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PRicer  l4im\  Only aboul* 10Q of these to cleat*, feome  Vet*y SRieh and Beautiful Designs uihile  they last Your* choice fort, 25c.   EACH  JJeiton-Tw'eds'^^iK;  i)resee6? in several- of tho'new shades.    Prices -10c aiid 50c.  pvr yar(;i_i__i_L_ll__.���������~_L . USEE THESE.  Infants' an children's headwear  * ���������' -    w       , v  .Coats, Booties, Gaiters and alfthe  necessary' wonr  i'or tlie  ' littlo t'o;.' SEE OUR KEW RAKGEOE THESE GOODS  E _IU=,  STMlD'N'irETSEKm^Co   LIMITED   Diins-niuir' Avenue,    PllOKK'aS*. CUM BER LAND-  ��������� '"titi ��������� nTT'inm i n������ it n nr"iiniiiiiair.t-jij.-itiJiM-K���������aarwEi  Judge; McPhillipps  Tho conversioi of tin.- rabid  Conservative I* wyor from member  of tho Legislature and Ties'ilent  of tlio Council int-j a Judge of the  Appeal Court of British Columbia was not nu oiiiiforsotn occitr-  ronco. It wasj until recently, gen  ������?rully understood nthai Speaker E.  berts would secure the position,  but. n low week'a ago a feeler was  sent out from Ottawa in thu form.  of a prognostication. The 'appoint.  ment quickly followed.  Mr. .McPhillipps is a useful  member of society and will make  a good judge, U.11 was never  looked upon as a heavyweight in  the Legislature, . his speeches be-*  ing bombastic'in tone and souii-  wliat provocative of' opposition,-'  There was', none of that suavity,  which characterizes- the IV-tnier  i.ordhe cold, hiird drive" whicli dis  tinguUhes the Attorney-General.  There was-, however, a general'  feeling in the House and'', in ' the-  country that Mr. McPhillipps was  at heart- ,. a good * fellow' .tind  sincere in his views. His pet aversion ,w>.s' the Socialist duo from  the. mining constituencies of,,'the  Island, and in his opposition' to  them he often, made himself ridiculous, '_ ,.';,  "As u lawyer Mr. McPhillipps  ranked high. lie had niany'iili-  ents.of, note, and, while- inclined  In the past few months' no  less than S8 post ��������� offices in  various parts of the Dominion,  but mainly in the cast, have beim  closed. Of thatutunber 77 have  been closed up ou the inaugura  tion of'the rural mail d livery in  vario-is districts; Forty, offices  have been closed in Ontario  alone. Eighteen are closed in  Prince Edward Island, six in  Nova -'Scotia and eight in 'New  Brunswick.  W, W. Willard und ��������� N. Mc  Faydeu Jet't by Sunday's boat  en ro.itc for   New   Westminster  to al lend the exhibition.  ._; ^   Israel h RubinowilK, the Vancouver lawyer, who-was arrest,  ed last weeV at Naiuiimo ou a  charge of. picketing, luvs been  granted bail by Judge Ho way,  Duusmuii' Avenue t-hould be  rolled,  had the temerity to .servo on any  such jury. -*���������  Mr. J. IJ. iJird,"counsel for the  men, opposed tho application,  but was overruled.'.  '-His lordship heard allid-ivits  filed by Mayor Shaw, of Nanaimo, aud Chief Constable Stephenson, which were to the effect  that it would In impos.-ible to  get a fair trial in Nanaimo owing  to the feeling in that city being*  very strong ,iti favor of llie yni-  nors.  to bo verbosn in' his pleading^: he.  was always looked upon as,oi)ojof  the able' men of the profession.  There aro abler'men .iu.,the',Pi|,y.  ince', but perhaps none'who-would  be more conscientious. .His appointment should prove popular,  io.* he is one in whobo life, either  private or public, -there has never  been a breath of 'scandal, and that  cannot be said of.all the appointments that have been made in the  past.���������Victoria News.  -o-. ���������  lu Mipreme court chninb'jrs  yes'i-rday, Mi. Justice Morrison  ordered ihat there i-hould be 11  change of voiw'' for the trial of  iJichard Goodwin, "Jack" Hull,  John Taylor, J"hn Connors, J.ii>.  Connors, Joseph tjuylor and K,  Mom**, charged with rioting in  connection with the coal miners  .strike ou Vancouver Island.  The trial of the uieu was coiu-o-  quiMilly changed to lake place  in New Westminster instead of  at Nanaimo.  The application wae* miulo by  Mr, A. JJ, i'aylor, K, 0., topic  seuting tiio ciown, who ciai'mol  that it would be impossible to  obtain a fair trial iu Nanaimo  owing to lho   fact  that  it   was  . ���������   1 1     .     1.11 :,     *   ,11'^ihi     Ili.-Jivil.t     j/>*jf Jv-S-Vt**   J*1I J *  men would be boycotted by the  strikers. There wns nlso the  fear that violence would be  meted out co Nanaimo men who  15 STICK!) 01! nn������\vv:i)-A  jfit-iy Hci'iT lnun Urinvj*'*- ll.'ir.cb  Minio. enn yi*ar idd\t ina������l-td tlmU  hrown, r.n'tu'.il tmrk 0:1 lip of  li^lif eir. liifiuiiutiit rnwnrdinl.  Vr*    t'i, I'ro't'fi, Mrcvn-T!  Ii'.-m?".  VDw^vrloMr  Over    ������1750,000    worth    of  Prince George  lots   have, been  sold dliving the past  two weeks  iu Vancouver and Kd.npnton.  -���������-���������-������������������<������ ���������-  Mr W, J. Pendray, one of Vic-  loria's most prominent citizens,  was instantly-killed thereon the  ni'ifniug of the 271b at the plant  of the British American Paii.t  Company, of which concern he  was president. Mr, Pendray,  accompanied by his sons, Her  bert and Roy, wero leaking over  n new pressure system thai is' be  ing instnlled nt the plant, when  without warning, an ejijht-inih  iron pipe which luul been rnis-  *cd to nn upright position only a  few moments before, toppled over and knocked Mr. Pendray  down.  His head was crushed in like  nu ���������*������������ r^-cl! nud ove loot w-r*  completely,-si-vercd from Ihu leg.  A workman who was passing nt  the lime *was slightly injured.  Mr. lYudt7i)'S two sons did uot  receive ariiigle snatch, although  they were standing beside him.  ���������Nx. '  We sincerely regret tho ttngie  death of Mr. Pendray, whom wc  hnve known nud highly esteemed for twenty-live \canj--Jul.  Miss iitv.iug, ho ikki-HpiM' at the  I������''iid Si(i,'i������, uriived home ou  'i'li.'rdry '-vi'iiin-.*; Imiji a hclid'iy  1 rip tf'.HerriU, II, C,  To Save Comrade's Life  l-'ifiy Eagles Volunteer to Sun en  dor   Seventy    Scjmuro,  Inch"s of Skin  San Francisco, Sept., 21,���������  Fifty strong nnd healthy iii'ot),  niombors of the Fmleiniil Order  of ICagleij,, are giving up largo  strips ol: their skin to save the  lifo of llonry L Wool soy, of Maricopa, 11 machinist and a fellow  Kagle. Woolsey was brought to  a hospital here two weeks agij  suH'oring from terrible burn,** 011  his back, thighs and arms. The  doctors said the only thing that  would Kave his lifts wits 70 cqiinro  inclies of new skin. Moiubei'H of  thi!"������Saii J'YitiK.i.scn Aerie, No. fi,  and Goldon (into Aerie, No. (51,  volunteered to part with llm ice-  OoSary cuticle and fur Hovural  days they have boon reporting iu  B.puula to the hospital to submii  to the operalion,  Wools.-y'.s life, it is said, will  be (lived,  Comox lias a coal area of 781*  square miles and probable re-  nerve of 3,383,000,000 tons, Na  iJ.'iiiuoIj.'is tin ana ol 513 s<[iKiic*  mile** and - probable reserve of  1,350,000,000 tons.  MEETING OF COUNCIL  The City Council met in reg  ular session on Monday evening,  (here being present Aid. Miller,  Hcveridge, Jiichards, Aspesi,  Maxwell and the Mayor,  The minutes of previous meeting were read ancl adopted,  " Accounts:���������Klec.   l*-ight,-������.|3-  30; A. 1>. Crawford, 40.25.  , Chmuiuuicatiou  was received  -        '*  Irom tbe Royal   Bmk   advising  that bank could not continue to  carry overdue account,  and susr-  gestcd that debentures be issued.  Mo, definite   action ^wag  taken,  other  "   -than ��������� the    appointing  of a commttteo to interview Man*  tiger Morrison in the matter',-  Progress wasreporttu on the  Tax iale Uy-Law.  A committee was appointed to  interview those interested in the  cement sidewalks, and ascertain  if they woh Id., he willing, to pay  up their assessment on same, and  relieve those of responsibility  whose names are oh the note  given to, the bank for the amount  paid by the bank to the con-  contractor". The - committee is  composed of Mayor Campbell;  Alderman Maxwell, J. N..,.Mc-  UodandT. E. Banks. ������  -"  Couucil^vljo'urned.  ���������i������������������tt���������.   ���������"Mrs. S. ;D. Marsden, of Chilli-.  ivack^arriwdrurtouMrtlriT^eekT  aud is the. guest of Mr, aud Mrs.  II. Brian.' ���������      ���������-.   ������    -  -*��������� I��������� imiW Mi'llll-'W.WL^yS  rHHtmtkwsG&sq&i ���������%  MACFARLANE bros  . W8WW^"^*i*****P*i^-nwt^^  ��������� 0 ,  We invite you to inspect the follow!ng;:  yais'*';i  MEN'S FOOTWEAR Just to hand our First Fall Ship |'  merit of Ames liolden and McOmidy SHOES, in lhe |  newes shapes, colors black and   brown,  button and   Inee ''$  MENS SUITS���������These 'are here in the newest shapes and  j|  styles, colors navy, brown,   bronze, black,' purple etc,      'r{  MILLINERY���������First showing of Ladies' WitijeiMillii-e.**{ $  LADIES' BLANKET COATS newest shades' and styles.' f  FOR"THE 'CIIlLUREhV-The famoiis "Margaret" Sweat. ���������f  ers and Sweater Suits,  in shades Navy Cardinal & white.   |  *������������������&  THE CORNER STORE|  ^^^^^^iJ^Tfc^t^^  .8.  it  The.-Ladies'-'. Hospital An^vliiiry*  .will hold their   rejnihir   monthly  .   ��������� O   - , a?  meeting on Thursday   evening at  7.30, at tho homo of    Mrs.    11.  15 nan.-  , Mr. C. IJ  home ft.om a  Victoria on Tuesday  Tarbell   ai'rived  business   trip   ro  Mrs Joseph Ilorbiuy and children arrived home on Thursday  last, from a several week's visit  to friends at Chilliwack and Vancouver.  -40-  PROFiTABLic Chickens  Miss I>aring of this city, appears to havo solved the egg laying for profit problem. She is  tho happy possessor of fifteen  lilack Minorcas, which have laid  during the month of September  302 eggs, weighing seven to the  pound. She sojs that "good  feeding and extra good care,  coupled with quiet kindness, but  epecially, removing the eggs  from the nests directly they are  laid, i.i the whole  secret of sue-  CSS."  The   Cumberland     Board   of  Trade will meet in their rooms hn  Friday evening fiT tho tiMijf-aellon  >f business,  Lawyor IImtI-k-ii nnd family.  who havo been resii'iin*"** at Couri-  enay ilurin;; la*I hpring and Milliliter, w 11 re'ur.i to take up tlnii  1'in'dtMiee hero in a fuw day-.  They wil oempy tho KilpatrM:  huue tni P. m i* Iv n,i'.������i.i.",  '=. The proinotors of the milk  condensory have purchased an  acre and a half of land from Jos.  McPhee, alongr-ide tlm uew  bridge, aud will erect-their tac  tory at ouce, tenders for which  closed   last   night.    The    main  building wiil be 34 x 80 feet,  covered, witli i corrugated iron.  A large number of milk producers have already signified their  intention of supplying- milk.���������  Courtenay Review.  Asocial will bc, held   in   the  lecture room of the  Presbyterian  "*��������� lr  church  on   Thursday   evening.  0'  under the auspices of the Nara-  mata A. 11, C., commencing at  7 30. Everybody invited, to  come and enjoy a good time.  The,Sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will bc dispensed in St,  George's church on Sunday  morning at 11, o'clock Prepar  atory service in connection therewith, will be held ou Friday ov  ening at 7.30.  Four hundred tons of coal  were shipped from the South  Wellington mines 011 Saturday  last, seventy men being now employed in the mines at that  point.   <&.   * Oity Clerk Dowlor, of Victoria, has been recently suspended from office for the third time  in less than one year by Mayor  Morley. It looks very much as  if the mayor was after the city  clerk's scalp, Wo doubt very  much if the council will back  him up im his action, as they have  twice 1 urued him down for the  same act,  Owing to a break down on th ,  Islander priH**, that paper will  not be is-uH'd on Saturday next,  but will appear tho lollowing *���������-.,,���������.  urday,  'Hm'SKU^^  1  5  *���������������*������������������*.-A*'* A^CS  Successful Hunting Trio  ,j - * -~.   .  ���������' ~jr   -A. -party, composd- of Messrs  Billy Jones, . Hot   Siuuai?i^, '. j .  Leonard, Bill Downing, and'. T.,  James (capt.) left  last  week  on.  Mr. Win. Roy's gasoline launch.  the uTallihassi," on, a huiitiug  trip- to Texada Island. TheiT  trip was not in vaiii," as they siic,  ceeded ih 'securing six fine .dee,-*  and some grouse, They arrived,  at Roy's Beach ou Sunday evening,'but not .without some diffi  culty, as some distance out, th-,./  ran short of gasoline and had to  put up a'-flag of distress." M '  Dave Roy on noticing them im.  mediately proceeded, with his  craft, theVAlabama," to the rescue and towed the party --afely  to shore, "Dick" Grimes looked line at the mast., The bu\'.-  report having had a most enjoyable trip, ���������- "  -������������������.-'��������� ���������������������������o ... ���������  KiTorta aro being mado bv 'bt-  .city council of Vancouver to have  all married men or taxpayers only  in tlu( employment of tho c!:-,  this coining white*:. Orders have  been given to a 1111 in ber of the de-  part mentis in the city hall to reduce their stalf-*. It i*-. stated  thut there will be a reduction "!'  perhaprt 50 per cent of ihu i-|iii.;  in the engiiteer'H nection and rlia:  other ollices will bo depleted of  ollicinlh ("iiiTesixindiiigly,  i  fe  1  m  Tew Goods ,  *'       ii  Showing This Week  Fall Dress (\oot\r\ in all thn fashionable shades in plain  and novelty weaves, compriniug aerges. I'optins, RaliitCi  Satin Cloths, Tweeds, Plaids, I.iidieo' Clotlis, l'aiiiimiis,  Voiles, and CrepcH.  bwih'i'\ M'.hHPB and Children's Cloth nud Tweed  Coats in all the prevailing stylci** of tho setwon  at tlio leaf-t possible price.-,  A Complete line <il Ladles', Mi-m-V nud (JhiUlren'a I'ull  J'nde-j-wcfir, that will wear and will not ���������"���������brink.  Ladies', Misuns1 and Childieii'd Sweater Coats and Hull Skirts  \  CAMPBELLS   ) r  4-p  Baa6^-jow������a������ic^^  V'  It  ********* THE NEWS. CUWnBftKTJAND. B. a  ;���������? -  By E. R. -Punshon  Wart, .Lock & Co^ Llmltwd  ,   London,  Melbourne & Toronto-  ��������� (CoatlBueC)       ,   *  .���������.v.-.-.y  from' hor voice of  eyes;, and he  nt him, and then a^**. wero interrupt-     Are you ready, Joan? Dora Interrupted by the sudden   opening    of   th������ j ed, and then added, for Ehe was quick  iio yy.b  t'-oii-A iuul her 15:ishin.,  I'd; i!i:-i, h.��������� hrr.cd alt tho.world and  ilia", flo'l hu.L'i.1 I.lm. lie remembered  how only tiie day before Joan had  .lr-i*k;.d in him with siich ('.liferent eyes  I'lid luul s*:nl*'-u to hl:n la such dlffer-  i'.u I'.'suv,, It stni(.'U"liiin with amny.e-  mvin il:,*:i in ro short, a time he could  hnvo uniiJu lie:- oliiiujjo ko utterly���������-In  J *y- m'liil lie went over again the variolic sti'j's by which lie had lost her  h-i'.i.dfhiii ;r:id irutl that he now uu-  ii: rs i;;ul In.* had \aluccl mora than any-  lii'n.n i'lhe in the woild.  hiio useil to irust me. he sah? to  I-iii.st ll' v.-1 iii Ki-c;il biUcriK'S3. No ono  c\(.-r iMisicd me bul her���������and now she  tlou'i  iid.rlicr.  ���������io hu* us U was nossibie for her to  do set, J-uni ; jpi a look out for her-  t*o!i' in ihe hope of seeing Th.-'old if  "hit should come., 13ut bho could not  h1 ways be Batching; and so it hay-  1*c:h(I ihat she was qui to unprepared  when into the drawi: 3-room, where  the had jusi gone to look for a book  her mother wanted, there was shown  "J'horold himself.  .Mr. Thorold, Green announced"-in  ,h;'s 1-n-rt manner, iind shot a glance  at Jean ;o s?Qi what she thought of  it*.  The expression of her face quite  fat's fled him and-he shut the door upon ihciu with a bang, and yet hardly  done-so before he fell Into a fresh fit  of anger and jealousy.  .lean had had her"back to the door,  ���������hut she turned sharply, as she heard  Th'crcld's name. For a, moment they  faced each oilier and only their eyes  epeke. and-how it came about Thorold  never '.mow nor Joiiif cither, but all  in a moment as it seemed, she found  herself enfolded in his arms.  Ah, no, f.he cried, still trying to resist, and she made him a gesture of  command to leave her.  I'm l.er eyes spoke more truly  than her gesture, and Thorold held her  firmly, fiercely, and in that moment  all his existence was one cry of triumph. There was a fear came to  Jean as she felt herself held with  such ;i' resolute and triumphant  j-f.rcr.sth; but yet, it was a fear sweet  .and tender. '-* On a sudden she gave  a low, soft lau-L'.i, "and hearing it, he  loved" her greatly'.  door.  Miss Rose, announced Green, and  his' face was scowling nnd heavy as  he looked from one to the other, and  "noted how awkwardly they Bprang  apart. ������   ���������  But Dora had seen also, and she  came towards*them "with excited eyes  and eager parted Ups, and unable to  keep still she did a sort of little dance  in front of them.  Oh, is It true? she cried. Oh, has It  i-eally happened? Oh, you dear creatures, I knew It was coming. Oh,  how sweet, and she made a sudden  rush at'Joan and hugged her vehemently, and then with a gay laugh ot  sheer delight Bho,rah away back to  tho door.  Oh, I'll be off, she cried. I can  see when I'm In the way, thank you.  nnd when I'm wanted, then perhaps  I'll come n*;ain, nnd I will just run up  to havo a peep at your mother, Joan,  and oh 1 am just glad and do you  know, Joan, 1 think lt will have to be  white satin���������yes, said Dora with a  grave and serious nod ot her" head.  Certainly it will have to bo white  satin.  Oh, Dora; dear, prolesie-.'. Joan,  somewhat, overwhelmed.  Oh, Joan, dear, laughed Dora, and  was just opening Uie door when a  cab drew up outside.  Thorold, who had been standing  since Dora's appearance with a, somewhat sheepish but very happy express-  Ion on his face, glanced out of the  window with some relief nt the prospect of a Aversion, and then exclaimed i:. surprised tones:  Why, it's Mayne.  ��������� Oh��������� how sweet, cried Dora, running  to the window. He must have follow-.-  ed me, and I wondered where he was  because I have not seen him all day  and he promised to come for me at  ten, but he didn't,, and 1 shall just  scold him well for forgetting, <*o now  I suppose, he must have, followed me  here, but isn't he a long time knock-  enough at seeing things, and understood very well what Thorold's feelings were: but please don't como it  Mr. Thorold -does not -wish you to.  No doubt I am very foolish and everything Is all right, nnd It's, quite common, for people to vanish right under  one's eyes, aud I am sure I hope so,  and bo please don't troublo to come  with me, Joan dear.  (To  ba  Continued)  :*I> own, lie vv-jhispercd" as he strained her io him. .My own���������oh, from  ihe lirst nionunt 1 saw you 1 knew  yen wore for me���������for me.  Joan did not speak, but was con-  l<"'U to feel his lovo surround her as  his arms embraced and held her. She  who all iie'r-dif.;* long had been forced  to stand alone and struggle by herself  found it very pleasant to be thus held  like r, little child���������oven though breathing had become'-a slight dlfticr.lty, and  sho was not quite certain that a rib  or .ri-vo was not broken she certainly  did ot ask herself whether she returned thi*- passionate love-*"she could  fei-l* throbbing In every 'vein of the  big'man's body. She only knew that  ���������it rieeincd sho belonged to him���������at  least, If he, wished it, and could win  her���������and it seemed that he did wish  it, and. had won her, and she was content.  '  My own. he whispered again. Jean,  you ar^'-mlne and 1 lovo you.  JI i.hrlllcd-her ihat. ho asked nothing  I-lit only..made his demand!- ab If she  coull not. help but granl. tliem. Never  ilu'lrsK, she shook her head and -'poke  iv Iih a sigh.  Oi.ly listen. F-ho snid, before there  ran bo anything���������ah, there Is much  ihat 1  must. ioil you,  Only one thing, bo anawored quick-  ly. Only onol thins���������that you love  nro. ,    j  I'm, .-:i"<o I* j'an with a tender look  ing.'  Looking 'rather puzzled, Dora ran  to the door of the room and opened  it. But still there was no knock,  and impatiently crossing the hall she  (lung open the front door.  The street -..as deserted, the,empty  cah was driving slowly away, and nd-  wherv was there any Eign ore, Wilton  Mayne. Dora's cry of astonishment  brought Thorold and Joan to her side.  Oh, Joan, where is he? Dora exclaimed frightenedly. Oh, you must  have been inistaken.  .Why, how strange, .exclaimed Joan,  looking round her. But lt was lie-  was it not? she added to Thorold.  Undoubtedly,* replied Thorold, who  looked as puzzled as the two girls.  I did not see his face distinctly,,it is  true, but 1 am certain it was he all  the same..  So am I, exclaimed Joan, and then  added as-she saw the fear and fore-  iny-oh���������Dorais-face���������wJiei'jQ_Jiiili������t  never    been   'anything    but  IJUU  to had  brightness and laughter and joy.* But.  - e must have beeu mistaken. It  must have been someone else.  But, if so, said Thorold slowly,  oven supposing lt was somecr.eelse,  where is the someone else? The cab  certainly stopped in* front and cer-  talnlv put someone down, and yet  there" Is no one visible���������it is strange.-  They stood looking blankly at each  other," anrl at the empty street, and  they were oppressed by a vague sense  of foreboding and evil.  Owning the Farm or Being Owned  by It  When the-plalh'truth Is written lt  must bo stated that the magnificent  prairies are inhabited in'large measure by people who are, very materialistic ln the'..- tastes aiid thinking. In  the hurry and excitement of making'  good on the'homestead, the finer sensibilities are frequently dulled, and  many forget that worthy citizenship  is not simply a matter of making a  living, but of living a life. We need  more frequently to bo reminded that  man does not llvo by, bread nlono���������  that we havo other needs than tho  mere vulgar necessity of three meals  a day, nnd a place to steep at night.  The farmer and his wlfo who decide  that so far as their house is concerned the esthetic, tbe beautiful, the love  of truth and goodness, lhe pleasure of  pure and Innocent fun, the comradeship of worthy books, tho gladness of  music, tho mirth t. laughter tho mysterious awe which comes over those  who take time to pry into Nature's  wonderland���������we,, say that the farmer  and his wife who decide that these  things are legitimate and desirable���������  that they are worth taking tfme for  ���������such persons as these make'no mistake.  Thero are many   farm* homes.,  ln  which far too great a premium Is put  upon that quality of character which  is misnamed   Industry.    Tho   father  takes pride in the,fact that his hoys  are  everlastingly  on  the  grindstone  from  dawn  to   dusk*,, and  that  they  have no time for gadding.    He prides  himself that they are hard workers..  And yet his sons are mere drudges'.  They may hold the record for a big  day's stooking but they know nothing  about  books  or   flowers  or   the  relaxation of an Idle day with a fishing  rod.      They pass by, unnoticed, the  sunlit ripples and the cool, deep shadows of the farm  brook;  they never  look up to- behold the glory  of the  punset;   they know not the  cunning  .way!"' ofvthe bee, nor tho wonderful  .world ot plant life about their feet;  they are just common drudges, working a'.i day long ln God's, wonderful  laboratory,  ln.it  with, eyes   that  are  holden that tl.ey may not see.  Wc make, 10 plea for mere Idling,.  Pure Jndolrtico is always a crime.  And frequently It leads to other  crimes .worse'even than itself. But.  there Is no Indolence in an hour now  and then with the children in gather-  ln~glin-aiiiing_andnid-ndring-che-prairie-  flowers; in an effort, to surround the  other things-of beauty; and in a word  I to live in companionship with, the  farm, regarding It not merely for its  mercenary value,' but also for its delightful associations and constant  round of interest and of surprise,  There are somo families who really  own their farm and enjoy it; but there  are other families who think they own  a farm, but who in reality are owned  by it, and have become its slave.���������  Nor-Wcst "Farmer.  Origin of Irish Laco  Irish, lace originated from the failure of the potato crop that caused the  famine of 1846.. The abbess of a convent In County Cork, looking about  for some' lucrative ., employment to  help the half-starved children who attended her schools, unravelled thread  by thread a scrap of point de Milan,  nnd finally mastered tho complicated,  details. She then selected tho girls  who were quickest of needlework and  taught them what Bhe had painfully  learned. Tho now industry prospered, and one of tho pupils, ln a pardonable bull, -declared that If it had  not been for.'Uie famine wo would all  have been starved.  Who Waa He?  Father, said a boy of twelve? 'who  was Shy lock?  What, exclaimed his father, havo  I,sent you to Sunday school for. tho  past six years, only to have you ask  me who Shy lock was? " Shame oh  you! . ��������� Got. your Bible and find out  this minute 1  Customer���������I want a ton ct coal.  Dealer���������Yes, sir.     What size?  Cuslomer���������Well, If it's not asking  to*-* much, I'd liko to have a 2000  pound ton.  His Dtisy Time  Doctor, why don't you take a vacation?  I can't now, my patients need me.  Th<y are hcglnnlr.*.*; to como back  from their vacations.-  Life in Macedonia  We arose early one February morning ��������� End left oir fairly clean hotel  In Neapolls for. four hours of travel  over the modern road near-the Via  Egnatla. which should tako us to-ancient Phillppi. Our vehicle was a  somewhat,dilapidated hack, such as  Americans are familiar witli at almost  "every considerable railwav station but  surprisingly comfortable conveyance  for this part of the world. Rattling  down -Bomo steep, roughly' paved  streets we came to the centre-of Uio  great Roman aqueduct and ascended  another Bteep street on the other side  of the 'market place.  Early as it was, we found-that tho  people of Kavalla were up, and doing.  The stalls of the fruit mon were attractive with oranges, pomegranates,  lemons and. dates.. The vegetable  dealers displayed a tempting array <i  cauliflowers,' cabbages, onions, okra,  leeks and potatoes.  As In all eastern cities, thero waB  no privacy. Tho cook was' preparing  his breakfast on the sidewalk, Uie  shoe-maker was plying his awl, tho  tailor"his needle, and the blacksmith  iwns shoeing his horses almost in the  very :;treet.  NERVOUS PEOPLE  MADE CHEERFUL  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Rebuild  Shattered Nerves  lie���������Does your father know I expect. Good hlood���������rich, red hlood���������makes  to ask him for your hand? all tho dlfforenco between health and  She���������I think he does.'    He is prac- sickness.   If the  blood  is  thin  and  tlclng for half an hour every morning watery, the health ,of the whole body  GILLETTS-LYE  EATS DIRT  RAILWAYS AND    CARTAGE  with  dumb-bells.  From a second-hand book catajogue:  Dickens (C)��������� PIc-Nic Papers.  Just the thing to wrap saudwlcheg  in.   ��������� ������ -  ),  State of Ohio, City of "Toledo,       .  Lucas County / j   "  Frank -T. Uneney makes oath that ho Is  Ffnlor navlr.er * of the (Inn of 1<\ J.  Chenev'& Co., doing business In tho city  of Toledo,- County nnd Stato aforesaid,  and that snid firm will pay tho sum of  ONE, HUNDRED DOI.TjAnS for each and  evorv case of Catarrh that canr.'ot be  cured bv the use of Hall'a Catarrh Cure.  FnANK  .1. .CHENEY.  Sworn lo bei-.-j 1110 and subscribed tn  ! ��������� presence, i���������s 6ih day of December,  AlD. 1SI>6.  (Seal.) A.  W.  GI.EASON,  ,    , Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,  rnd acts directly on the blood and  mucus surfaces of tho system. Send  for lest0 .<)nlals free. ���������  F. J. CHENEY.& CO., Toledo, 0.  Sold I'.* all druggists,  7Bc.  Ta.ro Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  The Bight Soap  For Baby's Skin  Is Cuticura Soap  (i".lf'Jr4  Y.I./;.  r. ",  N lho caro of  baby'a skin arid  bair, Cuticura  ,.������������������-.;(   v. \:(    i*> "J    mm  jT^SpRV ���������0the/'s fa-  ty^:{nyj\ vmiri'.o. Not  ���������* "������������������'������������������������������������ *- only in it unrivaled in purity and refreshing  fragrance, but its gen lie'emollient proper I ier- render it of  fjrent value in promoting'skin  and bair health generally.  For  ihctl''"'!11 !",",r'!*li '"'I* Cr'-T* 1*1*1'<c V'li'lioc;  nr.i] other ilrlii:���������*.:;, burnin;*; in-  lantile eruption!-, warm baths  ���������with Cuticura Soap, followed  by gentle applications of Cuti-  .   . /-i*. 1 1   .w.n,.,,('f/.-.  I. ill ilOl'l*-.>���������������'cm. !��������������� v *������������������ t->\."j v..,-������  tivewhen other methods fail.  Cuticura Soap wears to a wafer,  often outlasting several cakes  of ordinary soap and making  its use most economical.  C .(Inira ?.*.'*.*> unit Olnlmfnt nro noM  Itirotit-'hiiiit Om world. A Jlbnnil mhhi'Ih of  inch, wllh :w-!i.U'n hoolilot on ilio cure, uii-l  frc-Afnii-iit of tho Mcln nnd w-aln. wilt P'**^  frro, AiUlroai I'iHU.t Drill?;t Clieui. Colli.,  / Dtlit, IHU, Uostou, U. a. A.  W.  N. U. 061  CHAPTER XVII  The Second Time  Although this Incident of Wilton  May no's inexplicable s dls-ippcn ranee  was In itself trivial enough, and  though thoy said to each otliev several  times over that no doubt there was  sonb pr-i-fccUy slmi'lo explanation, yet  none tho less it mado upon tliem an  Impression at onco sinister and  ihrcatei.liif*. It was as though they  clearly perceived Inviting behind what  had happened something ominous and  evil, against which' thoy felt it, necessary to be "ii their guard without in  the lcaht iindci'sianding how or why  or whence danger from it could  tbrc-aurn them.  Dora, in OBpcclal, was much disturbed, ami showed it with a selfishness  not unniitui'al In thoso used only to  happiness when lit last misfortune  Ilmla llioin out. Sho clung to Joan  lilto a frightened child, sho demanded  all her a it.in tlon, sho plainly resented  the least thought that had not her and  l.er affairs for Us immediate object.  As for Tborold, who had bosn the  least, affected ot tho three by what  hnd happened, and who was only mix-  loud lo got .loan to himself again, ho  found Unit lie wan expected inst-mlly  to siiirt, off and hunt in ovory corner  or London whom Dora thought that liy  any possibility Wilton Mayn.*. might  he, Hn wns very much Inclined 10  retus-o llntly to do anything of the  port-, an< It was only tho soft looh and  smile .loan gave hlni, nud tho llltlo  eoiili-nlllug touch ot hor hand upon  his tlmt liuiuficd lilm to conaont to do J  as Onrn nuked,  lie took a hansom accordingly n"<l  driivi- iiboiii. for an hour or two, making liKiuiries, and then retnrno:' wltlioul having seen or heard anything  of the nih-Hlng poet, whoso chamber-  he had found locked up nnd deserted.  iJiuii, convinced by now that hoiuo-  ihliig terrible bad happi'iied, lioeiinio  alnioHt. hvi'terlcal, so that Joan had  to offer .to uuo her homo. Jly no  means pleased nt thin which threaten-  ed tlie mill further postponement of  .-,',1 !*,i y r.*"h ���������'vMirii in uriv in Joan.  Thorold drew her aside.  Art.- you vou 11 ���������,  going olf with ln-.e?  }ho nuked.   I don't bou what tliero la,  t,o pink.) ruch a fuss aliout.  Do you mind If I do? Joan aalioA,  She har- worked lierselt Into such a  -i..'. .-.--ill,' l tVilnV 1 niitslit to-���������if  you will ki me.  Thorold found this fdiy recognition  of his new right to bo continued In  her liioveinoiilH no adorable, llmt  then' was nothing In all the world ho  would nol. havo permitted her and indeed hflpcd l.er In.  I'o   tii,'ro  uiececdi'd   nn   Inlcrtudi;  (luring which lt Is pofdlilo .loan re-  Hi v.ed (1I1 I'm- itdVillUilgiri* of IllCckllC. 3  and hunilliry as aids towards geltlng  O'lc's own way taslly. Bho also litfcl  en uro lo pfinlvo tlmt It was not ]iro-  liiil-k- in.i- blou.=ea would remain for  1 hn fii'.iiro dean nnd bOi'iIcc'ihlu for  -io h-ng a period ns In the pnbt.  Dr. Ed ware". Sanger said in New  York:  ' We should not announce cures unless they arc real cures. Imagination plays too great-a I*art in a. patient's-feelings.  . Imagination must always be reckoned with medicine���������sometimes ns a  friend, sometimes as a foe. I know  a doctor who treated an old woman  for typhoid, and on each visit he  took hor Umporaturo by holding a  thermometer under her tongue. One  ���������di.y, when'flho had nearly recovered,  tho doctor did not bother to tako her  temperature nnd ho had hardly got  100 yards from Uio house when her  son culled lilm hack.  Mother is worse, said the man,  Como back at onco.  Tho doctor returned. On his entry into tho sick room tho old woman  looked up at, him with angry and reproachful eycii.  Doctor, tho said, why didn't you  give mo tho Jigger under mo tongue  today? Thac.always dono mo moro  good than all llvo rest ot your trash.  Contest Winners Shortly to''be Announced . *  Though still busily engaged fn the  tremendous task cf reading the letters ��������� received from nearly 20,000  rrchool children In the contest con-  dilclecT- by~ Tlie" "Itemrng ton- "literary  Committee, tho judges are new near:  ing the completion of their painstaking work and will shortly make an-  nouncemci.t'cf winners. The'general' run of the letters Is so excellent  and the determining of superior merit  hi individual cases so difficult, that  the judges have decided to give, in addition to the prizes already scheduled,  first, second and third medals ln each  of the four classes. In a few days  tho awards of these and of tho 2,000  other.prizes offeree-, will be known by  the pupils' who throughout" the country are eagerly awaiting the news.  suffers. Tho sufferer becomes ner  vous anu irritable; the stomach faili  in strength and tho appetite becomes  poor. Food does not give the necessary nourishment, and tho first feeling of weakness passes, as time goes  on, Into a general-breakdown in the  health. The caso of Mrs. Angell-  quo Gagnon, of St. Jerome, Que..  Illustrates tho truth ot theso statements. Mrs. Gagnon says: "I am  fifty years' of age and up to a few  months ago always enjoyed the best  of health. Then I began to feel rundown and weak, without patience or  ambition. Ily appetite grew poor,  and my nerves seemed to bo on edge,  and the least noise or worry would  make mj lri'U.-,ble and nervous. .Life  became an 1 cti'.al burden and I could  no-longer look1'after my household  duties. My doctor prescribed and .ordered, a change, saying that I was a  nervous wreck. I tried.to becomo  Interested ln other things but failed,  and my condition was really deplorable. I continued ln this condition  for several, months, gradually going  down, and as ihy doctor was not helping me I was-easily persuaded by a  friend to try Dr. Williams' Pink Tills.  After taking the pills for a few weeks  _T ������a,.1.1 ������^������.  x���������^Quiu^dc-c  Canadian    Railways    Cancel    Tariffs  Covering Cartage Points In   ..  Dominion  Railway**- of Canada- have 'Issued  notice of cancellation ot tariffs covering cartage points in Canada, effect-  lvo October 1, 1913. On and after' :  that dato shippers and consignees  will bo expected1 to** mako their own  arrangement'* for cartage.  It Is stated that this action on the,  part of tho transportation companies   .  in the result of-lho failure to renew  existing contracts  with .the cartage  companies at present prices, iho latter.  cl.iiming.,that owing to Increased cost  of supplies, labor and- other matters  entering Inlo the performance of tho  service,  tiiey must * havo    increased  compensation.    On   tho   other   hand, --' -  the railways contend that it is iinpos- ���������  sible to increase their burden of such  extra expenses for the very reason  given by tho    cartage    companies���������'  namely, increased expenses.  The change iu conditions at cart-  ago point.* In Canada^ lt is pointed  out, Is ln, lino with practices which  have long ' prevailed at' American o  Cities, where the.public are obliged  to make their own arrangements with  the cartage companies for deliveries  to or "from the railway terminal'.  One of the commonest complaints  of Infants is worms, and the most effective application for them is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Corns are caused by tho pressure of  tight, hoots, but no ono need bo troubled with tliem long when so simple  a remedy as llolloway's Corn Cure is  available.  Boa! Ron every where, an-the gvbnt  llnor madn her powerful courso over  tho AUnnilc.  Oh, captain, camo r*. disconsolate  groan from a seasick piiBsenger, halt  reeling In a deck chair, how far are  we off lan,i;  No answer camo to this remark,  whicli hnd been reiterated several  times that day, ,    "*"  oh ciiplnlu, do   answer   mo���������how  Milo  and  a half,  came  the  gruff  reply.  Tliiink heaven!    In what direction  captain?  A twinkle '���������.'.1110 for n moment. In  tho f.'yn of 1 lio lriiHqiio old'Ron,dog,  Straight down! ho grinned...  9.^ ��������� ���������  Their Aim  I fitippose, snid tho husband, I imp-  poso that you women wnnt to -*. uto,  Just llko men do?  Oh, no, replied hia wife, Mini. Is not  thn point,     Wo want to vole a great.  1         ,     -,       --..       -1,....,     It   ,,    .,.,   ,,     Ar.  UL-.U   ln-n...' 1     * ������������������   I-'  ��������� .  The Remedy |  Sho---fleorgo dear, here's a selcnlint  who Bit.vH the earth Is wabbling on it*  nxls. What do you su|ipo.;o they cniy  do nbout lt? /  George iatiHUiii>.i-- upi 11 up uu*  muff lor, reverse tho lover Mint off Uio  power, lubricate Tho    bearlnjiH    and  tighten tlio wheel cup,  ������,     ,���������--   Editor���������Why do you pei'dlm In enni-  Ing hero? I tell you I don't buy fiction.  Aulliov���������Oil, J don't wish to nc'l  any of mv -.Morion. 1 run wriiliii' n  short !i(.'i!-il entitled", The Uglles-t Mnn  on Kurth,jiand came In merely to obtain local color,  ��������� Odd Uses of Sugar  If nil tho sugar that is eaten In tha  course of a year wero to bo equally  divided,  every  person  In  tho  world  would havo at least twenty pounds.  But besides being usod as food, sugar  has many industrial uses,   It Is tho  cheapest form of a chemically' puro  carbohydrate,  and  is  often used  in  place of nt arch, dextrin, or glucose.  Sugar la frequently put In compounds  for removing and preventing boiler  scale,     lt, Is used in'tho manufacture  of shoo-blacklng, . transparent   soap,  copying-Ink, and Inkrollcrs for print-  presses.     Certain explosives contain  from six to forty per cent, of It.    IL  is employed In dyeing establishments,  by tnunei'lefl for filling leather and ln  a largo number of other Industries.  Sugar has a hardening and strengthening action in morfnr.   Tho mortar  used to rebuild tho Museum of Natural History ln  Horllu consisted of  ono pari lime, one pai'. sand and two  parts sugar.     Kven   a   very   small  (liiantlty, however, oven as little as  ono-qunrtor of ono por cent, exerts a  very harmful effect on cement.  -improvement-^and���������I-  gladly continued using them for a*  couple, of months, when I found-my  health fully restored. I am more  than thankful fcr what Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have done "for me, and I  gladly recommend them to all who  are weak, nervous and run down."  By malting, rich, red blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills euro such cases as  Mrs. Gagnon's. In tin same way  they cure . ervous headaches, neuralgia, Indigestion;- rheumatism, St. Vitus dance,'* and the ailments that come  to growing girls and women of mature  years. If you aro at all unwell start  to-day to cure yourself with Dr. Williams' PinkTills, what thoy havo done  for others they will surely do,for you,  if given a fair trial. Sold by all  druggists or by mail, post paid, nt BO  cents a box or six boxes for 52.RO by  addressing Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.  Tanning by Electricity  A new electric tanning process, in-.  vented by the Swedish scientist, Di\  A. Groth, and applied on a practical  scale in-'an English works', is attract-;  ing much attention,' and one' of the:  prominent electrical firms Is to take  it up for commercial use.  J With this  ���������ttiefchodr-t-he-hldeB-are-puWn-speda.1-  vats along with, metal conductors, so  as to carry out an.electrolytic action,  and this-will tan tho hides in much  less   time   than  usual,  for  instance,  six   weeks   as   compared   to   several  months.      Leather of��������� belter quality  is produced in this way, and tho method gives a perfect and solid,tanning.,  Various electrical devices in ihe shape  of regulators,  also  safety apparatus  for over-current, make the process" almost an automatic ono.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garciet  Cows  In  At first It has boon contended, men  used' bolh arms indifferently, and  thoso who when fighting pushed tho  right pido-iforward had tho advautago  of shielding their hearts'and bo lived  to produce doscemliiiilf-t who Inherited  their tciidene.loH, Ho this ns it may,  (.hero is no doubt that tho two Bides of  lho brain havo different functions, and  right, or' left-handcdnoBS .is by no  means restricted to tho arms nlono.  One Investigator was very often able  to recognlzo loft handedness by tho  examination of tho loft eye, Tho  centro of speecli is on tho loft Bido  of tlio brain of a right handed person  and on tho right sido o������ a left handed  person. Children show unmistakable  evidence of two speech centres, though  ono atrophica owing to tho preference given to 0110 hand. Nevertheless exiiorlmunts show that it can bo  successfully resuscitated.  Minard's Llnfii-.ent Cures Distemper  A Scotch caddie is almost certain  to bo a shrewd observer of men nnd  things, and ho Is frequently gifted  with a sharp tonguo ot his own.  Lang Willie was for many years  a well-known figure on tho St. Andrews golf links. On tho occasion ot  Louis Kossuth's visit to St. Andrews  a public dinner was given In his honor and Wlillo applied for a ticket to  tho balllo who waa In chargo ot tho  arrangements. Tho worthy man  curtly refused tho appllcattdto, saylnj:  to Willie that lt waa uo pln������i6. for tho  likes of him to bo at tho dinner.  N'o for the lilies ot mo? was Willie's  Indignant rejoinder. l'vo been In  tho company ot gentlemen from 11 to  I o'clock maist days for tho last  thirty years, and that's mulr tliun you  am say!  A teacher In a big clemenlary school  had given lessons io an infant class  on the ten (.'ommandmenls. In order  to test their memories r-ho askod:  Can nny llltlo child glvo mo 11 commandment with duly four words In  It?  A h.ind was vr-lsod Immediately.  Well? said tho teacher.  Keep oft' tlio ������������������v'i.hs, wns the reply.  Not Stationary I  A carpenter who had been engaged*  to build 11 cabinet for paper envelope***!  Now its See America First  } Ihought they were going to Eur-  Aluminum Servant of Man  When lho history of our ago Is  written tho story of aluminum Is going lo occupy a prominent page, says  llnrpeiV Weekly. It is quito ns wonderful ns fho story of electrlclry, tho  all-pervading giant that lay hidden  for agf.'B in murky clouds, In masses  of conl, copper and soft Iron, and In  myriads of waterfalls, until Franklin  and Morso nnd KdlHon put lilm In  hiirnoPH and mado him ono of tho  r..oHt Useful and Ingenious servnuls ot  mnn Aluminum, which consulates  i-in-ivlv nnn-lwolfth of iho oaiiJU-crnat,  lay obHCiiro jinti:. Sir humility.* u/ivy.|  in JMift, ik"..i.u<->l llf.ii d.i-*,ii*id inui.y,  clayey r-x-Ks depended upd'n' * uomo  meial as a bnsj. .t,, ,  ./W-^yLar,k'o Lofty Fright  PnT-Ar.'-'Nnvnrli-in officer*", experimenting witli a balloon 0,000 feet nlnlt  noticed a llltlJ black spirit which  roomed to i.ccompatiy llinm nnd which  thoy thought, was 0110 ot tho curds  they carried for throwing out reports  and that the dropping of tho bnlloon  drew it along, but on looking at lho  barometer tiny fuimd that the balloon  wnn rifling and not dropping. Hud-  d.-iily, however, a loud flilrplnrr showed that It was a lurk, whlf. flying at  this extvnovdlnar-, height, had been  frightened by the balloon.  ^doUi^ofi^  commission house wns busy at lils 1   ^hon ,M lupy to11 J0U Uml7  runic whon 0110 of tho bookkeepers Inquired:  I    Is that going lo bo a stationery, cabinet ?  No, I don't think bo, replied iho  worker. At least I havo Instructions  to put eastern on it.  An ordinary piano contains-* about  n milo of wlro, Genlur, wlll yot benefit humanity by Inventing a wlrelest;  piano for amateurs.'  Last November.  Oh, everybody wns going to Uuropo  for iho BtimnH'-.' Inst November.  *i  Johnny, said tho mother soverely,  Bomo ono has taken a big pleco ol  ginger cako ont of tho pantry.  Johnny blushed guiltily.  Oh. Johnny, flho exclaimed. I did  not think It vao In you!  Jt nln't nil, replied Johnny. 1'nit of  U Is ln Klslo.  6  n  n  M  ���������I tdccronhtatf yon thit Bomcthlan Ii WHOM   ,������������������    ���������,������������������,���������, fk  IWiWSSwtkwa wUltm {N*  Whwri ytm f ml -Afc-*-    -ft  coDragedAMltillfliie   H  woxld iMxiiui do ho  Aealitst ywi-Utara  ���������ystem'n way  and Med* HELP*  u  M  Only a (���������heap person  will  tiy  I mako another perton del cheap.  to  0  m  a  M  B  I  It may Imi thnt ynur liver bi tired ind refuwn to work, or year  dlirMtlYB orr*nn burn had too mneh to ilo nm! i������iH>d tarn,  iWnum  you liavol������o������n Milir-if Vim wrong Vin<l of lood, Mid yonr Wood to ton.  1     rich or ImpoverUh-uL Wliat jron nood U ������toalot.  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  will giro Oi������ renolri-d idd. Tone* tint ���������nlira tjrvtam. Tim w������ak atomM-h U  mula iti-on*-". Tha liver vibrate* with n������w llf������i, Thn Hood ia elMn-ud of ill  Impm-llli-* and rtirrltnrenawoA h-Mlth to������v������ry vein and norta and muntla and'  organ of tlia body. No more attack* of  tha "bluoi," Ufa hacomaa worth wMla  ngilu, uul hupc Uiiei* ylacc of despair,.  ���������Hii/if on getting Dr. Piereo't)  Golden Hfdim iHiMotrtf,  settler*Intnedlelne*.  6  6  8  *J^A$$***(?vlWV*/fi,  PtttUUat, WtvWt Dttftattttv  UtUeoi AmeUHatu B*g*U, K Y.  Tnko thliiR.i easy, If they don't^ie-  long to oilicii.  RSeidblidi  ������l������BMWIMMMMMMillliaMMl-WiBlllll������-*l  ���������a  wm \'><  >13  (���������*-*  \*V  I  ���������tTHE-NEWS. CUMBERL'AND. B. C '  ,1  ���������<r  Ask your Druggist or Grocer  to show you the new plan for  killing "all the flies in your  house or store iir one night,  and have neither flies nor fly.  killers about in the daytime.  'Olr.ing on Books  With the exception of minerals it  lo difilcult for one to Unci on tho  earth'--, surface substances that, do  not tempt the appetite of somo sort  of animal. The list o.: queer articles  of diet Includes the earth, which is  munched wllh satisfaction by tho  clay eater, and the walrus hide, which  the Eskimo relishes as much as John  Bull his joint of beef.  li Js not generally known, however, that, men, as well as mice and  bookworms have oaten'dinners that  have consisted onl;  of books.    .  In 1370 13urnado de VIs>contl compelled two Papal delegates to eat tho  bull of excommunication which they  had brought hlni, together with its  silken cords and leader, seal. As the  bull was written '.n parchment, not  paper, 11 was all tho more dlflicult  to, digest.  Thoro was also an American Ren-  era 1 who had signed a note for 2,000  Uorlns, and when it fell due compelled  his creditors . to eat ic. Tho Tartars, when books fall into their' possession-, eat them,.'that thoy may acquire Lho knpwledgo contained in  "them.     -*-..' .    '--  A Scandinavian writer, tho author  of n political book, was soinpelled'tb  choose between being beheaded or  eating his lnanuser.Jpt toiied in broth.  ' Iznac Yolmar, who wrote some spicy  satires against Bernard. Duke of Saxony, wan not allowed the courtesy of  the kitchen, but was forced.,to swallow them' uncooked.  Still' worse was the fate or Philip  Oldeiiburger, a jurist of great renown  who was condemned not only to eat  a pamphlet of his writing, but also  to be.-flogged, during his repast with  orders that "the J Hoggins,* should not  cease until h** r'had swallowed the  last crumb.  Most in[anl*ssare infested by worms,  tvhich , cause great, suffering, and if  not promptly-dealt witli may cause  constitutici.al weaknesses difilcult to  remedy. Miller's Worm Powders  will clear Uio^stomach and bowels of  worma and will so act upon the system that, thei will be no recurrence  of tho li'ou'jle. , And not only this,  but they, will repair the injuries to  the orgiins that worms causo and restore them to soundness.  He Wouldn't Do  W.. wo iv R'oli.R- f.long r.t an awful  speed, he said, I didn't see lhe dog,  but 1 hoard his ki-yl, so I ordered (ho  chauffeur to stop. Going back, we  found au irate-woman standing over  her. dead dog���������one of the ugliest dogs  you eve saw. ' She -not us with a  tirade of strong remarks, telling  us In. no uncertain terms what-'sho  thought, of us and motorlsls In goil-  eral. finishing up by calling us the  murderers ot her dog, lt was Ihen  that I thought I would pacify her.  Madam, I t-a'h, I will replace your  lone of vo!.*o, you fuller yourself.  His Advantage  Thai circus niii'n dora not se?m to  lie"'lh lhe lensl hit afraid of the effect* of n siiree.  Why should he be? Didn't he mar-  rv the snake-charmer?  Doing a Man'a Part  What nro you doing for out cnuse?  fti.kod n suffragette worker,  Doing,  replied   the  man.      1   am  support lug ono of your most embus-  Insih' members,  Quotations That are Wrong'  Somo of the most frequently used  quotations are not quotations at all,  but in many cases convey the opposite meaning of the original wording.  ��������� .Fenimore Cooper, for Instance,  thought he was quoting from the Bible when ho spoko ot an Inscription  being so devised- that ho' who runs  ,may read, signifying that It was easier to run than road. 7 -  If Cooper had looked'In his Bible  he would havo found In tho book of  Ilabakiik that the passage ho tried  to quote was: Write tho vision, and  make it plain that he may run that  readeth it. The.vision was a .warn-,  Ing : nd tho reader was to flee from  danger, but the Cooper version has  survived tho original and practically  put it out of uso.  A popular chronic misquotation is  ihat of the passngo in Iludibras,  which says: He that compiles against  his will Is ot'the samo opinion still.  Authors, and public speakers without  number have twisled that into: A man  convinced against his will is of tho  same opinion still, forgetting tliat a  man who was convinced could not  possibly remain ot the same opinion  Tor if he vns of the t une opinion he  would not be convinced.  Theodore Roosevelt publicly declared ihat Washington iu his farewell address said: To be prepared for war  is the most effective moans to promote  peace, But the first President said  nothing of the sort ln his farewell  address. In his first message to Congress he's\ald: To bo prepared for war  is one of the most effective means of  preserving peace, aud he spoke of otli-  tr .means as -well.-.  Novelists do not seem to be very  strong in their knowledge ��������� of the  Scriptures .somehow, and Sir Walter  Scott, in 'The Heart of Midlothian,'  attempts to point, a moral with the  words: Our simple and unpretending  heroine had the merit of those peacemakers* to'whom iL is promised as a  ffcnodlctlori that they shall inherit the  earth. The, fact is that the peacemakers did not'receive any such promise, but "it is said that the meek  shall inherit the earth.  The Printer Pirates  An instalment agent had sold an  album to every man jn the composing-  room. The terms were 25 cents down  and 25 cents a week,,albums delivered  611 the first payment. We all  promptly sold or'hooked our albums  and declined to pay even the first  weekly instalment. The agent as a  lust resort deckled to complain to  tho foreman. He came into the office about 8 p.m. and' the foreman  spied him as he entered the'composing room. ���������'*,-"  .Boys, said the boss printer in a  tone loud'enough for ,every one in  the room to hear, why are we like  "pirn tcs ?"���������* * ~ '���������: :   We' all gave it up.  Becauseyannou'nced the bo33,. we'll  give  :lie album, man no quarter.  'The' album man turned and* left  and we sa��������� him no more.  ,.-Ai number of men gathered "in the  smoking car of a train,, from Little  Rock to another point in Arkansas  were talking of the food best calculated to sustain health.  . Ono Arkansan, a stout, florid man,  with short, gray hair*and a self-satis-  lied, air, was holding forth In great  stylo.   .  Look at me! hi? exclaimed. Never  hud a day's sickness In my* life. All  due to simple food. Why gents',  from tho time I was twenty to when  I reached forty I lived a' regular lifo.  None of theso effeminate delicacies  for me, No lato hours. Every day,  summer and winter, I went to bed at  9; got,.up at-5. Lived "principally on  corned beef and corn bread. Worked  hard, gen Is���������worked hard from 8 to  I, Then dinner; plain dinner; then  an hour's exorcise, and thon���������  Excuse me, interrupted the s(ranger, who had remained silent,* but  what wero you iu for?  FROM GREAT LAKES  TO THE ROCKIES  'WOME.N  SING THE     PRAISES    OF  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS  Saskatchewan  Lady A^ds Her Testl-  mony to  What' Has Already  Been  Said of the Great Work Dodd'a Kid-  ��������� 'ney Pills are Doing. ,        '   '' "  Caesarytlie,. Sask'. - (Special)���������The  scarcity of female help in a new country 'subjects the women of the prairies to unusual strain, and careful observation has established the fact that  this attain, first mak . itself felt in  the kidneys.. For this, reason Dodd's  Kidney Pills ,\ro making an enviable  reputation from iho Great- Lakes to  tho foothills of tho Rockies,  Everywhere you will find women  sinking ihe praises of tho great Cauadian kidney remedy that has banished their pains and weariness," and  brought them back to health. Among  the many is Mrs. Edgar Coweu, an  estimable lady of this place.  "I have found Dodd's Kidney Pills  very beneficial," Mrs. Coweu states.  "If anything I can say will help any  sufferer I am glad to add my testimonial to what has already been said." '  ��������� The-kidneys strain all the, refuse  material out of the blood. If they  are out of order this refuse remains In  the blood, and becomes poison. That's  why sound kidneys mean pure blood  and good .health. Dodd's Kidney  Pills make sound kidneys.'  -*****���������        1 iih      iiim  Plan for a Larger Milk Yield  What, virtue is there iii hereditary  when- it comes to abundant milk production' per cow? Many a dairyman  notices*a cow if. good; her heifers may  turn out good'milkers, .sometimes they  do not. ' What Is the troublo? Apart  from such considerations as feed,  care and health, look for ono moment  at the possible value of'the sire. If  the cows bred to a particular bull  have dropped good milking progeny;  that bull came from good" milking  ancestry. There is tho virtue of heredity worth thousands of dollars to  our dairying, industry. The melancholy reflection Is that scores of these  good milkers...can be traced to sires  that have been sold for beef long before their real value had become  'known. ,  Every 'dairyman who i3 doing anything at testing his'individual'cows,  and all progressive dairymen appreciate the far reaching benefits of such  study, knows that it.Jwoi.ld bo worth  atleast 1,200 pounds of milk extra per  cow to secure the tight bull. ' All,  members of cow testing associations  should co-operate In the purchase ot  good puro'bred irrires, changing them  T-ouM^frCTTwo^-eal^'irFbXe^e'Ctloii;  and, prove thereby the imr..3iise value'  oLherebty in their own herds. ','  I bought a horse with a supposedly  iiicurab'le ringbone' for $30. Cured  him with $1.00 worth of MINARD'S  LINIMENT and sold'him for $85.00.  Profit on Liniment, $54.00.  MOISE DEROSCE.  Hotel Keeper, St. Philllppe, Que.  Lost Caste  Tin no generations will think l nm  llu1*   President   of the AiiiuiIim  Club,  'ihe whiulo of (ii'iioral Sherman in-nul-  ily rcmiiikcd.  What's tho mailer? ashed Napoleon,  Why  ('nrnegh  has  abolished  war  nnd Ihe theologian**   hnvo   abolished  hell, replied Sherman,  Maniimi, asked Willie, now Ihat I  have been a wood boy In Sunday  school, you don't dlstnisl nio tiny  more, r.i vou?  No, Willie; 1 feel thnt I e; n trust  ���������my llltlo man now.  Then why do you keep*the pantry  duor locked?  A lady was looking for her liunbiind,  uud huiulred anxiously of tho housemaid: Do yo 1 huppoti to know anything of your master's whcreabouti*''  I nm not. sure, mum, replied lho  cni'afuRlomoi-llo, bull Y .ik ihey are  in Ui. ii-!*...  Where C:lleges Fail  ......   effort  to  bonefll,  tho   nation  must be made through tho child. To  enlarge further the scopo ot agricultural touching lu the high bcIiooIb or  the universities will gain but llltlo for  tho peoplo. Such effort will but develop the latest talent ot tho fow, who  wlll soon begin to exploit their knowledge for personal ends,  Knowledge acquired aftor 10 lacks  ihe elements of .unselfishness, Such  knowledge lends toward self centering ends, It Is a waste to give moro  to Institutions for higher learning, for  they hnve nlrondy proved themselves  Inndiquale In developing a conscious  'citizenship..  The college graduate Is not always  n dec.ralik' nitiuhnient to a \orklng  community, Export knowledge wj  must have, but the expert who has  not learned throughHlolng, lucks balance, the soul ballast thnt streams of  Hwoiit and eoi-dod iuuhcIcb give to the  man who (���������(���������t-nli-'.es lifo through.ihe h-  velopuu'itl of both tho menial und physical ai.lf, a life rounded by experience and contact with actualities'.  lovel Musketry Practice  A report comos'from Vienna of the  utilisation ot the cinematograph for  instruction in' muskotry. Tho firing  squad Is posted in front of a cinematograph Bcreen, and a moving* colored  plcturo ot the battlefield Is thrown on  lt from behind them. ��������� Each man has  to pick up his target, tako aim and  flro. When a shot Is fired tho film  stops for a second, and the hole made  by tho bullet lu lho screen Is Illuminated by a flashlight behind it, which  shows the position of -tho hit with  reference to tho large.t.  Answered  Pa,'what Is meant by IdL* curiosity?  A /ory good oxamplo of idlo curiosity  my son, Is a twolvo-dollar a week  shoo clerk asking tho price of 1 ".*.;>���������  mobile tiros. .  if  VOUR  DIULI-It  b  Ih  NAP  THE HANDY HAND CLEANE It  Keep 11 can ft ymtr oflii-e, workf.ln.ii cr  home, Alwayi Ntnliil, mititrntii". <..,k*4  tur your li-itxU. All lx-alm wil Siup,  SNIP COirMNV. IIKIUD, . Unnlrrsl,  Sou ol the houso to taller���������I want  to h(-d yo.i Vos father says you mndo  yourself.  Culler���������Yos, my Ind, and i am proud  of ��������������������������� ' ,      ...  Hon of the houso���������H-bul why did  you do It like ihat?  Major UmiRKtlcIc (of Indian Army).*  Tttll >i)iii- tiuoiUuiiii'U'i' Hud now I'nt  homo I Hliall bo pleased to help hlni,  if he'd like H, wllh Held work and ho  en.  llo.-ncr���������-Thanks, nwfully, dad, but  ���������oi���������ar*-* you quid* u*)-t<Hliito? Drills  an* nlli'ivil 11 lot since .uni were 1101110  l!IHt. fl  The equator Is an I in 11 Binary line,  running around the earth, said tho  boy who likes to lei' what ho has  leiirr.od at school,  An imaginary lino, ropoalul tho  great railway ilnnnck--, absent-mindedly.     Wl.o Is promoting li?  Aiint--llow's this, Hobby? I hear  thnt the little boy noxl door gets promoted nt school much oflenor than you  do.  Hobby--Well, Ills father'*! n promoter,  PRIMITIVE  NAVIGATION  Marines Who Sail Us������ Guesswork In  Figuring Longitude  <,The.French sea captains wl.o bring*  their vessels across the Atlantic every  spring to ash on tho Newfoundland  banks navigate almost exactly as* they  did In the da>*3 of Columb ;. Ot the  2S0 Prenc:. sailing vessels, on the  banks last year L'-lO wei-3 fitted out  in Normandy and Brittany. Their  captains found Iheir way across the  trackless wastes of the ocean, without  difficulty.   .  They yikojobservalions for latitude,  but they-have no chronometers and  aro unable to tell their longitude except by guesswork. On the westward  voyage -they can tell by soundings  when they arrlv- at the banks. On  tho return voyige in lho fall thoroughly 'estimate their position when  they cross the Janes of the transatlantic liners converging toward I.'. 1  Kngllsh channel. In spit) of this  primitive ���������navigation these skippers  reach port in.,safety year aftor year.  * There are about 7,500 men engaged  in this fishery. They leave Franco iu  March, and tho voyage lakes from  fourteen to forty-five days, according  to (he w?acher. They return In* tho  fall, and their total earnings for tho  seven mouths average not nioro-tlui'i  $150..  An Ingenious Fro*}  Away* down in Brazil thero 'It .-.  species of tree, frog that builds its  nest In the water. This nest is a  sort of forllficatlon'for the protection  of the frog's eggs and later for its  young, The fortification Is built in  this manner: Mrs. Frog starts at the  bottom ct a pond or stream and lays  a solid wall, pehaps two Inches thick  at tho foundation: This wall is built  circular and gets a bit less In width'  a3 It nearsthe top which reaches some  Inches above "the water, and is open  to admit air and light. It is a sort  of tube-like inclosure, not very wide  across, but plenty large enough io let  the young stay inside after Latching  till thoy are able to look out for  themselves.  The tops of these little mud-nests  sticking out of the water resembles  the cratera of miniature volcanoes.  They are built so compactly'that the  water does net melt them away for a  long time after tho eggs deposited, in  them are hatched and the" young'gone  forth.      ' ���������'  Make or Break. Them  ' A witness iu a particular case hao.  been examined ky the lawyer of the  plaintiff and was turned over to the  lawyer for.the defence for-cross-examination . ' ,    ���������', .h -  Now. then,,Mr.' Smith, began the  legal one, what did I understand you  -to-saythTit~your~pecupatioii-i8J;���������7  T am a piano finisher, answe-ed tho  witness.  .  Yes, I see, persisted the lawyer, but  ycu uust be more definite., Do you  polish them or-do you move them?  In 'Prison of Silence.'  Entombed'In a grim castle on the  outskirts of Lisbon arc some of tho  most miserable men on earth. Theso  are inmates of Portugal's prison.ot  silence. In this building everything  that human ingenuity can suggest lo  render the lives of its prisoners a  horrible, maddening torture is done.  The corridors, piled tier on tier five  stories high, extend from a common  centre like the'spokes ot *a huge  wheel. The ceiis aro narrow, tomblike, am*, within each "atands a collin,  says an exchange. The attendants  creep aboiit In felt slippers, No ono  Is allowed to utter a word. Tho silence is that .of the grave. Onco a  day the cell doors aro unlocked and  the BOO wretches march out, clothed  In shrouds nnd with faces covered, by  masks, for ir. is part ot this hideous  punishment ihat none may look upon  the countenances of his follow prisoners, Few of them endure this lor-  turo for moro than 10 years.  Tho Brighter Side  Well, chuckled tho optimistic failure.   1 Iiuvj got one satisfaction.  And what's lhat? askod tho sympathetic friend.  If I had succeeded I should probably have mado a nuisance of niysolf  tolling pooplo that I was a Bclf-mndu  man, . ���������  W. N. U. 001  Grose Careles-aneR*-*  HlU'fi going to sue the i-onip-iny I'or  dnmag.'S,  Why, whnt did Ihey do to hlpi?  The*, blew ilii- i-.iUiiii' ���������iilil.ii'.i: viliiji!  he was currying a heavy pleo? ot Iron  an 1 he dropped It on hl-i f-")',  Culler -In your father nt hiine?  Llu li������ Uau-'hter���������What U jour  name, plensf?  Caller-Just tell him It Is his old  frl.iul DHL  I.lUIo IWti'htor-Thon t l-now hn  nih't at homo. I hi-unl hint i������*l| mamma   if  any   Mil   cntini  he   wasn't   nt  llvIlW.  A Sure Remedy  Tho story Is told unit, when M.  Polnciilro, the now president, at tho  French Republic, first entered politics  ono ut' Ills political opponents taunled  him Willi his youthfiilnoBH.  I may bo young, M, Polne.ilre ropliod, but 1 promU-o you that Homo-  thing Rlia!'. bo dono ovory dny U  wipe out that dlsadvatitiiKO.  In tilt, 6lui>iri  Ti.\> Xi.-aro won riiiDi* up )'��������� lho outskirts of a crowd, where n cindidiite  wan makln*; a campaign speech.  After listening to tho spcudi for  about, leu minutes, ono of them uun-  ed to his companion, and asked: Who  nm <wu -in.-', rianiuu!  Ah, don't know what his namo am,  Sambo replied, hut ho certainly do  I'pcoinnion hlfisolf mos' highly.  Don't, you Adore lbseu? deniaiuli'd  tho Chicago girl.  Vo-i, fnlt'-'rei! rlir- TUvdnn iliiniNi*'!,  I don't always got lilm. tlimiah.  Tho Youngs had dropped lu unexpectedly upon tho Ralleys'Just as (Hanoi' wall about to ho served. Mother  who was somowliat disturbed, called  Helen aside and explained that there  would not bo oysters enough to go  round, and milled: Now, you anil I  will Just, Imvo some ol' tho broth, And  please not1 innko any fuss about It at  table.  Littlo .Melon promised to bo good  and sny nothing. Hut when tho oyster* ��������� weni nerved Helen discovered n  small one that hud been uuclduiitnlly  ladled up with lu-r broth, Hho could  not reniiMtibu' any lust, ucllona thai  e.ovi'ii'it this contingency, ho, after  studying tlio situation a while, Hho  held tho oyster up as high as she  could on hor spoon ai.d piped out:"  Mamma, inaiiiinu,   shouldn't   .Mrsf  Young hnvo this oyster, too?  ARROW jand  NITRO CLUB  Made, in  Canada  VJ^HAT- do you pay for in shot-  4,        shells?    Why, plainly for  shooting  Equality which means accurate loads, uniformity, sure  fire, care and experience in the making.  Then specify Reminston-UMC-Canadian made! from our new  factory at Windsor, Ontario. Arrow or NitroCluh smokeless loads.  Slightly higher in cost���������more reliable in lhe field.  Wo will hp |}l������d lo ������end n booklet eiplftininff simply many (eelmiiisl po'inl**- of nmmu-  muon m.imitftCtur-V Your namo nnd uddrcn on a post-csid bring* it by icturn nmil  Rcmington-Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario  <> ���������*^*"-"'*"--*** mnu niMiininimiiwugii���������in mi-mi ���������    POISONOUS MATCHES ARE PASSING AWAY  Dangerous   chemicals are  not used  In, tip- "  '  ping EDDY'S Ses-qui Safe Light matches.  Seo that you get EDDY'S and no other  "Jii9t  a3 good."  Safety���������In Its complete sense���������is absolutely guaranteed, but vou must ask for  EDDY'S new     " '' ��������� c  Your  Dealer  Has Them  .:--���������-. -**;���������' ������������������--���������  ^ky^\  "Ses-qui"  Matches  vy--,.7  fei%rr:  J? Canadianvij'iran  - '"Orfe'iv^y*- offitf'impli of the potato,*' -iinforae-^ui&jJ./ William Cobbett,  no't-somuclvas a food, but as a raean.3'  oEjn*. /aoir. Coal is -giving out; petrol is going up in price and down in  ���������production-?-"TItd supply-pf"boni���������is  limited and must come to an-end, but  there com *s the cheer that alcohol  will bc tlio motive force of the future.  Petrol and coiJ may give out, but the  earth will always grow potatoes. Potatoes can produce alcohol ami alcohol can drive engines. In the potato we seem to havo discovered the  secret of perpetual motion.  ���������  Real Gratitude  -Pessimists declare lhat the days of  gay romance nro' dead���������that (here Is  no spirit of chivalry left * In tho  breasts of tlio men of modern times.  Tlioy aro all wi*on0'. Hero wfl liavo  the story in the daily papers that a  man in Ohio left-all his money to tho  girl who refused to' marry him years  ago.    'That's gratitude'for you!'  Hard to Tell  There were a lot of old hIioos on  the stroot when 1 went out tills morn-  ing.  Wedding- or 11 cat fight, do yon suppose?  Altruistic  Rose���������no-said ho would UJss me or  die in tho ..tu-nipL.  Marie���������Well?  Roso���������Ilo has no lire-Insurance, and  I pitlod his poor old mother.  Why don't women  droHS sensibly?  If Ihey did, halt tlie Indiinlrlos of  lho world would go lo flniauh.  'wiaoKiiy���������I want a dramatic sketch  with forty horolne-i In it.  Sketch WrlU-r~l*Virly heroines?  Wlsogiiy���������Yes-, sir. Wo hnvo forly  younu Indies in our drnmntln club.and  they all want to pluy thu l-'iid,  Ili-owni*-~A man ..linn got to be nn  awful liar to ho popular.  Towne���������WW bo?  llro who���������lli'ciuiHO no man rr.n unln  popularity hy lolling people ilio I ruth  nhiiut thi'iuni'lvoH.  You treat thnt gentloiiinii very ro*  Bpoi'tfully.  Vi'n, h**'n -mo of our early Hotlloi's.  An early bet tier? Why iiiuii, he a  nui nii'io iii.-i'i forty yni-i "hi.  No, but ho payn his hills on tin.'  flrut of ovory month.  Mlsoed Nothing  Uo niid'sho arrlvml In tlio lll'lli Inn  I iig.  Ilo (to a fiinl���������Whitt'H tho mro'l  Kan���������"NoIIiIiib lo noihlng.  Sho--Uoody!   Wo havi-n't mUiied a  tii Inn!  .. .j '  'No Hope   .'-   -  ., i .  . Mr. Subbubs���������I'm afraid our garden  is going to be a failure. .��������� ���������-���������.-������  Mrs.  SuJ)bub3-^Why do you  U1I11U  80!- ,   .     ��������� , ���������'  ���������Mr.   Subbubs���������.Even*, the neighbors'  :cuiclron8~dorrt���������aeeni-to- taivc"aTvyT-TiF"  terest in it. ��������� '��������� -   ���������  Comfort for the Dyspeptic���������-Thorn  is no ailment so harassing and exhausting as dyspepsia, which arises''  from defective acllcu of the stomach  and liver, and the victim of it As to  be pitied. Yet he can iind. ready relief in Parmelee's' Vegetal*'. * Pliis,, ii  preparation that has established itself  by years of effective use., There are  pills that aro widely advortised as  tho greatest iver compounded, but  not i-no of them can, rani*; hi value  with Pai-melce's. ,, ���������     ' .  ��������� Her Portrait  Tho painstaking artist, anxious to  please,, remarked to prospective customer: X;  I can paint you a-portrait of your  wlfo which will bo a speaking like-'  ness.  H'm. Couldn't you do it .In what  Ihey call still life?     *  It may ho better to give than to  receive, but fow of us are In 11 position to keep It up indefinitely.  Good Advice  A yonug lawyor who hns recently  hung out his shlnglo hero, was retained by a criminal with $5 and a  vory poor defense,*  Well, you got a case, son, s,.ld hi*  proud fntfior.  Yes, dad,  And what advice did you glvo your  client?  After listening to his ulory l collected whnt monoy ho had and advised hlni to retnlii a more oxporlci'.i.:*  cd lawyer.  Why Ilrldget, you surely don'l consider thai you hnvo . cli'iuu'il ilmsc  windows properly?  Sure, I washed Vui nicely nu the In-'  kI-.Ii.1.  muni,  1.0 wo cun  lool;  oui,  ro.,  piled Ilrldgft, hut  1  Intentionally ������������������lift.  flilnt a llttlu dirty on the outside so  thlni Ignorant   Joncrf    I'hlldivu    nlxi,  door I'ouliln't look in.  Mrs, 'I'l'i'tei���������You can't keep n Job  for j011 ncvi'i* sot'iii liivd wiih eiiiliu*  slam.  Mr. IVhIim'"-I was fo-dny. You  Hhouhl have noon the* cnihiisliiHiii tho  boss dli-pluyed tu hrlng inn.  Tired and Weak  Nerves Exhausted  Try Murine Eye Remedy  If yo������ havo Red, Weak, NVutery F.yes  j or Cranulatcd Kyclldu. Doesn't Smart  I ���������Soothes Kyo Tain. DniKfjist** Hull  j Muriiia liyo Remedy, Liquid, '&i, SOc.  , Muii'iib Iiye tiiilvi- In AhcplU. Ti.l.ct,  125c, SOc.    Kyo Hook.** I'reo hy Mail.  An Ky* T6nU Oetit lor All Cyt* Out N.o-I C������r������  (H-urln-* Eira JVtmedrr Co., Chlcaito  Tlu -.notor him ntoppcd and tho com  1i>r.i,i��������� I . Ar., 1   nvtin'-l'itiill' nn Mwi "tnin  but no ono de-icondod and at hint ho  stalked up Impatiently.  ���������rare* you, ho nald to a man on top,  don't you want Went minuter Abbey?  Yos; was tho reply.  W-,'11. rutorted tho conductr, como  down for It. I can't hrlng ll on tho  bus i'or you.  fieorgln lawyer (lo rr-lirr-d prison-  en���������Well, Roh, flo you want mo to  defend you.   Havo you any money?  lliiiitua���������No: l"t 1*80 got a ninl.*,  and a few clilclcena, nnd 0 hop: or two,  I.;i*>vr���������Tluwe will do very nicely,  Son; J.-r me 100, what do they net'iito  yon of rfti'iillng?  nastiifl���������Oh, .". miili*. and a f������w chicken n and a ho:: or two.  The reelings of fntigin* and Iriimuor  which ovoriiomo ho many peoplo at  thin Hiiisuii of the year tell of the exhausted condition of lho nurvoH,*  It Ih Impot'Slblo to keep up Um net-  .        ,-,-     -     ..    .111.    t, 111, ���������   , i*  t-fll     *./.     ������,*S'.     ..V.-.V-     ..I.-4     ..I*.       l-.-n;      *^*  the nerves when tho hlood In Ihln  and'watery, nnd this Is why nearly  'everybody needs tonic treatment In  the iiprlng,  Somo of tho Hjmptnins* are vohIIo-w-  r.oss, piirposi'lohs activity, liifloiniila,  absoiit*mIndi'ilness, tired gull, luck (t  aiiiMtlon and enthusiasm, head-ache  and neuralglr. pains, dynpoiiKln nnd  l'c''tin!{H of languor uud iic|i;-CH*iioii.  Monotony of work nnd mnnliil '-vt:-  Htr.-ilii or woiry sap the liervoiis system, ns doi'H iiIho thn ittreinifiiiHiiOM'  of modern l\1o, wluahor In llio-biisl*  wft or .-nelril world.  Morn nud moro mon and wom<Tt  art-* obliged to sci tho asiibtanci: of  siiirli comreulrnled foods as Dr.*  Chime's Nr-rv*- l-'ood to restore vitality.  is,  11.    11,. 1  .... 1  ,,.,..*,, -  Such treatnunt Is nrcossi ry, he.  cause diseases of tho ncrveH do not  right theinselveH. As nervo foren  runs low the dlgeii'.ivo sysitem tails to  extrnct Ilio necessary nutrition from  the food. Or. (.'hiifle's Nervo Food  Hiijiplles In eondciised form   lhe   ln<  ] gredlcnti     required,    and    rcstorcj  I health.  A Hul" piitieuci. \t iif*ci'risiir in  iti nt Ing ilt.ienses of the nerves ami  rest helps to I'Mtore strensth. Ymi  can ho   uro of lasting be no lie In I re*  milu wbCtt ywjiUS'Jri'-.ciHwpt  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  fU������ rents n hnv,    for $0.r*0 nl nil il^nlrrn.    <"r K-lni'iiHiin,    Hales  A    Co.,  J.liul'i'il, Toronto. THE NEWS. 'Cira-tBERTJAND. B. a  AMENDS  " \ By E.���������R. Punshon  Ward, Lock & Co., Llmltvd  u������   London, Melbourne & Toronto//  (CoattnueC)  He slnlik .\\vay from -her voice of,  *rorn and her" flashing eyes; and ho  loll that h'i haitd, all'tho'world, and  iha*. Cod hated 1.1m. lie remembered  how* only,, ihe dhuy beforo Joan had  looked'at him with such dllfcront eyes  and liad* spoken to him in such differ-  , tiu t'jHe.-i. it struck him with amaze-  mem thai In so short a lime he could  have mado.her'change so utterly-���������lu  l'.!s ni.iul he went,over again the "various'*--ii*<is by'which ho" had lost her  I'riendi-liip and trust that ho no\v*'uu-  ' Utl's.oad he had, valued mora than anything else In* the world'! .'  ���������" ;1-h- used to trust me, ho said to  hlim*.* If Willi great bitterness. No ono  ever ii listed mo but her���������and now she  don't' neither. - ���������  ���������Ho tar aa il was possible for her'to  do *so, Joan ' :pt a look out for herself'in- the hope of seeing Th..*old if  he-should ^come. But sho could not  always be   Batching;   and so it.hap-  " yened that she was quite unprepared  when,0ii)to the drawi: 3-room," where  she had just' "gone lo look for a book  her���������mother wanted, there \vas.-sho\vn  Thorold himself.       "       ' '   ��������� ' ,  Mr. Thorold* Green announced" in'  his  best .manner,',nnd shot a glance  , at Jean lo see what she thought of j  - ������  The  expression "of  her .face quite  satisfied,him and-he .shut the door up-"!  c:i theni with a bang; arid yet hardly  done so before he fell Into a fresh fit  of anger and, jealousy.        ���������* *���������'  ���������    Joan hacl had her"back to the door-  ' but she turned sharply,as, she heard  -Thcrcld's name...o For, a moment,they  faced each other and only their'eyes'  'spoke, and how, it came about Thorold  never-, knew  nor Joan* either, but all,  in a moment as-it seemed she found  herself enfolded in his arms.   *. '  ;   Ah, .no, she cried, stiirtryirig-to rc-  "sist, and 'sho mado, him', a.gesture of*  command lo leave her,;   "    ���������  But l.er ' eyes spoke more truly  than her gesture, and Thorold held,her  fiii-rnly, fiercely,'and in that moment  ���������ill his existence was one cry oftri-  - uniph. There was a fear" came to  Jean   as  she  felt .herself lield^ with  * such a���������, resolute* and triumphant  f'trcngth" but yet, it'was ayfea'i\s'weet  and tejuler..- On a sudden'she gave  'Mov,-, soft lati^Ji, and hearing'it,'lie  ���������IfLVPfT hei*  grre-ntjlv.1 ' , 1  " ' JUy own, L\f-^hispered as he'strain-^  'cd her ,to,jIii-m.-  (, My own-^oh, fi-om"  ' lhe  lirst Jn\om_**nt ,1' sa\v> you,I knew  '  you were, for me���������f.or me*.  , Joan did 'not speak, "hut was con-  le.it to feel his* love surround her as  his arms embraced and held her. She  \y,ho ull iie'r-lU'^lO'iig had been forced,  to stand alone and struggle by herself  found it very pleasant to be thus held  liko r. little child���������even though breathing liad-become a slight difficulty, and  . she was not quite certain that a rib  or .two was not broken she certainly  - did ' ot: ask herself whether she returned this passionate love she could  fej.'l-throbbing  in ���������evcry ,vein of the  1,]'ig"ina!,i's body.    She only, know that  *' it. 'seemed' she  belonged  to him���������at  ' least, if lio wished II, ancl could win  t'i.er���������aiul-it seemed' tliat* he did wish  it, and. had woh her, itnd she^vaa content, ,) -, y    '  My own, ho whispered again. Joan,  yon ai'Vmino and 1 lovo you. ;  It i.hrillcd ;hcr tl'ial. ho asked nothing  .hut, onlyymade hiS,demands lib if she  coull not, help hut granUhem, Never  iheUss, Klio-'Hliook her head and spoke  wiih a Kisli''.  'O'l.ly lifcton,"!."ho said, before there  can be anylhlug���������ah, there is much  that I must ioil you.  'Onlv one tiling, hoManswei*od quickly,    "Only ono< thing���������that you lovo  mo, , ij''' ,;  Viu, ,-jho '-yon with a tender look  at him, and then ibty wero interrupted by the sudden opening of the  door.  Miss Rose, announced Green,' and  his face was scowling and heavy ns  he looked from one to the other, and  noted how awkwardly they sprang  apart.  But Dora had seen also, and Bhe  came towards them' with excited eyes  and eager parted lips, and unable to  keep still she did a Eort of little dance  in front of tliem.  Oh, -is it truo? she cried. Oh, has lt  really happened? Oh, you dear creatures, I knew It was coming. Oh,  how sweet, and she made a sudden  rush at Joan and hugged her vehemently, and then with a gay laugh of  sheer delight sho ran away back to  the door.  Oh, I'll bc off, .slio cried. I can  see when I'm In the way, 'thank you,  and whon I'm wanted, then perhaps  I'll come ngaln, nnd I will just run up  to havo a peep at your mother, Joan,  and oh 1 am just glad and do , you  know, Joan, 1 lhink.lt wlll havo,to be  white satin���������yes, said Dora with a  grave and serious nod of.hor'hcad.  Certainly it will have to bo white  satin. o  Oh, Dora, dear, protest������-*'. Joan,  somewhat overwhelmed. ���������  Oh, Joan, dear, laughed Dora, nnd  was just opening the door when a  cab drew up outside.  Thorold, who had been standing  since Dora's appearance with .'. somewhat sheepish but voryhappy expression on his face, glanced out of the  window with somo relief at the-prospect of, a'' **.lversIon, and then exclaimed i:*. surprised tones:  .  Why, it's "Mayne.  Oh,, how sweet, cried Dora, running  lb the window. He must have followed mc, and I* wondered where he was  because I have not seen him all (lay  and he promised to, come for me at  ten, but he didn't, and I shall just  scold him well for forgetting, ao now  I suppose, he must have followed ine  here, but isn't he a long time knocking?     '���������'  Looking rather puzzled, Dora ran  to the door of the room and opened  it. But still there was, no knock';  and impatiently crossing the hall she  flung open the front door.  The street u-as deserted, the empty  ca'j was driving slowly away, and 110-  wher) was there any' sign of Wilton  Mayne. Dora's cry of astonishment  brought Thorold and Joan to her side.  Oh, Jo.an, where -is he? Dora exclaimed frightenedly.. Oh, you must  have been i.iistaken.  Why, how-strange, exclaimed Joan,  looking round her. But it was he���������  was it not? she added to Thorold.  Undoubtedly,' replied Thorold, who  looked as puzzled as the two girls.  1 did not see his .face distinctly, it is  true, but I am, certain it was he all  tb.e_- same. .'    '  ���������So am I, exclaimed Joan, and then  added as she saw -the fear and,'fore-  -bodiny-on���������Borahs���������face-.w-heiiazJiU-hefc  to had never been anything but  brightness and laughter and joy. But.  -.. e must' have been mistaken. It  must have been 6omeone elso.  But, if so, said Thorold slowly,  even supposing it was somecr.e else,  where is the someone else? The cab  certainly stopped in������������������ front and certainly put someone down, and yet  thore is no one visible���������lt is strange.  They stood looking blankly at each  other, and at the empty street, and  they were oppressed by a vague sense  of foreboding and evil.  *lie  oap  For Baby's Skin  Is Cuticura Soap  f N lho care of  baby'a skin and  hair, Cuticura  JJ Soap is (.he  Are you ready, Joan? Dora interrupted, and then added, for Bhe was quick  enough at Beeing things, and understood vory well what Thorold'u feelings were: but please don't come If  Mr. Thorold does not- wish you" to.  No doubt I am very foolish and everything Is all right, and It's quite common* for people to vanish right under  one's eyes, and I am sure I hope so,  and bo pleaso don't troublo to como  with me, Joan dear.  (To be  Continued)  , ������^ ���������  --���������Tn.i-1   ���������    ��������� 11���������,��������� ���������in������������������ m 7-  Owning  the   Farm .or, Being  Owned  by -*  When the plain truth is written It  must bo stated that the magnificent  prairies are Inhabited ln largo measure by people who, are very materialistic ln the!.1 tastes and thinking, ln  tho hurry and excitement.of making  good on the homestead,'th-*** finer sensibilities are ' frequently dulled, and  many forget that worthy citizenship  is not, simply a matter of making a  living, but of living a lifo. We need  moro frequently to bo reminded that  man does not live by bread nlono���������  that we havo other, needs than tlie  mere vulgar necessity of three meals  a day, and a placo to Bleep at night.  Tlie farmer nnd his wlfo who decide  that so far as, tholr house is concerned the esthetic, the beautiful, the love  of., truth and goodness, the pleasure of  pure and innocent fun,-tho'comradeship of worthy books, tho gladness of  music, the mirth t. laughter the mysterious awe which comes over those  who take lime to pry into Nature's  wonderland���������-we say that the farmer  and Ms wifo who decide that these  things are legitimate and desirable���������  that they are worth taking timo for  ���������such persons as these make no mistake. . '  ��������� There are many   farm   homes   ln  which' far too great a premium is put  upon that quality of character which  Is misnamed ��������� industry..   The   father  takes pride in the fact that his boys  are  everlastingly  on  the   grindstone  from  dawn   to  dusk, and  that  they  have no'timefor gadding.    Ho prides  himself that they are-hard workers.  And yet his sons are mere drudges.  They may hold the record for a big  day's stooking but they know nothing  about  books   or   flowers   or  tho  relaxation of an Idlo day with a fishing  rod.      They pass by, unnoticed, the  sunlit ripples and the. "cool, deep shadows of the farm brook;   they never  look up to- behold the glory of the  ���������sunset;   they  know not the cunning  ways*  of,the bee, nor the wonderful  world, or plant life about their feet;  they are just common drudges,'work-  in;.!; ah day long ln God's  wonderful  laboratory,   hut  with, eyes  that  are  liolden that they may not see. *  We mako 10 plea for mere Idling.  Pure JmloliT.co is always a crime.  And frequently it. leads to other  crimes worse even than itself. But.  there is no indolence in an hour now  aud then with the children in gather-  ���������rirgr"naranig~and-a-dmii-ing-t-he--prair-ie-  flowers; in an effort, to surround the  other things of beauty; and'in a word  to live in companionship with the  farm, regarding It not 'merely for Its  mercenary value, but also for Its delightful associations nnd constant  round of interest and o������ surprise,  There are some families who really  own their farm and enjoy it; but there  are other families who think they own  a farm, but who in reality are owned  by it, and have become its slave.���������  Nor-Wcst Farmer.  Origin of Irish Lace  . Irian lace originated from the failure ot the potato crop tliat caused the  famine of 18-16. The abbess of a convent ln County Cork, looking about  for' some'lucrative employment to  help the half-starved children who attended her schools, unravelled thread  by thread a scrap ot point de Milan,  and finally mastered tho complicated,  details. Bhe then -selected the girls  who were quickest of needlework and  taught tliem what ehe had painfully  learned. -The now Industry prospered, and one of tho pupils, ln a par-  donablo bull, declared that lt lt had  not been for the famine wo would all  liavo been starved.  Who Was He?  Father, said a boy of twelve, who  was Shylcck?  . What, exclaimed hia , father, havo  I sent you to Sunday school for tho  past six years, only to havo you ask  me who Shylock was? Shame,-on  you! Got. your Bible and And out  this minute I  Customer���������I want a  ton  cf coal.  Dealer���������Yes, sir.     What b!zc?  Customer���������Well, If It's not asking  to-- much, I'd llko to havo a 2000  pound ton.  1 His Dusy Time  Doctor, why don't you take a vacation?  I can't now, my patients,need me.  TU-ty are beginning to como back  from their vacations.*  ���������' He���������Does your father know I expect  to ask him for your hand? *  She���������I'think he does. He is practicing for halt an hour every morning  with  dumb-bells.      ������  ���������' ���������  Life In Macedonia  We tir<JH early ono February morning and left oi r fairly clean hotel  ln NeapoHs for four liours of. travel  over, the luodern road near-tho Via  Egnatla, ^'hlch should tako us to ancient PU-Uppl. Oiir vehicle was a  somewhat dilapidated hack, bucIi aa  America'1** are familiar with at almost  "every considerable rallwav station but  surprlgiflEly comfortable conveyance  for this Part of tho world. Rattling  down -gOhie eteep, roughly paved  streets ���������"���������'a came to tho centre of tlie  great R0������.ian aqueduct and,ascended  another P*-eep street on the other side  of the i*Mrket place'.  Early fta it was, we found that tha  people'of ICavalla, were up and doing,  The 6tp.l-a of the fruit mon were attractive ^Ith oranges, pomegranates,  lemons -Mid dates. Tho .vegetable  dealers displayed a tempting array < 1  caulIflo\Vei-s, cabbages, onions, okra,  leeks tin" potatoes,  As Jn nil eastern cities, thero,w.ib  no prlvacJ*. Tho cook was preparing  his brcf-'tfast on the sidewalk. u*-0  shoe-nin^r was Plying his awl, tho  tailor hi9 needle, and the blacksmith  was sh0������liig his horses almost in the  very ::tfeH.  From a second-hand book catalogue:  Dickens (C)��������� Pic-Nic Papers.  Just the thing to wrap sandwiches  in. '      .    *   *  )  \  X-SAtd$ ������1",-h''."s fa-  I^CxfeK vouri'.,!.    Not  ���������--.������;.-..,��������������������� nnlv in it' nun.  /  only ifi it unrivaled in purity ancl refreshing  fragrance, but its gentle'emollient properties render it of  great value in, promoting skin  and hair health generally. For  ihclrcr.lnicn! ^f c,r:-eiv.!.\'- vtv'hc'*-.  und other ili-hi.%', burning infantile eruption:-, warm baths  with Cuticura Soap, followed  by gentle applications of Cuti-  0'    1 1       *I1,. ,17 ,���������  lIlilliCiauitH, iiunj vi.U-  live when other methods fail.  Cuticura Soap wears to a wafer,  often outlasting several cakes  of ordinary soap and making  its use most economical.  CiUc-ura Po.ip nnd Olnlinr-nt nro i/ild  tliriiiif'hr'iit tho world. A llbmil wini|iUi of  fiurli, with Sil-imB*** booUlot on tlio earn und  trvnfrii'fif fif tho -.I'ln nml wnlp, n*nt im'.t-  Ttro. Addrt'si; J'l'tUT UniK������t Clieui, Corp.j  / -IUM. ItiV, bouton, U. 8. A.  W,  N. U. 061  *     CHAPTER XVII  Thc'Second Time  Although this Incident of Wilton  Mayno's inexplicable" disappearance  was In itself trivial enough, and  though thoy said to each othor several  times over that, no doubt there was  soma perfectly simple explanation, yel  nemo the los3 it mado upon them an  impression at onco sinister and  thrcatei.ing. It was as though they  clearly perceived lurking behind'what  had happened something ominous and  evil, against which they felt, it necessary to be ������n their guard without In  the least undcrsianding how or why  or whence* danger from lt could  threaten them.  Dora, in especial, was much disturbed, nnd showed 11, with a selfishness  not unnatural In thoso used only to  happiness when at, last misfortune  finds them out. Sho clung to Joan  llko a frightened child, she demanded  nil her attention, sho plainly resented  tho least thought, that had not her and  l.er nffalrs for Uu Immedlato object,  As for Thorold, who had hnr-n tho  least, afi'ected of tho three by what  had happened, and who was only anxious to g.H .loan to lilniROll' again, ho  found I hut. ho was expected instantly  to start off and hunt in every corner  ot London whoro Dorn thought that hy  any possibility Wilton Mnyii* might  be. Ho was very much,Inclined to  rofimo flatly to do nnythlnp* of the  sort, mu lt, wiih only the no ft look* and  Hiullo .loan gavo him, and tho Utile  controlling touch or her hand upon  his) that Induced him to consent to do I  as l.iorn issked,  Uo took a hanaom accordingly and  drove nhoiiu for 1111 hour or two, making inquiries, and then rotuviioii without having (icon or heard anything  ol! the mlsHlng poet, wIioho chninborn  lie hud fount] locked up nnd doHortod.  Dora, convinced hy now that somo-  thing Urrlblo had happened, hoeamo  (ilinofit hysterical, ho that Joan hud'  10 offer to Hue her homo. Jly no  means pleased fit thin which llironlcued tho still further poiitponcnient of  ;.U I.i :'* *.v'i"h "'IHiPd to pnv 10 ,lo'in,  Thnvold drew her imldo.  An* yoti reall*.  going off \\itli her','  fho nuked.   I don't see what thero la  to li'.iik."! cufh a fuss about.  Do you mind if I do? .loan nsli^d,  She ban worked hornelC Into such n  ,.,,., ,..-,)iy 1 tbliik I niiuht. to���������K  you wlll let mo.  Thorold found thin ciiy recoRii.ltIon  of his now rli'ht lo ho eonnuliod In  her luovoiiietilfi bo -adorable, Hint  thorn was nothing In nil the world ho  would not havo nerpilttod her nnd In-  J (lend hi'lpcd her In.  Ho thero i-ucceedud nn Interlude  durlni,' which It Is poHflblo Jonn ve-  llu'leil on iho udvaiitiiiiurt of iiicckucr.'s  and humility na nldn town nit* roUIiik  one'u own way easily, Bho nlso hfM  enn no lo perceive that It wai not probable licr blousea would remain for  tho future clean and -.orvlconblc for  f.o hint; ������ period an la the patt.  State of ublo.-'City of'Toledo,  Xucas County  Frank .T. Uieney makes, oath'*that he is  Fcnlor ���������nnrtr.er-of the Ann ot 1*\ J.  Chenev & Co., doing business ln tbo city  of Toledo,- County nnd Stato afoveisald,  nnd tliat Fold firm will pay tho sum ot  ONE TUJNDHED DOLX-ARS for each and  cverv case of Catarrh that cannot be  cui-ed by tho iisp of HalVs Catarrh Cure.  FRANK  .1.   CHENEY.  Sworn to bei���������i* mo and subscribed In  : - presence, i���������..i> 6th day of December,  AiD,  1886.  iScal.) A.  W.  GLEASON.  Notary Public.  Hfijl's-Calnrrlr Cure is taken Internally,  r.nd acts directly on the blood and  mucr.-js surfaces of tho system. ' Bend  for test: -onials free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O,  Sold  lv nil  druggists,  75c.  1'c.re Hall's Family Pills for constipation. *'���������  GILLETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  RAILWAYS AND,   CARTAGE  Dr. Edward Sanger eaid in New  York:  We should not announce cures unless they are real cures. Imagination plays too great a part ln a.patient's feelings.  Imagination'must always be reckoned with medicine���������sometimes ns a  friend, sometimes ns a foe. I know  a doctor who treated an old woman  for typhoid, and on each visit ho  took her Umperaturo by holdliip* a  thermometer under her toiiRiio, One  di.y, when fiho had nearly recovered,  tho doctor did not bother to tako her  tomporaturo mid ho liad hardly got  100 yards from tho house when her  son called him back.    ���������  Mothor is worse,' said tho man,  Como back at onco,  Tho doclor returned. On his entry into tho sick room the old woman  looked up at him with angry and reproachful oyon.  Doclor, Lho said, -why didn't you  fiive mo tho jigger under mo tongue  today? That,always dono me moro  good than all llvo rest of your trash.  Soa! Sea everywhere, as tho groat  llnor mndo her powerful courso over  tho A11 antic,  Oh, captain, camo n dlnconsolato  groan from a RPimlPk passenger, halt  reeling in a dock chair, how far aro  wo off lam.;  No answer camo to this remark,  which had boon reiterated sovorul  times that day, ,    "  iih captain, do answer mo���������-liow  far?  Milo and a half, camo tho uriift  reply.  Thank heaven!    In what direction  cap la I n?  A twinkle c.vmo for n moment. In  lho oyn of tho 1 run<nn> old son dog,  Straight, down! hn gninlpd.,  lill M       ,    IH.     -..       IIP.  Their Aim  I fitippoflp, fiiild tho hiiKhnnd, I, imp.  ���������polio thut you women want to volo  Just llko men do?  Oh, no, replied hia wife, llmt ia not  Uio point, Wo want to vntn a great  dv.il bhXf.  Ihiin L!.'c v.'..-'.-! Ac.  Contest Winners Shortly to be An-  ������������������ nounced  Though still busily' engaged lu the  tremendous task cf. reading the letters received . from .nearly 20,000  rchool children in the contest con-  HucfreTl- b"y~tira~iren>iiTgtoir~Eiterary.  Commlt'tee/tho judges are new'near-  lng tho completion of their painstaking work and v-dll shortly make an-  nouncemei.t'of winners. The general run pf the letters is so excellent  and the'determining of superior merit  J*.*-, individual cases so difilcult, that  the judges have decided to givo, in addition to the prizes already scheduled,  lirst,,'second and third medals ln each  of the four classes. In a few days  the awards of these'and of tho 2,000  other prizes offer.et'. will be known by  the pupils who throughout tho country aro eagerly awaiting the news.  Corns aro caused by tho pressure of  tight hoots, hut no ono need be troubled with them long when so simple  a remedy as llolloway's Corn Cure Is  available.  Odd Use3 of Sugar  If all tho sugar that Is eaten In tha  courso ol! a year wero to ho equally  divided, every person in the world  ���������would have at loast twenty pounds.  But besides being used as food, sugar  has many Industrial uses. It Is the  cheapest form of a chemically puro  carbohydrate, and la ol'ten used in  placo of starch, dextrin, or glticoso.  Sugar is frequently put In compounds  for removing and preventing boiler  scale, lt is used In'tho manufacture  of shoe-blacking, transparent soap,  copying-Ink, and inkrollers for print-  presses. Certain explosives contain  from six to forty per ccnU.oE it. It  Is employed in dyeing establishments,  by tanneries tor filling leather and in  a largo number of other Industries.  Sugar haa a hardening and strengthening action in mortar. Tho mortar  used to rebuild tho Museum of Natural History ln Horlln consisted ot  ono part llmo, ono pai' sand and two  purls sugar. Kvcn a very small  quantity, however, ovon as littlo as  ono-qunrtor of ono por cent, exerts a  vory harmful effect on cement.  NERVOUS PEOPLE  MADE CHEERFUL  Dr. WiHiams'  Pink Pills Rebuild  Shattered Nerves  " Good Mood)���������rich, red blood���������makes  all the difference between health and  sicknes3. if ^the blood Is thin and  watery,. Uio health of the wholo body  Buffers. Tho sufferer becomes nervous al"***-irritable; the stomach fall.:  in strePfith and the appetite becomes  poor. .."iTood does not give the necessary nourishment,* and tho first feel-  ingyof weakness passes, as time goes  on, Int" a general -'breakdown in the  health. The caso of Mrs. Aiigoll-  que GaSnon, of St.' Jerome, Que..  illustrates the truth of theso' statements. . Mrs. .Gagnon says: "I am  fifty yours of age and up to a few  months ngo .always enjoyed tlio best  of heal���������������������������-���������. Then I began to feel rundown fl-Url weak, without patience or  ambitioh. "My appetite ���������'grew poor,  and my nerves seemed to be on* edge,  and tUe least noise or, worry would  maky m.} Irr'tr.ble and nervous. Life  became in * ct;*al, burden and I could'  no loJiKer,^lool1"'"after ���������my.Jiousehold  duties- My doo'tor prescribed and ordered tt'change, saying that I was a  nervotf3 -wreck. I tried to become  interested hi other things but failed,  and-uay condition was really deplorable.' I' continued In this condition  for several. months, gradually goiug  down, and as* ifty. doctor was not helping nie l was easily persuaded by a  friend to try*'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.*  After 'Hking tho pills for a few weeks  -I���������cou Id���������sea-a n���������i mpro venien t,���������an d-^1-  gladiy continued using" them for a'  couple ..of mouths, whenl found niy  health.fully restored. I am more  than thankful fcr what Dr. "Williams'  Pink Pills have dono for. jne, and 1  glad]/ recomtnond them to all who  are yf^aAx, nervous and run down,"  By Waking rich, red blood Dr. Williams' Pink pills cure such cases as  Mrs. Qagnon's. In tin same way  thoy c'n-o * crvous headaches, neuralgia, indigestion, rheunuuism, St. Vitus dii*'Ce, and the ailments tliat come  to growing girls aud women of mature  years ��������� If you aro at all unwell start  to-da/ to euro yourself with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, what thoy havo done  for others they will surely do for you,  if given a fair trial. Sold by all  ���������druggists or by mall, post paid, at BO  cents t box o������* six boxes for $2,fi0 by  nddi-cf'sing Tho Dr.' ���������Williams' Medicine co., Brockville, Ont.  At first it has been contended, men  used both arms indifferently, and  those* who when fighting puehod tho  right fi|doJfoi*ward had tho advantage  of sl'-oiding their hearts and so lived  to produce descendants who Inherited  tholf tendencies. Uo this as It may,  thoro Is no doubt that tho two sides of  tho P-'ftin havo different functions, and  right cir' loft-handediioss Is by no  meai-s rcs'trlcled to tho arms nlono,  One Investigator was very oflon able  lo i-ccognl/.o loft handedness by tho  oxiiifllhntion of tho loft eye. Tho  centro of speech la on tho loft sido  of tl*o brain of a right handed per&on  and ������n tho rJfiht sido o������ a loft handed  porS������n. Children show unmlslakablfi  evidence of two speech centres, though  ono tUrophlcn owing to tho preference Klvon to ono hand. Nevertheless o:\iicriiiiciits show that It can bo  successfully vosiiaeltated.  Canadian    Railways    Cancel    Tariffs  *-. Coverlny Cartage Points In  >  Dominion  Railway-*1 of Canada have issued  notice ot cancellation ot tariffs covering cartage points in Canada, effective October 1,. 1913. On and after  that dato shippers' and consignees  will bo expected to mako their, own  arrangements for cartage.  It is stated that'this action on the  part of Uio transportation companies  in tho result of lho failure to rquow  existing contracts with the cartage  companies at present prices, tho latter  ch-.imihg that owing to Increased cost  of supplies, labor and other matters  entering Inlo the performance of tho  service, they must havo increased  compensation. On tho other hand,  the railways contend that It is Impossible to increase their burden' of such"  extra expenses for the very reason-  given by the -cartage companies���������  namely, Increased .expenses.  The change In conditions at cartage poind In Canada1, lt Is pointed  out, Is In line with practices which  have long prevailed at American  Cities, ��������� whoro the'public aro obliged  to make their, own arrangements with  the cartage companies for deliveries  to or from the railway terminal.  ''  One of the commonest complaints  of infants is worms, and the most effective application for them is Mother Graves' Worm,Exterminator. , s>  Taqnlng by Electricity  A new* electric tanning process, invented by the Swedish scientist, Dr.  A. .Groth, and applied on a practical-  scale in- an English works, is attracting much attention, and one of the  prominent electrical firms Is to take  it up for commercial use. With this  niethod,-���������tlieJilde8_are_pjit_in_spMlaL  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Garget  Cowb  in  vats along with metal conductors, so  as. to carry out an electrolytic action,  and this will tan tho hides in much  less time than usual, foi- instance,  six weeks as compared to' several  months. Leather of better- quality,  is produced in this way, and.the method gives a perfect "arid solid tanning.  Various electrical devices in the shapou  ot regulators, also safety apparatus  for over-current, make the process almost an automatic ono.  A teacher In u big elemenlfiry school  had given lessons to nn Infant olnsa  on tiio ten.commandments, in order  to test their memories nlio asked:  Can any llltlo child glvo mo a commandment wllh duly four words lu  it?  A h.ind was raised Immediately.  Well? fciild lho teacher.  Keep off tho ri'i-hb, wns tho reply.  Tho Remedy  Sho--flH������'Ko dear, here'R n nolrnllflt  who En.VH the carlh Is wabbling ou Iih  iixIb. What do you auppc-JO they cnu-  du about It'.' I  George iiilnuinij j-- 0)n a ,\ip Ihu  muff lor, rovm-so tho lover hhut off iho  power, lubricate iho .heai-lnm* mid  tighten tho wheel cap.  Editor���������Why do you pnrslHl In com-  ing hero? I tell you 1 don't buy fiction .  Author���������Oh, I don t wIhIi tn nr',1  any of my iitorlen. I nn-t wriilti-; n  sjiort. aerl.il entitled; Tire Unllw.t Man  on Earth, nml came In merely to obtain local color.  Only  ft cheap porfion  will  try  make another pertou Un] cheap.  to  Aluminum Servant* of Mnn  Whon tho history ot our ngo Is  writ ton tho story of aluminum is going to occupy a prominent jingo, says  Ilnrperb' Weekly. It Is qulto as won-  dorful as tho fltory of electricity, tho  iill-pervmllng glnnt Hint lay hidden  for iigofi In murky clouds, in huisbob  of conl, copper mid soft Iron, and In  myriads ot wntorfallH, until Franklin  nnd Morsn and EdlHon put lilm In  lmrnoPH and mndo him ono of tho  iv.ost tiHoful and Ingenious servantb ot  man Aluminum, which constitute.*  ���������nonrlv nne-t.wolflh of tho cai*Jh cniBt,  lay ohscuro unti,'. tin- JJumuifri-y. wy.  iu JhOS, i].*"..k.a<l I!**'-* cl:iy;*intl m.inj  clayey rocks depended 'upefn ' noma  moial as a hftHJ. ., -., ,  ,/r-r^.; Ur,k'o Lofty Fright  BrtiVi^-lVivurinn ollloern experiment,  ing Villi a balloon 0,1*1)0 loot ahut  'noticed a liltKi black spi ;lc which  pocmod to i.cconipany thom and which  thoy thought wiui. ono of tho cnrdH  Ihey rarrled for throwing out reports  and thnt tho dropping ot tho balloon  drew It along, but on looking ac tlio  luiroiiielcr Ihey found that the balloon  wnn rlBlng and not dropping. Slid-  dv'llly, however, n loud rhlrplng show-  oii that U wns a liirk. -whlc', flying at  thin extraordinary height, had been  frightened by tho balloon.  a*^******mmm*F^tm**a*am***^^a9  i   Tnlin.'tl)lnKs cn������y, If they don't^o.  Ilong to others.  Not S'.atlonnry  A Carpenter who had been engagedj  to pulhl a cahlnot for paper envelopes I  and otli or olllco Buppllos In a local j  eoiri'hlflHlon house wnn busy at lils  in Bit* Nvhon oho of tho bookkeepers In-  1 qui red:  If* that going to bo a Matloncry cab-  InolV'  K������, I don't think oo, replied tho  wol'^or. At lonst I havo Im-lrueUoiiB  lo l������>l eastern on It.  A'l ordinary P'nno contalna about  n ii-Ho of wlro. (IrnUm will yot bono-,  fit luimanlty hy Inventing ft wlrelcst.  piano for ftjiintoiirs,  -if*-j  Minard's Liniment Cure3 Distemper  A Scotch caddlo Is almost certain  to be a shrewd observer of men nnd  things, and ho is frequently gifted  with a sharp tonguo ot his own.  Lang "Willie was for'many years  a -well-known figure on tho St. Andrews golf links, On tho occasion of  Louis Kossuth's visit to St, Andrews  a public dinner was given in his lion*  or and Wlillo applle-d for a ticket to  tho hallio who was In charge of -the  arrangements. Tho worthy man  curtly refused tho np pi! call*), snyln.;  lo Willie that lt was uo pla^ft for tho  likes of him to bo' at iho dinner.  ,,  No'for tho likes of me? was Willie's  indignant rejoinder. l'vo been In  tho company ot gentlemen.from 11 to  4 o'clock malst days for tho last.  thirty years, and that's malr thnn you  cr.*.*. say!  ft  %  Now Its See America First  I thought they were going to Eur-  ojie for tlio summer?  When did thoy toll you ib.it?  Last November.  Oil. everybody wiir going to Europe*  for tlio Biimnie-.' last November.  Johnny, nald tho mother severely,  Eomo ono hat* taken a big ploco of  gin ger cake ont of the pantry.  Johnny blushed guiltily.  Oh, Johnny, sho exclaimed. I did  not, think It wno in you!  It ain't all, replied Johnny, Part ot  It Is in. Elsie.  i' tHtollt*^, ^ m*^   UTtf **. ^HS������������: *������* -When ym IMl ���������������������   ii  V^WLunsr vt-wguig ssss-S's  'vmmmnam       ~mor^n^aB^nmm^i *mitut yow-thM-o  '"���������       ��������� ��������� jrcor ujsltm'o w������y  ���������f tclt'tfrophlwt yen tlmt Bom&Udflg Ib WRONG nnd needs HBU?-,  It mny hn thnt your llv-sr In tired ������nd refiWM to worir, of your  rilf-entlve orgtna hate h*A too much to do and -aead tar*. Variants  you Imvo lioan cutti'ip liit* wt<rf*K tuttdo) luud, nmd jour iuM**. u um.  rich or impoverished. Wbat yon need U ��������������� toolo.  Pj^Pjergclg Golden Medical Discovery  ���������will ((It������i the renolrr-l rid.  Toqm Ut* ���������ntlf������tftUtm.  Tlm weak ���������toou-eh U  mtAa ���������trontr.   ThA liver vlliratc* with *n������w life.  Tha blood ia eloanwd of all  Impnrltlcn and titrrlta renewed health to tmtryiela and nerve ud tnuaela and'  organ of the body. Ko more nttacfce of  tha '-bluoa," Life becomes worth whllft  asPta-- and hopo Uikea jdne������ otfatf***'  m  *itttt on pelting Dr. Pi������m/i  Golden fiftficai DtiMoeni*  ftftUtat, WtrWt Z>t*t>rai*nr  Vtdkol AtmUHtm, Bafd*, H T.  *     Seld hv dialer* in medieTnet,  ������BitBMBc,wsiio-*iiiMiiiari>iifiiifiiiffninM������mi������OTM  J V
Ask yotii* Druggist or Grocer
to show you the new plan for
killing all the flies . in your
house" or store ins one night,
and have neither ilies nor fly
killers about in the daytime.
Dining on Books
With the exception of minerals It
h dinieiilt for'one lo llnd on tiie
oarth'B Hurfnco substances that do
not tempt tho appetite of some sort
of animal. Tho list ol-.queer articles
of diet include* the earth, which Is
munched, with satisfaction by tho
clay eater, and the walrus hide, which
the Eoklmo relishes as much as John
Bull liis Joint ot beef.
It is not, generally known, however, that men, as well us mice and
bookworms have eaten dinners that
have consisted 'onl;  ot books.
���*- In 1370 '.Barnado do VUconU compelled two Papal, delegates* to eat the
bull of excommunication which they
had brought him, together' with its
6llken cords nnd leader, seal. As the'
bull was-written 1.11 parchment, not
paper, it was all the more dillicult
to, digest.
Thoro was also an American general, who had signed a note for 2,000
tlorins, and when it* fell due compelled
his creditors , to, eat it. Tho Tartars, when books fall into tlieir pos-
e'ession, cat1 them, that thoy may acquire the knowiedgo contained in
A Scandinavian writer, tho author
of a political book, was compelled'to
,choose   between .being   beheaded   or
-,eating his manuscript Ironed in broth.
, Izaac Yolniar, who wrote some spicy
satires, against Bernard. Duke ot Saxony, wa'j not allowed the courtesy of
the .kitchen, but waa forced to swallow them uncooked.    ,    -
'"' Still worse was the" fate of Philip
Oldenburger, a jurist of great renown
���who was condemned not only to eat
"a pamphlet of his writing, but also
to he-flogged during his repast with
orders . that' ihe flogging should ' not
cease until lr had swallowed ��� the
last crumb.   ,        "       ;,
Most Infants, are infested by worms,
tvhieh cause, great suffering, and if
not nromplly' dealt with may causo
'���onslitittior.nl weaknesses dillicult lo
remedy. Miller's Worm Powders
will,clear the stomach and bowels of
worms and will so act upon tho system that tliei ��� will be no recurrence
of tho trbujlo. , And not only this,
but the;/ will lvpatr the injuries to
the organs that worms causo and restore them lo soundness.
Quotations That are Wrong
Somo of the most frequently used
quotations are not Quotations at all,
but In many cases convey the opposite meaning--of the original wording..
, fPeninsore ; Cooper, .for Instance,
thought he was quoting from the BI:
bio when ho spoke ot an inscription
being so* devised that ho who runs
may read, signifying that it was easier to run-than road, "' ���/
. If, Cooper had looked,In hia Bible
ho would have found in tho book ot
I-labakuk that the'pas'sage ho tried
to quote was: Write tho vision and
mako it plain that he may run that
r'e'adeth It. The vision was a warn-,,
iug : nd the reader was to flee from
danger, but tho Cooper version has
survived tho original and practically
put It out ot uso.
A popular chronic misquotation Is
that of the passage In Hiidibras,
which says: He*lhat compiles against
his will is of the same opinion still.
Authors and public speakers without
number hnvo twlsled that into: A man
convinced against his will is ot lho
same opinion still, forgetting that a
man who was convinced could not
possibly remain of the same opinion
for if he vas of the i line opinion he
would not be convinced.
Theodore Roosevelt.publicly declared ihat Washington In his farewoll address said:. To bo prepared for war
is tlio most effective moans to promote
yeaco. .But the' first President said
nothing of tho sort hi his farewell
address.* In his first message to Cou-,
gross he said: To bo prepared for war
Is one of the most effective means of
preserving peace,' and he spoke of oth-
tr means as- well.-
Novelists do not seem "to be very
strong in; their knowledge ' of the
Scripture's .sohiehow, and Sir Walter
Scott,. In 'The Heart of Midlothian,'
attempts to point a moral with the
words: Our' simple and unpretending
heroine had the merit, of those peacemakers to whom it Is promised as a
fJenedlction that they shall inherit tho
eai-tli. The fact Is that the peacemakers did not'receive any such promise, but-it is said that the meek'
shall inherit the earth.
The Printer Pirates
Aii instalment agent had sold an
album to every man-iii the composing-
room. The terms were 25 cents down
and 25 cents'a week, albums delivered
on the -first payment. We all
promptly sold or hooked our albums
and declined to pay even the first
weekly instalment. The agent as a
last resort decided to complain, to
'tho foreman. Ho came into the office about 8 p.m. and' the foreman
apied him as he-entered the composing room.       ��� .   -
Boys,, said the boss printer, in a
tone loud enough for every ono hi
the room, to  hear, .why are  we like
.11 ii-Mi i f\a.) .
Saskatchewan Lady Adds Her Testimony to'What Has Already Been
Said of the Great Work Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills are Doing.
Caesarviile, Sask. (Special)���The
scarcity of female help.In a new country, subjects the women of the prairies lo unusual strain, ahd careful observation has established the fact that
this attain, first malt . itself felt in
the kidneys. -For this reasc*.i Dodd's
Kidney Pills .-.re making an enviable
reputation' from the Great Lakes to
iho foothills of tho Rockies.
Everywhere you will find women
singing the praises-ol the great Canadian kidney remedy that has banished their pains and weariness, and
brought thom back lo health. 'Among
tho many is Mrs. Edgar Cowen, an
estimable lady of this place.
"I have found Dodd's Kidney Pills
very beneficial," Mrs.' Cowen states.
"If anything I can,, say will help any
sufferer I. am glad to add my testimonial to what, hns already'beeh said."
The kidneys, strain all the refuse
material out of tho blood. If they
are out of order this refuse remains In
the blood, and becomes" poison. That's
why sound kidneys mean puro blood
and good health. Dodd's Kidney
��ills mako sound kidneys.
Ho Wouldn't Do
W.* wo iv goit.g along ;.t an awful
speed, he said, 1 didn't see the dog,
but 1 heard his kl-yl, so I ordered the
chauffeur to stop. Going back, wo
found an Irate- woman standing oyer
her dead dog���ono of lho ugliest dogs
you ovc* saw,, She **>iet us with a
Tirade of sli'ong remarks, lelllng
us, in no uncertain terms what she
thought, of us and motorists In general, finishing up by calling us the
murderers of her dog.. It was then
thai 1 thought I would pacify h;-r.
Mndam, 1 tali',* I will* replace your
tone of rol.'.e, you Hullor,yourself.
His Advantage
Thai cli'C.UR man dors not scsni to
lie'in. Uv.** least bit ufrnld of the of-
reels cf a spree,
Why should lie be? Didn't he mar-
rv ili'i snake-elinrmer?
Doliifj n Man's Part
What nro you doing for our cause?
Ai.ked a Bufl'ragelte worker,
Doing, replied the man, I am
Rapport Ing ono of your mom embus-
Insilc members,
We all gave it up.
Because, announced the boss, we'll
give   -ho. album man no quarter.
The album man turned and- left
and ��� we sa��� him no .more.
A number of men gathered In the
smoking ear of a train from, Little
Bock to" another point in Arkansas
were talking of the food best calculated lo sustain health.
Ono Arkansan, a stout, florid man,
with short, gray hair and a self-satis-
iled, air, was holding forth in great
Look at me! he exclaimed. Never
had a day'a' sickness In my life. All
duo to simple food. Why gents,
from tho time I was twenty to, when
I reached forty I lived a regular life.
None ot theso effeminate delicacies
for me. No,late hours. Every day,
summer and winter, I went to bed at
!); got. up at 5, Lived principally on
corned beef and corn broad, Worked
'hard, gents���worked hard from 8 to
1. -Then winner; plain dinner; then
an hour's exercise, and thon--
Excuse mo, interrupted the stranger, who hnd remained silent,, but
what were you in for?
Plan for a Larger Milk Yield
What -virtue is there in hereditary
when it comes to abundant milk production per.cow? Many a dairyman
notices a cow.if* good, hoi* heifers may
turn out good,milkers, /sometimes they
do not. What is the troublo? Apart
from such considerations < as feed,
care and health, look for. one moment
at tho possible value of the sire. If
the cows bred lo a particular bull
have dropped good milking progeny;
that- bull' came from good milking
ancestry.' There is the virtue of heredity worth thousands of dollars to
our dairying industry. The melancholy reflection Is that scores of these,
good milkers..car. be traced to sires
that have been sjold for beef long before their real value had become
������ Every dairyman who is doing anything nt testing his individual cows,
'and all progressive dairymen appreciate the far reaching benefits of such
study, knows that it would be worth
atleast 1,200 pounds of milk extra per
cow to secure,<he right bull. " All
members of cow testing associations
should co-operate in the purchase of
good, pure bred cires, changing them
Toun d-af ter ~two~yeara_in-'orie_sec-t ionr
and prove thereby the imn.ense value
oLlierec-ty in their own herds.
I bought a horse with' a supposedly
incurable ringbone for' $30. Cured
hlni with $1.00 worth of MINARD'S
LINIMENT and sold him for $85.00.
Profit on Liniment, $54.00. .
Hotel Keeper, St. Philllppc, Que.
Marines Who Sail Use Guesswork in
Figuring Longitude
The French sea captains who brir.g
their vessels across the Atlantic every
spring to. ash on the Newfoundland
banks navigate almost exactly ns they
did,In the days of Columb ;. Of the
280 Frehc:. * sailing vessels _on the
banks last "year 240 wqi-d fitted out
i.i Normandy and BrltlanV. Their
captains found their way across the
trackless wastes of the ocean without
difficulty. '
They takojjbservatlons for.latitude,
but they have no chronometers and
aro unablo to tell their longitude ox-
copt by gucsSAvork. On the westward
voyage -thoy can tell, by soundings
when they arrlv-* at the banks. ' On
lho return voyige in the fall 'thoroughly estimate tlieir position when
they cross the lanes of the transatlantic ' liters converging toward ti. i
English channel. In spit* of this
primitive navigation these skippers-
reach port in' surely year after year.
There are about 7,500 men engaged
In this fishery. They leave France In
March, nnd tlio voyage takes from
fourteen to forty-live days, according
to�� the wiMther. They return in tho
fall, and their total earnings for Uie
seven mouths average not moro than
Made in
WHAT do you pay for in shot-  "^^^^^et^^^T  ,    y
VV shells?t   Why, plainly for  shooting ^*^^^h''
quality which means accurate loads, uniformity, sure      ' vYi'%.
fire, care and experience in the making. ,,/i ���x
<7*VJ- v***
An Ingenious Frofj
Away- down hi Brazil thero Is .-.
species ot tree frog that ..builds its
nest Iu the water. This nest is a
sort, of fortification for the protection
of tho frog's eggs and later for its
young. . The fortification is'built in
this maimer: Mrs; Frog "starts at the
bottom of a pond or stream and lays
a solid wall, pehaps two inches (hick
at tho foundation. ; This wall is built
circular and gets a bit less in width
as lt nears the top which reaches some
Inches above "the water, and is open
to admit air and light. It i3 a sort
of tube-like inclosure, not very wldo
across, but plenty large enough to let
the young stay inside atter hatching
till, they aro, ablo to look out for
The tops of these little mud nests
sticking out of the water resembles
the craters- of miniature volcanoes.
They are built, so compactly lhat the
water does net,melt "them-away for a
long time after tho eggs deposited In
them are hatched and the" young gone
experience in the making,
'1 lien specify Remincton-UMC��� Canadian made, from our new
���factory at Windsor, Ontario. Arrow or NitroClub smokelcw load*.
SlsRhtly higher in cost���more reliable in lhe field.
W�� will be glad to s?nd n tiooklrt dtplftinins cimply mnny technical poind of mnitiu*.
nilion inanutncturo.   Your name nnd uddreaj on a post-card brins�� it by return mail
Rcminjjton-Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario
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Lost Caste
Threo generations will think I nm
lin'   President  of  tho Aimuliis  Club,
���the Munle or Clr'iieral Sherman moodily romaikort,
What's Iho ninller'.' asked Napoleon.
Why   Cnrnogh  Iiiih  abolished   war
nnd the theologians   Imvo   abolished
hell, replied Sherman.
Mamma, iikIumI Willie, now lhat I
h;\\o been a good boy In .Sunday
hi'liool, you don'l   distrust   mu   any
lllill'l1,    i'i    jOU?
No, Willie; 1 feel Hint 1 e. n trust
my littlo man now.
Then why <lo you keep lho pantry
d-ror locked?
A lady wuh looking for her husband,
mid iii(|iilrcd anxiously of tho house-
miilil: !><> yoi hnppoti lo know anything of your mauler'*-! whereahoutH','
I iim nol. mire, mum, replied tho
(���rt-'aful'-'domoBllc., but I f nl* they nro
Where Crrlleges Fall
......   effort  to  benefit  the   nation
must'be made ihrough tho child. To
en largo furl her the scopo of ngrlcul-
turnl leaching in tlie high schools or
lhe uulversltkfl will gain but little for
the peoplo. Such effort will but develop the latest talent ot the fow, who
will Eoon begin lo exploit their knowledge for personal ends,
Knowledge acquired after 1G lacks
the elements of unselfishness. Such
knowiedgo tends toward self centering ends. It Is a waste to give more
lo li-.Htliiitlons for higher learning, for
thoy have already proved themselves
Iniidtuntile In dovoloplng a conscious
The college graduate Is not always
a div.rablL' nttuihiuont to' a \ orbing
conimuiiliy. Export knowiedgo wj
must have, bul tho expert who has
uot li'iirnod through doing, larks balance, the, houI ballast thnt streams ot
sweat and co.'dod hiiihc-ob give to tho
man who i-qiuillzes lifo Ihrough lho *.' ������
voloptnt'iil of both the mental und physical ar tr. a life rounded hy experience and contact with acliiallllea.
lovel Musketry Practlca
A report comos from Vienna of lhe
utilisation of the cinematograph for
Instruction ln * musketry. Tho firing
SQund is posted In front of a cinematograph screen, and a moving colored
picture of the battlefield Is thrown on
It, from behind them. Each man has
to pick up his target, tnko aim nnd
llro. When a shot is firod tho film
slops for a second, and tho holo made
by tho bullet In tho screen la illuminated by a flashlight behind H,. which
shows the position of tho lilt with
reference to the targe;..
Pa, whnl Is meant by IiIIj curiosity?
A /cry good oxamplo of idle curiosity
my b'oii, la a twelve-dollar a weolc
shoo clerk asking the price of iv.'.j-
mobile tiros. .
Kfcp t*i run nl your n/IHr.-*. vnikuliuji rr
lui'.uir. Alwav* tU'ttiil, jtiitUititii., i.jia!
lur your liauilii. All Drain ��n-U Siu-i,
lion of the house to caller���I want,
lo hk* yon 'co*-) father nays you mndo
duller���Yos, my lad, and I am pi mid
ot !'��� ��� , ,
Hon of ihn Iiouh-t*���It-buL why did
| you do ll 11 lco thai.?	
Aliijur iiungaiio-. im iiiui.in Ainoi
Tell your i'i*oiitmar.ter that -nov.* I'm
homo I chall ho pleaRod to help him,
if he'd like It, with Hold work and so
Ilo.'iu*.''-Tliniil*.H. awfully, dad, bul
--ni'-~un* you (jiili(*Hiiji-to-ilnte? prills
ilii-  fllli"! Cii   A  niv   nuliv*   *ivii.   ii...:   t.".-.\l
Make or Break Them
J A witness in a particular case had
been examined by the lawyer of the
plaintiff and was turned over to.-lhe
lawyer'for the defence for cross-examination-.
Now, then. Mr. Smith, began', the
legal one,'what did I understand.you
,tQ=!-n v=t-hat=y-our=OGCupatioii=Is4'=
I am a piano finisher, nnsweed the
witness. *        n i ������.**'
Yes, I see, persisted the lawyer, but
yen r.rust be more definite. Do you
pclish tliem or-'do you move them? 0
In 'Prison of Silence.'
Entombed in a grim castle on lhe'
outskirts of Lisbon, are some' of the
most miserable men on earth. Theso
are inmates' of Portugal's prison of
silence.- In this building everything
that human ingenuity 'can suggest to
render the lives of its prisoners a
horrible, maddening torturo Is done.
The corridors, piled tier on tier flvo
stories high, extend from a common
centro like the spokes of a huge
wheel, Tho ceiis are narrow, tomblike, am'.' within each atands a coffin,
says an exchange. The attendants
creep about In felt slippers, No ono
is allowed to utter a word. The silence Is that ,ot the grave. Onco a
day. the cell doors aro unlocked and
tho 500 , wretches march out,1 clothed
In shrouds and with faces covered by
masks, for it is part otr this hideous
punishment that none may look upou
the countenances of his follow prisoners. ' I*'ew ot thom endure this lor-
turo for moro than 10*years.
The Brighter Side
Well, chuckled tho optimistlc failure,    I have got ono satisfaction.
And what's that? asked tho sympathetic friend,
If I bad succeeded I should probably have mado a niilsuiice of myself
telling pooplo thut I was u solf-inade
Orosi Carolcssncni
lllll'ii going to sue the comp-iny for
Why. what did they do to him?
They blew the iytltr.ii' iv hi >���*���.-' uhon
lio wan currying a heavy pices of Iron
���in,! he ilro'i|if-fl it on his fnni-.
The oiuiitor Is an Imaginary line,
running a round lho earth, mild the
boy who llkos" to tel" what ho has
learned at school,
Au Imaginary lino, repoa'ud the
great railway lliinnclr", absent-niind*
������illy.     Wlo Is promoting It?
Aunl���How'h this, Hobby? T hear
that tho Utile hoy noxl door guts pro-
moled nl school much oft oner than you
Hobby���Well, his rnlher's a promoter,
A Sure Remedy
The slory Is told tnai when ,\l.
Polnonlro, thn new president ��f lho
I'nmi-h Hcpubllc, first entered politics
ono of his political opponoiits InuiUi-d
blm wllh his youth fulness,
I may ho young, M. Polnwilrr-- replied, but, 1 promise you that something Khal'. ho done over1/ day Ij
wipe out Hint illsnilviinlngo.
lr. I'--.*- Cii-w'.*-
T\"o'No-*-i-o men mme up to llie outskirts of a crowd, when- n. ivindldnio
WHH innUlnr; a 'Minpnlgii speech.
After listening to the speech for
about, tell minutes, ono of them turned to bin I'ompnnlon, and asked: Who
""Ah," don't know what his name tim.
Sambo replied, but ho certainly do
ri'common blssflt mos' highly-
Tho Youngs liad dropped In unexpectedly upon iho Ralleys'Jiisi as dinner wan about lo bo served. Mother
who was fiomowlim disturbed, called
Helen aside and explained that there
would uot bo oysters enough to go
round, and adilod: Now, you and I
will Just havo somo of tho broth. And
please not mako any fuss about It at
Littlo Helen promised to bo good
and sny nothing, Hut when tho oysters weiu served Helen discovered a
iiiiiiill one thut had been iiceliloiilully
hulled up with her broth. Sho oould
not remember any lust.notions that
coveied this contingency, uo, after
studying tho sllutitlon a while, sho
held tho oyster up as high us she
could on hoi* spoon ui.d piped out:
Mamma, niuiiimu, shouldn't Mrsf
Young havo this oyster, too?
You treat that gentleman very ro*
Yes, bo's .me of our early sell lets.
An caiij bi'iiii-i. Yi'ii'. in.'.ii "*��� -j
not more Ibnn forty years old.
No, but ho pays his hills on the
first ot every month.
Dangerous   chemicals are not used In tip- ,., '
ping   EDDY'S  Ses-quI Safe Light matches.
Seo that you get EDDY'S and    no    other >
"Jusl a3 good."
*������ n ,
Safety���In its complete sense���li absolutely guaranteed, but vou must ask for
EDDY'S new
Has TIgm
:*nv _~3-*JJ5
rft* ���
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Orfef ix.*.* ;*,�����;,"��� ''* t*-l��hph of the potato, -uhtorVej^fefc/ William .Cobbett,
not somuch'as a food, but as a means
of'n*/dotv." Coal is giving out; petrol is going up in prlco and down in
-'lroductiou-r- -l-lio suoply��� of���ibotb ,is,
limited ancl must come to an end, biit
there coin's-the cheer that alcohol
will-be the motive force of'the future.
Petrol and coi.l may give out, but the
earth will always grow potatoes. Potatoes can produce alcohol and alcohol can drive engines. In the potato we seem to have discovered the
secret of perpetual motion.
. Real Gratitude
"Pessimists declare that the days of
gay romance are dead���that*thero is
no spirit of '.chivalry left ln tho
br*;ast3 of the men of modern times.
Thoy are.all wrong. Hero we have
the story In the daily papers that a
man in Ohio loft all his money to tho
girl who refused to marry blm years
ago.    'That's gratitude for you!
Hard to Tell
There wero a lot ot old slioea on
the slreot when I went out this morning,
Wedding or a cal flg'.il, do you suppose?
Iloso���Ilo-said he would kiss me or
die lu lho i.tt.f-inpL.
Uoso���Ilo has no life-insurance, and
I pitied his poor old mother.
Why don't women dress sensibly?
If they did, half the Industries of
tho world would go to smash.     -
' Wlscguy--1 want a dramatic sketch
wllh forty heroines In it.
Sketch Writer���Korly homines?
Wlscguy���Yes, sir. We hnvo forty
young ladles in our dramatic dub and
they all want to play lho lead.
MrowiiP���A man has got lo be an
awful liar to bo popular.
Towue���Why so?
lirowne���lbu'tiubo no man cmi gain
popularity hy telling people die truth
abtiut themselves,
Missed Nothing
lie und she arrived lu tho fifth inn*
Ho  (to n  fmil��� What's thn score?
l*'a n*- Not hi nu lo noihlng.
She���tlooilyl Wo huveu'i missed a
No Hope -     '
Mr. Subbubs���I'm afraid.our garden
is going to" be a failure.  ->
Mrs!   Subbubs���Why do you think
so {
Mr.   Subbubs���Even the neighbors'
.chickens*���don=t=^seem=to=taUG=ar.A- iu*~
terest in it. -     .-���,,,
Comfort for the Dyspeptic.���Thero
is no ailment so harassing and exhausting as dyspepsia, which arises
from defective actlcu. of_lhe stoniach
and liver, and the victim of* It is to
be pitied. Yet he can find ready..relief In Parmelee's Vegetal-'. Pills, a
preparation that has 03tablls";ed itself
by years of effective use. Tliero are
pill3 that aro ..widely advertised as
tho greatest ever compounded, but"
not imo of them can rank In value
w!th Pai-melte's.
��� Her Portrait
The painstaking artist, anxious to
please, remarked to prospective customer:
I can paint you a portrait ot your
wlfo which wlll bo a speaking likeness. '        ���   "
Il'm. Couldn't you do It In what
they call still life?
It may bo- belter to give than lo
receive, but. fow ot us are In a position to keep It up Indefinitely.
Good Advice
A young lawyer who has recently
hung out his shingle here, was retained by a criminal with $5 and a
very poor defense.
Well, you goi a case, son, s..ld hi.i
proud father.
Yes, dad,
And whnt advice did,..you give your
After listening to ills slory I collected what, 'money hu hml and advised lifm to retain a more experienced lawyer. , j.\
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Why Bridget, you surely ilon'l consider that you have cleaned ihoso
windows  properly?
Sure, I washed 'em nicely on the In-'
side, mum, to wo can look- out, m*.
piled Hrldgpi, but 1 Intentionally lift
ihim u littlo dirty on lhe outside so
"thlni Ignorant .lones chlhlivii nlxt
door couldn't look In.
Mrs. I'culer���You can't Keep a Job
for *-ou iicier seem llred wiih ciuliu-
Mr. IVsli-r- -I was to-duy. You
should have neeii the eiit|iiiislai*��in tho
boss displayed lu firing inc.
Tired and Weak
Nerves Exhausted
Don't you .idore Ibsen? demanded
thn Chicago gli'l.
Yp.**,   fullered   the   Jlostou   damsel,
I J ilon'l. always got hlni, though.
W. N,  U. 961
Culler--Is your father nt hiine?
Little DniiBl'tor���Whnt !** jour
name, pleaso?
Cnller-���Just tell him It Is his old
frl-nd nm.
MMIi> n.iiiifhler���Then I hnoiv ho
nITi't at home. I heard hlni tell mam-
inn If nny bill eaiiui be wasn't at
j Try Murine Eye Remedy
. It you liavo Red, Weak, Watery Hycs
1 or Crraniilatcrt Eyelid*. Doesn't Smart
j ���Soothes Eyo 1-aiti. Druggist** Sell
, Miuiiio Kyo Kcmcdy, Liquid, 7S<:, 5i)c.
Mtirini Kyo Sotvo lit A���*.'.��� ;it!-' T'-hot,
I2.-1C, SOc.    Il'yc  Hooks  Free by Mail.
|    An ty* T��nM *3(i��.l for All Cy** tint N����rl tita
I Murtnn  Ky��  Hemedy Co., Chlcaio
The ..notor bus ii;toppi*d and tho conductor looked r-xiiPftnnilv up l.ho steps
but no one Uescondml and nt l.'isi no
stalked up Impatiently.
���Rro you, lie said to a man on top,
don't you want Westminster Abbey?
Yea; was the reply.
Well, retorted the routine!**-, romo
down for it.     I can't bring It on tho
llii.i f'/l   )ml.
rjeoi-g'.n lawyer (to retired prisoner)���Well, lton, so you want me tn
defend you.   Haw you any money?
HiiHftis���Ko: Hit 1'se g��:>t n mule,
aud a few chickens, nml a bog or ts*.o,
Lawyer���Tbozo will do very nicely.
Now. l.*t mo too, wbat do they accuse
you of stfatlng?
Hastus���Oh. .- mule, and * tow cblc-
kens nml a h<��;j or two.
The feullngs of fatlgut- and languor
which oYorcoino so many people at
this *��<**ni!oti of lho year tell of llie exhausted condition of tho nerves.
It la Impou-iUilo to keep up the net-
i,mi ���r i'w. tim-tri- nml the vlrnlltv of
tho nerves when the blood Is thin
and-watery, and this Is why neatly
everybody needs tonic treatment In
the spring.
Some at th" sjinptonis nre restless-
-.ess, I'lirposi'lohs activity, Insomnia,
abHout-riilmlt'ducHS, tired gait, lack i-f
ambi'ioti and i-iithiiiiiiiriiii, iiiail'iain*
ami neuralgic pains, dyspepsia and
IVfiiiiii,.* ��t l-iiifiUoi- and iU'i ,'c... roil.
���MoiMloiiy ol wnik anil menial <.*.'���*.���'
sti.tln or woiry sap ihe nervous systom. ns.doi'H also the Hlreinii-iisiiwi-
of modem life, whether In the biwl
iu-.-,it ur ,-iociai world.
Mom ,'tud more nica and women
nro obliged to kp *k thn nsslHtniie�� of
Hiieh cont'eiitrated foods ns Dr.-
Chase's Nervo Food to restore vitality,
to tii-*  tlrri"  and  worn-ntil   -lervfs.
Such treatiiutit Is necosSi ry, hi*-
raiiKo discuses ol tho nerves do not,
light iliemst'lvos. As nerve forct
runs low iho dlgcs.ivo system falls in
extract lho nceesunry nutrition from
the food. Hr. Chime's Nervo Food
supplies In coudcisi'd form tho in-
M-i'dSi-iil* u ijiiir��.'.l, and r^itotyj
.!,!���:;���*���.   Ir-,   in**, .'.in.ir    f't
 ���   . m-iises of the nt-rvt-a. ami
| rest helps to re'tom strength. Yon
jean be uro of i;��stlng bejuflrlal r-.'<
I anlist wbeti-yt't' U**Jjr*";'"*?iJ��!ri
A  lltilf  jn
I ii at Ing  d!
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
CO cents a bov,    for $2.50 at all Aral- is,    cr F.dm* nsoh.
Limited, Toronto.
Hale*-  &    Co., ~��&.*&j&2*xzzsttzzf*!:
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.���������vv ;iv   Wednesday the
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.l*.T.NVt-:  TO TAKR AND
:'���?:��� s'l'A'rnt,        '  ���
S'f.il'K-K w h'-ieb-; ��ivQti that "Ksqni-
,\wh -'t Sv'tiivi-.o ynil-Afiy, of Viotorin,
l*. C* m**1:\ "ji'vbr's |i<uro.'to tako und
im^ k".!,'-i��*" '..,-s'iriia'i��(*r 2J lnuna, of water
,-ni ..**":''..t .. ** '.'���������������*'.'. ������ I i.'-h -flows isi �����
i.'n.i.ii-j-iy *���;'.* .-.in ttirou>jh KnwoaHtle
pir-** ri.'i   r..l ��� Xy'vh -uti 5ii*rails of O'eor-
L'l     MU
I'.iv.r. Thu **
Ill'Stll'i'l 'I    fl'*/
! ei.; j ��'B I  i f  lb*?  Qualkum
in- wi'lliutliv.jt.'drit'JOCO"
���i  iiil������.������.%��� arid will bo uacd
!or ijf-ner.-ii i-v'*??���-'���)' \\v p-wcB on tha Imd
ilf^i-ril-i-l i'i II '.i-'vay Right, o! Wny.   Thi*
ii*.ii*ii'o v,in ]*osti iloi {ne. grouiu'l on  the
-Ji-d dny of Apr**- t��'��*     '-1'--*-' appl'.oali-iu
*.���������..! b,n fi'.-s.l in '.ui! oifwa i-f tho fitter 1U-
povilnr :.t Vu-.tui-i.', 15. 0.    ObjoorionF mny
bellied v.-i'li t-u eaUV'Watir lluoorder cr
���tvi-.il Uie Uot*..pir<*i!l..r i-f Water Rights,
}"'n'!|i%m.'.:.t Ibiddi-igs, Vic.**- ri; IJ. C.
'*''  " Applicant
,--���*' Ag"*nt
i(.,l'6 < P��>'7
NOTICIi I*-- beveby prea that Esqui-
:u t fi. Nair-imo p.ailwny, of Victoria,
i.i. C vi'-L-'-y-uly fr-ir a 1 o'- tica tu take nnd
���tHt> 100,1100 jt-nbinn p*r L'-i hours, of v; at fir
,.,m ol .Sandy I'ruclc, *,vii:c!i flo-vsi iu ft northerly i-i >--i-fc!i').i ibroiig'i Ncvcastli Uis-
iiioc  and  c'liip^ieo  i'lti  D op   Ui}',  noar
' '������.���>be\v'*:- \ C< eels-   Xim watar' will la d-rcr
i. it it '21 ni}- r.p ti*3-in'i from  Railway and
(Departrnent of Lands,}
Whcre-v-i tho Csmplwll. River-rower
C liipany, Limited, hereinafter o.illcd the
Ccm-.T-.--jy, in i\ compnny mcory-orntod uud-
or tbo '������C-ompaniei-i** Aot, 181*1, and is cm-
poweml. niTio}>t?' other tln'v.ga by its
Mem. -famln oi Association.
���'To' ripply 'nr ami obtain under (lie ]W(-
viBioiis ol tha ^\'ftt.ur Act or to purclm o
orothorwuioueiluir*? water records or water liotnsca" and
i'To cons'-ruct or operate woiks for lho
supply or uiilizatiou'of wnriy unthr the
Wator Act."
"Aud \vhorea�� tho snid Ctinpany cm
tbo 27th Juno, 1(,U0, oblniiu'il �� \V��*o
li;cenoo, uumbered 1001, autbori/Jn^ iho
diversion of '2,700 eubio fe.-t of w-itor per
suiond from, tho C.'uiplioll Uivur for power puri-m-iea.
THIS IS TO OKllTIbT tlmt tbo nndr
a-Uking of t'io sniil Campbell River Power
Company, Limit��cl, for the divorcion* of
2,700 cub'O foot of water por second Irom
tho Campboll River for tho generation of
power iuul for tho ealc, bartor, and ox-
oha; go of said power within the foliowii'g
darcrihed tprrjiory, ia boroby approved
'milijoot i-o ilio liiuitatirn-* of P��rt IX of
tbo Wnkr Act and to tho follow ing ternin
nmd copibtloasi-r-
J, Thi* fc*a:cl npproval of tho nbove mx-
-dcrrfetlurBg nhaU be cxpres-ly o ndilional
on thi ewcu tion i-ird filing of a Bond
With. &o Co'mptroHtr (fi Wator ilffhta.
JPfra xnlil "Bori'l tball be in the enxa of
fem-mty fhtm-Jlwl dollars (^20,000 00) iu.d
efaail bo by Clip Coiapmy and a Snrety
CoafKiay asfi&M'i'sed .by ite t'har^r fcr
She -����.for<tiacee of.oynt*a-ctM of fchip kind.
��, Tn-ti -t-errrt^ry within which tlie
power g-r-M wated from tbo said w*'or may,
b�� sold ia vrlthin a radiaB of one hundred
and fifty miles from the power bottle of
thG Company,
JJ. The amount of the cnpitil ptock ol
the Company which" shall ba Buhacribi d
5**-* ���^** -', '   **        "*	
before th^ain'pnViVjli-lU^l^ju tho oonT
'   '""'' ^yhe.>y*^';'':'','^b&'feo,boOOO.
'"  '** ���* ���* . ^r-^i-i^A^
the lai:d liwcubea a;i Ju-.ilw:ty Rij-rtt-HjJisiM^
will be uki=�� f*.ii ffeucral  !6nlwi��y pufpo'-t*rfy>-A-rV-SAg^*'^,     ., ,..--.,        .    ,
,,      ,     .,  i....... :,...,.. !: .:,  o^.��'t<���C,ftl^J^ A'-IO'V*''        ���*' ~>n*al utocK of
 ,-T-fc 1  V-
S'*y. T.h'.H li^trce vv a pustrd ou the
yroniul ou tbo ft tl d y*'ol* April, I'JU).
Tlie uppboilion-witl bt fil-jJ in the oifice
uf tl-o WAitr Record r at Victorii, B. O.
') ].--;t:iji*.h  m-.iv bo IJl-rd with *he euid
utt*'J] :.^7i-l'j���*-:li --���-"Lie���\j\ -iiiyTlvi'i ."
f  W.-.tcr Hi^hts, 1'irlii msnt Huildin^s,
'iyori'i, i- G.
������..-���O'JIWALI & KANAluIO RAILWA7
-*l. E. I'.lil.-iSLBY
. A .vent
Pill.- ��� '"'O'i
tho Ci&sj
-   r\h. A i^fOKSCE TO TAKK AND
ii'uItCi- ii'iKirtby i;i"(in that K-tjui-
Hinll i'i s'ni-.imo lUil'-V'.y u' Victoria,
l��. V. \*-ii! npp'y for ahueioj to t'V.o and
ii-c lOlWiOOifiiU'ina pur '-M lioui'-i, of wattr
���hir. of iliiuli-o O.ieki which Hows in n
i.n.-li.i','*!;/ d'uv-.U.;! Ibrooyh K<!hpd Difi-
iriui md t-r.ipiK-!) into Hnyun Sound noar
'J���*.n-ji* 1','ver. . Thoiv.itc-r will bo ilivoi*t*-d
*'. I'lfXl'-npiijireaRi from Riilsvay and vv.ll be
iii'-jri ifli' <1������i*iil IJaihvuy'purpi)-. ivi on tho
i-ndii-jiwibetl an rr-ilwaj ri|*bt -.f wiyThiu
ciiiiir-r. -.villi pfulud mi Uo uroii .d ou Ibo
,'u'ii ib..y of April, IftlU. Tlie auplicatin-n
will l��< ti.Ud in Uo ��-fllo.' of the Watei
il'iioi'dcr, Victoria, 1-5,(1. O.-'jivaionH nmy
litifilir-cl witk- tho< Knid W.it-r Rcuor-lcr -nr
fill) tim C-iinptrullor i*f Wit'ir Kijihts,
Piirliliiiiwit .Iriiililinr,'.', Vititmii, .!?, O.
tl- Ii
* * ,**��up hefore
.    ,v       ���*���   .
.000.00      ���',.'
Company "shall begin the-co��r
bt ucriou of the werk-i for tho divereianjof
tho 8-iiiri v^ater'ftad t'ur t!*e gfneration- of .
5.' Tha Compariy'shall
NOWI! i�� lionby '[ivon Ili-t ir^-b
\nd-i & ttiMuti na Ruil-v-iy, (,l Victvrii,
\i. O. will npply Cot a licoi co lo tat.n mni
ut- K'WWO f^tll'tii** |><ir i'i Ikiiii", of w-iUt*
iiiit of Hoy Creek, win��:h IIihvh in n northerly di'iiiilioB th'flnijh (riimi v b-intrlct
n��il uidpl'T'i into CVwi)"X n.irlioin*. near
Tn. .1 RU'.ir'. TjiiMMit'.i* Hill biwlii'ir-cil
nt '."0,^**) ' iip-iu-n'iin f,*,.ni Jliiilwr.y md Mill
In: urisil l��r fie-nji-'il Ruilwi y pu ji'w-n ��ni
th'iinnil iloeiib-d f.H RmUny Ui-ibt of
W.-y, Thi**: n*'i"i*i w-ih puitoil en the
jfiiinnil "ti llu- -'lr'! rbiy cf April I'Htl'
Tin) iipi'lif-aliori ��vi)| !�� jllnl  lo Uio ��� ITI-w-*--
i|   llu   \\ .ltd   li   I'lillnl   ill    i Uti-flu, ii, i,,
IJ  j  Cil-lil-l     lliuj   li-    libti     III !i  Ibt    l "id
Uiiln- K.u(inlt.r nr ��iih tin {'��� mpl o'ler
..f W.-.U-r  Kl^btfi, P.o'lii-.men**.  Ilulldini.*'*,
Vict'iria, I'. i'.
,     A|J'.II5
jVcnitfa Ccitoa Root Con��i��o^��j.
y'f'i^-nv-., Tno trjitiif. UtotlPii Tonic, ,\o<:
(W*   >.-7^t\0"l<i   i-.fi.   .......tliii  V.. A   ���.
tho e.iid povyer en or before the 30lh day
of September, 1914, and before that date
fh.ill obiaiu front tho Comptroller of "W��:
ter ItightG, hia approval of the plana for
Ih-o coiiufcriictioa of the eaid worka under
the provisions of tho Water Act and Am-
'ending Acjs its now in force or an may be
iu fciic-i") at the dato ot auch "Approval of
PLiiMi. The plana a d specifiei-tiouB shall
he tiled for approval on or baton* U.Uti divy
of July, 1PH.   *.
i". Aflor beginning'the contraction of
lho worka tbe Company 3biill -submit
scini-aniiuully to th�� Comptrolltrof Water Itiglils n progrosa report.
7. Tup Coiiipanyshall complete the works
for tho development <-? fifleon thousand
(15,000)1 bores powor and have them io ao
tiiii\ operation on or h.t,t ro tho SOtli clay of
Soptexuber, 1917.
S. Tha Company shall pay annually
���such foe ivs may ba iu forco at thia date
or finch animal feo as may bc lived by any
future regulation 'ir unuatinout.
"'), Any Ijiifilncer appointed by tbe
Minwlw of Lnudu for thut purposo nhall
li tvo^freo aceosa to all parts ot tlie .worka
fur the purpose of iiiBp-acting the saiiiO,n' d
of uscorluiiihig that the construction
thereof is iu nocoidanco with tho plana
and npooiiloatii>na lioruin reforrod to.
10, Thfl ri-jlit of couBtruct-inf,' woi l;s on
Crown tondu ol tho Proviuco shall not bo
exurcimid until ^iniinaon bim beon obtain
od nu providotl by .Sti'lion li-l of tbo nuid
Aot nnd tho RuIi-h mude theroiiudor.
11, Tho right of ooubimount* workn
om prlvnU land Hliiill not bn oxuruiHcd ts-
'���i-pt the perrolHiiion of tlio owuor Iiub bci.u
ubtHined or the provUioiiB of l'urt XllL
of Ilio said Aot Imvo boon oomplied with.
12, The tight ot ooiHitruotiut* wurkH
iihiPK or Moroaii hiBhtviiya ohall not Iw ox
eroluod (sxo��pt exprcsii permifiHloii nl llm
Minister of Tul'lio Wnrkh, or If said
Wsfhwuya M*o within a uumb'ipidivy, with
out tbo fiormi-mioii of tho i''.;unoil of tho
Mtmlfliuilily I'.nn bt-tti ��iblni:it'd mi provid-
ed lenj.'coUvtly by S-t��otiu.>f '.171 and '.J7-' -A ' ^*;
thoWmer Aol. jrij
WM.  it.  IWrfK
MiiiiijU c of L'tivbi
UalDtlnt Viclpr'hi.il.t;., t-liin llth
day.-'-!uly, !rM'.'.
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A r  V  h'l  ���������NOTIOB U WtobyVgivea tbit appiii  catiou will be made1 fcTtha Suponntend-  #nt of Provincial "Poboe, Victoria for a  license to aell liquor  by wholesale upon  * the pioii.jjes situated on Lot 6, Block 15,.  . Ouihberlnmi Townaite, Cumberland, B. 0  QIA-Ul MUSSAITO.Applionut.  , Dated this ls������ day of October 1913.  NOTIOK is hereby given thntoa the'first  dsyofDTda'wr nexfc^pplioatioo will ba  wade to the Superintendeiit of Profiuoial  -' Police, Viotoria, iW.tlis renewal of tho hotel liobnse to sell liquors'* by -retail iu too  hotel known an the Lorue hotej, nituaed at  Comox, B.C. , . Ghobou M. Barlow.  Dtted October I, 1913.    ,   "J-:  NOTICE is hereby given that on tbe  first day of November 1913," application  will be made to the Superintendent ot  * Provincial Police, for a renewal of tbe  whole-sale .bqu >r license upon the prem-  * jscs known as I,o( 24, Subsection j, Nelson District..  I-asKNKR Brewing-Company.  D.itccl October ist,;c;ij  NOTICE is hereby given that 011 the  flrit day of De<5ouibor.,iiextupplieatioa;f.iJI  be niodo to the Snpoiiuteiidisnt <*f Pruviu-  i 0;nl Police, Victoija, forarciiewplof thfl  hotol> license to sell liquors by jretuil iu  tlio hotel kuovru as the Union hotel, situate nt Uujon, B.C. Jorh N. McLkod  Da������d the 1st day of October, 1913  NOTICE is her; by vjiv a.  that pu tlie  ; .v 5fi^ay P' I>*-ootnber, next, npphonton will  'y^wtnride tothoSuporiutendootpf Provincial  Police', Viotoria, for the rouowal of tho hotel license to sell liquors.by rotail   in   tbo  Intel kuown as tho liveraide hotel, uituVee  ���������     at'Courtonay, B. C. 0. H. FuonsEii,  DAtodOotobfcrl, 191,3.  Union;Steamship 06. -of .".."fi-v.\V  TUE S. S. OpwiGUAN WILLSAIL AS UNDER  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver, Monday, at H p. m,  ������ Arrive Nanaiiuo,-at 11.30 p, in.  Arrive UnioM.Bay, Tuesday On.'m.;      toave/Tiiwday noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuwduy 8 a. m.     Leave Tuosday, ll-ivm,  ..#LeayeNanaimfi6p. ....Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver 9-30 p...i.  A^I^"*011^ ^^y * P-���������: Arrive Nanaimo,    i1.30p.n1  Amve Union Bay, Sunday 6-a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Suuday.8.a.ni. Depart 4 .pan.  ���������     Subject to change without notice;    . ,.    '  ���������v'���������- *���������r^Vplr"..,  jsU-  .-"-'���������"   II  ������ 1  NOTICE is horeby givon that appli-  . -o&tion will be made to the Super  intendent of Provincial. Police Vjctoria'  for a license to bcII liquor by whol-'t-'ale  upon the pn-mUoa situated on Lot V2,  Block 6, CumbWland ToivuBite, Cutubor-  tend, B.C. .    .  Jojin Marucchi, Applicant  Dated this 1st day or;October, 1918,  fl  "EuglLih 4-xBUllTON ahvaya oa Upi _ alto, the'famous MILWAUKEE  B11EIIS���������Anheus������r, Behiimiart.'ISohlta; &o. "OLD ORISY BKARD"  SCOTUEI WHISKY, Boat Wines and Liqupre of all Siinds  .The Hoarding nud Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence  will lu ;uu..d Etrirt claau in ovory ruRpeot,.-,'       ,  ATE8,  H1,00 per day, upw*  NOTICE iB oereby, given that oa tbe  first day ot December next application ��������������� ill  bo m������do to tho Superintendent'of Provincial Police, Viotorin, for tho renewal of the  hotel license to sell HquorB by retail in the  hot.d knuwajhs the Wikon hotel, situated  at Union Bay.B.C,   .  Alfrkd IUpeii Horse  Dated Octobet 1, 1913.     .  NQTIQE is hereby given tnat on the  first day of December nt-xt application will  bo innde to the Superintendent of Provin  cial Police, Victoria, for the renewal of the  hotel licen.e to sell liquois by retail in tbe  ho'-ol known aa tho Nol*xm hotel, situated  at Union Bay, B':C. Joiin.Frasek.1  Dafcxl Out'obor 'ist, 1913.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kwy convenience for guests.  The O.ontial Hotol for Sportsmen  Ci *    ,   "  Mono but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar,  ���������fri  RATES REASONABLE  K***B������^^������S^^  ran  ' Brewers' Dried. Grains  Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  v   ' Distributors .        N,*\NA1M0,. B. C  offer   you   a safe  and   sound    investment   with a  good return om your money, aa well as an enhanc-  ed value  from now on.  '       A Company, with   N-6Pro\i>t.[onS:hares.   ������������������'       l-  ACcmpanywith - i:   t.v r  fiscal agency.     -  A Company   that will look solely to  the, wellfiire    ������  of it������ shareholders.  c.Shares ai'e now selling at$i  ,    for all   cash,   or   on   the . easy   instalment   plan.  Call of send fo^ a Prospectus to-d^y  ww.*va.*MJ*nemi**iM.f\i i,  8"  : aBssB3&aEs*:  ri^J-'^'i-.-.-aifai-g'ffiBff***^  L>i. .^ J P.-I.-.1*!  John Johnston,   Prop  NOTICE.  To whom it nuiy concern;���������  This is to notify the public  that all freight charges on bond-  ad goods cleared - at Union Hay  for the Comox Valley .must be  paid before goods can be forward  ed. By order  Canadian Collieries Dimsinuir]  Co.  WATER   NOTICE,    '  NOTICE'is hereby given that  W. C Weeks and IJ. Duuoll of  Vancouver, R. 0 , will apply for  a. liccu.su to take and use one cubic foot of water "out of Conger  Greek, which flows in iv North-  cai'tcrly direction through Lot 48  Newcastle District and empties  into Fanny Bay, Tho water  will be diverted at the Government Iioad nnd will be used  for manufacturing purposes on  the laud described us N. 1$. portion of Lot 48.  Thix notice wns pnstorl rrn flip  ground on the c^th day of Aug-  ubI 1913. Tlie application will  be filed in the oillce of the Wa-  trv Recorder at Nanaimo, Objections may bc lj,le.d with the  snid Water Recorder, (>r with  the Comptroller of water rights,  Parliament Uuildiugs, Victoria,  IJ* C. "    '  W. 0. Wkkics  H.   DUNKLL  AppUvaulri.  The-' Mercantile  General" Agency,'   Ltd.  ; Selling Agents;for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., Itd������  Head offices :  207, 208,. 209 Union Bank Building.'Corner View: and Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B, G.   .Phone 324,3.       y ���������        '       -     "     "       Geo. jlbboU, Managing. Director, ^_  *i������r-ra3*rftr������������K^������L ?,T?mw wmcr*ns*a  I    ..   "We Build Homes and Make Loans.'7  HKkKUrnaauiN  m******AjoMK.jri.-auwuiahrnin i���������hltiiwiiiii  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  -Sny ward'Laud Dutriot.  ������������������Dii������trict uf Sayward,.  TAKE NOTICE tliiitjOenrgo Stuokn, cf  Haw Yofk, K. Y,, occupatiuu-.engineer,  iutouds to ?.pp]y fcr ^ormia^i'ni' to pur.  cli:iflii.  Uio   frtllowmg' dohciibciVIandHi ���������  Oomimui-aii-j at a post plan-i-ed 20 ciiniiis  south ot thn nnrtli-uimt eovn'ei' of lot 1354,  ���������l.enou onsb  20 chiinn, thonee uorlh  40  c.liuiiim, tlier*o   wo.t   20   cluin?,"  tlionoo  bouUi 40 olittina lo point of oorjiinunco-  Jinait oontainiug 80 ucres nicra or Iouh.  OE0110K STUOKIi  "Fitlmr M .^GaBliiiif, Aftcnt'.  Dute Juuo lUtb, 1912.  Skyward Land Dltt iut.  . Uiatiiet uf Skyward.  TAKBKOriuE that Oacrgo Charles  Ston*.', of No*' r"oik, N, Y,, oocup:.tioii  cl������rk, intomlti to upply [or pennis-sioi Lo  puroluidOtlio followirifjdo-iOril-od lands:--  Cominonoint! ut iv poBt pluutud 40 ohuiiiH  v\o--t, ni-d '20 ohiiin** n-irih i-f tlio uorth cant  coicer of lot -5,54, tlicuco onot 40 ehtiina,  tli'muo scutli 20 clianiH lliunco -vi'itt 40  I'luuiifl, tii i- a n.nli 20 oliaiiii to i-oiuto*  aainiuouudmonl coututiii.-n HOiutuk moro  or le-iii,'  01COHOK CJIAULK3 STONE  Vlnlior M, Ijr.iHSvinH, A^O'it.  Dato Juno Itfth, 101-2.  L������JW-**tJJlB**������^Jn***K������*a������������KrXa,CUWt<3tt'^tt^  . SiiywcrtliLttiid District.  DLliicl of SiywurJ.  TAKSiNOTICK s* tlwt. ^r'knry   Alfred  JJo fi, of Now York,' N-jw Yorlc, occupation eleotirioian, iutonJa to ajiply for permta  sion to puruiiution to purchnne tlio follo-v-  ing deRorii-cd lriodu*.--('oiumenoirm at u  poiit planted Ri tho^outli oaat corucr of  the north v.ob1* quiirtor of Jot 58!',   (liouofi  ���������JC't-'hiiiuK caat.  lliwioe   40 -oli'iina paith.  tlieucc 40 chiiiiiB;^o .1-,   lln.iuj- 40  chains  soutli topi-iutuf co������i'iiciKom������otI|c'mt8i(������-  iug 100 acrea more w-r' 1-, ss.  IIknjiy AtjKHUij IIukq  Vw\'.e.r M, GiHkiii", Ai;out,  DalndJune 24tli, 1UI2.  iiUiw-liTlllliTlnilli -M 1 i-ri-wmii,-iFiini|Wri|n7|||  ffi>Sffi������W������  Siiywurd Lund JMstriot,  Mill-let i,f S.iywaril.  TAXMHOi'J.UK tlutt CJiiiiln,-) i'cnny i*f  Vuuo-iuvor, It, 0.j wioupiitioii uo>it������uolor,  iiitfiid-j to Rpjily fur pnrinliHlon to pur-  uliuH-i tlio'fi������lloi\ iii(f'[ d������M!ilbvd Inntlii���������  C'omuiouoiiif,' at a post planted at Ui*  Suulli oTiwl comer of lot (i"S, tlionci wo.-it  ���������III (ilmlijn, tlicupo Ro.ith 80 cliilnn, f h-u-ioo  ciuit*W oliiiiim, tni'i oi nur'li Hr) I'luiiiii* to  |ioint of ciiiuii.<'iicemi**irt e^nt-mi'.*,' W0  noi'-vi muio  ur Wu,  V-UMUA* I'l'.VNV  l-'lfihi'r  M. Oimkuui, A,;Diil.  ruoiij inii- io ii, mi,  O. H TARBELL  ,   f'tt  r������������-Ji������.'iuwiiiMM<i ***m*t������**pt**M***otutiir������*,ih*  tL*w*v*.mn ���������'.���������ma Ar***-^%atj*j*t:tmi* t������.������i������u>n.*w*������4M-������i*  oa-  There is no better way of ix:  king the people think of you  than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  And ������U  SflTC'HKW ..UTKN5ILB  Sportsmens Goods |  Saywhi'd L'n d Diatriot,  Diatr'ct o������ Sajwand.  TAKK NOTrCli that William Johu  Sullivan, Nuw Yoi*k, N. Y-, oocupntlou  o'.ork, lulendii to npply for jierini-aion t*  pui'ol-.iiHO the following tho Cullowiny Aw-  cribed liwdB:���������CniiiiiioiioiiiK at    a   post  plttlltod   10 OiUllllH HliliHl   fl'OJIl   lllQ   MOUth*  o.'ttt corner of Int 570 (on pout 1371) thenco  wi'th 80 t-liniiiH, llif'iiui! i-nat 80 (ihaiv,*",  thor-cn fliuth tit) cliii-.nn, tlionoo west SO  cliuirin, to puirit of corunionooiiivut eon-  tiii..i-i[7 OK) -'ere*- in.ir.-: nr I<*hs.  WILLIAJ1 -JOilNf SULLrVAN  I-'udiflU* M. (.lin*Idnit, Agent.  Dato Juno tfl.t. 101'J,  hum-p-i ������!*������������������������������������.*  attU  I Genera! Hardware  Snywurd L.ir.d Diul-iiot.  DmU tot of a.-ywind.  TAKE NQTICW tlntt Willinu AurhubI  IJiHClntl, of >{o.vY'irk, X, Y,, occujfH*  tion tliitk, inti'Dik' lu i'Pidy fw pwuiU������;gti  to pui'c-b'wo (lio fuDowniK di-wcribeO  huid:��������� Coniuioiu'iiif' ut a jjobI pliuil.������<l  !J0 ilii.ii.ii is- hI und 40 oliuiis uoth bf th*-  north-wott torijor ol lot fifill, tliiuico \\o*t  fiU cluoiis more or lean, to lyt 05J, tbuicij  40 elinimi rontli uly K cant buuuJury i-f  lot 351, thwiiio uuti** .10 cliniiiH mon* or U-ni*  to lonno -it), thenco nortli 40 oiiuiuf) to  |,o.t.lor uimiiionueuuiit conUiulnK 900  uurtfH moru or losi.  WILLIAM AUGAUSr lJTSCHOFF  biiiior .M.UiskitiN, A^ent,  Ua-* J uun WtU, i'JlU,  v-^ajwa'd Land bin-riot.  I,'i:it-ii:tofi''jyward. .  TAKK NOTJCli tint C-'iarl-s Ht-niy  1,1 Mt, if Now Yuri-", N. Y��������� iccupi'tioii  ���������nluHuii-ti, i"t mU to i>\i[Ay for p.rinis.voii  t" p'.'.rcliiiu1.' thu fo'li'-viinf il.Ht'rilmil laniln:  C-->-u;uioi-i.-i'*-j ii'. a \> t>t ���������Jiiiitui ut lho  < (jyill t'liii uoni'ir u| lut f>,T.', (htiw** i.ortli  *0 *vljuii.i������, llni'ici") wiut U) Lhhin'i, IhiMa'  ���������juiiUi 20 **hf. nj, tlioiifn *;������i>t 'JOtl, ,in.i to  t.oilit nf L-diiiiiii'lii oi-i' nt cciilniiiiin' Im  ���������tilttn iiin|,< or ]i>hj,  fllAHLL-H UKNlty ItlivT  Kiilwr M. fi w,',;iiiH, A if n'.  U lrt.lu������������ii0 li, lilli  Sayward Lund Disbict.  Di.trict.of Skyward.  TAKB NOTICE thut Jo-Lu Ar.hur Daly,  uf Now Yoik, Now York, iccupation clawk'  iiitei-d* to apply  for pennijuion to ptir-  ch:i*-o iho   following  dcucribed  hiudu:���������  Coa.ineucing at   ft   po.t plauiid  at ili������.  soutli-eaat   owner of Leiir-o 46;   (.heuco,  south -SO  ohniris,   thtnee  wn.t 80 dm-iiifl,  fhoiico iroith, 80'chi.jp-j,   thfnoo...o-'ict fclfl.,  ���������..'hiiiiis to poi-.t of couunot-armtnl oouluiu  ing 040 ucics moro or less,  JOHN ARTIIUK DALY.  Fisher H. Gai-kinr, Agent.  Data June 24|h. 1!������12.  Snywr-.nl htiiA DUtnet.r.  Uistriot ol Srtywurd.  ih.it   \Vnlt-or   Bedell  B-������t,    af    Now    York.    No*     Yoik'  occupation    laborer,   i.iteud-i to    npply  for pormisaiuji f,o purclwwo lho  following '  dwciihul liuidf:���������-Coinmciici /j.nt  a.i".#<t  plan toil 120 chiiinn  wi-M mid  10 cJuilnii "  north o! tbo Routh-iMst  cotnti of I/who  4G, tliauoi; eouih BOcii-iins, Ui������)ooe en-rt 40,  cliniiiH    Ihojioc north   t^ch'-iun,   ihiy.no  wtHt 40 elinJua to point of oonnij'������ic-.u������3������)t  cmUi'iiui; S'.'O lurrou iu������Ui u> !u**v,  VALTlill I'Et-liLL UKST  ,  Fn-bo;- M. CUiikiirt, Agunt.  I).do .Tun j 24th, 1918.  TAKK -NOl'ICE  NOTJCIJ  Auy jxTayji or pcrwrnf, outliwfl,.  reuiuvii^ oV ttikiil'    Miy   KlUt-tni.  limljor or woo*.!, of uuy dAgi'tpfi'j'^  jolovi^iwg to tlie Wollin^noM <������oi.  ikvy CVy-, or from or off tLtilftiui  of thu Haiti (Jyjuj.mny,  or tiuyouv  tipping rubbisli of auy Jewripliu* ���������  nuywliei'H   upou   iJie wju'ipftiiy'R  lauJ will bn prosociitetl to tbo full.  e.\tt'iit of tlutliiw.  i  Vi', ]��������� COL'LSOIi',  ���������Jonural A/iumgor,  Co Uifcry Co)y,  nttkttmt %m ***m*mm** mum*, waawno��������� ,  WO'JlK.'K.  Riding on locoi!������iiliv������B nml   rail  ���������-vay cur? o(   the   Union   t'-ollu-ry  Company by any  prnton   ...r   pvr*  s������)iH-���������������xfjopt trtin crtw���������-iu ulrinly  proliJlUeil.    Kiuplovcvu   ���������rr������������  sub-  i������'C totliHUJisnul for a)lowing,  Kniii*  Uy nnittt  W. I���������  COUIiSON,  tlMJcml Mnnager. THE-NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. a  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Care  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS never  (ail.   Purcly-vcgrt  able���������act stiruly  "but fjwitly on  lhe liver.  Slop ollci  dinner  dUlrcss���������  cuif ituli-  (jcslion ��������� improve  She complexion���������brighten  ' lhe eyas. SmaM Pill, Small Uose, Small Ptict.  Genuine must bear Signature  mmwwwwmrwm*m������m*  watekhmuui-- collars and cuffs  So'tiL-llilm: oellor Uiati linen und no  Inundry bills. Wusli It with soup and  Water. All ntorcB or direct. Stato style  ��������� tut size. Km* HIic. wo will iti a i I you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,  Limited  53. Frnser Avenue.  Toronto,  Ontario  When buying your Piano insist on having- an  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. NA. No2. NoS.  Used in JrVcairh  '(ospiuls v.'itlt  (frcal sua i*s-*, ciriiES chronic wpakhcss, lost vigor  & vim, Kin:n:v, iii.ai>i>kii, oik*;a-.ks, iii.oou poison,*  FILLS. iriTIIKH Ilo. Dia-GMSTSor MAIL SI. POST <i CIS  tOI'(lhltACl>, I'll. IW.KXMAN Sr.KI'.WYOKl; or LYMAN BROS  10KON1U.    WHll'H J'OR FREE IIDiiK TO Dll. LE CJ.ERO  Men.Co, llAVKKS'rocKl<D.l(AMi'srE-iu'London, Eno.  lllYNLWmtAOKECTAbTKLI-.SMI'OUMOl'    ]-ASY  TO  TAKK  SAfl*. AND  i.ast1nocure.  ski; that i-kadi'. marked word 'iiii:rapion' is on  vuir.iioyr.siAMP afpixiid to all gksuimk i-acmjts.  i li I ..!'.������ 1,11-wjr.a \i f,3..-.,.,..,.-,/ * ,.i.���������iur  THERAPiON  .WANTED at once  5!"   *���������" Tersons   to   work   for   us  in spnrc timo al home. No' experience  l-equlrod with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Kasy nnd fascinating  work. Good pay. No canvassing, Wrlto  for i list met ion;s  (freo).  "     COMMERCIAL   ART  STUDIO,  313 College Street.**-   '   Toronto, Canada.  REST AND HEALTH 70 MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Wi.vsi.ow's Soothing Syrup lias been  twedforoverfSlXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS of  MOTHliUS ior their CHILDREN WIIIftF,  TSIi't'lIINO, with l'BRl'KCT SUCCESS. U  SOOTHtiS the CHILD, SOl/TENS the GUMS,  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURKS WIND COLIC, and  li the best remedy for DIARRUUJA. ./It is ab-  ���������nhitely haimles.*-. Be sure and ask'Ior "Mrs.  Vinslow's Soolliiug Syrup," and tukc HO other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  [���������or YOUR  HORSE WILL .'DIE  Suppose one of your hor.'.cn  dropped doivn tvi'tli Colic ?  Wlim n'oulil you do? Wha1  iroulJ a Veterinary do after  yon (jot iiini V* Colic often  kills in an hour���������SO minutes  ilf.-l,'if in cm a a valuable  horse lost,  Tlietliinff to ik> in to have .1  but tie.of  c Cure  u  Clire-i in li*n miiliitci Sps*  modic Colic, das Colic,  Kidney Co!i<-', Uloat, /lento Intiiffehtmn, Uisin  I-'oniulVr, It ncul rnli/c.'i tin* nd-Js. in the  Hloinacli���������cxpelu |*-a������i*s from tlm inteatinri���������-  in-itanlly rfiluctn liloatinif���������slops the hpnsiim oi'  pain���������nml render** llie Momucli and bowels dean  anil ,'iiiliscpli,**,  Alisohili-ly [jiiaranlced In euro every rati*   of  t'ol.'i; or money refunded,  Sold hy Oenlrrfl Kvcrywlipre,  00c. and $1.00 per holtlu,  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO.  TORONTO  LIMITCO  01  ONTARIO  A M.irvel  Mils Smith nny <|U.*ilIllc.niloiis for  Kcrvlcc in ilio diplomatic corps? Yea,  lm (''in Inli'i-riin* In ii fiimi'rol beUvc'Oti  friend:-* iuul slill rotnlii  tho booiI-syIII  ol   llfllll.  V  'nro, ]Aonto, Indy, Hay** Ilio cr.-idnr*.  fu.' im Mio Hlrt'f.'L friir, Tills way,  Indy, pli'ttho, mi.vh Ilio llooi'-wulltoi' In  tho Hinn.', And no ll v,oe.* overy-  whoro. Would H not lie much hot[or  ir our f'Oiuliif'tiii'H nml hIiop-wiiIIkth  it ud clf*i'!;s ft nd odlcliilfl of rill kltt'ln  were lo nrtopl Mm iniit'li iiioro oiiphou-  Inns MinliiUi art lho form of Hiilulnllon,  John luul bffin very illHohortlonr und  hiu mother, with ii nml fucc, onlloA lo  liliii lo coin.*- -ami I'cci'lvo lho piinl.sli-  iiii'iil Hint ('���������;)''owed nn liifrliinfiin'iil  nl' linn  piii'llciilrii* nili*.  Jiisl. one ml mil i.', Mother, hoRK'-rl  .IoIiii, Ilo knelt tlown hcHldi) hi.--  lied mid In ii vory cnnicst volco .snid:  Oh,   l.oi'il,  you'vo (ifli'ii   inoniliicd  in  lllll|l   IIH  Wlll'll   WO  lll'l-llt'll   It,        Now'h  yonr c.liuiic?.  THE COUNTRY FAIR  Money   Spsnt   In'/Attending   Fairs   Is  Well Invested  1 Fair time i6 again upon ua. It Is  Uie annual holiday liandtd down by  our forefathers who lilted the soil nr..l  gathered to discover whicli had been  abki to wrest the fairest fruits from  their labor. ft Is a time of healthy  competition and relaxation that every  member of iho family should bo allowed to enjoy. Both farmers ami  city cousins should attend. Even the  most Insulated elly dweller is but a  generation or so away from toil tilling- ris men all tilled the soil or grazed  thoir herds at one'time, Those who  can have gotten back to the soil after  drifting Into tho unnatural hothouse  ciiy life. There Is something for  everybody at the .fair, whether lt be  merely a country pumpkin show or  llie more -enlarged and classified exhibition and oursclf, especially if you  take an acMv-r part iu entering your  best farm produce or help ih managing or superintending'it. The local  fair, liko lhe country newspaper, the  country schoolhousu and the country  church, is a success or fall uro just  to that extent that home folk;, take  active part. Its power for good Is  also much greater than ordinarily  conceded. * Many a big breeder of  purebred live stock got liis inspiration  from tho local two-by-twice,, country  fair when his cow, pig or colt won  tin rod ribbon from the "neighbors:  Thnt victory or defeat may have  aroused , friendly competition which  started one of more plain farmers to  breeding pure- J>*-cds to' show neighbors Jones and Smith that they could  not heat the products of the rival  neighbor's farm. Attend at, least two  fairs the -coming season���������tho homt-  pump'tln affair, If you wish to so designate it, and' the big fair that will  be advertised anc*. talked about ih your  section. ' See what your neighbors  are doing and then see, what the best  herds, flocks and fields"'in the Dominion are doing.���������Exchange.  A Famous Caf-a  The passing of' the Caro Anglais in  Pari,, awakens many recollections,  amongst the oldor Londoners who used'  to visit Paris a dozen times in the  year. Forty years ago the restaurant was famous for its food and frequenters, who included nearly every  celebrity ln'Europe. it was then  King Edwr.rd's favorite restaurant in  Paris, always faultlessly conducted  although strongly dauhetl wllh "Bo-  hemianism. All that' wf.s best, in  the social and nrtistic world was to bo  found thore. , it. was one of the few  restaurants which kept open through  the selge, and thero was ground for  belief in the story that It never remembered afterwards to reduce its  prices.  imi������vw*wi.-iiiii ������������������  Pat and Jim wero trudging along  the dusty road whon a big touring  car passed them with a whiz llko a  roar of a gigantic rocket disappeariir-j*  in a cloud of dust.  (lorry! exclaimed Pal, thim chug  wagons must cost a luipe of cash.  Tho rich In Mils country,, is fairly  burning money*. '  Indado thin, replied Jim, be the  smell of i'. it must bo that tainted  money wo do bo heurii***; so much  about.  ,. An Oil of Merit ���������Dr Thomas' Ec-  Iectric Oil is not a jumble of medicinal substances thrown together and  pushed by advertising, but the result  of the careful Investigation of the curative tiualitios of certain oils as applied to the human body. It is a  rare combination aud it won and kept  public favor from the first. A trial  of it will caro* conviction to any one  who doubt its power to repair and  heal, *    ' ." ���������  '   Grant's Joke at Vicksburg  Fifty years ago, when GrantNwas be-  seiging Vicksburg, the Confederate  newspaper of that city, which in the  desperate condition^ was printed on  the reverse side of wall paper, editorially referred to a rumor that Grant  had claimed that he would"be iu possession oRlie city oh nie~Fourtlr"of  July. " '    ,������  The editor gayly reminded tho Union  commander of the old recipe for cooking rabbits, beginning: First, catch  your rabbit.  ���������Vicksburg was surrendered to Grant  on tho Fourth of July, and one of the  ilrst acts of the grim conqueror was  to print a second edition of the Confederate newspaper, with this note  added to the bantering editorial.  P.S.���������-July 4. The rabbit has beeu  caught.  The Oldest Trees  Nono of tho famous British "oaks,  long-* lived through th-y are, comes  anywhere near holding the record as  tho oldest tree in* tho world. . The  Soma cypress, in Lombard}*, Is known  io havo existed forty years before the  birth of Christ, and Ceylon boasts a  sacred treo which is said to have  sprung from a branch of ono under  which Buddha reclined ln the sixth  century B.C. According to Dean  Stanley, too, thero' are still eight' of  the original olives standing in Gelh-  semane. Straying into the realm of  legend, ono can And' a tree sprung  from Cain's staff in' Palestine.���������The  London Chronicle.  I understand'.WJillie - Jones has run  away from home. ���������*  Yes, his mother gave-.him a cubist  haircut.  Minard's Llnir.ient Cures Colds, Etc.  Path of the Sun       ���������    ���������  Tho sun's'palh Js called tlie ecliptic.  It Is a great, circle of tlie celestial  sphere,' cutting the celestial equator  af two points 180 degrees apart and  making wl-th it.an angle" *-f 23Va Ao-  groeB known as tho obliquity of tho  ecliptic, Tlio crossing points ��������� aro  called fho equinoxes, because the days  and nlghla aro then equal, and tho  points midway between the equinoxes  are the solstices, because the sun then  sooms lo aim..1 still for a fow days.  The ecliptic Is ho called becnuso  t'cllpsos occur only whon the moon Is  crossing it or Is near It, for. the  moon'** lrblf cms the ecliptic In two  points, called nodes or*knots, and at  other tlmofl Ih above or below it. If  tha moon -when In either noilo, Is In  lino with (ho sun nnd (ho earth wo  have nn eclipse, either lotnl or annular. TV nl.*) i. near hor node wo havo  a ���������.���������arl.lal ocllpfie.  The moon's nodes are not. Million-  ary, but movo back ward on lho moon's  orbit, completing a revolution In  about nineteen years, when tho nellp-  fios of the period recur in tlin sanio  ordor and at nliout lho same Intervals  ns beforo, Thl,s period of eighteen  years and eleven dn>s Ik called tho  snrofl. Ii wiih known lo iho Clml-  denim and iho Crooks and gnvo them  tholr data for computing eclipses.  Any Intelligent person enn Irnco lhe  buii'h path lu tho heavens. If the  Hii'i 1'lHen exactly iu lho on si. nml kcIh  In lho west ll. Is Mm 1.1 mn of lho oqiilu-  nxon, If ilio sunrise and hiiuhoL  polniH nre I'm I host south and tin? huh  Is very low In lho ' avons nt roondny  il In Mu- Mini- of Ihe winter j *' -Llci*.  A man travelling westward in a  ihrough express, one day last week,  left* his seat In "tho crowded dining  car just after ho had. ordered his  luncheon. He went to get something  he had forgotten in"the Pullman.  When, he returned, in spile** of the  fact that he had left a magazine on  the chair in the diner, he-found-'a  handsomely dressed woman ih bus  place. He protested with all the politeness ho could muster, but the woman turned on him with flashing eyes.  Sir, sh3 ' remarked,' haughtily, do  you know that I am one of the. director's wives? '  My dear madam, he responded, ft  ysir^wm5v!C~tlremJ'dii'ector1s���������onl*j���������wife-1-  shotild still ask for my chair.  HIS OWN  DETECTIVE.  Jeweller Disguised Himself and Succeeded In Tracing Stolen Pearls  Charles Gys, a Paris jewel .er,. who  waa swindled out ot three pearl necklaces by a man named Hnum, by his  own exertions succeeded In finding the  thief and recovering the pearls.  Braun pretended to Gya that he had  a customer i'or the necklace, but decamped when they were entrusted to  him, ostensibly abandoning his wlfo  and chlldrei. ��������� Mme. Braun exhibited great grief at being deserted, but  V.. Gys had a suspicion that sho was  aware of her husband's whereabouts,  so he had his hair dye-1, donned a  false beard and ragged garments aud  completely* disguised as a typical Parisian mendicant, posted himsejf outside her residence and shadowed her  .when she went out,  Three days passed and then, with  her children she went ,io tho railway  station and took 'the express for Vienna. ��������� M. Gys waa in tho same train,  and on reaching the Austrian capital  lis saw Braun awaiting Ills fc.mily ou  .the platform, lie followed the party,  and learning tliat besides being a  swindler, Braun was a deserter from  lho Austrian army, easily induced tho  authorities lo issue a warrant for his  arrest. ,  Captured afi'er a*vain ondoa'.'r*r to  use a revol/er, Braun confessed that  he had pledged the. necklaco for  ������4,900 to three Parisian moneylenders.  Continuing h'.n researches, 'M. Gys  found' tho bank ln whicli Braun had  deposited this money, secured evl-  lenco to show that the three moneylenders were Braun's accomplices, and  had them* arrested, ai.J eventually  traced the pearls.  Minard's   Liniment' Ctiro -Diphtheria  Paris  Police  Use  Hand Carrnon  The Paris,   police   'department   is  equipped witli what is considered an  ^  "Repeater"  Smokeless Powder Shells I  ���������IW*'  ^>  For a hifjh grade sneU at a reasonable price,  the Winchester Loaded "Repeater" has th$  call among sportsmen who have tried all  makes.    Although moderate priced, the  "Repeater" ia loaded with the bestjquality  tbi powder  and  shot.    I"he list of, loads  furnished  in   this  shell  cover most  shooters'  requirements,  and all of them  give  a  full   measure1 of* shooting:  satisfaction.   Look for the W on the box.   They-we  JUGII JN Q UAL TT Y MOWiRA ?J$ IN PR ICtt  gyjg'.vAu.'iMsouaaimwM^  Accomplishments  11 isn't the pull that you, have, men  respect, r  Or Urj help lhat your many friends  give.  i:'s the effort you make all yourself  to collect  Tho price ot the life that you live.  It is fine to be helped, but it's liner  by' far,  In tlio battlo for glory or pelf,  To strive for hill tops, though distant  they are,  And to gain them nt last by yourself. J  He Knew  Oh, Willie,    you    must    put   your  drum away.    This Is Sunday.  'But  mother,  I -was  going  lo play  some sacred music.  '   When Asthma Cornea do not    despair.    Turn at once to the help ef-  effeci'ive  weapon for'-.rso"Fn" disTodg-' f,������clive,���������Dr:���������,'*y D- Kellogg's .Asthma  A story Is being told of a couple  of tourists in Spain who could not  speak*the language, and, consequently-  had some difficulty in making knowii  their wants.  Cne day they camo'to a wayside Inn  fnd tried to obtain some meat���������roast  beef, for choice. Bur, nobody could  understand them.  What are we to do? asked ono of  them despairingly.  I know, "said the other, a ray of  hope appearing. I'll draw a picture  of a cow.   Then they'll understand.  Ho made a rough sketch of a cow,  put a 2 beneath,it and handed lt to  the waiter, w.ho instantly smiled to  show tliat he understood, and went  off to executo their order.  A fow minutes later he returned  wllh Iwo tlckols for a bull fight.  A young mnn recently got marrlod  nnd took a cottage, detormlnpd to grow  enough vegotables to keep tho household going. * Ilo started to dig up  Iho garden and after half, an hour's  hard work, was astonished to llnd a  silver dollar at his fool. Thon ho  dug with renewed ardor. Several  pennlos, a quarter nnd threo dimes  rewarded his efforts.  Blow! If this ain't a gold mine, he  said, digging away for all ho waa  worth, J. wonder what 1 will iind  next,  Ills arms ached, litllo heads or perspiration trickled down his noso and  his neck felt, as thoubh it was breaking, Ho could slick it out no longer,  Ue straightened his bnck i.i last with  a groan of pain and at tho sumo  in hi tint roll, Hometlillng cold sliding  down his log, In it niomeiit lio hud  grasped tho truth. Thero was a holu  In his trousers pockr-ts.  ^^L���������  60c. ��������� box or six bo/io for \1  nt .'.Ij rJe*ilern,.or Th*s Dodt'v M  cinu Compary, I. In. I ted, Toro  Cat-nd-v,  .DO,  ftdli  ,ito,  Wished He Wan n Comet  i wlrih I wiih ii fitftl", llie dude High*  oil, smiling in* lild own poetic fancy.  I would nil her you were u comet,  Hiu* Hiild (Iroamlly,  Jllii hniii't bent tumiiltiiously,  Anil   why?  lie  'inked,   lonilprly,  nl  Mm same timo inking her unre-ilhtliig  'little, ii lm ml  In  ''iH own.   Ami   why?  he I'l-poiitcd Imperiously;  Ull,   ti|U!   .ill ill,   li.il I   A   )li\>ihli;ti',   'Alii-  '������������������lines;'-; that fell freezing upou his  hoiiI, hf-eau .o Mien you would como  iimiiml onlv oik*i> In llfteon your**.  Atid ho look IiIh hut and went out  I tno <h<- Hlilinniprltw moonlight.  Mrs. Vauglian waa out Hhopplng  ono morning, imd upon dot- roturn  homo sho asked Annie, hor maid, if  there had boon any callers during hor  absence  Yos, mum, roplled Annie.  Who cnHul? iiifiulrivl the mistress,  'Mm, Cnssldy, mum, said the girl.  Mr**. Cnnsltly? ropeati'd Mrs,  Vanghaii, thoughtfully, Why I don't  know any Mrs,  Cassldy.  No, mum, aiiBwered Annlo. She  didn't t'jmo to woo you, nuii'ii; ,-iho  ciuno to hoo mo.,  Moonshlno  The young milliliter lost his lnmui-  ncrlpi mio h'undny morning, ho he  *������������������-pokn out t"liiih:  I a in very Horry indeed to havo to  Inform you thut I huvi>���������it-���������somehow  or oMkm',.iiiislniil my ni'i'innu for this  morning. 1 mum���������-it-- Mii'ivtuic,  ti'UHt. to Providence for inspiration,  Tu-uiiriii I *.vlU i-uiiii' bi'it-T iircpaiv.l.  OlailyM���������Billy, you rton'r twonr you  lovo mo?  Hilly-���������-Vou know 1 love you, What  do you winli nio lo Hweur It ou?  (JliulvH���������On Mm bench out. In lhe  moonlight!  In niOi-it iKU'lf* of China -vood U  very sciirco and coHtly. Mo.it of the  tivi.M wore out down Ion;; ago nud  ovory year dry leaves and grass aro  raked ruid gutlicvt'il *���������-, th iho utmost  euro,  Cent���������I've i.o cluing!.* ihln morning.  I wlll glvo you tiumfcfhiiig uu my return.  Crofuilng Hwpi-por (sadly'���������Ah, sir,  you would lm "Kurprli'eil If you know  lui',-,- intn'h iiiii'i'-y I Invo h*.", by i-.lv  Ing civ (lit Mint. way.  ing criminals who barricaded themselves in houses and defy capture,  which is a habit the Paris Apaches  havo developed quite extensively. The  weapon is a hand cann-i, designed  particularly l'ov throwinj bombs,  which when tjiey explode will fill a  building or room with suffocating gases sufficiently powerful to overcome  the occupants. The cannon, which  is used behind , a portable shield,  which completely protects the user  from bullets, looks like a piece of iron  pipe, and-may be* carried in the hands #  or slung over the shoulder like arifle,'  It cau also be used as a Are cxtlng- *  uisher, for throwing life lines into  the upper windows ot burning buildings, forcing doors opea by hurling  heavy projectiles anl' throwing grenades *Iu war time.  * One or the Other       v   Qiie_-_Uid stoxy__]oads���������t.o^_ano.the'l.,  A Cleveland school teacher���������- ono ,who  has at several ineriods In the. sweet  scented past favored m with anecdotes about her pupils'���������sends us an  account of a-quiz conducted ih her  geography class only a day or two  ago, '.ays the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  In vhat zone do wo live? asked  this teacher.  ' The Teinp'rut Zone! chanted lho  well drilled class.  Right. And what do we mean by  temperate?    Willie, you may answer.  emp'rut is where it's freezing cold  half the time and roasting hot the  other hair of. tho time,,  If Willie wasn't sent lo the head of  tho clc-'i; for that it wasn't because  ho dldt*'.t deserve tho honor.  Remedy. . This wonderful remedy  will give, you 'tlio aid you need so  sorely. Choking ceases, breathing  becomes natural and *���������'without effort.  Others, thousands of them,- have suffered as you suffer but have' wisely  turned to this famous rem.edy and  ceased to suffer.* Get a package this  very day. \ .    '  A  WARLIKE  PRINCE  The.Kalser'a Son Startled Berlin With  His Book  Something liko a sensation was  caused in Berlin by the publication  by tho German Crown Prince of. a  book called 'Germany, in Arms.,' The  book, which is most reverently dedicated to the Gorman K.nperor and iho  Prussian King, contains the following  motto: Tho world does not rest moro  safely on the shoulders of Atlas thaa'  does Germany on her *..my ai:d navy.  The "Imperial editor asserts .that  Germany,-'more than any olh -r land,  has to trust "to its armaments, aud  (hat as., its geographical position la',  unfavorable, anduas all nations do not ,  regard Germany with affection, tlia  country has tho sacred duly imposed  on it always to maintain Its army and  navy In a state of readiness. ��������� Only  in this way, relying on our good sword  can wo maintain*that,place in the.sun  whicli is ours, but which will not be  voluntarily conceded to us,  The Crown'Prince goes on to say  that diplomacy may delay, the conflict ���������  for a season, but thoso in, responsible  positions mint know thnt once a gigantic conflagration is lighted lt Is not  so easy-to extinguish.* . ���������   *  Speaking of  the. delight; of riding*  to an attack,  the Prluco, says ,thera  is  one' delight slill' greater���������namely,  that of meeting the enemy at the etui  Would r     ilse, But���������  Wouldn't  you   promise  to  obey  a  man of whom you thought enough to l of the gallop and the fight'for life and  marry' ,' ' | death  I might, rei'lif-.d Miss Cayenne. But  ,- Circumnavigating, the Globe  The interest iii circumnavigating  the globo In the shortest possible  space of time .periodically revives.  Tho record has. been, successively,  {in 1003 by Henry Frederick; 39 days  in 1911.- by Andre Jaeger-Schmidt.  Now a New York 'Evening Sun' reporter, J, II. Wears, is trying to make  a new record. .lie left New York  July- 2 and hopes to confpleto his  journey in 35 Jays.        ,  -'* Intervals  First Child���������Doos yctir father scold  every minute he's lu tho house?  Second Child���������No, nol when ho Is  beating us.  A Grand Affair  A. Pennsylvania man tried lo cut  Ihe rattler of a llvo snako. ' Tiio  funeral next day was ono of tho  largest ever seen l.n tho neighborhood.  His Kind  Mr. Uudorslzo���������I wlfilA could havo  known you in my salad days.  Miss' Port���������T don't, 1 never cared  for shrimp salad.  I should undonnicdly have a few  things to say if'he were ever so impolite-as to toni'i d. me of my pjrom-  ise. .     .   *       ,  Reciprocity  Hero  some  crazy    scientist , says  that geese honk like human beings..  ���������Well-don't���������somo���������human���������beings-  cackle like geese? '  Tho club voted to go to the avlafion-  mcet..  I suppose the resolution was adopted by aorising vote.  A Chance for Mother  Mother (reprovingly}��������� You know  dear,' grandnuv has gono,,to heaven  and papa- has gono to heaven and  If 'you, tell untruths you cannot go  to heaven���������you will havo to go to tho  othor place.  The child���������Oh, mamma, yon say a  swonr word and come lo the oilier  placo, too.  No Reason for Staying  Why have you come home so soon?  I thought you liked it so well that yon  were going to stay all summer.  1 did think, of staying longer, but a  man was drowned there last week..  Well, that ought not to have driven"  you away.     You don't have to go in  ���������wher-e-he���������losb-his-life-*- -' -**-.���������  -' I .know, -but ho was the only man  wo had at the place except, on Saturdays and Sundays. .'"  Accidental   "  Professor���������Can you ��������� tell ilie c'ias������  the name of the belt north of Hit*  equator?  -Pupil���������Cnii'l  sir.  Professor���������Correct.  Jennie, have you discovered th*  bomb?.  Yes,   <loar.  Have you mailed the Infernal machine?  Yes, my angel.   ,  Then powder your uo-je* and., we'll  go to Mrs, Stimson's Ion.  Domestic Frankness  * Pet���������Do you think I'd look bolter  If I : .id my beard shaved off?'  Dearest���������Of course uot; jus', when  your face Is nlmost covered.  *  Early Genius  Troiid Father���������I tell you, sir, that  boy of mine will ho a wonder!  Friend (wearily)��������� What .wonderful  thing has he done now?  Proud Father���������Why, (lie oilier da/  he ato all tho preserves in tho pantry  and I overheard him say ns he smear-.  ed tho cat's face with tlio stuff. Tanv  sorry Tom, to do this, hut I cau'f  liavo the old folks suspect mo."  How WIN He Get the Gasoline?  '  Brown has just inherltc-d a thousand  dollars* from his uncle.  What's ho going to do wiih It?  Buy ii ROCK) car,������l think,  'ortland  COME men ask for so many bags of  ^   "cement"���������  Others, more careful, say they want  '' Portland Cement"���������  But the man who does the  best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland  Cement-  ���������V.   N    U, 1������l  He Got On  .Miil.uin** Whon I marlei your!  ninth*-!" I v/.'i' i-y'inilii'* fen dollars a j  ������������������vi.-'l; ���������-I*.*..* ���������rn.-.-i l.in-r J boi.-jhi onl ���������  Iir;- f>!*ii|il')>'i������r. ���������  'luiinht'T   And put In a <-.ibh rcjils-]  ter!  Llu i.till Ibi-re, nnd I won't Jmrt  you. All I want is your nioih'y and  your jev.i-h), ..ml tt>t-n I'll git.  All right, old man. und whilo yon  nro Menreliing for tho JoweU if you  run nt-rtv;-. my drc-*.- n!.!n ���������Ji,Ili, j  wWi ymi would put ilir-iii out nn tho  ilri'Hiior. I haven't been nhlv to find  ih-.'tn for a tiiontl..  Write iJ-.'-.Cfliiac.'aC'- ..c. I  Information Bureau. IVicr.-  trer-l, for ������ free copy of  " Whnt tlm Fmmer Ca������  Do Wiih Concrete."  There ii ��������� CnnacU  Cement dealer in your  oeighboihood. If you do  not know him, writ* lot  hit nime.  ���������������������������  ���������������������������������,���������  y.\  '< ���������' '"'J.i.KI  ������������������������  ���������JJC_ 15 ���������*������������������������������������  ���������I.--  *"*     0'*  'THE-NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C,  ���������5  /  'i W-������44^4*'t'4^>H44f*M>4^^^'H  l  ii  [ THE FERNCLIFFE  PITCHER  Story of a Baseball Cliani-  ii ,i,i  pionshlp  ���������>  ���������>!  ���������I  ���������>���������������  -f'  ���������>���������  ���������>!  *<  ���������<  ���������'  *���������!  ��������� i  i'  .'���������!'  ,*>!  ���������!  tl  ���������I  ��������� l  .1  l I  ���������>!  ��������� I  it.  By DAVID R.  BRADY  Thu' bnsebui.1 fever for tho, coming  ���������Benson  wns on, and tho teams were  being made up with unusual euro, for  half, a dozen towns within a dozen,  miles of one another" hnd formed n  lenguo   with   u   view   to  disputing  a  '���������chnniploiishlp    before    the    diamond  should he deserted In favor of the grid-  ,Iron.   No professional players-were allowed to mho part, and every precaution was tn ken to Insure au amateur  (series of games. ���������  , As the ficnson advanced the different  teams wero found to ho so evenly  matched Unit lt was Impossible to predict which two would play tho finals  for; tlio champion prize bat Inlaid  ���������with  silver nnd  beautiful  to, behold,  in' \  l''*   I  V  ti  >  k--  w  *^K"ixsirv~\v"AsiwAri;iriKu*inM-ccosii:Tri-.���������  -At first the Forest Hills led. with tho  Spnrksvillcs second. Then the Hammond Centers and Uuilfords crept  upon'these tennis and passed them.  Ami so tlie'record kept changing till  midsummer, when lt became evident  lhat two learns, hoth. of* which* hud  been nt.tlie foot of tho list at the start,  the Hlltons and the Kerneliffes, stood  lit iho .head of the list, nnd one or the  oilier was hound to win the but.  The rein-ion of this was (lint both  these wains, after tlio'lirst few games  Inn! been played, got In new cnptaltH,  who**took them In hand In earnest and  I'liii-..���������lied them splendidly. Wiirllold tt  tiie Hiiinmoiid Centers was jocularly  j-pukon of ns having been born with n  baseball In his mouth, mid,Klusey of  the Kerneliffes was .represented' when  ii baby ns having thrown awny his  bottle nud called for a bat, Hach man  weeded out lhe poor malerhil he found  In his team nnd replaced it. with tho  best. It wns said Mint Wnrliojd could  tell n good eiilclier liy his wall* and that  Klusey "coil Id run ho a < wirier In threo  lessons of any limit,  The excitement luul beon Increasing*.  dm Ing the playing of the games up to  llie point of deciding which teams  should make the Until struggle for tho  Imt, and when this was determined it  reached fever heat.  While there was 111 feeling between  the pnrtlsnns, there was none whatever between the two tennis. The cup-  tains were the best of friends nud remained so notwithstanding tho rivalry.  Much lold lhe othor Mint be expected  tn lm befiteii. hut would die game,  though nn such admission was allowed  to get out. 't*a  The excitement ran as high; )\)u<A}&  -made at hand. The person he wns In*  ttructing did hot come to 'Klnsey fot  Instruction. Klusey went to his pupil  lfor this reason it was difficult to fin<  out who was the man being taught t<  twirl.   ' ' "'���������������������������  This matter seriously disturbed tin  betting ou the champion game. Kin  soy was importuned with question*,  about his new pIUAer nnd how tin  matter would affect the.game." He re  piled that In his own opinion his tean*,  hnd as good a chance for winning wltt  tho substitute ns. with the original, bul  he declined to glvo an opinion as to tin  result. A mau named Kyle, who wai  belling on tho' gairio, so persisted in  his questions as to who tho new, pitch  er was, whero ho came from aud whal  was his record that-Klnsey, flnallj  losing.his patience, said:  "1 don't know that-I'll have a pitch  er. I may have to take one from thi  ,tenm." .     ,  /."That will make you a mau short,"  eh id1 Kyle. '        '  "Suppose It should?"  "in that case I'll bet yon ������50 yoo  losetbo game."  "I'm not betting on the game, hut II  , you'll mnUo'tho stake ii present for thf  :pitcher  to. cost  not  more  than   SIC  against a  box of cigars to cost the  samo umount I'll take you.!'  "All right." said Kyle;."It's n go."  Several persons who wero standing  near were puzzled ut.lhls strnugo contract, but. Interpreting it favorably foi  the Kerncllffo team, went awny to ge<  bets   against   It.    Tho  Incident   was  spread ii broad and tended tojstinmlnu*  the backing of Kinsey's team, thougli  odds wero obtained. It -being reported  that tbe pitcher would como from the  tenm as already.constituted and, thai  the gnmo was Hablo to be played wltt  a man short. ...        *   J  Up,to the day tbe game was played  no one had seen lho now pitcher, and  some contended that there would bene  new* pitcher; that Klnsey had a mar  on his leu in-n dark horse-who would  do the twirling. Kerncllffe folks, talc*,  Ing their cue from the captain, made  what bets they could get (at considerable odds In their favor) thnt the Fern*  cliffes would win the game with a man  short. - ������  When the teams walked out on the  diamond, true enough, there were but  , eight "men in the FeruclilTes. However, when the game was called a man  emerged from the Ferncliffe' quarters  and -advanced toward the diamond,  He went straight-to, the pitcher's bos  and stood there with every.spectator'*?  eye fixed,, upon him. He was of me*  dium height aud appeared lo be well  built, though his loose uniform was  not calculated .'to show the linos of bis  figure. He did not look over eighteen  ���������ycars-oldrbut-thnt-was-nboiit-the-nver--  iige age of either team. Klnsey tossed  him the ball." which'seemed to go fo  him as., It he held a magnet in hi**  palm, and lhe game began;  it does not come within lhe scope of.  this story to give h detailed account of  the struggle for the chnnipionship between the Hilton and FerncllfTc teams.  It was closely contested from the start.  At first the Fernellfl'c's pitcher seemed  to be very nervous atid mndo some bud  breaks, Klusey was watching him  closely, and now and again spoke to  him encouragingly. Itenssurod, ho  went on with his work and before tho  third Inning began to show himself a  (irst class twirier. Indeed, boforo tho  gumo was finished It wris evident'thnt  If the game was won ut all it would  bo won through the advantage ho gavo  his team, In the eighth Inning it was  a tie, and only by lhe brilliant pitching In the ninth did the Forncllffos  win lhe game.  The tetitiis had left the grounds  when Kyle stopped up lo Klnsey and  said:  . Muffled Knock*.  'Tour wife is a splendid apfl a highly sensible woman. How, hi tne world  did you manage to win her?"  "That speech of yours last night, old  chap, tilled mo with enthusiasm. Who  wrote it. for youV" 7  "Whenever L look at you, Mlbbs.JT  can't help  wondering what there Is  aboiit.you that makes me have a sort  ,,of liking for you."  "I don't believe you ever got drunk  In your life. ii-iendr,Swlghum. If you  ever did, though, It'was at somebody  else's expense."." ' .  _ "Come lu. old boy." We were just  talking aboiit you, and I'm mighty  glad you didn't hear what we Were  saying.'.'���������Chicago Tribune.  Advice Not Taken.  '"Don't' eat thafsluff," lho doctor said,  "Or you will mioii be with tho 'lend."  lint when the doclor hnd hia any,  Tlie patient uto ll anyway���������  . And he's llvlnii yet.       >"*  "Don't buy Mint rundown mislnes***, friend,  Or your career will shortly end."-*  Thus -spoke the mnn who'd hnve his i?ay.  'Tho buyer went his hciidttrone* wny���������  And now no's rich. ���������  "You can't rnl.se liny,on such poor land.  You'll slarvo before you^Ket ii stand,"  Observed tlio neighbor on tho rlsht  The farmer planted day uiid.nlKlil���������  He's rich ns Croesus now,'  "They can't put you In 1nil for that!"  *  Exclaimed the lawyer;- bleck nnd int.  Tlio man In prison granncd n groan,  And Uio lawyer man.left him ulone���������  Uni he stayed In jail.  * -Tlt-Blts.  Tho Old Man's Money..' ,  ���������"���������Did you hear 'bout tbe old man"!  experience in the bankiu*' business?"  "No.   Wflat was 1*?"  "Why, he put $0-0 in bank���������first money he'd ever put there���������an' the boys  tor him tlmt'ho'd belter keep a eye  on tho bank, as they failed mighty fre.,  quonl an' ho wu/. liable to lose all."  "Well?"  J "Well, he hung round that bank so  constant that tho bank people got suspicious of him an' thought he wins  goin' to blow the bank up. Whenever  he seen tiie cashier come out be fol-  lered him round town, always keepin'  lilm in sight. An' lt wuz ,tho "siinie  way, with tho bank president un' all.  tho clerks. ,; An' when he finally applied for a job as, janitor o' tho In-  sUlutiou, so's ho could be on the spot  ln case o' trouble, they had him arrested, an' tho judge decided that be wu-/.  crazy, an' they"wuz jest about to send  him to a lunatic asylum when his  friends explained things, an' the bank  folks glvo lilm his money nn' tol' hlni  to,git-."���������Exchange.  Bhe--Tow nave two cliib meetirigs  each week���������one for the old and'one for  the young men. , Why Is that?'  He���������Why. the young and the old  don't mix any more. The old men aro  too lively for the young ones. ��������� FUe-  geude Walter.  FELINE FAMILY HISTORY.  "I'm not so hard ns people s=uy,  Because they'io in my it-ther*  I'm ji'meltlns proposition,"  Quoth Satan in tlio weather.   .  ���������Atlanta Constitution.  10 mustn't*  hold  hep  "Sho   told   me  hand."  "When did she tell you Mint'*"'  "Oh. just after 1 hud let go ol it  New'York Kveuliig World.  Fiction hopelessly,Inane,  Poetry to measure writ,  Art conventional and vain,  Banished humor, Joy anU wit;  Specials on tho obvious  .  Bytlio Hiilhors'ii'iw lirst seen  Sodden, dull, lugubrious���������        ���������  That's a modern magazine,  -Chicago ually News.  Saved Mother First.  , .lohn ouo day took his mother and  wife out for a boat ride, nud just iis.  they got away from thu shore they got  into some swift water which turned,  their bout over and threw them into  the water. John swum out to his  mother, and took her "to shore, lie  then went back for his wile, who was  just about to drown. He grabbed her,  and just as they got to'shore his wife  said: ' .  "John, why didn't you save mi* lirstV!  "Well." said .lohn, "you see 1 coiildn't  get another mother, but 1 could get an-J'.  other wife.',' ��������� Cincinnati Commercial  ���������Tribune.  What First Aid Did For Him.  - Over the telephone eumo a message  thnt a man hnd been' seriously hurt,  aiid lho specialist was urged to imme-.  dlnto attention. Ou entering the room  where the patient lay the great doctor  paused with a look of astonishment  "My dear man." he exclaimed to tho  patient, "L didn't expect to llnd you  ln a condition llko this! What have  you been doing to yourself if Was It'  an automobile'.-'"  "No, doctor," feebly replied the patient. "1 was walking along-tho street  and slipped on a banana skin."  "Slipped on a banana skin!" cried  tho doctor, with greater amazement.  "Do you mean (o tell me thut a bauaua  ski**** "did all this?" '  ' "No, doctor." wns the weak rejoinder  of tho'-patient "When I fell I was  carried Inlo a store and treated by  somebody who hnd studied first aid to  the"iuJiii'ed."-Phlladelpfihi Telegraph'.  "Where uro you going to spend Iho  .summer?"  "Somewhere where 1 shall not havo  to spend anything else.1'���������Vogue.  lio thought hor swell  , And nil of that  Until sho called  A yacht a "ynt."  ���������Jiidiio,  Here Are the Facts, Although You May  Not Believe Them.  Why shouldn't a respectable oat sl(  on the fence and howl when extract*  from its family history read liko tills:  >  "Throughout the tertiary formations,  from the,upper eoccno onward, there  appears a remarkable fnmjly of eats,  with a dentition slill'more .specialized  than thnt of the feliiiae^the true fe-  lilies, retaining other skeletal feature:-?  of a iiioro primitive typo of cuts.  Theso were the machnerodontiuno  w.hlch survived* until tho pleistocene  both In Europe and lu America."  The Information was found in t  geology "student's paper, "The'Kvolu  tion ot the Domesticated Cat." rer  haps you are u little rusty on cat his  tory and you find it dillicult to remember. This Illuminating bit or lnfoi'iiiii  tion will freshen it iu your memory,  "The plioceno period was the poi'ln*,'  of the carnivorii; The felido' include*,'  the maeherodonls, mnchaerodus nn('  aelur opsls. besides -varieties una la  gous to the leopard ami lynx. In thk  epoch appeared lhe servnls (Foils chris  loll). At the time of lho Folia cliris  loll there appeared also the lOiiropeiu  wild cut*. Fells cuius. Tho cavil us*  feline in America wns Kelis hllllaiuif  It appeared in llie middle plioceue.'V  Kansas Industrialist.  Ilampton-W.hat Is your Ideal' oC  happiness?  lUley���������Have the garden seed I planted look like the pictures on the seed  pnckels.-New i'orlc Commercial Advert iser.    *"    .  -' Circumstance.  A nook beside a. river's brim."  A man without a care,  A lovely maiden close to him, ������������������  A day sublimely fair..  Green branches lightly, gently swayed,  A distant splash and swirl;  A day to dream'within the shade  ��������� lie-side a pensive girl.  Deinided-braiichc-3 drifting by,  Bound for'the distant sea;  An eagtir. look.'n smothered sigb  An all but uttered plc-'a^  A harmless" lizard in the "grass. ��������� ���������   _  She touches it by chance*  A slirlek-to rouso the dead, alas  -������������������ The end b������ that romance.   *  -   ���������Chicago Kecord-Herald.  Willing to Sacrifice.  A littlo car of the "road house" type  chugged painfully up to the gato at  the Elgin races. The gatekeeper, demanding the usual fee for automobiles,  called:  "A dollar, for the car!"  The owner looked tip with a pathetic  smile of relief and said, "So!d!"-llil*  nois Siren.  The Horse For the Farmer,  Fanners need a balanced type ot  norse. No kind of work demands a  greater number of qualifications. 0Iu  hot weather, and iu cold, on good roads  and in mud, with light machinery or  an empty wagon and wilirihe heavy  gang plow or the big load of corn, tho  farm horse must cover a considerable  distance each working day; Weight  alone,will not accomplish results any  more tliitn will speed alone. Farni  horses to be eliicient with modem  heavy -machinery and loads must.be  big, but the size must bo combined  with a balanced -conformation.- Seventeen hands is a'good , height. We  -k'noiv-that-horses-of-tlils-heighfc-and.  weighing around 1,(500 to 1,800 pounds  in moderate flesh can have active,graceful locomotion, and.they easily fatten  'to weigh a ton.���������lireeders' UaztAte.  Though Willie Moll) was young and green,  ' Of course he thought ho knew it ail.  That's why he bragged that he had been  invited to u camphor ball.  ���������Cincinnati Enquirer. '  ���������will elope with  nio  10  He���������Then  you  tomorrow night?  She���������Yes. .I'll leave the house at  o'clock.  He���������But will your parents be abed  by then?    *  She-dh, yes; If! tell I hem about it  -New York Globe.  Now, as lo the lobacco trust,  Tho way,* beyond a. doubt,  That, big monopoly to bust  Is.Just lo 'smoke lt out.  ���������Cliicaco Tribune.  "How about Mint bot between us?  I suppose since you had a full toam  It'H off."  "I've won Mint bet," replied Klnsey,  and, thrusting his hand uudor his jacket, he brought out a bill and handed II  to Kyle.  "To lady's-hut and trimming," read  Kyle, "$10,   What does It menu?"'  "It menus tlmt I bought tho stako  for the pitcher, Blnco 1 intended she  shotrkl huvo It If I must pay for it my-  Helf. Since wo won with a man short  you mny scltlo (lie hill."  "A im\,ii. short 1"  (."^esi'o'iir pltchor Is not a mnn, bntn.  ���������girl, n cousin of mine, a student In tho  S|*nl,c( Norma.! jiohooi,' Sho's strong and  No Artisjt.  ITe wns quick,'and ha wtia active,  He was very much (alert,  But he couldn't cat spaghetti  Without mnsBliiK up'tifs shirt.  -tiraiul Itaplds Press  Here's a slmplo little lesson ,  Thnt our friend should not forgets  If spiiehcltl keeps him tfuesshV  1-Jo should practice with a net.  ���������VoungBtown Telegram,  ITo can eat "spnshett" In oodles,  ITo can epenr it without full,        j  "Out a dish of Chineso noodles  MaltoH his haughty spirit quail.  ���������Denver Kopubltcnn.  the  girls  of  the ���������e������������l'^  '      -       *   often and while doing so snw in her  lho making of u good twlrlor.   Slui'll  union;: th������ young mon, niimy  ���������Jug sewed nt* oinliroldorud on Iholrfiipib  or their sweaters or their jnci'els tho  let lor II nr I'1- With lho excepting  -nf thoKo girls living In one of tho'  towns from which (lie rival clubs hulled, Mio profereiieo depended on tlio nt*  tracllvenesn of one or moro playcrfv  ���������VhiH gave Captain Wnrllotd a majority  or lhe sympathy, for ho wiih n lino  looking fellow, while Kinsey's noso  Iind been broken nt footlmll, -Which  Kiidly marred his iippcnriina*,  A week before tho champion gnmo  wns to ho plnyed, tlie pllcher of tho  I't'i'iiclilTe team received n blow lu lho  eye from ������ bull which not only nlami  it. but bid fair lo bo followed by so-  rloim ('iiiisoipieiico.H. Al any rule, the  iii-ciiiVn; i'i'iiiii(i.*il<^ hj'ii from lhe coming gnmo-  Where was Klusey in find n pitcher  to take 1h������v pinoo of the niio ho Jmd  \t\-}',':  The terms itdoptod by tho tongue*  , 1. I.. .1 11.,. I nil 11. A ,\!.l yfiVi. .-limlM hit  i\ *.,*,,.������.*.������*,.���������*.   fc   .���������������*    ������������������������'     t .' '*' '  rofdtletilH of Iho town which tho tenifi  represented. Klnsey told Wnrflold tlmt  lm. must either hnvo authority, to go  outside tho county Tor a pitcher or glvo  up tho struggle. Wnrflold consented to  his doing so provided only nn ninntonr  was liitrodnerd.  tmnicdlr.loly after this nrrantfoment  Kliisoy wns known to be giving In-  utructions to his pltchor, but alnco  thcFC lessons vrere In private it wnn  not known who tho pitcher wns, IU  raid tlmt ho wns obliged t������ mnWo n  oltclitir slnro thcr������  won lion-a rc-adj  Wanted It All.  "Darling,'' ho murmured as soon ns  they hint been seated in tho bigii  ���������triced restaurant, "you can hnvo.any  Ihing you want on tho bill of fare.  Shall 1 read If oil lo you?"  "No,"'replied tho dear girl, "Just read  II, to tlio wailer."-Mllwaukeei Dtillj  News.  I Wonder Wliy7  ,l-   A tiiiohelor may safely lurry  Till slxly-odd, then up nnd mniTy  A llltlo thine of twenty-two.  "ns right and proper so to do,  Dlspmiiy of ages?  1'oohl  Meilliac's Failure.  Meilhac was ono of jtlie most, sensitive of authors,.and M. Kelts Ditqiies-  nol relates his reception of the news  of one of his rare failures at the Oil eon.'  ITo'had taken refuge from his nervousness In the manager's* olliee, and  friends came to him from time to timo  to tell him how things wero gojng.  Thoy could only tell lilm lirst that  things wero going badly;and then Mint  they woro going worse. At the end  of tho fourth .net they no, longer  thought it worlh whllo to loll him anything nt all. Ho In Mio meantime- had  collapsed. Ho hud tumbled out oft tho  armchair, fallen on the floor nud rolled  under the desk, and It wns tliero that  ho was found, wiih his head burled in  his hands, when an attendant nt last-  entered to turn out the gns and lock  ,the door.-rai'is Temps.  Patience ���������1 bad1' an awful dream  about that tantalizing little boy next  door. '  Patriee-What was it? , *  "1 dreamed he was twins!"���������Voukprs  ���������Statesman.  Have you a choice in the circling twelve,  -JCIio-cIrcling-twi.-lvo-01-.the-cy-cUng^s.eac.il.  Yq,u who may burrow or plot cr delve  ��������� Is (here u month  lhat you hold most  dear? *  Which.of the dozen is Rone'loo soon?  You Know the answer���������'lis .tune, lair June,  -   * -Cle\ eland l-'lain Dealer.  AN ENGINEERING FEAT.  Building a Railroad Across tho Ice ani.  Against Time.  Along tiio Copper river valley lbs  a standard gauge railroad. 101 miles ii  leugtii, (he building,of which was rtlle-4  witli romance. Its construction is regarded as" a distinct feat in world'!  engineering. The road crosses the river between .two glaciers (Childs 'ami "  Miles). " "       ' .  Tlio false work of the bridge wn(  laid on,the ice in winter. Men wert  hired to work night and day. M. .1,  Honey, the contractor, the* man wh-f  built another "impossible" road tiorosi  the mountains from 3kugway, aud hit  chief engineer, E. C. Hawkins, conceived the idea of using the river ic-t  for the bridge scaffolding.  As the spring approached hundred*,  of men were kept busy every miiiut<  of the day and night, for if not com������  pleled by the time llie Ice burst all thf  work nnd material would have been  lost* *  The Ice went.otit, carrying the ftil*5*/  work willi it, less than an hour aftei  the spike was driven iii the counecting  span und tlie work 'was completed.  The bridge cost SI,-400.000.*-"Alaska,  an Empire In the Making," by .lohn .f,  Underwood, '  "Now that wo are engaged, Harold"���������  "Yes?"  ���������"you needn't give falher such expensive cigars. He's been bragging  that thoso you have boeu bunding lilm  have cost n quarter apiece."���������LuiiUvlu-?  Coiirior-.loiiriiitl.  Now that our lawn  .Is free.of weeds  A la winnower  Is whnt It needs.  ���������SpolJesinan-Kcvlew.  -She-Men nre like poliiloos-lhey'ro  almost, sure lo get Into hot water.  Ho���������Yos, and usually they arc bull)  got inlo-it. by women,���������Uostun Transcript.  bo at our houso this ovMilug and luippy  lo receive cullers In appropriate costume" (,  It Is needless to sny Unit tho young  Indy pllchcr'n reception fn tho cvonlng  wns largely ul tended, (Sho was very  uiodcHt nnd found It rtlfllcult to stiuid  ngn'iW llm ha I lory of eyes brought to  boar on hor, The slory Unit, tho Fern-  cllffo pllcher wns n.gltl luul within tho  few hours sinco tiio finishing of lho  gnmo sproiid so for thnt ovory ono who  luul soon her In btisebnll costumo wish,  oil to soo her di'ORSt'd ns n womnn, Tho  conj-o'-pionco wns Mint tho houso wns  Iwu a.ii.t'.I lo itnlw tl.*; c;l>v;A at nr.e  lime, tM they Irej-it iroUlf: ns well ns  coming.  Tho next dny whon tlio noniinl stu-  ilont returned to her homo a crowd escorted hor to tho slnllon. Bho wnro  tho hut Mint *���������!)--��������� hnd won by tho hot  ivlnsoy hnd imiiJo In her behalf, tmd  many wove Uio facetious reinnrksltex-  dti-i, Wlieii thQ lm!ii pulled out ii '  (shout wont up, whicli wns ncliPOwlodK-  od by u waving of tlio snid lint.  Tho Forii<!UffoR hnvo a clubhouBO,  vilmo their trophies nro dlaplfi'yed.  Tlio lint won by tlio <onm from th������  Hllloua huugs on tho w^'l, uud uudoi  It hnti-;-! tho pliotot^-nph of tlio girl  who enabled lh������^ to win It. Bho il i  now n mntror, nnd h/in fortrollon nth-  lutlcs In a -itimcrous progeny of chll-  I flrcn,  A Timid till thirty-odd mny wall  To wed a youth of twonly-clRbt,  Now hour tho folks boijln lo uuyl  .hist Union to thn Imo and cry;  Disparity of obcs-  Klo!  1 wonder why? -.lu*1������e.  That Tool< Time,       ���������  "Why do you keep mo wnltliig on  Ihls c'l'i'iK't' two hoiirsV" floiiiniidoil thu  Irnlo hiii-biind- "Vou snid you worn  morely going lo slop In to see Imw  Mrs. (Jnlililo'was."  "Well, Hho luslsled on telling nie."-  (siiiisaa City .inrtinl.  Alwnyn Iti**- Wny.  1 noiit llm grndiinio n pponu-  1 knew ���������tv.oiiiil piormo her mother*  And i,ow I'm toid fhe'll marry vooii-  VII hnvo to ccrjil unolhcrl"  Oh, nutiinin hrlitcH, oh, (frails of .Tune,  H*h nlWiivn on*** or t'ni'ir*r!  -Cleveland I'lnln Uiud-r.  FoarleuB With Wild Anlmalf.  ���������Karl -irngeubeclc, tho famous don liy.  In wild nnlnmls, beenmo tho real friend  of lho creatures from which lho ordinary mortal turns with dread and fenr.  Ho lent tho lions nnd tigers whicli nl-  traded so much attention at tho I'lilln*  dolphin or*.-posit Ion In .1870. On the  opening day tlio mnn who had'trained  tho niilninls and under whoso direction  thoy woro to perform tholr wonderful  tricks foil III. llagonbcck novel* hesl-  Inlcd ono moment, but wont Into tho  enges, and lho iinlmiils wont Ihi'ougli  tholr porformnncoH for hlni nnd scorned  (o enjoy-his presence, yours hi (or he  vlslled Iho Now York zoo, nud thoro onu  of Mio lions ronrod a welcome to lilm,  evidently recognizing tlio kind tniistef  whom ho had not soon In mnny yenrs.-  Kxeliniu'o.        ,  Flihed For Silence.  I������uley, tho theologian, luul an Ingenious inelhod or warding oil' tho linu*  wuslor, When Ihlnkliig out n problem  he betook himself ta tho rlvor bunk  with n llshlng rod. Ilo novcr really  fished, bul ho found Unit people who  thought nothing of disturbing bin  thoughts would keep nl; n dlstnnoo so  ns not io disturb tho llsh, To glvo col-  er to Iho rus-o lie had his portnill  pnlntod with fishing foil In hand,  Ho nlwnys seemed full of spile,  'ills coldness made psopie shiver*.  But his lipart would hnvo been all  If It --hadn't been for his liver,  ���������Chicago Record -Horn Id  rlehf  llnggcd ITiiggiii'd-You had a mighty  close call in dnt lotlgln' uuiisu lire,  didn't you?  Sold inn Fed-Hot yer nock,! Hcni  firemen sipilrtod will or widlu two leut  6' tnol-l'iick. "     *,  If you wero I und I wero ynu  You know whnt i. would do-  I'd wish thut 1 were I hbhIii  Anil*you wero once moro you.  For were you J nnd were I you  Tho monpy you own me,  Thnt would nol owe, bul I'd owo you,  1,01'h you nnd I owo we.  -Picked Up.  At Sea In a Coffin.  It was the'French assassin Lupl whe  escaped to sea from Cayenne in a cof-.  (in. He managed lo got some nails...tin  and cotton, nnd one dark night lie got  into the cotlln shed, -lie selected a line,  stanch and seaworthy collin nnd flistened tlie lid in order lo turn it into a  deck, leaving a cockpif sufficient lo enable him to crawl"in. Ho calked all  the joints as well as ho could, iuul*  when this work was finished lie mnda  a pair of paddles out. of two plank".  Then ho brought out his crtift with  great precaution. Without much dim-  cully he reached tlio water's edge. SI-  lontiy nud slowly ho proceeded in^tlifl  ��������� hopo. of reaching cither Venezuela ot  Hritlsh Guiana. ICO nautical miles (lis-  (ant. Fortunately or unfortunately fot  ���������r.uiil, the sloamer Abeille, reluming  from the Antilles, off rnriiiiiiiribo  picked him up halt drowned and al-'  most In a minting condition, andii few  hours later ho was iu Irons iu his cell-  "I'd hnvo you know, my good sir,  Hint I tun a mini of very good birth  ciinnot'lloiis,1-  "Thnl's nothing. So Is a l-iillmiui  car porlcr."���������niilllinoro Aiiierlciiii.  Licorice Root.  Very few people, says n writer In thn  Wide World Magazine, hnve nny idea  whero lho familiar licorice root comes  from. As a mnttotof fuel, Ilio bulk of  ll hnlls from Syria, Here II. Is gathered  uud piled Into great slacks, where II re-  maiiis until it is thoroughly dry, It Is  then taken to the factory to undergo  cerlnlii processes:* The finished product Is UHOil for flavoring cnnfoctloiiery  nnd beer, as well as entering Into the  makeup of ninny brands ,<>!' tobacco.  Bomo lden of Mio'extent of llie lining  try mny he gnlhorod when ii is slated  Hint un Mio average S.000 Inns of dry  Ueoiieo root Is shipped from Aleppo  niiniinlly, whllo Ihigdnd yields nmitlier  0,000 tons, Antliii'li -������,000 nnd Damns  cub 500 tons.  -Go  Misunderstood.  Mrs, 11 en pec I: (lo her pet dogl  ind Ilo down there!  Hot* Husband (coming hiu-Hlyl-What  Hi! .vein wiih. my sweet llltlo wlfoV-  niogimdo Hinder.  CulliviUJ.  "Ml"*.. Tllnrl���������Oh, I hnvo lhe grandpsl  linshniul. Mrs. Tellmiv-Is ho? Mrs  Illni't-Is ho? Why, whon I tell hlni  my dross Is going lo bo pcnii do solo  cretonne trimmed In ecru, with voll������  nnd cluny liwrtlnn. ho knows jiisl  whnt I menu.���������Kansas Clly Star.        ���������  ���������>  -   A Hot Flnlih.  Frlend-DIrt your norcl Imvo a happy  ���������filliigV   Itller~No* unhnppy.   Kevot)  piMjIlsliorii turned It down, nod 1 burn  efl It up,���������Hoston Transcript.  Now yon mny tnko tliciii off-hold onl  Blop thoiio protisHllnir lours;  Wo don't inonn whnt you think, no,  Slot m wlndowH nud Htm in ilocr.i,  ��������� Udslou Triiimerlpt.  no,  "I see your hiisband milking n gar*  den," snid Mrs. Subbubs, "Whal Is lio  going to ra 1st!V"  "Well," ropliod Mrs. Ntiweniiier, "*:o  fnr ho hns raised uu elegnnl groiicli,  somo liuiibiigi) iind ti fine crop nf hlls-  (ors."-Clliclniuitl Kiiqulror.  Kiw Ti rk linn������ llir tu'l'i^v li'iil  An tlm wr-iit'ier KniwUli hot.*  K<>xt thlnu they will llercciy try  llanlii;; kUhIIdi; In -Inly.  -Clovfland I'lnln l)eol������r.  VWix Wlnn���������T never ������nw nnv ono sn*  wared ns Kdivln was ivlien he asked  pnpn for my hand.  Miss Wilde-Ho told tun ho wm  ���������Afraid .vour pnpn would nilslnko lilm  for n eolleclor.���������Knnsiis City 'llinu.**-  A Close Roatimblnnce,  Professor Harry onco amused .luilgfl  Mull by nn application on bohnlf nf a  mnn who wns u denier In horses and  Hiignr slicks. The Incongruity <>r hW  avocntloii si ruck tlio .fudge, who io-  innrl-i.'d, "What n slritngo coiiiblnnlh'n  of (rndesIV  "1 sou n close reseiiiblani'i- between  liorses and sugar sticks," niilil Hu* willy  biirrlster.  "In what wny?" huiulred his lordship.  "Tlm morn you lick them Ilio fnMer  they go," was the reply.���������Loiuhni Til*  Hits,         .    ���������  Knew JtiRt V*/hnt to Do.  Sho-Genrgo, dear, hero's it hiieiutst  who says the enrlh Ih wabbling on its  nils. What do you suppos-o they cun  do about ll? Cooi'go (iibs(.!iilly)-0pi.'n  up Ihu inulller, reverse tin; lever, shut  off lho |inwer,  iiiiiin'.iU'  Un*  i-n ������*  nml tighten tho whotil enp--Cieveli;iiil  I'lnln Denier,  Minn's Dcit Friend.  Hnhol-l the tucek unihrclhi, ion,  You'll see ll nevtr fiowri^.  Although Hh llfu It onn long run  Of niatry upi n������id rto**nB.  -Cincinnati Knqnli*r.  Th* Oe-tUr Wiy.  Cub neportcr-I b������cs������ I'll hnvo all  my work copyrighted.   City Kdllor-  l-Iovor mind thnt.   JiiBt hnvo tho eop;  right*-..  A!v,n>c t.\.i\ a fr": tirii'*'  Tliougli you don't know lutt whf  .When Uif! .Iiiiifi lirliln iippiiim  /'Ivvuvn sbcd u few li-nii.  Ii'n hern riittom for veiim  a: ii wi-ddinir to civ,  ���������Mony* (ilird a f������**w ikiiif,  ���������I'liimgh you ilon'l knew p.it why  -Dttrolt Kit* 1'im������  Hit Only Chiince.  Tol lor-1 see Mint lleniiopeik hn������. (If  (--���������I'lpr-il   Info   n   freo   llilnker  "f   InH*.  Orlmslnw-yoH*,   his   wlfo   hns   bee**  nwny froin hoino for n wtek.-rtii-'k.  Tho world turns nsldi- to lei a ium  puss who knows 'Klillht't ho Is ;*-,>l-i!������.--  Usvld Starr Jonlai  u  ���������������������������rmt-' TfHS SfBWS, C-CmiBERtAMD; BKJTISH COLITMBIA.  -T-lWAll'EM^*'. **������*������*������.  -jv ^^^v^������^<y������'iw^.-*gM^,rr*cm������aC'gn,*i**** ly^ninjiiiywv*^,"-���������*^*  *i**i**qa*y^*T-!fti?ssn*?i^  Infill  QJ  1  i  A   new ,1'iue  ot Heaters  on   r-*i'li> tli'is  week.  ���������Q-.Jiiiii-v iio-jt und  'irios  :���������������?  low as  possible.  A full l.inivol'   Furniture. Hods and   .Bedding  .A! wny.*. cii liiiiui.ii  iM.i*-������^t =* *a* *iw* ���������*  K^S.VMMb  :ooi*)iL'e Jjlorl;,  A. BIoKINNON     Cunib.CA-.land  '   4+*t.'������-������t*>������rt"M'rf'������l)W������������JiW ^V -1  r -n*--*^ i-t-wyism ��������� t*������tiw*r������i������i-f*>i*# ���������������*������ *���������������������<*���������������*  HUGH MITCHELL  -������ i**o!r vuirit'  Genii BlacKsroHhing  .-AND-   '  ^shoeing '  Ci'.iiilicrlam],  1 li j I'd  ������  ty  ty  ty'  ty  ty  ty  ts*  i ty  ! <?>  ! ������S)  ! ty  j I (**;)  i '������)  I !  food Wood I  Wood I  Now is-Oil1 tjinc tor])I-ux* (S)  yi'.ur  ordor   i'or    S.LAB j������  WOOD I  82,50. ..no''double load &  ���������* ������  $1.50 .... per single load ������  < roin llie * ,������  *, I Star Livery Stables  ill  . ������*s5*������������-9s������^$-9������������isa���������)S'i������s������ oss������eds������*^������s������M������*iro*������99������..  Jlp. DUNNE, TAILORff  Every  Man's  Desire  IS TO TAl '.  ii ���������*���������  Have vour Clothes Tailor-Made.  9  1 Eastern Suits made-to-or der J  j ..'        From $15 to $25  I    OVERCOATS;  1 . "    $15 to $25. '  .  XB32S022X3S.  i*3S5u*3HEEEp!53w  jfegJHfaB^gFSWpweiJ  FEED! FEED! FEED  A. B. CRAWTpmi. BABIf  A. large*  stock of short*-3,   bran, ciruslied orits.,1   hay'a  ,������������������'   ponltiy food for e:de .ut exceptionally low prices.  Pi&o&e 32  .Courtonay  E  3Hi*3  ���������JHK Km'LOYE.n'S POINT OF  VJE'W.y      *   ���������  '\Ve have recently bees, henr-  *inm' much maudlin sympathy ex  ���������pressed for th.e '-down-trodden  .denizens of the sweat "-.hop" and  rllie ''homeless w.-u; defer ���������searcli-*-  jng i'or honest oinpioyjnent," and  ���������with it all often go many hard  *;.vords i'or tlie inen in nower.  Nothing is snid about the ein-  ���������plover who  grows old before his  -*���������        ��������� ������  o - ,  -time iii vain atli-.tnpt io get i'row-  ,sv neJer do wells to do intelligent  j feX?������*SX! >���������������������������<������0������@������������(������ ty������ty������tyty&  o s  o  )(  ir r  for the Milk wagoi*.     ; ���������*>  with tlie Green Box .      %  FRESH* MILK AND     f  FARM PRODUCE        J  f    Our ���������Mill* is the product    |  % ���������   .of the Best Fed Cows      ?  |      ; FRESH /MILK $  ���������^Delivered iiionring& evening ������  t i. MARUYA   ,.     |  ���������*> '    x  ^���������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^������������������9.*  AGENTl FOR  Montreal  AND  CHICAGO  We ���������jjuar-m'-ce style,  iit and work in unship. ,    Jy,^  p, OTfl .      La-test Mules. Is'owcst Fabrics, 2D0 su in pics      / $& ������  c���������SGc*3Ccojrce-s-S'qe������6������eo W6*s������6ce������s������������������������������������������������fi6������c������  mrjuvoniiyu  -woric  j���������a i roji vi s~a ������i*i i*n~ps tte n t~s tn -_  -ving after -'help" that does noth  ���������ing   but loaf   when bis brick   is  ' rl timed'.     In veyory store and fac  ���������lory I here d s a eonstan' weeding  ,01,11 process going on'.     The em-  :i)io\x*r   is eonslan-tl-v  .i;,  \\yay ' "help"  tliat  lur.  sending a-  shown  STKNQGRAPHy  -  Eye ii ing classes iji Stenography-, three tin-ies a week. For  particulars and terms ��������� apply to  Miss M. Bate, P, O. Box ,279,  Cninbe,f land, B. 0.'  ���������their incapacity to invtiier the  'interests of lhe business, and otli  ���������crs are being taken on. No  matter how good times are, this  >soriing continues-: only it ��������� times  .are hard and work is scarce, thi.-*  porting is done finer���������but out  and furevcroitt (.lie incompetent  .and unv.'orthy yo, It is lhe stir  ���������vivid of the. fitt-f.'-vf, >SeJf-intsQi'������st  promp's every employer to keep  ���������the best--those who 'can .curry a  ���������Message to.Garcia.  I know one man of really bril  liant parts \vho has not lhe ability to ni.inogt a business of his  -own, and yet who is absolutely  ���������woi-thless io anyone else, bi'cansc  he carries with him the insane  -'���������'.I'-ipic.io-i that his employer  is oj'pi'eKsiu;*, or intending 10 op-  j)rcs.'i liim Ho pajj'jot yivi) oulers  imfl he wiil not /eceivi) tliem.  ���������Should a nii'ssage be given liim  {o  lake  to   C/iircia.   his answer  ���������TfMUELl yALE X OU  his'   be:   "Take  n  would  probably  yourself.''  To-uif'-ht this man svalk-s the  ,-"iivel:*' lookiiif- for woih, lhe  ���������vind whittling through his  Ihiead'.^ie coal, No one who  hnovv'-', him d.'-.r-,.' ettiplos him, for  ln-'i- it I'l'-jnihir liu'liiunil of'.li.-mni-  lent, (fe i-i iiiiperviuii*" Id rcp.suii,  mm ilif* niily ihini; ihnl tf*w* im  jiK,",- him ih llu1   toe   ���������������(   11   I liicl-;  Mill (J  Nil. '<)   lll'lll.  Or <'fiitr.-Y! ( l<fKMV erne  fn morullv  ,!  PICALKD TEiNDERS will be  received by tho Minii-ter of Land?  ������ ���������  not later ���������tlmn noon on the lSth  dny of Oetobur, 10l;J, fov the  purchase of J.iecncc X O'J, lo cut  2,1)22,000 font pf timber on nron  lying iininodiately north of Lot  8-17, Onieroft Island, neui' Jjoiios"  Hay, l-ltuijii-e 1, Coast District.  Two years will be allowed for  the removal of tho timber. I'm'-  tie. u In na of Chief Forester Victi-riu  IJ. 0.  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF   ,  CUMBERLAND   BOTTL'NG  WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Co'yipans's BIOER'  '. ���������vVho3esal.fr Dealers in all Kinds of   :���������Wiues-and���������Liquo  SECOND    STREET  J.  X  ?  t  i  i  A  MERCHANT   TAILORS  Ladies': ft Gentlemen's Fashionable Tailor  SLUTS M.-Um TO ORDER   fi 1   $21   to $30 for tlio  next two week-'i only.   "  Cleaning,- I'reusing mid Repairing,  t  t  x  ������  ?  ?  ?  I      ��������� Davis Block, *    Cumberland. i  N0TICB ifl lieroly -given till on the  Hist day of Dec ii)l)er nc>*t ii|ipl c'ltlon will  Ik> u.iiilo to tlio SuiioriutoHileut of I'roviu-  ciil Poliijj f-r tlio riiiiuwn] of this hotel Ji-  oi-'i ho to Hill lii]ii-ira bj rotnil in tli-n Intel  known 1111 *lia Woodhtu SioppiiiK PJauo,  ���������-iiim'������ivt Oj'htfr I-tivnr, in tho iirovinoo i/f  IM i li (Jolunibi'i.     As.fir. Woimiii;**,  l>< CfJOotolwr J, J 111.'J  NOTICK to Jii'roby (jivon tli.it on the  tlin iln i.fy Dtc.iiilwr iKttt nj)|ili(jitiui) will  bu n iiilu to lo tlm .Sn|������rii tondetit 1 f I'ru-  vinoiiil I'oJico, VltitoiJa, for a toiio\v,il 1 f  le. li -till licemio to '|..U lii|i-toiH by rutnil  'li" 1). ti'l Unown imlli'i Cniirtoiiny House,  it,.11I01 ut fji-i'rlowiy, l������,t',  .luHN J|. JoilN-llTON,  JJ.itol Uotobor I, li)J������.  SERVICE OK SONCf  ���������'Tlio River Siiifcrp," i*> llie <iili������  nf 11 eniif* ������**rvi(*f>   to   lie   (riven    in  CtVM'c \[v\\\(\i\h-t ohoroh next Sur,-  (!..f,n'iiiMl in,o |Mt   to   fn   J>������,H'������i|(|���������yfcvoiilHfibyi}itt   HmHliiyi-cliool  ih.ui :. }.������1y-ie;'U'rij.|*l..; Iml in -'i'r'rtmi r}K,jr  coni1jitit.il.    Tl if? H-rvire  |<ii)ii'K let uh tlruji   11 le.iijou, fur  ;),,, ,_,..,..   v>-"   ne       *i\iii!>   tnonrry  mu ii 1*1x111  enti'rpriM'i w liii-ff work  inn I.mil- am nm 1 iiiin.'l   by   ll (!  1-Uii iir, ninl   wlifjiu 'Iii-ji*   is   i>i������i  lurnii'K ,v'l������i e  ihroiiRij  ihot-tiuy-  ���������,'lr: tn lio'.l in linu ilo-v.ly    in'lifjVr  auw, ���������'Jip-li-J I iinli!.:iliiy, nnd Uu-  I e.iMle-*'*'  i ���������'.'j.itilnii*'   ****-* *--i*_**i���������������    imt  inr ilio.r i.M'.nrpric'n,  woul-l be <i*>M.  I uiii.*ry    ;'' 'I'   Iii)*!"'-!''-** ��������� "VA't't r  Hu'f'.r-i, in ",S  -*? v  ���������������',(,  ii inking tU placo of   tho  TeiniUr  *'. rl,- II,,- .,*>/,>.������-,).. ,������,.r* (*t.i,l r.-**/i.n.   I    ���������'     i    ������'*'������' 1    -���������'������������������   I ���������''���������������������������  i-i'*- to bn uriiipunlly inicror-ihif,',  ,N".i little effort i-* boing expended  in ihe training <���������( tlio children,  uni lioy vv-iil no Jouht do their  part well. ,S������������rvii c b/'pjim" af, 7  o'clock:  \V A N T H H���������Sj 1 imt ion by Tijl  of   fifJc-.-ij,   in    piivato   fijiniiy,  mj������h  ni (j I,;'O.-ulit'^hotise or hou*l    Apply  ll.Ui."V  CUWIJERLANT, COUJITEWAY & OCMOX AUTO STAGE.  "Will Loavo tho Poet, l.iJico as Follows Except Sun ny:���������  J/'jivc CuiiilxM'liuid Tor Uiiiiriciiay tit 8 a,m,  "     (Joiirteniiy for, Cuiulierliuul nt 8,80inm,  Ounihui'liiud for Coiii't������.'iiny and Comox at 10 a. in.  Comox I'or Cjiii'tcii'-y "������d Cnnilu-rlaiid at 11 n, in,  Cuiiiliei'liitid for Uotirtuiniy ml p. in.  Courtonay fov Oiiinbiu'laiid ,... ,- nt 1 80 j). in,  Cniiil'iii'litwJ ful' Coiii'tnnay and Comox 2,80 p, in.  Co     ��������� for CoiH'tuniiy nml Cninbei'Ituid 8.80 p, in.  i*-' if- . fiii'u��������� C.ni.bi-'i'laiid to Courtunay loo,  C'liirtenay to Comox fiOu  Ai IJ JO. pinm-a lvi, Cuinlmi'liiiid.    Sfurts .Inly 2-S(li  J'aieelB must bijjii'epiiid and letturs stumped,  11  it  ii  ii  1.  i<  is nova Almost ..  ^omplete     ���������..'������������������  ���������and will be all opaned ' np for inspection on  .Saturday.; Make Yonr selections now -while  tlio stock is new and clean     '  Men's and Ladit's1- Coat   Sweater?,' Under-'  wear, Hosiery, Children's JJoedi* and Hockey '"    -   -''  Caps,   Ladies*,'_  Waists,   Shaw is   and   Fancy   ���������    ,  Motor* Hoods.  '  '$, Ladles9 4 Children's'House'Slippers  Blankets,.'Comforters, etc,   -.  i  '6  9  2 *6SIBEAL5' STfe  'OBE    Nyxt l0 T������rbc������8  lillllit'llllllllillllllllOaiillilllllillBilllllilllllSiltM  ixaiMRBwawnnn^.vnrxratT^nyiitiw^^^  ^^scwz^tr^i^a2ti'*v^-aa^at>*BXwv9*i*)X-^������  ^ai!lll|i;!liii;!;i!!lll!i!lllll������J'|||:i;iiii;i||ili|:|i!iii!i!!ii|i||!i:ii|!|^  _g_Cqpit_al Puid-TTp $ 11,530,000, -. ' 'ltoservo.$13,000,000  g  J,--: The, Royal Bank������of Canada.' '|  1 DRAFTS- I3-SU Id)   INr   ANY    CUUHKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL 1  | *' OYK-U    THE    WOULD. . ��������� |j-  1 SPK01AL AT'i'IvNTiON paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & ir,teie?i H  I    at hi'-lK'i-t  (Jiirreiit Hates a!ii������H'������l on'D('pa* hi. of Ijil and upwards. |  i , OrJM3*3.tIjiV.,MOl B   C , B ���������unch, Opjn Daily' fi  | , UJtflOIf WAY, B.C. .Sub-Branch, Opon Tuesdays & Fridays       * |  | D. M. MORRISON, A-laxia^ei*. ' |  COURTENAY,    ii. 0 ,    Branch,    Opou Daily.  R. M. MARDWICKE, M������h'oo;������p.  %;;i:iiiiiiillM  :!iii!fii!:iit mr>  +aar**t;rawiS(i?mxKiuttt  a-^aw������w-^j������������������r������JT*)a';Lat������.3*)fwu������i.w.> wrxaKS-A va^usu-ar.  !!liil!lill!i;ii;!!ll!llllli:ill!i:iiil!i:i!lili;ilii!il!:illil!l'i#  ~������Xt*iM^*&ittmM*r������  P. PhilUpps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR,.   :  NOTARY -PUBLIC ,   CONVEYANCING  i  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ������������^i^iv.^--.MiMwi*^..i.*r...*-v,������Y'i-"r'l^'t'-^^T*i1'li iiifcifi-^i i   iftniinnrwi,  "T"'-1 |I.ii^iii.lu...hii.^..l ,������r^.. .������������������ .->.J|,x|..n^r���������J,^..i|n'.r|ffIri|nIT|.<-1|1BMU||>aJr[Mi)|  K. (  The  Mm wm  ���������rjM&tPVjmirHitnc^-a  =V. BOfiO^fl  Manrafaoturei' of MUSTEEAI. WATER-'  t ���������%.*!���������**, w\t^.ma-9iittf  P. O, BOX 482  PHOWJJ 29,,,.  ;rland  /.������,������,.d 4.wu.*,L|iv>t: txum:irtiifirvtXtt3cun>������-.XN  i fmsKsoosts} ustm0*T*amaznilinuu wixmxcrw- ivoisici^yB������*Nic������wcaAi������^  If YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  Motocjjcte  XT ���������".'���������*  araoj-v.cHB-ri  rex.  iT)WK������WrfT������(VSK;.tW]  SVMtOUU.CMilVi.T'*!*  UH A KB  Birr  ^*fe?  STOI2E  1 y.������ *:))'. o  General Merchants and Bakers  ������  FBUITi OAHDY ETC.  P, O. Box 262 Cumberland. B.C.  ���������nym-A r"f'/.  Yon never know the  true cxliilaroticn o!  motoroclirifj.  till you  rldo the   Indian��������� xj*5*ifk  ���������mpec'ally tho 1913 tiulian.     ������jO  llm ntw curoioTk ler.lurci  tnuko it more thsa evct the  perfect -motorcycle, Vlbrat  (Ion and iollln*) don't txltt,  Power, Speed end Endurance utic������|irukd  bf my other motoroycle, Coitu next to  nolhlnd to mnlntain, Haiier to ride ttitn  ��������� bicycle.   Ncedi no i*rnie.  Fi  Hi ti I*  j.** d a a  ti  Thos. Plimley  7������1<> YATES STREE'I  VICTORIA, B. C  ^rktiTV"' j������ mMU*'**y'0^'iy*lF*^J!t%il


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