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Array , jf   y  y f~*": - '*".-'   *yy> ��������� s7" .���������**<��������� .. ..-  y/.c yyi--s?-���������&.-���������<^<:..y-- ^yAc^^yy-yry^.  t       .V, ,?,  "���������'j,-  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  Tith News; Twentieth Yeau  CUMBERLAND, B.' C, WKDNKSDA Y, JULY 30, :9i3  SUBSCRIPTION fl.OOA YfiAR  rt^^t*^, >SVCd^*3V *^^e^r^*^tj^^^^>  The Store  ofQuality  The Store  ofQuality  Suitsfor Bovs  s  te  We havo beon successful in securing tiio  ' Kile 'io'enoy j'oi* this celebrated brand  of  Iio\'s Ololhiujf in Cumberland.  Tlio assortment  to, hand   includes    *  - .somo 'of, the   smartest .lines   in   boys'  ' clothing.        '; '"������������������*.  A strong feature of  this  brand  of  ��������� this branded clothing iij the. double scuts  and double knees of -the puntc as well as -  -, double elbows in-ihe coat.      , ���������  '     ��������� 9 -   *    -  Lion Brand Overalls  ror isoys  The Best You Can Get For Your Money  D  SIMON LETSER^t;OTirDTr  fyr*^*^**^^^(&*$,4** tf*\^****ffa*v������&^*^  y.v\, D. I-Iundeu left, by Sunday's boat for Vancouver; she  liavinir received word of lhe seri-  otis illness of her daughter, Mrs.  vSauiuel iMcUod, Mr. liunden  received word ou Sunday even  in*-*; tliat Mrs. McLeod \yt".s" bet-  to'*.  -���������**���������-  Principal'McArthur and the  pupils- inttiiestcd, are lo be con-  gr.imlc'ited on tlie splendid sue-'  cess of the Cumberland High  school entrance examinations.  Our boys and girls can do it,  ��������� ������������������������������������4JJ,.���������-.-������������������������������  For the ancst aiid delivery to  t,  the provincial policr* of the two  men who on ���������Inly 4, last, near  Union Hay, held up and robbed  two bank clerks, tho provinci; 1  government is picparcd io pay  li rewind of $1,500. The pi ice  ol 31,000 is put upon tbe head of  *'('}us" and 8,500 is tiie reward  for the   delivery   of   the   other  r-  man, imnied William Bauson or  ���������Sampson. The L'oyal Hunk of  Canada offers an uditional re-  Wind of S500 i'or the arrest and  conviction of lhe iwo men, m.ik-  ing a total of &2,co<>.  ,������������-������>4ti-  ���������Sim.' party or put'ies unknown, broke into tlu Ibkuuh'r  olliee on Friday night or Saturday morning, aud stole one. now-*-  paper form of type. Someone  was unkind enough to say mm  the News olliee was short of  type, aud tlmt "Dud" did it.  '���������Dick," was even   bold  enough  IA1'  .1..  * wl..,.  If the city only had a watering  ctut, and ' could arrange lor the  water, our streets would look loss  like a S'llmni Desert,  "Fatty" h'vnns,' tho expert  piano tliner and repairer was in  town-1 Ms .week plying "liis vocation, '  TURNING THE DESERT-      *���������  .    .INTO A LAKE  '**>  Recent computations go to prove  that it would take forty years to  Hood tho Sahara Desert, as hue  been proposed, making it an inland sen, by cutting through a can  al from tho Mediteranonn .He-:  side this titanic, project the Panama .-canal is like,the work ���������<('  Home sinall boy digging a hole in  the sands of tho beach. " A curi  011s engineer, looking into the  feasibility of tlio~sehe"mo, arrived  at tlie following figures :  ������������������This area  has 0,900,000,000;  -OOtJTnuartr-feot.   Thore are 52;"),-  --"'Ql 1* f V"        "'������������������ ' ��������� -".   '  VC00 hiiniitesu-in   a, year.   To  put  one foot of water, over this surface  )\i a year would' require the eanal  to carry a' little over  13,200,000*  .cubic feetyiifMvater per   minute.  '���������^..���������5 3.1^-.!?-Vapoif<tion   iu    Sahara  would probably  not bo   less   than  live   feet   per   an mini   the   cauid.  would have ,to  carry  00,000,000  f'-et������ per  minute  to  provide  for  this evaporation.    A  canal   hawing a'body of water 100 feet wide  and   25' feet  deep.would provide  for tin's if tlio flow were five milts;  per belli*  for an   average   would  make  a'-very  swift stream in the.  centre.    Hence  the  eanal  would  havo  to   be about three times as  wide to prevent   the  bank's  frou'i.  being washed away,-  -' "So far we hnvo only- provided"  for'eva'ponition.    To fill tlie 250,-  000-sqiTrrrir-'mi Its���������t o-'a��������� d <���������*������������������ )t-l l-ok  200 feet, would* require a eanal- of  twice  the  size, or about 600,'feit.  wide,    It would tako forty years !  If it.were  to be*tilled in-less tin--.'  it wn'uld be*  necessary to h'uVi.'-i,t*'v-.  eanal still larger.      Of course the  250,000 square miles  would   not  be covered at onco and consequent  ly Plie evaporation would  not  be  so o'reac for several years.''���������Ex.  Mayor White is still in the  city. Don't be iu a hurry to go  Tommy, we like to have you here  for old-tunes sake. '  Victoria Carnival next week.  ���������.._   w_<(.  A llei'lin army aviator recently  made a ilight of .more than 700  miles in eight hours. Only one  intermediate landing was made.  ihe streets I  Sir   Kichiiri  charge us with the theft 15ut  we will get even with Dick, by  cutting off hit- "Times''   supply.  I'A-M-uor Mel.*../-.!'.-, iu-.'.-." .-.!:;-  cyi'imb'i; M*V('?i-p:ts.-en'"-er Kindt*  baker   ear    nrriveu   tlii>.    week,  VV.mdi Ja������*]*'.> d������;U  Mr, an.I .MrI. Itic-iird Oie, jr.  will ihorrly laiv-t 0:1 a vii.it to  JJan i'nu.ciMjo, Cal.  A rumor wns in eircululinn on  ui-id.iy evouin*.', that  Mebrido had bi-un  diet ami kilbd. This rumor how-  over wo could not trace to any ie-  linblo ''oiuco It wns 1:0 doubt  fomoono anxious* to ciuido n eunea-  lion, or wlmuo iviah wan fathor to  tho thought, We w'Uild bu perry  lo oe our ptcniii'r taken oft'in tlmt  or nny oiher uvy,   ^,.   Wl.ilii Nanaimo ro.tl cstu 0 at  the prouuit lin.c iu iilnio t nt a  fliands J)J, bu*-iiH:."s conditions gen  oral!j- are pruij'ioally imrninl.ll.uik  mauiigerri and oilier btniinusd men  report colk-ctionu equal to, ondichl  ly bet'cr.thau in tlio corresp'md-  ing period ot hi.il your, lt ictpuie  evident that Nnnafmo, with mnny  induRlrio*- and large p.ty rolls, ox ���������  elusive of tho milieu, him outgrown  'lie "mininc: lowr," ei.tf-o. lfilo  pre.-it-nt uciiblo hud cropped up a  fi'wyoani uj.;o, it would hnvo resulted fiomt-wh'tl 'eriou-dy, bin 1 In-  only perceptible differc-uco its-icmi"  lo make i-i ihe (fleet on seal r:������-iir,i!  aiid buildin.e; irade-j,��������� Tho   Wwk.  Mr. .ii'dMrj-.W. MiMiilivId airivtd  boiui* bun \vr. 1: fr^m ��������������������������� itip in tb������  Alii������*riean hit;e. 'Will' lo.'I.n to In;  io du- pitik of toiidiiioii nhcr biJ  iric.  Victoria.July 27.���������That the*  bandits'who for ten, days defied  the posse of provincial police.,'  county ollicials iind others who  sought to effect his capture ou  Shaw Island has got clear away,  is the belief of the authorities.  The search and blockade of Shuw  island eamc to a closj yesterday,  when the piovincial police were  withdrawn. , It was no secret lo  the police thai the settlers 011  Shaw Island have persistruilly  assisted the bandit, supplying  him with food, dressing liis  injuries and otherwise succoring  him, while at the fame time  uii'-leading his puisiicr.'i by contradictory stories of his movements, It is the belief of the po  lice tliat lhe man's escape from  the island was facilitated by some  of lhe settlers, the report being  to the effect thai he was provid-  ed with a boat and taken off iu  woman's clothing.  y'Thofollowiiig poem has biieii  written and dedicated "to the new  Australian battleship II, M.'S,  New* Zealand :��������� "  THE GIFT SKIP.  HON ALU -KEiNYYN  OMXtt-*-*-"**-*-*  From the far-off Isles of   iho Sil  ver fern  To thi- 'land of the Maple Leaf,  Conies ihe gift which the young*  ';���������--   est Daughter mato  .^ent 1.0 the Crown's relief,  To-tako hor place in'the'lighting  ���������������������������*Ai.io-'  rf'ov.er the need should como,   .���������  To hiy'dier -runs thrditolithe smo  , kinti*rbr:no  At tlie'jjo.ll of lho battle drinn.  She can'-ies-a message of sober  '. '* thought, ���������  ' To tlie ports.of the" Seven Seas,  ���������A. mi'ssiige which .speaks of a ��������� '  stronp" chain-wrmijilit  b v- ������...    o  From 11 child.to its mother's'  knees.    .       J'.''  And the chain is formed by die ,  links oi" love    rr.-y'<  AVhieh will '.������Uiud"tho test-that  dny ' .-������������������:'r    ^  ** .   .-*-���������,*      i  When the mailed'fist peeps from  the velvet ���������Jiibvc   ' "..  ��������� And the'battle bugles''bray. -  Tlio following are -tho -domen  sions'and complement of  intyi  of  tlio Tl., Mi'S. New Zealand*.��������� .   '  Displacement.:-. '.. 18,,800  Leiigth ....'  5o5, ft.  Hearn.; v.... 80>ft.  ^nrnghiTT-r.,..'...'. .���������'.������.*T^TT^(>jUftr  I tulieaied horse power.... 40,S9-1-  AVhero huilc. .*.. Govais, Sfiotland  Makers of i-ngiues,,. Fairfield Yds  Date of launch'....".;. 1011  I)ate'of ebiiVpietioir.. *. .".*.��������� >,. i'J]3  Armament.... eight 12- in, guns  Sixleen-1-incli guns.  h'ive machino guns.  Two torpedo tnl'QS.  Speed 25 knots an hour,  Coal capacity 1000 tons  Complement ; 7S0 men   <8������   MacFARLANE BROS,.  '.'SP'AX'E,  WATCH it when their big ad  comes out, which is on page 4.,  m i- ���������". **a*t aaar.i  THE CORNER STORE  FOIISALE���������Airedale terrier  pups, , pure 'breed, registered  stock, whelped July 5.4. L. W.  Leach, Headcuarters, B, C,  While Miffeiiug from teiiiptr-  ary melancholia, Dr, A. T. Watt,  superintendent of the cpiaian iue  station at. William Head, jumped from a third story window of  St. Joseph's Hospital at an early  hour on .Sunday moining iasi,  and was iustantly killed.   ,���������������!,   lu order that the people of No  - ,v.nv otirnrl llivine i-'ervice in  their respective churches in thi:*.  city 1 the Company will um a  train every Sunday evening,  leaving No 7 at   6 y>,   and   io*  Mr. J; D. Winningbani, who  for a number of -years has been  electrician for Cumberland Electric Light Co., Ltd,, has resigned his posi ion, and will leave  this week for Victoria, where  his "family has been for" some  time,   We wish '"Harry" every  success wherever  may locale.  in  y"  future  he  TAKING STOCK  OK CANADAS   WKALTH  The Dominion has a net, wealth  of Sl,'l-00 a person, and 11 net in-  .conn- annually of 51.71 individually when the national nct'icveu-  ue'of ?, 1 .UuO.UUO.UUO (government  receipts i-xejiuli'd) i������ dividi'd am  ong Ihe popubition of only 7,7o().  000 iiilmhitiiiit*'. (.'iinadii lias the  .solidi^t of foundntioiis for jicriuaii  out and houihI prosperity,-��������� Kx.  The outgoi 110'passenger ca'1 on  Sitnday afternoon was well filled  with piisengers.   I-ll cl 11 d i 11 ������-t od a-y-r���������tl h mu.W a g^  ner, couimouly. known [ as'.'Tlie  Flving   Dutchman,-'     has   but  ,t    **   *    Ci '  thirty-four days to live before he  will meet his maker I'or the' murder .if *t!i?.  Cumberland .consta  bio last spring*.       . '*���������'"   .*  Wagner has been confined in  the provincial jail sin.cc sentence  was pronounced upon him. lie  eats and sleeps well and is ordi  tiarily cheerful as a man could  expect to be under the circumstances. At times he becomes  very.reticent and .somewhat sulky,   according"   to  liis     mood.  ' t\ V  Liko,a*U piisouers he still retains  hopexfjy'a reprieve of his sell fence. Wii|3ut 1 has been sentenced  to be haiiged on August a8, and  ever since llie sentence has been  in charge of the death watch.���������  Nanaimo Herald of July 26.  Mr. and   Mrs.   \V,   11.. TheaL  left on Sunday for their home at  Cliilliwack,. j.  Mrs. (Dr.)  Gille.������pier:-of. Vanr.  couver,*arrived in   town- on Sai-  urday evening.   '  Mrs. A. II.   Peacey   and   chil- '  dren expect to  loavo   shortly   on  .au_extobded_vjsit to her old honte.-  in Ontario. ia W������   will   try   iui������{1--  kcep A. H. from being  loriesoim"  during, their absence.  HIGH SCHOOL K^TRAiJ^'  .     '"'-'   EXAMS.    -        ���������'    ,  John McNaniara, alius ..Australian' Mack, -Alleged to have  been ouo of the^.jobbers of the  Hank ot Monlredr\'at Mew Westminster on Septomj-kN* t,\, 1911,  wns sentenced at NcVv^Wefitiuiu-  stcr 011 July 25, lo nine '.'years iu  the penitentiary for ilieft?t)f T.  J. Trapp'.s uioior car.'. This  sentence will Imvededucted lioui  it iHinmilhs whieh McNnmnra  hasspent iu custody sino* Iii*?  ari'e.-:t in New York, Sir Chas.  lliblcrt Tiipper, counsel*1 for the  prii-onev will appeal.  The following are the result-s  of the reoent High school entrance examinations i'or Cumbeihmd  and districts: ������  Cumberland  Centre.  Cumberland���������Number Cf cnu  didates, 19/,.passed   17. Willinni  Moidy, 705;   William   Watson,.  671; Wm. Richards, 651;  Charlotte Jayne, 634; Kva Coe, 620; .  Marion H.  Peacey, 6:7;  Kath  leen Ivrecinan,   615;   Frederick  Freeman,   611.;   Florence   Hor-.  wood,   579;   Margaret   Banner*,  man, 574*. Lena M. Oirey, 560; t  Harold   \V99d,   558;    Darothy .  iJurrif, 53Vf--"A'g|j"ps  J'oiter,   y'o;  Bessie Stewait, 550;'. Anr.iyCK. -���������  .Stewart, 550.-, Kva   White, '���������'$$?{:  Coin:teiiav---Xuinber, of i.and.i������',  daten, 3; passed a.'.K'hcl V. But *  ion, 6)7; Leila L,   Canoil, 571.  Las-o-Number of candidates,  j; passed, I. Gladys D.   Barner**  man 58S.  Union Bay--Nutnbcr of candidates, 15 pnesed, 1; ^eilrndo  dhtdsou, 600.  ���������sCimdidates f������'0"������ Comox, Den,  man*island und S������\udwick fniled.  a������**HBraBBaaw^sn^^  LACE CURTAINS  First Showing of  CURTAIL MUSLINS ������������������������"  Earlv Fall Goods.  .i.yi.  > 'i.  i IH*  7 o'elocl"..  lUIUMlg    nl  ������������������I'rvir-c" 'ui'fin :it.  (:) AppV'iei.ite fin*   Couip.'iuj's  acli1'];.  (i) Attend to your invn *?pir**  itu.d wants,  Nntiiiighiiiii I.r.cn (hirtains in white, cre-mi, and ecru,       Wo aro nhowing a very huge  iiiugii in  the iHjwcst detipns from $1.60 to 4.o0 per pnir.  C'ni'iiHii >T11 --1111   Tiluiit   it'-i'l  novelty  patterns  iu   Ait  Mndim-,   Kvamiues,   S'.'riim-1,  Miidni!* and HarnesK 6[uiU from 1.0.: to Owe per y<l  Tapei-ti'v,   Velonr and   Wrt'p  iMiniiture  Covering-* ,  <,( ('.ri tuns  and  Alt  Siitci'iit"  Iv-*-"  (inr  P,!g  (-iii'irtin  nnd  Ciirttiiu   Muslin   Di'pluy   tin*  woe!:.  %  Dun&rn  Cumb  jcnlond   v^'AIVlr UL LvLo  Dunflmuirf   fly-jnuc  Gumbei'lar.ci  %^^is^%.tiics3SSirj^:������S*^^ *"****-* jsritfjN-u wu-s-w-mm**-^^ ���������ww**-*'---------*^"^  THE KEWS.CUJIBERLAKD. IS. C.  if  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punshon  %  SUSPENDER  Werci, Lock &��������� Co., Limited  London, Melbourne & Toronto- J  (Contlmie-3)  You'll be lillllng' yourself or else  inc. lie said; if you go on like that���������  ilie thing in loaded, you know. Give  it me. You'll never need to swear  an ullidnvlt to prove your ignorance  of fin-amis, my dear fellow.  1 t-eritiiuly avoid them -when possible, tiie poet admitted, thoy seem to  y.o off so unexpectedly and with such  ���������i  noise. .  Very true, agreed Thorold, especially when handled In the stylo you  ���������idop'.- Hut how did you get It Into  your safe?  ' 1 don't know, said Mayne, looking  very puzzled. I never saw the thing  in my life before.  But tlio cardboard box? Tl.orold asked. ,  Oh,.answered Mayne, that has been  iii ere Ion:.!; onoush.  .   And  you  never  opened  It?  asked  ' Thoruld, looking very puzzled.  No, said Mayne, with some' heslta-  .ion. 1 always felt a strange reluctance even to touch It. I had a feeling���������oh, 1 avoided touching it as one  would avoid touching a snake. 'It.al-  ways seemed to mc that it would be  icrrible lo open it.  Man alive! are you clean' off ,your  head? exclaimed Thorold ln great ex-  .���������i*= per.".! ion.  No, no, answoi'*d Mayne mildly and  lhen added, seeing that Thorold wns  -really anj-ry and disturbed, and yielding again ty the impulse of Ills strong-.  or will, tho fact, is, well, I thought���������_  1 lu-lievc I thought���������that .there might"  be rromeihing in it to remind mo of  my Paris days.  Oh, 1 see, said Thorold, looking at  him curiously, for, though - he had  heard-, tales and rumors, he could not  .imagine ihnulliis mild, kind, gentle  little poet had ever been engaged in  anything 'much worse than a student's  mushed ball*.  Wc imitated Bauldclaire, you know,  Mayne v.-ent on dreamily, it was the  .���������.���������iran-re'' and the abnormal, that we  sought for; sensations at once delicate ,and gross. Wc were like swine  wallowing in rose leaves; carrion  crow;-, made drunk with dew drops���������  you understand?  No,  blessed  it I  do,  said  Thomld,  T"rin^TTairlrh-n���������w:riVt--on-������art-h-dQ-y^u.  moan?'1"  l: was those days in Paris long ago,  repoi'terl Mayne. slowly. I feared  tliero mi;**hl. be something in that  r-i.-Uin-rd box to remind me of them.  We did strange things In those days;  wi- were i-pieures in sin. We made  a jrr*l of'the most, delicate, the most  refined sensations,* and-.then gorged  ourselves wiili -them like ghiitons at  n barifiuei of dainties. , Baudelair, you  know,* lived In his sense of smell;  ii'ioilicr in his sense of taste���������you sec  we took lhe snnsos, lhe -gross, the  eiiiiinion sense, and extracted from  ili.--i-.iylie most, dclir-nio and subtle  pleasures, which .In their turn, reveng-  i.'il liiomsoh'e*-* upon us hy forcing us  ' (a enjoy thom as dogs return to tholr  voiv.ii.. Wei', as foi- me it was not  i-i-',. .;.. -si-iirn wllh mo, but touch. Do  you know, Thorold, In those days 1  iiii-.it.'. n poem of blank pages--and it  .was n  prciil, poem!  ]. suppose you mean you wore a bit  cracked'.' auggosloil Thorold.  No, no, iho other answered, nol  that, but lo make my poem I took  pnpei-H of different shades niid textures. Some I hud manufactured  [Mifif-'nUy, Well, the object, of a  ��������� ��������� ������������������ ;- \* -lrni-pp sensations of beau-  ly in lhe mind of lhe reader, In It  ;,',.*. [.,.- In i'nis poem of mine I tried  lo roiii-e I lies.) r-i.-nsallons, not by tho  ur-.* of word:', but by the sense of  loiieh���������now you un don't anil?  We'll, 1 suppose 1 seo whnt you were  getili)-? at,   Thorold    answered,    but  in fl-erc* and restless pacing of the  Jiondon streets. - Beggnrs whined at  llm unheard, unseen policemen eyed  tlm auspiciously, the dark prowlers of  ho night followed him in unfilled  nopes to bo worn down by hi3.rest-  ess speed, and when morning came  ie went back to his rooms and he said  to himself that nothing should turn  him from tho path 'on whioh ho had  set his foot. A tremulous auxioty  filled him for the next time when he  should-stand face, to face with Joan  Durand.  He forced hlmsolf. to bathe and  shavo and ho had scarcely finished  lils toilet���������he was still examining  rather grimly tn the mirror his haggard countenance and bloodshot eyes,  on which two sleepless nights and all  the strain of emotion he had endured  had left thoir mark, when his old landlady tapped at the door with tho Information that a lady wished to eeo him,  A lady? repeated Thorold astonished; -a lady this time? Did sho say  what she wanted?  Sho said ns it was something most  particular, the old woman answered,  and she said as hor name was Joan  Durand, which she said as you would  know, sir.  (To he Coutlnu/ui)  Dining With Traitors  Lord Charles Boresford's outburst  against 'dining with traitors' recalls  tho vehement political hatred of tho  past, says the London Chronicle.  Coke of Norfolk used to tell how his  grandfather instructed him. Now,  Torn, as long as you live, never trust  a Tory, and would add, 'And I never  havo and never will. In more recent times the old Duke of Marlborough was ��������� much perturbed becauso  Lord Randolph .Churchill sometimes  entertained Sir William Harcourt and  Mr. Chamberlain. He could not understand, ho said, how his son could  cultivate social relations with persons  of such, pernicious opinions, and was  quite sure that House of Commons  traditions had greatly changed since  he succeeded;  Dlggs���������My wife is a wonderful' vocalist.      Why, I have known her to  hold her audience for hours-  Biggs���������Get out!  Dlggs���������After which she would lay-  it in the cradle and rock it to sleep.  Bessie���������Mamma has gone downtown to buy some watered, silk. What  do they* userwatered silk for, anyway?  Bobby���������Dunno, but I guess 'they  make bathing suits out of. it.  PMPrffi  though lt seems to mo frightfully ail-  .'��������� 1 =e������ nothing so very dreadful in  all that. It wasn't this poem you  "-..in.vi.-iii'to llnd in there, was it? he  asked, nodding with a smilo towards  tho cardboard box.  Oh, no, Mayne answered, smiling too  and with rather an nlr of relief. No,  I do not know what I expected. You  see, I was pulled up short. I got  Into a row and was hit over Uio head  and I spent a week expecting to die.  It Is rum to lie in bed and expect to  Ala. But 1 got over It, and when I  was better 1 cut all that sort of business and came back to England. No,  I think 1��������� was afraid there might bo  something in that box to remind mo  of the past which I have forgotten.  I have been very fortunate, he added  simply, in forgetting those wild, mad  days in Paris.  But still, began Thorold, if there  had been?  Ah, that would have been frlfjhtful,  answered Mayne with a shudder. You  see, I am like two men���������my present  self, and my oxf Parisian self. Now,  if I wero to remember, that would  moan I was going back to ,my old  Parisian self, and that would be  frightful, he repeated very thoughtfully .  Thorold shrugged his shoulders impatiently. Mayne's talk seemed to  htm wild and rather foolish, and yet  he felt thero was behind It something  It was of great importance he should  understand, if possible.  But as for this pistol, Mayne continued after a pause, it is as inexplicable  that it should be ln my safe as it is  inexplicable that the forged letter  should have vanished from it. Both  things are blank Impossibilities.  llovv long has this cardboard box  been there? asked Thorold who had  beon examining it; have you., never  opened It?  Oh, it has been thero for ..years,  Mayne answered,'and I never opened  it. I always had that Idea���������yes, it  alwavs  frightened  me.  But, said Thorold slowly, the-paper  in which the pistol was wrapped inside the box isra page of the Times,  dated���������yes, dated the day of Frank's  murder.  Good God! said Mayne staring; wl*.y  then ihe box must-have been opened,  and the pistol* put away In It quite recently!.,  . Just so, ..agreed Thorold; probably  at the same- time when the letter was  stolen. Now there is that, man,  -Monday���������could heMiave a duplicate  kev, do you thliilc. ���������       r-1  Fifty, for till I know, answered  Mayne, but that would not teach him  the' combination; besides, oven if he  had any reason for stealing tho letter  why should ho hide his pistol there?  And certainly, he can't have a. duplicate "key to the new lock I have just  had put'on the door; after Dora's  story of seeing some stranger looking  out of my window, you know.  Thorold nodded, and kneeling on  the lloor seemed to become plunged  in profound and strange thoughts,  while Mayne, whose face still showed  signs of some agitation, got himself  a cigarette and began to smoke.  I say, Mayne, Thorold asked suddenly, you have never been hypnotised,  have you?  Good gracious, what havo you got  in yonr head now? cried May he; do  you think wo have been hypnotised into .seeing u pistol and a letter that  have no real existence, us the Indian  jugglers are said to hypnotise the  spectators of their basket trick? Why  i can feel the pistol,  Yes, but 1 had rather you didn't,  said Thorold with somo haste. 1  was only wondering���������lt all seems so  confoundedly curious.  Hypnotism Is not the answer lo Ihe  riddle- at any rate, replied Mayti'o smiling, In point, of fact, one man did try  to hypnotise me ouce, but he couldn't  do li--he said my mind was too lluld,  and I never kept my thoughts fixed  for long enough oil one subject. No,  this has noihlng to do with hypnotism .  Por some timo longer Ihey .argued  and discussed the iiuuier without gel-  ting iniv nearer nny clue to the inys-  ter*'. ninl at last Thorold wenl away.  He went over In his mind all that  lie I;new nnd all Ihat. ho iinugiiii'il ami  bolleved, aud then he thought, of .loan   ion of marrying you before.  Duriini; und hu ri.;'.ni-:iil)i.red hn-I'b'iu*:    Actr.-i-s  -You  did,  but not to  this  ������ad eves and how strangely her volfo   (���������outli-nnin.  had thrillo-il his heart;  and then lu* j "LIKE r'ACIC"  rciiiuuibi'ivd his tlrad brother, and told j Ncw *-.-���������,.,������������������ Mnkctj Wonderful Changes  himself this was tlie woman who had j ,  led hlni to s-buiiio and m uiln and liy    W|icn .. iiiuii has suffered from dys-  woi'.io than dentj), | pepsin h* mnny years Unit ho can't re-  Death!     Wo all die! Thomld unit- ] member when he had n natural uppe*  Ici'diJ lo   hliii.-VHI',    lint    Prank   wnym^ ������������������,- ,),������������������ ���������,*,��������� m a Wllv 011l of  ������yE;St  j. Per*everanw,withZnrtU  , means curei Why nol prove  Too Bad'  Tho othor night, as the last train  was about to go out, an old farmer  rushod into an already over-crowded  compartment, lt bo happened that  an occupant���������a dandified young man  ���������was ono of lils customers. By way  of pleasantry tho young man inquired  what ho had got in a small box under  his arm.  Oh, said tho farmer, a box of chalk.  I see, Uio young man replied, glancing with an air of wisdom at his fellow passengers, chalk for the milk,  eh? ,o ������  Not exactly, drawled the farmer  slowly, but l'vo dono so,much chalking up for milk at your houso that I  havo had to buy another box!  Housewife���������Norah, how long did  you boil these eggs?  Norah���������Six minutes, mum, by the  kitchen clock.  Housewife���������Don't you remember I  told you not more,than four minutes  and they are as hard as rocks.  Norah���������Yis, mum. but the clock is  two minutes slow, and sure, I had to  make allowance .for that.  The' African Methodist Episcopal  congregation was jubilating over the  success of au outdoor festival. Gradually the jubilee toned down to a solemn debate as to the use to be made  of tho profits. When the general  opinion seemed to be setting in favor  ���������u f���������th e-p n roh a-se-o f-a-cMn d.elier_fPX,  the meeting house. Mi'irso Ringer, the.  town roustabout, wlio Lad been greatly  exalted by the jubilation, for the first  time.iu his life spoke in meeting.  Seo heali, Mlstah Pahson, said, he,  Isc agreeable, .sah, Ise entirely agreeable wid tho rest of de mer.-bahs, sah;  but Ah would jes' like to i-x ono ques-.  tlon, sah, jes" one. Ef we does git dis  chandeliah, sah, if we does get it,  who am a gwlne to play on It?' Dat  is* what ah like to know?  A politician gave his cousin, fresh  from the 'ould sod, a job as smoke  Inspector. He wac not instructed as  to his duties, hut told to go out and  Inspect.  At the end of his lirst month he  made this report;  This I- to certify that I have Inspected iho smoke ol' this city for tho  past thirly -days . 1 have lo report  that 1 havo found plenty of smoke and  that tho smoke is of n good quality.  Johnson���������Bilklns Is au awful bounder.  Jacl-rson���������Naturally; he   made  money In rubber.  his  Frost���������Some people are always borrowing trouble.  Snow���������Probably no one will lend  them anything else.  WHEN BABY CRIES  When the baby cries continually do  not put it down for pure ��������� ugliness���������  (hat is not the baby's nature���������it is to-  be happy and laughing., Every baby  should cry on an average of fifteen or  twenty minutes a day���������that is how he  strengthens his lungs. But mothers  if your baby gives sharp piercing cries  or low sobbing wails, he is in pain and  needs attention. Nothing will relieve  the little one so quickly as Baby's  Own Tablets. They regulate the  stomach and bowels, expel worms,  break up colds, and will make baby  h earth y~~un uniapfw ���������The"Tablet3-rue-  sold by. medicine, dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr..Williams' Medicine.Co.   Brockville, Out.  Explained  There' was one young man, said the  chaplain thoughtfully, who Beemed to  regard my,opening prayer with the  deepest attention. He showed a.degree of nervous impatience that waa  almost painful, and when I- concluded  ���������I mado tho petition a littlo longer  on his account���������I' am positive his  overwrought feelim* were relieved by  a sigh that was almost startling. ' 1  looked for him afterward, but* he had  gone. A young man with light hair  and eyes and an obtuse nose���������do you  know him?,  Sure I do, replied the doorlender.  He was waiting for the copy of your  stuff for. one of the afternoon papers  ���������and he had to get over in time for  the noon edition.  Relieves Asthma at Once. It you  could read th. thousands of unsolicited letters received 1/ the makers  from grateful users you, too, would  realize the remarkable curing powers  of Dr. ,"'. D. Kellogg's Asthma, Remedy. All cases, incipient and chronic, are benefited hy this gr-at family  remedy, and many of them aro cured.  Why suffer or experiment with worthless preparations when tho genuine  Kellogg's can.be purchased everywhere ,  Looking Ahead  Littlo Nora (aged eight, to Edith,  aged ton)���������What! A big girl liko you  playing with a Teddy Bear?  Edith���������Yes, haven't you got one?  Nora���������Mine is locked up in the cupboard, whero it. shall slop until I am  married, when I may bring it out for  my children to' 5 lay with.  Edith���������What if you don't have any  children?  Nora���������Well, then, in that case lt  will do for my grandchildren.  Minard's  Liniment      Lumberman's  Friend  A. paper engaged a reporter to travel  and send  by  wlro  all . important  news.   . Tho reporter' was a novice,  and   sent  the    following    important  news to his paper���������  A judge is down shooting here.  The editor telegraphed back-  Let yourself to him for a target.  The 01 her Sund.-.y two small boys  wero lndustrloiis'.y digging in a vacant lot, when a man who was passing  slopped to give (hem a lecture  Don't you know that It is a slu to  dig on Sunday, unless It ho a case of  necessity? asked tlio good man.  Yes, Bir, timidly replied one of tho  boys.  Then why don't, you stop it?  Causo this Js ti' case of necessity,  replied tho little philosopher. A feller can't fish wltlioul halt.  It's as sad to see it rich man with a  poor appetite as It is to sec a poor  man who can't get (0 the lunch counter.  H������ erDlploma ���������  She says she went abroad to finish  her education. I wonder If she learned much?  She told me that she had six new  ways to fix her hair. '  ,  Wise and experienced mothers know  when their children are troubled with  worms and loso no timo in applying  Miller's Worn. Powders, the most  effective vermifuge that can be used.  It is absolute in clearing the system  ot worms and restoring thoso healthy  conditions without which there can be  no comfort for tho child, or hopo of  robust growth. It Is.lho most trustworthy of worm exterminators,  P.'.t���������I was at a rarty last night,  a conjurer took four matches and a  lemon, ancl mado thenrinlo a pig and  ehallcnded anyone to -make more of  the* material. 0  Well, you cannot make more out of  the same material..  Pat���������But I heat him."  Mike���������How?  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No'iollownp'clrcitlarii. Dr-LECLKro  WED.CO.IUVBRSTOC-tKO.aAMl-SlltAU, LOMOON,l-|,-a,  FEMALE HELP WANTED  And now, iny dear General, come  and sit by mc ..ar.l toll me all Uio  scandal that's happened while I've  been away.  Well, really, M"rs. Mallec-ho, er���������  you isee���������er���������tho fact Is that while  you'vo been away there's been'"no  scandal.  LADIES WANTED���������To do,work at  home; decorating cushion tops; can  make from $3 to $5 per day; pleasant  work. Armour Art Co., Dcpt. N. 43  'Steelo~Bllc7r"Wl*fltiip*rB~ r-          Tho trolley had slipped off the overhead wire, leaving the tram in darkness, After some littlo fuml-llng tho  conductor inado tho connection, and  tho ciir lighted up, whereupon a small  voice rnlRod Itself In BhrlU inquiry:  Mamma, who put the penny ln?  I'li-i'U.YM'.ui���������I havo a liii/.y rccolli-ct-  (���������huiiK'.!, niluml, dli-hoiuiiT'l;   und  ;*''  lu* w'ltnlcrf'il Hir������n������li th'' iiir'-i-m U>fy  jii'iipli! Mint luti-m-d him wiTt; bho. palo  gIiokih rlHcu  from  tlieir r*i'avf-i-,  li.it,  lho liimi'ii of .loan tlmt ho hud In lils;  iiiin.l v,;i.- liiUsi*-''' mi'! vital.  Do so much for pirnplc������7  blackheads, reel, ivjurJi  !winds, and dry, thin nnd.  falling hair^and cost so  little that il is almost  criminal not tonscthem.  f'ull.'-.irftl'i BPMi't Ollitri-.i-n' Tim ������.|.l Hiniii.-rliiiiit  tl.������������irli|. .* liNT.ll H.ltniiin <���������! '���������>���������!... All). 'I- I������������������ >*���������-  t -iVl'i mi thr run- i.n.1 I real Hunt, il llm i.'.lii MM  rnll>, ffii (>.>���������'. in*.'. A*)''*i--i I'r.ilii >irt,i A.*TLu.i.  ci rp , t i.'pr. i'lil", 'iiisti.-i, I.'. H, A,  ti'i.tiliii.1 ho may In*- i-xutiHt'd fur iiiiyln,",*  "il  a els llko iii'if-in."  Whuii It Is 11    simple,    whiilcsonri  food liir-ii'iul of nny oiia of a  lnj-j-o  number of ro culled rem,*dhs in tlio  ....   ... tviriii nf driif-H, hi la moro than over  lie hardly realized li  lilnmi'ir, i������������t; in������������ly tn l'-vol aa though 11 son of mir-  hiu hfi'.i-i. win*, ut war asaliisl, bin n-n-; ,u,-(,    fls |)00��������� ji(i-"fo*-incf*,  son, and lho sli'UKKli* lore hlni with:    a Woslcnt . mil, in lho rtcllRlt'. or rtv  BUH'ins of deep -'liiollon. 1-store-i ditfoi-itlnn, jiwtR ll I11II1I3 wny*  Ilo liimw biiyuiid nil doubt, for ln>l ������j<>nt0 lunjiic, nttliir.ly dOK'rlbn.s tho  bad hh- dead lin'ther'n mni letti'i's i������ / miiimrr' In which (Jnipo-iVulH rciioveti  prove it, thnt it wnu wlUi .loan !)ur-j,n0 0f ll00r disi'i-tlnii, coat oil totiKiio  ium 11.11.;. I...-1. ���������' :��������� ���������'���������'"'"���������I'*''! 'ui'll���������.v* Wn of nii-ioiHi*; ���������f ,*���������Uiv vonrM  ,,._.. \, ,,n. v.cr phiir>tr.nipli ho himfi*'ll | fitnndlnn'.  lf.'.d tnl'-Mi from I'ViiiiK'h hand i-iii.l in  (icntir? Loiilc nnd reiiRon told him  (���������li-uriy '.".hi* mu.".! l'..*v<* hoon ronr'Tin'ii  In runt, horrid iiiti'.'diT; and bin lir-iirl  Stato of Milo,  City of Toledo,      \  J.,ucnR County f  Fri-inl" .T. Uicnoy inrikea oath thnt he Is  Bcnlor partner of tlio firm of IT, J,  Cheney & Co,, dolnfT business ln tho city  of Tolfido, County nnd Stato aforesaid,  mul Unit snid firm will pay tlio sum of  ONE nUNDUHD DOIJjAUS for each nnd  ovoi'v ciiho nf CnlniTh llmt cannot, bo  cured by the upo of Hull's Ctitiurh Cum,  intANK J.   C1IKNJ3Y.  Sworn to bei. ,u nio nnd mibncrlbcil In  !.." prom-itce, i...������ tub day of December,  A,JD, 1KSU.  IScnl.) A. W, GJ/BASON,  Notnry Public.  U.-iU'n Ciitnt'rli Ouro Is tnlirn Internnlly,  r.ii'l nets directly on tlm blood nnd  iiiiifuUH mil-faces of the gystcin. Bend  101' lem, runliilii froo,  V, J. UIIENHY ft CO., Toledo, 0,  PoM li'/ nil (truKttlstu, 76c,  Tu.ro ll'iU'M 1/uinily I'lllu for constipation,  lior exalted ranlc ilift not Rivo Queon  Victoria Immunity from tlio trials of  11 .Ktiiixlniothi-r. One of hor grand-  koiih, whoso rookk'UKiii'SK lu opomlln*;  money provoked Ium* Ktroiif? dlifai)"  proval, wroto to tho nuoou I'diiliulliiK  lu'r of his approaohliiii birthday nml  di.'llciili'ly Biif.KCBtinii that money  would bo tlio nioHt iicooptublo Rift, In  her own hand sho uiiMwcrcil, Hternly  roprovliiR; tho youth for tlio uln of  csiravnsuiico and uraiiifr upon lilm lho  pracllfio of oeonomy. 111b reply stag-  tioroil hor:  IDt'iir (iraiuliuii, it rnn, thank you for  your hind ndvleo. I hnvo Bold tho  -same for .CD,  Subbubs had talien Chumlelgli homo  to dine. Everything went well until-  thoy were seated at tho dinner table,  when Willie Subbubs remarked: Why  pa, this is roast bcoC!  Well, said his father, what ot It?  Why, I heard you ten" ma at breakfast that you wor-o going to bring a  muttonhcad homo for' dinner this  evening.  y -    -      new���������'  Molly���������"My little Bister's got measles.  Jimmlc-KHi! Lo haa mine.  Molly���������Woll, I'll bet you my littlo  sister's got moic measles than your  has,  Ten Moro  He���������I have saved np ten thousand  dollars.     Will you bo my wife?  She���������Oh, Mr. Jones, this is too sudden!    Save up another ten thousand,  "1   iriod   tlljOili.   I'M,*!*,    Illcijj'cilU!   I'lilf.  was li.T-jiiiiiieiiili-d to liKJ.'^yllhoiil. ro-  llof. Tlifii 1 trlnl Orapc-Nfn(s on tho  iiURl'j'r-tioii of a frliMid,    Hy tho timo  uiHwi-'i'i'd that, lid* cyw wovo trtif, nnd  1 \m\ flnlHheil tlio foiinh.priPlinRo my  *.,���������,....: '  :-'���������-"  "<1 b-rliniirln-*-   ,.|���������nnrli   was   nil  rl-hl, ."iun|   for  ihi*  BnirloiiH nud noble, uud  h<*r lialr  ' ...  WOIldi'l'   tu   lir-iri'lVC,  Jh r-Vio LiiK!i'i|- rn" alfii In h'-r n'-t? ho  Ftilil ft lilinm-lf wiib a f-'i-fiiin  past twit moiiihri, 1 1i;im> beon ii-nJng  with a rollnh, anytliliig r.tt. cforo 1110.  That Is souk thing hnd been umiblo  to do jiii'vlously for ycara,  "I am ''trotifw than ovrr and I con-  hiiU-r lho effects of Orapn-N'utis on a  weak stomach a?   ininioililiii;   j-i-ully  Mo  swore  iinnln ; woiHli-ri'ii'i.      Jt builds up ti,..- t-���������i!,0  woll   na   thr*   brain   and  Hu Md Itlmt'ulf wiih nil his toroo to  flKht 'i'HVIl th>*i-t' new ffolliinii of h.H  - ... * :.���������:���������* !'.!:< will a**,'itlist. his OiiiOlloil  ���������'iiiii'fiu'al lintllo! Ho swore it'-aln  (bm   idi"   who  bad   ibptroyod   Kranlc, |,o(*y  im  W. f!    V. 052  b'.-i btrtliM- Iii body anil in t-������ul, *������*������it*>, ti<.-rw*ti."     Name ;ii\-r*n by th,; f.'niiai]  had i-vi'ii drispii him to theft and dh'-jiai. 1'o^f"um Co., WiuuVor, (.lit,  bi.���������".",* '.itul -Irntli, fihouhl not  i'o un-!    "Ti'i'tv'B a rrnBon," nml )',   In   ex.  iv.iiilshfnt. I jilnliu-il In tin; littlo book, "Tho ltoad  H- bad hml* Hinf*"' talu-it back Ills  to Wcllvllli'," in pliss.  i.ii-t-.r i ,iv to \\v- pl-ii-o wlwro ho ki*pt \    Ever read the above letter? A new  I-   ,'i-n) nf the |iv������-\Iouk nlfiht ho had; one appears from time to time. They  k\u ut clcplfrp  Pl'MlttK  lit  'nlH  '*h.������ir., are ���������ictiulue, true, nnd full of hi/m-nn  if-rlmly rri-oititt'. t-o Mils one he K-pr.-ut | interest,  Mary Anno was an Irish Blrl who  Ji.nl ol,!:.'.!'.cd a fHunt'on In tho homo  of n indy of tlil'o, who happened to  havo hor inoilior-ln-iuw, who Utiu a  dowiiRf-r, ritoji-iiiig with her,  Xow, Mary Anno, snid the young  tnlstruHH ono mornlnp, I nm going to  town, nnd if anyone oallH you can toll  <!,*.-:��������� .').'���������"*" J '*"* '*"t. hill, tho. ndiUid,  you cun toll thom that ,tho ilownt'or  In fit homo.  Sometime nfuv her doimrture a lady  called nud Iti'itilra! for tlio jnimr'-BS.  Well, iV'iidani, reiillnl Mary Anno, tho  mistress Is onl, hut tne builgor Jsnp-  !������tllll-H.   .1   ..      I  ���������.������������������Ml  You my that a ulrnlRht line is not  tho tilioriei-t ilistatu-o indwi.������ii two  ���������mints? oKlfilmeil tho Groticli, Why  you inn ft he an Idiot.  No, I'm not, lvi'lk-d the stninj-f.r.  Vm a taxi dilvt-r.  A jirr-tiy ulrl knows enoiiRb palm-  Isiry lo hold haiiils,  Unlimited Credit  Yon havo left tho name of the author off tho programme, tho stage manager ventured to suggest.  What's tho author's name? asked  tho mnnager with tho thick moustache  nnd tho doublo chin,.  William Shakespeare.  Friend of yours, eh? All rlfiht, glvo  him all the credit there is. 1'ut  down on lho programme: Words and  music hy William ShnUesjionro.  A hoy who applied for a situation In  tho Ciiy wan asked by tho mnnager If  ho hnd boon properly brought up,  Oii, yoB, Hlr. Tho porler brought  mo up Uio lift.  Aak for Mlnard'o nnd tnko in other  . And This in Russia  Possibly the most generous meal iri  the world Is at the railway halt* between Petersburg and Moscow. It  is about midnight'. You walk into  a large tea, vegetables, fish of all kind  to be sampled, vodka at hand. Everybody walks round and takes what ho  wants at the moment. Tho train  sounds tho departing noto. ' The passengers walk out and say al, the doiy  what they have eaten and drunk and  pay. Russia is said to bo a dishonest country, but this system pays,  Tho Russian won't cheat tho peopla  who provide his supper. '   *  Dirigible Dogs  Whon the aeronaut aloft dc   < fly  What pastime' could bo merrier  'Ihon to bo followed, fleet and faithful, by  Ills Skye or Alrdale terrier?  UPTON'S PURE  FRUIT   JAMS  COST LESS  MORE   PALATABLE   THAN  OTHERS  Ask Your Grocer.  FemliMnc Amenities ,  That mnn over thero is starinR  straij-ln at my noso.  Probably Iio'h a report or.  And why should ii reporter si nre at  my noso.  Thoy are sti|iponcd fo koop tlieir ryo  on overythltiB that turns up, aron'J  they?  Meol.li]**- a boy, fho bishop slopped  and askod lilm: Can you toll mo the  way to tho nonropl. slntloii?  ���������Tho hoy pointed out tho wny.  How rtir Is it? lho bishop risked,  About a mile, the boy replied, star-  Iiif/, hard at lho bishop's linf-oOiroenlins  nnd BtiltovB.     As IiIr lordship turned  tawny tho boy   added:   Whnt'fl  Somebody pinched yer hIlio7  up;  Mis Principal Duty  Employer (to now boy)���������llns your  niiui.'i*u*r told you what to do this afternoon?  Now Hoy���������Yos, sir. I'm ' wnlui  111 tii up when 1 soo yon oniiiiii^.  Youiir Man (lo provision mei'i'V-int)  --Yoiir'dinmhu-r nnd I, nlr, '..live  nRi-ood to rov/ down tho river of lifo  together.  Provision Mm:html. (Riirensllrnllyl  --liavo you i;ot any provisions 011  board?  Youm*; Man���������No, fir. Coni-ldeiiiiK  your business wo thoti'iht. the victual-  lin*; department w.-u more In your  lino.  ���������J-    ������ n <������������������ \..*l\'t iW-WW..**'!-^.*.  OTE332&E223I  ���������VI  H  M  nf]  H  ���������i'i  ��������� \J  hi  -Iri  it.  ���������i * .  '������il  M  ill  i  1!  HI  TO KEEP YOUT  and beauty���������to prevent wrinkles ami "crow's  feet" and deep olack circles under tho eyes���������  ���������nothing; is as good as  |P&9 FAVORITE pKESCaBllP'JiOW J  Glvo it a fair trial for banishing thoso distressing pains or,  drains on ono'i vitality. Thlu if acrlption of Dr.'Pierce's regulates all tlio  womanly functions. It eradicate* nnd degtroys "Femnlo Compltiints*'nntl"/  v.'eukrif*niii?3 that make women rnlsorohlo ami old beforo. tholr time. Every piirl  needs It before womanhood. Evory mothe* tieeds it, It in. an (nvigoratlnK (onJc  for the female system. All medicine dealers have sold it with satisfaction, to  cuntorneru for the ptiAt 40 years. It (a now obtainable In liquid or tnblnt form  atdrug9torft������-������or send CO one-cent stamps for triM box, toH.V, Pierce, Bullalo,!  R  DIt PtEBCE'S PIJEA.SANT PELL1?rS  i-tialftte and InvluorMe ������(omac!i, liver and botvelf.  Sagar coated, tiny graa-nlei, eswy to tnko m candy.  * '*  .-*". -i :  -*,-'������������������  EHE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C '  Yoiar liver  is Clogged up  Thai's Why You'ra Tired���������Oat of  SorU���������Have no Appetite;.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you rigl:  in a lew days.  They 'do  t!ir!r duty.  -Curs  CiiiMii*'  pc.'i'on,  Biliousness, Indigestion, and Sick Headacht.  Small Pill, Small Doie, Small Price.  1*1 T  Genuine must beat Signature  WAITERS WAGES  ME DYEING  Many  Is CLEAN, and  ns SIMPLE as  ���������-A-.B.C."  NO  chance of  MISTAKES  Tbe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  .All Kinds of Cloth;"  j TRY IT nml provt It for yourarll* I  i, Semi Tor Free Color Curd, Story Booklet, ������nd Book.  Ii't elvlng l-aiulu ol Dyeing ovrr oilier coloio.  The Jolimon-IUchMdion Co,. Limited, .  Montreal  HBK  'IliaQ Are Guaranteed  V/hy takJ' chano^s in buying a pair ,  i f Jo vers whei you can git apooitivo  saaranlco " a'ol'.-d-by Canada's  largrst glove factory in tho *  H:B:Oint0SlKUG!ovW  mads from *p<.cli*.lly tanned horse-'  . liidj.    Gvarani-ccd wet pro f, wind-  pr of, stram and heal proof.   Send  fc? ill-tratlona.  HUDSON BA-/ tmXFEWQ CO,  Cmjaiio'^ 'ispwt GIovj.- fl ma MaJsvtd,  MONTLtEAl*..  Benevolent Old Lady (to littlo boy  lu street)���������Why, why, little boy,'how  did yon ever get such a black eyo?  Small Boy-���������Me and Sammy Jones  was lighting for an apple in school,  and he smashed me.  Benevolent Old Lady���������Dear! dear!  And which glutton got the apple?  Small Boy���������Teacher, ma'am.  Tho troubles at Holy Trinity church  In Old Urompton, Chatlmm, England,  nro somowhat acule, and tho latest  proposal of tho vicar ia that, owing to  the giis having boeti out off, he will  risk each worshipper to bring his or  her own candle to evensong.  Rub It In for Lamo Back.���������A brisk  rubbing wiih Dr. Thomas' Kcloctrlo  Oil' will euro lamo rac'.:. Tho skin  'will Immediately absorb the oil and  It will ponetrale the tissues and bring  speedy relief, Try It and be convinced. Ah Iho liniment sinlis In the  pain comes out and thero nro ample  grounds for saying thnt Us touch is  magical, as It Is.  Gracious, Sr.ilth, old boy, how aro  you? I haven't aeon you for ajes.  You nro altered. 1 Bhould scarcely  liiiow you again.  ���������   Kxciiso me, air, my   namo   ia   not  Smith.  (ireat SooU���������Vour nnmo altered at*  woll!  The first modern meal packing  nlnnt In Uruguay, South America, was  opened October IB, Ull2, boglnnlng  oporatloiiB by Blaiighlerlng 202'shoop,  It, Ir owned hy a Chicago company,  and has a largo number of Americans  employed.  Receive    Norje    at    all���������Some  Make Big Money  The statement made recently to the  effect that although head waiters  sometimes pay proprietors of hotels  and restaurants as much as ,$50 a  week for their positions, they, are  able to live in' style, have house property, motor .cars and",servants is no  exaggeration. Many waiters' positions, thanks to the generosity" of the  public "In tho matter of tips, are mo3t  lucrative. At largo establishments  it is no' common thing for the tips to  average as much as $150 a day. This  is pooled, the manager and the heo.d  waiter taking fie lion's Bbare, the remainder being divided among tho  cooks, chefs, and ordinary waiters of  the establishment.        ,        ''   ..".  At one hotel the head waiter receives on an' average about $100 a  week from tho pool, whilo ������23 to $50  a week is frequently the head waiter's  share of the tips in smaller establishments. ��������� .  Two years ago there' was a great  demonstration'in. Hyde Park against  tho pooling' system, a demand being  made for the abolition of tips and an  adequate wage. It vas then declared that a head waiter at one large  West end hotel," who had "a salary of  $40 a week, took* in addition about  $85 a week from the box in which the  tips wore placed. The ordinary waiters, however, who were paid $2.50 a  week, only received another $2.50 as  their share of tho tips.       _-   .  In some hotels and restaurants the  rule Is for the head waiter to take  two shares,to every one of the ordinary waiters from the pool, and this  accounts for tho disproportion of the  share-out. It is estimated that in the  busiest timo a waiter's share "of the  tips in a good class hotel would  amount to about $15 per week, out of  which he haa to pay the proprietor  certain commission for the job, receiving of course, no wages.  ��������� In New York hotel tipping has  reached an extraordinary scale. A  short lime,ago an'action was" taken  against a certain hotel by a man who  declared that an attempt was being  made to break what he termed his  hat and coat checking contract. Evidence showed that he paid no less than  $1500 a year to the management'for  tho privilege of taking care of the  cloak-room and that another man was  trying to acquire the privilege by offering $2000. It! also transpired that  the worth of the job was about $5,000  a year'in tips.- In larger New York  hotels an even greater price ia charged for a cloak-room contract, "in one  case it being as much as $4500.  ACHING LUMBAGO BACKS  , ARE QUICKLY HELPED  AND PERMANENTLY CURED  Release, Yes,   and  a Ciire  for  Lumbago is Now Known.  YOU CAN EASILY PROVE TtilS.  ��������� To cure Lumbago ��������� surely it's a  gcod thing.to know how." ��������� 'lis information meant0to Jno. E. .Neave the  difference between invalidism and robust health.. Writing from his home  near Cornwall, ho says:���������"A : severe  and prolonged attack of Lumbago ln  my youth rendered me at all times  liable to achbs in the back and loins.  So established became the predisposition, and so frequent the at'.-.cks, I  confess I acoapted tho condition as my particular weakness to  be borne with as much composure as  any evil circumstances might permit.  One day an unusually, bad attack developed, and unfortunately tliera- was  no medicino t! any kind in the houso.  I sent to a neighbor for help and received with a strong recommendation  a bottle of Nerviline. My friend was  surprised we didn't, use Nerviline, saying that they found use for it in their  family almost every day. So quickly  did Nerviline check the attack'.*1 and  so grateful was the relief, that I was  in a day on the high road to recovery.  I have cured my tendencies to Lumbago -with Nerviline, and consider it  the most powerful* pain-subduing lin-'  iment ever made.       , ��������� .  For curing colds, hoarseness, tight  chest and -winter ills Nerviline is a  marvel; as for Lumbago, Sciatica aud  Rheumatism. Nerviline is considered  to be without' a peer. " In the homo  it is, especially valuable, because it  cures cramps in half a minute, stops  nausea, controls vomiting and upset  stomach. Fo.- internal or external  use,, wherover-thero is pain, apply  Nerviline. Get the 50c. family size  bottle; trial size *25c, at all storekeepers and, druggists, or The Catar.-.  hozone Co., Buffalo, N.Y.      *���������  Well   Drugged :  A doctor was summoned to a police  station to examine an unconscious  prisoner. The prisoner, very muddy  and dishevelled, lay on the floor of  the cell. The physician bent over  and examined him, and then, rising,  said, in a loud, stem voice:  ' This man's condition is not due to  drink.     He has been drugged.  A policeman turned pale, and said  in a timid, hesitating voice:,  _ J'���������'_afraid ye're right,- sir:   IArng-  g������d~liim^linivF^ay=a~n-rattef���������of-a*  hundred yards or more.  Whon SiioiK-ii wnti nt Oxford lio wan  a moflt excellent follow, and only had  ono oneiny���������s6tip, lie was oallorl  Llrty Sconos. Ono -tiny tho wag,  1'olus, wont into his rooms and, ro-  monatrntlng with him on tho untidy,  ���������slovenly, nnd -dirty uiuto of every-  tilling, Bald:  Upon my woro, Dirty, It's too bad.  Tho only clean thing lu the room Is  vour towel.  Some Method -  Don't you think, dear, began Mr-.  Comfy, that our next door neighbors  the Scrubbs, aro putting on a. great  deal (oo much' style, considering the  fact that they never know from day  to day where the next meal Is coming  from?  Well,-replied Mrt. Comfy, you see.  tho more stylo they put on the moro  likely they are to be invited out to  dinner,  Mro. Flitterby���������So you are on the  visiting committee of your social  workers' society I should think you'd  find lt dreadfully Irlcaome, making all  those slum calls,'  ��������� Mrs. IIunter-Fadde���������I'm willing to  make the sacrifice for a good cause.  Every visiting -day I send my maid  around with my cards.  A teacher told one of hor hoys that  the n *xt timo ho wrote a composition  thoro must bo somo point ti it. The  subject of his next disquisition- was  Needles.  Her Friend ���������I suppose, now thnt  you are married your husband doesn't  bring you flowers any moro?  Mrs. Youngbrldc���������Oh, yes he dons!  Only last, night ho brought home a  cauliflower.  i)6d,d:s u  COe. a bar, or clx L'-xes for $2,50,  at all dealers, er Tlit Doddt M������d|.  cine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  Wif Ie Was Artful  A good story is that about a man  who ono day told his wife he would  give her all the stiver pieces she  found in his purse or pockets which  were coined the year she was born.  As a result the lady in due course  of time had qtiito an amount of silver  on hand���������so much, in fact, tr*.at Bhe  went to the bank and deposited it in  her name, '    -  Then speaking to the' cashier the  lady said;  My husband tells me you are going  to pay him some money today. Won't  you please pay him in this, silver I  havo just deposited? I will be so  much obliged to you if you will.  Of courso tho cashier, being noted  for his courtesy to the ladles, quickly  replied that ho would be .happy.to  please her.  , As a result the lady has still more*  birthday money.  ������-������.-������������������- ������������������������������������������������������  A wonderful vessel In many respects  is tho now Cunard liner. Aqultania,  which was launched a few dajPa ago  on thn Clyde. It Is tho largest vessel ever built in this country, and  overy precaution which human ingenuity could suggest has been taken to  mako the mighty ship Invulnorablo to  accidents. Throughout the greater  pnrt of tho vessel thero Is a ship within a ship. In other words, thore are  two shells, tho spaco between them  being about 15ft., lho Inner as well  as tho outer nhc-11 holng watertight.  Lifeboats, including two motor-boats,  Imvo, boon Innlallcd to accommodato  ovory passenger on board. Somo idea  of the slzo of tho Aqultania may bo  gathorod from tho fuct that it will  oftRily' accommodato 4,000 passengers  and wlll have a crow of 1,200, tho  cotniilomont of a llrst-clnss bnttloshlp.  ��������� ���������"������        'i   "*  A novel feature) ot a wedding celebrated at St, John's Church, llrook-  hinds, near .Manchester, a fow days  ago, wan Iho Hinging hy tho bride's  din tor of tho woll-known Hentlniontal  song! '000111180,' (luring tho signing  of tho register.  Six men worked two days In Intend-  Ing nnd baking a loaf of broad weighing "i081b. and measuring 4ft. high  by 13ft, long ut Kansas City, Tho  loaf, which wuh mado from nlnoty  samples of Oklahoma and Kansaa  Hour, is to bo exhibited in England.  Canada la talcing tho lead In tho  mat tor'of prison roform. A prison  form litis been established nt C'uolph,  in the Province of Ontario, which  wears tho Homblanco ot a prosperous  aRnciiltiirui M-u-i'iii'-iu. ihu piiooii-  era wear ordinary fit-thru. Thoy arc  merely confined within a proscribed'  area, being jithonvlso froo, Tho foreman carries no iirnnt. Gam on nre provided and allowed. Kvon tlio Bleep-  Ing uimrtmonu nro without holts and (speak highly enough ofit.  I tako pleas  li'.vVrt.        1 iii: Umi.l'i'.'.n: 'ainu* liiei  \\> i'uu  bettor nature of tho prisoners, and so  far with striking success. It Is stat-  oil that a similar prison farm is about  to bo established by tho Government  of tho Provlnco of Albortu, near Ulg  Island, on tho Rlvor Simkntohowati.  CROWNING   AN   AFRICAN   KING  Civilized Rulers Would not. Relish  Such Ceremonies  The custom of savage peoples make  lip ir. curious plcturosqueness what  they lack in dignity. Contrast,,. for  instance, the ceremo:.i .1, with tho  coronation of a British* king or the Induction of President Wilson into" office. '.*   .      '  The king was chosen from among  the people by the elders,- and was  selected for his wisdom. ' Tho ceremonies of disonlhronoment' wero such  that ho required not, only wisdom, but  also courage, physical strength and  superb digestion b . Tho man's first  Intimation thnt, lie had beon chosen  by tho tribe was an onrush of tho en-  tiro tribe���������not to'do him honor, but  to abuse, and insult him in every possible way.  They would hurl opprobious epithets a' him, curs 3 h'm, spit upon him  and pelt him. For, they said, from  this time on he could . do all these  things to them and they would be  powerless to retaliate. It was, their  last chance.  They also -.emlndeu him of all his  failings ln graphic and minute particulars; If the king survived this  treatment he was -hen* taken to the  former king's house, where ho was  solemnly Invested with the insignia  of thunklngly office in tht* shape of a  silk. hat. . No one except the king  was permitted to wear a silk hat.  Following the inauguration ' ceremonies, the people caimo and bowed  before the new .king in humble submission, while they praised him as  enthusiastically as they had reviled  lilm. Then he was-fed and foted for  a week, during which time ,ho was  not permitted to leave his house, but  had to receive guests from all parts  of h,s dominion and eat with ttiem  all. ��������� Theso ceremonies, ended, ho  turned to the* comparatively easy and  commonplace duties of his kingly office.  8  FORTUNE  Old Lady, (to driver of growler)���������  Now, driver, I want you to go Very  carefully. .    ,  Certainly,, mun.. '        ���������*'  And not go racing with other'cabs.  No, mum.*  And not go round the corners quickly. ,   .      ���������  No, mum.  After tho job, th old lady handed  him a shilling, saying:  ' .You have driven me very carefully  and well, and he-c is a shilling for  you. Have you driven a cab all your  life? ." ...  Ni,. mum: I used to drive a hearse,  and blest If I don't go back to It; it  .io_n l-iuH-pi'���������cramp���������tlinn���������111 In T_.hnno  I'll drive yer again, mii'm."  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������I have used ycur Minard's  Liniment in my family and also in my  stables for years and consider lt the  best  medicino obtainable.'  ( Yours' trulv  ALFRED ROCIIAV,     ���������  Proprietor no :cn' Pond   Hotel   and  Livery Stables  Deadly Work  Sir Robirt Edgecumbe gives an ancient jibe this local edge and setting:  A Dorset doctor of somewhat boastful temperament was dining,one day  at a big dlnper party, when tho conversation after dinner turned upon tho  army as a profession. The doctor  remarked that his parents had made  a great mistake ln not sending him into tho army, for which he declared  himself eminently at.-,  Oh, you make a great mistake, said  a Dorset squire across the table; you  would not have killed half ar- many  if you had gono into fho army as you  havo in your own profession.  Smart Business  A customer wi.lkcd i..lo a boot shop  recently and asked for a pair of boots.'  The assistant, a youth of fourteen,  showed him a suitable pair, the price  being $5. The customer stated that  he only had $3 with him, and inquired  if he could pay that and bring tho other $2 next day. He was told that  he could do so. After tho customer,  who was a stranger, had left the premises, the proprietor severely reprimanded the assistant for allowing the  man tp take the boots, saying he  would nover see him again.  , Ay, but I - shall, replied the smart  youth. I wrapped up two boots for  the left foot, so he's ��������� bound to come  back.  Crafty  Old Gent���������Well, sonny, -did you  tako your dog to the vet next door  to your hour:*-*, as I suggested?  Boy���������Yes, sir.  Old. Gent���������And what did ho say?  Boy���������'B said Towser was suffering  from nerves, so Sis had better give up  play in' the planner.  She���������Poor George.is out of his misery now. He���������Dear me! When did  she die? .She-^Die? Who? He-  Why, his wife.'  Does your husband run after the  v>vomen?  Yes,'he's been, a cook-ohaser ,for  years, -said Mrs. Suburbs, composedly. - ���������   '   ��������� ���������  Outing Shoes  For  Everybody  THE PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUR DEALER. -  Rubbing It in  Tho asDiring young author was anxiously awaiting tho postman's ring.  Finally, ills patience was rewarded  and he hastened to know the worst.  Hang it! he exclaimed, .as he sank  dejectedly into a chair. That's what  I call rubbing 1   in.  What's up?  I sent that magazine two poems am',  they sent me'back three.  Out of tho Running  First child���������Wo' .have ;*. new  at our house*  Second  child���������That's nothing.  have a. new popper at ours!  baby  Wo  Here's an item, observed Rivers who  was looking over the newspapers, to  ,the effect that ihe; King of Sweden  raises prize dogs on his farm.  I suppose he uses-them, suggest 1  ���������Brooks, to drive his Stockholm.  After which the rattle of tho typewriters broke out afresh with great  violence..  Freed From That Weak, Languid, Always Tired Feeling, by Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Compound.  ThoBualon, Ont.-"l cannot speak loo  liltrhly of your medicine.   Whon my ap*  petlto in poor and I  have that weak, Ian-  Hjrcuid, always tired  feellnp*, I get a bottle of Lydin K. Pink,  hum's Vogotublo  Compound, nnd it  hnll'lt* tti'*������ up, plvfii  mo fltretiKlh, nnd ro������  ijstoroii mu to purled  health apin.    It is  truly a l������!������s!nff to  women, nml I cannot  A New Dish  A captain of one of 1I.M. ships had  received a gooso from a friend, ar.d  as ho had guests coming to dinner  that evening, ordered of his steward  that it should be cooked.  n Later in tho day the guests signalled t'icir inability to be present,  wheroupon the captain���������through his  sloward���������ordered that tho gooso  should bo postponed,  At .dinner, much lo tho captain's  surprise, on removing tho lid of a  dish, ho found a portion of the goose  hashed. Tho following conversation  then'took place,  Captain���������I thought I lold you, sloward1, to tell cook wo would postpono  tho gooso?  Steward���������Yes, sir.     I told him.  Captain���������Quartermaster, tell my  Maltose cook I want lilm.  Cook arrive-',  Yes, sin*.     You want mo?  Captain���������Did you rccelvo my orders  to postpono this goose?  Cook���������Ye?, car.  Cnptiiln���������-Then why didn't you carry thom out?  Cook���������I did, sur. Thnt am postponed gooao!  Fully Prepared  Percy hnd matrimonial designs on  a benutifiil and rich heiress. If he  could only rIvo hor n demonstration  of his bravery ho knew that ho would  have a llttln JitHtlllcatlon In proposing  to hor. At longtli a brilliant ldr-a  occtirrntl lo lilm. Ho was strolling  with hor along tho waf*>rslili< whon ho  suddenly turned to his fair companion.  I tiny���������aw-��������� ML-sa T**ri*.sa. Could  you- aw���������mana**-*"1 to fall In so that  --aw���������I could wescuo you?  The fair Minn Torosa looked sur-  prliicd.  Hut you can't swim, can you? sho  mild.  ,  Percy wan oon.imeil for a moment,  ii   ,, ,,"i   ,,,.[,   , t... 11     i   , i  *��������� i '���������-* ���������������������������������������������������...... t  ,,   I'm nfrntd 1 ran't. nwlnv but I r,|.  ways carry a police whlstli.*, don't you  know.  Moneylender���������You want to borrow  a hundred pounds? . Well, here's the  money" I-^charge- five-per"_cent'rii"'  month, and as you want-It. for a year  that leaves just forty pcirids coming  to you.  Innocent I^prrowei���������Then if I wanted lt for two years, there'd bo something coming to you, I suppose, eh?  No ono need enduro the agony of  corns with Hplloway's Corn Cure at  hand to remove thom.  A Georgia woman who moved to  Philadelphia found she could not be  co.itented without tho colored mammy who* had been her ' servant for  many years. She sent for mammy,  and tho servant arrived in duo season.  It so happened that the Georgia woman had to leave town, tho very day  mammy arrived. Before departing  sho had just time to explain to mammy tho modern conveniences with  which her apartmont wr.J furnished.  The gas stove was tho, con'trlvanco  which Interested tho colored woman  most.' After t'..o mistress of the  household had lighted tho oven tho  broiler, and tho other burners and  folt certain tho old sorvant understood  Us operations, the mistress huiried fir  l.er t.*aln.  Sho was absent two weeks and ono'  of her flrst questions io mammy was  how she had worried along.  Do ilnost ovor, was the reply, and  you know, Miss Floronce, dat lire  ain't gono out yit.  STRENGTH FOR  WEAK STOMACH  Can Only Be Had Through  Rich  Red Blood.  When the blood is poor and thin  a^d the stomac**. Jn consequence is  imperfectly supplied -, witli oxidized  blood and nerve force, tho digestive  process b'e^omes s)ow and fermentations of the food goes on, with the  formation ot gas and certain acids.  The pressure of the ga3.causes pain  in the stomach; sometimes it affects.  the heart. When the gas is belched  out through the mouth the patient is  .temporarily relieved, the sour risings  in the throat, and the burning sensations in the throat and stomach are  cAused by tho acid fermentations.  There are plenty of things to'neutralize these acids, ov to "sweeten the  stomach" r * It is called, but they do  not euro the trouble. Pure, rich  blood which will tone-up,tho stomach  and enable it to do the work nature  intended It to do'".Is tl r- only road to  a cure. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  make new,  rich," red  blood���������-that  is  whlrtlfeyWf"6"We"irih~^iW  cases of. indigestion."' The following  ia a bit of proof. , Miss Minnie,  Greeno,. of Hall's Bridge, Ont., says:  "About a y*.ar ago I was greatly  troubled with my , stomach.- Everything I ate caused mo pain and dis-"  tress. I would feel as though I waa  starved, but when meal time came tho  sight of food caused a feeling cf loathing. * There were <*ays when I could  not even hold milk on my stomach,  nnd my head would ache so that I  cotiki hardly keep from screaming.  Only those who havo suffered from  stomach trouble know the torlure I  suffered. I t-icd almost every remedy recc-.nmended, but found not tho  hast benefit until I began taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. These I used  for a couplo of months and they worked a perfect cure and I am again enjoying good health and able to eat  freely all kinds of food.'    ���������'  If you are suffering from Indigestion  or any other trouble duo to poor watery blood, bogin to euro yourself today by tho use of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. Sold by all medlolne dealers  or by mail at HO cents a box or six  boxes for $2.CO from Tho Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brojltvllle, Ont.  Mother (after relating pathetic  story)���������Now, Uogglo, wouldn't you  llko to glvo your bunny to that poor  little l;oy you saw to-day who hnsn't  any father?  Hegglo (clutching rabbitl��������� Couldn't  we glvo him father Instead?  would  ho of great'���������r benefit tob-jliijj  The Triangle  Pawl  Well,   George?  Do thoy hnvo winter In :i.miner In  tin' Arctic regions?  Yes, 8011.  And ilo the/ havo Bunim In win-  tv. I.i tho inipk'ii?  Kxiicl ly!  Do they hnvo nprlng In fall In any  placo?  Ilitidly.  Or fall ln tho spring?  If you koop thlH thing up much long-  or. Georgo, you'll got something worsn  than a fall in Um spring; I'll <luc!c you  under tho pump.  The man of, whom we woro told  went into a downtown restaurant a  noon dr ao ago and ordered a substantial luncheon. lie ato It growllngly  nnd whon ho had flnlshoil and recolv-  pd his 'chock marched up to tho cash-  lor's desk nnd slapped down a lino  looking bank notn.  It wa a Confederale bill and the  cashier wns not slow to detect it.  Sho pushed It back to tho customer.  This Ib no good, she nald scornfully,  Neither was thn lunch, answered Iho  patron.     K������vp tho chnngi*", however.  You appear to dinl Iho observation  of persons Interesting.  Yes; I am vory -iiccpbiiuI In llnd-  Ing peoplo out, sahl lho stranger, w;.o  had been watching (he crowd.  What. Ih ycur liu:*lne������B'.'"  A bill collector.  ili'ido (throwing hor nrnin about  thn bridegroom'-- noek)���������You arc my  prldonur for lifo!  HrldCRrootn��������� It's not Imprisonment'  for life,    love.      It's cnpltnl punishment,'  Lifo would ho mlshly nioiiiitoiioiM  If It were nil suni-hlit**.  W. N. U. 952  Easily Managed  Ifi-���������TIipii ynu will o]n\tit wllli mo  to-morrow night?  She���������Yes. I'll '.onvo lho house at  10 o'clock.  Ilo���������Rut will your parents bo abed  by thon?  fllif-Oh, yen���������If I Ml theni ab.j.jt  If!  Voi/ph  Liutli day ami nluhl I'm oii llm ko,  Tbe tire J chauffeur protP-Ktci).  I nover pet a rest, although  I often get arretted,  Dr.  ...ufc.4     ^,  Uio iii lirCviliiUi-ruuili^ it i*J Wutli*.. ' ���������  Mrs. Annie Camehok, Thessalon, Ont,  Women who nro suffering from those  dislrossinif Ills peculiar to their sex  should not loso tslRlit of those fact** or  doubt the ability of Lydia K, Pinkham's  Vopfe'tablo Compound to rosloro tholr  hoaltli,  There aro probably tiumlreria of ihou-  saiidti, pi'rhftps millions of women In th������  United States who have 'heen bcnt-'fiU.-d  by ihi j famous old r.--n;?i3y, which 'am  produccil from root*-and herU over 20  ^imi'i i������j2o hy a woman to reliove wo-  muti's sulTerm*;. If you are������ick and neeJ  ttUvU t* ii'iu-iiclnu, wl>y ilun'l >uu U>" it?  r MiTe? ���������JI?'!/, J,P"p1lfft,II,lJT,pi,i. wr"r,i* t ^llfiSrSvJii^nl? snapp-.l ih* doctor.  Lydia K. rinkluim Mcilliliui to. (cottil-1    Wt;u      If.eft?  dentUI) Ljrnn, Ma������.i. Voar letter iilll, Nothing! exclaimed th*> doctor. I  be opened, read and ������n������������ei*rd by ������'ha<.e mot my malcb In tha n ,.st mi-  womnn and held Io ttrlrt -rnnflrfenre*' iiblo woman ) ovor met.     Morning!  Met Hli Match  C-~- prided himself on being a  I'l  tur������p, decisive character. Ilo ���������successfully endeavored to give the most  omphalic lnHtruulons at a minimum  expoiiHO'of timo and words. Therefore, hia woiiiui patients often Irritated hint by their volubility.  A lady rnmo ono day with a hand  much swollen and Lcarrcd.  Ilurn? ('Wrlcd Dr. C��������� sharply.  I'niHi'.  Pouitico Immediately.  The patient wont homo without  further bother and returned next day.  Hotter? iiiikeil thu doutot lim-sti-iely.  Worm-.  More potiltlcft,  Aiid    tllU    piitiulit    iiinii|iji?.������.l.*.i,    bu.  fow days later.  When Hun Down  in physical condition it is usually becauso tho notion of tlie  organs of digestion has becomo irregular or defective.  Thon thero is need for a safe nnd speedy medicine to relievo  tho ills which occasionally depress even the brightest and  strongest. Tho ono remedy you may take and feci safe with is  BEECHAM'S PILLS  fTh������ Lm-roit Sah cf Anr ttMUInn U l".������ WorM)  Tho first doso givos speedy relief in Bick-headache, biliousness, constipation, lack of appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia,  and lasting improvement follows the timely use of thru favorite and reliablo homo remedy. You will becomo healthier  and stronger, nnd moro cheerful if you let Beecham'a Pills,  Pick You Up  L   IX*TIIT"*',S**iJ'-"V"-*"'���������*������������������������"������������������������'��������� Wtiitlr*������������������.Mti������wamaa.  only hrltiAmii nfietnm,.S������. I|(|tai, U������������������Hir*. KntUtJ.  ���������trottui in f.1(,ij������ ,Bj U. S. Am*ri<������.   I. bout, U c'mi.  I'rroirrJ tn"  Sic!J ivttf |rJ~*-<^rul ���������^W* -Vut.*.*Jk. ", ������C^M,^. j  THE   NEWS;   GUMBERLAJND;   BRITISH*  COLUMBIA:  fiie GumbSi'land. Ii bws ���������  '.r.siiL*d Ivvfcvy by  "Wodtie-Jilay the  wornox   &    Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  'ibi-*- jifipcr will not hold , itself  -pr*-i*-.ib!e for the opinions of 6th-  -, a-* tuny appear iii its columns  .'in lime to tiino.  :f.;:\i-:si>AY .jvly su ioj3  W  ATBR  NOTICE  FOR A LICKSC*' TO TAKE AND -  USE WATKU.  **-."('TlUK i-. hereby givau that Ksijui-  :.���������.������'*��������� .c .'.'auaimn Kail-.vny, of Victoria,  ., 0 will Hi-i'y fi-r fi Iii <*-.?���������.'<*- tu tnko nnd  ���������v������ 100,i\10 j������n!lonii por 'H hours, of winter  rr* t.f Tanuk8 Crei'i*, i-l-ich lioivn in a  ��������� .������������������-!'uily dii\c'i.n throuijh Ncwem-tle  V'-.rin ict in.l tmp'i' b into St.niitB of Geor-  "i; neir ;���������} ra".li-a v.aA of-'Big Qualimim  r'.iv* r. The water wi*ll>o diverted at 12000-*  ���������u, Jtrer. .i from railway n>id will boused  ' -.- P",--ner.il vaihvny \\w popes on tho Imd  '��������� <��������� 'iio.i as Railway Right of Wny. Tliii  . -.*i '.-��������� <*m posited 0'i tlio ground ou the  .ri'Vi iuy of A^ril. 19:0. Tlie applicathn  v.**. ! ia tiled io tho olliee uf tho "vy-iter Reorder a*- Vifcturin, 13. 0. Objections may  be ri'i.-'il wiih the sidd Wntcr Recorder or  wi*-n lho U������r.3piroilir of Water RiyhtB,  Pmliamtiiit lJuilrli"gi", Vice ri*. B. C.  J3SQU1MALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  il, B. BEASLKY  Agent  *>i-ilO* ' my7  9-7ATBR NOTICE  TTT"  FOU  a licences to take and  use water.  that Esqui-  of Victoria,  NOTIOK is hereby fciven  Jin t it Nau-iifao Riilw.-r,  .B.O wi'i apply f->r n l:ctncc tu take nnd  use 100,000 g.ulonB p*rr 2*1 hours, of water  0'i' of .Sandy ('ret.',-, which flows iu a aor-  thcriy i i t'ctio'i throng-i No'-vcautle Dib-  iria .md tmpties int * l)-ep Bay, noar  Eohc-wo I C-eek- The .watur will ba divor  t.d it '.*lo0*- up treitni from Railway imd  ���������vill I'G uBed [or (Tciitrrd Ridw.iy pn/poses  n.i the Iflml describe-.! as l'..*.ilwaiy Right of  W^y~, This n-*P5e~w is pmniSil-Str^thu'  ftrouuil on iho 'A A A y nf April, 1013.  Tiie iii jilicutiun^iil lie lilid in the, office  of. tlio Water Record r at Yictori.i, B. C.  Ol'JKct'-M'B may bo HUA with tlie said  Water Upcoriler <-r ������ith tha Oomp"*.rol!<ir  of. W������ti-r Ki^hts, T,i:-li:iii-,oiit Buddings  \'io-ori'i'! J*i 0,  F^Q.LTI-M.-Wl' & KANATJIO RAILWAY  Applicant  II. K. UJ3ASLKY  Agon'*-.  n-jiIK)* ���������   in j 7  WATER ��������� NOTICE  Province of British  Columbia.  WATER RIGHTS BRANCH.  (Department of Lands.)  APPROVAL OP   UNDERTAKING   OF  TIIK CAMPBELL RIVER POWER -  COMPANY,   LIMITED  -  Whercaa tho Campbell River .Powor  C'lnprnny, Limited, hereinafter cilled the  Company, iu a company incorporated under tho "Companies' Act," 1S07, und ia cm-  powoied, among othor things by ita  Mum r.iudu of Association.  "To apply /or nnd obtain under llie pre-  vinioi*8 ot tho Wtttsr" Act or to purchu o  or othorwiiip acquiro water records or water licoiiaca" nnd  "To construct or operate works for the  supply or utilization of w&rcr uudtr the  Water Act." -v "    ���������'���������  "And whereas the said Company on  tboLTtb Jnuo, 1910, obtained a Wator  L'ccnce, numbered 1901, authorizing the  diversion ol 2,700 cubic fett o������ wator per  second from the Onmpboll River for power purpose'*.  THIS ISTO CERTIFY that the undertaking of the said Carupboll River Power  Company, Limited, for the diversion of  2,700 cubic feet.of wator per f-eoond from  the Campbell River for the generation of  power and for the sale, barter, and ex-  cha- ge of said power within lho foliowirg  described terri'oiy, ia hu'eby npproved  su'ijeet *o iho limitations of Part IX of  the Witter Act and to tho following terms  and conditions:���������  1. Tiie 8a**d approval of the above tm-  dertiking uhali ha expree-ly c nditional  oa theexicution nnd filing of a Bond  with the Cowptrollor of Water Il-ghts.  The said, Bond shall 1)9 in the sum of  twenty thousand dodaia (-3-20,000.00) n>d  ���������hall be by.) tbe* CoDapmy and a Surety  Comp:iay authorized by its th.rer for  the performance of contract-* of this kind.  2. The territory within which the  power geuerated from tiie said w^tor may  be Bold is within a radius of*one hundred  and fifty milea from the power .house if  th6 Company,  3. The amount uf tho capital Block ot  the Company which shall be eub-scribi d  bef jre tho Company chall begiu the construe ion of the worka shall be $50,000 00.  ���������1, Tne amouut of tho capital stock of  jiicCompany^vvhich Bhall be paid up before  TOR A nOKNCf-3 TJ TAKK  Vim WA'L'KR,  AND  NOIJCB h hurcbv tjiven lh.it E-qiij-  malt "A; Nanaimo Kiiiiwiy nf Viotorin,  B. C. will npply'for a lioo.ioi to tu'ca and  nue 100,000 gnlliing per'.M l>o������r.<, of wnter  nm oi ilitidco Cit'fclt, "A'hioh flov/s in ll  rjortlirrly dircctiMi llii'i.ii*n'li Nt-Jaon Uie-  trid. and unpiieH bun Hayno Sdmji] noar  Tb.'ihlo ll. ver. Tin- wati-r will bo divcrli'd  ,-it UO'l-'nWreiim frm-i K.ilwfjy uiid iv IJ htf  UHed for Cieneinl Kail way puipoifi.-i on ilio  bnd dciieribeil ui riiil-va*, nj-Iit ul w������yThi-j  noiicH wnn pouted mi tto unminl on* the  3rd day of April, I'Jlli. The at'tilieiitii.n  wi I he filui ill tfii! i.flioe of tlio Wntor  R enrdnr, Victoria, li.CJ, O jnutioiiB mny  liollli'd wiih tlie Miiiil Willi r Rooordor nr  wiih tlm C'ooiptrnllr-r of U'iih* KighU,  rurliau.ii.it I{-tili!iiij������<', Vicl'ni'i, II. (3:  Bi(2i;i.MAr;r .<��������� nanaimo i<aw������way  Applirant  K.  "I-L  ���������*V  IASI.KY  Ayont  WATER -NO^CB   _.       -\  FOK A LICKNCK TO TAKB ANl'iv*>;  US������ WATKK  NOTICK ii hoi-rby given lli,,t fvi|iii.  m iiv -.-s Nu>iiil no Rmluny, ol YioUria,  1), C. will apply Uu o Iicum-o tn Uku und  vine 1W,0()<) gill ini pi������r -2*1 liour*, of inter  out, ul Hoy Crock, which IIhwh iu a imrtli-  firiy di'ci'.ti'.m thiininli d������tii*x D'inlriot  ntifj omphiw ii.to (Joni'X Miibonr, noar  Tr<' t Kiver. Tub wnter will bo divt-r'.cd  a' 2'jT.O ��������� it ri" 'rum fi'nin H .ilwny ai'd A'ili  Vii> v,y-A fnr ('pnnrnl Uni *** y pit pus m on  Un* land fli'i-iirilir.d iih Kinlivnj 11ifeHI. ot  W.������y. Tl.iH ll'tie*-. Wis piHtcd mi tlm  g.-miltd mi the !)nl day <f Apiil I'.MIj  Thti applicftHon will I a Hied i'i tlio i'lllj������  i-f -ii.r Witlti ������*" k'..������.u -* V: .'.'���������*.��������� *, it f  O j-onoinj mny bu Hlni wi li tlio *Hid  Wnt������r R.'erinlir or with llu C nipt n'li'i  hfW..tfir Mii-htu, Jyiian.i'iit liuildif.g-,  VieWu, K C  KSQUIMAl/rjt NANAIMf RAILWAY  A'lii.'i/'i- ���������  II. K. UKASLKY  /���������'Mi*  tho Company shall begiu'the const-ruotioii  of the works.f-hall be $50,000.00  5. The Compuuy shall begin the const no.ion of the works for the diversion of  the snid water and f.ir. t!"0 generation ol  tho eaid power on or before the 30th day  of September, 19M, and beforo that date"  ihill obtain from the Comptroller of Water Rigbls, his approval of the plans for  the ganstrnction of the said worka under  the provisiono of the Wutor Act and Amending Acts bb now iu force or as may he  in forca ut the dato of such Approval of  I'l-iuB. The plain- a d 6pecificutioiiB shall  he died-for approval on or before 3l*atcday  ..f July, 1PU.     ���������.*  0. After beginning the contraction of  tho works tho Company ahiiH -submit  Bcni-annuiiUy to thu Comptroller of Water Rights a progroHH report-.  7, The Company shall complete Uie works  for the development of fifreen tlnnis-uud  (15,000) horbe powor imd havo th*'i*-i in i\:*  tu������l opiration i-u or h '. n- the 301 h il:*y of  September, 1017..  8. Tho Company f-:li;i!i p.i*. fcr-naally  huoh fue aa mfiy bi* in lorrc i*.' iiii-i .'lau  .crsiioh ���������ijjumil ite um mriy l- likvA 1-y Hny  (uluroiegur.tio:: ir oncj-t.'r.i.r.t,  0. Any I*iiiji,in������-i*-r vt;*.i"ii.ii.'*J ':./ -jho  Minifi'or ������if Lu'-uls l'iit-ij.i:i -puij*. \-i- s-mll  hivo fr.-e acccia to r.il4������'-nXi. i.m" :])���������; 'v.irkn  ^* " . l. ,'-������**������������������ .���������*  for tno purpriru of inn'J-":!,'v,i;* lli'v u-ifii^fi* d  of iiBccrliii'iii.j*. th-tt t!.'* '"!t)iui'"ti.ii-ii(iia  thereof ii in icoOkLii;-'* *.v,!i. '.I'ti-phiiiH  and i-peo I'lJiitu u-. bwrx-;, i ; i-o:A ti>.  10. The light, of CU-.-.U*'!--" -.I*.* '.i j. ,'9 jii  Crown Laud-) ol C, c I'm*.... -��������� ,-';���������;!i'u..; *.r^  oxoroiiied ontil pt.ir.i i;*',i,,-. ;.. n'  od na prnviJed b> ..��������� ?tlo(. '*2;. ���������  Act and tlia RuIob luui'e ti-,j'ryrii.Hor^y  11, Tl'-> tlaM oi o.v\ ,* rhv't'i'Jtj'.W'irkb  on private lui.d '.lm|i u*-'. bo i, .rc'sul^x,*  uept tlie poiuiii i���������'cjii *if iK- o ,.-./U,i bcui  obtoiund or Ihi; jir.vlji -rio ';>.' Vftrt 'AIII  .-of tho ������..i'l Aci I'avo i-cen f!Tj?i-*ii������mi wjili.  *'Ya������ U'li������ rl-i,ii..f,"',hoi>ji*-V.qii!3ff work*-  along oroq*iroii-i i'.lpl'Wi^'.i'iJHaii moc bo ox  orciiwd except���������vtj'"';i>'i!|jii-prruiiHfliui of tlio  Mimintor tjt YnKx Wnrin, ur ll Bald  highvayn.B'f������ withiu it '*miii>.i|i!.llty, \,ith  onttho porrciii-Mion i.J tin* Coi'uoil of tlio  Mwuieir'nIilyihR*' bf������n obt'-i'ied ii������ provld.  ed icupeoiivofy l-y i'-jotlo'i** -Tl '.'nil l!7t! ol  tho Wat������r Aot,  :-"        WM. u. HOSfe'  ��������� o*-ni',iu  tl,.',W'i"  Dated nt, V.c-iu.  (I  *.������) .',i,- r\t Lilian  ,/'!  S,E^:j;-ft-H.H"'U-fi:.li  i  Starts    priday,   duly   18th   and  Continaes antil Thursday the 31st  SS This SALE  i- ^  Cook'* Cotton Root Cempnv>.<..  TbD irrw-it Utcrlnu To..   ,  ���������pnly  kvifo, nH'oriij-ii   iifap������nWofnif'V'bleli tA'"i ��������� u'  >i  depend.  Hold In l-nin ������������������;>,*���������''��������� ���������  otiUui(ttli-Nff. '. ?J;   -y  10 ilcirr-ve-* utroinror, W| tit.  for rsiM������el������l caws*, *i pv.' I* '  BoM l>y nil uvunulnU >' ������*n*  OO..T������M!������TOf0NT. 1ltrmtrtitW***4  WE are giving Great Reductions oa all Dry Goods  Gent's q   ^Hgigh-igEg^ and  Footwear, "^      ~~  It has always been pur  policy not to carry goods  over beyond their season.  We stop at no sacrifice to  make this one of the greatest sales ever held in  this district.  This will be more than  verified when you come  OCT:  !  \  GOODS   BOUGHT  AT THIS SALE  NOT RETURNABLE  i  i*  IW-^ttW-jw*!**^*  '.vmzmwwM  mim&Mimi^:jtm������m  B  TERMS" OF SALE CASH  _ ii ' __  Don't Forget Date & Place. Watch Posters  fphonc 10  Diiii  i.i  ��������� '**��������� ly  ��������� G.-8   ,  ���������feia  DQaepARIiAflB  BJROS.POBoxlo������  T*32Mi  tM*fl+A. ���������> ,/<rt>i.:VXiK f ;���������.;-������'<..'. ������*.-���������< J '���������-���������-I  ~t.  THE : NEWS,   Ct)xMBERL^ND,   BRITISH   COtUMBIA.  M  NOTICE.       ' ~;   -:.  Vancouver .Land District. ���������'  (/Dh*trict of Vancouver.  vSTAKE.^NOTICE that I, George  Verdier, o'f���������"���������' Ca m pbol 1 Ki ver, occupation, Cruiser, intends.-, to; apply  for permission to purchase the fallowing described lands:���������-Commen  cing at a post planted at the N.E1  corner of Timber Limit 43146,  ihence west 80 chains, thenceNorth  20 chains,'thence east -80 chain?,  to tho shore line,, thence south 20  cluins more or less along the shore  line to the place of beginning.  GEORGE VERDIER,  Name of Applicant  Dato, February 26ih, 1913   -  NOTICE  Sayward Land Distriot.  District of  Sayward,  '   TAKE   NOTICE   that    Justin  Dorr of upper. Vuldi-z Island, occupation farmer, intfcwla to apply for  pormii*>sion to purchase the following described lauds *  Commencing  at a poft planted  10 chains east ot  Hyacinth   Lake   atid    10  chains  south'of N. \V. corner of J. D. pre  emptiim, thenco  10 chains went  lo  lake, thence in a south-easterly'du*  ection, 10., chains along  the  shore  of the lake to the intersection of J.  , D. line, thence north 10 chains lo  point of commencement, contain-  ing in all live acres more or le*-***.  , ,     JUSTIN DORR,  Name of Applicant in full  Date, March 8th, 1913  **^***mt^*tm*****mi^^mmmim^**t*tma^mai*Mm***m*t^a**������***mm*^^****^^  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In tjjk matter of an application for a fiesh Certificate of Title  toXot 64.-[Hup 311] Towneito'ol  Courtonay. ���������  NOTICE.is hereby >iven of my  intention al the expiration of one  calendar month from the first publication,I lereof to it-sue .a fresh Certificate of Title in lieu of theCerti  -ficate-of���������1-itlin���������issued���������to- Joseph-  .McPhee on ilie 30ih of March' 1905,  and numbered 40990C which has  been lost. ��������� ���������  Dated at Land Registry Office  Victoria, B C.,, this 21st day of  December 191-2.**  S   ,Y. WOOTTON.  Registrar General of Titles.  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev������*ry convenience for guests.  The Central Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the. lieu of Wines and Liquors  O     ���������* ���������  at die Har.  RATES  REASONABLE  T3  0  0  u  X  u!  <  John Johnston,   Prop  T3  O  O  OO  c/)  CD  \  r  i  i  ii  t  0  ���������4-J  r-i  d  ��������� ������~i  t/i  fa  O  U  "S  4-1  tr.  w  twH  ���������u  tn  ���������Ut  <U  0/)  <  b/3  c  u  O  ti   \M  Union Steamship Co. of B  .;    THE. S. S. COWIGIIAN, WILL SAIL AS UNDER  -NANAIMO DEN MAN ISLAND-UNION- BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ' , '   Leava Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p, in.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p. in.'  ' Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6a. m.     -. Leave/ruesday noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. iu,     Leave Tuesday, 11 it. in,*  Leave Nanaimo,0 p.,m, Tuesday.' Arrive Vancouver U.30 p.m.   -  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo,     11,30 p.m  Anive Union Bay,,Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox,-Sunday 8.a.uu Depart'4.p.in.'-  ..     Subject,to change without notice.  To whom it may concern:���������  This is to notify the public  ihat nil freight charges ou bonded goods denied nt Union Day  for tlie Comox Valley must be  paid before goods cnu be forward  ed. By order  -Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co.  4f**$*5 "W'ootl'tt ^hor,plio4faioi  4?<4l*\\-!'*1\ The Ortr.t  JinvHth   JUmnly.  3\?w JT  **-Y *''������������i"^*nrt 'iivlf'owwwtlio-.vlioio  fr^yl\^fl������.ll' i'-'OVU  H'.AlCllli  -W-lPcW-lsuMin old Vcl'  DRINK  teener'  S>Sxj)SX5)������(5)������������������������^ ������������������������SXsX2>&!  The purest and best BEER, and  -  made in Cumberland.  'COUVRIGHT.  11 IO II  J.    M".   McLEOD      "P-ROS-E.lETor.  English 4 r. BUIITON alw������ya on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEKR-J-Anhonser, Bobmnian, Suhltz, ko". "OLD GREY BKARD"  SCOTCli WHISKY. BeBt Wines-and Liquors of all kinds'  The hoarding and Lodging D-partmenfc, under tlie immediate supenntenJcnoo  will.l>j toui d First olasa In every, reepeot..,.  SHARES H4 T{4E  ,  iiiukcu   niv;  na, iJurttA'iii-i'  ATES,  ipi.oo per day upwards  ^tWf^-ffltifrlfW^^  offer   3^011   a safe  and.. sound   investment   witlr a;:.   .  good return on your money as well as an enhanced value1'from now on.  A Company with. NoPromotion Shares.  ..  A Company'with i to    own fiscal agency. ������������������<     , .  A Company   that will look sole!}/, to  the wellfare   ,  of its shareholders.    Shanes.are now selling at >$i  r:'t   -for all   cash,   or   on   the   easy   instalment   plan,      ,  Gali_ot* send fop a Ppospe-stus to*-day  Brewers' Dried Grains  y  Better, Cheaper. Than Most Dairy Feeds  =Vaneouver-Milling=&=Graisi:GompanyrLtdr  Distributors N ^NAIMO, B. C.  (B-cimwu MUBB&BB&txmmjuiA Mtm������r^rtmmaai junjaiiimiiiLUtBij^^aatt^^  General  The   Mercantile  uenerai   Agency,  Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., Ltd*  Head, offices :  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Building/;Corner View and Gov't.,  Streets, .Victoria. B. C    |  Phoue 3243 * '   Geo. Abbott, Mauagiug Director,, n  -* ��������� ������������������ -Tr-  "We "Build Homes and Make Loans."  I.  ) e7������G������<S^������������sX������^^ <)������������������������@������������  <i5>.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  ���������SaywflrJ Land District.  Diulriot of Su-zwurd,  TAKE NOl'ICE tbatjCJoorflO Stucke, of  New Vork,' K. Y., occupiti������ti   cugincur,  iutoinlH to ppiily fcr ���������..ormi'li-i.-i) to pur-  tlmiw   ibe  following   domniboil laadm���������  Commaiieicg at 11 punt plantod 20 cliuinu  ooiilli i.f tbu norlli-iiufrt comer of lot 5*">J,  tl.eii.ifl east CO chiiiim, thenco north 40  chum*', thonco   wont  20   chiiinii.   tliouoo  noutli 1Q ohama (0 jioiut of cotiunonco-  mtnt uontaiu'tig HO iii-rati moro or Ii-hu.  OE0K0E STUt;KB  Fifthfit- M .^GnfaUiiiB, Agent.  D-ato Juno lOtli. JlllS.  Buyward Land Dibt ict.  DiBtrlob of S'yward,  TAKHKOtluB ������lut Ouorge Clurle������  Sloiii', u( Noiv Vuik, N. Y.i ocoiip.itiuii  clnrk, intondu to apply to' pori-iir-siou' t-'  purolm-o tlio followli (j dt^criljcd Undb.*--  (.Viinnionoiug ut a P'-hI- pliii'lnl 40 oh-iiiu  wo-it and 20 clniiim ii"rili uf cho north oil**!  uoi in i* of ]ot SO-i, Uiuiio-i- ciiHi -10 cluiun,  iJiDiici HCiUh i!0 cliuiiiH lluiiii'O w<'������t 40  cluiiiiH, tl. u c n rtli 20 ohttlaw to -joint 0'  vi'iiiniouo-iDu-ut c'i'iiuiiiiiitf B0 uuilm more  ur lain.  aKONQKCHARLES8T0KK  Fiflhci* M. Ouh'i-Iiih, Agont.  DnUiiKinol'Jili, 1012.  SnyvMiril Liuid Dintriot.  l)i������tilot of SivMiird.  TAKK NOTICK tl nl Cliarlisr, IVnny of  Vttinii'iivor, II. C; ixumpati.m coutriio'cw,  int'iuUto upi'ly for iibiiiiUnion to juir-  c!i������������'i iboifollu.'.inx'J dutiii ibotl liind-ii���������  (.'mniaoncii'K at , a poi-t jilnnt'id nt tin  Smdli owl ooiii'H of lot flTH. tlu a* worn  lllfilmillH, tlitinmi son Hi Hi) oliniim, ihmoi-  t'dnt 10 oliiiinn, tji������*i.c- ncr li 8 > ohabia to  pnint of (������iiiiimriiiii'iiiuii( ("olit^ini U JWU  iMsnw moru or Um,  C/1.1 *;.'..'������ r-..-*.-.vv  l* hllCI    M. I'iaaklll.*, Arf0'*t.  Dutcil JuiP'lOsh, 1012.  Sny*������nrdj,Lai'd DiHtriut.  Dhlrict of S.iywnrd.  TAKK.tNOTlUBgtliut   Hmry   Alfred  Ho s, of Now York, Now York, occupati-  Say\v&rd L-M'd Pulliet.  IJUtrict nf Sny ward,  TAKE ���������NOTICE tb������t Jobu Ar-hur Da'y,,  of New Yoik, Now York, i.oou"***tio-- olwrk  onclectiieian, inteui?B to apply furpi-'rmis    iute-id-i to npply  for peruumwu to pur  ion to purraisniou to puroluuo the folio*  iug deiioribed l[indi.'.--(.;ommoncin^ ut a  post plantod Rd the^Bnulb oftst corner of  tho uorlh wes-i qiinrtcr of lot 583, thence  ���������1C chniuBomit, llicuce 40 chaim roitb,  tbeuco -10 ohaiii8"wo!.t, tlioiw' -10 ebajini  uouth to pi int ut cjimi* ncucouiont ciulfciu-  iog 100 auroK uioro or 1 ns,  U'-N'-l-  AliFKKD   ttlidS  Fif-liei- M. Ujfikins, Agent,  Dated Juno 2-lth, lOli!.  fcuyward Lti'd District.  Uiatrct of .Sujwaid.  . TAKE NOTICE   that  WiHlaxa  John  r-jullivmi, Now York, N. Y.,   ooonpatiou  clerk, intoadfi to a|))>ly for p-jruiifhion to  imrohaao Uio follo#inir  tho tollowiiif,' dea-  orilkd landu;-���������t'onuueucii'K Ht    a   pool  ]ilnntod 10 oliniiiH Hiiiitli fiom tbo Koitth-  oust rornor uf bt 5711  (on po.it fi71) tho'icr  ii'-rlli HO cli'iins, ili'iicj  Bunt B0 ol.ni'in,  tllOIICD   BUUtll   SO   oll.lijU,   tllODC'l   wnl   Hi)  flmliiH, to point of ou-iniiuuoi.'mYUt con-  tiii.,i'ig 010 .e-cH in nro or latt.  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  FinLorM, Uaiikiuv, A^uat.  Ditto Juno t!l������t, I'Jl'J,  clinie 'be foH'.'Vii)g dwnribod Jundi*!-  CVmmeneiog nt a po t pluuud ut ibu  Boutli-oai>t corner of Leai-0 W,- tbaioo.  Houtb 80 (.'bairn, tbtneo wtut 80 oliu-ii.--,.  tln'iicenoitb 80 chaini, ihraco <������it'lj<i-  ('luiics to puiit of comtuccocuu ul couUiii.  ing 040 acroi moro or'lmu.  JOHN ARTHUR DALY  FihIici* 14. (Jatkititi, Agont.  Ditto Juno 2'ltli, 11H2.  Saj ward Liu J Ui-'it-riiil.  District ol ti o wind,  TAKIi NOTIOK  Unt   Walter  Itoldl-  l-5'i-t, , (.������     New    York.    Hew     y<������tk.  ocoupution    laborer,   i.)Uud������ to   nj-j>!y  fo>* psrH.iiJdiiiii to piucbiivi tho   foTyHivf;  di'soribtd laidj'���������Cmiilimnoii-K "������������������   '������ I u-t,  plnnteil 1*20 ihuiaa  wed nud   ID oV-Uiji  north ol the uuulh-ocit  curr-or ������f  Ivim>)  ���������ifi, iIhij-wI-' south ikOub.inn. Uioucu wnt ay  chi'iiw     tliDllOO   n.otli   80 uli fi I Iih,    lllUU'O,  wct-it -10 1'1.,'iiua to pcml of uui.i*U'>iiu.ru.-ii*l  0 lutaiuiu'; 3'.'0 ucrcn moro or iti'H.  WALTKU V.VVhhl. UKHT  FinborM. Givkiyi, Atont,  DiloJunV.nth, l'Jl'J,  {/ormtfi  There is no better wayof making the people think of you   than  by placing an Ad in The NETRJTS.  "NuffSaid.''  C. H TARBELL  *ttn*taM***m*iim mm******  4  HIGH GRADE STOVES  A������/i nil  KJTOHFW    I/TKN1W.S  Sportsmcns Goods  i mid  \ General Hardware  SiiywAiil Luiil Dihlrirti  U:iil,'iul. of .S*������ywii'd.  TAKE NOTICE tlmt Willlnm AukkwI  IJiHChofl, <f Now l'ork, N. Y., oooupa-  lion clork, inUuiU to upi'ly for *������oriulHi*ion  to (iiucbAvo Uio following doaoribed  Iinnl:��������� Cuiiiiii-suriiiK nt a poat plnuttd  :������) 1 haiiii e;nt am) 40 uhuiiu noitli of tlie  noitb-v.ovt corner of lot ftWJ, tlwiwo vont  TiO ob.'i'iM mon) Or lery.   lo lot Wl, thruO**  ���������10 oluiiiH touth u'o }��������� tiift bouuilary  <f  ,.--... -������������������ 1  ���������     1  |IJb  .101 I    ���������������'  -.."A1  **������'>������   ^ .   *.*' "I* -I   ***-.--   *>*    ���������������     -  U. Uw.u Jt', Ibuuri* lurtli 10 chniuii In  '.oiol of ojuiiuoin-ciuuut conUiulutf -W  tote* more nr Imt.  WILLIAM AUUAUHT lUSCHOl'K  l'ii-JioJ*M.(/a*l'.iij������, A������oiifi  lUU JIUiv 'AMI, /<M'i  Saywitni Lu.d OiflMiut,  bixtiuit of i'-Jaynnnl.  TAKE NOTICE" tint Ouarl h  fleriy  litiiil,   of   Npw York,   N. Y-.   i������oupatiiiji  ��������� .Uv-unw, I l '-di ���������-" ������V\Ay .'or p-rnri^ii'i-i  t. p ircliMc Ilio fo'l wiiiir iliH-jiiU) I luid������i  I j"4||i|jii-i ol-i|{ Hw IV    phi    l.Iitlil.d    t.i    '.Li.  until oait onriicr uf M tt'ti, tnvriCn uortli  j'JD bict'*. IKi.uCj wn/. 'i'i thuint-, tli-.-..i'  i fiouth 2<( chit'ii*-, tliwifn ititl '.V) ih-int t<>  NOTICE  Auy person ur ["ersuus, cutliuK,  riMiiuviiig, or tukiug nny Mwoki,  timbor or wor������l, 0!' -...v d������-'*Hcrij)tl������<Ju  jultii^jinf*- to tlie AV������Hiii*j������t-.in Col.  linry C-o"y., 01 from or oil the I jiJ  ot tlio'sni-J -Company, or anyono  tippiii|J[ nibbiali of any ���������lesw-i|>lion  iinvwhero upou tiie wnnpRiiy'ii  Uiiul will l*c jiro-iecutcd to tlio full  I'Xtt-nt of tlie law.  W. J,. COUl.SOX,  1   M  Co 11  IW'V  '  0,T.  win \z.  It.iliiig 0:1 loci.iiintivfc.  *i*ay cars oi   t:iu   i.'inoi*  i^oj/iiiiiiiv I iv nn v   ������������������-"���������"���������ui  I. r ������ ������ ���������  wtic���������cxcirpl UiinciiV. - :  |tn)hil*'ttf������l,      Ksi'Ml n->.\r.  ne U' rli(*iui**-'.tl for ni 1 ������"������������������)} 11 ���������;  -11 iw  ;*.i.l   ruil  I'mi'n-ry  . r    |.<. f.  ,- ���������f'lrii.tljr  ���������*:*'   ������*.i!v  i (nol   nf   voiiiiin 11 fiiii'iit   t'Oiit'itiiii*;   4lt  ' jit.* im. ix or lo'*.  rn'.\*:i.i*/< iii'.N'.tY ni:**T|  F|..l)(-r \I. 0\ilt\uf  Afi'W-1  J'-v or-icr  W.  CfXV'i-d M -*'.\:tfr.' S^t. l-*H** ���������1H.>ital������.^^Mni.lt,FH>1,������ u> ���������������(*  ���������MM ��������� ������^n> Hh ���������i J*r������^fo������MP*.������ I.WV'  WP������iPWiWP������i(HPi|MBHOI  ss  the raws. "cun-nronTiAflD,'i*. a  M  ���������* i  "fe-  C*M.l  " XTIONS  ���������*5^"**"  ETJ  MANY BRANDS OF BAKINO  ."** POWDER CONTAIN ALUM WHICH  IS AN INJURIOUS ACID. THE INGREDIENTS OF ALUM BAKINO  POWDER ARE SELDOM PRINTED  ON THE LABEL. IF THEY ARE, THE  ALUM IS USUALLY REFERRED TO  AS SULPHATE OF ALUMINA OR  SOD1C   ALUMINIC   SULPHATE.  LIW  *U.*CI\._,.. .  mcoNtwff  -uun-**!  SINS UOM*}  CANADA  AND WH  PLAINLY  5.   W.  POWDER  ALUM  MAGIC  BAKING  CONTAINS    NO  THE ONLY WELL-KNOWN MEDIUM-  PRICED BAKING POWDER MADE IN  THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN ALUM,  ICH HAS ALL ITS INGREDIENTS  STATED   ON    THE    LABEL.  GILLETT   COMPANY   LIMITED  WINNIPEG        TORONTO.   ONT.      MONTREAL.  R.HTA,  AINli NO Al;lj  -���������-* ������.. . "-TL.JP  False Economy  Tlin manager���������Tho senior partner  wauls us-lo Iind u berlh for tliat son  ol" liij. ifo, .says lie doesn't expect  tho 1 ouso to -nay tlm anything���������so  thoro'11 be a paving here.  The biiperlnt-endent.���������I don't see it.  Of course we'll have to hire a nian to  do Hi'? work.   fie    '  Tli;i(,-sald the futunst, pointing  pointing proudly to the canvas with  which 'ho had just finished. Is my af-  tunjit to interpret the Infinite.  What, did the inilnito ever do to  yon? asked lho innocent bysiundeiv  An elderly -nli* woro making their  first, visll  to, a Mew York playhouse.  Well, Sarah, remarked tlio old gen-  tlpnifin, at the conclusion of the first  act, don'i you think wo'd hotter' be a  leaving?  Why, no, Miram! The show ain't  half over yet " n  Well, tt. says on.this here program  that three days elapse between the  first and second acts, and I'm dnrned  if 1 want to set here that long.  Visitor--What was the-matter with  lhe man they just brought in? "  Doctor���������Stuck his head through a  pane  of glass.  Visitor���������How* did-he look?*   ,"  Doctor���������Hia face wore an injured  expression.  'Lady���������Why, you naughty boy, I ne'v-  (. ��������� heard such language since the day  f was born.  Small Boy���������Yes, mum; I 8'pos'e- dero  wu/. a ?ood deal of cussln' de day .you-  wuz -born.  Brown���������Tho facial features plainly  Indicate character and disposition. In  selecting your wife, wore you govern-  . ed hy .her chin?  .Tones���������No; but I have heen ever  since we married.  A Famous Comedian  , Arthur Roberts, the well-known  comedian, in his early days was a  humble clerk by day, and at night  kept London in merriment. liis fellow-clerks never imagined for ono moment that the comedian everyone was  talking about was the quiet youth who  sat amongst thom. Roberts enjoyed  the situation, and perplexed the office  by sending- tickets with Mr. Arthur  Roberts' compliments.  At last his musical work becamp so  heavy that he had to resign. Ono of  tlu; clerk's ventured to ask if he had  got another situation. Oh, yes, I  have an evening, job. That won't  bring you In much money, laughingly  calculated the clerk; you had better  stay on here with your good wages.  But Roberts did not think so, and  casually mentioned that the evening's  work brought him about ?200. Then  of course, he had to -divulge tho secret that he was no" other than the  great comedian.  Minard's Liniment used by Physician*-:  1        ii  A- friend once wrote Mark Twain a  letter, saying that he was in very bad  health and**concluding:  Is there anything worse than having toothache and earache at the same  time?  Twain wrote back���������Yes, rheumatism and St. Vitus dan-ce.  Red Tape.In Franca  A remarkable story.of what official  red tape can accomplish comes from  a seaport in" Brittany'. It appears  that the sanitary .department had an  old plug for stopping up pipes' which  had become useless through age. Tho  chief of the department accordingly  applied to tho minister through the  official channels for permission to Incur the necessary expense to replace  tho plug.  Tho minister after long refloctlou  asked if the plug really couldn't.be  used a littlo moro, and threo witnesses had to certify In writing that It  couldn't. Finally the minister notified the department, still through tha  official channels with all tlie tisual delays, that a new plug might bo  bought.  Then the question of what lo do  with tho old ono arose. Tho chief  of the department through tho official  channels, askod if ho might glvolt to  the port authorities to be sold for tho  benefit of -.'.o fishermen. After  thinking it over the minister said it  could be done, but tho port authorities refused tl.e present on the ground  that*-it waa not"1 worth the cost-of  accepting'it. **  Il was then necessary lo inform the  minister by an official memorandum  signed by tho two chiefs of the refusal, and to ask permission to burn  the old plug. But the minister's  ideas of economy revolted against the  sacrifice. Couldn't it bo used for  something else? he asked���������through  the' official channels. Two exp'erts  were then -engaged to certify that the  unhappy stopper, was good for nothing  at all. Only then did the minister  authorize the destruction of the Implement, on condition that, the chief  sent an official certificate of the destruction.     This was done.  It'might be added that when it was  new the stopper was worth,, exactly  30 cents.  Fleeced  Brown���������I  got mixed up ln a real  estate deal last week.  Browne���������Did you?  Brown���������Yes, they did.   ,Thoiightfu|_Jane_  FOR YOUR  BATH  SNAP  It Imparts a dellnlitful stow of vigorous  lienlthtothcsklaanillMVPi  It. smooth nnd soft. Kec'i  yeur -kl'ldtci' kiwii nnd  hands clean-ft UU SNAP. It  (jota till) woii.  Your Peilcr Sdls Snap.  San the Ctupont,  Snap CimiiiairLiniltiil.Moflrcil  Twenty minutes* for refreshments!  bawled, the conductor as* he passed  down tho, aisle. ���������  A little girl with raspberry jam" en  her chin plucked him by tho sleove.  You need not stop the train on our account, she said timidly. We are going  to eat ours right In the car.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your dragR-lst wlll refund money If TA7.0  0INTMI3NT falls to cure any case or Itch-  ing',  Blind,  Bleeding; or Frotrudinif lJlle������  ,n C io 14 days..  60c.  One day littlo Laura came Into the  kitchen and found her grandmother  shelling peas' Afler watching her ,a  moment Laura said: Oh,, grandma,  please let mo help you 'unbutton the  beans.  An old lady, travelling for. the first  time' in a large city, saw a glaring  sign on the front of a high building  which read:' The Smith Manufacturing Company.  As she repeated .t aloud slowly she  remarked to her nephew: Lawsy  mercy! Well, I've heard tell of Smiths  all my life but I never knew where  they made 'em.  Absent-Minded  Nellie (calling to her sister)���������I'm  going to make somo lemonade, Mary,  Whero Is the squeezer?  Mary (in a brown study) ��������� Tho  squeezer? Oh, ho hasn't arrived yet,  but I'm expecting him any minute.  Keen Mind  First ("Merle--Jf you fool ������lck why  don't you (ink tho bosa for n day off?  Second Clerk���������I'm afraid ho might  realize how little I'm needed'here!  Now, I'llmer, said a teacher of tho  Juvenile class, what Is the meal wo  eat In tho morning called? Oatmeal,  was tho piompi I'tfjily.  Teacher���������-John, can you loll mo  what Is meant by a steward?  John���������A steward is a jfla.* who  doesn't mind his own business.  Teacher���������-Why, whero did you get  that Idea?    ���������  John���������Well, I looked it up in tho  dictionary, and it. wild: A man who attends to tlio affali'H of others.  Hello���������But. do you think yen and  Jack avo milled to each other?  Noll���������Oh, porfectly." Our tastes  are quite similar. I don't euro vory  much for him, and ho doesn't caro  very much for mo  Lttui widyou tur  ioot,'Thtvolullou  ofthtCamim"���������  *n IntttnUtit  hnlary tftattutt,  Itahttit'tiocUar,  fimfilt jiKrifitlftt  tf tki PwMtH  Prirft ftanfi���������nm-  p[tti(*iViry<fitoj/f  KiaJhl this ttti U  llht t*wt������i������( '*���������>  Wf* ttl'l/.  Stndfor a copy.  ��������� ���������,  Povton  iif <"i i  Save 30%  on your New Range  Thai's about $20.00 isn't it? And you can  save it by ordering direct from tlie factory (the  biggest malleable range plant in Canada.)  Dominion Pride Range it the range you would  chooja nt any price���������a beautiful steel range tvi'tli  unbreakable doon, castings and lids of malleable  iron���������a ranijo thai saves coal���������-a range so solidly  built that with care it will lust a lifetime.  And you can wcure a Dominion Pride Kange bv  rnakin*-* a small psyment with your order��������� the balance on termt to suit your convenience.  Dominion Pride  Tliouiandi upon thousand** S,i  of Canadism have sent to us  direct for their rangei, ,  a'nd We have yet to hear fl|������Sj'  ������ complaint. Our un* II    '  .Mountains Resemble .Women  Mountain's might easily be compared with v.'o.men. Th������y are as Infinite  in variety, they a'tract, t!'.ey repel,  they take savage delight in coldly repulsing the advancos of their admirers. ' Yet neveHheless the appeal of  them both is eternal and as omnipotent r.s any spell the gods have cast  ^"yjer'meni Further*-a-rnaii-has -only-  to learn that a woman Is dangerous  to find a delightful elusive fascination  in her. It is like charm in tlie conquest of inaccessible peaks which sets*  tho blood of tho climber astir, which  acts as li'Circollke spell in augmenting the death roll of the mountains.  You may prove this from any history  of Alpine casualties. Each 'grim  tragedy of the mountains- whets the  appetite of an ever-increasing army of  adventurous spirits. Mont Blanc,  monarch o." the European giants, can  betaken as an illuminating examplo of  this curious trait In human nature,  Each fresh accident on Mont Blanc  serves only to engender tha call of  the mountains in ' greater hosts of  climbers. To such people new casualties advertise but one fact; the  mountain has won the tussel with  some poor follow rr other, and thoy  sot their teeth determinedly, and vow  that" a lliio fate shall not overtako  them. ' As a rulo lt doean't. Yet  thoir excessive caution against ono  wily enemy blinds them to others ot  greater danger. Some ot theso  ollmbers' stories nro chronicled ln  stono behind tho while church at  Chamounlx. Thoro you may see a  grove ot bleached crosses. Thoy speak  eloquently of the battle belwoeu man  and inexorable nature.  Well Known at Eton  Lord Lytton was soatod ono day at  dinner next, to a lady whoso name was  Hlrch, and who, tradition says, waa  beautiful, if not ovor-intclllgem, She  snid. fo hia Excellency:  Aro you acquainted wllh auy ot the  Birches?  Replied his Exjellency���������Oh, yos, I  knew Homo of then. moBt Intimately  while ut lClon; indeed, more Intimate  ly than I cared for,  Sir, replied tlio lady, you forget  ihat the Birches aro relatives of  miiio.  And yet they cut me, said tho Viceroy,, Bui, nnd ho smiled IiIh wonted  mnlli', 1 hnvo nover felt moro Inclined  io kin** lhe rod than I do now,  Mrs. Birch, ,hiuI to say, did not boo  tho point, and ho tho gOBi-lps havo lt,  told her IniHliaiiil thai IiIh Kxcolloncy  hml insulted her,  Canada Malleable & Steel  Ranff* Minuraehirinf Co.,  . uunxo  *     OSHAWA,  Send ft fr*t wpr it 7o������r book  "Thi Bv0l������U<O'tt'������ru*������ Cooktlove."  NAI4B-w~  AODRISS-  c^ndlti^till  guarantee  ftbifi W������h every ranne. I  ���������anm*ii  S*  W������p������jr  Freight  "**������������������*���������$*.'  A young womnn fnllo.l to pni-.ii luir  oMiinlnutlcm fi.r nppoliuiiiont an teacher ]'n thn publli! school of u small  town.  Her mot her ivri3 terribly dtsnppolnt-  ed and dot-lded to interview ono of tho  ���������W'lnillHTH.  I ntn sorry, m-vlam, tho mnn snid,  tlmt your iluiii;htcr did not pacH hor  cvamlnailotiH, but lliero Ib nothing I  enn <ln nhnul it. You know, mndam,  Hint uo ono lu to blame but liorfielf.  kilio co iiicwiii*! t-.*.iUiiinil i'i.v Hamuli wralhfully. Well, sir, jiorhnjiH  you -'.on't know that thom examiner.**  nuked hor rpi-.stloua about loin of  things that happened years and years  ticfor.- ������lie waa born.  Of an old ScoIUhIi report or In at-  tondanoo nt oiu> of Lord UoBcbery'fl  mcctl*if*f-, thla Incident la told: LorA  Rosebory was very solemn as ho approached liifl peroration, nml the meet-  In**:, under tho glamor ot hiu eloquence  tat buhlied In c������ lu'Aiiirauii alter*Uun,  All at oneo a drop of moisture douched itrr.-If from the [-lai*-] roof nnd  fell with a splash on the bald hem] of  tho old reporter. Wha'M that split-  tin? he- -Jojn-ujdfiJ In a loud and l-jdlg-  mint ScotiUh uroom. 'Hie nuillenco  burnt lino such a rou* of laughter  that It was gome Hum hvloro \h,; no-  bUi lent co'ifif {iriii'i-'.vf Thf-** rrnry  affords an illustration of the i ml lifer-  <mco to tho moRi*. r-xnl'o'l fllfuhtfl of  our I'Ojillcal orators which familiar-  Hy often brt-t-di. fn tUe old an**! svanun-  ������<I reporte.*.  THE BIRD AND TREES .  Tree Life Depends on Protection of  Insect-Eating Eird"*  Each woodpecker hi tbo United  States is worth $20"in cash,' when the  value Is estimated on the value of tho  good that this bird docs to trees, says  tho Manchester Union. Other birds  aro worth'sums proportionate to tho  good that'*they d Tho 'nuthatch  creeper and chickadee- are worth from  ������5 to ?1G, varying with the locality and  tho condition of trees mid crops. The  downy woodpecker is also the relentless enemy of tho codling moth, an  Insect that.damages our apple crops  to an extent of ?12,000,000.  In-the war 1 otweeu tho Insects nnd  tho trees millions of -dollars aro being:  spout each year by ireo owners who  know that Insects have increased so  rapidly of late years that their trcoa  must be protected. Tho locust and  maple trees nro preyed upon by the  bag Insects; elms are sprayed ln order  to kill lhe elm beetles, while'borers  are slaughtering, thi hickories.  ���������***���������* ������  \i  A well known business man of Now  York, who commutes from and to New  Jersey recently received a reprimand  from his better half with reference to  his alleged neglect of his children.  Since we have lived in Jersey, con-  plained '.he wife, you have gone back  and forth to the city every day. You  havo seen absolutely nothing of the  children.  I am borry, said tlie business man,  but what's the remedy? When I  leave in the morning they are not up,  and when I return .'n the evening they  are hu:bed.  That's true, said the wife, but she  added after .���������. moment's reflection,  you might at least send them a souvenir postcard now and thon.  A young man who persisted lu whispering loudly t��������� the young woman  who accompanied him to tho symphony concert, telling her what the  music meant, whnt sort of a passage  was coming nexl, and so on, caused  serious annoyunce to every one of his  immediate neighbors. Presently he  closed his eyes a"nd said to his companion: Did you ever try listening to  music with your eyes shut? You've  no idea ho.v lovely. It sounds.  Thereupon a gentleman who sat in  the seat' in front of the young man  twisted himself about and said gravely:  Young man, did you ever try listening to music with your mouth shut?  - Prior to the present war Adrlano-  ple had a population of 70,000, half  of whom wore Turks, the rest Bulgarians, Armenians and Jews.  ICMlAlDlE  -       HAD DIABETES  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   CLEARED  OUT EVERY TRACE OF IT  Bakes Bread  to Perfection  Oil-Co^-Sto^  Cleaner than coal or wood.    Cheaper  than gas.  For best results use ROYALITE Oil  Stock carried at all chief points.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY  Limited  Winnepeg Toronto Halifax  Montreal Vancouver St. John"  That's Why Mr. David Heon, of Nlco-  let Co., Quebec,  is  Recommending  the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy  To His Neighbors.  -St.   We.iceslas,  Nicolet Co.,  Que.,  (Special)���������"I started to tako Dodd's  Kidney Pills because the doctor told  me I was threatuned with diabetes.  After taking ten boxos I wa"' again examined by Iho doctor, and he told me  that all traco of diabetes had disappeared,"  This is the statement of Mr. David  Heon, well-known and highly respected here, and ho is only ono of many  In this neighborhood who iavo found  a now lease o"f llfo'ln the great Canadian Kidney remedy,  If is cures such as thin that have  given Dodd's Kidney Pills their vepu-  tatlcn, They are now known from  tho Atlantic to tho Pacific ns tho remedy that nover falls to cure kidney  disease, no matter whero or iri what  form it i3 found.  Dodd's Kid.toy Pills aro no cure-  all. Thoy simply euro diseased kidneys, The reason they cure ,backache, dropsy, rheumatism, neuralgia,  diabetes, urinary (roublos and Drlglit's  dlasase is that all >f these nro either  diseases of tho kidr.eya or nro caused  by disordered kidneys fulling to do  tholr* work.  Her Predicament  Sarah Donihardt was iinrnitliiK re-  mlnlsceiiccs ot tho stage lo a group  of friends,  MiibIi notoi*, you call them, alio snid,  laughing. Woll, I roceivod a vory  funny mash noto once in a small town  of you Fur West.  You aro adorable, my mar-ih unto  ran,' and I'd have preferred to solid  you orchid*-, but In this one-horso town  1 am reduced t mol-jason candy, of  which I am forwarding a two-pound  hng. Will rail tako mipper wllh mo  tonlnht? If you consent blow your  noso on thu titany-i and I will under-  st mid.  Mme. Bernhardt laughed again.  '  Anil lho worst of lt waH, sho said,  I had a bad eold at thr time and wiih  afraid to blow my nost i*Jl the evening. '  Ten Moro  ITo���������I havo savoil up ion thousand  JcV.r.V".      '"'"I y���������' b" my wife1'  She*���������Oh, Mr. Jones, this In too anil-  den.    Save up mnniier ten i.'iuui-uiiii.  Brilliant Prospects  Thai's a wonde:fully smart child of  yours..  Well, replied-Mr.* Bliggins, modestly, 1 don't know whether ho Is so  very smart now. But If he over finds  out the aiivswers to all the questions  ho asks he will ba a.world-beater.  Keep Minard's Liniment In tho house  ������'��������������������������������������� ^*- - ������������������������������������'/"''   -o'-  Visitor���������What are you in here for?  Prisoner���������For "lattery.  Visitor���������Nonsense!  Prisoner���������Not at all, sir. Imitation  'is the slncerest form of flattery. I  am in here for imitating another  man's signature.  A Scotchman, wishing- to know his  fato at onco, telegraphed a proposal of  marriage to the la y of his choice.  Aftor passing tho entire day at the  telegraph office ho was flually rewarded late in the evening by an affirmative answer.  If 1 were you, su-jgested tho opor-  ator, when he dollvered the message,  I'd think twico beforo I'd marry* a  girl that kept mo waiting ail day for  my answer.  Na, na,,retorted'the Scot. Tlie lass  who waits for tho night rates Is tho  lass for me.  Mr. McCorklo was showing some  visitors over tho house. Arriving at  lho nursery he remarked: This, gentlemen, Is the bawl-room.  Tho poet's lay may bo all right,  To some it soonis a crime,  Fur downright usefulness I'll take  The hen's lay every time.  Small Tradesman (gentjy)--r soo  you havo Iransferrcd your eupte.ni to  my rival across tho street, sir.  Mr. Hlghliead (with dlgtiMyl^-YeH,  sir. I have,  S.T. (more gently)���������May I nnk, sir,  what 1 havo done ti deservf; this?  Mr, Hlghhead (with nddod dignity)  ���������You sent in your bill!  , Jones���������My wife and I miffi i* from al-  (ornnle insomnia.  Brown��������� Alto mala Insomnia! What,  is thai?.  .TonoH���������Whichever gets lo sleep first  keepH tho other nwako all night.  Figuring Up  Can" we get along on my salary?  Let's seo, said the girl. . We'll  need theatre tickets, flowers, candy,  Taxi-cabs will bo an item, and your  club expenses will amount tc somo  thing.  Don't overlook clothes, rent, food,  light ancl fuel, callecl her father from  tho next room. They are Items that  always crop up.  Brown���������I've got an excellent plan  Tor getting rid of duns.  Green���������Ah! That so?  Brown���������I have.    Novor fails.  Green���������Thon, old fellow, you must  let me into the secret, for I'm worried  to .death by 'em.  Brown���������Woll, I'v? tried lt several  times of late, and I find tho man nover  comos back again.  Green���������Aye, aye, what do you do7 '  Brown���������I pay him.    '*���������  Costlvsnes* and Its Cure.���������Wboa  the excretory organs refuse to per.  form their functions properly tho in.  testines become clogsoil. Tills U  known as costL-oiic**-*": i.nd if noglcctod  Rives rise to dangerous complications.  J'linneleo'B Vegotiiblo Pills will eftoct  n speedy cure. At tho first intimation of this ailment tho suffdrer should  procure a packet of lho pills and put  himself under a course of treatment.  Tho good eft"-eils of tho pills will bo  almost inimedlatoly evident.  Chatty Wall or (glancing out. of.  window)���������Tho raln'll bo horn lu a  mlniile or iivo now, sli������.  CiiHtoinci���������Woll, T didn't older It.  I'm walling for a chop.  Iiittio Boy (with swollen fnool���������OH  de-nr, 1 wish l was grnndpn, or elsu  the bnhy.  Mo I her-Why?  Little Boy���������Grandpa'** leoth nro nil  gone, and baby'a hasn't como yot.  Ctiiitouis Officer���������liavo you auylhlni?  I<i declare?  Mr. Bonntr/,11 (from Ainorlnn)��������� Wal  I declare that, 11)1 h Iti tho won't png������  sage l'vo ovor hnd aci-oHi-i.  Should VVfirry  I think she Is losing ber voice,  Possibly; but I'm nfralil It will last  through   llil-i   performance.  The Solar Plexus a  Great Nerve Centre  Ifulter���������Holmes p;et*������ a gigantic 'rotary from that mining eornoration,  Skoltar���������Able lo locate gold mlnoa, It  ',���������_,'���������    lUl'-v    >."*  '"eii       Mile  tn In-  rate Block j'urcliaiiow.  A���������You don't, Hoeni to have any life  in you. Is thoro nothing or nobody  over which you ran entliim*'?  B.���������Nothing at nil. I onee l-oprimo  enthuHlnstle over Homebody, nnd n-  nliorl llnio atiorwimW *\u* biratno my  wlft*. That was n pad warning lo  mo lo avoid ulilluuliuiii.  With a bundle of elulm ami a heavy.  wolglii rtafil:.  Tlio golfer cots cur.   on HU    if-rrlblo  task  To chivvy a ;ib ������r liitle ball ������>"cr tho  lift���������  Hut 'th not In Hi* il-il" ihat he lanl.-H  bin 1(0  Willi tlie alngle exception of tho;  brain itself, lhe selnr plexus is lho'  most Important nervo centre in tho I  human body. j  SHunted lust buck of the stnmnch I  and close to tlio Hplual cord, tho no-,  lur ploxiin supplies tho motor nerves I  to tlm vital organr,. Injury to or!  weakness of the solar plexiiH couse-|  queutly mcanu Incapacity of the* vital i  organs of tho hotly. Thin -Axplalnn j  why a blow which renchoii the no lur!  plnMirt ii,i-.������iia hi'.livlc.s.mo.i'. to tlie por-1  son receiving It, , j  Tl-.or.c rn'iT r.-n'req nil dei-muul nn  enormous quantity of good, rU-h Mood  nml. falling to ge'thls, the i.tvo cpIIs  aro slarvf-il and depk-ed. nnl fall io  rri.pply vital (-nergy to the digeutlve  and eliminating nrr.*������.  Tho    wonderful   siiccc-s3   of   T>r.  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C  y2,t-  PEOPLE'S   PULPIT.  Sermon by  CHARLES Ti  RUSSELL  Pastor Brooklyn  Tabernacle.  EVIL OF SATAN'S:  MONSTROUS LIE  Pastor Russell Says Satan  . Is Father of Lies���������Quotes  Jesus' Assertion.  Harrisburg,   Pa.,. - -Pastor  Russell's address to-day on Satan's  great lie .wa3 a remarkable one in  soveral ways. He really;, told his audience that they had all been boliev-.  Ing Satan's lie. .And-he really told,  ipirit, mediums that they wero the  mediums, not between tho dead and  ihe living humans, but between humans and denions���������the fallen angels.  And yet the Pastor said all this in  ���������wch a kindly, sympathetic manner  that surely none could take offense.  Evidently no offense was intended,  tut merely the presentation of what  the speaker assuredly believes to be  the teaching of the Bible.  He opened his address by noting  the fact that, the common conception  respecting Satan's appearance and  Tv-hereab.outs'is wholly-: false, built not  upon the Bible, but upon human tradition, human imagination, handed  down from a darker,day. The-Pastor  believes in a Teal,' personal Satan,  and believes him to be Beelzebub,  -the prince of demons. In other words,  he believes the Bible to teach that  Satan is an angel of higher rank  than ordinary.angels and possessed of  superior po\vers.' Hence he outranks  those who are with him, and perforce  is tlieir leader, or prince.  That Satan' is* not. in* some far-off  filac'o with his fallen angels, tortur-  ng millions of the'human family in  furnaces, tho Pastor made very clear.  He showed that nothing of the kind  is taught in the Scriptures. On the  contrary, they teach that Satan and  liis host, since the D.eluge, are under  -restraint, confined to Tartarus, our  earth's atmosphere. They "cannot  wander around .the universe, as before. Satan is very literally,"therefore, "the prince of the power of the  air," ond his associate demons aro  members of this aerial, or spirit power, malevolent as respects everything  ' that is of, God and righteousness, and  especially the foes, therefore.'of such  (*they might "choose.   Satan's program  j deflected some of theso   from   their  i loyalty' to God and to their nature,'  j and induced them to materialize and  ! live as human beings and rear hu-  | man families, by taking.hiimaivwives.  !    The Pastor pointed out the Scrip-  j ttiro which described   litis, deflection  of tho angels. ��������� This, he said, must,  have progressed for centuries, according to the Bible account.   Tho angelic  "sons of God saw the daughters of  men  that they wero fair, and they  took unto themselves wives of all tliat  they chose."   There were born unto  tliem children, "men of Tenown," intellectually, , and   giants   physically.  , The virility of - the   angels   grafted  upon the human   stock, , produced a  Tace" in some respects superior, bin.  in others very inferior.   Begotten and  horn, in opposition to the Divine will  and .in a rebellious attitude of heart,  these giants were brutish, develish.  ! . Soon the earth, was filled with vio-  . leftce.    The impaired race of Adam'!  | enslaved   mentality   and  -physically,  ; were rapidly being demonized   also.  So far.as the record goes, only Noah  and his family were of pure Adamic  stock and  loyal   to God.   Then  the  time came for the Deluge, which God  . had   foreknown,  and   had   withheld  J until this time. In it God swept away  ' both the. progeny of the angels and  : tlie impaired.Adamic stock.   None'of  those who received their life-principle  from the angels were of Adamic slock.  None o������ them,   therefore,   have   any  share   in   tiho   redemptive   work   of  Jesus, and hence none of them will  j have any part in the resurrection and  ��������� restitution, which God has- promised  ��������� shall be accomplished by the- glorious  j Messiah during the thousand years  i of His Messianic ' Kingdom. They  ��������� merely perished���������were blotted out in  the Deluge ns natural brute beasts,  as St. Peter declares of all wilful sinners of Adam's race.���������2 Peter 2:12.  The angels which kept not their  first estate"���������who followed the lead  ofluiinanity asrenoimccThe\^liroT!f--shiP  of Satan-were   cast   to Tar-  the flesh and the Devil; and seek to    Jarus-our   earths    atmosphere-and  thero aro restrained for a-time that Lights and the Father of the Truth,  they may not roam throughout the* -s the personification oi Light, Truth,  universe.    (Judo  6.)    They   are  re- -even a3 Satan   personifies   darkness,  walk in the footsteps of Jesus.  The lio was told in Eden.   The serpent was used as Satan's tool. Satan  these have no mental disease", b"ut are  controlled by outside influence.  The Pastor urged all to accept the  testimony of God's Word���������that death  is the penalty for sin; that the death",  of Jesus is the Redemption-price from I  the curse of death, and that the re- ,  surrection of the dead, the raising up  again to' perfection   of   life,   is   the  salvation ��������� of   the   Bible.   Not   only j  would this help us to come nearer to ���������  God, through a better understanding  of the Bible," but it would help to  free us from the various snares of the  Adversary.     vy j  .. Furthermore/he found in the Bible  intimations that in the very near future these evil spirits would be per- ;  'milled to break over their restraints, j  and that all not properly fortified by '  the truth on   tho   subject  would  be  liable*,   to- be   specially ensnared   by  Satan's lie.   Ho would not prophesy  what this troublo would be, nor just *  how it would come, but he did forewarn his hearers. " He urged all to  come out from the influence of Satan  and his   slanders   of   the   Almighty  and his misrepresentations   of  facts,',  and lo enlist under tho   banner   of  Jesus as servants of truth and righteousness.   ���������  Jesus declared Satan to bc the  Father of lies.' This corroborates the  thought .that never until Satan started the course of sin was there any  need for lies. ��������� All of God's dealing  with the angels and their . dealings  with each other have been along the  "lines of simplicity, truth, purity, holiness. The first use for a lie was when  Satan determined to exalt himself as  the god of earth. It was to alienate  our first parents from the Almighty  that Satan - lied to, them, assuring  them that disobedience to God would  not bring the death penalty that God  had declared. Ever since then, sin,  abounding, has given temptation to  misrepresentations, bearing false wit-"  ness, etc.  Selfishness was the foundation for  the first lie. And selfishness continues to invite falsehood, even  amongst those who see clearly how  despicable falsehood i-*?. And each  falsehood seems to call-for another to  help-justify it, and to cover up the*  selfishness * which prompted it. - No  wonder the Apostle urges those who  become Christians to put away lying,  saying, "Lie not one lo another." -As  ���������Satan stands as the Father of, lies, so  God, on the conlrarv, stands' as the  Father of Truth'.  Our Lord.not only said that Satan  isythe Father of' lies, but .intimated  tliat the lying spirit is of Satan, saying to soma of those who opposed the  Truth, Ye aro of- your father, the  Devil,' if his works ye do. "He was  a murderer from the beginning and  abode not in the Truth." (John 8:44.)  On the contrary, God, the Father of  DAMES  AND  DAUGHTERS.  VAPORIZED METALS.  Fanny Crosby, hymn writer, Is now  ninety-three.  Mrs. Annie Summers of Philadelphia  danced a jig and sang a song tbe other  day In celebration of her ninety-seventh birthday.  Mrs. E. F. Krewson. Philadelphia,  gave her pet horse a real funeral the  other day���������hearse, coffin, mourners'  carriage and all.  Miss A. Z, Cruse, -whose initials, suggest the alphabet, Is a stenographer of  Kansas City, whoso time Is said to ba  worth $1i>,000 a year. ������  Mrs. Emily Symington, a niece.of the"  late Admiral Robley D. Evans, Is engaged to Captain Erich vou Mueller of  tbe German embassy in London.  Miss Sybllla Scbuatz, wbo fell 111 of ty-  phoid fever ln Philadelphia when twen*  ty-ouo years old, Is still ln the hospital  to which she was taken at that time,  though now* eighty years old. She has  beeu unable to move for flfty-niuo  years.  The Hon. Elaine Jenkins, who has  been re-elected a director of the Swansea and Mumbles Railway company, is  tho only woman director of a British  railway. Shu takes an active share In  the government of the line and never  'misses a board meeting.  Base Hits.  Young Gallia, one of the Senators'  pitching recruits, formerly was n Texas ranger. a  Manager Jenning3 bemoans the fact  that bis team does not possess a 'single  In fielder who hit as much as .2o0 last  year.  Frank J. Corriden, the noted pitcher,  formerly of the Chicago and Philadelphia National teams, has beeu appointed manager of tbe Springfield club of  tbe Eastern association.  Tho New York American league  team, ousted from its grounds in , a  growing "residence section by tbe ex-  plratlOD of the lease, plays on the Polo  grounds, the stadium home of the Gi-  , ants, this year. Nest spring a hew  park near the-Harlem river, on tho  subway and New York Central hues,  , now under construction, will be ready.  An invention That May Give Us Gold  or Silver Flecked Garments,  Delicate laces in silver or bronze or  gold for the -trimmings of a gown,  gorgeous paintings in tlie rich colors of  polished metals, bmss coated balloons  und- scores of other strange articles  are made possible by a Httlo device,  that sprays hot metal particles so thai  they will stick on a fabric aud yet will  not burn it. For many years attempts ���������  have been made with more or less success to spray'metal successfully, "and n  Swiss engineer seems to have discover-*  ed the secret.  His metal spray machine is used  much ns Is an ordinary atomizer or almost exactly as an artist uses nn air  brush, and it is about the size of au  atomizer. The wire or strip of the metal, such as gold, (hat is to bo used is  placed In the device, and gas, fed by n  flexible pipe from a tank, beats the end  of the wire or strip of tiielul to a white  heat. Another flexible pipe from :i  tank of compressed air supplies power  for blowing tiny particles of the white .  hot metal on the materia) to be coaled.  It has been fd'uud Unit the metal.particles grip well ou the fabric1 they hit  and almost seem to weld together, yet  they do not set it afire, ancl coatings  have been successfully applied to wood,  paper, lace, cloth, celluloid aud even  explosives as well as to other metals.  It Is possible to npply a very thin coating by means of this machine.    '  So striking are tho effects that sprayed metals make possible for gowns that  lho first use of the uew device Is likely  , to come in dress goods and trimmings.  , but many uses of more commercial importance have beeu suggested.   The inventor has coated radiators with brass,  lined cans with tin,, copper coated metal for ships' bottoms, covered moving  picture screens wllh aluminium and cn-  . hies with -/.Inc-rSntiirday Evening Post  Good  form  SKY  SOUNDING  BALLOONS.  himself was originally-the only rebel  ^Tr'.*���������ji-?c,nf*ip. f es^tl*ie^fp.lleii=an������els^'.verc:  strained also for a time from matcr-  jnliginf*- in hiirnnn form���������Satan like-  wise. "Thus Satan's plan for empire  failed.- But still rebellious in spirit,  lie took up a new iino of battle  .against God.    He would be  content  assoe  not with him in his rebellion until  sometime'afterward. The Pastor would  not say that the serpent could not  epenk under a satanic impulse or obsession or hypnosis, but he-inclined  to believe that the serpent spoke by  its actions, . He quoted tlie proynrb  which declares that "Actions' speak  louder than words." He thought that  -this*was probably the way in which  the serpent spoke lo Mother Eve.  God had forbidden our first parents  to eat of a certain kind of fruit,in  tho Garden, without telling thom why.  It "was simply a tost of their obedience, their loyalty to Him. He told  thom' that disobedience, disloyatyyln  this matter   would   result   in   their  death.   He snid nothing about eternal ..  torment.    The wilful sinner, accord-    nnco    and    superstition  COnniC*- -Dcmcviriigiiirnnvruaru-r  Jng.lo tho Biblo, is to die, to perish  ns a natural brute boast. God's  favors nra for only those who will  abide in His Love. "The wages of  Bin is death; but tho gift of God is  everlasting life, through^ Jesus Christ  our Lord."  Tho serpent, by eating of the for-  bidden fniit without dying, but on  the contrary being tho wisest of nil  the boasts, seemed"io give the lio to  God's word. Through tho serpent  Suliin declared to the woman, "Yo  Bhall not surely die." Through lhe  BPi-pont, Sutiin also told Mother, Eve  thut God evidently was trying lo keep  herself and her husband in ignorance,  blindness, darkness; nnd that it was  time for them to awake, to assert  their rights, and to ninlui the hostof  tlicnisolvc*-, by eating of tho forbidden fruit. Fnilier Adam know better,  hut when ho found that his dear wife  hnd onion nnd thus had como under  the pcntcncc, or curse, of death, ho  Wii** ho discouraged that ho determined to die with his wife, loving hor so  much that lio would wither dio with  lior than livo without her.  Satan's object in telling this lie, in  deceiving our first parent"*, was made  vcrv clear by llie Pastor. From other  Heriptures ho pointed out that Hiitan  for Home timo had boon faying to his  heart tlmt lio would liko to liavo and,  to exercise still higher powi-rs thnn  those which he poi-sossed lie would  liko to hi "in* tho MohI High." Iln  would ho ir sovereign, who might  work out his own pliinf. He had no  tlimight of supplanting Um Almighty,  hut had tho prido to suppose that ho  could milling!) the universe better  than God could, and thnt if hn hnd a  Finnll section uiulor liU control, ho  would demount rale this and put tho  Almighty lo thu blush.  When limn was created, halnii ���������*. op-  porlunily fru'exereislni' bin ambition  b "  '    '  "������������������-������  to use humanity as his tools, even  though they were imperfect and dying. They should be his slaves, nnd  lie would embitter thom against God,  and defeat God's plans on behalf of  humanity. ������    r,  ��������� Satan realized that the secret q,i his  power with mankind must lio,. in his .  deception of them. If mon knew that  they were being led .captive- into sin  at the, will of Satan and his fallen  hosts, lliey would rebel against him.  In order to hold humanity as far as  possible his slaves, he realized Hint he  must seduce them by fostering ignor- ,  Ho' must,  alienate them from God. Thereforo  lie caused them to think of God as a,  terrible ..being, unworthy of their love  and confidence, one whom lliey might  fear, but could not worship in spirit  nnd in truth. As a basis for this great  schemo of human ensnaremont nnd  obsession, Satan used liis origin nl lie.  For now four thousand years ho has  sought by every moans in his power  to instil that lie into the minds of all  humanity in every land. Ho has his  demon host lo co-operate with him  in making light appear darkness, and  darkness appear light, to deceive  mankind,  How wonderfiiilly ho has succeeded  tho wholo world is witness to-day.'  Notwithstanding tho fact thai man's  flvo senses tell liini that the dead nro  dead, the musses believe to tho contrary���������thai the dead are morn alive  thnn beforo they died. Notwithstanding the consistency of God's Word,  ������������������Thou shall surely" dip,''" nnd Uio in-  eoriei������teiiey of Satan's lie, "Yo uliall  not surely din," tho wholo world Is  enslaved hy Satan's lie. The Pastor  declared that lho, Book of the Reveln-  Hon pictures tho condition of tho  world, In declaring thnt nil nation-*.  will be made drunk with the wine of  fiilso doctrine.  Whilo wo nnif-l acknowledge Ihnl  Home, spirit mediums nra merely  frauds, said the Pastor, wo )inve every  reason to believe thnt many of tliein  nro vory sincere, but dece'ved. Mnny  of theni thoroughly boliovo that they  communicaln with tho dead. Only  tho Bible can imvo nny ono from  that delusion. It nlono shows ua  thnt a demon host is co-operating  with Satan, to prove his lie nnd to  enslave mankind nnd lo sep-irnta  thom from the truth of God's Word.  Witches, wizards and necromancer-*  woro forbidden in tho lnnd of I������raf-'  error, falsehood.  ���������The  ness, truth and-error, has progressed  for more, than six thousand .years.  God's Word is always the Truth.'  Jesus prayed, "Sanctify them through'  Thy Truth; Thy Word is Truth."':  Satan's falsehoods- are airways injurious; henco the promise is that when  Jesus, the Triisce of Light, shall take"  His great power ancl reign, He will  bind Satan, the Prince of Darkness,  that he may deceive the nations no  more. , ���������  Here we have another corroboration  o������ the fact that tho great deceiving  power, amongst mankind for six thousand years has been a spiritual one  ������������������Satanic power. No wonder tnnt  under this domination of Satan we  - have had what St. Paul calls a reign  of sin and death. No wonder the Bible declares that, from tho Divine  standpoint the world has been in  darkness! "Dnrkness covers the  earth; gross darkness the heathen."  Jesus came, nnd brought light into  the world, But men lovo darkness  rather than light becnuso their deeds  arc evil, because sin hns gnined such  a hold upon them, becnuso it. is easier  for them to remain under,the blinding influence of Satan than to como  under the blessed light of the Gospel  of, Christ in the present lime, It costs  something now to.be a follower of the  Prince of Light, nn opposer of the  Princo of Darkness, whoso realm is  world-wide,  How glad wc aro that the morning  of tho new Day is ao near! As Jesus  explains (Matthew I,1:-1'J) "Then shall"  tho righteous shine forth ns the sun  in tho Kingdom of their Father."  Himself nnd His elect Church, gathered from every nation and denomination, will constitute the glorious ruling Power of Um New Dispenf-nlion.  Jesus likens His Kingdom to Iho sun,  As tho sun scullers the, <lnrl'neHS of  earth and drives away its mist, so  will tlio Sun of L'ighteour-ncss nn.-e  with healing in its beams nnd seal lev  all lho ignorance, ������������������iiperr.lilion. falsehood, and bring to all mankind a trii'i  knowledge of God. The light of thn  knowledge of the glory of God shall  fill tho whole earth as the water  eovorn the great (laepl���������lsniiih 11 .lill nljnkkuk BiH.  Dnrlnc nnd CreduHty.  Martin FrobiHhcr's adventures in  Bonrt'h nf tlm Northwest passage form  a iMirioiiH mixture of daring mid credulity. With the iiirnticnl instinct of  tha true. Kliziihcllinn, Froliishcr was  templed to forego exploration in  quest of  phantom gold.    One of  Lipton and.the Cup.  Sir Thomas Lipton is the1 gay little  challenger whom nothing can dismay.  He wants to "como rack."���������Chicago  Record-Herald.  Sir Thomas Lipton may not be a very  .successful cup lifter when it comes to  yachting, but he's a great challenger.��������� -  Rise Till They Burst, Then  Parachuto  'Down With Their Records.  The limit to which mauned balloons'  enn ascend Is about 80,000 feet, hut n  sounding balloon lately sent up In Italy  at the University of Pavia'reached n  height of 121,000 feet or nearly,rwenly  three miles.  At regular intervals, simultaneously  In all the large countries, the weather  observers make tests of the upper air  by means of sounding balloons, -These  balloons are usually about six feet in  diameter and nre filled with free hydrogen gas. They carry an Instrument  called a meteorograph, which registers  and records the altitude, temperature.  lMiiiMEfilig_Star-��������� ^-"^-"h-umiditv'niui-wi-nd-veiociiTr'Sineo-tive-  Tho superstitious will be concerned   ^^ ;.ise witll great sp"ee(1 ,in(1 .,,.  Introductions,,  Siich  a   usual   thing  as  introducing.,  one person to another is so often dunu  In a bungling, uusiiccessfv.l wrong way  that one cannot speak loo often about  this0very necessary social occurrence,  There nre two or three points to emphasize. First, remember that the simplest, most straightforward introduction Is the best; second, do not, ihiuu-*  ble your words; make clear the nainc*  of tlio persons Introduced by saying  them slowly and distinctly. Do uot  rush through un Introduction as if you  disliked it or were ashamed oi; It.  A gentleman always asks permission  of a lady lo bring a stranger to-bo'  presented. After securing this he pro-  seuts tbe gentleman to tho Indy. This  order Is the general rule.' The woman's nnmo is used lirst except lu llm  case of an elderly person or one of note,  in which case the order Is reverseti.  The accepted form Is "Jillss Blank,  may  I  present Mr. Wood?" or "Miss  Blank, 1 wish to introduce my friend '  Mr. Wood, who Is very eager to meet  you."           '                                  ,  ���������  Never make a mistake of leading-a  lady around a room and introdudug  ber. ' Bring the ones already present  to her In twos or threes and gradually  make her acquainted.   Needless to say.  a man Is always taken around to tlia  ladies in a party and presented to, them.  -    A younger \vdnfiin 0ls Introduced' lo '  nn older one.    An  unmarried one Is  always presented' to n  matron.    Tho  one to whom nn Introduction' is innde  Jins the name mentioned lirst, the one  Introduced coming next.  ;    Tlie  distinctions   are   not  so   finely  drawn in the Introduction of men to  each other.   Of course any well Uuowa'  man is considered first.    It Is deemed  au honor to be introduced to blm. ���������       ���������  When  you  Introduce-your .relatives  be. sure to remember that every oiui  dees-not know that your mint is rn:ir-(  rled.    The words "my aunt" are. not  -���������'suUiclent.    Supplement them wltb'tlio'  ciiame by which strangers should know,  and addres3,*her.   if your mother lias,  been marriedatwice or if your married'  1 name Is different from  hers givo.lt,  so that no embarrassing mistakes will-  _be_ma.de. L  to know that if "Sir Thomas Lipton's  challenge is accepted by the New York  Yacht ciub'the contest for the America's cup next year will bc tbe thirteenth  of the" series held by the club, which  hitherto has defended tho cup, with  success.���������New York Sun. ,   '           'il'.-i    ;  I IH-4   ' I  Foreign Affairs.   ���������;.-t.   !;  In 1*152 the crescent in Europo Indicated a new moon. In 1013 it represents tho last quarter.���������Kansas City,  Times.  "Chaperon fathers" nre uo\y common  in English society. Tho subjugatiou  of man seems to bo complete there.���������  Chlcngo Pecord-nerald. i  "Tho lowest birth rato in Paris sinco  1S01" foreshadows a coming scarcity  of "food for cannon," which, coupled  with Socialist opposition. Is calculated  to iulorefei'o with future French military programs.���������New York World.       [  Flippant, Flings.  The season Is now here when a man  hardly knows whether to go to the ball'  game or get engaged. - Philadelphia j  Public Ledger. |  Some Britishers certainly Imvo-It in |  for this country.  Ono lawmaker wants '  to oxilo thoso militant suffragettes to  Amcrlcn.-Mllwnukoo News. j  A poot, In writing nn ode to Wood-  row Wilson, talks of "agitations senso-  less still." Thnt Isn't poetry-it's a sobriety test-Den ver Republican.  So much for the introducing of per-;  sons. Be sure-to speak,so that there!  will be absolutely no misinterpretation!  on the part of straugers who: mc-cC*  each other for the Orst time. i  The graceful Introduction Is a test,  of social. poise. There Is really no,  reason--for tho awkward attempts at  it that we encounter every day. In-,  deed, tho successful introduction Is tho  ^unusual thing. Why this condition uJc-j  ists ts attributable to tho enso with-  which  an  introduction  Is   made.    It'  groat speed  most in n vertical lino the ascents resemble somewhat the descent.of a lead  line from a ship in the ocean, and this  resemblance accounts for the nnmo  "sounding balloon." Eventually tho  balloon reaches a height above whicli  it cannot go. If the gas bag is of silk  it collapses. If It Is of india rubber lt  explodes, ln either case a parachute  descends, bringing the recording, ap-  pnrntus with it  The greatest height attained by ono  of the balloons in the United States .seems so slmplo thnt yon do uot.glv������!  wns nt Huron, S, D��������� on Sept 1, "1010.  That ascent wns 30.-100 meters or a little less thnn nineteen miles.  Wherever the.sounding balloons havo  hnvo been used," whether near tho  equator or In northorn latitudes, ���������tho  records have shown' that after six  miles above the earth tho temperature  no longer dropn rapidly aa the instrument ascends, but at times becomes  stationary. j  The lowest tempernturo during tho  recent remnrknblo flight was 70 *1-1() [  degrees   below  zero,  F.,  nt  n   point '  twelve   nnd   one-half   miles   high.-  Youth's Companion.  lt n thought until circumstances forco,  the role of introducer on you. i  Well, yon owo a .good introduction,  to all of yonr friends. Prnctlce tho  forms given until they "come naturally,}  unhesitatingly nnd redound to yonr  credit.  German Gleanings.  Over SO per cent of Prussians roeolv**  niiniiiil Incomes of los.s tliun .fTliO.      ' j  A  raw  German  projectilo for uso (  ngnlnst ballons Ignites their gus with  nu electric spark on striking. ,   j  Gerinnny is tho lirst country to udopl  wlrolosH controlled time, n now system  enabling n ccntmlly located clock to  rogulato clocks In other cities and  towns" ovor u wldo area.  How Wo Have Grown..  In 1700 tho populntion of tho country  wns 3,02R.n2ri, in 1010 01,072,200, the  growth being In the Inst ten years  about 10.000,000. Tho nren In 1700, In  squnro miles, was -117,170, In ,1010 over  3,000,000, Number of iuIIcb of rnil-  ronils in 1700, none; In 1010, 2TiO,0000.  Number of postolllccs in 1700, 7.1; In  11)10, nbout 00,000, Tho population of  New York city In tho yenr 1700 was  40,401; In 1010 It wns 4,700,833.. Thus  It will bo seen that New York city  nlono In 1010 had a much Inrger populntion thnn tho entire country hnd In  the yonr 1700.���������New York American.  ns   -  , ,   (inilors had brought homo u pieeo of  and yet, thero wore somo there, nnd, i,;,^ pyi-ito, which the Koldsiiuths * ��������� I  scorned to hnvo come. Man pobbofh- j influenced such as were noWully in ��������� *|jf,n<|on declared to eimuiin no gold,  ni ., j.w,*... \\\.'y.t Ihi r.'.ri;;!.' lia.l r.i t J,ultiiu'ij with C'.a1. K-������������ "���������������������;������ ^ , 'jui winch au il-niiiu* q'������'������������������.<��������� '���������������������������������������������'���������d  Vfe enuld pronnfiit'* hi* own kind, I remember, pmifht the wlteh of hn- j^-'.'y. Tire ItaV.iin'" ndviee tinliic  nud   wns   commissioned   to  lill  the >. <]or.     The   demons    nindo    certain   preferred, FrnhlHher went nut n sec-  r-nr tii with n population nnd  it  to lvde;iic jH-rfcction^   StUnn  w.v  Ida  to bring  perfection^   Sntan  -jaw J     cluinco,   Ily criplunng  tlie "first |  pair nnd mulling them hiu nibjcets j  i     ���������!.������������������.   ii. .   *;:-:,-:   f���������."���������:���������    '?:������������������ .\)   '  mighty, lio would capture a nice, and ;  fvcutuully be the spiritual prince, nr  ruler, o! this world. It wns to carry  out tlilr* pi'ogrnm Ihnl he deceived our  flirt pm-out.* nnd nlnrlcd hi* erect lie.  When fcfntnn perceived Unit his nib-  -.'j wen**   I'irrishiiig   nnd   becoming  things appenr on lho retina of thn  witch's eye. She describe wjiat she  saw to .King Saul. Ho recognized it  ns a description of tho Prophet Pmn-  1 "���������' ���������',���������'��������� * . -���������- '.rr*.'.'; '.*:'-' i *  Sniil what purported to bo tho word  of Samuel, and what wns really the  word of d*einons.--l Chronicles 10:111.  Satnn'rt llu ia still poiont in tho  world, hindering millions from the  knowledge of Clod and tho apprecia-  tlon of His   Word.    Frequently   the  iiubifile. nu'iitnlly and physically, lie; spirits iret .such contix-^ of t]ic ������iiwJ  thought  to   circumvent   the   Diyino  peiuiUv hv introducing fresh   vigor,  life, into Um human family.   This ho  did by seducing some of tlie angel**.  Originally angels apparently had the  power  of   rni������ti''fiiir.y.atiim-~of   taking  human lorm or uuy other form thut  and hodiofj of tho**'* who yield Uitjr  Willi*, that ihey not only .suiter ob-  seaslon, but soniftimim become tibso-  liit-dy -"���������oh'-c.'-M'd   by   throo   (U*inons.     _    Under Mich eircimn-lnneos, lliey are j ^ffghVnprc invited us all "to nn nfi-ir-  Konernlly conn-id-erod to hn im-ane, ������1-, nonn t^ fi0 f},0 omi'-J telJ u������ now  thouyh doctor** know that mnny ol   ,j)C .,uffe,c,l j,* tileino  ond limn to Greenland's icy mountains nud brought home '200 ^l,i"  rubliirth Uml much liirnmhcd the  credil of lnlk-r dnys.  Breaking It Gently.  Mr. Do Cluh~My dear, a great  German physician unyu women require more fluep than men. Mi", uo  O.-Docb he? Mr. Do C-^oe. my  dear--um--er--you'd better not wait  up for me fo-uicdit.  Thfl Martyr.  Pollv-Po Mr?, lliglitiii'ro'8 hm-band  has developed bad habitf.   How did  you hoar about it?   Dnlly-Oh. Mrs,  Town Topics.  Some ono propones nn ofiicial uoiig  for Clilcngo-to be muig with nn no-  compnnlinent of wind HiHtnimeiitu, of  course-Detroit NewH-Trlbuno,  Tlio new courthouse, itfier yonr** of  nr/Hnllon, Ium (''it iih fnr im n vlto nnd  a pliui Bolccted, As Mayor Hewitt  Haiti once. "It talioH ten years to do  anything In Now, Voi,It."-Now Vorli  World.      ____ J   Fashion Frills.  Men llko to liiugh nt women's clothe--  ���������and tlton wear thoso jrroen IihIh with  tlio bowH bolilnd.���������Mllwoultoo News.  If It Ia a feet that London men nra  woni-int*- nlcxotfl In their lints wo lmv������  nothing further to nny. Lot the ������(ilfrit������  pottcs do their worst-Philadelphia Inquirer.  Heels of Dresden china ar������ lho Intcs!  Presidents nnd Tr-rms,  Soma poople cull l-realdcnt Wilson  tho twenty-seventh president, others  tho twoiity-olglit.h. Tho dlKcrnpnney  comes from counting Mr, Cleveland  twice, nlnco his two terms wero not  consecutive Mr, Wilson In tho twenty-  seventh man to fill the presidential office nnd the twenty-third who linn been  elected to It, but tho proHldonlln! term  on which ho hns entered Is tho thirty-  fieconil.-Youth's Companion.  Antl'Oirthquake  Exhibition,  At Messina, Sicily, an exhibition ol  arts, crafts and Industries allied'to  iiiitiuiinliqiinltu  I'liiiuliiK cuiiniiuctJo'i  Kitchen Etiquette,  Woman has always, since tho begin.;  nlng of time, devoted hours to develop*  lug good form in he.r npponrnneo, Sha  usually acts upon tho deslro to- do tlnj'  things necessary ln her social career la'  the best form. Even In nthlotlcs, ta  tennis or golf, she sees the Imporrniico';  of lonrnlng tbo rules of tho game nnd  getting tho best "results by playing la  form, It Is true that sho often utrlren  to bo nont and orderly and hare some  ���������system In her management of tho  household, But It is tho rnre woman  who hns carried this to the point of  performing hor household tasks with  this snnie good form. Tnfto the Ictteli.  en work, for examplo, Form hero lint  been defined ns a "cortnlu deft, finish*  ed way of lm will mi utensils nnd eeon.  otnlfjug mateiinls of all kinds," snys  Kfitherlno (i.irlnud.  As a formor chef to roynlty tnyti  "Thero Is n wny to ntnud nt the tnhle,  erect nnd well poised and Just far  enough awny so thnt your apron docs  not brush ngnlnst Un edge and accumulate a lino of spots, Form is moro  the result of thought and praotlco limn  of any Instruction. Hut Just try for  onco to seo how many dishes you can  cook while keeping your apron spot*  loss, using tho newest posslbln nton-  slls and milking, so fnr as you eaii help  It, not n hlnglu unnecessary movement."  Yon tuny think this advice of um  only to tho womnn who iIooh hor own  work or to (ho maid, Hut ovon If yon  aro only superintendent of your own  kitchen nnd pantry yon buy tho ntcti*  r'.'.'i no A h-irc v'.-*.!-c in llitlr r.*-'''.i.���������-<--  mont.    now prently Ao yon e-nrtcorr.  3.-, lo ho beld nest /nil.   Ills to bu un  der the ni.sp.ccH of tho ministers of! yoursolf with tho nowost tiivoiitloi.H In  public works and of education of tlu I IwumIioIcI utom.ll.i7   Do you Koop an  Itnllnn government   A largo nren of I  ground hns been m-nlgned for tho ex*!  1 uni'ii'm-i noil n )t\rit] pnwnl'too fort*"*  wllh lho Hon. S. Cutrufelll nu chairman.  eye ou ndvcitlBoiiionlH or ioo what  your neighbor Is dolni/ ln that rognrd  to learn If you nra nngloetln**- nny nn-  poitiinltles? That Is whnt n man doct  In eotinoctlon with his buslneim or pro-  fcflolon. i'ou would much prefer t<  ���������shop nt n placo which flood huilnwu  uudor tho most modem lyitom of convenience!, And If you no to n doctoi  Vfho ts nhlng awkward nnd tnttqimte/i  Instruments, your conndonco In lilm U  eccentricity of rnrish fashion. TurWoj",  trotting in P������r!������ wlll lin to to bo dona j country,  bwmtlw on ��������� rubber mat-Now York ��������� room U nlwnya sisoclttod took placo  Hlf-torlo Old Roonii  Tho snjiito chamber In tho old ntntu-  hoimo, Annapolis, Md., tho room of nn*,  tioiial historic Intercut as lhe uccno ol  tlio resignation of Oonornl Washlnii':  ton'i military commlsstoc, tins been. uUul.tty ihalion. CJo would a mntd pro-,  fully restored, and It la tho most no-, for Io work tn tlmt kitchen which li  curalo rcstorotlon ever achlorod In thl������', roB������rded ni (in Importniit part of tnt  Tho event with which the. bourn and which la auppllofl with nj,  to rid to nucoiilKaa nnd. If poailbl**, lui  tt Dm. 28.17S8. ' wrtu. s' *"* **'*-'*"''"*'*"r-'^-"',"^^  T_TE .fe'WS. CUMBERLAMD- RRTT1SH 'COLUMBIA  iSllllL.  U!_".������J,  .���������'^JS*-*.*-*.^-.****^-^^  ���������"'  ~ *    ��������� . ' '-*/.' '- ���������""'I   "������*i   ���������"      ���������**Wt-WWH-wi M-.���������l���������.m���������    !���������_     I   I  HL-iP^W-illlWII-l'!,,   ���������   ImmmUm^  iiVi, .-������,V-��������� i-������������ *-.Lf^r������:a-^m^������ii������n������*>llMl l     rr,   |   i   r tei^.-minrrn^nmVTrcz  UI^OLtEUfVIS-.  .   " CXiAIiIi-pflPEHs  h'MCE  Tmris  j' ;^T'���������'->' STOCK of the above in well assorted patterns  j,     P<  :������..i(i deftions'at POPULAR .PRICES '. ...  5 Our stock of'. Furniture.   H.ouse-fur-  | n;sliing_.    Heels,   etc., ��������� etc.   is.  aways  ! complete anil  prices the best.  *��������� .  ! Try a  Pawcetf Range ; they   are  ��������� * :.l\v;ivs satisfactory.  *ij������\ij *^*;  tr rn- *w������_rt_-__ i __���������>������_��������� t^.anaf _i r *m������**W maimwmw kMw  ^���������^-������������������'.- UVock.  A. MoKINNON     Cumberland'  jw_*w������_T*(iM=*-������ii_^_wi������jn.w_    rtxrv:  NOTICE  - .->M%.-rj_j\)>-Kt������^i*L-������WP^^''r''w^f^w^g*3���������Ofc^ rtxrvr_i_Br^.vwrR.U!  ; c,'o id_  I HUGH MITCHELL  i ���������  FO!l   YOU It  i Ckrfl BlacKsmithini  -AND--  JOi'SCSnOCIRg  ; ii.  I Si.  C IllllilC'I'lillUl  :-;!JMMlvR MAIL   SERVICE  Tlie following is   llus   change  iii the mail service   darting this  .wc't'k:  ���������Si-yinu'r's    arrival   at   Union  nesaav evemnsr  .'.630  Thn-S'J:!}" evening- 0.30  :?.iii:r(i*i>- evening 6,30  T.:;*.i;is leave lhe station I'or Un  \;--., liny a*- follows:  Tuesday eveinuii;. .. ��������� 5 "'  \ved-r,ei'diiy morning 7 ,    *'  o'clock  T hursday* evening"]? n  1'riJ.ay morning .... 7 '*  yal'Jvdayevoning. . 5 only  ]ian*v's "ifii  liao {jjono to   tho  ,/iinii'V.   ami   he    sings  liurrah 1  Cumberland & Union Waterworks  Company, Limited.  - Sprinkling will be idlowivJ only  two nights n'week, viz: Tuesdays  and FriihiM?, from 7 to 0 o'clock  in toe evening. Leaky lap must  bo attended to at once. Any elian-  ges or additions, to exit-ting piping  must be- sanctior.od by the Company.  .    ,     liy   Order  . L,  W. NUNNS  Secretary  Cumberland, B. C.July 80, 1U13.  AGENTS WANTED for private Christmas Cards. Ladies or  Gents, Sample ������������������* Uooks Fne.  Large lYi-fits. Cliipchase, "Cor-  de\," Darlington, England.   [   -  First-class    priming    of    all  kinds done .at The NEWS Office.  <*> * - * c>-  ! en ih ! !  -���������������--  '!'!.'��������� Kr'ii.'iinio bainl'pfi'.M Cu'mb-  .���������.in .1! -,i vi.-.ii on lust Tjiiiiviay af-  1.().���������!���������. i'.av-ng tiiiim 1'ioin Outirt*.*n-  ly wiion.* they were cngigod liy  Air. O. J-I-J-'ecJiiier at llie. grand  ���������I'l'iiii'ii"' 11' tim Iiiversido Hotel  v. hie!; Ionic plnCo oil WediriSiJuy  ;i.'i:*d, 'iho bund eanie lo Cumii-ir.  hoi 1 iindiu* the uii.'jii*.*.*.*- of lhe  I'i ited Mini- Wotkers of Ameiica  v. liy held ;*. 'Smoker" in t!u* LJu--  luii "Hall on Tliui'siliiy. Tlm Iini!  Win- c.ii'Wdiil in llu1 doors i(j liciii-  ,1 lit- I'Uli'.iiiiii* pivgi'iiinnii' whicli  wa*- jiiepiil'i'd hv llie coiiimillei!,  |):i|'!|lg thu iiftei'lHHin lhe iinin] iii.-,  cull Tre.; i-nmo l-eautiiiil i-������'li eiiiii'i.-i,  nn oii;* main si'vol, which was  rrn'illy i ppivoi'ilcd by nil wim  heard it. Jl wns* inileed a i-iiie  ll'; al.  I rye   _^_mc .. *  ���������*> <0*  ���������$��������� A Mason & Risch Piano    ���������*������  *i> ���������       Vv      ,    ,-M       '     ,       ,          ,,"*>  <$������������������ in I'lrst-Class order; al-    a  <������������������> most as good as new; will   %  ^ sell at a sacrifice.                ^  % For particulars, apply  y lo    Cumberlaiul    JS'ews,  ��������� Dimsmuir Avenue,       <*  ^ Cumberlaiul, B. C.        <s>  i* *  Iv. C. J-mdc, is agent for tlie  "Ford'' and ���������'Clialme.i'-* autonio-  bilcs. -Cars, for hire,    Phone 18  ������-.n������- m*i.,mr****m  TIMBER SALE X20.  QKALKI  J ecivod.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS   ,  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  ''Tender fcr Ci'urtt-n'.iy i".ock-up"  will be received by llie -Honourable lhe  Minister cf l'ublic Woiks up to noon of  Miinday,.,lne 281I1 d.iy of July, 1913, for  ihe erection :in(] con*plel(on of Consla-  ble's Quarters and Locl-r-up ai Courten--  ay, in the Comox ���������]'"lei-inr,.l District.  Plans, specifications, cnntiaci and  forms ol tender may be seen on ancl after the 10th dav of July, 1913-. at l,ie  of-l'icc of Mr. J, I'.iiid, Cuniberlimd, 15.C.  the Pn.vini-ial Consrable, Ourtcnay,  and lhe Department of p'blic Works,  Victoria Iinei'idiiiH tendeier- can, fur  the sum often i!<)l!ais(,Sio), obtain one  copy oi ilie i������!ars and specihcaiions by  applyiiis- ui (he i:i-.(!ersi<-necl. This sum  will be. lefunded on ihe reiuni of the  plans m yo'iol oilier.  Each proi'iosal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or, c:_rtifi-  ca*.e ofdcia-.-sii on a charlcred bank cf  Canada, m 1.Ie pay ible 1,0 the llonoui'-  al'le tl.e Minister of ublic Woiks, for a  :,uu. equal to 10 ���������i"civ cent of '.be lender,  which sh-ill hi: forl'eiled if the pany len-  der'mi- decline ic, ente*- into contract  when called upon to do so, or if he (ail  10 complete the woik coniracted for.  Tlie cheques ot certificates of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be reiuriied  lu them upon the execution of the  contract-  Tenders will not be" cohsidered-'.unless  made put on the* forms supplied, signed  with lhe actual signature of the tenderer and enclosed in the "envelopes furn-  shed *  The lowest or any tender not nccessar  iiv accepted.  '    J. E. GRIFFITH,-  1   ,   " Public Woiks Engineer  Department of Public: Woiks,  Victoria, 15. C��������� July 7th, 1913.  jjj 16 . .       ' ..       . tojy23  WHAT WE PRINT  AVe print Indies' and gentlemen:*  visiting curds. -  "    We print wedding invitations.-  Wo print dance prograuunos.  Wc l.rint hotel liill of fares.  We   print   'meal   lick'ets,   also  ���������milk and'bread tickets.  ' Wo.   print    posters,   liunilbills  and dodgers, ' 0  We print,   placards  and notices  on canvas".**  We   print  con cert programmes  and admission tickets.  We print.business curds.'  We print billheads, ordinary or  loose leaf systemJ  We print letterheads and .note-  heads.  We print statement*-*, and-envelopes.  Wo turn "out  work  when  you  want it and how'you want it.  rW-N'.t������ tKtriKM���������sraauoriui  ittr_r9ir������������Jt*ia  $^&*i**!fc<2^i!^iVi3^ *i^isaS!^^^<JR^*,3^^S,i*'8^i������  GROCERS"   Se   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  ' CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG WORKS  sener -Brewing'  !b!  Ice!leeiice  Supplied, to jthe Public  ORDERS must be given   not  later,,  tha 1 10 A.M.   to   ensure   delivery  same  clay.  $>J������t>r3i'3333SdS-Sid&$������'9'S@'_      eS'S.S-;5������aS3)Dru)3<:>0������-1>S!_30^  fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  I   GIDEON HICKS J  j PIANO ���������COMPANY'"'  I    ' GOVERNMENT ST. ' VICTORIA, B'. C,  |* .    Complete'Stock of l,Yc Oldc Firme" ���������       =.  g    1  Agents for Pilseifer Brewing Con-pan^.*; 1-I{HR  Wholesale'Dealers  in all Kinds'of  Wine's and  Liquors..  SECOND   STREET  Vk^v^s>^(>*V^'1m^^N^^%^^ (t^jr^t^iS^^^V^fii^^^^  THE' CANADIAN BANI  ERCE ...  j,   Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  1   Victor VicfroSas, Gramophones and Records  ������ WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE. LISTS."   '  E Convenient-Tenus of Payment Arranged  I     309 GOVERNMENT STREET,'  Opposite P. 0. ' VICTORIA, B. C  .""'^li^liililllil'illilllllliilllllHIIIIilllilllllllllllllliHIIIIIIlllllllllllllilllllli^^  H      *  ������      p  J*akjgj4iT-BP?������*i������<t������h:-jMau������-f jj*rirttXL.iiM*naGmxw*rz^rrxT\m T*rmn~vrtr-~-  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  ,s  Issiicd by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in tho principal cities of the United Suites, are issued -at  the following rates:  $5 ancl under    .'J cents  Over    5 and not exceeding $.10..,    G    "  "     10      " " 30 30     '���������'  "     30      " " , 50 15     "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should be rnaclo by means of our SPECIAL rORBIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Iesued without delay at reasonable* ratos.  CUMBERLAND 1 RAW3H W. T. WHITF, Maanpor  Kirv**mal*wmamr*xtii. ^jhtjp  w*mi*kwtmnutm;  ^i^:mi^0^^^^^m^^^^^ QSS^3^E@G8  .^\V.!iiii!illiii:il!:ill!:!!lllillll!lil!:lllillll!llililll!li:il!ll!ll!:i|||l!llll!|||U^ ., |,y,  .|-_Capjt_al^4J>lJZaJ-U.reL6_0.000,   . ' Reserve $13 000,000 1  J   The Royal Bank of Canada.  1-ORAFTiS   IS.-iLlE!)   IN   ANY'   CUKUKNCY,   PAYABLE   A'I.l!;  1 o OVEIi   THI']    WORLD. - ' '     . -     |,  I SPJCCfAL AT'i'lCNTION paid tu SAVINGS-ACCOUNTS & intere-n I  I at Jji'-liei-t   ���������Jnrrent Rules aliowid on Li*|ioi-ilis uf $1 and- iiji\van]s. %t  I OUilBSJtrjl^D, 3   C , B anch, Opan Daily                                 '��������� |  I UNION PAY, B.C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays N  1 '   D. M. MORRISON^ Mnnnger. \,  1 roUIlTENAY,   ������. 0,    Branch,    Opon Daily. (j.  I R, M. HARDWICKB,'Manager.             - - P  %;lll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllini)!ll^  ���������*wrtw.***������t<������irMi*it'������w������w-wrw**r^^  1 ' ��������� '   '    "  \   P. Philupps Harrison  BARRI.STER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC        ' CONVEYANCING  KALKD TENDERS will ho  ni  hv   lho .. Mini.-U-r    id  I -a  ��������� u  Laud? nol. In (���������.'!��������� Ihuiii limni on \*H  i'Ius.WlI-1 iliiy of '.Lilly, 1SH.1. i'.m* th* i fi  |iiii'ch;u*(i of Licuiico Nn. X".-.-, ii-'-- j J������  iofj 5,0711,000 I'lncL  oi   lirul-'-r   on! '{������  WANTIvI)    Vimi*.i;;"    m:in   fu*  Luul Ivinj.; nnv'.li cf   !.*l   HI."  KB  ciiHij.; iili(.!i" 7 o i;!ock,  r7l  " ,.'  ^ Wood  Wood ������  Wood  a  " - - , ,*< i  ���������jouii}' Kuly to \,\i\y pi.i-io ai   tho T. Ij.  .'MS-J7,  0>ki.-ho]];*   lA-.w ! **  I'l'invn  J'lii'.Ui''.     Ajip'.y any t-v*   i������*l. V-tldi1.-* Island .  Twit ycin-r   ivili   |.c   I'lluv.r.-il   l  (lin ii'inoval uf thr; li'iit.'.r  1   *!'**  I   ,*-"J  1*:  I'lirijuiiiiirs of ii, i.', .'..';ii'MilJ.uM; W  Oliicf Kiu-osUir, Yi-',iMi,'., I!. c.        j *^  : fe   tl.  CUMJlEHLANr, CO-JBTHW/Y & 0  MOX AUTO ETAGE.  Will Lftfivo Llie Poi:!, OIUou  na Followo  Except, Sun ay: -  Leave Cumln-Hnnd i'oi* (.li.urttinay at S n.m.  "*     (.'ovii'teiinv for C.uiiIm lland al R.BO a.in,  1  "     Ciiiiili-.'rliiiid for C(.)iirl"iiiiy and Coiiion at 10 11. in.  l<     C'hiiox I'ui' ( .inrieniiy and Ciiinlu'rlnnd at .1.1. a, 111,  *���������     Cniiili[.*rliiiii!, I'm Uouruaiuy ut L p. 111.  C'-'iuU'liuy f-T fliiiiilit'rlaiiil nl I lid p 111,  '���������     (.'uiiiluM'Iniid I'iiI* Coiii'lcnay nud Comox 2.JJ0 p, in.  C'<ino.\ for Coiirli'iiny find Cuinli.-i'land 3.BO ji, m.  Sinolu faro--- Ciiiiiiiorland to Courlonay 7on  CoiivLonay 10 Omux,.... OOii  K. c. ]*,.\!I)K, plnnc IS, Ciiiiiliorlaiid.    Siai-ls duly 2Si|i  i";%/"* I'lUM-lf i.iii.-.i I'*-- jil'i'jiaid and h'ttisi's ������tiiiiipci|.  i<  !  s  7 .   \ ���������  ������ dunsmufr Avenue  1  ������****'**r_-a*E-'KiiiJ-fr'--'**fc,re^ I  CUMBERLAND,  ll)  ta-t*trvaf*^m*aaft^v.i*A>1*im  Minufaot-dLPer of MINERAL WATER !  *m*nr.*i.YM.)*H* irr.* jr-r *������i������ riu trrr*  >���������> u.'m^atu*a*.***>\r**.a*0i  I  1>. 0. BOX 403  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND ������  v.. WW v^u.. ���������A*fcriA������. M#.iaM,iwn.s KmwMvrtmuiir*  i'i  iM,,a*i.,a^n������mwitf:i-ut.������7,.tw������riy'^w  %'mt^txevgt^;xtnXJSiZK) wffiia**OBi������fa"^"r3^ tatimiWwmw&ximMm  I  '���������;  Pilsener Brewing Com-;���������  pany, Limited.  ������������������1>   TAKJv KOTILJv, \r-w ���������������������������r,������i to1 k  'A' VVUUU rn>  '?' v. . 1 I "���������'  (,���������)      2n 11 -iv l*. l||i������ tinu; tu piui'1-!      i,  (���������')    yuv ordiT   l''n*    SLA J ���������    ],'t)  %    ' Woi������|) <:'-  fl    $'>.~il\. .   IUM* diniMi* I11.-KI     "  ,' 1 .1  ''���������'���������       ���������." I   '"(I iwo' wiiiuli'  !(in.|       fi  I',     , 'j'l  ,  , l������i I Clilll'.l'.i'.iV  piv JJlW.', i;ll<*  iliul.  I Star Livery Stables .:;it,ro:,:e'i.e;-< io,i������a..ftc r.������.irig  Z) % 'nam: '.j   ilie   '���������!.s!.*i*.������'!   JJiv-vi*;;; | vjJJ  ittfni'a<'ia<aY*(t\*'yttyj&<i.*y4yi iy,j !(',,,,,,,.,,..._ f,,';,-.it,-.,j. j f^      JDatui '.'.is 16th dtyv ���������". ,juu" *';Miiit  J. C. KOSw..        i^  *^:^es^^!^^^^ E  ,r..u.^r*i'i>-������t'ii������i/4  w������M*mnjm������.. i������Mi������ilMl������*w/wwt  'i,*i  "���������)  '������!    I  ���������I  ���������ii:cli,"' '������*''";*' ������������������'- -���������=���������������>---;i g llllil  Ilii-.', Uil.  The  ������*NB KIM KFF  ^asW    iiH fa' Gtj    cafeiai  18  ii>.  !!: YOU GET IT AT  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S AU RIGHT if  .      .    - * fr'  f  ** ' l ,       . 7 .      ..       ������ T  I   iy{< \<<'7-y.:���������::���������::.;���������  1    ,-:<\:\.\ l������ ���������'���������...���������..��������� ���������������������������������'.-'������������������ *.*.  .*   * f  <������&��������� STORE ^2^  *   '   -j. 1. 1-  Vy'?:^  . ��������� -.' ���������-���������'  1 ��������� ���������  WANTKI) ��������� A������rfiils   Tor   lihi  i'!:i*--(. lin;   fiuiipauy in llu: (,uni<'\.  t'lioi !������������������: uy '"id  (Jiinilii'thiiiii   IK ���������  ������jfi-i������i.   Apply  f'������������^ (,!i!"-''    '"  j:jU, Vi������'i'-'i-������- ^!- C.  t  il.l-1 l    I .1 '    ('  i'.   C-   l*,li.d'-      nl '.i.  .u-;.r  ?1  All i:iiildr*'U i")  i-i'iil--    -.i  "i '-' .  dwv iii^lit ii* tiie   Crown    '' -��������� ������������������  f������, ..,.,. ijir I'.iL'il-,     I .it    ti'-'. v.  gvr-r,i'>'; .yi'^u 'li- vhhd -*"i   '" Ifi  i.,-.- .-,������ , j.iii..*- i-   -*.������������������,   ,-,!',{(���������. ttf  ���������'      - ��������� ; r*  , ���������-.'Vis,-!.:   l-i:ttV'ifii    Cauilj*-. - j-jd  General Merchants and Bakers  IFBOTJITxC C AFDY ETC*  20 High Grade Cycles   [  Slightly Damaged i(  IIunibLM, Singer, ICnfiel d 1  (Yiventn' Cross 'and oilit-r wi.-ll i  JvliUM''     -'iiil'cs,        '.'!,'t/j'y   ,';,';(;���������.<),  slijjhtly dn-tiiajied   in transit   or ' '  rt'Luuwl fioiu liirc     Jiiy;  price  i*.'U(\,iA),���������\  Write foi dolails.  L,''*;''.'i.-i>-     ;.::d   C(������'*:"v  < '1 !.'.-.!���������: |-.-f.V   I-.'"   I*'1'"1'  P.  O.  Box 262  Cumberland, B.C.  ; w^>T3^;&^^^^^^^ ;  Thos. Plimley  *'f  73<) YATES STR13KT  VICTORIA,   B. C.  Ir*  I Sijrw**^ ���������5"^rff-*w. (Knr.'ss-Trj www *^.'SW.-rp,w*^-������rr^������ni- rwc23rr.Tr'  f

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