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 y.  7*  jf���������jt**.  ���������y-^'t-T^y^yC  ���������.d������cy-  j<^-  "&-'*^f.  ';>���������������-"-���������������$  t  ^  "l**-**-. ���������.       ' " - "  \ "ft.    !Jsfe -JdjUfnAl Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  '-.- y.. *-*  u)r-     ��������� '���������*<������������������ .-       .-  - --     -    .  ~ ���������   ��������� ^ .. ;   stic  The News, Twenty First- Year ��������� , %-������/��������� $av -^-r-,^r-������U  Cumberland; b. a, Wednesday,, julv 22, :9i-i-  *'������* . ... ' ���������     'X  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEASfc-  ���������r-MsnanKwwcira-^uM  I'i*.  A: If at ai;Mi(t: ���������fiKatuj %,t afars at  : G\yU\ Hoys' and Ladies' TanRibbed  Cotton Hose, splendid-.wearing (-unlity    *      **  "* ������������������ 15c PA IK, 7 PA IK FOR A DOLLAR  ?' *,'.'���������        *��������� '  ">  Ladies' Bluck Silk Gloves���������sm ill sizes only  ^ 1 ist length, regular, values to 5oc.' .     , ,   ���������-  ;   '" -,-.       SPECIAL PltXE 23c. A PA lit  "'     ������ -        *  Ladies'. Undervests, splendid quality,  short    ���������  " A   and long sleeves,.  " . :   JJ5e: KACJIV 3 PAIRS FOii A DOLLAU  Gitignaius���������- Fur a-few days  we will  offer;  -ahiMit 400 yards in  striped and plain green   -      ,  Ci'ino-lianis, regular values to 25c. and  80c.  na vard, LEADER"HlUCE 12k PER YARD  ��������� * *���������*  Ladies'. Skirts, and  -Tweeds,  small   sizes   '  .only.    Only a few left* '    .  "   .   ' '   TO CLEAR AT $2.93  House Dresses���������See our window for a spe-   i  cud lot of dresses at  ��������� HALE PRICE AND SOME LESS  Millinery���������-Must he cleared out at   HALF  PRICE OR LESS.     Your chance to get a  cmod hat for very little.,"  n        , -j      ��������� ai ���������  Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns  s-'inewhaf  ���������***  ground, and   having   re  & CompanyV Limited.  $ gSSS������33^"fS������is^������3c������  '    - Vancouver', July 15.���������Mr.   P  Fisher, one of the Yictoria dele-  . gaus to the IJ. C. Federati.otrof  1/ibor convention,. asserts that  lie was wrongly reported iu the  papers."'" He was credited with  the statement that he, and at  least some of the other Victoria  delegates would support any request-for action "down to open  murder'.-" This should have read  * auvlhltig short of murder,"  Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Theal  and little daughter, who have  been visiting Mis. Theal'a pa-  rents. Mr, and Mrs. J J. Wier,  left for their home at Chilliwack  on Thursday evening last.  Mr. Thos. Lewis arrived huiuo  011 Saturday evening from a two-  week visit tu relatives*   in   >Iaimi-  0!d Road to Comox Lake  Reverts to W. C. Co.  That part of the old government road, from its ���������junction with  tlie new mad, toward Comox lake,  has been closed to the public, and  by oi'der-ii'.-cnuiicil reverts to tho  original owners, viz,-tlio "Wellington Colliery Co. _ Official notification to'this effect has boon forwarded to tho Company.  Somo say that this is the last  svock of strike pay, and others  say that it is not. Which is it ?  if tho II. iU,.W. of A. Ihrough  lack of ftinds beobligetl to discon  tinue linancial support", lo the  8trikiiiff coal miiiers on .Vancoii--  ver Island, tho strikers havo no  kick coming, as the  A GENERAL STRIKE  The.B. 0. Federation pf-iLa-  bour, iu a recen t session at Vancouver, hy a vote of 48 to,36,.ae".  solved to advise Labour to en"  gage in a general strike, and  arranged.that a referendum on  the subject should be.taken !iiur-  mediately. Doubtless feeling  uncertain   of     tlieir  6- ������  , ft   .-gard-. to  the fact that the vote was by' no  means  unanimous, the  convention further resolved    "that tour  men be  sent out   to   propagate  the idea  of. a   general   strike."  Iu the opinion of the Week this  f.cuou is ill-advised, and will result in a serious   blow to the in"  d usuries   of'.the   Province   and  inevitable loss and  suffering  .to  .the    men   aud   tlreir   families.  If the premises  of the  conv'eir*  lion \vere coirect and the  strike  could be effective   in'achieving  the result  which they  have  in  view, it is conceivable that under     certain     circumstances   .it  would be a good policy to ipllo'vv.  But under uo such circumstances as exist at present could it be  wise  to  call a   general   strike:  There   is  no denying   the   fact  that we are  passing  through "a  severe   trade   depression ;'   this  condition is  reflected   in   every  statistical leturn which is being  compiled*, whether by   the Gov'  eminent, the'banks,   theoi boards  of  trade  or the   city   councils.'  Furthermore,   though " we"  are  hopeful there is uo tangible eviy  ellCc~Ol���������111 1 pi O vciiiOnt^���������cvUi.1���������\. .\���������  pressions ot optimising result   ra  ther-from the wish   which is:St--  ther to the  thought  than from  any   demonstrable, .and   conclusive argument  Entrance Examination  Cumberland Centre  [High School Candidates.]  ^������&-*j#^s**a^^  The following is the ��������� list  oi the candidates who have passed in the������Entrance Examination  iir Cumberland Centre :���������  " CUM BERLAN 0���������Number of  Candidates 19; passed ii,���������  Geoige Mordy 693, Hazel J.  YVhyte 672, John Liddle 618,  Josephine Balaguo 613, Mamie  Potter 606, WillianrRickson 6o.|  Andrew, Anderson 595, Edith  W. Bicklc 588, ������Rhoda Uitkle  575, Doris Murray 573, Christina Gray 571. ���������    '  COMOX���������Number of Candidates 2; passed 0.  COURTENAY��������� Number of  Candidates S; passed 3.���������Annie  Carroll 588, Thomas J. .McQuillan 570, George Miliard 550.  DENMAN   ISLAND���������Num-.  ber of Candidates 2;   passed 1.--  Sta'nley   Damaresq   695,  Joseph  Damaresq 646. '        ..  FANNY BAY���������Number <-of  candidates 2: passed 1.���������Bessie  Hastings 636,'  '' HEADQUARTERS���������N-u m-  bei of candidates 1; passed 1.���������  Irene Dixon 570. ���������  SAN DWICK���������Number of can  didatos 2 ; passed o.  UNION     BAY���������Number   o  candidates 7 ; passed 1,���������Rhyll--  it. Partridge 550. '  mo.  ���������_-o-  Willinm'-Jarvill, who. was  jureil nt No. 7   initio  W'li'k ago, died at our  pital 011   Mimiliiy  will  Oil  ho held  in"  about    a  ocul hoe-  Au    inquest  tt, .,= ,nv  union up'  to  The confidence  of The Week in   the  advent  of  better times   is   based  .011   the  splendid   natural    resources   of  the country and sound   business  Government, but individual  efl"  ort to improve conditions will be  an important contributor to any  real   revival   of   trade.     There  may be times when   Capital and  Labour can aftord to   fight, but  there are limes when they   must  pull together or fall by the way.  The latter   more correctly  describes conditions as they are  today, and even if the   Federation  of Labour was justified   in   the  preamble to its resolution, where  " For Ihe second time,;South Van  cnu ver has the proud .distinction'  of ~passing~alri ls"HIg iv Sc tTourcl'SW  candidates, 101-- in number. This  'rebo"r"'d'"is*'=ipt'obal)iy" ���������unfrjiMled'iri'  the school history of the Dominion.  South Vancouver last year also  passed all its High School .candidates. *. ���������  : <5>���������   Sonic persons were    making a  devil of 0a racket,    with    musiea  iustrunients   on   Tt es lny   night.  cut  preference "tn  Give us the  iioiiihuld Tom  lor    niii^ic, ���������* in  Tuesday night's ham  ��������� There is to be a grand*Conservative rally ancl picnic at  Campbell River on August.;.  No Liberals - need apply.  This won't bc in it with the  picnic ihe Liberals will give  them  at  the  next-provincial  The Via Mooro Stock. Company  was greeted wiih a good houpo on  Monday night, the lirst night 01 its  engagement here. Tho com puny  ia a good average one, and no  doubt will draw well for  tho   bai  lie United Sin tea Henlth Per.  vice r-'pot;tP that up lo June S last  lhoro had been JJfil east's of canine  raliif-s in Son Uio since'lho outbreak  began in Sep'.inribcr 1913. Of tbtr-.e  cases UO have been proven positive  in thev  attack the Government election.    ''fom" will smile at  tlio present has backed them up  well financially. The wonder i**,  that the Htriko has been financed  so long,  -o--  Dr, Kerr,   dentist, tis  Oiimliorliiiiil Hotel.  ,nt   thu  ])lGI)AYKOUTUKKDIT01t.  Tho editor of a Kansoe popor  nays thnt ho pioked up 11 Winohos-  tor rifla recently and Btarlod up lho  Btreot to tlollvor Iho weapon to Up  owner. Tho dollnquont Btibncrib-  orB got it inlo th������lr bonds that ho  wuh on tho war path, and ovoryono  ho mot inaietud on paying ftU ho  owod. Ono man wiped out a dobt  of ton yuarfl BinmUng. Ou roturtv  ing to thoollioo hu found a load of  hnv, ftfloon buahola of coru, tori  biif IioIb of pulutooH, ti luad ot wood  and a burrol of tumipB.--Lii JJullo  Star.  "UTRTH-Oh Tuesday, July  2i*t, to the wife of Mr. Robert  Myths, Penrith Avenue, a baby  daughter.   lluiuourrtrt two in tlio nir of n  now hotel fur Cmnberhivd ut a  no dW:i"t thii".    It will    cmie,  Tf you hoard what 11 prominent  ollioial of tho Canadian Colliiiriu-*  told ub of tho future of Cumberland,  you would hu tickled to doiith. Wo  havo novor known our informant lo  mako a miasurtomont, and has at  and the coal operators, there  could bc nothing to j^aiu by pre-  cipitatiu*.',' a strike until thin<>"s  have undergone a material  change I'or the better. There  are many industries today in  Iiiitish Columbia which are. nol  paying ; there arc many compau  ies which would be only too  glad of au excuse to shutdown,  and The Week believes that  the net result of a general strike  would be,simply to add many  thousands to the ranks of ihe  unemployed  without fiirthciii'g  this.  airs." If they allow t hem-sol ves  to bc forced i 11*10 a general strike  at the present time they will  simply be playing still further  into the hands ('if 0111 trade competitors without any resultant  benefit to themselves. ���������The Vie  toria Week.  ancaoftht'   ongngenient.   At  ibis'i-.i-tho lahotiiloiy'.    In  additi r. J  time of   the vca'r  when so many cow and 1 horse havo died of* rah-  aro away camping, full houses rev-  cry night cannot ho expected, if  tho efforts of the management, arc  appreciated, lho publ c will ho  treated to tho heol. The Ihcatrc  is what ihe peoplo have been clamoring for, fur a lung lime, nnd il  is up to then: to support it.  ��������� ������������������������ ���������������������������������������������" ���������  Rov. .1.  X.   and    Mrs.   Wi!-  Iciiiiii', of Sandwich,   arc ������������������.\pt'*,l  ed hnnie this week   from a h-u-j,*  th\  visit- tu the OM O.iimli'Y.  ic*-*.- Dining the week on*Ji"g Juno  1.'5,191-1, rabies had been report ed  in o dogs aud 1 cow.  This hiu- been a groat blackberry  hciihihi, and a huuoh of money has  liOi'ii received for thn  fruit.  Tho Oumbcii-liuul liloc tic high,*  ing Company will ox'en.l their t-y-j-  (cm lo Coaiuv Valiey, having to-  cuieil a friinchisi'.  all liraeB had lho best  intoroetB of  Cumberland at heart.   Ho is in a j the objects iu view, cr bctteiing  poBltion to  know   what  ho  waa    ' '��������������������������� ** ���������<  ���������   'alking  about,   Wo  boliovo that  timo will prove tho truth of his  Hlntomoril to ua. In our opinion  tlio fuluro of Cumberland is bright  vilth promiflo,and thut this will bo  ono of tho most propperouu com-  inunitieB in IJ. C. It i.-i up lo ub lo  bo Cumborland bulldoiH.  the conditions of the workers  ns a whole, The movement  looks loo much like au attempt  ou the part of Alien  Agitators,  Dry   Goods  CAMPBELLS  Or kTo C El I-i I El S  i-.-l  .J I.  Diiiiniuiiir Avenue looks much  tho hotter for tlm. eh'aniiiif up.  A roller ami a fow hum-li* of oil  would imil<-) a cMll   yyonivv ini"  pi'uvuiiit'iil, wud  the dust.  wivul-l  Ue.i-p tiuwn  ana t-'ipcciaiiy a- veprcreutauve"  uf U. M. W. i-f A, Ut wiv   i!h'!i  face iu the matter of the  Nana'  1110 strike,    Their policy has i-n  tailed suffering and  j'livatinu 011  hundicds of homes ou Vancuiiv  er Island without any conespou  ding gain.    It   was hoped   tha*  llriiish Columbia workmen   lun'  learned   the h"--s-on. t1"' 11101a' "'  which is -'Manage your own atT  xjtAJtxiiStex-tt*   ^u^JJ-t'-iCo I���������*J XCLa*.  Soft; Drinks, Caxmod Mcntp, Bovii-  ecl Ham, Veal Loaf,  Boikd Hani,  Lunoh Sax7.snp;ea, etc.  CAMPBELLS  1  f  \\  i tWW'&'&tftettifttyirJttX  1> . ti  iY:i\^K-Ji,',.^,j.'..^.stxH.\!������x>-i\).ii^'^;^,s.f������-.. ft/'i.-su yi,  ) Gout/a ^i.'.Viil-'thiu^K %  e0r#>3,^9'dttiCS'f������A3nj>rt--%-r^.*������v-^^-^-rK<**aS -*������������������ * '��������� t-" ���������> "-* -***^.* *>��������� '������-'.-* '** .^"^������>*i ^*.-^.*:. ���������.,'- .*. LTJ iHayva*K^tstit*>BJi������ w siz&.lpeua*timtaam  TIIE NEWS. CUMBERLAOT. IL .C  (Continued)  And whilst Gold  and Helder were  attending  to   their  business   in   New  York, all London was asl'ing: "Where  vere the Comstock Bells?"  The  Post  Journal  asKed   it  in   bis  type, ashed it again in smaller type,  double  headed;   called  it "a.%>remarkable occurrence," "a myt, cry." Being  a   wise   journal,   this   paper    steered  -clear   of   suggesting   that   there   had  been any foiil play.   It. speculated upon   llie   possibility   of   the   Comsioclt  Hell.-* having come back to London to  .spend their honeymoon, and-hail'-si little  article   un   London   as   ,1   honeymoon resort.    It hinted at the supernatural, and hoped that nothing had  happened to the young people. Then  lt  grow  bolder,  for  its  busy  correspondents   throughout   the    continent  had been  seeking ihe young people.  '   and  had  sought unsuccessfully.  "Where was Air. Comstock Bell?  His  friends  treated  the  matter as  a joke, and rival newspapers suggested  that the  reporter  had  been  mistaken and was desirous of creating a  little sensation in an admittedly dull  season.    Whereupon  Jackson   sought  the two men who had been his companions on the night,-only lo iind they  . Jihad disappeared from London.  i"   On 'he sixth day following the pub-  iF lication of his story a letter came to  ' the  office  of the  Post  Journal.      It.  was  dated   Lucerne,   typewritten    on  . Swizefholf Motel notepaper, and ran:  "Dear  Sir,���������Wo have  read' with  a  great deal of interest, a little annoyance, and some amusement lho specu-  Jali'.ns of your representative as  to  where we are'spending our holiday,  though we were not aware that our  movements created so much interest.  "We   should  bo    very  graceful   lo  you if you would allow us lo enjoy  the privacy which is our right as in-  ���������   dividuals.    We    trust    thai you  will  have     the-   courtesy    to  make  this  , known to the many friends we possess in London, and that your interest in our"' welfare will now be confined to the silent interest which we  feel sure you have in all your readers."  It was signed "Comstock Bell." and  - underneath, in a feminine hand, "Verity Bell."    '  .7 " JEhe^-edilor^of  the"   Posl    Journal  handed   the  letter  to  the  crestfallen  *   'Jackson.    A   .big,    broad-shouldered  man,  this  editor;   grey-haired,  clean-  fibansn-TTvi th���������arro i c e���������1 i I ve���������th e���������b o o nv-  ing of the sea.   He growled out a few  pleasant  curses  at'his  subordinate's  head.  . "Seems to have made us look pretty foolish, Jackson," he said.  , Jackson wisely said nothing. Tlie  editor rang a bell, and iho chief subeditor entered. The chief handed him  the letter.  "Dress this up," he said. "Explain  that whilst we were certain thai Mr.  Hell was weL, ��������� and there was not  iruch mystery about his disappear,  ancc, we wero interested in the  physchic. side of it���������"  "But," interrnpled Jackson,  "would  Jt not be as well to ask our man a I.  Lucerno      lo  confirm   the   fact   Ihat  these people are staying there?"  The editor scowled at him.  "I don't know why we should ivaslo  nny moro money aud energy on  t.he  matter,"    he    asid  deliberately.    "If  they find out wc aro making inquiries  they might bo unpleasant,    It's now  ���������elqhl, and by Swiss timo It will  bo  nine-  qV'lo'-l-;   I  doubt  whether   wo  Bhould  get a reply in time."  "Still, we cun try."  At oleven-lliirty  the chief imb-edit-  or strolled  inlo 'ills uiiporlor'fi  room.  "It's a pity the comstnek Boll mystery hiui fallen through," he said, inking a chair facing'tlm other's desk.  "There's very Utile news of any kind  ���������worth  jiriiiling tonight."  GIN PILLS  FOR WOMEN  Read What Mrs. Harris Says About  Thtm  .Mrs. T. Harris of Tyneside, Ont..  konws all about GIN TILLS. "I am  now taking my third box of GIN  PILLS," she writes. "The'pain across  my back and kidneys has almost entirely gono. I was a great stiffe* or  from Rheumatism but it has all left  me., I strongly advise all women who  suffer from Pain in th-? Back and  Weak  Kidneys,  to  try  GIN   PILLS."  50c a box, c for S'l.iQ. "Sample' free  if you1 write Naiioral Drug & Chemical Co. of Cauada, Limited. Toronto.  ' said the other  nothing  at the  dri-  Old  "So 1 observe,  Iv. "Was there  Bailey ?"'���������  "One or two cases," said the other  carelessly. ' "A man named Willetts  has been charged with the forgery of  i  .-*-:")() bank note."  ca n t  said ,  "That's an unusual case  make anything of that?"  editor.  _ The    chief    sub-editor , shook  head.  'Happened ten years ago," he  "and the man pleaded guilty.    '1  was   nothing   sensational   about  circuri)*slances.     It     was   forged  was assuied, or b'eeatirs he dealt  with irregular happenings." in high  places. His .nslincl of the law was  greater than any other he possessed.  11' Comstock Bell had been his own  brother, lie would have set himself as  readily and as ui.hcsilat'ngly to v/or'.c  to discover the wherefore of his curious behavior.  A note frm.n Scotland Yard brought  him to the assistant-ccmmissioiier's  office,  Captain Symons was a man of considerable ability���������he had won his position as- chief of. the criminal investigation department by sheer merit A  spare, lean .man. slightly. bald, with  a pair of steady blue eyes that look-  npon you "through and through, and  a light moustache;-, he was one of the  most"famous men in London.  (To be Continued)  Even tlie Laziest Liver  and Bowels respond to  the gentle action of  Bash on Legs and Back, Scratching  Irritated Breaking Out. Used Cuticura Ointment, Disease Vanislicdi  tw^\  you  the  hi.-  said,  'here  tlie  in  Paris,  and   seems  to  have  been   the  only one of its kind." ���������  "What did he get?"  'A year's hard labor," said the  chief sub-editor.  ..  "Let me see!" The editor- rubbed  his ; chin retklcively. "Was not that  the time when a number of , young*  men started a crime club?"  The sub-editor nodded.  "It did.not come out in tbe evidence, so we cai-'l give it," he said.  "I hink the best thing to do is to  make parliament the big story of the  day."  A boy brought a telegram and  handed it lo the sub-editor. He looked at it and read il carefully; then '.re  passed it on to his chief.  * "J I'm," said the editor, "that's curious."  The telegram read:  "Neither Mr. ���������nor Mrs. Comstock  Bell have been seen at Lucerne, and  neither are nor have been slaying* at  the Swizerholf."  They sat without speaking for a  minute.  "Who is this from?" asked the  editor.  "It is from one of our own men  who is taking his holiday at Lucerne.  1 thought it would be best in a case  like this nol to depend upon the local  correspondent"  Tho editor touched his bell.  "This is good enough," he. said.  "Tell Mr. Jackson I want to see him,"  as the messenger came in answer to  the bell. "Jackson can work this  slory ,up; it wil] make the Clomstock  Bell disappearance the story of the  day;   we have ample material."  At that moment Jackson entered,  and the editor passed the -telegram  'lo���������hlnT: ���������* ��������� ���������  "Get a column out. of this, and do  it quick," he ordered.  the completion  entente cordisle  laie   King    h'd-  ��������� King George in Napoleon's Bed  During his recent visit to Franco,  wfiere he was welcomed with boundless enthusiasm, King George slept  for all (luce nights in a Hoyal bed,  used long ago by Napoleon Bonaparte.  His visi' nurked  of ten years of the  inaugurated by the  ward.  Things had been going on but  poorly between Prance and Kngland  when Le Roi Bonhomme succeeded to  the throne���������a personality already popular among the French, whom he understood, and. who understood him.  King Edward determined to go to  Paris. His reception would, it was  understood, , be "correct," but no  more. Nothing could resistjiis smile,  his genial courtesy, and his*nnimitable  art of .saying and doing the right  thing.  At all Druggists and Stores.  Take    Abbey   Vita    Tablets  for  Nerves  Sick  you slay?" a French-  member of his suite,  on  Thursday," was  the  "How long do  man asked a.  ' "We leave  reply. l  "I'm glad of that If you had stayed till Sunday the people ./would have  .made, him  king of France."  His popularity with the Parisians  contipued all hin life through, anil  is evidently being extended also to  his son���������the'present king.  Ki'titvilli), X, H.- ��������� 'Tui' nbinil. Aw* yciim  I wuh lintlii-rcil \'lili a lli'lit nthli v-liirh  ���������nutjlil nppinr most ln-uvlly on my Ii'iim ninl'  liiirli.  This ii'iiiililed mi" moM.  in < lin dpi Iii-.; of ilii) j riii*, 'J'licy  old    It    HUH   IV.iTIIIII.      'I'llll  ir/rinu iii'licil mid Inii'iii'd  nml my n'l'itchlm: Irrliutcd  tin' lin-.'ililni! (ml,    A ft cr It  -"���������v^y      '"'"I." dllt I COUUI lint (illli'lll)  "O^^    mum tluiii tliivo Iihui-h' hIh'Ii  "VSy1** i.i'-ii mi-lit H p.dii'd nn* ni.  *       My Ui'.'i nml buck with n.  mild riiii'ui nf It'-liims mjii-������,  " J wuh nl".iti MM" balm and nfli.r iJ'.Iiir  tlilK priii.'iiiiiiiHi nii'iut :i wci'lt tlm (llvTiw  liorimiii miii'M! iiinl I (until nut olaalii any  rent nt jiIi-Ii', I ii*-' d ull tlm pnti'iid im-im-  ratloiiH on I In.' iiinrlict but t lu*y only wcmcil  lull.- .'������������������ '   !'*     ""' *"' i-'l ���������HT'i"'li'i1 illfuln  ri'lli-f wlmli'viT, About thin Hum d fi'imul  trcomiiiiTiili'i) (���������'iiliriiiiv Oiiiinii'iii. to im-,  Jtnwi'vcr, 1 luid'oM. tiiiili Ju nil U'iiK.i|li'.s nml  iuL'U-*-"'."!*'! bul li<: Josiit'-'l tiiut I (ry C'uti-  'i'.urn Olnliiiciit mi J puii'lin-it'il a box. Tlm  llmt nppll*'a!lon ruvii n-IU-f ami In nbout. a  i.-v!:if." ���������-"'" *|"r *'" I"-'"'"' ''ml 1 wn'" nlili1  toobtiilnni*0()ilii[i'.lit'i'ic*i(i tlKi-1r.it / luol  enjoyc-d for many jikmiIIis. I nmilniicil tlui  I*refitment tut nnotli'T month find by thnt  'lino all iilKtm of tlui dlHcai'ii hivl vunNicI,".  (Slltnnl) Willard V. Allen, May HI. HUH.  . For moro (luuuiK'',iicTOtli)iiCiitlciir.'tH(mti  Mid Cuticura Olntmi-nt huvu ulfunli'il tlin  ITW4 i'<'(iii<unl������'iil tn*i������iiiii nt. foi-iilfu tluiii of  Ilio nUlri nml uralp tlmt lorfuru, lu-li. burn,  wuh*., uud (Jcstriiy '���������'���������'������������������p. Nnnl every.1 lii-i-i*.  Pa-rip'-* of cadi mailed lm: t.IUi air-p. HKIn  Iloofc. kAilrcnn pust-cord J'tittrr .Drug It  Chem, Corp,, Dopt. V, Uutlon, U. fl. A.  W   N. U. 1003  CHAPTER XIII.  "WenUvorlh Gold returned io England al the end of May. His visit to  Washington bad been more satisfactory "than he had hoped. ������������������ The officials recognized the difficulty of liis'  task, and were almost sympathetic.  He learnt that he had been suddenly  sent for as lho result of an unexpected commii'-'lcnt'cn from the While  Houso, which gavo no reason ' why  ho should be summoned and conlcnt-  ed himself with the uncompromising  instruction that he was to bc brought  to America immediately.  J-lc had not seen Holder during his  slay in Washington, but he knew that  he was the kind of man who spent  the greater part of his life crossing  and ro-crossln*** the Atlantic between  Liverpool and Now York. Such men  frwjuonlly never go outside the city's  con lines,  Ho did not. know that Holder's visit  had beon n critical one; thai the big  criminal organi/.allon wag alarmed to  lho point of panic, and thai. Ileldor  had travelled out*, at. such short notice hecauso tlio heads of the organization had received dollnllo information that unless its plan of campaign  was considerably modified, it stood  in grave risk of detection.  Helder preceded Gold by a. few  Any a. *  ���������  Returning to England, (lold had  time, lo consider lho mystery of (Join-  slock Hi>]!. The American news-  papers had iritide more of Iho (llwip-  pciiriinco ihan tho London j-roHf*, and  Gold had hnd little chiince or fnnret..  ling thai ho was a friend of (Jonislock  lil'll's*.  ���������Thn liinln cluo Uun ({old had to  work iipoi: wu.i lho (lincovery llmt ho  had mado in the hoiii'i' iu (Jadoguu  Kfimirc, Thin wiui llm I'll In folder In  wIMch ('mil''!! Issue I heir llcl'i'tn, The  two vouchers were Ihcro intiicl, with  ll)o cxccpiinii Hint tho counterfoil,*'  which curried llm pnHBengi'i'i* from  London lo Hover ami from Dover to  Calais had been extracted. For Hu  rent of I'.ic Journey nn fnr im Vienna, the ilclvctti roiniiini'il. Hut. for tlm  fact thut Hie railway (oiipun audilu'  boat lli'lci'l hnd been ilcliii'hiul, I lions  wnn tlm p-is-Hl hi Illy tlmt J loll Imd Jcfl.  I.lioiu lichliiil. Hut tlm llfl-cl. from  (!alais tu Aiiiii-nii had been piiiiclic-d,  iiccldeiitiilly, poiiHlbly, hv the liiiipccl-  or al, Vlcldilii. That dli poi-fil uf tho  ('ilgKCHllon llmt lliey li/id hcc'ii lofl  hi'hliiil  In  Ilio  hurry of di'iiartiiic  ('i(i)il i-tllle I'Npi'Cli il lo Ileal" on hlii  iiri'lval In Liituliiii Hint (.'oiiiiitock Hell  hnd I'l'tiirimil,    lin wiih nsloiiliilifd to  Hi    I   '    ."*     ���������     Ir". 'l   If.lfr,...   ,'*���������-,-.-!���������>  (lin 111'  li  *'������������������>* ' ���������   ��������� I  lilniMi'lf nwiillliii? him.    Oii" t  ilicsHi'il from FiiriH llm tiny folinwnigi  lin; iM'rlvii.l  (il', Uie   J.!.i*ut!''i|  piiiVj  Another ]������!���������!!ir,  with  tim  i������oj-1   dai*  Ltictnic,  (ypuwrllli'ii  on    iSwlr/.f'rli.'irf  imtepaper, told of Ihi'lr iiji'ihukc, iinvf*  iii...  cou-  wan  liclli'r I'livored, Tlio third If-tior wat  from Vlennn -ih.! tltlnj; v/im n myn-  li't-y. None 'T llm lettcru trpoko of lho  luul, ilcl(.jir --ji HUlo item wlilcli ti.'-  ually iiniHiyii a It'iivclcr, Imwover rich  lie may ho. d'Hd cfiinlidly ndtiiilted  to hltriKcir Hint he could not nniliTf  rtiiinl it.  Vour |ii'"fi'n:ii(iiial il'tflfllvn, If lie  !���������: wnrlh hip ;-nll, Iuir no frli-mln In  liimlrifflB lionr.'J. Arid Wcfilwurlh (Job!  was .i |iror<'uiiiii'i| ilcd'cllvc, none th"  1pi,h  I-.0  bi'caune  IiIh  cocliil   ponltlon  Don't Drink Water That is Pure,,  The familiar statement that the old  toper who refused to drink for fear  it would "rust' hi,s iron constitution,"  may not be so much of a joke as il  has always been considered. Recent  scientific investigations' cast serious  doubts upon the benefits of water as  "a beverage except in very' moderate  quantities. Surprisingly enough, water 'which has been, made chemically  pure by distilling, has been found lo  do even more injury lo the human  system than other kinds.  A long seiies of exp-3rinent on  plants lias shown that distilled water  which offers a high resistance lo  electric currents, is almost fatal to  plant life. Such water works great  harm lo a planl's.,cells by extracting  the "electrolytes and disarranging the  "SfieflJielll-!Ern"dlmysicT'I~p������rts���������of���������tiro-  plants. Prokids are the basis of the  cell's health, and they are. just the  elements which are destroved- by absolutely pure water. c'.-       ' ��������� *���������*%  '        Power of Human Bones  Human, bones are trognendprisly  strong and possessed of a marvelous  resisting poA'er. Indeed, ..the bones  of the frailest, most delicate looking woman ' are stronger than the  strongest oak.  Of course, a bone is hollow and  that is ouo ot the chief reasons it  resists such extreme weights. For  instance, a small bone whicli. is no  more than a square lpilllmotro "in  diameter will hold in suspension  without breaking some 35 pounds,  while a stick of best oak of similar  width will r.iot hold  pounds. Indeed, the  of the average man  one-hall" than that of  The * principle ou which our bones  are, constructed," , being made hollow  and consequently stronger than if  Ihey were solid and heavier, is the  same mechanics .which have.followed  the world over. Constructive engineers employ lubes instead of solid  cylinders.  In the case of animals,  thousands  of   years   ago   one   reason   of  bulky .frame  is  attributed  by  lists   as   due  to   the-   fact  that  bones were solid and added  to  weight.  . Folio-wed Suit  On the day of the admission of M.  Rostand to the .French academy the  author of "Cyrano" and' 'L'Aiglon"  gave a breakfast to a few of his  friends, the guest of honor being  Mme. Bernhardt. The actress was  dressed iii a hand seme gown, which  had been made expressly for the occasion. At- the end of the breakfast she arose and in an impressive  manner took a glass, held it high and'  said, "I drink to' the greatest of  French dramatists, M. Rostand, and  I drink after thc'Greelc manner!" She  then poured thn, contents of,her glass  over her head and gown.  Two of Rostfind's small sons were  sitting at a side table wearing new-  velvet suits, also made'for the occasion. In the silence which followed  Bernhardt's dramatic tribute the  elder of the boys arose and, imitating  her manner, said, "I drink to the  greatest of poets, my papa, and I also  drink in the Greek fashion!" and  straightway deluged himself and'his  small brother with the contents' of his  glass."  Darl:  more -tlian 20  average bona  is stronger by  solid oak.  their  scien-  their  their  WHAT MOTHERS SAY  The fact of the matter seems to bc  that there is danger of drinking water that is loo pure. The presence of  certain impurities in water adds  greatly lo its hsalthfulnesa. Even a  small amount of mineral salts lias the.  effect of making water a harmless  beverage. Distillation " makes water  absolutely pure by destroying disease  microb'-si but at the same time it  removes ceitain Eallc. which are of  great value lo our bodies.  Science now says that well water  is a good kind to drink, but that tillered river wafer is even hotter, because it. has heen moro thoroughly  oxygenated. We oufht never lo drink  distilled water, it declares, because  there is go-id reason lo boliovo thnt  it is as hiirmful tt the cells of the  human body ns to those ol plants.  holiovt!  that    tho  into   two    classes,  ' and    thoso    who  Brlggs���������Do  you  world   is   divided  those  who horrov,  lend?  Griggs���������No. sir. My experience Is  Uiat two other classes aro much  morn prci'iilriit-���������Ihoso who want; to  borrow nnd. thoso who won't lend.���������  Life.  OF BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Thousands of mothers uso no other  medicine for their littlo ones but  Baby's Own Tablets. Once, a mother  has used the. Tablets she will use no  oilier " medicine*.* * Concerning them  Mrs. Geo.,, M. Binns, Clifford, Ont.,  writes: "Kudosed Iind ���������l\ven!y-five  cents for another box ,of Baby's Own  Tablets, as I would not bo without  them. When baby is cross and ailing  I give him a ta'blet or ..two--and he is  soon well and happy again. I know  of no other medicine lo equal them  .and find them far superior to "Castor  oil." "Tlie Tablets are sold by nTedi"  cine dealers cr by mail al 2o cents a  box from ihe Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  ���������  Birds That Shine In  That certain birds of prey are  sometimes luminous at night is a fact  well known to ob.servan'- naturalists.  It is explained by' tho presence on  their feathers: of the phosphorescent  spores of certain fungi that grow upon the trees ia which they roost. But  the Bulletin c the National Acclimatization Society of France records the  observation of a white swan that .was  luminous all,, night-from July to O'c-  tobe> of last year, while none of the  other birds that inhabited the same  lake could be se'e'ri" "after dark.���������St.  Louis Post-Dispatch.  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Cure  CARTER'S UTTLE  LIVER PILLS nrvar  (ail.   Purely  nble���������ract su  but gently on  the liver.  Step after  dinner  ���������  distress-  cure indiJ  geition���������improve the compleiion���������brighten  the eyes. Small Pill, Small Doit, Small Price.  Genuine musibew Signature  yJk  iUHMmUHHIIl  Envious  First British-'Workman���������I see-it  says 'ere r, wo'rkingman in France 'as  just*woke up "aht ov a trance larstin'  seventy-seven jays, an', though 'is  wife repeatedly called 'im by name,  'e was oblivious lo lho fac' that she  was there.  Second British Workman���������Marvelous! Wot a gift, 'Erb.���������London Telegraph.  The Bald Fact  The oVicar- Why   don't  you   comb  vour hair before coming to school?  The  Boy���������llaven'L^got  no  comb,  sir. " ,  -  The Vicar���������Why dan't you use your  father's comb?  The   Boy-���������Father  hasn't    got    no  comb, sir.  The  Vicar���������Well, how does    your  father comb his hair, then?'  The Boy���������Fathor    hasn't    got    no  hair. ,. ���������"''*,'  A ptnlvhtftravd rtasToBi  oScr [Irom u wUbllihul  knu. Tt. in ftTini ������������������r  TCnU-ifB to tiioouoda cf  ixopl* ������U 0-rer tb*  world   >���������    *    han  MTUtlMOUIlt.      Now  U root dune* to  obtain or*. Wrlto  now. encloilnit 15  emu for oo������ ot' our  'ulilo8������bl������ Ludlti'  )x>nff . Grttri"i, or  GmU' Alborts, unt  muttIu* nlil to wsu  ���������Kith lho natch, which  will U ilTen FrM  (Uum    WttfllM     ������ro  -nwr-uitMa ft" reM>>,  ohoold yoa Uko til>  tuted* ot oar ratrvol.  lom odor. - ttt expect too *��������� tell ram Iriendt  bbont ui and thow th������m tha Knotllul ������atch.  Doa't think thla offer too toot to bu trn������, bot tend  S5 cants to-dtir nnd rain a Ttm Watch. Yob  will ba amar.ed-TILLUMS I LLOYD, WhotouJ*  Jeweller! (Dopt. 14*), (#, CemwalUt Iload. London, H,  B Enilwd.  MotrmageaaaBaeoeaan  wmms  SOUPS  <~r.  Lj  *4t*  LIVING   ADVERTISEMENT  Glow  of   Henlth   Speaks  for  Postum  Boxep Buricti in Historic Westrrrinster  At a lectin-'.' on "The Chapels - of  Westminster,'' the lecturer surprised  his audience by stating ihat a,"'champion prizefighter was buried in tlie  abbey. Referring lo a man's arm on  one of the groups of statuary near  the north door of Ihr abbey, ho said':  "It was actually modelled from the  arm of a. verier at the abbey, named  John Burton, who was also champion  prize-lighter of Kngland. Burton  was the dean's voigcr, and he was  nsl'Crt on one occasion if he would  liko to he buried in tho abbey. Replying" in Ihe affirmative,. Burton  ashed .thai (ho fact should bo, Inscribed on his tomb that ho was  champion' prize-fighter of England,  and to this the, dct-n consented,  "When the time camo, however,  it was decided by, lho chapter that  the JiiBcrlptior. should be omitted, and  llioso who lumw where lo find Bur-  omb would, see on it mere'1)' a  space,"  Dancing at Berlin's Zoo  What would one of the largest of  the cities of the United Slates think  of going out to the zoo and dancing  iher'e until three o'clock in the morning? Yet this if; nothing unusual in  Berlin. 'There one., goes to. the zoo  To^dinTr^u*.a���������to-T]ance;���������The���������zoo~-is-  really a very delightful rendezvous  for-dining,-* especially in summer'1 the  music there is notably good.���������Spur.  The cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts "it within  reach of all, and it can bo got at any  druggist's.  ion s  blank  ��������� '���������   . ...i   n*  crllii-d  (he  wc  ',.*"   '-*  iihor, uud  ll'I'lO'l,  I'liiiully enough, that, I.o'iidon  It i'C(]iili*'*i* no iic'lenlliu*. training lo  discover whether ton and eolToo dia-  agree.*  Simply Btop both for a I lino and  mu> Posl win Instead, I hen nolo tho  beneficial effi cm. The irtith will appear.  "Six year,-* ago 1 was In i very bad  condition," wrlton ������ Indy. "1 uufl'ercd  from liuligcsliun, iioi'vouhiii.'mk and in-  Momnlii.  "1 wan ilien nn liivetrate coffee  ilrlnlii'i1, but il wuh long beforo i  I'liwld be |i(*i'F.'Jii<)i>iI i Iih I It wan coffoo  Ihat hurt nm. Klnnlly 1 decided t'������  leave it off ii few (Ja.vn nml fltiil mil,  the Irulli," (Ten in JiihI ii>* Injurious!  Iiecnui'io if coiiliilnn tlio kiinio drug,  cnll'i'llii!).  ���������The llri't, morning I left off coffee  I hud a rjinltiK headache, no 1 decided  I must Imvo mnncililng lo inl<o (hi'  place of coffee." I The headache wan  i*aii*--<*il b.v Un* reaction ,,f ,llfi onttoo  dni!i;"-ciiffi'lnf''i.  "Having In aid nf Por.iiiiu UiroiiKh  a frli'inl -.vl.o iiscd If, I boitglii a jiaclt-  itgc and tried ll. 1 did not Wie ll nt  llrsl but altor I lu'inu'il how in inulti"  II I'lghl, .ici'drillni-* to illt'ecilonn nn  imcliage, I would not change hnd! to  .JTi.fi    fni'   'ipvl l|||il������  "When li lK'Kiin Id iihc I'lmtiitn I  weighed only iii in.'. Now t wci-ih  ,1711 tm������J .'.'.>! .1 huvc- jmt. liikou any  u-i"i!<:Tn ilitil time 1 can only nttrlhuti'  my prf.'eiif 'food lieiillli *o the line of  l'oiitiim In liliicc of ciiffoe,  ���������'M.< i.ik.1,'111.1 iiivn l nm a llvlnr*  'idveriisi'inrnit  for  I'oHliiin,"  Name given by llm Ciiriinlliiii roa-  linn  Co.,  Wlii'li-or,  Out.  I'liHltim now coiiHH In I wo form**:  l"e(j.,l?ir   Posturr.���������munl    ho    well  j boiled,   inc. and 2rie puel'iii'CH.  InBtiint PoBtum���������In il nolublo powder. A t''iis*|.t'(>iifiil (1Ii*.si������1sih ipili'My  In n cnu of hot water and, vlth  I'lcani and i.'igtir, nifili':; a [Mlcloiin  bevei*ii|-i! itictai-itly.    'Ado. and fiO.: lint*.  The. cot-.t per cup of Iii'itli hinds la  aboiil. lin   f..'im������*.  "Tli'Tn's  ti  Heasiin"  for Pi'Minn.  ���������-������������������.olil liy nroeers.  Argentine Humor  On ' tho prairloR of Argentina,  where tho chief mode of travel is by  lion-'.'liiu'l-, Iho ranchers often make  use of the Span'sh expression, "com-  prur tlori'ti." The literal translation  of that phrase li "lo buy ground."  Tho South American  think thai when you  hoi'Ku you occupy the  you hind almost na if  and If you ma lie much of a hole In the  earth whero you tlrllte, ns you are  very likely 10 do'when you aro riding  a Jury Argentine mount, they ray  Unit you have bought Ihe ground and  begun lo dig llie collar for u iioiiHO.���������  Yonlh'H Oi'iiipnnlon,  rough riders  fall off your  ground where  you owned 11,  Near a  Decline  '   "I'm  rather  afraid'"Clara Vere  de  Vere Is going into a declino."  "Why  do  you think  so?"  "I'm going lo propose to  evening if I get a eliance."-  Goap problem* wired. jQutttHf  Clu-lrr doe* the wtirry-  Ing Mid the *wcrrk���������.  ' and -unure* Mtisfao.  tloft. - ii4   Order an Muortmeut. *'*timuia  loyps  ll-i&HDJ   ^  MMBIOT;  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS.  . Something belter than linen and bis  laundry Dills. AVnsli it with soap and  wator. All stores-. 01' direct. Stato style  and size. For *;Bc wo will mail you,  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,  Limited  58 Fraser Avenue,   Toronto, Ontario  her this  -Judge.  *100   REWARD,  1100 *   *  The readers of this paper -will b������  pleased to leurn that there Is nt least  one dreaded disease that flclcnco has  been able to cure In all itn staire.s and  that is Catarrh. Ilall'o Catarrh Cure la  the only positive euro now known to  tho medical rralernlty. Cntnrrh belti* a  constitutional disease, requires a oonstl-  mtloiiiil trenlmenl. Hnll's Catarrh Cure  il t"{'f- inlernullr. nctlnir directly upon  the blood urd mucous surfaces of*tho  Rvstem, thereby deHtroylnfi- tho found-lion of tlio dlseaHo nnd giving lho patient Htrenctli by building up u,0 constitution and nsslstliiR nature Iir dolnjr Its  work, Tho .proprietors havo so much  fiilili in I'm curatJvo powers that thoy  ?i7c.r , -n������,"Vn,J,<'<1 hilars for any cane  nit I falls to cure. Send for lint of tea-  Hinonl'i)*1.  AddreBB   V.   3    CI1ENRY   A:   CO.,   To-  r0,"'   9',  n*?"*0,.. bj;    n11    WnifiRlHtB,    75o.  Take   Hall'H   family   1'llls  for   const pal  HERBALIST  Five dollars guarantees delivery hy  registered post .Alver'u Threo Hours'  Tapo Worm Remedy. Never falls.  Painless. . Write Alvcr, 501 Slier*  bourno street, Toronto, Ont.*'  Recuperation  Often  Necensary  "So  you   favor  an  nbnoluloly  lion-  out, iiduilulHtn-.tlon of clly iiffalrr-'.'"  "Sure," replied IIdmj iMeNabh.  "Tlm!. in, for nwlillo, You cnu'I keep  inking il I'ro in the peoplo all lho  lime, Ydii'vi' got \o lot up now and  then and give llmiii 11 chance to get  '���������onio more."���������\Vnnliliignn Blur,  The MitglK'.rnto (to Mi*h. O'Scnp)  ���������Pon't you think you nr.d your Iiub-  Imntl could , llvo togc'thcr without,  fighting".'  MrH, O'Scriip--No, year 'Annor;  thai In, not ,iippl)y.'---Rket(:h.  The Palm Tree of Capri  I knew a palm 'tree upon Capri. It  stood in select society of shining llg*  leaves and lustrous oleander**.' It overhung tho balcony and so looked, far  overleaning, down upon the bluo Med-  ilerranean, Through tbe drenm mlsto  of Southern Italian noon������ it looked  up'the broad bay of Naples and saw  vaguo Vesuvius melting away, or at  sunset the isles of the Sirens, or In  the full May moonlight tho oranges  of Sorrento. And from the- Sorrento  where Tasso .was born It looked  across to pleasant Posilippo, where  Virgil is buried, and lo stalely Isclila.  The palm of Capri saw all that wag  fairest and most famous In tho bay  of Naples.���������George William Curtis.  Madge���������-Have you really found that  absence makes tho heart grow fonder?  MnrjorlP-"-Indec<i 1 have! Since  Charlie went uw-Viy l'vo learned to  love .lack ever so much more.���������Lip*  j'lncoU'H.  Minard's  clanu.  Liniment  used  by  Pliyal-  "And when you wero abroad on  >our honeymoon trip did you visit Iho  iuilncc of pence nl. Tlio Hague':"' nuked the girl friend of Ihu bildo Just  home from iil-rond,  "Oh, yerr,'' wiit- ilie reply, "We had  dill'      Ill'Kl  SiuU'sniun.  (���������iiiirn'l   ���������'lliert'."���������YonlK-rB  No Correct Way  ITcHim ni inn loin  1./    '.)}'.!   '.'.ill'    l!'l*  Former  Ihi     1.1.11}  ('iiovacli'i*  lion:  "I  fell  about,  much   as  tlio  ncro!*-'*- 11 '*i'(" I;  lold  him.  Ui'.'i  qualle creek.   Jle nuked  Mm    iiclglihorliofJil  how  iiiii-i 111-  !>!i'*''!ln,';  of  a  cei'inln  piihllc  ijiicr-  llmt f|ui*Htiiui vory  mini did who camo  v l.Ich, iih hoiiio one  "illll'll    lill".     n.l.ilulM.iu-  i resident of  they ftpelloil  tlmt nunm. Tlio unlive said: "Somo  t'pcllH if one wny, nnd hoiiio iiiielli-i ll  miolltcr, but In my Judgment tliero  uln't any ct'irect way of upolling it,'  "niiiirle.i feeiiitt to lie very evad-  Jin"," finld a fund mamma lo the deiir  'gill  who  "Aa-*  dici-'.-iIni*  for  (he  weil-^  ill ug.  "S("t(r liilit'l, m.ininiii," raid iihe  hwectty, "they aro hi:i liigt wImIio**."  -���������Llpplneolfrt Magtizln-*.  'I'se one tcaspoottfiil or Mils cocoa.  In hot. wfiler every day. 'J ho can will  last thirty dayh"  "llui: sup'em*    lliero'***    company,  .iiilpmi.1-?"  "Well, ihcij. of course u-srt more hot  water."���������Kllegondo lllfttter,  "What Is thnt army officer who Iind  charge of Ilia oiilislinonta doing on  sick leuvo?"  "Sllll working on hiu joh."  "IIow'h Uiat'.1"  "Ho is renrnlllng hjfl iiealth."������������������ Bill*  11 moro Amei'liun,  No man or woman should 'hobhlo  painfully about becniiBo of corns  when so certain a rc-IIef In at hand  in llollowiiy's Corn Cure.  "I hoard that ijibb'B is pressed by  IiIr tailor."  "l'rohubly that Is v;hy his troiifiors  lifivcn'l hoon lately. "--1-lillfnlclphlft  Ledger.  Mlnnrd'a  Friend.  Liniment,    Lumberwinn't  .  "What Ih the  hi'd way lo  tench  young people to develop?"  "Clot 'em u, Job In nomo Root] jihoti).  graph Biillovy.''--Hiiltiinoro Ainci'lcan.  What is 'Good Tea7  One day a woman asked her grocer if he had  any '(rood' tea.   The grocer replied:  Red Rose Tea "is Good Tea"  There you have the origin of our modest slog-in���������tho  reason i'or ii. Red Rose is a blend of tiie best Indian  and Ceylon teas. That's why all qualities of Red Robc ;iro  famous for rich strength as well as delicacy of flavor.  In I lb, and M lb. load  packages at 40c., 60c. nnd  tlOc.���������also in tins ot il llw.  and larger,  N.B.���������Coffe-p 'iKr*. ^ill find Red  Rom Coffee ot ccneroiuly %wn'.  mi Red Ro������ Tm, 434  ���������Afuvan, '"*i:**rm,-eii*Jhts*  (/���������/  y-K rrc^r^gr-v?- j*-*-*'-* --g**  NOTICE ia hereby piveu tlct application will be made to tlio Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor . by /"wholesale upon  the pr-fimisea Bituaf*������l on Lot 8, lilook 15,  Cumberland Townsite, Cumberland, B. C  CIA LI MUSSATTO.ApplJoii.-t.  Dated this 1st day of October 1913..,  , NOTICE ia hereby given that on the first  <luy of I) io-n'ier uest application will "be  made to the Superiuteud<;i;t of Provii.cial  Police, Victoria, fenhe renewal of the ho-  ,tel license to soil Hquors- by. retail iii tie  hotel known as the L irne hotei, situated at  Comox. B.C. Geoeqe M. Barlow J  '    D-xtcd October 1,-1913..'     .        '  ���������Mt-iW ��������� *tai*KAm^LJmU<tSn*S*JC&(i]Kff1 ^ym  WE  KBWg,   CUMBEBLAKD,   BaiTISH  COLUMBIA.!  "**^SSSS35(iWw:  y  NOTICE is hereby given that on,'tl'e  lirst day of November 191.--, application  will "be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a rene--.-al of the  whjle->ale liqu ir license upon tlie premises known ai Lot 24, .Subsection 1, Nelson District.  I'lUSKNEIl lll'KWINC*  COMPANY.'  D.ited October 1st, 1913  riuN STEAMSHIP GOT  of British Columbia, Ltd,���������  NOTICE is hucby Riven ihat on the  fir t thy of Decen-bor nexuipplit-at"oujvil  be made to the Supe intendui.t el Provincial Police, Vict.iii 1, f.."ra.raieyal of the'  livtei iiceuse'to sell liquors'by retail ii  line.hole! known ai, the Union hot'l. Bit-.  uato at' Uujon, B.C. . Jo'ux N. McLkod  Da-.id tho Ist day of October, 1913 . '���������  NJTlCE is'lionby Viv n that, 611 the  first day of I) oember next, applioaton wil]  be nude toilteSnperintoudentof Pr.A'iriciai  Police, Victoria, for the reuew'alof "the hotel license to sell liquors by retail io olie  li ntel known as the Uvtroide hotel, sitiivee  at Coiuteuay, 15. 0. 0. H. Fkcuneu '  DitedOiifco'oor 1, 1013. ���������        '    "  NOTICE h nereby Riveu thai; on the  first day of Dtcember next application will  be made to the Su-jeriuteiident <t Provincial Police, Y'Ltoiii*, for the reno-.-.sloft.be  hotel license to 6' II liqu ts by i-etailin tin  hot 1 know as tho IVihoa hotel, situated  at Unioi Bay B.C. ,  Al.i-'ltKI) lt.Vl'KR IIoilSK  Dated October 1, 1913.  , NOTICE b Hereby given   tnat on   th-  ���������3'fit Any of December mxt applicatini wil.  be matin to the Superii.ter.de it iuf Piovin  oial Police, Victoria, for the renewal of 'In  ho*-il h'eeu.-e ioeoll liij-iois by rttnil 11 tin '  ho ,"1 kuo-vu as Uh NoUon hotel; sitiu'e ,  at'" Onion Bay, B.C.    ..       Johx Fiiasek.*  Dated October Is', 1913.  y       TilES.'S.COW.IOIIAA'   WILL SAIL AS U.N DER  ;      Cojcox^Union Bay���������Nan a i mo -Vancouver���������Rodtr  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. 111  .Tuesday ri p, m.  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. m... .Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  '��������� For Deuinan Island, -Nanaimo,and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday, 8 pm  For Nanaimo/'Uniou Bay and Comox.  Subject to change without notice.    ..  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev**ry convenien'-'e for guests.  The Cential Hot*.l for Sportsmon  None bul tlm Uest of Wines and Liquors  At the liar.  flATES  IllOil  J.   N".  e  McLEOD  . PEOPEIETor,  English 4 k BUEtTON always ou tap .- also," the famous MILWAUKEE  BKER5���������Anhenser, lltrbeciian, Sehlt?, &c. "OLD GREY BKARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  The tfeardtng and Lodging Deportment, under the immediate superintendence  will be rouid First class in every respect. .  BATES,  spi 00 per day and Up  &3&BSS3S&BS  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  BUTTON'!  EED  for jfarden rand farm ore bos t  forlJ-CsoilSeo Catalogue-* ior  solid rfuarantoo of purity  and germination.  Send now for Copy free  Sutton SSons.Thp Kind's Soedmon  R������a-Jin^Enj[lancl  A.J.Woodward  Vicrono     JV      Vancouver   >  619 rorr sr. 6G7Grnrivlllo8*-  MIC AGENTS COR BRITISN COLUMBIA  *-... I'm ���������mm  . Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors N:\NAlMO,' B. C. ���������  Don't   forget   to" place   your  INtxt order for printing wiih us.  C. H TARBELL*  .HIGH GRADE STOVES  } Ami nil KITCHRN .".UTENSILS  5   , --,  ���������  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  11 lSf'V������^M)^^t^i������Si*V-*lMM*]  Wood'o Pliospliodlino,,  . Tlm Omit Knot Mi   Ilemnlu,  'J'oniw und invli'i'i'iumliu w'liolu  jHirvoui* Hy������tr.iiii  niimoii. imw  "lll-.-iilln old Volim, IMroi Arrr  o������'i Dehtniii, Mrutnlaml Itrtttt'i Worm, Hn  NOTICE  ESQUIMAU & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  1 Every conve)^ance from the  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Rlvv ay  Company, ' not already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May,, 31st,  next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act Amendment Act,   1914."  L. H. SOLLY,;  Land Agent  )ilulii pkir. 011 roi  miftal-Jm'. The  liyn  uil nt.  IZ  mv'.ii iVitiC.iiiit'  pi. (if 11  > Wood  riurifl..-.. -,,-.  ii'li'd,  Krw pimr-kM  Modlclno Co.  Toronto, Ont  ������������������***������.  Summer montlw nre BOVKIL  monilii. AcupofBOVRIL  with a biscuit gives (ill  neceiiary nutriment when  meat it not relished.  Try a little BOVRIL. in your  onned meati.  BOVRIL  1  n  NOTICK  *    Any portion or pyrnonn, (tutting  I'oiiioving or tal'inp; any l-hickp,  timlxir or wood, of any doMsripliodn  )olotigliig to tlio. Wellington Col-  dory Oo'y., or from or off tlio hind  of tlio fiiu'd Ooiiipany, or imyonu  tipping rubbish of any dcsflriptlon  unywhero upon tJic company'*1  lnn.1 ������*ill Im* pv(V{>(M!t'"l tn tltc full  fc'.VU'JltoJ ll/ol.'lH'.  J. It. L(KJKA.Itl),  r Goiioral MniingcM*,  Colliery Oo,y.  Noiidis'."  Hiding on locnmotivoH and   rail  way curs of  the   Union  f!o]liery  Company by any pornon  or por-  j 3onu--oxc������pt lain crew   L strictly  IprohiMtod.    Kmployoofl  rro sn1>-  ' ioc t<������ frfipniifpal (or allowitig pain-  ���������Ily ordor  J. U.   LOOKARI),  General Mauau* .  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.  NOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVEN that  the reserve, the notice of which appeared in the K. C. Gazette on the. 27th d.iy  of December, 1907, is cancelled in so fur  as it relates to the following .parcels of  land:���������the \V. 1 2 of the S. E. 1-4, the  S. \V. 1-4 and the S. 1 1 of the N. \V.  i-4\\_estof the river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4, the S. E. 1-4 of (the S. W. 1-4  and t.he N. E 1-4 ui .Section 5: the S.  1-2 of the S. E. 1 4 in Section S; the SE.  1-4, Ihe S. W. t-4 and the E. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Section 16; and the E. t-2  of .ihe h. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Sayward District, and  the N. E. 1 4 of the N. E. 1-4 in Sac-  tion 32; the N E 1-4 of the S \V 1 4 and  the NAV 1.4 andN 1-2 of the N E t-j. in  Section 33; the N i-2 of the N������\V 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E1-4 in Section  34; and the S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  Sayward District.  The said lands will be open forentry by  pre-emption on .Monday, the 18th day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications  to bu made at the  office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver."  No Pre-emption   Record shall  include more tnan 40 acres of land except in cases where it is desirable to it*...  elude small fractional" portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which cc>n  nection may be obtained from plans'   on  view at the abo've mentioned Agency.  R. A. REN WICK  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department, Victoria, Ji.   C,  February nth   1914.  the 10th day of  J urn-  was      appointed Ad-  ;    LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.    ,'  NXiTJCE IV hereby "given  th<H  one      month from dale,  applicalion will be' made to tlie  Superintendent of Provincial pol  ��������� co for a license for ihe-eale of  liquor hy wholesale in and upon  the 1 > reraises sit ia led in "the town  of   Courtenay,-B. C.  known and  described.as Lois 30 and 31,  Sec-  tion[6l.,  Dated tlutj loth day of   April,  1914.  ;��������� UNION BREWING COMPANY  -' Ltd.  Conrad Reiki,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the IbI day of December next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for lenewal of tho hotel liconcc  to sell liquor by retail in the hotel  known as tno. MalaBpina Hotel,  i uate at Lund, in the Province of  llritish Columbia.  Oalcd thii" 8ib day of October,  1913,  FRED THULIN  Applinanl  IN TIIIfli COUNTY  COUUT^OF  NANAIMO IIOLUEN AT  CUMHERLANI)  IN   THE   MATTEH   of ThomiiR  Hniiili, drcearoil, Into-Mato. who  ditid in Noleon  Dint net on April  2(khl.   ,  AND  IN THE MATTER.of f lio-'Onirlal  Adminictriitore Aol "  ���������TAKK NOTICE thai by ordor  of Ilia Honor' Jud^o Murker, made  tho Atli day of Novumbir HM.'Mwmh  appoiiilod ndminiBlntorof the J(>-  lalo of the abovo mentioned de  cciif-d, and ttllj parlloa bavirn*  oli������lni.iJni?n*JnHt tbo ������nM pptnto nn-  h ur rtinh same,  propoily verified, to me on or before tlui LUh day of December,  Jl)l������. ANDallpartifsMndobti'dto  sa d ������ntate, nro reipiired to pny thn  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  NOTICE iri hereby given that,  on the 1,4 dny of December noxt,  ���������'ppltontion will bo m;nl������ to tho  SiiperinleridiMil of Provineinl Pol ���������  ice for renown 1 of lho hotel liconco  ������o Hell lii|Uor by ictni) in the hoiel  known im.tho Willow-" Hotel, Hitu-  nio at Cnmpl'oll Rivor, in the Province of UriiiHbColumbii,  Dated this ,8th dny of October,  1913.  CHARLES THULIN  'Applicant  NOTICK  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOLDKN AT  NANAIMO.  IN TIIE MATTER OF   Henry  Richardson Shultz, deceased-,  in-  te-jtate, late of   Strandby, Rupert  Distriot, B, C.  ��������� J ' '.AND  IN THE MATTER of tbe <'Oir-  cial Administrators Act," ������������������*���������  V**  TAKP NOTICE that, by order of His Honor Jttdije L.-.rker,  made on  li)U:  I.  ministratoi1 ot the Estate of th������-  above-mentioned deceasi:d, tied all  parties having claims against tin-  said estate are hereby required tc  furnish saine, properly vorilied, to  me on or before the 15th day of  July lyi-t. AND . all par.  ties indebted to said estate, are required to pay the amount of their  indebtedness to me  forthwith.  Dated  this 10th  day of June  19U.  W. WjvSlkv WiIlaru,  Olliciul Administrator,  Cumberland, Ii. C.  OVKX 65 YCARST  CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.  ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under the sea  fronting on Nelson and Newcastle Districts, notice.of which  appeared in the B. 0. Gazette  on the 6th clay of January, 1910,  is cancel led.  . It. A. Rk'nwick,.  .Deputy Minister of Lauds.  Lands Department,   Victoria,  B. C, 23rd June, 1914.  .  LAND REGISTRY   ACT.  ^JN THE MATTER of au Ap-  plication for  a fresh  Certifica1*  of Title,, to   Section   5   Comox  District. "r  NOTICE is hereby given o\  my,intentiou at tlie expiration of  one Calendar month from the  first publication hereof to is.Siie a  fresh Certificate of Title in lien  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Bcecroft Ussher Lr-  con on the 3rd day of September  1891, and numbered 12567 A,  whicli has been lost.  DATED at the Land Regis-  try Office, Victoria, IJ. C, tlr's  23rd day of June 1914.  S. Y, Wootton  Registrar General of Titles.  LIQUOR  ACT, 1910  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the iiiuth day ol May next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the granting of a license  for the sale of liquor by retail iii  nud upon the premises to bc con  structed iu accordance with the  plans and specifications to be filed with the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, and to be  known as the Pier Hotel, and to  be situate nt or near the govern  tiieut wharf at Royston, Nelson  District, British Columbia, upon  the laudi; described as Lots 20  nud 21 in Block Iv of the Subdivision of part of sections 4, ard  fi A.  Dated this ist day   of   April,  1914.  IIakky Iimkns,  Applicant.  ���������Trade Marks  ���������.,D..*?',r.NS  COPYKICHT'S &.C.  Anycno sending! r, r/cetctannd Cc1cripti.11: nn������  quickly Mtortain ri;ir ������l.'nion friM ������ Niin.: .-iii '-  lOTsmlon lsprohuWy r''t,-i*":i,'l*. Co*- niu-.i-i,  ttonsRtrlctl*rROiilldentl:i!. HAsiliBP'r! on ������.>j  tout tree. Otilc-rt npency lor ���������*'.���������. a   v ���������.;   lis.'   '  Patwu1 taiati tbrouiih Slui.i i v . i������.-;./8  iptcialnotice, withoutiW.e, iufoo .  Scientific Bmttim.  A hendsomoly lllu.i;ra:������<J -.vupv-:-'.  Larwt   '-  miatioa ol any gclontitic JoiuaeU.   Vvri-lii ��������� ;  a^n^aV^^VMws^aU*.   t:;'?'"1". '  MPN & Co.383Br������to"* New Vork  ��������� Branch OOee. C!5 V St, \v^bt"4oo. O."  NOTICK  SKA LED  "Tender  N'o. 8 Mink Scudoi..  TENDERS,' supci-jjcrilwd  r for. No. 8 .Mine TJicoiy  uill lie received by the. HonouiMble tiie  .Minister of I'tiblio VVosks up to nofu" c'  I'licsdny, tlie tf-th d.iy of May 1914 for  the erection and C'*i*"ii)l<vion of a '*-.  room school-house at No. S Mii.c, C 1 ������������������-  berlriiid,'iii the Crr.'O!- H.'eetor;ii D'Sti'/rt.  Flans, specriiicatio;:^, v..*i:vi;u:i ,ipt  firms ot tender may bc been on and af-  t r the ��������� ist day of "'.i-.y,  t o 1 4,        at        the      office      of  ���������*��������� "���������*���������    n  Mr. ].-Baird, Goveinn.ent Ajjenj, Cumberland, H. C; Mr., A. J. Si iber!.!-.--;,'  Secretary of the School Hoard,. '2: .iiber-  land; H. C; and llie Dcputiincnt". cf  Public Works, Victoria    '   ' ->  By application 10 die uudcrsi������"*."ii.  contractors may obtam 0 cc.py of 1.1^  plans and spccificntiot'.s for. the t-uir cf  tendollars ($10), \Uiicli will be refunded  ���������in returning s.ime m^ood ordtr.  Each piuposal must be accompi.n.c:'  by an'accepted bank chei'pic or certificate ofdeposit on .1 chartered haul: cf  Canada, made*payable to the Honout-  ible the'Minister of Public Works, for a  -un., equal to 10 jer cciil of the tender,  which shall br* forfeited if the party fn-  derim- decline u: ente; into ooir.iac*.  .vhen called ujjpn to do so, or if be I nj  11 complete tlie . wiik cuti'.'-riciod for.  I he i liecjiies im ccfiificate1-:   of <'��������� _)o^it of  ��������� 1 \.i ui iju"-*.-  tu ihc-n upon tlie execution rif Caz  contract.  Tenders will not l>e considered unless  nade out on the forms supplied, signed  ������������������villi the actual signature of ihe tenderer and emloicd in the envelopes fum-  ishcd.  The lowest or any tender not necessar  ily accepted.  j. e. okii-titm;  Deputy Minister and J'ublc Woiks  Enifitieer; Department of Public Works,  Victoria, U. C, April 28,1914.  my6 nv id  MADE IH C^M;)A  %  f'    "d  CHEMICAaY PUSS,  Canadian Government test.-.  show wo havo the ptircctj  arid lilf-licststrength ;;i'ods.  (JJIIctt'o Ifl u.icd by the jj ti  best Hnkcrs and Catcror?i ������ 'f  everywhere.   Costa no tfh1)  moio than "ie litfarlor ij {��������� fi  adulterated Ic'rida.        ���������*'/  ijpri  'i" \-'k  nui loranio, vmi. .W ���������'-'J  E.W.C1!1ETTC0.;LTJ,  Toronto, Onl.  H������ywnril"Lunl l)in riot  ' T������l������t Iuf  nf ������.*j-,.M.r.t  TAKB NOTIOK  tlml ,T.ibH.i 1) ,rr of.  17|i|wr Vfilili'/. Mnnil, ll C, tconpiniou,!     Violin  StriliRS,  Tnlkiup- JJlfl-  fiirnipr, Jnfc n<in to iipuly for |n<riuin loi cliincnccdU's ������nd Victor Records  t.������ pnriilHtno tlio following .louriloA Inn.k  ,. }|1 ^ ftt t]|(J ^^ ^^  oimtof llytuintli Lake, on line of P.I! I,, \  ..���������..������������������.���������.,  ..���������������������������-.. ������������������...,.m  Oliiin No. 171, tlii.uoito.1 HniiiiN wort i-, rt������;wiNG   MACHINKS    UK-  Hlioro n( IftKC* j Uioiiua iilur.K h 0 0 i.f hl������*,  in   11 floutli-t'iutorly ('.iniition,  ftrtii tu������n [  ciiii'iH  to the IntflrHooiInn of -Atiitl'uo   " "~-  of fuatla Doer Pre- mptlon} tlioiice tun h      Tho Stufjor Aj^fiit   is   .trotnid  n mount of  thoir  fmlobtotlnorfl  loton preemption Imc t-n ohuu 1 to point of every li'tontlt,    Leave your  or-  ��������� fo,l!'Ivflh' ������ muuu,,,M,,t l ,i",ul"i"'1 ,lvo lB1 (l.-nni the V'limberlnnd   News  > it-lliM I UH   (lay of  Novom  Coolk's Cotton Root CoT/jtfitml  Tlm flrent I'tcrlue Tonl*.;, 1.1..I  only ���������'������������������.'���������! <.���������:'" Mill I'lui''.)"  JUiifiuulotonnliiri* v'j.iwnutrt  dujiciu, I'olu In iiii'.fi iU-"-r- ���������  Of Hl|vil(Tl|--Ni.. '. fi .   .' '���������   ...  Y-iAtii'riviKUiiiu'.iiv, \'i; to.  tor k|i*.-iriiil t'l'-wn, A"i 11." Mif.  <V)M li/ i.ll 'li'i.'i'ih'a, or ),^ ,r  jiwimlil mi  ti'i". it. c>" i.r1"-  ,.     titio|r.miilil(jt.   ut*' '���������"���������'' ���������   t.tJ  HMMioiiiiMiCd-Toeii'-Ttj, ty!:;. 'Mfi'-'-t '���������������������������'��������������������� :  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������0������>t<)-*<.������/.>Avi  J  l������er, 11)1.1  )  O.Ti 'in 1 Ail in inii'trui or,  Cunilit-rlnfiil, 11. ('  itcroH,  JUSTIN l������0ltll       "fli,,c*i a,u' ''"-'y w''* ',e 'ttteiuUd  Smu .( Applumit to promptly when the   ajjeiit nr-  lU'cl Mny 27th, IDI'  rivr-s in town.  LOOK OUT?  Cor the Milk -.������������������nnun  with ihe Ciyii'U \U)\  I'RKSH VJ'.V   \**'I^  'i'ARMrutiprcj:  Our Mill* is t!;v proilucl  of Ihe Host Im \ Ct-.vh  VRV.SU    MH.K  Delivered i-i-'irnIn;* *** m ���������.���������)���������!' >  ��������� I. 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Rainsford, onco  the rector of St. George's, described  an African sunrise, as lie noted it, ih  the "blue-black African night back -of  Mount Kilr.-.angnvc." He explained  how tlio first blood red shaft of. day-  night shot over the peal-; -nnd stained  iho clouds back of Uie. mountain.  "Impossible as it may seem," lie  said, "that red stain dripped down and  not up and sproacl toward the horizon. It spread right and left until the  mountain stood out in a dreadful sil-  lioutto. Then came the steaming mists  of the morning, and at lirst red and  then pink and ihcn silver/ aud then  sullen they covered the mountain after the dawn nud it was though it had  never been. Nowhere but in Africa.  Nowhere elac!"-���������Nfw York World. ���������  LONDON'S  HUGE TRAFFIC  CHiLDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WBNSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY   MILLIONS   Or   MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS!  ���������toell  rONIC  post oa  re-  com'  j Quit; Correct.  j"  He   wiik one of  those    iiKiiiisitiVf-',  loquacious strangers who, not content  : with telling you all ofthoir-doinss und  j achievements,   insist   on   learning till  I your secrets.  i    And poor Jones found himself alone,  with the nian in the compavtmeut of a  railway'Train which ran without a stop  from Crewe'to London,  lla'viii!*,  asked  countless    questions  ruing his fellow-traveller's busi-i  iiess.and the object" of-his journey, the  Tcaclier~-Toniuiy,    eat.    you  fur?.  Tommy���������Vos. ma'am.    K-u-r.  Teacher���������That's riftlit.   Now. .Johnny., can you tell mc what fur is?'  Jcihnny���������es,    ma'am.    Fur , is  awI'iil long distance to go.  an  ALVER'S NERVE  Hundred    capsules  lis  .tcivlug two    ollars;    cure    Nervous  nc-ss,  He'idaciies,  Neuralgia. Ulietiina-jstranger began to make iiuiuiry about  lisni,     Sola lieu.     Write,    Alv'er,   501 i his family.  .. A Master of Good Englis'n  If Mr. Wiison never1 did anything  else, than set; the standard for terse  logical tutei-a-.ices on public affairs in  the* slrongjo'd of blithering "eloquence,' ho would have deserved well  of '. .e American ��������� peoiile.���������Montreal  Star.  Electric   Railways   Company   Carried  1,100,000,000 Passengers in Year  Astonishing figures '', regard to  London's traffic were given by Sir  12dgar Speyer at the amui'vl meeting  of the Underground Electric Railways  Company..      " "'.  During last year tho. companies-  controlled by the Under}round Electric earned ������31,832,500, and carried a total ot" 1,100,000,000 pass-  engers at'an average of 2.8 cents" a  passenger. Their payroll .-.mounted to  over $11,750,000 and they spent"more  than $7,815,000 on improvements.  They employed "27,000 men.  Oiil of tho total of passengers the  London   General   Omnibus   Company  carried "S0,000,000, and it*s gross pas-,  scnger oariiii'.RS were *?1(j',000,000.*       |  During the meeting regrets were ex  pressed for the absence of Albeit. II  Stanley,      iho    managing    director  llii-ough illness. ,Sir HobcrL Porks said J  Ihat  as   far  as  the  question  of  tin  American .manager was concerned, if  the (Jrem Hastem Railway were to be j'  as   successful   with    Henry   William!  Thornton as*    the    Underground had j  been with Stanley, the former would  have  nothing  lo  regret.    Sir  Edgar  Speyer  thereupon   pointed   out  that  {Stanley was an Englishman, born in  Derby, and added: "It is true that he  spent u great deal of his life in America,'but,  unlike i\liv Thornton, he is  not a  true-bred  American."  Horse Sale Distemper  You Unow that what you sell or buy through the sales haa  about one,,chance in fifty to escape SALE STABLE DISTEMPER. "SPOHN'S" is your true protection, your only  safe&unrd.-for as sure as you treat all your horses with It  you ..wilt soon be rid of the. disease. H seta as a sure preventive, no matter how ihey nre "exposed." At all goo4  diussrists.      .  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO.,  Chemists  and   Bacteriologists,  Goshen." Ind.,   U.S.A. .  'jh-.'rinounie, Toronto,  Ontario.  THE NEW FRENCH ITEM EDY. Nol. No2.N.3.  Usedin l-'rcT.ch  Hospitals -with  jre.-it success, ci.'iirs chronic v.taksims. lost vigor  Si  VIM, I.IDNSV.   BI.AOOKR. DlbBISCS.  Bf.OOD   POISON.  ���������pir.Es.  EiTHf.K no. pnuooisrsor mmi. 51. i>usi' 4 cis  I-UL-GliS.". I.'.), B"J. tthEKMAN SCNKW \ORK Of I.VMAN DIlllS  TOKON 10.    WHITE TOR FREE BOOK TO DK. IX Cl.ECC  Mf-.D.co.ilAVBBfrocitKli.llAMi's-ri'.Mi. !.o:iiio:i. Esq.    _���������,.,,. r-,.r,,���������  \,n,,.n  e,,,. ���������  ,,,������������������i.   .,,,1   ,v,���������  TiiYMrwQit^GEBitAPTFxi.ssiroKMoi.* E.w io *na i^^"J Horn tiotiic ior a \\'eel-., and. my  S������:E .'..'ID , ...... . .-  LASTING CI.-RS.  SEIi THAT T1ADR   MARIir.D  WOK 11   ' 1 ItirRAPIO:!" I*!  ON  san.covi'.siAM? Ad-Priro ro all CKrjuiNEPACMiis.  "Well, if you really want to know,"  said the exasperated Jones, "I'll tell  you. 1 have a wife and live children  but I've never seen one of them."  PATENTS  Vet hers-ton lia ugh & Co., head office,  Kin!.*; street east.  Toronto, Canada.  A Trip to the  Arctic Regions  A uutnmer trip to Uie Arctic to seek  ��������� sjold and'sport is being planned , in  London. The promoters.offer to take  passengers for four months at $1,000  each, including- meals, with the right  to shoot one polar bear, oiu seal, one  walrus, two musk* ox, one- wolf and  two white  foxes.  The main object of the expedition  is to seek gold in Baffin. Land; where  mrggets���������-yhich���������are���������.vai H n h���������to������������������bo-  picked up'may  be  found..,  The ship  ���������will be fitted wiih electric light, .private cabins .v.-ith halhs, cte.**T'he provisions include fine wines nnd-spirits,  I'-gars, elf".  "Never seen one of ilicm?" began  tiie stranger.    "Hut���������but���������"  '���������I tell you I've never seen one of  them,"  repeated  Jones.   ��������� "I've    been  youngest kiddie was born yesterday."  An Irishman who bad como to New  York was met at Ellis'Island by his  brother Mike. The latter undertook  to show Tat the sights of .the big  ciiy, pointing out the City Hall, Trinity church, and the iall buildings.  Al length they camo to Chinatown.  Pointing tc ��������� a Chinese ' laundry,  Mike exclaimed ��������� "Look at that sign,  Pat! Sure,,an' ye never saw tbe like  of that iu Ireland!    Can you read it?"  '���������'���������so," replied ,Pat; "but, begorra. if  I had nio flute here I could play it."  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing is  caused by irritaUon in the respiratory  passages and is the effort to dislodge  obstruct ions that como from inflammation of the niusciniH numbrano.  Treatment with Dr. Thomas' Kclectric  Oil will allay the inflammation and in  conscritiencc the cough will cease.  Try if, and you will uso no other  preparation for a cold.  Very aul was a description of llie  wilds of Mayo glvui by an Irish jar-  vpy. Ilo had iwo passengers with  him, nne of whom lived.In a very rich  Rrai-iiig district. Ilo was astonished  at the bleak, miserable aspect oi" the  country they were passing lltrougli,  ami so began (|iu*stioiiing the driver  as to its quality, powers of-production and what it would feed to lho  acre.  "Well, sir." rcplli-.il the driver, "it  might feed a hare to the acre In sum-  iiier, Iml in llie -.���������.Inter she would hnvo  to run for lier life."  FEELS LIKE  NEW  Piles Cured In C to 14 Days  Druggists  rcli-Jiii*     money    if  * PAZO  OINTMENT  frr.il"-    to    cure    Itching.  Blind,   Bleeding   or'  Protruding  Piles.  4-Mi'-st-Tapi)lisatio.'4-gi.v.es_rcdiaf r.llc,   Stiyc'.-: by Lightning  Neatly describes the celerity if  Putnam's Painless Corn'and Wart Ex  tractor. ��������� Removes a wart, takes off a  callous, roots out a corn without  pain, in tweiriy-four hour,-;. When  you use Putnam's Painless Corn and  Wart Kxlraotor, there is no scar, no  bum, no loss of time. Satis-faction  guaranteed with every X>c bottle of  Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart lOxr-  I raclor.  Tre,( Easiest Way  -What  is  the   casie;,t   way   to  x  nail  without  smashing    my  lingers ?  Josephine���������Hold   the    hammer  both bands.���������Ohio Sun Dial.  Joe-  drive  in  A school teacher complained lo Ihe.  principal the other day that one of  tho big boys was flirting outrageously  with the music teacher, who camo In  onco'a day. The principal spoke severely lo tlio ckiss and ended by saying  flint out of consideration for the feelings of the culprit*, he would not. name  bini in public At the close of (he  session, -however, he  tlie principal's office  view.  Yes, ynvi guessed '  the oli-irK showed up  was to come to  for an infer-  All tlm boys in  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural  gia,  Ks Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Dispelled  Backache, Headaches  und Dizziness.  T-icnm, Ohio.���������"! would ho very un-  pjr������tcfitl It I fnili'd to Kivii Lyilia K,  ' ,*���������. ���������,j.i m.i.*.*rrr-[irrrr--ri Plnklium'd  V-JgotB-  hie Com-'ound Ihi  praltio it 'l.'vinrv'ij,  for l lui*--.' tak������n it  nt fliflVivnt limes  arid it alvvay.i ro  liiived m'������i w li e n  oilier mi-rl icine ������  failed, and whon I  ln'ar u woriiBn complain I always roc-  onintcndil. Lam winter 1 wan attacked  with u sfverocr-,**-- of or^auli: wonlcnrM.  I hml tmiikftt'hc, 1'nitu in my lips ami  nvsr my kli-l'i'-y''. Iif-ariii'tli*?, diw-iii-'s.*?,  iMffitutitfi hail no energy, l\m\jH ached  anu 1 wim ai������**.���������������* li...!. T ,. I,.*.:"/  aliisi u Hu u.y !iMi.iov.*'irV. I \\i\A t\A:cx\  Lydia IC Pinl'hnm'ii VfRi-iahl.- Corn-  pounil on ono olhflr oocaHiim. knil it hnd  li"lpi'il trie vi 1 tuuk it ti|{uiii diul il iu*..t  luiilt ni������ up, until now I (c>A lik-' u n**v/  r ...l'    You Imvi* mi h-Ttrrv vunni'iit  to uie my nntihi and iMtuuoinai in any  way nrt<l I hop" it will li-nii'tit ������nn"i*������riji(?  v/om-*n."-Mr������, < mm A Tew n-:**, I'M ti.  WayiifSl., Pl'iuift, Ohio.  Wormm who art* BtirTTin^ from dmo  diitr'HiiiiK HI** 1'fculiar to tlu-ir ���������*������������������������������������<  flhotjliinot'lotihl thn aliility-r I.yd'a K.  1'ittkhani's W^lnhlu Compound to r..-  r'.'W,. trurir iicaiUi.  If vou want ���������<��������� ���������*������������������������������ IuI a*lvl������-'  \\r\ii Ut l.yillft I". riiiUliaiH MimJ-  IfiiM" i'o., (fon(liloii<lul) Iiynn,  Ma'n, Y(Mir1������(torwnn>nopf",fi������l,  nsut Mid nnttwrrml hy ������ vronmti  Hinl Uuta iu Ulrlct conHflfuno.  An Irish fiirnu'i* went inlo an irriii-  monger's --'lori to buy u ���������"������������������ryllu*. After  serving him, the shopmen asUctl hint  if lie would like to buy a bicycle.  "What   Is Uiat'.*"  11KIII.  "ll'ft a miH'lilue  queried the irl*sh-  to  flilc abmii   lho  ;it. tin  iiiij  pi'l.'C  fi-'cn pound-- in n  NEW STRENGTH  IN THE SPRING  Nature Needs Aid in Maldng New Health  Giving Blood  Tn the spring the system needs a  tonic. To be healthy you must have  new blood just as the trees must  have, new sap to renew their������������������ vitality. Nature demands it,' and without  this new blood you will feel weak  and languid. You may havo twinges  of rheumatism or the sharp, stabbing pains of neurlagia. Often there  are disfiguring pimples. or ��������� eruptions  on the skin, hi other case r * here is  merely a feeling of tiredness and ..a  variable appetite. Any of .these are  signs that the blood is out of order  ���������that the indoor life of winter has  lessened your vitality. What you  need in spring-is a tonic medicine to  put you' right, andin all the world,  of me"3icine~ tlieie isTTo^iontc���������can-  c.-ial Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These  Pills actually make new, rich,' red  blood���������your greatest need in "spring.  This new blond drives'out-tho'seeds  of disease and r-alces- easily, tired  men, women and children bright, active and strong. Mrs. Geo. Burns.  Albany, *P.13.l., writes: "I was terribly run down and so weak that 1  couid hardly .drag myself around. I  was so nervous that I was afraid to  walk across the floor for fear I woull  fall. Our . fiimllyi doctor treated mo  : ul. without success and finally I began taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  ���������Gradually they brought me back to  good health :." now 1 ,nm as well  as ever I was and have every conlld-  once in recommending* these Pills to  other sufferers,"  These, Pills are sold by all medicino dealers or can be had by mail  at, i"0 cents n box or six boxes for  ?2.&0 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Hrockvllle, Onl.  Rather Nasty  "Today makes twenty-live years  since you and I have worked together, Tims," said Old Niggard, the mau  ufaclurer. "And J have done well���������������  very well."     ,        ** '     *  "Yes, boss," answered Tims, thinking of liis miserable thirty' bob a  week.  "Now, here is a little present that  will please the wife and kiddies," said  O.N., pressing a large blue envelope  on* his old workman.  "I'm  sure,  boss, it's  very  good���������"  "Tut-tut! Don't mention it!. Just  cut along home, and' not another  word!"*  With visions of banknotes, crisp  and crackly, Tims raced home with  the gift, ancl, amidst great excitement,  opened it in the presence of his numerous family. To his amazement, but  fell a Tiortrai'"' of his old gtiv'nor.  "Well. Tms," said O.N. genially,  next morning, "liow did you like my  little gift?"  "Oh." said Tims laconically,( "it's  just like ycrl"  A teacher trying* to impress ou her  children the rightness of kindness toward all animals, took 'them for a  walk to bring the' lesson home to  thfiii,  Hearing a scream from little John-  'iiyT^she-ad d ed-���������"-Wi a t-s���������t-h e-ni a 11 e r,������  .Tohnny?".  "l\*e been stifng by a hornet," was  the tearful response, "and I'm afraid  Ive hurt the poor thing."  town on.  "And, .-iluu'c, wh  or It ho'!" ���������  "I'M'teen pounds.'  "I'd nil hor    '(. I  -���������nw."  "Iinl   wiuii  a   rooi  riilinu round llie town on (ln> bud' of a  CjW."  "Shtirc, now," rcplli'il ihe Irlslimui,  ' not hull' such n foul iih I'd lool; trying  I-i mill* a  lilcyrln!"-.lVni-Hon'M.  ���������illy  "fli'i'i', uirji'i*!" mild ilii- rude man  In   ihi'   ciil'i',   "tell   the   iii'i-.Iii nm   lo  piny  '('���������ii'ini-n'   wlill.*   I   fiit   ihis  hoof-  Sll'llk,"  "Vi--*, hIi*.    Might   I   iinpiii-e  why'."'  "I waul  id hear Hi- Torearloi* Hong.  I, feel  l'.liv a  liull"li|-hti'|-."  (rriice wiih a country glil, whose  |>..i'f'l*i'-; '���������������������������uf Iht to the oHy m uttciid  colli'ge, When tin! hollilii.vH came  around and hIio rami" home, lier ninth-  cr i',.uc a ivr'.i'itlon in lic-i" honor.  Home   of   Ilii*   Kid   I'rii'iiilii     'i''lt7:il  (Jrncc in iiiiiiw ilii'in her new i-own*',  Miiii"!in'i'- ���������.-lin liroii'-'lil.    old.    hi'V'i'riil  i ninillHh gown*-*, and hnluiiig up a par  in.nl.ni,,  pn ii^ win: ni t-'i.'u, ���������;..,- i,t',-'l  "li.nl   Mil., one  pi il'i'irtly  In aiitll'u  And I in-1 ihliil*, il ciitiii' from-u poor,  little iiisiiMiilii'iuu  wnrin!"  Ib'i- hard wurking f.itljur wu** Hf-aty  . il    in -:i i-.    v.ali-liine    I In-   pel-formi'llf'"!,'  i.ml |,i' i'i'iill"d:  "Vc.i, lin rn : , ami I'm ihu worm!" J  ���������-I.i|ipiiii'(itt's. j  A cl.'i-syiiii'in visiting a pi'liool near!  Wind-Jiir, and li'vliig In llliiidi-ato tli.ij  miiiiilii:' of i-oii;cii"iici������, axUi-d a cln.-is  ni   im^.  "Huppo.din*. niie of you nla\o a ;Aovi'.  .ii' ..i.i;.:i ait-.l ;ii.it !' ;ii ynr hwuk'i. J  ami .(.iiiiicuii1.-   t-.iiiti-   Jn-   h)i;iI   voiild:  i  A corporal In ' an - Irish regiment  when on a march in "India went, to  the qutirtornuisUir to borrow a camel  lo curry a spar-i tent. The 'itnirlar-  tnaster rctnsc-d.  "I linvo only the carl, and lhif* spare  ci'iricl f am Uee'iiini; for a case of  emergency."  "Woll," said t.ic corporal, "can't  you put (bo case of emergency on  i.ho carl."and If. me have tho -.amer'"  "What is the evil of divorce and re-  marriage'."'  "The trouble of breaking In a now  nHill-.er-iii-law."  When a mother detects from the  wrlthings and fretting of a child that  worms are troubling it, she can procure no bettor remedy than Miller's  Worm Powders, which arc guaranteed to "totally expel worms from the  system. Thev -may causo vomiting,  but this nr?cd cause no anxiety, because" it is but a, manifestation of  their thorough work,. Nix worms can  long exist where tllese-'Powders are  used.. '  EDDY'S FIBREWARE  Tubs and Pails retain the heat  of the water much longer than  the wooden or galvanized iron  tubs, are cheaper than the flatter  and   will   not   rust   the   clothes  What about your wife and children? Will they  dress well after you are gone ?" Will your children  bc educated?   Have a talk to-day withan agent of  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.,  ���������'Q^FlG1E^^Vinnifcg^JE.dmonton,   Saskatoon,  ' Vancouver.       Agents Wanted.  ������?  Willie  was  struggling  through  (lie  vou  would  lool" 1 "U������y  ol hid  reading W-=on.  "'No.'"  said  tlie c,-i|itiilii," lie road, '"ft was  not a sloop. It was n larger vcrhcI. Ily  llm rig I .iuilc'il her io be ji-h-u-imi���������"  The word -/ns now In lilm.  "Hanii!'*," Hn|>pllo!l ilie toucher,  Si 111 Willie hc-Hltuti'tl.  "Mimi'ip!"     repented    the  li'iti-lier,  IliU time tilmi'ply.  ��������� Wlillo limited as Ihougli lur hml not  hoard nrluhi. -Tlmn, with an tippro.  hfiiHlM* i',hiu''i' iii'Oiind I'tii cliisK, ho  ulioilted:  "How-wuv-:"  Tom's Favorite Diet  Hear old Uncle "I'odgeriwns Btand-  ing his inr-phew, T\iiii, a tlin ior and a  scat at. liny pantomiiie to celebrate  tbo last niglii of the young hopeful's  holidays.  Tom had made Ihe most of'his opportunities, had struggled LhroiiKh the  dinner io tho bllte'r ond unci had nr-  rived nt a .date 'n which lho only  thiiiB left lilm was lo envy lho camel  with" his double outfit of storaae  room,    -  The waiter bioiu'hi the bill, which  his uncle paid with u leu-pound note.  Tom missed this part of the perform-  unco', aud only wol'i.1 up tm tho wnller  returned wiih a plateful of soveroli-iiK  and half-crown.'"'.  Tom w.'is f-iilviiuizf'd Inlo life:  "IJiiiik'." he Rttsped, "I rdiould lllco  tt plate of thiit as well!"  ���������Hi  :     ^^      FARMERS  Can ������Iway������ maks ������ur������ of getting the highest price* for WHtAT, OAT8,  BARLEY and FUAX, Ly shipping their enr I0I9 to FOR*.' WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them told on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE  WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-701  Y.,   O.RAIN   EXCHANGE,   W1NNIPEO   Natural Mistake  "Well,,are you goins lo be a doctor?" asks the friend.  "Not at all. Why'.1" imiuires Ihe  man.    ���������  "I've noticed you por'nis over that  medical volume- for halt' an hour.  ���������'Medical? Why so It is. Do you  It now, 1 thought it- was 11 bound vol-  unio of the i'tiappy Hunch Ma"*,a-  ���������/.Inc."  'J'' XA.S.)  Vhe  fimily  rfmeily  ter  Couuhi  and  Cold*  Small  done,    'cltnall battlf.    Ur*t tin"-''-  1870.  W   N-   U. 90il  llll(l|l'"'ll'.'  1 I'd ium .1 thr.-i-hiii.'.1,'  i'ii!.' i".  "Yi'i. but your fin f>  nd, .������������������Kiil'lii 1 it.' Wli.n  .1.. u,..'. '���������'  -Tr.*. iii*.1 !-> .-���������A.ilbi'*' t  vii'"'  plp<--d  *l   rhV.iW  would  '.���������olljil  licfaiili'  In- It  iic fiiisja  'jnlt-k,  A bit-, ol this ind * itsli of tlut, till day  toiiBi d.!!j ths apfiitlte and vuV.tas iht'  df{*SbUo:i.  P.ft;lor; ys",r stomach la l.'.i'.t'ty vigor  bytaldngii I.'i-Dru-Go D)'.ip?p:.la Tab'.-.l  t/r:r*-r-j":!i "i������a!���������andcufoiii lhl���������,p,,���������������ln'^^  Nn-Dru.Co Dyspepsia Tablelo  ������re th? b������. t ftlenii (or nlkttrti from  Imllceclion ar.d dyjpepilA. LOi, t Km  tt your Drujelsl'i. Hirl*: ty thi  Matlonal Drug intt Chemlcil C*. tl  Cin������s!i, Uf-V.'.H.  141  Reason For Hlo Popularity  Klrn 11 set'--The   whole   town  kooihb  lo lio turnliii; onl 1. this fimcral, Tlm  dcceiii'i.'il   iturl  htvc  bee*', very popu-  Inr.  Native- Sii'ini''.'!*, lie w.irf ono m.'.n  In ti million. Al'ti.'t* he l*oiii;hl. hh: cur  lie ������nvt������ o\oi'yhijAy a vblo thnt he h'litJ  lit'o'niincil to.���������-JudRf-,     *  Cnnndlan Bank Earnings  It Ih I'Ktinialril Hml lu l'.'l"' ^nn-  '.11II1111 imnkH I'iirned only L'.'iT per;  OI'lll. of the ciipliul invostod. ThlH in  u mualli'i* niui'Kln of profit Ihtitt Hhown  by Nutioiiiil biinUit in thn United  HnU'H. Out of in** prnlltH t'liiiudlan  banhrf clifilrlbntt-.il only 04 ]ior cont. in  dlvlili'iidii, ns rfinilini'f'il with 74 per  er-iit, dlHirlbnii'd lo fihiirolioldci'H by  AiiHirlriiii Ini'tlt.iilU'ini*. The oompavi-  kou ii-; nil .11 fuvnr <d' Cnniidiiiti buulii*.  Ilhitory   l-ToiVm-oi*--Tlio  Amerlcanb,  nre the rcHiiiii-iMn ui i>ii.: !'���������'���������'*!.J. .v.'**'',  cun you oven iiicntlon, my dear t*lr,  an  KiiBllHluntiii  who utidccivored    lo  ruli*!* li'illHliithm to a lii������lifi* pliuie?  Si.inl������'Ht"-V('H, tilr; (iuyi l-'iuvkcB.-  I'-ii'i-ihI l.nt rnon,  The wroni? nian In tin' piiilui' i-deno  mnv lo.-w 8l������ln. of thi* kIi'I'h motber,  but' 11, doi'Hn'1 rollnw llmt kIk.' Iiiih lni-jt  idglil of him -ll llu'i''''.H ii ���������.ntivcu|i?iil  luiyhole.  The  Sur-ir.t Way  "My lifo is mado a burden by bill  collwuira,''  ''I've discovered n way of Kettiu ,'  rid of 'em t'.'.at never l'uil������."  "For lieavin's salco. put mo wise."  "1 pay 'oin, my boy:"  ' Worth Tv/o in the Dush  "It's- a shame '<������ uso such a f|tmn-  llty  of ospreys on  tlio huts. Thoso  beaulilul birds will soon ho extinct at  this rale."  "Oh, do "you third* ko, my dear?  Thon you mind, cortiilnly buy mo  pome ciuluK."���������l-'llrsBr.iulo Hlattor.  He's Enjoying His Wife's Violt  A Wlehitn attornev 1** very fond of  11 certain Ulnd of cuius liln wife in expert, nf mnkltiK. Ik-conUy nlio left. I'or  11, visit with lti'i' piii'entrt nnd before  Holii*-:, hiiUnd u law ctilcc, sin* lutcw  thnt If Bhe loft lite otitlrn cake where  her htmhiind ('ould  iind  il  he would  Ideal Silver Cream  Is a scientific preparation specially  adapted for, clean-  Ins all hinds ot  Sir.VEK & CIOI.O  PLATE, MIRRORS,  CUT CIT.AS8 or  WINDOWS. It l������  a, purely vegetable  compound and doe*  not contain any In-  .lurloifii subatiinceu.  Any iirllclo pollsh-  oil wllh IDBATj  will neiiulra a beautiful luutre linu wlll  not tarnish.  " Vav Halo by ull  Dcalcra.  Beicre Fropoclncj  Clarissa, if I'm any Judge,  Is rather u'uo.',  At. mnniil'njjtiiriti};' lino ftulK'f.  And niiK'.'l food,  Hut tliero ai*<* olhor UiIm-h*, yon s:e,  When nil Ih said.  1 often wondur how Hhn'd bo  At li'iklu-j; l'i"ucl.  Mlnnrd's Llnlnent Curee Dandruff.  AL lho sim'Ior of moelltiKs rurenlly  held tliroiijihont HiiBkiitchownn on tho  ������|)(-clnl Iriiin run hy llie dairy btiineU  o'.ii' it'nil In one dfiv ho fihe cut ll iipi01' ,lui <l������l'tti'lmont of iiKrlculUire, thu  om. it. nil In cr. jtij. J",������������'������,,; ������vtl|'r*i^ total aUcidanco wiih il.n������5.   Tho totul  Into ullci's- and  partii of Ih*.' iioiiKt*. I'luclt day hIpj  wrlii'H h������r Inifihiind, nail hi. tho lelter  nlio U'IIh him wlinr* he can llnd 11  plcci! of tin*, cuke Kiinwis* t'lty atur.  t^^m* mwum mn*i������������^-i  Correctl  TchhIo l''ootllfihlu-Mf.'li tit-J Jtmt  like bclln, unywiiy,  Ciiltlo Cttlcilum���������Vcb; you'vo -il-  wayH K������t to pull their lens- lo not tho  rink'.' out of them,  I'xciioileil tho hlfshi'Rt ox [lentlit lout-' ot  tho official*' of i.h(< d-'pnilinonl, In no  prnvlaiiB yotii; him Intercut In eotti'so  of inHti'itetloti provided by tin? tiffletuU  of fho ilcipurliucnt boon ao InleiiHO or  ho wldcHpiciiil. Tiio Itlnoi'ury cxlcntl-  cd HllKhtly over a month, mid ilurlni!  tliiil. timo 711 points 011 the Cotiiidltiii  Puelllo and (irnnd Trunk Piiclilo ntll-  H'uyn wcm'o visited. At oacv of Uii-h������  lociilltloH ono or moro incetliiRi* were  licld.  CATARRHAL FOREHEAD PAINS GO QUICK!  SNIFFLING, HOGGED NOSTRILS CURED  Not a Sign of Cold, Catarrh, or Throat  Troublf Will nenninj  Kill*'. vwA si', had In-mi aitvinllnf,  Br.luiol only a f<*w ibiya. She had  lealned at  h1"'  "������'' l'"--!������������������n���������1������������ nilne  lu*r hiiitd II -Aie **.'iiitr*j atiythlnr:, One' directly, vo oiili'lily; cvciy biciiiti \ou  day     fllic  watt  nctil   to tiie chickenIdraw ihroush (ho  inhaler cprrk's a  ihotiHi.' tn R*'*' ih" i'hV-   x vh>- jtiu'Ii- iiwrvcloiiH lot of hoallnj; virtue���������car-  -il the cbh'1-.t'u Ii-hi- ��������� iiiuii* her mo'i:s-! rfoa Aoatlt   lc Ih*' novutn  that  cruise  zone*,   it Ih Ruurnhloed lo mnlco you  WL'll,  "My liftod tiHod to fairly Bpllt wll.ii  i^iiii-W   ns'.;������;   ah   thy  l.-yl,. '������������������     !n" "wrnl rinl.t over the* even.  Jtis-t ono hrcttih thiotiKli t'at'.ui'hozonc      'It   wits   -.Ivvnyr, woiut -.vlien   my  Inhnl'-r anil ymi foo] bettor. catarrh win bud.   I hud the mcanci-t  Tho i-oothlnt,'. plnoy vajior of Cab tioros nnd oimihIb tnntilf) the now, anil  lU'i-hn/.ono clt-tirn the hr-tui lunlautlj",   continually munli'id,  both  day    nml  lin heulliiB liKlaanilc I'limm tnko llm nl������hl.   Th������") lirst iIh.v'h up*" of Citlnrrh"  HtliiK mil of the noH., ������top tsnllVlu--,  '���������it.-*1 flif fb.-nit, euro lite cohkIi nnd  dcHtroy nil lho vllcncaH of cnuinh.  No oilir-r rcmrily tr-r*ftfn Calarrh ao  ������r hoard her *���������'���������>'  '*.\ll vou cliiil.fns i:..it iuic laid an  fKK  i..'^������:   y"1"'  ������'���������������'"���������'"--Th..   !>*-lln-  j oator.  tlio  ironliW'. j  Yon  can't  k/v-p fatairh- nor    cun ���������  ynn hann In " culil, m* ha v.*- any client ;  or throai irounlc ii mu .i^.- t;.iV.inlni  ���������nzono mndo a urantl iniprovctnotit,  Kvcry hour I ftilt hoftcr. C'iUaii'Ii*  ozone ctirod mo pi-rfcctly."  ���������o. r. nc.vGMA.v.  t'utitii-iii. tint.  No one* cvi'.* ttrr^r. ('aiar!'liov.'iii-������  ivillioiii 1'i'iiifc ira'ii-'lKV. If your ca.-t  I;* o'tralih*. C'W.tr -\.������' mo v.*:'l do till  v.orlc. It Id ������������������������������������.!! rani (���������nt ���������'���������'���������'i 'ho c*oiu*>  l.li-t.- iloi.iir ..*!!'"i iV:. ������*. i-'.'i- f'Vo.  ���������<-..i\i\\W I'.lal *. I*    '"*''  ������������������ njb  THE NEW5?. Ct7]\n3EflirA!TO. B. C  "tliUMiftH  HMiMiMliil  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  They ar*  Cut out cat'.iartici anJ purgatives.  nri;tal-hars*a~unn:ce'isary. Try ���������  CARTER'S LITTLE  HVERI^ILLS  Purely .���������eR*eU>}Ie. Act  Kfr.tlyontlieliver.  rlimiiintcbilc.aiid  soothe tliedeli-  rateinrmbraiitt  ofiliebowel.  Care Con-  stipalion,  Bi'ihm-  ness. ._   _ .    .  Sick lltadachi and Indtinlhn, as mf'/ionj knmir.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine mus* bear Signature  Magic in a Baton  How ��������� Wagner  astonished  an   audience in Berlin is related by Otto Less-  man in a German magazine. It vas  ji:.  1871:    Ho  had  lectured    at   the  , Uoyal Academy on the opera, and in  his honor the Verein    der    Berliner  Musiker  arranged  a  performance  of  his "Faust Overture,"  under the  direction of Professor Julius Sturm.  When ,it was over Wagner seemed  to hesitate fcr a moment, as to what  he should do. Then he got 0.up,  tbauUed the musicians aud remarked  that ho had not been connected with  an"orchestra for twenty years he felt  impelled to further show his gratitude  by an artistic dead. "You will understand my request,'.', lio added, "that  you repeat Taust Overture' under my  personal direction."  '  What thou happened made an in-  dellible impression on all who were so  fortunate as to bo present. The spiritual revelation he made of the various  moods of that poem stirred the hearers as they had ' never before been  The .difference between a  and a more professional con-  was made manifest. Thernus-  themselves were stunned by  what ihey had done. "We looked at  him, and we knew and did what he  wanted," they remarked.  lievar Simulation  stirred  genius  duetor  ieiiins  A Pill That Lightens Life���������To the  man who is_y victim of indigestion  the transajfon of business becomes  an added misery. He cannot concentrate his znlnd upon his tasks and  loss and vexation attend him. To  such a man Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills offer relief. A course of treatment, according to directions,, will  convince him- of their great excellence. They " are confidently- recommended because tbey will do all that  i& claimed fcr them!  CGLOWATOHFR  A itijtirlilCorw&rd tcnorum  "its'   Irora   tn   Kttbllpihed  Arm.    Y.'a tre slTlni ������r,-������y  Wttchia   lo   thoutandi    ot  nou'.a tit   orcr   tho  world   m    n    fccca  iblro:t!������msnt.     Now  Is    yonr   char.M    to  oblttii one.    Writs  now.   ono'oirn&r   35  couti lor oin. cf  env  fulilontble r.udlot'  Ton*     Gnaiili,      or  ClcmV S\'.l������rl������,   t������at  rtrrlift rt'd to irttr  with tlio watch, wliish  will   lw   dun -Fr������  (tiiew    Katelic*     tre  guaranteed tl.e ye&rs\  tliouM  ron ttke ni.  rtattea of ocr raw-tel-  ...   73U   to   tell   your   liler.ill  than.   tti������   kwutilnl<��������� natch.  Umi't tbluk thU offer too food to be due. lut tend  j as  cants todnr  end  culn   ���������   Fife   Watr-h.    Yoa  I -will lie tmtrerl��������� WlCLlAMS  A   r.f.OYI),  Mholeitlt  Jeweller! (J>ei>l. Hi ', W, Connmilti HuvJ, Ij>uc!o)i, N.,  r.ngWnd.  ���������i-wmeii  SAFES  NEW OR  SECOND HAND  Write F*   H. ROBINSON  50 Princes-.������6treet, Win/Jpeg  CASH REGISTERS  ���������   "   A Curious Disease  The Jamaican negroes havo many  odd and interesting-forms of speech,-  which arc often due to a misunderstanding; of the English words. That  was the,case in a story that Witinl-  fretl James lolls in "The "Mulberry  Tree," A woman mtook' her baby to a  doctor, and the physician" asked her  what ailed the little sufferer.  1 "Him ill, sah," she explained, iu her  soft, musical voice. , "Him ill, sah,  from blowing bones.'*  Inquiry brought only repetitional  "Hlni ill. sah, him blowing bones." '  For several moments the, puzzled  doctor contemplated the diminutive  black eresiture and its strange disease; then the solution dashed upon  him. Ulowing sounds nol. unlike growing. What bones could/i child of. two  bo growing?. UIc was cutting his  teeth.  "Wife (with newspaper): What  next? Hero's a woman mate, of a ship.  Fa n'c-y-a-wo ni a n-sai loi-!-, *���������   Hub: That's nothing,-.";*."Wasn't Lot's  femal. salt?" ���������       "*    .  wife  a  Talk  "Let  nomination,1  docs more  While-.the' Talking is Coocl!  us la'ik.a lot now, before the  ��������� says  Job   Hedges,    "lt  :ood thrn afterward."  . Afterward**, as- another Job observed: 'Though I speak, my grinf .a  uot assuaged, and though .' forbear,  what am I i (".sod?"  The proprietor "of the lea.lin^' A"\\������  store* in a small Kentucky town was  coming" out of the frdffc door of hi*,  placo not, Ion gago", when a small boy  came tearing round lho corner at top  gait with ..his head down and butted  squarely into hlni.       ���������>  "Hey, kid," detniindoil tho dnigglsl,  'what's lho iriiittor?"  "I am trying lo keep two boys  gelUn;*' lino i; 'ift'l'i." pa-'t'd  yotingsl.er.  "Who  are  thr.  boys."    asked  druggist.    ���������  n '"I'm one of 'em," wa.s the reply  from  the  Mie  Write for PficWLiitp^  .ind Shipping Ta?*.  *9iereeliw*CK'lr'  his  got back to his office  il  I a I.0 ,vov n  the corner  half  and  When .lnsp  boss s'lid  "Look here, does  hour to go down  lo  do nn errand .'or mi;'?"  "II did this timo, sir," answeiral ,las*  per, "A man dropped a qunite,  down h hole '.<\ (iif sidewalk."  ."And il l<>*".U ,\Oii a  It. on.'.'"  "V('H.  Kir, .' OU   B'T.  il.t  mnn wen1, awny  I Miifi timo lo gel  I had lo wiiil. till  tAfeuttttoMmnmo.  We  also Buy Hides ami Seneca  Root  Neatly Turned  Tho luul liny wrot-.i on tlm hliii'l.*.  bun rd: "Our le-u'liri h- n ilnnkcy,"  Tlie tiilicr lmj'H !in|li-i|iiiti*il iiK'tloDH  v.'hiui I he tiClionlm.i.U'i* arrlvi'il; bill  Ilium were none, I In morel,*, wi'.itr  llm wtii'd "di-hi'i*" aricr "donl'ry," and  hi'linol npi'iii'd nn iisnnl,  Roady  for  the  Voyage  "Aiv thero enough lliVbuati'  I hn passe'iger*-?"  "No."  "Arc llici'i; iii'" pi'i'rii'i-vi'i'H for every  hnil.\ ?"  "U'i'll.  hium't   an* thing  liecu  In  prcpiinitlo.i  for Hhlpwiv'-I;'."  "Well, Ihe band Ium Irni'iie  iNuiiriT, ,My (lod lo Tlwi  iln i*k."  Painful Swelling Reduced  Muscular Strains Ended  Such Troubles Now Quickly Rubbed  -' Away by Powerful Remedy  If you' have any muscles that are  strained ah'd weak, that aro frequently subject to rheumatic pains; if you  have, any painful swellings, that refuse to go a .'*->������������������ get busy-with Nerviline. This is the very sort cf trouble that Nerviline is noted for curing  quickly. "I have proved' Nerviline  simply a wonder in reducing a hard,  painful swelling. *"lt followed an injury I received in my, left leg and  caused me great pain and discomfort.  Tho muscles were strained and sore,  and no othor ronfedy gavo tho case  and comfort I got. from rubbing; on  Nerviline. Tliero is a soothing, pain-  relieving power about' Nerviline that  touched the roc": of my trouble. Nor-  villne reduced lho swelling, it destroyed tho pain, it. brought, my limb back  to perfect, condition." The experience  of-Mr. llowen, whose homo is in Middlesex, is not unusual. Thousands aro  proving every day that muscular  pains of every kind, chronic rheumatism, lunibag.i, tr-r.algia and sciatica  will yield lo Nerviline when i.otliir ;  else can possibly cure. Neiviline is an  old time family pain remedy, ,used  nearly forty year, with great, success.  The large f'.mlly size bottle costs  50c, trial size 25c.  at all dealers.  for all  done  ii piny  in  the  An old inaii lOio lnola-il lltw> a fnr-  H'-ni'i' wns Wiillilii'f alnii ; n London  nip-el plli.vliiA H ciini'i'i'tliia Hull hi-i]  ���������������������:i n hotter dii,\*������. Noili'liii; n 11 run a  pltilfi wiih lho word**. "l.)oi't������r nf Mim^  Ir," wrilli'ii itiidi'r tlm iiiiiuu on It, lie*  it'.".';/    'ii/   l.'   l'.-f   i'l/Hnr  iliiA   Cili/i   !!.'<  .  bt'll.    Tlio (loui* wu;i aiiH'.vori'd  by a  bcrviiul,   who   ryki'il   IiIh   liiiuinrHH.    I  To uliuiii . I ma,", I'liiiceni; ThU in  In ccriify th. I I havo iiHi'd MINAIIIJ'H  JilNIAIKNT niym'lf nt-i w ll an pre-  fU'iilii'il It In my prni.-llcc when' a lltil-  mmil wuh r-*'pilr-!i! and havo ih.'VM'  failed lu I'/'l Ih   d'T.irnl cfi'iici,  (J. A. KJNll, M.I).  A certain dramatist who was much  Annoyed at an * adverse notice the  critic of a daily paper gavo-to liis lat-  st play���������which, by the way, afterwards turned out a gruesome failure,  happening to meet the critic in tho  Strand, remarked, irritably, that, although the said critic was an adept in  picking faults in other people's plays,  yet he was quite incapable of writing  a play himself.  "You're quite, right, I am," the critic replied; "neither can I manufacture mutton, and yet I, am a better  judge of mutton than any sheep in  the world."  "? "Poultry Guic'e"  Whicli tells rretty nearly -everything  there is'to kuow about chic-liens**" sent  to you ABSOLUTELY FREE. Just  send your name and address on a post  card to the International Stock Food  Go., Depl. B.', Toronto, Canada, and. a  copy will -"be mailed you with their  compliments.  "What do you mean by telling people Ihat I haven't any brains behind  my back?" demanded Blathers angrily, as, be met Bimpson' on the street.  , "I never said you hadn't'any'1 brains  behind your back," ��������� retorted Bimpson. '"What I said was that you hadn't  any brains' in the front of your face,"  ���������=<nHigcr ss      "^  '   .      The   Origin   of   a   Fad  Marcell.i, who had been gazing out  c������  the   window,, suddenly    began, to  1* ugh  hyst'jrically.  ' "What in the world is the matter:  child?'" asked her mother.  "When  I  finished my carpel, rug,"  :okk  that w;  to  Ilos  Marcella explained, "I  across my lap and.carried  down the street to show  mary."   *  "Well, what of it?" .  ��������� "That was only three days ago,"  gasped Marcella, v-jjt.li' a renewed outburst of merriment, "a-.*d now iear-  ly every girl In the block is wearing  a carpel-rag nuil'f."  WHEN BABY IS ILL  When your baby is ill; when ho. Is  crows and hard to mind; when his  Iceth are boLhoring him or ho, is  troubled with constipation or indigestion; give him Baby's Own Tablets, Tlioy lire lho host medicino for  little otioii." They never fnli to refill"  late the bowelt and sweeten tho  stomach, lima making toothing easy;  curing constipation, ''colic, Indlg.-s-  lion and lii'ftiiking up cold?, and I'ov-  ors, The Tablets aro sold by modi-  wile dealers or by mail nt th" cenls  a box from The Mr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Mroi.l.vllle, Onl.  'Tk'iiiif,"  he .iiih  i, "U llu> ilotilor o'  lunula In'.'"  "Vi-h;   wlitil   U  1   i hi    wain'."' Ilio  m-naiii aiouri,  "Why, Jim; pop  lnnd, he'll churgi'  ciM'tiutt.' wuh th"  In tin* hx him lioo  to  iiiciid  my  con-  ������������������ply.  Try   Murina  Eye   Remedy'  K you have Red, Weak, Walery Iiyct  or (jiamilnted Kyaliili. Doesn't Stuart  ������������������Bdnihe:* Eyo fain, Orii-ryKSMty ��������� *fcj������jl*  Murina Eyo Kemeity, Liquid, 2Sc, SQo,  Murine fr;* Salve lu Ascplio Tube**1  tSc, SOe.    Jv/o UiMdu Kree by Jliaiij-  I "*" Sty j ftvl* 3oo4 tur All ������*/*��������� l(ui H**i Cm* ',  Wurluo E*/D Aauiudt/ Co., Cbtcuuo  ���������p ���������   "       *   '_  . ",:���������"      .    ���������         '���������".)   Hi.tiil   Midi   till*   illiilll  Oi   hit.   hull  Hound v, |4dom and bii*-lni>.-;.i pu'Cepts  was t'nhiMi Henlor'H oartiosi ciillonvoi'.  Ilo liiui'ht IiIh offtiprlnn much. Ini'lnd-  Inn the ailviinliigi'H of hiiiiliiiiptcy,  I'rilliiri"! mill (Irea.  "Two linnnipU'I'"-!*1- cqiml out', fall-  uro, l\vo fnlliiri'n eqiuil ouo lire," etr!',  Thou tlolHMt Junior looKi'il iiji  brllihlly.  "Veil, my hnj-,'1 whm (Ik* piircnl'*1  reply. "If yon marry a really wealthy  woman, iiiui". lago In altnoFi an jjooil nc  a f.iH'iii-."  Only Just Befjinr.liig  Vlce-I'i'csldoiit llury ol" tlio (.'nmnlinn  raclllc, hiij'8 that t'roin Imrvcst lo lho  I'loHo of navlgiillon last Honson Uie  C.l'.lt. niri'lod moro Krnin than any  olhei' rn 11 way In any othiv part of  tho wor'd has ever carried in lho  limn, and thai, iilthotigl'. Iiiat sen sou  Ihe ('iiutiilliiii Went produced 010,000,-  OOK binshcls id' all l.iudri, the liind Iiuh  "liiinlly been Hi.'i'alchniJ," TIioho are  Hie '.'.Iiiil of IhlngM people urn apt In  forjioi wlmii 'hey lin-igliin flint tliero  (inn ho nny leiu'lhy doproHMion In I'-iii-  tula. N'nlrlici* our land nor our ro-  miiti'veii arc wo.'ii out. Wo nro only  .luul. Iici'liinliig In nip Hioiii,���������Miuil.  real llrrnlil j.tid Ti'legrapli.  Extravagant Times  Laurence JI. Symmes, writing in Investment, points out some of tho extravagances that, have led to receut  business depression, and suggests  remedies lor some of iheni. No one  ia economically useful, he contends,  'unless he saves a portion of his income for the benefit, of industry."  While the motor-car iii its proper use  has been "a tremendous conservator-  of human energy," in its abuse it has  been "a world-wide extravagance."  Some-, forms of waste in the motor-car  have already been checked. Tor ex''  ample, the fashion of annually discarding one ear and purchasing "-  new one is "on the wane," and the  heavy car is "passing . into disuse,"  lighter' ones taking their places. '  Bul in our total of extravagance ihe  motor car has been only one of tho  many offenders. To the high-priced  theatre, tho cafe," and amusements of  all kinds, in country and city'alike,  much blame belongs. Kxtravagauce  has, In- fact, been world-wide, and it  lies back of all local causes of depression, back of wars and great calamities. Kxccpt for" world-wide personal extravagances' capltit avouUI  have well stood "the strain of all '.ie  other causes of depression.'  Mr. SymmcL questions whether  prosperity cau return in full measure  until the damage done hy extravag-  anco has been repaired. It is possible  for everyone to do something to help  ! . the euro of our ills. Kach, for example, cau save a fair portion of bis  earnings and "place the same at the  disposal of legitimate enterprises,  either directly purchasing bonds and  stocks, * or indirectly by depositing  them at banks." l'-'ach can elimlaalT!  a portion ol! his personal extravagances, even to tho extent of "ignoring  the hat-boy at the cafe." If all would  ignore that unnecessary person, the  boy "might take up farming.," So wit'i  those who purchase motor cars: if  they would cease to buy $C,0(J0 limousines and bo satisfied with a perfectly serviceable car costing only $2,-  000, the remaining ������4,000 would be  left for some legitimate industry and  the maker of big ears, by selling a,  large,number, might begin once more  lo prosper.  Mr. Symmes'notes that the-manager  of a large cafe in Now York estimated,  that on last New Year's Eve tlie sum'  of $2,500,000 was spent in that city  alone on suppers, theatre "ticket:",  cabs, saloons, tips to waiters, etc.  Spent legitimately that sum would  havo built up many an industry, if we  could suppose* that 200,000 persons in  large cities who spend. -jSriOO annually  in tips, cabs, ticket commissions, etc.,  would now proceed to withhold that  sum for legitimate industry, the country would have as an aid to .prosperity fl OO.OOtf.OOO more tlianji has now.  -Her-  -3att!ng-A"verat;2-  Magistr'ate���������The    evidence'"  tljat you throw, a lut tie at  band.  Culprit-���������Tt  shows   more  ; er honor; it shows that I  shows  your hns-  than  that,  'it 'im!.  Motor 'Bur, Outings  Sunday visits to the suburbs of London have grown enormously with tho  motor-omnibus. On a recent Sunday  the "General" company carried no  fow than l.G-lii.OOO passengers, a "rec-'  ord" number for lho  present year.  SPENT HER MONEY  FOR NO BENEFIT  THEN    MISS    J.  DODD'S K  M.    GODIN    USED  DNEY  PILLS  weak  I  up  my  Tin* t-iipi'i'liitonil'-n' of a Sundiiy  h lioiil wan IIIiihIratlin; I'm* Mm child-  run Uu*- lext, "Arl.Hn iind tiil'n tlie  young child mid bin mother, nud fie*'  Into l-Igypi." Sliov.ii h, ihoiii a Ian;..*  plot urn, hIi'i a iltod:  "Now, Ihu'1. thai Hpliiiidiil'.' How I*  tho mother. Kith In tlio young child,  Thi't'c'a Ki*y,i'. In llie (IIin 'tiici',"  The clilldi't'ii, liowuwr, liu-km'  nil   Huallv  a   IHU*'  ni)|i'|iiiiii'*l,  plpi'id  ...,i  dis-  boy  mil  "I'lir.hi ,|lni   Stif-iiu'iioi   killiid  ii  rubhll for tho 'uiii'i'tiiliwrur-nt of  ���������������������������(.ii [|iMvc*;rari", who v.-.is c?.p(cfi-  dinner, but. uh rabbin we.i> mil nl'  linn  I'm-.  d t,i  'A',**.'  And Her Kidney Disease arid Female  Weakness Disappeared-- She is  Now a Strong, Healthy Woman.  MlKonctto, Gloucester Co., "N'.B,--  (Special)���������"I have been suffering  from the Kldnoya ovor sine." I was a  child," says Miss .1 i\l. (iodin of this  place. "Who:*. I grew to womanhood  I was told ', \*ns suffering from female' weakness, so I tried several  kinds of medicine, s|n.T.ilii:g n good  many dollars for nothing.  "Last, winter I hccaine so  was on tho point, of giving  work. I could not sloep al night and  could hardly gel. tip llie stairs wltlioul having palpitation of the heart  nnd feeling dullo oxIitiiiHh'd.  "Rending cf Hymptointi nf Kidney  l)!fio'ino In Ilodd'H Almanac, I soon  found mil my ciiai- v.-mh ������;linlliir, so I  son I. nl cincefoi* four lioxon of Ilodd'H  Kidney I'll In. i began to feel a  (���������.liingii at. Ih'i very bcgiuuliig, for I  nlopl well llm vory llrut. nl������hi. Thi'flo  four boxes 'id nm more ipiod llian  all llu; ni'idlcliu' I bud iiikun before,  and I hnv.5 roimilneil i.'.ioiig ever  nint'.i'.,   I am now mi well u.i rati In*."  All women who HiitTi't' h' mild look  lo tlm Kldnoyi. Thoy arc tin' miiln-  iipi'liig of hcahh. Ivo.'p Mi. KIiIiip.vi*  litroiifl li> uilng I'oilil's Kidnoy 1'llln  nnd they will lulu, ciini of lln.������ rcit  of Ihu liody.  Deep^iiliifj ftuez Canal  liiipriiv.'iiii-uL'  now   iiiiini'i'.r'i'iiig on  Ihe Sit'"/ caiml, fnr which  tho join-  puny huts powci* in  ntitit- ^K'.doo.odO  ihroilRh   lifnii-.il**, lire  oxiirclcil     to    he  | (���������(lippUifcil    in    HUVl'.i.     Tltf    Iaiortt  I Mfdienui in it U������jf* prnvi-'lipii  for n  dcpilr  of forty l'i''-l llii'oughniii, nnd IVu- wld-  joilltiK Hl������ I''  llhl root K luirhe.H In tho  ,,-iUlilll    .H'liWil    .Ual    >.. ii.... p.,   .in    iiji|/i.j  I'vl'.ite ioiiii"i *���������' nt' nl'l1";'.; I"  l'n' 'Vt'i  nud ci'iitrnl HnctlnnH,  Allgilrtt'. -i ai.ll Aiig'-liiiii   ni'  w. u u. wo  Tim-. For a Change  Old   lloxle g --"Miiny   my  cr'.'   Why. yn.i snv .iiipporti'd  1 l'lithcr."  Siilior���������"Vt I, ������lr;    but my  U     llr.'d  of 'iilMiiiilliin  Hie,  ami   I   tlimmht   I'd   get   Into  tn mil.v."  da light-  by you;*  fjnv'uor  In- h:im������,  auotlier  KOII   lit!    IllOllg'lll  ;������.". ��������� :.-. ....!.j::-.  making ih,. puii.ou  ��������� n  lie, wun cut Ing.  "Urollur IlPiivcgiaci  .Mm, whon It ciinir' tint  lii'lplng, "what pub*, of  you  111.*-  now'.'"  Willi  ii  merry  l-llii-ii'd    rj'l'.i    l'.n  pll.-il:  "II .vou nil llmi  i(il.o do glz/.iird.'  ii avoid what  liilul; it wm,  miglil  i ..  lug  'iih.-  llu. hlghi'iit jii'iik ni' ihu A  >rtoo*!  uliiiv,!  him  coini'  ��������� cliiuh-  In.-', uud  twenty  ,"    Hfllfl  > fiir ii  iir* bird  I'lU'li'  M'l'OIld  would  la.  *:'iii  nlrl.  In   hlh  lii'lf  *a'ii'.",i-;ii-i* ni-  g.i ipr,-| -"what  do you  wo I  What,"  .  ���������in  "l-'nr, fnr brliiw," Him nicl, "l  a  long  wh lo  sin al;,  Htrulch'iig  it   paper  ribbon  had;  aluioM   lo   ,".;r  hotel."  "Ih,  lm!"  lie  "Ini'iilaie.i   ''H'm  Mini  lluti'l bill oii'i'l.il.lii'. us."  see  I !;<���������  in  un) ..n liiiiil. Ah ll  SHIttOM  C raw ford  ���������' pinup In bo  (!|'|lll'!*,h.'lW  you Mred.  ���������vd:'-.'/ wm ".r.icli  t'.i* .hi'.u; -R-.il l.:ni;i.  39 cntn.  Nnetle I  W li ji l kind in*"     new the  M-lllll'.   tn   III1-"ul .  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Curp.l    A  ]mU(llor (lf conBldtl|.llbTe  WPRUU  ^ ' wuh nuioli soiikM iil'tor by ir-uiy ot  Two hoys who niumiR'id lo l(p riith-  fit* iitiriily Iii Hohool uo oxaHpcniloil  t.hclr icnchfii' tlmt sh rixiiicKtod thom  lo I'Oiimlii ni'ti'i* lioinv, ninl writ') thoir  ranu'H 1,001) .tluii-H, Tliey ]i|iinf?f'd  into tlio tiiHl.,    Huiiit lli'tocti iiiliititi,'.-i  tho 'iios't (.'hiiriiiin,'** y.-iitiif', women oC  llro (own. A. vory jirotty msil'-on wu������  Ktirc iila* had brought hint a I most tu  thn jioliii   *C a jiropotiul.  "Whiii wns thu lut|>pl('HL moment or  yonr liro?" n.*.i.' aw'-etl, wlillo they wim'h  ih Id i ik ii stroll r.no eviMiitiK,  i    "Tlm li.ippli'Hl. nioniont. oi" my lll'c,"  Intcr one ol' lliotn j-row iineany and          ������.   l.i-'Win wut'.-lihiu hh-. eonipniiion in ,lii,-1 aiiswereil'i'lle irnolK-lor, wltii 'n'reiiiiii  Kl'lico.    aiiiliienly  Ilio   liiHt   i,in>   liii-'i.ll|-,-,(.|ii   miiilo,  'wiih   when   III',  Jeweler  Ollt  Willi  di'K|lilil*  l)i!lVr('i'll   Ilii'  HDllK illlll  .suld Ui Ili������ leach"!"*:  '"Tiiln't   rr..r,   mum!     liln   nnm������'*i  llmih and mi'io'n Heliliiili'rineyi'r."  lool;   luick ��������� nn   (iHKiiRfimi'iil.  rltif,  ninl  Siivc nie ''-.inie ciiIT'MiiUh in oxuhanno.  !      Or.ly Our "BROMO QUININE"  i ���������."  .'t'.'t Ih- iteniiliui mill for full min.u,  "��������� Aniil   Cliirii,"   hh III , fnur-M nry-nld I I.AXATIVK  I'.UOMO ('l;t.S*!.\'K,  |,(.nlt  Klunrtle, "I want to iih I; n fin or of  yon."  "Well, wlinI Ir H ���������leiir?" itslced mir  mint,  "When I mow up," e iiiUiiueil the  little iuIhh," will you lmiil me oil" "f,  ymir loui! hIUi'Ih milII I cnu hav.i mine  let   down'."'  llnh���������I wiiuiliir where the money i  iromiii*,* fioiii for thai uev,* i;own of  yniirn','  Wife��������� l-'roin tlui ntiiil. I hope, dear.  I'dbn Korry lo thinl. tlinl you ivurij u  I'Ulllllt'l'l'i'llCI',  f.n* slKiinliii-.*. ol K. W. (iliOVK. Cinroi  a fold in Ono hny.   L'.'e.  Sq i'i mm a an  She- -Villi fl.'1'llll'c', dlHt,**'.ill|'li| hi t|)*|  Opet'll IllHl  lll*.',lll.  He -| t'ouhlu'i kei'p foolliail out ot  my niliid-"iii)vi.'r i nw ko many liit'.(������  bnel.ii niul fi.ilbnrkrt In my lift-!  "Tourli ti'il I lint. (;lllilii|iii|;nr,' imtllo,  yoiin/j; iiiuii.   Tlu'io Ih iiiadttL'*-*- in It."  "Oil, It iloi'im't. follow It'H mud tui*.  eiiiiHti vou wen It fonmltii; ul Ilia  mouth."  A  Un't  limn .*  UrtlilK  1,'enii  III  fi,l)I  (ifilillim   (  lil'IISI'M  HI. 1  VI.  North, South, East, West  mon nnd women aro mibjocttotho numerous ailments caused  by defective or irregular action ot" the organs of digestu n and  elimihation. Headaches, lazy feelings, depression of spirits  aro fir*" I'^^oqu^nooo^o^r] th^.wv^y^fiicltno^ followssf ihe  trouble is not removed. But thousands have discovered that  (Th* Liffitit .Iti* if Anr M**ticln������ In th* WorlJ)  ������ro tliomotit I'cliahln fiurreetlvo, and thi hesL prcvontivo oi' thc.ir* com������  mon (illmi'iit.i. Belter illj'e.siliuii. more rcf-ll'iil Meep, icreatni' slreiifrth.  hrlf*ht''i'������|iiiit a, cli'nrereomplesion-* are given to those who lino oeeaiion-  nlly thin time.Umtoil,homo remedy, liimchnm'n I'llls will no doubt help  you���������It is to your Intor-'.-it to try them-for nil over thn world they  Are Pronounced Best  Pr������P<r������d only by 'I horn*I llieclum, S������. Mtl������n������, I.incnl.lr������, Tlntititi  ,  j^.tili iiinn'mn ia l*,inij< imt IJ, ������. Amrflei.   In lna������������������, 2.i turn, ilii uliWS  I. V>!  o:  ISSU'r-ti   i-.\'. 1  ',*!���������������.'  UV  UIILVi  hi .* tl  lire  Publishing   Company."-._  Tl; U ;,Ui)0i* will'tvt hold' it-ell;  jlioth-  l  ivsnonsiblo io1 the opinions  as may ap.K-.ar in Us columns  "l*S,  fror*. timo to tl'.uti,  \Yi liNKSOAY -J'ULV 22  10)4  KA.YAlMO-HOLDlvN"   '  ������������������������������������ ' ATOUMBERLANI)..,--. .*  J..M. WJE; MATTER of Sand*. Ell-  ciiyr Tyson dm-asi'd, intt-state,--.,."  '"   :" ^Np'Cl.  .IN .T[IRTi[ATTER-of tlui "OtH-  <*.ia]Administrators* Act'.!',  ;  TAKE NOTICE tlVathy order  nt' liis Honor Jud^o Piarki't1,  mado the 5th "/'ay   of   Novoinbei'.  tss.  Jwwaa  11)13, J w  it**   iip  inointed   Ad mini?-  WATEii  NOTICE  \'i)]\ A LI'"..'F.N"C:K   TO TAKi-: ATSTi  11arm* ol' tlu-. KsuUu  ol! thu above-  in (������������������.ft ion od dewnsod, and  all  par-  r-p. wa  M'TICK it hcr.-by ^ivoii  1  hat  Dial  i'i   iNiuniiiiio  Kail  'IIV,    li  f   Y  -iiiil"  ictoiin.  11. C   wi.l a p'y fir a liiori'-i tn u.'uo nnd  o.s*.- U'.O.U'.IO "jid'ous  yer -\ h-mm, ot wol-^v  .mi .'I  Turn  IK'S   l.'1'iJl'l  .1  ������l.l.  ���������h.ll.  uoilii'i'ly   ilir c'.ioi)   tlinju-j'.i  nisi.iiet .ivl o-ap i is n:t.i Slnii  i;i i !*.������ vi 'A iii'l-s wo t  Kiv. r.  lu- water wi 1 he ni  '.VS    )>1     il  XuwonstU-  t!' ot (J.jor-  R-1-'   Qualienm  irt-d ati'900-  lii's  Imviiiir   claim**  twain  st.    tl  u;  snid i.'?iato nro- hm-bv   ri'r.uin.'d to  *l i-  Furnish  ,*atno.  .propoily  vc-rified.  to tm* on or  hai  ore   llu*  IBtl  i day  ��������� Clin from uil'.v.iY r.nd will'be ns'-d  li-r miinr.\ I'.dhvay \u p-.'s-.i; im'the hnd  tlo.sciibt'd m li-iilway K'mlr. ul W,.y. Thi ���������  mii awn- posted o) tiii' gi-iiaul on   the  iplrcati in  Dm'in'.H'r, 1 !.������!.���������}. AND all jmr-  tios indebted to s.id o*>iuW\ aro  vi'i'iiired to pay tin* amount "of  their indebtedness   to ' mo ' Forth  with  Dated this llth day (if Novem-  ne r.  10.11  .���������.Yt: i  ! ,!.-.  ���������f A;���������)���������:]. 19!-I  'llu  ! be il .-il in tho utliu-j 11 the W.ttcr Ri-  V.ctoriu, B. O.    ObiOL'.ious may  coijor ;ii  be lilcd '  wi li '.'-ie  .-..ib llie sh"-lI Wat,'i   lloccirdcr nr  Cotm-itroiler ������f 'Water Rights,  ;i:n*-i s i.-u.ii  i K  s. V  iu-. n i* ii.  G.  >Ol  *.'li:ti  ILTA .NANAl.Ml) HAILWAY  Af pi leant  U. E   ViEASLKY  Ajjent  " my7  WAT  s-r-S-  NOTICE  POR A LLCKNOE TO TAKK AND  USE NYATlili.  Nt'TlCK i.-  hereby { b-on   that Ksqui-  uii t  ix  r-.;ii)-.-imo  IJ. <  U   wi i ,i[jj.  Iv.  '���������uhv-y,  i o rwc tu take and  iig-j I00,i>t)!)ijiil.'iis *>-** >'-l hi.  on of Simdy *.'m-!i, wli'i.-h iio-va in a northerly i i eoUo.i ibrn,,};"i Xo-ioustlo LHs-  .Irie*; mid fnipUca iuio [) ei' Bay, near1  UnscWo 1 Cioislc The \v;it-.i w il be diver  l-tl.a 2150" iip.-tream fr.im Railway iitul  will t-c Bscd fur (itncral .lijilway p-siijXJseE  ���������-(>.i thi: land defioiibcd as Railway Right of  \V^~'i'i"tIs~n^t-oe~'-.'i'*.8-->'.-'8ts:d-oii4_tli6_-  .ground on tho -Vd d y i.f April, 1913.  Tne nfiil'Citiuu \>. tii bo li led in the olliee  of tlio Wator R-.covdi.-r Jit. Yictori-i, IJ. C  * O'-jiietioHh ir.iy- lie lit A with the said  Waiter Jlewxrdar cr n'itli the Uomptioller  id \\'jti-i- Rights,i Vjrlian-.ont Uu IdinuB,  Violori'i, 110.     '  V.SQUIA1\LT & HAKWM011A1LWAX  A'-pli'.-ant  H, E. 11V.ASLKY  i\Kenb  'ip'N' uiyT  ' W. W>*Sr,KY Wll.l.Attl),  OIHcial Adiniiiistrator,  Cumberland, 15. C.  IN   THE  'COUNTY.   COUItT  OF NANAIMO   11 OLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND.  IN THE  iMATTER OF.Dauiel  ���������   ]\ltio.'U) deceased, int^stnto,   who  1 died a'   Cumberland, 1>. C.   on  -June 25th 10IB.  AND  IN THE MATTER of the   '-Olli,  cial Administrators Act.5'  '   TAKE.NOTICE that   by   ordor of His Honor   Judge  Bar kin1,  ��������� ,..,.,   .     made the 5th *day   of November,  :>t   \ letor u. J   * '  1913, I was appointed ��������� Aclnlinis-  of water trator of,the.Estate of the above-  meition'ed'deceased, and ail parties ��������� having claims against- the  said!"estate are hereby required to  furnish   ptxtno,   properly   verified,  to me on or before tlie J3th of De-  i -  jrembe'r. 1913-,.    AND  sill parties  indebted to s;nd   estate,  .*.*tre   ve-  q'uirod to pay the aineunt of their  j indebtedness to me forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1013.  AV. WuSM'TY WlIJ.AKI),  OfHeial Adminislniior,  Ci ra'ierliind, B. C.  WATER* NOTICE  P'QIl A LECKNCK Tv.) TAKE AND.v  TJSB WATKU.       o  is'Oi-rOI'1 ia hcruby given th-it H-qiU-  -iinilt A N.iu'iimo lUilwiy ni "Victoria,  Vi V. will iiiip'y ������m* uliooioi to In'io.nnd  viiir 1(10,000(.'iiBiinn pi>i*'2-.{ liouw, of wator  diiti ol lliiidni* C'ifi!', whiuli tlowB in.n  i.o.'tl.t-rly directidii tUi'ovn;U iSV.RO.ii Dis-  Iriit and cniplicH inti> H-i;>*no Sound ������oar  Ttiiblo U'vcr. Tho \v,ir.*.*r wilt lw tVivortid  lit ll(K)"i>iu������troiiru IVimj Riibvnyanilw.il he  iiKi'il Inr (Jbiioiii) Ruilway I'ttrpoifcH nn the  Wnd rtuM-riboil iw ruiUny rijilit of wnyTliw  notion whi.". podtod oil tlii> (jround wi tho  llrd iUy oS April, liUS. The- aiipliuotion  ni'l lie lijud in Vii* rille-u or Um Witor  ft i-or.liir, Viirtuyi'v, Jl.tb O' jtiations-limy  he lilwl with, the .nil W.'.hir Rocordo:* or  y.-ith In C iir,|*,t,i'ii!lur of \Vy,*ir IIvhIiIh,  I'u'lia.i.irMt liiildirvjfi, Viotoiit, B.C.  ������-l(|l*lMAI'iT A .VANAf MO HALLWAY  H. M,    1SASLBY  A.Hent  VA  THE COUNTY CUUttT OF  NANAlMDFUMiDKS AT  Cli.MtlKKLAXD  JN   TIHC     M.Vr'n?!!   OF   ,hhn  Su-iih ul*-<y.hiinv;u i>s .Bohu Smyth  di'i'.iiiiBOil, in win fo.   wUv ifiud at  Kcid IfIai.i1 ou .Bivly J\ UU3,  AND  !N TICK M'/VBTl'Ui of Hur'-OdCo.iul  A.lin.inl-'.int.tf).',-" Ac*."'  TAKKN'OTIOI-lllml hv   orator  of  INTIIifl  COUNTY   (,'CUilT  OF  v*    NANAIMO-1IOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN T ll B M A TTE K oi Da nid 0' ���������  Uoi-nJl^ftlso known ss Daniel  John O'Connell. rtecoasod, intos-  tatcy who died at Capo Oommer  ell, Eupoi't District on January  26, \v IS.  AND-  IN r HE MATI.'Eli of tbe "Official  Artminwtrnviffa Aoi.w  TAKK NOTICE that hy order of  Ilia Honor  Judge Jlarko.v, made!  line 5ihday of NoveMh*r, 1*5)13, T  was ap{x>ir<let>   AdrrtiiniFinuo** of  ihe EulutcoS Ihs) nbovt- muM'toiiad  sk'cei\f"-r*ilr anci till   partits   Jmvin*.'  chiviiis a{!,arn-8t Hi*   miisl wlabi' are j!  hereby required in furnish   mme  p������operSy vorifiurl, to roe mv or bo- j  ��������� Un������ tha \i>iih  day  of   DosemVier, ���������]  191J-5.   ANl> aLE punits indtbied lo  fitid fc������lolio, iirv rt'juirt'i"!! to pity ihe  ftini)Hti>t ������5 tliuii'  iinliitbii'tluei'B'  to  mo fcrthv-iiLi,  DiiU'iHliH Efitl) .thy cf Kovtfin*  hw, I'Mfc  W. WKSil/W WillittHn  tlO.Tcial AiWniit us.-..  Ciittiborloml, H? <..".  WATER NOTICE  FOCI A S.(WINCE TO TAKB AND  U.SM WATKW  His lL(Mv������r.lii'lBft Kijskef, m*ide|   NwiCT';������, jjw.hy Ki.,(tn thu) V*tV\A  thf .}lh (l'.<yor   Aovcml-ur, lwlu.|h-������m .fc i^uuL.-iu Ii..b'.*.ny, oi vict.-ni., s  1 t\t\A npptiiftlvl  nf the M-stato- ;>f  ilvi iiWvo-taeii  lioued ili'tu-iiHCtl, iiw.it ���������il"* pnriwt-  hiu'im: chivinf-t i>j:;vhi t llw paid  v.-inti.' ,vrt- lvu-vliy ret-fHit'etJ to-fur  tiiditMuwe, pM'jitirly   yarifieil^ to.  me  I"H-i;i;ih.i.|| )  tie** ied������*iit'i.\ lo  o>ud eHlulo, artu-  rei'iiii-H.! io f./iy  t)l'H> iUiKUvnl   of  ll.eil* iii.ti'bt.*.dii������;--> I'ji  trie  ?ovtlh-  with.  On'oil lliih llth liny  oi   Novem-  AituUllMtBliitor pU t'. wi'j ���������li-i^y .^r *������ liu'nw 'io, tulu* i\Yid '  uio IW/^OOOjcill-iia (.cr lit tioi'jri"r i-f ��������������� it''-r j  out of Ho������ Crt-ok, which (I'iiwh in iiiiioit.li-!  nrly dkue'dHi  jliMiiiijli* (iT'iiiiPir l>i*-li*i(il j1  mni Hin-F/iitM iiiin 0'.TO"-t JJirYiOVM',. mnur |  Triii! Hi'vor.   'Itm wn*Jur will '��������������������� ii.*" i *d .,  at ���������SRS-Mi"*- i*i-������-rtr*o������iii Trniii KiiMwnyiinil wilt ij  ������ on or boEiiie tht U-i h day ���������>(���������[>������-' wwiHoi' Uuorn) tt������*dw������*j i>w.r*������������������ ��������������������� L  .ci.ulv.r.twa.   AND nil pay.  ������������������ U������������J ������1*Lfll*d m R������awny W^l -i������J  ' *        VTay.  Vh-iu  iwitroe w^h i-ontt'ii  on tlio 1  U-Toiircd. oiv the 3ri\ liny nl ApriS    |,.M!J. j  Tho ftiipliwl ion witt V������ fi iml jii Uuj i itioc i  f.l tln������ Wiitur fi <onT������������*; r������t Vi'ti.rti, B ('.;  {>'���������;((���������!hum  u'.*i> !/i  i'Anl y;i'b llu** n.iil  Will* r I-vc**--!' > or v itli ihu  ^'iii|������tui U'i  nl Vf������u-j Ki.-.Ut'i t"������iliaitiv.ut  Hit.iM*i^s  iVii'Vr'w.l'.i'-  W.  Will AUD.  \Y;..-i.*  \ >lfo:\ ni r-d v.u 11 it*tr al or,  |4 -DHflUOHT at "Joe Waiket*'s'?  |Sleui England Hotel, and in Bot*  =���������������������������-t4es=at=ali=J:ha^|ioigls  ���������  A Most Healthy   Beveridge   and   made  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  mmmmmmvmmsmmm  &������&-������*&���������&-&  iSi'^^SSiJ^^^^S.^^^^  pntig ������rwr  ��������� i  faSMfaail'L-Mmr*^  Anything yon want  and whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of thing's wc, print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  tamtsm**'****.  LKTTKIlllIiADS  .111 U,l WADS  KNVKI.Ol'flS  PAMPIILMTB  CATAIiOCU'KS  MKN1JS  llI.OTTMItS  ' nODCiKUS  POSTICUS  KIUIMMNt; TAGS  VISIT!NO OAIiDS  IIUSTNESS OAItDS  \VHbIUi\(; iiTATIONKUV  HALL IMKHJltAMMKS  KTC, KTC,  KTC.  r.>Kjl,'lMAU:.-V BC.V.8I-UMi��������� IMIf.ft'A\  A|ij)t<o*tnt  U, IS. IWAHKMY  THE CUMBERLAND  NEWS ���������THE NEWS, CmiBEIlLAXI). B.. C.  in  THROUGH SEL  IMMENSE   ENGINEERING   FEAT  UNDERTAKEN   AT   ROGERS'  PASS   -"  5  IS  l-t-  300  MILES AN   HOUR  Latest  Science  The  PROBLEM  OF, ASSIMILATION  New Location for the Lir.c Will Sho  en-CP.R.   Route  by ,Four   Miles-  Work   Involves the  Expenditure ,of  -Over Ten Million "Dollars...  ��������� In Uie vast 'amphitheatres formed  by the ranges ,of perpetually "suow-  elad mountains which surround the  pass oPthe Selkirks,' modern science  ������������������today is piti'rg its wits.against the  ' titanic forces of ��������� nature. A tremendous conllict is being waged in the  vallevs on either Side, of the summit  ' whei'o the -primordial has held sway  for countless ages. .  Brains i.nd brawn, backer, hy modern machinery, modern methods and  scientific crgi-Jiizntion, are combining  to circumvent the elements. Huge  iron-mammoths, are' scooping out  earth rock in enormous mouthftils,  ami I powerful  explosives are  rending  "lho Innermost recesses of the hills to  serve the needs of a ti'ansconlinontal  railway system aud to permit, of the  ��������� onward march of progress.  The' new location for the line will  shorten tho route by four miles.. Tho  enterprise is officially known ns Ihe  Kogors' Past* tunnelling scheme, and  the work ' and related improvements  ���������will involve Uie expenditure of more  than $10,000,000. The tunnel wiy  iiike rank as the longest railway bore  in America. The Hposa'c tunnel on  the Now .York Central line is the  longest al present, being just Jour  and three-quarter miles  through.  Since the Canadian Pacific railway  lirst opened" its transcontinental line  through the mountains of. British Co-  ��������� lnmbia it has spent millions of dot-  . lars' in  protecting .and  renewing its  tracks on extra locomotives used' to  - haul trains up the heavy grades and  iii coping ��������� with the snowfalls * and  other physical handicaps which keep  a large force of men and a large  amount of expensive equipment busy  nearly all the year. At Rogers' Pass  close' to the summit of the> Selkirks,  ' the company maintains large engine  sheds, shops, snow plows and outfits  ready for service on both sides of the  Selkirk range.  The engineer spent two years seeking a favorable location for a tunnel  Ihrough the Selkirks. The C.P.R.  decided' on the Rogers' Pass tunnel  undertaking     and ' .relating"-   double-  . tracking work last. spring, preliminary   operations   being    started-, last  ��������� 0 umo.  * The contractors, Avho have in hand  the  tunnel -scheme  are  applying  an  - entirely how' method in tunnel piercing,   tii'cy  are ''projecting    what  is  ' known as a "pioneer bore.", - This is  a small, preliminary shaft,"seven l'eet  ��������� by     nine,' * which    will .parallel tlie  ���������-cour-se-of��������� the���������mairu���������tunnel���������fifty���������lecL  -. distant and will bc bored from both  ends at, the same time.' The idea is  quite in "the nature of an experiment  and was'decided upon only after careful calculation and- mature., consideration. '  One of the principal reasons for  the adoption of the new plan was tho  fact that the Canadian. Pacific wished to have the big undertaking finished by. December 31, 1!)1G, threo years  and a .half from the time the work  - "was started. Iiuilding a passage live  miles lo'ng Is a lengthy process in the  ordinary way, Only a limited mini-  br.T of ir.cn ���������can work in tho heading  tit. one time1 and delays constantly occur on account of blasting and other  causes. "  <  With the ' pioneer" boro the work  will be greatly facilitated.* Side shafts  will bo'.excavated leading into tho  course of the main tunnel and drill-  ci*k will thus bo onnblcd to attack a  number of points nt once. ��������� While  blasting is proceeding In ono part of  tho shaft Iho workers will bo ablo  to continue their activities In another,  ��������� instead of having to coaso work each  time n shot; in llrod us would bo lho  cuse wllh the one bonding. Tho nnmo  applies to tho excavation pnrl of tho  work. Linos or enrs loaded with material -enn ho kept eon 11 nun Ily In ma-  Lion from tho various drifts which  would not ho' poHslblo woro fho operations concentrated all at one pari,  Another great advantage Is the fuel  Ihnl. tlm "pioneer" boro wlll net iih a  ventilating shaft, enabling lho pits-  mi go of a -urront of' air through two  boron and lho connecting piihbiiroh. If  will al ho servo a permnnunl purpose  In tho sumo connect ion 'on the coin-  liiotlon ,of the main tunnel.  Tho tunnel oporntlonf* hnvo a decidedly human Ij'te'Otilslilo. Willi per-  Hplriillon dripping from tholr llghlly  chid bodies, (he drill mon mny ho  Hcon t'ltliiily proceeding with tholr nl-  Intloil liif-kH. puylng llltlo hoed (o lho  HlgnlllcitiK'O of I heir work.  Thn work hi purniioil In much Ihu  Hiinio wny ns In Um levels of it mine.  Hti'i"'H urn di'lvon nnd lioloti uro  hui'i'd wllh uli* tlrlllH. chmgen toy uud  i.>:plt>di><] und tho Hhulforoil umtorliil  pinned on curs ninl run out nlon-a- narrow guugo tram linen. Klotc.rli* fun a  keep it I'uri'onl. of uir In cliviiliitluii  removing lho iIiihI. from lho iIi'IIIh nnd  (louring lho uttnuHplicrri of the pola-  otiuUR kuhph from blunting.   ���������  Story   of   Miracle   of  o Comes From France  London Standard, and Express  devotes considerable room* to describing "the latest, miracle of science;'.' as  shown- in a  very secret  building'-- in  the city.  , Emile ���������  Bachelat,  Frenchman,, long   resident- in   Airier  ica, is said to have produced a. railway system, permitting of a speed of  300^ miles an hour, 'l\& cars are made  pf .steel? with aluminum base.    This  metal, ��������� suffering, magnetic, repulsion  by    electricity   magnets,    which are  situated  under  the  track,  holds  the  cavs suspended in the air.    A .series  of tunnel shaped solenoids along, the  track,  which  are  success!vly  electrically magnetized, pull tbe suspended  ca rat a terrific speed.  '  This  typ  of    car    is intended  for  goods and "mail traffic, Bachelat contending that the cost of carriage for  300 would would be a cent per pound.  The cost of laying tho track would  be   $25,000   a  niile" plus   $60,000   for  power bouses at each hundred miles.  The  passenger cars  would'lie  fitted  with    propellors    and  motor  similar  to aeroplanes. ���������  London to Manchester in 48 Mln.  Tho. invent or.suggests that il. will  he possible to do the present journey  from London to Manchester,in forty-  eight minutes, instead of four hours,  while the eight and a half hour journey consumed in tho ��������� journey ��������� from  London to Glasgow can bo r/duce-1  to seventy-five minutes-  Experiments with largo si/.ed models so impressed railway experts, that,  Bachelat was offered the use of a circuit within' five miles of London to  fully and --practically test the invention, -which represents 20 years' experiments. The Express editorially  admits that the principle of the invention form material for an Arabian Nights or a Jules .Verne novel,  rather than t.hepi'osaic circumstances  of a commercial undertaking. *  "Il is impossible to estimate the  effect of the invention if, as pro)>  able, it bears practice tesls on, a  large scale successfully,, the . very  idea will alarm., the linverous and  cause the ultraconsorvatlve'to dream  a nightmare. It may seem madness  to some and blasphemy to others, but  unless the expectations are falsified a  new era has-begun.  Toronto Correspondent of The Times  '   W.rites on, the Americanization.  ,    of  Canada  The  Toronto correspondent of  the  London Times contributes'an article  of a column and a half in length,' en-  OF IHE MR  SPIRITUAL   HEALING  is,  M  ani>.,.,old titletls -The Americanization of Can  ada," in which what.he calls tbo "imperial problem" is ' described. ' The  correspondent' asks: "Do the British  people understand and rolled upon  imperial problems in their complexity to Canada?" it seems to be the  fashion, he say*, in Great Britain to  regard Canada as bound to the moth-*  erland by historic tradition, by long  association, by common interest, avd  continent. Probably ---these elements  are inspired by Canadian patriotism,  but the enormous * influx of ���������, immigrants has created new conditions  and problems. Is' it certain that ,they  can be moulded into a common devotion- to the empire? Can tljeyneyer  be' attracted by a vision of an independent Canadian republic?"  The correspondent in support of his  argument-.that there Is a movement  to Americanize Canada, draws' atU-n-  tloir to newspaper service which relegates British news .to the : background in favor of items from America, thereby proving that he is dealing with a newspaper condition in  Canada of ten years ago and not of  today, because every Canadian newspaper is now giving moro attention  to British news, for its news value,  than* they are devoting to news from  the United States.  ���������'We are all passive' imperialists,  says the correspondent, of. the Times,  "but tliero are elements in Canada, fo  which an appeal against imperialism  can. bc .made, who know no mother  country." '      ��������� ,'  ISSIONARY       DESCRIBES       THE  TRAITS   OF   THE   ESKIMOS  IN THE ARCTIC CIRCLE   "  ae-  we  na-*  un-  was  jniiij-,  infanti-  all  kinds of  APRIL  FOR  WAR  Tuberculosis .in Dairy Cattle .  In the United Kingdom an" effort is  being made, by law to stamp out tuberculosis in-cattle. Speaking at- a  meeting of the British Dairy Fanners'  association, Sir Sydney Pocock", the  representative of the association on  the committee which administers the  new   tuberculosis   (animals)   act,   re  ported  with  regard   lo  the  Many. American Conflicts Have Been  Started in That Month  A historical coincidence was discovered at Washington, on April.2t  in that the Atlantic fleet was due to  reach: Tampico on the "sixteenth anniversary of the declaration of war  with Spain, April 21, 1898.,  . The Spanish war was-actually declared by* passage of-a'joint resolution' in congress April 25, but the declaration was antedated to be of effect  on April 21���������congress declaring that  war had .existed since Ihe 21st, when  President  McKinley's   ultimatum    to  SpainTvas rejected^--���������. ' -  ��������� 11. was also noted that the Revolutionary war began April 19;' the Mexican war April 24, and the Civil war  on April Mr -. *'       ���������   ..    '  Governor Victor M. JLocke, of the  Choctaw nation in Oklahoma, -who  was in Washington on . (flat ��������� "day and  who some years ago was" one of the  leaders in what was" known as, the  "Locke war," >vhich was only sup-,  pressed after the United States'  troops had been sent from "Fort Sill to  put down the uprising, asserted that  every great Indian war had been  started in April/ or in' tho spring, of  the year.  statistics  that .were to hand on-their invsl.iga-  tions up to the end of September last  to the  effect, that out of 8,162 cows  that were tested only 220 sample's of  milk were found'to be    tuberculous.  After  the  way  the,  public had" been  cautioned by scientific    men  against  drinking milk which might be affected, and" generally frightening .them, it  was   tho". duty  or  the  association .to  disillusion their minds, as it was not  very terrible after all taking into consideration" the fact that it had not jet  been proved that- the milk from a cow  with a tuberculous udder could transmit, Uie disease uto human beings, .lie  considered   the "  public   . had     been  frightened   unnecessarily. ���������' The   costl  of administi'f.lioh, and  compensations j  paid amounted to   ������11,998, of which  only   ������3,246 was    for    compensation  when the animals had been \slaught-  ���������eredT-which���������was���������a���������vei^y���������inadequate  amount  to  compensate  the    farmers  according  to  the  scale  fixed by  the  board of agriculture.  Does Not Think That There is a Future   Foor  the   Extreme   North   Country,  Except as a  Fur-Bearing   Region���������Describes  Blonde  Eskimos.  -V'Wheu   Stefansson,  the  Arctic  explorer, declared    he 'prefers  the Eskimo'who  bus  not  been  spoiled  by  civilization,' lie made a statement regarding  the  'spoiling'   which   is  not  supported- by facts," said Archdeacon  i Whittaker" who, with a" party of nine,  left Edmonton on Hay 1 for the Anglican mission fields of the far north.  Ilo will bo stationed at Fort MoPher-"  son, at the mouth, of the Mackenzie  river.  "Let me  show what has  been  complishcd," !5e continued. "When  began  mission  work  among  tbe  lives of the Arctic Circle country,  der Bishop Stringer, the Eskimo,  ferribly ��������� degraded.  Poly*,  cido. theft,  murder and  things wore loo common.  Immorality  was such that it cannot be mentioned.  The Eskimos were made even  worse  by the presence of American whalers,  who carried on an illicit, liquor traffic.  Things "were in bad  shape  20  years  ago. "...  ' But now look at tho change. The  Eskimos have taken readily lo religious teachings, .'.nd three-fifths of the  500 natives at the Mackenzie river  delta have been baptized. They-are  carrying on services during our absence, and truly the change has been  revolutionary.  "Stefan sson's accounts of the - Eskimos are most reliable .where the explorer's observations are concerned,  but when it .conies to a .matter-of  judgment he is something' at fault."  The Eskimos, according to the  archdeacon, are well supplied with  boats, some of them have craft capable of carrying loads or'four or, five  tons. ' Most of them arc now maki-.g  a living by catching fur, and it is not  an unusual thing for an Eskimo to  make as much as 51,500 by this  means during..the sea'son. Few of  them understand' English. The prevailing language is an Eskimo jargon,  which' the whalers learn rapidly.  Asked as to the future of the vast  hinterland beyond the 60t,h parallel  of latitude, Archdeacon Wliiltake:*  said there havo been so many wonderful changes in the west during tho  last 20 years that he 'would not venture even a guess as to what is likely to take plaec in the next few  years. ' " *'*   *-���������"  "But,",., he added," "1" do, not think-  there is a future for the ., extreme  north, except "as a fur-bearing region.  If the animals are conserved, so much,  the better. There is* little restriction  on_ the catching of fur, at- present.'  TlTFl'jSin"nros���������al-ie���������betf"erTin~this���������respect than the Indians.    We got Ihe  HAS GREAT FAITH  WESTERN CANADA  AN     AMERICAN    WRITER   TELLS  OF, THE.WONDERFUL   PROGRESS  BEING  MADE  Neglect    of     Medical     Treatment  Howevar, Deprecated, in-  Report   Presented"  The   report  of  the   committee    on  spiritual   healing   or   fakir cure,   ap-  pointed'by a" conference of tl.e clerical and "medical professions, has been  issued in Lon.loji.   The committee included the Dean of -Westminster, Sir  Bryce Duckworth,, the Dear: of Dur- Frederick Foster Writinn in an Amer-  ham. the Dean of St. Paul's, Sir Dbug- "���������������������;���������������- poster, viimng in an Ame*>  las Powell aud .be renowned alienist, lcan Magazine, Describes the Rapid  Sir Clifford Allbutt.   ���������'       ���������*       ' Development of the Canadian We:f  ��������� The report distinctly affirms the ���������"Pioneering de Luxe.'  efficiency *uf spiritual or menial pro: Frederick Foster, member of Ohio  cesses in the aid or cure ot lunction- Historical and Archaeological Society  al diseases,. Ihe member.- of ihe aml NaUonal -ccognphJc Society,  committee declare their belief in says, In-a recent Issue'of an-Araeri-  prayer and the" exercise of-the Divine  can". ma.vav������"nc-... ''  power   in   oenformity   with   .natural   "������\vi,en i lirst began going Into the  law   while, however, deprecating the  c���������nai���������an wcst on t0lIrs of Investiga-  neglect of. medica   treatment.        _        lion   *,  often  welcomed lho s-mpHest  lliey consider that spirit mil minis- dlvers,on which     , ht break* tlie raon.  tration should   be recn--.iw.rcl equally  ot     , of UlQ       ,      or   ho sUllucss oI  with  medical   minis ration, ns carry- lhe f0Vesl. A moose crashing through  ing   Cods  blessing   to    he   stclt.     It  Ulp  trees   lho. i101lklllg    o{  a   wutcr  is on tins account thai they desire   ojrow,   0VC11 lh(? sourrving ot-a so,,her,  seo increased importance *.Utached to | tliroURh lhe Kra8S Bave a]1 been sweet  j spiritual ministration., as , a contnbu- j ontci.tailimont.      Hut   u   is   lim"erent  ���������lory means towards recovery.     H"-'>., 110W;, 0ld joe Boyd, up at Giscombo  Portage,in  British Columbia, express-  H  ���������M  -i  however, strons-ly deprecate Independent treatment of disease by irresponsible   and   timjualiilpd   persons.  BIG  DIVIDENDS   IN  DIAMONDS'  Colonia  many  FINDS   NEW   EDIBLE "MUSHROOM  Eminent    French    Botanist    Evolves  Fine  Specimen  From  Wild  Fungi  '   Prof.     JMnlriichot,  French  botanist, litis  evolving ti now and  mushroom.    It  J-.ns  from  the wild  Hingi  the woods In tlio Into  A number woro planted in lhe  cellars of fho Paris observatory  tho     eminent  succeeded    In  delicious edible  been   cultivated  which grow In  autumn months.  vast'  arid  Mining ... Company   of   Ger-  Has Pah: 11,200, Per Cent.  '*���������   .in Fpur Years  The Colonial Mining Company will  pay I'or 1013 a dividend of only 2,500  pel* cent,, compared with ".,800 per  cent, for the previous year.  Tho company, wiiich is still a-dc,  despite sua I', a radical cut, to pay tV-  largest dividend of nny German"eu-  tcrprise, is the original corporation  formcO to exploit tho diamond discoveries in German Southwest Afri *a,  and, including the dividend now to be  declared, will have paid in the four  years of Us existence total dividends  of 11,200 per cent.  Its foil nil or, lion* Slimoli, then division superintendent, of u railway in  tlio colony, has risen in these fow  years from simple railway official to  one of Germany's big multl-iiillllor.-  aires..  by careful trculmont a mushroom  war, developed' which grows all the  year round. The stem Is eight Inches  high nnd tho head four lo nix Inches  In diameter.  Tlio now variety has been given Iho  name of "Iricliolonu*. huditni." Its fluv-  or In niofll delicate and onptlva'.ing,  iind tlio color of the niein a or the  first Hiieclmons olilnlni'd wiih a purpl-,  lull blue, but this In gradually dlHtip"  pciiting under bxteiitlod cultivation.  MILITARY VIEW  General  Otter on  Canada  -  Replying lo l.ho  ftilian  of  Spanish  Navy to be neconctructod  Admlrnl Mlriimlii, nitnlnter of murine, Iiiih tabled a bill providing for un  minimi credit ol' J7.200.000 ovor a per-  iod of nine yenrn lo bo lined exclusively In tlu building of wiirslilim.  I'ii dor tlio iu'ovIhIohh of lho bill lt  \Mlh   IllUluil'U   in   Ui'W.lup   iliu   .)|l,ilili,U  ur i*nalt*, ro ������'���������< t" '���������.void hnvlnr-* tn w:-o  forMgn builders In coiiHtriinllni*- lint-  tloHhliiH. Tho mlnlHlor of tnurhio ox-  poi'ls that, a battleship fo be In Id  down In 1!H7 will lm built, ontlr-'Iy  liy Hpnriliii'dii und with Rjmnlsh unit-  *.*, IIM.I.  Japan Wlll be There  Tlm Jaimnofio government Iiiih in-  formed tlio uliito dP'wrUuoiil ,'it,  WiiBhlrmloii t.lmt It Iind tipproprlut-*,1  $;:o:i,:i������2 for pnrtlclimtlon by the .Tun-  ���������meRe wnrnltl|i!i In lhe Interim!Innnl  naval review to ba hold nt Hampton  nofiilf* early In 1 HI fi" anil In tho trip  ihrough tho Pniininti cunul to tho Pan-  fttnti-l'itcilic oxpoKltlou at Sun Kni'.i-  cleco.  FORES"1"   WASTE   FELT  ABROAD  Destruction ot American TreeB Drlnfj  ProblJm  to  Manufacturere  of  Germany  The st ondlly progrusHl'iig dost ruction of American i'di'crIh bus miide  HtU'lf iiiipli'iiimiitl.v fell by lhe, (lur*  mnn,!pencil and vohlt-li. Industrie*"-.  Ile.l cedui', which tho (Jin'iniyi pencil fuclorliiH pot chiefly from TeniU'H-  nee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky uud  Texitii, In growing m Hi'tirc-i thnt lhe  (lilci'tlon of ii pnSHlblc --iih'itltiili* litis  lieciiiiii. iiciile.  Tlie en re In Ihe iiiiiiu> tin In hickory.  For more than twonly-llvo yearn tho  nermiin army Iiiih bought In A morion  the hickory Inr tbe uuikiich of lin gnu  c.iirrlnges. Tlin eitrrlugc und nulo-  mobile ImlitHiry ulno is rtopnudont lu  large nieiiHtiro on u niilfilcuiit nupply  of thi*- lough but elanllc wood and ll  now nppearH thnt llu ro. wlll bo no  hickory nvnliable lu it few yeiii'H  ^>i,wl>0 rui Ncitwii Lullcr  .', ]/ll(*r Avrllli-u In r-i'jiiember, ISOr,,  by Lord Nelnnn to I'.ndy Ilnmllton  from hln llngHhlp tho Victory, brought  $1,0GO ul fho nulo of thu J. 1*:, Ilodk-  kin iititoi-riiph leticr uml hlBloilcnl  document collection. Tho lot lor,  vilmrn in nm* vii ���������.in-, ".-..-.l !>������ 'nnutr, ���������������*,  not, Included In the collection of Lord  NolHon'B lottem io Lndy Unnilltnn,  liiiblliilied In 1811, but a hitler in lho  coljoctlon written tho following day  refern lo tl.  A collection of mnnuHprlptt't (tu*to:  graph leilM's ant] ilneiiinenfa nml en-  UnivlngH illtihlrating lho curocr of  d'Hon do Honttmont, thn chevalier  who, during the eighteenth century,  nonetl tilternntely at a man nud a  womnn, iv/.* tiold for WAh  Unpreparednens  for War  tonsl. of Ihe "Can-  Milillti," af tlio Hoynl (.'renail-  lers sergeants annual dlnnnr at Toronto, Major tlciinrnl Sir Wm. Otie.r  made some ntrong slntements In regard to the unprepiirod stale of Can-  ada In caso of externnl dangor."  "I look for (lunger iToni wltlioul,"  said r.ifuiirul Oiler, "und sonnor or  Inttor that danger will como..Ah w>  sland at pri-sent we are totally imiu'e-  liureil. Wo arc lucking lu nutiibern  und wo are lucking In nink-iiul and If  pro|*ni*iitlun In not niado and con-  linueil In u dellnlle milliner wo nh-ill  noine day or oilier be caught, and we  I'hull lotto our Idenlliy nn a iiullnh"  Eskimo to see the benelil of. avoiding  early trapping/'and he^vill not set his  traji's until after November 1, -when  the fur is good and.fetches" top prices.  On the other hand, the Indian, as  soon as he sees a mink or fox, will  set his trap and kill, -no matt .'r what  the time of year." ,  Archdeacon Whittaker told of the  efforts of W. Henry Fry, ono of his  missionaries, to reach the people popularly known as tbo "Blonde Eskimo's," who live a thousand miles  east of llerschell Island in what is  known as Victoria Land. Mr. Fry  and n party of nine covered GOO miles,  but, bad to turn back on account of  ice nml lack of provisions. The' Archdeacon says the Eskimos aro not  really blonde, which in u. newspaper  appellation, although  undoubtedly havo a  blood in their veins,  in European clothes,  for Englishmen,  Archdeacon V/hllInker begun his  labors among the Esklnlon In lSDfi.  IIIh wife, a sister of the wife of  Bishop Lucas, followed hlni threo  years later, He was stationed at.  Fort McPherson for llvo .warn, llion  at iloracholl 1 sir.ml for flvo yours, and  then ngaln at Fori, McPherson for an-  yeurs, with furloughs in-  lie wns ucconipnnloil lo  post by    Mit.  WhitlakU".  The Horseshoe  It.   is   not   particularly    difficult,  to  guess, why  lovers of horses cam-? tn  adopt   the   horseshoe   as   a. talisman  i against misfortune. Horses were held  I to ��������� be  especially ��������� susceptible"   to  the,  ' machinations  of  witches:.    It 'precau-  ! tions were not taken these mischievous- creatures  would ride  the horses  at dead of night over the hills, and  when the owner came to, Iho-vstables  iu tho tuornii-g he would find his animals in a, lather iind utterly exhausted.    A  horseshoe   placed    over  tho  stable doer was believed to ward'off  such evil.   ���������  There is no superstition move deeply ingrained in all classes or society  ���������Uiaiiothat <*hicli per'.ains lo the horse  shoe. As an tmblem of good fortune  it holds ;u-ide of place. Nelson did  not disdain lo nail a horseshoe to tl.e  mast of tho Victory.. In the early  part of the ��������� nineteenth century the  horseshoe was highly prized, and  there were few mansions whero it  was not displayed, while humbler*  folks were at great pains to fasten it  over tlieir doors.  In Greece and Rome horses were  not shod'. The ancients were content with wrapping fiLcr cloth round  the feet of their horses'in cold "weather.1 or when it was necessary to pass  through miry districts. Instead of devising horseshoes, they turned ' their  attention to hardening the hoofs of  their mounts. Nero, however*- who  over' strode to out-distance^ bis contemporaries, caused bis horsj.s-lo be  shod with silver,, but no .nails were  driven with silver, bul: no nails wcra  shoeing horses by driving nails into  the hoofs was introduced into England by William' IheyConquoror, ..but,  ���������for_poiitiiries_tlic_nrac-tice_di(LiLOt-Kain-  inuch headway. ���������  . The,Indians, who had no superiors  as horsemen, never thought "of shoeing, their mounts in any way, and yet  they wore' capable of performing remarkable journeys over the most .lif-  ficnlt country Even at the present  day in Japan the modern horseshoe  finds a strong*competitor in .the old-  fashioned Bandale made of straw,  which are fastened to the horses'  hoofs, verv much as ,thoy might, be  feet.  ed the present conditions in this  fashion. *I have just got to bunt new  trappin' grounds-, tbe settlers are  coming in here so fast even muskrat  is gotten lo be a. stranger.'" ���������  The trek of Western Canada began  in  earnest about a  dozen  yeitrs ago  and followed closely lho lines of tbe  then one existing railway, but coincident with the building of two moro  transcontinental   railways,   the   immigration  increased  until    it    has now  reached the enormous total of virtually half million persons a year, largely from Great, Britain and the United -,  Slates, not. to mention the vast movement from Eastern Canada    to    the  west. "The lure, or properly speaking  lures,  are .identical to    those  which  peopled our own prairies   First, land;  second,  merc.Mile opportunities  created by the cuI".ivation���������of the land.  The difference in the development of  our middle west and .the development,  of Western Canada lies largely in the  difference of,time, and for this  reason  it is  but  natural   that' Western  Canada's  development    K    relatively  faster..   The  opportunities  there    at  present arc precisely the same as tha  opportunities which    existed    in Central  United  States    thirty    or * forty  years ago, but the means, of converting  these  opportunities * into  money  are infinitely better .as may. be realized when one pauses to consider tho  vast improvements  whicli  have been,  made    in     transportation     facilities,  farm   equipment  ai.d- business   appliances during that period.  There is no pioneering in Western  Canada as our fathers and fj rand fa tilers understood the word; instead its  pioneering de luxe; pioneering via  transcontinental- trains vorsus ox  carts; tungsten lights verso, candles;  steam ploughs versus the hoc; merchandising versus trading.  1   never  take  a, trip  into  Western  'the  somo of them  strain  of  whlto  and. If dressed  might ho taken  to a man  other   five  tervenlng.  his far-off  They   will  l'OL't, nnd   1  ciipying two moiilhn,  havo a  motor boat of -If"  1   foot buiiiii, the-  (rip  oc-  PURCHASE   CONGO   FREE  Plantations,  STATE  Rubber  Fame,  Making Conl Hard  Espc'i'lnn'iils* hy the gmuriiiiioni, of  SiiHkulchi'wnii In the cnrboiil/.liig of  the Hol't, conl which itlxiiiiulii In lho  (Hull-let are bollig i-f-niliu'loil nt. tlm  lowtrof Eiiievun, According to II.  Amleinou ('iimornu. roinmli'tiloiUT for  fho KhIovu.i board of Iruik1, tho re-  Bitlin of thu tent nro proving highly  Biitlnfuctory uud it In evpeH.d Ihnl In  a nhorl lime lhe enrboiil'/.eil conl will  bo plnceil on lho market, II. In expected ihnl, II, wlll neli for nbout !}&" a  foil, Uv tho oiirhoiilKlnK procetis the  conl In'mndo much linrdei*. than ll In  In thu orli'lnltl ntnle nnd ll.n vnluo for  fuel piirpoHOH In brougbi, It is mild, to  \\\o       "I'll'il'M'-l      Of   PnimnylVfltlln    fillffl  ooiil. Ui'knietleH will nli*(i be niitini-  fiicltired under the new iii-ice***-.--  Frco I'riiHH.  of Disgraceful  Are Likely to be Plneed  on Market  llnontii-o of llie ."rent coat Mint in  now Involved In Hi-' iiiriiilniiiinco. lhe  Congo Free Sl.ue, the rubber plunli-  IIouh of which enriched .'tin] illBgiiie-  ed King Leopold of Di'lglnui, Ih Io be  Hold by llie llelgluni giiveriimoill, nolo private advice*-;' Hint hnvo  P.irln,  regarded an ceilaln l hat  will lnl.'e iidvnniiigfi nf llie  priority, given her In llu> recent ugreemen'. ulnde wllh (Iron!  llrlliilii uud Cermiiny, .'iml will add  the African terrilniy to Hh colonial  j-iohhchhIoiih by becoming Hie inn'chnn-  or. Tho lnfnrmutlo;i tin lo llie ili'd-  niuii nf the lii'iglnii govt niiiuiit, Is believed to lie nn Intlinnloii lo France  lo buy. The iilrocliloH |iei|ielr,iU;il  on ihe nutivei,,lo compel thom to rolled the rubber l������ provide King Leu-  polil with th" fiibiiloiiH vveullh he  wauled upon bullel iliincurft, formed a  iicuiidul Ihnl  ntlrrcii lho cutIro civil-  Do   Light   Rays   Develop   Germs?  Dr. ltoux, director of the Pasteur  Institute in Paris,, read the other  day, at-tho Academic dos Sciences, a  note by Mme. Victor llciirl who, with  her husband, specializes in the study  of ultra violet rays, describing lho  effect of existing microbes to tho  rays.      ' <>  A prolonged and carefully regulated exposure lo lhe ultri. violet, rays  of unthrn.x microbes resulted in tin  doaLh of some of lho microbe**, but  others mirvivocl, nnd wero completely fransfoimeil In regard lo shape, becoming round instead of long, und  when un rnimnl wan lnoccnlnted 'the  (riiiiHfoi'incd microbes' cauned nn Ml-  nosn of air entirely different natiii"'  from noniiiil anthrax, being of a  toxic chiiructer. hul not Hoptleaemk'.  Dr, Hniix conclutleil that those ox-  perlnicnln lead one to ask If different microbes !i*ivo not been evolved from a limited number of prlml-  live fornm under tlie notion  of light.  Thin would conlrndlcl. the common I inanv  Idea Mint, noxloun   germs    are to be  warred nguinst ��������� by cxponuro to nun-  light und nlr  cording  leuelieil  It. In  l^rntu'o  right nf  From the Farm to the Tabic  In utilizing Die piii'i'el pent tin u  liieiinn nl" bringing producer and con-  Hummer logolhor It Inn ncceniiury pre-  llnilnnry that liifonuulion lm iivnll-  uble rcganiltig whul the ono elimn bun  in oiler und what lhe other ileslrei-i  lo pitfcluine. A pruellenl utep lu Hi In  hitler illieclliiii linn been lukon by  Hie iioiiliimtiH'r of Uouton, Mukh. Hi*  Iiiih luul prepnreil nnd clri'iilntcil ium*-  oral liuiidreil coplen of u lb.t of furin-  cin who nro ready lo -iHti'Muiti* Hiclr  produi'lH by ineniiH of Hie parcel ponl.  Till,* llnl linn the KiU'i'i'Stlvc title  of "From lhe Furin lo the Tiihlc,"  uml il cIiihhIIW'b lire pnnluco- offered  liinler ii|ipl<i|il'luti.' heiidlil,i*ii. Tlm llu-  liicillati; 1'i'hUllH of till- lU-lieille have  niilinlleil Hie ponlmiiHter Hint, il will  prove miewiHHful, iniiny ciihcs of ill-  i(-it dealing having already  Toronto World.  traTilraa-witrwunireingnrmazeanat-  jji-ogress being made.   I ":nvc recently  seen model towns of three, four and  live thousan(". people which.did notJ'o.x-  ist  five  years  ago;    Less  than   two  years  ago   I   had   occasion   to  go '-to  Central  British Columbia. After leaving the railway I was obliged to lloat  down lhe Fraser river on a scow covering more than three hundred miles  in     six  days;   thoa.T .spent; itnother  week   travelling  by   pack   train   into-*  the1 Stuart rlvor valiey. On the entire  journey   1   passed   Ihrough   but  ono,  small village and  the country,  somo  of the richest in agricultural possibilities, limber and minerals of any in  North America, was but sparsely settled,    A  few  weeks ago I  made the  same trip, hut. instead of going down  the Eraser on a scow, T went all the  way from Winnipeg on ns lino a train  as one may wish.    Hallway conslrrc-  lion camps which had punctuated my  Journey   two   years   ago   have  j-lven  place lo thriving towns where   mor-  chants arc getting rich supplying tho  thousands of farmors, lumbermen and  miners wllh tl.e same brands of goods  Mint may lie nnreliaspil in Winnipeg,  Chicago and Boston.   1 cnniiot speak  of Ihese settlors an Immigrants, nor  yel, as  plouoeiH  for  lho  word  Immigrant  nociiis   lo' imply  gunny   racks  und  garlic,  while  pioneering hai*. become  synonymous  wlt'i   hinlslilps.  I  cannot  hnrmnnlzo   the    word   Immigrant will' lhe Town former who sold  his farm I here mid brought $*l'i,o0o tn  niKli wiih hlni to lho Sl.nuil river valley, nor do I llilnk a mini undergoes  hnrdnlilpH in muling an uncongenial Job nnd a (our room lint. In a  crowded  city   for  u   bnnlnei'H  of  liln  own mid ii uiodern bungalow In n new  con nt ry   where  lie  ioceivo*i  lho  lini-.i--  liiill   ������������������e<ip>.   by  Innlni-'H.  -n.-l.l  NEW NATIONAL PARK  Set  iMIn-.ty-fli/c Sntiarr. Mller*. Are  Aide In British Columbia  An order-iU'CouncIl ban been puss-  cd not ting nnhlo nn a nutlonnl park  un area of ninety-live n'witrn nillnn.  locutod within the railway belt of  UrlllHli Columbia, and In tlio vicinity  of Ml. IlevelHtoke, Tho park will ho  known an tho Itnvclstoko Nuiionul  lmrlc. It will border on Hie llllelllo-  wnct river. It poHt-icu-eH Hiiiking na-  tural bounty. Including Kinder**, grout  inoiintulu ponltn uml wai������.'i-f*lls.  The Earthquake City  Ciilunln Ium a population nf tlii,ouu,  nnd In iho largest, city in Hicily-    It  lies lo tho .-ioiitli of McHiilna on the  eunt  coiihI.    Kver  nlnce   Hh  foiindu-  ll.,.;      1,1      lit'        *";>'li      II      I.,,..      1,1   ,���������,,      vll'.'l  freiiucntly hy larlluitJiikcH.������������������ In UI  A.n,, ll wan partly destroyed by un  uruntlon of Mount Ktun, In llfi't, H  miffored neverely from un ('iii'Llu-iinke.  In ICOlt, during nn eriipllon of Ktun,  a groat kIiouiii of lavu. flowed toward  Critnnln, but In tlio nick of time lin  courno wns dlvorled and iho town  Hiivwl, In lfiHJt, when tho whole of  Hie lul.uel i.f Sicily v.,;n ..[l'i:.-t.d hy  mi enrtli'iiinke, Cntuuiu wan Aon-  Iroyed,  occurred.  Irrlantjd'n by .Governnient  Approxhiiniely ���������(ou.uuij ucte.-i  i.iiul hi ".!'<��������� .-���������/���������iL.'i-. ,*. ,-���������'��������� i'-'.u,i i,i ,\:  liei'la will be put under Irrigation by  Hie Dolmniou goverumeni. or by the  uiuulcipulitlun which, obtain from Hie  government, lho right to opeiute a  t-ynlf-'iu of Irrlgnllon In the vmioin  illriltli'ti., i-(iliie linn: in lien In.ti lui-  Uie, ucfOl'illlil*- to Ihe Htati'meiil' of )���������'.  II, Pot em, Irrigation conimli'i-ldix-r  for (ho Dominion, with liendfjuurleri*  In t.'ulgury.  ���������  Appier, for the  Pr.ilrle  Province*)  The (i-i'i'b of lhe vnilellen of applOB  ui'livliiiiied by Or. Win. Siiiindci'H, en-  pecinlly for lhe pi'iiiile priivlncei*. by  (���������������������������lining lhe wild .Siberian crab, Pyiua  bui'cnia, with   nnineil varietlen nl up-  plen, are now In llie '.lorllculturnl dlvl-  H.iuii, depai'itm-nt  of iigrlciiluie,    Ot-  tn wu.    TrecH     or    Mm   III id.  ei'oioo**!,  which are ulioiil llie hlKe of the larger  nnineil  mil)  npplen,  have  now  been  well  distrlliuleil   lliruiii'li   iho  lirul'ln  province..*   nml   are    prnsliii'    hnrdy  where larger applen will not luuieid.  Among the bi'Hl  of them; nre .level,  I'linrleii. Silvia,  Prince, Tony,  llohln,  Mhiii, Alberta, Columbia, lliihy, Nojili-  em   (Jueen   it ud   lOve.     Mnii>   Ki-i'inid  ernniien, liu*"ing more bloml of lhe i.p-  pie,  frtiileil   In   11)111 nnd   In   previous  year:..    Home    tit theno arc Iwo ninl  one-hnlf luehcs In dliimoler and liny  arc     being   propiigateil,  and   will   bo  tented  for hut'illiuisn on  lho    piiililo  ol j Hinn--.  Ship  Found  .1'  Skeleton of  The hk'-M'-ti t>t a fhlp, bv!ii",iil to  bo the Moskva, which  foundered  in  lTI'I, liar, beep found ii'-nr Lllinu  '''lie  Monk\a wan olio of Piter the t'leutV* propi.Miitloii of v'.vuio^iu) lire ha-.-, b  gQimdron. inadfi by tin lullini  *povHuini-nt-  To Eolablloh Pence Library at nrrlln  Aiiuouu.-'cniciil. In iitiulo Hint tht  Cliurili Pence Union, fuiindeil lutit  Fcbrunry by Ai.drew Cnnumli! wiih  un eiiilowiiieiil -il' {t'.OOri.OIH), linn ap-  pinpi inieil a pan I'' lm' in.it) nn i.ii*  (���������iltiililii'llliirnt Of ii |ieai*e llbi'.ii> iu  Hellln.  Italy Wlll Participate  Secretiiry llryaii hint rrei-ivi d tb������  forinal note nf aeeptuiiee on: tlm part  .���������f iho. Italian ���������.-.���������.r.nim'-'n' 'o "fTlehilljr  parliclpate in tlie Piniiiina-Psieliic ox  po-ltl'in  in  In the Piiiiitina-I'iu'ltic  i,i. hej,i iii inr..   a������i  iih 'l-'tffj^'jN Ji*^
-*�� r--=-�� -^-v^.-r-
��*�� m ���inmjuMu, j.w phi* ��w.����. ��*
".-^ucetfef- i~rja.- *��--��^j^'*---'*v*r>-^*f*-��- -m-et - thi jytft
-of-        .      ,   .
Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains
OHirtain Net, regular 60c .now 45c per yd
fu.i.un   Net, regular, 40c now 80c per yd
Curtain Muslin,   regular   30c now 20c per yd
;'Curtain Muslin,   regular   25c now 17c per yd
A good Hue of Lace Curtains in Kent  and White, rang
ing from $i.oo to $5.00 per pair, at i-3rd. off
Tlie Furniture Store:
Mcl'hM. iVr.,ok, A."MoKI*If NON     Cumberland
-rrcan-MWiM-  tun   ������!**>*
NOTICK  OK  DISSOLUTION   $$$��'?����Q$��d��d��3��d$��������
01' l'ARrNKU.SlilP. 6
TAKK -"NOTlflK , that' the
'-ar-tnership lu-reiolbre e\isling"
i'-_" wren the undersigned as'uwn-
(.-i-s and proprie'ors o\' the '���(.\nn-
iicviar.d Li very Stabler' and
o hfiwise, (-Allied on liy them at
ynmlu-vland. II. C, ha*" heen dis-
* Ived. and the same will now be
carried en by J- J. K iih bride, as
.-ole owner and prdprietot. AH
debts due or accruing, due to
ionnev jiaiinevship, must'be paid
to J. J. Kirkbride, and all debts
against lhe same, will be paid by
*j   J. K'ivkbride.       '
Dated at   Cumberland, 1>; C,
this 2nd day oi" July, 19 ray
J. J.Kottkr
J. j.   KJtRKBRIDE.-
' .(jo TO���,
��� AND��� i
Third St.       Ciiiiiln-'i-land , 1
__���_ J
*'.lt is high time the;' liberals
were starting in to do some-
thini*" up this way.. If ihey
cv|u-:ct to carry this constitu-
��� v.nv.y at next election without
)��� roper orgnniz'ition and hard
Vvork, they will be. badly fooled You don't catch thcCon-
.scrwaives asleep. Where are
ihe big guns of Liberalism?
Large trad, of Hood valley farm
itig lands just thrown open i'or
free .settlement in Oregon. Over
200.000 acres in all. Good elitu-
site, rich soil, and does not
require irrigation to raise' Iinest
crops of grain, fruit and garden
truck. For large map, full instructions and information, aud a
plat of several sections of excep ���
non-ally 'good claims, bend ��3.40
Ui .loliu KeeI'o, Oregon City,., Oregon.    Three years a   U. S. sur-*
O     ' tl ���
veyor andiiinberinan; Au,oppor-
11111 ily,.to ��� et a' good iertile free
Jian_iesj��ailiiea_yto\vn and market.
>'ii).Ly-o;(-ht ItnilrotulB \Ve��t of  Chica-
/.;<��� Mny bo Tied Up if I)oinnndn
Aro It��noro(1.
Cl.ini^o, July.���An uliintitiiin ill tlio
iviitfi) ���'���"'-���������it'- luitwoon r��i",0t)0 on^i'iocrH
mni liii'iiii'it of Ilio iiini'ty-i"-ij,'lit rnllroiidu
\->r,1  nf ('liic'lgn Will Hi'lll'illlUul 1(1  1)5 lll'O-
* 1-��tt*-1 I, ulity to tlm ���"iiiiii'iKiimt'iit 0MI10
j. ;��� il-���.- A f[i|-initi(iH(.ril(i' whioh will lio
1 p I l>i,0i/ij iiitif'H of niiiil iii iniiniiii'iil. tin-
I ;..< 1111 uj-ri'i'ini'iit in roui.'li'i.l, itoi'^nlin-,'
I.i lilliiill  (illii'ililrl,
I'm iilliiiiitiuiii il wuh ���iiiinuiiii'i'il, rcii-
iiiini'il lit'.- Htiiti'iiimil lira '.Hi per nt'iil. (if
Q Cleaning
Mrs. Jenkins, ���Proprietor
Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Re
paired.'   Ladies' Work a Specialty
"Let Me Dye For You."
���SHOP AT No   8 MINE
tv^-V-w^***-'*-**--^^ ***-**#-**-<>*'<*-V*^^
Agents for Pilsener. Brewing Company's BEER   ' .   .
Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of.
Wines-and Liquors.-
**^*V^'��*A)^'\*wii*VK<��*^^ **t*t**f+*il*'****i**itto^
SIR EDMUND* WALKER, CV.O..LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  7      JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
This Bank olTer;s unsurpassed facilities tot those doing- business with
foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of
Sterling- and oilier Foreign exchange, drafts and Cable Transfers, and
for the financing of imports and exports of merchandise.
Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Che.
qucs and Letters of Credit issued ancl available in all parts of the world.
Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates." '    S22
Try a Bottle of ^Usenet,
���It Touches the Spot
Makes  You   Peel   Lake   New
Order Jn   Case   Sent    Home.
also distributers for U.B.C nnd   Newlifc* Beers, Nanaimo
* ��� - ,   ,-   y?
for    yonr   Suudin**,
Sodas,  Ice   Cream,
;ind    Con feet idnyrj
��� FOR;   RENT
TENDERS are' invited for
lhe .rental of.tlie Abe premises,
either���the���,\v,liol_e^).tLiJd_iii g, or
the store part thereof.    No teiid
/-*.     i    -i    j    ri������. ������     r :r i.f er necessarily accepted.     Tend-
Cunibevland    Electric     Light ., .        : .  l ���    .
ers to be in writing and dehver-
Co's office hours, July iuth, 9
a. in. to 6 p. in , also Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, from 3
to 6. V ay all bills at
office, corner Derweut Avenue
and First S t. T en p e r
cent discount allowed from-15th
to 25th,* inclusive.
Electric*. Stoves. 1'or Sale  ���
Rising Above The Source
He rises from the muck and
A humble worker in the ranks
And after he has served his time
At buying voles and counting
His honors slowly come across
Aud he becomes a peliy boss.
In this position he must stoop
To anything that brings
With entity grafters loop the loop
AmcI stive the boodler.s from
Ami as his parly Ion der calls
He.braves the legislative hall's.
oon things begin to come his
For lit ilo I'avois tie can do
I'or persons who will gladly pay
To have lln-ii shady deals put
i'i' ni'11 luul voti-'l In I'lr-lru tmlnffl tli-oii'
il niiiu.i..-a-*'!-'! Hi-i-i-.U'il tn.  CmiiiiitiK "f j Wi*,),, reckless hand he plays the
���I, ��� *'tiil,(*   ivfi-ri'inltiiii I mil ol 11 Imvo jiinl
I im-ii (:iiiii|ili:ti-il. Tin; next, mfivn in i\\> lo
wit' MitiU. i 1111 ��y tnko llm furm nf tin
ii|i|/'*iil In ;.lw fi.iliml ilp/miliiii'iil of l/ilmr
Inr   itljlll.llillll,
\ iitu.illv nil liuti'i \vi:��t ol Uiu-ii'-ii, Um
I ifn.iiiK Ci'iitml ninl lini'i ih I'uiuiilu wi'hi, 1
��� rl'irt  Willi mi,   <*vct��:iL   tin-   ('iiiiiillm
���l i>unit I'riiuK l'rfi'ill':, uv ��J)'<��*,t.i!il,
\\\- nirriy tall; al-oul th1: Mo
i'i-: Ic-Howsi'i* in-ichiii.*; Inn. ii
1 , ;: it iM-.tinj; thrniij.'h Uck   cd
.1' ir ���������*..i-iky
Aud iL*ii])s a certain kind of-l'ainy
Now coming out from all this
1 ���   *     '
I l\      HUM.,   ....
me. aud piui.
1 .... , i.
'bo ���
ed   to  the ^undersigned   within
five days from the date hereof.
I-Wood- Wood!
I   .    Wood I'
@     Now i; the time to place- w
(*)    yonr  ordor   for    SLAB ^
%    "   '         WOOD    ' ��
��   '82,50... per duui'le. load' #
I    '.��� ��� ���    * 1
I   *             l'i'oiii Tl.e " ��
�� Star Livery Stables |
�� ��
' ' '  ��� ' SlU-l'VE.   ���
NOTICK IS   IIKliEBY GIVEN-that the Reserve, a notice of _
~~TrT^��������� 1��� ri '.,���-i"-iJ-=���CaintalJPaid Up $11,560,000
which.appeared in   lhe    -Jniisii g     ,.���������_-.�����jL__5_��_i_i^_
Columbia'Gazetie on the 27th
day o[ December, 1907, i* ean-
celled in so far as   it   rela'es   lo
Children's Rompers, Wash   Blouses  & Suits.
-Dresses, Cashmere Coat*?,  etc.
Ladies' AVaists,   .Night, tiowns, ' I'liderpkirt?,      "y^}
Coinbin-Uion*!,     Corbet   . Covers,      Aprons--,
... " ' House ��� Dresses, etc..
51 ' '
THE "IDEAL" STORE    .*��" to Tm-beiu
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii:^ '
^\\i!iiiiiiiiii:i:iiiuiiiii!iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i*aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii^ "
-     Reserve $13,000,00��  I
lands covered by   Expired, Tim- I
The Royal Bank of Canada.;   j
July 22iid, 1914.
In spi-cof the jeremiad*; of the.
poKsiinist there 1*^ slil! jileuty of
room for ojilinii.-'iii in this old
world of ours, Wo are nlwn\s
boing prondlied at and lectured to
on tlm subject of iiiiitonnli-Mu nud
lho aliHorpiiou of people in
the* Almiiflily D.illiii*, yet it ne(."!s
lint a ealnsli'ophe liku thnt" whicli
happened iioni' the Willows luiit
Satui'tlay lo show that a touch of
sorrow still makes tlie, whole
world kin, Nor lias trade, depression iind, what for want of, 11
lint Kir plunso wo are so fond of
apeakino* of as '���bud t i 1��1 i-Hi,*1
checked the flow of liberal, c.ontri
biitious for 11 iu relief  of a widow
ber License No 42936 and
known as Lot No. 374, S.iywaul
District; and that the said lands
will be opened for staking for
pre-emption as umsurveyed lauds
in compliance, with the provisions of the "-Land Act" at 9
o'clock iu the. forenoon ou Tuesday, August ij, 1914. I'or
further information iipphyto the
Government Agent, Vancouver,
ihibugh whose office all applications must lie made,
�� li.  A. Rknwick,
Deputy Minister of Lauds.
"Lands   Department,   Victoria,
,11. C, luue 10. 1914,
Public  Worship'-Suuday, n
a in, aud 7 p.  in.
Bible Study  (S.   School) 2 30
uml   hei   children,   deprived   of ���'.,���
,   ,   ,       .   , ,       ' ,. 1011111*; I'
tlieir breiulwiiiurir   liy nu nppulii.fr
eoplc's Society���Mon"
dav, S p, 111.
I here is noiliiiijjr   io Iki . ,
,   ��� , 1     .1 1    1  .       Ladies Aul-l'iist   1 uesday of
proud 0   l nit men slionlu do 1 Iumr, ..
1 . . , .       ic'voiy mouth, ut 7.30 p. 111.
ilii*\ ; Ihei'e 1*   iiollniii'   to   I11111.-1
" maa***tmt*m*mmm*m**t*m*ajm**mit*am*m*w*mil��*r*-mma*
idii'Ut.   thai  p.tojlle shoiild oive of
ih "ir wetltli, but    there   is  mviit
eatipe. for felicitation in a pi'ssi-
iiiisiie. net.) that people- i-luiiild
oive of tlieii' 8(!.iuty store, vu)
ihnl in U'-sh llinn it weidc soiui-
iliinjj;  iike   5^2,0(10   idinnld   have
1 11 nci'itmulaU'd, much ol   it  in
i|iiiit'lt*i*i'i, luilf.t'iolhirs and dollns'i',
I'm the relief of tliosn who hy 11
lit'i'l'ul slt'oke of la Ui    liavo    been
ample of heroism has done much
to sliinuhitn piiblichyiiipntliy und
to unm'iidoi- the resolve llmt those
who 11 n* left sluill not want. Thi'
mailer could not. In* in betler
hands than thoso ol Dean Doull,
nor eoulil ho, the representative nf
nn historic, CiiviMiun Church, he
butler eiiji'iiojed llian in niiiii>'lei'-
inii* lo llm needs of the wi'dow uud
n'-tiha'.^ in the hour of sorrow.���
Tho week.
I nt hi-.:beet Current Hales aUn'wud on Ucposits of $1 and upwards, g
= ' * 6
I COMBEKLAIN'D, B. C , Brunch, Opon Daily      D, M. Morrison, Mg-r. e
I UNION "PAY, B.C. Branch, Openlni'.y,      F. Bctwoith, Mgr. |
I COURTENAY,   B.O, Branch, Open Daily R. H  Hardwick,  Mgr      ' |
P. Phillipps Harrjson
sM**m*imttwmw. tm muwi -mmom* m
%itnaamMv*t*z *��*wtn*r iimmummrrBiH
\t.   BOHO^fl=:
Manufq-oturer of MINERAL WATER
P. O. BOX 4813
PHONE 30,...
He oralis a place upon the bench j hroiiobt I'aee tiiTiiw  with   iiilver.
And ,-a\,s wh.-il'.s law and i>i'V.    Xiithi.iia!   Summers   ilicd
what i-i not ; 1 like a hero; never   wns   Victoria
Ikr makc'S dvcisitju-: pure and      |ii<'.-r.   inun*   in.b'^,     t-.m^l,   \.v
struiiji I'H-iit b'.wM  into   ih"   I'u.uies   mni |     Trains 'will arriv  af   Cumber-
Aud nuvL-r ail'.i" i:;m do \vron14.    li-.i-.-niMl hih wife;   he   uent   lm.-k j \��"<] r''0,��1 ir,,i<"1 ,,!,\ ut S :J0   t,M
.--I). M. S. jiii.i.. -,ti-l liii./'iioiii,,   i���   i!���.   (.n.'Tue,dav, Thuisday :md Siiiuriiav
in; '
1 1 *.*
. * '. .
.'Mill   ii 1
l.].-.M.iirio  Iind   uml   ri��ci:i.   !.:.-.''Veiiiui-s, r.nd will h*ave for Pni 11
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Place Your Fire Insurance with
The National Benefit Life- &
Property Assurance Go.,
������of London, England���
"Prompt Sotblosusats" Our Motto.
,J..-'ii-.'.j*v fmi, V'iri�� In N vv 'V. m' ,ii ...inr, it (u*ti'il ,1 mnny ll'tlu
('Iii'ijiiim I'KVfrlMn HiiiiH, uU'iin .liuiimry 11 h'
I'-fllnmry I'Jili, Tnu i 1 C'.i:iih*.rl n i -!*V ! <l ���-�����!, ��"nurjl. r'i*i'te<l Vo\  lSt*it
l)|ii'i|ii'm.ilcl l-'i-b. 2lHt.
Aj.il :��-.:. lb. l.y I:-.'".""  ���������y,v.i1.i Xiint Uni: (5li��|HiMMit April fflUli
Ai��r<] 2.).li, Tin* in Vti'tinh. in'j��ii*t*nl nml mUIi��1 May Ilnl
1    \l'\ i
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in lhe 11111'.' .il��|Ll. mid   i'ii   Siiliii'diiy 1
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j,.f   II   I.. V/riui';  ;.
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a    pap..    |i.-    will    have   '�����-,���.,���������������,.,   ,;,,���    ,.,.,.  \,. [; , obiuy i.i the   S. S. Coviehun i
W. K Ramsay)
Agent,        Cumberland, B. C.
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