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 - ;    x:>y- ;?  -^������������������^-y;-:-..^,.; ;*  1 ;������������������- y-^^^^M^^ ^5> ^  ..:-.t4.   -��������� .' * .->  A     .JJ        '��������� 'i*   <v  ���������--"IIS   -^v ,    &X* J -  ���������-���������: >w  rl  >/.-.: -* ��������� ��������� w  A dournarDevoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox Distriot.  -The News;-Twenty First. Ygak  CUMBERLAND, B.C.; WEDNESDAY, JULY; 25),   :9]4  Subscription $i.qo a Vicar  ������g������fe*������g������g2g&6***eig^������g3s������-*3e2^  A 2!>iuuf <51j? IHaitg ffirafars at  a .*��������� '  Girls' Hoys' -nml Ladies' Tan Ribbed  Cot-  , ton Hose, splendid wearing (���������jii'tlity  ,   '.   '     '        15c PA IU, 7 PA Hi I'OII A DOLL All  LiidW Ulnck Silk Gloves���������sin-ill sizes onlv  wrist length, regular values to i5(.-c.  SPECIAL ritLCK 25c. A PAIR  _-. , r  , , .   Ladies' Umlervvetn, splendid quality,  short,  and long sleeves  i)5c. EACH, 3.PAIRS 1'Olt A DOLLAU  Ginghams���������Fur u few days  we \villt, offer  .'���������*"���������> ������      iibout 400'yards in  striped nnd plain green  Giiigliatns, regular values to 25e-. and 30c.  a yard, LEADER J'RICE 12-k PER YARD  Ladies'   Skirts  and  Tweeds,  small  sizes  only.    Only a few loft  ;       - ,;   ,'TO CLEAR AT'$2.1)5  House Dresses���������See our window for a special lot of drepses at \  ; HALK PRICE AND SOME LESS  Millinery���������Must be cleared.out at   HA LP  PRICE OR LESS.     Your chance to get,a   .    , '.  ...    good hat-for very little. **  Sole Agents,for Butterick Patterns  One Week Camping at  Royston by Boy Scouts  Correspondence    i  mmma+^t^ai^ia.  ; & Company., ..-Limited;  I  The Employee's Due  -���������jg-���������   *-..  Bv. H,is -Eminence James,   Car-  dinal Gibbons  The Redeemer of mankind never con (erred a greater temporal  blessing on the human race than  by enobliug and sanctifying labor, ahd by rescuing it from t..e  stigma of degradation that had  h. en branded upon it. I cannot  conceive any thought better calculated to ease the yoke aud to  lighten the burden of the Christian toiler than the reflection  that ths highest type of manhood  voluntarily devoted himself to  manual labor, his boyhood ancl  early manhood being spent iu a  mechanic's shop : "Is uot this  the carpenter, the Son of Mary?'  Lahorhas its Kicred rights as well  os its dignity. Paramount among  the rights of the laboring classes is tlieir privilege to organize  for their mutual protection aud  benefit, It is in accordance  with natural tight that those  who hnve one common interest  should unite for its promotion.  It is.as unjust lo deny to work-  iiigmeu the right to baud togcth  er because of tlie abuses incident  to such, combinations ns to withhold the same right from capital  ists because ihey sometimes un���������  warrniitubly seek to crush or nl>.  sorb wenher vivuK  Tlml ''the laborer is worthy of  his hire" is the leaching of  Christ ns well an the dictate of  reason. He deserves something  more, and tlu.t is kind and considerate treatment. T here  would be less ground for com1*  plntul against employers if they  kept in view the golden maxim  of the gospel: ������������������Whatsoever ye  woiud that men should do unto  \ou. do >e ji'fo to ihctu," Our  sympathies lor those iu our cm-  jjtoy, wlu-tlur in the !ioirs*.-lioM>  It's a Good Letter  Alter All  Someone has advanced the  opinion that the letter "e'J is  the most unfortunate letter in  the English', alphabet, because  it is always out of cash, for  evet iu debt, never out, of danger aud iu hell all the, time.  Por some, reason he overlooked  the fortumilcs of the letter, n.<-  we call his attention to the'fad  "e"' is never iu war and al*  ways in peace. It is the be  ginning of existence, the com  lueucement of ease and the end  of trouble. Wihout ir, there  would be uo meat, no life and  uo heaven. It is the center ol  honesty, makes love perfect and  without jr. there could be uo  editors, devils nor news. ��������� Pourth  Estate.  *MtmF*mnmmm m^m +m^m*m*������mm^mm^m*w>*m**>+*m  the mines, or the factory, are  wonderfully quickened by putting ourselves iu tlieir pla .e and  asking ourselves how we would  wish to be treated under .similai  circumstances.  There is no enjoyment iu lilt-  so pure ami so substantial as ihat  which springs from the reflection  that others are made content und  happy by our benevolence. Aud  i nm speaking here not ol flic  benevolence of gratuitous bounty, but of fair dealing tempered  with benignity. Considerate  Kindiie������<w i������������ \ihr> 'ier '������������������Jeter Merer  ������������������It droppeth ad'the gentle r.iin  from heaven '  Upon the place beneath; it is  twice biess'd.  It blessetli him that gives, and  him Ihat lakes,  'Tis mightiest iu the mightiest;  it becomes  The throned monarch be Her  than bw crown "  J Thovigh dnrk clouds gathered overhead  and drops of rain sometimes , foil, tho  members of tlie Boys Soouta fell into lino  with joyful alacrity, for th������ir inarch to  "Royston Beach, "-when they Went under  canvas for n week.  Mr. Willard had kindly loaded liis  house, nnd here wm piled the groceries  and eatables, contributed by parents and-  friends, for the inner wants of the Boys,  ��������� and ^though apetika have increased, as  time went on, the supply has been bountiful. Tho cooking has been done by the  b oys themselves, each patrol taking a day  in turn, and doing so well.that the moth-  ers of the boys will have good; assistant  cooks on their return. Mrs. McKinnon,  who has had a motherly eye on the boys,'  has helped out with biscuits and caudy,  and good advice. ������ '*'':..  The Scout Master's tent, with tho Uni-  on Jack flying at the top, held tlio ceiitrai  position and around it, were grouped the  live tents, also kindly loaned, of the four  different patrols. At night, tho position  of danger at the tent door, was occupied  by the patrol leaders^ Willie Mordy, Goo-  rgo Mordy, Charlie Willard. Darrel Bites  and at the fifth teut Corporal Hood.  /Tuesday morning- began the regular  routine of camp, which with slight variation has been adhered to through the  weelr. At 6.30 a. m. the boys got iuto  bathing suits, if the tide was in, had- a  swim, dressed, assembled for prayer and  then were ready for breakfast. After  tents were cleaned up, dishes washed and  everything in order, tli3n the boys went  scouting in the bush, then got in for din  nor, after which, rest; drill   and   iecrea-  .tionJilledahe-timo-until-supperT���������^-Frbta*  then till "lightb out" the boys enjoyed  themselves, the boxing J cou tests were  wa'ched by an amused * circle of * adults,  who greote'd the various good rounds with  applause.  Tho boys are to bo complimented on  the manly way on which thoy have entered into oveiyfching. It iequircd no littlo  pluck for a f mall boy to leave home and  mother for the fir-it timo ahd sleep in an  opou teut, with uono but othor boys, and  although thero have, no doubt, boon homo  8*ol; boys thoy have bfivoly put a. bold  front on and none wore the wiser.  But tho mot appreciation, should bo  given to Scout Mna(������r Blown for tho efficient way in which, ho has traiuol tho  boys, But four months have passed  tiiico tho Boys Scouts woro formed, and  now in tho show ing they mike, both iu  drill ninl gcuoral ellloienoy they may bo  fuvorubly compared with any of the older  orgiuiizations. Mr. Bruwn his given of  liis timo nud his energy and has been untiring in all his efforts to bring this about  Tho pureuts, especially ot tlio boys, and  the citizaiiB of Cumborland in general  aro much indebted lo Scout Mantor Brown  for what he haw dono. Uo has beon ably  ussiHtod by Mr. Ward, our onorgotio policeman, who Iiiia given tho hoys Hploiulid  drill, ns woll as instruotion iu bnivery.by  well-told Htorios of tho deeds of othor Hoy  Scouts. Tho Scout Phj'Hlcian, Dr. Hlokfi,  llm given instruction, also in First Aid,  A change Iii tho regular order of the  day took place on Friday uftariiooii, wlmn  tlio .Scouts marched (o (iiirluj'.i Pninl, lo  bu tiiu (juukt** of iltu Uiliun (!lllll]������i,m tliuru,  Ai (ho ruin was falling lho Libles wore  spread on tho largo vununlc.li nf Mch, lV.'i-  coy'i homo, ovurlookiiiR tho wator, and  hero tlio'boys partook of a Nuppur which  wad of no nieiiii order, uh woh Untitled to,  by tho way in which everything dUup.  penrod,  Aftor suppor, tho lioyi, nt (lio Hcmit  Mauler's HuxguHti'in, gnvo throouIicoih for  tlio four little nmiilis, Botfv and Luoy  Bryden ami Ktta nnd Kdith Hood, who  so carefully waitod on the UblcH, and iiImi  tt'1'Uod on the tablos; ami iilvo fnr iheir  licntuflHOH, Mih. l-oacoy, Mrs. Titrbcll, Mm  MouNiiugliton, Mm, Hood, Mrii,Ciiiii<*rnii  Mrs. l-arnham, Mrs. Uriovuiind MIh-i Mwi  Bonn hi. Alter a short dill), tlm liovs ire-  turned tn Camp, much plimnoil with tlieir  mUing,  During tho weok Mr. ThoniHon brmiglit  clown ��������� tfoor.or of loo croam for tlio boyH,  who, nctidlosH to miy, wero dcllghti*.!; ng-  *i������), ���������iUikUihi u������y Wiwif iitiiuu vwto tiinuT*  ed, wh'ii Mr. (.'onroil nml Mr. l'niiiicrinan  nppeaicd iu lho auto wllh nrnnges and  difftiront ktndH of nhoouhtoH for thu boyH;  who arreted thom with cheorH; Mr, T. 1).  Molyoniialsotontdown t gift of frutl to  lho bi������y������, wlio Imvo fnreid mi woll fit tho  hinds rf klud friefidn.  At Dinner tim*, Sundny, Mr. Unuki arrived from ttwii) with ��������� complete dinner  (������r Uie croud, nlio tnjoyollotuentioi'i c'n\  e )(>kiiiR. Suod ,y oveuing tt wiun ������.', I ������> l*'  To Kdi tor N kws.  Sir:���������-The . Hible is impartial,  in that ic ahvavs fjives both  sides of its notable characters.  No one whose lile is recorded  in it, had a better or.e than  -Nfoali.it says of him, f'Noah  was a just man and upright iu  his generations.1'  Me was also the pioneer shipbuilder, and taking the. cubit as  eighteen inches, it w?.s 450 feet  long,  75 wide, 45 high and  had  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD(f  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."'  three decks. He was a good  workman, for he used plenty of  pitch within,and without, caulked eveiy seam tight, using goph-  e;r wood, so that she nevtr  sprang "a-leak���������she would have  been a credit to Harland & Wolfe.  Then'what "a. unique cargo  she carried; all her passengers  coming of their own accord,  walking in two by two, no  slings nor derricks.to load them  nor their baggage; what a knowledgeable man Noah was, to be  able to gather, all the ' different  kinds of food required for their  various appetites, to.say'nothing  of the quantity required���������good  work for a man 60b years old;  then all the feeduigot them for  the first twelve months. What  a pity he did not write a natural  history book from close study of  ���������iic^vliiiviCn������,���������op\.-v.i\*r*Ftlr������~iLn:     11 v^U  ���������mother 300 years; he had the  lime. What wonderful pa'iencc  ancL. .forbearance ';��������� he displayed  with his unbelieving aud carping neighbors, one cau imagine  their futile sneers and jeers a*  they passed to and fro : "Any  signs of vain yet, old man?*' f r  ������������������The old fool ought'to be locked  up in the insane asylum down  at Kuoch. or run out of the tei-  ritory, M etc. etc.; but he took  not the slightest notice of the'r  senseless conduct. Kept en  ������������������sawing wood." when all was  finished and ready to sail, what  a send-off he got; we are told,  "The Urd shut him 111." Theie  was nothing lazy abjut him: af  ter the voyage kc became a hush  aud mau and amongst other line-  "planted a vineyard,'' Ala*,  and this proves tn.it he was hu-  an, he got drunk upon its prod"  hy a numbor of campers, otimo ovor from  Girtloy'tf r<iintj tlio uoyu lined up on the  Hhoro nml Btooil Ihroiifl-h lho flurvicn,  which wiw lfd by Mr. Smith of Onmox;  The cum-iure at KoyHton atao gn'lierud a-  round and an oi'joynblo hour wbh ������pcut In  tii'tiinf-* tho old liyiuna mid li������toninn tu  tlio old nLory over new.  Mondiy iiiouilng, (do lioyn atriiok oamp  atid In tho afternoon insrolied to town  nmoli lionnflttuil hi every way by thiN  wi'ok in eainj).  ���������   ���������   ���������  Tlio f^ooiit MftHtcr and (lis linyi* wihIi lo  tliiuik all who In 111,-, wny eoiitiilmled  to the Hiu'csim of tho outiti-;.  1  *  -OP-  Heoi   pall  s . .  We are now showing Curl  Cloth in in black and red at  $2.25 per yard -���������������  Wool Coating in red, white, navy  at $1.50,per yard   ;  ���������  Children's Pongee and Lustre Coats suitable for early*  fall wear #2.50 to $4,00  special   ":  .. About 50 ypairs:: Men's :,how:  Shoes, broken lines, all sizes,  regular values to #6.00  to clear at 3.75  MACFARLANE EROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE  CUMBERLAND  PI  ionc io  P. O. Box������ioo  IM*!*--*-** *m*mtoM&imtia^ ���������  ���������MwrnwiaL tmmusiiM  net, ami,   asdrunkeii-p^ople   nf a newspaper r.iin, but it is (juite  toil.iy    do,   made  a. .dis^us'iny''possible^ be juid.ed*' thnt to his otli  ci activities: if s6.   we   can   be  sure he lan a   clean" sheet,   not  lii'iue.  a  exhibition of himself  r>' n  , so much  so, that his two sons were so  ashamed of ihcii father, that put  tiuj; a Raiment across then*  shoulders and wil-iiifj back  wards covered him up, I'low-v  er it is to Noah's credit that it  only happened once, ami it duos  uot appear that he smu.shed the  furniture or the crockery: beiu^*  a first offense was not summoned  b-.'1'oro the Ivlders of the people who would probably have  assigned him piivate lwil;'in*.������.t  and plain food lor a i-ei.v.jii. unless lie hail coi)tribtit"(l of hi.*,  substance to the general funds.  It is not recorded that  one absolutely without \vdj������!it  or i illueuee. m-iiher did ' he use  it *is ii veil id.: in air liis own or  his associate- itlitoi's personal  j.������:ievauees upon those tlu'y daie  uu: openly aliaek lor fear of re  piisah, nor were his ediuuials  used to stir up hiiitrness and ill"  let-liu^s poliue.iiiy oi oilu-iwise,  .in: did.Noah ch.-..u<������v his uoliiod  allej������UMiee,   ior  a   Mi-.h.S   OF  lie was  I'onMtJK, io ;he -.-.uMt r.lief  the ji.iny lie lei"'.; mil tier wneii  he dispeii'ii.-ii jiutiee ;ii l;i.������ '.imii  door well* |ii'< pi-niilti ". icil'ieed  ���������-.uiiil' ujoo per ri.iu, ioi-lie vv.' a  ���������'just in.iir ,'ind upii^u;," :\h-o u,  roiiM.stuiii'oii'c,  IClil'l-: KlvNJil'KINd Of  .\ (.i-;i*,.vr Man  **twm**i'm#yf&  }   Dry   Goods  GiiiVxjriiitJJjijiv^  GROCERIES  Campers' Supplies :���������i:re������Ai  JfcVr.itsj,  Soft Drinks* Canned Meo is, Deviled Ham, Veal Loaf,   Boiled Ham,  Lunoh Sausnges, etc.  *���������,  ?!  axirvic* wttKfrM fur 11mSo*ni^, *.!���������! r t-  tiA by I.Vv, .Mr- II nl, u*i ���������,   ������������������������. MJ;t-r.i". >I!  >'S^<������NMl������������-J^<*������*^^V^'V^ 1  Gam's Furnishings  >*&r*)*+&'i*t>**W *   '1  .THE NEWS, CtmiBTH&AOT, T". C*  (t  A Debt  ������3  v  By Edgar  Ward,  Lock    &  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  Wallace  Co.,"   Limited   P_  (Coutinupd)  Uo i-o.--i������ .ih Cold cntoi-i'd liis I'riviue  office imd pushed forward 0. cluiir.  "Sit down, Golil,"' lio said, "1 havo  ei'in for you to ash yon to help me in  this Comsiowk Holl affair. Tho paix.*"***  aro inuUin? a im-al deal of it; tlioy  would make more If tlioy Know ua  ntuoli ;is wo do."  tJolil iooiu'd out of tin.- wir.di.w ou  to tho H1nh-1.nkm.eui. -  "1 don't fxiictly '.00," ho said with  somo nhow of rcaeninii-'iu, "why ihoy  , oothcr or oven, why tlioy should ho in-  ti-rosicd,"  'l*ho ooininissloin'i' Ptulli'd grin'ily.  "Uo 110110 of.tho oiff-ni'ii'-tauce,*-. appear slraniio to you'.'" lm said.  "They arc a Mule sirauiic, hut h.i,w  do you ���������mean''"  "1  menu,  don't   yon  ounnoct  li-r-11's  third time  , "Who's   there?"   ere\yled    a  su  voice  .   Gold  whispered   something  loudly  in  a   language  whicli  the jtwo, men  did not understand.   *  We waited; the door was unlocked  ���������and opened a little. ;"  Gold thrust the 'door  to red.   It was his man;  him  from  Ilio  heen  drinking,  riy I Tortures of Rheumatism  Yield to This Remedy  back and cube recognized  description. Uo had  and  was sleeping oil  of  the  drink  when   the  ordered  othor     matters  very  much  just  disappear'nlcc- with  which interest you  now?"  "You* meant,, the forgeries?'' -said  Gold in .some sin-prise'   "Xo.why?''  "1 don't as a rule," said the commissioner thoughtfully, "take much  notice of anonymous letters; but tlu  letters 1 have received recently on  this matter are ^0 detailed, and contain so much matter-which [ know to  be true, thai I cannot afford to ignore  them... And there are suggestions in  these letters which deserve consideration."  "Such as ?" asked Gold.  "Docs H not seem strange." repeated the commissioner, speaking very  emphatically, ."that the "tw.o people  wlio could havo furnished the means  tor detecting these forgeries have  both disappeared. One was the mau  Maple���������"  "And  the  ether?"  asked Gold.  "The other," said the commissioner,  'is, of course, his niece.'"  o  "But she���������"  "She. probr.hly knew the constituents of Maple's mysterious preparation. It is hardly likely that she  would live in tiie same "house, sharing his confidence," without knowing  exactly how that mixture was made.  Within seven days of Maple's* disappearance, Comstock Hell, unexpectedly and for no reason that 1 can imagine, married tlie girl���������a girl considerably  beneath  him  in  social'status."  Gold  was  concerned;   such  a  suspicion had come to him, only to be  dismissed from a sense of loyalty to  "hi 5"Tn75���������rit���������f-ri en di���������1 .������������������ ,.  "It is strange," he admitted, "yet It  Is possible that* some simple explanation can cover it."  1 "I wish I knew what it was," said  tl.e commissioner. "Anyway, ,\vc have  got to find-out. Tho newspapers are  demanding that we should discover  tho whereabouts of Comstock' Holl,  and more particularly of Mrs. Com-  .. stock Bell, who left London on her  wedding day, is seen in town tho very  nlR"h,t when she should be in Paris,  and was in Paris, according to Bell's  statement to the press���������for sho was  In London���������was she not?"  Ho looked sharply at Gold.  Gold nodded.  "Ves. sho was in London," ho said,  ,soriously.  ,'   Tho situation had developed beyond  nil considerations of friendship.  "Wo havo set ourselves two tasks,"  said tho chief of the police. "Ono ia  to discover the whereabouts of Verity Maplo that was-~'-Verily Hell she  Ib now���������and the other is to iln'd hor  disreputable uncle. And my view is  Uiat, when these two disappearance!-  , tiro accounted for, wo shall have gone  a long way to account for the mystery  of the wholesale forgeries which are  tlrivlir? your biisinr.ss people to tl.o  voi'ko or panic. 1 thought. 1 would  like to lot you know exactly what, wo  nro dping*, I fool 1 may count upon  yonr co-operation."  rk to that end," lie  shall want iwo more men."  van   liavo.   as  many  as   you  "Will  give  ;hl.      1  named  eye-  Gold ihi-lihed his bend.  "I- also shall work to that  snid.    "1  "You,  like.",, said  iho commissioner,  you havo them now, or shall  thi'in, their instructions."  "N'o;  thoy can see me ton'.*  wish     thom   to  keep ������, nian  Holder under observation."  "'Holder.'" Tho commisFitnior's  brows rosi a Hub'.  "Ves," said Gold, quietly, "iho  writer  of  tlio  anonymous  letters."  They looked at ono anchor for a  space, then a slow tmiile dawned ou  tho oommi'-Hioi'or's f<io<?.  "Whon 1 said anonymous," lie said  carefully, "i meant (hey woro anonymous to everybody except myself. My  acquuintinoe with you, Mr. Gold, has  oonsideurbly increased omy respect  for tho  American  police."  "Jt was IIelder, of course?" said  Gold.     .    ���������  The other man Jed tho way to the  door aud opened it.  "I forgot," he said vaguely. "1 never  remember-names."  Gold passed out into the busy  street. He had mado his plans, and  he determined' to lose no" time in putting  them into  execution.  English police methods we're good,  but they were not his methods.. He  could trust them fo watch Holder;  but for himself, ho- was prepared to  act illegally, to punish''the lawless.  If Comstock Bell were indeed head of  this organization���������lie set his teeth.  He had known such- cases; men  who were rich beyond the necessity  for exertion, who,' obeying some perverse instinct, had followed a lawless  career, at first for the fun of it, and  the excitement of it, and the,thrill'  of it,'and then, whon they had woven  about ��������� themselves so close a mesh  that they could not* escape from, its  entanglements. ,in-the desperate hope  of transferring the burden of then-  folly to other shoulders.  He kept the telegraph wires busy  all that afternoon, his agents, operating in divers parts of the European  continent, ini&wercdyone by one.  At nine, o'clock that night he set  out from the flat, accompanied by-  two men. ' The night -was cold, and a  chill cast wind made an overcoat ncc-  .essatv'���������fiiiLilLC^lM^iJob^sj.^Tl^e three  found" a motor car waiting TbTlhcnTTn*  a sido, street off tlie Strand. Without  any instructions' to the chauffeur they  took their seats.  "Have you got the warrant?" asked  Gold,  addressing the  two men.  The taller of the two'nodded.  "It is the Russian?" asked Gold,  suddenly. '"   ,.  "Yes, sir," said ono of tho :*ien.  "Thero was no mistaking him���������he  had a scar on bis chin. He had been  drinking, I think.-I followed him from  Soho to tho Groat Central Station.  There ho met the American."  "And from ihore you followed them  to their homes?"  ."No," replied fho other briefly; "wo  lost fho American."  Tho car ran eastward through tho  city; it passed through the crowded  High street of White.*hapel, along  Commercial road, past famous Sydney street, a;:d pulled up at the corner of a narrow; ihoroughfaro.  "I have cliosoii IhSf* place," explain-  od Gold; "thero is tho stage door of  a music hall down hero, and tho ap-  the   effects  knock came, ���������>  -.���������'Who are you?*' he asked.  ' "Light a lamp somebody,"  lho detective. . J  One of the men struck a match and  found a lin petroleum,lamp, removed  lis shade, and lighted'it.  Tho room was a miserable compartment, corlaiuing a ditisv bed and  littlo else.  Marvel of Speed, an Unfailing Cure  For Cld Chronic Cases  (To bo Continued)  The  Undistracted  Critic  ;���������( autumn, in a village Inn parlor  split infinitive,  should bo whom.  is this constrtic-  La  in Central Now England, I  a work of liction and found, carefully  noted in a copper plate' chirograph}'  on ono of tho blank fly leaves of the  book, a list of the things which had,  presumably, most impressed its owner, in reading the story. The list ran  as follows:  ���������'Page IU. lino 3,  - "Pago i.'(33, line 17,  "Page 391. line 12,  lion allowable?"    ,-, "  "Great heavens'." I'remarked as I  laid the volume reverently back on  the centre table (the slipshod critic  in mo recognizing tho master spirit  in the unknown commentator). "What  poise, . wbat self possession, what  splendidly insulated steadfastness of  purpose! .lust think'of standing unstirred and undistracted amid a spectacle of foundering faiths and sundering systems, with a treinless, micro-  metie and accusatory linger upon a  split infinitive1."���������Life.  Scla-  -rub it  feel liko  GET A TRIAL BOTTLE TODAY  Willi reliable old Nerviline you can  rub out the pain of Rheumatism  tlca, Lumbago   or. Neuralgia  away 86 completely that you  new all over.  lt matters not how deeply seated  'the puln Is, or how long you have had  it���������rubbing with the king of all liniments "Nervilino" will cure you.  ' Nerviline is highly concentrated���������  about live times stronger than' the' ordinary 'whlto ammonia liniment���������  the'rel'oro it penetrates quickly���������sinks  in deeply���������and gets right at the core  of tlie pain at once���������draws out the  lameness, takes away the" stiffness���������  ciisen.riio joi its that have hurt you bo  picked up much.' - ,  ' Out cornea tho pain every time you  rub on Nerviline, which contains some  of tlio most valuablo pahi-subduing  ro-incillcs known to science!* Worth, its  weight In gold to every family in tho  land, und sure to euro tho emergent  and minor ills of a hundred kinds that  ooDslniilly arise. Get tbo largo 50c.  family size bottie; small trial size, 25c.  'Nerviline* is sold by every dealer,  everywhere.  The Deceased Wife's Sister  The law against marrying a deceased wife's sister, which caused so  much .discussion in .England at one  time, grew out of an ancient tribal  law forbidding a 'father to sell more  than ono daughter to Uie same man  when tho Briton was emerging from  polygamy and when for just LU shillings of "tho present money a man  might dismiss .his wife or kill her if  she would hot go. As civil law it  was to protect the living wife and  knit tribes closer together by intermarriage. * When ccclostiastioal law  became supremo a misreading of  some scripture text was. used to put  the sister of a man's wife among the  prohibited degrees of relationship.  This was the act cf 1511. (82 Henry  VHL): "A man may not marry his  deceased wife's sister or her daughter, but lie may mairy his first cousin."���������London Standard.  11TTT F  Jul 1 1 JjIj  A  Nice  Point  ^-Nonc-of���������tlie-m;ii ds_nX_bonor_to th e  queen of England "is allowed to keep  a diary.* A young lady who did not  know of this rule was congratulating  a newly made maid of honor.  "And What interesting things you'll  bo able to writo iu your diary?" she  said.  "But. it is ;fn understood tiling that  a maid of honor does not keep a  diary!" she said.  "But 1 think 1 shoiildjvoep one all  tho same," said hor friend.  "Then you  wouldn't be a maid of  .Mustard In Ancient Times  ���������Mustard is one of the most ancient  of medicines. Pythagoras, who nourished between 500 and 600 years before Christ, mentions it. Hippocrates,  who was born ;in '100 B.C., employed  'lt.'Piiny .the elder, wriiing in 77 A.D..  describes three different kinds of  mustard and nays the seeds wero imported to Italy from Egypt, originally.  The Romans used it as a stimulant  after a cold bath. Thoy mixed m'us-  tanl oil and volive oil iu equal parts  and used this as liniment for stiffness  of lho muscles. ' They' knew the .virtues of mustard poultices and of mustard lis, an emetic. As .:i remedy for  the stings of scorpions and serpents  thfiy.pounded it, mixed it with, vinegar and applied it to the wound.  They also mado a. drink out of it,  fermenting the seed'in a fiery spirit.  Tlie liquor thus produced they called  miistum ardens, which means burning  wine, The word mustard is probably  derived from this. ���������Now York  World. "  ,. One on Seton .  Ernest Thompson Seton told a~>  story at tha recent dinner of the-Now  York Woman's Press club , which  shows that it is a good thing to be  famous. Ilo. had been travelling  about ��������� in the west of tho' "United  States, studying a' certain mountain  region with an Indian guide,  When he got back to the railroad  and paid off his guide ho found.he  had jhst 10 cents left. He wrote a  check and started to iind'a bank. Ho  found oik;, as ho - described it, in a  big packing case. But when he presented his check the clerk would not  glvo him tho money for it. Mr. Seton  asked for the. president of the bank,  and was directed to, the back of the  packing case.     ,  Hero was a friendly man who was  vory sorry he could not give him, th*  money, for 'ho did not know him. ���������  Mr. Seton went out and strolled'  down the Utile street. At the foot  he ran into, a news stand. There on  tho open pages of Lifo* wero soaio  funny pictures of himself. They were  just like him, ho said. Ho laid down  his last, ten cents for the magazine  and rushed back to U*e banker. "Now  do you know who 1 am?" he cried  The banker'looked, was B.itified and  paid ihe "money.  ., S100 REWARD, -J1W  Tho renders of this paper will ba  pleased to lunm that there Is nt least  one dreaded .dCseiuo that -science haa  been able to cure In nil its stages and  that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cn'ro !���������  the only nosltlve cure now known to  the. medical fraternity. Catarrh being a  constitutional disease, renuires a constii  tutlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cur*  Is taken Internally, netiiiff directly upon  the blood ard mucous surfaces of tha  eystem -.thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving.iho naW  lent Htveng-th by building up tho constitution and assisting nature In dolne Its  work.   The   proprietors   have   bo. -much  f"lth An U,j c"rallvo p0we,'B that tl oy  offer One Hundred Dollars for nnv case  that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. "  Address   F.   J    CHENEY   A:   CO.,   To-  Take   Hall's   Family   Piils  for   constipa-'  The  Soft-Lookers  Figg���������Beggars  shouldn't  be  choosers, you know.  Fogg���������Wrong, my boy. If'I were a  THE ONLY MEDICINE  FOR  Mrs. Alcido Charland, Stc. Sophie  do Lovrard, Que., writes: "I am well  satisfied with Baby's Own ' Tabids  which I used' for my little ono during  tlie teething period. 1 kr.o*w of no  oilier medicine lo equal them." Mrs.  ! Chat-land's testimony'is that"of thovts-  *aiidsio-I>othei*-moMiei*s^On'^.tlyjjrab1  lets are used a mother will give no  other medicine'to'her little ones. The  Tablets are guaranteed to be absolutely safe and are not, only gocd  during tho teething period but cure  constipation, colic, colds and simple  fevers���������in fuel, tbey cure all the. minor ills of little ones. They 'tire, sold  by medicino dealers or by mail at "5  con Is ti bfir-v -'rom The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockvillo, Ont.  honor!'  swors.  wns the retort.���������London Ait-  Parcel post Hints  of the damage and losses  insecure packing.  parcel  correctly  are  nnd  ox-  CUTICURA  ;waf  And CutiVur;H Ointment. Tlioy  afford a pure, sweet ami economical ineuKiii 01 jMt-i.cmti'.;, j.*,!lining and beautifying the skin, scalp  and hair, For distressing eczemas,  rashes, itchings, inflammations  ���������nd dialings of Infants^ children  etui adults CiiHc.tr.i Sonp nnd Cuticura Ointment arc most effectlvi1.  ratl'-un''ftAipftnAnintmrm it* ������M iWoiiil.iinl  Uitworld, A llbrrtl (tinpln <>' ruili,������ltli .'iti-tmi,'*  tMMklrlon lb* (ir* in it irrMnirM ol 0>������ tltln kml  wilt),MfitponWr**. A*lrfrr������������ T'lillff Dfuj* ( fcf������.  Corp., litpt. 7K. Mo-hod, V, H, a.  W. N. U. 1004  poai't'incc of a motor-car will not  cite  any* extraordinary  attention."  Ono of tlio men lod tlio way. They  passed tho stage door, turned Into  another strnet. crossed tho road and  found Uioniflolvoa in ono of those  populous littlo thoroughfares which  abound iu Iho east end-of London.  Tho nolgborhood waa of Ih.* poorest  and most. Hfinnlld. In spito of the  latetio'-s of tho hour, hordes of children thronged tho pavements and Hide  walks. Half tlio doors woro opon,  rovoallnK black cuvIUoh unlit by tho  common tennuis. In some, women  woro standing in llltlo groiipH, dln-  c.iiHHlng the grout-little events wliloh  mndo up their noi-dld lives.  Tho iippiriiraniu of thrci- mon In a  street whoro tin, vlsll'i ol' I lio pollen  nro not lufrcqiiont, oroatc-il little  more than Idle [peculation,  Wiilklng Hhnriily, tho detflcillvog led  fluid lo 11 (drool, which wuh poorer  nnd cvi'ii jiiiiro dilapidated limn ilio  lh*Kt. There woro fewer people horo;  0110 or I w<> of the doors wore cloHi'i!*,  bi'l'nro ono n man Blood.  "ThlH Ih It," Hiiid iho mnn,  Cold nlo|i|oil forward nnd pimhoil  llie. door   gonlly.    It.  opened   to   hid  tOUCll.      Ill   tllCKl'   Klilltll   llOUHOB,   fM'Cll-  plnl hy two, ihroo, anil nomflliii"ii  rom* families, |l. i������ iiioxpoiliont tu Jock  fho front door.  Hold oiilon-il; lho olhcr men followed, llu had not inlion it Btop when  tho door muling from tlio pnnt-ago into what ho judged wiih tho front  room, iipi'iii'd, and a man camo out,  "Hullo!"  nald   lio  miHploli-iiHly.  Hold lliudicd the )li;hl on lilm from  1 lin littlo (.'loi'tri-.' torch ho curried In  ins )iain|.  "Whi'v'.u  th������*  ltn������*rdan?"  ho  finked.  Hold know thnt iiiwiniri-t peoplo  P'K'll ai lli'.'1*1'.'. W.V)M Vi''.-!".' of UO K,".i-  fifi|ili'iii'i\ ir.itj llmt jnopli' r. 1-1*0 bt������l  known hy their nnlloiiiil or physical  ���������u'culliii'ltle**,  "Iphlllllh,      hhili    \\iV.    ll,m.i,    I*.*.!*'! *:.'  ly relieved to llml that he wan not  tlio ohjoot of tholr vltdl.  "Hack  or,, front?" UHkod  (lold.  'Mhick, Hlr," i-nld tho mini. "H'h tho  firm room you 001110 to wlion yuii  reach tlio IrmdliiR." ,  riolft STrr-iHi'iVtlin K'nlrn two H"Ji3  at a lime, tho mon following,  He r.'iichoil the door nnd tried It  gfiilly. It v.afi lor.liHl. Ilo rapped  Hoftly on tho panel. At tlrKt. thrro wiib  no iiw'v.er, He rapped np*������ln- V.i������y~  ht'iird tin* rumbling niid" "tlio waking of 11 hod, nnd the i-oimd of-f>r-t  on thr-  bar������ floor.    !!��������� rnppeij  tht  Most,  duo to  Address your  plainly.  Write your own nnmo and address  in the upper left-hand corner."  Packages containing eggs should be  marked ."Ekrs."  Packaged containing perishable'  matter should bo marked "Perishable.'*  Packages containing liquids, .lollies,  etc, should bo marked "Krnfillo."  Don't pack eggs, berries or simlinr  produco in it thin  pasteboard box,  Kggs wrapped scpnrnfoly and surrounded Jn cotton or .excelsior and  packed in a strong corrugated pasteboard, wooden or inetnl box, can bo  Bent any diRtniice.  Don't put, any writing In tho pack-  age*-*, unkw* it Ib 11 hi-'. Tor tho goods,  or a description ct tho contents of  tho iiackngr*.  Do not Hond porlHhnblo mni tor fo  that if. will arrive In tho city on n  Wnturduy evening or on Sunday���������un-  loss you use a special dollvory stamp,  Con unit your post muster ns to tho  best time for mailing country produco  no lis to ]"**iic.h fho city at. tho host  hour, fho (|iiU:kt*st time and , In thn  ho,������l conditio!).  DID THE  WORK  Grow Strong on Right Pood  f\X'  ���������thfl  Vou I'liii'l grow Htrong by merely  erclidng. Vou mtiHtt/liiivo food-  kind yon cnu dlgoHt nnd iinnlniihilo,  ll!llOHH till) fOMl y<<U Oill   111 (H'-tCHl-Oll ll  iuMh to tlio bunion ilio d'gonilvo (������'���������  giniH hnvo niitumlly lo curry, Thin of*  ton moans a uoi'voiih breakdown.  "About, n yonr ago," wrlleii nn oiiet-  (���������rn lady, "I had (|ul<e a koi'Ihiih norv  outi' broiikilown cniii-nd, un 1 bollovi'il,  hy overwork and worry. 1 .'Ho H-.iffor-  od untold mlHory from dyspeprila.  "rit'id. I gave, up my position, thon 1  tried to llnd a remedy for my iroubJr-s.  ���������"oniothlii!*; thai would niiilio mo wnll  and Htrong, fiomcihlnx 'ovchi my Hiti]  . i :*,'.������>*h ": n't ���������"I'M nn mv wo.'ihmiI  ivtvoh anil brain.  "1 tried nm- Kind of medicine, wftur  ���������,���������*������-��������� if her, hut nothliij- hooiuoil to lii'I'i  iijC>  "Flnnlly a friend mif?gi'iitod (diniiRO  of food iind I'eooinmemK'd drape-Nuts,  Vii!; Jin'r. f.v 110 fulii, In It T I vied n  pao-luiu'ii. That wan eight moiithn 11 go  mid I hnvo novor boon without It ulriiwi.  ���������(Jrupo-N'uiH did (ho work, if, tiolp*  od 1110 grow .���������.trim-! and well. Oraiio-  Nuts nut now lifo Into mo, imlji 'in  my wfiolo (iyalom find mail-fl MoRi'M*  woman of i-to'."  Nnmo .jlv'-u by I'liiuttihiii    Podum  Co., WlndKor, Ont.  Ilootl "Tho RoaiJ lo I  VMIvilk" In pki;h,   "TT,; i-i-A, a JViv?  Ron," 1  "' Ever read  one appeari  Ire genuine  Intereit  A Vigilant Servant  A certain kind of blunder is s-uip-  lioscil to he r-harai.ieristl.iiUly Hibernian, yot this Ktory ia ������������������ told of  a 1'Yenchn.an. "Price Talleyrand was  suddenly wakened ono night, by tho  (Uncharge of a ph.'tol. Seoliing hi.?  vnlot in tlio apartment, ho a eked what  the I rouble was.  "Your highhenK," ropliod tho man,  "there was a mouse in tho room, and  rearing if might disturb your slumber  1 shot It."   '  Acl- for Minaret's- and tak;. no other.  beggar I'd  every time.  chdoso the    easy    marks  That's Right  "Green is-a synonym tor   gullible,  isn't it.?"  "Sago green* shouldn't bc."  Keep  house.  Minard's    Liniment    in  the  "I am sorry to learn - your mother  is 111," said the sympathizing teacher,  to the little* girl who had come in  late, "Is she sick abed?".  "Not 'quite,''* replied the truthful  child. "She's just sick a-sofa."���������Chicago Tribune. ' ���������     .  Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alone.���������  Do not make, the mistake-of-waiting  ioTTrs"tnm"������r^L"o_"weai*----avvay���������by���������itself.,  Whilo, you are waiting tbe disease is  surely' 'gathering a stronger- foothold  and you live in danger of stronger and  yet stronger attacks. Dr. J. D. Kel-  logg's Asthma Remedy., taken early,  will prevent incipient condition from  becoming cm-onio and saves hours of  awful suffering.  SUFFERED  EVERYTHING  _  . ti "    _���������  For Year,%RestoredTo Health  by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Canadian women aro continually writing us such letters as the two follov-ingr  which are heartfelt expressions of gratitude for restored health:'���������  Glanford Station, Ont.-"I havo t*-  ken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  ���������ampound and never  ������ found, any*^medicine*:  J$ to compare with it.  ���������|* I had ulcers and fall-  $ ing of womb and  I doctors did me no  good. I suffered  dreadfully for years  until 1 began taking  our medicine. I also recommend it for  nervousness and indigestion. " ��������� Mrs.  Henry Clark, Glanford Station. Ont.  Chesterville, Ont. ��������� "I heard 'your  medicines highly praised, nnd a year ago  I began taking them for falling of womb  and ovarian trouble. \.  " My left side pained me all the tims  and just before my periods which wera  irregular and painful it would, be worse.  To sit down caused me���������pain and suffering and I would be so nervous sometimes that I could not bear to see any  one or hear any one speak. Little spe'ckn  would float before my eyes and I wao  always constipated..;  "I cannot* say too much for Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and  Liver Pills, for there aro no medicine*  like them.. I have, taken them and I  recommend them to all women. You may  publish this testimonial." ���������Mrs.. Stephen J. Martin, Chesterville, Ontario*/  Canada.  ���������J���������*-- A-  I  t$4 <*������������'"���������  ^wrym^^x'y  BililNl  "You're kiudor io dumb animals  than you are to mc, your wife."  "Well, you try being dumb, and see  how kind I'll be."  Quite a Difference  RLhol���������.lack told mo that he novcr  loved any ono before,  .."Marlc���������Woll, oncuho 1110 for saying  no, dour, but be and 1 once woro en-  KHKod.  liJlhel���������Oh,,l didn't link him about  engagements, I only askod him  nbout lovo.-'lloston  Transcript,  Valor  Blowhard sat discussing upo'n  to his ragged cronies,  "J,"   ho  blew, "fear no  lives."  "lint thou foarost mo."  midget vixen.   "Homo with  Bluo gllled,  ho followed  tho crowd loud jeering.  ' Within    die turned to  soon llllod tho doorway.. ., *  "Mark ye," oho How, "that It  who fear no man���������"  "Hut thou Rarest mo,"   .squeaked  Iho liltllest mouse Jn tho county.  With a Bhlek of ni-jd terror Danio  Blowlmrd- leaped .cbalrward,  Whoroupon tlio merry beggars held  Ihdir aciiing sidefl,���������Lippincotl's.  valor  man ,wlio  rasped a  thee!"* '  his wlfo,  those who  Is I  CANADIAN: SERVICE  ���������- MONTKKAi:���������PLYMOUTH���������  '.....        LONDON  Magnificent   New   Twln-Bcreir  Slraracr* - -  "ANDANIA" "ALA'UNIA"  "ASCANiA" "AUSONIA"  ("AVIIANIA''���������BiilWhif)  Ono-Clasn    (IT.)    Cabin    nnd    Third  Class   piu;srng*!i*s'  only    nro   carried.  The  Oue-Cln������->' Onbln . accommodation  ludutleu  .Vfrnndali   Caf<J,,.'  Lounge,  ,  r Oymn-Mluin,���������*.���������-Kromtnailcii,  Smoking: Kooni,-     OrnwlnK  Koom  Utnlne Saloon,       T.llirury  SPaclou*   Slutcroom*  Services   nl;o   Wiu'mii' New ' York,  1 Mi'iJItcrrnncnn,     Adrlntla.      UobIou, .  Quren������town,   I.lvrrpool., New    York,  FUlmrmird,   I.lveniool,  Tho   Fauleet   Vut.itmgnr   And    Mull  "'.    Service tn  tb������  World."  AQUITANIA  LUSITANIA  MAURETANIA  * For    Information    ai ,',y     to   "any  Rallivay   or   Steamslilp   Atrent.   erl)  TUB   OVNARD   STKAMSHU'   CO.,  LIMITED  804   MAIN   ST.,    .WNNIPKG.  * ������������������-���������**���������v-'>4*,-���������>  "Why  iinilf''?"  "Woll,  l'liikley,  n Iniflo  Still Game  don't   you   get  rid   of   that  siir," iinpworod I'lraHluR  'I hatos to R-lve lu, If 1 wuh  dat imilo off. ho'd roKiird it  ns 11 porHoiinl victory, lie's boon Iryin'  fur do las' hIx wookts to t-Vt rid o'  mo." WaHhiiifi'ton rilar,  Caime of the Chill  "Mitts Knwlor   (to lKintcw*' child*)--  Aro you ','lnd to ������oo mo iiKiiin, Kdltli?  Kdiih--YiH,m,  nnd  i))iiiiinia'n {;hid,  too.  Mrs. IvhwU.t���������In bIH'.".'  Kdllli���������Von;   Bho   Hiild   hIiii  voti'd como  today  uud  havo  Willi.  Imped  It over  It Ir n Liver Pill���������Many of tin all-  ini'iilH that man hr.-; lo o.ontcnd wllh  liavn tholr orlKln In u iilmii'ilored liver,  which In 11 doDonlo (iri'im, iiooiillnrly  BUHpoctiblo to lho dliifurb;.iicort that  coinr. from Irrof-iilur habll������ or lack of  euro In oatliif: and drluklnu;. TIiIh ac-  I'.iiuntH for the p-ronl niiiiiy liver rcKii-  Intont now prosHcd 011 tho atloiitlon of  f.iifr������i'f*i'H. Of tlicso Hit-ro Ih none mip<  prior to l'lii-mi'loc'i' Viwliihlo I'IIIh,  Tholr operation thonuli Rontlo U of-  IfCIIH'i  illllJ   u������v  , jw������1  J   II'-T.4.-*   I"-':'.   ','.*"  Somo iiooplo got shot, bohio got  shell. An actor and i\ retired army'  mini woro dlsciiBBlng- tho jierils of  thoir roHpoctlvo callings.  "How would you llko to stand, thoro  with hIioIIh burHting round you'." the  goiioni] doiniiniloil.   ��������� '  "Woll," ropliod tlio ollior, "It nil  ilopoiidB u)iou tho ago ot tho egg!"���������  Tit-llilH.  20  Bluings  10  cents.  ON  Wash Day  Makes tho Clpthns 11s  White as Snow  Try It I  Mdiiifiirtnrcilhy *���������'  The Jnlinioii.Hlchnrilion Co  I.llllltiHl, Monlrrtl, 0(11,  than  ��������� At au lnlorviil during a roconl i-oa-  elon of tho Hiijiromo court of an on uteri) Rliito, Judge -~~, turning to an ns-  Koolfito on tho honoli, nald:  "Ily tho way,, you know almost  everything, toll 1110 ro and bo.'".  Tho JtuU,!' addroKHcd ropliod: "Why  do you any alino-d,'*"  Wheroupon tho Judge mild: "I htvvo  nol. told you everything 1 know yot,"  ���������National Monthly.  11 unbuild (comphilnlngly)��������� I illr>  llko to havo you owing littlo btilH  hero, thoro r.nd ovorywhoro.  Wlfo (calmly)���������All right, my dour.  I'll mako thorn liirgoiv���������Public Ltd-  gor.  The Price of Knowledge  "l-'ni'in  products cost    moro  I hoy imcd to." .1  "Von," ropllpd' Mr. CorntosHol.  "When n fanner \a BiippoHod to know  iho hotiinjcal nmno of what bo's raisin' an' tho zoological namo of tho  itiHoct Unit, onlH It, imd tho clmniloal  namo of whnt will kill It, iiomobody'B  got lo liny."  moat Imvo you thin  iho luiftbitnd of the  "Whal kind of  tiKiriilng'," itHkcd  htitehor.  "Tho in'Hl. Htpak wo hnvo over had,  Hlr," replied tho butcher. "Horo you  aro, tilr; aa hwiooDi an velvet ninl ns  londor us 11 woiikui'b hoart,"  Tlio litiBbatnl looked up iind'Hild:  "I'll tako Hit u mi go."  e  tht above letter?   A new  from tl ne to time. Thoy  true and full of hunun  Idaho has only mm poak having an  itltJtudi* greater llian 12,000 foot, thut  |H llyiidinu.i pcuk, near lho iilulii<j-  fhiHlor county lino. Tho olo.vfition of  llilx in-mini*:.. :���������; lU.^S .'-��������� 'I'bpro  aro, howovor, irovoral ininiiniod poaka  noar Ilyndnian poak wIioho tdovatloiiH  aro grout or than 12,000 foot, an ahown  hy tlio conjoiirp on Uij? JJfilloy lopo-  ������klc inffp: puWK*iio.l by Uio tfr.ll.  od States geological Btirvoy.  Tne Fisherman  "])vofi vour lnn-bfiiiil go flsOiing?"  "Yoh," "ropliod  young Mr. Torki^u.  'And does li>" uoltli nnythlng?"  "Ych.   I li-'ard him*tolling a frloM  how, *iftcr grout peflotico and pftrpo-  veronoe, ho o,;"ght IiIh third aco."  "Nl'  Why Should You Pay  $1.00 for 3 lb. lin ui ordinary tea that will  make about 450 cups ? Since you can buy a  31b. tin of Green Label Red Rose at $1.20  '���������a tea that will make 600 cups of a richer, finer  ���������]uuiiiy. ui  Red Rose Tea "is Good Tea"  Hj*^Si(8fc?a������a2i  Tu the I II). rjiackage wc would  MiRKCst your irying the COc. ()unlitv  of Ked Kobc���������U'r a stronger as well  ua a I'mcr-lUivoied tea.  Red Rose Tea it N������v������r Sold in Bulk  "ti.r,. ��������� -Vice iiirri- will find "Red Hoi*  Coffre ot������geniroutVfood ui Red Hot* Tra.  1 V:  ��������� - 'il.
���It.'
.    NOTfUE is hereby givou th;t app'.i-
��� Citieu-wili'bb nude to.th>"Superiutond-
f lit of Provincial Police,  Victoria for a
"license tosoll,liquor   by wholes-de upon
tha piouMsbssitint' don hot C, 131 ode 15,'
Cu i l>2iland Townsite. Cumbeilmld, li. C
OfAtiT. .MUSSATTO.AppIion.t.
D..ted sliia 1st d.-y it Ootrober 1918.   -
j-i^w'-u*'* w^ *-��**y��^��*-wJK.;*^^
.JM..��%m. c'JMBeri-axd, j*an*issr 'cot.pmbix.
I
NO t'lOK ia htt-oby giveu tliat ou the first
dny of Uion'nr next application will_.be
made to the Superintend.;! t of Provii.'eial
Police, Victoria, fir the reuowal of tlio ho -
" tel liuiiiise to sell. 1 quor's by retail iu uio
huiil l-uow-n aa the L-miD hotoi, situa'.ed at
Coiiiox' 1J.O. - GkokC;e'-M. Baui.ow
' DntudOctobei'l^lOia.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
ihst day of November Kji.l, application
- will be made to the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police, for a renewal of the
wlu!e.>ale luj*."jr licence. u*m*i the premises known as, Lot 2.*, Subsection !, Nelson District.
:L" *    I'ilsicnkr Hkkwinc, Company.
Dated October ist, kjij.       '.. *
NO HOW is ,h. iob\- V-veii dinlm the
fir t d'.y of Deccn.b'-r iii-rx applh al p.i'v, il
ha niiide to thb Su* e intend n t "t Pi-uViu-
o:iil l'olice,' VJet i i i, f *��� a r n -v nl of the
ti tei li-iein-dt* soli liiju rs b. u-tnl in
tlio hotel k-io mi in the Onion lu.Ul. situate at Ui.ini. li I'-r .loii.v NT, McT.r.on
'   Ua -d the'lsid-iy -r Ooinb r, 11)13
f   '���HWlL-|����-^'^^r^-^-��*-.'^l��>M^lirjWMW-*MIRI-^^^
. '-N i'f\CH is hor by i���*i'/ it that ou tho
first day of DJoj'Tilia.- next up^hc.i'.oa will
bo mute to li) ISiipui'i isuiiilirit uf Provincial
Polici', Victoria', for the .'roaewal uf the ho-
ttflliceasG to utll liq t-irai bjyier.a.il in ilio
h iiL'l.l-uowii as the UiM-.idc how1, situi ce
at Courtenay, B. 0. ���; ' 0 -.11. Fkohnek
D.tedOct-.our I, 191 a.
* NOTIOK ii nei-ebv mvia . lint on the
first d .y of Dcceiulri r ni-xt ui-plicali-m w i 1
le m.de to tbe Superi: ten lent if; Pr .viu-
iiul P-hco, \'L t>)ib', for the roi.omlof the
hut11 lie-oirs'i to B.,ll'liiin rs by lo'.ailiii the.
hot 1 km.tv as tho WiLoa-hoieJ, situated
at Uiioa Buy 1S.C. '-   ���        .
Ai.i-iuc��*ltAi'i-:n Uousk
'    Dated October 1,  11)13.    *       >   , '.
NO Tip IS i.J hpri-ly given twit on; tin
.fi-st day. of U.ieeiiibci- n-xt applienti >n wil!
thi iniida to "he Suporii tur.de it ot Piovii
���^iil Police, yieroi'iiipiJir it-.e renownl of i In,,
- honl heen o io Sfc'l.liq :o s "iy ri.tj.ij_i > tin-
ho el kuovu as th"*- Nol. on ho-rel, s'tm o"
al U'lioir Buy, B.C. '�������� - JoU-S-'KiiASi-.i!.?
Date I Octo'ier.l.s-.yOlS. .--     	
J-J^L., /H __-_...��� ,1  _T.'.T_: -li
~j~irc~rvram reiTav"_rroucT
J       r-   *;,.   ���   ���   '"
E\"*ry. coiiv.eiHeii'",e fbt;'eue*Ms. -
The Centiat Hot. 1 for Sportsmen,
None bul the Ucst of Wines and  Liquors
. at the liar.
RATES .REASONABLE���
���     John Johnston',   Prop
'^��'*M*wi '^���y^*'*^ ifT^floi*t*--i9^iwiMn*i
-77-pf British Columbia, Ltd.-
TlIE S. S. COWICII.Ai\   WILL SAIL AS IJ.i\ DKlt
Comox���Union Hay���Nanaimo���Vancouver���Routb
Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p.' 111 ? Tuesday 1 r p, rn-
Leaves Union Hay. Sunday, 5 p. 111... .Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon
For Denman.. Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.
RETURNING���Leaves.Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm
���" , Vox Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox. *
Subject to change without notice. *,  ,-
���������s-'kitgsma'fl^^
e>
J.   N.   MeLEOD     PxiOPEiErnr,
English 4 x KUPvTON ahvuys 011 tap   , also; the famous MILWAUKE ?
JiUKllS���A:ihoiiB��r,  Itolmiiiian, Suhll/, &o.    ��� "OLD GREY BEArlD"^
��� SCOTCH WHISKY.' '       Best Wines ,nnd Lrquors of -all'kinds
.The ijoanbiig and Ooilgii'g Di-piirtmeiit. under the, immediate suyeriuteiidence
'   .-     will bo tbu a Kiist cl.Wiu every renpeot.
, CANCELLATION OF-HE-
SEUyK:        ; -    -
NOTICE IS llEREDV- GIVEN that'
the reserve, the notice of nhich .ippear-
ed in the li. C, ('az^tte on the- 27th d.iy
of'Ueeemljcr, 1907, is cmcelled m sn fur
as il relnies to the following parcels oi'
land:-the W. 1 2 ot'iheS. K. 1-4, the
$. NY. i-^ ar.d the S. 1 �� of ihe N. W.
.t-4*>'-cstof ihe river in Section 4; the S,
E. 1-4. the S. E, 1.4'of the S; VV. \.j
���indlheN. E 1-4 in Section 5: the S.
i-J of the S. E. 1 4 in Section S; the S 1��.
r-.|. ihe S \V. 14 ,-nd the E. 1-3 of the
N:,E (-4 in Section 16, und- th��; E. 1-;
of the .S. E 1-4 and K 1-2 in Section 21,
all in Towiiihip 3, S.tywhid Distiict, inul
the N, E. 1 4'of the N. E. 1-4 in Portion 32; the N K 1-4 of the S W i 4 and
the N \V 1-4 andN 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in
Section 33; tha N i-p of the . N W 1-4
and ilie N 1-2 of the N E i-{ in .Section
.34; .md the S 1-2 and N W 1-4 of the N'
W 1.-4 in Section 35, all-in Township ,6,
Sayward Disuict. ���    ���
The said lands will he open forenlry by
pre-emption on Monday, the i.Sth day ol
May at the hour of 9 o'clock* in the'fore-,
noon; all a'pplicationi l(< bj ��iade at the
office of the Government' A^enl, Vancouver. ��� No I're-cmpiinn Record shall
iiichr-e.inore inan 40 acres of land except in cases where it is desirable to include small fractional pnitions ofiej-.vl
Subdulstons: information in which con
neition may be obtained from plans- on
view at ihe abo\c niemioned Agency. ��
- R. A-kEN'w'lCrC"
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lands  Department,   Vieioria; H.   (.!,
February nth   1*914.'
"RATE3,
spi 00 per dny and Up
^jsr^w-^TS^^
mssszi
yprewers ��� uneo
Better,  Cheiioer Than  Most Dairv Feeds-
Vancouver Milling & .Grain Company, Ltd.
Distributors
N:\i\-AIMO,  B. C.
_'Ej. E-E>:)3
for garden, and farm oro best
;for B.C,soil.Se-e Catalogxxi? for
-   solidf-fuarimtooofyjurity
oriel xiOTtnineition..
Send now for Copy freo,
Sutton 5 S.on-s.Tho Kind's Sooclmon
Ronclin^ En/^lond
A.J, W oodward
Vicl-orio.  ��� H\      Vancouver
��i5 Fort-.sr. ttiiTGrant/lWotr
MLE ABENYS COR BRITISH tCtUMtHA
^&mummtamm***aam*maitimmmmamm*minmm****at*mm*a**K^mi^K^m
LIQUOR ACT T.I10.
Section 42.
NOTICE h  heuby tiver.   lint
'or.e       month     -. from d?.:cj
application \iill In) marie to Mi';
Superiiiteiideiil of Provincial * pol
.cu for \\ license for the sale of
liquor hy wholesale in and upon
the 11 re mi.yes sit lated-jn ihy town
"o f���CoTiri eTv*1y7~i j7"C".~k n"o\nr~,"nfi3"
deKciibcd as Lois 80-uni 31, Sec-
iion'u(il.
'DuleJ this loth day of   April,
191-1.
UMON I3REW1NC! COMPANY
'   *      . Lid.
Conrad Iluitel,
... Appliciini
IN- TH E COUNTY CO'��?RT OF
NA.NA1 MO HOLDISN AT
., NANAIMO,
IN TIIE MATTElt OF. Ileifry
Rich uni soil Shull/., defCiisud,  in
U'state, Into of   Sirnndby, Rupert
District, Ii. C.
' ��� AND
IX TIIK MATT lilt <*f the "Om-
ciAl'Adiiiitii^trutort* Act,'
' TAKP NOTICK'that l.yor-
der of I Li:- Honor JndWc Biker.
ma<l'i on the 10th day wy Jutu'
1(11-1". I wjis nj.'puuik'd'Administrator Ot till' l'*SUtlJ of ill''-
ii^OVti-UKMitioiiptl di-i'oniji'd, tii'd nil
pin ties ltavjiijo I'lhiins naniiist tin*
said (-strtli-'ari' lunvby ivijnia'd in
fiirnis.li shiiii>, properly voriiiod. to
nio on or lii'lure tlie 1.5th dny of
July 1011. AND ft!! ��� pur-
ties indebted to said estate, are required, to pay the ttiiioiint nf t lit-ir
indebtedness to.me forthwith. *
.Dated this 10th dny of June
191-K.
W.?\Vicsi.i:y Willaru;-
()flii;ial   Adiuinis'.rator,
Ctimbei'land, P.. C.
wimwim  11  1 nil��� ������*���fiini !������" finri'H'iimii mnn ri-
CANOHLLATION* Oif  RK-
SKRV-K.
NOTICE IS 'HEUEBY G1V-
l''N that tlu** reserve of 'foreshore
and of the-coal under the pea
fronting on Nelson and New.
castle Districts, notice of which
appeared in the li. O. Gazelle
011.tho 6th day of January, 1910,
is cancelled.
J1. A. Rlv.N'WJCK,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,   Victoria,
H. 0., 23rd June, 1914..
OVER ��5 YEARS1
EXPERIENCE
<&& xMmMS^ir TnAoe Marks
Dcstcris
Cc."VI7101iTV *.c.
Anvonnsondins a Bxclrh t v\ iJr^.'npt.'^n -jx-x
qiik-'ily luc.T'iPl.'i our oplnlim i*iK? "���;.-��� it -411
lnvpix|>in 'a iirolmV-iy r:i;..|i,i.,.ip. k'r'--,t ���: ^\: J���-
'���ltoiu.lrls(ly.-oni>,-'i>.7:i(U. I'^'iiyuK '."i ��� >  -.��<
ic.it iic-i-. ..��d��it n,-i:i-e> i*o - ���( .". nrrr   ��.o: m,
ru'.i'niy -r.ilsfi.i tijiOu;'", ,";". .*,!.> t Oi/, 1.:.. v
f.v,'.'.i<wiiec, nu.cut-i^iii.-'-  -'ntlic
A hnn'lr.on.-jly iilunr.itud wjeiij*.  J^.ii-.vt Jr-
cu'i.iilun vi any ���c.j-.C'K Jourml.   'Xenas lor
i;<ini>iia, tv.Ta i>. j-i^u-; iirr-jtat'o riopetd. . s��U Sy'
n 1 UQ>riiijiior��. -   -
Brunaa Grace. oVo f St., Wiubiustoiu 2-. 0.l
NOTICE TO CONTKAGTORS
No. I* Mini1. School.
(^EALED   TEMU-.RS;  riufi-sciLf^
<--^ "'iVmler  for So.  8  Mine- .School,"
will Ijc rir'civc ' bv ihe   MoroJi.ible tlu*.
Mhiisii'i oi* I'ublic \V0tk5 up tn nc>on u:'
'!*!H.'*-"*.triy. ilie 191J1 d.iv ���-����� 'Mny :c"ij fo:*
the erect Inn., and c'jir.iiic'iO'i of., '���a;.--
rooi.i siliijijl-iiou..'- ..: N'o- **' I- -".*��., Cum-
rcilaiui. in i;.t- Ci:m;x i. --'..*.!.'.! )1r*!i*rr-.
���> I-1.U31, ��� s;-rr.i(i-;;iii(;i',*-, . "!t".lv.-, a;...'
f>*ri)is 0! toruitr ni.'iv I'n. ,ii-'"i  1111 i���.-'i  ���'���'
t r
the*
ni
1st ,   -c.!av
1914, �� 1.      - tlu:      0 I'll c c.
.Mr. J.-Briird, Go\*e;-nincnt A*.r..'.-:U,
DESTROY THE FLIES
U. ^. ���.,,..,, i.^.i.fcWMi*- ���- atJ**mwWM.w'+'*Wt*iil.i*a*\n***~'*it********"M
Don'1.   forget-   lo   place   yonr
,K ext order for p:*inting wiih ns.
C. H TARBELL
'*" "ft
Ai.'l Ml KITCHEN ..UTIiNSILS
Sportsmens'
mul
General; Hardware
-tSK?���^ ",1  Orrtit   JfntilM. Jleinrtla-
l5v(.��;>  *l 'I'liimt-iMnl ���fivlporiiniHtliuwlii'ilf
t.'-iriK' 'i* li'.,ji' -*vr\
'amnVuQfftt
^m^-tv-f^s*- nr f..r-***-"*"'
A cup of BOVRll!
will drive av/ay lliat
ft' f     L..N...K     ri
HiCllil*^     Ol     J,U*.-J��i.UU~    uvJ
common in warm
weather. BOVRIL
gives vigour and tone to
lho entire system.
The connooiior. hot ween flie3 and
diseaee is now loo well eslahlishod
to need difcufsioii. Fltea carry
tho germ3 of typhoid, tuberculosis, diarrhea and almost every other infectious ill that humanity is
hoir to. For tho protection of the
family, therefore, ilies'should lie de
stroyod. "Fly"timo" it? a lorm applied to August and Sop'omber, becauso,, during these months tho,
flies -are so numerous aa to hnvo
things all their own way. But lly��
killing timo should bo in May,
Juno and July, tho carl ior the bet
tor, boforo'the pesls hoconio too nu-
moroua to oxtorminalo.
The few ilie.*- that live through
the winter b*gin in the ppring to
lay their ojjgH, depositing thorn in
refuse���stable manure or decaying
organic *multnr t in six or eight
hours tho eggs aro hfitehod intn
mivpgoli'. The maggot develops in
four or five days and in its ium bo
oomos cnvolopod in a hard brown
case, After live days tho ouso opens and tho adult fly appears.
Tho best- way to exterminate
flics is lo destroy tho brooding plar
ccc Tho board of health of Now
Haven makes the following Plalo"
rnont regarding tho fly plague and
its romody:
"Properly to Klrilto a I tho fly nu-
���    .,   .,,,..,.,,., 1    .1        ,.  ,. til,    (I .
i^.Wii.0   lie .lit.'.,   t*\j   i.n.ij   ��t*..��    ......
Ij-'-l'wli'-*^ j'l ici.'.-i, cli'ivlty ~Li'ia; ���.��.'������
ure, privy viiultfl and gurhugo. ritir
bio manure should be fccreencd at
all tinu'B and removail weekly. Pii-
-*,}��� VnnUe "oiniuiu  iiinuiiwiiBiiuii .uVu*
gctber, but whero thoy, of neci-Keily
exist, they should ho elwoly fereen
od. Clarbngo chould not bo allowed to remain uncollected and the
unit* i-lioii'd alwajH lui tightly cov
duce'lho number of flies to a mini"
mum. This will bo dune.by educating tho people to' a* minimum,
'This will bo dono by educating tho
enforcement of lho laws. While
action of this sort may accomplish'
much, to get the desired results
thero miiPt bo co operation of all in
terestod���the municipality, various
organization?, and eaco ancl ovory
individual."
Whilo Ihoso' suggestions,, were
mado for tho benefit of New IIav
on, they are tipplioablo to ovory
municipality.     A word lo the wise
is KulTiciont.
.. ..      �����. ���
SU.MMEIiSCHKDULE.
Tni.'iii- will ni'i-ive 11 Cirnbeii'-
hiiid'Tnitn Union Iny'al. y.-'i!) on
���Tiiei-diiv. Tl 1 ims��hiy nml .Siii 11 i*iinv
evenings, ninl will leave I'm* Uuinn
llav Wi'dii.-i-tlav mul l-i i''a\ at 7
in llie iiioi'iiiii};, uu I cm ^aiiirdny
.11 5 30 III llie uviMii,������;-.' Thi*re k
un eliiiii<i;(! in ihu   ti. ti, Cowichan
ehvdiilo.
NOTICK
Any pidvon or jhh'i-oiis, entlin^,
I'ciiinviiiM'Oi' takino; any IdnckiJ,
liiuhei* or wood, of any (leseriplioili-
niloii^iii/j; tu the Wellington Colliery (,'<)' v>. or from or ofl'thn land
nf the pa-id Company, or anyone
tiiviiinrr riilild'di nf nn*' ih^i-rintinn
.ni-.-c-lv-'i'   v. 1 ��� e.    ���Ji.''   i'i'tn",i1.'.',,':
full
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
1S1-ciio.11 -12.
NOTICE is h'-iehy given* that,
otrihe btdiiy of Dt-eomler- i.exi,
ii|lplienlion will be mude to the
Suporiuiondent of 1'rnvinoial I'ul-
iee fnj lenewal ol" the held lieenc-,1
tu eel I liquor hy reiiii! in (ho'lio'e)
known as li'io M.thic-pi m I.l��lnl.
i iiiiti- ul Lnnd, iu the Province oi
Hiiii.-I* (lolnniliia,
Dated this S.h <lay  of  Oelnhcr,
1913,
FIIKD THULIN
.Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, I UIO.
}-<!Clion'-12.
NOTICK i'   hcirby  given   I hai.
nn Ihe 1 -t d;iy <��:   Uiveinher nest,
ppin'iiiion  will li* in 'tl"  to   tlie
Sup* i'ii'''.'l)(h*llt of I'lifvitici'tl Pill ���
in' fiir irili'W:, 1 of   till' l.fi'l'I   1 ii'i-i-CC*
in rcll liqunr hy ii'tn.l in t! c lio'.el
known i'.h thn Willow*- Uott-1, i-itu-
ate al (I.-impl I'll l!i\er, in llie l'ro-
vini-f nl' l{riii,-h O'.lniiil'i 1,
Dalid   this"  Slh  de y of  OclnhiT,
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ClIABLKB TII I'LIN
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LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
���   JN THE MATTEII of aii Ap
pi"reailT5Tri'or~r~fiT?sii^&eTrilTc^
of'.Title   to .'Section   5   Comox
DiStiic't.* - -
NOTICE is .hereby giveu of
my intention at tlie expiration of
one Calendar mon.lli from the
first publication hereof to issae a
fresh Certifieate of Title in lieu
of the Certifieate of Title issued
to Thomas Bcccroft Usslier La-
cou on ihe 3rd day of September
1891, and iiuiubered 12567 A,
which has been lost.
/DATED at the* Land '.Registry Office, Victoria, I>, C, this
23rd day of June 1914.
S. Y.'AVoottov
llegistrar (icnetal of Title.'!.
LIQUOR  ACT, 1Q10
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l'ul>l'ur \Voit-<. Victoria
By  appl'ii-ation   10"   the   nivlTsi^iied. ���
contractors itiay  ol<ta:n* a   c.*r>py  of the
ph'.ns anil spfcritioiuors  fcr ilie sum of-.
ten <loll:ir��i-($io), whiih m'i'.I be  rofumiad
on reitinii'ij,' ^Jine in J4001I order.
1 Knch piopo-".-!!  mu'it be aei-ntup^mcd
by nn .iccepteil   !..inlv clicjiic >ir   ccrtifi- *
cate ofiii-p.. *it on a -''cli'irtcseil  Ixink ci'
CaiKidn, :n \<So pny ib'e  to  tlie   Monottr-
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w lien called upon to do sn, or if be ,l.ii'i
10 compic'.i;   tbe    Moi'k ci>i)iiiicicd   for.
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(>P. mmmmmmm  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, ������. a  ���������*.  The Army of  Constipation  1* Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������they not  only give relief���������  they permanently  iruie Constipation.    Millions ine  them for  B.lioas-  'it'fs, /nil'i'OJ'ion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Small Pill, Small  Dose, Small Prico.  Genuine must bew Signature  '/$*  E. D. SMITH'S  life Children's favorite  All Flavors  facKea in tauar  Lined Tins  Can be had from  your Grocer  i  ��������� J HELD BACK BY  DEADLY ANAEMIA!"  The Gasoline Engine .-'  There is nothing on the farm tl  wilt  pay   for  itself  auy  sooner  than  the gasoline  on sine,"   and    save    so  nnicli  time.    Why  should  a man devote  so   much ��������� valuable   time   lo  tin*  hand -t.in.ins ot i.'.e separator, ei..-... Thousands of Grown? Girls Yearly Falllis ****'*f^>-  as woll os usins horse power on tho ���������       (      ��������� ���������"* .,    . *'     .mndo   from  corn  sheller,    "wood    r-aiv    and-tVed; Into   ������1   HopelSSS  Decline  grinder,    l-'von   the    good    wife  wil".'  appreciate  iho use of the  engine on  wash day. *     q  Or.c .ureal.  Planting .Berry   Bus'.tcs  Curnuits * and    gooseberries -  may  asily. lie  yn-wA   from  cuttings  with  little * trouble  and   expense  and  the  tinothoil  is.vory simple. The cut-  iin*> should lie tuUen when the wood  dormanr   -iiid- should   be  die   new ���������' growth     only.  Swollen Hands and Feet  mean Kidney Trouble. "Unhne-its and  blood purifiers nre -useless. What you  must do is to cure the kidueja.   Take"  Amieuiiti���������the   doctor's  , lilooiiiessness���������holds   back  name!'' for  , inuuui^{}.-,iu ,-^- -uwm:n   w^v. i\.  many iiiris  .' ,',   ������. . - ,.      ji'rom ihe path to bright, heallliy wo-  lauli  wuh Uie ensi������*?-onjmunhood_.   M ���������..���������  .llHnu,orlant lime  wlu-ii their veins should bo full  rich.- red hlood, anaou.'a' creeping on  tiiein stea'.th'l-,. robs tliem of sparkl-  iri?;' eyes and a clear skin. Thoy bo-  come languid and exhausted al the  ,    .        ,, , ,. .    least exert id;   their bael-s ache, tlieir  some trouble m  cold wcnihcr, v.neu , h|;,ms   p.u,)iuU0    viokmilv.    appetite  may   be  avoided  somewbai   ������y  usiiir (,-���������,,    {md   ���������.<,,,.  00tlli)ie.vion   ,.uur.S08  l,:!,e', tp( a- miMy   yellow,   r.r-   they   become  '.,,    , I deathly while.    No medicine ever of-  A carol ul observer will always see  r->   it   ihat   ihe   cylinder   always   has  plenty of oil, it  docs not become di.y,  thiii  the spins! cr cup is cli-.'tio.i iTh^v hllili! ,m"-;i���������. 1lo,*v anow'"bv tnaU-i,1"' i:m,in  the farm, the owner is apt lo tinker-  too much with,,an engine,, or allow  someone else m do so. This should  not be tolerated. Carefully . lollow  directions, tunl .nood" r'.'sulls will follow.    .\   gasoline  en situ.- will    cause i.  .'his is easily distinguished from tho!  old wood because it is lighter in color.    This no*'  wood should lie cut,, in  lengths of about ten inches arid packed awny  hi moist, nol  wot, sand or'  * i sawdust in n coo] nlaiv until tho soil:  | can he worked in* the spring. They,  jean then be set oui in * tli'p-edsc- of j  the j-arden or in sonic other placi*1  j when* the s-oii is. deep and rich and.  ���������where they will be oarefuUv oultivat-!  ������  ���������ses;-  Wg% GIN PILLS  Gin Pills act directly on these vital  organs���������correct nil disease���������neutralize  ti ric acid���������purify the blood���������relieve the  pain and reduce swelling in hands and  feet.    50c. e box ; 6 for $2.50. . At all dealers or sent on receipt of price.. |  O Sample free if you mention this paper. '���������'-.- 0    185  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., OF CANADA LIMITED,      ���������      TORONTO.   ���������^  )  somewhat  a torch  to  warm up' the intake  etc  lu   iilsinliiijt   tbe  cuttings,  see   that,  the soil is deep and mellow and then:  'thrust    ;i   long-hla'ded    spado    down I  .fered  the  pnhhe has bestowed    such' vt������i-ti������-nlly   into  the  b'oil   ami   bend  if  ���������important    heueiits     upon     anaemic ! ov'01' si'li'������woso as (0 leave a    -shap-  Slrls     as   Di-.t Willinins'   Pink   Pil-s. j'"! ^"'"Jv ������I������"S U" row.    Into this  , Tlio'v build up llie botlv     ���������  ,  and filled wiih clean oil occasionally.; .������������������ *llu.  HHl)   re(]   ,i|o^,,   ,hal    ���������iV(,s j Inch  One  .ureal   trouble   is   1.1   trying i'>'i splotulid  health.  briuht, eves, a  clear  run   an   mi-iiiie-    on   weak   Ijatn-ri^^. ; (>omi)Ii>\ion "ti:u!   womanly   brightness.  Srrotij;   fresh   baiienes,  and   a   <.-lt.-s������ii ;-jic1-0 is 1Ul ivstance nut of many ro-  magneto   will  do  wonders  111  ,10*,!lt1^ | corded   thousands.     Miss   Doliun. Ar-  seiiault.   I'rbaii-villo,   P.K.I.,   says:   "1  stiff orod   from  an  attack: of  anaemia  which uiy friends feared al  one timo  would   prove fatal.  *   I  ���������r-.rew   thinner  every     day   hud  dark circles^ around  my e\es. co'ild uot sleep well at night  and  I i red  batteries.  holding'  oii to   your   rcli-iiinia     faith   and   patience.  Ai times wln-a, my onjiii-f* did not  woik I bavo simply left, it, and taken  up another job ar-d at another attempt ii. was a willing worker. However, this should 110L be the case, but  nevertheless this is a trail of the  gasoline engine. A great many limes  the*, conner-ting wires will heeoni--'  slightly broken or some panicle of  soi;i or dirt lian become all ached to  the point of contact, or.-perhaps the  mica lias become, dirty.  yj'he make-atul-break spark is ihe  niosi satisfactory for a farmer's use,  as also is the, tank cooler ifocarr is  taken to withdraw all the water during ���������the whit* r .mouths. Four batteries, by using the multiple series, will  be sufficient for a two horse power  engine, used for tbo starting, afterwards switching onto tho magneto,  and will last for six or eight months,  giving .good service if prororly cared  for. and detached front engine after  each time it is used.  Always nS(> iho best grade of- eyliu-  nevor -use heavy oil in the  ���������Successful   farming.'  der oil:  cylinder-;  Fresh  ever I������  been  have  Suppliec in Demand.���������Wher-  Thomiu*' Ko.ectrie Oil has  introduced increased supplies  bc.;;n ordered, showing ihat  wherever it goon this excellent Dil  impresses its power on ihe peop.o.  Xo matter in* what latitude it may bo  found its pefency is-never impaired'  is nu: up hi nnsr portable shape  ' ��������� * 11 be ca'-l'icd witiiout  fear of br nkage.  gs'should be stuck about,I*J  es apart and deep enough so|  thai, only the uppermost bud is above !  ih,- surl'no."*. The soil should then-  be trampled linnly with tho feet, sol  thai The opening made by the spade 1  will he entirely closed and* the soil!  packed* (irmly along tluyentire length!  of Uie cut l ing  When planted in this way and carefully cultivated through tho summer  these    etittings     will     have    grown  What about your wife and children? Will they  dress well after you'nrc gone ? Will your children  be educated?* Have a talk to-day with an agent of  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.,  OFFICES:���������Winnipeg,   Edmonton, .Saskatoon,  ���������> Vancouver.      Agents Wanted.  01   up   in   ihe   morning   fociing!'���������IK)Uf;'il   "������  U)al*   ���������Iie.v   ma>*   ho  trans-  anil   depressed.   I   suffered   se-j I'lan'Pd into ".heir permanent locntir.n  -ere'v from beadachus and pains in  the back" .md limbs. I had tcJo.iyo  school, and was, unable to do uriy  y,-ot-k around tbo house. I had no appetite iind fre.(|UL-nl!y vomited what I  did eat. I was under :��������� doctor's care  for eight months, lint was growing  worse and worse, and-'was almost in  despair, when a friend advised me' to  give. Or. "\Vil:i:uiis' Pink Pills a t.rii.1.  Anxious to "get well, I doeidod to do so.  After taking a few- boxes T found .1  good improvement, and I continued  taking the Pills until 1 had used '.line'  boxes, when "[ was again enjoying perfect health, and t found on"-weighirig  myself that 1 had gained seventeen  pounds. 1 havo since enjoyed porrcet  health, for whicli 1 have to than!' Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, and strongly advise all other ailing girls to give" this  medicine a fai" trial."  Kvery girrl afflicted with anaemia,  every woman who suffers from baok-  aches-aiKl sidoaches, and the other  miseries that afflict her sex can secure new health and stroiijTMi tlir,.">imii  a fair uso of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Sold by all'-medit-ine* dealers' or by  i mail at SO cents a box or six boxes  for, $2:50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Ilo., P.roekvjlle, Out.  the following sprint  - Sore Foot Lumps Cured  When bard callouses form 011 tbe  toes or '.* f ball of ihe foot, the simpli-  cst and surest cure is to bo found in  tin? special directions accompanying  Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart Extractor. 'II cures any corn, wart, bunion or callous���������does it in twenty-four  hours���������does it without .paiu. Insist in  getting only Putnam's Painless- Com  ami Wart Kxtraetor. Price "i"c. ���������  To Reclaim Soudan  If You Have Two or More Cows  Hsu i) Sinniinnl  Of-aiu Su'inrntor.  Vou wilt Kel. J1j  inort' profit from  eni'h (JO\V every  yci!', Ou it ru 111 ced  in nit* I m elu.ier  nml ilo bet l* r  work Hum any  oilier Hi:|������ii'fitoi'.  Sulfl Oil UUlill-  Hint it pays for  llsplf. Wrllc- tor  h booklet roil-  ��������� tiilnlni;      (lovi'tn-  IllCIlt    IPpOllM.  Tlie Renfrew Machinery Co.,   Limited, |  Sas'<<atoor. C.ilgary  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  II V' ll'f'-'ll'Tl.l VIII IS"l������.l"i 1,11V, ���������(' 'I..J-I  l'|,. fl| 1 1 ��������� '  -.1 1 i'i.111 mni sinlii.i-, nuiiiiM!, Mriivoi-., di ,-..\s: ���������,  nnnr.ti 1. i-ii:,m:,,*',,i,*i,< i.hi.i.m:. rm-rri'jti^.rti.,:,  ������.,i>- l.,r rnCEE ri.iivii ii'.i  in Hhiin-M, niji.i; i.'.  I',ir.,i ,Ii,i-4 in.I wiiiuh'.iii li. (.1.nt", eJc'i'.i i>,  THIINSWI"������eNCHREMeOV. N<IN<2N.:i  THERAPION;:fe,;  ll,!>r*.iir.l.'iui *iiii,iiii'V',* jiinipii;, .Miv,l,ii-I/ FRET.  N.i'(..'l,i.i .1(1 lll,.|l.lfl,, Ni.xlili^jlniii.. lm,l.|-':i 1.11:  Mi .1 i.-ii.IMi>|'ii> ifn.it lln.ll.yc .ii"*|i 1..>Mi.������m.I- fi.������  ������r  ���������<������-. I'  in I'riitt iiiiitM'i'i-i -,i'ii 1. CI.KK luO,  Work has" oce.n~c7oTiTn!^iTCctt~o"n~rm^  other great scheme to reclaim by irrigation vast tracts of dosort. in Ixiha  Soudan; It is belu-ved i: can be made  to add enonnitosly to the cotton output  of lho.British ^inpito. The tract which  is to be watered is known as the Oizra  territory. It lies between Ihe Blue and  While Niles, below Khartoum, iind consist of j...)00,00i> acres. Tho force nnd  (low of the two rivers is- sufficient to  wali'i tiie im'.lfo distiict when properly harnessed. Th>- pro[.*osal., is to  build two dams south of ICharfoum,  one over each of the rivers. Thus  the tract between the streams will be  irrigated, while al llm same'time the  force of th'; water Ilo wing into l-'eypt  wttl be controlled. At present the  liliio -Nile crimes down In a raging  flow, and the .White Nile, floSving in  steadier fashion, combines with it tj  make a lu,,*,;' overflow, 1'he building  of (be two dams will enable tlie How  ii cargo 01 guns  call my ship the  A Puse  "If I were rannii-.g a  in|,o Vera Grim.. I'd  'Yonosinni nrS"  "Why so?"-  "I could claim then tb'.t she lurl no  arms."  tn   be   in-e-pii'iy   rcguiati-d  rai-tlcally  in.'an  the final  P  and    will  li.'iriics-iing  lie Nile,  "How did yon come out of tlt.*iL"doal  in M'all street?"  "1 got several ���������"thousand dollars',  worth of experience. Put the price of  experience has ,gono away off, with  no chance tlu'.t 1 can ������ee of recovering."���������Washington Sta;-.  ��������� Nobody ��������� knows to what political  party General Fred Funston belongs,  but. coincident ly with his arrival in  Vera Cruz a new !,aby came into his  hoiiie in Kansas: Plvidenlly lip's :i  Roosevelt man. *  /*��������������� 'i?,*i  CANCER  Moot. r'i<*f.      A kiiuplr  nciiK-   Irrulrifiit r'lnovi-rf  lump from Ihii, Uiiv'u Inr Jul  (llil  (.ore.,  ulccru   uuil  ijiowlli-i i-iir-d.    Drhcriiifl  jrour Irmililf; w������ wlll ������riiit I100I1 iiid lewtimooiaU.  THi: CANADA tZsUCUt   INit I TUTC. lihi������i-q  10 cmjfiiiiii-i.. avi: . 10CONTO  PATENTS  ������������������V!'icr.!!'niliii!ir,li K   Co., Iii'inl I'fli"'',  King  ,-H'i'ct   i:ii-i,  'loioulu.  1'iiiiad.i,  Right In ;j StT/Se  "TImi   i-.iiiti 1'.. iii.  Mb.!'."  ���������'Wh.ii**  11.1. nuitier now '.'"  "I in-ln'ii  id tn  In briu',  nu: .1   v.,ir.  ciiii'lii'i-."  "Wcli,"'  "Ami   hi'ii. hi-  in in,';"  ,1.1   u..   iili'k.  I'h \i luiul I - :m^'i'  jihynical  Man"    Possibilities  .Man  is the crowning work 01' tied  on   i-3! dr,   bul,  though   so  nobly   endowed,  vse  must  nut  for["������*t  that  we  are the lofty children uf a rni'o whose  lowcxl l'orin- lie proHlnlo within iho  wntcr,  having  11,1   higher    aspiration  than the dc-li-i* for food, .Ami wc erin-  1101   uudcr.stiiud the poislble dfgraila-  tlon and inoval wrefclieduesi of .nan  without   knowing   tliat  bis  nature  W  rne-li-il  in  all  tin  I'liiiracteri-'iicn   ihat   belong  type nud link blm even with Ihe ilsh.  The  moral .'fill  llltelh'clilal gifts  Dial  dlstingiilidi li 1 tn from lliem uro Ii'ih tn  us'* or iibusi\   id' u.ny. If In* will, cb.(  inr.' his hetrci   nut lire ami be  ver.i''-,  bniir more Urn*, mnn.    lie ui.i;,   tiluUj  ah  low a*! the lowest  nt Ills  type, or 1  !-,.* ma'   ib-e In ;> splilniiil height  that i  will ninl.-.-  rl 111   vihlcli    iliN|liigi)l.*.lir-i-|  l.lin fruin tin. test tar moro llm cnii-i  trul-im*.   i-lenii'iit   if   lils   lin.'ng   llian '  Unit   which  11 -iiii-i-.  him  will,   tl'.oiu.    '  .N;:a--lv I  Sunshine and Rain  Thoro is much shower ami iiiii-h  sunshine, between tho .sowing of lho  seed and the ronping of the harvest,  hut lho harvest is generally a'aped after all. -.John llrlghL.  Sho-'li* yon don't give me" Ilia -tT-  1 want at once', I shall go back lo  mother.  Ilo���������All right, Here's the "liver."  .Vow wlml aro you going to do with  it?  yhe���������I'm going to semi il to niotlior so that she can come and see us.  An  Intricate Story  'Pioforo riiy marriage I told her all  niiit'M'.al j niy past, lii'i.   Don't you think 1 show-  u     Ills; od 11 wonderful courage'.1"  "Sos,  and   n   sllll   i**,orc   wosiiK rful  mon)oi-y,"---I.o!iilon   Opinion.  '���������Old  Maid" Lives  Longest  The spinster lives longer than the  married woman,'and the. woman who  holds an endowment, insurance policy  lives longer than lho woman who  takes out a straight life policy.  These facts, substantiated by statistics gathered last year by experts in  the employ of forty-threo insurance,  companies, were brought out by Arlh-  ,ur Hunter, an -actuary, iu an address  at the moid lily meeting of the Life  Underwriters' association of New  York.  Mr, Hunter also said the business  woman jives longer than the married  man, but he did noi attempt to -'explain why, except to say thai, figures  proved bis statement to be a fact. Nor  did he explain why the unmarried  woman survives the matron. He did  tell, however, why the woman who  "1TKTi'rTn'it~tnr^nd crw rac n ry v01 ie 3���������1 iv e s -  longer Thau the woman 'who has to  die" to -win.  "The. endowment woman just gels  up her.spi.'k and is determined to live  until the policy matures," he sat,1.  "The other woman sighs and says;  '"Oh, what's, the use?" .. ->  Mr. J i uni or- said there wero more  falal accidents in this country., than  elsewhere because of the American  "I'll take a chance" spirit.  "The mentality rate among    engin-  oi-ts and fire-men is eight, times that  of  men   in   other  callings."  he   said,  "and among  policemen about 40  per  1 cent, higher."       '    ��������� 0  NEW BRUNSWICK"  WOMAN'S MESSAGE  TELLS   HER   SUFFERING   SISTERS  ,   TO  F*IND  RELIEF  IN  DODD'S  KIONEY  PILLS  "SAFETY FIRST'1  Is the "Golden Rule" nowadays, which is why  .   you should deal with the Grocer  who wraps his goods in  Eddy's Antiseptic  Paper Bags  1  ���������*,  This oven test means  bake - day ^tock*  ".-"u >i*u Wii 111 I" many my daughter.' What ;ii'r >oiii* i.'V|ii'i:liiiii)������riV  "Wi. i*-|ii-i*t to 1 lope If you i'l'fi.'-i!  ymir r'lui.'ctii id' ti"'' marring-', and wo  iixpi d ferglvi'iii'si- V'hiii wc gi-i buck",  Tin 11 v.e i*.p''l >"������ 'n tnak'' us an  .illowaii''*"    l-i'ii'iy   Mi'iga/lii",  "Ada Ih  ii'iiii-iiiiiit  rune (Inii-  "Yi-f-, In iti)  mu*''  llli'litig  .uni   th.  Hltll    < ll.'ll  gctll'l'jl  ill  I    '>l*r't  '||i \;iHlib'  ami lu.--i  Uhil'lll:;'  .Wlilllg  ill   ill"  love all  lilm.*. n ..      '������..       '. ,     '.  Ti  riid  Hot   f'ti'/moir-   at   All  Mr?,.  t\ iii-i'ii > .. i.i.ii.i.,  .tu'.'i !,.,   1,  1.  baby    v i'ii'   bi-iii;;   In ci,.    ill.-tll   .. ,|   !ij'  Mil Ir   1 ������������������'.[   dooj    ui W'i 'ii 1 -  1 -11 ,..���������-., '   '.   ' '  the  l;abv"i   i-'i- r  i'i'   i'e ii  uin'l-' '"  *��������� ild  om-.  '*\i������;   In"  looked  :���������*   h   r-'.'d   >ail  ir M  t.ho   ih-'.'   ?!'.,f'U"     ur.     in"    I.I-., i'i-  <���������<)( f "*.  'flm "  nlie   ol   I  (..li I,, ��������� ,  ..   |.i..r.  li.l.-   lb 1  Altrulim ;  s.iI.I ati luin.'i'l ((ml ib ah V to !  ii,f  driM'is,    .inii,  hum   ui>c  1  1.11 -      1   ��������� ��������� ���������  di-l':i-,'|ti-    wbln'V,  ,'hl.  1.'It  nml  l!  lib,.  Vill  ,','  Try   MurJms   t'.ya    Remedy  * Vi'uiiiii.ii   I '���������   an   o;i  (���������'���������       I ii-i 'I ���������-.      ,i:.'.'l!l|.-l  '/I , ��������� .   I>|    i'ii 1.1.1 nn-  ������������������V.'l.i'Ui. )ii*> irii'.uiiu-iit'.'"  *.- 1 ���������  our ft'*>'i'ts iii-' so  i' .   I.iul. be'ti r ;*i tip' dar!  !i-i- hiii-i-.li*'iiual.  gruni!).  !I-;:itlnt  "sua  ihe  ������11111  in.it  "    -I.Kill.-  tt  ���������It.'   ^ .1    ' j,*.  .,'-    I  . - ili-  ���������s���������i*'iv   ".,*   ���������'.:"������j.    Cn.:.: .,'��������� V-|.  ������K -.< ;,..';'..-i.. ��������� : :<i.yx,-y  j ��������� .'..'���������������.. r. ���������' -.t.c T- . ���������-:  v>- ��������� *,j. ' r ..��������� U <(���������'..������������������: Vr-: ������'���������/ J-t- ir>  " V . ��������� ���������-   y<* ���������*' '���������' ��������� ��������� t.-f������,  * I ��������� ������������-���������-, ��������� ti'J  Cj      w!i>i, .--j  T!  Weeded Alflrt*-  ..  - ���������>'.,    -.....'.*. ; *��������� '.v. ; >���������"." ���������'.��������� ���������  A   r.-ii-c.ii   iK'iily.     "I'v������-  i-'.ot   a.  _    1- ���������    , 1,'iiiiini-    li'Ui -i'i   J'.'"  , 1   1 -./.   .,'"    njil'..-I   I'.iig'-.lls-.  vi- ��������� <i tl- !>��������� .iml jim-fy tli->  ������-��������� r-  ;    - -'.    :.    ..i ',*'.'!.':   - ."   t! ,������,'.    - 'Tl "  ,"/.  ''I    U    *r' 1  (.'������������������(������������������-i*  r*������.|  Toastie  Flavour  A Winner  Kvery tiny mnny arc liiuiinii  out thiii  Post  Toasties  ttrc dtffcrcMTt frotn of hoi ''reiuf.N-  tn eat" foods. It's in (lie  1-link in it.  Toasties tire careful!} cooked hits of choicest Indian corn  toasted loan appcti/.iii).*.gold-  Cll'lll HV. 11   tli.NJlllC It.  (/.ire and time in toasting  and the delicate flavoring  make this crisp corn-food do*  Ii4l������ti'nl.  Post Toasties*"-rcad} to cat  direct IVmn the scaled paekaruc,  with cream ami siirfnt* to taste.  ������������������Sold !>}  (ii'iicers  i"nrs.iu.  Wltnl-  i������.*.-i  Mrs. James B. Roy W.io  III for Two  Years    and   the Doctor Could Not  Help Her���������Hew She Found a Cure.  Trcinhlay     Holtlomcnt,   Gloucester  Co., N'.Ji.--(.Sjioclal)���������Mrs.   .Tames   H.  Hoy, an cstltuabb: huly,    well Unown  Iicrc, has made the following statement,  I'd* lHibllcatlon:  "I'or two year.-. I suiforod from tin  oxtrcnif* wcalkiii'SH nml an awful juiln  In 1 ho bach. Soincilmi's my back wuh  .so weak I could, hardly walk. I was  always* iicrvoiu', I had no mipollio anil  I wiirt fiillln*.', very fast. 1 took modi-  c.lnoB from a doctor, but continued i������  Kio'.v worstc,  :    "Tli.-n    I    started  lo    uso    Podd's  '.Kiiltii.,   Till:, am. .-xou bi?Ki\n    to lm-  ! jir/n-o.   Hy iho 11 mo I Imd llnlnlied the  I third  hov   1  wnn completely cured.  I  I know I owe my cuiv to I'odd't- ICi-luoy  { I'IIIh, iind  I  want othor mifi'i'ivrri to  [know that  .Icy ylso may bo ctircil."  j    Mrh. Uu.v'n s.viuiitonii* ahowed   Unit.  dbc hai] Klilin1}  Irotibli',    That'ti why  j (iln-  I'oiUld  s-iroily  relief llllil  I'dllljlli'te  (���������urn iii Jlodd'n Kidney pllhi. 'fhoy ari������  a JShlrii'v l-iMiii'dy,    pons flihl Klni|ile,  The reitridii tbey euro hO many tmffor*  lint woiiii-n  is    Mint    tilm-tonthri    of  '.-.oiiion'n ifiHiblcii   come    from    nick  KllllH-VH.  If   your   baking   results  vary, you hi ay Iind,the reavson .  0    in the flour. . For there is only  one way that a miller'can as>  sure you constant-success. An ;  oven test must be made.*-. (      ,  So. we   lake, ten   pounds  of  wheat-from each'shipment deliv-J  -ered at our mills.   We grind this **** ggw-nyU  sample into jipur.   Then the flp"E,|*UK!l JP  ^ i'sJbaked into bread.     :  K,t   '   -1 I  li this'bread proves to be tha  "lucky"   kind���������high   in-   quality,-,  large in quantity���������we use the shipment.   Otherwise we sell it.  You buy luck in flour bearing  ���������������������������DM "  I  l  this name.  No need to merely try yourli^c  yluck.  tt  More Bread and Better lftcad'| ancl  "Better Pastry Too" \������ ������������  The Irish In the States  Horo In 11 miiiui.'I, und u true one,  ol' the jiiui'.v ol lllc I'l'llilillitUt Umli r-  Kccri'itiry if the t'liucatloa ilopavi-  itieitt (Kncluii'l), wbo remnrked thai  the l'ulteil gluten would never ho  hu|i|iy HH every Irlidunaii tliero hnd  nbot ';��������� \WAVu and lucu luinneil t'ot* It.  \  wnil Known lilahmiiii lead    the  ��������� ''Windproof" Noses  The "wlml'irool"' i'ioko, a new In.  volition, was described'111 tho (.icrmnii  Surgical CotiKt-es-fi nt. 'He.riln by Pro-  fesrtor Kocni������ 01' Marburg.  He cxplaiiiiMl that, all artificial  tiOKOs hithorto dovhctl were oil so  frn.il construction thai a sudden Hunt  of wind wh-hi al any lime wrench  them I'roii. iholr iilacci-i. 1'rofcKMor  KuchIk's pali'iil, nose coushiiH of a  framework dupllcallti������- dllTeronl imrls  of lho real organ r.nd built out of  the Htirfaco of tho broiiRtbnno and  the adjacent, jibs. The. hrhlsi* of the  noso and lho (inrtlafff jnv coiiBtrnct-  od from the broiisibon *��������� nud the bUIok  of tlio none from rlliH.  rrol'osHOf Koenlr, dcclurori Ihal 1.0  linn carried oui niiinorous lOiccessful  oferiilioiifi for fiii|i|������ly|iiK wlndiiroof  noscri.  Minard's Uni-ner-t used by Pliysi-  clnna,  Kindness ...  "Is  she Rood  to the children?''  "Vory.    Sho  lets   thorn   do   ey'erjr-  thhiK their fathor doesn't want them  to do."  Our Motorists  The Motorist (still at. the wheel, to  pedestrian, whom ho lian hitj���������I any,  before yon ko, if 1 haven't hurl you  too much, you might start mv bally  unnltic up aKiiln.���������London Opinion.  CoriiH cannot exist when Hollo-  way'H Corn' Cure is applied to them,  b''caiine it. fiot-n to the root and iii'.la  the grow lb,  - "What do you tlilnU  of    my n*w  ,r.nlt?"  I    "J wiui) I wan ai" kooiI :i nalesmfitt  ' im tho'follow who nold li  to yon."-���������  Poniiy .Mngazlno.  of your  The  Easiest  Wny  Two  llltlo fellow:*  wero I'M-liiiiiniiig  conlideiiecs     one    afternoon  on   lho  fu'fit ;,ti*|i.-i.  "lli'is." wild one, "1 liaie to Imvo  Imiltluio come. .My mot her wniilrf ti|i>  to titlie a bath .-vi'iv nlKlit."  "Ho ilot-H mine," remai'l.ed iho nthPi- j "TIht  littlo hoy, "but I don't inliul It. My  fiither in 11 doclor, nml ma alwnyH  {���������ol.s lilm to chloi'ol'o"m liie, hi> I never  know a .thliu: nlnnit It until It'., ull  ovi.'i'."---l'oti'oll l-'ree IT.".-.-.  "''.Miitlatil, do you kIvo any  timo for tiolf-rcucctlon'.'"  "Certainly I do. What do you Kiip-  iiiisn loii)������Wii;-iilas.?i.'3 arc uiailr l'oi*','"���������  .Indite,  When  the donUey nuw the /ebrii  Uo benaii to HWiioli IiIh tail;  "Well, I novo*-" wan hl.s omniont.''  r. ,1 mule tint's been in J.ill."  ���������-I'hiliiileiiihla I.i'iU;er.  jbi- nilviiiiiiiso of rlcl'fi* roinulni  with him who proi'iirei', them, nol  wlllt  tlm  lielr.���������J'Iiihthoi:.  :>toiy, iimi  1  ���������> -\ I-.-  Iri'iililt'.-'nmi  |it*u.-i������fi^  \.r 1 ,-   ti'r-  ��������� lot!"  tiiin.  vri  ate   -a  ���������;;;.; 1  -iir  "Uu  marry  A Pjir 01 Them  loohn lid- a fnol! '  ,   itana,   le   biis   arilviil     nil'   to  him.  liaK','    W.-ll, don'i oM-r tell me  I can't hIzc tip !'<'i|ile"  Not Guessliifj  KMi'liabb* '*.".riy (ut tili������i������linti'-i ���������  Hello. \Vb> hi tlll^? . Who hi Ur.-.', I  ���������.,1, .'  Man   ai   'Hher   Ktid- Jiaveu'i     jjnt  .[.ll,      t.i   ;-'l������������������>   I'l'ldl' -    Tell   In.'   mi li'-  ,m'I������ ���������.���������.lin you ;ii'*.  Quit*   Vi^SfOti*  V.'if.-   Tl.i-  ilin't":-  *.t!d  t'-iU   a'v.iy  I  ni-i'di d a  ii'b-.'i- ���������'������'��������� ''b'-n  1 ������������������ a.',<������������������!  ., *-.-��������������� in*.   .'I'l.^ia ���������  l!i.li    ff -n��������� ���������*   I   >' ���������-.������   h-   Al.tn't  Ijive T.H-: ���������< '   ������������������������������������ ���������    *     ��������� ���������    ���������   .1  ���������  When Run Down  in physical condition it in usually becauso tho notion of tho  orpins oi' dig-cation hau become irregular or defective.  Then thoro, is need i'or tv Kitt'o niulspecdymcdieineto relieve  tiio ni.-j which utxv-.iiu'iuii,) iii.i/k.ii-k.ii.,1 lho ht'tjl.iy-l zivl  otronKetit. Tiiyune icmcuj,* yuu iif������y Wkvuml LviAnutc with 3-^  BEECHAM'S PILLS  (Tfc������ Until 3������U at An/ Mcdicln* li������ lb* Wrnii)  The first do.��������� ffiyc^ siieedy reliet in Hick-headache, bilioua-  nes.H, constipation, luck of appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia,  and lasting improvement follows the timely .we ot" thi* favorite ati'l vAhihlo hnmnromoAv. V-rm will i)*-co������mo hcnllhiur  and stronger, and more cheert'nl if you let Ueccham's l'ills%  Pick You Up  Dire, s'n.n ���������',\U Kvtry %m p^i.il rtf w������y Id ht������(������!i rnul tn ������������|itf'!tl'7 i-iUiM* M nwata.  'V**iir������ & *. V '->  I 'ei-mm* Hi-*:*.������-������, ^t. H-tr^K I 4.i*',������S,<r. I'nil.at,  74,1 rtr'^n''.:rr nt (.tut), iti V. S. ,\e.,*i,<t    It ),.<������.������, 2%tt/t\i,  I ���������:- - it  m  THE T-tfEWS. CUMirRm.A\T). R C  WATCHES  I You'll save much time *  and some inconveni-  [cnce- by making the,  I "OMEGA" your first  ^choice, because it is sure  i tobc your fiual selection.  '.for side by.  a)'. Jewelers.  IOt3BU.'JK=:z  Seal  Lov������p  Simulation*  =xsot  LO WATOH FREE.  A ������lrji|hU;-ri,tii ;an������roea  niter .Irom   in   wtakll.had  Jlrm.    Vla nra t\l>ut may  Watchaa   io   thouumU    at  rapid alt   orer   tha  . ww'J   tt    a    huia  Adva.tlfcmtJRt.    ^o*v  la    jour   chanM    to  .     obtain cm.    Wrlta  1,, now,    enrlci's* , a������  "    cent, for gtia c(  oor  'Mlilonalila I. ��������� d 1 ��������� a '  iMnt      Gnalda,      ot  Genu-   AlWlU,   nest  cai-rlatj itilj to'wnar  wllh tfca vattli. vihich  will   be   ilTfa   Trea  (lliertn    ffaiclit-jt    ara  ������utratito������,t a.i rc*n),  ���������bould  ron take nl.  ., \anUco at ou.- eiartal-  i lnu: offer, We exvai Ton to tell yom (rlocdi  I Jtoac u������ and choir them tbe Utatllnl ntcch.  L Hon't think thla offer too tool to t-e true, *hut wnd  i as cant** lodar awl rain a ?rw Witeii. y������n  D Kill lie om������������e,l.-Wll.f.I*Ma A UjOYI), Who'aula  1 JanellenilDeiit.lU), SI, Comwallla ltoad, UaJvit. N..  K Kiflanl.  afar-"    -li HUM ���������HWIIII IILU--MJ.IWULmj|. M<l.������.--.-arwy-������5P  Children"'-  teething  MFt&WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED BY  MILLIONS   OF   MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  EVERY  MAN  IN   BUSINESS  .   NeetU Our  CATALOGUE  Ot Marking Devices.   Send for lt.  DICKINSON,  The   Stamp   Man."  I11A    First    Street    East.    Calgary.  v Wise Mexican Mules  "The.mule h, Mexico is a wise "animal," says a man who has studied tho  animal in that, country,, ������A"Mexicau  mule will do just so'much .work,'and  not a bit more. The riding "mule, for  instance, is.'fully aware of the distance  down to a rod, he is supposed and required to traverse in.the progress of  one traveling day, and all the.sharp  sticks or goods or dynamite on earth  won't get him to do a bit more than  what ho knows* to be the correct distance. The .Mexicans have got a peculiar siiyin.u in connection with this  characteristic of the Mexican, mule.  Vou ask a Mexican how far it is by  muleback to such and -such a-point.'.*  - " 'Two days' journey if you aro not  rushed, bu? three days if-you are in a  hurry,', the Mexican will reply..  -.'His meaning is thin, if yoii dbn't  ask more of your mule than you should  ask of him the mul-j will bo able to  make.the trip in two days, Hn|. if yon  attempt to drive the brute he'll soldier  on you," and in consequence the. journey will take you three days."  A Bk of Sarcasm',  '���������The late Or. Morgan Dlx." snid a  clergyman of New York, "had a droll  way of lightening grave subjects with  .little humorous asides. Once I hoard  him addressing r- graduating class at  a medical school.-. He began. in this  way:  -"Physiologists tell us, gentlemen,  that the older a man grows the smaller his brain becomes. This explains  why the old man knows nothing and  lho   young  one  everything."  iRESlDlNT  *;; :^?V^#,ky^y^.SyJ^;yJ  Rapid Stars  Even * astronomers are expressing  astonishment at a speed record recently discovered among the stars.  The Andromeda nebula' has been  found to bo moving in flic general  direction of the earth, at.'the rato qf  about 1(3,000,000 miles a d.;\v or it ear-  ly'200 miles a second. This is vastly  faster "tlin.i (be motion of the earth  round the sun or of the sun in sp.-ico.  lt will, be some time before the nebula approaches very close to the  earth,-however. Observations of tho  nebula by telescope aud photographs  do not show the slightest measure-  able trace oi movement toward the  earth, which indicates (hat it is ,so  far away that travelling 111,000,000  miles a day is too slow to be apparent. The discovery that it is coming  at thi.* rate -.vas made hy a study of  the spectrum of its light.���������Saturday  Evc-unig  l.'ost.  "Say. old mnn, j-v/u're looking a hundred per cent.' better than you did a  year ago."  "1 was worrying about niv" debt&  then."       .   '      ������ -|  , "All paid, now, eh?" *   .     i  "No;,, but they ,have grown, so that  1 kirffw* there is no use trying to pay  them. I tell you it's a grea'j'load off  my mind."  , ���������  ���������First Sportsman (on the way horn-  after dinner)---111! Look out where  you're going! .  Second Sportsmar���������Look out yourself!    You're driving, aeru't you"?  .First" Sportsman���������No,", .1 tho-.ignl  you were.���������Exchange.  "1 hear there is going to be a cr.n-  gressional inquiry into Hackmay's.  business."  ,   '^i had no idea he was so prosperous as that."���������Life;--  vmiLmwBGM  *"' WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  " > i-oiiH'tliuiR   heller   than   linen   and-bis:  *  hiiiiuli-y   lulls-     Wash, it   with   soap   and  waici*.'   All   stores or ilirecl.    Statu style-  iimJ size.    I'or Bile  wo will mail yon  THE  ARLINGTON  COMPANY   OF  CANADA,  ' Limited  . BS Fraser. Avenue, Toronto, Ontario,'  HER3AU3T  Registered Tape Worm Cure, price  fivexdjllai'B, forwarded by registered  post, J'cnitt. by post office order to  O.* P. Alvi'r, 501 Sherbourne st'-eet,  Tore ti to.  Forget Mother  Johnny--YouYq the  meanest,  hate  fulest, spiteful  thing  I  know.  Tommy���������And you're    the   crabbed--  est, ugliest���������;,  ������������������  Father���������Hoys  boys!      You    forget  that your mother is in "lb?' room.  '.'Your dog has bitten chunks out of  my leg  twico now."  "Do not be angry.'* urged lho girl.  "1 am in hope that be' will like you."  "I-iow many samples does he need  bofore-Jie makes up hi? mind?"���������Ohio  St'ito/.lournal. - "      '  Says   Education  is   Not   Progessive  In' delivering.,the  report  on   rural  education, in the province of Quebec  at a" meeting of "the Presbyterian" synod of Montreal aud Ottawa. Rev. Or.  Love,   moderator,  Qufebcc; city,  said  that'many Protestant children in outlying, districts were growing up without  much education while a number  | reached adult age without any education at all.    Protestants in the rural  ills' nets bad decreased  while Roman  t'atho'ics had increased.  "The Most Unkindest Cut*'  Cholly���������When  I  was  a  boy,    you  konw, the doctor said if I .didn't stop  smoking  cigarettes. 'I - would   become  leeble-min'ded.  Miss  Kecti���������Well,   why   didn't- you  Slop'.'  The "Complca*.*'  Samaritan  Qwuer���������-llore. what are ��������� ou doing?  Don't you know you're iiot allowed to  take lish out of this'water?  Angler (throo hours without a bite")  ���������I'm nol taliint", tliem om: I'm feeding them.-*  m  uui^f  sSr     ���������������        -���������������-  YBMWMPOWKHlX-S  BcsMHistownaV  rOUCWMM INttKCH-K  tKT3A������l*l������������K������j;  jjSlffltllWTBT.Ut  Alinnrd's * Linrmeiu  Co.,   Limited.  I   was  very sick  with   Quincy  r.nd  thought  '[' would   str.ir.glc.     I     used  MINAKD'S LINIMI'-XT  and   it  cured  nie id, once,  lam never without it now.  Yours grratel'ully.  MRS-  C.  n.  PRIXCR  "Nauwigewault, .Oct.   "1st'.  Mint  1UJANY BRANDS OF BAKING  1,1 POWDER CONTAIN ALUM WHICH  IS AN INJURIOUS ACID. THE INGREDIENTS, OF ALUM BAKING  POWDER ARE SELDOM PRINTED  ON THE LABEL. IF; THEY ARE. THE  ALUM IS USUALLY REFERRED TO  AS SULPHATE OF ALUMINA OR  SODIC "ALUMlNlC   SULPHATE.   .  MAGIC   BAKING   POWDER  .     CONTAINS    NO   ALUM    ���������    ���������> .  THE   ONLY   WELL-KNOWN    MEDIUM-  PRICED    BAKING    POWDER    MADE    IN  CANADA    THAT    DOES    NOT    CONTAIN    ALUM.  AND    WHICH    HAS    ALL    ITS    INGREDIENTS  PLAINLY    STATED    ON    THE    LABEL.  WjfoSijKn u**i  ���������gEC3^^  S.  W.  GILLETT   COMPANY   LIMITED  WINNIPEG        TORONTO.   ONT.      MONTREAL.  JAlNSNO A|  rsrra  Complimentiii'- the Judge  In "Stories From the -Hench and  Bar" Mr. Arthur ,11. '-"'uglebnch recalls  the following sloty of Sir tleorge .les-  iiol, master of the rolls: One day he  was having a point, pressed upotrhim  by a barrister named Oswald, wbo cit-,  ed words in support of his point, from,  a reported judgment of the master of  tbe rolls.  " 'Mr. Oswald," .interposed Jcssel. -\  could not have* been such a fool ns ,to  have said that!''. ���������  * " "Oh,   yes,   my   lord.'   retorted   Oswald, 'you were, my lord, you were,' "  o������  Criminals  at   Large  CJibbs     t visiting)���������What    sort  .neighbors have you heic?  Dihbs���������A bad lot. There's a L lack-  smith who's engaged in forging, a  carpenter who's done some counter  t'tting and a couple of fellows next  door who sell iron and, steel for a  living.  Ilo���������People i-re sayiu  me for niv iuonoy!  He-r-Well, I had to give  reason.���������Bystander.  you married  them some  "Was yuir husband cool when you  told him there was; a burglar in the  house?" asked  Mrs.  Hammer.  "Cool,",,,replied Mrs. Ciabb. "I should  say be was cool. Why, his teeth chartered."���������Cincinnati  Enquire .  Getting the "ire" out of Ireland i*  the English rub.���������Memphis Commercial Appeal."     ' '   ���������     '  "What did you tell tyour wife, when  you got home from the club last  night?"  '4 "1 told her she "was the sweetest  woman iu the world.'--llostou Transcript. * '  ."And what do you know aliout  Moses?"   .  "Please, teacher, it's my lirst Sunday here and i don't know anybody!"  --Punch.  ''Gone  }>acl:  to  smoking  yet?"  v, "N'ope.".  ''You  must   have   considerable   will  power."  "Well,   what ' I   lack   my   wife   supplies."���������Louisville.   Courirc-Journal.  '"Didn't you'find il rather cold as  the thieves were making- off wllh  your clothes?''  "Oh, no. They, kept me well covered with their revolvers."���������Princeton Tiger. .,   ���������  The 'Gusher  - "What is a gusher in au -oil Held?'*  "The man who writes the prospectus." replied be who had been slung.  ������������������Birmingham   Age-Herald.  Boarded by a Pirate  Miss Gush���������Ob, captain,  were   you  ever boarded by a pirate?  Captain Storms���������Yes. be charged  me S:l a day for a bedroom on tbo  fourth   floor.���������Christian   Register.  Seedy   Hoarder���������-Tlaw!   You���������haw-  may not believe it.' don't you    know,0  Polly but I was bom with a���������haw���������  silvah spoon in my mouth.     a    .  Polly���������Well, fancy! An' me an' mother thought you spoke like that on  purpose!  . No child should be allowed to suffer  an hour from worms when picmpt relief can be got in a simple but strong  remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm . Kx-  terminutor.  If it ever gets Into action.strangers  will wonder how the Pacific fleet ever  got it? name.--St. Louis Globc-Domo-  '. t .1... -,  "It seems strange that he coulil  plunder a great' corporation like that  for years  without  being found out.'*  "Well, you see, the corporation was  pretty busy itself."���������Chicago Journal.  *  .lack���������I was just admiring  Mabel'*  hair.   How pretty lt is!  Mabel's   Rlvnl���������Oh,   she   has   som������  prettier than thaUr-New' York Globe.  Believe in Your Boy  . Is  there  a  boy  problem    in  your  - home? If so, you are looking for its  solution. It is to lie found in a little,  sentence of four words: (Jelieve in  the boy. II. Is a auA Any iu a boy's'  life when he hoars a purent say: 'I  liavo no confidence in you." And yet  piirencs���������well-meanhig   pn rents,   too���������  * say these very wovds to their b.iys,  nud oilier pa routs hay them as 'plainly by notions as if Ihey had spoken.'  A boy's daily' chores iimlude looking after lho barnyard, milking tuc  cow and cariiiivi for tho family hor.ie.  On several occasions tlu.1 faucet ilia',  supplied tho tank '.villi drinking water was found open and the barnyard  Hooded/ Of course, Ihe boy was  charged wil li cnrelessnesi', lie stoutly  denied having left the I'micK open;  but he wits tl.rcntenod with punitdi-  inenl next timo such troublo occurred, and he inlased It only by chance.  The cook happened lo look out of the  kitchen window just in timo io see  the old bay horse (urn tho faucet with  libi nose lie had probably learned  lho trick by accident, and was smart  enough to draw his drinking wator  fresh,  Many a boy bus boon punished for  Just -inch iu'Im which he never commit led, bo bo i;low lo Judgo ihe hoy.  The minimi hay i������ i*nie|; to respond  lo kindness nnt] just iisqulclc to be  lliirdi'iii'd by unjust jiulginoiiis of  those lu uiilhorlty, More than oiu- boy  I'liiiie haMy llii'oii'-li llie sioruiy yearn  of l-,ls leonn nol, lu-caiiKo of, hut in  t**|ilri> nf (lie (lyslein of dln-l'illuc lo  which he wan nuhjcclt'i] lu the hove.  -Tho Mnlbor'H Mii-;ii/,Iiii'.  .���������il  Miller's Worm Piw.lt it do riot iuv  the ai'iei'-lu'lp (f curs'.or a'l o,* any  piirKiitlvo to eiiiiiplclo their iborough,  nous, bi'1'niino thoy nre thorough In  UiniiiHolvoH. One dune of th������>in, nud  thoy will be found palatable by 'ill  children, will end the wurm troublo by  tnnliiti*', the idoiunch jitul bowel*-! iiiilen-  nbln tn the pnni-'llrH. SuA not mily  tills, hut thi! po\Mler������'. wlll be cornlu lo  ('M'll most liciicfli'iiil inlliione.'H In tlie  dij*ctliw ori'iiuti.  ��������� 'oui     IJciih r-Why      don't      ymi  wheel (lie Ii-mty-v along more i-ui-kly,  I'nt.'.'    H  Is-  noi  a   very    html    job;  there's  Jin   Inclined   plan'  to  relievo.  j'iiii.  Pal-Aye, tiiiisl.r. \h:> plnno may be  , <     ,    i   *   i , ���������    ,     " ,  ... .....,*,   ,..������..  .������....(,   ...      ,.     .   ..,.,.  Pi-'i,I'i'Oil'.'   WlM'I'.lv  =3"  SUCH LETTERS AS THIS EXPLAIN WHY  Everybody Uses  We have on file ihounuiidi of  letter* telling of ������imllar cure* by  Dr. f'liiiifl'������ Nerv<i Food.  i  1-Mi'ht   Subtirbnnlti'���������Do  yon    enjoy  ^(;'iig      tall-      NV.M'.'-iUl.i'.i      iiOlrii'i-f.ll J  Harden?  Hecoliil     Subiii'luitille-  No;     cvciy-  .i >  ..  t.,   ;������   -,���������   .--   i  ,. ti,.,.i.,   , .'.  '  ft. i Hint ' I'uu't huii' tlin tun of *:i>-  Int: "If you bad followed niy iidvire  It wi'iiltl htiVf been In Iter."   .Iiulgi-.  Rye Grass  11;.c '.���������.liin' is believi'd In be the old  .-.1   yriif-x specially rnlHi'd for fornm,!  Ii.iiiii**   been  limn liiltlvuleil  In   l-:ng  laiul lui'ic tliun two c"titt,rl''������- ago  Answered  >;ic \m! Imp. did ww iV.d ������b n  lb,, r.-ipliiin K.'iid the s-lop rtoriM ';.i  ilii---.'.  in  lm' ;uihi<il'������'.'  11*    I   f'������     for   n   I iff jir.- t'Ti'l*:-  W   ti. U   1C04 .      .  Skcpticn ore- invited to write  to Mr*. Scarbo for confirmjllon  uf her cure.  erve Food  as a Spring Tonic  Mrs. .lilies .Sc.irbu, Mouiinettc, Stormoni t.o., Uni., wrues:��������� ami co/nplrlc.    1 mi lecliiin line and cat and sleep well, thinks lo iht  "I  think it itt my duty to write antl let you know the great benefit I rc������ wonderful good, accomplished hy Dr. Chase's Nrr.vc rood.    I wish evrry-  ceived from  taking Dr. Chase's Nerve I'ood.    linrly I uh t fall  I  became body troubled ns I wns knew of this grand medicine, which is no quick in  greatly run down, could scarcely cat anything nnd could not sleep wl night, action and so permunent in renults,    It will always have my praise."  The least sound would make me start and 1 was ho nervous I could hardly You can avoid  the feelings of fatigue and depression  which ninke  bear to have anyone- talk to inc.    I tried many medicine Imt none helped 3p,'ng so r|rcndcd by very many who are nol in robust henlth.    Sleepless-  me and I was in this extremelv nervous condition for five months. r,,,,^  irritability, indif������e*ition  ind li" -dnrh������>i toon din.ippe.tr wh-n you in  "I  read in the almanac about Dr. Chase's Nerve l-ood and bought crease  the vitality of the mind ami  body by using Dr.  Chase's  Nerv������  3 hoses from Mr. Armstrong, druggist at Mille Rorhcs.    Helofe. completing Food.    50 ceM j :t box, (t for $2/>0, all dealer* or I'.dmanson, Hates & C#^  the first box I felt the benefit and now believe the cure to be thorough Limited, Toronio.    Write for (ic* booklet on the "Nerves.'!  Dr. Cli.ij'-N Wfrrti Vooft ij ihi greatest of ������prfr������2 rMfoMlivw, fw������ea������ifr������ if -irrn.illf form* new, redl corpH-rele-t in ihe blood. THE   tfEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    fiR-T-HSH   COLTJMBT-A.  ,-*       .        . -Vyy   WAt*.'  I. *v -1, i j 5r, .N       ' ���������  ��������� "������������������!'-"    V   li"i'- > T {-I ,-v>������V"������i   \ \i ! I  * J I Ij  lo 1 niv ;uA J IhR or biuv.li i\ti-  -O.-nparj;/-   i ,-n\������r Tvsoit'deceased, ink-str.te, -    i  -. i ���������'   '7.-  \) 1* *  ���������33ir=g3g^^ -  "is-V.d   itde.'t'  ior.-; ut out-  ���������<*-:iy in us. columns  AND  T>..    , '��������� *.   .iU-LV' 20 10)4-  '.* " 'iS.' NOTICE  ,    .,._.  ,_..     V->1 TIIK MATH- R ofthrt'-Oilv  ... ': i.iji.illOll^ in OUI-  '.'���������ial Ad������jiiii_slmtors Act.';  ' TAKK NOTICK that by order  of  -liis-   Hon or   Judge*   B-trkt-r,  made tlio otli citiy   of   November.  IU'1.1, I was  appointed   AduiiiiU--  traror of tlie H^tato   ol* the above-  mentioned dew.'-asod, and   all   piir-  v'u-s  li.iviut*   chum?   .u^-unst   the  snid t'st.ite an* hereby   ivrjuirii! lot  fn-'iiisb  ���������-'ime.   properly   verified,  to nio an or   before  tbo  loth day  ���������l>t-ecmboivllM3.    AND all   par-  , -3. y,r *2', hou,a, ci water.^'* ^deb'trd to   said   euiaU",   are  ���������l.'yh U.-..s is  a  required lo *pav    the   amount   o  their indebtedness   to   nio   forth  "*.-- v.'.K   TO TAKK A*KI)  ���������    '.-'A!'!::;.  ,./i*.-v  .;:von   tlut  I-'aq'.l1-  : . i   Uilji.iiiVj  ct    Victui'ii:,  to iako  Slid  '.>t -C-  ;��������� rcn   tbricioU   I\i'wcastk  "ai) i ;-> "*u*> sti'Jt'.ts of (leor-  ..   V ut.- t   < f   Iii;!   Qtialianm  .   . v'.-cu-r iti 1 ;-u di-.- it*d ,*.������ rJf'OG-"  .���������r,i   i a 1 -v ,y  a.iil v ill  bu Uhi-.d  ���������."it " -;>j'\v*���������-;,*��������� i'.i pi>s->s on tiiu bud  i.   ,   .j It.'.lway.Uijjh-. of iV-.y.   Thi*  .i      i '.i-,!'>-slL-d *ji t.-.e j.:rov." d on   the  ." Apr i. i'J.H      'il*.-.'  ajiplxatim  ' in 'lie ediui* i f t**iu "Wrt'Ur Rr-  ,'icb-i-i.i, U. (;.    01i,ice*.iuiis may  ".������,(i \-i"h vhc riicil W\'.'-' r  Recorder <r  ;*  tii.hM'.ii-r'uf V.'.iter Rights,  : i'u 'di i*-1, Vic", ri i "ti. (J.  ��������� .. ii/;'������ :."AX.-u.M<i railway  Applicant,  11, I.   BEASLKY  A<j;t-iit  niv7  .....   '-ISCli '1T> l'ARl'1 AXD  \. .7 W.*.Ti-.H  with.   -1 /  Dated'this lith day of November, 19,13. *   .,      ������   :  AV. V.'.j-sr.KY \Vii.i..\hP,  Ollieial AdiiiiiiUtrtitur,  vjmnbechuid.  V>. C,  IN3THE   COUNTY   COUUT  OF NANAIMO' IIOLDEN  AT GU.MHkTvbAND.  TN*  TIIE il.'ATTEK  OF Daniel  jMwj-m dee-eiised, int'-s'tiite,  who  * died ;it   Cnmberlaml, 1>. C.   on  June 25th 1018.  AND ' t  IN T?1E MATTER of the-   '-Oili- "  cisil Administrators Act.'' *  TAlCtTKOTlOE that by or-  dor of His lionoi"' Juu'o-b iJarker  made tiie 5il.i day uf Noveinhei1  ii'13, L was appointed Aciitiinis  tnitorbf the Estate of the., above  ' mo itioiiud deceased,   rind   .-dl p:iv  '\   ��������� .:C   w -fc,  3- tl  '. ;h  .;..*'-���������>:'.' j> i"i   -bat  J''.-;niii-  '**.-. ,j.-"j.-'  j; ���������.;;.. iv,   o!f Yict.nr'fi,  ���������'ri.y .*' "��������� ;-. 11* :io,- in tiikc and  -* ..il us j". r r.y huttrs,'of   ������ai(;r  "iv i.n.h, v.'.' v.'hfr.).is jn a uoi-  ������������������ * ri/iri '.iir.iurj:'.!   ;C-. ��������� er.stlo Dis-  .-.iv,-.<������ intj Du.-. r.y, ^oor^  having   claims   against .the  ���������';-*������������������'.���������   T;..-w.'t'.-\Y si b-d.vor -said estate are'bereby  requirjid In  i. ��������� ...  ...a.i-ft.y <i���������i.  jllrills"l  ,nrtlI)e.   proper.y   verinirri.!.  . ��������� -..,. ������' ���������i.'.ra'i iUilwiy -iinipo-c-n j . '       '     ,     ,.-,.'  -���������___h, ^_^u_ i-r ui  ( lo me on or before the 1-iib oi J)e-  ivs;--d ni    tlio! comber.  11113.    An^fTETli! I~i7ar fies"  j  l,f 'yyl<   ;;',:5- ' iml-ibti'd to snid    esttitiV"'"*-"    re-  .1 ������������������-.'S'ii'.-.->!i  ';.- :ii *'l iu iSi������  i.-liic" , . .. .] .    ,- ��������� i   .  .    , ���������   CLiared to pav Hie  :uiie;tnt-of then*  ���������    ���������".-.in!-!- ai   N icti'i.-', R. C. ". , '  ���������-.   ai-.y Ims I'-l J w.xu iho'EnidIllK,'l,^ttKl,lt,fS t0 luy ioi'tHwUb'.        "  .:.,������������������-.-:��������� i v viin iho t'onptiol'.in*       Dated lids  lllh day of Novein  .*  *.i-.j';ii!J,  Vulbn.ci i'..  Hii uiicsrii.  .   ;'. t)  . *- Ij'l k NANAIMO RAILWAY |  A.pplioaiJt f  .il." K. llH-xSLEY    }  Agon t  my"  her,- 10 IS.  , AV. Wkoi.ijy Wt:i.bAKi>,  Otiieial AdminLstriitor,  Ci w'icrlaml. B. Oi  WATER' NOTICE  .���������'OR A LH'I-'KOU. I"> TAKV. AND..  vyv, vv.vn-'it.   ..  \01. \CK ia hereby  niv en  thnt K qnb  ���������-.ilt i'J   Miuiiiiio   Rnilwiy ui Victoria,  r*  ('. wil1 afy y fi'-r .-I'lieciei to tu'vo nnd  r U)o,'.:!)(l<;nH ms pcv'Jl liour-, cd water  .'. ii.  llii.d'o.  (.lm*:, whiuli  11i>wh  in a  ���������i .'.cr'v din ilii:,, tUnj'.u.'.h   'NidHwn l'!������-  1N Tllifi   COUNTY   CCU-.IT   OF  NANAIMO  HOl'iDEN" AT  . CU.M1JEHL.VNI)  1N TJ115 ' M ATTEII oi l>iniid 0'���������  (JornJl.nUu hnov/ii  ss  J>aiiie  I    John O'Cwimili, doco.iso;!, ii*-t;:s-  iftlr, who died nt (Jnpo Oeinrncr  ell, Rupoit lM-jlrivi on January  20, VM.  Ai\r>  1.NP HE MAT mi uf lho "Oliieiol  ��������� -..nl I'lt.iili-n Ji"-  l':i-jtnj  yound nnni'i      Ailiniuirfti'iHi'i'3  A.:!.  .-   i; ver!   T!i������\v.tT will lii>������Mw(, d:    TAKE KOTEUE tlm'. by oiilcrof  * ���������liij"iUMorn.iiivfr..'mlliiU-iiy������ii������iv;lll������i'|.i;a. ijnnor   j,1(jR0   |5������rlcc?J,   made  ��������� ���������'lor'itneuil liiiilway p'.irpt)".*n on  Uie    ,     r .    .       ,,   vn���������...   ,.   ,    m,.,   i  , ,     ...       ���������,..,,,      ,,. I ilie 5;ii d-ity of iSoveinUer,  l!>ldT I  iind ��������� i."-. rrlu'ii ai i*:.iU'hj !',( hi i,f wrtyUns i ; ... .,  ���������Mo-, ww, uoitiM ,������..j.������ liround e.n thi.|w^   tvppoi ntc 1*   Admiii.'*-tr:!i(.r  of  3-' il-iy ot Api'l, H.MH.    Tl.o   appliriUiin i'tl o E.Ma-.-i-of thft  n!;(>va I'.lUiilioiiC'd ;  . i.i i.u iiVii iii 'so i nio-; nf th.) W itoi- ��������� # Ii cior.f^J t i*������iiU  nil'  imtit-.-*   haviiij.' '  y, .���������!).��������� j.t, Vviim'n*, M ('.   O jojti(ir.3 "'������>'| (1!.uiui������ Ajniioat I Wi   nniJ estate die '  '(''it'll  v. il I: ".'i'i t i il'-V.ili.w Kisujidi ,��������� cr;.       . ���������     ,   ^     . -    ���������   ,  .'���������.       . ,., L     ...   .    heroby ri'ijurrod  tm 'i!i-iiii*li   Mini', i  ',*.i;    '������������������     '.' 'i i-'nl'i-r   if   v\ ���������'-.*������������������'���������������   1 ll'' n IM, i , ..   , ,  ���������\rl.ii mmi Ki.l.'.iiu', \;,.*t<ni., H.C.       |MJ������ul'"������y vuili-.., io ,r.c on  or  1,������- (,  'j:.;,U'HM.MiT .<-. VWW1MO KA.llAVAVidiro llm V.'ib  day  or    De-jcmhiM,;!  ** I i*  AppKiMiy.   '��������� \[)\','i.     AN l>'.ui )iiii"iij>.i iudisbltrd I.) !.  '���������'���������������������������'������������������    I'-A^I'IlV    |'-nid cHla'c, a*e I'dHiiiT-d   to yay lb  ettep  It S   DOt  %  ^m^^^s^^^^^^m^^^^m^^^^^^^^  Ji DRAUGHT ait ^'Joe/r-Walk^tt's:  .eoi; England Hotel, and "In Bot-.  Tl^^^f^ti^ttre^HotBlB^^  A Most 'Healthy   Beveridge   and* -made  e,  from the'PUREST   of Malt and Hobs.  BTOESSCTiBaEa^^  ��������� ' - ' .        . .��������� ,  .'J.l'lllll  i iimuiiiit ol  Ui'.'.r   i.iiut.jU'v.iii.'.-'a   tn  ;:; tiik C(u;ntv couivr ok.1"*' fr,'lluvi;i"  \'\N W.\|:? IN ������������������I.i.M'A' AT        !    I'.^-d th."-* U'di d,.y   oi *.\t>vuiu-  cirMiiftbi.1':���������.''..��������� :.Ut, r)i:'.������  j   'ii'i,*      i|'*'"rii'   <M'    "i. i-.,' VV". Wm i.iA'\\'ii l ai>"  i.iS      II ) I'i        ,'i ��������� i *  l I ��������� !���������������    * ' I'       ., '.iiiil  ^(Uci,1 Admit* ..-..  .'.''.li'il f-riiviiii,.!": C*.  Anything you want  and whatever  ������������������way yo:i want -it.      ; Below are a,  few cf things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  '  ' ��������� ii  how well YOU will be pleased  S*ii*.!i *>i-..*i.i*i> ;-i ii-o'din Minvth  doi'.i.iiin.'ii, i;i c.t'.. io.     lio* ilii'd ill  11. it !.-!".dun .Inly 7, \,'AVi,  . > N i >  :N tii*:*: .".r.'.'ri'i-1'. -i n-.o-omc.iiii  'WATER  NOTICE!  A li^li'lviiiilni'.- .''������������������::  V.*K1?: NOTICE lli.il iv   'iriior of  . i    . , ' .     !       il  ll|,i    l n-lllll'  .1 il'IHC      l-.lt.Ml,      11. ml,.  ;    Vt.)f. A Ll'f-KNTJ". TU'l'AS-.n A.'.'L)  1J4-J V/.VtKR  I       ,\l li iV.I'.   l������   l,,.,������ .j    (,     ���������  ��������� ,   *  the ,'itll li i>* 1<I     N������v'i..llil-:.\    i'vi-J   ,11.1;,..   li,.,7....   V. ���������" * :���������.-.    ' '.   t'i..''ii  I .> ;i i ,i|nn)iiitri-    Ad:ii':ni-ilri\l������i|-ii>.C *vi'l ni'i'ly iui i. li.,1-. en in t*.il.������  -.muI ;  ..fll.ijK-.uti> >:  il-... uV.<vvurn.-tt. ��������� '���������- ��������� 'V^C'H >^ iy������ I'l1"-^ "'" ������"������������������ ��������� ("  .    , , .      ,1 ���������      idli-t ot Uu*>* (!l'-v-l(, V/liii:!.; i! ,i'i-inn iii'Mlr '  Vi lill''-'    dl-aJl'.l !*<''���������,  Mild    il1'.     I'-Vm*'- ,        .-     '.- . '     It li    .       , i.  ��������� ' i-rlv niiu-tiii.   iliiMinii  i;.,uii.'"   Di.Ii.it .  biiviniJCbiliut'   ft.. is:r-t   Hi'W,n-ipa) (.)i)<,,  ,���������., t..,^,;, (i ,,,���������,���������,,  ,���������., *  WtiWC ���������*���������'������������������ b"*f',by i-l-y'lircil to f'tir    'J'H-.t I'iv.T.    'I.'hd nr'.if will lo Av-. x t n \  ti'ldi. en in c, |������rt'(M'r!;;   */i-rifi������d, lo ..it VIM ��������� ������>���������.-���������. ru:uii trmii ItichvnyiiMl wi|i|  ii   ,>u or Imiiin {}'���������- 1!'. h  diiv of '������  :     V.".     Jw"     -1 inr   "'  In* i.. d /.'i* t.*5ii'rnl  Hiiiliva/(\r j/iii n ������i.i i  fIi*- li���������.l   .!.*< ,:���������:!���������/ "   ���������*��������������� ������r.i;!   ' i  i" -1;'   *'['  iri*ii^*-������n*i#w">������*n������"Jt itt'*H**M*vt���������'mam^mt*m*a+Mm-<iHH.  LK'ITKllliKADS  DllJillKAD.S  KNVKI.Ol'iiS  PAMrilLli'ia  "     CATAI.OOI'ICS  MKNl'iS  I'.l.OTTKUM  DODflKUS  SM.IHMNC, TAflS  VISIT!.N(J CA!'J)S  nr.siNKss r.'Auns  WEDUlNti STATIONKUY  DALI, IMlOlillAMMKS  KTC, KTC,  KTC.  ���������������������** *������������������' - ���������*- *��������� tt**- m. *w*t*i *-  V*-.'���������'��������� ��������� Vi,i i..,   .  ������ . \Vi-m.i,-, '.Viti-vnu,        f.virf.MAr;r>i v\.nai.\h ���������������..,..,.. ai .fc.., ,.. .^  t.>IKt-.in. Adwiidctratcr,. , /."���������pltwi.t '   h   u ys*-<  1^. K. BBVNr,i:v   [ ft I IIL-a  l  )  4  5  * Wt^-b'-vW^M UAkv������ -ftWtM-tMttt^kWMi^tJM ������!*>������ 444 rM������f ������������  _J  tafav.W-t ^tt.  1  C U MB EB LAND   NEWS SUE answs. vmmEm:A?rn. b. c.  /  *t&  oat  t> '      ���������     ���������  Mistake  er Life  i'.  It Was Reciafied by a  Third Party  By MAY C. ETHER1DGE  l am fond of motoring- and nm considered about as good' a driver as. any  woman ^in tlie town in which 1 live.  In summer I make Ions tours, sometimes extending over several weeks.  One night while touring- 1 stopped  nt a neat farmhouse,, the owner and  nolo occupant of which Was a young  woman about twenty-seven and comely, but there was a dissatislied expression on her faco as though she had met'  -with-some serious disappointment.  * She told me her name was Elizabeth  Wyman; her father and mother were  dead and bad left her tho property on  which she lived���������a dairy,, farm. Sho  had nothing to complain of except loneliness, , I suggested that an attractive  young woman with a nice farm should  , haw ao trouble in getting a good hus-  "Sho wentou ������all*ing aboiit something else, but what she had said left  a very unpleasant impression ou me.  I tried not to think of it,.,but the moro  I tried to banish it the moro it persisted in* coming back to me., .At last 1  could stand jt no longer and spoke to I  Abucr about* it,- telling, him *what Het- i  tie "Underwood had; said.  , "He seemed ill. at ease nnd"trial to  ..turn the matter.aside* This made me  the more suspicious, and I told him  that if he had treated Agnes badly I  should know it, for if a.man, will deal  wrongfully with one woman The will  ilo"-so with another: To this he replied  that a girl aboiit. to be married bad  best leave jilone.hcr lover's previous  affairs with women. Her only" concern  was his treatment of her.  -  "1 insisted that he should make a  clean* breast of it, and, he refused.  Then 1 .took .off the engagement ring  he had given 'me and handed it to him.  Fie looked at me for a few moments  with a.sorrowful expression, then told  nip that 1 was making the mistake of  my lifo, and would prove the truth of  what he said, lie wouldn't treat any  woman badly unless she (rented biui  or some ono whom he loved badly, and  then not for revenge, but for infliction of a just p'inishment. lie left  me and has ��������� never been to see me  since.'' :   ' '  My l^sless paused in her story, and  1 saw that what her lover had said to  her was true. She, not he, had mude  the mistake of a life. Doubtless there  (was something between him and the  kind; the best panacea-for loneliness.      h.. ,   , -  '.Mas brought about a confidence which    not ,speak  of w,lhont casUng  ���������lama  resulted in her giving me the cause of  her disappointed look.   '    "  "The trouble about men," she said,  "is that they don't understand ns women."       , '   *     ���������    \ '  "And"perhaps," 1 interrupted, "we  women/don't understand men."  "When I was a girl liviiJVj hero with  my parents ii. mau named Warren  'bought a farm down where tho road  crosses the creek.' He had a son named Aimer, 'I., first met Abncr Warren  rit a cornbusklng, and he picked me  out among all the girls "present, dancing with mo oftencr than with any of  the rest of them. He seemed then to  bo a* fine, manly fellow who could look  any one straight in the eye. He didn't  treat me right afterward, but however  - lie acted he had that same hones? pride  In his look.        ������.   (       .  "Two or three ,of the girls made a  dead'set for him, and Agnes "Walker  pot him. . 1 thought at ,the lime, she  must, have managed it very 'adroitly,  nnd 1 couldn't understand his cngag-  ttl&MiOss' ' <<S       '   ^  "I flrOKK OF 1IKII IN VIIItY UI01T THUMB."  dig himself lo her when ho lmd--itt  lon.st.on our first ncqiiaiiitnnce-fiivnr-  ed nio. AgneH was not- well liked by  im girls, and. Unit was another reason  why I was surprised at Abnor'K en-  ("ti'-'ltig himself; to her,  "Tlu.' engagement between these two  didn't: last long. I never understood  why lt was broken, and 'no ono else  neeinc'l to know. Abnor never i-iilil a  word about it. Ah for Agnes, nil she  . would nay wns thnt she didn't cure.  It wns whispered about that sho didn't  conflno hot* loveintiklng to Abncr, and  lio objected to having lu divide it with  somo one else. It wim \\w general lm-  pimslon thnt Agnes was ouo of Hint  kind of girls who make, or seem to  Hjiilio, on������y conquest*1 of inen, but who  don't Mfiein to have the faculty of holding tliem lifter they get thom.  "Ak noon hn Alttinr Wurroii broke with  Agnwi lio renewed IiIh nltenllorw to  me, I wan glnd enough to get him  buck, though liln affair with hor left n  noar In mo. Ho wiih very respectful  to mo ns well iih nt (entire, and It was  not long before lio proponed to mo.  JJeforo I nrci-ptcd lilm I told lilm I  tlimiKut I Iind n rlKht to know what  Iind fmnioA between lilm nnd AgncH,  Ho replied Hint lio didn't think I hart  tiny nih'Ii right. ! ffiive up fho point,  flii-in-h I wns not ontlnfled tn do ho.  .I.,,! ������>��������������� iiconi'ie pnp^^fd.  "All wont wflll with u������ till ono Ont  Iti-ltle Underwood ennio to kco no, os  tenslhly to tnlk nbout nemo church  innKnr, but I've nlwiiyu bolliivwl hIiiCc  thnt Bhe Imd unothor object In view.  Whlto wo vrtro tnlklnc Hhe nuked me  Jf I'd hcjii'd that Awiii'.i Walker nnd  Cyril.1' Hneklcy wero onjfnjrMl. 1 in Iri  ] tind not, remarking nt the nnmo tlm-'  thnt If It wero ho AtrnoH hnd not boon  a lone while trotting orer lior nffnti*  wild Abncr. Hot replied thnt Agnfti*-  wmilnVf marry Minor nn nny nrcoutif  Naturally I nikod why.  ���������"'Von Ann't lttt*w h ny' li I-ijr nbotif  thi? ���������natter,' Rlie mI4, 'Toii'vi*. flwitit-  low, heurd Abnur'i lido nf tlin Mnry.  dnt son'ro ncrer lienr.1 AuneoV  "'I'w irntr liMt-4.������*ittier tide,' I re  pll������l.  upon her. If,both were at fault there  was all the more reason tliat.whatever  it. was it should be kept secret. There  are many affairs of little or much importance that cannot be unraveled  without a regular trial, and even then  it is often impossible to extract llie  truth.  Hut I said nothing'of lliis to the story (oiler���������at least, not llien. ��������� I was  curious to, kiiow.what her lover meant  hy saying that he would prove thai she  was making a mistake in endeavoring  to force him to make a clean breast of  liis. relations with his lirst-fiancee. So  I asked herr'if (here was -no more lo  tell.  "Yes." she continued, "there is one  very important matter to tell. Soon  after Aimer's parting with me I heard  that he had. become attentive to Beltie  Underwood.. 1 inquired if Hettie 'accepted his attentions and was informed that she was "very much * pleased  with them. Can'It be. I thougbtftbat  she will engage -"herself to the man  against whom she bad covertly warned  mo? I had uot; long to wait for an  answer to my question. It ,was soon  generallyyundersfobd' that .Abncr und  "B'eTtie weT,"6_e"ngagedr"'13iic_������lnyT met  Bet in the,street and asked her if the'  report was true. She said it was and  tlounced away from me. evidently desiring to'avoid a .discussion of-what  she knew 1 had on my. mind."  Again lho narrator paused, and I  asked her if she had finished her story.  "There is little more to teli," sho'  said. "The engagement between Abncr and lleltle lasted Just one month  when It was broken off. Since Abuer  never en nio to see me after I returned  my engagement ring I could*not ask  him what It all meant; 1 suppose ho  engaged himself to Bettio to show me  how slllyi-I had been to permit her to  make a breach between him and,me,  and that she did it because sin; wanted  lilm herself.' I doubt if she wiih a girl  of much feeling, for she married somo  one else willTlu ii year ai'tcr she broke  with A liner."  I asked Miss Wymtui If Abncr Warren had married, and sho said ho had  not. Ho had since inherited tlio farm  on which he lived and kept lionet)  alone. Before leaving I asked to lie  informed of Its locution, (.linking that  I"would llko to moot him. It* happened  that my route passed Ids house, nml I  made up my mind 1 would llnd an excuse lo have a word wllh blm.  I bid my hostess a sympathetic good-  by, promising to innko her n vlKlt on  another occasion, then started again on  my travels. When L reached lho lioir*o  of A liner Warren I lol't my car nt lh������  gate, nnd, seeing u man nt work, asked  lilm some questions as to the roads 1  wns to traverse.1 In tlio course of the  coiiversullon I gave him an opport'-.nlty  to tell me Ills nnmo niul'lcni'iii'd Hint  lio wns the iiiiti) I sought. Then I  asked 111 in for n glass of but Hii'uiltk  'and snt on the porch of bis house whllo  lie got It for nio.  Wlillo drinking the liiiltcrinllk. 1 lold  lilm'Hint I Imd been ciiK-rlitlii'd by it  ���������MIhh Ell'/n belli Wyiiinn, who lived n  few miles down the road, and I Kpol'u  of her iu very hlgli I on mi. I told hltu  thnt l wondered Hint ho lovely anil nt-  tractive n womnn hnd not been appro-  lirluted nml hinted that I Miriulsirtl sho  had experienced a disappointment,  I could not help being annr-a'd at llm  Interest lio took In lho Mibjecl. and  when I ndded Hint Mlsa Wyiiinn wan  onu of thoso triio women who when  I hoy gnvo their lii'iirts* away would  never wltlidrnw tliem i hoped ho would  glvo nm hia confidence, but ho did  not. proving himself io tin flic kind uf  mnn I supposed lilm to bo from the  Hiory I Iind heard, However, i (nought  It qui to protmlilo from thu effect my  words produced on hi in that m>nu>llilti������  would como of my effort' I Mi lilm  without ImvJnjr Rlren blm nny reason  1u b^Kpuxi unit, i Llic'fi <>>*-������ 'ntim.  Whnt I wild to lilm boro quick fruit,  for, roturnliiir Hint wny, I Mopped nt  Minn Wymnn's nnd found n (.Tent  eh on bo in her,  "Whnt do you Hilnk Ium h.inpcii-'d  iilnce yon were lipro?" ������li������ Hiked, lu-r  fnrc lighted by n radiant smile.  "Wtmtr ! Mkcd.  "Abnfr Wnrren ftnn l������*on to vi*������ ii'.#!.*-  "You don't menn It? And nil I* rntit  ���������op'/"  "Yei. and w������ aro #nfrneed fffilB.*  "Tlit Urd Im palM-ii"'  THE MAGNET A PUZZLE.*  Science Can Make One, but Can't Ex- '  plain the Change In the Metal.  Getting the magnetism into the steel,  so that it will stay there permanently  is a long and intricate process, as.l'ro-  fessor Silvanus I'hillips Thompson describes It in the Journal of the lusti-".  tition of Electrical Engineers.  First of all you have to pick yout  steel. It must have from 5 to S pet  cent of tungsten, and' from 0.*!* to O.G  .of carbon, lt must have not more thau  2.0. per cent of chromium, but it niu-jt  not have any manganese, titanium, cop-  peiVsulphu'r or phosphorus. It Is forged with as little working of the material as possible and.al as low a tern-  .perntnre as couventent. After forging  it should be heated to 000 degrees 0.,  lowered to 750 degrees 0.. there maintained for n time and then cooled off,  T.hls "normalizes" it.  To harden tt it is raised lo MO.degrees C. for not more than live minutes, then lowered to about 700 degrees  .0. aud quenched at Ibis temperature in  brine or at a temperature under 'iO degrees C. - '.  * .Thou it is "matured"- by boiling, ot  steaming it for ten or twelve hours ot  .by heating It to GO degrees U. for twenty hours.* It is Alternately-heated and  allowed lo cool off several time's.  Now ihe steel is ready to be mag-  'uetized. If it is a bar a magnetizing  coil is used; if a horseshoe, then nn  electromagnet Is employed. II is mag-  ���������netized' to the highest degree possible,"  and there is some advantage in reversing its magnetism a few times, The  .result depends upon: the maximum  magnetizing force and not on the duration of the application. The current is  not shut off suddenly, but is gradually  diminished to -zero. Whllo under the  influence of the current the magnet is  struck with a brass hammer. ,  ' Us stability is insured,by subjecting  it to alternate cycles of demagncti/.iiig  , and re magnetizing about the point of  magnetization at whicli jt is to remain..  What, change has now taken place  in the steel neither Professor Thonip'  son nor Edison nor Tesla nor any other  mau can explain. The steel looks the  same as it did originally; It feels the  same; its weight is the same; its ring  is the same; jt has neither odor nor  flavor. The , microscope reveals' uo  change in its structure. Chemistry  fails to detect that nn element has  been added' to or subtracted from IL  And yet it will draw another piece of  iron to itself and hold it tliere.  A CURIOUS WARNING."  '"SHOOTING THE SUN."  Simplest   Way   of   Locating   a   Ship'*  Position,at Sea.  Out of sight of land a ship's goo-  graphical position is determined either  by  keeping a  careful   record  of  Ihe  course steered, and  the distance run,  known as dead reckoning.,,or'.by the  combined" use of chronometer and sex'-  tnnt-that  is.  by  observation  of tlui  heavenly bodies. The operation of (ind.  ing the latitude and longitude of observation cau-be performed in a number of ways, of whicli the simplest nnd  most,convenient  is by measuring the \  altitude of the sun above the horizon "  at noon, as is indicated on the vernier [  of the sextant and spoken of nt sea us'j  "shooting  the sun!"   An  arithmetical i  compulation by the aid of logarithms; committed, in many or whiciri have  is thus quickly made which shows ex- { lK,eil Ulc ,lcl.omi,iice ,���������������������������* heard the rest  aetly how far the ship Is north or south j from Ul0���������. own momus. ��������� have ���������ke.  of the equator, or, in other words, tbo j v|se set llmvl, (he Iiames yf tll0sc vv0  call our sellers, of the houses we frequent and all of those who receive and  buy our stolen goods. I have solemnly  charged this honest man iind have received hii promise upon oath, that  whenever lie hears of any rogue to be  tried for robbery or housebreaking he  will look into Ills list and if lictlnds  there the inline of the thief concerned  to scud tho whole paper to the government. Of (his I here give my companions fair and public warning aud  hope they will take it."  It Was a Clever Ruse and Thorough!;-!  ,  Scared the Burglars.  ,    l-'or a time during She eighteenth ceo-  ] tnry in England there was a lull in the  ��������� robbery industry owing'to an odd iu-  ' citl en t. Shortly after the execution ot  ' an English burglar named Elllston-a  ] curious communication  purporting to  ��������� have been written by him was put into  j circulii'tion. ' ���������  i    "Xow, as t am a dying.m-m," it ran.  y'l havo done something which may be  j of good use to'the public:,   I.have left  | with an honest man���������tlie only honest  ' man 1 was ever acquainted with-lhe  names of all my wicked brethren, the  places of their abode, with a short account of the chief crimes they  have  R DULL SENSES  Wonders All Around Us They Are  Unable to Discern.  latitude.  rinding the longitude, however, is a }  somewhat*longer process. An obscrvn- j  (loin is made cither in lho foreuoon or  afternoon, the chronometer time of tbo '  horizon contact of the sun's image, be- j  ing noted. A calculation is then made j  which gives the exact timCnt* the spot ;  where' the ship happens to be. and. as ..  the chronometer carried aboard shows'!  the exact time ill Greenwich, the prime  meridian.-of longitude, the difference ,  between tlie two expresses in hours und ,-  minutes (easily convertible inlo degrees |  and miles) the distance easl or west of ���������  Greenwich. ,. i  Haying thus, roughly speaking; fojnd ;  the latitude and longitude, a dot. placed :  on the chart'iit the exact'point where j  the lines of latitude and longitude cross  denotes   tlie   ship's   position���������Travel  Magazine.  WE LIVE IN A HIDDEN WORLD;  There   Aro   Colors   Our   Eyes   Cannot.  See 5nd;,Musie and Other Sounds to  Which   Our   Ears   Are   Deaf,   While  Our Sense of Feeling'Is Very Crude."  If only we had keener senses what  wonders of nature would bo revealed  to us���������wonders thnt we touch itnd  know not every day of our lives! Thoy  ureal! arouud-us', ihcsehlddeu marvels,  but imperceptible lo us because of our  human limitations.  Of course every one knows by now  that everything we hear or see comes  in a wave motion. Itut it is not so  well known Unit there are a great  many waves that we cannot detect at  all by means of any of our senses and  .presumably a great many more that  we have never been able to delect even  artificially.  Take ether wnves, for Instance. Wa  know that those of a certain length are  heat waves. They can bo felt, but not  seen.    Shorter ones are light' waves,  it is said the hint was so otTectuaL tro,' {ho |fl        ^ '    {}     *       v,-, ''  .-, I.        Cn%t       mi 1 I***-. .-r       t-i w\1si       l\l 111* nrSilt? **l Ct       rtilCI , '-"  FLOGGED THE FAT WEN.  that for a long-time pickpockets and  burglars in that part of England went  inlo panic stricken retirement. And,  this being so, it is just as well ihey did  not know that the letter was a clever  forgery,*the work of that pripec of wit������  and humorists. Dean,Swift-  HOAXED THE STATESMEN.  Nerve of * Dying Aviator.  ,   The power of tho will to control a  badly Injured body wns never bettei  illiistrated than in the case of "Dr. Con  TBi'miiur.l_vOmijii.-i;r-.i v lfiiuir-iII-luC~aei >--  ice of tlie Bulgarian army, who was  fatally wounded by n. Turkish bullet  while sailing his aeroplane ,,over th(.  trenches at Tchatalja. Notwithstnnd'  Jug the shock, the pain and tlie rapid  hemorrhage. Dr. Constantin' kept hi*  nerve' and was able to turn his aero  plane around, guide it bad- to the Bill  gari.*iii lines and volplane safely down  among* his friends. He died as the-  aeroplane reached tho ground. -- New  York "World.  Easy Fitting.  The lillm of England, whon he wants  a new suit of clothes, is not put. to the  trouble that ordinary .morials suffer,  Each of the royal tailors possesses n  dummy llgure of the klng|s exact proportions, and when the suits are taken  home trying on Is unnoi'os.siiry. If the  king particularly likes a special suit  lie will wear It at intervals for months'  lint he never wears the same clothes  nn two consecutive days, About thirty  suits nro In ordinary wear, Including  shooting and riding kits.'nnd the kin*,'  owns nearly <J00 British and forelgu  uniforms, somo of which are pei'Linpi  worn ouce iu n dozen years,  Spartan   Cure   For   Thoso   Who   Grew  Too  Stout  For  Military  Duty.  Among"the ancient Spartans every-:  thing was considered secondary to iniii-  tary cflicieiicy. aud with a.view to securing this the boys and men wero bylaw kopt���������in a continual state of "training." No deformed child was allowed  to live., Boys were taken from their  homes and subjected "lo military' regulations at the age of seven. They were'  compelled to wear the same single gar  ment winter.nnd summer. At twenty  they joined the ranks and from that  age till they reached sixty were required to dine at the public tallies,  where only a certain quantity was supplied for each'man. The-magistrates  interfered in absurdly small matters.  They regulated the degree of fatness to  which it was lawful for any citizen to  extend his body.  Those who dared to grow too fat or  'too"Softrfor',"militnry7Rervleo~niid.'~cxGr^  cisc wero sometimes 'soundly llosgecl.  Aelian in his 'history . relates that  Xauclis. son of Polytus, was., brought  before the ephors (mngistrntesi and the  whole assembly of Sparta, and "liis  unlawful fatness" was publicly exposed  and he'was threatened with perpetual  banishment if he did not. bring his  body within tho regular Spartan com-  pass" and give up the culpable mode of  living, which was declared.to be moro  worthy of an Ionian llian a Spartan.  And  Rare Bcn'u Text Restored.  .Mr. Justice Eve's .vindication of tlu  liealthlnesM of Inughtcr did not tempi  his lordship to u familiar quotation,  most usually misquoted, The common  form Is "Laugh and grow I'm," lint (he  correct text Is "Liiugh and ho fat," put  by Ben .lonson Into Hie mouth of Pan  lu -Tho I'('iinton." Tlio fnliiess doej  not strictly follow from tho laughter,In  .lonson'n line, but tlio proverbial mis-  quotation has Imported that iiieniilng.  -rail Mall tin/.elte,  A Ond State.  "No, I am not nltogetlifii' happy, now  that I nm rich."  "Why notV  "Being rich, of coiirsi1. I enn not go  Into the kitchen as I unco 'till, Vet  KciTiints nre still ciu'cIchm,"  "WellV  "So I upend mnny steeples-- night.1*  worrying nbout tlio drip pun under tlio  rufrlBorntor."���������LoiiInvIHo Courier-Jour-  mil.         Another Ddusion.  "Why Is It thnt n mini generally viwoh  more money after lie Is married Hinn  lie did beforeV*������  "lio doesn't. Ho merely think** he  .1.. ., i,��������� .,,, ,. i,, ������.,  i t ..  out no uiHiiv thlii^ Hint he f  hnd."- ���������  : ',*,!(!'.  nnerlv  A Literary Coterie.  . Gnlibiiis. who calls his living room  the library, but is otherwise u good  sort enough, brought home a nearsighted" rriend to 'dinner (he other  night. !A young lady was standing near  (ho'door to welcome lho guest.  "Allow me," .said Gubblns, "to present you to my daughter."  ' The guest bowed, but the courteoua  Inclination was directed not -toward  Miss, Gubblns, but toward another ot  llie household treiisurca, a plaster pillar surmounted by tt bust.  "No, no." hastily interposed (.lubblns,  "to lho right, not lo, the l.eft;, the ono  on the left Is riomer."   '  Hir First Visit. .  Mm, yoiinubrldo-l'il like Homa fish,  plenue. Whnt nr* Hi-'m- In the Imrrel?  Or){-Snlt innc'lf'-rel, mn'mii. Mr*,  Youncbrlde-Ar-B tliey quite frpfdi?-  ItuKton Transcript.  TtW* Wm a Comptriion.  Siiillli-noeii yonr wlfo I hint* ynn'm  fh<������ best man who ever llrcd?   .Iniii-n���������  Of eotinu* not.   I'm lit-r iicco:ii! Inn-  l/nnd.-fJfe  Tn ht o-witpl-yi with fonA lt thi- l������M  ittontft nt/nln������t tlui Inreudi ot ���������������U.-  Wiilltm Ainut.  . Very Little Difference.  j "Men have nn uilvunliige ihat woman  novcr-. enn possess,'1' sho complained,  "WI)0*novtir a mnn wishes lo hldo his  Identity ho can, by letting liis-nvlilsl-ers  grow or by shaving tliem off sis the  case mny bo, change lils expression  cninpletpiy,"  "Thnt isn't so much of nn advimlage,"  lie replied, "A woman can by putting  on her complexion or leaving It off iih  the case tuny be, mnltu Just ns much of  u cliiiiige in her a p pea ranee us a intiii  Is iilile to iiiiike lu his with or without  llie nld or tils wlilHlieru/'-l'lilliidelphln  U'dycr.   Glaeitr*.  It hns been deinonslrated ihnl the  gliicli'i' does not mnvo lu one block, Imt  llnws, iicciitiiiiiniltitlng ItHell' to thn  cliiiinii'l In which It. moves, ITufoHwr  Tyndnll planted a row of Ktt'.'k'* In n  straight lino iici-ohh a glnclcr. nnd after  n few ilnj'H the line hnd Iu-coiiim n crcn-  Cent, showing Hint. Hie middle of (lie  gliich'i' moved faster ihnn tin* side*-,  jn**! iih In n river the stream lio t-rtrongcr  lu the (Tiller,  Mil Knew.  It wnn nonrly midnight.  "Thnt fellow  aim in iiiiiiii^ tin .M.iuiit' iniiLn i'< no,'  t'rt'ivjr-il Mntidc'B ;i.*ij'.*)  "Why, ll Hormn to me the young mnn  Is pretty fiir koiib nlrt'iiily." replied  Mniiilo's mninmii, compliiccntly.--l'htla-  delpliln Tlecord.  T*������ Trut,  A  rrltlc once  wrote of WliMlcr'i  pottrnlt uf Cnrlyle Hint It ������ii������ imt life  f.lZl-1,  "No," wnn llie nrtlnl'scomment; "few  ni������n nro,"  at  the Same  Time  Paul   Birault  Proved His Proposition.  Paul Birault, a writer on the I'aris  Eclair, contended liiat too many statues wore being erected all over France  to obscure heroes, too many ollicial  speeches made to celebrate inteljectual  nonenitios, and Itndical politicians generally arc the blindest lenders of the  blind.  To prove his theory that this was due  to the fact that the living were delighted by public posing, he invented n'och  ebrily to glorify and called tiiin Flege-  slppe Simon. No such mnn ever existed, biit he described him in ills letter  as a most wonderful precursor or modern' light and.progress. To give his letter a certain i in port a nee he headed jt  wltli a motto lo the-following effect,  ."'Darkness fades when the sun rises,"  representing it'as the most remarkable  dictum of the remarkable ilegesippi!  'SlnicJtt ",    "J :    \  . Under this glorious motto ho placed  tlie title of his bogus committee, which  lie dubbed "public committee for tlie  celebration of tho centenary of riego-  sippo Simon." lio selected the names  of'100 Radical deputies in alphabetical  .order and sent them each, a letter, iu  which he sahib "Tlinnks to the liberality -of u generous donor, the disciples'  of Ilegesippe Simon nre now enabled  to erect a statue in tils honor. Wu do-  sire to Inscribe your name as an honorary member'of. the committee to celebrate the centenary of this great educator of. democracy.".  Dlrnult received letters, of nccept-  a nee from n large number of deputies,  senators and minlsters.-St, Louis Po9t-  Dispatch.      . ���������   ���������  Bright Definitions.  Llero tire souui, schoolboy "howlers"  sent us by a Welsh scliudlmnsler:   ,  "The principal vegetable and mineral "-products In America are tinned  meat and borklng siricror's."  "The temperate zone Is ihe region  where no one drinks too much,"  Tho English lesson Is not nllogellier  free from humor.  "The masculine of siillnnn Is raisin;  of heroine, kipped."  "The feminine of be-gont Is sho went,  of hero, sliero."  "A corps is n dead gentlemiur, n  corpse Is a dead lndy."~Loiidon Tit  Bits.  Blind Obedience.  "I hnvo often wondered," remarked  Mrs. Bogers, "how n horso feels. A  horse hasn't nny idea what Im going to.  Iiiippcn to him when hn Is linriiesscil  lie doesn't know how far ho Is golni*  or whnt ho Is going for. To bo .driven  Even shorter ones are what are k'uowu  ns the ultraviolet, and these have lo be  detected arlilleially, by the tiikinj.' of a  picture tn.tlie dark. Even shorter ones -  nro the X rays, which are" Invisible.  "Much longer ones.'than the longest heatwave arc the electric waves of wireless telegraphy. Now, remember that  "all the waves specified-differ in only  one particular���������thnt of length.     '   "  Wo cannot conceive of there being  only waves of theso wave lengths talcing place in the ether, There must be  waves ot nearly all lengths, from the  trillionth of an inch to many - miles. ,  We know that other media may liave  waves of various lengths' going through  them at the same Cihie. The question  Is how to detect these other waves and  what effect they hate in nature.  If our bodies had better sense organs  or more In number it is astonishing to  think of what new , sensations "we'  should have. If the eye. I'or instance,  couid perceive a shorter"wave length  than the color violet and a longer one,  than the color red we should have numerous and beautiful colors added to  ihe list. If we could delect still longer  ones than the Infra-red each one of u������  would, be'a receiving wireless station  nnd could get all the messages sent out,  without other apparatus than our eyes.-,  -It would simply be a flash.of light ot  ti hitherto unknown color appearing  nnd disappearing in the sky, .We could  see it, however, even if It appeared be-,  hind us," as (he electric wave goes  through bodies, So convenient added'  vision ,wouh,l be ours. If we could actually see the X* rays'we should need  no platiho-bnritun-cyanldo screen to  look through to see the bones In our '  hands under the ray, as wc do at present.   ���������  If the cur was more delicate and our  brains more sensitive wo could perceive tlie tlioii'-nnd and one wave  lengths made In the air around ns, of  which wo now are unconscious. 'The  rapid vibration of nn Insect's wlnj;  would probably furnish us with' eveti  more eery music thnn'the mosquito's  song. The wind as It blows across &  ���������wide meadow would give ns a basso  unheard nt present, Tho soft fullliiK  of siiow would muke tho softest ami  most bountiful music to our senses, ft  would bo like a whisper In Ita lowncss,  bill would lio rather high pitched, like  a .lupanese tinklo. u mile.,nwny. Tlm  fulling ot the rain would bo louder and  even more high pitched.  Our very electric lights, run by an  alternating current nnd consequently  getting -dimmer nnd brighter a* hundred times ii second, would cause sound  ���������waves of low pitch and low amplitude  Jn the nlr, but would giro n known  mimical note.  If our sense of touch wns more di-ll-  rale we could feel tlio rongluiesM.'S  nluug tho HtirracO of the smootbesl mirror, for It hns them. We hhonld bo  nliii* to de loci sinnll ));irll<:le'i In thn  nir Hint now brush uh by unconsciously, The hrco'M) on our cheek would  fed like ho many tiny bull,*- of paper,  iiilher nnd thither," blindly, fippininsly j rushing nud milling by. The body  without purpose, wllh no Idea or whnt ��������� wiulil feel every thread of llie texttn*  It's till nbout or when II will be over- , of the giirnu.'iit.s coveilnn; ll. Sumo uf  how inilHt tho poor crciitiiro fecl--wlint   these thlntjs, of ciiiirse, would not l������  must ho I Milk nbuut tt nil?''  "I Biipposo," said Mr, lUignr.H wenrlly,  "Ihnl ho iiiusl feel Juki ns I do when  I'liu'-mit until we got used to lliein.  II  Is Die Idea of Home philosopher-*  flinl nn ui'luiil heaven would l������-j au In-  you tnko nio on a shopping expedition j h-imsi- In our poi*ci>|iilniis und m'ii'i:h (���������  wllh your���������London Mull. j nn ciinriiioiM power, for then wc'shoiild    i rortiiltily live In n dllTeiciil world, mm  What Did Me Me.inT  Dr. S'tnnley Coulter nii.vh the Khortrftt  nnd Hwcctest Introduction ho ever hnd  to nn niiillenci) wiih by n ntudent nt  Cornell   university.   Said   this  young  i mnn concisely, "I do not hnve to niu-iik  . nuiiiy words to Introduce Dr. Coulter,  ' for ho Ih too well known nlrondy."  I    "I never could innke out. Just whnt  I it.,i . f. > r-<,. ���������.������ ii-iMU't" f-i|'! V". c'niii(i>r  I ��������� Intll'iiitipolls Mown.  fnr ���������siiriiiissliig In luiowlcdge nud iiloaw-  tire nnd power tho one we live iii-iind  yel It would In; nclually the (-'111111!  ���������world, 1 lm dlffi-r.'iico bi'lnp simply In  our power to t'in,'iil'/.e it-���������A. 1. Ilodge*  In Chicago lle'-onMlenilil.  Tha Contrary.  "I dropped some money In tiiu nur  kct todtiy," announced Mr, Wyn nt tlm j ���������0nio chnnco of nii-mln' examlniUoasl-*  An Easy Job.  Vlhllor-l iindon-tniMl Ihnl your boy  ).i ..11 j.jj ��������� i/��������� lu ,,<: uu 1 it t li.i hi 1 i.,-,....' ' ' ,  rnrrfiiT WVl, I nilvWi'd htm to ttikc It  up, I hcnrii pome fellern nny thai un-  hoiJy rcnlly know much nbout electrlo  Hy, no \ HioiiKlit infthbc .loo would hat*  dinner tnlile.  ������������������Aplii'.'" cirlnlri^l Mrs. W.v.is ro-  pronchfiilly.  "No," rcplli'd Mr Wyw niuurrifiilly,  "n lusfl/'-Eitclinnge.  1 1 j-mdon Ktprnwi.  Ntvtr Did.  "Wlill* you w.'Ih hiiiiiiliitii Ih lh������  ilimrvmy telllnu (hu vwrct >outiu filing  goMliilaht did It M-frdnwniipoti.iou"���������  ���������*Oh, no! I u������r*r itnyi-il Hint lai#."-  ittisVt.  ! Candid,  i    Kl"*1** - Mnrnnin.  I Ann't fwl  r^lt  j MothiT-Tlint's too bnd. denr.   Wliem  ' i'o ymi  fool  wnml*?    f-'li-le-In fhttn),  riinmiiin.  rri'vnllt.v Ir n f nlr< fori imp nM hnhllt  ttt luiiu>u> 11 uiniU cjiintu - .-'rank I Ur-.  Franil-*- "  "Khp lin* a completion llko Drift-It*  fhlna,"  "Vph, nml It U Ilk* nrPHiJi-n elilim In  ��������� noilipr wny."  * WImI l*lh������tr  "If ihc'p not e*r*tol wllh It tt ������r������  *ri;il."  Don't tun I" Hu*' <* iv-i������ii on tonr -utS  ttr font it t-hi'iiiil ki'I i>Uint������'<l.-Ct>  ffri.-f  2te mmfm***e^y^mima^tsmrm  TIIK NEW^0f;mB:RR|/^������n3; BRITISH* COLUMBIA.  1  iy i, i m ������iin iifiW.itia^BWBKWU  ���������***������������������ aflittj  {'jprn^+toiiiw^a+Bm^omm***  ���������������  i  IT-lii   ,T'll 1.1 I' 1. I     "t   ">^*^������  assw  Tablo 8et8, 4 pieces 75c a set     ,   -  Ta*blo Sets, 4 pieces $1.50 and $8.00  Jo ly Glasses -with Caps *. 50c a-dozon   '  Glass Tumblers ...50c a dozen  Glass Suit aiid  Pepper Shakerb lierry Sots   etc.  etc.  .   See our Stock of Furniture,   House Furnishings  Wall Papers, Ranges,5   etc. etc.  l*,/***1********!****!*^^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCFRS ������������������&'��������� BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  T  ie Furniture Store  *  McPhee Mock,' A. McKINNON     Cumberland  Whon the ininos uro iiguin go-  iii-i full Must, which u<> doubt  vliey *will ht-foro long, Cumhor-  V.iimV will Ik; ull right. .Th.'.ry i-*  f,io much money iiives*ted in the  mi hop, nut t<" havo them j-u nning  f^ll enjv-citv, when the trmie war-  rinis, Wi* must take tho bitter  "���������svith tho swoot.  <Q Cleaning  Manager Mori ison of the Royal  liunk, is off tn Spokane on hi.-; vacation.  ������������������ -      ������������������   I* looks liko \v*r, borli in'   Iro-  3-unl iind K ii rope.    Tlie yonr 1U14'  .nill in ;ill probability be tlie" liis���������  u lory niiikin-r  one.     We nre   Iiv*.  }'itf in perilous tiiiies; but wo have  -"' '   *0  -tlm Kiiiiiliow to iriijiril our eoast,  ��������� ,*������'i<l. Colonel Sam's eolonelij tu  l������*iit. baek thy iuv:i(i(irs. slioiild  tlu-v'b-Mid; and the < ntlory and  s'ti-iic-ri.ui voice'of **���������*I'^ick,'* would  dvivr a whole army info   the   sea.  and  w-, l^epaifing  *>     SHOP  . Mrs. Jenkins,-Proprietor  Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Be  paired.  Ladies' Work a Specialty  "Let Me Dye For You.''  SHOP AT No  8 MINE  Agents for Pilsener lire-vying Cpirpsiny.'s BEER ���������'���������  Wholesale Dealers in all-Kinds of.   v  Wines and Liquors.'  SECOND   STREET  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  -< '   ���������   -0       / 11 ��������� ���������I-.I   ���������������������������!    ., ��������� ��������� I  SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O.,LL.������^D.C.L^ Pre������!dfcnt  ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Man&acr  1  Try  CAPITAL, $15,000,000   , RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  FOREIGN BUSINESS  This Bank olTers unsurpassed facilities to those doing business with  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of  Sterling" and other Foreign exchange, drafts and Cable Transfers,- and  for the financing of imports and exports of merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts; Money Orders, Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. , .,322  CUMBERLAND BKANCH "W. T. WHITE, Manager  a Bottle of  ���������It Touches the Spot  >     Makes   Vou   Peel   Like   New  i>  Order   a  Case  Sent    Home.  PIL.SBNER BREWING CO., LTD.  also distributers for U. B.C and   Newlife L'eers, Nanaimo  initrammmi-Hnm  Tlie 0 K Cleaning nml Itepnir-  j M_r Shop, Mrs. Jen3cin?,   pruprie**  *.i  r, Inis   l>tjen removed from No.  ~~?*> tnin--, fcHlTZPSeav^-TloiTirildiirgf  ^l>tiii.minir Ai'oiwe.  ��������� A moot in it of Directors of   the  Am icnlturni   Society was , lie!*.! in  y,'u> Si-crctiirj's ofliee,    Conrtenny,  <������������������.   Tuesdiiy   hibt.    A   thorough  i-"-i.<inn   of" the   prize   liet   wns  -.���������j������r-ili-.'   There  were  added regis-  V.'i-cd elassee in .Terse')'**, Holsl-uins  **������11��������� 1 hnrhnms.   -A large  adilition  v ii- mndo tc tho   Ladies'    Work,  31 n't ii; ing" it np to 'date  Tin' Directors coi.template build  " 'int> n m-nii 1 Rliind to seat 500  I'-Dpli1, hIku hiiildiiign to iii'coni-  iiin.-|iite the ('trick, jw well ������������������������ re-  viinlellhig tho. Agriciilttirul Hull.  Tin' Departineiit nf Agriculture  3< ii- pmniinHil to  grant #L2;*>0 pro-  ��������� vidi'il Hu> Sneioiy *-jicn(!-.. n like  rmtiiiMi, nnd thiii tin.' Din-etoi's  luijic to do with, thu co-operation  ,( I' ilii' puldie..  Am-tlier ineeliiiiT of ihu Dircc-  *,i n's will he. lii'l'l in tho Pi'i-rotiiry's  n'lliee i'ii Monday' nl'teriioon next  i-i iiuil'c ftirtlu'i' iirrangt'iiienti-.���������  i "iiiirtynuy   Ilcrnld . ,,  The town ii* .^iifii   froin   ntlnek,  , t ii* i> '\ SenulK   having   ivtunieil  r.iin   caiiip   on    Monday,   lin'ri-c,  i .ii' and artillei'V.  (i 'iH'i'iil Drown led hiu troops  l'.i'"iiiji the town on .Moinl-iy,  I'lu'i*!- m nolliiii"' lils'.' Iii-inif iiii.'.  I'li'i'i] lm* tho.������i' winlo.'i   Siicialii-ii!".  amm m aa^o^m***i>mm ^ ^ m ata am ****** *��������������������� atm^* *������������-i-'|  Mr-*. Hugh-fvMitchell mid Mist-  Mapgie Mitchell arrived home recently from visiting relatives nt  Ladysinith. Mr. Hugh Mitchell,  who accompanied his brother and  niece as far as Vancouver on their  return journey to their home in  Scotland, arrived home on Thursday evnningl . Mr. Mitchell's  brother and niece have been touring the world, and spent several  weeks here.  No stiike pay this week.    This  .take.s,.cojisiil_e_rjthle_inonev   out   of  ���������-   " "  **" v     ���������  ���������=  circulation, and is felt.  i* ��������� ������  Mr. Allan   Nunti6 left    on    a  holiday trip to Victoria on Wed  nesdiiy morning.  Mr. nn'l Mrs. J. It. Lockard give i  veiy cnjoyubla gurJeu and tenuis purtj  on thi ir spacious gnu'ids, Beaufor !, o.  Wul euiloy hftemoin. A ,ilan o waB  held in tno evening. Mr. ui.il Mrs.  Lockard made a chnroiiog host  ond host  IH-J.  '8  TRY  THE  HUB'  ��������� for    your   Siindas,  Sodas,  Ice   Crenin,  and    Confectionery  FRUIT, CIGAliS,   TOHAUCOS  ' * e  ii  Willie"  1 FOR   RKNT  K. ABE PREMISE  ������������������.rack" McLeotl has tlie iinest  bunch of hogs in. the district���������  quadrupeds.  W, Idieus appears, to ho "soro''  about something, (.), you 'Court-  tinny post- olliee site,  times gfi loo luii'd. nml grub  ���������i!iv, wc enti !'nui|  111'    N \l,\\'r\  oHllil',  ^. _......,.- _  out  ���������pi'  Irom  ���������liiilv" shouid oiit f*i>;  nionths  I-'." I.'i'int; iatji thesn busy times.  T r colonel* Haiti S4U. Ui'tier a  dnzi'ti I'lich for hovH Hilly, mni  i������������������.-���������������������������. will fix it ;\ll  vcr-y   i-erious   cliarg**  right".  It is ii  If it   luul  .-.-,��������� I);;:.���������-*.:;;, iv-- *.v/vil>! t'ivn iji-  i-i.'iul llmt tho full pnnnlty he Un-  ii'dil, Welmvi;Mi'i lorgitttt-n Unit  wnt 'h atTuiiv���������the. robber.   ���������������~-~~  i'n ��������� "i'niiildir.tH  jNorthi's-n   i.������ miu������  ���������    t' i ' i��������� ir-��������� t!irnibnrlii'td i i   tim.t.  a \* mur  Mrs. iltunes Ahrnins is visitinji  friends at .NiuMtuio,  Mr l-'red Nfiiiins," of Camp-  bull liivor, is in (own this week.  Ue reports things quiet uj) thut  wny,  =GrL._m  "Mr. nnd Mrf. \��������� A. Mounco, tho MiB oh  Moiitico nml Mi'ilur Mmuicu," arrived ut  fli'.r.liiy Bunch oa DiiLu'riliiy lust, fr. tn  VtiiKouvor.  ���������o-  Ijtu-ge tract, of good valley fitrm  ing IiiikIm just thrown open for  free sfith'ine'nt iu Oregon, Ovor  800.000 acres in nil. (hiod eliiu.  ate, rich soil, nml (Iocs not  reij ii ire irrigation to . mi no Iinest  crop-' of grnln, fruit ami garden  ti'tiel-;. For large mnp. full in-  ."U'lietioiin and inforinatioii, nnd a  pint of H*verul sections of excop  tiutmlly good claims, Mind $.'U0  to ���������Tohu Keefo, Oregon City,   Or-  i������rrdi|        Tllfcji VOfll'K   II     V.   S     Pill'-  O ���������*  \t')vr aiid ii)nln.*nniin, An opportunity to t et a good lertile free  honit'i-teail iiiMi ��������� town and market.  ninl v-r-,    : j  t i i-.tHM-y i.i eiri'.ulii'hoi; ,^ui   vu  HU.*..''.'- 1'Vitr^-ti-i-lt.fO till* ruin.  METMODibl (.UURCli SUNDAY 'SERVICES.  Public Worship--Sunday, n  a in. aud 7 p. in.  fliblti Study (S. School; 2 30  p. m.  Y'ounjf People's Society���������Mon"  dav, ,S p. 111.  Indies Aid���������l;iri-t Tuesday of  cvciy uioutli, at 7.^0 ]>. ui-  HUGH MITCHELL  FOIi   Y.OUU  Geni BlacksmitAing  ��������� AND---  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Cumberland  MEETING OF COUNCIL  The (Jity Council net in regular session on Monihy evening, there beini*  present -Alcernien I-art)Ium, H.iiiks,  M.ixivell, Milr.l.ell and the Mayor  Min itus nl* previous nieeiinL' were  read and i.dopie-.l.  Accounts;-.Ncvs A-rlveri.-cr, .*fi().75:  A, K, Kirsie.ui, ((,75; C, ll; Tai-ljc*!',  3 555 Kler Lij-ln, 76.50; Wilier, 4.00;  Machirlnnc llro-i, 1.55.  Tenders for the painting "of the Council Chambei*.cj and pnl cc mau'.s'iaid's  ui'ftce, were opened, and nn mnticn ol  Aid. Maxwell, laid over for rcr.siilei*.  aiion uiiiil next reyuhr meeting.  Aid, Maxwell asked die Mayor,, who  irutrucicd the city police officer in stop  the band from playing on the street, al-  s<> f.ii'linldmj,'u������'.ilizciis in a. place of  busir.es without proper aiithiuiiy, Aid-  Maxwell deiir-iuued it as a hi^li handed  act. The constable, who was ���������proseiv,  was avked by ili<; major n* tvplain his  action, The coii!it;il-lc said dial lie had  ������������������nipped tne bantl (roil) playing l.ecaiisc  he (.'onsidercd tint it w*is not playing in  die line sciiki* of the word, but was an  annus a nil) 10 the public, In llie oilier  in.'.ttci", he i|tiultd his -iiuhoiity from 1 In;  fiiniiiial Code of Ciiiiitla, ������liii'li j-ives  Ium power to act without personal in-  s Mictions. Sonic of cmiinil ihtwuht  thai maiteis i-ucli as ilicsi: belonged  solely io the 1'nlicc Commissionss to  deal ������ill), nol llie Cotii'cil.  AI.I.Max'vell uitrniiiiced aniindmcnts  iodic 'I ruitcs License Ily.Law, whicli  ������.^.t l..'./L.l ur.til ���������.'.C.--.1 r,i^!'.'.   of iv.ee*ir-g  A cnn-iuiiuer war. ajijiu'mtcd to inifr-  view manager of Unyal Hank re ji'-riyiug  ,fl' ilie overdr ifi of |2,ooo," and ni������-  golialing ii n:w li;in,  Cuncil ailjniiincil.  1 Wood   Woodi  ������-���������-   Wood .-   I  ������    Now is the time to jdnce .  to    your  order   for    SLAB  % ���������' ..WOOD  ������    ������2,50.. . per double load"  From The  Star Livery Stables  I  . CANCELLATION   OF RE  '���������    SERVE/  FOR THESE HOT DAYS  Children's Rompers, Wash   Hlouees  & Suits  Dresses, Cashmere CoiitSy ete.  Ludics' Waists,   Kij������ht Gowns, .Undersd-tirtp,  Couihin'-itioii!-,     Corset     Covers,     Aprons,  House Dresses, etc.  MteN'-s Silk siii'UTs, ties,- kike [underwear  THE "IDEAL" STORE    Next to -lyboii.  ���������-N-CmGIUS-l ^.UEB3LG jx=.  EN that the Reserve, a notice of  which, appeared in tlie Hiifish  Oplninhia Gazette, on , the 27tli  day of December, 1907, is cancelled ih so fen* as   it   relates   to  y?  lauds eovered by Expired Timber License No 42936 ahd  known ns Lot No. 374,��������� Sayward  District; and that the said lands  will be opened for staking for  ore-eiiiption as linsui veyed lands  iii compliance with the provisions of the '-Laud Act" at 9  o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday, August i������i, 1914. l'"or  further information ������pply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,  ihtough whoso office all* applications must be made,  It.  A. Rrnwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands,  Lands   Department,   Victoria,  H. C, June 10. 1914,  FOR SALE���������Eight i\eros of  land 'itnd hoiii*e: ������itiuite on Rov  Kind, one mile from ht-ui-h. Ap-  p*.^ II. L Wldtt.iUv.  Midnight Attack On  The Boy Scout Camp  At Royston  (From our Spioiil *\Vur Curromintidunt)  Royston, H. C, July 21.���������  6 30 a m, early this morning  au attack was maclii on the.  iloy Scouts' Ciimp.at Royston  and the. Scout Masters mount  was captured'by--the fcuuniy.  As soon as tlio capture was  discovered, tho Scouts imined,  iately took up the trail-and lu-  catec! ihe .enemy about a mile  and ahalf fromCamp,where the  mount was seen to be quietly  feeding.anions the. tall bushes.  The troops Immediately surrounded the enemy and re-cup  aired the mount, and led it  back in triumph to the Camp.  Them were-no casualties during, the engagement.  .1.   ll. .J.ihiiMon, of llie Court'I  eiuiy   i.t-'ti,   1- n<i)  M'i-iiiu*ij- iti'  J Int 1 Cumberltinil   lookn   fn:o  im iti* nowtfirk  \\\i whli i'hnt 11 j o*   nf   pninf  w<th heiuonhriM,. 0f the Mt-.u..;rli. i'nnl linwli would   WMitltr   down  it Uvu tUit.ol-lfw*  I Capital Paid Up $11,560,000.  The Royal Bank of Canada.  iiitniMRisuinniiH  it^S'^������������Ii3WB������������R!!lJlUni5l3!!!^tma SaiillPJHIKIIIIBIIMtl^  Reserve $13 000,00������  I  j  '1  DRAFTS'  ISSUfii)   IN   ANY   CUllUKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  ,       '    " <     OVEU   THE   WORLD. -  SPKCiAL ATTENTION paid toHAVINdS ACCOUNTS & interest  at lngheot Current IlnteB nl lowed on I'tpositB of $1 nndujiwiirdB.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily     D. M. Morrison, Mgr.  UNION PAY, B.O. Branch, Oj-enTnily,      F. Bci-woilh. Mgr.  COURTENAY*  B. O , Branch, Open Daily R. H. Hardwick', Mgr  %IIHII)IUIIIUIJllllllHIBIlll]RtlM^^  P. Phillipps Harrison  ���������     BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  V*  BOfiO^fl:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 488  PHONE SO....  CUMBERLAND  Place Your Fire Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  ���������of London, England���������  ,**P*om;pi Settlements" Our iiZoUu.  Jmnary 8tb, Plre in K.'iv W.mliitl ..tor, n 'jmti'il J miniy 10tin  CluiifiuN covet |ii������* Hitme, given Junnmry 11 ih'  $Vw.**������"r 32t.':, "i"- '*��������� nniiilwr! iml ���������Priil <looil, Hiurod, vljn������t������d Vob.  I8tlij  ���������f;ius|ii.t nuileil Full. 2I������t.  Aptil 2ml. Flro in N^imIhio, iiiljiihtcd April 3rd; Clnqui ������ont April 20tli  A(>ri) 29th, Virt- In Victoria, N-'juutoil and sottlm! Mty flrd  W. E Ramsay  Agent,       Cumberland, B. C.  is  i  1  rr  K

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