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Array i'.f  y^y  .11  '/  '.-  *  A'  -,���������������  / ���������  ,-<?"  ���������y>������c.. .-���������:;>  'ir'-  *,. ,  -y"7 ���������-'' ���������  // /*>..,*  -*v/"- y ;-r.  ���������y^'-c-,- --  :i-  li  ������������������������.',������  EWS  iii  The News, Twentieth' Yeau  A dournal Devote Especially, fco the Interest* of Comox Otatrtot  cumberland,::b:-;c.,. Wednesday, dec. 31 :Qi,  Subscription ji.oo'a Year  THEB1GST0RE  NOW.IS THE TIME to forward  your remembrance "to your.friends  :'- ',.   ���������across   the sea.���������".  Our stock will be   on  view presently,  when.a visit1 will enable  you',  to.decide on suitable mfts. -  51 Mr. CoulsonLeaves  Canadian Collieries  : Victoria, Dec l.���������Mr/; II. L,  Coulson, general'manager-of tho  Canadian Collieries [Diinsmuir]  Limited, has resirrned his "position  with the company.' He is succeed  ed hy Mr. J. It. Lockard, snperin  tendent of the Cumberland Coll  lories; who will pursue the policy  carried out by-Mr. Coulson,-.  ���������N B.���������The abovdcis  confirmed  ,by the officials hero.        .  X  9  0  s  Don't miss this opportunity to get some  new Rugs. A beautiful -selection, of  Tapestry Carpet Ends for a few days'  at 75c" each.  Entertainment at  Happy Valley  A Moat Successful Concert Was  . Held in The School lions'"  Last   Wednesday  The Tuesday half holiday has  been suspended for the. balance of  the., year. No cuss ��������� words^n  Tuesday afternoons for a "month,  when you forget that fho * stores  are closed, and rind bnt that, they  are.  Miss- Sophy .Walker- underwent an operation' for appendicitis at our localhospital on'.-Mon.  day.    - ���������  MILLINERY AT AWAY-DOWN-PRICES-eve?y hat must go.   LIMITED   .Miss .Phemie Hay mau had  343.105 votes to liery credit, and  ranks second on  the list, accord  ing lo Wednesday's Sun. Pret  lywmk! When the' muster  roil is called, she'll be there.  *���������4>-  - ,Tho Annual Christmas Enter-  taimiieiit of the Sunday1' School  of fi raco MothodiKt church, will  bj IielU on Christinas ' night as  usual, Tho chillircn������������������''���������"iiro busy  practicing f0l. It rollicking Cantata. "A Jolly Christmas," and nn  onloi'tuiiiiiient, quite up to the  high standard of previous years is  ex peeled.  Correspondence  Mr. 0. T Sinithe, late propri-  ctorof the Ouuibeihiud Islander,  will, it is staled, be.a candidate  for the position of mayor of Dun.  cau for 1914. Go to it Ormoiid,  we like to seo nuw.-ipapor nien j-et  there.   -o -  We nro pleased to learn that  Mr. James Abraiu.--* has been re-  instated as police magistrate for  Cumborland.  Mrs. A, II. Peacey and chilli run arrived home from the ICasL  on Sunday.  '��������� ���������  " - -o��������� ~���������~���������<  ��������� Mra. ii. Parkinson and Mrs.  K. V. Ashcroft left by Tuesday's  boat for Vancouver.  A fioiitoinporary   :iays;   "Kalno  gossip anout   hor. has   caused   n  C-][\r>'iirn rr'w]   \o    i-mii.,',1- T|*     , l  $<W''{.W.,   MV'-U     ).<-}(}     IVspUllhibill  for thoir liua as thoy Bhould he,  tlio penitentiaries would ho full  to overflowing iimd many promiti-  7NMit citizens would be misKiug  from their daily haiitili*..���������KXl  T������o I'nliiuis   mu'.   aliot,   nw.l  01 0 of tlioiu d.iiigo ouidy   won ml-.  ed, ns llie result of a dispute over  n game, at South   Wellington ro  Contly.  MR. KDITOR :  I havo.read items appearing in looal  newspapors regarding the now water com  ���������Jimy now "boing organizod by Mr. G.  Clinton. 1 cauuot underatand the attl-  tudo taken ,by tbo<> oditor or tho  "Courtonay Ravfow'-Viu expnwsed in an ed  itorinl appearing in tlie latest issue of that  paper. I rofor particularly to the follow-  extraot therofrora, viz:--  "Wo do "not nood it (waterworks)"  "badly euou-jh-to let the CuinborhindWater Works Company, stop iu and gobblo  it up whon wo oan just as woll own it our.  solves. "  In tlio first placo. who aro those ho re  fori- to na 'wo' and -ourselvos' ?     Docs  he moan to indlonto thoroby tho "Oourtftii  ay Review," tho pooplo who resido   in |  Oourtonny, or sjnio munioipnl corpora-  tion?  Iu tho acoojid plaoo, tlio Oumborlnnd  Water t'ompiiny now aupplyiug wator to  Ouniboi'laml havo no iutontiou of supplying Oourtonny.  Tlicoonir-iny hoing orgnnis-iul by Mr,  Clinton will ho an onliroly now and dis  tinot oorporat.on,  In the third placo, whnt it it ho reCorn  lo tlnit, tho oompnny iutonds to nobble  up?  It oannofc bo walor rightH, na thoy hnvo  control of water already recorded. It onn  not he Unit ho refers to tho ri^ht to sup.  ply wulor to 0-Jiirtoimy, un thoro la nolli-  ing to provent any othor company or mu*  nloipiility from rcuimliB-j wutsr nnd com-  p.(lin-!.  As i;i*i|itrdH |iis slntdinont, "that Cum-  bei'lalin in lu tho giivnp of tho oompnny and  itibkl to doftth." Xlilii wild RtitloDtout  mny bo Irno, but nl all evenly it haa not  boon so very painful to tho rorildontu of  Cinnborliiud wliini wo onmmloi* that tlioy  obtain water tit u very rousonablo rate and  without motors, ���������  And as ivgnniii tlio utiitonionts thut  tlioy- (moaning lho now oompnny) aro  HviuUi^ uiidoi uu oiu oiiarter  wliU'h i.'ii.'4U4iJ I.*.' uiuh'tittcA )i) a uuiaiji-  pality hnd that tho rusidoutfl of Courtonay  must not allow n������ onttido compnny to  et.ip in, otc. I con miy, from oorrcet  iiifnrniiitioii, Ihat in tlio lirnl placo, "they'  urn im working iiuder nu old ohm-tor, na  "thoy" nio nowincorpornting no an outiio  ly separata cuinpnny, not HiibBoi'viout to  or iu any wny eoutrollcd by miy othor  oonipany; aud in tho -mound pluoo "tlmy"  nro properly Bpoiikln,"*, not nn "auUlilo  oouipiiny,"  Tho compviy in entirely Jcoal. It In lie  in-j <������r(,'-������ni/.v,,l by lucid peoplo; will Imvo  itfi Head clliao at Oourtonny, aud tho  ilntrt.8 wiil bu uiTfif-Kl lo locr.1  puoplu  BASKET BALL.' "'  A gaino of baskot ball .will bo  played by Comox vs Cumberland  at Comox on Thmvday ovening,  Decembor, 4th. Dance : after  game.  Mrs. W. Lawrence arrived at  Bevan on WodneBday-.-last ��������� from  an extended Visit'to relatives in  Ontario; We', are pieced, that  Mrs. Lawrence has- returned .to  -i el ie v'e-ua-of-o ii r yciiro^o v er~VvtI"-"  liam. "Dud'! is "tired"' looking,  after those,l.'grass' widoVven*;" hut  he still has ''Dick'*'on   liis hands.   <y--���������''������������������'-  :   x-  . We will ,bot :a bad five cei.t  piece that ne .t 'year's' council,  won't enforce the pound   by law.   -op.   The iiine planks iii T.   K,' B's  platform read all right,   but ������������������will  ho have the money and   backino-  to carry ythem   out   if   elected?  '���������Talk   is    cheap,   but   it  takes  money to buy  whisky.''   if ho  can deal with his   soveiith'   plii**k  .successfully, he will' have done a  good work. . Thero is no * use   in  advocating    impossible   schemes,  or nt least at   prosont   seemim-iy  so, just for thu   fafiku'  of   udvocn-  linglhem, and tliun to iiuo nt the  ond of tho term, that few, if, any  of the promises havo been   kept.  It is far better to   promiso   little  iind do muoh, il'y-ju liiivo the op.'  portunity,  Sheriff Trawford, of Nanaiino,  was in town on Tuesday. The  Hlioriil is a fine follow, but we  don't liko to see him here too of.  ton olliuially.  We are holding our best pjm<.*i'������  in renerve fm the election card.-���������.',  ii������ we are afuirii little ea������y iimiicv,  Wait until you hour, tho "hot  ���������iir" peddled at tliii- (jlectiou, and  then watch the cold blaKt thai  will strike nomo of them on  election liight.  Snrnly,   Mm   rrof'iln���������li    t-t   ('���������\.ni>ci!'.!;.*!  Oourtonayl (lomox, ci.o., can lit* o\v> ed  uh loonl peoplo, and not outsidorn.  if  lho rtiililonti of Courtonny am m  niiioli aKiilnwt thia Urrihlo ootopui, (hoy  oan oafllly (ofuno to puruhaso water from  it...,  First of a series of entertainments  given in-the Happy Valley School  House m aid of tlie SundaySchool  ou Wednesday night   was well at-  tended considering the   unfavorable weather, and  all  those' who  did not avail themselves of the op  portunity missed a rare treat. The  entertainment was givori.exclusive  ly   by local talent and several  en-  cores were responded to; as it was  tho first  appearance   of most  of  tliein m public we may look  forward for something greater in the  future.     And there is little doubt  that with practice some of the talent will; be able to take their part,  not only before Happy Valley au  dienees, but in   any other part  of  the district and will prove a.credit to theni'selves  and be appreciat.  ed by all.  The following is the program:  Quartette, Mrs, Weber, Mils Som  erville, Messrs, Harvey  and  Williamson;, song,   J, Burns; recitation,   Master Sonierville;   Stump  speech, J. Williamson;   recitation  Little. Miss   0 ray;   dialogue   by  five young ladies; quartette,  Mrs.  W.eber,   Miss Sonierville, Messrs  Harvey   and'   Williamson;   song  A. Marshall; dialogue,   Messrs J.  "Mi I ler-HJm "OrSomeT^TlT-TTeciIaT  tiou. Miss "Agnes  Hutton; "dnet,  -Misses Ilorwood and Miller; reci-  lation, Kalph White;  song,' Mr*,.  Weber; dialogue  J. Willhunson,  D, Sonierville an/Miss William .  eon; recitation, 'Miss Grace Ilorwood;  trio,   Messrs  Williamson,  rearso-and   Toombs;   Miss   M.  Williamson,  accompanist.  "God  Save The Kincr."  A second concert of the series  will   be   held   in   Happy Valley  School house on Wednesday even  ing, December 10th.  ��������� ��������� ���������  *; I mot a real astuto man the  other day down in Courtenay, and  Iies-iid tome:" "Happy Valley  i������ a eoniing place,>' "I said, ox.  0,160 ������������������. il is not; it has come,  and como to to stay, and if it has  not been recognized in tho past,  jjint id no" reason why it Bhould  .not be a -toj-nofcher' in tho  future,''  The spiritual side of tlio Valloy  is not being neglected, ns tho Rev  S. S. Webster, of Nanaimo, is  holding service thero, and tho  moot ings are b. ing woll attended  und much appret iated.  ^MACFARLANE BROS., LTD^  h THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE." ^  The above name we .have rightly and justly earned,  and it is our aim to give a square deal to everyone, , \Yo  invite you lo come in and share in the benefits already en  joyed by a large number of satisfied customers.  We respectfully place before you the following :Ut'0r  household necessities from our Grocery Department, and  we ask you to compare same with ihe prices usually  charged for goods of the same grade and quality.'   *���������"  Our prices are RIGHT and quality -GUARANTEED  The following is pur price list:  Blue Ribbon Tea ,���������..;. ;per..fy 40c ,  ������������������   L-Pton'sTea ���������..        per"lb 50c   v*.v per lb 60c  Uulk Tea.... : ".".. .3 jdb or 3 lbs for Si.00   ^  Bulk Tea-extra special ]. per !b 50c   ..  , CofFee-fresh ground :...:.per lU*4oc  Coffee���������fresh ground^  .per lb 50c  '  Nabob Coffee .per lb 45c      .  Other Brands.  per ib 35C t0 ^ .  Van 1-loutiu's Cocoa. ..'.. quaiter lb package 30c  '��������� halt lb package 60c  Fry's Breakfast Cocoa  quarters 1 sc  ���������'     "     ��������� "      '        '��������� |llt   ' ���������. lialis 25c -  ������������������     Lead Package I0C  Knox's and Gox's Gelatine ,.. 2 for 25c '  Kriukle Corn Flakes  .'"ioc r  Wheat Flakes..������......;.  ."........'. .3 for $ri00"'  Mince Meat in bulk���������best...-..'."... ..'. .per [^ I5(y .  <*     '"    Wethey's,.....;VV...2pktsfor.25c. .  "  '  "    "   "���������    ������������������'-'���������������������������.* ...'.. .3'lb glass for $1.00   ������  s Jelly Towdeis ,..' perpkt I0C  Sugar-20 lb sack .. / , $li/[Q   Sugar-r150 lb sack .... .... ; J^-&-   We Have Your Flour-  Royal Household, 'Five Roses'. 'Purity'..'.. 1.90  ���������-Rpbiuhood'..:..-...., ". $r<90  Royal Standaicl  ....,',    j^--  Wild-Rose.Pastry, 10 lbs , '���������. <vj5C  . .y .Perfegtibn Pastry,. 10 Ib������ ���������.....��������� 40c��������� '  ,  Wild Rose Pastiy, 49 lbs V...'. ,. /. jj,,^  Snow Flake, 49 lbs ������������������...' ; *I<75 ���������  Upton's Jelly Tablets 10c a pkt.   Tlie latest and best in Jellies  New Season's Vegetables have arrived; Canned Peas  Corn, Beans, and Tomatoes, all got for 2-for 25c.  MACFARLANE BROS., LIMITED^  THE CORNER STORE   CUMBERLAND  The Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary will moot at the home of  Mrs, A. McKiunon ou Thursday  evening.  Mr. and Mis. 0. H, Tifrbell,  who are visiting their daughter,  Mrs. J. W. Bryden, Victoria,  arc expected liomt* next week.  ���������Nhs. Tarbell hns been there for  the past three months, Mr. Tarbell going there recently.  His Honor Judge Barker, of  Nanaimo, was in {owu this week'  holding court.  We would draw your attention  to Macfarlane Bros, ad iu this  issue,  It looks as if  "the   beautiful"  was near at hand.  We heartily congratulate General   Manager  Lockard,   of   the  Canadian Collieries  (Duu.smuii)  Lid., ou his recent app^iutnient  to   that     high     position..   We  would like to see   Mr.   Geo. W.  Clinton appoiulcd  to   the   position of Superintendent, made v-v  cant by the promotion   of   Mr.  Lockard.    It would  be   a   very  popular   appointment.,   and tlm  Company   would   shortly realize  tin; fact.   A  hint   to   iho , wise  should be snllieieiit.  Mr. Willard ii* having the top  nlory of his brick' building lit tod  up ns a photograph gallery.  i';Thooomi>auy. tlioin-1* it mny ho \>hoM  in tlio iioHitiiin of cunipntmii with etliuiH,  cnnnot hnrm Courtonnv, 'lilticr inoor-.mrn'.  cJ or otljorwiso. ]t Oourli'ii'ty |juaoni<in it  muiilolpiillly, thero in iifiiliiii^ to i>rovunt  tliem, an t*,u iu Un,- ijuw uniiiuny in mm.  eoniud, front utrtrtint? u waturwiiilt* of  (lieir ov.'������, or oiicouiajini.; uthi'm to i)n  iu.  Your* oU,  X   V. 'A.  V  Men's and Ladies' Raincoats I  AT REDUCE3D PRICEJS. "  Special Value in 32 in widthii   ,  &>'l'Ksi-PtiU l-'LANNKUEITB  AT IO YU8  HOR *I.(MJ  A Large Shipment of China     i  Matting and Mais  Your Choice of 300 Curtain Bnds  AT 2Sc BACH  A r'ull Stock of Rubber UoocIm for  'V.un, Women ������ncl Children  ,.i  n  : A M P B E L I S  '"mrw*"*'  ������������������.it ' ���������^���������"���������r^rrt,'-'t^.'--'wwp������--������ip������-^/������-.-������r,v������,.,_^., ,^,  e....   .....  ���������r.   .   ...   -...������r������������.  ......    J. iiT.T-^i.  1    ������.^*.'   ^..^^^4...  'j:,* '..^-^yr^jtiTiic.Si'^iii THE NEWS. CUMHEKLAND, B. C.  fr  AMENDS  FOR ALL  !���������*%  By E. R. Punshon  k  Were, Lock & Co��������� LlffllWI  London, Melbourne & Terer-f**- //  *S>~     ,IZJJ  (Con tin ue a.)  Joan a prisuuer? Thorold cried out;-  ���������".ik: those words instantly turned  round all lils convictions and" beliefs.  For he .iad figured Joan hldinj, here  as th. guilty perpetrator, of a crime;  bm if she had been locked up in one  of ihe rooms as a prisoner, then sho  had been not,an accomp'dd. and actor  in '.hat had'happened, but rather a  follow victim of It with nis brother.  Oh, ii prisoner, he i-i.mm.ers A, and all  ' at once lie understood that this was  the hue and simple explanation of *-.ll  Uiat had \>U7.:lea him; he perceived  that he nad unsvalcen a fellow victim  with his brothc for liis1 brother's murderer.  You have betii very foolish, said  -Jora dispas&ionately. ��������� You got an  idea into your head, and that wr.a  enough for ycv. You asked no more  and thought no more. 1 would not  like ii if 1 were so foolish, as you.  Where is Joan?  ..   In there, he answered, yointiug to  ihe door o'  the drawing-room.  Dora '.notion2d to him to sand aside  and passing him, she went to the dcor  he pointed "to and tried lo open it,  but i> refused her efforts, and turning  to Thorold she exclaimed:  Eut it is locked.  ' No, no, he answered, still like a man  amazed.  She triea it again but. still tt'would  not open. She knocked and called  Joan's nair'e but there was no answer.  She called tD Thorold, and he"came,  hcking pale' und disturbed. He tap-  pe-d softly but .btill' thare was no answer ana he looked in.a distressed and  puzzled  way at Do-a.  All, I know, Ehe said, full of disgust  and anger.     You have D*e:i frightening her.     Oh, I wish I wero a man.  Oh, how horrible'to frighten her like  this.     Just go away, will you?   Thon  I will call to jcr and tell   her   I   am  here and you have gone���������as for you, 1  filial- you we��������� she paused and liesi-  '.i-Acd for a word, ���������just* beastly, she  cried out with sudden vehemence.  Not daring to say a "word, Thorold  '��������� .dunk awaj   and went and stood outside the* house and his soul "was" nak-  *d with its shame'and its distress.-  At the locked door, Dora still knook-  -ntl���������trn d���������c a 11c-d-���������w-h i s p e r-i n g���������h er���������o w n-  ������������������ii.nie through the key-hole that Joan  .light know who was there.     But still  .-.'.>  answer  came,  and   :-.t  last  Dora  .,���������������������������*,'.���������" a jr.-- i u to tlie front door and said  .)"i''ic*r:>kl:  .*.-!i" ���������.*��������� ill not an.wet*,ilie.     Have you  il.i ;i*.f ihe truth?   Is she there?  Vi-". .-:he   ; there, Thorold answered  , i a  inu'ilcd  tone.      It is only thai  .t  '-..���������  :-;raid  ' Knock again and'tell  :   ��������� ���������'������������������j you aie. (���������  (.';>, i liavo' done that, Dora said nnd  ���������-���������."������������������������������������"d.  i>. .still tli.-'i . was no -.nswer. and  .'���������!��������� - i-i*. i-i Mi ft wen' bnck to Thorold,  V.i'i havo Hod !o me, she said. ' I  * -ii'i ),."]*<���������������������������(��������� tin t she is there,  i'iu-i'ciil Lir.rlid fis���������lf a new idea hud  . '��������� ��������� lo him.  Co  h".;���������:���������:,  he  '-aid, and  (ell  lior if  ." <io''.'. not opon t.'io   door   I   must  ��������� '���������i'ii ��������� i; ii. wn.   Toll li������r you are here  ���������   !"1!  h r  Hiu!  siio is  frighleniiig  ll,:*,'  ���������v, ,;t hao*. once more n d.oall-  *.,-li tho key-hole, as ho had d!-  ;.' i Hut si ill thoto wns no  ��������� '������������������'  in a vory terrl flail way  to  Tliurold  and  told  lilm  . ni ��������� i"to t'*������ !ifiu?o thon. nnd  !��������� ..':, 'n -.land aside lie hurled  :' .'-iln*-t '.ho door.     Onoo nnd  It   r*'������!ct<d   liiin.   hut   lie   Hung  i .r.r..-'  !t wllh n furious An-  ,���������:<���������-*   nnd   n   Roemod  ho   was  . ii" t'-.o i.rinl wood bruised his  ...���������* .;.o ..-������ii-|ic.--,q lore bin hand---  PIMPll  rtf   .. fr,    AfVi  ���������:.*,.-V/^\/"U./  '-. AND  Ttv b /iiriirTitti^f*  Siure.^fnlly wv\ Sjif.i'dily Willi  f nwim mm  And Cuticura Oinfmrnt, ai.  a trifling cos!, is learned  from the -spcvinl directions  which accompany (!w:e  piirc, sweet and crontlo  emollients.   .,  C'it!'".'"*ii fl*ipi������'lrtliiir,-./ri '.*��������������� f/il t'������-- <��������� ,t  thrnorlil. A ltl������r������l mm**,!* i.f ra.li, wim, , ,.,,...,  trfioti Wi en tljl *"������n) im<l Imlmmt i-t Or itin.i.i  lu-ilp, *nnt po-lt.-"*���������������������.   M<trrt������ I'nt Vf i ir.14 / i f,, n,  c������p.. Prjt. ceo, twitca, v. r.A.  and face. Once again -lie rushed  against it, and the hinges brolre before Uie fury of his assault. Another  vigorous blow sent the dcor In with  i crash, and drawing back, lie beckoned lo Dora to enter.  She did so. and after a moment.he  followed her.  But the room was absolutely empty, and nowhere was there any trace  of Joan to be seen.  Where is Joan? Dora asked monotonously. You said that she was here.  Where i5 Joan  She was here, said Thorold, looking  all about him. She was here, he repeated, and his eyes wandered to the  window.  Dora went towards it hurriedly.  It is broken, she exclaimed, It is  broken.and the latch is undone.  Thorold said nothing, and Dora continued, looking at the window:  But it lias been, broken from the outside.   Why is "that?  She opened the window cautiously  and peered out at the ground outside,  where there was a neglected flower  bed not much more than.three feet below the level of the window.        .  She will havo gone away, said Tlior-  old slowly.   Gone away, he repeated.  There has been a man here, Dora  cried. "       , "  Thorold cime slowly,.and standing  beside her, peered down in silence at  the soft trampled earth' of the flower  bed, .where indeed a man's footmarks  were plainly visible.  Oh, Dora cried in a passion of grief  and anger. Oh, 1 wish I were a  man. Oh, how cruel you must have  been to her! Oh, if I only wore a  man, then you should not get off so  easily.  Do you think I get off so easily?  .Thorold asked slowly. ' You see���������-1  loved hor!    *  Oh, such love, cried Dora scornfully.  Well, lint it's no use standing there.  Why didn't you do something? Tiie  London express goe-s at ten���������they told  me that at the station. Perhaps she  may go then. I must return by it, for  no one'knows I have "come here except  Green; but as for you, why do you  not see if you can find her?  Thorold nodded without answering;  and with an impatient gesture and a  look of some contempt at his crushed  and broken attitude, Dora left the  house and went to-the station. But  no Joan- travelled by the train, and  Dora was forced to return to Loudon  alone.  As for Thorold,- ho presently rousing himself from his,dejection, speijt  the night wandering all about the  neighborhood. He had a feeling he  should not find Joan who*, to his thinking, had simply withdrawn herself in  anger from'his life for ever,- and  though Uio next day he made cautious  inquiries in the neighborhood,, he  could hear nothing.  He-"Ta^reTi"TAT^i-ivin"g~oirergy~ivlri"jJp  uni'.er circumstances lie would have  shown,' and which would have left nothing- untried to find her; for always  t'le thought was in his mind, numbing and..chccking all liis efforts, that  most likely she would not, wish him  lo'find her. The one real hope iu his  mind was that perhaps some day she  niiglu relent and r-ond to his rooms  some hint of where she was.  He returned to London and aftor'an  Interval of two or three days'he made  up his niliitl to go to Jermyn Gardens.  But here a surprise awaited him, for  be found there the broker's men in  possession, and learned that Mr. Du-  riind had dlsappenred, leaving his  landlord and a host of angry credl-  tcrs desirous of liiullnjj his whereabouts, liven tlio undertaker with  whom he had arranged for the burin]  of poor "Mrs. Durand had not boon  paid .n run.  Since plainly no information was to  lie obtained there, Thorold wont on to  Wilton Mayne's chanibc-is, But to  liis increasing astonishment theso, too  wore unoccupied, and on inquiring, he  lrar.it Unit Mr. Mayne had not been  scon or heard of for somo days, and  thul, his friends were becoming vory  anxious on ills behalf.  lie relumed to his own rooms, wondering much and vaguely uneasy in  his inlncl. lost tht'Bo threo disappearances, or ,hian. of .Toan'o father, and  of Wilton Mayno, should provo to hnvo  somo hiddon -M porlnvps Blulater con-  iiocfinn,  If pcsfliblc, his agitation and distress of mind lncroiised and ihcn on  tho nR'-niaon of lho following dny  Dora culled on Mm, Ho welcomed  her mn'ovly, lioping hIio had Homo  now*, of .i-ian, but she told lilm ciirlly  thai she hud none. Thon, without  ruyiiiK unythliig murn about Jonn, she  began ro i|iii*sUoii him in a curious  und nliiioiM. roiiKh nuiiL.or about Milton .Mnyjio, iiHklng piinlmilarly nbout  his onrly life in l'urls. Thorold iiiih-  worod lu".' us best lie could, but gnul-  uiilly hn boouino iinconifortalilo un ho  found lio foultl not reply lo somo of  hor i|iu*Rtii)iiH wllhoul RooinliiK lo noun ho lils nbiwnt frlniirt of worp.e iliingH  tluiii iho ordinnry foil ion of boyhood.  Mill ihiu hi nil over und dono with  long imf*. h" f'-'il'l-  1 know. 1 know, kuIiI Dora imp*!'."  ioiitly, Jim; wlml 1 vmit. fo know !,*  the cam.'..' lor llii'Ki- Ills of uhi'i'iit  iiilni".*.,i''.i'*!i he li' no s'll-joet to,  Thoy niv,ays como on wlion In/ lias  boon i oMiiniiliii; uoinoiliiiiB, Tlioriili'l re-  iniiil.i d.  Thoy hnvo never lusted r ionu bo-  fi.ro, .'aid Dura, and wont away, and  wi'iii  buck to licr own room nt her  * ,     , i  tun?,   ������������������>' -   . " '  GIN PILISJFOR WOMEN  Read Wh������t Mrs. I-Urrle 8ays About Titem  Mrs. T. Harris of Tyneside, Ont.,  knows all about QIN PILLS. I am  now taking' my third box ot GIN  PJLLS," she writes. "The pain across  my back and kidneys has almost entirely gone." I was a great sufferer  from Rheumatism but it has all. left  me. I strongly, advise all women, who  suffer fa-om Pain In The. Back and  Weak Kidneys, to try GIN PILLS".  60c. a box, 6 for #2.50. Sample free If  you -write National Drug and Chemical  Co., of Canada, Limited, Toronto.   219  in Clerkenwell whero he had told her  he could be communicated with, If  Joan ahould have Deed erf him.  Putting on her plainest things, Dora  went there and found it a lodging  house of -which the landlord * did not  at first seem Inclined to be communicative. But a five pound note she offered him and perhaps something in  her manner made him presently rela_\-  his surly attitude. Green, it seemed  was not there, and was in fact there,  very seldom, but the landlord could  perhaps tell her where she might hear  of him. Then he seemed to hesitate  but Dora, persisted, adding another  five pound note to tlie first and.unable  to resist this Uie!<man'gave her an nd-  dress near tlie river, coupled ��������� with  strong advice not to go to it,  Dora thanked him nud went: away  and taking an omnibus, proceeded  straight to the street he had told her  of, She found it the-most doubtful  and unsavory place she had ever been  in, and she noticed that the people  looked at her sullenly and sideways!  as though questioning what errand  could have brought her among them.  But "an undcflnable dread urged her  forward, and she went on quickly and  steadily'till she came" to the number  she wanted. -  ���������  "Unlike mos'. of the other houses, in  whose open t'korways, unwashed children sprawled, and from whose windows untidy wome*. leaned and gos-  s:.ed, this house was closely barred  and shuttered, with an appearance as  though no one lived there. .  Tliero was neither bell nor-knocker,  but raising her   hand,'  Dora   struck  sharply on tho piaiel of the,,door and  then stood waiting for an answer.  '   (To   be  Conr-irucd'   *  The Return of Johnnie .  No amount of persuasion or punishment oould keep Johnnie from running away. The excitement of being  pursued and of being brought back to  a tearful family appealed to his sense  of tho dramatic an*1 offset the siight  discomfort that sometimes followed.  Finally his mother determined upon a n6W method. She decided after  many misgivings, that the next time  Johnnie ran away no notice whatever  should be taken of it. He should  stay away as long as he pleased and  return when he saw fit.  In a few days the youngster again  disappeared. His mother was firm in  her resolve, and no search was made.  Great was poor Johnnie's, disappointment. He managed to stay all day  b-1 when lt began to grow dark his  courage failed, and he started for  home. He sneaked ignominioiisly in-  tj-the kitchen. Nobody spoke to  him. ,. Apparently his absence had  not been noticed. This was "too much  and as soon as opportunity offered he  remarked casually: Well, 1 see you've  got'the same old cat.  Tommy, who was* the proud possessor of* a couple of rabbits, on arriving  home from school one day proceeded  to his rabbit hutch,- aud holding one  of the rabbits up by its ears squarely'  in front of him, asked it, with a menacing look:* Twice two?���������a shake-  Twice two?���������well then: Twice six?  Tin-owing* the rabbit back into its  hutch he remarked in angry tones: I  knew teacher was telling fibs. She  said rabbits could multiply quick.  Short Distance Writer  Well, George, said,a Georgia man  uot long ago to an old 'darky in his  employ, 1 understand that you intend  to give your son an education.  Dat's my intention, sah, responded  George. 1 knows myself what 'tis to  struggle along widout larnin' an' I lias  determined my son ain't goin' to have  no sich trouble as l's had.  ���������Js-you-i-sou-lear-ning-rapidly,?, r:   He shore is, sah. Las' week ,he  done write a lettah to his aunt what  lives more'u 20 miles .from yere '-.an'  afterwhile he's going to writo to -his  aunt dat lives 'bout GO miles froni  yere. ,*-���������<���������* _ '-". -���������  Why don't he write io that "aunt  now? smilingly asked the employer.'.  He can't write so1 fur yit, sah. '.lie!  kin write 20 miles fust rate, but 1 told  him not" to try 50 miles till he gits  strongah wif his pen, ��������� ''   .-  A Big Break  ���������Tones fell down and broke four legs.  What are you talking about? Jones  hasn't got four, legs!  I didn't say he had. The legs belonged to a tablo he. fell against,  Jones wasn't hurt at all.  How's This ?  We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for aiiy case of Catarrh that  cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure. ���������   ���������  I-*. J. CJIl-JNEY & CO., Toledo, O.  "SVe, ilio iinaoi-siRiiecl,' hnve known I-.  ,1. Uhcnev for the last'15 years, and ber  Jiovc him perfectly honest hi all business  transactions and financially able to carry  out am- obllBiitions wade by his firm.  "   NATION AI- BANK OF COMMERCE,  Toledo, O.  I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of Uie system. Testimonials  1 seni free. Price "a cents per bottle.*  Sold by all druggists.  , Take Hall's l-*amily Tills for constipation.  Roman Too Far . ;  Itiley (glancing up over the'door of  the post-office)���������Tim, me bhoy, what  Is tlie meaning of thini letters? ;  Tim���������Thpy mean eighteen hundred  and ninety-eight.  _ Riley���������Don't it slhrike you that ihey  aro carrying this spelling reform too  far?  A Great Relief     ���������  Visitor���������1 seo you'have three boats  named llbsc,��������� Shamrock, and Thistle.  Why isn't Wales represented?  Boatmnn���������01i,''I dnro say there's a,  leak on one of 'em, sir!  T don't know anything about nothing,  ������aid a witness at tlio Norman Cross  Police Court, recently.  DIDN'T KNOW  That Tea and Coffee Cause Trouble  nutii. ti   Vincro  i. ' *    ���������'!:  IU1  no i  li'iw true that wna.  .111>>   iii.ii .i  V"'-*"  *y  w.  U- ������?(v  .-'nm*" ono, siio -nil-l nt liiMt, iilniiil io  ; in i:oll'. ���������-���������niiii! one onco toll*! mo Hint  , ���������������������������<���������������i*rov, oould run f.i*-;;or iliau J touhl,  iiiuii tiial miiiio day il ml|-lil ovitcoiiio  ' ii,-.*.      V iv  j     ,\;' ,*"  mi    i-.'ii"   mu'  ili-i'.i'i   fi mu ->\iii<.'   iiroKonUy sin* ion.*-'  nl In* noli' v. ilii a i-liii.UW,  '���������io i-ii'ii-'-'i', tn liorrllilfl a Ilkoiiof-R,  ilif ��������� icii. a nil whon I flnim tlio knlfo  I know it hit lilm. but i'" tor Hint  v.-"iiiiil ���������>;: \\'llr/-i)'iH sircU��������� Ai-jain nlio  .,, , ,-'.'.- ... .'. i' i*. I i'M', I In!'1. ���������*Mi'l f'loti  .���������sin- ������������������si'luli'ii'd wi.li tm air of roKolvf*;  ','' n, '���������.-. ��������� ���������! : i" r l.ri-iV --nciotl/lii,'.  II' !"'"! !'.!*'i\v r-'i'i* tli'.ii*; fr-iu '.villi  1,1- ���������..;.) ���������(, \\\o V.1-.--11 Ii'j f'AU.n to toll  i . ��������� ..-i: ,'*.,*i'i. 1 *.viJl r.'" to ilii*  -/.ii ��������� ��������� ' .-.-,��������� ':.: lold nn. u, writo to  M ". a-.ii'i 1 v'lt iiii'i!.*' him toll mo.  I,, .j,.. -io *...:���������' "i*-ii in 3ii i' 'i''"-'. tor  ii:i    villi ?���������    ���������'.'roi ii  .'! i-.  '������������������ii  . :>* rr  ��������� I'i'MI   ?������H'   )i  So common Is tho use of ton or coffeo as n boverago many do uot know  that whey aro tho causo of many oh-  flcuro ailn which aro often attributed  to other things.  Tho onslftfit wayto find out for one-  solf Is to quit tho toa atid coffoo for a  whiln at least, and noto rouults. A  lady foun������il out in this way, and also  learned of n, now bfivcrng'o thut is  wholosonm as well as pleasant to  drink.    Sho wrilns:  "I um 40 yours old aii'l nil my life  up to a year nml a half alio, I had been  u coffoo drinker,  "DyH'iopKl'i, Hovoio JieadnclioB find  heart woiikiieas mado nio feel sonic-  times us I hough I wuh about to die.  After drinking a cup or two of hoc  coffoo, my honrl, would go llko it i*ino);  without ti pendulum, "At, other tinios  it would ulinoat stop nnd I wns so  nervous I did not llko to be aiono." t'J>n  Ih just ns liiirmfiil, because it oontaliiH  on ff ol no, iho sumo drug found In cof-  I'CT*.  "I: i i.-mli a walk for o.\-������jv!kh, a.i  lioon hh 1 wim out of sight nf tlio liou.v  I'd fool ns If 1 wns pinking mni ihln  wo'iii) friKhlon mo trrrlbly, My ),mhs,  would utterly refiiHo to support urn,  and Uio pltj of it all was, I dlil not  know HUH coffoo wuh odin-liur Hie  iroublo.  il>i"uui'ih   '"    '.'���������-���������    '.-i'.-       'i.'i'i      lii������ii.l  liorsona wrri> rojlovoil of such ailmoii'.u  liy loiivlni*; off coffee mid (lrlnKln-j l"*o������|.  um, I got my husbiniil d. bring homo  ti i)ncliii������c, Wu i nil do li ucooniing *to  illrcctliiiifl mni I llli'-ii ili>< (ivi-,1 ouii.'lie  lion, r11iiiij��������� y l'liUur *...r* iioiii'kuik,  "I hnvo boon uHinf- l'ostuin iihoiii  olghtocn nio.'itliM and io my wont joy  dljji'sHon Ih kooiI, my utnos and iioaii  nro nil r!i;ht, In fact, 1 am a woll v,o  mnn onoo moro, tliiLtik������< to Po*-ium."  Namo filven ly Caw-ill-ni J*������i;-1nm  <'o,, Wlr.d-'ir, On������. u-, i.0 f,,,. ,���������,. (lf  tlio lit'lo hook, "Thu  Uoad \q \v, if.  \-Ulo."  I'tiSluiil i uiiif- in ' ..ii fi..".ii--  Regulsr Portum���������iiiii������i br i-.-||, ,j.  Instant Pottuni ii n Miiriiif. j,.,-,.,,' ;  A tcnciiiionful dit-i'olvr;. ijui.���������[,!���������,   ; ) ',,  cup of hot walor nnd v,|;h r-,-. ������u, ;,.,*,  f-U*.!!.!, malif-S it Oolirl.n, , ',. ,,.,, ,  finally,     ttroi'i-yv v,A) iio'h ! '<..'-.  aAAvt>������}-\    'There'*:! lo.nn".' : !'.���������;���������  >���������  Small Willie was entertaining  his  big sister's beau in the parlor.  Mr. Green, he asked,   how    many  pennies havo you got?  I haven't any.at present,..Willie,o-I  am sorry to say," lio replied.   Then mamma was right, continued  "Hia""little-1 ellcAv; Slre_toid~si stcr~iasfc-  night that, you didn't have any moro  sense than a rabbit.  At the Thames Police Court a woman asked * Mr. Leycester for a summons against a person for breaking a  window.  The Mag-Jstralo���������Did the person do  it on purpose.  The Applicant���������Oh. no, sir; she did  St with her hands.  .       THJ$        _..  uSnmsiooftheVb  FSUOIMNO INMtwV  DWANSIMNtomKl.  fwmtititfifrk.  SprnicfsmmfiA  tmnTEST.iK  MAGIC  mlmh  POWDEB  JUTANY BRANDS OF BAKING  ���������*������l 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  S]ODlC   ALUMIN1C   SULPHATE.  MAGIC BAKING  POWDER  CONTAINS    NO   ALUM  THE   ONLY   WELL-KNOWN    MEDIUM-  PRICED" BAKING   POWDER   MADE   IN  CANADAtTHAT    DOES    NOT    CONTAIN    ALUM.  AND   WHICH    HAS   ALL   ITS   INGREDIENTS  PLAINLY   STATED   ON    THE   LABEL.  -inrtangflggg  E. V^. GILLETT  COMPANY  LIMITED  WINNIPEG       TORONTO.   ONT.      MONTREAL.  Another "New Comet Found  Another new comet, the second-to  be'discovered this mo..t.h��������� has been  located deflnitel; i.u the constellation  Pisces, west.of the star . Omega, according to Prof. II P..Barnard of .the  Yerkes Observatory at "\Villiani3 Bay,  .Wis. Prof.-Barnard calls the-visitor  a remarkable' celestial body. It was  discovered on Sept. G by Neujmin, ah.  European astronomer. The first comet was found by the Her. Joel "VJetcnlf  on September 1. ��������� n   -  Prof. Barnard says that the comet  appears like an asteroid, defined by  astronomers as a starlike body, but  has a nebulous appendage extending  to the ,���������east. 1 his - distinguishes it  from ordinary asteroids.  The new* *. Mnet will not become visible to tho .naked eye, but may bo seen  through a five inch telescope. It differs from vhe Metcalf comet in being  periodic; that is, it will return at stated intervals.  The most obstinate corns and warts  fail to resist Holloway's Corn  Cure.  Try il. ���������  ,  Getting Their Own Back  A young man had take .his wife  to a theatre, and as there was no  one to look after the baby, they had  brought it along.' lt cried lustily all  through the lirst act. 'At the close  of tlie act an official camo down the  gangway and informed thom * that if  they could not keep the baby quiet  they would have to go" to the box" office, get their money back and go  out.  , They  succeeded in  squelching the  baby and all went well for a time.  Then  live  minutes  after  tho  last  act had commence'**  the young father loaned over and said: Mow do you  .like the-show? ' ���������   Rotten1/was  ihe  reply. "���������  Stick a pin in the baby.,.  , . v      Didn't Buy���������Bool<9  The agent for a handsomely illuminated book to bo sold on tlie credit system���������a feast to the intellect and  an ornament to any library���������leant  against the side of the house, caught  his breath, clenched his fists, and  looked skywards.  ���������What's the mutter? asked the policeman.  ' I've met the meanest', man, he answered. I've heard of him, aud I've  read about him in tlio papers, but I  never expected to meet hjm faco to  faco.  How do you iuinw he wns the -meanest mnn?  By the wny lie acted. T showed  him this worli of art, lectured on lt  for half an hour, showed tlio engravings- nnd when I hintcti that It would  bo n, good Uilii-*- io order, what do you  think ho said?  I don't, know.  Ilo riaid ho never bought books. Uo  didn't, hnvo to, Ilo Just waited for  somo Idiot, ot an agent to como along  find tell him nil that war- in thom  and turn over tho leaves whilo lie  looked at tho picturcH.  When Marlc Twain, In JiJh early  days, was editor of a MI������tourl paper,  a BiiporHlitltioui) mibtiorlbe'f wroto to  lilm finyiiij? that lio had found n. spider  in liis paper, "Wan that a hlKii of good  luck or bad? The humorist wrote  lilm this answer, and .printed Ii:  Old Subscriber: Finding a spider  in your paper was neither Rood limit  nor imd luck for jou. Tlio spider  waa merely looHlnB over your paper  to soo which merchant Is not adver-  tialng, so llmt he can \\o lo tliat atoro  npln liis woh ncroHH tlio door, anil lead  n lifo of uiidlstiirbod ponco ovor afterward.  Recklessness  ��������� -At a dinn.Qi*,,givon in Now York hy  the-Grectors, an organization .of hotel  men, T. C. Bresihi of tlie Plaza, said:  Hotel men cannot he . niggardly.  They must not imitate old Cornelius  Husk. Old Corn Husk, as you know,  saw bis boy tlio other day carrying  the'thermometer from the kitchen out  int.-. the yard.       -' ,-   ,.  Wha'tcha doln' wi thet thar thor-  ���������NomettT, boy? ho.asked.  1 wanlcr git the''difference in'tom-  1-eiacher, pop,-betwixt inside and outside, the son answered.  Wall, quit it, snapped old Corn  Husk. Keepin" the mercury runniii  up and down the tube like that,'fust  thing ye iinow the'"durn thing'll-be  worn out, and long'll go 25 cents* for  another thermometer.        ��������� "   ���������'    ,  When Bobbie went'to ses? hi's-grand-  mothei- he was much * interested in  whatever went oii-li. the kitchen. One  day she said to him:- I'm goin-; to mako  you a nice little pie in a saucer, all  for-yourself. Don', you think I'm  pretty good to tako so much trouble?  Bobbie pondered: Grandma, lie said  at length, mother told me not to bo-a  bother, and if it's going to be any  trouble you can iust..us well-make my.  pio regular size.        " . ���������  Sho entered tho doc'ior'B " ofllco,  truly a sorry ape-cWidc. Her rlA'ht  eye. was bandaged, n brulso' marred  lior ohor'k iind hor lef! arm wan supported by ii Hllng.  Ah, mind moriili.K, Mrn. BrowHtor.  Au iicoliloni, l hoo? aald tlio doctor  mymiiatlii-llciilly. T am vory sorry. In-  dond.     How did lt happen?  Y.V.I *������������������ '" ���������'��������� ', ''���������'', ll *'"*" N'1"-"- ^,'*"  T wit-* ix-wilii' 'nine i.lio nthpr o.vonin,  mi' It wim vory ilnrk on our siair, nn'  J Uioiuihi I'd roaolHul mu own door,  bill whin T l;������och-?d it wasn't*, un* thn  (-.ontloiiiaii what oponod tlio door  tiimiy-ut 1 v/n������ his v/lfo,  Cab  Humor  Old l.a-1*. - Doom J our Ih-iko evor  aiiv al niotorH?  i'.iibby* 1-or' 1-loss yrr, uo, iail.\; lio  didn't own rliy vlxn lallway nalus  I'lisr  ("jwo in.  Anawered  JT.    ���������������!���������   in"  Ir. MI'll:/' ll|i Ml a"|U.'ilit.  i a..'( o) U'liat! <tnl:.' yii-a iri'o'.' Wluro  i li;;\������ nl'  tl,������- .nllior nhfi filrls Ron*.-?  !      S'.l,*'   ibllillS'i:- I     Till*}'"."     none     off  i ������. ,ii������i-v,iioio   nith   fill   ilio  nloc  boy.i.  ' A ^.���������l'|������������������.i'.'i���������M* -Vy- i r>' ;- f. fl <!?y������  I ir j...,v.,rt f|,i/.s !-*������r i;Of.'i1. A Mud of  I .-i'i'.*: ' -'���������'*��������� ���������'" '������������������**  Mlnrrd's- Liniment Ciires Burn*, Etc  New    England's    Champion      Trap-  Elioote;- Retains Title  , E. A. Randall, of Portland. Maine,  who In 1912 woi*. the title of champion trapshooter of New England, captured the honor again tli'is year by  breaking 195 out of 200 targets at  the Paleface Shooting Association's  tournament held at Wellington. Mass,  Sept. .10-11. Mr. Randall also won  high amateur average for the meet  with 383 out of 400. II. D." Glbbs,  shooting the speed shells in his Remington pump, gun, was high over all,  scoring 3S8 out of 400 targets ijirown.  Wind Every Five Years  Clocks aro now mado to run five  yeai's with onco winding up. In 1881  ���������the Belgian Government placed ono of  these in a railway-station and Healed  it. It has kept capital time, having  only been four times -wound���������In 1886,  189J, 1806, and 1903; and thoro is a  clock in tlie Church of St. Quontln, in  Mayonco, which has only stopped onco  (luring a period of BOO yoars.  Safe  Old Maid���������1C1 catch you In my'gar-  don OKaln, I'll tell tho constable  Boy-*-'!'! oiih't do noUiin'. 'E'u my  olo man,  A clorg.vinaii win anxious lo intio-  ditco soma liymnbo'jJfn l������tc the  ohurcli, and nm.nfiC-V with Jits dork  that lho ItiHor wa*> Id ft'lvo out tho  notlco iuinioditi.tcly ^'.ftor tlio sermon.  The clerk, hnwivoi, had a, notico of  his own to glvo out with refcrenco to  ilio baptism of iiifiuits, Accordingly, ut tho close or Uio sermon he arose  ami announced that all those who hail  childron whom they wish tc have'  baptised pleiiHo send in tlioir names  at onoo to tho clerk'. Tho clergyman  who waB stono doaf, asmimod tha tlio  clorlc wo������"RlvInK out tho hymboolc no-  Uco, and Jmr..cdlatoJy rose mid nald:  And 1 Rhould say for tho henoflt of  tliouo who iiuvon't any, that thoy may  obtain Homo from tho ushers nny day  from 11 to 4 t clock; mo ordinary littlo ones at i'ii ceils each, and s)iqcIii1  olios at oO cents.  In This Town  llllnkn- Wluit'H tlio best way to go  homo?  Jlij,<H-���������f'ol)'-*r.  CHILDHOODJILMENTS  Ailments such as constipation, col- -  Ic, colds, vomiting, etc, seize children of all ages . and ---the mother  should bo on her guard against these  troubles .by,keeping- a box of 'Baby's  Owii Tablets Mil the house. . h* any  of,these troubles come on,,suddenly  the Tablets will cure them,- or if the  little one is given an occasional dose  of Uio tablets he will escape these  -(roublcs^^JI-lie__TabIets_ar.e_fiold���������by_  medicine dealers or by mail -at 25c  a box .from The-Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Recovering All Right  The,following letter is from a snihll  boy to his mother, wiio lniu sent lilm  into the country to recover from an'  iilness: . . ,  ,,  Dear Mum; I forgi/t tc"write before. Me and somo other,boys weL'  out in a boat yesterday, arid th*. boat  turned over, but'a man .got. me out  nhight. This morning we were out  for a biko ride, r.nd I toll over and cut  mo head. And tonight we are going  to sot light to a haystack ami let Mr.   's chickens out of   thoir   cages.  So I think we will enjoy ourselves. I  feel much bcLter now,-���������You.* lovinj:  son, Tom. ������  All mothers can put uway anxiety  regarding . their Buffering children  when they have Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator to give relief, Its  effects aro sure and lasting.  Mather Suggestive  Elio���������I'll never go anywhero again  with you as lo*tu*c as I live!  .He���������Wli���������why?  She���������At tho Un, "this afternoon, you  asked Mrs. Smith how her' husband  was Rttuiilliig tho heat and he's heou  dead two months.  tV.lnard'B Liniment Relieves Neuralols  I'lxe.���������-What ridiculous. Impossible  things,these fashion platen nro.  Mrs. Kjcc���������I know tlioy iisod to be  but today many ofihom uro ousniv-  ed from photographR,  Exe���������Well, this ono can't lio. Nero  nro two women going Jn opposite directions, both with brand now gowns  on imd neither looking bad*; at tho  other.  She Knew  What's your, husband's average !;i-  fl(imo?-.'ifikod (ho caller.  About 1 n.m. replied Mrs. Wlso.  I'V.thor, why nan n. man run fast-,  than a boy?    Hcciubo he's bigger, .a  that bo?   Tlion why don't   tlio   hind  ^honls of n wagon run fnsrer. Oiaii tho  front onos?     1 glvo 1   up.  Champagne Bottles  No machine lias yet been invented  In Franco which onu Hiiporsedo manual  labor In tho manufacture ot cluiiiipiigiio  bottles. The men performing (his dlf������  llcull work arc well paid.  il  T  he Cheerfiii Life  It ii tii* right of ereryono to llvo nml enjoy the dinerfnl life. We ow������  il w ������������.4i'.4&������ *i*i tlm tali J'i-4 Tr."*"*-! vi t'i "'r? ������.L'������ ebcrrfi:! Jifc, We,  euaQOt do* l������ If HI health Ukii bold of u������.  The wife, mother and diogbUr mfforin-f from bet fliuliai, ���������nerroDniri'i,  BMilich*. tucV-vJi*. drt-r������lntJo-wn tttilnt, ar uy other -wmUikius due to ������IUori)er������  ���������r Irri-nnilirltln of the dtlteale fe-otl* orini-u tint only a burden to hcntlf*  ���������jUtloli-U lOVfdOUM.  Thut it a rtmtiy.   Vnty ytua uptttcnef tu titoion unroUUiksMy that  BR. PIERCE'S  Favorite prescription  .   i     .     '?? f0 >*"* Jt ,J������i inrvlvnl  '.  B������ta tr A*a\m In n-KllHnt In liquid er uM������t farm.  ti-lpllen f������bi������U c������n U hid ef <lni jifiil or walled nu  .l-������r ILOO or Wc ill*. A<Mrt������������ ft. V. Metce, U. P.,  Dr. Pierc^i Pleuiuit FdleU r(folate and InTlforato  tUxttOitxJkt Ut������T *vbA blVttU' fi*&*r-******t tiny imjialc������.  i������i)l rtiUr* health to wi������V������n������<l -ninanllni).  t.rt{Biltea. ������,*������ end tn������lle#.  Bote m "  Ur, ri������r������t'i FartrKa Pr������taf������il<m -  rtrMvt er ima^ant ilanpf- l-\  \ft  NOTICE is hereby given tint apph-  catie'n will be bade to tha Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor by -wholesale upon  the premises Bituitt-d on Lot 6, Block 15,  Cumberland Townsite, Cumberland, B. 0  . ������������������OlALlMUSSATTO.Applioiut.  D^ted this 1st day cf October 1913.  3Mig*!SL������gMBB^'B^^B5!  NOTICE ia hiroby given thatou the first  day of D -o<a*>or uext application will be  mado to the Superintendent of Provii.oial  Police, Victoria, ferthe renewal of the hotel license to sell' liquors by retail iu tne  hotel known as tho Ir.raa bote., situated at  Comox, B.C. Geobqk M. Baioow  Dated Ootober i, 1918.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  .first day of November 1913; application  will be made to'.the Superintendent oi  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  * wholesale iiqu-��������������� licen'sc upon llie prem-  ises known ;u Lot 24, Subsection i, Nelson District.  1-it-SKNRK Brewing Company.  Dated October ist, 1913  * NOTIOK ia hereby given that on the  flr������t day of December next npplicnt*ou>ill  be mado to tho Supe.intendout ������������f Provin-  oiid Polios, Vioturia, tor a renewal of tbe  Mel lioouse to cell liquors by retail iu  tlio hotel kaowu a* the Union hotel, Bit-  tuto at Union, B.C. Joa* Ni McLboh,  Ifau-d the 1st day of Octobar, 1913  NOTICK is ban-by yiv^n that ou tlia  first day ol D-oetnber next, appUoatou wiil  bo made to ihe Saperinfcoudout of Provincial  Polioe, Victoria, for tho reuowal of, the hotel lioouee to sell liquors by retail in Uie  Intel known as tho K.var-.ide hoiol, situate  a4 Coortenay, R. 0. Q. H. Feamm.  D4������todOcii)btr I, 1918.  ��������� ���������ni.....      ,t      - n - , , 1, , ,    _  NOnOK U doreby given that oa the  fire* d.*y of'Dsoainber next application*ill  be made to the Saperintendent of Provincial Pohca, Viot^ri-A, for thoreiie������alof the  hotel lioeaso to gi-11 liquors by retail *u th*  bote! knuwa iu the Wilaou hoMil, wtuateii  *i Ui������ioa Bay RO.  Alvukd Runm llonsH  Bated Ootobet 1, 1913.  Union Steamship Co. of B. 0.  .., THE S. S. C0WIGE1AN WILL.SAIL AS UNDER  fl.ANAIMO DENSIAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX;ROUTE  Leave Vancouver,-Monday, at 8 p. m.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p iu.  ' '.Arrive Union" Bay, Tuesday 0 a. m.       UftTn������;    '    n.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday. 8 a. m,     Leave Tuesday, U a. m. -  Leave Nauaiin., 6 p. ,������. Tuesday,. Arrive Vancouver U.30 p.m. '  ArriveTi"'������UVpr -^"J* \ ^m" Arrive   Nanaimo/ .11.30 p. m  Aruve Union Bay, $uuday. 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4. p.m.  Subject to change without.notice.  '''wStaaauatoaasMassK ���������wa������e������a8M99i������U8^lMw������wa>iMW(  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  Union  flerca  J.   N,, MpLEOD     'F'Eor'-EaiBx  'or.  blBliah * x BDIMJQN always w, tap . ako, th'e famouaMILWAUKBS  BBEEti-Anhenser, Bobemiwi, Suhlte, &c. '.'OLD GREY BISARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wine, and Liquors of all kinds  The touting art Lodging Dapaxtmw.fc, nnder Uio lame-lkta- - B^crlntencloDoo  will ba .'ou..d Firat.ola&i in ������very ree-paut. '���������'  ATES,  NOTICK is hereby given tnat on the  flrtt day'of Docouibor n������xt application will  bd mud.* to the Suporiiiter.deut of Provincial Police, Victoria, for the ronowal of the  hot*! licon������o to sell liquors by retail in Uie  hoHil kuo*n aa tlio NoIm*u hotel, situated'  at Union Bay, B.C. John Filuku.*)  Dated Ootolier Lit, .1913.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guests.  ���������-       ���������-..     ������������������       ..       ..       ..       19 A 00 per day  <��������� ��������� *'������������������  SK3-"Bag,****''"B'"''"^^  Brewers' Dried Grains  .,  Better,  Cheaper. Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  Distributors NANAIMO, B.C.  Tho Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of. Wines and Liquors  at tbe Mar. ��������� \ ������  RATES    *    REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  &m������777eVSasaBES������gZiE&Zm  rrrwii-it���������iii���������^1M| WHi'-fciu  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  *     N ANA I MO IIOUDKN AT  NANAIMO.  IN THE MATTEROF Guieoppe  J. L. Contineu-zn, decoasod, in  totittite,  Into or"   No;   8   mine,  uear Cumborliind B. 0,  AND  IN THIS MATTKlt of tho "Offi-  cial Administrators Act,'*  TAKP NOTICE tliat .by order of His Honor J ndge Darker,  mado during (ho month of November, 1918, I wan appointed  Administrator of tho Estate of tlio  abovo mentioned deueanud, and all  parties having claims against tho  said estato aro hereby required to  furnish namo, proporly verified, to  mo on or before tha 20th day of  bocomber 1018, AND all par-  ties indebted to eaid oatato, aro required to pay the amount of their  indubiodiiusa to mo forthwith.  Dated this 18th day of Novom,  bor 1J)1U.  W, Wksmcy Will aud,  Olllcial Admiuirttrator,  Oiuuberlaud, li. C.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  , offer , you   a safe  and   sound " investment   with, a  good return on your money as well as an enhanc-  \ \t    ed value from now on.  A.Company with   NoPpMW*Shares. .-  AGc.mpanywith    ������������������������_   < Y i   fiscal agency. "_  A Company   that will look f'olHy-to  the wellfare  * ,   of its shareholders.    Shares are now sellino- at $i  ��������� for all   cash,   or   on   the   easy .-instalment   plan.  Call'OP send for a Prospectus to-d������y I  mni 1 ihwum  K -  The'. Mercantile  General   Agency,   . Ltd.  Selling.Agents for.Canadian Loan.& Mercantile Co., Ltd*  , Head  offices: ��������� ���������      ���������-���������  "* <?-  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Building.[;Cdnier View aud Gov't.,. Streets,  Victoria.-B. C.     |  Geo   Abbott, Ma a aging- Director,'        .'%  I  Pli.Que 3-343  rnvxTX^nrnxf^m  nmuttrammmmr+xmiunmiMinaMmv-MmarM+SLix,*  "We'Build Homes and Make Loans."     ,|  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE Ih hereby given that  on tlio 1st day of December nex',  .application   will bo' mado to the  ADVKUTlSEflJENT.     ���������  NOTICE whereby given that an  Action has Imcn rfii.sed againrit tlie*  Prudential "A-'sm-'ince Company  Limited, 71 Renfleld Street, Uluu  Superinlendont of Provincial  pol- gov/, for payment of tho tutu  of  0. H TARBELL  4MW-MM������������HaH������W-MMnMt'li'MM  *IM������MMMlMMN������aaHMMMHM*li^  {HIGH GRADE STOVES J  Jam nil KITCHEN JI UTENSILS )  J Sportsmens Goods  1 General Hardware .  Violin Strings. Talking nm-  Chinencedk'S and Victor Records  for sale at tlio New* office.  Don't   forget   to   pl.icc   yonr  next order for printing with us.  There is no better way of ma"  king the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  NOTrCK  Auy jhu'koii or "pornons, antting,  wmovliifi or taking any Mocks,  timhor or wood, of any tluuwfpiioiJn  Xilonging to tlio Wellington CoL  liory (Vy., or from or off tho land  of tlio said (Jotnpnny, or nnyoins  tipping rubbish of any d-bHoription  imywlicro upon t-hc ooinjwny1*'  Iqnd will lw pro-sccutod to tho full  uxtunt ot tbo law.  W. Ij. COTILSON,  Goneral Manogor,  Co lliory Co,y.  NOTUjn.  Hiding on locomotives and rail  way carfl of tho Union P.olliory  Compnny by any ponson or per-  sonfi���������except tuin orcw--iii Htrictly  prohlMted. KinploycoB ***re nub-  ice tu (iirinii������sal for ullowing unin-  Hy order  W. L. COULSON,  General Manner.  IN THE COUNTY  COURT  OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN  THI3   MATTER   of Thomao  Smith, Mt'cetiHod, inln.**talo. who  died in Nelson District on April  2fltl,1018. ���������  AND  IN THE MATTERJof tho'-Ofnoinl  AdminiKtratorfl Act."  TAKh: NOTICE* Ihat by order  nl 31 in Honor Judgo Hiirkor, mndo  lho 5th day of November 1018,1 wmp  iipi-oinitd/idtuinJHiratorof tho b'c-  tatu uf the abovo mentioned do-  eoupt'il, and all partioa having  olaima ngainBttho <mfd cutato aro  hereby roqufred to furnish baiiip,  proporly verified, to mo on or be-  foro ,lhe 13th dny1, of Dccembor,  1018. ANI) all parties indebU'd to  nad eptutti, aro required to pay tho  amount of their fruicbtodnOfO to  na* forthwith.  Datnl thij llth day of  Novt-m-  Iwr, 1018  \V  WiwiTbv Wn.i.AiiJ-,  Oflirhtl Adminictrator,  C'uiub rlaiid, Ii. C  ice for a licenpe] for the ealo of  liquor by wholesale in and upon  the preriiifioa Bitjated in tbo town  of, Courtenay, Ji. C, known and  dospiibcd aa Lots $0 and 31, Sec-  'ionjol.  Dated thiii llth day of Oc.obor  1013.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  John Maroccbi, Managor  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Section *12.  NOTICE 10 boroby given that,  ontholHtday of December next,  applications-will bo made to the  Buporinlondont of Provincial Police for ronowal of tho hotel licence  to eull liquor by retail in tho hotel  known an tno MalaHpina llohl,  Bi.uatoal Lnnd, in llm Province of  liriliah Columbia.  Dated this 8ih day of October,  1013,  FRTCD THULIN  Appliiian;  T.TOJIOV ,\0-l\ 1010.   '  11 Pcctlon '12.  vrnmrn  NOTICE lr������ hetoby given <h'\i,  on the lut day nf December iionI,  npnllenlini" i������-ill ?r> vjid'* ���������'*��������� t*>"  Snpcrintoudent of l'lovimr.l Police for roni'Wul of the hotel liccnco  to Boll liquor by letiiil in the lio'.il  hnown nnttlio Willowi- Hoti-1, t-itij-  ;ito at C'riipl^'l River, in llm I'm-  vince of RriMrhCulnnibii.  D'Mr-u   t\\'\,i Sfih  d'ty oi  Ocml'-'r,  ma. 11  CFIAHLKS THl'I.IN  Api'licMt'  ������131, being Iho proceeds of the  Policy No. 45784f5 with paid Com,  pony on the Lifo of John Jack, "97  Langhihds Rond, Govan, Glasgow,  and that lho Sheriff, of tlm County  of Lanark, Rom land, Inn* ordered  ttdvertiH.omeiit of nolico of said action by interlocutor, na follows:-���������  ���������aia-tgow, 19th Hep'tembfT, 1013.  Holds tho fund eorrecily ptatod in  tho Petition, (ind in ic-pecl the  Purauora aiul Nominal JiaiHcri*  havo qonBiftiwd lho fund ir: the  handfl of. tho Chirk of Gourt lCxon  (its and dis(.lmr(j(*d tliem of all  claims in tho action. Appointn  intimation ol tlm Action to be  made by Advcrti-xjinniH published  onco in a NewfipapBr circuluiiii'- in  Oiimberlaiid, Vancouver I^lniid,  BritiHh Columbia, Canada, and ftp-  p'.'inlt* eliiiiniiiitH iu thu fund lo  lod������o'heir diilmo with tho Cl.^rl:  of t'ourt within one month frouu  tho dale of ������uoh adverliuement, and  vcndi" the eusu to tho adjustment  roll of 13th iNovenihor 1 ext.  (Signed)  \V, (i. Sl'l'IT i\IONCI!IL'Kl"  Aiicni). MoMakti.n,  A Irno copy, H.O.D,  In tonus lliuri'of notice in huieby  Kiven of mid notion und i.f .-aid in  terlocutor.  LOWND1C3 & REN WICK  28 IhthSirpei, Ohni'ow, Holl'.-:t-  i)i(i fur Rual Itathvr.  NOTlf'!-; i' limby Kivu.-i tlmt iii tlu������  wxl iiii;<tUiK"f fit* Ilo-jr.l cf U-'iiK'l'oui  iiii*>Mii-liiriiof tluM'ity nf (Jun.liu'l-ilnl. wu  inti'wl in I'f'tily fur 11 tom'Wiil i f tln> I1.1t  t-l ll.-ri-- *. '���������!���������! liy in- f.t* tl.o*. Voi .'...i:,.;  HoUil, jiitiifitoilmili-l fi, Llmjlf 'A. Citinl ir  lliiul   T..A'J)\iU'.  JOHKPII l>.\MONTE  .io*.i:pm toi;a(.x*o  iw-i.l Ou'ob-r -jDHi, i;,i:i.  3STOTJCE u- boroby giveu tlmt at tli'o  naxfc moet.ng of tlio Buard of l.iconao Ci in  lniartoiiero ofllie City of (.uiaberiflnJ, I  i tond to ni,ply for u rono"*!!l of tho hotel liconse liold by mo for tbo \Vi������v."ily  Holol, aituatad ou lot 2,' btoot- li, Cumber  lnnd Toni-uite.  FLUNK' HALLOS  IMed thjaSUlh diy'f.f Oct. l'Jia.  Notice; is hereby f-iven tfj.u M the  next meciiu-,' of the Hoard of License  Commissioners ,1 intend \o a-.*ply for n  reni-wal of ihe hotel liccnue held ' by me  for die New En-4Unci Hotel, smiatrcUm  block j, lot 3, Cumberland Townsite.  JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Oct, 29th, 1913.  NOTICE is hereby yiven that at the  next myelin-,*- of , the Board of License  CommiNsionersofihc City of Cumber-  land, I intend <o apply for 4 renew.il of  the hotel rr<-pnv> held by me hi ih-j  "KitiK Cicor^n" llo'.ti), sitimtcil 011 lot 9,  l)!oc|-  "/', Cuitibci liii.rl 1'own-jite,  VICTOR HONORA  Uuted this jgiu d.iy i,f Cm., 1913,  .VOJ'fiJK in h'u-Jiy gjvon Mint uV tho  I'O.vlniKil'oj.'of the Hoard of Mi-Ln-o  Comiiiiinii-i-i-iii i,f tha City of ('iiiiil)L'r-  Inii'l, J inuml to apjjy for n roiivwul <.f fcl.o  'vIkiIphuIo liipior lio"Tii,r hold l.y ri*", til.  tiutul nn lot 12, block 1;, C.;mi.lwrl������ml  Uwurite.  JO:iN MAltOUCUI  Unted tlvH 'JOth d*y of f>)i��������� i'jis.  KOTIL'KiB j. Iieioliyi'ivi-ii tin'. -U llm  noxl ii.i'i'tin-' if the U'mrd of [.ioon-o  ConiiuiiiiioiU'iu of tlio Uity ������,f tJinnbr-  Uii-I, 1 ii Icivl to uyjijy for a roiiCMiilot  ���������ho wholfH'ld liquor ]ix*riie held i.y mo  on blook IS, Jot G, Cumb'Tlund TownhiK  CIALf MUSS A ITO.  ],*iitfd thin V'Jlh ilny of iM��������� J0);j.  NOTIOK ii liort-by ulvi-n'tlut ui Tliii  next iiii'i-tiii-; ot tlio UotvA <-t lAoomo Com-'  niiMdoiicrti of thn City of (;nn borlni'd. I  i.tt-.'ijil 10 iipp y for a roricv.ul i.f tho Ju.t.  nl ki-n.-iu belli by 1110 for lho rniuhorlaml  Oniil tili'f'*..*! '.������. In- 1, i.i- ci 1:, iv...,*.;-.  lfil.d 1'oUIIHI'ti. ,    1  WILLIAM MHIi.llKIKLU.  H.iti'il t l'������20tliil;iyi,f /������r .. jyi.l.  V;*������5W<'���������*J] v,,' titer.' ;-...���������..-v )> . >,,  Jfyii' > :ij ���������"������������������it.:i.i.;:i..;i,' j,.- ',-.-.��������� ���������,���������,\.\  "b'FA ^v.7"S.,'-,'n<.)'"1 ��������� ���������"���������' '">���������  ������������������������������������������ -��������� ������������������   ���������������-���������>  nr- liit-Uih;, MeiiUi'niil It, i'ii ll'urrj, '.  fwi,tui' 1 -���������;', ni.'i.itl li itiknr's, 1'iiii.ionr, .*V, ,*  t'.i'lcri ,',(���������������, '1 ml ly-rt-t u/ i'-.',,'./��������� J'.^vf. .������������������<,  i'ii'.< ������"! j.. 1 .. i< ������ ������-. rT.-w ������'���������" im'J ������������������!���������������������< ,4 *������'  v.'iilcnuv. ,'!ull I- nil '.ri.rci-f'j r!��������� .'iii'.'ii! in  M-ilii t'.'MHi r-������< .i-i '���������".)-'.-. .V^'-l��������� i'l'.r Ui'.  inn���������'/..* f.t.'. 'f>c *,o^J! tb-.Qia'.'** Oa,  .'<.-**.'* "..'**,*,-; "ci-anVv ttn-w y.  THE KEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  NEVER   BEFORE!  HAVE   YOU   HAD    SUCH   AN ' OPPORTUNITY     TO    SHIP     YOUR     GRAIN  ���������WHERE  YOU   RECEIVE*     BEST    GRADES,   BEST     PRICES    AND    QUICKEST  SETTLEMENTS  AS  YOU  WILL  GET  BV   SHIPPING TO  CANADA ATLANTIC GRAIN  CO., Ltd.,  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG, MAN.  Llcensttd���������Bonded Established 1910 ���������  .   Uses far Sawdust ,   .. ;  ..Not so very Ions .ago about the  ov.Iy re**.!, '.iee nnyom. - had "Cor yaw-  dust iv ns i'or packing ice. 'Hint was  when snuill, local sawmills were more  common, and iIn.- amount of this form  of waste wood was, ot* at any rate ap-  pear-ul. comparatively small. , Now,,  when (lie lendency is 10 con'sblidafe  these into large mills with a capacity  ol' several hundred thousand feet -.f  lumber, per day, tlio daily waste jn  sawdust is so?n lo bo enornicus and  much exporimenlins; is'b.iing-done 10  discover i'ie\v methods of utilizing r..  Perhaps 1 ln.������ most promising veil-  1 uro in sawdust utilii-rUiou in this  etmlry is the manufacture- of  ethyl (or strain) alcohol. Tho ..-tuvdust  is treated with  sulphuric acid uncter  FACVS  T.LD  ABOUT ,CANAD������  .eo  Sclieff    of the    l_onuo:i    Graphic!  Gave  Interview iii  London ������������������  co ScUc-fi'. of the Loudon Graphic,  com pie I  three  win '.has. jus; completed a  monlhs' Lour of "i5,000 miles from  Coast to 1'oas.t in Canada fc.i-*(~*s s-oma  remarkable* fuels as to the amazingly*  rapid expansion and commercial  growih of ('-."uv.la duriiis the last  twelve mo-nils. This was Mr. Scheffij  fourth visit lo Caua*.":.., and he used a  motor so thai, ho was able to go right  into Uie heart of el'o country.  At (lie outset, of'the interview he re-  _ ferred io Ihe development of imiumor-  1 able small towns and villages, amoi.y  j,which   he   jr.staiu-is   Medicine   "flat.  ������������������., , , ,. .      - , .       , rSiucc. his vLsii. hist   vear,   Ihe   town  siurahlo  conditions,  vrs.iUnia  in  tlio , ���������bonst.-i oC haviD-*-  A bits of this and a taste of that, all day  Jong, dulls ths appetite and weakens tho  digestion.. ' '     '  Restore your stomach to healthy vigor  by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dynpepda Tablet  after each rriea!'���������andcutout theBD;ec;ng5,  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets-  are the beat friends, for sufferers  from  indigestion and dyspepsia.    ������0c. a Box  at   your   Druggist's.      Made   by   the  Two of a  Kind  A privalo in Uie regulars went lo'  (he colonel of hi*-, regiment an'd askeCl  for a two weeks" leave of 'absence.  The colonel was "a severe cliscipliiiai'-  ian, who did not believe in extending  too many .privileges to his men and  did not hesitate lo use r. subterfuge  in evading the granting of one.  ��������� Well, said i.he colonel, what do you  want a two weeks' furlough for'.'.---  Patrick answered: Jle woife is very  '���������ueer and tiie children are not well,  she would  for a few  assistance,  a few min-  Nalional   Drug   and  Canada, Limited.  Chemical   Co.   cf  !������  Straight Shot  Lawyer���������I '-\ardly think    thai:    you  ca*'. get a sepanition fro-i ,'our .wife  n.erely  '.ecauso  slio throws  flatirons  at the clog.  , Cllent-rXo!  Put then    1  she '"hrov.-s at the dog shr.  -. cry  hits  , time  mc.  Littlo Freddie had just made his  first acqw-intn.nco.wll.ri animal crackers. Aftor callng quite an assortment  of them FreUlle became very thought-  fiil.  ,   What makes you so pensive, dear?  asked liis mother.  Oh, I w:.s thinking what a circus  wafl going on in3lde of inc.*.  Yes, nald tho retired insurance  agent, 1 once got a man to take out  a $50,000 life policy only the flay before he was killed, and it look a lot  of coaxing to do it,  C'osli! thar. was rough on the corn-  puny. 1 expb.'you wished your persuasive powers had not been so successful!  Well, hard I..'. Ymi see, I married  ���������tho widow.  and.   if  ye  didn't  moind  loike  (o  have   mo1 home  weeks to give her a bit or  The colonel eyed him for  utes and said:  ��������� Patrick, I might grant your request,  but'L got a letter from your wii'o this  morning saying she didn't want yon  home; that you were a iuiisance'"when-  ever you went there. She hopes 1  won't let you have any r..orc l'ur-  Joughs,..^. __    "  ��������� ���������-That' sel(le"3"-"it!    Gi   -suppose    Oi  can't'get the furlough, 'then? said Pat*.  ��������� No, I'm afraid -not, Patrick.  Colonel, can I say some-thin' to yez?  CeT-TaTiiTy.TPafrick"; what fs itT  You won't get mad, colonel, if Oi  say it?  Certainly no't. Patrick. What is H?  , Oi want to say thero arc two splendid liars in this room. Oi was never  married in me Jolfo.  formation of sugar, which is then fcr  mcnted to produce alcohol. Sover;.!  plants-have been erected (o -roduce  alcohol from wood in this manner and  "���������hough thoro are some difllc-ulties  still to be overcome, the ultimate success of iho process on a commercial  fchIo is -.-.���������*-:ured.  Sawdust has been successfully mati-  i*rael.nrod into briquettes for fuel for  a  eonsiderab!',* time in  Europe by a  very Sim pin process, Tho shavings , i3r-(|si,  and "-.'iwdiisi. are first stcain-  driert, (he water conlaincil in tlie  wood being thus evaporated aud the,  resin almost liquified. The sawdust  i:, then compressed under heat into  briquets of tlie.desired size, ilie contained resin acting as-a-binder. A  firm in Vancouver is 0:1 gagec1 in a  similar line of manufacture, *.'..o sawdust, being compressed ,inlo a cylindrical tube, where it is cut into short  lengths by n revolvu-g knife, emerging' iu the i'o.'m of small round briquet,. These, briquets are clean io  handle, easy 10 kin'cllc. and leave  very little ash.    ,  In England sugar'is mai'Uf *.cturc. .  on a commercial scale by treating  sawdust in closed ietoiis with weak  sulphuruous acid under high r.ross'urc.  lu Austin. Texas, also a plant is being 'built lo manufacture Stock food  from sawdust by a somewhat similar  process. The tar. pitch and- turpentine are' removed from the sawduti,  leaving only sugar and fibre lo which  is added -10 per cent of cottonseed  meal. The mixture is -.-Id i\.r fatten-'  ing cattle. ���������        ' .  ' Two and one-half parts of clean'  sawdust 'mixed" with two parts sand  and one part cement make a warm-,  long-wearing and ������ sound-proof floor,  on which carpets can be tacke*.". with  less injury than to a board floor, and  which has. the advantage ever a cement, floor in being more elastic.  These qualities should win an extensive use for-this form of flooring,  which has the additional "advantage  that it can be stained to armonize  wit'.*,  interior .finishings  by ,the addi-  ;:ilt one of the larg-  \ost flour mills in Canada,.from which  . if supplies enormous quantities of  flour, (0 China and -.Japan.'the sacks  being marked in Chiiioso and .Japanese  {characters. Mcdieiup'lJat, he say;*, is  j but .lypieu! or'(lie ciiy" that makes it-  j self through an niiorpriaing local gov-  j eminent. l  He- regret led to" notice (hat a majority of new lactones were��������� of'Anier-  i ican origin, awl ihou^ht":t time'that  maiuU'i.i-tarers located i'i "vled-  | icino.lfat, "Mro������o Jaw, Winni;:*.-,*g. Ed-  j montcin, Lolhbridge, Rogina, and other  1 cities in "Manitoba, .Alberta, and' 'oas-,  1 kalchewui*. He also quotes tub ve-  j markablc expansion of "Melville, Sask-  ! atchewan, which seven years ago did'  I not e.\isl..*aiid wJiic'.r today lias a line  j modern school. ' *1:L~'  j ,   Mr. Sciieff is cuthusiaslk*. about Ihe  jgo'od work being carried ou by a Ih'jmc  I Iteiinipn Association, which has dealt  1 out loans with-liberality and has not  1 lost a single    penny,      Ilo    reverted  i once  more  (0   the opportunities  that,  are being lost, by P,riti:,h manufacturers as lie found    that   lJriiish    goods  were-far more iJopular"ihore.   'There  won} openings,  he said, -for manufacturers of boots, llou., drugs, clothing.  J'u 1-11 j .'-ii i'o, and cai'di;:.?.  rifle ; i&:,.  ;high POWERJ}::  Solid Breiech Kammerless-Safe  '\^\ * i*V      ' * '    -v  ��������� ������������������'���������.���������-.('  *aa  \  ^'���������liiilii'l:!  CPOHTSMEN  O all over Caiiadu l-.avc m  been iiuick to rccoj;ni/.e tho    '    .  tlioroughbrcc! iiv the new Rem-  ington-UlMC high-power atide action  repeating rifle.     . '   V^  Just ilie rieht.v.-eiglu r.iiil balance foV-.tlje     H".^  woods.   'Ihe action is completely* protected       >;  by the Romington-UiVlC solid breech construction  ��������� the protruding hanr.ii'cr eliminated,     -  \Ve will be nlaci lo send yon a booklet c.*KplAinio-;  cimply wliy these '(*,jt*UM arc o. vilnl ii-iipoiinhco.' *,  - to ymi in your c'.ioic-j of n-.iann-     ��������� '*. ' .'"  Iteininiiton Ar.-.ii-lJp.'ion IVlctalUc Cartridge Co  I  J  '*d  Windcor,. Ontario - - S  FREE  Daily Market Letter and Siunpl^- Grain Basra.  Send ua your namo and address and wo will  put you on our mallinR- list���������It'a free.   Let ua  keep you posted on'marltot prices for grain.   .  Personal Attention given to eelllntj and grading of all  cars. ��������� Our Car Tracing and Claim Departments, work., In our  clients' Interests. Wo have every facility for prompt service and  wa get best results for.shlpper3, -.������������������.-.-.  Send to-day-for a supply of samplo bags and deal with'a  firm whose buslncsa has been built -up by satisfied customers.  j:..'.-**C      &i  ' .    p. J  MERCHANTS  GRAIN EXCHANGE     -     WINNIPEG,  Paid-up Capital, $150,000 ,  Reforences,    any    Bank    or  CommcrctaJ Agency.  MAN.  ESEMgrcegEgs  ,Quite Untisual  A c-ommissio:i iu lunacy had cal'u-.'  a'woman before th<-m.as a v. itiiesi. .  And' now, r-aid ihe conihiission's  counsel to her, what is your ground  for claiming ihat t'.'e ae-jimed (is in?,  sand?,'  'J'he woman gulped, 'wiped her eyes  and answered: Woll.' gentlemen, ho j  took me to the*theatre twice in  one ' eek. . Each time wo went in a  taxicab; we had su;"~tr oi-c.'-. lime after the performance, and each lime he  l"*ug-ht me chocolates and (lowers. lie  didn'1: go out to see a.man between the  acts cither.   . .--.'.  But, madam, said a commissioner,  surely these actions-do not prove'in-  saiiHy'on the accused's part.  But.you forgot, sir, said    Ihe   lady,  SHIP  YOUR   GRAIN   TO  PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain  Coirunlselon  Merchants  Make Hills l/idlng road: Port Arthur or Fort William.  Co., Wlnnipot'. . ���������'  Liber.il Advances Prompt Returns  Winnipeg,' Manitoba  Noilly i'oter "Jansen *-  ��������� Best Grnds-i  binds   ,.i.f.  "ilany children die from iho assaults  of worms, and the first care of mothers should bo io ;ieo that their infants are free "from these pests. A  vermifuge that can be depended on  is Miller's "Worm Powders. Thoy  will not only expel worms from tho  system, hut act as a health-giving  medicine and a remedy for many of  the ailments that besot- infants,' enfeebling them and endangering, their  lives.  Fanner's Wife.-���������Now, then, you just  clear out. Whon I gave yon a splendid pair of boots 11 month ago, you promised me you wouldn't trouble mo  again.  Persis'te-.it Peter���������Neither would L  mum, only tiio* boots 'avo wcrn out, bo  1 thought I'd ask you if you'd in Ind  havln' 'em soled ond 'oeled for mc?  Glbbfi -- Wonder why TtlehHfih  when In"! put,*- up a\ a hotel always  I'lkef* a slntjle room.  Dlbbs���������ins doctor told lilm he mu*:t  avoid sullen.  always  hen on  "\!,'.bcl---I wonder why they  have a rooster and never a  church liiiji'iih-h'.'  ,Tii.'k~-I ("���������������������������cpeot    K,   1s    becauso    it  would be dIHhMih t<- collect Uie OKfia.  H  Here's a clisnce  for yon to buy  your range from  the factory ond  save 30/o���������to  buy, it on easy  terms nnd to get,  the very inn go  you would choose, even .if you  hid to pay the retail price.  Our free book Ehowi you  extclly win! llie lings i������ like, H <le-  icribiM eticln point dc-iily, nml tv*-*  8u������ri\ivleo our rnneo lo hn Juit  nt "--iprenentfld.  You rnialil ������i well s>ve tlm retail  . r,     M���������:| ,1. ���������.,���������,  Now, Tommy, sitlcl Mrs. Bull, l wan'*,  you to be good whl.e 1 am out.  .' will ho good for n nickel, replied  tommy.  Tommy, ������������������.he* s;\kl, 1 want you 1o re-  member that you cannot bo a sou of  mine, unlc*-*- yuii aro good i'or nothing,  lion of color to the mixture whilo in  a���������semi>liquid ginrn ' ������������������  j_  The sawdust   of cer  wood is used in  tic:, by manuf  for packing, i'or meat curing, for making safety explosives and composition  novelties,, and for fibre and pulp manufacture. Patent cleaning powders  for use on carpets and rugs consist,  principally of sawdust, lighily moistened by some cheap mineral oil.  with a sad'srui!e--you for  jtcciiagtl is'iny husband.  ���������Tt that the  Gave the Heir. Away  was,  so he  gave  forth at  the  son  He Found Out  The littlo agricultural village was  billed with 'Lecture on Keats.' for  over a fortnight, The evening arrived at length, bringing the Joeturer  ready lo dlscoiirKo on tho poot,  Thn iulvi'i'tl������e(l chairman, Uiirnn 111  nt tho lit si. nuimeut, win replaced by  a local furnicr. TIiIh worthy Introduced the Iw.'tun,')', and tcrniliiatoti hiu  remarks hy Haying;  And now, my frit nils, wn shall noon  know whnt. I peraonnlly have often  wondered���������what niv  Ke.its'.'  He  seaside boarding-house, the only  of tho mayor of an inland oity, and he  v.-jiK simply rolling.in money.  But, alas! the mayor's son"fell from  tho high pillar of fame on which Ills  c\vn glib tongue had placed him. .It  was thus wise:"  Ono morning, whilst lho boarders  wero at breakfast, tho servant brought  In tho letters, nud hy mistake, handed  a postcard to a gentleman of a similar,  name to Unit of (lie worthy-mayor's  son.  Tho gentleman read 'Ihe poslcai'd  with a surprised look'on his face, anrl  then, glancing at the address, lie  handed it across the table.  Tin vory .sorry, he said; hiu I think  Ibis Is meant for you.  Tho heir of unbounded wealth glanced nt ihe postcard, blushed vividly,  and left the table hurriedly. Ten iniit-  nted later ho had taken his departure,  Tbo postcard bore the following  words:  Como back at once; lho other Janitor Is ill.  '���������ttn  considerable qnantJ-j M in aid's Liniment for sale every .vhere  clures fcr mua*. polish,-j  , ���������  A Cleveland, lawyor tells how, during a trial, one of the jurors suddenly  rose from his seat and fled from the  court-room." ILo v-as, however, ar-*  rested..in his flight, before ho had left  (he building, and brought back.  ., I should like to know what ��������� you  mean hy- such an action as this, demanded t.he judge, in a lenient lone,  however, as ho knew the m'a:i, a it elderly flcrman, to be a simple, straight'  forward person.  1 Veil, your liouor, I vill explain, said  tho juror. Van Mr. .Tones finished  mlf"lila talking my mind was clear all  through, but von Mr. Smith begins h's  talking I becomes all confused agai.i  alrraUy, and I says to himself, I better  leave at vonce, und stay away until  he is done, because your honor, to tell  ihe troth, j didn't like der vay dot*  at'i'4uniont was going.  .Stands for COMFORT  SPEtb,   S'E R V.'l c"k  As in 1S-10, the Cunard I.ine'is today tlie pioneer. In everything appertain-'  lr.S to service and comfort of ocean travellers.    Tlio new palatial twin-screw *  steamships "Amlania"  and  "Alaunla"  are'equipped Willi all the  latest   improvements, for the enjoyment and safety of passengers.   In addition'they,  have large bilge keels which ensure stent steadiness in rough weather.    * ^.'  .. MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS.  Lounge, Gymnasium. Drawing-room.    Smoking-room,"-' Open    and    Covered  Promenades, Spacious Staterooms. Orchestra.  Early application for, reservations shoulcl be made for' the Christinas ���������  sailing Dec. 9th, S.S. "Alaunia" (one class cabin (II) and third class -'only)'  Portland to Liverpool.  1m.ii- particulars of sailings and services from Montreal. Portland. Iloston  - aml_N_e\y.JVor!v._agply lo Local -Agents, or ���������        ������������������������������������'���������   ���������" ���������  THE   CUNAFfD   ST"EAMSHlP'"CO.,J"CTD7r3W~  "Main   Street, "Winnipeg.  FARMERS  Can always make sure of .cietUnc] the highest prices for  BARLEY'and FLAX, by shlpplno their car lot's to FORT  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold 011 commission  by *  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS*   AGENT-2  -    ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN    EXCHANGE,   WII-A'IPEG  WHEAT, - OATS,  WILLIAM     AND-.  madam,  ���������������������������he    won't  Dominion  Range    i  ��������� Poliilied      If^-f  ��������� unbre������k������bl������  B'Joonan'i  "kHjcutingi���������  ^B ^ beautifully  ^jWiuclceiy  Zmh   %(^  M'lleilile*  ^9^  Ci., limiltd, Oibiwi, ^  P:������j������l i-sad DosV.  Kn������w the Sex  lJotilur--Youi*    (l,'iiit',hler  iii'i'dri   re.Ht --ahsohito   res'  ��������� Patient's  MoUim'���������lliit  HkWmi   to  me,   tUiulor,  Poet or --Yi'.i rntitit. u|ipoal to hoi* in  tin Jut erect of In.'.' coniiiltii'lon madam.  Darnacleu on Ships  An electrlc |)rin'c:*.!i for ]tt-i*|ilii-r tho  hulls of ships froi! from luiruaclori lias  linen lnvi'ii'i'd. ItoatM Jllti'd wllh Ihe  aiiiiiiratu*-, It Is clulnieil, will never hn  'i;uit].t:r*<il lu k|h-c������1 lij liiirnucUv, and  tlm Ht'ii of iho fillip'-' hull wlll bo Ioiir-  cr,  Vln. Inventor of n new feeding ho't-  llo fur Infant.- tu nt on* tlm folluivlng  iimoiiK IiIh ilircciiomi for uhIiir.  WIimi iho Jmhy Ih iIoiio rirlnltin/t li  luuiit he uti.si'i'i'Wcd und laid hi n cool  juiiri. iiinicr uu- ii,Miiiiiii H iiiw iiun;.  llm',-; not thrlvo-ui l'ronh mlllc It I'houlil  he bfilkd.  A PHI That Is Prized.���������There have  been many pills pel upon the marlc-  ct and pressed upon public attention,  but none has endured so long or met  -with so much favor as Puvmoleo'n  Vegolublo Pills. Widespread, use of  them luiH attested thoir great value,  and they noort no further advertiac-  ment than this,, l-laviug flrinly ess-  lablishod IhcmBelvos in public ostcom  Ihoy now ranlc without; a peer in the  lis* of si fin da. rd VoKolnblo prepant-  tlona.  Like .i Slot Can Meter  Toniniy���������'VVhiil la n relnlner, pa?  A retajiii'!', my nun 1.*-   lho   nionoy  ptt>)ilr pii,.  ti������ ������.) S.*.'.,yi.;*.i Lcforu v.\';  can do any wnrl:.'  Oh, I -,���������.'���������. .'t'.; ;!''" lli^-irt plot r-ns-  iiit'Lerii, Tlm people have lo pay their  uuiri' y tipfuru thoy Ret nny uaa.  //. t    U. 070  All the Oawe to Him  Stiaiui"!* -Ilnllo, tii'-.'fri*,  Ani:-.t   sir, m> iiiimn In' Hi-own!  .i'.i.n.^t-i-   Tli.i'.'*     ������'.l     llnott  color Witi'l'  I'm  Had Changed That  I Juivi) never told you, lie said lo  her ony cvcnlnK, that Iouk before I  biiw you fate had din-aed me to you.  Indeed, who roHpondort, so Rtnceroly  Ihnl hlr. lifarl bear, I'nRter uud her face  lilunhcd at lho oiimpllmput.  Yn.-i, and lr. camo about In a remarkable way. ,1'u.st for fun ono day I  i.'Oiis'uli.o<l nn aHtrolofvei', and bIio told  nio thnt. I would nover puivi for nny  woman until r hud mot 0110 who wnn  I'.on only a schoolgirl���������-u bountiful,  i-olileu-halrod creiiturf, with wonderful  brown oyc-t. I Ititiifltcd at lho pi*n-  jihccy, but Ihe wortln camo trtio, for I  never enred i'or any womnn until I  .~aw you,  Then lio tdoppr-d, fjnbiirraHstfrl. and  pnlpltiitlmv.'tlilnl'.im; kIio would fall lu  his amy,!.  Are you Hiiro your nmrolni'lciil friend  upolte of a  ���������"���������'lUlei.-lmli'-.-rt BclioolBlfl?  ������������������llO   llHlv'Oll.  Kow could I over fargot'! lio re-  Hponded. ��������� N  Y01 couldn't pui-uHily, lilm nspllort;  niilv when I 'mi 11 Kelinobrli'l t wnf.n't  '{ohlon-linlrotl.  Ami 1 Clou a in-a*... ������*.i^ui u< cii>< d (..i  j'.ill oil lilm a.i he stasfjoreil away.  A \uiiiik  baclcrH to  Irlriliman was  ncUllilini'liU';  .   ll.���������!..������   ll,,.  11  11.1,  ;''*!it by lili-  clty to box  too  bear your  aurveyi'd  He won KOttlni; tho worst of It, ns  hiu friend:* -win rcAltt-nd,  I'omo, brace uji, Jim, oautloiK-d ono  of IiIh frlendK. Stop nior.*: of IiIh  liluwrf.  Htop thlni! the iiiifortiinnl������> .Tun ox-  olaliiieil. I'o yo i-(,o any av thlm -?���������������(-  tin' by me'.'  Too Rnpl i  l:m't lt linen* th" movies nr>\ rr  show us aii." ������'f ilioi-i' OM.-al Anv-iv  ���������"nii rin'ohitlinisf  Not a bit. Ar : lnaUer of fnd t'uey  havi.' *r vvrlt-i.lv] : -film niauliiiu- 'y(';,  t'.uu -"Jiii r" "i������M-# ,-i'i fail ��������� ��������� thf t-.-ro'ti  tlO.IK.  Juct on One Leg  It wns the usiiul custom at Snuwced  l^irm for Mi's. Cities to wind up all lho  clocks each Saturday ovenlng. But  one Hnturdny Mrs. flilon was on iho  Hlcl\ Hat--nc.it.hinR mure sieiio'is flian a  rtllfilitly sprained n'.ikle-���������and, phs  found U Impot-fiHde for her In movo  about tbo house. So Gllon was bidden  lo nmlertiiko the performance oMicr  duliefl.  Now, Giles wa;. si.art and ful, Tho  1-itehon mantel biie-U' waa hlftb. In  order vhereforo to roach tlin clock  which atoort upon it, CIIIch wnr. forced  lo raiuieUlon thn hoi'vIcck of a chair.  I.aborotisly hr- mounted It, whllo  Mi-h. Gllcii wiitcht'd tho nuinoouvro iu  fear and trombllni*.  .Ti-hii, John. idi.������ ci'led, do bo careful  That (shah', you know,   In   none-  mroiiK.   I'm wire U won't  welKht,  {.JIIoh ttirnod vomul   iind  IiIh npoitao calmly,  Av, ny, my dnar, ho Kaiil, It's (|tiIto  all I'lfi'ht; I'm only HtnniliiU"* f>������ ono  I fit.  '  fj . 'l1,''. ,"i.'v if"'. Jiift I'tnod *mn n  ���������**:,.n{-:',i'beer. - *.���������" "  " flhfl���������And ilid you Btiimi ,'ntiu   unc  l)A(l]C?  Ho���������No, of course not. A It'iio Brit-  ���������fah Bolillcr never rr-tvents!  t      1 it -.���������       I Ii'i.      ,,n1l.      In  J.il.'l IO     t-J-y      - "  Hour. ,L   ,  Miimmn--Tlmfn   etvange,   It   lutti  boon In tho icebox nil jnornlnp.  LIUlo I.ola--l-orliapn tho milkman  mado a mltitalco and Gavo IiIb cow  plcklca for breakfast.  Try Murine Eye Remedy  If you Jiavo Ited, Wen):, Water/ Eyes  or Granulated1 Uyollda. Doesn't Smart  ���������"-Sootlies Kyo rata. Dnif'r-isi* Sill  Murlna.Uyo Uomedy, Liquid, 2.1."., SOc.  "Mtirinft Kyc Salve In Ar.eptic Tuber*,  2ac,  SOc.    Kye lli-oks  Fn?*.** ������.y Mall.  I    An r*r������ T.inl������ ���������������������������������������* '���������'' *" 'v������������ ������>���������������' M**dl Cm*  (llurln* Zf* Kem*il7 Co.. Chlcag*  -    JMALLPOX GERM  German Savant Claims to Have Found  Disease Cause  Tho germ of smallpox, a protozoan  so infinitesimal that it has passed  through the miiu-tos-v. filters and escaped tho trained' giizo of mlcroscopists  for decade*-, has been discovered by  Dy. Will tor Vornet, ufai'C physician at  tho Kaiser Welholm Academy.'  "Hr. Fornet. claims not oiuy to.have  discovered iho gi'i-m, but to be ablo to  prnpaKiile it. Tills moans that it w'.ll  henceforth not be neccHi-mry lo'inoculate a calf or cow with smnllpox viriiH  In iii-dor to secure lymph for vaccination, and com-equontly thar 11 pure mil-  lure cun bo secured. Tlie"lymph won  by present methods coiUalnn numer-  ou������ Inicterlu which mufit lie exterminated bi-roi-ij it can bo ufi^ti for vacclmi-  tioti. What further Dr. l-'criiot'H dla-  covorv mny mean cannot yot be told,  but It. iipcim tlie way for experiments  along hitherto unknown lines lu tho  trout ment, of nmtillpos.  Apart from tl.o possibility that Ur.  Kornet'H discovery may re.Milt in new  mothodH of trc.-ilii.t'.'' Bmallpox, it la lui-  portniu in that it. will mako possible  tho propiiration of 11 puro vaeclnc* vlr-  uh which may h'SHim the 111 n-sullii.  BonutlmoB fullowliif vaccination, audi  (Iiiih deprive the Gonna 11 iiiitl-vnoolmi.l  UonirtlP, wIioho number Is already cou-1  fddernbli- and Hto.ul'ily liiero'iHin*-*. of  mueli ammunition.   'I'he German law,  i'p-|iili'C"H the vaccliiiilloii of till clillili'on  in fli*Ht year and iiRiiin in Hie twelfth,  nml ly vm'.v rlKoroimly enforced.  Minard's Lliilmer*' Cures Dai.druff.  Ideal ��������� Silver  Crenni la n scientific - propnr.11 Inn  Fpeolnlly ndiiptcd  , for .'Clonnlnir nil  kinds of SirA'K]{  & GOLD    PLAT*''.  MiRitOKS,     ci;t  GLASS, or WINDOWS. It Is n  purely . .vpRotnbli?  compound nnd  docs not ecmtnln  nny Injurious buI).  fitnr.fos, Any nrt-'  tcln polished with  IDRAI, wlll nc-  qulro* a' bcnutirul  bistro thnt wlll not  inrulfih.  For   sale   by   mi  l)cnl-sr3,  :.'JU  MWM- COPYBIGHTS &JTFjjfjHS  ^ATliW1*^  STANLEY LIOHTFOOt  ,; ' l-ATBNT SOUICITOn ANO ATTORNEV  LUM8DEN  ^^tDO,(teS���������Y���������^,l(}i,') TonONTO.  Domesticated  medlcn,) atudent a������kpd a fiunoiiB  you   operate   on  curscon: What did  that, iiiuii for?  ,T\vo  huiulred  dollti'rs,  replied  llm  mirRpon.  Vi'B, I know thnt. Hnld the ntudent.  I mean whnt did tho man hnvo','  Two huiulred dolIu.ru, replied  tli-v  uiirKfion.  T-imilno Materials In United Stateo  Thn llKuroH of tho United Rttitr-a for-  pi-try florvlco aliosv that titoro arc  poino 22,000,000 worth of vejjotablo  tannins material utied ovory your In  tho "Jiiitod IUtit.es. Tho chief Hource  of launltiB la hemlock bark, but tlm  quantity ubciI Is Htcnrtlly decronnlnE,  owliiu to thu dcplotlnjj of tbo foi-entti.  Tho amount ol bark   utilized   In   tho  uiiiiuii H1.1U0H in  1000  wan  ono.ooo  loiiH, in 11)07. 810.000 tons: in IHO81  "jlO.OC.3 y-'-\ and In 1���������" ���������"*""> ">"���������'  Thevr. nro In nil, nix flourcoB of ton-{  ���������nlnK: gall nutH, VrultH of curiam iiiiUnLrt  nnd lcnvoa of hoiiio troon .tiid ^hrubfi,  woort of Biich trees nn chfslnut and  (iiicbroclin, baric of mnny Troon nnd  Hhvulv.*, vnrjtB ot ocvtnlti pliintB. - Tho  *.'i<..���������.' !'* !'���������'" ."���������v**i,'in*f ilevlvr-d from  tVicno' Mftiiiii Kourccs of vo-rotable twn-  nliiB In bol������fi' met by Introducinu now  matorluls ami   o.liomlcnl   Buhstltutea.  Thoro i\ppofl,'n t0 l),: a '���������������������������������������������*' ',OW0VCl'"  to which BiibBlltutot- oa*.i bo nuc-ot-s-  fully carried, and tho qui'atlon of a fu-  turo supply of vcROtablo tanning it  becomluK a inuttor for soiIoub con./d-  eratlon,  Tho Toaclier of SlBfilnff���������Xoiv, Loja.i  Glvo us 'lAWo DrojiB of Water, and  put Bomo (tplrft In It- J  Tho Mantcr (wlilflp'-rr.isi���������f'tirwul,!  sir, rarefnl. Uomambor this In n]  tempornnce bpIiooI. Say - cr - pu:;  Biirii������" Kini4������'i- in It. It >"H u'ut.  Coin Demands Ends  Thn domand for Canndinn Rold coins  litis alnioiit re-ached tho vaiilBhlnu  point. Whon tho first Ibbuo wiib miulti  a coiiBlderublt quantity wiib plnced .11  circulation, It Kriulually fell off. how-  over, and at tlio present timo thero Ll  sourcoly any In circulation.  A Dry Joke  .TlniEon���������Oh, yen, I know Old Kimp-  Bon. Uo waa a Rood sort, lie did  c -.Try VItut ift'nn rtwen tor mo vi'Ii'mi  tho cioudH wero dark-nnd thrpntmitn-f  and the world looked bo black.  I'lniHon���������Wliat* did ho do?  JlntBon���������IU- Unt mo nn i-.-iihr(*ll.t  c  The Best Conectlv  and proventivo of tho numerous  aflmonta caused by defectlvu  or irre^ilaiv action of tho organs of dlgpstion���������ia found  in tho safe, speedy, certain  and timc-tcaicd home remedy  .NrtM ������������/.rr������-Ji'-������.   In Soy.-*, '.'.tl rrnti .-^���������irSrf-firir^a  ������immgs2!mgam:,mf������22m.-  fe.'i  -'��������� \,  r.'-'.v.  K;i  Rv  h������\*  I'  I>  TOTE-OT5WS. CtBfttTTCLAND. R V  0  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That's Why, You'ra Tired���������Out of  Sort*���������//am no Appetite.  CARTER'SJLITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a lew days,  They do  their duty,  Cure  ' Cotisli-  , pafioh,"  Biliousness, Indigestion, end Sick Headacht,  Small Pill,Small Dote, Small Prico.  Genuine must bear Signature  MAKING  MOTION  PICTURE  FILMS  SOLIiJ GOLD WATCH FREE.  Will  roii/i ,  CREAT OFFER BY A RESPONS1BLK FIRM.  IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY.  To any pciM.n who i-au supply ilie (one.*nia'.i.e^ofiluiet\vo  ���������ffrl'.fcncmn Ciniitlinii T0WII6, .in.l IV,!'"]!-" ciomli'ioi'-* l.clou-,  " ������:i������ our, $15 L-iiiys SOLID GOLD WATCH.  ' l"!i-;li-.l������ C*i.verntiie*it Ginnipcil, fully Jowellcil, as a FREE  GIFT.   (Silver Watuhnixre pmsei-.ieil to Grr.ts.)  Send your attempt on n sheet of paper,  toircllier with .stamped addressed cnvt-lopo  for reply to FELLOWS & CO.. 10, Growenor  I'uildinca; St'eellioiiae Lane, - Biriiiiiirclian),  --- En^lnnd. The winner is required to purchase  11 Chain from 11s to wear with watch, 'lho  name of thi< paper must be mentioned. Prize  v.imicrs of last competition were I  Mrs. A. Gay, Amherst, Nova-Scotia, Can.  Mrs.   A.      Fowlow,   Trinity   East,   Nfld.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Alss. Winsi.ow's Soothino Syrup liaa been  Used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for tlieir CHILDREN WII1LK  TEETHING,  with   I'ERl'ECT  SUCCESS.    It  jolutely harmless. Be sure-and ask for "Mrs.  Wmsloiv's Soolhinsj, Syrup,"'and take no otl'er  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.    11 11 .���������nn"  WATERPROOF-COLLARS AND  CUFFS  SonieUiine   LiiHter   llian   linen   nnd   no  laundry   bills-.-'-     Wash it  Willi  soap 'and  Water.     All-stores or direct, Stato stylo  ���������nd  size.      For  25c.   wa  wlll  mall  you.  ARLINGTON    CO..    OF   CANADA,  Frase i" .Avenue. T'oronio," Ontario  *; Limited ���������  THE  63  CANCER  .--���������-'   f  BooU Free.     A nuipl*  Homo'; treatment removed  ' lump from this lady's breait  Old-sores, ulcers' nnd  j-rowtlis cured.    Describe  ' **-aur (rouble; we will send book aii<i testimonials.  VH2 CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE, LlMiTgo  ,'10 CIlOflCHILl, Av������. TORONTO  W^NTED=at=once  ; Versona ���������' to work for us  in spare 11 tno at homo. JN'o experlenc*  .Mn!nLwlth'1������U1' NEW ART COLOR-  2l?t, P,?00,23-3 Bnsy and fascinating  woiK. Good pay. No canvasslnc. Writ*  'or Inotniotlo-nt   "free).  COMMERCIAL  ART  STUDIO*-  ��������� 13 Colleae Street.        ' Toronto. Canada.  When buying: your Piano insist on having* an  "OTTO   HIGEL'*  Piano Action  One Company Spends. $50,000 a1 Year  Just to Robe Its Various  Productions "    ,  Every frequenter of the motioM.picture theatres must hare been struck,  nt soma time'or'another,-by the lux-  unous'iess of the 3tage setting of most  of, the, society dramas-- t]ie"magulft-  cenco of'lhe decorations, the richness  of the furnishing, and'the costliness of  the dresses worn by the performers.. '���������  Few, however, have any* ,real conception of the. huge . cost of these  things, or appreciate the p-dns taken  by tho ,big film producing companies  to get the best of everything.  Take, for instance, the costume oC  tho principal actresses. The capital ot  Europe are ransacked for Uio latest  creations iu millinery and modes.  When, Miss "Miriam Nesbit and Hiss  Mary Fuller were last over here with  tho Edison Comprr.y, they paid a visit to Paris* for tlie purpose of purchasing a stock of such things foi future  Edison productions, and in two days'  shopping they spent moro Llian ?15,000.  Miss Lottie Briscoe, tho Lubln star  actress, recently played in. a film  which necessitated no fewer than fourteen changes of costume, each costing  on an average about ?7C, ' and she  needs when on tour, twenty trunks for  her wardrobe.  Hiss Gene (.Jauntier wears one*1 set  of furs in tho Kalem films-'that cost  $-1,000, and sho has other sets almost  equally as valuable. " "Miss Asta Neil-  son, is credited with being (lie most,  expensively dressed actress in the pictures. Frequently her costumes in  the society scenes in which she specializes will cost as much, as $500  apiece.  It might bo thought that .-is the actual dresses worn hy iho performers  are not seen by the public, but only  the'photographic representalioiis 'of  them, tliat common niatcrial or imitation stuff would do as well as tho real  articles.  But, as a matter of fact, this is far  from being the case. Indeed, the very  reverse holds good- To get a really  first-class photograph, first-class properties must be provided.  In the early days of the' picture  play business tiiic was not proper]v  realized, and a company thai, la id 914  55,000 on a collection"of properties, although expecting' thom to . last for  years, was considered 'extravagant.  Nowadays, on the other hairl jl  would be a very cheap affair th;-'*'  would start with less than $1 WOO'or  $20,000 worth; while one of the best  known of- tlie really big firm companies is.reported to spend as much as  550,000 every year in dressing���������or.\as  it is technically, termed, 'robiue*' Us  shows. *   - - ''    " "*  PRESIDING  SUSPEHDIi  '.'.ot a Fair Bargain  ' At. .the-annual fair ���������! a small town  in Russia a man observed a gipsy and  a Pole'haggling.-, over'.the, sale of a  horse. When the transaction was over  he. asked the gipsy.'how much-he-had  got for tho animal.*. Thc'ginsyi'op'enert  his hand and showed a (C'vrouble  nole���������worth $5-' r- ''  But isn't that very cheap"  No, said lho, gipsy.' The horse is  lame.    ''-..'  The'man Ihen soughi-out (he-"-Pole,  to whom he.said:. You,have.given ten  roubles Tor a lame horse.  The Pole smiled knowingly, and remarked: Ilo is as sound as you or Li  I saw he was badly shod, and that was  all.  ��������� The enquirer returned tii (he. gipsy  and reported what the Pole had said.  Then, with a ������������������iguiflc.-.ut wink, the gipsy whispered:  He's as lame as a two-legged stool!  [ had him br.dly shod on purpose to  make people believe Ihnl thai was the  cause of liis limp.  When the Pole was told this he  seemed for a moment taken back and  hung his-head; then he heaved a sigh  and shrugged liis shoulder.6.  Ah, well, ho said, it's all right; it  was a bad ten-rouble note.  A Different Gift"  An artist, relates that a betrothed lover (.���������oiiiiiits*3ioi*ed him to pain:  a certain secluded iv, "h-in Ihe rocks  on the shore, because there he had  declared his passion.  . Tho picture, -.vas painted, but before  ���������"��������� was done the lover said to'.tho art-  isl-' . ��������� , *       .-  ,  OT course, t will hce you through.on  that picture, but my engagement is off  and naturally it would "be painfully  suggest ice to me.' If voir can sell it  to somebody else ( will take another  picture and bc extreme!v obliged besides.  The painter assented to the arrangement, hi.; within a week his'patron presented himself.  It's all right, lie  take that picture.*  An*. I to congratulate you on the  'renewal of your engagement'.' the artist asked. -  The other s.-cmed a little confused,  but quickly recovered his self-possession, and laughed as he said:  Well, nol. exactly; it was the same  place, but the girl wns different.  announced.     I will  BACK WAS LAME  FOR TWO YEARS  Weakness  of  Chase's Kid-  Ilonry James, the American novelist, lives at, Rye, ono of the Cinque  Ports, but recently' ho left Rye and  took a house in the country near the  estate of a millionaire jam -manufacturer, retired. This man, having  married an earl's daughter, was  ashamed of the trade whereby, he had  piled up his fortune.  - The jam manufacturer' one day  wrote Mr. James an impudent letter  vowing that it was- outrageous, the  way the 'JurneV servants were, trespassing on his grounds. Mr. .'lames  wrote back:  Dear Sir:���������I am very sorry (p hear  that my servants have bee;', poaching  on, your preserves.  P.S.���������You'll excuse my mentioning  your preserves, won't you?  The Desire to Disagree  , THE   EXCELSIOR   LIFE  Insurance     lncorpenitd 1889       Conipa* y  .The new [-'icn'ilor polity eonturti nothr jifit far pro'.cclloi.  hvctmeit, lo trorid*) fundi lor liquidaling moilBsnei, et&  Montr to. Lot*  Wancifl- for kgenli aivli-tgrilh-iAntire 01 ipuretint  Affl? t������ Prorlncitl Olficu. Winnipej. Kdmoilon, Sulmtinii  -"'locoa-vcr tr It V.ni Oilier. Torul*  I ADU33 WANTED ��������� DO ARTIS'nC.  /-������ coiwonlal nondloworlc at home; mnUo  from threo to-* llvo cIoIIiu-h por dny decor-  ���������ltlnfl- piiahlou' topn, Armour Art Co..  Kept, It.. Prodnlbnno Ulou!:, Wlrmliios.  TlTFre, aro "those who seem to be  born with the instinct to disagree..; I  have tn mind at this moment one" such-  person. .'- have heard him _ express  emphatically ���������. certain opinion and  then, perhaps . day or two. later, I  have heard him denounce the same  opinion expressed in'"his.presence by,  someone else.  Sometimes, o������f course, this kind of  thing is done by thoso who love argument for the sake of the intellectual  exorciso - But in this Instance it was  due simply and ��������� olely to the love of  disagreeing.  If we did not spend so much time  in trying td disagree, if we old not  torment ourselves with tl.o ill feeling  that accompanies the will lo disagree,  wo should be surprised nt tho strange  Improvement in iho peoplo and in the  world aboiit,us.  ��������� Wo should' And that, through persistent celf assertion, * instead of gaining  wo lost.  "Wo should also discover ihat  through rosls'tinj the desiro to disagree, through giving people as good a  chance to express themselves as wc  long 10 givo ourselves, wo should exert a far greater influonco than we Co  now, and wo should ho heard oftencr  and with more profit.���������From 'Intiina-  tioiiD,' by John D. Barry, Paul Elder &  Company, Publishers.  Tlie Rev   Dr. John Wesley Hill, of j  New   Vork, told  the  following story!  the other lyght  in  illustration  of a  point bo wished.to make:  I am remindci", he said, of the  Irishman^ whpse, alarm: clock- stopped  running. lie shook it, "but'it-would  not run.' He waited but it- did not  improve, and. then one .day-lie took-  tlie back,out of it, looked in, and saw  a~de'a(i���������eocln'oa"chriS~SiniTC "feiTo'tiglC  said lie*. I've diskivored the difficulty.'   T,heveng.ineer i:' dead! .  ���������To the long list of 'less' Luings, .s  the seedless orange, the tireless cooker  and the trackless-trolley, a*.. Ohio horticulturist, claims, to have added the  odorless "onion.-It may be so. It may  look like- an onion and taste like an  onion, but* can it be an onion still  without its odor?  Stomach   Troubles   and  .Kidneys Cured by Dr  .    ney-Liver  Pills.  .There is an "enormous amount of  suffering from liver and kidney derangements and stomach troubles  that could easily, bc avoided by using  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills'. If  you 'could only realize the scores of  everyday ills that arise, from a sluggish condition of tho kidneys, liver  aud bowels you would not bo long  in giving this medicino a trial.  * Mrs. Kdvard Stewart,- New Richmond West, Que., writes:., "I want to  tell yon how thankful I am for using  your Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  for stomach troubles and backache  caused by weak kidneys. I was unable to wash any clothes for over two  years on account of my back being  lame. . I read the Almanac and be:  gan using these pills. ��������� Two boxes  made a complete cure. ���������I can do ray  own washing and any oilier work now  nnd .want to say to lady friends that  they" do not know how much I appreciate Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver "Pills."  25- cents a box.' all dealers/ or Ed-  nianson, Bates & Co.. Ltd., Toronto."  Love of Canada1" ���������**  Thero was the smell ol rain and  of quickening earth In the', air, and;'a  few duck flew over, making 110 sound.  Tempest stood still to watch them  go. Then he looked out -,'across the  land which was so dear td> him with  tho old light shining in liis! eyes.  ���������-Pr-esentiy-he-spoke-Tvit-h-fj,kliaIf"Iaug-ir  and a half break of love in.the words":  . To love you isn't enough, he said,  Cod'grant we're ready to';suffer and  work for you���������Canada. -  , No Wonder She Blushed  That's a nice-looking follow who's  Just como in, said tho young man  who was dining with liis best girl. Is  he a- f rl end of yours?  Yes. Indeed.    I know   lilm    well,}  lam-'.'li'od Ihe maiden.  Khali I nsk lilm to Join its?  Oh, Oeorgo! said tho girl, hlUKhliig;  ihln fti so sudden.  Sudden? Whnt do you mean? ho  asked In bui'PI'Iho.  Why���������why, thal'ii our young mln*  1 tiler.  I'Vrmor���������Did you soo'any'crows on  thai Held of corn?  Now lioy--Voh, alp, T counted fifty-  four.  Fanner -Dlil you drlvo tliein awny?  Hoy���������No, Blr, I thought thoy were  nil yours!  a Lo* :or ilx boxes for $2.00,  ' J���������   *        The O.  Irr.lted,    Toronto,  : Or ilx  a; all dealer*, or The Dodds Medl  **y, V ���������   -   -  cine Comp  Cinarfa      '  Shortly after a new administration'  took 3.old of a wollknown southern  railroad, a groat nuniboi- of claims  wero preferred against Uio company  on account of horses nnd cuttlo being  killed along tlio line in Kentucky, To  mako'mnttero worse it appeared that  every animal killed, however worthless It may havo been before the accident Invariably figured ln tho claims  subsequently presented as being of  thn best blood ln Kentucky.  Ono dny in conversation with one  of the road's attorneys, tho president  bocanio very much oxcltod In referring  to tho situation, Do you know, lio  oxclalmod, bringing down his fist oil  tho desk hy waj of emphasis, 1 liavo  reached tho conclusion that nothing  In Kentucky bo improves' llvo stock as  croHiiIng It with a locomotive,  ��������� *> ������������������  Amusing tho Editor  A vJllngj cricket match waa In the  cotirso of progroBB. * Tlio floldln'g sido  wero for a timo ti nmu short, and a  farm-laborer wob pressed Into service. A ball wan hit In tho substitute's diroclion, and to tho eurprluo  of tho spectators In general, and of  UlmBolf In particular, ho mado tho  catoh. Tho following Saturday hoi  anxiously neannod tho local papers'  Long Standing Asthma. ��������� Many  havo suffered so long from asthma  and have tried so many so-called remedies they think that there is. no  real help for them. They 'should  rend lho letters received by the manufacturers of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Hemedy from thousands of cases  once as desperate as their own. lOven  in long-neglected cases this famous  preparation brings prompt help,  tinwiinnH ��������� hi��������� ���������-np-ni���������i������ ^m  Eyeglasses and Royalty  According to an American-paper, tho  King of Sweden Is probably tho only  monarch over known to wear eyeglasses and spectacles on Slate occasions. In point of fact, both eyeglasses and spectacles nro very rare  among Royalties of today. This certainly is true of our own .Ttoyal family, no member of which (unless wo  Include tho i.resont Duke of Cumberland) has over omployod any aid to  vision.  Tlie telephone bell rang in the' consulting room of a doctor who was an  enthusiastic motorist. . In-his absence  tho assistant* answered it, and said  tlie doctor was out."  Will you tell him, the voice asked,  that Mr. Thompson lias a gymkhana  coming on, and wants lo know if he  can do anything for it?    '  I will tell him the moment he comes  in, the assistant answered; meanwhile  put a bread poultice on it, and renew  Jl every two hours.  PILLAR OF FIRE GC.0.FEET. HIGH    '  Moses' and A.-.ron's Nightly Guide Post j  to be Imitated at Tulsa D-y-Fnrm-  ing    Congress  _ "And,., ihore   went  before   them   by  "'gut a pillar of fire to yive them lisdit.'  ���������Ex. XIII, 21.   *  For the first-lime* in hlstor.v,'since  that marvelous" light broMght (-hcv.peo-  Pie of.Israel out of bondage, another  .Pillar, of., tire wiil be' used to. call the  People oi the world from labor to refreshment at Tulsa.  The largest gas wei! in tii.; world  is located within a few miles of Tnlsa.  It is being piped into lho middle of the  exposition grounds used bv the International' Di-y-Farmlng Congress. It  flows thirty million cubic feet of natural ea.s daily' and when it is turned  loose aud lighted on the night of October 22 .tho visitors and delegates to"  Uio -Congress will witness a bight, ihnt  ior awo inspiring masnific.--iico has  "ever been,e(-ualled. ".- *  .Six hundred feet, straight, into the  air fho gas is shot by nature's force  Below. ii , nolso is liko that...of an  avalanche, its power tha- of the ev-  clone. jl win bo controlled t-.ud iguft-  ed by electricity .from'.i distance of  two hundred yards or more on account of the heat it creates.'  No flame can be seen until the gas  reaches the-height of a ten-story building. ��������� Above that a solid pillar of .fire  five hundred .eet in height and a hundred feet thick will illumine the exposition grounds and the-city cif Tulsa "as  no city was ever lighted in tho history,  of the world. Sha ows will be cast  ot people and tilings five miles awav.  ihe flame itself may be seen for "a  hundred miles.';  -        ��������� -  : Gas is cheap in Oklahoma. The average gas light in tho' average home  uses but a few cubit*) f0������t of gas in  an hour. The great,gas light at Tulsa will burn fifteen million fcei of gas  a mght. Nothing, like, it has over  been seen since Moses-led his peoplo  Slid0 Pt' nU(f' hlt������ lhe l)r0lilised  ���������The.'Julsa' HghVwlil'serve'a s'imilar"  purpose, forjt will'give to "the world  a messagooi agricultural hope and  will point the way to farm'prosperity  in all states and nations'through the  teachings of the - In'ternatio":'.' .1*-' Dry-  Farming Congress, for wiidse meeting'  it is burned. ..<���������'���������  Na Dm Co Laxatives  arc especially good for-  children beca']Se they are  plcacant to take,-gentle iu  action, do not irritate the  bowels 'nor-, develop a need  for conthi'iaV or increased  doses.. 25c. a box, at your  'Druggist's,"*1  National Dmi: and Chemical Co.  of Canad*, Limited.      177  *^*r     NA-DRU-CO     i^e  Bvmmm  'ftCOLD CREAM**)*  *0 A  delightful, . snow-white lg>\&  gg.  toilet  preparation,- which  njm   makes   bad   complexlon.-;  '3* S00cl, and good ones better.  ~L  Splendid for chafed,  ^1 chapped,  sore   skin   or  0( ��������� cracked-lips.'  -m���������A     In, 25c opal glass jars at  0Y*x\ yo1"' Druggist's.       .   202  ������������������"oW   National Drug and Chemical Co.,  of Canada, limited, Montreal.  My dear, says the kind-liearted litis-*  band, I do not wish.to say anything  aBout our extravagant way of keeping  house,-* but do you know it. is. a .fact  that the 'average French family lives.  on*'-what tire average American family  wastes.?���������...,;-. ....,.,-..'  ' But!" my'angel*, comments the help-  fnl iwife,'ihat'.would be impossible. 'In  the. ilr-jt..place,, the co^t.of,sending it  to France- would1'be to6'great,'and be-  iides_ifcJvo,ijJdrspoiI���������before���������  'there.   . '   .  su*.  ailnard'a Liniment Co,, Limited.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured a  vory bad case of distemper In a valuable horse by tho .uso of .MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  Yours Iruly,  VlLANWl''  I'llMIlKS.  Is this Mrs. Smith? I called you up  lo ask If you could say anything good  of Ilrldget Farley, who lived with you  as cook.  Yob, I can nay ono l.hing.  without breaking any dlahon.  Thai's encouraging!    jfov  sho stay?  Ono hour.  you  Sho left  long did  Pat's Excuse  Put was Mo again.   Homehow  other, try as ho would, ho did  fteein nhlo to fot to work ni\ t\o\n  or  not  n II rl '  icr a ;;i.^*a ur itio   ivnl,   uiui   wasj wcrst of all, his stock ot excuses hnd  ������Wit\y dlonppnlntPd lo find li yv^oii-jj������sc about given  out.   Tno  foreman  ,������? ^"fH "I,,b��������� . Wft3 olciQiiont in his denunciation, nnd  What s tills 'ero caught sub? hoi his sarcasm   unlimited.      Wei!,   ho  asked a friend. -snarled,   nlno   o'olook.   What   d'y-.'r  mean by comin' in at tlilsitlmo, oh"  <������MUHI  Why, doan't thoo know. 131117 That  woans 'tworo ;���������. accident-, was tho ro-  ,Tho editor of tho paper was nmused next morning hy tho following  noto: "  H'h n wnnrW n "ninn r\' yriv t,.���������,^.,  troubles about comin' at all. Now,  thon, rrot another axanso out,  Tat -thought hard for n moment and  ai lniii tho oxcuso camo:  days, you'll know it was Dill Wiggins  as dono it, and lt won't bo no suh,  neither.  W   N. U. 970  I  Cremation shows a marked Increase  In Europe.   Uist year there woro 7,-  Gin --r.'ii/ltlcnK U Gk'vin; uy, *% unt������lnst  6,GCK) in 1910.  Corrected the Witness  Ho lilt Uio poor old girl, was Uni  ovldence given liy a nltiies.^ in a sum.  mans at Woolwich.  Mr. Ilutton (tho iii.-iy-'Htraff) ���������Jitm'i   ,   say iho poor old girl, say the elderly! ' arooni -V  Isdy  A teacher in a tenement district  hurried from tho school to find the  ���������mother of a pupil who h-d been taken  ���������ill. ;���������  Can you. show mo where Mrs. Aug-  clo Scandalo lives? sho inquired of,a  cherub - transplanted from tho sunny  south lo a dark, sunless alloy.  Yes, teacher, I show you,' and a  willing'sticky hand dragged her on  with such speed ns lo make her stum-  blo over an Italian da mo seated on  the threshold.  After the teacher's breathless flight  toward the clouds the little hand stop-  pod tugginj,'.  Thero where Moos Scandals live,  indicated tho horizontal arm and finger, but sho downstair sitting on tho  atop, finished tho smiling lips.  The Worth of Gardening '  The peoplo of our country should see  to it that tho grounds around' and  about their homes, their schools, their  parks nnd all privato and public  plaeoa aro mado ns beautiful as lt is  posslblo to mako thom within tho  bounds of good tasto and economy,  Hiiys tlio Canndinn Horticulturist. To  a great extent travellers and tourists  estimate tho prosperity and civilization of a country or community by tlio  homes and public places of Its peoplo  as theso things hotray tho Ideals of  comfort and boau'ry. ft In Important  thcrofore, to mako tho appearnnoo of  our homes attractive and Impressive.  Coinpnro a residence) In tho town or  country thnt stands bleak and alono on  a bare plain or stark cold against the  sky, with ono backed by a groyo ant}  Btirroun, od v/lth.woll-e.hosen shrubbery  and flower;-), tastefully arrangod, Tho  contrast la obvious. The first Is nothing moro tliun a houso, tho latter  may bo fittingly termed a homo,  Tho travelling public vocognlzo lho  forco of tho contrast and nro Impressed by it. Hitch au impression is not  temporary, especially when It is not  *������ P������'.u.<'i..'. u.Ki.      UIO iiUlC.il (otli'iliC IK  mnv-. npl* to vHtdn nvd fiprak nhout thr.  bnd features of tho eouu'rry thnn ho  Is to applaud tho points of excellence.  To obylate had Impressions, It is necessary to mitko tho good features prominent and striking.    All patriotic clt-  .-;*.m.c'    w.WMk\.   \*\'l    I.,**.     1'At b   l\\   Yit (llllll.lt-  Jng this uica'-B of national advertising.  For the Collection  Mia, Murphy was getting the supper  for tho -.hj'lrcn  on   Huturdny   night  whftn i  vi-iun-*" woma'i canto to h-.-v  door.  I'm n r-illK-l.it* Tor i'l-i IViitik-iiui'  Home, *.:ho said,   t'oiild yon help u.**'.'  Come aronart tonight tun! I'll glvo  you  Murphy, esl-l lho hotiscHlfo a*j  she went about her work.  Ciiolly -Id iliis. Juise lincilitient, mo  flood trlhh''  Lor ( ou: lie don't  ������������������ Mi's&>Strqng-head;had just thrown a  paving stone through" a drug, storo  winnow merely proving that she was  entitled to a-.vote, .and had been  .marched off to. jail." ' "'  'Thank lieaven!- -said" ' stronghead.  That settles the wher��������� shall we spend  the sumrtrer. problem, anyhow.  yo.ii.  - -.-.   .;  Agreed :  '.Tack is; Jn love  with.  Nonsense. -  ���������That's what I said, when, I heard it.  How .dared you!  ,     ���������  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  Ur������U (eel 'OUT Of SORTS"**!**!**! DOWN.'ar'UOT TIIK DCfKC*,  tlltVtH Irrfm KIOKBr, BLADDER'' tUKVOUS DISEASES,.  vrlte (ar mr FRBS book.,':th������ most iNSTftt'CTiv*  MEDICAL IOOX EVER WRITTEN,IT TELLS ALtaboul theia.  , PISKASKS Ud Ull REUAXEAfiLE CURES irFECTED' b������*  THE NBW PRENOH REMEDY. N.I. N������2. ti.%;  THERAPiON ^oucraonud^  ��������� Simple and Sure.'-~Dr. Thomas'  Kclectric OJ1 is so slmple-ln application that a child can understand the  instructions. "Used as a liniment tho  only direction is to rub, and' wlien  used as a dressing to apply. Tho directions, nro so plain and unmistakable tliat they are readily understood  by young or old.  1 hick von, sir!  She Got a Hen  Onco upon a timo runs a.modern  fable, a youth about to embark on tho  sea of matrimony, wont -to 'his father  and said: ' .  rather, who ���������'iioiiUl bc boss, I or my  wife?  The old man smiled and said: Ilore  aro a huiulred hens and a. team of  horses. Hitch up tho horses,", put the  hens into tho wagon, and whorovc-r  you llnd a man and his wlfo dwelling  stop and pnqulfo vVho '.s tho , boss,  wherever you find a woman running  things leave a hen. ��������� It you como to a  Placo where o man Is in control, give  him nnb of tho horses,    ,','  After iiinoty-nlno hens had been dis-*  posed of ho came l.o a houso nnd made  the usual enquiry,"  I'm boss c' this fnnn, said tho  man.  So lho wlfo was called, and sho at-  firmed her husband's asscrlioti,  Tako which horso you want,  I'll tako tho bry.  Nut tho wlfo did Jie't Mho lho hay  horse, and lallted to hlijV Ho roturn-  <: and said: I' be)ley V"I'll tako the  grey. ���������   . ���������*  Not much, said tho yoim-g man. Vou  got a hen.  There's no Place Like���������  ��������� Absurd! fumod the fussy commsr-  oial, ns a foliow-breakfastcr entered  tho coffco-room. Don't know what  theso 1101013 are comin' to, I'm Hiiro!  l'vo boon hero tho whoio blessed  week, nnd can't tint anything of a  morning hut eggs���������eg-f-s���������egg-*-,  But they aro different orb������. observed his companion saillv ttii*i-inn- hi������  iinpkm under lils chin,  Well of i.v:.'i.jw' iij-j/io dul'vi'ctit,  snapped the fussy commercial.  Then be thankful for at least that  consolation, replied tho other, and An  not bo too hnrd on holels, I know a  nlaoo, my friend, v, hern t nm id von n  not .mini one tiny, renew Irs acquaint-  nnco In n ntato cf frigidity on the  next, toy with Its mangled remains ln  tho form of lia"nh on tho third, flirt  wllh it among macaroni and Tomato  tiauco on tho fourth, and probably on  tho fifth, detect It lurkl.ig yet again  ;'.i \l-.i I'd *;' '-���������.*.' of a ll.v.|i)!c.  Orrat Heott! eselnlmpd the roni*  ,:.ero!-i!, b.u^M n������'ny from hb own  troubloH at last.    Tnierow l'^-        |  In a littlo place, rallied the SMunr ���������  fiiifitror, callu1 h'-me. ,\  liinaii, wiicii n.';l;o.l why vho !iad not  iiiil on iitt.:tiiilit'   tur ,ti  recently de-  i.Cattle when * dehorn-  ^ed^.>^������������������ith, the/-improved-  ...Keystone Dehorne't  fatten    quicker; : cows  give -more ��������� milk, butch-;  ers p'ay better   prices.  Send for free literature to  R. H. McKENNA, V.S., Manufacturer  ���������219 Robert Street, Toronto, Ont  Casey had been ill moro than a  week when his wife met Mrs. Murphy  on tho stree^ and tho following conversation ensued:  Mrs; Casey, and how is yotir husband getting along? asked Mrs. Mur-  ���������pay-  Ah, indado, Pat is a very sick man,  said--Mrs. Casey..  Sure, and what is tho matter with  him? inquired Mrs. Murphy.  'TIs tho gangrene tho doctoor tolls  us, Mrs. Murphy.  Ah, that'.: bad, gad Mrs. Murphy,  but let's pralso tho Lord for the color.  A new bean which grows prolificacy  with lltllo or no water has beon discovered,and is bolng Investigated by  lho Arizona department ofagriculture.  .'.CMU  t ad.  lli'i  IV Iii  -A:   I.  in *-->.*,  I just though! this way.   WliaVn th������i  \utcT    4(������'s there und I'm here.  SUFFERED  EVERYTHING  . *      " ���������' ,  For Years, Restored To Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Canadian women are continually writ-  ' Ing us such letters as the two following:,  , which aro heartfelt expressions of grat,i������  , tuilo for restored health:  ' fcl Ian ford Station, Ont. ��������� " I have ta-  ���������en Lydia K, rinklmm's Vegotable Compound and novor  found any inedicin������  to compare with It.  I had ulcers and fall-  inR of womb nml  doctors did nm no  good, .1 suffered  dreadfully for years  until I began tukini*;  your medicine, I also j-ocommond It for  IIV.'! t OUflllC.1*-  iilHl   111-  dl;;eriMi-iii. "       ^J;���������.').  Hi'.NRY Cr.AtiK, Olnnford Station. Ont,  Cheslervill*"-, Ont - "I liennl your  medicines highly praised, and a year iitfo  I beffan taldnpthi'in for fiilllngof womb  ������.iU uVlfcTlrtli li'oiiuir.  " My loft sido pained me ull the ,tim������  and just b������fore my periods which wort  In'Ofl'ilnr anil painful It would bo worse,  Tc Bit down caused mo pain and suffering and I would bo so nervous some-  times that I could not bear to seo nny  ono or hear nny one speak. Little specks  would flrmt before my oyes and I wns  always constipated.  " I cannot sny too much for Iiydiii R.  I-msiiCr''*' ^''liclftblo Compound and  Liver Tills, for ������:''c M������ >"> medicines  like them. I havo Ulfon w.rt'������ ������'"������l }  recoil'mend tliem to nil women, Veil tarty  ���������jiuMi-'Ifi tliii* -f-'ntiiinmittl." - Mr*-. Stk������  Maiitin, Chestervilk', Ontarla  ('n-iad-i. 1-iiB OumtolaM Uews  ���������-���������-*ui.-d livery by   AWdnesd-vy the  Goo.o^   &   Cumberland  ^ub-ishmg   Company.  ���������"���������"���������>������- * _- . -  **- '       -       -      '   ** ��������� .    .    ��������� ������������������       ,  ****l������^^���������***^**--*'a������^**J���������"'.' 'jutr*~^a0aal*r���������~u**~aetata*  '>������Ih.t will not hold  itsolf  '���������vy,-o:"*."-.!**i'- for the opinions of 6th-  ���������is, a-** '.:>ay aprx-fir in its cohmnnis  ��������� (������������������in* time to time.  WEDNESDAY   l-EO. 3     1913  WATER  NOTICE  ' KOR A LICKKCK" TO TAKK AND  USE WATKU.  <0T1GR i������ hereby Rivon ihAt E-'l'"'''-  it.-ib & Saiinimo Knil'vny, of Victoria,  1LC wi.l n.-p'-y ft r.a h.i**"e<* to tako ciid  *.*.���������<���������; 100,000 '������<ill(>;is \mt 21 lioms, of water  mi ��������� i"f T-i-jdh-s Creel-, wlduh Hewn iii a  ii".t,h i-ly clir- c-i<n Uiiiiiii*.1"* Newcastle  J/i.-ti:ot .n.i emp'i-K int.] Slr-iils -if Geor-  >i ns.; ;���������) m-l.-H ������,-(" t of H-j,' Qunlioum  Kiv-r. I li*.* v.-Hte:- -.vi'.l l.o div. rtcd utl'900-  n*. iltrea ��������������� fr-ira" in.l--.--Y ;i-.d \tili be U-jed  ii.r -jeLior'l rui'.vray \u |jr>s*'S on the Und  it".--rriiieil a-j U'lilwuy l"tfbiit of Wt.y. Tlii.-  ��������� <.-.i L-'wii< pctited >j tno ground on tlie  ."���������id -!ay of Ai,t*1. 10:3. The a">i>lieaH->u  wi-! b-i ii'cd iu tlio oifioe i.f tr.e Wator K**-  cordor ai. Victorin, ii. 0. Objections may  be tiled with the said \Y;wr Recorder or  wiMi.t'io O.mi**-! roller of Water Rights,  I'a'I'am.'i.i iiu,kiii|{.-, \'k> rii. B. C.  E-iQUlMALT A NANAIMO RAILWAY  Appli-wint  a. E   BEASLHY  Aaeat'  ?lJtC my7  IN THE COUNTV ( or,tu' ob: g  NANAIMO HOLDER 3v"~>-~  ATCTjMBEULANO.  IN THE MATTER of Sarah Ell-  eiior Tyson dcoi'aseil, jiitw^tate-,  AND  IN THE MATTER of tlm "Oftl-  <-ml Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE that by orde*  of   liis    Honor   Judge   Barker,,  mado the 5th jay  of   November  LiilS, I was  ���������ippoiuteil   Admini*-  traror of tho Estate of the above-  meutiotked d^eeaPt*-'), '���������nd  all  pur-,  ties  hiviu<>*   elaiius   against   the  Slid estate ar*- hereby   n-qturwl to  furnish  same.   propurly  verified,  to me on or  hefure  tho 13th day  DfCHmlici', 1.1)13.    AND nil   parties indebted to  said   estate,   are  vequired to  pay   tlio   amount . of  their indebtedness'  to   me   forthwith.  Dated this llth d'ty of November, 19113.  W.Wi-sr.Kv Wiu.ard,  Official Administrator,  Cumberland, li. C,  WATER  NOTICE  FOR A LtCKNOE TO TAKE AND  USE WaTKR.  1 NOTICE is hereby���������y'-eii that Estjtii-  tsn-rt it Nuiv.imo Ku.ilw.iy, ot Victoria,  li. (3 wi.l.ipply f..r a l"o<ncc tu take and  ���������tine 100,000 g.illor.a per 2-1 hourp, of water  on- of Sandy Creek, which flo-iB in a northerly r-i t-ctioii thninjjM Xo'vcastlu Dis-  tiiuc nud c-muiies into ]>ep Bay, near  - H'**e**-e';l G'-oah- The wntur will be diver  , i-d at 2150"- a-jytreain tr.irn Railway and  will lie ust'd fo: fnint-ral liiilw.-.y pinposes  nn the lnnd (ieacrjbeii as Railway Right of  "Vav.   This n-Jtiee w.a p:istod on    the  o  ftfoaml oil tlie S.-il d y of April, 1013.  Thu nj.j/'o.ition will  \iu til-d iu tha  offiet-  ���������n*c-t!io-\V-hter-R--e()ril.-r-ut-V-icto"r*iirBr-Gi  IN   THE   BOUNTY   COffltT  OFNANArMO   11 OLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND.  IN .THE MATTER "OF Daniel  Alugi-in deeoasoci, int>������5t������te,*-\vho  died ar  Cumberland-, B.C.   on  June 25th 1������13.  AND  IN THE MATTER of the  "Official Administrators Act.**-  TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor J-Kirre Barker,  made the 5th day of November,  191(i, 1 was appointed Adi������inis-  trHtor of the Estate of the shove-  meotio'ned deceased, and .\!l par-  ties Jiaving claiwis against the  said estate are,..he*i'ebj requived tof  furnish same, properly veriiiedj  to m'e on or before the 13th,of December, 1913. AND. all parties}  indebted to said estate, aro ���������re-  quired to pty the  amevtnt of their  _Oi������j������tioi.8 may bo r.lul wth'the said  >na������bteduess lo tne forthwith  Wnter Recorder it ������itli tlio Comptioller  of W*4. r Hi^htp, Purliani6iit Jiu-ldicgs,  Viclori-i, BC.       * "  ' VJSQUIM ALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  H, E. BK-iSLEY  Agent  iiplH? ��������� my 7  Dated this llth day,of November,  1913.-  W. Wesi.ky "Wn.LAr.L-,  Official Adininistvator,  CiimWIand, }3. C,  Anything yon want   ancl whatever  way you-want it..        Below are a  igs we p rint  Give us a Trial Order and see  TOR A LKJRNCW TO TAKK AND  U.SM WATKR.  NO'l'ICK ia lieu1 by given I hit K cju 1-  m-������lt (fe Nifniiino Rnilvv.iy uf Vicrorin,  U C will app'y for a li-iono- to tn'-o imd  u.-ic 100,000 wallims per 2-i, hour*-, of wutc-i  ���������11' of llir.iloo OifeV, wliioh fl'iws in ;i  iiortlierly diri'ition throtish Is'clpoii lJis-  li''ut ucil i-inriiiPB i-ito linyno Soiinil uuar  .Tuible River, The "W.ihir will bu divD-t-d  ut U00"iipstronm fioia Riihray anil w-ll lio  uiiuil tor (.ioneiiil Ri.ihvny iuwpo*b.i on tho  l������ml dosoribed o-i ruil-vay ri.ulit "f wi.yTliii  iiotioo wiia \,o.ii.������A on iho I'mimd 0.1 the  ,'Jri'l cluy of April, VM'A, The m.-dioiitiin,  wi'lbu tiled hi Uio I'tile.; of thu W.Uei-  K uor.l-nr, Vioterln, ft.C. Oi-jeytiu".:' n.uy  bi-'lilvd wiih Uio tiiid Wulij- Hcoordi.-r or  with llm ('.iin'iitrolhx' nf Wu'rr Uiwhtii,  r.ii'li.'inniiit Jjiiiliiin^-i, Viutorli, U, C.  HaqUIMALT & NANAIMO RAUAVAV  A**)pliciijt  tl. K.     KASLBT  A gunt  IN  IN  TIMC COUNTY C01M1T OK  NANAIMO HOLOiCM \T  OlIMlllfiKLAND  TIII-J     MATTKR  OF    John  Wnii'h ������leo known \\������ John Smyth  <I������vjfl!������Hwl, in "fit" l/1 to.  'vtiu ditid al  It-fill Wttinl on July R, l'.U3.  AND  JNTJIK MATl'MUof (ho"OJIl.!ial  A.lnuni.-ilrivtors Act"  TAI-CKN0HCW tlml hv   o.-d.r  of  Kin flmior Jtidsjo Ihirkoi*,  niuile  rbnotli dity "f   Nuvoinber,  pC v.-itrf ;i|i|i'iiiUod   Ailmlnidi.il. 1  nf ih" I'l-iMI'-i :if  lIn*  iihov.i-ii.i ii-  I'^iiC'l .li'Ti'itfcd. ������ind  nU   ont-'i"-  havii,-/, cluiinn n������*.iin t lit',* miM  c-i.iti; ate hcrehy .-oijMire.'l *'.; for  ni������l) Hiiinp, propnr'ly  j;l or be? n't- lb''  ���������IN THv) ,.COUNTY   {JOUR?  OF  NANAIMO  liOLDBN AT '  - CUMBiCRLAND  INTHK MATTKR of  Daniel O'-  Cor3)..)l.ri^e  known  p?   T>aniel r.  John O'Oeniittlh (iucoaaeJ, intos- :  tat-e, v.-ho tiifid r.i Capo Ccmiucr-  elJ; Uni.>eit Didlrio". o.j January  26,' 1813.  IN THE MATTiM of tho ^Oificial  AtlmiiiiatifHiora Act.'''  how well YOU will be pleased  TAKE NOTIC H that i.y ouli-r uf'  Hia Honor Judge Jif.rkci, jiutdc  tiio 5th day of jNoviiiiiiini*. ]9\'6,1  was cppohitoil Arliiiinit-1valor ai  thr. l{������ttite of tho nhovu u-.i-nlioriscl  t)ece������\He-l, and al! piirUf--* Imving  cliiiiTi'd iij.'.tiin'H tnf" sfiid -������������������"I'lte ara  heyeby reqniroil tn ftunis'h uunn,  pvopurly veriliud, to mc on or before the UUh dny cf Dt-uort'iber,  101 ii. AND ail priii it!:- i(iduliLi;d to  en id t-������!nte, nre rci'iiircd ti> ���������*,iy iho  a mount of their iniloht'-di'ii;*''?*. io  .������������������if forthwith,  Dutod tbhj ilth t'liiy of Kovs'in-  l.*or, J oia,  W. W'VHLBV WC \XM  Ofiloiiif Admi������������rr*.hl���������.  Cumborlrtnd, H: C,  WATER NOTICE  ^������������������ij m nm    i  POU A LIOMSCE Tij TAKK .W.D  rs>13 WATKU  XC/IKJI'" ij luii'C'liy niviin llmt l'>.(iu.  b!'J ii<.ilt A N)i:iiiiiii������) Udhviy, of ViuU'rii-, ,,,  IJ, 1.'. will ni'l'ly !<ir fi lii'i.'f.t'o to luk'i nnd | K  ti ������i idu.tWO (.-illim imr 'it lion re, of w.ilnr j |j'  nu I ut Uo> <jri!.,i<, wiuuli iii4i-.ii iu u n������i- in-1 \t,\  ci*i,v umcu.-u Uinjii^.i (.,-.)iii..v i/i.iiii ,[ ! ij  mi'l t-.rujitii' i nin tJoin p; 1 lui lio tn*, iK'iii*, |^j  !',.,���������.; it'.-...r.   'I'lio wiiU-r will l>u ill*, i r.o!! f'*}    ji?5^ **i^  LETTERHEADS'    .  .    JiH.LIlEADS  ENVELOPE  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES.  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���THE NEWS..'CTBIBERLAKD, B. G,
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CHIEF CAUSE
OFjCeiMINALITY
No Man Totally Depraved, Says
Pastor Russell
THE   SIN   OF   FATHER   ADAM.
florn With Criminal Instincts, Life Is
a Battle Against Ti.-m���There Is
None Righteous, No Not One���
Where Lies the Blame/1 The Value
.ot a Correct Diagnosis���We Can
Oppose Sin Best When We* Know
1 Its Origin���Aids and Disadvantages
. In Fighting Sin���Divine Help Necessary��� I 'ow the Needful Is Pro-
vicl-.'.
C u in b c r 1 and,
.Md..       	
���- Pastor litissell
gave two discourses here today. , Wo report
one of 'them, ' on
the*, text, "I was
shapen in iniquity; and in sin did
my-"'mother conceive me." (Psalm
51:5.) He said:
'Diagnosis- is val-
E, __�� liable in the at-
PASTQR.��U5SELL)J tempted cure of
'. ���rf' any malady. This
!s true of sin-sickness, depravity, * as
of any other i.ilment of humanity.
The better we understand the origin
of sin and the methods of its operation in . rst'ves and in others, the
rtorc" succes. ful��vie shall be m .combating it. We must know what helps
to feed the ailment and what tends'
to destroy it.
Our for-'fathers erred, evidently, in
their  declaration   of  total   depravity.*,,
"None of us ever^ met n human being
entirely depraved���entirely devoid of
sympathy fnr righteousness and truth
.   ���dead to all'good influences.,  Ejcperi-
' eiice,  however, doe.s corroborate   the
Bible statement, that "there is none
riffhtcnus  no,   not  one"���all  are  sin-
��� "tiers.   Moreover, the Bible goes to the
root of   tlie matter;   ai.d   experience
enrrnh'oratos its statement iii our text
- ���that we and all'humanity were born
in     stale nf s,in, with the predilection
- or' i n el illation toward sin.
We  are not, however,  to conclude
tliat God  made us sinners;. for   the
Bible 'contradicts''that  thought.," and
; assures us that "all/His work is per-;
feci.'"   According to the Biole. we received, our "'ves from' our   parents;.,
and   they  theirs from  their parents;
nnd so   back ���to- Father. Adam.   ,The
��3-B i b 1 e-te 11 ���s-us-t'h n l-o u i-p are 11 t-3~si"i i iied **"
and came under ,lhe Divine sentence
* of death; and that this meant mental
and   moral,  as" well   as physical, de;
. generacy.   The Apostle declares, "By
ono man's ��� disobedience   sin" entered
into the world; and death by sin."���
"Romans 5:12.
This, curse r "death which came
THvin flie race,- and which affects us
from the moment of birth, is a ter-
,Tible lilisht. i-iVen thouph it is much
more reasonable - than tho curse de-.
dared by o.-r mistaken creeds���the
curse of eternal torment���nevertheless the curso of God is sufficiently
terrible, and world-wide. The pen-
alty. "Dvinc tlinu-' ohalt die," is
n-iuoli less ho: rible than if., it hud
rend, "Livincr. thou she't live in eternal torment."
When, therefore, wc find in our-
Helves ud others, wayward, sinful
tendencies, we reflect that these nre
evidences nf the fall, the curse, nnd
that all who aro under such influ-
ences nre to be pitied. True pity,
however, must not be sympathy with
sin, but with lho sinner, who is
handicapped bv tho predisposition to
sin. Sin calls for radical measures
for'its extermination for the release
of the sinner, but our best efforts for
them and for others will he attained
throueh n knowledge of tho facts, nnd
throueh the exercises of the proper
sympathy. Thero are prohnhly moro
peoplo injured throuj-rli luck of sympathetic help thnn nre helped hy tho
' admiiiislrntion of cold-blooded jus-
tier- without tenderness or sympathy.
We hnvo he-eit flow to lourn this
lesson,
Undoubtedly ns humnn sympathy
Mpnn-li* through a knowledge of tho
fa-Mi*, both parents nnd children will'
be blessed by thnt incronse of knowl-
edev, Parents need to learn thnt
their own inentnl moods nnd sympathies wiih right or wroni; aorvc lo
ntflinp, io birth-mark their children,
either favorably or unfavorably. The
parents of u vicious child should reflect thnt thny hml much to do with
lljnt viciouRiiosH, Properly Informed
and rifiliivwillotl, lliey .might ' hnve
produced tho child with a much moro
favornble orpmuli-in. H requires n
(rroni. donl of trnlninj*- to work out of
the child's dispositloii thnt which wns
Inbred nt Us Urlh. Indeed, Ihe proh-
nhlllty is thnt only a Binnll portion of
it will ever, he orndiontcd in this lifo.
Wo nro not fm'Kcttinfj the Scripture
���tvlii'-h Buys, "Who enn bring a clean
thliiff out of nn unclenii?" Wo re-
member this, nnd merely suggest thnt
the imperfect ninncr-chlld, nlinpcn lu
���hilt'iilly nnd coneciv'.'d In sin, nifty
have moro or lota of sinful disposition, Wo nro suffp-ostiiifi' thnt n
���weighty responsibility rests upon
pnnuits In raipent to tlio prr-imlnl In-
i""iic.'iii"(jh (ixeroiuod, ns well as to their
jmit.iiUil obJ/Kiiti-Jin altvi liioir children nro born,
With what enre, what loyally to
God nnd righteousness, whnt desire to
maintain purity of heart nnd lowliness of chnraelor, Uio prncre-itlvrt
powcio siio-iid be o.TerojsC'.i I With
wluit envo tho father should fuwmnd
tl.o mother with every Rood influence
]��clpful to,,hor mnntnl serenity, joy,
���peace, jUBlico, reverence, love, during
the p-orlod of KCtatlonl What noblo
cTiornot'-s tnl-Jlit thua bo born into
���jli.i world, even though nlill iiupi-.r-
feel, sin-stniiu I! Whnt n different
world In iiuiriv Yosjit'i-li we mlj-lit ho
living in to-dn,", w pnivnli hart re-
���cognized tlicne principles nud felt
*1lii*!r ri'-'ponnlliilili'*** nnd lived up lo
them' Tli/uik (hid, death does not
f all! and tiie le����ous now Iwiiig
jf-iriu'd tlii'tu '�� 'lirftppoiiitm.v.l'. ano
'���""   -'II   w.' ln'lk'Vt>. in   manv   in
stances prove ..--rotitaoio in trio great
Hereafter.
This was the question asked of the
Apostle'Peter 'iy those who heard him
preach and learned that we were sinners under condemnation. We"should
.discern that t1 ���> question is not, What
shall we do to escape d: -nation, or
condemnation? We* were bom in
damnation; condemned $o death as
'unworthy of I'.'e." The Divine decree
���is that no sinner may.,have everlasl-o
ing life. It is a gift of God, designed,
not for, sinners." but for'.those" who are
-perfect, sinless. Adam was condemned to.death as,soon as lis became a
transgressor; and all of-'his children
were born in the same condemned0
condition. Condemnation passed upon all men' because all are sinnera.
All are imperfect, fallen. Our text
tells us that they* were born in thi3
fallen, disapproved or condemned
condition.
The question with us, then, -is not,
What shall we do to escape coining
under condemnation? for tho ' whole
world is condemned already. , (John
3:18.) The'question is. How shall we.
who are already condemned of. God
as unworthy of everlasting life, get
free from that condition in which wc
-were born and get hack into thai con-,
dition of perfection which God will
approve, in which we should'be accounted worthy of everlasting life?
The Bible answers our question. It
tells us that God lias had compassion
upon our race and .has provided' the
Saviour. It explains that for God to
be just and yet grant forgiveness to
i" > sinner .requires that One -.shall
pay substitutionary the penaltv originally pronounced against Father
Adam. This bJng effected, the Redeemer will hava the right to restore
to perfection Adam and ..11 his posterity desirous.of ..returning to God.
Tho Message respc-ting this merciful arrangement is caliecl-tho Gospel
���the Good Tidings thatctliere is a
way ,of return from sin'to holiness
and from condemnation to death'back
to justification of life.
As we have seen,-the. i". '.ig needful
for all who, desire to return to God's
favor is that tl��ey may be restored to
that condition of physical perfection
in which Adam was before he sinned.
When thus restored, they would have
the same opportunity .of demonstrating loyally to God that .Adam had at
first. If they, when recovered, stand
the tests, of loyalty and obedience,
they shall receive-"God's -'ft of everlasting life. And they shall receive it
through Jesus Christ; ' for the way
was opened up' by His sacrificial
death, "the Just for the unjust," arid
their salvation accomplished by His
work of Restitution. - ���
- Not until recently have Bible students discerned how far our forefathers* have been confused in. respect
to the Divine Plan���through .neglect
of the "Bible for, fourteen hundred
years.,. They now'see that Jesus and
the Apostles . and I>��plhcts taught
���" t God's,great time for dealing with
th"e"\v"o"ri"d���is"yeT"future"���uirdeT^'Me--?"'
siah's Kingdom. The thousand years
in^which that Kingdom shall rule the
world, restraining sin, chastising sinners and helping the willing and
obedient back to perfection, is called
by St. Peter "Times of Restitution of
all thincs. which God hath spoken by
all His holy Prophets."--Acts 3:21.
The restitutionary work of those
thousand years will be accomplished
by the power of Messiah's Kingdom,
and the Elect Church of this Gospel
Ago will be associated with the Redeemer in J"" i Throne and in the
great work of restoring the obedient
of mankind "to perfection. That
thousand years is also enlled the tims
of tho world's resurroctioi or raising
uiJ-'-nnastasis. Bible students * now
discern that the word ro rroetion in
the.Greo'. signifies more than merely
the,awakening fro. i death, Tt, signf-
fles the lifting u.> of the individuals to
human perfection���to that which wns
lost by Adam and redeemed by Jesus'
death,
.During thoso Times of Restitution,
Satan is to bo bound, that ho mny,
no longer deceive humanity, ns he
has been doing with fnlso doctrines,
putting light fcr darkness nnd dark-,
noss for light. On tho contrary, tlio
timo when lie, the Prince of Darkness,
is east down from influence amongst
men will bo tho. time when Christ
nnd His Bride, tho Church, will become tho Sun of Righteousness to the
world nnd ecntlor all its ignorance
nnd eupcrsUti.-m, (Mntthew 13M3.)
Respecting...that timo the Biblo assures us1 that nil tho sin-blin'ed eyes
shall bo opened, nnd the-'sin-donf, enrs
8hnll bo unstopped, and the true Message of God's Lovo shall ba mndo
.known, and "tho knowledge of tho'
glory of the T.ord shall (ill the whole
cartli.'*
God hns u spccinl plan and a special snlvntion for tho Church. ITc do-
sire) thnt c Church shall consist of
a very spec)ill olnss, Ho has is-sticd
a ppeeinl call therefor, nnd ho pre-
Borihi'd spocinl terms or conditions for
innmhors of this class,
.' I who will bo accepted ns mom-
born of tho Bride, tho Lamb's Wife,
must hnvo tho samo spirit, mind or
disposition that Jesus had, Did He
delight to do tho Father's will*1 So
w t theso. Wan Ilo willing to ho
obedient to tho Pother's will to tho
extent, of sacrificing earthly pleasures
and ad".....tag08P nnd to tlio extent of
death? So must His followers walk
In Ills stops. ..s Ho has act them nn
example, looking unto Jesus, tho Author and Finisher of their fnllh, Tho
invitation to thoso is thnt if thoy suffer with Christ they may nlso reign
with Him, share Hiu nature nnd glory
nnd honor. They nro advised from
flu'  first   that  nn'   fnnfitop 'n'   In-m**
nro tho way of tho cross.
'JililaC ���Ji-n'ipJ'.'.i of ,/Oiilla ill li)0 prOH*
cut Ago nro ilgurntivolv styled "sol-
dicr.-i of Iho cross." ond Jesus is de-
olnred to bo the Cnptaln of their snl.
vntioii, lending them on through vie-
lories to glory. Their Imttli- in wmo
K.-'pms is tne nunc* ns Uio world will
hiiVO In tho next Age,'only more In.
tense, morn concentrated. .Tho world
will hnvo n thousand yqrirs In which
to fight and win. Tho J attlo of Unchurch at a whole la more thnn ftijjli-
toon eontmiM long, but'enoh inllvid.
nnt Fhnro h* much eh-irtor. Th-** csni-
ing Ago will he tho world's lime for
gnlning n 'victory and pqe-iplni;- fr in
fho condemnation, the impcrfcvll'-n,
thnt camo upon all,,lho -Itce Ihrcjtigh
Adam's Mil.
Wo arc not to think nf tho?-* whom
(>od ncoopts ns tho Church ai being
different hy iiAiur*' frmvi lb.? r.-rnriiii.
der of mankind.   On the roninrv, v>
are particularly informed that we
wero bom "children of wrath, evHi as
' otters." But this special class get
free from tlie condemnation, or damnation ��� that came upon the' r.*-ce
"throtfgli Adam in a .'iffercnt wny
from' tliat of the v:>rl.l i.i- the ti.-*st
Age.- They first* .exercise faith in
God's promis ; atid in .iesus ns the
Redeemer. They realise by faith that
theynerit of His Heath is the basis of
deliverance from the damnation, cr
condemnation, passed Inpon all and
of reconciliation with God and restitution to'perfection and attainment of
everlasting life.
The .-Kingdom of Messiah." through
which these blessings nre to be cx-
tendad t* mankind, having not yet
been established, these believers, cannot get theso blessings. However, to
them conies a special message or invitation to become members of the
"T'ngdoni class���"heirs of God and
joint-heirs with Jesus Christ" their
Lord; "if k.so 1 ��� that they will suffer
with Him. that Ihey may bc. also
glorified together" and share . the
Kingdom.-���Romans 8:17; *2 Timothy
2:12.
.Charmed with the prospect, (hose
are rot daunted by the trials and dif-
ileulties of tlio-way, especially'when
they hear the. Red'enr.icr's Word en-
courasing them and saying, "Fear
not, 1 have overcome the' world."
"Greater is ?~* that is on your'part
than all they that be against you."
"My strenglh is made pe.'fect in your
weakness.", "All things shall work together for good io them that iove God
���to tlie .called ones according to His
purpose."   ' . .
Thus encouraged, these believers
m-ke a ��� full consecration of themselves to God and liis service, realizing and .confossins theiiv own imperfection and insufficiency, and pledging _ f. -imselvcs to fight a good ftehb
against sin iu every form under the
captaincy of Jcsu--. .Tesus .becomes
..the Advocate of all 'who come unto
the Fathor through Him during this
Age. He supplements their sacrifice in
suclr a manner as to make it perfect
���holy and acceptable lo God. (Romans-12:1.) They give their wills, and
.resign nil earthly interests and rights.
He adds to tlieir sacrifice all those
Restitution qualities which would be
theirs in due time undei'-'the Kingdom.
Thus ihey stand ^complete in Him.
When the'""""aiher accepts these .by
the begetting of His Holy Spirit they
became His ..children. His saints,
"heirs of God and ioin'.-heirs with Jesus Christ" ' to "the inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled. reserved in
Heaven" for them.���1. Peter 1-.3-5.     "*
Every' battle against sin is a good
fight���whether it be the battling of
the world during the Tiincs'of Re'stilui
tion, or the -batllings of the Church
during this Age. . But becauso God
designs to. give the Church n' higher
nature, a greater salvation, therefore
He requires of every member of it a
special , demonstration of- love, and
-loyalty:���-A-nd���ivho-will���say-tbat���tlris"
is not a reasonable requirement of
these sons?-      '    '   . -   * :
, Those spiril-begollen sons are all
alike in the sense that .they have one
mind, one spirit, one disposition���the
Spirit-of Christ, the spirit of holiness",
the spirit of loyalty to God. Dtit
these .are all .distinctly different as
respects their- flesh. All are "imperfect, but sonic more and some less so.
Somo 'are more and some less educated; some more and some less wise;
some more and some L&s lalentetj.
But tho tests are all under Divine
supervision. The Lord sees to it tliat
each shall bo thoroughly tested. Each
must. hnvo. trials, difficulties, be set-
men ts, from the world, the Adversary
and his own flesh. Each must personally demonstrate his,loyalty to tiie
principles for which Christ died���the
principles of -righteousness.
Tho chief lessons for all of thoso
sons of God to loam are:
(1) Faith in God--full trust in Him
and His providences;
(2) Loyalty to Him���to the principles of His Government," and to all
thoso whom He hns accepted a- sons.
(3) They must all possess in large
degree God's own Spirit (f love, kindness, gentleness and mercy, as well as
of the 'Truth.
They will not, however, bc judged
holy according to the flesh, Rather,
judgment, or decision, in their oases
will be'rendered according to t>n spirit, tho intention, the will. They will
bo rewarded for what thoy havo endeavored to-do nnd hnve striven lo do
rather tliun according to the success
they havo attained,
Doubly Safe.
SUilisiics dhow that doctors live
longer thnn member* of most other
profession*}. Why shouldn't they,
when I hoy marry nil tlio beat nurses
and Tefine to tako their own medi-
olnoP'  '
- On lcm ,    .
To keep oinons let, tiiein ui-y nrfrr.
Then beat a poker red Iwt and \v;t!i jt
singe the roots to prevent a|l preina-
.are growth; place iu a dry cool room.
I
-��n*       1
Tobacco.
Tobacco is grown in nearly every
country in tbe world-England., Ire-
.faml, France/ Switzerland. Spain,
Italy, China, -Japan, Uruguay. Argen-,
tina, Java aud so on throughout ihe
world, except in extreme northern and
southern 'latitudes.
A Well Insured Church.
St.  Paul's .cathedral, in  London, Is
insured for ��300,000.
Strategy.
"llnw did pn ni't when you asked
liiiu for my linmlf"
"Very penile nnd couiti-'f.uC'. It quite
took nio by surprise."
"I told him you used to bc n pugil-
1*1."
Tlm "Stormy Pfttidl."
Tlio small son fowl, known to pueht
ond Fiiilor.i a? tho "htnrmy pelivl."
was mi ji ii tin'il l)(H.*r.u.s."f when lljii/*.' its
foot frequently linuh tho wnfor, which
bUggo-sted lho walking or Peter on
tho wat;r.
Depends Upon Oia Promise.
"I thought y,u said ItifM; *������'.<'U
keep njiromiso?"
"On   ...I   i��u     ivfi'J-*     It     ploilllM*     till
right, hi".'. yc-,\i hnve ���*������> l.c r--x*-f t.*."'���j*
cnreftil aboiit tho kind of prom in1 von
nRk iiim to keep,
It Olten Comes.
In n Soi.tch Puiidiiy s.diG'il lh��' lit.ij
t���hvlii.i, ;r��'i/i j" iiii'i'iiiiiiKtin tiif-* mi'..iu'I
of dnnlh, asked. "And what coiucs
after deathr" Instantly a bright littlo girl called out cngc'ily-, "A Hhi
uboul the nioiii.;',"
A Woman's "No."
"W'....iv ti..- i.iHU.-.r
".She hns lejecled mo -tciiin, ������ih'-'*
"av* flili i-' 1m.i\"
''DM slic -.��>- how iii.al'-" ii.V'iieJ
tho -old-r and moro ^xpi-iiei..'.."! wan-
Her Fac��.
"Tli< I'i*   H   S   ��*i'IV   ill  ''-at   woll'.li'i'*
ffl.v.;-
"Vit,    ��l>,I   ,-'u-   lll.lt'lf    ,1   M'.    t">
, , Gout and Potatoes.
Gout is  rarely   known  .iinoug   tlie
'���"���YOikiug clas-'e8 of Ireland.   Their immunity from this complaint Is thought
to be due to"the fact that' their food
f consists largely of. potatoes.
ii i"ooi Sit of Nonsense.
,'Tis not tho lliing when wfather's hot
To tnll; about the tiott��ntot.
f'-Rr bcttvr in these August days
Observe Uio coolie and liis v.uy.i
nis lry ho.'iie by polar sens  *
Js tlecoralecl wllh p. frieze.
(I'll stop to say, if you don't, niln-i
All CGolics nre not of ct)ts Kind )
His food consists of ono plain co'Jite
Of eooso ftesli served wllh chllo sauce.
When asUed to sine he'll nod and beam.
"I do not sins," lie says; "Ice cruani!"
lie has a sled, his prido and boast.
He lives upon an arctic coast,
And when,he's out of Jack Frost's realm
. fle'l! quickly seek a slippery elm.
ln dancing: many hours he -spends,     *
And all the (snowballs lie attends,
ills pavliicr ha tvijl gayly swing:,
A tittle fro/en dainty thing..    *
'Now.^here ) t!.i,nlc l'J bettor stop.
The mercury's commenced to drop.'
Shut, every door und window, please*,
Before we all begin to snee::e. '���
-Paulino    "Frances,   Camp   in    Woman's
Home Oompuiiloii.
Dark Stables.
"��� To keep a horse in a dark stable is
cruel to the animal and dangerous to
Its owner. The retina becomes deadened and uiore or less useless, and
after a lime the sight is seriously iai-
palreil. The horse si arts and'shies at
objects it sees imperfectly.
Three Writers.
Diiudet received .$200,000 "for "Sa-
l*ho;"--.-V}clor.Hugo,-$100,000 for *'Les
MIserablcs." but'Dwigbt h. Moodv received $1,000,000 for his share of (lie
profits on'the famous liyum boot.
The Dolphin Violin.
The Dolphiu violin was so named ou
account of tbo beauty of the wood,
the back of-tbe instrument resembling,
the color of a dolphin. It was made
by Stradivarius in,lTl-t, and^It Is considered the most beautiful violin'* in
the world. It is owned by au Englishman and valued at ��5,000.
Pearls-of Arkansas.
It is said that tbe fresh water pearl
of Arkansas of the..highest class can-
���uot bo distinguished from  the finest
dee)* sea jewel.
The Herring Family.
Small fish of tlio clupeoid family
have been sold in the markets of the
world since earliest historic times, especially along the shores of the'Mediterranean. It is only withiu very recent times, however, thai the. fish- has
been sold in other than fresh or salted
condition.
Hunters In Germany. \
One of the important functions of
the government in -Germany is the is-
Bulng of permits lo hunters. The revenue thus obtained'Ib about ? 1,000,000
a n nun I ly.
Sheep and Rainfall.
In parts of Australia, where, tbe average yearly rainfall is not moreotban
ton Inches, a square mile of land will
support only eight or dIuo sheep, In
Buenos Aires the same area, with thirty-four inches of rain, supports 2,500
sheep.
Montana Sapphires,
Tho i'ogo bluo sapphire of .Montana
Is worth more in the markets of Europe than tbe oriental sapphire. This
(���em is said to be worth $50 a knrnt in
tbo TJiiltcd States.
Sunstroke.
Sun is uot necessary to sunstroke, a
fact which explains why many doctors prefer to cull It lie.itslroko. You
can got stiustrolfo before a hot tire,
nnd ninny cases occur after tho sun
has sot, "foil are most likely to got it
If doing hard physical work. Ship
Btokors nre peculiarly liahlo to it, und.
It Is lho usual causo of lho suicides by
drowning which onem- so froquoiilly
���Huong stokers ot sou.
Th�� Barren Antarctic,
Within tho untiiretlc circle thoro has
novcr beou found ii flowering plant, In
tho srctlo regions thero aro 702 different species of flowers,
A Long Shadow.
From tho summit of Mount Diuholo,
California, mny ho soon a phenomenon
of ii curious description. Four llmos
a yeiif-oiiiio every three months���Iho
fiun rifles nt such nn nuglo Hint a shadow nbout llilrly miles long In Muwn
on tlio plnln beneath.
Spider Threadi,
Tlio common nnd familiar Hi run d
spun hy lho spider la no fine thnt 1"B,-
000 miles of Jt, f-uouul- to go round
tho world, would weigh only I'lKht
otin.'os,
Ch-njip E��r Trumpet,
Got ii ','ninmon , pnslehotii'i.1 inrilllDg
tuho Mich nh pictures or miisle in mnll-
ci I In and hold It to fho om* closely,
Tho result Is wonderful. A very doaf
piM'son r>iin lioni* dl-.-tlin'tly ovovrfhlnir
Ihnl Is snid hy nny one hIIHiik on thn
othor bido of Iho room,
Stereotyping,
It Ih claimed thut slcicolyplng \"��n
known In 1711. Jt was practiced hy
Y-.JIIJ-IU- Ut'd of ICdlJibnrgh about 17.W.
Somo of 0oil's phileil nro lo ho seen
nt tlio noyitl Institution, London. A
Mr. JniuoH itttomptctl lo Introduce
God'.-* process In London In 1735, but
failed. Stcrcotypo printing wns used
li) JTolliniil dm-Ins* fho UM -vmt'iry,
aud a quaito Uible aud n Dutch folio
Illl'lc n-i-ro printed the"'1. V wm r��-
lived In Uijilon Ly W'lUou In l&O-J.
Mr. ttrvilg,
Any Individual tejol. in*,: lu ihe tifiuie
of Mr. Knrtvljj nm-y !,o r,?o".A !�� the
. fact that originally the nnnie nir.int
! tho "hoar of tin tile*.*'
Their Errand.
"Hnvo .vou got IiiiuV" asked lho leader of. (he White Caps,
"Jlere bo is," iinswered one of-the
band in u mulllcd touc.
An old man, with long white hair
aud beard, ..stood trembling before
tltcm. , ,  ���   '   '
"What have l done*".*" he asked. .
"'IJslen*'' said the leader. -Tears ago
you made an election, bet. You promised that if your candidate was defeated you would never ngtiiu shave nor
have your' hair cut."
"I have kept my promise," faltered
the old man,
"Yes, you* consumed fool, you linve!
\Ye dou't want such idiots in this country."
"But you wouldn't tar aud feather a
man-for liiatV"
"Tar and feather nothing!" said tbe
leader.? "We're going* to give you' a
shave nnd a hair cut:. Sit down aud let
the-barber start right iii'!"���.Puck,
New Version,
.���Ive me three grains of corn, fatlier,
Only tinea little grains,
���And' t will show you Uie way lo fill'
Tiie granaries ami wains.
I've been to college, father,
Ami learned a'thing or two,
-And J want to sl-ow you what the new
Soil theory will do'.
Give me three grains of corn, father.
And ;.*ou can have the rest.
T only want enough to eivo '   **
The 'theory a test.'
If I don't make you whistle
.Before another snow >
, I'll buy you a little fluegelhoru
To sit around and blow.   ���'
Give me three firalns of corn, father,
And just a bit of ground,*
���.ATid-I-"Vviirsii'ow-jyo"irti)'e~lTewesniTins*"'"
hi all tiio world around.* ���
The miracles of selenco
.Are rising- in*the west.   ' ,.
Give n:e three grains of corn, father,
.And I will do the rest.
v      -St. ]'.OLi3..Poal-rJ!spatch.
But This Really Happened.
"Sou," said the man In tho automo
bile, stopping in front of the farmhouse, "is Ibis tlio right road to Clee-
villeV" ���
"Yes, sir," answered the /nrmer's
' boy.
"How far is-It from hero?"  .
"Well, sir, If you keep ou goi*"' I
reckon it's about 24,9SS mile, but if you
turn hack an* go the other way it ain't
nioro'n about two.' you must havo
slipped through it without"���
" '������" bellowed the auiomoblllst,
starling his machino again and turn,
ing around in tho road.
"You're welcome," said (he farmer's
boy .-Chicago Tribune.
A Fly Son-j.
Ten Utile filM
All tn a Hue;"
One sot a"swat!
'.I'lion there were  �����������"���������������
.Vine Jlttlo files,
Cirlmly aedute,
LJoklniy their chops���
Rwntl   There wero"*  ���������������������
Klfht lltno -lien
"Malalne some more���
(3w.itl   Swatl   Hwatl. Sit* 11
Then there wero * * * '
Four little files
Colored green-blue;
StvalJ   (Ain't it ent-y'O
'llicn there were ����� ���
Two lltllii flics
Dodiied the civilian -
ICurly nixt day
There lure * million!
.-Buff nio News.
HE STRUCK  ME.
A man 1  scarce knew, although he hai."
my name.
Came into my office, repeating the same.
And tallied for si moment of this and ot
.  thut;
Remarked that ho thought 1 was putting ���
on fat;
Jtofoncd to the weather, repented a tale
That I laughed at because 'twas exceedingly stale,   .
And then, when I said, "lam busy'today).
Whatever you've  come  for "1   wish  yot
would say," ' *"'
���He 'struck mel
He struck me!
Ha struck me without any renson'at all.
I'or a second I stu-jsered end thought t '
should fall.
This stranger had asked of tho health ot
my wife.
My cousins and aunts, nnd had picked up
my knifo
To manicure nicely his finger nails. \vhi*��  '
lie lined up uiy  lime ln his own brcezi
style. *���
But I said, "Mako it short; I am busy,
ond then
Jle struck me���
"Ves, boldly lie struck me for ttni ,
-Detroit Free rresa.
lev "^
Her Troubles.
{.)
"Is the new nurse kind to your'children?"' -    "
"Ob. yes. But one always has (rouble with .the nurses. Tbe. new. one
takes such good care of the cliildrcv
'that they won't como to me any more"'*
���Meggcndorfer Blatter.
Femlnettea.
A womau's understanding seems, to**
"consist  of   understanding   that   met
don't understand ber.
It may be that women have no wit,
but Ihey have a sense .of humor jvlilcl:
they -perpetrate in lho most cxngcerut-
ed form. ��� It Is their choice of husbands
Next to suffering religious martyrdom, a womau's sweetest privilege -i*
to believe that sho has been the guiltless object of some man's, hopoiost
Jove.
When a man is cornered in deviltrj
he throws up his hands.   When n wo-
-m&'i-isi'eoi-Bere&-she'"icicks"iip"ttor"hoe,is"-
After a girl has experienced two-or
three 'brokeiV engagements it will -be
fonnd that the strain has left u certain
��� indelible mark upon her.   Tho mark-li
usually $. ...
Women hate snakes; and two ofi t
trade can never agree.
Tho genius of masculine duplicity
never ventured on such tortuous flight-
as a Ia/.y girl in her efforts to appeal
charmingly Industrious heroro he:
fiance.
A man makes a home to escape.lilt
enemies and a woman to confound ho:
friends.
Every woman under thirty believes
she is an actress, ond every actress be
lievos sho Is under thirty.���Puck.
, .      The Lump's Identity.
The whizzing motorcar struck*', i
slump, and ono of tho occupant-* of the
back seat, a lady possessed of considerable cmbonpolur, executed a neat
hut not gaudy paraholn in tho atmosphere and alighted hy lho roadside IIU<
a polypus falling from a shot lower.
"I don't hellevo I have broken a.nj
bones," sho stated, ln reply lo the lu
qulry of the oiunipresout bystander,
"hut thero is a lump on this bunk
tliat"-
"Luuip���nuUilu'l" snarled n smothered voice. "Pm the cousin bio that'*
coin' lo nrrent you gosh dtirncd ,toj
riders, If 1 !!vo!"~Judgo.
The Black Hand Ao*inl
Mr.i.   Collins  found   the  followlnji
/Hack Houd Idler pinned lo her door
ono tnornlm,';
"Doer Mls'C'ollliia-OuIes.i you put a
Jhi* of jam, n hunk nf chol'olll cake, n
upple jilo ait' n ban of candy down by
tlio old woll wo Will nfeel your Uttel
boy and keep lilm, onlesu you pny m u
inllyuu dollars,    Tho Black IlautL"
The lotItt* hns been handed to the
police, and Uio criminals will soon be
brought to JUHlJco. To ditto irrs. Col
11 lid' littlo boy hns beon tbo only oik
seen In lho vlclnlly of tlio old well.-*
Judge.
ImpreiilenUtlo,
llie office cent haticx on n uni!)
In H'filrt ftleevei now the hou epiieiref
Somehoflv tellH a fluhlnr tnl��.
And even body eiemi Mil tun;
".".ie S't'V'-T ! Ill i?jJi;.fj- lixlHlt i:,j v��t.\;
On Hport pnffe litoome (lie lnmh-t.11 Imrff,
Upon the elreet V.\a late s'yl-ji cIjiIm
Oh, y��i, the |t!nd !> fetl':-| }.k;dl
The actor'* off for Europe noir,
Or tnyhoiv llml'a what be prind;
^ i.e .-../ i'.��n .on*�� for a. tO'yf
M-4 buye whole iteolci of farmltif hlbte,
The Krsduite'a Impasi'onei] ple��
Wlll clutllence icon Uie world'i rttrftid*
Heviiiiiped la aummer hostelry���
Oh, ���)����, the -grind la retting- lurfll
-Denver KepuhUcitA
Politioal Econerr.y,
"What'c tho ytt&vftl* about In riunk-
tUWi"
''Horn* ot tho community want to
tnMntnln mcdh-'Its nnd ��wcll tbclr pri
rnto I'ortuoos hy Ijaullnjf tutomobltef
��ut. Otliern want to Impror* thf h!|h>
Ktiji, j'in.li 'nm fur tpctilng ��nfl ifr
���ir ��i,,4 r'.-^i ��,i ��;!;!,!',�� "rartf ti
��� ii Li ...14 "~i.:*i)*.i-.*i fitv JiinrniJ,
He Miejudned Her.
"Jf I had my life lo live ovor," shf
l)PB.in.
"Yob, I know," ho Inlerrupted ' "M
you L'-ad yom�� Ufo to live over yet.
would mmry ono of tho fellows w*hc
proposed to you boforo I eninu iilmig."
''Nolhlne of tho kind," kIio replied
"Tf I had my life to llvo over IM innrrj
Mine ' weak minded, bnitni pi-imhi
'.riion I'd have*nollilni: to or,y.o'A iniri
Bhouldn't bo dh-iij,ipolnted."-<,'hli'iig*
Jtecord-Womlil,
Kind of Utr.
"Why docs Miss Ilowlr.r thut net
���B.vofl ovory timo tlio has high notes P.
��lng?"
"Didn't you know? Well, you i*ee
alio In very tender henrled."
"What's tlittt got to do wllh IIV"
"Everything. Bho simply i-nii'l ln"*ti
to Ht* Jiow vro sutTer."���Kxcluuigc.
?rnACT!CAL HEALTH HINT.*
Druoe and Indlgealien.
Uko   everylblng   else,   drugs'
JittT�� their uuo aa well ns fln-fr
abuse, tint na n euro for Indigo';-.'
True, t little blcarhonato of aodu
ln water -fflll temporarily relievo,
an attAclc of baarlbum duo to.
acidity, but Jt -ffill not remove
tho condlUou (bat li cautlug (bo
heartburn, This can only bo
remedied by cartful dietary. A
nldlllu cotrflor, too, moy-nny,
often ���doBJi-glTa relief In -ceso of
blllouit-uf, but the condition
WMlnj tti�� ttttck limit U in-
T��Ugated ud a natural rtmedy
1 tpnlled before ptimanent relief
1 ��m ttitAm h��u ntUcW. ����� b*
I J 4**wU-u�� j
���*^'^f6fT^',*T0^'Wrf*',**'*1t ^W*^'*^^^'*iC'**^^2^*1��^-*n THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA!!.  ���������.*���������*������������������ x>t^\*.z-T^-*x*jnMMi*v^j**ars^*KvaTamtn3r  WALLPAPER' BARGAINS  To make room for our new stock of 1914  - -"paper, balance of old Stock - -  ������**���������'    -11!'',')  iii    \. *'?..', V.  Caii and get prices.  A new lot or Cabinets, Buffetts and Malle-  ,    able Beds just opened out..   ���������  if n  A ful! line   of   Piiiows,   Blankets,   Stoves  and Ranges,to. choose from.  The-Furniture Store  Mcl-he. lilork.  A, MoKINBTON     Cumberland  ���������fc-WrS******' 11318^���������*'  ���������w**l*������tV*mai "tf JWiV  iFIt ���������"'>���������***������'���������*���������*���������' ������*������1������������J������B'*'T*-*V*"^<k^-'^  inki-m^n. ���������w'KR.-wiansv/m.^^a  i.i O'fW Ml IT?!  Chief Justice Hunler, has rcti-  ItTt'd an iinpur.t'int. aud it may  io a historic decision aueut the  deportation of Mimlu-*. He hr*s  ���������."���������milled a writ of Mnboas Corpus  trjder which tlia tliir'y nine men  who ha\e been destined i'or  some weeks on the ground that  they had not complied wiih the  requirements under which Hindus are admitted to this country,  were" liberated. The feeling of  satisfaction on the part. of tliose  who believe that a British sub-  SOMI'-J BLOW.     , j ct of whatever   race   cr   color  *   Nanaimo,   Nov,. 29 -���������Nanai- should be free to go wherever he  1110 vcstcrilav exueri'-ne'ed one of  s  6  t**  e  ts  ���������������������  Cameron Auto  ������������������CbEflRiriO-  Phone 1074, 521 Superior St |  Victoria, B. G.  ������  o  .0  <"  o  ���������4-  $  *���������"*>  O  o  o  /<> Ddivcmi morning^: I'vcningg  o i. MARUYA' |  '''^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^������������������^���������������������������^���������^������������������^���������-^^^������������������'tyt  ior tlio Milk w;v.*ou  with ihe (iroL'si Bnx  i-TlKSU  Mil/.;  AND  FARM PRODUCii  Our Miik is the product  oi' Uie Best b\*d Cows  l'RK'SH    MI LIC  O  the worst storms in the history  cf"the ,'city. Com in pi icing during the hours of the early lnoni-  A'lir the storm increased in fury,  n!'a:niuf>; almost the velocity of a  hu-ricaiK' between lho hours of  2 and 5 in (he afternoon. Wind  and rain bcit down with, such  fury as to mako it well-nigh impossible for pcdesiriiu-S' to walk  i he streets, atid,, in  a   number, of  -instances delivery wagons were  were divested   of   their   covered  to:*s. which were blown In the  pnvemenfs and ih several ���������instances prac'ticaUv demolished.  Probably the <-*veate-*t loss in  the city due to the, .storm was  sustained by ���������������������������the contractor of  ihe new block being orec'cd next  to Paul Iif-iiiietl's hardware store,  A lnrge portion of the icar brick  wnll was blown down, the bricks  in t'n-i*' fall brenking (heir un-  deiipinning of JolniS".n's black  smith shop, which at cue lime it  wi'S feared would drop into, the  waters of the bay. Early in the  thy tli<e city was shut out .from  c uuumuication with the outside  wo-lfl, both thtl 0. P. R. line to  Vancouver and the P.C. Telephone Company's line to Victoria, being put out of commission by the storm,  likes within the British Empire,  would be strengthened if it were  quite clear that the decision established the principal that the  action of Ihe immigration au.  thorities was -'ultra vires" of the  Immigration Laws. There is a  doubt mi this subject because  the Chief Justice found thnt' the  authorities had committed,a tech-  nicai error in varying the word -  in.g of the Statute in their Immigration order, substituting  "origin" for ''birth." Until this  Tec"iriTiTa]it^ Is^leal t~\v"iTli ou its-  merit's, it is impossible to be certain, that the judgment is as far-  reaching as one might suppose,  but it is at least ot sufficient im-  16rlrm.ee to concentrate public  attention ou one of'the mo*t profound problems which confronts  civilization, and it helps one to  realize that the problem camu t  much' longer be shelved, but will  have to be faced an 1 dealt with  ou its merits.���������The Week. ���������  ��������� ;���������o   .LOST���������-Fuiicy cushion cover  between tlie Camp und the Pig  Store on Sutimluy night, lie-  turn to this ofh\;o,���������Reward  ..���������-~o���������-  The Busy Bou UivfirwilMiolil it  Doll***' Biusni'i- in Uu* Cumhnrlnnd  Hull on llm Monday uf',<*r D-- ���������  c-inibiM' pay. Ten will h*> ficr^d  during the afternoon.  NOTICE  (Court of Revision)  A Court of Rcvi-don to revii-c  ih*1 voter.' li.-t I'm the vcar 1914,  will be held in the Council  Ch.iinbi.i-', ou Wc'diii'sdiiy, Di--  ci.inbei- lulh, 1913 :it 7,30 p. 111.  The Court '.'hall hear aud determine any npjiMcaion lo siriki* out  or add any uupm oruun.es which  mny have Li-en improjicriy in-  mm*1' d of omitted fiom the list, uf  wliicli, all pei'.-uus are hereby i"*-'  /{Hired lo la Ice iiofice.  ;\. McKlN.VOV,  Go TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  FOR  YOU JI  Gen'l Blacksmithing  r-.'AN.D-  Horseshoeing  Third St.      Cnmborlimd,  ������v:iy$wj������$������tt������$y$m������$$������3  6  $Wood Woodr  Wood  (���������J  w  %  ft I  I*)  <���������)  (ft  Ct)  fi,  ft)  ������  ������  <il  Nun- is !h(- time to phieu -j)  \'uu* ordt'i*   I'iir   SI.AI-J $,  WOOD g  S:i,50.. .per doiil.'lti loud &  j*l,5U.., .per single loud ������  From The ������  Star Livery Stables I  City Clerk.     .(���������X^'XsX-i������'^^^  ���������Cl'v ffall. Nov.   1 nil. iqt-j,      - ������.iim.������ ���������  WOOL") I'OR   SAM-:-Phono.  L 8 6, T.Pierce, Minto.  I-OR SAKK--A Kootenny  R.'tii'*e, only Iwo years iu u*-e,  also a new Coal Healer. Price  for both 82500. Apply tliis-  ofliee  Cocfe'a Co-ilofl Root Compound.  v-p T^" W'i-I- Vltib* Ton'-.!. ku\  rJi>o������Uy ,h'iio ij-lix-i-ual M'wilUy  irirv .. .;f''''Kv*-,'i.0r.v!***.'|-i���������' w������njftnow  \ry\*- 'pw,-"���������vc-c"���������-:;' "������������������������������������������������>-.���������������'���������������      'J'*'���������' Cmuhpi'laiwi ci-mstoiiii*   rr.  ft'J^'Sv, cfLtitnri.-No. t, ffiilJu 2., iMtnilr. fn' November Were gHOiO,.  &J^        "l '-^ 1-l',,"J'l ���������*'<-*���������������<���������. C"> |������r t''������    {'()  ���������Foi*c-pli M]������)lor has rotunietl  h> town from Now WefifminnN r,  liis triftl boinrr nrruiii f o������tpoi-iiid.  -���������-  ^Iv   ,    vt-'T" .t.j .'..-I.   /..!...'..*���������   Tmi  #|i������������;r.t.Tiiiiln..;;"!"������vr(i.ci.f,. (.v..--���������������*/ttfr.^i'  itf\ un .'.:t-.-j\ f,r ui./  ���������������������������I u.:t :nl cf fr*-.".  /..i. ......  y-.  Cj We have for sale a few slightly used and rebuilt  ������ cars in first class condition, which must be rold to meet  ������ real estate payments.  ������ Buick, 4 passenger,       $275 ������  I Ford Touring Gar,         $325 |  I Ford Touring Car,         $350 ������  I Ford Touring Car.(i9i2)$425 ������  1 Galt,FivePassenger(i9i2) ; |  ������ Demonstrator, plightly used," elecric starter, )    ^|7CA S  % ,          and lights.                                                 J    ������p.-/eW |  | Ford Touring Car         $275 g  $            and seveial other Touring Cars and Trucks.   .     ' ������  ���������������s���������*e������ae@������r.������������������"S������������������������������������������������ ceccc-scees-scaccoceee'* * |  FEED! FEED FEED!  A. B. C'EAWFOBJ} BARM    "  .A large   stock of shorts,   bran, crushed oats,   hay ft"d  ]*oultiy feed for side at exceptionally low prices.  Phone 32  Courtenay  ^jsasHHTEsaerHJsy ������-���������������& szzBstssTEaaansuig ���������^^KSgioau^'txi.vsr   im  li!llll||l!l!!li:ill!llllll!li:ill!:!lll!ll!ll!IIIJ!|||||||||ill!tH||||!!IIHI||i||||||ll||||!l!||||!!:J||||||^  B*ji3^a<,*sssasoac^  atat  Everything in store reduced.  STOBE CLOSED   FRIDAY  i      ���������        "0  THE "IDEAL" STOBE    Next to.'^beii-/  m  To the Electors of the City  of Cumberland*.  Having been;*requested by a large'  number of electors to offer myself--as a  candidate for .mayor, and, after careful  consideration, have decided to accept  nomination. 1. have served you seven ���������  ye-trs as- alderman. II' elected, I will,  look after the..best inierests of the city  and citizens, and will do my duty without  fear  or  favor.  I will address^ you publicly and go  fully into the matter before election  day.  Soliciting your votes a,"ul mil lince  for a thorough business and  up to date  method of conducting the affairs of your  ���������    city.  I am, Yours Respectfully,  T. & 'Bate  f  ���������-���������'^^������������������'VrfWAM^ S^W,^v*>vw^^<������������^/^i/y^^  MAROCCHI BROS    H  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  %,        CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for 1-ilsener Urcwiug Company'.s U1CKK  Wholesale Dealers in all Kiu'tls ol'  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  t-V-V**'-*-*''-.''**-"*^^ tKs+**t0K*'*+i'**K**"$y  V     ������  1  DONG BROS.  |     MERCHANT   TAILORS  \ Ladies' & Gentlemen's Fashionable Tailor f  SUITS MADIC TO ORDER   front   $23   to -*!ir- for tlio  Ch-'iuiiiifj;, I'lOhijiiig iiinJ Ri-puirin^,  IIH::i!IIIIIi!"i!lillili"l!ll!illi:������llliHI"llll!il!lll!iII!!!l!!iillll!lllillll!ll]!i:iHIII^  J&Ulllll!ll!illllllUllili!lllll!l'lll!!!IIIUII!lii:i!lllili:!lllllli:illllllillll||||i||!:i:n  |-Capita! Paid Up $11,560,000         Reserve $13,000,000  jj  I  h������j&nyLaL!&  | DiUFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY    CURRENCY,' PAYABLE'  ALL [j  | . OVER   THK    WOULD.  | SPECIAL ATTKNTION \in'v\ to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS^ iutereu pi  i at liif.'lieRt Oiirrftit Unlet- ullmvtd cm l^-poi-itti of fjil nnd upwartis, ������1  1 0'JM3;3a*L.\NrO, B   C , 3-a-nch, Op'jn Daily i  I ,   UNION "AY, B.C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  I D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  1 ' :   |    . COURTENAY,   B. C ,    Eranch,   Open Daily.. -'  .  I R. H. HARDVVICKE, Manager.'  %i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiii^  4  i  ..m  P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  i    DUNSMUiR AVENUE  J  CUMBERLAND,  ���������anl -wimMmjan ��������������������������� *-������������������������������'���������*-���������������.������-���������������--*������������������������.-���������.-~������������������ > r IMlllw-r-,   j  V. BOHO^fl  w^tt^n^njtftfajt n>na- rrmta  Mamifaottiror of MINER At WATER 1  P. 0. BOX 432  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  i.'Rms.iirjrvAoci'aMM  I l^^^^tH'm'v^"'"n^'^^>l^l' *     i '  If YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S All RIGI.T  V  Big pall in  Gyele Priees  Davis Block,     Cumberland.  |-t���������jwj..fwjMjwHl.j���������jwjMjw,-jwjHj,.j..j<,,���������,..; ^^..^.^.(..j.."-,^^..^^^.^^^.^^.^^!.^.  Durinj? stock-takinr/ wc hfivo found that wo  hnve quite a jvjmbcr c-f scc-ond-Hhnd shop-  soiled and ���������'RJinrncd from hire." muchinus  and arc hold ing an end of season clearance  at. liiV nrifc r-f'iltu-"ti*iri������;     ?..nnl< into rhi*^.  Thos. Plimley  730 YATES STREET  VICTORIA, B. C-.  I  iTTmrirmnmi inim>������iinmIiuii.miwiiwui"'!! il-im���������i

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