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The Cumberland News Jun 24, 1914

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Array y\  '*&--S6������i&f.<*--  o^J?ft--:& *���������^ to&.'-j  /Y '  -"*" -���������*���������-*���������--. ���������..������������_  rt^-T1     V    *   -���������-y,/  l  ji*    ,' ��������� \    t tt*7 " i " * "-  /./���������**��������� ���������Q-l*-f  V'  ft ^    ��������� ������������������*. ���������-; (���������'���������'.'":;-"  ���������  \\ * ���������' ,.  ?.*���������*���������  -j.     -- ' . ���������*,. V  r-;-  A Journal Devbtecf Esaecltilly, to the Interests of Comox District.  "Tint News, Twenty First Yuah  .CUMBERLAND,- B. CM-WEDNESDAY, JUKE .24, ztjiA  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A Yl'.AR  SSggSe^eSgggS^SeS^^  ^^  1] ERE is an opportunity right at  save money  the bemnnino- of the season   to  O ,       CD ...*.���������      ,  .fe."  -..���������For  a few   days we.--will   offer  "        ' - ,     . ���������*    .,-.'���������.'-,  our entire Millinery  Stock at a discount of 25c. off every dollar*  A  To  Chance    Not  >e*.   Missed  i-  A DOLLAR  SAVED IS A  DOLLAR  EARNED  St; George's  Special Services  Services of a spooia-lly' interest-  iiif'1 character will IjO held in. St.  George's Presbyterian Cliurol*, on  tlio next throe successive Sunday  evenings, at 7 o'clock,  On jtuio 28th, being the,, dato  nearest Dominion .Day, a "utriot-  i������ Service wil by held.  ��������� On July otli, a Memorial Service will ho hold in connection  with the Hillerost initio explosion,  when.a special offering will he  asked .for to help the widows and  orphans iu that unfortunate district. This service should ap:  penl to every miner.  Y On July 12th, the Orangemen  of the city aiid "Surroundin*.* district will march to the church  for their special'services.*  M usic, appropriate to each .ser-1  vice will bo . rendered by the.  choir., lho Pastor will, D. V.  occupy the pulpit on each oeea-  sion.  At the. Sunday  School session  on Sunday afternoon   next,  Juno  28th, nt 2 80, .Dr. i\Iaci\aiightoh,  will address the= children "and  the  parent's on the subject of "Peace"'  This is Patriotic Day in tho Son-*  'day School.   .  . To these services a cordial invi  tation is extended to all; ;\.  Pound Drowned  Up The Lake  "We regret to chronicle the sud  den death of one wlio was 'well  known anjongst us, in the person of Raines Ross--better known  ris "Jimmy"--who \vas found  dead in a boat at the head of  Comox Lake, ou last Monday,  June 22nd. It seems, Mr. N.  Calhoun, o( Alberni, who has  been working here, , made ar-  raiigcmeuts to go to the latter  place by way of the head of the  lake on Satin day .evening, and  got tlie deceased to take him up  iu ii row boat; on arrival, Mr.  Cq lliouu proceeded on" his journ  ey over the trail to Alberni, to  to get his wife, whom he is  bringing back that way and expects lo arrive back ou Wednesday. In the. meantime, Mr.  Kossj the,adeceased, was to wait  for,him to take him back.  On Monday morning, about 9  dr 10 o'clock, ������>ome campers,  who.are staying up, there, discovered the body of the deceased  laving on his back,, crossways on  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  "the square DEALING HOUSE."  In Hot Weather  KEEP  the   boat, his body  laying-  half  &; Company] Lim|tgl;  WANTED-^Torcnt or-buy,  a good second-hand sewing ma^  -c1.TiTie~A"ppl)rTrt~*t 1 ns"6~ fnce���������s   rf*  Oil Shares  "With the bringing in of the sec  ond ,,well in the" Cnlgnry oil  die  trict,  we read of a repetition  and  intensification''of tlio, excitemont  a' Calgary, and the prairie district  appears to Imvo tehiporurily gone  '���������oil uiad."    'Already nearly near-  dy'a hundred   oil companies  have  been1 hastily registered', with on pit  ali/.iiti ni   ranging    fr-win' a   few  thousand fo ton million  dollars,  and any day now,,'dour  reader, wo  may expect to iind our town flood  ed   with    sensational   literature,  showing us how hy purchasing   a  few dollars'   worth of stock a for  tune is assured; or it mny bo that  the liternturo will bo forestalled by  smooth spoken and  p 1 a 11 s i b 1 0  young stock jobbers wlio will den:  oust rate to your satisfaction , that  ,   fortune is knocking, at your door  in lho person  of themselves and  their company���������all   yon   have  to  d<> is to part with a fmv'lini'd earn  ml dollars and promise to pay a  few moro when vou  have them.  *****  It's so easy and lhe result so certain���������on paper. Now, dear pub  lie, tnko our advice and listen lo  ��������� uo journeyman stock specialist or  representative of CJulgnry nnd  Vancouver stock-soiling com pan  ion. It is sale to nssiiiuo that on  ly a very small proportion of the  companies so hastily brought together, will over bring iu nu oil  will. Two well a do not  diflrici.  ment is doing all in its power to  dU'ourngo investment ou the p-cs  out showing, uud hanks and finan  cial papers aro loud uiui insistent  in thoir warnings.-lo woiild"bo in;  vestors. Wu do not for one mom  out moan to insinuate tlmtnllthenj  new companies 'are going to he  full it'res, or that a I I  of then are wild ' cats,  but wo do urge tho small investor  .  who cannot afford to .'lose: thu w'-  dow and the wage" earner,   whom  these travelling, harpies 01 idea's*.-r  so successfully to mesmerize  with  tlibir.    specious    and.   .'plausible  tales,, to'hiok carefully before they  leap; or bettor still,  have nothing  to do w ith stock hawkers.    There  are roputablo financial and stock-  broking   houses    of   many years  standing, who aro in a position to  place your funds aud ensure you"  a square deal, 'and   if you must  tako a 'chance, we would suggest  at lenst an enquiry  at, tho   local  banks     beforo     you       commit  yourselves.    Again wo   say,   beware of curb brokers and    ������tock  hawkers, for thoywill assuredly bo  with    us ere long,      Experiunoo  has shown tlmt Cumborland with  ii regular   pity roll, is a veritable  happy hunting ground" for these  Mi; and. Mrs. P. P. Harrison!  Leland. Harrison and Mr: j. JV  "NVieri'a'rrived hoiuu Jroin nn auto  trip to Victoria on Wednesday.  u  You imagine your own town  is dull and uninteresting,1 until  you visit others. There are  worse places than Cumberland  in H. C.  o- ���������    ll    ���������  Efforts to recover bodies from  the hull ot the sunken liner Empress of Ireland resulted in tlie  denth of a diver.  way over the side.with his head  completely under water. When  found, a fishing rod was beside  liim, and when pulling' up the  line a trout was on , the end' of  it. ' ���������"  ������' *  .. , '   * ���������  -   The body   was   taken   to T.  Hanks'  undertaking   parlors on  ���������uuuuay~ai iCi ilOOnpawalillig���������iinl-  HiA . arrangements;! since   that  timevMr."..Banks lias got in com  munication with  the  deceased's  mother,'who resides in Nanaimo,  -y-r   "  and upou ..instructions, lhe body  will be shipped"-to"that city for  interment,. by 'Friday morning's  boat,' -'  jvOST���������On Wednesday, June  17th, a silver Maltese Cross, init  ialed I. H. N. ou  the front with  pin on back.   Finder will please  return same to News Office.  The French ministry of marine  is planning to recover 1000 brass  cannon that'Avere lost in a naval  battle iu the English Channel  222 years ago. ���������  gentry, who   appear amongst us  in all manner of guises,  Aud we would suggest to our  energetic constable that ho will  bo ablo to considerably augment  our depleted city treasury, by  watching for these gentry und  procuring a licoitso fee from  them beforo permitting thom to  operate in our midst.  Mr,  Jerry McGill,  represent  ing Mahler & Co,, is in   town  on business,  Robert Dolman appeared on  Tuesday before Magistrate Hickle,  charged with being drunk and  disorderly on Diuismuir avenue. He was1 fined Sao and  costs or 30 days. The fine was  'paid.  ���������Dr. D. R. Kerr, dentist, will  be in Cumberland July 15 to 25  Appointments may be-made before Arrival at Peacey's Drug  Store.  See inir Indies' Parasols ,iu, 11  variety of colors and choice 'quality.    Prices gsJ.OO,.-M.OO. .$5.50  Chiklieii's Parasols' at $1.00 -  Summer  Beverages���������  Stowet's   Linio Juice  Coiditil,  ,quart, bottles���������this is lho sweetuu-"  ed preparation ���������45c.'  .   Stower's'   Unswoetoned     Limn  Juice, quarts���������Ioc.  ���������   Columbia   Drnnd   Litne J nict^  qiiiirts���������ilOc. '  -..Raspberry Vinegar, pints���������50c  AVoh-irsX-Jrape .111 icv, pts���������10c.  Welch's (Jrape Juico, qts.���������75c.  ,,Naiiol and   Hig-Wl:eel   Lemon-  'ado iu tins���������25o.  'ersiau Sherbet���������25c.  Seasonable- Fruits  Always in Stock  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone 10 ,?     P. O. Box ioo  I ctottSS^tfll&fl*^^  pl'i/VO    ii  Tlio Duiuiuioii (iovorir  Mr. Al. Dnvls, representing:  Phillip'Gable ���������& Co., niauufactu-  rers of the eelobraled Kutei prise  Cigar, jS'anninio, was'in town  this week,  All*'*. l-Ved I pfloy arrived home  from a month's visit to relatives  iu Seattle.  Mrs, Harry Shepherd, of Nie-  ollStreet, Nanaimo, is visiting  this City, nnd is the guest of  Mrn, Ghas. Segrnve,"Penrith Av  eime.  Nanaimo, June 22.���������-While  not officially made public it is  staled on reliable authority that the miners of Vancouver Island, on strike for over  a year, have voted by a major**  it.v of over 1350 to continue  the industrial struggle. The  action of lhe strikers iu voting  by so largo a majority to continue the fight is told   by   oue  ol the meii high in the couir  "els of th** "trilv-v*" to ho lv *���������  cau.se the men feel confident  that the iiitemalionnr orgamV  ation will soon stop paying it'1  lief money, aud are anxious  fov the men to call the strike  oft, which action oil the part ol  tho men woiild enable the U,  M. -W- of A. to let itsell down  easy,' and -say it had paid relief as long as the strike continued.  Although    having   voted    to  coii'iuue the  strike   a big mu-  jority of strikers feel confident  that word will be, received from  Indianapolis to the effect that  relief money has been stopped,  in which case, the strike will at  ouce collapse, as0 the strikers  will feel that they have bi*en  finally turned down by the Iu-  lernatioual organization, and  find it impossible to further  continue the snuggle without  outside financial assistance.  The above statement is de-  uied by Robert . Foster in the  Daily Labor Telegram.  Don't Buy  Prom Outsiders  Now that the camps are open  and the pay roll will'be circulat  ing iu the district, we may look  forward to a large influx of gentry with s'ock of all kinds aud  get-rich schemes to sell. The  Comox people should be pretty  well' educated by this time, and  should buy nothing from outside  peddlers. If their schemes wen:  any good ihey could find plenty  of monoy near home to finance  them. If you have any money  to invest put it into something;  right at home.   There is not  a  compare with this. Keep, yonr  money here and try and induce  others to come here and, build  up the district and "enjoy, the  prosperity that is going.���������Court  enay Review,  "Poto" piotnises his patrons  something that has uo comparison iu the moving picture features for the week-end at the  City II.'l'l Theatre.  ��������� Don't miss  tlk'Ul.  Parker Williams says, that he  '���������will pay Poster lour bits a minute, if he will ineel him on the  public platform and discuss pro-  district in the whole of 11. O. to,vil1tfil11 JSiil'L''s-"  Wc Afe Just As  Par-tiealar*   .'. .  Hi iiiiniii ���������_; ilu- J.in it, wf Ciili'j.-  iieii'n Cl'iiliilig lhat ynu du  not m'0��������� -nt nil un- in mnking  i tlnr*'j011 i!o,  'I ii;ii'.- llie it.'imui why  Ca mpfcell's C.'cthir c  Stands All Kinds of  j-Jafd Wear*-, booking Well at the end of,it.  Suits Mado to  Measure . . . .  CAMPBELLS  /ii;. -.' A til Z?t H H iCT&fi-V t'.fSnr&ir&X' -.  *.-1.rfL^.T*wv.^-^  u=***rf9awM-L^*t*+*������.,  -*---*,r>i-i-->>-*-*������r^!wft  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C  -f  A Debt  Discharged  smiitd    nl  lier  ��������� whatever   -consequences  be to liis treachery. **  you  told  me,"    he  said  his  eyes-reading the verdict in his  as well of mc as  a  tilt  carriage  -you ns  Edgar  Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Melbourne and ~  (CJoiiltiiuc-d)  "Wo haw got an hour to spare,"  lio said. "All your boxus aro al the  station, are tlioy not"  She nodded.    He  loudly.  "1 nm goin., lo cull you Verity; do  you mind?''  "I wo-'ld ri-llior you did." slip said.  Wi-nt worth Cold "was an Interested  lisieruT. It was very extraordinary,  he thought; like, tlio girl, he was impressed by the unreality of the thing.  J lore were these two pcoplr, bound  (ogo'her for life; the man a millionaire, Uie Khi well outside his sociul  radius. They were talliing like people1 who had only recently been in-'  treduced and had little more than the  bonds of aoii'.iaintninTShip to hold  them together, lie wondered how  long Uie courtship, if courtship there  had been, hn ' lusted, lie. found himself speculating upon her trosscnu;  how could she have got it 'together  unless there had been al least an understanding between Uiem. Whatever  uncertain!i< s existed  thoy wore disru.lied  words.  "Ton  can  ;yet all  your    thin  Paris," he *;aid.  1   "I .shall -not want  replied quietly.  Coins: ck Bell looked at. his watch  and laughed, and the girl smiled sympathetically. *  "We've got nothing to do for on  hour," he said, "let us go into the  park;  will you come, Gold?"  Wontworlh Gold was noi. a society  man, and knew little nbout marriage  anil,.the giving in marriage. He was  not, oven domestic; he had reached  T.he stage of bachclordom when matrimony was represented to his mind by  mysterious conferences between, hus-  1 band and wife as to what they should  have for dinner. But he knew* that by  rill convention,,he ought now to make  his adieu anc. l������.vc the happy couple  to their own devices.  Ilo. had invented a ficticious engagement and was, on the point of  expressing his regret that he could  no' longer enjoy the pleasure of their  companionship when Bell- made the  lis unnecessary, or. at least fortuitous.  'Wo want you to-see 'us off," he  said, "if you can be bored for another hour, Verity and 1 will be very  glad."  A ��������� t Q.v.i rin -inii n/1 Lham f r>      P r*P'(M*������ \ i.   ��������� m A.  VUAl **, ������������ l*-JVT\l VIIVIU ww l.*vn������������ l#"  upon that point,  by  Bell's .  next  in  verv much," sho  -iny.ujn.l     I I. QUI   Park, .md they'walked by the side  of the ornamental waters talliing of  eveiything except Bell's immediate'  plans. As the time grew ���������nearer his  departure lie iidgelted and was distrait.  Suddc.ily. without any warning, he  turned to Gold.  "I suppose," ho asked, "that Holder lias told you that 1 have betrayed  this man Wil'efts."  Geld was lakcTK-fiback; he (lid not  know how Bell could havo mado the  discovery.  "He did toll mo something of the  ���������sort," ho admitted, "I do not, how-  over, plnco nny great reliance* upon  what ]Joker has told me."  i'.Yoti can in this case," said Bell  quietly. ,'"I betrayed WiileUs, and I  hnd good reason for doing soJ"  "Hf-.s he ucoi*. arrested?" askod  Gold.  "Not yet," said the other. "I havo  nrrangul that it should not, take place  till 1 was out, of EriRlaivl."  It seemed a heartless thing tc say,  an unexpected confession fi'jin a man  or Bell's principles. Gold admitted to  himself a souse of tilt appointment.  Tliero was something unclean ia I his  nehomo of Un millionaire's; to betray a man, with whatever object,  und then to silp out of the country to  In Several Places, Blister Raised  Up, Swollen and Scaly, Hair Fell,  Out, Cuticura Soap and Ointment  Cured in Four Weeks,  I,ern<\ Qua.���������-"My llltlo noii, nKcil iilnc  j'O'irH, wiih iillllrted with rliii'worm in hovithI  -*Iii<'**n nbout, hln hoiid. Tlm rlniswoi'iii beiuin  ���������villi a taw plinplcii nud-tiM it riw woriiii Jt  wiui ono dnrlc eolurcil bltsicr nil.swl up uud  mvi'IIi-iI, Jt waa Iilnct of r-r.ily. Tlio worst  placo vos behind lilsrlKliM-iir. K wun about,  tho nlKf- of a liltvci' dollur, durlc nnd nwdliid,  lho ivonit kind I ovor eaw, Jt. ui-cd to pain  bo lio roulil not rest. It, loolcod v������ry budly,  IJIn Jndr fell out Rraduully,  " J'lnally I Bent for u sumptn of Ciilli'iim  Roup and Oiiilnii'iit. I used (o tulio mul  liot wntrir nnd tho Cuticura Soup nnd that  iinotl lo cloiin It ofT. Then I would imt lho  ihillfitirn Ointment on thn alfoctod pnrf,  Tlifiro wan pun In tlio Korcn and tho Oiitlotirii  Ointment ,lrow Unit out and liralcd at tho  ���������mnn lime. Wo iw (ho (hitlRiiru, Soup imd  Oiiuiiiciio wn) Miy K'JU'i bo l niit uomo  mori' and H v;:ii fi,",r tyc*':- j*\.m thr tl,-j*u  I atarlnd ti-ihut tho Outloura $oitp ond filid-  mont till ho wan onmplctoly curod,"  (Signed) Mrs, Thus, lluuli-y, Mny 20, 11)13,  FOR RFO, ROUGH HANDS  Cliappwl and blcodln** liar.ds, yrlth |to)i������  Inifi Inirnlnir palm*, shapflwi-i nulln and pain-  ful nnpor-oudi-, a ono-iil|*lil OiiUcnra. trout-  mont works wondrn**. Foak hunftn, nn  rcllrlDK, tn hot water and Cullcuta .Soup,  Dry, anoint tilth Cuticura Olutmont ond  treat old, mono nlovo* ilurln*,' tlio nlt-hf,  Cuticura Soap ond Ointment cold ovory*  "���������heft*. Forlllwrul ftco iwmplo ofcv.li, with  02-p. IjooV, lend poit-canl to roO/r l)r\i��������� it  phem. Corp., Uopt. D, Boitou, U, 8, A.  to    escape  there might  "I'm glad  coldly.  Comstock  Bell loolted  at him,  sruvc  f:ice.  "You must thinl'  you can," he said/  They reached Victori  had been reserved for  couple.  "An revoir!'1 snid Gold, holding out  his hand'.  .  Hell grasped it firmly.  *   "Wo shall meet again?"  "I hope so," Raid Bell. His manner  was "absent, he was. so evidently  thinking* of something el^e that Gold  was a little irritated. He. stole, a  "���������.lance, at the bride of thb .day; it was  difficult to tell, such was her wonderful complexion, whether or not she  was pule, He thought slie was a little: there were dark lines under her  eye--* whicli suggested she lnuU, not  slept well.  lie shook hands witli her, said the  thin*.*; that might he expected'ot the  best man tnkiiiK fn rowel 1 of a bridal  collide, and he. stood on tho platform  till the trail, was out of sight.  "An e>.ira<u'diuary marriage," he  said.  lie turned', left. Iho station, and almost ran  into Helder, who also had  been a spectator.  Clold c'yed him disapprovingly.  "If 1 did not know," he said coldly, "lhat you were a most honorable  aud inoffensive man"���������ho spoke with  great, deliberation and wiih offence in  every word���������"I  should  say that you  had been following us."  The other smiled.  "You would be saying whal is  true," he said,, frankly. "[ have heen  watching you. I am as interested in  the marriage of Comstock Beli as you  are, and I tell you' candidly���������you can  believe mc or not as you like���������that I  do not know why I am interested."  "You surprise me," said Gold drily.  "Your type cf man, I should imagine,  never did anything unless ho had a  very good reason for doing it."  *  lie'idor laughed.  "This conduct of mine * can be  classed ns exceptional," lie said.  . He would have walked with Gold  wherever the latter ivns inclined to  go. but the Embassy detective mado  it clear that he wished to he alone.*  For that reason he avoided the club,  knowing thnt Holder would be there;  for that reason he busied himself  with some arrears of work and the  preparation of a .report for the Treasury at "\Yasington.  He came, down ,to the club to dine,  and found' two telegrams awaiting  him. They were both from Bell; one  had been handed ii: at-Dover and was  a ielegram of thanks for 'his kindness. Tiie second was from Calais',  and the hour of handing in was three  o'clock. The message was a curious  one. It'ran: "Will you seecmy man  Parker tomorrow���������I have given him  a holiday today���������and ask" him to for-  *w anl-Til y~ ie tte r sf '���������: " "  Gold put the telegram down.' Why  had he not wired direct to Parker?  And how came it that such a methodical man as Bell had forgot ton ro  instruct his servarfs before his departure?    He smiled.  "1 suppose," ho said to himself,  "tliat when young people get married  such little thing:; as rc-addressing letters escape their attention.'!.  He made a note in his pocket-hook  to fullil lho commission, nnd finished his dinner at leisure. Ho had letters to read which had been forwarded lo him from tho Embassy, and  they were not. pleasant letters, lie  read them philosophically, re-folded  tliem, and put them in his pocket.:  At'nuothor Uihlo Helder sat, o.itcn-'  talioiisly .examining ��������� an evening  paper. Gold' shrewdly surmised that  the paper was only a blind. ' Wh. t  was llclder's object? Ilo was not a  sort of man to TVufue time in tho pursuits of satisfying an idlo curiosity.  Gold determined to find out. He  crossed  ovor.  "I am going for a stroll," he said,  "will you como, too?"  'With pleasure," said lho other,  and, ror.e with alacrity.  Vt'hurt occurred to Gold that lrohad  an engagement the following day. and  ho would probably be unablo to soo  Piiri.-er. Ilo took nn envelope from  fho writing room, slipped tlio telegram into it, and liddroHBod it to tho  in tin. It was an excuse fnr a walk;  he would Ko tn (".'adognii 8'iunro anil  drop t!m U-l.tcr in the bo-*;.  The. Iwo men loft tho club together,  "Now, T want to ask you a. Mmight,  question." Hald Gold, "ajid I want u  hlrnit'ht aiiKwor."  "Tliat sounds .formidable," snid  Helder: "Imt I will ondoavor to oblige  you, What Is Jt you -aIrIi io know?"  Gold nodded, "Why do the movement h of ("onis-dock Hell Interest, you  so keenly V" lio asked.  "All people interest nio," suld  Hi'ldev,  "But not to Ihn fx'teiil. of wasting  yonr timo, If J know tuiyVliliig nbout  you," said Gold, "Thorn In Homolhlng  moro in your iiileresi. in Comsioek  Boll  tliun nin.ilH Uio eye."  They   wii.llif.il  n   llltlo  wny  In   sib  ciice:  then Holder fipitlin nrtuolimUy.  "You nro u friend ol liln, and 1 do  "Greasers''cand "Gringos"' ,  When an American Terms a'Mexican a "greaser" tho .Mexican retorts  with"equal truth that the American  is a "gringo." Thus are honors easy  and (he scales of international comity nicely balanced * '  "Whence these titles come is only  partly clear Thero is nothing, suggestive of grease about tlit Mexican.  On the other hand, he hold.-! (ho Yankee "pte" in, low esteem, and a pig is  i-reasy. sure enough.  Americans unconsciously fabricated the title cf "grini-6." At the time  of war with Mexico there was a popular song "iu which occurred the  phrase "Green, grow the vushe;*. oh!"  lt occurred with frequency. Sitting  iiliout their cainpfires, the invaders  impressed ihn Ctistilian .listeners, al-  Uiough they failed lo grasp the sen-  linu'iit. By easy adaptation "green  grow" became *'gringo" and, attaching ltseir to a personality not particularly iiked then, to this day implies n slur tliat. fairly offsets the impolite "greaser."  All of which, pcrhnps of .little Importance, is history.���������New York Sun.  Being Awake.  Moral reform and Improvement are  tlie effort to Hi row of; sleep. Why is it  that men give so poor an account of  their day if they have not been slumbering'.'' A. they had not been overcome with drowsiness, they would  havo performed something. The millions are awake enough for physical  labor; but only one in a'million is  awake'enough for effective intellectual exertion, onl, ono in a hundred  million to a poetic or divine life. To  be awake is to he alive, lhavo never  yet met a man who was finite awake,  ilow could I have looked him in*the  face?���������Tlioreau.  pRlSIDtNf  tYym^M^p'^M^'y  THE  DOUGLAS  FIR  The  is  CANADA'S WATER POWER  Data  , Hancock and . Gwinnett  Probably John Hancock is (lie best  known signer- o. Xho Declaration, of  Independence. That is because,that  patriot was' not ignorant of the value  of advertising. One has to stand  some distance from a framed copy of  tho Declaration to be unable to read  that name, which has passed into our  language as a synonym for "signature." There are many signatories of  the Declaration who aro remembered,  many who are forgotten, but Butten  Gwinnett lingers "in our memory. It is  not altogether easy to imagine a.man  named Button by Lis parents as a  patriot and a man ot influence. His  name was enough to singje him out in  that sober company. But .his fame  rests secure on something else. History takes' accovnt of m-n for various reasons, but Buttori is important because���������he was (.apparently cautious about signing his name. ' His  autographs are nioTe0 valuable today  than Hancock's because so few of  them aro in existence. Perhaps it  was hard work for Button to sign l'is  name.���������American Boy.  Tree With a' Future That  Grown.in British Columbia  There :.ro trees in Canada whos*  commercial importance is clearly on  tho wane. According to ono o������ the  latest bulletins of tbo Dominion For-  eslrj Branch, lhe value of tho white  pine lumLjT, cut in 1912 was ono and  a half million dolhus less than iu  "Mill, Tin? eut of hemlock decreased  thirty per cent, and tamarack, the  lumber production of which has .decreased over forty per cent, in the  ���������last, two years, hid.i mir soon to become commercially extinct. Of the six  leading troc-spceies -in Canada, Doug-  la* fir was the only no whose lumber production increased in V.I12. In  the province of British Columbia  alone, Douglas 11 r formed over l!7,7  per cent, of tho total lumber cut. and  British Columbia is at preesnt by far  the richest timber province iu Can-*  ada, containing, according to some  estimates, one-half the merchantable  timber wealth of the Dominion.  This remarkable' tree attains a  height of over'two hundred* feet with  a trunk ten to twelve feet in diameter,  forming, alone or mixed with hemlock,  great forests extending four hundred  miles north ot the international boundary. Its natural rapge extends in  Canada to the" eastern foot-hills of the.  Rocky Mountains in Alberta, where it  grows to a height of. 130 feet and a  diameter of four feet; and is considered one of tho "most important timber trees on the Dominion Rocky  Mountains Forest Reserve, whicli covers an area of nearly 21,000 square  miles.  It is also widely distributed throughout the western United States, being  able to stand considerable climatic  variation and being practically immune to insects or fungus,.diseases.  Dr. C. S. Sargent, one of the greatest authorities or. American trees describe:- ihe wood as hard, durable and  large.y msec? for all kinds of construction. According to a recent.Dominioi  Forestry "Branch publication on the  "Wood-using Industries of Ontario,"  it is increasing in popularity in. that  province for decorative purposes as  fas an attractive grain and 'figures  BABY'S  "OWN~TABtETS���������  KEEP LITTLE  ONES WELL  "Mothers, if you wish yo-*-*little  ones to bo well, if you wish them to  be bright, active and happy, free trom  colds, worms,, constipation, and the  many other childhootl ailments, give  them Baby's Own Tablets. These  Tablets never fail C make the sickly  child well. Concerning them Mrs.  ���������Alphonse Landry, Upper Caran.net,  N.B., writes: "Baby's Own Tablets  have been of great help to me in keeping my little ones well and I can recommend them to other mothers."  Tho Tablets arc sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 2R contii a box  from Tlie Dr. Williams' .Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont,  *  Being   Collected   by the Com  mission of Conservation  So far as waters' and watcrpowers������  are concernsi, the efforts of the com-'  mission    of conservation have, thus  far, been devoled to tho collection of  information.   To   practice   conservation intelligently, we must, first, know  what wo have to conserve.  When tho commission was established,-) a good deal of information  respecting waterpowers in Canada  was in existence. ��������� but nothing had  been done toward bringing this data  together in tho' form of conciso reports covering teh whole Dominion,  llenco the Hr's'c work of the.commission's committee ' of waters and  walerpowor** was to collect and tabulate-all the"-available data. Jt was  found that tho information relating  to the 'eastern provinces was fairly  complete but was very meagre as to  tho prairlo 'provinces and British Columbia. It was not thought'advisable,  however, to withcld tho information j ^,'j'  respecting Hasten* Canada and tho  report, on '"Wiiterpowers of Canada"  was published In "UU. This publication included th���������> very limited data  then available respecting tho western provinces.  Since. 3911, tho intention'of the  committee has been- concentrated  on obtaining Information rda'iing  to Western Cnnatl.i.' to form the basis  of a. special report on this portion of  tho Dominion. In British Columbia,  lho commission':: walerpowor reconnaissances have been mado in cooperation with the provincial government, and, during tlio last three  years, Held parties havo covcred'-prac-  lically all the province from tho boundary lino to one hundred miles north  of tho Grand Trunk Pacific railway.  The principal rivers of the-northern portion ot the prairie provinces  were covered by reconnaissance surveys by the commission, while1, in the  southern portion of theso provinces  and. in the railway bolt of British  Columbia, the waterpowers and irrigation branches of tho interior department have been active in obtain  ing waterpower data.  A marked advance'1 in systematic  stream measurement has also' taken  placo in "Western. Canada during the  last three years. The British. Columbia department of lands and the  waterpowers and irrigation branches  of the* inferior department have established numerous stations throughout  the ���������western provinces whore regular-  readings are recorded.  Rheumatism Goes Quickly  Its Virus Forever Destroyed  EVERY   CASE   IS   CURABLE-  Good-bj-9 to- Rheumatism''.'   *.  Your aching joints, your stiff,  muscles, those, sleepless  ryeh'i  soro  and  suffering    days���������good-byo    lorever-  your -day is gone.  Suffucr, cheer up, and read th������  good news'below,  ; "A,mau*met nie a mont'.*-. ago, and  sr.ift, .don't -stay crippled, quit com*,  plaining, Kuber up.' My answer was, ���������  'I'm rheumatic, I can't do it' Ho  looked1 me over in a pitying sort of  way and told me to gi to tho nearest  drug store for fcJcrvlHno" and Ferro-  zone. Tho combination had, cured  him, T was convinced, o" his ainuerit-**  and 'allowed his Instructions. I rubbed on Nerviline threo times every  day���������rubbed it right into my aching  joints. Thf pain fiuickly loz.-ened,  1 became more, llmbor* and active. To draw the virus of the discanc-  from my blood I took two Ferrozono  Tablets with-every nioah 1 am well today, not an, ache, not a pain and uo  sign of stiffness fat all."  W'hn't Norvillno can <!o in a caso  like' this it can do for you too. For  nearly forty years Nerviline has been  recommended Tor Rheumatism, Lumbago and Sciatica and Lame Back.  It is the one remedy that never disappoints. ,'-'',  "it  .which readily lends itself to stainiiig."  Douglas'' Iir construction timber is  shipped to all parts of the world.  . * The Douglas Ur has been introduced into Europe with great success  and large, forests have been planted  wliich "are now 'yielding liandsfimo  profits, Germany "and France purchase every year large. Quantities of  seed from tho Indians in British Co-  fiumb"iai * *  Rubbing I' in  '"My dear,"- remarked Jones, who  had just finished reading a book on  "Tho Wonders of Nature," "this really  is a remarkable work: Nature is-marvellous! Stupendous! When I read a  work like this, it makes me think how  puerile, hqw insignificant Is man."  'Huh!" snuffed his better Lair. "A  woman di.osn't havo to wade through  four hundred pager: lo find out the  same thing."  A Narrow'Escape for the'Child  "Hold on!" cried tho proud young  father, as the minister was' about to  proceed. "Before the baby is christened I want to change his name.". -  . "What is tho trouble':" the good  man asked. "Ebenoxer is *��������� a good  name."      '        ' ������������������'  "  ���������-"No matter.   We'll 'calHiim Harold.  I've just, heard that Uncle Ebenezcr;  lho_old fQoJ,Ji&s-_marrLed_a_Jv:omaii,  who is   youug   enough - to ,-bb   his  daughter."  Tragic Sermon on Fresh Air '  The innate corruption and depravity, of human nature were perhaps  never more clearly brought out than  in the historic black hole of Calcutta. That atrocity stands unrivaled as  an instance of tho utmost suffering  humanity can endure, passed through  by a large.number, yet leaving a few  survivors to toll tho tale. Many  moro havo been slain or executed at  one time, death being anticipated. '  but probably only safe keeping of the*  prisoners was intended, and only fear  of breaking a despot's sleep prevented their earlier release. Yet this torture, "unequalled in history or ��������� fiction, whose record cannot., be.read  unmoved after the lapse ."of 150  years," was-produced '.merely by  crowding men together in an ill-ven-  tila ted room, No fires.1 racks nor  scoiiiges weie needed. '-'All that was  dohe or required1 to he done was to  take from, eaeh the amoutn bf air arid  space to which lie'was accustomed,  crushJ. him. info close proximity -with'1  liis fellow's, and the th'ng was accomplished.���������From "A Farmer's Notebook."   .  " Fred���������What kind of follov. is  . Nod���������If you should tell him  seeing  was   believing,   he  look., .  ho?  that  wouldn't  "The Wldo and Winding  Rhine"  "   From  a  guide-book  published    in  Fronkfort-on-tlio-Malii.    tho  following  is taken:,  The Rhino, a boundary stono of tl.o  Gorman history, is the only and solely of its kind.* On its hr.nks ono meets  vestiges of past civilization, we find  there, traces of Hh :ogenoration and of  1 fio modern civilization tf which children wo are. Various impressions  make nri&o i��������� us so mnny different  sensations, so that a profound eiithiis-  iasn. nets pltiee In us. On the ono  hand thn works of tho hand of art,  and on tho other the imposing curiosity nf nature riomr-inn tt'omsolvea on  tho banks of tho Rhine, crowned by  vineyards, lo an admirable hymplionv  in which wo aro touched all occonta  dhuddertug the heart, mil the powerful accords of tho profiundost emotion, Thcr-ifore, one cannot be astonished about it, that tho Uh;'.io has al-  ways given Inspirations to many  poets, to Mi oi i- mofit ci'lohrntfidvorl'B,  and  used  cured  Minard's Liniment Co,, Limited.  1 I was vory sick with Quinsy  thought I .would ' strangle..   I  MINARD'S  LINIMENT and  it  mo at onco.  " I am never without ii now..  Yours gratefully,  MRS. C. D. PKI.VC13  N.".uwigewatik, Oct. 21st.  A Changing Custom  To the1 announcement in the Times  a day or "two ago of the. death of- an  eminent ir.un there was appended the  statement: "His wife and family- will  respect his urgent desire that no out-  wiird sign of mourning'1 should be  worn." Tin praelico of wearing  ������������������nourning has long been slidim** into  disuse, p-tift prohablv the 'next twenty  years will seo it abandoned altogether, at any rato among the wealthier  classes. The poor cling affpefionatc-  "y lo old customs.���������London Times.  Matter of Precedence  "Your name?" asked tho . teacher*  registering a new. pupil.  "Arthur." vv  "And what is your first name?"   '  "Brown."                  -"���������',"?  .."Oh. haven't you got them ���������wron*  I_think_Arthur-niust^-be your first-  named and Brown your family name.  Isn't that riglit?"  Bur. the small pupil waa not pel*-  suaded. * 'A %Jay or two later he announced:  "Teacher,,mother sayj Brown is. my  first-name. She says I got that nam������  when I was bom.aiid she didn't name  me Arthur till three months later!"���������  Everybody's Magazin.e  er  Low} *-li<"  Fanny Crosby,  has just  In the Dark  tlio blind nnng-wrlt'  celebrated  her  Sylvia, supplo and * slender, nnd  Aunt Hollo, bulky and benign, had returned from a shopping tour. Each  had been trying lo buy a ready-ujado  suit.  Who*, (hey returned homo Sylvia  was nulled what success each had in  hor oll'orlfc to ho fitted.. "Well," suld  Sylvia, "I got along pretty well, but  Ann J Hollc in getUng so fntthat about  all she can Ret rmidyounilo in an um-  brellii."���������Youth's Companion,  $100 REWARD, $100  The renders of this paper will' be  pli'iisfd to learn that llifi'o ts al least  ono dreaded disease that solrneo has  bfcii ablo to euro in nil Its stasos, nnd  Hint In Calnrrh. ir.iII'H Catarrh Curo Is  tbo only positive cure now 'known .to  tho liinillenl fraternity. Cntnrrh being n  eonstllutlniml dinoaso. requlirt- n. constitutional trrntnicnt;' Hall's Catarrh Cure  Im taUcn intnrnnlly, actlim directly upon  the blood ai'd mucous surfnees of thu  jivptPin. tlieioby ilcstroylinv tho foundation of the ill.soiisn and kIvIhk tho put-  k'til Htrf-URtli liy building up tho constitution nnd nii.HlKlInK nature in dnlnu Its  work. Tho proprietors hnvo so much  ���������faith In itp curatIvo poworH thnt thov  offer One I iiir.iired liollnvM for nny enso  thnt U fails lo cure. Send for Hut of tes-  tlino-nli"!*". ''*   '  AddrrsH V, J,' CI11W13Y i. CO., Toledo, O. Hold hy nil Di'imglHts, '���������[io.  T.'il-o Hall's Family rills for conoupr..  lion.    ���������  The -.' Pill That Brings Relief.���������  When, nfter ono has partaken of a'  meal he is oppressed by feelings: of  fulness and pafii3 in tho. stomach he  suffer: from dyspepsia,- which wjlt  persist if it he not dealt *v. b. Parmelee's Vcgotahlo Pills are the very  best medicine that can bo taken to  bring relief. Thoso pills ar > .specially  compounded to deal with dyspepsia,  and their sterling qualities in this  respect can bo vouched for by legloua  of users.  only  ninety-  'mirth birfhiliiy iiiiiilverstiry. In all,  nlio has written moro than 0,000  hymns. She lms been blind since  sho vim six .weeks old. Between the  >niirH of IS'IT-M she wnr, n teacher  of UngllKli urniiiiiiiu* and American  history in New York liuitltiito for  tho Hllnil.-New York Timci.  JN. N. V. .1000  not wnnt to annoy you,"  "Vou annoy nie more," mild Hold,  "hy hinting nt things which you re-  ftt.'io lo r.ubstantlatu'."  "Well, 1 will tell you," said Holder,  after another paui-to; "I believe. Com-  .stock Hell is what the English call a  'wrong 'un."  "Is thai all?" asked the oilier drily.  "lr U '.'.**!. r'.iT.r'l1.?"  "The mere fhot. ihnl. yon think he  It 'k 'wrong 'un,' Is not nnoiiRh 1o  coiAlnon nio that ho Is whnt ynu  think he Is,"'paid Oold. "I gucfin If a  man wero convicted on our private  opinion of lilm, tlin JiiIIr of thin llltlo  '���������������������������".'���������n*'''." ������vo!:!'l I,*** .':]!' ���������! wjth *.:!::  i.roinitfl who had offended tiRfiiiitit  what we considered to he good taste,  Have you uodilni? moro BUbfitnnlitil?"  "I tu'.llcvo hn Is buying hiu freedom  ut the cost of another nian'ii," nald  Ui'Idnr r.oloninly.  (Sold sml>d. "I think lho truth in,"  bn wild, "thiii, riell known ooinntliliiK  nbout you tliu'r. you would rnlher ho  didn't, and thut you won't bo happy  iu your mind till you ego Jilnv, out of  tho country,"  <To ho roiillnued"  place aa  reference  In tho west end of London there  aro scores of head wnltr.ru whoso incomes riiu-,'0 from $2,000 to $1,000 u  yonr from tips r.lono,  "SOME H-VE MEAT,  AND GANNA EAT"  How railroads often follow ane.ienl  -Mid ti'ilnviil iv the in jilcliiri-i'ouoly illustrated in that, of tho lino through  tho Biilhiimi. where the Orient Express I'ollfi along, nlmost, the prooiso  route of inarch of the first Crusade ���������  lhat. led hv Chulfi'oy do lioiilllon, Tr. in  thn fact, that this h, tho iintunil nnd  almost the only highway through the  rugged peninsula tlmt malies its poo-  session so coveted.  Verbal  Vajjarlfts'  "Circumsliin'ccn    alter     not  cases, hut words as well."**-  "TCvpinin yourself,,"  "When   lho   enptain   of ni vosso!  nhlps a cook ho hires him, but when  it housowlfo sh'ps her cook sho fires  her,"*���������Boston Transcript  "If yen buy an automobllo bo ourt  and "Ot tho best malco." **  "But ".low am I to know which  the  best?"    '       '   '  "Oh,   nny   of   the advertisements  will to1.! you which lhat ic."  is  "Did Uu- mnn who nttackod you hit  you hotwocn romnrkft?"  "No, ho didn't. ' Ho hit me botwacji  tho' eyes.  One Week Enough  Nora wr.a applying for .'.  conk and when nfikod fov a  proiu-nton the followhiK.  "To whom It. may concern;  "This |r to certify that Nora Foley  luih worked fur nu ti wool; and wu *.re  mUl.'.fleiV*  1. Ill,    llllivvu  TViU.vriy hr.-t jurt ���������������������������implo*������������������-������������������ \\\r Nr't  term at it hoarding nchooi. On *ih������  ovonlntc of hiu roturn homo, wIjMjij"  lo lmprci'ti hiu little sister with the  vastnosH or liis luio'wIcdKO, ho led her  lo a  iniraery  window,  pointed  to o  hJill    illlli   V.tti'i'.  "Yon soo thnt Unlit up there? Well,  It's blKf-ei' thr.n all this world."  "No 'luln'l,'; replied his sister.  "Hut I tell 'you It Is," vein mod the  youthful scholar.  "Thru why in It that, il can't Keep  off the rnin?" wart iho b,ifiling r*!torf  Mars  "Wirflriu* communication will  may ho i-Htfthllnhwl fiome day."  "Wlll it lead to r.nythlng useful?"  "Well,  wo  can    piny    lntorplnnet  \cht-R.s."  So nobby Burui tenely 'lencribet* tin  rich, hut still poor, dyupepUc-. Butthd*  cane is not now io desperate u when  Burns wrote. Por the limn who haa the  food now enn eat without BtifferinK for  it, if he ju������t follows the meal with a  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet.  Thcuc remarkable tablets banish lue  troubiw* ol lhe Juiui.' ujiu;..!.' ths  rmnu who tn bllloui���������llie KtiuV.-icr from  heartburn, Ran on the stomnch or occa.  ���������lonitl indigestion, You can eat hearty  meals of wholesome food���������and dige������t  them,'too-if you take Na-Dru-Co  DyBpepfiU Tnblett*.  C������J������'P*J'-'"������3*-!J'i*)*-:rr,''',C,,,',,,''t,!- ���������"*,,f  probably the best formula known to  medical science, tbey are quick and  certain in their aclion, glvlni; prompt  relief from all forms of ntomach trouble,  toning up and strenctlienitiB the digestive orgausaiidbrlDBing about permanent  et\ti������.' .,,������.���������      ,  A mau Isnoatrongerthanhtoalomach,  |*tt yourielf for your belt work by  taklujr Na-Dru-Co Dy.iperwla Tablets.  50c. at your druggist's.   National ������ru-  1 Chemical Co. of Canada, limited.  Wheat Without. Rain  ,V)r, McDonald, n one of tho London  imperii. Ulls ns tliat In Tlhoileflla thny  are ralsliiK tlnuHiinds of acres of  wheat without a slnRlo'drop nf rr.ln  from fifieil time i.ntll harvest, A warso  problon* Is tho di'slruotloii by locustfl  und other itiH.ietri. Government stu-  lions nro entail I idled to roBlntpj* tho  fllKhlB of tht'Kii IiiBcctB, and tol<*gr;*,.  nil over the country, no that tholr ap-  proueh may be met by vIiik** of poisoned I.TIlSfi,  Oii-i of tho commonest complaint**  of lnfiiiil.fi Ih worms, nnd the most of-  fiiiillvo uppl ion lion for them is Mother  (Iraves' Worm' Exterminator.  /���������         T,.l ".'.'* *'*;'p,.i'*t"i.''*. -"-iM'!: rtt (ipep',Ti!nf*  tho htirbor or Torr.nto nil rtroilfff-n,  pumps nnd oihor machinery will lio  oponitcd oxolusiu'ly hy electricity instead of steam. Three dredRcs will bc  used, tho mallrnt or which will ra-  qulro 1,250 horsepower. Tho lm-  '):")i'Ci.'^!it, -it'Vili-h />������l!itln nn /.vpendl-  iuroVf $10,100,000, will tako llvo years  for its completion.  ami  Montr-r"..  14*  A prominent solicitor received a  fitJddou invitation to spend n. holiday  with a parly of friends In the north  of Scotland. Tho solicitor wns anxious to no, hut didn't Know whether  It was a fiHhlnp or sliootlnR party, ho  ho wirf-d; "I W.U1 litiirt at unco. What  shall I brinK*.'"  In n few hm-ru he ri*i*fli*Pd this reply: "CorkFcr-'wt"    Wo Imvo lho rest,"  The World's  Confidence in  nny article intended to relievo  tho sufferings of humanity is  not lightly won, Thero must  ho continued proof of value.  But for threo generations, nnd  throughout tho world, enduring anrl growing fame and  favor  havo   been   accorded  BEECHAM'S  bocrmre ihey have" proved t������  bo lho hofll- eorro.o.tivft anrl  proventivo of disordered conditions of stomach, liver, kidneys nnd bowels. The first  doso gives quick relief and per-  wan-cut i:������provcr������ici������t follows  their systematic use. A trial  will show whvi in all homos,  the uso of Beecham-s  Pills  Continues  To Increase  M\i aittfwin**; -,  In boifi, 2D c*������li.  Wl lirtttl lit* -tf cir m-Jiri-i.   N* tit Anta]  ���������ciU * tr "*i lit Jlrutitei villi ������-i'-*r an.  ���������51  ���������il  r.  -r  I  MH0^������immm������f^mw ������������������.'���������Wi  NOTICE is hereby given -tint nppli-  c������tien will be mado to tho Suporiutend-  ent of; Provincial Polioe, Victorin. for ft  license io soil liquor, by irholcaala upon  tha premises situjltil on .Cot 6,,Block 15,  CiiMibeilaud Townsite, Cuuiboriand, B. C  ** OfA.LT MUSSAITO.Appliiu'i.t.  Datod this 1st day of Ootober 1913.  .-,  :SM^^jJ^}^^^^i^^lSP-.  COLUMBIA.  NOHOW is htroby given thatou the'firat  day of.D lOiMl^r' next appliodtio.u \rill-**be  made toctho Suporinteadont of iProvicoial  Police, Victoriai-far ibe'ronotral'of. the hotel license to wl] liquors by retail iu tne  hotel known tu tho L ������rnfl'|ioti*������, 'situated at,  Comox, ii, C.      ,' '"a'aowofi' M. Baioow  Dated October 1, 1913.  -NOTICE is hereby giveu lhat on llie  .first day of November 191-, application  will bc made lo the Superintendent of  Provincial I'olic'e, for a renewal of the  wlulc-ale liqu ir license upon lhe ���������irciu-  iscs known as Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson District.  (( I'llilCNKR liUKWlNV,  COMPANY1;  ., 'Dated October 1st, 1913  | NOTIOK is luroby given thiiion the  fir,4 d:iy of December noxt npplii-ution'ii il.  be mndo to the Supc inteiidniit*>.f Provin-  . oial Police, Vietnii, f.irn, rcucnnl of tho  b������tei license to'BullJiiju..ra by i-utnil  iu  tho hotol kiiowu ai the Uuion huli-l, sit-  uuto nt-Uiiiiii, B C.   ,loua N. McLkod  Dnricl the Iflt day of Ocfob-r, 1913 i  *^m*mumatmamin*m *m.*mim**v>a**ua/arw*cmmammwt*M***nmmMaaamn  NOTICE is hoivby -jiv-ii' that" on Uw  first day of I) comber next, apjiltoatou will  be undo to ihuSuporiutoudout of P'oviueial  l'olice, Victoria, for,the reuowal uf the ho-,  tel licouse to sell liquors by retail iu tiie'  hitel known as tho ltvi-raido hotel, situitec  at Courtouay, B. C." 0. H, Fkchnkh  Dited Ootober. 1, 1013.   .    '  NOTICE i** aoreby tfivou that - ou tho  .���������first d*y of December next application v. ill  he made to the Snpbri 11t1m-le.1t ������'f*Pr������ivin-  cial Polico,.Vivtoriii, for the ronewul of the  hotel tioonae to a. 11 liqnor** by rotailin tht  hot"l know*, as tho Wilson-hotel, situatod  at UnicHi Bay 15.0.  ,.',���������<*. Ai.vrku Bai'kr Honaa  Dntod'Ootoboi 1, 1913.  NOTICE is hereby given . tout, on tin  first diiy of Docembor iust application will  be ihado to thb'Su-ieriiitendont'of .Provincial Police, Victoria, for the renewal of tin  boul liceiuo'tQ.soll li<iuori3 by retail ih Un*  ' bo-el kn-JA-n as th- UTolsOti hotel, aitu ���������.'{*���������'.  at U'iiiga Bay, B.O... ,'* John Fiuszn.-j  Dated Ootolier.1st," 1913.   ,  ^l^GaLnTeflaj^HT5tc]'  Kviry convummir-o. for������u6ste.  Tho Contial Hoti-l for Sportsmen  None'but lhe Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar, .*.,.','  RATES.; ..* ��������� ;REASONABLE    ���������'���������'  John'doHnston;,, Prop  -*S������gVC&'Syg'^.fc������**tawatf^'j.voarea,.������c������-Mtm wwwww  --������������������.>i.  tl 3 ������'!  1 * '��������������� 5  fo in  of British Columbia,, Ltd,  ������������������/ THE S. S. COWICHAN   WILL SAIL AS (LNDElt  Comox���������Union Bav���������Nanaimo���������Yancouvkk���������Routr  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. in  Tuesday 11 p, 111.  Leaves Union Hay, Sunday, 5 p. in Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For De'tmmu Island, Nauaimo and "Vancouver.  RETURN INC?���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday,  For Nanauiio? Union: Ray and Comox.  ���������"*���������*��������� '  .- Subject to change without notice,  Spin  111 on  jr.  N.  ft  McLEOD  1 PEOPSIEXor'..'  "      *-. ...���������'*. h    ���������      y;   ���������  . EngUsh 4 x BURTON always on tap , also, tho famous MILWAUKEE  BKEIW���������At-houser, Uubemiau, Sohltz, &c. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WUISK.Y,        "Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  ..Tbo Hoarding and Lodging Department, under tho uniuediato superintendence  will bo toui.d FirBtclasa iu every -respect.;;.  uaL  I'fiWH-tirfi  - *% JS ��������� ���������  - CANCELLATION OF IlE-  ' SERVE.   '  NOTICE IS-HERKllY GIVEN thai  lhe reserve, the notice of \\hu-li appear-'  ed in the li, C, Gazelle on ihe. 27th il.iy  of December, 19^7, is cancelled 111 so fur  ;ts/it relates to tlie following pnftels of  !and:-tl*e W. 1 2,.oftheS. K. i-^, the  S. W. 1 -4 and the S. J.������ cif the N.' \V.  1-411 est of ihe river in Scciion q; lhe S.  K. 1-4; the S. K. 1.4 of. the S. W��������� 1-4  ���������iiul the N. li 1-4 in Scciion 5: the S.  1-J of ihcS. K. 1 4 in Section ti; the S li.  1-4, ihcS. W. 14 iuul ihe K. i-a of the  N. li 1,-4 iii Scciion 16, and lhe li. 1-2  ol'lhe'S. li 1-4 aud N. i-i! in Scciioifai,  all In 'I'ow'nslup ;*, S.iywaui Disuict, and  lhe N. Ji. 1 4 of tlie N. li. 1-4 in Suction 32;'ihc,NJi 1-4 of ihe S \V 1 4 and  the N W 1-4 aiulN I-: of the N li i-a in  St-ction 3J; tiie N 1-2 of ilie.N W 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N li 1-4 in Sei.tion  34; and the S 1-2 and N \V -1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  S.iyward District.'  The said lands will he open forciury by  pre-emption bn .Monday, tlie iSth day of  May,at lhe hour of 9 o'clock in lhe fore-  njoa; all npplicatjons lo be made at the  oflicc of ihe-Government Aj-ent, Vancouver. Ko I're-enipiion Record shall  include more tiian 40 acres of land e*s-  cept in cases -vhere it is desirable to include small fractional portions J of legal  Subdivisions; information iu which con'  flection may be obtained, from plans on  view at ihe above mentioned Agency.  ' R. A. RLiN'w'lCK  - Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands .Deparlmcnt,   V'nyioria, U.   C*,  February nth-1914.  RATES f  !-������i.oo per day and Up  -ass^^sir^BSBassaBa.^^^  for tf-avd&n fxad /arm ore best  for B.C.soiJ. S60 C������italo|ju<������ foi  solid rfu-ouf-antec of purity  ancli*������ori*ainatioii .  Send now for Copy freo  Sutton'i Sonsjho Kind's SMctoswv  T^ioclirjj' ������jnj-'l-antl   .  A i J, W oodwetrd  Vie(-oriQ     CV      Vancouver  tii rartar,       r  <j,e7CranvllloSK  SOLE AtHNYXfOK DRITISN COLUMBIA  o . 1 - .*���������  "���������- Better,  Cheaper Than Most,.Dairy; Feeds ,-.,���������  Vancouver Milling &'Gram-Company, Ltd.  Distributors ;'       N:\NAIMOi 15/0." '������������������  KKCEIPT8  Gov't grant lb City.... ������5037 95  Gov't grant to Camp;..  10l)B 2o,  High School fi������s......   . 370 00  SiJ������eial Gov'l grant... / 2500 00  Pnii! by "City  of  On,:������-'  borlaiid   Total Receipts.  .  3410 70  3ia303 06'J  OLD NEWSPAPERS TOR  SALE- AT THIS. OFFICE j&0  * o-uMi imv*mmQ*rm\*M  DouH;.1 iforget   to   place" your  Is'o������t order:for printing1 with us.  [fc^V'-fJ*������''*V-^  o!h tarbell'"  NdtlCE  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  HIGH GRADE  Ami '������" KITCHEN .".UTIINSILS  Sportsmens Goods  nnd  General Hardware  is^^iim^1^>***(V1^^**^'^^  ' *  Wood's rho������]?lxoflinOj  TU Qrtiil  KtiQllHh  JfrmcAii,  Timofl und JnvliroBitoiiUw wholo  jwtvoho ryutini,  iimK-iii _n������w       ���������jlloixlln OldVoliin. UjirtaAm-  oui iMtUUu, Mental awl Jini1nnotii/,licr  jk);i������.wuv)/, bexiitdWeaktit'M, ,^������^uTaS'1V^  mntarrh'rti,(imtKfftettaf J\lmnr.oo Kxef.-im  "'Every   conveyhrice   from    the,..  , Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo Rlw ay;:.  Company,   not   already registered,; ."  should bc lodged in the Land Re-; ��������� *  ,,gisti;y.  Office   before   May '���������3,1st* ���������  ������������������-riextj;- pifrsuant-tovthe Land Regis..'  try'Act Amendment Act*  1914."  '      L. H. SOLLY,  Land Agent  l.IQU.Otl AOT J310. ��������� ,  Section 42/  ;'NOTICE''Li -horeby -given *,llial  one .moiilh .. . ffoin ' dale,  application will be .'nade toj the  'Su^erinlelKlern^{Tpl^intiial'~^r  ice. for a license for'the sale of  liquor by wholesale in arid upon  lhe premises ait lalcdin ibe town  of Courtenay, -13. C, known aric'  desciibcd us'Lois -30.a'nd 81,,'Sec-  iionjlil. ,n  Da led this JotK day of "April,  191*1.   ���������' '     ; .*  *  UNION BREWING- COMPANY  l-Ki*'  Conrad Ruilel,  Api'dieanl  -EXPENDITURE  Twielitsrs1 ��������� salaries ..... $7925 00  Janitor-   SchvungtV.   Tolegi'unis", tolopli'om*.,  A, Mux well! liiuila"o...  't n  lJottuv  &   Ivirkbi'ide..  liiu'lao-e , *..  T.' L), .McLean, stationery  aiid I't-jmii's..  A. 11. Pcncey,   station-  oi'v nnd books., ..  Isliuuler, printing   News ���������'       ....  C. 11. Tarbell, supplies  and labor   Dr. (i.K.MiicNiUig-hlon  inwiiicai lUi-jieetion  Thomson Stationery Co  books ;  Freo Text Book  OfHco.  books ���������   J. J . Donegal!,   Trus-'  tees. Association.  Daily ''Province.,'" adv'g  Seu'yls salary 12- mos  Newbiiry & Ashley,In-.  snraneej new school  PostagH   and , statioii-  ' cr), 12 inosJ. ....  Win. Potter, labor.'...  D.  Kilpati-iek, . coal..  hauling..'   Cv.C. (D.)Lim,ited, coal  S. Leiser & Cu., chalk  ������liibat*i, clock ...',....  IIiiyman������feMcl{ae,towl'8  T. K.-.Pate, hose, glass  ' sundries1..-   G��������� Dowries, books..;',  "f 7h~\V,    N u n n s,   w iTfeF7   !  31:   00  1 5 "oZ  .010' 00  30 00  ������5 00  ,1*1- 00  ���������13 50  4 00  03 lo  M- 00  40 00  , -14 Do  112 oO  2'd 20  25 00  10 00  ' '2 70  GO 00  Jl 1:5   00  10 00  38' 5Q  ������22 50  127 50  1 00  0 50  12.25  7 71  OVER 6S YEARS'  s^ff* Tr,ADE!M.*j������3'  .... . ~     Copyrighva &c.x  Anynnn iioadli;'- ft sliftolwMtd dwcr-h^Uon rm}-  qi������*oUy jwcertAlii out op*iulon froo iHi^fiir iui  luToniiou l������ iTonniilv pftionniW-i. = Cw.ujiinilftv  tiosismil-jtiycciiiiiiioiiiuij. Hi*-)0SO0K o-vi'>u<.-ita  *i������������. (rsj. Olden tun-Dry fo**Ttouiri,i)r r-tti.--ia*-.  . l*i!Xout8 tukou tliriiUiJi lutn JL Co. rt>������4?������  iptcUil notlrt, wlthoa& cbia-gii, lu tho  SAttifieiiiBerKiw;-'.  A liacilsoaioly Ulijetratt'.l wouilr. ��������� I*-,.^^t dr-  milMlon t}t auy noleiiUUn Joivn**!.   Tutrjt i������c  all npwjiii'rtSeu.      '.-.'���������  Iiiil St Cc.363'8���������^*'Bsw Vork  Jlmacli ytUco, U2-5 V 8U Wtslift-^'isi. D. 0,  NOTICE TO CUICI KACTOKS  No. a Mink S(.hooi..  SMALKI)   TvKNOKRS,  suporsciibed  '���������Tender for Nn.* 8   Mint*  Sdiool,"  .ull he roicivOii liy llie   ll.onour'dble  llu:  M"iiisUT,pl' Public Vs'iirl-i up In tuio-rt oi*.  riifsiiay,  lhe i^ihcliyof Mny 1914 for  ihe  ereciioii  and  i"3ini;!c'i:!,i  of 11 *'���������������!��������� -.  vomit school-house :��������� t��������� N*.*  I'* M:;i-,     .::ii- .  hoi'Imtd, in 7<;c f-coitj** Kls::tci:a! liiiti'ci.'  I'i.ins,   s.pt'.'i'io.'ili'n.\ 1".*riti,i> ���������.   . :uivl  f irnib j-: icniJcr may be ictn 011 -iu, af-_,  i-i-      !hc        1st   o' diiy       of      ,;*J'*.*V  1 y 1 4,.-       a't        .die      'o.fn c 0      u f  Mr. J.Haini, Clovcrniric'iJl A'^ciu;   Vuin-  biirlaud, B;   (-..;   Mr.   A.   j.  SUW'"-"liv*i;',''-'  Scciciaiy of ihe School-.Uoai'i.1,  CumK'r-  Innil;   li.yjtl.;   and   llie Dep.uiirefti" of  I'alilk \S'mks, Vicioii.i       ' i-   "    "  -. liy  application   10 'die' undcrii^.f-jd,.  -."'jutraciors- iii'a'y ol>Ui;'n' ii" copy of lhe"  phins nnd specil'iciili'.i'tis for ihe ������m cf *  lei dollars (.$10), wliidi'������il! tie  vefundcu  ���������in reiuiiu'tKi'sjiiie m mood ordor.  l������ncli' proposal  mini be nccoitipi.iiicrf '  hy an dcc'cpled   b-mk clic^uc.or   "C-.!r;jf;-  'cale ofdeposii ������n .*.  chinerc-d .Uuii:',cf  Caiuida, in.uie pny.ib!c,'..io.' 1J1O -'Hono'm-,'.'  .bid llu; M'niislcr of J'ubho.Wcits, for-'V  ui..  eip'.ai ui 10  ifi' c"e.iH nf-'.hc,t*;n(!fr,':'  .���������.hicli bluti be- fiirfeiiecl'jfihc'pai'iy.ien-*  denny decline   ic   tiiiei"'ipto .opjn'ract  ������'he'n called upon lo, do1 so, or if he j.oi  o c.nnipicic'-ihc ��������� im'I'!* <;<*n.'i;ticied   f������i;.*  J_ltiijLli{^ika-UL4^ilJiIi:.ues  of deposit of;  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Scciion -12.  NOTICK is hoieby given., that,  on ihe 1st day of Deocinber next*,  application, will bo mude lo the  Siiporh'.'.OBcU'nt of Pnivincinl Polico for ronewal of lhe hotel licence  to Bell liquor by retail in tho hole1  known na too Mulaspiim Hot**.l-  i-i.uato iilLi'intl, in tho Province of  British Columbia.  I) a toil this Sth day of Oclobftr,  1013.  PIIKI) TII UUN  Applinanl  imm.M.mirmrwa&BiaarM  ma������MiiMtiMiiaxM.Mi>i;imtmi*muiMAi-sv&J&iisx������*v*irrM\%m3rf*m  imflti't jtrr.-. ..������������������"��������� ���������  tfornwrlv IvinAm)  Torcntoi Ont  NOTIOK  *.']���������  f  Sumnwir monlb arc BOVRIL  monilti. ��������� A cup of BOVRIL  ���������Witli it Imc.iiit rivci &11  riccc������������ary nutriment when  meal is not rdiihed.  fry a tittle BOVRIL m your  canned metli.1  wS^SEsa  Any I'ur&o'u or porsoHB, cutting,  riMiiuvin^ or taking uny blncki*,  timbor or wood, of any dwei'tptio'ln  )olonging to tlui "NVellingloii. Col-  ilory Co\v., or from or off tlio land  of tho Riuid Company, 01 anyone  tipping rubbish of nny dofiflription  nnv'.vV.cro \\fvu\ t-lio "n'-'ip'tn*,'''1  hud will bu prwit'iiteil lo tin- full  oxtont of tbo law,  ' J. II, LOOKAItl),  (ienoml jMuna^cr,  Colliery Oo,y.  12 uies...........  lioyston r Mill,  liunbei*  High school pupil:1, six  day's   teaching,'..  School keys'. ...���������..-...;.'  ���������Washing 'towels  .*,; .'.  Special grunt expenditure, Chi'rI-&Sti'\v������irt  Co, Ltd. furniture, -.  A. MoKinnoli, furu'tro  Septic tank   Repairs  In old  school  Maps .'.,������������������������������������������������������  Labor putting   iu   uo.w  desks,  l������������f������    t    I    ID  12 OQ  1' B0  0 OO'  ,1150.01  " 200 00  275 00  ..SOO 00  -15 00  1.00 00  Total expendil. 1913   512302 0(i  High school fees due $3-I 00 ���������  Jicspeeifnlly  subinittcd.  THOMAS H. CAlUiY;  ��������� Seen.'tai'y.  IJonrd of School Trustees, (.'.inn-  boi'land, I). C, J������������. 8, 101*  1 hereby certify thai J have ex-  iinsiiares-uil lendcicrs will   be  nuumed  Ui   ilicn   upon   lhe   t-Ncaiiifp.n   of' lhe*'  eiMUriia.        a  y  .'TL'i'.i'crs'will not -lie-considered unltxi  n-iij'i'out on ll:'*' f.J.'in*'. "*iipp(icd,isi^n<,������fil"  .���������.it'll ihe .-iciual. siynattire',af ihe H-mler-  .ir .'iiul. cnclo'jcd ir.- ibe cnvc-lnpi.-!-. fuiii-  islti'd *   . ,     ��������� *'..:''  The'lon'csi or .my iciulcr uoi'Vietessar  uy ncreptbd. -  ' J.'K. GUlFFITli.  . Deputy Mini-.-.tcr iuul J'n'ul'c W-mk?  Eiijj'.iicor; i)t.'p:ii*(ir.eiit cf l'lililii- Works,  V'iciorip., 15. C, A|)i*iI-"2S, 1914.  niyO       ,*' ,,   '��������� niyj6  >aajim**ti.i*M,-*m.taxiMiF**t<it*r't''*a >m***i  /3  .-MADE fiN'aa/\D^  '-5 s������\  MM  if*  : i M m$  NOTICE.  Riillug on locomolivflH and   rail  my caw.of'''Uio  Union  Oblliory  Company by any pcruon  or  por-  Doni"���������*except lain crow���������U ulrictly  proWHtwl.    KmployocB  r.re sub-  Inc to dtBrnlnBal for allowing tarn-  Hv order  "J. R.. LOCKARD,  Genera) Maun  .''A  r������ ���������  IN TUMI COUNTY   COUUTf.OK  NANAIMOJIOLD10N AT  '    CUM HiC It LAND  IN  TIIK   MATTEIt   of Tlioiuan  Smith, di'COiiHC',1, ititn-*tiito< who  died iu Nelson  Distiict on April  aciih 11 .  AND  IN TIIK M ATTIC ft. of ibo-'Oflb-lttl  AdininictratnrB Act "  TAKK NOTIOK lhat by order  of 11 ih iIouor;*JuiIp;o Ibirkor. mado  tho 5th day of November 1013,hv������B  appointed ndminlplntornf thn K������-  talc nf tbo ubovo nieiUioucd do  ceHficd. and nil" *inrtif>f* hnvi if  cluim^agHinBMliR, ������aM OBtnte are  h ur nUh  puino,  properly Vf*rjncil,' lo,n������e on or before tlid 18th. .day; of dWoiiibor,  1913. AND all partiefl'indobi.-il lo  Ba d entail', aro required to'pay the  amount, of ibm indebtedih'.-b lu  me forthwith.  Di'-'I.'iii   llth  day ������f  Novum-  bur, ll)l������  Onirini Admiuirtralcr,  Outwhiriatid, ii. O  1  LIQUOR AUI', 1010.  Section 12.  NOTICE U hoii'hy-.Rivon Ihnl,  on the Lit day of Dueember next,  ���������ipplioniion will be miib* to llm  Superintendent of l'roviueiiil Piil ���������  ice for renewal of tbo hotel lieenee  to Bell liquor by lelail in tbe hotel  known iis^tho Wilhuv.*- Until, hiiii-  ale atCnmpbidl liivor, in the J'ro-  vince of nriili-hCulimibi'i.  Dated thin^ith day of October,  11)18.  t  LIQUOR  ACT, I9IO  (Section 35)  NUTlOIi is hereby given that,  011 the ninth day ot May next,  appliratiou will he mndo to the  Superinlendcut of Provincial Police for the muntinj.;' of a license  lor the sale of Ihjuor by iet.-il iu  and upon the premises t" he eon  CHwWSCAlW PUftR  !  Cniuullsn Or.vcrmncRt tiv(.".  show wo have tbe v-iirct,   b ,|  h* nnd highest slron^lli :;wfidti. ft f*  A\\ ilWoWn-'Ki  inrd  by  flu?  he-jt Kakcracr.d G**!:'fv*;i  everywhere.   Cust.t r.o.  i:i)o:,a f!������an t':w f.iferloi' AV'^j  mliillcrulcil Unds.        W.^i  ^r- W ib W. CLLETT sCO., LTD, I;i fe  wh*\VrX}'t\L&*''^',:i:t'* ''"���������' --^  y*Ji'*Al&-'*hr*A'.rri '...v.---.* -���������^..(V  stnicted in aecuulance with   tne y^.1 ���������*������������������������,., tii*������������������**;���������-*". tSthao 'toni-., <u.vi  ,    ,      ., P������*?;".���������-.--pjiMv  >w������ x;-:-"-.-t.������.i?YiMtftt-  plans and spccilicatious lo be lil-j ^'.v'-j-^'^u^wMicr/tivY-ii rtr.,.,j.i!.N���������  1 1 t ' '-j ��������� > '��������� ,-zjyv Ai.fut'.A,  '.* <���������: rut ���������fir1". . . ���������   vj  ed with Ihe   Superinteudcut   ol   %v:r\$v*\ ������������ khc(.i*t.i.���������*"-���������> >. \'-,. hv *'.  Provincial   Police,   and   to   hs    ������-/**   J ^{���������Y^Xy-^^'-  111AHL1W THULIN     kuown as the Pier Hotel, aud io|  /   y(i     {^&������piii-.'������ aT*'.'..i-I^jfiw  Applicant be si tunic at or n. ar the Kovcru   | >.���������umwto..^\ti.iiiti. *������.���������,���������*./���������*���������������?���������  j incut wharf at Hoyston,   Nchion j """  NOTICK..  Saywnr.l Land I'iuriot.  Distiict. llntish Coluuihia, upuii, V  1 the lauds desri'ihod as   Kots   ao  niitrlotiif Havwiuil. Ian,i 2r iu IHoel: IC of the Subdi -  TAKBNOrirKiM  M,len   ItaP,   ������f \   ..f,��������� of        { Qr  secljol|S 4   und  Mcibn Hay, 11. (!,, liiti-nd.-i t'i  upnly  fm-1 '  ... 1 .       1   1     .  \if III .it������i>li 'u> iliilfid ^<it   nin.iv, iiul iliii I Ij*  od lun������T:���������Small iHhiiil in V������ivlnl|)h ('rent-*  Illation, on Curie'/ 1-il/i'nl, iii'iuiiii-iiciii,* ut  a prht pluiitiil uu tlio S utliwi-nt junior of  i:iluin), llioni'ii f. llowim* llm hliuni uorlL-  ���������j'rly iiiound tlm ialiuid to point ol coin-  lil-iii. < iniiljt, c-!������i:il.n.itttii|f .1.) iiifi'i iiinr,! iir  li!M.  IIKI.KS HULL.  iMtod Mnrub Vt, 1011,  Violin Strings. T tlLiu-^ nii.-  td'hw ���������lord)*'' ni)-} ".'ic f*r J-J������-i*/ird'*.  for sale at lin- New- oil ice.  DaUd this isi day   ol   Ap.il,  IQI.J..  HARHV IlilKNS,  Applicant  LOOK OU 1  tor ^10 Mill; v.a;������on  ..������������������:tli T1*'    < J-i 1 ���������"   ' ''I'  J     1-KKM! ^ILU  AND  J        I'AKM PUt'U1 Ui."i*  <���������    Our Mill- b- th- im������ ������im* t  %      oi thv Pe*l l*d O'-a-  % I'Uh.v^H    .MILK  ��������� Delivered :i-"*niii^V ���������"' i**i'.  I. fv'iARLIVA  0  ���������  o  '>  ���������������>  J  <  t  ir*  .^-^A^te^ 0!VH US Y*M R >AY7i  Oii  i  ,,v������t*^j������ii^ lii.-.\ln\Vom. "i.*t4������#<i������//..S/������������������*    ,x,,���������  I.I.'^lvAcf.'.   flh!l<>'.TilClt.   IllKltl W   AI'll*-'1   u       I)]",K  -.v.-*, tut oi  i! ii*.'������ 1"~A Ut C. ��������� .ii'iiil *������.-i.  -.f.'rir.l'r. Iti^tnliYOfA .ti i-imv vrttvo.    rrli-i  ' teri.fe'f .fitfi.rT'. ������'������eviUiilnnM������, ���������-������������ *������ia  .r,*. HulJl.y(iUitru,ri'������.w,**-I'litl-a n������', ���������t"  1. i.-,j-,���������m i- It-t.if i>r i������ ���������'. Wrlli.ffir ������\i-m.!*-. '.  .. ������W(.rni Modiultw Co., V/iuimot, Oullrfltt  TOU VY'Vi   V'.YY' X-'AU  0  ���������1.1 J  ' ' sm otjws, *cu3rBET{rANi5. h. a  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That'* V/by, You're Tired���������Out ol  Sorts���������Havt no Appetite.  CARTER'S LIT'  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a lew days.  Tbey do  tlieir duly.  Cure  Constipation,  Biliousness, /-irfi>slio.'i, aiiJ Siife Htadache.  Small Pill, Small Dole, Smalt Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  Rain Records  ���������Records of winters in tlie past  briiiR to light somo accounts oT ^x-  i-ossivc rains, for. in 1!)0l) i; gunge  kept nt. Monumental, in "California,  registered If.:'..til inclios. Only at  Glenora. Ore., witli u record pi 307.29  for u single year, lias this rainfall  vocovil been 'exceeded in records for  the United Suite**, The heaviest rain-  rail for ;i single, month evev rcedriUul  in the Unite'".. Htates was1 at Helen  Mine, Oil., in' Jaiiiuiry, 1005), when  71.Hi .inches fell. (Jampojias the. reg-  otil for the heaviest downpour ever  recorded  in. CnHl'ornu for    a sins.!*"  Shall  We  Harden Our Cnildren?  If .we attempt to harden ou:* children duriiij' the periods of rapid growth  lhe conseiiuences may be disastrous.  These periods of rapid growth are between .the fourth and" lho lirth, tho  ninth and the tenth ar.d tho thirteenth  and t1'0 fifteenth years. Tho writer  quotes Dr. Alois Slraascr, who says  that hardenlus L* necessary, but that,  in addition to the age of the child, his  constitution should- bo considered, and  the surface covering of his body r-  lated to his woisht.*  During lhe (irsl few year J1 of" :���������.  child's  life  It. is  n'cosRi-.vy    only ' lo  day.    This  was  eleven  and    a  half/adapt liis body to   indoor    tctupe.ru  inches  on   Ann.   I'i. .I81H.  and  all  of   '  this Ml within I'lufliy liiinutes.    This  is   far  below  the  American    record,  lioweverl which is hold by Alexandria,  I,:i., wllh n record of 21.' inches in a  ������������������Inilie <iny.���������Argonaut.  Hovv to. Remove Wartc  Dmi'l allow these uiislghUy exercs-  eoiise's In bpoll Hi-* beauty or your  builds cr arms. Remove them painlessly. Cure thcin for all time byup-  plvinu i'utnaiii's Painless Corn and  Wart Kxlructm*. Failure' Impossible-,  results always sere will* Putnam's  Corn iuul  Wan j-'xtiaelor.  I'rlce Itfc.  tares, a pit suitably clad.* to varying  outdoor tempera turns. The child  should not bc Riven even mildly cold  baths before he Is ,.'! to 1 years of  age. then f,:il,\ a mere sponging of the  hody and this in llie morning. Cold  showers and douches'at this age are  detrimental.  Up'io the liuie ho Is 11 a short stimulating bath in the morning is all  that is necessiir.v. Regularity in this  matter is laiportiint. Safety and comfort-an the criteria, depending upon  tin* susceptibility of Ihe child.  Get Ahead cf the Flies  If you have stable, litter, garbage,  or any sort, of waste' material on  your prom'sos tbat can furnish either food or a hatching place for Hies,  clean it up now.,   -  Filth breeds Hies���������not ih the,, old  spontaneous generation sense, but  piratically. Flics breed disease, especially typhoid, iuTantile paralyses,  and the various intestinal disorders  which Kill so many thousands of  babies every warm season. Tho bast  way to suro babies is .to wipe out  the* breeding places and food supplies  of flies before the wiug-id. pests' arrive. ��������� o  , Not even a inuscn domesiicu will  slop long in a place wfiieh denies  hi in food and lodging.   Clenn up now.  A  Usui  Ltver  Simulation  sold watgh m  K strn'siit'orircril neuerom  \ (fiilffl off**:r   'rom   "-*   CA1Abl1*'11"^  jHWL Htm.    IV9 ar* I'It'dk miir  - /MtJxs. tVaU'lim ��������� lo   tbounamli    of  IHSoolii all ovjr Iba  woi'M rs ft tiUjfo  adro.'li34nicnt. Now  li yciir ckiu-ea to  obtain en-.     Wrlta  UOW,     CI!cIt������<D*|    'JJ  eitito for cna cf our  faihioKAlila 'j-Rdlej'  tone . Or.ards. or  Oenii' ��������� Albert], Mnt  oni-ria^,: i-nUI to wftar  witli tlu -.-ratcli, wliich  wiil I..J k'.voq Frea  (tliB.-.i vi������!cl)t������ are  guaranto-d iUo ynr.nl.  ehoold yuu tako *d-  vadUco o( our marvsl.  leu- offor. W������ oiDMt . ������oa lo tell your frlftidi  about ni ������nil thon them tha liMntilul -fttlrh.  Bon't think thU oSor too tooi tu la tnio. Imt *������nil  3S  eantx  to-d-r  unit t'������in   ������   "-"so   Wnti-h.     Yoa  ._1M,i.8,smij^/=^VJI,LIAMa_^-il,OYlJ,_5Vl!nl&i".l  j   J������wi)liQr������Tl'B|'t. 1 *-i "*. 69, Cornir&Uu Itavl, London, N  I -Knr.taod. '       0  ii  Banking in England  The system of credit in l-'tighind is  dilTereiii from thai: In this country,  and the mere fact thai. a. mau.has an  account in a bank servqa to give him  standing. .One cannot, open an account -with a bailie in Knglnnd merely  by carrying money to Uie bank and  depositing it ilu must', have two lirst  class references before.a hank win  accept liis uecour.t, and when reference is given it means that the person giving il would, indorse or stand  fo- the person to whom It is given.  A reference in England means more  than a mere phrase. Checks on banks  in England cannot be obtained for  thi; mere asking, and a man must  have un account in order lo get  checks from any bank. They cennot  lie picked.mi on hank counters, or in  public places? l'rivate accounts in  English banks are nol .accepted unless thev arc paid for, th1' jcneral  eiiare-fi being $50 a yea1.1. There are  one, or 'two banks in-England which  discriminate*'so Jcarefully ;n the accounts they accept, Jhal when a pur-  sou is' forlunaie enough to -be permitted to open an account with thom  lie can get, credit in any city in England or on the cciitinent ol* Europe.  Pain Flees Before it.���������There is  more ~ virtue in a bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eelectrlc Oil as a suhduer of  paia than in,gallons of other medicine. The public know this and there  aie lew households throughout, the  country whero it cannot be found.  Thirty years of us*!,haa familiarized  lho .people  with   ir,  and  made   It  a  household, medicine  western world.  tht'oughoul    the  The worms that inrost children  from their birth aro, 6r two kind '.*  those that llnd lodgements in the  stomach and those that are found  he intestine's.    The latter are the  ��������� i-'verv one in (he hotel smoking  room wflli one exception, had' been  holding forth on his own personal  bravery and presence of iiiind. Evcry-  boilv, with the same exception, had recounted at least one hair-raising episode in which he figured as* the embodiment of. cool courage.  At last the "silent exception was  asked if he imd novor had cause to  exon. his presence of mind..  'Only once," he-replied, yawning. "I  had dropped into a circus .to pass  away a couple of hours. It ,was' a  bright, little show, ami the performing  elephants were ���������particularly wonderful.    ���������      ..       ,    ���������''  "Suddenly there was a shriek from  the women, The biggest elephant had  escaped from his keeper and was  making for tlie most crowded part of  the tent.���������where 1 happened to be sitting, by the way. There was a stampede of frightened people. The shrieks  of women' and children tilled' the air,  strong men fainted; and Uie pandemonium reigned supreme."  The silent one's listener's gasped.  "But. I am proud to say,'"'���������continued  that gentleman, "that I kept niy head,  and in consequence, escaped unhurt ���������  '���������What ou earth did you do?" somebody asked. ���������  Oh, " just kept on running bc-  the. elephant!"  A ii year  bor's chair.  "Well,J niy   llltlo  man,  you like your litii.- cut'.''.'  "Oh, like papa's, with a  hole at th; top."'  old was sealed lu  how  little  i bar-  would  round  . Sea  Horccs  In the 1'a.citic ocean sea horses a'v  tain a length of from ten to twelve  inches,' but seven inches' is about the  limit of  waters.  thos*    found    in    Atlantic  , *9MMJL  quickly stops  coughs,  cured  ".he threat and luncs.  That Nagging Pain  is caused by just one thing ��������� weak   "'  there is just one way to stop it.    *  GIN PILLS  strengthen and heal the kidneys ������������������  neutralize the urine���������stop those scalding passages--and. quickly relieve-the  pain iu tlie back and limbs. Giu  Pills are also tbe recognized cure (or  Rheumatism and Sciatica. 50c. a box;  6 for $3.50. At all dealers or sent oa  receipt of price.  Sample free if you mention  NATIONAL DRUG AND CBEUICAL CO., OF CANADA LIMITED  To keep your traces in best condition, use  0       - 1  Eureka Harness Oil  It sinks into the leather and keeps it soft *  and strong.    Free from acid,  In convenient sizes.  Dealers everywhere.  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winnipeg  Vancouver  ���������S.   Toronto  Montreal  St. John  Hnlifsuc  and  heale  25 cents,  ot    real  Salvino  1?  md  111  cling to the  and. ft noTTh  ������������������hem  Mi  11.  jnosi destructive, as the  walls of tlie intestines  tcrterod with vork havoc  er's Worm Powders dislodge both  kinds and while expelling them from  tlio system serve to renal.' the damage flipy' have caused.  at    a  be  the  First Spectacles  The earliest known pair  spectacles was made, by  d'Armaio. OC course, thero had been  1 snow spectacles" from time immemorial,' and Roger Hacon knew of magnifying lenses. But the earliest glasses  I'or correcting the vision are comparatively modern. ��������� Drawings in the  Ralisbon manuscrpit of 1G00 show the  comfortable style of rings of, black  horn, not unlike tiie dark rims of gut-  ta percha used toib.y,  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting tlie highest'' prices for WHEAT/  OATS, BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AND PORT ARTHUR and having them oold on commission by  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS1  AGENTS  ,     ADDRESS 701-703 Y., GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  THZ NCVV FRENCH RCMEDV. N.I, N.-.2. N.I.  THERAP80WK!;������S  rri*at*..iicn*s*., emits cu no:, ,<;wi;m** (;*.:>���������., i,osr vif.on  W VIM, l.llil.L'.'. 1U.MIHMI. lll'il'.'.KI.S. II'.'HIH POISON.  HI.I'S, IHIIPIt NO. HKl'(ii.lM!>nrMMI. M. I'll*. I' 4 CIS  rbl'i'.l-i". COU Hfcl.llMAN hi. ML IV UillKnr I.VM-.M IlllflS  tokon'-io. wnn l* I on FREE mini. n> Uu, l.l' Ci.l.HO  MH'.C'i. IUVI iisrnc.KllI). IIAHI'.SII'..M), t.osiiicl, UNO.  Ti'.vm.M niiM:.r.i*Uv.iT.i.'*>s>rij.JMi>F   ia-,v in 'i'ike  THERAPIOW i-Vi^.,-  ���������cr. ���������ni*.r ihadi*. Mima t> wnim '*iiii hai'Iu:*.   i:. oil  BRIC UUVCSlAUr AURuinOAI.LUt.NUlM'. I'ACI.KIS.  Worn Painting  ;\irs. Rradle:1, when fiuostioned by a  fellow, traveller, in the Full man car  in 'rej-'ai'd to her homo, launched forth  ir.to a rather Ion;; and delaile.l description cf its charms. Her little  "iris, tlraee*. wlio hail been reading  v.h'en -she lit.Riin to speak-, soon  closed her book and listened with  great interest.  "It, must he very pleasant." remarked the chance acquaintafiee, somewhat, perfunctorily, when Mrs. Bradley finished, aiu1. Clrace. Iier eyes  Kleamin'i with enthusiasm, said: "Oh,  it must be perfectly lovely! What,  place is il, nnimma'.'"  "Why, our own home, of course,"  answered lho mother, somewhat em-  harriissed.  "Oh, dear," said Grace '.sisliiuK,  "how much luttor It sounds than ii  looks,"���������ICxcha use. ���������  Ur.conscious Criticism  Airs.    Beeknian    Wintlirop,  luncheon  iiv Now York,   said  191?,-f4 fashions*.  "1 admi; 'that some of -these fash-;  IoTs~aTFTjeMtifurv~'riTo~ivo"i-si.-stric*-  ture, perhaps', thai cau be ' uttered  a-ainst thcni was tlie ��������� unconscious  stricture of ii littlo boy fiichf.- of  mine. -  "Jle was looking lit a pholoRrapb ol  a verv beautiful lady, This beautiful  ladv wore a ball S<)������'n of diaphanous  white ctuff like gossamer. Her white  arms wero hare. : slash on lhe left  side ol the skirt revealed her white  silk stockings, her little white shce  and the shoe's, fasicnins, of narrow  ribbon, that ran in criss-cross sandal-  fashion, np her ankle. , *  - "The little bov studied ,.tins beautiful  photograph ' gravely.'   Then    b������  said: ,   ,.    ,   ��������� ���������  '"^lie's dressing, lsu t  she;  The Fortunate Mr. V.  There is a theatrical magazine in  New Vork who is i-p on the needs of  the tired business man,'but .a little  bit shy on general education. In l.is  office they were discussing the prevalent    bard    times���������theatrical    and  "Well," he said, "Ihere':" one guy  in this town that 1 envy. He's Diisy  all the rime. Everywhere 1 go I see  people using his machine."  - "Who's that?" inquired one of the  company.  "Why,     this    guy    Vacuum,    tlui;  niakej all them patent eleau'ers!"  Some Snipe  A Dublin gentleman was sptfudii'gl  his vacation with some friends, in tbe J  west of Ireland.    As    ho was being j  driven  to*liis destination  he noticed)  a  bog 'that .promised  good .'shooting  and asked his j.yvev if there were any  snipe in it. . "Schuipc, is il, sor? Did  ye sny slinlpe?  ���������eiiure, if yo went into   that   bog   without  a   riui   they'd-  ate ycz!"  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  To get the- genuine, c '���������' for full  tame, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. ,W.  HtOVE. Cures a Cold in One Day.  !5C '   ,     .  Handicapped  ' 'iWhat's the matter? Don't I know  how. to cut meat?" demanded' the discharged* butcher. >  -  "Yoij do," replied the proprietor of  ihrt-.pii>nh_ii*iar.kef..l'.Bui: y'ourJhand__does_  not weigh enough to'- retail it profitably."        '  -  had  lhe  to  keep  "Do,you know, JMayme, I  hardest work1 iu tlie "world  Mr.  Smith from  proposing."  "I dare say you liad���������to some other  girl."���������Baltimore   American.  No Promotirn for Drinkers'  -A new rule has teen posted by the .  Carnegie   Steel   Company  tit   all   its  plants in  the  Pittsburg district,    as  follows:     "Hereafter  all   pro'niotioua  of any  character whatever, will    be**  made from, tho ranks of those whi*  do not indulge iii'intoxieatirig liquors  of any kind, and aro, kuown to bo abstainers   oi" teetotalers  in    all    the  meanings .that these    words',  imply.  Foremen in the various departments  are instructed to rigidly enforce this  rule.!'    Tho order was posted at xho  instigation of E.  H.  Gary, chairman  of  the' Unitod  States  Steel  corporation, who has issued a statement to  the1 effect that the corporation ts determined to advance only sober men."  Many, accidents ^ire said to have been  due   to   intoxicated   workmen.    -Thia  order will apply to all the" subsidiary"  companies  of * the   steel  corporation,,  iuul will be a heavy blow at intetu*-*  .perau.ce_  Ask  other.  foi - Minard's    and    take  no.  - Tn the Netherlands there .are  miles of canals and another  miles of navigable waterways,  ."..OOO  3.000  EVERY   MAN   IN   BUSINESS  No*ili* Our  CATALOGUE  Oi M,in in;; I'i;-. ii.c,'.   'AmX for it.  DICKINSON, The   Slump   Man,  I1A    |*"lrM    S'rer-l     V.ntl,    Calgary.  Keep  house.  Minard'3    Liniment    in  the  luu'-lwiii'c     'iicre  PATENTS  1*-. |tii.|sloiihui:gli ti.: Co, hi'mi ofl'ii'i',  ln������  sli'.'ci   .'a;t, Toroulo, Canada.  "%  :$  CANCER  Rooli Vrre. A (Implr  Home Irriiliiiptil reinavril  lump ftomlhlnl.ulv'HbrrusI  OM  ^ar^.^.,  a\rrr%   and  ii-owlliil ruirtl.    Druciilic  youi' Irdiili!-.; we will !*<-inl boot* ami knlimonlul-.  THHCA.N4.DA  CaNCI"!   INSTITUTtT, I iuiicb  io cm-ti tin li. Avr... TononTO  ���������mio   entered   the  ami said lo the cloi'k:  "I wnnt a pane of window tflasii  leu InchiM by 'iwelv-f and 1 want a  man t" cfiinc' right over to my .Vjiih'.*  uud set it."  "Very, wull.ina'um," said lhe clerk,  ami calling the propi'li-lor lo (ninl the  fro n't of (lie store, he necniiiprinied  the wiininii around lho I'.u'iior to lUr  limine, and ni'outiil llie : oimo tc ibe  liiick iiorclr. wliei'e hhc tool; Hie mop,,  '.���������mashed lu a ii'-nectly good pain- of  giu,---' wllh I', i-i-aelu'il Ihrmifih ihe  hole, uiiliilclird lhe window and said:  "Now go In through the window  iloor for nie; nl'ier  iu flu* ni'v piuin and  pay you linuorrow. 1  home when I went  nfiiTiioni.."-- N'-warU  ���������Mrs Smith was nn ardent worker  in* tiie'cause, of the prevention ot  cruelly to animals, and, when Mrs,  Brown catuo to toa, lold her a pathetic  tu'eol' a donkey that sho had rcucued  from a cruel master lhe day before,  Tlu- visitor was very interested, and  when slie :*oso to go, said:  "1 urn gh'il you have lold me all  those fiisc;iiiil.lug Ihings about mil-  mnlsi dear Mrs. Hn*wn. I shall never  see a donkey iigaln witl'.oii't Ihinking  of you." .  The colonel of ii eerlida regin'.cn't,  wlio win very sltic.t with his young  officers, wns conlinuully inspecting  their rooms to sec II' everything  tidy, Ona iluy bo Inspected the room  of tin officer who was noted for  wit Ue had neiirly llalshed his In-  apc'cllon when ho iiotlfed a cobweb In  one of the cnrnci'H and thought io himself: "Now I have got hi ai."  "What, doe,*, thin meim''" asked  colonel,  The young officer coolly ro|illed  "Wen hviiys Uci'ii one in case a man  cuts hi**- linger."  uud  il.in  111 v  b'l'l  llllllll'U    111'*  you cau put  ltiisli:iiid will  my  kcya at  culling  News.  Mils  Hit, D'finuifi**  Miranda- fo'ildn'l you ililnl <n' a  brlgiii*'!" idea H������>g''<���������. Ihau uuniii'4  up iu vour oidlnary v.I������������iIii**-.".*  ���������llu  in <l<.  llfgiiiiihl  coiiii- ail a  i.i'.u tU i.  ',  I   Hll  wait;  r.  hold on!  t.OIIHi'll  l'vo  l{>-  T.I  Ui  "Sin  -Wliu?"  "Tluil  girl In I'"* purpl" wiv.'i   ipi1  The KrUbp compnny, It U an-  iioiiiii'id, luif- purchased for 5u.������0������,-  uun .|h-.' exclusive right lo worl; the  HO (onl lli'lda oi I lit- IHikf or t'roy's  i;'.tat<- near Duliiwu. in Wcslphalla.  Tin" I hike or Croy km! Oclohor liar-  iled Miss Nancy l.elidimaii, daughter  of .lohn li. A. la'lnliuii'11. lho 1'oriiH'r  Ann'il'-au  :inib:i:!Hiidoi- )<������ (li'i'iiui'iy.  I'ar'lcular  'They tell nie Si Higgii is Hrttlu' up  | as a g> tn ii man i.iiiii'1' ���������  ���������;, j.. :;i ! /I'lr1:' ii.irlb'ul:". " ���������>  oif,It". ro )inl nn \\\a -ftvot  hI:; ii'clock,"  The   prliu'ipiil. nr  an  Providence had heen in  ri'ipilrliig IIik l>".vf I"  chiss iu give appnil-i'ln  scones  In  Hn'  '  rending "'I'll-'  iihliril one ul'  good 111lc- l'"r  academy   in  the habit ol'  his Shakespeare  c lltjcs for the  ci'i'iil  plays,   After  Mcrel'aiit nl' Venice" ho  lhe hoyn to nuggd-d  a  the Hci'iu' In which Jes-  her    I'lither'n  -���������en  litcaIn away iroin  luiiiHi' wiih l.oren/.o,  The   boy,   iifli'r a   ;.lew  ihouithifiil slli'iiri1', showed  nrltv wllh Ih" inelodriimii uh well aa  ShakcM-eni*', ''.���������' uimworing:  "No Mmlicr to (luldo Uer."  iniiitilcti'  his fiimlli*  lie   lU-V'M'  overalls a  Danrjerous  rl l.v     hii'-itii'*'���������      iniikiii'.  Two inoloi'UlH, having uIiiiohI ruin-  ol th'lr temper-- and (heir IIitk���������in  a, vain nltempt la Had a hotel with a.  t     i      ..���������..!���������,    ..(    I*.* )    fnt*','*'l    tn  tu' .....    )     ���������nv.iUi- tlu> tinpt nf n Hiniil", Inn.   l'.vti  11licit they hud to Hhnro a bed, which  | wiih-in id on   I Ills Ibi-  landlord  laid  iv.i. ;.ln*..s   .i I'dithiT heft.  Tlii'i   tiinicd  III, and  one   of    Ihi*  pair ���������������������������1,i.1 humi fiiHt ualfi-ii.   The olher  i^������  ,i'  ,-,, i mm i-rrt  ���������n  4 Message to Women  From one who lias lenrned to appreciate Dr. Clmie'i Nerve Food.  Modern life whether in llie office, factory or home means  un enormouB Btrrtin on the more delicate nervous system of  women. Whether it is the girl behind the counter or the  lady going the round of society functions, the nerves are at  high tension antl require tin abundance of rich, red blood if  health is to be maintained.  Because Dr. Chine's Nerve Food forms new, rich blood,  it is eminently successful in curing the ailments which crubc  the greater part of woman's suffering and has become duly  populur among those who have learned of its merits,  Mrs. M. A. South, Grand Prairie, Alta., writes:���������"I  cannot begin to tell you how much good Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food has done me. I was all run down, had no appetite,  and suffered each month in a way only women will understand. After having followed this treatment for some weeks  I feel lilce a different woman, sleep well, have a good appetite  and am able to do my own work, even during the time that  I formerly had so much suffering, 1 have no pains whatever  now, which is an entirely new experience for me. You may  publish this letter as I want all women to know how Dr,  Chase's Nerve Food has helped me, and I feel sure it will  do as much for any womai  "Curtli,  I  llhiUL-Itt   :li-it   '.���������.Ui   it  i|������\-U',,i { po'nti'il   ivill.nl  at out nny oi  ill    llie    Wil  l'M'.liiiirtui!.  II  piper  i.imiIi* ill.- r.-.i-i'-  ���������Wlij  'lleiau*-,,' >oii may luoe lo . wallow  The  more    wc deny  niiMche,-  il  ���������ii'jP.' the ������nils si.pp'y our   ������.; tit*..  I  Cviu.i (Hiiorliin i. slxlf-'utli llror of-  lliri-'of lhe Syndicate buildlni,'. pi-rnplr-  1   palillllt*.)*    Tb-'lll   I'l.iil-i   lil'.l.*.!  dofl;*,e tin- luiupn, and heard hour al'-  Ur hour lilrll.e on the i-burcl. clack  mil I] ihiTC. Then he violently hIiooU  liiri nniirlii|! friend,  "What'* ill." iifiitiT?" srowlcd llm  Hlt'cper, "ll can't In- linie lo w'i, up  vel!"  IU!  mn.  Try   Murins   Ky**    Rpmrtdy  Ji.  yo������t  li.Ufi IKvTl. V.'ctth, v.i'v'>' li, Jijcuiiii'   u|  im Ki'\������'i*.*il inlb���������* lonr.  h > it, ���������'  t;rjii������btetl Kyctidi?     ������-������o.* u''. Sw.^l t!u*r  lit ill' Dfl'ii1  i  iu  niii  W.  did:  '."vi.   II   Ian  .reioi led  bin fru-'iid,  of    in.1    ni.'i.'iim  unlinuliiK to iilml'i" bltn, "bul H't my  ltll!'!l  til .lllM-p on Ihe  luilln-i',"  .i!-A!i������,.irj.-i  'iyn nm  rtUl(ll A*  :>L;  ("'.III*,-  N"i  lllUi'll!     I J1'*"'' ri i' ono id \  H'.'-ia? t'V/w JKnmcdy. ''..lo.-iid, V*;t.'50:,  '��������� tu 'mil <.' ii������-opli" 'alt iI������mii ih.il hob-  l>\o  Salvo ������n A-icptic Tn  Ot!2  M'*-*  25:    SOc,    !*-/<��������� l-tof'-*  *'^'0 I'/ Ji-ai1  . Wi.-r.  Scientific Problems  "Much fiicr^y In not udHjul. There  [uiiflht  to lie BMinc Wny of i-i������ii>iiTV|n->  I the r.i).? i  i tv. ���������  Mu.  *;-li 1- U  v Mdii- Mi������nK������'.������, C .������  l  it'-i i.",.���������*.iJ> Co.. Cl*i;  .Hit .  ta   ..I* ..IK  an'.mi;!  -JU<# j tliil'ViK.  W.  N.  U.   1000  .'-.nl' ii"  a-   i. <il a ."'  '.Hit!'I UH'  T'  r-y i i'o  i.f 15if nm.  'V' ������������������*���������.   "nd   lunlf  ;ll   *iJI   f5i*������   /.f|^i*.������--  .. il   Kiic.-i lo   vsiiitlc  i^<  flu.v.Jii'; KUUl.  fnif.'if w*  I'O'ibi only liarii<s.i  lhe f-nm-  ilief  |>  ������hc-v,"iri. i'ii;  IMtt  ���������ii-fi--^-^.^^^ V .*��������� ���������   ,'- ���������-.    o, ,<,;  i?  THE WFYWS. ClBIBET^TrAND. B. C  The Sweetest Story  Ever Told is to Tell  the Story 0)  ED. SMITH'S  JAMS  Just fresh pickled fruit  ahd granulated sugar:  Could  any   thing   be  sweeter  **i  *  Can he had from your  Grocer  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY  MILLIONS  OF   MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS.  HERBALIST  Five-dollars gitan-ntcos delivery, by  registered post Alver'a Three Hoars'  Tapo Worm Remedy. Never fails.  Painless. Writo Alrer, 501 Slier-  buorne street, Toronto, Out.  GIMIRDIjIHE  SERVICES  Montreal���������Plymouth���������London  Boston���������Queenstown���������Liverpool  New. York���������Fishguard���������Liverpool  New York���������Mediterranean���������   ���������  Adriatic  Tli������  Fastest i'assan-jar and' MaJI  ���������> Sorvlca In tha World  ���������  AQUIJANJA  ���������-.   LUSITANIA  MAURETANIA  Destructive Cannibal Crabs  A curioi.sly destructive pest  Grand Cayman island, of tho -British  West Indieo, is found in certain  species of crab.s. They notcnly partake ravenously of everything edible,  but"'their burrows do great damage,  and they till these burrows with"  every kind'of-stolen small articles,  A bulletin of Kow Gardens notes  that such utterly useless . objects as  knives uuft pocket compasses , aro  bidden away. Egas from under a  sitting hen aro devoured, if not the  hen-,herself, anC so many' leaves of  seedling, cocoiittiit trees,"'nre eaten  that six to ten per cent, of the plants  may " require replacing in '��������� newly-  cleared fit'oum,! from which tlio crabs  have >Lee*.i not thoroughly thinned  out. Patches, of thin ��������� oil in the  bush become covered with , vegetation after the complete driving away  of the crabs.. ** '  Thoy shut themselves underground  in Hi', early purl, of the year to  chango, Uieir shells, nud for their  barricad*s of slicks and rubbish they  nip off or root up saplings thrce-qua-  lers of'an inch In diameter.  the Next Advance?  years ago l.ord We*  .   Whnt May Be  Two or throe .*> V'������i������ "h  niyss of the llrilish parliament, who  had just entered upon his honagona-  rian's estate, recalled the social conditions ol'hij youth, contrasting them  with those of today. "1 began life,"  ho said, "with tallow dips and am  ending with the electric light. Who  knows what Uto next advance may be.  Perhaps they may yet light London  by rubbing radium on the dome of St.  Paul's.' When I iirsl went to, Oxford  from Scotland 1 travelled by stagecoach, and iho journey occupied forty-eight, hours. Forty-eight hours in a  stuffy box, lot out two or three times  a day to feed. Now I go1; into tho  train at King's Cross at 2.30 and am  ut homo in Scotland before 11-Further, we now have, motor ears, and  tlu next ihing will be wings."  JNERVOUS'DISEASES  IN THE SPRING  1 ���������������������������      ���������>-���������  Cured by Toning the Blood and Strength-  it     ening the Nerves  ��������� U is the opinion of the best medical authorities, after long observation, 'that nervous diseases aro more  common and more serious in the  spring' than at any. other time cf. the  year. Vital changes in the system,  after long winter months, may cause  much* more trouble,than the familiar  spring, weakness and weariness from  which most people'suffer as the result of indoor life; in poorly ��������� ventilated and often overheated building-".  Official recorls prove that in April  and May- nou.-algia, St Vitus dance,  epilepsy and oilier, forms of nerve,  troubles aro a'c'their, worst, and that  then, more than any olbov time, a  blood-making, nerve-restoring tome  is needed.  Tho- antiquated custom , of taking  purgatives in the spring is useless,  for the system realty needs strengthening, while purgf.tivcs only gallop  through tlu bowels, leaving you  weaker. ,Dr. .Williams' Pink Pills are  the best medicine, for they actually  make the new, rich, rod blood that  foods tlio starved nerves, and thus  cure rho many forms of nervous disorders. Tlioy euro also such other  fo:-ms of spring troubles as headaches, poor npv.etilc, weakness in the  limbs, as woll as ��������� emovo unsightly  pimples aud eruptions. Iu fact they  unfailingly bring iu-iw , health, and  strength to weak, tired and depress-  of. men, women and children.-  Sold, by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  Minard's  cians.  Liniment   used   by   Physi-  For, Information   Apply   to   Any'  Hallway qi-.Steamship  A������r������nt, or  THE CTTRABS STEAMSHIP 00���������  I.IW1TBD  304  MAIST  BT. WIJreiS'EO  Unaccompanied  "By tho way1, you were in'that deal  of Stool-ley's, .v,;reu'i ymi?"  "Yos, I went in with. $10,000.",  "How did von come oui?" '  ".-.lone.",  Tlie. dealer In antique!1 "was showing  an old violin to a probable buyer.  "Ves;' ho said, "lhat is of historical  interest; that is the idi-Jitical fiddle  Nero played whilo Uome was burning," ���������  '   ���������.    ** .���������   ,  "Oh,'that, is a myth,"  'Tho,dealer agreed, yayin:*;;  "Yes, it is;  and Myth's name .was  on It, but has got. worn off."  "l-'n, whal Is fata'"  "Fate, my hoy, is thai mysterious  something which leads you to pick c.-tit  of 400 people In the hall room the ono  man who lias a personal interest.in  the homely woman.you nre malting  fool comments about."���������De'rolt Free  Press.  Made Well By Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound.  ��������� Philadelphia, Pm. ���������"I had n. ai-von*  caste of nervous prontrntion, with palpitation of the heart,  I constipation, Imad-  Inchon, dis/. In enn,  inoiso in tny earn,  | timid, nervous, rest-  httn feelings and  | Hleeple������!inrt8a.  " i rend in Ihft paper whoro a young  I worn an had been  cured of the snmo  troubled by tnlcinj**  i Lydia E. Plnkliam'a  Vegfttablo Compound no I threw away  the medicine** tho doctor left tne and boffin taking tho Compound. Before I  Imd taken half a bolt In I waa ablo to ait  tip nnd in ft short timo I wm nb!o to do  all my work, Yonr medicino haa provod  Itj"'" a'*.''- to A", "M vr-i --v " -v"' -*-*���������" T  Kiwi* rtip.nm***nn*r1#-rt Kin overyhonif-lioM  1 linv** vlBlte(l"-Mr������,MAKY'.fotlNfl'roN,  210 Siogfll Stroet, Phlliulolplila, Va,  Another Hnd (J'aso.  F.iihrntu, Pn,-*'About a year uro I  M   >��������� ���������   '    I'   ������������������       >}���������     .14      ,,     , 4     t    ' f Wl <J j* *   'J     f I.t   >i vt'f .11 *,  was palo and weak and would have liy*.  tcric spell.'*, fiick hendachrm and a bat]  pain umlor my Hliouldtir-bliultJ. I wai  under the caro of different doctor** but  did ndt improve. I was ho wenk I could  hardly utawl Ion***; nnougb todo mydiihes,  *' Lydia 12. Pinkhum'j* Vo*"(-tubl������ (loin-  fattnd Ium mode ma well and happy nnd  Imvn bi>\\\i\\ Ui gain in v.'olabt, and my  Chcv looks hoaltiiy now,"���������Mrs. J, W.  Hoi-NBKRflKR, R. No. 3, Ephrata, Pa.  If ron want xpoolal advice wile io  J.ydln l'.rinklinm Medicine Co, (ennfi-  ���������loniial) Itjtxxi, Mas*. Your IcllcrwJH  he djuncd, rend aud ans'Tcred bf a  Moiu.'jn nnd hold in atrlct confidence,  a Way  black-  could  Where There's a Will There's'  Stevenson" knew.- a -Welsh  smith who at twen'ty-flve"  neither read nor writo, at which time  he heard a chapter of "Robinson Crusoe"- read aloud in a farm kitchen.  Up lo that moment lip had sat content;, liud(*.led in his ignorance; but  he, left the-kitchen another man.  There wero day-dreams, it appeared,  divine, day-dreams,, .written and  printed and bound, and" to he bought  for money ar.d enjoyed at pleasure.  Down he sat that .day, painfully  learned jo ���������������������������pad** Welsh, and ���������'returned  to borrow Hit: book. It had been lest,  nor could he find anotlie ��������� copy, only  one in English. Down he sat once  more, learned Knglish, and at. length  with,entire delight.1 read "I'.obinson."  ���������Luc.v  V,: -Keeler, in The Atlantic.  New-Zealand's Resources  ��������� 'Th!* timber" trade of the Hay cf  Plenty, New Zealand district^ lias  heen for some time steadily increasing, ai.d is- now one of the most  nourishing in the. district. Uimu is  tlie principal proJucl. and is exported  in-large quantities'to various pnrls of  the Dominion- will, the demand, if  anything, slightly, in excess of the  supply. Tho resources oi tiio district  ur������ such IhuLll will be twenty years  before''tin.' back purl ions of tho country will have to Yo exploited. To copo  with the lucreas ��������� of trade, many of  the mills nro being enlarged, and'big-  gov plants are being installed.  At n reunion of Mio* A'bun's family  chicken,, croquettes.*' gave but, so the  maids carefully neglected  the young*  After tiylng lo attract Mi  lis mother, one of* tho Ml-  the lower end of Iho table  hi  a  loud   (ono of voice,  c- children,  tent ion of  Ilo hoys at  culled  onl  "Mother!"  "What  In  li,   Albert?"   she  ropllrd,  "Do you think," wont on th.* child,  "I'should hnvo lilted :he croquettes If  1 hud hai! ore'.'"���������LlpplncoU's,  for  $2.50    from   . tlie ��������� Dr.  Williams  Medicine Co., Broekville, ,Ont.  Ripened by .Electricity  Unripe peaches can now bo ripened in a few minutes by electricity.  This remarkable discovery is the result of* an experiment with a high-f o-  qupucy electric apparatus, mede -recently by Mr. T. Thome Baker, ..ie  London Daily Utirrjr scientific export,  who succeedc-,1 in ripening ,i very  green" pea?h.. --A spray of; electric  sparks' was directed full ov. the surface of the fruit, and very soon Uie  whole peach was completely charged  with electricity. ' '    -  , After the current had been turned  orf the peach was left for a few minutes and then i'*;' was cut open. Th *  ripening effect had penetrated almost  to the stono, and, when tasted it "was  luscious and juicy. Tho. cost of ripening peaches hy electricity is exceedingly  small,  H3  littlo    electricity    is  HIS TWIN BROTHER  TOLD HIM THE CURE  WHY J. C.  MAPP PRAISES DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS  Quebec���������  well-known  Wrstcl-.ccl from Asthni*.���������Strength  of body und vigor of. mind nro Inevlt-  uhlv Impaired by the vIsllalioiiR of  asthma, Who can live under tho  cloud nf recurring attacks and keep  body nml mln' at tholr full oi'fio.  Ipncy? J)r .1, D, Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy dissipates the cloud by removing lho cause, II. does rcllev*.*, It  does ��������� real ore lhe HiilToicr to normal  bodily  trim nml  m-'iilal  li.'.ppliieii.i.  Iir. NitPgol. profot-'Hor of mi'dlclnc nr  I,lege University, comiuoiKhi the practice of yawning, A wood yawn, the  Mclglnn prufi'SHor maintain*-, Ih o.vcol-  liv.it for ilio Iiiiihh and fo- nil the  breathing organ*!, bul llic-rc- Ih nu art  In yawning. JiihI tho hiiiiic aa Micro bt  nu arllii breathing livery yti'.-u  hIioiiIiI bt< as deep iih ponHlhle, so an to  bring all Ihn iiiuik.Ii>-1 nf Ilio throat  and clit'Kt Inlo action ami also to lill  Mie vital organs wllh a ciirront. of  fiwih air. Dr. Niif'gel ban known ol'  many cime-i In wliich a ani'o throat has  been ullovintPd by porslHlniit. yawning,  lint how are you to etiHiiro u yawn?  l.lKlcn to spoechPH*.'  shWohm  Che (nmily rtmedy  lor  Cousin  and  Cold*  Vull   d.'n'.     S'lifW  \i.'\Mr.     Vn.t   ilr.ci"   ltnO  VV.  N. U,  1000  "tSoe, Ihtc, .waller," excliiimm] the  Indignant, ciislomer, "here's a pbtc of  wood In my HiiiiHiigc!"  Wet, sir," rcplli'd Ibo waiter, "bur  Via ���������'''������������������.���������    '���������"  "Kiiru iiotblug!, I don't mind eating the dog, but I'll" blowcd If I'm going to enl lhe lieniicl tool "-Ken11 Ish  American,  He    Suffered    From  Kidney Disease,  Lumbago and* Rheumatism for Five  , Years���������Now    He    ic n  Well    M;.n  A; run.  Itolean P.O., l-onsonby  (Special).���������J, C .Mapp, a  fanner, living near heiv. who suffered  from Kidney Dlscrso fcr live years,  is., unco moro a woll mau, and in a  Htatcnioiii..given t,'o tho press h"o gives  nil iho credit for bis cure to Uodd'H  Kldn?y Pills.  T.iy troublo startci", with a co'.d  nbout .'Iv2 years ago," "Mr. Mapp  Blatcs. "iii.d1 dovolopod into lumbago  and rheutnatlsm. I hud a hitter tasto  In my mouth in Ibo mornings and 1  was terribly nervous, I was depressed nud low spirited ar.d found It, difilcult to collect my thoughts, whilo at  tlnics 1 wus troubled with stiffness  In fho joints. My appetite was lltt'ul,  and I had heart Jltilfft'lngs thnladdod  to my fears. My twin brother, who  had usod Dodd','., Kidney Pills and got  great, '-nr.elll from Jlumi, r.dvlsod mo  to use. then*.. The ilrst two boxes did  mc' so ' much good Mint I got two  iii ore. and tliey completed my euro.  Dodd's Kidney Pllla arc tlio right  remedy I'or Kidney trouble."  Every person who has I wo or morn  of Mr, M.'.pp's symptoms has Hick  Kidneys. Tlio right ������������������(���������ni'.dy for sick  Uldiu\VB is: Dodd's Kidney Pills, If  you 'ilon'l know It out .of your own  oxpoik'ucc, an.' your neighbors.  A Motor Razor Cuts Clean .  l-'oi' th, beiK'OI. of th* liiru wllh  heavy hear' and ���������leiidi'i" sliiu a ra/or  has Ih.i.'u Invented which cuts tlio  hi'iinl by a ciuip|i!iiK action, An elcc*  irld inotor Is coniiccleil by u llcxlbln  Him f I in I hi. Hliafl of the mifciy  ni/or. t)n Ilii' end of I lie "a/i i iih.u't  (lylludrlcul camii aro provided whicli  chango Hit- rotr.llng inoveineiit. io a  reciprocating ono wil hln tho blade  holder. At. llm i nd of llm holder  this iiuiMOn ir, iu;r.'.u changed to one  at right angles t*: the former, by  ii'.aauH of a r-itkli.g arm and * iwo  prongH. Therefore Jii- llital tiiotlon of  the blade Is also a recliirociillng one,  'causing I he blade to act by menus of  blcwn ngaliiHl, the hair.  Many blows a hucoikI are uilinliila-  iii        it ��������� ' .  hl������,--..'lt,      A .-|,v tU.tll^      tli'v -, tl,l. jt-lllll  . I'.nitii |'P'.' inlttnt!' oi' thi- nifilnv, The  action or the hludi* Is Ihorcfore not  ro'.'.lly of fovcili.g hy blown. The iogl-  nil ivdiilt is that it. Is mil .ici-css.iiy  in have the blades iik aliai'ii as li Is  now limit muled,  Rough on ^Discoverers ���������>  , History shows that many discoverers of grea",truths have beeu the subjects of derision ar.t'. persecution.  They huv-v often been treated as vis-  oiuuies and dangerous innovators.  Harvey, the discoverer of the circulation . of the blood, lost his practice,  and was lampooned all ovc* the -then  civilized world.*. Bartholin, who dis-  covered the lacteals was treated  with contempt and ridicule. lOven  Harvey, when-be** became old. neve:"  believed in the thoracic ilucti but believed the lacteals all terniit.ated iu  tlie liver,"  Horace saw his ode-; despised.  lClizabeth regarded Racoti as an unsound speculative- genius, and as Incapable, of serving her wllh judgment. " Socrates, -Ior teacbitig the  God,, was compelled to drink hemlock and died, l'hthagoras was banished- for his opinions: Deinocritus  was cast, into prison for diaecting a  human body, livery historian knows  thai,fin' ileo. al seventy years of age,  was imprisoned for announcing the  motion of the earth. Aristotle's books,  were burnt.'  DoScaVres lias prosecuted because  ho taught the innale'uess, of ideas;  his books were burnt by order of the  University of Pa*.-is. It is .said of the  Newtonian philosophy thai "authority scowled upon it: taste was disgusted b.v if, and fashion was ashamed of.it."  SHIPPING   FEVER  Intliiciirii. piui-j eye. epizootic dlslompei-, ami nil no-.- aa4  llironi -Jisouscs curcii, ami all othors, mo mati.-r h-jx *"v*--  posi-il.*' l--.pt from luivlnff any of* these tiliscasio.i witn  SsPOJl.N'.S LIQUID DIST.KMPK11 (JUItK. ��������� Tluv.. io nix  coses oflt.*n cuia n case. Ono bottle truiu*-iiit?.M i,> ,(,-> so.  Iiosi lliins Tor brood -mart-!**. .Acts on the blf.otl. Ck*. ami  JI a bottlt*. $S mid *H a, doxttn Imllle's. DniKK'.sts ntnl  harnftss shops. Distributors���������ALT* WUOLKSALH D'trti-  OIST8. ,- .-**-  SPOHN  MEpiCAL CO., Chemists, Goshen,  Indiana,  U.S.A.  Explorer of High-Temperatures ���������  "The highest, honors of the scientific world await exploration' in the  unknown tields ��������� of temperature.  Strange as it may seem, we really  know very little about temperature,  lletwcen the temperature of the surface of tho sun, estimated at G,000  degrees 'centigrade, and absolute  zero, estimated at minus '>!?> degrees  centigrade,*--.vory little has ever been  discovered. ..       .  ' The Hold of-research has been practically restricted to 725 degrees, or  between the temperature of liquid air  (minus 200 degrees) and the first visible .red^of ht'ated iron (plus 325 degrees)'. *\Ve know thai ;.l a temperature of .1,000 degrees centigrade  twenty-nine metals become liquid; at  1^15!) degrees sold fuses; tungsten  melts.at :i,000 degrees, and here begins the great .unknown world' of  heat The hottest tiling on earth is  the electric furnace, with iu temperature of nearly .".,7o0 "degrees. In this  intense heat even the diamond can  be melted and boiled like water.  But this is barely half way- to the  temperature ��������� of the surface* of the  sun, and it is.thought tbat research in  these ' higher temperatures' will, ultimately result in the greatest, discoveries of the age.   "What these discov  cries may tie "no one can forsoe,.anymore than anyone could have foretold  the results of tlio discovery" of ra ilium. ��������� '  Growing -Down andOut  Children long to' grow up. Tj be  tall, and strong is tlieir nmbiilon.  They measure everytliir.g by hoigh'r.  But roots are necessary to ��������� the  strongth of tall 'trees, r.nd so. are wide  branches and many lea vos. it is necessary to grow down and lo {-row out  in order to grow up'with safety.  Wo must strive to make life,deep,  fo sink our roots tn the hidden and  constant waters ami to pmbo the  wealth of 'the enriching soil. We must  throw our minds open t6, every: wind  and open oiir hearts to every impulso  of the light, Then only, may we  dare.to yearn To; height and rejoice  In-our strength. CI row out' and grow  down,  Diplomatic Letter  The wayward youi g mini, broken In  health, win- Kent to tiio i-KiuHiv/thl to  I'ecupe.'Hte. lie was hi Jail for ileal-  lug a bluil (|u-ii'iiM' of hiior. Ho wro'e  boiiip; "Dear Father���������I've pinked up  somo ilfsh Hlm-n I came bore, but am  Ht ill conllni'd Ir my room. Pica.*..*-  HOiid  nie $100."���������Kxctitingt-  Miiiard's  Friend. *  LinlmsiU,    Lumberman1!-*  Oue of .be principal by-productt*t  oi tbe national forcHts of .Inpan is  fiirnltdiod hy miPiUrooiiit!, wblali  hlr.*) yielded in due year n raven no  of h million dobars.  The tciicher hud written mi the  black board lhe aeiilcneii: " I'lie toast  wiih dr.ink In Hlienco," mul turiicd tiller cbifiK fot* thrm to dl-:,Mvei' the  jjihiluk-' I.ltllt' Tnmiiiy wuvcil hhi  ���������litind fnintii'iilly, nnd going to iho  hoard, sprawled the eorri'tlion, ,,Tlu-  toast, was cu um |n silence."-- Werner*)  Mall.  A Slur at the Cuisine  "it's-"   a   oity   thcie   weren't   ������������������oikl-if"  ichool)* In the lime of Adam aid livo."  "WhyV ar.ked bis wife.  "I  don'i   '.ipIIi'vo  Adam  w.*ul<] 'tier  hnve     cikn' tlmt   app|<>  I.   Uiv  ln;ij  baked ii In ti ]Ao."  Flowers in t.ie Snow  Snowstorms during tho Siinuner  montliH art.' of frequent, occurrenco iu  the Canadian Rocky mountain region  at uu elevation.iof lim.000 feet. Mid  upward, sometime*-! covering the  ground to a depth of seven'.] inches.  Tho llowors at. Ih!' clevaiion nre  usually small, nf. delicate tints and  vory beautiful,' but laeklns in fragrance. Owing to the 'ibsence of moisture in tho ntiiiospl ere freezing docs  not affect, vegetation ar. th'Ls f-llltude  tin 11. does nearer sea Invcl, The ilnw-  era, iiftar having bnwi completely  covered with snow for i. dny or two,  wiil rogaln llioir former vigor at'rur  tho snow dopm'lK, althoug'i they wlll  appear slightly wilted ,1'cr ., few di.ys  aftor their snow  balli.  Thorn is a tiny liilie t!ov,i>r of four  polnls far above llinlit'-r liui-, which is  uflunlly1 about ll.r.iiii i't'id uh tve sea  level, So elorioly doc;; li, follow Ibe  moiling hiiiiw thin it l.s oi'leu posnlhlo  in stand on one spot, pluck llowers  with lhe right hand nnd iuul;.. snow-  bulls villi Ihn left.  Thousands of Tons of Ouot  According lo the i.'kMiii.'Iph of a nov-  crnmi'iil oxperl, who haw given much  ���������vMciithu to the iitiidy of the rt'iuiirk*  ahlo pliciiomouii of limit nud naml  MtnrniH lu thp arli! regloim cf tlie wont,  every cubic mil*1-* of the lower nlr during ;,n ot'dliit'ry "dry :;loriii" .*oiiliiln.i  at. least 2'ln tons of dusl, *a'1iIIi> lu  iiavi'1'i! storms of thiii kind ns iiita-h us  1*2(1.0(10 tons of dust und aand uiiiy.lii.'  eonliiliied In ii i.ulile inii,' uf all, Hunt  storms RoiiiPlliui'H hihr for jwenly m  ililrly hoi,rn,  I    Al'ui  ah, ihi- natii   .i.i.- uiii.k   itiii'r  lnlnute-  behind   11mi���������.  ������������������,,  !!<.. ,.'.**4t*f.ii  1 niantor wan perfeclly JcstKI'd In I'l'el-  lug ple.iHcd with himself, Hi,- tallways  and the world iu geiicrai,  A  sullliiiy  waiting  pusm'tigcr    wan  morbidly weighing himself on mi mil-  M.tt.i.it:   tit.u hii.f. lii.ti   r, tit t|   in-  hW-ppt-il  oil' ii (lie jovini official proceeded lo  talk to him.  "Wonderful thing tin* r-illwi.y aya-  Ipiii, nlr!" be chirped. "1 do really belle vo tliut/i!V''ll (lie gciie.'iil public Ih  al. last, beginning to f-r-uli/c the mar-  vt-MoiiM Itniimvr'iiii'iit*" thai have lii!;i>n  phicit on ilils lino In ri'Ci-iit years!"  "That's true," iimiwcri i- the inorl'id  one. "I know of no lit*,*- lh.it lias so  lrmny things conManiU- i'.i tlm public  pyt-. as this one."  The Htiitlon iniiKier was dt'Hglitcil.  "I uni more than glad to hear .Mm  sny vo, vli," he ctniM'U'il, rubbing ' i"  liniids together. "Ami would you mind  iinmliig tlfi'in?"  Tin., uniting piiHKciigi'!- ]������������������ ���������'.-���������- <1 pi-u-  ������li'Hv down tin- pl.-i'fnrm.  "ClndPi'H," said hi-.  EDDY'S FIBREWARE  r* ' o       **���������  ' Tubs and Pails retain  the  heat  of   the water  much longer than  the wooden  or galvanized   iron  tubs, are cheaper than the latter  ,   and   will   not   rust   the  clothes  THE BEST  FARM LUBRICANTS  CAPITOL  Cylinder Oil  For steam erigines.  Gives maximum of  lubrication for minimum of oil used.  Thousands of satisfied users testify to its  superior lubricating qualities.  *PRAIRIE ^  Harvester Oil  ���������*������*,,  Just the oil needed for farm  machinery.-  Reduces friction and wear to. a minimum.  ��������� Stays on the bearings, and is not affected  by weather. <��������� ������������������        .  " i'  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil  Burns cleanly with minimum carbon deposit.   Lubricates properly under all heats.  Atlantic Red Oil Premier Gasoline  Renown Dynamo Oil  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Toronto  Ottawa  Halifax  Montreal  Quebec  St, John  Winnipeg  Calgary  Resin*  Vancouver  Edmonton  Saskatoon  What aboii^your wife and children ? Will they  dress well after you are gone ? Will your children  be educated ?���������  Have a talk to-day with an agent of  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO,  OFFICES:���������Winnipeg,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon,  Vancouver.      Afjents Wanted.'  Sue'** a Modest Chap  Miirkloy (lo pfi'torini*; inHurni'r.'o  mini)���������Look lion-, when you talked to  mo last your you lold n\.) Unit Uio  '.'oinimny you wero wllh wn-; Ilio best  in tho world,  Aj'out���������iMy doar k,1i, It wns at that  time, but, t.l.t coiiiijuiiy I tun now  with, liiiviiin hIiici' hiidtlu' Ixni'lli,  of my Hi.'l'Vli'fiH, lu.u. of poiirsp, lakoii  lho honor away ('rom it.  Plluo Cured  in  DniKRlBtH    rol'ur.d  OINTMENT    ful hi  llllnd,   Hli.-oilhiK or  6 to  H   Days  nmiKiy   If   l'AZf.)  lo    ''iir,. itchiiip*.  1'rotrudliu*; Vllorf,  I'lrHl. !i|)|ilif:alioii Hives Vi'lic'.', fjOi'.  .Kri'ddy'H fathor liad been" Riving  lilm losaoiiH in iioJItonnss, bul linrii-  ly durcd Iiojil- that \hc. soeds or hhi  toacliliiK liad "tnliiMi root,' One day.  heiirluj,' nolRe ('Oiniiif; from the iiiir.-i-  ery, ho InvontiKated, und. found'  Freddy. iiouuiIIiir hia llltlo brother.  "I'm Biirrii'laed, Kreddy,", wild Iil-i  lather, nlornly, "tlm't you should luirt  your littlo borlher. Don't, you know  thut It. In very criwiinlly to strike o.n*  who Ih Hinaller than youi'solf'.''1  "Von," replied the eulprii, meekly.  'Iml when you Uii'imhed mo yesterday, I was too iiolllo to meiilton It,"  lill'KeKl,  I'i Hiild  a  reo   in   lhe    TTnliod  lo bn Hit. "Mother of  red wood  In  tlm  Stnleii In kuIiI lo bn Hit. "Mother of  the Forest," a j-lanl. reilwoml in the  CalnveniH blKtree kimvo In Ciiill'oriiiu.  It Ih Hii|i|io������ed to conialn 110,(11!)  board feet o| lutul.er, Thon* are,  however,, many olii|miiiit>* I'or llie  honor of being lhe "linnet-: tree"  and the "olilimt iree," uud tlieno  el'ili'riii, necordliig to tornBtecs, eu:i  not iilwnyn bo vcrllled,  Mniiii��������� Hiihh'I Ml������rt (llilnir not. yeiif"  idiliiK eyes1.'  Marie-Well, T don't wonder nt It.  tflio'n 'been hcih'cI Iiik lor a liiiHlmn-l  i'i r twenty yoarH,  CoriiH nr,' euustMl,!)1. llu.* ;,re.*-Miro o[  C;*lil boots, bul no ono need bi*  Irniihled witli llien* (ohk when so Pliu-  pie a remedy as ilolloway's Cora  ('mi' Is available,  The Star Attraction  lldHteHR   I am filial you eliihlreii decided to como for iIIiiium'.  Utile Joslf -We didn't turn tor din-  nor; wn turn in h"iii' Willb-'s unnuM1*  en I hli1 soup.  Veto Powers  WlKK- Vouiik IIJoni'M tlilnlci hn '���������  a burn leader.  \Vukk-~-01i. many a I'ello.v wl.o  wuh born to eoiuuiiiiid nuirrlcs a woman  who wu** horn to eoiniteruiniKl.  CLEARS THE HEAD, 0PE?!S THE NOSTRILS  STOPS SNEEZING, CURES CATARRH-  You   Get  Instant   Relief by   Inhaling  the Soothing Vapor "Catarrho-  xone."  (Viiiiri'h is bound to como with ibis  weather. Slhilit eolds becomo more  offi'UHlv* Mill KleliiMiIn-.v every day.  Tin* iiillauiinatlon o:A .iiilf, lurllier into the lieml. Soon the earn begin lo  lm-/.:  and '.'ing.   'I'lie bead .icIioh, tho  , yi-.\ palll ilretulfn'ly, lho iios^e gill  plugged np mul this lorees the put-1  lent lo ln-eiilliM lliroiiuli the uioiitb.'  Vile (llthy K''er'"lliiii'i ire forced buck  into iiiv' tliroiit, retiuirlng a (rout ilc.,1  of I'ouglilng io It'i'ji in*- nlr pusmigi'H  free. Kliially, this Im-I Tuetter lliulu  Itn wily inlo tin* .itoinaeb, ernmfng  IKnjrfpMa uud g<*ner;������l Ill-health. J5y  II:l������ lime tb������ palicin Iiiih MYHTMM.  .VI'IO ("ATA Kit 11, wliich Kftps  strength, -depieti'., tin- -iHat hipi-rIpm  till eoiihiimpiini" i.; llie unhappy ro-  ���������uie  ��������� i i' mra       ������������������������-<���������      *   *������������������ *-       hi in      i.toiililiu  tablets,   snuff  or  sp-ay,  Sue!  .i       ., i. .���������'������������������     I-   7|    ... i,        * ��������� "   .       ���������������������������-*��������� >    i -������ '  Theie   Ifii'i   <l,-:   ^iiglite.it   n.-ie   l;i  trying  lo cure  tliiii  comiliiou   with  li   treat*  i'A.i  must tvnploy Catnrrhoxone th<' only  reined,, ,hnt periies-^ n jlnwer to I'IJI  the germs of (.'ariirrb. The heuliiu**"  vnpor of ('iilarrhoy.one U enrrled by  the nlr you breathe to tl.e mosi mln-  ue eells of the nos.e, throat, liron*  chliv liilu������n und liiniis It*i unllscplli-  luciileutioii gue,-, e\er> where 1!i;il air  enn go. 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tlieir indebtedness   to   nie   forth-,
J)atod this llth day of November, 1913,
AY. Wk-s^kv Wu.r.AKi),
������  OfHcial A dm it listra for, ���'
'  .Uiiniberlandj1 ]). C.
'   USE WaTBU.
NOTICK is) hereby fi.-en that'Esqni-
111 a t 'it Kun.iimo JJuilw y, of Victor"*!,
]J. 0 wi'i apply i'-.r ji i c nee tu tako aud
use lbo,000g*ill-.ns p'i* 2-1 Injurs, of water
im of Sandy Ci-ook, wh vb flows in a northerly r.i ecfcioa diroiiffh No'-vcastia Dis-
lii:;t nnd em-jtie-* into* D.op Bay, near-
Rusewo'l Creok* "Tlie v,Tat-;r \yill bi diver
till at 2150- up,i-reuhi fr un Railway and
\v.ll lie *iseel for Cliiiicral Jliilw.iy piupccB
\V.iy" Th's n it'.ccr iv;*- pasted on the
iirouinl on tho "J-.'d A y nE April, 1913.
Tiiu Bj'.p'.ctti.jQ ��ill be lilod in the oilice
in" tlio Wator ll'-conVr .*>i. Victorii, U. C
IN   Till*:   COUNTY   COURT
.3iltio'ai-f deceased, intestate, .who
f *���        - *��� *
died at   Cnmbovland, li. C.'  on
June 25th 11)13.        '    .
IN THE* MATTEifof the   '-Ollicial Administrators Act."
TAICE NOTICE that" l.y- or-
der of His Honor Jncigo Barker,
madb the 5th day of Novcmbef,
11)13, I was-appointed Administrator, of tho.Estate of the 'above-
moitioned deceased,, and all parties  having, claims   against   the
>ri' *T5 .
said feslfttc aro hereby required to
furnish . same, properly vorilied,
to me on or before tho-,13th of De-
Oitj--cti��-i.H uviy bo'fild with .the Haiti  indebi*echie?s to im forthwith
cen i ber. 1913. j\^T77^"parTHr?
i'ndeblcil to,said,* estate, are' re-
cpiired to pay tlie  a'tneunt*of their
Wator RoeorOf*!' i.r ��it.li this ���Jomptiolli'T
of W,.tir l-iijim*--, rirlip.ii.ent Ikiklini'B,
Vit-orit, V, 0. T
I'iS<W i M Al ,T <\ X AN AI MO RA LTAV ,\Y
..   Applicant
,      ' U, K. UKASLKY  -
lip? Hi inyT
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Dated this llth day of November,  1913.
W, W|.>u.;y WuXuUio,
0(H(;ial Ailininislrator,
Ciiifiberliiul, II C.
IN THE MATTER of  Daniel C
Corn J-l, also known  w  Daniel1
John (VOo-uit-li, dceoa.vd, tntes-
tatr, ������/bo died at Ctuio (Ifiinroer
ell, Hup'/i't. .Distyict on -'.an.invi'y
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!TiE CUMBERLAND   NEWS ������HE NEWS. OT3HBEKIJAOT).. B. C  /j  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H'^'M^'M'  The Tavern at  ������'* Old Hadley  *.,  ���������i i  it  )! An Episode In the Days of  Ghosts and Witches J ���������*  |' . By F. A. M1TCHEL  ,  '4H^4.^^{^^.j^.>.H-*^'H^'i***H  'Chore Is a town in Massachusetts  tliat smacks as imich, it uot more, jot  tlio early colonial times than any  ���������nther in North America. Its name Is  lludlcy. and ihey cnll It Old Hiulley,  Int why Jt Is considered necessary to  Mention Iho fact of. its ago is not ii'p-  .T-.iU'ont. Certainly-lio one would ever  look- upon it as young Hudloy.  ��������� bund was cheap when lTudtey was  ���������nil led. Consequently thoy laid out  tin* main street of tho town as wldo  as u modern block is Ioiijlc. with two  tows of trees on each side, a. row  within a stone's throw of (he houses,  tlio other row within coiling distance  ������tf the houses on the other side-that  in,"by a strong pair of lungs. *  , ,1.liter Iho settlers laid out another  ���������street not far from the Ilrst. but since  there has uevor been use for two parallel streets in lladley the lirst Is now  '���������deserted. But the same trees planted  Kcvcral hundred years ago still stand  there.. *  At "ouo end of the street to. which  the town was moved there is a dwelling  vVliicli in the olden time was thc.tav-  ������u'n.   The bar is still'there over which  formerly passed many, a mug of flip,  ���������lilt it is now dry.   Tlio visitor looks  ���������longingly upon it,  half expecting to  ������co tho landlord hand out the steaming beverage, then turns away in disappointment,   and   the,, curtain   that  lides the bar is lowered,  ;  Ono cheerless night long-ago when'  tlie trees, wero throwing ,.their great  jiniis about lu the wind a parly sat In  this barroom endeavoring to bear up.  ngiiinst the weather by a frequent call-  ,  liig on the landlord for flip.   They said  it was the weather that rendered the  ���������Bllmulant necessary, but that was, an  ege of superstition,"and the real reason  ior their potations was n fear of ghosts."  IKvery time a gust of wind would shriek  jtlirough the trees abovo tliem tho col-  ,:cr would leave their faces, aud when  rhfs  ���������SttK ItOflY CHKUKRD  MAX TOOK TIIK CAN*  W.E AND W1SN1' UI'STA1H3.  I  hut one by one thoy bad arisen aud  gone somewhere else. The red cheeked party marched up to the lablo where  the ghostly locking man sat and,NdraV-  ing out a chair, seltled himself in it.  The others in the room looked on with  holy, horror, for llie man's waxy flesh  and dark rimmed eyes gave, him the  appearance- of. being an, animated  corpse. ,"- ���������,"*���������"  "Friend," said the rosy nian, "will  you'have'a mug of ruiicIi wiih nie?  You look as if you needed something  to warn) you up."  "I'm uot to be wanned,*1 replied the  other in a sepulchral voice..  "Where did you get that carl liy siiicll  thore Is about you?"  "Youiig mau, do you wish to communicate with the dead?"  "llcckon I'm doing tlmt now."  "Go up to your room, blow out the  "candle, and you will see your'grandfather.". "���������     .-  "Who'll bring blm?"  "I will."  "You! Do you suppose I'm going upstairs to sit in a cold room iu the  dark while you slay down hero with  your noso in a mug of steaming punch?  Thank you, 1 know when I iiuiwcli off.  However, l'vo 10 shillings iu my pocket. , I'll bet you that you can't call up  the ghost of my' grandfather or any  other ghoSt." .   *  "Ton shillings!" replied the, waxy  man contemptuously. "Do you suppose that 1 court material things?"  "Well,; if you dou't want the money  you can-give it for charity."  "Charity! Yos, but what is 10 shillings for charily? Mako it ������10 and 1  consent." ���������.���������-..  liis vis-a-vis looked through his pockets and found only the 10 shillings and  u few coppers.  "Friends," he said, "this man is an  impostor. , He is going about trying to.  impress "people with tlie belief that ho  has something supernatural about him.  If .you'll stand by mc I'll show him  up." Raise the ������10 among you to match  iris stake, and you'll lie the richer by  that amount,"  This gavo.courage to the others, and  .t desire sprangriip among those present to discover whethor ..the waxy-  ma u was really oue from the dead or  playing on their credulity. But it  must be remembered that a desire for  money was as iixed among our ancestors as in us. AiTcffert was made (o  raise the stake, but failed, sinec there  was not so much money among the  company. The most that could he obtained was ������G. However, the-waxy  man generously offered to accept this  stake instead of tho larger amount,  and the. money was -nit up on both  sides..  "Who's to hold tho stakes?" asked  the rosy checked man. "For my part,  T"w~ouid~b6_wllliugrtlrat"the~mmiTwiUr  whom,I am betting should do"so-that  is, if ho remains here in this room till  the wager is'settled." * \  ���������*'i hold the money 1" replied the .other sternly. "I never touch money except���������except .when I am as men aro.  Hold the stakes yourself."  IJc saidpthis in such u ghostly tone  that it brought back something of the  former rear of those present. So great  was the awe that tho gaping settlers  did not think'to protest when the rosy  cheeked man stuffed the money In his  pocket and, taking a candle, started  upstairs.  "What number, landlord?" ho asked.  "No. 8," replied the landlord, handing him ti key.  When the man's footsteps had died  away, a profound silence fell on the  house. The man from the grave sat  motionless, alone, at his (able, and  nearly every eye'In lho room wns fixed upon hlni, Tho wind, whicli hnd  continued to Mow, gavo several prolonged howls, at the cud of-which the  man who had gone upstairs was heard  to give a slirlelc, Indicating somo frightful experience. Tho man who hnd  .agreed to Introduco him to his grandfather rolled Ills eyes about' ovor the  company, as If in triumph. No one  Htlrred, Presently tho landlord pluck-  nd up courage nnd started upstairs.  Ho was followed Ilrst* by tho most  courageous, afterward by tho others,  Tho door of No. 8 was found to bo  locked. Tho landlord united to tho  man wil hln, but. receiving no answer,  ho broko It down and found tho chamber empty.  "He's been spirited away," aii������gosl-  cd the mnn with tho plain waistcoat,  shuddering.  "Didn't I toll *fou," said tho young-  Hlci' who had mado the predict Inn,  "Hint n ghost wns going around In the  flesh?  He's tho mnn doiviu-slnil'.-*."  By this lime It wns noticed tlint a  KiiHli In Ilio bedroom was open, and 11  occurred to tho landlord Hint the oo-  cMipunt had dropped out through the  window. It won no grcnt distance to  tho ground and n very easy fall.  "My friends," lio said thoughtfully.  "It's my opinion we've been robbed.  He's gono with (lie money."  Uo hurried dowiisliiliH to llnd tlio  winy man.   ITo, too, had vanished.  "Whnt say you,' friends'"' said tho  landlord, "Shall wo glvo" cIuiho to  those rnBcnlnV"  ������������������WliriH" protested Hip man -witli tho  red li**.d and green coat, "tllvo chaso  on n night liko thlnf I prefer to Ioso  tho fow shillings I contributed to curiosity,"  ."No ono hns lost very much," nald  tho landlord.   "Como. gentlemen.   Wo  PRACTICAL SOCIALISM.  SALE OF HONORS.  Old Australian . Followed'.Out1  ���������    the Doctrine He Taught.  Thoro are. many who preach Socialism, but few who practice it. in their  ���������Jally lives. Thomas Cadley, an old  man; who lived out tho last days of  his lonely lifo in." a weatherboard  r-ottage in Percy street. North Fitx-  roy, was not only true,to his Socialistic convictions, to tho.day ot his  death, but so distributed his estate  ns to, in his own words,1 benefit those  who had assisted him. to make what  monoy he possessed. '  Thomas Cadley, belter known to  many' as" "Tommy Trenton," was  once one of tlie motley band of-orators who deliver what Ihey deem to  be their message to the world from  a s*ap box or other poinLof vantage  on the Yarra-bank. He had had a  chequered career. A native ot  Birmingham, Cadley is supposed to  have' been well connected, and an  old photograph of him, young, debonair, well-tailored' and well-  groomed, is in the possession of his  friends. Few would recognize in  the worn-out old figure ot Cadley,  unkempt and neglected, the original  of.the photograph. In 1870 Cadley  held the position of foreman at tho  Frankfurt,, boot factory, at Fitzroy,  but later became a laborer and latterly did little but odd jobs. He  was, however, of a thrifty disposition, and put what money he had  saved into real estate. . lie owned  tour cottages, two at North Carlton  and two at North Fijviroy. The latter were weatherboard cottages, and  in one of these he lived by himself,  the other three being let.  It was in bis capacity as. landlord  that, he brought his Socialistic  theories, into, practice. The rents ho  asked from his tenauts were considerably less than he could have  obtained. Mr. H. J..Anderson; jeweller, who rented one of his, cottages  at. Carlton, states that bis rent, was  fully four, shillings a week below  wliat the. cottage was worth. Further, he always gave presents ,to his  tenants at Christmas, - and never  failed to remember the birthdays of  their ..children.  .. Another way in which he carried  out the Socialistic idea of service  was that every week-end be would  visit Mr. Anderson's cottage,1 and  cli'op enough wood to last his tenant  over the week, saying that Anderson  must do no work** with bis hands1  whicli might prejudice him in ^ls  employment as a jeweller.  Cadley was1 a bachelor, without  known relatives, and by' his will' he  distributed "the whole of lais estate,  valued at ������850 realty and ������49 Gs. 8d.  personalty, among his tenants and  their friends." His three - tenanted  cottr.ges he left to the occupiers.���������  Melbourne Age. "  BoOi ,1'Ai'tirs lu Britain Adi lit Trninc  ln Tides.  If there is a.ly thing creditable in  IN THE NEW HEBRIDES.  r,\Vhat Becomes of "Milk-Cans.  'Between 150.000 and 200,000  milJtcau_sJ*.m_ieiiP-'3������S^^������Ey-iLa>L^  London alone. These cans vary from  the churnt that travel by train to the,  pint and half-pint ones left outside  your door. It is not surprising, thcrc-  'forc, that many hundreds of cans are  lost each day. And milk-cans are  valuable articles, the reward for recovery alone varying from sixpence a  dozen for pint-cans to three shillings  a dozen for tw"o-quart cans.  So many cans are stolen, in fact,  that there is a Home for Lost Cans.  The Can Protection Society looks after all caus that havo gone astray,  and searches for those that have been  stolen. Lost cans are collected by tho  society's officials and- sent to headquarters, whence they aro returned  t- their rightful owners on payment  ot the proper reward. Not. only nro  tho cans stolen by boys and others  who make' a speciality of this form of  theft, but unscrupulous milkmen  don't hesitate t'* pick up a can by  mistake. Then lho society steps in  and deals with the offender.  It Is a remarkablo fact that even  big churns got lost or stolen by tho  thousand. In, fou.' years no fewer  than 10,000 drifted from homo and  were put, on tho right track again by  tho oftlclals of tho h'-mo for strayed  milk-cans.-���������Sparo Monacnts.  the trafficking in honors that Is now  the subject of au investigation in  England, it is that representatives of  both'parties frankly'^admit that titles  have been bought and sold. So accustomed have Governments been.to'  securing their . campaign funds  through the sale ot a few earldoms  or other titles lhat they havo become  careless, and it may be that'some particularly flagrant cases may, be exposed. In any event it seems likely  that the present discussion will lead  to an abatement of the discreditable  business, It will certainly make,the  pooplo suspicious and recipients of  these honors in tho future may expect to havo their claims lo Ihem  closely scrutinized. Thus public opinion itself may brlug about reform.  Those who ha-ve already been advanced to the peerage wlll be oven more  censorious than tbo average citizen,  for the fewer there arc the greater  Ib the distinction to..those who wear  them,"  The Prime Minister's bauds aro  alxays clean. He does not receive a  chock and by return mall send a  knighthood or a baronetcy. Nobody  suspects that the King, who Is the  '.'fountain of honor," aud who, theoretically, }s responsible for the distribution of titles, is ever approached  in the matter: When the business is  to bo transacted, it is done through  recognized channels. The- party whip,  who is now Mr. Percy lllingsworth)  is the agent who is supposed to arrange the affair. His predecessor was  th:> present Lord Murray, formerly  the- Master of Elibank, and it is under the latter that, the practice of exchanging titles* for cash ia said to  have becbme*,.most notorious. Parties  in England, liko parties in other  countries, require money to carry on  elections, and while1 It has not to be  assumed that every contributor to the  campaign funds' expects 3omc personal return * for his money, if he  give's a very large sum Indeed he has  a right to expect that tbe������ Government will in some way make an acknowledgement.  Let us take the case of a man of  obscure birth who has - amassed a  great fortune in trade. If he is a  Liberal, he is naturally approached  by agents of the Libera*, party, who  ask for a contribution to the party  funds.-* He makes it, and in the  course of a year has the mortification  of seeing some noted irc.de rival elevated to lhe peerag-. When he.* is  approached again lie declines to "unbelt." He did not expect a title for  himself, of course, but still, if titles  were, going, he thought that he had  as.gbod a claim on a*decoration' as  hisLtlval, who is no weaIthi'3r,^and_of  It hud died awny, moaning as It went,  thoy would order u froiili fortification  to braco thom ngnlnst the next gust.  ���������There's witches In that wind," re-  'marked ono <Jf tho purly, u mnn with  ii red bond nud n groon coal. "I can  toll 'em. IJiii'kl Whenever you hear  ,'tlioso shrieks, followed by low walls,  you mny bo suro tlio wllchos nro riding  over tho lops of the trees."  "Yob," chimed In n shriveled old man  In a -il-iiil walstcont und oxtru sized  liiicl-iix* on his show*, "and they don't  nlwnys keep rhlln' on tho I roes; sometimes thoy como down nnd got limbic  of fiomo miserable sinner. And lliey  don't; nil keep nrouiid Bnlcii) neither,  'I'lioy sny there's n girl down to Uoi-  ���������yoke Hint was cnnglil, lho other day  voinltln' crooked pins."  , "It Isn't lho witches Hint mnko a  twin's marrow fr.cos*o up," said n young-  Kiel' of eighteen, trembling uh ho spoke.  ���������i lioitul tho ot lior day Hint ti snort  -ft ns1 going round hi the HckIi."  "You don't mean It!" exclaimed the  mnn lu tho plnld waistcoat, talcing liln  fl;iy plpo from his mouth thut hi*  rhnUerinjr teeth might not blto off tlio  Hem.  "I hopo ho woijlt. como iu horo."  At Hint moment thoro wiih liourd  without u creaking and u splashing,  nnd In n few minute** tho Wprlnollolil  coach drovo tip to tho door. Among  (Huso who nliglifod wuh u man .villi  n waxy complexion und dark rings  urouml Ids eyes. As ho stalked with  it measured trend into tlio tnvorn every  ono looked nt lilm. The mnn In tbo plnld  -Miisieuut lnudu his teC'ii'S* 'nruugu ������   way nt wen orc-wii out uw,imh>iuv  Motor rimles Native*.  At Barrow's Crock, on the overland  telegraph line, notirtho centre of Australia, thero Is a $5,000 motor-cur. It  has been thoro for over,two months,  and is likely to remain some time  longer, It is tho car In* which Dr,  J, A. Ollruth, tho Administrator of  tho Northern Territory, mndo his  journey from Ciunoowenl, in Queensland. "  When tho onr reached Us present  rostlng-placo,.I>r. Ollruth had to hire  horuoB to Ret buck to Darwin, GOO or  700 miles lo tbo nor'*' lt in reported  that aborigines aro apparently much  li lorostcd lu the strange vehicle, and  thnt dusky partlOH nro arriving from  distant parts to view It. Groat consternation Ib said to liavo boon canoed whon one-or tho nntlvos, moro  vontui'OHamo thnn tho rest, Bounded  tho motor horn. Tlin nolwi cnuflcd a  filtunpeilo.���������Mi-lbou'mo Horald.  To ������ct More Vay.  Ofllcrrr. pay l������ to bo increased In  tho Indian army and it Is unld tlint  provision will be made for tlio forthcoming 'l'MdRot to moot Uio chnrgoB  Involved. Tho statement** bo persistently mado Hint tho Government  nr India did not Intend In follow up  what haa boon dono nt homo have  !.���������,,��������� r**t'r*-V' "Mb**-"- f-virirt-Mlnrt"  ThnI dfitnUB ojf tbr-lr p.chr-mo noresBar-  Ily roqulrnd vory enreful connldura-  (Ion. bnt wo understand It la now  ready for eubmlfMon to the Focrciary  of Stato,  equally humble origin. Tfip��������� next  time he gives ruon*.y he wants some  assurance that the. fact will net exactly disqualify him for any .distinctions that.are to be passed arcun-J.  The whip is approached and there is  come sort of understanding. It may  bc a definite bargain, so mi ch money  for such a date, lt may merely be  en assurance' to tin effect that our  friend will not be forgotten. It depends altogether upon who is ^he  whip and who is the prospective peer.  On the evo of the election in 1905,  when several obscure persons were  mado peers by the Unionist. Government, the most objectionable of them  is said to havo paid ?1,250,000 for  hiu.honor, and another $1,000,000.  florae baronetcies have cost their owners a quarter of a million dollars,  while others havo boon secured at a  bargain price of $50,000, . For a  knighthood as much an $150,000 has  been paid. These figures have,been  vouched for by responsible authorities, among them Thomas Gibson  Bowles, ono of the most respected of  Parliamentary veterans.  Villagers Sided Wllh Bob"'or.  A robber's marriage was rudely Interrupted by tho police recently lr a  village near Madras, Indlu. Ono Mu-  llmayandl Sucvan, who was charged  with robbery bad been evading the  police. Recently tho pollco woro Informed of bin proposed marriage  rhlcb was to bo performed In n village. They proceeded to tho ncono  and arrested him whilo ho (tho bridegroom) was riding In tho marriage  procession. The villagers thereupon  attacked tho polico, rescuing Mullmn-  vandl and H'-rlonaly Injuring some  of tho police, nnd getting -.way with  two swords and two uniforms. Tho  polico heudod by tho Deputy Superintendent afterwards surrounded tho  village uud itrrented 23 persons of  whom six have iducu been tried nnd  convicted.  Cnnnibal Islanders Bepreseut Other  Pole of Human Life.  If you tako down from your bookshelves a map of Aur ralia, you will  seo at your right hand, slightly lo  the north of the continent, a curious  sp'alter-work of dots, many of them  bearing names.       ���������*��������� ���������  Now, picture to yourself your  presont-day .life and surroundings  for a moment, with its motors, cinemas, newspapers, . society, law, aud  order���������all that go to make up.civilization. Then chango over your  thoughts, and in your mind clothe  one of these dots on the map' with  endless, inhospitable jungle.  lleiuember that this jungle shelters  men ��������� savages, it is true ��������� roaming  the forest, with big, curly wigs and  waving plumes, aud with bows and  arrows as their only weapons. He-  member, too, that they are literally  and actually cannibals.  Does It not seem amazing that  these two extremes ci\n exist to-day,  In this year of grace 1914, and within a few weeks' journey of one another?  The dots on the map represent that  groin* of Islands known as the Now  Hebrides, and only ono generation  ago there was a native population  numbering no fewer than 650,000.  To-day, since the coming of the  whites,' the, approximate census Is  littlo more than 60,000. There is a  unique form of government .known  as the Condominum, half British and  half French, and, curiously enough,  this,system as reported in The London Times, is causing dissatisfaction'  iii Australia. Indeed, wlliii l the past  fortnight it has been the subject of  many questions in the House of  Commons.  Dr. Felix Spclser in bis wonderful  book. "Two Years with tho Natives  in the Western Pacific," gives details  of his extended visit to tho New  Hebrides and adjoining 'slands, aud  describes a tour made from island lo  island.  . Here, for example, is Dr. SpclSer's  description of those, almost inconceivable persons, the modern man-  eaters:  "The, beautiful, lithe, supple bodies support a bead covered with long,  curlv hair, and the face is framed  by a long and fairly well-kept beard.  The eyes roll unsteadily. The.nose is  only slightly concave*.',-*Oie sides are  large'and thick, and their vldth is increased by a bamboo or stone cylinder'  stuck through the septum.  "Tho upper lip is generally short,  and rarely covers the mouth, which  la,exceptionally lar*re and^ wide,' and  displays a set.of teeth of remarkable  strength and'perfection. Tho whole  body is covered with a thick layer of  greasy soot."  * J,Many of tbe natives of these is-  Jand*J-ar8_employnd_upon_theJplaniai  lions of the white men', but the majority live the lives of primitive beings" In the jungle, whero the chiefs  rule with rods of iron for tbe most  part. To have killed a man, no mat-  tor in what way, is a great honor and  gives the right to wear a special  plume of white and black feathers,  INDIA HOARDS GOLD  IT IS KSTLMATED TO AMOUNT TO  $5 PER CAPITA.  Enormous Sums of Money In Coinage*  and Bullion Are Annually Secreted by Natives Who I>o Not Trust  the Banks ��������� Often Coins Are  ' Melted to Make Ornaments fo������  Women.  ronr door. Anothor nrrlvnl, tho exact  opposilo of tho xrnxy la coil mnn-n  wuy chocked young fellow-shook the  ,wet on* lilm, kicked Jhe mud off Ms  'iota ond said:  "A muff of "IP. landlord, nnd hftfliHck  ������lwut It."  Tho landlord nonltli-d bark for the  boTt-race, end tho rony cheeked roan  looked about him for a seat. The  ���������easy faced man h.id aeatc-d hltnaolf  it a table wb-mv th**ro were othera,  mdnt,  I'll brow n bowl of punch for  tlio purpose."  A coiiplo of hundred yonra hnvo passed sinco this episode look plnco In tho  tavern at Old Hadley, Tlio low build-  Intar atlll ulnnd-i on fho broad ������tr--d. Of  a windy night there In a thrashing of  branches, n nionnlng In tbo trcoa, but  the o������o of -ghosta and -wltt-hea hat  niaaed, and tho present Inhabitant!       ���������  ���������---���������-���������-,-   ,  ���������.  -..^ ������_#,  torn over InMhelr bed. wlthont ������   wr wnt. of tb������ ejelM Imported Inte  ahudder. |JaD*m  \\l..Ac rantlHv-s l?r::!"j(-J.  Among tho allvor maatera of Hhcf-  Md, Kng��������� It la rather an potabllsh-  od practlco to oncourugo tho employment of fumjllos, It Is morr  tho rulo than olhorwh-o that ������  father working In tho diver trade  wlll appronllre hia rhlldrcn lo thai  trade aa thoy arrivo at working ufo.  lirltUh (*7cIp*.  llrlllah  manufactnrora aupply 90  An ArtiMl's Snd Task,  Cuton Woodvlllo, the Knglliili war  artl'it, painted a Itirgo rquoKtrlun portrait of Ilo Kmperor Krodorlck of  Cormany in Ihn hand'tomo whlto uniform of (hn Imperial (luurds, with the  nuiKnllk'oiit golden hulmot crown od  by the silver hokIh. In bin "Ilnndotn  nocollcctionH," Woodvlllo nnys: "It  wnu a sad inck. I painted tbo portrait shortly after tho nmporor'i  death, and tho eniiveni* wns vory par-  tlcilur nbout tbe color and ohapo ot  his oyoi*. Sho i-oro a branelot wlt'i  a mlnlaturn of ono;of his eyes palnt-  .*!,* nr* ivory in n ft-ndiMlnn l-furi H  Alio Hlood besldo mo for hours holding iho brucolot ho thai 1 cotilit kco  It In the boat light mm not mlsn any  of the di'talli."  llucklngbnut Welt (luarded.  ��������� ������T,,1 I I    .        T'I..,-       .  -   I        II-     t    -,..,,  V, *.���������*.-.v v*.'.. ���������.������."-*������ -���������*** ������������������'������ ������������������**��������� ;  hold aro aaleep In Hucklngham Pol-J  aro thero nro men wbo never rent.  They aro tho firemen who patrol Iho  pttlaco continually during lho nigbl  with keys which wlll onablu thorn to  opon any room In which flro li aui-  pi-cli**!. No olte* it better guarded  against fire than Hucklngham Palace.  (PolUriu  lien*   collar*  -manufactured   It  England  *v������ry jraar number about  JO.OnO.OnO.  A Fish and Its Young.  The kangaroo has always seemed  to have the monopoly of thatpon-  venient way of carrying its babies in  a pouch, but it has been discovered  that a"fish has tho same useful re-  ceptable, which it uses for tho same  purposo. The pipeilsh, as it is called  from tho length of its jaws, has a  pocket on the under sido ot Its body  nearly half its length. It Is found  in the male species only and is the  only part of Its body which is unprotected by large flat plates, which  takes ihe. place of scales in Us protect! vo armor.  If u pipefish is taken from the water and its littlo ones shaken out of  the pouch back Into tho water they  always ceom either unable or disinclined to run away. Put If tbe falher  la placed in the water again, all the  small llsb Immediately swim back Into tho pouch. These curious little  creatures havo prehensile tails, which  thoy uso to hold on U tlio seawcod  to,prevent themselves being carried  away by tbe tide. Tho pipefish Is  similar to tho small oel, being about  a foot in length and un inch In thickness. Hut, unlike the. eel, It hns a  very long jaw and, tho peculiar defensive,, armor already mentioned,  To .Settle Dispute.  Tho African frontier queictions b*-  twoun ('.rent   llrituln   and Germany  will, ln all   probability,   he soUlo-i  shortly.  Tho fact that such u sot tic  mont was In uonliimplallon Ih probably the basis ."or a series of tonu-  what exiu'Rcralod statements which  havo   been   published   abroad, mni  liavo led to thu belief that some com-  prohetiHlvo  tiirrllorlul  exchange   bo  tweeu Ureal,   flrltnln   and Gormany  wan included  In  lho Anglo-Herman  negotiations thut have been In pro-  groEH for Bonn time.   Such Is not tbf'  ctBo, nnd tho iillorutlon of boundar>  n-fnrri'd to haa to do only with the  ���������vork and   r**com*n*'nda'lona   uu   tc  renllflcatlon arising out of the lab-  on of tbo Anglo-German IJoundarj  Cotntnlaalon which waa delimiting the  frontier somo yearn oro.  Died on the Job.  It In somewhat  romarkable  114.. Ulni. ulittttu ,;i.t.tt..uif  wl   ������������������������*������������������ ������-**  \V. (M'tT-i-c-*. van V1P������.l In ������ nnvul nr-  tlon. Ilfn dntloa wero those or a nor.-  retary to the Connnnndor-ln-Chlol  and, as audi, ho urcouipanlcd thi  Duke of Albormarlo to ma in ItiiiG  and w/ih killed on Juno 1, Ills officii-'  fttAary 'ttM *t lit at tti, tU.ii^*.^* *>**.-*.  nubBoquently o-e pound a day, ou:  ot which lm paid ) Ib elorkr.  Offoru Fin������ View to Cook.  Thn   following   unlquo   adverr.li-*  ruent  appeara  The report of the Royal Com mis-, "    _,  sion   on   Indian   Finance   and   Currency, settles some controversies aud  starts others, but it does not clear up   .  the mystery of the hoarded gold of  India. , '..  From lime immemorial India haa  absorbed gold us a sponge absorbs  water. The flow ol gold io India hns ,.  always continued. In the last twelve  years she has received ������13-5,000,000  In gold, partly sovereigns and partly  in bullion, In addition to enormoua  quantities of silver, lt aH"goes���������lnlo  the country, but very little ever  comes out. Lord Rothschild observed somo years ago that he had noticed that none of the smooth gold bars  sent to India from Great Britain ever  came back. Whal happens to. thla  great stream of precious metal,  which continually .disappears like  those rivers In desert" lands which  lose themselves underground?.  The testimony  ot exports is most  conflicting.   Some say It Is boarded,  while a few aro ready to prove by a  formidable array ot statistics that It  cannot be extensively hoarded. Thoso  who believe that   India  possesses   a.  vast store of hoarded treasure1 make  lhe wildest guesses at its  probable,     ,  total.  The most popular estimate of  the hoarded wealth of India puts the  total at ������300,000,000, which   would  amount to ������1 per bead of the population;  but some credible estimates  are far-higher.   The experts quarrel,  again, about  the  probable   effect ������f  India's absorption of gold upon the  world's    money    markets    and    the  prices of commodities. Some say tbat  all gold using countries benefit thereby, whilo others, such as Sir Edward  Holdcn, appear   to   hold' that   "th*  drain of gold to India" is a potential '-  menace.   The commission, while.de-  dining to   endorse   either   of these  mutually destructive contentions, has  declared In effect that an increased  use of gold in India should not in  future be encouraged by tbe Govern-    ���������  menl,  but.India already seems disposed to resent the recommendation.  Whether gold is hoarded in India    ,,  or not' is really a question of terms. ,. .  AH.nations  board gold upon  occa-   ,  Rion. ,If Englnad was threatened with  a great war to-morrow wo may depend upon it that there would be a  rush of those people who possessed  J)olh^oresighUand__aJl).alanceJLn_Lh9 ^_  bank. It is estimated that during th*  Balkan crisis the peoples, of Central  Europe1 obtained and hoarded ������60,-  000,000 in gold. India has been subjected to repeated Invasions and innumerable internal wars, aud her  people have never completely lost  their hereditary sense of Insecurity.  Hanking facilities are still sparse, and.  it would be surprising if Indians did  not hoard.  Hut hoarding does not necessarily  mean- burying in tlio ground or concealment In the roofs of houses,  though these practices are doubtless  extensive. Mr. J. M, Keynes, a member of iho commission, tells a story  of a Brahmin In Eastern Bengal who  even hoards currency notes In his  roof. Onco a week lie retires privily  and spreads them out In tho sun to  remove tho damp. A very largo proportion of tho hoarded wealth ot India is, however, Intbo form of goU  and silver ornaments, lt la Into these  ornaments that tho bulk of the bullion and sovereigns, as well aa much  of the silver disappears,  One often sees In tho bazaar of t,  prosperous Punjab, town littlo boya  naked savo for ouo insufficient garment, but glittering with sliver orna-  montfi. The girls aro far moro lavishly laden. Tho frequency of child  murders In India Is almost entirely  duo to motives of robbery. With th*  growth of prosperity gold ornamcnti  are largely replacing sliver ones, especially among adults.. Ono wKnesa  told tlio commission thnt at the Am-  rltsar fi'.lr well-to-do !ij*rlciilturisl������-*  who formcly wore necklaces of rupees, aro now seen wlllr-strlngs of  sovereigns round their ncckfl,  K, Is lho women, however, upon  whom Ro'al ornamentn nro ���������chiefly  lavished, and Iho enus-i la partly  found In tbe Hindu law of Inheritance. A Hindu cannot alienate any  portion of his property, either by will  'or by i*lft, to hia wlfo or any of th* "  femiiln m'cnihora nf his family, ills  inalo heirs aro novortlielpss precluded  liy lnw from claiming Jewelry or or-  nuiuontH given by him t'i bin fninnlt  relatives, These remain the property  of thn women, and this curious custom, which In a very old ono, account  for much of tho prevalence of hoarding In India-.  Mr, Rundnra Iyer, a Madras cron-  omtBt, says that with tho aprr-ad ot  weolcm Ideas Illndua now feci It  their duty to mako a bettor provision for tholr wlvoa and daugbtnrs  and other femalo rclatlvoB. Tho insult hat been an enormoua Incrcane  In lhe molting of Bovcrelgna to mak������  gold ornamcnti*.  <j������.'u   utllmUH:litri   UK)  Hilt,   UOVitHJ,  Ttititlf only an n prfi-rWon fcr lb* wo  men. Thr������y nro a ronvenlnnt method  of guarding ugnlniit a rainy day, and  thnv inc. particularly popular with  prospective bankrupt!. Mr. Iy������t  (juolcn iho rapo ot a mercllanl who  ���������(���������IUM).    ill   no* \riirt ti'nl 'in  i'v-WMI   \iiM  ^hu bad rdvon hln wlfo Jewelry an-i  ornarnisiiiH to th������ valu*- of out fCftO,-  '000, bul. under I'm law the in-diton  ;eould not iel/c a sin .le cf than  !anielaft,  that  In   a London   ncwn  "A Rood cook li offered a magnl  iVff-l vb'w trnm kltf-hen window o  aln thoroughfare with -rom-tanl ar  rn;  rflit?, small acrldcnta, nmbulan-n  (alia, and other int������*r������sllnr lnrW������*nt-  af all lioiira of day and evening."  Ha*ml M-iitWi *���������*.  In  Ib'tK.n-*   thpr.'   bin*-  ������������������any ycart *  i������*rnpb  jand 'it' I*. on������<  'and it  I-* on������< of  buildlnri-   ib'-rf-.  flrabma hold (hb> i\  thi-  Tl."  br������n   fot  fur   in or hey i*  III.is      ������������������Mtl}  i'.|!ii������(i'    (tf  lit-   'I r  wAirf^jt^j^..������,.v>.v.y --* '������������������rA'''-������,'-������-^*^"^-*^*-*ffiii^f-^ i-:T%i*,;7vl^'v*K^*nT'^'"v*gw''-"M"***  SALE   OF,  -of-  Gurtain Muslins, Lace Curtains  TKV. NEWS, CTTMB^RJ.AMl) .BKITISH; COLUMBIA,  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  r'm-tahi Net, regular QOc now  *15c per yd  i uitnuv   *Nei������ reijular 40o  now 80c per yd  Curtain Muslin,   i������gu!ar   30c now 20c per yd  0'.irtaiu Mnsl:n,   regular   iiHc.7. now 17c per yd  A "nod line of Luce Curtains in  Kcru  and  White, ranging fioni *i ou lo 55.00 per pair,1 at r-^rd ofl  trJ>  Uie rut  Mci'hc* nioo-K, a. M6KINNON  re  Cumberland"  '. *-tM-.jr������  -*MJ������JU"������ fc.*-.*"*.**;--^* '*U.-������������--������V: A^lJ^������^J-������1V������fCi,'-������-������.M"-������������*,���������������  .  SM1LKS  ��������� Mac'Vm'cVies as i'o'.'i-'u s:---  MORL* 01*  MARY*  At Maiv and her livilc lai.ib  .   Wc of*L'n usal L) i.uiyii.  -,   And new (hat .she has si.1 shed  Ikt bkin,.  Wt'iv laughing; al hei calf.  SOUKTinis.Ci WRONG  The motor car was siamling  v.*.-:v still by tin* roadside, like  Many Talc's in 'his sketch,  ������������������Ti on iih- ? " asked a bystander.  '���������Vcs.M -'What power car is  i*. ?" '���������!��������� oily-horse,"' ������������������ What  *rcin.s '.0 be ihe matter with it ?''  VWVil. from ihe way she acts, I  .should s.vy Thai thirty-nine oi  ihe Lo-.ses were dead..'1   tf .-  Watch out- for the "Hub's"  lu-w adyenisement on- the'-back  1> 11'e oi this issue.  CANCELLATION   OF Rlv  SlCRVlv  _    ^:MM'KR SCHEDULE.  Trains will arrive at Cumberland from Union liny at S.-'iO on  TncsJiiy, Tliuis-j-nv  and Satiiriiny  .<���������*. cmini):., mihI will leave I'm' Imu<mi  I', iv Wedn.'flhiy   and   Friday at 7  "i 1 tin* nioniiiip;, ninl mi Saturday  :i* 0.3b in llm evening. Thi'.ri*, i*-  111 e!i:injjre iii t.ho   8. S. Cowichan  M'li ''lule.  NOTICE IS J1KUEBY GIVEN that the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in, the Ihil'ish  Columbia Gazette on' the 27:11  day of December, 1907, is can  celled in so far as it relates lo  lauds covered by 'Expired Timber LicL'use No 42936 - f-ud  known as Lot No. 374, S.iy.ward  District; and lhat. the said lands  will be opened* for staking for  pre-emption as uusurveyed lands'  in compliance with the provisions of the "Laud Act" at 9  o'clock in the forenoon ou Tuesday, August ir, 1914. For  further information <*pply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,"  through whose office u all applications must be made.  U.  A. Ren wick, '  Deputy Minister of Lauds,  Lauds   Department,'  Victoria.  B. CM June 10. 1914,  ,   AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's'BKKR"  ���������    ���������  Wholesale Dealers ' iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  v. '  SECOND   STREET        1  .���������M;^<^Jr*'MS"V^Ki^1W<^������t  *A*e>ti***&s**fltP***\**,*&*simJ.  THE "CANADIAN.BANK  - OF* COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN A1RD. Ass't General Manose*-  GflTAl, SI 5,000,030    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  ���������H  'OREIGN BUSINESS  This Bank offers unsurpassed facilities to those doing; business with  foreign countries. It is specially equipped for the purchase and. sale of  Sterlii-if .'ind'other Foreign exchange, drafts and Cable Transfers, and  for tlie financing of imports and exports of merchandise.    '    ".  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders,1 Travellers' Che-  qucs and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable.rates. , S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH,.. W. T. WHITE, Manager  ft Good Bottle of Pilsener  '' with your dinner makes you. eat better,,sleep  better,   feel  better.  PILSENER BREWING CO,, LTD.  ���������  also distributers for U.B.C ancl .Newlif-S Beers, Nanaimo  imiiiii  3  S3  si  ������������������������������S@������GXs)"^^ ������^������������C������)������������������������������������^Js)*iXs*^jW^^vS),"-  TRY      <HI]B'  THE        ii*J"  for    youi1   Sundas,  Sodas, Ice   Cream,  and    Confectionery  FRUIT, CIGARS,  TOI5ACCOS  KOT1CB  CiKuhejland KW'ctri*.* Light  (.'()'���������.��������� office hours, .fumi 10th, 9  a m. to 6 p. 'in , also Tuesday,  Thli:.sd;iy * and fc-uturday. - Pay  ,;ill b;iis al office', corder .Der went  Avenue aud First St, Ten per  ccr.l discoiuii allowed From 15th  ni 251'n. inclusive."  MCWlNCi   MAC MINKS    RK ���������  l'AIRKD  Th'.* Singer A������;c*nl   is   around  < verv niouth.    heave vour   or-  t f *���������*  d.'isat   the   Munbcrland   News  ���������* i lli'-.e, and tliey will he attended  ii. juoinji'ly 'Alien th"   a<.;eut ar-  1 ;ves in I own.  "Willie" ���������'  ������������@ 3*5)������������������������������������������������������������������-^^  Mrs. George Yarrow and Mrs.  Schofield and children, of Nanaimo, are on a' visit to their rel-  '������  ������  1 Wood    Wood!  I      'Wood '���������    t  Wood  ������    Now is the. time to place , ������  $)    yonr  order   for    SLAB %,  %          "      WOOD            " .%  %    $2,50  ,������  ������  per double load    ������  <a)  ft)  (?)  ������  Kroin The  I Star Livery Stables f  The first  shipment  of our spring, stock  of  Shoes have arrived in  Men's Tan and Black Button  I/adies- Tan, Gun Metal, and *  Navy-Blue Suede im  Lace and Button ���������'  Watch for our Sale of Odds'and Ends' after  Stock-Taking  XX  *  i   OO TO-  IIUGH MITCHELL  l-'Oli   YON!  Genl Biacksmithing  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Cmiihi'rliuiOL  ���������*!! 1'1'WM.'  ii ....  S-������> wiiril  lainl   l'ii'i"'n-.  I>i������-1-it*t ill Siyv.it 1  TAKK NOTICI'. tl.iii, .lu -i.i) it ������f  l |.|,i" Snivi-i';. * t..,i*, ',. *-.. , -...,..''. 1.,  f. iiui-r inti'ilH In i.|nil;. fur p niim i������*i  I 1.1 rt'luihu the f. lluuiiii! <'���������������> i! il r> 1 litin!-.;  .en <n< 1 (ii j.' ut 11 J><������ 11 l.nU'il t -ii c1 uitH  fir������* *'r llwicifltll Lik.', 1111 I i.i i.f I'.I! I..  {'��������� |!|l Nil. !71, tlu-tji.' U'M'Jl .in*-v������f'l t.  i.'.<i:" . I In.-"; th.:������e I ' *: ������������������*��������� t IA���������>'  1 n t* .iil'i-iiol-ri/ flir i'li.if, f.unli'iii  ,. -i * lo tli** ir.|i-r-*'"i* I''. .- 'imlim  , t ,,, in |) r** I'.H" 111 U"i *. <!.' .������'.- 11 <ili  ,. if . nip imt * ri *"'" ������'��������� ' ��������� "��������� ������������������' i-i " J  ion tn-i etiiUtii 1 uud e 1 ��������� .ii ; Iiv !-">!  ii   *.���������*  /���������"���������*';���������( v /������������i������'"  Lftiii ti Ai>|.)ic4tit  ^^4, Ji.v IXTMi. W'A  There was a man. it was said  ���������   que time,  Who went astray in his youth-'  ful prime:  Can the brain keep cool and the  - heart keep quiet  When the hlood is a tiver that  is running1 riot ?  Aud hoys will be boys, the-old  folks say,  And the,man is the better who.s  had his day.  The sinner leformed; aud lhe  preacher told  Of the Prodigal sou who came  back to the fold,  Aud Christian people threw open  tlie door  With a wanner welcome than  ever belore.  Wealth and honor were his lo  command,  And a spotless woman gave him  her hand.  Aud llie world strewed "heir  pathway witli 'blossoms  a bloom,  Crying, '-God Bless ludye, and  (���������rod bless groom ! "  There was a maiden who went  astiay  Lu the golden dawn of her life's  youug day;  She had more pnssion awl heart  Hian head,  And she followed blindly where  fond love led.  Aud love unchecked is a danger  ou.i guide  To wander ������U will by a fair girl's  side.  The woin'iin repented and turned  troni .sin,  IV.it no duov opened to Ici licr  iu.  The preacher prayed that she  ..." .in l���������. f.irniviMi.  Hut told her to look for mercy���������  in heaven.  Kor this is the law of the earth.  we know:  That 'he  wmiuu   is  stoned,  vl-il'* tue iii-iii may j--*,  \ brave iii.v.: ^verified her after  all,  Hul the world .said fr.wuinjj,  Wc shall not cull.*'  ���������Kllrt Whoclcr VVUfiW  atives,   Mr.   and   Mrs. ��������� "George  Yarrow, of ihis city.   -T^ -. '���������'  Mr. and Mrs. Pi P. Harrison  went over the road by auto to  Victoria on last Saturday morning; they were accompanied by  Mr. J. J. Wier, of The Cumber  laml'NKWS.  Work is progressing rapidly  on the interior of the new op-era  house; it is au imposing building and does credit to"' its pro  motors ������.s well as helping to  beautify our main thoroughfare-  IN THE COUNTY. COURT OK  nXnaIMO 110LDKN "AT  _:-- , NANAIMO.   *' '  ���������o���������  '"   NOTICK.    .  This is to notify the public,  that A, Valkner, of Cnmbevlaw1,  H C, ti an authorized repre  seutative and local manager foi  the H. C Life Aspurancc (lo .  aud any business transacted by  him will be accepted by the  company.  Ray Anukkson,  Provincial Manager,  IN THE MATTEII OK" Henry  Richardson Shnliz, deceased; in-',  testate, late- of , Strahdliy, Rupert  District, H. C. .';...  ". .' ' ��������� AND .  IN THIvMATTEK uf the ������������������O.-lli-  eial Administrators Act.1,  TAKK NOTICE that hy order of liis Honor Judge l'mrke.r,  niudi** on the 10th' day of1 June  I014-. 'I- ' was appointed Administrator of tlio. K.slale of th<-  ftbovti-inenlioned deeoasud, und all  parties having chums against, the  said estate are hereby required lo  furniisli same, p/operly vorilii'd, to  me on* or before tho.lutli day uf  July IdLI, AND all 'par.  tie.-, indebted to -"iiid estate, are ro-  ijiiiiwl to July tlie. aniunnt of their  iiidebteilni'SM to me  forthwith.  Dated this lOtli day of June  10 U. "   ���������' .  W. Wi'SM-y Wn.r.M-in,  Oilieiul Adiuiuisti'ivtor,  Uuinbei'laud, H. Ci.  T  6i  ���������rr**  BAL"'Bi  Next to Tarbellu.  McRae,/Aoton, Hay man  a  a  w  ���������fl  a :  lainii'miniiViiiDi'iiitiHiiiinTO^^^^  LiijiiiiiliBinilijMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim  1 -    '���������    ~~ * *        .  . ^������������������ ���������-   * , *������  S   Capital. Paid Up $U,560,000:'  Rosorve $13,000,000  FOR SALE CHEAP-A live  room cottage, oil Puitfilh Avenue,  Apply ut .Ideal Store.  The "Booze" Has Him-  He Can't Quit!  ' "Ilu''in p ilupp, a liiiiliioiinuin, or b M'ligc-caniiir,  with fimiiij (hvuiiilciit u|iou liim b..liovin("in l.im. 'liu-  worl I !��������� iim-iyiiiii-tin llu, It JnlK*3*rliy oxpcrlouen. It  Iukhvh him for 1111 liiib luul (puukunl nml it hrnnil-i him  it' hcymitl li.tjM���������do(iuu> I.   Hut tliat, limn u 11 qui I���������  Yes, He   CAN .Quit--nnd  In  Three Days, Too !  A-Mi'iM-*--.* in NOT 11 iUho'iho. Tiiu fJiillin dlitiuui  sis h h Ini to 11 ���������..VHtom Hint ouri't", and euroi i������> miiih*ti-  iii. ;������'*. ������'..������!,.���������>, .... hyY'-'d "f'toriu'it ���������infoi-Hoiif���������1'i-t. i������**  tyi.i>Ucnt ti'oA vivicy mul htrlitil infldiiiiiiH Mm  ONhY TU HKK DA Vs. Tin, 11. if Oin ���������..������������������i--* in utr ���������������; u,  pli-t", in not Hiin-iUitorv to ji tiout a������-i! mi ho iut'tri-Ml-  nl in iii ii, trvcry cent ptll l������ rcfunnoil wlUiuiit queHtion  nr ci'iiiinuiit,  This is NOT a Gold OurP -It ir-  The Only Real, Permanent Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Walt-  Write or Call Now Today.  I.; The ;Ro#al Banlt of Canada. ;���������}  ll)UAPIS   ISSUED   IN   AN.Y..'CU[lllKNCY,   PAYABLE   Ml |:  |. OVER   THE    WOULD. .     ���������:.������������������, |  ������ .SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVIN (IS ACCOUNTS & ii.tereat f  1   at hiirheVt Current IVnies alhiwi-il on Deposits of sf.l nnd upivufds,  3  CUMBERLAND, B.,0 , Branch', Open "Daily      D, M..Morrison, Mgr.  I        UNION "PAY, B.O, Branch, Cjehlniy/    F. Botworth, "fc'gr.  1  COURTENAY,   B. 0 , Branch,  Open Daily R. H. Htiidwick,  ItTirr  'f  %iiiiiiiiuiii������uiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiii|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iw  S  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  k  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  HtM*i*umM*La*Mnm*rim*m  ���������lhwt it--"--rr*--**-"' ���������"'' ii*t*J*iim*ti**i**  M.   BOf-lO^fl:  ik***n*k\^M atmti**  Manufacturer of MINEBAL WATER  rmwi-Jtrmcve **i*-*mu  V. 0. BOX 182  PHONE SO....  CUMBERLAND  Place Your Fire Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  --of London, England���������  t - _l   .J-    -IHL-   ���������   LU -    .     in--|,.      j 1 - 11 11    ���������     ���������    OT 1^ 1 **-������������������������  <Ti;oiiipo������cttlc.:nonts" Our Motto.  Jnminry 8lh, Kiro in New \V<-Hti-ii-iitor, mljuttet) J������������u������ry ICthj"  Clidiitin covoiinj; fc������i������������, given Jnnuary lltli*  February i2tli, Firo \-\ Onmli-rliiuil���������Kr* il Onotl, oHourflil, mljiutoil 1'ob. I8t'.i j  \;i.<*i41,-.u *-;:*.*: iv1;. 5!.vt.  Apiil 2n*.l. Fiir������ In Nanniinn. mljiihtml April 3rd; Choqua ioif,t April 20tU  April'29th, Fire lu Victorii, ailjiiBtoil ind settled Mny 3rd  Phone 54UQ  140t For: Street  W. R Ramsay  Agent,       Cumberland, B. C.


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