ,s(nln������'  owns ii hirgo nnd tierce mtistllT  wIioho hiiblt it is from lime I" timo In  make,  long  osciirilous   Inio  oiiiiyinji  piit't.i of PnrlH.   When he Is 11 red thi  dog will Jump Into a horse cub nud  Kit there growling and  Knowing lib  tenth If llm cabman nllompirt lo re  move lilm.   Seeing tho nmno und nd  dross of M. Ch-'incuceail engraved uu  tho dog'H collar,  lint cnbituiii  llmdlj  drives Iho dog homo,   lu (bis wny M  Clemcnceaij has' hnd sovornl lung firer.  to pny.-Ijondou Tit-Kim.  Model* of Werldino PrnienU.  .< ���������,    ..: ... !.... :  ;..:������������������ ;..^-J  rl voni-.'t '.vwiriin.'j Iii I'-ii'i." M'tdti  (lire i'i,proiliiet|iiil'������ or the pn-mMil- thill  aro too big to be Hhown nl ihe reception ar*������ placed uinoiig the oilier gills,  At n recent reception Ihoro wero thus  n ilnv mrrtor'Tir. an nccuniii' model of  n vllln, which Iind been presented to  tlm bride nnd bridegroom, nnd a doll-  cntu reproduction of n grand ptnno.  Th* Pnvtioo Elmi.  Old Englnrxl will t*y!npntIilro with  Xtw r.r.Kh.r.tt In t'.c tn������'.cr''.i sirw*  ot������������r Ihe deterlornlloii of Iho flni. In  niiK'..".i.d the elm. wlili-li In us old V  I tho Koninn, 1������ dylntf of nfr.lle dect;.  j nnd It U b������'lnR Wirt thnt n^d ho lm  i pnrM ������A ���������iiT.'fO'iiill" ������-1m*(Mf# '.tint. tli������  'i tnnro rigoroui foreign ito^W.-Chl^  i THbuM v-C'
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��� ���'. . .uiiciav the
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Company.
not. lipid; itself
��.N  i"uK Cm A i V  t Ol i<.i
n:\naimo i]()ldi-;n
at cumberland.
IN THU MATTER of Surah
enor Tyson deceased, intostate,
AND
��� 'Vr tr.o opinions ofoU)-
..jfi'-iir in,,it.6, col 111*1 nt?
to timo.'     -��   ,
IN TilE"MATTER of tho
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11
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jo?-.
-.lADAY APR,. 8,   10J-1
��� rAR,H,<yries,,
1 ��� "i:Ni*K TO":TaKB-AWO
c:k avavKi";.; '
'   1   ���   li>"-h.' tftvAtv that Esrjub
'.*,' iii-c. Ktiil,*ay, ,of   Victoria,
. 'I      j.;, f v fi lii-er-on to take nud
>...',')   gii'.b/*:!' VVr!^ hmirs), of wuter
���   1 Jtnu; Or'0*',   whioh.IbwH ii.. ��
>." dir cjioii   through   "Ngwcastli'
������ ... l nop i k int<> Straits of Geor-
..  ',(,,.'l..n wo't  <���!  Uif*  Qutiliuuii
.   I'ii�� water wi'i he div' rt-d nt tiGOO"
.1' fi.i'n   lailw-y nnd Mill ba uhmI
. \ I railway 1 u.-pt'S 0 on tho Lrirl
A 11 f.'Ulwa'y I*^yl.\,of Wny.   Tlii-
.a   ;>o,-.teil on thn..g;oti.'.id ,on , Uie
! ;������''A ,,;>!. 1013.     'ih�� aoplioali-ii.
1 ���. li.-.5 ... f.'-A '.ilU^ ef.tl.eAyv'T.Ui'-
��� ::,'. \"u Ji,ii,>, il. (J.    Obj!i0liou8 may
Mwiii thc.-'iaiil U'.ilir  iUoordor er
U.e'fJ.MfijOrollLr i.f Wii��er RifjliiH,
,ir>-i:fc !'U!.-fli-t;<i, \ic'.-riv  B.C.
���'J-iliil-T & NA>AUMA RAILWAY
. ��� ' Applicaut
li, E   ilRASl-VA ���
'   ���������' AfifiJit
���'     :ny~i
cial Administrators Act,""
TAIvE NOTICE Unit, by order
of His Honor Judge IJi.rk.-T,
mtulo tho Otli day  of   Novoi>ihor,
��� |li>JL3,, I w��s appointed Adminis-
tmtor of 1 lio Estuto of, tho nbovcv
mentioned ditcwaPod, nnd nil pur-
lies buying claimj" ""gainst the,
ftiviii ostalo nr*\ hoivby lvquirod to
Furnish s:ii)>o. pi'ojwrly vovifiod.
to nio on or before tlm 1 iitli day
iWrnhcr, 19ia. AND nil pai>
titiB. iudeb.U'd to 311 id ostato, aro,
rerjutfcd to jwiy tlio amount of
Their indobtodness to \\w forthwith.
Dated this lUli day of November, lU.lii..
' AV. Wrsr-KY Wuxari:),
; Qfiifjial, AclininiptriUoi',
, aJnin.borltuid, li. C,
A
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:.*���<:>! CIS TO TAK.K AND
*-".-: I-' "WaTI'lv,.
��� = ���' ;v;vs hereby vi!;cu that Esqi!*-
.... ��� I"wu,.iu;<> FjailW'y, of��� Vic'...-rin,
i .'��� '.���:'.'cinnji'r a]o.noe t-j f.n'kc find
:>. ' ij. .Ji"'3::*il"iis pv Sl^H'iu-B, ol water
.>-, ..-" iAiiir- '.';oi-k, v.-,i.c]i-;lP;VS in a nor-
���'.;-,';-ly c'1 v,-ct"'o'!   '.h:;oiigh "No��-cu'>*lo-Die-
:ji h'1'1 t iT��(��iie8"'iol) D"0-.) B. y, near
'���������-"swrt 1 O.eek.- Tito'wutii will b; d'.ver
! t; >f 2!jp" .���% tropin ir.iiii, Uuilv/jy and
vs.jll ' ���; r.-td foi Gsuiral Itnlwiy pmpo ct
"*Tri^la"TO"rteeciibod-tt^-Kailwii}'^
\V,-,. ,Tb'S Ji-'tico Vf-ej p-.��V.'(l ou the
^o;nd.on,-,tho. Sal d y uf! Apiil, '1913.
T.v.' r.pv*!(iatit>B wH) by iiltfd in the'office
of tho W..tor R-.con.lcr,.r,t. Yiotorit, B. 0..
Q'iset.'ons . triiy be, lilfd vv.th the snid
���Witter Reoortlor t r with tho Comptroller
kI Wjt��-r BiglilH, LVlian-.-tmt Ilii'.ldings,
Micron" \, Ji 0.
i^UIM ALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY
Applicant
il, H. BEASLUY
ApfpUt
'jjillfrj- my"
(N   THE.' COtJNT.Y,  COUliT
.';   OF.NANAIMO, OOLI'EN
1       ATGOMIiEUTiAND,
IN THE WATTEU OF Daniel
MngfinAU'cptised, iiit"��stale, who
���   died ��<   CunilxJi'iiuid, H. C.   on
]m)6 25i,bl0ia.
AND'-
IN THE Al'ATTKlioftlw '-Uffi-
ciat AdimntBtralors Act.*1
' TAKE KOTICJE*that by order of His Honor Judge Bark��i';
. innih) tlie 5th day of "November,.
I'.iiB,. I \va3- appointed" Adnnnis-
Irator of tho Estate of. the aboye-
11113-itionwcl deceased,- ai.id rdl .parties, litivin2   claims   iimiiiist    1 lie
If not, you
It's both
TE?Y SOME
Wholesome & Palatable
said estatcar�� bereb-v,' tvciuupil to
"  - "-        l   1.
{furnish'' patno,   projier.Ty  vorihed,
to, .me on or bpforp the I$tb of.;De-
eo iiTbtfi'. 1UI3!    A~N13"Tii"i~pSTticT
indebted to said   estate,   are , re-
quired to p.i,y the ameunt'V.-f thoir
indebted hops,to me. I'cvv-hwir';).
Dated this. 3,1th,dny of No'voin-
WATER, NOTICE
l-xir, 1013.
W. 'Wi^i.ky A\rn-,r,,uir-,
OlhViiil Adm'mislvatov,
Cnuiburlandj }>. CA
ell
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1     -s VV.ii).l+t;���'.), '.-.-
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F.OR A,LTOr3NGKT0 TAKE AND
H?JB WAT14U.-'    '
NfAICB m liuroby (?ivon tbit K-ffU-i-
��(nlt A-   NuMTroo   BailsvJiy of Victoria,
B. C. wUl.t>.jp"y fcr j.licoao'i to. t/v'io anti
KfClftCV.OOOi^illoiupfirW honrrt, of water
out el Hh'diift. Cue'-, whiuh flliiwa i-.i u
lO'blierly dirtotin.i tbroupih  Ki-lBon Dis-
Irkt nnd emp^jufl Uio Hnynit JJimntl *:i��j.it
Teiib'o ltlTo��,   Tlio vMfcur will bo divo-ti A-     TAK'l*"-
B,t il^Vtu.'ivbNWiK! from- llvilwny nnd 'vH bt-, j
iiijrd for Gtiaaral' Rnvlwny nurpofcoa on  *) ��;
I pad dc-orilwl fts rr,ll>v(iy ri/<ht uf wny'l'i'ii-
n,��nic.) v>-i\k. posted on alio- (jround &i  'it..-
."JyaAUy of April, HM.3'.,  The -��oplii.v.i"^
will be HIM in  V/0,.i'!ll0'3 of_ tlw Wiit'T y,;-iiVHi^ ��?'
I"j. eofdur, Violorio, i1,<d.   Objoctiona ui'-/ ' u,,,-..;^ (v,\-,ip
li^tilwl with the aa'd.Wdti.r Kecordor or !\. ,>.,,'     ���
A71 th 'hi C >m,r>trn!Vr of Walcr KikIiis, ; f  ,
Pjtr.liar.ont B lifdinft", Vlotoiiu, IV13;        ; ��'-'V ��� ���/ '"    ''
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INTliifl.COUNTV   iiOilAT   'A'-'
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Ofi DRHUGHT at "Joe Walkefs"
l^e-qa England j4otel, and in Bot-
~~~    tl@s^t~aiHhre~f4otels
A Most Healthy Beveridge and made
from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops
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how well YOU will be pleased
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the otli day <'t   i*.i\uii.)sr,  1!''..''
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uf tho J?.'t(vto -��f  ili'�� iibovi'-in -,i :
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S "A-..-   '       "���J-f
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rnorets
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ret appeared. . She. g"cucea ap &M
down thp car, evidently looting for
some/one.'*   Suddenly, seeing KlcharU,-
toy his . litter- astonishment, she camo
straight toward him.   ��'
"I .am "Miss   Blauchard,"  she aalil.
STREET; MYSTERIES.
THROUGH FIRE FOR LOVE.   | CHEAP  OXYGEN IN  SIGHT.
irousseau:
* *
Where She Got the Money to
,    ���*' Pay For\lt.' '"���_.,
By   MARTHA COBB SANFORD.
Why T)o London Men of One Business
,     Congregate? "        . tA
.   Undoubtedly ono of the most cur- I
lous featuresof London is the man-r
without if'suspicion of coquetry, for..; ncr jn Whic,h men engaged'in-parti--���
tliis wns a purely business transaction- | cular businesses and professions have
congregated, for somo mysterious
reason, in certain streets and'areas;
6Th!s; peculiarity is recalled by tho
suggestion that Ilarley Streot will, .
before .long, oense to be the abode
of doctors, on account, of the fact that
'I am going to take advantage of your
kindness, to me.last night a lid ask.an-
"other'favor."'  ���      ���       .,.*.'.-���''
i   "I am pleased to Do of (heAsiigltlost
���> service," responded llicb. rd, will)., tit-
ting solemnity.   . "��� '
����<i(��t(i��(����ti����(tiit��t**��
-
Amorot was very excited. . It wns
her'first long journey nloue, and vast
riiiI entrancing aa hor dreams were of'
tho delights of California she knew
a he should find oven her dreams trau-
- wended.
Sho took AK her stylish III Lio hnl and
handed it to (lie ''portress," as sho
menially dubbed hgr. Then, ��� will) a
' cushion at her head and another at her
feet, sho settled hack with a sense of
replete coin foil,
I tut when the sun, wild a last wink
of his bright eyclopoan eye, at length
disappeared  behind tho distant trees
Amoret turned hor attention aimlessly
,   to the people about her. An uuliitcrest-
������ fug and "prosaic collection wits'Iter unspoken  verdict, save, for a, very evidently newly married courile'who were
too silly   to bo even-amusing. "What
was  there;   Amoret, mused,  about  a
honeymoon that so invariably transformed even the most sensible poo-,
pie into such insufferably sentimental
���   Idiots?
"Lils' call to diunah!" announced the
dining car porter, swinging pompously
through, tho train.  A
Amoret opened her purse, in which
' she was carrying her miniature watch.
She glanced at the,time and then,
feminine fashion, began to investigate
the varied contents of her pocket-
book. Suddenly she started, then,
growing very white, leaned" buck and
closed her eyes.
The "sei'ions .and dignified" young
man across .the nisfc had been watch-
ing her.    Uo guessed'what had happened. /   '  ��� <���
How could he help her?   Could he
aske ber lo go iiitodiniicr with UimV '
Of. "course not*.   Shed starve before
she'd accept.   Well, lie; might aa wolf
dine liimsdf and think over the situation while lie did so.
As he rose, and walked ahead into
- the Alining  car   Amoret  opened   her
oycsA She stilled the impulse to jump
' 'np and follow him... He was the onlyy
person in ihe car that she liked the'
,;ioql;s^.qr. ��� Ho   was  a   thoroughbred
-fromJIiii-ljiAtoc r.nt ftiero must be
"You see. 1-1"-' Amoret -.stopped j jt'is becoming, in these days of mo-
Rbort in confusion She had (hoi.gbl j ^^"^ tW (lo,(ors ..decide
It won d, bo so easy! A   ","���-���/  ��,���,.������   e,v�����t ' .i,/.v will
"Yes. I know all about if," Kiebnrd I S^.^ c^/dfmc'uU to
filled In assuringiy. "Suppose w"* ;o in
say;-but it is almost safe to affirm
<o breakfast together and talk .. over,,, ^ when thcy (lo migrate they will
there."   ��� . ,   ,-finally s'ctllo down again all together
. "LTow do you know all about if?" in- i in some quiet corner of the metro-
(julred Amoret In astonishment
"I'll tell you while we're at nTonk-
fust.' We'll have io go right* in.
Thoy'ro sounding the last cull."
VWolljf you think"- But llinl's as
far as. Amoret got In hor hesltatiou,
for lUehui'd hud "started determinedly
ahead, and there was nothing for her
to do but lo follow���that Is, uulers sho
wanted to risk a sceoud fainting spoil.
At. breakfast llichtii'd lauucliod tlio
brilliant scheme of telegraphing back
tu her folks for moreAnoney. Whyjt
would reach her before she got (o tlio
end of tho journey.
'���> Here was a complication that Amoret
hadn't counted on. Telegraph for more
money! Where ou earth.did. ho .think
il would come from"?
"Well, J'ou see 1 live ulouo with my
aunt, who is quite .an old lady," slio
explained, "and if would just, worry
her to death to get a telegram anyway, ,
.let' aloiio a���telegram saying that I'd j \v^y��� v
lost my money. She didn't want mo
,lo tako the journey nlono in (ho first
���place, and 1"���
"Of coursew'o won't telegraph llien,"
��� broke in Bichard brusquely. "You jimt
lot' me back you till you get to Sun
Diego.   By  this way, "who are your
friends lhere?  Maybe I know them."
"Oh, another aunt, sister of the one
I live wiih, and hor husband, Mr. Manchester." . ''   i
"Daniel Manchester, (he lawyer?"   ;
"Yes.  Do you know hitii?''
"Very well, though I've never met
his family." ���'
"Isn't that providential?" sighed Amoret. "Then that makes it all right for
polls.
There are many Londoners who
still remember tho time, when London's chief doctors congregated In
tho neighborhood of ���'insbury Square,
which was deserted for Hurley Street
on "account of tho many., businesses
which' set' vp In the former neighborhood.
Thero are'many other curious in-,
stances, however, .of the' manner in
which professional and business men
iloek together. Tottenham Court
Road, for instance, is the. great furniture thoroughfare of- the metropolis, while Long Aero Is monopolist-'
ed by motor-car firms and carriage-
builders. Aviators have made Piccadilly the headquarters-of tho aeroplane industry, in'which Btreet,. the
Ae.ro Club and the ofllces of "The
Aeroplane" are situated, while film,
manufacturers have congregated in
the immediate neighborhood of Char-
Why is Hatlon Gardenthe home of
diamond merchants, and why do so
many music-ball artistes. insist on
living'at Brixton? A stroll downllol-
born reveals tho fact that if is a favorite street for the show-rooms of bicycle manufacturers), while there are
probably more typewriting firms ln
Queen Victoria street than any other
street -in the .metropolis. Ger'rard
street, Rupert street, and some of tho
other streets'in Soho appear attractive to the cinema trade, and many
private theatres are found in that
classic neighborhood.
Hat manufacturers seem to have
a great liking for Blackfriars Road,
while Willcsden can probably boast
of more laundry firms than any other
Showing That There Are Times When
It's Better,to Write Than Talk., A
. Prior to tho epoch"  making moment
wlien his lovo.triumphed over bis native  uushfulncsd  young .'Mr,   Askant,
.would  havo maintained against any
��� odds that tho Hardest thing in lifo waa  ���
to propose to Ihe girj you worshiped.
Afterward,-however, ho,decided that
tho proposal was simply child's play
compared to nsklug the consent of his
father-in-law elect, although that es- -
Mumble old gentleman ���was a  great,
-.friend."
*' Flushed wllh success with Iho (laugh-,
���tor, ho felt-tilled with ilio spirit of a
hundred emujueroi's and recklessly insisted upon seeing the father at once.
; But upon 'reaching tlio library the.
spirit of the hundred cowiuerors suddenly evaporated and left htm with
ptilo, faco and trembling knees nnd
chaotic mind.
"l-er-or," ho ��� shuiuuereil iusulll-
clenlly.
���'Indeed!'" observed tlio old gentleman, chuckliug. ''Thou you're no more
than human."
'* "Ah, bal" gasped Mr. Asktim hystor
ically, preiondiugfl'tillarifyTio was far,
far from feeling.' -u
"How is your mother''" asked tin?
old   gontlemuu," after   an , awkward
pause, with the kindly inteution of set-
Ming his wilier ut rest. -A
"I lovo iier,- I���I.passionately adore
her. She���she has promised to marry
me if you consent," announced 'Mr.
Askam in a wild burst'of eloquence.
"What! Your mother?" cried the old
gentleman, aghast. ���       , *
"No,-uo," explained the thoroughly
confused Mr. Askam. "Yours."
���'.My mother!   Are you.crazyV" de*-
mantled the old gentleman, excitedly.
"I shall be in a minute.'.' moaned tho
wretched Mr. Askam.. "Sir." he eon-
We May Yet Afford tn Burn Coal In It
Instead .of In Air.
Oxygen has .suddenly become ono of -
the most likely means of improving
people's comfort. ' It Ai predicted even
that it is about to follow tho history
of petroleum, jumping suddenly from
a rarity and curiosity lo general use,
on sale everywhere hy the can. Petroleum came into general'uso when
It was discovered that there were vast-
supplies of it that could easily be
tapped. Of late yea is It Is being found
easier and easier to lap the vast supplies of osypen ia the air. Kivderlck
Sotldy. tlie noted authority on radium,
isluclini'd to believe the timo la com-,
���ing when coal will-ln> burned in oxygon instead of in ah- in order to got,
'moro hf.'it nt. h>.-*s expense, so that
when n mau orders 'twenty tons of
coal for (lie winter silpply of his furnaces ho will order n number of tanks
of oxygen to go AVlth it.
The rapid improvement of maehines
l.i> take oxygen from (lie air nnd water
is responsible for the nttentlnii that is
being given now to this'subject by
scientists and invoniors. The modern
met-huds of getting oxygen are to make
Jlnnld air and (hen turn (he liquid air
Into oxygen and nitrogen or by usin;
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m
PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.
Sty on the Eye.
A sly. is cai.'srud by inflammation of a sebaceouH gland of tho
eyelid. I��'rcque:it bathing with
camomile water is" a good, preventive. When a" little bead
forms it should bo opened care
fully with a sleriliKcd needle and
tho contents gently pross.-d out.
-Then bathe tiie lid gently with
ii solution of boric arid. IJl'teen
'grains of tiie arid to the ounce
of distilled water. Tlie diet
should be, nourishing but plain.
No highly seasoned or spiced
foods should bo eaten.
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WE DO LOVE DIAMONDS! ���
Half of the World's Known Product ji
Owned In This Country.
1 Diamond importations into, the Umt-
ed Slates' made their highest record fu
ihe calendar year 1!)).". The1 value of
diamonds and oilier, precious "stones
lnrported during the current year will
approximate !?r��7.<H}U.0<K.). Ibis being tlio
first occasion on which the total una
crossed the $rio,'MUi,iR)0 line. Twenty
eleetrii'ity to turn water into oxygen j.oara ago. according to the ollielailtg-
nnd hydrogen.    ��o much hydrogen is   y���.cs ol- tjle bureau of foreign und do-
now "being used iii various Industries
to harden oils'tlint great quantities of-
oxygen tire being formed as u byproduct.    At present thero is'no use for
���most of this oxygen, .so It Is wasted.
This in it-self is serving fo (mm attention to the utilization of oxygen.
��Mr. Poddy has pointed out.that even
at  the present price of oxygen made
in Ilio big liquid air plants it is almost
economical to burn I'oal in pure oxy-'
wu. for the burning of coal In" air
tinucd,. the words falling' slowly and " nieanslhe loss of much heat from the'
cautiously from his agitated lips. "I--" "tinnecessary 'heating of tho nitrogen,
enmo-hero���to. ask���yourr-consent���1�� which goes with thiyoxygen i�� the air.
marry-iue," '        , but does not hoi1.) the burning.   Largo
"Eh?" cried fho old gentleman,     ' plants making liquid tifr can now pro-
"I'll���1*11 write it!" shouted tlie un-. dnee oxysen at a,cost of about a third
happy Mr. Askam, struck by a happy or n mi'r nor cubic yard, aud tho proc-
thought as he burst madly out of tho, 0i!fl wm probably be greatly cheapened
room.  And in that way'matters \v��r.j n, t|10 course of .time as il Is dcvel-
at last straightened to every cone's 'satisfaction.��� rhliadolphla Ledger.
me to ask. a fiivor of you, doesn't, it'?"    distrlct   in   London.    Mos':   of   the
"Yi:s, of course.- At leastJt was-all   builtiers are in Wa- daworth, the boot-
right anyway. And, say. we'll keep on - makers and cabinet-makers in Beth-
[. <
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.-some other way out.'of this awful predicament. 'She closed her eyes-again.
Ail that she could think of was the
roil or bills which .she iind been so.
long saving for this very trip aud which
���die knew she had that very morning
placed In her pocketbuok.- ��� ���
, 'When Richard Allison relii"iied from
(he dining ear. he found Amoret alone.
The rest of the passengers were evidently at dinner. .Now was his
chance, lie hnd thought up no brilliant lead, to bo sure, but the proper
words must como If ho could get up
sufficient'' uervo tOi speak, lie cleared
his throat onco, twice, but tho silence
remained otherwise 'unbroken,'
The train whizzed on. ltlcliard pretended to he reading tils paper, but
tlie print might have boon Egyptian
hieroglyphics. Suddenly, ho crushed
the sheet behind him aiid '".rued toward Amoret, ',
"Great heavens!" he exclaimed and,
.lumping up, caught'her In Ills arms
Just .'is- she fell forward fainting. He
rang the porter's bell furiously.
"Clot some water, quick," ho commanded, "and send for tho maid!
Don't loso ii minute!"
" "Yns'ri no, sun," responded tho por.
tor and vanished with something it kin
io the speed and grace of n hurry cull
ambulance.
Meanwhile Richard laid (.lie girl gen-
fly down oil tiio sent und got u thisl: ot
brandy from his vnfiso. When the
porter returned with tho* water and
with iho oxciteu maid bringing up the
rear Amoret had begun to show signs
of consciousness.
"Hero. Surah," ordered Kiclian)
(why ^wiili he couldn't 'i"��� tol<l ''or
(ho life of lilmi, "you take euro of her
while I go and got some soup. She
ought to Imvo gone In to dlnniu' sooner, litif-lmt she didn't."
Amoret did not rut uso tlm soup. Indeed, she didn't think to question
whore it eniiio from. Site even alio wed Sui'iili Id co.-ix her Into wiling a
little chicken nnd nriorwui'd lo super-
lutein! tlie milking up nl' her lierfli.
"I'll iiini-elt all right with you In iho
morning," Amorot assured Imr, "Vmi
shan't lose"- Sho atopped short, the
wlmlti miKumlilw predicament hinliK'iily
;lasi)lii�� ovor her again. lint Snruli
nnd not noticed tlio tnti'iTiiptloli.
"IV hiishtiinl'i* ulivady (lone dnt,
.loilry,"
The f-urf/ilris were filiut tight, 'fliifl
-'.trail had gono Imforu Aiimri-t could
11 .  i  ���,< r.Mii|"i���� In 'itfettmr tin evnliiiui.
- ���   ���, ...
- ton.
"How la she nowVlnqnlred Richard
nxluusly, e
"Oil, she's jo** good as mnv. sati!
.'ou'll ink' doso 1IT NpelLs mu ciiimly
vlicti you'vo been nui'led mo' eomlnii.
pita luk\"   And, with a friendly sumo,
���arah  left the young  tnaii  staring
Kinkly after Her.
I lore;was a nltuntlon!
In tlio morning tlio porler'H "first call
i breakfast" rung elietTfully througli
i (> car.    Amoret liwinl nnd fried fo ,
irgot ns nlio went ou wiih her spirit- '
m pr/ieiis* of drc^.'iliig. j
f'lclmrd hi'.-in! .ind rrallr.i-fl.ilint he
;tiFt take tho li'ill by iho horns    In
Uier Word*, ho inu>| braro lilnmelf in
,jK>nk to tln�� young nnly In dlstrcsi
iri offer her iissUluiico, (
la th* coune of hair an hour Aino- ���
faking our meals together, won't we?
Do say yes.". .   '", "
Amorot lowered her eyes, hit her,lip
to keep back the',laughter. Uiat was
ready to bubble .over.and (lieu glanced
���> i jv-n fcrit i c! m rd-i 111 sohiovousl-y,������- 'J,
��� "I suppose I may as well." she nd-A
mitteil, 'laughing' softly:   "You 'see.
nal Green; tanners in Berniondsey,
potters, in Lambeth, brewers and
printers in Southward.
iloxton seemfi to be the -home of
jam manufacturers, and Iloundsditch
that of toy dealers, while Clerkcn-
Surah thinks"���ho knew vyhat Siirah
thougiit, but he, was determined'she
should say tlie' word9-r"wcll. i^aruh.
thinks you're iny husband!"   -
���'Sarah mny ho souiclhing of a
prophetess," Richard ventured. ttii<i
then bold his breath, surprised'ui hia
own daring,
a. * �� #-������_*..��
And that's exactly what.Sarah proved lo be,, for two months liner Dick
and Amoret wore Inking their honeymoon trip front Han Diego back to
l'oston.
"Do you know," duiir,''''announced'
Amorot, "you are,, exactly wtint I
thought you'd bb under similar clr��
euinstances tlie lirst night 1 saw'yuii."
"What do yon iiiuan, AmoretV . Aro
-you admitting that-you loved, me at
first sight?"
A morel's nose tilted up scornfully.
"Don't (latter yourself,
well Road is the great centre of "icecream inerclianLs, makers of street
.organs, and mosaic floor makers.
Charing Cross Road. Is-a street of
bookshops,, and Fleet, street tho huh
of the newspaper world,
To  Develop  Writers. -    -   'r-|
A remarkable club   for   working '
'women has just been started in London, in connection with the'new Bebel
Houso   Working   Women's   College.
The club is knowmas tho Bebol House L
Rebel Pen Club, and was founded by |
Miss Kthel Carnie, a Lancashire mill ���
girl, who has published two volumes
of verse  and somo 'delightful fairy
tales.    The object of the club ie to
help working women-who have talent
A Case For Sympathy.
, She was angry, and her face reveal,
ed the fact.
"What,is the matter, dear?" said hex
husbaud as he entered the kitchen.-'
"You'see Abut?" she replied veho-'
mcntly, us she raised a mixing bow-
in which.she had just broken an. egg
"Tliat i"? Iho second bad, egg .1 have
found, today. , 1 believe Jim Kletclmi
"k"e"eps"a ii jtho���bati-oiios7he
old store for me!''   ''     ,[
"Well, you shouldn't get tiugry about.:
it, Nellie." said her Husband soberly.
'"You,ought to have more sympathy."--
"Sympathy!" sho echoed.. "What do
you mean? Sympathy for Jim Fleleb
'or?" '   .     .    '
"No, for the egg?" he' replied'
"Think how long they must have been-
tryiii' to bo good."���Lippincott's.
oped by study aud experience. Cheap
oxvgen is likely to Iind other uses not
thought of now. for there arc many
men busy making, experiments along
this Une.-Saturday Evening Tost  .
BAVARIA'S MAD KING.
Otta, the Deposed Monarch, Has Had
y- a Melancholy Career.
Otto, king ot Uavnrhi, who has been
snperse'lod  by  the succession of tho
mestic commerce, department of commerce, the total' imports or diamonds
and other precious stones  were, but
$11,000,000. in VMS !?:'S.00lMK)0 null in
1918   approxiimitely   S.T'.OUO.OIK),   this
estimate being based iipen.lhe. knowu .
figures.for the nine months endeirwllli
September, whicli are :)0 p'cr cent In
excess of the highest record Heretofore
made. These totals necessarily include
Imitations of precious stones,  which'
now form about 2 per cent of the.-,to-.
lal,  but were  not separately .shown
prior to, 1912. '    '   ���     ���     '"
The, people of the United States nre-
the world's largest Importers of diamonds for permanent ownership, aud
they,   according  to  a   statement   by
.. George P. Kuuz in the "Encyclopedia
Americana," own pntuically half the-
diumouds of "th'o world. The statement In question, published in 1(.K"3,
estimated the value of all diamonds
known to exist 'iu the world at that
time at $l,'XXJ.UO0.('0i> nnd added that
: about' .$r>00.au0,,000 worthAwas then
owned lu the United .States and,that'
| ���'therefore it. may safely be said that
one-half of all the diamonds known
iire owned iii tlie United States." 'The
Jmportiitlons, of diamonds iuto the
United States subsequent to that date
amount lo" over -Jl500.iJtJU.000.  making
L/^,?_'i'-,'i.    ynivii regent, reigned over bis king-    tho total  stock-of  dlaino.nds in  tho
G<-S~]V'-""    jnnj ri���. f\v^tj^e\";en7^^"tie���ca"m6    Uinnrd~Si"ai"e^TTtnu"c~preseri!rtime-ajr'
proximately iJ75b,O0Of000V!
All Is Fish to the Net.
"Catch   anything   while yvou   were
away on your vacation?"
"Siiro  I  did.    It  weighed  twenty-
are    twenty-five    members,    among
whom aro a London cook who writes
excellent verso, a general servant who
has submitted ,a promising sketch in
dialogue, and a young married woman of the working class who has.
You mny not   written several short storea reflecting,
have noticed, but thero woro a Drida   with considerable   .dramatic power,
nnd groom. In the cur acting perfectly   the struggles of tho agricultural  In-
silly; And as 1 looked nt you I thought   borer,
iilllcd
eight pounds." "'You catch anything?"
    '   "nh-hnli,''ItoSd vou I wuiild,   Shu
for writing. At the prcfienl time thero    Weighs K'lO pounds and hei'dadV worth   brother, nflerwarU Ludwig  II..
that, serious ami illgulllcil ns you
were, you'd probably he Just aa silly If
yon woro married, nnd you uro, Dick.
Everybody's watching you."
J'lch.'trd went off Into a spasm of
mi rlh.'
"Amoret," lie stild suddenly, "l'vo
got tho greatest Idea. You roinoinbei'
that money you lost?" Amoret shrugged her shoulders. Why shouldn't sho
romombor It? "Suppose we send ll im
a wedding fee lo Surah. She's tlio oni��
who really married ns, you know,"
"l(ow cnu we when I lost It?" queried A morel', tensing lilm.
"Oh, you know what I iiicin, sweetheart!"
Amoret didn't answer. Instcm". sho
turned her head nwny, l.'i'liiirii
watched her curiously, wulllng nu ox*
phimitlmi,
"Suddenly sho faced lilm. looking nt
him lu it liiilf frightened,, huif mischievous way .llirniigli Iter hlnslii'H.
"I didn't lose the money al'tci* all,
Dick, I found It. the very next tiny in
iinothur part of my poi'ketlioo!", It
wii'i lifter we had hrwiKfiM bwlher,
and 1-1 didn't tell .win. So llicie v-a*
really no reason, you see, for mil' getting inni'i'.'.od nl all, ilea rest, I'Xi'i'pt���
except flint -I spent the money on my
trousseau,"
half a street- railway company, un electric light Ing plant and two lu'eworius."
-St. Louis Republic.
"Sronng Dramatist; Tead.
Tlio tuiUmeJy death of Mr. Stanley Houghton, tho brilliant author
of "Illndlo Wakes," has removed one
of tho most promising of the school
of young (lramullfltH. Mr. Houghton
wan only thirty-two years of ago at
the lime of his death, uud lirst distinguished himself as dramatic critic
and roviewor of Tho Manchester
(fuardlan. "Paine, .ultimately came to
him from his remnrkablo study oi i
Lancashire lifo in "lllndle Wtikmi,"
ll pl.iy from which he ia nab! fo have
gained ��20,000. Other pluyn of hid
wero "Tlio Dear Departed," "pearls,"
' rruiit the People," and "Tho Perfect Cure,"
Yes���How?
"1 never can bollcvo a word that woman says," '
"If* rather funny. She said tho same
thing about you yesterdfiy."
"That'll just like her. How can vou
have coulliU'iico In nitv ono who talk*
about another behind her baeUV���Chi-
cngii Record-Herald.',-
If Necestiary.
���ii}���V~ ���""     ^*C|(
.Miner Kewnrdeil,
A niedal for bravery In recognl-
lion of liln giillunt uctloii In saving
n fellow, work mini In groat peril ui
tho dono Deep Mine, Johannesburg,
wan presented recently, by Lord
(lliidMono, govurnor-i;cnt;riil, to ���
minor niimod Clotc, In ilm couri'ii
of a apoo.i'h, tlm president of the
Chamber of Minna, mentioned tha
fact I hat n eommlltco wan Bitting,
rompnKod of reproBentatlv'm of mine
directors, consulting engineers mid
mini! moiuigorH. to duvlno mc(iRtirc��
with a view to minimizing tho rink
of aeddentP,
to ii,orthrone i;i June,..l!5lS0. when his
lifi'ithiir. Ludwig il��� In a panisysm of
madness drowned himself and Ihe at-'
teudrtut who attempted to rescue lilm.
Otto was limn already mad. but'the"
crown was his, though he has spent
Jits rei"ii iu the-necessary seclusion of
ruerstenrled castle. Llis hair and board
Jiiire grown long aud white, but lils
great limbs aud body .still retain all
their gigantic strength. :l"*or nine days*
oni of ten 'the king sec js deaf, blind
ami dumb, lost In a brooding melancholy. 'J on occasionally hl-i memory
returns, only lo bo speedily lost again.
��� Otto suffered In Ids childhood from
the  iii'haiuiieed   temperament of  his
in a
way that cannot liavo strengthened
Jus' naturally weak mlud. .Amoug
mi'iiy Incidents tlm most serious was
ono at llcrolitesgiiden. tu isr>7. when
Jvmlwlg was twelve years old. A court
otlichil came upon Ihe younger boy lying bound nud gug|,vd upim the gnis,sv
Willie Ludwig was tightly twlslmg
Willi a piece of stick thu ends of Uio
po'ket handkerchief tied around his
throat.
Otto, who was lu a fa lilting condition, wns promptly ivkcii'hI. though
Ludwig violently , resisted, furiously
exclaiming: "This Is no business of
yours; this Is my vassal, and ho has
dared to ruslst my will, Uu must bo
cvociited.'"-C'lk'.'tgu News.
COST OF THE,BIG CANAL.
PRACTICAL HEAL IH MINI.
Chapped Lip*,
An excehent lip silvo for ordinary uso 1:" the old fiisbliinHl
camphor ice, tjlycerln should
not be UM'd in '.tso *-iMi ��>��� """>
too great an alllully for water nnd
Is too drying, whilo the caiiiiilmr
lco Is1 cooling and liVallng. In
oggravaled cases, after applying
the latter for two or three nlKhts
change to the vaseline treatment
ami then, having, rci-inliucd the
Up* so they have imsutned lludr
oHglfnil fiimnilmi'.���� and linn-
linss, keep them In go-nj ciinill-
tioti l.y drying them pro'inly
and by keeping the tongue away
from llictit
Had lo Turn Out.
Ail    uuu.-ju.u    i,.>..,',���-.    ��� ���
Wet ITnrtlojiool reecntlv dnrliur thft
Civic, church parade. The Mayor's
procession wns just crum-liitf Christ
Church, when u, fire alarm vrw received. Tito flro brigade and pollen
promptly detached themselves front
, il, ,l      1, / -,.   t��.n
%����\*.     |,,\JIV'C��>.V>,��,    ,'�����*'��    *-     -��-    .
former were engaged In quelling an
outbreak In the lm��eui';nf of Wosky
Church. A uervlce was In proprenti
when tiie flro broke out, and the
nmoko tilling tho building tho congregation wero dismissed.
we*.
"ahull 1 lake a llltlo of the ends o.'.
your hair off. sir?"
"Yes, unless .vou can get It ont ���)!
the mlddloA-Kl. Louis Ulobe-Democrat. 	
Und^terved Honors,
"I was rut her eiiiliarri'ssed," llm am
ntour hunter coufcnscd,
'���Why mi;"
"U'.',.-.'. I ��� i !���'..' U l> t;.i..{> .'.-rl;J �����?
flrM day out tho fellow,-; givcied me by
���'Inglng 'Siy. the (.'onipierlng llei\)
Comes.'   And, all I Iind dntio was hIkwI
off my guide's left oar."���Clilenuo Jlec-
. ,i M ... i.i
Taft's Cold Medal.
j. In Washington iho state department custodian Is keeping gi-uril over
n unit] mi'ihil pending tlm time wlum
lorinur i'resldutit Tttft can reeeivi? It.
Tlie medal wns |iresenieil to lilm by
the llnlluu govei'iiinent for his v.cnl In
wending help to tlio iMrthi|iinl'o MilTcr-
ers tn UHKl. The rortuer proslilent, ill-
tlioitgh lio is a pi'ufesMir al Yule mil-
vet'slty, Is not In Uio government svnsu
n private eiil/.en, for lie holds Ilio
i!lmlrmaimhl|i or iho niiiiiiilsMnn cro-
tiled by congress to ndopl plans for
thi> l.lncolu nicfiini'lal Wlteti his wnrl;
on Uio euminlsiduii Is ended 'hu mu j I|()g will Jump Into a horse cab :iufl
The Great' Work Played  Havoc With
tho Original Estimate.
.  When the Panama canal.is complete
it will have cost Uncle .Sum a,total ot
s:nr��.(Hio.(ioo. .   .
Do Lesseps reckoned in 1S7D Ihat-a
lido level canal twenty-eight feet deep
would cost only $lH,ih)').U00 and could
be. built In seven or eight years, hi-,
eluding a  ship  tunnel  through  the
mountains which wero (supposed to exist, but lu 18S7 his estimate was $3.",!,-
OOO.oiX) find twuMy years {or u fifteen
foot lock canal.   By tlie end of ,1SSS tho
work was scarcely two-llfths done and
nearly  JS-ltitl.lKKWlOO  hud  been  spent, '
wa.sfed and stolen. The new technical
committee after tho crash estimated ,
that tho canal could be llnlBhod In ten
years for $IOO.OW,00().
American estimates hnvo also varied,
The third canal commission In 11)00 ,
thought a canal could be built for
JM'J.:H2,.r��7S>- admirable exactitude! -
apart from tho cost of securing Uio
land, which would be so great as ��> be
prohibitive. , Tlio Spuoucr bill., under
which iho chum is being constructed,
appropriated not more (hint SHIi.oi'O,-
000 for the entire work.
The I'unauia canal, as now completed, Is of course vastly deeper, wider,-
more commodious" nud more suhMiiu-
Un) Until wits ever dreamed of when
the work was begun. When this enlargement of lis plan is con.-iiileivd (he
Increase In cost Awn iml seem, os-cs-
slve, and the liinitcitil iimu'cU >'f the
enterprise may he compared fnninilily
Willi Its engineering ti;lilcv��ineiit��.-
New Vork Tribune.
An Ei-travnoant Dot)
M, "'lonietu'ciiii, Ihe French stiileu-
mau. owns u Inrge and ilcice ninstlff
wIiohh habit It Is from lime In lime t��
nmkit long oU'UI'nIoiin imn ������uliylni?
purls of I'ni'N.    When lm Im llivd tin
wi'ifo (o Hiu Mate ifi'fiiiKiiicut and t'u-
com1 the medal,-Chicago .Newa.
Kino'�� Son as Porter.
A well known I'nrla cafe has for Its
porter Ihe sun of a king. II����� Is tliil-
lieto llehau/.lu, tlie sou of King (ill)
i';,li' and brut Her "f thnt dicky mnn-
'nr-'h nf Dalumio.v who gave l''i'ati.'e ft
(���rciit deal of trouhfo.   I'rinco Heltari-
i     ' ,     ...      i,    (|,ii   i-ifn   ilimv  Ift
! Housewives Inilc.
A houcfwlvn' union l,t h'lnr fni*- ]
od in Australia.    Its main object Is
to secure, hy Irglsiatlvo enactment,
ihe institution of un rlf.h'-hour -Joy
for housMvlves, urn) a good deal I*
i heard or tho old raying thnt "�� w��-
. nun's work If amr don��."
A Re tic.
"Miss Plain hi an atvftilly old fajh'
Joned girl,'' rnmaiked the old focy.
"S'lie siiro Is." repll.il the wise gijr.
"Why, slie says 'mult' Insti'ml of Vet
ll out-",~Cludnnatl lin 'niter.
A Dltatter.
���*! thoimht that friend of yonw mJ
tidlutt to rMili lip �� jrood h^Iimtio."
"Po did I. Imt *wi f'l'ifid tln> fnt VU
Ui tbo nr��"-Ua1Umoro Amcrlcun,
(lWtnnil't''
and lir.s had a dlsllniJiilKhed mllilary
career    lie has (alien part in twenty-
rigid ci)iupiii;-iM. was fcciloiih'y woiii.il- m
n) lu three hall leu. mention.A thlitccu
. time*  In  ��ll��|i.'!l('li(w  and   pilni'd  Dm
, lullltary medal ami cloven iiei-iiiaiiiiiin.
i .	
1 oil Upia th�� Waiteri.
' Thft inodcni world U rudlscnrfiriiiat
tlm devlco of iiourliiR oil upon tho
v,-fives, which, scholars toll u��. wns
fc-.i'iwn to Arl'frtllo anil prnrllrrd by
rilny. I'vofesuor liny Minko*tcr tenyii
thnt nn> *tnr,H .i m.'tntlfy n�� n r>!nl nn
hour Is ntim"'#ut 1ft pcf-nrr n wr.f of
raun roiiml a ��li!p. ��'*��� thnt hoflM c.iii
tm inutichM In unfty, it I* r.M lm-
prrtlwl'li* ��ti*i ����l w"l bc Mil* far
this purpofi h��rwift#r.
'^BKL-ia
I?
f,it tlieie growilii'.; and showing lit*
U'elli If Uie caliuian ultempts in re
move him. Seeing lite name and ad
dress of M. Clcit'cm'.-ni engraved on
the dog'n collar, the eiibiiuin lluullj
drives tho dog home. In Ibis way M
Clemeuceaii lm< hnd several long fm*
to pay.���Ivondou Tlt-IMs.
Mocfolu of Wedding Prr��eiU.
A  new ciistoin tins been tlili'ml'iced
In tlib'lv.veven v.vtrs of ago ( nl recent 'weddings in I'.irn.    .Miiiiii-
lure iept'iii|ii''U,'ii'. ���� <���**��� ,"*.-*-.->i���.'.i   iliul
uro too big to tn; sli'Min ul the i'.'I'l'
Uot. mv plr.coil :it'..��mg Uie other .jii't*..
At n t'c'cnt reception there wero thus
it liny motorcar, nn nccnniii' model or
...        .....i��.
tl       110.1.       .'MH>   >t     t..!"..      '        .,.*.!��.������        '
tlio lirldo and brldcgriHiut. and a delicate reproduction of a irrand piano.
Th# *p��fntno elmi.
Old Knglnml will BytnpiitliJre with
N<��w nnglr,nd lu the Mtera torrow
ornr Iho dctciloratlon of Iho elm in
Rnulr.i.d the ���lm, which li ai old �����
the nomrtn. t* dylm* of rtr.lle <lcf��J-
nnd It U bi'lnu w^n tint *��& ho lm
j.r.rt'-il 1*:A ���HM*.*i'.i.K�� *->n��M>ri 'iwi lli��
more rlgoroiu foreign ilgck.-Cril^
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THE NEWS, CUMBERS AMD. BRITISH COLUMBfA^
��*������*'"
The Furniture Store ' -
Special lines of Crockery to
clear at Bargain Prices
New lines'-of Linoleums, Wall
Papers an d Furniture
"Just opened out
o
A full line of Pawcett's Stoves
and Ranges on hand
MclMfee Clock, A. McKINNON     Cumberland
titxr; "��rr"   ���Mil miwurii
liquor act. 1910    MEETING OF COUNCIL
(Section 35)
NOTICE is hereby given that,
on tlicMiinih day ot May next,
application will be inadc to ihe
Superintendent of l'rovuicinl Police for-the granting of a license
for the sale, of liquor by retail in
aud.upon ihe premises to be constructed in accordance with the
plans and specifications to be tiled with the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police, and to be
known as the Pier Hotel, and to
"be situate at or mar the govern
ment wharf at Roystoi... Kelson
District, British Columbia, upon
the lands described as Lots 20
aud 21 in Block K of the Subdivision oft pari of sections 4. and
6 a. '" ;
Dated this 1st day   of   April,
' IIA UK Y IDIKNS,'
Applicant.
MN ANCIAL ST.VTEMED
"of~TlTe~I~sd resHtu-x-il-iar-y-
-oU
1 he Union & Comox 11 os
pilal for the year
Hull. 011 liand Jan. '13 ��� ��� -8240 95
Auxiliary dues rece'ved
during year...'     21 90
Ilecipts from hospital
dance in April     95 25
Hospital  Saturday��� collections Sept., A3th..  223 20
Paid out in cheque's   425 75
' Pal., as per   bunk book
Januaty' 1914    155 '49
The City Council met in le^ulnr
session on Monday., hifty n ' full
hoard being present.
Minutes of previous moating were
read and, udop'ed..
Comtininiciition ivih r ceived
from F. A. 'McDlrmid, barrister,
Victoria, Ftating that lie .did not
consider hr- foe < f .$500, for Kervi
ces in connection" wi-li ��he cement
sidewulk by-law excPtssivf. '   ,
A balance of,$4 60 was- coming
from fines cnllec'.ed iti  the provincial police, court.
Accounts amounting "to $4(5 50
were passed over to tlie Finance
Committee
The Police CommisFioners will
will be requested to instruct the
city police to collect the dog   tax.
Court of Revision on'the Cement
Sidewalk ByrLaw will be held on
the evening of A|��rilV20th.
The Sewar- Rcnlal By-Law pa-<eil
1
its fmt, second and third readim;.
A.Id; Miller entered a protest
a����a<nst the school trustees appealing dire-'t to tbe government for fr
nancial aid, Pie thought that'ihie
should be left with tbe Council
XI c? sre Ml^l"iisTer~a~nd"I-"ever--
idgcasked that the City Park be
improved for the ' May l>ny i-porl ,
und -hat $100 be voted for that
pu'rpo.-e ��� This brought forth con
sidorable discussion for anil,1 a-
gainst the gran'ing, of this or
any sum for such purposes. Aid
Pavnham said that such ��� a stun
could be spent to inueli. better
advantage on some of the side
walk?. The money was uot vo
ted, but the Board of Works
will do some work on tho
grounds.
Council adjourned.   >
NOTICE
ESQUIMAUX NANAIMO RAILWAY
������ ':���       LANDS    ���.
Every conveyance from the
Esquimalt": & N un aim o Railway
Company, not. already registered,
should be lodged'in the Land .Re-���
gistry Office before "May ��� 31st,*
"next, pursuant* to the Land Regis,
.-try Act Amendment Act,   1914."
L. 11. SOLLY,
Land Agent
LESLIE J. ASTON
Practical Boot and Shoemaker
Repairs Neat and Prompt
Millers' and Loggers!
Boots to Measure
.. . 5   ...    ,.
Dunsnmir Ave.,    Cumberland
MAROCCH1 BROS    "1
GROCFRS   8e   BAKERS     '
AND PROPRIETORS  OF
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS
|""'uiii!nii'iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin
a
Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BKHR
Wholesale Dealers in all-Kinds.of
Wines aud Liquors. ',   r
SECOND   STREET
U
S'
THE CANADIAN BAN!
l,IW Ueynoldsatid Miss Uny-
iinliU arrived in town on WoJuhs-
d.iy from Ntti'.ainio, It is said
1'iai thu ���'Dmi" will leiire tlio new
Ciiiiihi-rliuiil opera Ikuiso whan
' iniipleteii. If tliis "shouhl prove
cMT.et. w.' mny look for soinu-
1.1,1111- on nl in'   lliu   entertainment
I'.lll'.
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..-LL.D.,D.CX��� President        a
ALEXANDER LAISD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,080,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
-F0REIGM^B.USINESS_^__,
NOTICE
Ail Fuss and Feathers
A <."<���' t {n -f h ����� t co i m idn ov
������������ ihi' i|iii'.mineetnt'.iii \-i ll-e J'rov
j ii 1 iA ivcrnintmt ihut lliey have
t ��� r i.\ ti opoii lo pro I'liip'ion f'lno
*:��ii'< lli-.i.isiiiil tier.."! of lniid The
'('��� i I'tviiii'iH o pati* i-jK'uk of Ihe
�� uv nniioiil us if ihey worn Initio'
11. inn mi he raco Niiuly to illow
:\i ��� p,; pi.�� tn nre I lint which till')'
. ! c iily i o'H'i-s in no prt.ul jinl'i',
| i!,t. l,n:d v.ns i!n> pi'i>nnnl
, ,'.pei v of llm p uiiiii;r i V
tn'' A'i'irui'. li.-ntiiii it would be
d I'f 'at'.l. I'tjrliiipH tlici' ovurlonlx
I, ns liiHMi t-o lon^1 in mi pi fine com
ii,aid 'lull tl��7 lmvf t'onn.' lo be*
. KV�� lh.it iliey rrullv own tho pro-
��� i c \\ li il' ver ri'iiui" lliey hoi
i ;. '.iii'' "iii "rrv.iiii* tir.i nhvity:*
i,-,.;, ������) AiO'.l :licir p'fii ('���* ��� Ah a
I. ,.- ii.-,. -\t\ rem*flied ihirinji llm
���,\..-..; 'i' .'iclWidu rti-ri.1 io iile.il a
���' -i m i ,i in il l.tPK l'fcni
in- p"i.plj.- llm Oo'.rni.-l ft nl would
i' i.i, > '.!��� wiUi il niiiR lin'niliWN lo
, i ., v Ami lu d d it 1"! ii philnm
i..r j ic pi.i;p.i>i'.> - -Vic'inic New��.
r<>!in (J��''i|)!.rl!, ������! < I'lirli'iitiv,
v - in ''��v,".i  i.n  v. ��� i
ii.,.ni  l!l   t'��   ftl*   '.' ' .
; i>U y.\WJ���i:iiiti:ei .Sc\viti<.r
We, tlio uii'loi'sifr'U'd liieroli-
ants of the City of Cumberland,
hereby mutually njvven to keep
open our respective plitcosnl' business on Friday, April 10th (Good
Friday,) and to close onr places
of business nn Monday. Ajii'il '111.
(ICtisier Monday.) ns  we  consiiler
this a inne.h  better  arriinu;e.ini'iit,
especially for our  emphiyoos,
JSiffnnd]
Siniuii L'-itUU' <k On.. IJiuited
Tlio Ideal Store
Co operative S'.ore
A Mclviiinon
Murochi Hres.
C, lI.Tttrbell &S���r,
T. V��� I.iiin
Miiefai'lniw. Uro--.,  I.ld.
TIuh.. Hiek^ui  .
.lames lliiUidiiy
We.Aey Willnr.r.
 ^	
Tho ColimX Valley lnimiiia
cninpd'linvo nofc opened up as yet
���This Dank offers unsurpassed facilities to those doing business with
foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of
Sterling1 and other Foreign exchange, drafts and Cable Transfers, and
for the financing of imports and exports of merchandise.
Commercial credits, Foreign.Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Che.
qucs and Letters of Credit issxicil* and- available in all parts of the world.
Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22
1   The first  shipment of our spring stock  of >��
/ , Shoes have arrived in
Men's Tail and Black Button
Ladies'Tan, Gun Metal .and
���      Navy Blue SuedeHns
tace and Button
I .   Watch for our Sale of Otlcls and Ends after
If    . \"   .Stock-Takino- "'  ���
s       - . ,   ��.'
I ," THE v"IDEikL"' STORE;, ^ * '^^    B
|       McHae, Acton, Hayman        1
7:!i<ni:iiiiiK!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiiniitiiiiin;iiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iHii!'^
I
IH
x Et
?1
^l'ti:il!llll)iaillllllll!llll!ll'lllllll!llllllllllllll!lllilllll!)!lllllllllllllllll!IIIIIU!lillillH
-S' ' '   ' , ������ .,������-'   ���"<
I  Capital Paid Up $11,560,000. Eoaorvo $13,000,000 |
B RI.ATMD BRANCH.
 "W. T. "WHITE, McmnEcr
NOTICE,
Any person  or. persons found
cutting timber on   my   propert\
on Roy Road without   my   permission will be prosecuted.
W. WIT'OIIU'LL.
'IaOST���Dnrk cliesluiit mure
'(colt,) inisMnw since the1 last
week in January from l'V.nny
Bay. A reward of Sio will be
paid for information given to
Geo. Stevens, Fanny Hay.
GO TO���
HUGH MITCHELL
KOU' YOU It
Gen'l Blacksmithiug
���AND���
Horseshoeing
Tbird St.
Cniiibei'limd
^ ���' " ��
IWood   Wood!
Wood
Now is thu tinib to.pl.'ico
your  order   for    SI.AH
'WOJH)
82,00.. .per double loud
(���>
(?)
From The
Star Livery Stables 1
is)
��SX^-"��^��������S)������S ������@��tsxs.
SITUATION WANTKD-Bv
a young Jnpuiese, in hotel 01
store, {���"���peaks good Knglisli,
Apply Koboyindii, No. r Camp.
I
*i
As ft result of tlm horrible mur
dor nf Mrs. Millnrd ut Vtiiienuvet
i�� few* lifivK rtfrn,   Cliiii"��o   doiiifP-
��!ci:     lll'd     lii'MHr   diclllitih'ed     fiviui
lbi'5:- i"inj h^vn"!'.! i'i' I'.iv.c   nttui
hers.    Tlii.*> it- iv ciM.' of tiiu iiniuv
puyinjj,' tb��' peinilty in   part fur tl v
piipnpsi'd itet (if hud.
 ^	
A Indy of tltin town was knock,
ed down on Sunday by u Hdewit!!'
bic.^i'li! rider. I'ie.vule ridinjf mi
tnir >i.!��'��vdl"s i- u roiiiiiion prir .
tie... \\\- Kupe . nr nriv poliei.
������i.i") '''���'''t,,-,i) v t i ...ti liini ini- piviiiv \>-
! .-'npp.'il iii.fur.. ^'.iit.'Din. i.�� fTi'i
uti-ly injiifi-il     Wi' liii'i- in n t'T
r.':i-   uiii. ill,,     ilfiit'    b  \\     jipul'lj
bu! liti;l'.' :l��"���.��� 'I|>,'  ���j,r'"'*'>(
il/
Thii Dominiini tJ .veinmi nt  bn.
oidered   that   pnmmci-rn   I it n ��1< i ti v
tlirmifj;'!! (Juniulu h)i��'1 not le.iV'
io rbip ul tliin pari. Win iber
ever Ktioh im r.rbiirnry unler ? Vie
lo i'lir Inivi: tint much zip tn litem
if iln-y i I'ow thi.', The publii: bijil
...;" v.',..'.,.'!i vcii'-o-i'til tliiw litv
h %>..}���) ix- ! ���'" ly ' :d:e ;'"'"i 11 i\"'W
ly, As Sir Newton MoUi? i-.iys, \\v
Blnii'i tu lo >' u intM", de.il by thi?
tinfiiir dii'ditui mtl' n W'lntl \t
liHi j;w ii. ui jii'> i:,n ..* >-... ..-���- ������: '.   :'���
���'p'li-ing i u' ���"liippiun tniile if 'be
piiBiiwnor-mi! lo In'fi.-rced to pr��.-
c.i!(tl direct to Viiiiconvir. Tl.o
llovoriiuii'iit iiiiiyl be li.trus-iied iiim
i ill (lilm ll.'ij V.ltf.'i." C.l'di' :il nl:t'i-.
I i > i ot it i;.\". e l<> iilnnv lu it:i I
wrlcnii lu" i !'��� i c i'Ui b��i: j; tuV< i
��� \"n: < II '   N��'��'��.
,)ii.l}��"  liittla-r w,[A in liiwn un
vVuitneedm.
FOR SALE CHEA.'���A five
room eolti'ir.", on Penrith Avenue,
Apply id Ideul Store.
~~W)7ikT>^A piiir of liamlcnlTn
Apply ntllii* nllice. jmy for th's
������il uud get I lie ,,tlniili)n.''
LOST-A Gold Mnceabee I'in
representing n "Hcc," ' I'iudev
will pi vase return same to News
Offke.
FOR SAl.K���llousii   mid   I.
iicieH of   Inn i   on   Koy's   Rond
cl(iM��   to   town.   Teims   ij;]i)0.()()
down,  Imlimeii! iiKi/iflily.    Hon*
to rent.    Apply )'��� *>.   iiox   i-doj
or this niUi.'i'.
���^5
I, DRAFTS. -ISSUED AN   ANY.,  CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   AIAaJ
I'       A   \      "' "/'      OVER   THE, WORLD.'' "'���'*'!
I fspKCIAL'AT'rKNTION paid io SAVINGS ACCOUNTS"& intcreu I
H , r       i c
1 Ait'liighent Curn-nt Ratee nllnwcd.on Depot-its of $1 nr.cl-upwiirdB.
I .OUMBEULANT), B*. C , Bmnch, Opwn Daily      IT M. Morrisotj, Mgr!
= UNION FAY, B.C. Brancb, Open Tr.i'y.   . F. Ertvronlj, Kgr.   ."    |
| roTTRTENAY, .B. 0, Branch, Open Daily It. H  Hardwick,  Dffgr        |,
%MMiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii:uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii
p. Phillipps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
u i .    ���
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING
DUNSMUiR AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
V. BOflOtlR:
rni***+um imtttm
Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER
T. O. BOX -102
PH0N3 SO....
CUMBERLAND
if YOU GET IT AT   . PLIMLEY'S
IT'S ALL RIGHT
Get out in the open on an
i
Sftftf
WANTI'.D���Relial le agent lo 1
liuiidle     ir.iiim.      iiia.:��j;c5'cL.';. "
Wholefale price given   on   ma
ehiues to use  us   demotistrdtors
if  puTchasov    means   business.
Write, Thos    Plimley,   Victoria H. G,
You titvcr inctv tie
irw pyhllnrttlofa of
motoreyclinil till you
rid* the IndUa.���
e>{xcl��lly U��e 1913 lodUn.
Tlie now  comfort fctturei
mtko it more than ever tbo
1
FOU SALK ClaHAT���Ilubbci
ibvil ctirr, in {rood coHdJlinii.
with I'Xtrn n-i nf RU'i-Kiml
wlieil*1.   Ap['l) 'liis oHjci*.
TheOall
of the
Open
Comer, with tb�� months | f\
of Sjirinyj niulat Plimh'ys I'M
fvcn'fbinrr is mirtv for ihi: I tl
Cyt ]']>���-.]��� '<\\i(\ thc'Motorim,
The 'n)i.\, ''India:.' The
Motor < yclcs. The 1914
"DvtMlnnil" Cars unci ihe
.-tr.     mpfb'-It;   }
IIN'W^'/' perfect iti(iioi;>uc, Win.- .. ,;: y.A: .-''rv<,-i<* hv ihe
I >���^ * Hon end jolting don't exUt. .......l.iv 1. ,,Unff nviL'i.f'o -ill
Power, 8p��ed onJ Endumnce unerju.led) "f,lls ��' "��,nK ���*MI>  <*���
by eny other motoroyolt.   Coiti nest to j .ivvail   VOlir   cl OJCU.   Sfjnu
nolhlni( to mitintetn.   l7.����ler to ride then   ff...'r17a.-. , ..t^lm/un rn.rl'iv
��� bleycle.   Need* no -tentfe, .       fi      j IOI HO. CILUO^UO (0-na>,
Thos. Plimley
9 VTES STREET VICTOR?A, B. C,
tamtmi v TT >���^ ttaKasUB."^*!^
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