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 X^^7  x/-.y? -  ���������J   . ** .'xi. ��������� ���������  ���������'-        '*      /     ���������,;//;        --:\,/-l*        ,*        .   .....J-;,    '".-   .     ���������-..-���������:    ;.     *   ;-.  3- * :.-*.'l ..  is-..~  * j-jci^w  erb^:5^  ^^--A^y, ���������-i-l^V:J:W   .  /  ���������A journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  ���������fjsao n^m"  The News, Twenty First YIar  CUMBERLAND; B. C���������. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8}.-:9]4  SUBSCRIPTION f.l.rto A VKA7.  8  ���������'- .   ���������  *'-'.������������������-   ��������� -   -:.-     .'- ������������������>  ������  *  ^%*^  H  E is can opportunity right .-at  the beginning of the season   to  save, nioney.,,'. ., :  ��������� ;;u For" a'few "..days we  will   offer  our entire  Millinery . Stock at a. dis-'  .count of 2.5c off every dollar,  A    Chance    Not  /To :������Be.   Missed  I   A DOLLAR SAVED IS A  DOLLAR  EARNED  & Company, Limited,  The watering trough,on Third  street is badly in need of  clean-  It is in a'filthy-condition.  ���������%  7 The Boy Scouts attended service in Holy Trinity church on  Sunday evening. The boys  turned.out well and,,looked fine.'  Rev. Archdeacon Scriven, .who  takes an active interest in the  Boy Scout movement, delivered  a very interesting aud instructive address.  Prince .William of Wied, king  of Albania, has had enough of  trying to rule that turbulent  country. He has, or is oil the  Gvc of. quitting tlie job. We  think that ��������� Fighting" Joe Mar.  tin would make good at a job of  that kind.  Mr, Robert Grant, sr., and  liis son, Dr, James Grant, of  Km press of Ireland fame, and  wife, arrived in town on Sunday  evening by auto from Victoria.  "., ..-������������������������o- -  Post milliter Parka request)* us  to h( litis tlmt all lot turn I'm* M into  or Happy Valley, must lio nil"  (IroBted Cumberland Kui-nl Koulo  No. 1, to npt-mro right delivery.  Tom Banks has hhown us nnmo  of lho finoat Logan borrioB, grown  in his garden, that tvo have ovov  neeu,  Tom l>iukle t>ay.i, tiiui lie ui.d  ���������'Dad" will luivu monuments  over them beforo tlio bibonila  are retiirnuil to power. Tom  nuii-t, ���������������������������jfneet to dm noon. He-  will Hiiro, if the Liberal-*, win,  tho next election.  James Maxwell caught two  trout iu Comox lake last week,  weighing seven and a quarter  aud six and a quarter pounds respectively. You may try .many  of our lakes aud streams before  you will equal  that tor size.  Mrs.   Reginald   Hanson   and  Mrs. Geo. Roe, of Victoria, arrived iu town ou  Thursday   ev  en ing last.  -*>-  The Powell River exclusion"  ists'fiom, Cumberland had to  hoof it home from Union Bay  on Thursday morning, owing to  no urraugeineuls having been  made with the Colliery Company  for a train service. Some were  "hot in the collar," and the majority were hot all over. It was  a mean trick to serve the public,  as it was advertised that a train  would meet the boat ou its re-  turn to Union Hay. The public will be wary of like excursion s in future.  Premier Hordeu is visiting his  aged mother ot Grand Pre,  Nova t'eotift.  Hirry Creech is back in'own  wifrh.liis. stumper,  London, July 3,���������The Privy  Council today nl lowed the ap  peal of thn Canadian Collieries,  Ltd,, against Dunsniuir, and dismissed the cross appeal. The  actions were iu connection wiih  the sale of the Dunsniuir collieries on Vancouver Island to,, Sir  William Mackenzie ol the Can"  adian Northern Railway Company.  Correspondence  To Editor Nkws  --   Sir:���������To illustrate how  easily  "fools and thoir money aro. parted'  ami  the aw'efnl - risks they  run,  you have only to' look at -a few of  tlie  most striking examples nnd  their dire re'sults.-vij*:   Rockefellers dabbling in oil-wells, Vandftr  hilt in Now York real estate,, and  to coiiio nearer home,Robert Duns  muir's-reckless bonVg  for  conl*  when ho could not   possibly   tell  what wns down'.below' tlie surface.  Then, there ' are L today   iu   our  midst;  cool headed  citizens  who  havo   more   than ��������� doubled   their-  money and have.still half the, real  estate they'-invested   in.  in   Vancouver; others.holding Athabasca  and.Monarch oil shares Ihat '.have  already doubled, in    value several  times,' are amongst tho fools -that  parted, with ,their   money, then  why. our sell'-elected mentors'.vap-  oriiigs and wholesgle,solemn.warnings ���������?    Did not  Carlisle  write,  "Thirty Millions of  Englishmen.  Mostly Fools."    Why worry and  .waste, printer's   ink? . - Still' as  Margaret, Bai 11 io  Saunders -says  in   her   book,  "A   Shepherd   of  .Kensington:?''    '.'It   is .a   great  "thing to be above, tlie rest'of Crea  tion, serene in your own inaccess-.  ���������ability."    Far . bet ter-devote   the  energy and,, persuade   the Board  of-Trade  to "'influence . the   City  Council'to pass a by-law, that-only  one~stoi-e o1:7eachlrm3Tbo  allowed  s<> thai our   police" could ���������easih  watch and make a ��������� list . of ,,th<* <*  who did not .trade here; tho penal  ty lor the^j'-Jt iiU'enpo be deprivation of aU   civil   l-bcnics,   above  all else only one newspaper,   why  go much enli .hrenment; by   what  right was a second started anyway  and,still run ?,   Also tliat trade li  censes   bu. raised   sufficiently   to  meet all ciyieoxpenditiiie and run  lho schools ;   this would not be a  hardship ou llie merchants etc., as  it would he charged  in the prices  of the goods as   it   is   now,   and  paid by the consumer as  indirect  taxation; further, that consideir-  blo.money has to be paid, for railway fares and freight and lho station   is not within the city limits,  and that unless it  is  brought in,  nil   citizens must walk to the Bay  and haul their own freight; .keep  our money from   going   outside;  lot the City's  motto be,   "What  wo have  we'll   hold,''   also   that  there shall only   bo   ono   church  with   one   daily   prayer,     "The  Lord bless all the -Ci'\ **������ husbands  and wives,   sons  and   daughters,  these four 11 nd no mure,''      Then  wnteh Cmuhiirl tud grow,  yours etc.  NOAH, THIS AUK  P, S.���������As to tlio trade license  that wns collected (pulled iu) I lie  matter was at mice put into I he  eipablo llanos of Mr P, P, Hnrri  turn and ������15 was promptly return  ed to escape- further proceediiiu[rt.  Bannerman-Hunden  Tho home of Mr. nnrl Mrs. D, Hunden  Dorwont Avenue, was the scone of a pret-  ly wedding on Friday evouing, whon their  third daughter, Mnrthn, became ths  bride of Mr. Daniel A, Baunurman, aoo-  ond son ot Mr. Thomas Banuormnn. The  brido, who wan given away by her father,  looked charming in n gown of p������lo bluo  mcsHaline with tiimnrnija of silk shadow  lace with which Bho woro tho traditional  veil aud oranj-o bh Bsom-*. Sho carried a  bouquet of whito roses, marguerites and  fern. The bridesmaid, Miss Atniio Jfay-  mau, cousin of tha groom, was prettily  gowned in chasnpagno aillt with Bhadow  lnco trimmings and carried pink rose*- and  fern. Tlio groom was ably supported by  his brother, -Mr; John S. Banner-nan,'  customs oflicer nt this point. The  guests, wfeo included only the immpdiate  relatives of tho contracting parties, adjourned to the dining room ou . the conclusion of the ceremony, whero refreshments suitable to tho occasion were serv-  ed.������ J  The company nlso 100k ocoDsion ^to  colebrate the thirty-fust anniversary of  the wedding of tlio bride's parent B, nnd  the fifth anniversary of the weddiug of  her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and  Mrs. Sara Davis, ltov. J. Hood, pastor of  St, George's Pre-byteriiin church officiated. '���������    '  "-=.**-'  ft  MACFARLANE BROS., L  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE.'  1 47,?))  *j*if  V-  --^���������')  IN UNDER-!  WEAR  J, P. Babeock, fisheries expert,  of the McBrido government, accompanies Messrs Dowser and  Ross on a political tour. , The os  tensibio object "of Air. Pal-cock's  tripis to study fish life;- tho 'real  object is -to show tho ".ministers  how to apply the gentle * art of  fishing for fish to-the inoro strenu.  ous art of fishing for voters. Mr.  Ho.wser is. nrovided  with a lid rag!!  IP^B**ww������������wres*c*^  For  Ladies  and  ���������    ...        -ffiHum   ���������mu -������������������iiiib 1 i. ____m jll. 1   . . Children . .  WK IIAVK UtEN fortnnato  in socuring a traveller*.'"  FALL SAMPLKS of tlie above,  lines at-a lineral: 'discomit. You  may now shary iu the bcnohVof  this saving in price. Tln-so goods  are in  every  way   worth   regular  prices, I wing * clean and in- good  shape, aiid will soon'lu* cleared np  at. the prices,we. are askino-.  Please call at once, we    may  have what you want  !l������rir See (inr, line'of  I.adiiis'8.;.  Pumps and Toe Slippers  wi   Ian,������������������  -net and M *. Koss witha '���������purse"  -seine, and thus equipped, a large  citeh-^off fish*--is expected. V-Stu-  dying fish life?' while-on a politi  cal mission, will be for all'three, it  is to he hoped, a very pleasurable  passtime.���������Vietoria.Times..  It you wnnt to see a fine  patch of potatoes, go down to  .the Company's farm near the  railway crossing. Tho whole  farm reflects credit upon the  Company's capable farmer, Air.  Joseph Shaw.  Dr, Jamofi Grant will practice his profession iu Victoria.  We hear that ho has been treated very geiieroiihly by the 0. \\  R, The doctor deserved it. lie  <lid"not nliow himself a craven at  the crucial moment.  patent and <lul  _*0 f?_"-._t...._-ir,_(-).r:_  ������������������-j^rF-u-iw-*vi/l-ij  iilacl  ir ices i rom  Agents fo1* ihe Home Journal  P-'tr'-rm-,. We also ������lock the ..latest  Dress Materials,  ,  MACFARLANE HROS.,  LIMITED  THE.CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone 10  P. O. Box ion  btwwmto -a-iiapaa-Atfifl^^  Mr.   A    McKinnon    arrived  home on Tuesday from   a   busi  ness 1 rip to Vancouver.  Mr. V, IJ, Harrison, barrister,  of Naiiaimo, brother of our local  barrister. Mr, V. 1\ Harrison,  paid Cuinberlaiid nud Courtenay  a business visit this week.  ���������'"-'   ������������������-o -*���������-���������r  Ottawa, July .).���������Advices received liore today ore to the 1 f-  fect that a provincial election iu  Uritish Columbia is talked of  for August,  Tub Kmron,  liii. t.i'.iii((.i.i.A;>j. .i>')i.]  Dour 6irs���������W'������ diHiro to oorroct  throufrli your colnnuiH, awronn iniiircp-  ftluii which i))i-{!n uisl, iih aoo'inc'iiii-inuo  of 1111 urtiola thai iipimiirod in tlin liiHt in-  fliio of your rifiiinr. wlifrniri Huh linnk  wa** ni'iiitlouoil iu 11 ruforonoo fur tlio firm  ct Sharp c< Irvine, tho piomotori of ''tho  ���������'Oil Bytnlionto'- in iiiiottiou. Wo know  nolhiiitf nbout tliin linn, nor thoir iirojont,  nml ivo might toy that tlio bunk nover  leudoenooungomRnt lo a propoHiti.-n o(  this kind.  Thinking   you   for your   viliwililn  RJiWO,  Youih truly,  j I). M. MOKIUSON, Mr-miB-fr  I 'J'ho Ki.y������! Itn It of C<ii.iid .  Joe Martin is coming back  to Canada to reside. He would  make it lively about election  lime if be took tbe notion, We  would like, to see him enter  into provincial politics n-^nin,  just for the sake of .seeing,,a  good liveiy scuip. Joe mny be  a crunk, but he is no grafter.  Shoal Point obstruction, iu Vie-  toria inner harbor, was lemoved  by a dynamite charge last week.  I'iftccu bundled tons of rock  were blown out,  IWVMlTPi im  u  Uiimor has it, that a Cumber  laud young business man lias recently taken a (Jiimb.rlaud  young lady io wife. If so, congratulations Arthur.  Calg.-uy is wailing for a veal  strike iu crude nil. So aie loine  iu IJ. C-, who have parted with  their dollais���������and will kei'-p 011  waiting, You never know now  many ��������� suckers'' there nre kiimI  you throw out lhe  right bait,  Kansas City,. July 2.���������iMeni  hers of the iir.eruational exc-ou-  live board of Dm led Mine  Workers met here today nt ihe  call of John Y. \v.;ii.*e,  president,  il was expected th'.' ''wiifei**  euce would .-'peiul most of 'li*-.  tiiuc discussing the piobiem *���������������������������  lisiiig.out of the Vaucui'vo  Inland millets' strike, A ,i\\ u  ber of���������routine apjjealf: from the  various distrieis are to be u.n  sidercd and   dispos-c : of.  Hueila is   again   eleekd    fts  juesideut  of Me.Nu.j.  I'i"mier ^lel'iirle (Ut<;  provincial election i.s to  iu August.  illuit a  I f, bv\d  We Ai^s Jurit P\zi  V  '?'  4  ,tl  *   '.  i:i uiiiliii'fr 'he pur:-;. of Cmiimi- ft  Unttd Wenr������, booking Well ol* the end of i.  Snito Mado to  Mcasuro . . . .  CAMPBELI ?  ���������"-a ffHE KTSW3. Cm-nsfeRTAND/B. a
REMEMBER 1 The "ointment
you put on your child'.* skin gets,
into the system just as surely as'
food the child cats. Don't let
impure fats and mineral coloring
matter (such as many of the
cheap ointments contain) get
into your child's blood I Zam-
Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.
50c, Box al All Druggists and Stores.
A Debt
By Edgar Wallace
Ward, Lock    t\ Co.,    Limited
Londor, Melbourne and,Toronto
At eight o'clock llu found himself
in Urci-n I'su'li, tlie matter o�� Com-
stock Dell's marriage etlU uppermost
i., liis mini]. Thero must be some explanation. Holder wns usually a well-
Informed man: ho "'ad no difficulty iu
discovering where tbo millionaire wan
lo be married. Tho ceremony was lo
ho at Marylobonc Parish church, and'
fho hour fixed was nine o'clock. Gold,
Conislock "Bel' and tho si-' vere to'
meet at J*. ��� Great Central for breakfast. They were leaving; London hy
ihe'ok'von. o'clock train for th** continent.
lie had uo reeling so fi.r as Verily
Maple was concerned. He was neither jealous nor ch'igrined that she,
who loathed him, should like B"H suf-
iicienUy woll to marry him at short
notice; lie hart a. theory (hat if* you
put the worst construction on peo;;
pie's actions you were in nine cases
out of '.en right, and he explained
her preference by. the simple process
of comparing hi.. own hank balance
with Bell's, not that he ever intended
marrying her, or hud any thought of
matrimony! ,
lie judged that lie would meet
Gold, because Ore--'". Park on a 'pring
morning was a fav.oritc spot with tho
detective, lie was old enough to have
-sealed���habits; Ilf--l"lPi-_^--xncctp.-l' l.o
find him stroll inr, by. the water, and
was;not disappointed.. As Big Boa
boomed out the'quarter after eight, he
���yaw the American coming' lowardj
him.   ���'
Gold was never surprised-at anything; he was no', surprised to rsea
((^melius ll.lder. They stopped,
���speaking together;; Gold had a handful of crumbs which he threw Impartially to water fowlr, and sparrows.
"I suppose yon'r- to be best man,"
/-���aid Holder after r*. time, turning to
tl.e other with a tmile.
"Somelhinfi like that," snirl Gold,
Ills eyes and attention upon the sparrows.
ever heard of, who carried lo (ho filial* the asKurnce 0�� all their friends
that they worn'made for one another
wero Adam and Eve, and (hat was
before my lime. AlTinltie**- o'.ly come
to married peoplo long after they've
heen married���to somebody'-; else."
U'-ldor laughed; ho was easily
"Spoken like a hiichelov," ho said,
"did you conllrm what' 1, told you
about   Win-nta?"
Gold tiod.h.d,
"Yep, tliey will arret''. Inn tonight,"
"When CoiUBtock Bell is naf(-ly out
of tho way, oh?" simt-rod the other,
"Say, I'm not prm.e* Ihat lie's a com-
Pained and Burned, Hard ancl Sore
Lumps, Couldn't Rest or Sleep,
Finger Swollen, Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Cured.
l,CBiTr f'ornrr, N. II. "I Imd Mill rlirurn
on lay linml for 11 iiood muiiy your, |-'\i*ry
vliitcrniy I111111I \mhiIi! <th��'K 11111I luul nfilm
Omit I luul io Ural' 11 iflnvo tn do my work,
Inr v-Ik'H I vaMinl Iii Imt iwihT Willi ll, un-
vi'.'i|i|n*d It 11�����-��i tu Inlliitii mi inucli that I
illiln'l, l.iKivv mIhu tu do. I hail 10 tiild' 11
rotiuli iiiwil ami rub It until tl.i'Miiinl -hohIiI
(���1111*111 iiiimctliiii'i. Many u nijdil I luel to nit
up In iii'd uml nil 1 llii'in uivl soiiuulim-'i Una
didn't H.tUly. 1 luul to M-riitrh villi my
llnir'r' nml the ii'"".'. imirniii*.' I i��uiii*| Iind u
>j|("li|r<'iM)fsldn wlili'hl luul tiil'cnolf, This
vlntrr I luul hiirci on 011" of my IiiiiiiIi. I
fliuuirliti ilii'j' twin iilrM��. M'liey piiini'd
nml lini'iii'il, 'I'lii'y -.'iiiilnl Ju-t lll.11 :i llltlo
lump hml I'oiihl lie l.urd *,wl mho nud iilu-r
flint, tlii-rn vimlil ho 11 lilt; hum '* of pus ami
xtInn tli.it, ihiiiiiJ i��. hiu 11 iKniJti iMii^ii
,., 11: .���'.���.     '  '    1';,' :������  V.'T :* tl*-'' <*<"'
lili-i-c, I ronMu't ri'vt nri.|ocp\ilili ilio iinln
uml lli<! Iiur-ilii***. M'tit-utliiti. 'J'ho nine I
luul un my Imiiir tins wiuur m;.s ulll ���Hur.-*.",,
'J'lii'io wai im no tiilkiiuiiiiitluii for my Ihwr
. viih twolli'ii nliniiit t��it-n Its iintiiinl t.\m
.. . ���        *��� *> > .   1
"I took tlm CiiU'-uru so;i|> asiri mmlit u
n.ih -nltli li uml -ff-jsli't'd tin* liutvl ��liti n
|il(i-nofrultimiuidafierlti*iis��:isli-,(l I ikim*
tot al��c tlio Cm li'iuuOlntim nt ii(iilt.|iri"ulj'(
on a plicc of i-otionami ^-lUifiW.-fivIiii
If. I WOJ ^,rrA Iff & littlo 01 rr (l wick."
\*.lfilhh Mr*, riinrln >*i!ivi'*\ Juno 5, 1011.
<"u<lcur,\ Suit I'tniiir utlrtir'tl'l'it tuciit uro
tiAt\ by itruwil't* nml lU-.ilin i"t "���Ty*. *1i*Tf\
fort liberal fmiMropli-. of ��� n-h, Mih M-v.
UxA, itnil noil ������'uni to I'oiicr Onm it
Cbtm. Corv-< Hcpt. D. licuon. L*. 8. A.
W. N.    . 690
parliot of mine?"
Gold looked at Um slyly.
"I haven't 'heard lilm boasting, for
tho matter of that," ho said, "he's immensely reticent om somo subjects."
He looked at his watch.
' 'U'm going along," he sal', "you're
not looking well."
"Oh, I'm all iigl.it," said Holder,
"I'm suffering a little from, insomnia."
"Vou should take up tin study of
Improving literature," said Gold. "Lot
me advise you to wtart on a very interesting little hook 1 caw the other
day."      '
"What was it called?"        -.   "
"The Metropolitan Police Code,"
said Gold, "il, is a book0of advice intended for young constables and extensively read in criminal circles."
lie laughed as if amused with himself; as i'or Holder, lie did not know
whether,, to be amused, alarmed, >r
The first lo reach the hokl were
Comstcck Hull and the girl., Thoy arrived almost' Hlrmltaneously. lie gavo
her a smiling welcome. She was
grave, nnd, ho thought, very beaulifvil-
ly. lt is ,��trange .hat until that mo-
menl. when they met iu the big Palm
Court of the Great. Central Hotel, he
had not thought of her beauty. Ho had
a dim idea that thr-ro was something
about her which was pleasant lo look
upon, I hat her presence was ����� pleasing experience, Iml. exactly what woro
lho I'iiiiso which led up to that hide-
llute'nnd indeJlr.able pleasure he had
not known.
Comstock Hell ban no love in 1.1s
heart for any woman, but bo was go-
in 1 to marry this girl. II. was a marriage of expedience if-over thi re bad
been such a marriago in the world.
Vet It pleased him, it gavo him a
sense of com fori, that the woman who
was to bear his name, who -was to
grace his board, and upon whom so
much depended, should have been so
woll favored by nature. Sh.- was
dressed in a simple white serge costume, with a little touch'of-mauve at
her waist, and she wore a large shadowy* black and,white hat.
"We've got about live minutes before the others come," he said, and
led her to 11 seat.  ;
"Vou don't regret the" step *��� ou are
��� "Thoic is no (iiicslion of regretting,"
she said firmly, "when 1 marie up my
mind last night my decision was lixed
and irrevocable."
"f " he began.
. "1 know," she said, "that you have
to tell mi', something, and that that
something will be a shock to mo. I
know lbat>l can help you and that
you are marrying, me because I can
help ycii.'anrt that I do net love you
and that you do not love me. We got
into this thing with our eyes open;
please God, it will turn out. well."
"I cau say Amen to Ihat," he said
solemnly. "Here is Gold."
The detective camo down the flignt
of stairs; it. was ar. unusual sight to
see' hir*. in a ,tali ':-.t';.Jt was sirango
to'-see him at all so early in the l.iorn-
"ltrgr" "'lMie;j-"*rdjourmT(i~to~tire-^iinirig^
room. Break!'::st. was a, prosaic meal;
lhe girl had very' little appetite and
Comstock Bell ale sparingly. Gold,
who had no sense of respoi'.'ibility,
ahd 'moreover was not goiiig to get
married, ate heartily, for he was a
healthy man and had been up since
four o'clock tha1-- morning, though
neilher nf tho people at the tntle suspected this fact.
"Where do you intend going?" ho
",I shall go to Paris from hero." said
Comstock Hell deliberately, "and then
1 shall go 011 to Munich and then lo
Vienna, possibly,. Id Hudapest and after that my movements are uncertain."
"Jt in bad luck for you that yonr
finger is no better," Raid Cold, pointing to ll'ii bandaged hand,
Conibtock  Bell  smiled.
"1 scarctly notice It," ho said, "and
I am getting st export with my typewriter that I shall probably novm- go
back to the old wuj of writing let-
"Arc you taking it with you?" askcil
"Ves, I havo had one specially made
for travelling," lio answered, ' "although 1 novor -.bought when 1 gavo
tlm order thnt It would bo myself who
would r.no il." "
"Madame will probably ho abl.j to
assist you," said Gold, with a smile
at ilie girl
"I'tifurtuiiul'-ly, ar fonuinl.c'y, for
hor," irnld Comslock Bell, "sho does
not understand this key-hoard; It Is
not 1.I10 uiilvursal key-board."
Tliero was n, lull in tlio conversation
and Hell hockoiir-d to tin.- head waller,
'Hrlng 1110 a tolegraiMi form," ho ,*ald,
In a few minutes llm man lre-jrae-i
wllh a telegraph form nnd tt writing
"Shall 1 wrllo ll I'm* you?" wild
"N\>, I Ihlnk I can ,ni:iiingi\" said
Ciiimituck I Jill, lluslilng yliglilly. l.n'.i-
ui'loiK-d', ho Hiriiii it, out. It was nd-
ilri'Hhi'il to Lauder, l.tindvlow CmiT'i*.
iit'iivi'Hi'iiil. and the nii'si'.iigo IL cnnli'il
wu.' mu   word: "l-rocfcd."
"Lei, Ihln bo i*i'ilt od' nl. (info," hi'
mi Id, "and bring my bill."
t!nld'"'wiii; inlldl,\ curloii;' to know
what could bn (lie iluirjict��*i* of 11 \o]o-
���jsriim a nian might write on his w< tiding iiml'il, but he did 1 ictl. uoi" It, In-
catii-ii' liiiiiX'iilalfly ho had written It,
r-'im-i(**���)( I("II fiililoi iho form |j, iwo
and handed li with half-u-irowii 10 the
���'I.i'l tills be f.''tit off til once," lie
i-'ald, "and bring m'y bill."
In 11 lit lie I line ihey were out In the
litivef. Hell did not'take a inxl-cnh;
they walked lhe short dlHtiinn; which
in<.|/|,,,|  ,|,rn*i  (Vi),,,  ih,, fhiivi'll.
Save for a verger ci'd a pew-opener |
tlm ciniivii Wm, viuji,-,, ami tii\-it |i-*ji-
tall*- ecliu'-il hollowly n.i they  walked
down thr- aWl��>.    As Hu'y stood al tlin
nlliir i-alln  for lho clergymiiii    Hiito
fiini!' 10 them tlm hum of busy Ltm-
<ii*>,  ���M<-:*w*iibi.' to n   dav of toll,    >f
ll'oiiiiili'cl* Hell had ��vi r tliouglil about
! hlx iv* AAliw. Any ho had ij-��v*>r JmnRln-
I ������(! iim>tliliig n;;��� lfl|Bi Ae (o tl)0 ���|rii
ritrf' to'fin'1: -.sitd tin*- inoH.I. I rem 011 To us
happening of her life, Hhe waa Jiumhod
with the iiinealii'-f'-i of Ihe nltuiitlon.
Tlu-rr was nnoilirr foot lull as the
iuiulhti'i' cuiii' down to meet them. Hi'
In Id a little look In IiIh hrtiid nml he
fpoi.e uie dolfinn wonin waii-h wi-)��*>
In tnilto tli^m, mnctiftnlonily. hIiiichi.
r.libly. 'J'l^ (|u<**Htlonii ���fti'iT- athvA ami
nnfiwercd; tho plain Und of cold ullp-
pfil un lm r lii.gi r, anil Oir-y i-.tUutirr.eil
The [am of Absolute
Can be had from your
Packed in Gold Lined
to the vestry to sign lho register. The
minister said vaguely that it was a
Hue day and tlmt he hoped wo wero
really at last going to hav0 :.n English
summer. Comstock Hell replied conventionally enough. Gold paid the' fee,
and lipped the, verger, who was ono or
the ^yitnc'^sea to the marriage, and
the couple passed out* into the sunlight, Mr. and Mrs. Comstock Bell.
None who saw the.party emerge
could have guessed that they wore witnessing the beginning of one of London's mysteries.
Hell looked, at his watch.
(To be Continued)      \
Probing Peat Re-**6urces
The Domhuon government has,
through the medium of the department ot mines, just imlcrlakui a
very extensive and exhaustive investigation into the merits of peat as
fuel, the commercial, feasibility of its
nianufactiu'c at a reason:.':Ie marketable price and tne available supph-
in Canada. ''
Tli'e government is' experiencing
considerable difl'icu'ly with get-.-ich-
quick men, who, posinj; as promoters
ci  peat  enteiprises,  induced    inves-
tors  to  placo consid-r'able money
ventures Day are not, based upon
telligent information  in    regard
the  possibilities of the industry.
There is considerable capital invested in- Canada,..however, in legitimate' peat enterprises, and theso are
to he given every encouragement by
the government.'with tho end in view
of doing cveryt'-ih g that is possibla
to provide against a fuel, famine in
the future.      ' ^~
Most of us ought to 'be keenly, interested in death, for wc never have
been really alive. . Wo bavo u* yer
reached our height, never measured
up to what possibilities are within
us. The proof is a matter of commou
observation. A big company gets into
serious business difi'icullties, and the
officials, who had been fussy, vain,
aiid pompous, becomo 'men. again, call
their subordinates in and plan' tbo
campaign so that everyone goes out a
hero���to win. Like Kipling's gluttonous old Roman general, they become
"young again among tho trumpots."
lu flood time a telephone, call may
mean safety or destruction to many
people, and a naturally careless'and
flippant girl becomes a heroino, sticking to her switchboard all night . to
send messages .through whilo a rising
river gnaws at lho building's foundations. Caught by a cavo-in, a foul
mouthed old miner walks oft in to the
gas to die. alone t.o that. Ills younger
comrade may have what air there is
and (he chance of getting back to hb
family. Somo rough, fishermen
stranded ou a perilous veef haul
down their signal of dislrr-ss because
lliey know that a small boat cannot
live !u that mad sea. So If goes year
ufler year���these people might or.-jMy
be thought of as ordinary, dull ami
uinaii, the commonest human animals, but when tbo hour strikes life
flumes np within them and .thoy rise
to meet thoir fate with as calm a
soul as one who goes to pick flowers
in his mother's garden. \Vhat wiil
this world bo liko when we get into
tho habit of living up to somclnlng
near the best that is in us?
A Newspaper Novelty
Tlio Germans are a practical people. At the little town of Eberswaldo,
r.i-ar Berlin, the local newspaper is
pi in ted twic-o a, week on one side of
the paper only, so (hat it can bo
used for -wrapping up provisions -without any touch of printer's Ink. On
ihcise two days the paper is twjee its
ordinary size, so the reader loses nothing in the way of reading matter.' ,
There Is more catarrh tn tills Pectto-.i
of the' country than all other, diseases
put together, and umil tlio last lew
years was supposed to be Incurable.
I'or n sront unaiiv years doctors pronounced, it n local disease and p resort bed
local remqdli:?.- and by constantly failing
to euro with local treatment, pro-
noiiiu'ed It- iiunnaljle. ' Selenco has
proven Catarrh to be n constitutional
disease, nnd therefore requires constitutional treatment. "Jail's OlaiTh- Cure,
manufactured by 1*\ J. Clieney ,& Co.,
Toledo. Ohio. Is the only Const!Hitlonal
euro on tho market, ll* Is tnlteii internally in doses from 10 drops to a fea-
spooiiful Jl nets directly on tlie blood
and mucous surfaces of. the' system.
*riii>v offer one hundred dollars for any
case il fails to cure. Send for circulars
and   testimonials.
Add reps: F. J-. -CUBNKY & CO., Toledo,. Ohio     ; , * -.
Sold .by   nruRfi.sts,   "Bo,
Take Hall's l-*amlly fills for constipation.
"y ���-.<*���
They were talking abou a vbeent
christening the' ether evening when-
the senater from New.Moxin said
he recalled ,a 'conversation betv.'een
Smith and Jloncs.
During the aforesaid conversation
Smith remarked that, a son had arrived at *.he home of  Urown.
"You don't really mean il!" was
the surprised rejoinder of Jones.
"What, arc they going to namo him?
When is the christening?"
��� "1 don't know when the christening
is to be," answered Smith, "bul. I
understand thoy are going lo' nam3
him Reginald Claude." v.
"Gee whiz! ' exclaimc.: .lone.--.
���'That's some 111 me. all right! What
aro they, trying to do. ruai'G a lighter of hlni?"
"Make a tighter or him?" returned
the perplexed Smith,, "I don't get
you."     ���
"It's .this wa*.." was the smiliv.g
reply of .lonos. "Vou dii bet to the
limit ,llmt .'Reginald Claude' cognomen will start sovretliing every timo
ho goes to school.
In Happy Japr.ii
Jiipi-niPco women aro said to he the
happiest in the world. Tlm reason
they aro cheerful, even tempered 1 nd
good-natii.. 1 Is f*u��il In tho fact
that fashion iu clothou in tlio island
kingdom never ehi.nges, This has a
tondenc." to mako tlm men happy
too. Dame Fashion plays hob with
lhe pnclu'thook of tlio family p-otect-
or and provider. Wonderful people,
tho ,lti|)K,~~Vnncouvor Province,
l'lvorb old'---Say,
flvo. You know,
or,co can be 'lo.io
GoUiU"- I 1 un'',
lend m.i another
whai'u boon do-.ic
Found In Chanoc to Rifjl't r-ood
. Restoring Venus
The ltt-i-cby Venus, the beautiful
lory whicli was slashed by 11 militant
suffragist, lias been so deftly repaired
that the damage done cannot bn do-
tc-jted by the ordinary observer, As a
conccs.U'u to' properly' accredited art
stude.ita the gallery, which was
close/1 to the public after the out-
rag--." has  been  re-opened to them.
Wai'ls ou tho hands is a Alalia
ment that troubles many lad Ior*.
loway's  Corn   Cure  will  remove
blemishes without pain.
��� lob
Advantages or Publicity
A repulable newspaper may be depended u)on 10 refrain from publishing any details of such a, case which
would harm the morals of its readers,
and peoplo In tho, tolls en such tr,
charge should not, be allowed to escape without publicity. Publicity is
an excellent thing wiih which to combat, evils of this sort,���Ottawa Journal.
the  family  remedy
Smilt  done.    .Small
for  Couitlm
bottle.    UnX
nnd   Colli*
uince  1870.
I   print a kiss  upon   your
provided you promise not to
Willie  Guessed It
Teachei���What will your father
whon  ho socH ibis rjport card?
Willie���WT.cn he sees I'm zero he'll
give 1110 11 wiivmin.'
���d's    Liniment    Relieves Neu-
At the Club
We're   trying  to
After nun Fuffi.-rp for nionCs from
acid dyapcpHla, Hour lUoinach, nud
then llndii the rmmdy Ih In gfttliig
tho right, kind of loud, It In Boiuctliltig
lo Kpi'iik aliiinl.
An cinti'S'ii lady and hor young son
had ''ueli 1111 fspi'i-lniu'O uml aim
wants othri-B to know linw to not
relief, She write:-,:
"Fur about I'lftn-n months niv little
boy and mys-.t If bad Ktil'foiod t.llh
j-ot'iv ijtniitiii'li. We weiv tumble 10 retain much of anything wo uio.
"After KUfferlng I.i this wu,, for ho
long I (Icflitcil to ontiKiill 11 H|)(c'iitlpt
la Hlomiu'l. diKoarii's. Instead of proscribing drugs, lui put ii'i In)'. 11 on
fii'ni>'"Nut'i and �������� Iioitii 10 Improve
���Mi  wm the Vci   to a  iir-v,   lifo.    1
found we had lieni on tin*,' too t:nii*n 1
iioiivy umd ���..,*;.,*. iu ������<���'*.* .'.i*l OS
gi'..,t. In a Son wcil.s after pow-
iiioiicUi'i 'Impi-Nut**, 1 was able to do
my hniiHo work. I wake In llu- nioiii*
Ing willi ft (Aouv lieuil nml fed reslod
:ir;<| have no r-.mr .'lomadi. My hoy
^'V.*: 5'**1 '^'.' " ::?*f'-: 'V".':: a 'm* �����*���
"We Iirv.. icfiilMd oui* lopt wctfjul
und conlisuie to <at Grape Nuts for
liiilh the aiouiing an.l ovening miiils.
Wo are will am) happy and owe U to
Nanio given by Ca-uullan Poslnm
Co., WlnUM.r, 0���t. H-.i.l "Vhi- llor-d
Io Wf-nvni-*-* hi pkgs. 'Thcrc'fl r,
IU aum "
Ever   reed   (he   Above 'titer?   A
nev/ one jpcears from time to time.
1 They *re  jjenuine, ".rue sod ful)  ot
'human inUrett,
ml so  th.'
1 put you
liinitor'ii i.alary.   What wlll
down for?
Illnki*-A hibHtor, I -i'i one.   IT. glvo
There is ii'oc'li.ln old Clormn-.i
WIllu'H'Uim'*'. I'ii.. wlios,o pride, llko
Hint of many lolf-imide men, l'*ndn
lilm at iliuff in. v a son of patronls--
Ing c(>ml-,:*of.m<lon lowai'. H101 j
things lie did o* "liavo timo for"
when In* wuh making IiIa wny in life.
Upon tho oci'inilon ot llu grail tuition of 11 nophir.- l.c aiihoc.
"Wl, Wllh.'lt.', vot did tliry loath
you up I bore?"
"(lieok nml I.atln." paid Iht boy,
"and (juvmaii ninl algohnv."
"Ho, ho," murmured tbo old ftci'-
mail. "Ami vol.'*' iler algebra for poln-
tooa nowV���Youlira Companion.
Blended to Suit Hard Water
Hai$ water spoils most teas; -but not
Red Rose. It is distinctive in this respect, being specially selected and blended
to,suit the hard water, of the Prairie Provinces, No matter how hard the water it.
cannot destroy the rich strength and flavor of-Red
Rose Tea.   This is one of the main reasons, perhaps,,
why Red Rose is such a favorite.. .       ,
In 1 lb. and H lb. lead
packages at 40c, 50c. and
.60c���also in tins of 3 ibs.
and larger.
N.B.���Coffee users will find Red
Rose Coffee as genciously good
as Red Rose Tea. ';2
Tubs and Pails retain the heat
of, the water much longer than
the wooden or galvanized iron
tubs, are cheaper than the latter
and   will   not   rust   the  clothes
Result of Gcod Trade Causes Large
Increase Iri Receipts From
Excise Customs
Groat llritain'u annual drink
to whicli attention,' as usual at
period of tho year, is called by
United * Kingdom, -'Alliance Temperance org.inlK7.tlon. and -which shows
a greatly increased consumption ovor
1912, the total amount expended in
J913 'being nearly ��1(57,000,000,' five,
millions ovor the 1912 figures, dot?s
not moan, according to tiie press, that
the nation is growing less temperate,
lt simply means a period of sustained
prosperity. "Heavy drinking and
good trade," says.lho Daily Mail, "go
together. It sounds and is appalling
enough that we arc spending on drink
a sum equal to four-fifths of f- n entire national revenue taht-.the working class family should bc estimitcd
to waste nearly ohe-sixta of its in'-
'I'ftineyou liquor, aiid that the annual
expenditure, if wo omit abstainer-
and children under 15, should work
out at all but "&7 per head.   v
Constipation is ��� l.o oC thft most
common ailments of chii'ahood and no
chili! suffering " .'rem it thrives well.
To banish it uo other medicine- acts
so promptly -iml surely' as Uaby'o
Own Tablets. They never, fail lo
bring relief. " Concerning them Mrs.
Dominique Fcrlr.nd, ��� St. Michel, Quo.,
writes: "I con cider Baby's Own Tablets a -marvellous remedy for little
cr.es, 1 gave tliem to my baby fo.-
constipation and thoy soon mado him
well again." Tho Tabiatb arc sold
by medicino dealers or by mall at 25
cents a box. from Tho Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., lirocUvillo, Out.      1
his' now
Looking  Forward
A Chicago physician was
lr.ting Orvillo Wright on
aeroplane stabilizer.
"I'm tal'ing a Iot of work from you
doctors, I'm r.l'rald," said Mr. Wright
with a mischievous smile. "I feel sorry for lho young Duylon" medical student 1 heard about tho other day.
"Two medical students were discus-
sing their prospects In tho prtfOHSlon
when one of them said:
" "I'o succeed in medicine it is no>
ceswary to speclalizo.'
" 'Decidedly,' agreed tho othor.
'What specialty aro you going to
"Tin lioing lo specializo on aeroplane ,'ii'cldontR���l.horo'11 ho a great
future thoro.'"--St. Louis 'Globo-
$500 Reward
Will be given for tho discovery, living or
dead, of
(formerly of Teacher's,College, Columbia University, New Vork)
Columbus, Ohio: who while irnvellingloBt
his memory and identity, at IT.-imllton,
Ciin'iula, Monday, November 24th, 1013.
nnd is missing ever fliice.
Every llkelv ehio has been anxiously
investigated by Mrs. I.nrcll, but without
success. ���  '
DHSCRIPTTON-Ago -tl; hci-jMi fi ft.
10in.; troth Bold-filled; dark hair, thin on
top, -slightly grey; prominent our**' hollow
temples: small brown moustache; (-.llm
build; dark blue eves; mny bo wearing
gluFf-cR; quiet, gentlemanly manner; high,
Notify Mrs. C. F. Lavelf,
]flO Walmer Road, Toronto, Canndi-t.
Tclephono Hlllcrcfct 1306.      -
Mu'.wr.! Benefit
"1 tool; 11 1 mg walk ycslcr-lny,"
snid Horcmnu, nn lio col lapsed Into 11
seal. nl. IhiByninn'fi desk.
"TnUo another, old man," siig��cnt-
eii lhisyinan; "It'll do ua baf.li good,"
A r.nfc and sure ninilli'lno for n
child troubled with worm 1 Is Moth-
oi' t'liavea' Worm Mxicrmlimtov.
"In sho good lo the children?"
"Very.     Sho lets thom do everything l-ln-lr father doesn't want tlioni
to du,"
Tlin wife of n lillmlonn nltl/.ii walled, 0110 pay-ulght, for hor lniHlunnl till
ten oVloi'h. and then wi'tit lo thu policy Hlatlon to hco If he wan thero.
"No, iim*iii-ti, ho ain't lie re," the ncr
geniit said: "but pit down and wait���
we've expect In' lilm every minute."
Boston���Queenst own���Liverpool
iNnw   York���RahQiiard���L Iverpool
New York���Mediterranean���
Tin FABtMt I'asKjneftr unil  Mall
Kervlc-8 In Die World
Vot   Information   Apply   to   Any
Hallway or .Stcunitihlp ABdit, or
Tnn"otrKAn*o B-ruAMSinp 00.,
Good Moni.'nfl, Have You Used���
Uri'iit Hi'ltf,:n i�� aid to use moro
aoup than any oilier country In tho
world, it:; ooiisunipllor toliilllinj 111.
poundB per iijimim for every iniin, wiv
man and child. Mnn alive! Wlim do
they do with :t nH���oi.t it?      ���
l)erellct--I j-iijijuifiii you won't ho*
Hove 1110, Nellie, when 1 toll you Unit
I wiih born wltli a silver spoon in
my nimitli.
Nellie, (enllRhlouedl���fook nn' mo
wiih"wondm'lni* what mndo It Boliiruo.
--Sydney Hullmln.
To the Woman Who
Realizes She Needs Help
Tf-i-ifViev���Mciw many KOtif-on*'
Small noy-Tlneo.
Tiai-lier-Is thai all?    W-eil,
mny namo tlmm.
Small lloy-Huscbull, football
1 ��im'-ii ���> {..ii 1
have I
Tlui lai'Kt Bt roof span In the world
Ih ut St. PanuraB mntloi), London.
Kxperim.MitH will, a fogplcrcins
lamp for tuitoinoblleB nro now being
r.vad'i In Vrnnoo, A rIiius of .1 -npcclnl
yellowi(-h-��r��'ou lint is place*,] hi front
of nn Ineandifeint lamp, -and a para-
liollp rfW^ftor l��roj''els not only the
llgbl liwi a BwfflMeii*. amount of heat
lo prevent the formation of mM up-
01: tbo P.'-i*""'
You are nervous. You have 'ciyintj -jpt-llb." Yuu i��ic
dejected. You don't sleep well. You have hsuSaufoc, You
have lost ambition for your work. You arc beginning to
feel old nnd look old.
Theio uymptomi, moro than likely, tt* produced by iom�� weak-,
nt-rn or ilfmnttRmnnt,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
(7�� Tablet or Liquid Form)
will aid you In regaining youthful health and itrcnaih-Juul it ll hu been
dolntf (or over forty yean for women who have been m the tame condition of
hultn you now ftnayo'-rttli*. Tt joolhen and Invlflorales. It upbuilds and uplifts.
Your medicine dealer will supply you In tablet or liquid form, or send 50
oncccnt tlitnpt tor trial bot.     Address Dr. V, M. Plerc#�� Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Heuut PeVeli ��nli!�� Sltiuti, liter wl Ewtk   Etty ti tik -r������������vi���������  U������"H"*U  ���������   ��������� *jKJ-r-  ������*w. a..  fffg  HW,  CUHBgRLAyD^BStTIfig' COLOMBIA-  h'  NOTICK * fn hereby jjivau tlct application will be made to tho Superintend-  ent of. Provincial Police, Victoria .for a  license to sell liquor by wholesale upon  the premises situated on Lot fi, Block 15,  Caiiiberliiud Townsito, Cumberland, B. 0  -., CfALI MUSSATTO, Applicant.  Dated thin Isb day of October ������913,  NOriCE is hereby given that on the drat  ���������day of D io n'>er next application will be  made to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria, fer the renowal of tlie ho-,  tel license to sell liquors by. retail iu tne  hotel known as tho Lome note., situated at  Comox, B;C.      ?   Gkobok M.'Baslow-  DAtod October I, 1913.    .'���������'���������  wnwaarm wm* mti p������mjiw.������w  I-  N.  . NOTICE is hereby given that on tbe  first day of November loi.f;, application  will be made to the .Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, for a renewal of (he  \vl)jlc*>ale liqu ir license upon llie prcin-  iscs-kuowii as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nelson District.  ���������  , I*ii..sknkr Huiiwi'N'c Company,  Dated October ist, 11)1,3  NOriOK ia hereby irtoen ihat mi the  fir.-.t day of December next nppliiat o������*> il  he mado to tiie Supo ititeniiuiit of Provincial I'ulioe, Vict iija, fi.riuvnewal of tho  hntei luonso tn eull JiijiMra by rutiil in  tlm hotel known as tlio Union hotel, sit-  unto at Uuion, B.C. John N, McU*oi>  . Diwtl the tat day nf Uo'.Qbur, 11)13  NOTICK is her. by \}iv a that ou the  drat day of 0 camber next, appticAtoa wil]  bo made to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, VictortD, for tho renewal of the hotel liceuw to sell liquors by' retail iu the  lintel known as the Rvi-rdde honel,-Bituv.ee  at Courtenay, 11. G. 0. H. Fhuukkk.  IhtedOotobtr 1, 1013. . .   .  ^ *mm������mm*mmmm*������mm^~*������***m*������m*m*>-mam*m*������   ���������*>-*  NOTIOK ia neieliy-,nven tlut'oa the  first dny of Dioomlxir next application v,ill  he made to tbo Superintendent of Pr-viu-  ii������l Pulico^VLtoi in, for theronewalof the  hotel )i<uon������d to sill liquor.-! by lotailin the  liot'l kn<W 1 as tho ".Vilaou hotel, situatod  ���������at Uuioa Bay RC. ',       ' "  Alfred Kir*--'*. Horse  y   Ontod October. 1, 1913.   *  NOTICE U hereby -given tnat-on th-  first day of Dacomber in it application wil*  be made to the Superiuter.dc't of Piovin *  cial Police, Victoria, for the renewal ot tin  houl license to sell liquois by retail in tin  lio'el known an thu NoUon hoiel, sittu'e  at Union Bay, B.C.... ' John* Fuasek^  Dated October is1, 1013. ��������� .  The Courtenay Hotel  Kv������*ry eonvenien-VfW guests.  The Oenttal Hotel for Sportsmen  None..but tbe Uest of Wines and Liquors  at tlie Urir. ,-      *,  RATES REASONABLE  ON STEAMSHIP GOT  of British Columbia, Ltd,���������  ui*  THE S. 8. COWiOlIAN   WILL SAIL AS UNDER  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nan a imo ���������Vancouver���������Routr  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p, iu , Tuesday up.  Leaves Union Hay, Sunday, 5 p. tu....Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For Denman Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  <> For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.  Subject to change without notice.  liiion  Hotel  ���������J.   N".   KcLEOD      PBOPBIETor,  ���������English 4 x BURTON &(������-������?������ on tap also, the famoua MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anheuaer, Bi;ho*ni*an, Sehlte, Ac. . ."OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. BeistWineB and Liquors of all kinds  The tf c-arding and Lodging Department, under the immediate Buperintendenea  will hu loui.d First class in every respect. [.  bate a.  "il 00 per day and Up  CANCELLATION OF RR- 0  SERVE..  NOTICE IS HEREIVY GIVEN that  the reserve, the notice of which appeared 111 the 11. C. Gazette on the 27th day  of December, 1907, is cancelled in.so far  as it relates to the following parcels of  land:-the \V. r 2 of the S. E. 1-4, the  S. Vv'. 1-4 and the S. t ������ of the N, \V-  i-4������estof the river in Section4; the S.  E. 1-4, the S. E. 1-4 of tlie S. W. 1.4  ���������ind the N, E 1-4 in "Section 5: the S.  t-2 of the S. E. 14 in .Section S; the S ll.  1-4, the S. W. {.4 and the K. 1-2 of the  N. E 1.4 in Section t<j; and tho E. t-2  of the S. E 1.4 and N, 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township j.S.iywj.rd District, and  the N. E. 1 4 of ihe N. K. 1-4 in Soc-  lion 32;,the N E 1-4 of the S W 1 4 and  the X W i-4 andN 1-2 of the N K 1 4 in  Section jj; the N t-2 of the N \V 1-4  and the N (-2 of the N E j-4 in Section  34; iindtlie'S t-2 andN \V 1-4 of the N  \V 1-4 in Section 35; all in Township 6,  S.iyward District.  The said lands will be open fc-ronlry by  pre-emption on Monday, the 18th day of  May at die hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications lo he "i.ide at the  office of the Government   Aj-ent,   Vancouver.   No Pre-emption   Record shall  include more than 40 acres of land except in cases where it is desirable 1 ii include small fractional portions of legal  Siibdn'suins; information in which con  nection may lie obtained from plans   on  view at.dtc above mentioned Agency.  R. A. -REKWICK  Deputy MinUter of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria, Ir).   C,  February nth  1914.  John Johnston,   Prop  SUTTON'Q  E- EDO  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors NANAIMO, B. C.  for garden and farm archest  for B.C. soil. Sep Catalogue fox  solid rfuajrantee of purity  and germination.  Send now for Copy froo -  Sutton &Sena.Thc Kind's So������<3mori  R������������ a -d kn������ En/J 1 ������nd  A.-J.Woodward  Vicl-oriQ     Bi      vancouvor  ��������� is rort* sr. .        667 6ranvnio*5C  SOU AQCNTX CAR BRITISH COLUMBIA  Don* l   forget   lo .place   your  I-ic-xt order for printing with us.  0. H TARBELL  HIMADE STOVES  And nil KITCHEN . .UTENSILS  1  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  Wood's Plxospliodino,  Tlir. Urettt WiiflH-* Iltmrdu.  Tiii-iM Mid Invlijo-miNlli'i wliolo  nonom cysto-.H, uiakiM ,now  UL xiln otil Volna. Uu��������� AWr  NOTICE  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  Every conveyance from the  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Rl\v ay  Company, not already registered,  should bc. lodged in the Land Registry Office .before May 3ist,  next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act Amendment Act,  1914."  L. H, SOLLY,  Land Agent  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO ilOWDEN AT  NANAIMO."  IN TIIK MATTER OF Henry  Rielmrdson Sliultz, dwewjed, in-  tofitatc, late of Strnndby, Rupert  District, li, C.  ���������    AND   "   *  IN THE'MATTl-vli of the '-Oi!'.,  citd Aduiitiistrntora Act-,'-  TAKF NOTICE tlmt 'l.y ftr-  dor of UU Honor Jiulge l'urkt*r*.  mndij��������� oil the 10th dny of -.Ium*  l()H, I was ftppointod Ad-  miuietrntor of. the Estnto of lli*1  above-ineiitioned diHvnfiftl,. ni'd *i!l  parties hnvinj> (.'.Inima against tin*  said efitatc are hereby reipiired to  fin-nUli samo, properly vorilied, to  me on or beforo the L5th day of  J ujy iyU. AND all par.  ties indebted to said estate, are re-,  quired to pay the amount oC'tlioi.'*  indebtedness to tne  forthwith.  Dated   this 10th  day of June  19.14.  W,,Wksi.kv "Wtr.i.AKu,  '    OHicial Administrator,;  Cumberland, ]*���������. C.  OVER OS YEAIW  EXPERiCNCC  Traoe Tir'"*  Ortfcr-tv  C'i)*''/R!".ri'-8i������.  An-rnna ������*������n<3tnif������tW.- \ W'fl ili-fLTivdc^ it.y  qolckl; Mcetifi'tJ onroniDl-u .rt������ \i letior Mr  tiiTemlfi!) Uprci>Kblr P-ttsii'Mblp .,C*������nBiunl.������  '* fa"  '    '  tlotni'inctly.xinatlmitlal. IJANDSJOI* onl-  ������0iit (r*. *.M(le������l <ixf i.ny "or teeunu  IHttonU tUoo IhrouvU Munn k  tfitctolnotlu, wlthonc eb8Tji������, in the  m't  t*  J     LIQUOR ACT 1910..  Section 42.  N<������TICE( Is   hereby giveD  that  one      month from date,  application c will be made to tbe  Superintendent-of Provincial police for a license for the sale of  liquor by wholesale in and upon  the premitsos sit*juted in the town  of Courtenay, B.C. known and  xfe6cribcd^8~Iiois~30Tnrd~Si~Sec^  tionj&l. ,  Dated tliia 15th day of April,  1914  UiNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad Iteiiel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE is hereby given that,  ou the 1st day of December next,  application will be made to tbe  Superintendent-of Provincial Police for lenewal of the hotel licence  to sell liquor by retail in the houil  known as too Miilaapinn Hol?l,  ���������i utile at Lund, in tbo Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 8ih day of October,  1913..  FRED THULIN  Applicant  CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.     .  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under, the sea  fronting on Nelson and Newcastle Districts, notice of which  appeared in the, B. C< Gazeiu  on the 6th day of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  R. A. RissyvrcK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria.  Ii. C, 23rd June, 1914.; ;  LAND REGISTRY . ACT.  IN THE MATTER of an Ai)-  plication for "a fresh;; Certifier.'!  of~TiTle~^to���������Sectioir~3^Coni?Tx  District.  Scientific Mm'm.  A. UnndeOJUOly iUi.-'trfctod we^klf. .Lurjpcji <->������������������.  gjlntlon or miy cnle-.i'.iiio loaniu.' 'i**urm- ,''t  ntMilA, |ri.*i6 iv rear, pont'*i(0 univitii,   u^.f \w  *U oonrMeHicrik  MM & Co^33"^* fey YorP  * *������<m^ ****** mam -t-tm-^. *���������>*���������*������ ������������������ ***** -^^^^ ��������� <m tt*>+* <*> -^ ������b������ 1  NOTICK TO CO."*'! I'.ACT'OKS  SEAL!'.!*  "Tender  of  jna������eiVAf,,.t������iiiiif  ifwmrlu miuitoti  x  In  Utt  MocirolnoOo.  -t  Summer moothi are BOVRIL  monthi. A cup of BOVRIL  ���������with A biicuit -givei all  uecemry nutriment when  nut ti not rcliihed.  Try a littlo BOVRIL fa your  canned raeati.  BOVRIL  NOTICE  Any jwrBon or jwrsone, cutting,  removing or tnking any I'limki",  titnlwr or wood, of any descriptioiln  Kilotigtiifi to tlm Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho land  of,tho B-rtitl (Jompnny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon Uie company's  lini," will b������ rtmA-v.uff-d to tlm full  1  extent of the law.  J. It. LOCKARD,  (ienoral Maunder,  Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotivoa nnd  mil  way earn of  tho  Union  Colliery  Company by any person  or per-  Mnn���������excftpt loin eretv���������U strifttly  prohibited.    Employoes  rje tub-  1 sec to (tipmi'-pa'l for allowing earn*  1 By order  J. R,  LOCKARD,  General Manage .  IN THKl COUNTY   COUHT [fiF  NANAIMO HOLDKN AT  CUiMHKULAND,  IN   TIIK   MATT Kit   of Thomas  Smith, diceasod, into-Matc. who  died in Nelson Distiict on April  AND  LN TUB MATTER.nf tho'-Oflioial  AdminittratorB Act"  TAKK NOTICE ihat by ordor  of His Honor ,Jiulge Barker, mad-  tliu oih day 01 rsuvtitmtK'r 1UI3,!whk  appointed adminialratorof thn Ks-  Into of the above mentioned do  ccuffid, and nllj parlies hnvlog  clfliii������;aRaiiiHMho eafd c������ In to aro  h ur iuhIi eanie,  properly verified, to'.me ou or boforo (be 13th day of D-icember,  1913. AND all jmrtiefl'.indobted to  an (1 esUte, aro required to pay tho  amount of their fmJoblcrfiiws to  mc forthwith.  ) i-.tl hi* lUh   day of  November, ioi:j  O.H.'Ui Admlnhtra'or,  Cumb*-rIond, B. C.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICK is hoieby given that.  iin tbo l.-t duy ol December next,  iipplic.a'.ion will be in:u|*> to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renownl of tho botel liconco  io poll liquor by letail in the boti-l  known as.tho WIIIowp Hotel, pitu-  ate at Campbell River, in tbo Province of British Columbia.  Dated  thta.Slh d^y of Oclobor,  CHARLES THULIN  Applicant  No. t! M'NK Hcni',01..  TENDERS, siipersrribi*<������  for No. ?. .A r.i.- S"l' *?!."  will be recei-.ee! by ih-s l:otioi",:-.iis, '.n-  "MM'i-rti.T of P'.iblir Works nn '.o .*:.' >n (..'"  Tuesday, Uie 19th d.iy *>'f ������M*vy 191;'.*r  ���������he erection. ami r.*nmi>k,i'!*'*'i '**,*. i<y.-  room scliool-liousc ;*.l ''io, '.' N'-i.c, .'. ii.-  beriiiiH'. in the Ccnio\ r"?ci,n-.'.  !.*.������������������,���������.*."..  Plans, s|jCLi!ii:i't'-*n'-. . ������������������-.���������jt.' * -i'ii  t'oMns'Of'icr.der may. l^o scuu ������ia and -.it'-  t t Uie . ist -. day of ' Mav,  1914,' at the ,p *Ti c e of  Mr. J.'Haird.Ciovernmem-Axen', -'Uu'u-  bcrl.md, IJ. C; Mr. A. J. .SCl'lcrland,  Sscretary of the School lioard, '.'umber  land; H. C; hii-i the Ucri.-'rtir.tfnt  Public Works, Victoria  Ily application io.. the 'undtisigned,  trontractors may oliia:n a t.o|iy of tire  plans and specifications fer lhe sum off  ten dollars {$10), which will he refunded  on returniM'j same in (^ood or<ler.  Each proposal iiiu-.t be a-rcompivniiirl  by an accejited bank clietjue or  certificate ofdep<������sii ofl ii chartered  bank of  Cannda, m.ule pay tble  to  the   Honour-"  .ble the Minister of Public Woiko, for  1  un. equal to to r<*f feut of the tcmlrr,  shich. shall be forfeited1 if the pn*-iy l-f.* -  Icr'mg decline  tc   ente: . ii't*������ --iii'.cac*.'  nhtn called ti|x������n to <io sai'or it  he .' ui  ii coi������p'������te   llie    work c*i-in'*cicd_ for.  lhe '*!u-qiie5'0! <*������������tiiic-i.ics of depesit <,l  iiihiicccSifol tenderers" will   be  .euirnei  [Tie  NOTICE is hereby given, ol  my intention at the expiration oi  one.Caleudar mouth from the  first publication hereof to issiie 0  fresh Certificate of Title in lien  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Iteecroft Ussher Lr������  con 011 the 3rd day of.September���������  1891, and numbered 12567 A,  which has been lost.  DATED at the Land Regis-  try Office, Victoria, B. 0., this  23rd day of June 1914.  S. Y, Wootton  Registrar Gtnernl of Titles.  ^7~The*n   upon' tlie ' e-sccution   (7f-  rontract.  Tenders will not be considered utilesi**.  made out on' the   form-; supplied, signe'd  ���������.���������ith the actual signature of the tcndt'i-  .-.r and   er.clos������l in the envelopes furn-  ���������shed  The lowest or a������y tender ������ot neces'tif  ily accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,    ���������  l)ejMrt*jA Minister and J'tibhc Works  Engiti'eer; Department of PuWir Works,  Viclorift, li. C, April 28,1914.  my6 " niyiO  LIQUOR  ACT, 1910  ������������������   (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the ninth day ol May next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the granting of a license  for the sale of liquor by retail in  and upou the premises to bc con  structed iu accordance with the  plans and specifications to be tiled with the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, and to. be  known as the Pier Hotel, and lo  be situate at or nrnr the govern  ment wharf at Royston, Nelson  District, Uritisli Columbia, upou  the lands described as Lots 20  aud 21 iu Mock K of the Subdivision of pari of sections 4 and  6 A.  Dated this ist day  of   April,  r9'-t'  JIakuv Idikns,  Applicant  MADE IS CMAM  Ui K Eff^  rt$k*k' tt u1  al   ������������������.'     '4  mEBM.  CHEMICALLV WSR  'J  NOTICE  Skyward Lund DUlrlct  Dnt. let of HnytvnrJ  TAKK MOriOK that Juittn l).rr ot i                        ,  Upper VnWo?. Jrlnnd, 11 O, locnpntlon,'    Violin  Strings,   lalkiuvj  mr.-  fnrnier, int. mln to np-ily for p.m>wloii chine needles atid Victor Records  tjpor-jhRM the f.-llowing ilflicnbe.1 limb:  f     salc ftt tl)fc NqW)l cft-^f  ���������nninnn-flMni-* at n jto t ��������� '* tcl txi  otml tt  <wu������t of Hyacinth L������k*, on lin������ ot P (5 L. J ���������������������������  Canadian flovernincnt. test;../.  show v/o Itnvo tho ���������**������������������*,'re ft,   .C������  nnd liiyheat ntrcu.-rtli ���������rjoo-'s, ,*, fy  Oillett'o 13 uip<l hy Uw */*i  bt&t Itokcrn ana CAtcrc?.*- (Ifa  everywhere.   Conts in* l'^j  moro tii an tito Infcrlo.* :)'yL'  nduiieratod I:iniiJ.        fyih'1-  2.V/.GiaEri,CO.,!.TD.|;j ;.������������������������������������  Toronm, Onl. ,),\ -,-���������������!  Cook's Cotton Root Comp-jiM  ,-, '#iirt jrfcivt. Uti-iii-* Tout', r n".  "rtouly Pnii) tili'iilmil Vto' tulf  ^llCtrjlitVurnn 'vltlcUwciui. ucini  (tiilKiiul, H.iIJi in tlin " U*ifi*."t*  i,t i.tivmnt.-No. i, ot' y-it- *i  IUdi'inti'Srtmiiwi, {',- t'i. *  for viiir'.-iul vi-***, tii ).or l������������:.  Wil i>\ nil .In'.-Ttr-'i, op m^t  unpnlu  on    ���������.o.lii'. o������ wl������.  r        ->.     Fm������jftrui������0ot. AOliH)-".- TllJ  ���������flUrCJiOieiN'lCO-TeriCMTO.Olir. tlomtfivWii*uar.  CtMinNo. 17Ltlibiiojto.Mhniiuw-j.tti ggvViNG   MACHINES    Rl���������  shorn <i( la\v ��������� thenco ������1 n jj ������ 0 0 "f hl������������ , ,,  in   a Boutli-mitorly ilnctton,  foiirt������������n J ^ 1 AIKLvU  iiha'.H   to the intorH������etton of   wer-tlno ~~"  Of liMtlnTWrPrP-mptlon; thonco imrh      Tlm Singer A gent   is   around  on pro-emptinn hnit-n olitimio point of every month.    Leave your   or ���������  ������mm.mccci^ nHr?������.rt.������n^e ilv.ania)r..flt  t),c   ;;mnberland   News  JW,TA. n0|tR       afc, and they will be attended  N������m. .-i AW.li ������i������t to promptly "hen thr   agent ar-  Ui������d Mnv*27Ui. IUH rives in town.  ^���������^������������������������������������t^*-*** **���������<>��������������� V*<M> a  :IL00kuu'1!|  for the Milk wflg*ftu ���������������  with the Ciceu lio." J  FRUSH MILK A NT- *  FARM PRODUCE %  Our >Mll< is the ^r'Aliict  01 the lV'st l;ed Cows  I'RKSII   MI LIC  Delivered morning*^ ovenit:^;  I. MARUYA        %  (51VK US.YOUR NEXV OH  DKR   FORJOH   PRINTIXG.  ���������iii-  ������������������ x  1 the .news, tmraisTirAT-ro. B. c.  Yon cannot atfard brai'i-beio'fjfla'f hc*d*cht*.  NA-DRU-CO Headache WaSers  atop thero tn <jt<Jck Uxne and clsar your heal Tho-f  do not oontaiftaHhorphonaoetln, aceUmtltd, morphine  opium or any olh������r dAagaraua dm*;. 25o, a Wi at  your Dra-csUf a. l^t  Natisnu. Onita una QHCiutAt. C*. at Om*������������, UarrM*.  RABBITS   RAVAGE   FORESTS  'I  Most Important yg&mwmmwm.  of all ''  ���������i VS���������au,-.>.������-.i.O . ���������__*  i?^t-l.v'������.nJ'l)T<>V'  ftjp������������������:..c----}  ^rrAw Civ"'      maple  fefe^v *  ���������&?** !,4,**iJH,l'limlA*~.  xJffiw'WjSxi  (- r^������fS foot* tl*at is at once  ���������^ '-'^appetizing,* nourishing  ���������"*nnd_easy to digest.  Do-you sometimes  overlook this important purchase?  1  Thousands of Trees Killed in the,  West hy' These Rodents.  'At a recent. eoiii'wuco ol' Forestry  nnmch officials at Ottawa, the inspectors of ��������� Dominion Forest. Ro-  serves, unanimously ui'reed thai thousands ' of acres of youu.-* trees ou  those reserves have* heen ilostroyed  hy rabbits in the lust couple-of years.  The bark of poplar, jacli pine ami  s|.riic������ scsisiK lo be etiually accept.-  nhle lo those, rodents, and in many  places so completely.,have, tho trees  heen stripped of harl' at tlie huso of  the iruuks that thoy have the appear-  unci: of a whitewashed forest. Ks-  poolnlly do Iho rabbit;) like. Use youns  lender tree soedlinRs ln lhe forest  reserve nurscrlrs, uiul'ln one Insl'iuco  some thousands of Rreen x&\. trans-  plant!*, were -.������������������illri'lycoiistunod in one  nlRhi."  It Is. hard io reiill-'.e lite {{real numbers of theso rabbits in tlio west in  some Honfioua.. yot the rapidity wll.li  wlilchyhey Increase- seems-, strauRel.v,  to he one of tin- .reasons for their  periodic, dociluc In numbers, tor the  western Jiuliiitis slato that ilio dis-  euso which almost, exterminates I hem  every seven years or yo is due primarily, to starvation lb rough the lack  of sufficient I'ood. ���������  The Australians ��������� were put to the  necessity of bulldiiiR a wire fence almost across their continent to pro-  ted, Uicir cro]ii* from (.he .ralihit  plusuo there;- Tlu.- Forestry Hranch  has a similar prpblcni', iii protecting  the forest crops I.i tlio west, from devastation, It was once proposed' to  put n' HUlo' wlro fence around each  li-oo planted, but. a forest is no; an  orchard, juid some more practicable  preventive will liavo to be found for  the animal destruction caused by rabbits on the thirty-six thousand square  miles contained in Dominion Forest  Reserves.  ^^^^a^OaVBSSS^^^^^S^^^  .-*"   ^.������*ir Jt** **'     ������������������'''i ������>���������'*���������"'        **  rJ^-'-t-X-JfUTi  '/A  wn  -'i**-!Wt  ���������M  V  Kit?-  Wmy^m^wm^7 \\  Mf/7 ���������/*('// //MjriBttm  Use for German Carp ��������� '  I-Tof. Princo, Dominion lislicvies'  commissioner, suggests that tho  spawn of Gorman.-carp whicli wero  placed in Lake Erie and Lake Huron  in- 1S7L', and have flourished exceedingly, could ' -! made valuable for caviare and llius provide a profitable  industry j. these waters. Whon properly prepared and cured it is indistinguishable from the caviare made  from the sturgeons.  Inciuiries from Mew, York and London dealers who report, a shortage of  supply,, caused, tho,; examination 'of  which Pro;. Prince's suggestion is the  result, lip to how'German carp has  been a despised fish in.this country.  ,   ,'   A   Dire  Calamity  Hclding a glass of el?ar honey in  his right haiuL father observed ��������� im-  ���������1) l'osai veiy-i ��������� ,���������  "It. cost (lie little bees many a  weary trip to fill this, with sweetness  from lho flowers."  Little Laura, who had been listening, closely, exclaimed ' with great  earnestness.  "Wouldn't il, havo been too bad if  one had dropped the, glar-s!"'  Granaries  That Increase Profits  arc the oni;s that are right on your own farm.  _They are the kind that enable you,to bold your  irrain, without stonigc charges or waste from rats or  other rodents, until you can obtain the best prices, Tbey  are tbe kind that need no repairs and last a lifetime.  They are the kind that  Are Built of Concrete  Concrete never wears out, It's the fanner's best r*i-;iin  insurance against loss from fire, rodents or any other  cause.  "What the Farmer can do with Concrete" isthctitle  of a free book that shows bow you can build  better buildings on the farm with concrete, and  save money by thn operation, Write for it today.  Firmer'* Infom-ttion Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  507   Hernia Building, Montrc������I  -m-  Practical Temperance  Th;} order oT ihe secretary of '.ho  navy prohibiting the use ol lUptor to  officers in service, as il has long been  prohibited to enlioled men, is practical temperance of the bind IV..U lv'ls  made great Blrldes in lho United  rilalcs in  the last few years,  II is iio moiv.l ptoachmeut, uo unjust. Jiifcrforoiiee wilh personal liber-  ly. It is merely t. condition of con-  tract service, ret'iilriiig in velum Cm*  honor and pay oqninmoul f.ii* fit and  faithful service. This condition has  long been made in contracts fop service* In. civil life. Many employing  corporations forbid thoir servants to'  use il'iuoi' when under tholr control.  .Thai ia nl! the navy has done.  There is only ono trace of sentiment in the .onier. It, is pure dentin*,  nicy. It puts officers'"on lhe same  basis un enlisted men. Unlltness for  service !s worse In officers' Llian in  men.  Tliero is loss driiiilieniiess In tin  country than thoro used to be,  I hough lilallsiics show that more Hop  uoi* is consumed. I'raclical (unipoi-.  mice has been adopted by tbo wise,  and enforced upon the unthinking or  weak by increasing strictness In contracts for service.  Men cau work hotter for themselves or for others wltlioul, drinking.  The* competition for either kind of  service grows stronger with the  march of civilization and population.  --Tlty- Minneapolis Journal. "  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency,���������  When lho ^.undigested food lies in the  stomach it throws off gates causing  pains .ancl opprcsnion in* the stomachic region.' The belching or eructation of theso gases is offensive and  tl!eonl.v way' to prevent, them ia to  restore the stomach to proper action.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pllla will do  this, Simple directions go with each  packet and a courso of them taken  systematically-**!;, certain to effect a  cure. *  WORMS  ��������� ���������'Wormy." that's .what's the matter ot "cm. .Stomach ane*.  Iiitoatlniil worms. Nearly an bad nu distemper. Cost yon  too umdi to fi-ui" 'i-in. Look had���������are bail. UoiVi piiyslo  'cm lo dfuth. ' Spol-m'a Cure will remove the worms, Improve  the appetite, and tone'em up all round and don't "physio."  Acts'im Kliiiidu tind blood,- Full direction*- with each boltlo,  and sold by all dniaslsts.  SPOHN  MEDICAL, CO,, Chemists, Goshen,  Indiana, U.S.A.  Paintint, Rocks With Oatmeal  In the Zoological Gardens in London they have just iliiished building a series of concrete, i.ills and  terraces upon which wild animals  will roam at largo under conditions  as nearly natural as possible.0 These  bills ami terraces have *beeii, painted  with a mixture of oati-ieai mush  and bone-meal, Ilio object being to  add phosphate to the lime of the  concrete, phosphates being essential lo t.ro growth of moss and lichens. It iSj believed that this coating  will captr.re tho spores of mosses  and "lichens and enable them to growi'  thug making the ^surface of* the rocks  green and moro natural in appear;  ar.co than the bare concrete. -  His Exemplar  ��������� Barbarous _ ,  "A'really acceptable, prison t for a  lady, is'.'n i\ic'o','pi.*cc of'.- a/iliicial'- hair,  as,- when'not absoluUy necessary, it  I.-*-- always'.' usel'iii' and Jornainchtal.���������  AdVt," iii- "Aberdeen : Freo' i'rpsB.'  ,'Still -il, might.. ho' .misunderstood.  ..,. .'��������� ��������� The. World Is Improving  , A,New York pastor says human life  is hold'ehc'iippr today than in. ancient  ll'oihe, , It may or may. hot he 'so iii  Mexico. Hut'whorl I his' pastor rol'oni  to the . minimi railway" mus'sacr'o, he  may bo answered that such leases  are nothing to the ancient ravages of  pluguo which medical* scienco has  banished-from civlllzod countries, It  is absurd lo say that, wo uro" more  careless of life than were ancient  Romans or tlio Middle Ages.--London Morning Post,  ' "So you have- resolved 16" follow"  the. example of George" Washington,-  eh, my lad? 1 suppose you mean in  always tellin., the truth?"  "No, sir;  in' marrying a rich  widow."    , '..     .  SPRING IMPURITIES  . ,.-���������      IN THE BLOOD  at  Not  In  "A"'  Flat  Hn ml F.pihK'--Didn't, you over play  anything in A flul-? , "    *  New Trombonist���������No, the' nlhcr  leniints In a tint won't allow Il���������.  Vera Cruz, Mexico, has the , distinction of boing tlio wettest place In  tho woi-ilorn world, 11 has an average annual rainfall of ISO inches.  Benevolo: I No  Time   For   Riddles  "Why  docs an  automobile iinoll'.'"!    icv^imhi,.  pari; at  ii.|epii()iii!-~llf.'l"  "To   i-iircguiud   ilio   ileal'  ami, the  |()!     \\-Juj  Is   this?    Who   Is  thin,   I  say?  Mnii  nl  Other    Kiui- -Haven't,   got.  li'iii- in ninths j'lddU'H,    Tell yourself  I llnd."  Mr. Ki'llngg wns ,* lwaj'H ti iiMiig his  wife; It wan :iiiiiiij''> that she did iiot I Who you "are.  j.fi-'-i-'i*   Hiinp-'ci   iIn-   pllfiills   he   ,ii'(*-] _  pnri'tl lor her. This tlmii ho r-uiuo, oil for Toothache���������There In uo pain  hour t������. dinner and cald gravely: j ti0 ���������,.���������,,, ���������,���������- ^iHtreiii'.Ing r.n tooth.  "Vouiig W'hilcV wife gave It lo him l.,t.|l(li wtwii vou hnve so 'iiiwulcutiin  hot ninl heavy this morning.' I ��������� visitor niudv Mr. TIkiiiiiis' Kcloctrlc  Th* White;', hud br-fu ninrrl.vl ������������i* Oil aurordlng |n dlrei'llnns ond you  i, few iiuiitlliH 'mil \l\'i>. Kcllo';g; W(|] tlnd iinnieilntii rcllel'. It touches  pi'iimptly Ki'iniM a M-nmlnl. .n,,,  ���������P,.V(!   W|ib  soothing  effect   an-J  Um iiiiln iii'tiiirifl mi* onoo. Thnt U will  ease Kiothiiclie Is uiint.liei* linn (-unlit. > 01 tilth Ull, .inl\i ul,-; ',lu Ul.1,1)  \UO :i    it    lill,-:,  M*'i>litttii������ n1i'f.,if!V* ||d������' i|i"iifill!"  who coiilluili'il.    "Tell  nio about. It."  "Ub, .-ue ,iiii> h,iM* iiiiii ii,tn iif ,.,.  biiinillh sin- iiiiiih lilm Inr lii'calrl'iist,'  rep!l"<l her lii|xli:iiu|. Yowll's Cui:,  jianloii.'  Vonstipsxuon ������������������  is an enemy within the ramp, It will  undermine tlie f-irong-'tt ron- tttntiort  nnd ruin the most vigorous luMlth.  It Iradi to indigestion, ltilirm^nr.-si,  impure bloorl, lud roinp!-,.\in.'i, nirk  lie.-til.if*hi-.';i, aud it oin* ''f.the mo^r  i.-cn'KJii*: raii-t*-" <-f ���������M,l-1 ���������"'���������' >���������'���������-��������� 'I'o  vopWl il is'slowmiicidp, ��������� Dr. Morii-'i  ]iuii.ti������ Iioi.1 Villi pi ;;' '.' ' ���������'"���������  <Jons(ip.ili.7ii. Tiny ������tn- i-itii'Iy  vcu"'t.ibl'* in rom posit ion find <'o not  sirl.-en, v.mU-ii or firij^c. I'r-.imt  your health by taking  Dr, Morse's    *���������  lndli\t\ Root PHlt  w. n. u. 9-.*-:  Keeping Them Down  "Look lieio, ii'i'i'd, i think i  know  ' '."      >' ..'I      i M'III"||      in     a������l;   villi   how  iniii'ii ( miglu tn I In Hint .iiilli..* oi  joiiiv!" i  "Surely, old chap; hi- luiail'l been  M'ry nice to you, has lie?"  'Must hiii'i'ly noticed ill","  ''Then ,i slu'iild IiVjiI lilm (H'.'onl-  ingly. | wiinliln't, glvi' blm more  limn   imn   iiuHiii.i."  Miiutid't, LliUincnt Cures Oandrufi'.  Kinployi-o--I ilun't Ilk'., your infill-  uilri of tlult.g biibliii'.-,**, Mr. (liaftou, 1  I'-.i'-n.  ���������I'lai-tii-al" lbisli.f'ss Mjn (Bti^cr-  mglyl   -*������ ou're t   holii'i'-tban-tlioti guy,  Kuipl *>('i- ��������� Nn;     iiierely  I ��������� .', in a i riiiikiil hub'.  a square  Smiles  Usually yshow   up  with Post Tonslios,  And why nol, when  the (unions "toasties"  Hnvor licrfins operations!  There's a ileal of skill required in cookinjf and toa.siiu^  these thin bits of corn so  that every one of the millions  of crinkly flakes has the  delicious Toasties taste that  invifpsniif fo cull fnr nionv  ,1'ohI TojiHticK come in sealed pauka^cs*���������I'rcsh, crisp nnd  Appetizing---  Pv  No need  of a Tow  If you grease your wheels with  '       1 \'  Mica Axle Grease  It lightens the load and saves wear and tear.  There's Mica in it, that's why.  THE  IMPERIAL  OIL  CO.,  Limited  Winnipeg Calgary Resin-***, /  Edmonton Saakatoon Vancouver Toronto  III:  Buy this oven-tested flour  . Your oven will certainly produce more bread and better bread  as'a result of our oven test.  J.'   - u ,,  From each shipment of wheat  ".  delivered at our mills we take a  ten-pound sample.    It is ground  into flour,   We bake Tbread from  ^���������WiB^B I Equality and large in quantity we    N  \ use the shipment of wheat frotn  \    which it came.   Otherwise, we sell  ���������\&    ' , v*   ;  The baking quality of flour  under this name is thereTSrc  an\ exact   certainty.     Buv^ and  -    benefit! f- ;  \ ���������  ������������������ / '.#*'V'  44 More Bread and B���������etter>fireadN and  <'BetterNPastry/Too,,     \ m    x ������������������** '."������������������.  a  ������������������    FARMERS'   ������������������  Can always make sure, of getting the     highest    prices    for    WHEAT,  OATS, BARLEY and:FLAX, by shlppin-j  their car  lots to  FORT WIL-J  LIAM.AND PORT ARTHUR and.having  them  sold on  commission  by'  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,  the Well-known farmers' agents  address 701-703,y.; grain exch\nge, winnipeg  A . Tonic Medicine  is a Necessity  ������ -   *  This Season    . .  Dr, .Williams', pink  Pills  Tor PuL*  People' are an all year round tonic,  Moocl-buildei' n/:d* nervo-restorcr.  But  tlioy  uro  especially * va'.r.al-lo  in .tin  spring  when  tho. syrilour- is' loaded  witIV impurities uh a result of tlio, "ii-  door'lifo cf. llie whiter mor.trs. There  Is no other season wliei. tho blood Is  so' much in need of purlfyinK i.ml en-  rlclilni,', and every doso of these pill.*  helps li  mako now, rich, red blood,  In  iho  sprinj; one  feels  weak    and  tired--Dr.  Williams'  Pink rills  rIvo  ; Irenfitli. ' h\ the epriiiR the p.p]ie.t.ite  Is  often  poor-^Dr.    Williams'    PlnU  Pills  develop  lhe  appollle,  lone  tho  Htomach and aid weak dlRestkin.    It  is In tho sprluR tha'. poisons in lho  ���������blood find an  millet    In    disUffui'Ins  pimples,    eruptions    and    bolls���������Dr,  Williams'  Pink  Pills  Hpoedlly  clear  the skin because lho;* ro lo thn root  of (ho troublo In tho blood  sprliiR iniaemla, vheumatlsm, indlRoa  lion, nourulRla, erysipelas and many  other troubles nro most persiston1* bn-  cause of poor, weak hlood, and it Is  al, this  timo when all nauir*** takes  on new life that tho blood most, ser-  iously needs altcnlinti.   Somo pjoplo  dose themselves with pui'Kiitlvos   nt  this   .season,  but   these  only  furthar  weaken    then-Helves,     A    pui'Ratlvo  merely  Riillops  lliroiiRh  the  sysletn,  rmiplyliiR t.ho bowels, hut It does not  euro nr.ythliiR.   On   the   other hand  Dr.    Williams'    Pink    Pills    actually    make now blood which reuehos  every nerve and oi'RUti lit the body,  I'rlriRliiK new  mreiiRth, now    heullli  and vlj-or lo weak, easily tired men.  women and children,   Try Dr, Will-  Ittinii*     Pink   Pills  this spriDK���������tlioy  will not dlsaiip'olnl you.  Sold by nit medicine doalorn or  sent bv innII at fiO rents a. box or rIx  boxes for J2.50 by Tlio Ur. WIlliuniH'  Medlclno Co,, nroekvllle, Ont.  "I am sorry tc learn your mr.lher Is  11!," snid the Kympiiflili'lHK leiiclier to  the little rIi*1 who ha.l como In late.  "Is she sick ulicil?"  "Nni nulle," replied flio truthful  clilld.  'She's  Jum  sick  u-boih. --l'iii-  CHRO   Tlillllil''.  Practical  It,   was   durliiR  a   performaucti   of  "Faust", iu n provincial  town. After  tho duel, Martha,, who rushed in nt  Uio hour, of tho crowd, raised Valentino's head and held lilm in her arms  duriiiR tlio first, part, ol' tho scene, und  oxcliilmml    in    ovidoul  alarm,    "Oh,  whnt shall l do'.''  For a, -nonier.t. there wnc a ileirtli-  In.. I*101 llko stlllenss ln  the  lioufie,  when  a  voice I'i'on, the Riillery suddenly call-  o.l out, "Unbutton liis weskll."  To, Cure  a Cold  In One  Day  Tnko LAXATIVK  IWOMO QUININK  EMI  LEG  LOSSES SURELY PREVENTES  1 CutUr't Dlnekltg Pllll.    I.������*r>  imIci-iI, fresh, itillnlilc vrefnrrcJ liy  Wn*  .nstcrii Btoukmm liBcmi-Ki they ur*.  twit   viher*   other   vaoolnei   lelt.  , V/rlio for booklet end timllniniilalt.  10--loin pUg������. Dlaekleg Pllll SI.00  HO.ddU pkil. Dlieklig Pllll   4,00 .  TIim any Injivlor, Imt Cutter'* tii-A  Tlm mipnrtnrUr or Ciittnr iirodiictj Is dun tu over ll  yuan ot sikwIhIIjIiik Id vieeinii ������nd iirumi only,  I milt on Cutter'!.   Tf unotiUlntuln. onler illwl, -  TIIE CUTTER  LABOIUTOnY, Dirkeliy, CHIIcml*.  Tnblet-t   nniBUlH-H rel'und monry IC It  Ul������ ������������������ '������ 11U(-^ ��������������� *��������� ������t("'������ ������l������Kk, ,������  falls to cure.   \i, W. illtOVK'S siRun-l������"������������������������  SO  ilcBrccu,  so  U   can  only  bi  t.ro Is on each bo::.   2Bp. use< yl or    defensive    puriioBOH    am   whilst, beliiR pursued, Tlio llnors nl  rtood  milk,   and u sprinkling!  of surfnr if you lila-  Post  Toasties '  ���������3o!d by Grocers.  Canadian Pn.-uiu* ('ire.d Co. Ltd,  V.*.Ld..ui, On'..  Masculine Iflnomnce  A yoiins luily had just been Klimvn  llirouRli a Riirto' factory.  "TU.-ivi'-.s!" she ("-olalmed;  "nliu-ty  million pairs in one year1. I don't tree  where they all ro to.  "Noltliei   do I," replied lhe yoiuiR  man,     color.iiR   sllulilly. ��������� London  Weekly TeleRrnpi..  ���������JllW���������'���������'     -������������������������������������i'w   The Buloijinnn���������TIiIh Is a splojidld  lif-nlth luiJil. i t.ia a;... uve you the  chlli'.i-n-. will cry fox It,  Mth. Ki'lnK-rf--Tln*-ti if won't do jn  jniy Jioiibc. M> ehihliL'ii <ry enoueli u������*  il is.      Settled  Howard���������I hciri'i your dauKhlor U  jrolnR to marry an KtiRliMt i*.oliU*man.  I- |t nil HcUUvll  Coward-Ves:  every cent Bho had.  A M-tkeshlft  Modest Hultb'.*���������I am RoIvr lo uuir-  ry your ulator, Jimmy, hul. I know I  am nol. Rood enouRh for lior.  Ciiiidlrt I.lttlb urotijor���������TIiuI'h what  sho siiyy. hut mamma's been tellltiR  her she can't do any bettor.    ���������  "Papa, you remember I lio pretty  liifle plant V hud In my window."'  "Yes,  dear,"   replied  tlio  parent.  "You know. I lifted to hIur to It  every niornliiR."  "Yes."  "Well It's dead.'"  "Then  I doti'i  wonder."  The Wilson Line, in conjunction  wll,h tho Admiralty, .un equipping  several ol' their liners with 4.8-lncli  (lulck-llrlnR Runs, Tho 11 nor Francisco cni'i'iea u ciiilik-flrcr ' for the  lirst timo In her stern. In each crt'in  of  lm  n'A  all  run between Hull nnd New York, und  carry Ri'aln and food cni'ROCS, tins,  Idea boln*.; tlmi, riiiis would *uo iis'r*:  ful for proleclloii from small nttaek-  iiiK craft.  ��������� Mlnnrd'a  etc,  Llnlrr.ent   Cures    Burnt,  ���������nisliltil Visitor do Mrs, McTavlsli,  who linn been complalnlnR abou'. her  liUHbund'o hizUmss)���������-Uut. I've nlwnyn  tmdoi'slood Ihat youv's wan n inoiK1"  husbnud,   '  Mrs. MoTiwlHh���������Ho he is, mlns, but  not a wrkina model,  A BRONCHIAL COUGH, PERHAPS WEAK THROAT  USE "CATARRH0Z0NE"--DE.4D SURE CURE  Wonderful      Succcbb    Reported     In  Thousands of Bad Canes  Mow many thousands are tliero  who would Rl'ully nny an;.' muii \v> ii  cured of bronet.ltls or catnrrti. Ivlnny  could he cured if Hny would Jlut use  common bcubo lu selecting llielr  remedy.  BronchltlH of eourne Is -in Inilam-  mat Inn of *l'c bronchial tubes which  were made for the -p-iwa-jo nt itlr  alone, and neither tho inohluro of nn  utomlzcr-nor the iiuulil of a eontsh  syrup cau Rr'l where the trouble rea'.-  ly is. The tllienroO parti' can ot.ly ba  reached lij a remedy that can Torre  Its way throiiRh all the brcntliltiR -nr-  1,'ans. TVieiors who have nsrrt "Cat-  nrrliozoue" hay It It. the on!;.* r*ttioaal  luvc i"o i- hrnnohltln. It mi res by i: ���������  I halation. ���������   ������  You breathe In its '.\onlhig balsams.  Inlmlo itu soothlni,' antiBoptlu vapor  atid reliof iu Immediate.  Wimple to ubo, dollRhtful and plw ���������"  unt���������jiolliliiR crtmpurcs with Cutu'n*h������  u/.oiie wimr'u in um i:\t\-ts ������i tliv; ���������.-!.%)���������  for all bronchial and' throat trouble*.  Mr. II, D. McLr.uRtilan, tho well-  known'representative of Parks' ami  lllackwell, Toronto, fiays: "I hav*  ���������Mod f.latnrrliozono for yonri nml,cau  honestly auy It Ih the only remotl/  thnt rellevefl inr> from a painful attack of Ilronclilnl (Vnt'-'li, . Th:; Inhaler for Cntavihozone Is nlwtiy,'.-) In  my pocUoi nud I simply couldn't Ru-t  iilbnR without I',, I (Irmly ���������bc3lev������  **'Htpir1i'"i*"������MH' I*- n wiiiiiir.riil 'rem-  edj*." - ���������;'  l.arRe i-i/e .'.tr.'l * ,it r,.t.- 'two  montli*-' iuo, U-* ;-nr'I'd 4'i un: miiull  sl'/.e. fide; >-',i.i|i|" or f- ! w '���������'<(!.  *r*oIil    by   it ���������:'.������'������ .   ft -i ���������    ,i  ' ���������  **%M -.-1  ���������* r'-Al  vttp news. cnMnvw:,KirD; <w%&  ' ���������.   \ \ vAr *.        "'  - 11    *y-  Cy'n  ��������� si  )������������������>  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Nine timej in lerj when the liver U right the  Homach and bowcU nre right.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  gsntly but fiimly compel a lazy liver to  do its duty  Cures Con-  utipntion  Indigeio  tion,  Sick  Headache, and Diitreis after, Eating*.  Small Pill, Small Doie, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature '  Passing of Old Clipper Ship  The Pacific .^ocean lias said {���������rood-  bye at last to" the'good-old "clipper  ship" of days goueby. They have  practically disuppeurcd from "the face  of the western seas. The trade statistics from Hongkong, . the greatest seaport on the other sido of the  globe from us,* return just one sailing  ship .entered for 1912, sole survivor  of thnt mighty argosy ,of a hulf-cen-  lliry ago. This lone, ship,,lhe Comet,  of the Stun'tUml Oil Company's lleol,  is the last of a considerable' number  employed betweeu the United States  and the' far east.' And now she goes  to the new (lei-mtin owners "for use  ln the South American waters In tho  nitrate trade.  . .        ,  Tho sailing ship trade In the Pacific Illustrates Its' decline all ovor  Iho world.,' As Into as 187G' sailing  ships comprised one-fourth of the entries- into Hongkong, 088 vessels, or  L'3 per cent, of,Die total entries, being recorded, for the port that year.  In ISSU tho number of entries of sailing ships declined lo 288,. or only ti.7  per cent, of the total entries "of-vessels of European type. In 1806 the  entries further decreased to 100, or  2 per'cent, of the total entries of. such  ships, lu I90(i only J4 sailing ships  were, rulered, amounting to two-  tenths of l per cent, of the world. In  1911 three sailing s|ilp arrivals were  noted, constituting- seventeen one-  hundredths . of '.t per cent., and'at  last l.ho minimum was reached"  Their discontinuance, "even, for' cargo of the cheapest trade, in which  time., Is no .element, has becomo an  economic neer-ssily. Chinese junks,  Including some vessels under foreign  Hags, arc the only sailing vessels now  seen In this, ono,of the greatest, porl.i  of the world, aud oven thd'sc are being affected by power vessels in the  shape of. the motorcdrivon , launches  and boats. -,   ,'  0 The United Slates still has ihe  largest, (loot of sailing vessels of .100  tons and over of any nation, according J.o. Lloyd's Register for 1912-1:',  but "the tonnage of registered sailing  vessels, which covers those engaged  in the foreign and whaling trades,  amounted to only' 312,"������95, as compared with 2,510,020 tons'in 18(51, the rcc'  onl year. - The decline,in tne foreign  Irado is evidenced by the fact that in  the fiscal year ending June 110, 1912,  slightly over 4 per cent, of the .tonnage" entering ports of the United  States from foreign countries represented sailing vessels, whilo in 1884  stioh'shlps made'up more than 42.por  cent, of llie total entries.  A  Rtal Liver  Simulation  IG0LD WATCH FREE.!  A ������lr������)|lit[otwtnl ftnaroni  flffnr Irom tn wtabllihsd  linu, TYj art ilriim iw������j  Wttcltoitto t!iouisti<I������ nl  lunula ill ovor th*  worlil. ������������������ % him  t'n.tlssmoiit. Now  U your obinad to  obttln oik.' Writ*  now, onnlotlsif M  ranti lor ono of our  luliluoalila LhJIji'  tinu' (iuirila,', or  Clonu' Allvrti, aent  mrrhot rrilil to w������r  nlili tlio *wtc'i, which  wlll lio. -rifoii I'tra  (UiMii vntctiei uro  taarsntwil lira jrcirjl,  nlionlil yon t-iko ml,  lanUuo ol our marval-  loin altar, V'������ signet roil lo tall your Irlcndi  nbout ui mil tlmyr llipm tha liaautllnl tutti.  Don! think till" offir ton vnoil til In truo, Imt tmul  SO etnta Uidtir ami pain a Froo Wtteh. Vou  will ha ai-iWeil-Wll.M.Uia * X.l,0\V>, Wlio'ma'o  Joivollani ((Just.U8i, W, Coiuwallli llcul, Unil-iu, N.,  Emloui).  _,..._._,,, ���������������a  So Kind to Them  He was undeniably from far beyond tho suburbs; and as he'-was-  walking, along a city street he stopped in front, of the lire engine house  nnd looked In.  "Have many tires in town?'' he  askod. "  . ... *     , ��������� \   -.  I'Ycs-.-.wc havo thorn 'pretty ofion,"  replied the fireman/'  "Ever try to see how quick you-can  hitch, up'.'"  .   "Oh, yoe." ,,    "  At that moment an alarm came in.  At the first, stroke ot the gong tho  nun rushed to .their, posts, tlio doors  of the stalls opened and within a fow  seconds men, horses.and engine wore  speeding down the street..  Tho young man" watched the proceedings, with admiration.  ."Well!"', he exclaimed, when spobch  returned. "Tliero ain't many, places  whore they'd go lo all'thai, troublo to  show a si ranger what, lliov can do.*.'  \  Ends Neuralgia)^  Brings Relief Instantly  No  .   A  was  ing ,  ���������      A Consistent Course  Now  "Yo'-k    .railroad    president  wviling to an.,underling l-cga'.'d-  n ,ma!ter of improvement the  ���������other, mar. wished to,- inaugurate without, loss of timer, but of which the  ���������president���������did���������not���������paiitlculticl-y���������ap^  prove.  "Dear    r.lank"���������he    wrote���������."Don't  do anything until yen see* me.-  . "P.S.--Thcn  don't  do -anything!"  After 10 Years of Asthma Dr. \l. D.,  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy prov-.il the  only relief i'or one grateful user, and  this is Intl. one cure among "many.  Little w u.d<*r���������.Uiat it has now become  the on? recognized remedy on' tha  market. It has eurned Us fam.) by  its' never' falling effectiveness.' It-Ij  earning it. today, as it has'doue for  yoars. .it Is. the, greiltcsi. asthma  specific' within the reach' of suffering  humanity.    " ; y ,  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED BY MILLIONS  OF MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  ti nmlivl 'mircii sun in "tn-N nowV 'inn* iimiii.i.'rs'  M.Tl'Ml tiwu KIDNI'.V, III.AIIDKH, M'.IIVOI S l)ISK.-.til>,  I'lll'CINir. Wltl,l(KK!.S,IM.r|.Kl.,hKINI'lll,l>TIONr,,|i|l,hh,  M-rilc Inr FREE 1*1,(1*111 IKII'MIl MI'.'IH'AI. llouit 1)11  Uli-i.r. ,IIiii.j<(.i, ||||,|   VVIINIH'.III'I.'I, l.|ll||.:l ofli-ctfil  |,/  TH C NEW PltKNOH REMEDY. KM N������'i N..I  THISRAPIONSMJ  11.' i-. ni-.Wfjr wll'.i il\t"i .iltiiii*..r    M,', .LitI-'>- Pf|f*lt  . Nii'lu'lri'v uii'rliiMil.iia, Nuolilliinilons, On, I.kGi.i;*')  Mni (*.l),llA\,l,IIHIIJi:l( III),II (VII'*,II',MI UlMDIIN.I'M,  Ml.  MSI   III  ''It'll, I.   IKI'll.M'mN  V.ll.l. t,U������k  lull,  . Many Inventions  There appears- 16, be'agrremv'.iH In  Some' quarters that the ton- g.-oalost  Inve;ifIons of the last fwov.ty.-flve  years are the electric furnace, the  Btctim lui'hine.' tho' gnsollno automobile, motion pictures, lhe aeroplane,  wlrehiss telegraphy, the' Induction  coll, the llnolype, electric welding  and the cyanide process, of gold extraction, It would seem from (his  thai the lime has arrived for safety  razor users to organize,  Piles Cured in 6 to 1*1, Days  Druggists  rorur.il   money    It    PAHO  OINT.MKNT falls    to    cure    Itching,  llllnd,  Weeding or  Protr'iidlng I'lhs.  First application gives relief,    GOc.  HERBALIST  l''lv*' dollars -Tii'trputePR delivery by  registered post Alver's Tlireu llourii'  Tnpo Worm Itomedy, Never full'*.  I'aink'BH. Write Alvcr, Til) I filler-  buoriin street, Toronto, Onl.  PATEDTS    ���������  I'l'ilierHionhuugh & Co., head office,  King si reel  cast, Toronto, Oiiuada.  ,   Hi������  Sense  of   Fitness  .Iiidm* (lo man a.rented for drunk-  eiiiiosH)--Wli.'.l  i:t your  Inislnens','  I'l'lHonei'���������-Proof  reiKier,   your  honor.  ,liirtgn-"Ali!     I'll  send   you   to  the  housi- of correction. .  Thomas C. Logan, of Philadelphia,  In Homotlmes pessitnlsllii about-things  In goiiornl and always particular  about what he cuts.' Ono day ho  went Inlo a restaurant and aft.ii*  Hcnnning lhe menu, said to the waiter;  "I s-'ce here you have some calf's  heart."  "Ytai, sir," agreed' tho 'waller.  "Well, how about Hint?" pursued  Logan, "Is* ll teiulcr''"'  "Yes, tiir," the wailer nspured lilm.  "Then, ordered Logan, "bring II. In  me, If there Is lu this world such a  thing nu a lender heart, I want ll,"  --The Popular Magazlitu,  A Warning  A colored man, on trial for life In  ii remold Tennessee town, who asked  by tho judge if lio hat', anything lo  say, whereupon ho replied:  . "All l has to :.~y Is this, judge,  If you hangs tne,' you hang-, the best  cook In Tpnnessoe."  SHE HAS THE VERY  BEST OF REASONS  WHY   THIS   MANITOBA,LADY   RECOMMENDS DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILL-  Mrs.   '   Bourbonierre       Had       Many  , Troubles, rll of'v'hloh' Were Caused  by Sick K'dneys, and She' pound a  Simple   and  Complete  Cure.  St. Rose' du Lac, Manitoba.���������  ('SpecialJ*���������Mrs.. ;'D, J. .Bourbonierre,  an cstimablo li'.'dy of this.placo, is  losing no opportunity' to pra'se  Dodd's' Kidney Pills to her .friends.  And- ghc'lias a reason. Hero It is in  her own words.  "I suffered very much' from my  kidneys," Mrs. Bourbonl-rro says.* "I  was tired and uervous, 'my appotito  .was uncertain aud my. memo-;- was  failing. I laid heart fltttterings. my  back, was sore and I was. troubled  with headaches."- 'Rheumatism w.s,  finally added to>* my suffer  was in a had way indeed  "I tried one medicine,..but .its'jpd  nn no "good, u:icn. theii I was atlvjsed  to try Dodd's Kidney .Pills. I'f-'arn  very  glad  that  l did,  for new' After  rings and h  "      ������������������'l.^f  taking four boxes/" am r-. v/?ll woman  again."'; ' ' '���������%.,  Dodd's Kidney -Pillr- r.u.'ed ' M.rs.  nourbor.iei-rc because all'he .troubles  came from'* sick, Kidneys.' Sick. Kid-  uys^cuti.niji,~(.iu���������v-iicii ��������������� Oi iv^ol^-..-i i am-  ing tlie impurities out of the blood,  and the result is'sickness, depression  and lassitude all over the body. Dodd's  Kidney Pills cured t.ho'Kidneys;' the  purified blood did the rest.  ,   _ He Knew  A -certain politician; joking at his  repeated .unsuccessful, attempts to get  litto office, remarked,'"!.shall so'on'bo  in llie* position of a certain" i;-"tmy,  who was passing ''irough p. town  where a ball was bolng hold. ..lie  walked'up "Hie steps of the hotel  whore, it was" being held and .was  'promptly kit-fad. to the. bottom by.'.he  door-keoper, - *'lIo again' walked, to  the lop," and was asiilii kicked down.  Several  limes this' occurro*,1,  "Al, last the man,'ijickln.*-., himself-  up after a,-particularly hurried' extt,  murmurod,",'r know .what It Is; thoy  can't.1 deceive;mc;', thoso.people ,don't  want   m'e * at ''that" ball.'"���������Hxeluinge"  SUFFERED 20 YEARS  With,  Kidney Trouble,  Cured  by  Gin  -, plllfi  Mr. Dai.iel V, Prase- of Bridgovlllo,  N.:J��������� says about GIN 1'ILLS; "Por  twenty"years I have been troubled  with Kidney and Hluddor ' Disease,  nnd have been treated by many doctors lint, found little rollo;. I had given  UP nil hope of gelling envoi when I  tried (UN PILLS. Now, I can nay  with a happy heart, that I nm cured  after using only four boxos of (11.N  PILLS." r-Oc. a box, (i for $2.50.  '...implo free liy you wrlto National  Drug & Ol'vMtiical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto,  Work horses itl hard lttbov in nnlcr  'thai their weight, may bo,maintained,  should receive from one und one-ll.l'th  to one nnd one-third pounds of grain  and from tno to one atr.l one-fourth  pounds of hay,'per ono Iiundred  pounds of, llvo weight, per day. The  grain shduld be fed in otjunl feeds  three limes a dny, nnd one-half of llie  liny given at night.  Remedy Like Old "Nerviline" to  Cure Pain or Soreness  That terrible ache���������how you fairly  '���������eel. with it���������that stabbing, burning  ndirnlgia���������'what' misery it causes.  Never mind, you don't have to suffer  ������������������use.Nerviline, it'-.:' a sure cure. Nat  an experiment,, because ire.rly torty  years of wonderful success has made  a. name for Net-vlPine among the people of many ("IiTereut "nations "Thero  Isnolhi'';; speller to etui, Neuralgi ���������  headache than old-lime ���������Nerviline,' "  writes My. tl. C. Dalglelsh. from l-'v-  anston, "It is so powerful and penetrating tlmt it scorns to eat up "aiiy  pain In u minute. ,\fy family couldn't  get along without Nerviline, We always keep the 50c. family size Lottie  handy on the shelf, ;md use it to end  chest colds, sore lliroat, coughs, earache, toothache and pain in the back,  My wife swears by Nervilin-. For  cramps im effect iii astoni-ihing and  wo believe ii, is better and speedier  than any other household family remedy."  i t*%  Blacksm'tlts  Hzw>  r.o  Easy '.";.*������k  The ox is'* largely ns?. Portugal  as a transport ..animal, 'ami is.shrid  in 'the same mii.i-eer as a liorso. or  mule, except that'ilie vcloveu'ln if of  !jc ox tio(vSi*ltait-- .tho" use of two  shoes, in the firm of si'mi-plr-ulur  plates, 0on each. foot. To thu -tourist  tlie sight Is ;i strange one, for owin;;  to the ability o." the ox to ailiuiiiisier  a very swift and,powerful kick, exua-  ordiiirirv. pree.tiilions ar** iulnpte.1 to  protoet the blaeksmliji wlu'lt. performing the up'-ration. A ponderous wooden frame lh provided, from wliloh the  ox is tMispenik;.!! by int'in' : of simps  over rollers-^y^ncc lu position mid  lioistedpCioai-^oi' tlm grontitl, there Is-  no opportunity for movo'iiont m'il  the curious job of farriery has d-h-ii  compleU'ii.  * ('I  it  i ^1  ,-r\  feels better when Liver ind  Cows-la are normal. Keep  your* tone'd op witl������>  died  place  *   .in-  irom  ���������'dward  LouUe���������Slie  'clover.  Laura���������Dear  It wns wheal.  fays hor- ln^liam". is ia  me    I nl ways rhoiigii:'  Effer-A  v������sceni  Ancestor  Worship  in   England  Thomas Whitehead for many years  town  clov".  at. nurtoiijon-Ti-ent  recently and hje executors "will  c:\  his  lombstone  the  followin  script Ion:  .'.'Tltirty-sevetilh    in    deser'tit  King ���������'Alfred the Great..  "Thirty-sixth8:i'(iiu   Kiuntil o Hldor'. "  "   '  "Thirty-fifth from King A'thelstan. *  "Thirty-fourth from Guv. erirl of  Warwick.  ' /'Thirfe.e^h from Ermehild, sister of  Loofi-ie', earl of Jlercia and l-iu'.; Go-  diva, his wife, better known as Ladv  Gorliva of Co.yontry. ��������� a'���������  "Ninth from Joan, sister of.'.Villiani  Shakespeare of Stratford-on-Avon, the  celebrated dramatist." .��������� -<  How proud will Alfred the. Great  and thq, Shakespeare family be when,  with tlieir spiritual eyes they r:e that  tombstone and reflect-tliat their commingling blood growing richer through  tho ages, finally producod Thomas  Whitehead,, for many -years town  clerk ������t,...Bu'rton-on-Trenl.���������New York-  lOvening' Sun.  rasping-  a" com-  Piironf-r-What  is- your   reason" for  wishing, to marry my daughter.  -  young Man���������I have-no reason, sir;'  J am in love.  * There in nothing rcpuhiv-.- in Miller's Wirrnt Powders, nnt'-they are in  pleasant, to take an sugar, so that few  ehlloreu will -.wi'use them. In soin.*.  oases?, they canst vomii.'ng through  their action in an unsound stomach,  1 r.i Mils is only a miinifostatic i of  their cleansing- power, uo ;1i!dis.*.lion  thai, lliey are hurtful. Tlioy, can be  thoroughly dapnndod upoii t(. clear  all worms from  tlie- jj-stom.'  Young Albert was a practical youth  nnd everything that 'he loarne.d , nt  school he cndeav;orod to apply to his  daily lire, and work.  The lad' had recently bo jo mo very  friendly with a little boy who had  lately moved lo thnt*vicinity and ono  afternoon.his mother asked him If his  little pLiymate was' an only child.  Whereupon Albert looked 'very -wiss  and iiiii.iiphanlr." _, ' .  "He's got just one sister," ho said.  "He tried to catch nio'when he,told  me he had two half sisters,, bul I  guess I know enough about, I'ractir.ns  for that."���������Harper's Magazine. ������������������  . 25c  and   60c   at  all ".Diuggists  a,...  Stores.    T-d'.c Abbey .Vita Tablsts for,  Sick   Nerves.  _b������  ���������tic.  Neirjhlr.orlines-!  Maid���������!'\e   c.-m-.'   u<    -,'?'(���������  ma'am.   ���������  Mislress ���������liideed".'   '  Maid���������And   would   you   givi*   ujo   a.  good lei'trrcnce  ina'aui'.'  I'm goitig  to  Mrs. ,loues. ncr'oss the slroet.   ������  Misiress-~T.hc   lie^t,   in   Uw'-*.world,  Maggie.  I  hate (hat..woman.  Minard's  where.  Liniirinc   for. sale   tvsry-  A beginner at golf was playing his  lirst game,-and his'.opponent ,was  struggling'-with his emotions , as he-  watched the attempts to hii the ball.  Put be was unable to repress a* smilu  when he overheard his caddie remark  lo his -rronfrera:   ��������� ,  ."Hill, if lie was a-plnyln' wiv new-.  laid.eggs, his golf wouldn't cost hiui  much, would it?"  /'.  " "'"     -  Hoarat'?  Denny-  -What      is     th  sound?   '  ,  llenuy-  -Thai's   Grey   III  plaint."  When Hopp'rig Mad  MTearning  Na WeomlJ iTleTn-lfi *rtg g'"51 IT^VTiaT  do yoti'c'ill it'when >.tr strike at the  ball and ���������'miss V   -     ,       ��������������� .   '  Badger���������Well,, that, depends largely on the qualit;' of your vocabulary.  The population of Ireland has been  almost halved In seventy-five years.-  NaDni-ColaxaHveS:  :' are different in that.they  . do   not   gripe,  purge ,iior  cause   nausea,;' nor  does  continued use lessen their  ''���������effectiveness.,,   You can.'  always   depend  on   thcui.-  25c a box at your ,  '��������� Druggist's..   173  Natloml Drug ami Chemloal Co.  oi Canada, limited.  v A Good Corn'Shelter  Roots out any iii ml of acrirn, hard..  soft or bleeding; cures, il without  pain,.acts at night while you sleep���������  its name is ."iil.ifim's Painless Cora,  lOxli-iictoi',' the only painless remedy  that acts in twenty-four hours, Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart i;,x-  tnvlor Is sure and-safe, price 25  cents.  A   Milder   Term  [.'   A* complaint   wns   brought.  I Ihe. Hisho'i ,of  lixclor  that a  boforo  elorgy-  "    How Could F-? ,,.   "''���������"*  Rtfrnl  Visitor���������'N'ow,  .wouldn't  y< 1  ,'je bctt-ir off wot-k'rrg on a farm'.'"-*  r\Iuleniioj*"���������"Mebl)or ' so; ������������������ but, hovr  tho divil did* I wo.*'rk or.'a farm and  live in :Cev* Yot-C'"    ' . "fJ.JJj*-  nian in l'.is' Jioccse was weavltig'--,an  Oxford master's hood when., in fact  ho had no-such degree.  ��������� ' I call it, my lord,"* said the complainant, ������������������"wearing a lie cm -his lr������.clc.'  "We '.iced *.iot use so ��������������������������� strong a  term." replied the-bishop. "Wc '.vill  ca'.l  it  a  false  hood."���������Telegraph;  When Utile'. Elsie came tlowii to  lior'breakfast she was so-'hoarse that  she-could scarce!",' speak:  "What's? the iui'U,:cr,;.dcar?" asked  hor mother,  "Oh," was Hie reply.. "I've Just got  a sore  voice."   *  QMluVIy stop' tfaiich'*, ���������������*"**"' nMtf  th-- thr.'.-.c anJ luntjc,       ������      u  "All nggrcHHlvo mlnorily rr.ce.-edetl  tu ��������� snowing that, lho Lmle Xtivyius  do not repi'i'sful Ilio hulk of public  opinion."���������Dully  IC.mii'ohh.  Tl Ih. of t'OUi'si*'. alwajH lhe aggro**,-  nl\n minority wl Ich really repiVHentfi  llu-- luilli  nf iiul-IV iHilnlnn.  and  h������������U  9S csnti.  A Treat for ,,Wer  "Hii|i|in;?lug I gave you your sup-  pur,". Hitlil the llred-jooklug woman,  "wlutl v-ill ynu do to earn If'.'"    ,.  "Minium," snid A}e:;iidmiug Mike,  "I'll glvo you.'de o|ipoi*tuiilty o'.' hocIii'  11" iiiuii g<>.t,.'ron a whole meal wll'out  iiiiulii   limit  \i\i  a miikii' 1 in*;,"  Tl c woman th'nu'nhi for a momer.l  nnd  then told  ' Im lo crime    In au I  she'd set the tulile.    '  Italli'oadrt of (he United Slates annually coiifuiuio more Uitiii two mil-  Hon tu'ven liniii!rnl thoityauO . j-.llo s  nf ���������w'iier for xu*h mile,  Try   Murine   Eye    Remedy  V, you iiiwjo U*stl;"iVc.tk, V.'nterjr Eyj*  or lironumtefj Eyelid*.   DoeBti't Smafl  r  r-ftr ST.' iVoirla do*--* lor All Kyj������ ������Mt Nuad c.wo I  ,������4oi'.'.-.o Kvi l\Oi3Jidi/ Co,, Cblcajo  W. N. U. 099  Orvlllc Wright ;,t a illnnev In ' id  honor lu New ��������� ork lulkcil ��������� bout ihv  ui.-ii i-11-mil .ui.)iiM,ii,iuv��������� ..iii., 1������ iit.v,  t, ttko 'fid miles un lioui.  'They're very I'iihI," kiiUI Y.rlghl,  shftklng hiu I. .id, "hul they're--"  'Tiihi .Inde.-il," liitenupltd 11 y.miifj  millionaire. "Mr. Wrlghi Is thern  anylhlng on earlh Pirn* mafhlne-i  eni't  nvrr'alw'!"  "Yih," mild S.rlghl, w th'a ���������,'rowii,  "there'i- one ihlui* tlioy ran't mor-  tiil.-i', nml'ihut'14 tlic'r own "uniting ev-  PPII*PH,"  "  Mliiiird'K Llnlmen'; Co.  (lenlU'inon:--1 hud my leg badly  hurt, the pnln wiih very severe and 11  lurgu Kwulllng f'iimo above the Uiu-'C,  I expected it would lie HCflous���������I  vuhlied it with MINARH'S LLNI-  MIONT, which stopped lho pain and  reduced the (-twoUing very tiuickly,  I cannot spenk loo highly of MIX-  AIID'H   I.LNIMKNT.  AMOS T.���������SMITH.  i'i.11  iiui.il ,?'���������..ml.  -,.,-..���������        It        !  '������������������>'   'fv    .'���������  "Will  I  have to pay ciihIi  Tor this  moHHiigt",*"  "Pay In advance, fir."  "\\'li\.   llitn't   f|','    ll-ll.'MMill    ini'i<?S!l"f'li  i'o mi llcUV"--flrillliiiore Anicilciin,  Crnwforl���������Uow do yhu fuel ..when  fomebody tells you Hint 10 do a certain thin**; iHii't proper'.'  ('I'libshnw*���������Peel .lui-t. Hid.' doing li.  "And so yoiM' next door nelgbbo.-,  .win   Kuy,   is  11   1 ciil   phllitntliropUtV"  "Vou bo������ ,t'������ l������," vnlil tho font-  muter, enthtiHliiHti.rally. "Why, It.'  bought tt������n dolliir.H' worth of ll.nvcr  ncodn 'or my chicken.) la������t  Bprlu***,"  "It hcem*' Hlriiiige Ihnl lm could  plunder a great, corporation like that  lor  years  without  being found  out."  "Well, you see, the .corporation  was pretty but'}' Itself."-- Chicago  .Journal.  Itlt��������� What wmld ymj do If you  won-  wor.li  ������  mllllfin  d ilhii-H?  !������!*<������������������ The lav iisscH.-or, If 1 could.  ���������Plillatl'Mjililn  Ledger.  "Your Medicine Helped  When Doctors Failed"  Mrs. Edwin Martin, Aycr's Cliff, Que,, wrilea:-  "Before ! began taking Nerve Food I was in a terrible  condition, dizzy spells came over me, utTd I would  fall lo the floor, and I could not aa much as aweep 'the floor without fainting iinles.** ihey  took mc out in the air. Now I can wash and work a lot, and your Medicine helped me  when the Doctors failed.    1 felt as though it was a God-send lo me.  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.   ,-      > ;,!y ti r a licero* to taku unci
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*���'���   ..-.1 *.! u.tK.. ���wo-.t  of  llu*  Quiil'ioum
i .ih vtiler will lio ilivi rt-il at 'J900"
,',*.o;,r.  trom  iftilway awl will bo uu"d
'��� - j.;.".lira! railway pu puses ou tho Und
��� .*,i'-: Hid ns Hailwuy Right of Wny.   Thi*
���hM;*;. ��a-i posted on the* pi-ouiicl on   tho
.-���; ������.���;.' of Ayrsl. 181S.     Thu applicati-in
��.���*.'   . .. filed in tho Otiice uf the \*V*t<-r Kt-
��� .- 'j^.- nt Victoria, B. 0.    Objocuouu may
' ���-;.'.��.t with tho wiicl Water Ueconlor nr
- .'-. the Oompti-ollur of "Water UightB,
;',:r*..;-u';iit HllilcU'iy.N, Yioti'rii. li. C.
IK TUKCulMY  U>! tf.1.01-'
IN THK" MATTER of Sarah alienor Tyson dooeased, iutostato,
IN THE MATTEL of the "Oftl-
cial Administrators Act.'*
TAKE NOTICK that by ordor
of. His    Honor   Judge ' llnrlc^r,
mndo tlio 5th dny   of   November,
1913, I was appointed  Adminis-
-v*,-,-v/*!**,Tn^ trator of tho Estate of tho abovo-
JN'O 1 lVX* 'mentioned (W.coased, and  all  pur-
ties having   claims   against   the
paid estate an1 hereby  required to
furnish same,   properly  verified,
to mo on'or  before  lhe 13th day
December, 1013.    AND all   parties indebted to said   estate,   are
required to pay   the   amount  of
their indebtedness  to   me . forthwith.
Dated this llth day of November, 1913.
Ofiicial Administrator,
Cumberland, B. C��
r'vriUK ia hereby (riven (hat Esqili-
a.n *. A Nau-'inio Kail way, of Victoria,
B.O .v'il'ipi'ly for a'lui'-nuo to talte and
iw :' ;,000gnll'in9 jut 21 liniirs, of water
ui .Sandy rrctk, whiuh llows iu & nor-
klierty ���- ji nctiou ilu-i-tigh Jfo.vcastja Difl-
4rnst nml LiiipliDs into Di-op Buy, noar
^���Hitvi'I Crfiok" Tho wit*-* will Uo divor
Uil <ti '2I50-* i-p treain from Railway nud
W.i! ho vided for Geurral Kttlwiy purposes
on tlie html ikfioi ibed as Railway Kight of
V/.iy. This D'-tioc wis pi-ated on the
.ground.on tho 3rd d y nf April> 1813.
'j.'*.'.a upijl''oaTi7!U~wjll~Wfti��d"iu"the���ciiieo
-v i-i*. Water Iliicortlt-r- atYictorh, B._C
��� >,i-������,''11.118 nviy bo filed w'tb the snid
VVm-.-:-.Hocovdoi-ur with tho Uomptiollfir
. i'  'iV.it-..- 1'i^lUs,   [*4i-Iiau.out Jluiltliugs,
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J".-v.:U!.:-l.:-��I.*f A a AVAIUO RAILWAY
" It, R. BB&SLEY
���my >
Mugan deeeused, intestate, who
. idied al  Cumberland, J>. C.   on
June 25th 1913.
IN THE MATTER of the  '-Official Administrators Act.*'
TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor Jndgo Barker,
made the 5th day of November,
1913, [ was appointed Administrator of the Estate of tho above-
mentioned deceased, and all parties having claims against the
said estate are hereby required to
furnish same, properly verified,
to mo on or before, the 13th of December, 1913. AND &\\ parties
indebted to said ��stato, aro re-
qnired to pay~the ainenTit"Df"ti>eir
indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated this llth day of November, 1913.
Oilicial Administrator;
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Cumberland, B. C.
NOtlUl' in horeby ujivon that LVjui-
niftlt *.*��� Nuu-iimo Utiilway oi Victoria,
li C.will hppl-y (ornlioo-K-'i to tn'io nml
ute 100*,0O0Bidi��nii pcrSi hour-, o( water
out* ���*? Hindoo Cittik, which iiowB in a
Lvrllierly Ui motion ItivoMgh N'*!soii Uis-
itict nnd Mnpti'ifi into Bji-jiiio Sound auar
Tr nblu )\"tv.t, 'Ilio vTitur wiU bo divct1 d
irt 110'.)"mmtruiiii> friiini Rulway mul v-.ll bo
lUHil fov tisiiornl Kn'ilwny pnrpo*.ea on ilio
\mA iloiicribud n�� mil way riybt ol wny'lhia
��nu'cv woh pcwtml on ili-u (���royind on tbo
Dril d.iy of April, HH3. Thn aiiplicution
wi,l Ihi liliid iu iu�� o-ffiiv of tbo Wider
R i-orilur, Vietgrii>, B.C. Oi-iuotimis intvy
Vu tiled with tiiia said WuUr Uotonlof or
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IN   TIIK    M.VITKU OV   Juhn
Hniillvula^kntiV/'n an Johnftmylh
dece'i-jisJ, in'win Ie.   "��)m i^ii-ii ��t
'lU'iil J-jliH.rt on .inly 6, klVta.
]S THK MATrBll ol tl��*-OUtalal
AdminwiratDji- Ae.i"'
TAKIiSOrruiCUiiU h,v   order of j
Hi-* Honor .lud^e J'ntrker^ mr.df'
tboolb vi.-y y>l  ^avianUr, 1C?13-
j .IM ajrj'i'in*'"!    Ad'-tiJntfl|tni,lor f
it-'llie li-tati- ""*   \ho  uVuvn-W'tft
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having cJh-vm^ i>i;.��in t Ik*   ai1
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IN THK MATTER of Daniel 0'.
Ooniijlljalso known ss Daniel
John O'Connell, deceased, intos-
latp^ho died ttt Capo Cominor-
ell, Hnpeit .Districton January
INT HE MATTER of the "Official
Adminidtratws Aci."'
TAKB NOTICE ibut F.y o:durof
HiB Honor Judge Harkiu, iiiiul.,
ihe5lbdny of Novembar, '7'C', '���
was nppointed Adiaiiiv.'*,v;\ior oi
the Kelt-ile of tlie- ;thov���.:.*!���������'ii/i.-i.''.'
dueeastdr ivntS nii jnir'/.-.j "'iiwin*.-'
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fiE C UM B E BLAND JS E W S '/"  THE NEWS. CTO-rBEKT.AND, B. C  Hunting With I  IP  was  : There Was Other. Game Than'!  the Partridges.       .J  ..*  '        ��������� ������������������������  ������- y -*  ' **  ��������� *    > ***  %������-    By   l_ ITT ELL   M'CLURG, .      X  >> .... -*'-<?  Dorothy .yyiiftjit sportswoman from  tlio ti|) of her dainly pumps to tbo lop  'of her aristocratic hctul.    Never had  Owen Complou met a girl iu whom  .so   mnny   dolis'lilt'iil   qualities   were  blended.'  Thai; dashing creature Uuown us "lhe  athletic girP ho. cordially disliked,  holding'Unit young women were in-  tended primarily for oozy corners.  .So when Introduced lo Dorothy he  felt sure he would not like her a bit.\  Handsome she undoubtedly, wns, and  ���������lticeuly, tooi but with her queenlluess  Dorothy was vivacioiisness itself. Sho  could ride wiih'the skill ofsa cowboy  the wildest pony Ihat ever leaped a[  fence. Sho could shoot-like an expert  ���������ind row like a university oursiu'nn.  And after galloping gayly over the,  fields on one of ber-papa's most dangerous young horses" she -would come-  fnto the drawing .room find, with sympathetic loud), play ii'score of old  'time melodies surcharged wilh-scnti.-  iiient, '    ' ' .    .  Heforc mauy moons Owen discovered that with all.her athletic propensities Dorothy -was as tender matured  ���������md us warm hearted as any girlyvlio  breathed the ozone. ���������  ��������� The result was Inevitable.  Therefore,,when Dorothy looked up  from the piano, a .coquettish light iu  Iici* dark eyes, and asked, "Owen, when  .���������tre'yoij coming out to shoot partridges  with "mc'*" Owen replied thnt next  morning*'would find him ready with  cartridges and gun. ...  Ho appeared by sunup, and Dorothy  wns awaiting htin'willi ber own favorite seller' and her own brightly polished little shotgun. In huuiiiig boots,  short skirt and a brown jacket, whose  large collar, fell back over her shoulders, disclosing her* round, while  llironr, she was a veritable vision of  (lie forest. ��������� ���������      *���������"���������   ��������� .  ''As I live,  but you do look stun-.  nlng!"  was  Owen's  comment;  as  ho  gave her a  rapid survey.    "Another  Diana ready for the hunt, but whether  it lie liirds or.hearts it's, hard nlo say!"  She laughed merrily.  "The former, of course, sir!" she Ae-  "clared. "AT"cveniug^vith*~mobtil"igbJt"  setting, you know, is llie proper time  ��������� for wounding hearts.    This, morning  In the bright sunshine partridges are  to be our only consideration.    Please  remember this!'*     -���������- * -;  "Agreed'1," he said, his eyes flashing  hack the' challenge."   "Let's strike oti������'  Look, your dog Is just crazy lo be  off!"  Then down the long slope they went  nnd out iuto lho ileitis. Tho autumn  sun was a dull, ��������� golden disk that  seemed lo cast its color over.the leaves  and the ruddy fruit*. As they mado  their way throughrjin orchard Owen  slopped'and, throwing it stick up into  (lie boughs, brought down several flue  tipples.  With evident relish Dorothy set her  sharp (colli into one'of tho largest of  these, The'appeal of (ho picture was  too much for Owen, and ho began to  qnolo. something abon'l- I lio drowsy  winds (hat fanned "a heart ripe as the  apple's grown In orchard lands of long  ago."  She slopped him with ii disapproving glaw-e. "Do ypu remember what  wo .started out to do?" she asked.  "Yes, to shool birds, not lo talk sen.  11 mont,"  She nodded, and lliey pushed out  Inlo the open Holds again. Tho seller,  n hundred yards ahead, was nlrondy  standing a covey.of partridges, They  hurried up close.  "Heady';'* ho asked, raising his gun.  "llently," she answered. "Ymi tnko  llioso on tlio left; I'll look after tlmm*  Unit (ly up on (ho right."  liiirr-biiiT-biiiT, and a dozen pa::-  (ridges rose obliquely arid milled over  (lie Ileitis.  Hang, bang, spoke Dorothy's gun.  Ilinig, hang, echoed his.  Two birds dropped, one In lino of  Owen's lire, lho oilier over lo tho right,  "Honors are even!" cried Dorothy.  1 "It's a lilt nnd a miss for each of in*."  Ho Hpi'iiiig forward, and as Ilio dog  Ill-ought np tho (loud birds he dropped  Hioiii Into Iho nude he oari'led. Suddenly a hundred feet In front of lilm u  pi'iilililgo thai; had becomo m-pn rated  from tho others van out of tlio grass  i.iid Ihitleral oft' toward a chimp of  hushes on the hillside.  Ho lifted IiIh gun lo his shoulder and  pulled both (riggers, but tlm bird continued lu Its (light. Then behind hint  Unshed Doroih.v'H gun, aud the par-  irldgo dropped liko a Hpent rocket.  *.** tho "timo ninmiMir n ������hnrp. stltiE*-  liu** pain ran Ihrough Owen's left hand.  Instinctively ho jerked it up. H wuh  covered with blood,  His fuco gicw pale, for lie thought  that !a good pull, of thu leaden load  had struck him. Ho raised his arm,  Mid the blood ran down ni a tiny iiv-  tilet ovor IiIh wrist. With his right  Imnd lio reached for his handkerchief  (o slop tho crimson (low. ITo wiih enn.  tclc-iis that tho g'rl was running np lo  blm.  "rtoml lir-nvons!" nho caf-ped, her faco  whlto, ns chalk at sho nn\v (ho hlood.  "l'vo shot you, dweii!"  "I'm afraid you lniv*?," ho said, "hut  not ficilotmly, 1 rum**."  Io o second licr bund had hold of the  handkerchief   nnd   she  away the blood.  "Oh, it's not very serious!'' slit  breathed joyfully. "Look, it's only a  deep, red scar now. A stray shot ha**  grazed lho hack of your hand. That is,  all, thank-goodness!".  Ho looked closer and saw that what  sho, said was true.  "But it must bo bandaged at ouce."  she nflirmed in deeply, sympathetic  tones. "Wo must get to some water.  Come, there's a little spring just over  the hill." ���������      .       ���������'  Hurriedly she. tied a knot iu the  handkerchief, aud they wont over the  ridge iu tho direction indicated., Otice  at tho spring shevbecame alert. Removing tho handkerchief from Owen's  hand, she soaked it in lho water and  then bathed the wound thoroughly.,  Tho hlood liad ceased to flow, iind  thero was liltlo jwin. In fact, the cool  wator and the pressure of her hands  wero decidedly pleasant.  Then sho wrung the water out of the  liatidkerchlef and lied It neatly a round  his lingers. "Now, when wo get to the,  house a little antiseptic and .a now  bandage will complete tho operation,''  6liosald.  . The strain over, she sank down  weakly on one of tho largo 'stones near  the stream. In a second ho was all  apprehension. ' '    ���������  "Why, what's ihe matter, Dorothy?",  lio askod. "Positively you look ill!"  ! "Oh. it's nothing," she replied brokenly. "Only l'hiso very, very glad  you were not badly hurt. 'J'Jie reaction has made me a llltlo weak, that's  all."   And she smiled again bravely.  "My dear Dorothy,',' he said, taking  both her hands in his uniujured ono.  "maybe it is more, serious thnn you  think." , .'  "Oh," no, it can't bo dangerous!" .she  exclaimed in sudden alarm. "Tlie  bleeding has stopped, hasn't it'*'*  '.'Oh, my hand's nil right," ho replied-,  "but 1 fear that's not .the only wound  you've indicted."  Sudden terror shone in her eyes.  '"Ob, Owen, dear, surely no other shot,  struck you? Tell' uie���������tell me lliey  didn't!'.'  Sho was quivering with apprehension. ' ' *  "Well, 1 don't kuow .whether it was  a bullet or not," bc answered! "but I  feel that I have been struck, and fa tally-right .here!" - And he put his uninjured hand over his left side and smiled  at Dorothy signilicantly.  . Sho caught his meaning on the instant. ; '      -   " '     .  "Are you sure, Owen, thai: the shot  struck" home'.'" she queried encouragingly. .- *.���������.,  ..  "Dead sure of it; my dear girl," he  answered.   . -       .  "And what are yon going to do about  it?". >    .     ,  ���������  r,TlJcfe's"^ly~*oire"ninirg^~can~ilo;'**  ho said���������"ask you to try Id heal tho  heart -wound as you did, the oilier.  Will' you, dear?"  But there .was no verbal reply���������none  was needed. *      -   -.-���������-.���������{��������������������������� - -��������������������������� ��������� ��������� ���������'-   -...  "So it was hearts, after all, thai my  modern Diana went hunting for?" he  isUed ou his way home.  "It looks that way," she said, laughing up at him.  wiping |       ALBANIA'S ROYALTIES.     /"j tiE WHO LAUGHS LAST, ETC.  Squalor   nnd Decay   of SThclr   New  Kesidcucc.  Recently Prince William,of Wied,  (he new ruler of Albania, landed at  Durazzo and received un enthusiastic welcome from crowds of his new  subjects, Although probably doubtful of his-reception, ho could not  fail to ho irnpi-essod with'bis first  view .of his future capital and residence,, whatever may be his later  sensations. ���������  J. D'urazzo seen, from lho Adriatic  makes an imposing appearance. Tho  town'lies- on an island connected,  with the mainland., by two narrow  strips, of roadway across marshes  and swamps.' An old castle crowns  the highest poinl of the island's  ridge of rocks, while clustering  around this ancient huildln-r* covering the descent aro closely packed  plaster. , and stone walled houses  with heavy'tiled roofs which glisten  iu tho southern sun and the clear,  bright air of the Adriatic coast.  ,_, A nearer approach will not. prove  so prepossessing, for tho. old castle  that is to be turned into a .royal palace is very old and is fast crumbling  into ruins. It. has been used partly  as a barracks and partly as a,court  of Justice and no repairs ever eeem  to have ikon made on it since tho  day it was turned over lo the Turks  by the original builders. The townspeople have been at work for weeks  trying, to'prepare tho place, for the  reception ot their future ruler, but  they have' directed their attention  chiefly lo au attempt to clear the old,  pile of tho infesting swarm of rals  and other'vermin, ���������  The prince and his consort will  have, lo face the task of making the  place habitable according to western  ideas. To work on they will have  great halls and rooms Into which tbe  sunlight,pours'and a big court which,  can he easily transformed wiih the  Albanian flora into a beautiful garden. From the windows of I heir  palace they will have oa one sido a  wonderful view over the Albanian  l highlands and on the other of the  picturesque coast and blue waters of  the, Adriatic.  There are* perhaps.,. a thousand  houses lining the, narrow dark  .streets of Durazzo which have been  permitted, llko the old castle, to fall  into a sad stale of decay and grow  dirty and grimy from centuries of  use by man aud beast with practically no cleaning or repairing. ��������� The  more pretentious shops and warehouses serve the'needs of the'mer;  chants,and shippers who handle the  trade of central Albania, bringing to  the town the .wares^of the* outside  world and*carrying. away the products of the interior.     ���������,, ���������  An old khan, the shelter of genor-J-  ations of caravan traders, with low,  projecting .walls and a great open  court for boasts, of burden, is one. of  the largest of the buildings in the  public, square. This square has a  central fountain and rows' of small  Showing  That  We're   Not, Alway*   at  Funny as We Think We Are.  Among the silting passengers was a,  joung follow,of twenty perhaps. He  was with a young'woman, who seemed much impressed by Ills (low"of  slangy humor. Directly In front .of  him stood a somewhat' carelessly dressed young maii, Presently lhe exuhei'-,  anl ono looked up,  "Say," lie'said to (lie. other young  man, "loll th' lady she can have my  Font."  The otherr. young man touched the  woman's arm. and pointed Ho the polite siller. But the latter had his gaze''  fixed on an advertising card and gave  no.heed. The other young.man touched him on the shoulder.  "Why don't you give Ih" lady th'  seal':" he asked.  The sniarty looked up in feigned surprise,  "Why should I give her my seat?"  he mildly asked, "Au" what business  is it of yours?"  The other young man hesitated and  then turned to the woman.  "Lie's changed his mind, ma'am,'* he  said, and tlio woman, her face red, resumed her "hold on the, nearest strap.  The young woman oii (ho.soai. let out  an explosive giggle, but the young man  who was standing, mado no, oonynent.  A lit tie later, however, when the car  wont round'a curve he fell heavily on  lhe cutup, .his shoulder colliding sharply wllh (ho funny lad's prominent nose  and his elbow digging hlni savagely hi  the diaphragm. There were, I ears in  iho culupV, eyes, and he'massaged his  battered nose with a gentle hand.  .  "You done that a-pnrpose," ho spluttered. "I've a good mind lo knock  your block off."  . The oilier youiig man bent down until his face was,offensively near llie  faco of his victim. -  . "You're a great little jokei*,"' he said,  'an', of course, you're only jokin' when  you talk about knockin' off. me block."  He,put his face still closer.' "I'm some-  thhi' of a joker myself," he said, "an'  there are.two more curves on th' road."  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Art Treasures In New York. .  . During- two weeks recently (hero  wero on simultaneous ' exhibition -in  N"c\v, York at different galleries old  masters valued at. more than fj':-lO.OO<>,������  000. Among them wero ton I'm go-  nurds of the J. Plerpont "Morgan collection, considered worth more llian  ���������H.000,000. Three exhibitions, which  comprised only n small part of lhe ait  treasures in the hands of American  collectors, afforded a striking idea of  (lie extent of. the importations of old  musters from Europe dining tho last  few years.  Uncle Sam'6 Marines.  A1������present there arc 10,000 miirlnof-  In active service, hut since 1885 only  M7 have served lotig'enough to rncelvo  a government pension, The ngo of enlistment is between Iwenly-ono and  lliiiiy-livo and tho term four years.  The pay of the piiytito on entering in  flfi a month, which Increases with  service nud - promotion as woll us do-  porlinunt.  hii il di n gs^w hi ch"serve���������f or" "ThTr*'mo s I"  part as offices ..for the transaction of  public business. The one building in  the town with a big smokestack  which gives the impression of a manufacturing .plant-Js..Jhe Government  works for reducing, to salt' the wi'terj-  of the low, swampy land behind the  town. '    ���������       "'  The Turks have eudeavorod at intervals to do something for the town  in tho way of Improvement, but their  efforts have been typically Turkish.  They built a road "around the point  of the harbor and repaired yjme of  the worst, breaks in the harbor walls.  To do this they-drew upon and practically exhausted the wealth of ancient Greek and Roman remains with  which (he town and neighborhood  abounded.  Religion and Cookery. .,,  ' A 'certain',niiiiisicr was greatly disturbed by a'number of women, in his  congregation -who persistently gossiped  iu-a' loud toneJduring.service: One  .Sunday'morning he "executed a plan  which he liad deviscd'-to slop this annoyance.. At a given signal the choii  stopped abruptly.on u certain word in  the middle of a hymn.J .Then oiio'ot  ihe gossips, unable to check herself,  "was heard all oyeiv the church lo say;*  "1 always fry mine in lard." "As we  know." aunounced"t'he'-ininister, "that  _sh e*-aJ w.a ys_������rjes_h ers_.iii-lanl.^vc_will.  proceed with the singing."���������Argonaut  PROBLEMS.IN  MAGNETISM.  Work cf the Carnegie In Charting th������  Erratic Currents.  When lho, Carnegie, the sailing vessel which' circumnavigated the globe  charting the earth's magnetic currents,  returned recently lo New York it had  been awny four years and covered a"  distance of 1W.O00 miles. The scientists of tho Carnegie wished to chart  tho vagaries of tbe magnetic currents  whicli the mariner relies upon! to guide  him*safely across lho pathless seas.  *  There are many things remaining to  be learned about magnetism. Why do  lhe magnetic poles change their location? They havo changed In the course  of the last century in some places as  much as five degrees, and in some  parts of the earth they-may cbnug������  ten degrees in the course of the same  period of time, lt Is necessary for, the  sailor to know the worldwide as well  as the local deviation iii order to determine to what extent his compass  will change In sailing a certain course,  at what points the changes will occur and tho allowance which must be  made iu each case to avoid shipwreck.  The supplying of magnetic charts  and compass data is one of the chief  objects of lho magnetic survey which  lho Carnegie is making, it is expected tliat it will require tli'tcen years to  complete this work, .it is reported  that many errors in existing charts  were found and corrected. The instruments, have been taken lo Washington for tests in order 'that any in:  accuracies in the data may he detected. -Exchange.,  IN ROMANTIC CHAMBLY  OLD VKKXCII   FORT   HAS   SEES  HISTORY" IN THE MAKING.  FIFTEEN   INCH  GUNS.  Tango Ways.  "Don't you want to dance lhe lan-  ..go?" he asked. ' ���������  ������������������)"lndeed,I do," said,'the sweet young  thing. "I want to dnncc-Jt the worst  wiiy."  "Oh, well; you'll have to excuse me.  There are laws against that, you  know,"���������Yonkers Statesman.  4'4't-i'U'i'$m4'4'-m*$-4 -i*;H J- -v *���������*  I PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT. 1  'p   4>  %      Lung Dlnemei and Singing.      '������  **       ' .......    ������������������ >t  '���������>  7,  Lung Dlnemei and Singing.  A nii'dli-al niillioiity avows  thnt tlio 11 mo will soon como  when hinging' wlll ho regarded  na ono of the groat helps to phy-  hIcIiiiih In lung dhir-ast's, mure  | espi-i'lully In llii'lr Incipient  >* hIiito, Almost every branch of  X gymnastics Is oinplnyi'd In one  v way or iinntlier hy tho doctors,  \ hut tlm simple and natural func-  y tlon of singing has not yet re-  % culvert lis full meed of nltenlluu.  '���������'.' In Italy, somo year.'' ago. slnlls-  j> lies were compiled which proved  ������ Mini nlngi-rs wero especially long  |> lived nud licnllhy in nornuil t-lr-  % ciunHinuccs.  $��������� Thiise who have n tendency to <���������>  $i consumption should lake easy %  -j* vocal exercise,**, no mutter how $  % weak thelrvolcosmay spi'inlube, $  j* ihey will [iml a rc-suli a I (inn.*-* **J  far surpassing ituy relief afford- j,  od hy medicine. Vocal pnicllce. *|  In inodenitlon, Is hencllclnl In 4  several wnyn, many ninscles jt  j, inriiin muu^iii, iniu \t.,.y t..������* ���������������  g would scarcely ho suspected, of %  |l> action In connection with so <*>  I simple n mutter as tone produc- %  tlon. Therefore, apart from nil *  art considerations, merely iim ii 1  mnlter of licnllh, one cnu ear- %  nestly any to tho healthy, "tiing %  llmt yon mny remain ro,"./iik1 t**> *(>  & tho weakly, "Sing that yon may 1  v heconio stroii-;." *|  t*4ifr'ri'iyiiii-i % ti-$444 H4 i >  Jerome's Mislnke. , *;  ���������One of the early vicissitudes of Jerome K.. Jerome iih an aclor was (o  he offered his choice of playing the  part of cither a siddler or a donkey  in a pantomime, a real donkey with  four lego, Aflor careful consideration  ho thought the redcoat tho more becoming disguise and chose the part  of the soldier, Apparently ho mado  a mistake, from the point of view of  success, at. all events, for a few days  afterward the manager came lo hlni  and Bald: "You made a great, mh-lakc,  In not, taking the party pr lho donkey,  If would just unit you, and there's  live shillings a week more In it."  He Was Detained.  Little Hobby heard his rather say  ono evening:  "l'flhnw, I wish young Sparks  would no. It's nearly midnight, and  I'd like to lock up the hoime and gel  lo hod, What on oaiih can Sparks  and Mu ho I find lo talk about all these  hours?"  Hobby llploed lo the parlor door,  pot'pod through the keyhole nnd  then, tiptoeing hack lo his fathor,  wnld:  "II Isn't Mr. Sparkfi' fault, pn. lie  citn'l go.   Mabel's Hi11In* on him."  St. I'elcr'M lu Rome.  St. Viter's la cnrtulnly the mont  amazing church In the world, lt it  not beautiful---1 am mitislleiJ ihat no  true artlat would grant that---hut  after you have been all over Kuropc  and have Been the vnrlom* cdld'o  of importance it Hi 111 ntliks In your  inind an astounding���������perhaps the  most tintoiiitdlng of all.- -I'rom Theodore Drelser'n "A Traveler at roily.''  IIIk l-'alr Proposition.  "Are you able to Mippori in)  ddUdhter'.'" a-sU'I Iht <*'d ;,'cnl3'-n.:m.  "You know who haa pretty expensive  tust.es, and I don't mind suylng that  tho hurden has hron pretty hard for  mo at times."  "That's lust (he point." fxrlhlmcd  tho pronp-H'tivo bcncdlcl. "If J nmrry  her wo ran divide tho expense?"  Wing* of (he Hat.  Tho wings of hats are merelj  hands. The flnRnrs nre very long and  joined by a membrnno similar to thai  of a duck's foot, only thinner. 1 lilt  momhrano Is extended up the arm,  alonu tin, body und down io the lest  and tall. Tlm thumb Is icry nhorl  and Its nail It ������*vtende<t to for \ $  hook or claw,  Exactly.  "Johnny," said the Icacher, "who  were the two strongest men of olden  times?" '   .  "Samson and Hercules."  "Can you tell anything about tliem?"  "Oh, yes; Samson was a regular Her-  cnles."���������St: Louis Star.  Britain's    Standard    Naval    Weapons  ' and What They Can Do.  Tho fifteen inch gun, which now be-  coines-lbough for how long no one  knows-the standard weapon of British battleship nrmamonls, is the heaviest weapon now carried or intended  for- carriage in modern fleets, lt  weighs ninety-six tons and (Ires a.shell  of 1,050 pounds, with a miu-zle velocity of 2,055 feet per second, and the  projectile is capable of penetrating  nearly six feet of wrought iron at the  imi/./Je and just over two feet of tough *  'steel at a range of two mites.  Twenty-five years ago three baltle-  ships''" were "built for the navy (Sans  Pureil,. Victoria ' and Beubow) armed  .with two ,10.25-inch 110 toil guns, bul  ;lhcse fired a shell of only 1.S0O pounds,  .while the projectile's of the famous  "Woolwich Infants" ������������������ sixteen -inch  eighty ton muzzle loaders mounted in  the old baltleshipjuflcxiblo, launched  in 1S70���������weighed .100 pounds less.-  - The two battleships which Germany  Is laying down this year will carry tlie  eamo armament as the Queen Klixa-  beth-cightfifteen-iiicli and sixteen six-  inch. The Krupp liflcen inch .gun,  however, fires a shell ot only" 1,075Vi  pounds, so that they will be considerably inferior., in weight of'broadside  to the British ships of the 1012 program.���������London Leader.  you  Sho Couldn't Resist.  "Did you give your age when  registered, Mrs. l.ongphin?"  1 "Certainly.   Why shouldn't I?"  "1 thought there might, not havo been  room.for it on tho lino allolloil to you."  -Chicago Record-Horn Id.  Another Exciting Gsme.  Friend���������What were your sensation?  In the wreck?  Victim���������Just lhe same as In foot  hall. Three coaches passed over nu-  and (hen the doctors ennie.���������l'hlladol  ))hIn Lodger.  Unfair Deri.  Stockholm's Telephones.  There aro in Stockholm about SO.00O  telephone subscribers for a population  of a little over IJ'iO.OOO, or one for every  four and a half Inhabitants. .Traction!-  ly speaking, there Js not a person in  Stockholm who has not tho telephone  or who cannot ho reached hy 11. The  telephone exists not only in nearly  every house and every shop, even (he  huni'lilest. but in most houses on every  floor nnd-in .hotels and pensions in  every room in the establishment; In  tho principal streets and thorough fares  there are telephone kiosks ..which any  passer by can enter and use by dropping a penny in the slot.  Placing the Minor Planets.  The discovery of minor plnnels slill  rops on apace. During lhe year ended  June "0, mill, slxty-sovcn of these  bodies were given provisional numbers, though live of theso subsequently  proved lo ho old members of the asteroid family. Of the remainder, nineteen were discovered at Heidelberg,  seven ut Johannesburg, nine at Neil-  chiitel, eleven, at Slinels, three al Vicuna and thirteen at Winchester. All  minor planets from No. 1 to 727 have  wow been named.  I likely-Would .urn Hid Imlwon $.Vi  SI'l|i|ie-\o, 1 wouldn't.  llikoly-Why imlV  Sklppe~Why, I owe .the cuss !"���������!(>.  It would ho just llko giving II Id hlni.  -Washington Slur.  It Win- Coming to Him.  "Ili'iio,   ^lu-.i'i      \*iin.ii;   <iiu   i"n   i,y't  Uli.l   )'.'H'l-   f'.VC?"  "Why, 0"(1 rally's just hack from hit  hnneymonn, an' '(was nio advised him  I' get ivinrrloil."���������Hnstftii Transcript.  i '..ri. .1 p,..������.;������.  lloggy ��������� I thought you'd forgiven  Vlint I said nml promised to forget 111  Peggy-Hut t didn't promise (o lei  you forgot I'd forgiven it.-Chlcngo  News,  The Acid T������it.  "lis* he nny Inli-nlV"  "He's n genius. Hij'h l-M-n In thr-M  .'mane Ht-jiums ���������lr-pn<lj*."-.N'-*!������* York  l-rtM.  Nuw Moving Picture F.ffects.  rnwarful arc lights ci'inblned wiih  newly designed moving pic!uro apparatus are used In one of the London  thealers 1o produce somo wonderful  cflVcls, The characters are m-imi In  life size, moving about without the tn-o  cr any visible screen, ho Unit lliey up-  ���������icur io act upon a real thealer kcciio,  which Is lighted, as W ciiHtoniary lu  KUi'h cascH. This ri'inail-nble result is  bi'iinglit nbout hy oplii'iil I'omliliiiitloiiH,  which have as yot not been made pub-  lie. __  Adrlanoplo Poatatje Sta-npt.  The Turkish goveiiiiin.'iit recently  took nn unusual way tu iCleluatt! its  I'cli'iitloti of (he ancient city ot Adrian-  (i)ili', lho object of ho much desperntc  ilgliilug and bitter controversy during  the I In I If ii r. win-. If 'issued ii special  jirrJcs of throe postage Ktainp*-, each of  ,i-i     I ll        .,  - ,. 1   ii ( ,1,.i i ,- ���������,.,!,-.'���������   ���������������.1  I. .t.K ti    ..  .. ������-    I *.'.      ���������������...., .iv..,        .      # ....  ii '*','���������(nre of Iho fiininiiH mn=qnn of  Hollm II. The slumps were used only  one mouth and mily In the Turkish empire  Ancient Citadel,. That Overlooks  <"humbly    Basin,   Twenty ..Miles  . I-S'om Montreal, Was Built In  1605 When Ln Salle Slatted on  His lOxploiations���������Has Jiccn Base  -of Supplies on Several Occasions.  In one,of the letters that Jacques  Carlier. wrotejiome in 1535- he referred to the Valley of Ohambly as .  the most beautiful, fertile and romantic that anyone could wish lo  seo. lie referred to the Isle of Orleans as the Isle of Bacchus, owing  to the luxuriant,growth .of grapes  there.,  If Cliambly was romantic In. 1535,  what must it be to-day, with three  hundred and seventy-nine years of a  nation's rise and dominance huddling  on Us hack? says Margaret. Uell in  The Toronto Globe.  What stories il could tell of tem-  postuotiB   times   when   the   French  Hag flew ovor Canada, and all France  suffered under the sway of Catherine  of Navarre?    Stories of the.meeting ���������  of Cartier with the Iroquois and the  opening of the great trade in furs.  And  of a later   day,   when   Cham-  plain, with his new allies, the Algon-  quins, .was obliged to carry'his boat''  above the rapids of Charnbly Basin  before proceeding to the lake whico.  later was to bear his name:    Tern-    '  pestuous   limes   indeed!      But,  the  waters of Cliambly BaBtn laved the  shores just the same as they do*today.     Only   there   were   no   private  piers   built   from    private    gardens  fragrant with rose and lilac bushes.  Rather wore   there   darts   whizzing  about and arrowheads ot flint.    To-   '  day the motorist, blase in prosperity,  is obliged  to stop and ask:    What  mean's   the    crumbling   stono   fort  which stands up from the Basin some -  twenty   odd   miles   from  Montreal?  The  Tri-oolor  and  the  Union  Jack'  fly side hy side, and the fort gives.  evidence of the days when the same  two flags were not so friendly. .  Evidence of warfare and strife, of  bloodshed and tortuous limes. For  the stones which once made the fort  worthy of the name arc beginning to  fall away and leave "great gaps. Fort  Cliambly was built round about 1665,  when La Salle,undertook to explore  the Ohio and Illinois rivers. Many  things happened during the,, two  years he,was away on his trip of exploration. Many things whicli caus-'  ed him to explain on his return that  "that -was the unhappiest spot, in  Canada." Cliambly; from its very  situation, was bound to play a trump  or two in the making of history.  From tho lime when painted hands  of savages stole along tho Richelieu, ancl the French,, bent on con-  oue-*l, received the same- savage  rribes-LorrLallies; from the days when  Burgoyne., led his valiant English  troops against" the, citizens of. New-  En gland ��������� Trom those turbulant  times until to-day, when tourists invade the luxuriant Valley ot Cliambly. tbe quicl-looking village has  been adding round after round to  complete the cycle of history.  Cliambly was only one of a line of  forts built from Sorel to Lake Cham-  plain for,points of defence. They  wero. called the key to Canada from  the New England side', for lhe route  of the Now Englanders was from  the Hudson lo Lake (Jcorge by way v  of portage. From George lo. Lake  Champlain, from there to the Richelieu, and on to Sorel.  Although these forts had no part  in the actual war���������actual fighting  might he more exact���������still It ' was  through them that the lighting could  take place, They wen* the. troop  despaichon', Hie lavders of supplies  for lho troops, the general lookouts  across the' great Held of battle.  At (he time of Vaudrcull, the  great blunderer; Bigot,, the chief ot  the corrupt, and Montcalm, the gentleman and soldier, Cliambly writhed  nt the war raging all around. When  (he great Montcalm and the' great  Wolfe, . conquered and conqueror,  gave up their lives sifter seven mln-;  uli'i*' actual warfare, Cliambly, the  hallowed spot which now ,' stands'  pensive and Iranquil, had had Its  Hhare in the horror or defeat. Then  It was that it came under tho sway  of a n*.'\v power,  On June 1, 1777. the head nf that  new power In Canada periionnlly  paid a vlf-it to' lho troops stationed  Unrc. Sir tiny Carlelon's nar.ie still  ri'tiiiilns on a bit of parchment In Ihe  I old Tort, A now power usually In-  1 (roilui'i-s reform.*".  '     l-Viiu* yenrs after that Juno ("hsun-  1 bly was rebuilt und  made stronger.  j An   eminent   engineer   and   t:oldlor  ' rami* over with   ten   thousand H-i'S-  : iiiuii   troops.    These  brave  lleasltins  knew they might   never   return   to  : their  lionu1*-, for  ihey were  unlllng  Into ii revolution.    They  never did  I rut urn.    And ihey did   not   din "Ic-  lorloun.    Their   brave   leader,   ltie-  AoM, was obliged   to  surrender  nt ,  I the battle of Saratoga.  Morn warfare. New leaders, Lord  '.Durham Inspected the fort, found  new recrulih and added morn tup-  pll'is*. The Americans were wily,  ruul hi'Uiouchl theniselvcH how they  could gain greater knowledge of  Canadian locutions. 'Ihey invili-tl  the French to Join them ngainiit the  Hngllnh, Hut the French, nlwuy*-  loyal, treaied llm Invllntlnn nn an  Insult. This, probably more than  anything clf-m, welded lhe frli-ndhhlp  of tho French people. The war of  lKl'j needs no comment, litu Lug-  Ji.iJ. itt.A Vn lit); m ���������> -'-.-ly lc f;;.').t  together agulni't the foe which had  crept In from the south. Crept In  by the -waterway route, of which  (lhumbly was one of the forts.  The  I'ltpliii'iit)  rebellion  of   1KT.7,  Uie   >'MiT   "llK-   1ii'-)*'������'-i'������d   V>mVi> lu   v.i<i.i������  to uio throne, and tho Fenian raids,  twenty-nine years 1ftU;r, iiiurtd activity in the fort. But lhe peaceful  jear's of later llnu-H hn*i" mude   the  iii  Si  i si  ll  -ti  !*���������  Switzerland and lit Army.  Kvi.'ii llltlo .SwltKcilniid Is crying out] Wie  ftg.iln*-t the Inerensliig cost of tho mill-  tnry arm of government.   The total  cstlmntwl rnvenuo of HwltJirrlnnd foi  UM I Is $20,000,000. The total citlmat-!(for" the' rondo������.*mis for loutlsu*. hh������  ed eipendlturo of lho government l������ j torlant*, and everyone lnt*>rrr.leil In  f21,OVi,'/l0.    By ft"* ������'i*f* hotvlt.it item ; th* n-*"** *������nun'ry railed ''iinr.ilrt,  of erpondlturo li the nrmy, which rnlli i  .������������������-  for ,t0.!.V).O0O   Trnrtc. Industry nnd ng Mo,M "-''������������������"���������'J ���������  rloulturo mil for J:i.:i7W>j0 ������nfl tbl; l������������in������;*-> uM-iapcM.ior- I������'*������������������������;^������;  iiAn,* AMU* fft������ *1 ���������>'>���������*,f������V) ty-two inrli.H of rainfall a ,v<*ar and  kome otlKf for iv.u,wio. *,       M of ��������� ,��������� foMr or ,*.,��������� ,*-or.:h-������. THE NEWS, CUMBER! AKDiBPd^^^  : J4������=t3-ti;^'itt-E-^.������*Vir=-rt'*Ti-.---*i^  . SALE-- OF   ���������-.-  ��������� '    ,      *   -of- "     '  Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains  ("'���������irtruw Net, rogulnr 6Cc '. now 'ioc por yd  ��������� '.,.'���������',hi   Net, regular 40c  ."now 30c per yd  Curtain Muslin,   lingular   30o now 20c per yd  Certain Muslin, .regular  25c now i?c pur yd  A i',oncl line of Lace Ot*r.tain.s in  Kern  and While.  ���������   iny from "iir oo to ������5,00 per pair,,at 1-311! off  rang-  Hr".*!  ���������li  l~> "��������� il    * "���������" A f ^  J  I lie ��������� Ihurmture. Store  a -1*'  u-c-IHook, A. IfoKIITOON     Cumberland  *���������*-**.*���������������'*'* a .:  *r������j.-\P*-*-OWV������  NOTJCI*  01:*  TAKK  :'-ii'i r.i-1  ) v 1)! .--.-u) i.\: T1 on ��������� ^W^'^^^^^y^^^^������^^^������  Gleaninq  ARTNKKS1U  NOTH'K  *- *  I     MAROCCHJ BROS    "'  GROCFRS '..'&   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF      ,  .CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS*  ,*   Agents for Pilsener lirewing Company's BKKR  Wholesale Dealer^ in all"Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  THE CANADIAN BANK  ;    O-F COMMERCE;  SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O..LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General MnhnRcr  ��������� ^mg^^^^^^^i%������f^^  C������i  ;'. L   Uv 0  CJ. N -1  as.-asr^L:^;'.*":  that ��������� me i  and  hi-,)   i ie ve i '���������!<> it   existing  ii^'wc-j-i it'-!- nndei.���������-!:.-nco a>,-osvn-  ���������*.;.-* run! i-i\>--riuiors ol 'he* '���������('um-  i.e'.'and l.iv'.-ry Stables.' . and  io iu-i'wi-'.', '.'a', ikrd on l*y liiem at  ���������C'n:iii)*.*i-i.tn..i. I'.. ('*.. has t-eeil dis-  il'i.-url tl-<- .-1:11110 ".vill now be  Kiikhiide, a?  AH  duo "' in  oil, and lhe  r-;i: riod (.11 1);.' j'- J .  ���������rile ii a l-L-r and   propriet n,  ���������tie bis line  .'.ec. nin������.  u-i'iiur n.M" iK-t.-diip, must be paid  to J. J. Is.i:"i-:bi*-i'ic, and all debt**-.  .,14.litis: tiio .".nine, will be paid by  J   J    Kaikbriile.  . D.ucd at t'nmtn-rland. 13. C.,  in:*- 2nd day uf July, 19*4-  "   . .   ' " J.J. 1'OTTKK  J.J.   KlKKilKIOK.  1 v  Repairing  .o  Mr*.  .Ii'itkins,   Propiurtur  Qentlomeii's  Suits 'Clennocl and He  paired.   Ladies' Work a Specialty ,  "Lot"Mo T)yo. For You." ,  -    SHOP AT No. 8 MINE  i&vi:@������@/i*'t^  CHURCH   NOTICE'  sniMKItSn-lKMl.-lX  Tr-iins will, arrive at. Cmnhe.r-  11: ii fn tn 1'iiion Hny at 8"-:3i) on  rfiics'iJny, Thi-iS'lay i"d riainniny  <' v *.* 11 i; 1 ��������� > i>;- -iiIiTr"\friTie!iviQTn^ltntMn~  il i\* -Wednesday  y 1 llui in'nrninV, nnA  .1. o 30 hi the , eve  >i < elru 1 j.;"'.'. in  .n 'li., dale.  md   Fii'd.-iy at*7  "ii   iSatuvday  iiinj!-. Tliero    is  lie  Cowii'lnm  i  I  1  . I  '   1*  I  ���������1  t  I  1  1  'I  (.10 TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  'Vou vui;it  Gcni Blacksmithing  ��������� AND--  Horseshoeing  Third'St.       Ciuiihiii-Iaija'  ''All to por Is to lho con'niry,"  iitys Frank Partington, "lho Unit-  * tl Mine Workc-B of Anvrieu will  nm iittcmpt loe'capenny reFpon-  i-ibiliiy, nnd, if riicuniPiances justi-  f.-iluiirtloini" so, wil! continue to  lin.Micp 1 lie flrikc on Vancouver  M-md indefinitely " 13veil Far  j in-.'ton hns fiillen lo lho uuo of  ������������������Ifs."*-Niinainio Humid.  G timber I ancl & Court-  -���������j'-ayOra'ngeLodges.also  Woy-.il Rlack Knights ot  Cumberland will hold a  ijp.jikolPlcNic at Royston  H a ch. on Monday, July  "��������� "J h whero *��������� peeches &  ���������' pcrts will bo carried  o r. A FREE TRAIN  will Icj?vg the Depot at  0 30 a. m-  "C'hicki-n iliu-vos nyo ���������^���������.rLtiny;  i 1 ���������]> i' w I'k in jjomi .sh j c* it  N iiinint). iii; nop-* unit so 11 it  o: UiL-in will ov\ a bioast bone  --tcl: ���������"id-'-u- y ������ in tlu*ir tliroat.  - - -   ���������-���������*���������*���������    1 lnvrv I'm!- n-.'-iiii is painting  ti,^ dn.'p s'ci'iit* ibr lhe new opera  Im-'.-u-.  Commencing-on Sunday, July  lgih, the con-Tregations of Grace  iMeth'idist Church, and St George'-*  Presbyterian Church, will worship  together for two months. For the  first month lhe services* will be  heldin.the Mc ho list Church, conducted by The Rev. Mr. Elliot,.during    which   month   Rov.   James  ������ '1 o  Hood will be on vacation; for the  second month the, services will he  held in- the Presbyterian Church,  conducted by-the Rev. James Hood  ,d u ri .n g-_adi i_ch_mo r)_th_R e v ��������� Elliot  CAPITAL, $15,000,000    RESERVE FIB, $13,500,000  ' J FOREIGN j BUSINESS . ' ';  ��������� This Bank offers unsurpassed facilities to. thoso doing- business with  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for tho purchase and sale of  Stcrlin.**; and other Foreign cxch.'ing'c, drafts and Cable Transfers, ancl  for the financing' of imports and exports of merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHI rr, Mniingcr  R Good Bottle of Pilsener*  With your clinnermakes you eot better, sleep  better,   feel   better.  !,     PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD.  ;ilso distributers for U.H.Cand   Newliic Beers. Nanaimo* -  !fi!!!!|ii!!il!iil*l!>i;!IH!!ll!i:;i!!!ilW  '6  TRY  THE  i  I?  I'm*    your   Sundae,  Sodas,  liro   Cream,  and    Goufeclionery  KIUFIT, (JIG A US," TOr.ACCOS  t.i  Willie"  ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������<������ ������0������  List of June  Promotions  '[C"VinTiyeTlirrrd"PiviTltc~S"chocTl]-���������  The folio wins**;* names   are   not  will be on vacation . It is earnestly honed that these Union Services  will be productive of much'good in placed in order of meiit. Par-  the community; and bring the en Is need uot be .surprised if the  good folk of the respective churches into a much closer bond of  Christian fellowship and service.  Hours oi service 11a. in. and 7 p.  m.   Everybody Welcome !  The above is us it should bc, and  will help lo'bring about church  union aa far as Cumberland i8 concerned.  Dr. 1). Ii. Kerr, dentist, will  bc in Cumberland July 15 to 25.  Appoint incuts may bc made before arrival   al   Peacey's   Drug  Store,  Tlie. Court of Appeal at  ���������Victoria unanimously decided  the Hindu appeal imd upheld  the validity of the steps the  immigration officials took in  preventing the landing of the  Komagata Maru pa.-,.-,c:ngcr.s.  The test case., which the  Court of Appeal gave a decision on was that   of. Mushi  bingh,  ���������<>.���������  An Australian woman was  i fi.-r Kin}-; (rcoi'.r'* v.'��������� i) two  < ���������.'.> icv'Milly.    \\ lio \\;> .'tl he a  R* IJo Jix'.'ph Cha'uin -l.-iin,  t. . ���������<.*!ii-!'.M t Ihi' uh sl.t i"mail,  ������^;d,.i.i S^wi'ou -uu July 2*'<l-  I*  Rev. I Jr. Svmoi'ds. of Mon-  tre; 11 dechues it is violating  the principles of fair piny io  har the men ol India. It is  all very well for, the reverend gentleman to talk, but  he doesn't have to come into  competition with them for his  daily bread, and he is not Iiv-  int*; in "\Vhite"Un'iish Colum-  bin. But we think that the  I lindii'.' Iv*.*'1'- a*-! mnrl-i if not a  butter right of entry into this  country than J.'tpanese or Chinese, they being 13riti:*h  sub-  jV.^i.'*!,  -    "���������-'    'UN��������� -.  Mrs. Andrew McKnight'.tnd  daughter arrived in unvn on  Tuesday evening, 'ayu\ arc the  guesis of Mr. ;md Mrs. Thos.  1 lorbtirs.  Mr. I'rtxl J arret, of Welling  ton, is in town. He has ie-  cently disjiosed ('(his business,  % iapmcr.-ii.-t Motel.  names of their children attend  ing school do not appear. Actual promotion from one reader  to another, only, arc given; pro  motions from a junior to a'stmior  class in.the same readers are not  included���������except'iu the case of  pupils promo'ed into cu'iancc  class.  Piomoted io Enhance Class--  Katie IJai'dcsoiK-, Maiul Creech,  Joseph Dallos, Albert Jones,  Margaret l.iddcll, Peter . Mar,  ���������Mary Picke'ti, Nellie Pirozzini,  David Stevenson, William Cliff"  ord, Janet Haviuan, lui ward  Palmer, Dan Stewart, Caihuinc  Walker, Hannah Abbott, Rachel  Cunlifle, Robert Cessford, Mar  garct Cessford, Ida Mcl-'adycu.  Duncan McXiven, Laura Uob  ertsou. Jessie Stephenson. Dei-  tram Wikock, Sadie Davis.  Promoted from Intermediate  to Seu'or Grade.  Valentine Dalbv,  Katie  Sea-  ������  vardn, Sian'ey Motuice, Mary  llouu. Victoria ll-^no, Alfred Mc  Niven, Mary 'robaeeo,, William  Marsh, (ilndys Parks, Maisie  Pieiey, Janet Potter, (-ieor^c  Rol.i'itsou, Lois Peacey, M.ir*;i!\  .Mord)'. Jean Potter. iMiiIt-y Me  Kiuiion, KiK'cn Ihiijd. J-.iseph  Dauionte, Myrtle McKellan.  Piomoted from Junior, to Intermediate Grade [LSecond Render io Third Reader.)  Geiiev'k-vi* Mt-i-'adyen, I'dith  lM-aucioli, lvdith  Whyie, Donald  \\ tu,-iuii. .w.ul.U'ki     iVi'./'.V'.l,    I/l','  day tid^eir., Agiieh llaiid,   .Juiui  l'iU}?s, Joe I'ickctti, Kdvvard Sc-  arle, Andrew Mali,   Kdith I.oek"  trd. N'iviau Aspesv, Kdith Hare  ra, Mileen Segrave.  Promoted   tioni   First Reader  o Second Reader.  Perry Davis, James Wilcock,  Kt-uchi Doi, Nuljorn Abe, Ji",<-k  I Wood   Wood  . Wood  ������  ������  (������������������)  ������  13)  ������  ������  ������  r������"i  ������  ������  ������-  Now is* the. time to place  your  order   for    SPAB  'WOOD  ������2,50. . . })er doiiblo load  I'linn The ,  Star Livery Stables  .1 (s)  ' (SJ  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ip  ������  ������  ������  V^.)������������������������������������������������������^ ������@������������������������(A  EttaMIood. l^dhh Hood, Kam  eo Magie, Katie Bono. Margaret  Chapman, Caroline Pollard, Har  old Jones, Christina .ATcKimiWT  Mary Liddie, Wong Luck,-Rita  Rosetta, lulith Palmer, Howard  Carey,, P>ealtrice Mitchell, Nita  Ftiggans..Cecil l?raser, Krnie Mc  Donald,' Douglas Sutheilaij-J.  Promoted from I'irst Pniner  to Second Primer;,,  T.ily iMaefarlane, lyiuuja Mni*  alio, Colina Demonte, \Voug  lice, John Krancioli, Stanley Pea  cock, Kmnia .Ducea, ' Rosie,  Knight, John Neilsou. John  Brown,   John    McNeil,   Deliia  r*     1"  hreloni.  Promo'ed from Division VIII  to Division VII (Some of ihe.-e  pupils will be graded into second  Primer ou opening of schoo1.)  lTkiko Abe, Leua-Allara, Ka  lie Ihirloldi. iCdward Hi.klc.'W.il,  ler Davis, May Krancioli, Her  bcrt (iibson. Kli/.aheih Ilorbnry.  Wilbert JIuls.)n, Janet Knight,  Dorothy Liddvll, Alfred Maxwell  Clifton Mo'iuce, Arnold McDon  aid. Nellie Poller, Pearl Potter,  Cyiil Ramsay, Howard Ru'sscll.  J'tines Rushford. Wong Shing,  Howey Sin. Andrew 'IMioinsoii,  Toshiko Toinoto, Kflle Young.  Mali Yiie.  MI'.'niODlSTfHIURCH SUN  DAY S1CRVHJKS,  ������������������rvr*  Public Worsliip--Suuflny, .11  a m. aud 7 p.  m.  Bible Study (S. School) 2 30  p. m.  Voting People's Society���������Moir  day, 8 p. m.  Ladies Aid--Kirf*t Tuesday of  eveiy mouth, at 7.30 p, in.  A II. Yvikwy and lam ily left on  Weiiues-duy fur llieir fiuimi't-r cut  tugo, G art ley Bench.  Mcfiora Gidoon nnd William  Hicko, 0! lho Gideon llicka Piano  Oo., Victoria, 11 rrived in toivn un  WedncstUy. Thin in the llrft visit ol Mr. Willinm llicka to Cum  bcrlanU for Boverai yearn.  .FOR THESE HOT DAYS  "���������       ChilclroiPu Uonipers. Wash . Pdoiisei  & Suits*  0     -   Drc3S(-s, Gaehinui'ii C"at-?,  etc. '       '    ..  ' , , L-dies' Waists, ' Night  Gowns,  Underskirts, /  "~  Coinbin-itions,     Cbi-i*et     Covers,   '  Aprons,,  ' I louse Dresses, etc. ���������*    .   ���������  WEN'S. SlUC SU I.UTS,.'TIES/  FINE   UNDEIIWEAP,  THE'"IDEAL"'STORE - N^t ^ T^mia  1:  .ti!iiri:;iiiii!iiiii;!ii;!ii;;ii:ii;;w  .'^r:>!!i!!!i:i;i!i!Hiiiiii!iijj!ii']iii!Jjiiii!i!!i|!i!ii:;ii;iiiiiii:iiii!ii^  I  Ofipit".il Enid Up$l_l,560,000, "y"      "        ItTsef^',$r3j0p,0T00O:--|���������  j.' The .Royal" Bank :of Gariacla;,   1  1 DRAFTS* ISSUED   IN.'ANY    CUPvUKiNCY,   PAYABLE , A.l.L |  | OVER   THK,'W()KLD. ������������������ |  I SPECIAL ATTENTION i-nlT toHAYIN'tlS ACCOUNTS & ii,iere*������i- ������  '"1 ' ' " ��������� s  tl   nt hi������rhe**t Current It������:���������������������������* ulinwi'd on' Deposit!-of $l,and ii|iwnrd8:    ������  1  CUMUERLANr*. B. 6 , Brnnch, Open Daily      D, 3VT. Korrison, Mgr  ������ UKIOI-I "PAY, B.C. Branch, Opon rni'y.      F. Icswcith, ^gr,  a*  I*.  i  fOUltTENAY,   3, 0 , Branch,  Opon-DailyH. H. Haiclwick,  IrTgr;  %/|;IHIIII|||||||||l!!!ll!ll1lllllll!l!IHIIIIII!!llllllllU  HUnHNCII  I  P, PHJLLIPPS HARRISON;  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC C C N\ YANCING  D.UNSMUiR AVE NU  CUMBERLAND,  wwa*n#maacmirtt.aimmi*  H  i  mriM*jvz.axJii. wnw t*+ii*aj*Mt**Vkwu*Jram  trrttta*"1-!* +#****  VaBOHO^fl:  MaAnfaotarer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX -188  THONE 20....  UMBERLAND  Miss May Hate,   danyhlcr   of  l-av-j-ans. J--sie M.tUarlane, Jos") Mr. T 15  Hate, aijived home on  t-jili Jliiiiijiili. [Tuesday   Irom    Vaiicuuvt-i     to  Pion'o'i.'.'' tV.iiu Piiij* itv 'n  lul-iUMid     her     sehool     vaertlion  nior Gradi   [S-e.uid   h nn-r  in I * I'lieie's no  pi n*-.'  I.he homi*;"'  Vh*\ UcafUr.! i.nd the boys and uirl.-* will eonie  ���������it.  i \fiK\t,  Place Your Fire Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  ���������of-London, England���������  "Prompt Settlements" Oar Motto.  January Hth, Tiro In Ni-w WrHtuiiitHtar, ailjiintod .lauuary ICtlis  Clioqupa oovai'ini-Hnnu-i glvon Jnnunry llth1  Kobruary Villi, Vim in Outuliarliin 1���������Prml floo-l, usauroil, adjiwtotl Fob, I8thj  Chi>i|ito nuiloil Full. 21 Ht.  April 2nd. Firo in Nanaimo, tuljuiiteil April 3rd; Clicquo nunt April 20th  April''21)Ui i Firo hi Victoria, niljiiHtod ami Hcttlod Moy 3rd  W. E Ramsay  A sent,        Cumberland, B. C.  .-mtmi  ���������������*?*#;���������  t**rl4*, tJ% I  ifWBmosscTssm^z^K'iSi'. :3zssam*\.,


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