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The Cumberland News Jun 30, 1914

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Array ��������� * ,/      . j^   ���������*��������� '"  t: ''  ���������*  ��������������� y-  f - -V  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Twenty First Year  CUMBERLAND"; B,CM WEDNESDAY, JUKE SO.'ic-H  =30*.*-  SunscR.ii-TiON $1.00 a Year-  @3^3e&33^3SeS53s^^  idg/ap  ERE is an opportunity right ������at  the beginniiig* 0f the' season"-to  save money. -*  For a few days we will offer  our entire Millinery Stock at "a discount of 25c off every dollar  ii  To  Chance    Not  Be .. Missed  A DOLLAR  SAVED IS A  " , - a      .......  dollar; earned  Ij as5fQ3������?:������s^sg������  in  &.. Company, Limited,  MEETING OF COUNCIL  Cr  ��������� v 'J lie City Council met in. reg-  ulaj session on P/fouday- evening,  there being present Aldermen  P rnlsam, MacDonakf, Maxwell,  Miller and the Mayor.  Minutes of previous "meeting  were read and adopted.  .Communication was received  . from The Ladies of. the Maccabees.of the World, asking per  mi.ssioii to elect a baud stand iu  the City park. It was moved by  Aid- Parnliam, sec by Aid. McDonald that-rcquest be granted���������  cani.'d,  .  ��������� Communication was received  from ilie Superintendent ofKd  ucatiou statin}-; 'tliat he would  be here iu Septcmbea. aud  would go thoroughly into school  matsrs, and will look into the  b nks of the School Hoard aud  Corporation, lor the purpose of  arriving nt a correct estimate of  the city's financial position.  The Clerk pioduced a statement a.lowing cost of schools for  hai \ ear, nnd amount of school  rate for year to be -^1578.99, .and  that the amo.iut had beeu ex  c eded by 8164.56. Aid. Mc  Donald moved, sec by Aid. Purn  ham that the Clerk forward copy  o;" statement to." the Department,  iiiut state thnt the city   has   not  lite flnuncts to provide for   fur*"  ii        1   ��������� ,   ���������   -  iiit-i .**>.iiaiica ���������1'uuieu.  Aceuunc_:~A. K, Kirstcad,  #7'5������i Telephone Co., 1.00;  Islander, 31.25.  The committee on evt������-iminn  of city liuiitd, wnoitc^ interview  with Me-JiN Lockard and Clinton, wlio were favorable to extension, and that the matter was  before die director.-* of the Colliery Company.  The Council decided to pur-  chase a copy of lhe Cijininal  Cod*, ot Canada.  t CUM.U ;ulji>:n..v������,l.  -Dr. D. K. Ken;, dentist, 'will  be in Cumberland July 15 to 25  Appointments may be   made before arrival   at, Peacey's   Drug  Store. ,  LOST-���������-On Wednesday,  June  17th. a silver Maltese Cross, init  ialcd I.-H, N. on tlie front,with  pm ou back.    Finder will please  return same to News Office.  Mr.,Sharp 0f  the  well-known  firm of'brokers, whose head quarters and ollieer. uro situate at'Spo-  kane, "Washington, 'paid  a   business   visit   to   Cumberland-  last  week that he might personally ex-  plain and givo full information in  refereneo to a  eompany the linn  is forming to open up and develop between two and three thoiis-  and acres of  oil lands  they  liii've  secured in tho Alberta oil fields.'"'  Several members  who  hnd   al  ready" joined their syndicate, with  others of whom tho editor of Tin*.  Ntcws was one, received an invita,  tion to.meet him, to wlioin he explained their mode  of openuion  and probabilities of success.  rl he  firm  decided   to    issue a  thousand syndicate shares of ������100  each,'the greater  part of   which,  lias already  beer,   subscribed   for,  and   when all   sold   the proceeds*  ���������will bo   used   to  pay   for the. oil  lands  secured,   which   wjll.be nt  once turned over to the* Company  toJie formed, who will thus   start,  with a   clear title and not a   cent  ���������of indebtedness,  and   will at once  make a start by letting a contract  to drill for oil."   They  expect; Jo  commence  drilling within "thirty  days-and-will. push operations as  quickly as possible.    Each.syndicate share will   be exchanged  for  ,050.shares of the common., stock  at 50c. par value,   no assessment,  the - cost of the 050 shares to   the  syndicate  10c. ench.  lolders works ' out   at  The Hillcrest ���������  Explosion.  Tlie terrible mining explosion  at Hillcrest has swept nearly two  hundred workers   into   eternity,  and has   greatly   increased   the  feeling of insecurity which many  hoped was passing away   before  the ever-advancing tide ot scientific  discoverv    and     stringent  legislation.    That   such   catastrophes occur in the Old   Country, where human lifers -valued  at its highest, and.  where   both  egislatiou   aud    administration  are far stricter than iu any other  part of the world,   goes   far   to  prove how dillicult, if not impossible, it is to eliminate   Ihe   element of danger.'froiii   the "perilous * undertaking    of    mining.  It would be premature' even   to  sugge-if the cause of the Hillcrest  explosion.    There is little doubt  that it will be  levealed   by   the  investigation which   will shortly  be held, but the  Week wishes to  inakn a protest against   iumpino-  .'i'">.    ' ,  to.conclusions and   especially a  gainst the action of the press, no  doubt prompted by special dispatches, in determining beforehand that ''it must have been a  gas explosion because the mine  was free from dust'."- -No Coal  mine is. free from dust, and ho  coal mine contains so little dust  that- lhe<* latter'may. not become  aqtw--.-  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  ���������*���������* >  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  '���������'''���������"''ww^^  the agent*-in initiating or -carry ing .on nn   explosion.    It lias  Mr. Sharp-fwholias just retu-ii^-beeu demonstrated, alas only too  .WANTED-Toreut or buy,  a good second-hand sewing machine. Apply at this office  The session of Grand Grove of  United Ancient Order of Druids  of British Colmbin, was held on  June 26, 1914, at L������dysmith, and  the following olllcer_ were elected:  N. G. A., John Anu^troug, D,  G. A., Joseph Aspesi; Grand  Secy., Chas, II, Ivubrycht;  Grand Treas., T. W. Tames; G.  Marshal, T. TapellujG. Herald,  l\ Pirosessini; G. (linrcliau, G.  Bertoldi.  The Cumberland firove of Dm  ids is well repre.--c.nied in the  Grand Grove,  Mis. W. It. Theal, of Chilli-  wack, airivtd iu town on Saturday night on a visit to her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. J. Wier.  ������������������������������������������ -���������.���������.  Messrs W.   Hnvinan   and   J.  A������ton, caught   thirty-five   trout  in the Courtenay liver on Sun  day nltcruoou, ranging from one  .,,,.1   .,   1...1T .   .   .1. ..I 1      I,"  -,*,.,.    ,.*.   ..,.������������������.    ....    ^Hi,^^       .J.....*. 14 ll*),*.'..  pounds each in weigh;. This is  uo fish yarn-���������they pioduced the  goods.         <*������   A big crowd went to Union  lUy by train on WVdiit-.Mhiy  inouiiitg to celebrate Dominion  Day, also a. goodly number look  iu the Powell Kimex.'.i.s.o-i,     I  I  ed frpni-lookiu   over the'oilfields,  had with  hiin   blue prints of it.  whicli   showed that, part of   their  holdings wero  within four  mile*-**  ,ol the pingmnii. well;    which' i.-  producing*  oil-- of.  the     highest  griulo, of  whicli ho. had a sample-  also samples   of the gasoline   and  coal   oil,  also   the   residue,   the.  thick   oil, the analysis  bIiows   a  loss- of   only 2 per cent, of   tho  whole.   The DingT.au shires aro  .quoted nt from ������85 to SUO: orhdn-  ally wero bought at* 51.;   part   (if-  then* holdings aro within   a   milo  of the Monarch, the   second will  to produce oil/and two other com  pnuies are  commencing   to   bore  one on either side within   a   milo  of it.  Mr. Irvine, Mr. Sharp's purt������  tier, is on tho ground and has opened nn olliee there, and is person  ally biiporintonding operation*; ho  spent a week looking into condi.  tions and getting expert opinion  before piirelmsinir, Inking every  possible precaution to., secure tho  best results,  Whilo'disliiictly stating thnt  ihey could not assure us tlint  they would find oil, Mr. Sharp  whi Id saying that nil oil prospects  were mure or less n gamble, snid  it wns one they felt quite justified-  in recommending and guaranteed  that if oil was thero thny would  certainly find if, ni,*d that their  filuiri'holderrt should have a  straight run for Ihoir money; iir  to their standing financially,   they  .''   1   I M I . .  ���������ItJ.H-l   ll'il'i   jiiM<iiil-   IO     |j,ci    iiiiil ll  ger of iho iioyd iJ.uik, Cumfici -  hind branch. Whilst Tur: Ni-avs  does not till**'' buck one word of  ibo gHiii'ral wnrniii'i in its ln--t. i^.  sue, that its'readers should c,mi '.  ciso every cure hefure investing, it  feels that the Sharp uud Irvine  venture will bo hoite.-tly curried  'int to the best ������,f the funi'.-. nl.ili  ty. Mr. Irvine J.'f������. tlie l-!:i>  print.-, uitli Mr. Jo.-, ph .Sim-.v. niu.  will be phnM'.l to r-luvtV tliein a:i\  ������������������veiioijT t.,  atiyutif feeling   ii.l.i-  often, that the- -most- terrible  explosions, can* occur without  the presence of gas, and an-at-1  tilude'of mind which excludes  this possibility from the start  is neither scientific uor can it  be justified by the, experience  of those who have had most to  do witli mine explosions. The  rcas.on.why the press is.* urged  to adopt this line is obvious to  the-initiated, but it is none the  less to be depreciated, aud since  the truth is bound to be. uu  earthed in the end,' it is tlie.  pint of wisdom, to say nothing  ot fairness, to withohl jndg**  meut.��������� The Week.  !___��������� I ���������_-____���������- -Q- -   - 1 .   I    j   _  IUKT1I���������At .Oiiiiiberlniid on  Juno 20ih, to tiie wife of Mr,  William Coe, a daughter,  In Hot Weather  KEEP  COOL  o ���������  Sec our Ladies' Parasols in a  variety of colors-and choice qua!-.  ity."   Prices $-100,   H06. *5.50  Children's Parasols  at Si.00  Summer  Beverages���������1  Stowei's Lime Juifc Cordial,  quasi bottles���������this is the sweetened preparation���������15c.  Stower's    Unsweetened     Limo ���������  Juice, quarts���������45c.  ���������'Golumbia .Prand   Lime Juice,-,  _ quarts���������ii()e.  Knsplierry 'Vinegar, pints���������50c  Welch's Grape. Juice, pts_4()e.  Weleh's (.Jrape Juiee, qts ���������75c. '  ,' Na-'ol and I'.ig Wheel Lemonade in  tins*���������25e.'  i 'en-nan "feberbut���������'SooT  Seasonabte -Fruits  Always in Stock;  MACFARLANE BROS.,   LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUM-BERLAND  Phone  IO  P. O. Box ioo  Mr. Spears, late of the Royal'  Hank slnfi, left by Friday's boat  eu .route for Scotland,.  Mrs. IL Shepherd, who has  been visiting friends here, ie-  turned on Friday to her home  iu Nanaimo.  Sunday was quite a picnic  <*-i.y. j'l-'King bv the mimU-r of  loaded conveyances that went  out of town.  "������������������-a m-Mi _i  Ottawa, June 29,���������The complete returns of today's provincial elections throughout Omar  ���������io resulted as follows:  Conservatives s*i  Liberals ?/>  Independent..".    2  Only one cabinet minister was  defeated, viz, Uon.J.'O. Keaunc  iu Windsor. Premier Whitney's nuijoiily was reduced bv  500, aud N. \i. Rowel!, leader of  lie Opposition, was but barely  eleeted with only i)(j votes to  spare,  The Couscrvii-ives have not  lost their grip on Oulatio just  \el; but watch our '���������.smoke1' al  the next Dominion election,  SI'UCIALNOTIOK.  The service at the Methodist  church next .Sunday luominj--  will be spcciallv for tlu* children. It will be conducted by  the pastor, In ii,c. evening it  is expected that the Rev. S. S.  Os'eihout, Ph. I)., recently jms-  tor of Cential Church, Vaiieuu-  ver, will pn-aeb..  Mi  ss  Veston,   who ha������  cliaige. o  A,  the Chtisiian woiic  iinioug Oriental women, will be  iu town this week iu connection  with her work.  I he rem,liu:! of the late J'is.  I loss were tu-cen 10 N.iuaimo on  Friday for interment,  _������ IPS1"' *������������������  Vi/e Are Just As  ��������� * 1   Par-tieuis-r   .  .  .  "' nial-ii.;.* lhe |.*irir of Camp-  bell'.- Cl'-thin..' lh.it \<'ii do  not ,-ec     :i������ ui- aie   in   limUru  ��������� thus viMi-.lii.  I lin!'.-* the rea������ou w |iy  .���������ompbel!'***    Clothing  Stands All   Kinds cf  Hard Wear, booking Well ot the end o? it. f  Suiis Hade to  Measuro  a   a   t   t  CAMPBELLS  ���������������  mvMta^mtmtvt^^^mt^ <-.(MI Ttgtl i****ilx*-*&vai������.i6t*rKt  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  The Wretchedness  of Constipationx;v  Can quickly be overcome'by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER  Purely v  ���������act surel;  penlly on t'  liver, Curs  BiliousnMii,  I Uud-  ������che,  Dim.  scss, and Indigestion.    They do tlieir duly.  Small Pill, Small Do*e, Small Price.  Genuine muabcar Signature  slops whilst thi.s  lirugross. llelil.-.-i'  )ii llu*   pavement  lor   ihe   confer-  much   for  ������������������ot Miss Mai>le." In: said drily. "She j  was  a   Noun*,*;   laity,   who,  o.icc  seen,  is not easily forgot ton. and 1 saw hor  when lior undo made his luyRlc'iiyu.-"  illsappoaiirnc'-:." '   ,.  They swod on tlio  conversation was in  paced io ami fro <  wait in,-' ijiipaiiciuJy  ence to end.  "Thank you Very much for your  kindness," replied ihe reporter, turn*  ins wiih (.lold lo dO'-eond the steps,  when an exclamation from Holder .arrested him. -. .     *  Mo was sfarins past Uiem in the direct inn of Ihe drawing room window.  "Look!"  he  whispered.  ���������Gold  followed  tlio direction 'of his  eyes,   and   was   struck    dumb,    "-villi  amazement.  For thore, standin*; in  (ho window,  a   tense  horrified,  expression   on hor  faco, was Verity t'oiiislocl". l'jell, who  int  morning h:.d been Verity Maple.1'  Sho was staring* into Ilii"street; tlie  lislil. *of tho sired, lam|) revealed her  hajwird face; the downdrawn mouth,  llie eyes staring as thouyh at some-  tiling they conk*, not see, her brows  L'rowninj*,, such a frown as those who  are suddeflly confronted with terrible  trouble wear. ,  h\n- a. moment she stood thus; ihen  her eyes'uirned in the direction of  the three men, and she stepped hack  into the darkness.  APPLES   CAN    BE  Dominion  Horticulturist Says  Will Produce Variety  GROWN  Prsirlss  bo I  leve  Ii  the  shadow    was    a  just  for  arrived, for  .he    electric  lie  the  (Continued)  .In the half-, darkness Udder's face  went red.  "That is an absurd suggestion,1' ho  eaid.  They wore in Cndogan Square now,  und as thoy approached Comstock  Hell's' house Gold look the envelope  from his pocket.  '"I"want to slip this into Ihe letterbox," he said. "It is an instruction for  Hell's servants."  They came fo the house. It was an  old fashioned building, and had been  built at a period when a housewife  deemed no house satisfactory" whicli  did not allow her from her drawing  room window to obtain a very full  view of the steps which'led from the  -street to the front door.  "There* is somebody waiting on  B'teps."  said  Helder suddenly.  Gold looked up.  Standing   in   tlie  young man.    -  He had  evidently  he was  searching  push.  "Is (hat Comstock Bell?'' he said.  Gold laughed quietly.  "No. Mr. Comstock Bell is out of  town."  ��������� "Arc you  a friend  of Mr. Bell's?"  -ftsked���������tha���������sti-auge-!'��������� _____  . "I don't know, why���������" began Gold.  The young man produced a card.  ���������   "My name is Jackson; I am a representative of  the Post-Journal,"  he  said.   "We have got information that  he was married today."  ��������� "A reporter, eh?"  Gold  slipped the envelope  he had  brought into tiie letter-box before l.e  offered any further comment.  "Yes," he said good-humourcdly, "I  can tell you a-J much as I think Mr.  Boll would liko you 'to know, lie was  married today and left for Paris this  morning."  "Would you be good enough to tell  mc ,llie lady's name; it. is raUier-im-  ���������portant, isn't, it?" lie smiled. "You  f-eo our public is enormously interested in miillor'aircs . and thi Ij*  ��������� brides,"  Gold hesitated. After all, bo  thought, thoro was no reason why  the press should not know--anything,  lliey coiild easily find out if..lie refused the information,  "lie was married to Miss Verity  Maple," he said.   ���������  The report cr whistled.  ".Not. die, niece of tho man who--*-?''  ('old  ,iodd ed.  "Y,on can forget thnt par', of it, my  sou," lie said. *  Thn journalist, placed his notebook  Jn his pocket,  "I have loo good a, memory to for-  Blemishes  By Using  Cuticura Soap  and Ointment  They do so much (o promote and  maintain flhc purity and beauty of  the complexion, limuU nnd hair under all conditions, antl arc unexcelled  in pnrilv, delicacy and frajjrancc for  the toilet and nursery.  \'rtil\fMtPr.������eatiooMwfu\ i-< :.'.: i!.n;'.i>.i';l  SXtt" &.'���������������. %��������������������������� u��������� ** ������������������ -���������"������������������  Cll.M'TlOR XII.  The   Passing  of  Willetts  "Did you see?" gasped Holder,  seemed unnecessarily alarmed by  apparition.  , Gold felt his breath come quicker  and a cold-sweat break, upon his body.  There was something uncanny in the  momentary appearance of n woman  who was, by his calculations; throe  hundred miles away- from London,* and  between whom and himself "the sea  stretched.  lie stood irresolutely at the foot of  the steps, made a movement as if to  go up and stopped himself. 11 was  no'business of his, though the girl's  evident t rouble''was sufficient excuse.  Then he remembered lhe reporter.  Jackson had been a silent witness  of all that bad passed.  Gold saw his eyes blazing with**excitement. No hound scenting a fresh  trail "is comparable with the reporter  who finds tbe thread of a big story. Jt  was out .of liis hands "now, thought  Gold.  ��������� Hejaid his hand on tho journalist's  arm.  "Mr. Jackson," he said, "this is a  matter which should go no further.  Mr. Comstock Bell is a(i friend of mine,  and this sudden appearance of his  wife can. I have no doubt, Jie easily  explianed."  "I'm sure it can," said the other,  politely.  He looked at his watch, and Cold's  heart sank.   .  You may bribe, most unlikely ,people, even in. incorruptible * London;  TOtRrtff}^'fiti!^y^tli^policE!==arlitrlc7  obtain favors in unexpected quarters  if'you act discrotly; but' no.whoro iu  tiio English-speaking world, whether  it bo*Mn*-Nelson. B.C., New York, Johannesburg, can you buy tho silence of  an enthusiastic reporter who lias his  nose on S big story.  Oold tried a new line.  "Mr. Coin-stock Boll," ho said impressively, "is a very rich man and il-  thoug'n the, circumstances 'of tonight  are remarkable," they aro, as I have  said, open id explanation. J cim only  warn you on his behalf ho is sure fo  tako action .against any poison or  newspaper whicli suggests anything  to his discredit." ,   *  "J',ii am sure he would," said the  reporter again, moro politely than  ever, and a trlllo verbose; "you may  bo sure that: I shall write what 1 have  to write, in that, spirit of genial interrogation wliich is the'peculiar characteristic of my paper."  With.a curl nod ho loft,  knew thai, it was hopeless  to stem any comment in  tion.  Uo stood watching lho reportec till  ho was out or sight: tnc-n ho led* tlui  way along the square, a slioiu Holder  at his side.  lie snid nothing*, there was nothing  to sny. lie did rot spoak for ten minutes.  "What docs II, moan?" nuked Holder excitedly. "Tliero is fiomoihing  behind 'this. T.tcll you thoro is foul  play somewhere. * I know Coinstock  Bell���������bo's capable of anything; I'm  going to find out."  Oold caught hi? arm as  away.  "Wil oro a ro you goin  ed aiilliorU'illvol}*,  "I'm going to the pollen."  'You   mny  imvo  your  trouble."  ho  wild oiii'tly.    "J have a slight knowledge of joiirnnllMii, .ind  tho police  will hnvo all ilio incentive tlioy want.  And, after nil," ho added drily, "why  should   ymi   give  thu  jiross  a   story  which  would ocllpso entirely tlio re-  iippoaiii'iiro of Mrn. ConiHloelc  llell?"  Ho Hpolij  Hlftiillloiintly;   f.horu was  no inlHtiikliig tho underlying inomioo  of bin wordii.  "I don't know what you mean," tho  other mild hniiwly.  "You'" final out one of these days,  Holder," mi id tlio other. "JiOt Com-  t'tnek lloll work out his own milvation,  and do you woric out youruV"  "Whnt do you mo*iii?" ioAwA Ibo  othor again.  "l.)o you vork out. yours?" repealed  Gold, inn) nodded liis bond nt ovory  word.  Holder lowt-rn.l Ills fuoo lill It wan  on n Jo vol with lho other's, and It  'i..i;'i '.a-'. ;. \'l'";."n'h f'.'i'n in \ooV upon  "Hold," lie Willi between IiIh lootli,  "they tell nio you're- u ilciociiu', n  i-nivt of KcnUf'iwiiily H|iy, and Hint your  duty Ib <o dlrrovnr thlngu in plaooH  whoro mon of your kidney nro not un-  iinlly admitted, Hut If you miy u word  -..j.ii-ii.ii.. in im- roiiuliulott. I'll hn,vt*i  jiciii hounded out of ovory olul) in  London. Oo you uiidorHlnnd tlint?"  Cold bundled.  (To bo Continue*";)  I ai lucre are groat openings on tiio prairies for nir.rket gar-  jdciiing in supplying 'the cities* and  Ismail town'* with vegetables. The Ait-  lllciiliy is lhat liioso who aro iiuore'st-  | ed iu-iiiat line havo largely gono'to  ioihi.-r pro im-e;*, but. (he need is -just  his grc. t in ibis province for fresh  I vegetables, which can bo grown just  fas well here as any who re eh,c In the  ��������� Dominion." ' ��������� *  I This is the opinion of AV. T. Ma-  Icoun, Dominion horticulturist, wlio  'lias been visiting tho western experi-  j mental farms, and is staying at the  iKoyai Alexandra. Mr. Macoun look  Iii into an optimistic view of conditions  jas to horticulture , throughout the  west. "When asked about fruit-growing un the prnir'os,' and the oft-expressed view ihat .tree fruit cannot ba  grown on tbe prairies,' Mr. Macoun  said tliat ihe fact that oral) app!*s  could bo grown so successfully was  proof to him that.'appjos could be  grown, if-tlioy were properly cultivated, ln his tour of the west, Mr.  Macoun found that, fruit trees bud  gone through '.he winter better than  usual. Prospects wore getting better  all the time, and before very iong they  would havo rival varieties of apples  from the prairie provinces. lie  thought that tho trouble had boon-  that there had been so few interested  in fruit trees. The people often did  not seem io have horticultural instincts. The Dominion hbrtii-lttirist  mentioned the fact (hat A. It. Stevenson, of Mordon, raised large quantities of app'es, which showed that thoy  could be grown. -  Mr. Macoun has visited tlia farms at.  Indian Head, Scott,' llostbern, Brandon, Agnssla'/., and Sidney, B.C., on his  present trip. Ilo bold that* Southern  Manitoba and Southern Alberta wero  the best prairie sections in promise  for fruit trees. At the Lethbridge experimental farm tlioy had quite a good  crop of apples last year, and seemed  likely to have one again this year.  Mr. Macoun has boon 2G years at  tlio Ottawa experimental farm, and at  tbe farm has 90 acers of land devoted  to horticulture, tbo work being oub-  divided into sections given to experiments in vegetables, fruit, ornamental  plants and plant breeding.���������Free  Press. ,  wounds ana sores  will be surprised how quickly  it stops the. smartfng*  and  brings case. ���������" It covers  the  wound with a layer of protective balm, kills sill poiion  getms siltendy In the "woond, and.  prevents oiben entering.   Its rich  he a ling herbal eueuces (kta ba'lA"  up (rpm Ihe bottom, frcih tinsutj ,  nnd io a -wocdetfuHy short that  the wound bfceafedl  Zam HuVs pr^iuUrity ie Kind en merit*.  IniiUiicminevtrwwk cure* B9ttire������iid  Bd the real thlnff. "Zwn-BuV" li j-rlnled  oa every picket, ot tho genuine, Ealuto  &I1 oilier*, COc nil driifCf-iet-i tod ttottt ot  Z-iin-llnJc Co., Toronto,  Why Alpine Climbers go to Pieces  ��������� M.,Ynllot and M. tt.tveaux have  presented to tho Academic dos  Sciences an interes'iluy. 'communication concerning tho -relations* of  muscular Jtiuidey They make iiso  of a squirrel confined in a rotary  case and wero'able to determine that  the animal at ilie sea level mads  6,700- turn.'.* of the whe,el a day. Aftor this fact ha;: boon established by  repeated- observations ' the -animal  was taken in his case to the-summit of-Mont. Blanc, at which'altitude  it made only -5>00-.turns'-a day. When  brought down to tiie plain it made 5,-  000.  This experiment; clearly shows that  i'\o" folt on muscular work hy  Alpinists is'not solely due to the exertions or climbing, even' though ihey  iake a considerable part in it. As a  niatter'oC fact they say that Paris correspondent of tho 'Lancet'' in coni-  nit-nUiiR on the facts, the, person ov  animal transported without faiigno to  the summit ilnds himself in a. medium  in wliich iho diminution of oxygen aro  sufficient to diminish muscular" ou-  ci'sy.  Similar   observations    have  made on ibo nn-ii, horse-;** ami  which work in the cordillcras -oF tho  Andes.  been  nuitcs,  SB  Ginfet9  &Vt  im.  follow tWuse.of  Unless worms be expelled  system',  no .child    cau  Mother. Graves"  Worm  is   the   best  medicino  slroy worms.  from tho  be'   healthy,  Exterminator  extant  to   de  horn. Gold  to at to npt  direo  tha  Mr. Churchill on Air Risks  Tbe Right lion. Winston Churchill,  lirst lord  of, the  admiralty, was  the  guest of the Ttoyal Aero club at their  annual dinne*.' held a fow nights ago  at-the Savoy hotel, London.    In the  course  of  his  speech,   Mr.   Churchill  said;    "Tho   risk of Hying   is    vory  greatly  exaggerated.    Sinco   1    have  been   at   the* admiralty   many   more  lives have been lost in the submarines  than in tho air service. Though there  is an clement of risk in'flying it is  not undue or excessive..  ���������W^iU_vJidlUng^is^Diuif__Qy___Q___.  hopefully���������of  flying  the -Adamic  as  people  tallied  four years ago  of flying the channel.    I am bound fo say  1 think an attempt to ,ily the Atlantic  is   in   present,  circumstances   premature,  and  an undue element of risk  appears to  he attached to any such  enterprise; but the progress has been  enormous; and we cannot doubt, that  in the near future we shall see heavy  aeroplanes and. great airships making  voyages as a   matter of common  experience which  nowadays wo  should  look   upon  as   a  most   extraordinary  {iceoniplisliinonf.  This new art* and science of (lying  ,is oue in wliich Great. Britain ought  to bo ablo Lo Know itself���������I do not  say supremo in numbers, hut  supremo in quality. Tt affords a fairer field i'or tbo emulation of youth  than many of the.games which  up our IiitoriiiiiJoi'iiil , contests,  centuries people havo ' talked  dreamed about_ Hying. And  Hying is n comnionplaoo ovem:  is a great fact,* lt enlarges lho  of human activity, it, must  fut'uro exert ;  tlio habits of  Tommy was playing in the garden,  when bo happened to notice that next  door's blinds wore "drawn down.  ".Mother," ho asked, "why arc thoso  blinds drawn ,down?"  "Only to 1-e.ep tlie sun out," said  site.  Two days later bis mother informed  him that their neighbor had got a son.  After thinking deeply-for a few minutes. Tommy said:.  "Seems to me, moti)f>," it wasn't  verv much good keeping the blinds  down."���������Tit-Bits.  A big raw-toned youth in the Carolina mountains wont to see a young  woman of his acr'uaiiitanee. In hb  hashfiilness lie .sat in silence; but, as  if it were his only moans of expio's-  sion, he twirled his thumbs ono about  ilu other iu never ending circles.   ,  Ai, length tho giiTiniiuired:. "Do you  always do that when, you go ivcall-  in-/?" '��������� *  ���������������  "No," drawled the youth; "sometimes 1" (twirling his thumbs iir the  reverse-* direction)   "do It this  wa/,"  A Mild Pill for Delicate Women���������  The most delicato woman-can undergo a courso of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills without four of unpleasant consequences, ''.'heir action, while wholly effective, Is mi id and agreeable.  No violent, pains-or pur'gings follow  their use, as 'thousands of women -who  have'used tliem can testify. They are,  therefore, strongly vocoinmend to  women, who r*ie ni:-ro prone to.disorder:* of. the digestive organs than  men.*  9  25 nnd 60c. at all Druggists,  arid stores. Take, Abbey V|tj| Tableti  for sick nerves.        ,-.*-" :'.-'  Going to Sleep a-Complex Operation  Sleep begins in its ilrst phase by a  stato of distraction, which brings on  states of absent, niindcdiicss, accompanied always by numerous and separate hallucinations, closely connected  with the length of tho absent minded  states. Immediately afterwards, in a  second phase, theso states of distraction pass into a.vory delicate motor  disturbance, duo to the ahsenco or  parallelism in tho axis of tho eyes, or  by' the deviation of their conjugate  movements, says the "Family,. Doctor."  Finally, in a, third-and final phase,  which indicates the vory near approach of actual sleep, the vasamotor  system seems to conform to laws vory  different from those that regulate, its'*  mechanism, "during waking hours.���������  London Globe. -|  Piles .Cured  In  Druggists    refund .  OINTMENT   fails   to  Blind,  Bleeding or  Protruding Piles.  Firijt application gives relief, 50e.  6��������� to  14   Days  money   if -PAZO  cure   ltchii.g,  "My  husband .sees pink  elephants  when" ho- drinks."   ,  ���������   "Mine lias a -worse delusion    than  that. i> Ho sees green dogs." It's"���������(jory;  exnrnsivo, too."  "How's that?"  "Why, '  he goes and buys licenses  for 'em."  "How   doea   Mrs.   Fusser   like   her  new machine?'"  "She is perfectly satisfied."-    . "  woman."',  "I'd like to meet her right away."  "I never saw a perfectly 'satisfied  "Why?" ..'*        ,   --  ho turned  lie demand-  mako  For  and  now  That  scope  in   the  i. potent intlneiico upon  ..men    and tho military  Tu order to keep a steady, .experienced population on (he 'land, tlie  Emperor cf Germany has'worked out  a scheme for the"������insurance of his  agricultural workers. Each worker is  insured for ������250 witli tho state insurance department. The premium,  except a irilling; portion, is paid by  the kaiser. Tho amount of tlio policy  it payable to the heirs in tlio event  of death, or to the worker,  as soon as lie reaches an  twoou fif) and Gii, depcndiiif;  timo when hr entered into  mont on tho estate.  Power, of Mammon  Crawford-^is ho really so rich? .  Crabshaw���������There's no doubt of it,  When lie sued his. wife for 'divorce  the papers in the case wore withheld  from public scrutiny, and - when  there was a suicide in.the family the  coroner?" office decided it was au  accidci't.  I It You Have Two or More Cows  T*������o a Standard  Cream Separator.  You will eet $16  moro profit from  each ,COW every,  year. Guaranteed  to skim closer  ami do better  ���������work tlmn any  other ��������� Separator.  Soltt on terms  that lt pays for  itself. Wrlto for  - a, booklet containing Government leports.  The Renfrew Machinery Co.,   Limited,  Saskatoon  , Calgary  -VI-���������*r~-*-  It Puts You in Good Soirits  l-.imse.lf  age   beon  the  employ-  At tbe  Restaurant  Howard���������Do you** think two's company, and throe's a crowd?  Coward���������Yes; and especially when  a half portion is being served..  nnd  her.la  ao cunts-  qxilckly Dtopn couchs.  tlio Ihrost and luncs.  cures cclds,  destinioo of slaics,  Price a Consideration  "I  wonder  why  some  pooplo  such fools!"  "Probably becauso    it doesn't  t.licni much to bc so."  aro  cost  lie. who hns lost co:\Iidcnco can lose  nothing more,  '     HAPPY NOW  Family of Twelve Drink Postum  "It. (lortuiiily Iiiih boon a blessing In  our home," writes a young lady in ro-  giird to P-vituin,  "I am oii.i cf a fnmlly of Iwolve, who  before using Punlum, would mako a,  healthy jiiti-miii uncomfortable foi-  tholr complaining of Jiiiiulncliu, dJx/I-  iiohb, liour sumuuih, oio.*, from drinking coffee." iTen la Junt iih Injurious  bt'ciuiHo it ������ioinulnn tlio rtiuno drug,  ciiffolno).  "For ye;irH mother Miifforod from  palpitation of iho himvi, Hick hotidueho  iuul bud HtoiuiU'h iind  be tnlcn vioh'iiUy ill.  in. tlnim; would  About, ii yea;'  Rural Life, the Nation's Hope  ] warn my countrymen thai, the*  groat recent, progress mado in city life  is not a full iiioiikiiro of our civilization, for our civilization lests at bottom on tho wholosoniouoss, tho attract Ivonofls, as woll as the prosperity  of Ill's- in tii6 country. The men and  women on the farms stand for what  is fimdiimontnlly host nnd most needed in our American life. Upon iho  development of country lifo rests ulrl-  miitolv our ability, by methods re-  Huirln'g the highest intelligence, to  continue In feed "liii'd clothe tho hungry nation; io mipply lho city with  fresh blood, clean.bodleH, and clem-  brnliiH ffiut fill) oiiduro Iho torrlllc  strain of modern lifo; wo need tlio development of men In tho open country  wlio will bo in (lie fiitur.* ub in lhe  punt Iho stay and strength ot tho nation.���������Tliouilpro HoohovoII.  w*.  a o  MAPLE  LEAF  LABEL  COWAN'S  PERFECTION.  COCOA  V  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment,  Lumberman's  4  The day starts right side up  when you enjoy yom* breakfast.  Cowan's cocoa fortifies your body  for tho work of the day. It starts  you off with a bright outlook.  First, becnuso it is so delicious���������  but more because it is so in-'  vt_orating nnd so easily digested.  106TINS-tfl,fc-;^LB.-AND  t.'$  141  LB. TINS.  AT ALL GROCERS  THE COWAN COMPANY, LIMITED    ���������������    TORONTO CANADA  n f.lrl wuh nil-  had  boon tiuin-  W. N. U. 1001  Tlm bwiutllul Ilort  ln������, find n physician  ijiom.d,  '   "lloctor." wild tho fond mother, "Ib  it iinyiniiiK Hi'iioiinT"  "At jirfiont," replied tho wlno Weill-  onl man, "I nm not prep.iiv'l to ntato.  Wo intuit awn It .lAvcIopiiXMix Hho lian  a bleb U'.vtr, If'r tomi'crntnro in  thin y-llN-r."  iiko Hlni iji.IL (Kift'-o nnd bosun i'"s*  ium.  "My brother wan troubled wllh bond-  nchu iiiiil dl'/.ziii''������K all thu time ho  draiik cofl'-'f. All thofio troubh'ti ���������>������ my  mothor and brother hnvo dit-uppoflrod  Blnci) J'outiim ban tuUen the pluco of  coffee. '     -  "A hiiiler waa ill Hourly all her lifo  wllh hotiilfi'.lii "lid heart tr,niblo,nml  about nil ������ho cured for wan coffoo anil  !**a. T-m* ilni'lnvi' mid her nb������ "unfit  leave flii-ni silaii'-Y'iH mcdici'io did lior  no pormiiiii nt ruc-iI.  "Sho tliiiiiKlil imtlilii*.'; would lull"  tbe \Anoo of f-oftoo until wo liidnood  lior to try Pr-ntniii. Now hor troubles  nro nil none uud bIio is n happy littlo  -n-/\������iv.n     onlnvlnir    life,    nn,  people  KllOlllll."  ,  Nunio Alvon by tlio Ciiii.'ulhiii 1,'ou-  turn <!������*. Windsor, Out.  VoHtnin now foinoH in two foinis:  Refliilar Potium���������nnmt ho woll boiled.   IGc und 2Do niuiU.-iKOH,  Inatant Posturn���������lH n Hulnlilo powder. A U.i;-.)H.oiiful illi'iiolvfi-t ipilfl'Iy  iu n. cup of hnt wutor und, with  t.icaiii n.id if'i.fdr ���������ni.'il.'i'H a ih-llolriiiH  boveruKo liiilantly. 'Mio and fiOi: thin,  Tlio cost per cup of both UIihIh Ih  ftliout tho t-ame.  "TUisV-u'ii  ti UotiROii"  for  PoHtnin.  1   -sold by 'JrocorB.  Hoooiitly. tn a. JiiHticn' court, In the  Htnto oV IstinsiiH, Hopio whoiu. lu the  HiucU hud boon iittaoliod, and It bocn nm noooHWiry, flirottiAli nn order of  tlu> court, In have tho hiiiiio tlirfuhod,  Om> of tho worliiuon iiiiioiik tho  IIiivhIuth pm In ii voiiohor for $11,  which Hooiuod entirely loo hln'h to tlie  court,  ��������� Tho com I. fiuoslloned tho worliniiin  coui'iTiiiiiK bin labor, and nslicil him  liow 'inucli lie dm Wil per day, ilo  replied: "Throo dollum,"  The court, then hhIuiiI blm how  iiuiiiy ilnyK ho worlied, nnd Mio worli-  lu-in' i-fpllfd"  "Two diiVM,"  The eoiiri. Mien imlied Uie laborer  bow-bo lijiiircd (lie. bill .it il), i-iiu-o  hn only worliod lA'o diiyn nt ?!l por  day.  Tbo witiif-HH vfiidlfd; "1 dldu't iimn'o  If; I Juhi dfoldod nn it,"  Fingrflnt Ccse  "Wliftr aro your vonsnun for wnnt-  liiK a (llvoroo, iiiiKlnin?" iiuiulrod tbo  judifoi  "Kiillini*' to nupport."  '���������Ihit you llvo jn npiuii'ont luxury. ���������  "Ho fulled to Hiipport   mu   for ii  nominiitioi; I v,anted."  "No   Question;'.  Asked"  AdvortihliK-v    in   JhiKliind    fur  lost  property uud aAAlnt'.   "Xo r)u������"hiiou������!  will ho iiHlioil," is llli'isal, tlio pcuulty j  bolnB -���������r,������'  III:  mm  The best, lubricant  for wagons is  Handing Out Horse Power  Mica Axle Grease  Saves repairs nnd makes hard loads  "It'tthe Mica that dots it,"  amy.  THE  IMPERIAL  OIL  GO., Limited  Wlnnlnrtf Ci������l������������ry K-malna  Edmonton Sn&kntoon Vancouver Tuiunlu  lilts  W  FA It MB US  Can nlwayt make ������ure of uettng tbe hloliest, prices for WHEAT,  OAT0- DARLEY and FLAX, by ihlppln-j their car lotr, to FOrtT WIU-  LtAM AND PORT ARTHUR ^r* having tliem sold on commission by  THOMPSON   SON}.   AND   COMi'ANV,  -THE   WELL-KNOWN  FARMERS' AGEKT8  ADDRESS 701-703 V., GRAIN EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  _m  ___��������� "s 1
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L��02^Pi_?*__y_p',' Z'&rnm Colombia:.
NOTICE ij hereby fjiven th:t app'.i-
���oalien will be mado to.llu Si-pci-iuto-id-
. tntof Provincial Pohoo, Victoria for a
liconso-losoil liquor by whnlesald upon
���the pion-ines sitiuftd on Lot G, 'Block 15,
Cu-i.borland Townsito/Cumberland, B. 0*
Ct'ALr' MUSSATTO.Appliout.
���Cited this Isi duy of October 1018.
i' NOriOU is h(.r.*by given lhat on the ilrst
���diy of i) io n'nr^ -next application ��� will be
Hindu to the Superiatendei.t of Provii'cia]
I'olico, Victoria, fcr thu renewal of the hotel liuouae to soil l'^uors by retail iu tne'
iioitl kuown tig the L, Irtio hott-i, situated at
( Cpmcx, B.C. Gkoiigi: SI. IUiuow '
'/- Ihti'd October 1,1913. .   ��� ,  ���
NOTICE is hereby givcri"that on the
���first day of November 191.3, application
will be made to the Supcrintctldcni o��
Provincial Police-, for a 'renewal of the
wlulcs-alc liqi* *r 'licence, up'.m ihe piem-
���iscs known ah Lot 24, .Subkciion !, Nelson I)islrirt. ������
���, ,,      PiiiiKNiiu BuKwiMi.Company.
���Diilcd October ist, 1 "y 13 '
_. NOTICE ia hueby f-ivin ihnton tin-
Ur-1 il iy ot December nex iippli- iil-o v il
��� be mado to t||u Siij 0 inteutU-t "f Provincial Police, Vict -i i 1, C n-11 r ikv nl of tlio
h--toi 1.-.0111*0 t-> eeli li��ji r.-* by mUA h
tlio hotel k id*111 <is tho Uniim h.il.-J.sit-
uato at b" i -u, IJ C. .Urns N. MeLiion
Dii'd tho Ist day i.f Ootobr, I.Oia
*J^��-aAo;i,^MwnMiH..i mmmiwi rmni r-mimi��CMjc���Mnott__g'
' N iTlOE is lipi* by-\-iv u" Uiat on t'ic,
lint day of'!) oo.niier 110.U. uppl-c 1:011" will
bo m nio to huSnparintouJoiitof Pr-viiioiai
J.'ciliot*, Victoria, for the rcaowad of .tho ho-
tel lieeii'-o to sell'liQ-Mra by retail in the
b ile! kuown us tho Kvir.-ide hole', sitvveo]
at Courtenay, IJ. Q. 0. 11. Fiiciiskh
Dileil.Oot-iotr,,!, 191.'J.     >
-of British Columbia, Ltd.���
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NOTICi- ti noiehy R-ivj-n" (Jut on tho
first d.iy of D. cpmlt-r next unplioati m v. b]
be mndo to the Snuofiuten lent if Pr via-
��ial Police, ..Viytoiin, for the rone t nl of the;
hotel lic'eiise to s-11 liqir-iv liy loiailin tin
(jliot-'l kiiiAV as bheU'iUin holt], sittiatod
'at UiioaBuy IJ.O.
Ai.tiiki) It.n'jiii lions iii
DnfeiV October 1,  1913.' ���
NOTICK is hereby given tnat on tin
firr-t day of Doco'mbor m xt application wil
l).s mada to the Siii.erii.fer.de it of Pioviu
oial Police, Victoria, for the renewai of ilu
ho/.tMiceu 0 !b.sell b\.ioiB hy n-tail 1 ��� tin
bo ei kno vrt as th ��� Noh-ou brtiel, aitiifp *:
���; at .Union Bay, B.O. ' Jonx Fi-aski*..";
Dated Ootohbr In1, 1913.   , ���    ���
The -Coartenav. Hotel.
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at the Hur.        " J     ,
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ed in ihe B. C'. Ciwut on ihe '27th day
>>f December, 1907, i* cancelled m*so fur
-is it relates io the followlnt- parcels of
. .amli-the \V. 1 2 of lhe S. E. 1-4, illti
S. W. 1-4 and lhe S. 1 : of lhe N, W-
i-.{ucstof ihe river in Section 4; the S.
E- i-^.the S. E. 1-4 of the S. VV.- 1-4
'ind the N'. E 1.4 m Section 5; the, S.
pi-J of the S. E. 1 4 in Seuiun S- ihe s' IL
1-4, the S. W. 1.4 i.nd the K. 1-2 oi the
N. li' I-.J in Section 16, and the E. i-:
of the h. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,
all in Township .3. Sayward Disuici, and
theN. E. 1 4 ��f the X. K. 1-4 in. Sec-
lion 32; the N E i-4 oftl,e K W 1 4 imd
tlic-N' \V i-,| .-indN 1-2 oftheX E 14 in
Suction jj; the N' 1-: of ihe N W 1-4
and ihe N 1-2 of the N E1-4 in Seel ion
."������I! .md lhe S i-a-and N \V 1-4 of ihe N.
W 1-4 in ScciicM) 35, * all in Township 6,
Sayward Disirici. '   ,
'ihe said lands will he opon forentry hy
pre-emption on .Monday, the iSth day of'
-May at tiie liour of 9 o'clock   in the fore-
11.10:1; all application--   to Jj*.- made at tlie
oflia-of the Government   A^ent,   Vancouver.    No Pre-e-npiion   Record  shall
mclu.'ie mere man 40  acres of land cn-
copi 111-cases it*here it is desirable 10  in-
elude small fractional   portions of Icynl
Sulidivlsionsj'mforin.itioii in which cois
nenion may be obtained from plans   on
view ai die above mennonod Agency.
Deputy MinUcr of Lands
Lands  Departmc'r.i,   Viuioria, H.   C,
February nth   1914.
Gov'-fgrant to City.... 80037 W
Gov'tarant to Camp...
Higli School Cues....-'..
SiK.'cinl Gov't-grtti.it ���...
Paid by Oity of Oihij-
UJfls 23
3TU 00
2500 (���)()?
i?4 00 per day and Up
���31.10  7(1
Total Receipt*'. ..'..51 USUti i)0
11 i^y*,���s���-^-��.i_7r.*r?T*i1*;,i:>
kxphnditOuk ���
* Ji^$4^ovcMe* ^B^3,
^aar old newspapers foi;
S;*\LE  AT THIS OFF 1 Oii ^��J
1 f^:.,^ i-i iOp-
. Belter,  Cheaper Thaii  Most, Dairy Feeds -
Vancouver -Milling & (km Company, Ltd.
Distributors N :\N'AIMO,' B.'C.   ���'
"-."���' Notice' .
' "t*t**tt*vw*tKam*KArutawunmm^^
Every conveyance from the
���Esquimalt 81 Nanaimo R ]v\ay
Company, not already registered,
should be. lodged in the Land Registry Office, before- May 3 1 st,
next, pursuant to the.Land Regis.
���\try Act, Amendment Act, 1914."
;'\ L. H. SOLLY,
Land Agent
���sitji���*��==aisi����K��sti-T;��s;-s��iiE=ia3c��a��������aKtai��M rxzrjoxKatmrcarsi
LIQUOii AOT nio. '
See I ion" .2.
NOTICE Is  liei*i;by giver,   that
one       month- *      from dale,
i-]>p!icatio;i   will,bo' made lo  the
'co for a license for Uie sale of
liquor by wlvok'salo i<i and ii{,on
ihe [.remises sit uited-in Hie town
of Courtenay; B. 0. known am'
df:-ciibcd us Luis {JO ;u;d 31, .Vec-
lioirtil.       .      '
Dated thid J olh day  of   April,
���    Ltd.
'  Conrad Rtitol,
LIQUOR ACT, JO 10. ���
Suction -i'i. ,
NOTICE ia Ijoieby given that,
onilio l.-i.day of Deeeniber next,
iippliontion will bo miule to the
tiupoiin'crident of l'mvinoinl Police* for iencw.il of tlui hotel licence
to eidl liquor by rotnil in the ho'o'
known as lno Mitlufpimt ITotf 1.
���i nuio nt Tdinil, iu tho Uiovincoof
(Jriii:*!' C!oluinliia.
Dnied this 8,h day of  October,
plain iiltif. o:i r/'.-vlnl ... , ���
Wfti'fl ii'if.   Tl*v Wccxl PlBtHoifi* Oo.
..'tirtiiiirlu U''iiu'.*irr) fvronto^Oni>
r.J.iaw*n��,iKmitw.-mlmmv*J,mtl.**mmi��**mm.imm -imhm
i   r
Summar r.iontlu urc DOVFUL
months, A cup of BOVRIL
with a biscuit givot all
T^rirf��ioiry  nvtrirri^nt  ��*-|>pn
mcHt is not rclithccl.
Try o littlo riOVRlb in your
CAnned mentt.
��.���_��� *-
Any jwi'flon nr jwrfions, fitittiii};,
I'oiiuivin-i or inking nny bind*.*?,
limlior or wood, ofiuiy descriptiodn
loloiijrin^ to tlm Wellington Col-
liury Co'y., or from or,off llie lnnd
of tlio siml (JonijviHy, or nnyoii'-'
tippinpr rubbish of any ilcscriptioi
IN^ Till!   M ATTIC ll   of  ThonniP
.Siiiiili, (l'(Tin*cd, into.'tii!f.i.  who
divid in Nob-on   Dinlilot on April
2GlhH   .
IN TUB MATTIC�� nf i|jo"Onifi:��l
Adn;iiii*tnitori* A6i'"
imywhcro   upon   t-li-e  ooiuptuiv'^i     1AK1C N(.>TICI_  ihut by onlm
'        ���'      I of   H>\.   T|, ,. , ,     I,    1 Ti 1
Uii.i wiu tm pro.socmod to thn Mill       	
ToHche-'S' s;d;*irio:i'	
Scriymigoi! ,	
T*yjof>i-unte\ tdopliiint*.,
A. Maxwell, hauln^o...
Potter  ifc   Kirkbride..
T. iJ. jMe.'.oan, stiition-
(v'ry  and  ro pairs..
A. 11. I'eaci'v,   t-tiition.
'..   cry and books.-...
Islander, printing. .....
Nows   ���       "       	
C li. Tarbell,' supplies
and labor *.
Dr. G.K.Mii.:Nanjrhton
-   -.int'dieal inrfpuetion
Thonison Stationery Co.
Freo Text��� Hook  Oillco
books '	
���f. - J. Don (rerun,   Trns-
toos. A^pot'iaiion.
Diiily Province, iuIvV
Soo'y's salary 12 ' mos
Newbnry k Ashley,In-
Biirance, new school
Posi-ugn   and    statinn-
oi^, 12 mos	
,\\rin. Pott it, labbr: .'..
D.   Kiljintrick, -coal. .
UC.-pOLilnitecl,.. coal
S.U'iserA Co.,   filial k
Shibata, clock.., ',
T. K. nate, hose, glioid '
-    " sundries....,.'-..
G. .Dow'iK'SJ  books...!
��792") 00
010 00
m Ol'-
'   Yl'h
-      1 1   Si-.''
12  oV
���[ Go
H- 00
JO 00
4-1- Do
112 50
' 23 20
or.   fi..-
30 l"1
2 10
��� GO 00-
14-5 00
10 00
M 00
22 oT
127 50
"l 01
��� (J of.
io or
"TO ~,C
"Jl-M I rail, OlilPSl vr.'.xi?y i*,,r     ���ra-'.' w.M���s"
Virtonia liSoa throiifjii i  i. ��� a Ca r.'Al��
ej'rtV.lnofJw, ^Tl'llour,clJ^.r^^,.al, ���*���
Se!��Ii�� WfcMft.'
A h it'ilsiinnly lllusl i f.U.l -v*'. ^ ���   "    - -.v; c' - ���
C"J-.tlw ttij.i.y i-clor-uicjuu-i. o     Ur*\ b,i
ImikY- ���:^iiJywr-i>-?^-K-i.ai.:.* MM Mr ���
iiiffi'*l-to3C"K- *'v-?3^vW
*- -.  *r. ��� -., ���
a^-v*-."*.��*'. :y-'y:^
l.l.-Ii">.iC' il.
LIQUOIi ACT, 1010.
fteelimi '12.
Nnnii*",   water   "" *
-12 iocs ,. ...".        3-L 0
-Uoyston   Mill,   lmnbe-i* o  "
High school piipihi,'**ix
day's   teachino-.. ,
School keys	
Washing tuwds  	
Special,grant expendit-
1 uro, Qlark&Stewart
Co. Ltd. fnrniturn..
A. McKinnon^ i'nrii'tro
Peptic'tank!.;        275 00
Repairs  to  old  f-diool      S00 00
���Map.-:         -15 00
Labor putting   in   now
<ledk,       100 00
No. S Mi:;_ .School.
,01"-AL1-:U) TKNDERS, i-jperscrilwd
^ '���".l\"M.loi" fn- Sn. JR Mine S h-ol,"
.-i'i15 be i'ij. (',���-uJ, liy *;-% llcnour.ibls viv*
M'V.i-r'.u of Public Winks.up lu noon of
I'u-i-i-l.'iy, ihe iqili d iy c-.f May ..������14 foe
iho cicciinn iitul omii'.ciron oi' a live
���*o-'.ii) scliiiol-lion-ie -ii Nu. S M:r!((, Cui:'.-'
lierlaii'I, in llie Cdiio.*: l:'.lf:cioral JJ s*r:':i.
l'l.Mis.,   tpc-.ific;.-!;-.;*!
firms ol teiui'*)' may I;'*'<*:
'. r      llie        I-*;        Any       d        May,
1 0 14.        *���* i "lw      o iii c v      �� f
Mr. ]. l>*jir(!( Go\(.niu,ci:'. A^i-nt,   "Jum-
ix-rhind, B.   C;   Mr.'A.   J.   ."Ss-lher-.'^iit;.
Setreiary of iho Sciiuol BoirJ,   'Janiber-
'���'.nd;   K.  C-:   jivJ    U>c  !.)cp,::;uH:!':   ui ,
I'.iijiic \Vuil>, Vici-.in.i    - *':    ,   ��� _
ih'  sipplicntion    ;.-   i!.e   undefiiHi-od,'
-.���or.ir.'icnirs ruay  ein.r''*,  :i   tcpy   of the
;..!;ii)s iind speriilciUoi:;.  tor llie sum  Gtf-
to 1 iIdIIhi's ($iu), which ���>*.:!! Int  rtfno.-isd
on R'U'mn;' iiimc iiitjocd oul'..r.
lLach ;'-rupoj;il   iir.itt be  accompiioicfj
Iiv an accepli.-il   bar.!; chc.|u^ or   Jci'.ifi-
faie ufdcposii on .1  charteicd - bunk,'.J"
Canada, :ii;ale p.iy ib!c  10  t!:-;   Honour--
.hfciho Minister'if 1'ublic '.. '.:'.*���*, .fur  a
in,. c'*ji--*.l lo Jo | ci ci.-nt o('.he tcndci.
���v iiii'h --h .il hi- furicii'-d if .iu* jiaiiy icn-
i'ici.ii;j iWi.iiih.-i )': i.-nic inlo ���������jniracl
.1 iii.ii called-jfOiv I1. ',!o 50, or 1,' Ix-   hij
i^nirnjil^u: ihe \.r*-ik <:iitit:r.-.lii.,d- for.
_i_'*���'- . ..���������"...^ ... /-.., ..i.^'ii... -.f ,<,^1.1...... . t
���iii'-oc-.i-'-.-liii tend-���-i-is "v.ill   I"-*   ip-inued
1-*   ihcn   iip;.ii'  lhe  'cxecuiinn   -;���'���",  t'.c
i;. 1 ���'Uitract.
'!     'leader-; uii! not  h:: <;f.-iis,nl-"red  nnle-**
12 00
" 1. at.
0 00'
1150 0*i
200 00
.-���' I*llii
:r.     irt!icr. -
Total expondit. 1013   812302*00
lliu;li jsclmol fees duo��#y-l 00
Pi ep'.'C.tfully   fiiiliniitle'l.
Thomas ii. caki-:y, -
Poni'd of School Tritnteis, t.'i:in-
berland, 1). C., .Lui. i'5, IUM:
1 horeby eertil'y thar ] have ex -
nai.lt, i*'.*.i or. iiv,
���i-itli ihe actual
-'i* an.!, criit-'icd i;i  i!ic i*n\ iii vo: l'i>;!��-
.sh'rcl ;   *
7'hc lo'ic.v. 01 .my u-ir.ltfr nol tiec'c-bsat
ily acccplcd.
J.  IC. ^KIKFITi',
licpuly IN-Thjfster and J'.-t.hc W'oik?
lii.jfii.ei-i; 1 Jcprnrmcni "of J'lihlu- Woiks,
'   Viciorip., 1!. C, Afjrd 18,1914.
my'j . '. ��� rn*. 16
fi *���* '\ ?v .     r- 1   C
I".., \;l i.j    i.t u    -^
if..: ������*.
#v, c-;\W i;i ^.rih^^iYY'f.
k^xitt A !>A-*-f:   r: >VY
.'>,JiC    1*.     i'i      '-J     i-i
,    "   *^iR^J ih 'A/I
\  fa-       ^���-l -���-���i-a./P'lil'tV,. ^
ih^H h"'\ t-'hii  fl l''��A l"'<r--:*.t
%))dfMJb$(      &��\KWY$
(Section 35)
C.**.f!nri.*i.-. Q
iu f.J'.ov v.'*n iiavo r.[-.c r���.in*'-.',, S\
i\tt a*:iJ bl^h^riti-:rr^f.'..'.\ ;:;ecJ.s, j' ,*')
5;*^ ^it!/!:'fi ii r a *-y -x-i ��;;;.
iflljv li-'A- 'iak'ji*c:i:",.l t'.itcrori; ;/���?''.
NOrjUlC is hereby ��iven 'lnt,,^^ .-i, ji. (>:-, *:-.c t.ii<.ihv.- iyYi
on the nun li day ol May ii<:M-| [^ \\ r.d'.iV;^^ ���: .'.i:..!-. ;;:���*.:���:'
application v.*ill be liiadc.  to   the | l.'v^ t*;'; *'-��� >-'��'-*������*'/-"-*"������ ���'""r-;"?������-"!*������ i-r: -., -:
Stipe!iiitnideul uf hoviiK-i'il Po-1 'Y-'.AJ.  i-;^;! ���.������- ���.'������      ��� *  ,'!      '!
ox hint of tim hiw.
J. II. LOniCAPil).
Cidjioral Muiiiigov,
rnllu..-,'   f'n -i-
-   -������ 'J      IJ
UidiiiK 0:1 looomotivflH and rail
ivay curs of tlm Union nolliery
Company by any person or per-
301JU --oxcopt tftij(icie-��v���i�� Hlrictly
pmliiVHofl. li'iiipl-fiyi-c** tc '���ti!'-
b'C t'.< f'lflUii.'Kid (or itllr.wiHjj*  ram-
1-V iinVr
J. k.   LOCKARli,
tiencru] Mnnn^;- .
'i^;b .I'M*,,JN\,���.���.",:���,.��� ;��i.;,:rt,.fj
appointed ndiiiiniiiti'.itor of the I'J--
into of   tho   uIkivo men tinned   de
conned,  and   -ill; panic*   lmvi'-.'
���^'."i>iiV.ii;iiiii��l um, t.-ii.I   ei-lanui'v
���' nr nii-h   !Ti:m*,
prop-nily vi-rifU'd, to.uio nn nr beforo tho u-Jth d*iy if D.i'ci.i.ir,
��� ���MU.   AND -ill prtrtieHJiid'-ldi'd u;
NOTICE im beieby -.-ivon Ihnl,
on the J nt diiy of Deceio'icr next,
���pplicaiion will 10 m .d�� id th.-
Sii|ierintoiidnnt of Pioviitci'il I'.il ���
iec for roiiowi.] of the I ohd lii;,'i.ei
10 r.ell li(|lioi' liy Kitail in t.|*e liucl
known uB.tln' Willow-' Ib.iti], uim.
ale al Ciiniplell River, in the I'ro-
viiico of Hfiii,**h f'.ilninbj 1;
On ltd tlnVSih d.-.y of Dniobcp,
Ap|i|i(!iiiit b. siHi.'ileM i.*r luar tlie jjovcrn   : "wtetweff--l>i.V��cc��iro.c/'V. j;;-.-...*.��i
V   ,1  "j.i   '   ******'-''������-������'������, w*^* **���**"* rwt**trr m*v U*t**mM��- ****mkw
^   ���* V *r ^ v V V\   > *��   ������p" <  *.* V**
nco lor tVv f��;-;i,,,';.\* ��tj a^iirii *��� ��� ;   ���- *
> 1   1     .**
for tin- ;.;iU: of Hqnov  b*. ub.it in j  i���     -
nml upon tho premiss tu h-���- run S^'g ^*^j f^^ vi^r'i^
sluictcd in ���uTonlance witli   tiu'| /v'V1-1:. ������> *V' ���������"''���- V,!-.**.: iVu.1.'
suucico 111 :uT()n:aiice witn   inr, ..-��� -������.--,���, Ytf, ..A>-. v.<*.-^,3 iVy..., ,..5
1                 ���             *i>      .���                1          1 ViiiA'  -'v*.'  tH"i-'i*   ��V->'   f v".b i'   '.���;,".���-';.'��,
pious ami .spL'ciho-itKMis to be til-; ���*���'*.,���-,.- V'-A'i-.". -1 "'���'i*i-"r..v.,'*\.^* -" -\.'.i
cd with the   Superintendent   ol 1 ^;'"*r.^;''���'�� orVtr-Vu**'. ���->..'���* -���;':>.,l''
n     ..... ,.            ,         ,   ,* ,k-..,>v  ..> I'Miwiin-'-ifi '.i'-.���������",:-*..'*v
ri'iiviuci'W    I'ol-.a-,    and   to   t��? 1 iV     V tur^-v. w.^w.-,.- !��.���..
known as tho liei Hotel, and if. /    \f     r,-* ���������������'' *������>. /���'-"; ���*.������'; ���'���'
1                    ' *           N...      J.,-����"��t i|i"',;l-*',   .Yi'.r-j.   ,;\
     ,1110111 -.-.hutf-U  lioyston,
iSoTIt;!*;, jjMsuici, tire, 1 a: C"lwi.;oi-'i, upnii   <>
8uy-A-��n-i bund iii,ni,]:. 'the lands tUsenu; d as   I.mI-   -ji   ' ,1   -J'*<-**; j b/     *f>y| Ky
OMtrioKirim^aril. lan.l at in It.ock K of lho S11 .<P   '���$ ^VjHJ'I'V    'O * J  '
lAhENUUt'EtUi  Jb-ltMi   Hull,   nf I   - -        ,-        ,     ,-        .. ,'X
IU'.i.,.||��y,ll.C!.Iii,4...,Mo   ��,i.|y   t,.fi-Vlslu'>ot   r'*11'*"'1   -^UuJN .}   .OIU    "
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o.lIi.na.-8i,iaihH!.n.|,,\V���,j1.!p|1i;r(l.!fj     ,).ltcii i,,;, ,sl (!ay    o!    A,.rn, . ?
Iin-:iii>n,'ui (.iincx l-ttiiiiil, (���iiiiiiioiK-ii, nit < 1 y
11 I" Ht -'liii.Ual <m tin- S uthwoi-t ci tnor ni    llJ r4* I .^
���a d Vhl-iti', ruo jeijuiteil in p;iy 1 ho
nmouiit of   thrdr   fnili-h-i-l*..-."".   in
H'il'l', llilllKM f ll(jA'iii;{ (lit*   si.r.'.-n if.I,
r-y-irouinl tiiu JN-iuid j't p-ibit   ut   ur.n-
in ���������' 1 mont, c> '.A- ;.���,-, ':)  -i.'r.-. 1-1 \��� ..*-
ior tl * .
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. > .1 Wwiiil MiKNt.l'.u CU-.   WU,,l,vr, O^'. TTTV \rp-rvq.  crn'T^T-AXD. Tt. CL  Why doesn't she take s  . NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop a headache .promptly, yet do not oonUtn any of  tho dangerous drugs common in headache tablet*. Ask your  Drufgisl about them.   2Sc. a box.  Natiohm. om/o A������a C������cme*������. Co. or caham. Um.te-*. |_a  1  One bvirner, or four���������low flame or high-  lire or, a hot one.    No coal soot or ashes.  slow  m^^Kisi^^^^Es^i^m.  means better cooking at less cost���������and a coo  clean kitchen.  In 1, 2, 3 and 4 burner sizes, witli cabinet top,'  drop   shelves,   towel   racks,   etc.    A?so   a  new  stove with Fireless Cooking Oven.  At ull dealers nnd general stores.  Royaiite Oil Gioes Best Results  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  CalK.iry        Resin***. Montreal   ';',   Qucbuc   ���������-.  Unli/mr. Wiiinipes , Edmonton  *  Saskatoon  Vancouver       . Toronto Ottawa  the Children's favorite  r  ac  m  d  Tins  Lined  Can be had from  your Grocer  |   * Art,Critics   ,  |    Wlien   Orcl.cirdson's   picture.  "Manl  i Hit," wiis  exhibited at iho Academy  | (he artist  was strollinK'    through" the  j rooms one day when he saw, to his  I alarm, an excited 'tittle foreigner mul:-'  jiiiK toward l.im  wiih  throatcniiij*; 'as-  I poet and  brandishing-    a stink 'is* he  i_,eanie.    "Ah. sir," lie ���������oxclnimecl, "if 1  (thought  Unit  by  killing  you I oould  TpaintrTi-piciiire-lik-e--l-lial-[-\voiil(J-(ir,ii3lf.  | your skiilt Uu-, iiiRtant!"  ! . David Murray, a Royal Academician  j wan once painting an  Picardy .wlion  i his stock* of canvas became exhaust-  eel.    Being   desirous  ot   sccurin**;  an  "impression" for use later in a more  ambitious'aUompt, the artist  did one  hit   on   a   handkerchief   lucked   on   a  stretcher.  Upon his renin* to London  this piece of work was being inspected,   wiih   oilier?,   hy   a   wealthy   old  lady, wlio expressed a,desire io ���������purchase it.   Murray thought it advisable  to  tell  her ihat it  had  heen  paint od  on hhi -locket haiidkrrehief. "On your  pocket   li'imlleri'liief!"  exclaimed  tho  old Indy.   "Then I'jn ipiile sure you've  ruinc-d it, Mr. Murray.   The paint, will  never come off!"---London  Spectator.  Charity's Start  The public siiriti-d lady met tlu  little hoy "in the street. Something  about his appearance arrested her.  Sho stared at him in a near sighted  way.  ��������� ���������  "Little hoy. haven't,you any lioincV"  "Oh, yes, I've' got a home."  "And  loving  parents?"  "Yes'm."      - ' ���������*..  "I'm afraid you don't Icnow what  lovo really is. Do your parents look  after your moral woli'i.rr*''"  "Ves'.m" ' .  "Are lhcy..brir.r;lug you up lo bc a  good and helpful son?"  " Ves'm." "    .     *     -  "Will you ask your mother lo conic  and hear me talk on 'When Hoes a  .Mother's Duty to Her Child Dcgln?'  next Saturday afternoon, at the parish  hall?"  "What's the matter with you, ma?  Dou'i; you .know me? I'm your "own  little boy."���������Tit-lills.  One al'tcriinon the hookeeper employed hy ,:'k certain concern* bulged  into the pri ate office and tinihtly  approached the desk of lhe boss.  "Mr. ,11'.!:*-," said he, aft or some  hesitation, "during the pasL week J  have been doing the clerk's work as  well as ni\.. own, and Uiui being pay  day, I thought I would remind you of  that, fact."  "'Let, me see," responded the boss,  thoughtfully. "Vou make $10 a week  and the clerk makes ������[1. Is that  right?"  "Ves, sir," answered tho bookkeeper  with a hopeful expression. u  "Good!" smiled the boss. "Then as  t figure .it. out you make half a week  for yourself ami half a week for ilio  clerk. 1 wil] fell the cashier to lix  the  amount at ?7.i>0."  ANISH PIMPLES  111 the  Spring  FuGst   People  Tonic Medicine  Need  Quaint L'Uic English Church  (.'ulbone church, wliich among ninny  others claims io be the .smallest  church in Kngliind, is siliinled on the  coital of north fhivim, nol far from tlio  (;lcl.ures(|i!(. lit IU- vlll.ige or Pyrlook,  and ilie church is so guaidetl hy hills  and woods; that the sun'r rays reach il.  only four months >>( the yrnr, The  building ia hut thirly-iliroi* feel long  by twelve feel, eight inches wide and  linn a porch, nave, currcd ouk chancel  screen and Monuaii four, an nliibnsicr  altar piece and a quaint high pew near  the chancel, used liy llie I'aiully of  Lord! Lo.'i'kioo, by whom llu; properly  i.** owned./ Tlie Mauled elKiiujcl is lit  by a tiny '������������������<|iia'.v headed iron barred  window, ihe oldest 1'ealuro of the  chiii'i'li, being pie-N'onnan nnd cul oui  of ii Mingle- iiliiue. II Is amply large  for tbe pi)|)ii!aliin!, wliich hi about  thiriy-live in n paiir-h of only l,:i;',7  acres, tn siiiiiniei' the church Ik  crowil.-'l o'vln.*, in Hi,*- in linv of vii-'li-  ors from ln.'iiiy  pari", of llie  world,  A Powerful  properties   in  conc.e.iiiraled  Thomas'    h'el  Medicine.���������The healing  six  or-per-liul    oils  are  in   every  hoi tie   of   Dr.  ectrie  Oii,  forming one  Mi nan  ',���������*  Lill  lllOIII    I'.  .,   Lliiiilei  1.  lleiii  S  irH,-  ���������Vour   MLVAIID'H  I.I.VI  Mh'NV  l.-i  our  reiurdy  for sore 1  hroal  folds  ;  UP  all  oiiHiinry  iiilmciit'i  tt   li  'V  r  fa  '1.'  n> rel  iev i a nil  cure  pi'ii:-p  ly-  c  11 MILKS  W-IIOOTKN.  Curl  M  ulur  r. e.  of llie moat boiK'llci'il liniment*; ever  offered to the use of man. Thousands  can i.estify as to its -power in allaying  pain,'and mnny thoinunds more can  certify ihat. Iliev owe their health to  ii. lis wonderful power is not ex-  prcsfieil  hy its eheappess,  One of the surest signs thai the  bloofi is ont of order is tho pimples,  unsightly eruptions and eczema lhat  come frequently "with,-, the change*  from winter*- to spring. Theso prove  that, the long 'ndcor life of winter  has had its effect upon the blood,  and that a tonic medi.jino is needed  to put il right. Imlecu there are-few  peoplo v/ho do not used a tonic al  this season. Had blood docs not,  merely show itself in disfiguring eruptions. To this same condition is due  attacks of rheumatism and lumbago;  the sharp slabbing pains of sciatica  and neuralgia-, poor appetite' and a  desire to avoid exertion. You cannot  cure these troubles by the use of purgative medicines���������-you need a tonic,  'uiui-n���������tonic���������on-iy-,���������and���������among���������ali-  ���������medicines there is none can equal Dr..  Williams' Pink Pills for their . tonic,  life-giving, nerve-restoring powers,  Every dose of,.this medicine makes  new, rich blood which drives oiit-iuv'  purities, stimulates every organ and  brings a feeling of new health and  energy, to weak, tired, ailing men,  women and childrtn. ��������� If you are out  of sorts give this medicine a trial  and sec how quickly it will restore  the appetite, revive drooping spirits,  and /Ml'your veins* with new, health-  giving blood.  You can get these Pills from any  medicine dealer or hy mail at fit)  cents a box or six boxes for 5_.n0  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  l-Jrockville. Ont,  S?rvice(  *���������  yo little  Our Secret  No country sjirnd-' ?������ little on its  fir-cret service as Great- I'ri'.nih. The  lota! '���������uni amounts to about ������ 10,00(1  a year, Thi.-j Is because we do not  lih'e iwo o- three other great powers,  employ professional spies. The British (������������������-���������'cri'l service is controlled by the  iniclligeiico department of the. admiralty and the war. otfice. They never  specially send put ag.nts io act as  spies, writes (!. T. Cook. in. Ihe London Magazine. If a nnn serds ia  anihoriiativo aiid useful informal ion  about ihu ainiy or navy of n foreign,  power, he is rewarded according to  its value only if hn says he* v:r.ius a  reward. As a general rule, however,  llriiish spying is. contlned l.o young-  naval and military officers who, during a private holiday visli'to a foreign'  country, obtain' secrets which they  I'unimiiniciile lo' headquarters solely  from a. patriotic standpoint and of  course, with the hope ihat iheir /.oal  wiil winihetu speedy advancement, in  (lie service. They are not even paid  their Irani fares.  One. night a young tttitisli 'officer  in London���������obviously t eaiino; men-  i inn names iu olTlcial' circles���������reoctv-  i-il. through a nuiiid-ahout. source, a  letter from a man in Brussels, staling  ihat lie had some iiuporinnt military  secrets- lo communicate. Tlio officer  did not attach very much importance  to the letter, but as he had already arranged to spend a h.')li:;.-.y in ,1'rus-  sols, lie decided, 'mono out of curiosity  ih,in anything else, to see the writer,  sent a vague, non-committal reply,  and an appointment was made. Tlie  officer crossed to the .continent, and  saw the man* outside a ���������well-known  cafe.  "I caniiLl toll you all I know now,"  said the stranger; "hul (faking a bundle of papers from his pocket) look at*  these secret documents and sec nie  here, next Monday." The British officer took the papers and walked away*  ���������inlo-tho arms of two detectives. He  ���������had been trapped. Protestation  innocence woro of no avail, and  was sen'c to prison..  fir  If you have been buying .the 3 lb.  dollar tin of any brand of tea you have surely  wished for a fmcr-ilavorecl, richer, stronger tea.  The Green Label tin of Red Rose Tea  will meet your wishes exactly. Besides, it will.prove  a cheaper Cea because it goes farther, making about  600 cups.    And it only costs $1.20 for the 3 lb. tin.  ^  Red.������Rose' Tea  i  In the 1 Ih. package we would stig- *  gost your trying the iiOc. quality of  Red Rose.    It1;" a stronger as -well  ns a liner-flavored ten.      _    !'  Red Rose Tea is never sold in bulk.  "is. Good Tea"  ^  N.B.���������Coffee users will iind Red-  Rose Coffee as generously good as  Red Rose Tea.      " 12a  Population of trie World  Aceordiny; to tlie Rureau of 'Univer-  i*'al -U'ti-stii's, lin.* population of the  world iu ,UM_ was slightly over 1,900,-  000,000, of wliich there wore in Asia  !);j;),000,000: in Knrojie -18*1,000,000; in  At'rU'u 1S8.000.000; in, America 187.-  000,000;   -.md  .*n  Oceania 57.000,000.  of  he  Dust Causes Asthma���������Even a little speck tor small to aec will load  to agonies which r.o words can de-  ������������������erihe. ��������� The walls of fife hreathing  t.uhes coiiiract and if seems as if the  very life must pass. Krom this .condition Ch*. .J. 11. KciloRg's Asthma  Remedy lirie.Ks flic user to perfect  rest' itnd health. It re'ievcs lho" pass-  asos and normal brcathlnp; is firmly  established a-^ain. Hundreds of testimonials received annually prove its  effectiveness.  ��������� The U.S, Press on Panama i oils  Out of \?>~) lead ins newspapers of  the United Stales,on the World's Exchange list, we find 107 supporting  President Wilson and only, twenty-  eis'ht opposing- him. Wc believe tliat.  this cleavagv*** of newspaper sentiment  "l"_ Taivl. TOpi;esentnti*nr-of~t-Ue-cleav-  age of popular seiitimoiu.' This" sentiment'shown that *flu* east, the middle  west, and the south are overwhelm-  iusly against granting ship subsidies'  by breaking treaties, and that the  chief measure of suppon; comes from  the   Pacific coast ���������New  1'ork  World.  His   Fear  "Tlie interrogation 'Whore did you  get it," causes me much' less appro-  jieiiHioii," confused Senator Sniiijig,  "than the fcolif.s that sonic day the  public may learn tho answer to the  c'liestion./Where did you put it?'"  They  and had  Avoid Substitutes  wore  enjoying  a motor  just entered a country  rido  road.  "May 1 kiss your hand?" ho. asked,  ', little confusedly,  Sho removed her veil.  . 'No,"   she (.replied,   "1    have    iuy  gloves on."  Anglo-Saxon Poise  . First Sport (looking at. magnificent  view of lho1 Alps)���������Not. bad, that.  Second. Sport���������Yos, it's all right  but you needn't rave about; it like a  bally poet.���������London Punch'.  - "SAFETY FIRST"  Is the "Golden Rule" nowadays, which is why  you should deal with,, the Grocer       who wraps his goods in  Eddy's Antiseptic  Paper Bags  "Oil, r.'-corgi'." sighed the love-'lek  maiden, 'T;u sure I'm not worthy tci  he your wife."  "Well," replied Clonrgo wearily, "I'm  not worth;' to bo your Iiiisliund, si  we're just about evenly matched."--  Philadelphia Press.  t no  l.'uiti'i  .������������������ourcc  wild   let I nee   uf   ilie   Northem)  Slides has pim-ilbUllieH    as  of rubber,  "Wliat do you mane by writing me  that my .Mmnilo can't pass inlo llie  next grade'!" stormed an irate woman,  bursting into i.lie principal's room. An'  lifter him doin' sucli gnuid work all  the year,"  "Why, Mrs. I-Miihorly," replied the  (eachor, "you must know better than  Ihnl, I've, sour, yon his report cards  every month, r.nd you know that his  marks have been nearly all  'D'r..'"  ''Jiiilnik' i.liey Wv, and yll you say  lie can't pus-!. 1 don't understand it,  iniini."  "I'm nf mid you dor.'l linilcrsliKid  our system o1' ninrlting, 'D' means do-  tieieni, you know,"  "Sure I don't Iokmv phut  Unit may  he,, mum,   but   Jliiinilo   told   me.  all  about the letters.   Sure 'IV is dandy,  '(!' is coi'lilng, 'II' is hum, it in! 'A' is  " "��������� awful���������:n������'   lie's  got.  '(.'.'**������������������   and    'DV  very  ini-'illi."���������llnrpeji's Miigazlii;  vh-s lomlly  im-ill  rfoto  rcme.lv  Small  lor   eoutliti   and   Coldi?  bctt!<*.    Vat ninus   1870.  Fox Fire  IVi\ fire :;* iicraily .'tjipojiiK on it  while iiali Mump which iiiih ilecayed  from wltlii'i, sn thur lhe whole interioi'  kIok'n Jiki', ii ert'.elhle, Af. flines It  si'iniis to i'lbrnto and change 11 lie llie  northern lights on n siin.'l siiile, hut,  ll (*��������� illfi'lciill to lie sure 'if lilts,"���������  "A I'lirnicr's N'titehool;."  man.  er."  "Ant  "No.  "Vou  im  glad  I went  lo meet,  lo school  you, my littlo  to yonr moth-  did  Indeed."  WOllllll't  in ever lick you'  luinw her now,'  A   Man's  Example  Tlie uplifting inlhienco of a right  cous'mini is limited only by tho energy.of his mind ancl the uprighlcous-  ness of his life. He ought* therefore  to strive day in and day out,"to increase the power.*- of his intellect, and  to maintain a conspicuously wholesome, character. Then, by the example  of his manliness, he will 'restrain the  wicked in their iniijiiitics, and encourage the righteous in llioir'rectitude.  Such , men, whether, little or'great,  are a real help to many lives; and  if (hey are jnrong and capable by  nature, they may become a substantial'blessing''to iho wholo of :\ groat  people or even _U> the wholo world.  It should therefore be our ariibition  nn io llvo that men may know ot! ns  that wo are inspired by a nobler spirit  than that which actuates most of  mankind, and that, wo are actually  inaking earnest efforts to raise tlio  niont! standards of tlio entire human  race,  Tho degrading itilluonco of a' bad  man is l!iu.t.''d only hy his power and  disposition to devise tempting evil.  If such a mini is weak and stupid,  slill the harm he can Ac is of groat  concern io all good people, ami tlioy  will ever bo anxious to suppress if,  or If, on the contrary, lie is a I ��������� i* 11 -  lliint. mnn, with allractlvo manner1'.,  the Injury ho can do to public moral.i  Ih liic'iluuliilile, and ovory effort  should be mad*'1 n render his baneful  liillueut*'" as harmless as possible.  "lil'lll    Uli-t'lWI'    It'll  ���������������)('fit���������IT i'i once I'.nr^  '"l.o! nio too," sail'  Hi i ii>< <... "'���������'���������  -.(-]���������'.'���������;' ii'-i"."', ���������''���������fi  ������������������fi-.-.'nn   III   II   HOt'lt'!'  mure supervlHini;  It14M I r.iu i-nid  ���������ll-Oli!   tWn liOIII'.'l"  phouf*-. f.ir an  ���������At- In the !ioii*-'c,  llie eafitntii,  iv*  .My husband is a most InveiiM-.tie  reader," exclaimed* Mrn. Ki|o.\* with a  sllglil lone of eiiiini. "llu rends unlit  dawn (..very inoiniiiii. Why, la,-,l nlg'u!  I I'ouinl him asleep wit!) bin iin.-'o In.  'V.V.'k   V.yi'h'"  ['crliiipf,,"    toiiinii'iiiid    lur   'husband'-' booliish I'l'lend,   ">t>ii hIioiiIiI be  tlianl.l'iit  you  did  nm   llnd  lilm  wl  his no-*' Ii. 'Tin- Inside of Ilio flip!  WK.*~xi*itiaMMStiSi'sa  When ilii'ou^li okf  nj'.e tin; bodily  fuiietioiir. heeoine shiHUirili'?  Na-Dru-Co Laxatives  Rive geuUe, timely and  efl'uctive uid, without  'tisuunifort ur tlisU'C-ss.  :$c n  liox   at   your  Druggisl's. j 7a  H������llon**l lit iij ������nd riitmli-tl  Co. ot Unutu, llmllti.  Min.irri's  clans.  Liniment  Amateur A',l'*i'���������-I!ow  my llninli't last, night','  l1rltlc--l,tko It? My dour fellow, 1  can lioiii'stly say (hat In th.:- npntilug  seetio of the 1'oiirlli net you wcru as  good ns li'tirhes-ltohcrtHiiii,  AniiitiMii' Acioi���������Hut (illiJu't nppeur  ii that scene.  I'rltle���������No: nelllici' docs Voiboii-  Itobortoon.  is one of the farmer's greatest money  makers.    It makes money by kecp-  ine; produce in (rood condition until it can be taken  to marker, or until better prices can be obtained.   It  maintains & cool, even temperature that  Keeps Produce Perfect  A concrete root cellar in alwiyi dry, ('Je.i*i ;tntl Kinittrj*. If m  proof ���������it'.iitut lieat, cold, water, lire anil rati, Altlio������*������h llie  Urcaier part of il it iinilrrfliwind, it cuiivH crumble or n>t  awny, ll i.t jiRrnuuient ninl need' no repairu.  "Tell ui to semi you this liaiuliomely ilhutriled free book  "What the Parmer can dt������ with Concreie," It conuiiiii tlie  fiilleNtinftiniiaiioiialmtif t'ortcrete mot. cellars ami other farm  buildiiil'i ihat'liever wear out ami kliowj liow you can build  them at small coit,  liiwrici'linc  inn.linu. ninl  liU.L'U    ll'.'l.  tin-<  fi  .l'  tti'ii  Dr. Morse's  Indian IKopt Pills  are nu������1f 'icce'dinc to n f*r������r:-������ul.i in  lue ncirly a century iif.o sunono, tlio  In'lia"-*. uihJ IcariH'il from ihcni by  Dr. M.I.--H-. '(liii.."jJi i-i' ���������'."I at-  tempis I'.i^'C been niadi-, liy iiliyit-  cijii'' .1''. I ���������'���������l",nii*H, il: lusbiT-rfnuntl  inip'������i.*'.il;!i! M improve th-* f-wmtil.i or  tti-������ pills. Pr. Momc'-i Imli.in R������ot  Ti'liJ .uca l-.-i-i'rl'.oM rrrr.rrly thront'.i.  o-it Coo woilij for (.'oii'iip-iiion nnd  all I-'tili'.y i-od l.'o-er trt)'ili!ti, They  ���������cr I'.-uu;-!!"-.  iiv sr.il-ttTcctiv.'iy, nnd  Cloanso tho Eyntem  VV. N. U. 1001  > 31  I (  SHE NEWS. CratBEREA-STO, b.. a'  pttn  In buying  a lime piece  ���������Jive due heed to  reputation well eirneJ.  Choose the "'Omefri' lor  the all Sufficient reason  lhat it is "A Watch of  Matcltlc-is Merit."  For Sale by  All   Dealers.  .-Jwanap ajJUHMwarnarem  A  Ileal  Lavat*   Simulation  A ttrnlahtlonvir.l t-ensrotis  otfiT .from 'un rstabltt*h������}d  fii-m. Wp ������ro slyint awny  VTalehM to ihrniunili ot  poopta a!! over lho  world an v. huca  tutvet-tlsomer.t. Now  Is your chancn to  obtain 0119. .Writs  now, enclosing M  Miit* fat cno cf our  laJtilotinblc 1,nil lot'  ta-nt (1 Mania, or  Genr*-,' Alberti, sent  eAril-M-a rulil to ".vcur  ���������with tho wntcli. which  will t'3 eiviti l'roo  (Ihcso wAtchwi aio  cuttvnntccil llvo yearn),  flhau].t yoa'- tako 4*1-  *.** vantaso of our inanrol*  Um effftr. Wo oipwt iroa to loll your friends  U Btout us uml ������-ow them tho lM&utiful wnich.  Don t think thla ottor too taoA to ho ti no. but ������nii  as conl* todsy sod emii t. Froo Wsteh. Yon  wlll I* mniunn'-'VII.r.lAMS * I.LOYO, .Wtnli  Jcv/i-ll-arstUr.iit.HS i, K), Corawnlli* llond, r.������iulo������, S.;  SERVICES  Montrsal���������Plymouth���������London  Boston���������Queens town���������Liverpool  New   York���������Fishguard���������Liverpool  New York���������Mediterranean��������� '  Adriatic  Th*  I''atjtost  PuftsenijiM* awl  Mall  ������.Sorvlc������ In tlia World  AQUITANIA  LUSITANIA  MAURETANIA  Kor   Information   Apply   to   Any.  Railway or Steamship  Agent,  or  THS CtJWAR-0 STEAMSHIP CO.,  XiTUVHHm  304   SU.IK  ST. i   WIHNrPBO  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY MILLIONS  OF  MOTHERS  POR THREE GENERATIONS  BUCK  LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED  hy  Culler's   Rli-okli-i-  l-llli,     l,-,w.  I'llivil, ft-Mli, KlUhlii; prafonr-i by  Wiuleru aIiii'!>.uiimi Ihi'iuso tlmy tiro*  w     _���������*������������������������������������ jf**������    lt\   v.lterei   oilier   vacalnti   fall,  1      Dj jf  *    Wiltu fur ImnMr-i ami t.'*:lliiiciilul*i,  M      ������* Ai.   _     lO'ilon iihgi, Ulacklatl Pllll $1.00  MmiSL*i*SJtt   SO-doid nhgii,. Olaolilfj Pllll  4.00  lliM .iny lulml.ir, hut Culter'i hi>il.  Tlm MlPfrlorllT nf ('nllnr prutlm-H It iluti I.) over IJ  yrntr* i.f Hiioi'ljlMiit- In vaocln-n ami ttriiini only,  Imltt on CutUr't.   If iiriniitnlnniilrt. nr.li-i- <lln>**t,  THE CUTTEfl  LAUOflAYOMY,  Berktley, C������ll'������rnl������.  HERBALIST  t'ivi.. ihilliiri giiiifiiiiti'i-'ri tlfilivciy by-  iT-ili-iti'i'cil post Alvpr'i: Thrt'o llourH*  Tapn Worm lleim-ily. Novi������i' 1'nllri.  I'niiilcHi'. ��������� Write AlVor, run Slier-  lioiiriKi Kti't'd, Toronto, Qui,  PATENTS  Wllipniloiiliiuiu'li ti. Cu., lipiul offk-c,  Kill;*; Hli'Ptu. cunt, Toronto, Cuimdu.  Wife-'"I'ii lip finnk Willi you, If you  wero to tile I Hliouli! v'ortii'nly iiiur������,y  llRlllll."  Tlu.'liiiiul -"I've no olijpi'llon. I'm  not ("tilni,' to worry nlioul Hip trouble**  of ti fellow whom I KlinII novcr l.nnw."  "I hope," niiM oin1 rtll't' to iiiitillitT,  "Ihnl yon iiPver mi}; yoiir IiiikIiiiiiiI,"  "Only when lit- Ih lio.ttliiK llm niKH,"  wild Ihn M'poml oil'. "When ho Ih  llioroiiKhly iri'liiilctl h<> ivifiltni :, much  hotli'i' job ol*' ll."--l.utlli'n' I lump ,loui'-  nal.  Thr* C-i'Wsi r-Pin'r* l*nr. pfi'-.'riV l*v  r>������ voIph ft* 10, lho hill vott-il hy tlie.  chuinboi' for tlu- prpur-rvntlon of the  Imith'fii-ltl of,, \\'.iti-rlo*-. A plan mi-  iipxpiI lo Hip hill H|iPi'l(li'ri an iii'pii of  nhaiil LilfiO ai'i'PH of Hip hiitllftlPliI to  t      ,      ' '���������,..,,:���������} ,,,.,..,.,.:.,..,  I  >   *-     ........ I   - ..    *fc .    ������ J,,    '  ' ������������������>     ��������� *������������������..       f,--l ���������        ������������������������������������������...   ..k  to ttriiiilre compiili'oi'ily any portlo'i  rpfinlrptl, nnd innlip*-: llie novt rnnifiit  ftiilhttrl/.iitloii itpcoHyiuy for bulltlliiK  or l-I'mili-in.  Restfulness of  Flowers  Flowers -in the home* divert the  mind and1 rest tho weary eyes of Uie  housewife and mother.  A bouquet in tbe sicUrbom aids*, in  keeping Uie mind off the disease and  cl't'en starts the brain on a new channel of thought- thai puts the patient  on the road to recovery. '   - '  ���������Flowers iii tho office or on the desk  of the weary clerk or stenographer  will produce .such <*v telling* effect that  by actual comparison more work is accomplished by those whose eyes and  brains are rested by the presence of  those gifts from nature.  Artists visit the paries and gardens  to study the flowers, and:tlieir orbs  are wonderfully toned up by the refreshing glimpses of tho colors in na-  ,ture, and no artist has ever beeii successful who does not. study colors in  the' beautiful * flowers:���������Philadelphia  Ledger.  \Vhat a Woman Can  Do  She can do more in a minute than  a man cnu doin nn liour, aud do it  bettor.  Six of thom .enn mlk al once, and  got along first rato; and. no two men  cnu do that.  She can ,sr,fety stick fifty pins in  her dress while a man is getting one  under his thumb nail. ,  'Shu can appreciate a kiss from tier  husband seventy-five years after* the  marriage ceremony is performed. ������  -She can come to a conclusion without the slightest trouble of reasoning  on it; and no sane man can do that.  She can, dance all night in a pair of  shoos two sizes too small i'or her, and  enjoy every minute of the time.  She can walk half the /night- with a  squalling baby in hcj-'rsfnis without  once expressing the desire of murdering the infant.    , -Yi   '"  Slie is as cool awr^ctieiimher in'half  ���������a dozen tight tildes ijnd.skirts while  a man will.sweat and fume and, growl  in one loose shirt. ,.  She -can talk' as sweet as peaches  and cream to the woman she hates,  while two men. would bo punching  each other's heads before they had exchanged ten words.  She can���������but what's the use? A  woman can do anything or everything aiid do it well.���������Pearson's.*  BEST MONEY HE  ������������������      HAS EVER SPENT  Prof. Adolf Lorenz  One of the great benefactors of humanity, Prof. Adolf, Lorenz, the Austrian surgeon, who" fathered the system of "bloodless operations," was  born in Silesia,* sixty years ago,... He  received his medical , education at  Vienna university, graduating in 18S0.  It was in 18i),*j that he came into international prominence.by his successes  with a manipulation process called  "bloodless surgery," .a scientific system of bone-setting for the ������a-eductioti  of dislocations of the.hip-joint. It was  iu consequence of ��������� carbolic ' intoxication that he turned to the field bf orthopedic surgery. His successes in this  work proved to the surgical profession that it was possible to substitute' harmless ��������� manipulations under  choloroform for many mutilating op-  orations. By, those rapid and bloodless methods lip. effected tho cure of  hip, deformities and all forms of club  foot, without bone resections. He  nlso taught the cure of congenial dis;  location of lho hip joints by reducing  the dislocated head of the femur without opening the joint or deepening the  socket. ''About ten years ago Di*. Lorenz visited America antl effected  many "remarkable cures. Dr. Loren/.'s  contributions to medical literature include several important, volumes'- explaining liis methods of "orthopedic  surgery and these have been translated into nearly all of tha leading modern languages  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Lame Back Strengthened,  Stiffness Taken Right Out  Was Reiicveii in an Hour, and Curod  Over  Night  A, lame back? Quite unnecessary.  AH you have to do is.to rub ou Nerviline, lfs .simply a wonder for backache���������relieves after one rubbing. ''Nothing, possibly could euro an aching-  back faster than ' Nt-mline," writes  Mrs. Arthur Kobar, of Lower Chelsea, N.S. "I caught col J. and was so  prostrated with pain I could not be-'d  over. We always have Nerviline at  nome, and I had the painful region  rubbed thoroughly with this grand  liniment.. At onco the pain departed,  ihe lameness was rapidly reduced  and in an hour I waa a tile to be about  my housework. I was rubbed again  just before retiring, ��������� and aw6ke as  usual in the- morning without, a sign  ofjny. back trouble." .  There'is no sort of muscular pain  tliat Nerviline won't euro quiekiv.  thousands, swear Ly it for rh'ctimaf-  ism, neurlagia, sciatic:, ami lumbago.  It sinks to the core of the pain���������right  through muscle, tissue und nerv*���������it  penetrates where no oily, greasy liniment, caii go and invariably 'cures  quickly, if yo^ have an ache or a  pain anywhere���������use, Nerviline���������ii will  cure you. Family ' size . bottlo, vcrv  large, GOc; trial size, 25c. a I all dealers.  The Physics of tiis Emotiors        i  The   exaltation   of  victory     makes  wounded   soldiers  oblivious   of  pain,;  and    the    depression    of  defeat* in-  creasrs mortality.   If a cat i:; frightened, for ten or fifteen minutes by a  barking dog,  a   sample  of  its  blood  will,.make  strips of certain  muscles  relax when thoy-are immersed in it,  thoi'gh such a' portion of blood  hail  no  effect,, on  Uiem   before  the  emotional   disturbance.    Frightened   rabbits  show almost    conip.elt* prostration,  and/their  brain  cells,  in contrast  with  those of. normal  animals,  lake  a  deeper  stain    from    certain  chemicals, and.t'hei.  size, and  shape  are      strikingly      altered.      Finally,  writes  Fred   W.  Hastnuu,  in  "Harper's   .Magazine,"   if  an   ".[.dividual , in ���������  placed  in1'circuit    with    a      di'licale j  galvanometer and made-to lau:Vii, to;  fpol'sad.   or   is  sudd-nly    surprl.'-e.l,,  there  will  bc , nun em:mis  in  ilu*  in-'  struineiii   indicating  the  jinssagt'    ol"  small  electric .current.''.    Such  iuler-j  pstiug  scientific   facto - a*-,   thf*-*",  and '  many others,    mako  ic  clearly    pvl-j  dent   Uml   '.-nuilit'iKs   a re    Mtiiici)ii;i  more .than men.: states of mind.  NO ALUM  I  , GUARANTEED SAFE  -��������� Mr. Samuel Longmore, of Montreal,  medicine for little ones that are abso-.  hitely guaranteed to be strictly freo  from opiates,,, narcotics and "other  harmful drugs. They carry the guarantee of a government analyst to this  effect, * so the mothers whole littte  ones are ailing need have no fear  in using the Tablets. They cannot possibly do harm and never fail to do  good. The Tablets cure all childhood  ailments such as constipation and indigestion, worms, colds, colic, simple  fevers, etc. -Thousands of' mothers  throughout,* Canada say "they would  use nothing else , for their' babies.  They are sold by medicine dealers.or  by mail at 25" cents a bo.*-: from The  Dr. Williams' M 'dicine .Co., Brock-  yille, Out.  WAS  WHAT C.���������HANSEN   PAID FOR  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS '"  Had   Been   Ailinrj  for- Six   or*:Seven  Years When.He Took .a Neighbor's  Advice and Found a Complete Cure.  Mona, Man.��������� (Special)���������Mr.** Cornelius   Hansen,   well-known  and   highly  respected here, is telling' his friends  0 t^li i s���������s I n 1 pi c=b iit-^com plote~ou re^t rom  a  protracted  illness.      The  facts  in  brief are: He had'Kidney Disease; he.  took.,Dodd's-Ki'dney Pills;  they cured-*1*  him.   liut let'Mr. Hansen tell his own I  story. " . v ���������  "J. was troubled with my Kidneys  for six. or seven years," he'says. "My  back-was so sore l couldn't get out  of he'd in the*mornings. I tried medicines", bur, thoy did me no good. Then  1 met a neighbor, and * ho advised  me to. try Dodd's Kidney Pills. He  snid he hn* used,them in his family  for a long lime and they were a great  medicine.  "1 bought six boxes cf them, and  by tho time, 1 had taken three of  them I was feeling much belter. Now  i am (|iiil(> well, and I think the best  ninnqy I ever, spent in my lifo was  what' I paid for' Dodd's Kidney  Pills."  Dodd.'s Kidney, Pills are no cure-all.  Thoy simply cure sick Kidneys. But  they do nil that Is claimed for them,  Alihoiigh many plants close 'rhelr  leaves and tlowers at.,the approach of  rain,.lettuce ilowern open their widest  al such llniPB.  In on the Ground Floor  "I have always been suspicious of  good things," said( a well known'New  York lawyer, who'has a reputation for  a large philosophy. "I rememberwhen  f was a young man.I had an opportunity to get in 'on the ground floor'  of what looked to me like a load of  easy money.   , ���������=        '  "I consulted one of the old time  conscraytive men of'Wall street. He  smiled and said: 'Listen to this story  and then decide.*  "lA~jwi fir"������vri vi ng��������� liomeTTn*ni iglf  spirits tells her husband she"lias purchased, n new bonnet. "And,���������"'sweetheart,',' she said,* kissing him, "I got  something for you too." *J  "'Good.!' exclaimed the' happv  husband,    "What is it?"  '"The hill,' 'she said."���������New  York.Sun.  Soft corns are difficult u>, eradicate,  but Jlollownv's Corn Cure will draw  them our painlessly.  ' Live Stock for Farmers  Tho desire of the farmers to onpago  lu mixed farming is illustrated by, the  fact, that the Saskatchewan department of agriculture has recently received applications for ,fl 5,000 worth  of cattle, r.heop, nnd. swine, to be supplied settlors, partly for cash und partly on credit, Much of the stock niuiil.  be brought from tho u.ist 'to supply  the demand. Only tho host class of  animals will he furnished,  Keep  lioucc,  Minard's    Llnlrqcnt " in  the  Try   Murine   Eye    Remedy  U yoa hnvo Rod, Wc?.!:, Water*/ Eyes  or (Sniiuilntetl KyHiil**. "HWiii't Mmii*;  '.-.J-b'-the.-t Kyo Vain. OniR{f!.-,W ��������� JK-jV  Murine live Remedy. Liquid, '<!5c,;50c.  t.f������irlnr������ -xya Salve in Aseptic Tiibti.'  'dSc, 50s.    K'/c ItooLi Freo hy Ma if,  I fl:: %i"i '/Jala Oieft-I ���������"tor AM Kyo* Hint tw������rf Cm������  Sltr-vtae Kvo Rat:icd!,- Co.,. Chicago  m**m**m���������f*^m*~*m*m+ %\\\w*m i��������� ��������� m** pM_������__wMMM---W-a  W. N. O. I0O1  Professional  Ranter  Parson A,���������'.I'd luii'd lo act' people  Into llip church.   .  Dr, li,���������Hut I I'i* easier to do thut  ihim it. is to get: them inlo lieuvon.  Parson A.���������Ti'iio. Wo iiiliilsr?rticnii  only point tlm wny to heaven. When  il ciniiPH to hpHIiir pooplo thoro wo  nre obliged to full buck 'on tlm dos-  loi's.---U'nahlnglon   llernhl.  Jioo rtEWAno, jtoo  'I'll*-    r'':Hl0l'.M    Of    thlH    piipfll'       Will       l)H  1'li-nnfil ti) Irnni Mini them In til It-nut  film ili'i'iiili'tl ilLsp-iNit thol Boloni'n linn  bri'ii nliln lo t'ui'p In nil Its Htri(T'>������ nml  Hint Ih ''."ni-iiTli. Ifnll'ti Ciunvrh Cure Ih  Iho only positive ruin now known to  llm mi-vlli'iil frnioriilly. Catarrh bt'liiK a  (���������oiixilliitlomil dlnf-nt!''. rot|iilr(������������ n riuinll-  tiilluiml liviitnifin, irHiro (lutim-li ('urn  Ih lultoii Inloniully, m-lInjtr illrei'lly uprm  thu liloml fivd nnii'MiH-Hiirfni'i't' of th.������  Ki'iitnm, tlioiTby tli'Ulrp.vliiK thn foiintld-  linu nf tin' ttlsoiiKo nml ulvln** tlio pat-  If'ltt Kli'i'iiulli liy Imlldlni; up Ilio I'oMHlltil-  Htm ninl iiKalmliiK ii-itui'.' In ilnlnir ll������  wtiilt, *rim proprlrtitini .linvo ho imicli  raicli In Hh I'linttlvo juiwpi'h Mini tliny  niTi'i' Oin. lliiniln-il Mnlliirii for nny raHn  llm I It falls to ciii**, Hcnd fur list of leu.  Ilmonliit'i.  AililivN-t V, J, rilMNRV A CO., To-  Ii'iln, (>. Kultl hv all Uniuirlslii. 'lie.  'Y;Oii  lliiHu   Kit nu ly   I'liiH  for  consiipn.  I lull,'  'I wish J hint Inl.oii my mutJibr'H  advlcti when hIic hegsed nn; noi io  nmrry you."  "Hid your mother try to I(pc]i yon  f'om inuiTylnir; ymi?"  uO\i ti'M" 1 li'iif ii-i-mi'..<il I Ii'i* '"n  lllllll!"  Indl.-'u Dry Hcriod  In  hidla  th*- tAilon aro priivdcivlly  ploutllcHrt from I'pbniaiy io May, JUi'd  dryii'*i*n -ii'iitluiillv devt'lopH Intrt lmreli-  iiifiit iii.'i1  I Mrs.   Yoiiiik���������Ni'lllr.  can   you   riis-  (!l(ili<?  Now   rook--1  dt>-i'"t .ktmiv,   iiin'mn,  go nlpelyf -, *," ���������'  bill I can iiuigo  Hot Dofli of \V*ir (  'Say," wi'iii nn pjili.1 r^vi^itor to rii'ii-,]  ulor Olllti .lumiH of/fCeiitucky'. "you  cut do mc a Kiuiil Unit al .lhi> v,,u tl**-  puitiiiciil If >r.ii wnii( to,.nVniitor?"  "Wlint um I do for ylHi?"-nuked  .TnniCri. /���������**"*  "(lo d'������*'*'ii lhert������ and M't .1h**m to  i;lvn mo the franliiftiiltr prlvilPKo for  tlu'iii liultlis tin' Mi'xlr.iiit* urn light,  liu*; a<.i'or..i the f'-'l IM,;"."--h'utui"d-,iy  l^eniiig I'ost,  "Wasn't thoro aoiuolriiiiK aliout a  promise to levo, honor .Mid obey mo  In thai, niiirriago cerc'icny?" aiiko'd  Mr, Moektoii, "  "My goodiics?,, LconliUir.? You arc  like some of these politicians, who  never quit, talking .>.bnur. a parly plat-  form."-Winl.'.iigton   Stnr.  Helpless From Rheumatism  Gin Pills Give Prompt Relief by Curing  the   Kldr.eyg  Mr. Samuel Longin'oro, ot^ Montreal,  says: ".Tnai. a word ot! pralao for GIN  I'lLLS. About (Iftecnmonthii ago I  could 'not. wnlk across my room, su!'-  iViiin; .scvtiioly with Hlii.tini(itlsin. I  toolc OIN TILLS and became quite  well. Twc months! ago l had rheumatic Pnlii'i with Neuralgia. I resorted lo  (UN 1MLLS fiRulii I'fir ono week and  hoeniuo i-|iillo well."  TiOi'. a hex, (i for $:*:,&(.. Hum pie fine  IT you wrlti, Nntlomil Drug & Chonil-  cu I Co. of I'liii'ida, Limited, Toronto,  Anphnltum Area Around Athabasca  An nil i'X|)ort-*jwho Iiiiti jui-'t return"  ctl from ,Mliiiliiu:i,i l.nuillng from an  cxpliirnllou ttip (In<Jti*--,ii ihn Athn-  haspii tllstrlft rctontly opeiiPil by the  r.N.lt, l':diiioiiton-(';,li?iiry line, n������-  ports Hint Hi pro In an iisphnUiim nm*.  of nt h'liHt. lift mill's i:(|iinro and con-  l:;iiiiiig friiiii 170,li00,i)Ui1 to L'yo.OUu.fiiifi  UniH of llm mul'.'rial ho 'iscl'ul for  pavlhg nuiti'i'lal. The t|t*poMin are  from HO to HOO fci't lu tlepih. An  inidlyslH mndo ut llrltlHli, American  uud Canadian lahonitoi'li.'.' chow tin-  following criiiHtlliit'iiis: Heavy I'sphal-  liilll      Cl'IIMIIH. Ilii'.    **������������������*.% >    anpililillllll,  r'-.'-lalnln*",' !>*" 1 )������'!��������� ci-nt ' of l-ituir,''i,  llftjior cent,; hlgl'ly Hlllfloiin I'linil, Till  por, cpiit. A vn".|p of .fl per ton Ih  plufi'd tipoii tiio ileporiiiH, It in ex-  ptciU'il (Imt the iPi'rliory Hills illncov-  'I'l'i'd will he iiKiiln llini'oiiKhly liiKju'i't-  i it-., ..   i i , t  'v-*i     4i4'*>'l      t\      i\ ���������.!( <*i illfl.      |l'i        1iV   A       -  *      'v  ������m  ada will iiokkcsh n remarkable "-outre  of iiKiilinliiini which will (.-rcatly ni*  rich lho country,  "Doesn't ll nlw.' you u Icirlble f������*t-l-  itilj; whon' you run over a iiiniiV" ihey  linked him.  "Well, ir Iiii'h a larj;p iiiuii," r''|illi'd  tile niitnmohlllHt, "It iIoph |-,lvc ntu> i\  piclty touijli jolt!"���������Latin"-"*' iltiiin'  Journal.  Britain's Houses of Parliament  Great Britain's houses of parliament cove.1 four acror, ai.d contain U  courts, 100 staircases- and 11,000  .rooms. In the'hoiise of commons thero  are. only 4TG seats provided for the  G70 members and the chamber is one  curiously small for its ; importance.  The reason for this is said to be tiie  desire*, for g'oooJ' acoustic arrangements, which have also led to architectural beauty in the design being-  sacrificed. There is a proposal on foot  to . entirely reiuotcl tlie chamber,  which includes tlie arrangement of  ���������the seating tu'coinmbdatior. fcr members in semi-circular tiers on the principle of a Grecian theatre.  Ask  other.  for    Minard's-   and    take  no  *   while  liPii\cn  lie  ace,  the  bless  With' so thorough a preparation  al. hand as Miller's Worm Powders  the mother who allows her children  to suffer from the ravages of worms  is* unwise and culpably careless; A  child subjected to the attacks of  worms is always unhealthy' and wilt  be stunted in its growth. It is a  merciful act to rid k of these de-  .structive parasites, especially when  it  can  be   done, without  difficulty.  Bteas thc.B-jby  nicss 11*i������ liitie lipiirl, thi  conl .that lm. won the Kins of  for om- earth.  ... He  loves  fho light or  Cab sun  loves tiie uigiir of his''mother's '  He baa* no', lennu'd to dospise  dust and fo hanker after sold.  ���������Clasp him to your In art ai.d  him.  Hg   has  conic  into  Uiis  lam!  of  hundred crossroads. .  I "know not. how he chose you from  the crowd, ?:\ui, to /our duor and  grasped your hand to ask his way. ���������=  Hn will follow yen)' laughing and  talking and not a doubt in his heart.  ' Keep his trust, lead him * straight  and bless him.���������Krom "The Crescent  Moon," by  lubinclranaih  Tagcre.  Kevenge  .ludgc���������-It st-ems to me I have seen  yonr face before.  1'risoner���������You have; I wm;ht yoiif  daughler singing.  .ludge���������Ten years!  The Policeman's Friend  Li!:cwi.se' the friend of every man  and woman who is kept <onstanHy oa  their feet, aud Miffors from caHoiit-ss  and corns. The one painless remedy  isv'Putnam's Corn and Wart Extractor: it acts in- twenty-four- hours,* atid  i never .fails' to uproot the corn, root and  ! branch. Satisfaction guaranteed with  a 2~c. bottle oT Putnam's Painless  Corn and Wart 'Extractor.  To  Cure  a  Cold   in  One   Day    .  Take  LAXATIVE   UilOMQ   QULXIXH.  Tablets. Druggists refund moueV if it'  fails to cure.   H. W. GROVL'S "sisna-  ture is on each box.    25c,  Jries  Curiosi'y   Jus'.ified  She���������"Have you any s'peciakreason  for wanting to know my age?"  He���������"I "merely wish to know at  what ago woman is' really. the  most  "fascinating."  First Tramp���������"lis no coed calling  at that house. Them people's wegi-  lariahs." *"      . ,  Second  Tramp���������"That's  so?"  First     Tramp���������"Yes;    aid   they've  got a dog that; ain't."  To Investigate H.B, Fish  . An .investigation' into the lishcrios  of Hudson Hay is to. be made-by. the  department of marine and fisheries,  and a schooner with a scientific, party  will leave Halifax shortly. Preliminary investigations indicate that, the  bay and strtats arc, exceedingly productive of, superior grades, of fish.  "Did you enjoy yourself at the musical?" -      .    * y  "Very much.  oA musical is a great  relief after a series-of  card  -.artics.  .You don't have to take part in conver-  "saTTons or remenfber what tlie trump  Ms.1'���������Boston Record. **  * >   ���������       No .Quick   Asset  A rain in summer easily  ts worth a million, ao  But no one can collect it  Right away.  they  say.  -E-fflFF'TQ'AI I^IIEFE������Epc___.  -SrSs oiwpTS*%S'in imiirv v 3-i'iit a aiiiw^f"  IfvoiifrH'ourof wrWrus iiqws" "on-i- tiicHnuv,   -i*'  SlU-TKl! from MDNk.*.', ULKnnntt, MIRVOtia msEAbKS,     -.  CHRONIC -.VK\KNl'.SS,t;i.C.ERS,SKi:i BTlUf VlOMS,riI.F.S.      V  writs tor.FREE cloth BUCNi) umiiC\). book om '.  tliose- ilHen-.es. on.t wondK-rfci. cuRbs cfffclc.l by**-'-?  THE NEW FRENCH REM EDYi N������1 W������2 N-3     "���������'  THERAPIONS������,^r  lii<>renitily for your own ailment.  Abtolutrly FREE    ���������'���������  N'n'folltiiv up'clrculnrit; No obllaalloii*-,. Dit. [.KCl.lt.tC  MKII ClJ,llAVERSrOCKIll),llAMI'STKAI) i.o.Mias,Gs*a    ,  \VF. WANf TO I'SOVR TII!:R,vriON WlfcL CURt ������������������.*'  octors  A Ecttcr of Unusual Interest  Describes this Remarkable Cure  "Ik thoro much coiii'ipiiiion In your  office'.'" uHkPil  Ml.is {IklttU^.  "riuro!" lepllr-i the fiitnlniw MIhh  Sl'ldrt.  "rkt'Accit Vlit iiiu.it auA tha  clock."  You will lcaiu by reading llii.i letter liow incclical  'tors knock proprietary medicines nml try lo keep  people from using them nnrl leoniing of their value-.  This letter also shows how medicines of proven merit ofti-n cure the most enmpli*  euled coses nflcr doctors had given up hope, In this case two doctors said Mr. Myndman  could not (jet belter, nnd, in fact, he daily grew wenker so Ion**; na he. followed their treut-  men I, Thin is n remarkable victory for Dr. Chase's Medicinee nnd you will find the  dctaihi of the cuse interesting,  Mr. 'I*. Hyndman, runner, Rupert, Que, wrltn:-- "I had brcii Rtjtdtully f.iilliiR in  health for two years ami tried many retnedici, anion*; nthrn I mni !)r, Cluu'-'s Kidney-  Mver I'HIs and found llirin doinjc me good. Some nrlghhori told mc the Hotter* said.;.  they were lUnueroii-i so I quit tlieir iisr and went to the doctor. I'lt-lfr his trpattnciil I cot'  .so weak I wan nimble to ruixe my head from lhe pillow, and he told me that I had  Anaemia of the hlood und could never bc hetler nicalii, to I irnt for another doctor und hr  told nif* the name, I could not tnkr their mrdiciur and wai continually vomiting, so I  Hive them up and Raid 'kill or curt*' I will again (ry Hr, Clime's medicinei,'  I imed altogether fourteen hoxei of Dr. dime's Nerve Food and six hoxrt I)r,  ���������r.'l.^i*.'! K!*_n::^ Lin.* !'!!!>, ������..J nun I 1.0' ������*>oiL /ton* na 111 itick 111 mc uiui uni)} unlit  si-vcn *tt n'tjjht itnd \ don't yoVr nt it cillicr. Any 'Jiau lh*l tt i,-i).> u Sttm limit s it lui kinA  nt a job it li. I honestly believe that I owe my life lo Dr. Chart's Nervo Food and 1'illi,  and I prai������e them everywiiure I go. Msny of Ih* p*opl������ here u������<- thnn to keep th������  nyitem in cootl condilioii and prevent dlicaie,"  Dr. Chase'* Nerve I'ood ha* no rival a* ��������� means of enrirhinr flu* Wood ������nd hitllrltiif np the *v*tr-m  50c. u box, b lor $2.50, ill dealers or Kdnunion, Dates 6* Co., Limited, Toronto.   Write for booklet,  I  # r  ���������9C&-  THE   NWS,   CUMBERT-.AND,   BRITISH   COLTJMBTA,.  ciiWm WM  -   .*vb;   Vt'od���������������dnyihc\ AT CUMBERLAND.  j'x   dc    Carr_S>ewlar_d , IN Tni, mATTer of Sai,jh EIl-  ab. C. .i.\iV   ll/l'iai)i''  NANAIMO HOI.DKN "*3B3"������EE3___Z_3^^  .,���������'*���������*!*:jibing, Comp&ny.  is papor will not licl<l   itso-lt  ��������� ;'��������� :bio for tho opin'ions'oi' oth-  , -*.*-. it-iny appear in its columns  ,*. ihne lo time.  etior Tyson deceased, intest&to.  AND'  IN THE MATTER of the "OW-  ���������iial Administrators Act.'7  TAKK WrICE'.hat by ordor  of His Hoiii'i' Judge Burl*!**)",  nv.v.to tl.e 5th diiy of MovyiHher.  \'d\'6, I wns appointed 'Adminis-  ti'rtiur of tlio Estate of tho above-  nu-ntioniii.! docfiistHl, mul all p:u*-  lii-s huviiit**   ditims   nirainsL   the  r-*- ri  said ostnto ar������ liui-el-v roqnivod to  furnish siiinu. properly verified,  to nto on or before tho 18th dny  U������'('ciiil)(.'i*, 10i;.J. AND nil i>:u*-  ti".1.*! indebted 'tt; snid estate, aro  ���������vqniroil to pay tho anibiinl of  iheir indiVbtednoss to nu-_ forthwith.  ' Dutc-d this 11 tii day of Novum-  her, ]!.-__-.  "W. Wj'sr.uv Wu.i'AHi),  (Miicial Adiiiiniiitrator,  ���������Uuniborluiid, 1������. C.  ;ved>iesoav n"SE 80 lou.  >/\j.,^BR  NOTICE  .-���������; *, A iM'VSCA-:  TO '! A *>'������������������: A'i\>l  ':.*:: \h\rv.':. ���������   i  '������������������.I'I''':. b.  i,',w;h; h'-''\\  lint K*i]"ui-  ���������   .'. .- :������'ii���������o K.iiirt.i,*.', t*t'   Vtotoriii,  J,   -., *   n'n'.j. r 't licr:������t- ��������� to talc-s mid  '��������� -.-jfi ,iiii!iri.3 n* r 21 li.nu**, t-t w-ttw  ���������a-   . T?"u;.'i Or.(!���������.   *. i.i.-h tii.vs ia   ������  '   n**   '?ir- o ���������*���������')' tiirmi^i   i-.owwii-tU*  ���������>' .l-f'.fiip i s Hit i Sl*;*i*r* of Conr-  '.*.[ IJ i:s-l :t \w* t   if   M-j*'   Qftu'.kr.m  < r. 'ih- 'A.-ile-' wi 1. ������ ii;������Mt.'.tl it!. ���������'Ot'iO*'  * ���������>     Er-vJiti   in'l.v*y .tf.ii* ���������.������������������ill lie us-d  ...'inril i.it'.wiy '.u i������-i.-..���������-"i*i tiio l-nd  .- i.it-d a-: lJ-iiln-,-.}- Hi.*)*-, t.i Wxy.   Thi'  .i o'.-ii  [������wtod ij.) Mie r:r-j.it.d on   the  ��������� J diiy *-f A*>i 1, li)':-3.     'Ih-.!   -ipidioatim  ,-  ! .)- .T'j'1 iti tl.o o!!i'.-.** r f. t'u* \V.ilfcr Ilr-  -���������, N* n'.'V'.ctori.'i, IJ. ('-     Oi.'jt?c'*.*ioi������9 iim*"'  .. .">.*.] wiih the salt' \V;it r Keuordor tr  .-I*. Coniptrti.'.-.-  efoWater Rights  -.,- :.."iiv"i Uti'ltii /**, Vjcj-.'rii  i>, C.  -.. :-,-���������/ ...M.-iLT ..������������������ NANAIMO K-MLWAY  Applicant  '-'   Vi   UK.ISLKY  *"    -   *<;������������������'���������)(,  1  -. *..-.- ^ my"  -* .J i- .-;. ���������' *7'* T-* X;*      Y-.Y /"*< ���������"Y**"*f fT** "jD*  *j '.' :.,A. A. J-..;*iv      blU-" I I-wli'  !:0K A iA.'KJS.CT*:. JIG PAK.B AXD  UJiK V.'aTI*.-.:.  IVlTCE is hc.-jb.-' f.i'-en that Esqui-  v.i't .'; J'i..j-i *i:on Iv.iiKv.iy, of Victor"'!,  "y. ���������*' -.vi l'.iVi'b' l ���������*' - ! ������ vii'i tu take and  ��������� ..!������ LOS^OOO ur! ������������������;'.? p r -..')*, ln.'.M's, of water  . .: ���������..; Harx*y C r'-'-!--, -Vii Cu S'.y.va in a aor-  -.;i-r'y . i '.'Ct-Jo.: !.'*.��������� i*igh ,'>.*..i.vv-tialle D:s-  ..ii-i'.c .1**1 t-in:.i**i������-'- into .!) g_> lj^y, near  11 .K-.V.V. I CcvSj" Th? v/nWr will bi diver  i ."! ti _.������r-0-- ���������.**.���������> lre:'.-.i i-r.-.in  K:.ilw.iy  a-'d  ������,.,.i'h, :.-.a.l du-stitiDei.*', Railway UiSht of   to lr!e 0n or !)oforC th������ ld*h ?l -������e"  ���������TTT^^'fe"^-^*'^^-^^ Vdi?>.    AvKD. all part ice  . .-.-..--il na '.ho 3-tl <t y -<.������ A.pril, 1013. "~  -'���������.*������������������ * :.T>\i'i'cA\.:ii vill \jj iil-d in thu. ofiic-j  ������������������! '-������������������-��������� 'V.aoi- I'i c,**r*.i*-r st Victorii, li, 0.  ��������� ���������.*���������-..���������..! ..j miy bo til A *viti_ the efiitl  ��������� "'���������'- ���������Xtr Rt;������o."i'.ei* i v with  Uie Comy'iollfr  :  Y-,'..t'<. i" Kiii.tt*,  rirll-iiLOiiL r-u Uiiiuo,  '���������ioiorr., 11 (V.  V.^Q-IMAi;-! st tfAXAfMO RAILWAY  ApplioauL  \\. P.. _E_SLBY ���������  Agent  ������������������split!     . my"  IN   TLU-:   COUNTY   COUHT  OFNAXAIMO   HOLDER  AT CUMIUaiLAND,  IN THE MATTER. OF Dan ioi  _lngan'dewased, int"Stato, v.'ko  ,.   died at   Cumborland, IY C   on  Juno 25th WIS. "  AND  IN THE MATTER of tho"'���������Oili-  c'u'il AdiniaistrAtors Aci." '"  TAKEKOTIOE that by order of Ris .iioaoi' Judge 'Uavkor,  inadB the 5th clay of November,  1.9L3, I was appointed Administrator of ths Estate of the above-  hio-.ition.ed deceased, and all pay-  ties having claims .against the  said estate uvo hereby required to  furnish   paine,   properly   vc.rili^d.  V  WATm NOTICE'  FOR A LKJi-^TC^, TO TAKE AND  USK '���������-.'ATKit.  >.".')IT"!** i.-t I,c-rt'by wivon. that K.qui-  ...;' 7. '���������; -.ii ii.r.fi l-f:',ilw.iy ui Viotorin,  '. 0. vi.i !,;-.;>'���������,��������� L'i\i* uli*'-.;."*.' '.* Ui'ic unci  i. ������������������ i!'.'.'*,���������'.'.���������J;.);;h!' mti .n .' ;!*ti lioi'r.-i, ol waier  :'v.- ni I'liniMO C .fi'*, whiii'n fl.'.ivs in u  ��������� 'Vlrcr y dinati' n \\\vt,-ay,b "Ntleoii 1'is-  li'i'-t a.id utuiii' r -'Un i'-iviio I?������>uiiil vjcar  T-iib'is I'.;vit. Th". w -t.-i will bn Ainvb C, f  :it IKO-iijin'.roum fr-ua liiilway and w 11 ho  ..(twlf,.rrs311e1���������ni,".ilwuyplirpoiM on tho j ^    5;J    }      &f   N()VCIB,)8     jij-g j-.  ln|il'hi.-ci'ibetl a-i r..il vi>.\ rnjht i:f w., *, Uu., ,J ... ..  ���������������������������*,_.! w���������s pos^.l <'ii.L,M'oMl". ttaihV;ls   iipi������>irt*������'l   rtdrsiiiiJi-irftior of i  3rd city of AimM, I'-M-i.   Tlio niivlifatitai| llu- Entu'.c ol '.!i& nbos'i.? Dii'nIror.cd I  *'.i,l hi liV-tl  in   v.i i K'v*-? u/  t'.*.') V'.ilci j i'l-ccafctd, U-iu}   nil    JiarVtC'D   Jiiiviliji  R^ir.l.T, Vioi.o*,-'.i.��������� B.'J   0 ^-j-ii.ins ii.hj- | ci_.,i,JlB ajiainat tr.j Vuld \ib\U: nre  hnfibd "^^^-^^^l^'^^'Mn.^^^.i^a .��������� Ornish   Bamp,.  ���������mil .In i,''m|Mrnl.M*  vi W:i'i: li'-/;,-.t*i)' ,'.,.. if  Ji,iv.**..... n i.nki.i.:., Vu"....i,. 1). ir.       i proneily vcrifwr,, io tno on o? bo- ;  K-jQlMM.MiT A  S \S"AlMC'*KAIb\VAV '| loit  thu  if.'ib   day   or    FVenn.li.T, !���������  :'tn\iV,CAtii \ \h\%,    ANO.'ill .���������.'���������.".i^iad-f1.'-': !���������   '  indebted to said estat^ are rw-  quired to pay the aineiint of their  indebted nets to mo forthwith.  Dated lhis llth dny of November,  lUUJ.  '  "W. Wksi/uy Wir.r' kd,   "  Oiiicinl Adiuitiist-t-atoi',  CumbwrlrtiKl, B. C.     ,  INTl-Ii.  COUNTY   'JOURT  OF  NANAIMO  ilDLDEN AT  ...  CUM BER J. AND ' *  IN THE MATTER oi Daniel (>-���������  Corn. 11, also known "as  Dmiiel  John O'Cofiiivili. deceased, inL<is���������  utr, who died at Ciipc, Comi������or  td I, Rupert .DisLfic. on -January  2G, 1913.  AND  IN P HE MA'lTKil of Uvj "Oificinl  AdniiuirUrniwrs Aot.w  TAKi: NOTICE ibiitbyoidwof [  ilia  Honor   Judge   HarV,e.i, mtiil-j  U, V.    KASI.l'.Y   |Mli,#i ,,3|at,(.t ,..;,  1 urunt:nt, at  (1 ���������-:.  ... ,i  'ni  ls  THE CM'NTY (.'OUItT (,p],>m,^,',l'vJ';1-  , NANAISUtllC'A.YKX \Y       \    lh[f[['y' '  Cf:.Vl!'f'-iU,ANt/     "       j^'1'' 10K';ir  .IN   TIIK    MAT!/.It  i)V   .John',  Smith nl**'Isi!'''.-.!! .'i- 'hdm Hmyth !  docoiiU'ii, in <-.'iii !���������������������������.    '*li''*  tiit'd III ; _ ___   ll,.i.lM,u,������lo������.f.ily.M!H:*<.       i_"_lA^vri  asi> | WA..1 h  JK TliK MATJ't'.il ..( tin: 'Oninliil  Admini- i'i-iI'.'." Ax.'1 W,K A ,,:  TAKl'l S(r\'\r-K tint, bv   order of  Hif !l<>n.fr .Indp'ji.* I'ii^k^f,  mtuhr.   -i������r<-v* .  Ih" ������">th d.iy ','!   Ni*i\tini>������;r,   il>i.'j. '��������� u.h  I wa-i !i|ij)nlf*.ttj 1    A;ii.i*,i!i.,*-U*,.l.-������|-   ������������������'. '  of lh������ fv.U'.f' .<���������?   ll'.-O  iiiiovo-riaiv j1-'  t.ioiiH<l dcci'iiK-d. -l>d  i*ii(   rifiri''. '   ' '  riiiviiw chiii.'������������������'���������  ur.'.in*1'  t^,* i'ii*  (���������HlfttC-i������rn IiC/tibv iti-'lli*'''.>   '  lliilh (HIW'', pn.f.������:rl;/  mo oa or i.i'ftn* fh������: i:-  Deeontrjfcr. r.������lb\   A.\'l>   .���������:;  ,  i'u>t indtrbiiA to  ���������*.������id tiriii.-..,  wM\tn:\ li������ |-"*y  tbo a mo i in:     i  thtdr imlvtilcliiv-'J i'> ������>������������������ hul)\-\  ���������hi*. ;���������;.  ���������- ti*    '������ ��������� <  htXt VJt3. .ViiA-n..  VV. Wl-VLKV H'lMAKU. 'r.HQUlMAia  Uflionti Ailmioit-Uivtrir,  ���������0-ttv'i"'l'w*s li. C.  *3   3 -.(1  Si   c<  il  1  tl  ,. Voci  ���������etter  esome  H   DRRUGHT at "Joe Walkett's"  Jleoi England Hotel, atid iti Bot^  =~^__-Jtlea__at all the Hotels  A  Most Healthy * Beveridge   and   made  from the PUREST   of Malt  and .Hops  miwt spring  3_SS!M__������gSS_^"I__^___S_3 S_taE3E92iE!_EesaJE3aES__^^  ���������J  Anvthinff yon want  ancl whatever  wa)' you want it. Below are a,      ,  few <>f things we print |  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU wi!S be pleased  vnvnt ������v**v.i^r% v**-* w.u'CkjHA.- ������ir*iit,*tBfT*_w* *c*-j������ijii(ft u^������iit/*ftJu^i>)W-i������4riirn'^i <tu  LKTTKfniKADS  I'.lI.f.lllvAD.S  ('A.'" ''���������������������������,;-;'k;  LA i."j.I,\>(M'r'..fj  r.l.OTTKUK  noDaKns  POSTICUS  ,ihli iIT-IInAt TAGo  VISlTINd CAUDS  IlWsiNKSS -CARDS  WJ-r-bilvr, i'l'ATIONUUV  HALL IMKKIIIAMMKS  KTC., I'.TG,,  ICTC.  il   *i������m  vmCir      **_  Azy   sSi"  ll**.P**<*Cr**������-   -'*"*-*'..-*._*.���������������'! ������-*tf^������t F<4i ^*^'\fc-*to..*������M4--M.I tftH*llWM,l,'<t****-ff*H*<-_  i .+ -  I   ^ri *���������*���������.*���������--*���������' *��������� -���������**'  '���������''���������''a*!,,,i <*-hft^*������iwA._Jvy<������j,^������'fc---*u^>_^  C C) Ml B EBLAND   NEW*  ^  ���������^ ,ra__ OTrw3..raraEflrAm*fc c.  OF  Ii POSTAL LIBRARY  PROJECT TO ESTABLISH LIBRARY  SYSTEM   THROUGH   AID  OF"'  POSTAL DEPARTMENT'  Postal  Library  is, .a now idea,  '.here live no lire-  Address    Delivered    Recently'Before  the' .Women's   Civic   Club   of   Lethbridge,  by Joseph  P.  Tracy,  M.A.,  President    of-*, the  League for Canada  The .postal library  Being an, Innovation  cedents from wliich to reckon... In projecting il wo* must proceed upon suggestions,  calculations  and  estimates*.  There  are three requirements in projecting a-'libravy: Cooks, housing and  ���������service.    Let  us   therefore  consider  these'requirements in order as j elated  to the postal library.  As for Hooks.,   Let us assume ono  volume  per cai.lUi, that is as  many  hooks as there are - men, women and  'children  in   tho  whole  country,  will  be an adequate supply of books. Again  let  us  assume  the  average  cost  of  books for a* desirable collection to bo  one  dollar  per  volume, * (When  purchasing so many books the cost will  probably be much less).   The population of Canada is between eight and  ten millions. Ou this basis of supply  cost and quantity ten million dollars  . would   appear  to" be ' sufficient  with  which to purchase all rlie books required for the postal library.  .    As Tor Housing Facilities.   It is proposed to make use of the post office.  Thore are about 16,000 post, offices in  Canada.  Adhering. to the per  capita  ratio and for'sake of convenience and  economy the government will place in  every pos; office' as  many  books as  there are people in .the, locality, with  :i minimum  of  say  250  volumes  for  the smaller offices., By this plan the  ten'million books wiil lie at once distributed     proportionately    over    the  whole country and housed at the most  convenient public place in every community. *. If will bc found that the post  offices"    can   generally   receive   and  house such a supply of* books without  requiring    much    if  any    additional  room.   In smaller places the number  of books    will be :' accordingly small  and rent is cheap. ' ln larger places  ihe post offices will be found in buildings  owned ' by  the  government and  generally with space available for the  library. -Hereafter, of course, the government will include    the postal library in all plans, for rented offices and  government   buildings.    Now  let   us  allow -50c per' volume as the average  cost of installation���������providing stacks,  catalogues, etc. 'On this basis five million dollars would equip the post offices to operate the .libraries. Adding-  tlie cost of' equipment to the cost of  the' books we have a total" first, cost  " of- only fifteen million dollars to provide an adequate library for the whole  of'.Canada... This'is comparatively, a  small- investment for the government.  "OTftTTja tucslTiir wou ld~c_strasmi u ch-as-  this whole library,' books and all. For  .'���������tlie year 1912 the Canadian post ot.  lice  department operate.', at a profit  of  $1,410,000.   .With   interest  computed at four per cent, it would require  only $600,000 "annually'to .support the  investment   proposed   i'or   tbo   postal  nounced that the government of the  Dominion of Canada is now considering the suggestion. Many personal  endorsements, petitions and resolutions favoring the idea are being sent  to.the government from all parts of  the country 1 '     ���������'   ���������  The .postal library when established will be especially valuable to those  living on the frontier and in ..rural  communities, villages-' and I cities  which do not jiow have library facilities. For cities already having public  libraries tbe postal library ..will afford  a larger and more convenient service.,  Where-it is desired the postal library  can absorb ��������� existing public libraries  saving further grants of public money  and returning to the*owners tho value  of the books and equipment and converting the real estate and buildings  to other uses, but,, of course, where  those in* control may so desire, the present libraries may continue.  The postal library will,, make lhe  acquirement of knowledge much easier and more goneral and "knowiedgo  is power."  At. the conclusion of Mr. Tracy's ad-  dross a hearty vote-of thanks was extended to him and the following resolution  was enthusiastically voted:  -  Whereas, tho postal library as advocated by tl.e postal library league proposes* to supply the whole library need  of all the people of every community  in the'country and that without delay  and at minimum expense.  It is therefore resolved by ������������������ the  Women's* Civic club, of Lethbridge  thut we request the early and favorable consideration of the ��������� postal library by. the government of the Dominion of Canada.  This resolution1 will be forwarded to  Prime Minister Borden and u copy  will be sent to tha National Council of  Women requesting its support tor the  postal  library.       . ''  EDUCATING NORTHERN INDIANS  GERMANS ARRANGE FOR TOUR  Business Men Will Make Five or Si;*  Weeks' Trip in 1915     '  The . minister of trade and commerce has received communications  from Leipzig informing him that it is  proposed to organize a German businessman's trip to Canada, in the year  1915, spending some five' or six .weeks  in  seeing different' parts of Canada.  The minister has been informed  that great interest is being taken by  men- prominent in financial ancl social  circles in the intended visit. There  seems little doubt at --present that it  will be a very representative and important party,of ^exploration.  With refereence to the agricultural  tour of South African farmers, which  is to take place this year, fifty farmers, who have been chosen by the-agricultural unions* of-the' provinces; of  the Cape, the Transvaal, Natal, Orange Free -State and, Rhodesia will  make a, tour in Knglaud, .Scotland  and. Holland," and then proceed to Canada and the .United States,  will spend a month, in Canada  month to six, weeks in tbe .  States.  Rev.    Faher   Le Marche Tells of. Re  sources of Northern Saskatche-  - wan  For somo years the 'Rev. Father  Le -Marche has been living 300 miles  north of the city of Battleford with  his littie band of Indians,--gradually  educating' them*-in'fanning and giving  tliem the best of the white man's, attributes. The diocese lies in the Valley of" tho Clearwater,, where during  the last few years many. , ranchers,  with thousands of head of cattle, have  been located.  Down from his northern mission',  Falher Le Marche tells of almost untapped and little known mineral .and  industrial wealth. There are reported  to' bo enormous beds of copper e  traces of iron ore aro noticed In many  places. Forests of pulp, wood are but  waiting.for tbo hand and brain of him*.  to convert them into paper. On tbe  rivers, which at present afford means  of transportation in this northern district, there are .water powers which  when harnessed will supply thousands  of horse power to turn tlie wheels of  pulp and other mills and provide dec-  ricity for the communities,1 which will  rapidly spring up with tho advent into  this country of railways.  As far back as 1851 there was settlement, in this- north country, but  largely under the dominion of the fur  trading companies. In that year the,  Rev. Mr. Hunt, a Church or England  missionary erected' a rough church  which he painted with a pigment of  clay found in certain plac-js. iu the  r.ortfi, and it is reported that 'the  building so painted Is still in -good  repair.  There would-appear to be deposits  ot some remarkable substance whicli,  used-as paint, is practically indestructible, and withstands the weather for  an indefinite period, lt is -reported  that the Indians and trappers use this  paint io cover their canoes. An English syndicate is. prospecting through  this district to locate the various deposits.  It. has been noticed on frequent occasions when digging cellars that the  subsoil contained a large amount, of  rust,-and some, creeks north of the  city are so heavily charged with.-iron  properties as to give the water a distinctly iron  taste.  Engineers who were in the north  district last summer report that, the  country is easily accessible. for railroads from North Battleford, and it is  reported that America:.'interests have  lately been looking over the country  with" a view to-securing a railway  charter." -.  ���������   '���������*  ss  PLANS     NEARING.   COMPLETION  FOR JTHE   INTERNATIONAL  IRRIGATION CONGRESS  STEEL   TO   LESSER   SLAVE   LAKE  of  CANADIAN JGRAIN   IN   EUROPE  British  Past  Im-  They  and a  United  CHINA PRODUCED BIGGEST BOOK  i  library.   ��������� ���������  .-  '    As for Service. The, post office pro-,  villus' at onco the  best executive in  every .community���������with 1 rained clerks  with  carriers,   collectors,   inspectors,  and with a na'tion-widj transportation  system covering all railways,'steamships and stages,   In the post office .is  presented the highest known, efficiency of service.   Ir. if' already adapted  to tho transportation, collection and  delivery of mail, monoy and parcels.  The post office can with comparative  ease and with the least, possiblo expense tako on the library service. It  can house the books, deliver the books  and collect the books al. an expense  wliich will astonish for cheapness. By  moans of tlio post office the library  RO'.'vico of the whole country will bo  related.   Tho library nt each post, ofllco would naturally be selected with  reference  to local needs.    However,  since tho post, office department is operating lho .system nil libraries, largo  and  sinall,  throughout   the  country,  will supplement each other.   The postmaster having a. cull  for nny book  which is not. contained In his library,  will draw that book from tlio nearest  post office which has tho volume in Its  catalogue,     Working     thus     freely  through tbo malli* ovory book Is made  nvfilliiblo     to any  render anywhere.  Tlio .Inestimable    privileges   of   tlio  largo   library now confined to residents of a few largo cities will bo at  once  conferred  upon  ovory  resident  or Canada; however poor, lonely or remote, , '  Jt. Ih interesting to eoiiteiupliito tlio  perfected   service  which   tlio    pciHt.nl  library may provide. Hook*- mny be ordered hy nniili ilellvernil iih limll imd  collected ub mail.   Thero will bo no  moro necessity of going to tho library  In order to enjoy It. Tho postal library  will eoinn to you,   Instead of library  ���������r.nntroB In but a few cltlon wo will  liavo library extension to every homo,  office, ulinp. iininp, school, church and  Indue���������Indeed to ovory Individual citizen who,desires to rt'iitl.  The oxpiuiHo of this up-to-date service by tlio postal library whon completed with lho oilier norvlccs of tlio  pout, off I en wlll bo very low, Jt Is nullum ted that two cent.:, uixod on ouch  loan nt n book will cover the operating, conl. Simli ii Hiniill foo Is Hiirely  within Ibo reach of everyone, ospnulal-  ly when wo consider tliPro it no more  lot-H of time or expense in going to  nnd from tho library,  A poHtnl library  I'iiltl eonling .i.o Ittu iicttlh tti'tiid pa>  -the fee find nerve for line In nrdpvliii**  ii lionk. Postal library p.nrdH might  lm bound In lotn of 125 or fill ench and  would mako moist delightful presents,  Again, the iiiisriil library iiorvlco  can bn extended to Include music, roe*  Encyclopaedia Placed Volume, on Vol-  . ume Goes 450 Feet Hirjn  * Wilfred Morton is lending to tbe  London Library for a few weeks, says  the London Times, a volume containing two sections of tha famous Chinese Encyclopaedia, which he picked  up for a.small sum in a London book  shop.  The volume comprises sections 19,-  S65 and 19,80(5, and chiefly deals with  the subject of bamboos. The "Yung-  Lo-Ta-Tien," , or "Gren*. Dictionary of  Voung-Lo," comprises, as,pointed out  by Prof. Giles in the Nineteenth Century of April, 1901, 22,877 separate  sections bound up into 11,100 volumes  "each half an inch in-,thickness so  that, wero all ilio volumes laid flat  one upon another, tho column thus  formed would reach a height of 450  .ot, or nearly -Hi foot "uglier than  tho top of St. Paul's."  ��������� The Great Encyclopaedia of China  easily ranks as tbo biggest literary  undertaking in tbe world, hnvlng had  over 2,000 scholars engaged in its  compilation and containing a J.otal of  017,-iSO pages and 336,902,000 characters.    ,  Dominion   Position  as  to  ports Was Good for  Year  C.'l'V .Inst, Canadian commissioner,  in a ..report received by the depart  niont of tiade and commerce,*, says:  "In wheel during 1913, Canada improved'.'ber position "by "50,000 tons  :ov-er-J.912-and,by���������no_!ess_Lfhan_2f3_0_0!-_  000' tons over 191U Although it was  freely stated last year that Canada  would not' be able to maintain ber imports with normal crops in Russia, it.  is obvious that these' anticipations  have been falsified in .the event, the  fact being that, the German milling  trade is now so impressed with tbo  value of Canadian hard wheat for  their purposes that tbey may be trusted-to buy largely under any circumstances, and with Germany's'requirements in breadstuffs growing every  year it is believed tliat purchases of  Canadian wheat will continue on .a  progressive scale.   ,     r  "The imports of oats from Canada  aro down, owing to a "record harvest'  in Germany. The receipts of .Canadian feed' barley show a considerable  improvement, the cheapness and quality of Canadian barley having proved  attractive despite the enormous offerings of Russian barley,"  Delegates     Frotr.     Practically   Every  Civilized Country in the World A.-e  Expected at  Calgary, and  Exhibits  .  of Products of Irrigated Farms Will  ���������be Featured,  (Hy D'Arcy Rowo)  As the plans, for tho 19H International Irrigation Congress, which  will be held in Calgary on October 5,  0, 7, 8, !) next, r.ro gradually Hearing  completion, more people aro beginning io realize the great benefit that  will result, not only to Calgary, but  to'lhc.whole of the western provinces  of the Dominion, from this great meeting.  To ibis convention will conic from  :-!,0()0 to. *:,500i) delegates from practically every civilized country in th?  .world, and-in addition representatives  from many foreign governments and  hundreds of leading; agriculturists  thai will bring the total number in  attendance at tho sessions well up to  10,000. Among lhe delegates are included masters of capital at the head  of the greatest colonization schemes  of the continent; eminent engineers  entrusted with tho direction of great  reclamation and irrigation works; tbe  agriculturist, who, with the aid of irrigation, is making tbe hitherto unproductive land productive���������men who  have, the, vision ami capacity for big  things and by .carrying their ideas cut  are adding.to the wealth and population of their'country.  To appreciate the work that these  men arc engaged upon it must be realized that on the North American continent 'at the present time there are  some $700,000,000 ' invested in irrigation and reclamation works. Hy their  efforts in the negiliborhood of 20,000,-  000 acres of once'unproductive land]  ai--* now supporting many'people, and  arc,, producing anywhere from* 525 to  $500 per acre,, according to the class  of agricuture tha*. the owners are engaged in., , ,    ���������  The  question  of a building    large  enough to accommodate all the delegates and visitors that willatterid the  convention gave    the  management  a  little thought, but. arrangements have  been .made whereby  the sessions  of  the congress will be held in-the huge  Calgary Horse Show building in the  exhibition   grounds.   This   location   is  doubly suitable, as it will be,.possible  to have the land  show, tbat will be  held  in,connection  with the'convention, in* the,   neighboring    exhibition  buildings.    In   these   buildings   there  will be exhibits of products of irrigated farms in the western provinces,and  those in the United Stales that would |  be interested.   To all these provinces  and states invitations to send.displays  of,their produce .have been extended,'  ���������and-ifc~is���������expected-that���������about-25���������ex-7  h'ib'its* will be on hand. In addition to  these  district exhibits,:- both  the* Don-union   government  and   the'.federal  government, of the United States have  signified their intention of putting in  displays. ' This show will undoubtedly  bring a great 'many people Into the  country, and a conservative estimate  placed the probable attendance in the  neighborhood  of" 50,000. ���������  This  seemingly large number is quite justified  by "the unusual character of the exhibits, and by the fact, that this congress is more or-less nn epoch-making  event,  for  it  will   be  tho  first  time  tbat, such a body has held its meetings'  in  Canada,  and  it  is also  the  first  mooting that the organization has hold  sinco it. was-broadened into an international body,  Dunvcgan Line Will  Reach Valley  the Peace River This Summer,  Declares McArthur  ln the course of, an interview at  Winnipeg, J. D. McArthur, the well  known railway contractor, slated that  sleel bad been laid, from Edmonton  to Lesser Slave Lalte, a distance of  170-' miles, ahd that tlie valley of the  Peace River country would be reached this summer.  Mr. McArtluir gave out for the first  time details of the Edmonton, Dun-  vegan and British Columbia railway  that is opening up this last great west  and inland empire -thousands of  square miles in extent, lie also announced that work would commence  this year on the great waterways railway to Fort McMurray, northwest of  Edmonton, a distance of 1150 'miles.  This line to Dunvcgan and Hritlsh Columbia, will extend -100 miles into the  very heart of the Peace River district, where the settlers are reported  lo be pouring in.  "We have completed the tirsr 1T0  miles of the line to Lesser Slave  Lake," said Mr. McArthur. "We wlll  reach1 the Smokoy River, one of the  lower tributaries of the Peace River  this fall and tlie mad will be completed, to the British Columbia boundary  line in lhe fall-or 1915,,  "We  aro   already*' operating  under  construction lhe division of I'M miles  to the new town of Smith at the cross-  , ing of  the  Athbasca. river.  The  Oo-  iminion government has had,the conn-  I try surveyed, and thero arc thousands  of   * homesteads    available    between  Smith and the Rritish Columbia boundary and even beyond that point.".  The iwo new railway linos that McArthur is constructing into Northern  Alberta will lap 150,000 square miles  of virgin territory, through .wliich run  several broad navigable streams tbat  will give access to tho country for settlement. There aro at least 1-1,000  homesteads open for entry. The country is rich in minerals, gold, copper,  gypsum and petroleum being found,  .md there is coal everywhere. Some of  SUPPLY OF GAME IS  STEADILY DECREASING  W-.  GAME'   GUARDIAN   ASKS   FOR   ASSISTANCE   IN   PROTECTION  OF   WILD   LIFE  tbe coal fields are said tp be 30 miles  square with seams six to 1-1 feet,' in  thickness.       ��������� ".  When Coffee Was a Treat    .  Thero  are  ms.ny  stories about, fho  early uses of coffee.    Here is one of  them:  In the year IGa-i. when coffee was  still almost unknown in Englaud, Sir  Henry Blount, an" Englishman, visited  Turkey and partook of the, beverage  there. A German traveller had introduced coffeo to Western' Europe  about fifty years beforo that, but  strange'as it may seem to the1 coffee  lover, .Western Europe was slow in  adopting'this.. Oriental-bean. ' ���������  'So Sir Heiiry Mount wrote of something almost untested in England, lie  wrote: ' '"  . "The Turks have a drink, Cauphe,  made of a berry as. big as a small  bean dried in a furnace and beat to a  powder of a ~sooty color, in taste a  littlo bil.terish, that J they seethe and  .drink���������hot���������as���������majwbo���������enduued-;���������il���������is  good atalljiours of the day, but, especially morning" and^'ovening, when  for'that purpose they entertain themselves two or throe hours in Cauphe-  houses, which in Turkey abound more  than-, inns and alehouses with us. lt is  thought to be the old black broth used  so much by the Lace-demonians. It  drieth ill-humors in the stomach, com-  foretb tho brain, never cause's drunkenness or any other surfeits, and is a  harmless' enterlainmeiji of good fellowship,"  Open Windows in School Rooms  It is a logical process of reasoning  easily' understood, thai, sinco fresh  air has been found n boon to invalids  and sickly children, it is quilo as important to supply an abundance to  healthy children ��������� In order that they  may rotfiin tholr good health and develop as nature Intends children  should. In our day tlio gospel of  fresh air and sunshine should nood  littlo preaching; most of us accept it,  Hut wp do not always practice the  duct lino wo boliovo In und  teach,  Too mnny of our schools are over-  hentod and poorly vaiuilntcd; too  ninny of "nr ho-.ies and offices r.ro  human drying ovens, lt wuh found  at tho Hae.lie Rchool In Philadelphia  whoro direful tost������ luive boon made,  that pupils taught al through iho  winter In rooms with tho windows  wldo open, did hotter work, enjoyod  hotter lioalth, nud as n consetiuonoo  wore moro regular In iiltondiincio than  tholr fellows (might In tlio warm nlr  rooms.  CRUISER  ON  LAKE WINNIPEG  New Doat for Fisheries Department to  be Built at Once���������Equipped  With  Wireless  Preparations 'nro being mado for  the' construction of tlio new marine  and fisheries cruiser I'or Lnko Winnipeg, The plans have boon uccopted  by the department and tlio contract  let.for tho fabrication of tho material,  which will, bo done nt Hull.  As soon as ready t.he separnlo parts  will bo shipped to Selkirk, where the  creeling will bc done,  TIiIh cruiser, which is Hie first of  its typo constructed I'or tbo depart-  mont, Is especially designed I'or the  work It Is to curry pn, It will do  double duty as un inspection boat.for  die lake fisheries, and, as well, will  handle* tho spawn i'or lho hatcheries  on the lake, The cnmit ruction. Is of  steel throughout. H will probably  havo a full wireless Installment, so  as to bo able to keep In touch with  tho shore station nt The Van, and per.  haps with so mo of lho t-i runner stations In Winnipeg. The cost Is plncud  nt, ?inc.ooo.  Fire   Notices   in  Th*e     Dominion  just gotten  out  a  notice for use in  of  tho Dominion  National   Parks  parks  branch  has  new  fire  warning  the national paiks  of  Canada.    These  PARCELS   POST   WORKING  have been prepaied in a very striking  and .attractive form. Formerly such  notices were prepared on cloth and  were easily destroyed by the weather  and not Infrequently by porcupines.  Tho new notices, however, aro mado  of tin, tbo lettering haired' enamel.  Theso metn! notices will witlistmld  any 'kind of weather and aro far superior and much more durable than lho  old doth notices,  The initial cost Is higher, but this  Is amply Jutiillkd when the superior  lasting qualities of tlio tin over that.  of tho cloth notices is Uikou into account. The lettering is lu red and  block siiflicleiitl/ largo to be easily  readable at, u distance. At, iho top of  tho notice Is n picture of n forest lire,  depict Ing In n vivid ninniinr the ravage and devastating Inlluencn of fires  to tlio timhor resources of tho country.  , These notices have been sont out to  tlio various pu.'k Kuperintonileiils and  will bo poHtcd up in coimpl'MioiiH  phicuH throughout rho national parks,  ai;.:  cun  t!u.  1)0  IV  1,t,.l;  circulated  v.lJ.., in;:;.;���������:; ;,!! ���������*..  ul slniill expense  to utmost. pnrtH,  Again, with Htioh library nyHtom tiio  civil iini'vico would Include a corpH or  oxport llbniiiiuiH who yo-iiH bo nblo  to r.oniluet rcHonrelicu tor nnyono nny-  where on any subject ot reiiHonrtblr*  foes, nml Ihln service also could bo  ordered and supplied by mall.  The Hlt'lit llonoi'iibln It. L. 1'iirdi-ii,  pi-lino minister of Cawi-lii,   Iiiih un-  New Type of Wnr Vessel  Thn "Aurora," a light imiioiired  cruiser recently liiuiicliod from a  Hiitish shipyard, has boon di scribed  na llie Hii'iaUei-i and rustcst vessel protected by voiiital armour ever built  for our navy, "  This vessel has u displacement or  abom. !i,7(Jl) tons, and It) aboiit -lit) foot  long, Powor will he suppllril by n  bntlory of oil-burning onglnor* or :10,-  000 lii/i'iii1 power, i.iij Hit; iikiaIihihu  Hpnnd in ostltnntPd at 2(1 knntR, Tho  uriiiniiioiit will bo light, conslntlng  probably ������f hIx or eight tl-ln. guiiH,  It Is announced that this vessel,  which Is Y.ho flriit of Its class, Is designed i'or nttoiidaiic) en Ibo battlo  fleet, find th.'it Iti nd-HUmi tn bolnff  adapted to scout, duty it will bo ablo  to overhaul and cut down any destroyer afloat,  Income of Suffragettes  Tho 'Kuffragctto" nnno'iincefl thai  thn past yenr'n working of tlio Wo-  man's Hocinl and Political Union  shows thnt tlm hoadqimi'ter'H Income  amounted to ,Citii,0lli������, an Incri'ime  ���������CH.OOO upon ,t.lie* previous year  Livlncj Without Brain  Ueforo tho Academy of rielonoes,  Prof. I'Minond Poriie. has Just cited  il.o oiixo of a man who lived u year  with prnctleiilly no brain, Ilo was  d- years old, and had plight, visual  troublo, but nu alarming symptoms,  neither pnralyi-lH nor convulsions, After he had died from u hiiddcn nttiick  of epilepsy an autopsy was held, and  the doctors found that his brain wnti  simply ii thin shell.  Dr,  I'Di'rlcr  states  that    (he  Hoeiiis  to  difiprivi*  thoj theory  ,tpi.i.Iiil   pullii   lit  the   ijiii.il   i.u..*.t  tin* function!* nt' 'ibo bud v.  Post Office Department Issues Notice  as   to   Regulations  The post -office department has issued the following statement in regard to the parcel post service:  "From numerous inquiries received  from tho public on the subject of parcel post it would seem desirable to  emphasize Nt.be fact that all restrictions as regards weight and delivery  have been removed.  "Parcel post packages mny bo now  mailed up to the weight, of 11 pounds.  Jt had been the intention to limit the  weight, of parcel post packets to six  pounds (luring "-bo organization period  but as the organization of tho parcel  post was quickly made, heavier par-  cols have now been handled I'or some  time, it, having been determined to  glvo the public tbo, full benefit of this.  Parcel post packages may therefore bo  mailed up fo the limll above stated,  "Tho additional fee of Ti cents which  was (it firsi c.linrged on parcels mailed  for local delivery in places whoro,the  letter currier delivery "is in operation  hns nlHii-'booii abolished nnd this ad-  tlltlonnl too is not now charged,"  MUST  BREAK  WAR  SHIPS  UP  F.   Bradsliaw,   Saskatchewan's   Game  Guardian, Appeals to Sportsmen and  the  Public to Co-operate  With the    "  Authorities  In, the. Preservation  of*  Game. ��������� .  Appealing  to  the .sportsmen     and  public ot ihe province to eo-opcrato  with the authorities in the preserva- "  tion ������f the ganu.- of Saskatchewan, l<\  Bradshaw,. provincial  game guardian,  has issued a pamphlet' which will bo  widely circulated, While spring shooting is  prohibited by law,..it is still  thought necessary to urge the peoplo ,-  lo render aslstanco to the department,"  Unfair and Unsportsmanlike  ���������"The shooting of game birds In late,  winter and spring." reads a quotation  cited by Air. Bradshaw from a publication by Dr. William T. llornsley, director. ' of  the  New  York  Zoological  park, "is to bo mentioned only to bo  coiHli-mni'ii.'   It is  grossly  unfair  to  lhe birds, outrageous in principle and  most   .unsportsmanlike,    no    matter  whether the law permits it or not. I  think we have at least reached tho"  point where it may truthfully be said  that  no  gentleman  shoots    birds  in  .  spring.    If the ple.'i is made tbat if  wo  don't shoot ducks in the  spring  we can't shoot. Uiem at all;" then the  answer is  'if  you  can't  shoot  gama  like  high-minded, .-red-blooded, sportsmen, donV shoot at all.'   A gentleman  cannot afford  to  barter his standing'1  and "his  'own   self-respict  for*, a  few  ducks' in "the spring when the birds  are going north to lay their eggs, and  the man who insists on  shooting in  spring may just as well go right on.  and do various other thin'gs* that are  beyond tbe pale, sue    has    shooting  chickens on the ground and shooting  does or fawns,', Even among the wild  creature the breeding period of tho ���������  wild creatures is under taboo.   Then,  If ever, may the beasts and birds cry,  'king's excuse.'"  Strong efforts are being  made  by,  the United Slates.authorities to prevent 'spring  shooting,  and  whatever1  good they are able to accomplish,wilt*.  prove to the benefit of Canada.  Wild  Fowl  Less Plentiful  "Already," Mr.   Bradshaw   .points'  out;    "all our wild fowl are.not sen  plentiful   as the passenger pigeon ofj  yesterday.  Yet standing rewards  ag-*  grcgating $5,000 for,the discovery~of  one nesting pair of genuine passenger,  pigeons are still unclaimed. A parallel history might, heboid.of the buffalo  in comparison, with the reaminlng big ,  game of our,-province. The annual reports of our  game guardians    point  out  plainly  to  the  fact  that  nearly,  every spades of** wild life is decreasing and  the  question  arises,  is  our,  ,pi:o_vince_l.C^m:mitain_^  of tlie finest game" countries in"th������*  .world or slowly but. surely to follov/  in the" wake of some' of tbe suites!  to the soutli and tranquilly- await the ,  day when it will be almost devoid of  game and other wild lU'e so desirable -  ���������from the point of view of the scientist  and nature lover?"        (i  The game guardian slates that' all ���������  attempts to itccustom antelope to con-  .finement iri -toalogicnl gardens or  small parks have failed. Tbe animals  so con lined lack stamina and are subject also to lumpy jaw, which in wild  animals is uncurable. If this disease  is noticed at any time Mr. Bradshaw  would be glad to be notified.  Writing of means of preventing a"  decrease  in   tho  game    supply,   Mr.  Bradshaw says;  "What are wo going to do about it?  Our game laws, good as they are, and  so well enforced in tlie main 'by game  guardians and members of the Hoyal  North West ."Mounted Police, will not  alone save the game; our sportsmen  will fail as they have done elsewhere;  In fact, nearly every possible scheme  has been tried and found wanting. If  our citizens say ihe game must bo  saved, it will be saved, By citizens,  we menu every man, woman and child  in Uio province, not sportsmen alone,  ns thoy represent only about live per  cent, of our population, and somo of  tliein are prone tn hesitate when confronted with qiii'stions that might, interfere with the so-called lihcriy ihey  havo hitherto enjoyed without regard  to the future welfare or ihe gnmo,  Tint remaining nlnely-llvo per cent, of  our poptiHiilon have just, as much  riwht lo sny wbnt. shall be done with  mi rgnine ns ilmr,i> who tnUe their annual oM'iiralou In pursuit of ir, nnd  Ihey must tin I heir part If we nre to'  niiii'iHiiln (ini- desirable r.-piilniioii .ih a  province whei'e wild life abounds."  4  CIIHt."  Unit  i    it  Remarkable Wireless Phone Discovery  At the Eiffel Tower a. n.'iiiarliiiblt;  oxpuiinioiit In wireless telephony has  tnken place. Willi tlio aid of a special  , *    , , . . i    ... i   i  PI H,t'lU*.<*iCll    ll'U'll'l'     HH....J      I"1*"*'  by nn Itnllnn engineer, M. Marzi, a  tenor, could bo licnril Hinging at l.ncli-  en, near HriiHBoln about, 2l'i; nillos  from Paris. Thn nlr of tlu* wing waa  hoard finite distinctly, but the words  could not, bn dlHtliignlidiod.  A row days ago with the aid nf Ilio  Hiinio receiver,    It    was pim-slbli! by  wireless to hour it griiinoplmnn pluy-  ofj ini; thn "MarBi'llliiiHi*'' at a tlit-lnino  | of 02 mllon.  Study Air Currents of Arctic  .lolin Piitlpri'on, nf iho Toronto observatory, Iiiih left for a nip to the  Arctic, Tlin object of I lie -expedition Is lo study the "nlr tiiirri-tits  in lho Arctic, to Inspect the nmteoro.  logical iiervlcti Hint ions for tho government along the Mackenzie river, nnd  to moot the Sti'fiiiiHiioii party at Port  McMuiTiiy and provide them with In-  sli'iimeiits for tarrying on their work,  Mr, Patterson will proecoi'. by train lo  Athabasca ..undlng, nnd ihonon up  tho rlyers to Port McMuiTiiy, .from  whence lit- will Mill tn Port Hmltli mid  proceedto thn Aral-- along llie course  nf the' Mneln-ivle fiver  f-JBh ill Hudson Ony  An Investigation into tho Jlsliciies  of Hudson Hay Is to b,> mndo by (he  department of niaiino and 'Inherit',-1  and a schooner with a veloiitltk* parly  wlll lejive lliillfiiv ������������������.lini'llv nftei- I1"'  opening of navigation, Prellinliuiry  investlgiitloiis iutllci'ite that the bay  and strolls aro exceedingly productive of superior gnuliMi nf fish.  Condition on Which British Admiralty  Sold Obcclcte Men of Wnr  .Among tb(������ obsolete wnrnhlps sold  uf PorlHiuoiilh recently wns lhe bat*  iloshlp Renown, which wns npnclally  llttod up lo convey the king nnd <|iioen  In India for the Durbar In VMifi. Tho  vessel     w:.;;      sonired    by    Messrs.  HugheH, llolekow, of Mltldleriburoiigli,  for fluri.OUO,    Tho only oilier  buttle-  ship sold wns thn Itei-.oliitton, launched In  1KIC, nntl she was neciireil  for  i::ir>,liriO.   Both these vosiii'lrf iiiunl. be  broken up wlihln a year, but two light  cruisers were nold without. re**.trlftlim.  The Porto.  /:lH.nOn. m llie Shipbuilding ('it.,  Iliilliiiul;   nnd v the    .Mcdcii,  .CMi.T-'te,   lo    Mc'risni.    (ir.r.'ihnin,    of  Thames sired, London,  U.Q, linu Popu'ntlon of 08,000,000  Continental Pulled Hiaies now has  , ..        .       ,     ,.       i ���������   i- \ i-1. .  ,1      |l>'|llll.4.l"..     ���������'.      '<>������'l'r     I.I..1.      ���������  .1.     >'(     <���������  J  people white the I'lilllltr*.' wllh it*"  powi'i'lonH Is peopled wiih more thnn  nu.WiOU.Oiin pi'iRoim, the census bureau  aiinoiincid rec-i.tly, ('''m-n,** (���������.\piits  havo rnleiiliui'il Hint the population  of cmilltieritnl Pnlted Htntes nn July  1    ilii    ..i'i   ii" ti������ "Oi ";>r  .,., .1... i   fit  \\"i:i<A) ou April lft, lino, when tliii  last ceiituif. was taken.  New Comet Has Been Discovered  The lirst ���������comctary discovery of tho  year has been made al the Putlilwiiiip  obsirviitiuy by II-mt Kiit/.'.iigei'. Tho  new comet has a tail, nud is Kiiite*! to'  be of innin.ltiiile HVj. ���������"������������������ P'Uit ll Is \!i'*  Ihln lu n Hit'scope of moderate slzo.  When discovered al. II n.ni,, on Marcli  ;to, it wan iu ItliTbt AHcoiiiiloii' li'-tb,  llm. ���������ids., Smith Declli.utlon <i 0* g, I'.l  mln. The predicted position In It,A.  Hill. 'jnm. filis.. S, lied. 7 deg. Ml lulu,,  the dully million being -lin., tis,, North  ���������ll! mln.  'J'hi! eoir.i't Is near tin1 ".'tii. '."..iu.  Ophluebl, nntl ib-os about 10 p.m., ho.  ing duo smith at. ....!(> a.m. Jt. l**> uh-  vloiis fruir. Its position that li is on;-  hide thi' ot bit nf the earth, and it l.-i  probable ilml. li jn now approm-hiii;*  llie hum. hul, lr It linpii'islble to i;!\e  n tletlnlli! rorri'iii'f ot Us development  IT-  Mil  .-fl-, o,.  nl not .-.,* tniv  ���������nil.,  Want Indefinite Sentence11  Tbe   I'Vili-Tdletl   Women's Hoclellon  or   Hi iin.my haw. dceiditl to petition  tlie giiM.-riinieiil  to inn lm It legal for  liiilellnlte reiileueeii i>r  Imprisonment  New C.P.R. Tiifj Launched  The new f-'.P.T'. tug, Nnrnniiitn, built  for towing freight barges on Okiiiiu* J liven iinlll  gun    Inlte,   bns   been     MH'Cfnn'iilly(years old  Oldect Mnncn Alive Nov/ 100  The oldest Macon in Hit  come to iiinko his home vi  In*  is  A brum   Kllllehii.ie,  Oi-loLer .1 lie will be lull  lie was born lu Wntfrford,  lll'tleiit  their wives and    c'illi!-  who  r< n.  Nuiiiernu'i hpenkerii at a meet lug of  die ������������������(I'leilt**' hti-ted that there wan in  wrold lias jollier way nr combating tlie danger to  Kliighvilio.  the  lives  mul   moral-"* of  druiiltiirdii'  mid   ir  li->)futilities.    It  Is propnr-'d  ilun  d'link-  ! long  ihey  nriln i-iiall  be kept. Mi |H,itiiii as  nn then- In any piolmlill'ty ihut  launched,    lt. is nf  steel coiivti ui-linii j lie  and was built al ('kaiiiignii banding,    'lb:  jtn  li" d iin.i Mi'.biiim Iii W.-li-ilni'il in  | \M-uid  llbllrt-  liim I'urllnT  Uii-.r  t'XCe*.  libfit*.  ���������en,  l>), C'lllilllt^ <***A*tU ������3a Ww<(.i ������������������  ���������mwmi*, **. %#*u.%f t***-iiii^-wt*.*tMM(iM������M*������������^(������t^W������**i  r *J>     ���������   ���������     -  WMOM|lW--������������������>������Wi^^>ltJ*kf^������tfc������l^  Mi*,   t'-' -H1  ���������'riTE-- *���������������VFS; OUtt-KKlH-VAMD,. BKITISIT COUUKIBte  SALE   OF  -of-  Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains  ri . '  r'v.rtain Not, regular 60c , now 45c por yd  ��������� ���������.���������..������������������..lin.   Not, rogular 40c now 30c per yd  Curtain Muslin,   Tegular  30c now 20c per yd '  Curtain Muslin,   regular  JJ5c now 17c per yd  A good li'!*-* of I*ace Curtains in  Kcru  and' White, rcuig-  !!���������;_������������������ froiii %t oo to ������5.00 per pair, -it 1-31x1 of!  Tlie Ptsrrtiture Store *  Mcl'lu't Illork, A. IVlcKINNOKT     t-uiiilwrlamt  *.���������****���������". >>i������<tt:_������in_ta--*lwwiC-1 ������������yi������f.->r.t**������i**at**t  Hosrrior Coal  Mines Closed  Ualgat-, Abu , *'!t ue _Gtli.���������Twelvehua-  <l <d tt,intra lutvu bc'ii thn.������-n cut of  \. ork ini'! ihe tow.i '.it Hiiiiner, n-ar Por-  i i*>, IJ. C, is ub) tt to bo tibuul'inotl by  i -t pojiulttioti owing to tbo fact, that the  c .al minoj nt lii'il p >iin o.vned and opor-  iited by the (jAiiiniiin*'l>aciflc railway com--.  t);ny, Ikivo bent shut down. Tlu- work of  tl stn-uitlirig the innoliini'ry it well uuder  *>v ij', .        " ,   .     ',.  Merchant,-*- and proper Ty o*-' nsrs, in the  (nm are almost; p**.''*"! r..\\ with feur bo-  Ciiu-sc their interest-- lire, wmlbless once  ,lh.������ mines lu.ve cl> s- d for gtod. eoal min-  i.;; heing tho billy indus-iiy liiai tiie town  jiiissossctl. Humor*) to tlin i-iTcct the'  mini's wou Ul be hh tit down had been prevalent for some timo, but ibe, citizens of  1 lie town had b3cn living in iiepo 'that  -.he ropor.s weto unfounded. However,  <he climax came yesterday whi.'i tbe wotk  ���������i;i" tlis.iiauUing the maoliiutuy of the  jnin is w ti c mn'icnoed and many mirier*  >��������� iin were not burdened with fcuniliee left  . rfi.r o b;r j-oinlt*.  Thu llosuier mines b;id been a dina;.-  pu ntineiu from tbo start mid the develop-  mviit w. r-bid be.n going ou at a heavy  1 iss iu h pes that something would ma-  l-ililx*. It wn fio'illy.decided to close  t;u: tjjino as it could be wori.cil only at. a  c u nt '.O&b.  The  ub mduning of iloamer will  make  , l 10 fcc.ond deserted lo-vn in that distriot,  ������������������. o town ot  Morris-.ey Ijeiug iho  first  to  ' li> tibi. dined owiuf-. lo tbo failure uf the  . 11 e.'t.) pay. I; is known milbous of do]  J .ir wyi'j i[eut in Irving to relocate ut  J'l .i.riH-suy an.l it it uiuL-rs'tioi almost as  inn h was lo.t *<t llusnier by tbo   Canadi-  ���������   i.   1 aviti j'lMilw.iv uo.np tiiy.   _<f. _���������  SUMMKIiyOi-iKpULK. '"'  "' Trn'tit! \yill urrivu  at    CJunihor-  ��������� JJu'il IVtiiii 'l.'ii'io'n lii-v nt y 'dO, 'on  , 'iVio'lfiv, Tifiiisilnv  nnd .Siiruriiiiy  rit'lUut's, aiid will li'iuo fur llu inn  l!iv Wt'.lni'sd.'iy  fitiil   Kritht.y nt/7  1 *  ���������|  n  iih' niDi'liiMt;'.  0    ) )   IM   lilt'  t'.:i-tiiH'". in tin  iibP, nil   Huliiriliiy  "Mii'i'u   is  IS. S, Cuwicluui  .('Vt'llliiir  p.  dull  i-AViNt;   M AC! 1 INKS  *   I'AIKI'.l)  Riv  'i li   Sin'ier i\\.\o\)t   is   ,11'ouih.I  <'V;,iy tnoiuli.    J.e.'ivt'   watt*   or  d-'is nt   lin:   ������'iiiiibi'il.'ii.-d    jN'cws  fliii'f, nnd they will he mii-niled  10 prom pi lv wlien th:-   fi-icut m-  ii- r>        u,    '  (At  lives iii town.  J  j   (JO TO���������  I  HUGH MITCHELL  koi 1 voi:ii  flenl Biacksmlthing  -AND *-  Horseshoeing  Tllil'tl St. CllMl!."f!li;H  Sjtywnn! J.mul Diitiriut  JJiif ii?t nf Siiyw-ir'J  'Y.\KK NOTICK thai; .Tii-diu D-rr t.i  I 1/.ci Ciiidty. l''umA, H *-*, n'iM.|iHticitii  fiintiT, jiimkIh to apply for jn-riii'^ ion  I   ,    1 >...| nmi t "���������"��������������� li Itri-i m|i i'i. drll ,.il !n*tll������'  ��������� oiiinici.i'iti),' ut a i./0't [ijiiiti-.l t 'it <;l'Uin������  I'litt 11' llvtieitith I.ikt', on lint of !',(' I.,  ('1 llu No,   171, thMlt'iill-ti f'ltliilM med t������  flinin 1 f In-'ti f th^tw.'i tih'T.ii ������t|<ni.   I Jnlit'  i .   11 ������-i.iutli"0'v,t':'l)  dinciitui.   t'".iiti*'*n  (���������'. .*���������-.   tn tl'������ tnti"r.in:'i.|i) ������'f   MktlJM1  . f in 1 in I) rr 1'ir-* tat-tinii i Mi'tic 11 Ttli  11    ��������������������������� ��������� iii'i'ii-ti bn* ti it 1 |j������ 1    ��������� . ;-,-(.'  .-I'.i'.i " ������'i-iiii*h , .'j.i'l lin t.iii 1 (,: ilii* [.*.;  1  u"i ������ ,*  JU.Vi'iN lUU'l  Irtinf el Ai'i'lieaut  U.ttd.MM'^rtb, HH-*  cancellation" of ri.������^  '_si.*:kvk.  NOTICK IS 1IKUHHV (ilV-  I-CN tliat, the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in the iSril'i.sh  (-'oliniiliia O.izeUe on the '27th  day of DeeeiulKT, "1907, is 'can  celled in so fa** as it relates to  lands,covered by Expired Tiin-  ber License No 42936 and  known ns L n Ko. 374,. Sayward  District; ami Hint lhe said lands,  wiil be ooened .for .staking   for  1 .;* j   *  pre-emption as'finsuiveyed lands  in compliance with lhe provisions of the ������������������Land Act" at 9  ,o'clock.in llie, forenoon on Tuesday, August j r, 1914, .For  fii-i'iher information apply to the  (���������Jovernment Agent, Vancouver,  Hiiough whose-office all applications ni.ust benu^.1.'  ^������������������^���������F'-'/Vnt k n \V IC K,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands   Department, l Victoria;  IJ. C, June 10, 'i$c4y  ������-_XS)������������������(_*������(_������������������  -5Q-  w*-*.  and -.  epaiping  shop  ISfrs. J nkiii.-', Projirutor  Gontlcir.en's Suits Cleaned and Re  pnirer'.   Ladies' Work a. Special'*/  ���������'Lot Mo Dye For You.''  SHOP AT No. 8 MINE  CA><OKLLATIOX OF RK-  SURVB.  NOTICE IS HliRlvBYGlV-  1'vN th.it ihu reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under the .sea  fronting on Nelson and Newcastle Districts, notice of wliich  appeared iu the IJ 0, Gazette-  on tin; 6tli day of January, 1910,  is cancelled,  Ji. A. Run-wick,  Deputy Minister of Lands,  Lands Department, Victoria,  IJ C *>3i-(] June, 1914.  Miss Maggie McKeu/ie was a  passenger by I'liilay's oti'going  steamer,  MARQCCH! BROS    '  GROCFF?S*-';��������� &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS,  Agents for Pilsener Drewiug Company's UKKR  Wholesale Dealers in* all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  , 1 01  l,        SECOND   STREET j  I^f^^*^#***,^sivs--W������*^MM*^^ >ViV^(^V������*^^^\J  '' *i *���������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V,0.,LL.D.,1).C.L., President!  ALEXANDER LAIRD, Ceneral Manager JOHN AIRD. Aos't General Manager  G&PiTAL, $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13i500l000  FOREIGN BUSINESS  This Uanlc odcrs unsurpassed facilities to those doinf*; business with  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purcliaso and sale of  Sterling and other Foreiyn exchange, drafts ancl Cable Transfers, and  for the financing' of imports and exports of merchandise.,  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITF, Minoger  fl Good Bottle of Pilsener*  with your dinner makes you. eat better, sleep  better,   feel  better.  P1L.SENER BREWING CO., LTD.  also distributers for U.B.C and   Newlile Beers', Nanaimo  inil|l|||||lllll||llllllll||||UIII!lll!!liilllH  A very nice sized luill is beiiijj  erected on lhe old1 recreation  grounds. This will be handy  for the people of West Cumberland.'      ,-    '     * .    ���������  ^������^*-X_)������^^^^  Mr. Harry Creech" seiids rs  word from Victoria, that he has  secured lho fanions ��������� Kirstin  Slumping M.ichine, which he  will demonstrate'on liis ve*urn to  Cumberland;. "We will have  plenty of stumping machines in  the district before the next pro  viiuial election.      , ���������   ^,.  ��������� The Trent river bridge on the  E. & N. Railway was completed  -M on d a.v_a iid__l]'e_lai:Liij__x)f__lhe.'  steel into Courtenay will be a  matter of a few days only. ' It-* is  .Kaid i)k" railway will not he opened for passenger \rafi: until  rhe first of A'igii-st  TRY  THE  HUB  ������  I't'i'    vi'iit'   Snitlii?!,  Sothis,   hu*   Croain,  and    C'onfoc-t i<jnory  FRUIT, CKJ.ARS,  TOBACCOS  I Wood   Woodf  Wood       I  Now is the rimo to placo  ������    yonr  order   hn-    SLAB ^  %'   '-'          WOOD''          , ������  ������    ������2,50... nor. Ion bio load $  ���������vi                    ���������  ,"*���������������  l-'roin The    ? (S  Star Livery Stables |  s-:@������������<_-������������_#-������������e ������@s  ������  The first  shipment of our spring "stock, of  Shoes have arrived in  Men's "Tan and Black Button  Ladies'Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede ins  . Lace and Button  Watch for our Sale*; of Odds and Ends after  '. Stock-Taking  &  I  B*;  ������  I;  1N THE COUNTV  COURT O!���������  NANAIMO UOLDKN  AT   .  NANAIMO.  IN TIIE MATTER OE   Ilenn  a  Willie"  ������������������(���������������<_������������(^������&������������������(S������@C-? S@������  MKTffODlS I'C HURCH SUN  DAYSICRVrOKS.  Public Worship���������Sunday, 11  a 111. and 7 p, in.  Bible Study (S. School) 2 30  p. ni.  Voting People's Society���������Mt n-  duv, 8 p. in.  Ladies Aid���������First Tuesday of  every month, at 7.30 p. m.  Richardson  Sluiltz,���������d-.-censi'd;'  in  ti'fiate, lato of   Slraiidby, Rupert  District, 13. C.  ��������� ' AND  IN THI*; MATTKli.'.ftlic "Ollicial Adniiiiisu'.'iti-T'*, Act,"  TAKF NOTICI.C ihat by order of His Honor Jud^o IJarkiT.  Hindu on ' the lUth day of June  I01+. I wns ,*-,appoiiiii'il Ad-  ltiiiiistrator' of the Kstnto of th*"  nbove-moiitioned doccasnd, and nil  parties havin j; claims against tlie  said estate arc horohy1 rcquirod In  furnish same, properl)' voriliod, to  nie on or before tlio 15th day ul  July' 10 Ll-. A-ND all pur.  tics indebted lo said cshitc, \u\o ru-  i]iiirctl to pny tin* iiiiimml of llicir  indubtiidiicss to 1110  forth with.  Dated   tin's  JUlli   day of -Ium  10 M.  W, Wtst.rv Wii.f.Ai-tn,  O.li'iul A������liiiiiiistnittii',  l-iimbei'land, JI. C.  FOR SALE CI IK.VI1���������A   five  room cot-hit*;..', uu Rciiritli Avenue  Apply al Id ���������.���������nl Stun'.  LAND REGISTRY   ACT.  IX TIIK MATTKIJ ol'nn Amplication for ji fresh CVrtificu c  of Title to SvcMoii 5 Comox  Distiict.  N'OTICl-iis licr-by nivcu of  my intuition at the expiration ol  i;itc C.'ilciid.'ir mouth from the  fi:v.i piiblic.'iiiuii lu:nof fo issiic a  fu sh Certificate of TiiR* iu  lieu  r.i.     r\ , 1 in ��������� .1      r 'IVi'i   .' >  IO TilOllliiVh   JlCCClofC  L'.-ijllwl     lf.il-  0011 oh llie 31 d day of September  rKQi, nnd numb'.-rcd 125'''/' A,  -V11 i<.** 1 h ts been I-'.st.  D.lTKDai liln   J.atui   Rc������is-|  try Office, Victoria, J!.  C,   tlrs  23rd day ol June 1914.  S, V. WcoTTon  |,-,... *.ir (',. ,,  in] ,,i 'J* ff-.s.  ! I���������'���������.'.      I- r.  v, D'lui   b ���������  if t' e  : y co.lid iilKord a wfl-ctirj; c; r .  'A'f  ro<.'3   tviiifidpjtt   tfir   \m tr  .���������ould bf ��������� i*cui<d ,\t a   low   rale  The ''Booze" Has Him-  Ho Can't Quit!  "Ko" in piili tpK, u 1'iiHin.iM.tmii), or 11 wiij-c-ianini,  witli fiiiiiii)ilii,/ifitl(.nt 11 [iou him lu|iflvin(,'lii hlni, 'JVi.  wurl 11, iiiii-*,'iiij)itli.iltj, H jmltfo'.' by nxiitiiiunm)'. It  kimwH him tor nn hub luul ���������liiinlt,������nl nml it. liim.tlh liiii  oh boyoinl 1iiii)6--i1ik)iiiii,1,   Jitit ihat mitn ������ 11 tjtii:���������  Yes, He   CAN Quit-end  in  Three Days, Too !  Alcnh'tliNm in NOT n tlltniiwi. Til" (i.illin tlinmi  h'h h m Iml tn 11 fyntoiti Unit 011 ri"*-, ������iitl ijiiid-i p������ mnn .1  th. No ilnij-H, i.it liypniJiinJoi'inlii iiijui-'tfuin���������j 1-.1 wh  PVci'lliMit  fniitl     priVMiy   |ll)(l   Itirblll   HlO-lic i-*f H   Vt)'  o:;lv tju;::j; day-. ,t:..;,. irthrr i.t- ������������������..  ]A t '. w imt *��������������� \4-.*tt*.ry to yt t\o\o, iuul li (tn iui,*n>Ml  t'ti in '-i 11, fvtiry cunt pit ii I iiri'fuin'oil willu.iil i|ti(Hltn  < ro. iiimtiiit,  This is NOT a Gold Cure It is  The Only Real, Permn^pnt Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Wait-  Write or Coll Now Today.  THE'"IDEAL'.' STORE,   ^ * Ta.-i,ciis.   |  . McRae, Acton, Hayman/'-  ���������������:  ^ltlUI|||llli!i;il!llllll������IIIIIH>lillll!IIMllilIlllllitII[illllltll(ll{|ltllUillllll[llt[!iniW  ������;    . ;��������� '.���������-*.*- ���������        '     '        e  |-Gapitnl-Paid-U"p-$l-lT56OT00Oi Lj���������   J   The Royal Bank, of Canada.;.  I  DKAFTS   ISSUED"  IN   ANY.   CUllUKNCY,   PAYABLE^ "ALL J-  | '��������� OVER. TII 10    WOULD.     '  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to riA VINOS' ACCOUNTS it interest  f   nt hifiheft Current Ivii'.ee iiliuWed on DopOHi'tB of if) und, upwards.  c * ������  I  CUMBERLANPi B. O , Branch, Opon'Daily      D  M. Morrison,, Mgr. ���������=, ;  1 UNION TAY, B.C. Branch, Openlaiy.      F. Bet worth, Mer. a  1  ^OUETEWAY,   B. 0, Branch,  Opon Daily R. H, Hatdwick,  Mgr g.  %/l||||||||||||||l!IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII)lll"lllllll"ll^  =31; *���������  li  5?"  li      3*  5  f ;f  .'   *,  C3 -.    ���������  3 '  _  Si  1  ������_���������  i  i  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING.  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ������  Mmmmtummm m**w*s*mt*r,rxvm  V. BOJSIO^R:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  v\    Ot^ Bnntsti '"COLUMBIA  V<>t -**frv**!l jiur^oM?-),  t  itone 54UG  14t35 "cr:.'. trect  \ id or in, B  Place Your Fire Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  ���������of London, England���������  "Prompt Settlements" Our Motto.  tliinunry fnlt, riru in AVw UVHtiiiittitUtr, in'iuiii.'.d .hiumy 'til'*  Choq\*A**_ oovmin������ h������i))o, given January llth'  ���������v  Fobr-mry Villi, Firo In Cuniliftrliiu I���������Kr.M Hootl, aHsuroil, ntljiutoil Fob. IfSthj  ChiHpitj innilctl Fob, -Int.  Apiil -ml. Vii'ti ni .Niinuitnti, mljiihl.tnl Mjiiiii-*itl-1C)*it*"j,ii������j������,tiut A\mi Iiiih  Ai>ri| 2'Jih, Fire in V curU, at'jtiHtad nntl nettled M������y llrd  Agent,  W* K Ramsay)  Cumberland, B. C.


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