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The Cumberland News Jan 7, 1914

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"������������������' r  A aoyrnal Devoted E-S-peclaJJy, to the Interests of Comox District.  w** ���������-������������������m-j.T.'--wBAj^'i-*p^ Mwuiwro *  F'r  The N'kws, Twhntikth "Vrak  ^*tt>r*.,*^V*^l!ff'^"*������'IWB-^^  n Mil.iwmi  i mm   ii iiimiiii ii*iiw-*wii pjnVjmn-rriwTTiTi  ^Sb;" ^CUMIi ERRAND, .B. .cl, WKDNISSDAY, JAN. -7, :gi4  Subscription $i.oo a Ykar  THE BIG STORE  il  ���������H  iouiiit  "Whether "\o't arc  well dressed c r not is ,  determined more by  where you buy your  clothes than by what  you pay for them. ;  No matter what'you  pay us for. a suit you  may be sure that its  the' best lo be had for  the money; ' best in  material. workmanshipo  style���������every thing, and  that; you'll be"., well  dressed when you get  it ou.  I  ; A., very tmj<*yabUy .Ohriol-niaa  tree find social ��������� was* ���������lipid ���������in .tl.e  ���������rcliool hour-fi, Happy Valley, en  the afternoon of New* Yei������rU- day,  utuior tho au-fpiccH of. Mir.to fc"Un������  dny school. ' There woro present.a  hu-gt}. gathering of purente nud  friends of tho children, who had  ���������ometo r.how ,thtir appiecirtUmi  snd-'intoro-jt-tnkou in the good vork  dune by Mr. and Mr*?, iTonvo'Vi!.  the hut-u* of whom - occupied the  chair in iho; most able manner..  The- room was.,,tasti fully dut-oraiod,  for iho occasion, and conspicuous-ly  placed was "The Tree," well UI-.  en with gifts tent in advance by-  Santa   Claud.    Tho    proceed itig--'  Ofd Timer Passes Away  It is with luut'.li regret that we  announce the demise of Mr, John  i'i, Plkut, which took place at the  fitmilv residence on iho niy-lit of  January -i-lh, after a fow davs ill  noes, of pneumonia, .in. his f?'Jth  year.. The Lite Mr. I'iket was a  native of Kiipl'iml, ami had been  fur many U'ltrs a resident of Cumberland.   Ilo was a kindly whole-  ���������> 1**1       ������������������  sou led man*, and generous to a  fault. He is survived by a wife.  t\Vo sons ami tJn'<j-a-.l daughters;  Leonard,   Thomas,     Mrs.    Tims.  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  Hudeou, Union   Bay;   M.r.s. -duo.  opened  by "the company   pinging   M-iteuiy Q Vancbiiv-ji', . ami    Mrs.  tho  well km wn   hymn,  'Jt-r-US  \-  "'  i  I  ft  3  I.'  '4  I  The  more  i   man  knows  about'  good  clothes  aud  .correct  dressing     the  more  pleased  wc  are'   to  showy h  im our  stock.  He  recogu  zes   at  lio ves Mo," aft<r>hiib thy programme was roiuhrcd, and., was  heartily enjoyed by ihe large gathering.   ���������    .  sa-gj-'g''^  once the( perfection ,of  style and maletial in  every gaim'cut he sees  here!  I  I  - Mr. and Mrs.. J, B.  Reher   ar  rived home on Sunday.   a   SIMON LEISER& Go  if  ' 1 '*-*- "tTLlMfTED " ���������'  TWmuir Avei-W,    l'liONK itt, CUMBERLAND  -I  e-w-.r.VJ������l*'*������������*'*>*3J^^ 3  ���������u��������� ' ^i*-;-1jt^-^ityanrr. &r*tfirX^f*VKirT*'>MtrS*&0ns*'**������***.*a**,^iir*4k.a*z)ir H^'i+^i**^*^**liJ<'*xv**-*tjliil.r**'''i%s*.\-sti*uni  ���������*������*wj,^",,f!'J������rfr������  , Dr.'l-v'e'rydentist, will be in  Cumberland, January -r.j-th and  following days,  .<���������-  , If any proof was needed lo.  settle the rumors that have been  set in motion by certain iddividy  u'als iu the hope of securing temporary advantage' from, their  circulation the following telegram received New Year's Day'  by Manager Stockett of the  Western Fuel Company is all  that is required:  San Fiancisc'o, Cal. Dec' 31, 1913.  Thos. R. Stocketi,  Nanaimo, B. C, ��������� -  Directors \vi>ht'you Compliments of  the Season and ftnllier cndor.se your  __r���������i)(>liGV--iii-eoiin"eetioinviih���������th-e^inan���������  ajjcmeal of the .iff.iirs of  the Coin-  p'.iny duj-ing year now   clo-jing   and  *  which they expect to   be ��������� continued  ��������� in the luiure." "������������������ , ... y" \  ,,  ''   JDH'N'*"'L.'iiO\VAR'"b,t  Piebidei!!.  Noel McFarhme, Nanaimo.  Ilio funeral."which was largely  atte.ndetl took phtce on Wednesday  afternoon, Rev. I*ranLlm-Watson  oilicitititniv The Fraternal Or  ders of -lho Knights ,,of Pythias  and "fhii Indcpendenl Order (f  Oddi'ellowp, of which the .deceased had been for many years a  meiii'H'.r,   also in ember's of Ite-bok  For Ladies and Children  .vi|  A Full Assortment of the Ladies' ilome Journal  Patterns Now in Transit.  '���������!"*>������*���������<���������  .J-5-' *  We have also the Newest .and  Rest in  ah Lodno were in a'teii'Ianco.   9 ��������������� '  More than a   thousand tons of  ���������""���������las*** will be used   in   tlie   construction of the buildings at   the  Panama Pacific International Kx  position. 550 Ions having already  beiu*?" t-outr ictcrl for to   be   used  Oil ei-^lit of ihe main.exhibit pai-  'ices.    In the Machinery   Palace  alone there arc 28,000   panes of  glai*s iu tin?, facades now  installed and   65,000   square   feet  of  glass iu the skylights,    When it  is considered Hint   1,000   Ions of  glass iu panes af average thick  iiei*s would cover au   automobile  road, ci;.*;ht feet wide, from   San  Francisco to Los Augelo.'i, ;���������* dis  fine*) of 500   ujiles,    and   leave  quite a bit over,   MMue   idea   of  the immensity of  t'm-sc   figures  may be gained.    Sixteen f-uvign  nations.--RnshiA, Kuglaud, d'er  many, Fraud.*,   Italy,   Jk'ljiiiuu,  Dcnniar!', Ilolhuuli Spain, Portu  gal. Norway,   Sweden, Switzerland, Austria Hungary and Australia, -have tentatively accept ���������  od an in'i'.ation lo send troops to  an ii.let national   encampment at  the    Imposition.    A     military  louruanieiil, in which soldier.'-W  tin so na'ions will vie   with   the  boys ot Uncle Sam. is being ar-  raiigx'd by tlm Wai   Di'paiimcni,  i">n S'lturday evoniny about 8 o/"lnc*k,  Mr'. K. W. Cirroll, who has boen **lav-  injj with his brotlier, M,:. W J., Carroll  for the prist six 'mc-i'ilis,' yot ��������� up*nnd  w.-ilki-d out of the loti'C and has nit  been ������.cen since. About ten o'clock the  family j-oi alanlicH at his absence and  i-iK-'iiries instiluied. All.. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday ami Wednesday, ���������.-.e.ircl -  iiitftpanies t-cot.red tl.e m-iyhboilun d  but, absolutely no trace of him has been  Itttincl. 1J is y un is niisainy from i:s accustomed place, and cannot ho located  He was not in very j.,o.id l-.e*.i*lli, I ut  was workinj'* at the new church, 1,111 i!  last week, when he complained that llie  smell of the paint made him sick, and  he bad stayed nl home, coinpl.rniny of  a pain in his head for a few days,���������  Tho (Ji)iirienay Review of Jan. i.-,t,  In answer to a telephone ciK'uiry 011  iMuntiiiy aAernoon, Mr. Carroll stated,  that no clue as to the whereabotus of his  brothei' had been found. We tnr.i ih.it  the mjsloiy ni.l snciil> be solved,  and  ���������Nanaimo lie raid  The above does not look much like  a surrender on the part of the Western  Fuel Company.-  -Ed.  -4S**   LOST---lh-ooch; g'ulci circle  of oak leives, ' Jtoturti ��������� to thi*1  ofllco-���������Reward.  Ottawa, Jan. 3.���������A report on strikes &  lockouts which occurred.in Can.id 1 between 19111 12 has been issued by ihe  department of labor. It shows tli.it the  strikes for ilia twelve yeais have miro-  beri'd'i.iK;, an average of no annually.  The employees i-onccrned in those  snakes have numl.iere������*i 319,880,  The time lost in the i.trikes diirinj- the  twehe j oars falls some-Ahat under nine  million days, 1 lie annual avciaj-e bi:ir.������  about thrce-t'iiartcrs ol a million <la\s,  Estiiiiatini,' ihe value in round terms of  one day's labor at .1*2.50,  ihe annual inss  Ihat the nibsinj' ...an  will  tun.   up   ah j f<������' ^l^X^X.^X^uX^'  lijjht,  ~.v���������  T \  Mr. und Mrs p, |',   Urnrisou atrived  lii>in<'. fioiu \'ii������ii.iii.i on "iiiuuay.  Mr. and Mri. .Wns  Mawvcll   li.iveie  tinned fioni Siaivli 1'iaiiie, Waslnu^ti.n,  . & .  Chief ol  Police  L'has.    Mu!hira,ol  Vaiitouver, is dead .'.Iter a lone, illness,  Mr. W. W, Willard arrived   home on  .Sunday from Nan ih.n.  Air. P'J. Dolieny,  for ncveral  VOfii'fi bai'lciidei' at tiie Ncli-on Ilo-  two and twenty-three millici'i dollais.  Go1 den   Down 'n,*' pi'iiifipal  of  in {.',11 ;-icIuki|  Ilii,-*-     l'l-.'l'''lll!  ll|M  ponitiuii ami ha:-* loft for Victoria  To, The Electors of  The City of Cumberland.  Ladies and Gentlemen: ���������  At a meeting of the Cumberland Citizens "Vot-rs f-eagne,;- wo,  were reqnesttd to offer oureelves  as alde*rmen' for '101-1."  ," ATtoFciueHioTrsilleratloii' we Ivwu  consented to do so, nnd request  yuiirhtvvr.fy support ami c.) operation to Pt-cure our election. .  ,-We shall af all fiines e'hdeav'or  to''-conduct the, affairs of the city,  so as to further its progress, and  in the best inlerepts of its citizens.  The city's finances require immediate attention, and wo nhail,  Jf elected, make ovory"> effort- to  have thom placed on a jiroper basis.  Tho present street lights are nn  satisfactory, but with a   simtll ex-  t- *  pondilure can lu; made to render a  much belter  service.  Tho health and saiiiiulioii of llie  city --hall receive careful nl tent ion.  and a m<>i'o   sanitary   method   of  ���������������'  disi.osini'' of n*<lio$, o-urbiiiro   etc,,  ishall ho adopred,  Ail   other   necessary     mal.lert.  shall ho coiwddnied as oeeasion ro  (luirep,  Thus, 1*1, Ijiinlcs  duo, S. I'rown  D.'li.  AJi'Dniinld  (.'has, lYti'ithuiii  A. Cr. Slangliror'  W. W. Willard.. .  "-Dark- Plaids,. 6oc," 75c  and $'1.50 yd.  Dress Serge", black with white stripe,  .58 inches wide, $3   per yajd  Other, Serges at $1 and $1.25 per yd  "A .few Dress Lengths,  one   only   of  each pattern;.   Blouse Goods, assorted  shades, silk stripes;    Silks and Satins*-j  in all. the wanted shades. *  i Call and look over  our Dress Goods  Department nnd   select pattern  to suit any   garment desired ,  MACFARLANE BROS.,   LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  & S8J&&I01 &&8������!&&!BZ^  vu.������M-&4*MW.w>n*.*M.j,M.r.,N������:M.t*nMfcs  .MUWJWBM <m ������   ir*/���������  Tin- CS it v Cou mil  lid not   Iml  ni'i!  I,  Mrs,      Piirkinson,      icaip.'ons;  Junius' Hospital Anxili'ii'V, couch  tel, Union May, Imt imw tempor. j ,,,���������' | ,l(1 diairs; Iir. Miteisan-ili.  arily of Deniimn Muiid, will! fori, fip;tr.-': \)\: Jln-l*:-, aw. nt-:  le.'Wo thi;'!. wei'k on ajili .'iiiirofrij) to '  Vimcniiv-M', A'ieto'-in ami IieaitJo.  j\fi*-s Ili'MWii, m:itrou lT, A*  Hospital di.'sii'i'.'i to aehuowl ii;:y i iheii r->nn]n:* ������������������������������������.��������� -io;i mi Miinmiv  with tiianl*;.! the lollowing dui'.a- uigh.t. but will meet un l'lidny  timis:���������Mrs, .\iacl'iii'liini', Ximii* uighl m rteeive llie aiiiiiinl (iiiim-  eitku; Mrs. !������'. .luiii!H. X.mn-������ cul'i-jj cinUtaiunu'iii, which ii, iu the  air*-. K. J. I.'ie.kai'd, Xinat* (iilie;  Mrs.  W'oo'.Ih. (mI<c nnd  piuldii.<;'-:;  Xi'lson, I). C. Dee, 2U.~-The  j-.e.oplo of Nelson lodfty agnin declared their adhereiiee lo llie principle of niiinimpal ownership,  when thoy voted lo purchase tho  street railway eyfiteui whiuh has  been operated foi sonm years by a  priviiipcoinpiuiy, the. vole being  -10-1 lm* and Si- nj.f-iinf.t, The  city also owns its own wtiter-  works sysr-'in, a-dOOO horse powor  li yd 1 o. electric'pi. int. ami mi Thuri*  ib\\ take ovt'i" th" ffiit jihint winch  lin.'i i-i*-!u tiperati-d a-s a t > * - ������ ^:: ���������!.���������'** en.  Ici'piie fi.r ihe |'li:-:t tmi . \*;ai>,  iml which' was rccntly inirclmseil  by the ciiy. Nelson i** the only  ciiy in lliiii-h O'diiinbia owniu-j;  ils mis pliml nnd soon will   be the  lirst and only one owning ita  street 'car cyst em. It is also ono  of tht'Tew cities owning its own  electrics plant.  Mr. Joe Stewart, son of Mr.  and Mr.i. Jmues Stewart arrived  home from Meuzics Hay ou Wed  Destiny of last week ou a short  vaeutiou.  The Rev. Joiiu K, Starr, com*  uiii.siimer of tho Juvenile Court,  Toronto, since its establishment,  tIn-re, died on December 24'1������,  lollowing an operation I'or appen-  diei'is. Mr, Starr had been  pastor of llie old , I'andora Avenue Me'hodist chu-rli, Victoria,  about twenty five vear.s uuo.  liaiuls of tlio  nu Midi',  c  CAMPBEL  ���������ttmi������tjmi.1 _> ,     .-.uii-Hi-iitW  ill Mi. n'oiin iMuUl.e'iVs, Vancouver, fornierly of ibi;- place, i:; re  ,-*idcul su recoil ut I?cv.iin.  (Jiaudpa -'Dick-'anivcd home  on Wednesday evening last. IVoui  a visit to his fumily at Victcria.  Me letuint-d via Vancouver.  l)o will J lave to ;\0 J cine to butt  '���������Dad'' in the ^raiitlpaHnc.  WOOD FOlt SALK I'lu-uc  LB 0, T.Pierce, Mi������to.  iilih.i bcLii'lco V. I'icUIch, nl  Dulliiwiu I.i-land, will slin.'lly lmive  mi a plc-K-urt! trip to Sound Cilii's,  W*  c widi   N\v������  pleasant time.  I'ickle.-i    n    vcrv  I  *>--���������  V.-!  Mr. K J,   Ilundcu is in town.  /'ir. 'Did Mi-'. Sam   Mcl.t'od, oi j  1  .'i..;!iV* ;', :;iv.   |n*l\'    i.li <i   >n-,it.  tn.  Mr. and Mrs. hnc-Unl, fin key j *���������  and fowls; iN(,r. furl Mr.; Clinton, j ������  ���������^uobc;Cuopc-rutivu aiiwlci'l. muiu'c: : jj|  Mr. Slaun;l>!(ti', turkey; Idcul  Stoi'i-, fruii; Campbell lli'i-., a-  i-ui'tod fruit uud liiUh; Maci'.ir'iiiie  I ',\'<f-    lei in ; ���������"���������'!.���������' " ,',-���������;  .      '.  ..      1.  Mits   iJi'nwu    nh'i.i   Nvislu*.-    i'o  to i haul:  all who donated   l"i -*���������--- - - s ---  atel ii-adit'';   mutter   diii-ii'*'   i!--'  year;  Mr, MeJ.t'.-Jii   hciti-*;   i-.-i"*ei  idly  nioiith  K.^. W-fc^-VV/"*  tlioiu.-'!i'.l'nl  S  H  1^  ;-i  Early Spring Shipments  in Laces and Embroid-  cricj, also ilie new ual  models in do a la OS-race  crsets  IU'llJ.-'.i'.r*ll      In      hlijipivi.'i', I Ai  V  imifurdin"-     A    "' ���������' ���������  '     ^  I thanks i-> iiin������ t" nii v I*.  .'W)':���������-. Me.I.eMiiV parents,   Mr.   am! \ ""," *" "" ' ' ", ' '  ...,., 1 i|,l"l to    'he   Jjn-j;:i..l  .drs. I).  Ilumimi. j f    .  .        .        !  , JUliiJ tllioli|i|:uiil i!H* \ <..".*  ! ������������������'  lit  ...... ������Vj  . .^..i.^.^..������-������.������  ~* k..  -il*-'  \~*  ���������*���������?;.  *   i\   n   it f*r'*'*-\ y-**** r"rm t     I     z"1  ?  IV.  -"������-*-������ ���������T \"  LL?S3i4  II    *  t. " Jj:  THE tffiWS. C.Tm'RTCTTiA'NT*), B. C  HAVE YOU  CATARRH? /���������' ������������������������-"���������  ���������������..���������������������������.,-,���������- ���������M^MMJ breathing  inipaired? Does your throat  Set husky or clogged?  Modern science proves that  these symptoms result from run  down health. Snuffs and vapors  are irritating and useless. You  should buildyourgeneral health  with the oil-food in Scott's  Emulshn-'ils nourishing  powers will enrich and enliven  the blood, aid nutrition and assimilation and assist nature to  check the inflammation and  heal the* sensitive membranes  which are affected.  Scott's Em ulsion  will raise your  standard ol health  to correct catarrh.  Shun alcoholic mixtures  and insist on SCOTT'S  ���������������������������'���������'������������������Ha'^^  "3=C  AMENDS1  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punahon  Wim, Leek A C������, LhnftsJ  ���������Under), M������lb������urn������ *\ Teronto-  s������  "33S=  (Cout'  ued)  CHAPTER XXVII . -  Greatest Love  Iin-side this house, which3 for sonic  ���������flays past slit, had been in tho habit,  of .visiting daily, Dora Rose had now  established a position of her own, so  that she was permitted io como nnd go  unquestioned. -  At iirst Dtirrtud and liis accomplices  had plotted against her, hut she faced  them boldly and convinced them that  _flny hurt offered twher would bo in-  BtalrtTy avenged,lrnil~t]so*TMt~riv?rc"  wiis .nothing fjie intended less than  ������.o take any steps" agnin'-t them so  long as Wilton "Mayne lay there ill.  Ho was indeed very seriously ill,  ���������ud as liis weakness increased so did  tho strength of the Hilly man ppsi-es--  6I011. ' Almost nil the time now ho  was Billy "Man, most degraded and  reckless of ruffians, and only when  Jloru was with him did there over appear any hint of the Wilton Mayne,  personality. But one curious thiiig  that Dora, noticed and that gave her  ���������no-roe hopo was that during these Viriei!  .glimpses of his Wilton "Mayno self, ho  ���������"seemed to havo some glimmering of  his slate, nnd would even appear to  draggle faintly to keep the Billy Man  pofisession away.  Can you cusi out devils? he a/ilfeil  Dora once,  By prayer nnd by fas-Imp;, she aiis-  worcd.  Then pray and fust, lie murmured,  for do you know, Dora, 1 think thore  ts ono takes posac-feskm of nio I'ome-  < lines���������or why am 1 here, Dora? for  . this is not whore I live.  IL was almost invariably the cam j  that immediately ul'ter any fuieh -;*,iim-'  mov of light tho Billy Mann person,  etllty would return with greater force  Mian over; and he who a minute bc-  Toro had boon tin* gentlf* and noble-  minded poet would change In t-lie  tAvinkling of an eye into ihe. evil nnd  roeklesri   oui law    deserted   of    Clod  PRESERVE  IABYS SIN  1  tt -A,!* X J* ���������    I  w       *   ���������*   I  'rX\t ''W'n    '  twri  / j-"Uv ~  I  Assisted whon necessary oy  Cuticura Ointment.1 They  keep the skin and scalp clean  and clear, sweet and healthy,  besides soothing irritations  which often prevent sleep  and if neglected become  chronic disfigurements.  . I���������u||ci:Mr.,.*.-������������rirtOlf.lMM,l tit* ������<'l't ii.c. !��������������������������� ������������������������������������*���������  " llt������*..f|.l. A IUn.Tiil -iiint/l" <'t * ������������������*-������������. villi :u-i*i.*  |������jcl>tnn O.n c������i������������l..J irrmiirfni i>r ii.ii nm. m, |  ���������ft'p.fnipo-ii-ffo, AiMrnU'-iMir l-'rut,-* > :.���������:.,  Cwy., J'-**-/', iii, ln������li u, I ���������' ��������� ���������*���������������  W. K. U. 077  and man, who would evo"'' hurl his  curses at her as she sat patiently bv  his bedside.  ���������On this occasion, when Thorold had  accompanied. Dora to . tho . neighborhood, she was -net in the passage'by  "Mrs. Crool-.es,, who welcomed her with  a malign grin'.   *  Ho is bad to-day she' said, no one  dares go near him." She put tip her  hand and felt the side of her head  ruefully: , That was the ^late,' she  snid, 1 dodged (ho bottle, but the plate  look me fair and. square.  Bora had already had experience of  him under the influence of one. of  these ills of violence in which he was  a danger to himself and to all wound  him but she went' on* unhesitatingly.  She was almost at lho door when Mrs.  t.'rookes  called hor grudgingly:  1 wouldn't go in, miss, if 1 was you  --he is jn ai* awful nasty mood. He  was talking of-you and swearing he  would strangle you if you come a-  nigh him'again, lie seeim- in a terrible n-.tsty mood--and specially set  against you, miss.  Thai is because he is afraid ot me,  said Bora, with a sudden light in her  eyes.  ��������� She opened lho door and entered,  and immediately he sere'iimeil out, at  her a, volley of fowl oaths. Taking  no notiee she drew nearer and he lay  back on liis bed, suddenly quiet, and  watched her*with sullen vicious eyes.  Uo was so greatly changed thai  I those who had known him best would  have found ii diflicult to recognize the  brilliant young poet in this, wasted,  hollow-eyed man. lie-, looked years  older, his face was marked ���������and lined  with evil suddenly grown prominent,  his mouth had taken on a sinister  downward' twis', like a y.srmanent  s'-arl that gavo ait impress-ion of wickedness and defiance lo the whole face.  Tho eyes, too, had become bloodshot,  and peeped from behind" half closed  lids with a kind.of cunning ferocity  that entirely changed their expression.  The face was altogether base and hideous; it' did not show <jq much as a  hint of.anyfhing that was not evil.  * For some minutes ha lay ;jtill while  Dora stood by his bedside, looking silently down at him. At last he moved impatiently as though her steady  watchfulness annoyed him, and then  he said:  Why have you come to trouble me  again?   ,  *  'Ah, he said with wicked triumph,  but it is.I���������1 am Billy Man. and Wilton Mayne.is gone for over.  Not for over, she said, for lie will  como back to no.    -  lie is gone now. at. nny rate, he  grinned, and here is Billy Man. He  leered at her horribly.,' A fine girl I  don't think, he said, and added something too horrible to be repeated and  thai. Dora hardly- understood, though  slio.shiuIdc-rc-T at if." *     -"-  JJti'sh, hush, she said.  lie laughed again triumphantly.  Don't that, show you, he said, how  far away Wilton Mayne has gone?  Why do you still .1 rouble me?  Because, Bhe answered, however far  he has gone, ho will return, and suddenly she called hiiu, her voice and  her oyi*H wero full of tender love.  Wilton Mayne, Wilton Mayne, she repealed softly, clearly   insistently.  Curse you, he r.hrieked, writhing  on the bod; curse you, be (niiel.  But fihe paid him no heed, and  kneeling bcvlde him with her -steady  eyes on his she still called, insistently, sweetly, longingly.  Me writhed upon the be-,1 like one  tormented, Each time she said the  name it was like a froHli pang, he  cursed, ho swore, bhu-phi'iiicd oven;  bul through the loudest of his cries  she still whispered the name of Wilton  Mayne; ho tried to strike her but she  took no notice of the blow, which was  Indeed light, for ho .y>���������v^ very weak.  Hi ill she continued to call Wilton  Mayne by all (ho power and tho .sweet-  lies'- of her love and her great, pity,  Hornething seemed to urge her on, to  tell her ihln was her last hope, the  hist chime*, vouchsafed her. She per.  KitUed lill ho fell back on the bed and  groaned out:  Bo you want, r*. kill me, the.!)? I  tun too weak to ���������itund till.*-.  In mill) hiu lV.ee- was ghi'.Mly. ami  his breath ciiiiie In great gasps, while  every inuseln of hiu I'uo'i fpilv-c.-roil.  But Dora did not onum, though she  b:hv hiu o.vhr-.ur.tlor*. plainly.  Wilton, Wilton   Wilton, sho repented.     Wilton Miiyw'.  . l,'.\ nil,- ;*Ioi:e, groan?*/! out I In* mail  u)ion tho bed; would you destroy lue?  I .."I  :uu alone, 1 pay, for \ou torment!  II e.  But  Ihe h-ul't ciiiu..]   of   her * \oir*"  novel* ceiiticd, the ng.iny of her lonn-  in*-*, lu call him back iicu**' n-laX'-il,  Him cvi n I'iniipi'lli'd him to turn tu  liiee iIn; (| -'in- love In her ey'ivi,  I'm* you know J line ymi, Wilton,  Him whli-iiiTei), unit on a Midden she  WHS nwiii'i' that Hie rliiilige had come.  Ilo hlilvei'id and grew nil)!, nml iheii  ntll'l'tiii'd hinn ill' out till lie lay like  a t-iii'piii' and ro for a nuiiiuul or two  he ,.l'i'liiatliei|, Then he nnlli'd, ami  Hi.*. ''Inl'-lH' Uvl'il of Iii* mo'illi I'b'iip-  piai'i'd. nnd I lie t-yr ;���������. grew npeii and  i'i auk, and (lie who!.' i'xpr<������>lnii -!"'���������  ranm il!'Ti:ri".il. (HI -It reenii'il tn Dora  Hml a r,.*v,' man v.i.s being bom In*-  ni'iilli In r eye!'.  oii, Wiliuii, Wiliim, sin* I'l'li'd and  began tn i-'nii, um! he put out Ids iiainl  '        ���������    I        .    .      ,,  1,-,.|v  ......   ������   \\'i\y. Horn, drur Dova h" nmrniui-  oil. wiitit Is llm iniutir'.'  ( am hu happy, Kin* Miniuiaivd, .'im.  ilu J)  if-ho i*\pt rli-iifi-il a  :*������'****j->t'*"i <"  great triniiiph, for Hils wut* ihe t'n'*-''  lime :-hc  had  i ver  pivvclled  by   her-       ��������� ���������     ��������� if, *��������� iv:i  , .  , I    .1 Hi,    ^1 . .-.  > ������������������     ...  inn .M-'iyiie iiinl ilrlv.;p away Hi" *ii'wr  alb u per.'i.iiiilliy by, tn> It ������:i*<-iind Hie  I'nrci. of I.or own l'i\e. t>,i prevloun  (.(���������ciihluii.'.    (lie    change    hi ������'    (ihvayH  J'f'i llil'll   li> I'llllii' Of IU DWJI  ill'llll'lj. l't-  Hu nlToi-ieii oi Vu'.-tciii'd  by  b'r ef-  1*. i*. ',. i'".: '.!' h"' ��������� lad Mi'���������rwl'-il  nm**', v. ;,y *.-!i(iii|il *.|ii- not be iihl" '���������'  : :j..'. * J ';<]\'"iy--" Ymi hn*1 alwn>  ii.. \Vil!.:.i ."MiiM.i' I.i.'-'.. ill ' laid !��������� n-  ilcrly, i'nd I'.iit (iHiei* ih:*,l[ ii.'Ve,- ruiiU"  I .u'li .ii   in'.  lli'l  \vi.i j, i-J,���������   ii)..i"..*.l ;,t   hiin'li  wiu*  Hilly Man t In -1 |n"'|iiil inoi-kiiigly hi  ii'i- i'i ,iu i.i *, i ..���������'*', .uni ii-i-mi .1 "i������  i. i .',.,.', ,'...- ���������..���������'.' .,���������!���������, io ' in 'bee tn  tall Ji.ii-1; \\.];on iitui ili'vj aw.iy hi:i  CRAMPS AT NIGHT  REQUIRE PROMPT REMEDY  Agonizing Pain Prevented by- Keeping  Nerviline Handy'on the Shelf  A  CASE   IN   POINT  ILLUSTRATED  Deadly cramps���������the symptoms are  not to he mistaken. Suddenly and  without warning tho patient experiences such ngony in the stomach ns  (o contort'the countenance'and cause  him to cry aloud for help.  Then it is that the wonderful power of. Nerviline can make itself: fell-  it cures so quickly.  "Dast summer 3 was striken with a  frightful attack of cramp?. I feared  the pain in my stomach would kill  mc.  ''My, eye..*"- bulged out and the veins  in my forehead stood out like whipcords.  "My cries aid acted a neighbor, who  camo to my assistance, and in a moment or two handed mo half a lea-  spoonful of Nerviline in sonic sweetened water.  "It seemed as If'an angel had charmed away the pain.' In lea second-*-. 1  was well.., Nerviline has a wonderful  name in this locality, and is considered best for cramps, diarrhoea, flatulence, stomach and bowel disorders. I  urge all my friends to uso Nerviline.  "MANLl-lY M. LEGARDK;  "Williamsburg."  No homo, is safe or can afford to  miss tlie mai.ifold advantages ol having Nerviline on lnnd in case of accident or emergen*, sickness.. Large  family size bottles of Nerviline, .OOc;  trial size, "."."e, all dealers, or The Cat-  avrhozono Co., Buffalo, N.V., 'and  Kingston, Canada.  other, -fouler self,  ��������� So for nearly an Hour, ���������? silent bat-  He raged by that bedside, ami did rhc  relax her attention for a moment, then  the Billy -Man self came pooping back  and had once more to be driven away.  It. was as if her love were a powerful  weapon indeed, but one that needed  iu be- constantly employed; even if for  an nstant she relaxed il as it were,  or 'ceased io hold it over him' like a  shield, then Wilton Mayne would begin to slip from her grasp, and Billy  Man came sneaking back. It came to  her with a sense, of horror tliat the  strain - was exhausting Ler. that she'  could not go on like Uiis for very  long. But in spite of "her fatigue she  persist od; sin- begin ��������� io feel that 'victory might be hers.  Wilton, Wilton, (-.He S'i-d, you are  mine now.  Khe put her hand towards'him and  she fell him kis-j it. Dora, he said,  speaking almost for the lirst time,  "what lTaliH*riujpTn"TrdT :Wirero���������ani���������1-V-  l.'or 1 have a feeling, he said' slowly, as  though you had drawn ine out ��������� of a  deep pit.    ,,  Von are 'mine, she whinnered, you  are mine now.  He kissed her hand again.  Dora, he said, is thcrj n-.it. a devil  called Billy Man tl at you have driven qui of me?  She looked al l.im without speaking,  amazed and-fearful, for this; was t.he  first time- he had ever referred lo his  olliei' self.  A devil"called J-"lly Man, Wilton  continued, ihat you have driven out  of me---bnt he wlUjomrn.  1 will'drive hint away again, said  Dora.  lie will 'return,  ,1 will drive him away, said Dora  once more.  But he will velum yon cannot, always watch, Wilton murnuued as ir  speaking more to himself than.to her.  Ilo i-hiil) not, n.*ium' said Dora, between her teeth; and you must, help  and you must keep him away.  Mow can 1 when he is myself? lie  said to her,  All, no, no, no. she walled In despair, do not say that.  (To bo Continue".'.)  Too 'Late  A certain legal luminary, though  a good administrator of tho law In  other respects, was no'ted for the way  ho got mixed in his charges to the  jury. On one occasion a case was  tried before him, the points of which  may \;e briefly stated thus:  Smith brought a suit against Jones  upon a promissory note given for a  horse. Jonas' defence was failure of  consideration, he averring that a*t tho  time of the uirchaso. the horse- had  the slanders of which lio died, and  that Smith knew it. Smith replied  that the horse did not have*the glanders, but tho distemper, and that Jones  knew, it when ho bought him.  The judge thus charged tho jury:,  *'Gentlemen of'the Jury: Pay attention to the charges* of the Court. You  have already mado one mistrial of  this caso because yon did not pay attention, and 1 do not want you to do  lt again. I intend to make it so clear  to you (his time that yoti cannot possibly -make any mistake. -This suit  is upon a note given for a promissory  horse. , I hopo you underntand. that.  Now, if. you And that at the timo ot  the sale Smith had iho glanders and  Jones knew it, Jones cannot recover  and thai is clear, gentlemen.. 1'will  state it again. Jf you find that at  tho lime of tho sale Jones had the  distemper and Smith 'knew it, then  Smith cannot possibly recover. But,  gentlemen, I will str.ie It a third time,  so Uiat. you cannot possibly make a  mistake. If at" the time of the sale  Smith had'the glanders, and Jones  tho distemper, and ihe horse knew It,  then neither Smith, Jones, nor the  horse (."tin recover.  The jui'.y disagreed.  Don't Submit to Asthma.' If you  suffer without hope of breaking the  chains which bind you do not put. off  another; day the purchaso of Dr. ,f. D.  Kellogg's Hemedy.. A trial .will drive  away all doubt as lo _its efficiency.  The sure relief ilia! come.: will convince you more than anything that  can be written. When help Is so  sure,. why suffer? This matchless  remedy is sold by dealers everywhere.  They had been talking as they walked through tlie leafy groves of Choro-  okee Bark. She had remarked pathetically: Oh, it must be terrible to a  man to be rejected by a woman.  Indeed it. must, was"his response.  Then after a'while, with sympathetic ingenuousness,, she exclaimed*:  li doesn't i.eem that 1 could over  have the heart to do'it.,.  And then came a silence between  them as he thought it over.  '    '1  Edltorl.il Wriggling  The following from a North Dakota  paper must lake its placo among Ihe  classics of editorial apology.  Wo wish to apologize to Mrs. Orlando Overlook. In our paper last  wcok'We'ha\l as.a heading: Mrs. Overlook's Big Feet. The word we had  ought to have used is a French word  pronounced the same way, but spelled  fete, lt means a celebration and is  considered a very tony word.. *  Not His Fault  Don't blamo mo, judge, your honor,  for appearing before you in this condition.     My wife.'.'rove nio to drink.  Sho did, .c-l*.?,How ilid sho do it? .  ��������� Well, she kept naggiug at me to  go out and look for a-job till I got  so blamed nervous aud upset that 1  didn't havo no con'nol over myself.  Minard's Liniment Co., Lid.  Gentlemen ���������In July 3005 I was  thrown from a road machine injuring  my hip and bac'." badly and was  obliged io use a crutch for H months.  In Sept. 1000 Mr. Wm. Oulridgo of  Lachuto urged mc lo try MINARD'S  LINIMENT, which I ; did with the  most satisfactory result;* .md today I  am as well as ever in my life.  Yours sincerely,  " ' his   ���������  M'.Vn'lJEW  x  EA1NES,  mark:  An niiinont, but nuhor eccentric.  author woro it btisinei-s null with 1m-  miiculati- white kid gloves when ho  called on hoiuo frleiuis who wore  proud piirents ol a /-mnll Hon.  Tiie little buy seemed to be much  lillrnekd by the caller and Htnyod  close by bin chair all tlio (lino.  You like to i:t:uid by Mr. L nnd  hear his funny storiei-!, don't you, At-  ihnr'.' in-ik, il  bin  l'.itht'i-.  N.i; his liiiudi* Hlilell jilf-l like our  ���������iuti'ni'*,.il!i\ replhil Arthur.  FAMILY OF FIVE  All liidulflocl Freely From liifnncy  )i Is a euiiimo:! fl'li)': In this country in see wli.di' fuiullli'ji .'���������/���������'owing up  with iiervoun "syiiti'iim weakened by  ten and cnil'ci' ill inking.  'flint U bi-einiru inimy paronl!" ilo  mil vi-all/.i' thut u-ii and coffee contain n drug ���������.���������al'feiiie���������whleli I'niiHi'K  Ihe itoulile. t'l'lu i.aliie dru ; Is found  lu  i.ii.)  "Thore are live children iu my fiim-  lly," wrli'-a a Wenieni nu-ilnr. "all of  whom drank miT. o I'm in Infancy up to  IWO J''.'I I'll  ll,".'i.  "My liui'.biind uud 1 bad In art trouble and wen-, inh Jkc.! to ipilt coffee,  We did i-.i und iii'i-'an in imc I'ohtum.  ���������;,',      ���������     'i.i.-.--   trldi-.'it   m.-dlediie  :-,���������.��������� \i\-c (������������������iMi'i-lv I'l'llevi'il of heart  ivnible.  (Ci'.rr..ill.-' ������������������iUliit'H ].,::r\ Innibln v.lirn  I'oiitiiiiiii'I) ni'i'il ;���������',-. iii '-.<���������''���������('-''; ilvlii!;-  in:-*, i.  'our cli-vi ii -yc'ir-iild h'*���������.*- hud a weak  111,4     1 lillll     1Hl|"     1III..I,     iw.M     .. -   '      ..'....,'  (���������i-'iveil aiid war. given coi'i'ee. When  we Hi-uigi'-! i.i I'ot-iui.i l.c like It ami1  wo. gave blm ull lu- wiuiii'.l. Ho him  be ii v-'t.uiri il io ..' alili by l'u*-.tiim and  i'i ill \\lu>,i it."  Nimi."  f'1'.Mi   by   Ciuifi-'liiUi   IV.st'im  I'll,   \\ IH.'Mil',   lint. W '..'.<    '���������',,���������   '-',,1-   '.It-  ip. bunk, 'The UiiiiiI lo WHUU'.e,"  I'.it-iiii.i i .ii...., i.i t"..i ;'.ii'. ��������� -;;  Rtnul.ir   PodttlMt��������� I.HIrt   In-  ln.il. (I.  Ir.st^nl Pettum If .< i-obibb' imwiler.  A   It ;ll p.KUil'.ll   (li.Ml'.M.l   ipiicl.ly   i;i   ti  mil ������if bm v.,iter tu.'l. v.U1.. i'i'.;r,ii and  f.i'.'^r, i.'iik������"������ a ii iiii'.un bi ii'Mii'.i: in-,  ���������if.-t.iHy.    (Iiui'iM*"- i'i 15 Jmili '��������� i;d <.  ���������'T!.'-"''" .t reu-'iti' t-ir ������   ��������� "im.  Amusing Jim  She was a very little girl, and she  -ha-d-e.ha-i'g������*H)f~ii*^ull-smalloi^oji,Jiix  baby bivtlu.r.' Jim. Timidly- approaching one of.the ticket office windows at Junction,-she a?kcd liov,- much  ihe fare was io Now..York*. The  clerk told-her and s-,he moved away.  Hut presently , sho returned and  made the i-anie innocent impiiry, once  moro to bo informed with the same  courtesy. A few minutes later she  was thero again.  Look here, my little girl, said the  clerk, this is the third time you've  aK'ted me the same ipicslion,  Yes, sir, said ihe littlo girl, 1 know  that; bul Jim likes to seo, you pee])  our, at your window because there's  a lot ������f bars across if iind he says if  is just'liko being nl (ho y.aa.  Great Invention  Mandy, what did your husband say  abou' the scenery of New Youk Ciiy  aiid its environs?  Nothing; all ho talked about,, was  the uwfulness of tho style?, of dress  the, women wore.  $1C0 REWARD. $100  Tlie rfid.'i'f* of till.-, jmpor will ,.a  ploiiM.'.i 10 l������nni "that tliero ia ut least  iilio Oi't'iiil.'d illsei.Bj that sclenco bun  1 ecu -ilii.' to cv-ei in nil Us I'lnucs, nml  ihat Im ('atnc' 'Jail'-) Cninni" i.Miro Is  tlio nn'.v porll'vc imi'o now known to  tlio inoiUciil rriitcnilty. Calnri'ij bi'lng* n  noiiMtluitlonnl (Uhcuh'*, ronnlroH u consul-  tmlonal Iroataicnt. UiUI's CntiiiTli Curo  ie Inkin Internally. u (llrecily upon  tho ,'���������������������������"'. nml niucotiH fiurfiicea of tlio  f-vptnm, tlK'ivby iI-.'sU-05'Iiib tho foiuula-  tiun of llie- dlmnise. uinl glvlnu tbo piillent  fili'i'ii H-. b- biillilln-' up tlio eonstlliiijoii  nnd uf-.-r "K naturft tn dolnt*; tin work,  'J'lie propi'lclDrs bavo vo inudi fnltli In u������  nii'iillve nowei'fi ihat thoy nffor One  Huiulred liiillin'H for nny cam (Imt It rails  to euro.    Bond for but of Irhllmonlulii,  A.Jili ft     .  .1.   ���������'���������HKNI-'V & CO.,  To-  Iciln.'O. Hdl.l b" n'l Dm'"������������������till n. 7.1e. Tu"!  Hull's l-'nnilly 1'llti 'or c-onmiiiatlon.  What have we here?  "-*--" -���������-���������=--^  My patcntirevcrsible fll-'.n.  And the scene?  .JJulgnrs chasing Turks. Should  you wish to sIioay il in Turkish terri-  -tov-v���������you~tuiai-iu.ba<j>^SKl^_31hen you  have Turks -.basing Bulgars.  The president, of the health insurance company was rlispleased,- not to  say ruffled. He co!isidere,d himself a  downy bird, a sharp-eyed spectator,  and a knowing car' The principal  business of his company wat* to insure  peoplo against unices. . That is, for  I", payment, of a certain,sum amount,  annually'they .could collect an indemnity for all tlio -line thoy   -ere ill.  The prize writer of this insuninea  stood before tlie prei-ido-.it and bowed  his head to the storm of reproach that  wa;* cast upon him  What did you moan by inrrurinf,' this  fellow Drown? i.houted'thc president.  Sir, said the prize writer   ho had  'never been Hick for a day up to the  lime we insured lilm.      (       -v  Hut can't you be reasonable! burst  forth tho president.'     '  Well, I admit lie has boon sick a  good deal since he took out hi- policy, admitted ihe man who was bolny;  bawled out, . .       .  " Sick h' good-deal! 'iiuidorc.*. tho  pmsldorit, As well as J can mi'iki** out  as soon as ho got this insurnnco he  gave up his apartment nnd hired a  cot in tho hospital..  Lucky  Man  I suppose you wero' pre:entcd al  court while you weie in London, she  inquired,  Yes, replied he, I was presented  twice, but was acquitted both times.  THE JOHN INGLIS CO.,  '    LIMITED  ENGINEERS -& BOILERMAKERS  Engines cf all kinds, Boilers of alb  . kinds, ."Pumping "Machinery, Tanks,  Heavy Plate Work, e'tc���������Write for  prices.  11STRACIIAN AVE.,  TORONTO,     .-      CANADA  Do You Want  Bi'is-Big=Book^=  Owner (rushing up nnd seizing hoy,  who linn run away becnuKe he has  broken his windows)���������You broke my  window, you young niscal, (l'dn'trt'C'ii?  To bo sure 1 did���������and didn't you Mo.  me running home, for money to pay  for it?  o-f Musical Iwfor-  malion Free ? *  If yon aro in tore* led in  lit'iisio in any form, l.aiul, Or-  iliobtea, Piano, Mandolin, (iui-  l.i!', or��������� in fact, any iiuink'iil  l'.ieti'ui)iont, or if you are Lliin'--  Jug of gelling nu iiist'-imicj't  ������������������itlii-r now ov In Uio f!it,ure,  l Tills book will prove of ' tli������  '     KiTflte^t I'rthie to yon.  Seiul {or Tltis Bid MuriciI  H        'Ciictj-.'lo'pF-lia   Riglit   Now.  .lust scuil us h pastal asUbi'j  us to nc.ntl yon n froo eopy of  inir J-.fiisi(.!!������) ISncjclopeilla, nml  wo will soml U by return mall.  Also ask us about  j������ our free Vrial o-f ���������fcr  'i on Violins. f;^:������r14  $Mz>) Thos. Claxton,  sm$y UM,TED  303 YONGE ST,  Toiu>\ro,* canada.  ���������^  Ibltell l'r.ve wiik in i\ hotel In a WiTi'.-  (���������rn oily one day, wlirn ,* iiiuii whom  he knew Hllghlly, niwlied ti)i to him  nnd hnudi'il him iiiih:  Diili'li, lend nm $100, I've been  drinking fi Hillo too niueli niiieo I've  been jn thin town, and I've unci! up all  ihe money 1 brought wllh me. Fur-  ihi'i'inore, thi;' hotel Ih very Hlrit'l nml  Iiiik it rtile thai no drluku caw he nerved  111 till' rO(lll) Of II  gllCHl  UlllCKH he Is  111 in bed nml bin- a doelur'a cerlllleute  lo hIiow for li. Tho fact i:, Jhiich, I  luive iilreudy hud piunimoitlii. illplhei''  ia, iiiiihma, I'i.ngci-iiieii uf tl*-e bingn, In-  llamiuatery    iheumath-ni,    brynsitlB,  and   Yiiko lho liuiiilreil, hiiIi) Duieh koI-  iinnly. I'm afraid if you keep on yon  mlghl have ikiwo falnl illnfiiKc.  A cprlnJii (.'inliion   Inii.lfiCfipn nrllHt  i'.OllI a I'.eillK Iii ii .....I.I.,. ,..,.,..... -,f  Jf���������','.)..'!.'. TV.c v.'i.'.wa-,, ve."vi l*i-<",imi* Hr-  cd of the ���������ileture, liccruiRc, ns hIio Ac-  elnred, It laekid uiiliiiiiiiiui. Ho kIii'  Heal for iiiiothir arli.-t and iisl.iil him  to pulnt u uuui ur a wumaii nu llie  vnad that rati Huong!) lho middle of  l.)i" pjniiiii'.  The nrtift did .'O, and when he met  ilie man who bad painted lho original  work he lob! him what, lie bad doiie.  J had Hie ti'iiU'i'lty to alter .. lundm-niu'  of y.iurs- the other day, ho raid. It  v.T..t the ouo you Hold in Mm. W. Rhe  Wlltlt.'d li li--,i'.i'- t-iijl.lnl !|,, '.'.. I J'.M'il  an oltl nian walklii;: down the road.  Iload! WT.il I'.-iiV T;..*iv K un  roiid In ili.u |il'*iuu'.  Why, yiH '..if*!*.*! i.:i. i-.iid llir' o'.hor.  There '������ a r..a.l ihat rum-: i';Iujii..:',i t'.ie  liibl'Ue of thu r.'iivii.i  \\*:,y, V(.ii foci, Jnillgnr.i.n.v crifl ihe  Good Business Re aeon  Hut why, naked Hie olii-icrwr' of  men of lho Itinerant mui'lclun, why  do you ph'y nu iK'ciii'dln.i'-' Xuliiu'y  liken the accord!'*)* any ino/e,  All, t-di'lior, 1 have da nii'inn. Il.t  jieep who no like da iiecur !. pay me la  bis mon lo tstoppn mu iiolm*.  It'r. n  loiifj Way  Dowit  When ymi feel In a r-ernppy mood  don't try lo take a fall out of a llyltiK  nuu'lilno.  Tlio cv." wlll.   which   rerun   nnd  v.artrt enn be removed by  Ilidlowuy'H  Corn Ciiio Ih Id* si;-.mm k: reeoiinueiid-  I alien.     11 H'dilom i:il'������.  Mir,. l*'arnn.r--Well, what    do   you  WMIlt-/;'!-!!)!?  Tlrnl TnllorH���������Well, lady, do 1 look  uh If 1 Wan be-*-, ii;; (���������;ur������)11uo'.'  An Values nre Judfjed  G'rt'iif. Scott, woitiiiu    Aro you try  li)R' to ruin me?  Why, Henry! You don't oven know*  whin 1 paid for tlio bowii.  I ktidw ilia'; any kowii that lookH in*  bad  as*  Hint one cosls nior.'i  Hi an I  oun ���������ift'urd to pay.  The Son  A Rood Kl'./i-y Is fold of one or. nur  mom proniliii'iit llnaneier.-i ,wlio imd a  mm whoi-ii extriivjuvinee Ih nolorliuin,  Not llllin  uku  uf tho end  of  lill! llUKi-(  ihhh day, ilio bauki'i', left IiIh ofllco'  and Mi'uii fo.* n nilinii.) on lho kerb  before Kiurlliii; for thn stnllon. ��������� lin-  ineillately n lu.\l iliovo up, tho driver  HH'lup; ii di-niriiblo fiii'ii iu  proKpoof.  I ilrlvii yonr noii to biiuJni'i'B every  day, Im-iiiiiiiKil tho driver,  lie nm tuford It, rotortO'l Hie mil-  lioiiai-.t*.  Clj  1  Mnny tiuiif. a wliuilm; i.mile |:< m .-n  or. the fiu-o ot a Rood loner.  first* .-.���������I'M, th'1  f'V-T.  u iu lowll  T'ia'.  * a  DLUUl/ Ii3  1 Ul-UmiilV ttirij.\ ���������t *��������� c%.I 'a\  Without itooi rtti blond ������ man liai a ivi'il,* l.t-iit ind pnor ntnes. Thlnntu ol  the bl������o>d, <*' ar.Mtr.ls. U .common In youna folki tt. wi-ll ll out. l*,������p<"f lully I* It  the cut wild llioee who ivoik in illy ventilated I actor i������ -or lli.iso ttho tie iliul  up liulonrtIn wlntfrtimuwltli uc.iaUlovc.Iminlnu ii|i Ihf (asKni or ������*n*<)M!iiif  ��������� .lrbonlc (onlil-rl tn. TtiK lilon.l, ai W.iwrl wlilcb lacl-i Ilii' if it lil.mJ nirrmilw,  i . nr '.i><r\i- rrrtn'r mnv tnnvi- hr-cn cuintd l.y l������-.k 11 torn! Iroli *lr l.t.-illii'd Intn  hinfiii, or I.)'peerkiisniioii i.i oyi.iift.t.i'i.  ,-.i,K,������-,*,i./.s iu,'.  k..'.',*. ,'...: ^  j'jlii iAf r llir btitt whldi It not hull dUrau ������l all. I.ut ctMil l.y Indig.-itlvn,  \Vhi1������-v������r(h������c������m������, thf-r������'i|u������t 05c tfintdy Uiat )'9U U,l turu (���������������to'owln/  thM li lui, nlv-tn sititt Jctlon fur over 40 if jh,  DIt. riEUCET.  GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY  In a Kciil ilf.in'cr dru! Mt'ivli,!- tint r,dit������ ti.tV.itt an,I ������t'ii������ 1 '1 l--,in I'lcurr'iif  Mll'in. It Hiiu ttihlt Hi* l^viv In rnciiubvfnrir f.ch ii-.i 1'le.Kl v.l.Uh ittJt Die  tirart ���������orrui-n- l.tMn M.il tiieimii ol llw inAt. Th* oitwi ������o;lt nnivilhly Ilka  iMflilni"iV rutinin-i mini. Hu KiU'iuii, t,::*.';!ii.-*.i:il -"'ri ii'.i.m ii<!*,>,t nt tii#,������.  weak ������nJ font. 1iijiv-iJ������1'������ yi.-j inn ciW������iti l>r. l'irr*'*'������ (Vot.Vn MtJU'M IJtu-  MMry Tabl*M, ������> ������v,*JI u, Id* l.niil.l f.inn iron* all piwliir'i** fortrrt, or lililili .  ly null, rifpJ.it In !t cr :ta i1:e. /.Jr������t It. V. 1'ltur. M. t)��������� ItufUlo, N. V.  '. H  HR. PIHKCR'S liUHr IUi!������ PACK ILLlSrBATEl) COMMON SBN58 MEDKltl  ADMSEK U1LL M JEM KKB. CLOTH BOISD TOR M OSE-CBNT STAMPS.  M  I *tx&i**isuiiia*viiiAxxti~Y~.  ��������������������������� NOTICE is hereby given tlct aopli-  oatwn wiU> mado to tho 8uperint������,d-  Mtot. Provincial Police, Victoria for a  IwenaetoEell-liquor by wkolcealo upon  tha promises situ*-*d oa Lot 6, Block 15,  Onii.b-i.lnnd Townajte, Cumberland, B. C  CiAU MUSSATTO.Applibiut.  JJatod *��������������� Is* day ,f Oatober 1913.   * -  NOTIOK.,ia hereby givelTthiroTtlelirTt  day of D .on'wr nest application will be  made to .the Superintend^ of PniVii.oiHl  Poliro, Victoria, fer tho renewal of tWho-  M ltoMue to sell l'4UOI.8 by wtai, ^ uifl  hotel known aa thcL.riia hot*,, aituatod at  t Comox,-B.C.. ., ' - GEoaou M, Baulow  D.ttcd October 1, 1913. .     ;    '  NOTICE is hereby given thaTmTthe  fifttdayorNovembi-r 191.3, application  will be made to the .Superintendent"ot  , ProvmcialPolice, for a renewal of'the  wholesale h-jii >r license upon the premises known iu Lot 34, Subsection 1, Nelson District..    o ���������  I'lUENKR liKKWING COMPANY.  Dated October ist, 1013  NOTICK w lu.roby givsn thnt m tho  flrat (Ia}' of DoocuiIxt tioxt in*pli*.iit,ou,*v,il,  lw made to thfe Supe.iutaijdiM.t uf Provin-  oial Pulioe, Viot-uria, fur a rrjju������al uf tho  hotel luenso U sell, liquors'by retail hi  tha hotel kuowu aa tho Union hold, sii-  Hata at Uuioo.'B.C.   John N. McLwm  nat^d Uie 1st Any of Oot.ob.j-, 1913,  ^ Ni/TlOE is hor.,by -jiv.n that on tiie  foaidayof. Dcoainbor nest, aijjjhoalioii'wilj  bo.WAda to -ia 3n^<-riu4������n'*^ut; .a Provhiouil  Police, ViatwrU, fo-* iks mvnyal uf 'tho ho-  cai.licwuo t0 wll Uq������c*������ bjr'0re4Att in *������<,  ' Labal.knawtt6-- thu Rv������f������-dn hold, ������it-u������ifia  at Owirfc-uiy, B. Ci    ;'     Q. II, .FaasM,^  Ifcaaii UkitaW lt -1313.  ������w<������������fti������������wmiu������J, ������i.i.i.t-ij.j^w;.*^,w^!|,BMM^ei  If-OtlQH '������ d-jMljjr giroa th������t on tta  fifist day o* 'D-fOombor a������t aypltcat-i.m will-  Ud mtdo to tke Sityor'������i*Uia*le"*it o������ Previa*-:  tinl Polio*. ViaUiia, for tha re^wdcf W  ho*ci Uoens* to sill iiqaooi by retail ia Uie  hot������l ka<������w������ &a the VT1U03 h������*e], .-iiuatud.  at Uwo-a Bay &U,  Ai-rtuiD IUi'KB Hor-ijt*  .DfttiHl Ooioboi 1, 1913.  Union Steamship Co. of B. G.  TUB S. S. COVVIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS.UNDER   .  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX;ROUTE  LaaveVancouver,. Monday, at 8 p, m.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p,,ni.  " "' *  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. ,������.       Leave Tues n.    :  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in,     Leave Tu.-sday, 11 a. in. -  Leave Nanainm G p; m. Tuesday.   Arrive \^nconver U.30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive   Na naiiuo,'-11.30 p. m  Amve Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m, Depart s p.m.      ' .- l  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to diange.without notice.  ^Jg^-^^^gOM^^P,. feSE   COLOMBIA  ' NOTICE i������ hereby'giveu-that at ihe  next meet ng of the Biiard of Licoi-sa C, iu  inisSionori of ihe City of Cuuiberiand, I  n-tend to a..ply fur a renewal of the hot-  vl lieonaa held by mo for tho W������>vrly  Ho el situate da lot. 'i, block 3; 'Cnmbor  ���������end ToR-usita.  '     FRAPs' DALLOS  Ditted^L, 29th d >y cf, Oct. 1918.  Notice is, hereby si von ihit~Et -the  next meeting of the Hoard of' License  Commissioners 1 iinend to aj-pfv. for a'  renewJil of the hotel license held 'by' ���������,c  wthc'Ne* England Hotel, situated on  olock 3, lot 3l CumherUnd Tow.isite.  "JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Oct,, 29th, 1913.  fallL-ii 4 5. aUSXOiti aiwij-n ou t^     aU0/ ������,,, him������s M rL������VAU^Bfi  ���������iXJSDOH WHISKX, B������nt Vuvb and Lrj.g.uoxa of all. kiad������  ^^nom^anihoA^gliesKimiit, uniLw u* iwmofU*^ t.ti^mtmAm^  w*W fey. H>u..d Kut ol^ in eryafy r������������jflat.';  NOTICE is hereby -iven that .it the  next meeting of the Iioard'of License  Commi-jsioftcrsofihe Ciiy of Cumher-  I.'ind, I intend ������o apply for ;t renewal of  die hotel license held by ine for the  "King George" Hotel, .situated on 0: 9,  block f, Cumberland Townsite.  VICTOR BCNORA  Dated tliis'agiii Jjy 0f Oct., 1913  yOTIi-j-*. ij lur..b, s-ivso tlut at the  i;Mtm,itsigof tlia Bo'a:d cf Licn-ao  CMiamisKioi ci-a t.f th������ Oity . of Ouuib-r-  lati'J, I ictx. d to npjy for a reii*������v**l if tiie  .vhole'salo linaor liowuac hold ly uio, tit-  uatod aq Lt 12, Mock G,' Cumbeil^d  iVwHailffl.' '     . . -  JOHN  MAROOgUI  Dstfcl vhis S9ih d'*y of Oct., 1818.  AUVEltTlSEaKNT  NOTICE is hereby given that an  Action has hpen raised again-st the  Piudeiuial   A-Mirnnce    Company  Limited, 71 Renfield Street, Glus  sow, for payment of the t-um  of.  ���������^131,   beitiK  the  proceeds "of'ihr-  Pii'.H-y-No. 45784G ������iUi said Coin  piny on the Life of John Jiiok,  97  La-inlands lioud, Govan, Gla?gow, |  iind ihat iho ShViifr u th.: Oouniy  one years,   and   not  disqnajtfie.i  under any law, and has been   foi;  six mouths next   preceding   tbe  day of nomination, the registered  owner in Uie Land  Registry Office, of land or real   properly in  the city, of the a*?sepsed' value ou  tho   last   mni'.icipal   'assessment  roll of y500.00 ov moro, over au\i  above any registered  encumber-  ance or charge, and who is utiier-  of Lanark, Scotland,   haa   ordered' wiso  qualified 'as   a . inuiiicipal'  A5CBS,  If  1 y  NOTIOK i* hweby "giyrtu baton Uie.  firet day oi Doowubor n������xt apij!ionti..*!i ���������������*]!  bo ia.d-������ to tho Su-xj.-iuU������;d������sit 0f PKi-vin-  oial i'oliod, VioVoria, far the rnuowai of,Uio  hotol Ifcw-i^ \o sell liquoa- Sy reta.il 1.1 tlie  IiO'-ol kuou-a na thj HoIkw Lot*-.!. fifcaAioU  at.Uuioa Kay, B.C. loii.t-Vnn^d'.l  Dsted Ootoiier 1jH,-1018." ''  The Courtenay Hotel          ipi opper day  '\  *  i ^  H  l'v  .1  Bviry couvonitshce for guests.  TheO-JtiUtl IXoU for Sportsinon  None bot iJmj' Ue+jit of Winos and Liquors  ���������   it the Har. - - *     -  .  flATSS RBAt-JONABLH  .  John Johnston,   Prop  *���������*���������*������*^****^*">'*'*"'������"��������������� ������"������--.������^~������������������������.������j.w.������Ura=j������������������^.  IN THE COUNTY "COURT OF  NANAfMO riOLDKN- AT.  '    NANAIMO.'  IN THE MATTEKOKGiuHejipe  ���������J. L.  Coiitinen/.a, decciuietl, in  to-ftate,   Into of    No. '8   mine,  iie-nr Cinnherliind 15, C,  AND  IN THE MATTiCK ..f tho "Ofli-  cial Adiniiiiiiti'Htorij Acl,"  TAKP .N0T1CH that by or-  diu-oE His Honor Jiuhja ISarkor,  madtj during tho niontli of November, ID 13, I wnu appointed  A������lminintnii^>r of thu lvUato of ,th������  abovo inontioned decoaeud, and all  partien Uuving clainn- ngainst the  Haid o'UaUt aro lioreby rwjnired to  fui'iiiiih flamo, "nrojiotiy verilit'il, to  me on or bt'fun* tho 20th day nf  lkcoinbof lOliJ, AND ull par.  tied iiulobtod to iiiiid ontnto, aro ro.  qnirod Ui pay tho mnonntot1 tiioir  iodcbU'dutii-fi to mo forthwith.  Dated thiii 18th day of Novum,  berlOlfl,  Wi VVKSMn" Willard,  Ofllcia! Ailniinifltrntoi',  Cumbcrlutid, U. 0,  HIH������K������lHM������lll������illl������Kni,HIW III Mill ������. m Mil���������  0. H TARBELL  am*fH Mft.>Juwiwi.<ui^i;n������������dU,.<<in j%������m������* j^-^j  I HIGH GBADE STOVES'  I Abi *>i iHiiilihri tlVtlMtill^f  ' Sportsmcns Goods  > nud  I General flardware  ���������^^���������w***^i*������i^-ii������^  Belter,  Cheaper Tha.n  Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling" ������'Grain Company,"Ltd.       *r>isl.ribtuors NANAIMO,.  R. (\  iNOUCK is L. k'erel.y 8ivea :ii*t al tk'o  uuxi msstiiig' ������i m0 uow.a of Lio^^  Coaijiisawnwis of Uia City t-X {.'na^r-  UuJ.-I it'leud to i\i>fly f*jr 6 rer.ewol of  Jin v-holrt.b Iiv������<-u-'3i.j������j.sp heiJ 1-7-isk  <w Uuflk 15, Ivt 6, Ui-u^rJftud TvirMit*.  Cf*IJ MMSAITO.  D*t^ tkia 2810*1 ������Uy,of Q������k.. 1013.  MOlTOli u L*ri-b.v ������iy8B iliafm tU������  '���������'���������xt meeting of tlie Bos.imJ if Lio������������*e Coia-  ii^ib-iui-8 ol ihu City of ('muberlaud, 1  ������������������teuii to tipp.y f.-r a rawowul .".f tha hot*  a) ImoiiBO held bv me for tli������ Cutuborlaud  Hol*.l, situat.'d oaloi J, bk-ok U, (.*uai;������j-.  laud Towuyite.  WILLIAM JJERP.lflKLD:  DiiteJ this 28th dny uf On"-., ;yi:*.  8ffi3B!2ScESJK������BJ!3SS3SS*S!CS^^  5bS&EdESJSB35&  "������������������.M*������������ji.uou������ijii������j.l:^.1Ii>���������������.t0l,ltJaB;_  J..'.najrr.������i.cur.,acjr������TU3Bnuic������^������^:vrwKEakxiBjl������n  LIQUOR, A CT 1010. -  Scotion 42.  t.NOrrCE la hon-.Uy jjivep that  oil Uie lrst day of ��������� Orcein her iiex',  rtpnlicauon will bo-,;nn.l.e to thf  3ii-pprii)tondont of  Provim-hiLpoL  advortipement of  notice nt snid no  tion by interlocutor, as ioIIoivf: ���������  Glasgow,   19th .S-'pli-niln'r, 1913.  Holds il-e fund correctly stmed in  the Puiiiion,  and   in   ro-pect   ihe  Pnrsuo.-s   und     Wondnnl   Rnipers  hnve "consigned  the fund  in tlm  tia.-ds-.jf the Clerk of Court lixon  urs  and diocharge-j  them  of    r.ll  claims in the   action.    Appoints  intimation oi   the   Action   to   U  made by Adverii-ojiient published  oDcein a Ncwspiiper circulaiin-.- in  Cumberland,    Vancouver   L-l.tnd,  British Columbirt, Canmla, ami np-  p inis, claimants in  tho   fund   in  lodge 'heir claimp. with   (ho Cl^rk  cf Court within  01m  rnonih ��������� frca.  :he date of euohailvprtiaemtinl, unci  sends the  caso  10 the adjustment  rull of 18th November 1 ext.  (Signed)"  -  W. G. Scott Moxcrteff  Akohd. Mo-Mahtix,  A Iru'ecopy. &.C-V-  In lornis thoroof notice Is I������������^by  gi,v������n of said aeltoo and of said iu  t������-rlocut*r.  LOWNDES & REN WICK  28 Bath Suce!:, Ciltit-gotv, Solicitors for Ueal Ha iter.  voter,  Giveu under my hand, at 1 he*  Oity ofCumberland this 30th day  ol December,  1913  John Thomson,*5  Returning Officer.  MUNU)I PALITV    OF   . THE  CITY OFCUMBRRLAND  NOMINATIONS for School  Trustees -will' he received fin  Monday, the 12th day of Ja:i-*  uary, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon.  The mode  oi" notniint'iou   of  candidates shall b  as  follow  ���������W#1 fill  feS3. B1S&  P4  ^^^A  Little qubos of meta  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  ;co for a' lii.eiiFei for-the sale of  liquor l.y wholesale; in and u*.on  thepremiaoa eit.mtetl in tho town  of .Coi!rlei**.iy/ B. q. Jcnowo aiid  }d('nanlied aa Loir SO hi.d 31, Seo-  tionjBl.  Dctctl. thiii llth day  of  Oo oher  ii) 13.   " ���������"  UNION B.UEWJNG COMPANY  Lid.  Joha Mrtrocehl,  Muna^r  MUN'ICU'ALITV    OF  ' THE  CITY OFCUMBERLAND '  PUBLIC NOTICE is'hereby  given to the electors of the municipality of the City cf Cumber-  laud that 1 require the ".".resence  of the said electors at the Coun-  iyJ^iaiub<r������^_Cit-y���������Bu-il-dingsr  <������ii "the X2ihday of January. 1914,  nt 12 o'clock noon, for the niir-  pose of nominating   persons   to  rcpieseut them in the municipal  council as mayor aud aldt'inien.  The mode  of nomination  of  candidates shall hi as follows.���������  The candidates shall be'noiuina,  iedjnjwriiing, the writing .shall  be subscribed l)y   two   voters  of  The candidates sii:;!! i>e -.vrvA-  nated.in wiii.iiw.     'i'iu*   wiiii:-^-  '��������� ���������' o  shall be subsetibed by two voter-}  ol the municipality   ������s   proposer  and seconder, iind sh-all be delivered to the Returning. Officers":  any time-between the date <i'*',the  notice aud 2 p. m- of the  day of  nomination, and in'the   t-vent of  iiioretlmn   two   nr.iniuatioi'is .'4 '  poll will be opened on Thursday,  the 15th day of January,    1914-  ������tt the   polling   station ' at , the  Council Chambers, City   Building.*',    Cumberland,    i*.   C.,   of ���������'  which every-person-is reqUiri-d -o  take notice and .govern   himself  uccordinfflv.  Thei-nalifi'.'ations  for   truvf-.e  are as follows: ���������  Me in lift 'be .-i in:������.!e-Bn'ti-jh Vtib  ject of the l'till :tfre  of twehly-ono  yettr-j   and not dipqnaiifietl   iinder   ���������  ere is no better way of ib i\ .  king the peoplo think of you than  by placing an Ad iii Th.) NEWS.'  "Nuff Said."  Vi-'lin Strlnfjfl, T;i1!:ii:fr tnn-  chiuc needlos nnd ViVior Records  for sal* fU il������<k N'.'W.* olliee.  Auy \mtum <xr puraoiiq, ttutlui^,  rowoviugor Uiklu% miy 1-toiOoL  timlwr or wood, of any (lo-v-i'VptioJn  xilongin^r to tiiu WuJliiigton Col-  dory Oo'y., or'from or off tho buid  oftliORiiid Ooinjmuy, or unjoin*  UppliiB rubbWi of any d������������oiipti<wi  any whero   upon   Uie com pan*,'r.  1.,., \ ��������� rn t 1       ���������I     .*  caUmiC of tiiu mvw,  W. I. COULSON,  Goneral Miuiiii-jy.r,  rl      I  0<-t llii'rv (V- "   _��������� _ ^    -. ���������  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Si'utio/i ii.  NOTICK is hoi-shy mdvon that,  hi tl.Q In 1 day of Di'oeinhcr next,  M'pii.ontiiin^will bo. mi-da lo thi-  4uj..ti.in'cndrini of rmvim-ial Pol-  ie<3 for lor.uMvul nf t!m hotol 'licum-i*  to bell liqnoi; by rotail in the hi*:o.'  ���������tuiiwn tiiy tne MKJ!*iR|.intt IIolsl,  ������������������i unto ni LiiiuJ, in the Puiviucoof  Utiti.ih Ctiluinbisi.  Oiited thit* 8ih diiy  of  Ootobcr,  lOliJ,  KJIEI) TirULIN  A j)j)iir.Hii!  Don'-,   fni^ct   lo   pLict   your  ucxt oukr ior printing with us.  Hiding 011 locomotives nnd rail  way earn of tho Union Colliery  Company by any person   ur  p*-r-  Z-V.V - cuci-.-jit ������������',i, i.r.-r;��������� iv '.ir'.'tiv  pl'OliU.ltfd,     Km;,t.>y,*/,tj   ^ry   ^,1^.  '<"C tn .'U.-iu'f^a Uie tfllowili-.-   tun,-  Uy order  W. I���������  COULSON,  liqi'oh A<vr, jyio.  Heeliiiii. i'i.  >'0TlCiv i*i hoichy (liven Unit  ��������� n lho 1st ihiy in J)(*ffnilu'r next,  nppliculinn will l.c m-d" to the  :iu|ii;'irlritt<i,dt.iH of Proviminl Pol  it,������ fnri'Ciit'vc::l u\ the holiil Ikciiw  '<> Ridl liquor by i.it.iil io the hoicl  known niirfth-i Willow- Hntt.l, yiin-  ���������iii at CiilUjilmil Itivtr, ii, the Pro-  vinio of MriiiiihOiilunibi.i.  Hated  Uiiu 8th d.iy of October,  lAVi.  CIIAULES THULIN  Api'lioMin  ,i*r>^>*'X'\   r-o., *!������. !"��������������������������� ���������...������.   1 *���������. .  A^^><i-���������.:���������;.;;;; ^"���������^'i ���������*:"���������'���������  ?\ty/>    V/   i'. '1-MlJl'i -.I. .'I.Ul....".'^.'!-..!...,������������������  I'. x-yw,.\t.\>iit^\ |a ufc Villi ���������, ���������-.*;.���������,; .*.'���������  .  ..ii Ikl/l!,!,; ..ti.i.i', -ts.; .'.'A.ii I. ��������� '.",    '   .  (\ irtHflli'i',  S'LTU.il Wu\l(l\tlil, li.Dlf'j.'* I>  Appliiitt.mnhy nuiuicipaliiy as proposer and  seconder, add shall be   delivered  to the Returning" Officer at  any  time between   the   dato of   the  notice and 2 p. m. of lho day  of  nomination, aud   in tiie event of  a poll being necessary, such poll  will be opened 01; tho   15th   clay  uf Jauntily, 1914, at the Council  wlminlv-js, Ciiy Buildings, Cumberland, li, C., of   which   every  person in hereby required lo lake  nolics aud govern himself accord  it'gly.  No person sluill ba- nominated  or be eligible a.-* a candidate for  in ay oi, unless he be possessed oi  the quiiliinjiijonsby law required  nl iIii.ki-uliioers, and unlci-s the  c.'iiidjda'i: hlmll on or befoie the'  hour of ?. p m ol the day of nmn-  iuation, furnish the Returning  Oilhicr with a .'.tatuuut in wiil-  iug, specif)ing ihe land <������r real  piojifily upon which he qualifies, his nomination shall be in.  valid aud s'lidl nol bc acted upon by the Uettii tiing Offia-r.  The qu'UifK'aiion.s as candid.tte  for nin)oi' ini- ns follows: ���������  He must be a male Iirifi h  subject of th" fail age of twenty-  oue,y;'ai"> and   not   disqualified  .    ,,,-1           Im I,,1 1        .. 1          '* |-      -���������' ..... ��������� ..*,  i-; '.....i... i.i.niti.'i in-ii   piLv^il.  ing llm day  ni   uoininaliou   the   .,-,  ..���������,���������.. ,     1 eg isi tied owner   in   the   Land  tfictorrlurUtMiti Kifrtit cf rUwri'r 'l'ni������.. !,, ,-,, < .- ',      . ,  r.|'Wiiiiu;)ii.."j..iiif.vi'r'i. (.���������(!������,���������.! ijji...������i'..', : Ki|.'i>try'Jliii. c, ot laud or 1 al  tJlnt.7 i-!.-"i. oj.'iI j.*-!'-^������"������'"i'>'-;;"*-J"-V* ">���������*ii''-*' ^���������/i*' ' pjoi>t rtv III ihe city of ihe ks-  w.������,-v;������..0 I'.'i.i-i.i.-ri Vt i<j:.'.c.,C*fi-v   yv:)til {\ v,,;uc on   the lai-t   IlJUIiici -  ;pil r* ..s- <suu-r: t  i 1 1 ������i,<ooi'\e  .iter* d t-iuiriii-  any law,  'and r havo 1,'ecn   fnr  -six  moiilh's ni'x'fc preceding-lho day cf  -  uoinination   tho   ri-nifiU'rrd n\>;iH������r  in the   Lft!id-lJo������ristry   OthVe-uf"  Lund niyreal projierly in llu*   city'  of tho assessed  value on-* j ho   l-.i-.f  ri ���������   4  tuuiuvipul     asse.-rijiii.int   roll     of-'"  $500.00   or m.-re, ovor and abovo ���������  any   registered'(-ncnmbninne    or  churn-,'-,   und . who   is    otherwiso  qualified as a inunieipal vowr.  Given   iindur my   hund nt   t}i0 *  City   of Cirinberlaiid    t|,js   :->(j(]s  day of Dticember, 10LJ.  ���������     , Joi/n   TimMSOV  Jietui'iiiiio- OlHci-r .  wrr" ���������wr-������in*������t>*" ������  ft In Summer *  ���������4eM food is needed than  in winter.  But it is esseoti������i  that summer food be palatable  md nutriiiouu. That is why  die beet of ail ciimrn-er foods k  m  IN THE COUNTY   COIJHT   Ol<  NvVNAlMOHOLMKN AT  OUMMERUND  IN   TU1C   MATnOIi   of Thom������.  Smith, dw'oiihed, iiitwtn'.o. win  dloil in Nuli-oii Diuirlct on Ainil  26th 1 li. '  AMI)  IN THE MATTKIlinf tho'OflRciHl  Adiuiiii.itr.itoiH Act."  tai;i: n'otiuj-: ,hiU i,y (,riit,,  of  11 In '1J111 <-. 'T|..l. ,,    T>   . 1 .        >  Ih" r.'b d-iv ,,J M, ��������� .... \ , . im., t    _  -      '    *   ��������� ������tJ������fc      4,^      iV-,'  iti|.   in*.1*  -r.ppoinicd ndiiiirKPirrttorof the hl--  iat������ of   tho   uIiovq inunlioniil   de  cftii?i'������l,  nnd   nil   t-arii.-iri   Imvini-  -������ .*...,-, .-.^...Ui.-.V ;iiti nij.5 i*flnti> iui<  hiituby reqMin.l to furuM, Kam^,  poi.crly viriflcl, to mo on or he-  kin lho  I3ih   day   ,,j*   |>,.,.,.���������lilCrt  11)18,.   AND nil partica iiuh-iiK-i! in '���������* ������-t iiie-.t������-������pr ���������> fit- 1 ������* nl. r M ���������  10 "..n.i  :ii:!'.'BUl,-.Mi. r.-.jniu'.i m ..ay ti,   '���������" ^u .-. r-r ��������������� ,i; ..f ������������������ ..i..^,.,,.,!. ..,.:'������'"���������'" "'   '!;*"':'.''.   ���������'"������������������"  iiiucMtiit cf   il.ij,    ftI.j..|,'i,;.',. ..   ,M!,"-;;������l������ ���������'!:!.������ f'fi-i.vrti   t -K-lr.-!" "-hi I wiM'tpiallla-d as  u  ,, ,  f    11    1 1 1 '���������' ���������'*-' "'''   ' '-I'1 '''���������  '**    1 ' ''���������'  "* ���������  ' "' '--jU'Liii-i ini..i.1.1-., 'i ,'!;i (-,���������,',  ^������������������V  >���������������hmhi^.^,!, ���������"*"-*"#  THIS !S IT!  Tbo suip thnt navM  -foa workt And mvn  yoN meney v-Itboat tujury  to bnnilu or  artlcls.  Sunlhrfit flojtn  turnti wo-tib. \\  tu*j   &i*l,\ces \J  into   plcoHurc. V  aeta!)3rof5unliglit  to-Jay nnC try.  Follow  uii-vUiotijt,       ;j'  Kiyrii'Ki-i .ti..i,uy jiv.iiiii.t it{ iii.!���������,,i  ..  .,  1 ai.*.'. .1. .1.11 ilii  who   i--  imiuiii  J     IV I-I .hi- H������!>   di.y ,,'   No-r.-i -I ";iilT.  1 fejk'a Q%ttm Roci Ccnpoanft  ��������� )>, 1013  W   "A'wiy.v WjuAki*.  O'T.i-i'ii Adn..r*.*ii������l������mi.t,    ;,H tutt\vL  Cv.mb tl 11 d, V. C  t  . t   1 1   ,-   11   <. ' ' ' * ���������������������������"  ������������������������������������������.   w������������ i|iv������in^  ,"''   ,v  '    nh'"' *     fliv riu.ii'fuati'ui'*. n������. ciudidaie1 {pStfTb*-* J''ll;,������,^t v������f-rii-*������toi>,-.���������j-i  .>').';!*jl  fn \t;.\ . )��������� i ������������������'������ '���������������������������U-ilU  U nr.-    jis    t'". '>*,*.-.: ��������� ' AQtlb^X'ty���������';"1���������;-,'-1 '���������^���������r-o.-.n  '  >i m 1 ..j.  .'   ... 1 ViW/r;   ' ''',!'  '".v.ii. ���������ij'*ij������ji,^*#  .m-.i:;-ji ni, -i' tn 1    i't. ......1 l....   .1   i,i..l..   I.'ri M,   f?/M������l V ;t"'-'l*"i N '���������'��������� 'J' ***' '������������������'-  1 .    ������I*A������ V V"*-*'       i**1-"*" .'*-'j <.*i   '" ������   *������  ii, ...... ��������� ���������*-.)*-*���������   "��������� "���������''������������������ *"il ������������������^ *-'1 ������������������������������*-'���������>*.���������    v    tv.^> 1 -'   -.���������*���������.%" m.sfT -������.r  '   /     \[       rr ���������������������������������..���������  i. . *', ,   rw...-",  ^.    * . * -    ������������������ ������������������; ���������"'      .I'.-*. i.x  ,mVi>%\' .*::'...���������;-,. 1   ' . /.... ��������� v- *l?y  , '-i vl  ..'* -' 1  - ���������'"' -il  ���������I'- ?'  v- h  ��������� s-    ��������� I  j   -A  V;.  ���������": r' ?-'|  .���������:  ������������������' .'fi ciKfci&iiri WW* ������.������������������������������ v^tWli)  -���������--itt^-A.--'.^.^-"----^*-^^ **  .'&bcjtWi.1>������2xi$3ia.-Zii  ���������v.  ������ V  "*..      ���������������'    'fr  ������HE NEWS; 'CTjaiBERL'AND, b. a  wW*'  l������iSS*?^53S2ffl!SaEX}3SDaJS3Xr^CMISifiCSaia  Tie Wretchedness  stipaiiom  Caa quickly bc overcome by  "CARTER'S-LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vj-jSabli  ��������� act siiTtly  gently on t  liver. Curs  Bilisjnsss,  f-cbe,      ^'  Dii?i-  new, acd Indigestion.    Tbey  do  their duty,  - Small Pill, Small Daze, Small Price.  Genuine mutt briar Signature  ICftCTEK  JTTLR  1VER  PIUS.  ffrfe  Choicest fruits etc.,���������perfectly  balanced���������ready lo use.  Saves endless labour.  iv      ^jix-    (������r^>i  ���������iuahtv *lw%~=^T^f,11   *>}**-s  i'Mm^7i>Ss::h-:\  The TabUt  U lias been often said that the  familiar whimsicalities of the great  Russian pianist. are assumed merely  for stage use, but a story just reported  i from Vienna .proves conclusively that  '���������De .Pachimrnu's mc-rry humor���������although in this mst-inco delightfully  malicious���������is by. nc means excluded  iron, his pvivaie life,  The tale runs that Da Paehmann  ami Gol'iiiiarl;, tlie famous,cperu composer, met iu; front of the hitter's  Vienna home "a shor". time i-go. Gold-  mark id a most estimable oiil gentleman and a writer of exceptionally  brilliant, anil melodious music, but his  one sreai fault is most overwhelming  conceit, a-i rail which often gives his  friends occasion for' nnu-.li iiioi'fiinont  al liis oxpenKe. As De Pachmann  and,,(.'oldmnrU walked nwaj from tho  1.0111 poser's house the pianist pointed  backward over his .--houlilct" ami said:  That mo'.est little edifice will be  sisnally distingiilsheii some day after  you a re dead.  Indeed, murmured (loklii\\irl-.-, blush-  i:*S with pleasure  ' Ves. continued Ik* I'ud.ni*.nn. They  '.vill  decora!'.*  il   v/ith  a   tablet.  And pray what do you suppose, they  will say on the ..ablet after" I am  dead? a*--.ked the composer, eagerly.  To let, was Do Paolnimnn's pithy  reply as ho scuttled acro-.s tho street.  \*W*&  Tho mother of a pupil in one of the  'Philadelphia schools had been ..helping  jher small daughter with th. arithmetic lesson fpr��������� the next day, and after  struggling* through the Iroblems seemed what'appeared" to be satisfactory results. Next day when the little  girl' returned from school t,ie mother  asked-witli some curiosity:  Were your problems    all    correct,  <-ear'.*     ,   - ���������* , ���������  No, mamma,  f.iey 'wore 'every one  wrong, replied the child.  All wrong? repeated   the   ^amazed  mother.     Oh,������l'm :   "sorry.  Well,  mamma,  said the little  Consolingly, you needn't worry,  the  other  little  girls'  mammas  them wrong too. ,  HililiiiSl  *  .ii=*' %K i.*!:-1"-^:  Don't -waste lime on Inferior salve's because they're a  few cents cheaper.  1 have proved Zam-Buk  best for Ecu-ina, Piles, Skin  Diseases, and Injuries.  As n mother, you owe It  io your family to use the  best, that's Zam-Buk i  . 50c box,  AU 'Dmgtlitt sidStortf,  mm  milky jj  one,  All  had  Minard's Llnif.ent Relieves Neuralgia  Well, did you discover anything iu  Slump's past,life that we can use  against him? ���������  o Detective���������Not"   a'   thingy ��������� All   he  ! ever did before.he came here was to  sell  awnings.  Election Agent-���������Why. that's just  what wc want.- "We'll say that he-has  been mixed up ih some .decidedly  shady transactions.     . " ���������  TMK NKW ntENCH REM8DV. Ko1.f������.2.������A  -THERAPION8%������  tre**. luccen, cukks chronic weakness, lost viqo������  ft VIM, KIDNEY, B LA DUE II. DISBASES, BLOOD FOISOK.  >!l.BS.' EITIIKR Ho. DRUfiC.ISTSorlUlI.il. POST < CT*'  tOUOEIU Co, M.'BERK U AN BT.HEW YORK or (.YUAN ������������(*������  ���������ORONTO. WRITE TOR f REC BOOK TO DR. LT CLRM  ���������yr.D.CO. It.-iVRRSTOCKllD, lUMriiTgM**, LONDON. KM*.  '/Rl'NEWCIRAaSI'ITASrFI-Bilill'ORVIor   EASY TO TU*  THERAPBQN &&������������.���������������  MU THAT TIIADK MARKtU WORD ' rilBKAFIOM* 19 OH  Mit. Qovr-aiAur affixed to all. ossuihs rAcmt,  ; Rubber as a Plaything       "���������  The world, owes something-, more  tangible 'than improved health to,,its  ball .games. - For it was its suitability as a plaything'that .first led to the  use-of India rubber.. ' One ot" Columbus' companions recorded how the natives ,di* Haiti played Karnes with balls'  made of ..the .gum of a treo,,"centuries  before the .plant and its possibilities  were known in Europe. The Spaniard  in "Mexico, however, used it at an .early date lo waterproof their cloaks.' In  view of the present wide utility nf  rubber, it is 'interesting to note that  it made its' first "appearum-c* in I'hig-  land as a curiosity for orasins' pencil  marks. "  Men arc inconsiderate things, observed tlie bride of* a few months.  Yornn-eTrat''"-^^  ready? smiles her friend.  Well, tltey arc selfish. Yesterday  Harry had the cook broil, for him tho  nice Jamb chops 1 had ordered for ray  dos*.  ',   Nothing to it    ��������� ���������  *���������*.  Rogkie���������If pa was to die, ma, would,  lie go to heaven?    ,  " Ma-���������.Hush, 'hush, ItfiRsie!  Whoever  lias    been .. putting    such    ridiculous  thoughts' into your.,.head?  W,     ERPROOf*  COLLARS  AND  CUFFS  Honicthlns   li<ui;r   tliun   Hikm   und      .  l.-iunilry   lull.".     Wn.sli   it   with   nmi|)   mill  iviit.'i'. ""All s-itnj'i-H cr dim..1!,    Stat.*. I'tylc*  n:nl Mxo.    For L'Sn. ivc will mall you.  THE   ARLINGTON   CO.   OF   CANADA.  Llmlteci  58 Fraf.er. A-onuc, Toronto, Ontario  KSTAHD HEALTH TC MOTHER AHD BIHIO.  Haa, Winihow's Bootimno Svurr liiu been  The second day drew to its close  with ihe twelfth juryman still un-  convincf  Woll, g'ontlmnen, said tlio bailiff, en-  torii*s quietly, shall I, as usual, order  twe-l o diiiuers'!  Ma're it, said the foreraati, eleven  dlmifirs and a bale of hay.  .1..UJUI'!,,  HIT ^.iijii.ji,.   ,->i.������r 1 I'.iNn ;nr UlL.la,  ALV.Vniill VAiil Cl'lUtS WINIJ COLIC. uutJ  ii tlie Itcst vcncfiy tm DiAKRilil*.*.., it ii *���������">  Joliitr.lv liMrmlesi.   lit; Mire and n-'lc vor ''Mr*  -BWIItVl.tV      lllllll|ll.(<1,        Hi.    I'lll'.    rtllM    H'-'IW    ***J������ 't)M*H  Winf.low's Soolliiag Hjrnn,'  nnd tultc UO (itt-tl  kind,  Tyvcnty'lH-ccoiit-iii twttlc.  LAHIKS \V.\NTKr> -- ]>Ci AltTISTIi-  1'i.iir.i.nlal nci'il vm-lc nt Ihhuc; jjinlt...  Irnni tliri'i"1 In llvn ildll irn jjit dny il.,'.:..!--  'itin;! (n.ililim tur'S. Arinniir Ait i.*'..  H.'lil.   li..   I'.n 'liillnuif   |l|ii-'lt.   Wlnnlpei;.  Eneoura{|lng  I'..i-l --Ilo'.v iniicJi will K co.-l tn  floiui Dial  maiiiiHiirliit?  PoHtinnstfr~-It will c(i.,t two c.fnl.H  ;m oiinci',   Thin is lii-.sl-clnss imittur.  I'oct���������Tliuiilt you sir! Thaulis for  Hie c*o!i)'il!:iii.'J!t.  Would yfni niliiil nsilir; yonr 'wart  on my lcfi slioulili-r, di'a.'i'i*1 *  To be Hrurt'Hi yoi'i* licitt-t, tuurniiirod  lho bwiiitlful iiii-l,  Vl's; and in bo faillur nway from  the oIkui-h I liiivu in my rlK'it imi'lcet.  Lie si 111, lih-i'i* iiik'i I won't hurl you.  Ml I want Ih jour riiii)ii.*y and your  ji.-wi'lt' and Ih'-n I'll i;lt.  All rlulif. old iiiuii, iiii/l while you  Urn seiiruhiii**, for the Jewr'.ir*, if you  run ncioss my iIit'H*' j-hlrt pIikIh, I  wli'ii >ou'il pui, ihem out on tii*"' ilrftm-  er. I haven'i in eji iil-li,' lo Ihnl i)i***iii  fof a iiiinitli.  feMfcv  "���������" /v*^yB 'W?-  Tn -a registration booth ia San  I'Yiiiiclsco nu old colored woman had  just, Unbilled ivrIsi "dk for the lirsl  tlnu.*. Am you shoro, she asked the  clerk, dnt l's done all I Iiiik to do'.'  Quito siii'i',  replied  (ho .clerk,  yot|  , see it's very siinph'.  j I'd oiiKhf to knowod it. said fh.-i M  womnn. If those fcl men folks been  'IoIiik li. nil i.oi-'i- yunm, I might a  luiowrd ii was a puwerfu'. Hlinph: pro-  noun.  KILLS THE FlRE  _ OF ECZEMA  I.f l ihotie who have suffcrod from  ci'ueir.n vc-ll you of Hi* tortureu, No  .ithe-.-i can l'nlly reul'./*��������� what. il. meiuirt  to otidiirc ilio 'vi't'ii anguish cituiicd  hy (lie Itelilu/-* !i*.ul liiiriilnw.  Dr, l!luuii*'s Ointiiielit Iji the be.-;l-  known ointment ninmifnetiircil, bo-  eiuiiii-. It inn- roii'iufi'i'd o������ki*iiiii. It-  Mtili'kly ltllls llie lire ol' th'u*. tevrili.e  t'.kln dlseaim, brlu/*,n coiul'iivt to ll'.o  Kiiffcrcr, nnd isriuluiilly heals it|i the  raw, (IiiiuImk suicti.  Tliero nre hi'..)'en of other tuiei* roi*  Dr. C .iiho'i. Oiiitini'iit wherever lliei'o  Is itchlii'*,*, chnlliiu,' or irritation of tlie  tdsln, luii tliii' in tlio ureal, lent fur n  lii-i'illiij;, sooHilinv eintnienl: Will il  cur-., ee'/.imia'.' llecaiifio If doo;j nol  full lu Ion'.',- Hlnnilliii; .oiK-tcn of ciczo-  ma you may .li'iiejul uu Dr. niiiini-'i'  ointment, lo sooth,. Itclilnt; iiklti iiu.l  hi'til soi'i'S, ud liuitli'i* wlinI may b>' Ilio  cnu.to.  Old I lnnd (tu new llckol x*i-ll<*r al,  state fair)���������l'.vi r hem on a wicket  ii.'i'ovi*. In M i-i tilth.  Nl)|)t!.  1 liiJilKni   Hul.  Why no'.'  Ym*- (.'Ji'" f'liiit^t" liri'i ninl l.li'l.'.et;:  afi.*i'wiinln.  What, is Ih.' dllfi'i'i'iinc''  tin...li. il : nl ilii||;irs, Illy ImiV. N'n  otiii t'v'i-r Ji.'i,:;-. h i|| /mi] li'l'Ki'I ' lui'  tli-kcH.  THE HALF-SPEE  ,-.:  MAN AND WOMAN  Wbat It Means. When   You Fee)  "All Out of Sorts"    ,  You know what it means to ,-fecl  "all out'of sorts." .. Most people'have  felt this.- way at some time. . Nerves  out pf order", 'irritable1, languid,, ,de-  xcesse'd. "An acinus head, a fagged  hraiu7"appetito Tail'TaTTn~~*tli'geEtiori-  v.-eak... Wi'.li .'some people this., coudi-  tich comes and goes; with others4t'is  chronic; they. ca-r,'t shake it offi' it  interferes with business, spoils recreation'and'robs lite of'ah its- joys.  These men'and womon arc, only able  to live and work,al "half speed."  Half speed 'people have lost that  abundant natural vitality which enables others .to go ���������'full-spet-d-ahea'd"  through life. Thoir energy and nerve  jiowe:- have., evaporated���������thoy 'cannot  work, loiiff without, breaking down. The  .trouble,is iiervo weaknesr* and is  caused by poor.' watery blood.' You  can bcS'in lo improve your condition  to-day by taking Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They make* rich, reel blood  once more pulsate throtiRh your veins,  and rot!." norves thrill with fresh vifr,  or, \ Here is convincing evidence that  new'Rtri'-rtHth and full health can be  had through the uso' of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pflls. Mr. Newton Miiyhcw,  Norlli Tryon. P.IO.I.. says: "'I am *  I'armor and nutunilly have to. work  very linrd. The. result was thai I  found myself*very much ruii down, My  blood bec.iMo Lhl**. and watery, nnd  my mimclPit Hubby. 1 took doctors  treatment but it, did not liolp me and  I grow so tvonk thnt I could ������careoly  work a'l all, An I found Uvi modleal  Irnalmonl, was not holiilnS mi I deckled to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  and in these 1 loutul the Medicine I  ui'-rjded, as lu n Rhorl time I was restored to my old lioalth ,'.r^ visor. I  Rlinll alwiiys rouwuukiul ilicsu pHU to  al, Hutterei'H."  Dr, Williiinu'.' Pink 'Pills are s*ohl  by nil niedUrtue dealer,*:, or will ho  Dialled, j)i)������t paid i't ot) cunts a box  .r six hoN'os for ���������y.'.r.u by Ti,.* Dr. Wit  'Hums' .Modieiiio '..'o���������   Hi'iickvilUi, Out,  .   Moral Sense  . ��������� Apropos of "a scandal m the New  York liar, Bishop Winston C Rutherford told the following story:  .The morals of the New .York Bar  seem to he about like the morals of  Colonel. Byrne,, no' letter and no  worse.  Colonel Byrne, a Kentuckian, defended a ir^n for murder. lt ��������� was  testified that this .man -murdered a  woman on the night of August 20th.  Two or three witnesses saw the deed  It was committed under the  light of a full moon.  The witnesses we.-e able to identify  the defendant on account oC the bril-]  liancc of tbe moonlight.   'The defendant could not provo   un    alibi,    and  thin:" looked pretty bad for him.  But at this point Colonel Byrne produced an almanac showing that ou the  night in ('iicstion thero had been., no  moon whatever. Thereupon a great  laugh resounded through Ihe courtroom, and tho defendant was speedily  acrjuitted.  Colonel, siv-hl ihe defendant, after-1  wards, how much d.i 1 owe you'.'  You owe me, the Colonel answered,  five hundred  dllars.  Ain't, that, pretty steep.  No���������not when you consider >��������� thai  1 only scl one hundred oui: of it. j  Why. what did you do with the |  other four hundred, Colonel"? Bribe!  the jury? ��������� I  .'No, sirl-   shouled    Colonel    Byrne, I  hotly.   'No, sirl     Do you think I have  no  moral  sense?      It cost' me  four  hundred dollars, sir, to set (hat almanac printed. ���������   ���������  ill  onl*.  at  form  Tim������  Kidney trouble  but.will assist the Kidneys in their work of filterms'  the impurities from the blood. ;Kidueys working  properly mean a good complexion, bright eyes,  a cleat* brain, in fact a condition of general  good health.  Gir\ Pills are sold by all druggists, at 50c. per  box, 6 for $2.50, or direct from     ... /.f/*(l  N'slicna! Drug and Chenical Co., of Canada I'niJed, Toronlo.     fl,n\  182  Vn::rmutttj-  iKu&ir  ���������������--���������':*���������������(���������;  uut curt.,  a  wm  ag?  Wk  ���������C>  ' >': I*  Learning  Gcorse had b:cdme keen ou self,  but he could net drive. lio worked  out a homo-made captive bah attached by,a eord.tp a spike driver- inlo  the {,'i-oti.ul.'-      '       .  Out on the lawn he tried a nilshty  swipe. The- ball, ilew fast, and true,  btit alns, when it, came to tho end of  its tether it came back with a jerk  and Oeorso cleverly stopped il with  his eye.'  What have you been doing? anxiously asked "Urs. George t:: he staggered into the drawing rooij*-. .  Learning to drive. ���������  Which---a motor-car otb an aero-,  plane'.'    . ....  Relief for Suffering Everywhere.���������  He whose life isomatic miserable by  the sulTerins that comes-from indigestion and has nol tried Parmelee's Veg-.  etab'l������ Pills does not k*iio\y, how easily  this'forinidabl'i foe can bo.dealt with.  These pills will relievo where others  fail. They are the icsnll of long and  patient study and are confidently put  forward as a sure corrector, of disorders of the tP -obtivo organs; from  which so niany suffer.  His Side Line ,  Where' can I find the chief of. police? asked * the stranger in Slocum-  villi*.. ���������  Tbe native poin'ed... "hat's .him  over yonder by the Palace hotel, shin-  ins that grocery drummer's- shoe,"-.  ���������A" membeY of, "the ..House of Commons had" been'paying attention to a  young lady for a long whilo, and had  taken hero to'attend tho .House until  she *.vas we'll posted iu the rules..On  the' last day of the session, as -they  came out, he bought her a bouquet of-  flowers, and said to hevf  May "i offer'' you ,  my    handful    of  flowers? '' ������������������"'.���������     ���������    r -"  '"She replied promptly:  I '_jv"c to amend .by  omitting'all  after the word hand! ���������       ������ *,  " lie blushingly seconded the amend-  .ment,-. and thoy, adopted it unanimously.     ,.   "'- i>      " '��������� :,,   -  "Perrin  Gloves  jgive the final    .^%^.yj  touch of effective-   ^sjj  ness to any costume.  Best dealers, everywhere sell  "PERRIN"  Sure Proof  Ma���������Come,"Willie.. do*.'t be"so selfish..     Let'your* little * brother, .play  with your marb.les a wlu* *. '   ,  Willie���������He. means to keer IhiSm'al-"  ways.  ,  Ma���������Oh. f think not'.'..  ������. Willie--! say. Yes. cause, he's swal*  - Getting a' husband  is at*  art.  but.  keeping him is a science.        ������u ., ..  r  ENGLISH  LACE  HAND  WADS  UAOt IY1HB VlLLUCXl* IH BUCRIK0H'.|-5II!*l������.  No. 100.  rsici*-  .20  ft yard  i v m '**" ������i nu n������ * ���������" i* if Tr ' winKlei.  Oii.- l.tcrt wt:e ������������'������rdeJ Cold MtiiTtl   Tien, Vetnte,  Ihr FoslUal of Cropit* ounl Innnerltl   litu, Ycliet,  ��������� I7.l.ll,lllnn   r.uu.i ������������l...   1011 Ci^-l .  I    1 ...tl.,   UI    l,.M|.llv   wi������    ������>..|.  * -ZzhlkltlOD, Cryiul Fulgce, 1911.  STOCK COLLAR, S5 Cfnl^Jhaltt.  Stoclo,  rintrani,  Jaliolt, Ac.  ��������� DO, .70.11>.  IMrlfm,  riv������ o'ciacli  D'Oyleyi,  tc, in.l  fveiylhim  Hint cm b������  *tA'������ln t.������r������. Viiil Lien  ���������nd ImrrlUii Inn  ,11),  .30, .20 uo to ������,B0  reryd,  Bvnlilct liultleJ A>  I������l*rtrtln| llumo \niut-  trr." llluiir-nlna ������v������r  ' 19} Tallin* ot l'lliow  I.OCC pntt free la w.y  ptrl nl wotM, Thn  lict.aiakeri   ir* very  ������aj  ol   my   Wilm,  intrtr Mil)  tVC.lt ItnlmU*  ftl.lflW   l-AUB    ml  Mri. Una  Arm������tronp.  Olnty, Bticlti.  ENGLAND  mumi*rU*  Well���������Not Quite  The othpr" day a teacher was er%'  plaining io the children how many of  our adjectives are made from nouns  by adding- a suffix. ���������     ..  .Children, sho'said, take the noun,  joy,- add ous to it���������and yon have Ihe  adjective joyous, meaning full of.joy.  In like manner, the adjective courageous means full of courag:-. Now  Johnny Jones', stop' pulling at your  hair and give mc ah example of 'what  1 havo just, been saying���������I don't believe you've been paying the slightest attention to mo! .'    -.  Oh, yes I have    Teacher,   -replied.-  Johnny, with " a   grin.   Take  meanint*.- full oE pie.  Tne Soul of a   Piano  ia the  Action.   Insist on tha  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  [MH^cowwcws&jira^  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUMSDEN   BLDG.(CC������ **2'M) TORONTO.  WRITE F0* rCRMS. * AT.J7/3.  pioti*-:  Famous Author's Retreat  Sir J. M. Barrie is to reside for  some weeks each year at killieeranki'e  Cottase, Pertlishire, the residence attached to the Tenandry"estate, at- the,  head of fho Pass, ot Killiecra'nkie.  'Miss Marie Gorelli occupied Killic-  crankio Cottage one. .season some  rears ag'o.  YOt; GET MORE MII.K  j \\\m\ cows are .leliovuod. I'lia KIX������  /STOKEBEIIORNEK is tiie most ef-  '~rccll"f5^lffinfllwil3it~on~tlie-_ni-ii,''ct^  It cuts I'lf-sn troui four skl.is. N������  ci-us'iinj*. Takes less t'mii tvfo minutes. N'o bad after-etfccls. '* Wrttt  for booklet G. K. H. M'KENNA,  819 Robfi-t Bt,, Toronto, Cm. .,.  Minard's Liniments Curts Burns, Etc,  "llow'.s our old  I'r.cn.l,. Hick?  All! Poor chap.  What!  Is he dead?  Worse than. that,  llenvf*!*'-*' What's happened fo  He's run off with my wife.  iii m,'  Do Not Rock the Cradle-  lu  a  leaflet  issued  liy  (ho   Ihiblic  Health .Department of tho Corporation  of London mothers are aclviatcl never  to rook the baby.  Mnny doctors are amilnsl rho custom because the action ot rockiuK  Htupllloi-; the ,clillrl. Lulllnfj; them to  sleep in this way, if is at a tod, Is responsible ..'or tunny (UKwtlvo ��������� illeor-  di'i's.      ���������  ^ri^:fdr'Price MsW^J  fffi/tf end Alexander, WINNIPEG. Canada  1 cau utiihrstat 1 a woiiisi WMitiny  lo ninfeh ii. piece of Bilk.  Well'!  Hut why should she mnko mo shew  hor all 'iho nifrlsonUors a:ul. Bi'liul-  fltoni.H \vt> have In stock.  How it Looks*  My son, bo polite until you have ac-  cniniiliited your, first hnndre.! thousand.  Yes, dutl.  After thnt llie VoA'tilatlciii tiling i������  to be crisp and torse.1'   ������  **���������    ������������������  .II.IOW.III    WW  A (InrlnK o.-cporlment was nuiilo by  the aviator Py-joud, at the nerodromc  ofChafeaiil'ort., Paris. Whllo Hying  ar a helKhf, of 700 foot ho cuddenly  roliuriulshcd nil control o'lhiii manhine  and enmo down lo ctirtlt by means bt  it pariH'hulo. ..  .Joluiny had n hi;-,ii fi'Vi r nml the  doctor was Hint for. Al'ior fuklni;' his  tiiniperiitiii'ii and li'iivlni; soin.i incill-  ciiic the .'.K"t,-i' went nwy  In a shoit Unic little .loluiny'*- lij-en  eyes I'ph'd tin* ihmioi'ri ihonni-iuu'liM'  (which bu had tliuiiKhili'S.-ly lcfi on  the talih'i, and iu n very ������nl!i.'liuui'  lnaruu'i* sahl: Ijimk, tniinitir.i! tin; ilni*."  tor Inni li;l't   his i(Hii|i"ni|.iin.'.  DOc. * b&-< er ������l* boxtt tor $2.50.  .it ,iM tt������.il*r������, or The Doddn Medicine Coiv-fv*rrji Limited, Toronto.  Canada.  I    A IHU.- bey su'Vi'i, yearn nf ii'vi was  ! valiantly tonsiiriiiiif; inn.' of tin- l'ir-'<'  | liioib'ni  rn'i-nl Hh'kii of    pi'|ipi'iliK'!il  cirnlv smiii' liiiie beforo bri-iikfnst and  .i iu'!j;libiir Vihn wan ������������������.iillM'rii'!'" ll"*.*.*-1.>  ! in tl.e faily nioi'iiliiR ciilil:  !     Wi-il,  I'lmrln',    i**    tlml.    .vii'.i'.'      I  llniitht, ���������.���������((!i wi'ic vloU  wlUi  an ai'iKi'  l.ilini*!'.  an-i'ii  ami  liml  ti>  h.ive  tin*  ij'.niir  V. :."in, k ���������;,! ibi- lt,y, I wu1', but tV'-  v...   > ..-���������  i-'!'r*.  For Curiir. and Scalds.���������Ih*. Tlio'.'i-  ui-' JCeli-eirle Oil will tnko ilu- lire oui  of n burn or nuild nuire rapidly than  'any other iin'pnrntion, It i-houhl In;  at lituiil in (.very Miclien st> thai H  mny ho availuble at any titno. Tln'ro  Is no preparatlnii icinli'i'd. .lust apply tlie oil to llie liiirii or scald nml  ilie |min will nkali* and in n short Unie  ceii^e nlinmaliiT.  Letting H?i   Down Liisy  llefot'i. I (iiiim,^' tu i. iiu.-iiK'.-... (..i.i  j BUiitlOij nf nny kind I ulwiij-i '- 'he n'>  wife I.it,i my uiiill<l������'i'."i������.  I'd yoil llnd her :id\Iee lirlpfiilV  Nnl   ofli-I),  bill   ll   lllv.iy*.  li'HUl'llh  Ihe  llllllL-!.     IO     i.    .       .. !,     .        '.'.  .      '     *"'.'."      !.     '���������''  ciiUHi'  nlii"i   I'.ad  a  eh.iiii'c  In   he  ���������'.**;���������  pi'i'Mnf-   it.  Nothing New  Did lii.il  palnihil  t.'ll joii !!.���������(,��������� mull  i ribrnt yinir.--.fll".*  Yl'.l,   bill    lll.V    Wu,     r;.-;   ii.-.-n    u.i'.li;.  that .or yi'itiv.  W. N. U. &J7  \    I'- ].������������������ i.������!iij.|' !<'!y uiid-'f    Ills    wih-'tt  'iliiiiiinliiii'.'  I  ;:, i    ",   : i      ll.' w.-arn .*  b:it!;iir;  t-..'  '.'...,-.  r.:..   ui, ih- Ufi Ill' .  Try  Murine   Eye Remedy  K you h.ivo tied, Weak, Watery I'yM  or (Jraiuil'ittil liycliil**, l)ueMi't Smart  ���������SiHilJii-s V.yc Pain. I"������r������jTt*"i- ** Sell  M'iri'1) Rye K*nu***|y, Lif|tiiil, 2Sc, SOc.  Murliia Eye Salvo in A^ptie Turu-s,  2.v:,  ,%o.    Eye  U^.L-i* J'rf.)  by Mail,  An ry* T*(.lo 0*->t lit All t.f* Out M������������i1 Car*  llurin* ������y������ Rvmedy Co.. Chicait*  CANADA Portland CEMEN  r**i7\Klf7% T'T*  i  u  NLESS you have facilities for letting cement, you muat  rlprifrifl upon \\if manufaclurer for Cement that is  reliable ��������� lilvery car of Canada Cement ia thoroughly  tested, and unleen it passes every test it is not allowed to leave  the mill.  You enn tlepond upon Canada Cement.  Be sure you -ret it.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  Th*re ii ������ C*n������tl������ Om-nl dealer !n your nelghborliooJ.   If you Ao n*t  know Mm, ������nk ut for hit tumi.  Ifriu mr hftrttittittt Kurtauftr tt frrr ctiy if the 160 >./.f/ htih "ll'htt  th r.trvtrr t:������i IH WHS Ctwrtit."  y2'Ww*'iI^Ti^''ftt^'Jn.'^''M\v r.--,rl , ���������-���������*���������/���������'��������������������������� M-<*.y*^���������*>''.���������.������������������.-.,.���������-, >--i--,'  V  1  1 Mh.-^JL-a.ji-i?v.J������~:--v-'>fr .J.- J-������--'������^^--������<*w>j-.*-<.  ...     V,- V  M  I  I.  It  1 '*  k  h  li  ���������'I  *.>'���������  I'  ;c  ft  THE NEWS, 'CmijJEKE'A?n5, B. G,  iATMENT  PUTS DRINKERS   BACK   ON THEIR   FEET  Ih-? ir.tm tho thinks pr-i-Icaioally or habitually is pbvsicallv. morally, and  i-ciitn.Iy inferior io the sober,' industrious man, and "1.0 one realizes it-better  i.i-'ii liiuifolf.' ���������       ���������  It is use-less for hiai to atli-mpt to over-come the habit of his own free will.  Ho nuiiit h:i\-i- ii������s!.st:irice. * ;,'  T.lcdica!  treatment  is  the only solution  to his problem.  '������!���������.(��������� Xt-u: TroEiiucnt -is purely medical. It is a safe, sure vegetablo com-  R-iiiul (alcen intcinally wb.ioli eliminates the alcoholic poison from the systerii  i'i*.I W aves no bail afit-i: effects. No hypodermic injections are amployed. ���������  .   Call or" writo any oC tlio "Xeal Institutes for full information,  NEAL INSTITUTES: ���������  ICO Broadway,  Winnipen,   Man.  12-1 Victoria Ave., W  Recilna,' Sask.  320 Thirteenth ���������Ave.  Calgary,   Aita.  W.  The Choice of Generations  Sixty-two years, ago your Grandmother  kindled the lire with the "Eight-day'' stil-  phur���������the first EDDY -product 'To-day  most of the nine million Canadians favor  the new silent "Scs-qui" non-poisonotisj  matches, or one of the many other brands  made by.EDDY."   Ask your "dealer.  TI-.    Baby  The .teacher ' was  iiildressiui-:    his  pupils on the subjects of lnr-'.iness and  idleness.   He drew a terrible picture  * of tiio habitual loafer���������tlio man who  dislikes work and  who  begs for  all  Jlri sets.*   *_ ��������� _; .^   Now^Tolinyi^'d-'!"!^  little boy who liad been very 'nation  tivo during the lesson. John was in-  stautly on the alert. ������������������ Tell me. continued the te-acher, who is the miser-Abie  in.'lvit'ui'.l who.gets clothes, food ar.d  lodging, arid ye: does nothing in return.  John's face brightened. ���������  Please sir, salt   he,. Die baby, . .  ��������� .For ycaia Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator has ranked as tho most  Ml'ecUvc ��������� preparation nianufactiired,  And it always maintains its reputation.  You have been lighting again, Tom-  ' .""ly!  I couldn't help it mamma. That  Staploford boy . assed mo.  * Tlif.1 was' no reason for fighting,  Yon should hnvo remembered that n  .loft'answer turneth, away wrath and  given him a soft answer.  I did,     I lilt him-with a chunk of  mud.  Minard's Liniment for oale ������������������������ very where  It, happened on n llir'*o-n-*iit car lino.  Tho ear was crowded, A man got on,  ovldonl.ly a foreigner, lie bought n  iiuiirter's worlh ui tick-its (eight).  Tho eoniliictoi* took one. and handed  him thti olliorfl. When thn conductor  cuine uroiiiiil for lures again, the man  gave him anolhor, After a III tie, another call and another ticket, until  they woro all gone. Vy lilmmol, said  tho mnn, I ptiy a. More tii-1-.otn! T  vulk! Ami ho got off mid walked,  Pretty Neat  Under 'Labby Reprinted,'" 'Truth'  recalls the following classic anecdote  about tho lato Jay Gould, the millionaire railroad "Doss.'" Those who have  heard the yarn will, we'arc sure, for-  JVQ-Jiur Jit:m-.o.duclng^iLrni^iii.r������-g;l!.:a.  MANY  NEW   SPECIES,,  Birds Have Been Discovered in B.C.  Thought Didn't Exist  Many.aew bird and fish types which  It was commonly believed, did not exist in British Columbia were obtained  in a recent trip which Curator Kerin-  ode and Assictant Curator Anderson  made to,the Atlin-taka receutly. Tor  one thing, they established the'fact  that the grayling fish lives in this province, having themselves caught several of this variety in Atlin lake.  Casts are being made from the specimens secured and they -will"shortly  be on.view iii the provincial museum.  The grayling, points out "Mr. Kor-  mode, can ��������� readily be distinguished  by the presence of a-large dorsal iiii.  A number of other interesting members of tho fumy tribe, including several .species of chars, -were also  caught in Atlin lake. t .  At the present time the museum  curator is engaged in having prepared  many new fish, casla.' The casts' are  mndo from the bodies of the fish and  are then correctly colored.' The advantage of having casts is that they  aro permanent,,whereas it is impossible to keep mounted fish any length  otc,time in a proper or typical condition. Tho'new casts, which will supplement,. the various collections already in existence, will show, the "salmon,' for instance, from Us youthful  state until alter spawning, when the  full grown llsli begins to deteriorate.  Eight new cases of fish are to be exhibited in the museum, within the next  few weeks.  Unfortunately, at. the present lime,  the provincial fish exhibit is largely  restricted to food fishes, but the curator hopes that shortly sufficient appliances will be provided to .enable  the department lo obtain types* of  deep sea fish off* the coast here.     '"  'While he was on his northern 'trip  Mr. Kermo'de secured many birds of  Alaska forms', including .the Alaska  spruce partridge, which differs from  the- all-black bi-d, commonly called  Franklin's grouse, in that it has a  brown hand on its 'tail. Another bird  was tlie Alaska jay, which is somewhat similar to the Rocky mountain  jay. These birds are to be placed  in the museum shortly.     ' -  He Wanted it Clear  There, said the stern parent, I've  done something J intended to do long  ago, I've-given you a fixed'income  and you'll have to live on it. Remember what l say. You'll have to live  on it.  The young man looked at tho slip  of paper whicli his father handed him  and then he looked at his father.  Dad, ho said, this .isn't quite fair.  Eh!  What isn't fair?  *-���������"7' you meaa that l'n to have  $t),000 a year, don't vou*'  Yes.  Clear? .. ' "   '<���������..*.;��������� '  Of course.  . Then if I'm  to have  $.-.,000 clear  what do you mean by giving me a taxable income" with  no  money  to inutile tax.  Willi a wild howl the infuriated father kicked over tlio waste basket and  tore tip his check-book.  r submit to.a headache Is to vusts" enerpy, time ar.d comfort.  To slop it atones simply laita  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  ^viMnL"^3,' Wt" v������nftrT CUr st*t8men! that they do not contain  anything that can harm heart or aervous system.    25c. a box.  NATION*!. DRUG AN0 CHEMICAL 60. OF CANADA. LIMITED.   12*  111 !  Where the Population is Dense  Of the 57,570 rural mail' boxers  Canada,  44,525  are in  Ontario. This,  is  because  tho  advantages  of  rural i  mail  are  most insily  applied  whero!  there is the greatest density of population.  .. One dose of Miller's Worm .Powders  will clear the stomach and bowels of  worms, so that the child will no more  be troubled by their ravages. Tho  powders aro sweet to the taste and no  child wlll objeel to 'taking them. They  are non-injurious in ' their composition, and while in some cases they  may cause vomiting, that must not he  taken ay a sign that they uiv nauseating, but as an indication of their-effective work.  " Repeaterf9 Smokeless She! te* 8  Ifyou want a good low-priced Smokeless powder '-'load,"  Winchester Factory Loaded " Repeater" Shells will  surely suit you. They are loaded with the standard  brands of powder and shot, good wadding and with that  same'care and precision ivhieh have made the Winchester "Leader" the most popular and satisfactory gg  high-grade shell upon the market. Some shooters insist  that .Winchester "Repeaters" are better than other  makers', highest grade shells. A trial will tell the tale.  Don't forget the name :, Wmcnester " Repeater."  THE YELLOW SHELL WITH THE CORRUGATED HEAD.  essay waas  of those who havo nn  I remember hearing..years ago, a  good story about Jay Gould. -Uo had  a quantity of stock of soihe' particular  railroad winch, being worthless, he  was anxr.tis to soli: His .minister  cr.tno to him orur- morning and said to  him: Mr. Gould, 1 um a poor man  and 1 have a laigo family. T have  managed to put. by ton'thousand dollars and if only I could double it I  should not. be anxious about the future of my family if r were called  away.  Minister, said Mr. Gould, I will toll  you how. to.'do'so. provided, thnt you  wilt tell no one else, and lie advised  hiin to- liurchase largely of this particular Htock for a, riso.  * Tho minister did so. and tho'-stock  was in great demand, nut ft month*  or two afterwards the market price  foil heavily, Agal,* the mliitsU.r called on Mr. (h.iild.  I am ruined. Iu������ i;aid. You liavo  deceived yonr piiHlor,  'Pastor, replied Mr, Gould, I told  you to koop my advice a Kuorot*. Did  you doVo?  Woll, said the minister. I did mention il lo a few of our nldors.  Bo I thought you would, nald Gould,  and I have got oIT tho wholo of tlio  stock that 1 held on r.hcm and thoir  frlondt-i. Hero are your ton thou-  sand dollars hack and horn are ton  more for your troublo In fho miitter,  ILLS OF CHILDHOOD  Every mothu- should bo able to recognize llib symptoms of the littlo  ailments that attacl. her children. She  should also be in a position to treat  thenypromptiy, To do this she shouli".  keep a supply of Baby's Own Tablets*  m the house at "all times. The Tablets never fail to lo of help to little  ones..  Jl^i������^a_AyJbci_arfi_aaxious���������for-  Kisses  Mr. I'hanor- J. Elder tells (his anecdote of Pombo, iho great, South  American poet wli; died in 1P12.  ���������'  It happened in' a New York literary  salon presided over by a distinguished  Argentine lady., Pombo had,been'presented to her and she asked him, with  much, enthusiasm, who was the anonymous poetess, lho famous Edda, the  Bogolana. '���������  Do you really "find lliose verses  worth reading? asked Pombo.  "Worth reading! Verse,'; vibrating  with the deepest passion.-, of a' woman's soul, so essentially feminine  verses .too, exhaling, the mysticism,  the adoration of a Santa Teresa! Oh,  you men! Who amonj-'you could write  such verses?  W'll; said Pombo, Edda-is now. in  Xotv York, and if you want to make  her acquaintance��������� ��������� ' ;  *������������������'Speak, man! cried his hostess, im-  ! petucusly. Where doe-; she- live?  What's- her name? I'll see ��������� her to-,  night and cover her' with kisses.  the welfare of her little ones will re  ceive free for the asking a valuable  littlo book on tho care of infants and  young children. Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. G. L. Bonham, St.-George,  Out., says: "I can recommend Baby's  Own' Tablets as a safe and sure modi-  cine for little ones. 1 ..��������� havo -raised  four babies with then aid and would  not bo 'without them," Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cent a  a box-from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvillc, OnL  Willie���������Paw. wbnt Iii' luck?  Paw���������I.uck in what wal-on the ulhcr  follow sticooBBfnl, my son,  Mere's a chance  for you to buy  your range from  the factory and  save 30%��������� to  buy it on easy  terms and to get  the very range  you would choose, even if you  had to pay the retail price.  Our free boolc shows you  eiBClly whit th������ rings ii like, It d*  icribei mcI-i point cltiil--, ind vt*  Biurftiitea our range to bo jml  ui repreientid.  You miglil tl well live I lift retail  profit.   Mail lli������ coupon lo-diy,  Dominion Pride  Range  .tcel body��������� {j    |  Itinureakibli  ���������ioori ind  ciitingi���������  . IjeirJlilulIji  Cimito   *A^  MiHeil-fe������  ^,  Keel RiR|i Mlg  Ci��������� limited, Osbivra  Pleiii mil Bultt  Nj-m-  tllrttt���������..H.  Cith or Crodii  Six yenri.1 later he return*', Ills  Hwouthoait of former yonrs \ma  marriod. Thoy --loci at n party, She  linn C'hungod; |-p|woen ;lanee,-i tlio ro.  cognition InkoH -iluce,  r.et mo sof, sho' ���������jvif-K-R, with hor  fun boating *i tattoo on hot* pretty  hand, was It you or you,- brother who  wan my old HwuctliP'M'i.'  lUmlly, I don't know; "irobiiblv my  father, ���������  The. doctor wild worrliil nbotif, tho  condition n' IiIh imtlont. I think I  Hhiill havo to will in hoiv.o other pin*.  Hlolim for entimiltnllon.  Tli'it'H right; go alieiui, Held the pn-  flout,, ltilto clieci'fijlly, (Jet as nuinv  uccoinplicoii an yon can.  Wlint did the ��������� jiroprlolor of the  awlnu Buy when |)0 fniind ymi tooAlvc  on tholr IniHkH?  What lin nalil, replied (ho prodigal  son, was thin: *i,.(v* (!0II10 ()nf, nt-  thnro! Tlioiic hunk,-- urc worth  i inoiii-y tlioflo diiyi>.  i    Ooorgf, ivliuf nm vnu liiii'iilni- Ao'\rn  , wiui 'iHkod, going to the h'l'iitii and peer-  . i.'lf, -.iii  hi.' t,lniln\K,'i,  !    Tin- letiorH I  wroUi you boforo wi*  I wen. iniirrlnil.  I    Vou lioiirlloHH wri'lfh!  I woiidm* If  ���������(lll  all mon aro *-<> d"Vold of nonllnu'iit? jigaln  Brave  Mnn and  Women  Women, as-a rule, ..re more given  to tlie marrying habit thii^ men,  though no woman has reached the  ���������world's marrying record made by  George WitxoiT, the notorious bigamist, whose ��������� marriagi-rs totalled ovor  100. In one week he we-i through  eight ceremonies,  Almost as strange a case'was that  of a KusBlan woman eor.'.'cmiicd nol  long ago to Siberia aiic had been  married to twenty husbands and had  troat.-.d them all alike, running away  from each in 'tur-. and taking all their  portable properly with her, She was  a most attractive wemun, and highly educated,  A woman named Sclunoyor, of Penn-  aylvnnln, was s'ont lo "rlnou not long  ago for bigamy. T\ough sho was only  twenty-sovon yjars old, sho hud mnrrled twolvo men in ton years. lior  only comment in court wn:. that alio  had liked them all.  A Ilocr womnn named Do Jlpors,  whose sixth luisldiid dlor. recently, is  tho liroud mothor��������� und tlopmntlior of  forty-nine children, while her grandchildren number L'TO. Kour of her  ilx htisUnil*.- were, wldiiweri., nil with  airly largo finulllcs wluui nho marled tup in.  You can" sttTrt fight away, Senora,*  said the ugly  little'Pombo, I���������I  Edda.  am  FARMERS  RinBt'cCiyS "I'mM"1-1!.'0' ,!|{**i"f t^Ji'Slw-it prices for WHEAT, OATS.  port apxu' oLAX'\by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTH. R and hnvlng them aol'l oil commission by   "  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  ,    THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'   AGENTS *'   .. .,   ADDRESS 700-703 Y., eRAI*l   EXCHANGl     '"ll-JNIPEG  SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO*  PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain Commlsiilon Merchant*  5J*^0r5.nij.:L*<lln* re,l<:*- Port Arthur or Fort -vt'IUIam.  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Advancet Prompt Retuma  Winnipeg, ManitalM  Notify Peter Jmaffll.  . Beat Qridaa  Itz^,  ' Mistress (gettinjr; ready  ion)���������How does my new  iiv the- back, Norah?  Maid���������Beautiful,   mum    ._ _.,.  will all he doligtUtd when you leave  the "oom.  i'or recei*t-  Sown look  Sure   they  Vr.u  i    I am doin������ it  ���������Tamos Kriinois Hwyei*, thu novelist,  Biarleil on ii trip uroiim'. the world iho  other day. Ilo'; hocu nruiind hefoio  hut I IiIh Unit) ho U piliiK with moiiny  In hiu iioelcet, The iiIkIii. lu-l'oro ho  utarloil ho mot an J-JiikIIhIihiiiii at the  Knl(,'kerl)o('.I(i;r.  And ho you arc i;olni*,' lo \IhII Sydney? said the KiiueIIhIiiiiiiii, I muni  Klvc you a letlor to my dour old friend  l!owllni{no;i,  I wish you would, t*nid Dwyer, euRei*.  ly. I very nunMi wit-li you would. I  have liocn afralA thnt I would not he  able to not In to H.'O Mm.  Oh, said the 'MiHlluliiwu:. Then you  know of UIm.  More Uinii *.liti , ki.'uI Dwyor, 1 know  Ii I in. I war, bust i'ii In Sydney and lio  paid mo $.ru* week to do $lo worth of  llUlli, ...^     l.l.lv   i.lit.   i   J.Vl.11   111)   [,,,,,.   ,".>  ���������piimohnw. Wli'-n \ ;:'M a lifttcr .'oii  nnd unit lie yelled around an thouiji  I wire ubiiHli.K lil������ oonllik'iicf!,  Ur   ual.l   tlio  jiiu/.KmI   K.iKlinliiiir. i.  And  why  do you  want  tu ww litin  toiiHldorlri-.1;    the -rr -tinpleim'  Not to be Forced ,  . The bartender grasped tho man next  Ihe stovo by the shoulder' and shook  him until he was awuk-..  Here, Zoph, he told him, you'd better  sro out and goi some fresh air.     It'll I  do you good.  Zopli merely griunod drunkenly and  huddled back'In liln chair, Tho bartender tried it tigai;-. with liko resiii;,  You won't hot out, won't you? ho  roared angrily, SoUlns tho unfor-  tunii.'oly Zeph lo th.- collar :.nd tho  coat of the trouseis, he escorted lilm  forcibly to the alley, ("lot out there  in tbe air and brace up! wa, his partial*; advice.  Y'kin put mo ouL ir y' like, but--  /eph filraishtoned up with ilrunkrn  r.i unity���������ye can't mako nie take no  air, darn yo!  Minard's    Liniment   Curei    Dandruff  Br.d-. efs  llridgel, who had lulnilnlslorfd tho  culinary afi'alrs of the Mom, Iioiiho-  hold for ninny years, 'was sometimes  torn between her devotion In hor mis-  tronH and loyalty to the sinnll son of  the liotirio.  llrldR'ot, nald Mrs. Mon-u, In a (one  of woudur, ufiitr an inspLctiou of tlio  pantry, where havo ihoiio splendid  red apples none Hint ihe man hrmi!.';lil  yoBtonlny���������tliOKi.' four bis ones?  \Vn". now, i.iii'nm, km 1:1 poor Ilr|i|.  Kol, I couldn't rljj-iitly nay, but I'm  IhlnkiiiK If you were to Cud out where  my loaf o' hut. KliiRTrbread Is, llkdy  tlieiii four red appli.'s would I in lyln,'.*.  rlKht nn lop of II, and I'm only hop.  Iii;-- his Utile liisUle can t-taiid Uie  slrtilu.  FREE  Daily Ma-rket- Letter and Sample 'GnUn Bags.  Bond us your name ami address and we will  !������������ ,.PMt yo.uJon our ���������*til*K Hst���������ifa free.   Let u������  keep you posted on -market iPrlces for grain.  Personal attention given to selling and grading of all  Sf..^U(rD^r T^cli1g and Clalm DePWtmentB work in our  dlent*'. interest*. Wc.have every facility for prompt service and  wo'get best results for shippers.  Send to-day for a supply or Bam pie bigs and deal with ft  firm whose, business has been built ii-p by satlsflod custom"!*  CENTRAL GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED  ��������� COMMISSION MERCHANTS  'wa GRAIN EXCHANGE     r.   WINNIPEG, MAN  Paid-up Capital, $150,000  Eefo  ���������enees,    nil,     _   Commereial Agency.  Bank    or  lill-P*  llvo  i-ll Id  The Boys Will be Boyc  My wife's mil of town,    ���������  Ho In in Inn.  1 know lw(i olh.'i* ;*,*ni)d r.iiluws,  (ireat!  Tn-inorrnw    nl������,hl    nl  hutifcu.     Teivceiit. limit.  Didn't Oliver CoIiUuiiIhi  lidn*'.' nuked the tonrl.d.  I don't roinenibt'i' il.<>   nam.  the janitor.     Who  wns ill.   ���������^���������nl'.'  Ho wan ,i port.  Then It In hardly llli<*l> Ihat he  et-fir lived horo,' ulr. We ahvay- di-  niaiid Uio rout In udvance,  AcefirdliiK lo '.hiu ndvcrtiKi'iiK'ni jn  n ConiKiCtlmit eountry paper lliero iH a  ' ���������...' !!S >:.">��������� v,i".;������t'.i'...l ���������Mr.ii ���������      o. ot rnro iH'couipllrilir.-.fiU:. I  Wniiled -- A    Kteiidy.    rrhpfcinbli"!  ybuiw man tr, look m'li ��������� a vtarAoa and; H������������ around  rare fcr u cov; ������������������������������������lo lu.: a ;;o������i) voir-i   torih n not.  and Ih acctihtoiiKd .o Bliii.; In the clioii*. j'"" '"  "   '  ��������� Wnt^rn-ielon  _ A i.n.1.11 ni'iiro i,(,y went lu a phy-  Isii'lau io lm iniiti.'t: fur a painful hi>ii-  jraMon In um* of lils cum.     Tlio doc-  niir'lor o*\;inilii(.'il nml toidid Hi; our wan  ! full of water.    ;    n���������w cjlei tlilit   liapp'HV    oo   iihIcimI  Tin- iici.  school It'iichcr In n  ruiall iiltei*  |n>  bad  dr.iiueil tl'.'  i-m,   bou  town mive a hoy n i]in;Hlloii lu ooiii'jjjoIhk in HwImmliiKV  lKiiliul pruiiortloii for hmno -/orl; one!     ::*i\v,  kuIi, t'a'.t  ll  ...������ jimr InioroHt. ilrar.  ;1 nin irylm; to Ilx iIiIukk hu Hint, whin  j I (lie nobody can diHput, my will ou  1 the krouji(| ������[ In.-nnlty.  Maiiou���������Do you think If; unluclcy  to liavo tl.lit.cn ;,t, ., (j,-,,), ;  Ilrtiwn���������Not If tho thirteen in pay.  In*-; for tlio dinner.  W.   ^. *'��������� 977  A eonirovf.rHy In koIiia on ns tn the  jt-ixr In whicli the rdiu; Imt waa Intro-  |diiccil Into this country. '-.lore* nan-  lAiialtlo nctivily would find tii "name .t  I tin* lli'id. Iif'i'o who uurr- lho yinr; hat  Uuil momir.ieut liln' ar.ive.  .iii.. i .nu,'.-. ut  ,',im|i   iii'i|iiiiiiiiaiii-ia;  1  want, Hitld Dr��������� Dwjvr, r.liiiply to  hit lilm In the otlii!,* vyo.  The Floral Balknns  Tlio UiilkiiiiH, In Home ri'Bpccl.i the  moBt  ropuMvo roKlon rf  Mtiropi', li'  Homily om* m ihe nrniuIi-m1 . lu lm  Kiliia iHpcolully It ������k pm-Hlhl:; u������ wiiii-  ib-r liu-riilly iliriiiiKii inili'i- oi  im-u.  Cause -ind Effect  I Wiirnl.-r why li in, ;-(i|,| Hilda.!, t!iati  to many or tin no Kuclitl l!jjtit.i look ;' < j  like iiiriii!.cy-s"; .  1 fiiiry nald (^"^u., i'��������� ;���������, i., b J  -.iillHi Ihey arc ������iji:ii -jiu.d vj.i- "������r*.     J  nvonlnK. It liii'liKioil tho clrcnni  r-1 unci' of men working leu lioui's,!!  day lo oompliMi* u ccrtiiiu work,  Tin' next inni'iiln'-1 tin* toiiclinr. In  luokiut*; over tin* lb th* puci. of t'M'i*-  clHcrs, foiinil thlH bny'rt mini wholly un-  aitcniplrd.     Calllim him to lnu*, hIic  rifl-o.t ll'in fliv !l" I II'I 1".' fvlinl In llr.  till*   tllllll. .  lill!    bllV,    llltt'l'    I'lllMll.ilillilO    lUlIlli'  iiroilinl   ll)   Iiii: iiiicUt-i.-i,   l)i'uii|.;lil .  from hlit    fV'*'*r    :,.l(('  niuidi'd  Ii   If  I'er. I'lil'ildlu;:*  JI,  u)(.'  tciu'lur H'-tld:  Hi.       1  .���������   e-i       . .*���������   .... 1   ...   t     ,i ���������  ���������   j   -    . ...    nr.M* liini an il  looks to tn**  lu ',-" a .-Inr ai eii;ht hour tii.-lriu nn'  i in.y o'i.i not Mni'f. thnn i-|t.;lit huuvii  i>. -. ' !i etui' to du, but not more,  Mnml -Why il'dii't you protect yimi  sell    V.ll.'M    ,1*1.-I-*   III ���������.-i'i?    VO'I?  II. Ill - -\\"ll> ,    III    til'.-^     |     H|lS    J.|���������. .,,!,.  Ii'i-.!-    I.'l.'l   tll'SI "I   111 --l-.l.t    1   Wl.llhl    .(.,'  1,<.'���������  :��������� -.n*   slnii". li," im; 'i-l-n*   i'.-'j  would dm*.' to du It.  I.-...I  '-'   Hi  In mi i,<iii|in������ wiiti'riiii.'lon,  llm  !h.w,  A   chlHK  ill  l'l'i-tlt";"-.- nt 11  t.'iil!i*'i.',e .''113  ���������orally irani'lafiiiH; u story nboui a i.nw  i f.'Oir, I-Yon.'i, IiiIoI'JiiuIIhIi.  ;    One itlrl   ���������'.Tidhtor.tly nilldii tin' cow  i 'be-' ii iiiiiiibfj of i'Iiiw'h, iiiuii tii" inii*  , f-'M-VH'  rilOJI|ICl|   III I'  HllOIt llllll   Hllld   ,IIl������  i.i .v.  , ..,!���������'.-,  .'.     .'iii.'i',. ii< i   .a  i'.,ir lit*.*.',  . rl 111 Clll c.  And :i w.iiuuii b' knnwr. hy ilie int-  \ riUiilni;ini'c,:*i fI;c cutn.  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  *ro. iii.'uli** uccording- to n formti!.! In  ll-.; iH'.iily a century uuo (in.i'i'.jj tin*  Iridi.in-'. .-ttul |r'.irnc(| from fhrni liy*  j)i. Miu-c. Tlhuij-li rcj.iMk-d at-  tctMp! *. Ii.ivp boon ni.idi*. I������v pIiVM- .  cu"*������ .n.'l i licnii'-H, it In--1).���������������������������ii t"iiiii|-  , im',!-- iblt* lo itiijirovc th.- "iirimiM or  tin- j.;!!'. I ir. More'-* In.;: ni Hoot  riil.-i.ii'.'.i iii'ii rliiiMri'nif.fy |l ir>;i*;(i-  ���������   ,  *; it-  i'.'n, '.!'  '���������',.���������ii'i ly  'l':.' li  ..I.I'.-  i������i:t t!*:  ��������� SIM'.  v .'.Ll for < ���������'.  I \   .11.1  I.IM f  II.  :ii ,ri i.\ .������nc|  ililt������. T!ic-/  1 !. .  ..  ; ������������������< 1.  S! '  H   I   ,', ..  ��������� ;.l|v ,II'.:I t'-l .   *.  ��������� !v,,i'i.|  tt  rv-  "'������  '1 O    ��������� ^11 *"*  F-'-icr  ,������ta������5������������sas<������ajBlS(IBU.*V''' _  ."���������',-������������������        " -'l^s  ��������� -.-���������-    i'  '    'i'-vr-Sl  ."���������'v'^l  1  ��������� <-. I-I I  -J    I j  j*.      !'  y   -V r^y-Vti^^  ���������v.*.. v* -. ���������'-���������-i-^ i". *.���������-* *.  * M.������*.-.T">"4'���������'*'���������������<*������('������������������������%*.'���������.  \  ���������'-"���������"W- "in  a-^itoUii udAS, . i     NAkaimo bolder *    p^^^^^*  ,:;   ny   WwJr.c-s-ky the AT CUMBERLAND,      '   ,^     .  '/- i'i.' .*. --ti"'' m .-     , ,^. m,.  .-     . -.-I- ���������������������������������,-���������.   ��������� -A   -������-'*V '.C*.-,'' I ^i ������-tv*w"Ais*-fcKt v'<n4  .*��������� -i--.\fc������   \ ^ ..���������������t i-~������ft   &** V-.r   -������ r,������i,*.*.i^,������.*> -.-/"**,���������..������ i *������* *.'������������ ���������*,"^-t-������-n'������������������* ���������*������ ���������' *���������������������������������������������������   ������*-���������*��������� -.���������."���������**.., .J.*- ������������������������- w .-..p*** .   ^t-*j-   -ggt  *.    Cumberland  ! r-c:   Gcr.-:-p-&ny.  :]\\ 3i.*f bold itself  : L" ci-iiiioi'.s oi' ctii-  ���������iv-i i;i iU column*;  fr,  IN TIIE MATTER of Safnh Kl!-|j*  enor Tyfion d-^c-or^ed, in testate,      j^  ANO      .     ' if  IN"THE MATTER ot tlm "Otfl-jg  cial Adniirnstratoi-s Act."' fg/  TAKE NOTlCE-that W order  h' ���������>  ot   Uh    Hoii:>r .Judge   Barker,  * |n>a(!o tbo otli day   of   November.  1013, I \v,r* atipointt-'l, Admini*-  *-    ~ ��������� ii'i\f,w;- of tIso KstaU* ��������� at ihe above-  N ���������"*,.-i jAv.d-' I nu-inii-i'.;-'! decv-t'.^ct, imd   all   par-  1 tii-.*.  hj.vii-'f   i-h'in;.*.   .*n_>*.unst.   the'**?  t  i  .K'*' .van  i  i*i.  ..-.:.       1'. ;.l.������ay.  .f    Vicuori.".  .. . i- ;��������� .-.  Ii..rc- to triir.-;  ; in."  > .-* ;.'..is*>  jji-T i-!- 1; ii!.**, i.f witter  *.-���������.������������������*. Or^-*'-*,   "��������� ��������� I��������� IoIl 11.������������-h' i>i   ii  nb'iin   rhvoa^h   Xu.vciutls'  ���������' -*."ii./i ii lit i ���������.-".-��������� mils uf l.ico:'-  I-y   *n*l;t,.f    K'.r    Quilli'.um  ��������� *. .or wi l!.t div-rt'diit liSOO"  ' - -. -ri'lw.y r, <1 ���������.:))! ba n������-:.d  ���������.���������'.Vwi'y j is pus.!? on tho l-nti  -.. *-. :.v,y Ri-l'*'. of ���������."���������,'s.y. Thi.-  ������������������os'-m --j *. tne grout.--."! on the  :' 'i.s,r.l. iS.'o. T!ih iitr-yd'cali'i.  -' ia the ofUot* ..5 ti:o Witcr Ri"-  ' ��������� f���������*.-!���������-, !>. O.     '"hjsc-'ioas trisy  i -**.-���������:f��������� i (.���������i-.tid'' iuv h'.'ivL'V   fcnuinrd loir*  i " U*������  ! i'lii-iiidi   s;iMif.   proiK'iiy   vorifienl. ' ';  -1'b tl  i S.'.i.CI \  'a--r R'jrorc:.*;? '-r  .  O.-inprrf.*!-.:"  ;;f  Wat-jr /;'n*l������f  ��������� ���������'������������������: Sii'ldi"?���������-, Vio*'-n'--. B.C.  M'lI.T & NANAIMO CAILWAT  AppliiStnt  ���������       ^1. B' BRAvSr.K'S'  FOR A LlfKSCE.T'.*- TAl-iR AND  o        '   'U-**E*\V.;Tl-iK.  ."JOTlt."!''*. is hc-reby f.i'oii lh.it Ewjn-i-  jii: t & ii'.in-iimo Rai!wy, of "Victoria,  }.;. C >���������'}. i pi-ly f-ir s i o n-.;e t-. take nr.A  \ii: jOO.OC-:.! -ja-l'-.u-- p-r 21 hf.arPr of water  c.- of t-aiuly-t'ret-k, wh;oh il.r.-.*: iu a aor-  tf.'.riy ���������������������������-; oc-tfo-n ihi-.u7g'i Xo-t-'isllo DiB-  tri .* 5;u!" I'p.iutie*. int. D.-ej' B,'/, r.osr  ic-ie-cwo I G e.-'k- Th������ iv.-.t.r'v,ill b". A'.vsr-  i.u at 2:30- *������������������}���������. titirisii fx-r.-m R.-iilw.iy and  wiil be used fin G.;cirr������i Jiulwiy w-.!>i)o.-sp  !.'��������� Hit' (>:*, or liouiro tlin., IVAh day  i>e"-o!i'Wi\ 1913. AND all 'par-  li<.\' indebted la  and   ostnto,., am S^  a *'  ���������.���������('quired to pay tho amount of  tliL-ir ii:;U*htodno33 lo nu* forthwith.      ' ,  Daiod liiis lllhdi'.y of.Novoiri-  heiy 1013.  W. WPSLKV WU.I.ABD,  Official Adiui'.iistrator,  Cumborli'ind, V>. C.  s  IN"   THE   COUNTY  '00OW  * OF IvfAN'AlMO   IIOLDEN  =  ATGUMBERLANT),  :IN THE MATTER OF D*nipi  Mugttn dCRpiised, intestate,  wlio  dit^d ?.f   Cuinberlaiid, V. C-   on  Jnne 25th 1913.  AMD    '  IN TPIK MATTER of the  -Offi-  ci^i A.dtniii>*/trators Act."    *  TAKE-N'OTICE'lbat by or-  der of His Honor Judge. Barker,  made tho 5th day of November,  191S,.I.-vvas fiDDoirito'd Ad mini's-  trator of tbe ��������� Estate of the ahbve-  motitioncd deceased, und . all parties   havli'cr   chums   ao-nmst   lho  L** VO '  said estate .'irs. hereby  reqnirpd to  fi  t***TSmSR2Sa&IBl������3Xab^^  to  Ft-KDi*asceivc^-������i3W8st: ^otv^m.'^xacxxLCA'T  m  ������*  ^5 fS <&  **s������^'    ^>5v  on tho 1 ,*.!}��������� I ilL-F.oii!)c.l iv--. r-.-\:!H-���������v l<\-j,h\- of I  tvrnisb   pam*.\ ' properly   vf-rific-d, >*������  to lv.ti-on ovbeforo'tho 18th of De- rl  ���������iv.?  Way.   T!i*������-n-.tcc- w:.-; -i-is-.ori i.".i   the jv-ottib'.-r. VdVd,    AND  ni;'parties j(^  'TToaniJr-m^th'ir-^l-M'Hir^^  Tl.sorif!*&ifci"nv������H .���������'.���������.��������� f'M ia lho   office ( ���������,;; ,-frt ,������������������ ,*,  ,    ���������,.���������.    .ci.a:r[3?  Anything you want   and whatever  way you want it.,        Below are a  -.(th  kw oltriings we j nnt  .cf tiie Wjtor It-jtwrd- v. "i Vu'f.'ri., B. C-  tqt'irod'to p;\y llje  -iniotait ..;f  O'-i^iirls" Xy bcT li! .]  ;v="th Vho^SJ i������l^>^'������������''S to ,*^0 .--cril.ivith.  Wfitor Ileron'cr r.;-������iH-,   '.is.:  Cdinirrol'fvf      Dated rlii'J   .Lttll ilny lif N0"t"  ���������f "Witt'i- t'i^hU,  r.."!li'iin-nnt Jiiilliai-G, | j,c).    iyi'"y  Viofori*, I"!  0. '  ZSQUiy.ALT A NANAIMO HALLWAY  " At.i)|ic.iiit  '   " H. E. B'v-iSLCY" ��������� >  iV^cnt  iplli* -ny*  IB-i  'WATER  NOTICE  AT-*'    -\-. / *-*���������        ire.  .'.  \VESLK.Y  \V-*n.f.,*-;���������'������������������,  OiHcial A('!-,:ii";-.sirHi<>v;  Ciiinburhv.:.'.!, '5. C.  j dive us-VTviarpfder and"see"  i how well YOU will be pleased  FOR A L-U'ENJCE TO TAKK AND  USB WATlvX. '  *  NOtTCK Is liiirtby' uvvn lli-.t 1) inii-  mslti it Ntviiirao Unilwiy ������' Viotorin.,  B C. will riij-yy toy n !i.Jt!'.:o.-) (���������> !i*. <������. nud  nee lQOl00C^;j|l-m.i-iirl'l Ikiiim, (A v.itcr  ou1; ol. Hi-ulBO Uit'oU, v.-lilcli tlowe in a  r.rrrtl.crly (Hrfclliui tJirouid* N< Ison U"e-  trivt ai.il cmp'i-.'ii i-ito !',*iy'it' S/nitjil r.'"-..-  Tuiib's H'vc-i-. Th.: \i-il-.t will bi i':ivi;": .1  Bt llW>'up8i*,reitm fi'Din !< .iln'uy siul vv 1'. I.i  u-.-e.l fnr Cvcns-rfil *R,*iihi"jy p'ir[i'):'n< <ni t?:'i  kW.���������"W.ribOi'l ilii r.rU-.viy ruMri ,.{ w y'' l,;i.  ^H'io*1 \7������H ^.it'ul  mi Jit* ������ri)i\i-u i.i   i'n'-.  IN THIS  COUITTY   (10-iRT   CF  NANAIMO  TjOi.liF.:-i AT  ���������"CTJM-iVJi-'LA.:'.'*'  i IN TITK MA'IT1"::. -A   0\\,'<>:\ 0>-  \i c ������������������!'!  ss  i>.'������nip]  Ooi>rij}l,n);-^  John O'Ov���������:!!���������:  tntc, wlu; ciiL'ti  f)ll,   Rijp.".-'    '  26, 11)1.?.  TM -"fj ; r('   \',' * " ':'���������}' 1.*  .'.I'I   i i^ ill   .... (-, .   ..'.-..  A d::':i���������.!���������'���������!'.Tl. .'.Ji'i.    /.  ,.;;*.;.1, ������rifisa-  '.���������j C.'.'n,:-w*.'-  i;   "'.utt'i;-.try  ���������tsaewci^Eii-jaKa-.-fca-frj .-ci'mv -rv^z ^tistrcoivs^i  isu-av.':*E-������  V'f>S  ������M  .���������.:-.:.' r;i\(i  lu-  ���������>.-,  *'.���������;'.'  Sfl <lxy nl April, If'),0.,    Tl,-."  ������: p}ic;ifi.':i; U):j w?\'n:> 1 >  w.i;l bo lilul  in   t,l-.o ofil.v  (���������( tim 'W.tti'1' dr."-'i--,���������:<������',, r.:y,i  Ii cofder, Viclfir'.-i, H.G.   tJ.-jt'.itii.iin tw-.y I ... ; . ,, ,.. ,K\.-,  bofilud. vrjth tho h.t'iI W.if.'r Kocoi-.l-r nr  with tli-j C.impl roller <".f Wn'.-r !!'--'iH  P.irlii*iiriOiit U-iili'.iri''", Vii-lorii, I*. I"..  KCQWM.U/? A y'-vNMfiiO r* triA\'.'������ V  Aji'illoiui  ll. R      I'.AKI.KV  IK tkr co(m,*tv rorjir o?,  Ky\NAIM0 1!('iM)P!K AT        I  CITMBKHIjAKI)  I-K   TEIR     MAtTKH   OF    ..".;���������).!  S'n.ilh ulf Jlti-fi������T. a:- .Tuhr. !"'u, vt>.'  df>c������* i';;*'d. it\'i"A 1 t.i    ���������-;i.,-  .]Ji.i! ;vi  R������fil Uhuyl on July 5, Ifil.'s ���������  AND  ]**: THK KATriill af '-h.-'O.:   ������������������'���������  AJniiiiUiniluri' Aei"  TAKK K'OTir.f.; ihu i-c  .���������. .  ill* floriiir ,f||-l:;i:   Ii..r;icr  tlift.^lli duv of   N'- '.'i'ii;l.1 -.   ,. , '.  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Vaf (?*,*%.������,���������-���������������������������.-"���������' '  r*-L-^������--i. -..������,,.  hC  -V---TT*  ..���������.J^n-M  r  um������������i*i>>m m*. mh**wi '  ';  ���������'���������' \  i  fi  11  t  1.1  M  iv f <i  .". ,1V-  Is J?  it'   ii*  ll."   I  * (  U  )':  nl'  'J  W'  I  |.f'  i  !  vii  f  THE SEWS. CUJ.rBEELAND. B. C.  >  -w-w.  | At the Complaint I  I  I  ������ An  T  T  T  t  Desk  Interview That Had  Curious Sequel.  By KATE AUSTIM.  *  ���������i  . . .��������� i*i*.riViT.",v."iVi* vv vwv.-v  For (lie third-lime Marian Macroa  roso I'roti) the uncomfortable settee  . that fa oct! the com plaint desk and approached lho young woniuu pen led be-  bind iho wide-window, who was bilking lo the"checker.  "Of course it gave her si good chance  to let us all know what nice while '  . arms she has, but my mother, 'd see mo  fa my grave before she'd let inc go lo  * ball In any such costume as that."'  "Will you kindly ascorUin whether  they havo found my parcel yet''" interrupted" Marian, tapping the desk lightly with the tipsof her gloved lingers.  The young person flung- her un impa-  "cut look. ,     ' , .  "What parcelV"  "Tho''one about which'*" I inquired at  Intervals for lho past halt1 hour."  ���������What's your name, and what's  wrong with the bundle?" inquired the  girl in bored tones. * *  ��������� "i.'ou took my name twice and tele:  phoned tho delivery department,.and I  ���������tm waiting for their report. Why do  you not call them again and seo whether the parcel has been located':"'  ''Say, do you think 1 want to get (he  delivery boys down on me? If they  Iind it: they'll tell me quick enough"'-���������  "If"��������� echoed. Marian, her delicate  face (lushing under-ilie girl's cool im-  liertinence.  "Well, I'll tako your name and address and drop you a postal when we  iind il."    , **' ���������  "Indeed, you will not.' I want it  mow," said Marian, and she walked  away from the window with head high  fcud nostrils quivering.  "Wonder'if she's going down into the  ���������Eubcellar to -*i*t it," giggled the young  ���������person to. tho checker. ** "It is funny  how some swells think,they can come  In here and run this store. I guess she  doesn't know.we've got a system here."  , Then whilo tho girl continued ber account of tbo fancy dross ball Marian  ~f'ro~sscdT*rtlfe"n*~airraTs]CT  walker and asked to be directed to the  'superintendent of employees. Five minutes later sho was ushered into the  presence of a., smooth faced, square,  fihouldored chap who looked as if he  Iiad received his training on the football gridiron rather, than as stock boy  In a big department store,-   -  ltlcliard Burnside had risen from tho  lowest ranks in the storo where he was  now superintendent, studying practical  business methods by day and physical  n'lilturo and English branches at the  y. M. O. A. rooms by night. '  Now ho stood' beside his desk, Marian Macron's card bent between liis  lingers. Ho looked the slender,- graceful figure over with the keen eye of a  man accustomed to seeking good material for his staff and decided that she  must bo a'reporter "or nvigazlne writer  hunting information about tho condition of tlio working girl. Ilo had met  " many such sinco bo had become superintendent..  "What can wo do for you, Miss Macroa?'' lie inquired, offering ber a seat.  "I merely called lo ask yon whether  your complaint departinont Iind been  organized for tho convenience of your  customers or to browbeat them so effectually that they will enduro almost,  any Inconvenience nitlicr than miiko  complaint?"  ltlcliard Nurnsldo sal: down rather  tuiddonly. This was not just whnt lie  had expected.  Very deliberately, but convincingly,  Marian told her story, from tbo indifference of tbe clerk who had (IrsI wait-  , ed on lior to the ihipoi'llnoneo of tho  young woman nt tlio complaint desk.  When she hail llnishod Iturusldo lean-  r>d forward, his handr- clasped between  his knees, hiu faco' boyish no longer,  but seamed deeply wllh lines of anilely.  "Miss Macroa, you have been treated  nut raucously, and so Imvo many of our  (���������ustoniei'i-, and I, the superintendent  of this store, cannot llnd a remedy. ho-  muse I cannot bundle women emp^iy.  non,   I can lm lull..1 the hoys In thi.*- lino  lioenuso J know boys, 1ml Ihe linlllTor-  out, lho Indicia woman employee It)  liijyonrt iiic."  Ho gliiuci.il up to incut Miirliiii's sympathetic glatu'ii,   Impulsively he lold  lier of his liumlilo hf-glnulng*. tlm prhlo  ���������wllli which ho bad nm-pled bin now  work and lib: mnny voicntion1* and ti-t-  nlf* with Incompetent help.  "I havo had llvo girls at. ihat com.  j.1,;.!*..'. A.-'V. (":."h h" ".'ll' I''* ���������"'������������������"'���������* th-nii  tlie one bi.fnvi"  hor,    If I  could  just  (Ind a girl with .luilgineiit, discretion  nnd good manuorrt-luit ,vou can't n.i-  poet to llnd hiii.'Ii n gill for jM- ������ *.*��������� c-ck,  can you?"  UN  big  rrnv  o\o* were  lifted   to  Miii'Inn's brown ones,  She laughed n nueer. ehiK-l-lliig llltlo  laugh that hcciiiciI to fairly buhl*'*,' ii'i  from her uleiiiler whlto throat.  "Ilo you think I wmild till tho bill?  I would like to earn "?I2 a week " '  "Y������.u''" *,;U|"*il Hnrti'-M'*, lib- glaiu-e  traveling from her neat bonis to lu-r  trim tailored hat.  -'U'liy. yes    When I came lu hero I  never thought of t-iHi n thing, though  I  hnve been  wanting a   p-wltlmi of  Homo t-ort.    I  belie*, o 1 would know  whether a  w^man bad :i Ju-t com  ���������phifrif or won '.rylrt; ti oln-al the firm*  ���������firm! I "haTe always been complimented  on my tact. I know I havo patience,  because I have been���������companion to an  invalid for several year."-. If you-would  consider tlie proposition I can furnish  references," ���������  "I don't give a fig for references.  You're engaged.   Can you begin Monday?   I'll 'put that girl back where she.  belongs���������iu ' the   mail   order   department."   -  And that was. how Marian Macroa  .w-.'.kcd out of the. llari'ics Tiros.' store  "Willi a job in her pocket aud au odd  littlo smild playing around her lips.  Three mouths passed. l>urnslde was  no longer worried about the conduct  of the complaint department. In fact,  he argued that tho- reason ho dropped  In to talk.complainfs over with its presiding head Was merely as a relief  after other worries. It was a pleasure  to see a department run so smoothly.  And all over tbe big storo the same  atmosphere was beginning (o assort  itself. There wero weekly talks to the  women -ilcrks, at which reports from  floorwalkers and complaining customers wore, offered; littlo loctnres"on the  smoothing out of tangles and the adjustment of differences were, given,  Tiie sales girls took a new view of  selling goods and handling customers,  and none knew that these talks were  all planned out.in a charming little uptown "apartmout, where tho superintendent ami the*''head of 1 he'complaint  department gravely discussed store  problems while the invalid mother forgot her own pains in listening to tlio  new interests of her daughter.  Then camo the . great day when  James'Uarncs. .Si\,. returned from his  trip around tho world. Richard Hum-  side had no need to give account of  liis stewardship. Others had done so iu  letters that encircled the globe, and so  one bright spring morning tho he: ol  the house sat in his supcrinleurK-nt's  office saying the sort of things that  warm an employee's heart when there  came a tap at the door, ah'd a girl with'  soft browiKliair and oyt.. entered the  office, her hands tilled with report  slips.  ��������� "Mr. Barnes, I want you to know  Miss Maenea, the very, capable"���������    . *  ' Hut ..'r. Barnes, quite apoplectic, was  sparring for wind.-  "Marian, wbat in the world!. H you  wanted something to do why didn't  you go in for settlement work?"  '".iehard Ru'rnsitlo felt the littlo office  spinning around as Marian crossed th-?  room and natted ,tho apoplectic ��������� forehead soothingly with her slender-whit*  hand.  "Dear TJuclc Jimmy, do' not have, a  stroke. With the bond of the Una  globe trotting aud everything mot hot  QUEER GREETINGS.  Tribes That Spit Upon or Weep Over  Their Visitors.  Among the Masai and Ukercwe it is  a mark of respect to greet an acquaintance or a stranger by spitting at him.  Almost, as sli'tinge is the custom ascribed to tiio Tibetans of sticking out the  tongue by way'of salutation, llubbing  noses is quite common; tlie lUirmese  and many tribes of Eskimos, Lapland- ,  ers and Malays do so.  Stranger than any,of these customs  is tho weeping salutation that has been  observed among central South American Indians. This form of greeting occurs, too, in the Andaman islands, Now;  Zealand and Polynesia. A Portuguese  explorer describes the custom as ho  saw it used among a tribe of South  American Indians:'  "Whenever a guest enters a hut he  Is immediately honored and mado welcome by.being wept over. Without a  word being spoken ho is led to tho'  hammock. As soon as ho is scaled the  hostess and lior daughters and any ot  their girl friends who happen to be in  the house at tho timo como and sit  about tho guest,.touch him lightly with  their fingers and commenco to weep  loudly and lo shed many tears., During  this ceremony, in a sort of connected  'discourse, thoy recite everything that  has happened lo them recently and talk  of tho hardships of tho road that the.  -visitor has suffered and of anything  and everything that can arouse compassion and tears. Tho guest, his hand.-  before bis face, pretends to weop and  does not speak until tho crying has  gone on for somo time. Then thoy all  wipe away their tears and become a*i  lively and merry as if they hnd never  cried in all'their lives."���������Eichange.    .  WHEREIN HE_QUALIFIED.  Candidate Lacked Many Virtueii but  One He Had Counted.  "Is your candidate for this high of.  flee a man whoso statesmanship has  been proved by years of experience iii  positions of trust and responsibility?"  "I dtiinio." '.  "1'ossibly a reformer, some grand old  Christian whflsc life has been tested ia  the crucible of affliction���������his whole being on fire with the grandeur of moral  ideas?',' '"-  "Mebbo, mebbe."  "A'man of charming iiei-sonaiitv?''  "Not exactly."  "Graceful wit?" . .  "Ko."  "A lion in debate?"  "So, nol"  "Then to what iu'lueiico"--  "That's it, pard;.you'vo struck it ������t.  lasl-rhc's got iiiflooencc!"--Puek.  TRUE HAPPINESS.  n  ELEPHANTS IN  A TEMPEF,  Answered.  ������������������Upon the occasion of his first visit  to a parishioner a certain Roston divine tried hard lo make friends with  his host's cight-ycar-old.  , ,''IIow old aro you, my son':" asked  the clergyman tyeuigiiautly.  "���������Right," was ihe laconic response.  "Ah, quite a little.man," came patronizingly from the "minister. "And  what aro you going to be?'" he added,  after a slight pause.     ,'  -     '  "I am going lo bc hiue," said the  child, with conviction. ��������� Now York  Globe.    '  and I had in the.world in tjiis store, I  felt I UiiA u right to como in here and  see that our small investment!" was  safe. You couldn't expect J.iinniy or  Howard to do it when one has a new  motor and the other a new yacht."  Ten luitmtes later Marian laid het  reports on P.urnside's desk and turned  to leave. He hold tho door open "oi  her, and as she flung him a ,ct "cy  smile she stopped suddenly. His race  looked old. liis eyes wore heavy, as It  they had watched something very lovely and dear pass out of liis life, She  paused irresolutely and glanced ovoi  iter shoulder. Mr. llanics, Sr.! was  just passing through tin. opposite door,  way into tlio mall orderalepartmont,  "Yot*. will be tip tonight, as usual?   1  ant to talk over tho question of i  -.jew rest room for the girls."  ltlcliard Ilurnsido's faco went n  shade paler, and he spoke in a voice  ho had never used lo her before.  "Certainly, If you wish it."  "Of course I -ish Jt." Sho tried to  (���������peak gayly, bul, her voice trembled.  "Don't you understand? I waut everything <o go on juct us It has before,  Oh, why do yon mnko It so hard for  me?" His faco was still stern, luit she  persisted, "1-1 want you to 1ell me-  wliat���������whnl. I would not let yon say  tho oilier night���������becntiso now I know  It; was all 1'ni- myself-ilon'i you understand?"  She passed onl like a (lash find drew  tlio door shut behind her, Hlchnril  lltirnsidi- leaned heavily agfilnst It.  breathing hard, but the light of youth  had como buck to IiIh eyes.  ';���������*������������������������������! r ���������*>���������. ���������*"���������������������������"������������������������ j���������!������������������������������������/'������������������'���������"������������������ "���������"������������������������������������*������������������?*���������!������������������������'ivV'V  I PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT, t  4'    ���������V. *-������  ���������S Particles In tlin Eye.  j* Small substances llko cinders.  'if, dust or hiiiiiII chips of stono or  'SfJ melal can often hit removed from  % tho oyo by very simple moans.  "}* Sometime;!   (hu   flow   of   tears  '<!���������! wnHlit-.**)   thom   out.     At   otliei'  ��������������������������� tlincfi catching the upptu' lid by  !!' Hid lashes und pulling If iiway  ���������i from eyeball and down over tho  Y, lower lid, (lien letting It go su  'v that as It recedes its under sur-  ,;, faco is swept by the edge of the  % lower lid. will clear It. out.    If  <��������������� this doo������ not prove Kiiccessl'iil n  ���������?>  loop mndo of luirHcliiili' or of a  f long human hair can bo pansi'd  *? under  Iho lid  nnd n\w<ti|  from  <y the oiiliir nido toward iho noso  ,;, nnd ih awn down.  *"������������������ Holler than this, however, Im  #', Ibi" wn.-ibiijg of tin* eye or Mush-  ���������V Ing wllh tho oyo dropper,   Have  % tlio pallent ditch hold of tho low-  v" er uuo ii]ijier lids, tlmwing tnem  % away from tho eye, nml then lill  <! tho .dropper,   which   U   llko  n  % sniiill nyrliig*), with water nnd  ���������'j*, fluV.i the eye two or Ihree lime.'.  .'I Tli'a will nlwnys remove the cln-  4 der at onoo.    Should  lline* pet  '<!> int.) tiio cyo It should IK> treated  [f In the sniiie miiiHier. Ilr't wllh  j 4 water mni then "Alili vinegar ..r  $ lemon Julco nnd  water-a lea*  i'- t-j-'-'Hifi'l   of   vlurgiir  or  Ir-mmi  ''I Juice t<> n teacupfiil of wntcr-  "S" 'Htiircil over Ihe eyeball.  ��������� -���������  4t4<tt'f't a* ***���������* *.* ������-t * ���������������*!.: ���������������**��������� t M  -*"***i������*.,t������-T#������t    ,    T    -*r    .    *   *?    ���������     ������������������>  When Enraged They Are Apt to Tear*  Their Victims lo Pieces.  An elephant uses several original  and effective methods of exterminating  its victims. Tt may rush upon a man,  seize him in itr* trunk, beat him"to  death on the ground and before leaving tear up the foliage for yards about  There are many instances of elephants literally tearing their victims  to(pieces. The story is ^ol'd'of an English official in Uganda who on noticing  a "safari" passing stepped to the door  to inquire of tho head man tlio w.l* rn-  abouts of his master. In response the  black swung a human ami before the  official and replied that a few days  previous his master, had been torn to  pieces by. an elephant and that he had  "brought~b"a'ck~tire~'"arm~in_pro"of~of"hi3":  assertion. . '  Then again after knocking a man  down an elephant will often continue  on its course without stopping to learn  how much damage it has done. A  hunter who was within close proximity  of a herd of elephants handed his rifle  to the gun bearer and started to climb  a tree to look about. At that moment  an elephant charged from the tall  grass.a.id mad? for the gun bearer.  As tho jan started to run ho threw up  his arms, nnd iu Eome manner the elephant iu reaching for him snatched  tho rifle from his hand and stopped to  hammer It on tho ground, while the  black mado good his escape,���������J. Aldeu  T.oring in Outin-r.  Gunpowder.  Tho explosion of gunpowder is divided Into three distinct stages, called the  ignition, Inflammation and combustion.  The Ignition Is tho setting on tiro of  (ho first grain, while tbo inflammation  Is tho spreading of the flume over the  surface of tho powder from tlio point  of Ignition. Combustion is tho burning up of each grain, Tho valuo of  gunpowder Js duo to lho fact that  when subjected to sufficient heat it becomes a gna which expands with  frightful rapidity. Tho so called explosion that takes placo when a match  Is touched to gunpowder Is merely a  chemical change, during which thero  Is a sudden evolution of gases from  tho original solid, Jt has been calculated that ordinary gunpowder on  exploding expands about 0,000 times  or ll Uh a spaco Ibis much larger ns a  gas than when In a solid form.  Good Man-ners.  She was gowned in a severely plain  tailored costume, and assumed other  mannish freaks in her dress.  An old,lady who was very nearsighted entered,, the street car. The  'mannish girl waited a moment, but as  no man signified-his willingness to give  up his seat she rose and gave hers lo  tho older woman.  "Thank you,���������s.ir," said the other in  grateful acknowledgment. "You are  tho only gentleman in ihe car."���������Detroit Free Tress.  It Enables Man "toc)Draw Contentment  From a Cup of Tears.''  Wordsworth  in   one  of  hip  poems  speaks of "a man too happy for mortal- ,  iry." We sometimes forget the spiritual '  significance of joy.  The stoics believed {  that happiness  was not essential  to j  man and notto bc expected.   Happiness  of; a speciilc kind, based upon good  fortunato to tho indivi'dtial, is indeed  not always to br expected nor always  to . bo desired.    I.ut the deeper  happiness and joy that como from the  sure triumph of the good and tho true  are essential to the Individual well being and tho progress of society. . .'   *  Thero have been those who learned  through a beautiful consecration "to  draw contentment from a������ cup of  tears" and who came, through life's  higher- discipline, lo know that thero  is a deep and abiding joy in the midst  of pain and disapolntmcnt, a joy built  upon the knowledge of life's greatness  aud tho ability of the soul to rise above  the temporary thing.  Such a joy as this is needed to,make  a man capable of inheriting eternity  hero and hereafter, for it raises man i  above the merely mortal and invests !  him wiih energy to pursue the tasks  that are without end and fills him  with ii desire to ally himself with tbo  powers that build the beauty of a continuing world.���������St. Paul Pioneer Tress.  Cookery  points  SILENCED  BY A LOOK,  Said With a Bright Srniie.  "i'our work bears the closest kind of  inspection,"   remarked  the  girl   with,  the dimple.   "What infinite,pains you  must take with it."y  i "Perhaps," replied the artist; "but,  do you know," I enjoy the pains."  "Then,''' she rejoined, with ������i bright  smile, "you, too, pursue art for* art's  ache."--Cliicago Tribune.  .  .   The Short of It,    .  Tourist  (exasperated  at  not  being  -able-to-gct-a-sath-factory-ansTvier^'But-.r  hang it all, man, you surely must know  how "far it is to the station.   Is it three  miles?    n "���������  ltoad Mender���������No-no, zur. it. ain't so  far as that���������not if you 'urry.-*-]'.ondon  Taller.     ,    .  Gladstone's    Burning    Eyes    Rendered  Blackie Speechless,  Gladstone had peculiar, eagle-like  eyes. "At a dinner at which ho and  Professor Blackio wero present tlie  two men wero opposite, and when  Gladstone gave iu a forciblo way liis  idea that Homer was no longer recited, but chanted, the professor cried  out, "Mrl Gladstone, I don't believe a  word of ill" Then he rose to argue  the matter and said one sentence, but  got no further. Uo had met Gladstone's gaze and seen his outer- eyelids  widened to their fullness iu a steady  glare, and his .tongue stumbled, and \  he sank back into his chair in confusion.   Tbo writer concludes:  "Go to the zoo for it. Take your  .umbrella. Mako your way to the place  where ��������� eagles, vultures, falcons and  such like creatures blink on their,  perches. Select a bird. Stare at him  with insult and you will seo the outer  lids expand as Mr. Gladstone's did.  Poke at him with your umbrella.'- The-  filmy vertical lids "through .which he  looks at lho sun and opens to paralyze  -his^prey- wi 1 l���������parr^-aiMl���������t hen-you- win-  see wbat Blackie saw and understand  his feelings."  Stuffed Eggplant.  This is an excellent dish, Cut a fino  eggplant in half length wise. Do nol  peel it, but scoop out the interior to  within about three-fourths of the edge.  Uso a largo silver spoon for the purpose, and hold the vegetable under water as, much, as possible while doing,  so. This pruvonlfi discoloration. As  the interior is removed put it also under water, and when the whole is finished cover with new cold wider, adding lo every quart of Avaler a table-  spoonful of salt. Let the ' eggplant, ���������  both' shell and .scooped out portion,  rest in this salted water for two o?  throe hours, or until the water turns  dark. This is to remove its rankness.  After soaking put the vegetable into  fresh cold water and let it come to the  ���������boiling stage. Noil until tender, salting the water slightly, lt will take  about half an hour's boiling, but it  !is well to cook the scooped out pulp  longer thau the sllells, so as to have il  very soft. The shells should be tender, but not so tender that Ihey will  lose their shape. Set the shells aside  on an earthen plate. "      -j  '   Jt is well not to let them come into  contact with tin.   Now mash the pieces  of scooped out eggplant lo a pulp with  a wooden potato masher, and to every  cupful add two  or three cupfuls oi  i soft breadcrumbs. Mix tho two togeth-  '. ci-, and if thoy need moistening in or  ', der to make them cohere add a little  milk.. Seasou with a tiny minced on.  ion, a scant tcaspoonful of salt and s  scant half tcaspconfiil each of thyme,  sage and white pepper.  A scant quarter of a tcaspoonful ol  sweet marjoram' may also be added.  Mix the. seasonings thoroughly with  (he stuffing and fill tho prepared shell  with it. Spread soft butter liberally  over the top and set the shells with  their contents in a buttered baking  dish. Bake in a brisk oven for aboiii  half an hour, or until done.   -  Bad Situation.  "I don't know how we'll face our  neighbors when they return."  "What has happened'?1"  "Wo were taking care of their cat  aud their parrot. Yesterday the cat  ate the parrot and then died of liidl-  gcstioii.''���������Ivansns Ciiy Journal.  Evidence of Expertnesi.  "Does that young, man understand  music ?'���������  "I think ho must," replied the man  who always gives tho-benetlt. ''Whenever lie plays ho sounds exactly like a  piano tuner."���������Washington Star,  Logical.  ' "Well, didn't: I (ell you (hat we had  hero a marvelous treatment?   You are  not tho sumo man any more."  "Then ho. kind enough to send your  bill to the olher."-~Parl3 r.e Hire.    .  Measured.  ,  "It is hard to tnko the measure of  great flnnnolers.''  "Oh, I don't know! With somo ".*'  them it. Is dono by tho BcrllUou sy.-*-  lem."���������Baltimore American.  Mark Twain Liked Girls.  Mark Twain, although the crcnior ot  tho most lovablo boy lu literature,  'Pom Sawyer, was really moro liiterost-  cil In llltlo girls, nnd It was through  his Interest and affection for my little  daughter Helen Hint wo en mo to I'liovr  him ko wnll and to share tho last  months of his life, lio used to pretend  Hint only glrl.i were lnlon'Mlng. Ihat  boys ought not to exist utilll thny wero  mon, The fact wae, ho really was ln������  tore*itrd In any young creature. In ono  of the books ho gavo Helen ho wroto,  "It N bftter to ho a young Juno licet lo  than nn old bird of pnriulIso,"-Miirli)ii  Schuyler Allen In Strand Magazine,  Revised Version.   ,  "Did your husband kill the fattea'  calf when you returned?"  "No, bul he sold it at fiO cents *  pound aiid gave mo half the proceedi'.1"*  -India mi polls Star.  Using a Byproduct.  Catching Cold.  Wcf fi*ol or Hnthnq "rlvo uo oodv  lioeaiisii the evaporation nbKorlm tli������  heat ko rapidly from the surface ot Um  body Hint Its U'lnpenitiiro hi lowered  Ticno.illi the iiorm.'il. theieby Mt.-ili.iiu  lho organs of tho body am] reaiiltliiif  In what we call a cold,  . When  Britain Fought For an Ear.  Perhaps the most extraordinary er-,  ample of Britain going to war for "uo  reason at all" occurred in the reign of  George II. One Robert Jenkins, an  Euglish merchant-captain, trading from  Jamaica, arriving in England ih 173S,  reported that the sloop had been boarded by the Spanish coast guards and  that, though no proof of smuggling had  been found, he had been tortured and  his ear lorn off. All England flow Into  an uproar. "Jeuliyis' car" divided parties and shook Walpole'sv,iuInistYy It-  s(*Jf.. ,Tho hoiirie of commons sent for  Jenkins, and heVwas told to bring his  ear'With lilnr.'.j The incident grew Into  a,crisis,..though WalpoIoMid his best  to persuade people to keep their heads,  but: the popular Indignation was so  great that tho next year tho government was compelled to declare war j  against Spain.���������Pearson's.  The Isle of Yachts.  Cowes liSd many ups and downs before it finally attained its destiny as  tlio headquarters of yachting. Sir John  Oghuidor. writing In Stuart times,  nays, "I khew when there was not  above three or four houses at Cowes,"  but ho had counted 1100 ships nl an-  ������������������lior thore. "and I was and am persuaded that If our wars nnd trouble.*!  had not unfortunately happened It  would hnvo grown as famous as Newport." Tho wars cotnplalucd of wero  lho civil wars. Porclgn war had been  a line thing for Cowoh, since the warships bouuhl. tho Irland's produce thore.  lint the civil warn struck* the i'entry  hard, and Sir John adds the coming of  lawyers as another enne. The first al-  loruoy was cupelled from lho island hy  Hie governor ns n public danger. "Now  peace nnd law lid Hi bogga rr-d in all,",  Hiiya Sir John.���������London Chronicle,  Water Safety.  In MaRsiiehusett.1 nil Ktrenins of wn.  ter   moulted   for  drinking   muwt   li*  iniirkeil ho thnt the fact cm-not  '������������������  overlooked.  Ml.    ,*,\ uillll.i.:.      .Villi,   ,ui.l    M'.'I.MI    I"  Irt yi.ur 1'i'V   va tc  "ii "iiur'i  11 ti* t-  In  (IiIh Ihuiio gymim-dtim of hlj'n?  Mr. CnisHiiei'li��������� Not so foollnh.   He  j don't know it, lint thorn pulley i"(i|n.'.s  1 mi   (lio   i.'licst   machine   rim   eh-nii  I fliroil'-ll   Hi."*   will   Mr,'   t-lfi'li   ni.   fn  ll:i>  flywheel of a corn ^shcllur, an' tlmt  rowln* machine ruiis a fo<-d <Ttl"'i'  ilowi!Stii|i'.i.-.(,'hli.*iigo I hilly No**.*-.  i       His Status.  .���������tiro.   "���������Tiir.lf-c'olnri.'l  \\nr,Y  It **  imiv  fiii'v-iiwn itt large. Isn't he'/ Honl.-  Vet 'Ihey haven't arrested lilei yet.���������  Puck.  All ili.il thnii strict Un-.i will enrrf  iwiij' with tlie#-Tiirkl������h Prorfrb.  The Roal Revelation.  "A fninouH lecturer sa>��������������� that the  ���������-.I-uhi'tl ������klrt :.l.<tWi> viIh'.'.ii:*.- ti' i.>'.  womiin Is tjiiallncd fnr the ballot,"  "lli;!i! Hu '���������.c.iii**. the l*.t''i I," ��������� J.ul*;''.  How He Tiund tt.  Wnllress  (to dln-rr)--no������v  did   -ruii  iind jour fteak?  j    "<>h," he Tfpllnl, "J llfitil ni- n.j jf'  [ l/ito-v- "- fc'ii'"',c*-'*"ful Kann'i'tc  Book* by Weight.  Many year.i ago in San Francisco  (hero was a bookseller who had nn In-  ! lliiinlo knowledge of fiction prices, but.  win- "-wis all astr.iy when It cuiiio to  general literature or scientific works.  A customer having selected a vohnno  would iisk tlm price and. without fo  much ns bothering to look nt tlio title,  If lie saw Hint It was not n novel,  the !��������� oiler would roughly weigh It on  i.i 1 "I.. M *r,  .....      ..'..I,I ������������������!���������.       ���������������..���������-..,        .....         ,,,���������.,J        ..  bavtibi "--'i-* "I'd:rd ii',i in' H'-*t wny,  Imt ai tho honksetler n'-'o bought nn  (he same principle, ho never li-*--t anything lo M-i'iil; of,-San I'mtn'lsco  i.'hronlrle.  Di.icele<i>.  I'laJ'-lct? hate been worn from llm*  humou.orlal, hut few wearers nf the  piihlen b.imis <>f the present day know  Hint they were wu'e used to diMllngnlsh  the liir-nne. flcfurv hinnlii's wore eon-  t'.u'd !���������. In-.i*"i* .-.:;*,!���������.���������.'.:-.���������' (Ivy v. tc .hi  ��������� rtiiJet for dMInctl'iii.  Top of the Rhine.  Mf*       J,,<.|.lll������iiN--Alrl|     Nil',"!*'     *r(.'l     !![|  thp IMiire? Mm ilo .l.iius-l Mi'-ulil  think ������>". rijiht to the wr.*. t<<p     Wli.it  t   ���������p'rul'-.J  lill.   flliTf *^  fTl.Tii  l!it   MJ1M  ttilf'   f '.-.���������!��������� '��������� 'I'i' I'ii*  Pumpkin Custards.  Cut enough pumpkin into pieces to ���������  make a pint of pulp after being cooked.  Placo iu a. kettle,'add half a cupful'of   ������������ifflii />f,\tTnT'������_'i I������/\_.L"/if *'!/\_niii/1_nlln-TiT_'i*"iii*_l_  ���������ni it %,\*i |���������\. v ������ L>i. ��������� i,*i\*��������� u\.vviL~���������I "\*������������������.������* ������V it ��������� i.u"C   pumpkin to steam until tender; thea  take off tho lid and allow the water t*  evaporate. Drain in a colander anill .  press through, rejecting every, particle  of moisture. Heat three eggs without  separating, add to tliem a pint of rich  milk, then the pumpkin and half a,  cupful of sugar, a tcaspoonful of cln������  rtamon and half a tcaspoouful of ginger. Mix and turn iuto small custard  clips. Set these in a pan of hot watet  and bake in the oven for half on hour.  When done turn out of- the cups and  servo with a. spoonful of cranberry  Jelly on the sido of each mold.  '     A���������  1 Chicken Haili.  Chop fine tho leftover bits of cold  cliicken audjchop with them an equal  quantity of cold boiled potatoes. In ft  frying' pan melt a tablcspoonful of  butter and one-half tablespoon,' of .  chopped onion and let cook till BOffv  but not brown. Turn In the chicken  mixture, season highly with suit and  pepper and a dash of Worcestershire  sauce and add, if at hand, a tablcspoonful of very finely chopped green pepper. IX; cook till well heated, nrrld  one-fourth cupful of cream, reniovu  the pan to the hack of,tho rango and,  let cook ulowly till well browned on  the bottom. Fold on a hot platlcr ahj  Ht-rve al once.  Pickled Onione.  T,'so the small whlto onions peeled  and boiled lu orpinl parts of milk and  water for ten minutes, Tnko out and  drain In a colander. Put two tjunris  of vinegar In a porcelain lined kettle  with n tt'iispooiifii) of ii In in. half a  tnl'lcspooiiful of whole mace, a do7en  whole cloves am) two ami uuu-half.  liible/'poonful of .suit.' Sen Id well all  these ingredient-*-. Puck Hie onions lu  gla.-is Jars and pour nic���������splt.'ci! vinegar  very hot over thorn nnd seal,  I Bran Mulfini.  i    Two iiipfiii-- i-'oar.-o tin lined  bran  ; iiical, oui; cupful flour, one tcuspoouful  i baking rodii. one-half tc'ispunnful unit,  j one egg, one-half cupful molaBis'o.-". one  cupful i-oiir milk.    Do not havo tlui  i batter (no Hllff or gel ton Koft,    link*  i twenty minutes In a moderate ovon,  These biscuits have such a medicinal  vnluo that they hhnnld lm moro gen-  erully used.    Ah made hy thU rn'e,  they are deUcIou*,  !".!#,.,  \tf*,.  ���������*  *l*f.������l/  T,"��������� f'I*���������  * i  Pnre, ult'i* ihln, cm Into dl"e n������  mnny turnip** a* ri'ipilriil. <"i"ol< Ir.  l-llghlly y.'i'tctl witter uiitl! dun*, Drain  ll ltd liiru ini" hut *��������� .ei..i'h' ib-h. i-V.i-  son with -.ill  ninl  |io|i''i-r nnd pill  a  (.'Oll-fI'.HH "-i.'.'i* nf I.I IL'I' il.lo Hn Ml .'Hill  li),-"s with furl, iin'il ".'ic!,v I'lc'c i- now  buttered.   When ><*n M*i'w*nt (ablo put  H *.plV*llflll  nf lil.'C CllMlli -..Hi'-O .Ml  l';|.'b  purlliin.  Baked Salmrn PiGhbnll*.  ���������Tll.i- t\ n.l't * * ���������������������������*���������.'. '��������� , ���������"',.' \ 'ii' nf  i nm.id -alni'iii, i'ii" '.I'lili-ii e*.'*--. "-alt  i.i..: it; ,.t : . :.;.:..���������. !���������';��������� it" I ' *-' I''  Uilil VN.lt.'I (���������( fu'l ��������� i I.i- Im'1*.. M������-lt  M.i'.i'i biilb'l- in d dl.i en h In I'i'* ' cited  hlllfer J'lii.e III li t.'li |.;m :\\\A l-i.l ill  Hie .jvi-ii in-tead i.f f..'l*ig the u--.:.'������l  iif.-t, V. :,-,-i: t r-ij**.!. ������������'.i t"\* ttisit thca  (lltf  4S  ������': ���������"������<���������"������������������"  Wf������*i*i-*i,i*t>ti. .**-&^lhA' A������^^*5fr'".z'M"f*~',*:. .via "���������"-"���������."-���������-Ll_������J**-a^  ���������*"-*. *. iHfi-itf^Pto t^V^*".* m^-*^'^������4*4^^  ai-j-t-t^L*ti������ii*b^*J.-W-***������*i^������,������Wi*e������h������!������Hh<������ frXHWIt&ityHrimvTi.- 1-u'JHajrJ*������Jf-^^<������ji-ggiTt JWf<H*^������S>e������f |-*>-tn*-rt*j ������������������������������ -JC-oWwi**^!^ ���������������.  v>  V  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA/  jWV  fT3  FO ALL OUR FRIENDS  AND CUSTOMERS  The Furniture Sto  \T, ���������!���������*���������. c-  '.ici'JK'C  liiOf'K,   ^  j������  >re  ���������Cumberland  ������^..T.3^=^o.TJrxa&nr���������ai������i������������������w=^j,^..������nk*������  j~.r-!i Ks&iSSVBisszsaiKi'yi ,no������i'-.-zswE������jcK:������Ei2j wasscisaaftfiiscfcjiiW ���������^sKKssea-wsaiwass'  ;j }1 i*s������*-;T.t:j2=5"H5S!*j:"i**. Lte^wxiisssrrn'sia &32SHS2SKSSfisoa ^"*Ma3ssj^"is^i  P9  HI  k  I  pa  -������������������ 13  [���������** .*  rr-4  Oin  '***r^  tMtl  ,s  *m  *"���������     A*?  nt iilit  !te  1* j  Cumberland,.B.C.  January ,7th, 1914  |j3 Dear Sir or Madain :-  n  This will inform you that  BjJ i am "again* a candidate for Mayor of this  s '���������!  M 'Clty������ -  xi ���������    " Ihe chief "consideration v/hich'   ihdu-  ���������ia  iS ces'me again to ask your support is   the  la  ' ������      ,  {a fact that my work and that of the Coun-  ] I ������������������       - ���������.   ���������  || oil as aY/hoie, during the past year, has  * ? j  ���������'      *  m redounded to the.credit of the -City.  )3   1 can only aU^his time again.declare  ?| that if elected -I shall at all times do |  ������3S������$3Q&Qd>SW������������$833m   #&������i������S@������&a������������S������������SS"9������,#&������  3  ���������3  ������  Q  CD  ���������y  65  O  ������  fc  >^^it,������#.>-������l>������4H>^-i<-#->**������l  C.amefon" Ruto  ' ;   ChEHf  I. Phone. 1074, -521-Superior St I  |        ���������     Victoria, B. 0: |  9  8  f!i  We have for sale-a few..sli������htlv used aud rebuilt     $  cars in iirst class condition, which must be fold to meet     Q  J������ m/ utmost to further^the interests of f  \% '���������* -  '  ^ t.ie citiseiia of this Town.  ALEXANDER CAMPBELL  Ss-������3  P  n  H J-J r-'TXtSSSZSJniiiMi.'SSS T^'^-j^VJXiLBi&ir&S 'C3EI!S!C  j������v3 ������*f*ai������3Cfa2r������������'ca"k Lsssise^amszsz^sxSi Ezzsoar.  q     real estate payments.  g  Buiok, 4 passenger,       $275  g  ������  Ford Touring Gar,   ;    $325  f  ������ Ford Touring Car. ������������������ $850 I  |. Ford Touring Gar ���������( 1,912)$42-5 |  I  Galt.FivePassenger.(1912)  S     Demonstrator, slightly used; elecvic starter, } 6  *&  ���������������2SSsaKffi:aasi=?3f!5'  _ _       .ii a   n.i   ��������� J".'     *  *oS3yEJ������tfQna^r-v������2.  FE^  hhh  !-FE~  ppED FEED!  A. B. CXiAWFOBB BASF     |  A larfje   stock oi" Vhort"*?, ."briin, cniohod o.-i.tp,    hay and Iff  rotiltiy iu-d fcr t'f-'lo afe.xceptiuually low nvices.       |H  'Pkoxie 82  ip  ���������Oourtosiay    IS  " ii  .'^oxie&'aii &Kisa3sna3KEi;*9aE-i**ssi^  I'l'iaiiinaiiiiKiiiiiifiiiiHiiiaiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiaiiiKii���������^  s  I *^pl  49 jfji"  ������1  j*]  0  f  ���������?  1 $1750' I  and seveiai other'Touring Cars and Trucks. ^J  <J) an.I limits.  S   Ford Touring Car  e-e-tcse^SAee-es-soeesco. ���������*b@���������S-ssc������G2C-sc������c������������c������-������  ���������  WISHES ALL.'THEIE  FRIENDS  & ��������� CUSTOMERS'  g  /a   if ���������     -   '  0?  ���������fM-/^,w Ay  W  GSSEr^^SSS-^SiSfiiJiSSX  I   ^5^ a- ���������  fri -kJ  (lis   ^^^������"  :.SSSEA������������2������SSir3SJ*3  (?������������������?��������� tVr^-J^ii-'S'f^S'-SX"^^^  1 Wood, Wood!  Wood       -*  1)  *.������;  CllORAl-SOClKTV.  Tho Choral Socioty are hunl ni  work again after thu Cliristuni-s  vikiuion.    MiHitinjTs    aro   nt    8  | *rYVUOU | vacation.    MiHJtiiiga    aro   :>c    8  % Nmv iMhi.ti.no lo i>Uc.i g o'dock SHARP, nml Iho eondiiet  ;| }nur  crdor   f..*r   MLAIi 1 01. rc���������1toBts  t!.������t iikmuIjcm-h   nrrive  $ , 1*9 tm titim, so   ti������   U������ get tin   fnrly  ri>     S2..-30...i-i'J'������J���������ijl..l(. lnml |sj  '���������'> y^  ������     Sl.t"0... .por sinirlc lnnd ������  -* } ' " fol  From Thi! <s>  ���������5  I Star' Livery Stables I  f������*  w  (i I'i;/"<.-,r^.'': !>���������/."���������'���������.'���������/.". (v Ct.(ii ���������:.;,������j|i ,5,.i"������'CV>*.>8,'At-v '  un tiiiK), so ti������ to get tin curly  t'tnrt, diPo to 1"������ suits nnd Ini:i<r  iheir miiijic  \viUi  tliem.  J3i:sv dKhshavj-: a  (HH)Y) TJ.M1C.  ������.(*������  *������'jiri"1������r������',.*1*-  s:>MM'*l'.-r<r>7lt*.^W'*>rf*J- m-fWIPifM-  X X ���������     lin' liiisv U'e.s liclil llii'ir F<.''in  v tt     .-���������*.  *"s " y      *���������--*. ?.-   fi"'"in v ������������������  LUU.\.������JUfi!|;:.  ft ji    /:  * -I  it <i/      /< ft h   Kri^  i*> ���������'j ;  <*,        (*.'.r ti'.c- M;U: \vnj������oii        '*������������������ '"*���������  ���������>        ���������rti-.h'.li'.:():-*c-!������ llnx  J        ;-AU\('l'Uul'v:CK        J  0  /I  O'.-.r Miik i.i. tl-.-.- i>!--..diH't    S  iuifiit tho Iidiiili of   Mrs.    t\A\  v ft. on iliii I'VOiiiiiir of I,ire. ;U)ih,  c* Tlie cvcniii^r wn;-, sptirt   iii gnmi's,  itml i'\m*yoiit* hml it  niiiHi,   enjoy--  'ili!c linn*,    Thn I'ullowiii-.;nro lh*������  iiiuiii'*i "f thn pri/.n   winiii'i'r '.n the  f-t l;i.'il Cnw*-'      (j- 's--vi-i'iil     f.'iuiits: Miv.    .Mi.i.iii'i'.  ^ i-HJ'SH     '-IIKK '-       %   Mis.-> Kiiililc-./i   I'/rciiniu, Mi>. C.  V |): -ll'.'ijrcd   l,'.i.i'lliii'j.''-:  ('Vl-llill'i; **���������     I" fr������ U t..  .M JSS    l."IIU    ('.'Ifl'V.     Miss  M:ii'.'| ('ri't'cli. ' Afii'i' llm   '���������'nun"--,  ii -r.rjii'isi', in llie plinjii' nl im   c\.  Cclll'lll   S|i|'l'||(|  <i|"    iflKill   tlijllirK  WUH  I iii .-inn! fur tin.1 ������������������lii'i's,"   und ilio  I !, MARUYA J  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN  Having' been requested by a large  number of electors, to offer mvsdf as a  candidate for mayor, and, after,;,careful  consideration,, have, decided ' to accept,  nomination. 1 jiave served you seven  ye-vi's as alderman. If Heeled,' I will-  look after the best imere'sts of the city  and citizens, and will do my duly without   fear  or   favor. .  I will address you publicly and. go  fully into the matter before- election  day.  Soliciting your vote? an 1 1:111 nnce  n thorough business and up to date  Loci of conducting the affairs of your  ���������iJ'-V  I  am, Yours Respectfully,  THE ��������� "IDEAL"* STOSIE    N<*t.,������T������rboiu  ' .'MoRae, Acton, Havman  ���������"  S3  a,  ���������a  'B  si ,  r*S  a  P  ���������rl  =3  S3  a  s  i  za  ���������sa  g  u  IR  3  ,l!l!!l!l;i;i;!!i;!lll!i!!lllll!llllllll!il!i!llll!l!i::i!l'!l!)ii!i;ii!!ii!ilii:i!!iiii-;!i!!!i:i)l������ . ,  ^������������������,'!!li:ill)llllilll!li!l.;l!ll!lil!!l'il'liffi  |   Capital P������iid Up $11,560,000                                      "Reserve $13.GCO,000.-"j-  " -^ p-\��������� i p>���������. j_t���������___/: /^>__   'MAROCCHI BROS    S  GROCERS   8<   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  I  Agc-iil.-- (nr I'i I -i' i.i '���������'' Ih'cwiiig ("oinpiui't'.s IJ 1CICR  Wli'iU'SitK' lK'iilcrs in :\11 Kinds of  Wines and Liciuors,  ��������� ������������������#��������� if  ���������������*������*���������-������������������������������ lat^r^lU *������������������������  I  I      I'O     ill-  !  SUHIl MiTCSMLL  Genl "BiaCtiSfi'ili^iK* .. j s   .j;(lll   (^-orj-t-,  J������m   6.-   That  l-'Oli   Vol"!:  I i wn'v tlii'V did hnx.-/, iirmiiiil il     \v,ih  j ' m ."Mil Lin .     'The ('V'l.nii.ii*-*   fn j.iv  lui'lil ���������'.".iiii-i lu >'i I'loSi)    wild    flirt'C  ��������� it-hn'j.s Jul' llii'-J' i*Miii''il')i' Jhj Ji'.-s.  I I  I i  ���������AND  -  SCShGCllig  Third Sr.       Cinn'.-,i:.  <;i\'K \Jr\ \'tiV,R Nl'-.vT oii  'iivfiiiy/ivi.' lahurcrs woie drown  cd S itiii-day when M) 114 lo cross  (tin*   Fiii'-ft-    liver    near    I*ort  * 1  j .1/. 1'iv.', i.'-. ir pi) 1 ted   !������.    An^vU'  ; l'..;.',ii "���������'���������   M  r'lilm.-id   w >\icr, just  * j'lim'i-d fi'OJH   Ur-   .VCCIlt;   of    till  * jdi.-.i-:-1.    Tl''- iiitu   Wfre fcriy-  n '.��������� ;,< lu-.s ijit* htu'n.it iu a bai-yt  Is        SECOND   STREET t  ^T-^^^*>^^^yvvvM/n������*������rf^<>^^^^**^ ������iVVNi^W*W\-^iTrf������.*-'������'.''v<wy  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL. $lg,OQO,00G REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS'  I'.*'*':rd hy Thi* C-i-villi-in Tt-inlf nf ('fimmorro. urn li safe, convenient nnd  incKp-Jiisivc method u{ rcmiltin-;- small ,������fiwn.s nf inoiwy. 'fiietc Ordcre,  pnvahle without cliiir^ij nt any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territ'ory) and in the principal alius of tho United Stales, nro issued nt  the following* rates:  $5 and untlcr ,,,,,.,,.,.,,.,,....   .'"cents  Over    5 nml nnt exceeding Q10    0    "  "     10      " ������������������ 30  ...10     "  "     30      ������������������ '��������� SO 15     "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  thonW be made'l-y mroni if cur SPHClAt. FORBION DkAI-TS nml MONEY  OKDKRvJ,   latneA withnut Af.Uy tt rtmunable met,  CUMBERLAND BUANOH W. T. WHXfF, Mannffc  %  DHAFTS   ISoUKi)   !N   ANY    CUllllESCY,   PAYABLE   All ������  | oveii tkjV woia.i).       .' ;      ,    |  I RPEGIAL ATTKNTiON pni'l in SA V IN .OS ACCOUNTS' & intp'ru-t |  %   nl hi<du>������l  OuiTi-nt Kitlt'tf ali:,*w<d on l-i*i'*S,ii!j uf'i*l and li'iiwiu'ii*-. |  | C*JM3'3aL-\.v*rD1  Q   C , Bfin-h. Opja"Daily t\  B    -       UNIOM- "AY, B.C.   Sub-Hi-Hncb, Op������u Tuosdnys-A rridays. ^  | D. Mo A'10R^JS0rVs_ Alannger.'  ���������. |  I rOUHTEKAY,    ii. 0 ,    II������������������finch,    Open Daily. .* fi  I R. H. HA8DWICKR, Monagisr. ��������� ���������������.  %!niiiii'iOM  -���������������^w.-7w.-xnro*Jtoj������������w������W5TW4i^^^^ *^wtsP.'jrjva^ t.!v^-^*"-/r'W^������--'i'-^*r^v'v^>'-^-w?^ rxr*v-'j������ws'V**ifa-^rr*w  9  p; Philupps. Harrison ft  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  V   DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  M  in'nii-imwji. mu jijiuiijiB-wmwii���������~nwinir?fg-tw"inr n-n-i-it n .'"-^r-T -i "-nrm '���������' i--������i������Trrv-Tr������ rirnr mniiiiirwj*1  Txidrw.^iirm-mvi'rnrwtntmtT'i^���������i'^v"''-' *������������������*-���������-"������������������������������������"- . w+v,'-.* .-if*������* r**-M* * .vjt.wxit. ���������K-^3-j!ij*������.*.'-)l*-������-i *-.*������^aVf'*'W-it,*irM  Manufacterer of IS1BTEEAL WATER  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. BOX 412  FH0J-JJ5 SO,...  nwwiiim i..ii inwiii i >nil"Mmri ������������������nMir-rtnnrif m ���������-���������'''���������-'inr-Ttif-rT'n-ii'rnMnirr''-r-r Hniw-kMVf  \  )  i  MuuiumnoviM  ..). LiwiLi-Ji)..i*m������ii.iiwii'���������iTWTiir itn-ninir-rin���������iT-'������������������"*���������r--".-���������."���������������������������-���������������������������.~-~*~~r.-~..-~-.~���������-~~t  |n.r������^*^lBB^fMWlllflWW^  ir YOU GET IT AT       PLIMLEY'S  Big pail In  Cycle Pr-ie  IT'S AU RIGHT  I  !    ft'  During sirck-lfikiiur wr: linvo fouiul ihat wc  havi,: ijiiiu: a iv-imbcr of M'.'concl-haiul .'il-irip-  snilcd aiid "n'ttimed from hire" -inadiines  and arc holding an or.U of ncason ckiaranct!  ai bifjj; price rtiductions.    Look into ihis.  Thos. Plimley  |j 73Q YATES STREET VICTORIA, 13. O.  b  is  \ ���������'*!  !  "i  I  W MiBr.? IC3fO BdUUmUMl PiC*l*BBJMi M ���������**������U������LHW."������ "Wt!!**f|Jnttl**<U      '  'I


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