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 ��������� ^r>? vr-" ^^s^^^^y^  SWBSHIBS  "-ir--"'-  ..   .  . *  ' iPV-������.  .A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  S#'  'Tiie News, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAND, B.'C.,' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, :9i4  Subscription $i.qo a Yeau'  LECKIE SHOES are made in Van  cou ver and every pair has the .��������� reputation of the firm behind, them  They are made fm  western conditions &  once tritd always  worn. In'ordering  your next , puir of  working shoes.  Try ;  beekies  SIMON LEISER & Co 1  ',    *    -.        ?   *���������**  LIMITED.!..:,, (  (    Duneinnh* Avenue,    L'lKhNK-Stf,; CUMBERLAND"   j  " Editor Of Islander lias  TenderFeelingsLacerated  *   We have read, friend "���������Islander,'-   your peevish  remarks ap  pearing    under    the    caption,  "Cheap "\V.4t," itvyour last issue.  The item, wliich appears to have  lacerated your tender feelings, is  but a hypothesis. Anyone gifted  with the smallest degree of intelligence imaginable-could readily  perceive, from  the   wording of  the item,   that it is a hypothetical, statement, and such a, state-.  ment cannot be regarded as car  vying an innuendo.  -.  We fear,-dear frieud, that you  are* becoming a   '"Chop-logic."  Aport  from this, supposing  the  item asserted that,.it- did cost   a  certain sum to beconie President  of   a  Conservative Association,  why should this cause your   bile  to overflow ? ��������� Such associations  support political candidates who  expend considerable money as el.  ectioii   day   comes around as a  means of assisting themselves in  being elected.    Now if it.is per  tnissable for candidates to. spend  money in an endeavor to be elect  ed to  the Legislative Assembly,-  surely it is permissable for,a can-'  didate for the office of President  iu a dinky.association0to do the  same; for   does uot the   greater  include   the   lesser.    '-What, is  good enough, for   the master'is  good enough for, the man "  The Cumberland        I Funeral Of The Late  Now, -as regards your   challenge, we regret to say we cannot*  '���������lake up the. same,'for- thciollow"  iug .reasons  Symphony Orchestra  New Orche.-tta To Formed   In  ' Cumberland Whicli Will Be  Kuown As The , Above  Mrs. Samuel Williams  A  musical   association is   in  course   of   organization,   to   be  known as The Cumberland Symphony   Orchestra.    It   will   be  composed of twenty instruments,  including the,, leading musicians  of Cumberland and  surrounding  districts.   The orchestra'purpose  givitif:!: weekly   concerts iu   the  new hall to   lie  built ou   Duns-  muir avenue.    This   will   be   a  boost for Cumberland, and   will  also fill a long felt want iu   the  social life of  Cumberland. * Fi  nanciul assistance will be required to j^et things properly started,  and secure instruments and music    Mr. J. H,   McMillan   will  be conductor and solo  violinist.  We feci confident that there will  be uo lack of financial assistance  to  perfect   this  very   much to  be desired musical organization.  The people of Cumberland havo  nover beeu known to turn down  n good thing, or to refuse to aid  a worthy object with their   dollars, and tins will be no exception to the rule.  LOST���������A long silk. scarf, on  the evening.ot March Otli, between tMimbci'laud aud Courtenay. Reward will be paid on return tu this office or to the Riverside  Hotel, Courteiviy.  Interment Took iMace On Last  Sunday In Cumberland  * Cemetery  It is with deep regret that we  have lo announce the death ol  Amelia,    beloved wife*of   Mr.  Samuel Williams, an old and respected citizen of Cumberland.  The deceas-d had only been ill a  short time and her sudden demise came as. a severe shock  to  her many friends. Sho succumbed to her illness ou Wednesday  the 7th inst.     Tho fuuetal took  place last Sunday at 2,30  rnd  vvais largely intended.    The last  sad rites were conducted by the  following:   the Ladies AuxilHa  ry, the members of the U.M.W.  of A. and the Socialist Party, the  chaplain of each order, iu  thoir  burial ceremony spoke most im  pressively and appropriately of  the dead.aud many were the tears  shed as the remains were laid in  their last resting place.  The late Mrs. Williams is stir  vived by nine children: Mrs.  Thomas McMillan, Merritr, H.C.  Mrs. James Kills. Nanuimo,l$;C.  Mrs. Matthew Hrown, of this  citv, also six small children,  The funeral cortego was escorted by the Cumberland City Hand  which played appropriate tmi������*.ie.  Tii*. ('-.-Howi-iy guitlcmeu acted as pallbearers:���������Messrs Wm.  Colling, Leu   Cawlhorue,   Peter  ' SMART MILLINERY BKOWX KO  To-day S Loisur &Oo., has nn  uounooa tlioir first showing' or Spring  Ml Una ty and nomo of tho mnny la-  Oin wUo havo viiwutl nud purohaaod  hot** lraf.a havo pronouuood it ono of  t.\ 1 * .ur.jut. aittji'iiuuutj of Mllliutiy  ovir amiu tUu chy, Mrs [ClliforA  hm ou-fo or thJ dop-irttnont aud  m.uh credit U duo hur for iho tasto  dl������,) \/i I, An I />'��������� th 1 oxo unlvobum-  bjr of protty hn 0 oa vbw.  McNeviu, Thos. C Richards, K.  Haiti, William iNeilsou.  CARD OF THANKS,  I take thiii method of thanking the members of the U.-.M. W,  of A , the Ludics' Auxiliary and-  all kind friends tor their sincere  sympathy and helpi ig lo comfort myself uud family in our recent sad bereavement.  Samux Vi'iixiamu  ' Firstly, because you state in  effect,* that'you have every reason to believe that the item was  aimed at some official of a Courtenay Association*, this'being  the case, where is the sense iii  challenging us regarding officials  of other associations?'  Secondly, because we discou  tinued taking up ''schoolboy"  challenges evf.r since we quit  swapping*marble3, jack knives,  and cigarette butts in the dear  old school days  Thirdly, because we do uot  eaie to take up ''second-hand  challenges" which relate to individuals who are not iu public  life, men in public life are, to a  certain extent, precluded from  personally'issuing challenges by  means ot the newspaper aud  chcrc is some excuse for a newspaper voluntarily <-*hallonging ou  their behalf. A private iudivi  dual is always at liberty to publish a challenging letter, or he  can trot around like a little man  and see us personally, and ii we  are in the wrong he will receive  a handsomt* npoiojry; and if we  are in Ihe right, he will receive  nothing beyond a little fatherly  advice,  Fourthly,   becauso   the   item  in question was hypothetical.  Iu concluding, dear frieud, wc  beg to rc.uind you that there are  Conservative Associations iu Co  mox Electoral District, elsewhere than in the place.-* vou  mention, and th.it in our humble opinion you would uot have  taken the item iu question as be  Trout fishing Season  L Opens March 26th  '-* , For the*-enlightenment' of our  local fishing enthusiasts we are  publishing - aafl article, copied  irom the * Nanaimo Free Pree  Piessof March 14 :���������  - ."The fishing season, for trout  will be op'*n this year on' Thursday, March 26. or ten davs later  ���������*��������� . ���������*'  than the opening date last year,  when a special ordcr-iu-couucil  was issued fixing a'dale that  would bring the unusually early  Easter last year into the open  season. '  \ "A numbes of local fishermen  had expected to begiu operations  on the easier date this.year, and  it is important, theiefore, to  make a note of the regular Dominion law regulating the province of l>riti*-h Columbia trout  fishing, which reads as follows: ���������  1.    No oue shall take trout of  any kind From the 15th November, in each  yen',  to  the  25th  March following, both  days  in  elusive,, except in the waters   of  the interior portion of the province, east of the 120th meridian,  where no one shall take trout of  any kind from the i5tlf Nbvem  ber in each year to the.30th day  of April following, both days in  .elusive. "    .   -  2.    No trout of any kind'under 8 inches iu. length'shall.be ta-l  ���������>,.-���������  ���������ken-frpm���������t-h'e���������water'sTof���������Br-itish-  Coluuibia] and if taken shall be  iniine'diately -returned- to the \va  ter alive" aifd'uninjured. " " " *.  ' a. No trout under three  pounds in weight shallbo bought  sold or exposed for sale iu the  province of British Columbia,  nor shall any trout be bought,  sold or exposed for sale during  the close season provided there-  tor.  3.    Fishing for trout through  the ice is prohibited,  t^ft^&f'-VS^  ���������'*>  ^  ���������MACFARLANE BROS,. LTDrf' &  THE SQUARE DEALING riOUSii." iv     t   : . \\  p  New Suit Sam-    I  plesJusttohand   |  "  ������*f  for ,.     , ,]  CUSTOM  TAILORING  ORDER your.new Spring Suit now  and have it made to your own   order  from the latest materials   ,   <  Fit & Satisfaction Guaranteed  ( also have a'complete range oi  the famous/'Fit-Rite" Brand Clothing,  See us for Spring Underwear, Hose,  Shoes and everything, in  .Gent's Furnishings  [���������Evei:ything-u^  tQ%*^^tt*^Q  If its the Latest  We Have it  MACFARLANE BROS., LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE   CUMBERLAND  Mrs. tt. G. Parker  Pays Official Visit  Mrs, FI 0. Parker, Pn-sMuit  of the Rubol'tih Assembly of l>.0.  arrived on Frldiiv evening's ttain  for the purpose of pitying nu otli-  c'ml visit to Harmony Lodge, No.  A mt'oting- wns hedd   in   tlio  00  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100  IC. of i\ Mall and 11 largo nn in Ium*  ol' inoiulici's' iiPRcinbk'.d to inent  hut'. Alter llie bin-inces had been  oiuus through, dainty rol'iwh-  uii".it8 woro eorved and a eocial ev  eiiing hjh nt wliich wiib grimily enjoyed hy all. On lho following  'evening a Tango Ten was given  in hov lionoi' nt the home oT Mrn.  D. Pi kid, Uoi voir Villa. A very  pleasant ovi-ning wns spout hy all.  Mrs, Parlo.*!' did tlio cutting and  KiM'ving of tho Tango Calm.  Sons of Adam  Wull ! Well 1 ! Well !!! friend  ���������'Islander," was it your little liver being out of whack, or wns  it because wifey touched you for  a Spring chapeau, that prompted you to wind up your tirudu  against the ���������'Daughters of Eve"  by saying, "then the men folks  might jn.st as well have their st-  loons nud the whole push go to  hell together." Tut, tut, fie on  you; all >ou need is a little  spring tonic. Do jon think  thut the men folks w.int to go to  heaven ii there are no, girlies  there ?  *  Firemen Celebrate  Tho Cutiik-rliiiul & Union Fir..1.  Di'partnu'iit held their Fifteen tit  Aiinnnl MiiPi[ii������iado Bull mi Ihho  Tttt'rtdity evi'iiiug. March 17th, St.  Pat rink1 a night. Thi��������������� IJ������11 was  crovddd tu ii-* ii'.ui'ift enpucity ''y  iiiorry  A good  \H)I"I  niafl'Mi'ii   iuul    w pec-la tors,  ir.niiy   ol'   iht' coottitn^s  woro  vt'iy   goi-geo'is    and  coin pared f.ivumbly wirli miy pru-,  ���������.jnti-j   nia^iuniradort.     Tid'inu   Y  1;*K,w<V'***viff/"'.v,*v>-. *  alii'golher, ihi* atl'uir jtiifco-i -, >\  nuM stu'cuorl'till;, ll*..' iiwurUing  ot thu pii-'.eH 'by tiie .it'dgei*  wim   I'titiil'iujlory     to    all,     iho  111 11 wto"i'lll*ll tr>lltMt _I.IY    ''"-    I"1'"'  ,"''-  i.'lk'i-tnt   wuK all that could ho dio  iri'd.    ThcC. & l'. Kiiv Di part-  mciil witji (,'hii-f Dniik", are t" hu  ciiiijrriitulali'd    mi    thu    hii(.,ku**'J  which cro'.viii'ij llioir eli'oriH,  i^iissammmvt'iw^m  t  CAMPBELLS  N*-^^*V*l Wl ->!*%*<**'%  {  1".   ..'.*'  \,,i*iV.^vC*ik  1. -...,      1.  ,,\i,.t--   ..  you uot been su fieri ng from a  phenominal attack of hclf-couecit  or toadyism,  Tho Cumberland Choral 6'w'w-  ty'-- concert will   ho held i'1   ,1"'  Methodirit (Jluirch on   Tlnu*d-ty,  March 2(Hli.  at   8 u'clui-k |������- ;ii  TickcU T)0 rent*; ono prico  *'"���������>  (Jouu������ early and avoid tlm ru-di.  i  1 \V'e arc showing this week si complete, range of Spring ami bummer Dross Goods, comprising:-Tweeds. Cashmeres, rtatinea, Bed  ford rjorH*?. Serges. Popims and Panamas.  Spt'cial value in 44 inch tweed, suitable for children's school wcar  at 40c per yard  /-1, .r... ,,,.1 :.-,���������,. ,j r,v,-.liM*;vp nnttfrns in i*> inch width, fu'-st color hn^lish  Prims al 7 yards for $1 00  Andersoni famous Ginghams in small, large checks and Plaids at 7yds for $1.00  Crepe Cloths, Crepons, and Riplets, in plain and fande -Ducks, Piques, Vesting,  Wraps, Chambrays, Organdies, and Spot Muslins. The season' style in Indus nnd  Misses' Dresses.   Complete rang* of Misses' & Children's Colored Oresc* & Pinafores  CAMPBELLS j the w&ws,jcmTxmzAmi, B. c  ^  Discharged  By Eclgar Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne snd Toronto  %=  -J  (Continued)  Changed your mind? askec... Bell.  Xo. said ilio other calmly, only I  am such ;in iinpcrtant person thai  finite ;i number of people spend lives  wlik-h might otherwise be usefully cm'-  ployed in followin.n nie. Did you notice ue wore f ||;r..'.*d?  No;   said  tlie  ycuii}?  niaa   nflor  a  .A-  left 'lis flj-il. that ovo.ii.'.r,-'. lip real  it carefully twice:' hy that time be  Knew its contents >y heme, and be  tore.the letter into a hundred little  pieces, dropping ihem ���������. t.w at a time  from ihe open v.* .idow,  .  The attack en,liim did not disturb,  bim sreat'.y. though    lie    bad    beon i  worried as to why tlie man who hnd  promised to meet him in ibe park bad  not. ltopt his appointment.  Ho reached his destination, descended the Ions gloom;*   fligl.':, of   stairs  which lu'l io Ibo '>.isy street, turned  sharply, rrcissed io the rig-fit, and skirt:  ins*; the open .expanse of Feckhain'Rye  came tc- Crystal Palace Road.     A fow  , doors alon-f ho stopped before a re-  j spec-table villa rcsideiic*. :  Tbo* house  ! was in darkness, but he-know be was  I expected.     He went, to (lie door and  Jknoekod .softly,  and  in  less  than  a  ! minute it was opened '.*��������� him by a girl.  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Cut out cathartics and purgatives. , They ar*  hrulal-liarali-unntccsiaiy. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purelyvcirclable. Act  (fcmlyon lliulivrr.  i>liiiiiiialcl>.'lc,'<-iii()  soothe thedi'li-  c.itciiicmbr.-inc  oflhchowcl  Care Can-  t.tipalwn,  Biliousness,  Sick Headache ani hdigtttion, an millions  Smalt Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must beat Signature  pause, and Lis voic    was bushy.  .   1  am jv\'i:i!**  Hell, slid  tlu-  'turn..'.! ii.'.o ibo pari:  man named WllloUs? '  Willetts!      The   youns nun's  was cveii aiiii nonccminittal.  Ves, be has an office near il'cors'-'-'.e  Street.     IT,? is a Jivker. thoujiii I iiavoi  Ts Up:  voice.  That' is  ���������Mr Gold? ns'i.'d a low swei  Ibe second time 1 bav.-? been     tr* ask you sonio(liingM "is-'Od that -'ucstlon tonight, said Oold,I   ohlor man  . s ibe cab j with a littlo chuckle.   1 '.riis'. Ui at my J    r*',-rvv0  Do y.iu know a j confession  that .t  Is indeed  me- will!     '    "^  ive mo a" s'milarj  What He KncW  Everything depended on the.testimony of,ono particular .witness,, and  cf this the barrister was duly conscious.       ���������'   "���������'] .*.:',.  New, he saiii, shaking a" .linger  warnlngly, .we want to hear just what  you know���������not. what .'you think, not  wbat you havo heard, or v'.at some-  1 ono else knows, but just what you  yourself know.'   Do you understand?  The witness, brightened visibly, and  by a happy smile showeiKthct ho fully  understood.  Well, air, ho bogi-.n, it was liko this  ere. Olil-Hll1 Grubbs said to niu that  Thomas 'John's wife���������at a:.y rato,' so  lie beard from Yon; Payne���������told ,Sid  Lewis's best girl thai her husband���������  The witness got no further. For a  minute ir, seemed that nothing could  save the judge from an apoplectic'fit.  Happily he just managed to control  himself. The witness was ordered to  stand down,     t, tho case proceeded.  confession  tbat .t  ;  not provoke you to  vou  never  stock.  1 don't  response  to that. I  havo already  re-i  ccived. I  -Tlie girl closed.,the door behind him!  and bellied bin*' off with bis coat.  hear*", that he. bought   or sold!    What is the matter? sho asked, and |  ; rliere  was  a,  hint   of ; nxioty  in   ber  voice.  Oh!    nothing,    srid'. Oold. At least  physicir.ns declare that  thero is altogether too much surgery.  An argunicrt, fcr homeopathic surgeons, as It wero.  I Highbrow discussions or children at  j play are. easily reducible to a v?iy  ! short sentence: Let em play.  low him, sa'.l Roll, ,--.hoi*tly.  uiotitu* long iruiso. "Gold j  it j is y������ur uncle.  i    She mado no reply.     In the dark-  ! ness lie beard a little sigh of wear;-  i ness and shook liis head.   Mablc   was  a genius, be thought, and realised that  Thcr:; was  was  leaning lorwnrd.   looking out ofj nothing more than 1 deserved.    hov  .the window an,1, nodding hi*,   head  irregular intervals ;.s though he were  counting something.  1 think 1 will get out here, be said  suddenly, an.l tappet*, on ibe window.  Tbey were in ibo Mall and it. was de-  sertcu save for the ca-n which, obedient to Uie rcgulafons which govern  royai parks, were slowly coming aud  going  .king (he bread nod.  He tapped'ilie front window and the  driver pulled up.  had  bettci   take iho car on to  you want to go, no said,  nodde-' in tho darkness,  hlni to drive to Cadogan.Stjr.are  I will go home.  Gold  give  th:  insiruct-  tbo car could move  out of the darkness  Yoji  where  Hell  Tell  ho replied.  He  lioar.l  ions, then before  on ���������( man steppe  of tbe ss de walk.  ���������Is that Gold,, he, said in a muffled  voice. ��������� ''  That Is nie, wan the response.  . You were expecting U meet somebody, weren't *��������� Mi? said'the stranger.  The engine. had stopped, and tbo  driver was descending to start again.  Hell made no effo.-i to listen to -the  conversation, but could Lot help overhearing.  ��������� Was l?-h3 heard Gold drawl.  ' You know you   were,   damn   you!  snarled (he voice    of   the   stronger.  That's for yen/  A rir.ic.- shot broke the silence of  the night.  Bell leapt", from the cm  , WilS  Gold  -e-taiuling-ou-tbe-edge-of-ihe-side-w-alkT  ���������ii-Jiarmed. His assailant wns a blurr-  i*d figure vanishing into the darkness  as fast as feet could car:-,   him.  A friend of mine, said Gold pleasantly, and picked up a revolver tbe  man had dropped.  use  not  of  ac-  Your Hat,jWKit's Your Hurry?  A flippant young -, woman remarks  thai ber father can turn oui bachelors  a great dsal quicker than any college  and ho 'doesn't*. Oo it bv degrees, she  says. He begins the .yraduaton*.e.v-  ercses promptly at 11 p.m., and they  are always Unshed two m' utes later.  CHAPTER  TI.  ���������   Introduces Verity Maple  :\t eleven o'clock (bat night Wenl-  woilh Gold walked into Victoria .Station and tool: a first-class return ticket, to -Peekham Hyt*. He was smoking a cigar, aiid might have been a  middle-aged (lector rnturnin;' from an  evening's jaunt ir (o.vn.  Ho walked ��������� lowly along the platform to where the electric train was  waiting, opened a lirst-ciass carriage  door and got in. After he had closed  (he door ho leant, out of the open win-  down, watching ibe passengers as  (hey came along. Ho did not expect  any furtlii.- trouble that night, but  lie took no-chances.  The train moved out of tho station,  whining and purring; and the lights of  tin.' carriage dimmed and brightened  as the connecting rods lost or found  tbe trolley wires above.  The carriage was emptj, for"it was  n little beforo the hour that the Suburbanite returns fr-.in tbe theatre;  and lie li.rl time to read again tho letter vhlch had conic to him before lie  Also on Nccki Big Bare Spot on  Crown of Head, Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Cured.  j genius is  a  half-way house to  madness.  She led the way along a dark passage to a, littlo Vack kirJ-en. A man  sac at the table���������a tall man. loosely  formed, unshaven, an.', v ith r face of  unhealthy whiteness. He sprawled  limply on ths chair by the table, his  bands in his pockets, gazing vacantly beforcnhim. Tbe table was litt.eied  with lest tubes, microscopes, and scientific apirratus. v.ith tin.  which Wentworth Gold w.������  ouainted.  At. the sound of the door clickin  he looked up with a startled frown.  He shivered, ao though tJie noise,  slight as it was, distressed bim, and  raised ... trembling hand, not" over  clean, io his mouth.  Come in, hej'said, r.nd rose unsteadily io his f������i.  Gold looket1.  at  him  reproachfully.  Maple,,he said, I thought you promised me   Thon ho remembered  the girl was piesent.  Get a chair,' my  iJcar,  s-ud  Maple]  not unkindly.  Tiie girl obeyed. She vas wonder-  ully pretty. Gold- had neve" seen her  before, though he had heard a'great  deal of Thomas Maple's niece. . She  was gracefully moulded and dressed  Mn-a-quieti-well-lH ting-tailor-made���������Heiir  face had tbat curious pallor which is  possessed by some fair women; though  her hair was burnished joM. the thin-  line of eyc-L 'owQ was so black that  carelessly seeing her . ou would have  thought it had been paint ed... .  The slap*.* of her face 'J.ticinaled  Gold. He was a connoisseur in some  things. He i ad :'ead about girls  with perfect oval faces; he had met  some of the acknowledged beauties of  London; hut. tlr*.e was in this girl's  face somethitijL ctli*������:*al. ��������� something  spiritual, which he had ne* .r seen before, Tbe big grey-Llue eyes gave  her (be appear;.r.co o. sadness; . the  lines of her genpfcus mouth were  {Arm; ber chin was delicately, fashion-  | ed. .She flushed a littlo under liis  sor'tiny.  I    1 am sorry, he said, as in answer io  | her unspoken  thought,' bu'.    I' have  I heard so much *>" yon from your uncle.  I am afri'id my nnelo ���������taJJw a great  deal more ah-nit, uio than people care  to hoar, she -.aid with a littlo sinilb.  He docs not know :,qv: enrlly one can  be bored wi'h other people's ecstneiea.  lor voice wus. soft and perfectly at-  (iiiind.  This ,'irl has had nn education, said  Gold to hiniH'K.  Ilo turned ic meet (ho vague smile  cf Mio nian. Thoro was; a challenge  and a question In the haggard face,  worn and searrc-d by seli'-incliilgence,  This girl who had recently, come into  his life, (he ilaugiik'r of an older brother, and 'lin only rclaflvj in Hie  world, was t' o brighter and host in.  fluonce he luul ever known, and II. wns  almost pathelk' fo see (ho entreaty in  his dull eyes, Goid noddn'l ronssur-  I n ply.  Now, Maple, lie nald, drawing ills  i.balr to tlm (ablo, I suppose your  nt'icn is in your conlldcnce i.i ibis  mul tor of onrc.  Yes, 1 'tell her all thn things lhat  nearly eouei.Ti ni  A schoolbo:  home for  wish'ng 'to' inspire*  his  lhe holidays  little    sister  It  wiih mvo ..���������rr his learning  pointed to  a .jf'.r and sr..tl:  No, 'lain;!  said his siste..  Do you see that jittle iumiiiary  is bigger ihaiuthis wide world.  Yes, it i;, returned tho youthful scholar.  Then, why is it that it den't keep  off. the rain? wis- thb triumphant rejoinder.  IOR Cbiiplcini hi., Mimlri'ftl, l)no.--  "When my Iwoilicr and 1 went io wlinol  we not HnuwoniiK from Um oilier children  nud our half all felt out, Wn hnd llxwn on  imr licitilM nnd nn our nci'li.i, I'or jiiuiiIIin I  Iind n bin burn nml. on tlm crown of niy ln-iid  Ilio rl/o of a flfiy-crnt piece, Mollur trti'd  rvi-ryihlnir, nil Idndsi of otntnii'iiis. Io euro  u** but ovi'i-yihltiff Hn-uii'd no Rood until onu  dnj* fho haw nn inlvL'rilM'tiii'nt. for <'inlciirn.  }-(i:ip nnd Oinunrnt. Jt waa Ciillcnr-i Rap  nntl Olntnicnt llmt cured u.t," totalled)  Mrs. M.IilaU-, May :il, 1013.  ITCHY, RASH ON HANDS  lVr-ju.i. tint, "fiiiiniM Nojiji and Olrit-  liieiil, I'Ofiil'Iclilv cured nm of n ni^li nn mv  )i;i������i|m.  'I liiTii.*.li v.iind lil.i>i.iiiiT liliMer.**,  ..jj J4.J.J-..J    ��������� ���������.   .���������....'..'.(..P ...... 1   : i  *;<*n*r, Tii" lrr!i:ttl>>u an- hail nt i-|->lif, 1  dl< <1 many rciiii-illi'i ul.lrli did nut do nny  (,'imkI. I ll^-il c*ij|ii-iira N'iip lis it wru-li in  ���������wii'm wnier nlj-lu. uml iiu.riilii-ij uhlt (.'nil-  fiira OlnlJin'iit nnd In \i-������ limn nnu 1. II was  May *,>.������, ������t������ 13.  'riii'iiM'iilririi*c of fin letir.t So,*, n fur toilet  find li.nlli mil wily l-71'N (o firr-irw, jnirify  tf.ul beiiutlfy tluHililn, nenlp. li-ilr-nnl !.;ui.|������,  lu;( a ...i.t.iln |iri-\cnl!tii; inll.-iuim.it!'>:������, Iiri-  intJmi -iiiiJrlrwirJiiffof IJicpM'is', lii'-i-nniinon  f,:n ���������<��������� of filnuilf i, Mar-hh';nN nml fit In i* nn-  Vllol'-oltll* liililllllollK of l..11 .'l.lll. (ull-  I'tirn So:ip ������r.'l 'llnlntiftit nrii sol.I hy  ii'ii"!'l*t������ find ile-tliT.n c\eo\iiii*ii-. lur a  llNf.il fnewiniplii������r(w!i, wttli ���������'���������--p. Imofc,  wnl r^������t-������.r������l di* J'otur Uni-; A- Civm.  CVi*., IJi'jit. J������. Hu*t<iB, I'. 8- A.  Native,-���������Blessings, on Mr. Carnegie  sir. He gave us that lino freo public  library, sir.  .Stranger���������1 am glad you appreciate  i.. You don't look like a reading  man. either.  Native���������I .dn't., sir. but I've got tbe  job of looking after ihe building, sir.  The High Calling of Motherhood  demands the utmost precaution in maintaining health at high efficiency.  It is doubly important and nothing in the world is  so.needful as-Scott's Emulsion, good cheer and  -Sunshine..,       Scott's Emulsion makes the blood  rich and pure. . Tt contains the, vital,flesh-  building and bone-building properties  and insures abundant nourishment. It strengthens the nerves  anil creates energy and vitality  (hiring this period.  Expectant and mining mother*  always need Scott's Emulsion.  YOUR  DRUGGIST HAS IT     13-81  1  He Knew all About it  The counsel for tho defence in a  case' of assault was (-uestioning a witness for the prosecution. Now, you  say you saw tbe quarrel between iho  two men'.'  Yes, replied the man who happened  to be a carpenter.  How far away from them were you?  .lust four yaiOs, two and one-half  inches.  What do you mean? shouted tho  lawyor. You don't mean'to say tliat  you can measure distance that accurately with your eye? ' ���������>  No, said the carpenter quietly, but  I Knew some fool would ask me, so 1  measure-*.', it.  Minard's Liniment   Cure*-  Cows  '  Garget,   in  A Pill that P.-oves It.; Value.-���������Those  of weak stoma'.') wiil find strength  in 'A "lelec'i* Vegetable Pills, because tbey servi* to "maintain the';  healthful action of ihe stcr.iach and  the liv^r. ���������-cgnlavitl������--*.-ir. which are  TTRimil 5tr Psrri ng���������-���������IDy t p e p I ic s���������a r -j  well acouainled'with them and value  them at then- proper worth. They  have afforde.1 reli.-f when other preparations havo failed.' and "have effected cures in iiilmsnts of long  standing where oUu-r medicines were  found unavailing.'  ��������� A 'jhoQker.  t- A party of four, just returning from  tho theatre, called in at a fashionable  restaurant. The' trim old maid who  was the guest* of ilie evening was  charmed with everything���������especially  the music.       " ...  While the waiter was standing by  thd table, she.asked him if find out  thCj title"of the pie.e the orchestra  were playing. And the waiter willingly agreed. ' - - ���������  But other.duties claimed bim for' a  time, aud when he returned the lady  had completely forgotten V. .r request.'  When be bent towards her and softly  whispered something in her car, she  recoiled in horror.  Then, recovering from the. shock,  she turned cold,'relentless fury upon  the hapless man who waited.  How dare you! s'-ic cried. How  dare you! and' it .'oolc the terrified  waiter quite a time to explain why  he had merely breathed the,, title of  (he piece so softly.  What can 1 do to make you love me?  Parisian Street Barbers ..  Tho Prciol capital, like that .of  China, lias its street barbers, ' *n  Paris the perambulating ��������� knsorlali'*-1  carries a little box containing the  usual outfit of Jhc'r calling. *> Their  chief patrons are laboring men. The  street " arber of Paris usually places  bis customer uponi (ho bant'S of the  Seine or in some spot'aside from* tlie  crowd, covers his knees with 'a newspaper and proceed to work. For  only 1 sou he will shavo ti a-an, cut  his hair and generally impart to him  a .more or less smart appearance.  These barbers arc said to mako  o.uito a respectab" *. sum even at the  small feo they charge.  I  was  Complimentary  Tlu  idea,  of  dozing  whilo   1  Kinging  i  You  were iJnging a  lullaby,  you?  ���������   Yes.  Then  1 couldn't' py  your ai  higher  compliment.  were  any  Fancy,  food!"   I  you grumbling   about  thought ,you said (bat  li'iusokO'TC.-** --.coked r.o wp1>?  Yes, but I married ber and  keep a cook.  ynnr  your  now  li was ihe hour of the spelling lesson, and tho teacher, was pronounc-'  ins-rth e-word s-wh i 1 c-th c-sm al Uporson s  in front of her laboriously wrote them  down. According to thb usual' custom, she calle."-for volunteers to de-  line each word as it wa?. written  down. -*  :'   Lunch, . she said.      Nov/,' who can  tell me what lunch means?  There was ;i long period of silence  and then a hauiJ went up,  Well. Johnny, you may toil us what,  iluiich is.  A lunch, said Joh'uiiy, is what you  havo for ('inner when your father is  away.  a velerin-  I'm lhe rail-ily doctor.  llui 1 (hoigbt yuu were  ary surgeon"?  So 1 mi. Bui t.'.ion, you see. their  family consist-1 of a Frenc .- terrier,  a fit. lleriiord ami*a Chinese poodle.  Court Huino*  '���������Judge���������Havo you ever sisn tlio prisoner at ths ha*'?  Witness���������Never, your honor; but  ! have seen Mm when I liavo strongly  (���������.uspected be haa been at it.  Mar.'oiit's word tarries L',000 mil':.  Morj Hinn that', it carries eonviolkm  Many  SELF DELUSION  People Deceived   by   Tea   and  Coffee  We llko (���������"��������� defend our indiilgcnclo3  and habits even. though we may be  convinced of their net ual linrmfuliicssi.  A man can convince lilnii'olf tlint  whiskey is good for lilm tm a cold  morning, or boor on n hot suiiuner day  ���������when ho wants ihe wliibkij-, or beer,  it's t,be siiine with (ea nnd coffee  Tb"u?a'ii'ls of pooplo sufi'ci' headache  nnd iiorvotifiiieHH year after yonr hut  t  Ivy to poisuado llioiiiHolvos tlio wiiibo  o. "aid "the'('it'iu-'r ami ��������� '������������������*��������� ]Sal ,l!a *���������*���������' oof'u"���������bet-in.    Ihey llko  it.  'Whllo ji't a child 1 t'oiiuiieiicf'd us-  yon  can   irimr, lior.  Mr. fioM,..     IIih  \oleo bud (bo quality which  dirdiiig-i , ���������   - ,,      . ,, ,,      ,,  ulsbcH a man who ban known a public   "��������������� f'������"1*M ,,l!t1 .7,��������� .������������������"������������������ ' '   w,,|lP*; <������  ,,,,],������������������] ,, i Western man. mil. 1 wns a regular  lnn* I'nti'oi' (loud.     1 tlr.-iuU it every morn-  '' lug and in conscO'ifiicc liad r. blinding  Thero wiih a littlo wiillot   on  tabic.     This   ho   opened with ireiub-  ling (lngeiri and  from It  o\ tract ri] a  11111(110  of  oblong  note**.   Thoy  wore  llvo ilolliu onrroncy hilltt,  IhsiioiI hyj  ������������������ ���������     ii���������  Ibo  United   f-Wit,-,  of Aiiirrlon. nml  distiiii'iiiHlnvl only from tboHo familiar  iiliJortK by (In fiiit that i-iicb notf was  inoiiloi] green, imrplo and yollow. at  Ihniigh somebody had lipon light-  honrteilly ������>\poriinontlti!������ upon (bom.  lie spi'i'i'iil tbom out on tiio table:  tln-if woi'o twt-uty \\\ all.  fi-dil  lnokod  nt  thom  rosoulfully.  And you pay lliey nro nil furgorirs.'.  u * ��������� M > A. .  The other iimM. il j  l-'.vory uni' of thciu.    Yon know thoi  'I'roat-iiry nlgn���������tlio only idea ibo cam-  ���������"ii   cannot   photograph���������-tlint   In   not  I'i"' I'  iTo ho f'ontiuui'd)  licinlnolir nc'.rly over,   al'torfmou."  Tea Is just as Injiiriouii I,oca use it  ii'oiutiiiiH cafi'i'iiK'. tlio niinic drug fuimd  In coffoo  "My f(i|l;<! though.- il was inffeo Unit  ailed mo, but I liked It. and would not  iit'inlt It wns tlio causo of my troublo,  ko 1 stuck to coffoo an 1 Ihe hutdiiehen  stuck to mo,  "1'TiialIy.  t'.io, folks  litoppt'd  buying  ooffe*. and  broiiglir. homo houii* Post-.  um.   Thoy  mado It right  (direct inns;  .,, ,,v������������ t  .*.*-i tnl'i n>" in rait ������.||������it difference. It would iiial'o with my head,  nntl during mat i'n*.-,t wtvi mi I'l^nnii  my old affliction did not bother me  flav Ko tlil3 wo luivo  I'.iftidn In place of  i.rf. ft thing of (ho  lc   t I'uHv   1*^   In   firm  .  , , Thoughtful Husband  She���������Are you .wearing thoso pretty  suspenders I gave you for your birthday, George?  lie���������No, tear, 7 was* afraid the nail  I am using r.s a button, wolild rust  them. .,' ��������� ���������  ; A Caution . f  -*  Darling, I will tell you-'in-poetry of  burning meteor uiat you are the light  of my life.  Ai". right, but don't do it with the'  gas meter. '  .  Steel P;no  ' The great objection to the stool  pen when it first came into general  use was its ��������� .'ness. Thoro was it  that 'glvo* and spring in tho metal  pen whicli characterized tho old fash-  lonot1 goose quia -juu.'  This was remedied,,',however ">y  tbo .tide splits -whi-" wo sia in pons  today, and for n.any.years the niutli-  (*d of slitting tlio pei.3 by moans of  a press was kept secret by' those famous  uenmalMrr   Olllott and  Mason.  -briefly the method of manufacture  of a steel pen today may ** describes as followr: . The blanks' aro  pierced and the slits cut, after which  uio pen requires��������� tt .be softened by1  ��������� nnealing. Then, tbey are raised  and hardened, scoured with acid, colored, varnished and dried girls afterward looking over the pens. ��������� throwing aside.tbe faulty ones and packing the good ones into boxes  for sale.  ready  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. '*  Gentlemen,���������I havo used MINARD'S LINIMRNJT from time to timo  for (he past twenty years.* It.was recommended lo me. by a prominent ohy-  sicia*. of Montreal, who cal'.ed ic th������  'great.. Nova . Scotia Liniment.' ���������' It  does the doctor's work; it is particularly good in cases of Rheumatism and  Sprains.  Yours truly.'  G; G.' DUST AN.  Chartered Accountant  N.S., Sept. 21,1905.  Halifax,  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  M mercury. wlH. surely destroj' Uie oense ot smdl  ������nd completely dcransti the -whole fcyptcrn .who  entcrlm; It thrcuuli tho mucous' surfaces. Sucl  irticm Btiouli never be used except on prescriptions rom rrputAlilr physicians, as tlie damage U-.jy  wlll do In ten lold to the (tood you can possibly derive Irom tliem. Hall's .Ciit&rrh Cure, munulaclurcc)  by F, J. Ciieuey A Co.. 'rulrdo, 0., contains no mc^  ;urv. Knd_l9^ taKen Interna Ily, act Inc _dlrecUy 3POO ,  the blood and niutxftu i-urTiicco St the system. lfl~|  buyinu Hall's Cntan-h Cure bo awe you get UK  genuine. It.ls taken Internally and made In Toledo  Ohio, by I-", .1. Cheney & Co.  Testimonials frea.  Bold by. Drain'::*.   Prlee, 7r<*. per bottlo,  . Take Hall'B Famll-' I'llls lor conbUpfiUM. ���������������   '  Kerosene as a Drudgery Lightener  Few housekeepers really appreciate  tbe cleaning prcporties of kerosene.  A rag saturated with 't will clean stationary washstar.ds, bathtuhj ami kit-  ebon sinks. A little'used in cold water, fo-' wiping up floors will remove  tbe dirt and leave a nie- polish. ��������� It is  good for floors mado of southern pine,  and it keeps tliem in coed condition.  Proportion, a tablospoonfitl lo half pail  of cold water. It it also excellent for-'  cleaning linoloiinia and can bo usod  either with or without waier anil in the  water for ol.M'iir.g woodwork.  If It is once tried by a housekeeper  sho >vill never bo without a botllo or  can of It ltopt where It la accessible.  * Easy ' V/o- ���������  0  T-Te  ibitterly)���������T 'supnot  ��������� yoiv. con-  -Acer it onitt   a triumph  to make a  fool of a. man?  She���������Oh,'dear no!      A  i'.iumph is  "'motbini? done tha'. was  dinicult of  achievement. ���������  Making Connectlo.i  Kr.ickcr���������Life is haid.  Tl.oinpson���������Ves.  by  I'to  (inie  mother stopa telling you. t. cat  the     ctor hcgiiis.  your  jam,  A Great Art in Little  Is thero'really any art in convors*  inn?  Of course; nlwny-3 sny small things  in a big way and big things in a small  way. .    '  Sho wan ai.gry and hor face revealed tho fact.  What Is tho mutter, dear? said her  hiifibaii'i. as he entered tho liltchcn.  You s\* that? sho replied vohein-  cn'.ly, as sho raised a mixing bowl In  which sho had just hrokei. nn egg.  That Is tho socoud bad egg I havo  foun-i. loday. 1 boliovo ,lim Fletcher  litupa all the bad cues lm gets lu his  old htoro for inc.!  Well, you shouldn't got angry about  it, Nellie, snit'. hoi husbnnd Hoburly.  You oughl  to liavo moro sympathy.  R>mpaihy! sho rchood. .What do  you mean? Sympathy Tor .Thn Fletcher?  No, for the eggs'.' be ropliod, Think  how long thoy niusi. have been trying  to bo good,  Closed Door  Hans von Huelow, [l.o pianist, at  ono time posted on his door a notice  that was qul'.o the London vcjji:  He fore noon, m*> rocclvii.g. Afternoon, c it.  Sci-.n-jd  Him  Wi- iiiv  nn*. t-urprlHcil linu a mnn  gitH m- \������i".s at his own wcildlng.    It  is*   probablv   iho   first   linio   li������������   e.vcr] to Wollvllh','  ���������Jaw  ah  Uii;   .i.ldc's hiu  liiicd  Up,  V/   K. O   18*  J5i un *( I-   t' ,|i ���������><���������>���������*) ������e!l mn Alien but-  Kr !;! like Irh-h clil! "i-n?  l'Klgcr���������No. L,ive it up.  1iouii----k���������WW-.', sv'i.ii it is madft Into  ''���������tl    !'; ������*���������   nf ������������������<'! "A'  (A.oo. Frotji ihat  u?o:l nothing bul  poffcp���������hoadi.clioK  . ,1 ���������>    ,.,.A    l!i^    fl  1,  tiV-altll.  "I'fsil.iiii lool.p fton.l, inu-lls so"d,  twlon gooil, l������ -iVrd, ninl (loci, good (o  Iho while bidv."  Namo giviii  hy  Caiiinliiin   Poulum  to.. WltulKor. Out,     Head "I'ho Uoiul  in nbx ���������  l'ostir.ii now r''iiii."i in twe ft^rui?:  Requt-ir Pc8U:rr���������iniifi* l.c hollrij.  . .ln������taiit l'tw-.m���������m 11 ;;uluiili. (ow-  ilcr. A t-rriinpooiiful tliisiihrs qnickl;'  in a n);> *>f bot tairr 'im'. tvI'Ji ������*r,'aiu  and Min-ar, make.-, a i1������'Ii.*-;oii-( lir-v(mro  inntantly.    C.nto r.- t ���������* II hull   l.W.tU.  ''l'l'r-;-i-\  ,\   1 t^g .ii"  r.'i   J'wi.r,'  Rules fcr Good Teetr,  If you wis",   lo avoid decay of the  tt't'lh observe theso niloa;  To (hlllroii up to two and a hull'  y-r-ni'rt of ngo :.U diarchy or sugary  food, oxcopt milk, should h-- given In  h ������������������ lli-m. in* ubi'om-* furin to stimulate  iiiiist'*.aiIoii. Urea'1 and niHlm should  ni.vi:r he -:.m'.(tl In milk,  If soft, starchy or sugary food haB  been cut.'ii tlio mouth and trc'li should  lm cleansed hy l'cod of a tleterfiont na-  ' Tl     . I',.        I.       f,.,,ll       ,.l   ,,,11      1  ........ *"..       ������.     ,"       *���������.. ..-...,.        .  entoti after .. Ilk puildluus, inm rolls,  enko, -hWDct criitkcrii and broad and  jam.  Three mr-aifiji day.  Swci'tH, jhoctiiato or cracUrrs and  milk should novor he taken liHwoen  . ��������� ,     1 .    r .. ��������� ��������� t,i ������    r '.    t    '   I  V.i*-*..!*. v.   * -*   *..***������������������       r --... *  Plenty of Raoin at tha Top  KnlckiT���������Vherc'iJ plenty j loom .<  the top.  JJi,clior-~Yop, Int your wife lets you  hav������ only the hot torn drawer,  A '.ii'iu in t>'..(,".���������. \,;>(.hol i.\ Utter  tlia:. much In niiitlio: man'-: pun?-?.  S.metlnt& Lwiil e.dtcli etc  !t Ik often .'inpostible to diMInguihh  siloiico fro 'i wlrdom.  Nalui.il'v!   i><(ciu>-ts it '1 oflon flu*  cim > ihlns  Not t: he. Cr.ught  A ccil.iln patrol-wagon drhev taken  great prldo in his horses, ai.d on a  nii'.iber of aniiiml Inspecth- hns won  li.o prize fo: tho best-looking team,  As lho story goos, tho inspoctoi of  the district in in the : -.Li o" vlsliing  the barns and passing conr.illinoiits en  the condition  of *!���������(* sfalilcc.  'iTo particular man in question, during tho lnM. Hiiirincr, \v:.s alwuj'8 cor  tain of complini'Mits, and Ills stable  left nothing lo bo destrod in the way  of clcnnliiiess, Ono day, as tho in-  'ttiiuctoi- wnj tuliing a last look at the  prcinfsoH, which eonioi* spotlessly  iit'iit and clean, ho frowned.  Ills eyo chanoed to fall on a cob*  web in u dim corner of oin of tlia  stalls. Tlio horse-lever sav tlio lu  speetor'B Tnco chango iuul   also   tlio  CIUIHO of it.  Ilo spokj tr. illicitly:  1 koop Unit tliero woh, Inspector, ho  snid, to cut eh tlio flies. Tho way  tlmy torment Unit niaro is tomutliliig  terrible.  Service '  ono. is remind-,  Good Train  Talk of trains anc.  ed of the perfect line. ,, Read of this (  service and .applaud. The trains'  come in. to -thr,������������������.miiiuio cr . go out*  1 the minute. The official'.) awi intelligent and polite, the carriages aro  good. "Every station has its waki:***;  room, whem you may sit and read  and drink a cup of coffee that.,is not  ..jn y���������.iui.-Ti.uu���������11 vn-.i^-- ijut���������1^,���������1 Cousins.      ���������:  ably the product o: the bprry. .' It'  is impossible to i.ravel in the' wrong  train. It is ver <]iiTicu'.;* not to get  out at the r'-'ht Ftation'. . The fares *  are very reasoir'.hlo. The time table.-, aro models of clarity. No, l- >  references * is to no railway in the  south of Rng's-id. It L Mr. E. V.  Lucas' summary of tho-go.-xl points  of. the train ion-Ice of the Lapp*/ Hollander!  Asthma Victims; The man or woman' subject to isthma is Indeed a  victim, What can be more terrifying  than to sudthnly bo seized with par  oxysms of choking whhh seems to  lalrl; threaten tho cxir-tenco of life  Itself. From sic' a "condition-Or.  J. D. Kol* )gg'i* "Asthma Hemedy has  brought iiuny ;.' completely reBlor������  ed health and happiness. It In  known and prlsMj in every fioctlon of  Ihln 'jro.ii'1 land...  Hlc FinlJh  A politician was describing nt (ht  club tho death of a rival.  Y.ob, .ones Is dead, ho snkl. and  with a chuckle he neb] his glass up  Ilo  his  io the light.    ,ros, Jonei. ia dead,  slipped on .the parc'iietry floor cf  ���������ivury and killed himself.  The polltlcl - --UVO r, loud    lauga,  Thot. he addo-';  A hardword llnis'i, eh? '  tho man did It i otf  0; tho engineer nt  Tho train struck  asked, thu lawyor  the irlal.  It did, sir, t:ald the engineer.  Wi,* th1** nun. on   the   track  thuifderod tho lawyor.  r.T.  On fho track? nukod tlio  Of    courso   lm    ������v:n,   Ko  worthy of his jcb v.wild -.n  J'ito tlio tvoo'ln lift or n man,  ongliitior,  engineer  his triila  sir.  The Explanation  Mother (reprovingly)���������When  young, i'ii1.-! never (bought of  tho things thoy do totliiy.  Diiiigluor��������� Well, (luit'H    why  didn't do tliem,  I  WIIB  doing  they  Rov. CMir. - Well, Mn. Mangle's,  rnd Is tho g.v.d mm any bettor?  Mrn. Mung'ijH- OJi, yes, sir. 'K't  nearly all -Ight agent again sir. 'M  don't say 'is iir.ijfc*--! ho moro .* a  nigh J, now, sir,  ^  -To Women-  Seeking Health and Strength  ^"* For those ills; jiocuJiar !x> u'ojijcji Dr. T'wrcc *-���������  g] recommends his "Favorite Prescription" as na  E "THE ONE REMEDY" B  s  H  El  Isi  ra  A medicine prepared by rcpularpraduutcd phynirinn of tiniin-  oaj oxnerience in trcalinff woman'i diM-ue**���������carefully adapted  to work inhurmonywitbthomo������tdelicat������femlninoconiiUtution,  AH medicine deol-cni have told it with laUifaction to customers for th������ past 40 years, It is now obtainable in liquid or  suRar-coated tablet form at the drug store���������or i������nd Wone-cent  itarnpa for a trial box, to Buffalo.  Every f-cmin m������y *,\i* fully nml conlWftiti������Ur to Dr. Pitrc*.  itiftmt' Uottl ���������nu Surjlml Jn������lituU*, lludilo, N. Y,, and nay b*  tnra that h*r rata will f-Kvlvr rirrfnl, rontrUntlocK,, ronfldrittUl  em>������Mt*r������tlon, -and tVitt #ipetl������n(*������<) roe<He*l tdvico will \>t z\aa*  ��������� to her abiolntcly trot.  Dr. Pierce'* Pltcsant PtUrtt ttgutat* andinvieoritfi: stomach, lio*  tranjltomett. Sugar coaltJ, tiny granulei cuiy to ��������� lie at candy.,  111)  Eli  0  ���������Ml  m  i  3sl  El  El fl-*'  ;?���������**-.���������  THE   NEWS," CUMBEftLAKD,   BRITISH  COLDMRTiL  -n������l^---���������.Jw. .pw*u**i .������* >���������*��������� ~*+*m*jl��������������� a~* *,  NOTICE ia lioreby Riven tliLt apyli-  cuien will bo-.made to th>: Su-iermtoatl-  ���������-int of Prii'vin'cial^Pvihee, Yiotoiki for a  license to sell liquor, by wholes-lo upon  ihi pieu ijus Bituitid on Lot 0, Block 15,  Cu.i.botlaucl>Townfli-te, OumberlaiK?," B. C  OlALI MU.SS.VLTO,Apph'ou.t.  D ted ihia 1st d,.y ��������� f Ootobor igi3.  NO HOB is It.ruby'giveu tliiit'oii iheiirat  d ty of D jo n'w uuxt applioation will be  * uiKtle to the Supmutendei.t of Provitoial  Polico, Victoria, fur iho reuowal of the hotel lioense to sell ^ 1 qnora by retail iutne  hotel known as the L -ruo hotei, 'situated at.  Comox, B.C. "��������� Okoroe M. lliuijow  DUud October I, 1913.  9U^^'^^*t^^n^a^aKii***a*******Mi* m������amuf������**aiM*i^m***in.-i*mnmm*******,  NOTICE is he-reby ywen that on tl*e  first day of November 191,3, application  will be made io the StiperiMendeiu ol  Provincial Polico, for a renewal of the  , wluW^ate liq;u >r license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nelson Di'strid. ���������  ���������    ��������� *  ���������     I'tUy'NKI*. NrKWING COMPANY.  Dated October ist, lyij  Union Steamship Co.;: of B C.  TUE S. S. CQWIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER /  JS ANAIMO DENM AN ISLAND-UN ION 13 AY-COMOX ROUTE  ., Leavo Yaneuuver, Hontiay, at b p;1 ui.   ..        '*-  .   ���������;  Arrive Nan.-u.iio, at 11.30 p, 111. ���������,���������.���������  Anjiye Union Bay, Tuesday O.a.'m.       Leive Tties      /.   ti. -  -   Arrive CbmoJf, Tuesday 8 a. 111, -,.JLeave Tuosday, It a. in.     .  Leavo Nanaimo G p. 111, Tuesday.   Arrive Vmfcuuvur U.30 pith,  Leave Vancouver Saturday S p.m.  Arrive   Nanaimo,   11,30 p  Arrive Uuioji Bay, Sunday"6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  "  Arrive.Comox,.Sunday 8a. 111. Depart 4 p.mV .    "', ���������  Subject 16 change without notice. ���������       G  m  NOTICK in huoby ruvu .hatut tho  . flr-ftlay ot Doccniber uoxuipplKat.ou'vtili  be mndo to tlio Supo..iuteudji.t uf Pcoviu-  c!al Police, Vied 'tin, f-'r a r-iu-wal of the  -ii'.tei luotise toaeil,, linu-.ra by mtuil in  ttia hotol k-iowu as the Uuit'.n hn-U-1. sit-  ������iiute at Ui.i.in, B.C.   Jonk N." McLisou  Da-*,d tho Istday of Oc^ob^r, 1913   .     ���������  N /TICK ia her* by tfiy.u (Jiat ou the  first day of l>,oomliocNi*est, apphoatuu will  ' l*a undo to'lidSapuriiinouile'it nf Provincial  ''Polico, Victori**, for tbo r/Muwiil of the hotel liceaso to.aell liq 1 ira by ic'-ail iu \lie  li.*>t������l kuowu as the Rvir.ide h<*ol, silut'-co  at Courtenay' B. (J. 0. If. FKcuJitit  litted October'l', I9t������: '    " __ '  NOTICK Ia nertby j-ii/ou  thut on'the  first day of D-.-ooinkr.mUui.plioati.H''will  be m.������de to t-Jie Xiij.ern ten lent .i-fT lV-viu-,*  tinl I'uliee. Vi.lori**, tor theioiie.'valof the-  hotel lieeaso to 81! litjuoru by loialliu tlie  Slot-1 km***, as the WiLion hole], situated  at Uuio'i Day K.C.  ������ Ai.nti'.o ItiPiiit Horse  Dated Ootobei 1, 191.1  NOTICE ia hereby given tunt ini the  first di\y of Dacntiiberu>xt ajiplio.itiiti will  lis! made to the Suiieri..ter.de.it of Provincial I'oiice, Viotoria, for lite renewal-af llu-  lio>l liciitt ������ lo sail liq-to.'B !>y rJfcul 11 tin"  i������o A ku<M-n as.th*. NoUott hotisl, sitiu.e i  .1  ��������� at i*i nio.;*. Bay, 1515.       ..'Jons, Fiuur.it.;  Dated (Uoiier Is1.. 1013.  w^KammMHnrimo 1 rin-irii w  The Courtenay Hotel  DRINK  rite purest aud best BK12R, aud  made iu Cumbedand.  . CANCELLATION1 OF IJE-  ������������������ . SEIIV1-,.- "  NOTICE IS HEREnY GIVEN thai  the reserve, the notice of which appeared in ihu 11. C. G.izette on the 27th thty  of December, 191.7, is cancelled in so fur  as it relates to ih-a foilowlnj; parcels ol  'I land:���������the \V. 1 2 ofifieS. Ii. 1-4, the  ���������Si \V. 1-4 ar.d the S. J J of lhe N. \V.  1-4 west of the river in Section 4; the S.  Ii.1-4. the S. E. 1-4 of ihe S. VV. i'-4  andiheN.E 1-4 111 .Section 5: the S.  i-2 of ihe S. E. 1 4 in Section "���������>; ihe S E.  1-4, the S. W. j.4 .md ihe K. 1-2 of the  N. li J-4 in Secdou J 6, and Cac E. 1-2  of ihe i>. E 1-4 and N 1-2 in Suciion'ai,  all in Township 3, S.ty.v:,*ul Dis net, and  lhe N. E. 1 4 of the N. li. 1-4 in Ssr-  iion 32; ihe N li 1-4 U ihe S W 1 4 .itui  lhe N W t-4 nr.dN 1-2 oi the >\ li i 4 uf  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, B.C. 1913 |  ���������*.    .        IlF.OEriTS o  Gov't grant to Ci'y ..". .|a037 95  Gov't gj'itnt to Camp.. .*-1008 25  Iligli School r������ws.. - ."���������.     U70 OC  Special Gov't yrsnt    iiHuO 0!"  Paid by  Oity  of   C\m\-.  lii'rlaml   .........   3410 7ti  ij/WhrTi  yf  SIGN3  CoPvniQHTi&c  Anvor.o sunain)? a i>1r'v-cb (ad Spsoiip'l.jr) timj  QUl������*ilr i'ee!*.'!nlrs' f-iiv* ci������:-|u.-. j'r- ^ ..'icstior ns  liiTcn-.t.in la j'rcjaiiiy-iK.V   <' -is  MS  ..Imv  ������^MKM&Sg*^^  ft  J.    N.   Mcl-IIOD      IPi-.OE'KlEXor.  . *���������' Engliali ft x BUS'iW always on tap      ds������, the.famous MILWAUKEE  BBEU3���������Anhonsor, Bobmniiui, -Soliltz, 4o.    " "OLD G������i3������ BKARD"  . SCOTCH WHISKY, Best .Winos and Liquors of all kinds .  The rioardmg ������.ud Lot'ging DiDartHient, under tho itnuiediato m-[jerHit������tult.'uc<3  ���������      " will kj tou. d Firat class in every reapcut. ^  ATES*,  91 oo per day  ������������������*tea>au-*-K*^^  ci'hu'i jj; ihe N 1-2 of ilu; N \V 1-4  and ihe N 1-2 of the N li 1-4 in S#uiou  34; aiid the .S 1-2 and N VV 1-4 of ihe N  \V 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  S.tyward District.  The said lands ���������.*. ill he open fi rentry by  prc-cm|>tion on Monday., the lSth day ol  May at the lnnic of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications   in In 'nade at,lhe  office of the (/ovcrnmeiu   Ayent,   Vancouver,    No I'rc-einpiioii .Record  shall  inclu.'c morc.iiian 40 acres of land ck-  cep; in cases vili-ire it is  uesnable to in-  ���������elude small fraclional  pot'iions  of legal  Subdivisions; mforihation in winch con  nection may bc.ob'iaincd from'plans   on  view at die abtnc mentioned Agency.  K. A  RliNWICK  '  Deputy Mmioier of Lands.  Lands, ��������� Depart'mcrit,   Vieiwia, 15.; C,  February jiih  191-4.   " *  Total Receipts. .'.. .Sia8U*J :)(>  imvpnvin itww*-^  EXPKNDITUUE  Teachurs1 ealario'i ....  ������7l)2o GO  Janitor...' *    ���������   ������lrt 00  Scavi'ii'.^'r...,������.   Telt-grimp. tnli*[)lioiK'..  A, Muxwi-H, haulage.,.  I'ottov  t\:   Ivifkbrido..  iiaiiiajjo..  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR1  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE  T, I). McL-rai), slatioti-  ,   ery  ami  repairs..  'A*. II, IVacey,   stationary and books....  .   '    v)  Islander, priiHing   News    '       *- '         C II. Tarbell,  supplies  and labor   Di'.-O.K.MuoNaiifj-lit-o-u  niedicinl inspection  Thomson StntiuneryCu  books .������������������   Free Text Hook  Office  books   J. Jr.Dowggan,   Trustees,  Association v  Daily   Province,  adv'g  Sec'y's salary 32 moa  Ninvb-ury & Asliley,Ln-  snraiicb, new seliool *  station-  .. GOO  H DO  3 2  30  4  00  C8  J-v  00  U')  ���������4-i  DD  112  50  23  20  25  00  10 00  2 70  60 0,0  IHiljIH)!'.*..������' any i*,<-:oi :. -,r* '(���������*.?.;'.,���������    'j(>,.*������ j,.-'  .n^^YAdV^^'^'^-^  l'M*  b������.t,������l������C'Slca.CJ l.'. -u Wiwhliup.jl.h.0.  ���������M^^>l"iVfi^*"-i.-ie  *j-"^ . /*- jrr>\   ���������*������!  NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR 3  QliALED   TENOEU:..  super ;s ..^  <J "rernlc"  l')v Lock-vii. ..vi   i.\zm<.\  Copsiahlt-'". Quiii:c-s  :i  ������iH bo rci i."ivei! '.*", ;iu-  m^iii-km i.i'1'-'.-:;." \v.:'  V'i'K'.'.V Ul'' JvH'.i 'iiV ':i <���������  lhe en.'ci,(i:. 'ir.d c>~r.,r. t'-1  l'.iwc!'   K .<-.*  JI i.i i 1II *.'!  il*  ;, -r>������ ol  .,  ..j,n��������� ;,  Postntri-i   and  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper JThan Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  .*��������� Distributors NANAIMO, B. C.    ���������  LIQUOR ACT 1910".  Section 42.  Kvery convenience for guests.  Yh,e Cential Hotol for Sportsmen  Noii������ bul th������ liest ol Wines and L'^uors  al the Hat.  ���������RATES REASONABLE  John-Johnston,   Prop  i  IN TIIE,C0UNTY COURT OF  NANA [MO IIOIJDISN AT  NANAIMO.  IN THE MATTER OF William;  Ilt'i'lii-rt Hatlon   ik'cciisijil,  in  tostalo,. lato ol' (JourUs 11 ay. Ii C.  ' AND  IN THE MATT IS U of tlie "Ollicial Administrators Act,1*  TAKP NOTICE Unit by order oi His Honor Judge llarkor,  iiud-) on the llth day of Feb  riinry, liJU, 1 was appointed  Administrator of tlio Estate of tin.'  above iiionlioncd doceascd, Rivd all,  ���������jiat IioB.haviiif> claims agiiinst the;  eaid ci-tfak* are hereby n.-quirod to1  furnish samo, pvoporly voriliod, to  tne on or before the 15th day of  '.March l'JU. AND all par.  -ties iiidebtud to said estate, are required to pay the umouiit of tlioi.r  .ihdel'tediK'i1'** to mo forthwith.  Dated thin llth day of'lfobru  ary Iiiil.  W, WKSi.in' WlLMRD,  OlKuiul Adminiatrator,  Omnbeiland, H. C.  5  *f-  ^1  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  K'OTJCE frf  hert.bv giver, .that  0.1,the 1.-S. day  of  Drceinber  nexi".  application   will bo  mndo to" th*i  Superiiitt.'iideiit.of Provinci.il   pol  ic(-j_for_i',ji.l icensc-ifoc-i he���������ru ie of.  liquor by -wholesalo in' aod  upon  the premise's ei 11 aired in  ihe; town  of ��������� Courtenaj*,  B.C.  known and  descjibed, ue Lois {JO.and 31, Fec-  lioii-fcl.-"'  Dated this llth day of Oo ober  jijl^ '���������   *  ' , Uoyston  Mill,  Iii inb������r  UNION BREWING COM^ANYl H'gh schot)1 PnPils,������six '  . Ltd.  John Marocchi,  Munagor  Applioant  ery, ll  mos  Win. Potter, la!ior...  D.   Kilpatrick,   co:d.  hauling,  ���������J.C. (D )Liniit������d,  coal  S. Lei sit tfe^Co.,   chalk  Shibata, clock   "[Iayinaii^TuTrKae^iowrs-  T. li. Bate, hose, glass  .   suiitlries   <r. Dowues, l>ouks   L. AV.  'Nanus,   water  12 tncs   145 00  "10.00  33 50  * 22 50  127 50  1 00  ' ' -6 50  *������V  uric, 'intf-'id ir-.m^1 ��������� ,���������������'.��������������������������� v.1'.' -. ;t'. . >iv.-  nil l-ii������-cr, ui 1 In.- .' -v. >.'.-. I'.i.ct.i.i.  ���������Di-.'1-e!. 0  . l-'Ums, spcciiiotK.ns. ��������� -i-.it.k" ;-���������-���������:  fiinns ot icncici tii;������y !*;��������� -t-ei 'ii n,,*:' -.1-  t.T the 2nd day oi" fibnifti'y igi--\, iu il'e  ofiicc of tlie ������������������ l'lovmcial Cor-stal'!-?, :������r  l'owell Kivci ; Mr. J. tlaiid, Govern-  ir&iii Agent, .Cuinbcrland, U. C.;Mr. J. ���������  Mjhony, Govcrniiicui Agent, Vaoeouvcr  U. C; or ihe Dcpaituieat ol Fjblk  Works, Victtm.i.  Jniendini' ttndeiei** can, f.irthet.um  of ten tlollfns (fio), obtain one'  -copy oi liic nlnns and 'speciticaiions b*,*,  applyiii" io the unllcrsignetl, whicli sum'  \vii| be lel'iuidcd oii ilicir reiurii in  gond ord������'.  Each proposal i-.na?.t be accmnpatnei  by an accepted  bankcheque. or   ccrtif.-  caie ofdeposii on ,\  chn������ei������tl  Uinik cf  Can-Kin, :n;i'4epaytbte  to ��������� the   Hououi-'  able llie.Minister of PuWic Woiks,'fur .a *  -ui.. t-qtiitl to 10 rer cent of the lenctet,  which sh.ill bt- forfeiied if the p.'iuy itn-  dcriiiy decline   ici   enter, into  confiact  \*.lienJca!li*d uron tn do so.'orif lit; i-ob  Ail cotnulcte ' ihti.   >oik cuturitciud : for.  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNBWS.  ''Nuff Said."  irtHiWW'iiMmii wj*v* '**+*0r %  O. H TARBELL  I  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami till KJTCHHN itUTRNSILS  1 Sportsmcns  ���������^V^^Mfcli^*1**^  Violin Strings. Talking wia-  chiiien������������Wfl������suwl Victor llccordu  for *ak at tho News office.  NOTICE  Any *jwrwn or persons, cnttiii};,  romoving or inking any blocks  timbor or wood, oCsmy det-ciijitiodn  )oloiij������infj to tho Wellington Colliery CVy., or from or off tins land  uf tho said Coinjinny, or nnyonc  tipping rubbish of any description j  anywhere upon;: the cowipniiy''-*  land will bo pron-wsntoti to tho full.  extont of tho Inw.  J. II. LOOKAUI).  GeiK-nil Miinagw,  CoUiury'Co,y.  IN THKi COUNTY   COUKT   OV  NANAIMO H0LDKN AT  CU.MMi5UI.ANI)  IN   THE   MATTKIt   of Tliom.m  Smith, dt'coui'od, ini������**tule. who  dkid in Niiluon  Dinlrict on April"  2S,hl.   .  AND  IN TIIK M ATTIC It, of ihe-'Omi-inl  AdminNtrntorfl Act "  TAKK NOTJCJ-: that by order  of Iii.-* Honor;;.)ud^o Hnrkor, uiiuhi  ll  r.   R. I.   ,1 .  LIQUOR ACT; 1-910.      "  ���������Section i'i.  NOTICE ia hoteliy ..given that,  on 1 ho 1-std������y of J)eceml������or ticxt,,  upplieution , will ho tiindc to thn  Supctiivondcn.l of Pruvinciiil Pol-  ii*o fot icnew.'il of vliu hoiol licence  to Etdl liquor by retail in tho hoo'  known as tno, Muliu'i-iini lfot"l  ���������i unto at Lund, in lho Piovincoof  Ihilisb.Coluininu.  Da'������tl tliiw S h dny  of October,  1913.  FRED THU UN  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, mo.  ficelinti -12.  NOTICE i-j hcieby piwn  llmt  on the 1 -*t d'jy 0!. Ik'i'.enibpr noxt,  iipplicu-ion v/ill be in'.ul'-i to  tlio  rfnpcriiiloiidijul of   f-rovim'hl I'nl  ii'c for rotuuviil of lho hold  liw'nci!  to fell Ikjunr by totnil in the hou-l'  knowi*. itBjth'i Willnv*" lliilid, fitiv  uio at Cum 1 il-tdl Hivfir, in lhe Pro-  vim:.: nf BriiirihCiilnniliii.  I)nltd lliia.Slh d.iy of October,  1������J3.  CIIAHLKS THULIN  Applicant  day's   tfRching... ���������  School keys....,   Washing towxde     Special grant t'xpendit-  1111*0, Clarli&StP.wni-t  Co, Ltd. fnruiti-i'n..   -1150 07  A. McKinnon., furn'tro     200 00  Svptictank. '.      275 00'  Repairs  to old  p^hool     8U0 00  Maps         4.5 00  Labor putting   iu ���������uow  . desks       100 00  '! he clif-jnes bi -x'rttik-iScs <*t tiept'sU 0'.  .j 'an^UJ,\p^ -.fuf nen.oeiC'S wili   h<: "fi-.tii.:."..C  2*2 TjO'-J lu, ilic-vj   upon   ill"   !?>���������<���������-/;���������������"**'   oi   t:.i  '^oatr.-.ci.      '     . ���������  Tcnc'cfS will not ho. rowsiuli-ri'd uniiSi;  .niiule out on th;- tonus supplied, sinned  with the actual siyualurc of the leudcr-  er and .enclosed in the cmelopes ftiiva-  ishc-d.  The lowest or .'my tender not nect-ssa:  ily accepted.  ������������������' ���������   ���������,   j. ]���������:. cuiFFin',  ' .Deputy Minister .md I'uhlic Works  Entjiiiccr* Depnitmcnl of I'lilj'.ic \Voik*i,'  .   Viciorih, U. C, January JIM, 1014.  feg k-ii  ���������7 70  u 00  ���������fj 50  12' 00  .1 m  fi 00  Total expendit. KH3   ������12392 00  Uioji Pc.hool fooH d������o $5-1. 00  ltt'spocifully t-uibmittei).  THOMAS H. CAUKY,  Secrolnry.  Board of School Tnifite������H, Ouiii.,  bfi-land, IJ. C\, dun, 3, 1011-  **tt*m���������(*ir***i**t**mij\ m *���������*-*������*** It mm'* \m +mam**.+av*ri ���������������.**** *****tr  M ,yF  ra- %7i^vit''j..'t .<���������'���������������������������  ^f>,^C1   *'  >'���������:   .ir4   ':;       '���������������������������'������'  %^^'Y^-xx,   y   l,.���������,  l .   ' 'V^&inU-'v'f. .       *  OBENimW PI'*!*:  Hill  Ldionls uud Iind .Ln correct V, Mi ^>te���������le.l Limts.       fife?  ,     .    . W>\ t\ >"��������� VA GH.LETT CO., LTD. rf v v,  CanrcJ.'an Clovenimcnt  h shev v/o have tuo xuirohi,  ^.i  \\ nnd !;!r:!!C!5tc1ri.'.:M<.h r.<������.*As, f, ^  \t\ (MUr-.lVr, ?s \is-iiX b.v  tf..������ /)',���������'���������,  11 1 t'r .1 . 1 t n\\ Ollto.lth: rs i-.3-ja b.v il.* lif)  I lioroby n-rlifv llmr I hnvo i.-v-  ku\ ,.,.., ,-..,  r���������. ,���������_,. t    1  linc'tl tho botikrt and necounts ol'l yVn, cv-iry-hcr.?. Co-:1-', no [h'A  n Cnuibeiiund public iiiiti liighjffl;.' j:;u0 Vm- 'ils :::f"���������;-������������������* ,'f.'i:!j  .n,,iu ..,..1 H...I   ilu..,.   , ������.t   ������wi ������i!a ft\ R'.Iultcralcl I.jnrts.        ft'v..  J. STEWART,-  Auditor,  ���������r ���������*."���������       1   . nn ������ ���������������.,  ...   .1,, t...ji������j*.i    . .. k -I,, A .  V1N A NC1A L      ST A Vl-iM IC N T  OumbcrUtiid Nijjlit School  1018  UKCKIITS  (Invi.rnuwiiit (Jmnt  ������300.00  SuliKM-iplion    157.50  ������rU7.r*n  W$W<0At,u*- om-tt a'-u/.-a.a Jirmnm. TiMelier1 wuiuy ���������!' immtliH -b-iuO.iM)  m i\ >'��������� V/,Cn.LETTCO.,LTD. rf l*?'^  CwVs GoUou Moot C-rj.-poiHS*&  pi ,.......  Vmt', i.miniloL. A������l<tr^**i!   JlW  ���������JnDirW������0lfilHfro.1To'!i!iT0,ilNr. 'Jcnn4li\Vii*iu?.  -"-nt-*-���������** tut m^m-naattrnm t*m*t������m**i  v**w***mm1*m**  DonM   roryct  to   place  your  ue.xl oider for printing with its.  NOTICK.  Riding1 on locomotive.** and   rail  way cars of  tho  Union  Oolliory  Company by any por^on   .)r  per-  Bono���������K-xcopt tain crow���������hi elrictly,  prohibited.   ISmployccH  rtx* sub- ^  Ioc to diutuiHhal for ullovviiiK ccm  Uy ordor  J. R. LOCKARD,  Oaicral Manage.  ���������������������������Pi-oiiavvJ ���������iJiiiiititilrtt"! tii di* iv.  lato of   iho  above ni(.'iiliiincd   do-'  cousfid,  and   nil   pan his   havi".*.'  claiin.^nguirtiit tlu*   ������af.l cstuto 1m1  h \o   uiruiHi   Pji.'iic,  pr^pi'ijy vorihed, to mo (.'.'i or boforo lho l'llh day of D.-cnii.bor,  lOVd. AND all purlk*i- indulitod 10  na (1 lOtiiHlc, aro roipiircd to pay llm  amount !>{ their fiideblcdiici* lo  mo "forthwith.  Dut'd thi-j I l(li day of  Novum-  hor,, 101 :\  Wrr.rjuu),  OHinnl Aduiir.iftr-ilftr,  'Cai.iU-iUt.il,, Ih C  f-.\ivl   J*    '������/   ."'I.U-...... . ������������������������������������. \nl-l.'-1.....'������������������' ��������� , ,  /\*,i^,'*i>*rrNi*,iin"ii'j'i iVHimn.   nr.il:.".   tun   -.lllilltot'  t Jin* w j.i, ������iiiii;iirtii'i.(j. ......    .  ���������i.'i IhtiUUii. Mtitlo! .tm'l I'rolt; UVi'i;  /.'-.-    \Jnht  iminuWii, Ncjrtiftl ll'ra lm int. /.'/������twi>������iii. >"���������/''   '     r  m"t,irt'tuni,oHit FfT-fl. f/ f'.j.'^oi- km-mct ��������� (\,A.  IVU'0 H jierJmv*. ht>;f'irfi.  < no>vitlpW'ijfi>.i .**. ;x"''"  willi'ltt-c  f-'ulil h'/all ���������IruwiieWiir iniilliil lit  ifilniiki,'. fin *ri-<i-lpl of ini"*.   A" V'H'i' I'M  1 .."7i / irrr    TUt-i /*ikv"1 Modlrlno Co.      ���������    i ,,,  il  l(  onliftml IVc. 31, 103������ R00  <������<&& f-^<i tf������6<>->*->4* *���������<,'"���������.' **<��������� C*H  t  1.1 ���������ilir'.'V U'lUI M.'f '  -���������'    ���������    ' .    .     "���������   ������������������       lilt  t>������M>lli'������-������i wttlU      I UI.VI  \'.N\ft.,..*..i. ><. *.���������   iv.n ,,   -    j Jit'Hpcr-.tfhlly Hubniittixl  ���������   I ,VV  NOTICHi- lu r-.-by ������iv������������'i tii tl at t)i������  iii-nt iiictitlnit nf thft I'Kiir*! 1 f lAu umCum  iiiikiiitnom or tlio City of t'liuiborliiiid, ������so  iiitt'iitl to npr-'y for u it������:,i'W.il . f Uu1 hot-  THOMAS, H CAUEV,  Sivrotiiiy.  I horoby wrtiTy tliat 1 liavo ox  tl I'tcnm hold hy 11.1   for lho Vn.ilni.i-'umii.nd tlu- bou^n atid awouuli'. ni  IU.UA. m ttu.l<t'1i*i'������ WiJi, bWI; Tl Oiunl rr-|,jj,.    rv.iulii'I'titll'l     litL'hl      r.'ilf'il  JOSKP11 IM^OSTIS.*'"- ,",<'1 ,1"',M   ('i','lt"', US f������l f "''  ���������JOH'.I'IJ TOU.4UU   ���������ullOU*..  OJl*l Ofl'-ob-r 21HJ-U 1' JJ5. *' & l1'"^ ^ '}T������,.  Auditor  for tho Milk wa-'M)  withV.w*" CiXiH'W V/ny.  I" :s I'..** li   iniiii*..   i\." I)  I<AkMPROi>lJCK !  Our Mill, is tlit: product  of ihe l^*si hod Cows  l'WHfti-j    MILK  j D.-!-V.  ���������:! V..-  .-..���������'!.*..'.      .Vt;'.'  t  4  X  t  **  ���������  ^  M/N^li^-T',  i*.i-  ��������� v  ^><>>*<W'>fO*w *i ���������*--',-.���������������* ...��^-.<*��i^OtV>J^ Kt��y" ^^��T* v.
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What Advocates Can Earn In thfl
Land of Cakes.
The .promot! nn of Lord Dunedln
from the highest judicial office la
Scotland to Le a Lore', of Appeal la
the House of Lords, and th? appointment ol Mr, Alexander Uro to the
Lord Presidency of the Court of Session at .Edinburgh, recalls how difficult R is for young men to make their
way as advocates in Scotland. Liko
thousands of others; theso distinguished lawyers, when they em'-arked
on a legal career, realized that it was
anything hut easy to "be.omo
known" in a professional sense.
Lord Haldane one; said that In the
first few years after he became a
barrister lils average salary was fifteen shillings a wcjlc. But maiiy of
the young advocates in Scotland earn
considerably les:1. They walk the long
hall, where the Scottish Parliament
Bat years ago, In arduous idleness
while several undertake reporting-of
tho legal debates, 'in occupation
which Is regarded as a stepplng-slouo-
t-* an appointment, if sheriff-substitute, with a salary of anything from
?;>,000 to $5,000 a yorr. Among tho
lawver-toportoi-s Is (he brother-in-
law, of the heir to a .Scottish dukedom, c*
There are  numerous  instances  of
Scottish lawyers getting to the top or
the tree through Bocial Influence, but.
merit fuds the path to a lucrative
appolnt-ncnt. steep and rugged.   Tin
, ..Faculty of Advocates, of, which all tha
I liP  InQI-T/MIPP fifl 1 Pleaders   are   members,   is   one   of
LIIC  tlldUiailOC UUij tue  unst'exclusive trade  unior    In
iJiofe     $ 3,500,000.00 ! the'A.^orld. The great majority of. the
imuranco 18,500,000.00 ! advocalos M�� Politicians, for, though
I many years ago the church was the
Absolute Security For' open door'to-.the Bench, the political
Policy Holders" I arena is to-day the easiest and surest &
Excelsior Policy Form, Approved by Dominion   \  ***   l��   l��lgU .Judjclal   offlCO.
When They Have
Mil!-., '.Vinslow's SoortiiNi*. Sviurr- liars tiecti'
Bso'u ior ova.: S1XT'-' IfKAKS '��>' HIU,10NS ot \
MOTIIKKS ."or tlieir omLUKliN WH.'IJC
TRUTHIKO will) I*l*Ul*l-CT SUOCV.SS. 1': i
���JCiUTHKS lhe- CIIK,!). SOl'TKN'S th*? (UU1S. i
#U.-Vi'o all .PAIN: COH'iCS WINK COLIC, auc. ���
iti tiie lic.'t remedy ioi .'UA'.iKnuC.V. It ia al> ,
Bolntclv harmless. Bt sure juo ask. iot "Mrs. J
Wittsibwi* Soothing .Syrup," uud iultt Uootrti j
kind.   Twcuty-livc ceiiti a bottle.   ��
Insurance Department
Ior A&onciea apply to Provincial Offlcoo at;
VANCOUVER, or Hold Ofllco, TORONTO     '
Most, of the King's Counsel are
sheriffs, each drawing an income of
about ?o,000 or $3,-\00 from his office, and, besides, they are allovvtd to
practice at the Bar ..whereas sheriff-
substitutes are do' rr'cd from "pleading. The. present ,'overnment. hnve
made a large number of legal appointments iu, Scotland since they came
Book Fre-,   a smipij! into power in De.ceml.or, 190r>.
Bonn-.   -jreatincn' removed ' ��� - ......
fiii-ip fi-ijm this 5ady'.*i breast
Old sores, ulcers  aoi
fji'0-.vths curid,    Dusc.-ibj
jetiv C'roDOle;. we wit? seui*. book Ja-i testimonial.-),
yy rhXtii&vi ���^~p-i'&iri*!i��'!i:ysh 'A'-t-y'^i
- iv --'Tfevt'i^* -v yt>,.^,y. -i- ^psfe ���<���:&���;, i-
The writer has calculated trnt tho
aggregate annual salaries attaching
to these positions amount to about
$.100,000, which, capitalized at 3 per
cent., represents $10,000,000.. The
busiest junior at the Scottish Bar ia
the Hon. William,Watson, a son ot
the late Lord Wa:son, .Lei. of Appeal, and the foremost fTires amo-ig
the senior pleader-, are the Rig: t
M.P., Dean of Faculty aud Lord Advocate >n tbe last "nlonist Administration, and Mr. A /on Clyde, K.C,
M.P.���London Tlt-13lls.
We also buy hides, and senica root.
Urou 'Ml 'OUT Or 50B*li"��UHDOW��'Dr,OOT TIU BLUUT
IvrrtR (rota kidnkt, ilaudih, mervoui dii-uu-*,
���rtl* lor niy PRKB book,  tii* most INStkucvivs
'    JISIAIEl tad lh��  KIUARtUILC CUKK1 IfrKCTID kf
**lirttbar-wi��lrl<rvoui��wiitll��aQi. DoatMa-liMM.
AkMltttil-fFRCR. No'tonowip'clmilkr'-. Ul LICLkM
Kip. Co. U��Vf MTOCI to. Uauhiud, Lohdok.i k��
In tla-lr 1913 report on mllU production, on pftf-o IM, Btnto tint il��-
liornlnf Ih quite tlio liett prnctlce.
(In |i*i|-i. ISI it nlso iwuimuu'IiiIk (lie
most Hirudin* liiHtniuu'lit tut tin)
liurnuii. on tlu> nmrki't, Wrlt�� for
fir,* Imoklut G II, II. M'KENHA,
819 Hobnrt Stroat, Toronto, Oun,
Flogged Onl'/ Genlusej at Eton
Somo  of  Hid  hfirrlsliljis  of  life  a'
'ton   In  bygone limes might  bo ro-
garde,! as co'iipllmcntiu;   t- tlio hiiI'-
ferers,     Only tho best of tlio hoys
woro pulled upon t<* hoiir tlunn. The
biographer of Ur, Pcrr  n onls that
the   fiiinous   ' lot'   head   bell vod   In
floRuliig fur nil offfimca ir.'.il even for
absonsn of offense, but. .invor puiilnli-
ed   Hi tin toil   eapiiclf   or  tried   to  ox-
tori much Trom niotlhcrlty.     If Par*l
mad." up lils mind thnt -,. boy wiiii to j
hi> clariiieil us nn dlucri',     n' hoy en-\
Joyi'd prnctlc.'il    'ininiTilly from    thoj
blri'l-  over lift or.        Hnt    wlien    (hai
head  iU'-li't'int   olu  tho doclor '1 bo-1
ll.tvo Ro-iiiid-r.f) In it hid <*," gi'iilus' lho J
aiiHwr-r was:   'Kay* r.o!   Then let'
tho flogr-liif.* begin tinion-nw.
Bi'ltnlii's CoJnr Problem.
The'color question iu Soulli-*Afrlc**,
Is creating considerable apprehe-slon
In-England. South of the 7 mbesl
there aro only 1,000,000 ualiva
Chrisliai .. and the 0,000,000 of
black heathen constitute a growing,
peril. They are intimately . mixed
with whites���are their domestic
servants, even the nurses of thc-il
children. ' America's great, color
problem is confronting Great* Prltalti
within her own colonies in an .g��� a-
vated form ul an aggravating time;
when labor trouble.! on the South
African rand havo driven the mother
country almost to 'ior wit's' ono.
A prominent li'iiglishnmn, returning from South Africa, remarked
the other day: "Tho problom of .tho
black and while is causing consldoV-
able apprehension among tho various;,
leaders in South Africa, who ropturd
tho future with some anxiety, "outh
or tho Zambesi their; aro .it loi..it sis
blacks lo overy whilo, whllo in Natal
the pr jortlon Ib 11 lo 1. Tho blacks
aro increasing moro rapidly thnn the
whiles, and In Natal will doublo
themselves In 37 years. At. present
tho 'itmosphoro is that of a whltu
oligarchy, of which every momber ia
an aristocrat, and u black .proletariat, of, which every member is a
server." ��� ' '
Tape woim Js bred from a parasite.
Tills parasite is a creatufo male and
female in ono.     It Is ot.poar pbapo,
having two, four and si:: suckers. It
lays tho eggs, which are only connected together with slime.     They, develop  and   form  a  body,   wlii-di  is tho
worm.     lCaeh point is,.an ind-vldual,
l.r.ving a sucker or mouth*   Tho worm
grows much-longer tha**  tlio bowels
whore it is located, and sometim-?s',a
whole folo-iy' of   thom   aro   found,
enough Vo ilii a quart of solid worm,
and when put in a bucket   of   wate.1
would  iipptrc-ntly   fill  it.      It  Is  tho
h.-rdost task in the world to destroy
this parasite without doing injury ' >
the Individual who may bo so unfortunate as to liavo it, as th   pnraslts
from the body bf tlio worn1, and remains Ihorr to breed -.l.othiv.'It is an
irlornal demon, and oausps Us vie'iim
'to suffer all tlie symntoins of dlsenso
iirfaginable.     Tlio   clo^ero^t    physicians aro led to believe the patient is
suffering from Rome other diser.se. ns
nearly every person lias different sym*
-ploins.     Sonif havo beer t real oil for
cancer of. the bowels, consumption of
the bowci'i. oonsumpliofl of the luncs,
'chronic   dysnensia.   nervous   prostration,  melancholia   hypochondria,  hvs-*
roria, i]if"nm>v>ati'on of bowels, riimcmll-
ciiis. r.nd othjr c mnlainls, when one
or more nf rtiesc internal demons were'
pniinir (jmi,. '������.���pr.aft-ny.
.   Prof.  Miilvpnov hns  mad' tho discovery In froo ibe victim of tbls'mnn-
prop wirho'tt inlurv to    -o svptent. -le
'trov'nsr (lio rnrn��lii! ns well n? pvooll-
ini; til" wirni with ono r-oro of modi"
flno wiflinul  fir.y nr'oviout, f.Inrvatinn.
'*i��it   I'i    oOif.fi  - 'i.-r   in-,  iinr  in  Ms
nosEi-SPi' '*  Il'f*  tvrtzi   vr->mlofFill   poIIpO-
Mon   of  ii'^o.  rtoniii-il^qlin't, r.io'-K'.t*'-*-"-"
in tIip'.v-." ii'lrl   whip.lt bayo bopn fv-nplb
nd from lifii irpi"--, of i\nri Ar. l-tv bi"* f-t-
'���".".nns   i-oniodv..  somo   br>tllr>R   POlitn'tl-
'ns* polnnif.'*- of w/^rm" mifl nnvnnc op"-
'ttrr (hfi.Y. ortnr.r.f Im^o-'n.. * ~~v " n^i'C^'1
'���O'.llfl PORpiblv lu-o Willi tliom in l'1''
'*nwf>lR. n ip tii-tv*ioi'���>���"���* fl><" '1kwV.pi"
of    lio-.-irdp    ti.l.t    liavo    vbPIl*. "Vbi-U-
on'v'i i."i'fi i-b""' .' 'l oro nol nwnr'''
I-,' |l>ri IV.nt. Tlio. ipfr*- *��<.^ ''*"���'"
'".-.nis'ilq Pm P-v-rneTOi* lin- in Im<" noaoo-
ti.in <n-o finn-iiuf1,- lr. pnnvin.'>P "** "^ ','"'
���.lnmilr-T   Cir.*-. Sn"r>o      f,f   I1''*'      m^'*1'
nrrwv*inr"\ 1 pvtupI'm"*? r.''" vn'-f>iioi" no-
'irl:ln��� Ai-r-if nticU-. linnflnpl'P l oi""Tin��
!���    (lio   h<\\'-f<U.  ri   rf>,'.lii*l'r" Oe   roTioM't''!*'
Ji-. f^ u.i-1-.-cr ."^ri. ft_l\---_\^.f-ilg      nli-.A    n    fnQlltll'
.1-    flirv.,'.rl.    RQTIl^l In'rirv    -."1 a    p'-*..!-,.'! i n o-    |]T!
Hip   (lirnnt.        T"p   n--.lv   p.p-rt-n'flv    if
'*nviiio- n-lo i'i' "in K\"'". Pill '"5 -.W,""l
"fiffiiifi'ili;' or l^nift. -p-i*i> pf-fi i*"i..f*li
*>nin^ ..ivni' nl.Mr.cl m",v llr.n.* Tnnv
;."r O^t ,)tl,l fi-nni f'l*rnn.nn-\rinrq if On
I'l/ili In !in '"'*1' lnt|.r ii'l'lnli hf-rrt - (-.'"r-
tnn   lmo>i   iv.Iclnl/r-ri   fnr   rin   ""-'���iti'?   Iiv
Splendid  Entertainment for    Visitors
to Winnipeg     ..'
With tho coming of the New Year.
C. P. Walker issues a list'of bookings
for tho Walker TlKf.tre, Winnipeg, for
v 3 .first four months of ISM4. Mnnager Walker offers tho most attractive, varied and nuperlor list of entertainments over presented in a Canad
Ian"playhouse during a similar period
Included In the list aro: ��� ���
.'���This Glad Eye,* a farclal comedy, interpreted by an English company direct from tho Strand Theatre. London, whero the. play ran for flfceen
'Robin Hood,' Do Kovon's best opera, presented hy tho He Koven Opora
Oompnny, bonded by ' Bessie _ Abbot. ���
Alice Lloyd-anil the specialty stars
of flront Britain. Direction ot Wm.
Gaby Deslys and Now J York Winter
finrdon Oomnany In tlio throe-act musical play, 'The Little Pnrisiehno.'
Grand Ooera Spason of two weeks
bv lhe Qnlnlnn RnRllsh On ml Onorn
Oomnany of 200 witli orchestra of 60,
Twolvp ononis.
, 'Pea O' My Heart.' the Oompdv drama now in the sccor i yoa- of its mi-
iiitpri'untnd rnti nt tlie Toft Thontrp,
N'pw Yorlc. Direction of Oliver. Mor-
os.co. '      "
May Irwin Pnn.ifiR's prpnilero com-
medlenrtR, in 'Widow hv T'roxy,' ft far-
p.IpiiI pnmpilv in 'thron npts.
Robert M-~nfp.ll'nnd liia Oomnnnv In
���r*>'in(j .TniiTi* nnd nt). cjiif(\f,cnoo'"i<iTi
nlpvs. Diroptinn nf Wm. A. Prndv.
- 'The Oii,i'|��>p rs,V|,' tniKilf-nl pnmmlv
wdh Vl'ptnr Arnvlpv. . PMiirn pnP'Qp-p.
ni""t       Tlirpptinn oT .Tnlm p .Slnpitni
Wm Hprf-i^, i.i 1,1a 'l,ia c-ftiienn's SUP*
ppcq   "Hip Pnn,l  f0 Nnnninnss.*
'Liltle Wo-nen.' n d^niiflt'-rntfiPTi n*f
r,niii<s-i    AI'-nH's   wpll.l-iinw'l    stOTV.    DI
-���f.p"��,i i\f \tf���i   A.'Pfidv.
,MaH""Yi(�� C.lira P..4-4. nml UTi- Kp***"
t-ini-lov 17iinifni.f-| in  Vm\cr Ren'tal.    "      **
Mrl��fvr�� ariH Hp->+li In n revival nf
'Tlio T-T-ir-i Trno' rhtytvtr\" of pIs-Mv
nii'iwMn,,  ���f  fni,n  Onvt.
L����i��l-j      Wilier.      tlin      rtlofltierii'fclini-l
r.in-Hoii   npfor mnnfi,ror, in !. lii.s l'qtnqi
Miff.     Pmn\)  'Tf����l!��|    t^    'Tlin' Wm.
IttT;'    r,     (irttYt'in    flr">'"l       "">"l    *|*[lr>.MPW    Vrn.|-
���^"icitiV.    fncr't.     Divpp.Hntl      or '   Arthur
TInnin1ol.<:'.nin    ��� ' ,'   .
Ann   al        Mnel,-..)      C^-i|,n|  Iiv     *rl">
,,!��Hln07in|lo    Qvninlinny   Ar.���|,^c.f j,^    PTl'l
**l*-n��vrin<v   nv Inrifi    O^oif.fv
^'""^r+in M-rv��i/ .-iitA M13 T.ni^'*'! Pn��-i
"i--iv ,111' 'Tlm O-ilv. Wnv,' aiub'ot'inr
'TUn -   rOnii      PUrl '   t'toiii.lf.f,   AToolnr.
Urinlr'o   f'lntjieHn   1 llV Oimn   fMMT|r>cinv
""ii]_ Ti'*nrln/*1 Inn   co^r.   l,r..��o   lppl   PPfi^oil.
Wanted Farm Lands
Wo hr.ve a great many clients who aro desirious of securing farm lands
in exchange- for clear title lots., .Winnipeg.Houses,,Automobiles, 'etc' Below are a fov/ exchanges wo have to'offer for Improved,or wild'farm
lands: '" " ��� ���
'' Seven rotnodj fully noi'ern house $4,200.00   ..
,' 10 woll located lots clear ��� titlo $3,000.00    *      " . .   '  .   .
'.   45 horse power Cndallic Auto, good as'now, $1500.00
' Send us in legal description, prlco, etc., oi any farm lands /ou have to
eell'or'exchange. -    -      -
SGOTT,    HILL, ��.  CO.,
*' o 22 Canada Life Building,
i ^ '���       Winnipeg, Mari.
>i .,.���.
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this time-tested���world proved���home remedy which suits
and benefits most' people. Tried for three generations,'
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what it means to have better digestion, sounder sleep, brighter eyes,
clearer complexion, which come after Beecham's Pills havo cleared
the system of impurities. Try them now���and know., Always of tho
samo excellence���in all climateB; in every aeason���Beecham's Pills aro
The Tried, Trusted Remedy
Prepared only by Tliomin Ttecclium, St. Helena, Ltimthire, RnsJ'od.
       Solil everywhere in Canmla and U. S. America.   In bo*ci, 25 centi. '	
'lii-iio iv'li-i (In nnl 1-nn'V ,'t .-l?ffornn<��n
Tlinvn fii-i linv *->,|* "��� >.."��� lines nf iT*1-
lrni-5 ,v1ii(>li tv.>ulfl - Inlro \(- loni? to
winn(ii">(o        Rlf-rf*^  'n    rnv.    ��tomp
nnnnln nf c-mur' rn l��"t't-lt'oTI havo VOJ*.'
t'U\n   ,1lf.|..nc<s      -
P'l.f A1*.ili*iMiAi*'e wiirtl ifoninns
1 -|T.n M.",-i..t-.i Fvln-wiloolni '" s!}ff> fUl-t1
���"1.1   l.lllM>llr.r.ri \lr\ pHr'jil'i ,      HO  "I"".
tri-\. \f. Tin! ,'llw<i",i"r>n!.l.lr> til triVr' C\iW
���ln-jf. vnii-lv nlwnv.- yfrmi-?   f*Clire   ^l"**
'lifiv'ltifoi'rn'if'on f-p**,
T*il-^/.>;/>,,  0f  q'lnhnrr  Co. I.-J..'
P.haiin��*w Olrnf"- In lilq riiif ^AitiAflv
.i^-imo .���o.-.n-noer- TlhiV      "Od-pct'on of
"���.Tnnrv   MillA'-.'',
��� V
Mrs. .Wilkins. thr nrin-.n--"" teacher,
wf-o inatructini? hpr ���Jmnll c'lnrires.
Name one ihinc of importance tl-in'"
t-ld nnt ovi"r* ji luinilivd'yer"-" ago, snid
the feaclir-r. ' " ;���   *    ,    ,  .;
Ralnh ^vmilcl'., mi, onlv chi'd who
.wns sentofl ''i the f-o'ni r.���*. promptly
nroRp and anf-*wnr<��fi' Mo.
Danners of Crcwda
When a man-Is standing still Ills
weight actt vertically downward, but
on mov'ng he exerts a' Bide thrust
greater thai: his ' weight. Conse-
queiitl;".* a crowd moving rapidly on a
structure, like .a pier, exerts a tremendous sld ivi&o' pressure which
tends to thrtv.y the pier over. If a
man stands on a* .plank bridge it
1 ��nds slightly, but * If he walks
across it sways .violent'./ up -and
down. A reglmeit of !.oliiiprs'm'iro.h-
ing in step across r, trestle' or other
liglit hridtre votild cause, such a'tre-
mendous swaying motion ., that It
would give way, and, so soldiers al
wavs 'break step' in crossing such ������
bridge, ������    " '
On a certain swiii'i; foothridfee
across a glen in tl.e -north, of Sc-'t-
landj^'ajiigtice forbidding Newfoundland 'dors 'tin' lie talc across. .These
dogs' tvot in "s^cli perfect rhym as ro
Jcnj i �� e_a^d a n p:&ro_u2_si'da v^ij_ik_sJMJl
bridge. '   ;.
A man rising *o a standing from n
sitting no��tiiro evprts pi, tli�� ground
a fcrco- pq'ur" to twice his- wi-debt.
Thu." wh��n a srowr* sn-'denlv sjnrlnsrs
to itr" foot nt a fo->thal! maYolror thon-
tre the strain nn tho ���"linnortlne stand
is ennrnioim not] has ro b allowed for
hy the   ngine*rs.
T'oevlHli, p.'ili-. res'li'S.!, anil f.tckly,
ch-Mi'ivi owe llioir fon.llilon tn worniu j
Mnilu'r fii'.'iv-",'.- Worm l.'vt.-riiilnnlorj
r-JJI rollovi-- t!:cni and rnetoro henltli,   j
First tmirl.t nhi'(ind--T?n. hn, lin!
This Ir wirih nil the timo nic.iioy and
holhor I hiiv-i HPfrit nvur hert-!
Bop.nnd ditto���1 delihcrutclv klimed
the IKllo Heri'i.t inniil with the worut
Kamoiis Kii(.;lls!i (lironoRi'ain.
"'he chronogram was not, in Kng*
land,. alwayH tompoRcd of Latin,
Ihciigli It wiui a do\ Ice borrowed.I'hiiu
tho later IlonuuiK revived during Ihn
rpiialstinncp. I'erluipn the most ium-
ouh chronogram in lOnglluh wan thnt
oa thn death of Queon r'Uzabnlh; "My
Unv (MohihI la In Immortality." That
lH.'j'DUMI. (HiOll), thoyuiir In which
she died. This Ih neater than most
Latin I'Xiimpli'.K, an tho numi*rnl�� iu>-
pear an capltiil lei torn at lho br��ln-
nlng of tho wor-'H unci bo do not. .spoil
lhe HvtnniPlry or th.' InHCTlpiUui, Hut
It iIo'ph not fulfill the rondltloii that
"no letters of numi-'rictl vnliie" shnll
b�� "emplov.-i. n'p^rfluouply," slut-o
"D," "M" auA "I" nro numerals ���
MiinrlH'StPi* lliiardl.iii,
0"r> rl 'li.i fnlr iinsaiJ'i * "���< of ..
vim' 'Ota pnrlv nl.on��i"Pi1 llnl I lio citl-
teln   ii'nrrt   m   nni-lmu   \nil-   nflnr  onmr.
mloiion in th.-. iiinp||in^"V ot tho rr>ift
\i'i,of',.  ii-.,.   ....iinr    .1 .���n'rfii'*il>  c'ir> ill
onli-o-l   jo'le'lnimlv,
T'.io  ff"!   U.   vnl'ii"!    '11.  ra'^lfitn,   'n
,   ���������,    .,A.,��n    rur BiiiM.!!''*., 1> ">1''Vt.
Oil   tvv, dii'-'l  pi'i-l i"linni- Mini-   rpnl1**''
Mio   vnii'"   i/i'iioii   (wi'ic-illiii.'U-    pn   H'a
Mlldl'l'   lh.*>   Wif*""   lif    "v   fl'     tho   Y11TIP
���>^  <-t>m   it.'II   ii'lir*-  Mint
JUST THF iwumriwp.
n.ihv'h Own Tnlilnls*- rir*1 lust the
im>dic|pp for MM lo -trs. Th*>v sweet-
on tli-i slonififh and rotrnlnlo Ih** bow-
fls, Thnn' hrpaidiig ".11 enlds purine col-
lr>, pvni'liing uoriiiK and ma king teeth
ing Ptipv f'-impm'tig thi-m Mrs H
.1 .ivor. \Vo*-hiiii'"ii1.im 1 I'nlnl 'NII.,
wrltoH'    "I   i'ii.'-*   heon   t;��lng  li.iliv'n
Own   Tnhll'IS Rn'"'1  I'^O litvl   dud  tlmni
iiut Mm iiind'.-iiw* liahv noi-'dn," The
Tnliliifit r.ro nut A hv medldii" don lorn
np jiv innll nl '.Ti '"'lili' ;�� I'ov from T'��o
"- Wlll In mn' Medicine Co.. Ilroel.vllle.
Out.   ,
Oualnt C'-.lnr Orna ients
.China figures, nualiit la-lips witli
powdered ohiiiH lin'r' .niid nlnlc. china
cheeks and grappfnllv slim flgurps
nee drpssed in trnv dlllr ��� rnwna. ench
of which cnticonls a shnhlo ho*< in
which oantllps or sPwlne mntprinls or
nnv sort of trinkets poul he put.
Those charming chin*- ladles cost
$2 7Fi and mnko dpllcbtful Chri**tmn8
prosonts, Some .���*���" Hifm nro strum-
ming guitars, and somo are ga-'lng
raptly in oh Inn mirrors, nn-1 somo
are languidly fanning themselves.
Politeness in Excess
Mrs. Jordan had ideas 0; the wu/
children shoulc" bo -eared. Hpr young
hopeful. Tommy. - ca ie d he** a 'ini*-*
anxiety in thla respect. Now and
again, therefcre, a serious politeness
lecture was admi'.Jetered.
Now, Tommy, dear **'������   started, sup-
nosinir you accidentally stepped upon,
11  gentleman's foot   what would you
flay" '"'   -
T would say: 'Peg your pardon!'
That's my own littlt- son. smiled tho
nlea^P'l mothpr.     And if-tup gentle-;
man gavo you a net nv fo-'vour polite-
���nosq what would ym say?
Tho ^nnocent, look nssed from
Tommy's eyas "as he quietly answer
ed: ' .
'Why, r^ would stand on the other
font and say 'Beg pa-don I'.again, of
course. "��
She was t.n Trisli Tjr'-'who tnlked
turkey,' drank fipo'rch., got her Dutch
��".p iind took r'vpnch lea\*j. ���
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria
.Tob wished thr.t his adversary nad
witt-* a hoot* hv.i tho modrrn jot
tlcinn would he content, if bis ad**ar
sary would write n letter.
Virgin'*-  Hare
Tho  first white  child   jor.i  on  the
Dare.     Slip wa 1 bo.n on Honnok? Is-
lnnd In 1HS7.   She wns    tho    ^rand-
child   of  Cnvpi-nor   Tol"*.   Whlto
TIip preacher wp? n vor.ng mai nnd
npr*.'**iiB hut Intnrfstlng. TTe. was
making n ol or 1 if n t nlea '���' * tlie home
life, and was doscnnflng elonuonrlv
tho ovllsof tho clu'v telling his eon-
groffntlnn 'hat nMnhd men in nfi-tlc-
nlnr hIimiIiI siK'i.d thel- ���' onlngs nt
homo u'ith their wivpR ni**' children.
Think* of my lienors, s?id ho, of n
poor npgloplpii v Ife roc-Id* ** (lip cradle of her sleeping bubo with oiip foot
i"'' wining.ywny the tears "with tho
-nhor! '     '       ���
A Lemon Pointer
By placing 'cnions in tho oven and
hooting th,em thoroughly and then
���v-i'ting thnin with thp hstii'l yen will
f'T*d that thoy have > delicious flavor
which'Is nevc-r found when the lpm-
ons nro cold. *You "wil".- also . get.
more juico out of a lemon bv heatlag
Prices of hogs nro down but th'-
connection belweon hogs nntl poi��
uponin *.   have hopn loat
Mrs, Kotiinson rushed from hor bedroom in a'slnto of groat Indlgnnfion,
���ind leaning over thi balustrade n't tho
���on of the Btnlrcnae, 'shouted angrily:
BvldgPt!   Brldgot!  Ct.mo l.ere thlj��
..   Brlilret crime, .
1 thought you ?-'A yi'A plennpd thh
i-ooni, pon'inr.ed Mrs Uoblneon, stIU
������'loiit.iiig nn^rlly. But hu>' dookuntlpr
''-'- 'iod: tho lool h slnipl/ thick with
dust, Hnvov.'t I told y thnt you
mitRt always lwcop nn-pr thj beds?
Well, muni, '���oplied RridgPl, In tearful IniMgnation. nnd how. 1 should llko
ir k-iow, could tho ."'iisl invc got nn-
dpi Hip b(-d If I hndn't swopt lt thoro.
Orepfilonnlly wp  moot people  wbo
���ire nlmnst as nriinit ns wp nro*
A Hook  Acclileiit.
Whon M. Iloni'l, n anoint nnd
roi"dp in town looMiig on Tlicirnl by nilsor of thro-won1 ind li-n, died
H'ho Is ovor ih nro ti'i'ir : my wife; In 1'nrlH noimi tlim* lie," _th�� f.l��ni*��1t
about It. and ilm uhl ladv c;in't under
di nnd  11  word of
H'-iu'cli for troiiHiirn ri'venlpi! nothing
11101*1)  viiluablo  than  two hIipIvoh  of
,    .       1   * 1        1 . 1.1 .1 w. .'(ilii
III li^)    KlUi'llih    uwoi..'.  *>
���with hl�� f'*w v.tlcki' -f fiirnlliirn, ti>
pay IiIh funeral oxpouhch. When lho
bu'j^r of tho booltH i.'xanilnei hln pur-
c)i.*ih�� Ho difii-'oviTPi;, lo his ;->"��n7<**
uit'iit, two volnni'iH or ram vnluo��� absolutely uni inn In th.. whole lilwtnry
1 1-  ,,t M.,..,.
Ul   IHAinA       1 ...j   >-.-,,'.   ��"      	
roniilntlng of a llvo-pound butUiic
note of llu! Bank of Knglund. In .ill
thero tti'iii K'JO pagnii In tin* two
be oka, a in'.at accident or J 20,',00
A! ii pliK'h wo t'h:i.ll mont of na find
1 Mi's. Blnpk wnidi hor litn-iinnd oiip
I r,l'iii| mul whlHncfid' L'*i'i'v llipi'"'*a n
11'lirulnr lu Ihi* pnrini-! Ho i"**!* biimii.
I i| ni'i'iiift Mic |.hu:j and struck nov*
j oral lcfvs
1    Is Mi'i 1 un? said Lurry,     1 li go right
llC/Wil  ihi io.
Tu.   Limy,   wh's-ered   I1--*   cNcHetl
wif-   .'.iii't  .Li o ivi'ili'i' r.-ioli'
lli.tih!   riMil'cil   Iho   linulm-iil     Wh'*
I nm irnin;! lo In li- b-'n      v"n *'1',,>',
1 -jiiiiiiokii ho ("in nuiv.. M'nt iilano f'*nni
tlm hoiisp wltlioul i.pil'-tnnrp. do vou?
���".-���riHi nm* wn'U    dicappoar
) t mat od   witn   iioiii-.wiiv .;  (.v'ld
\   IkllllllL       I*-  .(  I      l',n*      .1       . .  ��''
1.111 -.-
In tl.( Cltv Hotel
Wife ni t'.'.f ciignr ts nnKSPd���Ui"11 thp
tnnir**, Wllllnm
Hill ffrom lho cnuinr>'- 'Tiiln't 'ot,
If. It' *
nei.o"-en 1 '.'o'Titlf
Wlii-u a  man  tiiii.*ii��"i  I ���  fully  In*
lemlii lo be N't   1 I'i th   far Ily. but in
llli.liy   PIISIB   tl'M   li'-r'ni'   ileitis  flllt
Lethbridge's First Commissioners
1' *V*uBT**M*>HI
A.    M.    QRACE
ComrnlsBlorei*   of   Public
W.    D.    L, ' HAROIS,    Mayor
Ctmmlulontr of Publlo Utllltlei
So ni'inji niit'iillon b.-i^ iii'fii h'uoa to
d's-oMrin^   new   prnblcrnis   that   the
! V. Ml.   >.|    . ���'���Vll.i'.   biill.t-    'A   .Uo    /nl   ^'li'.l
I pi*'.r-i-t.'t* at p 'jilting i'.'h'ii
Willi  the  Binrncsir.  tiio h,indw;*it.
\\\va on -ilji*  ildPWiuk  poem.;  tr  have
50c ��� box or tl* u<j���� for U*
���t alt-daaUis, <>r Tm Ocddy Medi-
cin* Cowpa-.y. LloMttd Toronto.
Canada. '
W. N. U. 814
ouriii'Ivpii   uiiihldcxirouii.   with    (Im
1 I. ft Inniil ivaily to do what the right
i buH iloiic,    And mnny or ur! aro left-
I handed  (In pnrtn)  without knowln; 1
I It,  I'mori'tlly 1 Aval >he i-r.lft ami 0v 1
my bution:i with llu- mft hand, brln.-r 1
:"' i,.'-r!.,::1uo -."arrt-Sfi'SSS: i if-��� ,&**.,, .>,, �����,.*>�� ���
ly ')������> on 'onrru'oA tn fi'wplomont euoli ��� "'p wall.
I oilier,    It tuk(n only a foitnlglit, or ;  -������������ ".- .'   '" .       ���n:
j ho  for  tho   rlKlit-tmn led    writer  to ^m fr       m w         W   tfr~y*W
i'wvito with tlm h'fl hand, and   Mi*n WmZ Km Jtr if *��*\ *%*** WOO*
���   Kv,djn Hharp ��d.lo\"d It wh*-n l.or ^jPflffff MM%r*9��'��1 K^rM
rlftht nrm was thrfaienud wllh wrltft- tht ,imii/ rfme.it/ u.t C9j*hi .nj Coia#
���rr' cramp.-��� London I'tironlcle. Vn����  *       ���    ������*>������     "<u ��ince i��a
commission Givcrn   0 it fo.'
Inn Cities
Within tho hint throo yearn ovor
���lirei) hundred Amc-rlcm eition have
adoptt'd what la called tho ConiiuU-
fioii Form of Munlclpnl (lovr-rnuiDiit,
Tho '���oforin hi ay i.c aa\.\ it iiavr for
fund a mont nl pnnrj.lpn, rUe.l ro-
Bpontibllity. piitk nri��i..i mm t-xi-uri
.ii-rvlcp It hirnng out nl tlio exlfifiv
cIpii folio**!nt; tho treat lloi>d nt CJal-
veslon, Tovn*. wi.tn. iliui City wan
nearly cffacur- and a-raltnii t<- bo to
. milt without deli.* Th ir.nvonio'it
Is .-.preadlng raph.ly ft:,r from time to
tlm" new liiiprnvijiui-ntf* *\ ilovUt-ii
tin difforer.  ritici* t.-ko n;> with It.
I.Mlibrldge ts Hi.' 'r>.t il ��� In West
crn ranadi to n-l"-*.*! ('ommlRHlnn Hov
or.tni>nt nnd profo.rr-r 1:1 b,i-.r oxcoll
Canad-P,i ���;��� prrvloiib offi.rtis li. toiiiiiuB a
City   harler,
'1 ho l.ith rdgo Pluirtpt provldon 'or
C reo pt.mir.ksloiio'r. Tho Mayor,
who *s nlso the* CommlHtslonar of Kin-
nnro nud Haftty will hnvo ,v (-.tlary of
���l.'iOfi Tho Coinnii;)?loner of riibllc
Works nnd Uip Commissioner -f Pub*
��� lc rtllltli.'a will .neh n'.-clvo snlirlen
of S.l.fiOO. L'jicIi .Inpfirtrncnt Is cln.ir-
ly defined and each Commlsslonpr In
rpprrnmblo for U* .'idniinlftratlon.
Tho Coiiimk-'.'oni'ri*. sit ;u \ council
to ennc   by-laws, etc,
Tho Inltli-t'vp Hefcrendi:: nw Recall iri' incbi'ic' o\ -if tA,u- m, arc sil-
!,o Woman 8'iff���*���'>#'��� nml l'.'tfcrentlal
The flr��! cl'-*t'on '�������* 'omr..l..sloner*
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1PM ..���������jn... ...  5"  THE "NEWS. CUATEEBT.AXD. B. C  \  immmm  Don't waste time on Inferior salves because thcy'ro a  few cents cheaper.  I have proved   Zam-Buk  best for tenia; Piles, Skin  , Diseases, and Injuries.  *   As a mother, you owe It  to. your family to uso the  best, that's Zam-Buk 1  50c tar, AWDmeitittanJSttrtx.  :r':T7fiy^-y7yyh-h  ���������-T-AkJA-'toi'Ti^  "-THE HJjggAL HEALFb  I'ALMI-iRY  ������'our Lire's In Vour liana! Itead  Your Own Ful tiro I Send Postal Noto 25  cents nncl 'slumped addressed envelope  to Oescentln, the well known sclcntl-  llo palmist who will ninil you chart  from which you can read vo ��������� own fu-  , Uirc. lt wlll fully .describe your past  nnd future .'ifo nnd It* cntvMie n constnnt  milde In Uf.?. CRF.SCENTI/*., 8, Stobart  Block,- Wlnnlprrj. ���������  < '  ���������   ���������   PATENTS   '   ������������������-������������������.���������-*.������ '  Patent Your Ideas.   'No del.iv.' nnil wo  wlll sell It for yen If the Idea hns merit.  Send  sketch for  freo    -cport.    Infnrlpn  tlon on patents nnd  list    of    Invci-.ttoVs  ��������� waiiteil  mulleil free.  J.-  A.   MACMUHTRY  Paien1 Attorneys  154 Bay Street; Toronto, Canada  ���������UNIOC oANK  re.     ir.iwiim-  >f    Invci-.ttotos  & CO'Y,     fc    ..  . ��������� Obeyed Orders  . Wife���������Uhln't * ou hen:* nio ask  for $10?    ..     '  ITusbar.tl���������I did. *  Wife���������Thci why  do  you  give  only $5?    ,  lIu,*banJ���������Because yot1. told ma  yesterday to believe only halt what I  hear.    ...  you  mc  Father .will splash r.rcund two feet  "of.watei nnd ru.n a "good 'suit *of  clothes to save articles' i.*. a stranger's hoi*se during a 30-ccnt tiro.  But   If tho uau-iiiiicLcj*. the iccsbox���������.tlows.  over ho will go,upstairs and .,wake  mother so sho can come down" and  mop it up.  Miller's Worm Powders will eradicate tho worm evil tlint be^rs so heavily on'children nnd is believed to cause  ��������� many fatalities: They nro an acceptable medlclno to children nnd can be  fully i oiled upon to clear the food  channels thoroughly of these-destructive parasites mid restore tho inflamed  nnd pninful surfaces ;<- henlthfulness.  They are nn excellent yemefly for  theso evils.  Slight Omission  I thought you said he waa a man of  means? ������������������ .  Excuse roe, I loft off the adjective,  What adjective?  Limited. ���������  When doogti chnli1 rosoivihl. :'. lady's  dross?    Wliiiii it it������ s,-.\ in.  Whnt .jmrmkix m^y often bo found  In r flowor gnrden?     A whlto n'nk.  Whnt Is tlint which has iielthcr flosh  nor hone, yet Inn four finger.? and a  thumb?    A glovo.  Tho tok'plmno Is e. great boon.   It  . enables  ninny a small  mnn to tmk  mighty big   ,  NOT WALK  She Waa So Ill���������Restored to  Health by Lydia E. Pink*  ham's Vegetable  Compound.  !*cntwntor, Mich. ��������� "A yonr oro I wns  very wenk and tlio doctor mild I hnd -*,  Horious diHpliK'o-  ment. I hnd back-  ncho nud bonritif**  down pains so bud  tlint I could not nit  in a chair or wnlk  nrrosa tho floor nnd  I wan In nevero pain  nil tho timo. I folt  iliscournRcd an J had  taken everything I  could think of nnd  wns no better. I  began tnklnfl Lydin E. PJnkhftm'a Vug-  etnblo Compound nnd now I nm utronir  out] iiviiitiiy,"���������iiira, Aucl jmm.inu,  IS.P.I". Ntt 2, Ik* 77, rw.'tu-'jU'', :������-.���������};.  HonilWIintAnotliorWomruisnyst  I'oorln, III.-'* I hnd such bnckncheii  thnt I could Imrdly stand on my feet. I  wnr.M feel llkn rrvhir*- out, lotr, of tint*"-!.  snd Imd s'jcli a heavy fi'dini? in my right  tide. I hml nuch tcrrihlo dull headaches  every dny nml thoy would nmko me feel  to drowsy nml sleepy nil Uio time, yet I  could not sloop at night.  "After I Imd token Lydin K.PinKh������m's  Vc^-itnWe Cflmy>i>uiul a week I Uukmi to  improve. My hackncho wns lets and  th:.t heavy hil'mx in my nidi went  *way, I coiillnued to lake tlio Compound ar.d am cured.  " You mny publi.-iTi thin If you wii-h."  ���������Miss Cmim Ii. CiAtJWlTZ, H.H. No. 4,  Box C2, IVivtia, ISI.  Each v-.LUiVU'Vovi* U\a valuu of Lytl'iv  B. I'inkham'l Veritable Compound tat  ���������won"'-*-   "'-   *'"-don't you try it!  Hm   Splendid   Vear.   Quick   AmoU  *    Over Thirty four per Cent, of  Liabilities-'   .  ,Tho Forty-Ninth An or..-. Report of  tho TJnlo . Unni-' of Canada approved by  tho Lhnreholdcrs.at their annual meeting hole. i:t V/:u;5ipoji on Scomber 17..  la tho best I:i thb history oMho-Bank.  Tho not pi'oilta for, the year after  making tho usual ddchictuur .for'��������� expenses of nmnagernt-nt anl' niaktns  full provision for bad cr.it doubtful  debt3 amounted to J7G0.0DB oi'*?44.000  moro than was earned Ir. 1912... Other  evidences ot progress r.re shown bv a  further-sxaMhu't'oa of,,tho Hank's  statement.'' Tho noto circulation  throughout tho year Increased from  $4,700,000- 'to* $6..100,0C0. Deposits  gnined from $55,600,000 to $i'-l.500,000.  Tho rest iiccomit was ���������increased by  $100,000; making it J3.400.000. Cur-  rent Loans incro-.sed from $45,000,000  to "f4G.700.00,-wlillo total assets show  the largo gain of $11,300,000 new  standing nt $80,766,532.  A striking foaJv.ro of tho "Bank  Statement Is round In n further exam-  ination of tho asset**. The Bank pos-  sesseg an unusually large' amount of  gold, Dominion Notes and other quickly available assets���������thoso nmouating  to $27,655,000 as. compared with $22,-  190,000. for tho previous year. This  policy, of maintJtir.:nf,'. a largo proportion of the assets in n fo.un* easily  convoked into.cash Is a characteristic of this-Eank and the present holdings of nearly twenty,seven and three  quarter millions bear a high proportion of tlio Rank's tot-l liability to the  public. Tho fact that deposils increased duMng lho -ear also calls for  comment as during Lhe past year thoro  were unusual domains for funds nncl  depositors'were more inclined to withdraw funds . than to Increase tholr  holdines., Tho fact that'deposit*-.'increased Is an i'ldication of tho'increased'confidence on thp part op tho public  in tho managenunt of tho Rank. The  Rank, on .its ,-sido hau heon doing Its  full share in catering to tho business  feeds of the communllleE in which lit  branches nre located.. During the.year  the. current-loans sliov. an'Increase or  S1.7SO.000 while loans rnd discounts  outs'de of OanndaL"amount <o SLO-iO,-  000 or-more than louhle (hat shown  for tho .previous year.- The. Rank hnu  now ,on dpnoslt in lhe Central Oold  Reserve Sl.ann 100 while "\ total ns-  Fe(fl hnvo nda-ined the vc.*v large piim  of .<sn.766.ono.nn 'in-,.-e*- so oi' over R11-.-  (OO.nflO dnrine rb- your. Tho address  of Mr. John flalt,'���������'.PresMent. of the  Raiil*;, wjn nn vi.p. pimirnrv of thp  "ondtMons. nrovni'ir'g in Cnnndn .dur-  i"tr th.*) vear.. Ttv tlio eourpo of hl������  ���������"-.'id ross���������lrp���������ton rln-Tj~rnr"f !mTfl������ffiTd-io"f  trndo" durlnt: the your.'tl':. ernns tl'"  innrenned im**nflnner>_f>f ni'ved fnrm-  ing nnd brioHv rovi.-jw. d th\'vnrion**  "���������rent* h:i*",!e' l-'duFlrtr-R in - (he "epvornl  "rovlneoe*. TiiorOonnvn'. " Mnniw  ^T'-*. O. TT. Rnlfour. in 1 I,-, adiire*i"������  "olntrrl onl that. Ih������ Rani- bnB mw n  'Olfll   of   3l:j   'MM!*,-Inn,        ;-T*   ;-,lari   (nnV  'ccnf-inii to rom-trie on 'ho pvpfllnnt  niniinei* in wlilnli (he ri'Hwnv roninnn-  '"ft hnd ''nti'llo'l tho WiiRlo������*n (Train  r-ron. 'Tlio old ^o*ird ���������or llii-offnr*-  wns'ro-.iloptoi- and fit ft ���������siihspnnnn'  ���������'ipetlnir of I'm Ponrd, Mr Wm Price  'wnB-rlo-it;d Honorary Fivsident, Mr.  .Tolm Onlt," Prp<!|dn-n, nnd Messrs.* II,  T. Pllev nnd O. IT. Tliomcon, Vice  Presidents,  Pluck In Defeat  A rcpphl. 3c<p|all8t* candidate said or  his dofent:  At nny .rate we put up. wo Socialists, n hrnw if hopeless fight. And  now, in our defeat, wo -,ro "s cheery  ns tho traveler... fie 'o'lght n tickPt  nnd tliPii, going out on tho platform,  said:  lW.w soon doen the train fitnrt?  Why, there she g- os now. said ?, stn-  tion hand, Yon havo just missed  her.  Tl* : ir.ivpler 'onnt nn to t'tp lino and  pet out In p.ii'snll of lho (nln wllh all  hln might, Rut In Iwo or three mln-  ul cm ho camo l,riidp.''*.ig hack over Iho  IIpr,  A l.mghiim crowd hnd'gathered, and  tlm Rlallon hand   aid:  Well, fill1 vou entoh hoi?  N'o, said IhO'tnivoler, but hy jingo  I mndo her p'lff. '  Two colored men boug'i: r, pleco of  pork, nnd Snm having no plnco to put  IiIh shnro. tr-wlcd M to lTp.r-*y*o keeping. They met Ihe nox' night and  llonry snid: .*������ mos" fltrnngo thing  dono hinpeii nt nitih hoimo Inn' night.  Sum    All iiiystoif to mo.  Win' dnt?  WpII, Hum, pxiiliilnrd Henry nol-  envily. dis niiiwnlit' I go dnvn In do  collai for tn git a ploco of hnwg fn"  hrpakf.'iH' an' I pur ir.y hnu' down in do  brine r.if feolii 'rou.i, hut d'.y uln't no  po'k dnr���������i M gono; ar 1 t.i'n up An  hnr'l. nn' Rani, alio' hh prrmr-hln' tie  rntii hnd dono ft n holo ep-r do bottom of dnt bnr'l an' driggod d ��������� meat  all out!  Snm was petrified wlt'i nitonlpli  ii'pii; for a moment i;nd Ihon mild  W.iv ill In't do brlmi run out   do hole?  Woll, yr' noa, a;\m. replied Henry.  diit'H do niys-*';*/.  Mlnard'o Liniment Cures Distemper.  Mil*' r'n'Tidl**.,' :i f u* v eclir. 1:i:*l  year nt n wnTciing plnro, A'hrro he  took his ilnllv pwln: In tin open nlr  tiool of warm Hiilpl.ur wnt������������������.���������. n little  follow wiib Ihln \ >nr at tho 'teiisldn. In  hln liny lmlhlng riiI-' ho ftzod^iit over  im* a km tn d;i   i i Mi.', re.  Tl.ei ho protPfitfd* I'm ,ic" cnln^ In,  Dnt nltfl "/.iter fcr boyu; dnfti for  boats.  Best Liniment bi All  Destroys Every Pairf  But Never Burns  CHEATING A UiEATV.  , "How thankful wo are :��������� gel hold of  sucli a .wordcrful household remedy  as Nerviline," write; Mrs.-.R. P. U-  mphtagn*.: from hor homo near Wctas-  kawln,*.';Alberta. "In tlilo far-away  section, fur away from A doctor or  druggist.' every family needs a good  supply cf liniment. * Nerv.Uno, la' the  best of all. It.dos.trjye overy pain,  hut nevor burns. Wo uso Nerviline  In a scoro of ways. If it'ti rheumatism, aching lack, pain In the side, sciatica or stiff neck,���������you can laugh nt,  thpni if -you hnvo lots, of Nerviline  handy,, For enrnehP, toolhiicho or  cramps I don't think anything could  act more quickly. For a general nil-  round pain remedy I can 'think of nothing moro valui-'bk- and speedy to  cure than'Nerviline."  The nbovo letter Is convincing���������it  lolls how reliable,and trusty this old-  time rpmod:* Is. '". Ner:*illne for forty  yenrs hns heen i household word in  Canada.' Scnrcoly a home ih Canada  you can find withou: Nor\illne. lOvcry  community liss irs living examples of,  the WjOndprfuI curntlyt? properties of;  Nerviline which will euro pains and  aches anywhere in ho joints; or mils-;  cies. It's penetrating. roothing,  wurminp and safe for young and old  to use. Got th*.* largo 50c. faniily"size  bottlo: It's the most economical.1 Small  trial* size 25c. ot nny dealer's any  where.  An ."ihiiDii Mistake  During the Chr.islmns mo-MiIng" service at' n country .ch rch the organ  Ist- was much harr..M?d, becausp' Hip  organ blower. U'cit working, tho lev**r  noisily nftar' jo had <*'nlsh������d plaving. i  "his.spoilt tho'ofiocl of his Christmas  music and, he, . as spocinlly' annoyed  ns a famous preacher ha..' come down  from London to pr&Dtlrfor the ocicas-  ton. * ... *  After a particularly loud 'leVer inter'  hidj,1 hojlinstil",.' scribbled* a' note "to  tlie offender and spr.t'it.round-by'ii  choir boy. wh-), mlauniior-'���������'���������dint*-his  Instructions, put it into-the handa or  the preacher just ms ho was about to  enter the pulpit". ���������'..'*..-  The noto was as fo'.ii.T-s:  -Perhaps ynu will kindly, stop'who'  I tell you"to   Tho people hnve como  her<-; toshear niv music and not'yoiir  noise.  Pronr-ccies for 1������14 *      '��������� -*   M_mq do_nih pbos^_ih (*>^paI in is t o~.au d  pi*ophetess. has given font her forecasts for Ifll-h.the Paris correspondent of the C,l<ronlp,lo ��������� s'tatos. She  says that thn year will bo-fertile in  scientific  discoveries. . j  ��������� There - will   Lo  serious  threr.tr.  of;  war, and setinr.t.ioiiiil changes in Ger-  iiu-ny's  institutions,  Thero is to be a lerrlhl* flood rat-  astropho in lOnglana, and a new Mon-  r'-chlst   gcvernment  in   Fortugnl.  GAINING STRENGTH  AFTER FEVERS  It Is a long, tedious fight fcr the  unfortunate ft-vor victim, nnd when  tho critlcul point-has beer paused tho.'o  d"Q weeks nr.d mo'ntliB required to get  tho strength hullt up.  The dlgp'stivp organs r-.re usually  '7eak and the appntlto tlck'.o, Hiiougli  food *������������������ inkonto .suntaln lifo, hnt tlio  body rem.uns weak, and on slight exertion tho breiil'i Is shoi-:. ninl you  nro   asily fiitigiunl,  Under those conditions Dr. Chase's  Nervo Food Is a wonderful help, bo-  causo It contain:! In condensed nnd  caslly-nRRlmihUPd form thn very ph.1-  ineiita which go to onrlcli tho bloou  and niiiko mnscloa firm and strong,  Tho nerves which control the dl-  "PHtlvo flulilH of tho Kliiniiich nre vpvI  tall/Pd. dlgpRllon Ir linprovptl, thn np-  petite Is slinrppiied, nnd the tedious  ponvnlcBciiig period is grontly short-  pned,  Recession of Glucta?., Will Give C������n������  nda a Harbor,  A collision between natural law  and man-made law Is apt to result in  tbe nullification of tho latter, whether  the lawyers llko lt or not. Tho ont-  Ine'nt legal experts who drow up tho  Alaskan boundary agreement botweon  Great Britain and the United States  decided that Canada should hnvo no  access,to. the PrcUlc through Alaska,  no matter how far inland the (lords  in that region Bhould ruu. But In  providing thut tho boundary should  keep away from the salt water, they  assumed that the eoust-llno was stationary���������which it Is not. In certain  places it consists of,the frontal walls  of groat glaciers, which are always  protruding or ,rotreutlng. At present  they are mostly drawing bade, so that  tho water which replaces thom Is no*v  ln some' cases within Canadian territory, ��������� The' question of the boundary at those points Is of great Interest. Ought It to be redetermined  and based on tho new coast-llueY Or  shall Canada enjoy her new harbors  with tho possibility of transit through  U. S. torrltory to tho Pucltlc?  / recent . writer on tlui subject  points, out that the United. -statcF can  hardly Insist or it moving boti'tdary  line even-* to satisfy a treaty.  The boundary, however, was settled In lOOI-i, for all time.. It Is ten  marlno leagues, or /out 35 'Miles  from tho"const. Certain glaclo fronts  havo had advances, and recessions.of  20 to 60 mllo3; and as theso glaciers, rathe; than tho solid land,, determined the coasts,' au element enters into the situation which was not  considered by the joint boundary  commission of Great Britain and tho  Unitod States.  ' , . ���������  Moat of the glaciers In the .world  arc oscillating at th.. terminus, some-,  times-moving forward to a more advanced nosltion, som times melting  back". . . ; Such oscillations are always taking place, li" ''ently'a glacier is too variable a "eui'ire-to be  used.in determining an international  boundary.  *��������� Moreover, there sre advances as  wellas retreats in the Alaskan glaciers, pnd Canada's nearly-gained itar-  hor will eventually be lost again  through advance of the glacier. This  scientists know from the ancient and  modern advances, of ice tingues in  this very region.  ��������� Clearly the International boundary  should not be shifted with every, such  fluctuation of a glacier, nor should  coastalboundaries'in glaciated mountains be located without, knowiedgo  -P_f_-a"_d_regqrd"for r.uch glacial ���������-������������������ell-  iations.  If the International boundary had  been fixed a .century ago, Canada  would have mado up for Its loss of  territory near Mount St, Ellas by tho  addition to British Columbia of a part  of what is now Alaska, In the region  -ast and north of.-Russell F.'ord.  Even this give-and-take as'a result of differences in the coast-line, In  connection with the advance and recession of gjaclors. would -ave been  unfair, for neither the emaciated  glacier coast no. the advanced glacier coast marks a permanent.condition. . See what has just happened.  Hidden Glacier continued the 'Cession of tho nineteenth .century during tho period of recent observations  from 1800 to 006. But between  1906 and 1909 this Ice tongue advanced two miles, probably |-   "' J7.  All of thove. obseivnllons sho*v tho  unfltnos** of tho temporary terminus  of a tidal glacier to be considorc*' tho  head of a bay, especially In cases  whore tho coast-line boars an Important relationship to the determination  of an international boundary. T'-q  events of the' last century ln tho vicinity of Mount St, Ellas, Itussell  Fiord, and Glacier May havo demonstrated 'his clearly,"  He Stayed In  A caplfnl Hlory lw lold by Senntor  Tlllmnil of (h.. United Stn.tna. who  once piloted n plnli* far.uer constituent around tho C'anlUI n:i*l then con-  ducted him tc thi> Sinilor Kiilh-ry,  where ho left lilm.,, Aftor nn hour or  no tho vinlt.ir npnronclu'il the cnllory  dmrkpppp)' rti.il suld: My nanip !n  HwiiIp. I nm n friend of Spitnlor Till-  iiiuii. Uo b'otigb'. me liPi-o, and I  want to g i on! ni*d ln*'< around * hlr  1 Ihoui-lit 1 would UAl yor no I could  gpt Inck In. That'll nil right, i-i'i:  tho donike-ir.pr, but in o/dT tn prevent nnynilitnk' I wil' glvo you the  I nsfuvonl s*** yoir *������nn get your neat  ngnln, What' the word? \fr. Bwnlp  nskf.fi. Idlo.-iYiict'.'ii'y. Wlu.t? Id-  lot*yncr.isy! 1 gins;-. I'I; stay in, said  Swot p.  First mnrrled mnn���������Is IliPrp over an  ocrnslon when fvervthlng nt y*)iir din  nor 'UM.-. {ti  pfnn.*'--0'd?  ^���������Tond inarrlcrt mnn*���������No. not overy-  Ihlnr? W.i ijlti',-iv<- rn.'ii;.'ii'e to Invo n  hrntpl  nnmnT-nt  V.. N. V- .  PRESIDENT  SUSPENDER  HQNll'SOEASY  iMIM^OM  owMy titer* c-WKhi. cured co!Ju, and Ncil'i  t'.jj Oirs:*,: tni Ur.i,-'.       s> H     "       "0 H'^tt-  Why do yon ohjort. to vccpIikiHohV  asked tiio hut.y mngiHira.), nliitrply, or  the nppllfunt foi nn cxeniptlou coiti-  tlifarc.  It's n mutter or consplonce, sir, wns  tho reply.  ���������\f   O.Mf  .';..-,..*���������'".'   H-"  "1 ��������� ��������� '���������   <������������������'*< -.11.1-r..)  t) I Iir* c.roiC. . ,y on the hf'i.ch:  Ah! talr* hit worship. I nm I'iforni  e( I ha y.ui have a broth r In tho  t'ollrp forro. N".w, Aoen ho olileet to  hnviniT  his  clil'drou  vncclmtcd'.'  No. sir.  Ve.'y wpII, If v.'PPliintfon lr not  against, your Irolhrr's (.'muiclcnro. why  sboiiM It he ipalnst yr.ir.i?  Wtll, ynu rop. sir, t doi'i-n't ptact-  ly f������-llow. Ull!, ar. > .u'r.) talking about,  got neither fhildr^r nor cu-i-'lcnre.  Iff got IiIh rr-rltfl.'iito.  Old you roiu������ out v.c-ll on ChrUttnas  W Hi'.' n?kp'l 'ic Fun-*!**" S>!iool  toncher.  Vrn'm. 1 got more tb:n nny <������ rn;  hrnthi-rs nrd slst^rj. rf-pll ' Wllllf J::-  Mln������ tiy.  Ir.dPf-d!   Ilovc did tha' li-UPfn?  ! Rot un tw-t houra before th j did.  Testing -'nlovi'j'."  The ontl'Uslnsm of the peoplo fo\  tho moving picturo show Is not waning In tho Province of Ontario. Tho  recent ropt-rt of tho Government Inspector would tond to show that tin  moro familiar this form of enter-  tfllnmont hoiomos tho more popular  it In with Its pntroiiH, There nro  now 'A2'A tliPivtnH of this na aro In  Ontario v'th ninchlnoH run by  properly constituted im-idmnicn.  Following tho nplrlt of certain now  rogiilntloim dOHlgned to docri aito flro  poKslbllltlOH In UiPiin pliicos, tha  Government Innpnctor now plncnn a  sorlous oxamInation before each np-  pi leant for nn operator's cortlllpnto,  Thorn nro now -IIIH who have been  quiillllad to handle machines, and ol  I host! 243 wero oi t,nl ned during tin  your.  Of lho total number of iheatrns In  tlm province Toronto supportii K3.  All lho oppratora In tho city nml  suburbs nro required to nppoar nl  Ihn hond ofJlcn for the tout, hut thonu  further nway nro oxitniliiPil In local  theatroH at tho convenience of tin  Inspector,  A Housewife is judged by her kitchen.  FOR A BRIGHT STOVE AND A  BRIGHT  REPUTATION. USE BLACK KNIQHT.   ,  ^ ?^STE I TH .? F- Dalley ������-ltd.I No Dust  NoWflSTEl       Hamilton.Qnt.    I No Rust.  EDDY'S  "2 in I" and "3 in 1"  Washboards  Juat  as good tt.  Eddy't  Matches  No otlior Waihboardt htv* ttit  nine crimped by 'tm mtthod p������ou-  llnr to EDDY'S Washboards.  This patanted proctit , tllmlnatAt  tho danger of torn Unen-������---th������  obuBu of hands���������th������ unplotttntnttt  ot  w.iBh-day,  It atturot tomtort and aconomy to  the   orontait    degrot.    Inaltt    an  EDDY'^.  FARMERS  S-il.."-^-!*-"* m*k* *w* cf OdMIno tho hloheot    prloat    for    WHHAT,  S������5t1Y���������S?,d.,FLAX* >������y'������hlpplno tholr car    Iota to    FORT  ���������JORT ARTHUR and having thom told on com'mlotlon b       OAT%  WILLIAM    AMI  THOMPSON, 50NS AND COMPANY  , THE   WELL-KNOWN    I'ARMERS' AGENT*  ADDUES3 700-703 Y., GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPBO ."  r  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Thresher Hard Oil  STANDARD  GAS ENGINE OIL  *.'  Recommended for all  types  of internal  combustion   engines,   both  Uactor  and  stationary���������gasoline and kerosene. Keeps  "lts*~bMy~S"t~hiff'n^empl5Ta{u^fe-*^     Gojod"  also for external bearings.  Prairie Harvester Oil  Clings to bearings and saves wear.   Nan-  corroding, unaffected by weather.  Atlantic Red Engine Oil  Premier Gasoline  "I  For sale *t dealers everywhere.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Toronto Montreal Winnipeg V������aeou*rer  Ottawa * . Quebec Calaarr Edmonton  Halifax St, John Retina SatUatoon  Reconciled to tho Masculine Fate  Littlo Wlillo twho Iiti3 nn inquiring  mini')���������-Papa, whnt Is nit-an-: by bow-  ins to the Inevitable?  Mr. Ilenuypock���������Polltuly saluting a  Hiiffragcttc, my ..nil.  llfnt Miirliet F'lr Millci,  Ciirlouiily nnotiRli, Ntiwl'otiiullinui,  wll.li Itn Hciint population, wiih (Jan������  adn'n boat markot for biittor during  October l'.\'i\ Mrvfu'in* 1",'"'. *'*"*'t|i  00,370 pntltiiis, vnltii'd nt *ir-.2!������l)j  t'roat llrlliiln took only 2'ift pniui.ifl,  viiluod at $().r), nnd tlio Unitod .Stiitim  1*<,000 poundfl, vnlticd ������t 11,000. *l'.i������  total oxporta of biittor durln*; tlmt  month woro 112,000 p*v*ndn, valuod  n*.  j'ifi nnn   *,, ������)..,������  m.., jimi.. r^u.r,.,  ot Ndwfnimdland took ovor In!   our  cr.portfl of butter during tbat month,  iTspnticmc W.i. ion In (Jitniidn,  Tho linmlgmtlon of Jnpittii'Hn Into  Canada li tncreailtiK and tho fenturn  of tho fnrrnano Is the mini her of  .TapanoHO womon who nro not tl Ing  tn Canada. I.nat ? ���������������������> 72t Jnpnm-f-a  f'iitflr������d Canada. Tlmy tnrlud*-d 2f������3  ninlnr, 424 fomftlrn md 4ft chlldr** .  During thn firrt *1x month* of tts  pronont flficnl ynnr fi71 onforcd Cnn-  ada, Inr.ltidlnK C30 tnnloa, 889 femaloi  ������nd 47 children,  PorlinpB ono r-iiison why tho B.ie  I Ish Hparrow flirts his tall to oaticlly in  bocaiiHo It Isn't Ion/; enough for .in  alsi-'-tto.  Trco wrotcliotl lookinr trampa won*-  broiiRh't up btJ-JiT n justice o. the*  t'ionco. ��������� 'Addrr-Btilni!! tlu worst, looking  ono, tho Jufltleo aM:  W'.ioi'o do you live?  'owhnro,  And whoro Ao you llvo, ualtl tlit?  ���������iiiilir'* ndtlrrBsInc; tin  oti'.or  ���������  l'vo fiot tlio room above r'.ii.*  He 8"or.e Once  Oi'0'"������o���������WIu-ii wrro you r. lending  man?  .liielc���������Wlift. Un*- rompany had to  walk  l):i"k"  ''oni (.''iloa'To.  hA Pov;erftil Medlclni,- -The lienllnc  proponlOK In His (ntHCiitlal nlln nro con  'I'lilntlod In ovory Iv-Vtlli- of Or,  Tliotunn' I'l'lcdric Oil. foriniin; ono or  tlio must iinnpllclnl lliiiiiirntH ovor of-  fpi-ril to tho uso cf man, TIioiiriiiiiIii  cnu loHtiry iih to Wn pow ",��������� I allnyliiR  piiln, nnd miinv tlioiiHanild moro run  ni'illfv tlmt thoy n\vp tholr lionHli to  It, Hh w.inili'ifiil power 1:j 'n<������t cn  prciiHcd   ������y IU cIiciiimiphh.  PERRIN"  GLOVES  are the Standard of the  world  tot  Style,  Fit,  and  for  Durability  In tliero 'tu. ijuod ri'imon why 1  nhoulil clvo vou fi cenlni' naked thn  woll dri'mi'l elderlv Muri of the youth  wh , r.i'eoHti'd hlni  Well, siild lhe Hiiiall boy nn he retire,', f om the daiiKcr -..ne. If 1 had  ���������i nli'c ..li"!' In.* llko youn I v mild not  ���������.viiiii  ll ii mlitil will, r i-tiiDwhall.  CliililelRh nt tiiiilnlRht.���������My wlfo It  ,.r ������,,   til     ntii]   O'r-   (l-wln*.   -M-       ..Lr,   muni  '   ���������������������������   no Hudilen  Rhoelt.  t'lmtcii������������������ I Pen wl at ar** ymi iloini*  lieic nt .1 ��������� r'tib at thr. hour?  ri'ililolgli���������-I an afraid lo r.i home  lu-fori- the ui-iial timo lent [ rIvo her  ti ahnek.  Overheard After 5chool  W'hnf������ iho uii'..ler, Tommy'.'  Oh. I'm tired of tcliool.    I'd, llko to  (;o In hod for ii week.  Why, l-ow'H that?  Well, you heo, I inn In n very* njvlc'.#  ward poidtlon,     I wiih next to tho hoy'  nt the 'loltoii- of the el'.it-iK���������anil'lnTu  loft.  Wlro.  Itteo form* fho prlnelplft artlcla of  food of about ona-llilrd ot tUt hu*  nut r������c������.  Minrrd'n Liniment Curei Cclds. Etc.  ���������h~ -   Pertlr.cr'. Ouerv  TenehPr  fdescrlhh**- hor enoonnter  wlrli  a  tivmp)*���������And  llien  1   fainted.  Utile .WfrlrH- Wi' ytr left or wl'  ! -.cr rhilit, ma'am?  Unrlou'rilftlly a Tip  Wat It n Ri-nniii'j lip ItitwHoii pave  you on the Hto-k maikc-t?  I fiicn* it was. ll iiiiu'c in.- kise my  In! iii'i*.  i;������i ry iiv f* -/nuns mnllir-r re\M :,  d'seriptlo- of tht etiKt'tih bnry <n..  .������������������.'rCs a rt'ixiNr lint- ton in^rv'ow-  Ins'her infant wMl-j a.n- *at. o.jt.  Two tn-iy live oa what on* . tay  nt>et.d *%������olUliH*f.  Didn't I tol. you tin*   ml time yon  worn here, paid the mai*lntrare atern-.  ly to tl.o prle.iner who luul ���������".pIpM'si.*1*!  not whe'.y Inu inn well, that I net or  wfititod you to como tn'-fnru :tn n'������i:ln,  Ve.*'. Hlr. but I eoiildn't. mako lhf������  polictnian bclliivo It.  Wl.al'u.lbo rlinp.** of tin: eartli? anlf-  Hi the teneli(.r, callln,' HUddouly-upoa  Wlillo.  Hound.  How do ynu lui'Kv tt'rt round?  AJ1 rlK.it, ���������'Hhi Willie; H h ������������������(������������������.I'lr'**  t'len. I don't wnnt lo Mar nny arc-  itinent nbout i.  A Modern Cllms*  Ko! cried lho fair yrtims thltii',, ns  idle Rently but (Irmly re������l������'ol the kins  of her anient i-tntnr.     I mn tint ntrnWI  of mlcrobPH, hut of your crobe-*!    Arid  lie lii'Vuf il.ilkvJtn-d li������l  i...ul  ������H.i.Ili.  Try   Murine  Eye   Rernedy  J( yoti hiivo Ketl WVak, Watery Kycn  VT fir.-imil-ited K\rlids. l)ot.*.[j't Smart  ���������ytnnthoi Kyf V.iin*. I>nt<T'v"*-*N S*������JI  Murine Hyu Remedy, Liquid,"25c, 50-.*,  f.fttrinc J'.ye Salvo in Aseptic Ttil>������!,  2Scf  SOo.    Kye  Hooks  I-'ret- hy Mail,'  ,    *������ *y������ \'���������** **** >���������* ** <*** l*** U*+i Car* I  'flurlat ttv tK*at*tr Co., Cbl������uuf ���������*"b*.* '  *S* -  V -tt-ftt-A  ������������������rtTti" ** ���������*V*t"*K.**i~  '--���������--''-^-Vlf^'-'f^  J,������+ ^-pksw inn.- Hjp������ 'jrf*- m-Jm-w .^i^A^-^"'*--^^ <ti.  THE   NEWS.   omtoMSBLANP.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ju-rj-riwn-nnir TT*;  d  ���������  s l; ������ t>  i .s  ��������� , y . ���������������'. n N i )'  lUl'i-j. OF  iN'ANAlMO ]'I OLD UN  ���������  . ���������\\\,h.c's.1:i) the | . -    AT CUMBERLAND.  t'.ambcHond i jx TIIK MATTER ot Sarah EU-  ,cj   Compeny1*   |imW TytWdocuastsl, int-^tute.  '     M  ��������� il! not  hold   iUolf  1 !,o. opinions of oth-  ���������v.. in {iti columns  V 1-f-AK.   18  19) -I  ��������� *������  ini  NOTICE  *"���������������������������;   ���������'���������OTAKE ASO    I  '  ���������������������������v i. it'*..  , r,'l>,' Riven tlmt  Kaq������������  ,.-* iiiiiU'iy, of   Viotoria,  i- ., f. r a liro."i*������i to take nnd  ���������.i.'-vi  wc vi������ hours, t f wulor  (.;. v-,  whicli ibwa in   ������  .-.- .-'ui-.i .through  NowcaBtU  l't.ivi i iv li.li Slraits of Goar-  $,-* v.o t  uf  U'f< Qtmlimmi  ".-.ia-'i-wi.l'uouiv.rtcdat'JMO'*  t'- .in   lu.iw.-y nnilwill 'boiia'il  ���������. K'liwiiy yu ijuKMJ on tho l-'iid  ,< V.'iA'yiiy Uiuh'-ol Way.   Thi-  -. - etc.! vi tno urmmd on  the  '   *.;>r), lL-l'a      The applxati m  , ��������� ������������������'-, i.,c .:,t!ko f.f ilio Water It*-  . AND   '  IN TniniATTHU of th������ "Offl  o'ud Administrators Ae..''  ' TAKE NO'WCE Uwt Uy order  of liis Honor Judge J-Jnrkpr,  mado tlio otli day of Novotnbei1.  101 ii, I was appointed AdminiH-  ti'rttor of \ho Ebiuto of tho tibovo-  iiK'iitioiio-! di'd-nsed, nnd nil puv-  ties-hiivuHj   claims "n*t;tiust   tho  rt n  said estnfo nx**** 1 w.why rotj u iml to  runiitjli snmo, properly vpi-jfu'd,  to tin* on or liol'ort- lho Dill) tiny  I)-.'t5fuilwr,t19l������. AND nil partus indebted to on id ���������.-���������"tilt*.', are  required to pay tlio amount of  tlioii- indebtedness tj** niu forthwith.  Ditted'this lllh day of Govern.  ).or, 1018.  W. Wi-.sr.Kv ���������vVirxAKi),  Ofiicial Administrator,  Ciunbei'lnnd, 15. C,  . *    '   ������' "   i '" ,'  *) t.  . i  ��������� u\  ���������r.i.U.O.    Objection, mny   iN    THF/COUNTY, COURT  ; '.** swe} Wtittr Rjco.r-.-ler  er _.,     -, -  *i,,lW ui Water Rlflht,,      01, N^AIMO , UOLDLiN    '  AT CUMBERLAND,    .'  o   *  I  '*..-,,*.���������������, Vio-i ri*, B. C  A NANAIMO RAILWAY  Aiiplicaut  H. S  BKASLKY  ' Agtuit  , -li'  ��������� IN THR 'MATTEK OF.Daniel  Miigai-^dewiisi-d, intestate, who  '/died at  Cumberland, IJ; C   on  ������i'i I    June 25th 15)18.  AND   ,  IN THE MATTER of tlio  <*011ir  cial Administrators Aiit.*'  TAKE NOTICE tlmt'  hy/or-  |der of Hia Honor  Judge  barker,  ..vub;= (.--c"ii  ������.at  -E������qui-j        ,*   th3 5tb   (J        of   Kovc|Mbov  ������..- ,:, i:c :'co t������ ru*., flrtd ] 1013, I Was. appoiiiwd   Adimniu-  .,��������� ���������::. hiKi.fi,-.*; v.Mi-i |ti-aior of tho Estr.ti; of  the  above-}  HP. NOTICE  ",!''K?:aE TO TAKK AND  , ���������-���������.-���������������������������; waTek.  If not, yoa had  TRY SOPE.     It's  ;. jv.k, v'i.i.-i] ijij.vii }n a tiur  /"'���������*   .���������'������������������  .-<   'iin.flyn   Xo*i!tts;V'. Dib  ���������  ���������    ���������" ���������.���������I***  iij. i  D-.op  li:i>',   nt'iil'l  'i:   ������������������ ;   Tlie wntur will b*- (i:vor  'IvO*   ���������.",��������� tro.-tm from  Railway  Htid  '������������������.*��������� ^t-.s(-.j-(.-!j-Litiu eraL Jljj btsJUSlCEPiCL  '; ��������� 1; **.I c1- ..'Briheit as Uuilwa-y Right of  '\ '/'.".i  i.*.i*'co \v.������8 pis-ted on- the  l.r* ���������* -i1. c tho 3-a A y ot April, 1913.  J -rt'iv,*! iatii.u will \>i- tikd in the oflioe  ���������<" '-lie ' V*tt>i' R-.-conV r at- Victors i, B, 0.'  O'J'awn'itH in*;y ho, lili'il with ths snid  Wulc-'r Re?p-(!tv t r wttlt tho Comptrolifir  ..; "���������V-.i-ic lijjhtn, Fii'liamont Ru Itlinas,  Vi ,rorU, B 0.  VSQUlMAUi & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  .U. Ij.. BKASLEVT  Agont  ������pU* ,   my 7  meitiouod deceabedji-nini  h  li  Par  ties having t-fuin>s "agahist the |  said estate aro herelvy reauijed to  furnish. Piune,- properly verified,  'txntraiin^v-bofore-Uie-lSt-l^bf--Be-  cemher. 1013. AND all parties  indebted to said estate, niv re-  ;quired to pay* the amount of their  ! indebtedness to me forthwith;.  Dated this llth day ofNovcni-  bor, llJ13.  "W. V/ufe?.Kv Wi?r,r...VRr>l  Ollicial Adminii-jtrator,  Cnmlierland, B. C.  WATER NOTICE  VOR A LK'KNCia'TO TAKK AND  USR VVA'fBft.  NOI'ICK ia boretvy rivmi  (h-tt E qui-  malt A, N*iiaiiiy)   Unilwiy oi  Victoria,  li .fj. wiil apply foruliuoacv; lo tis'to nntl  live 100,000 ijrtHiiii**- ptr'2'i houn, of water  jul ol rliii-,l(iLi   0 ini;, wh'mh  Koivh in it  ro-UoHy Aircetiru U-ituxiyh  Nulncm Uin-  ���������fcrK-t tr.d ttfUi)IJ������.'B into Hi'yne .'-'oiiiir'l a.;nr  Tin'olo K rcr.   The vitor will bo ilivivt* -T  ������t UW'*op|BtTonirc from llitlwoy ami v;.]\ 1>.*  iiu*tl for GanutnJ RiiiUvity purpntfei on ti",,        ,. .    ,  v   , ,     ,u -i       *i       ��������� ������ l  j      *i     i' ���������������������������> o'li i';'.; oi  imd (luccriboil in rr.*,l .voy riglik ol m,y 1 u ..i i f  *i>Dt0fl vrftR v*>Jti>il on khe fcjonnd in"tli'-j'���������';"J-S   '������������������pt,'-'r..t'/n    i'.'..  3^1 tiny ol April, 1.W5.   The appti-.ntii r. j ih ; F,bt'.'*.'v o'.' t'.*. > ol  ������:ii| lio fllj-l l*i y.������ o</loiJ of tiio V/ttivt i;1,,,.^,-,;.* .lJ) .-,;,.;   -���������*!    j  H'corrlcr, "Victoria, fl.C.   Ol'ipctionn irti.> j (.*(,;., - v-My'**.' r  Rallied wttKthe urt\ Wutur Rocord(.r nrl} ,.,i, ,  ,',',  *,   ,  villi ilv- C������mi>t.rollt'r ol Wiv'er ftigl.tn, j   "'"' ' '" '���������''''''  ie.iriirtr.ont n.rildini������., Vwtorii, H. C.        [1  {sQVlMAT-iT fi N\NWM0KAILWAV  Appliwut  a n.   BASLRr  At*ont !  IN THiC COUNTY   dOURT  QH"  -."NANAIMO HOL'DMN AT     *  CUM'W-H'.L.VNO      '���������  IN THE MATTKli o1  .D.*vn:e), (V-  Oorn-ll, nh:'* known 'rw '.Donio]!^T-E^JOfeK  John O'Coauull, deeo.ii-ed, int^-  ltitr,*fvho dicl at 'Ja;������ (''onirner*  ell, Huv''ri,i'\'if,i,.ri':t o-A Y^o.oat}  "20, loia,   " ,  ��������� '    AM;-      "  XNP KW MATTJ-'LI m ���������*.h')"-.'"iu.;:ii  Adiuh'ii'ili'ii'.,,(*   :.<:'���������. "  '    .  TAt-'.W N',������TifJ������'.' th.-i   ./_>*,-'.{���������. .-..I  1..,   "., .' ,'  OH DHAtlOHT at "Joe Walker's"  #emHEfi������i^  ties at all the Hotels  A Most Healthy  Beveridge  and  made  from the,PUREST   of Malt aiid Hops  *-a> t.*M������jtfjyjBWCBMPytf-JW^. 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Adn-uin i.'i iTfttorrt Atit,"' j  ���������nrFTkTnTr������rciii������i hv   order oi-  Ww ifo-mr Jh'I'j'.o H.irkcr, nmde  tli-a -5th duyof   Movember, lWR ;  I was -ippoiiite.'i   Admvowtvalor  ������t t'hoK-*ti\lo or ihu nhovu-ntcu-  iUv.td d-coji'e'd, '."d" aH1  Mr'v' "' ' 'f *  < a  hfiviog cl������'un*f fi'jjiiin-t the ciiid "  tujnte v������rt btvoby rncyuircdlo ftir  Qiiibftui-M*-, properly   verified, !���������  , ntt) o#������ or bt'l*oru rwj UM)  d  PccflMlHpr.lf-'W.,   AST* ii*"  ���������-������������������n iftdcbti"! lo  M?d **���������������������������  l"]U������I*.'l JO )*\tf    \bo    -.r,.  their indeblvhi-**   > .  with.  MhIwI Ihi* tiUr, ^.i-y uf  >.i>'.c i  Itor^ iw.**.  Dff;ti<������l Adiainii'tratfit'  Anything you want  ancl whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  ���������������.,-!���������  vHj i A  '..  ���������'   'V  u.)i  !���������.*'  >er.'  iTl-  ' a.Al't>  ". \iu\*'W  ������������������   C     :���������  ; Wot .<  u c  tm*%*mLUt*m������*m#MMi<������������������>������������������ %������ ���������p-������mtmwh**m**i'W.-*t*  I.KTTKUIIHADS  HlhfiUKAD.S  IuWKI.OI'lvS  l'AMn-IMiTB  CATALOUrKS  MENUS  M.OTTKfJS  nonciiciis  i-'OSTEIW  Bini'PING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  MJSINKSS HAKUfc)  WICDDINC STATION 15UY  IJALL PROGRAMMES  ktc, etc., nre.  w ii������ (rtia-Wtftuwaajii'aMwiiwt,    -   # ,  KHUL'^MAU"������  ^ -.  I      V.  U. K. W.A- Li.i  '    Alitt.  TIE CUMBERLAND  NEWS  Hftatra  ������vyih������*f*..������*,*i<iaf.mim  .W,).'W^'**������M.Wf *iK���������  THE OTWS: GrraiBEKL'AND. B. C.  0  FOR YOUNG FOLKS  o * t  A Queer Water Jug Seller on a  Paris Boulevard.  BASQUE   IN   NATIVE   DRESS.  Remarkable Raco of Peoplo Who Dwell  In France ancl Spain���������A Jolly Gnmo  For Boys���������Many Things That Chii-  >   dren Like to Read About.  Tlie odd looking littlo man and.his  heavily loaded'llltlo donkey Is a Basque  wator-Jus peddler, nnd lie was plying  hia trade on a Piirls boulevard when  the on mora man took his picture. The  Jugs he soils possess "the* peculiar prop-  erty of keeping liquids fresh and cool  no  innUer   how   warm  tho  weather.  STUTTERING. ,  Treatment by Which the Affliction May  Be Overcome..,  Thero is no euro for (stuttering.   This  does uot,mean that"no stutterer cnu lm  cured���������far from It���������but that therois'no.  treatment which Is "sure to-cure.,   If a  stutterer be taken fn" childhood, when  tho affliction Is tlrst uoticcu, and eare-  fully treated ho.eun sometimes ho cur- j  ed and generally much Improved!  .Dr. Frank A. Bryant of Now. York, '  writing In the Medical Record, says !  ������Hio first thing to do Is*to make sure j  that there aro no obstructions in tlio  throat or nose, sucli ns enlarged toil-  fills or adenoids.   The ohlld must bo'  taught to brenlho-through his nose.] 1  deeply aiid slowly, ns a habit. Ho must 1  uot bo allowed to speak when excited  nor when laughing or crying or in. tho  paroxysms  of  whooping cough.    Ilo  must never bo tickled.   All causes of ���������  excitement must bo removed.    Fresh i  nlr, scrupulous cleanliness, plain, nour- ���������  Ishlng   food,   moderate   exercise, and  plenty of sleep In a dark room are essential. ���������*'    -  Mental treatment is of great impor-  hmce.-Any measures thnt wlll Increaso  mental polso nro of iiicomparablo  \ altie. Tho stutterer1 must bo Impressed with a desire to overcome what is  only a bad habit. Ho must bo persuaded to study tho great art of speaking correctly. Thus, by careful, pa-  tlcnt work on the part of his parents,  tnacliers and physicians, will lie gradually cure himself,, or at least so" improve as to make the a miction cease to  bo serious.       "      .,   '' .  WILD PIGS OF BRAZIL  FIRST IN DARKEST AFRICA.  THE. VOICE OF A CHILD.  ������ by American' Press Association.  A BASQUE WATElt JOC-f .PRDDLER.  Thoy aro mado of a ciiy found in tha  Pyrenees mountains, and nro much  sought for by the Parisians.  The Basques, nro a remarkable race  of people, dwelling in the sou.Invest)  corner of France and In the north ot  Spain, on both sides of the Pyrenees.0  They are supposed to be descendants  of the ancient Iberians, who occupied  Spain beforo the Celts. The Basques  preserve their ancient language, for-*  nior maimers and national drnees.  Foot In the Ring (Boys).  Divide tho children into squads ot  about eight. For each squad uraw ou  tlie ground a c'rclu about two foot In  diameter. * Boy I?o. 1 conies forward,,  places one foot In the ring, bending the  knee and 'having the weigh t_of_Itho_  body over this foot. He then folds his  nrms and waits the attack of boy No,  2. who, also having his anus folded,'  hops forward. No. 2 hops around No.  J, who keeps changing- lils front to  where No.' 2 Is, until the latter finds a'  chance to attack No, 1, and while hopping, push liim out of the circle. If  ho succeeds, ho wins, and takes the  circle, No. !J coming forward to attack him, and so on. If, however,  during tho contest No, 2 gets bolh feet  on the floor h" loses and No. 'A then  coni'i forward to attack N-. 1. The  player In the ring, so loi.g ��������� nls foot  Is .a * tho circle, may causo the attacker to fail by evading or,dodging  lilm. The arms i ust always remain  folded and the pin ilng must bo dono  with tho shoulders and ..over with the  rnlscd nriiv An exeiu contest'Is  hnd by putting two nltac,.._i*3 against  the one in tho ring.  " About Money.  Over 1,000 series of llteelc coins, 1*  sued by Indepo-dont cities, nro said to  exist i  In tho fifth century B. 0. roll tied copper Is snid to have ���������bcon as highly,  prized ns gold, |  During tho reign of.Nunin I'oinpllhi*^  700 B. 0., nn experiment was mado  villi wooden monoy, .       '     .  BrnHu monoy ivns coined In Bomo hy,  Sorvliis Tullliifi iih early n**'fi73 It. 0.    j  Tho Boinnns IhsuoiI prlvnto oi con**  atiliir coins which horo tho nnmo** o������  lending llnmiiii families, .   .  Julius Cncnni- wnii tho first mnn who  put his own Imago on a coin.  ArUlotlo i-snys, "Money exists not by,,  nature, but by Inw."  How One of tho World's Greatest Song  Birds Was Discovered,    *  Many years ago a maid employed by  Miss Lundbcrg, a-famous dancer of the  ltoyal Opera in Stockholm, was given  a holiday by her mistress.and set out  to take a walk. Passing a shabby little  hoijse in the poorest section of the city  she hoard a child's, voico, which seemed to her wonderfully fresh and beautiful, and, looking up, she "saw n* little  girl'Siltting near tho window, singing to  n pet kitten. Iri great excitement she  rushed to her mistress and told her of  the cxquislto-voico she had heard.,  .- Miss Lundberg was somewhat skeptical, but dually went to the house' aud  heard the sweet song. She, too, was  convinced of the great natural beauty  of tho child's voice and reported it to  Croellus, the, singing master of the  opera.  Croelius was also somewhat skeptical at first,* but at Miss Lundberg's request he, too, went and, standing on  the sidewalk, heard tho child sing.  -������������������i^riTtptu"i-ed-iff-^urn~ue"toid^CoTOfc"  Duke, manager of the Royal "opera, and  arrangements were mndo by which the  little girl sang for the count.  She was at once taken as a free pupil,  in tho Royal tppora school and thereafter received the best instruction Sweden could give. The child wns Jenny  Llnd, the famous "Swedish Nightingale."���������Ladies' Home Journal.  A Dutiful Boy -Scout,  -Tnin n crowing wiiU.liiiinn," wrllen'  ft man from Plillndolpliln, "nt Second  nnd Ulriird avenue, nnd n cripple. t  lutvo n ulgnnl on n high pout, nnd  .ovory ovoiilng I havo to put n lighted  lamp up thero nnd tnko It down In tho  morning to refill It. It In hard work  Iind rlhky for tne, for 1 hare only one  log. Mo there Ih it llltlo ncout who  Piikkch every morning nt d o'clock, uoiTt  lug milk fur IiIh uncle, Ho taliet my*  In nip down Tor me. He told mo It wii������  IiIh iluty-overy scout wna to do n kind  not rivery morning of hln life, Thri'o  rhoiTM for tho hoy scouts!'1'���������.Jacob A.'  Itlls In Outlook,  1 P������B Awayl  Ti-it '.���������������������>. int  ill"I, |.<'k; uvv.ljr  If you llie ytrVia would win.  "J'lH only poor, faint hearted ch,*tH  Who tulle of itfvlriK tn,  Bucee������i mny tie Innnr In rom Inr,  Hut como It unruly will  To tlinm* who grind nn itemllly  JVft ������wny, my In������1, nt your pfiin������i  Don't think they're not for you.  CoimMor (lie dcrdf nt other!  Aml kIiow what yon can ilo.  Rhoulii the '.if If nr Kama teem ioM  Don't nilinlt that you nre "itone,"  Hut i-lay It out to iho (.|h*i, 1ml,  That's how sureer-i li won.  ftt, fieir awny ������lt throueh your life  Let'that your moiio ne,  For iteady, hnneit effort'* bound  fe brim the victory,  ���������������l������oj*i'p*t\ Vtlit*,  Not Much Doubt.  SevornloAmerIcaiis In London recently applied to nn agency for nn automobile in which to go sightseeing. Tliero  was dlfllculty In getting one on such  short, notice, but when lho hour arrived a luxurious limousine car waa  placed at their disposal. Tho chauffeur  proved woll Informed. When thoy re-  tui'ned, they remnrked that they had  never had such a ear or such a driver.  "Woll, It Is not often that ono llko  this Is'for hire," was tho reply. "Did  you notlco the coat of arms on tho  door? That autoniobllo belongs to  Lady ���������," nninlng ono of the wealthiest American heiresses married to nn  English peer, "but nlio is out of town."  Tho Americans who had tho use of  Lady ���������-'s car nre wondering whether  sho or the chnuffour enjoyed tho prof-  Its.���������Detroit Freo Press.  She Investigated,  Whnt Elsie's sister wanted to know  wns where Elslo got that bonutlful silver mounted walking stick. But Elslo  didn't wnnt KlsJn's sister to know, so  HIhIo'b sister got KIhIo'b father to atli  'lisle.  "I found It," Elsie poutlngly Inform-  ed hor fill hor, "Homing like a schooner  on J lio waves one dny when I wnn  bathing."  , But two dnys later Klslo's sister snid  to Elsie:  "Corno-toll me!  What Is his nnmo?'*  "Nnmo!" repented Elslo blankly.  "What do you mean?"  "I moan, dear," snid Klslo's slstor,  "that limt night I tried to mnko that  ntlck of yours flout In tho bnih, nnil-  well, darling, It untik!"���������Vonrson'ii  Weekly,  Playing Both Ends.  "I hIiiiII Imvo a farewell rci'Ioh In  America," explained lho prominent nc-  tres**.  "And then you wlll rellro from the  Btago foro ver, eh?" '  "Not nt nil, My manager In even  now arranging for n welenmo homo  ���������.erica on tho othor nido."-Washington  flornid.  Fate of a Jaguar That Fell Into Their ,  Merciless'Clutches.. ,   '.  j I  The wild pigs of Centra! niul South  America liavo n reputation for ferocity,  and Indomitable pluck nud aro exceedingly'dangerous enemies to meet. .Mr.  ,T. Bigg-Wither, in "Pioneering In South .  Brazil," tells this slory.of an explorer's ���������*  experience of(, them.   Elliott, the ex-  plorcr,   nnd   a   Brazilian   companion  named Lopez were camping in the for-J  est between two Brazilian rivers,   s   ' i  "Suddenly they, heard, close tit hand,  a tremendous uproar of grunting and  squeaking.   - :  . "'Pigs!'   exclaimed   Elliott.    'Roast  pork "for supperIV ^ i  "'Como onl' wns tho only comment  of Lopez, and he led the way.ln the  bright moonlight toward, a HI tie open  space anions*tho pines.  "In a fow minutes they came to the  edge of the clearing, and thero thoy'  saw, not one pig, but n drove of fifty  or sixty, all furious with rage and  vainly endeavoriug to get at a jaguar  that was sitting In fear and trembling  ou the (op of an ant hill, about flvo  feet abovo the ground.  " 'Don't fire,' said Elliott. 'Let's wait  ������ minute. Wo haven't got too .much,  ammunition, and wo can'.t afford to  waste any.'  "The Jaguar, with bis tail well up in  tho nlr", out of reach of tho foe, was '  tottering about on tho top of tho ant  .hill,'with his.four foot close.together  and turning first iti one direction antl  then in another to .naet successive' attacks. ,  "' "Just thnn tho jaguar let his tall  drop. Iii a second tho pigs had laid  hold of the appendage and had pulled  , tho beast into the midst of thom. A  terrible battle ensued. From time .to  time the massive yellow body of tiie"  jaguar'would'rise above-the rolling  herd of pigs.sand his paws could bo,  seen dealing'out deadly blows on every  side. Then ho would'sink again and be  burled under the bodies of his raging  foes. After awhile the noise began to  subside.'  " 'Where's '- the  jaguar?'   asked   Elliott  '1 can't see-him anywhere.' -  ���������" 'Nor I either.' added Lopez.              {  "One by ono tho excited pigs moved  off. When they had al! departed the .  two men descended into tho arena.  There wore fourteen pigs lying, dead ot  dying on the ground, but there was no  jaguar. Presently Lopez stooped down,  picked up a fragment of something  yellow and, holding it up, remarked:*  '   " -'Here lie is.'" ,    :  "He had found a bit of tho jaguar's  skin, almost the*.only fragment of his-,  body left,  llo.had .been jtorn to pieccn  and devoured by his vicious foes, and  "iiothing^va-s~loft-^f"UiM*"exc"ei*rawfewJ"  scraps of skin and hair." j  Mungo Park's Darhg Plunge Into the  ^ Heart bf the Continent.  Mungo Park started out on bis African expedition���������the first serious attempt that was ever mado to explore  the "dark contincnt"-on Oct. 21, 171)3.  Tho lion hearted Scotchman, with two  negro servants, set out. from Gambia,,  on tho west coast, and plunged fearlessly into the'task witch before..him  no white man had ever attempted.  lt took a real man to plunge into the  unknown interior, tilled with tales of  the monstrous and tho terrible. Huge  serpents, roaring lions, great, black:  cannibals, scorching heat, deadly fevers���������who would dare to, challenge  these things? .And so Africa remained  "dar't" until yesterday, as it were,  while Moses was battling with hia  problem In the Arabian wilderness;  while civilization was maturing in  Egypt and Greece; while Roman republics and empires woro rising and falling: while the modem nations .were  coming, into being; while .crusaders  wero fighting and troubadours singing; while Julumhus was.discovering  the new world and Washington was  founding the United Stales of America.,.  But at last the man and the hour  met, and tho son of lho Selkirkshire  fanner took his bravo leap into the  mystery. In the mystery he remained  a*year aud a In*If, when ho reappeared,  returned to England and wrote "Travels In tho interior of Africa," a book  which Is slill ono of."the most interesting in the libraries of the world.  In the year 1S05 Mungo Park started  on his second trip to the dark continent,* a trip from which he w-as* never  to return. Resolved, with.true Scotch  grit, to."discover the mouth of tho Si-  ger or perish in an attempt," Parle,  pushed.on through-the pathless forests  until he reached a point between 0 and  10 north latitude, where in attempting  to make his escape from tlie natives,  who wore' about to kill him, he wna  drowned in the mighty'stream, which  should bo accepted ns his most fitting  .monument���������Rev. *0T. B. Gregory lu  New York American.  MURDERED BY A MOTH.  NAMES FROM THE BIBLE.  Iniltited Theatrical Values.        -J  "The 'show business' proper���������namely. |  the business of securing and producing '  plays   for  the entertainment.of  the',  theater going public���������Is a business ot ;  false and inflated values,"  writes a j  prominent theatrical manager iu the '  American    Magazine.     "Reputations,  receipts, salaries, expenditures, costs  of production, losses on failure and so  on through the list���������everything is Inflated.  ".The. $100,000 producllon probably  cost $00,000, out of which. In case of  failure, thero was a salvage of $10,000.  Tho $50,000 production can easily bo  duplicated for $.10,000, and many a  dramatic production hns been mndo for  from $*1,000 to $0,000 that In the published figures represented an outlay of  '$2r).000 beforo tho curtain rose:'"  A Cautious Young Woman.  Elizabeth had l)oeir***strk't.ly trained  in lho proprieties of receiving gifts of  money. Undo .lohn arrived, u privileged character, nnd nftcr lhe custom  of uncles produced n quarter dollar.  Llkowlso ho offered to go to tho candy  man's shop across tho way on a squandering expedition.  Thero Elizabeth ehoso a borUf candy  nt 10 cents. The shopkeeper took the  quarter and produced in czchniige the  box and IB. cents. Elizabeth was po-  lite, but firm, ns she refused the chango.  "Thank you," she snid. "but wo nro  not allowed to tnko money from everybody."���������New York Post,  Odd Ones From the Old Testament  That Pleased tho Puritans."  A certain set of" Christian names  taken from the Bible ha\e been In use.  so long that wo do not'think������of them  as Biblo names. Among; tliem aro  Adam, Moses. Samuel, David. Daniel,  Solomon, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob:  Other*- taken*' from the saints, like)  Peter.  Paul, John, Stephen and Mat-  -lliew, originally given to cuildre    be-  cause they wero_-bom_Qn_Uie--sainL'3  day, are still so common that wo think  of them as English names'.'"',  These names antedate the use of snr-  ..Jiames^ as may' be inferred "from tlio  fact that nearly all of them liavo giveu  rise to ��������� patronymics, liko Jncobsoiv  Peterson nnd Stevenson. In the twelfth  century missionaries sent out by tho  authorities 'used to baptize whole vll-  1 lages at onco and to save time Invested  all lho men with the name of John or  somo other saint ahd the women usual-  *ly Mary or Martha. To distinguish the  Johns some additional nnmo like Short  or Strong or Whlto or Blnck wns glvei'i  him by lho neighbors, nnd so Christian  names and-surnames woro united.'  After tho reformation it became the  fashion among tbo Puritans to glvo  children the names of characters liko  tho Old Testament, nud odd ones llko  Mclchlsedoc or Bni7.illui wero preferred. Among.these were Abel, Levi,  Jesse. Amos, Asn, Isaliih, T-'phrnlni,  Gideon, Mnlnchl, Job, Aim ..llosca,  Ezeklol. Jeremiah, Zechnrlah, Asher,  Ell and hundreds of others.-Hartford  Times.  ft Curious Case snd the Evidence Upon  Which It Was Decided.  Jn olden times it was iiot rare for  animals to bo accused and convicted of  various offenses aud given Judicial  trials, but (hero is a more recent case  recorded, lu which a moth wns proved  to havo been a murderer. It was tho  case of tho Princess Caravelia, at Naples, Aftor giving a dinner party sho  proceeded to hor room to snatch a few  minutes of rest, In order to refresh  herself for a dunce. .  , -She was discovered lying dead on her  bed, with a pistol wound in her heart.  Her husband, Prince Caravelia,'had-  been noted for Ills jealous disposition,  and as it was certain that no stranger  'could jiosslbly have been In,tho princess' room suspicion pointed to him,  aud ho was nrrifsled.  Tho pistol was found lying near tho  murdered womnn, which in itself wns  favorable to the prince, for no murderer, unless ho courted detection,  would thus leave the weapon to bo  discovered. In spite of tlils, it wns  probable tlmt things would lilive gono  hard with tho' accused ��������� but for tho  shrewdness of a Naples police officer.  This man carefully examined the bedchamber, and, lying on the tloor by the  bedside, he fouiul ono of those large  moths that abound in Italy. A lighted  candle had stood on a tablo by tho bed,  and the moth's wing's bore .evident  marks of having been badly, singed  against the flaiiie.  What was .moro Important still, somo  of the powdery dust from tho moth's  wings was found on the trigger of the  pistol, and pistol bad lain ln such a  position'that ll covered (ho princess'  heart. It was clear, argued this asluto  Sherlock Ilojnjes, that the moth had  burned.Its wings and had fallen on tho  table whero, writhing ln agonies, Us  wings had struck the trigger af tho pistol, and the pistolhad been thus fired.  It was noted (hnt the lin'r trigger  worked with exceptional cage.  It should be remarked that theso  Italian   moths* are ' larger than  any  * with which we nre familiar iu (Ills  country. On this evidence tho princo  was rightly acquitted. ��������� Pearson's  Weekly.  A PIONEER RAILROAD  ��������� o  ONTARIO'S FIRST VENTURE WAS  RIDICULED'IIV PUBLIC.  ., MAETERLINCK  ON SPIRITS.  Too Frank,  A bashful mnn who visited n girls'  Hdiool wns nulled by tho mistress to  *a\i u iv',1 7,<jp*\5i������ tu tho pupil**,  ���������'Hcliolnrn, lie unld, "I hopo you will  Blwnyn lore yonr school nnd your  teacher nn much nn \ dot"  Tableau, Giggling pupllr* nnd a  blushing Icnehcr.-Lonilon Telegraph,  Ho Looked It.  "The Inst mnn that on mo by asklii'  for work," mild tho fnrmer, "was one  o' tliem wrllln't'hnpH."  "I3ld ho sny ho wns?"  "Uo didn't need to; 1 Itnowed It  without lulllu', for ho looked at lone-  mime an a Hheddln' owl pet!In' on a  graveyard gatepost an' iih hungry ������������ n  possum up a kIiuuioii tree that had Jos'  been hit by llghtnlii'."���������Atlnnln Constitution.  Defining tho Dlieate.  "I've pared for m-vernl person*." she  explained, "but I never have loved nny  one ko that I would hnve heon willing  to glvo up my homo nnd work for him If  nncoRHiiry,  Thnt In ronl lovo, Isn't It?"  "No*, that Un't real love. That lu  Roftonlng of the hrnln."-Chlong() Hoc  ord-liernld.  The English Penny.  Tho Kngllah penny has had a good  long Inning. Kor over sir centuries Id  was practically the only 1'lngll.sh coin,  for while tho florin did nr*-, nppenr until  HMO,' tho penny was hit rod iced by  Offa, king of Morcln, who took as a  model a coin struck by the father of  Charlemagne.  This penny of Offn's was a silver  coin, nnd It wns followed In I,'l"i7 by  one of gold, and It was not until tho  time of f'eoi'gi*. III. that copper penco  wero struek, Iho present; bronzo not  coming until Vlclorln had been ovor  twenty yours on the throiio.-Londoii  Chronicle.  His Opinion About Those Materialized  by Mediums. 0  Maurice Maeterlinck, writing about  life after death in.the Fortnightly Review, makes.,these remarks about the  so called "spirits" that are materialized'  by mediums:  -"It Is a remarkable thing that they  ~nppvaT"to~l)eniiucIr"mWe"iTiterestcd'"iiv  events hero below than in those of tho  world wherein they move.  . "They scorn, above all', jealous in establishing their identity, to prove that  they still exist, that they recognize us,  'that they know everything, and lo convince us of this they enter into .(he  most minute and forgotten details wllh  extraordinary precision, perspicacity  and prolixity. '  "They aro also extremely clever at  unraveling tho Intricate family connections of tho person actually questioning them, of any of the sitters, or even  of a stranger entering the room. They  recall this one's little infirmities, that  one's maladies, the eccentricities or  tendencies of a third.  "They have coRiils-ianec of events taking place nt n illsUnce, * * * but thero  comes from It nil no breath, no glimmer of the hereafter, not even the  something vaguely promised nnd  vnguely wnlted for.  . "We shall bo told that the mediums  are visited only liy inferior spirits, In-  cnpnblo of tearing themselves from  earthly dims and soaring toward  greater and loftier Ideas. It Is possible, nnd no tloiiht wo aro wrong to  ; boliovo that a Riilrlt stripped of Its  body can suddenly bo transformed and  rench In a moment the level of our  Imaginings, but cnuld they not nt least  Inform us where Ihey nro iind whnt  they feel nnd what thny do?"  Old Time Rowlnfj Costumei,  Mngllsh rowing men a cenlury ago  wore coj-liimcR far different from what  they wear now, In 1S0.1 It wns Ihe correct thing for them to wear a green  leiillier en I si; I n cap with n Jacket and  trousers of nankeen. In the Ilrst university race nt Henley In IS'.'!) Oxford  won wearing bluo checks, whllo Cambridge was In white, wil li pink waist-  coals. Hnrntl brimmed heavy Kti'iiw  linbi came lu a little later.  Qev������ It Away,  -'1*������M yon ever gnmbln in pforks?"  "No,   I oneo Ihought I wn������ garni  Ming, but the oontlon'.en who obtained  my money knevr beltpr/'-WeeijInjiion  Hi jr.  Eaiily.  "Po you believe womnn will ever ba  nhle to outntrlp mnn?" nlio nuked,  "It" Isn't n rentier for Hpoculntlon."  hh 'n-pucri. "tslie done IU"���������Chicago  ncconlllornld. '       i  Curiosity.  Minid--Why didn't, you protect yourself when .lack kissed youV I'U'tly-  Why, nt (!r,**it I was simply Hpcochlcss,  uml U'-.'ii j tliuuglit I uuiild just seo  l."iv Hiiiiiy Ih w.-i IL; lii.yuAvtil (uiltiw  would dure lo do It.- Doslon Tnuisci i[it.  Vindicated.  "Oeiitlonion of the jury," announced  tho attorney for lho defense, "my client Is accused of operating a speak-  ensy, 1 will hnvo the dofomlnnt lake  the stand,"  '   "Mr. WhlKller, nro you lho defendant  In this t'liso?"  "Y-y-y-yes, R-iwtlr."  "Will you pronounce your namo for  the jury?"  "T-t-t-totn-toiii.toniiiK Wh-wh-wb-ldH-  iHsler."  Aud without loiivlng tlio box tho jury  relumed n verdict of not guilty.���������Cincinnati Kii'iulrer,  Unkind Crltlelim,  "I go to thnso concerts merely to kill  timo."  "Well, I'm turn ynu often find it lifting murdered thoro."���������OnUlmonj Amcr.  lean.  Maybe.  D. A, Tl.���������I hnvo tho drum Ihnl my    I . . r    , t .     ; ..  ���������.....*. n>V.I..   ���������.,.���������...������.,HI,Vi *, ui ill-U .lit  through the devolution. Tho Flippant  Ono���������Ami when he hiiw Iho enemy did  ho heat !t?~l'iiek.  Doth Affeetefl.  She���������You really should giro up srnnlr*  Ing; It tiffed** tho heart. Ho-Hy that  rennenlng I ouuht to Rive up you nl������o,  -nonton Transcript,  Hard to Decide,  Smlthcrs-T nm going lo havo my picture taken, A gnoil deal depends upon  lho pose, don't you know. Now, what  kind of a position ilo you thlnl-r would  ho lho best I'or mo? llrownrlg���������Well,  1 don't know. I was going lo nay with  your hack to tho ciiineni, but. then yonr  hnlr Is  rather Ihln   behind.���������HoMon  i'l^ii:,i.l i\i{,  Made It Clear.  "My second Inmlmnd Is no more llko  my Ilrst one wna thnn dny  Is llko  night."  ���������'TTn-f   Tf*tifi/ifvif-irii1 #"ft������t ���������   r**'*   -I-1*. ���������**.������������������"��������� 1-1   -*i ���������*���������* y  er speak III of tlio ilentl." ,,  "Oh, I had no liitenllon or doing  thnt. On the contrary." ��������� Houston  r������Mt  N'ot by levity of floating, but by ntub-  born tarco ut iwlmmlng, limit thou  waknthirwny.-CoTlylB  Work will hide from most ol u> much  eecdicsajvorry.,  Futile Clevameii.  "The rl('\picst iiipii," rrji* nn eminent I'ngll-diiiiiiii, "nro moro clever  tliun lhe cleverest women."  TIiIh mny bo true. Rut nhnt -flow  their clprrnip,*;������ nvnll them when elev-  er women wish to mnke foo'i of Uicuif  "-Chlenao llorord-llci'iiii.  Frederick Charles Capreol Was JRe-  i sponsible for the Little Line From  I .. Toronto to Uradford, But lie \Va9  Squeezed Out by Jealousy Before  Fist Sod Was Turned ��������� Time-  tablo In Manuscript.  This Orst railway in Ontario oa  which locomotives were used, was tha'  lliie from Toronto to Bradford, the,  company,, that built it being first  known as "tho Toronto and Slmcoe,  then as tho Ontario, Simcoo and Huron, and later ns tho Northern Hallway Company,  Tho ilrst promoter of that earliest  of Ontario railways was Frederick  Charles Capreol, a prominent ' business man of Toronto of that time. His  namo was really Caprloll, tho namo  of a noble Italian family of great  prominence several generations ngo.  One branch of the family removed  to France, and tbo descendants r.ro  living there lo ihir, day!' A second  branch went to Knglaud, whero tho  namo was Anglicized to Capreol.  Frederick   Charles   Capreol, . the  pioneer railway promotor of Ontario, "  ���������was born In England'in 1803, his second name, Chase, being the name of *  his mother's family.   She was a nleco-  of Sir Thomas Chase, and a relative  -  of tho Marquis of Salisbury.   In 1828,   .  when   twenty-eight   years   of   oi'ge,  , young Capreol was sent out to Canada  to assist In'settling up the affairs.of  tho Northwest Fur' Company, which  was   being   amalgamated   with ��������� tho  Hudson's Bay Company.  To Mr. Capreol Is due the honor of  having planned "and promoted tho  first steam railway In tho upper pro- *  vlnce. Ills plan was to connect Lake  Ontario at Toronto with Lake Huron,  by means of a railway, and at tho  samo time open, up the country north  of Toronto, and especially tho district  uround Lake Simcoe.  It was* a gigantic undertaking  for the time, and tho first obstacle  that had to be overcome was lack  of the necessary funds. Mr. Caprcol'a  first pla: was Ingenious, if not particularly sound. It. was a lottery.'  Ills scheme was to raise tho necessary funds in this highly speculative  manner, the' proceeds from tha salo "  ol tho lottery ticket*1 to bo used ln  purchasing 100,000 acres of land  along tho lino of tlio projected railway, the idea belug that tho profita to  be derived from tho sale of the land  would bo sufficient to pay tor the  whole construction of the road. By '"  Rome, the plan was viewed with distrust, and by others 11 was condemned  as  being  a   gambling  scheme  and,   "t here f oTerimm*oral 7"ATroW6e~quence���������  of this distrust and opposition St fell  through.  , Defeated in Ms first attempt,^ Mr.  Capreol did not give up In despair.  He simply changed his course, and  adopted the plan that has been followed by .nlmost every railway pro- ,  muter since. He set lo work and organized a company. In 18*49 this company was Incorporated and granted  a charter by tho Legislature of United Cnnnda, but the Earl, of Elgin, tho  Governor-General of that time, re- ���������  Borved tho bill for tho Queen's as-  ������>ont. lt, therefore, had to bo sent lo  London, England, a proceeding that  required^ considerable time ln thoao  days of 3low ships.        ,,  When thin new and apparently serious dlfllculty was thrown In hlB way,  peoplo began to call lho promotor of  tho company "Mad Capreol." But  neither the tlifllcultloa of the situation nor the jeors of hie neighbors  daunted tho onterprlslng and energetic man. He decided to go to London' also, an*" plead In person the  causo of hln railway charter. Hia  offorts woro 'crowned with success.  The royal aBnonl waa given to tho  bill on August 28, 1849, nnd within  noven woclif* after BOttlng out from  Toronto, Capreol wan hack with hia  railway charter tu hia pocket.   .  Upon liln roturn from England,  Mr. Capreol was appointed general  manager of the company, and now  that all wafi ready for a ntart ho  made preparations for tho turning of  the flra't hod.  And then, like a holt from lho blue,  dlsanter fell upon Mr, Capreol. Tho  directors of the company "animated  by jealousy, dlnmlHsed him fr -n his  ofllee of manager, but 11 few days before the firat nod won turned.  The first nod was turned on October  ITi,  ISlil,   and   lho   firat pawengor  train wan run over lho lino on May  ! 1(1. IfifiS,   Tho train Pon������lnted of the  locomotive, "The I tidy KIrIii," n box-  cur, and onu piiimeigor car.  At that  time there Hlood opposite the Queen'**  Hotel   In  Toronto,  a  little  wooden  tshod.   This wiih tho rnllwny Mntloh;  and thorn on Ilia   Mny morning, t  ; little more than fifty-eight ycum ago,  tlint   onrllnHl.   of    Upper   Canndlun  iralni; net. out on Its flint trip. Thoro  .were plenty of piuiHiingerp, and they  I wore given a hearty send-off hy %  > crowd that filled the ctntloii, mid the  vnennt Hpnce adjacent tn the terminal.  There was no ticket office In tho rata-  , tlon, nnd no lickcta   were   t'.old   on  ; board the   trnln    >y   tho conductor,  ; John llnrvle, In inter yonm an nldor-  ' mnn of Toronto,     At every nlatlcn  ��������� along lho lino crowds had gnlheretl [0  ' poo t)\n nrivot ol(������lvt e������d r>hr "r ���������!"* r*ie  I cent thnt ht\A nttnndi-d "Mnd Pan-  . rool'H'' rihotnu. Two hours MI'T li-av-  I Ing Toronto, (ho Main wnn nl AurorB,  ' twenty-nine nnd a half xnlltm from the  ntnrtlng point,  j    Tho  find panncnRi .* ttmo-tnhlo of  * Ihln   rnrlltiit   of   O-ntnrlo   tilr-pi   ������-������iM-  : ways wns In hnndwiltlng, done tn thn  neat, running commercial hnnd of the  time,   Thn flrnt column contained the  , name* of the iitntlonn along tho line,  i which, including lho two terminal**,  1 Toronto and Bradford, numbered all-  1 teen.    Of thoso that wore on thai  , time-table und ftro on the time-table  In  effect  to-day, wero  Newmarket,  H,*lUi*<l    Laud In r    and    Ul-ihi'toftri  Jill),  Iu tho no-ond column wna the  timo of departuro from each elation,  1 then tho length of tho utop, and lait-  ,\y tho distance hetwetr. .tall-oca, THE NEWS, HTTMBBRLAMD. BRITISH COLmtgliL  The Furniture Store  Special lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain Prices  New 'lines-of Linoleums, Wall  ��������� ������������������ . Papers and* Furniture  Just opened out  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves  and Ranges on hand  I THE LARGEST  ata  McPhee lUot-k',  A. MC  Cumberland  FARM STOCK and IMPLE  1HENTS ever held in the  Comox Valley  LESLIE J. ASTON  Practical Boot and Shoemaker  "Repairs Neat and Prompt  Miners' and Loggers'  Boots to Measure  Dunsniuir Ave.,    Cumberland  ,.������������������*���������.������-."���������" ������������������������-'  Prize Offered For  :. ���������  The Most Improvement|  Till' ('> nili".ilni'il bnnit'li ol' tlu'  Woiih'.i's   Christian   Teirfiperiuieo  l-nion   tir.iKitiiici-B  iis   putpo&o "f  l^ivi i g  a prize of twenty five doll-  nrs in the homo i-iiowin^' tho moat  iinjirovciiKMit in its  anitoutidings  ('.r.riiif*;   tlm   i-iimnier.    Impartial  j"*-g('S   will be appointed by   tlio  ui'giuiiy.atiiiii   to  select   lho   prize  wi-iiuer, und    liono'iil'lo*   mention  will lie mndo nf n limited number  of wmliiy cunipeiiiDrs.    It is o-on  .       * i *-**  endly folt that   thoro   is   a,   (-real  need (if tlm :i\vda:iiiii(** of ii  sentiment in   the ouniiin'initY   liiiikiiio-  i'or lho neatness in the - appcnrniico-  i'f lho honies1 and yurda of tho city  :ind it is to lio iiupjil that this in-  lliiltivoof. tj.o   \Y. (*. T. IJ.   will  hturt' ;i   refill-million   in   tliis   line  tlmt will result in n grout iuiprouc  niont on present concilium^    TITo  ladies   hnvo planned   to  create   ii  goiioi-al ' interest   by   inukiiig   the  ���������.I'.Viird coudiLioii.il on lho Cii'o'nto.-t  Improvement shown   diipii'i*;   tho  -.-.i; inner, thus making  lho  oppur-  ' Miiily open lo all.  Ida Im-vkkman, Sec.  tetupe  Shoui  Messrs Hardv & Biscoe have received instructions  from Mr. George Jefleries, who isleaving for Alberta,  to sell by PU1J1C AUCTION on his ranch, situated be  tween Comox and Courtenay, commencing at 11.30 a.  ��������� m. mompt on  Tuesday, March 31st, 1914  43 Mend of Choice Dairy Cows  and young Stock:  S First-class Horses  40 Sheep, Including Rams, Ewes  and Lambs  30 Pigs, Including 4 Brood Sows,  Chwster White Boar  3 Geese  14 Duck:*?  ���������200 Chickens  A!"io Furniture and a Pull Line of Barm  Implements which are rriostly new.  ���������hardtFb  G. JEFFRIES AUCTIONEERS  LO  iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiyiiikniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiira  a H  to  1  CftOWr-1 THEATRE  Cumber/land  ope^a house '  - Courtenay  Be van  ������        PHONE R 81  o������������������������sc������������r^e(*G(;*3*sc������t������  PHONE  10  MAROCCHI BROS    s|  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF .  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  The first shipment of our spring ..stock  of"9  Shoes have .arrived in  Men's Tan and Black Button  Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede in^  Lace and Button  Watch for our Sale, of Odds and Ends after  Stock-Taking  'SITUATION WANTKD-.H.V  a young Japinese, iu hotel or  store. (Speaks g'uod Knglish,  Apply Kobayashi. No. i Camp.  -  ���������������������������   Yi-s, friend   ������������������Mews," it   iB  un  Iri-di ydio  ')  fur it's supposed to  in-.MH linppeueil in tho Kmorukl  Me, uikI' ������������������Tut," wo might state  i'i-I *,nur enlightenment, is' a  ilnii'uiijd'.lnv'l Iri-diuian' mid who  v hiiii'i- ut tlio present liini>������*on  .|'I'liiiiu'ii li-liiml. I!, C  "v-m cuit. l.'uiffli 1  Mo v i"H"Gr~HP i c tu res���������wi 11-  be shown in the above  place s  as follows:���������  Dailv -ichnnjyes.a week  j      tJ o        l     ,  Monday, Wednesday  and Saturday, Courtenay; Thursday.   Bevan.  Tuio Sboous  Each  Night    .  Prices as Usual  Agents for Pilsener IJrewing Compam\s.HEER  '    Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds ot .  " ��������� Wines and Liquors.*  \        SECOND    STREET"  t  ' THE "IDEAL"' STORE    N*xt * T������rboiu:  1       McRae, Acton, Hayman  lllllllllllll������HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIlIinillffllHllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllll!tlKilll!^    '  . ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiii'iiii^  iiii'iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimuiiiiiiiii titaiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiiiiii^  } Capital Paid Up $ 11,660,000.     .   .        Y      _ ^7s6x^^l3lp"0^00O~l'"  ^tf-1  .'W.'WITCHELL, Mgr  '  Mi-rH'i** l.i'iiis Miiiiinji*',. Uobi'i't.  <;i*iiiit i-i''., uikI Rnliurl   Urnnt ;]r,  i*mil" up hy anto from    Victoria  ;.i-t. wi.kik- on a I'yw tluya visit lo  ,!.i- riiy   ,���������*& .  Tin.', l/ulii.'h' Aiixillwiry of tin*  l:. yt. NS'. < f A. lu'M" a social  .'imiiv in  ilu- lTiiinii hall on    St.  i ������������������!! i-it-1-c*���������* uifilit     A most imjoy  nI.I'i} i-ivoniuj; was hjumiI liy all,  Campbell River Notes  Tin* Intuniiuioiial I-o^inojCo,,  NowiUro tftiirtitig   up  wiih  about, 150  UK-ll,'  Mr, IyOuit* Cufioy lma a gang of  iiumi   i'i-pairing   tlio , roiul, to ilio  Lukt*.  Mr, Sigurd Slngo is ovor  from  Si'iutii',. looking al'tur his logging,  inU*'iwtrt.  An .In(U'p(.'ii'li)iit'' Ooii^orvativo  Asi'iic.iiil.'.nn linn ht'on fornuid here  willi aliout hvonty-fiviuni'.niluTs,  "Work is lo lm s-tartml filmrrly  on tlm hospital,    Mr.   Ilugnr*-. ol  THE CANADIAN BANK:  .   * OF COMMERCE     .  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting; small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of tho United States, are issued.at  the following rates:  $5 nnd under ,    3 cents  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10   10      '������ " 30   30      " " 50   1 .;.thfi Royal. Bank, of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED -IN-'ANY    t.URUENCY,' PAYABLE   ALL  |   " ,    OVKU   THE   WORLD.. |  I qPKGIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.& iulere?i |  I   ul highest Current I���������Ulws all������wwVon Ih-pot-itP oi Hil'ttnil upwnrde.   |  1 0UMBBai-A.Nrb, B  0 , B-ansh, Opan Dally      |  1 UNION * AY, B.O.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays |  | D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  1 fOUBTENAY,   B, 0 ,   Branch,   Open Daily.  I R. :-I    "l.  RDWICKE, Manager.  ^^miwmmmmtwm  -I. ��������� . '*" 'm.   w^m^I^������������������HM1  11  tl  6  ,10  ,15  tt  ti  II  8.0  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  ���������ECIAL FOREIGN DRA  refisonablo rotes.  ! J 1   BERLAND B11AN3H '.....,,,.. ,W. T. "WHITE, Manajyor  eliould be mado by mt-nria of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at repsonablo rates.  p. p.HiLUPPS Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  NOTICK,  Any person or   persons f.iuntl  culling timber on   my   property  on Roy Road without   my   permission will be prossecuted.  W. WIT'MIKLL  Viincoiivnr liits Ufd ll������' contraut.  NOTICE  **m***m***tmmm*m-9Himm*-***Mmmmm**)um  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  i  L.li..U  livury conve)'.'inc:c IVom the  l:'..-*i'['iim.-ill & N;in;iinio Railway  v^uiti-;;!!'!}", nol aneaii)- ji:^isUr<:(l,  should be lodged in the Land lio  o-istry Olliee before May 31 st,  ujaI, puriitinnt to the Lnnd Registry AeC Amendment Act,   1914."  L II. SOLLV,  Land Anient  (���������)  LOST���������i)ark che.stuut inure  (colt,) inis-di]'.; since the lust  week in January from I\.uuy  liny, A reward of Sio \vill Ijl*  paid fov" information j������iven toj^  Geo. Stevens, lfauuy liny..  I Wood   Wood!  1 ��������� *   Wood       ������  fi   Now in tin* timo to place    $  I    your oi'ilor   i'or   SLAB    |  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  WOOD  82,50... per doublo loml    ������  00 TO���������  HU&H MITCHELL  von youu  Gerrl Blacksmithing  -AND---  Horseshoeing  From Tlio l?  I Star Livery Stables I  1-011 i'ALU���������Six-room cot.  tn*j;<>; luitli nnd j^ood oiillniildin(t;n-  Apply A. II,  I'encov.  FOU SALK CUKAP-A fiv.  roiuu eottn^i'. ������hi Pi'iirith Aviimii',  Apply ut Ideal Si ore.  =V. BOHOKfl:  Mannfacturer of MINERAL WATER           .���������"_"**���������*"  CUMBERLAND  T, 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20,,.,  Tiiird Si..  ' '^^^^.^.h*. m & m&mm*"*r-*-T-~r-���������^"~���������'^--*  WANT iCD-Ucliiiblu agent to  vi Handle     Indian      moioicyeles.  ' Wlsol'^.'i'e pricf given   on   ma -  eliines lo use  as   dei,nonstr,ilois.  if   putdiasov    means  hm-ini'Si*.  Wri'o, Thos.   IMiuiley,   Vic-  Win H. 0,  V.'ANTKn--'A vi'liiiblu expori  eiieed j^iri, I'ur ������j;onerd, lioiiffwui'l.  A. 01 nl home for tlui H-jdit pun-on.  Apply M ll'0 roHidi'iieo of Dr. G,  k. MnuiNnuij[iiion, WimKnua-i*.  Avonue, city.  I������'OIt'. SAliK���������Hoiwo   nnd   H-  neren of   Inn I   on   Uo)'t*   Uond*  eloso  to   town,   Terms   $150.01  Idnwii,  Imlai.eo   inontlily.    IIuiibi  'm, ,,..,������.    Apply J*. O.   ������ox   Vitt  up tins olliee.  'f YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  Motoc|cle  i  I'iremeii's Mnv^nenide,  You never know thi  true exlilUmtlon -ol  motoroyoilD-1 (III you  ride the Indlam���������  etpeuUHy live I9!3 laJIca.  The new comfort future!  make it more th������n ever thi  perjeot motoroycle. yibre*  w - 5 tlon and jollln-J don't ex it.  Power, Speed ond Endurance imequuled  by eny other motorcycle.* '-Coitr.Mit to  noihlnft to mulntttn. V-ttler to ride thon  ��������� bioyole.   Needi no itrfU*.        ���������  TheGall  of the  Open  Comer* with thr* months  of Spring and :it Plimley r  everything is ready for the  Cyclist and the Motorist.  The .1914, "Indian ' The  Motor Cycles. The 1914  "OvcrUiml" Curs and the  new cycle models by the  world's landing makers all  await your choice, bend  for free catalogue to-day,  Fhos. Plimley  ������3i YTES STREET  VICTORIA, B. Ga  1  CUMBERLAND,   1   Jj  '/if  ���������<(t  11  m  IA  i In  jJLX '' '


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