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The Cumberland News Apr 22, 1914

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Array 0-/Y  ,y <y  r.\ -=S.S--terSSS35[3S-JtS.^ 5������jaj������3!j- -j  y.  ���������A-  y/W'/  f*' V  >-  y  s  f<  ^s5^*  A. Journal Devoted Bspe-claUy, to .the Interests of Comox Olstrlct.  *m*iMi4B*'.>nm -i^a  ;T:ir Nb\vs, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAND, B. C, WEDNESDAY,   APRIL 22,   :9i4  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A. Ykajr.,  ���������Mr. V. 11. Harrison, barrister,  of Nunaiifin, wns in town on Monday.  A   band  played (?) on   Dun-sin nir avenue on Mondny night.  Tin* provincial police; liavo linen  withdrawn from oily duty."  Kobei't' Grant, jr. arrived in  town on Sunday morning from  Victoria by nnlo. Uo returned  wiili bis family to that city on  Mund.'iv.  A man badly under tho influence of liqnov, fell on Dunsmiiir  avenue on Monday, and got a  nasty cut on the- hum). Ho was  gathered in by Ihu police  -HI- .--������--  Whangdoodles.  The -'Whaugdoodlos" entertain-  crs were greeted by it packed  house on Tuesday night at Hie  City Hall, They arc a fine combination of musicians and vocalists. The several numbers were  excellently rendered, and mcl  with lioar'y applause. They  sing and I'lay as only the colored race can. There is nothing  snide or vulvar iu the entertain  <neut ffoui start io finish, and  Ihey arc worthy of the very best  appreciation   that    our citizens  can give them,  nud   that   is, to  ���������i' ,i.   i ��������� i . .i  |J,������1������\     iii *.   IIU., iv.     WtVil lll^ltt,     W>>-^  arc iicr.:. Owing to having to  give twoentcrlaiumeuts a night,  they are tumble to present their  full rendoire. Don't miss seining the Whangdoodle.*-:.  moinni   ���������  i������n i^fr ***������������������ ��������� ������������������ ���������.*������������������     m  Miss Hazel I* nunc returned to  Vauoouver  on   Sunday,    nftei  sp-cuding   the   ICaater holidays  with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs  John Frame.  CONSTRUCTION OF  THEATRE BUILDING  HCUMBERLAND  Woi-k   To   Commence  At Once  ' Messrs Lofkiiril anil Clinton, yesterday, let iticconiract for tlie new theatre  in Cumberland io Mcsher Uros., of Nan  nimn, and construction will stun mimed,  i.nely.  The building will be up-to-date in even- respei.t, and provides far a ballroom  .p feet x i;n feet wuh Hard wood d.inc-  inj- lloor. 'llie theatre will be on the  street door and will be of the same clem-  elisions. Ilie building will be .lighted  and heated 111 ihe mosi approved  ni iinn si*.  It is estimated that the cost of the  buililiryovili be in ihe neiyliborlioad of  $150110  Mr I*'rank Reynolds ("Doc" Rcyr.ulds)  llie WL'll-kin'wn ttieatio inomotL-i-, Ins  leased the premises for leu years and  will furnish and decorate the theatre and  ballroom at a cost of approximately  $5000. L'p-iu-datc 'movies1 will be shown  as well as reputable 'dim's, Mr, "Reynolds will, from time to time, briii-"-* to  town stiivu! of the best shows opcrauni;  un llie I'.icilic Coast. The ihci.tre will  bc open 10 the public un July 1st, next,  The city is 10 be conyraiuliiied on  haviiij* such pn*'-ie������!,ive ������idc-awake  citizens as the gentlemen above referred  10.  Mr..las iiiMiniu, who ���������wno tin-  viclim of a cowardly shooting mI'-  Iiiil' at Chase, River tho oilier  night, \h reported ns doing nicely  at Ihu IioHpitnl. /Vt fii>t there  were fears ithut it is injuries would  iniiuiimto lauilly, Imt burring  cunipiiciiiitnih Umre in now every  prospect of an oarly recovery.-���������  Nmiiiiiui) Herald.   ���������>-������������������  The following   is   taken   from  tho Victoria Times   of Ap-il 18:  "We have liiottor froai a correspondent'suggesting that the  late murderous attack upon throo  coall minora in the neighborhood  of Nanaimo was conceived or carried out by tho provincial police.;  Tho writer insinuates that as comparative tranquility lias been restored in the lately disturbed area,  that the police 'fear tlio loss of  their jobs and are countenancing;  or perpetrating assaults in order  to convince the authorities of -the  necessity of maintaining tliii'  strength of the fore*.'. It will.be  a difiicult matter to convince tlio  public of the refonablout 8s ���������<���������{  such nn absurd theory.' The/das-,  taixily'assail It will bo more likely  to suggest to the average mind  that the bitterness aroused durine*  the late conflict still surges in the  hearts of the more turbulent spirits,amongst the strikers and that  acts of violence are to lm dreaded.  The conditions are unfortunate,  but they aro not likely to1 bo improved, 60 for as the union 'men  are concerned by assaults "upon  workers who are exercising tlieir  individual rights iu accepting the  terms of the companies and earn-  itig'thoir livlihood under co'ndi*r  tions which to them are '-satisfac*-"-  tory.' Tho,course of * the courts  of justice in dealing ' leniently*'  with those found guilty of oifeti-  ces must not bo  interpreted as ei  ther condoning* tJoruier"  acts   of  lawlessness or countenancing, future acts of a similar character.'  We do not say that'" the striking  miners are primarily .responsible,  for the conditions prevailing, but  we m'lintain that ' the first duty of  all concerned is lo acquiesce in  and maintain-tho thing that is  normal in.this country���������-hiw and  order. Tlio time will-come to fix  responsibility.and to deal with  those who by reason of incapacity  or self-interest are the real an-  tliors of all the troubles that has  befallen the miners and I heir dope ml ei its.  Although the official announcement has not yet been mado, it is  tm longer a secret that Sir Richard Alellridcis about to receive  tho'appoiiitiiient to " the vacant  post ol:   11 i( li   Commissioner   of  Canada,  When the olllcial announce-  ment is made, will be the correct  time lo extend our congratulati"  ons. lint wo ' feel free to sav  that in our view no more suit-  able choice could possibly Imvo  been made, for Sir Uiohard pun-  KORKOi" in ii marked degree just  thoi-o utttribntcs which thopii.si-  tiou calls for. Sir Kiehurd has  won iho respect of Kritish Col-  iiiubiaiis ii,r������'i"pecliv������ of parly by  his unfailing eourtesy and superb  tucl, and it will bu these qiudities  which will be.moHtin douniud iu  his new ofllco. The powui's* that  bu a -i* uuiiferring 11 distinct honor  oi* British Coluinbin by thus appointing a, native aou to so   high  Ml '  ii\\o,  The  V(.*H'.!  - 0 -  V' icii.i'l'.i,  ItiuniwrteJ  ih-it'C mpo O'XJuujj-ti  i-owi}'huliMm������ awuln-itrj 10 Mi*j-0 .^ euuny and balmy U. (!.  iVlr, 11. J, Teiicey, Miv iVrtcoy  aud their five children, arrived on  1'iiday from Jmmndcii, Sask,  They will locate at 1-oint Hoi  mes, Comox District, Mr. Penney having purchased a small  iiumli there. We tru**i that they  will forget abnut thttr winter  t rn libit s  iu   the.   Noithwcs-t,   iu  It is .stated that lit, Hon. K.  I������ Uordon will shortly visit British  Columbia.  The tir-'t flints in   iln������   war between the Fititod Slates nnd Mes  ico have been fired at   Vera Cruz.  When will the last shot be fired i  When  war   is once   stiirt������-������'  never can tell  when 01  is ^''"K to (!lu'-  . you  iel'0   it  MEETING OF COUNCIL  The City Council met m regular session on Monday evening,  thero being , present Aldermen  Mitchell, McDonald Parnliam,  Miller IJanksand the Mayor.  ������������������������������������ Miuules of previous meeting  were read aud adopted.  Accounts:���������  B. C.Gazette  .S5.00  Cumberland News...-..... 9.68  B. G. Crawford.......-.;, 27.35  R . McNeil.':'.. .... ..;..    2.35  C. II. Taibell &"Sou':.:.    7.60  Nanaimo Jail    18.30  Cumberland Livery 'Stable*8.00  Provincial Police Court statement of fines and expenses up to  April 26. was received. A balance of Si8 was coining to the  city. ���������  , Sewers Rental By-Law was re  considered, adopted and " finally  passed.  Ald|Banks leported good work  being done by men who are do  nating their time toward the im-  piove'ment of the city park, also  that the city's team had,, been  working on the grounds. ,'    .'  Aid Parnliam moved, sec. by  Aid. Banks, I hat health officer  be instructed to examine, all  milk coming'jinto. town���������carried  * It was decided to ask for the  loan of the government road  roller fot^use in city*park.  7���������M-ivJi���������M c-A-11 ist e'rj���������who���������was  present, thought that as the  grand stand on the old recreation  grounds had- been erected by  public.subscription, it should be  removed to the city v park. He  was told that,,the consent of the  oweiiers of the laucl would have  to be .had bel'ore^such - move  could be made. Aid. Banks  said that it was uot  worth mov-  iMACFARLANE BROS., LTD(  "the square DEALING HOUSE."  ������ ,       .... 'j^,^.. '-.���������,���������:r��������� .Km���������:  New .  Wash  Goods  NOTE Our Low Prices on these seasonable aud up-to-date fabrics. HUY  NOW and be prepared for the fine  weather:��������� \,  Rtce Cloth ............ per yd 80c  Cotton Crepe per yd 20c  French Crepe..  j**er yd 25c  Duchess Cloth per yd 15c  ��������� Ratine Cloth per y<i 40c .,  1*  Large Assortment cf Dainty  Neckwear   atid  , Ruchli-g'  Sec our Veluoa in Hate for "Ladies and Children.   Pi ices ou tha above linos will  not ba lower'thla,season  ing.  Council adjourned.  Tho Court of Revision on tho  Cement Sidewalk Jiy-La.i\, was  hold in "the Council Chambers on  Monday evening. Protest was  received fro 111 T. Edwards. Van  ct.'tiver. against increased a^i'Sfi-  mont on his property, also the in-  creased rale on cement wall's.  This increase beciimo necessary  owing to legal expenses incurred  recently in oonueclitjii with'cement    sidewalk     by. law.    Fred  ��������������� 11  Uiohardson, V������ neon ver," also ro  gistercd 11 kick against the condi-  tiou of the sidewalk iu front of  his lot on Dnnenniir 11 veil no.  The Court will furtlmr dit-i-nss  this mutU'i' of increased rales al a  meeting to be held 011 Wednesday  night.  Percy Winch, the   Grand Duke  cigar mail, was in town  on   Mon.  ryttMXfnn/mxZUMMWl',  I Llnoloo for Oak ond  V Stnlnoc! Floor������ unci  L^lnolotin ������  If its the Latest  We Have it  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE     ,   CUMBERLAND  Phone 10-     ., P. O. Box 100  ,, 'i ii  To l-ijditor News  Sir:.���������As'/mo.^of yonr retido'rs.'  allow  mo to congratulate you   on  the fact   thai you have too  much  common   sense1 than lo call  your  fellow  townsmen    "disreputable,  miserable wnftohes," or "a bunch  of idler:;," and more especially nd  mit into your columu.-i such  rub  bishnS"'TlioOld Maid's l'r.iyer,"  110 decent parent   would allow   it  to be read by his girls] or boy;*, if  he could avoid it.  A newspaper's first duly h lo  provido pure, clean copy for its  Bubsf'i'iliers and their home circle,  and in public mutters do its besi  to heal ami Miltcn ill feelings  building up friendly citizeni-hip,  instead of insulting and   bullying  those with whom we may not  agree; many of them nre good  C'iti������on������, of whom Cumberland ia  proud. Whether wo tigreo with  thoir actions or not, thoy havo *  right lo their own opinions and to  act upon them, ho long as thoy  ke������'p llie law. They make a griev  anon of improving tlm people's  p'lik���������it is for the iipo of all.  If wo all, 0 e 0 a p i o null y  look ll I'tlllOH p 0 c t i v 0  look over our own w-tiuiej'ing-i  from Montreal to Alaska, it might  itauso us to remove the beam out  of our own nye befom rushing  into print to snatch the must out  of our fellow eitixoiitf.  PHCWCY  Campbells  DUTCH   CLBAN3UR  ChuMeu  r*      ��������� 1 T������  ......:.,  'I'm uni'lvv  *������l . V4    *-> . t .^..y...  .'    V . ..]  irom qji3-5t> 10 $25.00.       GIVEN AWAY  ovcry (.'arpt t Sqtinrt: .sold,   one Bissell's C;iij.t't Swefwr.  Lirioleutns, Muttin^s, Hull and  Stuir Linoleums  Sl<jncii Mauiii}^, Wit\i-i  ia^c wmx, ^^\. vivv,u  Nottingham Laco, Swiss Muslin anil bungalow size curtains  from-$1.25 to 4 50  Art Muslins, Scrims, Madras Muslins, Plain and Bnrdered  liti-tminco and Ilarnc-ss Spots', font 15c to 60c p^r yarrl  j--* "*i  REE with  Work it (olfl oniMiv 1 ciil mi   th"   ��������� r-.v  i.-ieu Inm-t* ijj.1 i awry,  .HMI. NWIhtf*if������  CUTUK51V    AND  filLVIiUWAUE  POL.(SKLZS  Campbells  ,,'l-.'*'*'l������*WI* '.#*'. '.<%*#l.-'l'n.  DU8T     WITH  UQU!U  VBN12HR ���������.���������"tn-----.  Wft������<<t *ta*t* ^nUtf***** *  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B, C  I-    i  . 'ac  (t  ADebt  g  ^j Helpless Irom  Rheumatism  By Edgar., Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  London, Melbourne and Toronto ,,,  V ��������� ' J>  (Continued)  And-now'h.*- had sot thoro lio wasi  threuteued with social extinction.'  To!  tho socioiy of the othor' -.trunks', to bo  roloKutotl. to ,tlic tionsrcgution of the  "nu.-irly thoroa."  His; ������������������y-iii iin.-.iv.'i.'il '.is ho looked  down at (lold. .  I claim the privilege, of my citizenship, ho uiiid, which' ia my right to do  ns I ploaso, to order my life in any  way which is in the hounds of decency and Uie law. There is nothing in  lho "Monitor" which isoffenuive.  ��������� Then there is no reason for Its existence, said  Gold.  Cornelius Helder rose to' his feet.  1 don't thin wo need go on with  this convwrsutioi).  Gold nodded. It is pretty unptofit*  able, he said, now���������by Jove!  lie looked at the clod-: and began  searching his pockets.  I promised myself to mail a nephew  of mine in Xew Jersey a birthday  present.  He drew out ii"  ' opened it.   NVha  there.  ' Have you any  American money,  lars.  Comstock r-L'ell  had  come  into  the  room* and Gold's "last .words were ud-  dieased, to  tlio world  at large.  .   Helder s'"ook his head.'  Twenty dollars?  Bell broke in on the conversation.  I have tome money, l.e said. Ho  slipped his liana into bis hip pocket  and produced a wallet."  This he opened and extracted the  money required.    ���������  lie handed'the bills to Gold, and the  third man matched them narrowly.  He saw Gold count the English  equivalent into the other's palm; saw  him looking at the bills carelessly,  then:  Good God! said Gold, and Cornel-"  his Holder saw his face go blank,  Gin Pills Give Prompt Relief by Cur-  infj tht Kidneys  Mr.  Siinnie"  Loginoro, of Montreal,  says: "Just a word of praise for GIN  I PILLS.   About fifteen months ago   I  i could not walk aercssniy room, suffer-  ling severely v.tlt Rhcumatis a.   1 look  I GIN PILLS and became qnito   'well.  i Two iiiouUis ago. I    bad    Rheumatic  Pains with Neuralgia.  .GIN  PILLS again  foi  became quite.well.",  50c. a llox, 3 for $2.*>0.     Sample free  !% you write National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. Toronto.  FOX   FARMING   IN   YUKON  Can't say that - have.   -��������� Why  Helder shrutfj-cd Lis should-.is.  .  Oh,  It is nothing;  he  said,  but if  you   would  spai-j   tho  lime  1   would  like to iiavo g, llltlo talk.with you,  ,   About this man? asked Bell sharply.  ���������    pocket-book ��������� and  he sought was not  money.'   he  asked,  I want twenty dol-  CHAHTER V  - Comstock Bell Makes   Ready  Gold stared at the young   man  ,full\\a minute.  What'Is the matter? asked.Bell.  ���������.;,���������] h^_nl.hnp_(ihf.ul lv._  for  ~iNOUinUl5-.^ciu,iu  With no word he turned'.".id left:  the   oom.   " ���������  . ' Cvimstock Dell stood looking, tiller  Uie retreating figinc, a puzzled frown  on his face.  What was wrong? he asked Ilold-r  curtly.  His attitude toward tho other was  always one of polite indifference; under other circumstances, ho might not  havo troubled to ���������sk.  I know no more than you, Mr. Hell,  said Helder.| , I don't think Gold can  be well to-dcy; ho has been ragging  mo about my anarchism.  He smiled ingratiatingly, inviting  further convu-salioh. '"' -   >  Doll ignored the invitation.  Why did ycu toll him? he asked,  that you had to American money?  Before lunch.he had met Holder and  a little' discussion arose as to the  drawing of Washington's head on a  live dollar bill. They- had compared  ono note with another and -Holder  had carried Comstock bllic- to tho  window to examlno thorn.  Did I? drawled Helder, 1 had for-  ���������gotten I luul tlu'in; besides, ho said,  I am not alwa;.-. out to humor old  man' Gold.  Bell mado no response, and win going away with n littlo nod when Helder called him back.  I nay, Mr. Bell, I wanted to ask you  Bomrthing. Do you know a man named Wilk'ttfi?  No, repliod Boll, shortly.  You havo i.evor.U'iird of lilm, oh?  Ves, and other thing*",  Com ".stock Bell hesitated.  1   wiil call  at your ottloe ono day  this   week,  he  said.      There  was  u  note of resolution In his voice.  lie passed ont of the Club, crossed  I'all Mall, .tnd strolled aimlessly  through the park.  It was.a bright spring day, "the  trees wore all glorious,'while tender  green daffodils and crocuses starred  tho grass and swayed rhythcmetic.ally  to the breeze. lt was a day when  men's hearts grew joyful from the  very joy of'life and splendid fancies  filled his mind. But the stimulation  of Spring woke no response in Bell's  heart. He had made a plan, a terrible plan, he Lold himself, but ho was  going through with it, whoever suffered���������and.he would not suffer least.  He would" end this , terror which  weighted his soul:  * It was a plan complete in every detail; lie had left nothing to chance.  Day after day in .he silence of bis!  study, he had -forked out tho scheme,  jotting down the details and burning  the papers so "soon as they liad taken  deiinitc shape.and he had committed  them to memory.  Whoever suffered, he repeated and  winced. *    .  He n-'tcliot. the Victoria Memorial  and crossed ihe road, continuing his  stroll along Constitutional. Hill. There  was one thin? necessary, ono link in  the otherwise perfect scheme to be  discovered.' ko would reward him  well. , He had thought of.Gold, only  to discard that idea,'for he knew instinctively that it could not be.  lie attracted some,, attention as he  walked. His damaged hand" was in  a black silk slin^. He smiled as he  detected more than no pitying glance  in his direction. He smiled but he  was annoyed, annoyed .with Holder,  more annoycll~witlr"himselfv  Animals Dying in Captivity���������Shipments to Eastern Dealers  Tlio enthusiasm concerning , fox  catching and ' farming in Yukon has  materially waned during the past few  weeks, owing to tho fact, tliii- the price  o<* foxes has decreased nearly 50 per  cent, sinco last summer ; nd that hun-  tlreds oi! foxo: hole, in captivity have    died from some unknown cause. Many  , 1 resorted lo of theso foxes wore black, and in some  ono week and cases, as high as ifl.500 to $2,000 had  been paid for them. One dealer who,  it is said, could havo sold his stock  of foxes in July for $Gr>,000. sold two  weeks ago for less than $35,000, the  k.tler price being, to somo extent,  due to tho decline Ju, prices*, but also  to the fact that Jinny ot the, animals  hud died in iho T.eantlnio. One young  1 iaek fox, for which ?t.<'00 had been  paid, died llvo days after being placed  in tho corral.  Owing to tho decline in price, fully  lliO young foxes, all of tho red variety,  held captive in southern. Yukon, have  been turned out to return tj their native haunts in tho, wilds. Previous  to sickness developing among foxes  in captivity linre, upwards of "00  young ones had been shipped from  Whitehorse i.lone*; to fox ranches in  New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and to dealers near Boston;  Mass; At present, there are not over  50 held in  .his locality.  A number are' experimenting with  mink farming, but great ��������� difficulty is  experienced in keeping them, wire corrals offering little resistance when  thoy seek their freedom.  ' Owners of black and silver gray foxes a.ro not discouraged over tho slump  in prices, bur, contend that they will  be more valuable than' ever within a  ,i'ew mouths.  WHY KEEP ON COUGHING ?  lint Is������ tad) Ull Will Slop II  Do you realize the danger iu 'a  nej-leeted couch?  Then why don't you get rid of it?  Yos, vou can shake it off, even though  it has stuck to you for a long time, if  vou go about it right.  Keep out in.the fresh air as much as  you can,'build up yonr strength with  plenty of wholesome food, and take  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyne.  This reliable household remedy has'  broken up thousands of hacking, per-  sklent coughs,' which, were  just  as  troublesome as yours, and what it,has  done for somauy others it-will do for you.  Ki-Dru-CoSyrup.of Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyne contains absolutely uo.  harmful drugs, aud so can be giveu  .-.afely to children, n9' well as adults.  Your physician or druggist can confirm  this .statement, for we are ready to send  tliein ou request a complete list of all  the ingredients.   .  Put tip in 35c. and "50c. bottles by the  National Drug and Chemical Co. of  Canada, Limited, 317  Physical Examination for C.-illdreh  Upon the recommendation of a special .commission ��������� in New York SU'to,  the legislature has enacted* that, before a working -certificate Is issued,  a thorough , physical examination of  every child shall be mado by a medi-  ca oflicer^of the Department of .'Health  and that a' duplies to record of the results of -tuch physical examination  shall bo transmitter to the Department of Labor. During six,months,  this law, in New York city alone, prevented 321 phyMca'ly unfit children  from going to work in factories.  It would bo well also that the definition of labor bo amplified, as brain  work is more exacting up*. ��������� tho physical stre: ^th tl.au muscular work,  and under present conditions the- environment during working : nirs of.the  average skilled mechanic is infinitely  moro sanitary than aro most ot our  offices  and  stores.       ���������  An' Appreciation of Lord Strathcona  Certainly the nineteenth " century  chronciles of our own "still young nation fail to furnish auy character, comparable.to this Canadian founder, lie  wr:i moro than a great captain of industry or a wholesale 'philanthropist;  more than a colonizer of vacant lands,  or a constructive statesman, or a voy-  ageur aud pioneer in his own person,  though he was all of these. - He exceeded the sum total of these varied  capacities in that he possessed ih addition, the trust and confidence oi." millions of people in most complete'measure.���������New York Sun.  Curious   Find'in   New  Zealand  A remarkable discovery has recently been made in Auckland, New Zealand, where the "railway department  in making a site at -Newmarket   for  new engine sheds has had gangs of  men digging away a portion of tho hi 1-  side some 20 feet thick.   The-workmen have encountered a 12 foot seam  of lignite "which represents a prune:  val   forest   which   flourished   several  thousand yearn ago      The 'deposit is  valueless from all but    a    scieatillc  standpoint, since it.is of tho consistency of cheese or yellow soap, and  cannot bc shattcrec   by dynamite or  displaced bv picks, the men having to  get rid of it. very slowly by digging  into it with vet spades.     Specimens  of kauri gum and complete   logs   of  well preserved kauri and other woods  have been found in the lignite, and it  is assumed by   geologists   that   tho  whole is tho remnant of i- very ancient  forest which  was "overwhelmed    by  volcanic eruptions an    upheavals r.nd  which wero iraivrrnt; in New Zealand  Thousands of years before the country  was inhabited.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  The principal grocer of a small  country town was chatting with ri-v-  eral customers when a discussion  aroso as to the wonderful sense of  touch of (ho blind.  Hero comes old blind Henry Perkins now, said the grocer. We'll test  him.,  Ho took a spoonful of sugar and  extended it to the old man.  Feel this, Henry, he said,' and toll  us. what, it   is.  ..-,..  Tho blind man put his hand in the  scoop, passed iti. contenti through his  fingers and said in a firm, confident  tone, "Sand!"  [Om DREAD  .-ggy  '**%*-  Internal parasites in. tho shane of  worms in the.stomach and bowels of  children sap thei- vitality and retard  physical development. They keep" the  child,in a constant stntp of unrest and.  if not attended to. f.-.ndange:* lifo.' The  child can be spared much suffering  and the, mother much,anxiety by the  best worm re;*.edy that: can he , got.  Miller's Worm Powders, which are  sure death to worm * in any shape.'  Prepare to  tnjoy its exhilarating frosts by  making your blood rich,  pure and active to pre-,  vent cold*, grippe  and rheumatism.  Good blood prevents sickness  and Scott's EmulsionwiW energize  your blood and ci'eate reserve  strength to endure changing  season*.  Scott's Emulsion is not an  experiment but has served humanity  faithfully for forty years; it contains  the purest cod liver oil���������free frorr  alcohol or stupefying drugs.  Scott's Emulsion is nature's  greatest blood-maker and furnishes  the elements necessaiy for body  warmth, rich/ blood and. healthy  circulation.     ,    *  Shan alcoholic substitute*, and, demand  .* (Ac genuine Scott's Emulsion  AT ANY DRUG STORE 13-73  -.���������'.>.'.���������*!aori a.nowtft himnh loWtA-iioN*.  While sitting n an olliee chair a  man may feel'just as young as" he used  to be, but after- running : block to'  catch a street ear lie changes his  mint**. .,  "'ear "  ,���������  lie is one of those ncar-ycgclai'ians.  _\t7.iio|._it. ���������i__7,nnr*vpp-pta**iarL-'-"-  Mother!,  -  Yes, my son? .  Do  you  believe  herit Xhe earth?  Why, yes, my  son;  inherit the- earth. ' ���������    -. .  Well, mother, when is pa going to  get it? " -   >   ���������>    ���������  tlie  race.:  will in-  tha  meek will  . Then'this, asked tho rejected suitor, is absolutely final.  Quite, was tlio calm reply. Shall I  return your letters?  Yes, please., answered , tho . young  man. .There's some very good, material in them I can use again!  Only One "BROMO'OUININE"  -That- is LAXATIVE BROMO QIJIN-  TNIC.   Look  for  tho  signature  of  E.  W. Grove.   ' Cures a "cold in One Day.  Cures Grip in Two Days!     25c.  The success of everything depended  upon, the .partnci. lie had turned  over possible mc*..", in his mind. Ilo  had a host- -f friends, but would thcy  stand that test.     He thought not, "  Holder? Bell had a shrewd idea as  to Holder's probity. He thought  that Holder would do anything for  money; he might do too much, He  would sell himself, hut then he would  sell the man vho trusted him. Helder was impossible.  So full was ho of his own concerns  that he had forgotten Gold, his startled ��������� exclamation, a-Jd his unceremonious exit" What, worried the little  man, ho wondered.  Ho wiib still idly debating Gold's  curious'attitude when the man he was  thinking about ,.llert him .'rom1 a taxi-  cab. Gold, ������������������>apt from tho taxi, paid  the driver and  crossed the road to  him.  I followed you from the club, he  said,     I wanted a talk witlt you.  Everybody seems* to want to talk  with mo, said noil, good-humourodly,  I was thinking of you when you came  up.  Where can wo go? asked Gold.  He never eats meat excep'. when he  is'invited out.  law giv-  Pa. said .loluiny, what is  or?'  Thero isn't any such thing, Johnny, replied papa, who had been invol"-  ed in considerblc litigation in his  timo. . <-  Uut this book says that somebody  was a great law giver', persisted the  youngster.  Then it's a mislt.ke,. replied *ihe  father, cynically. Law is never given. It's 'otailedin vory small quantities at very high figures.  is to  TPC-omme_nd_��������� a  Pedestrians Becoming too Common  A pleasant and'easy w .y of seeing"-  the world and living without working.-  is that of pretending'to b'������.on a walking trip around the world fo. a mythical  wager with  some equally, mythical club or personages, hu.3 exhausted its possibilities, in  Prussia.    The  authorities have come to the conclusion that this, type of traveler has become  so  numerous  as   .o  constitute  a public nuisance and the minister of  the interior has instructed the.police  to   prevent  them  from   selling post-  cardr  with   ���������"he:;-;    photographs,    announcing lectures or   otherwise   molesting the public, and to.discontinue   -  tho practice of certifying, upon their  passports or logbooks that,they have ������������������  been passed t.nrough this or that town  upon their"wandorii-gs.   If a-warning0  does not su'iTrtse to make,,them mov3  ,  on. thoy are to be arrested and punished for' vagrancy. '   V  Turkisn-Bath Substitute  . The Doctor���������What you need  perspire-freely, llsL  Turkish bath.  "The Plutocrat���������1 don'-'.* need it, doctor.     I can throw myself:-into a perspiration at any moment.  How?  liy reading my income-tax blank.  ' First-Turkish OiTicin. (presented  with .a photograph of the now Turkish  navy in lieu of six months' deferred  pay)���������So wo'vo got a dreadnought,  havo we?  ���������  Second Turkish Onicinl���������-T don't  know who gets Ihe dread, but I know  we've got the nought.  ' Magistrate���������Pat Murphy., the constable says you were .fighting. What  havp vou, to sliy for yourself?  ��������� "Weil, your worship, Oi had a clean  white shirt on, and Oi was so moighty  proud av it that Oi got-up a bit av a  row wid a man sr* as Oi  *ud take me  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  1    ARE SAFE AND SURE  "coat, an' vest off and show-it.  sure"  _rlA._  TENDER  FACED MEN  SKouId uso  ULflltUKA  SOAP  Let us go into the* park.  They loft 1hc path, and  begun to  walk across   the    stretch   of   green  sward.  1 am going to be straight with you,  said Gold, 1 hav*- no doubt you were  wondering what upset me, and why  1 left.  I did womlr-r u little, said Doll, ,  Well, you needn't worry about if,  hoeuuMc 1 wanted to call up Homebody  on the phono 1c confirm my Biispic--  Ion.   That, suspicion has   boon   coii-  firinod.  What do you nirrn? asked Hell,  lie slopped lu hit- sfi'ldo and looked  ill lhe other.  Two of  thoso live dollar hills you  handed to    .0 wero t'orgeriot*.  Korgorli'ii?  Thoy wi.ru forged, repeated Gold.  Thny weru two of ninny thouKiindn  which are in w in dreulal! >n, \VIhm*o  did you gi't. tliein?  1 ohangi'd thom for n n*n.i I nu t at  lunch, Ilo luul no KiikHbIi money. Me  wanted u ,cr. nolo for pomotlilng, ho  wuh 11 mi'inb-T of thr p.irty with which  I wuu dining '.nd 1 cliiingrd it.  Gold'u eyi'H I't'ai'i'hed hlsi face.  In that I rue?  What do you menu'.' nhki-d lho oilier  wiih urowiiiu ivsoiitmeiit lu hiu tune,  why should I toil you a lie'.'  Who wns tlio man?  Ar, Hint, niniiii'iil il dawned upon  ComHtoi'k Moll how the notes camo  Into bin piiHi-tf'Ks-lon. Ho had got  them from Mulder. Holder, .on (.ho  pl'f-ti'M ol roM|i;iniij' Hid priiiiiii;;, nail  Dean "Ramsay, in his "Scotch Wemi-  uisccnees," relates tho following: Ono  day the bishop of Lichfiold saw a number of miners seated on tlio ground,  and went up to srpoak to.them. Ou  asking what tlioy woro.doing, he. was  told that they had'heon "loying.*," The  bishop, much dismayed, asked for an  explanation. Why, ye see, Haiti one  of the men, ono of ,us found a kottlo  an'"we have hem trying who can tell  tho biggest lio to win it.  Hia lordship, greatly -"hocked, began to lecture them on1 tho great of-  fonso of lying. 1 have al-wuys folt so  strongly on this malt or, ho concluded,  that I havo novor told a Ho in tho  whole course of my life. Ho had  scarcely finished when ono of his hearers oxi'liifim-d: Gii* tho governor tho  ketllo! Glc the governor tho kettle!  Socialist, orator���������Toll mo why it is  you have to work from morning until  night.  Auditor���������II is tho only time wo got.  Wo sleep from night till morning,  THE WAV OUT  From  Wenki-i.'ss  to   Power  by   Food  Route  Scientific Management  Waitress (to tho"other, a new comer)���������You must keep your eye on that  professor. Ho never gives a tip, but  ho always pays for his" coffee twicu  ovor.  HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Uo-  * ���������: rd for any cas   of Catarrh that cannot he curod bv H'al"s Catarrh Curo,  V. .T, CHUNKY ."i CO.. Toledo. O.  Wo, tlwi 11111101-8115110(1 Imvo known V. T.  Clienoy for Hid lnnt 10 yem-ri ninl boliovo  lilm peifoeily 'irmnrnl'*������ In nil huHlncHi*  ti'niisnrilon.s ninl nii'ine'.ully able in cuny  out miy olillnntloii iiimti' hy IiIh firm,  NATIONAL U.'NIC Of COMMl'IKOIiJ.  Tole.'o, O.  Hull's Cnlnvili Curo In tnkviv Intm-nnlly,  nfitiiiMfdlrofiily upon tlio blood nnd nuic-  01111 MurfnceH -"' tl'o f-yHtom. Toflllmonlnm  sunt   freo,    Prlco  "r>   ctr-ntti    pot*  bot Ilo.  Bc.i-'   by   nil   Di'UitbIhI"-. ,  Tuko  IIiiU'h  1'V.iully  r  putlon,  for  conrtl-  Tvo men woro i talking nbout a  friend and his motor car.  He seonis Co he vory well wit lulled  with it, remarked one, Hasn't paid  a copper in repairs nil tho nine months  lie's had it. hn IoIIh me.  Yes, replied the t ther. 1 hoard tho  Rinne story from tho fellow who's  done all the repi'rH.  A littlo girl, findinc: her grandfather  dozing, clamored on to his knee and  endeavored to awaken him by pulling  his eyelashes. "Annoved at being disturbed from a peaceful nap, the old  man scolded tho child for her roughness.  ��������� ��������� Wough, sho exclaimed, pouting. I  wasn't wough. I .was only, twying to  open your eyes by the stwlngs.  A country gentleman recently had  his house fitted with electric bells and,  giving his instructions to hie sorvant,  lie said:  Now, I want; you to understand me  clearly, Joseph, that when I ring once  I want you, and when I ring twico I  want Maggie, lho houremaid.  The bell rang. Joseph never moved.  Presently it rang again, and Maggie  hurried to-her master, who was very  angry.  Why didn't, that rascal Joseph como  when I rang for him? demanded tho  gentleman.  Why, 'sir,..answered Ma-agio! Joseph  was busy reading the paper when ho  hoard tho first ring, and ho said to mo:  Now, "Maggie, wait until master rings  again and then ll wlll bo you ho wants.  Valuable Furs Belong to Czarina  The finost fur& in the world are pos-  BCHHod hy the Czarina of HurrIii,  whoso collection i.f Russian sahlcs bus  been valued at |1.250.000. Her ��������� Majesty has sable cloaks which ni point of  iiunlity anil natJi'iil dark color could  net bo mulched. Ono of tho most  welcome present*-" lo which tho Czarina's friends look forward Is to rocoivo  from her a sable necklet or muff, for  they know that If L would be vory difficult to match.  Mothers  wanting  a  safe aud  .yiain o,1 y |1q v t "h q{ ������ 1 Iff] q n l\Qii CaU=  pehd upon Baby's Own Tablets'. They  are absolutely guaianteed by- a government analyst' to contain neither  opiates-, narcotics'"'or other .injurious  drugs'. Concerning them Mrs. G, L.  Bonham, St. Georre, Out., says:���������"I  can recommend MJtby's Ow Tablets,  as a safe.and nu" medlcion for littlo  ones. I have raised four babies with  their aid and would not '*- wilhout  thom." Tho Tablets ire sold by  medicine deal*, t or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr."William's*.  Medicino Co.. Brockville, Ont "���������  He S'.umpec' Teacher  Children, said the teacher to her  pupils, you should bo ablo to" do anything .cquallj well with either hand.  With a littlo practice, vou will find It  just as easy to do anything with one  hand as it Is with the other,  Is it?  Inquired^ ih'*  urchin  nt tha  foot of the class;"   Let's so you put.*  your loft hand in tho right-hand pock'  ct ol your trousers.  It Testifies for ltse!f.--Dr, Thomas'  T<jrIc)cIi-Ic Oil tvedfj... no testimonial ol  its powers other ;han itself. Whoever  trios it for oiirjib or colds, for eutu  01 contusions, for sprahu; or burns,  for pains In the limbs'or body, woll  know that the medicine proves Itsolf  and ij'-odfl no guarantee. This showg  why -his oil is in    ueral use.  Query  Time is money, so they say,  Yot, If this is so,  How Is it-that "Time is short'"  We would liko to know?  rv  Constantly  d-.lf'rttltlilt.w  P"  ,1 .'.I,'*...'  l.'1't H'l"  for all toilet, purposes, especially sliavinK ;>"(1  .shampooing, with occasional use  of Cuticura Ointment, been use so  effective m jvmnvinj' tlh'ht irritations, rcdni>sf roughness, pirn-  ���������les, dandruii, t-tr., of the J-V..I!  nr' scalp  and   promoting  im lie P'-ilLst'd thb,, iiiiotli'T Idon nun*-,  lo him. .lore was an opportunity. It  idronuthenoil  his-* plan.  What Wits tliii* mail's ninnc.*'.' iiakcil  Itifild.  A nii'ui n.'iiiici. Wiiii'tii-i, fiiiu \'<iiu������  stock Hell Hkiwly,    i.  Wllli'ttH? Ymi told mo lust ni*;ht  you li.ul ni'Vcr nic-t. Wlllrtlfl.  1 did not f-oor.iati*- tho' |>i'i*mu of  whom ymi spoko w'Mt the man I mi-t  lit tlm Smuy, he mild.  Iiii'ul   n'iiInA   .l'.     lilr.lll.  That wnti -ill 1 wanted tn know, he  ,���������'d, I am r,*j!t;i;  to find Hil.i Will.*-'-*  , i | havi- -ni idea lh.it when I find Mm  and ���������  Get I Inn the rlKht start fo, lho day's  work often mi-iins tho difference between dolus things in wholesome comfort, or dniKHliiK iiIoiib half doad all  i y.  There's more in the uuo nf proper  I'ooil than ninny peoplo over di'i'iini ol  ���������inovo'H the plly.  'Throo yours lf-o 1 Iipriui woi'IiIiik  in a fti'iicral hi ore," writes a man, "und  between frciiuont dollverUs and more  I'reiiueiit -"iii'tomers, I was kept on my  feel from ntt-rnlnfi Till nlKlit.  "lndlKOBlion had troubled mo for  some time, anil in fuel my sllRht  breakfast wac taken mnio from Habit than appetite. /t flr-it. thla Instil'-  Holom diet, w;.s not polked much, hut  al work it nu.do me weak und hungry  ii-ittr*   Urtfnvo   nmiil.  "Yet a brcakfuHt   of   rolls,    fried  IrUHtl"    ill 111    .'AJlU'l*       tin:.till.      I..-,..'.,.. ,',<;, '  mutt-civ and kinilre.! illt'coiiu'orl-i,  F.tlher way I wan loslm; wi i|-ht and  Htmnprll., when .um dny n fiiend hiik-  Rested   that   1   try . a   "Grape-Nuts  1..M.-l1.f-l<*!T "  "Ho 1 bCKiin wiih koiiHi Mowed lrujl,  Grape-Nuts nnd e.ream, a soft boiled  ogK, toast, and a nip of Postum. ny  noon 1 wiih Ininrftry hut with a healthy,  normal appetite, Tho weal., IiiiikuIiI  fiftlln-;- was not thero.  "My "..ead w.vs Nearer, nerves sicatl-  iti" thnn lor ini-ntha Today my ,t*mv  ai.11 Is Htronpr, my appetite normal,  bodily  power -'pli'iidh! nnd !j.*.id  The people who could really tell -.fi  pomethiiis aboii'. thrift ..re probably  so busy practicing It thoy havo uo  timo to wrlto    says,  A until went into a shop tlin other  day and asked to seo some patent tins  burners.  The shopkeeper showed him some,  Plckiim one ..p, the man united whin  Hint would ii<������,  Oh, said Ihe bhopkooper, Unit will  save half the (pis,  It' you put .no iu two I shan't havo  any r.'aa bill to pay.  Now, said tlio uin'-lelan, hmlllnp, 1  am not about to extract from this lint  a rabbit, That irick Is too easy. I  will remove from this hat. a choice  pnrlorhoiiHO steak, lho sort you pay  28 cents a pound for. . After which 1  will uhow you how thn tl'lelt Is done,  so that each of you mny easily���������  Hut in*.' in.ini'.'.iu n>'t wi i'..'...,;'. ]'r.  llti (������������������urerwrr; \o learn the uuilleru'O  fnlrly mobbed him.  Stlf-Preservatlon  Old Itoxlolgh���������Marry my diiui*.htor? ���������    1 am Kind to tlnd you better, said  Why, you aro supported by your fath- n phyniclan lo   a famous   comedian  or. ��������� | upon payliiR him a professional visit  Sullor���������YoB, sir; but my nnv'nor Ih one mornlnj*;.     You followed my pro-  tired of supporlliiR mo, he says, and I scrlption of course.  - .Hiu.        .Indeed, I did nor, doctor, replied tlio  nick iiiuii, or I should havo broken my  *""'   V������ I��������� n      thought I'd Ret Into another family.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Mistress���������Now, Sarah. I want you  to ho careful' about broaklniV this vase  as it, cost a Krent deal of money, and  1 would halo to hnve it carelessly broken the first thliiR.  Sarah (thro days later)���������There's  your vaso, ma'am and I couldn't have  broko It more cnrofully if I'd tried for  a month.  neck,  Hroken your n.ek! exclaimed lh������  doctor in iiniir/.emoiit.  Yes,'snid the other, for I t.nrow your  proscription out of tho window,  AbBomlod Husband tin ''Paris)���������My  wlfo asked n.o while I was out to Ket  her Rome can do cologno Now,  what the deuce is "onu do coloune"  In French?  ! I Fhall be rlddlin; myself of a Krein.  V. N. U. 98-i  Itrrlty in his voice.  (Tt   bo  Contlnu ill  Canadian   Postum  Head "The Jti.a..  pkK-i.   "Theie'H   a  al Ways ele.'.r.  Name rIvcij by  Co., Windsor, Out  to WellvUle," In  Ilea sou."  Ever read the abova letter** A new  one **P^ari������ h<-m *-(ri,c 'to ^mt- T''c/  are (jenulne, true, and full it human  interest.  Why do >i.ni Insist un a Ions ti)i;.i".;c  nient'.' ,    .   ., -,.  Well, to tell you tho truth, imswrireil  tno >iitiinti ni.v.i, i ���������Usi..''. ������!-      '-'���������>   r-.'-t'j  married until I ml rid ol ilie IhhioII-  mentrt on tho eiiBUBomcnt ring.  The uppollti; of the finest wns a lionn  one, and ho was iloliiK full Justice to  tlio excellent dinner provided by his  hort. ' Tliellltle dau'tliter nf Ihe hniiHft  watched him npi'iniioiithrd for a while,  then, finally she smiled on him brightly and mid:  Oh. 1 do wish ynu were here to dinner every day.  The Rucpt beamed with siitlsfnellon,  Do you, my duir7 Why? he inquired. , . ,      i  Permi'-e, enmo thr- uiieM.eetrd reply,  Ithii'o won't Iw nnjihlng i-oia to eat  tO'inom������w.  Bo Toil" Feel Chilly f*  Feverish and Ache all Over   g  DR. PIERCE'S  (Koldeit Medical Hiscovery  IUiitorM KtiTlty to th* llftt ond to Uie elreuhtlon���������tho blood ii       " -   -  *purlr\*d, the dln-Mtton 11111 ������pp������itiU improY������il and tha "whole body  feeli Uia inTWomtinn fore* oC thin extract uf natiro m������di*r(nal  t.Unt*. In conMquenea, U>������ heart, brain and nemea feel Ui������  vefreaUnc inflotnee. For ever 40 yeara thla rtllabla remedy haa  been aotdln liquid form by all t-nt-mclna i-feilera. It e*n now alia  bo obUinod fat tablet form In f 1.00 and We boi������a. If your drofTijIii  -    - .    ��������������� ���������> iv lilt t������..i������.U  Th* Common Sent* Medical AitUer-a book ot  .1008 poffet���������anttivr* till medifnt t/utttlon*.  StndSOo in otit-unt ttatrwt to It, V, Pierco, M, Ih X.JI  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  NOTICE u hereby Kiven tint, apph-  oatieu will 1xj made to tha Suporiat6nd-  'ent of Provincial Police, , Victoria for a  liccuso to sell liquor by wholosalo" upoa  tha promisoa Bitu-vtid on tot (I, BloelcJS,  '..Oa.'i.hrtrlaiul TownBite, Cumberland, B.O  GlAhV MUSSATTO.Applioii.L  D*ted thin iat day .? October'1913.-   -  KOOOE ia htroby given thatoa tho first  djy of D '.sin'w next application will lie  mado to tho Superiutnidt-ufc of Proviiiciul  Police, Victoria; fer the renewal of tho ho-.,  U\ license to ocll ,liquora by rotuil tu tne  hotel known as thoLirno hotc*, sttufttedat  Comox, IJ.ts. Geohgk M. Barlow  Dxted Ootober 1, 1918.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  fiist day of November', 191,3, application  vill be made to ihe Superintendent ot  Provincial Police, for a renewal of' tliii  wlulcsalii liqu ir license upm llie premises known as J,of 24, Subsection i, Nelson District.  1'lI.SKNKlt "BRKWINO  COMI'ANV.  Dated October 1st, lyij  -of British Columbia, Ltd!-  tn.  *.*mi������������*i*Mrmmnwmawvrm  NOriOU  is  h-roby; Riven -hut en the  flr-t ilAy. of December nuxuippli.-tit.oujttil.  hu raada to th(> S������|.o iiittnidm.t ut Pi-oviu-  , oial Police, Viot.i-i-i, f..ra r-xiuHul uf the  , li^toi lucr.sa t<> aelljiqu-ra by. ri-t<i,:l   in  tho hotel kiiowu ai Lite  Union hotel, situate, at  UfoV Ii.i\   JojiJi N. McLBen.  Ua-.id tho lHiday <>f Oetohir, 1013 .  THE S. S. COWIUllAN. WILL SAIL ASU-NDER  ,  _ Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves'Couiox, Sunday, 4 p��������� m...������ ...'.'....'. .Tuesday ti p,  .Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. nr... .Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  ,-     For DemuauIsland, Nanaimo and Vancouver.   "  .-���������'���������*  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver,, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  For Natiaimo, Union Bay.and Comox.  Subject to change without notice.  NOTICE ia lior������by ijiv-11 Mint on tno  first Any of. D-eaintior uext, iipjjliev.ou will  hu undo to iJiu .Hauarinttvndciit ut Pr.oviuo'uii'  Polioe, Victoria, for tbo renewal of tho hotel Hceune to 8d11 liqunn-by retail Ui the  h-'feil known as tho liv.-f������ido ho-wl, nitun^ee  at Courtonay, B. C. 0. [['. Fi-chhbii  l>-.tod Goto her 1, 1913.    '   "' ���������  iP**'M ���������' <������ ������.��������� ^ * ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� a- ��������� m,t mijgum ������ tm-mi  NOTIOK i.;i uereby^ivim Ui������t on" tbiK  first diy of 'DccomUr next upplioatiou������ill  bo m������de to'the'SunBrlutunJont ..f Pruvin-  cial Police, V'ctoi-iii, for there������o������alof tho  hott.1 lioenas to sill h*su������ra by m sail iu tlie.  Lot.-l know*- aa tho WlUoa holt], in tun tod  at,Ui-ioa Bay B.C.  , .Alfrsd HilTJt Horsk  "' btttod, OclobM11, 1913.  NOTICE 13 herol<y given tuut ou th������  first day of Daceinber "---xt apylio&tion will  be mn.de to the Su(>eriiiter;<laut of Provincial Po|ioe, Victoria, for the reriovval of ihv  llOU'l liceu*-" to Bull liq.iOrts liy rufcail lu thi'  lio������;l kno-vn as th>> Nolsou hotol, silm.c*  $t U i*.ip.n Bay, B.O. John Fkaa������.h'.|  Datod Ootolwr 1^, 1913.  The Courtenay Hotel  ..   Iilvwy convenience for guests.  The Oeutial Hotvl for Sportsmen  Notio but ihe Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Wax- ��������� ,     *r ..  RATES REASONABLE  DRINK  The purest aud best BEKR, and  made in Cumberland.  gsggp&TOi-aff^ ���������  ������  IOI61  J.   N.   MeJiEOP     yPx30i?sxEZ*or.  Kuglish 4 x BUIiTON njwuys on tap      also, the famous MILWAUKEE  ;     'BEEltS-Atihonssr, Bohomiau, Sol. te,.&o. '    "OLD GREY BEARD"  ." 8COTOU WHISKY, Boat ,\V inoj5;aud Liquora of all kinds  Tlm guarding and Lodging Dlpartmwit, undpr tiio immediate aupcrmtcndaiioB  ���������j. ���������    will bo touid Pirat olasa in every rcspeot.;,*  SATSS,  91 00 per day and Up  SfiSSS^SSSSESSSS  ���������la-^Bre-^-Jss^^  ran  Brewers' Dried -Grains  ���������'.'Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  .��������� '..-IL' .JM L-'TT  John Johnston,   Prop  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company; Ltd.  !        Distributors   *     N^iVAIMO, B. C.  IN THE COUNTY COURT UF  N^NA.IMO IIOLDBN AT  NANAIMO.   '  IN TII IS MATTER OF William  XIarbort Ilatlow   decettsod, in  tc-Jtate, lute of Courtonay, B C.  AND  IN THE MATTE tt of the '-OHi-  ciitl Admiiiistvittore Act,1'  TA.KF NOTICE that by order of Hie Honor Jmlgo Htirkor,  inndo on the llth day of Feb  runry, JOl-t, I waa appointed  Adminiatralor of tho Estate of thy  al>ov������ mentioned decoasod, and all  jhiities having chiims agiur.Gt the  ���������Haul ostnto are hereby required to  funiiiih Htime, properly verified, to  mo on or boforo tho 15th day of  March 10 U. AND all par-  tiot- indebted to -said ostate, are ro-  qniretl to,pay the' amount of their  indobtednouB to mo forthwith.  Dated tbia llth day of Fobru  nry 10U.  W. WbsT'Kv Wim.a������t������,  Otlloial Adiniiiiatmtor,  Cnuiberhuid, H. C.  NOTICE  *������������������BBWMIIIII ���������OffMWW-���������    ,  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  (1  Every conveyance from the  Es qui malt- & Nanaimo Railway"  Company, not already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May 31st,  next, pursuant to, the Land Regis,  try.Act Amendment Act, 1914."  L. H. SOLLY,  Land Agent  CANCELLATION OF JtE-  "*   , SERVE.  NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that  the reserve, the notice of which appeared in the tl. C. (".azytte on' the 27th d.ty  .if DecemrJer, 1907,' is cancelled 111 so fasts it relates to the following parcels of  ;,itKl:-the \V. 1 2 of the S. E. 1-4; the  S. W. 1-4 and ihe,t>. 1 : of the N.��������� \V.  l-'4*.\est of the nver in Sccuon 4; thc.S.  E-. 1-4, the S. E. 1-4 of the S. VV. 1-4'.  and the N. E. 1-4 m Srctiow 5; ilie !s.  i-j of the S. E. 1 4 in Section S; the S E.  1-4, the S. W. 1-4 .-imd the K. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Section 16, ami the E. 1-2  of the S. E j-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Sayward I)is.net, and  the N. E. j 4 of iln- N. K. 1-4 in Suction 32; the N I*: 1-4.. of the S \V 1 4 and  the N \V 1.4 and N 1-2 of the N E 1 a in  Section 33; the N 1-2 of the N \V 1-4  atid the N 1-2 of ihe N E 1-4 iri Section  34; and the S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township (*,  Sayward District.     "    , ���������  The said lands will be open for entry by  pre-enip-tioiion Monday, the 18th day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications  to bo"������iade at tbe  office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.    No Pre-emption   Recoid shall  include more tnan 40 acres  of land except in cases where it is desirable lo  include sniall fractional  portions.,of legal  Subdixlsiniis- information in winch con  nection may be obtained from plans   on  view at ihe above mentioned Agency.  B'.A. RENWiCK  Deputy MinUtcr of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria, IJ. .C,  February nth  1914,'  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE  LIQUOR ACT, 1910:-  Section 42.������  NOTICE U  hereby gtveti  that  one   ..nrionth froin dale;  application will;'bia made to tho  Superintendent of Provincial pol-  "icF"fof"a-iic"etiBe7'for_'ilie���������ittle of  liquor by wkolesale in and upon  the premises eit.iated iu the town  of Courtenay, ll. C, known and  desciibed us Lou* 30 and 31, Sectional 1.  Dated,this 15th day of'.April,  1914 ���������    ' '   ���������������������������  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad Reilel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section i'2.   , *  NOTICK is hereby given that,  on the lutday of December next,  application^ will bo mndo to tho  Superintendent of Provin������ial Police for icnew.'il of the hotel licence  1*1  to sell liquor by retail in tho bote1  known us tno Mulaspimi Hotvl,  ���������filiate at Lund, in lho Province of  liritial* Columbia,'  Dated this 8ih day of October,  1913,  FRED TIIU LIN  Applicant  Q. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  NOTICE  . -A'-.  Sportsmens Goods  aud  r  t  i General Hardware i  ^���������VV^^t^^������W*V^Mp  Violin Strings, Talking ma-  diiue needles nnd Victor Records  for sale .it tho Newfl office.  Any poi'Bun or porwiifl, outtin^,  rotuoving or tftking nny Itlocki*,  tltnbor or wood, of nny doecriptiotln  )olonging to tlio Wellington Col-  dory C-a'y., or from or off tho land  tif tbo nnid (Jotnpnny, or anyotio  tipping rubbish of any description  nnywhci'O upon i-hc iwtnpany'fl  land wiil Iki piOBWiiuni to tlio full  oxtont of tho law,  J, U. LO0KAR1),  Gonoml Munngor,  Cnllii'n* (Vi.v.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland* B.C. 1913  RECEIPTS.  Gov't grant to City... .������6037 95  Gov'-t-grant to Camp.., 10G8 25.  High School fws.'....'. 370 00  Special Gov't .grant... .-2500 00  Paid by City, of Cumberland       3-110 7(5  Total Receipts. ... .S1230U 90  'EXPENDITU RE,  Teachers' salaries* ....  ������7025 00  Janitor   Sciivnngor...'   'lVlep-ritn?. telephoiu*..  A, Maxwell, lmulage...  " * "-^  Potter *k   Kirkbrido..  linuliige   T. D. McLean, stution-  ei'v ��������� and  reimihs..  ���������VER 05 YEARS"  PERJEN'dE  am  Dcsicr-s'  C0PYBIGHT3&C.-  An yono nonnlJig a ������kctj>H'ond dMciipllnit may  qutoklv iisc-nruiln osir op'.jilou freo wii&ili������r ta  'llonssiSrtlrcoundoiitSia. HM-aMOScalces'  QtilVtt  soiit free. Ol.lcst rgoncf tor twvniitr Dili nt*.  l'atanui ulron tliroutrU Siuim Jt O*. Kooil  rjw lal notlcf, wlltoutct:*!r';e, lui n������o  ripan  A. II. Peace v.   station-  ���������   >  cry and books..,.  Islander, printing   News  u  C. II. Tai'bcll, supplies  and labor.,   Dr. G.K'.MacNangiiton  medical inspection  Thomson Stationery Co  books .;���������������������������,- ���������-  Freo Text Hook'' Oiiice  books   J'. J. Dosggan, Trustees,  Associiition.  Daily   Province, adv'g  Sec'y's salary  12  uios  Newbury & Ashley,Insurance, new school  Postngi- and ^station-  ,   cry,, 12 uios.   Wm. Potter, labor....  D. Kilpatrick, coal..  ..   hauling .,  C.C;(D)Liuiited, coal  S. Leiscr & Co.,*'cIia!k  Shibata, clock...,-   U10 Od  '80 01 -  0 Oii  U 90  ��������� ]"2 50  -Ir  Ot  .03 If.  3 4 Ot  10 Ol  ' 4-1 5f  112 5'  23 21  25 k  10 00  -   2 70  GO 00  145 00  10 00  33 50  22 5^  127 "ot  , 1  0t  ," G 5<  A hsnouciadly i!lus'.r".i....i vcci>iv.   Jjuvcat .-tr. ���������  cjilati'.u cf any rclc-W'rte j.ia-.--^!.   'iiS-mi tor *  Brsjjch OUIco^& 1-- St.. WiuwLk! u* J. i!''  NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS  Q KALI-ID   TENDERS,   super������cril  ^ "Ten.lei" f.r L-ick-up and* M.trr  12  25  22 51  . 7 70  34 00  55  5  IIaymani&Mcliae,to\rl's  T. E. Hate, hose, glass  .BUi'dries. .���������.   G. Downes, books   L. W.   Nunns,   water  .12 inca   Hoyeton  Mill,  lumbor  High school pupild, six  day's   teaching...  School koyfi   Washing towels  Special grant expendit-  tui'o, Clark&Stewai't  Co, Ltd. funiitui'v..  A. MoKinnon, furn'tre  Septic lank.... ,       275 00  Repairs to  old  whool     SU0 00  MapB \        45 00  Lahnr putting   in  new  "    de-iku       100 00  12 00  1 30  C 00  1150 07  200 00  Don't   forget   to   pUcc   your  next oalcr for printing with us.  NOTNJE.  Riding on locomotivoH and mil  way wira of Uio Union Oolliory  Company by any person or por-  BonB���������except tain crew���������i-J strictly  proMbHwi, Kmploj'coB nro tmb-  ioc lo cJtflmieHftl for allowing enm-  I5y order  J. R.  LOCKARD,  General Manage  IN Til E| COUNTY   COUKT  OF  NANAIMO HOLDKN AT  CUM BE ULAN I)  IN   TIIE   MATTEU  of ThomaB  Sniith, cb'cenBod, into*"tale, who  died in Nul-son Diotrict on April  2u,th1l   .  AND  IN Til K MATTE It i of tho'-Oflinul  Adtninit-trHtore Act"  TAKE NOTICE that by order  of Hiu Trnnor^.Tiid|*-i������ MnrVor. rnndi*  thti Rib day of November 1913,Tw������p  a])polnlcJ adiiiiuiKtiMtorof the J'.V-  tato of tho ubovo���������nionlionetl do-  cdiipmI, and all parties lmvin-/  c!.ii*:;rj.i^uiutt tlia trtM -eoliilc uiv.  I1 ( furni?h enmo,  properly verified, lojiiio on or boforo tho 18th duy of Diicombor,  1013, AND all ponies indebted to  sa d estate, arc required to pay the  amount of thoir fndebtcdne u to  n.e forthwith, ������  D it nl th id llth dav of  Novum  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -i'2.  NOTICE is heteby jjivon that,  on tho 1.-4 dny of Decombur next  application will be nr.iib* to lho  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renownl of tho hotel licence  to hoII liquor, by iota!) in tho hotel  known asjlho Willows Hotel, Hitu-  uio atCiimpboll ttl.vor, ln tbo Pro-  vinco of Britinh Ciilunilii.i,  Diilt'd thin i^th day of October,  lOlil.  OHAKLES THULIN  Applicnnl  *^������5^?5 Wood'fi KwnpliptoWi  /!���������)   (rri'<U   JllH)li"(t   J.r  im������������ n.ti.1 iTivlRflriiiontln.  W7ifi'tf "JI ' ui  tirtut  Jamiifiit   jUouhu,  jfv.dfjt-  **} Yiiwtamv\ iTivlRflriicntliu wlnilh  ^VV.*f������^>J-������K,i'-'i'V.iU*l (^ViiU-iu, UuUu)4 ii'-'V,  V>iWW&&l\\c*l in ofil Viiliui. Vu.-.'tA'-rv  iu1) Ueltttitu, Mental nml llrnln Wvirv, Da  /wka-wv, iitsunl Wtuktv*. l'lnttiio^t,iv������-  tnnUirrhmn, anil Jltfwla ufA'oiucof hrenntt.  I'lloO'-Ji por to*, Hlxfnrfci, ,Oiw v������lllplw}i-c.r.������  will mro. '-Witt by All nru������f������liiU or iimllmt tii  jiln.1'1 >.tn������ on r.vi'ii't nf in-liv. Vein iniiu" nlrl  VMtitilJVtt, ThoWooaMetflulnoOo.  t/mntrlvWiAdtor) Torontm, Odt  Total cxpendit, 1013   ������12302 00  High ncliool fees due ^54 00  Itoppectfnlly fiiibtnittod,  THOMAS H, CAREY,  Secretary.  Ronrd of School Trustees, Cum-  beilaml, II. C��������� Jan. 3, 1014  I hereby certify tlmr 1 havo ex-  tiniined the books and nceotinU of  the Cuinberlaiid public nud hi^h  schools and find thom correct as  uot forth above.  J. STKWART,   "  Auditor.  VIN A NCI AT     STAl'K MICN T  Cumberland Nij������hl School 301'3  RKCKIPTS  Govuninieiil (Miiiit  ^SOO.OO  Subscription     157.50  S517.50  KXPEN FUTURE  Tei'-her' snliiryO iimntliH $.450 0(1  '.lnnilor ' " 'in. 00  Light '< 17.50  CWh on hand Dec, 31, 1013 5 00  i-i bed  up aiid* .Married  Constable's ���������Q.i-n-ieis ai   I'ouell 'River.'  vyill be receiiedby the   Honour.tljlc the-  XI ������t\i^;vc*������- of Public Works up  to nnon of  Friday '.lie z.itii div of Febuiinv 1914 for  '������������������'.��������� ' ' "'  he  erection aiul cemi*!ciicm' of  lock-up  md married const.-iblc's quarteis at Pow-  ���������II   River,   in    ilie    (Joniox    1-ZIectcial",  ON'rici.-'  Plans, speciticatunii-, continct an<l  ���������irms ol tender'may bCscen on and af-  '.-i- the 2nd clay ol. February 1914^ '*t the  fiice ' of the Piovincial Constable,'*;������'  i'.-jw������ij- Riiei ; Mr. J. Kaird, G������ver"i-  ��������� nent Ayent, .Tuuibfiliiiul, li. C.;-yir." J.  Mahony, Governinent Agent, Viaicbuver  ���������i. C:\ or the Dep.ntmeni of Pjblic  Works, Victoria _���������  Intending lendei'crs can, for tbe sum.  f ten dol'.ais (Sio), obtain one  ropy of the n'nn's and' specifications by  tpplying to tho undersigned, '.\liich sum  vill 'be refunded on their relui-n ni'  jond order.  Each proposal muit be accomphiiiod ;*  iv an accepted  bank chejue or- aertifi---  .-aie ofrieptwii on .1 chartered  LmiIc of  'Janada, aiade pay.'.ble .to llie   Honour-  ible ihe Minister of-Public Works, for" a  in,,  equal to to  ier cent of the lender,  ���������hic.'i shall be forfeited if tlie party te.n-  -Ici.ng drciine   to   enle; .into contiacl.  -viien_calledyi|JQiiJl)_Lkriso._oUL_be_LuL.  0 complete   ihe    work contracted' for.,  1 he cheques 01 ctititicaies of deposit'of  aiisucccs-slul lendcrers. will ��������� bc relunied  tu* ihe-n upon the execution of the  contract. . , ' ,   *���������       .  Tenders will not, be considered wiilces  uiade out on the farms supplied, sijjned  willi the actual siyn.Uure of the tenderer and enclosed in the envelopes furn-  i."*hcd.  The io-vesl or any lender uot nccessar  ily acceple-d,  J. li. GRIFFITH,  Deputy Minister and I'libln; Woiks  ISngineer; Department of Public Woiks;  Victoria, B. C.( January 31st, 19;.).  (H4  (do  wemms  .���������������������  &������K*j ;������������������!   ft'  -* v������  ^���������u,(_,V'*  i      'v,'.i<*J  i.i      *J L.      (.4...J  *���������s   fy,  Cnna-JIna Cloverr,mcrit teflto  r.hov/ v.'O fiKvc t'10 p'.ico-jt, ������|  anil liiglifistatrcKfrlligoods, (y?.]  (JiSIctt'n Is ������;*.c-i by tiio /^q  txr.t FJakci'3 nn;l Cstcrcra ^/lu  C\sts r;o #'  cvorywhoro.  1:1010 limn tiio interior  a-Jultcrnled Iclnja.  E. \V. G1LLCTT CO..I.TO. ft  Toronto, Ont. .'.?-  >-%*  Ttrj Bn.'.i������l Utcrtno Vo.ilc. *oi  &8������  CIl^Xl  ivrli  iH-Wi-f'-r tlfJ^i'iiJ.  fuliiln tiu'cij (u������;r������tAi  ISyriV **v ������' Hi-enjitl-.fi,. J.fl: ������o. li,  RCKUlUOr O't V T������Ji V. cri������k';l>. c* .I  U'i^i'iivt.  ���������������������'  Of HlTHJltl���������Mj.  tr,**'.*. lio.I"-.  wm*, ti p'.r fx.'.*.'  I'V Ml ilniKiTdi'-i, or iv^t  ���������uvjiwra  tu-  j ouMpt. at kJwk  fnio VftW'iHlot,   ���������wVl^.if THU  ttKv&lu)r'������iKrCo..TwfloHTo.okt. vfiwrtr wv*t������&  V)Ui'Klci*w *llT.  wr.t-jwulalci  WA l.y ull il  bf-r, IDIIJ;1  <j:l  IV  Omrlnt Admlnbtrifftr,  Cumbirlfliid, 0. U.  NOTICK ii hereby (-Ivoa tint nt iho  next m-Mtingot tho Hoard if I,io*-iw-oCoiii  iiitfjilnnore ot tho Oity o( Cumlwrliuul, wo  InloLid to a\)\Ay for a renewal cf Uiu hot.  el Hennno hold by un fur tho VwnVium  Hotel, nitui.to'1 on lot li, J.Iodt !J, -f'uiul or*  lnnd Towuultv.  JtWKI'll. DA MONTK  JO.I.Pl!  L'OIIAaO  IM^dOoUibcr 'Jtltli, Itil.'t.  Total cxjwmlitiiro UU'd    *Jyl7,oU  U-.'spectfldly e-iibmitt-tHl  THOMAS, I-ICAREV,  StH-rotiiry.  I lieroby et-rlifv 1/iftt I linvo i������x  nuiinod tin* bookfl and nuoount*.* o(  tiie   Cuiiibt-rl'tnd    iiij������ht    Bclionl  nnd llnd tlioin corroct hs cut h rllt  nbove.  J. STKWAIIT,  Ainlit'ir.  LOOK 0UT!|  for tbe Milk \vaj������oii  witli the tiiii-ii I5tj.\  VR1-5SM MILK AND  FARM rRODUCK  Our Milk is'tbe product  of the Dcst I-cd Cows  t'UKSH    \\]yK ������  Dclivtrcd nioiuinqti i-vtititipx  * I  t  <>  MARUYA  oivi-- v-y \t>-y ������������������,*:::-.���������   .,-*  DKR   I'OR joil   l������ki:CYhNU. p  SKHSH5  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. B, C  A Debt  ^  nto ill  i >  r/j*  l;  I  By Edgar. Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co.',    Limited  II London, Melbourne and Toronto  .(Contiuued).  Ami now he iind got there ho was  threatened with social extinction. To  the society of tlio oilier cranks, to bo  relegated to the congregation of the  '"ucariy thores." '*���������  His eyoi". na.-Mv.'-jil as be looked  down at Gold.  I claim the privilege of my citizenship, he said, winch is my right to do  ns I please, to order my life in any  way which is iu the bounds of decency and tlie law. There is nothing in  the "Monitor" which is offensive.  Then there is uo reason for its existence,  said  Gold.  Cornelius Holder rose' to his feet.  1 don't ��������� thin we need go on with  this conversation.  Gold nodded. It is pretty unpiofit  able, be sail, now���������by .lovo!  .  He looked at the, clock and began  'searching his pockets.  I promised, myself to mail a nephew  of mine in New Jersey a birthday  present.  He drew out h:,- pocket-book and  opened it. Wna he sought \yas not  there.  Have you r.ny  American money,  lars.   . "  Comstock- -Gell had como intp tho  room and Gold's last words were addressed ' to  tho world at large.  Helder s"-ook. his head.  Twenty dollars?  Bell broke in on the conversation.  ��������� I havo tone  money, Lo said.   He  (slipped his liana into his hip pocket  and produced, a wallet."  This he opened and extracted the  money required.  He handed tho bills to Gold, and the  third mail watched them narrowly.  He-saw Gold count the English  equivalent into the other's palm; saw  him looking at-the bills carelessly,  then:  Good God! said Cold,cand Cornelius Helder saw his face go blank, -  j Helpless from  Rheumatism  i.-    ���������    ���������    ���������  I  7-r-  Gin Pilis Give Prompt Relief by Curing the Kidneys  Mr.  Samue"   L-ogmore, of Montreal,  says:  ''Just a word of praise for GIN  \ PILLS.   About fifteen months ago   I  | could not walk across'my room, suffer-  ling severely v .th Rheumatis n.   1 look  I GIN PILLS and became quito   'well,  i'fwo nionLhs ago. J   .had    Rheumatic  Pains with Neuralgia.     1 resorted to  GIN PILLS again for ono week and  became quite well."  50c. a Box. 3 for $2.50. Sample free  if you write National Drug &, Chemical Co.. of Canada, Limited. Toronto.  FOX   FARMING.IN   YUKON  money'..he   asked,  I want twenty dol-  CHAHTER V  Comstock Bell  Makes  Gold stared at the ypun  f ull\ '��������� a'��������� minute. . -  .  What is tha matter? asked Bell  Nothing,* said -he other shortly.  Ready  man   for  With no "\voru~Tic Turned-r-rd-:rsir  the . oom.  . Comstock Bell stood" looking fitter  the retreating, figuie, a puzzled frown  on his face.  What ".vas wrong? ho asked Holder  curtly.  His attitude toward tho other was  always one of polite indifference;, under other circumstances, he might" not  have troubled to ..s-k.  I know no more than you, Mr. Bell,  said IIelder.|* I don't think Gold can  bo well to-d.-.y; ho has been ragging  me about my anarchism.  * He smiled ingratiatingly,    inviting  further conversation.  ��������� Boll ignored the invitation.  Why did ycu tell  him? ho asked,  ' that you had no American money?  ��������� Before lunch.he had met Holder and  a little discussion arose as to tlio  drawing of Washington's head on a  five dollar bill. They had compared  one note with another and Holder  had carried Ccmstock bills, to the  window to examine thom.  Did I? drawled Holder,, I li'ad for-  gotten T had thom;  besides, ho said,  I am  not ahvn;.-. out to  humor old  . man Gold.  Bell mado no response, and waa going away with a little nod when Holder called hiin back.  I ray, Mr. Bell, 1 wanted to ask you  nomotliinp*. Do you know a man mimed   Will-JttB?  No, replied Boll, shortly.  You have i,cvor hoard of him, eh?  Can't say that*", have.     Why   ���������  Holder shrugged Lis should-.rs.  Oh,  it ia nothing,  be  said,  but if  you   would  spare  the  time  T   would  like to have a little talk with you. *  About t)iis man'.'asked- Bell sharply.  Yes, and other thing's.  Comstock Bell hesitated.  1  will call at your office one day  this   week,  lie  said.      There- was  a  noto of resolution in his voice.  Ho passed out of the Club, crossed  Lull Mall, and strolled aimlessly  through the park.  lt was a bright spring day; the  trees were all glorious,'whilo tender  green daffodils and crocuses starred  tbe grass and swayed rhytheraetioally  to tho breeze. it was .a day when  men's hearts grew1' joyful from the  rery joy. of life and.splendid fancies  filled his mind. But the stimulation  of Spring woke no response in Bell's  heart. He had made a plan, a terrible plan, he told himself, but bo.was  going through with it, whoever suffered���������and ho would not suffer least.  He would end this terror which  weighted his' soul.  It was a plan complete in every detail; he had left nothing to chance.  Day after day in die silence of his  study, he had .forked out the scheme,  jotting down .tl.e details and burning  the papers so soon as they liad taken  definite shape .and he had committed  them to' memory.  Whoe.-er suffered, he repeated and  winced. .(  He reacheu'the Victoria Memorial  and crossed the road', continuing his  stroll along Constitutio..al. Hill. There  was one thin? necessary, ono link in  the, otherwise perfect scheme to be  discovered. ko would reward him  well. He had thought of.Gold, only  to discard that idea, for he knew instinctively that'it could not be.  He attracted some attention as be  walked. ' His damaged-hand was in  a black silk sling. He smiled as he  detected more than ne pitying glance  iu his direction. * He smiled but he  was  annoyed,  annoyed  with -Helder,  -more-annoy-cd,witlLjiunsfiiL_-_   The success of everything depended  upon the parfnei. He had turned  "over* possible mr..\ in his mind. He  had a host *f friends, but would th'cy  stand that test.     lie tl.night not.  Holder? Bell had a shrewd idea as  to Holder's probity. Ho thought  that 'Holder would do anything i'or  money; he might do too much. He  would* sell himself, but thou ho would  sell the man rho trusted him. Holder was impossible.  So full was ho of his own concerns  that he had forgotten Gold, his startled exclamation, a*ul his unceremonious exit. What worried the littlo  man, he wondered.  , He was still idly debating Gold's  curious attitude when tho man he was  thinking about .iled him .'roni a taxi-  cab. Gold .���������.''apt from tho taxi, paid  the  driver  and  crossed the  j.*o;ul  to  him.  I followed you from the club, he  said,     I wanted a talk, with you.  Everybody seems* to want lo talk  with mo, said Boll, good-hiimouredly,  Animals    i-Jy^ng    in    Captivity���������Shipments   to   Eastern   Dealers -  The, enthusiasm     concerning    fox  catching and farming in Yukon has  materially waned during tlie past few  weeks, owing to the fact tha- the price  o<" foxes has decreased nearly 50 per  cent, since last summer : nd that hun-  Tlreds of foxe~ hsla in captivity have  died from some unknown causo. Many  of these foxes were black, and in some  cases, as high as ?1,500 to $2,000 had  been paid for'them.     One dealer who,  it is said, could have sold his stock  of foxes in July for $G5,000, sold two  weeks ago for'less than $35,000, the  It.tter  price   being,   to  some   extent,  due to the decline in prices, but also  to the fact that many of the animals  had died in tho meantime.    One young  I. lack fox, for which ?l,ti00 had been  paid, died five'days after being placed  in the corral.  Owing t,p tho decline in price, fully  150 young foxes, all of"tho-red variety,  held captive in southern Yukon, have  been turned out to return tj thoir native haunts in the wilds. Previous  to sickness developing among foxes  in captivity here, upwards of ' -00  young ones had been shipped from  Whitehorse fdone, to fox ranches in  New Brunswick, Princo Edward Island, and to dealers near Boston',  Mass. At"present there are not over  50 held in .his' locality, y .*    ���������  A number are experimenting with  mink fanning, but great difficulty is  experienced in keeping them, wire corrals offering little resistance when  they seek their freedom.  Owners,of black and silver gray foxes are not discouraged over the slump  iti prices,* hut contend that they >vill  be more'valuable than ever within a  few months.  WHY KEEP ON COUGHING ?  .   Here Is A Rtmedy That Will Step It    ..  Do you realize the danger iu *  neglected cough? 0  ,  Then why don't you get rid of it?  Ye:-, you can shake it off, even though  it has stuck to you for a long time, if  you go about it right. ** ��������� '  Keep out in the fresh air as much as  you can, build up your strength with  plenty of wholesome food, and take  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  ���������and Chlorodyne.  This reliable household remedy lias  broken up thousands of hacking, persistent "coughs, which were just as  troublesome as yours, and what it has  done for so many others it will do for you.  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyne contains absolutely uo  ��������� Physical Examination for C.-iildren  Upon the recommendation of a special commission "in New York State,'  the legislature has enacted that, itbe-.  fore' a working certificate is issued,  a thorough physical ��������� examination of  every child shall be made by a medi-'  ca officer of the Department of.Health  and that a duplicate record of the results of -iuch physical" examination  shall be- transmitted to the Department of Labor.- During six months,  this law, in New York city alone, pro-  vented. ���������J2-t physica'ly' unfit children  from going to work in factories.  It _ would he well also that the de-  fmition-of labor be amplified, as brain  work is more exacting up*. - the physical stre: gth tLan muscular work,  and under present conditions the- en-  1 vironment during working * nurs of the  ONT DREAD  harmful dnips, aud so can be given    average skilled mechanic is'infinitely  safely to children, as well as adults,  [moro sanitary than are most of our  Vour physician or druggist can confirm j offices  and   stores  this statement, for we are ready to send  them on request a complete list of all  ihe ingredients.  Put up in 35c. and 50c. bottles by the  National Drug and Chemical Co. of  Canada, Limited.  , ��������� '   31Z.  Curious Find in New Zeaiand  A remarkable discovery has recently been made in Auckland, New Zealand, where the railway department  in making a site at Newmarket for  new engino sheds has had gangs ol  men digging away a portion of tho hi 1  An  Appreciation  of   Lord  Strathcona  Certainly tho . nineteenth    century  chronciles of our own still young nation fail to furnish any character, comparable to this Canadian founder.   Ho'  wr:*s moro than a great captain of industry'or a wholesale'philanthropist;  more than a colonizer of vacant lands,  or a constructive statesman, or a voy-  ageur and pioneer in his own person,  though he was all of these.     He exceeded the sum total of these varied'  capacities in that he possessed iti addition, tlie trust and confidence of millions of people in most complete measure.���������New York Sun.  side somo 1*0 feet thick.   The - workmen have encountered a Vi foot seam  of lignito which  represents a. primeval   forest   which   flourished   several  thousand years ago      The deposit is  valueless from , all  but    a   .scientific  standpoint, since it is of tho consistency of cheo.ie or yellow soap, aud  cannot be shatteref   by dynamite 01;  displaced by picks, the men having to  get-rid of it very slowly by digging  into it with vet spades.'     Specimens  of kauri gum and complete   logs   of  well preserved kauri and other woods  have been found in the lignite, and it  is assumed by . geologists,   that   tho  whole is the remnant of- n very ancient  forest which  was    overwhelmed    by,  volcanic eruptions an   upheavals r.nd  which were lreqvrrnt in New Zealand'  thousands of years before the country  was inhabited.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  ..The principal'grocer of a* small  country town was "chatting" with several customers when -a discussion  arose as to thr* wonderful -sense of  touch of the blind.  Here comes old blind Henry Perkins now, said the grocer. We'll test  him.  Ho took a spoonful of sugar and  extended it to the old man.  Feel this, Henry, he said, and toll  us   what   it   is,-, .<y.  -  Tho blind man put his hand in the  scoop, passed its. conlenti through his  lingers and said-to a firm,. confident  tone. "Saud!"  Internal parasites "in "the shape or  worms in the stomach .and bowels of  children sap thei-" vitality and. retard  physical development. ' They keep' the  child in a constant stnte of unrest and.  if not attended to. e.ndange*." life." The  child can'be spared much ' suffering  and the mother much-anxiety by the  best worm revedv that can be , got.  Miller's Worm Powders,-.; which aro  sure death to worm ��������� in any shape.  Prepare to  enjoy its exhilarating frosts by  making your blood rich, ,  pure and active to prevent   colds,   grippe  and rheumatism.  Good   blood prevents sickness  and Scott's Emulsion will energize ���������  your  blood   and   create reserve1  strength   to   endure   changing  season*.  Scott's  Emulsion   is   not  an  experiment but hasserved humanity  faithfully for forty years; it contains  the purest cod liver oil���������free froir ;  alcohol or stupefying drugs.  Scott's Emulsion is nature's  greatest blood-maker and furnishes  the elements necessary for body  warmth,* rich blood ��������� and,. healthy  circulation. ���������       '     ' " ' ���������'  Shan alcoholic substitutes and demand  the genuine Scott's Emulsion  ;   . AT ANY DRUG STORE .        ,  13-73  ���������SatST-l '������. BOWNt  .TOtfcSfJ tO,?ONTAR.OK.  ��������� While sitting n an office , chair . a  man may feel just as young as he used  lo be, but after running : block to  catch a street car he changes his  mind.  , Then this, asked the rejected suitor,  is absolutely  final.  Quite, was the calm reply. Shall I  retnrn"your letters?   .,    .  Yes. please. answered the young  man. .There's some very good material in them I can use again!  He  What is  f'ear  s one of those near-vegetarians.  a near-vegetarian?  Tie never eats meat excep'  is'invited out.  when he"  Pa, said Johnny, what is .**. law giver?'  Thero isn't any such thing, Johnny, replied papa, who had been involved in considerble litigation in his  time.  ' But this book says that, somebody  was a great law giver, persisted the  youngster.  Then it's a mist'.ke,. replied ��������� The  father, cynically. Law is never given. It's .���������etailed in very small quantities at very high figures.  Mother!  Yes, my son?  Do you  believe  lierit the earth"?  Why, yes,- my son;  inherit the- earth. .    .  ' Well, mother, when .is pa going  get it?  the  nice'*: -will in-  the meek will  Turkisn-Batl- Substitute  ��������� The Doctor���������What you need  is  perspire freely. ���������  . I'd   recommend  to  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That" is LAXATTVL BROMO QTJIN-  TN "���������*.   Look" for  tho  signature' tSf  15.  W. Grove.     Cures a cold.in One Day.  Cures'-Grip in Two Days.   ' 25c.   *"  Pedestrians  Becoming too Common *,  A pleasant and easy w-.y of seeing ���������  the world ami living without working  is that of fjretomling to b - on a walking trip around tho world fo. a mythical  wager  witl.  some equally mythical club or personages, has exhausted "its' possibilities in' Prussia.    The  authorities have come to the conclusion that this, type of traveler has become  so  numerous  as   .o  constitute  a public nuisance and the minister of  the interior has instructed the police  to   prevent  them   from   selling  post-  cards-1   with   their    photographs.-   announcing lectures or   otherwise   molesting the public, and to.discontinue  the practice of certifying upon thoir  passports or logbooks that d they have  been passed tnrougli this or that town  upon their wanderii.gs".   If a* warning  does not sutl'me to nicko them mova  on, they are to bo. arrested and punished for vagrancy. '     ���������-,  Turkish bath.  ' The .Plutocrat���������1 don'-, need it, doctor.     I can throw myself into a perspiration at any moment.  ��������� How,?       ������������������     ��������� '       '  Bv'reading my income-lax blank.  was thinking of you whon yon cume  TENDER  FACED MEN  r-C'f  ^_s���������--X_ /.// '">'.' r���������i '  /iTTnnfriTT'inT*  UJliuJJia.  SOAP  Constantly for all toilet purposes, especially shaving iind  shampooing, with occasional use  of Cuticura Ointment, because so  effective in removing slight irritations, redness, roughness, pirn-  ���������li-.,. dandruff, etc., of \U- &'.,  Where can wo go? asked Ciold.  Lot uh go into the park.  They loft tho path, and  began to  walk across   the   stretch   of   green  sward.  I am going to be straight with you,  said (Sold, I hnv> no doubt, you wero  wondering   what upset me,  and   why  1 left.  I did wonder u little, said noil.  Well, you needn't worry about lt,  lieciuiBo, 1 wanted to call up somebody  on tho phono tc confirm my Hiispic-  ion. That suspicion has been, confirmed.  What do you mem? askod VioXl.  Ho stoppi'd in his Hindu aud looked  ut llie other.  Two of Uinari llvo do'.lnr bllla yon  hand oil lo    .c wero fomerloH.  Forgerlon?  Thoy wui'ii forged, repeated Gold.  They were two of ninny tliousiiiulM  which nre new In (.���������imilull *n. Where  did you get tliem?  1 chungi'il them for t mn.i I met at  lunch. Hu hud no Kiigllsh money. He  wauled u .C5 nolo for nomethlng, he  wiib o mombfr of thr party with which  I watt dining ind 1 ohiingi-d it.  (luld'n  cyi'H  lii'at'clied   liln  fuce.  In tliat. true?  What do you menu'? -inked tlio ollior  wllh grciwliu,' roiuntiitont In hli-i lone,  why Hhotilil I tell you a lie?  Who was the man"  Ar,   Hint,   moment  C'-iriHloel*.   lie)]   how  llllil   lllll   pill'W'HHlOII,  tliem   from   Holder.  Dean Ramsay, in lU3 "Scotch neini  niscences," relates the following; Ono  day the bishop of Lichfield saw a number of minors seated on tho ground,  and went, up to epeak to thom. On  asking what thoy woro doing, he was  told that thoy had boon ','loying." The  bishop, much dismayed,.asked fmyan  explanation. Why, yo seo, said ono  of tho men, ono of us found a kettle  an''wo havo boru trying who can toll  tho biggest lio to "win it, t  His lordship, greatly shocked, began to lecture thorn on tho groat offense of lying. I havo always folt so  strongly on this matter, ho concluded,  that I have never told a lio in tho  whole course of my lifo. lie. had  scarcely finished when ouo of his hearers exclaimed: Gio tho governor tho  kettle I file tho governor tlio keltic!  mu   ���������'    ���������      ������������������**������������������ *"*m  Socialist orator���������Toll mo why It. is  you havo to work from morning until  night.  Auditor���������11, Ih tho only time wo get.  We sloop from night till morning.  ' First * Turkish Oflicia. (presented  Willi a photograph of the now Turkish  navy in lieu of six months' deferred  pay)���������So we've sot a dreadnought,  havo we?  Second Turkish Official���������I don't  know who gets the dread, but I kuow  we've got the nought.   *���������  Scientific Management  Waitress (to the other, a new comer)���������You must keep your oyo on that  professor.     Ilo never  ho always pays for  over.  Magistrate���������Pat "Murphy, the constable says you were .fighting. What  have you to shy for.yourself?  " Weil, your worship, Oi had a clean  white shirt on,.and Oi was so nioighty  proud av it that Oi got up'a bit av a  row wid a man so .as Oi  *u*d tako me  '_nn,l_et-vnW_i*-___   -vea  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ARE SAFE AND SURE  .Jvcs a tip. but  his coll'oo twico  HOW'S THIS?  Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Uo-  ��������� v vd for any ens   of Catarrh that cannot bo cured bv 1Tii1"h Catarrh Curo.  V. J. CU13NKY -ft CO.. Toledo. O.  Wo, tho undirslp-ned liavo known K.T.  Clioni-iv for tho Inst 15 yeara nii-1 boliovo  him nbrfi-cMv 'lonnrab:i In all but-lnciB  trnm-itftloiiH nnd thmnfi'ally able to cany  out nny oliUmitkiii iniulo liy his llrm.  NATIOXA1. U.'NK OV COMMKIWH.  ,, Toledo, O,  TTnlVfl Cntnvili Cuio la tnkon iiitoniully,  -lollnu' dln*otly upon tho blood nnd. niuo-  oii������ HiirfucoH o' iho Ryntom. Tosltmonlniu  Sunt froo. Trice 75 cento per bottle  So'''   by   nil   DniKBlHtn.  Tnko  Hall'i-  J'V.mlly  1  patlon.  for   constl-  From  THE WAY OUT  Wenkn.'BG  to   Power  by   Food  Route  Two men woro talking nbout a  friend und his motor car.  Ho seems to bo vory woll ttatlBficd  with It, remarked ono. Hasn't paid  a copper in repairs nil tho nine montliB  Iio'h had It. he tells me.  Yon, ropliod the ��������� t.hor. 1 hoard tho  same utory from the fellow who's  dono nil tho rep; 'rn.  ��������� A littlo'girl. flndinr: hor grandfather,  doling, clamored on. to his knee and  endeavored, to awaken him by pulling  his eyelashes. 'Annoved at being disturbed from a noaceful nap, the old  man scolded tho child for her roughness.'  Wough, sho exclaimed, "pouting, I  wasn't wough. I was only twying to  open  your eyes by tho  slwlngs.  A country gentleman recently had  his house fitted with electric bells and,  giving his instructions to,hie sorvnnt,  ho said:  Now, I wnnt. you lo understand mo  clearly, Joseph, that whon I ring once  1 want you. and when I ring twico I  want Maggie, tho lioiiromald.  Tlio bell rang. Joseph novor moved.  Presently it rang ngain, and Maggie  hurried 'to-lior master, who was vory  angry. ,��������� -  Why didn't that rascal Joseph como  when 1 rang for him? demanded tho  gentleman.  Why, sit', av3wored Macglo, Joseph  was busy reading the paper whon ho  heard tho first r.lng, and ho Bali1 to mo:  Now, Maggie, wait until muster rings  again and then It will bo you ho wants.  Valuable Furs Belong to Czarina  The finest, fure, In tho world are possessed by tho C/.arlna of TttiflHln,  whoso collection ������������������!' Htisflinn million hns  been valued nt $1,250,000. Hor "Majesty has sable cloaks which in point of  quality niTi'd nntJi'iil dark color could  not bo, matci.ed. Ono of lho most  welcome present!*- to which tlie C/.tir-  inn's friends look forward is to receive  from lior a snble necklet or muff, for  they know thai. ;f k would bo vory dlf*  licult to match;  . Mothers wanting a safe and suro  remedy ."or their littlo ones can do-  pWdTpoXBabr^O^TFTaFiFtarTlrey"  aro absolutely guaiantoed by a government analyst to. contain neither  other injurious  Mrs. G.' L.  opiates . narcotics- or  drugs. Concerning them  Honlinm, St. Georre, Out., 'says:���������"I ,.  can recommend Riby's Ow , Tablets,  as a safe and su" medio'"*p for littlo  ones. I have raised four babies with  their aid and would not '*���������' without  thom." Tho Tablets are sold by  medicine deal*, t or by mail at 25  cents a box from Tbo Dr. William's  Medicino Co.. Brockville, Out  He S'.umpec' Teacher  Children, said the teacher' to her '  pupils, you should bo able Iv do anything cquallj well with cither hand.  With a littlo practice vou will find it  just nR easv to do anything with ona  hand ns it is with, the other.  Is It? inquired ih** urchin tit tha  foot of the class."' Let*a a..i you put  your lert hnnd in tho rtelit-liand pocket ol your trousers.  It Testifies for Itse'f.���������Dr. Thomaa'  TCoh-etrlc Oil i^ed^no testimonial it  ilk powoi-H othor :ha'n itself. Whoever-  tries it for. oughs or colds, for cutu  ui coiittiBlons, for spralni' or burns,  for imlns in the limbs'or body woll  know that the medicino proves Itsolf  nnd ti-'odn no guarantee. This s1k-h*������  whyj ;hls Oil Ib in     noral uso.    ���������  Query  Time in money, ho tlioy say,  Yot, ir thin is no,  How is it thnt "Timo In short"!"  Wo would llko to know?  il   dnwnf'd   upon  the  notes cuiiie  Ho  Iind    got  Helder,  on   the  (Iir.   nvl"HlV������    ll'llt  viib������Htu'od the foriied tint."-si but ovon  im he rfnllHi'd this-i. ntniilior idou. cuiii"  lo lilm.     .lorn wiui an opliorlulilty. It  ���������ilrciigtlic-nr-il  Mr i*'.nii.  'Vliat was ihln man's nnmo? nrdted  Cold.  ,' r ���������   ;  "','"!.���������'!������������������,  :���������.,i,i   rv.vi*..  stock Iti'll slowly. .  WIIMtii? You lold infi11 IiiKt. nlijlit  ymi hnd never met Willetts.  1 did not M'oelato tlio' linrpnu of  wliiuii -.on upoki) ui'h tho man F met  at the Savoy, he finld.  fl'ib! elif-ok *i!    bend.  Thai wiih nl', I wanti'd to know, he  said, 1 sun Kiilng to find this Willed*-.  i������   ���������.^l   r.^ ������,/.i.#.-.,#   ,.i!,1 ! I bh\'' 'su iik'.i thnt wiu.ii 1 luul lilm  scalp nnd  promoting ami j, fl,ia��������� ,(i. rWlllnK myBnlr ()[ a Kma  d"ul of troublo.  You  will  bo lidding mo of more,  -���������nld <'oiiia1'������.k IV-H.  lie  wi  Via'./  f-lK-al'.lns in  \Amfo\t,  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ������������������"i'i  thoro -ivf)!.-  no doubt  of tho sin-  --���������-    - - -- i<.<rlty in bin voice.  V. N. U. Ot-K (Tt   bo  Con-Mimed).  maintaining sUn and hair henlth.  i���������,.!lniffcfl������������D������n<H������*-t,n''nt nrr #.iM llT..inl.i.iit  ilKltt   ll.rtl. Will   I"?*"?'   ,   .    .j   u   ������  t 'IM. Corp.. IMP1-iK< ,i08l"B" u> ������������������ *'  A.l,������..-.������ V'.O.rr IV'.e*  (ioil.liig iho right start fo. tho tlny's  work often menus tho difference ho-  tweon doing tliliiKfl ii> wholesome comfort, or clHiKfilMK nloue 1>������U dond ull  Theni's moro in the uso nf proper  food thnn many i>''<>plo ovor dream ot  --moro'H the pity.  'Throo yours 1,-0 T hogiin working  in n general store," writes n man, "mid  between I'roqiionl dollvorUii f.ml moro  frequent customers, I wan ltopt ou my  feet from ni'irnlng till nig'ht,  "Indigestion bad troubled mo for  Homo time, und in fact my nlight  brrml-fiist whc Ulton ninio from habit ihan iippotlto. It Out thin iiisnl'-  llolenr diet wi.b not noticed much, but  at work It mi.do me weak and hungry  low;  before  noon.      f      ^      ^  (  * id a,, bi���������������"'"'      ;������������������>������������������.    "::i'-  fi.nili '.i'*ti ���������"rl'oo nu'init liondiieiift,  nniu-ea nnd kindred discomfort h.  Ull lior way I was IohIiii; wi ight nml  Htreugil.. wli'-u "itc Any ;i filcinl mig-  gorited that I U> . ii "firape-NutB  lit'i'iikfiiHi."  ... ...ri.tr. ..ri  r.rapo-Nuia and cream, u KOft boiled  egg, toast, and a cup of Postum. Hy  noon I wiih lnirir,ry but with a lienllliy,  normal appollt".'. Tho weal., Iniigiild  f.-rtlliiK wm iltit tliero.  "My '.oad wai .nearer, norvcu f-rend-  In- Hinn for niontliH Today my if-un-  iiuh in Htroiifj, my appotlto normal,  tny bodily power splendid nnd head  iilv-nyu cloi.r."  Nnmo given by Puniullan Postum  Oi., WiuilKor, Ont. It'-ad "The fun-  to Wellvillo," In pligs. "TIrmoV a  llenfion."  Evtf rtad tli-f* aboya letter? A new  nn? nppftnm from time to time. They  are genuine. Irtie. nnd ftitl if liumnn  interest.  A man went Into n shop thn other  dny nnd united to soo -some patent gns  burners.  Tbo shopkeeper showod him somo.  Picking one .'.p, tho mnn nskod what  Hint would do.  Oh, snid tlio shopkeeper, Mint will  hiivo half tlio gus.  If you put .no in Iwo L shan't liavo  any ens bill io pay,  The people who could really toll '9  fioiiif'thinu ahoir. thrift ..ro probably  no busy iiniotlijiim it tlioy have uo  timo to wrlto    says.  1 nm -;!nd to  a pliynU'taii to  llnd you bettor, nald  u I'amouB   comedian  Self-Preservation  Old Uoxlel'jli���������-Marry my dniiRhtor?  Why, you aro supported by your futli- .. ,. .,   or, ] upon" pnyliiR liim a profesBinnal visit  Suitor���������Yen, nlr; but my p.tiv'nor Is one uioriiUii?.     You followed my pro  tirod of BupportliiK mo, he Hiiyii, and I Hcrliilion  thought I'd KOt Into iinothoi* family.  Now, snid tho ninKlolan, hiuIIIhr, I  nnt not nbout to oxtrnot from this lint  a rabbit. That trick Is too oiif-y. 1  will remove from this hat a oholco  porterhouse picnic, tho sort you pay  "8 (cuts a pound for, Aftor which J  will idiow you how the trick Is done,  bo thnt each or yon may cai-illy-*--  ��������� "in* the nintleliin urnt no furtlior. In  Itn oiiKornt'RB to learn Ua niiditnco  Vntrly inobliird iiitii-  Why do >nu ln������il������t on a hnuv en������aKO-  mont? .,  Well, io tell yon lho truth, innuvored  Mi,, viiniii' mnn. " don't llko   to   tfutj  murrluil until I set rlu oi un- inninil-i  inentrt on tho engagon-ont riuB-' |  The appetite of tlio Riiost wns n 1'oon  one nnd ho wni* ilolnu; full jiihiIoo to  tho'excellent, dinner provided by hia  hoHt. Tlio llltlo dunnhtor of tho Iiouho  watched lilm iA>< nio'iuUn il I'm- ;i v.lillo,  thou, Anally hIio amlled on hint brlKht-  Iv und huid:  Oh. I do wIhIi j'fjii were ln.re lo dinner every dny.  Tho RiK-bl ht-ami'd with ������filiMfa������:llon.  Do you, my  df.aiV      Why? ho In-  ijiilrod. ,      ,  Hi cans'?, <am������ tlu- unexpfi-t'd n-piy.  t\\ox'f Vrnn'L tw atiJ'bl'U: ''"M to oat  to-������ioir<������w.  Mlnard'D Liniment Cures Coldu, Etc.  ���������H-1--���������1I���������������km^������wiw iii^-m---*  MlBtresH���������Now, Rnrali. 1 wnnt you  to be careful about broakln-j; thin viiro  as it cost a Rroat donl of money, and  I would halo to have It fiitroleHHly broken tho lir������t tiling.  Sarah (Hire- tluys later 1���������TlioreV  your vase, ma'am and I couldn't hnvo  broke it moro carefully if I'd tried for  a month.  nf coiii'i-so.  Indeed, I did nor, doctor, ropliod tho  nick mini, or l Hhould havo broken my  nook.  Ilroki'ii your n ok! exclaimed tho  doctor in iiiiiiwinout,  Yen, Hiild llm other, fori tnrow your  |iri!ht*i'Iptlnii out of tho window,  AbKciid.d IhiKbaud <ln'Piu'li*'l---My  wlt'n unki'd n.o while ! wiib out to gat  lior Bomo i.'iui do cologne Now,  whnt the ilouco in "oaii do coloijno"  lu I'Vnch?  E>������ Vow Fes! Chilly **  -_n_^___   OR "  f  Feverish and Ache all Over  Voo\ worn nnt���������hlnft nnd Urwl t Don't lot your eold develop  into bronchitin, nneumonia or catarrh, 'nm n-liHUui Hivei-  kUve awl tonic which haa provon ita v������luo in tha put 40 jtu* I*)  DR. PIERCE'S  (golden Medical Tllscovery  lUttoroa wtiflly U> the liter nml to the -elrcuUttoii���������th������ bl-vifi f* ��������������� ������ .  purioed, th* diff������Uen and appnUU troprcr-Ki ami tha whole body  ittiU 1h* Invisor-mlHir fores of thlH fxtraet of natWa m*dklinl  fiUntn. In conafqatxie*, Hi* heart, brain and narvaa f������������l Ui*  rafreaUnf inflaanea. For ovar 40 yeara thla raliahla remcAy ha*  been aoM in liquid form by all mfdleina 4������al������ra. It ew now alia  ba obtainod in tabUt form in $1.00 and ������0e boz-^a. If yonr dron-tit  doasn't ktep it, aaad GO on*-������nt aUupa -to R.V41ar������������, M.D. nuitaJa,  Th* Common 8*n*s Medical Adclttr-a book of  .1008 potc*~an*w>rt oil medical qurttlon*.  ZCSa^iMI*^:"'^-''-^'-'*-  mffliti  .'jmw  tmi'j.  ���������ag  frifSJW^*"!!*' '. i'o:;  mm  =r  j .jLmHuji'tmmrv*'  NOTICE i3 hereby Riven tlct apph-  Oatieu will be made to tha Superintendent of Provincial Police,. Victoria for a  Hceuse to sell Siquor by' wholesale upon  tha promises sitiuti-d on Lot G, Block i5,  Ga.id-srlaiid Tovnaite, Cumberland, "B. C  OjfALI- MU-3SArrO,'Applia*iifc.  D*ted :b.ia 1st day i-f October"1913.-  o igfcH���������Tnwr������-ir.->.ii.(������������.J%-FT--r^-^rwB-l-rr)tmmitM | lw��������� ,, wmmmn i mi  NOTICE is hereby given that'oa ihe first  day of D -am'iijr next application will be  mado to tho Superintendent of - ProviLcial  Polico, Victoria, fer the renewal of the hor  tt-1 luenae to Bell liquors by retail iu tne*  hotel kuown-as the Lime hotc*, situated at  ���������Comox, B.C. Geougk Ml Barlow ,  D-.ted October I, 1913.   -;  NOTICE is ..hereby given that oii tbe  fir-t day of November  1913, application  ���������will be made to llie.Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  .wholesale liquor license up-m the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson District.  ^ "\ ' PlUSENliR BREWING COMPANY.  ,   D.ited October .1st, 1913       ,  NO TICK ih hereby Rivuii-hat uutlio  , fir. t d.iy of Decon'.btr imxuipjilu-alioUjWil.  be made to the Suj.o iiitoud-iiit ������t Proviu-  cifil Police, Viot.ri-i, f.,r a roticHKl .>f the  h-tel license t> sell liqu-ra by, mt.-ul in  tho hotel kuowu tu tiie Union li*''t������-l, eii-  uato at Ui.inti. B.O.   John N. McLuao.  Daud the tut day of Oetob-ir, 1013  ��������� NuTlUli id bor-by yiv-u tlut; on too  first day of D-oemtioi- uext, apylicv.ou will  bo in uio to tJie SaperiuiwndciiG of Pr-maoi'iF  Poliot', Vtotorla, for the renewal of the- hotel licence to ai>ll liquid by retail io ������4i&  liMtel known wi the livit-.ido huwl, ahuaxee  at Courtenay; B. C. 0. 11. FHCunicii.  ,    D-.teii Ootohw 1, 1913.  ��������� ������������������������������������< ���������>��������� ������������������������ ��������� >���������������  ���������  ��������� aa., m4^w > i������ m  NOTICE i*i Hereby giveu th*t on' tb-A  first d >y of D*.-ceuil;������.r next application will  bo mndo to tho SuperlutenJent ������t Piwin-  fitd Police, Victoria, for t,horoiu)������alof tbo  hotel lioeuflB to b������1I Ii^ii������rti by loiailiu Use.  - liotid know j ns tbe \Vtl*ou Iioiel, aituntod  at Union Bay B.C.  Alfrsd Uxi'sk Uor.sk  Dated. Oclobet 1, 1913.  NOTICE ia hereby given tnnt on1 tho  first day of Djcember n-xt application will  be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, fur the ronovval of ;hu  lio-.el liceu** Ui sell liq.iors by retail lu the  liomtI kno-yn as thi Noleou hotel, situ* tea  ���������^tUnioa Bay, B.C. Joh.**i Fkaark.J  jPated Ootptwr I**.1013.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kv<tty convenience for guests.  .   The Oential HoUl for Sportsmen  None, but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar ' ,  RATES REASONABLE  -U.1I 1JP- l_ ll  John Johnston,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOUDtfN AT  NANAIMO.  IN TIIE MATTER OF VVillium  Hwrlx'rt IIa,ttoH   deceased, in  -  testate, htto of Courtonay, B C.  AND  IN THIS MATTER of tho **OIH.  , cinl Administrators Act,"  TA-KF NOTICE that by order of His Honor Judge lkrkor,  nuulo on the 11th day of Feb  rtmry, 1014-, I wan appointed  Administrator of tlio Estate of th*-*  al)ov������ mentioned dccontii'd, and all  jmitiofl having ttlaims against tha  said estate are, hereby 'n-qnirotl to  furnit'll ������amo, properly verillud, to  mo on or boforo the 15th day of  March 10 U, AND all par-  ties indoblod to said oBtato, aro required to pay tho amount o( their  indebti'djioas to hjo forthwith.  Dated tlna llth day of Fobru  (try 11) U.  W. Witsi.nv WiT.uun,  Ofllelal Adininiatnitor,  Cnrnbcrlaiid, H. C.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAKb,   3&ITI&E   COLUMBIA.  infcish Columbia, Ltd,  _    THE S. S.  COWIUIIAN: WILL SAIL  AS* U.NDE11     -'  "���������- Comox���������Unuon-Bay���������Nanaimo-Vancouver���������Route,    ;,  Leaves Comox; Sunday, 4 p. m ...' ". .Tuesday '11 p, m.  leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p.'nv Tuesday, 12-o'clock, noon  For Deumau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver. -.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  . For Nanaimo, Union Bay.and Comox.   ,    ���������   "    .  Subject to change without notice. =" '  DBINK  The purest aud best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.       *  maim;������������  s^g^a^ismi&ga&sajgEija^^  ���������������  ������  J.   N.'  MoLEOD      PEO?EiSTor,  Eogli������h4x BURTON aJwuyBon tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEEttS���������Atihonser,, Boboruiaii.Sol. te.&o."' "OLD GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY,. *     Beat Vt in^s'and Liquora of alt kinds  The rfoardiug and Lodging bipartinciitj under tlio miiuediato auperintcndenoe  , . will bo touid first olaaa ia every respeot'; ���������  BATBS,  $1 00 per day and Up  ni^S'-*'*^  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better*  Cheaper Than Most-Dairy Feeds  "Companyrttdr  Distributors    . .   N^N'AIMO, B.C.  NOTICE  itt7*m*m*w*im*m*mmm*animiimt,m aammmwmm    .  ESQUIMAU & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  . Ever}^ conveyance from the  Es qui malt . & Nanaimo Railway  Company, not already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May 31st,  next," pursuant to the Land Regis,  try Act Amendment Act, 1914."  L. H. SOLLY,  Land Agent  CANCELLATION OF RE-.  SERVE.  . NOTICE IS HEREP.Y-GIVEN tliat  the Reserve, the notice of which appeared-in the B. C. (inzc'uc on the 271I1 d.iy  ���������'if December, 1907, is cancelled in so fails it relates to the followlnj; jiarcels ol  :.ind:-the* \V. 1 2 of ihe S. E. i-^, ihe  S. W. j-4 and the S. 1 ; of the N. W.  lowest of the river in .Section 4; ilie S.  E-. 1-4. the S. E., 1-4 o( the S. VV. 1-4  and the N. E. 1-4 m Scctiim 5: ihe k  1-2 of ihe S. E. 1 4 in .Section S; the S E.  :-4, the S. \V. 1-4 and the K. 1-2 of the  N. E r-4 in Section 16, and the E, 1-2  of the .S. E j-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,  all,in Township 3, .S.iywurd Dis.rict, and  (lie N.' E. 1 4 of the N. K. 1-4 in Soc-  tion.32; ihe N K 1-4 of the S W 1 4 and  the N \V 1.4 and IS! 1-2 of the N E 1 4 in  .Section .*3; ihe N i-2 of the N \V 1-4  and die N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34; and the S 1-2 and N W 1-4 of ihe N  W 1-4 in Section 35, all in To.vnship 6,  Sayward District.  , The said lands will be open forentry by  pre-enii^tion on Monday, ihe iSth day ol  May al the hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon; all applications in bo made at ike  office of the Government Agent, Vancouver. ..No Pre-emption Record shall  include more-man 40 acres of lnnd except 111 cases where it is desirable lo include small fractional portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which con  nec.tion may be obtained from plans on  view at the above mentioned' Agency.  R.'A. REN WICK  ��������� Deputy Minister of L'uids  Lancli Department, Vietoria, li. C\  February'iith  1914.'  (Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, BX. 1913  KKOEIPTS.  Gov't grant to City.... ������5937 90  Gov't grunt to Camp,..  1008 25  High School f-svs....;.    37G 0(W  Special Gov't grant... .-2500 00  I'aid l>y  City  of  t.)iiiii->  ���������    bJi'liind    ;'...   3110 7(5  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE  L1QUOU ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE la hereby given that  one   v month,    ��������� ;fi'Oin date,  application will ba mado to the  Superintendent of Provincial  pol-  -tOL���������frir���������ii*. ItrprkCA f/-v^Oi ]\a c Inl /\f.  -. w  *>^������ O i .VW..k-V^~���������IU. *&i\> CH l^# \J,'  liquor by whalesale in and upon  the premises eit. sa ted in the .town  of Courtenay,- IJ. C,' known and  desctibed as, Lots 30 and 81, Pec-  lioirGl.  Dated,Una 15th dny of   April,  1914  UNION SKEWING COMPANY  ���������     ��������� .     Ltd.  Conrad Reitel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT,, 1010.  Section 42.  NOTICK is hereby given ihat,  on the 1st day of December next,  application"., will bo mndo to tho  Siiperir.'.ondont of Provincial Police for lcnewi'il of the hotel licence*  to sell liquor by retail in tho bote1  known us tno Mula������>|iiim Holvl,  ���������filiate at Lund, in tho Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this Sih dny of October,  1913,  PRKD THULIN  Applicant  ������  ���������VER 65 YEARS'  EXPEajCTl'dE  Total Receipts; .... ?1231)iJ i)fi  ���������EXPENDITURE  Teachers' salaries  Janitor ;   Scavenger   'lYlegnms, telephone.,  A. Maxwell, haulage...  Potter  &   Kirkbride..  '87923*00  tiniiliijje,  tr\  UIO 00  -so.  0i.  0  Ot;  14  DO  ]2  i)V  4 01  03  l.~i  3 4 0t  IU  0(.  44  Ui*  112  5'  23  oi  T. D., iMcl.eiin, stution-  ery  and  repairs..  A. II. Peacey,   stationery und books....  Islander, printing   News ���������< ,      ....  C. II, Tarbe.ll,  supplies  and labor   Dr. G.K.MacNuuo-htoti  ,   motlical inspection  Thomson Stationery Co  books.   Free Text Book  Office  books..'   J. J. DoHggan,   Trustees,   Association.  Daily   Province,  adv'g  Sec'y's salary  12. uios  Newbury & Ashley,Ln-  snrance, new school  Postng������*   aud    stationery, 12 uios.. ....  Win. Potter, labor....  D.  Kilpatrick,   coal..    ;  battling...-       22 5(-'  (3.C. (D)Liiuited,  coal  S. Leiser & Co.,* chalk  Sliibata, clock...-,-   'I Thy niaiaVMcuae~to"\v i 's-  T. E. Pate, hose, glass  ent-idries....,.:..  (Jr. Downes, books   L. W.   Nunus,' water  12 incs   25 01  , 10 01)  2 70  CO 00  145 0C  o  10,00  33 50  127 5(  1 01  G".5(  Trade Marks  , Designs'  COPYfyGHTa&C-  Anyone sending a skel^plnind dcscrintl.in may  quietly iiscurtaln our opiulou freo wlitiili  ���������ontlmi la���������'    er aa  ecu  tavontlmi la protuMjij-- ratojituhlo. CoauniJo*.  UoHsavHjHtooiiliaoiie.iil. WftHIlBaOK cal������iter  sunt Ires. Olilent rcoiiof fomBcunuirpefreu  rj)������fol ncticf, vrltl out chr,rve, la ti������,3 "  ciesitiffs HHKfKtte.  a ua-nnnciaoly i])u-,ti".',f.l v.-a.-./lj-.  l^rso.l ,-!r.  uuUimn of auy rcien-.-ie Joui-:al.   U'oi-iai ior  ���������Mn^&l.***'9Mf������"'5 ^^U'   &W >W  Brauuli OUice. ������S V St.. WnaWaat <-l I>. 'J  NOTICE -TO CtATkACTOR-S  QKALED.'TEXi)F.RS,  ^ 'Ti-nilei* f.r L"ck-up  -xy-'fo  *j������.   ti\  v  I  . Ill  34 00  5 nu  lioystoii  Mill,  luinbor  High,school pupils, six  day's   teaching...  S'ihool keys   Wtii-hing towels    Special grant expendit-  turo, Clark&Stewart  Co, Ltd. furnituro..  A. McKinnon, furn'tix*  Septic tank      275 00  Repairs to old whool     890 00j  Maps    45 00  Labor putting   in  new  desks       100 00  12 00  1 80  0 M  1150 07  200 00'  NOTICK  < ������������������>."  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  ������ A������d all KITCHEN ilUTENSlLS  ? Sportsmens Goods  3 and.  } Genera! liardware I  tytalrl0**Mlfy*S\ii*kr^  Violin Strings, Talking tnu-  cliiuen������������llca<w-d Victor Records  for sale nt tho Newt**, office.  Any person or persona, outting,  removing or Hiking nny WocltP,  timber or wood, of nny doscriptiodn  xilonging to tho Wellington Col-  liory C������'y., or from or off the bind  of tho eaid Ootupnity, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  any whero upon Uie company's  lav.i "ill h(< pro>*o"iited to the full  i'Xiuillvl ihuhw,  J. It. LOOK A 111),  '��������� Gunoral Munngor,  Colliery Co,y.  Don't   forget   to  place   your  liexl order for printing with us.  notk;e.  UidiuK on locomotive*- And rail  way c������rfl of Uio Union Clolliory  Company by any person or por*  wna-- except tain crew���������u clrictly  prohibits. Kmplnyow ^re ������ub-  t������* ti> dtsmipfiftl for nllowing t'nm*  V.y order  J. U.  LOCKARD,  General Mana^ .  IN THEl COUNTY   COUKT  OK  NANAIMOIIOLDKN AT  UUMlikllLANl)  IN  TIIK   rtA'lTEH   of Thoman  Smith, dicenwnl, intestate, who  died In Neluon Distiict on April  20thll   ,  AND  IN TIIK MATTKIljo! iho-'OITlcial  AdminiftrHtorB Aol"  TAKE NOTICE thnt by ordor  of Ilia Ilonpr^Judno Barker, mude  tiio 6th day of Novomber 1018,1 whp  apliolnted ndminintmtoro{ tho Kt<-  Into of tho ubovo niontioncd do-  cciipcd, and nil parties luivian  cliiimfiJajjairtHttlm fn(d Mtnto an*  h  properly verified, to'mo on or before tho 18th day of I)ncon*,bor,  1018. AND alt portieB indebted I o  sad cstato, are required to pny tho  amount of thoir fndebtcdne s to  tiio foiihwlUi.  Dit idihfd 1 Uh dny of  Nov-in  bi-.y 1UK1.  W  Oflirfnl AdmlniHrntor,  Cuujihirlaiid, 15. C.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE is lieieby ������ivon Ihat.  on tho 1*1 day of Docombor next,  application will be in'id'"* to tho  Superintoudont of Provincial Pol ���������  ice for renownl of lho hotel 'liconcc  to Hell liquor by uitiii) in tbo hotel  known aaitho Willow-* IIolt-1, fitu-  alo alCumplKill Ul.vor, In tbo Province of British C'*lumhi.i.  Dated this ^Sth day of October,  1013.  CHARLES THULIN  Applicant  Total expendit. 1013   512302 00  High peliool fees duo #54 00  Respect fully  submitted.  THOMAS H. CA11EY,  Secretary.  Hoard of School Trustees*, Cum.  beiland, II. C, .Jan'. IJ, 1014  I hereby certify thar I have ex -  aniiucd the books and nccoimU of  ihe Cuinberlaiid public, and high  school-- und Hud them correct us  sol forth above-,  J. STKWART*  Auditor.  VIN A N CiA~ STATl C MICK T  Ctunbcrhiiul Niyltt School  JttW  KliCEIlTS  Govurninent (Jinnt  $800.00  Subscript ion    1D7.50  superscribed  p ami M.trricit  Cniisiiilile'.s ���������Q.nriois si l'mvell River.'  ���������.vill be received by the Honour.iblc the-  M'nisipr of Public Works up tn noon of  Fnd.iy i.Ihj a.n li d iv of I'tbm.'iry 1914 for  lie erection And cemoleiicm of lock-up  ind married constable's C|uarters at Fow-  ���������II River, in ihe Comox Mlectci.it'  IJUmici. '- * ���������.,-���������  Plans,   specifjculHinv,   contiaci     and  ���������inns ot tender may bc'-Reeii on and af-..  ���������."r the and day ol. February J914,  at the  flice   of   Uie   Piovincial Constable,   At  i'tWa'A   Riiei ;  >Ir., J.   Kaird,   Guveru-  ��������� nent Ayc.u,  1'uvnbt-1Unid, IJ. C.;'Mr.*J;.  Mahnny, Govciniiiem Agent, Vimocmv'er'  ���������i.  C: or   the   Dep.nuiient -o(   Public  Woll;--, Victoria ' , "  IniKtidini; tenderet-? cap, for, the sum.  f ten dol'.ais (*ui), obtain, one  ���������npy 01 llie-n'ans and speciheaiions by  ipplying to the: undersigned, which sum  vill be refunded ,011, their return m  ^ood Older.  I������arh proposal my it'be accompaiiioc"  ���������>y an accepted  bank cheque or. ������cri-ifi-  ���������-.ite of deposit on 'a  chartered  bank of  Canada, made pay.-.ble  to the ' Honour-  ible ihe Minister of Public Works, for a  "in.,  equal to to'|(:r,cci''i of the tender,'  illicit shall be forfeited if the party ten-  Icnni! dtciinc   tc   eiitfj   into  conn act  vhen called ii|X)i* to do so, or if, he lai,!  0. conipleTe   HTc-    \vor!r"cuniractedTTorT"  1 he clicii'ies 01 ctnificaies  of deposit of  dnsucces-sliil lendcrers will   be 'retunicd  ti 1, then   upon   llie   execution ���������'*of  tbe  Contract. ��������� , .  Tenc'cis will tioi, be considered iiiileti  nade out on the farms supplied, signed  with ihe aciual sij{naU)ie,,of the lender-  cr and enclosed in the envelopes furn-  i������hed.  The lo'ivcsl or .my lender uoi nccessar  ily accept(mI.  ���������    J. K. GRIFFITJi,  Deputy Minister nnd Public Woiks  Ungineerj Depailment of Public- Woiks,-  Viciori-", Li. C, J.iiHiary 31-st, iyi.|...  fe.| .-��������� ^^  MAD������'SM'CANA^  rMH' 1 If Ft  WEMM   t  8;? 17.30  KXPKNDITUUK  ������������������ 45.00  ������������ 17.50  on baud Dec, ������1, UU3 5 00  CKH3SCALLV l;'5i^  Cnnadlab Clovcrnmcnt tof.t.0  hi  r.how v.'O fiavo tho p'.irc-sJt,   h\  1 and Iifuliftot utrcHRtfj goo-Us. /���������' *  A (lUlctfn !3 ti"...i liy the /' q  \\\ I/cr.t F.takci'3nml Catcrero ulfu  lira evcywlierc.   (\sts r.n ,fj;,;)  noio t!)an tlio I-sfcrlor hlv/\  nduttenMci.! klnJa.        Rpj  ������. W.CILLUTT CO..LTD.U a-i'i  Toronto, Oni  ' Jl\*i^"-ri  ���������,**T���������^7���������^r���������>rt\vJ^������������������ilri^  li-ii-.jirt ��������� -i a\'<">}  (?M'S ^Cfttoa \tot Goft-^ousr-X  ,_ ^i') ifreut Ulc-lrirt Vo.ili*, tiri  "-c.only vnUi cr.ij.tvil lAnnUiLf  14-i Jl&irukxVOr of 1 vflJult vkwu'i-i c*a  I'rlwflnorboT, nlKforti, ton) -������lllpl*wni-n.r.* i  -vlllcuro, Hulil hy all -drturffJutM or iiuillinl la *  liUln |iUtf. oa ruo-ilpl of 111 luu. Arm ji������������hi- lih'l \  t furni?It lame, ������toww*'wv������*Mf������ T������ront^o������t.  AU,.,  lOI't  k  -   fc. ���������>  W 'j *. * ,'w  ������������������  NOTICE U lmr*by given tint nt tlm  licit mMtinBof tlio Hoard if I.io-wioCoiu  mliflloiitra of tlio City ot Cumlwrlnnd, wo  intcud to apply for 1 roncwil '.f the !u>l-  r.l licinM JiblJ by un for tlin VocuViuim  lluii'l, nilUuU"(lun lot '���������, bloc'r.',., t iuuV(.-f������  I mid Towii-jiti*.  Jtli'SPJt DAMONTK  Jti.'KPU ruiiAcm  iM-sJOctLlKr'.r.Hb, r.j::.  Kct-pectfblly eubinttlwl  THOMAS. II CARKV,  Swrctniy.  I hereby certify tiiftt 1 hnvo t*x  tuninod tia' hot������k������ and nucounti.' ol  the   f'uml'i'/'l.'Hid    niidif     Kf.'li"!  tW*imotlhl*eC0.."ryM1TQ.0nT. <J<.'n,vtlt WX'tffyl  I''  i*t*vvvv*^������*V'V*VV't-i>V'*t ���������V-**'i  'LOOK OUTl  for llie Milk wn^on  vi!!1 'l:e ir.c".'. !!.','.���������*;  FRHSII MIMt AND  FARM l'RODUCI-:  Our Milk is the product  of the Host Fed Oows  VRi'SH    MT*K J  Delivered nmiuiii'i������;\ t'v.riii-.jjj'X  I. Ivl^P.UVA  r.nd find thnn ������>rrci'.t hs a-t U rlli j ftJk,^. ..   ,'\L7X *^.*     t  uuuW.  i. .STKWAUT,  Audit, a;  f'.JVl-   l'������������������  N'-IMJl.'  DKR   F(iRJi������������   I'klN'TJNU. .r.^A^.^,v ���*>_.* .m/i-v *�����
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Why dossn't shs tato *     ���
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
They stop a headacha promptly, yet do not contain any of
���Uie dangsrous drugs common tn headache tablets. Ask your
Druggist about them.   25c. a bos.
NATION At 0RU5 AN* CHCMtCAl Co. or Canaba, Limiteh. 123
���S'~<   A Railway Bridge
is not intended for highway traffic or for short
cuts. Pars on j crossing
them frequently meet
frith du&stttr,
A car that will give the satisfaction
you expect���llie motoring pleasure .
you deserve.
McLaughlin Motor Car Co.
Oshnwn, Ontario
.,   No ���*-i'ti.cuiar. Hurry   ���      .    *?    WOOD  FO.
Brown and big "wife were at a moving-picture show.
In the play on tbe screen, tho villain had just thrown tlie hero from a
high cliff. -' "     :
Oh, exclaimed Mrs, Brow.-, I hopei
the officers tuiry up   and   catoh   tho
wretch! '      -
Have patience, dear, said her husband. The operator .is turning tho
reel us -fast as he dares.   *
, Not Friendly, but Acquainted
Oli.-JM:*. Smith: cried the youti-r
ip.dy. ns sho greeted "her caller. So
vou have been making friends with
Fido? And do you think lie likes-you.
I don't believe, he's decided yet���
he's only had one bite of mc, and ho
seems to, want another.
Danger in itself, holds great train -
, in? power.,  For it is in* times .of sore
j distress and opec   danger   that   the
I souls nf men arc put to. the test. Few
; men are born cowards.     Mostly*they.
jmake  themselves  or are made, cow-
ja'rds.      In'the face of danger either
I the hero loomr or thecoward cows.
Learn to face Canger���calmly.
There are few great soldiers    but
that will  admit* the first impulse in
.going  into  battle is  to  immediately
turn and run.     But once they get into
action, mere danger looks trivial aud
only the chance to prove courageous
and of metal counts with them." Personal  safety,  to  such, soon becomes
tho minimum thing.
Learn to face danger���calmly.
We  tire daily beset with    danger.
Danger is one of the mystery gods.*
But to him who daily' schools himself
to expect danger, at any hour, when
danger come, it is io such a one but
a new situation to meet and face and
conquer���i'oititied as he is, against all
thought of cowardice.     So daily���
Learn to face danger���calmly.
Are there any sweeter words in the
English language; musingly .inquired
Professor Swiggs, than "I love you."
Well, grimly remarked the pessimis-
Ue hearer.    "l v.��dersla.'.(V that some
authorities "regard "There's that mon-
"^y^ToWoTOtl' 'TT5~irbxru tr trrc-cp i to in e-o t
satisfactory sentences.
An old man, nearly eighty years old,
walked ten- miles from his home inlo
Knowltou -ecently. When ho reached
town he was greeted with some astonishment by a friend.
You walked all the'way! the latter
exclaimed.     How did you get along?
Oh, first rate, replied the old. man,
genially. That is,' I did till I came to
that sign out,there. Slow down to fifteen miles an hour. That kept me
.back_some. -        	
Experienced mothers say
Zam-Buk is best for children's injuries and skin
troubles, because:
It is herbal���no poisonous
mineral coloring.
������It is antiseptic���prevents
cuts; and burns taking
wrong way.
It is soothing���ends
It heals every time.
as good  for
. Sold at.
all storet and
An editor who'-'starled abcu't twenty
years ago with only 55 cents is now
worth "about $100,000. Ilia, accumulation of wealth is owing tu his frugality, good habits, strict attention to
business. and the '"act that an uncle
died and'left him the sum of 599,-
999. ' .
The'Twelfth Mass
The accomplishet". and obliging
pianist had finished several selections
in the hotel' parlor and tiio ,guests
wero discussing other numbers. One
turned to an elderly lady, and said,
Twelfth Mass. You remember that
Mrs.' Hisconsin?' Remember 'it?yl
should say. so. Why, my husband
served through tho war in that*, very
regiment     ' *-'-"
Ontario Grows all but Eight of
Thirty-Four Woods Used
Practically all industries are more
or less depend&nt on wood. In Ontario
alone, exclusi-e of the manufacturers
of rough lumber, over thirty-eight industries, represented by 1,200 different
firms, supplied the statistics recently
compiled and published by the Forestry Branch, Ottawa, in a bulletin entitled, "The Wood-Using Industries
of Ontario." These firms in 1912
purchased S07.456.000 feet, board measure, of rough lumber, valued at $19,-
into several hundred finished,products
ranging from handles to hearses, represents a turning' over of several
times this amount of capital.
Not only is it - remarkable that' so
many different industries, even including foundries, require wood to carry
on their-operations, but it is .equally
noteworthy that twenty-six of the thirty-four kinds of wood .used should
grow in . Ontario,,. The supplies of
some of tliein it is true, arc Hearing
exhaustion, but this was not always
the case, nor is it likely, with the
steady rise in wood prices, that this
will, long continue to be the case. '
Mr. E. J. '/.a\u?,, Ontario Forestry
Commissioner, says:���'"There is at
present in the o'.d settled portion, of
Ontario an aggregate of about 8,500_
square miles of farmers'^woodlands.
It is safe to say tliafthere is, in addition to the assessed woodlands, another area of 8,500 square miles which
ia .suited only for. forest growth. This
means .that' southern Ontario could
eventually have over ten million acres
of private woodland."' Ontario was
onco a land.,, of valuable hardwoods
and wil. bc so again.
Another remarkable thing illustrated by this bulletin is the'variety of
uses to which woods, still common in
Ontario, may be put. Elm aud bass-
wood are used* in thirty-due industries, and ash is another valuable
hardwood with .a wide range ot use.
Maple, Ontario's most important hard-
\;ooA, has over on-., hundred listed
uses, while birch and beech arc being increasingly used, especially for
hardwood flooring. . Pine* forms 21.7
per cent of all tl.e wood purchased by
theso industries, but is being gradually replaced by spruce, as tho supply
is nea'ring exhaustion. By observing
the uses and then consulting the cla^
ified directjry of manufacturers, markets may be ascertained for ,cherry*-ap-
plc, sumac and ether supposedly little
used hardwoods, and also- for many
forms of wood-waste.-  .
Plant your Garden with
Vegetable and Flower Seeds of
Northern Stock that will grow
iN'OlHIXG adds greater beamy to a house
.Lan-a tastefully arram,
ged garden.'-and noth'n-.
detracts more from
the appearance of a
garden than the .barren
spots where seeds "refused" to grow. '-Why' not 'make a good garden a^cortainty'by using
.the best Canadian Government Tested Seeds? Reiinie's Seeds have
been recognized as strictly reliable for nearly Fifty Years. ,    "
<  Writs for our complete catalo9*..-J���frsa
WM.   RENNIE   Co., Limited Also at Toronto, > Montreal   and Van-
*-���   ��� ' -    -        ' -.- -��� .    - couvcr       * ��� " .
Makes Home Brighter
ajnd Labor, Lighter.
No Waste I Hamilton, canadai No Rust
Just because sho is a womc-n, there
are times when every woman needs
help and strength in the form oC a
blood-building tonic
To thousands  of girls  a..d women
Dr. William's I'iuk fills have proved
a  blessing,  becauso they  enrich Uio
blood, give strength and restore tone
to tho achu.g nerves.   The anaemic
girl wl'.o is languid ami pale, the wlfo
whose buck feel   like breaking; the
mnirou whoso health   fails   as   she
roaches middle use���for all Htichsul-
icrerp, Dr. William's: Pink lMUa arc in-
valuable, hr-wisc ill health iu womnn
la u su all v caused by poor blood or
Insufficient*   blood.   Thefts   pills  liiw
���Mired thousands of others, why not
you?     Mrs. .". Mori'ie, Wallbrook, N.
fi., says*.--"It is Impossible for mo to
rav too much  in  piuiso of  Dr. Wil-
* Hani's  riiil*   V-lils*.     I  have,  been a
great  KinTcroi*    from  thoso    troubles
Mini mako the life of no many women
.in almost constant misery.   Pulim   '
Mm back and side racked an*  tortured
mo,     My nerves scorned ro give nut,
and at times I could do no house work,
and only womon who liavo Hlnillurly
suffered know    whnt   I    nurtured,'   n
tried mcdii-liio rntor medicino wltlioul
nnv benefit, and was finally porsundoil
to'trv Dr. \Ylllium'n Pink Pills, Boon
aftor starling the rllln 1 .'ound fin ii.v
provmiii'iii., uud us 1 continued tlic-ir
line mv health   iinl Htmngtli rotnriicl
.ind T now fool im woll as ovor T did '-i
mv lifo, ami I nm relating my wpoi-
Iciiec iiiorolv In tho hope llmt It may
Irud somo othoi  stiflVrliig wommi to
reiiowod health.   1 may add that my
mother suffered I'nim rheumatism, nn
buillv Unit sho. luul to use u crutch
nnd' Dr,   William's   Pink   IMlIn coin-
pUdi'ly restored hor to licr usual R('Oil
health. ,,       ���
AI-vnvR got .ii/neniiliio pllln wil"
Uio mil nnmo f,^r. Willlani'H I'lnk
Pilbi for Pub' People" on Uu; wrapper
around r-nch bo*... If your iIpiiIov
il.ioH not koop thom. tho pIllH will bo
nout,- pout pnlil at 50 con I h u box or nix
bow* for *U.r.0, by writ Inn: Tlm Ur.
willlamV. Medlclno Co,, llrocliville,
Liniment Cures
Gar-jet . in
With Webster's Under Him
When' a short man wants to stand
on his dignity, he had better 'do it sitting down. ��� ���
The' young daughter of tho household was made to sit down and olec-
trify tho assembled guests with hor
piano playing.
Now, toll ma, lien��� said tho fussy
mother to tho great artist when, her
daughter had finished, what do you
think of my Cimghtor'B execution,
Madame, ho ropliod dellborately, I
think it would bo *���> capital idea.
Have a Special Crimp That
Makes Washing Very Easy.
and Temper
Are  Easy
on Hands
D ,
H s
Sir���-In the November Scribnor'a
Theodore ltnosovolt writes*.
I was informed by entirc-il;- trustworthy people that in swimming cat-
Uo ae'rosa a river savage hippos had
.beon known to hhsiiII and kill them,
Why do the hippos swim r.hoir cattle
across a rlvor? Ami why do they de-
Btrov Uioir oovii property','
A Frenchman staying at a London
hotel, when presented with his bill,"
paid it without formal protest, but was
indignant,at its amount. I vish to
zee the proprletaire, he said to the
clerk. In u moment tho proprietor-
appeared. The Frenchman was all
smiles. Mi! he exclaimed. I must
embrace you!
But why should you embrace me,
sir? askod tlio astonished hotel keeper.'    I do,not undevstand.
* Look^jjt'i-.eo bill!
Yos, yofrrrtt-eeeipted bill. What of
It?    ��� ��� ,
What of It? Simply sees, zairo,
that I shall uovalro, no novairo, see
you again.
When the Son Set
Thore waa a llltlo boy   who   commenced lo keep a diary.    Got, up this
morning   at 7 o'clock, wan his lirst
Such an expression, 6iiiil his horrified mother, Does tho sun get up?
No, it rises.
Just before Tommy retired ho wrote
in his diary: "Set at 0 o'clock."
First Lady���Too bad! "Mrs, fi. al
ways has such ii.miiilnablo wenlhor
for hor afternoon teas.
Second Lady���Von; she novcr pours
but lt rains,
A yriiiii/-- lady was i*linlying ro lie n
uni'!'-'', nnd ('ho fiail ono <l��>' to n pu|>-
Pllla of Attosto;. Value.���Pnrmelco'H
Veg.ilublo Pllhi uro the result ol' care-
ful study of Uio proportion of certain
molrt und herbs, and tho nc.l.I<vn of
such na so-laUvcn r.nd laxatives on
the dlgostlvo npi-un'tiis. The sue-
cess tlio coinpoi.i.ilcrs havo met with
nttotilH the viilui of their work. These
pills havo boon recognized i'or many
j oars as tho ">oh. cloansors ol' the syit-
ieiii that etui bo got. Tholr uxoollcnco
wns rouogitlzoil from tho llruL nml
tlioy giow uio n jio]ii:!-.r daily.
. A young mothor, who had just ro-
turned from India, engaged a now
iiurtie for hor bi.'n.v, The iitireo camo
to hor and paid;
I (lim't know what's tlio matter, minium, but the little one crieti anil cries.
I nm do nothing to iiuioten it.
Tho mother thought a moment; then
brirtliti'tilug uii, nlio nald;
1  I'oinoinbor    now,       Ilaby's
The well-lirod man ilrosscs nuiotly,
says ii wrll-oi- on the fashion page. It
may bo milled that frequently, whon
ho'arrives homo lato at night he undresses quietly, Also, tho well-bread
man outs qiilolly.
Saskatchewan Lady Adds Her Testimony tc-.What Has * Already BBen
"��� Said of the Great Work Dodd's Kidney Pills are Doing.
Caesarville, -Sash. (Speclul).���Tlio
scarcity of female help iu n new country subjects the women cf tl.e prairies
to unusual strain, and careful observation has established the fact that this
strain lirst makes itself-felt iti the kidneys. , For this reas-on Dodd's Kidno",
Pills are making an..enviable reputation from the 3rc-at Lake,., to the foothills, of tho Kockies.
. Every whero you will iind wor..en
singing the praises of the groat Canadian kidney TOiaedy that h:.s banished thoir pains ant weariness, and
brought them back to health. Among
tho'cany is Mrs. Edgar Cowen, an
estimable lad} of this place.
"I ir.v-J found Dodd's Kidney Pills
very bono'lclnl," Mrs. Cowou slates.
"If anything I can say will holp any
sufferer I am glad to add my testimonial to what has already boon :��� it1."
The kidneys strain all the rofuso
material out ol tho hlood. If they aro
out of order this rofuso remains In
t"-o blood, and boeomeB poison. That's
why sound kidneys moan' puro blood
and good ionlt.li. Dodd's Kidney Pills
ii'iiko sound kldno.-s.
Can  always  ma fa sure of -getting" the "highest"" price's for"
BARLEY and  FLAX, ly shipping their car lo'3 to    FOR".
PORT ARTHUR and having'them sold on commission by
Guests  Have to  Hoof  It       ������,   ������
That 'new  Hotel  Immense, is   the
most complete I ever saw.     'Why, it
has a special elevator for ..every floor.
Complete  nothing!   There are    no
taxicabs to tho rooms.
None in Sight
. Mother���Well, Bobble, I   hope ' you
wero a good boy at "Mrs. Pond's and
didn't as>lc for two pieces of cake.
Bobbie���No, ma. I didn't ask for
two pieces. I only asked if there
wasn't-going to be any. ���
A Pleased Customer
IIan  tlio lmly  whose-  portrait you
pulntt'il paid you yot?
No; sho Ih suing mo for defamation.
Wiuii did n>u ononilo on Mr. Hooih
iiurKu was a black nut),
nliu litu ,���*!��* '' i.i/li--b '-���'' I
In tbo kitchen.
i /.���/( in,.
Dames, to Ibis niMco giro heed;
In controlling mon
If at flt*Ht. /on don't succeed,
��� .thy, cry again.
i_ ii .     in i   y��� ii
Wlinllior tho corn bo of old or now
growth, it. mtiHl yield lo Ilrjlloway'tt
Corn Uiii'o, Uio simplest nml boat cure
ofiVri'il to tlio public
I*"or $'s,'iiiii, tbe surgeon iiiirtwoa-il.
The young uui'.-n. f.inilrd
Vu   'In- t'lild;   I moan whnt cllil lio      Mr.   llunaliy���ir  Unit young  itiann
I  '.,,.'��� ooniiiiR hero io hoc- you evr-ry day In
nn..'.     I- ...i ,1,,11-H'.. vi>- iin-, 'inr.! the w'-i'li vou Imd bettor give him a
!ii;n to conn' iiili'j* iMipi'or,
WliCitt llirougii old
ngi! lite hoilily
functions become tilugglsli^
Na-Dru-Co Laxatives
give 'jfuitlc, timely and
rffoollvf nid, wltlioul-
disootnfcirii' nr lUstrc-ssi.
2$o, a  box  tit   j'fMtr
Druggist's. jvj
Niltoml Drag imt Chetnlul
Co. tl Can-Adi), l.linllcd.
tllIVS *l  IWWW.MWW ������.�� WW,
A curious person of a certain town
who loved to (hid out everything about
tho new residents, espied' tin? son of
a now neighbor ln a doctor's ofllco.
(iood morning, ho siikl, Littlo boy,
what is your name?
Sumo as dad's was tlio (|iilck reply.
Of course, I know, littlo hoy, but'
what is yonr iliul's nnmo, dear?
Sumo as mine, sir.
Still lie persisted, 1 moan what do
thoy miy when they cull you to breakfast.?
Thoy don't novor cull nu", I alius got
there lirst.
Visitor  (at the national gnllory)
Why, them's the very same pictures I
saw horo tho clay before yostorday'
At-ondaut   (dryly)��� Quito likoly.
Visitor���Thon tho landlord whero I
am staying is wrong. Ilo told mo
that pictures was changed *!ally in all
the loading plcturo houses.
Tho Nova Scotia   "Lumber
the MOST liniment In uso.
I got my foot badly jammed lately.
I buthod it woll with MlNAIliys LINIMENT and it wiih. as woll iif ever next
Yours very truly,
t. o. Mcmullen
vho Umlly rcmeiiv for Couehj aiid Coldi>
Wil  dote.   Small bottle,   Ucut Mince 1670.
Somo Burns manuscripts wore re-
contly sold to an American collector
for $25,000. Suet nro tho glories
ut'tor (loath,
:t��i\*  I'i'liiy.
Dallied Inntlr.et
Mul.hoi Helen, little glrlu llHIHl no1*
talk nil ill" time nl ll*.i> I'llik.
lli-lon--WI;(ii wil' 1 bo o-. oimii.'jli
(i. ni'iflii"i-.
Mis*- liuiiHb,v--I don't think It'H no-
i'i.."i;:ivy, pu. That's v/h;il ho coini'B
Wo (limiTVn that th" twolvo your nhl
niiSH Is ondi'iivorliig to Hlanoli Iht
1 ��� ��� ; i f .-. .
What Is the mutter? littlo rtlrl, we
u  *)
Try   Murine   Eye    Remedy j "i"thin
).. y-ritj imvo j<-*'I, *Vc
ot f'rumilati'rt Hvclid:,
- jli.utlip.j   ICvc l'-i'i-i.
li!-r'"ir; Kve Ueintily. Lif|U<il, 25i:, SOc,
M'H'i'.*', ''v'J H:.lvii ��'.�� AHcjitlc Tube*!,
'I-:,   Stu.     Y'o'ti  Iii-"'-.'.  I'rec by iluil.
^,- ��> . /j:.ln a r.iit '.nt *" *���*������ tfctt Htti Ctn
\'..m  t** .mu'dr Co.. CIiIcikq
graiulnm in too moan for
:, iVatciy Kycaliinytlilni;!  sho Hobs.     My i.ow froc.
Doe-iii'tSin.-uticimi" lioiin* thin uirirnlnfi', und hIic Bald
Vftwlri-} fjul*; ir wim Km ibirlnif for irm to wear and
���'"������*   "'     put it on herself to wear to tho mat-
im i:
*. ;NA-PRU-Gp; a
"""���<,'      '��� jo^t^ttO '.   ���
They Always Catch *Em
EiiRonlit���Ho that   Early   girl
ciuwhc Tom Hynl nt lust.
l'Jilt*i*ii����� \ ou,   liuut (Hint nor cuou oi
the Karly-IVnl con. innllr.
Two natives of tlio Einornhl Islo
woro -llHousHlng with evident, Irritation
tho Immigration problem.
Thlm furr'noi-H In gottln' nn nwful
hold in this country, snid Tlm.
Thru for yo/,, utiHwcrotl tho oilier
us ho ti'iinsforroil his corncob to the
other Hiilo of his mouth. I wax, reading ovor last evening thn list av men
iiittiirali/.i'd an' ivory wan av tlilm was
fnrrln. �� .   .
A girl with iirttty, rosy chocks waa
walking down ti Hlroot In a southorn
city whon alio hoard u clu1*miin way to
IiIh compiuilun:
Hy heaven, Bho's painted!
Turning (jiilclUy about, alio mild with
dignity: You, und by lioavon only I "
Had If, Didn't Want It
Tut Shauglinossy, hearing that the
blink in which ho kept his savings had
failed, rushed around with his lianlc
book and demanded nil his nionoy. The
paying teller straightway began to
count 11 out.
Oh, yo'vo got it, hnve yo? snid
Shaughnossy. wllh a hIr'h of vol!of.
Kupo it thon. Ol don't want It aa
long as yo havo lt,
The Advantage of Education
If a man Is naturally bn.i, do you
think Unit education would mako him
Mnybo noV; bul. It would help to koop
lilm out of jail.
Can nor. thin riuiitrel bu patched u***
bot worm i-ftrs. Wonibiit nml Mru. Wallaby?
No, this fjniirrol cannot bo patch id
Mrs. Wombat o.lorofl Mrs. WiUlaby'ii
cook $2 morn per "week.
And did you ovor seek tho man, wo
nuked the Ofllco,
Onco or twU*o,, ropliod lho Oflloo.
Hut I found him waiting outHido my
Butcher���You havo got six or eight
now boarders ain't you, mum?
Mr��. Hllindlet��� Vob. 'Tlioy camo
yostorday.    How did you know?
Hutclier���\ iioiict'ii ymi iiin-. ijuying  Tu Slop a Cs��!vi Quickly end
���'1"V' i'J
V/. N. U. 980
No mni i' hUi-'II sit iip-nn hi* lap,
A.'i haiipy art a maid can bo,
For (ihc'h alrahl of oatcliliig cold.
Ab Ii,' ha a Water on tbo Knee.
A soothing, coolliiglotlon���thft
very bent thing you can use
for the ohaled nkln, chipped
luuds and cracked llpsv/hlcli
rivfcol-i "v**-*tli��r hrln(;i. rrt.i
25oaboUl��, llyW Druggist':;.
half n pound moro ot overyth ug.
A toaoaor in ouo or tho public
BChoolii a��koil lior pupllH to wrlto a
nontonct which would iiitrodtioo tho
word "anonymous," o.\pl. 'nliiy to
them tho word' meant "without a
namo." When tho pitprrH woro handed In thlf* KtarTlnif; Horilfnrr. mot ber
nyo: "On ..ty way to Acliool thin
morning I uaw tin anonymous cow.
Pr>cv*n*' fiJrT*i\" ^f ^"V',''���,.''?'t'*'.'J''C'.T*o **.} in t^rj iinr.
Catarrh, Uoe "Cotarrhozonc"
The boy nt tho bond of Uio claim will
state what were the dfirlc ngC3 of tho
Hoy ItflnU-ito,-*.
Next, MftHlor JonrB, cnu you loll nio
what tho dark ages were?
I guono thoy wore the- ugci bctoro
eDCCtftlora wero ia- ontcd.
Nothing moro florioim than tho common cold.
If it gains .loadwny you oun't utop It
from running Into Cuuirrh, denfnoHi*,
or uorlouu throo^ troublo.
Cutarrh BPronds vory fast.
From noun to throat lt goon In ft
day. Soon tho Bronchial tiihch nro at-
footed���nnd boforo you know It, unions vory healthy tho lungs nro hit,
and It'H too la.o.
Whilo you hnvo the chnnce, drive
colds and Catarrh right out   ot   the
You can quickly do no ly Inhaling
tho rich pinny vapor of Catnrrhozono.
Ulght to whore tho living gorm of
Catanh Ij working wlll Uio healing
No liquid .nodlclno can ponotruto lo
tho deep "ooobhoh that Cnmrrhozonn
btithCR with Uh ..nothing vapor���that'll
jiifit why it proven no wonderfully et��
Tho liPtilth-laden vnpor o. Cntnrrho-
zone curcH iho wprs. of coiiglm nml
hoiirnoneiiH, Tfio titlonnoHt ptirtB it
tho bronchial tubiH nro rcuchoiU
UronohltlB Ib cured���ovory coll fu th*
hoad, throat an.l nco Is treated by,
C��tarrliozono'�� wcndorful ftimoH.
You cuu't bo..t Catarrho7.oni) tot
luiBhlnM'!*, wi ale throaty hoi*o nostril;:,
catarrhal and bromlilnl troublo of uny
kind, (lot ihi- -"ouiirii-lo k\.h\) ontllt.
Smaller hIzo r.Oc. Trial Blzo 26o.�� r.t
dcaloru evwywhert.
^ :\  \  jt>  THE NEWS."CUMBERLAND. B. C.  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  ���������Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  IIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  -���������act surely and  gently on the  liver. Cuie  BiliousTiejj,  ' Headache,  Ditti.      _ ,   -r_  ������css, ind Indigestion.    They  do  their duty.  Small Pill. Smalt Doie, Small Price.  Genuine "must bear Signature  A  R������U  btvor SlmulatloK  GOLD WATCH FREE.  A utrkliht'orwird loneroni  * offer   Irom   to  eituWiihed  llrm.    Wo ������.������ eltitm htyit  NstoliM  to   llinnuntli   of  l'ooylo nil   orer   th������  '   world    ni    a     hnt������  idTortlsement.    Now  ���������-li. - jonr   rhjmco . to  *   obtain one.   . Write  DOW,    endosln;   33  routs for cuo ot  our  Imhlombln r.adlot'  I.onB     C.narJn,     cr  Oonta*   Albert!,   lent  . o.-wrlato talj to wear  ttIIU tlio watch. lvlilrij  .'.Trill   lit   tivou   l'n������  ftlVha     ITMtillCH      ttTQ  Euarantard five yoin).  ���������houM you tcke nl-  ii\nt*:o ot onr murvol.  lolls otfor. Wi eipMt yon to tell roar friends  about in and tboir them the boiutiful -natch.  HurTt tlitnk thU offer too good to to true, but lend  38 cent* to (Iir and tain a Freo Vatcli. " Von  wlll be unarerl - "VILLIAMH & LLOYD, Wholesale  Jeweller* aw. 1131, 89, Cornwall!! Head, londoo. N..  Eu������lanil. *'    -'  S^.?WtrafI'RBMOMWeiW-K'OV- N<*1.N������a.Vt*  THERAPION^.^SS  treat lucceis, curbs chronic weakness, lost viQoa  ���������IU. KtDIIEYl ILADDta. DISKASE8, BLOOD POISOB,  FILM. RITIIKK MO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL (1. POST I CTt  VOUOXKA CO, H, BKSICUAN ST. NEW YORKoc LVWAN BRfM  ���������TORONTO.   OTUB TOrt FREE BOOK TO D������. LK CCKBO  "Mid. Co, HavirstockRd. Hampstead. londos. Rkc  ���������mHKWDRAOBICITA!.TRI.ESS)FOIlMO������   KA3r to TUg  THEHAPION ksd������,������.  tat that tiadk marked word 'thkiupion  i* o*  tan. *)v*r.iTAu? iymiD to all oixuixs rictnt.  Writfeiprl'riceLista^  fKinsf and Alexander. WINNIPEG. Canada ���������-  Headmaster's Praiss  H->-*iework for schoolboys was defended in.a paper read by Mr, Shaw  .leffery, headmasto" of Colchester  School at the Headmasters eonfer'-jnee  at tho London Guildhall.   -  English schoolboys, he said, are tho  healthiest, happiest, laziest, most  natural, most truthful,'pluckiest, most  self-reliant and most original schoolboys in Europe. They have a very-  rigid code of t-.onoi, peculiar to' themselves. Thoy can take liar J knocks  without whining and they have a more  independent outlook,' aud . aro better  able'to do things fpr themselves" than  any' foreign schoolboy I have ever had  to do with. ..      "  The reason fcr this is. that they  arc trusted to do a certain amount of  work and play. If school authorities  yielded to the claim for no homo  work, raised by a comparatively small  section of the *-*i*blic, one conspicuous  test of. originality, and self-reliance  would bo elirchiatcd.  Onions Cheaper*  Mrs. Hetty'Green en. her seventy-  eighth birthday anniversary told a reporter that, she put more faith in onions than in doctors. An onion was  her recipe for colds, coughs, insomnia,  nervos.and many othoivnaladies. .  ". *������An onion, she added, is a better  friend to your pocketbook than a doctor, too.  .��������� Father is Improving  Daughter���������Why, papa, you are improving..   You shot a rabbit.  Papa (city magnate, who lias bought  a country estate and is" trying to live  up to iti��������� Well; I didnit exactly shoot  it, Gwen. 'I slipped crossing a fence  and fall on it.  Handsome UaroliKhas'quite an engaging' personality.     ,  I am glad I haven't as engaging'a  personality.   '  Why not?        *   - .  He has too many breach of promise  suits. "   -.  Burned Candle for Her '  Poet Cliarlt- Hanson Tonne's newest story is abou'r a clever woman  playwright ho. knows. Another ' woman wrote to her: "Burn, a candle for  mo, that my r.ev, play succeeds." The  clever woman" playwright" wired back,  "Burning candle at both ends for you.  The average man never appreciates  prosperity until after the parade' has  passed by.  .We also 'buy Hides and Sonaca ".oot.  kst and mm so mother m mm. ��������� ���������  Mus. \Vinslow"s Soothino s?Rur- lias oeen  aueti for ovei- SIXTH .YEARS by MIMWONSol  MOT11KRS -lor tlieir CIHXDRKN V/WLX  TEKTH1NC with PBKI'ECl SUCCESS. It  BOOTIIKS the CHILD. SOl'TKNS th* GUMS.  *;.:,.V������������all j?AIN-, CUKES WIND COMC, and  is the best remedy lot DIARUIIU'A. Xt it al>  eolutclv harmless. Be sure aim ask loir "Mra.  Vtar-loVA Soothing Syrup," ana iufce KO oll'Sl  SJuel, .Xweuty-(ivc"ccnt3a Dottle.  THIS  . *���������   is a  HOME  DYE  ���������    that    .  ANYONE,  can use  ^Tho Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth.  <*!���������������*>. Simple,NoCh������iic������ of MlKutics, THY  i���������.!1 1 "rnil for True Color Cinl und llonkliif,  jlll������JoUii������oii-llldnrd������ouCo.l.lMilled,'*lo.ilrral  PALMISTRY  Your Life's hi Your Iltnul. Rend  Your Own .Fiituro! Sond foatul  Noto S." coiit.-j nn." iitainpetl (KlrtrcHHod  envelopo to CroHceiUia, tlu. woll  known seli-ntlflo piUinlHl who will niiiil  you chart from vvhlcli you cnu i-ond  yonr own ���������"utitrt. It will fully do-  hoi'IIjc your ]inst and futnro ..fo ninl  it can be a cciibIuiU guldf* in ill'-.'.  CRE8CENTIA, 0, Stobart Block,  Wlnnlperj.  The Limit  Mary .'IiuuVh iiiiihIpi' Ih ccuniiti'lf'.. Ilo  nlwnys wrltoH Ium* n not" liiHtfjiul of  tolllnfc lior whnt to do. Tho otluu* dny  ho xc'itlioinc Homo noto piiiie:' with tho  UBiiiil ilicKunk iidtlreini iirlnioil on it,  Mnry tool: It in, The llrut thing Hlin  notieeil wmi n nolo iittiiuliod toi It, ud-  (Iri'HKI'll to licr.  Woll, thin Ib the IhhI, utrnw, Hiild  lndlf-'iiiint IMnry no hIio rend tlin note.  "Die liiHldc thin inu'liiign,"  It'ii tlio iiii'iin mini who will gloat  ovei' the prlco of r'ggH ;ltml: hecitiiHe  lio noror enttt tlinn hlmai*ir.  Vi'Opln wniuli'i* why iinrtii'i*. did nut  put nu occiin l.oro Mexico und Central Amorkui now uro,  MMHMHMHH^|^aMtWPa"---i   |������ni������IMWM--iNH������WHIM������MMWMIMf  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  ������re matJe accordlnu to n formula tn  um nearly ti century ni;o among tlia  Indian*-, and learned from tlmm by  Dr. Morse. TIiourIi repeated ot.  tcinpt.i havo been made, by pliyti.  cl-ins and rlif*mlst������, It lian lirfti found  Impossible to Improve the formula or  the pills. Dr. Morae's Indian Root  1-ilU arealiouoeholdremedy throughout the world for Conutliiatlon and  ���������ll Kidney nnd'Llver troubled. They  act promptly and effectively, nnd  Cleanse the Sveiem  W. N. U. 089  - A song with thu "title, "There's ,a  Sigh, in the Heart," was sent by n.  young man to his swee't,h������art. but the  paper fell into* the hands of-the girl's  father,, an ,unsentimental physician,  "who exclaimed:'. ' ' "'' .  _A\Uiat^v.re.tch.pd,���������unscientific-rubbish,  is this? -Who ever, heard of such a  caso? - * ��������� '  '  He wro'co on the outside:-   ,  "..-'  -- Mistaken diagnosis;  no sigh in the  heart possible.     Sighs relate almost  entirely to tho lungs and diaphragm.  You' say you occasionally smoke  one of your wife'*- birthday cigars?  Yos, 1 dug 'em up the other day, and  thoy are a great help in my* present  situation.   ���������  What is that? , *   -  I am trying to'quit smoking for  good; ���������..-���������" .       '  Magic "Nerviline" Cures  Toothache, Earache  IT   RELIEVES   EVERY   EXTERNAL  PAIN ���������  Cures Colds,- Coughs, Sore Throat,  Tight Che3l and   Hoarseness     "  It's when sickness comes at night,  when you are far from the" druggist or  the doctor, that's when'you need Kerr  viline most. Experienced mothers  are never without it' One of the children may have toothache. Without  Nerviline-y-a Meeplcss night for the  entire household. * With Norvilin. the  pain is relieved-quickly. Tt may "ie  Larache,' perhaps a stiff necl>, or one  of the kiddies coughing with a bad  chest cold. Nothing can give quicker  results than vigorous , rubbing with  this old-time family remedy.  Nerviline is too useful; too valuable  to bo without. For. lumbago, lame  back, sciatica or neuralgia .'hero is  no liniment ..with' half 'of Nervilino's  power to penetrate and cas-**- the" pain.-  As a family safeguard, as something  to ward off sickness and to cure the  minor ills that will ��������� occur in every  family,* to cure pain everywhere,- you  can find nothing to compare with" old-  time Nerviline,swhich for forty years  han* been the mos; widely used' family  remedy in the Dominion. Tho 'most  economical size'is the large-50c. family size bottl?. small trial size 25c.  All dealers-sell'Nerviline. '  THE FARMER���������GOD'S PARTNER  The Fiend and His Finish  lie saved up tho coupons  -That he got with cigarettes;  He kept them guarded safely  ' .As if "they were his pets;  He saved  up hi-   coupons���������      "    ���������*  .   But,his health kept growing worse,  The only thing they got for him .-,  . Was a ride in a brunne'tte. liearse.  I am sorry to see you in such a  slate, old friend said the visitor at  the hospital, cheerily. What on earth  hapnencd to you?  I fell off the roor���������that's all! groaned the sufferer.  That's interesting. I have an opportunity to prove a:- old theory here.  ���������"Phey say that when a man falls from  a great height.lie thinks of all his sins  before he hits the ground. Now, is  that true? .   Did you do uiat?"  Well, I didn't, have time to think'  of quite all of them. You see, I only  fell five stories. .,   ,  CORNS, CORNS, CORNS  Discovered'fa last a remedy that is  sure, safe, and ' painless, . Putnam's  Painless Com Extractor, a prompt, effective, painless remover of corns and  bunion's.' - ��������� Putnam's    Paiiless '. Corn  Extractor neither causes pain nor discomfort. Its name, you see. tolls.a  story, keep it in sight, here" it is:  Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor.  Sold by druggists, price 25c.  Farming Makes for the Service of the  Race.the Great Unused Pcwers of  Nature - ���������  '"'Rural Life in" CauatU���������Its Trend  and Tasks," is the title < * a new book  recently written by Dr. John MacDoug-  all and published bv the "Westminster  Company of Toronto.  Tlio introduction by,Dr. Jas. \V.  Robertson .is so packed with common  sense and ye.t so charged with a lorty  idealism, that it should be-read and  pondered, .'by every Canadian.  Wo are'just begininng to realize  that our vast areas of good lands  could and should carry, happy homes  for millions more people and not have  them huddled inro big towns , where  the children cannot play, How stupid  tho people ar.������ who are rich and strong  and do not givo the children a chance,  Inexprosdibly stupid no matter " how  they may \r:Ao��������� themselves on* motor  cars and big ships and line buildings, if  the children of ihe poor as .well as the  rich have no chance to play on the  grass and pick flowers and drink in the  enriching vigor of good air. Such people do not match our land. They are  like a degenerate, of an old ancestral  stock, that* was, once strong before luxury and self-indulgence and all kinds  of libertine behaviour made him a despicable thing.. As I have gone over  this- eoiitine:.'- I, have wondered when-  the man shall arise who will say, "The  Lord expects that these plains and  mountains and forests and'orchards,  will be.occupied by people to rellect  His image, and match tho setting of  their homes.  Let us consider the conservation of  the resources of the land; not only lo  grow big crops, to-increase the exports  and make balances o'Mrade stand out  with startling figures,.but to have a  better, boy, l.o.have a more beautiful  girl, that the next 'generation" for  whom wo are trustees should still  more reflect back the grandeur of human life and have a fair chance to,  give expression to it through the wise  use of our natural resources." Farming is gathering sunshine,' forging  -wealth out of chaos���������gathering aud  'Humanizing into wealth for the service of the rrce the grca*" unused  powers.of nature. It is one of the  great fundamental occupations, and  .therefore the interests of the men who  follow it arc .vori.li conserving. We  have .laid out our school system���������  that is, our rural public schools that  we 1-oast so much about���������to train a  boy to read and write and figure, as  the essential meaas,of .conserving and  training for use his''God-given powers  and obligation,, to gather sunshine.  -Maybe, the preparation does not qualify for the job, 'and the boy goes to  town where he, will-find sonio job to  suit his' training.  3Yhyr_has__theJ'oung^I.erJs_C_hrjst-  FCR  PINK EYE  DISTEMPER  ~J\ CATARRHAL FEVER  4    AND  ALL   NOSE  oAND  THROAT  DISEASE  Curesyh   sick and nets as a rr ve for others, Liq.'  uid giv-n on th' tongue.. Sato for brcod mares and all  others.    Uest kidne> remedy. Sold by all druggists and  harness houses.    Distributors : -  ALL    WIIOLICS VLB"  DRUGGISTS. .   WUI'.������"vljlj  SPr-HN  jVEDICAL CO.. Chemists, Gos.ien. Ind., U.S.A.  Ladies benefit by  ���������>      ���������   *,  tliis oven test��������� *  Changed  First chorus.-lady���������What .do you  think, d-ear? George is back from  Alaska, stony-broke and so altered  that you would hardly know him!  Second, chorus lady���������" am sure 1  shan't, dear.  quickly Rtopa cousha,  curen colds, nnd heals  the tli-roiit and lunca.       "���������       "���������!'���������    25 cents.  Power of Healing  ~ No little jensatlon has been caused  by .the remarkable speech delivered **.l  the Unlvorslty Collon-o the other day  by Lord Saiidwlc'i, who said that ho  personally possesses* the power of  healing by suggestion. Ilo said there  were fow serious maladies ho had not  trouted with success,' and claimed to  have relieved many people in agonies  of pain. Tl.'cro Is no llm , he said,  to lils experience, for ho lui'1. attended  people in palaces, cotla.'os, and hos-  pltah*. He could not explain tho power lie possessed, hut" ho was oortniii  others also possessed it.  PILES CUPED  IN  G TO 14 DAYS  Your druggliu wlll refund money it  PAXO OINTMh'NT fails to cum nny  enso of Itching, 1311ml, Bleeding or Protruding* Piles In 3 to .14 days,   50c,  Many mothers havo reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  because it has relieved the littlo ones  of suffering and mado them' healthy.  Two Scotchmen with n thi rut counted up tlieir joint ptiHiiesslon at'd found  thut tlioy could jimt envoi* tho prlco  of a ill-Ink of wlilnkoy, Tlioy wont Into the iieiU'OHt saloon anil ordered ono  drliilc. Sandy putting down th-*- money fnr the fii'nno. Then nrono a fll-i-  ���������(liiw'loii ns to uow It could ho dlapoHOd  of to the bout lulvnti'ago, It wns no  AlplioiiHO and .l,'fu.on dli-c.UHHli'ri, Hiioh  wan dlnponod to ulntid on hiu own  right whllo ut thp.Hriiuo time admitting  tlio claim of tho other.  Al the critical moment n Rtriiiige.  ouloreil Iho finloon. With . wink of  liln eye nt his eomprmlon Snmly turned to tho jitiivciimor and suld; Will  you ;.uvt' a (lrt ������������������ with ii'i:  SiipponliiK thr* otlioi'H luul hnd a  drink before, liln entrance, tho BtraiiK-  or nald honri.ly, "I will," and emptied  thf rIii hi".  Tlu'i'is wuh an uaeorliilii piunu* for  a moment mni thou tho third mnn aald  "Onilk- on, imyn, ami imw- uuo on uuO  T1-.-.-.V lirul St. A*1 tlicy went out  Mniidy wIp-Vi IiIh mouth nnd finld: Sno,  mon, It worked.  Yi'sj, wan tho n������|;Iy;,bnt oh, ivlint .*.  rink.  Mrs. Newrich twlio haR advertised  for a pianist)���������-So you.arc the music  .teacher that answered my advertisement?  Pianist���������Yes, mum.  Mrs. Newrich���������Well, sit down and  play a couplo of duets so that I can  seo what you :an do.  . Spell formriht and slvo Its definition  requested tho school tcaelur.  Ferment, tc work, responded a dl-  minutivo maiden,  Now placo it In' a sentence so that  I may ho suro yor undoratand its  ���������".caning, suid tho loach r,  In Biimmer'I wculd rather play out  ot doors than ferment in tho school  lioiiHO, returned thr small pupil'with  such doleful franknosH and unnotis-  oIohh humor thai tho toauhcr found  it. hard to suppress' a smllo.  I ir I -. r    ji      - I         a"**  Tho egg trust nt loast Is n spool or  thiii none can lay.  A nian took iim fcnuall non to inc  park. They fed fordid to tho hwiuih  ami then Htood for a long timo In  front of a ciiro ol' sorpentH. Tho hoy  looked tu tlmm with fititcliiiited oyen,  At hiHt ho oxc'lulmod:  I llko theuc lallH ail right, imt whero  ans the iinlmuli'..  Wlnrj  Either Way  Thoy nay that a man who has cold  feet Ih pretty mire to have an active  brain.  Ye-', cither '.hrit or ft well-filled  purHo,  The war-il thluj about r!'*h<*-j la  tholr Hdirelty.  Appetite  Finds Ready  Satisfaction  In u howl of  Post  Toasties  and Cream.  Thin, crir.p !*>it3 of  Indian  Corn���������-cooked   and   lonstcd  so that they have a delicious  flavour���������  Wholesome  Nourishing  Easy to Serve  ���������-aold   by   Grocers   everywhere,  Cnntidla.t Por.tum Cereal Company,  Ltd., Windsor, Out.  ian Association gone on faster and  more widely than some-other organizations? It. is not attempting to save  men's souls apart from their'bodies:-  if is not attempting to help men by  appealing to their intellect only. By  inclusion of the. body, mind and spirit,  with training for his occupation, the  whole man may be saved info faith in  a Christ who as the perfect example,  was Himself trained that way.  And when we men who are responsible have done' these things we shall  still bo unprofitable servants because  no man can achieve moro than a fraction, of the service that will pay for  what he camo intc, all unoarned by  his own labor or life. I wish the  churches out In the rural districts  ever abounding success in making the  things'I'lio-vir to tho youth���������Clod's  partner in the caro of old Mother  Earth, as a homo for the race, bearing  fine crops, with woods,, suppressed,  diseases and vile things under the restraining control of intelligent, educated man, and Earth herself becoming moro beautiful and fertile: that  when he Is far enough on lo soo and  hope for the now heaven ancl tho new  earth -whereii dwellolh righteousness,  ho has no real gain from-tho vision  unless ho takes his part in malting the  earth new and righteous whero he  lives; and that ho best gives expreiis-  Ion to his lifo, as one of'the partners,  who helps to roveal and reflect God  ���������through his labor nnd his love."���������Con-  trlbuted hy Secretary J, S. Woods-  worth, the Canadlii' Welfare League,  Itoom 10, Industrial lltiroau, Winnipeg.  Tho March of Progress  Mr. Cleaver, how   do you   account  for the fact thut. I found a piece of rubber In ono til" Ihe* muiHiiges I bought  Inst, week?  My dour miidnm, Hint only gocii to  show that tho automobile Li replacing  tho hoivo every where!  A onl eh rn led voculiHt was In n motor car accident ono dny. A paper, after recording the ai-cldi'iit, snlil:  Wo aro happy I" Hlato that ho was  able to appear the following evening  In Ihrco pieces.,  l'larly during Ills struggle for fame  Al .ToIhoii, muslc'iil ("onii.'dy star, wan  a member of a Hiti'tll opera company.  I had a pretty ftilr voice, paid tlm  comofllnn, and to give volume to our  rather small clioriiH, I would slaml In  the wIhrh und holp out. One night  Just uh I was ('itdenzlng m, host tho  nuuiagor of tho troupe tripped up boll lm! mo nml lio'ird mo slug.  r- . ���������!-,.,, .       .       ������,', ������.  ��������� "..������,������,   Uf   .i.l.u,   1.1/n t  Uti   .       .,   i.'������; .'  lUible to lH'fir vm   out front.  It allows you to use less Hour.  For only Hour that makes more  bread and better bread in our oven  test is offered you.  ��������� From each shipment of wheat  delivered at our mills we take a  ten pound sample. The sample is  ground into flour in a tiny mill.  The flour is baked into bread. If ., '  this bread is high in quality and . /  large in quantity we use the ship- /  ment from which it came.   Other-        /  wise, we sell it. *  So  your  benefit from  flour       ^  bearing this name is sure.        \       /  \    /  "More Bread;and Better BreaS���������" and  "Better Pastry Too"  S39  'THE OLD  'RELIABLE  ESTABLISHED 18+0  For Your. Voyage,  Assures COMFORT,  and" ENJOYMENT..  Tou will ant wisely   when  travelling,  or  sendln-?  for   relatives ' or  friends,-to Insist, on,a passage via  THE GUNARD  CANADIAN SERVICE  Tho equipment Is iriusrnli'eent. The Splendid Steamers of latest  model, and IiIrIicsI efficiency, carrying one class (II.)" Cabin and  Third .Class only, are most admirably appointed. The surroundings  aro most delightfully superb in their design, with-a thorough' service so dlrttinctively Cunard.      , y ��������� -  The Cunard Co. also maintains services between:  '  New York, Queenstown, Fishguard, Liverpool.  Boston, Queenstown, Fishguard, Liverpool.  New York. Mediterran- an, Adriatic.  Including the fastest steamers in the world, "Lusita'nia," "Maurotania''  Now building for Canadian Service, 3.S. "AU RAN I A"���������14,000 tons ,  All  Information as" to sailings, etc., and beautifully Illustrated  Ji tern ture may bo obtained from any Railway or_St&an*3hlu_Ag&nt_  or by wrlElhgr to " .      ��������� . ���������  THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY; LTD  304 MAIN STREET " WINNIPEG, .MAN..  Freak Societies  Germany is srifl to liold the record  for societies with extraordinary ob-  jeat.i. One of these.is entitled-"Society for Promoting Gcod Manneru  Amongst tlio Poor," whilst another  unites in tlio-bonds of fellowship all  Germans woarln-; a pointed beard. A  curious association is that of ex-lunatics, detention tor six months In nn  asylum being tlio qualification for  membership. Another society Is that  fcr promoting tlio moro general adoption of tlio name Wilhciin, presumably in complement to tin,- Emperor.  As illustrating the craze for associations In Germany, It may be mentioned  that in tlio littlo town of Wililau; with  only 2,000 - inhab'-aiits, there aro  twonty-two societies.  An Early Hunger Strike  We dislike to rob the suffragists ot  any, laurels,Jnit two hundred'aud fifty  years ago,.according to Evelyn's diary,  a poor. Quaker got out .f prison in  England by going without food for  twenty days.  KILLS THE FIRE  OF ECZEMA  i,('L those who h-ivo suffered from  ecKoinn toll j on of Its tortures. No  others can fully retill/.o what It moans  tf, endure, tlio lieon anguish caused  by tho Milling and burning.  Dr, Cliaso'r. Ointment is tho best-  known ointment irnniifaetured, be-  cftiiHo it litis ooiHiitored oc/.enm. It  -Illicitly ldlls tho fir of tills terrible  skin disease, brings comfort to the  Hiifl'eror, mid gradually lieuls up the  rnw, 111111)1111** uorcfl.  Tliero nro scores ot oilier r.i'en for  Dr. Chase's Olntnu-iil wbercvi'i' then;  Is itelilng, chilling or Irritation of tlm  akin, but tliii* Is tlio grout Lent for a  hofillng, soothing ointment: Will It  euro eczema? Uociuiho "; doeit not  full In long Htiiinlltig eiisoH -if re/.oiiiii  you inny depend on Dr, ('liaiie'H Ointment to tiootlit- Itching sklu and lif-il  sores, no' mntier whnt mny bo lho  cause.  A tall, gaunt young man entered !h������  (*tlieo of the' Globe museum and family  .theatre and asked for the manager.  What can 1 <'���������> for you? Inriiilrcfl a  pudgy man in a checked suit.   ���������  1 want an engagement as a froak.ia  the r.urio hall.  Who are you?  I am'Enoch, the egg king.    .  What is your specialty'.'   ���������  I eat throe dozen hen eggs, two dozen chicken eggs, and one dozen goos/  eggs at u single sitting.  ���������I supposo' you know our policy?  What's that?'  We give four shows every dny.  I iindoi'stand that. ���������  Ami do you think you, can do il?..  I know I can.  On Saturdays we often Jvo as ninny  .'Ui six shows.  All right.  And on some liolid-.iys wo, often -give  a porformiiiico every hour,  The  young  nian   hesitated,  In that east, lie filially snid, 1 must  havo one thing iinderiUood boforo I  sign a contract. k.  What's that, asked the manager,  No matter how ruMilug liiii.ines.'i Is  at the museum, tlit- egg king replied,  yon gotta gimme tl mo enough to eat  my regular nienls nt tho hotel,  A Foe to Asthma. Glvo Asthma half  a chaiu-o and ii gains ground rapid y.  Il..t glvo it vepjati'd lit'titiiuntii1 uf  Dr. J.   D. Kfllogg'n Astlima Itemedy  ,   .,       >ii   r   ii  i        i ,���������      ...    int.    ,  .,������������.*.   **.   *C*������*   lu,.   ...,v i,  *..*,������   ..I...*....    l������������.������.t  ' m liuli' wny ������nontxre about this remedy, It goes right lo work nnd  diivea nstli.na out. It reaches the Inmost breathing imsiiiigoi-, ami leavcM  no place foi ti.e troublo to lurk. Havo  It by you for ready use.  Husband���������Ah, ni> lovo. 1 pto yen  liavo been making cake again.  \Vlfn~-\Viiy, John, bow can you tell  that?  HiiKliund - rom your lin. erfil com  ill tlon.  The fi-llo*��������� who Ih unnbli; to tell a  Imrd Jiiflr story w.*������ll luul )tolior pn tu  wot'l-.  Wake Thnt Doo  During; n rocont burglar scare In a  Yorkshire 'own nn ecefiitrle old mnn  bought a dot, that, was warranted a  good house-guard.  When bo rttlt-od for the nlglil, tlio  dog was fastened iu iho kitchen.  In the early nii-rnlng n neighbor  went to awaken lilm, and hoard tlio  old man say to liln wife:  Got up, llet, and wakuii tliut dog;  iniM'uri mii'glnr.i ut nio li'iuiji*.  Some lime ago nn Irlnlimnn pnv.ent-  ed blniHolf boforo o Liverpool uiiibIb-  trail- tu neck iidvlfio,  Son', be said, I ltatio hens in um  cellar, but tho water pipes Is luirsu  an'  uie  niMin in an nioxncii.  Sorry I enn't do aii,vthlng for you,  said tbo magistrate; you had better  apply to the water company.  A fow tlayn later Pat again appeared.  Well, what now? Whnt did the wa-  tor company 'HI yon'! /pierled the mag-  bit rate.  Tln'v loiild tne. \i-r liotu-r, wim tbo  reply, tu l;ape ducks.  llciktir'. ���������Flubiliili iiei'iiiH to have u  wonderful opinion of blr, knowledge.  1'okiiH���������I Hhonld sny ho. Why, I  have nr.Mially luard lilm nttnnpt to  nrgii/. wllh liii "���������on, who Is In hl.i  fresliintiii year at lollugi'.  Whal's the matter with the train?  asked tho lecturer, vexed with tlio  speed Ihey were making.  If ymi don't like this train, Uie guard  retorted, you can get out nnd wnlk,  My Jove! said the lecturer, I'd llko  tu do ll, bul a reception eiiiiiinlttee In  to meet me ut my dcHlluiiUun, and I  don't wnnt to gi*; In abend uf lime,  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  A In Cnrte  nohenilan���������Do you knot,- any'French.  Cosmopolite ������������������ About four do)]"ra  nnd sl.sty cents worth.  Man'a Wants  Man wants but littlo horn below  To bring Ium peace aud liappiuesi  Tl.al  'K ,l  ,i .u <.',.'; );;i./\*  That his luighbor hati n little lesa.  Dear me, I wish I had never Iiimieri  to piny cni'iln! exclaimed a mnn who  luul been unfoitunale lu his piny.  ���������joii iinim >uii wii*u yini luul iciitiit'it  to play eiirils, don't j'uii? was the wlfe'u  sarcastic reply.  It's cany enough lo be pleasant  When life "iniii along like a brook.  Hut. tho man worth while  In  tie*   'inn  who can  utiill"  Wlii'ii by Kate lie Ih   blinded   tho  bunk',  Fn I hor-- Why don't you work, my,  roil? If ymi only know how "tuicli hap*;  pltuii'i work brings you would begin!  tit onco, ���������  Son -rather, i am trjlng to lead rt1  llfr> of nHfib'iilal, In which h;ipplri������HH  culu nu ll."iiii'.     D.i not temiit mo.  ."'I 5SBSK5
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This paper  will not hold' itse.f j ^ TI(K M|(lTER 0f.tiw ���-()ffi-
*p0usiblu-forthe opinions of otb,^ ^,mh:Isn,Uols AcJ.--
TAKE NOTICE th'��t by order
if   His     M^nur   Judge   P>:ul"tM',
ri'spousiblo-ror tne c>]
��rs, as may appear ''-'��� ;-ts columns
from time to time.
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WEDNESDAY APR.   22   10)41'^ *lw Bth d��  of   ^voin^
���i liilB, I "lvsts -ippointc-d  Administrator of "the ly'-tutt*. of tho al-ovc*-
mentioned df'Si-ased, and   nil   piu--
tios-  h-iviu*^   claiu-i.-. .luminst    the
.   FOR A LlCiWCE   TO T V.CR ATSD      ^ ^^ ^ 1riiv1 -^ <���
  turnis'li same,   pro pun v   vm-iiiiM.
NOTICK ii l-.ereijy Kiven tn:*.t Esq-ii- to i:io on or hei'i-re the lath day
iimh. & liaunimo ItniUay, cf Victoria. Dccwnl-er, 19l3. AND all pt'.r-
W. C  will a. p'y f ra livere* In tako nail ,    .
use 100.1)00 .-alums P��r *\ \���n, ,t wat��  ties mclebtwl to   6iud   ^tat.s   nre
on "i.f Tnamto Give'.',   *."'ii'.*ii fiiv.-s ia   a
i'1-.i'.h i*!y   clir e-.Kij   thro��-i*i   Keweaiitlt
"District *-n 1 ��i"?-i.ft hit i StraitB of (ieor- j
j.'u i.e.)- !i m i�� wet   if   Kip   Qualicum
Hiv-r. 1 hs water wi 1 le d'v.rt.-il at "SOO'-
npttrt-n n   t'r.i'rt   ta'dwiy mil ��iii be us-.d
for -jent-r.d i-iul'..'ay \v ws son the lnnd
licseii'ied ns liniiway Ki^bvof *>V��y.   Thin
ioii c wa! |io3ted '.-. '.nu Rmund on   the
3rd ('.*)��� of Aprl. liii.'i.      The  applicatiin
���at.! be fiicd iu the ofi'ioG c.f ti.e "\Vatir R��*-
cfirder tu Victoria, B. C'..    Objections may
be filed .wish tho said lVa'r>r Recorder ur
wiili tlio, C'��mptii>!ier  <>f VTi'ter  Right-?,
Pft.llaru.'i.t Bu.ldi. gB. VicMrii. B. C.
i. Applicant
-    H. E. BBA.SLRY-
��t.'H0 fflyi
������(���(������ nircd to- pay the s\*noui*.t of
tlieir i'.icU'ljteciness to me forthwith. '!
Dated this llth day of Novem-
l.ui-, 1913,
AV. Wi*si.ey Wiu.a"*������;->,
Oitkial AdniinistraTor,
Cumberland, li. C.
M'.igfttvdeoeased, int***state, who
died at   Cumberland, li, C.   on
June 25th 1813.
IN THE MATTER of the  '-Official Administrators Act."
TAKE NOTICE that   hy   or-,
.tier of His Honor  Judge Barker,
NOTICE in hereby tivea  ihat Esqut-1        ,    .-,'    ~.>      i r  -nt i
.  ,  ., y.f , ... .   .     inade the oth uay  of Isovember,
unit &  Nuii'omp  Raihv.iy,  oi  ^ iutar.li, 1 ���' '
ii. u wr.l��p">lyf'-r a 1 c-iioq .to take nud 11913, I was appointed  Adininis-
nse 100,000 giiiimtj p.-r 2-i hnarayo!  water ' ~ "    ' '
iui nf Sautly Crctk, which IJowb in a nor-
' ihnrly i-i uetiwi ihrongh "No-vcaml*- Dis-
t ic: diid *-m;itio3 iiit-> D-ep Bay, near
K-isi-wal Cieek- The wat-i- will b*; divor-
l d At 2150" up troatn from Railway ar.ci
w-.ll Ve nued lo? ("rinieral R-ulw-iy purposes
\Y>v. This notice was poBt��d on" the
���ji-oaiicl on.the 3:d d'y ot April, 1913^
Tiie Rppr:ej.tii.n v. ill b*j tiled ia tha ofiioe
i,f Lho Water Iv.cord-r at'Victoria, B. C
O ���"j-'ct'otifl mny bo lilat v.'ith the fiiiici
. V.'nter Recorder i r -.\itk the. Comprro!!f*i-
��f W-tt-r Kivjhts, P-arliainont RuliiiuhG,
Vie'orii., BO.
11. Ie. BKASLEY-
��jill(> my7
trator of tlu- Estate of the above
meitioned deceased, and all par
ties having claims against the
said.estate are hereby required'to
furnish Paine, ��� properly verified,
to me on or before the 13th ox De-
indebted to said estate, are required .to pay the fimennt of theii
indebtedness to me forthwith.
Datedthis llth .day of November, 1913.
"W. WKbi-KY Wir.r,AKD,
Ofliuial Administrator,
��� Cnmberhind, B. C.
IN THE MATTER ol Daniel O'.
CornJl, also V.miwn  ss  Daniel
John C^Coon��ll. deceasod, intes-
tatpr.w'ho died at Capo Ccmittor-
ell, Rojwt District on .Tauuary
26,1013.     '
INT HE MATrrail of tbe "Officiol
Admiiitatrniori* Aet.v
TAKE NOTICE that hy otder cf,
, NOTICE i�� hereby Riven tint- F.-:cmi-
iiiult k M-aoaimo Ilnilwiiy of Victoria,
1) 0. will njipiy [oralieo.1041<> ti��'<o tuul
n-e 100,00ft KiilluDii per ti-] Iiohm, of wiitcr
nut ot llir.dno UictiiJ, which tlown iu ft
mi'tterly direction tUtovgh "ISf'.BOii iJio-
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**-  -".mtEJGrr!3Btmnkm**immm& . T1" ^.1 V -"' * J'A "** l^tt^w** *-t��������� -  THE VEWS, '��������� CUMBEKEAND, B. a  7?  HE REACHES YOUNG MEN  '  . ���������   ���������   /?,  NOYES POETRr POPULAR WITH  RISING GENERATION.  Distinguished English. Poet, .Who Is  Little Moi-o Shan Boy Himself,  Has a . Splendid Record of  Achievement In Almost Every  Branch of His Art���������Now on This  Sido of Atlantic,      > ft  Alfred Noyes, the young and distinguished English poet, is now on  this side of the Atlantic on a lecture  tour aud will remain in this country,  for about six months. His poems and  plays have  been  widely  read  upon  ALFRED NOYKR. -,  this side of the water, nnd his popularity in Canada Is emphasized by the  fact that his work is a subject for  Study, and also for papers in the literature seminaries cof Canadian universities. His verse and his personality mako a special appeal to young  men. Among some of .his better  known works are "The Loom of  Tears," "The Flower.of Old Japan,"  "Tho Feast of Wild Thyme" aud  ^Drake," an English epic. *  *'  Lord Wolseley's Way. .-  A capital story is told of Lord  ���������/Polscley by Mr. Nourse, who, The  Cottager and Artisan points out, was  with the English forces through the  Soudan campaign. . At Korti, Nours-i  went into the postoffice to look for  '���������tome letters. The postmaster was a  native, and not much used to.hand-  . writing. ' He made superficial examination of a big pile of letters and  papers, and said there was nothin'-'  for the applicant. Nourse asked tn  see fh<r~pifir"of"letters, an~d~whilc ho  was looking them over; a man with  . nothing to designate his rank cam"  into the.office.: He took in thu situ  atlon at a glance. "Let's cler this  ". thing out," he said.' They jumpc-  on tho counter and proceeded tc  "clear it out" by firBt bundling ou?  tho postmaster.-  Then they began a careful examination of the postoffice, and found  tt congested with mails for the armv.  They searched every nook , and  cranny, throwing the letters for eacl*  regiment into a different pile, am'  heaping up all the newspapers in the  centre'of tho room. Then thoy went  through each pile and separated It  into companies. Before night every  letter waa in camp.and distributed,  and the next day the papers wore  out. Some time after Nourse found  it necessary to see the commandant,  and sitting near tho tent to which lm  had been directed he saw his companion of tho postoffice. "Hello,  Charllo! I'm looking for tho commandant, Whero shall I find him?"  "Well," said "Charlie, "you won't  havo to look far. I'm tho commandant. Como Inside and havo a bit  to cat and drink." It was Lord  Wolseloy.  BLshops to Itnn Theatre*.  Tho modorn drama probably had  Its origin In tho mlraclo plays, anciently played in churchcB, Mr. Albert Chovnllcr, tho famous London  comedian is now out with a proposition that the church should onco  again . luko theatricals under her  wing.  "Lot tho Bishops of  London  nnd  Konnlngton," advises Mr. Chevalier,  "and othors Interested lu tho keeping of public entertainments up to  the standard of tholr views, let thorn  run a thoatro and a mimic hall, on  gage a manager of cxporlonco, InJu  that their viows concerning what I  decent and what Is Indecent iJhull '  obuorved, allow nothing to bo utnhu  of which thoy do not approve���������mnk'  nil this known  to  tholr  follower*-  then give n good show, uud It won!  not uurprlso mo to find In a vory uhoi  timo thnt tho bishops wore In ponm-i  olon of two of  ho most paying eoi.  cents in tho city of London.  "In malting this suggestion I Inl.  It that each (if tho bishops has a netu  of humor. Without It neither shoul  enter Into the entertainment world,  A Translator'a Error.  "Tho dormant*, don't know ovory  ���������thing; thoy don't nlwnys know ho\  to   trnnslnte   English   and   Rcotei  i.ui.ii," ii*iA nil r������tuci*cL D.jufti. \.  rm ruliirrB-* ttf'the London Tnntltut!..  w "Tho nfiirgar's Opora."  Tho song for "Polly" wns sot to n  delightful old Scotch tune, "Oin (if/  thou wero mine awn thing," and the  translator not knowing  tho  mean  iu������, Of "m'.V." lOviUvl U|>    lie  *OiU  tlvt,  the dictionary and translated It  "schnapps!"  FortraHa of "nogs.  Talking about womon and dogs, it  might be inontlonod that tho latest  ������ crnsti of wealthy women who tro  dog-fanciers li to hate the portraits  " of their pets painted In oils. It In  not going too Ur to say that ther������  li a colony of irllitf, with head-  Quarters in London, who spend the  greater part of their time In fulfilling commission! at ihowi In all parti  of the eonntr-r.  DESCENDED FROM A D06.  Natives of Girara, New Guinea, Claim  That Distinguished Lineage.  Remarkable stories of the curious  natives iiAabiting. Papua and various  parts of New Guinea are related by  Mr. W. N. Beaver, resident magistrate in the western division of New  Guinea, who is new in England on  leave. Mr. Beaver has been nine  years in New Guinea, and for the past  five years has been'in charge of the  western district, comprising some  30,000 square miles,, and extending  to.the boundary of Dutch New Guinea. He has been engaged in all the  important expeditions in that portion  of the territory. Just before leaving Port Moresby ho met Mr., John  Henry Werner, who haa been killed  and eaten by the natives. Mr. Werner, who was a middle-aged man, had  just arrived from Australia, and told  Mr. Beaver that ho was then ������olng  on an expedition in search of radium  in the Gulf division'of Papua, part  of which is very wild. <**  Two of the most interesting expeditions lu which Mr. Beaver took part  were to the Girara country, which,  for three parts of the year, is almost  entirely su������j*,erged. The inhabitants  are practically unknown, aud in their  ceremonies and customs are quite distinct from other New Guinea natives.  The expedition was despatched to  punish the* people for a number of  murders committed in an inter-tribal  raid. In conversation with a Reiiter's  representative, Mr. Beaver gave some  interesting particulars of these people  who, he s-id, claim descent from a  dog. They possess five totems which  are drawn on all their houses. Their  villages are erected oh hillocks so as  to be clear of the water, and the  people of each villa?'*! inhabit one  large* common house, sometimes .as  much as four to five hundred feet  long and sixty to eighty feet in  width., Tho centre of this huge building is a kind of common hall which is  only used by the*men while the walls  of the structure aro divided into cubicles in three or four floors, access to  wi ich is gained by means of ladders.  The women are not allowed to enter the building by the same door as  the men. These Girara people, though  head hunters," are not canniba.s. The  men have a curious habit of dressing  their hair on their faces, so that it  appears like a length' of rope. The  Girara, who aro the only people in  Papua, who cover their heads, wear  head-dress consisting^ of a fibre hat.  rMr. Beaver states that a great deal  -'���������i "sorcery prevails ln the western  division, ln the wilder parts of the  country the chief is himself ,a head  sorcerer. He claims to be able to  separate his spirit from his body, and  Lo send it on various missions, in-  eludlng-that of killing people., Quite  =rccentlyT-a==nunioer=oj.-,-'Sorcerer3"=went."'  i -* night to the house' of a native on  whom they cast spell by pointing  at htm a human none. They afterwards murdered their victim,- and  after his.burial dug up the'grave,  eating portions of the body for purposes of sorcery.  To the'-west of the--"Fly River there  is a general belief ln a kind of clairvoyance. Mr. Beaver also recently  explored a large tract of country ln  Dutch New Guinea where the majority of the people had never before  been visited. These were very primitive folk, armed with bows and  arrows. Thoy assume a fierce aspoct  by insortlhg kangaroo claws in their  nostrils and by wearing in their hair  irtifielal   tails    extending -to   their  vists.    In oho district,'near Daru,  Is tho custom ������������������> brand, by means of  a mark on the shoulder or breast,  jlrl childret. with tho mark of tho  nun tlioy nre subsequently to marry,  "otwltl'stah'ding tho gn. .t caro taken  ���������* * tho Government, cunnlbalb- ��������� still  ixists, nud Mr. Beaver narrates that  ni soveral occasions ho has come up-  in the sccno of n cannibal feast,  ���������ith the remains of humnn llesh ly-  iiK arouuil. *  LONDON'S GREAT SEAL.  MURDER  TRIALS.  A nisllhuiioucd Politician.  Mr. A. E. W. Mason is one of a  lumber of disillusioned politicking  who hnvo tooted the joys of lifo In tho  iJritlsh Houso of Commons and  found them very flat, Ho discovered  that tlio Houso "Increases ono's  knowledge and narrows one's point of  view," nnd is, moreover, fatnl to a  novelist's work,  It wns Lord Morley who do-seribnd  tho lifo of an M.P. at St. Stephen's  nn "htiiilnons without work nnd Idleness without rent," which admirably  sums up the sltun'.lon. lie hl'iinel!  entirely dliinppearcd from tho House  when writing his fnmous "Lifo of  Glndntoiio." lawyers nro about tho  only clnns who can combine nucceuu-  fully tholr dally tanks wllh their Parliamentary duties. Ilonce tho nu rubor who nit on both Hides of tha  House. But thero Is not a mnn In  tho atmumhly who produced Imaginative work of the first rank, nnd our  foremost writers steer clear of tho  storllo almosphuro of St. Stephen's.  Sho Helped Hor Father.  "I help my father In his work us  much as I c*������.n. I think It. Is the duty  of ovory girl to try to help hor father," snyR Minn Olwon Lloyd George,  tho eldest daughter of tho Chancellor  of tho Hxchciiuor, Miss George, who  (h a r-liftrmlnir, hnntiv-lonklnu irlrl of  twenty-one, has taken over a.sort of  [in-un u**|iiUUiH'ut of tin) iidw Land  Campaign. Her chief Industry Is tho  allocation and classification of all tho  press cuttings concerning her fnther,  and when ono considers lho hun-  ilreiln. nnd peril mm thousands, of reference! to tho Chancellor of tho lsii*  chequor which nro mado in newspapers and magazines every week, tho  arduous nnttiro of hor task Is apparent, Mien George goes to tho Treasury ovory morning to got tho newspapers, and oho sorts thom out and  keeps a record ln press-cutting books,  flroulnu TurktAh Tot-own,  Turkish tobacco has now become  the staple crop on vlgbty farmi In  South Africa, all of which have been  aucceiiful In the production of tbli  trot of tobacco    \  Historic Implement Will Be "Placed In  British Museimt,"  The mayoral seal of the Empire's  capital ��������� old London ��������� which has  been in use since 1SS1. has been .replaced, and is to be exhibited iu the  British Museum. ��������� .   *  When seals go out of use it is customary to cut a thick grove across  the face of them so that further use  may bo obsolutely prevented, but in  this case the aldermen'were so much  alivo to the historic value of the seal  that they would not allow it to bo  actually" defaced.  In order to remove.tho seal from  use, however, it was ceremonially tapped with a small hammer���������of course,  without any Injury to the markings���������  and from that moment the new seal  took its official place.  , The reason why tho seal has been  withdrawn from use and a duplicate-  supplied is that it may lie preserved  from further wear. It waB discovered  a short time ago that the seal contains; as the lower part of its design,  the earliest known representation of  the City. Arms ��������� the Cross of St.  George with the Sword of St. Paul.  The discovery was recognized to be of  particular irriportancO in view of tho  fact that Sir William' Walworth, mayor of London in 1831, killed Wat  Tyler with a dagger in Smithfields.  Now there is still current a legend  that the "dagger"*,was- added to the  City arras to commemorate .this  event. However, the mayoral seal can  be-proved to have been "made certainly two months, probably six months  before the death of Wat Tyler.  But, besides the fact that the seal  disproves this legend, it "was recognized that the earliest record of the  City amis ought to be, preserved'with-"  out fear of the* further defacing due  to constant use." The inscription round  the seal .is already practically  obliterated, no ��������� full letters remain,  and if the seal were not withdrawn  from use the incisions .would undoubtedly ... lose their ' clearness in  time.   ���������    "  There are other very intereting circumstances, connected with, tlie seal.  The preservation up to' the present  dale Is in itself extraordinary for, the  reason that 't bears the images of  St. Thomas a Becket and St. Paul,  and Henry VIIL ordered the destruction of St. Thomas a Becket's images and pictures throughout the  whole realm.- " v  ���������When' this order went forth, the  reverse of the common seal of the  City of London���������which also bore the  inscription:- "Cease not, Thomas, to  guard mo who brought thee forth,"  referring to St. Thomas' birth in the  city���������was destroyed. How, then, did  the mayoral seal escape? -It presum-  ably escaped destruction o*iy_ing_to_an  error in the "official records relating  ln.the seal," in whicli St. Thomas a  Becket was called throughout St.  ���������Peter.  There is little   doubt  that 'Henry  VIII.'s officers would have destroyed  : this seal but for this lucky error. The  figure called St. Peter on the seal Is  .undoubtedly   St.   Thomas   a   Becket  sinco he wears the mitre. .  The seal is a piece of very beautiful, deeply cut, Gothic work in silver, mounted, on an iron boss, which  was attached to the scaling press  when documents were sealed;  ��������� Tho new seal is a precise duplicate  except that two ,small Tudor roscR  havo beon put underneath the portion  containing, the City Arms, to distinguish It from the disused seal. In  1381 tho officials of tho city reported'  that tho-old mayoral seal was "too  small and rude and nnclont, and unbecoming and derogatory from tho  honor of tho City," and recommended  that "tho now seal.of honorablo aspect and work of art which tho mayor  has had made" should bo substituted  for lt. The substitution was mado,  and nflor 581 years tho seal still  shows its admirable workmanship.  Ik'giiinirig.s In Authorship.  Tho first nppcaranco in print of  that Buceosfiful author, Mr. Arthur  Pondennis, was a poem written to  match an engraving which lho proprietor of n magazine found unexpectedly thrown on his hands, . M;  Tulos Claretle's first, novel wan composed under somewhat similar circumstances, Ed in ond. Dentil, u  prominent publisher under tho 8o-  ".ond Empire, had widely advertised  i\ novel entitled "Une Drolesno," by a  writer who signed hcrsolf Comtenuc  Dnsh. On the eve of -lubllentlou tlu  lady wanted tho title altered. Tlu  mibllsher refused to mako nny  chiingo, nnd lu order not to waste  ���������noney, hunted around for nn nut lior  capable of ���������furnishing within four  weeks a novel which lho title would  Ut. M. Claret lo undertook tho ln������k,  nnd finished it fell within the stipulated time.���������London Chronicle,  A Lucky I'ligllsliinni".  An Englishman in ono of the lucky  prlzo winners in tho Hpanlsh Christ-  mas lottery. Tho first prize, commonly cnlloil "El Gordo," consisting  of C,000,000 pesetas, wns won by an  Inhabitant of Madrid, who bought  tho ticket on Oct. 27. The namo of  Un fortunate poHKewsor hns not yet  transpired. Tho second prize, II.OOO,-  000 pcnelnB (about tl'20,000), litis  fallen to No. I!,1.17. TIiIh ticket wan  ('uui'iibou ny itiu .Madrid bunkers,  Mf-pfirr*. Saln-i am] ilaiir-, an /��������������������������������� ,kt. )*.  ���������it Aug. :m. Tho pureliuruj wns ef-  reded for nn Kngllnh client, and tho  ticket waH uont to London. The third  and rourlh prlz.cn of 11,000,000 pene-  la.i and 1,000,000 penotun have fallen  vo lUrti'iuiift and Madrid ir-spec-  lively,  nlcliost Churcli ftlltf.  Another very Interesting London  building which In threatened with demolition Is tho church of fit. Margaret'*. Lothbury, situated at tbo back  of the Dank ol Kngland. The Und  on which St," Mauariil'B litaiuls ii  worth loveral pounds a square foot,  holng tho richest church nlte in London. The original St. Margaret'! wm  orectod tn the reign of Edward II, It  ��������������������� deitroyed In the Great Fire, and  rebuilt by Wren.  Holland Has a System of It*,* Own For  Dispensing Justice*.  A learned and capable jurist has.asserted that tho French method of legal  procedure, which, contrary to our own,  presumes an indicted person guilty uu-  ti! he is proved innocent, comes nearer  dispensing nctual justice than our own  system..  ��������� I������ut in Holland the courts have, in  some respects, a better system than  that of (he French. The accused iti,  every case hns the benefit "of the doubt,  and circumstuntiu! evidence as the  only foundation for a pica of conviction is in disfavor. v  The* Dutch do not have juries, and  there is uo batUo of wits among counsel. All questions, whether by the  prosecution or the attorney for the accused, are put to the witness through  the judge aftor he has weighed the justice of tho interrogation.  This feature of thoir system has  somo pronounced advantages over our  own. It eliminates tho practice of confusing the witness,or tho accused by  misleading questions. It*'renders impossible the abominable practice in our  courts known,as the "browbeating" of  wituesses, which unfortunately is permitted to an extent that causes the intelligent pbserver's blood to. boll at  times becauso of its.- unfairness and  cruelty.  It makes tho solemn business  vof dispensing justice a common trade  instead'of a heavenly vocation.���������Sioux���������  City Tribune.      '  VENUS HOT AND COLD.  One Half the Planet Durns, While the  Other  Half Always Freezes.  Venus, tho "evening star"'of the poets, tho most brilliant object ih our  western sky, thnt planet which revolves around the sun tn n path insidi>  ours, must if inhabited have beings'ot  a very different type from ourselves,  for Venus has always had one hemisphere turned toward the sun and one  turned away from it Consequently it  Is -"always daytime and, summer on  one-half of- Venus, always night ana  winter oh the other half.       ,  As Venus Is more than 23.O00.06n  miles hearer the sun thnn we are, it  must ho twice as hot ou her day side  as.it everts at our equator. And on  her night "side, where a ray of sun'  light has never shone, It must ho.sn  cold that the air is llquelied. if uoi  soliditicd. " There must bo a constant  uprusb of hot air-from tbe scorched  surface and a corresponding inrush ot  icy air from the, frigid.side. .Along tho  spheres this must cause a violent and  perhaps almost perpetual rainfall.  ��������� Seen, through a small telescope or  tlold glass Venus often appears llko u  crescent. Then aro visible 'the pro  lections that cnu bo nothing but mountains of great height. ���������New York  World.  Scared Out of the Duel.  One day Al. ICdinond About called  tipim (Jrlslor, the most celebrated fencing master of tils Any, "I nm In a  qunudnry," said About. "I allowed  myself yesterday, the pleasuro or ii  joke ln bad taste, nnd n duel is to bo  the result. 1 know nothing whatever  nbout fencing, and, ns you can see, I  nm fat. Will you glvo mo a lesson, so  that I mny not mako myself too ridiculous?" Tho lesson wns given, but  About proved a very poor pupil. On  his way out ho saw a photograph or  Clrisler, "1 suppose," ho said, "1 must  not ask you for one of theso?" "With  the greatest pleasure'," tin Iri tho fencing muster. And, with a chuckle, <!rl-  sler wrote across tlio photograph, "To  M, Edmund About, tho bust pupil l  have ever had." A few hours after-  wurd tho seconds of About's ������dversa rjr called on tho writer, saw the pho-  togrnph on tho mantelpiece una. four-  Ing for their frleml at thu imiid.i or so  redoubtable a swordsman, arranged tlio  nfJiilr without iiuy duel.  KING GEORGE AS FARMER.  ������������������'���������.  Ris Majesty Had Tliirty-I^lve Entries  In Smithfield Show.  The crowned heads of Britain, for  many years, have recognized the fact  that, agriculture Is the basis of a country's prosperity.-  For several years past many of" the  big prizes at lho Smithfield Show,  London, have beeu awarded to t'*a  farmer sovereign, whose exhibits are  always a feature of the show.  Even as far back as 1S00, King  Gcorgo III. was an exhibitor at the  great show, but failed'" to secure a  prize. Six years later, the Diike of  York was successful. Queen Victoria  won many trophies, being awarded  the Champion Cup for the best boast  in the show In 1SS3. 1SS9, 1S90,  1S95, and 1S99, and it may be incidentally mentioned, that by her command no exhibit that has.not been  bred on one of the royal farms has  been exhibited,by the sovereign, since  the year 1S90.        ., .,   *y  King Edward won tho championship of the cattle section inlS74, and  the Cup for "tho best pen of sheep.in  1SS5; whilo our present King wou  the championship for pigs in 1S95,  nud the Prince Consort a gold medal  for pigs in 1S59.  Nor-has the Smithfield Club lacked  royal support from other points of  view, as King Edward was their president in IS Tii, IS S3, and ajrain at the  Centennary Show in 1S9S;, while  H.R.H. tho Duke of Edinburgh occupied the position in 1SS7 and II.R.IL  Prince Christian, who is a constant  exhibitor, in 1SS3.  At- the recent show, Windsor, San-  dringham,and Balmoral were all represented, the royal entries totalling,  ���������thirty-five. King George inspected all  his entries,- aud handled many of  '(hem.*- , ,  Perhaps tho King chiefly differed  from moro specialist . exhibitors, in  the particular interest he-Uook in the  ���������uen who tended Ills stock. As be  stroked the forehead of his beautiful  ���������shorthorn heifer he inquired ���������of the  herdsman how mnny years" he had  served at Windsor; and' if ever n  Scotsman rolled his "r's" it was tha������  herdsman when ho replied with obvious pride, "Nearly thirty years."  But in-those thirty years he had  never seen Windsor so unrivalled.  Someone propounded the theorv  that the soil of Windsor, which used  lo produce the best English -. oal-  t.rees, must have similar properties In  stock production. Out"of twelve entries from -Windsor three special-  breed cups won in Devons, Hereford?*,  and Shorthorns���������of which the firs**  two are sometimes supposed to need  west-country air ��������� and seven first  prizes and two seconds. The San-  dringham farm , won   a   few firsts;  ,p_rincipally_in_sma!UGlasses-fcr-sma!l-  cattle, kerries and crossbreds of th it-  breed, j  The King again and again laughed  heartily throughout his extended tour  of the show. He merrily urged hii  shepherds w;ho wero holding his pen  of Soulhdowns, to use, tlieir best devices when It came to a contest with  the pen of Hampshiros which wero  known to be dangerous rivals, as they  proved.  The immense zeal of the guardians  of some of the stocks to show their  animals to the best advantage before  tho King produced nn almost embarrassing situation in lho Gilbey  Hull, which waB devoted to machinery and pigs.  As noon an tho King, nccompnnlcd  by Sir Bowen, Bowon-Jones, this  year's president, nppearov. in the hall  almost all tho prlr.e pigs wero roused  from their recumbent cane hy vigorous filaps with flat "bats" that nro  tho . technical wenpon. Whlto plgn  and black pign and red pigs nt onco  stnrted such a chorus of protest, fioino  upsetting their troughs nnd shaking  Ilio flour from thoir "fleeces," -Ihnl  Uie i-pick-and-epnii Gilboy Hall might  have been an Irish fnlr and no It con-  I lined.  I  t'-H-I-^^^lHr-H-'f^'f"H'������H-4^'*M ��������� ft  f,PRACTICAL HEALTH  HINT.::  t  t  Flat Foot.  The early pain of flat foot cau  be quieted by having both sole  , and heel of the shoe made  wedge'shaped, with the 'thick  edge ou the inner side. That  throws'the weisht of the body  on tho outer side of,, the foot.  Sometimes the sutTerer has to  have an "arch" im' the sole of  the shoe, but ho liari better do  without it if he can and disrard  it as soon as the arch ceases to  show stens of glylug way. Cold  douches or alternate cold' and  hot douches will also strengthen  the llbrous structures that normally hold up the arch of the  foot.  *  4^4HH^������*HW*4*fr*H'*W*<"H'l'������'H-f������������  Dlrdi (is Large Enters.  It mny not be thought Hint of all nn-  ImnIn birds* nro mining lho inrgu*n cat-  crs, Thin means, or conrso, ln proportion to their weight, Somo birds uro  liiiowu to consume two nnd one-nnir  timo.** their weight or fond In twenty-  tour hours. Tho heron, which hns a  light weight of four |iuinuls In r-ipltc or  IU k|7,o, is ti Klrlklng example. Ono  was mtely cnngiit which hnd Jimt  ������������������wallowed two trout of one nnd om������-  hnlf and two ponud.1. Wild pigoom  nro among thu ro rum out witcr*-, nnd  they um It o n must coplouM repn.it  whenever nn uiiiinrinnco of food ).*���������  found. Thnn n single pigi'on picked  up a thoiimind grains of wlient in om*  diij'.-Hduntllli! Aiiierk-an.  Effect* of Time.  Mr. Rvnns untoruil a Now York res  tnurryit and mnv n friend senti.il at ono  of tlio tables.  "Hollo, Lorull," ho m\A. "how in  youV"  till,  |lifl<>   Mt'i',"   U'plllHl   //Kl'll,  "Whnl nreyoH doll--; uuw':" lu.iulu.l  Hvimi.  "Well, when I enmo in hprn," Bntd  Lovoll, "nhout two noun* ngo I wmi  not In" liiiBlnosri, hut l'vo chnnged nlnou  ttinn     f'm n  wnifor n^i������������ ������������������������j������i_iii������*(pif.,y  Mngnzlne.  Alwiyi Counting,  ���������'Tour.iMRhnnil tayn Hint when hn li  ������ncry ho niwnyi count'' ten boforo hi>  ������p-tnk������," prtId one wnninn,  "V������������." nnirfrrpd tin* other, "I wtph  ho'd itnp it Hlnco ho got dy������pep������ln  hnmii pwmi nofhtrw but it rl!������������j Jn  ���������rlthmwtlc.''  I.nbrrr li thi Imtltmrd mfini for thi  mrthftiUfftl flprpinptnimt of ill onr  (xmtr* nndir th* dlr������/*t1rra ������na control  of thi wlll.-W, O. Holland.  Somebody (lucsscd night. ���������  Tho Cheddar cheeso which Ih  brought, into the rooms nt Slmpnon'n,  ".hfl.ipHldn, London, each "day nl  lunch time, hnd ltd IicIrM, girth ami  weight, correctly guessed by ono-of  the diners lho other dny. The mean-  uromenlii were: Height VA 'i-4  Inches, girth 1!8 Jl-*i Inchon, and  weight 21 1-2 poundn. Thla feat luin  only been siecompllfihod nine llimvi  In twenty years. Old ciiy iiiuii who  havo lunched regularly /it tho nnmo  rcRtanrant for forty yeiirn mnko tho  three gueBRcn each day. The cIip-pho  Ih brought in on n fool-high revolving pedPiitnl, nnd plncod in front of  the chairman, Knoli ctici-t In hup-  piled with n'Mlp of paper on \shlcli  to record hiu gucnm*H, nud whenever  any ono nuccomln tho proprietor nukii  nil tho gue-Hls to drink tlio health of  tho winner Ih ehnmpngno, Tho run-  tain In believed to bo nearly two  hundred yearn old, nnd before the  luncheon, for which ulxty-flvo places  nrn net nt threo tablnu, tho chairman  irivailnbly imyji graco,  ���������'I'ogiir.H' OuMo" Author.  After twonty-flvo yearn' Hcrviro  Inspector Jonoph Madlgnn han retired from tho Crlmlnnl lnvcntlgntion  Department, Scotland Vnrd.  Mr, Mitdlgan tyogan tho complin-  '.iuit uf ii!....!, r>u,,i u jjullt.i; |iuilil ui  vb'w, in Mii������ mo-it vnlutvlde bnoh in  the worIil--"Tho Hogtien' Culdo"���������-  containing Intimnto biographical  -iketches wltli portrait! and dotnlln of  the motlioiltt of ull tho fnmoua national and International thieves and  bv������ iliYtiikit,      U Ah  i������  LlUOA   Vi'Mirll  Is ui-  wnyn growing, for nlmoit nvcry day  a new rogue It) added to tho Hit,  Cat Hnvwl Tilvr-fl.  Tiy moAVIng and icratchlng nt ft  bedroom door In tho dr*nd of night, a  cnt laved ton liven nt Gloucester,  Kng��������� recently, Mr. Henry Pftmoni,  huli'ditittiiii-, lu Hrlittol road, with  eight children nnd a frlond, wu  ���������leeplng In tho bourn, ������nd wai ftwftk-  ened by tho cat to And the lower part  of tho bouco In flamca. The children  woro hr'i'lP't tafaly down to tha  ground,  CHAMBERS  OF  HORRORS.  Two  Famous Tower of-London  Dun-  geons to Be Exhibited.  The dungeons of the White tower  und tho llloody tower, two of the most  interesting parts of tho Tower of Loudon, will be thrown open to the public  for the first time within the nt'xt few  months, nnd the prison's torture 'chamber will be seen for tho lirst timo In  all its cerio and mysterious gloom., ���������  In the wall dividing the, two 'dun-  .geons is thi) narrow black cage, like a  recess, in which Guy Fawkes was immured between periods of torture on  the rack, and all about the walls are  hanging the instruments of torture*-���������  thumbscrews, temple bands, soaring  irons and a rack. Only a few yards "  away from the well of tho Tower in a  dungeon is a small., domelike recess,  where the ��������� gallant and unfortunate  Walter Ualeigh spent "ten years of his  life. and. ns if by the irony of fate, almost overlooking the spot is a model  of Queen .Elizabeth, wearing tho gorgeous sttte robes In which sho went-to  St. Paul's to celebrate the triumph of  her fleet over tho Spanish armada.  Seven hundred Jews onco sought  refuge from :i London mob in the dungeons and sjjK*nt long days nnd nights  In. darkness, .huddled together, until  they crept out and sought safety elsewhere.  While a good part of the Tower haa  been open to the public for a Iomj  time, still many of the historical parts  nro always closed.���������New Yor^ Trlbuno.  OXYGEN  FOR THE INSANE,  ���������New-Treatme"nt~That~l6~Sard"to YTeiS  Remarkable Results.'"  A new aud extraordinary use fof  oxygen has'just boon found by'Dr.  Toulouse, cliief physician of the Ville-  Itiif Insane asylum. ������ no finds it a moat  valuable aWIn tho treatment of madness.     . '  Dr. Toulouse makes certain thnt the  oxygen in tho Rtecl cylinders in which  lie receives it is pure and froo from  nitrogen: thon he (Ills small glass flasks  with it A rubber bulb enables* lilm  ;o .regulate the pressure In the flasks,  ���������md a rubber tube connects these with  i' flno hypodermic needle. .Through  ���������his 250 cubic contlmefers of oxygen"  arc Injected ..under the skin.  A physician who has watched the  operation and Its effects upon patients,  reporting his observations for Nntu're  nf Paris, says tho results rm������ reninrk-  ���������ililo'ainong patients In a eondltlon of  ���������lento mental confusion? who nro al-  >vnyn greatly improved nnd often cured  "tillrcly by n few Injections. The ex-  i*l I od nnd victim-) of Insomnia boeorno  ���������aI'm nnd lucid. ,      n  In coson of acnto mnnln, dementlit,  "pllopllc (Its and certain eases of mel-  ���������incholln good results have been <>b-  tnlnod., Tho oxygen trenlment Is now  heliig tried upon othor forms of In-  ������������������unity.  The Germ of Smnllpox. ..  The, germ of mnnllpox. n protozoan  ko Inllnltesimnl Hint It hns passed  through tho minutest lljtfrs'and e������-  I'lipcd tho Iriiliieilgnziii-f inli'i'iiscoplsts  fur dermics, Iiiih boon finally discover-  nl by Dr, Wnlter hornet, ftnff physl-  'Inn nt lho Kaiser Wllliplm neiidemy.  Dr, Foniet claims not only t" hnvo  discovered the germ, hul-to be nhlo to  pmpngnto It, This menns. we nre (old,  that It will henceforth not he iicpcr-  snry to Inoculate n cnlf or cow with  liiiinllpox virus In order to ohtnln  lymph for viii-rliwillon nml coiiko-  fluently Hint a pure cull uro cnu he obtained. Tlie lymph won hy prespnl  motImds contains uumeroim tmeti'rli.  which mtiKt lie extei'inliiiited bofort"  It enn be uped for vacclnntloii.-Now  York Frets.  Tha PhlloEophiir'i Stone.  I'rofisRKor Koddy tnaUea tho itKsertlon  boldly that It Ih only n (inestlon nf up-  plication to dintigo lead Into gold,   lie  miys  Uinl,  while  now  wo can  only  work with clwtrlelty nt lOO.rwio volt*.  It Is only n mutter or perfect I inr Mir  method (o tm nlilo fo work nt ten llriicn  thnt  -."i<,ij4**,  ulii'ii  tlm bitM'r  menu*  cun bo I'hnngcd Into (ho more |iri"j|')i]H.  In    other    wordi,    electricity,    when  brought to Its lilghiwt oillclt'iicy nnd  application. Is the renl phllnnnphfi'ii  ...      *.    .....      .,     , i     ...  .-.'./..V,   tu,      .. tin,,,   th.***   4..CMV I..II.U*   Uk    IU<  middle nges searched so long.���������Dnndf/  AdvcrtlNor.  Younfjeit Church Orflinlit.  H>nry Albnn Chninhern, Jnnt njipoln.  ed orgnnlmt of the Horn/in OntliohV.  church of Kt Ann'a, I/jeds. ts prohnhlj  lho youngest churrh orgnriltt In th������  world. He la ulp-ren yrnm old, and at  eight come or till compoKltlonn woh  pnMlahed. Ult |**owrra of transrOHtaj1.  ind Improrlstng are dcscrllwxl as rv-  mnrlnhle. The late orgnnl.it at St  Ann'i, Ur. Grlinnhnw. (lfucrllnfil Itta  aa "(ho Youac MoAatC'-ircouuut. '���������   1.  -"**.,  !���������'���������  ��������� s4**  *  THE NTCTg.JpUMBERI^AMD. BRITijg^g^���������^^  ������~fc--  rt-o^r -oa-wfc-^fwtrfw  .���������ki^ * *- **��������� ���������*������������������ **~j*-a.-i������ "a  CM ��������� - - .'  b;J-'  **.:  ockery to  Bargain Prices  J  *1  :  i  5  -  i  -���������  3  J,  i  ���������A,  U  of Linoleums, Wall  [and Furniture ,  ;: opened out;  ... -C   T  tfawcett's Stoves  7\.*.r_ses on hand  - -       o  Mcl'hrc lil-<*. A, HoKINNON     Cumberland  ^������C������5������������=-������---"t^;-'""*  LIQUOR  ni   ?���������,!  ^Sct'h.v.1 3.-,  XOTiTKishoYuby j;:-vcn tliat,  i     .,���������.i, r'-iv   ot    \'i;iv   next.  en the nni'i*. ������"���������>   ������*    - -  .  .^Uration.illbe^Kk- to the  ^v-jeiMiU-ut-iciit ot i'l'OvincMl lo-  \ue ior the uvaniin- ui a license  !or the sile'o'niqnor by veuil in  and upon Hie premises :o he con  structed in accordance -.villi the  , laas nnd spec-ilkations to belli-  t.d with  the   Superintendent   ot  p.ovincial    Police,    and   to'  by              _  1-uown as the Pier Hotel, and to c*ent3. Mr    Brewster, A. McMil  bc  ,-.  DI5NMAN ISLAND LIBER  ALS ORGAN 1Z1-:,  A meeiinir was called at the ne*.v Athletic Hall, for. the purpose of ors.iir.z-  iim :i Liberal A-*sociiuion.** There were  .'���������n attendance a, gi'e.U many -Libeiais  fror.i the Courien.iy Liberal Association,  m kelp have the Association properK  >tarteil.  The meeting was called to order by J.  ��������� \V. McKenzie, jr., of the Courtenay Liberal Assosiation, with C. H. Haidwicke  as acitnj,' secret aiy.-* The as.ociaiion  will be known as the Uthm.in Islintt  Liberal Association,        ** .  T..e   following   offie'er*   were  elected -.���������Hon.'" Pres.,   Sir Wil  frid Laurier; Hon.   Vice,   Presi  The "'Booze';  Has Him-  . .   He Can't Quit!  - ������������lie".isp-rh������i������',abafiLas9aian, or a wage-earner.  v Its. ramhy clotfcnneat upon bin. baovingin him. The  w..rUihunSvmp,tl.,tic.   It Jul*s Inexperience.   It  ��������� kn,wS hiiu for an hub t������l arm*--- and it brand, lum  a, beyond h.ipe-dooir.ed.   But that man q-n qm:-  ��������� Yes, He   CAN Quit-and  in  Three Days, Too !  ������,   -.   r    ������������������ 'vfVP-K'i-easo.   The GiiUin tlingn-  Alcoholia*-.*. is M> 1 <**��������� ,<.".������������������*"������**'������������������       , dbimaneii-  <*is hia led to a svstem that euro-, Mid cuil-. P? ���������',u      ,  nTTYTIUFV 'v)\\N.   Tlini.it the cuuMsuoc....-  y ������,..   is imt sa ..-f;f   > ������" P (*   ������;j vilhout qucstRl���������  (d in '-i'i', ever., cent pat uiu-iii.������.u  11' ct inmeiit.  This is NOT a Gold Cure-It is  The Only Real, Permanent Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Wait-  Write or Call Now, Today.      ,  LESLIE J. ASTON  ,     -> - ��������� "w    i  Practical Boot and Shoemaker  Repairs Neat and Prompt  a  fggers  ",>.     -"Boots to Measure  Bimsimiir Ave.,'.. Cuimberland  ipiiniiiiiaiiiiiRiiiiiiRuiM  luiiinuiiiiHimi  1435 Fcrt Street  Victoria, B. C.  be siluaie-at or ir.--.ar the govern  mentwhavfat Royston. -Nelson  District, Btiiisb Colnmbift, upon  Uie lands described as I-,ots 20  and 2iinHl'..ckKoftlieSubdi-  ���������visiun of part of  section** aild  6 a: " " '  Dated tSiis ist day   of   April,  ���������1914  MAROGCHI BROS  GROCFRS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Tl  I '  si  ft  g  Ian and R. Swan; President, W-  liaikit*; Vice Pres. J. Wood;  Secretary-Treasurer, S. J  Dum  area*-,...  Executivi   Committ'e:���������Wm.  Haikie, J.. Wood, S.   J. ..Diunar  esq, A.   Swan,   A.  Graham,   1*.  Doheny, F. Stewart J.    McGec  By-liwsof the Uourcenay ass. ciat:ou  jioi-u nnd aiid aj.jproved. The ch.nr w;u  uikuu by Prcidftut Batkii, .sv-io in a tlu-  Aaents for Pilsener r.rewing-.OoiiM)������n>,s UKER  Wholesale Dealers  in all kinds ol  "Wines and Liquors  SECOND   STREET  II \RUV IDIKXS, lent up i-ch ineseuted   a  t-troug  c se- oi  ���������   -i:cql,t    liberalism, and carried  miroh   e thusi-  App 1 '  ' '|agin_   ]jy hU .b'-.eoh   be   w-cut  yt  prove  that ati)one having love f. r   bis  count j  '.;ii..(l-f .-iniiy-Hhoald-do-Ovei-y.tbif g_iu Liar  power t > have  Lib rals aonx.  11  parliament. ��������� J 'b*i "Wojd was the uex to  ad  TENl)HP^.wii' ^,L* rJC'e^'ei"^ Ui'dro.-is tbe tneutiug, which   ho   di.l   in   an  OF COMMER  The.first.'-shipment of our spring--stock  of  Shoes have arrived.,in   y *..'.  Hen's Tan and Black Button  Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede im  Lace and Button  '    Watch for our Sale of Odcls and Ends after  Stock-Taking  3  a  s  ���������a  TJi^-nrurrcsr  eiTl EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D., D.C.L., President  ___-_     _ *^ ���������" r " "������7. 1 JOHN-AIRD. Ass't General Manager  ~ALEXANDER~i;AlKDr General iT>^Pb>.> ^ -������' -^ = ;   tirnefdnY, Apni^S;h.:;.;ror  ti  siniiiig iisul pipenng oT-J ?evoral  v,.VMS in U. &C. n(ispital;Cimi-  lu.-l.iMii, 11. C  tb ommner. .S. J. Dem*re q wis- i>ext  to apen1'. He tlmnkrd the \i8ito 8 K r  tluii- k nduoas in cu.uing ovt-r t.) help go;  emi, $15,000,000   reserve fiq, 113,500,000  THE "IDEAL" STORE ; Kuxt U) T'irbelu  :i  j,.     Mcilae, Acton, Hayman        |  |la:afiHimi'an^^   ���������Roserv.^������13J)00,OpO_fi_  ���������������..  for thclinnneinff of imports' and oxp*oits of merchandise.  CommeSal Ldtts,Fo.-ci-;n Drafts, Money Orders, Travel Icrr,' - deques Z Leiurs of Credit issued and available n all parts ot the Worid.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates.  li * -I'l'M, i>  \j ���������     ''���������'   n"'!'���������-'  I"*-  ,v      -it'-u  id toidiiy.   't'lie iuxt tiycakcr waa llornce  litMihirs    npplV  to ^\ .     Wi'iiiiu, Moph|0i wlllgnvonn uUo  8peeell)   ,ind  I'liairnian wf coininittee. iloivit cwl  Ou  govui'nraent  fur  givi. g  Nanaimo is going to celebrate.  Victoria D'V   in   K������-a"tl   sl>'le  ''Micy atc !io.t,takiu'g much stock  ii   the   May   D.iy   celebration.  Tlit'V teineinber.  -    - ~ ������������������-    g>Vl' g  mil ionj of th<i peoples tuoucy to tlio (J  N.K.  Mc9-������ J. McKeuz.e, sr., Loo Atuler-  t m audJ. W. McKonzie, jr, also doliv .  eimi ipiiitt'd nldriwpeB. At the close ot  tho me t'i'B t'1** Courtonay friends were  invited io 1'atrielr*. Uohoii.\'.i stoic, wbcro  McudaiiiOs Uo iiiiresiiuo 1111.I limkio hud  Iir. purtd refriitliui' uto.  " _______ _^=i_������������_i_������ _������_*������������������     .i+i ������_������ i- /-i r\ -i"- f\ f\   g   Crtpital"Para_up-������-vi7ooOvwvv/-r  1   THe,Royal Baiit^_o^Canada;   |  !  DlfAFTS   lS^E0.1^"S^^lKN(:V;PAVAilS^-Al.f. J  |        , ��������� bVlCP.    'till- , WOKI.D,        . .        .-���������   I  I PPKCIAL ATTENTION V������\d lo.SAVlNdS ACCOU-NTS A in.ero.t j  |'_ ���������, hi,hest  Current lUteo aWoisod on De^il. of *1 and njiwards.  May Day Sports  Tlu: following is tho list of sports to ba held at the  City Park, on l'mlay, May ist.-  CUMBEItLAND BRANCH.  _B_______-"'������"I-^W  NOTICE,  Any person: or   persons found  cutting timber ou   my   property  on Roy Road without   my   permission will be prossccuted.  W.W ITO HULL.  ���������������!���������*���������  it-t   2nd   3rd  Girl's race 6 yrs nnd .liulcr, 75^ 50c������   25c  llovs' race G yrs and under 75c- 50C������    2\5C  Girls' nice 8.yrs nnd under I, Si, 2nd y^c, 50c, 25c  nays' race, ii yrmuid under 1, $r, 2nd 75c, 50c, 25c  Girls' race. 14 and under 2-0������ i-00  lio-.s' nice, T2 and under, tool set liy  T. K. Hnte 400 1.00  Single Indies' race 15 and over fl 4-00 2,0������  IScjys* three -legged nice a 00 1 00  Married ladies race strikers wives only 4.00 2.00  Old men's nice 50 yrs nml over goods  (liven bv Ideal Store r.st vol 5-(J������ *ml bnx ,,ttrtt������rt*  Duke" Cigars giveu by Percy Winch  l-'.jrjr awl spoon race for ladies,  goods  piven bv Simon l.ciscr val 2.00, 2nd 1 00  P,ovs'snek nee ' ist 2.00 2nd 1.00  luiian P.mvliug       ist 5.00 2nd -'Grand Duke" Cigars  1/ilii's"  nail  diiviug  contest, ^oods  jiivt-n by Simon Keiscr val 2.50  j#OST���������Dark chestuut m.ire  (colt,) misi-iug since the last  week iu January' from K.-.uuy  Hay. A reward of Si00 will be  paid for information giveu lo  Geo. Stevens, Kanuy Hnv.  (}0 TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  vim Youit  Geni Blacksmithing  ���������AND���������  Horseshoeing  Third St.      Ciiiii������iurli������iia  ."W. T. WHITE, Mnnneev .  I Wood   Woodf  Wood  p  ������  Now is tli������ lime to *,)l������w*  %    yonr onlei*   i'or   SbAll \  %    *            WOOD %  %    ������2,D0...pvdonbl������U������nd g    (?)  1  CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily   ��������� D. M. Koirison. MSr.  |  H UNION PAY, B.C. Bronch, Open miy.    . P. Ec.-wortb, Ifcgr. |  1  COTOTBHAY,. B. 0 , Branch, Open Daily U. H  Hardwldk," Bgr |  Sh_-������ySI������MB^^  llll!lllllllll!lllllliHHIllllllli:#  p   PHILLIPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  i  i  ������ From The  i  I:. " ""��������������������������� i  e������t^,/������������e<s������������������<si������������e ������������������������������������w  | Star Livery Stables |  ������  (!)  DUNSMUiE?, AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  SITUATION WANTUD-'-Hy  a young Jnpmcso, in hotel or  store. Speaks good KhrHsIi.  Apply Kobayifthi. No. i Camp.  V. BOriORA=  kill*-*!  l+Ham'***  Manafaoturer of MINERAL WATER  wiMttmmwtnmmn  M-rfWl-  CUMBERLAND  KMtmtmv���������1Miim9*wm  liov-i' nice i������" i'iii'1 under  1.1I ^.ou, ind x.oo  100 yds open, club hay, by W. Willard, val 5.00  2nd Hon- of "Grand Duke" Ci������nrs  H'lndnwu's ince i������l 5 00 2nd ''Grand DukeM CigaTS  mo wis coiiftni-d in U M.W.oi A. goorts  j-ivi'U by Ciitnpl.������eU Hros. val S00 2,u1 2 5������  H-im-l hoxinu \U ������ml "ver ist 300, 2nd a.o������>  TiiK-ofwnr,5'������"W������-' prixe 10.00  4 jo yds nice, K'^d.s hy Mocfnrlane Jiros. 5,00 2nd 2.50  1 .,������;������ mimiiiK jump. ������"*������.U by Campbell Uros val 2.50  ���������������������������iiiclinR jump. ������"'���������' >>v CsimpbeU Uios. v 1 2 ,v>  I uihb'iiu" rncc, no-xl* l>v Fimon Loiser v-.il $3 2nd 2 o->  11.,11-mijJnuf. ui'-'ds by Ci.inphcll.-c v-.IS������S. ?'"^ a-5f'  uUslitcle rr/o, rn*)i J.S|-fWiert 1st5.no, 2nd 200, 3d $r  WhwMwrow i.^c, over 16 ist 300, 2nd 2.00  FOR SAI.K CUMAI'-A fivo  room cottngo, on Poni'iih Avuiine,  Apply nt Metil Store.  " Tol'ND���������A pair of liaiidunilV.  Apply nl.thi.-* nlllco, pny far iIi'h  ud and got ihu ''darby"-,''      T. 0. BOX -182  PHONE 20....  Get out in the open on an  I'OR SAU������--Coults kids am;  billy. Terms on applir.uiou to  II, Wilkinson, Uulc Iti vci  La/.o, Comox, ll, C.  fSjiywaM I.Hrul Dl-trict.  UUtriot of Su>wiiril.  TAKK NOTICE thut Melon Hull, 0!  liiriotllay, H. ('., inlomlH t������ apply Ior  pMnitoilon to '������">w tho foHowlml ������l������M'nb-  ml I11111I:���������SmMI lnliind in Varnlolpli Creok  Inijoon, on Cortoz IhIihhI, oommenolug lit  it pout |,liititi'(l on tlio SonthwcHt cornor ot  Ulnnil, tliontio fillowlnj������ tho nhuronorlli-  ������rly around tlio iBlnnilto point o( cumin .'iicm-'nt, mnntilnliiB fifty acrm mnro or  ,W"V HKI.KN Wbh.  IHtoA Mtinilt It, 1WH.  Mo ,iIm iippfiin*.!   tu Ijc u hiiyt  tuy iibi-Ut lu^li.  LOST���������A Ciold Maccubee Pin  rcprcscntiiiK a ''l^e.'' h'inder  will please return same to News  Offitc.  _  KOK SA1'1���������������Huti-w uud 10  iicrc. of lnii'l on 1^"-* r,"m1'  ������������������liwc'.'To town. 'lViiur. -|150.00  down, bidnmio mmitiily. Hhiim  to rent. Apply J'. O. U"* lytl  or 1 his <������IUc������.  WANTHD���������Reiiai.ie u.ein lo  handle     Indian      motorcycles.  Wholwn-c price given   on   ma  chines to use ns   demonstMlors  if  ptiicl-nsor.   menus   hnaiuess.  Write, Thos   Piimley,   Vic  ���������oria 11 C,  KOlt SALli c;Hl*Ai*���������ItwWIni  litvd cur', in H"'������d ������w������������d������������j '������'���������  with t'V'rt ^*���������: "f ^wdMhH,  uluiOrt.    Api'lj ������hi" "tli"u  r YOU GET IT AT      PU MLEY'S IT'S All RIGHT  TheCall  of the  Open  Comer- with ihe months ..  ofSpiiiiua.Kl.it riimlcys *  evuryihing is ready hi' th<-'  Jyi.list ancl the Motorist.  Hie 1914, "Indian' The  Motor < ycles. The 1914  "Overland" Cars and ihe  new cycle models by the  world's Irnding makers all  .iwait yotir choice. Send  for free catalogue to-day,  You Mver _now tb������  Irua flxhlUralUM ol  motoroycliotf tilt ?<>������  rid* ihjt.lBdUft-  ���������tpaoltlly the tt -IndlM.  Tho n������w o������rar������rl lc������t������M  auko It mow th������ ���������������'*���������  ptrieot motoroyoU.   Villi*  -   ^     ^ Soa tad ie1tin| don't aiiit,  v*m*t Sofed and Enriuraace HHc^ualad  SSfflt maintain.   Butor to rid. th*  ��������� bioyclc,   Nacdi 00 *������r������<"J. V  Fhos. Plimley  Q YTBS STREET  VICTORIA, B. G.  ���������i^lil  "���������**���������   "'���������   '**     >��������� "___


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