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The Cumberland News Jun 17, 1914

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 .    ^. W.-V-- "fl"  .',?������*? -iSJJi'iii-^i  ^-'���������yiyn.c  A tiOUt'n"1 DeVOtea Esoedally. to the Interests of Comox butrlct.  The N'kws^Twun'ty Fxr'st Vlaii  , CUMBERLAND,-B. C, WEDNESDAY/ JUKE 17, zoid'  mtrrvanm niMi.-wnca  SunscRirTioK $i.ooa Ykar"  "       '.'���������'������������������-.  '-'-���������'   ���������   -  '   1  ������  naval architects!  .The..findings of   this 'Couferj-I ^^stival-' will   b  A Strawberry and' lee  Cream  e   held . on   the  <&  f  I ERE  the 1  is'an ���������opportunity right at  )eoinnino- of th  c season  to  save money.  * For a few days"we will offer  our entire Millinery', Stock at a discount'of 25c off every dollar  e.awajt   ratification  'by   oi.ir.| ^resbyteri-aii  Tennis   Court   on  ������te    We strongly urge tlia', ,1.!,������_ veiiii'jT ol Jnnn 19-.I1,   from  euce  S ii'i  in view of the recent, .disaster,  our'Government -should incorporate a clause making some form  of inner skin obligatory on nil  s'lipscanyingmnre than a certain number of passengers.���������  Scientific .American,  6.30109.30.,    i:c there and low  er>onr  tenipeiaiure,   and   take  the big* bulge   off  your pocket-  book.   -  ' It is fifty years since the 1. O.  0., F. was first established in  British Columbia.    There   were    1  1 ���������"-H n 1 11 V"    1  Mr  -Ta.ncs ilavwoi'th will UvtJ;11^0 ������',,d   ������'   ^U   fiHy-eiglit  " iodgei* in active . work,    with   a  berland,   where .he    "will *" lmvi'.!",eniheiLsl,ip of   over  7o������o,-and  lodge?,  .of    over  A  To  Chance   .Not  Be     Missed  A DOLLAR" SAVED IS A  DOLLAK : EARNED..' : :  & Company,* L\eme<  11*5" a  Lost Through Insufficient Subdivision  h> S*3������S33������3s^^ .  ,ct'''a**sl^i���������'taa2rtvam-vit������*rrrT-iz.? mjatyrm,  she could Imvo sus'aincd ��������� tlio  bl-)\v of -the'' collier ������������������Storstad".  without being sunk, and indeed  without- any serious lisk of b.:i. g  sunk. The moment the siem of  tliccolliei touched tiie side ol"  the "Empress of Ireland," it  was twisted aside, and 'the bow  was so greatly blunted that it  would never (had the ship been  the (*Acquitauia") have crashed  th rough the eighteen feet of  coal in the" blinkers and reached  the inner skin.  In the presence1 of tin's ghastly  repeliiiou of the ������������������Titanic", disau  ter let us keep our e\es on the  big facts. Ihese hapless people  [nigh a thousand ol" llieui] were  ���������drowned because lhe ship was  not built uusiukable--aud it is  perfectly possible to build slfips  so well subdivided that they can  not be sunk���������cci lainly not in  fourteen mi'uulcs���������-by collision,  The ������������������limprcss of In-hmd,"  like  "Tlie loss of the .'Titanic' with  x 500 souls was due, as we show  ed at the   time, ' to * insufficient  ��������� subdivision. Tlie rupture of the  outer skin permitted the water  to fill the ship from side to side,  iu   the   compartments   affected.  . An inner skin laid upou the  IVantes, or iu the form of the iu-  'ii r wall of coal, hunkers built al  ong tlie  side ot the ship,  would  have kept her afloat long enough  i'or all   the passengers to be sav-  ,.a\ by rescuing"shi|,s.   '  Since the disaster, the '���������Olym-  jic,'" M'stor to the '���������Titanic." has  b.-en made a safe shipVby t.;e  construction of au inner water  ti^ht skin some three feet iir  from the outer shell of the ship,'  Tlu- ill-fated '-LC in press of Ireland," which was sunk "in the  ���������Si. Lawrence, on lhe 29th of  Mny, with,the loss of nearly one  thousand souls, as the result of  heiiig rammed by a collier, was  built under the, same (unity  Hoard , ol Trade rules under  w iich 'he ������������������Titanic'' was built.  ���������S e was provided wiih nine  transverse   bulkheads;   but she  ��������� jtssestqd no side longitudinal  bulkheads, nor had she any inn  er skin. When she was pierced  by the bow of the collier, (he  water was. free 10 fill ihe' 654  fool width of the compartments  affected, The iu-rush of water  whs so, rapid that the ship began  at once to list heavily, and iu  iv/iiiUxu minute.-, ihis 20,000 ton  ship had enpized and gone to the  bo torn,I  1 so happens that we publish  in 'his isstif, live plans of a ship,  llu* "Aquiiaiiin,"- yy\ylQ\} m.,*.cs  he uiui leu vo>age lo New Yoik  thi.sweek, whose construction,  with ������idc bunkers, js such   that  l/ulysinitli'oii Tuesday for Cuin-  ho will ha vi<  charge of the 1 o\v picture tlieatu,.  and also tho ,*'i'G au Ourtonu'*'.  Tho Lndysmilh. houso with, which  MK 1 lay worth has so long -beou,-  a?sucia'to'd, -will continue , imder:  tin- siitm- iiKuiiigoineut.���������Natini-*  m > Herald, v       -   *     *  twenty, five Rehekah  with a membership'  2,500.  Calgaty.June 12.���������On the oil  .exchange jesierday 25,057���������sliares  eluuigcd hands, the money paid  over -'.mounting to 879,106.  This was a record,  We hear that  a couple of men  were doped  011  Saturday  night,  and relieved of their cash.    The  home of a* lesident   of; No.   8  ..   Cnihjy was-visited   ami'a   lar<*<e  A GOOD MAN GONE     .' s,m ol* lnoiloy lllkcil  ...     "   WRONG-'  It makes you feel badly when  you hear of an; .old-timer and one  of lhe'"privileged ones," going  wrung, , \ve were' surprised,and  deeply grieved to hear lhat one  of thom lias soNa.r strayed- from  the.path,of recii'ude, and basso  far forgotten his early ..Sunday  school tmining, 'as' to . try* aiid  Tango himself inlo a bank at a'  very early hour in the morn in o-.  The only- excusi that; ,ca*i be  niadc-for-tliis ���������c61d-timer,--is1 .that  .tlie ;*l)ailon  Tango   Cocktails,'''  must have been  too "strong, ox  that the   -booze" has' liim���������he  can't quit.   ���������  We."refer this.bad old   mau.-l'.,'H"-1.ahJ������g a total Of ,4,202 -persons,  the advi rlisetneui' ou   the   bad  page, with tho iiuk-x finger.  ^MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  J) THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE.1'  ist**V<������**Vw������  ���������In Hot -Weather-  '���������   -KEEP.   ���������-'  The following.a\j the dinien"  srious of the ue\y Ciinardor ���������:Aqui-  tania:";. -Length,90; feet'; beam;  97 feel; depth, 93 feet; Gross  ton nage, 47,00 j-tous���������, Displacement, at 36 feet draft,, 53',oc.o  ;tons." The "'A^uitania'1 can-its  6,0)0 tons.of coal'iii' her L linkers,"  aud lias-provisions' and accomodations for 61S. first-class,'614'  second-class,"-"' 1.998 ihird"c]a's  passengeis, and a crew   of   972.  \*      POUCK COURT.  Joseph Chcsppe w'as aricsled  on warrant by city constable  Ward at an eaily hour Monday  "morning, and charged with point-  ing'a loaded Revolver at one  George Uni ley, in a btdroom of  Hie i\ew Knglaud Hold. ' Ches-  ppe pleaded guilty and was sentenced by Mflgisinitc Hickle to a  line of ������50 and ' costs or ' Ihirty  days imprisonment. The ma-vis  trale ordered that the revolver be  cou fi scaled.  he "Titanic," was a safe ship,  judged by the llritish Hoard of  Trade require.1 cuts as to safety.  Mul at the lime bf her construct  ion tlie safely requirements of  the llritish Hoard of" Trade wete  ridiculously itiadquale They nl  lowed a ship to fill two adjoining compartments aud bring the  lop of her bulkheads lo within a  foot or two ol the water, and  pronounced her snfe when iu  that condition. Whether the  "Kmprcs.s of Iteland" filled innrf-  than two compart incuts we do  not know at the present writing;  but we do know thru it took  just fourteen minutes to Feud  her to fug bolloin.  It is a iuatlcr bf deep regret  that the great Jnleruationul Cun-  ferenc-c which sat for several  mouths, last winter, in London,  did uot make the provision of an  inner skin oblign 1 r,. i |yv  left it to the judgment of the iii  dividual   companies   u...l   their  Six of our public school teachers have 1 c s giied, We uuder-  s','Hiid that niter the present  lerut, the city coiindl will not  pay in exeess of the riven mills  lax, for school pm poses. This  will be a move in ihe right direction, nud wiil force lhe government (b do considerable more  than it is doing in financing oui  school, if it is to bo kept up lo  tho present standard. Thisdty  has worried and beeu in poverty  lomj enough in tryhig to accomplish au impossible task. The  lwrdiT we 1 ry to get out of this  school inii", t'te deeper we get  into" it. Let the government  have it try at the financing' and  worrying. Fa ery year a depir  tritinii nnrtf to VictC",in tc a:!; thi.  governint'iit if it uonld pli-...-.*, U  so kind and condescending, as tn  give us money enough 10 !;eep  our school going, aiid then come  hack, aud try to pay idiot  salaries with ������������������hot air'' am  promise's. It fs time the ra'c ���������  payers of this town ctied quits.  Soo our Ladies'   Parasols  in   a  variety of odors and choice quid-  . i'ty.,   Prices'#11 00,   U.5(b, $5.50 -  Children's ���������Parasols  at $1.00  Summer  Beverages���������  Slower'*-   Lime Juie-u, Cordial, *  quart botlh'F���������this is the sweeten-,  ed preparation���������--lo'}'.  -    Slower'!*    l.'iisweetoneil     Lime  Juice, quarts���������J fie.  ' '  Col um bin  13iand   Lime .Juice,  quarts���������-o'Jc.^  .    Hiispberi-y  Vijicgar, pints���������f>0e  ,. WeldiV (ir.ipe Jiiiee, pts-���������lOc.  W'-ldi'sGiiipe Juiee, qts ���������-.75c.   ,,  ���������   Nin'bl an<i -H-m* 'Wheel .Lwiion-  adc in  tin:.1���������'lo,'.  orsian Slienjie!..  -������r> ���������  Vaii Horst is tj hang at ,Now  Wcsuninstor on August 19, ' for  the murder of.'.u -.Jipims*, but  Hungimin ICIlis will not be idle  in the ln'oaiitiiuii," lie, is now on  hi' w.iy to Halifax " where litis to liiimi Silci Soli on June l!J,  and 011,1.1 line 23 ho hangs, Aineinil  Zemin ilu at Pictou, N. S,, Ou  June 27 ho will officiate at tho  Imaging of lUru 111 inn Hciiuifciomi,  and 011 J uuo f)0 hu is ��������� to huni** Al**  irofoiiio' Doni*xtone. ICIlis next  date is at Winnipeg, where ho  will hung Ivriifohenl-o lor tl.o,1-**1' '')0 1,eac'1  niiirderof lho luiinan-er of the  Dunk of Moiilronl at Plum Coulee,  After r.n.ithei' hanging o'ght days  I.nor, KUis will reltirn to i\ew  WoBlmiiistCM'uud rest until An  gust 10.  Seasonable   Fruits  Always in Stock  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  JHE^CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone" ro:     ...    ��������� ,       P. O. Box 100 |  it&mw& rt&ftstf&tftii^^  UIM.I.mkAHL'  Avenue    needs    a  Several nieiubeis of the local  brunch of the U. M. W.of A.,  ire aKiMiding tin important  meeting of that organization al  Nanaimo this week. All kinds  o( rumours arc in circulation as  lo the icsullof the meeting.  - ������������������ -���������- - o- --���������  Mr, Chin-*. Hei'iipi-i', of Ciuirt"  uuiiy, the fiiiiious mi! csiuie  hoostor,  with in   town this week.  -������������   It "will soon be time lo   hike"''  1)nns,miir  little cleaning up again,  Our Wily��������� Council mean business Ihis'time. Ir is a case of  put* up, or shut up���������ihe schools.  The letter sent ���������hyi the City  Council to ihe Minister of. Kdtr  cation regarding the school situation here, is so plain, ami  sta'c*'" the situation so fullv,  that he lhat inns may r*-ud  It is up to the government to  act, and   act promptly.  Wink i-i heiiu ru lioj (.11 tlm ���������'������������������cm  lion 0, It will lm a (im, looltiim Hini(!  turo when c()iii|i|(ittd,  A, V. M Sllih y,ol tlio  cic 11 U'liny IIim'.  11I1I, win in town 011 Mi'iulny. nml-'.nvi.' iih  II Orll.     Hn iri 11 nie,), l,|i ,llt, f,l<>-|(|l>V(.||i|i,  ll* ll IdOllH jllill 011(1 (lull Wtllllil  IllllliO ijuo.l  ilowu iu tlui Val'oy.  The Roy Road is not us lonely  as it used to lie. There 1 re  many nice Utile homes along the  road. This si like 'has ihivui  quite a few to the land,  -&.  A Mjinoinl   noolinj,' ..f import *������i������- ������������������  i.  b ilng oa'lotl l������y U10U. M.   W,   A. I im  for Pildiy, in tlioUiiim. II������I.  Oiinif 1 lin tint hods !*, -,.,, ihroii<li  tlm i uu uiui C mil will euriy 11 ili-*|. C>'-  ii'iitiiii tin hor fr.iin Vu e uVnr I.,|.������i.il to  M j.i re-id lor-,- vir.i.nuiii, Liii,t*>ii work m,  Tn mil'.,  Aufnai wiM'in I mu, tin. iilli/j-n.l ilop.  I"'* Ih'h'ii'i'i hi S tiinl.iv iij,' t. it till  liii-i'i, It ii'ii.t li v In mi a i-ps*" i r Ujo  liiucli ''wiii.ik.v.',ili:i dil."  W  We Fine Just As  t   ft  /'     L ��������� y  Pnntfcmlw  ii imiliiiiM ihe'i'arii1 of Cuuip.  Cl"t|iiiig   tliat yui   do  HOt M'C     im wu mc   in   miikiu-r  ���������Hard Wcoi������, Locking Well at ths ond of. it  SiiiurIt������aclo to  ������"'���������  -' ���������������"��������� 1M.KI  ^....j^tiro  CAMPBELLS  ������r^������*^.fl^r^^  t. .������������������<-rrr~  THE NEWS. CUMEEItLAim B. C  r  A Debt  T  Discharged  liis   pocket,   gave  "I'm going'to se,:������  By Edgar Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  %.,.,. i  ' , (Continued)*  liad anyone trou led to follow liim,  liicy niiylit have wondered why ho  look so (.'ireuiioiis a route .unless it  was that ho was endeavoring to kill  lime. ..Ah a city ohurdi clock ���������struck  ek'vt'ii, ho found himself In the broad  open si*ai;i* behind the Hoyal Kx-  ehaniii'. A nu*.n who had been slowly  walking vi-i and down .ho puvcmoni  ol'.,*, 'I'liroadiieeillo atn-ot. joined lilm  halfw'.iy iicross" tho blf? nuvpim-iit.  ''Ah, Clark." said iho man, "Imvo  yon no lol'toi ?"        ��������� ���������  Ilo r-i'oke In  French.  "No, Mr. Willetts," said the mini..,  "Have you any work for ihe?"  His French was the French of tho  ���������Mioolrooin, correct ln construction  Imt the '>'*onounciatio'*. distinct'/  Enslisli.  The in a n he culled Wlllctta slmok  \\\r\ head.  "Tonight--no," ho sul.i.  "Thore have hce.n people 'onqxilriiijs  for you," fiaid Clark, "and I Jiavebcon  '���������lies!knied as ��������� to your whereabouts,"  "Oh," said the other carelessly,  "this may often happen.-- You will  tell Hum that 1. am abroad. There is  liotlilnK more?"  "No, M"uiem"."  "Then good-night."  With a curl, inclinatoin of his liend  ihe man in the Inverness parted from  his clerk,1 and went limping in'lho  direction of Chcapside.  Two men followed him. Thoy had  no difficulty, In" keeping lilm ln sight,  for tho strcety were deserted nml he  walked very slowly..  lie had not gone far along; Clieap-  '���������ido before a taxicab overtook him,  nnd he beckoned* ItJ    -  One of the shadowcrs increased his  pace and came up as lie was giving  directions.  lie- turned back and spoke quickly  to hfs companion. , ������  "He's going to.,the American Embassy," ho siid in a low tone.  Another taxi war; hailed. ���������  "Follow that car in front," snid the  t*toutcr of the two; "don't let it out  of your sight." r  The taxi driver touched his cap and  followed loss than 'half-a-dozen yards  behind the other.  - The men in tho second car noted  thai the first took a direction which  would bring them ln..the direction, of  .Park Lane. Thoy wore'prepared i'or  a change dfyplau~6ii llIe^TJirrtrof-thirr  occupanl, but..he gave no sign.  Running along Piccadilly tlio' man  In the second car put out his head.'  "Pull up fifty yards this side of  the American Knibarsy," he said, "unless the car goes on."  Wlien it came ,-to the Embassy the  ,,flrst car turned and slowed down, as  though it.were going to slop,   ������  It was a clover lniinouvrc. Tho second car halted, obedient to instructions, and the men jumped out, only  to sec'the tail lights of the cab they  liad been following disappearing at a  ' rapidly increasing rato. In nnd out  of bye streets it turned, traversing  lho narrow, aristocratic littlo thoroughfares which abound in that  neighborhood, and it was as much as  lho pursuers could' do to keep It in  eight.  Thoy finally lost lt. In n fnnglo of  truffle' in Oxford street, and the stout  man in tho second cm* cursed volubly,  lie got out and dismissed tlio vehicle, and ho and his companions,  avoiding tlio woll-ligblod streets, retraced their steps. -  "Ilo fooled us ull right," said tho  etont man.  The other grunted. TTn wns a man  of fow words, tlila tall, unshaven  ���������man, who had a scar on his chin,  "You'd better be koUIiir buck,"  paid the .fitotit limn vaguely, mid put-  ikig his hand in  him some money  the boss."  Cornelius Holder was strolling idly  through Upper Drool- street lialt-an-  hour laicr, whoa ;'.������c stout man fell  In at his sido..  ���������'1 lost him," he said..,  "You're a fool," said1 the other savagely; /and 1 suppose you shosved  your ugly face to every policeman in  the city."  "Quit that," said the other. "T liavo  done enough for you .lately���������too  much, I think, ] have been scared lo  death Uiisdast week seeing ray description in the papers.':  "You need not worry," said Holder.  "There "was not. one person who described you so that you could bo recognized."  "1  don't  wain  (o be recognized at  all,", said   the other,  "ll Just makes  ', mo shiver."  !     "You'vo   got   yourself     to   Llr.me.,"  ! said Holder. "All you had ,to do was  o bargain with the old man and get  lilm to sol! tho stuff al a price."  "I'm nervous," confessed tho othor.  ".Sayl���������lio caught. Holder by the arm  ���������--"you're lho real thing, aren't you?  Suppose they gol us proper, could  you pu)l us out of it?"  "1 guesf. not," said Holder coolly.  "Then, by God, I'd pull you into  U," said the other fiercely.  "1 guess not," said Holder again;  "1 Know nothing. You're mad* to worry; you're madder still to tin-eaten  uio. I've1 got you like this"���������he snapped his lingers as lie spoko. "There  is not the slightest piece of evidence  lhat would connect mo with old man  Maple's kidnapping. IC you squeal,  you squeal for trouble."  .  Under the light of a street lamp he  saw the other man's face. It, was  bathed in perspiration, his' mouth  was working convulsively.  "I'm not ia this," said the man sullenly. "Carl did it because you told  him to. lie did it. for the same reason that I went for old man Gold.  You .wore not iu that, 1 guess���������oh  no-!"  Fortunately lliey were pass!.. 3  dovyn a very quiet street. , The man's  voice was rising in lils anger.*  "I'm tired of it," ho said, "tired of  the game. It's God's own country for  mine, I'm going back.''  "You're not," said Helder, quietly.  ��������� "I'm going back,"'said the man,  doggedly; "I'm through with you." '  Holder laughed; thero was no necS  to change lils tactics.  "Get religion���������you!" he, said.  "That's not the kind of talk I like to  hear from a Chicago'hold up'man, one  of the 'strong arms.' You've -rothing  to fear, Billy"���������lie slapped the other  on the back, "and you're in eight of  glory. Why, in two years you'll bo  running the handsomest saloon on the  east side,, with an automobile that  will tal-ie* you out to Coney Island  011 ..Sunday afternoons."  But the man was ,not easily pacified. He was in a strange land, con-'  .fjiontecLwilli  uiifamjliar forces.   *  It was not -until >Teraer~Tuul~iTinT  snugly ensconced in the corner of a  Solio bar that he recovered liis equanimity. He even became genial and  communicative.  f(  ������������������/������������������An  Don't waste time on Inferior !"Qlves becauso they're a  few cents cheaper.  1 have proved Zam-Buk  best for liczema, I'ilcs, Skin  Diseases, and Injuries.  As a mother, you owe It  to your hunllv to us������e the  best, that's Zam-Buk i  50c box, AWDtutfliuarJSlort).  mmmm  S^E HERBALHEAl^  CHAPTER XI. '  An  Extraordinary Marriage  Tliero  are days in the, ,life of the  average  man and woman which  are  CUTICURA  ��������� SOAP  And Cuticura Ointment.  They do much lor irritated, itching sfrt������ua,  dandruff and dry, thin  and falling hair, and do  it speedily, agreeably  and economically.  <:t������lU���������i������!*i>iit>'*n*' n.-i'ii-'nl nrri'i.t i(ir,.ii(t,mil  tin ttiitlft. A liUTnl i*������m|.!** (.1 fi'b *'it'i '.i'.'.r������������  rMmklrlf.nlt-* "���������ar'* ������n<t* irrilirnni i.t n,e tklimwl  it������lp, MM [**������������������'������"���������! Aililrrw Puller Urug & Micro.  Ctrl'. 1*1*. IIH. )'<*tW'. t*. H. A,  so much like olhor days, to indistinguishable from thoir fellows that it is  impossible to recall them, or to single  them out for any happening oi' moment. Similarly, tliero ��������� aro days  which tragedy or 1110111011101'*" opl-  sodefi, which stand out, eviry hour  and every moment, in vivid contrast  to nil others, days that represent a  wholo period of life. Such a day to all  tho actors i;*. this story was tho fourteenth of May, and it may bo set forth  chronologically.  At tsoven o'clock in tho ' morning  Cornelius valkc-d out of bin bongo  in Curzon street.  It was a. bright spring day without  a cloud In the sky. , ITo had the appearance of v. man who lin:' not slept  woll; bis faco hnd lho curious pasty  look whicli comes to n man who  spends lils .lights in close, 11nvnn.ll.  ialO'.l einokiii*.*1 rooms. . Yet Helder  was Innocent of any such experience.  ITo was (���������haven and carefully eressod.  llu wallu-d slowly towards the city,  The nlreot was given ovor at (lint  hour to tradesmen, milkmen aiid  scavengers. Vory few Hhope, and  IIicho only tlio lota linjurtnnt ones,  had taken down '.heir (���������button-*, Tn Regent Htrcet ho saw nothing but hurrying womon, little .'hop girls with par-  coin under tholr anils, making UiUr  way to their rBliib!l!,.hiii'*-iitrt  Ho wondered half bitterly what I  nort of a night Comstock noil hud  had. And tho i;Irl-wliuro would nil'*  be? t'lio would trnvnl up from her  Huhurb.in li 1*1 mo with u third cIiihs  ticket, probably In a workmau'ii tuiln,  to'bo iiiiirrio.l to 0110 ')��������� tl.o richest  men in London.  Trivial llltlo thought*! l!kp those  pin-i'cd through IiIh mind. Mo bought  iv morning paper, ouu Unit utmally  published i-uli'W i)(.'\vh. Iki look.'d  through llu coluiiitin to noo If It contained any now-* nhoiil Uio arroHt of  Wllleltfi. Tlicri! ������'-..���������. no mention of  the event,  Hi; CnmitocU Hell wan iro'.ng to  wait until lie wji.h miirrir-il find out.  of the country beforo lie put liln  tromlicioiiH plan Into execution. What  Humanizing Convictj "  Colorado Is experimenting along  new lines, and apparently with a considerable degree oi success, in its  treatment of men .convicted of serious offences. The idea of tho slate  authorities is that tlu convict, system  should bo humanized." Acting ou this  view* they 'some time ago appointed lo  the position 0" warden of the penitentiary a man who had-had 110 experience whatever with prisons, but who  had strong faith in the possibility of  regenerating even the worst type of  criminals. * He began his reform by  taking "aa" many of the prisoners as  were willing- to give liim their pledge,  that they would not attempt to escape,  out into the road camps. Ho has now  300 out of a total of 71-.5 convicts engaged in building tho state roads.  They work under unarmed overseers  and wear ordinary blue or-dthaki suits.  There is every opportunity for escapa  but since tho establish) :nt of tho  road camps loss than one-half of 011*0  per cent, of the men so trusted have  escaped.  For every thirty days spent in a  road camp a ten days' reduction .'s Allowed in tlie convict's term. The  men work- eight hours a day and  sleep, six together in an open*'tent" It  is said that under the. system -here  have been marvellous transformations  among the most degraded of tlie convicts. The healthy work benefits them  physically and the confidence reposed  in them, togtthor ������'ii.li ' the humane  treatment they receive seems ���������to have  .Ik-moral' inlluence, which surprises  those whosifk 11 o,\vlpQWT) rTTffiWft'ur i~s"  confined to the driving methods practiced in the institutions of .other  stales. In the winter ��������� time there is  a night, school for tlie men, an ,orch,es-;  tra, a business school, manual 1 raining classes, and those who arc addicted to the liquor or drug habits are  given.tho b*.*>st medical treatment. The  warden says that PC per cent, of tho  men were brought to tlie penitentiary  through whiskey. Sonic of the features of the system- seem well worth  ,lhe study of the Canadian authorities,  especially in view ot fho fact, that at  the present time somo of our poniton-  taries Imvo not a. very savory reputation.-���������The Vancouver Sun.  Rattled  It was, Sml.h's lirst Sunday as usher In church, and ho was a bit' flustered. Turning to 11 lady who entered  lie said: "This wny, madam, nnd I'll  sew you into a sheet,"  "J suppose," said tho nov saleswoman, "that you want a Biiil llmt  will make you look attractive to your  husband?"  "Attractive to my husband!"  echoed tho shopper, "I. should say  not, He wouldn't know if 1 wore a  suit ten years old. What 1 want is  Honielhing that will make my next  door neighbor' turn u pale pink green  with envy."  UPWARD START  After Chan'lntj to Postum  Many a talented porsoii, Ir kept  back boon 11 bc of tho 'Interference of  toa or coffeo with the nourishment of  tho body.  This Is '-���������(���������podully so with those  whoso nerves nro vory Hcnsltivc-, as  Is often <ho f'ni'O with Uilentod por-  bods, There Is a hi in nio, orsy way ti  get rid of ton nml coffoo troubles nnd  11 ludy'H oxpoiioiu'o alum* those lines  Ih worth oonslddi'lng, Sho snys:  "Almost from the beginning of tho  nno of coffoo lt hurt, niy stomach. Dy  tho time 1 was llft'ion I wim alino������t a  nervous wreck, nnrvt'H nil uimtrinn;,  no strength to cmlr.ro tlio mont trivial  thing, either war!' or fun.  'Thero was acnrcoly iiiiythlitK I  rnuld out. llmt would iig'/oe with mo.  Tho little 1 did fat aeomoil to rIvo  mo moro tioitlilo th.'in It win* worth.  I wiih literally Binning; was so weak  1 could not sit ui) long at u lime,  "It wiih thru 11 friend hmught 1110  hold hud tlm girl over hlni; what wn'iju hot enp of Postum. I drunk part of  tlio mystery uf thin mulduii niari'Itige? It and nftcr 1111 hour I foil as though  lie had novcr met hor boforo tlint  day lie snw hor In hiu offloo, mid Coin-  f.i...������l. J1..'.. *.,... v."' *h'> i**t>iit<i ot mnn  to 'nun hid bend ovor a nratty fuco.  There wim unnm nolid reason tov  tlio liitiiriiiKc What wan It? Willi an  iiiicoii.M-lous F.i'f.wl on hi*-*- faro. In  walked inviftly along tin? Huntiy nido  ni Itcgoiit street,'*  .���������;���������.. '.. ,"   -I--... .���������*���������.  "A great, many of tl.o in IglihoiH  havo called to too u������ slnoo wc moved  out here," Miild Mr. Crosslctn,  "They didn't call to boo it's," replied  hln wlfo. "'Tho report lias fcono out  ���������,l.���������t v,e hav a r/inA mnli rind thoy  aro trying to get jii'ijiialntt-il with  !!��������� r "  w. u. u.  r.Me ���������"���������M.'innnn, 1 don't fori woll.  Mother���������Tlnit'h  bad,   dear.   Whore  tl'i you f������*cl wond?  J'l*-;|u-"In hcIiooI, 111 tun ma.  1" hud hnd MDiiiothlng to out���������folt  titi'oiigll.encd. Thnt was nbout llvo  voarii ago. ninl after contlnuln-j Pes  tlllil 111 place ul c������'ii<.'ij uiui t'luduiw'.)  Mtui.'*., iMi'iu-t-i, I'm!**,,*" I can cr.'. nurt  dl-jcbt anything 1 want, walk nt* much  nm t want.   .My uc-rvon nro Htoiuly.  "1 hid i:vo tlio t.rst thing that did  1110 any good nnd Btivu mo an upward  start, was Postum, nnd T u?o It alto-  BlUiM" 1 inn'.iu) wk va..".%���������*.."  N'.Miu. R'ivn-.i by Canadian Posluu  Co., Windsor, Out.  PobIiuii iuiw oonioj** in two formn:  ReQular Pogtum���������lnuut bo woll boiled, lfiu :.ud 2fio paoliiigos.  Instant Pontum-���������hi a soliililo pow-  ib.V. A foaA.inmifiil dlssolvoq f.nlrl.ly  In a cup of hot "-liter uml, with cream  and n-iKnr. jiinken s*. delicious IxjvtT-  ngo lnll������7uly.   we. axui liio lint.  Tlio coBt per .*up of both Kinds la  about ttip f-finio.  "Th< ro'B a Itrnsnn" for Pi*ir������nm.  ���������sold bv Grocers  Yaurvg Sportsmen        .   ,     |  Many and .many a. timo every one of  us, when om shooting in tho country,;  has found himself one of a chance,  medley party of "all sorts 6r persons,  with all sorts,ot'guns, who "ring ia"  on the shoot in a perfectly friendly  but often perfectly horrible way. At  the lisk of being though' rude, select  your own company���������and. on'y tiiose  whom you know to be careful and gentlemanly. Especially select this sort  of company for yoiu- boy; and let him  start right, with some careful older  companions who will see that he has  a chance.'  ,     *  The old* time. prairie chicken vised  to be a sp'endid thing for the young  marksman���������tlie next thin:*; after the  cottontail rabbit. Our.quail Is, a little  more difficult, but Is apt to bo pretty  much' the only game the average boy  is likely to see nowadays. Perhaps the  first bird the boy kills on tho wing  may be a snipe, a plover, somo shore  bird, 11 prairie grouse, or even a quail.  Ho is a made boy from that timo 011  and the lovo of the art is thenceforward fixed for him; but teach him 10  temper his enthusiasm, and do not allow his o'xcilemc'it to render him  careless *>'-'ith hi3 gun.  When you come to the wagon see  that lie takes out his shells. If ..you  shoot In the same duel-blind teach  him that, ho must never shoot over the  head of a companion or close to the  ear of a companion. Teach him, also,  the courtesy of tlie field���������to shoot the  birds that come on his own side, and  never to be eager 10 clnk.i a bird on  whicli perhaps two men have doubled,  It is hard for a'boy lo give up a bird  if.he sees it fall ahead of his gun; but  he has gono a step toward being a  gentleman when he can toss the bird  to the other fellow and say: ,"Your  bird, sir." If it is your purposo to'  teach your son to re a gentleman and  a sportsman you will teach him that  shooting birds on the water or on tho  ground'requires no skill and is not  good form. Teacl. him to pick out  his bird in a covey rise and not merely to shoot at the ilock. *  In all this you will,be teaching him  the great laws of conservation and of  fair play. 'To that extent you aro  grounding him in good* citizenship  and starling liim in as a man .who is  apt to bo just, careful,and fair in business and social relations. The world  likes ihat sort of a man iu business  or society; and there are few places  where'a boy. can learn better'��������� principles ot life than in the field, with a  companon who ���������in himself represents  good traditions in the matter of skill  and etiquette afield Time was when  the terms gentleman and sportsman  meant much the same. They have not  yet. wholly lost their flavor. Tho first  use of a gun by a boy is a time justly  held in some dread by the-boy's parents. Carefu*. tuition in this part of  a boy's education, however, removes  the danger and'puts him '11.the way  of a knowledge, that may prove of  very kit sing value in character nicking. Self-relir.iieo and dignity are only  to-oUlifl_iiew tliihss vou will find  your boy taking on- when fio^ecoiiTinf  a real sportsman.���������Saturday Evening  Post. ;  A Young People's Country  Canada is a young people's country.  According* to rece*,t statistics issued  there arc "85 people between .the ages  cf 20 and -1-1 in every 1,000 of Canada's population. This means an im-  mouse virility that in bound to tell in  the development, of the country, aiid  which mus: he, regarded as ono of the.  greatest factors of promiso in- the  future. Youth means strength, enterprise, enthusiasm, no loss in tlio nation than in the individual.-���������Ottawa  Citizen.  There Is more catarrh In tills sootion  of tlio country .than all other dlsr-nsoa  put toepther, ninl mull tho Inst tow  yearn wns Kupposed ' lo bfi Incuriiblfi.  For a Rvcnl mnny yearn doctors pronounced II n loc.il illfienso nml pri'Hcnbeii  local romoilUis, and by constantly fnllliiR  to cure with local treulin������.*nt, pronounced It Incurable. Hcienco lias  proven Cnliirrh to bo n constitutional  disease, nud therefore roqulren constitutional treatment, IIuII'b unarm Cure,  manufactured by l-V J. Cheney & Co.,  Toledo, Ohio. Ib tlio only Com-tltutloiutl  curu on the market. It Is lalten inlern-  011 v ln doiiPH from 10 flropH to n tou-  Bpoonful ll noiii (Ureally on tho blood  and mucous ������urfiices of the iiysteni,  They offer one hundred (lallnrn for any  enso It fnll������ to cure. Kcnd for circulars  and   testimonial!*.  Addrpf-B* I'\ J. CltKNKV & CU��������� Tele no, Ohio  Sold by   DrUBBft**.  7f><**.  Tnltu lliiH'B Fnmlly i'llls for constipation.  Half the Rubbing taken  out of Scrubbing  Old Dutch  Cleanser  The Writing That Counts  To write at one's ease what, other  people may road at tlieir ease" omes  to very little. Wha'. 1 "want is tho  wholesome ,and well-bottomed, contemplations that b.ing a better order  into actual,life and enter into men's  business with all ilo turmoil of that  business.���������Bacon.  Thirty   Elevator.;  Tlio Farmers' Co-Opcrativc ISlevat-.  or company will construct 30 elevator's in Alberta ibis season. Tho company now has 53. The total cost, will  be.. $500,000. This will mean increase  of 700,000 bushels during the season',  with a total capacity of 2,500,000  bushels. ��������� .    -       *  Wlien Ilolloway's Corn Cure "s applied to a ecru or wart it kills ,tho  roots and the callosity comes out  without injury to the "flesh.  Long Ones  "Havo a,stormy trip over?" .  "Yep. Dldu't eat a single breakfast,1  Nothing but coffeo r.nd rolls."   *  "Did tho...steward furnish the rolls?"  "No,.the ship."  Art cf Collection  Howard���������Every book In my library  has the' author's autograph.  Coward���������How do you manage it?  Howard���������I never "borrow any othsr  kind. *        '���������-...  Visitor     (sampling    Belfast.;   stout'  with  evident  appreciation):   "Really,  this Is splendid ;:tuff.   They say' that  it.Is both meat and drink."  Workman (interrupting): "Suro,  an' it's roight ye,are, sor; an' if yo  take plenty ave it it'll fotnd ye lodgings, too." ���������  "Yes," sighed the opera manager,  "we had a pretty' rough season .every  way. But what ntook the sand out of  me was the row" between Do Reciter,  the loading tenor,, and Do. Squalclil,  the prima donna. You know what an  awkward stage presence 'De Reciter  has? Well, he stepped en Squalclii's  train thirteen times during one performance and the next night she  came on as Marguerlto' in bloomers.  That came mighty near breaking us."  ���������Puck.* .  _I consider_MjNAR1fyS- -LINIMENT  the I3EST\Lrniment in "use. ' ~  . 1- got myi'oot badly jammed lately,  bathed it well with MINARD'S LINIMENT.' and it'was as well ar over  next day. ^  Yours very truly,  T. G.  McMULLLN.  . .    A Law Suit ,  ���������   "Isn't Deeds, the lawyer, a 'rather  extravagant man?"  "Ry.no;means.   I've known.him to  make bns suit hist for several 'years."'  High Cost of, Living  He used "to bo a spendthrift.  But that came to.an end;  For now, -beiixg two years married,   *'"  ���������Hets-n"othing-left-to-Bpend.HW_^_^.  Knew lt Was No Use  :,Mrs. ��������� Clubbcrly "(icily)���������I suppose,  sir, you lire going to say it was" busl-'  ness that "detained you till this hour.  Clubberly���������Quite mishtaken' in'dear  I 'sure you. Not such a fool! (hlc).'  Soon's 1 said "bizlinesh." you'd know,  it wasn't (hie) right off.  World's' L.-ngeot Tunnel  In Its journey towiud completion  tho Ciitskill arjuediiet, through whleii  New York City is to obti it. its water  nupply, piiHHcd tho 'luul inHeslona  when tiie last pah* of tunnel hfadingH  were holed through. Tho meeting of  fho two boron opons tho longest  stretch of conlliiiioiis tunnel In tho  world. * Tho clour length from end  to end of this portion of tho gro;.t  conduit Ir 18 nillca, or six miles longer than tho Sliiiplon, tho holder uf tlio  former record for tunnel length.  Ar n result of tlio Inst blast there  Ih an unobstructed opening for,Uio  freo flow of water from 0110 ond of  tho Citlsklll aqueduct to tho other, ,.  dlKtiineo of 110 miles, and ilio dniigor  of a water famine, unch uh tlirciiton-  nd Now York City a fow yeintt ago,  In now (lpflnlli*ly removed. In ua  emoigi'iicy tlio I'utsklll water could  bo delivered to Now York now nt very  Bhort notice. Now thnt Uio water-  way opening Ih cloiirud, tho woric remaining Ih the completion of tho tunnel linlngH und lho installiitlou of thu  ruBuUvtluR worku I'.tthi*. Bhitftn, Tliun  tlio miuodiifit Iiiih developed, In a fow  yearn, lioiu on l,n.1,-,i'!.'*.i' './.".fl* V.\\" m*. _  .i'.'-hret of trntMn-v pnpcv 1n a bandied������  mile mho of eoncriito and ateel.���������lin-  glncorliiR Record,  Two ladies made a formal call on a  distant acquaintance, Tho maid asked them to.wait until she ascertained  wheiher the person inquired for was  Im. Presently sho tripped'downstairs  and announced that "tho lady was not  at homo," -C110 of tho callers, tliullng  that she had'forgotten lior cards, suld  to her friend, "Let 1110 writo my name  on, vour card."  "Ob, it isn't at all necessary, miss,"  piit in the maid, cheerfully., "1 told  ho   who it wai."  IF A NATURALIST PAINTED.  How Thorcau Would Have Represented on Canvas "The Short Days  of Winter  It I were to paint tho short days of  winter 1 should paint two towering  icebergs approaching each oiler llkJ  promontories!, for morning and evening, with cavornoi'.H recesses, and a  solitary ' traveler Wrapping Ills cloak  about hlni and bent forward against  tho driving Btorm, just entering tho  narrow pass. I would pnlnt tho light  of a taper at. midday, scon '.hrougli a  oottago window, half burled in snow  and frost * * * ln tlio foreground should appear the harvost. uml  far in thn background, through tho  pirns, should bo neon tho howoi-h In thu,  ilolilH and other evldeiiccs of spring.  On tho right and left should bo shai'l-  ml off from tho light nf midday to  midnight with its stars, tlio sun being  low in tlui Bky.--llenry David  Tlioroau,  Do Not Use the Knife '_  . Tliat is a barbarous way of treating  corns���������dangerous, too. Any, corn,  bunion or callous can be removed  quickly and painlessly by Putnam's  Painless Corn Extractor.* ' Pntuam's  Corn*Extractor, mark the name. Safe,  prompt, painless. ��������� Sold by druggist  Price 25c '     ,  Wise mothers who know ths vlr-  tures of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always havo it-at band, because It proves Ub value.  The bored youth turned to bis dia-  nor partner with a yawn.   .  "Who is tbat strange looking mau  over thero wbo stares ��������� at mo s**������  much?" ho drawled.  "Oh,- that't, Professor' Jenkins," sht  replied, Mio famous expert on insanity." .  A good colored brother bad bocn approached by a fellow townsman aud  asked tho opinion of worn**,!! suffrage.  "Unclo Gabriel, nro-you in favor A  votOH for womon?"  "Does you nil mean, sub, dat mo an'-  Liy.il  bot vote?" .,,     ,'  "Yos."  "Ah sunk doos ftvah it, don. Dat  would bo $4.",    *  Ono Hope  "William, are you going to got  matters no arranged tbat we can afford to' hnvo an automobile?" '  "I don't expect that wo can ever  afford one, but I hopo to got matters  so arranged within a fow months lhat  wo cun Imvo ono,"*--Chicago Record-  Herald.  Ouch 111  Locturbi���������Lndlt'rt nnd gentlemen,  wo Rhall ciniHlder this ovonlnff tho  finidtnnoiitiil principled of iirchtloc-  lure.  A Wandering Voice���������liow d'yo  build n doK boiiRO?  Lncturor (HollcltoiiHly)���������Aro you going to niovo?���������.ludgo,      1  ��������� ���������'������������������    A womnn camo Into * the general  storo with 11. Jftr of butter. Rho desired to oxclmngo It for another Jar  of butlor. In churning, nlio explained,  she hml diBCovorot'. a niouso iu tlia  churn.  "11. didn't injure tbo butter," eho  cnld to tlio fitorokoopor, ''nnd to miy  one who did not know tho ciroura-  Htinu'.on It would tftBto nil right."  Taking tho womnn nt her word, the-  merchant enn led hor jar Into tho  buck room, triuitiforrod her butlor to  nuothor jar, anil tbo gratified customer took br.ck her moiiRo butter with ������.  tlioiiBniul thnnltu for tho accommodation.  roil WOMEN ONLY  DoYou Feel  He Looked Like It  Hook     Agent--Could  I liavo your  HUbflcriplluii lor liiln in*-..'.*.'.'  Stout Oontlemnn���������Get out! You  can't Bell nie nny books,  Agent <mulling for tbo roor)���������1  nuppoHi- tbo only thing you read Is u  Ml of fnro.  Not 'ncilhtle  nrnnuiilnt'H Wlfo (m ouo of bin  l>lii_t������0- r'rll'z, yonr 11-milno ban bad  eight different frocku already; yoit  don't alow mo niijiblng llko Hint diir-  ItiK tho whole eci-son.- rilcgendo Matter,  el     r  This Wayr"^1;  _______________________������__________l     aaawatmumi mmnt  Backache or Hei*3acho  Drawing Down SeniaUoni  Nertoui���������Dralni���������  Hjienderneii Low Down*  It ia becauso of somo derangement or diseoso  distinctly feminine. Write Dr. R. V. Pierce'*  Faculty at Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y,  t&tion ti it'OQ and ndvicc ia strictly in  Oui.  confidence.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescription  vcfltorcs tho health and -spirits and removes thoso  painful flymptoma mentioned above. It haa been  sold by drucfgists for over 40 years, in fluid form,  at {1.00 per unUle, plying p.������neral nathifnctlon. It can  now lie had in tablet form, oa modified by IIV. 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NOTICE ia hereby.itiv��D tU:t. application will be made to tha^Saporitttend-
entof Provinoial Pohee, Viotoria' for a
license to Bell liquor by wholesale upon
the premises situj*.fc��l on Lot 6, Bloek 15,
���puuiberlnnd Towaaite, Oumberland; B. C
*. Dated this let day of Obtober 1913., .
.NOTICE ia hereby given that on the firat
dty of I) tomlxr. next application will- be
made to the Superintendei.t of Provincial
Police, Victoria, ftr the renewal of the hotel license to sell bqaora by retail iu tne
hotel known aa the l> >rne hotei, situated at
' Comox, B.C. Gkobch*,M. Bxkuov'
Dated October I, 1918.       '
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NOTICE is hereby given that on tta
���first day of November -191'."*, application
will be made to the Superintendent,ot
.Provincial Police, for a; renewal' of. the
wholesale liqi< ��r license upon the premises known as, Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nel-,
son District.. '���,'���* '  .
Dated October ist, 191J
ygr*BW. iHTttefiBi^Kb. British Columbia.
NOTICK is bircb^, (jiventhnt oh the
fir-t day of December nex*applitatio'ijv. il
be mndo to the Su-.-eiiittind-Jiit >A Previu-
oinl Police, Vict -li.-i, fura rrutmnl ol the
hutei license tn sell liqii.-ra li, r-.iti-.il ii
tii* hotel Icuomu ni the Union iintU-l, eit-"
Utttb nt Uni-'m, B.l.\ Johx N. McLkou
' Dft-��K.l the Ifltday of October. 1913
. NOTICE is ber. by $iv n. that *��u tin-
first day of li cemlter noxt! applicAtou wil]
ba made to .ttoSaperiuUiQjaut uf Provincial
'" Police, Victoria, for the.rouewal of the ho-,.
' tel lioenw to aell baniira by retail in the'
hotel known as the Kvir^ide hote), situvte
at Courtenay, B, G. 0. II'. Fkciineu
DttedUotnbbr 1, 1913:
NOTICK it "hereby ��tveh  tir.it on   the
' firnt day of P-.-oenilor next application will
"���    ��� ���    ,v   " ' -
be made to tbo SBpsrictendent.ct Pr".viu-
cial Police, Viirtotin, for the renewal of tbe
hoU-1 license to'at 11 liqu��r�� by lotailiu Uie
bot-1 know. as tbo WQsou hotel, situated
���at Union Bay RCi ^
Dated'October I, 1913.
NOTICE is hereby given  tuat on   thi
first day of Dacembor m*xt application wil'.
.be made to the Suixjriii-ten'.le.it of Piovin
���cilil Police,^ "Victoria, for the renewal bf tin
bo;d iiden-e. to eell Hquo.-s hy retail 1 i tin
ho*ol kuovn aa tl)*1 Mebou hotel, aifciu'e .
3��t Um��nBny,'B.C.. Joh*s Frjlser.J
Dated' Ootoiw I**, 1913,.. - \ ' ". /
Ewry convettiwnV-e for guesta.
The Centtal Hot**l, for SportBtnen
���  , ��� 1. j. '     ' 1
None bul tlie (test of Wines and Liquors
at ihe Uv.,
^L"   ���11 I... L-l ��� I.
John Johnston,   Prop
of British Columbia, Ltd, ���
�� -"
"   t Comox���Union Bay���Nana imo���Vancouvku���Route
Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. ni  Tuesday 1 r p, 111.
Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. m...; Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon
For Deuinau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.
RETURNING���Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 piii
For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comoxi
v."      Subject to chatige without notice.
J.   W.   McLEOD  --IPsoriMaEXpr.
English 4 x BURTON alwayg on tap      also, the famous MILWAUKES
:BBERS���Aiihsuser, Bohemian, Sohite, &c.       "OLD GREY BEARD"
SCOTCH .WHISKY;','      Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds
Thu Bearding and Lodging Department, under tho "immediate, superintendence
;,..**  will b<j tout d Firat class in every respeot,.
; ' SERVE.'
ibe reserve, the notice of- which appeared in.ihe 15. C. Gazette'on ibe 27th cl.-iy
of December, 1907, is cancelled-in so far
as it relates to the following parcels of
land:���the W. 12 of the S. E. 1-4, Uie
S. W. 1-4 and the S. 1 ! of the',, N. W.
* 1-4west of ihe river in Section 4; tbe S.
,E. i-4, the S. E. 1-4 of the S. \V.( 1-4
und the N. E 1-4 111 Section 5; the- S.
1-2 of the S. E. I 4 in Section S; the S E.
1-4. the S. W. t-4 and the E. 1-2 of the
���N. E 1.4 in Section 16, and the E. 1-2
of the'b. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,
all in Township 3, S.iyward Disirict, and
the N. E. 1 4 of the N. E. 1-4 in Ssc-
tion 32; the N E 1-4 of the,S \V i 4 and
the N VV [-4 -indN 1-2 of the N E ia in
"Section 33-'thcN 1-2 of the N* \V 1-4
and ihe N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Senion
34; and the S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N
W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,
Sayward District.
The said lands will be open forentry by
pre-emption on Monday, the i8ih day ol
May at the hour of 9 o'clock   in the'fore-
n*on; all applications   lo be niade at ihe
office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.    No l're-eniption   Record shall
mclu.ie in9re tnan 40 acres of land e.\-
cepi'tn case? where it is, desirable to include small fractional   portions  of legal
Subdivisions; information in which con
nection may be obtained from plans   on
view at the above mentioned Agency.
Deputy Minister of Lands".
Lands, Department,   Vii:ioiia, 11.   C,
FebrH.iry nth   1914. . , ���
*?i.oo per day and Up
fortfQrdQsi andfami ore best
for B.C. soil. Seo Catalogue fox
solid tf uwmitoe ot purity
anaUerminttfr^on. v
Sond now for Copy freo
Sutton ItS-o��a.Tho Kind's Soodmon
ReVadinj^ Enjgloncl
A". J, Wo. o el wa rd
Victoria    Ui    "Vtoncouyor _
ei5 wortf Ot, <>67 0rai-ivllloai"
ton a��knt*s ram aniTiiN co-vumbu
Hotter,  Cheaper Than  Most Dairy Feeds
Vancouver Milling & Grain .Company,'. Ltd.
Distributors  -       N\NAIMO, B. C.
Don't   forget   to   place   your
Keott order fov printing with us.
Sportsmens Goods
General Hardware
The Grtnl RnoHnli.  Jfc'mjvf*/.
TitHM and J nvlBorotoBtlio wliolo
.norvoiin HyHloni, nuiltoH .now
  'I'lood In old Vohvi.JMifiV AVrv
out Vkbilily, Mental anil llrointVjtrri/.lh'
' tnalorrK'i.atd Meet*^Al>u*a^Ji.u��siin
wlfiwii-a flolit by nil Aruttnlutn or nmlH/n
���-    ���-���- clpt.ot iirluu.  Acid mwrhUt
Every "conveyance" from the
Esquimalt & Nanaimo Rl way
Company, not already registered,
should be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May 31st,
next, pursuant to the Land Regis,
try Act Amendment Act,  1914."
Land Agent
Gov't grant'to City'... .��5037 95
Gov't grant to Cain p...' IOCS 25
High School fees     870 00
Special Gov't giant  250,0 00
Paul by  City of  Cum-
berland   8*110.70
Depicts��   ���
��� Total Receipts.'..'...51^392 fJC
EXPENDITURE   '.    o,
������   ' 80 OU J
0 uO*.
U 81
Teachers-', salarie i ���
Janitor. ;..-..
Telegrams, telephone..
A. Maxwell, haulage...
Potter & KirkbiiJe..
��� hiuiliiire	
T. D. McLean, stationery  u.i-1  repairs..
A. II, Peacey, stationery aiid books.....
Islander, printing. ....
News ���'���,      	
C. II. Tarbell, supplies
and labor.	
Dr. G.K;MncNangliton
niedical inspection
Thomson Stationery Co
books '.
Free 'IVxt Hook Olliee
���   books	
J. J . DoHggan,. Trustees,  Association.
Daily   Province, adv'g
Sec'y's salary 12 .mos
Newbury <& Ashley,Insurance, new school
Postage   and    station-
AnyonosMrtl'jjaaVttob-smitdesa-fr'i;. ran;
q��*ci;,ly lucwts'Ji o*.t o;.luhy. fr��e >."h��;la.��r tit -, .
ICTonuna M probrtbl? j.;.fs:vr.>.|.\.   f^snir'alav     \
lions?ttlcU>"Coill!';',ur;iV*Jj f:SNi3''0il-\ ^'at'-iils ,
3Ciy rreSj, (?Wco�� Jipu;, y -*.-.v r&Ai;ui vxMrsa,
rMoum t^>.ua id;cu*:!l X^lu ;, Ca vt-vWre
ijpff-S;,' Mil:t, x.Vhi)W,iM,\^, tuti't
&MA**l^>l^i'ii' '>��*&���''.A4r:&t*>ir,JA.   *
I   CMlatl.;�� ot ea�� ^i-:.j.ii*.*.fio \,n.-u..'    ve'-
.    ewad;..5-\l*.. you, v.-.Ui^a J"..��.."���.���"     ������
Ml ui-.n*..iL* .L-i>. --  ' '
i��j. i-i;**"
iftu-JCU O:;- -j. ;fv I" ?*,., V*V
ery, 12 mos,
Win. Potter, labor...
L>.  Kilpatrick,   coal.
plain vVa. on Tocclpl. ot -irluu.  Acid mm
Summer monthi ��t�� BOVRIL
monthi. A cup of BOVRIL
with a Ulicuit givci all
necest-iiy nuuvnient -whertt
meat U ok rduhed.
canned meati.
Auy |)er��on or pornonfl, otittliig,
removing or taking nny blockp,
titnbor or wood, of any de-sen'ptloiln
wlonging to tlu�� Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho hind
of tho said ,(/oinpnny�� or anyone
tipping rubbish of any description
anywhere upon tJic company's
land will bo proAcc.utod to thu full
ox tout of the law.
*        J. R.: I.OCKAUD,
General Managor,
C**)��liv;i) Co,y,
Kidlug on locomotivoB and rail
ftdy cars ol tho Union f.olllory
Company by any porflon or per-
aon�����except tain crow���id strictly
prohibited* KmpIoyeeH mo wh-
Ire to dtflmifiiwl (or allowing flam-
Uy order
J. R.  LOdrCAUD,
General Manage .
IN  TIIK   MATTBR   of Thoman
Bmith, (IcccuHoil, intoi*tatc. who
died in Nelson  District on Anril
20th 11 .
IN THE MATTKU.of iho^OHleiHl
AdininivtrntorB Act,"
TAKK NOTICK that hy ordor
ol Iiiil IIllLt/J-^Juilj-C   lJ.ill.Cf. I.iujt.
tl.e Otli day of November 1913,1';���������.*���
appointed adiriiniulnitorof thn J'Js-
lato of tho uhovo mentioned do
coat-od, 'and nllj parties havii**
c./iimsinyajnat thoj sail) cfllnte are
h urnifh  Bit mo,
properly verified, to .mo, on, or he-
forertho tSlh dny of Dtt'oomticr,
10IS. ANDallpar.tit'B.indebtcdto
8a d trtinte, aro required lo pay the
amount of thoir fridr-btf'tlii-*""** to
me forthwith.
Dit'l'.hli   llth  day of  Novein*
hor, 191!-)
Official Arimmi'lrator,
Htjiubirlarid, H. O
LIQUOR ACT 1010.   ,
Section 42.
\.N(��TICE Ts  hereby giver* -that
one      month "     froai date,
application will be made to the
Su peri n tenden Uif-^Iiro v i neiii 1���pol-
icH for'a license for��the sale of
liquor by'wholesale in and upon
the premises ,eiUated in the town
of Courtenay, IJ. C. known and
described as Lois SO and 31, Jreo-
Dated, thin loth day of April,
Conrad Iteitel,
; LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Section 42.
NOTICE is hereby given that;
on the l��t day of December next,
application,, will be mude to the
Sii|ierir.,���ondent of Provincial Police for tonew.il of tho hptol licence
to eell liquor by retail in the hole'
known aa tno Malaf-pinu llotsl,
������i'Uato at Lund, in lhe Province of
Uritinh Columbia. .
Da��ed thin 8ih day of October,
0J.C. (D.)Limited,  coal "
S. Leiser'& Co.,   chalk
Shibara, clock........
Ilayman& Mcllae,towl'a
T. E. Bate, hose, glass ���
(j. Downes, books....'
_r_^__W *M-".. ...i. ..... f,..._
-L*f���'it ~. lyu lilt 07���-M-�� It: I ���
12 mcs.	
Royston   Mill,  lumber
HighoBchool piipil.-J, six ,
day's, teaching.-;'
������   . ^*, * *--*      *
School keys.'.......-.':. ���
Washing towel*  ....,.���
Special p;nuit expend it-
hire, Clnrk&Stewnrt .
Co, Ltd. fundi urn. *.
12 DO
4 00
03 Iii
14 00
IU 00
44 55
112 50
23 21)
25 'UU
' 10 0i.
2 7'.!'
GO 00
145 00
10 00
; 33" 50
-, 22' 5P
127 5(H
.1 0( =
G 50
12 2r*
*���* .^-^ ,
No. 8 Mink School.
SEALED   TENDERS, ���supevscribe.-i*
���Teiuler  for No.  S   Mine  School,"
will be lereiveil hy lhe  Honourable  ihe
.Minister of Public Works up  to no;-*:i of
Tuesday,, ibe igih A iv of May  191J for   '
ihe erection  and comn.e'ion  of a iVo-
room school-house at No. S Mino, Cum-
berianrf, in the Ccmox Eiecloral Dib'.r'c. '
Phil's,   speciiiciitJr.nv-;,' cr.Ui-.oi -������  r.nd
(rtriu* oi ic".vier hiay be seen ^n and'.-'f-  ���
t r      the        1st       day .    h       Mny.
1 9 14,       ..ii '    -ihe      office      of
.Mr. J. Uaird, Govwmneat Ajieot,   C'tnii-
'berlaud, B. "C;   ^kr. "A.  J.'" SaW.'kn'd". ''
Secienvry of ihe School Board, ..C*u*i,b��r-  r
land;   li.   C;   ancl    the Ucpj-.tmcui,-of ���
Public Works, Vicioiu.
0   By  ai^plicati-in   10   ihe   undersigned,
contractors may pbu'n' a* cop.y of the
plans and sperilicatioais fbr lhe &um  of.
te,i dollars ($io>, which will be' refunded.
tSti reiurni.'ij' sain* 'nKnod order.
Each proiiosal must be  accompuniei
bV an accepted  bank cheque or   cenifi-
c'aie ofdi'posii en a chartered   bank cf
* ., *       *     *
Canada, made pay-ib'c ��� to  the   Honour-
ible lhe Minister of Tubjie Works, fiu , a   ,
iii..  equal to 10 i o.r cent of tli-e lender,..
-.vhich shill be forfeii.eil if the party ten- *,
.loring decline   u:   ent*.:.v 'inlo   comraci.   ,
\!ieu sailed upon to do 30, oi  if he In1. ���
0 coinpleie, tiie    work cbiin acted   for..
1 he cheques oi .crlii'Vaies  el d<.'f ..iit of.
���34 0!
5 ol
���   G 00"
1150 07
A. McKinu.on, funi'tro'    200 00
275 00
Repairs tn  old vJiool
syo oo.
Maps  ��������������������
,  '15 00
Labor putting   in. uew
. de3ks	
100 00
Scotion 42.
NOTICE in heuiby given that,
on the 1,-tt day nf Doeomber nuxt,
npplieiiiion will be m.id�� to tho
.Snporintoudent uf I'rovinciul Vol-
ice for renownl of tho hotol liooiicc
to en 11 liquor by iot nil in the hotel
known tts-jtlio Willow*' Hottd, niiu-
alo al Campbell Uiver, in tho Pro-
vinrool BriiifdiGoluml-ii,
Dated this.Slh d��y of October,
Total expondit. 1913   ��12302 00
High school fees due $54 00 ,
licspectfujly  submitted."    .""
Hoard of School TrusteuP, On its -
borhwid, IJ. Cm J'iiii. 8, iyj-1*
I,hereby certify thtir L have e\-
(Section 35)
Way wu nl l-iiiul Di.ilriot,
Diitrint of Sa^wi-tnl,
TAKBNOrirKitnt IIMon. Hull,   of
lierloe Bay, 11, 0,, inn-ndi* to up' ly for
punninHlnri tn-lniiiin th��< foll.twirvl ilnn.v l>.
oil Jiiml:���Smnll inUiul in Viiidol|ili Ctcn'n
In^onn, on Curie/. Ixlnnd, t'oiiitiinuclin' nt
a prut plnuled mi lho ti. uthwuKl uorner of
Ul'iinl, thoneti Mlowlnu tho hIioio nortli-
trly urouvul dm ioliiiid to point of row-
nH't'Ccment, cni.Uinfiig AO nrr(Mfn'ir����r
Dated Mnreli II. IHI I.
NOTICH is hereby {jiven lliai,
ou the ninlli day ot Way next,
appliration will be ujnde to the
Siipeiiiitoiidentof Provincial Police for the granting of a license
for the sale of liquor by retail iu
and upou the premises tu be con
structed in accordance with the
plans aud specifications lo be filed with the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police, aud to be
known as the Pier Hotel, :uul to
Applicant be (situate nt or iuar tlie yovem,,
  juient wharf al Royston,   Nelson
I J)i.ili id, liiiuMi Coin ml* I.*, upon
llie lands tiescnbeil its Lots 10
and zi in Block IC of the Subdivision of part of sections 4 aud
ft A
Dated this ist flay   of   April,
un successful leudciers v.i'I  be  rcmrnt.c'.
in   thc'i-i   upon   the   cxccuiioi*   of   the ���
couti'act.  ' .. ���
Tcndeii will not be can**icit.jrcd .unlesi
nade'out or. the   farm; supplied, sis-ned
��� ���villi ilx; aclual Jiyn.iluie 'of.th*.   leiider-
er ami   ciu'lcied in '.lie envelop'?'.* fi'i'n-
��hrd "...
The lowest or any lender nol necessar
ily accepted.
J.  IL. ClUYflT}!,"
Dcpiuy Minister and J'ublic W^iil-.s
E-nyiiiccr; Depaameni of I'tfblic.Weik-**,
V'ic.orip, B. C��� April a-b'.i^i^.
niy6 'mvifi
m 9 (WvMMUwvUAnAM rf*- )U N ** ��*M > I J�� **' it*
tU U     \tTtRJ *|>i     i*v /**     l,t 1*    lvt*  \[\
6HS{��ieAa.V FWR3
Canarllan Government t��dt.'i  im
show v/c havo tho purest.   '*]
nii'I highest strength zooAAi I y
QillQiVn let uiccl l:y t>.e j- fa
bent Kakeja and C.ttjr*:ra ^.^'
cv'erywfiere.   Cop-Ui no A ^
moio than th-? interior h'te$
r*i iyt.]i'.
YmVfi Qtrttoi ttwt fe$>crwd
ri'-W *"v ?�� ��.tf'-n**'>i*-.\"i. ��. <i��'. Af f.
-'   tor ttVitiwl unottt, &j \��ir .. *W,
bold i)V ull liruh'ctil/. j. i": A
WMjm'JJ   oil  iCJc-tkt or itfic-a
. ���    ..      t. - ii$-y-\*ii>-U> lo'. A/WV  Tfr
\tx Koi-Jftii Oa���Tfli:o.*tr-).o-iT. VintQug W�� .iu,y4
1L00K OUT "
Violin Striuj>.��, T.ilking nir.-
eltiiieneedles iiudjVie.or Records
for suite at the NTeVf * office.
Vw^o tliwjihcflhio,
Thr Urtilt litmtifili Ihtivdy.
l\ j>o.,lllv��* rur<�� for all fiwnui n|
w. , HtuHftl WchUi.ow. M��ntJ��l i'ml
1. ��� u *..a '>uk tlrr.in Worrr, Khihalon*. .VV *'
���ui/iirr-'iOi*!', tmitnttr-o'i. YJtt to of /.luin! o-
,tt**t, a\\ of wHd�� W*J in CWi��uin!''.,tn,
.   A__ lamm    ll..kMlll**lJ   ��m*   m��a9>\t*   tf PA V/l I'vlitN
for the Milk vagon
with .li��- (liivii Uok
n<u.sii Mll.K. AM)
ntVtrettm n '-��l*jt of iimcu. V.'rinij;<u i **ii.phi**
I'juWiJOil Mnmi.tnti Co.. Vftuuiivir, O'.b...
l'\\i}\ 1T.'.M����;CI:
Our Mi il* i* the pr-'d-cl
of llu: Pest Pi i.1 Cov.s
Kttl-SIl    i'll.K.
Delivered mornii'.RN evenii.^i
!. MARUYA        S
GIVK ^S Y(��t:K M;. '
m:-R ro:*. J^i; pki-'
Oil ^sn-?K-��53������*^
tiie news; ctoibehlanb, b. a"
What about your wife and children ? Will they
dress well after, you are gone ? Wiil your children
be educated ?   Have a talk to-day with an agent of
OFFICES -���Winnipeg,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon,
Vancouver.       Agents Wanted. '
Same  0\C  Weather
J    People everywhere who believe that
ihe seasons were very different 'when
they were boys and girls may be interested in the statement, that, by ex-
amiuing fitirly accurate'   records,-, ex-
, ports in metheorology have been un-
jable  la    discover    any    appreciable
I change in the climate of norther t and
{northwestern Europe in 1800 years.
ARE YOU UK ��� -
The Jam of Absolute
Can be had from your
Packed in Gold Lined
Pails    .
Living on Borrowed Time,,
It is- reported lhat forty Chicago
fc-opuiasouuri&ns ��� have formed themselves inlo a "Club of Borrowed
Time." ' With the object of outwitting
Father Time, the'following rules were
drafted for tlio guidance'of members
by their -president. Mr. A. T. Uening-
way, himself the K!xpress correspondent, uays, a man of seventy-five:
' Remain a loy till the end of (line.
Fie married.
He  moderate ant',  temperate  in  all
-   Itead  your $iblo.
Smile when yoij retire, smile When
you awake.'smile when ihings go
wrong, and keep on smiling.
Ko p"i-.-ion under seventy is eligible
for nie-inhei'ship, and every new mora-
her must plclgc 'himself "to keep
young' and to cultivate ihe glad eye"
for the I'cst of (h? timo that he remains on earth.
"Patrick,, O'Rourke,- an Irishman, had
the misfortune one day of falling
from the sceond storey of a house
just being completed. Mike* Flaherty,
the foreman, saw him Tall and immediately, caller, an ambiilpuc-. which in
due course of time arrived. The sur-
soon gave one glance toward the still
form and said: "lie's dead."   '
Pat, who was'coming to, heard him,
and, rising to a sitting' posture, replied: "You're a liar!    1 ain't."
Mike was statuJing close by and
took hold nf Pat, gently saying: "U.y
down, Pat. the doctor knows better."
���Xational ,Food Magazine.
Only One "Bromo QUININE"
To get .lie genuine call. Cor full name.
for signature    of    R.    TV.    GROW.
Cures a cold in One Day.     25c.
Not Satisfied
Despite the fact that the British
navy estimates fo; the'current year
show a proposed expenditure of $257,-
500,000���an increase-'of, nearly $10,-
000,000 over last year���the greater
navy advocates arc not satisfied. The
London Daily Mai", says: "The programme of new (ipnstrucliou. consisting of* only four battleships, four light
cruisers and twelv;- destroyers, ^with
an undisc'osed number of submarines,
is disappointingly meagre. Judged by
tfte admiralty's "own standards .*'(' is
quite sufficient. No' provision, otlu-v
than a slight acceleration of the battleship programme, is-.made to fill tho,
gap lef'. by the delay in voting of the
Canadian dreadnought. And 'yet, :s
Mr. Churchill y.iiA last year, these
three ships are absolutely required
from ' HUG onwards' for the whole
world defence of the Hr.tisfi ��� empire."
Living Proof
Madge���Science teaches us that a
man becoi..es what he eai1.*. Do you
believe itV
May���I-Iov,- can yot: doubt. . it?
Ti.-ere's Harry, -, [or instmce. He's
eaten a lobster evi-.-y nishi. for yenp.
Howard���I hear your daughter is
going to/marry an L'rigli;.,h nobleman.
fs it all settled?
Coward���Yes; it.very cent she had.
*    Minard's   Liniment   for  srile   everywhere.
"It is said that women are braver
than men.    Do you believe it?"
"Well, 1 think more of them would
take a chance at marriage."
Young House* keeper (timidly) ���
Isn't 11 cents rather high for turkoy?
1 am sure Unit the price across the,
way Is only 1". ,    '     '
.Butcher���Willi the feel, on?
Housekeeper--N'-io. I think the fool
are. cut off. .
Bii'.clicr' (wiih a superior f-.'-iil .) ���I
tho'iulit so. When we sell a lu.-kuy,
niii'iun, we soil it iVel and all,
"Why have you interested yourself
in Uieosophy?"
'���Well," replied young Mrs. Torkins,
���'my husband persists ih talking about
-banking-und-our-reno-y.,���I���thought- I-d
follow, his exainp'e and try to * get.
wise about-something that neither of
i:s r.nderstands."    ,
quietly stops  couchs,. cures calds, ancl  lieals
th; ihroit and Ivnr.b.       '���'���       ::       25* csnts.
But Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Reatored
Mrs. Bradley's Health ���
Her Own Statement.
A sby young man had been calling
on, Ihe sweetest girl in the world for
many moons, but, being bashful his
suit, progressed slowly. Finally she decided il was no lo her. to start, something, so (he- next time he -ailed she
'���pointed to the rose in hi*.-* buttonhole
and-said: "I'll give you a kiss for that
A. crimson flash oyoraproad lib
coiih'ieiiiiiK'3. but lhe, exelungc was
made after sonic lio'sitiilioii on I.Is
part. Then lie grabbed, his lin L and
starlet! to laavj the room.
"Why, where aro you' going?" she
asked, in sui'prlso'.
"To ih<---or-~uoi'l8l, for more
roses," ho culled f:'oin lho front door.
No' Rest With Asthma. Asthma
usually iitl'icl's nl. n.'ghl, tbo, ono, Mme
when rt's'l. is nceik'.'l moid. lI"iic*o tlio
loss of strength, tlio uervjii,*- debility,
the loss of llesh and oilier evil: wliich
must he ox pool cd unless relief ia secured. Fortimnlel.v rol Iff ly possible,
Dr. .1. I.). Kollogg'-*! Ast: -i-, Remedy
has proved Hh merith through yours
of Service. A I rial will surely con-
v litre you,   ,
The Passing of Winter Leaves People
Weak and Depressed
As winter pass;-, away it leaves
manv peonle feeling weak, depressed
and easily iuul The-body lacks
lhat vital force aud energy which
pure bloo.l alomj can give.
Dr. Wtr.iams' Pink Pills for Pale
People aro an- all-year-round blood
builder and nn-ve tonic- but they are
especially useful in the spring.' Ev.eiy
dose helps to make new, rich, red
blood. Returning - strength ' com-
-Qences'WL'.'i "their use and tbe vigor
and eheerfulr-ess of good health quick-
lv follows.   . ;.
' There is jusc one cure forc lack of
blood ahd flial" is-mwe blood. Food
is the material from which blood is
made, but Dr. "Williams' Pink Pllis
double the value'of the food wc eat.
Thev give strength, tone ".up tbe
stomach' and weak digestion, clear the
complexion of pimples, eruptions and
boils, and drive out rheumatic poisons.
If you are pale and sallow*, if you
feel continually tired out, breathless
after slight' exertion, if you have headaches, or backa-dies, if your joints
ache, if your appetite fails and food
does not nourish nor* sleep refresh
you, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will
make you well, and stron*;. To. buil."
up the* bloc is the special'purpose
of Dr.' Williams' Pink Pills, and that
is why they are the best spring, medi-
at. this season give Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills a fair trial and you jwill rejoice
in new health", new strength and new
'energy. Do no< let the trying weather
of summer find you weak and ailing.
Build yourself up now with Dr. Wil-.
iams' Pink Pills���the pills lhat
strengthen. .
Ask for Dr. Wil'.iams* Pink Pills
for Pale People and do not be persuaded to take something else. If
your dealer docs not keep-these Pills
they will he "sent-by mail, post paid
at-.'50 cents a box or six boxes fov
$:J.r*0 hy writing The Dr. Williams'
Medicino Co., Urockvllle. Onl.
A Tired Vowel
' The letter "a" complained of exhaustion.
"What's "the trouble?" we inquired,
"Juki, observe how 1 am overworked iu 'Panama Canal,'" it explained
Looking inlo lho mutter wc saw
that It Indeed had ground for complaint.
Some Forestry Facts
The forests or Argenthr* are said
t�� ccntaiu enormous reserves of quebracho, a tree of large size producing
a very hard wood containiu*r from ���lite 26"per cent, of tannin. In .1911 Argentina exported G8,43l,'tons of't'anu.n
extract, besides' 35,793 railway- ties
made from this wocd and _488,210 tons
of the limber.
At a co-. of only. 550. the Dominion
Forestry Branch recently erected a
lookout' tower fifty . feet high.' overlooking two hundred-square miles of
woodland. Similar towers-are being
built on all the Dominion forest reserves in the west in order that tires
may he seen and extinguished before j
they have time io spread beycr.d con-'
troi.    , - " |
Douglas fir'iwtbs the only important i
timber tree iu Canada who-e produe-'
lion of lumber in 1912 did not show a
decrease from 1911.   This tree, which
is the chief timbci.' specie*! in British
Columbia, and is third iu importance
in" Canada,    derived    its*-name ��� from
David Douglas, wl.o discovered  it in
1827 and introducer, it into the gardens of Kurope.   Its adaptability and
rapid rale of growth led to its being
largely planted as a forest tree i:i Germany, France, Denmark aud England,
and  the  Indian*, in British  Columbia
sell immense quantities to European
dealers every year. A Danish plantation at ihe age of 29 years produced
S7 cords' of wood, equal to an annual
production  of threv  cords per    acre,
which    is    about    three    time.:    tlie
growth-rat;* of white pine on average
soil in Canada.  'The ivooj of Douglas
fir* is also considercbly .stronger than
white pine, and is, valued highly for
construction  purposes because  of "its
size, strength and comparative lightness.^  Tlie mechanical  properties, of
this wood will be fully investigated at
the Forest Products Laboratories re-'
cently  establish!     by  the  Dominion
Forestry Branch'at McGill University,
.Montreal. ^
A tree in its lifeLime produces over
a million seeds. ��� If only one of thoo**
seeds,grows up to take its place, that
tree has fulfilled its function.
At present, ,in orc'.er to secure adequate forest fire-production it, is nee-
essary to in Eta I ��� lookout lowers and
telephone lines so that the fire-vaug-
ers * may early locate forest fires and
rapidly assemble a force to fight
them. A professor of physics lias recently stated that ".there.can be rea;
son-Able doubt as to the applicability*
of wireless telegraph to the forester's
problem of communication." An electrical engineer in a recent book on
"Telephonology"' supplements -this
statement by predicting that "in the
near future (he wireless telephone
will not only progress far ahead'of
the wireless telegraph, but take its
place." When instruments are per-
systems' of fores'; -fire-protection will
bc, to a large extent, revolutionized.
'A. Vancouver lumberman" has . estimated that "one ton of refuse goes to
the burners for every thousand feet of
lumber cut.". In his own saw miU ho
has eliminated this waste by breaking
up^tlie refuse'into small pieces which
are manufactured inlo fuel briquettes
af a cost of only $8-a ton.
The' word "lumber" is said to have
had its origin in Boston because the
merchants lumbered the wharfs with
''wood.goods." The form, it ir, claimed,
is merely n modification of the' word
"Lombard" .boouise the Lombarls
were the f.rst \r w.nbroko.--* and lie-
cause it originally carried with it the
notion of rubbish.���Forestry Branch
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The Blck    are    cured, and: all.
others ln same stable,* no matter how  "exposed,"   kept  Trom
'���having tho disease," by using
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, In feed. ��� Acts on the blood and
' expels eerms of all . forms"' of
distemper. .   Best remedy ever
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Tubs and Pails retain the  heat
of   the water much longer than
*-��� u
". the wooden or galvanized iron
tubs, are cheaper than the latter
and   will   not   rust   the  clothes
Ca.'\ always make sure of -getting the highest orlces for WHEAT, OATS,
BARLEY and FLAX, by shluplnn thi-' car lots'to FO.O" WILLIAM AND
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Thi splendid servics in" effect to Canada? the magnificent appointments of th* ships; the courteous attention of all employee*,
are oharaeteristio of the
And are strong features in making your  d.oieion   to   h ���''���'*'������"���*���
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Lucky if That's All
Gibbs���Huvu you given up anything
tor Lent?
nDll)bB���Not yet; but 1 cxped,before
It's over to rjivo up the price of an
Knsto'r 1ml,
All old woiiuui
I'r'fl and ordeml '
WInnip<% flfiniiila. -- " Klcvo.n years
ago I went to the Viotoria Hospital,
Moutro'il, Buffering frith ii (jrowtli, The
iloeloni Hiild it wuh a tumor nnd could
not he ri'movi'd at it would (;aune In.itnnt
doath. Tlmy found thntmyorgniis woro
uH'i-ct.-'d, utul Hiiid [ could not live mori*
tliun rtlxinoiitlmin the condition. 1 wan in.
"After I ciimc home I snw your ndver-
tirti'in-Mit in the pupiir, find cummnu'ed
lakinj.-; Lydia K. r'mkhnm'a Vr*|jelnhlo
Compound, I tooU it constantly for two
yoan, find Htlll inlto it at times, nnd
both my hiwhand nnd myself elaim that
Jt w���� Uie mentis nf tmviiij}* my liff, I
highly r hco in nn* nd it to suffering
'"nmud "     Mm'OiuHi   ItntniMV    W4
' Johnson Ave. WinniiH'ir. Manitoba, Can.
"Why will women tnknchitncoHorilrng
ing threu-fdiirtlis of the joy of,, livin/f,
when they run Iind heulih in liy din V���
Pinklittin't' Vcg-'in- fryp,
bin Coffipouni) .'        ^jli'/
For thirty yenrt it uff
hn�� been the .ititn-
dnnl romedy for fe-
���torcd Uie health of
thonnnwlfl of women
who havo been trou-
bled with niich ftil-
rnenU n�� dinplacemcnt', intlninmation,
ulceration, tum6r��, Irrcgiihiritii-**, cte.
If yon want spuria! mhiro
. wrH�� (�� Lyillrt JJ. IMiiklmin >W*d-
l<llni�� i'o. fcnnfiilciiliiil) Lynn,
illnxa. VniirloCtnrwIII Unoimuirt,
road nml itnHwornl ����y ii woman,
Aiifl Jml'l in nfrlct oonfhlnuca.
Arthur T, Tludloy. precildoril of
Vule, Kiild ru' youth a', a ton I.i Now
"1 ;in ' youth mcdcwl, iiliuoi-.l over,
inodetil. J t'on't iikpcp with lhe no.
copied ideti of youth that Ih cplioinlz-
ed in tlie tumi'doto
"At'cordlnj; lo (liln iinccdote, nn old
man mild to a youth:
"'.My boy, when I wiui your nf;*! 1
tliotif,'lit, like you, Hint I Ifiicw It nil,
but. now liuvij rcaglu'd ilie I'lJiieliiHlon
tlmt  I knew nothlui*."
"Tlie youth, IIkIiIIiik a fljiiirolfo.
nnuwcrcil oiii'ofiilly.
"'llm! I .'fiiclieil lli.il i'Oih'IiihIoii
about ynu yeiirii r,/jti,"" ������CIiIciik'i Hot'.
won't into lho sroy-
n pound (if liinib I'or
n ntew, whio.li entile tn 12 ccntr*,'After
hidiiK served she wild: "D'ye not
throw Komcthlnp; in wl' It?"
"Oh, ylti." replied the grocer, "li
yo wall n, minute a'll throw a Bitck
o' tntiea an' v. barrel o' applet* an' a
hiiBliel o' tuvnlph an' a box o' oranfien!
An'" lie Khouted iir tbe old woman
flounced out. of tho Htot'o, "when 'nm
not busy n'll throw In tlio i*oho nn'
cart! U' yo'ro not mil lulled then, eotno
bin*.;*; for the Bliop."���National rood
Masn/.Ino. ���
HOW.     DODD'S      KIDNEY      PILLS
Mlnnrd's    Liniment    Cures   Duma,
Johnny'u ProQreGs
"I inn nhid I" Hte ytm home, Johnny,' hiild the l'lithcr in hj> hiiiuII hod,
who wiih now buck on hiu vacation.
"How ure yi.u get'IiH', on at Ht'liool'.'"
"Fine!"  wijil    Johnny,     ":    havo
H'.illn'il    (u   r.A,t      �� <i >.i.s    ,<..'     ,.uu    ..
i*iv,i  jilc^fi*' U\   Vrotieti "
"flood." mid the fnllier. "Tnul'ii
more t tan it you ow: learii'.'il lo nny In
Kiih'lUi."   ���
When nhn reliirnod from hor mini-
iiu'r vaonthiii hho reeelved liim ivlth
nn Icy domciuior,
"I'm t'<)lii'�� to rIvc you hne.k enn- oiv
KRKtuucm rlnt!," who Hiiid, "1 lovo nn-
"Will you nlve nie hU iimiie nud ud-
droHH'i" he liniuirt'd, us lie look the
I'.l IV
"Mln nddl'.'H'-t!" .ilio I'xclillmeil 111
Hiirprlse, "Whal ai"' ymi Koinj; to do?
Kill Mm?" ��
"No. Indeed," wu.'i the reply, "| wtinl
to i-HI lilm thin rlnn."   '
Now thai, dootorti have Ihe ropn'u*
lion of chiirKliiK oulrnneouHly for nd-
v'ei tlm lo'.lowlnj' story IHilKtnitoa n
"Well, well." Hiild Dr. UlRhlll,' n** hn
met u foriiier pnth tit on the Htreel,
"I'm Kind lo Hon you iignln, Mr.
Hrown, How ur.. you tliln murir./.K''"
"l-'ii-Ht. ilofdor," milil Mr. llrown, imi:-
tloiiHly, "doe. It conl iiiiylhlin-' to hill
j    l,AW)<i    7lv i ji,*...*' i .i.'iiji!rj','l,.'.   ilhlj
nol ,"ieni lo worry you. Iluve you had'
any iirovloiiH oxperlonee?
(���||eni--Six oliUdi'Pii.
Used to It
Pembroke Woman ' uffcred for Fifteen
Yeat'B He/ore She Found Quick Relief --iid a Complete Cure,
Pembroke, Out.*���(Spooiril)��� Of peculiar interest to women is the Htory of
lho euro of Mrn. Morilo Lnuco, woll
known  nml'highly    respected    bore.
Lot Mm, l.tiuce Loll thnt story I ���. her
own words.
"For nbout lift con yenrs I wns a
very uicl: womnn," hIio nays, "My
nleop was brokon nud iiiiioIYohIiIiir'
nud I had a bitter taste lu my'mouth
in thu inornliu;. ,1 wut; often dizzy
and fluKliei* of Unlit lloated hofori niy
oycu. My limbs were heavy und I
had a drnKKlnS nei'OHn lho loliu'.
"At. IiihI. HIiuiimiitlHiii wiih added to
my trouble:', and I nlHo miffnrcd from
liimbaKo, dropsy and Knivol, 1 felt
thai', my kidneys woro the eintso of
nil my troubles r.nd doubled to try
Dodd's Kidney IMIIh. From almost
the Ilrst thoy did nio Rood, nnd nl'tor
tuklun' twelve hose i I am nijaln u
well woman."
Women vl.o iiiilfer nhotild lcftrn
Hint. Iho eniii-to of their (roilblen bt bad
kidneys, llavlnp- learned thnt, tho
rest, Ib oiiBy, Thousand-; of Canadians wlll tell you out of tholr own
experience that 'Doild's Kldnoy JMIIb
ii hv uys uurp bad kldneyfi.
Proof of��Hly Klndnesn
"I  wonder why Amy    .-et'iiMcs    to
marry. Mr. I)oolln��?"
"fiho's afraid ho woi-'l  be kind lo
her." .
"Won't lm Kind to Hurt   UHnuuiui
iinu'ioii/..'  JI.'i.i.i*'. ,ili<; .jOi'j* ib" bi.iuM"
ful iiiouunieni ,he put ii'i for hln Ural;
Superintendent"���What wo v.-.uit Is
a iilgbt wiitclniiaii Umt'll watch; ulert,
and r'oiuly for "the slightest noise or Indication of biirKlurs���somebody who
can slocp wllh one .eyo and both cars
open. iuul. Is not afraid to tackle anything- bod?   . '
Applloiml���-I seo, sir, I'll ,soiul my
wife nro'incl.
Oraeo (iiKod  f,ix)���Mai'uma.  cud  a
little girl us ULtl* as mo be arrestod
fur playliifi suffni:.;ettes and breukliig
wlndowH? , .       .
Iloriiitillioi���No dour* eortainly not.
Why do >'o�� ask? ���    ",
Oriieo (I'oliovcd'iind Kloofiil)--Oli, r
sluiil wovry.      	
It Ea603 Pain. Ask you driiRKlRl oy
doalot' In niodielr.OB what is the
most impular of the niodicliuil oils for
pains In lho joints, lr. the muscles or
nerves, or for ueurnlKla hnd rheumatism nml ho will toll you that Dr.
ThomiiB' Holeolrltf Oil Is In Reenter demand tlm" miy othor, The rcuso.i
for thin In Unit l-t POHHOSHOB Krontor
healiii!'' (|iii'-lUlcs thn ii any other oil,
An Anolstant
AlBy'fl'Mother���1 liuppnso yer ��ot-
tin' it nond foo, Hlr,��� for atteiidin' to
the rldi HinlUi boy,'
nnulor���Wi'll. yos, l r,-: n Pi'dly
iiood I'O", but why am yowi'skitiH;?
Alnv'ti Mother���Woll, t 'opo yor
won't" I'ni'Bnt- Unit my little Alio*
throw tlie brick tlmt 'II. 'lm.���J.otulon
Mnn of tho hontui (coldlj)*���To what
am ! Iinlobtod for lho honor of this
visit, all".'
(Jnllrr���To tliotlrtn oi Dunn and
Dunn, Hlr.   I'm their now collcclor,
Engines or nil I inda. IJoliora of all
kinds, Plumbing Maclilnoi'/, Tanks,
Heavy Plate Work, etc���Write for
TORONTO,.     .     CANADA
Stonemason (In wltnesfi box. da-
ocribliiK nH.uiiiU)���lio walks' luto my
yard and riiniH mo up agon one o' mo
own tombntones.
Counsel���Did ho hurl you?
atononuinoii���Hurt mo! Why l'vo
Kot, 'Sucroil to tho memory of Ptmnp-
ed all down mo back,
l.ltlle Alice, nKod four, was taken
In to seo hor now twin brothers,
"OU, mnninia." .ilio oxclalnind,
"you'vo been to ntiotlior har^nlu
Musical Instruction I'or iho.'.jofn-
ployos has been uttirto,-- 'oy','M(tU*
Liiundrlos, Ltd., at. their .laundry ut
Woaldstone, .Uiirroty,, J-'nuliiiid, mu'.
tho wiiHlicrwcmon li(iv(i Urid tholr ilrst
lousoiiH III tlligllllV,  .     ,     .:'" ,
i.i  no :i  i-uiiii". i>   Ki-iil ii-iii.tit.
"I don't  know;   I've only soon  his
behavior lu town."���I'lillndelplihi rub-
lie  LnAKi-r,
W. If. a- W��
More  Prosf
A man worth JlO.dtirt.OOO In no hap-
i>'.t!   ili.m  ,v   uiah   v.-Di-th   ?!i,0')'i,nnn.
Money dors not nlways brlnj; luipjii-
(!'��� l,!o[i|/K'/ill'K
| The man who once most wisely said,
j Ho suro yuttfo iiiuii, iticii v,i) i-itti-.wi,"
Mluht well have nddoil this, to wit:
\"Ho sure you're wroiitf befon you
( quit."       ��� ('hleiifio Tribune.
���"Willie," sild Hie lonelier to the
small hoy at the bluclilioard, '-how do
yo'< t'i'Uo 'lio-n'?"
"I don't write a horn," repli-'d Wil-
file,   "I  Id/)ii'  11."
Woman Shopper-I want  a pair of*
.-Oi li.. fur my Jiurfband.
Clt-ik���What nuiiiber?
Shopper���Hp'h number tin re.
"U'llllani, r.i  up fr> niv r'tnr��i   V.acI,
of my wardrobe tliero nn-   "
���rii'-ir-',  nlr?"
"Yes.    How did wm imd Uiem?"
'O::, -icry ;;<>e>l ���nd'-l. *-ir"
Mrs. rioodwln-l wish io select, n
iii.p��i.i*��i fo- tnv liiisb.'ind, nml I en.i'l
find iinytliiiiff suitniilo. Do uoosii't
smoke or drink, o,�� no onl iih-bts or
plnv 1'iirdH.
Hiilesporson���li* he fond of fatiey.
work'.'���Nnlloiml Food Mann/iiif,
Bronchial   Distress   and D.id Throat
i Trouble Relieved at Once
A Human Churn
Hi'iinolUi���iMV.    llinnhni..t-l.    hi i-uis
to be sitting jut it good many danc.s
Ibis t.*v��.*l'.llil?.
lilonillito���Vt's: bo Jii.-.t told rii2 ho
It, drinking cream for bis bonltb, nnd
lin Is afraid of i-ingol.**; in into butter.
Wi'.llo--I'liclo, why did the og-i,
Uiicltf���Kb'.'  1  'i.'u-'t  know.
Wlillo���lU'Cftii.-'p tlh* riioiiU looked
jio tondert
Uvery day comeii now*- of wondor-
f,,l cures . mndo by Cnturrhozone.
(*nHL'(i aro reported and personal testimony Ih Blv-Mi that proves beyond
(incHllon tho mnrveloua merit of Cat-
nrrliozono. , ���   .
Hml rolds and vuiunuK <*Vh: �� ���""P'*
In ri fow mlmitoH.
Inilitblc throat imd dry lironolilnl
rouitliH aro holpo.l in a Jin'y-nhvt.y*-.
euied-lf Cnttirrbo::one Is Ubod un .'li
reclcil. ... i
Clironle Colnirh hi tho nnao t'.nd
thi'O'it the sort ihnl hoops the breal'i
mnk imd iniilutalriH a tlh*. slrlififln--*
dl��i.luiiic ovoT1 Mini tyVo nt r/ihirrli
yluhlH complL'tfly to tht- power of ( a-
.luul think o! lv.
Nol a drug lo tako, not un hour lo.
wait for relief���you Jimt simply In-,
hrtiti \bv invu.-.UkVi p^iii.   <iH��|.\>i vC C.J.'.-
arrhozono nnd got woll quickly.
"AVhut Cntarrhozono did for mo in
oii? woclc was simply    u   inlrnelo,"
writes  Malcolm  It,    Mcintosh    from
Hydney.   "I hnd a frl��htful ntlfick of
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lilze. 2">e., at  nil dealer** .'>^_ ���������������*'*. k*.V. ,'^t   -  ��������� ���������*���������   ". ��������� i ���������'. t \ y.. * j .^   "ji V '. ���������      '.   -  ��������������� .  Ji'a>~ .  *    .-������������   ���������** \  1 i Ji  7  THE NEWS; ���������CTBrBM(L"AM>, B. C.  tlfllfln-tflllllii-KMHIftftlfH    |  . MUS" MAN EAT WHEAT ONLY  The Army of  and  ion  It Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������they not  only give relief -  they permanent!  cute Constipation.   Millions use  them (or  Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Htaiadtt, Sallow Skin.,.  Small Pill, Small Done, Small Pries.  Genuine muitbcM Signature  lymiiiimwiiiimiii^i  I  A  Rial  Irfivor  BlmuUtlon  GOLD WATCH FREE.!  A itraiuhtforward genaratu  oflnr (rum in Httbllihed  arm. w������ m firing ������niy  W������tcUe������ to OiouuiuU a(  ixwiito all o?er tha  world m. ������ ha������������  advartlieuient. ' Now  li your ehinM to  obtalu ona. Writ*  , now, enclosing to  ��������� cent* (or cut o( oar  . (uhlotubla LnJioi'  lout Catrda. ,* ar  Dents' Albert-!, font  , cflu-taff^ i������ld to wttr  * -Willi llm wttcli, which  . wilt l������o iclven Froo  (thaiA \ratehos * aro  ciurttntecd Aro t������m).  ������hou!J rna t������k������ id-  . Tuntiie ol oar murrel.  loui offer. Vfl oitKMt roa to tall roar IrleoJi  ������bout ui Md show thom tha baantllnl wMeta.  Don't think thla offer too cooil to In Uuo, hat ������nd  35 cants today tod nin a Frm Witch. Toa  will l.o amaro.1 -WILLIAMS 4 LT.OYD. Wholwala  Jowellon (Uopt.lW), 89, CsroitallU i'anJ, London, N.,  Enclsnd.  Palpatable  ��������� Variety   of   Grains  Seeds May Lessen Cost of  .      Living  AVheii (be French tjuesu was told  tliat her starving subjects had no  bread, she answered: "Why don't  they eat cake?" J Better advice than  that is open to the, world, apropos.' o.'  Professor Dickson's., alarming* discovery that, the earth's supply of wheat  will soon be exhausted, lr the world  has no more wheat, jt can eat Indian  corn. That can bc produced to infinity. Maizo yitlds-niorehinits of energy  to* the acre, at less cost to cultivate,  than wheat,- aiu: it does not' exhaust  tho soil. ...    \  .Fifty grains;--at least, there are  which are n more economical food for  me,') than wheal. Some of them are  very huniblo. and ��������� u a regarded grains  indeed, but amazingly rich,in energy.  Tho sorghum plant produces a head of  grain which' abounds in protein, besides being very palatable. ��������� At the  same time the stalk of the plant  yields sugar, and the coarses parts- of  it can be converted- into paper. The  humble sunflower seed is. produced,  under skilful cultivation, in a vastly  higher ratio to the Ucre than wheat,  rye, oats or barley, ��������� and it is a fat  food.        * ' x  We are only at tho beginning of the  earth's food resources. Hood by rood,  the land on the earth's surface can be  mado to feed ten humans, and-more,  where,s it now feeds one. Professor  Dickson"says we aie outgrowing this  earth. ���������lt will bo loo little for us by  and by"." If that is true, we have only  to reorganize life and production on a  new basis. Brains, science, co-operation, the will to live, wisely, stimulated by the growing need, will magnify  this earth info a planet as big as Jupiter, so far as production is c8n-  cerucd'���������-New York Mail.  Milter's Worm Powders a'ct so thoroughly that stomachic and intestinal  worms "are literally ground .up and  pass from the child without being noticed and without inconvenience to  the sufferer.' They are painless and  perfect in. action, and at all times  will be found a. healthy "medicine,  slrcngthenng tho "infanlle stomach  and maintaining* it in .vigorous. operation, so (hat, "besides being an ef-'  fective * vcrruifug'-*, ' they are . tonical  and  health-giving  in  their  effects. '.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If YOUfrri'OUT of SOKTS* 'KUN DOWN' "(IOT till' 1H.IM-.S'  SUrTliK (from KIUSKV. ULAUUIvK. M'.KVOI'Si UlShASI !.,  chronic\vi:akhkss.ui.i*i:ks,ski.i kiu'ptkins.i'iu:*.,  write for FREE ci.orii ndiisn mkou.ai. book Om  those .llscasoa and wonukkki.i. cckks eiicctt-ii by-  THENEWFRENCH REMEDY. M.1N.2N.H  THERAPION^iffi  thermiiecljr for votm own alluuMit. Al.-.olut,*ly FREE  No'follow ii'i cirnil.iis. .\o obligation**,. wit, i.kCi.khc  MlUlf O.llAVKHSTUCKUD.IlAtH'Sli:-.!) LONDON,liNU  WE WANT TO I'Ilo VI.' TIICK.U'IOX Wil.I. CUKK VWU.  A young mau happened to*be present Jat a party. One of the.company  offered him a glass of whiskey. He declined with thanks, saying that he  was a teetotaller,' Unfortunately for  himself, he; bad a very red nose, not  at all like thnt of one who abstained  from intoxicating liquor. *���������*-   , -;  Xl mmed iatcl vJ.on���������his���������r at u'sa 1_6 L. th eL  drink.- an* old Scotsman, who was a  bit* of a  wag,  stood'up, and  said:  "SVecl. man, ye inicht tak' doon yor  sigh, ancl let*folk ken .that ye'ro teetotal."   .       X '.'...  OUI Sores.. Lumps  Jn Breast, Growths  removed and heaU  ed by a simple  Home TreatMon}  Descrlbs the trouble/* vye will send  book and testimonials free,  THE CANADA' CANCER XNSTITUTE. 'Limited  .    ,    ' 10"Churchill Ave.-Toronlo.*  No pain.  TT7.1-    ^���������W.'.JT'l  '  i,i.i������������������i.������i.MtfV*  ;, '  HERBALIST  . Five dollars guarantees delivery by  registered-' post Alver's Three Hours'  Tape Worm Itomcdy, Nover falls.  Pnlnlosfl. Write Alver, r>ul Slier-  buorno street, Toronto, Ont, '  A bilsiticsa man, with, many ' relatives, so*iiVe of v,'hom were woll to do,  but .grasping,, recently sought the services of bis' lawyer to draw up his  will. When, lifter'much labor,' ��������� the  document, wr.s completed, the - client  asked: ,    '  *  ��������� "Have, you fixed, this thing, as 1  wished it, tight and strong'"  "I have done my .best," said the lawyor.''     ��������� "  '"Well,'*' continued, the. "lie.nl., "I  want to ask you anothor lliing���������not.  profession ally, however. As a-friend,  and man to man, who do you think  stands Uio. best 'chance of getting ti-ie'  properly when 1 am gono'"���������Harper's  iMagaxliie.  Sciatica Vanishes Instantly  If Nerviline Is Used  -CAN YOU  BEAT. THIS CASE?  No ordinary, liniment will even^ relieve Sciatica. NotLing but the most  powerful'kind of a remedy cau-penetrate through the tissue's and, finally  reach the Sciatic Nerve.. You-can"always depend on the old-tine" "Neryi-  line.". Nothing miuU today ii as good  foi*- Sciatica as Nerviline was .when  first, produced, about forty years ago.  All.this time the same old "Nerviline"  has been curing Sciatica, Lumbago,  Rheumatism, "and is considered to be  without au equal in relieving pain or  soreness luiywhere. ��������� "Nerviline"  couldn't be made Wronger or better,"  writes JameS K. Edwards. "The way  it cures Sciatica is to me simply a  miracle. For"years 1 'suffered frightfully. I ruined my stomach with internal dosing, l rubbed in gallons of  oils aud liniments���������none were strong  ���������enough. Oho good rubbing with Nerviline relieved. ,1 kept on rubbing and  shortly was cured. My father cured  rheumatism iu his right arm and  shoulder .with Ne.wiline. and my j  mothor cured herself of, chronic lumbago with Nerviline. Our family simply r.wears by Nerv.iline and we are  never 'without a 50c family size bottle in our homerWe Hnd that for external pain, for coughs, colds, earache,  such minor ills it is a veritable family  physician."  The Cure of the Goil  ", From time immemorial men have  kno'Ap. the v'rtnr-s of the soil in heat  ing ti.ose whose mind or body has suffered from ills which are inevitable iu  crowded cities. In mythology the idea  was liriuiy c'rjiiallizod in tho old leg-  end'ol-bim. " l*c was rendered a'l but  invulnerable by the reviving power of  mother earth. Thrown, to the ground  in any contest, he arose each time  stronger than before. Which * means  that a return, if only temporary, to  the natural life from which 'civilization tends to wean man is like a re:  turn to the .well with an empty pitcher. That this'is realized now as rarely before is amply proved by tho present anxiety on every hand to get the  most possible of country1 life. Who  does not know people, who openly  boast ������ that they- have ^thrown  physic." to the do^s since they began  'to work in-some fashion on a little  plot'*of ground, however small, somewhere in (.he country?   ,. ' -  '  And if the recrudescence of this old  idea which prompted Horace -to llee  ihe populous Rome'to tlie-simplicity  of his-Sabine farm seems especially,  strong today, when numbers are being used up phy-iciUiy and mentally  liferflfcrc'  by" tlie sires  ticcably,  Tof Toity-1 i tert ircrcTs_no  too, a moro.modern idea. Prevention, which.has become the watch-  ward in medicine and social welfare  work,1 is also in'the minds of many  who, ". to .keep themselves fit. have  turned to country lil'j pursuits. And as  preventive treatment, what, .is here  meant, are fho humbler Conns of* country like activities, available.particular-  lyto IhosjTor. modern means wlio will  entrust'to no, gardener or horticulturist or landscape artist Uio.tasks which  .tlioy ihomselves can-do, with the'assurance of, gaining .thereby health and  pence of* mind.  The preventive Idea is the modern  helpful .view. Let the city dweller or  worker,.bear Ilia:, in mind, and go lo  lho soil before-ho has to, Kvon a temporary return to nafiiro gives comfort 'wild relief to a broken num.���������  New  Vork Host,'-  OSTRICHS.AS BIRD SAVERS  Women May Have Feathers and Still  No slaughter Be Caused  The ostrich industry is good aud it  is worthy'of e.uoourageiue\t. No woman need fear that she is aiding-in'  any way the'destruction of birds by1  wearing ostrich plumes. Thero are  many more of the bird-s in the world  today than there were when their  domestication lirst bega's, ahd probably no wild African or Asiatic ostriches aro new shot or trapped for  their��������� phimos.. The product**teen in  oiir stores all comes, from strong,  happy birds hatched and rearrd in  captivity.' U������e of their feathers does  not entail the sacrifice of lite, nor  does it cause the slightest suffering to  tho ostrich; taking plumes from au  ostrich is no more painful to the bird  than, shearing is to a sheep, and does  not. caus; it half the alarm ;> sheep  often  exhibit.-  at  shearing  timo.  The call for feather- finery rings so  "loudly that' wo'iier. will probably  never'-cease to he.i. it, and it is tho  ostrich���������lhe big, ungainly, /ec graceful ostrich;���������which is to supply the demand for high grade feathers of tho  future. Surely it is uot too much to  iisk women to turn to this source of  ���������ypply, which furnishes the most "desirable plumes in" tho world, and thus  to spare from Lettiless torture and  death .the winged tenants of Held aud  forest.���������The Craftsman.  rwrajM-r-ri**-^^  A Gin Pill at.Bed Time  will uot only prevent any form of Kidney trouble  but will assist theJCidncys iu their work of filtering;  the impurities from the blotfctT" Kidneys working  properly mfcau a good complexion, bright eyes,  a clear brain, iu fact a condition of general  good health.  ���������   Gin Pills are sold by all druggists, at 50c"1. per  box, 6 for $2.50, or direct from  National Drug tied Chemical C������., ol Canada Limited. Toroute.  IS  At a Dis.i-vantage  "I always' leave.my busin-t's.-i U th?  office when I start for home at  night." ���������  1   "1 wish' 1 could."  "What  is your business."  "The .u-ini'.pul pan ol* it is explained fo my wife. She. lulici'.'.od our  money."  Mir.ard'i:   Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  The Foe of Indigestion.���������Indies'-  tion is a common ailment and 1'ew arc  free from it. It is a most distressing complaint and often tbo suffering  attending ii is most, severe. ..,Tlic  vory best remedy is Parmelee's Vegetable- Pills tr.kc.i accjrding to directions. They rectify the irregular action oT '.be stomach and restore healthy action. ., For; many years lliey  have heen a standard remedy for  dyspepsia and Indigestion and are  highly esteemed for their' qualities.,  , The limited, .express tore madly  along through midnight darkness.  Suddenly the alert'- engineer sprang  to the lever aud set the brakes. Tho  sparks tlew from the rails as 'the locked wheels slid aloii3 with a cry--of  pain.������ The lights were extinguished  as' car after car toppled from the  rails. Then came* a, shuddering sconce more terrible than the harsh  grating (if iron ,011" steel.  " Some passengers ���������* made torches  from fragments of wreckage and  searched for dead and injured.. A  sound singularly like a shore issued  from a pile of debris. Hastily removing several pieces of twisted iron,  they  dragged  a, slumbering porter.  ."Great heayeus!" they exclaimed  "Didn't"1 you know there- had been a  wreck?'' ���������     * * ',--;������������������ ���������   -'  ���������������''\v*elif^*emnru-m7*~r"T~u*&"Teit~^someT  thin'. but T done thought we was  couplin' on de dlnin' ,ca*' ai. Jackson."  ���������Youth's Companion.   ���������  A   Neat  Come-Back  "I wish I had taken my mother's advice, when she bugged nie not to marry you." - ...  "Did your mr.llier try to keep you  from marrvliig mo'.'" ,  ������������������Ves,"'  "Ob, bow 1 have wronged that woman."���������Chicago  Record-Herald.  U.S. Navy to Abolish Wins  Secretary'of the ::.*v;- Daniels ha.l  issued an ord<-r abolishing the wine  Ik if on hoard all, ships of the .ivy.  It docs' not becomi.. effective uiit'il  July 1st r.ext. T. 0 actio:, eanie as \  surprise to. naval officers and official*  or the administration. It was'said at'  Lhe White House that Mr. Daniels acted without consulting the president. U.  folto-jvcd the receipt or a report from  Surgeon General Unlisted of the navy,  lu which tho latter condemned tin  wine mess aboard warships and recommended that an order be issued  abolishing it.  A MOTHER'S PRAISE OF  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  "Papa', what dees . the preacher  mean wlien he lalkc about, an 'angelic  choir'?"    . "  Ho means, my dear, the only choir  that hasn't-any jealousies."  Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days  Druggists    refund    money    if    PAZO  OINTMENT fails   'to    cure    Itching,  Ulinil,   Bleeding  or  Protruding  Piles.  First application gives relief.    50c'.*  ��������� A worker in one. of the mission settlements 0 was . speaking to sonn  waterfront boys with reference to  Roman history. He touched upon the  doings of'Nero, giving-a vivid'picture  of the cruelty of th'.' ; emperor. It  seemed to ��������� the speaker that lie had ���������  fixed the idea of- Injustice and wickedness in the_ minds of his. hearers.  Then he began to ask'a few cpie's-  tions. .... '    .     -  "Hoys, what do you think of Nero?"  Silence, broken only by an uneasy  .shifting of the lads in their seats.  "Well, Clancy," said the lecture/,  making an individual' appeal,' "whal  do you think of Nero? Would you  say he was a good mar.? "Would you  like to know him?"    "' '   *  . Clancy, hesitated. Finally, after  again being urged to reply, he did so  in these words:  c, , 0  '���������Well, he never done .lolhin' to  me." >. ���������       .1  Willie���������Paw, what is an altruist?   i^*iw=rAn_all-iluls.t_is-iLUian_-who^is.  satisfied- with the way the govcrn-  meu1. is run and the way the ball team  is managed, niy son.���������Cincinnati 13n-  (liiircr. " ���������        ���������  Mrs. Fred Tinkham, South Canaan,  N.S., writes���������"Pieaso send me- another box of Biiby'c Own Tablets as.f  do not care to be without thom, I  liavo usedn thom repeale Ily antl consider theni the best .medicine in the  world i'or lit.'.le'ones." .Thousands f  other mothers say the same thing.  Tlio tablets cure all the minor ills of  childhood such as constipation,, sour -  stomach, colli*-, colds, simple fevers, .  etc., and are guaranteed to be absolutely safe. Sold by medicine dealers or by mau" at-25 cents a box  from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Urockville, Ont.  "Eddie, what's the matter?������������������ Pall m  the ice?"   -   ���������  "No, I tried to hang :oine pictures  and stood some dictionaries,, on a  table and they slipped from' under  me." , ��������� ,  "Words failed y*?u, I supposi."������������������  Judge. '���������  ���������  Would -Have   Been   Embarrassing  "Uufc why  did   jou  let    lilm    kiss  you ' .. ���������*���������  "He   threatened   lo  didn't." *  scream    if   I  Put Forth the Best  My experience, in the varying judg-   '  .  meats given about poetry has all converged upon one solitary principle and  the experience'of the artist iu all ages '  is reported by history to lie of precise-      ������  Ay_jluu_same_direefion, xhat^pr-inciplo���������_���������  is,    that    the artist shall'' put forth   .  humbly and lovingly, and-without bitterness agair.st opposition, "the .very  best and highest that,is within him/  utterly  regardless    of    contemporary  criticism.���������Sidney Lanier.  "I* understand tbat demure ' little  Mrs. .Ilhku always crooks her olbo*-*/  on a certain occasion'."  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED DY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  '      >���������   ������������������ ���������������* ���������  Tlie number of ���������bulbs which hnvo  been placed'this season In the royal  gni'dotis nt. Hampton, court pnlnco exceed'a million, thr. weight being between two aud three tons, There aro  UO beds, with an average of about.  ;j,000 bulbs Ib a bed; while the grout  10 foot, border, which oxtonds from  the. river to the Hampton court, road,  lakes more than tin: wliole of the  beds. >  Mlnarf.ro Liniment Relieves Neural;  fl-1*'  PATENTS  I'Vllioi'iilmilimigh &. Co,, bond office,  King street eiisi, Toronto,  Caniuln,  SaveYowlealth  Most Blfilcnoaae-n that Impair lienltli  hnvo their nlurt in qnitj ordinary  allmontu of tho orirnnii of iliffCB-  tlon or diminution, Stomach,  liver, Itlilnoyii, mul bowelH aru  qulelcly bunofltiul by tho action of  BEECHAMS  PILLS  80M attrwuhitra,   In Ixtio-i. 211 esfifc��������� >  A Mere Allegntlon  "Why  Ih It Hint, a  mini  Koueivlly  unveil more money iiftor lio la niurrlod  tb'in li*������ did lif.fnrn''"'  "lie clor-Hii'L.    Ilo merely thlnkii lie  ./lo.iiA.Jj'ii'ulirtH bo ik getting ilium; wild-  ' nil Vo'iuaiiy tblugti llutt he formerly  luul."  "Tomorrow," announced flve-yfiir-  iA'] fiii]itnoy j.i'diidJy t>) )���������!'��������� ifi.j.ini... ;,.  ton ti'iiclu'i', "Id my birthday."      '  "Why," returned nlio, "It Is mine,  too."  Tlie boy'u I'nro clou.'. ,d 'wllli perplexity, nml. lifter n brie; Hllenco, he  exeliiliiiril, "How did you got ho much  blggor'n mo?" "  Anion-* llie guofits al n rceoplion  wiih 11 dlHling'iilHbed man of lcttem.  Ilo wiih grave uud somewhat, laclliirn,  Ono of tlio women prc.ieiit suggested  to the hOKlofn Hint, ho Hi'Oilied lo bn  out of pUiee nt. Hiifli a pa i'i y.  "Yen," replied the IiosIohh wllh ti  biighl. mulh*. "you see, lio can': lull*  uiiyllilim but  Hemic,"  So   Did  the  Con  The (lefeiiiliint, who wi's he'd on the  olmi'B**" of Itenplug n (log >vltlioui u  llei-iiHO, repeatedly trleil to Interrupt  I lie i>vl(|ciic'\ bill wiih lnmlifiil ench  I line by the courl, Finally the clerk  turned to*hlm:  "Do you wlnli llie court In iiiuli'r-  hIiukI tlml you rcl'iieu lo renew your  dog lifeline',1"  "Veil, 'out--"  "Wo want no 'biil.n,' You uiiihI renew your lloi'ime or be lined. , You  Know It ojjplrod on Januiiry 1,"  "Yon, nud ho did llm doi;,"  The 8v/eet Thlnn  Mlmi Hiipliorldi.���������I nhoiild JiimI lllio  lo hcu the man thut I'd prnnihu* io  lovo, honor and obey!  Aiu'H J'uitly���������I'm hiii'l* ymi would,  dear,    ltriiol.-lyu   Life.  ll, is well known thai in the bed of  lho St. Lawrence river, the outlet **.'  the great bikes, fhefe are In many  places masses of rocks Unit make iti*.  navigation* dangerous, except to reliable men whoso ' uowlodgo 'of the  sale. chiinnelH Is unquestioned, A passenger on one of its Rlonmera was plying the enptiilii wlth'f-r.GHtloiiBTiH to  file safely of the 'Journc,*, and al  lenglh asked:  "Captain do you know when all  tlie rocks are In this river?"  In Jils patient, dollbi-rnte maiiiior,  be ropliod: "No, ma'am, I don't know  where all the rocks uro, bul, I know  where the channel i������,"--t,lirlHtlun  lleriild.  m  Try   Murtno   Eye    Remedy  lIlliiiliio.-t��������� Iri morn common In men  tliun In womon, the proportion, according to lite liit-it Humm' return'*, bo-  lug o:in lu i'v;*ry' I,.'IIII iiinlcii and one  m t:\eiy \,M\ ii-iiiiiii*.s, Am r tgardrt  ilonfiii'HU, however, the poiiltion Is ro-  v'.rneil,  When thn clock hIi'IUph 111 wlmt  tlmt*. Im IIV  Time lor llm clock to be flxed,  Whnt bPfiime of fli" iiiuii wlin xinlo  the fiileiidiir.'  Hi- nol 1" monlliH.  In a ruff* with time why .-bnnld a  Hinging nuiHip-r win'.*  Ileriniso timo IIIimi und the alii'rlng  tiuirter fif-ntii time.  > Win n*������j Vonlfl flood ������w> Alltyn������ that ftnoA Cfl,v������ I  ���������tlw.'MO Kyo UnuotZy Co., Ch5oajt>  W. N. U. 908  ( Providential  I    **ff*������   a(������iir)iH   to   h<<  olway-j   fli.i.ilii-;  raliibow-H."  [ "Yen; tlmt nppmi'H to he bin inoth-  [oil of providing for n rainy day."-.  ������JwA-io.  (lie  toinlly  remeily  for  Cowil**'  uud  CoMr/  Hmall  tloici.    Omull Imttlf,    IleU islncr!  WO,  A Hcoltl.-ilr fiii'iiior of a mlHr-rly din"  liOHllloii boii.isht n lioi'ric al. a full'. O-.t  I Iir* way liome ho UioiiRlit m drink of  wulor would rofriMli It, no lm ftol n  pull of wiilei", but tho unlninl would  nut Iuko II, Wen, lm /iot home, lu>  offered ll i. feed of corn; bin, to IiIh  KiirprlHu II would .iot tuni'Ii Hint,  ell her.  "Weel," hf iniillornd to liliiiHi'll', "If  only I wiih sum yo wero r. ijulil worl,*-  er,   ye'ro   Ilio   vi'i':.'   lioi'He   for   me,"  Acceptance o' L'tc  NothiiiK Hhiiit of the lifo of ll.o  mltiil will lift a, mini out of l|ie 'ihiiln  of tli'Htriictlvo (ilreiiiiiHliiiienn. Uecoii*  (i llntloa In wlml nil phlloBopliy, nil rn-  Union, all etliicii nlin ul, They aim to  rei'oiu'lU* iiiuii to wlm! lc, hie spirit  to the iiu.ltM'0 of llilui.'H, lii,i prldo to  the I'nllH thiit vlnft 11, his won.- to the  imiiutivo mul iuiui.' I'.i.iiiltH   oi    iiic  wnr!:.    Niu  1 Vlilll'll .-ij illl'd    Ji*,  f'Dwern nt Ih.'' imitiltrV feel, do the;'  it(!i!(iptiiii(.'o uh ft lover kIvoh the w|hIi  iii'ciiptiiiHMi iih u lover Kid' till) WiHll  of IiIh iiiIhIVoiih.������������������llur|iiU,'ii \\oi-kly,  "l ne Uuccr be*-  "I ulw .yH knew womon wrm Incon*  Mul out, lmi. I iimirc! of ono lodiiy llmt  InkcH the ciip-eiikc."  "Whnt did hIii' do?"  "('linked her liiinhnni'1 onl nf I lie  linuHo with a Hlova-Mftei' ;iiul men  cried lioeaupi. lie lcfi with nt I.i:' 'm;  her KnotMyo."  "He lafli'r Ki'i'fjinl iii'D- Thi.** play  conlaliiH ii Brent deal of fo.ni for re-  licet Ion.  Sill'���������-1   lillppOK."   Hie   MU'l'll   JOU   HI'1'  l?o|im out Ih in --ot ���������'()!U','th!i:.; In uiii'ii  It duivii,  Ti)inni.v--Wliy do Hut flui'Lii dive','  Jlnrp-fJiiriiiii   Uiov   tiutril '��������� wan I     10  llquhluli'    their     b'lllH.-lVmi    Hittl"  Troth  Feared Paralysis  Mr,F,A.Krutz,Schwartz,Que., writes���������"For about  one year before using Dr. Clmne'������ Nerve Food I was  a complele nervous wreck. Could not rest or sleep,  was irritable and easily excited and had indigestion  and dreadful headaches, My nerves were continually  on edge, and I feared prostration or paralysis.  ^ After the first three boxen of Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food 1 felt (-really improved and six boxes mnde me  entirely well nnd slronR. There is no treatment  equal to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food as a means of  buildin*.; up the nervous'system."  NerOes so Exhausted  could not Sleep  Mr, Dennis Mackin, Max ton, Sask,, writes--" 1  have just finished using the sixth box of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food, and I must say that when I commenced  using it my nerves were so, bad that I could scarcely  Get any sleep. I would lie in bed nearly all night  without sleep, and one who has this trouble knows  the misery of sleepless ni-jhts. Tlie Nerve Food  helped me from the start, nnd hns built up my nervous system wonderfully,     I now, enjoy good, sound  iilccj-, uitu j a-.lead uf fcclinii  luccl in  lhe UiuniillljtJ I  am slronj; and healthy.and well filled for my daily  work."  , 'Aftor mini' Dr. CIi*hi*-'i Nnve Food foi * frw duy*. you  will lind'yournoH lest irriuble ������nd excitable ������lcr*> will icliirn  io tmioro your nervoui nystt-ni ai nolhini? rlne t in, ������uii ywii  will he itnrted on the way to complele recovery,  Dr, Cniit'i Ntrrt Fo������d, lh������ griittit ���������( rtiUrillui, 50c. ��������� bu, 6 (tr $2,50, nil Jiiltri ir Uuum, Bilii lc C������,, Ltd,, T������r������t# -������-������������������*���������������<���������- ������.*r*  :**'������*'*r^-������t^t^x*1^^r^^nw'XXir^  .*winn** V-wi*"-"- V*J������T*������������'J,������,������������������^> -*l  ���������w^^ff -vS^i'-������.  -^���������-^-���������v ������^sz  m -������C^.~*rBJ*������������SIJ S^-WV*-"*^ t-**!*"*^*^*!  ������������������g**-^*---'---^!^  " "^-S^*-" ' ^*-fc������ * *%k ���������" - *������"  a I MM i   ������t i  THE  NEWS,   OTMSER.LAND;   BBmSfT COL-FOCBM.  -    ,      -, ' 1  *.,,,*-*Jln SO.'!)' tUC i  Company,   j  , r-oi hold iti-tSli  ��������� .'.piiiior-sof oi.li-  ���������: in us columns  * **'���������"������  V\'K Yt 19M  NOTICE  ."J TAKK ATSD  [ER.  . '.>;���������  > -i  "-. ..-  i < ������������������������������������'���������:.. fjiveu that Ksqiii-  ..    '        .--.  rnilwny, of  Victorin,  >���������,, ;         :'.,? i Ho������ro������ to take fad  v.u-i."\ :���������;- ,:-.a r'-r '2I houi's, of wuter  ...;������������������-: -.' . ���������:������������������:- ���������"'.���������������������������-���������. ������V.-U'h (V'fws ia a  i.. '.I,. . '*!, -..-.*.- through ixewcastlt  ���������i *.',:*..* Struitsof Ooor-  ���������-. -1 i.f ��������� Pi'g Qualiotim  ..���������'���������-.vill.ediv.rt.-antiiOOO-  ;���������y naA v.ill be us-.d  - *, ���������::''���������*���������?,y *.,'������������������"��������� |jiisvb on the imd  < .. -tr-ivty kiahs of Way,' Thi-*  . - "o -: .-.-, \,hu ground on the  ��������� -y'-yh'.'},. Thu applioatiia  "... otlica t.i tbe WUtx R*-  ;. u_. . >, 1". (.'. Objcosioaa may  ' :! ���������'.* ^ii'd >Vn'-.'r Recorder or  ... .'���������-. ���������.- . o11,t cf Water Rights,  .*���������-���������. ' ���������.idi ���������*.������������������������. Vic*, rit B. C-  MALT A KAKAIMO RAILWAY  . Applicant  ' H. E BEA-5LKT-  Ageat  '   * vny7  0-.  ,1!"  .vi*" '  ',1    "  ��������� A  nth C-;i A i V  t til Kl-OK M  NANAIMO IIOLDEN  ATCJUMBEL{LAND.\,-  IN THE MATTER of Sarah .Ell*  eiior Tyson deccasod, intestate.  ���������AND  .   ;-      *  IN'TIIE MATTER of th������ "Oftl  *;hil'Administrators Act.1'    '  TAKE NOTICE that by' order  uf   His    Honor   Judge   ftarker,  -i -T*  mado tho 5th day ��������� ot   November,  1013, I was appointed" Administrator of tho Estate  of tho nbove-  iiiL'iitinned decwiped, and  all pu'-  ties having   claims   ������cf*<\iiist   tho  said cst.ito aro horeby  required to  furnish same,   properly verified.  to me on or  before tlie 18th day  December, l(Jl3.    AND all   liar-,  ties indebted to snid   ������state,   aro  required to pay   tho   amount   of  thoir indebtedness  to   mo   forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1013.  W. AVfsi.ev Wj.i,i.a.ri>, ,  Official Administrator,  Onmberland, B. C-.  ��������� ������������������:������������������������.  5R  NOTICE  "i'.XUK TO TARE AND  ���������0 i-"  in  .  '".--ob) y.-oa   that   flsqni-  .--. :   %   :*���������������������������--. ..������������������"-r*  ".l-iil'.v-y,   ol  Victor's*,  ���������.   '..;���������   ���������_���������*���������.';��������� '. -r ;> i ���������*.** *ice to take nn.fl  -.*��������� if) i,W .,'���������*. I l-'ii-* p i" ii--1; hours, oi  water  r. (*-'A:A'j ('-'.���������'���������-. ���������va:;:h i'.u.vs iu Ji ttor-  '���������:.���������!;,. <:. v-:voa   ihroTJgb  'N'-j-u-a.s'i*' Dis-  :.:ui  <r.*j,itie-- -into  'Den R->*v,  nenr  vs l ("' >: ;*.}:���������    the wiii-ir will b-j diver-  [-.':. -.'��������� y.IiQ- i-vi-tresui fr.ni  Railway  mid  v.--.'A I'.'. ns**-.-. for (Antral Kulwiy purposes  :������������������'��������� i'o. ���������:��������� lP".r'i dfceuiibecl as. Kail way Right nf i  "���������'..y. ' Tb'K r.-'t-ca wis pfl&k.c3���������on    trie"  aro md'or. 'ho 3-d '<1 y nt April,  19IS.  "L-fij f.riiil.&itiiin v.ill  ba ������iU'������l '������ the ofScu  J-.i! !:���������������������������*) Widor R-cor.l-r st Yictorii, U. C.  yi*)-ct!..->.i8  i������������ty !.vo lil il  with ih������ uaiii  Water ^'-tordef ir viith  ihe Cooiptiollt-.r  :.i Wt*r Sj^-lUi!, ��������� JParViD.ir.eut Hu Wings,  ViirtoVK. R 0.  KS'QUiMMM th NANAIMO RAIIiWAY  Applicant  11. E: BHASLKY  * Agent  ni-.iifi ��������� my*  IN   THE   COUNTY-COURT  OF N A N AI MO   12 OLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND,.  IN THE MATTER OF Dnniel  MngftR dcc'eaaed, intestate, .who  died fll  Cnmberiiuid, H. Q,   o������  Juno 25th IDia'   ..  o    AND ���������  IN THE MATTER of the  '-Official Administrators Act."  :    TAKE NOTICE that   by   order of His Honor  Judge IWktT,  nifidi) the 5th day  of November,  L013, I-was sppointed  Adnnnis-  trator of.tho Estate ol tbo above-  mentioned deceased,  and  r.U parties  haviiw '(-lRima   nsninst   tbe  said estate nre hereby lvani-ed to'  furnish   wmc,   proj>erly   verified,  to me ou or before the 13th of De-  ���������ceitrbeiT-l-y-1-3:���������A-N-I)~.iM_pai:tine.  indebted to said   estate,   are   required to ])uy the ai>ie*rti;t of their  indebtedness to me forthwith.  ' Duteti this llth day of November, ii)ia.  W. WlCfeLKY W������J>.U������I>,  Oiheial Admii)i-3-triito-r,  -    Cwinherland, B. C.  V-7ATER NOTICE  FOR A LUT.NCI'VTO TAKE AND  UBB WATBIl.1  NOl'FCil Is Imrctw jviven tliat K-qui-  mutt' k Niuaimo Railwiy of Victoria,  V, C. will app'y fur .< Yiiu ���������'������������������ to la'ioimcl  ti'ii l(K������,fllJf.(>niUiiiiu per "JA lwiur**, <>! w������ter  sni o( Hint*.?! (Jio'i, which flow a in n  i.o*'il.fr'y dirii'tii'-ii Uu,<'v-ithrli Kwlr.on P;a-  Irid iiiiil inifiliw iiiti) r.a*jrn������ Souinl jw-r  Ti-iiIVu i-t-vcr. Ttit! iubir will b'i <livr.rt-.ti  it IVW'*npii4ri)fim from Riilwny anil v; 11-'mi  iijtvi for Gnwiii'i! J-tiiilway parpoi-w on *.'.>(���������  Imd iln-*rib������tl ai r.i\l*aj":i(ibl'iit AiyTbi-i  IH^lCl-l '.VI1H. (KViltiil   Ull 1.1,������ giounJi ; ^   '. iio  3rd d.iy of Api? JWA The ao\ Wcm^  v. i;l bo l\\\A ill X-u *���������������/���������������������������*��������� ol fl" ''''.nr  Vt crx-dcr, 'Vlutoriiv, fJ.O. 0' jtiol.iorg mny  bn fili'd nith thu miUI WuIit Hfmiili'i" <>r  witli-hi Q i ih |;i roi lor cf W'st'vt J:;i;!'it-,  R-.rtinii.iKil l-Juili.ii-jf-1, Vmtoiii, li. b.  Kifjrj(M,Mj'r .-������ NAN.VI.UOKAILV'AY  A,������iili-'.������iit  P.t, R."   ^Hl.BY  f������i\������h,  INTHti COU-NTY  'JOUIIT   Q)Y  NANAIMO 1IOLDEK AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MA'n'EH oi Daniel 0'-.  Cor*flJlrai8P kaov/a.sn '.Daniel  John 0*ConnoSL deceased, intea-  tfttr, who died at Cajie Oemmor  o\), Slui-ie.t District on Javiuaiy  26,lirtS;  aNO  INT HE M.ATTF.H of tbe "yYiYY \  Admiiir.-'trai'ii's Ac';/'  |    TAKE NOTaCi-:- ih'.r. :-.. <xYYY  ; H'Ui  .M'->nor   Tu*,!|.:������  j ihe I'y.h duy cf A"-'.1 -  \MIJ    i*Hi)1KJll*.'f.*'*-     .' .i  ���������.(he YaMuIi t,\ |'>-.  -h  i ih'ner.Ejd, i*.*.i'-   ���������'*..'  jcliuriu 'A\\Y;���������- '; J  ! hcehy toiy :' ���������  I proporty v.ii:'.,- ���������,  Wirt Ya\ Yl'b   ������������������;  ���������\Yil,    .\N'-~  ' ���������;���������;  li'ttid ttf'.a!.!*. ..-'.   ��������� '*  ! DIliUI.'V   ' '    *''.-   .'     '���������'  ������������������I,;   *.. ,   ' -;r,v:  ' .'>   i\  . i.- - - - -, i-  -Y.i,"-;:h:y   oil  : i': *.;���������:',���������,.���������'". >'-n\ I  - i *         i * * * , *.   '���������*,  '.',  ���������    ;'. ���������.'���������' '*."���������':  i :   ',���������:     siiia;,  ...   j.,,-,.  '������������������ '.'i ��������� .  i'ii'-. fori.  h*.r  If''-'  IN  THE COTUNTV fOUUT GI''  NANAIMOHOLl^N' AT  Ot;MH.WH!.ANK>  W   TUB    MATKKH  IMJ    .John  ' Sn'iivWiilv^hnowii an ,"nbii ilavylh  duciHBed, in'tauto-. "'iuv t.iei' a;  Uiii.it to,!1.!)!) .Y������������.\y P, LV1'.:'  AN l>  JN Trr,E M'A'irrElt or ibe"0!lU:>;il  A-lir-'ifi^iratnr.- AoY'' ���������  TAKK NOTICE lIwvt fvv   /,rrl������v   n!_  jr.j. jfn������.ir ,'.'wl������������f������ Hii/k'-r,  s.'iftd-.1 i    .  ,*- *  tiy? "Ah tl'**' '���������?   N..-VCMWW    tfi,".. l-   ',   ;  I mva iifip-iinte-l    Aiiiahii-'tTHtor |r  nf iho !'i**.tuie->5  'Ite ���������A^'/.-c-rtHi* ���������'-, ��������� ���������  ilnimd ili'tKin-d*-. hwiS al-.   pat V  biiviuj* <!.';:������������������������������ ������;"'5"> " ,*'  "'"';  usinte .vrif hereby n������rj-i;a' to Jn. ;.,  uiuUBanu', p������o>������rly   v*.'iif'."d  t'*l;,''.  ma'oaor y-'J'iir* Jf������' Wh !Ji\y;n!';  D-ttcowhitt Krt3������   ASI* alt ���������������������������������������!.  tiv������i wilehf-t'1. ������������������> ������������bl icffttr, f,.-  tMi kwfcblvlii-w tm lue '������...���������.*.  PolwT Htfr" tMh rfry ������5   Nov.-���������  OlUroial ���������<ii)������iti^kr^**Tr  -Qtfli,>Milk-������ck,UL'a  i .< -  *������������������*  ./  ver  pnn  E  ���������?  If not, yoa had better  TRY SOME     It's both  o'K'; DHRUGHT" at "Joe Walkef's"  |4eui England 'Hotel,.- and in Bot-^  -jr*  J". .   <  . "V   ....  V A     *  at  A Most Healthy   Beveridge   and  made  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  a Vv,    .  ^.���������feai&jri  \/%J fk  Anything you want  ancl whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few .of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  WSTTKRIIEADS  IULMIKADS  KNVKLOrHS  PAMPHLKTS  CATAMX-M'rtS  MKNt.'S  m.oTTiuis  DODOKUiJ  POSTKIW  fcinrnxG tags  VISITING CAICDS  IMlSlNKK-i ('AUDS  WKVJDINS .STATUJ.NKKY  BALI, riVHij'lAMMES  ii ���������  KTC, KTC,  KTC  nX  ..' t  ������������������>  \   v  HE CUMBERLAND  NEWS  i  ������ialgrii*w/ii������iM*tt^ -. *'  /..-������������������-���������  J**** .'II  ���������i* V  ttttvtows. amiraHTsAm* iB. c.  9*************************  I ������������������   '   ������ *  i His Race For Life:  A Slory of the Sahara.  Desert  By CLARISSA MACK1E  ,,********************������*****  I'suil "Dun lap halted Ills racing camel  nntl turned around to glimpse his piir-  mors.   ' ,.*���������   ������������������"''".  l-'ur behind, thore among the sand  dunes ot tho"Algerian desert, were little blade dots winding In and out  'union*; the dunes, uow rising to view  nud again inultJui; from sight tiehlud  tome protecting hillock- of sand.  Paul spoke sharp!v .to his bcusl, aud  tlie camel shook his homely head, gay  wllh trappings of red leather and silver, aud without apparent exertion  rooked forward nt a most amusing  rate of speed.  Milo after mile vanished under thoso  tiroad hoofs, and each time that Baul  turned around his pursuers, stilt held,  the same distance. Although' some of  Ilium were mounted on lleet Arabian  - horses, iiot one had apparently gained  nn inch of the race.        " ,  lt was late afternoon when Paul  sighted the blue'blur Unit marked (he  Oasis-el Dnr. At/tlrst he thought it  waa a mirage, hut at last ho was convinced that indeed ho was approaching  cool shade, fo'odciind water, lie was  ' weary wljh twenty hours of--hard riding, he hud not eaten since early morn-  . ing, ami only occasionally had he  swallowed water from his flask.  Water .wan  very  precious,  and  he  v must make it last.  Now with the O'isis In sight bn could  drain the llask aud satisfy his thirst to  a degree.   '".  " v   A last glance over his shoulder show--  nl him that hia'enemies had given .np  the pursuit for the moment.   Evident-  .ly.they  were making camp so  that  they might,rest,iind e;it and thus be  ��������� ready to .continue tlie chase aflcr the  full moon had risen 'to flood Ihe desert  wlUi light.  '   The oasis was a small one, but It  possessed   a., good   well   of- .water,   a  "NOT ON YOUIJ MFit, YOUNd MAN!"  group of dale palms and a little grass  tlui I' lho ciimel promptly niftped awny.  Paul watered lho camel, snllslled his  own thirst and plucked somo dates  mid (llled his saddlebags wllh moro of  tlm desert fruit. Ilo (Hied liis flask  with the cold water nnd also lllled n  gontskin water hag Hint dangled limply from the saddle.  Ilo looked lo his weapons lo see Hint  thoy were in readiness; llien, sluing  down with his back against a true, ho  tiirjied his faco toward l.io west, where  lie'might wntcli Tor tlio coming of IiIh  I'lioinluu.  Occasionally   he  closed   his  aching  ryes, but lio did not dure lo hold thetn  Ilius for very long,    Ilo caught hlni  i-olf nodding now and then.  It hud been n long day nud a wearing one. ,  Paul nunlap had left Hie clly on tlio  rim of tho d'-BCirt with a fnllhfnl guide  who wat lo lend lilm across llm Al-  (,'orlnn desert to MM7.nl*. All Morn  hnd Iipoii highly rccommciulud by'tlio  hotel whero the American wns utop.  plug, and Pniil had been attracted by  tlio nlert, bright eyed young rami.  On llm third day out. when lho ilesnrt  rlty was fnr behind, All Mora hnd mul-  flc-iily Klokened. Whether It wan somo  organic trouble or whether It was a'  innlndy Induced by n trial of. some of  riiiil'B tinned provision*- tho American  could not llnd out. All hu know wan  Ihnl All Mom had doveloped a high  fever and suffered much pain.  Paul hnd Bcardied liN "lirst aid" cato  tor remedies and hnd nppllcd such ni  ho deemed would iieip Uio stricken  mnn.   Hut nil to uo purpose.  Just at sunset the night beforr* All  Morn hnd turned Ills face lownrd  Mceen nnd died, nnd nt thnt very mo-  merit ,'i inrgt- on no ot tiiiummi Ami-*  cnino flfmhlng up on tholr nnrthod  horucR.  Tholr lender, n florcft, aypit sheik of  ���������"���������ommnmllni*- presence*, demnnded tho  ���������rent-on of tho guldo'n denth, nnd when  Pnul hnd enflenrtired to ojplnln In  ���������hnltliw Arnhlc thoy hnt! cut him short  ind pmnoiinrrfl dcfllli n/jftlnnt lilm.  ��������� Bo ho wt flown nnfl Ifuncfl nflnlnil  Vt* ncnnbint form of bit ctcnol whlto  tbe  BedoulnB  made preparations to  tnke him to their encampment.  All Mora's death hud got. him Into  trouble. This raving band u������'.-Arabs  had seized the opportunity lo rob him,  nud If he escaped with his life ho  would be lucky.  Well, be hnd managed to escape from  Uiem as they Journeyed toward tholren-  cumpment.  .lust ns the black shallows  of their tents came into view Paul hnd,  maneuvered his camel around a sund  hillock and was a mile away before  his flight was discovered.  Jt  he could  circle around  to the*  north and then return to his starling  place, tbo city ot Uhourd-Aghrail, he  was positive that with another guide,  perhaps a little body guard, ho could  successfully accomplish ��������� his projected-  trip across the desert,  In fact, he must accomplish It. Ilo  had made an arrangement lo sell the  photographs, together with an account  of .his,Journey across'the desert, to a  prominent American magazine, ami lie  could hot afford lo lose tue.'inoney.  Mo had promised to deliver the first  batch of photographs on the 1st ol  March, and now it wns the 1st of  January, and all his labor, liad been  for naught.  When Hie moon was high' Paul  mounted his camel nud' rode toward  tho north. lie liad no doubt (but he  would run across Ills enemies sooner  or later; indeed, if they had not believed him to be worn out by the day's  raco they would undoubtedly be sneaking around the oasis now, but they  were.suro ot him. Foreigners luul not  tho endurance of the��������� desert people.  So the Bedouins believed,  Paul had a good start while the moon  was high: the racing camel was true t'i>-  bis name, and Ills*-long strides eliminated distances in an incredible inn liner.  Mile after mile lhe sand flew from  under the hoofs of the strangely,swaying beast, and at sunrise, just nt the  very moment wlien Paul was congratulating himself that lie had ontdis;,  tanced aud outmaiieiivered his cue-,  mles, bo saw a black figure silhouetted  against the pale desert.  It was a motionless horseman guarding a little group of white tents pitched  in a hollow among the sand hillocks.  The horseman turned and shrilled a  challenge at Pnul. and by tho time the  young American had halted his camel  ho was almost upon the white tents,  Tho sentry was an 'Arabian, intelligent'looking and with u-.smattorliig of  the English language.  Paul explained his dilemma, nmV ere  he had completed his explanation the  Arab shouted wildly and pointed off to  tbo southwest. \  Plainly visible in "the early sunlight  was a scattering company of horsemen.  "Yours -is a peaceful camp," said  .Ua u l*-busU I.\'v<-!!1���������w-i 11���������r-idc���������a-wny��������� a nd.  they will not disturb you; 1"��������� .'"���������  lie stopped short, for tho white tents  had given up their oceupniits-a dozen  men dressed in hastily donned khaki  and nil carrying weapons.-modern repenting rifles thnt made- lhe undent  flintlock's of .the attacking Am lis look  liko foolish toys.  " ''What's tlie. matlcr'?" demaiiiled n  grizzled haired veteran,'addressing the  Arab sentinel.  Paul Dunlap broke in and explained  ���������ind expressed, lils Intention of riding  mi and thus luring the npproiicliing  bandits 'awny from the .peacefiiPon-  i-unipmciit in (he hollow.  "Not on your lire, young mahl'Vcrled  lho grizzled man. "You'll slny and  light, and we'll see you .through (o a  linlsh!"  "Thank yon," said Paul quickly.  "Now, sir, I think we must he llj-htlng.  They are almost upon us."  In n fow moments 'ainniuiiillon was  passed around and (he men wero nil  lint mi (he sand, each behind a hillock.  Tho rillcs cracked menacingly ns (he  Hodouins came (lying up, screoeliliig a  ������������������iiviige wnrer.v. Willi each rlllo crack  un Arab tumbled from his saddle until  lit. Inst the sen tiering remniint.s of the  linnd dissolved In tho shimmering heat  of llm day.  The unharmed Amerlenns loulied nt  ench ollior and grinned congnitiila-  tlons ovor lhe success of their defense,  - "And now, sir," nskeil Pnul of the  elderly mnn who appeared lu charge  of (he pnrly. "will you pluiiso I ell nm  to whom I tim Indebted for (Ills rescue?"  "My nam*} Is Chester," explained the  volor*in-"vVnyliiijd Chester, nt your  service, I nm niimnger or it moving  pk'luro company, and ynu, sir, h'nvn  Just affordeil us an opportunity for  gelling ns Hue u rcej nt lilm iih I can  desire. Why, man, Hint iiltiifk wiih  Immense, nud I don't kimw how lo  Ihnnlc you,"  Tho niiiiized traveler looked closely  and snw that (wo catiiern men were  fussing over moving plcturniiiiichluc-i  near by. From different polnlsof vtin-  Ingo thoy had taken both sides of tlm  Utile skirmish,,  Tho while (cuts gave up fiuiher ne-  cuprint!*, many pretty actress*'*', who  had witnessed tho bul tie from safe  ipinrlern, nnd one nnd nil nf (hem  gnvu a warm wt-lcomu to tlm young  ndvenliirer.  That moment was lhe turning point  lit Pnul Vuvtiinrt't eni-enr Mo Inlnoil  (he inovliiL* picture compnny lu It1*  Journey ncroHH the desert, nnd his spit-  clnl inngnzliio article wiih nximmJcil  Into several thnt had to do with tlu;  fascinating art of motion picture making.  Homo dny when you nro witching  tho mollon picturo Hcrei-n ynu mny  como new****, the scene of (lint enrly  morning skirmish In (lie Algerian den.  ������rt or you mny boo a hnndsoino youth  rldlnjj n fleet enmel ncross fho-Hindu to  Mfictto n lovely Unnwol In dlnfwi, nnd  lho hnndnomo horo wlll he iwno other  limn Tmil Duninp. mid'tho girl in til*  n-lfo. for ho mnrr)i������d lhe pwlllwt io*  inn of thorn nil.  CRISIS IN INDIA.  A CONSTANT MENACE.  Grave S(a<e of Affairs Exists In Tho  Oriental Empire.'  A crisis, monetary, industrial and  political, now prevails in India, As a  result tho people Ot Hindustan are  reverting to 'heir former Asiatic  method of burying tholr gold aud silver, thus withdrawing them.,,from  sire-illation. *  Tho failure of the Bank of Egypt,,  less than two years.'ago,'has been  Hollowed during tho last, two or three  months by tho collapse of a whola  string of native-owned, native managed banks in India; carrying with  them'in tlieir downfall all. sorts of  dative industries, .such as cotton  mills, etc.-,'' which tley,were lihanc;  Inir. ..  The consequence of ;.ll this;has  been to causj u run of cohsiderublo  proportions on all those,other institutions and undertakings In which  native cap|tal has been invested in  recent years, crippling their resources  Mid 1n many instances compelling  them to go out of business.    .  Even so loyal a champion of British -rulo' as Sir Jamsetjci Jejecbboy,  fiftlrburonet of his line and acknowl-  pdged leader of the important and  wealthy community of Piirsces. in  Hindustan, has telofo'r'uphcd from'  Bombay to the Viceroy al Calcutta  and to lho Secretary of Slate for ln-  jia in London declaring lhat the recent events "tolerated in South Africa by the. Imperial Government imperil* tho faith of tho people of India  in the good will toward them on lho  part of the crown.!' .  They cannot be brought to understand how it is Uiat Great Britain,  having granted self "government to  her great'"colon! ns,'such as South Africa,* Canada, Australia and New Zealand, should bo powerless to.pro-vent  these autonomous dependencies from  enacting laws and devising measures  aimed against the people of India,  either excluding them, altogether  from the country, or else subjecting  (them lo.ignominious treatment.  . That the Hindu population is filled  with more or less latent sedition is a  generally acknowledged fact and has  found expression in the numerous attempts in recent years upon* the lives  of high English officials, culminating  in the bomb outrage which so severely wounded the Viceroy, Lord Har-  dinga, on* the occasion of his- slate  entry into Delhi a year ago. The revolutionary utterance, of tho native  press leave no doubt about tbe matter.    .  Il'is a sedition to which,there'havo  been many contributory causes, chief  among them the indiscriminate  spread'of education unsuited to native conditions, and ,ihe refusal of  tho'crown to satisfy their demands*  for self government, to which (hey  were encouraged to aspire "by irresponsible politicians.        ������' ���������  Another disquieting feature, of the  present situation in India, is the dis-  contenr^f 71.he^"STT0"0 OTOD u~JMosiem"s-  wlth the policy of Great Britain to-'  ward .Turkey, ever since, after the  memorable"'.'interview1 between "-the  Czar and Edward VII. at lte-val,"Great  Britain became united ;>y the bonds  of a de facto alliance with Bussia���������  that is to say, witlrtho hereditary foe  of the only Mohammedan power' in  Europe,  Until a few years ago tlr Moslems  of India-worn regarded both" thero  and in Europe as constituting...tho  prlncipi.l bulwark of British rule in  the Deecan. To-day thoy are a source  of danger*}   ,        ,,-,  Tho Game of Chance Played by (lie  Ocean Liners. ,  The presence of ice is a constant  menace to the navigator. . Its movements, often fairly, rapid when propelled by wind and current, make its  position always uncertain. One,.ship  may ueo immense fields of. ice which  another, passing over (he samo route  a few days lator, m������y��������� never encounter. Only those-who havo stood on  'the-bridge, of an Atlantic liner with  her officers on a dark night-when in  the region where ice may ajpear can  appreciate the anxiety of those tireless men, who know that, collision  with even a'*%mall floating ice mass  means damage to ihe ship. Tho  small masses called "growlers"'ofton  mean great danger. They float low  in the. water, leaving littlo above to  be seen by the lookout.  Arctic ice Is of great solidity and  very irregular in*shape. Eloquently  it presents sharp edges which can  cut, lho plates of a ship, shear off  rlve(s or drive a hede through the  bottom as readily as a* steel, knife.  The game of chance is therefore  played hy every ship that speeds  through the ic** area at. night or in  a fog.  To those skippers who have had  many years of experience in navigating its" presence is made known  by ������ number of effects. Before ico  can be actually seen there is a pecu-*  liah whiteness observed around the  berg on a dark night, except in the  case of dark bergs. Mariners call  this the. ice "blink." It is caused by  the reflection of the.' scattered rays  of light from the sky by the white  surface ot the. berg. ��������� Thus it is a  contrast between the black surface  of tho water, which reflects none of  the light, and the ice, which scatters  nearly all. of it. A dark berg is one  casting a shadow toward Hie ship.  When lhe light comes more strongly  from any particular part of ihe sky  lhe iceberg often cannot, be seen in  certain directions, while' clearly visible by (he ice blink in others. .This  is said-to be the reason why, the officers of the. ill-fated Titanic did not  see the berg soon .enough to stop, .  As ice is approached, loo, the temperature of the air usually'''falls and  the. marines describe a peculiar damp  cold, as distinguished by tho cold  caused by a change of wind. Icebergs arc sometimes delected, also,  by tho eclio from the steam whistles  or fog horn. Then they arc frequently heard for. many miles by the. noise  t'he-v- make, in breaking up or falling  to "pieces. -The cracking of the ice  or the falling of huge chunks into  the sea cause .a noise like distant  thunder.  Yet iiespite all these ways of discovery, the presence- of ice during  certain seasons is a constant menace  to those who cross lho sea, as the  wreck of many a good ship-goes to  prove.  Broke Tt Gently.  __j\_n*lu.e.r_gp_t  killed' and a   tactful  "BRAINS SUPPLIED HERE."  ������������������Organotherapy" Is an Old Medical  System Wliich Has Keen Revived.  Is it possible to provide the feebleminded with moro brain until they  are normal? Wild though the possibility -may seem to the lay mind, it  hns, nevertheless, been seriously discussed at th'* Congress of Medicine in  Paris. Furthermore,- experiments in  (he science, which is known as "organotherapy" havo already been  attempted.  This science really consists of  treating diseased organs with medicines made-from similar organs. It  is pointed out by medical experts that  the building up or do*toring of one  organ wllh extracts from a similar  one was practiced 2,000 years ago,  although, of course, in a -very crude  fashion, lt is.on record that.putients  suffering from an affection of any  particular part of their system, were  given the same part of an animal to  oat, with the idea of repairing the  local wasto and damage.. Thus eon-  Bumptl\es were ordered lo eat sheep  lungs; while, for.dyspeptlcs.was prescribed a diet iri which the stomach  ot citlves ranked as the chief item.  In an address o-i the subject delivered by a widely-known Roumanian doctor, Dr. Iscovesco, ho remarked that special importance is attached to the treatment of anaemia by  this.method. '.'The old treatment with  iron," he declares, "was never absolutely satisfactory, while if, a lipoid  extract ot blood corpuscles is administered lo patients the corpuscles rapidly multiply and the anaemia disappears." ���������  Probably the most startling suggestion made by the doctor was that  of curing the feeble-minded by this  method. Thin physician held that so  long as organotherapy worked so well  along other lines, it" stood within  reason that it would work well with  the feeble-minded. By giving thom  a.lipoid extract of rrey matter, an  extract of the bra.(n, it, ought to increase t'.ieir mental faculties and iu  time give to them normal brain. \ii  Of course, if this, is possible, it  will be one ot tho greatest wonders  and most valuable things in modern  or ancient medicine. *  *7-  D1SHES OF THE PAST  ANCIENT     COOKS     MAKE  CHEFS  LOOK SMALL.  OUB  associate was delegated to break the  news to, the widow. So'the tactful  fellow called al her-house and said:  ��������� j'With your golden, hair,-blue eyes  "and. pfnk and while, complexion,  ma'am, you'd break every heart in  town if you woro widow's weeds."  The   young  woman  laughed  and  blushed for pleasure.  "Oh, go on," she said. ,.  ��������� "And you are a widow, too," said  tho tactful miner quickly, seizing his  chance. "Bill's" head and legs and  .arms was just, blown off in an explosion.. But"you're goin' to look-  good in black, though!"  Origin of Stammering.  ��������� A now theory as to the origin of  stammering- is set forth , by C. .8:  Bluem-el in a book on that subject.  it is usually said that stammering is  due to spasm or.to incoordination of  muscles,, but this is no explanation,  as it does nol tell what causes the.  spasm or the incoordination. According to Mr, Bluemcl, stammering  is the result of transient auditory  amnesia���������forgeifulnoss of tho sound  of words~-whieh produces tbe secondary conditions ot mental con-:  fusion and fear, these being inton-  nified in some cases by autosuggestion. Th*n Initial cause may-be slight  and limited lo early, life. Il may  ���������even-leflscn-arid-disappeai-V-w-hilo-lhe-  secondary effects remain as acquired  habits.  An AggHiynting Boy.  .Lord Curzon 'exhibited brilliant  qualities both at Eton and Oxford,  but was by no means a quiet, studi-  ou;r boy, One of his mathematical  masters lold how Coram gave, him  moro troublo than any boy he over  taught, ' "Ho was incessantly playing  tho fool and 'ragging' and apparently paid no attention to whal I was  teaching, Bul. what mado him more  especially aggravating was that,  whenever 1 came down on hlni suddenly and askod him lo go through  tiomo difilcult problem that I had  been explaining, ho nover failed lo  give me a perfectly lucid and satisfactory proof. And very often he was  the only boy in the class who could."  Deck Boy lo Coniumiul*' .  Captain W. T. Turner. U.N.R..  commander ot the Mnnmtunia, who  lias boon appointed commander of  Britain's greatest liner, the Aqtil-  tnnia; has risen from deck hoy to a  leading placo in hiu profession by  nhoor merit *nd Industry. Captain  Turner, a native or Liverpool, wan  born iu 1850. Among bin iwlvoiilui'Ofi  was n very narrow escape from dea'.li  In tho early days of his iioaiiiuiiship.  Washed overboard from n nailing  Hhlp In Ihn Indian Ocean, ho bullied  for un hour and twenty minutes boforo ho was rescued,  A* She Ih Wrote'!������ K* (ilnnd.  A correnpondonl I'endu d. (in Brit*  lab Weekly a rare bit of English, lt  war. wrltlon hy n woman In cxciislng  hor tardlnoHi* in answering an Inquiry thut bud been adilreMicd to hor:  "I would have wr.l'.tti before, but I  have bocn sick with a dog I 'lo on tho  arm. Tho man thai jwiih the sawmills' dog bit mo ��������� Un road." Tin  excuse was accepted a: n fflcient,  Crime and Sin.  "Crime" Is a word that Is misused  us a synonym for ���������"sin," A sin in  (he \ iolrvt!"'" ������f '.< vi.1|pln������'i inw A  crime Ih merely a violation or the law  of ono purliculur counuy or hiuie.  ���������What is a crime in one conn I ry  (polygamy, for Ini'tanre) may in" bn  a rrlmo in another, Yet a fdn In a  Bin to ull who profes'n llm religion  thai fnrMdn it  A -fJullnnt CliTK)mnii.  It is said that the New Sydney  Smltli could he gntlunl as well aa  witty on occasion.  "Oh, Mr. Hmlih. 1 eannot bring  thin flower io perfection," ruid a  young bdy to him niin- uh idn- >bow-  od lilm about hor ronservatory.  Whereupon h������ look In r hy tho  bniirt and Hald, "Then lei mc bring  ���������������������������f-rfei-llon to tho flower."  Ancient Posters,  H in probably (ho general impression that posters and handbills are  modem inventions, but II. has boon  discovered lhat the. ancient, llonians  practiced this method'of advertising.  In digging al Ilerculuncum thoro  wns brought to'light, a pillar covered with bills, one on top of another,  The' paste used to Mick tliem was  made of gum arable, Tho bills,  when Hop'arated and examined, were  found to bo programs and announcements of public meetings and even  election  proclamations.  The Gift of the Spy.  Jones was telling what an oxcel-  Ion', cook his wife was. Sin tt li boast-  od thai bin wife win*., a splendid  dressmaker, and Robinson proudly  stated Hint hln wlfo wur un unusually  clever art Isi.  Brown wiui not to be outdone, so  he remarked:  "My wlfo In a great llngulnl."  No one iiconii'd Impressed. Tliero.  was a moment.'!! silence; then Robinson spoke np,  ".Humph!" ho exclaimed, "They  all'are!"  I'selcss Noise.  llargls wan lying on tho couch  very 111. The Hervsint In tho next  room knocked down i-ome dliihCH  wllh a tremendous duller, llargls'  nerves woro <|iiUo unstrung, and he  called out in u rage:  "I suppose you have broken all  'lhe ���������������������������luteB?"  "No," replied tbo. iiervunt meekly,  "thorn Isn't ono broken,"  "Well, llien," growled Ihn enraged  Invalid, "why did you mako ull Hint  noise for noihlng?"  America. ���������  Amerigo Vespucci's letters about  the new world wero made the .haeis  of a book (about 1507) called "Cosmography," by a certain Waldsccmul-  ler, who suggested that, ns Amerigo  was the discoverer of, this "fourth  part of the world," it should be called  after him. Tho name took and, first  applied lo South America,, was given  later to the entire, western continent.'  James Bryce remarks: "Tho series of  incidents by which the name of a  Florentine adventurer wan given, first  to a continent, ho probably did ..not  discover and then to another which  ho nc-ver uaw, is as curious as anything in geographical hlhtory,"  Why Firemen Hurry;,  Little Ross, aged, seven, had been  around the corner Inspecting tho fire,  station. He camo homo to tell his  mother of what he liad scon there,  Ho said:  "And, mamma, even ir they nro  just lu the middle of sweeping'the  Iloor, they drop tho broom and rush  off to the lire, and even in the night  lime when they are in bed If the  bell rings they jump up and dross  and go to lhe. fire, 'causo If they  didn't ilo that when they got there  tlio (Ire would be all out."  Yrngret".  "My wife knew nothing or housekeeping to begin with, but nhe's  learning fanl,"  "That'll encouraging."  "Oh, slip's a bright llltlo woman,  !?'! d" ci"*- iM It I'i" i'i Von onlv two  cooks to'tench hor to keep away  fronr the kitchen, nun I nuppoi-iu  thut's nt I'.'iisl hull the bailie."  Which In Home DKInnre.  "You tre ;> relation to the Rich-  1      (       1. ......      ^ A  -    I"  ��������� *��������� .h������>-.   ��������������� -."���������.*������.-  "Yen, ndiHlunt roiAuiw,"  "How illHtnnt?"  "Well, aa dfutnnt u they can krep  me."  A HnHnl NrcPMlty.  'Why la your daiiu-Uter taking lot-  non������ on tli������ violin? Una Him shown  a fpecliil nptlHid.' for ihe violin?"  "No, but '-very Rlrl hun lo take lr-i-i-  i;onu on KotncihlnK, doeim't 8h������?"  The Oldest  Encyclopedia.  The most, ancient encyclopedia extant. Is 1'liny'n "Natural History,"  In  thirty-seven books and   2,-tDfl chapters, treating of cosmography, astronomy,   moteorology,   geography,   geology, botany, medicine, the arts and j  pretty nearly every other department j  of   human   thought   known   at. the  time.   I'llny, who died 79 A.I")., col- j  lecteil his work ln his leisure Intervals while he wari engaged In public  affairs,   The work wus a vory high  authority In the mlddlo ngeu.  Uewi nt WnlnwrlglH,  The Dominion Buffalo Turk ut  Waiitwrlght, Alia., now contnltm  1,4(7 buffalo, <H elk, CO mule doer  nnd ���������! untolojieii. There warn U-tll  biiffnlo culveii bom In the park during 10in. There are III buffalo uml  2',\ moose in tho Rorky Mountain  Vark. ln Ihe Elk Island Park thorn  are SI buffalo and othor native nnlmals, Tho parks branch repnrt (hat  tho buffalo urn thriving admirably,  'Proline,  Troillte, whicli la a very common  I . I r I        . ' i, ..       I,,       ,-/ ,\ r ,���������  I'llll.iilLii nl    wi    mi.' vn.l      I,   - * ���������  ally enniddered to he lhe nlmple piiI-  phide ol Iron, though the e������m:', rlintn-  Ical composition In In doubt. Thin  Is UBUiiJly In the form of nodule**,  plates or rodu, und, dt'cumpoHliig  readily during High!, leaven tbo re-  IllillllUi*-,  muni*.   V. ill.   uu.v^v.i    >..���������,. ...'.4,..,  IIIn f'nmt.  "A man ought to know  my no "  when   to  no,   all  "You know wh������n to  hny  right,"  "Thank you; I think I rl-i."  "Yen, you mild  no when   yon   felt  n-ire I would ask you again, und you  ftald yen when you law mo beginning  (o w eak eo."  The Wonderful Feast of Lncullus at  Which Six Mf-idens, Dressed a*  ��������� Nymphs, Floated In Boats on a  hake of Wine is SUM UnparalleU  led In Our Age of Vaunted Magnificence.  In this era of (ho high cost of living it is interesting to turn backward '  (he, pages of history and  see  what  some of tho world-peoples ot tho past,  placed oil their tables,  We know that bread wns the earliest cooked food. .Sometimes it wns  made of (lour produced by crushing  acorns, but more often-It was merely the crude mixture of Egypt called  "kuscoussoo," and consisted bf flour  uud water cooked together in a basket,over boiling wator.  The. fact that though the children  of Israel had been inoro slaves in  Pharaoh's land they were always <=  pining ���������for '.he lieshpots of Egypt  speaks pretty well for the Egyptian *  food. Tho cabbage was one of (ha  favorite foods and was so highly  esteemed that it became an object of  worship.  The cookery of ancient Greece, wns  very simple, although at oue time the  Athenians knew 72 ways of making  bread. The Athenians wero criticised  by. their* Roman neighbors Ior their  frugal fare, and to "live like an  Athenian" was a term of reproach,  a contemptuous way of telling a person ho was stingy. In Sparta abstemiousness was carried still further, and a traveler who had tasted  the" "black broth of Sparta" said' ho ���������  could understand why the Spartans  woro.so fearless of death, sinco any  one in his senses would rather dlo  than'continue* to live on such execrable food., ���������     -  The Greeks, nevertheless, raised  cooking to a fine,art.. In a fragment  of an old Greek comedy a cook is  introduced who boasts of cooking a  fish so dcliciously that it'returned  admiring glances from tho frying -  pan. At any rate, at the'time, (hat  Greece was.conquered by Borne the '  Grecian cooks were, considered among  lhe most 'valuable plunder carried  back to the Eternal City.,  Though the Romans captured the  Grecian cooks the simple cookery ot  (hat country "wak   poorly suited   to  the   lasle   of "the  conquerors.   Tho  time when "a consul could dine on  a roasted turnip"  soon passed, and  the    extravagance   and ' gluttony  of.  ancient Rome have never been equal-* -  cd iii the world's history:    Some of  The Romans were as cruel as   they  were   gluttonous.'  To give   fowls'a'"  more excellent flavor'Bollio had them  fattened on Hie flesh of his slaves.   :  Lucullus, once gave a.dinner under  a wonderful circular tent'constructed for the occasion.    A lake of .wine  occupied the centre and six maidens,  -dressed-as- nymphsT"floriied*^-on���������the���������  lake'in gilded boats, serving the wino  from golden ladles..   Eighteen hundred kinds of meat,*,fish,, und vegc-   *  tables were'served- at .this"banquet,  which lasted 40 hours.   A small dinner    which    this,   famous    epicure  served for Caeser. ronipoy* and himself, cost  $5,000;   but even  this* extravagance  was  surpassed  by Vitel-  lius, whose daily marketing averaged  $15,000.    Al   one   of   his   banquets  2,000 of the rarest fish and 7,000 ot   '  the nu*"*. curious'birds were placed  before   his guests.    In   four months  he spent   over   ?20,000,00,0, for   his  table,  The. moro costly (he dish (he moro  did il appeal to the high liver of ancient Rome. Tongues of nightingale,'*, brains of peacock,,roo of the  rarest, llsh, and brains of humming  birds were used at their feasts. "Dormice, cuttlelish, und hodiehogswc.ro  coT..ildoroit delicacies, especially whon  so. ed witli a sauce mndo from  honey, rue, pepper, assafoetlda, and  an oil made of decomposed fish.  A mixture of courtly ceremony and  barbaric manner-*, marked the-table  eiiMloms of tho middle ages.' Forks  wero nol used' lill tho 17th century.'  They wero brought lo England from  Italy and were not popular for some  time. Englishmen spurned'the uso  of the fork aa being.unmanly, and  spooni* and knives wore considered ���������  equally unnecessary, for soup could  be swallowed from thu bow), and tho  thumb wus a perfectly good lool (o  trie in buttering one's broad,  The common peoplo uto thoir food  from wooden trenches or hourdo, but  the baron p*-*d bin guests used  trenchers mado of pewter or precloufi  tnotul. Eurthenwiiro plutea were nol  In common use till lho 17th century.  After lho feast au uluiu dish was  brought and tne chaplain received  tin** broken bits of brond and meal  (or the poor under (lie direction of  the almoner.  I Thero wns great extravagance. At  a fetiHt given by Edward IV. In H7G,  f,'J cookn wore employed, und among  the HilngH which wont lo make thlH  "royal feed" worn beeves cooked  whole, mutton, antelope, venison und  21 klndn of birds, Including both  tnme nnd wild ones. Among thn  birds mentioned wore larks, plg'-oni',  pheasants, and peacocks.  Jit Chaucer's time there wus rape-  rial oxlrnvagance nl, court. Illclinrd,  who wan i-ulled "lho best and'rnyal-  ral vinnder of all Christian Kings,"  occupied the throne, ������<nd an 10,000  personn were dully fed from lils  kitchen It required (hi- killing of r.OO  nho'ip, 2K oxen, und (IhIi, gumo und  poultry In proi'JIglous nu in hers for  each meal.  V'!'.**u Vv vM p.1.! i't"\ i--**.. im-** i>^ ii\i  Bwuiifl, hnnri"' lieails and peacock*  vanished, au did Hie rich p-muici.  In lho feudal llmeii uino-lenlhn oi  thr meal was chopped and pmiudeil  with a penile ��������� nnd mortar hefoiie  f.'irvlng, and In ibis wuy It could In-  i-ttcn with vi-rv HtVlt* n"-"' *���������( kn'fr  or fork. A dl'di iircil ilr.'iiij; th"  reign of Richard ll. ,,������������:��������� ..".'!������������������'  "Cokagr-rs," The mil- fo- : i yv\  Ing it wuh I'lntiniiii". A mi ������������������. ������������������* ������������������������  nlnffed   wllh   i*'*;'.-  li'. < i*   .n'������ "*.l   '  Dcnsoned witli pepre'  r'o,"   -.   namon.    Thru n  P!r.   v ������������������     *' ��������� "  Hiui Muffnl In tl,*  ... ���������*    ���������  ' :���������  Iwo were llien f������'..i*ii"! t'-u; ihei ;���������  j-nrbollr-d    *..i.l    ih-n    mi:,-ini     Lr'n*.  buMo'l inei-ntltno vlH*  ���������>���������'������. *������������������ in-oni***-'  with fuffron. -i; 'i-i  --.C  j**** .������^t**.^-l-*1?,i--S.-V^-'fc^ '���������iSl"\V.iftif,rSi*.rJ<')i������������'J3f^rf;  ^wtfuavk^v,  MMMtullfyM* HtariwMut^i  i-*-*������fi^������HhA^'*iiy^'tf���������-i:"i ������W������*i-**-V>*-ir.1  THE NEWS, CTJMBERT>v3TD; -BRITISH COLIIMBTA.  -c^,*S^-_, *^wu y Wpy.'-Bp j^arftui������������������������WMr^^  m^M1!'**1*- ������������������"���������*���������  ������������J������ ���������-���������**��������� ������* ������HV>-'  i���������^X. wjn i ni|aiH���������.iM|i  ^vf.  ���������rHji.BiUnsm" nn lir-nrrin r rtut ������riw-ri������HT"*r'rTW1"T-**-M*-."C r-w������������������*������������������������������������������ i^a^im*-^^ ' ���������    |,������"1"1 ���������"���������"*'  *������ '    '       I  !  SALE   OF  " ������      -of-' ���������* .  Curtain Muslins, Lace*Curtains  ,. * f 'c  CuTtain Net, ro|������ul������r 00c now  4.5c per yd  i *.*-" .-ij'ti   Jim. rog-ulnr 40c  now 00c pay yd  Curtain Muslin,   lejrjuinr   30c isow SOc pr-r yd  Ciu-'.ftin MuelJn,' regular   B5c now 17c yer yd  j      A >-.ood line of Lr.cc Curtains in  Kent  and ..While,  rang-  | ing from $i.oo to S5.00 per pair, nt i-^vd off  .! . The Furniture. Store  n -  j      Mol'lK-e HI.���������.  A, MgKIMNOH'   ' ^unibeilaiicl  8.  I  GROCFRS   8c ��������� BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND,  BOTTLING. WORKS  Agents for Pilsener..Hrewing Company's BKHR  Wholesale! Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,   -��������� ,,'  .      .  :  SECOND   STREET  $3  ,,F^.-,-1^-w^-,*,������y-V',WiV-***lV*-rf ���������  *,^*.i++t &**..**s***f**:***i**tar*t,-*ia**aw  tasr^^m.-iatsantir'VMatwi ������i*������.tfni-r j-i*r-*l*������l%'.*������  Tl:Nli'!'. ;���������:-���������..  ii'cs, *.*ii* i."  r-.M'i-ivi"!   '���������"������������������- i>'iliiue  :2ti;l;.    V.)\ !*,    For   tin-    : 'M-'Wiiif,'  v 'irk;  'uiniii.M uld    (���������������������������!)'���������'  ri'ii-iuiii    wf.nl.iws.  lillll'llll^,  ���������mil    1 iiltiiiji  ���������r-.|lll*.'     WUHYO     I'l'ljIUn-il.        I'-'llltlll'J'  .1 ��������� I U * '    I'I" 'III  two      (-i-ui*  CANCHl.LATION   ni*' RH       ' SKRVK.  YYYlYhlYX'Y'^ -I 1" T. 11. '    C.���������v.,M.������nt-.ry   m'   .'--d   in*-   '' NOTICK IS   IIKKKKY (.JIV-  }\N tlutf the Receive*.'a notice ol  which appeared in   the    Biii'ish  Colunihia (hzot.'-e  on   the   27th  day oC ['Jeceinher,    1907, Y-  can  celled in so far a.s   it   rela'es' lo  lands covered by    lCxpired   Tim-  r 1 '' .  Iravcrlber   I.,ic.di-*e    Yo      4293d    and  known as L*t "No'. 374, ^.tywaid  Uisiriot \.and ihaMlie said"land:-  will be opened for Making for  pre-emption ns*iinsurvcyed lands  in compliance wiih lhe provisions of the ������������������Land Act" at 9  o'clock in the ion-moon on Tuesday, August ir, 191-L Vor  furl her information apply to tlie  Government Agent** Vancouver)  ���������hiongh whose office all application--; m'usl be made. ������  II.  A. Renwick,  Deputy-Minister of Lands  Lauds   Department,   Victoria.  B. C., June 10, 191:4.  ><^Jf^*fe***-**1^^ **%V^*urtf^V#^-^^'a^^  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���������   OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I. L.D., D.C.L., Prcoitlcnt  ALEXANDHK LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Mnnn������er  'I  F\ Good 'Bottle of Pilsenetf  witlVyotir dinner makes you eat better, .sleep  "better,   feel  better.  PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD.  also distributers for.JJ. IS.C and   Kcwlifij-Beers, Nanaimo  *  IllilffillllliltliUin  I (cirdiiii; iifll room,   :;ud ;-.-ii:iIiup  w'.ni*Lr.ii L. uiu'  '.''''al .     .\i'-.\* floor-  j-"1- i.'i ! >*.-'.> roiniH ami <> 1 i111 ���������*> ���������"iniii!,  Te:i-!i'i- \\  111'   <'.o!i**idi:n.'d   foi  ,-.ii:, or ii'irl nf th-.' line*'"  work,  Glial nic.l *��������� !0' hi������    ('diiioU-'IimI   by  A'.uf'i-r i r>r *  1,  Lo'.v*.'.--.! nr :mv    U'lider   not'iie-  ������','i*)*ai'ilV acceult'd.  K-tr    ���������������������������iriic'nlar***.   apply   io any  ��������� Ti'K'iid'i'v id'the fell-1"! I'onid.  TiiDimi-i   ii. Carey,  Secretary.  " fin 111 lierlnnd", B.   G.,   May 27th  j J)!-!-.'  '   SLMMLllSdHKDLLL.  Truiiifi will arrive.  ivt.   Cuinber-  _i : i=c_ =r_r ��������� ll^u ���������' * io_j/\   ., *->**  CAPUALf SI 5,000,000    RESERVE F1IKD, SI 3,500,000  ."   . w  This Bank pliers unsurpassed facilities to those doing1 business witli  foreign countries.    It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of*  Slorlin'r and oilier Forcii,'ii exch-angc, drafts and Cable Transfers, and .  for tiie fin.'incing- of imports ancl exports of merchandise.     ���������   ���������'  ���������  Comiricrcial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Che-  quel* and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates.        ., ~'   ,   . S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH [ ...W. T. WHICF, Mmnger  li.co.1 to Ri-*,- r,t,*, ii.m���������,i���������l ,-a.. ^SS&^&SS^ISm^S������S^.  I Wood   Woodl  0  'l'lier-ibiy. Thuisdiiy   and '.���������iaturday  - <��������� vwiiimi������"ti, ami wiil h.-;i\*e I'm' IJni"ii  , i!.y Wi-dm'Mlay   am!  Vriday ut 7  i 1 the iiiorniiiif. and   mi   tSaltird:iy  n' 03;* 111'llie   eveuiiijj:. There,   is  ii > ('.'millev. in the   S  S. Cowie.haii  i'ii -inlo.    :  KOTICIC  Cambcrl.'iijd Kiectric ]/i������ht  G'0'-. office hours, .Line ioiIi, 9  ��������� a 1:1. 10 6 p. m . a'so Tuesday,  '!'!iii:,s'.l-iy aud Salurday. Pay  ; il b ll.i at ofllco, coi'der Derweut  'Avenue and 'I'irst St, Ten per  ���������enl di.scouul allowed IVom 151I1  I'I ?.'-,[]]. iuL'liif-.ivi!.  MEETING 'OP-COUNCIL  PA1RK!)  The Singer .^j^ent is .iruund  .* ";t\ moiiili. 'Leave your a: ���������  ..! ���������:-��������� ai ll c ���������"mnbei'laud New*  1 :?i ���������<���������, and they wiil be attended  1 ��������� oiom|)''ly*when llie ayeut ar-  1 ves iu low 11-  i  1   CO  TO ���������  HU3H MITCHELL  KOJt vorii  Geni Blacksmit) ij  -AND  Horseshoeing  ������������������������*  {     Tninl .St.       Cnmht'1'lu...x  I  TiWCiTy~CoiTnei"rnTe"r~i11 - re^-  ,,nhit se������sii>". on -Monday ovenine-  there hehi^ ] r'sent. Aldeniie'i  Dai'ks, Alillef1. Mitchell, Parnlum',  Maxwell, ALcD'.mald iuul lhe  MiiYo*1.  (Join mimical inn was received  from Telephune (���������Jniiipany ro th"  jihiciiiiT nf toloj ho 10 poles for its  new exehanei! on Second t-tiosf.  Co'i.iuiiniciition wuh receive 1  f.'niu K. D.;i'Ids (iliiec.i incr to tlio  hewer renin 1 tax, as" ho wns nlrondy jiiiying.il s.i'wei' liix in c.iii.  nection with a s-epiie.' Iimk. Tlrs  innUer will be investign'ed.'  (JoinUnhln Ward's' repor::  Seiiveiiger * SU.2 00  '  U.M'Tn.N     S.(0  Itotii: Tux:    S2.00  Hull limit 'lACO  I'iiIice, Court. Fines 50,Od  fluckeis      2..J0  AfifJiUlltB*.  11. Ward $ 1,00  Nniiiiiino (lnil lo 00  It w.'i* decided tn e.lmrue ll 0  S'uver reiiliil tux ngniii.-t the ]ii ��������� 1 ji-  eriy,  The iiiiiym', as one o|' 11 eniiiini'-  len iippoinled lo iiiti'i11, ieiv (lm;,  \V, (Jiiiilou iu llu* matter of electric ligh', slated Ihnl Mr. ��������� Clinton ini.'ir.inlci'd l hut the new -\- ������������������  lent nf ciiy linli.iiijf wnii'd tint  exceed $���������*)() a uionili, and lint lhe  liinip-' reipiii'i'd 011 11'liiHiiuir ir-  enne at iii.-iulliitiiiu. would he free  of llnaL      Aid. Mil\Wi'll    Mlill    ill  the city hud nnl lhe mul yy t, ��������� pn1,  the ci.st i'i' i.,h'iiiiid|1i-   lhe  .-V^ti'in.  ���������"is'auce to our .selionls,. tlioe-tv  should only .pay a- far* as ,tlo  revenue dericed from the Fcliiml  tux will 1 ���������"���������j. Aid. Maxwell wns  of tlientii 1 fi i'i tint'school'malii rs  :-honld lu brn'ifjlit to a climax.  Aid-. Piii'iili uu nit'vod, t*ec by  Aid Ma'c.Do.ialtl, that, the gov-  cr.'imciit ho norifiid, iliar, if  ������2,500 iiiick salary due le.ichers  is rot I'ojtlieoiniiig immodj tlcly,  and permanent financial aid not  granted, the -.-chools wiilM '!nve fo  1>G closed, or only the n 11111 ber." of  leaehers i no-figed lint (lie t-'chool  lax will . pay--carried.  Aid. M,icl)0.''.idd   liioeed, sec'hy  Aid. -I'ariilunn, llmt a   committee  S"-" ��������� Wood.'. ��������� I  ^                      . I**.  $���������     Now is tiie rime to place ������  w    your  order   f������.it-    SLAB >*-  ������    -' " y    " -0"    ������  ri) WOH!)               '  |  f) ������2,50... per dou L'le.'load     f  % ---���������   *     "'..*      ������  >Y *                  ��������� ("j  g From The      .          <s>  I Star Livery Stables. I  ���������������  _(������)  he appointed lo interview tlie IV-  liery Company to di*rCiiss tl.e'pb*r  ^ibilifv of having that-nari ol'tlie  r.uwndte    fibm Fifth   to    Kighih  ���������*.  S reefs taken info   tlu    '"ci^v Lm-1  its���������curried.  Council adjuiii'iied.',  ���������' * ,t  ��������� "C.     ---  -  ���������-   'The '���������Grand Duke"   man was  iu town this wpek,  'Sir' Chai'le** Ohnrltoii is visiting  for a few days in (own, as giuM  of his'ohl-liino friend, Mr. liieh*-  ard Dowdull.  fe<?ffiC':������������������*������������<������j<I^30(S' tg������������������������(������������ii,  w i'ii 1 ii iiwii iii ium *ma*v*mA'%\<3ti=������cjiT-jsiJii.������i,i������.������������ir.w*i������(*f������������  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOLD1CN   AT  NANAIMO.   "   . s -  IN TUP: MA'TTE'lt OF   IIe7fn  .Ri.e.!uii'.dso.U-_Slniltz. dece;;scd.   in*  Thi;, first  shipment  of our-spriiig slock  of  Shoes have arrived in  Men's*Tan and Black.Button  -. Ladies'Taii, Gun Metal,, and ���������  Navy Blue Suede iha  o  ������ -      Lace andv Button -      \  ,   Wulclt for our Sale of Odds ancl.Ends after  ia  3  H  S3  B  1  *p  y  I"  Stock-Taking  soricK  '.-'iiyiv.'ii'il I.uni  t i-'r'ie.  ,l>i-t Int. ii f S'ty im ol  NOriCF.    ���������  This is to notify (he piihlic,  that A, Falkner, of Cumberlaiul,  H 0., is an authorized . reprc  senlalivc and local manager foi  the IL C. Life Assurance' Co ,  atul any business transac ed by  him will be. accepted by, the  company.  Ray Andkusox,  Provincial Manager,  t ��������� ,.h- r* -r"*r*������M -**tjmmr>  t'state, late of   Slriindby, Rupert  District, IL'C    *  AND"    .  iNTHlCMATTHUof ihe. vOlli-  cinl Acl.nirnistr.iitor.-i Act,'  TAKF"NOTICK tlmt by ordor of His Honor .lu.lge Liirkcr,  niiuli.* on the 10th day of June  19,1,4:, I was appointed Ad-  niinis ral.oi' of the Estate of tin-  abovo-mentioned deceased, and nil  patties liaviii'^ clniins against the  saiil estate' are hereby required to  furnish same, properly von lied, to  me on or before the lof.h ,dny <���������!  July 10 LK AND 1114 pur-  ties indebted to snid estate, aw required to pay the uiiiiuilit of their  indebtedness to mu   forthwith.  Dated this 10th day of iiiuii  10 U.  W, W.si.rv Wn.r.ARP,  0..1-ini Aduijuistriifi.T,  L'.inbei'laiid, IL C.  THE "IDEAL" STOBE*  ;N.^. ^ ���������y"*  Hae, -Acton, -Havman'..'"'  illitiiliilililiitllUlllllliiiliilllttlllllllllltliilllltM  ^.i!tii;:iti;'::!iit:;iiii!iiiiiii'i:!ii:!!!iii!iii!ii!ii!!ii:iiii:!i!iii!i!;iiiriii!!iii!!H!^  I   Cnpital'Pdid Up $11,560,000. '���������--.*���������  y  ;!!i'l>!!''l!l!!:illlhlll  RoseVv.o ^13000,000   |  1   The'. Roval Bank .of/Carvada;   1  s i      J . j. * *   a  1  D i'i A HTS   ISrfUKl)   IN   ANY   'CUKIUCNCY,' PAYABLE^ ALf/|  !��������� -OVlCll    TUB   .WO'ULD. ��������� ' '   ' 1  ���������i SIM'CLAL ATVKNTION iinid to bAYIX.dS ACCOUNTS it iiitereu |  1    hi hijdieet  Current Untes niiowi-'d on Lepoi-iis of Ijl]'ruul npivnrils. ,. g  I  OUMBERLAN'O, B. 0 , Biunch, Open'Daily*     D   M. Koirison, *Mgr. |  I UNION "PAY, B.C, Branch, Opon Ttii'y.       F. Iriwcj'ih, Kg*-, |  B  roiJRTENAY.,   B. .0 , Branch,  Opon Daily H. II   lliiidwiclt,   Wgr |  %^!;iffl[!llllll!!illll!llllll!!;illlll!ll!llllll!l!M  fip-nhmit^H  KOll SALK C1IKAP���������A'fivc  room eottug.', on Punritli A veil lie,  Apply at Iduil Sloi'i'.  "���������>������">������M|.,MM>  r"*-"***������������������**t������������������r���������n���������-r  Aid,   lbll'llliilill     liioved,    m e,     I y  Aid. Mn.swell, llmt  tl,e hiuipii I'or  city lighting   he   ehiiiiged   from  , liiirty-i wi'-i io loriie-.���������emi'inij  V.W*.!. .Soili,1!-.   (Ut .(n.i.   (urn,     (-,;������������������.,��������� Si.l.'Wiilk   livl.i.W   Wi P  |i|ic. \iiliiez Mimil, li i;, -en' ia ii.n, . . i    .   i  '     i   ,���������    ii  1 recon^i'liieo, lelopleij   nml   iHjiillv  piif���������eil,  M.I     l'':t'iih on    -t.i������i"|    tlint    i  the ifiiveriiuii'in could Hot   be   in  1'iiiu i, ia: nl,* ti ii|i|������l"< fur  [i un ;i in*  I i, in'.. Ilium t.'iu f' Hh-aiii*- ili> e-ii o i Inmlt;  .    '  ll|IH| I I ('il i' |i|  |i ],0 (. | 1   llll'il   t-'ll    I'I nit Fl  ��������� jut ol 1'wirinlli hi! ���������>, iy\  | 1.1 of I'.c J,  ('l nu No.   171, ll'.'-'iii-tm ill .in'i ������n-t t .*  n'nir > i f l/i''������'; tli"in'..- nl >*,'��������� n ion   I   ] il.i<  i      n  h .ulli-uui.l'irlv   dir ('tun),   fi'iitledi  v������-.M������*.  wmJnr-Jrnmtn+&.^p*m*M^iMw.  t      n  h ���������iiiii-om.i'in,*.   dir ctuu),   l<*iif !<���������< n | '-wr^nu**  hn   ri   .(f������  tlin ti.t.f-ri-.rc- i.-n ������������������   .inii TcdDlliv'' pot     hit ill      111!    SPJjJ  .f  ������������������,.,. 1) rnl'ie-m. Um ;.f.    "��������� "I., .,;,,.,.,,,:,.������ lh-,,v   :1 i.!,l,0,;...     P%-.  ������,,.'. i * nip. mi 'ai ��������� ������������������-'. .tin   in i.i In  '��������� ', ,            Su ^" J  The ''Booze", Has Him-  H3    an't Quit!  "Ili'"isp ill *|ip, a'iimiiii'isHmin, nr i wjiyo-rnriior.  wild i'ii in1 , iii.vimji'1,1 njioii lilm |)sli(.> villain lilm. T������n  weilli  ii wyiiipitl), Uo,   It Jiiiilou by oxpoi-k'iioo,   ll  luimi.i him 1'i.r mi hub liml ilnn k.i',1 nml j), hr,ii,<Jh hiu  H liiiii.n.l li.ipfc-iliioiiii."'. ' Hul, llmt ni'iti u u qui'.���������  Ves, He   CAN Quit -and  in  ! Three Days, Too !  Almili .'ium in .vo*r u ilisoiPO. Til- Clnllln iIIhkd  mm li m 'nl t,o ii kvhIoii tli'il; oni'ti-*, 'ind riiimi pn mini -.  il . X i i'i'uijh, i u li\|i(iil.'i'i1oi'.iiii'.' inji'ilioiu- j ui i-���������"  rvi'i'l ni.f ,*, ml nov ny nnd hnli/il ino Id imh !���������'()  ONLY TIIIM-'K IMY-. Tlnn, ir lhe mn. \a ,n 0 .,,  |il I ��������� i ��������� ii"t j-i l.ifi lor-.* tn j i I'''iii ie.il ii hi> it-lcvi.*.*!  ul iii ' i it. oviiry ������ont pi.fl fn ri-funcoil wittn ut ipicul. 11  I'I'u-111111:1,1,  This is NOT a Gold Cure- It i:  The Only Real, Permanent Cure  for Aicofiolitrn. Don't Wait--  Writs or Gall Now  Today.  .TraU������jmiavy.*vtu3nn*M*iriTniaimi.-���������jJiMri*WMn*^  a  P, phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  it  $  I  'ii  I  %Kajm*.x.~iv;utvz i.ii'.��������� mnnr**wi***i n tftti "' '"- ~���������-���������~���������~-~���������-��������������������������������������������������������������� MMM-nr'mmit-i  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ==V.-BOri0^fl  wr%*a* * j*t Jmimtmwvm tmm*  Mannfaotnrer of MINERAL WATER  innrvrjcwwa  CUMBERLAND  *on*rrw "Mnivnrr.r\NMtwirvTJn*mn)  P. 0, BOX 482  PHONE SO....  J juJ^*J,<*t������A������iw*������iUf*'*ii.**iaM������������*������ J*m*rm  mmnmvmwMMamivrmauimvVJT-i  MUuaUfMJWMMUMr  C  i ... I I i   t'l'llli 11 ,    lll-'i:  lli'H.'J  JL'.-TiN !> llt'l  ^���������lnv c( AptU^tiil  t.ini' ih-.. |.".!,' c7' lb II     II Wits   ahoA,   .'���������harp  nud   clvi.-i-.ivt;.   TIji-     Hdl   \Vi<S  J  "   '    i I  serai cutiL  r������n.M ��������� Ldlli ] ,i*:" F.   t ".iir <-l  Ip** m**t*n,*uai*mmi*,m������.u*i*it*nm**im, i \ i������*������f*>*>i'*M',������-i',****������*** *.*������������i**mjmA,,+^j*m***-*'*H*''<+**  V'-������.rlfl, B  Place Your Fire .Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property'Assurance Co.,  ���������of Loadon, England���������  "Prompt ������?et'oio-ni-nats"'Our Motto.  11 -���������������������������������������"  ,1 u miry ������ I, K.io in N a- 'V h hi itor, inljinhd .1 miniy it-ilij  ���������.lii-i'iii-i o.v-.i i k h .i.t.  (jivmi .(iiirnry Ihli'  I'l-Li'iii-y liHIi, l',..������ h'J.iuli "li'il-I'V-l (I'md iiHiir.ul, u'j i.'ml l!'.i').  H������i*  clu'i imii' i .ii -���������������������������������������������'. aiht.  A-- il '.'id. I ii'' in N������ nl'������". '"'j ������������������������������������t������|l VpnlU dl OL i|iioiont ,\|ir'l 2Ll)  Alil' I ii.-1 I'i Irin.' In V u-nri.i, :i jilnU'd nml Miltlid iMuy.'Inl    ,  fl  1:1  m  W. K Ramsay  A sent, .      Cumberland, B.C.  zvmL^.'-rs^y-i'T&rz!*.  mm^^f^1^^*?


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