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C,-'WEDNESDAY,"'..IRNE 10 ;qi4  Subscription jfi.oo.A Ykar  '^Sg^^JeSeggg^jae^a^^^SRSS^ri^  e  X  \  ^^  ERE is an opportunity right at  the beginning of the season   to  |    save money.      " ��������� -        '  I ���������'  ' " *    '        ' ' '     ' '  |'*A .      For'a few   days \ye  will   offer  I  .our*entire Millinery  Stock at a dis-  I   count of 25c off every dollar  A    Chance    Not  To    Be    Missed  ifi  A DOLLAR  SAVED IS A  DOLLAR  EARNED  The Victoria Times of jun*a.  6, has the following:".     .   --"'A '���������'  , -       ***��������� -.-...-  "Attempts have been made iti  the the last few  days to secure a  compromise looking to   a settler  merit in the coal strike on   Van*  ���������.'Oliver   Island.    The    negotia**,  tiotis, it is stated have originated  with the government,   as   if is  understood the premier0was duly  impressed with  the   represeuta-.  .tio������s,made to him by officials of  the IJ, 0. Federation   of   Labor  and other bodies,- especially the  United Miuo Workers' of America, that a general strike may occur unless   some   settement ]is.  found for .the strike   which   lias  lasted for 13 mouths.   " - - <���������*-,;'  .General Supl. J. R., Lockard;  of the Canadian Collieries, was a  visitor to Sir   iiicbard McBride  yesterday     afternoon,       when  the    question    of. ��������� the    strike  was under advisement,-  and Mr?  Lockard informed   tlie   premier  ihat the operators .would not retreat From   their   position,   and  that no recognition to the miners'  officials could.be given.,,    ' ���������'. ...  Frank  Farringto, member of  the iuternatioir.il executive board,  of the United miuo,   Workers   is  iu* the city    today,    but   it: is  uot known  whether, this-is more  than a coincidence."    ' " ������  * Dry James P." Grant, of VfiC  toria,.is beyond"doubt the hero  of'the Km pressj)f_ Jjrela������d_dJsns-  Mrs. J. J."Wie'r. arrived   home  ���������from Victoria ou  Thursday ��������� ev  "euing.  Rev, Wm. Elliott, Mrs'. Elliott, Miss and Master Elliott, ar-  ived iu towi-'on Thursday even  ing.  William Allsop, of;- Nanaimo,  . was, iu t nvu last week.  o-~ -��������� ������������������   !lDoc" Reynolds, of Nanaimo,  paid Cumberland pd.the Valloy  a business visit last week.  "4^11," ..Peacey,.,. of Cumberland,' kas/'sold his Couiteuay  dr:t& business to W. G; Robertson.    . . . ���������  Over 500 men   are   tun ployed  at the Courtenay logging camps.  The now opera house is loom  ing- up.  There was quite a heavy frost  thu other morning.   .  Mr. A. II. Peacey had a fiue  display of choice flower plants at  his store last week, They found  ready sale.  One of the busiest places in  town, is the Cooperative meat  market. They are a busy bunch.  . Prank hits the high spots iu the  store just about as high as he  does 011 that machine of, liis.  The |������irl who catches Frank,  will have to go some.  0     11.  The steel ou the C. P. R. is  rapidly Hearing Courtenay. Ou  Monday last, the steel was laid 3  miles north of Union Hay, and  they arc working at lhe ialc of  3-4 miles pet day. At"this pace  two more weeks will see the  steel into . Courtenay, The  bridge at.Trent ttiver will take  about three weeks more to com  plute. So lhat the company  should bc well inside their estimate oi July 15, for the daily  service to be put into operation.  ���������Courtenay Review..  The Inte John Mom-mi died of  '���������Mrcer, and was 85 years of age  He was buried at Sandw-ck.  "Mother" Jones, organizer of  the U. M, W. of A, delivered au  address in the Uuiou Hall* on  Sunday forenoon. There was a  large gathering. ;She is. a vigorous old lady, and;,a good speaker, and has the courage of "her  convictions,  ter. ��������� ''Jimmy"- is.a Cumberland  boy, and we air'e'ajj proud of him.  He deserves every honor 'that is  sure to come to him. JieJ'had.a  cool head,-a kind heart -and a  willing baud.- All liquor to Dr.  James F. Grant. Perhaps no  better history of the disaster will  be given to the public than that  of Dr."Grant's.  ���������Mrs. Margaret Rituhie, mother of Mrs. Thob. Home, died at  Nanaimo ou the evening of June  4th, in her 80th year. She had  beeu a tosidcut of Nanaimo since  i8c*r,  Mrs. D. Pikot and Mrs, Thos,  Riekuon left on Sunday for Victoria, to attend a meeting of the  Grand Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., as  delegates from our local Rt-lx-k-  ah Lodge, They went by auto  as far as Nahiiimo.  Uev, Wm. Elliott, the new  pastor of Grace Methodist  church*, is a fine preacher, lie  is a good bit beyond the ordinary .  1.  ���������   -u~~��������� -  Mrs. Thos, Dickie and Miss  Louisa Jiickle arrived home Irom  Victoria ou Saturday evening.  liev. E. M. Thoniae, M. A..  0} the Canadian Hible Society,  occupied the pulpit of Sb  George's Presbyterian church on  Sfruday evening.  ,Mr. J, Spoam, Into of the Royal Hank fttnir, will lciyo -shortly  forhtflMionio in Scotland. Hoi*  umigh'y lino litilo chnp, ami wo  wi������������h hint witli.  Vancouver, June, 8.���������Two  thousand five hundred people  attended the Orpheum theatre  yesterday afternoon on the occasion of the mi'tuoriiil service to  the hundreds of persons who  perished in the terrible disaster  on the St. Lawrence river when  the Km press of Ireland went  down.Hundreds who wero a few  moments late for the service,  could not gain entrance r'to the  building, and scores- stood  around the entrance, throughout  the service to show that while  they were debarred from taking  an active part therein, they' were  glad to remain and show their  syiupalhy-loi' the bi-rca-ed and  their respect fur the dead,  II H. Stevens, M. P. for Van  couver, gave notice to the house  Saturday night of au amend"  incut to the Immigration act,  providing ior the exclusion of all  natives or naturalized citizens or  immigrants to Canada irom any  country iu Asia ��������� north of the  50th parallel noith latitude.  * Tho amendment excludes from  its provinces the citizens of any  country with which the government of Canada ban an agree"  ment regarding immigration.  Over oltflit hundred Ijoillci nre mitmnb-  id in tlm ���������niiiilf'iii T.'m[iriiui' at Iii-l-ini"*.  What a Kl-jCiutij ������;*puloht-*.  RKAL ESTATE BOOMS  ��������� There are still a number" of  persous iu Victoria anxiously  waiting for another real estate  boom. Notwithstanding the salutary lesson, writ large for our  learning of the past eighteeu  months, they are asking for  more. "Kvery' boom has its  slump,V. ruustlu- saw, but it is  surprising to find how many people fail to grasp the fact.  .Time ���������was, , not long since,  when Canadians boasted that  there were no.poor in Caaada.  Knowiug that-our virgin lands,  our forests, our mineral wealth,  aud our fisheries were well nioh  inexhaustible, we smugly imagined we ���������had t he I itle-deeds , to  perpetual prosperity���������regardless  of-the manner in which this  wealth wa6 administered. Like  the prodigal of*, ojd we wasted  our substance in riotous living:.  Profligately we lavished millions  of. acres on smart 1 ail way promo-  tors, our best timber limits on a  sorry crew of gamblers, and fishery concessions on party hacks.  We learned the art of getting  rich without working. We made  n:oiiey selling real (-state to one  another. We made money sell-  iug real estate to new corners;  and advertised for fresh victims.  \Vejmade" niouey mortgaging  bur inheritance' in the - money  markets" and  * squandered__the  )MACFARLANE BROS-, LTD<  it  THE SQUARE DEALING MOUSE."  June  om  ^���������T  "No, 1 Johnnie," wns pi von  rtilo hour on Tut-mlay to tiliaki-  rhodiiflt or Cumberland off hit-  feet. Wo did not honr whether  No. 1 hit thn liljrli spots or not.  'Mother" Jonfti imlown  on tlio  \U,  Scont aiovamont,  money.. '  .The, day of. reckoning came.  Railway magnates* fleeced,.us,  concessionaries bled ut>, moftgsi'  gees'forclpsed-jou us.. Tlio poor  sprang iip like: ihusiirobms and  uuempibymeii't" spread' Jike'the  plague, Weed-^Vown farms 'once  more' beckoned flabliy tiien'pg'etA  fich-quick'real "estate iricli"turned again to honest toil; but the  parasites who had waxed fat on  the body politic still reclined on  beds of ease. The speculators  had had their chance, and they  laughed us to scorn as a set' of  greenhorns.  When will men' learn that  there is a day of reckoning for  every broken law of uatuie ?  The Almighty cannot be hoodwinked. We reap as we sow.  May it be a long lime before we  tire again cursed with nn epidem**-  icof -gambling fever, and may  our legislators soon recognize  the truth that, the -Und lie  longs to the People."���������-The  News, Victoria.  Miss Helen Freeman aud Mao-  ter Fred Freeman will remain  in towa uutil after the high  school examinations.      Q. ....  Our city piiliiiHinnn in nftor thu  ���������logs.    P������y up, or lose your cur.  WE LEAD  OTHERS   FOLLOW  To meet the present  financial   stringency  we offer for THREE  DAYS ONLY  viz :���������  Saturday, June  13, until  Tuesday 16.  ���������0*(iij-*������ww*"-Q y  A tempitng array of Bargains  to, suit the purse   of the day  Goods priced at ,2.50,50, 7.5c & $1.00  ". \Ve Believe this-'is a new departute in.  [..Cumberland.     Get out of the, old rut  *=and==visit-GUF=moder-n=sale:���������Lp^g^^J  here to gjvp even, an outline what we  arc offering,;. Goods will be prominently displayed   on   special   tables  'and  Sold for CASH ONLY >  No .goods changed   except *at'"reffukf'  prices���������watch for Posters givin  items  MACFARLANE EROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100  v.y  ..-*?''  Mrs. Wm. Mcliit-'sh, of Vancouver, is visiting iter parents.  Mr. autl Mrs. Thos. Richards.  It is sai<l that the Empress or  Ireland will be raised immedi  atelj', and without very great  difficulty. A diver ha*- be������'u  down.'and reports that the'ship  i,������ not as extensively damaged  as might be imagined,  ���������         .��������������� -I- ���������        ...  Misa SH'imjf, boukkeopnr at tho  Idesl Storo, will hmvc early ir.  .Inly I'or her homo in Seotliiml.  -������..  It in oxpeoUil ttiit-t Hir Urolinrd Mo-  Uiiile will Iki hore to o|ibu thu now <>|)"ih  Iiouho, \\"o hopo Unit Hlr Hiulmnt .will  non liln my olotr to ho huro mi tlnt'oc  canton.  The nioimlifrltt oxcm;-ii,p to  I'uwoll Uiveron Tuesday night ou  ibe S. S. (Jlinrthor, watt vory tutich  e.njoyed by tlio two hundred  plou������iiro-.iwkor.s who took advau  tagu of t)ii*j cjif)orlunity of vlHi't".  iiiff and onjf-ying (licmcclvoe iu  the enli-i-pi*i,������ii*g littlo town txnr.m  tho water, tlio uxciirtiiuiists  Hpeuk in flowing tonus ������f tho  tivutiuoiit itfooivt'il by thom from  riio pooplo, of IWul.l Rivur.  Tlio purty.arrived homo atabuut  6 o'cloi'-k in tlm   niorniiijj.  >������������-  Jiiilfo [Urki-r w������ in tovu  tlu   wtvk  um] luiliMJuuut/ Ci-urt. ''  . Kmng-iUlikt* mulit-lt worU bolU  wnyi,    *���������-������������������'-  CAMPBELIiS  THIS      W B R IC  blitccfc Impot������Votion at m������nufactafet*s* trices of  fche Following Stapttt lilh������������  Extra Special Value In White and Colored Turkish Towels  PUlowf, Oottom, Sbcottnifi, Ttcklnjji, Aprea liiuens, Bad CUwk  dln-Jb TowoUiaflr, Crash, Red and Whlto Strip* TowalUnff     ,   ,  CAMPfiEUIiS  o  ���������������^i*"tt^^^i<^"<*������>������N THE WjWS. 'CUlMBERtAKD; B. d  v  t  *\  %  By Edgar Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  b  (Continued) ,    ,  .   CIIAPTBlt X.  Verity Receives a Proposal  -Comstock Ul-11 ihu down the paper  ho had boon re: ding.  'He   folded   the  journal,   tucked   it,  away out of sight, and looked at the;  clock on iho mantel piece.* Ilo had no'  misgivings now.    He took up a letter  from  liis lab.e.     It was from Mrs.  Cirangi-r    Collak,   'and    was    daled  Naples,    lie smiled as lie thought of  tise bombshell lie might have dropped  beforo   I)-"--".     He   heard   the   distant  tinkle of it boll, and a minute later  Parker-entered.  ".Mlks  JUa;.k',"  lie- n:in ninced,  Comtook rose to    meet   her.   She  looked ethereal *n her sorrow.  ���������"I am obliged to you for, coming,"  ho said. "Do you mind if 1 ask yon  whnt nro your plans'.'"  "I have no immediate plans," she  eaid, "Mr. Gold has very kindly advanced me some money and lias promised that liis governm:nt will find  my uncle."  ."His government is mine," he  smiled.  "You think we Americans should  wear hay-seed beards," ho laughed.  "That we should chew tobacco, and  say 'f guess' at every .sentence."  "As Mi'. Gold does," she eaid* demurely, and lie laughed again.  Then, her face clouded.  "It seems . dreadful that I can  smile," she said, her eyes filling with  tears, "so soon after���������"  lie nodded  sympathetically.  "f think I know how yov. feel," ho  Buiil, and lid walked to the window���������  a trick of iris when he was worried.  "I believe your ��������� uncle will >��������� come  back.: that the men who are suspected to have carried him off meditated no harm���������"   He stopped.  She looked -up and saw him outlined against ihe window; caught a  glimpse of liis line profile and wondered what the story of a man such  'as he could be. What interests bound  him to life? What did men such as  he .llnd in ' tiie world���������lho world  which lay at their .feet as a ball for  kicking? _,  llewas-a fine specimen of a man.  'She hail seen that on the day when  she met him first; she wondered  what woman dominated him-���������lie  -Kimlil-lip��������� an_oasv_Jiian to rule���������she  judged���������he was so1 gentle, so'kindly,  eo innately  chivalrous.  lie came back to her.  "Miss MapU" he said;  any other relatives?"  "None." sho said.  "Friends?"  She shook her head.  "Save  those  J   am "staying  NaDru Co laxatives  are  especially  good   for  children  because  they  are  pleasant to take, gentle in *  action, do not irritate  the  bowels nor develop a need  for continual or  increased  closes.   25c. a box, at your  Druggist's.  National Drug and Chermct! Co.  ' of Canada, Limited,      177  "have ���������'you  ���������    ._,     wiib  now, I have no friends,"'she. sail. "I  o'was at a conv.nt school in  Belgium  ��������� till  1 was (.|uile grown up. 1 hardly  knew my'uncle till a few years ago."  tlo nodded, walked to tlio door, and  opened j,t. she thought it was  e trail go; - later she understood the  delicacy of the act.  "I am going to pay something to  you," he said, "which will alarm you;  but I want you to believe that 1 say  It. witli a full sense of my responsibility, and wiiii tlie deepest, respect for  yourself."  "Whatever yon sav, T shall believe  that," she said fiiilotly. .  lie took a turn* up nnd down .(lie  room, Uieu slopped suddenly .before  hor.  "Miss Maple, I want, you tn marry  me," he- snid.  She half rose, and lie walked u little way from lior.  "Do not bo alarmed," ho snid smilingly, "I have left (lie door opon, and  my servants! nro within call."  "Hut���������Mr. 1)011--" Phi' gasped, 11  jiictiiro of ama/.cinent and alarm,  V  SulTered Terribly, From Eyebrows  Spread to Neck, Chest and Arms,  Completely Cured by Cuticura  Sonp and Ointment,  Uiirrerrsi, Hanlf. -~ " Whim my baby boy  win) about fuiir inoiilh-i old lm miITit'-iI trr-  ilbly from (.���������.'.���������,0111,-1,   Tho lnnil-1** .'.liirlrd In  ,;***C .**���������,,       n 1711)10 in I v-ii.i vi'i y I luJiy.  /''���������'\7r-*A     ](, ,)).*,--,) iiim v,.|-y ,.,-,M  Vfrily/     nud IMrul.   Timtl'i'ii tlm  *"* |';i*llJlMt, luliNc-yd-browa.  I'riuii tlK'in Id I'lirvad'to  IiIn iipoI', rlii-i.t nud nrrai.  Wlii'ii lui v.iiiilil hi'iiiii-li,  It would iiinlio koiv,  "I (tot iii'ilMno but It  iiiil mi HDO'i. 1 t-i...i incident ri'iiii'dk'ii Kit hunt,  nviilt. Al lii'.t 1 cut v.  liirnnlo nf Cutlcurii -Sonp nud Ointment, nml  mni' ii'iM im 1.1 inr !.*..������ u,t,< < 1 11..U.-11 ,-.  ���������'..Xi. I '!.*i],-r--' :,-!:- r.-.'.l I''-I c:.l ���������  fit C'uili'iini Hnup nnd <'titl<"i>i*n, "lliumr-nt.  I would [���������Im- lilm 11 hot- kill* with tlui (���������ml-  t'liiu .S<;.ii> r-.t-y ji!h").l ii'hrr...fd ii't>iAih;ii  ���������Un-'t.uilt-'.iia OliilmiiU. Ilrfnn* I liad iiM.-l  Jmlf of UmCu'li'iirn t'.n;i)������ ruul vlnttucntln:  -.��������� ���������- ������������������-.���������������������������\  ��������� ������������������ ������������������ -���������: ^ ���������  Ji, T��������� KtromliiTK, Muy 20, im.i.  Tlin u-BAlur iho of '"iiilciirn .*.<,*.**i for 1 idiot  uii'l Imth not only lurid 1 to ii*-r.i*r\v, purity  imd bi-aiuiry tho i-.liIn, 1 i'al|>. Iiiilr mid Iiiind-:,  lull n-.-f-itj.tu iirovciidnK lijfl;-.iiii:i'iii'j!i, Irrt-  (atloiintidrlDiri'liii'of ilii!|i'in-'*, iiipii,i!iu!oii  rauto of fdinplM, liladheail", mlni'i*. end  rouj'hui'i.f, yellow, diiy, iim<li> int-1 Mni,"*  unnli'il<"si>mo condition! of iho Mn. Ciiil-  tura bi/*i|> ������>iiii Oiiili.ii'iiL ii.t'. j >!d l-> A:.,a-  iltti ami dciilui t'virywh'.'i'i'. I'tiralii.������rul  frffl uuiplo ut ttrU, ���������kIiIi ''������������������.'���������it. I'wV-, m-nd  IXjiKiuril fo Vutter Drug ii CUtrtu. Carp.,  Ctpt. JJ, Uo*tOD, U. H. A.  things us mat-  1 could make  women in 1-ou-  "Wait!" He raised his hand. "You  are * alone in the 'World���������1 also 'am  master of my life. I want you lo :.iake  a sacriiice; nob tiie sacrifice which  women are ordinarily called upon to  make. You sliall be mistress of���������  yourself. 1 offer you a marriage which  will mean freedom to you. 1 do v.ot  wish to talk of such  crial ad van sage, but  you one of ihe richest  don."  "Bul * I do not lovo yon, r,or you  me,"' she said in a low voice, reproach in her sad eyes, "and such a  marriage would be an unholy thing���������  a dreadful crime���������whioli all yonr  wealth could not palliate."   ���������  She ros\  "Waif, plo. se." *���������  She sat down again. There-was an  entreaty, almost agony, in his voice.,  She snl in silence while he ta'ked.  Half way through his story she rose  and closed tho.door, lie talked now  hopefully, now bitterly; UU the Hgbt  in tlie sky faded and she could only  see llie black outline of the man as  he walked to and fro before the window, his hands nervously gesticulating as he talked.  It was quite.-dark when ho let hor  out. into the street, lie camo bareheaded lo the pavement and liainl.d  her into a cab.  "Tomorrow?" lie said.  "Tomorrow," ��������� sho repeated. ..She  gave him her hand and he raised it  to his lips.  View   Herds   at  According-to I.  ant chief of the  the Panarr.a-Paclfic  D. Graham, assistive stock  depart  ment of the (Panama-Paciflc International exposition, view - herds of all  the various breeds of live stock*are to  be selected and kept on exhibition  throughout the entire period of the  show, from February 20 to 4, 1915.  This win cover the lactation period  of a cow, and will afford wide opportunities for demonstrations. If individual animals in tho view herds  aro sold. and removed from the  grounds, their places will be taken by  other, selections and tbe herds maintained intact, hi addition to" the  view herds thore will be the usual  competitions fcr ' premiums- during  the months of October and Novem-*  ber. This will be. the first exposition  which lias attempted to hold a continuous live stock aiid poultry show.  Animals in tlie view herds aro eligible to show in the open competition.  Many of the breed associations have  approved of this plan and signify  their willingness to participate. - The  occasion is looked forward to as presenting a liigb light in live slock expositions.  An old farmer "was skeptical-*.'.", to  whether people who woro miles apart  could really talk to each other over a  telephone. One day a near neighbor  persuaded liim to call up bis wife 11s  a little surprise. ������  He put the receiver to his ear and  shouted:   "llallor., Jane!"  Just then a flash of lightning,  caused v by the Tieat. of the ;.umme,r  day, struck the wire, and ' he fell  sprawling to the lloor. The neighbor  was chagrined that the old * man  should meet with such an accident  on liis lirst trial oE a telephone and  assured him that such a thing would  not. happen' again exeep**. in case of  storms.  Hut he would not try again. He rose  to his feet, and, shaking his head  knowingly, said: ,.'  "It's' wonderful! That was Jan-, all  right."     -,'-���������-;���������  DESK WORK-  EXACTS PENALTIES  Liver nnd Bowel 1 ������low down.  Tone them up with  veV&ntS&I-t?  and 60c; at all druggists and  *���������* Take. Abbey Vlt.-Tablets for  Sick Nerves.  * Vanity of'African Natives  Inhabitants of 'darkest Africa who  delighted iu decking themselves out  in bracelets of wiri^ proved a constant  menace to tlie proper operation of  the'-Uclograpli because they . simply  could not let the wires alone. They  repeatedly cut down '"the lilies and  carried, away tlio wire to make ornaments of various kinds "for. their persons. Several large binfiig concerns  have been obliged to instal wireless  telegraph communication between the  railroad stations and tlieir ''ijunes i'or  this reason. '���������'������������������.  Visitor  time do  friend?"  Terrible  gone."  (hungrily)���������"And at  you have dinner,  my  -.what  little  ]:1oy���������"Soon     as   jou've  Biggest    Windmill    Has'Steel'"Sails}  It ib reported 'that a wind motor}  claimed rto be the largest of its kiudi  AWOMOgRFOLDSS^ERY  in the world, has lately been broougutj Eavo j,:g 01)iUi0u that tin  into use at Uarlingen (Friesland) fori aerin\ discovery of rccen  a polder (tract of lowland, redeemed j tha adiscoverv   or   Enm-I  Aii eminent, scientist, the other, day,  the most won-  ccent years wa������  , , tha st-discovery   ol   Zam-Buk.       Just  Lorn-the sea by high embankments)    think* A3 soca ^ a single thin layer  witli an area of 1.S50 acres. This ma-! ot jjRn,-03iik is applied to a wound or  a sore, such Injury is insured against  blood  poison I  ' Not  one  species   ot  ���������r a  chine, whicli has steel sails and is  mounted on a steel tower, has'a dia-  matcr of 50 feci, and is said to e  capable of dealing with 64,000 to 70,-  000 cubic feet of water au hour. It is  au interesting fact that' first the  wooden wind: Jills were ��������� replaced i������y  explosion motors, but now. again, the  steel wind l.-.otors are said to be tlie  moro .and more employed, especially  in the' draining of "polders."  Practical  "Yes.   my ' friend,  1  was  marry tlie countess when I  about  io  suddenly  learned  that  she  spent  more-than  $12,000 a vear on her dress-uiai-or."  '   "Then\,what did you do?"  "Married the dressmaker."  A,Safe PHI for Suffering Woiv.cn.���������  The secluded lifo of women which  permits of little, healthful exorcise,  is a fruitful cause of derangements of  the'stomach and liver anil is accountable for the pains and lassitude  that so many of them experience.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will correct irregularities of the digestive organs and restore health and vigor.  The most delicate, "woman can use  them with safety. becau..e their Action, ,whilo effective,' is miid aud  soothing.       .     ���������  '     ���������     ��������� '     ���������  Gold came inlo supper -*; the Ter-  : -ers*. - ���������<��������� -  He found a typewritten letter waiting for him, and recognized the characteristic type of Comstock Bell.  He opened it r.nd read it carefully.  Halted halfway to the drawing room  and read it again. 1 Ie replaced it  carefully in his inside pocket and  wont into supper a much astounded,}  man.  -*lle snatched a hasty' meal, for he  was a busy man in these limes, loo  busy to talk to Helder, who bul ton-  holed him in the lobby after supper.  "Say, Mr. Gold, you're the mail I  wanted to sce."y- -   ���������  "And ���������.you,"''J"said_Goicl~'s;Tr"crT)iT!nor-  Uie six millions of people iu this city  I do not wish to speak with���������what is  it?"  "I' think I can tell you  that you want to know,"  other.  Gold   hp.ivul'a   deep   sigh,  "You aro  the hundredth  man  met today, 1 guess,*who wanlu In  me something 1 ought to knew;  someth inn-  said  tbe  l'vo  toil  get  busy, Helder, for 1 haven't much  time." - '  Holder bout his head *.nd. lowering  liis voice, said, "Willetts is to be -arrested  tomorrow."  Tho detective looked at liim Keenly  "Win told you this���������an i what do  yon know of Willet'.s?'*  "Never mind who told irip.--it is  Irno. Ami 1 know WiileUs is Uio  head of this gang whicli is circulating  forged bilis--tlio head of the* gang  which lias stolon your friend Muplo."  "You know thnt, do you?"  Tliero wns a ourjoua flitter in  NYonlworr.i .Gold's eye.  "If in fairly evident." Holder went,  on, "Willetts'is already wanto. for  forgery. 1 lc* hns an office in the city  vwliieli is obviously used as u blind to  covor l|is real busiueuM. 1 tull yoii he  in a crook."  "Ho you know him?" asked GJ.-1  curiously.  "I liavo rood him," he said, "and I  remember him woll. Ho waa a student in Pari,', iuul a con temporary of  mine." >*  "Was Comstock Hell a contemporary of yours'!" askod Gold.  "Yob, but ilcil and WiileUs worn in  tho samo school. Willeiis "hh 1  unlet, lanky youth in working h.-nir.t,  but wan ���������iivlty oulnii-eoiii* nt* night.  Ilo dlsiiiMH-iir-'il from Purls al'lor Hi**  ficniidiil, awl I li.'ivo movoi* licitrd of  him iigiiiii .".liil rou'mtly."  "And you think ho.In tin mat) wbo  illelrlbitle*-! I iu* ikiIcs-i'.'"  "I "am sure," i-nld ]Nd. r eager';:,  "uud 1 11111 in* suro 'hat Ik-ll bus been  behind  hl;ii."  "That's nl)siir.l,"*<-iild Gold emphutt-  0'illy, "Jb'll in ii mnn ti.1 a very liw.'o.  fin-nun*, lin inliiht linv . plnycd iho  fool in*-,,*! yi.'Uiig'M'i', but tliero in na  ri'iuion in the world why ho r-honld  bo a i-i'iniiiilr'1 now. Hew do ynu  Know  YVIIJetli" i,< to bo Dinr )������������������������������������'.V"  lli'ldei' idionli iili-t I10..1I, miillln;,-.  An artist vas one da; showing a  youitg woman over his studio. After  she had critically examined all the  pictures, she - epltcd:  "f notice several sunset-: among  your works, but uot a single sunrise,  How's tha'.?" ���������-*  Tho artist,  who was rather noted  for    his Bohemian habits, blushed aj  little at* this .question and then slam'  uiered:  "You seo, it's this way: To tell the  truth, the reason I've not painted a  sunrise is because I'm never up at  that lime."���������Magazine of Fun. .  Mutilated   Bank   Notes  It  has  beerr noli-.'cd, that a  large  number of notes have beon presented  to'banks with one-ofM-li  off trie hill,-generally  -Thi.: is an indication of  ^.ji n*cr3~torii  * five or ten.  -. revival cf a  method oLfrand.     The  process is a simple one, but is often  cleverly and .neatly done. A. corner  with tlie iigure 10 or 0 is torn off a  $10 or $ij' bill and pasted over the  "one" on the corner., cf a -United  States SI bill. The change is a deceptive one'nnd unless lho person .'s  on the lookout it would-be easy for  him lo accept one of these doctored  bills oven though only the cornor was  tampered with.  It is rei-ited that Mr. Kipling, during a holiday in Canada, had a little  disagreement with ,tho landlord of a  hotel ni, which he was staying. Just  before leaving ho asked (0 seo the  proprietor, and on the -latter appearing, he w.s greet Ml by .Mr. lilplin,**  witli tho remark:  ��������� "I ;lust wanted to tell you that of  all lho hot,*]* under the shining nun  I have never beeu in out that for un-  niilig.'.lo.'l, all-round, ��������� unendurable  1 Isoomfort  could  equal yours!"  After  the   indignant,  landlord  There Is more catarrh in this scotion  of tlie country-than all other diseases  put together, and until tho last lew  years was supposed to * be - incurable.  Fov a great nianj' years doctors pronounced it a local Ulsease and prescribed  local romedlpp. and by cnn-tanily railing  to euro with local treatment, pronounced ll incurable. Science has  proven Catarrh to be a constitutional  disease, and therefore require,*) constitutional- tieatnient. Hall's Catarrh cure.  Manufactured by 1**. .). Cheney & Co.,  Tok-V.o, Ohio, is tlie only Constitutional  cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a't--a-  f-pnonfv.l ' lt acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces of the , system.  They offer one hundred dollars lor any  case it fails to cure, fc'eiui for circulars  and - testimonial."*-.  Addrcps: C- J. CUEKIiy & CO., Toledo,  Oliln  Sold   by   DruKSRts.i'rSe.  Tako Hall's Far..ily Fills for constipation'.  ,who  needed   false  dentist ordering a  A young mail  teeth -wrote .to 11  set as follows:  "SU mouth is three inches acrost,  fivo-righlliB inches'threw the jaw.  Some hnmmocky. on the edge. Shaped  like a boss-shew, toe forward. If you  want, me  to  be.moie  particular,    I  shait^iiave���������iu  Heart Review  i_i ^.f.*.,*. ���������l*i-ar_'i���������SftCTflll  withdrawn, JH*. Kipling asked for  bill, and i'o discovered that, tho.  item was: "To Impudence���������three  lars."  had  Mill- i  dol-  countn news-  ill. Kn gland?"  his  ' Vou must Iind I'mit nii;," ho  "I  I-.IJUV,"  *   *   .������  A man  with a Hloup and  limp  wiil!'i*d  hlowly  ucrosH  Siiu.iit lain tbat iiiKht  Tliero wc;''* very tt v.  and tlm lOlii'titlili' Oil  -. iih.'ii'-ii Him 1 .ii' imi;. 1  - 1 y 1 .1 :������������������ !'-: '. '.-i-v-i  Viillhfiilty illscluivi  kci-n and inreful  n Hlklil  l'Mnabtiry,  'U-lllllo  point  ,),*��������� ii.-".-i  * lil,i du'ty "tn  iiiisei'viitlon  of  jijmiil,  duty  all  Tlior? is 11, wo]] iiiiotvii itlohlifil. in  Loudon who has 11 Scandinavian  valet. Th.- man cii'mcs to bis niaster  rt'Cenlly in a great, stuto of ilistrosfi,  bearing in liis hands a  lmpoi'-'ho  bad   found.  "Is  it  slill   Klavory  hn nsked,* iu alirm.  Tho  amazed  muster    cnlmeil  rears and liKpilivil thol;1 eauso.  The man pointed to un iwIver'.iBO-  mont. in .tho newspaper and asked  whnt it. meant. 'J'Ik* itiir.oiiiieonient  was liende.i "Great aiu'.Uo'.i ealo ot  HYrvdiv.." '    '  EAGi!rR"~Tb'wom<  Health Regnined by Right Poo-I  The nveragn hea'lliy man or woman is usually eager to bo busy at  .���������-ioino ureftil* I'ikI* or omployiiii'iit,  Hut let ily.Hliopr-.lii. tu- Indlg.-f-iion get  hold of one, uud nil ���������"���������nilenvor liocoiiieii  a bunleii.    A  woman wrlto*;:  "A yeitr UM'. iifl'-i* I'fC'jVtMiiiff from  an oiicnuifi)], my htomach and nervi-ij  lu'giin io niv-: nio I'UU'li trotill",  "At thin a my appctlto wm vornc-  iiululgi'il, inilifii'HMo".  tliiirn  I  luul  no * !'���������  '.rov  luul-  v wen  .U't  kur  I  lu.'r,  iiiiiihtiiil (iici.iiiHtaiict h a;id ptoplc''  Tlm ninii invited utfenliuii Irum  liii- Iullrmli).    Hi-  woro ;���������  blacl* lu-  v. . ni*, ,-  1 a Ni..,  .1   im w.i^t 11.. ..I ���������*.- -4   *��������� .*'  i.v.al.i.    but,    mid  loti}.-,. black  liru'-ikid until it. hil'.clii.������l behind  iiofll'lj'*    lill**   IllUfjicillll.  Jlo K-ariifiJ JlroaiJ .slrcil ��������� ni Ihbl  hour of tlie veiling kivi 11 o\or to a  few bi-liitcii pi-ili't-iiiaiiK boiiiid for  ���������I. fo-ut "'''i ti-'in "fnff'in---find can-  tiinini hi* way towards the bank.  (To  bi>  Ci.|)ll!!Meil)  ioitx, but, \vl;i"ii  folliiwnl.    Olliei  potilo whaU-Vtr.   Th.* l'om  not nourish  iih-  iind  Hum evoi'.  "I   Inst.   Intni'i-Hi.  v.iinti'd to lm uloiv  good nervi.'i-, but  J lrill,; v,oiiUl up������el.  I vinlont. hciul.'ti'hc.  "' '. '   I l 111'   I LIllJll   Hit-'  .HI   t .7  " u'\, *..ibr ���������-'.    'if  1 ���������������������������*������������������'    "I hml v.oi-u Ci'iipi  but did nol bfliinr* whnt. I read, at  Oii.. liim.-. At ).*..;, vbui il nn'm������Ni ai)  if I wi'i'o lil.t-iullj -.inrvitu',, I bi'g.tn to  cut 'iraiio-Xm.*!.  1  .-..it  11,.., I.,..- .*....  a ymi*,  lint  ii-.av rl'ti-r tw  on tjiajK Xtitn I sii.i <iii;i'i*  work aualn.    My iitoniapli  overyiliiiK*; and  had ul'.\;*.,vii had  now     I I.i'     iiu-1-ri-t  nio ami 'ji'lm;' mi .'i  Wiilltlni';   ncroft'i  tii 11 (l-.i^i'Ho.i.  NlltH   llllMTllKOll,  Gold and notes to the value of $C5,-  000 were found In the house of an  elderly maiden lady who died the  other, day in an* unpretentious dwelling in Lur- east cud of Glasgow.  Tlio on! lady h'id lived on a very  simple "puiii. R-ia was .friendly with  her nulglbors vat never gavo an indication that s'no. was any wealthier  than others in tho sumo neighborhood, who/.vcrc all. of the 'working  class. \  Rome of tiio money was found in  an old-fashioned purse, y but there  was no miserly effort at hiding the  money, which was scattered about in  different parts of (ho houso. Sho had  Seed Is Their Currency  An "ancient system of banking '.:  still In active and successful opera-  lion in Southern Italy. This is lhat of  the monti frumenla'ri, or grain storage warehouses. In these are', stored  large quantities, of seed, which i:-  given out to farmers upon .demand  without payment. r After the harvest  tha farmers .return to the* warehouso  the amount of seed they have received," plus interest in seed.*Thus do  the farmers become established agriculturists without the " necessity uf  borrowing money. ,' J '.'  Piles  Cured  In  6 to  14  Day's,  Druggists  refund  money    if    PAZO  OINTMENT   fails  to ' cure    Itching,  Blind,���������'-Bleeding or I'rotrudii)*; Piles.  First application gives relief. 50c.  OII FieU In Pacific Ocean  s Unique among the oh Holds of the  world is tho gutumerlaiK". group of  wells in California, which extend out  into the Pacific ocean. There are 141  producing wells in this groun, v.'hie'i  is situated about eighteen miles" from  Santa .Barbara. These wells are drilled out' in the --an just off the coast  and 100,000 barrels aro taken from  tho oil' sands underlying tho. ocean  bed every year. This interesting spec-,  laclo of derricks,-built out'jnto the  "Erear'i"5"Yi si blcfrom���������the���������train���������on���������the-  way from Los Angeles to San Francisco.���������Engineering and Mining Journal. ' "  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If VOJ(ecroi1TolSORIS,*RUS HOWS' 'GOT tlie Ul.UES"  .MTFI.R from hlDSI.V. DLAnnUK, MIRVOUS MSKASKS,  1 nHox-|c\vi:AKsi:s*:.-i.'i.ci:Ks,SK[S-t;Ki.-i'T!ONS.ru.K8.V  vritc f-ir FREE .i-oru hound medical book on  i'ics" ii*si*a-.i"i anl u'osiienFUi. CUKKS ffftctcit by  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nil No2 N.3  THE R API ON SSS  t lie rr;--.o(Iy for yoih OWs ailment, Absolutely FREE  Mo'fol'.u-.v up*clr*.-v.l:irs. Xo obli--aiions. Ok. l.KCi.r.iic  511.11 Oh.1IaVi;MSTO*:KKi).11 AMI'SI'KAll LO.NDO.S.IiNQ  _Jj*,x_^VA^r_iO-i.iLavi;_Ti:i.-KAi'w.N- wuj. waa vou.  Peevish, 'pale, restless, and sickly  children owe* tlieir condition to  worms. 11 other Graves' Worm Exterminator will relievo tko:n and restore health.  The  meut  sends  about  ofien  Hove  declared  In bank  tbat sho did not be-  Nursc-r-Well, dot tor, i-;ust we sivo  Beans Instead of Beef  cbiel chemist of' tho depart-  of.. agriculture, \Yashington,  (*utt a message to housewives  tin?'high cost of living.,It Is  authoritative and cheering- "The  prospect: need not' larm the averago  salaried worker," ho says, speaking  Trf the cost of beef. "Thero aro good  ���������nibslii.ut.CR for meat; and tbo one at  the i'.eiul of th*.' list is beans."  him up?  Uoctor-  clierjuo.  -Xc; unlil bo can't sign  Minard's  where.  Liniment  foi* sale  every'  microbe has been found that Zam-Buk:  does not kill!.,_'. ��������� , .,  Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk  ts applitjd to a .sore, or a cut, or to  ekin disease,. it stops the smarting.  That is why children are such friends  of Zam-Buk. They.care nothing for  the.science of the thing. All thoy  know is that Zain-Buk stops their  pain, -Mothers Bhould never forget  this.  Ay.in. -As soon as Zam-Euk is applied to a wound or to a diseased  part, the cells beneath tho skin's sur-  faco are so cumulated that new  ueallhy tissue is quickly formed. This  forming of fresh' healthy-tissue from  below is-'/Jam-Buk's secret of healing.  The tissue thus formed i3 worked,up  to tho surface and literally casta.ofC  the diseased tissue above it. This is  why Zam-Buk cures are permanent,  0 Only the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101 L-clorimier. Ave,, Montreal,called  upon tlio Zam-Buk Co. and told them  that -. for over twenty-five years ho  had been a martyr, to eczema. Hia  hands wero at ono time so covered  with eorcs that he had to sleep ia  gloves. Four yearo ago Zam-Buk wns  introduced to him, and in a' few  mouths it cured him. To-day���������over  threo years after his* euro of a diseasa  ho had for twenty-five years���������he -ia  Gtlll cured,, and has had no trace ot  any return of the- eczema!  ' All druggists eell Zam-Buk at 50e.  box, or we will sent* free trial box If  you send this advertisement and a lc.  etamp (to-pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk Co,, Toronto.  We  also Buy Hides and.Seneca Root  mo  Other Evidence  .   Dubblcigh���������Miss   Sharp   called  a fool.   Dp I look like':  fool?  Dawson���������No,��������� you   do\ uot.      Sho  couldn't  have judged ' y-u    by your  1 looks.  Wow,  Freddie, onco  for all,    will  you wash your face and hands?"  "Suro thine*, if it's ouce for all."  .- .,.-���������}.   r,,t.  mouths  to bo ut  give.-! tlio  'Um I   y.h.n IV- fluid) rifi liil-io her  luul;  nt  W. N, U. 097  l-D    IllllCil  v In ti   idif  1-i'ulns  , p. iii.i'iiC liK' im ���������-.���������'.'  : t   lirst   i-iulit*;   but  t'i   tliii..   th-iT.'-'H   ������  in* lionbio now, my nri-vca two.  nt-fady uh i-vi-r. and inl'ivht in llfj  and auibliiiin Imvo 1 oi.n: back with  ilio rofiirn m licrtlih."  Namo  nlvcii  by Cnin.dian   Portiim  fn, Wlnrt-Ror. (Int. lU*:nl "Tho lioad  to   Wrllviilv."   mi   pUK*)    ' i'ii' I-..'-**   11  ll-fAROn.'*  Ever read the above ItHer? A new  on������ appfam frem time to t'.me. They  trr genuine, true, and full of buiun  iritetett.  CLEOPATRA  SET THE STYLE  Many   Others' Have Dissolved Pearls  and' Drank Them  Thero. npp-ims to bo a foundation  for tho talo-of Cleopatra's wager  with Mark Antony that at n single  meal she would swallow tlio value.of  a province, the talo is too well known  to need rt'ciuilfnlathm hero; but (lio  practice of difisolving pearls, which  Imparled r. do)Id0113 flavor to the  wine, wns known nnd practised by  lho wealthy 1011K before lho lime of  CloopiUru.  There is, however, a porfoclly w**!l  authenticated inlo to nmlch that of  Cleopatra, related of Sir Thomns  rircuHhiiiii, ilio liitUiomiiri) merchant  of (''u'--.*ii Elizabeth's ilr.y, avIio, In order to shame the Spanish ambasi-nd-  or, who wan ox!oiling tho riches *>(  hln iniifitoi' beforo Mllzahclh, romiirk-  ed "ihnl. the inicpii hnd BUbJcctn who  nt one iiiicul would oxpond" a mm  ciiuiil 10 lho' dully revciiuo of tlio  king of Spain und nil Ills Arundces put,  loK'illior."' Soon nl'lpr-lliln lho ���������pini"  lull niiibaR-tiilor wiih Invited to dltio  with lho .'.iiKli.*-h Unlfthl. when Ilio  Inller drew f.oni IiIh jiockoi ti ponrl  fnr which ho hnd Phmlly befoi-ti n'-  .fiiHod t,'n,fa\a, Ki'omnl it lo jiowdor,  and drfiulc lt to tho hnalili of IiIh  inbitroHM Un* iinot'iu-Friin j-'helluy  I'ii Niitlouiil JlnKiiyJuo,  A doctor ^niJ,. Ihn other day Unit  nu hold ���������niunii-rvoi' onco imbnA lilm  how ninny'.f'vt. of i-.iih Dm im-raui.'  /,"im Hiilcliiii inlinlciJ.  "I dont -knojv,'; f.ald Dm tloelnr.  ���������������������������a-iuip Iniiidredn, .1 hu|)|)Oko. But, why  do ymi Jih!< tluitV"  '  lIlVU)    V-.ir,   .,*.   ,.;.-..'i    'Uh iii 1     :.(    1 ".',;,"  Iioli'l Inst lil'llit,", wa:' tlin reply, "nnd  I want to oliiiiKii up hiu (jus to tlio  valel. The nuni ciiino 10 nis nianti r  r-xoentoiH.''  Minard's Llnlmem Cures ^utns,  Etc.  Home-Grown Rujji  Two bpaiillful fur rugs wero on tho  /loor, of a ,pa'lo fawn color, and r.ug-  Kesttvo.of doe skills, But, ua it proved  they wero not from tho woods, they  were from the fiinn, ami Iuul originally .boon ou lho backs of somo very  'irelty ."Jersey calves. When in th-  courso of events the call! had no further use for his coat, il* wnu sent to  lo properly tanno'd, thon it wns Hl-oJ  nnd laid upon the floor.  Kino Menellk'u Succeoso**  Llji Yiibu, grandson t.nd successor  to'tho Into King' .MciipHI: 11:1 kinjj; .it  Abyssinia, i'. JS yours of fine, unmarried nud bourn no resemblance to  the pronounced negroid typo of his  ur-iiidl'uthev. '���������I"-'' seinl-^iiuciislaii  (.���������nut. of lilfl fpnlui'p*** it" probnl'ly duo  to tbo (inllu blood lu bin volnn. lie  drPHnort iii Ab>siiinian narb, but Is  Haiti to ho u vi'iy .wldiMiwalu) youiiK  man. Ilo Ih well liiforini'il on tho affairs ot thu Ri'cat poweri! .-ui thoy uf-  foot Ills country, HpcilfK u llltlo  rri'iii'li and has nmoiif? IiIh council"  lorn moro thnn on..  Kuropoan.  Have You i Painful, Corn? ,,  WJiat any corn needs is tho sooth-  IiifS Influence of Putnam'a Painlesa  Corn aud Wart Extractor, which ia  twenty-four hours lifts out ' every  root, branch and atom of corns and  warts, no matter if how long stand-  inK. No pain, 110 sear, no soro���������just  clean, wholesome cure���������that'.-, tho"  way Putnam's Painless Corn ahd  Wart Kxtractoi* acts. Get a 25c.'bottle.  "I am Inclliitid to ntiHpcct Die  (���������obi'lety of the last lituiK'iit In our  cIllHH."  "Whv no'?'1  "WhtMi I iihI'pi! lilm what wero his  fiivorllo Btudion in ornlthclofcy. ho re-  inarko.l, 'Swallow;!, bub und larke.'"  - Maiwzlne of l-'in*  Strange Timekeepers  , To aiiccrtaiu tho time jit night tho  Apncho Indians employ od a gourd oa  which tho' stars ol! tho lior.vo.ns wero  marked. As tho const'ollalions rose  in iho sky tho Indian roterrcd to '..i3  Kuurd uml found out the hour. Uy  uirnliiK the gourd uroniu*. he "could  toll tho order iu which' tho constclla-'  tioii>] miK.it bo expected to appear.  The li 111 peoplo of Assam reckon  timo and distance* by tin number o������  ijulds of betel nuts'efiowod. lc will bo  roiih-uibi-r.-'d how, ncc'ordlnp; to Wnsh-  inK'ioti lrviiif?i tho -Jntcli colonlnl nB-  aoinbly was invariably iilsinir.*jcd at  llm last puff of tho third plpo of tobacco o������ Uov,"i'iiov Wouter Van Twll-  I'.T, '    '  A Moiitaf,rnlf* Indliin of Canrda will  not up 11. fall stick In lho pnow whc.i  i rn sell ini; nliPiul of friend; who aro  to follow. Ho inarliB with IiIh foot  lho lino of shadow cast, mid by tho  ���������..lmuai- in tho tumhrot tho shadow  thn oncoming party cnu toll, on nr-  riving at tho spot, about how far  alii'iid lho lender ifi.  At  lioi't*-  Willi  Iic.V  New Varsity  Buildlno  a iiioclliii; of tho liour,'. of govcr-*  of,tho Pnlvoi'filly of rtitfikatcho-  at !-;nfiI������ut������o������ tho jdans for tho  I'osidonco buihlltig which, whon-  fompli'ipi].    *v!ll cost C'SCO.OOO, wero  approved.  II  'lam on aUl man���������and many of my troubU-t  ntver happnud."~KLWChT JlUmiAItl)  toiflliBtBllfPH?! Q  I'TTFi wliltfl hnlr nnd wrinkled fuccn of our busy men iind women tell  uf doubt, fear and anxiety���������more uiun uiei*<(������������ ������/��������� ������(,*���������. Y#\,*.������y }dayz  Juvw uitli the i;������.'ii't-UJU-vctcTn   co that A\pt>������t\on (nrit-innd'nndMoep  banlahcd.   What oil ia to tho friction of the delicate ports of an onftino���������  fl  Rlio���������.Inhn,    I found  uiice  In  tho  pantry till* aft'-in'-on. ���������  jlp--Wlmt iU������ V"'- ������'l'it linv to do  aliout lt1  Hiic���������t'iiuii.it t.  kitty from your  mm-u Ai.i' r.'i-fi"*  'jW.'. W.W'X Uotiif* fTi.ifc  club ;onlBht?"-Hiiltl-  The poBl offlro d-npartinoiit Ims Iv  siii'd lUilb'o ib darii g liiat Dip trants-  llllCHlnli nf '''du itV hlUlk tiotP't ill un-  ix-uinli'i-fil htttrii U jiiobibllcd.  DR. PIERCE'S  l fm tt% (m II0* **% M  1 ^���������4-i.a.VM'Wk.M,  y^tsc@Y8yy  I* to tho dellrtite orjrini of the body. I t'i * tonic and body builder���������because it  ktimulates th* liver to tloorouH action, tjultla Uie ���������towinch to aimlmilate food���������thu������  ���������Mirichlng tha blood, and (he nervoi and heirt.In turn ar������ fed on puro rich Mood.  H������uralKia"la tlio cry of nUrvcd ncr*f������a fo^fcod.'" For forty yeira ���������'Ooldan  Medioad Dlscovary" In liquid form bus gWen great Mtlifactlon u t tonic and  blood make.'.  Noto it tan le obtained In tabid form���������front dealer* In mtdieln*  or scrttlSO encrrnt tlamp* for trial box. Write It. V.Plerte, Buffalo.  tan. rncRCK'fl pmujant PKUJmi  M*U**������ cawttlpatU*. r������ff������UI������ tlui llr#r,  ���������a-i li������w������l*.   Kra������-r tv tab* ** t***y. ���������y   -   ."-,,-���������'' ,-������*>yy.  jg^aaeeta.Mf.l B���������> ���������  1*  3-_i^B^r.������^\i5iB������iSKLAt^; ^fti^R'tmtiximm. *  * *������w**jij*i-*-'^"-^^^^^  jS*.*)^--'..'-*'-.^^ ^Uia****i\������U������*i-BU a-ni  NOTICE is "hereby given Ik. t appli-  citinn wih be nnde to th> Superintend-'  ���������.ntof Proviacial Pukce, Victo-ia .for a  license to sell liqnor. by -whulesule upon.,  -thi premises gi'uih don Lot G, Blockiio,  C-y-i-iibjilaud Townsii'e, Cumberland, B. C  ; CiALI MaSSATTO,App}icii(t.'  Dated ths3 Isb dny i.f October 1913.  1 bc*k ���������"������������������"i ** -u*"ju .4 *M.BJWR.TX3unr-je3:  NOTICta iffh^roby giveu thutou tho first  d-iy of D jj n')3r nest application will be  made to the SuperiuUucUift of .^rovibcial  Police, Victoria, for the renewal of the hotel liai.-useto sell   liquors   by  retail it. tno  -hotel known au theL-rno hot*������, situated at  Comox, B.C.   '    J George M. Baklow.*  J.DiW October;l/l9l3.  SU^OLlKUtt:  NOTlCEis hereby given lhat,on tbe  first day of November   ini,-*., application  ..will be made to  the Superintendent oil  'Provincial,Police, for a rencvai   of  the  whj!e-.ale liqu ir license upon thepietn-  ,ises known as Lot 2^, Subsection J, Nel-  L son District.  1'H.si-Ni-i*. 5>ui;\vixvo Company.  Dated October 1st, KJ13   -  xaLiKuttx* wwr������ \TKxa:3*'mtiti-rK* s^^^^*'vsavS!xnnmkimxitamn*a������.  JJOriOE-.is' b.reby givt-n ihiit ������u the  fir I day ot,Dieecri*lA.*r.n<jX' ai>p!iuit.6a]ttil  be mude to tlin"Siir-e;ii)t������,������dji:t"of.-.Provin-  .oiiil Police,' Vict������i,i f, .fi-r'ti r ii-*\v*il of tho,  ,ti loi 1 oouso 11 sell Jiiqu-u'j..by' i-t-t.nl in  tlio hotel kao-.vu a.i tlie Union hVitul'Vit*-'  .uato at U.'ii-m. lJ.'.i.'. Jon.v S.,.VoLeoi>.;  ' Pa-.Ad ;he 1st thy nf ()o>.pT).;r,*l9l3*'yj> "  '    *---*������t���������������.������--*������������������������<-*-������������������-���������������������-���������������-���������-���������������������������������r������ -r-rn^r,"P,*T*f^'TW,*BnF'ly*'"*-"''  iuTlt'E id''lu-r. by 'tjiv n tlui on.the  ,(ir.ifc day of 1} uuiiibei-- next, appliiut'oujwi!]  bu nude to th.*** Siiportnbtiudent uf Pi.ivtnoial*  rolioo, Victoria for the renewal uf the ho-  ,tiil liceiiio-'to 3t-ll lien-irs by retail iu tho  ,h >tel kuown'.as the llvi-r.dde hotel, situv.oo  [ at Courtonay, B. G. . .. 0. H..',Fi:cnNKii  '   -Udod Oofcobur I, 1913.  NOTIOK is uereby giveu tii it on the,  ���������Jan-it (Uy of -Di-eembur noxl ii'ijjlicati.iu will  - be mudo'lo the ynpbriuten.lont i-f Fr-.vin-  cial Police, Victoi in, fur the reue-i'ul of the  hott-1 licecs^to S'-ll liquor-i by io;Ai!in the  -hot-l Kuow i.ns.tbe .Wilson hotel, situated  at Ui io.i Bay B.C.- '  Alfred K.v?]*u Horse  ��������� Dated October I,  1913.  ���������' NOTIOK is hereby given tnafc onthi-  :*fi-'-Bt tiny, of Daeembor ii' st nppliouti >n will  be nitida to the SuporintomJovt of' Prqvin-'  .cial Police, Victoria, for tho renewal of tin*  boul l-'een e to sell iiifiots hy rctiilin the  bo-tl kno������vn as tlf-i' NGUoiiMhkoI-, situic-i  at Union Bay, B.C. John Fraseii.'  ���������Bated October Is*-. 1915..  T he. -C-o.u.ntchay H'o.tel  A   ,-       ' , **i  Eviry convenience ior'guests.  ���������0      ,, - , ?  The.Cential'Hotel for Sportsmen  ���������i-iono but the Best 'of-Wines and Liquors  liif'S|  of British Columbia,-Ltd,  .'        THE S." S. COWIOlLA'iN   WILL SAIL ,\S UNDER  .   Comox���������Union Bay��������� Nanaimo���������V'Xncouvkr���������Rout-k  Leaves fcohiox,-Sunday, 4 p. tn ".... .Tuesday ii p, in.  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. in'.., .Tuesday, -i-i o'clock, noon  --.,   ,  For Denmau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday,' 8 ������m  ���������,       'For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.*    -���������  'A,s J, ���������' '��������� y '   ;. Subject-.to cliange- without notice,'  ������iwws������w:w������*.iv.i;-^.������si^  .*  5a  J.    N.   McLTOD      "i?EJOi=iaiBT,)r.'  *   English 4 x BOSTON always cu tap      also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BKEli">���������Anhunaur, il-.beiHiau, Soh te, &a.       "CLDOHEY RliAJlD"  ���������.SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and, Liquors of all kinds  The lio&rdiiig and Lodging D'-partment, under the iminuli.ito EUjiennten'donoa  ,'.'   , ��������� will bu toui.ri Fit'bt claSd iu every res-paot.    '  zzz  ' *%  . CANCELLATION OF RE-  '��������� ��������� "' , SERVE. . y ',',  * NOTICE IS HEREnV GIVEN .'that  lbs reserve! the notice of whicli nppear-  edin the 11. C. (iaietie on the 27th day  iMJDeceuiber, 1907, is cancelled 111 so fur  'is ft relates to tlie . following, parcels of  '.'and:-the \V. 1 j of ihe .S. E. 1-4, ibe  S.-\V;"i-4 and the S. 1 i of tiie' N, W.  l^wtMof ihe river in Section 4; iheS.  E. i-4,tlieS'. E. 1-4 of the S. U\ 1-4  ������������������ind tlie N. E ,1-4 m Section 5:. the S.  "|-_* of the S. ll. 1 4 in Section S; the S E.  1-4, the S \V.' 1 4 and the E. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Section 16, and ilw E. 1-2  oft.be S. E 1-4 and N 1-2 in .Section 21,  all in .Township 3. Saywatd Dis-rict, ami  ilie N.'JC. 1 4 of ihe .\. K. 1-.*.-' in Sw-  tinii 3c; ilie N IC,i"4 nl'i'ie S \V 1 4 am! j  tlie N W 1.4 aridN7 1-2 of the.\ If. 1 j in  Section 33; iho N !-2 of the N W 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34; ami ibe S t-2 and N W 1-4 of the N  W' i^j in Section-35, all in Township 6,  .Sayward Disirict. *  Tife said lands will be open for en try by  pre-cni|.-tion on.Monday, tbe lSth'day ol  Mayat the hour of 9 o'clock 111 the fore-  .n������uu*,:������l! applicuions to bu t-iuuic at lhe  office uf the Government Aj-ent, Vancouver. No Pre-emption Record shall  include more '.nan 40 acres of land ex-  ccpi'in case-* where it is uesirable to ir.-  elude small-fractional pmiions of legal  Subdivisions; information- in Winch con *  ncction may be obtained from plans on  view at die above niei-.tioiird Agency.  R.A. REN WICK  *��������� Deputy Muiialcrof Lands  "5Lands  Department, -, Vi'iibria, i).   C,  Febru-uy i.ith   1914.  RECEIPTS ���������  GoyU-gmiit to City.... ������5037 95  Gov't, grant to (Jauip..,-. 100S '23  High School faes.-...;. ������7G* 00  Special Gov't gnvit.... ,2500* 00  Puitfbv  City  of Oum-  - berland '3410 70  323  SOLA  OVER ES T*BAIW  30 00  0 00  14 DO  3-3 DO  BStfTES ,  ^i^o per dtiy aud Up  "���������:-H^y^grggga5aS35gy?;5^^  ������ST* OLD N1SWSPA1JKRS POR  SALE  AT TII J3 OFFICE ^jf  I fo  ai tlie li-ir. ,  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston.   Prop  . Jrie  Belter,  Cheaoer Than.-Most Dairv Feeds  ���������Vancouver filling���������& Gr-ain Cempany, Lie  Distributors*  NiViX'AIMO, B. C  ���������   ~    LIQU.OR.ACT 1910.  Section il.  N'OTJCE Is  hereby. gJvec- tlvil"  one       month irom        jda'.e,  Total Receipts 51^30*2 96  '_. "   EXPENUITUIili     , '���������  TwicJiers'/salariOT' .....'87025 00  Jamtoi'     ' 910 00  Se-m-ngor   TeK'griniv!, tol-rpiione.,  A; ]\r������.\wt*ll,, hiiulagi.*..':-  Potter &  KirkUriJti..  liaul:i*-;i'...;,....  T. 1), Mc'I.caiK stutioii-  orv ninl ivpair**. .  A. 11, Pwumy,   slHtiuii-  '  erv and hooks.. ..  Islamic**} priming. ..;.  News *-       ....  C. 11. TaHwlI,-���������supplies  and livbory .-.:.' ,-.y  Dr. G.Jv.'M'iicNaiiglitoii  nietiif.til ui-*V*.yctioii  Thomson Shtiioiii'i-y Cu  books o. -. '  Free Ti-xt Book   Ojiice  bonks. .*   J. J . Douggan,   Tnts-  U'os, Association.  Daily Province, adv'g  v?cr.'y!s balury 12 inos  Nowbitry & Aslili'y.ln-'  suraijcc, now .school  Poslagi*.  and    f.tatioii-  ��������� Vry,,.l2- mos . .'..-.'  ,\Vni .*l'otk*!', lalior ....  1). . Kilpatrick',   coal..  hauling   CO. (D)Liinitod,   coal.  S. Leis-'i-'&Ou.,   cktlk  yiiiiiatii, olouk   , 1 lay in an ct M ellae;!o w l's  T. 15'. IVntu, host*, glass.  .   siuulrics *  I  'J:  00  UO  [���������"  M- 00  10  00'  41  00  112*  50  28  29  1 2o  yn  10  0i*  0  70  GO  0%  1*15  oo  10 00  , 83  50'  - 9 ci  t* *~J  -50  127  '50.  ]  00'  0  50  - 12  25  ;\tra*-.-*!.-! jpqiUv i at.Lotehn:r.<l do.'ii'tpUoa ma'  ��������� citiltD;- !.**iC'rtaiii our viliflou ftoo T;fcp*-t!,-*r '.'  lllVO-llmil ISV'o'jnVi;)'Vf���������f���������"-***  *2*.   C^nitn ������������������������������������������������  t'.o-iosirtoU-t eoi43di.i-.iti A Pk-.'X^af, -yni-rt-oca  i-an*nw tnicu  ���������il, sicwiey l������fii!i!*.f.'ffi"ii  X ilivu.-O.! S,.ai*.i ij &������,  i & w. !-iV������:vt  ts*tfilI'.ollx, '* a>om,cim.-uo, ji tuo  AlmnrtsoEiei? Ulk<j*.MtcJ wdoktr.  !Uu^������t ri.--  ri*lnt\on  ;r ivjy soior.uilj y- irt������u.   'fierrv, l\H  Uia-wn. ?..'..��������� i> y-u'.-pes-^jo piinwitd.   i.' itOl &J-  ..������" ;ir'vi.l.-.-ti!i,*i-s.  fcttuiiii oom. tr:; v du, \\w^-.r*>;.. a u- ���������  NOTICE TO CON rR^CTOR? ,  -No. S Mink Sc.-ioot..  SEALHD TKNUURS, snperscr.beo  "Tender fir Ng.1^ .Viin-.' Stbooi.'  ,\ill be received by ine iionour.ible uie  Miniver of Public Woil---..i*;. to nooi) oT  I'lKsdny, the ic*,li������c iv o( Mny 1014 foi  ihe predion and e-jinnletinn of .1 i_*������������������.-" ���������  ron-'.i schiioMrui-iC ::! '.*>i.. S '-yn.', -*.n������-  hif!;u;d, in ;!ie L*.iuo\ VA": ���������.���������r..' IV ��������� r,  1'!.'!):'. jpi\-.!U-:t'.-.n*-- t-*.*tr;ict a . *  f irnii* i i teiiiJe.- ti**a\ be seen or, jnd r.f-  c;  -tviaj;,.,  IN THE .COUNTY' COURT OF  NANADIO IIOLD1CN AT  NANAIMO.  IN TTJIC MATTER-OF William  IltM-hi-i't. ItaUon.   deceased,  ill  tcstiito, lute oi; Courlonay, II C-  AND       n     -  !N TI-I1S..MATTKK of the ^Ollicial Ailuiiuii'tniioi'i" Act,'*  TAKK isOTICH that liy or-'  dor nl! liis Honor Jnd^e llarkor,  iiuuli-i on ihe 11 fit' day of Koh  niHijv, I OH, 1 was appointed  Adiiiii-i-ifniNii- tit" tho K^tnto of tin.-  nbovOi niantioiied dw,(-asi,'d. and all  jiiuiiyn having tdainif. figaiiiSl. tho  Biiitl ciitaio arc liorcby ivqniml lo  furnish nanus pcopm-ly vcfiliml, to  lin; on i-i ia-i'oui th'.' iZ\\\ day ol  Maivb 1914,'. AND lill 'l>ui--  ''io.- indcblod to snid ostalo, aro rc������-  qu'nvd to ji'iiy tin- itinoiiut of llit-ir  in.ltliU'tlnysfi to uio  forthwith.  Dated thi.-;  llth.day of Fnlini  nvy ISM I.  W. WKSUV Wll.liAKD,  (Ml\i.'ial Adniinii-tvator,  (huiibeilaiid, 15. C   ,-  Don't   forget   to   plaoo   your  J^cxt oulcr tor printing ������in-l������ }}?<  ***** H.l.,V*.������������'������������-*r.t-������iMfclA<-**������^*"*.t������'*"*������1* ***  ������������������**������"'������������������������*���������*������������������'*  W*tJ^*!W\t&^fa4*t^V*ffi  i     O   W TARRRLL      J  ^ ,^.M������Hr������WW'������.''*������"*������''-������w,MW*-������"i      fy  IOTICE ' ���������   ��������� ���������  ESQU1MALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  *  LANDS  Every conveyance from, the  Es.quimalt 8z Nanaimo II Ivvay '  Company, ' not" already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Registry, Office before May ������������������' 31st,  next, pursuant to the Land -Registry "Act Amendment Act,   1914."  j   H   snrIv  ii _i,     La.      \.J v.,,-   i^j L j X, ,  Land A������jc*nt  tMMrna������LiJri1yB������A*������-M*������ftt:^rj[r^^  f HIGH G������  J Ami ������n KITCIIKN.'.UTENSILS  ^ Spoilsmen Goods  ami  . General Hardware  ������������*.   t<,r^^tS!)pt^i*hift<r*������irtU.*j  I'ly-ty*'] '������������������ '   Hint   /Va.'i-t    ii-.rr.Ii'.  ^-������'***r   >     -".,    (-  l.'Mr-l.l.: Mi\ll..ir..(C.-tlWVll'im  **\^.-- .'   -      ���������'    I.-.VHIM   h*  ,|i -.1,     t'lkVui      r.i-.W  \-"-tlJ<r'r <;-"'.���������*���������)*.'��������� ���������jV'i ni.:",'t-i:..', *���������.'.-���������-"' Srr-  >ti ...nt ;v���������'- }< '-���������*-���������;��������� l>  il'-fi...i- i,i, /.,���������(;'.* ;' ��������� ��������� 1 ���������  j*.-..ir  i  NOTIOK.  Any poj'aoii or piM-nouu, cm tin*;-,  rnnuiving or taltiiiji any hhn'Ici),  timhor oi' wood, of nny tV'fj'ript.iodn  inlonniiip; to tho 'W'i'lliiiglon Colliery Oo'y., or from or off tlm land  of tlio Raid (.'Oiiipnny, or imyoru'  ^ppiiiit1, rubbish of miy ilcsvi'inlion  iMivv/bovo \\\vu\ the ."miuvoiy-**1  laud will ho proeccuti'il to tho full  ti.Mcrit of tlio law,  J. li. LOOK A 111),  \ll-lll-l  ,J|      lUrlll.l^l"!',  Cojlitiry Oo.y,  ^ no~ti(Te"  IN TIIKi eoi.'NTY  Cdl'HTJ.OK  NANTATMOHOLDKN AT  (ji':������'i:kiu.ani>  IN TII hi MATTKIi of 'Ihoninn  iSmiiii, d,i'immhI, iiiif-tiiU'. wlin  ilii'd in N'-li-'-n Id-tiict nn April  '.'u.h 1 1   .  AND  JN TIIK MATTIC 11 of ihu 'Olli.-ial  AdMiinlrtrniou: Act "  I ;iKi'- xti.il Jt ij   i/iiti   I ty   ijniiji  i*.l   lllH IJuiltit   i.'llll.mi   H.UKt-T. Illllllf  tho fi'.h day of N'u'.i'.mlici li)l",!w..n  nppi>iiii...l adii.iui'.*,tril,,i-(il !h;' l')'-  lUlU   llf     till     ulil-Vl) HUMllioilMl     i.!*'  coant-il, and ail parii*.". havl -y  ul.iiliu.a^aiint tiio, mid iiHluto an-  h tir 1 Ji-li   pa un*,  pr-jpfirjy vnif������������;d, to nui mi or ho-  fori' Hns  1,'l.h   dny   f.f   n.r.'.iduT,  rq rpiTcrrtiuTi \n 1 c~ tm~ n*nvne~ixy^i;iT***  Superintendent of Provim-.iul pol  -co for a license for the ���������'ale o"  liquor hy wholesale in and upon  ihepremii-os eit.iatod in the (own  of Courlenay, IS. 0. known and  dt'?<jiib'od as fJo'.s 30 iii.d Ui, Sec-  lioiAGl. ,  ' Dated' this Jfilh day' of   April.  10 u"  UNION BREWING! COAirANY  Ltd,'  Conrad  Rtilt-'h  Appliennt  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Suction "12.  KOTICliJ if: Ijerehy given lhat,  on the 1 t'i day of Dccemher tu-xi,  application will 'hv made lo the  Sui'Oiir.'Cruk'tit' of 1'ruvinfiial Pwl-  ii'o for lencwal of lhe hotoMiccncc'  to fell liquor hy roiail in the liotti1  known an tne lluhr-piiiu Ilol'.d,  A ufile al Ltiiid,,iii lho Pi-ovince of  lliilif-.li Cnlunihiii.  Dated ihib S.h day of Octoher,  10 IU,  '    '        F11K1) THULIN  Applinanl  IJviOOH ACT, 1910,  Hct-lion -Vi.  . nOTlCB in htiohy pven that,  on tho J t, .(lay nt net'ein'-fi'i' noxt,  i'pplieaiiui. will he in id-* to Llie  :?uperint!*>ndent of hovinchl Pul ���������  ice for rcurtwiil of iLn hotel lieonee  <ti wil liquor hy :el..i) in lho ho'cl  known ai-^lliu W.iiluw-* llu'j'I, i-iui  :ili> at Cunipli'll h'iver, in lhe I'ro-  vini'e nf Bri-i.di ���������floluinhi i  c-f"r"j^ow.iies~oouKir<r"  L.- V,<   Ntinn**,* -w.at(.*r  12 nics   Uoystou   Mill,   linnlwr  High .school pupils, t-ix ���������  ���������day's- teaching.-. .  School l-fiY-a :,   **  Washing towel-?.     .n i  ti-  ' ihe        ist       day  i o l 4,        ;i t    '  tli-c    ;oaice      o*  ,\ir. ], B:i,ii*J, GoveiinnetU Aycnt,   iua-   ���������  Ix'iian'd, B.  ���������.;  Mr.  A. "J.  .SU'-srl^d.  vScaeury of the Sctiool Board;1 <V������mb*sr-  trtn;!;   ti.   C;   anil    \hc  department   of .  PjiIiIjc WoiUs, Victoiu      ���������'*      /  ���������By' application io tLi: uTidcrsigt'icd,  contraclo!.*. ivay 'ohta:n a copy cf.the  p':������ns nr.ii sporific-^uons for the sum of  ten dollars (Sio), which *\\\ ut- Kiuncled  on' reiuniiiijj; lJ>nn,*f ini'ood order.  Ench proposiil ;niu--t b& acconip^me-i  l,i'y-aa accfptcil bank cheqw of tviiifi-  ca'ie ofdepcrsii on'- ,v chiirtercd*-bf.i)k: c'*,.  C-aii.*-tiii.-:i).������iJe pay ib'e to the Honour-  .bit: the Miiiii'tcrlof Public WcikS, for r.  -uu. utji'.al hi io rcr cent of tin* tcnuec, '  .vliicii sh,ill1 In- forfoif.'dii'thu pasty ten-  t'.i'iiitg decline ic enti-J it.to coaiwct  .vht-n c*ii!''d upon lo Ao so-, or if he i-ivi  j.ii_iii!iij'il*'ii������ ihft ALfli,k_CijriLr:LCitd fiw*.  ,34 00  5 oo  ���������I lit* cht-tj'ies iiifctlilicatcs   tu deposit of  Ttnhuccej.-ful teiidcrerd will   he  muni-ec*   ���������  in   tliL-'u   upon   the   execution   of   the  O'lUin-eL  j'    'l'cui'trs will not be considered tiniest ���������  jo, ()0\ iaade mil od tir:   forms supplied, siV.Ufd  ~   if   1 s\ii!i ihe ,v.:ttKil sij-iMiure'of the ioa<ler-  1   '"   -ji.-r and   tniciccl in tbe envelopes farn ������  0 t'.O  Special grant oxpendit-  .    tn re, Clarlc&Stowat-l  Co. Lld.J'uniitiu-H.. 1150 07  A. McKinnon, fiini'ire 200 00  .Semitic lank  .. ��������� 273 00  Kopuirs  to  old ..school S00 00  Maps  ID 00  Lalwii- pulling , iu   new-  (loslcu.-  100 00  Totul oxpomlit. VdVd   S12I1II2 00  High sclionl fee.> due'^i')-l 00  Ih.-ijieclfillly   Mihi:iiU'i.'d.  TlIOiMAS II. CAIIEY,  Secretary.  Pionrd of School Trusth-^ (hnn-  l-erhiud, 1), C, .Ium. S, ll-M-i  1 hereby certify (Inr 1 have ex -  LIQUOR   AOT, IglO  (Section ^5)  The lowest <.ir ajsy ie*ni!';f not a-eca-st-ar  ily acceptt'd.  f. IL CiUlFFIl H,  Dcpu'.y Minister .uirl J'ohl'c Woikc  Kni.,*;'iin(:i; Dcp-utinuiil of J'ul-lii* W'oiki,  Victoria, B. C, April 28,191^.  in\ 6 my i-i'  c tat t****-. mnr-**.*vxi*'**. tt^imai ������i*wi*i u*M**M.mi������ * -������iu������-w*ii"i**m  Mfft'Y' ht3 r'A"..1*-'* r.iA  (}-k$ H   W K? *ft'*h*'**'  ^%*fetyb ;: i-x  -    * ,.'"'1*1 ?-. *?i. i'."rri   i *-*     "T>      * *  kf*. ������������K������nJ   fv:-i t* -(,*���������!  ���������OLi'.iLiJJUvjiji.V   ������ 0;yi..  Caurallai OavorKmcji**. Vih.o ,,t  [^ r.Iun.- V/o liavo ������'-.*.���������? p'-pist, fl  t$ rn.l :':'*,!*c:.*:ri*;.".".::/.!���������; v.-;'-. ' "!  }\A (V.llolVn lj v.-A'/a  l-'y tlm /v"!  \$\ oVzryVi-'.iOtc.   C-u.U. n*j [ijj\j  i-\\A ri'H-o tt-r/i (j.'c lulcr'.C'- '������������������."']  iSOTlCllC ishwioby given tliat,  on the iiiuih day ol May iit..\t.  appliratiuu will 1><; made lo the  SiipciiuteudeiH of I'rovincial Fo-  lice for the yrautiuf*; ol a license  for lhe sale of lifiuor  hv u-tail iu  * ' .1  and ii por. the |������jcniiser-!-.������ he o*mi  liliuctcd in aceotdance with   lhe  plans ami speciiicalion*; to he til-*, ."r/-r-"*f'���������*,'���������'V..u,E"i.'^;-'.*.;���������' ma vj*''*ni*.i  j-V'-V^-v^., 'lV> I't.'A v.i,:.',.-r TtjIi*. ml-.*  (.������'-���������.   ;���������   '     ,*.������:v    1 -v    ..������������������'-���������-   -1   '.-v.l.-'-j  Diiieti  this .till 1 d.iy of Ocioher,  nn:!.  CllARLkS '111  ���������vd with Mu;   -iv.ii.uiiii-.i.uiv'iil   ot  1 y  ������������������������' ?,','V>*' -rtl. V1 '" l*"'*1 "'*>,i' '* ' ���������' v*'.0 a  -.'��������������������������� *'*������ ;*vf \xs.  Piovineial l'.die-e, and to h.'! ������?**��������� -"'' '*"v,w"*!I "'*>''' V",;:���������<���������<��������� '^*;  1IIII.IN known a.ith* Tiei iiotei, and tu "/ <������ ^JjiVa'^i^r-,:'^  Apt iie.nil   |JC- situate at <r r n. ai the ^ov*,-!::     ���������* ^U^'.UC^ttvJ'iV.iVr. Z\t.;*nV>*i'?i\  ||,    1 lllelll  Wll.lll  ai    KH)  -t'-'ii.     OCi.-i'n ;  Pi.stnct. r>iiu."*ii l..iiinniOi!i, tip-r.i; <. '  Hiding on locomotives and rail  n*ay cara of lho Union rVilliory  Company by any person or ,,er.| ���������������'';��������������� ^������������ll>riii'M!.������M):i'(|tu  B-.mP���������eveopt truii cu*v,*--i,- itnetIv |���������''**��������� '' --A1'^. aiu ai,;,iid ;.. p..-, 1...  proh������Ht������l.    KinplnyeeH   rre  ������iulM a,Kt,.n,lt of.  llu'ir   fmlehtedn. ���������������   io  NfrpKM-*;.  ���������**ayn-:irl l.i-.M'l Hi .nil*)  I'm'rii*t i.f Pay -u*.).  TiMCK, fJIM'I'l h tliil'll.'lni   Bui!,   <if  1. 1.1       il<\),    tl.    i    .,    Oill  l ll        '|>     l^| II-  pc 111 m ion tn lt'ii������* tho fi)ii*i\v.inl A ii": ii-; 6 .\ ; <^  .ii!iii.tt:-Si,i.illi-!*i'i������li.-.V.m.li������l|ili-<!n'i.i(l     D.itcd thi:; l.it d.iy   of    April, j J  lu,'ii':il. on ('iirlii'/. Inlli'iK, I'Mniin'iicin { nl j  11 p'til lilautiil on Un* S* iii.iiv,i>**.| ci'i-nor nt      '  '���������  v-'>-,N>������*<i)-' It-  llu* lauds desct-ii.ed as Luis 20 %'"\ f\i~lj/ (nQl^'fi  and ^r i:i Woe!: K of the Suhdi , J i^J^J & \J U li i t  i-i-J'-i' of o:u't of  '-ivctioiu-, ji   and   *{ i, , 'ti.  Mm- ... ,-",!, a,  .    . ���������> ..   ii. 1I1.. t ���������.,. ,  . 1-,.*." ~  %  ������������������ ,''���������''��������� i,\ *,   . .,.*"';,i   ������������������-1" ���������.>' I  Wlir,Vn-:f;WV,'i.i i r������UiVi������*ti*i������:-i'iir������i-i"l--'-,.l:}  Inc tf>d������.nnii-BftI for nllov/inf*  t-r.inh  Uvonh-r i   ,)a;1. !'H 'U"  Any ',i   N"VU"  ]. U.   UX'KAUU, j''���������'''' 1'':::  General Manu ���������..? . j OX-ii.u AdiniohUaw.!,  11 ' l'-ri.hiilu.il, il, I'  i.i'aii'l, ��������� Iiont-i," t. I|.iwni(/ tin* Mho .. mr-1,.  tl'-..   .i|i.llll'i tim |;i':ili|i| In   p .>i..    <i     COi.i-  1.1 (.���������client, ciii.tiiji.t-it', M  ,1T", m-������r* in  11 ��������� .*��������� *  MKI.l'.S I'.l'l.!.,  bn..lMiuh J*'., it'll.  MARifV Tl.M'.Mft,  , 1 ,)0(.,lul     /,���������  ': -4c  ���������VuVs WtsjihoSfe, ; t  Violin  Stii-'i*-.  './. -I'. Mt������.''.il".S :������������������!������'     '  ���������."���������I*.* at iti*' .'V'-'i'-  ! ,������'*5^1  w.til Iile (ih < .1 ?!'*\  1'K1*>%1I  AiM.K  AM)  FAlO.n'k.'I.ITK  <>nr Mill, i- th" \ ydt"*-  of llie ile-l 1:( il <Jov...  !���������'KK-.SK    MILK  !. IVIARU^, /���������  . t  ���������I.*  //I,* ������.-(*. -,' '> t/' -A it*"ml 1/.    ' ���������Q-0-)J*-4l-?l'*{''lf''>*C'<ti ">'.'^"t.**���������������������������������������������.���������  t-'.'i'.;   in;-*; ..-���������,r,v.*;. hiV..-A,i;.. i.ui*-: 1 c.r /. .-��������� ��������� .*   It1-,';  (                             .          I          .II. . *..       ),||     <l(       'VI   I        ,       ���������������!���������������.        '    '      ' '    ��������� "    ������ *  ll.UI   (i.*> j - I.f.-il";-, t,mHlL*>V Ll -I    ���������    -  -   ������������������   I '    *���������' ���������      I - ' .  I - * , r fi.          .( fi" "..    (),.-V.n. -i'"l ���������-      -   , - ! !  1 u  -K I  -11'.'  .-.y-r*----*.-.-  ,*.V*is?i-  *'-;������������������-'-���������  'l:'."   t'.i   ,-���������  .���������������-i'i {.  -t\ ��������� > - , ���������  THE NEWS. 'CUShlEKEATO, B. C.  ���������2gtf4^UAL2q *>nU '77UL^ s&nffi*J' te-ih~j&  For Baking Success  ���������This Oven Test  Siccess on some baking- clays  can  be expected  no  matter  -   whal flour you use.   But con-'  "Bt'fint success is rarer.   It can  be aosured in only one way.  The  miller  must  select  his  wheat by oven test.  So  from  each  shipment of  wheat we take ten pounds as  a sample.   We grind this into.,,  flour.   Bread is baked from  the flour/  If this bread is high in quality,  large in quantity, we use the  ���������".   shipment from which it came. -    "/"  Otherwise we sell it. /  Constant baking success comes */  as a'matter of course from/  floiir bearing this name      /        ..���������   '  "Mo-e Brfeic^and  Better Bread'? and  ���������     "BetteN Pastry/Too"        fi2���������������  Tho Friend to* Choose  The world oould do very well without certain people of brains,. but it  would fare but ill it it were deprived  of others whose chief possessions are  largo aud tender.liearls.  We all recognize these great hearts  when wo .moot tliem. They aro usually  engaged in lielpins lamo dogs ovor.  stiles, as Kingsley quaintly puts it, or  they may Just be shod ".ia*** ��������� sunslilna-  of pure fun and good temper "over a  party of young people or children;  It really does not much matter. To  them all work comes, .alike,- ir it  means the helping of oihci's"or-;*t;Sj;e*''  lightening of the gloom 'of :i dull (.bit"  J r.  k ���������  of life's road.  You may have met on-- of the ,119111**/..  unrecognized benefactors of ������������������' lho  world. ' a person whoso wide'humanity embraces every ono in it. far-  reaching sympathy. Add such a one  lo your coll- '.ion of friends if you'  have the opportunity and count yourself lucky* indeed.  For you will be sure of a refuge  in the time of storm and stress that  will not fail you, oven if all the rest  of the world look.-* coldly at. you and  passess by, indifferent to your  trouble.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural-  gia.  r*'\  /A.  The King's Messengers  Tlio king's messengers rarely figure-in public and it is only, the strictly personal business of hi marriage  to Miss Hcnniker" lleaton that brings  Major Adrian Porter to the fore to'-  day. Ile-.s one. of the little corps  of nine men who wear tho badge of  th Silver* Greyhound. They are tho  kinp's messengers,, picked men and  usually military off'cers,-. who even  in these days of a sure, swift postal  system and wireless telegraphy, still  carry tho sovereign's autograph letters to brother rulers, and also the  more'important dispatches of the for-!  cign office. Those all go "by hand,"  as business mon say, and tho king's  messenger is strictly charged that the  documents must never leave him by  day or night and until safel.* delivered he must defend them to the death.  -���������-London Chronicle.  Time Has Tested it.���������Dr. .Thomas'.  JicJ.eetric Oil has been on the market upwards of thirty years and in  that time it* has proved a blessing to  thousands. It is in . high favor  throughout Canada and its>excellence  has carried its fame beyond tho seas.  It. has 110 crjual in the whole list of,  liniments. If it woro double the.  price it would be a cheap liniment.  Reserving Non-Agricultural LandJ;  The Minr.csot"** State Forcgtiy HsS>:  ������iatlon is agiating for an amendment  to the state constitution, , to^prbvi.de  for tho retention as foreu.'rpsfcrvo-sof  all state lands found-.upon Oxamina  tion 10 bo uiisuitablt**xtfOj* agricultural  purposes. At^ project', '*" such lands'  may be filed up/n-iV'ider the v;v*iiao of  homesteads, ib'ut, after the ran oval of  the timbers^and possibly an" attempt  ato farm-iife, foredoomed - to failure���������  the Jn.iul's aro abandoned, usually in a  completely denuded and burned-over  'aoml'iiou, aivj revert to tho state, A  much bolter policy would unqucstion'-  abiy be to restrict agricultural settlement to lauds clearly suitable for  that purpose, and retain, the no.i-  agriciiltural lands for periiVaneut fores': production.  The same problem arisos in many  parts of Canada, in a similar way.  Previously, tliero wiis no direction of  agricultural ^settlement, and. a'f a result, much' non-agricultural limb: ���������  lnnd was taken up under lho homo-  stead laws. This tendenc... \viis particularly strong at tho time lumber-  .irg operations were being carried on.  At that time the homesteader was  able to iind un excellci.' market, for  the agricultural produce that, could be  raised during tlio few . years that  elapsed before the surface fertility off ���������  tlie soil, derived from ihe decayed  mould from fallen leaves and  branches, war. exhausted.    ���������'  In very many cases, settlers have  heen stranded on these poor lands,'  and havo become so impoverished  that thoy are wholly iiuably to move  away and settle on lands really suitable for farming. JMore0recently, the  provincial governments have made  attempts at directing settlement, but  the pressure for the opening up of  timber lands has been strong, and arguments tha1; the lauds are suitable  i'or agriculture have been so strongly  urged that the attempts to withhold  lands essentially non-agric-iltural  have in 111 Miy cases been unsuccessful.���������Conversation.  ���������*.-*���������.  ���������<*������-  9������ DISTEMPER  Fli-ik   Ey������,   Eplzootlo  j5h.*3������t.-,a    Fevnr.  0 ,- -mil   Cawhal"* Fever  Sure cure nnd *Tiosl llvo preventive 1,0 innui.-r :.iovv Horses  at any age nvo Infected or "exposed." Liquid, jstven on trm  tongue, nets on the Blood and -UlaniK c-xiioIh me poisonous  germs from tlw body. Cures Disiemp-v in lios.i awl sheet*,  and Cholera In l'oult'i-y. Largest solSin;* livo Steele ivmccly.  Cures La Grippe anion*,' human beings ana is a Hue. Kidney *  remedy. Cut tins out. Keep it. Show It to your chiikkiki,  who will get ft for you. Free Booklet. '���������'J 1 stem ���������.*������.���������!���������, caufca  und   Cures."..- ���������' '" s  DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL   WHOLESALE.   DKUUOISTS    ,  3POHN   MEDICAL CO., Chemists ana Bacterlolot-jlsts,   Goshen,"' md .   U."i.A.  EDDY'S FIBREWARE  Tubs and Pails retain the, heat  of the water much longer than  the wooden or galvanized   iron  1- -> * " t  tubs, are cheaper than the latter  ������������������ 3  and   will   not   rust   the  clothes  Build Concrete Barns  and Barnyards  VOU will find that tliey nre best  at first and cheapest in the end.  Concrete buildings cannot burn and many dol  lars arc saved in lower insurance rate*-*.   They  need practically no repairs and never need  paiiiiiiic-  Concrete barnyards make llie best hind  of a feeding-floor and save many dollars in  feed bills, as your stock gets every particle  lhat you feed to them,  Send fur ihi*) tier, bur*)!; "Whit tlir Pinner  (.'mi ili> With t-'oiirrstp.**  It slum-.j 11 it Iw.y  to build yocr.,own concrrti: burn, fcrrting-  lloor or any otiierbuiM'm**; tliat you may nee J.  Farmer's Information Bureau  C������"������������cJa Ccmenl Company Limited  Herald Bui/ding, Montr-tnl  X:  v  -������-:r  Firewood  Cull in!*, firewood in sun iiii'i'i when  ll' can lie ddiio in,inii easier nml  CHcapor In v.-inli'i*, In 11 wiislo of vain-  alio time, l-'livt cl-'iin up olil lntca.  ibIIh, lii-nkiir I.kiiikIh. eli'., aroiliul tho  liulldlriKH. I'ci'luiiiH Hiiiiii'wlioro 011 tlm  Jfarrn t.liei'd nre tun licld-i Hint ronlil  prontubly bn Hindu into one and iho.  ���������old rail foiico liclwi'on lliciii cimvcrt"  -ed inlo Kiinil j'uyW. or Into 1'iH'l. In  thn wood lot tlu'i'i' iiiiiy lin di'inl or  *?all*->-i IrciH llnd Nlii'iil'l lin h-iiidii'iI  *nrt utiidi*' Ini, 1 llrfwiioil iicfiu'i' tlie  live IrcoH aro touchi'i].--.T. !���������'., in Con.  UTYnlllW.  Poop Consolation  "Why su .'���������lociiiy    looklii'-*-,    M-uIk  ileal-?" I  ".liiel- Iiiih  thrown  nn- over  for uj  'liirl with iinnv nioiiry,"  "Oh,  Iiii'i'i',  '���������lioci'  up!    TlmL's  im.  nlnn thut lm ilo'.'Hii't lovu you."  - Problems of oocial Work .  The persistent problem- of social  worli are, poverty, diseaso anil crimi,  i'or-^-Yvl'iicli���������^t-lie-eoiu"ei!ti-5.nal���������remedies-  have "-been, respectively, relief, medicine and jails. Tho social worker discovers by sad experience that relief  is no euro for llie lirst. nor inedieine  for the second, noi* jails for the third.'  Relief, medicine, and jails are no  doubt needed, i'or our sins, until we  learn' how to apply real remedies, u'ir-  til we have r:ocial programmes ade-  'cpiale, .obsek'te. inideniocratlc'. uneconomic���������tlmt is ���������**) say, wasteful���������  ami unedticatioiial���������lhat Is to sav,  stupid*.���������Edward T. Devina in Tlie  Survey.  "Willie������������������Tr.w, where do jailbirds  come from?  Paw���������Tney are raised by* larks,  bats and swallows, my son,���������Cincinnati En'iulre.r.  "Kvory livitig room or library oiiji;Jii,  lo have soniowhere iu it a handy box  or drawer.  In it should be wrapping paper,  siring, stleliei'S,' clips, imielliiRi' o:  paste, inss and Uie ihoiisaiui ami one  little things ihat or.o ia likely to want  frequently nnd in inconvenienced ly  not bavins.  If thoy nro handy in a known place  time ia wived over and out asaln.  Mrs. (iOO(1m)1'> (feedins tramp)-���������  "You seem to have a rock! nppdlte."  Tliinsry IllijH;iiii-i--"A1i, mum, dat's  all I liavd lefi in do world da I 1 kin  rinlitly call 1110 own,"  Trophy For First Aid Work in Mines  Jn order to encourage lirst aid work  in mines, 1-1 on. .l.onis Codcrre, minister of mines, recently donated to the  St. John Ainbiihiricu .association if  silver -trophy . i'or. annual competition  i?:iioiig.a]l mine workers in Canada.  ' The importance of having all mine  employees trained in lirst aid is obvious. When an accident happens  in ordinary industrial occupations,  only a short time, elapse-' before tlie  assistance of an ambulance or surgeon can, bo obtained, bul as mining  is carried on at great depths and distances underground," the time taken  to 'obtain' i>:c.iiev medical assistance  varies from one-half hour to three or  four hours. ��������� ��������� ., -  _ Trophies in * lirst aid work, for general con*pot,rncnjam"l~for eompptitioTr  amoiifi- railwayman and among cadets,  have already been, donated by Hon.  Wallace* Ncsbitt, but the need of a  special trophy for miners has "neon  keenly fell. Tliero ia no department  of industrial lit'*-* where the_art of  rendering lirst aid is more necessary  or where there is more enthusiasm  shown by the average employee.���������  \Y. .'J. B,, in ConservatiJii.  I  ���������t  I  FARMERS  Can always mak-������ aura of getting tho highest prices for WHEAT, OAT"*,  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly shipping their car lols to FOR*. WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE  WELL-KNOWN-FARMERS*  AQENT8  ADDRESS  700-703  Y���������   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG*  s  Possibly   He. Waa  ..Smith  (on steamer in midocean)���������  going across, old chapV    . ���������   ...  ���������  -"  Hrown���������Yes. .    You'.'���������New    York  Times.  "out *:f  Quito  TSlobba���������-Put. yourseli' in ids phiee la  a good motto.  Slob)>n--Yen, it's the favoi'lti*- niolto  of tho office Hockor.  "Why do you miv will)  unlvei-Hlty |ii(*r������.HHors','"  "My doctor mi.ii, I liuii'.t,  try atiiioiipiicii'."  all  Hiu.--!'  Wll'e-Oli. Iiiibby, I boiif.lit a wnlst  rm* a doll, r nliieiy-nliii) and I Riivu  tin cleik a two dollar bill- I Just Holloed that Hho gave uio Iwn o.i'iit'i  eliiiiigc Oh, Aoar, oh, dour, tin. 1  ivullty ot thi'iV.'  Hubby --Calm yoiti'Relf,   dear wlfo:  calm youi-Hi'If, yon uro IniicOiit. -Ponn  , Stni.e'Fioth.  Minard's 'Liniment Cure;,  D.-inclruff.  The Wrong K*1*1-*  dvo lu a      ij|"���������v,*i.   Anything    in    lho way f?  ni'W  i-iiillngH i'or nio round at your  shop?  'i'ltilcr-'N'othiiiA bn' your 'ant bill,  J      I *   .   **'  ,     '"      ���������I'i "���������*<'     III     'I      lll'M'     "Hit  "hric-i   vour  fiitlwi'  fib'i-ci   tn   kisii-in'itll  li   li 'ifllli'il'  Ing? '  "I don't knew, t-tiuii: I it-h him ilia I  you wo'tld 'I'-- i-i i.ics him"--Ilou^-  lon fo-*.'.  l>r. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  ���������mctl*/ meet the. nerd which no often  arise** in every faniily for a nicdif ire  to open up .tiul rcRuute the hnv.cl*.  Wot only ore they effective! in all  taseflof CosuliftiUlo*.'.. I..." thr/ I-'!p  crcatly fn bre.-ihint; no a ColA or I .a  Cripp** by rli'ininij* out (In. r-*.-/���������..-������  ���������ndpurifyir.-j tl.e hlood. lnil.r- ���������.i:*.-,-?  way they relieve or cure tiilK.iuncs*-,  Inatgestion, Sick Ileaihi hrs, Khe-.m..  utism And other coiih-i/iii tiilnicnt-*.  In tho (itlleHt eeniie of th**- words l.)i.  lAoitt'a Indian Hoot Pi!!* arc       <;  A Zi-outoEiold  Remedy  * W. N. U. 0D7  I'lilcl-V ftop'i viiniVii, cwr.ti colJi, anil Imuli  * .'-     i,,.t .,���������i \iy.---.       :i       it       2U c.ntj. ,  "A I      I'i.  \ i-iih^ llu* M'li-nin cnptaiii of  111,niv in om' in Vli'������lnlu'n bravi  bull In  of  Ccilii]*  friMlt,"  (it   ll    COIIl"  if. I Vl'^l-  iii'-ntH. "my rompuny, w������*,lcli t;i;i*,������.ial*  ly, wiiHii't nfniiil m tlu avch    llc-nd j  liiiiiHflf. crf-w rlciiionillzed nml p;inki|  ! r'tl'li'l.i'll.     Ill'* Jill !���������  i'll   III.*-   l-l'l'ilit**-.  ibf'f ]  jbriilu-   if.i'l   hlaiti'd   poll'iitoll   for   Hhj  t i-in.  I    "Ar. niu; fcllo-*.  wii.t J l.iii'iv naii a.*;  I fi*ai'l'v*-'<-  ������3K  n   Hon,  liiiHheil   by   nm  1  iinnv my tevnlvci. ami til-e.l.  "'Hal;, nnd  pturn  t, youv pl.ioc!  ���������If >ou don't I will s.hoot."  1    'Hhofit and In- I'luiR-'d:" he i^jili' '.  j lm?,. i* nhtl'i^:---; bt.i IM''".    "^'im**.".; 'ill'  I bullet    to    a    l.ashvtful?'"-Youlii'rt  Cunipanloii.  A Sure  Favorite  ������������������saves the housewife much thankless cooking---  Post  Toasties  The factory cooks them  pcrfee-'Jy, toasts them lo a  rle-lipf-iiY-*, ���������T*nlrl<������n-hrown. and  it'i'ds ihc-m to yonr tnhlr  ready lo oat tlin*ct front tlui  senlod parkagc,  1 -...������-,\,  Not So Slow  A shy young man hud been calling  on tho Hwoetesi sirl jn the world for  many moons, but. 'liciuu bashful,-, his  suit* progressed slowly. Finally she  decided It was up to her to str.i't  something, so the next lime he called  she pointed to the rose.in liis'buttonhole and Raid, "I'll give'' you a kiss  for  that,  rose.",  A crimson Hush overspread his  countenance, bu: tlu* cxehiuifio was  made after aomc hesitation' ou liis  part. Then he nn\bbed his hat and  started to loavo the room.  "Why, v/luvo are you Kolna?" Kin  aslvod in surprise.  "To lho--ei���������llorist for more  roses," li������ called from tho front door,  ---Lo-ulon Opinion,  Last  Canada's  Grain  Tr.ide  year more pniiu was Klipped  and  tn   <*.r������i'vi-'  Wonderfully  Appetizing  As); nny grocer���������  Post  Toasties  by hike from (he twin Canadian ports  oi' Port Arlhiir and Fori "Wi-Wain thnn  was uikeu out. of Duliilli, auporlor  and t'hit'iiKii, all reckoned together.  The double jioi't on the north Blnre  of '.uko Superior easily surpassed  ovory oilier port* in America Jn tho  quantity cf Rraln shipped by wulei*.  This is tin nsloii'.s-,liili>; cliaiiKo from  tlm condltloiiH which ' oxluted only  ���������a few years :ii?o. U reveals tho  I development, of the C'niip.dlnii Northwest, and throws a -stroiis llsht upon  j tl.o. I'litiu-i' nf the Cunadlmi commerce  of tho hikoH, aft or the Dominion shall  have eotnpleteil its syHtem of writer-  wiiih betwi'ei-, L:i!;e Supi'i'lor nnd tho  uea.  Willi Mho Canadian raniihi ouhu'KOil  nud p.xloiidi'd no that oceun-BoliiK  vi'������hp1h from I'or! Arthur and h'ort  WHlhuii lo Kiit'op", by way of Lake  Miipci-ior, tlu������ HI- '.Muv.v's 111 ver, 1.11 Ice  Iliiron nml a (ieoifchui llny-Ht. Law-  reneii ennui and the Rl. Lawrence?  river, to the (lull' of Rl. Lawrence, a  ������r<'(it tfftfi'lu will ho lost lo Koine of  tlio Amcrh'-iii \iot\ 1 ami elianiwlH ot  tho pjrpat hiUes. Hut tho dovolopinnul  of tho Douiiulon will fii������* *.norc than  offset this loss IhroiiKli the liicreaned  Caiiudlan '.iiisIiips.i which it ivJII brlnw  Anioiicau liiauufncliirorii uiid iner-  chanli'.  Our iiolKlihor lo the -.lorliiwni'il c:iii*i  ,,,.,1,    \��������� ,..::.,     I:**.     "'-'I    '"'il   Vp.-   .>ni*(  idvoni' fm* tlw iii'iimnivliy ninl bosl in-  tcrestti of the t'lilu'd ritaict-.,���������Cleve-  lnnd Iiondcr.  REPLENISH ��������� ...  YOUR BLOOD  IN THE SPRING  Just now ; ou are feclins  sorts"--not your usual self,  exliiiusted at times, and cannot ��������� devote real eiiercy to your work. Sleep  does not  rest you and you wake up  fcelini*;' "all    tired oi.t."-.   PcriiapB  1'lieumaCisr.i *' is flyiiijrTtlTroTTSh-^-oiir  muscles and joints, or "may be your  skin is disligured by rashes, boils or  pimples. Headaches, twinges "of neuralgia, fits of nervousness, irritability of temper and a disordered stomach often incroaso your , discomfort  in tho spring.       "        *���������  Tho cause���������winter ��������� has left its  mark on, you. These troubles are  signs Uiat. your blood is poor and  watery, that your nerves are exhausted? You must renew and enrich your  blood , af once and, restoro tone to  your tired nerves, ov there may be'  complete breakdown. Tho most powerful romedy for those spring .ailments In mon, women and children  lt; Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  Peoplo, been, so these pil- cleanse  the bad blood and strengthen weak  nerves.  New, villi, red blood���������yonr greatest  need in Hprli.i,���������is plentifully created  bv Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and wiil:  this new, pure blood in your veins  you (inlckly rogal:*. health and increase your. stv-nKth. Then your  skin becomon clear, your eyes bright,  your nerves strong and you feel better, oal better, sleep better, an', arc  pble to do your work.  Tlenin you-' sprlntf tonic troalmoTlt.  tcdav for tho blood and nerves wllh  Iir. '\VIIIU.iiis' Pink Pills���������tlio Pill.-)  that stronKthen.,  Thi-sh Pills are. sold by most denier**, but do :.o| l.o persuaded lo talep  "Honiethimv iw' the flame." if you  can't. Ret tlio genuine Pills from  your dealer Ihey will be s<*nt you by  mall, post paid, at Tit) cents a box or  six boxes for $2.C0 bv wvltiiiK The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., llrock-  villc, Out.  Hank If your v'iU<"*\ (loe?ii'l [.r.0,  why  do yon  carry it?  filll -Whist! Nobody knows it but  my:-clf!  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WiNSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY MILLIONS ,OF  MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  ALVER'S NERVE   ������'0NIC  * Hundred capsules by post on receiving two dollars; cure Nervousness, Headaches, Neuralgia, Kheuma-  tism, Sciatica. Write, Alver, 601  Sherbourne, Toronto! Ontario.  A  Dodger  -How  aro  you  buying your  Raze  books?"  Daze���������Two dollars down, and'a dollar even* time the collector sees me  lirst.      ' ,A ' '    '  t      .To C-jre a Cold In One Day'  Take LAXATIVK  HHO.MO QLMXfNM  Tablets. Druggists refund money if it  fails to cure.    rO. \V. GJtOVK'S signature is on each box.   2o~.  Tho people of Berlin do not appear  to ho good cliurcliKoers, uecordius to  & census lalon of atten(lar...e al thd  Protestant cliu.-ohea the last Sunday  in., February; Tlio count, covered  seventy-eight -parishes, with a Pro-  tost a nt population of- 2,00.0,000. o'  whom only' or>,2-i0 wero counted h.  church that day, either morning or'  evoiiiiig. TCvon accordlnj? 10' the csll-,  mate of ii clet'fiyiiiauywlio criticized  Hit llft'tircs '.s too low, the number  was only 7,000 greater. Tl.ini barely  twenty ou't of every thoiismui Protest-  ant llerliiiers, nt, tho.hlRliPHt pstlmato,  attended church on the Sunday la  question.  - 1- fm ���������>���������������������������> ���������       m  Attacked by Ast.im.i.���������Tlie^firsl  fenrfnl seiisatloii in of -milfccatkiii,  which hour by hour becomes morn  dospevutc* and hopl-iss. To such 11  ciiho the relief afforded by Dr. J, D,  LolloKK'fj Asthma Hemedy seems no*  lhliiw loss than iidrnculous, ,11s holp  i-, quickly apparent and soon tho  dreadful atlaek Is music.cu". Tho  asthmatic, who has found run the do-  lieiylablllty of thin stei*U:i|v lemedy  will never bo witliuu'. it. 11 is sold  ovci-ywliot'i.**.  J  On the Go  MadKo-Hho nays sho liusn'i any  tlin0 tn Hhop or i*o to tho llieatro.  Him m 1 ml. ho a very busy v-'oiuiiii.  Muvjorin���������HIti* I'l'rtulnly is, Shc'ii  daneinj; all tho timo.  Reatsrlrt': Rubber  Articles of rubbor frequently lose  tholr elasticity Un'ouuli oxidation nnd  yet, tho inntorhil may bo vettUv.'i'il lo  Its original conditio- by a sluiplo ���������, ro-  ooaa, Soiik the artlehi in a nilxtiire  of 0110 part 01 ii.mnionln to Iwo parl.11  pun 1 water.  Thin In Halt* tn b parlteiilnrly well  adapted to ihc rPKlnrlnR of rubber  bands, vhiK's ami hiiiiiII ;ubliiKS which  aro ready io hecoiuo dry.nud Urltllo.  "Yea, madam; ho'n u nt.ye lerricr."  "hurt ho Just hoavi'iily'.'"  "Uo'ii the  i.'tnr of our    eollertlon,  ���������midum���������tho dui; ular, 1 ndKlu miy."  A I'lndeiwirtoti teaeher, aflcr ox-  philntliH' to her much IntcrcHted ehiHn  that, birds havo feathers, boms Imvo  fnr, Hheep hnvo wool, etc,, hhIu'iI tho  qiiOKtlon: "Now, wlm can lell mo  what oysters havo'.'"  A bvlRht little Kirl, very eai;er lo  recite, answered: "Crackt'iH." -N������"  Honnl Monthly,  Meant "Who it That?"  r-ixeltnhhi  rarty   fat,    IpIppIioik-I���������  Hello!    Who it: liiibV Who U thla, I  say'.'  Man at Other   find��������� lhueui'l    nol  Minn to ijih'bh rlddloH.   Tell uie your*  self who you are.  I  while  1 ��������� 1  Cnnndi.iii IWiim ������*������r ���������.-������', t\  l.tll.,    V*. IIHIi-JI,    Om.  ���������iiip.irij  Rapid Dencent  Thov hml IfPii maklii;"  hay  -   .. 1. .,  1 ���������  I I.I".     Mill     . -i-S>,������- ,   lluished   11   hlRli   l-.iiyiiiiclv    tho    boy  sliouled from tin.1 top:  "Sny. luhiter, bow aiu I Kniii- lo r;ot  '-/lllWll?"  Tlm fanner coiib'.diTi'il tho problem  and finally sohed it.  "Oli. It'id shi'i tor tyi'A mill walk  round u hit."-   PiUbbuij,' I'hri'iilf-li'.  r-OiWTMT  ill  1L11;  SAD COLD RELIEVED  FIGURE THREE HOURS-COLD CURED  Hiram���������Who tint tin; ileaciin's  money- -forolun lu atl.fir.'  Hank���������N\MI. tiifie va;* a f'-w htw-  yi-rs In It from out uf th,. st.-io, but  mos' of 'niu wa** li/cil'.*  N������ver a Failure With Catarrhozone;  it -f" 11 rrni f.nmnl-Mr.lv  Don't suifi'lo and Hiiofzo witli a nan-  <y cold. Kill 'I at oiic<f by "Catarrho-  ������tne." lt'������ thi Hiirpst thing '>������ I'ohln  over known; ������liuply knocks thom out  In onp time. Tho medicatc-l vapor of  ' <TARRHOZONK sprcfiip' throu������'i  nil partii of iho hnathiiii,- i..7.;iiiih, mil  ; ir'n )ifii"tlrhil action Js f<dt int tamly  "Jf.-is 111 own t;d,l Jir.t his l.i-i!  h.inl-  liiel; fltory".'"  "I hope Ko"* n.licit Tree Press.  from llu; wonderful Cala'Tiio/oiK- In*  hiih'i'.  ...     ,    ������������,-    i-   1   f-t.  1     I-.11)    \ i.V-. : *.*...1     I*,**,. *.,*...^     *. ,*.:    -, *.*  urrhozoiio f.-i simply a i������ia<;!iir. cura  for cohlu," writer. V. C. t'lemcnt ol  Aii'tuHla, "l-'or days :ast vlutcr my.  head was eomph'tily llllod np with  cold. 'My pycn ran water. 1 Hni'oml  and roup-liod roar.tnnlly.   I look many  U1Pr]f(-*l!lf ���������*.      I    WIIH   Hick    Of   tllO   Sl^llt  of tliein.    riuahy, l  tried faiarrho-  iKotie.    Its  effect. v.a������    T.v.iailcal.      !J  II  'i  \  '. ocsn't jnntlcf wIipHit C.w vn\,\ m lie, p0ollir-<l the J.tllancd luemiint'.:^,.  tho head, ������.*hfnt or liitigs. t'ntarrUo. LtOj,.,0,| tlio s ieeziii>j. nnd mrcd in hu  zone will car), U and tnro !'. ������iiil**rl:-1 tl-io. 1 ni-vc*. rr.t-t anMb'a- to kill a  ly. rohl  Ult'p  rnlaniiiv/ono,"  Ka-iy to ni-'c you Let It Ih- -nol a C'-t tho .oioiiK'i,. Jl.'ni 01/Rt: tl  feliiRtc ilrui; U. tnko fanou.! .vou sivi- dc^ th- work mih-t.^ ������-inl| ������./,. Cw.  nU Uitatlu". lu C<i lU'i't. fi"il'i"; .inrf' flat sample tl'" "tC ' A.alvr*  toothing of piuoy  lapoi thai coinei cverywh**-!**-.  / ���������'...sk-o*;.--'-���������������"���������,���������'���������-���������"-  4k  tttf, ?^ews. cmrnT5iii;ANi). b. a  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief��������� Permanent Care  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS ncva  fail.   Purely vej,:t  , ������bls���������act surely     ^r7-*Mfn r ,, ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������> l  .Wj-eiitlyon  .   JggHCARTEIcS  the liver.  Stop altet  dinner  distress���������  cure indication���������improve the complexion���������brighten  -die eyes. Small Pill Small Dose, Small Pike.  Genuine mujtbcai Signature  CLARK'S  SOUPS  Highly concentrated ; one Ha,,  _)R'.'fficM a small family.  -<%S5?\   Purest aud best  ���������'* *u     ingredients*,  Order  today.  9  Where is'Th're a-Plaos For a Loafer  * The Uosto;, Globe has this heading  over a Ions editorial: "Farm No  Place for the Loafer."  Tlie editorial goes on to prove tlio  statement made ia this heading.  But it needs no proof.* It is axip-  .matic. The farm is a place whero industry and intelligence and persistent, application yield' big dividends,  and where laziness and ignorance  fail.   n ���������      ���������       ,  lint where is there a place for tbe  loafer?.  Not. in school���������hecauso there, as  elsewhere," energy ** and application  win the victor's laurels.  Not-In the office���������for thoro" tlrie  hustler wins*promotion aud tho -loafer gets kicked out because he is In  the way.  Not in tho shop���������for thero tlie  steady, faithful, thinking worker gets  the best wages and tho foroinanships  a'nd supertntemlcuclos.  Not in tlie store���������for there those  who study the goods and tho business  and alrivo to pleace patronc win Uio  honors and the rewards.  Not in tlio law, or in mediciiip,'' or  in tlie ministry,, or in tlio school faculty,-' or on tho newspaper���������for there,  as elsewhere, tho loafer soon finds  bis level,  which is tlio nearest exit.  Then, whore Is there a place fov,  the loafer?  The grave, perhaps;, , there isn't  'much going ou th ere. but resting--  maybe that's tlio loafer's proper  place. No fit hor occurs to us at this  moment.���������Hoston Herald.  ���������T  A Real Lotsi* Simulation  GOLD WATCH FREE.  A ������<riiihtforr������ri eraerotn'  offer   Irom   in   Mttbllihed  firm.    W������ nn eh-ini* ������w������y  VitcM)   ts  thousand!   ot  reoi'.*" All   oxer   tlia  T,-orl,l    eg    *    bus-s  Klvortlsomtat.    Now  t<    your   chtnea    to  oM--.li) onu.    Writs  now,   tndwlnn   25  cents lor cno ol  our  latliloi-.cl.la  La J lot*  . J/inj     Gmtili,     or  Qimta'   Aibart-i,   adiit  eimiato laid I.) near  trltli tho \r������(rfi, -nhlcli  wlll   ba   nlvan   J*'rija  lllieia   wstelipu    u������  au������t������:it������l five yean),  aliould you tata ad.  vantato ol oa; marvel-  lans . o9ar.  : Wo   e\p!C. ' roa  to  toll   your   Irlemli  about   ua   and   ifcow   tliam   tlia   boautilul    watch.  Don't thiii**: thla cftcr too sood to la true, hnt'wnd  -'2S=c*5nts=to.ds'f=an-.=irft.Ti^a^Frrp~V*'������'fc|iT=^- ion"  f'ATENTS  li-oiherstonhaiigh & (.'<*., head offir >,  King street east, Toronto, Cannda.  A Boy Needs His rather  A promiiiet.f. welfare wirlipr recently miiu.'.ied up his exicrlonce and  observation in Uio slmpl*.-. words; "A  boy needs h'o-father." 'J ho'whole  ���������world knows thnt a giii needs her  mother, but '.here seeiv.s lo bo Homo  apathy on the question a* a hoy's cun-  stnut, need oi hhi falher. Compan*."  llvnly fow fiither'ii appear to valine  thnt , iii'iivliling food, shell., clothes,  good schooling iuul money for a hoy  b. not, a full ' '.urgi* of iUi- obligation u father -iwcn in his sou, A boy  needs the niicoiirageniopt, tho liinpli'"  atioii and the comruih'ithlp nf n t'uth-  er who luiHli't' foirolleii th I. ho hlni-  i-n'f was Olici n lioy.--l.ns Angeleil  Tribune.  The author slnwivd 'ionic, "The  Jury," ho Hobhi'd, "decidi'.! that my  bonk Is not Immoral."  "N'cvor mind," said hhi wife, com-oh  liiuly, "I'l-i'linps you can inula' u mui-  ������������������una of it in play form."���������New Vorh  Prc-m.  A lrump cnlleil at Mr. Tltt-wiid'*-  hiiiiiio ono morning,  "l'vo wiilhoil mi.i y miles lo wa  you. nlr," he nald, "hei'iiusc peoplo  told me you woro very kind lo poor  imfoi'tuiinto fcllowii Ilia' mo."  lu-ii-i-iil t.iui um mil ���������-.(���������iil.ieiiiau,  "\u-J '.c-c .'nil "���������"In': li'.c'" Ihi* --piie  wny?"-  "Y<H. sir," w:m the iiiKiwer,  "W"lb" tiii A Mr. Tiuv..nl. -just  iiiiilriiilli't thai rumor us ynu go, will  yon.'    tiiiod  mrirnliig."  Tho post office (leparl'iicnf has tv  sued lioilcii di'i'hirli.g Hint the Irani'"  mirislou of coin or bin il-- notes In unregistered ^cltei'u iii piohlblti'il.  Try   Murine   Eya    Remedy  If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eye������  r .-���������-������������������i mi In tod KyoJW.-i, Do^n't .Snwi  -Soothes  lyye Valu.    t)mggh\t  b'A1,  or .'.r.tniilnted KyoJW.-i, Do^n't .Snwi  ���������Soothes Kye Valu. t)mggh\t ,15-1',  Muriue Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50e������  Muinti Lye Salve in Awptic Tube*;,  Wif, 50c. Kyo noohf* Free hy Mall,1  l ton tyo totie ������as*d J"i* AN tr-ie that N.tJ Caia I  |lut!a������ Zvo ViitMxdv Co., Cblcruo  Dangers of Celluloid  The precautions necessary in handling articles made of celluloid have  been * emphasized in the report of, a  committee appointed by the British  government to inquire into. tbe subject. The committee recommends  that all articles mado of this sub-,  stanco be marked "Inflammable."-,  Undoubtedly the manufacture and  storing of celluloid need to be brought  under public, control. Last year, a  fire in Moore Lane, London,' Etig.,  started by celluloid; cost the lives  of <nino gli-1 workers,- Not counting  cinematograph films, or which pnor-  mous quantities aro now in existence,  hundreds of articles aro now made  of celluloid, and"very often the users  aro ignorant of their composition. Tlio  marking of these articles -fnllam-  mablo" would call attention to the  danger iuul, lend people to take greater caro in their use. Whoro largo  quantities are stored, almost as much  care should' be taken as with gasoline. ��������� ' *  ���������BI  DON'T HAVE RHEUMATISM  Get GIN PILLS Now '  and bo free- of pain all winter. Mr.  Robevt Wilscn. of- Iiaulficld, N.B.,  says 'It affords me great pleasure to  convey not only lo you hut also to all  sufferers from,Baekacho and-Rheumatism, tho great relief 1 have obtained from the use of GIN PILLS. I  feel thankful to you. I recmunend  GIN' PILLS Ato anyone suffering as 1  did." , /  , COc-a box,-.* fo.- $2,50. Sample froo  if you 'wrlto- National Drug ,..*;��������� Chemical uo. of Canada, Limited,- Toronto.  Corns and warts disappear when  treated, with Hollow-ay's Corn Cure  without leaving a scar.  , A young German who wished to bo  enlisted in tlio navy, but was unable  to speak English, was being coached  by an officer. "Look here, Mike, vylien  tho inspector comes to you lie will  ask you ho\. old you are. And you  must say twenty-soven years; , 2-7  y-e-a-r-s. Then he will ask you.how  long you have'been in-the service.  And you toll him throe mouth?; three  m-o-n-t-h-s.  "His next question will be 'Arc you  provided -wit".**, food and clothing?'  And,you must say both.    B-o-t-li."  The' following week the inspector  came and walking up to the German  said:,"Good morning, friend, ahd how  long' have you-been iu the service?"  "Twe'nty-sevtn years," was Uie "ans-"  wer.. "Well, that's funny;"] never saw  you before. ,������ll6w old aro you?"  "Three months," ropliod tho German. ''Say, what do you'think I am,  a lunatic or*,, fool?" "Both," boldly  answered ihe Gorman.���������National  Food  Magazine.     ,       ���������  Daniel Webster ,was once sued by  his butcher for a bill* of* long standing. Before the suit was settled he  met llie butcher on' the street and, lo  the man's great, embarrassment" .stopped, to'ask why lie had'ceased send-  -Ing-aroninl ) ia Vii*i1i*>i*  "Why, M:-.~ Webster,", said (.lie  tradesman, "I do not thin!: you  would, want, to;deal with mo whey. I  brought suit against vou."  * "Tut..tut!" said Webster, "Sue me  all you- wish, but, for heaven's sake  don't try to starve mo to death!"  - "You've heard a lot of stories about  the fool mist/.kes women make when  they c(f!iie*<o, a bunk,'.' said a' well  known paying teller, "and somo of  them  are  true."  "I've seen 'un all���������I Iks wonyin who  gets mad when wo will her attention  to an overdraft ami then wants to  WJ-lle a. cheque to make it: tho  .woman, whose Indorsements , cro  weird -all of them. *   ���������  "But tho worst ciuue in a fow  weeks ago. sh*-- shoved a cheque  through the window'without looking  at nio.    1* said:  '"Matinni. you will have to get,  somebody .to introduce you before I  can cash this chequo for you."  " "'Sir!' she iiuswoi'cd hniiRhlily, *l  am here on business and not making  a social cull. 1 do not caro lo kiiuw  you.'"  Oddities of* Moss  Tho lichen is a vory strange plant!  and moss is almost as queer. Like  tlio lichen, moss is luyd to kill, and  for the same reason, Although1- it  loves wator, it can dry up without  doing itself the least harm -and'then  neltlic* cold nor heat can hurt It.  Mosses that, have beep kept for  .years will cane to life and grow  again if thoy can get water. Even artificial drying, greater tha:i anything  thoy would ever have to endure in nature does not*, kill thom. A German  scientist .brought a. piece of moss to  life after lt had been kept eighteen  months in a.dr'ir This, by tlio way,  is a nice little puzzle for the scientists. Wliy should tho mosses have a  power of resisting dryness so much  greater than they need? No one  lias b.-.ot; ablo to llnd the ansiyor yet,  aud there are ��������� many .puzzles of the  same kind In l-.atv.ro.  Evt:i if* the moss is broken .'to  pieces .in its dry state no harm is  done, becauso each separate piece  will -grow into a now plant."���������Philadelphia Ledg-pr.  A Prolific Hymn Writer  Miss Fanny "Crosby, tho blind hymn  writer, was Ol year's old ou Marc'i 2-1  last. It is said that tho" ,: written  7,000 hymns, the best known being:  "Jesus Keep Mo Near the Cross" and  "Safe ir. tho Arms of Josus." [f^ouni  ha$ been"kept carefully, Miss Crosby  must have written two hymns a week  since she was able to write "at all. -  Gircurifstances Alter Cases   rj���������,,l,���������l,,.���������. I I I.mm-!,* I l.^.r u-ni./l   VI IIUOIIU'l. X 111^.11^1 -.1 *u L IIV* J ,���������.1 VTl-v.  violently opposed to tiie motor car?  '   'Mrs.  Crabshaw���������-Oh.  that* was  boforo they could afford o.io  , A Twentieth Century Church "  The church as a social centre will  reach tho fullest development yt  known in a nine-storey building  whicli a Methodist congregation in  Los Angeles is putting up at a cost  of ?V30,000. Thero will be restaurants, a gymnasium, 550 bedrooms,  "orches and shower bath's,  and a roof garden" with tennis and  basketball courts. , Tho auditorium,  seating 2.500, where tho Sunday services will be held, is to be open the  other six nights-for lecture.:, loncerts  and other high-class entertainments.  Throughout tho week, billiard room*-,  social hall's and even a'nursery will  be accessible to lhe public. ' This  Croat" combination of church, hotel  and club, is to be managed by tlio  pastor, Dr, Solecman, who aptly describes such an enterprise as "first  century Chrisiauity with" twentieth  century action."���������Calgary" Albertan.  QUICK CURE  HIS RHEUMATISM  KOBERT   J    PYLE*   FOUND    IT , IN  DODD'S  KIDNEY  .'ILLS  He Suffered for a Year, but His Return to Health Was Quick and His  Cure Complete.  Uourg Louis,-, Que.���������(Special).���������  How quickly .Dodd's' Kidney-. I'ills  will cure rheumatism and other  forms of Kidney Disease when  taken in-lho early stages is shown in  the case of Mr. .Kobcrt*-.T. Pyle,, a  well known farmer living near horo  In au interview Mr. Pyle says: ���������  "Working in cold, wet weather was  the causooof n*.y trouble, ��������� and for  about.a year ,I had occasional, cramps  in iho muscles and stiffn-Ss in -tho  joints. I was often dizzy am"  depressed ' aud   low   spirited. ��������� I  skin    i tolled  felt  waii  and  A Wise Child  "George Washington told his father  fho oatel truth about, chopping the  ulioriy tree,"  "Yes," replied thn sweet, Imprcii-  Kloiiable child; "George knew when  he was (���������'aught with lhe goods, nil  : .KhI." -WiiHlilnglon Slur.  T>nwn In Texas, "uefuv llie war,"  nu KpUcopul missionary living out on  tho plains wan iii-ouhciI ono night hy  a likely looking negro man and uuiid,  who iiske:'. tlio piv.vlu'r to marry  Iheui.  The missionary's wife and a guest  were iiupi'i���������".sued to net as vIIiiohhoh,  nml the ci'i-i'inotiy begun and proceOil-  ed ah usual until Ihnl. part or portion  of lho serli'o wl, v the guiOin \,������ i  asked If ho .noli thin woman "for hot-  tor or for woi'ne."  Al l*iIh quoHtloii the groom replied  loudly; "Nointih! I taltes her for !j  conk und for wii*ih."~-liidgi".  A Larjje Family  A chlhl from n e-iiiiiih'j*. town, vluit-  lug lu-r rmu'ht, v.ho lived noar au orphan asylum, wondered why ho ninny  (ililldron were thoro.     ������  "Why," cu Id hor small IiobIohh,  "Mini Is whiTi- the orphaiin live���������iotH  nnd lota of 'cm -llUlo girls and littlo  hoy-a���������and Mr. and Mrs, Orphan arc  both dend,"  NERVOUS ENERGY  IS LIMITED  Thero is only so' much energy in  tlio human body. A few people liavo  an abtindanco, but nio'-e have not  enough. I (once thu* necessity of conserving vitality,  If wasted- by mode of living, tlis-  easo or worry thero must he a reckoning, a'nd trouble is suro to conic.  II. may bo headaches aiid weak, aching eyes; it may be norvour.- indigestion; dr it may ho, merely lack o'f  energy and ambition, and feelings of  fatigue or helplessness. Of coui'in.  .sooner or later, exhaust ion of the  nerves leads to prostration, paralysis  or locomotor alaxi,-, hut there is no  nocd to let tlio trouble djvolop that  far,  Hy lining 'Or. Cha.io's Nerve Food  you can restore to* the i'eohle, wasted  nerve colls the energy thoy have lost,  it, will take uoino effort.���������oii your pint  io give up worry and anxiety, hut you  should roallxe your hci'Ioiis condition.  Hour and w-,0 this great food cure  and you are hound to improvo in  ln.'iillli ami vigor.  There was a terrible''uoiso coming  from the direction of lho dining room  and tho fond met her, alarmed, rushed  In, On the floor her sou, aged ten,  van going through all niiitiiiov of con-  toi'liimK���������Kiiiiii'i'KiiiiUri, Moth hacli-  ward ami fonvird. Jhu.g, hang, ho  went,  "Willie! Willie!" nlio cried. ".What  aiM you doing? You'll--"  '' Fur a moment Willie pnuxod In Ids  gyuinnHtlcs. "Oh, It's nil right, mot Iter!" hi' giinpcd, "You ki'!\ I forgot  to shako my mcillrliic before Inking  it - llko you alwnyii told niu* to do,  So I thought I'd nlaki' myself up ns  Iho uiodlcliio waa Inidde me,"  nervous and -niy  burned at night. *      "'  -."When Uhoumatisni , waii finally  r.dded to my ills I. decided ,,to try  Dodo's-K'iTiiTry- PiiisT~OTTtrn?ox~cureri'  nu: completely and I had no retiivn  of my trouble."  Dodd's   Kidney .Tills     cured - Mr.  Pyle's Rheumatism because ic wits  caused hy sick Kidneys. I'mld's Kidney Pills always cure sick .Kidneys.  If you have, tii^y two of Sir. Pyle's,  symptoms, you have'sick Kidneys and  you   need   Dodd's   Kidii'ey   Pills.  Men-of-War as Merchantmen  In the old 'ays a govorumont had  a flood chance of getting buck a part  of its naval expenditure. "When there  was practically no' difference between  the 'maii-of-wur and lho merchant-  man, for tho war vessel engaged iu  trade in times of peace, Klizabelh  hired out hor navy for all sorts of  purposes and saw to h that sho had  her. share of tho profits, The idea  might he commended to the- present  government. I would willingly pay  tlio full tlilrd-c'ass .fare to bo carried  to Ostein! by a Dreailnouglil.���������I.oii-  don Standard.  (lie   fan-iily  remedy   Inr   Couutis   and   Cold*-  '"mall  dote.    Smnll bottle,    Hcn^nliKe  1870.  will  1 ,:i u rn  pliiniht.  you    so  ills-  Mother--, I   nm  afraid  never beconu si, great,  Faihoi"-What*; makes  couraged?  Mother��������� This morning fihe secnii'd  beside hpr-joli' with Joy when 1 toll  her she must omit her music lesson  lo go to tho (H'litlHt..-��������� Judge.  Time Serving  "What aro you making such a fuss  about? I thought being executor of  au eslalo* ���������*.as a i-oi'i  iliiug."  "IVrhaps It l,j sonii'tlinen. Hut I  have to wind up the affairs of a clod*,  in a kcr,"  Get-. Roysl Dowcry  It Is stateu that tbe King or Ron-  mania'will give hi3 daughter, tho  Princess Elizabeth, who' is io marry  the Crown Prince of CJroece, a wedding portion of nc less than ������200,-  000. The princess will also be given  a yearly income by her father of -CS,-  000. Tho Sigiuai'iugcu-llohenzollern  family are, of courso. enormously  wealthy, and the, prir. :esr will-inherit* a portion of hor father's fortune, which is estimated at ������8,000,-  000.  Internal parasites in tho shape of  worms in tho stomach and bowels of  children ,sap their vitality and retard  physical development. They keop thej  child lu a constant state of unrest  and, If not attended to. cniLuigc ��������� life.  Tho child ca . bo spared much suffering and the* mother much anxiety  by the best worm remedy that can  I.* -got, Miller's Worm Powders,  whicli aro t'uro doath .to worms In  any shape.  Nourish kindly feelings; look* o-i  the bright side of things and iho heal  side of people; thiuk happy thoughts;  smile whenever you cup; speak gently-; find pleasant thing's to say, fov  thoy make the music of lhe world.  These things are not written among  tho recipes for improving tlie complexion, but they will help to mako  ,the face fair.  sore  I orpin tl  Iiiiti.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  USED FOR  YEARS  When a mothor uses only one medicine as ipng.a: there aro little ones  in tho home it certainly bears gr.ind  testimony to the vnluo of that particular remedy. Thousand*.; of mothers uso nothing else but llaby's Own  Tablets. Concerning-*'thom Mrs. M.  Leukine, Moiiiramcool;: West. N.B.,  writes: "I liavo used Baby's Own  Tablets for my littlo ones for tho  past ton years and know of nothing  to equal-them during teething time  or for colic, constipation and indigestion. All mv neighbors .who have  used them think as' I do." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers* or  by mall* at 25 cents a" box from.The  Dr. Williams'". Medicine Co., Broclc-  ville, Ont-' - -      ���������  fat man v.ith the  spread across ..his  two and a  Then ������ne  "Ves," said the  gold  watch  chain  ample waistcoat.    "I have  half dozen children"  '..The other-, men gasped  of them said:  "Surely���������I wo-and a���������"  "Quite so," said the fat mau. "Two  and a half-dozen, which is six, makes  eight.    Two and r. half-dozen," ,  1 was cured of Acute Uronchllis by  MINARD'S  L1NIMKNT.  Hay of IsL.nds.  J.  M.  OAMP1310LL.  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S .LINIMENT.  Sprlnghill, N.S.        WM. DANIELS,  I was cured of Chronic.    Rheumatism  by  MINARD'S   IJNIMRNT.  Albert   Co.,   N.I'.'     GKO.   TINOLUY.  Lumbago's fen Ceases,  Every Aching"Mc-cle Cured  Just Rub on Old-Time "N "rvilini"  Not  necessary  to drug inside!  That awful stiffness -.'at r.iak'������*������  you yelp worse than a kicked do,- will  ho cured--cured for a crtalnty, si'nd  quickly, i������o, j'you * st rub oi, *Nvri i-  iiao. ,   ���������.  -Rub Xervi'.i:..? right into the  ;spot, rub lots of it ,ovor ih'osi  Hired muscles, do this and the  will go. ��������� You see NervUiu* is  not. oily. Therefor-.* it sinks in, it pc-im-'.  tratos Ihrough the tissues, it gets  right to those stiff, sore muscles*and  irritated nerve-.*, that make \ou.daticu  will. pain. ,  ��������� Voti'l" get almost ijujta.it relief  from muscb soreness, si illness, aching joints, lameness or rehuinatism  hy rubbing with, Nervliiu It's a  soothing liniment, md doesn't blister,  doesn't burn or even stain the tkln.  It's tho most harmless cure In.the  world for Lumbago, liacic Strain or  Sciatica.", .It takes away tlio ache at  once and ends your misery quickly.  Now (|ult complaining--don't suffer  another day'���������Norvlllue, that.- gool,  soothing old-time liniment will limber yon up niij.hty iiulcli. Oct busy  today, the largo 30c family si/.e bottle is the most economical, of course,  the1 trial size costs but -5c, Any-dealer anywhere can supply Nerviline.  T.he Albanian Flag ' .,&  The , new Albanian Hag lias made  its lirst appearand, in Vienna, .Th������  eagle, the principal heraldic emblem  of tho Albanian arms, does not appear  on tlio Hag, which differs ijiom .the  prince's banner in consisting'of, longitudinal stripes cf red and black and  i ?d and white, with a-five pointed  star in  tho middle.  - With Dark Stage Mostly  Maud���������.lack' Slowboy liar, been calling on  you regularly  no'.*    for  twe  years, hasn't he? "  " Marie���������Yes; he evidently thinl'i  papa is running a continuous performance house.  THE   OLD   RELIABLE  BUSHEO18+0  "What'-ii tho iufs over lliero iu' that  corner?"   -      - ���������  "Lady sending a telegram."  ���������"I know that, but why the'facial  contortions'.'"  "She's trying to tell her  husband  -what she thinks ot him in ten worda."  Proudly, ho walked up���������lo his he-  trot hod aiid drew from hi*- pocket a  small morocco case. Opening it, lie  took out a ring���������a single dlaniond---  and placed It on her tailoring tlngor.  "it's a very r.ntall diamond!" sha  Hnid, and paused, Thon, ''Ami :iot  very brilliant, either,"  "All, sWoetheiMt, but love Li blind."  liaising her limpid eyes to lils, she  N;ii<l',  "Vos, dear, but. not stono blind!"  "is sho growing old graeefully?"  "Veil; sho has Iriiriu-d Id laugn iol-  eriilily well,"  ESTA  '<> Jiopuliirly raframe(3 as THE  I.IM3 to- uso wnen having- rein-  lives ana friends,como out. to  CANADA'  - KBOM  THE  OLD  COUNT11Y  .'i'lie   ������orvlc'-������  'culted-in  otTertd   1������   unax-  COMFOIIT  Tha now twin scr������w' uteamshlDi  ���������.������������������u-rylii!*- one clam (II) Cablu *nd  third class only,  AXn.ori.4.   nnd   ALAUNIA  "MOO   Tuna   Unci*     ���������'  Wero aijded to tlin  CANADIAN SERVICE  in   1313,   and   ar*   replete  with  every   niodorn   iiiiproveinrnl.  MAfiMKlCENT AITOLVI'MKNTS  ; I.ouiijrt,' Gyninnstum,   Drawlnn  lioom, Binokfnu Itoom, Open ana  Covered   PromonadOH,   Orchestra.  Other   splendid   ateainnlilpu   nr-*:  ASCAXIA   (aen),    A l'SOMA    '  10,006 tons        8,000 ton*  Carryliiir ono clam (II) Cabin and  third clnag only..  riiANCONIA  (iifw |01l>"   o   ���������  '1.ACO.YIA (nrir inia)   "18,150 tons oaisli���������Twin iic.-evr  C.IU.MAXIA  (20,000 toim), Triple  Screw 'I'lii'litno .  Canylinf First, Second and Third  Class.  The     Cuiiiii'd    Company    nlso  maintain   services  between  New  ���������Yurie,    OiiftfsnatDwii,    Fishguard,  Liverpool.   Iloston,   QueoiiHtowii,  l'Mshgnard, Liverpool.   New York,  Meillterrnuoon, Adi'liitlo,   Inolud-  lug'   iho   fiislest   stcainei'A lu the  world.  "J.usliaiila" and  "Maure-  urila.''  Now luiU-llmr  for  Canadian  flervloo!  S-S. "AUItA.NI.l"���������.U.OOl) Tons  For descriptive Uternture, snll**  Iiibs, ������te��������� apply to any Hallway  or .Stemiiship Agent, or  Tim cii.v.ini) si'isiM.vim"  C'OMIM.VV, l/I'l).  Wl Mnln **(,, Wlniilpe-j*, Man.  I  "I beg ynur pardon, I dldn'l niriiii  to Interrupt you,"  "If you ran do anything fur Mr.  r.rn.vii I will lYg.iri! it ;ii**i a peiiioiial  rnvoi."  "If al nuv Mni'' I '-an I'l'iiii ymi a  favor I iihall bo only too glad to -' i  HO."  "If f Imd n lot of money . v.-uulilu't,  be au nl In try a.*; sonie pooplo 1 eutilil  ui'intlon."  Ri;uiilan Di|)|jna Lnrofst liver  An iii'i'oplatie ko largi' and powerful  that thi- ilri-ii ai'coi.ntsi of iii ul/e uud  perforniiuict) worn dlsli'dlevcd by the  iHpei'lii, Iiiih been miiHlii-n' n ihm'Ii'K  o; lllghtn In the vlilniiy ,r XI. l'oioru-  burg, ItiimmIh. lin uppiv plane bun a  iipun of KS'j fed :nd ������ Hiirini'c of  l,l'ii> Hipiari- IV'H, while tho total  weight of |bu in'ioplaii.) |h U,i'.iil)  pnuii'lii. It U callable of (���������iirrylii'.' lie-  I'di-ii it,' enuv and leu piiiih rwi'rii,  i nuiigli fii'il for ii llhiht of ','fi hoiira,  and nu 'tdillllouul loud of 1,7*!*'  poundrt, Imiii'.' inn lior*-i>pn*.v:'r motor**  whliili ilrlvc fmir propi'lloH, furnl'i',1  the inotlve pouer,  *y-  \  ������  Tlir boat luliricaiit  Handing Out Horse Power   .;������r w,..-...,.. i���������  Mica Axle Grease  Saves repairs and makos hard roads easy.  "/I'-i l/ie Jllicrt f/ia( i/i>*?������ if."  THE  IMPERIAL  OIL  CO.,  Limited  Winnipeg Oilgnry Renin*  I^tlmonloit SusUnloon V������n()oiiv������i* , Toronto  v/. N  ;���������. 9*j;  ���������2SS B^bI aJSA ' [Siiis^ -i^^Bi^ (3 ui   -*^SsZ  BHBSM ^^^^ ^^^P  Black-Tan-White  Tiie F. F. dauxy co��������� Ltd.. DurrALO, N, v., l iamilton. ont,  m*twxmxix 'ii/Uii  :;., E. UUiSLliy  *  .    .    ,   Agent,  "- -WATER' NOTICE  l.\1!*i A Ui'RNGli T.) TAKJji AND  ''    ; Ut-JK WAT Kit. /     '  -NO i K'K is hereby (ji'-'ou tint'K iiui.  .in'dt A Nanaimo liuilv/iy of Viotoria,  p t'i will aiip'y f ir u lice-.ioi In tiUui nnd  , ui-O 100,000'fj.ill un, tierUd- hours, ol wntor  'y.r.t. ul llitnh o On;:;, which floivf'' in a  r.orrhcrly tliji-.th n 'hn u^h NV.hoii Dis-  irh-l- at '.1 hudIkh i ii������ I'ii mo  S.v.uv"! ni-.ir  v/jti   U|)p0llii( i'    -i ��������� (.*,'  ���������J'diIVi" ll-m.   Th������ w.tu- will lm Aiui't.d  ;it llO:)"npiiW*.,ui.i fno* I'.ulwuy -'.m v h ho  used for C.i'neifil JluihOy pi'.i'p.ji-CH im  ihc  hnd ih*i.'i*,lwd ui i *'d vav ri*,',lil i-l ������'. *; I hi-  ji.ilicH was I'lutni'l on ct,-j j-iuniid f i  the  itA d.-.y nf Ayi'tl. Ilii":.   Tl.o tvi-plivnUiB   il->* Jv-tta'e ul' w.A  v'i-1 lm til tl   oi   tla:  o-lW  nf  thi   Wu-isi   ���������1,i,*(.*<*;*i*"'C*cl, iniU   i  K PDi'-h'f, Viotoi-iii, P.,!.1,   O^ie-itkiivi ii.ny  ^'y^g nf������itt.-i ���������  huli'.rd v.ilh t'H) h:i d W-.l-v l'.uMnhr im i i.���������.>Mi.., ,'',.!,.  jvi'.h'u* * .inpui.i..[ i i \\ I*. , iy. :M' ;  I'.i/iKl't.U.il IPr.,1.11:;,.'*, Vj.-torii, 15.0.  {���������'W'M.u/r & 7-yhi v.yyuyiw.w  " OuinhciliMH], B* C.  IN'/Mifi'  COUNTY   COURT, OF  NANAIMO  }\OLDEN AT.'  "  ;     ' COMI'iEKLANI.) ,. '   ���������  IN THE 'MATTE 11 of Danit-K)'*  V o        ������*  Uoi>n.l!, nlrp k������u\yn **ss  Daniel! gggj-g  John Q'Qq *u*:ll. decaisc,',*), inttis-  , late, who (.lied nt Onpo Oomraer-  ell, Itupi*it Distncl on January  26,1013. y   * "    .       ���������   .  A*   'AMD  INT HIS NIATT^ll ui tlvi "Official"  A(-lmii-f'--,trluwi*.-s Ac*,.''   '  ' TAiOi; NOTICE ihu'vi.yu.darof  Ilii--  Moiiov   JudjiO   .!'���������-.���������.:!."',  ���������**i.,'-e  lhe O'.h d������y id  M'//i ii:  St ......  ft % 1 1A a a A , &a  Ct ���������*' if  ��������� -fT-T   "      ''���������***��������� '    '      y?flv '   t   ��������� ��������� ^f'-ii ~%. *  mlmt wmrm mtwmii mm  .'   1 h>\ .  ���������;   of  *������������������!.<-'  .- i ii.,-.  -      .l-v.  tWl������*l������-**t-fMWJB***UK������*A-t*^^  I ���������--'  V-  .eii^SBaasseaES^ESS^      s^es^^o.^^^ ;  (A .'  Appliu-uit  1.1,, V.     KA"ti.1'A  Av;t)i)t  ivDpuny vein *���������  fiTf   ihu   il'.-ti  ll-Wi.   ANi>y  ��������� a^l (���������:���������".>-.if-,   '*.i  ,1 niiio'.i'it o'  in tim*. .i:niijN'i y court u;/!,i,t's' *':   *  i-':i, i..*t;:  I'M   I 1 B 1   ���������   "  - ���������   ia. ,-       ,      ii      1  Anything you .want  and whatever    >   I  wa}' \'i'A want it Below nre a  few of things wc print  I Give .us a Trial Order ancl see i  I how well YOU will be pleased  ���������v.  N.V.'JAJMO DOLi-MCN AT  OUMBKRUA.N  IS   TI1W     MA'lTlCil' \)V   J.ihn! '   ;;  f:ini 1,1'.h'.oknuvvti a* .l.-hti Bmyih \  tiect-ttwJ.i'i'rj'i'iii*   "������'h'> <-li'*dnlj  Hhia UUmlon'Jalv ���������"������, u������i:*.      j      ,  ^\1>      ' j v .' y.-*, .,*-������.  |N T,U('i MAT!';:': ���������'{ lU".''Odb;h)\  A:lmii'i.''.irti������t)ri Ai'A'    ' .     *(''u!* ������������������ L-';,*,  -j'AKH N'OTKJW lln.l h   Q'dvv ot  ]t\\ l!i*.i\m' Ju'U.'*)   hiti'ld'.',   unnl������|    K-.ITH'". .' ii.  t!if* ."itli <I"V nf    .Nyvfl'ihl-T,   Jhlii.lnnji   -,-,  .,,*- i   I f-i\> ;tjiji limo'l    Ail niiiv-tr.iUir j !���������).(', '   '.!:;  pf tho KVi.iiu ,,\   tl-.-  iihov.c-tiii ii-1 ������'-"J ''f   '  ii       i     i   ',������..,.',   "'.tii y -'- < *  j;,-im,.,I di.; i--|i i--|    , *:*,.i    .1:1    p;i|" i,:   j  linvitlj* vl.ii.il-1   i'.j',.'.ii:  t   l!n.-  s :*.-*! '     ,        ,, ,  ���������'amir .in: luiyiihy r,*i,'iu*..>.l hi I'm   ; ,,. ���������  lih'li ilii'.).!', prdji'-rly    v.nilii d, '(*. j.  jn.) on ut \>n" >r<i th" )',; h  liw  tWmh'T. IM:1..    A>.;)  nl1  ,.  lifs imlc'ii'tl io  ..ii'i    -i..- ,  ;. I'lirt'-'l t^*' ','��������� ,'   !-       ��������� '���������  lfi',:if  klc'l'l-t*   .I.-.'   '    '���������:     li.  n-i1ll.  On (Hi  ihh Uil������  <:��������� -' i-i   .������������������'.���������.. .0.*  \V. Wi.yit.v w ii s.A������!fi.      ���������.-...,   ���������iHli.-.Vil .'��������� ���������'nt':* i-'ruM-r. !*  I  (���������"������������������ivh    -I -m'  /iil'i      v      .*   *   ;  Ik  Iil-nTKUUICADS  litlidnKADH  liNVKLOi'KK  1'AMlTtLKir.  ������     / ��������� -i I - * 11* i ���������: i ,.' i'  .;,*��������� MKNl'-S'  IM.O'Tl*;".-  )>oi)o!*:i;>;  *i i*.,,  ������i  *  t  ::lf\     1  I   pOLVjr.i':>  ���������.'- *  V������1  f-V***,*^.   I  : ."i  ���������!5i;  '' ���������!*  I  .       VtSlTlNti IJAIJUS  l'l'^lVi'NS O \|J|)ti  WJUMMX'J KTATlOXKltV  DAIJ, riKK-lilAMMKS  A ETC., 'KTC,  KTC.  *^^>������1.Hii^^*������:iJL1������������yai,M..>.1-,M..in^,.1���������r-fmi.n'ni'.rnnrr-.-r' -���������.r-t* ���������*-���������t t  */V     3  t i ^V\->,    ;f  '^y #-.4  -,������**,*.'*������****,  ^  .*;#.M*Mrf^.l-;*-. ������ *V**^������W.,,%, rf������, ������������������.%-,#  .181  ���������������������������������',������. U. ������-.  ���������t A-13-  l-r-*  i  -fe-r  p.-f :H rv/j---5^-'.is.jni-.{i' -a -m r^   ���������M---icr^mi^ THE NEWS. ���������CUMBEWiAN'D.-, V,. C ���������'.  10  A WESTERN EMPIRE  A  SCHEME.TO  FURTHER COLON:  IZE   WESTERN   CANADA   AND  DEVELOP-ALL   RESOURCES  Suggested That the Advertising of  Western Canada be Centred in One  Organization, Having ao its Slogan  "Ten  Million  For Western  Canada  in the Next Ten -Years,"  Arrangements, nro being completed  for a convention in tlio city  Batth-ford, to which thoro  invited  rcpresontatlvts  ���������mlnlon Kovoruiiiont, the  ot North  ia --being  ot  tho   Do-  FEWER RICRUITS FOR ARMY  Continued Activity in Trade and Emi  ,,,.    gration  Have Affected Scheme ,  of Recruiting  The annual repor- on recruiting fot*  tlio ]3riUsh army for'tho year endi:*.**;  September 30, 1913,. published., us -,a  parliamentary paper, shows that the  number of recruits" who joined tho  regular .irmy, excluding , re-enlistments, and colonial corps recruits,  was ,28,091, a .decrease of 2,225 as  compared with the previous., year,  while the figures for tlio special reserve woro -1S.454, a decrease of -,-  937. '' ���������       ���������    '   .,    '  The general results, it ia ou&orvcd,  havo been disappointing. Whilst the  recent increased competition by tho  royal navy, aud.tlu facilities for.oh-  TO  SETTLERS IS PROBLEM  RESTRICTIONS  PLACED  ON   IMMIGRATION. FROM   EUROPE  BY  *     AUTHORITIES      '"  of ihe various provinces, from' the  various railway companies, the cities  tjid towns*and in addition, all thoso  -who arc interested in tho promulgation oi' nnd currying out of this  scheme, which is to build an empire  ���������with a population of 10.000.OOC people tit least, and the accomplishment  ot that end in ten years; Tills colonl-  tation convention will ho-a most Interest lug meeting nnd tho outcome  wlll be awaited with interest by one  and all. The North Unttloford board  of trade, has issued an announcement  In reference to this convention as follows*.  Western Canada must havo a Population of 10,000,000 peoplo within the  nevt ten vears. This, aud tlio way*to  accomplish it, is interesting news,  and the vcrv adoption of such a  slogan as 10,000,000 in ten years is a  splendid goal to aim  for.  Providing Uio men and women of  Western Canada*will dovolo their attention and energies towards a comprehensive iind united scheme for the  establishment' of an empire, ,>vith-..i  population of 10.000,000 people, bound-  rd on the oast by tbo great lakes  and the. Hudson Hay ports, 'and on the  west by the Paeillc' ocean with its  splendid harbors, and Keeping in  mind continuously the opening of, the  Panama canal, it will ,bc* accompli-.li-  ed. '     .      . ' ,  We have all .the facilities at our  disposal for tho building of tho grand-  fist empire which elthor ancient or  mod era history, has ever known. The  opportunities are waiting ' at '".oir  hands. It remains for us to go in and  possess tho land. True, this would  bcciii to have been the burden of our  efforts for some "years, but as all  growth y-'ngs. with its new phases,  involves now ��������� conditions, presents  new ideas, it would seem that the  time is at hand when we should sot  ourselves to the accomplishment of  even a greater era of, development  than.has. goni, by in the last 25 ycais.  ���������Heretofore,'wc have been,laying the  foundation, constructing railways,  tmilding harbors, and bringing into  the country merely an advance guard  of colonization. -The _ day- of the  -iiinnpm- is nnst. ami- thn nioneci' lias  ovcrnmonls J tuining work provided by the govern"  J, S'....Dennis Says There is  Field    Now    Altogether  Only  Freu,  mont Labor exchange, liavo had  adverse effect, .tin* poor results .\o-  hioved are-attributed mainly, to continued activity in trade and emigration. 178,-JGS male Rrillsh subjects  emigrated from the United Kingdom  during 1913, and, though probably  only a small proportir,.. woro meti  who would have enlisted, yet the re-,  port declares the men vj-o, emigrate  in most eases leave vacancies in tho  Held of employment at homo to be  filled, perhaps, by ono who in other  circumstances would havo entered the  army.  Whilst of late, thero have beon  signs of slackening in Canada's appetite for unskilled laborers, it. is discouraging from a recruiting point of  view to note that Australia .has inaugurated a, scheme offering- special  facilities for immigration of lads between 10 and 20, the very ages between which- the majority of recruits  now join the special -reserve and the  regular  army.  WESTERN   CANADA   NEWS  "That, none hut British" subjects  and ratepayers bo employed, on city  1-york until further notice, preference  bAring given1 to married A men; efficiency to bo conceded in tlie interest  of tlio city.'yTliis is a copy of a reso-  the Vancouver' city  done his work well. Wc have now entered upon ten years-, of nation building. AA*.  For the building of this empire���������  tho creation of a population of 10,-  000,000 in Western Canada in .ten  years���������it. is suggested that tliero be  formed tho Western Canada Colonization and Development League,  whose purpose shall b^ the It.-oping  before tho public of tho world _ iho  many advantages, resources and' possibilities of Western Canada ns a  whole. Up to tho present, Western  Canada has been advertised largely  by tho railways, each of 'which gave  prominence to tho development of  tho area with success of their lines  or proposed lines. Every city , has  been advertising its own attractions,  Tlie governments of tho various provinces havo heen advertising their  own province, and thousands of individuals have heen advertising tlieir  individual attractions. It 13 now suggested that the advertisln., of Western Canada bo centred In 0110 organization.  It In recognized that many of tho  sources of advertising and development referred lo would desire to continue* to a certain extent their own  ', advcrtlsingi fpr the direct benotlt of  tho spcclllo areas whlc" Ihey controlled, or 'wero interested in, hut lt  Is believed (hut one nnd all of! those  organizations and individuals will  readily,recognize advantage!- which  will nee'ruo Ihrough tholr devoting a  portion of their present 'advertising  appropriations to*thn nehloveinoiit of  thin great end. Thoro would also ho  nilvaiiuigen In Impressing, upon the  peoplea of Iho world "Woatorn Can-  mln." Lot them onco becomo attract-  -rd to iho west, Hum lot thom take  tholr cliolco ns to whore thoy nettle.  Ah a matter or fact, with 10,000,000  peoplo In tho country, It will make  very littlo difference whoro thoy locate.  Wli.li the Inauguration of n comprehensive und ukki'ohhIvo policy under tho illt-nellon of tho Woutoru "Cuii"  mln Coloulziilhui und Development  League, there could bo ollnilnntod tho  prommt more or loss uiiiointiiioriitlve  iicui'i'h for I ml uk Iri oh. True, a curtain  rimouiit nf Hiiceomi Ium heen iiclilovcd  hy variuitH lndimlrhil bureau**;, hoanhi  of irade, cle., hut. how much imnhti'  It would ho, how much moro ionium  rrallve and how much belter for the  country ponorully, If wo woro to go to  the root uf tho i|iie.'il,lon nud secure n  imputation of 10,000,000. Thhi would  t-'llinliiato Iho no-cow-lty of Honrohlng  for fnctorloH. Wo would then not  -only have a groat, producing population, hut a great coiituuulnj: populu-  ���������"jiii-i  nt. vol! nil,!   In  -uliHtliin    Wo'i'nvn  Canada In dOHtinoil hy hor fiicllltloH  to bo ovor and nbovu nil a grout exporting nnt Ion.  Tho onrrylnir out of thin proptjnpT.n-  Aa ninl aooonipllshinoiit nf thoso ro-  ttultfl 111 mmn tho litii'-gurailon of 1111  frn  ot liprolnff-iro  -imnrnpoiloiitril  rind  even liicoiii't'liod proKporliy. In the  mad scramble to build rlllo** or In  Homo oasoH, aa wo mum mlmlt, mythical cities, tho persona! greed of  ninnhliid, tho uggraiullzonient of  wealth hiiB led uh into follleii, which  in view of (ho Inherent pofu-lbllltlcn  of tho country, wo should nut uml  muht not In future countenance. Tliilld  it nuiiuji whoro ihe fouudatlona of uu  ompii'o hftk'u already hoo'r. laid by -nature** and su-vm will undoubtedly ro-  fait  hit ion, passed by  council rccc-ntly.  ���������   *   *  The ratepayers * of Calgary . aro  shortly to vote on tho erection' of  three bridges, the expenditure for  which will total $512,000. *, Thp. individual , bridges will .cosl: Centre  street, across! Bow, $330,000, plus $-15,-  000 for Sunnyshle approach;. "Ninth  street west, across Row, $00,000;  Fourth street' west.' across Klbow,  $77;G00. '  '  .*,***  -Winnipeg has appointed a traffic  inspector for tlie city in the person of  R. P. Lewis, who will in future devote  all. of his. time to. the improvement of  the street raihvay system in that city.  Although the system is' owned by .**.  private* com pan yi tbo city is of the  opinion" that efficient supervision will  -pay-tMfor the u&w���������dcpai'tiuent���������ouL-oL  tlio five per cent,  profit which goes  to, the  city,, from  the  street -railway  revenues.  '' - *   *   ii  ,, At Winnipeg an. inspect or from the  city engineer's department'will in ful.-,.  nre be in charge of' the moving cf'  houses and other buildings across car  lines and will see lhat the work of replacing tho wires is properly done.  All expenses in connection 'with the  work done, including a 'foo"for tho inspector's time,    will    be charged  to  the eon tractor.  *   *   *  Vancouver is to have tho largest  telescope in tho world this (summer,  tho Dominion government having decided to erect*, this instrument at������the  Meteorological observatory, Point  Oroy, The now instrument, will have  a focal length of 11 fty feet and the  diameter of tho lens 10 feet���������-20  inches larger than the ono at Mount  Wilson,    California,    which    is    100  inches in diameter.  at*.  An enterprising real .estate and  shipping lirm in Vancouvo;- has sue-  nred n largo model of lhe Pannmn  canal which is being iiho<1 for udvor-  Using piirpo,s.(!H, lt shows dourly the  famous Cliiliiu lock and lho system of  lighthouses* along tho cu, ml zone.  CIGARETTE CURE  Dozen or More Toronto Ladles Trylr.g  to Get Rid of Habit  A dozen or moro Toronto ladies  aro taking tho dftiirello euro which Is  being ndminlstoretl hy doctors who  nro associuteil with lho Hoys' Dominion. Thoy do not lake the trout mont  nt tlio branches of tho Instil ut ion,  whoro tho hoy Biuokorii are nllonded  to, hut. go to tho reiildetii'os ot lhe  iiii'illc-il atti'iiilanls.  All.the lady pallenth arc voporlod  iih good, Btilf-roRpootlii*?, ret-, poet able  women, iillhoiigh Ihey hiiioIio ami  ihey all Hinoorely desire lo get rid of  the Iniblt. Tlioy uro of good roslthm  and i-hunictor and poiuo uro well  Itiiown lu Hocloly. In only a very  Hiliull degree uro Iho puth-ntH -girlft,  inoi-il. of lho iiunibor being wives uml  mother--. Originally there wero merely 0110 rn* two, hul iTfnnunomhitlDtiK  or tin*. siico-oHs met with has cuused  a dully lucrait-io.  That     Majority    of    Scttlsrs  ���������Come  to  Canada  This  Year  From  *  United  States. .  J. F. .Dennis; hoadnof iho natural  resources 'department- of the C.P.H.,  addressed a largo gathering of business men at a smoker given by th.)  board'of trade al.Lethbridgo recently,  an!lie referred tj'llie wonderful development of tho west iii the forty-two  years of-his experience of it. "when  Winnipeg liad only 1,100 peoplo, and  tho district between ihat, post and  Victoria, was. known on tho map as  the American desert.  Urban deevlopinent, however, bad  been far iu advance of agricultural  development. This brought tho people of the west to face result iug conditions. Tho "liot-air" perjod inii  passed, and the problem to bc solved  at tho present time was that oi agricultural .development for laying permanently, the foundation of the Wes-  lem Canada, to bo as optimists looked  forward to it. -The solution of this  problem had developed a new policy  with tbo C.P.R. UP to two years ago  they were merely seller: of land.'Now  they were colonizers, in that no land  was s,old without,, an obligation that  residence should "be taken up and  agricultural operations,0 undertaken.  How to got the people'was the problem.  Difficulties in Europe  Tn tho British Isles there was small  opportunity for-obtuining tho desirel  agricultural immigration. In Europe  tho policy was handicapped in that^o  get Ihe class of immigrants, thecom-  pany had to meet-with restrictions by  the authorities. Holland, 'Denmark  and Belgium were practically the  ,on!y countries open. In Germany and  Austria an immigration policy was  n.ado impossible. In Norway 11 was  limited, and in Swede:, prohibited.  The company had, therefore, in fact,  only the field of the United States  entirely available. .  Mr. -Dennis dwelt on' the' importance of irrigated lands and the necessity for individral. effort in, preventing any of the' wrong impression  which *carricd against thorn.. It .was  difficult, lo obtain immigrants' from irrigated arena and GO per, cent, of the  fanners, who came over from Jthp  United Slates know nothing abont;*ir-  rigateil areas. ,.; _ F-"'  Encourage Mixed Farming'-  ���������Tiio speaker urged the..necessity on  loards of trade of enlistin*: tlio sympathy and working witli ���������tlie farmers  as the only means for the desired de-  WioTiTTiolTtr'"T6^itC"^urage- nTixert~faTrn-"  ing was flic .solution of the agricultural problem, .and *'(o this end. the  C.P.tt. in its .r.'piitly-mado farm' policy  extended purchase payments to twenty y,ears and- advanced $1,000 worth  of'live stock to those who jnlondo.l  going in i'or extensive farming. ,1 Io  looked to little agricultural immigri-  lion from the British Isles this year.  Though immigration would not be  diminished he Ihoughl. the bulk would  arrivo  from  the United  Stairs.-,  AFTER   22  YEARS  Rev.     Pere   Edouard   Gouy   Reachec  Edmonton  After  Voluntary  Exile  Among Indians  "It* seems good to bc in civilization  once more, ntior twenty-two years of  voluntary o\*ilo among tho Indians a."  the' north,".The speaker was the Rev.  Pere iSdouard liouyt father superior  of l-l. Isodori*. mission at Fort Smith,  who arrived in Kdmonton by -rail  from Athabasca, arter being away  Will   frointbo city for nearly a quarter of  One  and  RARE   ANIMALS   IN   ZOO  a, century.  In the 'lowing, black* robes of tlie  Oblule fathers, a large Jot cross and  bronze erjie.illx tucked -in his girdle,  a heavy nntrirtimcd dark beard beginning lo show while streaks of  groy, but with tlio healthy'tan. of the  north on his face,- Father Guoy presents a' striking (ignre.  1.   Sees  His First Auto  ���������  "I   saw  at  Athabasca  an  auto  for  the   first   time,"  said   Father  Gouy.  "Such   things  were  not' dreamed  of  when, as 11 young,man of 'lf>, I left  for tho north to Work anion-.; the Indians.   ' I'M mon ton  was  then    hut ,a  village.   Of course 1 have kept 'track j  of its growth  through  the newspap-l  on*';   although   wo   received    papers j  only    during tho summer, by canoes  winter    mail carriers  by dog I pains  confining  themselves  to  letters."  Is Going to France  Father Gouy will rest in Kdmonton  a few days, and* then after,a short  trip lo St. Albert. Tor Uie purpose of  visiting Bishop Legal, he will start  for Nantes, France, where he .will visit, his aged parents. Before his roturn ho will go to Homo for.Jan aud-  ieco witli,Pope Pius, and expects to  arrivo again iin Kdmonton next September, when ho will go once more to  Fort Smith, * perhaps to spend the  rest of his life in his self-sacrillcing  labor for the education and tlie uplifting of the Indian's. .'   *  TRAIN   LOAD OF  COAL  DAILY  That Was,the Lethbridge  Record for  1913, According to Correct  Figures  ln tho year 1fli:'>, the province ot  Alberta,     produced  4,:-iOl5.'"4G  tons  of  Many Homestead Entries  II iippourn thero linn broi, n rush of  hUHlnoi-ii nt the Woyhiirn Dominion  himlrt office (lining thn las* oighl  niont.hu, (lni-iii'*- whicli period tho )'.)���������  vt-jnic hiu' amounted to $7,1.7r>i, or an  oVi'i'iifco of moro tiiun $!t,0i)0 per  month, ilio ciiHt 01 opi'iiiiioii UAH  l,t.fii Ji3!' (.���������(���������;��������� .'-j-.--.r-, -/j* T, )n!' i-.-.i.  of tho receipt'!, The cl'iht months  Bhow that IinCi iiomoHleml onlrica have  boon mado in the Woyhuru district,  and llmt fooH for- 1*12 pre-emptlonu  have been paid lu.  Canada's Water Power  Cnnmlu'H water power is ontlmal.-'d  al 10,000,000 liO������HO|iower, oqunl to  nn uununl production of :hj,i������i),000  tons of conl; only i.Oicr.'U hot-Bo-  power haH been developed.  coal. Lethbiidgo, including tho district within one, huni'red miles of this  city, produced ;l,000.000 .tons, or GG  per cent, of tho total out put ot Iho  I rovlnco.  Allowing forty tons lo tho oar, the  output: of tht Crow'*** Nest Pass for  tho year in ciiv-oads, was "0,000 or  1,100 trni 11 loiidH, allowing 2,000 tons  lo each train. Lothbrhigo nlono provides, tniinr.go for !!72 trains ' ench  year, on the -M3 bas-is of production.  The total number of nier, oniployo.l  In Iho coal mini's of Allx-rln 1 .is  S.ofis -nn.l of thi number, tho ininei*  lu tho l'as.i ' uiludliig Lothbrhigo and  TalVor, 0111 ployed -lu'ltiS, or M������ ])o.r  cent, of tho total. Of iho (olal of  2,815,4^5 tons iii'.iiod in ihu district,  the 1'iif-n mines proiltii'od 1,771,7110  tons; Lethbridge, 7*livlfi2 tons; Tabor, 20(1,4011 loan; Pilioher Crook, 77,-  00fi tons; How IhIiiiiiI 12,0!)T> tons, ;-.nd  Milk Rlvor 2,4.10 tons.  CHEQUES   AS   SOUVENIRS  Lord Strathcona Never Collected  C.P.R. Director's Fees  Lord Sliathoouii iiUmivk hoaMmi  thin ho never hnd ciiHbod In a cent,  from iho CiP.IL In lho tilinpi! of illroo.-  tor'H fooH. After his doath n niiinhor  of ('hoquoH tinioiinlliig to around $n0,������  O'ii) uml covorcd bin 112 yuan*' directorship, woro roiiiid among his private piipt'l'i'. They rt'proi.eiili-d the  usiml pnyinonts to him as ' director,  and hud not boon ciishod. An tlui  (.''.leckit wero rcci'lvnl hy Lord Sinith-  oona thoy v.ci'o lih'd uway wjliioiit  omloi'iionii-nL Tho va'ciilora havo  now notiliod the compiiny tlmt thoso  I'heinioH drawn upon It. ai'o held hy  lho ostulo, nml 11 l'ormnl claim nm)  been Hied.  Lovd Hli'iUheoim waft a divectur of  tho CP.lt. from its inception in issi  IO   lllb   Ctl-af 11.     J'Ui it'll.--    ires   lor   il  liiiiv wii'i. Jl.OOfi .'i vi*ar. lm) ?:-Mn!y  I hoy have ho.'ii ?2,imf), Tho ci-iiitc. II  in CHllumlod, wilt oollooi. from $40,000  10 $50,000 from tlio iiiiciinlieil i*lii.-i|Ur,-.,  which Lord Hlnilhrnnu koiil u������ souxe-  Ilil'K.  lllfi    illl'lllr-lllp,    III    llllll.T,    llilillll    A  hnmlHomo return for his luvihtmontH  In . t'.TM". ciipitul, h ������lh orlyimil and  now i.wuos.  Soo  Locks  Busier Than   Panama *  No loss than 72 million Ions of  freight passed "through! ,the locks of  Saul 1 Stc.' Marie, on th-j?" Great Lakes  last year. These lock's, whicli connect Lake Suporioiv'with the 'lower  lakes arc now a '.feature of our inland navigation system, for through  them passes nearly 75 per cent, of the  entire lake' traffic.   ,   ,  To increntyji'Uic facilities for handling the traffic mii the American*side,  a lock of exoeptlrnal size Is under  construction, as an addition to tbe  Iwo existing locks, whilo excavation  has been commenced for a fourlh  lock.,'  The traffic to be handled is enormous, and navigation is stopped by  ice for or about four months each yeay  (ordinarily from Bee. 15 to April 15).'  Consequently, it*'is of the utnost importance . to handle * the vessels  promptly and enable thom ton make as  many trips as possible during the  navigation season',    o'   "   ] n-B-iOO &' eon g'i*os9-*>au 111 or.ize;_L__th*i  widening of .tho canal, while in 190i  an appropriation was made for lhe  'construction of a third lock .with an  indopcndei't car.nl.''lhe cannl widening was completed in 1911, and the  new lock and canal aro expected to  bo in operation at tho beginning of  navigation in 191H, or possible earlier  . It was subsequently eonsiered de-.  siraJ)lo to duplicate the traffic capacity as to provide .against interruption  to traffic in the event of any accident at the third lock. This duplication is a fctituro of the looks on the  Panama eanal, whero tho traffic will  bo much less in volume than at "Um  Soo." Tho additional lock was authorized by congress in 1U12, and work  is.now in progress oii tho excavation.  With all this work completed, tliero  will be the v.rlqiie spectacle of two  parallel and mljiicont ,canals with  four parallel singlc-lifl iocha.���������Kn-  giiicering News.  Weddell Sea and Two Youiir; Sea Elephants   Besides-   a   Number  of  Penguins  In an interesting ariiclo in the  Scotsman, Dr. William S. Ilrueo tells'  of an unique collection of Antarctic  animals that has lately been presented to lhe Zoological Society of Scotland  by Messrs.. Snlvesen and Lelth.  This'comprises tbo following interesting animals. A WVddoll seal, two  young sea , olophnuts ? or elephant  seals, two adult penguins and two  king penguins in down, one genUo  penguin and one marcaroni penguin,  They wero obtained in South Georgia  and havo travelled 7,001). mllea to  Scotland,  Dr. Bruce believed that not one of  thoso animals wore eve.' previously  seen in Scotland, and he Is* not aware  that, the macaroni penguin oyer  reached tlio London ��������� Society's gardens', one tjhing ho Is curtail thai. the|  two species of seals havo never boom  seen allvo in Europe' or possibly. In  any .zoological* park or garden in lho  world. This hi certainly the enso so  fur as tlu* Woddell seal is concerned.  The Weddell seal -iv-is' originally  ���������discovered by Captain .lames*; Weddell  of Leith, who had attained Ihe high  latitude of 7-1 dog. 15 tnin> S. in i 0  Wodiloll"'aea. The longest Weddell  seal that the Scotia' seenred , measured nearly H feet and weighed over  000 pounds. Usually nn adult Weddell  seal weighs about S()0;.ioiinds; the-  commonest species are to bo found  at lho South Orkneys nnd Coats  Lands; only, 15 years,ago; it was'one  of the rarest, known mammals. Six  penguins have beon'transported from  the sub-antarctic islands of South  Georgia  lo .Scotland.  The' Zooiogcal Socely'of Scotland  now , possesses four long' ' peguins.  Tho adult" king penguin'has strikingly* marked plumage, the golden coior  on tho sides and front of the neck  and'' upper parts of tho breast being,  extensive and brilliant.- It lays a  single egg, but has no nest, the parents each taking turns .to hold the  egg on the lop of their upturned feet,  which a Hap of feathers and skin  covers.  The' migratory habits of penguins  arc interesting, as they are flightless  birds and seem to bo entirely aquatic  in habits. The collection in the Scottish' Zoological park, is .--aid to be absolutely unique and to have-no equal  in any other zoological park or garden in tho 'world.  PRISON REFORMS  ARE ADVOCATED  PRISONERS   COST  COUNTRY   ONE  DOLLAR  PER  DAY  IN  EXCESS  OF   EARNINGS  Parole   "Orficer     Archibald   Makes  a*  * Plea  For  Prison  Labor-��������� Impossible  to    Expect   . Good   Results  From  a  Man Who .s HelJ at a Stone'Pile    '*  The. annual report of the inspectors ,  of penitentiaries 'for the fiscal'year"  ending "March 31st, lin::, was vecent-  ly laid on the table of the house of  cominons at Ottawa, and contains a  large number of interesting facts and  figure-*. There woiv 1,970 convicts  lr. custody at Mio end of tho fiscal  year, of whom 08*1 were Canadian  born. TJ10 cost per capita ranged  from ���������"���������I'SS.'.M In Kingston to ?700.-i8  In Saskatchewan, " Alberta being  ?*l2iM'i.  "The fact," repot tu Inspectors Douglas Stewart. a:io W..S. Hughes, "that  inch man sentenced to hard :ubor  costs lhe country a dollar per day "n  excess of his earnings seems to require explanation." As remedies, they  suggest 111 Tliat Mio penitentiaries  bo administered by tho minister  through bis -.osponsihlo'officers'' and  freo from local or other external Interference; and (2) that the government utilize the obligatory l'lbor.of,  its wards in. supplying an far as possible, its own needs and requirements  such as articies required for tho'various 'departments ci the go'vcanmciit:  "1*15" Prisoners Paroled  Parole' Officer Archibald reports  that during the tlscal year -145 prison*-'  ers were released on parole from penitentiaries aik. 470 from tl.o prov'n-  The ��������� number- of ' cancolla-  non-complianco will* tho  of license was 32, or three  and tho number of forfeit-  subsequent conviction was  per cent.  MUSIC   IS   FACTOR   FOR  GOOD  ciai jails,  (.ions for  condition  per cent,,  hits for  45, or -1.9 , _,      ^  Mr. Archibald'inaliks a plea for  prison labor. "The penitentiary," h>  says, "surely shouM be a place to  qualify and lit mei for usefulness in  life, even if lliey " ?.vo gone, astray  and this cam.v.t be accomplished until  a more sane i.;id humanitarian system  is inaugurated. It is impossible to  expect good results from a man who  is held at a stono pile or kept at  menial abor all Ihrough bis -cn-  l-nce***, ,   '  Warden McCaulay's Report  Warden McCaulav la his annual report of the Alberta penitentiary,! refers to th j completion of the war-Ion's  Louse, the wing cell block and'the  foundation for' tin. workshops,-" anfl  r ys the brick yard. has supplie.l *  al the brick'necessary for the build-  Arthur FnrweJI Speaks on Subject at  Ottawa  Canadian . CI lib  Before  tho  Canadian  club  at  Ottawa recently-Arthur** Par'well, supervisor of municipal music in New Vork  city divulged a brilliant address on lings- The. farm supplied all the vege-  "Mu'slc for the People," which show-,��������� tables for the institution, .and th*  cd iu a comparative way the almosticoal .nine furnisher all, (he coal.    . .-  i-JmVr���������"i^oriir;���������surgeonf  One  CROP AREA OF WHEAT  Million Acres More Under Cultivation  This Year  One moro million aeroR of lnnd will'  bo under cultivation thin your llian  lust year uml In consoiiuence, Judging  by present conditions, the crop of  Western Canada will bo larger by fifty million bushels, according to O. V.  Tilt, of Winnipeg, who was Interviewed in Montreal recently.  VThoro hnvo been a groat number  of settlers of tliii right kind," said  Mr. Tilt, to .*. corrof-pomlent, "which  Is a good tiling for lho wont. One party, composed of florinim noblcino'i  and vhfir ro'.lower.-i, havo acquired  ',10,000 acres of Ih. irrigated land of  the Caiuullai. Paolllc near tho town  of Hussar, ten miles north of Has-  tiitiui. The louder of Ihu party is  Count Ciiirnstoli', while one of those  InteroHloil a' d who expects to join  tho nowVcolony Inter !������ l'rluco Until-  will, u hlood relation of l-'iupcror  William. Thin colony Ium idroug lin-  iiiicliil Imclili.*; and In ujiuiith 'JOO  moro Cioriminii will iinivo."  Mr. Till, who Is Ibe Winnipeg manager jif the grain exporting brunch of  .lumen Curruthon* aud coiiipuny. I������  vory optlmh.tlc riguidlng .hie yi.ur's  crop.  Medal For Bravery  II. fl. McKoiizio, Indian iigenl, Ken-  ora, lifter oonaldorablo ih lay ami cor-  ron|ioii(loiir.o, Is In receipt, through  the department of Indian afi'aini tit  O'-tiiwii, of a hroir/o medal, beautifully iMigravod, nwiiri'i'd by lho Ituynl  Canndinn    llumtuio   iixsoclation,    ',->  llr-jiimli,!.   *������*(i|iii1.iiii|ii     ���������!    mini I   of   ll-irt  Cci'llla .Teffniy hoardiug rchool, ugeil  Hi years, lor Ins hivim: act in ilio  lOHciio of Clmrh. 1 JO. Aitkin from  drowning In Ktio-U !.il:o in Dcc-mbT.  10in. Thin modal will ho presented  lo Alex Mamlamiii in a suitable man-  i-i^.--   in*    Mr    Mi-Ki'117*'-   In   iliie   1l  to  "incredible rcspoiisc"b"j'_"tivo-nnre*W5~or|  .that  great  city,    lie  described* the:  wonderful'awakening of the people .to'  an artistic sense of the old masters  and tlieir classical compositions, and  referred' to  tho    community    music  drama , and A tho pageants of America  as the new gospel which, was to bind  all classes together. '  Speaking of the general awakening  in all spheres on thought, aud science  and its counterpart in niusi:, Mr. Far-  well said:  "In thr- world, of muslr, this development is to be found not only in  tho expansion of tho expressional.  powers of music, itself, but* partlciilnr-  lv in'''what [ call mass appreciation---  t'ho capacity of lhe people (0 receive  spontaneously the message of music  at its highest' without previous spue-  iul or musical,training. This was demonstrated at onco during tho iiral  four veai-B of public orchestral 0.011-  oorts'ln Central I'ark, New Vork city,  under tho lnuiiicipnl music system.  Thoro from ten to llftoou thousand  pooplo who had practically no previous familiarity with any hut. the  cheapest kinds of popular music have  gathered daily dining the summer  months of the Inst four yours lo listen to orchestral concerts given chiefly in a presentation of mimic of lho  world's greatest inuncrs. This music,  has given its message directly lo lho  people, and it may ho i'*iild thnl Um  ediiciitioiinl process!, which Ium heretofore, been coiiHlilercd necessary for  snehn result, has boon short circuited, so to Bpoiil-:, by a spiritual pro-  coeti."  To  "IhiKLrato  tho buccpru iilliiiiiod  hy orchestral concerts Iv. New York,,  tiio   speaker  cited   Kti'itln'.hv   of  iho  niiinhor of ooncorlH  ami  attonthuice,  in 0110 year,    Of Mil) eiiti'itniniiii'iils. j  700 woro band r.oncerlH,   In nil iheri':  wan an attendance of i.noo.tiiiil niuli:,,  lho most. Rlgnlllciint featuro uf ihi,--.'  was that ! OO.Oot) of thnt number wore  present   at  lho' concerts  whero    orchestras Interpreted ilio muulc of the  milliter*".  Minphaslnlng the piig'-fiiit as n  iiioiuiH of advancing tho'higher forms  of muulc, ,Mr. I'nrwe-ll told of 11 pro-  ���������irritation in tho town or Modlrcn,  New Hampshire. Tlio pageant, wiib  built around tho Puritans (ivi-roomim',  the iiupi'i-t of the sUin lifo uf tho mill vos. ltn Hymholintln appeal 'flwnyed  the whole town, and It had heon dom*  oiiHlrutcd Hint, It wan a groat factor  In unifying riiinmniiltli",* nnd cioi-iln.  as mayor and hoot bkicli. mlniHtor  nnd lihickRtnllli, Joined In tho spirit  which 'gripped thn people in a mimical (lnimiill/utlon of tho history of  their city or town.  tenliary, and '.ho  olio   chaplains,  and   rathe ,.T.  111 itied reports.  l'rotestant and Cath-  Rev.   Dr.    McQueen  A. Cullctte, also suh-  GEN.'   GREELY'S   BIRTHDAY "  Former Arctic Explorer 70 Years Old,,  , Celebrated Birthday Recently  As vigorous and active as many ot  half hhi ago, Major-General.Adolphus  Orcely, famous as a soldie:* and Arctic, explorer, has reached Lhe seventieth milestone of Mils I'fo's Journey.  Since his retirement from actlvo. service six years ago General ("Jrcoly  has made his residence In Washington, n.C. .Much of his time, however,  has been spent in tlio Btudy of aviation, military Uffitlrs and geography  and kindred sciences. ������������������ ,  More than Jilrty years ago General  dreely attracted world-wldo attention  by n palnr expedition, of which h������  was tho chief. Tho'oxpedllK 1 sailed  northward in 1881.* It contained 25  members, of whom only erven camo  lack.' Two "relief expo lltlons failed  to llnd tho Cii-oely party, and "lien  finally ropoued by the third expedition, ������������������oiit. under command of Capt.  Wlnlli-hl "Scott. Schley, the survivors  of the parly wero nearly craxed with  hunger.  Canadian Import Trade  Tbo apparent indifference of llrlt-  Ish manufacturing firms (iiwnrd tho ���������  Camiill.'in Import trade, has prompted  ihe Ciiiiiullmi Chamber of Commerce  In London ,to establish a British man-  iifnciiirors1 r-octlon. Neiniy n hundred  limit., among them Mini*) of the most  liroitilniiil In Knglaud, have joined tlio  hi-i'iiuii, uml it has In en dichieil to  i:iKe collective action immediately,  1 trade camp-'ilitn to capture ttie  greater proportion of Import Iniilo In  th-*- Dominion of miinul'iietnrod goods.  Another mutter that will recolvo  eaily niti'titini will bo ibe Ciimulian  t ���������anHpoitallon probleiiii*,' taking Into  consul era l Ion lho freight poult ion n.i  It wlll exb'.- ooiiRoqimiit upon tlia  working of thu l'linuma eamil.  Provide Home for Lepers  Tho late Lord fkruthcTiru by a codicil to lilfl will left JL'.'.OOS lo John  Hums to provhlo ft homo for lepers  in tho United Kiiifcd.iiu.  Valuable Palntln-js Stolen  It Ih reported from Madrid that  llm-.fc l.lctnri's ui wo.*.', ���������.al.t**. by VA  Orcco havo hi'en nloh'ii at Toledo, la  the Jfunco Del Urci:o, ToU-,1^ pp.-An,  thero .*iri������ twcnly jialiillii^s by VA  Orcco; inr.ludlne the fanioun "Pmi!-  tont" I'lttur*.  Stlnol Population of Quebec  Quebec province is full of children.  Thla your, iicoordlng to government  flguron, 370,200 children altondo*  tho Cttlholtc flchoola and C2,<00 the  rrotoctaut rchooh*. TIito aro no  'public" flchools so railed In that pro-  Vlnort, ^ i-fhoni rej;iilrallnn of 4'.'!?,-  CIS out ot a total impuhitlon rf S,000,-  000 Rfcms to ho pretty fair.���������Canadian Courltr. ''  nititon Man Getn Klnn'n Cold Medal  Tho Unynl Coogrnphirnl misocia-  tlon htm 11 warded tho KIiik'h gold  imdul to Dr. Hamilton llico, of lio.--  ton, Miiun., for hiu work or o:\plora-  Ihm     in  South  America.    Dr.  Wee  .     .      .      1*,    ., ,   ,.  1,1,1111 A     \.tii*i.     ������t,l.. -���������-..*    ..-.       ������    - - *  .....    *.  1011, for Ihirrunqullhi, nt tho mouth  of lho Magd.ih'na river, and 2.*i days  Jutor roiichrd Hogotn, tlio capital of  Colombia. Thoro supplie.l woro received nnd ho and his party commenced tlmlr journey. For '-A months  fbe p.irtv explored Southeast Columbia and Norlhwont Uracil, traverelng  nlmopt lOft.OOfl Kauaro mlloa of virtually unknown country, lho trip ended at Mannon. Hrai-H, 1.000 inllea up  the rhcr.  New Demonstration Farm  Ouo hundred and thirteen aeros  will bo het iipuit hy tho Southern Alberta I.and Company for n demomitra-  tlon farm ou their now trnot which  In about to he opened up. Tho farm  In quc-fitfoii will be located 11*1 milt**  onst of Jlow river at Houolnuo and  will hn In obargo of 1111 oxporlriiced  Irrlgatlonlci from Colorado, ,  Alfalfa, nnd other flohl en,: will  ho Rrowp on tlm farm, of which a  IniTn nnrllon bur. nlroodv )������*������������������������������  hrukoii nrul leveled in preparation to  Grain    Growers    Have) Paid Millions  Tho Toronto flloho oommorclal editor rnyn ocean freight raten have In-  wheat and oatlmat.-'ti that $0,500,000  i\as taken out of r,raln woweir.V pock-  ottt on wheat, alono lant yoar. Cnn-  ad Ian flour milla now hnvo a dally  capacity of 121,000 barrels. Two-  tbtrda of thla I* export*-.-1 Miller*  nay that foroh-n trado I* almost lm-  pofiHlblo owing to tho Increased ocean  freight, A govornment owned Allan"  tie rtc.iniKliip lino would emibhi Canadians to fiucreflBfully competo with  others in Hie* European uarlet, THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  M������ni������u������-i������������s������'J"'w  '  SALE   OF  -of-  Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains  Purtain Net, regular 60c now 45c por yd  Curtain -Net, regular 40c  now 30c per yd  Curtain Mualin,   regular  80c ...now 20c par yd  Curtain Muslin,,  rogular  a5c ".now 17c per yd  A ������400cl line of We Curtains in Keru  and White, ranging front .ti-oo to S5.00 per pair,.at 1.3rd off  The Furniture Store  McPhee Dlopk, A. McKINNON     Cumberland  MAROGCfcH BROS    '  GROCFRS* &   BAKERS  ..*-.*���������- it* ��������� .--:--'���������  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS0  Agents for Pilsener IJrew.ing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers inj-tU Kinds of  Wines and Liquors. *  SECOND  STREET  1  -&5  TRNDKR3.,  .   _        . -   THE  LAKE  TH\M������-:ilS addw^od t" T. II.   ByH.Armitstead,B.ScMRR.G-S  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER; C.V.O..LL.D..D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Mannsfer  fl Good Bottle of Pilsener j  'with your dinner make-s you <stit better,T������leep  better,   feel  better.  PIL,SBiNER BREWING CO., L.TD.  also distributers for'U.B.C and   NcwHO: Beers', Nanaimo  Ciirov, ^I'c-iili-ry of school tnis-  tcc't*. will l>u * recviv'i'-l up I*1 dniia  ',20: h, UM I, i'or 1 Ik' fullowiiiv:  ���������a'l-rl--:  Pmiiiiiiif old ccilc-ul building,  ropiuiiii- wiailnws, and pvttti.ii"  Miim* wiiciv required, j*ciiittiii-pr-  uuo I'oiiin two c-unl*  lioariiiiio licll room, mu  woodwork one unfit. iScw floor-  iiio- in two mom's and oilina name.  r"*- ***>  I'oi  1 leaver  mill ting  TendiM-i* will ,b  fillll-TS  Will   .1)1!    CO US I'll'ITU  work.  all, or j)--u-yol lho above  Contracts to   ho   completed   by  AllflK-t lull).'  Lowest or nny    tender   not no-  (���������i.'"-sai-ily iiccepicd. -- ���������  V'jr *-purticiilurs   .'ipply   to .my  iiiein'it'i' of tlit' school iioiud.  TIkiiii.-is  H. CaVey,    .  ,  See ret 11 ry. -  Oumberliuid, IJ.   0.,   Mnv 27th  ���������3'JL-t. ���������      '  tSi:MMK"irS('!H=Kl)trLE^  Trsii nsJ will arrive-"^"CTunl-erT  land fi-oin Union P.ay at'8.-^0 on  Tnesdav. Thursday and Sat 11 nisi v  --Ti'i'iirites', nml will le'ivo l'oi;Lriii"i)  Iliy -W-i-iliic'sdav  and  Enduy at 7  lilN  i.i the liioi'iiuiff, aii'  on  fi.  .it r.ril 11 y  nt 5 30 in tho  evening. There   is  ��������� 11 1 ������������������.���������, I in 1 lift! in* the   5>. S. Cowiehan  ft  ���������^ h 'diilo.  NOTICE  Cumberland Kh-ctric Light  Co'-1 office hours, .Juno luth, 9  a. 111, iti 6 p. in , a'so Tuesday,'  'hiutsdav and Saturdav. 1'av  fill bills ai-.olTici*, corder Dcrwent  Avenue and First St, Teh per  cent discount allowed from 15th  to 25th. inclusive.  Hplendid programme at the  ���������I'ity Hall on Tliurslay; night.  Customs Collector lhiiiiieriiiaii.  is oil'on a two-M'oeliS vacation.  Customs receipts at our local  o lice for the mouth of May,  were Sj^-jo..**'-!.  -o���������  From tho liol(;litHfif fully to tlio tlopth  if iljKpiir to hut a hId*).  Tlio wiy of Uio  tniiiHijroBH. r  limy  bo  duril, Lut it U novcr l*nne������nn������o.  -o���������  Thu man who hai* novor mude a  mio-  tulu" Ium novcr  invlit inuoli of  inyUijiij;  DEATH NOT SO HAD.  Tlm HrhiHtuiHi-proiii'liitiK milliliter hml  linen unlUil ujioii to p-Diioh bof-iru a uun.  (���������ri'iruliim known for tlnir librr.il views,  .1 ml o������ns.)'|it't*illy oirnluHi* wiyt-i of livlnff,  b .11 ding a iv-inilng which bo thought  . unulil ntriku liDiniu th* iiii'iiiUor i-aiil:  ��������� Mull, my fricml", in linod with pokor  l-l i) fi1 .">. incii mid womon wh 1 drink to ex-  huh iniifiiui) iliiiiKliturn u'. Jug'-licl, womon  i'i ili'Oill'-tJ   rowiii,   divorce*   ut-il   tho  Iii*..."  A l tlmt point a littlo red  fan d mnn  w-ih 11 high pitchod pioLoln vnluo, iroKi  ji ti'o ronr of tho room nnd p \>t>& out  J,i)������i, iliiiitli, tflicro-U Hiy KtiiiH."  **������**0*^B*   IftMttMt*--     1  SITUATION U;ANTl;U--JJy  it > nwiiij Jiipiujcse, in hotel or  s-nre, Bpenkn t������uod Ku^li-sh.  Apply KoluyHalH. No- i t.'-iuup.  [Cumberland, Ii. C.J  Wc sluinhled across it. oim day  when bent on 11 new direction  from out- usual stereotyped tramp-  und since, when wo elniin it as  our own, for we seem to he-its on  ly visitors. .' On. it? grassy hanks  we spend many' hours���������respite  and solace from daily monotonous routine���������aiid find 'a window,  through which wc may look into  infinitude itself."   >  From down at the. bottom of  the,black shilling water vou can  see image*!, the sun, which, like a  mysterious I airy door to some underground cave, full of .shakings  and wrinkles innumerable, as if  clutched by restless fairy hands,  closes the end of the long, dark  shaft. Anon, a splash rings ont  with iiiuilled liollowhess as some  big frog, leaps and falls, back,  and the undul.-tting vibrations lap  ami suck lit, the smooth round  sides ,.      . ~ '     ~   \  *- Cool, cool ! . Tt is quite another world down there.The mere, fact  that it is water, cool clear (though  black as ink to the view) divorces  it from all else; There is much  mystery anil fascination iu that  lake, it may hold many secrets.  In our speciilatiouswe iiungineyou  would meet, strange com]uuiy in its  depth; iiu other ingrediei'tsjcould  be wanted by the in'i.si exigent of  witches for her cauldron. Frogs,  toads, cent i pud en, and other myriad forms of* life. "What more  could Hecate ask? IJut these earth  ly realities are,, of coins", nothing  to the,ghouls and djiuis and it  is certain that Ulysses in Hades  could have mot nogrenler marvels  than the luckles' wight wl.o lin������  tuiubljil in the lake. Ves, quilt*  auo'hei world. The water down  there, dimpling hhu.'k, cool, And  up on thy batiks���������n volupiurous  scene���������vignette ah or vignette,  picture lifter picture of suhllo and  mysterious beauty which stir*" a  IViding of sublimity in lho hreasi  and awakes ooho'ea llei-ting mu  swocl, biithing the spiiil in gladness us the win-in wave of the Ion  iiui Sun bathes the shore1- of ii>  sunny isles iiiiirinuring pence.  The Lilliputian ravines, rieh'y  clothed with Iir ahd poplar, ih mo  deiisn with undergrowth, nml fin  grant with llm smell uf wild  flowers which make airy mounds  of colour, ru'o pervaded with 1111 ur  dent hilence iinvo fo ��������� the few little  notes of birds, fniginontary find  wandering, wayward us pilgrims  who have forgotVuiiito whnt shrine  thoy have luruod .their t,w^  And the moiwituiim buyoiul���������vast,  dreamy, bluish���������everywhere in  lho scei.ery iu accented pomlfl,  rii-i* tlii-ii* siimwv j links into the  oeriilitan heavoiis nhovo n������ if join-  ingthuterrestriiil with lho celestial  -i:i bbiuirt of uverlii*!in|> lovo.  The coHiposiU' pieluro���������witter,  vej������etmiiiii, ehmd and *nn-������is 01 0  of iMi'iit i-iiihiimitv. itnd if  tlit-re be uu CAitldy piu'iidinc,  ������������������Thi-- i������ pimdii-e enow fur me."  Such is ������hu Ink*)* we oflun vinit  nnd   like to   think nhyiil.    t\m\  CAPITAL, SI 5,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  FOREIGN BUSINESS  ,This Rank olTers 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, imd  for the financing of imports and exports of merchandise. *  Commercial credits,-Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued .and available in all parts of the world.  Collections cfl'ccted promptly at reasonable rates. S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH..!.- .'... !.W. T. WHITE, Manager  it, is a great thing to liavo some-  thino-   to   occupy your   mind  in  O *   a! tl  leisure moments.  SX^S'iXsXsXsXsX**  GO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  FOR   YOUR,  Gen'i Blacksmifhing  ; ���������AND���������  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Cumberland"  JfOTLCE.  X   "���������    ' ty  1 Wood   Woodl  1       Wood'  - I  ty                       ������             t ty  ty .  Now is tlie timo to place ������  ty         ,,    *         ...          ��������� (Jn  ������    yonr  order   fur    SLAB fc  83,50.  WOOD  .per ilo nido load  i  ��������� ���������  ���������"I  Sayward Land  Dis riot  Di.-t ic't of Siiywiin-l   .  From The      ..       . -^  Star Livery Stables I  ty  IN-THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO 110LDHN  AT.  :;'   ���������",���������     NANAIMO.  .IN TIIE MATTER QF   Henry  Ricliardsou Sliiiltz, deceased,"in-  t 'statd,,late*bf ���������' Sirandby, -Rupert  District, IJ. C. ,   *  s    ������������������;. ���������" AND  IN������THE-MA-TTKH ������������r the -OUI-  The first  shipment of our spring stock  of  Shoes have'nrrivcd in  Men's Tan and Black Button  Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede ina  Lace and Button  Watch for our Sale of Oriels and Ends after.  -   Stock-Taking  bV")r-  ucroB.  TAKE NOTICK that Justin Do'rr of  Upper Vnldez I land, 11 C ,. ' cenputujn,  rarmiT, int.-mis to apply for ji .mus ion  t)purulmse the f llowiiig d������ onbeil lnnd.:! binl Atlinil'listl'ators Act,''  Coiii'Denuii't" nt a jio-t plmled ten cliHim). m'."-'!- vriTTr-f il t  oast of liyacintn Jjak**, o i hue ol r.(! 1 . ' -  Claim No. 171, thend to-i'ehnin* ������o-t t;'��������� der Ot His Honor .J udge l>arkoi\  nliora cf la'ie ; tliouct i.l .i-f; Hhoie if lulio. mado on the 10th da*,' Of June  h n Bnuth.on,tily dir.etion. -foiiito.n;jQl4|, j wns . apnu'inted Ad-  ohii'-'K    to llie ii.tprsT i* 11  of   ��������������� fit *i 0.      ,   , .    ' ' ,.  ,'  f Jm in u rr I'.o- 1.1 ti.,.. iiheuou 1. ..ih, nmustratoi^ ot the h8t.Uo of 111"  oa ijro-tnipt'oii tiiia ton I'limns to ixiiii o. ,'abovo-meiitioned deeeast.'d, and all  uommmucnuu , iuid cuLiiin'.iig live [-"'l1 paii-os li'iving claims against, the  said estate are hereby required to  furnish same, properly verified, to  me on or before tho loth dny of  July r.lll*. AND all par.  fcios indebted to said estate,.are re.  quired to pay the amount <>( iheir  indebtedness to mo forthwith.  - Dated this 10th day of June  IUM.  W. \V   SMJV  WllXAKI), ,  O.iioial Administmtor,'  t'ntnbei'laud, H. C.  THE "IDEAL". STORE   .'   NextVoTarbells  .'' ��������� '.,...*)  :    McRae^ Acton, Haymaii "  -Resa/*vo-$13r00OTQ0O_l   .    JUriTIN ])ORH  Nurai of Api'licaut  Da'cil May 2711), IHU   .  NOTICE. n-  ' This is to notify the public,  that A, Falkuer, of Cumberland,.  II 0,, is an authorized rtipre  sentative and local manager foi  the \\. C Life Assurance t<o .  and any business transac ed by  him will be accepted by the  company.  RAY'ANMtUS-iN,  Provincial Manager,  1-Olt SALK CHEAP���������A five  room enttr^i'. on I'enrith Avenue,  Apply at Ideal Store.  l-Capital-Faid-TJp-ll-i^ooOTOpp^��������� ���������:���������-  2E *��������� '    *���������  I   The .Royal Bank of.Canada;!  I ORAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY., CUKUKNCY,   PAYABLE   Al,L.|  1        ' "   * OVlfill'  THE-* WOULD.. i  S -PECIAL, ATTENTION, paid lo HA VINOS ACCOUNTS & interest/ j  as " " -' (1 ' g  I   at highent Current Rales nllowidon Deponits of $ 1 nnd upwards.... .Jj  I CUMBERLAND, B. 0 , Branch, Open Daily  | U1JION PAY, B.O, Branch, Opon Tniy.  I  f"0*URTENAY,   B. O , Branch, Opon Daily R. H. Hardwick,  Mgr  D   M. Morrison, Mgr. .|  P. T-CEworth, Mgr. .       a  .f  i  %iiiiiiiinuiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniuuiiniiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiu!iiiiiiiniiti!uiiiiui^  _ .  ' - -      III    III     Ml 3.\  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING'  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  -  The "Booze" Has Him-  He Can't Quit!  *  "Mu" m p ilrij)n, a buniiiOHHinnn, or n wnge-rarnor,  with (iiiuii*, ilojioniUmt upou lilm belioviiiK in liim. 'Uio  M'orl 1 it-iiiiHyinpjtlulio. lt J������i1k������h by oxporUmoo. It  kiimiH him (or nn hub lu������l iliunltanl nud it briinili* him  1 h boyonil hope���������dooinod.   Hut Unit mnn o.u quit���������  Yes, He  CAN Quit-and in  Three Days, Too!  Almil) lUmn iH NOT t, ilinmipo. Tin- flnllin illaKii'i  iiiri ii h led tn a -j-hIohi llmt imre**, ���������uni niii������i |i������ miuiuu-  tii ��������� N t ilniKi*! ni' liv|)������iloMepmio injitu-ti-niu���������jute ii������t  i'xm-1 i-nt .''mil iiriv.ey rind hcrbiil iiunliiiiiiH FOI-  ONJjY I'llllKK .'MIS. 'Jinn, i-f <liw (>**m- in*���������<������ 0 ������,  ft I ; j-v ind idi'UI'dnry If\/> tlohti mh\ -h hi- liitcri-M  ul in t-i n, cvury conl pam Ihrifunnoil without iiuchUim  nr rn nim"iit. "hh '..-.'.  This is NOT a Gold Cure- It if  The Only Real, Permanent Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Wait-  Write or Call Now. Today.  ;V. BOJSiOHa  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P, O. BOX 483  PHONE 30....  CUMBERLAND  hone 54fc8  1485 Foil Str-jct  Victoi ia, b  ������  -?���������- ' ���������:-*.*?.'i.'. ���������������/':.:-?-���������-

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