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The Cumberland News Jun 3, 1914

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 ,p   -'x'*  v   .r r     r- s\ri  '���������\ "���������?.'������������������,;:  ; 'iVi'l-W' .-"K '.,.���������'"-*>,'���������-.'.���������--;>-  ���������?>'  *  ^���������^ Journal Devoted Egpegially; to tHe Intereat* of Comox DtatHet.  Tiie News, "Twenty First' Year-  CUMBERLAND;" B..C.V WEDNESDAY, JUKE 3,,:9i4  Subscription $1.00 a Ykar  (ESBXboy  V������0���������^.  W.heii:Yqit Buy:si'pair   of  Reekie's'Bool's' You Buy  "The Best For  The West."  Tney are made for hard.weav. and1 comfort If you have  never tried them, give us an opportunity to demonstrate  their qualities If you hnve had difficulty in ge tin*  boots of quality afreotoxsable prices,, call-and eee-cur new  .range of Leekie's Boots for >Boys        ...  & Company, Limited,  POLICE COURT.  ���������lyFurmncoli, J. Davit*, K, Davis, O, Tobacco and J, 'Bono, all  h prim red before Police Magistrate  JJielde, Friday, charged with di-*-  .orderly bchsiyiourj, by climbing on  ���������the scaffolding that was lately in  ummm tho school bnildm**1,  . City QoiiBtiullo Ward said,, that  lio did not press fur a conviction,  imt   lhat   he   would   like   theso  ��������� *���������  youths to understand ��������� that the  school grounds were I'or tho use  of the school children, and the  City Park is nlw^a available for  young and old.  Defendants woro warned, that  if it occurred again, thoy would  be punished, and woro Jet oil'  with a caution.  Station Work,���������The Weeks  Diinell Ci'dm* f;o. nt Fanny Bay,  m-iii* Union Bay, B. C., desire  immediately station men to contract grading of spur from F��������� &  N Uy, to Kilns; about 2.SU0yds.  to move, 'Apply on work or  wrile tho company at Union Bay,  JJ. 0,   'lVtult-n* close   Juno Uth.  u   ��������������������������� ���������   ...  We hnvo just received n copy  of tho fir-it icsuu of The Courtenay Herald. It is a very creditable shoot, Tho advertisements  are well displayed, 'and tlio: paper  in liuwuy. ��������� Wo wish tlm promoters, .nCiJio   rilidoi   uiiu  S'eiey  VVUiy bUCMati, ���������  The placing of the   sewer tax  'in strongy rcj:-c:iiv*i*lj> .v  number of ourcitixeus.   It appears,  "that the hauler the   times,  the  greater   the  luxation.    If   tliis  ���������keeps on, it will   be cheaper to  pay vent.. Cut   it oui, or give  .up Oi-*'tl!c city   charier.   The  ' valuation of   rcideutal proper-  ���������lyis   far   in "excess   of   what  'can be ob-aim-d "lor it.    If th*-  wmicil is in for uo other busi-  ���������S^gsajggy^^^jegil;  ness than to  raise   taxes,    they  had better quit the job.    There  is a limit to   all things.   <������������������ ���������  The " Calhoun-Robertson case  was dismissed, after a week's  trial. "This decision, was popular  with those who watched the case  from day to day. In bur opin  ion it was tlio only decision that  could havo beer arrived 'at. It  was a queer ease jn many ways.  We do'not think that Robertson  tried h>. break into Calhoun's  house any inoro Hinn wo did.  Sam must have Robertson on tho  hiain, and "see things." It was  the most celebrated caso iu the  history of the district.   o   Wo hear that tho sower tax assessment is to bo contested,  -��������� ���������������. .  We aro sorry to learn lhat Mis������  Kva Searle, .sister of Mr. IC Senile, of this city, was ono of the  victims of tho Kuipruss of Ire  land (lifMfltN-, Align g(.nr|0 wnrt  hero to sny farewell to hor lu-olli-  or, previous to her departure for  Knghiml, whore her mother lies  seriously ill. Mr, JI. Searle of  Tacomn, Wash., also a brother ol  Mitss Searle, lur left fur Montreal  The Optimism  Of The West  ByH.AriuitsteadjB.Sc., F. K.G.S.  [Cuin berland, B. C]  '���������  Tho optimist may be defined  as the nian who sees a silver lm-  inR.in every cloud, or he jwrho  sees the bright; side of everything. And; surely this man  lives iu the West; for nowhere  ou the face of tlie earth does man  see the brighter sideof this dull,  drab world of dins, lliau the*  Westerner, who has the happy  trick.of.looking at the best, side  of things and believing. ^ It'is a  trait of character, -perhaps, it  may be a disease, handed do*.\u  by the old pioneers, whose spirt  ual, if not lineal discendantsj we  are and in-whom the'dreams, of  tnese early settlers, ever in, the  .advance of civilization,, have  beeu materialized. ".'���������  . The optimism of the West is  is uot dependent on fanning implements, oii lots in a growing  town or city, or. on the absence  of social dls'iuctions���������although  these are n<t without \veight,dts  pile that they minister to a shod  dy selfish satisfaction���������but .because it is the country of opportunities, the home, of prosperity,  the land of conquest. Men of  the West are confident and a'ssur  magic  John Mason, au old. resident  of Comox Valley, died at Vancouver this week, from the ef-  iccis ot nn operation it is said.  ���������-���������-.<v.  New York, May 3f).~Clmrl.H Iteoktr  v ns dontonooil t'ulny to i^io in   tho   cloc  trio oluiir ut Sing HIiir -iri-nn ilurlii*.' tlin  "���������������%������. ".-v^kut-iint-lini^ inn,   uir Uie   iiiur-  dirof Huriiinii Kuwiutlul.  Charlie put one over ������������������Dad"  in the cigar Jinc. ' "Dick" will  be tickled to   death.  Wo rrnpeotfully N>ml������r our  honrtfc'fc  nyinpntliy lo nil tliote who h*v* l-nt loved  r.nu iu (lit* -rtp-uittiti** iii inter o.i *ln������ lit  lAwremo     'Why kh>>\] ttc H,������*it of  muuA be ���������ifi-ml 'f'1  'e"o7Ti"ot~o"e"ca*a^e^t~soTIIer  tonic in the air, of the prairie or  of the mountains has' lent glam  or to the view., but because they  have Toundr aco'ifn try" wlfer������'' 3tne  absence of care tor the future,  which is a necessary part of the  life of the majority of the people  in Europe, is largely removed.  In the West uo man, who has  the strength and desire to work  need go hungry aud suffer want.  In Europe men seek work; in  the West work is all the time  calling out tor men���������the right  type of men, it must be remarked, for its battle is to the swift,  the adventurous, the virile,  To-day the cry is going up  from the Lake of the Woods to  the Pacific ior laborers to sow  aud gather crops, fruit-gtowers  for the prolific orchards beyond  the Rockies, carpenters to build  towns that spiiug up in a day,  miners to wrest the wealth from  lhe treasure chests of tho Rock  ies, the Caribou, the Brazeau,far  mcrs to make an assured compo-i  tency by taking up wasting  home.slead.s-���������in facl all sorts aud  conditions of men, except lhe  hobo and lhe remittance man.  to the honest industrious man  the West offers riches, (lung  wiih lavish abandon far and  wide over prairie, valley nnd  mountain, which elswhere nature  has bestowed with prudent  hand.  The development of the national character has coincided  with the development of territory,   and has  been acted upou  nud rf-tMnldpfl hv \br> nnwnh'v.  weather, work .mil jjri������hbo*.s.  The Westerner is impelled to lot  ger thoughts and bolder habits  than lhe man down East or in  liu rope, because the horizon of  life is so large, tho country so  vast, the problems so inviting,  the prospectives so entrancing,  tho scope of the work so tremendous, the cojiquests to bc made  so numetons.  Men of the West arc imbued  wiih a cheerful disposition aud  endowed with a-huge im-avne of  faith.     It would bc  were otherwiseThe man who,is a  dispoudent being is an anomaly,  a peculiar creature aud not of  the brotherhood. He is a poor  Westerner that does not realize  iti a measure" the magnitude of  the task ii> the opening up of  the country, The knowledge  that this work is going on a-  round him reacts on him and  gives to his own work, conscious  or unconscious, a new importance and a larger interest.  The   prevailing optimism  of  the Western people is  incurably  hopetul."    It is sometimes boastful, but always confident. "Notli  ing will  mike t em   doubt the  future,of their country or its pos  sibilities.     And'this hopefulness  is not unreasonable, for   results  have shown that there is a justi  cation, for almost any 'degree of  intelligent optimism.    Men who  refuse to be stamped out by oc  casioual alarms, or financial depressions, come out safely in the,  end.   Even  during depressions  there is a little sacrificing of property interests, but the' faith  of  the men in season aud out of sea  son aud their dogged persistence  has been coutageqds.     Westerners are  venturesome and  agres  sive,    They jump whether they  see or not, believing... that   they  will strike something aud somewhere.     And they invaribly do.  Optimism   that dares is reasona-  )MACFARLANE BROS., LTD(  Ik ���������>  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  We are now showing the largest  and most complete range of  BOOTS   and   SHOES     I  <> Kt  o , **;.-���������  we have ever shown in Climber-|  land.      The following lines -are *  very much in   demand :-  bly safe aiid ours is the bold daring optimism of vigorous youth-;  It is this optimism that has dev-  et������pe*13^ .West,^spanned its riv  e'rs,' tapped its treasures, builded  its universities.  The immigrant, as he enters  the West gels charged with the  ozone of hope and alone with de  termination and optimism t tarts  eager and buoyant on life's journey on the rolling prairie, or in  the illimitable forests, or among  the giant mountains with uo  thoughts oi its uncertainties, lie  soon learns that success is easy.  It is simply work and smile.  The conditions of conquest are  not diffiult. He haj������ but to toil  awhile, believe always and never  turn back.  Of course, our great faith has  its minor defects. Thero are dif  Acuities, for which we pay, aris  ing from it. Men have lied rosily to us aud trustfully we have  been deceived. We have  bought rus U-d citlle, outlaw hor  sen, mythical businesses, salted  mines, sub agueous and rural  lots, impracticable farms; wc  have undertaken fruitless expeditions; wc have worked far imaginary wages  In innumerable ways we  have beeu "stung," atid as a res-  nil, often ������������������broke," but we have  never been downhearted, We  suiiltf and start again;   and  here  I  Ladies'. While Canvas Yacht  , -ing aud Tennis Shoes. 7. ���������  Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords....  I,adies'QWliite Canvas Hiilt. Hoots  Misses' White Canvas Slippers-  with two strap1? '...;.,..  Children's Canvas Slippers   Hoys' Gray Canvas Shoes   Youth's Grey Cauvcss Shoes    r.25  See   our Cloth Top Button  , all sizes for  ladies at   5.25  $1.40*  2.50 *  2 75  1.80  T.60 .  1,50  All of the above ppi������  ees less 5 per cent  ��������� ^oir-CftSfl-4   ��������� ,*��������� .       p  If its the Latest  ,   We Have It I  r  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  1  Phone 10 P. O. Box 100  every man has chances ������������������seventy  times seven."  Mistakes have been made and  failures have occurred. Not ev  en the most fanatical booster of  the West will gainsay the fact.  These mistakes aud failures have  not beeu the fault of the West,  but havo been the oui come of  ������������������Tono-Bungay" schemes,  The country is growing and  everything is getting better and  larger, And this fact alone ser  ves to keep up the optimistic  spirit of lhe country, which may  become nt no great distant date  the ruling center ���������a right, now  hers, geographically--ol tlie  mighty Kuipiic, of which she is  such au illustrious part.  A farewell was/riven tuo Rcv-  ii. 0. Freeman  and   family   oi������  Friday evening in the   Metho  ���������list chinch,   The (ileemen h\:  nished the musical programm**-,  aud the ladies uf the   congregation    the     refteslunuury.   Tii**  Adult Bible Class presented Mr.  Freeman with a Unveiling cas#  aud purse of   money,   aud    me  Ladies'     Aid    pwute-l    .Mr,1  Freeman with   i\  silver    hern  se'.    Miss   I'Veuwit   was   !*���������'*���������������������������  seated   with a uiauioim- set.  Sandy Walker arrived home  from Kfiinloors on Saturd.i/  evening, where he had Ik-i-mi  tending a meoliiig of  (iraud  Lodge. K. nf   \\  ���������I'll w  i  CAMPBELLS  ��������������������������� i-traii;;': tf it  _OljP A La Grace Corsets  Lace Curtains and Curtain  Muslins arrived this week  ��������� ���������������������������bii'M' "tn*"^! ***iin *>li~*yi"iMiir-i>,-^._< iy  _i-i������.,-^ t m -ftiii. i������->!_  CAMP-BELLS  o  Mm***************!! 4fc  THE NEWS. CUMBERCAND, B. C  *r  A Debt  Discharged  ^  %  ��������� By Edgar Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne .and Toronto  (Continued)  Such an exnliinallori that Com slock  'f.ell held his luuid out of pity, out pf  Immunity, out of any of the finer qualities linu ko.Io the" making of tlie  human soul, Holder did not consider  twice. There was no placo in his  menial arrangements tor sentiment.  He Ravo people credit for tho worst  motives*, (lulled tliem all benollt of iho  best,  When' ho. reached his room, ho locK-  ed *tha iloor behind hiin, opened his  desk iuul took out a smar. Hat volume.  Kor two hours he was busily coding  ii message, which he despatched that  Afternoon to three different addresses.  All accounts of Helder agree that he  'vat a methodical man- He had an extraordinary gift of organization, which  lent to his peculiar fault the very  element8 of success. Ilo was deficient  !n certain moral traits, but men, judging men, nre apt to overlook the worst  features of their fellows and palliate  Hny shortcoming:: with the excuse  that the object of criticism is only  human. ,  liis work finished, the book replaced, and the,door unlocked, he sat  down to await a visitor. He glanced  at his watch; it was nearly five  o'clock, and ho rang the bell and ordered tea, for ho was an abstemious  man and seldom 'drank wine beioro  dinner.     ,   * .  , His visitor came soon after the servant had brought the tray;  a sturdy  man,   clean  bhaveii,  obviously  ill  ease  in the  refinement  turrbimdings.  "Sit down, Tiger," said  tally.  lie waved his hand to  ing the light. , ..  The oilier, seated himself carefully,  placing his hat beneath the chair.  "Mr. Holder," he said���������there was a  hint of. drawl in his voice���������"we've got  to get into a new lino." .  Helder nodded.  "I know," he said, "our-men are  complaining about the difficulty of  changing American notes in Europe,  We. shall have to cater for tlie home  market.",  Tiger Brown  "That's so,"  blgh of relief,  -would hot see  at  of Holder's  Helder gen-  a chair fac-  utuff-is all right, but  ���������< gcUlhg���������Boated���������Tha,  nodded vigorously,  ho said, With a little  "] -was real afraid you  me. Thi American  our peoplo aro  JTrfiaiiiDLjiave  got all their best men at work, and  there's a rumor they have found a  new testing method. The man in  Philadelphia wo usually send five  hundred bills a month is only taking  r hundred.    I think we'd heller cut  ������..,*    Ii\ri     A i-iinj'1-.i-n    ic������nii    titwI    f*nnPf*itl-  trato on the Trench.."  Helder -paced up and down the  room. Ho had gone to the door after  his visilor'o entrance anil locked it,  Absently he crossed again, lifted the  portiere and tried the door.  Tiger Brown's eyes narrowed.  "You're f. bit scared yourself, aren't,  you?" ho nsi;od sh'.rply.  "No,, no," said Holder quickly, "not  exactly nervous-���������careful, that's all,, I  ngroe 'with you about lho American  issue; we'll give 11 a rest. Those  French notes wo sent out���������?''  "N.G.." said tho other curtly, . "I  don't know why jt Is, but somuhow  tbey don't look good. They don't, feel  Rood, and they don't make good. They  miss the touch."  "What about that  fellow  Maple?"  to. asked after a pause.  -    ITcldor pursed his lips,  1   "I don't know that we could (ouch  him," ho said;    "he's   working   for  Oold,"  "Then you'vo got no pull?" persist-  eft tho other. "Cnn't you show hlni  ������ cop?"  Tlio oilier shook his head,  'Vou can't s-how cops in this coun  try," ho said grimly. "There's no pull  whatever in bij, matlcrs like, these.  You caii squaro the cop, but there's  a man higher up; }ou can squaro him  perhaps; but there's slill a .man higher up; and the system is such.that  Scotland Yard can always drop somebody new into the game without anybody'knowing, lt isn't that the police  are the most honest in the world, it's  the o system that beats you every  time."  Again he pacer, tho room s'.owly.  "Maple," ho re* eated, halt to himself, "J vi'Oduer���������"  "Could you not bluff him?" persisted Brown.    ���������'Ho'r, got a daughter���������"  "A niece," corrected Holder. "We  won't discuss her."  "Say," said Tigrr impatiently, "������*���������?  can't cons!d������.i nieces and daughters.  We've got to make good, r.nd it just  doesn't 'matter how wc do it, so long  as we do it."  Helder did not reply.  "What about this Mr. Gold?" asked  lils visitor.  '"He's the big danger.'1 said the  other gravely. "Gold worries me because 1 don't know exactly vim pow,-  er lie has got or what he is working  at. He is a difficult proposition���������a  connecting link between Washington  and London."  lie. paused, before Brown, and looked down at him thoughtfully.  "We might gel Maple," he said.  "He's tho best engraver in Europe.  Anyway, there's no* harm in trying.  He wasn't vci*y ready to be bluffed  the labt time you interviewed him."  "He might be now," said Brown  wiih a* smile. "I remember when I  was working for Hr-rragon, there were  peoplo who could not be bought or  bullied the f.rst time, or tho second  time, lt -was after the third or"fourth  try on that they" began to eat out of  our hand."  For another hour they sat discussing plans, and then, they left Cuiv.on  street; Brown going first, the other  following nt five minutes interval.    '������������������  They joined one another at Picci-  dilly Circus���������Helder was going east,  and the'other was accompanying him,  ���������They* w.enl into the tube station, took  their tickets, and entered the lift.  There were about a dozen peoplo in  the elevator. The attendant closed  the door. Suddenly there was a startled exclamation from a lady.  "I've been robbed!" sho*cried.  Two men of good appearance wero  standing next to the elevator man.  Ono of- them walked forward and  spoke to her. lie turned blandly to  the company.  "This lady has been robbed." he  said. "I am Detective Sergeant Hal-,  stead from Scotland Yard. This lady  has lost her purse and a pocket-book,  and I shall ask you, gentlemen, either  to submit to a search or else accompany me to a police station."  The'other man sflepped up to-his  side. Uelder's first feeling as one of  miense annoyance, then of alarm. The  otirer^men- frr t\W~eievatorpwith���������fhe*  exception of ���������Tiger Brown, submitted  calmly to the indignity of a quick  search. It was the most rmperhcial  of examinations to satisfy the police  officers, At the request of 'tho sergeant .. the lift, had been lowered  down that no curious eyes should witness tho proceedings. 0   '  It camo to Helder's turn.  "I absolutely refuse," he said loft-  PilSIDlNT  SUSPENDER  They were,very sensitive to anything  that reflected upon their discretion  and their* supremo wisdom. It was  only with the greatest reluctance that  tLey had .ngreed to aid him in his  plan, and'the noxt timo he neadod  their assistance'there wojIJ he diffi-  cultes.  Ho shrugged his shdUldorj philosophically.' lie had pla.cd for a big  slake and he had lost���������temporarily,  ho added lo himself.  iTo bo Continued)  -Most Perfect Pump  The   most  perfect  punrp . In    tho  world, the most perfect ever made, is  also the oldest���������how old no ono knows  for it is as old ns man himself.  This pump Is so Email and'so light  that it might bo cirri**: In au jvor-  cont pocket. Yet it rims days and  night without a stop, without attention, drawing in and sending forth  two and a half ounces of liquid 79  times a minute.*. In one minuto it  pumps 175 ounces; in one hour, 65GV4,  pounds; in ono year, 5,71S,750 pounds.  Its normal lifo is about 70 years, in  which time, it pumps 402,412,000  pounds, or more than 201,20G tons.  To transport this immenso weight  of liquid tliat it pumps would receive  0,700 freight carp of ordinary capacity,  would. mean 223 trains of SO  each, and as many engines to  them. Strung out in one line,  no intervals between each train  would  cover  a  distance  of  47  This  cars  haul  with0  they  miles.  This diminutive piece ot machinery  has been known to keep up this work  without;, a sing'.o stop for more than  100 years. ���������  It pulsates 4,200 times an hour,. 100,-  800 liiries a dr..-, 30,702,000 times a  year. It has.no journr.'j or bearings  to oil, no bolts to tighten or slacks to  be taken up. It is s.o constructed that  its parts arc' automatically repaired  as it goes along. But, with all ot" -JUls,  thero is ono very serious characteristic inseparably connectecJ with this  pump, which is that once it stops it  cannot be started tip again, unless Immediate steps be taken to do so by an  expert. Even this generally ijr.ils. So  the owner should..use care and judgment, in Us upkeep. There is no other  machine that we have any knowledge  of of which the-above can be ss-ud,  How this is all accomplished.is known  only to its inventor.  This pump is the human heart,���������  New York- World.  Sensitiveness  Those who are not sensitive by nature never become sensitive through  experience. And sensitiveness Is such  a doubtful blessing that fow , born  without it'would take any great pains  to acquire the quality. Tho most  common conception' of a sensitive person' is of oi.o whose feelings an easily hurt, ln wounded feelings, unquestionably, sensitiveness gives its  earliest manifestations*, sensitive  children aro at time tlie unhappiest.  But at 'other times* they are the happiest. Although they have griefs and  langs that their, more "stodgy" playmates never know, they also enjoy in  a higher degree the pleasant emotions  of life';"they have a keener appreciation of affection aud of kindness,  thoir spirits respond more quickly and  eagerly lo tho stimulating Influences  of friendship nnd books and nature.  1 AVhat they haw especially to do r.a  they grow older, if they aro to mako  their sensitiveness an advantago' to  ihem rather, than a handicap, is to  learn self-control. When their feelings  aro hurt, thoy must bear the wounds  stoically. They must learn not to let  Ihoir ego obscure the cosmos. They  must harden themselves against the  rough knocks of lifo without becoming less accessiblo to its ooft. appeals.  Indeed, the paradox of sensitiveness  is that the. more successful n person  is in conquering the/vulnerability of  his own feelings. ,the more tender ho  grows of the feelings of others. When  his sensitiveness becomes tin" objective, it begins to nourish as an aid  and enrichment to lifo. Then what.is  sweet and sound in nature and in* art  makes a deeper impression, gives a  great pleasure, furnishes a livelier  stimulus.  Tho boy*'who thinks ho is morbidly  sensitive must not despair; the'  chances are that ho, will become 0a  man of quick human interests and  keen nnd sympathetic understanding.  ���������Youth's Companion.  M  ,Sm  Veur mono' tot* if Gin Fills tit ntteure.  ^Rheumatism  Whtn the Kiduev* fall todoUirinroilr of discli������r*(flB������  the uric acid from tlie system, the remit U rheumallam.  Uulll the Kidneys resume this vtotlc in a n������tur������l health  way, no cure it pos6ible,; *  Gin Pills  cure rlieuusalisin quickly Mid for all time because they  nre lhe most pet feci Kidney Correclivceverdiscovered.  From All Prugfjisls, S<* els.' per box,.  * ,       6 for Jj.50 or direct from 181  lUllinj) Drue and Chemle*! Co.. cf Canada Um.Ui,   ���������  Tcronlo.  Two Scotchmen had been having a  good time on the heather owns of a  lettle island ami wci'o rowing bade  home across tho Firth, says Dean  Mortimer Cooley of the University  of Michigan, when the boat capsized.  Dean Cooley told the story to the Engineers' club a few days ago.  Angus had clung to Che boat, and  Jock, - who had clung to tlio bottle,  was iloundering bravely in the deep.  Although a poor swimmer, he struck  out for the skiff, holding tho bottle  in one hand.: Afte? a few strokes he  became exhausted.  "Angus," he cried, "I dinna thenic I  can mak' it."  "Well, if yo'canna mak'' It, Jock,  throw it," called-back-Angus.-  "Fit" at Ftrty  Experience has shown that mental  activity in man has reached its greatest heights between the ago of forty  and fifty. Some of the world's greatest masterpieces iu ��������� literature, music,  and art have been achieved by men  bordering on ,thc half    JHtmy.  Physically, however, according to  Sir Ernest Shacklotoii, "under thirty  a man, no matter how ker.i t*.nd nippy, Is still a man in the making. By  thirty he has matured. JJelwcen thirty and forty he Is at his best.  Sir Krnest himself Is .thirly-nino  years of age, but with' hia. modo of  lifo ho will probably remain, physical:  ly, thirty-nine for many years to  conic.���������Exchange;; ;  Minard's  where.  Liniment  fo.'   sale   every  He Blessed It  A teaelier of a Sunday school class  'rletl* to-imi-.-ess upon her young  charges the necessity of blessing the  food beforo e*-ting.  "Billy," she asked of a little fellow  whose father was an elder in the  church, "whal prayer does your father say befor* yo i eat?"  "I dun know."  "Well,, what did he say this morning beforo breakfast?"  Billy meditateu; suddenly he remembered and beamed.  . *   ,  ���������"He said. 'You kids go slow on the  butter now! It's forty cents a  pound!',"���������Fun.  Hogs on Concrete Floors  It is very likely to bo injurious to'  brood sowb to have to lie ou concrete  floors., in their sleeping apartments.  The concreto floor is all right, but it  should be covered with boards. The  beet arrangement is to have the cu-  tiro iloor of (.concrete, then each pen  provided with a rcmovablo wooden  floor, made of inch boards,:and by  making this floor in two purls it can  bo readily lifted and tho concrete  thoroughly , dirfnfected and cleaned  out either at various seasons, or  when occasion requires. lIog3 lying  on concrete are likely to get rheumatic. The. concreto seems to draw  the boat from the body of the i-estlng*  animals and chills them through in a  short time. This difficulty, is overcome by the uso of the wooden flooi*.  ���������Breeders' Gazette.  THE SKIN TROUBLES  OF CHILDHOOD  turned inquiringly, to  With Dandruff ancl Itching Scalp,  Scalp Covered with Small Pimples, Used Cuticura Soap and  Ointment, Now No Troublo At All,  riO.T Jntin Rl,; Toronto, Out.���������"1 viii  first irmiblrifl ������������������.lilt my hair ������������������i-tili)*- lull Ho  mid Uiui* duiHlnilT \\A Iflilim ������i'iil|i. 1 '-.us  ���������/ruld to comb my Imlr ns It ewno out. by  Imiiiiful.'i -ind tlui firhlim win  hii M'vnru I.Miiit iiiUi-i-'il'lo.  Tlm Iroul-ln h'Ul mo from  I-vl-ji'lilnK. My i:,'i������l|i win  rijvcrod wllh Munll I'lmpli*!-  ���������which nvnicil lo run Into onh  nnftilinrniHl formaurnl*. Tlio  (lunilriiir Tvim no bin" 1 wai  nfrnld lo comb niy Imlr ai It  mndo It. 'how (.*> plulnly. Jt  ���������tool.ed very budly. I ivn.i tliliihliiK of liav-  Iiik niy lif'td (.Imvoil,  " Tor a lom? limn J Irlwl ������������������" ������������������,' -���������-  ���������nd Mm;ral oilur rciiicdlofi Imt, limy did not  ruiu It. Mo.,- (.j;;.o i.../;.i!.s J }���������'< !.<.] I1'' :t  Ii������|icrwllli ilioCiillcura Roup nnd ���������f>liilintiit  K(lvi.'i'(lM'iiii'nb and cunt* right r*wuy for ft  ���������nmi'loofC'liifiiruHon-iand oiiitrm.'iii, Un  u.ilnt'Ji'-l tl'inainiilomy irouUu wuHbeUur,  I uu'd fcli or clidit boxes of tlio Cutti-urn  llj'llIllHlll .".li'll U.V) V. Mil* u.<k i!..j.',l  ������...���������."   I-,,  tcalp healed, tlio |(clilii(- ���������lojipc-i uml my  "I'tlrrnmfi In 'julto ihkk find doit I inoc no  (t-oubln ut all.". (Hlfjnrd) Mi?. II. KJngor,  lUyii7, 101.1.  It contii nothlim to learn how -iiir<\ tveet,  ttteollv* nnd RatUfyini' Cutli'iim Houp and  Hint mrn* ere In tho trettmetti ot *w������r mm-  -���������Itxloni. rod, romsli bnndu, Itcliln*- -rulji-,  ���������rtntidruff, dry, thin and fullliiK Imlr, bmiwiii  you need not buy thou*, uulll -.on tiy tluiii.  T ,lbw������l sample ofcucli mailed true, -nUliX'-i*,  booV. Bend luMti-ard lo "V-lter "'rnif Si  Chtm, Corp., D*pt. JJ, TioMoo, U. 8. A.  C   W.  N. U. 90:  ily.  The* detective  Tiger .Hrown,  "You don't search nio," said Hrown.  "Then 1 have no oourso other thnn  to take you into custody," said the detective.  "Five minutes later the two nun  found themselves in' n. taxi-cab en  route tor Vine street. On the way to  tho slut Ion "Helder cursed his folly.'  There was no reason why he shoul'd  not havo submitted to a search, except, the vague nnprelionsloa that  tliero inisht bo upon him some evidence of guilt.*  IC the examination of the other  inou in the elevator had beon superficial, it wan suTfiotontly thoroiiRh in  their case. Their pocket-book*- were  examined and Holder observed with  a quli'lionliifj- of his in-art that the ilfly  dollar bills were submitted to a very  keen hcrulliiy.  "I'm very corry, Rcntlomon," said  lho detective, when, tlio search had  been ooinpU'tf'd and their rqqAh handed hack to thfiin. Ho was larfio, stout  nnd iifbiino, and ho smiled genially,  1 folder, who was not ho Ronlal. gave  a brief but blttor opinion of the capacity of tho Metropolitan pollco,  '"You shall hoar more ot tliis," ho  wild.  "It's your own fault," Raid lho in-  i-ppi'tor, unperturbed. "Wo hnvo a  complaint Homebody Ih robbed-���������you  refuse to HuLiult fo a hoiu'cIi��������� what,  else could we 0o?'!  llehUi' h-iIiI nUhiiiK. Willi lib? companion*! ho walked (pilci'ly from tho  ciili'iwooni, down the stono stoiis. In  thn miildlo ot lho lllfillt. ho piuim'd,  for, Hiiii'l'liiK a olfiiu*, wallilnu along  tlm eftxo. of tho pavement, wan Went-  worlli fiolil.  Uo i;rei.'ted his frowning compatriot  with tho niotit Innocent, of million.  "Hollo, Holder," ho drawled; "I've  com*.' too laio. Tlioy telephoned mo  (lioy had arronlod you, and I was com-  liiK uloiiK to put iiiiittui'H rlKlil."  "Vou woro, were you?" nald Holder  between IiIh tenth. "Well, 1 havo put  thhiKH vlKln. without your nPHlstaiino,  and-���������"ho turned to tlio otlier���������"yon  will ho Intoi't'Hiod to learn that they  found iiolhini,;."  (ioM'h eyebrow;' rose.  "What did  you  expect     tliem    to  I I'.'.'.i."."  !.*-���������   -fl""   ������"*n1lv  I* Holder did not njiswer. Ho turned  '(ibniinly o������ IiIh iusi'l *uni,,ii)liowoil b)  IiIh hiuolllu', fctrodo rapldlyvaway.  Ho haw* tho whole plot: the 1'nlieil  robbery, tho provident lui dctectivo  ci-iiivcnienlly nt hand to Heiircli lilm,  iir.    ������lllh"fi|"l>(l    fl    lit lie    UM    lift   MlOllKllt  that If It had beon the day beforo  ������������������Ohio bnnkiioti'H would Imvo bcort  found In 1>1m poHBOBfilon.  Ilo knew a. younK mini on tho staff  of the "J'opt .Iiiuriial," lin would lake  iho bold bi np of ti'UInK lilm Ilio story  o the nrroHt an.ft uijuatlflfiblo ot-nrcli.  Aiui tblfi he did, .-puvliiK no lU-tall.  It was u bold nitve, and ono Hint  ilnld i*;ul :u.t uii'.lclimlnd.  Tho ileiivlho luullcd wryly noxt  nioriilni; uh h<* r<\vl tin iieeount of (lie,  "Hold up of un Aineilcan (leitU'iotin.  r.xlraordlnary 1'oIIpo Acilon."  Kcotliiiid Vurd would uot llko thut.  Methuselam   Practiced   It  -���������Says���������Be^]amin-JEcaiilCuiJnJu8_iiti  tie essay "On the Art of Procuring  Pleasant Dreams."   *  "It is receded that Methusalem,  who being the longest liver, may bo  supposed to have best preserved his  health, th'it he Blent always in tho  open air, for when lie had lived &00  years an tn&el said to him, 'Arise,  Mothusalo **.*., and build thee an house,  for thou shalt llvo -"00 years longer.'  But Methusalem answered r.nd said:  'If I am to live but GOO years longer,  It is not worth while to build mo an  house. I "'.'111 sleeo in tho air,-as I  have been used lo do.' "  This di'.'.:o,c,uo is not reported in  the fifth chapter of Genesis, to bc  sure, but it s reproduced here out of  respect to Franklin, as evidence,that  outdoor sleeping Js no fad, but a, wine  return to tho manners ot, our ancestors."��������� Harper')- Weekly.  Little  TomiYiy  and  the  President  The Washington correspondent ot a  New York paper' recently took his  small son, six years "old, to the newspaper men's semi-weekly conference  .w.ith-the--pi*LSident-_AL_the__coJi������luslaii_  of the conference he took Tommy tip  to the president-and introduced him.  The president patted Tommy kindly on tbe he:.dand said:  '"How are you. my little man?   ,1  ���������"novo  nflen  linjirri   ynm*  fnihei-  .'r>ealc  of you."  Tommy was embarrassed, but not  to  be  outdone  in  courtesy.  "Yes, sir," he * stammered, "T--I  think l'vo heard him speak of you,  too."  All mothers can put away  regarding    their J* suffering  when     they    hav*    Mother  Worm Exterminator to give  effects are sure and lasting.  anxiety  children  Graves'  relief, lis  . T/ie Reward of Inductry  ��������� "That's cu.1 general superintendent  ���������son of the president���������ho- began -:t  tho bottom and worked up���������started  in as an,oiler right'after be left college!"  "When was Uiat:" ' "  ."Oh, he graduated last. June!"  ' orator  speech  The fervent temperance  stjppcd fn the midst "of his  and f,aId impressively:  "My friends, if all the pubs wove  al the bottom of the sea, .what would  bo the Inevitable result?"   **  And from the back of tho room  came the loiuj and omphalic reply:  "Lots of peoplo would {jot drowned."  CLEVER   WIFE  Knew How to Keep Peace  In'Family  It Is ouito significant, the number  of persons who Rot well ot aUi.'inlng  heart trouble whon thoy let up on ten  and coffeo and u������o Postum ns tlio  loveriigo at . lenls.  There Is nothing siu'iii'lslng nbout.  II, however, ' pimiiho the harmful nl-  haloid���������enffelno���������in both tea and coffeo is not present In Postum, wliloh  lu mndo of clean, hard wheat,  "Two years uko 1 wiih having bo  much tronhl������ with my heart," wrltoa  a lady in tlio wcrI, "that nt tinier*. I  fell nlnrnifiil, .My hiipbimd look mo to  a npu'iuUst to kuvg my heart examined.  "Tho iloclor mi Id lm could find no  organic troublo but mild my lir-iiH, wiih  Irritable from HoiiK^lilng1 I liad boon  aeciiHtoincd to, and nslu.'d me io try  and remember wlmt (Unagreed with  me,  "I I'fiiiienibcireil that coffee hIwujh  lioum7 on my KtoniD,-,!. uml eauiiinl  inn troublo from palpitation ur the  li art. f]o 1 fitopped .olT-'O j'lid began  to uho Postum, I have had iio fnrtli-  or troublo kIiicc  "A neighbor of ourt", an old man,  wan ho Irritable from drinking c<���������'������������������<*.������������������.  Ihnl bin wlh< want-id lilm tu drink  Postum. Tlil.i mndo lilm very n-igry,  but hit* wlfo fiiic.iired mm * PosUum  ar.d virvd*.' It **"tvi.i'")l<- ;n-.i*rti.,i|iifi. in  dlrer.tloiiB.  "Ho drank ilio I'ostum and did nut  know tho illffereiici', nnd Is Mill iiMn-,r  11 lo hlr. loKilnp beiwllt. H:������ lelU his  wlfo lhat the VoriW Ik better than it  i.ficd to be, ko nlio f-.inilc.f- with liim  ���������-itiri   Vciun- nor or   in   the   fnnillv   bv  ervlng Pontuni liifleail of I'Offop,"  Name giver, bv (.'jitindian Postum  Co,, Wlndf'tor, Oiit,  l'OHtiiin nov.' comet* In two fu:-;nn:  Retjulflr Postum���������lmiht ho well boiled. 15c nml Kic packager'.  Instant Po������tuir.���������in a soluble pow  tU'i'. A t-i.iH.ii.'iiifiil d).v,.ilusi iniickly  in a cup bt but water uud, with eretiTn  ���������Mid cuf-iir. mnken a 'I'-lielonn beverage instantly.   HOe iuul f-Oc tins.  The coat rer cup of both kinds Is  about the rnnie.  ���������'Thero's ft llr-ns^n" tor Pos-ti'm.  j ---Scld by nroeoii",  Gurely Not  Setl'lonient workei���������I don't see how  you can afford to wear ostrich feathers.  Mag���������I get eight dollars a week*.  Settlement worker���������Well, ' you  shouldn't plume yourself ou that.  Foxy Undo (after leaving curio  shop, showing his nephew tlui way to.  buy -curios)���������'Tliero you aro, you see.  When you arc dealing with people  liko that, just nrguo the  and down comes the  pounds."  point n  ' price  bit,  two  Are You Interested In Chickens?  It so, just send your namo and ad-  dr*. t. on tho back of a post card to  International Stock Food Co,, Department B��������� Toronto, Canada, and a froo  copy of "Poultry Guide" will be sent  to you ABSOLUTELY FJITCE. It-to'.lfl  nearly ovory .hlng thero Is to It new  nbout clilckoiis.  Two eminently respectable women  from out of town who wcer visiting  hero recently decided to go to a mat-  ineo at a local theatro. Th only seats  f.oy could got oii tho floor wero two  niHlu Heath* one behind tho other. They  took them. Noticing ti man bosldo  lli.**T wlio Koemed to bo nlono ono ot  tlm women turned lo him jiiBt after  tho curtain rose mul wlilnpered "Are  you alonoV" jjo respoiiRo, Tlio man  gazed Hloadlly ahead. Thinking that  lie had not heard her, tho woman  turned to him a mlnnto later and  ngnln wlilnperod: "Aro you nlono'.'"  Still no rnupouflo. A Ihlrd lime Hho  luriii'il and whlnperod, "Aro you  nlono?" The man .nudged ho������' with his  (dhow and replied in whlnpei'H, "Ilo  ciuvful, my wlfo 1h with inc."  There Is more catarrh In this sectKa  ot tho cnuntry than all other diseases  nut together, find until the - last lew  yours was supposed to' be Incurable,  For n ereaTT������iftTTyr^-������n-s���������doelora���������pro���������  flounced It a local dlBeaso ami prescribed  local r'-metlies, ami hy constantly -Tallin**;  to cure witli local treatment, pronounced lt. incurable. Science has  proven Catarrh' to bo a constitutional  disease, and therefore requires constitu-  'inn.-il (reiuiiiftnt. Jinll's Catarrli (Jure,  manufactured by i<\ j. Cheney & Co.,  Toledo, Ohio. Lis the only Constitutional  euro on tho market. It Is taken internally in doses from* 10 drops to a t"a-  spocnful lt acts directly on tho blood  and mucous surfaces of Die system.  They offer one hundred dollars lor any  case It falls to cure. Send for .circulars  find ��������� testimonials.  Address:  ]���������'.  J.   CII13NHY   &.  CO.,  Toledo, Ohio  Hold by  nnuwsts,  750,  Take Hall's Family fills for constipation.  School     Records    Show   Mucli   Timo  Lost  From   Eczema  dialing and skin Irritation, whetii-.  er from changing'temperature, rough  winds, strong soap or the action ot  tho  clothing,  nr.turally develop  ii.to'  eczema, spread over the body and defy ordinary treatment*:.  Mot, doctors do ,not give much attention to1 skin diseases, and,, conse-���������  quontly, it is necessary for parents  to select sot-jo treatment which ha������*  prrven a cure for such ailmonts. If  records of cures count for anything  then you can turn to ��������� D:-. Chase's  Ointment .with fullest assurance that  in this* you will hav.e the means of  controlling  itching  Bkin   diseuse.**.  By affording prompt "relief from the  terrible itching, Dr. Chase's Ointment  puts an end to suffcring^and removes  the cause of scratching. Aa the fires  of ec?.ema* dio away tho ointment sola  up the process of healing, 'aud brings  about thorough and lasting cure. At  a treatment for the skin troubles of  children nothing has ever proven,so'  satisfactory as Dr." Chase's Ointment.  Boy With a Future  One predicts a future for tho school  boy  who  wrote the following  torso  narrative about Elijah:  "Thero was a.mau named Elijah,  lio hnd some bourn and ho Ib/oA In a  eavp. Some boys tormented him. He  said: 'If you keep on throwing atones  at me, I'll turn the bears on you and  they'll cat you. up.' And they did and  ho did* and tho bears did."  -Tho  fall-  FiipoIIoiih Doclor (to nrtlfll)-  plelurcH on tlio wtillH are your  UI'l-B, I- mippoHo?  Dyspeptic AN 1st ��������� Vim. That's  whero you doctor** hnvo tlio pull ovor  uo,   You can bury yours,  ''WIuiI'b  tlmt your  futlu-r  Ih  say-  \rii-i"  "Ho nayR If you'ro not out of hero  In ton uiinuw'-i' hu'il euniu down mil  help you out."  "Trll him it won't bo nrcossnry. J'm  a Belf-Btnrtor."  CblirpllPn   RboilM   Aflvpftlup  Thevo It* iu rood reiiHon why the  church flliould not pi'oi't by iicwh-  imper ndvoitlnlng. If It. linn anything  of npeclnl niipeul lo tho non-ehilrob  Hooi'B of tlio community, tho columns  of tho prei-B offer Ilio bent place for  tbo iiiinowvcrroinil of tho fi.ct.-Ot-  ttiwa Cltlwn.  Ren-iy for Anything  jrifl.  II.���������Tfic-y liuil ihulr wc-ddinB  rehcRreal Inft ftvenlng,  Mr.  n.���������Yi-iV   tnty nro now  sup.  posed to bo prepared for tlm worst.  Sunday In Scotland  Tn illustrations of tho "dreary Glasgow Sunday," a lecturor told this  i-tory of the Into J. L. 'J'oolo. He was*,  leaving IiIb hotel in gIhbrow one flno  Sunday morning, whon tho sun was  shining hii'ihlly. As he wan strolling  ulong George aveiiuo a policeman  eyed lilm BiiRpiclounly, nnd at last approached him and said:  ">'e liad bettor tali' caro what yo'ro  doing,"  "What am I doing?" Inquired  Toole, and added with n merry wink:  "Why, I'm not oven whittlllng."  "No," replied tho Glaswegian In sol-  etiiii and reproving toner.; "but yo'ro  looliln' almost as happy ns if It wore  Monday."  I Tarry���������I understand Gertrude Gad-  alolte' mavrioe  a man who made ������'  big-fortune-by_a_luclry���������specula_tion_iii���������  soap. . '.. ��������� ���������   "  Grace���������Yes; and ho disgraced her  whilo they Were on tlieir* honeymoon.  Harry���������How did he do il?  Grace���������Gertrude wanted 'the other  passengers to think an ocean voyago  avp.s an old tsory to them, when her  husband, the first crack out ot tho  box, pointed to a row of life preservers and asked tho captain what  was the idea of all the extra tires.  No Asthma Remedy Like It.���������Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is distinctly different from other so-called  remedies. Wero this "not so it would  not havo continued its great work of  relief until known from ocean to  ocean for its wonderful valuo. Kellogg's, the foremost ond best of ftll  asthma remedies, "stands upon a reputation founded iu tho hearts of thom*.  ands who havo Imcwn its bonollt.  One on the Volco  .Lecturer���������T/vdloo mil gentlemen, w-j  shall consider thif* evening tho fundamental principle*- of arehltooUiro. Tlitj  IStnisfinns��������� .  A wandering voice���������How d'yo oulltl  a dog hoiisoV  Lecturer (solicitously)���������Aro you  going to move?  Minard's    Liniment   Cures    Burns,  etc.  There is In ch'cnlntlon yet another  gonial story about tho Gai y Scot, A  Caledonian chloftt'.ln won a million  plus iu a penny raffle nt a bazaar,  Three days later bo called, very wiiu  and wonry of aspiuit.  "Seo hero." lie tsald to the bazaar  fiporetary. "l'vo counted thom. Tlvy.  arc throe rdiovt!"���������Tit-Hltrj.  who  ITo wni", ono of tho smart mon  HIio to Hhow tholr filevorncBB.  "Hoe me mul'o hlni look small," ho  (������������������aid, ns tho 'Joggur approached. Then  ho listened .tolunitily to tho tule of  hard luck,  "That's the tmino old atory you told  mo Innt wool'," ho said, v/hon tho vagrant luul llnlshoil.  "Is it?" wiih tho roply, 'TVlinpF, I  did, pVlmpH I did," ho nd:iltlfd; "bill  I'd initio forgotten mooting you for  lho moment. 1 wns doing seven diij'fi  last week nud thoro wan sucli u lot ot  us, you nee,"  An Odd Fact  'n journey iu  In a d,i;.''n journey iu a crowded  Htrech you will not moot ono man In  ton thousand who will not admit, that  r.H'i'o Ih uoiucthlng wrong ayIUi methods which give tho few toa much and  tlm mnny toil little,  In iv diiy'o Jouvr.jy on a crowdoil  f.troet you will not meet lho mnn In  ten thousand who ilooti not want ex-  son poverty al-HUshed,  In a dny'n journey on a crowded  street, you will not moot ono mnn In  to ntlioiisaiul who does not want, exactly what Socialists want���������providing  you don't call it Socialism.���������London  Clarion,  [  3  **********  i  Wrvk ml*.  HJLi^li.il.'-4/tt4<*-Mti SL " ��������� -  *m m ^*~  It li the right of -mryona to llvo and nnjoy the rheerfal life. We ���������*-*������  It to oareiiWea ������nd thoie trha lire with ua to live the <h������������?ful lift. We,  cannot do io If ill health tak'oi hold of un, >  Th<(-wlfe, mother and diiuffhteriiifferintr from hot fluhee, narvoBenam,  i...A,*\.* \,ti'iitrlii. Arniivtnt-AnmriffiiWrtr. nr anTethnr wp-iVtiMitrin* M itlHiMna  nt IrnyuUrlUoi or tfa* delicate female orgeru-Ve tidt vMr a burt*n to kemil*  but to tier loved ante, ,  Thtrt tt * rimtJy,   Fertr yaari exptitwiee hat ->rev������n ona-Utakably tbife  BR. PIERCE'S  Favorite prescription  will ryitore hiaJih to weabeneil wemanbln-l. Por 40 ytart II haa. aarvtvtd,  riT-iJn'llfa. envy and milk*. Hold bv dtaUre In medicine In Ikjotd ar tabU* forW  lit. l'l*i*e*'������ I'avwrlu ViMCxIiillcn Tablota can te hml of drur-f Ut er wafleJ on  receipt of one-teat ilampi-for (1.00 or tOe ilu. Addreaa It, V, Pietee, If. t)H  uaffalo, K. Y.  I������r������ Plerc������'> l-leatant Pellcb regrataf* tut4 tattc������ral������  ���������t������Muicbi tlvcr awl lowclf* flof���������r-oo������tcd, Wtf griuiI'Mf the OT,ws..croraEJix:\OT>i b. a  *#  f**-m**<m-*W ���������4-4>*W*4*14**4>4"#  Millie Won  1  ���������J* *5*  &A Wedding Under Difficulties.!  ���������*���������    ��������� ��������� *  1 '        ''        - ' t  $ ByW. CRAWFORD SHERLOCK. *  ** * -3- * * * -j- ���������> ���������> '���������"*> -:��������� *-:���������"*< *���������:���������> ���������:- -:��������� ���������;������ *:- * * ���������, *  By Sta  and .air."A solution of the problem j    JHE   SCALES   OF  JUSTICE.  Bashed across'the girl's miud as ..she )  ���������.  lowered and fasteued ibo window.   It j now They War* Tipped In Favor of a  [  "Millie; I have roqueslcd Mr. Mitchell   not' to   come ,'here   any   more."  Mrs.- Thompson   purred  rather. Hum  *polio the words, but .her keen black  ryes were tixed intently upou her niece  ns If expecting lho news would provoke1  ������ storm.   She was nut mistaken.  ,  "What do you mean. Ami Hetty?"  demanded .Millie, hor bluu-oycs (lash-  his   and   lior   voice   tpiiverin?   with  linger.   "Why should you tell .lack uot  to call upon me again? 1 am not a  child and cau see no reason why you  Bhould object to his visits if I don't,"  "You   forget   yourself,   Millie,''   returned Mrs. Thompson iii the same soft,  -miTi;:s tone. ' "1 am your nuut, your  father's sister, and'he requested iii his  will tliat'yo'u should make your home  with nio until you arc either married  or, have reached the ago of twenty-live.  That makes mc yourgunrdlau, mor-  ������lly if not legally, and 1 deem it my  duly to break up your Intimacy with  "Mr. Mitchell.'"  "Why did you not object lo Jack  when-1 Grst mot him? Why did you  permit him to call here time and again  after we met? Why did you wait  until we are engaged to be married  bcroro you offered any objections to  his visiting uio?'-'  - *���������> ���������  ". "I am not compelled lo answer such  .questions, Millie clray. especially when  '-asked so disrespectfully," purred1 Airs.  Thompson,   "but   I ��������� will   do   so.     i  thought Mr. Mitchell was a very estimable you ns man when you lirst met  him.  This impression remained with  me until lately, when 1 Imvohnd reason lo believe him, otherwise."-'  "What is  your reason':"  demanded  1 the girl sharply.  "1 decline to tell you," replied Mrs.  Thompson, Her voice was slill soft  1 aud low, but her thin, fingers twitched  nervously as if she were imbued with  a strong desire to scratch the girl so  boldly con fronting ber. "Mr. Mitchell  shall not como hero again. That is all  J .have to'say. Of course, as you are  of age, 1 cannot prevent you from  iiieeting him clandestinely, but so far  sis my own home is concerned I shall  ���������utsi A eavo D--1 o- <1 o-i n y���������d 11 t-y-.i"������������������������������������,   Tho "suggestivonoss   of   her   aunt's  words puzzled  Millie,  but their pur-  'port became clearer lo her as sho'relieved.  "I think 1  understand  it nil  now.  Aunt   Hetty,"   she   said   slowly   aud  scornfully.,    "You   havo   deliberately*,  planned this thins, knowing that niy  ���������fulher, wbo bated the very mention, ot  runaway marriages,  provided that I  must be married at your home if 1  ..am mnrrled before I am twcnty-Uvc.  if I am inn tried tiny whore else one  hair of my fortune will so lo you.   My  falher made this strange provision, believing it would prevent mo from eloping with any one before 1 had reached  years  of  discretion,   You   introduced  ino to .lack Mitchell and encouraged  lil in to come to see inc.   N'ov-Twhon wc  nro almost ready to be married you  ��������� trump-up some objection tu lilm In the  hope that J  will  run away nnd get  married, thus allowing you lo become  possessor of  hull.' my  fortune. .Aunt  Hotly, I have never loved you, but I  did  not think  you  wore, capable1 ol  well ii. scheme."  "Ilcllcvo wbat you please," rolorlcil  Mrs, Thompson, purring ih> longer, but  speaking   harshly   and   dlscordanlly.  . ��������� "Mr.  Mitchell   shall   not  como   lien-  again.   You mny do as you please."  "J am going to nmrry .lack Mitchell,"  ropliod Millio quietly, ".'mil 1 shall In;  'Uiirrl'-'d In1 your home. 'TlmI. Is nil 1  hnvo lo sny."   And. turning, thu jjlrl  walked lo her own room, leaving her  .    mint to reflect over tlio lust words.  nulling her (lour lo guard agitlnsi  nny Intrusion. Millio rollected over the  ���������situation.   She wns now twenty, aim  ���������by waiting llvo yours until she en mo  Inlo possession of hur fortune It woulu  bo possible io prevent Mrs, Thompson  from 'obtaining any of tho properly.  lin.*. the girl's mind revolted at Ihe idea  of .waiting an long.   Sho luul known  'liu;k MlU'hcll for two years und hml  been eiigtiguil lo lilm six months.   Five  renrs socinoil " llt'elliiii-, nud sho Alt  'missed all thought1 of such n plan.  Aunt Holly should not prolll. by hor  nmri'lnge to .liiok-upoii that nt least  Mllllo was resolved--but how could shu  possibly ho married In hoi' inuit'fl  home? Aunt Holly, having been ills*  eoveml In h������r scheme to f-ooiiro u pari  of tin* fortune, would wire no effon  fo prevent her niece's nuirrltigo In tier  home,  Thoro scorned no wny to colvo lho  problem, and Mllllo nnmo to Mko ���������"  ���������.������������������������������������It: thti'.Mt**": thi- f���������'���������'"'��������� '-ilf ���������"'.'!,*������  tirtn-r Koine relief to hor troubled inh'.d  As she stood boforo tho mirror nrrnng-  lug hur lint sho noticed tho rolloctlou  nf mon moving about tlm adjoining  hduso. ami sho turned to Investigate.  Men wore Inklni" up tho cnipot and  moving the furniture out of lho room  opposite her.1*, whllo others wero on  tho door bolow, similarly engaged,  rould It bo possible Hint the .lnrUsoiis  ttwo Koliig <������ 'novo? U thoy woro the  Adjoining house wonhl probably bo fot  -cut. nml-Mllllc ratecd her window  ������������������ulckly and reached out lior timid. It  iilnioat touched the window of the .vi1  i JolnluE Uoiito. The house-* woro Join-  * td together In front, but In tho real  [ n irninll tftaco low tlisn throo fed  I      wldt ft-pptrated theni to Admit Hifhi  might be possible to frustrate Anut  Hetty and not wait five years either.  During tbe next week Millie spent  much of the time at home. Aunt Hetty; always on the alert, viewed this  unusual proceeding with suspicion and  remained indoors, herself to guard  Rg-iinst.nny possible iuvaslon by Jack.  Mitchell. Instructions wore Issued to,  lhe servant to admit no oue, nnd Mrs.  Thompson felt confident of bciug able  to frustrate any attempt on' Millie's  part to marry-according to the provisions of her father's will.  Millie smiled complacently, but said  nothing, as she noted her aunt's actions. Things were progressing Hue-  ly, and at; last the.plau was ready for  execution.   ...'���������-  Locking aiid bolting her door, she  spent (wo hour., in putting ou hor prettiest gown. When this task was com-  pleted to her satisfaction she raised  the curtain and opoued the window.  A moment later Jack Mitchell's handsome face peered out _ of the window  of the adjoining libuse.,  '.'All ready, MiilieV"' lie asked, restraining a strong desire to spring  across the intervening space and take  her In his arms. "Hero's the Rev. Mr.  Walkr-, an old friend of mine; and two"  witnes'os. ;rfc Latimer and Frank  Long,   "vYe are all ready if you are."  Millie nodded, and the minister directed them to join hands across the  space of separation. Tho marriago  service was read in-> slow,, measured  KITCHEN ECONOMICS.  Masculine Martyr. ^  The upright judge leaucd forward  aiid bestowed a look of supreme disgust upon the prisoner, a not unhandsome looking young man. .*  . "The charge against you is that you  have punctured the fair skin of this  ,plaintiff with a needle. Sviiat have  you to say for yourself?"  The prisoner, his face proud and  haughty, drew himself up.  "It is true, your honor," he replied,  "but 1 am not responsible."  ������������������flow so?"  '���������The facts are these. . Not being able  to afford an automobile. I am obliged,  like a great many olher American,citizens, to travel in public conveyances,  For many mouths now 1 have been  continuously jabbed in the face, back,  shoulders aud arms by innumerable  hatpins Worn by total strangers. After enduring this thing for a long time  the thought'of revenge became settled  in my mind. I lost, my control and ono  day determined to take the defensive."  Hero the prisoner .broke down.  "Your honor,'.' he sobbed, "it was  wrong of nie, but under this fearful  ordeal-my reason tottered."  The judge wiped away a tear.  "Jt is a sad case," lie muttered as  he noticed there was not a dry eye in  the courtroom. "Send hint-to a sanitarium, and let us hope that we may  not share his fate."���������Life,- -  PRODUCING RADIUM.  Ho-v <o Make Palatable and Xourisb-  ing Soups Front * T/cf'overs.  Tbe question of economy- in tbe  kitchen is easiest solved by the good  cook. The woman who koo-vrr, little  or*'iiolhing about cooking fiuds it very  difficult.to make ends meet at limes,  while the woman who is either a natural born cook or has been trained:  lo cook beautifully, can always serve  a dinner, even if there is nothing  bul scraps in the house.  ��������� To the housewife whose only  knowledge of cooking is bow lo broil  and roast meat and boil and bake potatoes and a.few other vegetables���������  to this woman scraps seem tit for  nothing but the rubbish heap. Tho  Idea that these scraps may be used  would probably never occur to her,'  while the suggestion that not only  might they be used, but that they  might bo made quite delicious, would  seem preposterous.  One way to save ihe leftovers is  to make them into a good soup.  Wlien there Is a good butcher"!) bone  for u solid foundation a great, many  of the. scraps can be put into the  soup pot. for flavoring, Tho bones  left over from roasts of lambs, veal  or chicken can be made, into tine  soups with the aid of the celery  lea-ves and any odds and ends oC  vegetables which happen to be on  hand. A carrot, a turnip, a few on-,  ions, peas, all may be thrown into the  Eouppot. Tbey all add strength and  flavor.  Llxtrnction of I'recious IMctnl Is Very  'tedious  Process.  Were the production of radium dependent entirely upon ihe<supplies of  pilcliblende available lhe outlook for  the future would br poor indeed.  -, Pitchblende sometimes contains as  much as 60 per cent, of uranium, and  radium* always occurs with .uranium  In tbe proportion of about ono part  in three million. The richest pitchblende has beon mined at St. Joaeh-  imsial, in Bohemia, but, further supplies are beln;; conserved by the  Austrian  Government.  One result of tbe shortage of such  uranium minerals has been  the de-  OLD TRINITY CUSTOMS  "FATHKR   KPISCOPON"    CXIQUH  TRADITION' OF COlXEGli.  Recent. Visit of Venerable Personage  is an An mini Event In (lie Life  of Toronto's Historic Seat of  Learning ��������� Freshmen Are Called  "Worms" and Need n Ureal Deal  of Keeping In Order.,  What Could the Governor Say?  A local contributor cites a fresh ex-  ioiicf*"nud they were pronounced man j ample of the fashion iu  which the  and wife.   Jack would have come over   youth of today trips lho unwary par-  Unique amongst all   the   customs  and usages of the universities of tbo  world stands the annual  Yifn't paid  (o Trinity College,  Toronto,, by  the  yelopmeut of the use of  nicsothor-j Venerable Father  Episcopon, which  to join  his wife,  but she prevented  him. "   ���������,  "No, no, Jack; this is Aunt Hetty's  house, and sho has forbidden you to  come here. Just wait for me at, tho  door." .  Mrs. Thompson, listening, as was ber  wont, at the keyhole, uad heard tho  sound'of'vqlces and felt that something  was wrong, Vigorously aud viciously  she had pounded on the door of Millie's  room, demanding admittance during  the ceremony, but the Rev. Mr. Walker, previously apprised of the situation, bad not heeded the interruption.  As, Millie unfastened' the' door Mrs.  -Thompson's angry face confronted her,  ���������'Who is in your room, Millie?" demanded tbo aunt, glancing around in'  (juest of the intruder. She found uo  one iu the room, but cauglif'sigbt ot  Jack's face across the way. The.bride-  groom had val tod to soo what developed when the door was unfastened.  "What is that man doing in.tlio .lack-  son house?" contiuued Mrs. Thompson  .angrily. "1 shall request .Mrs. Jacksou  to forbid him coming there." ,_  ���������iiiiT^ninciv'i!Ju~inTsniTm*rar"A"irirt~n'EF  ty," said Millio calmly, "Hut you have  been so busy^watching me .that" you  failed to notice It. 1, or,' rather, we,  have taken tho house."  "We! What do you mean?" inquired  Mrs. Thompson excitedly. "J iiavi*  nothing to do with that house."  "1 mean Jack and inyselt, aunt, Wo  have just been married.   1 stood in my*  out  "Father," said -.lie son homo from  college to his fathor, '���������! must have  belter rooms at college. Why, in the  place I room now* thore isn't even bot  water lo shave with iu the morning."  "Son, when 1 was your age I never  had hot water to,shave with. Did it,  when the weather wasn't too blooming  cold, out in the front of the woodshed  aud mado lather out of any old soap i  could Iind."  "But, father," expostulated the son.  "didn't you say you" sent.me to college that I might have'the advantages  you didn't have?" - Cleveland Pluhi  Dealer.  Patriotism In Hayti.  Ilaytl, which is now again in one  of its perennial revolutions, breeds a  spirit of sensitive patriotism unknown lu other countries., Some years  ago a general in, the Hayiian army  ordered' an' artificial eye in Paris.  The maker executed tbe..order to the  best of bis ability; but the eyo was  returned from Port au Prince, with  a letter complaining that "the eye  you forwarded me is of a tint tbat  resembles the Spanish flag. I am far  too patriotic to wear any colors but  those of my own country." After ascertaining from the Minister of Marine, the color^of the Haytiain standard, a scarlef'and green eye was despatched, and thisJmet with'approval.  ���������London Daily Chronicle.  ium, which may be regarded as a bye- *  product of ibe incandescent gas mantle industry. t.  Hut whereas the average life of  radium is 2,500 years, that of meso-  tborium is only about eight years,  and thus while money spent on1 radium may be taken as being.unaffected by depreciation a store of meso-  thorium would need replenishment in,  a few years.  There are, however, large supplies  of minerals containing some 1 or 2  per cent, or uranium. Among such  "low grade" minerals auiunite and  carnolite perhaps come ��������� next lo  pitchblende and tbe urauinites in respect of uranium content. Orangitc  and other minerals also contain uranium, and ibe supply of radia-active  material would be fairly wide if all  these minerals could be included  from the point of view of radium p*>o-  duclion.,, < *'  The usual processes of radium extraction are, however, ledious and  protracted, and the difficulties of  economically treating the poorer minerals by their aid are very great. The  operations, which are described in  The London Times, begin with the  removal of the uranium or of the uranium aud' -vanadium in the case of  carnotlte. " -  The.residues contain a great deal  Patience Rewarded.  A man had been convicted for stealing" and was brought before Judg-i  Perkins, The judge was noted .for .his  kind heart and his light sentences.  "Have you ever been sentenced tt  Imprisonment before?" asked the jiidgt  not unkindly.  "No. never:" exclaimed the man. suddenly and dramatically bursting into  took place ihis year a few days ago.  Few people have heard of the Voner-, -  able Father. He never really existed.  But as a mythical personage of great  Importance, his coming is looked forward to by 'he students of Trinity  with something of awe, a little Of  fear, and a very'great deal of interest.  The Venerable Father Episcopon  is said to dwell in the main tower ot  the college, and there, amid the oaken rafters and the dust and the cobwebs, to look down through window-  panes coated wiih the grime of ages,  upon lhe life that, passes in the cloistered balls, below, to note everything  ���������which he thinks deserving, of adverse  criticism, to storo it up against the  coutlug of the ninth of March. H-a  has been doing this ever since. "(858,  when the futile imagination of P. E.  Stewart, an undergraduate, brought  bim into being. Each year a certain  lindergrad. known as The Scribe, and ,  chosen by his predecessor In.office,  prepares in his name a manuscript  volume of comment made by one man ���������  concerning another, compiles an introduction which is more or less a  resume of the events of the college  year, aud his own criticism thereon,  and gives notice that it will be read  ona certain day, usually March 9, the  birth-day of the Mr. Stewart afore-  TeTrsT   "Never!"- ,     .  "Well, well, don't cry. my iuan," said  the judge* "It needn't, troublo you.  You're going to lie."���������Lippiucotfs.  room, and .lack stood iu the room of   sailor."  Times Have Changed.  "Jt used to bo that when we met a  mau  who could wash.and .raciid hh  own   clothes   and   who   could   wast  dishes and cook we took him to be t  The Order of Fools.  On Nov. 12,' 13S1, the Order * of  Fools;was instituted by Adolphus,  Count of Cleves,. Members were not  by any means idiots, however, for  the word bad a different meaning  then. They were the prototype of  our modern fraternal "orders, doing  a similarly benevolent work. Their  insignia consisted of a mantle, upon  the left shoulder of which was embroidered a jester, or fool, in cap  ���������iiud-beliSj-veilow^-hose-and-silYer-vestT-  So these cheery, useful, jokers had  a bright, happy outlook upon life and  met. together to dispense tbe earnest  of their healthful existence atstaled  intervals, the chief day of which was  Nov. 12.  of silica, and a large number of mentioned. On this occasion the stu-  metals lhat, are ordinarily present  have to be got rid of. The radium is  obtained usually in the form of a  mixture of radium and barium chloride at the end of the first or "opening up" process, and' the final operation consists in neparaling the pure  radium chloride from, the barium  salt, a process -tvhich may take several months.  TbD first operation is generally effected by boiling tbe residues with  sodium carbonate solution, when the  radium and barium form insoluble  carbonates. -These are*'dissolved in  hydrochloric   acid,  certain  chlorides  dent body assembles in tbe dining ���������  hall, and after a glorous repast, the  lights arc turned out, two candles are  braught and placed one on each side  of a reading desk on the dais, and tho  Scribe produces a skull, the symbol  of Episcopon, and his powers and  prerogatives. With the premonitory  motto: "Nolandl Sunt Tibl Mores"  (Publicity lo Your Peculiarities!) ho  proceeds to- read. And tbe quavering student, seated in tbe darkness  and gazing at tbo skull and. t' e head  and shoulders of the Scribe, faintly  illuminated by the flickering candle -  flames, gels a very fair impression of  of  other  metals  also  remaining  in  ;what his fellows'IhJln*- of'hlm. Epis-  tbe ablution. copan is just, Vut when it Is advis-  tbe houso next door. 1 wns married  jn your homo and have complied wllti  (ho condition otiny father's will, tiood-  by, Atint Hotly. Como over and so������  us. Wo will be at homo on Tuesdays  of uest month."  But- Mrs. Thompson was too much.  discounted by tho defeat of her welt  laid plan to mako n reply.  "Anil now?''  "Now we* don't know whether he is*  a sailor or lho husband of ,n euffra.  getto."���������Chicago News,  He Liquefied Helium.  II. Ksimorllnt'b Onnus,'winner of'tl;*  recently awarded $10,000 .Nobel prlsso  for physics In 1013, Is a Holland scientist, living at Leydon, whore ho curries  out his exporitiionls In his'own laboratory. Ho spout-twelve years boforo ho  succoodod in llquoiylns hollum, the Inst  gas which still resisted tlio grout est  cold as yet expui'linenlnlly prodm-ed.  lu tbo courso of his oxporlmi'iits with  hollum ho oblnlni'd a temporituro ot  271 degrees 0. or 2 dogi-ecs above tho  itlisolulo yaiyo, which, in'lording to theory, Is the lowest temperature obtainable.  Conq.ierino Typhoid,  rtomills of niilMypbuld liioculallon  among the l-Tcnch Iruopi* in Algoiin  and Morocco (luring 1012 wero reported  by Professor Vincent nt tho recent  Intornatliinal medical ni tigress In Loudon. Ju western Morocco, wlillo nbout  111 per conl among lho nonliioeiiliitcil  co n true tod tho dlscnt-e, only nnu In  ri.000 union*; the liiuciilnloil 'Mil so.  '^f.*^-^���������t.1*t'*'Ht���������^4-���������S'-!���������'*t������������������i���������*-^5^'���������t������������������< t H4������ ������  1 PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.!  I '     ��������� I  ,;-, Acid Mouth,, '9>  $ An add cotidltlou of tho iiionlb ,a  tl> mny result from systoiiuitli! or -j*>'  f, looiil ciiiiNPH-tho taking nf oer- '|>'  j> tulu modIfiiI iiivpiinilluiis, Iiiiil- '1"  % gout Ion Mint dyspopshi, pni'lMos .it  'V uf food roiiiiiliiliig about tlui ';J(  % tooth, which, wllh lho hont of Ip  J> lho mouth, decompose nnd pro $  ���������> iliioo ii eld: pyeos-iivo i*������*-* of .'������>  % swet'lr., which, ferment ing, gen- %  % fraio iicid; conlliiui'il uso ol >'P  % wines, fnillH. do. Muo' .nn ho &  4 done to alleviate, this condition ^  % by homo troiitinouL Tho month &>  <|; Nhould ho rinsed lifter each inoal |*  ^ ninl all -inrUi'i'-'ti of tood re- <*���������  f moved, nnd the loclh should nl- $  | ways lie brushed on retiring nt |  Z night and upon rising In lho |  \ morning, euro Ijolng Cuhcn lo |  | inovu lho brush with ii rolnry |  * motion rafher thnn Ion much ���������������������  | across the tooth, ns the Inttor has %  a lowlcnoy to -"lit "r foroo iho ������  Bums to recede. This slmiAo ,,  Irentuient will pron-nt eoiisUIvp- \\  ��������� nous, eroilon anil decay. <������  Ding Ding.  "How Is this for gallantry? Fordl  nand novor addresses mo without bc  ginning 'Fair miss' or something liki  that." ���������  "Forco of habit, my dour. Ho ac  quired it when ho used to be a on.  conductor."*-,St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Generous Amends.  "Of courso you havo made soin6  promises you didn't keep."  "Yes," ropliod Senator Sorghum  "But 1 nover yot broke a promise to tv  man without giving hlni n boiler'on������  in Its stoa(l."--Waslilngtou Slur,  For the Boy's Sake.  "I want my sou to enjoy his boyhood, because bo wlll be a child only  once."  "That's all well enough, bul there's  no uee in making one**?1! a slave to  one's children."..  "I don't mako myself a slave lo  one's children, I find my greatest,  enjoyment Jn giving thera pleasure."  "Then why did you kick so strenuously when your boy'aS'iod you foe a  dime to pay his way into the picturo  show?"  ���������   "Sh-sh!   I don't want him to overhear.   I know he'd   bo  sorry  it  he  spent the money tor seo that show,  was there myself this afternoon."  The radium-barium ia next precipitated as sulphate, which, is once more  'Converted���������into~o.aTbon-ate~;i:nu~uiJis*  again into chloride. Finally the material is submitted to a long series of  fractional crystallizations, by* which  radium" chloride is gradually separated out in a more or less pure state.  One of tbe most,1; Important advances in the technique of radium  extraction tbat has so far beon made  Is perhaps a concentrating process  which has been invented by two lOng-  lish chemists���������Kent Smith and H. B.  Itolfe���������whereby the. radium containing residues can be reduced in bulk  so that about 05 per cent, of the material Is discarded.  Saw Her ('huiice.  "No man oball over Idas mc except  my future hunband," said the girl as  she was about to leave the gate.  "Suppobo I agree to he your future"���������  "Why, then, I'll kiss you," she  said eagerly.   And ulie did.  Her mothor was informed that, ho  had proposed, aud tho old lady called  on him Iho next day to arrango matters, and beforo ho knew it ho was  eternally booked. It was a vory moan  advantage, but n bird in tho hand Is  worth two on tho gardon gale.  Most Wonderful Clock.  The most wonderful clock In the  world Is In St, Petersburg. 11 hat!  nlncty-flve fares, It Indicated simultaneously tho I lino of day nt thirty  points on the oarth's surface, besides  tho movement of tho carlh around  tho sun, the phases of tho moon, tho  Hlgtis of the nod Iho, the paesago ovor  the meridian of moro than fifty stani  or lho northern hemisphere, and the  duto   a''cording   to   tho   flregorlan,  You Hutten's Misery.  Very sad wr.s the fate of TJlrich  von Hutton, one of tho greatest writers Germany has ever produced. Unable to earn a living, he was reduced  to tramping Ihrough tho country,  begging food and shelter from tho  peasants. Ono bitter winter's night  both woro refused, and next morning  ho was round frozen si Iff and cold  In tbe drifting snow outaldo the village. "The only thing ho died pos-  sosHod of besides the rags bo wore,"  says his biographer, Zwlngll, "was a  pen,"  Tho Only IUgcisHblo Rind.  A young Mtian who lc striving for  political lionora and who therefore  foela callod upon lo do considerable  public talking was recently waited  upon by a delegation of mon residing  In ono of lho poorer regions of his  district.  Ho wns groally pleased when I heir  tipokcsm.au requested a speech  from  able. ._hc__is also stern,  noi a  litlls  caustlc in tone, and-very emphatic.   Naturally-aone-of'the���������eoIfrigcTTuP   ~  thorltics are admitted to this hallowed rite1. It. is necessarily private and  confidential, and although there is a  possibility of injustice, complaints  which may be made later will secure  the Insertion of tho material, to *  which objection has heen taken, ln  the final, bound volume, which goes  to swell a collection kept by tlie^  Scribe that dates back lo the middle  of the last century. Old dog-eared  volumes with yellowed pages exhibiting tho handwriting of men who have  passed away, and of others, too, who  have Blnco attained success in every  walk of life; and with hero and there  a moro or less expert drawing of be-  gownod men and bccrinolined women  in tho style of draughtsmanship long  since discarded, Uo in tho bottom*of  an ancient heavily-locked chest,  which the Scribe is Bworn to guard  jealously.  Episcopon is a tradition now, It  links tho past with the prosont, in a  way In which nothing olse would do;  lt is perhaps tho hlghost-valnod institution of tho coIIoro, and whon  each new Scribe addn Ills volume to  tho collection, ho fools that ho lias  added anothor chapter to au honorable history.  Trinity College has a reputation  for conservatism and Anglicism, ln  every possiblo renpoct, it Is modelled  aftor iho great universities of Kng-  land. Tho stud nt of Trinity must  wear an academic gown to lectures,  nioals, and lo (���������'lipol, except on Sundays and holy days, whon surpllce-  uro tho ordur of tho day.  , Tho student body Is divided Inlo  two great sertlonu, tho arts men and  tlm divinity students, who used to ho  him at an curly date. known *- r,(|1(, ��������� a p"orrH,,tlon of (ho  What,   kind   ot   a   speculi,     hi-   n|iptll|utifin ������������������tJieoloBB"! and tbo for-  ui'ln-d,  "An nnpr dinner speech," replied  a wag In i������ ahahby coal,  A {'ood Hnhwmnn,  '"Whnt!" cried tho careful boii'-c-  wifo. "you chnrgo me a dollar for  Uioho potatons?"  Yen, ma'am,',' niiBv-crod tho polite  Mr, lliowii-.kmos iiiflot the slug din  ncn-Modchi Improvements Ish all ver)  well (hid. hut moving stairways Ul  lho limit!-r.ondon Opinion.    "  Willi'        IIHUKIIUII ��������������� ."' ".-O"  " "   ,-' ,-���������     , t . ���������  Oroelt, Muptmlmnn and Hebrew cal- Urncrr. "i'hiit Is tho very lowest price  ondurn.   It tool: two yearn to put the  works tognllicr.  &ti&:ltfMt** t4*-M4-*J������ .4.4 i ���������>������������������  Tlm Secret.  Old mn Ms. iici'ordlng to lifo liisni'imcf  riAlsiu.*,,  ...������;   utile.   ibA.-i  t.i..ii   i.x.l ���������>!���������>���������  women, while'1v.h-1ic'.mv*i ���������tr--- not ������-uch  n desirable risk as mnrrled men. f.wftu\  llko a luck of tciumvork Homowliero-  Diiluth N'owB-Trlhiinr-.  T.tl*n*  "Why do you hill her as Aim-Th'n'*  ffiontMt nelronsV"' imkod the orlllc,  "Sho has shot two luisbands nnd dl  vorced throe others," ropliod tho pro  ducer. "What moro do jo'ii wnnt?"-  Clnclnnstl Knqulrer.  An Ewpirt,  Gritw nui-Mhtf-U UiiiTy Slnultt'iii ������  good skater?  holly I>wlnr~rfrr>ctly lovely! H-*  hnd to huff nie ilx or neveii (Imw tt  ko������p me from fallltif.-Fuck.  we can sell them for."  mor confidently boanlMhat tholr freer  di-portment Ih thu only thing that  wives tho latter from absoluto st agnation and narrow-i-ilndcdnoHfl. Undoubtedly tho arts, men hawi a very  Nivlfy'.ng Influence*.  Freshmen aro known an "worms,"  and are put through a ncrlos of Initial Ions from which haxlng at a feature. In only debaip.'d by tlm i-lrlcl  orders of thn governing oflbnus, and  ���������How Ih It that I can gel Ilium Inn oath which ������vory ono mum lake  Brmiltlvo.  "She's getting miner plump."  ���������'Yob, hut don't you   daro  to  toll  hor ko,   Hho  nearly  mini  her husband for a divorce on account of her  plumpnoiiH,"  "Why, ho Isn't lo blame"  "Ko, but sho hoard that he war  complaining that ho bud an elephant  upon hie hands, und she thought he  im-iUit net, uuo no only meant it  Vi-nirc be a::-. Iryjjif 'a jmt."  |.(HiIh of tlio <)ystcr������.  l.ouls den huitreH (Louis of lho  oyators) wan tin- nlcknamo given to  Louis XVIII. of Franro berr.ui*(* he  lived in high vlyle and ospoeially cn-  |oyod oyster*". In French ihln nlrk-  nnmo In a fairly good,ono, at liln official namo wan Louis dix-hull (the  f-lf-b(cnntb), which nound-i very much  llko des hultre.ti.  An Viiiu-uial l'ui*e, ,  .  "Fordlmnd In e.atat,"ft."  ������������������Good matchV  "Muftt lie. Ilia aunts an* all perfectly roooocllfd, and fven hii moth-  nr doean't teem to think lr- ia mak-  Ibc much of a ralaUke."  ���������'rom Hi-own*** fqr DO conl**, then?"  "I cannot, any, madam. 1'erbapii  Mr, Urown ban takon a fancy io you,  Mo is a widower, and you aro beautiful, l.nfoi innately 1-- Yru'ni, a  ���������lollar."  A <1iIiii*hio Stor).  A Chi ii oho harbor while -'having a  cimtomor'n lioud drow blood and <put  rtnn nf hi" flnrevi or* tho tilncn    At'-iln  he made u rut and put down another  nngur, and no on unul lm hud no;  moro lingers free. "Ah." mild ho a.i  he. patu-nd in his work, "a barber's  trade W difllculf. We. ought to have  a thousand finr**n*!"  Worm.  Mrs, liuf-glii** ��������� Ib-foro wc were  married you tmed to say I wai tho  nunnhlne of your life.  Mr. IlugginH ������������������ Woll, I Rdmlt that  you still do your bent to mako thlnri  hot for mo.  \le Mfltnt  tli'*������ A--I-M.  Hfwltt- -ftr-ifl in***** irry appro-  -.rliilp UnreukK-p, don't you think ao?  .yt*w<tt- W*ll, when 1 ttVoft blm  wbat he thought of the ldf-a of cremation hi-, reply *a������. "It Jam on?."  on entering, To keep the unruly  young gentlom-in of tho fin.t yonr  from feeling too greally their rr.Ieai-o  from iho prensiiro of bomo-tW't', skilful and paliiHiaklng nionnun-s ������������������ic ne-  eottary, and In most rases tho seeud-  yoar men, to whom tho tuck Ih rele-  l*iitod, perform tholr ofllco woll. Thn  "woriua" dwell not In the o-i go  proper; their babilHiion Ik at a tli������-  lanen of about LIO yards In cnlleee  HiouiulH, aud is known na Hie "J. g  Hi;,lit," biiAUHf U Hm/i *i ������������������';������: l,n.v  ������ prlvuto residence devoted t<i the  cure of Inebriates. Tlin "worniB" are  usually a hale and hourly crow whos*  bill for damn rob at tbo nnd of Choir  period of rfnldt'iu-.e In 'lie Jag 11 mme  jitnountf' to 'i-'Oiil iwo do liar* a man.  They break a lot of furniture In a  cheerful *uy.  Ilealdoi* tho "Trinity Unlvnmil) Jla-  ���������flflw," tho l.Herary Institute, tha  (Slee Club, and ibo various theological orgiinlriatlon**, which aro of lew  inn in*" nl, tbo htudi.iil un*-.** kiiiuia  hlmiol*. in lho eymiiBnlum or br  "fiSBdiu*-," In bin rooms, a pra. ihr fur.  the accommodation of -tliMi He  ptaward rum a miniature f-rorrryvhop  In ih-* baneiiient.- ?. M. Adaiua U  Toronto Si������r Waekly TTO, NEWS. CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .  .. -^���������A.'M..������JM~-^U7***.t������  SALE   OF,  -of- ...  Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains  Curtain Net, regular 60c now 45c per yd  Curtain   Net, regular 40c  ,'. .now 30c per yd  Curtain Muslin,   ispular   30c -'..now 20c per yd  f"'j!"tam Muslin,   regular  25c ..new 17c per yd   ",, ,  A sjood line oi' Lace Curtains in Kcni  and  White, rang*.  ' ������ .  in*.*; from .fi.oo to S5.00 per pair, at 1-3TCI off .  a  )      McPiiee IMoH:.. A. MoKINNON      Cumberland  Ti;.xi.-i*:!-iSj.  'r'JN;t>J-;!Vi  ii',.MN'.io iiililr-.'s^-il t-> T. II.  .Or.'V, ^cciTiarv   of   j-������-Ii������ioI    tni-"-  it'c.-*. ������iil li"  iveeiW.i   i:j) to-lime  fo'lowing  j^vtf'*'**--*^^^ ������������������'������������������W--***--'"*^^  MAROCCHI BROS ,'  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  . AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS  Agents for Pilsener brewing Coiv pimp's BRER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  .Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET I  Jfc^-Vrf-'""*---'-*!--**^^ '���������*-'V,'^s^->*-**^  -l  THE CANADIAN' BANK  MM-ERCE'  Silt EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General M'ina?,er JOHN' AIRD. Aas't General Manager  ' fl "Good��������� Bottle-'of Pilsener  .with your dinner makes you  eat better, sleep  better,   feel  better.  PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD.   .' .  also distributers for U.B.C ancl . Newlife Beers, Nanaimo  ior  ���������.iii'  I'lllKlMlg.  -JOih.   "101  ���������work :���������  l^iiiiitiiig oh  j"i'[)iiii.i,:i wi: id->*.-������������������ s0 :md putting  ,s-;ini',' wiiciv required, i'aiiititig  roi.111 two cout*^. Ijeiiver  nurdiiig Dell room,   and painting  1     t  ci;!ii.."!  'iiic  I'O  oor-  ������������������.v.)0(1 work oik'  ci.it.     .New  .ijig in two roiul)-* and oiiiiig sanit'..  Tenders will  hi-*   f.onsiiii red foi  or part of tiiu  bo\<j work,  completed   by  ' Contract** to'  /iiimiH loth. ���������  Lowest or iinv    tender   not ne-  .eessarily ncce.pted.'  , Kor   particulars  'apply   to any  ��������� 1 ember of ilio school boaid.  Thomas  li*. Carey,    ������ .  . Seoretary.  "Cuinberlaiid, B,   0.,   May 27th  .      SUM ME It SCHEDULE.  ���������  Tr.i-iis will arrivo ;>.t Cumber-  land frc.in Union .Bay at. 8..:30 on  ���������'���������'7u(���������:���������!.!ny, Tlnusday and Saturday  .'������������������ im in lit1.; ami will leave fur Union  Bay Wednesday ,,'ind Friday nt 7  i 1 tlui inmiiiiifj'. and on Saturday  ji'.o m tlio oveiiing. Tliero is no  ������������������li!in;i[i! in    Uio   S.   S.    Cowicliun  ,-i-lr'didt',  ilm Val-y pcnji'o ar.- Imppv���������lopying  (.:  <\)rs h v*. i-tnrtarl ud Hjui 1,  Tin', wil'e ul' tie Mull. Will-mi Teiiipleiiian diod - recently  ,-u Vi toriri. Sho Imd 'been ill  I'll- siinio tiiuo.  MEETING OF COUNCIL  The regular meeting of tlie  City Council was held on. Monday oveni'iicr, with tha Afayor and  all lhe aldermen.in their, places;  Accounts amounting toSM-S.OO,  were nceivid ar.d jiasfcd over to  tho I'Miauce Comniittee.  The Council f. l[y discussed the  Telephone Company's agreement  re the 11-eof its poles for _electric  light purposes. ' It was decided  to return the agreement unsigned,  as it was considered  too  binding.-  Tho new system of street JiVht-  , ft  ing was fn'ly gone into, .and it  was decided to send' s committee  to again into"view .Mr, Clinton in  the matter.    .  AJd. Maxwell moved, sec. by  Aid. Hanks, that a committee be  be appointed to go, tlioronglly into the Trades .License By-Law,  and lvport at next council nieet-  caaried.  Die So we r Re 111 a 1  11 v- T ,a w*_wji *  tf        ��������� *" ,_  read the lirst time.  ���������' The Cement Sidewalk By-Law  was -end the first and second time  ' I'efm* Anderssii asked for a  reduction of vent of City Halloas  he will in future havo to pay a  provincial tax of $300 a year, if  he continues in picture show by si  ness. The Council will consider  the matter later.  .  The Pm id By-Law, as it effects dogs, wus ordered .enforced  Aid, J'arnli-im moved, ��������� -600, by  Aid. Mitcholl, that. T. Ji. .Bute  be ordered to. have the yard in  rear of his etore cleaned up im-  mediately, as a precaution a {uiiiBt  tiro���������carried.  '.   Council adjourned,  nig  It will soon be time to get  j-ady for ihe first of .July colli-  I'lilt ioi;.  .'u'(ii-������ tOHim din'or v, iwiC nl minlldonco  1    t1 f.pnii 1 f 1 i-hiiic-(* mnn ai.d luoic 11'  I iii*l c hpi it. limn   any    oluir    nniiBo,  W" li-11 ti in "ii i 1 wa Ci 1 f n linii.n or  lmni.  i' ��������� 1 i-i/lo 1 go- mid a I i.cii   ami   linris  fv   \th-i (��������� l*r 111 full nf ho;t > mul   irulli-  . 1 i-iu 11' Uni |.rm 1 f*.(.:i o[ 1] ii p'tt������p, und  11 iri! tiy lit vf..ili \o  l.uilil  it  up,   ho  *ii   ������������������.nfhum   inil-uoil   wuh   Ho paino  . pint, t ini us a   Mtiilt,  lm   diiviH  down  ; 11 rn- ,>iiil i'i dh lo work   wiili   Uio  11111*0  ��������� \ ic I, Wli'on, liowovir ho pocH lo u  Mvn ��������� li ro 1 vi i.vor.o " iX|j|'o.������ii.,*i doubt  . il im iclii'tfi mi for tlio i'iiUiu pnupuri-  o\ f lit* pliiii, -iin'-int*- tipinu iilxuit and  liniii'liiiiK* in niniirnfii) ti .md Iiiih, l.o up*-  t'i  in 11IW ft-iIn ilu'i ia o:������ o'taa for i.������m,  1 ���������'���������! li'1 a ''"('o hlnii-ti-i "ii iI'miI iff IiIh  |ki* vti.iln In* pinU iiul  '.villi  nil, |ii-i-Hil;'t'  ��������� ,.i- (I l'ir Horj)������ > ll)f|- [il'ii i) Oinm''I|iioii'-  |\ Im ,ii)il iii'il(i' ji livo, iMitcrpri lii|; lO'.vn  1 i' ii' Ui- \ h'ii in wl.loli jo 1 livo  *i'in* > ���������*'11 r* wofkii u-r '"ytiiR n j-o il  .in 1. fur 1.1 savin** a ������(i "I 0 I )��������� fir j-inr  (><��������� win an.- non.m-i i-liin*,������nil lho moro  f ��������� fiiii.nul',  'vlit*-. Amiii-i lluytinui narived  luiiiu' In in Vmit'iutviif on Tuoh**  . i\ cveuiiiR.  .  ti. v. IL (', Vr oinnn and   fmiii'y loft for  V     hi vi on Tu Hi y >v o\ $  K v li h inov-'d llm "tin*, li in in-  1'  .i'.������.J in]-(V.ri* 10 C oitciay,  "-' Willivn I'.IU '. n a ho caw  >fo ' 'Hit preaefser, it eip'cM to ������r-  livi*   ITO  D ���������' '-'���������   fo   -v 'i   H  MA, $10,000,080    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  FOREIGN BUSINESS   ..'���������-.  This Bank offers unsurpassed facilities to those doing- business with  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of  Sterling and other Foreign exchange, drafts and- Cable Transfers,, and  for the financing of imports and-cxports of merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts' of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22  ' COMBEBXAND BUAWCH....'...... W. T. "WHITE, Manager  !fW.!!..llL..,,,..i!i!'l!!tn!!lli|];iM  I  -9'  a  'I.  Any pet son  or persons found   ������������������������������������<s*������  cutting timber on   my   property  on Roy' Road without   my . permission will be prossecuted.  WyWlTOHKLL.  ex!)ws������wxe:������y*:jw*c**x������  ������  LOST���������Dark chestuut mare  (colt,) missing since the last  week in January from Farmy..  Bay'I A reward of Sroo will be  paid for information given to  Geo. Stevens, Fanny 13-iy.  n������������������<H--������������w m m tm^mt^*t>^ m a* ^im ** ^ <  GO TO��������� ...  HUGE MITCHELL  I Wood    Wood 1  >)  ������  Wood  Now* is the time to place  your   order   for'   SLAB  woon,  ������2,50. . .per double loud  NOTICK.  Tii in is to notify tlio public,  tlmt A. Falkner, ofCuniberhincl,  II 0,, is an .authorized repve  si'iittitivc and local uuuiager foi  the li, C. Life Assurance Co.,  find any business transacted by  liim will be accepted by tlie  company.  Hay Andkkson-,  Provincial Manager,  C. H TARBELL     <  1  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil KITCHEN    UTBNSILS  Sportsmens Goods  HIlU  j General Hardware i  ^���������vvm*^������^w\*^vw^  4K03 Wood's Eho������pliodinflt  *W<f(*it!*t^fl rt,ii   (!������<.���������,    ���������.\,���������l(���������h     1},.mi.,tii  j[\&//  ������������������# Tiino������ondfnrl*-iiriiu*-*tliu wlml.  V   , . TT^i^-iftlri ok VoiiiH. lAir-ii AVi  J111 DMflu, MtnUtl ttntl Jlriiin M'orrti, /���������  floiuinnfth Ntfuql Irtottnthit. A'mistfont, ������;'���������  irMArrha'Jt.tnnl lift'rit* (i/.illiuat.oe Jtrrrtm  I'r poll litrbrtn. alxf trf-'',  Or* will|>l<niw.r,  will euro, Sold liy ull -iniiwUtH or niiUlml I  Pl"lu iikjr. on rnflolpl of iirlt'i-,  AV10 jum'Ui  wtihd rri-c.  Th������ W������*4d Modlcln*������ O-fl.  Tpwnto-,0****'  tarmtrlfi Wju'tqii  Mr nml Mrs. Uun I-Mm*", of  Ili'iJin, l������f: 011 Siitiirdny fnf 'J''co*.  inn.    \Vn>li..   mIh'I'i- ihey  ixppot  re* Mi*,  FOR  YOUR  1 Blacksmithi  ���������AND���������   '  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Cuinhei-hiii-1  I  NOTICK  Cumberland Electric ��������� Liyht  Go's office, hours, May 18th, 9  a. m. to 6'p. ni, also Tuesday;  Thursday aud Salurdny. Pay  all bills at office, corder Derweut  Avenue and First. St.- Ten per  cent discount allowed from 15th  to 25th. inclusive,  NOT 10 IS.  s*iy -.'nr" Land Diatriot,  l)i������ir'ot ot Sayward,.  TAKB NOI'N Ktlnt Uolon   Bull,   of  llerii)* Jhy, IJ. C.( intondfi <o  a'-i'ly   for  ponilfisioii t,u lonao tlio folio wind ilmor h-  0 I himl:���������Smnll inland in VundoIph'Crool'  liif"0)ii, on Corto/. Tuliiiul, ocmmonoini* nt  a iiont plunU'il on tlio BuitliweaLonninr nf  inlnnd,  lionoa f. Ilowinu tho fihom nortb-  i-rly iiroiind iho iHlnnil to point  0   com-  ni'iiici incnt,  cm tniiiini" GO  ai-ro-mn ro or  liim.  HKW5S BULL.  KiMil M/in.'h It, !0J-t,  @  From. Tho  Star,. Livery. Stables  SITU ATI ON. W AN TED -1}\  a young1 J-ipuiese,   in  -hotel   01  'stare-:���������Spea-k-s���������good Eng-lisli_,  ���������Apply Kobayashi   No. 1 ('amp.  FOR SALK C1IKAP��������� A fiVc  room cot tug.1, on Ponrith Avt'iino,  ���������Apply at Ideal Stort'.  PiK-.Uing  .E.OR S'AJ.K���������Nino  pigs at$3 each. Money must ao-  epinpany. the ordnr. I have, nlso  for sale, one hi-nod sow. and-eighl  sucking pigf, Apply lidl'ert Sol-  lun,   Hm-nhy   Island,  FOR SALE���������1.101180 and 10  acres of 'land on .RoV'ts Road,  close to tou'ii. .Tonus tflnO.OO  down, balaiico monthly. House  to rent. Apply P. O. , Hux JliCi  or this ollii-o.  WANTED���������Reliable agent to  handle ,,   Indian      motorcycles,  VVholosalc price given   on   ma  oliines to use  ns   cleinouslr.ilors,  if   puiclnisov    means   business..  Write,  Thos*  Plimley,   Vic*  tpt'ia Ii. C.  FOR SAli'K GMKAP���������UnbbiT  tirod cart, in good condition,  with extra "sof,,,of stool'-tirnd  whiu!;..    Apjily-1 In*, olliee,  The ''Booze" Has; Him-  Hs Cgn't Quit! .  ���������*IIn"iH|i ilnpp. a bufliiiOQannn, or i wiige-raninr,  with fniniiyilo'ii-niluiit upon lilm beiinvlngln liim, Thu  wml I it. iiii.--yinpit.lii lio, II jiiil-'CH by cxpi-rloncn, II  known him f >r nn hub tual iluiiiluird nml il.I>r,uiil*s bin  1 h boymiil h.ipo���������doniiiotl,   Hut thnt man a 11 qui*,���������  Yes, He  CAN Quit-and in  Three Days, Too !  Al'inho'lBm iB NOT a-lliuvmn, Th' diillin ilinirn���������.  uiH bun tod 1,0 ri ���������.���������vHtn n llmt, euro*, nnd ouin* pn inimni  tt.i, Nu (lrii("������, im liyiinilordi'riiiiu i .juutioiu-j i-,c um  I'Wi'lvitt /mu] iiriv-'wy rfilnl lin l������;i! nio.li- i������.,-. ]���������'(.),  ONLY TIH-JEK DAY**. TIm 11. it the mio U in 0 11.  1)1 t������������������, is nnt nn uf������ toiy to j) tion-i mill ll to iiiti'iTHt*  id in hi n, ovory mint piul in rufiiiifiuit vitlmnl iiucHtioi  or omiimniit,  This is NOT a Gold Cure -It ic*  The Only Real, Permanent Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Wail-  Write or Call'Now. Today.  H  I -The first  shipment of. our spring stock, of  I '' , ' Shoes have arrived in  I       Men's Tan and Black Button  I        Ladies' 'Tan, GmrMetal, and  I ���������- Navy Blue Suede ins  j Lace and Button  I Watch for our Sale of Odds and Ends after  I ; Stock-Taking1 *  %  'THE "IDEAL" STORE . ; Noxt toT:u-hoiis.   |  I   :    McRae, Acton, Hayman     c  I  1 ��������� . -        ��������������������������� *   .    ���������      '-'.������������������-'" i  !!!lli!i]!ll!:ili!:i!i!!IOIII!l]l!!n  ^\M!lllll!!li!i!!l!illlKIII!ll|ll'l!:illllllllllllllllll!llll!lillll!illlll!llii;illi:!II!lli;:i;ilili;^  ���������������'  " ���������   't ...*'������������������ *e  i"Capit.--iPairtUp$ll,0ed,6o'O."- x Reserve $13,000,000  1  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   11  1 DHAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY    CURllKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL. 1  I ���������    OVER   THE'   WORLD. |  J PPKCIAL ATTENTION paid to SAYINGS ACCOUNTS it interest |  1 ,'nt hitriiept Current Rates uUnwed on lie-iOE-its of $1 and upwnrds. h ,,  1 '   " '" ' . --. ���������   ������������������'*      -   . ,*':.   - ��������� . h  ���������3 OUMBERLANI"), B. C , Branch, Open Daily      D   M, Morrison, Mgr. |  I UNION PAY, B.C, Branch, Oi:en rni'.y.      F, Ectwoilh, Mgr, | '  I roTJRTENAY,   3, C , Branch,  Open Doily R. H.'Haidwicl:,  IVT-jr |  ^.7l:ltlllllllillll!lltlllHIII!illllllllilllllltllllllllllllitlltlll!:iltlll!llllllllllllltlllllllll!lilllllllllllli:illlllllllllllllilllll!lllill  I  r#V v*rawm*iw>*JKia*auvrttW''*i*vtmiEi  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  , CONVEYANCING  I  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  f  ���������U^MII^I  I MIMII   I II  V. BOHO^fl-=  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE 39....  CUMBERLAND  ���������of'British Columbia, Ltd,  TIIK S, H. COWll.'ll l.N    ii ILL SAIL  AS UM>l'.il  Comox ���������Union May - Nanaimo���������Vancouvkh���������Uoutk  Leaves Comox, vStnulay, 4 p. 111 .Tuesday r 1 p, ni-  Leaves Union Hay, Snn-riny, ������; p. hi. ., .Tucwlny, 13 o'clock, noon  l?or Dcimmn Islnnrl, Nmi.'iiino nnd Vnucouvcr.-  RKTUKNJNG���������Leaves Vaiicuuver, Suturdny nud Monday, 8 \*m  I'or Nnnaimo, Union Hay nud Comox,  ^ulijt'Ct to clinnyf without tio'ice


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