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T'iiK News, Twenty First'Year  Cumberland; b/c., Wednesday- Aug. 5,  ������'   ���������' ���������   ,���������-''?".,:;���������-.���������     / ,.-   ���������"*    >''-������������������;     ��������� ���������������..-   y.   ,'-   "-.      . . ^  t ma %>tnxt  ������������������  ��������� t'MtS!HJSP\.-i. *>���������!���������">��������� *���������.,:  ��������� *  Girls' Boys' and Ladies* Tan Rilihed 'Cotton LIoso, splendid wearing'(jinility  Ioc I-AIK,? 1'ALlt KOli4.UOLL.VU  'Todies' Mude Sill*: Glovos���������small sizes only  wrist length, regular values to 5oc.  ��������� SPECJIAL. I'll ICE 25c. A PAIR  Ladies' UnderVystp, splendid quality,  short   ��������� ;  and loner sleeves ��������� .    '  . j .     35c. K AC LI, 3 PAIRS FOR A DOLLAR  * * - ���������  Ginghams���������For a few days  wo will  offer  ahout-400 yards jn  striped and plain green       * *  Ginghams, regular'';values to 25c: and* 80c.  a yard, L1DADER PRICE \2U PER YARD*  Ladies'   Skirts  aiid  Tweeds,  small  sizes  only.    Only a fow loft   v   ���������  ���������\..',*',.\ * TO CLEAR AT '$2.95  llxiuso Dresses���������See our window for a spe-       ��������� ���������**'  cial lot of dresses at'-       -,       '  HALF PRICE AND SOME LESS  Millinery���������M list .he cleared out at   HALF  -    PRICE 0R l'kSS. ���������   Your chance to got-a  ���������   :':      '    good hat for..very little.,1,   , , V   v   V  i *. 'i * "    <��������� *��������� ���������* '���������  Sole Agents for;Butteric'k Patterns  I  I  I  & Company, Limited.  NOTICE.  To-Employees *of Canadian Collieries  (Dunhmuik) Limited.  Owing to the grave situation, which has arisen in  Europe and tlie* possibility that Canada may call for  the loyal support of the members of its Militia and  Naval Reserves, we desire to notify all of pur Employees that those who-'arc members of the Militia <  or of the Naval Reserve and are called for, service, or  those who may choose to enlist for service, have our,  full and hearty approval in doing so..',  -y  Employees so called upon will please"registpr to  that effect at the nearest office of this Company.  . ; All who are so registered.will be reinstated in  their former positions when'1 they shall rfave finished  their service to'their Countrv.  /  = ,   *r .    '   <   (Signed)"    ..  CANADIAN COLLIERIES (DUNSMUIR) LIMITED  By J, R. Lockard, Gen'l Supt.,  Approved:-���������  H. S. Fleming, Chairman Executive Committee.  j   Correspondence .*->|  ��������������� ���������BIRTH-At Cumberland on  Tuesday, August 4th, to the wife  of James;*Ward, city chief of police, a daughter.  If some of tho Powers keep on  hovering over war's brink, thoy  will drop down.  \f wo only   hud   nuothor "BUI  Haduius," the country   would uo  mio.    "-.  GroutUritain and lho,''Dominions Moyond the Senp," will ho  tliero to a man. when, tho call  comes. . Britishers havo never  yot heon called oravona. They Uro  strangers to the word.  , 1?0W SAI-E-Eightncros of  Lnnd nud houso; situate ou Roy  Road, one milo from beach. Apply il. L Whittiiker.  Wo arc informed on good authority, thut tho Sharp & Irviuo  Syndiento shares havo advanced  81)0 per cunt. As tlio.o woro  $1000 worth Hold, in . thin noigli.  biuii'hood. this vviII ho good iiowh  In thoHo ))iirolilining iho-io ������hnroft.  H. S Clunuiite, M. V, for Co-  inox-Atliii, wufl in town ou Mon"  dny.  Colonol Prior, of Victoria, and  ���������pnriy, arrived in town by auto or  Monday afternoon.  Lou Pikot oatigt a 08 pound Tyce  siil mon at Campbell Rlvor on  Woduosday. It look throo hours  to land iho fl������h,    -  Tho oostof a nonoral war in Europe would ho 910,765,025,000 n  your. If such n wnr cornea and  luBip (ivo yearn, tho cost, without  tlio indcmulty cliiiniB, would roach  lho amiuiuig total of $08,773,125,-  000.  That ] otol paint and bviwh wandered dawn horo nl) right,  CANADIAN OIL FOR NA.VY.  -   (London Daily Express).  Since Mr C-l ur.'ihill, for good  or ill, has plunged' lho Navy into  tho-oil wolls, it i������ cleni-ly right aud  proper ..for . tlio Govern niont to  seek somo ponuaiiont and- sufficient source of ^ supply free from  pressure hy any trust or commercial combination. But why Persia ? Tlio tr.-tdo route,, whether  tlio oil comes hy way of Suez  Canal (did tlio memory of Disraeli's deal inspire Mr. Churchill ?) or round tho Cape, is, vulnerable and tedious. 'Tlio wells  arc situated in. ii country of no  settled gov-t'i'iimont' in a nontrnl  ssoiio between what may at nny  timo heconiotho C'lUuutioiiH ,iiiil nonces of Russia nnd Great Brit-  niu; tho pipe lino is to ho defended hy Persian1 gendarmerie, which  resembles tlio protect ion against  HuflVngist outrage uflordod by Mr.  McKoiiiia. Tlio reasons lor the  choice of Persia ns the Admiralty's  chief oil well soom markedly in.  luluqualu, VVIiy not develop oil  fields wilhin tho Einpiru if thn  g'jvornment is prepared to put  down two millions uf money to  cliockiuato (hoSlioll combination 1  Why neglect Cnnnda, whoro oil  dopnsits nro proved, where pro-  lection of supplies can ho iisi-nrod,  whoro tho voyngo is comparatively* short and not pnrticnlnrly open  to nttnek ?  CAMPBELL   RIVER' iTEMs'.  O, EltKgornld hnH just completed a lino lOfidotico,  Tlio i'ospitnl is running, und  has four patient!-, with one nurse.  Sum 'Mntfton, or Victorm, and  parly, wero hero recently on a  fishing trip.  Salmon firhing. is poor,  Editor News.-'       ������������������ ���������    ...��������� ,'��������� .  ���������Sir:���������Jonah,, we are   told   in  TlTe   good   ol3~boolT,   received  plained matters.to them saying  '���������its all my fault, and all you  have to do is throw me over-v  board and save .yourselves and  the ship.V . The, sailors then  Wid7"'"s"AVelir^iT^li������71tai7^ioiie  wrong, he has owned up like a  man���������' let's' have ,another  try,-'  __OP-  fiecu   Fall  ���������   ���������  ��������� ' ���������  We are now showing Curf  Cloth in in black and red at  $2.25 per yard  Wool Coating in red, white, navy  at $1.50 per yard  Children's Pongee and Lustre Coats suitable for early  ; fall wear #2.50 to #4.00.  inarching orders,.from   the  Lord  lO'.proceed   direct to Nineveh, to   ., ..._.   .._,,  deliver a message to the pecpV'^ ^"d1 they again.bent to 'Uiaoars, '  of that great cit\  entous one, so much so,  it was a mom-.  that" it  was too much for Jonah; prophet  of the Lord though he was, he  became a coward and' fled to  Tharsish; to get there he made  his way*to Joppa, a noted sea  port. It was the one where Solomon's cedar to build the Temple was lauded en loute to Jerus  alem; it was also the home of  that good woman Dorcas, of  whom we have many worthy representatives in'Cumberland today,  Jonah found a ship just ready  to sail aud like au honest man,  tie paid his fare, and went on  board) although a runaway he  wns*uo stowaway; so the voyage  began.  Jouuh now thought he had  done the trick and evaded a disa  greeable mission, but like many  another smart man he reckoned  without his master, who caused  a gieat wind to arise and a uiigh  ly tempest so great thnt the sail  ors thicw the ciugo ovejbonid to  lighten the ship, and iu their  fear everyone called upon his  God, but Jonah, after his il'ght  nud anxiety felt so tired that he  quietly slipped down below nnd  went fast asleep. Sailors, then  ns now were superstitious nnd  came to Lhe conclusion thut one  of their number was guilty of  some yery bad action, thciefore  this storm They agreed to cast  lots aud find out which one, just  ns they wer", ready to do so, one  of them snid, ,l Hold hard a uio  nient, there is that passenger below: who knows but whnt  it  is  his faul,t?" One of tbeiu then  ran down, shook Jonah awaki*  aud hauled him upou deck; as  they did uot have a passenger  list asked, "what's your name,  where did you come from,what's  your trade, what union do you  belong io?" Perhaps its tin* I.  VV. \V, that's biought uh ihi.s  trouble."    Jonah   frankly  c.\~  but the storm got worse and To  mill said, ���������-"ItV no . use' boys, I  am, much1 obliged to ' you, but if  you want to save your lives you  must throw uie overboard."  They reluctantly replied, "Well,  if we mustj-we must., but we  don't like to do it."- However,  they look him up and holding  him over the side ihey said, "we  hate to do it, you will forgive us  wou't you Jonah?. "Good bye  Jonah, good bye," and then drop  ped him, but before he reached  the water a big fish opened hi.-  mouth and said, '.'Come iu out  of the wet brother, its' my turn  to entertain the travelling prea  clie'r, not such bad quarters eith  cr, for,a whale's mouth is said  to be 14 feet by 8. ahd many a  parsoh has n less study thanlhat,  nudjoiinh had three days there  for quiet reflection, on the third  he was quietly evicted ou to dry  (Uuutinui'd m IriRl. pmc*-)  If the town is not painted  red, pint of the Nkws Office is:  ! nnd ''Hill" got u black eye over the job. Red iK a lighting  color, and --Pish" can't stand  it.  ra^pg^ia  About 50 pairs Men's   Low-  Shoes, broken lines, all sizes,  regular values to $6.00  to clear at 3.75  :   MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone io  P. O. Box ioo  ********* *p*<-^*������fl*^^  About 2509 Russian roadonls of  all parts of the province hnvo signified their willingness to return  to their native country to tako part  in tho threatened European wnr.  Moet of thoso mon aro army ro*  BorviatB. So far in spiio of a Rue-  sinn mobilization no word bus boon  pout for any of tho Riusiai-B horo  to report for duty nnd Iboso who  go will do Boon thoir own volition  Tho great majority of SorvhuiB and  Montenegrin!* living in Vancouver nro Bnid lo be ready lo roturn  and (kill.  M. Munson, M. 1'. 1\ for Oo.'  uinx District, was in ��������� town on  Monday.  --li  ft would not boa dillicult. mat -  tor to rniso a "bum wheel'' l-iii-*.  tuli* in Cuuibui'liinil. *'|)ii(l" or  T, I), could captain Iho ho,l.  Mi*".-* Mamrio Mc Ken-do arrived  homo on Saturday nvouin^ from a  trip to tho  imiinland.  It is ropnrlcd that (Jnpo L.iy.o  wireless station has heen tnko  I'liiirgo of by a small dolntiilimoiit  nf uiiliti i,   ���������o-   Tlm prim nf flmir nnd, i-uejii.- is  nu the iiilviinee In Ciiinborlnnd.  Tin'.*" kIiuiiM Ik* ii him |<- thu*-!*  wiui Imve inuney nr ci-clit tn ntnck  riielr liii'ilei'i', an ii in likely thai,  pl'ieei' will Knar   lieiH'eilWUl'il.  .   Dry   Goods   [  CAMPBELLS  , I-*  CJBOOERIBS  Campers* Supplies i���������Fvesli   Fvtnts,  Soft Brinks, -Canned Meats, Deviled Ham, Veal Loaf,  Boiled Ham,  Lunch Sausages, etc*  * ', ���������  oliiflCraELLS  S<������i/*V**%V������<W������ ^^i������%AMS/**V*^^AAW^V^M^^^'  ���������_______ I Gent's Furnishings^  ���������--^^������������������^^"^.���������-���������y*W*-^^^^*"-*.****^^^****'-t^^^^T'.^W^^^^^*^^W^P>*-^WI^^^W^^  **...������.- THE ^W8., CUMBERI. ANT). B. c  f  A Debt  Discharged  By Edgar Wallace ., .  Ward,  Lock    & Co,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  ��������������� '       '���������#  (Continued) -      j  "I wain you," stud Gold, spcaUiiig in|  Russian.   "Tuk'e your band from your *  pocket."   lie spoke quietly, but the revolver he thrust:to Uio Russian's diaphragm, supplied- all the violoii.ee that  thn occasion called for.  'Tut up your hands."  Sullenly the man raised lvls hands  above his head, and Hold and his attendants selondttcrilly disarmed him. A  pair of liundciiffs were snapped on liis  wrists behind bim.  "Sit down en that chair," said Gold.  "We shall do you no harm, aud by  and by you must tell us all you know."  ".I will tell you i-ioiliin*,'," said the  nian.  Quickly ihey made a search of the  room and of the contents of the man's  pockets. There was nothing to indicate his association with any person,  nud neither letters nor papers of any  description. One of the men had disappeared whilst the search was in  progress, and when Gold had blown  out the lamp -md had guided the prisoner downstairs,-they found the motor  car waiting for them.  The Russian was bundled in; the'  car was running westward again before the people of Little John street  awoke .to,,tho realization that there*  had been an arrest made in their  midst.   ���������  CHAPTER XIV.  Mr. Kell Listens  The room was a large one. It/had  been used as a cabinet-maker's ..workshop before the influx ot an alieiii population, and the inevitable rise .in rent  values had driven the artisan J'ur.tfier  cast to Poplar and Canning Tq&jiVJind  had made such a business* address an  expensive luxury to    the   ..struggling-  tradesman who had rented it.  *  , At little benches men sat working  silently, carefully.   In a corner of,the  s room, separated' by a screen, of match-  yboarding, a little machine went "click  --click���������click"   monotonously,   insistently. -    -  Most of the workmen were foreigners, and tliey were engaged in perfectly legitimate business, the engraving  "of plates for fine art reproductions,--a  delicate process, recruiriiig a steatfy  eye aud a suie hand. Such records as  we now possess tell' us that the plate's  and the pictures lhat were pulled  ' from them found-a ready sale on-the  "Con tiii en c^ire���������suoj cc t s~w er e~no \rsn i tr  able for the English purchaser.  Nor had the little oblong slips.which,  the concealed machine was throwing  out evenly and regularly much currency in England, for they were five-  doliar notes, perfectly printed.  The machine was a small one, sma'.l-  er than the usual banknote printing  machine. It had a multitude of rollers and dampers and ink ducts confined within its limited proportions,  aud with the bills which 't printed no  fault could be found.  A thick-set man sat on a high stool  by the side of the machine, the butt  of a cigar in, tho corner of his mouth,  his soft felt hat on the bank of his  head, and his hands thrust deep into  his trousor pockets,  lie watched the machine earnestly,  following i very movement of the  white smocked workman who collected tho notes in littlo bundles and  - deftly bound them together. Whon a  hundred such bundles had been print-  oil he strstched out his hand, switched  off the current, and the machine stopped.  '   "That will be enough for tonight,"  tie said,  He pushed tho notes to ono side and  stood waiting whilst tlio plates from  which they woro printed wero removed, carefully cleaned and wrapped  In tissue paper.   A man hundod him  the plates and he. slipped thorn into  his inside pocket, Ue watched till the  workmen had replaced theuvMvith four  steel cuts which mad-: up a Lagc.- beer  label,-tucked the remainder of the  bank-notes under the other, and opened a little door whic". led to what had  heen in other days the master carpenter's office.    ���������  He unlocked a safe that stood in the  corner and put the bundles carefully  inside, locking the great steel door  afterwards!  From a cupboard he took a bottle  and a glass, lie had reached the  siage when wholesale forgery 'was getting on the wrong s>ido of his nerves.  There had been too many alarms, too  many breathless, hours of fear.  "���������I. ������������������'"I*-, iv 10.1;*; <in.ii*. :iiki replaced  thc-bojllo.  The workshop <stood "over .some  stables; beyond a door facing that  which led fiom the workshop into the  room was an outside staircase, lie  switi-hod off the light, unlocked the  door and looked nut: then he closed  it again, turning the key.  ���������Tomorrow those noles, -neatly packed'in two hundred separate envelopes,  addressed to two hundred separate  agents, wculd bo- sent by post lo tho  United States. Every day that week  the same post would ho. despatched.  it was a larger consignment he had  on hand than usual. The plates would  last for another long printing, after  that the new plates, which an unwilling worker was preparing, would he  employed. \  He looked at his watch. It was .a  quaiter to nine. Ho wont-through the  little printing office to the larger  room.  "You can finish fo;i tonight," ho said.  The hours of,his establishment were  irregular. It was in accordaiice with  his plans that, when the tiny machine was about its nefarious work*, (������ie  members of b's staff should be effectively engaged on the premises.   .  Only two'men were in the secret  of the business besides himself aud  his immediate boss. The printer was  one; ho was' employed elsewhere  during' the day and was a. safe man.  Herder had chosen him with care.   *  As to the second man���������Tiger Brown,  shook his head with a little frown, for  the second man and the thought of  him kept him awake at nights .and  ���������drove him to the little bottle in the  cabinet.  There was a soft tap on the door.  Again lie turned out the light and  opened it carefully.  "It's all right." Holder stepped in  and  closed   the  door  behind  him.  "Have you been working?"  "I've just finished," said the other.  "Get the stuff away tonight if you  can," said Helder. He was in a palp-  ablv nervous state.  "What's wrong?" asked, the other  sharply.  "I don't know what's wrong," he  said testily, "only,I've a feeling that  I'm being watched."  "Why.do   you    come here, then?"  grow-led-the-oiher���������   ' "I had to see. you. tonight,",   i*aid  About Sleep.  It Is not so much tho amount''of  sleep fi.s its quality that counts. .'An  Kdlson can got as much sleep lu four  hours as most of us-can in elgtt,  which ���������means merely that his sleep is  so intense, his rest so perfect, that in  four hours all ihe fatigue poisons are  driven from hts system, while most  men's sleep Js so fitful or light'that it  takes eight or nine hours to do the  same work for them.  lt does not matter what time you go  to bt'd, so long as you have,,a regular  hour and stick to it.' The old saying  that an hour of sleep byfore midnight  is worth two after it is not true, but  it has this much truth in it: That the  early hours of sleep aro worth more  than the later. The man who remains  healthy goes to herd about the same  hour every night,-'and', it makes little  difference whether'this hour be 9 p.m.  or [i a-m.  ���������*     TheOld   Days  at  Harvard  In his "Story of Harvard" Arthur  Stanwood Pier qoutes ii curious anecdote by, Piofessor Sidney Willard of  the class of 1708. In spite of its age,  tho story haa some very modern 'features.  The students who boarded at commons, wrote Professor Wiliard, were  obliged to go to tho kitchen door with  their bowls or pitchers for their suppers, where they received their modicum of milk or chjcolate iri the vessel  that each held In one liand and' their  piece of bread in the-other and repair-  .ed lo their rooms to take their solitary  repast, . Thero were suspicions at  times that the milk was diluted with  a mixture of a very common, tasteless  fluid, which led a sagacious Yankee  student to put the "matter ("6- a test by  asking the simple carrier boy why his  mother ������ did not-* mix the milk with  warm water instead of cold.  "She" does," replied tho honest  youth.  HEM  ���������������������������������  Mahogany Trees  True mahogany is distinctly a native' of tropical America, but occasionally small specimens have been found  in Southern Florida, and similar trees,  never reaching the height of the American relative, have been found in India, Mahogany has been planted in  Southern Florida, Southern California  andyilexico, but only as an ornamental tree, for it is of such slow growth  and* requires for full maturity such  natural ' surroundings that for commercial purposes it would be, imposr  sible for' cultivation. -It is a giant  afaang eren the giants of a tropical  'forest- It towers sometimes to * a  height ot 100 feet. ��������� The trunk is often  fifty feet in length and twelve feet in  diameter, and it divides into huge  arms and throws its shade over a  vast extent of surface. The precise  period of growth is not accurately  known, but when large it changes little during tha life of man the time  of its arrival at maturity being estimated, at 200 year:;.���������Houston Post.  Liko Boils. Worst on Faoe, Watery  When Rubbed, Also Hands  Cracked and Smarted. Cuticura  Soap and Ointment Cured.  Mfdn Bt.; Kyii-Hnur, Hiuk.���������"t wan  iKitliiTi'd -Mill miiuII pimple-* Nlmllar to  littlo IioIIh for four or llvo > wh.  Tlu-y -with*  fiift\        y}' "Iy fncn'   ''*' riWnn 1,'cir  "t&T-u "%ii!. U 'I'h"plii-l-li'***. ww both l-i'ln ���������  *���������?���������������,���������.' [l2 / f������l and Itchy *o 1 r.cratcht-il  'V*-' "* / till quite lurKO wn* would  y'y.X ho   tlio  rnMilt   and  tin**/  \\V'A l,-\ udi-r I rulilnd tlina lo a  *tro. My fnrn wus very tan-red durum Hid  tiniolt ���������naHi'on*.  ��������� " / "trim tr'uii-lfd wllh M>rn* liuiuU imisl all  wtntrr for t������o j-piirn. 'J'lu*y kei.it- cnn'ked  till tliej would bo lilinllnit, ami tlioy  ���������martcd nnd wcr������ io ncro 1 could burdly  In.'irtoiiniiiiiJi mi-  "T'jin in',i.i; r\',tli*ii'**v ������^r������ anil Olnl-  ���������mont nilvcrilKcil T ihoti|-ht tliero would ho  no harm In Iryinir, llirm so I mart ad wllh ���������  mult haiui-lo. I 'Hirtl'a'.-td a full-al^c-tj -faLo  t.f (-.ullt'tirr*. Snap uUo a hat of Cutlcuri**  Olntmont nnd brff-ro 1 hnd -pillo flnlhhnl  ii,.������ I i-��������� ; ,*.������,:,-.-! "*.- -.* 0'"""r>t  rftV-n of ('uHi'iira Soap und bos of Oulkura  -Ointment wm pun-luurd. tAut III Ho wm  ������ETd when I was entirely curod.** (Signed)  Mm. Wrn, DkUson, M������y UCI, 1013.  i I'or trrnliifj poor Compli'������J5;i**; red, ron������h  iiiind'.,' Mid fir*,", i'nin Mid fdllln*** lialr, C'litl-  *'!������ Honp und f'ui Irura Ointment liavo been  the world's favorite* for morn tlmn * rih-  w������tlon. AdlnRlonetUofteniumrlent. Hold  fverywhrre. J-oriiUU-i-ilfM.iihrtiui.Uofi*11:������  ���������with 32-P. book' tend pcwH'unl to J'otiw  I)nij*Cbtro.C-orp.,Depul>,lloitOD,U,8Jk,  W. N. U. 1005  Helder. speaking rapidly, -'Brown, this  thing is, getting too much for us. I  want to print every bit of paper you've  got and destroy the plate. I'm going to  close down this establishment."  The other nodded. -  "We've had a long run," ho*said:  "I'm worried myself. Ivan has been  arrested."  "Arrested?"  Helder turned .with a  start.    "Who arrested  him? When?"  His  faco  was   deathly  white,    his  hands clenched and unclenched in his  agitation.  "If he talks," ho said, "we're finished; and if 1 know anything,of that  man Gold he'll make him talk. Where  is he?"  "Ivan? I don't know. I haven't  been the round of the police stations;  it Is not exactly a hobby of mine,  calling on the police, Wo shall know  tomorrow nil right."  ���������* "Why did you not, send me word?"  asked Helder, and swore softly. "Providing Ivan will keep silent we can  win out, Tho pollco half helievo that  Comstock Hell la Ma thin. They are  searching Kurope I'or him, and whilst  they are looking for him lliey won't be  troubling us."  "Suppose    ho    turns    up?"  asked  Brown.  The other looked at him.in surprise.  "Vou  doir;  read   the  papers,    my  friend,"    lie   said    "otberwiso you'd  liiiow,   'lhe American government hai  otTere;l '  Ho stopped. Was it wise to tell (hts  man that u reward of a million dollars  had been offered for thn arrest and  eonvietion of tho leaders In this speculation,  "They hnve offorod a big reward,"  said Holder, steadily. After all, tlie  man would Iind out hy purchiising a  paper. "To any jirrnon oilier thai)  lliof-o actually engnged In thn forger-  i<*s," lie enipliiislzod Uio lust, sentence,  "That cuts out you and 1."  Tiger Drown went to the cuphoard,  produced,his bottle und nlmoHt iiuto-  iniitteiilly llllcil ii glus'i. I [oilier watched hlni, liitcri'Hled, Hrown was a problem; lio wilti a danger too, and Held-,  er hud no Intention of ron-giilng IiIh  liberty uml (lie Iohh of all he liad gulii-  di -i-i'itli Hiieli labor nnd cunning for  this biirrlsh finnf-vlfriitn of his,  "What are ymi going to do with  Malik'?" asked Hrown.  "Thiii's wlmI. I've, como to k<*o you  a limit," fill id tho other,  lit* Hrodf up nml down ilio little  apartment, his hnnrti* behind his hack.  "We'll go and hpo hitu tonight "  he Htoppcd nnd IIhIcik-iI.  "Whnt was Unit?" lio asked.  "I  heard  nothing,"  y,i\A  lhe other  Irritably, "tlu  men  nro leaving mil  lliey  ait*  lli'thillr,'  a  IMlIt'  UUIDC.  'ucy.a' .--ij.l uy. \o tbt* iVor liadlm*!  to the oiiti-lilo Bl(ilrca",p and It at nurd,  "Thf'.ro'H Homebody outside," he whispered.  "You're* mud." Raid the other, 'tlifiro  Is iiul-iidy thi'i-i'."  Mu   h" 111 li' U    Hul.    nil'    'lf",lii|    Lit litu  the key and flung Ui ��������� door open (julcU-  iy. ���������  Tlm iaiiilliig was (IcHf-ricd. Jfolikr  Hlepped nut. anil peered Into tho diirk  jiird below.  ���������Tlieri''-*. Bonwlioily down there," he  ?.;Ud.  Ilo saw a. tlRUro glide ,ln tho dark  j-'hndow i,f tho wall, If made for u llttlft  doorway which led out to a buck  Hlr.'ft at tho rear of tho prrinlflr-8,  Hniwji whipped out n resoh-fr, bnl the  o'.litr caught hln hand.  (To bo Continued)  aMohey In a Melting Mood*  The Spanish' owner of a Mexican  ranch in fhe days of President Diaz  conducted a- soap factory, this being  common among tho big ranchers,-who  in this way the waste product of  tbe cattle and sheep buisness. He ran  a general store aud paid his men in  soap, which could be turned in at the  store for the necessaries of life. The  soap was soft, and it melted or wasted away*so that its purchasing price  was much decreased when ��������� it was  weighed in at tho storn against other  commodities. Tho ignorant po'ens had  heard vaguely of Diaz, and eventually  they mounted their horses and rode  500 miles to tho City of Mexico. A  house servant would havo turned  them away, it is related, save that the  president happened to see them  through i*. window. He ordered them  admitted and hoard the story,in groat  wrath, HiK verdict against the oppressor was that all back wages, irrespective of the soap currency, should  be paid thom and other reforms instituted on penalty of confiscation of  the ranch.���������N'cV York Times.  and  have  their effects,  but the eye  alone cannot, detect them.  It seems evident that, if the Italian  chemist's demonstration can bo turned to practical use, the wholo art of  war will bo revolutionized. If tho ammunition in the magazine of a warship can bo exploded while the ship  is yet miles awr.y from a point which  she wishes to attack, of what possible  use can a navy be? And what is true  of navies would be'true, although to  a less degree, of armies. If Mr. Carnegie wishes to strike a blow ' for  peace, he could not do so more effec-'  tivoly than to buy an old battleship,  fill up her magazine with explosives,  send her out to sea, and, after her  crew, have all got safely away let this  chemist blow her up. Sailormen the  world over are plucky fellows. They,  will go against anything in, sight, but  would they take .chances against an  invisible0 and irresistible force coming  out of the air and sending their ship  to the bottom?---Victoria Colonist.  Miller's Worm Powders-tan do no  injury to the mos". delicate child. Any  child, infant o*/ in tbe state of adoles-  ence, who is infested with worms cun  take this preparation without a qualm  of the stomach, and will'find in it a  sur.e relief and a full protection from  these destructive pests, which are responsible for much, si'kness and  great, suffering to legions of little  ones. ���������    '- _ *  The Dark Deed  Wife (enteiing room wringing her  hands, with an expression of extreme  agony)���������Now, I have done, it. But it  serves' me right for not turning on the  light. i I might have known I would  make "a mistake. ' ���������  - Husband (who.- is reading the papers���������Great Guns! What have you  done?    Taken bichloride?  Wife���������Bichloride? N.o. | I put a  two cent stamp on a postcard.���������Col-  umhia'Jester. "    * - . -  (,  The Tea of " Distinction"  Red Rose is a distinctive tea. It is largely  composed of the fhic teas of Northern India,  which are generous in strength and richness.  These, blended with the more flavory teas of  Ceylon, produce the qualities for which Red  Rose Tea is famed. \.  The 50c, quality of Red Rose is an extra fine tea���������  stronger and fuller-flavored than the -40c. quality,  \vhich has the largest sale  .Tiitr"^'"  In 1 lb. and \h lb. lead .  packages at dOc, 50c. and  60c.���������also in'tins of 3 lbs.  and larger. .  *  N.B.���������Coffcc users-will find Red ������  Rose Codec as generously good  as Ked Rose Tea. 421  Jy  ,    " A  New Species of Fish  \ "Does your husband go fishing?"  "Yes," replied young ilrs- Torkins,  "Haven't fish peculiar names? ��������� The  last fishing trip Charlie sat, for three  hours trying to catch a flush."  A pleasant niedictne for children is  Mother Grabs' Worm Exterminator,  and there is nothing better for driving worms from the system.  hair,  Fifty Per Cent. Job,  Child���������I want you to cut my  and here is ]0 cents.  Barber���������"an*:    a.   hair cut costs'-20  cents.  . "   n  Child���������My mother cut half of it already.��������� Meggendorfer Blatter.  Skinned the,City Fc||er������  Hiram���������Haw!   Haw!   Haw!'"! skinned ono or .them city fel^cra that put,  tho lightning rods'on my'house.  Silas���������Ye did?   Iliw did you do itT  Hiram���������Why, when I mado out the  check to pay him 1 just signed my  name without specifying the amount-  I'll bet there will be somebody prcttj*  mad when he goes to cash it.    ,  His Business  That he lived by his pen was a credit  To A. Theosophilus Biggs. '  But he wasn't a brainy author  But merely a breeder of pigs.  "The professor has a very grave  look."  "Well, can't you see that he's buried  in thought?"  _Why   He  Gloated  He���������I eujojod. the melodrama immensely.  Another He���������Why? It wasn't particularly good. '* ,'   *.  He���������It's the first occasion on which  my wife shed tears for which she  couldn't blame me.���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Teacher of Hygiene���������Why must we  always be careful to keep our* rooms  clean and neat?  Little Girl���������Because company may  walk in at any moment.  How's This ?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-,  ward for any case of Catarrh that  cannot be * cured ��������� by Hall's Catarrh  Cure. , * ��������� ��������� .  P. J. CHENEY .& CO , ToUvlo. 6.  "We, the.undersigned, liavo known F. J.  Cheney for the last-15 years, ancl believe  himt perfectly honorable Jn all business  transactions and financially able to carry  out any obligations' made* by bis firm.  ���������* -NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.  *   '-       Toledo,* O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure-Is taken Internally, acting" directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ,of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 75 cents per bottle.  Sold by all -Druggists. * ,  -.���������T:ike~Hil!Us���������Family���������EI!!sS,foi"��������� con "������������������"''' ���������  tion. '   *, , "T"  TEETHING BABIES  Teething time is usually a time of  worry to mothers It is usually accompanied , b.' nervousness,., stomach  troubl3 and extrfimn fretfulncss, The  mother can avoid all this; she can.  have her baby pass through tho dan-,  gercus teething time without pain or  crossness, Baby's Own Tablets are*,  tho.mother's greatest friend at this,  time. They* sweeten the stomach, re-  gula'to tho bowels,^ al'.ay feverishriesa  which usually accompanies the coming of new tec-th, and in this way ���������  make teething easy.'.The Tablets aro  sold by medicine dealers or by Hir-U  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Cc, Brockvillc, Ont.  ' "Mary, why didn't you   ''sound th* -  dinner gong?" ,.*'���������*  . "Please 'm, j couldn't find it."  .'  "Why, there it is on the hall table!."/.  'Tlcase"'m, you- said "jhi> moi-niii***"  that was the* breakfast gong."-1- ���������'  Sketch. .-I'"''      --.'.-.���������  He���������I enjoyed'tho''melodrama'' iitt-  menscly.'      '     * " "  Another He���������Why?" It wasn't/* pa>  ticularly good? .      ;,..���������-���������  He���������It's.'the first occasion-on which  my wife shed tears for. which sho.  couldn't blame toa.���������Public Ledgc-r.  -.   .        Explained  The bored youth turned to his dinner partner" witlua yawn.  "Who is that strange looking man  over thero who stares at me so  much?" he drawled.  "Oh, that's Prof. Jenkins," sho replied, tho famous expert on insanity-"       . ,    ������������������        .'���������"-���������  She Might Do That Muph "  "1 wish," he said, "you would wear a  green wig."  ''But," she replied, "this red ono is  more becoming to me."  "I  can't help  that.    My  eyes  arc  rather weak, and green is restful to  them."���������Chicago Record Herald.  "Are yod going to liavo your house  painted thi** spring, MudRO?"  "No; hut I aim 11 liavo,lb paint tho  stairs or tho buck door or something.  Mrs. Mudgo never tlilnl'3* -sho has  cleaned houso unless sho can smell  pnlnt."���������Boston Transcript.  HER   MOTHER-IN-LAW      "  Proved a Wl6e, Good Friend  A young woman found a wise, good  friend In. her mother-in-law, jokes notwithstanding.   She wrilei:;  " I was greatly troubled with my  stomach, complexion wuh blotchy, and  y-llow. Aftor me^h 1 nflon Bijfforod  sharp pail-!*, and would havo to He  down, My mother often told me it wns  tho coffee I drank at nmiilH. But  when I'd imlle coffee I'd have it sovere  lieiiiliu'lie." (Tea eoniiiliiH the Hiituo  poisonous dniK, (".ift'o'.ne, as coffee).  "While vlHltlng my molliPiMrilaw I  remarked thut kIi1* r.lwajH mndo Hitch  good coff(o, nnd ai-l-rt] Ium* to toll mo  how, She laughed an;' told mu It win  euty to miiko aooA -co/feo' win 11 you  WbO  Post'.I 111.  "I begun to line Postum as booh an  1 got hoi)".\ Mil now we have the  fi-'iino good 'coffee' iPotitum) every  dny. und I hnvo no more trouble, lu-  dlgi-iition ?k a- tiling nf the past, and  inv coii'iplcxion Iiiib cleuroo up beautifully.  "My grniidmolber fiiiffeiv-d n great  donl "wtih her Htomaeh. Her doctor  told her to leavj,*. <Jff coffee. Shojlitn  Wok ten but 'that w.ih Jimt as bail.  'sine iiiiiiu) SN.ih jiiti.it < -u lo ii> i on-  !'.->���������-. rtV.W-V ���������**���������-������������������ ha** u".f-d for over a  year, She truvdied during tho winter -.Isiting, fioir.cHiliiR kIio hnd r.ot  Ij-neii ���������il-Ie lo do for >. ;irs. Hho sny*-  Hhe own; hor pn-Kfiil good health lo  Pofitum.''  1 ��������� ��������� ��������� - i ' 7**       *     .  ,  .i(il)H      M1 *���������* k     u,*!     **  ui'i'^.ix.        i \i.y.*������..l  Co., Wliiili-or, Ont. Rend "Tho Uoad  iC Wi-nyiM!,." m pljgs  PobIiHN  WiW iV'Vi-'H  In  Uo foi'lllR!  Regular Pocturt,���������-iniiht bo well boiled,   l.r*o. nnd ������fu: pi.t-kugofl,  Inttnnt Poitum���������Ir a fiolublo powder    \    tonRP'WIIlflll   dlMHillVOq   nulolilv  In ft cu|i of hot w'hler and, with  oronm and rupar, mnkp's n di'llclous  hrvoruple Inittantly.   ?a)o and .M������o ili'.B,  Tlio oorI per onp or both klndn la  nbout. tho Kfimo.  "Thoro't n JlMf.01" for Postum.  -sold  by Oruut'Nk  Irate--Parent���������No, sircc. Vou can't  have her. I won't have .1 son-in-law  who has no moro brains to. want  to marry a girl with no moro sense  than my daughter has shown In allowing vou to think you'could have her,  ���������Life,  "The ������avo man used to bung Ws  bride ovor the head with a club and  walk ore with her,"  "What, of it?"  "1 don't suppose tho girls oared lo  relioiirso the"ceremony as thny do  ���������nowadays."���������Stiltc Journal.  Mr. Sa'pleigh���������No, I'm "riot feeling  very well, you know, l'vo thought  once or twico lately��������� '  . Miss Keen���������Good gracious! And  then you wonder why you are ill. You  shouldn't, do .such reckless things.���������  Bos-toii Transcript.*  /'Mrs. Al den has five children; it  tliere were seven more, how many  children would Mrs. 'Aldeu have?"  Several hands were raised. ������,  "Anna may tell us," said teacher.  "How many children would she have,  Anna?"  " "Enough,"���������Now . York      Evcnlue  Post.  "Do you see that man poing along  with* his* head in tho air, sniffing with  his nose?"  "Y,cs; I know him."     ' ,t -���������  "I suppose he believes in taking in.  the good, pure ozone?"  "No; he's hunting for a motor garage, 1 believe!'���������Kansas;City Star.  "SAFETY FIRST"  Is the "Golden Rule" nowadays, which is why  you should deal with the Grocer  who wraps his goods in  Eddy's Antiseptic  Paper Bags  Cutting  Criticism  Customer (who Is being shaved)���������  Did you pass tho civil service examination?  Hnrbcr���������YoH, sir.  Customer���������Well, you ought to gel  thi.*" appointment If there is anything  in a 'Mill-���������CinolmmM Kmiulrer.  Dog That Knew Many Klnfls  Onci-iir, (ho favorite- dog of tho Into  King Kdwnrd, in (lend,  The dog, a wh'lc, wlro-hnlred Irish  lerrier, became 1 fl some time afio, and  no operation wsih performed, although  littlo hopo wns onfortnlnod that the,  ri urinal would recover. C'licanr died  under lho uiiaoHtV-ctlo,  C'ncHiir, (t, will be romoinliarod mado  a pntholU: llj;urn nt tho fiinornl of his  roynl miiHtfi', and for some time after  hln majesty's denth, wiih IncmiHOlnblo,  mid refused to t.iko food. Later lin  boenmo deoply nttnclicd to Quoon  Alexnndiv., and h*'r iiinjosty is greatly grieved nt tho loss o������ her. little  frl ond.  "I am ('iiofiiir, tho ]\\nv������r\ dog,' waa  liiflorlbod on lis collar. OiK-wir was on  fi'lmidly'tirins with all tho monnrens  nf Vhiri-ip.'.  Tool WtJtlier  "I not Iced one t'i Ing coming nciuss,"  romnrkod tho bnsobnll fan who had  just landed; "whon the ship begun* to  ���������pitch lho iniflfiongorB wore nil anxious  in make a homo run."  YOU CAN SLEEP LATER  Ancl still breakfast on time by using %  No fireii lo kindle���������no wood or conl lo miiM -will*. jW  toucli a match to the wick���������then you have (ill die heM you  wnnt, when you vrjiftt it L������wmi Uie labor in the kitchen,  I, 2, .3 nod 4 burner mrjt, ������nd n new utova with Firalew  Cookbif Oven,   All linrdwnre nnd seneral itorc������,  Uie Royaltt* OU far Best Rftultt  ail vn ncln g  ���������"Oh, yes; Inst nlpilit bV.c  Do   I.tinoy--"Aro    you  nny li) Hor nffcctlonB?"  UoKlnnUl���������"Oil, yes;  Bald I wns nolliliiK to her whntnvor;  thfl nlKlit '-xforo Bho snid 1 was Una  thnn nidlilng."  No Wonder  '���������WIiiiI'h tin: maiitr, (U.ur? Your  hnlr Ih hIouiIIhk on end."  "I put it np In ourl puporn lnHt  nlKlit ������'������d tlm iiewapnjii-r I used wua  tilled i*Jtii horr.blo crlmo*"  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Ctlctry      R������it������������    ' Monlr������������l       Quid-to  lUUIoic       Wlanl������������i   PJmoBlon     S������iU*Icmi  Vancanvtr       Toronlu       Ottawa Maram-rowx?'
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,'N jTlC'Ii U hur". by viv u Uut mi Smiv
���tir-st d.iy of 11 cu.ubsi' jtom n^^liui'.on wiil ���
lio 111 id-is to ili'j Supiiri I'.nidcit -.1! I'r .viiiu'nl']
J'oliuo, Vioti-ii.i, for Ifio r*o.;i:wrtt'i*t' thu lio
Ai-1 liooii'-e.io Mvll liii.iois by'- iosail iu ilie*
ii it el known us the l5.v-.-r.ida hoio1, situi'c'o
a1* CimVti'iiay/13, 0, *' ' 0. 11.'I'V/'unki:
l>.ted"Oot.iotr,l, UiC).
jNOTIOK st-ndicby h'ivm lb A, on tlio'
������first d'y of Di oeml'i'i' nrst iii-plieati m \*ill
bo m-'do'to the SU|ii'i.-..ti*h lent- of Pi'-vin-:
(ial Pi-hco; Vi L'.-1'in, for therdno-t'uiort-lio
hoti.l lioens-j to Bi-ll-liqir-. r�� hy i-o-iiilinihe,
'hot 1 know as tho W.l.011 lui'.ci', astuatod
at Ui io.i Hi).y 11.0. * *     .'.
Ai.FRHi) Iv.vi'i'H House
' Datc-d October 1, I'Ji:1..
NOTICE is hori-1 y^gm*!' tu;,t on ""llu
-fi'Hl.day of Daeembor if-xt-api'lioutinii wil1
lm miicVi to ilio Suj..orii.t-ji-,(.le it of Provi'\
. oinl 1'olicc, Victoria, ior tliori-newniof Un-
lio*.il J'.cen ov,o soil liqiio s by rit'nA 1 . ilie
i'^i'l'luio tn an, tlwKol.-ou ho',1'1, sl.iu 0
b\7 Union Buy, H.O.--:- . Jons- r-Y.Asr.n.'���
Datot Ocioiior* Is , 1013.
iKnat��cvtvifvrKtvraMuwHic>jK%Kitfc<uvK��ri,<<^
'i' he G ou r-te n av,- H otc 1
.,   .JCv,ftry coiiV(*ii"n-n*"i'.ii)i-guet*t!*-. ������-
ti *.,-*. "-'.*.-
Tho Qentifvl Hot*.-l for Sportsmen
J-vlpne hul ihe"Uest ol Wines and T.iquo'i-*
al ihe Har.   , ,   ,,    '-
' "     RATIOS REASONABLE      '
GS522^ffiS2SISSS^KGEffi5E^
*       ' MM
�� 11
N".    M-cLEOD  -q'1Pj=;oi:*iaisri)r.
Knjjiisli 4 x BUnTON' Mwi.y-a on tap �� a'lso, thp famous MIL^'AUKKK
BKKlt*?���A'ihoii8or,.l-5*jl-mwiftii, Sohit/.'&c. , " OLD GURY UKAi-tU"
SUO'RMl WHISKY.   -*     Bo*st Wines and Liquors of all kinds
Tlio rii��ui'(i*ing and Coi'^ing "Department, under tho nrnnc-diate sup.-injilendenci!
will b*j ;ou. d First oln.s-i iu evwy nippact.
-vc-Mj.
I^jro*.
Jp?">*|F��s\
CAN'CELLATJON OK RE-
NOTICE IS UKRKP.Y CIVEN thai
he re*eive, ihe noiice of- Mu'ch appeai-
sd m the 1��. C. (iii>-,ette on ihe 271.I1 day
���if l)o��tnbci-, n>>7, is cnnctllcd in so .fcr
is il rol.iics to the' folluwl-nj-. parcels of
'and:���ihe \V, 1 j of the S.- K, 1 -4, 'ihe
S..WI. 1-^ and iho S, 1 3,of ihe N.' \Y.
i'^M'c<tof ihe river in Secii<m .}; the li'.
K.-I-4, the S. K. 1,4 of the S. VV. i-^
'iml iheN. E 1-4 in Section 5: ilie S.
I--** of 1 lie S. E. -u in Sec-linn 8; llie S K,
1-4, the S, \V, j-4 ,'iul liie E- i:2'uol ihe
N\ IC 1*4 in Seciion ifi, and lhe E, 02
of the S. E 1.4 ;nul N i--j,in Hcctimi :i,
all iu Town--.Iiip 3, S.iyui.id Dis'iki, ami
ihe N. E.,i 4 of llu- N. K. 1-4 in Soc-
limi ,32; the N En-.i of the S \V 1 4 nnd
the N W i*.| ;u-,(lN |.2 of lhe N E 1-4'in
SiTiic.njj; ihe N i-jof the N \V 1-4
'and ihe N 1-2 of ihe N E 1-4 inSeiiinu
34; -'.nl die S 1-2 and N   W 1-4 uf Uie N
-*, T
W1-.1 in Seciion 3;,   -'til in T,ovin>hip (%,
S.iywaid Disuici. ,      '       *
The said l.nvls will be opcn'-forcnii-y by
.pi-e-emption on Monday, ihe i-Sih day ol
May at the lunir of 9 o'ciock   111 the fore-,
���noon; all applicai'mns   in bu m.icle at lhe
office of llie* Government    Aj-ent,   V.-ui-
���couver.    No I're-eiiipriun .Kecord  shall
inqhne more man 40  acres  of, land ex-
cepi meases nhere it is ciesindil-e lo  include small fractional ��� poniiwis  nf legal
Subdivisions; information in which con
nee lion may be obi'ained from, "plans   on
view'at die abme inciiiioneli Agency.
' U. A,' REN WICK'   '
']lepuiy Mini.-ier of Lands.
Lands. Depariinciii,   Y'ieioria, li.   C,
Febiu-iiy 1 uh  1914.
E- A.TES ,
?pi 00 per day and Up
JUiXUtl'KSffttaE
iOt!i  <iny of- --.i:i!i"
.*i|i|i.-''.iilri!
���\d
1N TM E COUNTV COU RT O K
NANAIMO I'lOLDKN  AT
NANAIMO,
-IN THE '.MATTKK OF   Hi-nrv
Rioliiirilpon Slmlt/., (U'C0��sci1.  iii ���
tiVstiUi*, Intu oi'   iJtnimUiv, Rupert.
DhbvioA, 1-J. C.
y      '    u     AND
#IN TH KM ATT lilt oft!i�� "Ol1.!-*
cial Atlsiiiuisiriiturs At't-,"
T.AKl- NOTICK'ilmi   t'\y>r~|
der 1-it' Hi.*'lluiidi''.liiiiii*1*    !.���:���!,-'i.-
ni:ui��n   un    ,!'" >n,!
Hll-i,'" I   ' -was
ministnit-or   oi   th<\ l\st;Hi,< ofil>" |
aliovixm'iitioiici) (li'('c.'n-*''d( iv.'d ni!j
t 1 ��� ��� 1    ���
niii'tifS lui-vuiii I'tnims umu'.st   tin-*
sitii! 1-r.tuU'niv lit'ivhy   ri'nuiiT'l i<y
���        i     *-
fill'llifll ^:luiiv, }i:-i.|>orly ViM'iUfii, to :
nu'on   ur In.1 I'o re  tlm 13tli  il."y ul'l
July,      191.1.    AN!) '    nil    pur."1
tiii.*- imk'bu-""! to siiiil i-stu'ti1, uri' ri'-
qui'rcil to py'tlu"  sunouiit ot' tiu'ir
iink'litt'ilin.'Srt to mc   i'ortliwiili,
Dated   tliit^  10th   day pi' June
VdU,
W; Wrei.Kv AVii.i.akm,
' ��- Onii'inl  Admini*-',.nuoi-,
CuHibeihuul, ]>. C. ,
OVHR 38 TEARS*
EXPERJEflCE
I I-*�� 1-1 ,$���">*- *4 0.     -   l**"-**-,'J
-Aiivfinn;rnrltiiir *��riUi-.fVi ar-.i. fir- ,*Ii*i|;;.ii miif
fjiitcl.!)/ iiii*i>r4.��l��, t-.irii, mi'.r, >*,���., ��^.,i|iipr ���
Jn��'-!il;---i> 1.1 proiir:'vp-jir,..-'--!,!.-!   Cnu ���>,..   *,
tVinarii*.i:JI"r :!.ii*toi;!i il.- ,li---'!.r''* VI 'i,    *>.��.,*���.
si.pi f.--n, ciil.-n'ii'-'ii-. V",. .;��� -ii."r;    ../i,
r-ui'i-.s ((-.Xi-m y.-viu'-. .,!.'.."*. ������ Cxh r--im-'.\'s
ip.'-fc'liii't'r*, it:;1* in.' ','.i'i'.i"-ic., li,  ,..*
<it��'">!'*<:iH*'f?*rfW.*'  V?h*"i&y-~.'$::: -
Al-.'iM.; a*.0ly Illl'-ir.r.t-V'- *'.\ ���:���,���    ,, ii,   ;.:,,-   .
Ciil!>'.ii.-ll .-.-;:'.  !���   . "I-it1.* ;).*.-,���-  *,    'J*���- .--���  -, ���
t^yy^Ay':rh y.^1 "'���"*" ! ��s".
i'.*Vi"/?,: fi f-fl-i*-..,...     , k*/.v 'y, ",���
tlttiM* -:rJL *"'J"-������������; .���,* VjA
.Jrmk-'j y.J.*.s ,3J"T at,"'-.-.::. ii ������ n.i; * -
, ��&,, ^y
TW:-7$
* "ir*-*- ^.j*;, ---Oi
NOTICE TO CONTKACi'OKS
No. s Mini, scitoo*...
Wealed tkndeus," supn-scrb-y
O "'lVn.iei *f--r No. &   Mi.m  .SMi-jdl,**
v, iii *-a; n.r-viu"! by tiie .Honourable  m*:
V'ii.isu'i of I'liblii*. WiirI;:-, up  to noon of
Tut-.iil.iy,--ihe k")',1i u iv of M-iy  1^14 (or
the  fief-tliii)  and  c-jmu'ciioi'i  cf a ino-
-.oo'ai s< hcol-lio'.i-'-i! Tit N'x>. X Mini, '"'um-
bcrlaml, in die t'c mox Elecu-ral Distrc:.
*     0
r:*'.i)s,   siv'.ilir.iiioi.*,. -*cim!'i. '    Ji'..��-1
foi.nis ol 'omUT inay l-e >een ij.i .-;'.��� i al;
1 r     ilie,       ist      ' day       of       Ni.-.-.-
1 ij 1 4,'        a t        iho   ������ ofii <: <       ot
, Mr. J. I'.iird, tinrernmenrAseni,   "uni-
NOTICK IS MKHPK!"V01V- bullii!ul>*i'- }'y \lr--')\J'- s^^,,'!;iui
Big*ftw*��(t^,Maft**ri'a,l'jfcir*ii,**fg>r'k'*^ narvar-M"
CANCKLLATION  OK *RK-
SHRVK.     ���
KN llmt tlu- reserve of'lV;:-t*:*liyrc
and of Ihe coal under the hc:i
ft on tin" oii Nelson   and   New-
Secreiarv uf die School Jloini,  'Jiiriibei-
laild;   1!.   C
in-.i   *i!:e l)."|)..'itnieiu . of
'������������jblic \V01k-. Viclorin
l.lv ���iipplica'-i.'m-  'o   tl.e   imdersiijiu-il,
castle Districts, notice of which ia,!ltr-fclors."':!v o1,l:i'�� :i '-"M'of,the
d in the ]���>     0.   Oaxetic
I plan:; and spcc'nic".itu'iis   for  die sum  0-f
^gt^^.'gis^-ssya^^ii^t^;^^
Jfgl)	
-\3gjjp"���ja:
"ja.s^i^'y&it-
9
���a
1C5
.�����(
J.I-QU0I1  ACT 1;)U).
Section 42.
NOTICE ]'i-liei>Jiy  i:lver,   tlvit
'<u'.ii       month      ,   from dnio,
njiplicaiiein,  will  bo  mado to - Mv*
Su peri nit--ndent of  Provinni-il'. ji-til
-.at-  i'or, iio lioenso for the  s*"nle   of
1 iquor by; whol-esal-o - in  :i n.d ti^o.n
lhe ji-rei'iiscs G*il lal-ed-in-lhe  (own.
John Johnston.   Prop,
^%tatmMtm.'t*a*ia\v��^'K.Xir\irtrtmtimmt%iiakn^%pi*Vt kMMa��w��M��aH*Hiiniw
Don'l,   forget   to   plac^ 'your
]\'-xt order for priiiting wi:li us.
*iiwct**,-rn-;ifi^'?T3iTxt*z*uex'^taii'''
"0. H TAFiBELL
Ami nil  KITCHEN ..UTIfNE-SlLS,
0
W'fi Lj\,     tkJ' W  ��-��/'����-��     \jr.-5 tL'&.fl'aSO
Dcltcr.,  Cheaper.'l'hun  Most Dairy Feeds'"'
ncouver Milling & Grain Company, Lid.
���'   Distributors' N MS'AIMO, .13. C.
M����iBrow����v-i.'JWi^j����yTi^m'iim��MW
BBOUllAUtt-aaMlWgga^^
���' Spoitsmens
a (i n.i ���
General Hardware
"A: ������x-^fif^rtJv.i.i^fi vr<fi%p<tbtf\ta*>*fiM -jp)
oil.", Prl.ililil, Mt'ii'nl ami limit: ll'iirrii,Jit.
;'��i;iiii*ii"i(, -Si'.i:ii'i? ll'fiiti-io'M, C.ilUnlotii, i-i/.n
*,|./',i.-. V-i'l  ""���' l'<Trct* nl' .('���:'������ o>' /'. wv-i***-**!
7'i-in' ���! lu-rlxiK, i-lsfur-1'-"!.   Oi'.iTiMUliU'-ijMii.r.:.
������-lll ."um.   .���'.ilii li-,' nil rii'iiifirlr-i.-i or iiiiilli'il ii'
ii'hiln likif. nn ivi-i'pf of lirli'n.   Ai'": ;i'i"c 11 w
WiCii'ii-li'n:   Vl'U wmail NfciJifnn.- Co.
t/AfHi i'i j !��V��i '���!..������) *r��romUtx Onii
't
p��^*M��.(MM**f-|V*M*W��-aaW,vr^*��At*'��>>MfM
fMite Accept Offe
Bus Strike is Averted
!ditiiii**i'ii of Kiiinty-i'if,''*! Wcii'i'i'ii 1-5*1*1-
wiiyH Ai��r.i*> at ii'iv -Will Hoed I'm*
iilo I, \\'iln..i'n WiMi la I'i-- Bi'vi-
'l',�� e -Tlir-iloti'd M-i* l;'i i.r r,f,,i\(VA
V.n 'inn mni Viu'ii'di   ('alU-il   OIV*
1 iiv l(llle.���H^v'il;]li Si.'tti,.,i i;> wa-
oral llntiid uf Mi'illatimi.
Wn-liiii'lon, Au<r., II. ��� Mk ii,','��i**i i-f
M;:ii;t,V'.inlit wuitorn j-niiroitils- lliroat.-.-iu'l
w b 'ii Ht-i'ildi "f 55 out) en, iiioniun anil
llrc-'iiun lu.v-i fnriroil tlieir iiiiswor U>
IVi'Milciit Wilniiii'Mimi'iiil. lint thi'y iat-
ihi tliiulifiii'iill;, for the 1.'.- 1 r.i I (Mini ot
ihu ij iinliy in thi* pn-ii'i-t i-i 11 tinii,
rim r nn Kii nmi:K.j;����r���*< ium. nt'i ir
tn)i��ii~i(lvi*-(il tim j rn-iili'i t dny wnulil
fliuojit ilio pUn jirojiiu.nl liy tlio fodoral
lmai'il of iiKili'iiioii, mIi'.i-Ii lad  iilromly
canc-hligation ok rjc-
���sicr'vk,
notick is ilkuehv givEN that the Reserve, a.iiotioe of
which appeared in the Biil'ish
Uoliuiihia Gnzetlc on the 2yt\\
day ol! Deceinher,* 1907, i-s cancelled in so far*as it rdalei-i to
laud.s covered hy Kxpired. 'IM.1.11-
bev lyiceuse No- 42936 and
hnoA'ti as hot No. 3 7 tj, Say wo id
District; and Hint the. said lands
will bc opened for staking for
pre-emption as unsiirvcycd lands
in compliance with lhe provisions of the "Land Act" at 9
o'clock in Ihe forenoon on Tuesday, August: tt, 1914. ��� For
fnithei' iiifoi'inatiou fipply to the
(.nvenuneiu Aj��ent, Vnncons'er,
'.htongh whosn ollicii all njipli-
catic-iiii inu:jt he made,
K.  A. Rio'-rwicK.,
Deputy Minister of Lands,
Lands Department, Victoiia.
11. C, .!it 11c; 10, \i)t.\,
SUMMEIiyCl-lKDlyLK.
Trains will arrive ;*.-t CninlKM'-*
���hmd from Union liny'at, S.'dO on
Tiiosthiv.'Tli-tii'sday iind WiUui'day'
(.���.\,,eiiii)ij;s, nnd will leave I'm' Union
Hay Wednesday and' Fiiduy nl; 7
in lho itioriiiiij'-, and on h?alurdnv
at 5 jo in 1,1 ui eveiiiiiii-. Ther*.) is
110 elmngo in the 8. 8. Cowichan
(died nle.
NOT J UK    ..
, Any-poi'son nr .pei'MuiR, cutting,
my
reniiiviiin or  Lukiiiij"
nli'CKs.
NtvncK.
Koilleil teiidt'is will lie n-eeivi'd
hv tlio Minitdi-r of Liinilii tud la
ler thnn noon on tlu* Ylli day of
Anirnsl, I'dl-I, for ilia piircliusc of
Licons-u- X )!\l\ lo cul 'lOO-HOO
I-i*l. ul uniiier on an  iii'ea    iniji-ni"
ins*; l*ot ii-i, Littu* V'iiiiloo Ihlunii,
KuywiU'd District. Ono year will
he allowed fur the removal of lhe
timber.
Kit rl Iter -partii-nlnr-* of lho Chief
Ki>i'Oi--loi\,Victoria, 11, (!,
LOST Oil BTOLKN   from No.
tim hi".' or wood, of any descripliodn
.ielon;.;ino to tho Weliiniricm Colliery (Vy., or from or ol'f the land
of tlio said Coinjiimy, or miyoue
lippiiifi; nibb-hli of any dosoriplinii
aiiywJiei'ii- upon the eouipaui's
laud will *-e pro,-*i'>M:li"l lo ; ie full
extent ol the hi,1..
j. 11. j.<k',ka'i:p.
(u'lieral Alana^.'r,
C<dliei-y Co,y,
NOTICE,
iliiliiii', 0:1 looamotives nnd rad
A-av cun* of the Union t'-olliery
Cotnpuny by any jiers.on .ir per-
���5oiih"->,:;ci'pl. lain vrnw ---in siirie.ily
proh^-iled. Kniploy"(��s ������ re <oh-
ii",: t..* Mi-.tiii:-,-al On' nllnivini; i-aii)-*
+1V onh-r
ol-Conrliimiy, li. *C7nnKnvn ancT.
described as Lots oO and 31, S��c-
iionT>l. '     ,-.*-.
Dated tins 35th day of   April,
191-1-      ." ���      ���"   '..
UNION liEKWING COMPANY
"' ' ' Lid.
.     Conrad  Utile.],
Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, WIO.     \
���'  *    -Section -12.
1
NOTICE ia horeby given that,
on tho J st day of, December next,
application will bo ninde to llu*
Siiporii'i-end'-nt of Pruvincinl Police int lenewal ol' lhi3 hotol licence
to F(dl liquor by retail in lhe ho'o!
known us tno Mulm-pinn. llol^-l.
i uate nt Lund, in Ihu Province of
llriiisli Coliindini.
I Jilted this  8.I1 day   of   OoUdn-r.
19ia.
FRKD THULIN
Aiuilii-anl
LlCi-.'Oi: ACT, 11)10.
RetHion '1'.-!.
en liu* 1 -4  day id ^Peei mher next.
I   ii'ilicniion   will  hi-  mid"  10   llie
tii '
j iM'.pi-iiii'uDib'iU nf I'luwiii-hl Pul -
I iii: for u.iii'W.'il of tin- lioti-l iii'i'i'ci'
>'i *'cll li.jiior hy ii'ini' i:i tl c hold
l;iui\vn 11 ri th'! W'iU.Mv*- llr.lt 1, i-iin*
ale nt Camp- < 1|, I'ii ver, in the Pro-
vinee of Ui'ni.'h Ci-liind-i 1,
Paled   this 'bli  d-.y of Oelohur,
anpearcl m the i,     ^*,   ^.i.,^.-.-^.       , ,,     ���-���,,,������    ������,       f    >  1
* ��� ! ten ilulJavs [.TU'l, ului.h '������.ill hv  lufiiiuieu
on' the 6th day of January, 1.910,1,,,, rcii���ni..a ,,imc Mi^ond onbr.
���- -.       ��� 11 -.-��� ���
IS cancelled. l-Jm-h proposal   nn:>l !)(*  a* :n'!ip",-.mcd
L. A. RKN'WIC.K."' by an ac-xvlcd  bail!: i:l**c:.|i;j ur, .co-'ili-
P-epuly Minister Of  Lands,   caie ofdc-posii- on. ,v cb-uO;-.:;!  Iia:*,k*cr
Lauds Department," Victoria,*
B. C, 23rd June,' 191.4 .-
LAND'REGISTRY  ACT.
IN TIIK MATTEII of an A;**-,
Canada, nude pay AS.o 10 the , llrar-nr-
;i!)k*. \ho Mii-is-t'T of i'ul-'.i'- Wwk-*, l\>r 3
-in.."* i'i|i<-il io' jo ���-', c*i* efiu of ib-.' "i��n:lci-."
,\hich ,-,!! iii I."- fiMfeiioil if'!������? jj.ai-iy'irn-
d.ei-in.' ,ci'. 1 line n: onl.-; ilii') .-"iiiriicl
"wlitn cailt'd ii'ion 10 (ln'so.' a- if-'lii: J-ii;
���igi_*ii i-cvi'ti.'iO-i
'T-leiV.i'.:i o:
'ul luridi-iors will   Ik*  ii.''.i*'-ih.-i'
I'pon   l!".c   u:*.e*.''.ilMM*, '.-t   :'ie
,1
'."!
li-( lo'li'il  Hi  oii! (.*iiv."h ;,*.-. i.jru-
1 ' o ���
I or -I'.IV lOP-vlCr I,**". ''.I*'"Ct'!:-..*.!
"plVcalion for  a -Iresh   L-crTTlic.iu [~ ,.*,., '..'~*;
i * j Lu ..������iii. t t ;*>?i
of Title . to ySeclioii   '5   C-oiuox j 1,, ^1,.
District.   -��     ' ��� *j a-nn-.u-i.
���* 1    .. -   **
vnmtrii* '     i      -1 ,.      ��� ri      I'l-iv1***!-; will -.10:  i,,.* nonsiin'i-ci -.iiilf-s''
KO IICH is  hereby  lmvcii   of j     , .     f ,*,',���
* , inaJe ou; on tin*   fo'iJis ^upohed, ���.'������iicii-*
my intention at thccxpiiiition oi ��� wil|, ,i1(: ;unu;ll s,.,���,)U!I-0 of \hv n.-iu^i-
one Calendar inontb0 i'vom' the
first, publication hereof to iss.ic i'i
fresh Certificate of Title in lien
of the Certificate of Title issued
to Thomas Heecroft Ussher. La-
con ou the 31 d day of Sep! em ber
iSfji, and numbered*. 12567 A,
which has been lost.
DATKDatthc Land Reps-
try Office, Victoria, 1!. 0-, this
23rd day of J.ttiK- iQi-l-
' ,S. Y, Woottox
Re^i?'trav (leneinl of Titles.
LIQUOR   ACT, I9IO.
.   (Section 35)  *
it a IK*
iMu'd
The \i.it'.!i-
- ily acceplul.
j; !'���.. riUiKn-ni.
Dcpiiiy Mini.-ifii .wid I'uld'c 'Wiisks
Efieh.nM ;"l'c.paitii!-.;iii of I'ublic Wu.ik-.
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NOTK.:iv is hereby Riven thai,
on th'.: ninth day  nl- May   lievt.
application wiilbe made  to   the
Supevintomlcnt of Provincial Po-1
lice for the orauliiio; of a licon*-*ej
for the sale of liquor  by u-i.dl iu ���
NO'la;K in  lieiehy  piven   linH j and tt]iou lhe. pioinises lo be con  1
sli'ueti'il in accordance with   tiie1
1
plans; aud specification.*-, to be lil-j
ed with the Sup'.-i iu'endenl. id I
Ptovi11ei.il    Police,    and   to   be
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be Mtnaie at or mar the j-ovcru ���
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the lands (Uscribed f*> Lois :;.n
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Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine time* in ten -when tlie Iiv��r ii rgKl the
stomach and bowels are right.
CARTER'S LITTLE
JI VER PILLS
gently but fitsnly compel a lazy liver to
do its duty
Ciire-i Con
atipation
Indiges
tion,
Sick
Headache, nnd Distress after Eating.
. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.
Genuine mu-t bcir Signature
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.SHIPS WHICH  BREAK  IN TWO
An
Ex'
���\m>m&mr*wim*mF$&mw
Accident to Oklahoma Majy
plain Some Mysterious Disappearances
* lnuiofium questions are raised by
the .wreck ol* the tank steamer Ol'lu-
liotua wiilolt should not ho lost sight
of lu the tragedy of the life-loss and
the rcmurk'ililo 'escape ot part of the
crew. This ship was comparatively
now���built no longer'ago than 190S���
with a sross tomi'i&e of about 6,000.
But oitWor when balanced on top of
a wave* or when lifted up end and end
1-y two waves, it broke in two apparently .is Quick and as cleailly Vis if
of hollov- boxwood under a knife.
That Its bulUbeiid construction was
of the best is indicated by the' fact,
that the stern half raced itfonn for
soine time under u full head of steam
ami nearly ran down the bow half,
which kept atloat until stink by the
cuniKui-slicit  nt u (l-'ivliet-deslrover.
If one freight ship of apparently Uio
most   modern   construction   can thus
break  in  two under the mere stress
of wave million, why inuy nol others,
iiU'linlli'K   passenger  vessels,    be  ex-
���posed io the same danger?   As a m.il-
Mer of fact they are. and have in many
ii-nser. succumbed lo the tost.
|    There was the Western Reserve on
(he   ureal   lakes,   which   went  down
with all hands from Mich a" accident
The      Ikitish    torpedo-boat    catcher
Corby, broke iu two at sea some years
aso and all on board were lost. Tlie
Santa Rosa, on the Pacific Coast, was
similarly broken in
Fault of the Dictionary
A business coocem, aftei running
its own trade organ for some time, decided Unit it must, have a. printing department under its,, owu supervision,
because it found tliat "tho' ordinary
urint'mg office is not properly equipped to get out large quantities of
special matter ou short notice in nn
up-to-date manner and at an 'cquano-
mical' cost." Soon after one partner
turned to the other and inquired, "Do
you spell 'c-q-u-c,' or 'e-q-u-i' in 'equi-
nomical?'" "I am nol sure," said the
other. "Look in the dictionary." After searching tbe first said, witli pained surprise, "Taln't here." The second came to help lilm; but bad no better success. Then they'stared at each
other in astonishment, til), one ,ox-
clalmod, "Well, what -.'o "you think of
a man that would get up u big dictionary like that and not put in such
a common word ns 'eiiuinomclal?'-"���
Argonaut, * ���
How Hammer of Dentli Struck James
The old parish church of Plumstead
Is * probnhl:' at Hist 1,000 years old.
Tlie picturesque- churchyard, a cherished haunt, of the pool UloontfleM
during hls���vi��its t<> Shooters Hill, contains u dcligliifiitiy choice 'derangement of epitaphs." One of these, on
"Master .lame*; Darling, aged 10."
teaches a lesson of moderation during
the cheery season to the youth of
other . place; besides Plumstead.
Speaking from ids tombstone, Muster
     Darling exclaims: , ,
two "at" the bulk-,'*'le hummer of cl*-*nUi was give to'me
'*-������ '-. i  1 l""^TT7TlTWrriMT
A  Tl*al  LoTetr   Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE.
A itri\t([h-t?jfnard e-atwana
oflff from nn mabUnheil
Arm. T-'tj mo ctrinir tttf.7
Wi toilet to iliou-tAnd-i of
p*.>plo evil oTOr thfl
^ or M m a hnfw
ft'ir^-llMinoiit. Nov
M your chan-M to
obtain otm. Writ*
now, oncloiirw a*>
c*nti for ono o( our
fMlilonabt-i lifldiei'
T-oniT Ouar-Ji, cr
Genu' Aibort**. wit
rtrrlften ) ft 1.1 lo ��Mr
with tho v< atoli, which
will ha nlTf-n Froo
���UInm-i wnitfhisi u��
giiari-inUNkl iWe mw),
h-liOuM you ' iii* ad-
ranUsa o( our mwT**>l.
W#   axvoci   7on   to   tali   your   ir!rnJ*
    _.   and   fcbow   them    th��    tottutitul    -wat-ch.
Dint think Lhtt offer toa coo-d to ho  trui, hut wwd
35   ����nti   to-day   and   vain   a   Fr<M   Waichy   You
="wn1=f^=nn��7-t*1==-iy i lit Jr. A M *?=*fe=Ii-( ,0 Y !>;"="��� hcj'c-wij'
JtweiisriiUept.l"), W. Cornwatlii Koa.1, Load-an, N.,
���rrravrmnr
T*jwr**ar*
��IKOT
head amidships and lost. As late
as August. 1012, the British Dacre
Custle was lest in the same way, and
in July of U.st year the -Japanese
Maiiclni Mam. Undoubtedly muiiyof
the* ships which have left port and
.never been heard of afterward disup-
peared from the same cause*
Tho Oklahoma was UO feet long, or
about half lie length of lhe average
traiis-AUuntie liner, and as length increases, the ,i-"lative longitudinal
stieiiRth amidships necessarily .Ao-
cronses. Nor is the longest ship
afloat long enough always to be suro
of a single wave or never exactly
; bridging 'two waves. Such positions
are \lonbtless rare to the biggest. Vessels, but ship builders do not .appear
to be as sure as they should be that
the strain could be withstood if it
yver came.
-- Kxperls like Samuel Holmes, of this
city, explain tlie Oklahoma and other
cases of the kind hy ihe fact that-jth-j
transverse riveling of the section of
hull follows r: single line around the
girth of the ship and so,concentrates
on thai line all the weakness resulting from the nirnerous rivet boles:
Hut why then should so obvious a
course of weakening be persisted in
when it might apparently be overcome by a wider distribution of the
riveting'.' II is a matter which might
-w el 1���eh gage���th e���closeiv-af f en tion���of-
ship architects and builders.���New
York World.
for citing the .cherries off the tree.
���Westn.inater (lazette.
HOW TO CURE
STOMACH TROUBLE
Minard's
clans.
Liniment   used   by   Physi-
on the children's
bread and watch
them smile
Can be had from
your Grocer
Impossible Claims
The late George A. Hearn;' the millionaire buyinpss man .-and art collector of New York was noted for bis
kind and : i-asonablc treat mont of his
employees, "Mr. Iiearn used .to smlie
at, the new scientific , management
craze, of which lie once "said at a
dinner:
' "Thpse Kciontllin management people, with their impossible claims of
doubling and trebling a man's, labor,
remind me of the humble hod-carrier's
impossible promise. ,,
"A facetious boss said lo a new hod-
carrier:
" 'Look-fi-nr-r-*, friend, didn't I hlr-)
you to carry bricks tip that ladder by
the day?"
"'Y(,*>s, sir,' said the hod-carrie*.'
touching his crp.
"'Well, I've had my eye on you, and
you've only done lt half a day today
Yen spent the other half coiningidown
the ladder,'
"The hod-currier touched his cup
again.
i "'VII try in do baiter tomorrow,
j sir,' lie said, humbly."���New- Yoik
' Sun.
Cure Children's Colds
By External Treatment
Mothers Will Find Nothing so Speedily and Reliable as Old-Tim-;
"Nerviline"
it's really a, shame to upset a young
child's stomach by internal dosing,
when external treatment will so
promptly break nup a cold,
When your boy comes im after play
with his feet soaking, wet, his throat
hoarse and sore, bis little chest tight*
ana congested, just apply, Nervilino.
(Jive liim a vigorous rubbing ovor his
thr-iit, and put'lots of Norvllino on
his chest and rub it right In. To make
Nerviline penetrate more quickly
cover his chest and throat-with a lm:
flannel bandage.' This treatment
WON'T FAIT,. Your boy will be feeling better in halt an hour, and you
will have the satisfaction of knowing
you have warded off perhaps a cold,
or grippe, or illness that- might have
laid 111 in up.
Nerviline is mighty good for pre-
veullng colds an,il for breaking up a
bail one. too. For general family use
ii cures all sorts of external aches
ami pains-���you simply can't beat it.
Try it for earache, toothache, neuralgia, sciatica, lamo' back, rheumatism,
or lumbago. Wherever thero is congestion, inflammation or pain in the
joints or muscles, Nerviline will cure
mighty quick* The large 50c1 family
size bottle is so economical, so useful, il should be in every home. There
is also a small 2**)c size, Dealers anywhere sell Nerviline,
The Common Cause is Lack of Blood���
Therefore You Must Build Up the
Blood
There is tic most intimate relatiou
between lbs condition ,of the bloods
and the activity of die stomach. The 1
blood depends upon the stomach for a
large part, of its nourishment, while
every act of dige; ticn, from the time
the food enters -.he stcinach and is
assimilated by tl.e'blood needs plenty
of pure well-oxid.'xed' blood. The muscles, giant's'and nerves of the stomach work only according to the quality of the blood. -    ,
The most common cause of indigestion is iaclc- of rich, red blood. Not
only does ^mpure blood "weaken the
muscles of the stomach, but it lessens
tlia product of tii? glands of the intestines and stcmaeh, which furnish tlu*
digestive fluids. No'ling will moro
promptly cure Indigestion than plenty
of pure-blood. Dr. Williams' Pii.k
"PiiiTr^iT"e^i"ie^rife5"ir"aTHl~n*i0Sir'cerh-i'H-
blood-builder. A thorough trial of
these pills* gives a hearty appetite,
perfect digestion, strength and health.
Here is proof o^ the* value of these
Pills in cases of indigestion. Mrs.
Alfred Austin, V: rna, Ont., says:���
"My system became ruu-down and my
stomach very weak* T had no deslra
for foot! and what ( did take caused
me great distress, and did not afford
mc nourishment, nnd I was gradually
growing 'weaker, aud could scarcely
do any work at ull. 1 did .not sle-,.p
soundly at night' and woul-t wake up
/iot at all refresh?,*-] and with a feeling
of dread, Some year.* previously [
had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ".villi
much" benefit and this.', decided mo to
again try tliem, My confidence was
not misplaced, as by the 'time I had
used six boxe,: I was again feeling
riuile well."
Dr. Williams' Puik Pills are sold by-
all medicine dealers or will be sent by
mall af RO cents p. box or six boxes for
$^..ri() bv sending to Tlie Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Rrockville, Out.
HERBALIGT
Registered Tope Worm (.'uro, price
five dJlhirs, forwarded by registered
pohi- I'l-iiiU l.y post, office order'to
O. I1. AIv.t, r.OI. Sherbournt' street,
Tore nio.
PATENTS
rethei'Moii'iuugli & Co.. bead cll'lce,
King cti'i'i't  riiHl   'loronto. ('aniidii,
The J!uiv-il--And who Is the illslin*
giiishi'd personage In (Al over the
iniinier.'
Thr- Owner���That's my great-
grandfather, llopplrger 1 tinkle, painted by Kaloosky. Ilo was ono of tl.e
mub'of patriot.*' who ddmped the
biuiilond of siorage eggs Into lho nar*
urn.
rlctlaud   IMuln   [leak-!
Cntcirinij to All
A  I.'iimuii iiiercltaiit  lell.s of an <l'l
gWi"iT      III     .MilKHUCllU-.l'tl*     who   wns
ulu-iu   a-'   "slick"   an   nHli-lc   a*  one |
would cun- io meet,
"One iluy," Hays tlie HoHtunliin, "I j
Mtiipped ..bi'f'iie nls idl-lp and looki'd '
curium-sly ill n long line ol burri'l*- nf!
upples, so in i.' marked wiih an 'A,' and1
Mini" lunrki'd w III: a ''th \
"'What Is lhe meaning of ilu-su-
iiitirklngii?' I a'-ku'!. 'The Luiiti'Ih hciii |
In i.iiiiiaiii the saiui" kind of npiibv'
""I'licy arc tlie sanii- kind, non,' llie
old gt llllcillHIl lepjlcil, 'but Ml Ull' (UH
toiners want a barrel opened ui the
tup nnd houii' nl lho boiinin,'' .\Vw
York Tinu-fi.
Ultra-Volet Rays
Tin. cclriitillc world, and, Indeed
pi'i'smm who lake uu Interest, in
progress of Bcle-iciJ, have been
peeling tin1 announcement mndo
ceiitly,  thai   an   Italian eh cm In I.
, all
the
OX"
rebus
The  Fly Problem
Now Is the time to begin the anti-
fly campaign for the coming season, tt
is a foolish mistiike to wait, i.ntll the
ilion have mulli|.!:ci! and become a
real pest, for then |t is practically impossible tc get rid of them. The pro-
blotu is really one of sanitation. No
lilthler  In'-ect  enters our homes.
The ily, with '.ts hairy legs and
wings reiu'lly ,c; rries thousands and
even millions of germs, Fresh from
the barnyard, the giirbngu bin, or'Tlie
manure pile, and reeking with tlio
vilest lllth Imaginable, the flies outer
the doors .-nd windows, nnd hasten to
the kitchen and tko'dlnliig room and
are hhiiii spread I n iv (heir tilth nvci'
various articles of food, Kvery fly
speck Is n foul mass of couliiinlnallon.
--Dr, A, 1��* Oli-en, in "Good llenlili,
Under Oath
Smith was one of tlie foremost engineers of hh time. His one fault;
was an enormous bump of conceit. He
completed a piece of v^ork for a large
corporation and was compelled to sue
for his fee, which was* $'-'5,000, says
the National Monthly.
He was being, cross-examined by the
attorney-general as counsel for the
corporation:' . ��� ���
"On what ground do you base your
exorbitant charge for. this miserablo
piece of work?"
"On the ground that 1 am the greatest engineer in the world."
After the suit aad been concluded,
one of Smith's fiiends'came to-, liim
and in an admonishing tone said: ���
, '"Smith. ��� you should never make
such, statements in public; allow
others to acclaim you as the greatest
in your profession."
Smith answered: "I know,it, and I
fell like a blooming idiot up there'
on the stand, but blast it all, I wa,;
under oath."   ,   -
, They Cleanse While They Cure���
The vegetable compounds of which
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are   com-
posea~mainl y" __u"T*i iTde]]on~T~ah"n FiTan-*
drake, clear the stomach and intestines of deleteriour vmattor . and re-,
store the deranged organs to healthful action. Hence thoy "are the best
remedy for indigestion available today.' A t'ria" of them will establish
the* truth of this assertion and do
more to convince ths ailing than anything thai/can bc written of these
pills.
Wise
"I don't ,want,to brag about m'yself.
I've done many foolish things in my
timo, but I've been wise in one way."
"What's that?" ,    *
"I never hud the idea that I could
paper n    bedrooip    myself."���Detroit
Free Press,
Just a JokJle*
O'lfj day the leachcr was instructing a class of youngsters, in geography, and U> this t-nd she told tluin
to close thoi," books while she asked
a fow ciuestians ahiiir th�� lefisqn.   ������
"Johnny," s-aid she, beginning; with
a bright-iV.eed youngster, "what is
the   name  of  the   princ.nal   liver   in
Egypt?" -..;.-
"Tho Nile," was the'easy rejoinder
of Johnny.
"Tbaf's^right," returned the teacher, encouragingly. "Now, please give
me iho. .-mme of the Nile's 'smaller
tributaries."
"Juveniles, Miss AliVy," answered
Johnny.
Could Hardly Live for Asthma-
Writes one man who after years of suturing    has   found    complete    relief
For nursing, mothers
Na-Dru-Co Laxafivci
offer the important advantage that they do uot disturb
the rest "of =the system or,
affect the child.   .' .
25c. a box at your
Druggist's.
. Nitionid Drue And Chamical Co, -
of Canikda, Limited.     175
Plain to be  Seen
li'oote Lighto���Does llie leading wo-
through Dr. j. D. Keilogg's   Asthnu>������ t* >*��� ���"������--��� rhiy knew her lines?,
Hemedy. Now hn knows bow needless
has been his suffering. This matchless remedy gives sure heupto all afflicted witli "asthma. Inhaled-as
smoke or vapir it brings Uio hflp so
long needed, livery denier has It "r
c.iin {jot il for you from his wholesaler.
'"Wo wiinl  yon to help out our village improvement society."
/���All rig'i..    What is it, a new cupola for tl.o town hall?"
"Oii, no. We are merely raising a
fund to buy tl*e oldest 'inhabitants
some false teeth."
Miss Sue ijrettt)���Does* she^ Wh'.-,
every time she comes out in'u nevt*
dress yon can teb she's conscious" of
'.hem,���Yonkers Statesman.
Minard's
Friend.
Llnlmrr.t    Lumberman's
Probably *
"Did T ge(. your fire?" askod the
conductor.
"1  suppose so," replied  the cynical
passenger,'"tlie inspector was looking
the other way."
"You want to wli' your ease., don't
you'."'disked-'the lawyer of his bulk/
client.
"Certainly I do," replied th** client.'
"Well, then, listen to me. Tliero
must  be  some  lying  done."
"Well, I'll leave everything to you,,
counselor!"���Yonkers Statesman.'"
"Oh, see the sunbeams dancing oa
the waves," said'the poetic girl. *
"Don't look!1' exclaimed ihe'.severe'
woman.   "How do we know they, ar��
not dancing the tango or lhe turkey
trot'."'~-Was'iiiigton_ Star.
Culler���Js you,' husband in, Mrs. Ma-
gulre?
��� Mrs. Magulre--Yis sir.
Caller���I'd liko lo see liim.
Mrs. Jlngiiire���Yo can't, sor. lie's In
tor froo months.-��� Tit-DlTs.
FOUND THE CAUSE
THE REST WAS EASY
DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   QUICKLY
CURED HIS KIDNEY DISEASE
disi'DVi'ii'd* iiow to explode explosives
at a dlntani'o ly the use of what are
ciillcil tillrii**.l(>li''. r'ii.vH   Our eyes nre
only able m di'ii'i'l I'i'liiiiii of the- ru.vs
Into  which  light  Is divisible, but   it
Ium lung l.��'('ii Known Hint other ray*".
i'sl.-,l    The arccplid theory uf'light Is
Ihnl  il  Is due  lo undulations of (he
Icihi'i'.    These undulations, or waves,
iarc of viiryii'g  length,  the    shortcut
��� Hint ilie <'>'-> um ivi-ogiil/.i! being those
'thin   produce vlolei, ntul  the  longest
iIiohii- lhat  produce red,   Others o\Ul
Minard's Liniment C!o��� Limited,
(leiitH,���! have used your Mliiard'fi
L!iii|ii(*nt lu my family and nlso lu
my rflnblPH for yrnrs iind coivilder It
the best  medicine obtainable
Your, truly,
ALI'IUM' UOniAV,
l'roprli'lor   lluxton Pond Hotel and
Livery Stiiblts.
vou,
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"\Ve won't  (llHi'hnigi
vi,��� " :,,i,i ti*,,*. ���>- ,-..,'>.
owl yon to lender wmr r.''"��l
"- rendering it  .vou i   ui.iKe
Mr.  I'ri-
-Irill  ������!.
gnnlion."
ii    in-;.
the Ii-kn loilgl",' gli��'inily ii'iili'iii d lho
nil!*.   wli>  u\'��:'   laid  off.
Dv. worse's
Indian   Root   Pills
ore just tin"- ri'ibt incilicin** for th-*j
children. Wlum tln-y are coiiMipntcrl
-���-���ahen their 1'idne*, *areoitt of order
-���when ovei-iii'liilij'iKe in mhuq
fivoritc food five- tln'in indi^r-iion
���Dr. Mor.-.'*'*" Iiidi.ui Ko-it 1'iui vnil
c)'iii*Vty and miri-ly jitit them ri��'.ht.
I'uri-ly M-ni'l.��litf,ili.��-y ii' Abt i .--1.1^,-it,
\i-,-t!;<.'iiorf,ri^',liI:'!li.iiilijiiii*^*itiu,*i,
Cii.iri| your children's li-\i!th hy
nl \.i> i Vi t-ping a box of Dr. Mor-e'i,,
laju.i Ito-jt I'ii!*- in the liuiist, 'I ln*y &l
Katip   lh��   Chililron   Woll
Her  SuppoBitlon
l.illli'  ('ii'iice,  H  iiuii*t     polile    little
-i.liri    i    mi>   iii,.   illiini-i   with   lior
iiiuii   when  she found  u  hnlr lu  her
IIMI.
"Aiiiii  l-'lla," rtl.e ,'iiiid sweetly, "what
1.1-id of Ibh In I lm I?"
"Miickei'i'l. di'iir."
"Oil," replied (!''lire, "I thought  per-
is ii  iiie.-iiuild.--I'liili'delpl'.ia
Mdiii-r ���-''So, we iMnnol accept
your article, l-'ur one lliing, if is
written on both iddes'of ilie paper."
Would-be    rontrilnitor���"You   need
-    ' ���MCf   -""Ilii    weir   vein-     \'n\\
print on  both  sides of your paper, I
nol ice."
It'll!
I'll'
II
w. tl  U- 1C0f
Hir.t.*   for  Tourists
Iti-ewers should to Malta go,
l-'uuls to the loclir. of Hmlly,
tjiiiikei'.i tu the Krleiidly Inbv
And  fiirriei*! to Chill.
��� London ---.iiiiidurd,
Itllliititl >   ue'i    lo tile "Siiltil^ il.U   |hb*n,
Aiiarelilsl i (e  Ikitul-ay,
T.-ii-is to llav ilirhor   ttumps
lu Hal.li idiould  iii.ti.c ;t ht.iy,
Sinoki'ii*. hIkjiiIiI go to lluvan.i,
ru!iiiA*ing out thin plan,
i ..l,.l'.lll-i .*.     .<��     lit,        I'.ll*.*!*      [Ull.'..-
Aiwl did ],-.niiW tn t|i,. ca-> of Man.
Smoking   Ruin*
"Just come from the club, Nothing
left but -smoking rulas,"
i-n-i    -    \-.- i , i  i���,i���, ii.��
"Oh. no; everyone but hulf a do/.i-n
clgurette liends'had gon,* homo."
How   Hudson   Marchbank, After Suffering for Fiv.; Years, Found Quick
Relief and  Permanent^Cure In the
Greatest of Caiinc'ian Remedico.
Marelibiink,   King's  County,  N.H,-*-
(Special).���After suffering    for   flvo
yearn from kidney disease, brought on
hy a strain. Hudcon Mnrcliliank, Ksn,,
the well known fiirtnor of this place,
Is (ignln (i strong, healthy man, and
'mother grand cure for Dodd'H Kidney
IMlls Iiuk- been put. on record, lu rn
Interview, Mr. MurelihatiU says:
"About live years ago f hurl, my
buck from lifting, ami It developed
Into kidney disease, My buck pnlned
me nil the lime, and I wuh very much
troubled with headaehes. My appetite wits (Itful: 1 hml ri hitter liiHtu In
;ny month In tlie mornings; 1 per*
spired freely uud my perspiration hud
a disagreeable odor.
"I uhwI linliueiil.s and pin Biers, but
(hey did .-iot. do nn any good, and
at there were oilier hymptnms Hint
niv kidneys were affected, I docldctl
to try Dodd's Kii'ney rills. Aftir
using two boxen, my brick wan completely cured, and my kidneys have
not troubled' rue -since."
When Mr. Murrhbnnlc derided (hat
his kidneys wero Jie euimo of his
tronblr.fi, tlu�� rest was p.ihv. AIuiohI
nny of bin neighbors could toll lilm
tlli'tt UoAA\ Iviii.'U'j' i'D'a ��lit',i.r.*, u',uc
dli-iMsed kidneys.
Tint-   window open  behind
ii fearful dr.iiigi'.t, My teeth
Mr* 11.-
inr- iniike*-*.
aie cliiittcriug!
Mrs.  li.-Well, you know
i;im* in.-in out,���Lxehiinfti*,
you can
"I'll'.   ^,llf   ,-,   fi'ivll.l   V, III*.   Ill.li.Cii   li.Hl'nrt
for blind pi'opJo���lhe raised kind of
letters, you know-but he got a bonk
out mil long ago that tl.e blind could
uot read."
"llalsul letters and all? Why couM
not they read, ur
' na'j'iw It '.va- .i .:.,! '.I'-j-'y,," -tvtiny MagaJilno.
Then They Quit
"Whnt.'** fho trouble noro?"
'iTij/. i,f>litwvM '\rn nn m strike"
"Want nior��3 pay, I Mippode?"
"No.   A mnn crime In n little wlillo
rigo nnd naked   to   havo Waldlslnsez
S7.cbiirf.xu pnlffned."
"Vy, fader, vatover mnUcs you look
so miserable? Ain't wo mnrrj'ln* Uo-
heccu to yoiins Ooft-nfatctu tomorrow
and "
"That'll JU'it the trotit>l'\ we poy.   I
llUU'H
ler.
'avln' io jjivo   er nv.'iy,"--TiU"
"How do do, Lady Smytho? Wo Just
dilven tho motor car ovor to fetch my
wlf��> away."
"irov." utct -if j"1''. -Ai-fnirr.it; tut I
do wish you'd come 6MO*.ier."���l��a��eK-
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Now     York,  -* .    1'lnliiriiuril,   l.lv-nrimol,  Th������   Ka*l*iit " I'mssangnr   und-,-. Mali  '    Service  ln  Ui*   World.'/  AQUITANIAr  LUSITANIA  . MAURETANIA,  Por    Information     m ,.!y     to-'  any  Hallway   or   Stemiulilp   Aeant,   or  TUB   CJ'NAUI)   STKAMSUll'   CO.,  I.IMITKI)  501   MAIN-'ST.,    .-".'NNIl-BG.  A. Money-Saving Primer  Occasionally a bank managed by  mon ot enterprise puts out a-booklet  of very, great interest to"people who  don't, know the technic of "yanking. I  wish thai moro of tliem would do it,  One ot these cooldets explaining:  the fiimpllesl fact*,' about , making  money and then making- money earn  more money lias this catechism:  "How do' - people mako . mouoy.?  Through their labor and the products  ot their labor.  "How do people save money? By  spending; less than they earn-  "What-is the secret of money milking'?' The real secret is the saving* of  monoy, for 'saying money is the first  slop toward making money.  "What Is essential to saving money?  Making a start,,no matter how small.  Every penny saved helps to save another. '  "Is It the duty cf everyone to save  money'.'.. Yos. By doing this one need  never bo 'dependent upon others for  food 01* I'loUiing nnd In* timo of sickness unveil'money will bo n groat comfort.   - , ...  "Why should children.save money?  Uocause It J ouches them lho value of  money; It secure nnd uses,  "Why should parents save? " In addition 'to always having ready money,  for emergencies by this means the  children may be educated or later  started in business'.  "What is lhe lesson ���������for all? To  save fot the beneill the habit'brings;  to save for the children; for business  propriety.; for old age-, for Individual  comfort, and for the happiness ot do*  pendent, ones."  .At bottom nothing is more simple  than making money, saving it and  making the savings increase. As the  average man and woman hears them  discussed,- however, those topics are  buried in a bewildering tangle of  strange words an.l terms. Sol wel-  comeevcry primer talk on monoy and  saving I' come across!  Pain In  Back  All  Gone  Gin Pills Completely Cured * -  Mr. B. 0. David of C.omwallis, N.S.,  says, "About a year.,ago. I was suffering* so much with a' dreadful Lamo  Back and Hips, tv. tit I could not Btand  up straight: 1 was informed by a  friend about GIN PILLS. I got a box.  It helped me 'immediately.-- I havo  Inker, about twelve -boxes' aud tho  pains in :ny back and hips aro all  gone. I cannot apeak too highly of  your 'Gl.V PILLS.'"  -50c a box. li for $2,50. Sample froo  If you writo National Drug & Chemical C*-., of-Canada,'Limited   Toronto.  i  ARLINGTON  \r WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  '' Soiu'r-llunir   hetii'i-   than   linon ��������� and  lils*  tmimlry   liilis     Waslr It   with   soap   ami  water.    All  slorcs or direct.    Stale stylo  unci size, -For sr.c  we will mail you  THE  ARLINGTON  COMPANY   OF  CANADA,  -, .   Limited  ���������;  68 Fr������89r Avenue,'Toronto, Onls-rio   .  iUV  THU NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N.I. N������2. N.S.  THERAPSON������a������  great succoss, ct.'Kr.s ciiro.-hc. weakness, lost vkior*  ft VIU, KlllNSV.-ULADOKK, [HSIiASiKS. BI.OOD   POISON,  HLI-.S, VlTllliR NO. nUIMGISTS or MM!, SI, l'OST *l CTS  ���������"FOUGKRACO.M. 11K I! KM AN ST. K Kit" VOIIK or LYMAN BROS  ==fTQRONTO. *.yilITIv=i:0*,.=FRES=l*-O0IC=--l*O-DR^LS-Cl.ERO=  M'liD.CO.IlAVKKSTOCiCKn.IlAMI'STKAO, LONDON, ENO.  TRYN[i\V|-)l!AGSI!UASTKLKSS)l*ORMOF*~������.sy TO TAK������  .THERAPION^A...  8CB THAT TIMOR  MARKKD-WORD 'TIIERAlMO.N' IS OM  ���������KIT. GOVf.SlAMf AfHXtn TO ALL GENUINE PACKETS.  Few Escape Corns  Thoy.come I- the young, tho old,  the weak ahd the st'-ong. Ia.all cases  cure is effected in twenty-four hours  by Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart  Extractor. This remedy is painless,  it's sure, it "always cures. Don't experiment.' Use the "old and reliable Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart Extractor. Price 25c.       .-,  Publicity  for  Drunkards  The city of Caen in Normandy,  noted, for its building alone, und * for  being the centre of* the most dissipated ..portion of the civilized world  is'beginning to reaeut. quite seriously  ���������tho reputation which it las been enjoying more or lean for a great number of--.years.  The worst of tl is that according  to* govi-rninent statistics thero are  moro inebriates here thai; lu ��������� any  other part of Fr-.uce. and lho reputation is Ihci-Jl'ore we'll deserved. Not  only when it's apple blossom time,  but nil "year round in Normandy the  streets.and roads are rarely without,  one,, two or even a small crowd of  *mon unable to find their way home.  But all this will soon change if the  campaign undertaken by a local newspaper proves as effective as., is ox-  peeled.  This journal hns announced that  it will print every week a complete  lii-t of all those who have been seen  intoxicated during the past1 seven  clays in the streets of. Caen. The first  list met with great success. Every  wife in town carefully scrutinized it,  fearing at first yo iicd the name of  her husband and rejoicing thereafter  over the fact that families of friends  or neighbors were'well represented.  The-editor'has been flooded - with  letters of encouragement from the  women and to these communications  he gives -much space in his paper.  But no mention is made,of tho other  messages which he undoubtedly ��������� is  receiving,        , *   . -  The Professor (interviewing applicant for position of page boy)���������Well,  young man. what is your name, where  do vou liva and what does you father do?       ���������- y  The Applicant���������Tommy Tnbb, Paradise row. ain't., got no farvcr, only a  stepfarver.  The-Profcstoi���������Well, "what- does  vour stepfather do?  The Applicant���������'K''ain't, done" no-  .tliink',-noL^iiice-Jttelw^ad���������IinL==LQii;  don Sketch'.'  -   - .  The High*Cost of Uviny.  At the preset time possibly no  other subject is receiving quite as  much attention in Canada us this  one. It will bo 'a surprise to most  readers tokuow that during the fiscal  years which ended. March ill st. 111]3,  Canada pfeid $11,500,000 in duty on  food, and all of this large gum. is  virtually a direct tax on tho-consumer.  In glancing over Uio list it Is easy  to understand that the buying public  aro themselves, largely to blame ih  many instances, for there are article*-  of food produced in Canada that are  equal in ovory respect to those mado  in any country in tho-.world.   *  In the baking powder line alone  there were GG7.004 lbs.*imported into  Canada, and this means the consumer paid in duty the enormous sum of  ������117,000. There.are no better goods i.1  j the world iu this line than magic baking powder, and' it is made in a  model sanitary up-to-date factory, and  can bo procure**, in any llrst-cluss  stoi-ti.. at one-half tha price the imported article sella for.  Such articles as raisins, currants  and many oilier things, which' do not  grow In* Canada,-or are not produced  here, have,of necessity to be imported, and the duty paid.*  If tho consumer would devote'a little thought and "attention ao this subject a .large amount of money could  and would be saved-���������Canadian Homo  Journal.  Handing Out  Horse Power  The best lubricant for wagons is  Mica Axle Grease  Saves repairs andn makes hard   roads easy.  "If 1 the Mica that Jon it,"   .  *      THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winnipeg Toronto     - 'St. Jolui'  '   Vancouver Montreal Huliftx  DT  ITI/ LOSSES   SURELY PREVENTED  III   Al.li    1,T  Cutlar'i  Blsokl'o  Pllll,    Low-  UJUr&VJU.   prleml, fr.n'1. r**ltuljli<. urcf.'rie-l by  ���������Wnstuni st.wk|ni-ii.beOJi|-ii) they nro-  t-Mt   v-hert    otliw   vaccine-,    (nil.  V-'rlt*. (or iKioklet ami ti'stlinouUla.  10-doM flkgs, BUeldtg Pllll $1.00  50-dot. pkn-i. Blaokln Pllll   4.00  Xhn on; InJ-vUir. hut Cultcr'i lust.  Tin supfrlorltr of Cultur prmlui-ti li tlue to oiev Vi  yu.n of spool'ill/.liiir lu'vmxsln-ii end itrumi only.  I mill on Cutter'*.  .If mioiiUlnVib. order illrcot.  THE  CUTTER   LABORATORY,  Oerktliy,  CillMrnl-t  LEG  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY  MILLIONS   OF  MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  Smoked Salt With Tobacco  Doclor Parr's was tho strangest wny  of takiiiR will. Talfourd records that  ho used to (ill Ills j.l|>i* half with the  Iinest tobacco and half with ������alt. After thut. it is not very RiirprisliiK to  learn thn*. he smoked ''with* a philo-  BOplilcal calmness."  On ono occasion when Hie 'wo mot,  Charles Lamb's furious smoking of  lho strongest tobacco filled Doctor  Parr wllh aHlonlslimoiit, Gently laying'  down his pipe, lu*. Inquired how Lamb  bad arrived ut Ida power or Bmoking-  at such a rate, 'I toiled after il, sir,  ns Rome men loll after virtue," was  Lamb'rt reply.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  Consum(jtion of Spirits.in States  ��������� Although fully one-hail' of the people of the United States are living in  prohibitionist territory, more than  twice tlie amount of whisky is consumed annually j in that country than  was-, the case seventeen years ago.  More liquor" of all kinds is being consumed, and diseases known to be  caused by alcohol excesses are increasing. .,    f        ��������� - , "  Thus,, insanity, whicli is frequently  tlie result ��������� of over-indulgence in  drink,* has increased 7.3 'per 100,000 in  "'Tills girl Is only a college flirt, Hew  <lo you know' Uml ahc really loves  you?"  "She ilyos her hnlr to confoun with  my ehiHK colors, dud, A fellow could  not iMik for nny great or proof of devotion llian that."���������Judge.  "I'-alhor never ronlly began to feel  nt home until we Hlnmli Italy,"  "So?"  "Yi'i-, in Venice . evi-rytlilng wiih  flooded ami In Pompeii lho Htrects  were nil torn iip."--Loiilsvlllo Coiirliir-  .louniiil.  The Prlond of All Sufferers���������Like to  "the shadow of ft rock in a weary land"  Js Tir, TIioiwih' Eclectrlc Oil lo nil  those who suffer pain. It holdH out  liope to everyone r.nd realizes il by  Ftllllng siitYi'ilng everywhere. It Ifl n  llnlmont thnt has the blossingR ot  bull' n ennlliH'iil. It Im oti enle evorv  wlieie and can be found wlurcvor on-  quiii.il lor.  Johnnie'* Coniprehenalon  "You  know whnt  n booinornng Is,  don't  you, Johnnie?"  "S'\  "������" .T'i "  "Why, n  boonu'i-nng In fioinetliii.g  you throw out and after a lt11Io whllo  it Minis nml com*1* back"  "'Tleime, ma'nin, it's Hometliln' like  lb' iirodlgnl son, ain't ll?"  , Jim Crook, who, by the way, .travelled incognito, sometimes as-a,Rus:  sian prince, sometimes.as-an Italian  count, occasionally as a German baron, spent mos!; of his life crossing  and re-crossing the Atlantic from New  York to Liverpool.  3y profession he was a cardsbarper  .and'he found tbo big ocean liners an  admirable hunting ground, for he was  ii. man of considerable'charm of manner, nnd had an extraordinary knack  of establishing himself , in the good  graces of,, distinguished fellow-travellers '   ,  "I should very much like to hear one  of your sermoi.s, sir," bo remarked to  an eminent clergyman whose acquaintance he had made on the first day out.  from Liverpool.  "Well," r-fi-.il od (ho parson, who was  no ino.in judge of character, 'you  ought, lo have heard me last Sunday,"  'Ought to liavo heard you! Was it  an oxcopllont.lly.Rord, sermon?"  'Oh, no! But, I was preaching in the  chapel at Poit Inn-.! prison!"-���������Answers.  Cliiere Profits  Nol. only In Caiuida are good pro-  Ills being'obtained from dulry funning, li) Australia the members of  tho Country Itoads Hoard (Victoria),  whllo on a tour of the Troytesbury  nml Otwny Forest districts, discovered one mnn who, by manufacturing  and exporting cheese Ij clearing $.11,-  R00 per yonr from '2fi*l acres of land,  Others who are nlmllnrly engaged are  also making largo amounts.  Some of the settlers hnve formed  co-operative cheese riUUiul'iielorlefl,  which are ..imaging In a thriving fix-  port business.  When Ui.'1 sehein? for good roads UV  be Initialed by tho board has boon  curried inlo elTin't a nil their rallwa.*  IIiiph can he tapped with ease, It is  confidently expected that I lui Otwny  and lleylesbury fi/rem di Bt riot s will  become 'Pre-eminent in the dairying  industry, and many butler fne tori (.'twill be opened.  Now y.eiilund Is not to hnvo every*  Ihing llu oivn way. i.s nn'A'lllpiidoiin  cheese -jx por lor. ���������/���������"''   f^-  "MlPii Kllitl,' he begun, "'or Klhel, I  nionn--Tvo known yo'u long enoiifili  to drop lho '.Misii' bnven'l. I?"  Shu llxed I,or lovely t-yes upon hlni  wllh a nieiinliig gu*'.o,  .   "Yos, I think yon have," she Killil-  "What prolix do you ivli-ili to suhsll-  UiH'?"-t'ut. olio Citizen.  How It Happened  Auul  Nnnoy���������S) you  didn't forget  julil    til.v    l*- A   ii   .*��������� Uil   V.'.i.v   ii\.*-.;i   11 tt-1 -J  in Now York Ihln li-lp. Klmn? '  Uncle Kben Iher liiiHbnnd)--I could  not, Nancy, Nvery durn girl 1. mot  kept rnbbin' U Into tne about belli' a  married iiuin.----Pii<'k.  Uie eight proinbitioTi" SIiitcs7_wirile'~������or  the entire! country the increase is AA  Maine, Uio ' banner prohibitionist  Slate of the Union, shows an increased insanity population ot 21.2  per 100,000, while Nebraska, a "wet"  Slate, shows a decrease of 27.C.  .-  These "'figures have been compiled  ���������by an American, physician, Or. l-iuinrn-  ton Williams," who attribute's the poor  showing of the prohibitionist Stale's'  to the fact- that the consumption of  spirits lias increased fur more than  that of beers and wines, because the  small bulk of spirits makes smuggling easier.  the  Guarding   Them  Tho   Employer���������By   tbo  way,  children usually .eat with us.'  The  New    Governess     (lirmly)��������� I  must ohjee, to that.  "Why?"* ���������        ���������     '  "They're sure to pick "P such raulty  notions      of     grammar."���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer.  The   Poetic   Tcnn'ysons .  v No   other  family   has   wilhiu   two  generations prod -.rod  so many  poets  as the TennyiSont:.   All the Laureate's  brothers wroie  poems, and  loth  liis :  sons published,, voi.som iu Macniillan's j  J'lilBii'/lne, though iliey did so imoiiy-:  mouslyl 'It  is a curious fuel." wriue ���������  Aloxnudci- .Iiipp iu 1002. "that the Ten-1  nyson. family, every niaU  niember of  which  wrote  verse, and  F-iiocessfully. J  should   have   so   far   abstained   from  ���������publishing .openly pr publishing at all  as if they disliked the idea of coiiiliii*,  ii.to t'ompelltlon with"thi- .nival poet.  Specimens of the'work of" Lionel and  U.ulIan  Tennyson ��������� will   be    found   l<  "Pools nnd Poetry of lhe Ceiuury,' and  I may add thai thesi.' pieces were- seat  to mo by U'e old  p-iet  hiniseli' in a  letter    now'    before   me,   wiih, such  words   as   most   certainly   show   that,  he did not share tlie fee.ing oi Scott  --thanking* God thar-.his sons showed  no poetic symptoms.!',  Corns cause much suffering, . but  Hollo-way's Corn Cure offers a speedy,  suro and satisfactory relief.  1 Repartee  , Magistrate  (to  offending' motorist)  ���������You are fined 40 shillings.  ' Motorist���������All right, old man.    You  must take it out of. a fiver.'  Magistrate���������You a>\: now fined ������5.  Anything moro to say:,    ���������''        *,* ���������,  Motorist���������By .Tovt, sir, no! You're  too quick, at' repartee.���������London  Sketch;  Bobby���������Papa'  made man.  .Homely Caller  boy.  Bobby���������I guess you., didn't  any looking-glass wheu you  your face,, did-you?  says.'you* are a, self-  (proudly)���������Yes,  my  have  made  Keep  house.  Minard's    Linirr.cnt    in* the  that  an  Rivalry    ..  Mrs.   Di^gs���������At' our   club   meeting  (his afternoon. Mrs. Brayton read oue  of ber unpublished poems.  '��������� Mr. Diggs���������And -what did you do?  Mrs. Diggs���������Just to take, her, down  a peg I-*read one of my untried recipes for Hungarian goulash!���������Puck. -  j Her Clever Trap  f  Polly���������Father  told mc today  you get $,'!,500 a year,.Paul:  Paul���������Correct to a penny!  Polly���������Why, you'll have to pay  income tax. won't you?  ',. Paul (grabbin;; her)���������Darling, "they  don't tax a married man until' bis income is $-1,000 a year. Save me from  being' taxed, won't vou, dearest?���������  Puclc."' *' " *   *.  Are you "ono of those to whom  every meal is another source oi  suffering ? "   ���������  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  will help your disordered stomach to  digest any reasonable meals, and will  soon restore it to such perfect condition that you'lj never feel that you  have a stomach. Take "one after  each meal. ,. 50c. a Box at your  Druggist's. ' Made by the National  . Drug and-Chemical Co. of Canada,  Limited.   ; 150  Baseball and Booze  Recently Mr. Hugh S. Fullerton undertook to tlnd out how long baseball  players last, in th-* company of major  leagues, and he discovered tbe following facts. He selected from the roster of JDO-1 the names of thirtyjila,,-  ers who drank and thirty who were  total abstainers, and ho'found that  live years later only four of the drinkers wore left'find twelve of the abstainers; while in 19.lt, ton yours  Inter, only two of tho drinkers woro  leftauil 0113 0.' these hud becomo au  abstainer, whllo -"ighf of the abstainers still hold the Held. Financially lio  found that eight of the drinkers wore  down-and-out, iuul only one of the lib-  stalnors; throo of tho drinkers were  prosperous, and sixteen of the total  iibstiiinors. Nino of tho drinkers hu',  died nnd only two of tlio abslulnois.  Evidently John Bnrlpycorn is no  friend lo busoball players.���������Chrlslhn  Guardian.  If They Lived Today.  "S^cnre^Tw^s~fr^tree^t~lOTiTr"Tnr(r  would today be pulled in as a vagrant,'" says 'a Boston law professor.  And'wc-presume Diogenes, snooping about in Cvthe daytime with a lantern would be4 bustled into a home  of nuts. .... '  Sandy (newly arrived in   Canadian  forest land)���������Wl atna. beast's yon?  Native���������A young moose*   -   "   -  -, Sandy���������Och",  haud  yer  tongue!   It  that's a young ra'cose I'd like to see  aue '0 yer auld rats!���������Punch.   Seeki ng���������five-Sou rce  Deacon (to vicar   in   yestry)-  An Outlet for He,* Feelings  The lovely young lady aud ber boro-  somo escort were sitting iu tho drawing room. He had taken her to tl.e  theatre and brought her safely home,  which was really all that was required  of him. But still'he stayed-and talked  and- couldn't seem to know what polite yawns signified.  Finally the young woman said:  ,   "Mr, Rubbitin, would yoii mind closing that door'.'   I feel a draft.".  . He tried    and tried, but the   door  wouldn't latch.  " "I  fear it can't be  done,"  he  announced.  "Yes, it can, if you know how," said  she. "You have 10 close it from the  o'utside."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.'  -Are  you suffering from a cold, sir?  Vicar���������No.   Why do you ask?  Deacon���������Well, ��������� there's about a dozen  'cough lozciiges iii the collection plate!  ���������London Opinon. ,     * *  "Was your husband*cool when you  told him' there ..was a burglar in th������  bouse?" asked Mrs.. Hammer.  "Cool," replied Mrs. Gabb. "I should,  say be was cool. Why, his teeth chat-*-*  lercd."���������Cincinnati   Enquirer.  ors  ���������^WITH  ���������  erience  NERVE FOOD  Try  Murins  Eye   Remedy  BC y-iti liivif Mod. H-Venkj Watery V.yoH  'or <?ranuhtcd Eytllil**, Doosn't'SlDflri  USooihes Eye Vftlti. ��������� Druggist* ���������.Holi  Wurin** Wye Remedy, Liquid, 2Sc,-50c'  Wtiriirt ��������� Itya Salve la Aseptic ���������Vubes,'  iSc, SOc.    Hyo Boolc3 free by Maitt1  } iuSv lorit 0.3-iAtof Alt fty������������ tK������t Ho*-* Car* <  [ttuplua ttpit IXomodp Vo������ Chlenao  VV  N. U- 100S  ���������*, irni) 11 c*i>irin "-I--Ii -I'-*! '���������'"..'ii'i'!**.'? !:!.*;  cook'"'Hn gL'ii'.g a ("Inner party and  between the coi.rses Ilio good lady  siit wllh l.er hinds spread on the  tnble clolh.  Suddenly th** burr of con vomit Ion  ceased niid in llm slle.ice Uml follow.  ed 11 youii'i mnn on the right of his  lioHti'Hti ni'd p!"iu'iinl)' ;  "Awful iiniiHC,"  "Yi-ii, Uie". mny bf ' .-.aid llie o!,l-  11 nil' oofil,, witn li-.'ight'.'ik'il color;  "and yoiiis woull be like tliem If you  hud don.* hnli' my v.orb"  "JonkH wlll never make a good golf-  Told All He Knew  Pelt lllilge, tho Kngliuh huimiiisl,  told a sto-y of two American Indies  who bon rued one of llie old horse  omnibuses In London, iuul having .settled down on the fronl Hout oh top,  proceeded lo bcmbiiril le uhnforriin-  nte drlv.'r with (iiiestlons nboUl the  pluocs Ihey wero passing.  The driver reiichod i.lin limit of his  patience in Trufiilgiir Hiiuarc'  "Look, here, ladles" ho exelnlmod as  ho Hlurted bin horses up the hill to-  wn nl during C\ott roiul, "tliul's tho  inoniiiiient to So'mu on the led, HI.  MnrlMi's church U 'ore on lho right.  Further on we push tho Onrrlck nml  Wyndliuin's tlie biu-k onlriince lo tin-  Aliininbrn und the 'Ippnilrome: n Ml  'Igher up, il' nil goes well, thn l-nliii--.;  fui'tlier ("ii wc reiicli thn Oxford nnd  the 'Orscshoo. Ilull'vviiy up Tott'iihiim  Court roiul, If Providence Ih good to  uh, we sluill too Whllollold'B tuber-  niiclo and not nni'-li limn till wo gel  to Ih,' cnhleu Hlutiie, 'higher up mill  the Uiiliinnlii and (ventiinlly the Aile-  lnlde. where wo btop nnd go no fur-  thcr.  "And," iw/li .1 llh-k of I1J.-1 "bi/'.  "this Is lhe bus, them's Ihe 'orsOH,'nnd  I'm Hut poor blooniln' driver, nnd now  you know pretty nigh iih much about  IL all iid 1 do."  Love and Pity  Mr. Supliend (during the honey,  mnnn)���������When did my little duckii*  diirllng lirs'. discover tlmt she loved  111c?  Hride (sweetly)���������When I found my-  hoU getting nind every time nny one  (Milled -.'.in a loi)i.--Ne>v Vurk Week-.  l.v.  Shook and Overwork caused Nervous Breakdown-Never found anything  to compare with Dr. Chase's Nerve Food as a Restorative.  er.  -For  "He'fl  tongii.'il-.l."-~Penn/  zlne  Mart ii-  lle���������"I ���������vnn'r 11 ITurtl In  live years,   Will you wall  Sh "t'eri'iiinly,   II ,i"������  marries me before thon."  iniirry   for  fo,- me*;"  one     else  "Is hi'fompl  dniviiulim'!"  "I  iiu'-rs fo.  ������������������vill  lbul Mi.- miiili' for  ���������tvl,,* inuli'i' liis v-lfe'n  Hi������ wear.-"  lui,  hatliliig  ���������Puck.  L  .' Miss Innes is widely known in New York, Toronto and other large centres as a  Teacher of Dressmaking nand as author of ithc most, complete work on this subject:  41 Scientific Dressmaking and Millinery." This book has been ordered by the government for use.in Women's Institutes throughout this province, and is being put into  practically all Public Libraries. The experience which Miss Inncs has had with Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food is told in such an interesting manner in her letter that wc shall  quote it' in full.  Miss I. Innes, 245 Huron St., Toronto,  writes:���������"I have a strong constitution and  do not neglect the health as many do  whose strenuous lives of overwork lead  to breakdown of the nervous system.  Consequently when, on receipt of a telegram announcing the death of a brother  who was very dear to me, the nerves  failed me, I went to my doctor and his  prescription acted beautifully and restored  the nervous system for a time. Again  in New York I felt the need of a tonic  and had the doctor's prescription filled  but to no avail, and just here I want to  emphasi/.c the necessity of going to a  reliable druggist who you know will use  only the best and purest drugs. I was  benefitted to some extent by trying a  prescription which is used extensively  by ������jto<*k hrnkorq on Wull Sfm-r-r, whi������r-f������  fortune1*! nre made und lost In a day,  and the nerves give w?y under the  enormous strain.  This helped me but I am writing this letter to say that nothing I used could  for .1 moment be compared to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. This t'^utiuent restored my  exhausted nerves, gave mc new vigor and energy, and banished the many distressing  and disheartening symptoms which only nervous people will understand.  I know there arc. authors, journalists and business men with whom I come in  contact daily who should know about this great nerve restorative. I know there are  women in the home straining thr? last nerve to rnnki* the beit use of the income in  these times of high prices and whose nerve cells hnve been sapped by worry and  anxiety until they live in misery and do not understand the reason. It is because I  know this that I want to tell these nervous, worn out people about Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food. From my own experience I know just how they feel aud just as certainly  know that Dr. Chase's Nerve Food will prove a wonderful blessing to them."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 centa a box, 6 for $2-50, all dealers or Kdmauson, Hates  ���������y Co., Limited, Toronto.  ���������>"Vi������V"  MltlS I, INNUS  -Nl  J �����<""���-"my; ~-A - ���-
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Boyd, tho company will put on  from  1,500  to  2.000  moro  men   this  summer, so that tfhen their maximum  is reached Ihey will have at. least. 3,-  000 men at work rushing tbe government railway to completion.  At tho present time the company  has three steam shovels working at  The Pas aud two at mile 110 from.  Uiat poinl. This summer eight now en-  . ciiies will ho put on the line. All of  these were ordered some time ago,  and all have been delivered with the  ���������xception or one. '.vtilch is on its way  from tho-manufacturlng plant at Kingston, Ont., at tho present time. It is  fxpeccd. to arrive next week, and  then the company will have thirteen  complete trains in. operation on the  Hudson r,Bay railway. About 100 Hart  convertible cars have already been  shipped up, and theso added to the  numerous box and flat cars already on  the tracks makes an'extensive.equipment for a. railway which is not yet  doing business. There aro also two  passenger cars which'arc used in connection* with a mixed train, which is  being run every day from.Le Pas to.  mile 110. ���������  ,    ���������  "Wo fully expect to have the rails  projected to the first crossing of tlie  Nelson   river  at  Manitou  rapids  by  fall," said Mr. Boyd.   "This will mean  that we can run a train from here to  within 155 miles bf the bay. We have  supplies cached at a point 110 miles  from the bay .now.   UP. to this point  camps arc located every 10 miles. We  cannot lay any track, however, past  the Manitou falls owing to tlio  that, there is np bridge here yet."  1      According to Mr. Boyd the line.,will  " be graded to a point 110 miles from  ���������������������������  Hudson Bay by fail provided the labor  market docs^ not ��������� tighten up. At the  '   present time1, the company is* able to  secure all the m 211, they require, but.  this state of affairs has .not'always  '   existed.    No trouble' is    anticipated  this ,year, however.  ,Mr. Boyd is loud* in his praises of*  the country round about the railway  line. There is some excellent.fanning  ��������� rountry*'he declares, beginning at  ���������m i ic~lJ?0paTrdT-unniiTg~to_^i anitou-ra p--  iils. The-soil is* heavy ' rich' clay,  slightly rolling and covered with excellent timber. Already some experiments havo been made in this regards,  and last, year one.of the engineers on  the line Aliened oats which he plant--  rd on land 110 miles east of The Pas.  Apart from, this "Mr. Boyd declares  that thero is an .abundance of water  power in tlie .country traversed by  the railway.���������Winnipeg Telegram, ,  TO   PROTECT-THE   BIRDS     \  Treaty  Between  Canada  and  United  States for Protection "of Migr:tory  Birds'Will be Passed Shortly  Early consummation vpf the proposed treaty between Canada .and,, 'the  United States i'or'the protection of all  birds, that migrate between the Republic and the Dominion is anticipated by  the American Game Protective association.   . ",, A ���������  James B. Burnham, president of.  the association,' draws attention to the  fact that on May 12 the United States  senate sanctioned an appropriation' of  $50,000 for* the "enforcement *of������ the  new fcderalJlaw for the'protection of  migratory birds. "Very shortly, I hope,"  lie says, "there will eorhc before the  senate for ratification ii treaty provld-  to'lng protection for the birds that mi-  ���������n-'grate between this'country and Canada.' For nearly a ynu* now the organization whicli I represent has been  laboring on this mutter". Had the appropriation been defeated, it would;  probably havo sounded the, death knell  of the treaty: *>Tow * t.here'is a, good  prospect of completing lho camptiign  for protection of our migratory birds,  covering the entire line of flight of  most of the species, ivhlcli was begun  with the organization of the.American  Game Protective association some two  and one-half jcars ago.  "The senate's action In lhe present instance," said Mr. Burnham, "is a  victory for the people. Wage-earners, farmers, the every day citizen, had  just as much, at' slake as the "sports-  man for th'e protecti'in f-of our insect-  eating birds was in jeopardy.  "Victory by the overwhelming vote  of 45 to 17 would seem to settle once  ancl for all miy'contention there may  have been Regarding the solidarity of  the sentiment in this country v/ilh regard to the p'achg of the protection  of our migratory npecies in the hands  of the. federal government./  "In tho hour ot vhtory/We are not  forgetful of the splendid support given  us by the, press, the organized conser-  vationalistti of the country and th.? almost numberless individuals, whoso  combined efforts alone made the result  possible."  - INTERNATIONAL': CONGRESS  DEEP  SEA'   FISHERIES  FUR    FARMING   DEVELOPING  Three Comapnles aie Arranging to do  Business In  British  Columbia  Two   .fur-farming    concerns    from  "Eastern   Canada tmve.taU'*n out lionises in British Columbia to trap during the summer months for black and  silver fox breeding purposes.   Both of  tho companies nro In the hands, of experienced mon who have mado 'a success of fur-farming on Prince lCdwnrd  Island.    A third company is now In  process of formation.  The first to apply for a permit was  n company In Atlin, known as tho Atlin Trading Company. Hepresontii-  tlvcs had previously mado a study of  conditions In tlio provineo, and had  decided, that the best place to locate  tho Industry was Atlin* A large consignment, of wire fencing aiid othor  material for the construction of tho  jions and enclosures wag sent, up on  the Princes*' Mny n fow weeks ago,  and the compnny has nlrnidy secured  a number of valuable foxes to start  with.  Tho second company lo take out a  permit In under the control of Messrs.  Ilylnnd and Prendorgast, two well  known men from Prince JOrtwaril Island, and In n HiibHldliiry compnny of  one of (he buccchsi'uI Princo Kdward  Island companies.  The third company which Is arranging to do business thore Is to locale nt  Port Praser. A feature of Its busl-  neiifs will he that It will ranch Tuxes  for other people, under (he euro of 11  -'oinnclent man from Eiislorn Camilla,  who lias made a study of fox breeding.  SIXTH  CENTURY  RELIC  Statue of Venuo From Temple of Ap-  polo In North Africa  ..A life size Btatue of Vunuii Iiiih been  found by excavators near t'-yrena,  North Africa, which In the early ecu-  Inn-en was the scut of ("ironic oultuie.  Tho fiintuc, which dales back to thi;  ���������Mil century-���������the time of Praxiteles,  the celebrated Greek Hcupltoui-���������In of  Parian marble nnd once Blood In the  lelilpit* ol Ajwiii"- ''"���������' h'-titl it*lui ������i'iiit*.  ���������.ir ml: rlni: and Uu* rvo'ivMor** are  continuing "thc:r search in the lm,'-*  Hint they will be found.  Tlio Venus, which ij considered a  nMiHtcrpli'Ci! of Greek, sculpture, will  lu* brought to Home and nlnced ln the  lt-ftl,**.*>,.I'll    (t4,l*������*-V,**4*-.'������*  Dominion Government Investigates  Fisheries in Far North  Waters ''  Some time ago .it was announced  that the government, now that transportation facilities to, Hudson Bay are  in sight, would investigate the, fish-  cries of that'region to determine their  commercial value. For this'purpose  arrangements .have been made" to send  out" at once, three f parties under experienced and competent, men. Two  of these parties will go overland  from Cochrane. .One of the overland  parties will investigate the fisheries  of-tlie rivers and shores on the west-  side of .Tames Bay, and Hudson^ Bay  and' the other*'will carry out.the "same"  -���������worls-on-the-enst-side^i���������7-'^���������^-,   To investigate the ,deep sea fisheries the schooner Burley with tho third  party will leave "for Hudson Bay as  soon as navigation in the straits, is  ,open. The party for the east side  work, will be in charge of J- .E- Melville of Edmonton, a member of the  fisheries.board; that for the west sid^  will be under A. R.->M. Lower, a graduate, ot Toronto university and who  has bad considerable experience in,  Ihe north country, while the deep sea  fishery investigation will be conducted by,Napoleon A.Cdmcau, who has  been in the'fisheries department for  mnny yoai's engaged in this work on  the Gulf! of ,Sv Lawrence," ���������'  An  Epoch-Making  Event  WhiciVWill  -    Attract Thousand? of Visitors/,-. (  J (By* D'Arcy Rowe)   .   '     -7  As the plans to   the 1914 interna-  tionai Irrigation, Confess, ��������� whicli -will  be held in Calgary en Octolfer 5, 13, "?,  S. 9 next, aie.gradeally n'earing coih:  plction, more "people are beginning to  realize ,tho great benellt thai will result,*,, nol only to Cal&a*ry. but to the  whole- of  llu.   western   provinces  of  tlie Dominion, from  this great meeting.". ���������".'*-''��������� c ' '     ��������� .  ���������  ..To this convention will come" from  3,000 to'3,500 delegates fiom practically every civilized" country in'' the  world, and in addition representatives  from every' foreign government and  hundreds*of leading agriculturists that  will bring tiie total of visitors 10 the  convention well up to 10.000,, Among  tlie delegates are included masters of  capital at the, head of the greatest  colonization schemes on the continent;  eminent, engineers''outrusted with the-  direction of great reclamation and irrigation works;' the agriculturist,-who,  with the* aid' of irrigation, is making  the hitherto unproductive land productive���������men who have the vision end  capacity for big things, and by carrying their idea- out are aiding to the  wealth.and population of their country. " '        .- .*  To appreciate tlio work ihat these  men are engaged upon It must be,realized that on the North American continent at the prcscn*" time there are  some $700,000,000" invested* In irrigation and reclamation works. By their  efforts in the neighborhood of 20,000,-  000 acres of ciice unproductive, land  are now supporting, many people aiid  are producing ,anywherc from $25 to  ?500 per aero, according to the class of  agriculture, that tiie owners are engaged in. ' '.  ,  The question* of a building laVge  enough to accommodate all tlie delegates and visitors thc.t will attend the  congress gave the management a little trouble, but arrangements have  been made whereby tho sessions of  the congress will be held in tho huge  Calgary horse show building in the  exhibition* grounds. This location is  doubly suitable, as it will be'possible  to have iho land show that will be  hold in connection with the meeting  in the neighboring buildings, hi these  buildings there will be exhibits of pro-  ducts-,*of irrigated l'arni's in.the western provinces and those of the United States-that would be interested. To  all"these provinces and states invitations to send displays of their produce have  been * extended  and  it Is  L  IN NOW CULTIVATED  SOLVES ISSUE OF SAFETY FLIGHT.  CANADA'S   POSSIBLE  IS  li'. PER   CENT.  TOTAL  .FARM   LAND  OF  THE  of  corn-  expected that about .25 exhibits will  be on hand. In addition to these district* exhibits, both the Dominion government and the federal government  of the UnitccJ States, have signified  their intention of putting in displays.  This show will undoubtedly -bring- a  great many people into the country,  and".' a conservative estimate placed  the'probable attendance'in the-neighborhood of 100,000. This seemingly  ia"rge_~n um be~f"*i s"**qui te~ju*stl fi ed'byth e  unusual character of the exhibits, and  by the fact that this congress is more  or less of an epoch-making event, for  it is also tho first time that tlie organization has met since it was  broadened inlo au" international body.  A Comparatively Small Percentage of  the Total, Land  Area  of the. Nine.  .Provinces is Yet Under"-Cultivation,  According to Figures Given by Census Branch Department..  The potential agricultural resources  ot Canada are indicated' by the fact  thai uoi.more than -.6 per cent. of.tl.e  total land area of the nine'provinces  is- now under, cultivation. This is one  of the interesting statements In-'a bulletin issued by lhe census branch  the department  of   trade   and  merce.  The total --land area o[ the nine provinces is placed at 1.401,31(5,413 aorta.  The area of farm land' occupied in  1911 according to census figures is 100,-  777,085 acres.     -  It is estimated that within the boundaries of the nine provinces, as at  present constituted, there is a total  cultivable area of 440,951,000 acres,  This, it, will be noted, is only SI per  cent, of the total land area and takes  no account of rorcst and swamp lands  which may ultimately be tilled, nor of  northern areas, of which the agricultural possibilities are at present unknown, because unexplored and un-  surveved.'    ' *   * -  ' The total area under cultivation  given as thirt.vsix million acres  this, field crops represent  .acres and fruit, and vegetable crops  625,000 "acres. Only about' thirty-  three per cent, of the- area now'occu-  pied'.as farm land is at piesent, under  cultivation, while, as noted above, only  2.6 per cent- of the total land area is  occupied fo"r agricultural purposes.  In Prince Edward Island 86.01 per  cent, of the total land.area is occupied  as farm land, while ninety per cent,  is, estimated.as being possible for cultivation. In Nova. Scotia '38.83. per  cent, is occupied as farm land with 60  per cent, of the total land area possible of cultivation. * In' New Brunswick 25.36 per cent, of the land area  is occupied with 60 per, cent, cultivable, ln Quebec 3.52 per cent is occupied with 10 per cent, cultivable.^  Ontario 9.37 per cent, is occupied witli  25 per cent, cultivable. Manitoba S.33  andv50; Saskatchewan 1S.39 against 60  per cent.; Alberta 10.96 per cent.  :igainst 65 per cent; British Columbia  only 112 per cent .is occupied with 20  per cent cultivable.*  For all-Canada the total land area  is given'as 1,401,316,413'acres, with  109,777,085 acres or 7.18.per cent, occupied asjfarm lands. The'estimate of  possible, farni land is given as.,440,951,-  000 acres or 31 percent' of the total  is  Of  --35,375,000  Secret    of    Machine  Being  Carefully  Guarded  by  War Office   *  *. It is stated that the British government wishes to maintain lhe secret  of the new, safety aeroplane, which is  the property of the war department.  While th's would give a great advantage to ."lie British army, aerial service, it is pointed o.i*: by some thai  it would be against the interests of humanity in thj conquest of the air.  ' The king is enthusiastic over the  new machine. After' witnessing a  flight at Aldershot he exclaimed:���������  "-Why haven't yon a hundred of 'these  in the .army?" ��������� ". '  " ColonM Sei-ly. secretaiy of war, in  hn interyiew, said the invention of the  machine was due to tlie brains of  mauy * men. Four drgai.iyations had  played a par., namely, the National  Physical laboratory, th Advisory Committee on Aeronnutics, the Hoyal Aircraft factory and experimental filers.  "The new'i'.eroplane.'' he said, "is inherently not automatically stable, that  is to* say stability depends on* the  shape, not on any mechanical attachments; the secret can he applied to  the luonop'iiiic a ��������� well as to tiny biplane.. The now aeroplane, which -is all  British'' and tlio prod'ict of British  brains except the engine, has been put  to all manner of trials, lt has been  flown in a gale, flung at air pock-its  and eddies, hanked steeply, and has  proved'stable in all ways. A novice  can quite safely, control it. in the air  but still the greatest problem of all  remains to be solved���������that ��������� of safe  landing. " I have 'flown hundreds of  miles, and know.ihat this is the one  thing ihat, is checking the advance of  -flying."  Individual  Fair Play   *>  a herd of 12 dairy cows the aver-  Sun  area.         _  ��������� 7  General Wolfe's Monument  ' The movement to erect, 11 monument  to.the memory of General Wolfe ' is  making progress, and a further impetus * is given it by Field Marshal  Lord Roberts, .V.C., who has recently  written to P. 3. Wade,,, K.C, at Vancouver (formerly of Winnipeg). Tho  field marshal says.linu he has long  felt that the existing monuments r.re  unworthy of so great a soldier as  General Wolfe' and Mon (calm monument on tho Plains of Abraham Ho  hopes to see jusl as great and worthy  a memorial ceded In London. Lord  Roberts offers to assist' tho movement  ln any way.  About $23,000 h.-.B already been subscribed in Canada to the fund for tho  ptirposo of rrpcll/ip, at Greenwich,  Wn Kin ml. a fitting monument lo General Wolfe, Several provincial governments contributed���������nil told, $4,200  ���������and tho balance has been gathered  by private Biibneriiil!oii In WInnlpog,  Toronto and Vancr.uver. it Is hoped  thnt thr Dominion,.government will  contribute* llboriilly to the fund. Avon-  (rlhiillon of $15,000 was asked I'or two  years ago. Tho Vancouver Canndinn  club has asked ��������� 1) Canadian clubs lo  HSBlst. in the movement, ro that the  monumi'iit may h1* carried out to citiii-  plction.  BOUGHT DUKE'S ESTATE  Alberta's Silver Foxes  Tn ful lire nlnelt or *Hvcr foxes ox-  port'd from Alberta will pay a lax of  IlOu -tach; olher varieties of foxes and  all oilier animals , ex,:ept mtinkrat-t,  rc-in**.! on r.-im*** or fur farms, will he t brought  J, W. Stew.ir-, Vancouver Contractor,  Hns Some of Sutherland Lands  The Unite or Sutherland has pre-  son tort a petition t-> the tfcolliiili courts  for leavv to complete- the talo or the  Avrshlre oHt.'ito, arranged by IiIh father, tho lute duke, to Mr. ,1. W. Stew-  nit, tho rnllviiiy ciiiilr.iclur of Vancouver, who Is ihe directing partner of  Foley, \V������-li*h and rilowurt, which  built the gri'iitr'r -.art of tin* niountr.ln  section of (he dram! Trunk Pucllli* and  Is now huihllng the big tunnel for ihe  C.P.U. Mi rough thi' SHI'li'l-H. ll Is "in-  dei'Hlond to lie Mr, SU'wnrl'H Inlentlon  *, . - -II  10 t.ioi t,i,,...it ,.,-ti.i. ;-���������>.������',. in ...%. ������.������  tnle \\\\" i'limmor and r.rent prfpuni-  lions for thr event, are being mndo  by lho tenants nf (he estute.  Hunoarlr.11 Pheasants  A shipment of lluiiKr.rlr.n pheasants  . ,*        .. t  'diiiHuu'iM  V **i (���������,���������'��������������� J    ������������������.*>���������'<���������**.   ��������� '* *-<������������������ i* i������ ���������>'������������������*-.. A  April '2'2 ond and wlll bf. liberated on  several,ranches near Calgary. Thin tun*  been arranged by Alb.*rta Fish nnd  Game association In the belief t'u-t  tho pheasants' will '.lirlve In t'.ils  province: pheasants hnve been  In yonr!,,*  for the past  five  Power From Sahara  ' A great, deal has-been published in  scientific and technical journals within the past half-dozen years concerning the experiments on* a. large scale  in developing power from the sun's  heat, which have been carried on by  Frank Sluiman,. comments the editor  of tho Engineering News.  For two or three years past, Mr.  Shuinan has been engaged-iu creeling    a large sun power plant near  Cairo, Egypt.   In this plant, lie abandoned his scheme for heating water lo  a moderate temperature and returned  to the earlier scheme of concentrating  .the    rays    of the sun by reflecting  curved mirrors upon  boilers containing' tho wate*.- to be evaporated. Various accounts bf thi-*; plant havo appeared In popular sclent I tic journals,  but the lirst engineering analysis of  It- with  the results of tests (hereon  wns made public In u. paper read on  April G, in London, before the Society  of Wnginoerfl by A. S. 10. Aiikeriniinn.  Briefly summarized, (he plant erected In  Wgypt covered  seven-eights of  an acre of ground and the highest output, of power obtained from.lt in the  lest was only UM horse power. While  It   is claimed tlm'*. tho low pressure  steam engine which utilized lhe steam  did   not   work   lutlufnetorily   In   the  test, It was evident that even had the  engine worked with as high 11 degree  of efficiency aa eniihl possibly be expected, the power output would have  heen a men' trifle compared with ih-'  onorinous cost, and spiiee occupied by  the phi nt.  The results are well worth placing  on record for ilmlr sclent ilie value, but  as 11 conimi'i-eliil enlerprlHe the product Ion of power from siiushlne appears to be about on a plane with the  proverbial Industry nf extracting miii-  hhlne from ei'i'iimliers.-  COMETS   FORECASTED  V*7"A*RS  Troubles in Mexico and Turkey* Were  Shown by the Planets  Bv a. strange chance it' happens  that Kritzlnger's comet, which was  discovered by a, Gorman-astronomer of  that name at the -2nd of March, is now  situated in tlie astrological "sign" of  Capricornus. According to tlie astrologers the presence of a comet is the sky  indicates war and bloodshed or calamities, so the sirnificance is e'ear.  This fact seems still more striking,  when one recall-*, two other similar  instances, ln October, 1912, at the  time of tho outbreak of tlie Balkan  war., which, proved so disastrous to  Turkey, a pew comet was discovered  by M. Scliaumassc, of tho Nice Observatory, situated iu tho, astrological  sign of Virgo, which rules the destiny  of Turke>. Again, at The end of September, 11111, just'as the Turkish-Italian war- was started, a bright, naked-  eye comet suddenly appeared in tho  same'sign of Virgo, being first seen iu  Russia by M.-Beljawsky.  In  age vield last year was 3,7S0 pounds  of milk aud 144 pounds of fat. The 10  best cows.in the district averaged C,-  l!!)3 pounds of mi'l: and 221 pounds of  fat.  When it is seen that the difference  in the average of these two groups of  JO cows is 3,475 pounds or milk, while  between the bsst and poorest individual cow thero was actually a difference of 6,195 pounds of milk, it is quite  evident "that-figuring out just a cold,  dead, machine-like "average" is quite  unsuitable and unfair when it comes  lo dealing with a living-, nervous, sensitive cow.  That "difference of $01:95 between  the earning po.ver of two individual  cows indicates the cow's natural rebellion against mere mechanical treat/  ment. -Being an anim.xt&d and complex  bundle of her particular likes and dislikes, then her bes't results will bc  cheerfully given. She is not simply  one of a team, but an individual whose  peculiarities are v-ell worth studying to  ensure development.  The average may be used in giving  due justice to each cow only when all.  in the. herd are equally good. Just, as  *10)Tg'*"as~"t'*;eSe~rem"srkabi5*~din*erenc"es*  exist between individual cows, there  will also reniai.i the need for a record  of cost of feed and production of milk  of each one separately. Then the herd  can be built r.p on the definite system  of each one contributing a good measure of profit; otherwise, the deficiencies of several poor cows add to tho  heavy burden shouldered by the two  or three star workers of the team that  do make large profits, Dairy records  give fair play to casl.tc6w and "help  in" judging individual merit.  mmisors imp is  DRAMATICALLY TOLD  NAVIGATING    OFFICER    OF    THE  AURORA TELLS OF FINDING  EXPLORER  The First PersonaKAccount Given of  the Dramatic Meeting of the Explor-..  er   With   the   Relief   Ship   on   the  Shores of the Antarctic Sea.  The first persont-*?account to reach  this  country  of  the   voyage ' ot   Dr.  Maw son's ship Aurora, which relieved  the Australian explorer and his party  on the conclusion of their two year's  work in the Antarctic.'" has been mado  public by  l-ercival Gray,    navigating  officer tof the Aurora, who    reached  England recently.  The. Aurora left llobart on December 19. calling on the way at Macquar-  ie Island to embark the wireless party  at that lonely halfway bouse to the  Antarctic and to land reliefs. There  was a considerable amount of drift  ami pack ice, but the vessel pushing  her way through heavy drift ice, eventually arrived at Mawson's main base.  "Early in iho morning of that day,"  said Mr. dray,, "in clear and calm  weather, we anchored in Commonwealth Bay to relieve thoso whom  last year we* had to leave,behind" in  the Antarctic,under the dramatic circumstances which are already known.  Shortly 'after our arrival we launched  the 'whale boat iu charge of Captain  Davis, commander of the Aurora, and  landed, rejoicing to find*that the seven members of Dr.-* Mawson's expedition were alive and well. Personally,  1 had not seen Dr. Mawson since two  years previously, and was surprised  .to find him so fine* after-the. experience he had undergone.  - "We were struck with the fact that  since-- we last saw them- the party  had become almost bald," doubtless,  owing to tho fact that.for two years  they had beon wearing-close; woollen  headgear.'' ��������� ���������  "There was one'addition to the basa  camp whicli appealed to all of us. It  was a large cross, visible far out at  sea, which had been erected to the  memory of Lieut. Ninnis and Dr.  Merz, both of whom had laid down  their lives iti" the* cause of science.  Soon after our arrival all the pvty  V,  BUFFALO INCREASE FAST  THE   FACE-WATCHER  Settlement on C-P.R, Lands  Settlement of CIMt. hinds under  new colonization condltlous Is "-.fry  active, in MiiM'ti the t'.l'.U. department of naiurnl n Houro**'-** eolonlml  17,1(15 liens with 7*1 fnmillcK; till*. Is  "J.IH'H' ainh uimv ihu'i March, l'*l-'-  Heitlern who came In during March  (link up farms iivi-riging i!3:: hit* s,  and an* praitl-.nll', nil uilxnl fiiiiiii-r*.  gulng lino mock rnlslnn, dairying und  Intent-lvc farinliig and, ������,s ih'-y li'iu*-  bought on ao-yeiir ronlrnef, Intend lo  become pcnnani'iit n-t'ldtntH   nf Can  , r,        I .    ���������!    ������,. r   ---    I"  ���������.,...       I...    ..,.,.     --   ������������������    , ...    ,*     ..-    ������ ������������������������������������������.  l'Mi, Wcnti-'h -id Soi-th Vfr'cini furin-  er������ arrived to take up land under th-������  iU'.H.'h jjo-yi-ur plan and will   local-*  Goverment,   Rowever,  Ha6  Not  Been  So   Fortunate  With   Reindeer  The Dominion bufi'ub herd at Wain-  wright, Alberta, Is increasing so rapidly that the gove:nment. now has no  less than 1,500 aniuials, When the  herd was heciirod several years ago  there wore only half this number,  nnd no less thai. 15'J were ndded by  natural increase during the past, year  alune. TIiIh information was given  by Hon. Dr. Hoelio, minister of the  Interior, during tho discussion of his  estimates.  lli-wc\.r. the ,-itUTiipln of the government to prii|i.igate reindeer have  nol been ho suc-essfiil. l-'lfly were  secured from Ui'n'iulor a few years  ago ihrough lh������ iiHslHtanco of Dr.  Wilfrid (ii'i-nfeH. They were- taken (<>  Kurt Smith. In -he"l-cacu r!\cr country, but 17 were hml. In traiisll and  others were lost In hliunpede ciniiied  by the niinoyaiiee from Hies The  government hnil 11 left Dr. Ituche  said they bad now nnilltplled.  Eo6tern  Products lo West  Km-  many  ymr*  Wvau-rn    fnn.ula  Iiiih drawn farm products   Irom   ihe  t'liM, but things now begin to mnvc  till' ,<lltliT    '���������.lO.    ITCflltly    -1.100   hWilil!  were .shipped from AHuTtn tu Toronto  ami Aiberia lambs mi- ali-o being  shipped ti. Oi-tatlo, where they command good prices. Fur first Mini' in  hlulory nlilp;i)t'tn of Alberta eggs left  or   Oiilar-u   (luring   Apiil.     Ainu   In  Man    Who    Never    Forgot.Faces  .'  Criminali Wanted by Police  After tlxlecn years as a-face-  watcher, Detective Inspector Bell is,  retiring from the Liverpool pol-ce  fcrce. During that time he has stood  by the gangways of ships, scrutinizing  tho passengers as they went on board  in search of orlminalslry'ng to escape  from England.  -lie has watched the departure of  practically every great liner sailing  from Liverpool, and it Is staled that  no person fleeing from justice has ever  escaped his vigilance. Every week  about thirty descriptions of "wanted"  persons were sent to him, and he  searched on an avenge seven vessels  containing up-viinl.*- of 'J.000 passengers.  Ilo has '.Hed over 150 memorandum  books during the twonty-slx years ho  has been a ui-Muher of the Liverpool  force.  "The method 1 i-mploy to get, descriptions stainpoil In my memory,"  exclaimed Detective 1*")1. "s to copy  them out. Once 1 have written down  ibo details of a pei*--oii's feniures I e:.n  always remember them.  "I cannot hny that. 1 have found my  work a particular strain. l-'xperieuiT  has shown lhat criminal.' wishing to  leave Ihe country' generally mnke the  attempt within a month of being  wanted. That Is the period during  which 11 close wnich l*- kept for tliem,  although, iif,courM', a detective who  watches sTiTps Is always looking for  people agalnsi whom wi.rrniits hnve  bleu Issued, howevir, old tlie crime."  WHAT THE PARROT SAID  .A**  were taken aboard the Aurora and received a never-to-be-forgotten welcome'  from the crew ot our ship.  "We at once' commenced preparations for embarkiup; the stores, specimens, etc, from* the base." a work  which had to be suspended at inter-,  vals owing to the Antarctic blizzards ,  winch sprang, up- Eventually*, after  eleven days' work,-, our labors were  (vmp!'*recl, and ihe hut only was left.-  Before leaving, this building was care-  fullv closed, aud 11 messageyvas, nailed 0:1 the- table that Mawson's people  hud been there."-  A  New Homestsad  Map    -  The  12t'i' edition  of a  publication  which should prove'of interest to every .  person following the progress ot settlement throughout the  provinces ot --���������  Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta  is now being issued from the Hallway  Lands Branch of the department of  the interior at Ottawa.    This recent  publication which    is    known    as   a,  "Homestead Mup," shows In a graphic  way the land situation'up to the present year, also the*  standing of each '  quarter section throughout the three  western provinces according to the records of tho department on Uie 1st*of  January, 1914.   The map has been issued   lu   three   separate sheets, the  Manitoba  and   Saskatchewan   having  been published some timo ago and th������  Alborta now being available for distribution.  Nothing conveys quite fo frocibly  to the eye the rapid manner in which  land available for entry Is being taken  up as this map of many colors, llhis-  I rating as it does by a comparatively  simple system of coloring ���������tfie stand-,  Ing of each quarter section nt the beginning or tho present year.  In addition to the Information re-  gardlng lands which have been home-  steaded or othonvisi* disposed of the  publication contain*- complete informant ion with respect to Indian lleserven,  Timber Berths, Crazing Leases, Post  offices, Hallways, etc, throughout tlie  three province**.  . This latest edilion of the Homestead  Map Is being illslribuleil free or charge  and a copy covering any'one, or the  three wesieri: provinces mny ho obtained upon application to P. C. C.  Lynch, superintendent of railway lands,  di parinienf uf the interior, Ottawa.  April a carload of��������� fresl:  butter w, n J I'nincls P-rrdlnamJ, the helr-ph'snmp  fi-n t.itraf. (n fn Ig'.l-orbo-iKl  S,*--l.a-  toon, Hefiliw., Aenii  (���������armiuiKfty���������iuaiiy of  ,n/..1..1 .    ������. ������������������      -��������� 1.,;...  I.ougheeil   ������.nl  ihem po*---'"'*!-!' d  11, , 1,1    '���������',. i-  showing lliey ur<* "XVierls. They haw  cotu'ld'raWe capital ������������d ������ill mu I it  for mixed for mint'.  *i\ *>t    1 * at t*t    i***������������t  I'l'ttiij    -it** ��������� ��������� *    *���������*���������    * -1   1 ���������"*���������+���������   **���������"*  In thp oncii'vn -mivlniT" iiimI five <-ir-  lOlldH of ilrenHeil  "nenl  nre |*eillg (.)|||).  pnl  daily  Fiat-i'5.  to  mail*****   in  the  CniWd  ���������mitijfci to t-woii- tax <>f *$ir> each titiA  innskrats to JI per dozen. Thepe ex-  ���������port taKes, rexuliant from heavy demand upon Albrrtn fjame for stocklnR  reserrf������ snd tnr farm*' In othfr furta  of thn wintry, wlll f>n������l fo retain  this Import-jtit industry In Alberta.  years am: appear tu ho niulii-ilying  rapidly. Parti-ldgi-H nlso Luv 1 been Imported and thcrr* an- now mnny thrum-  anils In Alberta. Pheanantr, will be  protected until ta\f, and the ai-fwiM.  tlon will -ft-mimic Iniportln*? them until then.  Plan  For  Incre-tned  Armament  j bus h<cii Introiliue.i in the Sv-i'di: li  j parliament. |*ru\lder, for the annual ev  I pi'iidltnre of 3:1,0110,000 kroner (up  iproslmatily firi.ooo.uuu) for the Jinny  and liO.GOu.'ii'O kroner fur the navy.  . Tho ih-w |ir<'KUiiiiii!i* for national  defi tii'i*. inelint,.- ihe run������truction of  eight li'-ttle'ihlp'i of tlie .SvcrJsu type  and -t-lrmcn ileilmyiT**; and uIho with-  Hi were 1 al*. 111 by A'i-.'riiii ���������*>, nnd on luri/.e-, a in ���������* U-ii lor iti-ii inv pin-  thP*c HI homest**' ������Ih, W'.A \<io\lo will; pom-h, wltleli is ������M*e<*u*d to teali/e  jive The CarittdiaTi*- *������er������" rn-il In j������r..ii(ifi,lKiO Vroni-r. Thi-* will u bmin-  order, wlfh 77 liom'Mjadf--, ������nil t:d'Ut u Ivw^ t-\\o v |,> ttu- w-i-altnlfr  petiole. ' ���������������lMi,.'*h.  Austrians Alert Homeitenders  Three hundred and tour horn*-st-iid-  firs wer������> renlstcn*i| in Wlnnlpe",' ii.ir-  Ing April, uml !il*:������ piople haw* gone  to Hvp on them.   Of tlt'ce ]io\iV'tu-,v\*.  Potato Dlucauec  There hns been ii'sueil by ".ho de-  partnietil uf agriculture at Ollnwa n  leriuirknlily well executed folder,  Parmers' I'lreiiliu* No. -I, eiilltled "I'o-  lutu I'ineasi s Transmuted by lhe l.'ti*  of I'liHutnnl Tubers," showing In iiitt-  ural colors re|iri"*.('iitiiiliiii*i nf specimens  Uf   lliHeilM'll   pDlllllieS.      DiM'IIHi'S  and oilier lilc-inlHhoK  r*preseutid  are  potato caiilier, piiwdeiv scab,   hollow  potato. Internal bnnwi Mrenk, little- potato  disease,  dry  rot,  we-i   rut, e curium  potato scab, nml sterii-end    n*f.  Special reference ii, made ;o    potato  i-niiker and puwile-y .scab, ihe latter of  uh'uti in i-uiH aliiiidy  in r.niaibi. ,u.il  i-liould be eiirefully avoided  The foblr-r  points out that, under the ileHtruc'lv,*  inseii uud pent ae* 0' Ciniiida, any ,11 r-  i-oii*, Ih liable  to iitOKei'titlmi     I'otatu  gruner** wlm Hiinpec'. the  prei-ence nf  ell her of th'' hitler (ll*i'-|i."i,M    ai'i   re-  (|iiested 10 m:hI speeimeiiH to the l-������  ��������� > .  1, -  .11  , ��������� , ,.,, 1 * - -   . ���������,    , ��������� ��������� 1  Pnrn-i, Ottawa. Thin folder, prepared  by Mr. II. T. Ciimniw, Dominion Hniut.**  1st, \-iill he i-ent free tn tliuse who ,ip-  1*1) for i* !-.������ the Pi:lilie;u(oii������������ Brar.fli  of ihe Dejurlmerit "f AnrlcuKun* at  OttH'wa.  Canadian N.ition.iHly  We mu*-l e,*ili.'ii!ate ill (his coutitrf  upon the loining of a time when vat  will not r'Tiird uurhehui a* British  or Americ.'in)-, but as t'.iti.'idlanfi. 'Sld������  by t>hle, the Hrillhh M-ttiers ati-l the  American K'ttlf-rs will live and labor,  fralerui^e nnd inieriiiuiry, dincues and  ilfilde (*aiiiidi.".ii Iniiiies, until th** point  tiMui \ie*A tti 'iitir .nixed i<((i<tii>iiiKi*> **lH  l!.*hi ib ri* . lho Hoti is raid (u.tiu t'luiadiini .ind nutliinc tlto. Ad-jS  ht> it-ii popular. a������ nverylimly kno������ff | tb-t-n **l'! "fliw tb������������ time tfbto lb*  tlmt itie l.uiMJvr ai:������! i"N b'ir *-*rdl-jde-ntiry i>l -J*a������ad.i ������iU be tl*-tr;r*m|n*4.  tuII-> i'.!,!ll- '>:**��������� u^t-T* |-Mui.'t]-*.il Llyi'. ,  Amutlng    Story     of    Aged   Emperor  Francis and His Heir  Ai| amiii-^ii*,; story which has reached 1'arin from Vienna slums how tho  Viennese rigilrd the lelalloiiu exliiling  j between the Kmperor Pruneis Joseph  . a-jril  elghiy-llil'i'i'.  nml   lhe   Af.-rliihlKe  I    The  ! eeriily  -���������ii>i-v ;��������� ir*--- lhai ������ vnllermni-i re-  fniinil 11  piiiTot In 11  ireo out-  Belvedere, the Vienna palace  , 1,  hide   Hu  uf tlie  .'.ninl.!.'   I'r.tiH is  I'-rnllnar.d. :  Ah llie pairut freely iiki-iI the niuiu-s  of \arloUB august pi rHouiigen. the rhlcf  -��������� !. r   ,.,.., ,1   . ,, 1   I , .1. ������������������  |rtl the bird ilo be bronchi before him  (or 1 roiis e\aniinatlon. The purroi  tallied freely, using ihe mont violent  evpletlvis, but hl������ay������ winding tip with  tin* pluare, "He'll 'lie (o be a hundred'."  Tin n iip.ui the chief of police snid  Ihrre wu*; only i'i:v man ln Vniina to  whom the piirn.t ������o>ilil belong and  unified i ,������" biiil .in i><   liilut ������* liiti I-  till! I W,!TtiJ.*U  THK NEWS. CfJMTJERLAMD. BIOTISH CO^UMBITA.  ���������KKmt-VAm^rs^ttirats. ^iwc-fju* .^in.v*^Nia  ss ware!  Table Sets, 4 pieces 75c a. set  Table, Sets, 4 pieces ......; $1.50 and $2.00'  Jo.ly Qlasues with Caps " 50c a dozen  Giass Tumblers : -.. .50c a dozen  Glass Salt and  Pepper Shakers Berry Sets   etc.   etc.  *.   t>  3S-F"    See our, Stock*of Furniture,   House Furnishings  Wail Papers, Ranges,   etc. etc.  . The Furniture Store '  MePl.ee litook, A. McKINNON -  Cumberland  MUKMinmuM  HUNTING  FOR -r'OUTH  AMKRICAN C..OLD.  "   Mr. Kru-1  .larrelt,    .'-niiii'i-ly of  o -  lS'-uiainio. I'ut now of   Vancouver,  -   not ifi/:11<������ to tlio   Sea--    to   look  j" irj^oltl in a sunken reel',, ns   was  ivporteil in these c<������linline r.vont-  lr, liiu is li'uvino- with ;*. company  whi el i hns U-i'ii  incoi "piiiiiti'il'   un-  , -Itii" tin- naino nf the AtiVlu-Aincr  . i'l-aii Kxplo-inir Co., for un    utiin-  linhiteil pail of iSniiih Chiii.  "riic t'oiupaiiy ha*-; u vessel full\  It. y ���������.  ������������������(|iiip|*(*il with provisions nml tna-  ii;rinl reaily io sail from S*;n I'rnn  fise* .-mil wi'h il wil! ^o h pick"  -i-il hmly uf men in charge of Miy  Jnrrett. The expedition - knowf-  whnt it is uik-r and intends lo oet  il. uml iu the words of Mr. Jnr-  lctt. are the. kind of in en what  put   tiie Empire* -on the   'ni-ipaud  c hopo tu do ino.-t .of their lulkiiio  iv deeds, not    words:���������Naiuiinii"  i'i. in id.   <***������'   ' DISiSOIiU'lION  OF  l'ARTNER-  SH.i'.  NOTICE ia hereby given that  lhe. partnership heretofore existing  U-t-.ve.eri Jo lin Thomson and Arthur Denton under the firm name  nnd style of the IB. C. Ganige, car"  jyini*; on business nt Cumberland,  Vt. C , was on the'lVlh day of July,  ID 1-4, duly dissolved by mutual  I'onf-i-nt. The J$. C. Garage is now  /���������olely owned and will henceforth  be conducted by John Thomson.  All debts Mantling previous lo the  dale of. dissolution, are payable to  Arihnr Denton.  Du led August 4, 1914,  B. C. Garage.  FISHERIES INSPECTOR.  We .ire informed that o fishories  iiiHpoolor is shortly lo be appointed for this district, and that Cnpt,  il I[. M. Bend noli is likely to get  ���������Mm appointment. Capt. Bend mill  i.** in every way well qualified for  (he position, nnd his appointment  rhould Rive general su'tiefaction.  'there is no excuse for the Depart"  mi'iii to appoint some shambling  i .dividual, with the education nnd  iuii'lliufciico of a Hottentot, and  wh 'fo only qualification coiiHiatfi  ii liis lining untronuoiH parly heel-  < r or yahoo, when they can Fecure  ;i rnuii of whle kno iv led go and in-  iflligoiico, and who has resided on  Ihclrland for many yeiiM.  si-:iivjci-:s next Sunday  Tlm FervieoH nt Holy Tiinily  ('h roll, will lie, hi'iiny and Holy  Kiii'.li.irist at lt a. in., wiih sermon  by liev. A, Nun ns, Vicar of Met  i-h'K-in.and EvonHonaal 7 p. m,  when lhe preacher will bo IIev J.  W. L'liiHou, Vicar of St Mark's  S'letorin.  TRY      i  THE  HUB'  ************** *a*i**ankam*m**'*  The Death Penalty .  Not-a Deterrent of Crime,   Ac-  ������   cording 'to Statistics,  (New York-,'-Tribune'')   '  . In the United States despite  the number of murderers who es  cape their punishment* because  of their wealth or political influence, more .men are put to death  every year than in all the rest of  the civilized world together. For  leu months in 1912 there were  128 executions. In Knglaud for  tiie same period there were only  37. In the United States men  may be put to death for , eleven  crimes: ���������  Robbery���������two stales.  Burglary��������� four states.  Arson���������nine states.  Second degree murder���������.three  stales. ���������'  Rape���������fifteen stales.  First degree., murder���������United  Stales and 46 states.  " Tveason���������U"intecrS"faTes~   ^~  MAROCCH1 BROS  GROCFRSJ&   BAKERS  1    AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  f ���������   _   ' -i ���������       /���������*���������  ., _        *-���������     * * ���������  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in1 all Kinds of  t Wines and Liquors.   .  SECOND   STREET  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER. CV.O..LL.D..D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager  P  iracv���������United Slates.  .1 r \ 1 in r J-uiuhi..  ,*"*ni|--w, Ieo Cream,  Uliil     CoillVctioiii'i'V  I'   riT, CUiAUS,  T(Ui.\(!C()S  7' Willie"  **'������'������ y7iw&tyiy$S)Z������ytyi..i v'i .������������������rs)  l'f������t iil'n*- MiiHrlde und linn, \Vm  Jt \irA-r did not attend llu** (!uii������i-r-  i a ive nmheriiiji at Oiinphi-ll bivur  mi .Viiyint -tth, Uun, JJc, Yoiinj;  %ue lUff,*, J  '  Rescue of a  convict going* to  execution--United States.  Burning a vessel of war���������United States,  " Corruptly destroying a private  Vessel -it Uni ted Stales.  In Knglaud ' there are only  four crimes punishable by hanging. France and Austria, with  five each', are lhe only countries  excepting the United States,  that are more severe than En<>-  iand in this respect,  In the following countries and  ^states the death penally has beeu  abolished: Italy, Portugal Switz  erland ���������15 of 2?, cantons���������Moll"  and, Tuscany,' San Marino, Ron-  mania, Belgium, Venezuela, Colombia, Kcquador, Custa Rica,  (.-erinauy���������Prussia, Saxony, 01-  nenburg, Wicinar, Baden,Anhalt  Bninswick,Nassau, Wurleniburg  aud Hremeu--Mich.iyan, Rhode  Island, Maine Jvausas Wisconsin.  Iu the twenty years which preceded the abolishing of the death  penalty iu Maine that state had  253 murders. Iu the iweuly  yeais following she had only 162  murders.^ Rhode Island has sev  en murders, as compared wiih  the 28 murders ot Connecticut  which were expiate ou the gal  lows. From 1S53 to 1863 llel  Uium had 92r murdeis, lu the  following ten years, when there  was no capital punishment there  were only 703 murders, The  decade befoie Italy's abolition  of the death penally saw 16.7  murder.s to 100,000 of popuhi"  thin. The next decade saw  thi.-. tcdnced to n.32 per roo,  o;>o.    Tu.-icany, with no capital  punishment, has a yearly avei-  <>   ,   . 1 . ��������� .   ...   , ���������, ���������  "������������������*���������������"���������      V"       ,*).'**1       lUllfllVt--.    lIVI      ,'J'J.,.JUJ  population. In ihe United States  the rate is 12 per 100,000.    ���������  CAPITAL; 515,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  FOREIGN BUSINESS  , This Bank offers unsurpassed facilities to. those doing business with-  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of  Sterling and other Foreign exchange, drafts, and Cable Transfers, and  for the financing- of imports and exports of merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Prafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Che*  ques and Letters of Credit issued aiid available in ail parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. . . -    S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH...h....... W. T. WHITE, Manager  Cumberland to Union Uay '. ioc. for two minutes  Cumberland to Fanny Hay  20c; ior two minutes  Fanny Hay to Cumbeiland ......... 2oc. for two minutes  Fanny Bay lo Taylors....  Fanny Bay to Union Bay.,  ^|   Union Bay to Courtenay .".  y   Union Bav to Cumberland.  ���������y   Union Bay to Fauuv Bav..  OS  ...... 1 **c. for two minutes   ioc for two minu'es   20c. for Iwo minutes.   ioc. ior two minutes  ...... ioc. for two mjuutes  Alii'iiti- Viw.tt-d for private?*  < 't.i'Ntiii*!- C-ii'''***. I.ailn.s nt*  ���������jviit-. Sitiipli..luii-k fr������c. ('hi).  I'lms *. C.!ili:.\,   J);iiiiupoM,. Kn^-  J.-1 ������<l.  Also ���������special" night   rates  Between-7 p. m. and 8 a. 111.  to all points in British Columbia,  Three Times the Regular Day Period fcr the Regular Day Rate.  tJ3*;- IMe Appointments Any Time During the Day.  fi    r  \:'B.C. Telephone Co.Ltd.  ,i,''l,fl','l''*i-,*'M,,i''t't ||,fM'-'''M-**MwJ,'lwMwlwI'^^^  Tiy a Bottle of ^Pilsener,  , ���������-It Touches the Spot  Makes  Vou   Feel   Like  New  Order   a   Case   Sent    Home.  PILSENER BREWING CO., LID.  also distributers for U.B.C and   Newlife Beers, "Naimimo"  ipuiiiintiiiiiiiuiuiM  FOR THESE HOT DAYS  Children's llomper-j, Wash   Blouses  &.Suits '  Dresses, Ciishmero Coats,  ote.  Ladies',^Yaisls,   Niirht,  Gowns,  Uiufcrsldrts,  C*-in.l>iir.Uions,     Corset*    Covers,   *  Ajirons,   .  lloii.se Dresses, etc.  MEN'S SltK SHIRTS,  TIKS,   .FINE   0 IN DER.WEAU  i  g  a  |.  y  a.  1  . IHE "IBEAL". STORE*   k^ <������������������ T...-bcii8 - f  I - ���������-' '      ���������''' - A . ���������������������������";;���������   jl  I* ������������������''.'���������->���������'    : ���������"���������'������������������;���������*" ���������' ���������"';..' yV-yVf  3   " ' ,- *"' 0 ' ' 1.  '  "   :    <   . - jj,  r3' .     u *",*.*������������������������������������''������������������ **  l-illl-llllM-M-JllllM  ^���������jiiiiniiiiiiiiiniuiiit'wiuuiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiujiijiiiiiiiriiii!!  ���������j. CapiU!iBaidUp.$iil,560,6,00,  "������.  A Reserve JR13.0dQ,Q0O  i  J   The Royal: Bank of Canada..   I;  I DRAFTS* ISSUED   1N; ANY   CURUKNGY,   I?AYABLE   ALL fr'  | .OVER   THIS.   WORLD*     '   .   ���������       .,   ���������'       |  | SPECIAL ATTENTION' paid to HAVINGS' ACCOUNTS & iuleraat |;:  |   al highepl Current Rules alluwed on Drposits of $l and upwards!    1  i ���������      1*  3 CUMBERLAND,. B. C , Branch, Open Daily C. M. Morrison,. Mgr. |  I " UNION PAY, B.O. Branch, Open.rniiy. F. Boswoith, Mffr.������ |;  I  COURTENAY,   B.O, Branch,  Open Daily R. H. Hardwick,  Mgr.        |  %iiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR,  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVYANCING       E  Dunsmu'ir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  (Oontiiiiioil from fiont pum*)  laud ngain, when he, was again  given orders lor Nineveh, "to  preach the preaching 1 tell thee'1  and this time he went direct hy  forced marches. What a sensation hu made���������au utter stranger  ���������without any introduction to the  City Council, ur the City Clerk,  or even to their Chief of IV lice,  inarching up one street and  down another for three days, de  livcn'ng that short but n we ful  message, '-Yes, 40 davsand Niu  well shall be overthiown,'' Then  the result, from the King to his  umhlcst subject putting on sack  eloih aud neither man nor beast  eating or drinking until Jonah'.-,  (iod averted the punishment aud  tot gave him, ium '-���������i/.i^u.iiii do  nab was even venturing tu up-  raid the Lord for liis mercy to  them said he knew how it would  he before he f-laited aud what  about his own character aa a  piophe', it was shocking treatment for he had gone out of the  city making himself a booth  thai he might see what would  become of it. Yes, Jonah was a  hard and .selfish hitman, canied  avv.'.v by piide uf bis rum isxiou  ���������fthal    il  mild,  \lI   ctusltilly;  H-.  thou wtll to be angry, and  should t not spare Nineveh, that  gieal city wherein are more than  six score thousand persons that  cannot discern between their  right and their left hand, and also much cattle ?"  Frbk Rkndkking oi-* Anoth  "Kit GkKAT  UlIJI.ICAI,  ClTAKACTNK  New York, Aug. ^ ��������� Tho onor-  tnotiH outlay of gold from the  UniW'<1 J-, tatc.**. to Eiim-c, onu ol  the pri.io pal coihuh of the pro-onl  strained fuiiiiicinl Htiuiioii. ap-  I fined today to hnve eiinio t> un  mil. Tho oui fow from Cunudii,  however conliuutd, Anniher 0 ������������������  jjiijieiriouiof $1,000,000 whb iiindi'  toili-y, fnr llu- Domlninii I rint'in*.'  nj> tlie tot.il plnwi Ihn midille of  h.bt week to about f0 000,000.  ���������V. BOfio^n:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX -182  PHONE 29,..,  CUMBERLAND  MHTHODISTCHURCH SUN-  LWY.SKRVIOKS.  \nwt \\.\vai\ihi \tv.d >uid. -D0.11;  Public Worship���������Sunday, 11  a ui. and 7 p.  in.  Hiblc Study  (S.  School) 2 30  ]>. in.  Voun<; I'cople".". Society���������Mon"  da*., 8 p. in.  I    Ladies Aid-���������I;in-t  Tuesday of  fvciy utoi.tli, at 7.30 p. m.  Place Your Fire-insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  ���������of London, England���������  "Prompt SettiemaatR" Our Motto.  Jftnonrj* 8tlt, Firoln Ni>w W.������������uii.������tor, a-jini'-tl .lunitiy H-tln  ���������UlinjiioH eovuiiiiH Hiiiv, ijlvuii Jaiunrj* 11 h'     '''  IMva.-y lillb, '���������'���������rp I 1 Piinil'i'i'l 1-..1 -Kb- I tlim.l. iwmir.i.l. vMmtwl Pol).   I8t'������|  CUi'i|im iiniled F0I1. 21 Hi,  Apt il '2nd. Firu in N iiiaiinu, nil jahtetl \pril BrJ; Cli'i]iio Mint April 20th  April 9Ui.li, lfir*' in Vlctniia, ni'jiintotl aixl Hiittled May Srd  W. F, Ramsay  Agent,       Cumberland, B. C.  j  i

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