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 m������i*lii*^o&**m^V**a*i^^igt*xi&.,  ������tmrar*l>^*r^������*^~ZV&~ *~~  ^x-yyyfyy-  'SZZZ.-Z&i*'  ��������� ���������,*,>**-���������**���������������������������������*������������������ "^"ii^ti. ���������".,. r^'������ ^?, ���������.*��������� *L���������a.,���������j'������-..������������-w.v. / ,*������ '_i* ��������� *-*'s>*"*'**7ij^i-  ������������������'V^3^w.x^w-.*s*sj^:;*.yJv ;.^-7;  *���������*,*-'. ' '    .   '   Y*>.  y-i-:fk  NEWS.  A Journal Devoted *EJ9oeclal|y������.tovtihe Interests of Comox District.  .The News, Twrntjrtii Ybar  CUMBERLAND; B. C,, 'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, :<->i4  SUBSCRJU-T.ION -gliOO.A YEAR .  The Rev. and Fflrs Frank  ] lin Watson to Reside |  at Comox Bay     !  The Ilev, atwl MfB.   I*Yankltn .-  WuteQji .minovcil  to Cuuiox   Ray  Toalay, .where thoy' will permanent  ly- i-eside.   :     !     % '    i  Mr, Wateon'will Mill  ho Vicar,  ���������$ Uoly tfffity .(M-ch, On in hor-  land, althoiiglyip'tj-csident hero,  ���������sr-Tl^lWrX-rtliiu'' Wolls. oF.Nri-  wyinoJ-has^Xecepted tho appoint.  niont of assistant" to  Mr, Watson  and will  'reside 'at tho   Vicarage  Jiero, but cannot enter  upon  his.  duties until May. ., ' ?    ������������������  In the meantime tlio services  will be maintained as usual, and  on.Sunday nt-xt, the Rev, 0. It'..'1  Littler,"M. A. of Victoria,, will  ofliciato at'both services.  In Memory of The  Great Liberator  Statue to,  be   erected   to  ham 'Lincoln in  1 London  A bra-  MACFARLANE BROS., LTDqp  "the square DEALING HOUSE."        ^t '  SIMON LEISER& Co  XIMJTEa,  n   .Diinsmuir AWius~lu']0^1-}rbS,"CUi\IBERLANDi ]'~j [  rrTr���������**nir*fwriitni,-������i**---m*ir m |  MEETING OF COUNCIL  'The City Council met in regular session on Monday evening, a  fall board being present.    -      ���������*���������  The minutes of previous regular and special meetings- were  read,an'd*adopted.  " -X-  Communication was received  from M. Mansoiii, M, IV P., noli  fyiug'the Council of the , pass  ing of the cement sidewalk by.-  law in parliamentrecenlly.  Aid McDonald ; moved, sec.  bv^ld. Banks,-that   a   vote   of  thanks be* tendered Mr. Mauspu  for his,interest in 'the .matterr���������  ttfrTier-TTTTJ   *T   '.    ., . -'    ;   y~.  ta-MtJWOW^M  x-m, R. JR.. .Picking,; ot.-the  Canadian Collieries' ofllce, * Victoi iii,,' who has been in town for  A few d tys, returned to that city  ���������on Sunday.  *<*  .i ,   ^    ���������   * - ..  r<clUor News."-;  .Sir':���������Kindly allow me a little  ���������space in your- valuable paper, to  express my sincere thanks to your  medical faculty for tlieir kind  "aud skilful treatment iu my case.  Alfeo lo lhc'ho'spita-1 stuffiov their  kind attention; nnd I must say  that I appreciate very much the  kind visits of my many friends  aud neat acquaintances.  Thos, Piuuck,  Hospital, Cumberland,  ������������������<���������-  n\  LOST���������A long, silk scarf on'  ���������the evening of March 6th, between Cumberland and Courtenay. Reward will be paid on. tre*-  turn to this office or lo the Riverside Hotel, Courtenay,  . Cumberland Board of1 Trade  asked* fori the use, of Council  O'ha mber 'for   ihe ir. ���������*. ineetiu gs��������� ;  granted,   ' "-'\  Constable Ovay'^ieport:   ,  .JxaveiYger*. VYY.".". 7:7.. $<)f.6p     40.00  The latest despatches from London    stato   that   lho   Centennial  Pence Committee, whieh is working on 11 scheme lo commemorate  in tho be������-l  possible manner the  celebration  of one  hundred years  of peace   between   Knglaud   and  the United Slates, has  resolved to  erect a statue of Abraham IJn'  cole iu Loudon,     This is at.onoe  the * finest and   the   wisest ihintr  vhat   tht*' conunitteo  oould , hnve  dono. The nirg.d niartyrPresident  has. within the,,.filty  jours  which'  hnvo passed since his death,   come  to   bo   recognized ns  one oi the  greatest ��������� and noblest of fi'gurss  iii  tire history   of  the [world.   * The  veneration in which he was regard  ed. by his own   l't-ilow couufrvmon  has gradual ly spread   mil i-i to day  he   is, claimed as a brother hy all  men whojieliovo in  truth, justice  and .freedom.    Apart'  from   the  sitnpie'  loveliness     of   character  wliich 'distingmi-shwS^hiin,'   his1  iiatne will for ever  be .associated  witilii a.  movement.wJii-eii demons-'  trated once for all the "inipofstbil  ity of'any recognition' of  slaverj  1 by a  freo people.    As   the years  roll by the   significance   of   that  ureal conflict becomes m'oic app'ai^  ���������n-nt, ami the principle whicli is established   in ore'   widespread.-   A.f.  *-**-.-���������'...���������  ter ueafly oi'ie rlinaMdred   antl   forty  yo.&ri of independent nationhood  New Suit. Samples-Just to hand  for  CUSTOM  TAILORING  % * * * * ���������* * 1  TtimiUi ARK* OTHERS   %  "' The foUow-iug is lak,cu from n  North Pakota weekly newspa-  j)aper;  ���������'It is reported thai oue of llie  iafitidioiis, newly married ladies  of this town kneeds bread with  ���������her gloves ou. This iucicl'.Mit  ftiiay l>e peculiar, bul Ihcie nro  others.  .���������vTHe  (.editor   of   -tikis   paper  needs bread with his   shoes   on;  Jhe needs ibvend with his shirt 011,  (lie needs bread  with   his   pants  ��������� *on; aud unless some of  the   de-  Unqueut subscribers 10 this *Okf  ,Uu,u of Freer) 1 in' pony up before  lo'ii'g, he will need bread without  it i| (rhi'inr nn. .*nr1   Mnrlh Oo-  1 -���������*  ,kgt������i i.s no Gulden of 3'Mcn ,i^i  (the \yiiitcr titne.V  iMward  \V00ds .tji^d Richard  (Grimes came up before  ,-Stipeu-  .diary-A^-MP* ������fr Xwwiday- for  pi:eliinij"*?-rj- -bearing, ,011 n charye  %9jf ,i-eivo.viu^ timber fvpm private  proporty "without permission.  ���������IM'cy were commitie:) fqr   j-tynL  'Thl.s is Hie lime of .year tQ-^el  "Harry" Wiuuiugham arrived  at Courtenay last wdck to lake a  position with K, 0. Knide.  Prince   llupert,    March   4.--  There passed away.at the Prince'  Rupert General   hospital. Satur '  day a well known resident of the  north iu the person ot.Johu Car-  thew,    The deceased was.au ex-  perl millwright and iir the earli  er days of lhe  canning industry  played a big part iu the building  and equipping ol" several   plants  along 1 he northern coast.    Recently he was jn the  shipbuilding busings here fo-r li-ijHseH".  He leaves two brothers resident ul Comox, oii Vancouver  Island, and at Cumberland,  TANGO TWO-STKP CLUH  The Tango Two-Step .Club  dun op in lhe Cumberland Thill  ou l*nduy nighit last, was a niosit  successful affair, about two \1\1\u  c'lred being in attendance. This  club's meiubership will in future  include Oourtcuay and Comox, a  request coming from the people  oft he Valley to be allowed to  joiu-with t-lium. Tlie next club  dunce will be held iu tho Court-  ���������tnuy.Opcsa House, Coutteuay,  ou the evening of .the iSth iust.  2.50  16.50  .���������6 70  y-5"  Hali Rent   Pilseuer Brewery.  Accounts:  D. Kilpatrick  Si Lciser' &.  Cin. .>. .  Macfarlane Hros ......  Coininitte was appointed to interview electric light company,  re the belter lighting of the ciiy,  now lhat a new system is be.i.ug  installed.  The Council went   iii to   com  mitlec of the whole ou  tho   As-  cessment Roll for 1914.  Council adjourned.  ORDER your new Spring1 Suit now  and have it made.to your own   order  from the latest materials  Pit & Satisfaction Guaranteed  (-also; have a complete range of  -the .famous "Fit-Rite" Brand ,Clothinp:  ������     ������**  0 1  See us for Spring Underwear, Hose,  Shoes and everything inr  Gent's Furnishings J  'Everything up-to-date & splendid value;  SMAKX MILLINERY SHOWING  Today S Lmaor &0a., has un  ncuncod thoir ilrct showing1 of Spring  Milllnoi y and eomo of tho many la*  clios who havo vldwucl and purahnscd  now hats havo pronounced it ono of  tha Binotont usuorlmonto of Millinory  o*vor Boon in thocit.y. Mva JCliiford'  hno chargo of tho dopuvtiuont and  much criidit is d-uo her for tho tasto  displayod, uud f.u- tho oxo.uslvo mini-  bor of protty hiv b ou vi jw,  Mount Iioreb h- 0. L.,' will  hold their regular monthly  meeting ou Thursday cveiiiiug in  I. O.'O.K. Mall. W.J, Whiito  ley, grand organizer for H. C,  will be present. All visiting  brethren are .cordially invited to  bc present.  jhe greatest honour which win bo  eliiittiedjb'ylhe'Uiii'ted' States" is" tn  luive given birt'h to 'Ab-rahamsLin  coin. It is.lining that his monument slu-iild be erected at thoeen  tre* oi the British Jjliupire, for he  has found his way to theheiii'ts ei.  Uritisli people ihrough llie forci'  oif-a cliai,a(5tei' as simple, as hotne-  ly and as noble as that .which bus'  JWcvonon.teari'.d Iw them lite ir.etn  "ry bf .their own beloved Queen.  ��������� V'iclor.ia Week.  If its the Latest  it  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  PI  1011C " 10  P. O. Box joo  A ja 'vey in fre-land wus engaged 'Dy n. priest. On HHvin-g at  his reveretieo's hutise, the priest  wm feeling good-iiatured and ofl-  11 rod a littlo Imspituliiy to the driver in tho way of a little whiskey..  Having given thn driver a glass to  to keep-ouit iheveoild., his reverence  remarked : ".Now. Jnlm you  know every glass .uf whiskey you  drink is putting a Muil in your  I'nllit)." Shu ru then your rovcr-  etxce, un vou hold the I mi 111.tier *in  your liand, yon might drive rtivoth  er iu it,'1 responded llm driver,  Mr. A. II, Pi'iteey's brut hor  left, for:!'is liome in lho Noptlr  w.esl; on Kridny hn*t,  The following is ta-ke-u , from  the Vancouver Sun of the 9th  insl., and may be the Mr. Williams who preceded Mr. Home  in the government telegraph oi  floe here:  Wl-UJAMS���������The funeral Ber  vices or the lato Harry Williams,  of Dutican, H. C��������� wilt he hi Id  .in the chapel o( Ocutcr & Han-  ua, 10.19 <k\orgia street. Ihis  morning at "9'3<> o'clock by Rev.  Father , ISilmonfis. Iuterment  will be made in Mountain View  ceivielery.  Mrs, .lolin-l nek ex peels to h-iivi-  I'or Seolhind in April, on ���������hutiiiiri'.t'  in eonnoelioti with her Into Irus"  lutiid,  Dr. Jver-r, denlisU will  "be   ia"  Cumberland from  March   24th,,  ���������wntiJ the cud'of the  month.  Mf. C-lias. I** rend berg, of Si-m  Francisco, hall brother of Mr,  John Nordfjren, Colliery oflSc-a,  artived in town ou Sunday. Ite  will bc eiujiJoyecl at No. 8 mine.  Judge Harker, of -tire Count**'  Qiiuit of Nitnairiio,, anived *in  lowu'011 Tnosday evenini;.  The Ladies' Anxiliaty of  the  U -St C. Hospital, intend holdinj*;  a ''Cafico IIop,'" ou the.  evrnLuj**  of i'liday, Apiil   34th,   pnriicu  lars of which will be given Inter.  ������������������#.  ig.?i**������MMM-nai*a*w--t^^  CAMPBELLS   ���������   >Tr. Hv !U'yne, a .���������Jtiulent of  St. Mark's College, Vancouver,  who acted as assistant lo tlie,  Wev, KranUlin-Watson for a  portion ol lost year, arnived iu  town ou Saturday, nud assist-jd  at the evening service in Holy  Trinjjty church on Sunday even  1'OLICKMAN WANTKU.  Applications fcr the position of  I'oliceniau for the City of Cumberland, will be received by the  undersigned, up to March 15th,  1914.  Salary eighty dnl'lavB .(SJRooo)  ver!:,'0.'!l!i t)\d oye r\i'A of Hoth*"'  per year,  Applicants to furnish lcr.li*uu  nialy and slate experience', duties tp commence,April rsl, 1914.  A. M.cK,in.n.qn.  City Ch-'k-  City Mall,  If.-b.   24th,  lytfj-*;  (!}tuibcrland; 11. C.  ,  W'c arc showing this week a  couipkac range   oi' Spring unci Sum  ���������ising:���������Tweeds, Cashmeres, Ratines, Bed  - I  1TK.-4- Divss Gocds, comp,yisi  fu, d r;oi Jbl Gorges, Poplins and Panama?  inch tw-j'ttd, jf>iiit;il>I(.* lor cnildren'ssiciuxol woitf  at 40c per yard  Special value in 4.  * il  "Chofifesuiectwiis of occlusive paiitu-nsin 32 inch width, fust color ItngiisJi  J'rints at 7 yards tor, SI 00  Anderson Famous Ginghams in small, large checks and Plaids at 7yds for $1.00  Crtyc Cloths, Crepons, and Riplets, in plain and fandes-Ducks, Piques, Vcslings,  Wraps, -Chambrays, Organdies, and Spot Muslins. The season's styles in ladies' anfl  Misses' Dresses.   Complete range of Misses' & Children's Colored Dresses & Pinafore*  OS***,*"*.^, *-N���������r ���������*---  CAMPBELLS ���������---. "1  '-V **���������*������������������* ���������**-*-������������������**-*-���������*.  "' v^ff.'f^P* j  .ji-wV������+(tLi(-i-^i**.w>v-'*ii  (7F  A Debt  THE OT,WS. '���������CmraERL'AND.-B.'C.  ���������ni are an ama-i-Jug person, said  Gold, (ijia went, down the staircase  with a smile on his lips to greet a:i  j unoblruslw. . middlo-agoa gentleman,  i who wove no decorations at liis col-  I lar, but represented niiu-iy .million  | people "at tho Court of St. .lanics,  I l''r-iii.:,,..,t.    1.1 ,,11    1 1    ,_i'... ..     !*..,    II.  .By Edgar Wallace  ���������Ward,  Lock    &  Co.,1   Limited1'  Lo.vJor*,  Melbourne  and Toronto  %   JI.  (Continued)  Ho is ehier of the Paris police, said  Il'-hl'M',  lie way over hero  ilu,- olh*r  day, and 1 in**t hlni.  How iniM  Comstock Hell liad gone into lhe reception room;' a '.llltlo boicl If tlu*  truth "j/ told, lle.wo.ild not. have*  come that, .'isbl, but hia absence1  would havo been roimirki'u upon.  There was in bis heart a tear amounting to panic; life had suddenly lost  all ils joy and sweetness and a black  cloud bad settled on bis soul.  He paid his 'respect;* lo the club  pn sidtint's" wife, who was receiving  miosis la the reeoiuion room.   A eon-  Well, aud -ainn 'iml he goi to niy''  Jle wa,*** lalkiag about Conn-toon I  H.'ll, saiil Ih bier, "nd watched Ills-, I  hi ar.'r eioscly, j  Whal   lias Vum-Mock  Hell  been   lo-  lilf.' to |:u-lii> tlie-iilteiitlon of tlie A\-i'\  of tlie .-.uri'ti*--inurdtT. , ,, |  lMiliT was Wiilflilns; him heenlv.      |  do you i!T*an to tell'me thai y hi  have nc.er beard? he nfUoiJ.  1 iuivo heard a great many ibin^n.  said (bibi( imt ii is intereHliug to au  told thiiu:s lhat 1 have never heard iv>-  fore, and 1 hope you will instruct me.  Hut. said tho oilier, do you not kiiw  ihiu Corns-lock Hell was a member'' o\  ibo Cireie de Crime?  Circle rh-> Crime?    T don't even li'noxv  what the Circle do Crime was,  Gobi.  Helder    lie*'bated  wer>> on tbo baleon  throng below.* A girl wlio leant o-'or  tbe balustrade next* to him could JiMr  r.very word ho said if she chose.  There was a eotisiiuit roniing 'ind  going of people behinil bim.  I will take tlio riwk oC your josh'ne  me, he said, for 1 guess there isn't  nuich you don't know. Many years*  ago, wlien Hell was a young man in  Paris, lie and a number of other wild  youths started'the .Crime Chib.' ft  was one of those mad things, of which  high-spirited youths'are guilty, Rath  member of the club made a vow to  break the law in some way which, if  "it were discovered),would qualify the  offender for a*long term of imprisonment.   '   ���������  What an amusing idea, said Goul.  How many of ihem were hanged?..  <None, so, far as I know. ' There was  ���������some sort of little scandal at the timo.  I rather think that tbe irate parent of  oue bright lad unexpectedly turned up  from  America  and   disorganized' ,i!ii  ..society,   'Most* of   them,   for.tunab';���������*  bad taken assumed names which wore  inscribed in the annals of tbe  -ilu'*!.  and the only really bad crime wbirm  ���������waB-commlLted_JsasJaiil_aLJJlS^ibjor  of a man  whose identity  has nev-*r  been discovered.  But the man need not have bc>*n  the*forger, said Gold unwittingly,  Tbe oilier smiled,  1 vbought you knew, be said.  That lt was forgery, replied Gold.  Yes, T remembered whilst you were  telling me. One of those, hopeful  youths forge?! a JCfc'O English banknote and changed it in the .Rue la  Palx. I ���������/eeall the fact now, What is  all this to do .vlth Comstock Hell?  Well, said Helder carelessly, I happen to know that he was a. member of  tbe Cireie de Crl.���������*���������-'. 1 happen also-  to know that the French police .have  narrowed down the perpetrators of  that crlmo to two mon,  '��������� Gold turned and looked him straight  in tho eye.   ,  You're a'most communicative person, be said, and remembering bis  known generosity, bis kindness, and  liis savolr faire, there was n hint, of  offenBlv'encsH .in bis tone which1 was  remarkable. '  ������������������ Now,perhaps you, will toll me wbo  are tbe pooplo who are suspected by  thu 'J'l'.onch polic?  The other wei.t :. little'rod.  1 thought ; ou would be Interested,  he snid,  I am In-ii-reiifrdi.' said Gold, most  damnably;' who was 1hc'criminal?  Again lhe. other d*-l<>etod a scarcely  veiled hostility In lis lone,  Comstoelv 1 loll was one, be said  defiantly.  And ilio other'!  1 don't know'tire other, said Holder,  lt Ih a man In *,l.ha city���������a broker or  lid'Gold politely j cert "aus in progress in what, had been  tin; billiard rnoi.. He half turned in  that direciioir, somebody called bim;  be looked nve? bit! shoulder and saw  Lord Halliiigdnlo.  Hell, you're th.* man 1 wanted to,see,  said his lordship, detaching hlinsoK  from bis party with-an exc.-e. 1 am  going down the Mfdi'.enaneun next  month; will you conic with mo?  Comstock Hell smiled.   1 am so sorry, 1 have made other plans, bo said.  Coin;; oui  of town?  Yes, I thought "of running across to  the Stales.      My^nuv.h'er isn't enjoying ilie bc-".(. of health jit:.1, now, aud  I think she would like to soo nie,  He1 passed on.   The'exciis-- had been  ���������iu***'u*d' ���������nvrIU,J/J on the. spur of lhe moment,  "���������" v | for though his mother was an invalid,  Oilier      ppo'-lo'*10 '���������������������������*��������� no s"tehtlon of Quitting Eng-  v    wateliiiu* " ''heI *������������������'���������*��������� "* ;* corlain niilttcr was settled  rOR ECZEMA?  WISHES  OJT1C1MS0AP  ��������� 'Tlid ilching, hyrning, suffering and  loss of eleop caused by * eczemas,  r.isli*-"; nntl irritations of the skin  ;,rnl scalp arc at once relieved and  permanent "-kin health n*.-,w>iol iu  . r.'ost cases by warm baths wiih  Cuticura Soap followed by gentle,  tipiilicalions of Cuticura Ointment.  r,i.lrlin.H������������p������wK)lflllIifnl ������.Tfl Mllil ll.roilSMMlt  ������ the ffo-W. a iu*������*l mitt'liK "'���������'"���������'l w'". ''���������-'i"i;i  ijookliM nn llu- tttf. ttiiS lr*������lti,nn of ll* til"*,,,.  ������Min. wm im-f.-rw. AMtmt I'oittr Df*, * ������;mi���������.  Varp,, l>rt)t. >-li< *l'������tol������,U. P. A.  i once *.nd for all.  He progressed leisurely towards the  dining room, where TeltrazKlni was  holding an andienee spellbound, Tbe  room was packed and there was-a  crowd about the dcor. ''  "He stood in the rear rank, and had  no difficulty by reasor. of his inches, I,  in seeing over the beads of tlie throng.  Fortunate man,    whispered    somebody.  He looked round. .  JMrs.  "Granger    Collak's    beautiful  eyes wore smiling ber bold admiration,  Radiantly lo.vely was this woman of  the world, as men bad found-to their  cost.  Shall 1 lift youup? he asked, in the  same tone, natural ..with her '.in public, and she was genuinely fond of  this young gian*'. wlio,knew her for  wbat she was, yot never condemned  ber, and never sought a closer friendship.  "  Ydi: can find me a nice quiet corner,  she said, for 1 am bored to an incalculable exten*.      , ,       ' ��������� ���������  He detached himself "from " the  throng: and led her to"a corner of the  .almcistldegbrtled outer lobby. Jlere in  a recBss under tbe, stairwayriie~lpund'  a quiet spot, and she seated herself  with a sigh of relief,    .  Comstock,- she said. I want you to  help me;   .  1 'could help you best, be said with  a reprorving smile, by presenting you  with a framed copy of ti.e ten Commandments.  Do not be banal, I beg, she implored.  I am superior to Commandments; the  fact that they are,-Commandments and  not requests, makes mc long to break  them all. No, 1 want something more  substantial.  Her eyes met his, and she read  lometbing of the pity that (Hied, him,  pity ihat overwhelm al tho sorrow  which his own troubles brought.  Doii't look1 nt-mo lik) thp.t, she said  roughly. Kdo not want your sympathy, Have no stupid Ideas about  me, Comstock; I am bad through and  I am desperate, 1 want money to go  abroad; to travel for a ..few years,  People think I am brazen because.I  turn up horo after���������after--you know.  But, 1 can' get awry. I am at. the  end of my tether. I want to go!  Sho clenched .l.er hands and he saw  u tenso hunted look in he1 eyes.  1 want"tO1 vanish for ������ low years���������to  go alone, ��������� comstock -��������� and 1    am  bountf hand and foot.  Somebody win, approaching.  Loo'.ing up  Hell r.iiw  Helder  with  a little t-milo on Ills lips, ouentatious-  lv looking tino Ik r way.  ' Come lo Cadogan S'luare tomorrow,  be said rising.     1 will let you have  anything you want,  Her hand wr. * treml'llns when she  lab) lt on lis aim,  You nro good to me, she said, a.id  her voice faltered,    1 can't���������1 can't repay you in ni'.y way, can I'!  lie shook hhi bead.  Ho hit her wiib on * of her yotilbful  cavilllei'H  and  mud.   bis  way  to  tho  clonk room to get hts bat and coat,  lie found Gold Hlmlhui;' employed.  Am you gclng ho soon, my young  frlor.'l, ho asked,  Hell laughed,  Yes, I llnd Umso functions deprosi*  hip somewhat! I in-n't bn getting old.  You appear lc have similar designs,  ho said.  The nllo'.iilaiit was helping the otli-  ei into ids conl.  n.Hiiic������B���������ItirxjU'iil'lo business, smiled  Cold,  Which way do ym   go?  Oil. I ilon'l know, said Hell vaguely.  When young men don't know whleh  way (boy nro going, nald Gold, tlioy  ���������ire nuuiilly going to the devil. Come  along with tiio.  ''i....^ '.-th ',,:i"."'b*1"1 nnd lninrhlnK,  passed Itivnuirh tbo hall down tlio step  Into tbe struct; and iheru w.ti*. .it  leust ono pair of eyes that watched  tho tall il'-urc of llw young man disappear.  Weil walk, '.f you don't mind, said  ���������,;���������.,:-,'.  il.,. ���������.���������.!���������. I- '.^ vory bmivv. and  I like walliing in thu ruin.  I prefer it  too, Mild the other.  Thev, walked i.loiig Pull Mull b\,al-  loiu'i." till they camo to llm corner of  the llaymurket.   Tho   ruin   had   In-  ci'?p*c*1 fl"*! was now. falllnK heavily.  liohl ballpfl a tn\t*cnh.  Fl-vet Street, ho ;'alil loudly. j  ���������ftu'v b<"' not p-orc far before hoi  pul id's bead out of ih" window aiutj  -> The Strength of Tiny Creatures  When * compared with lho strength  of man, the strength of'tin Insect is  wonderful, the .lltlo ant can carry  a load forty or llfty times as heavy' as  himself, and tho ordinary beetle can  propel a b/rden a hundred llm?s its  own weight The inslgnilleaut house  liy gives a hundred strokes of his  wings in about two seconds, thus enabling him to g��������� a distance of Ihirly-  llvo feet in.thac time.      *   -  Perhaps the most wonderful of all  insects is the diagon Uy. It goes'  through the air at*, the' rate-ol' sixty  miles an hour and can stop Instantly,  or change its course- backward or sideways" without lessening its .speed or  changing .he position of its body., '��������� n  1 0;.c little honey-bee will hang suspended from a limb, while from bis  body' a hundred others will depend���������'  ono holding to.another, chain fashion;  and one cannot, see. that tlio lirst. bee  wavers or finds his������load heavy.  Darwin on Maniago  A newspaper correspondent recalls  tho following early advocacy'1 of. eugenic marriages   from   Darwin's ���������'Descent of Man.'*    ' ..    ,  'Man scans with scrupulous care  tbe character, and pedigree of his cattle and dogs before lie matches them;  but when ho comes to; his own marriage he rarely or never ' lakes any  such care. He. is impelled by nearly  .the samo motives? as'tho lower animals  when thoy aro loft to"iholr own free'  choice, though he is in so fnr superior  to thorn that ho highly values mf-r.lip.  charms and virtues. ��������� -On tho other  hand he is strongly nitraol.<*-.|'by nhre  wealth, and rank.'. Yet. ho might by  selection ��������� do something not only for  bodily constitution ahd frame of his  offspring, but for their inlollectua1 and  moral qualities, Ttoth sexes oughl^o  refrain from marriage if Ihey aro in  ! any marked degree inferior in body or  mind; but such hopes are Utopian, and  I will nover bo,even partially realized  | until tbe laws of Inheritance, uro thoroughly known. Every ono "does good  service who aids toward this end.'  A Fa'r.t Hearted Poet,  Samuel Rogers, the Hngiish pool,  whose bouse in London '.vas noted as  a literary center,; was very fond of  the society of ladice and w;-.s a great  favorite, with, ihem. Yet lie never  married and in lis latter years he used  to regret not having done so. ltogers'  nearest approximation to the nuptial  tie was with a girl whom he thought  U be the most beautiful bc had oyer  se3ii. * At tbo end of the. Lo.idon season she said lo liim at a ball, I go  tomorrow to Worthing. He did hot  go wiih her. Some months afterward  being at Ranelagh, he^ saw lhat tlie retention of every one" was drawn toward a large'part*���������/ that had just en-;  tered, in tbe center of whicli was a  lady leaning on the arm bf-her- husband. Stepping'forward to see'this  wonderful beauty, he found it was his  love. . Sh? .merely said; You never  came Jo Wort', ing.  CANADIAN  made from  our   new  factory, at Windsor,*Ontario.  .,   "       Try Remington-UMC Arrow ancl Nitro  Clubs thb season.  Their absolute reliability;  ���������has made them thechoice of sportsmen all ov������. n  Can-Ada.    The highest priced ammunition sol,^  in the Do.minion.  We have yet to find the keen [  sportsman who balks at paying the price. '  Cerium detnil������of iiicnuf.iclisro nre n little mora rimilly v-ntcked tn  Hr.nmBtou.UMC  Jioiijh-sll-b.   M������y we -end you ttTooklc| .Impft  rxiiliimujif iIicbo nml oihrr tcclimcol point*.?   Your name imd id. '  ar<;i������. on u ponlcord will brine it by ictijin intiil, ,  Remin-jton Anns-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.. Windsor, Ontario  Scientific* Mar.".(.ement Again  Our boss is a crank on ellicleney.  1   What's bo up to" now?  Trying to teach the stenographer  lo chew her gum in "two ��������� movements  less per minute, (tribe lower jaw.,  It All  Depends'  Teacher���������*Now, boys, here's a little  example in mental arilhmelic, How  old would a person be who was born  in 1S75.  Pupil���������Please teacher, was it a-man  or a woman?  Liver Sold for Money  W.tbin tbe lastTyear a scoFcWiiTen"  worth "millions have died before they-  reached 50. The most .recent instance  is that of a Chicag man who leff?S0,-  000,000 at tbe ago of 47. , ' '.  It, is not always Safe to "Lust reports, but in this case they,seem to  agree that tho strain of overwork-  broke bim nvi!." Tie inherited'1 a  large businebs and he felt' obliged to  carry its burden. >  In modern business there is one  great fact which men aro slowly (hid:  lug out.  No man can do it all.  By proper system and organizatloil  be can multiply himself many times  and still save himself, No matter  how big a man may be. bo is a failure  if he thinks he must be always, on  hand to run bis shop. Tbo test, .of ef-  flciet.cy Is.the running of'the machine  while the boss is out playing golf or  courting tbo fresh air for his health  und for a worWngman's appetite.  Grinding one's life out before r>0 for  dollars is a tragedy. Even though the  profits bo measured In millions, il. !s  not worth it.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain' Mercury,  us u'tre.iry wlll unruly destroy tl.e mm ot rrncli  aurt .-timplcldv iloraiiRi* I lio wholi* system whei)  untiTln*; It lliroufili the mucous" nurlacra. ;,Sucb  jrlle':) FliuuU f.rvcv 1)0 ..soil except ou i>rc*.iTli>-  1I0119 irom re|iut:il*l������ pliyflctwi*', as Use ilumnBe U.oy  wlll ilo is*lea to'.tl io tlio r.ooil yo-.i can |)usi>ttily derive !rmn ti.oiii. Hall's (."atarrh Cure, inamilarlured  by K. .1. Cheney A- Co.; Toledii, O., contains no mer-  ;iire, and r������ taken Imorn.illy. artliis dliectly upon  llie' blood and imicoiu surfirmi of the -^atem. Iu  buyin*; Hall's raturrti Cure be suro yon get the  rcmilne, It ln lake!. Internally, and made ln Toledo.  Ohio, bv 1-', .1. Cheney .t'Co,  Testimonials Iroo.  Sold bv llriin';'''.!!.   I'rlci', "r-, per bottle.  Take Hall's Kiwi.'.- Vllls t- t   iti'miuoa,, **  Makes Home Brighter  and Labor: Liqhter.  A Paste Ithe F. F. DalleyQ,J No Dust  NoWASTE   I HAMILTON. CANADA I Nb RUST  . .Still i:i  Use  jlo*..r about that garden hose 1'loaned  you last summer?      .-,.-��������� c  1 still have it, old man.  Can'r. 1 get it back?  Yes. but nol now, I had, it all colled  up and a turkey built, a nest and went  to setting i:1. it.  "As a ver.*r''.'.*'do there m no preparation that uiiuald Mother 0raves' Worm  Kxtorminalor, ��������� It has'saved the lives  jaLfiQlUitless children;   *'  '. *'.'.-       .   ���������.  Velepbcnes In Jerusalem ' *  1 A Hell telbphono system has just,  been Installed In .lerusalem hy iho  Ottoman government for lis own uso.  There nro ton slullonts connecting the  government house with the eourthouse  and tnilltnry headquarteri-* and several police Mntiomi, Application has  been mado I'or a public telephone service In Jerusalem, Jaffa and Heinle-  hem,  Welding Copper  A process of welding copper wiih  tlie oxyiicefyk'tie flniiin Iiiih been dei'el-  oped by ii, Gorman invo.ilor, * lie has  found It ueeossary >o use larger torches thnn for iron welding, but. In general the proecMH Is rinilhr, exrepl that,  he eiiiploys a liquid woldlni, ihihI1* and  a sp .al copper welding wire, .The  paste prevents the format lm; of oxide,  The process has been lined for welding  copper plnles up to nn limb In tbleli-  ni-Hi'. Tbe process as ludng used In  the nrlwlpiil copl"' works In (1 or-  mnny with great niieersH.  A Daniel Come1 to Judgment  Hul, Judge, protested IMngloy, ldu  not seo how yoi. can lino mo K>0 on  tho lufillinnny. This eoiiHtnble miys 1  wns exeeedlug the itpood limit, uud 1  sny 1 wutm't. lie l.nsn'i brought.uny  wltnoHses io substaittlate bis claim.  They'll Hiithln' in that, wild the  Judge, and 1 reckon we'll hi>v to com-  promise, Yo pay tbo $fiO now, and  '���������mm. Hmi\ when you'l'ii passln' tblfl  way again Jest l"f. >'"iir old cur out  for   Ull   H'u'h   ttlll/l,   .wiil    u*'.1!   -.Al   h  Hiiunro.  His 'Mistake . ,  She ,vas a, plump widow, with' two  charming daughters. ��������� Sho liad been  a 'relict' just a year, and was beginning to we.-.r her 'weeds' lightly. All  the samo, wlien the new ciirato called  upon ber she sighed: Ah, 1" feel the  loss of my poor, dear husband vory  much. ' I never have any appetite for,  anything now. Tho curate was all  sympathy, and In the endeavor to cheer  lier by pointing out what a comfort to  her her daughters must be. replied: 1  cm quite understand thr.*1, bul. you are  solaced In��������� -���������-,  Sir, interrupted U.o Indignant lady.  Allow iru l.o In for. 1 you that1'! nm not  laced in at nil.. .      "  TAKE NOTICE  Wo publ sh slmplo; sl'rnlgh't- 'testimonials, not, pres-i agents lulci*vio\vs,  from well-lr.iowiv pwplo,, r  From all over Amcr'cr,. Ihey (eslify  to tbo mollis of MINARD'S MNI-.  Ml'INT, the ho?: of Household Itemed-  Job. ������������������ ��������� .        ���������  MINAHD'S  LINIMENT  CO.,  Uinllc'.!.  'J'ltn Hiniilli'Hl eniiHerlpt in ]>"raiii:r> is  probably Kugeno tCspagnol. of lioulnes  v-iv Touvr-. lie sinnds lift 7ln, In Ills  stockim-H, iiii\':',-t-ariiK tim scni.'-i m va  poiinil.*-.. or jiiBtVthreo mono,  .\ Moth [Jls;;oller  Tin-pcnth ���������. is ta' suro proventlvo  against moilir., ' Hy ('���������.���������oppiug a irlflo  In drnwers, t*ini!f3 tin", oupbourds ll  will endor tho garments eafj from  injury. 1- will i.lso keep anls from'  closets and iitore.."0'*ms if :i i'������w drops  nro j-*.'.; in the oornora and upon tbo  shelve***, It Is sure destruction to all  sorts of vermin and will drive tliem  nwav from tbo vurloim articles of ftnn-  IfurJ, II does not injure nit lior fitrn-  Hiiro or clothing. Ono tablcapoonfnl  uddi'd to a' bucket of warm water Ih  excellent for cleaning painted woodwork.  Pompons with Bends  I'ri'tty pompo>, for slippers nre  iniiile In this way. Outlier a. doublo  strip of I'liiri'oii���������iiboin Ibron Inclios  wide or nn Inuh'nijr n half svldo when  fobb'd-lnto a rosette, Make a Utile  Hiilln rose of  ho siimo oolor.  If you nro not vuraoil In lho ways of  making' 1'orch frcm .Hiitin nmko two  rosettes as you minio tbo chiffon one,  one Hinuller than tho other, imd fasten  thom toRclhoi and Ihoy will look  nowerlllie.  Uso bright crystal bonds -for tho  J wor center and dot beads around the  oftr-ot nf the petnlH of the siilln rose.  I'nro, clear glass Ij������ikih gm- i)".* hth  mi'eil., dut h*;)J <���������! .'-'.Inr hemV- would  also lm pretty.    *  changed bin liihtructloil  Take me to \letorb, bo s  Rill  .,*!  through the  (To  pnik*.  ConllniicM  l;u  It Is KiMifilhlc and convei.let t to have  large pocket n In your upron whop going about putt Ing lho Iiouh.' In order.  IMoci'H of it ring or nnv out-of-tbo-plnrp  urtUde inn in* hilbpi'd into Ul>* *vv l:<*t  and pui away nt leisure.  Try   Murine   Eye    Remedy  1������ you Inwo Ucil, Weal;, \V;.tvry Eyca  or firfltuilatod Rvellds, I)ot?n't Snjart  ���������Soothes liyc I'ain.    Dnif-f-'i^j  Bell  , ,    ,  .      .��������� ���������..|i  |���������tf..  ���������   "-miimii;"   *i>������   * uu-.     iiiii^ivj   ocu  A t.*u. puuuMl of ko. .'Ip w,ll i-ilnr ������  Mwlu.. Ey0 UemoAy, TjAt-M. 3.-V Ma.  kettl.vful of    uro until. Mutln* E>������ Salve in Aseptic TubctJ,,  W. N. U, 983  Kviileiitly the sreut lain  wlnrtproof Ibi.  need  a ��������� 25c,  50c. ' Kyo  Hooks  Pth* bv Mftft  ft 1   An ty* 'taut* fl������������d fcr All C������o Oi������t Nt.t Cita  (Hurio������ t-V* Remedy Co., Cbleil*  WniBtllno for Healt*.  A ilo-jtor Inn' tllHcovn'oi! that wlilst-  vii" i������ --nm" for the health. It lllls the  lungs with i nlgonitiiig oxygen, wuA  this revlvllles flnwgliiK Hplrltti and iluh*  by lntieoles. Hoys aro prone to bo  broartfif-Hrrtoil than t*'.'l������ find bi-ltoi'  constructed for deep ���������muscular touou  bocauiifl of the li.ng exorcise which lie-  eoinpniilen whl'-liug and ono of (ho  ilrst ibings ihey liy to il') when thoy  Imvo imencil bnbyho *.l is to whistle,  The teacher, who was jjlvlnp; Hie  primary class a nature .talk, ln'iulrc-iU  Johnulo, how'ilotn'tt ^ko ttlngt  Johnnie, a gradunte from tho nchool  nf experience, replied with pmpl*nsl������-'  Awful".  Hoods of tha Colleyes  if you have "'taken a dr-greo, in dl-  ���������vinity at Oxford you are entitled to  wear a red hood  Tho speaker -was Ethelbert' Reed,  tbo Duhith psychologist, o Mo continued:     . ���������   .  Wearing a red hood myself, I take  a 'natural -ntorest in hood stories.  There is one about a man .who complained to hi.j bishop,that So-and-So,  'though not of Qxfo,rd, was wearing a  master's hood.  And I call it, bishop, said the complainant' bitterly,���������wcav/.ig a lio'on bis  back. ,     " "= '   "  Oh, doii't uso so strong i. .word as  tbat, said tho bishop. Just call it a  fylse hood, .  Ebony Backed brushes ,  . When you clean ��������� tho ebony brushes.  on your, toilet table rub' petroleum Jul-  Ij over the backs before you wash the  bristles, as ibis prevents the soda or  ammonia in tho water from injuring  iho ebony. " The Jelly, should afterward bo removed by polishing ih*.  back with ,.i dry cloth.  Entertainment for All  1   A pretty girl   can "get   a*  entertainment out of hor  served an exchange.  True!     3o can a  *laln  thinks she is* pretty.  lot   ol*  mirror, ob-  girl   who  A Poser  Mentor���������Consider the, owl.   He's a  bird of .wisdom, and be gets "-h is reputation by keeping silent.,.  ��������� Stentor���������How aboiit tho screech owl.  Easy Mark  hear he's very-  sweet on,  ��������� -.���������"Madge���������'  you.,       ' -    -  y Marjorie���������Hath r       He's  good ��������� for  about t.wo pounds of ct.r.dy every week.  '���������No Deception  Wife���������You.dotalvc-a-me., When yon  married me you said you bad' a job on,  the road.  - - -    . * s...- ,  ��������� Hub���������Well,. so rh'ave; only1 It's-a  lon0- tino in arriving.   *  A Freethinker J  YViiiie;=n5aSv'^whrit-is'Ti-freei.hinkc-r';  Haw���������An unmarried man, my son.  Maw���������You go 'o bod, Willie. '   ���������  1   The  Beauty of a Clear Skin.���������The  conditioner, tho   liver   regulates  the  eoudifion of the bleed."   A disordered,  vm ������������������        .,     ji,i.,i.i������������������ ni,���������,,t   Mico'liv0;' causes impuiitics in tho blood  Wliat���������arc. you thinking about, Miss, an(1 Ufe80 s])ow tllom80lveg ,��������� blQm|8h.  es on tbe skin.     H.ir:ucleo's Vegola-  A  Significant  Name  Wombat?  Of your name, Mr. lluggins.-  .,. My name? , ' .    -  .Yes.as Shakospcaro says,' Is there  anything ini.a name?   ������������������  He showed her there' was..    .  i "'   '  A" Number'of Heirlooms  General Htitmah once slept, in that  bed, volunteered the landlord.  ��������� Um.'  And sat .-*. .thn't very chair you aro  how sifting in.  ��������� And refused'lb o;i. this ham sandwich. "I suppose,*-.Interrupted tho tourist. ..Well, 1;.Con'I think 1 ��������� want it  either. ' ' '*' '���������'*   ,  hie Pills in acting.ttpo.i tho liver act  upon the blood1 aiid a elea'r, healthy  skin will follow intelligent-use ot Ibis  standard medicine. Ladles, who will  fully appreciate this prime quality -.**  Ihose pills, can use 'beni with the certainty that .'the effect i-wlll- bo rao:it  gratifying.  Gender  A woman lonelier was explaining  gonrtdr to a 'viulo of young' children  na visitor'1 onteiod.' They begged hop  to coutlnuo, as thoy would he1 delighted to hem- tho children's replies. ,  Children, she asked, whal Is girl,  womnn, man's " ���������   : '; '  One l'.tllo lian    wns po onper  appealed lo thb owner' proudly.  Well,* 'Artier ' ���������  Artio rose to th.o occasion,  Girls Is fentalos;- woman's a  and tpnn'b alnih,iun* boar.  she  malt'  Courtier snd Poet  Louis XfV, "havlug shown  Holloau  somo versus oJ his own composition,  demanded   his   candid  opiuion about  ib em.  Sire, answered the post, your majesty wished to write poor lines and you  dld'iifio1 woh -l.nl you pr'-ved llmt.  n.thing Is impossible to your mnjoi-  ty.  .litanf-en ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  .   Ymi wlll .idmit a w.i.T-j ��������� men  sometimes, changes his mind,  Yes, lepll'oc: Senntov Sorghum, He  also cluuigoi'.' Ills wardrcbi, ��������� lint In  doing so ho avoids popular nlicn'tloD  nn. much  '���������<; postiblo.  ,Tones--Hns" H.'own i. riinr.iug nc-  eour.t at tho sloroV  Smith���������I think nol, for Ihn grocer  says ll Is *,!.!.1 htai ding*  In still nlr n pigeon can fly  yards a mini io, wllh a bivozn.  yiirds and with n strong wind  yards.  .12(10  1.100  ���������.',000  Merely Prudonce  Hub-���������How could you go uud order  thai, iispo-nt'lvi* iioc.lilaeo'.' Don't you  know how I'm ilxed'!  \Vllo--.-Yes, Iml I don't, want people  to Know how you are fixed.  The secret of the il-lleloun omelet  lies In the uso. cf more yolks lhim  whltns, n 111tIti rich crrnni and a seasoning of cheese.  ��������� When drrsalng poultry do not -waste  tho feel. Hlaco Hum In boiling wator for a few mlnnles. anil the sk^n  and nulls will come off easily, Thoy  miik'] a delicious bit of soup or Jelly,  Can any littlo boy.' unlit.*, the now  loiiclior, fell ihe tho difference bolwoen  a lake und an ojnui?  I fun, replied Kdw.-.rd', whoso wisdom had beer, learned' from experience. Lakes M"-' binch pleiisiinkM' to  swallow wlici* you -I'ftl. In.  Though tho door of a vault In' a  New York bunk weighs -10 tons 11 Is ho  ���������rurel'iilly balanced Hint It enn bo opoii-  ed and closed with a mnn's linger.  Mors Yet  Why 1 lio illvoreo? Coiihln'l lio support her in ihe stylo to which nlio waa  iii'i'tistomed'.'  Yes; but'ubo wanted so in ex hlni" hotter thnn thin.  The kind <T Christianity tlin! only  visits whero tbey isei out good illnnerH  iuul lets a pmu' neighbor Hiiffor ami  din nlono, Is nol tlm real lliliti*', and  II is of very little use hero or'hero-'  after.  A delicious Hivoof*. cnndwleli Is intnlo  of thin nllct'H of whlto broad spread  Willi Jam topped with nrenm (ilicoao.1  Cut -'innrer, of wh..p'r.ibloth, aud  put under th- ihildroif 'plates and  snve the lablcc*,  "Aii is Well Tliat Ends WelT  Alonc-^Ufaidvfpemla come* n������rvouinM-, rdceplenneni ind (*������n������,  erul III health. Why f Hecnuia n disordered ctomicli Aoet not neiralt  tne food to be aiuimlUted and carried to thn blond. On tho.other'und.  thtt blood U cliorRod with poliom whluh come from thin ilUord������r������d  OiKHVibA. Iu vmi-.k, Cm-4 ui;*t^.i t.rc r.;'. foti ri ^nml, ri>i" Wnnd nnrt *���������������*  tee those ijrmptom* of nervoui breakdown. Il I* not head vrorlc tbiit  does It, hut poor ttnmncli work. With poor thin blood the body \t not  protected nmilnut thn ntUcV of Kermi of grlp-broncliltii-teniump-  tlon,  Fortify the body now wiih  DH. PIERCE'S  Golden Medical Discovery  tn tlUr������t]v������ etlrtet from nttlvt medlclml pltnU, pr*ierlb������������! In both liquid  mul UlUl furm by Ur, ll. V. t'leree. over 40 yettr* tno.  Uor* than (3 ytua al exprrtenrt l*������i proven (It iup������/ler werlh tt in In-  ^Irorttinr ttonmch ionic and bluod poriritr. It invifarttn* mul rt-fuUt--*  the ilemnrli, liver knd boweti, end throu������h Ihem Ihe vrhole DitUm.VIt e������n  " now alia I* htd In mirw-eottti-J UbUv form ������f nut>t i1*il������re In mViklBt.  If nol, lend to eenU In nne-o-snt lUmpi far trltl box to I>r. Ymxta't Invitldi'  Hotel and Burutttl Inituute, Buffftlo, N.Y. ,  .The Common Sense Medical Adviser.  !*������        I  1  i  MA  1HT  jyiYS  )KOF lOOl PAGES JtAUPflOtW'ffT.r HrtOMD IN CL0TII-TIIEAT8  ''    "      TOII^^NAtOMY.MTOIOlNK AND IB A,COMi'LL-Pli I  BtndftOont-ciint������Un-p������ to itV^Ptejce.BulUjo, N.Y. ������*-v������r-^ t*^i>^**cJchFri^:������������*v**'������***  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, 3&THSH COLUMBIA.  NOTICK U hoci-iby given th: t api*!i-  :m'.ion wilibe nude to tin Superintend-  tut of Erovihoiil Polico,  Victoria for a  liconso ,to soil licjuor  by wholes-do upou  tha|iioa'i-jiM.flil;i������tidbn'Lut*6; Block 15,  ������'CiM-bailund.TowoRito, Cumberland; Ii. C  ClALI  iMLfSSAiTO.AppIieu.t.  D ltd iliPa Isn d:iy-u������ Ooiobor 1913,  v NOTICE u hieoby given that on lhe first  diy of Oion'ior noxt application will be  made to tho Supmut6iul������iJt of Provincial  Polico, Victoria, f?r ���������>> renewal of tho hotel Ikense to soil liquors -by rotn.il iu tno  hotul known aa the L..rhn ho liu, Bitiiut'od ������V  Comox, B.O, .. Geokgb M. Barlow  ..,.l);ted October 1, 1913.  NOTICli'is hereby yiveii that on the  first day of November. i<ji.", application  .-will be made to llie Superinleiulent ol  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  wholesale liqij ir license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson DiMiicl.    "'  ��������� l'li.si'NKi-*. siRiiwiNo Company.  Dated October ist, 1913  Union Steamship Co. of B> 0.  THE S. 'S. C0\V1GUAN,WILL SAIL AS UNDER  * "  NANAIMO DENMAN1SLAND-UNI0N BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ,:    Leave Vaucuiivur, Monday, nt 8 p, in.  .    "* - Arrivo Nahai'iuo, at11.00 p, m.  ; ''  Arrive Union %, Tuesday G,a. in.       Loiive Tiies n.  Arrive Oomo.v, Tuesday 8 a. in, ' ."Leave Tuesday, 11 a. in, ,  Leave Nanaimo 0 p.'m. Tuesday.   Arrivo Vancouver U.80 p.m:  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive   Nanaimo,   1130 p.m  Arrive Union Bay;��������� Sunday6 a, m. Depart 5 p. m .-  Arrive Comox,.Sunday 8 a'.m; Depart4 p.m. ���������  c . . ,. .   Depart 4.p,  .-{subject to change without notice.  CANCELLATION OFTIE-  MWRVE.  ^mB%mp<ismmma*M^nx^mim  mnjBa9rmmwru.Mtm  NOTIOK is Inioby -jjiven ihut.ou tlio  llr-t day ol December next nppliint.ot*> ill  be mndo to tlid Stipe intomlui.t i.f Provincial Polico, Vict-.iii, fi.ru i*.-iiuv\i)l of tho  h.-lui lii-cnso to Boll liqu������M by tuUil in  tlioholol kTiowu in the Union hnb*l, sit-  inito nt Uiii-ui, B.O.   John N, McLkod  Dn*.ul tho 1st day 'i.f Ooli'bvr,' 1913  NOTICE is hcr.-by lii'/nu .that ou t'lip  first day of I).aeitiltor next, upuhcitoa wil]  be undo to .'liu jupari.ittf-idaut uf I'r-iviuaial  1'olici', Viotwi;', for tku ronuwal of tho hotel licousu to sull liaa.ii-M by totiiil it������ tho  li )tfl known as lho ilvi-r.iib' hotel, situi.ee  at Courtenay, 11, (J.     ;.    0.. 11. Fucjiinek*'  J)ited Ooto'oir I, 1913. ,  w ���������*>+*-������*$>> ,  DRINK  Tho purest and best RISER, aud  made iu Cumberland.  *  #fe  J.    N.   McLEOD   - "Psioi?iajEror.  NOTIOU kiieud)y K-iyou tlut'ori tlie  .first d������y of I)a*eirib<-r iu-.xt .ipplicidiiii vill  bo made to tho Suponi.ti'ti lout i.f Pr.-viu-  *' uiui PoIicr, Viit.-iiin, Cor the 101.0 ahIof tbe  hoti-1 licenso to 8-11 liqm.ru hy toiniliu the  liot-.l koi.w., nstlio W .l.-oa huu-1, situated  at Ui.ioa Bay 11,0. J  , , Ai.v������iU).ltvi'i"ji HimNi*  Dated Ootoboi ], 1913.  NOTICE i* liorcby givoa - tnnt* on the  firBt dny of Daccmbcr n, xt ajiplioatiin w.ll  be_inr.do to the Soi*6rii.toi:de.it of/ Piovin-  ��������� oiul.Polico, Viptpiia, for the'renewal of iho  lio'.i-l Hoen.-fl to sell '.jii/.iois by'rvtail i.i tbo  bo-.i-l kiiOA'ii m t!i" Nob.ou hotel, sittM.o i  at Union Buy,'11.0."   s-      JohnFiiaseii'.'j  ,   -Dated Ootoher Ist, 1913.  t     r  The Gourtenay Hotel  Every "convenience fdrgueBts.  Xho Coutial Hotel for Sportsmen  Noiv? but the Uest of Wines and Liquors  at ihp Har,   '    ,  RATESI REASONABLE  Etij-liih -I x BURTON i\lwuyB on tap   , aleo. the famoiia MIIAVAUKRB  '   BEERS���������Anhonser, Uub'tiuia;), Sohlts*. &o.    ��������� "OLP OltEY J1KARD"  SCOTCJtl WHISKY, Boat Wines and Liquors of all kinds  'The jioarding and Lodgiug Department, under tbo immediate superintendence  ^ will Iutou. d^Fii-nt olaas iiicevery raspeot.,-,  .'  ATJSS,  Hs^sm^^^^inis^sssm^xiff:.  ipl oo per day  ESS2������^"53^22m2E3@-n  Brewers Dried Grains  ,   Better,  Cheaper Than" Most Dairy .Feeds ,  Vancouver Milling .&.Grain Company, Ltd.  '"   -.-Distributors N frNAIMO,--B. C.   BBS  NOTICE IS HERISMY GIVEN thai  ibe reberve, lho notice of  which' ait-pear-  erl in ihe 11. C. CatMc on ihe, 27th'day  nf Ueceinber, 19,17, is cancelled,in so far  . .'is ii rclues to the   fuiknvlu"   parcels of  . liind-���������the \V. 1 2 of ibe S.  E.  i-a, tbe  ���������S. W. 1-4 ai.d the S. 1 ��������� of the   N.   W.  i-4 west of ihe river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1*4, the S, E. 1-4 of the S.   W.  1-4  anil the IM. E 1-4 111 Section 5:   the'" ������.  i--������ of the S. E. 1.4 in Section 8; the S IC  1-4, the S. \V. 14 ���������'���������od the E.   1-2   of the  N. E 1-4 in Section 16, and   the E.   10  of ihe h, E 1-4 and N  i-a in Section 21,  all in Township 3, S.iywi.rd Oisiict, iind  llie N. E. 1 4 of the N, E.   1-4   in   Sac  tion .3:; the N E 1-4 of the S W 1 4 and  the N W 1-4 "ai.dN 1-2 of ihe N E 1 4 hi  Scciion J3; ilu; N ).2 of  ihe   N   \V   1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  ���������*4i and the S 1-2 and N  W'" 1-4 of the N  W 1.4 in Scciion 35,   all in To������vnship 6,  Sayward Disirici.  The said lauds will be open fi reniry by  prc-eni|.tion on Monday, the 181I1 day ol  May at the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications  to bo "Yade at the  office of the Government   Ayent,   Vancouver,    No Pre-emption. Record shall  inclu.ie more man 40  acres of land ex-  cep'v in cases where it i������ desirable to include small fractional   portions ofle-jal  Subdivisions,* information in which con  uection may be obtained from plans  on  view at die above mentioned Aj-cury.  R. A. RENWicK  Deputy Minister of Lands  Lands Wep.irtincnt,   Viotoria, li.   C,  February mh  1914.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, B.C. 1913  i,  UROKfPTS     ���������  Gov't grant'to C'ny... '.������5037 Oo  Gov't-graiit to (Jiniip... 1008 25  High Solioul (Ves1......  Special Gov't grant...  htid by  Oity of  tJinn  boi'liutd ;.  370 00  2500 00  3-UO  it>  11 ������,-'***  4.^.^!..... . ^'^i-.v^...^^  hi  Trade Maws  ���������    Ccsiows  CopvnicHrs ic.  \. An-tono soiiiHii'* u sVelch nr������l ii������������..i >t!.i!j mnf  q-ateklr ������tw---..-.:>i mir oth.iloii froo k<i*>u������ ������a  ul.-  Totttl Ri!Ceij)ts.  $&* OLD> NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS  OFFICE  t     LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  ��������� NOTICE Ts hereby given llrnl"  on the 1st day. of -Dfcember rext.-  npplicniibii will be maileto the  Superintendent of I'roviiiiUrtl  pol������������������  John Jchnstcn,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAtMO IIOLDKN AT -  ��������� NANAIMO..  IN TIIK MATTER OF Willianr  Jlorbei't Ilfttlon   doccttsucl,  in  t(--3tntc\ lato of Ooiirtontiy.'lj C.  ��������� A-ND ������������������'  IN THE MATTKlt ol' tiio "Olli-,  ��������� citil Adniiiiifitratiirs Act,"  TAKF NOTICK'tlmt by ordor of Ilie Honor Judgo Utirkor,  nuulo on the 11 lli day of Fob  nuvry, 11)1 *t,' I waa appointed  Administrator ot* tho UBtato of tlw  uhovo niontioned docofisi.d, itnd nil  puiiios having cluima agaiiiet tho  snid oRtiiU) uro liorohy mini red to  , fui'iiidlt 8IUH0, propoi'ly voriliod, to  uio on or boforo tho 15th dny of  Mnrch IIJ li, AND all pnr-  tii't* iiidohlnd to cmid ontnlo, nro ro-  qnirod lo pay tho .umountof thoir  indubU'diioBB to mo forthwith.  Dated this llth day of" Fobru  nry 1011,  , W, WlCST.Iiy WfM.AttI),  pilioiul Adiiiiniutrntor,  Omnberlnud, IJ, C.  yyi >.itiip*!**M*r\^<ffyi^w!m>>Ki>*\  0. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADES....-,  ���������   .    i   , m   HWpnrn "tlTPfJf!Mri ?  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNBWS.  "Nuff Said."  ici: for a license'for the" enTe of  liquor by 'wholesale in and upon  the premises sit.mted in lhe town  of ,Courtenny, B. C. known arid  (h'gcjiibed m Lois 30 und 3i, Sec7  tionjGl.  Diilcd Ihiij lilhduy of Oc.nbor  1913.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  John Mnrocchi, MunnRer  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE in horeby given that,  on lho I'dtday of Dec'emlier next,  iipplicntion ���������will be mude to lhe  Snpeiin'cndent of Pnivincial Polico for lenewnl of the hotel licence  to eell liquor by rotail in the ho'o"  known us tno Mtiluppimi Hot������l.  7\ unto nt Lnnd, in the Piovinceoi  Uiilinb Coluuibin.  Ontcil tliis 8th dny of October,  1913,  FRED THULIN  Applicant  1  Sportsmens Goods  nncl  I General Hardware  ffy<������i^*i*Mitfy'^  Violin Strings, Talking tnn-  cliiuc needles nnd Victor Records  fur snlc at tho News office.  NOTICE  . Any porson or porRonn, wilt I n^  romovin**** or tukin^ nny liluckn,  limber or wood, oi'nny diwriptiudn  3elonging to the Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or oil tho lnnd  of tho Biiid (3oinjmny, ov iinyom*  lipping rubbish of. any description  anywliero upon Ute ������)in|)auy'H  lav.-l will hv pfc'C'ittod to th*1 full  C\tc**litoF the l.ltl'.  J. it. LOOKAKD,  (ii'iierul Mnnngor,  Colliory 0o,y,  Don't   fo'rjjet   to   pl.icc  your  ut'Xi oulcr fov priming with us.  NOTICE,  Riding on locornotivcHHiid rail  way curs of tho Union Oolliory  Company by any ponton or jior-  lona--tixccpt taincr*j\v---L atvictly  prohLHlwl. Kmployecfl rre ������uh-  ���������oc to eliBtnirtual for allowing earn-  Uy order  J. K.  LOCK A ItD,  Gcucral Mana ���������<* .  IN THE|COUNTY  COURT  OF  NANAIMO 11 OlJiION AT  CUMMKIM.ANI)  INi THE   MATTJCR  of Thoinan  Hiiiith, di-ccnw-il, iiiloi-tnte.  who  died in Nol bo n  Dislrict on April  AND  IN TUK MATTER,of the ���������'Ollicial  Adminirtriilnrn Acl"  TAKE NOTICE that by ordor  of 1IU Hortn-'lJudmo Hnrkor, made  lho 5th dny of Novemht'r 1!)1!-5,1\viih  appointed ndiv.iniHlr.-ilorof lhe E*1*-  into of tlio above mctiHoned do-  cairtwiil, nnd nil pari iug lmvioi*  cliiitm'ni-'-inut lho o-iiM pt-hti*- nro  I' c to   furl������i.-li name,  propruly verified, to mo on or before lhe 13th day iif Di-cmnbor,  11MS. AND all ptirticB indebted m  fn d i-Hlnto, nro reipilrfld to pny Ihn  amount of thoir finlobtodno-8 to  mo fiirlhwilh.  D'.U+d thi* llth day of November,, 1018  IVlM.AHD.  Oflieinl Adminiclriiior,  Cnnrli'iJ,  ������. C  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Soclioii'42.  NOTICE is hoieby rIvoii that,  on tho 1.4 day of December next,  application will Ih* nnd'* to tlie  Superintendent ol f'rovinchl Pol  ice for iiMiownl of tbe hold licence  lo Hell liquor by tola1,), in thu hotel  known uBjth') Willow** IIolil, I'ilu-  ale a l Cam pi oil River, in lhe Province of BriiifhCdluinbi'i,  Dat'.d  this,8th day of October,  11)13.  CIIARLEH THULIN  Applicant  ������������������nH-'t-tr-w*  Sia3������2 00  ci *  ���������wr-awg-y"**  .  KXPENDITUUE  Teacher!-' Ptdarie* ....  871125 00  yio 00  30 OU  (i 00  11 00  diinitor   Scnvongt-r   Toli-jimns, teli'pliiiiio.,  A. Ma.\well, hiuthigo.,.  Potter0������fe   Kirkbrido..  .. hnnhigo ,  T. 1). jMel.fiin, sUition-  ory ��������� and  repairs.".  A. II, Peacey,   stationery and Itobki*.. ..  Islander, printing   News - v ������������������ ..'..-  C 11. Tarbell,  supplies  and1 labor. '  Dr. G.K.MaeNaii������htou  ��������� itiedicnl inspection  Thomson Stationery Cu  books   I'lve Tt-xt Book  Office  books   J. J . Douggan,. Trus-.  tees. Association.  Daily Province, adv'g  Sect's s'ahiiy 12 mos  Newbury .>t Ashley, bi-  snranee,'new school  Postage, and    stntkm-  oi'.y, 12,mos,....  Win. Putter, labor... .*  d). 'Kilpatrick,. coal..  hauling..., .....  11.0. (U)Lintited,..������oal  S. Leiser-& Co.,   chalk.  SIiihatu,j*lgck_._^._,._._._._  12 no  4 00  C3 15  ]4 00  10 00  -.14 oo  112 50  23 29  25 00  10 00  '2 70  ,60 00  145 00  '10 00  - 33 501  .22J50  127 50  ,.,   1 00  '. 8 50.  Haymaii&.Me.Kae,tow!1s  T. E, Date, hose, glass  ���������sundries .;*..,... .������������������  G. Dowiu'8, looks   L. W.   Nunn's,   water  Royston   Mill,  lumber  High school pupils, six  day's   teaching...  Suhool keys ���������*..  AVnshijifj towels ���������   Special grant cxpendit-  tnre, Cln'rk&Stewaif  Co, Ltd. furniture*..  A, McKinnon, furn'tro  Septic tank , . f  .Repairs to  old  R.ihool  Mhjw.   Labor pulling   in  new  desks;   12 25  tptclM tiatici, "vrittiiiuti ciil"MB'<^7l���������ui^l^v'", n**Vft.  $mmz Jiwrim. -  A **aBdf.onii*ly Uluaur.ied wixsk'.T. I*r?est caw  culaiion ������r uny .-.'lenUUo JourusJ.  .Yora'.<-(or  i\?o&'&%!eK,���������tns*rt":*i't' doW-^  MORI! J QoL^B*o.d������y, N3v/Y&rfc  1������U1C,*������.  QOljt  ,   NOTICE TO CO.'VTRA'CTOK S  SE.M.ED.TEXDKRS; tutK-mcribci?  "Tender f*it:., Lock-up and M.tnieu  C-insinblc's Quarters nl Poivoll River.*'  will bo iccciveil by the Honourable tlw  Minister of Public Works t*u tu-noon of  Fnd.-iy ibe 2oth d iv oi Febiu.iry 1914 for  the erection'aiKl ct'mnU-i.r.n of '.'ck-np  and innrricd cot)'���������,���������. ible's (|'iauet*> .u 1'ow-'  ell River, in ihu (Joiv.ox ������;-:ctci.i������  {)isiiici.  ��������� Plans, specification'-, ' conii;u:i ana  forms ol tender may be se������.*n on and. ;if-  ter the 2nd day of F-cl/r.nai* 191.;, nt the.  oft'ice of the I'mvincl'al (."���������'-���������uBiahle, at  1'tfwell Kivei : Mr. J. fiaird, Go*.-'.*������;- ���������  men*. Agent, Cumberland, H. Q.; Mr. '].  M-nhony, Government 'Agent, -Vancouver  il. C; or .the Depaitment ot l'jblic  Works, \'*ictori,i.  Intending iti\deiers can, for the siiinv  of ten* ^ dollars (S10), , obtam '*ne'  co;>y of the plans and spcciticaiions by  applyiny to ttw undersigned, which sain  will be refunded on their return in  good order. ���������      ' ������  Ilach'pioposal niu'.t be .���������iccomp.inicsd  by a-u accepte'd  bank,cbc>.|'ic or   ccriifl-  tate of deposit on a charteied .bank cf.  Canada, made pay d*!e-to tlie   Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for  a  -,tii..  equal-to 10  ici* cent of tbe te'iuler.J  which sh dl bt forfeited if tie party teiv  citrinj1  dioiiie   tc   ents"1,. inlo  contract  .  i\ hen -called upon to do so, or if. he* hb.i. .  to, cbmplele   the    woik.coiitnictcd   lu:i  The cheques 01 certificates  ofdcpus.it c-i  unsuccessful tendct'ers will   bo' returned  22., 501-tu   then  upon   the   execution   of   the  7 70  34 00  5 00  13 00  1 30  0 00  1150 07  200 00  275 00  800 00  43 00  100 00  TotnUxpondit. 11)18 ������12:102 00  "���������"* .',7^,'.,".' .,^.t.*_ **  Uiwh Hehool fees duo, $04.00  IJenpeolfully  HuhinilU-id.  THOMAS II. CAREY,  .Soerotnry,"  Honrd of School Trustees, Cum.  berlnnd, M. C��������� J mi. 8, 10 M-  1 hereby certify thai 1 hnvo examined tho books nnd iieeo'untH ni  the Onuil.iniiiitul public, and high  t-u.'ho'.l'i und Iind thom eorroet ns  set forth nhwe,  J.STKWART,  Auditor.  FIN A NcT;U7~"st]\ Tii M1? N T  Cumberland NMj>ht School  1018  UKCKII'TS  ("lovornineiit (Irnut  ������800.00  Subheriplinn     lol.tiQ  contract. *      '       ���������      .  .���������Teiu'cr*: will not be consiJeied ^nte.1.-:  made out on ihe forms supplied, v^ned.  with the actual signature of ihe tenderer aud enclosed in the envelopes fum-  i'shed. ��������� * "    ���������,.  The lowest or any, lender notnecessat  ily accepted.       ���������    .  j. J-:. GRU'TlTf,  Deputy Minister and I'ubl'c Woiks  Enyinoei; j)cpariincnl of Public Woik?,  Victoria, 13,'C) January 31 st, 1914.  f������4 ft*'*.'  WAC��������� IR CASIWJA ';,  L^'f?'^^1^  fe... -S   !',:i    . SYi  Bi*'"*    M  CRE^M  ��������� ������i,jr  CHEMIGALLY WM  Canadian Government lesto  show w������ liavo tho pyroot,  ���������tfSld) Woed'o Kioaplwdin������-  ������i-'/4iii*y **"Ji "������'   uir('t   Juiiili.itt   Jinmiiy.  *\>r'r   */ Tnnpiirini" invlKoniifntliiiwIinln  ���������i'.\r.T.*^.**eW������ji;..-lliiii olilVi'ltri. fn-'.iA.n- ,  ni'! thiitlUif, Mental ami Jtrttir. IVnifV,,Ai    I-inllt  Mi-nr,if.������,Stxuttln'tAksin..t, /-.'.flt.-'Wni,������,'. ���������   I      f*  nt>tt)rrlnr(i,<itirlK(ral*tif Adiwuor JiMHn't, |/i .1. nu I.,.,.,]  T\|l(1   ill    101 ft    r, 00  ,rU'0'|lvert)!ix,.Hly.fore.'i.  'iliowlllphmw'.i.*" ' v-,UnU ou *lu'" '   ll"' OA> l"1''   "���������wu  ?ni7.no  KXHCNDlTUlili  IVmuIioi" t^tiliti i 0 tiioiilho 5,*-iri0,'.'O  liutiior ���������* 4b,i)C  ��������������� 17.C0J  mn  ji|.|    ��������� _ ^ ,_   * vi 111- u IX  Btil.T' Cy "AJl" rii-Wrtou'WiniiiUil in I  m'.i|.i |.'-i������  r.) f,���������[���������nliif at fii'li'i.      Veil- iin.il ��������� htit I  vutUdl.far,  'riio'^ocd Modioli-^ cu,  .turmtrlti Irituluot)  i.N. 'fnru.MO, lii.1. ,\i ������ ''-  ���������^^n'*j^s^^^^\\:^y^%^]  /wr;'.r,^i./i.,/:^..u.-.*j.'.i-i-*(.* rr������iillk V), J<  ���������^���������oit'8 Gottso Rwl GofffpaM,  ���������*^!%������rai*j-i* T,i������ c���������1.1 u*������yt'.'o 'i'oniie, nu-a  ���������*V������ ^.f."?y������'^uiHt������i,f������,i>.lili.'.i\v".|iii.ucHa  ������7iii*v*ir doin ml, ������*.)lu ������u iJ������n ������������������ ocwmt  *'AWW\ of-tr. ikM' ���������>*:.������,*;-", IK.','  '' --7 iv.j' hpot'l'ii CJiftt-M, ffft j.c? t-iir.  ������,,^> Bold toy M tiMtrviii.������-'.' ������-.- iC  yjf        m'Vk'.A   O'l   U'.ly.i. vi ox*.  '!i������.irrJlUieiHCO0..infl0wffft,Oiir. l"(������r������vr^H'v'....'������5i  '���������������������������"��������� ���������**- '"III! HllHWt Ti Himin W*P**������I W t*W||*tgft*|t>*-J*--LU^)lU  o  NOTICK i i hcr-iby Rivnu tbnt ut tlo  next inoi':tiai" of tho lhvird <f l.io.-iinoCoin  miminnerH of tlio (!lly of Cumbotbiiul. mo  liili'tid to Upply for a lunewai (f the licit-  ol lio'nuo bold by un fur llu* Vombnno  Motel, Bituutoil ou lot ti, tliH-U 3, t'liinV er.  Iiiuii Towns!Uv  .U^Kl'll DAMONTli  Jl),**l*;iMf TOUACa)  IMo-lOalcth-r 'J--1.Il (.IX  TorawuHOnt. \ Tolid expon.litnru 1018    t}a 17.00  JtcHpof.tfblly hu bin i Ited  THOMAS. II CAREY,  ���������See let my.  I hereby oertlTy thr.t I hnve ex  ntnit.ed the hool'u nnd nwoiU)tt������ or  tho   Ciiiuberlmid    night   . uchool  nnd iind litem oorrwt ns set. rurlli  above.  J. STKWAIIT,  Auditur.  X        iur tlie Milk whrovi  rt. ,. ', 1,  . 1    .  / *���������',       .    J i    .  I -. I * ii  * t iv  '��������� * .    ���������  i*  l>, ..  ? l-'KlCSH MILK AND  J I-'AUMVUtinUCJC   ���������  $ Om* Mill1 is tliii product  I or I lie-Uest 1'Vd Cows     ���������*)���������  I VRHSH    -VIM-: t  v Delivered mornhii'.-N* evening J  J I. MARUYA        i  give us your n::xt on  OUR   l-OU JOH   1'RINTIXG.  'J>'A F  -**���������*���������������������--*������������������������������**.������������������������*-:������������������������- V*-���������  .  !THE NEWS. "CUMBERLAND. B. C  ��������� inrw'<i^x*H1  TheWretchedness  of Constipation  Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  , LIVER PILLS  Purely vejtlabl  ���������act surely and ���������  S'-nlly on the  liver. Cure  lliliouvirjs,  Head-  aclie, '*  Dizzi.  "i ss, and Indigestion.    They  do  their duly.  Small Pill, Small Doso. Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  /������*  ���������y^  &&Z*c^&Z&Z,  witiitdH*"  ���������^rSSs'-1  The maximum  of imirislimcnt'  aud palatabilily.  Just licit ��������� then sin-e  mini mum trouble  tinC cost. it  &EEB������LmWL\  U-ESlf AHD 'HBi.iiH f 15 W10VHEK ftHD 8HIW.  MllS. WlIfSLOW'S SOOTHINC*.  SYKUl- llilS  JjCCR  is the best remedy ���������,;oi..OIAHKi'!.U*:A. it is al>  solutelv hnrnik-ss. He sure and ask toe "Mrs.  \Vinslows Soothing Syrup,'.' aui ialje.uo oll"tl  Jtiiid.*  'i'ifeuty-live cents a bottlo.  W5. COPYRIGHTS &  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT'SoUlClTOR-ANO-ATTORNgY  LUMSDEN   BLDG,(CCI*  r*r*mmcoj(jtjJvamz  ���������S-WMQE1) PRONTO.    M.37I3:  ^*lI**iEi������l!L8l)LeH nEMROV. No1.Ho2.WJl  THERAPIONii^!^  fpeat success, cukks chronic wkakness, lost vigo������  tt- VIM, KIDNEY, BLADDER, DISiiASBSi, BLOOD P0IS0H.  "���������ILKS. CITHER NO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL SI. POST 4 CITS  JOLT. ERA CO, 90. DKKKMAN ST. NKW YOKKor LVIIAN BROB  TORONTO, WRICK FOR FREE BOOK TO DR. LK CLEM  Ven.CO, HAVRRSTOCKllD. llAMPSTEAD, LONDON, KNQ.  VRVliSWDKAOCItCrASTKLKSiDFOKMOP   RASV TO Till  THERAPION vsteS!  RU THAT TItADtt MARKED WORD 'TIIERAPIOM ' IS OK  CUT. OOVT.3TAUP AffUKD TO ALL QEMUlKlL fACKST*.  Good Wages  nnd. healthful  outdoor work,  opriiig, summer nnd fall. Top-  1 notch men cam $20 a day-  good men $5 and $10���������  Running Gas-Tractors  You enn lenrn nl home hy mail nnrl  ������Rl practical experience ������! our nil-  llie-ycnrrcuiclrncc ochool lit LuPorte,  nlso ul one. of our trnvnliiiR pmclice  school*) in your vicinity, writn for  information.  Indiana School of Traclionccring  .415 Pine Lake Ave.      La Porte, Indiana  A Sure '*|gn  Mr. Siilihuljs���������-I nm- a .'11111 our gar  tlon H Koinff to lio .   fnilin'o.  Mrs.  Sul-bulm���������-Why  do  ymi   thlnl  SO) *"'1  Mr. SiilJl)ii!.'H--Kvf i the; iinl-jlil-ori-i'  chlf'hcn.s don't Hc'-m la tain nny Inter  oat In It.  Minard's Llnli.'.cnt Cures Colds, Etc.  Mr. l:)vaiiH onl.ni'nl n No York vch-  fanritnt nntl kiiiv n yrleiiil ppiiIimI nt  one of Ilio itihloH.  ....  Uollo, Lot'i'iill, lm Hiild, lion* arc  you?  Oil, iifotly woll, riiplloil I.nvonll,  What tiro you tlolUft nuwV Jni'iilrud  Kvniiti.  Well, ./lirn I .'(uun in iK't'o, mild  I.ovoll, nbout two Iioiii'h iib������ I wint not  In htti'lncHH, hut. l'vo I'linrigi'il hIwo  thon,    I nm a waller now.  If white iinintOPH tii'ij Incllnoil io turn  hlnok villi ooolitiiK try ".1*.ir n fow  ���������"imp*-; ul' vlniKiu* lu tho wnlor.  It. did .lad' kooiI to .irry hits film*  (Windier, .'nr nho ctmliiiiieH lho hnhlt  of the olllco l.'i their homo.  How ho'.'  Whon ho t-lu.-t*- to (Ih'Jiito.Blirs \;\]<oa  lilm down.  Unconscious V.emory  The memory of sleepwalkers'is oc-  casionully prodigious under tlio r.'Ilu-  encc of the. dominating Impulse that  moves them. Thoiv is nn instance ol  a,, poor and illiterate basket maker,  who was unallo to read or wrlto, yet  in n state of bleep he would preach  fluent sermons, which wore afterward  recognized as liavlnR* formed portions  of discourses ho was accustomed to  hear lit the. parish church as a child  moro than forty years before. Quite  as stranpe a case of 'unconscious memory" s referred to by Dr. Aborcromble.  A Kid. Riven to sleepwalking was In  the habit of Imitating tho violin-with  hor lips. Riving the preliminary tuning and BcrapinR aiidnlloin*inshinK with  the utmjpt lhlelliy. It puzzled the  physician a Rood deal until lui ascertained that when a child s"... lived in  a room adjoining a llddler who often  performed on his violin in' hor, hearing.  COs. n hex o." si* boxes for 12,50  p. all dcaltt;, or The DcrtcU Medlclno Conipa .y,  Limited     Toronto,  Crvi.vJn,  IHI MiMim IIIH ������������������������������������MIMIilM WHW-f V4     ������������t I  AS A HEALER  OF THE SKIN  Magnet to Find a Lost Needle  'rime and -.tsain ovory woman who  sows at all has dropped her needle,  and only UiroiiRh diligent'search 1ms  she discovered tho shining bit of steel  close at hand. A magnet is vory helpful in finding a lost needle, but few  women provide their'sewing basket  with'ihis useful accessor. Some ono  realizing these two things, Ir.s put a  thimble or. tho market provided with  a liny magnet.;, The*-needlo lost, one  ha.) the magnet at hand. She ��������� has  only fo .'un tho thimble about and  soon will be rewarded by finding tho  truar.1 nm.-dlft clinging to tho tiny  piece of magnetized steel.  h' you could folldv up the cures  made by Dr. Cliaso's" Ointment you  would soon believe that theday of miracles had not gono by. The results  accomplished in a few houra are often  marvellous, aiid it is only necessary  to employ a Utile patience in tho use  of this treatment in order 'to heal up  tho most obstinate sores and ulcers.  The internal, uso of nrdicines for  the treatment of skin diseases is always slow and unsatisfactory, but  when Dr. Chase's Ointment is applied  you can soon seo for yourself the' benefits obtained as lho skin is gradually  healed and restored to its'natural condition.  Put Dr. Chase's Ointment to tho  tost in tho treatment ot eczema, salt  rheum, skin irritation' and the healing  of sores and ulcers. You will bo surprised and f;ratified with the results.  Relief Is almost immediate, and cure  comesnaturally with the continued use  of this great healing ointment. .  The Wor" ���������'Book'  , lt. ih generally believed lha'c we jdwc  to tho ttomar.s the word 'book,'"'but  such is not l'*e case. Wo get the  word from our Saxon or Danish ancestors, Long before" this wonderful day,1  when bundles,of ugly looking rags are'  turned into beautiful white paper, our  wortl' ancestors wrote thoir accounts  and calendars and histories on wood,  bark' and. parchment. - In the north  the hoc, or beech, war, the tree generally employed for this purpose as' it  grew plentifully and had an excellent,  fibre. They called a bit of writing on  thi:;' wooil 'hoc,' and from it came the  word 'book.'  Where are you going, my pretty maid?  I'm going parading, you    mutt,    she  ���������   said.  And .what is  tlio axe for ,my pretty  maid?  Why,  to i. bus'.--thb sho:*  windows, of  -  =  course,, sho sail1. ,   '      -  Then  I won't  delay ycu, my pretty  "maidj "  't-  Yoii'd better not try to, old boy, she  said.  They Were Long Enough  A Yankee, seeing a   Irishman bringing a prize dog to'   the   show   yard  thought ho would -ave' a joke' at the  Irishman's exp ���������ns-o.  I say, Paddy, ho began, "do you expect that dog to win a prize? Look  at his legs, man; thoy are far too short  for the size of his body.  Pat���������Sure, hi-i legs reach ' the  ground and that's ;X ho wants. ,  Mission of the Russian Fleet  A Russian fleet under command of  Admiral Lesoffsky lay in Now York  harbor during tlio winter of '1803-4,  ami annfho wns'in San Vrnncisco harbor* for tho aai'0 period. ' Thurlow  Weed is authority for tho statement  thai, l-'arragut in his presence at dinner asked Lesoffsky why iio was iilli'.'.g  (lio winter away. Tho Russian answered, I am hero under soiled orders,  fo ho broken only ln a contingency  that has not yot occurred. In goneral conversation h'o allowed it to appear that th-i particular contingency  wns lhat a foreign power should attack tho United States. Tho same  authority records -i ' confirmation of  this matter by I'rlnco ClortscluikolT ln  St, Petersburg, whe show d tho Czar  Alexander's own order.  The family, at the supper tablo had  boon illsciiwdijg ii' l.orao frightened hy  an iiutcimobll..' into runnlnrj nwaj. After silently' listening for a while, Utile  Mary (liully looked up from hor plain.  1 don't blame horses, sho snid, for  hr.|ng 'I'akl of nnlonwhlLy,. You would  ton, If yon wort, a horse.  Why, Mary? asked hor fnthor..  Wull, ;-ald Mary, woultn t ynu ho  r.f-ni'-wl If you hii\. a, pair of pants coming along fho road without a iniin.t'i  litem,  Dlt'lcjlblo Balloons  Tho dli'lgihlo balloon Is by no moana  a modorn invention, as mnny pooplo  iini'in io think, As a lnuli'-r of fact,  as long ago aa 17S-1 (ic-.u-riil Mousnlor  proposed tho cotiHtriictlon nt air elong-  alod balloon wliloh might ho propelled  through tho air. Nxpoi'liiionta woro  mado with It h*. two ������������������������������������ollion* liami'il  Hubert, who inadu several iiKcents and  nttni ml a Hpeoil of throo mllos au  hour, J hough ho m-itliod of iiropulHlon  wns only aerial hivh work'd hy hand.  Noihlng further wi*h allemptoil until  isna. whim Henri Glll'ur built dirigibles which, bj rnoiuiH of a light filoam  miglno, ho propelled a', nearly hovoii  1 liloii an non.. mm miico tinii ..i,!*..*!,,  i .s|-i*'*i,'..i*'*'.; h.iV, hi'i-i* m:\Ao whloh  ultimately ended la tho wonderful triumph of Zoppi'lli*.  European Nostalgia for West Africa  Thero is a'wor Vn-tul charm about  West Africa, says Major Trcmarne in  'Some Austral-African Notes and Anecdotes," which.'few Europeans" can  throw off. Then he tells of a man  who, after living ..for ten ��������� consecutive  years in a lonely part of southern'Nigeria, inadc up liis mind to have a  trip* home and .sailed away in splendid  spirits.  Tho Gold Coast'ports were part of  West Africa, and so he managed to  make himself fairly at home whilo  there, though th-* life on board ship  was already beginning to bore him,  tmd lie wished' that he had never left  Nigeria. Sierra Leone he did not  like at all, as it was not the West Africa which appealed to him,.and'he began to long 1'; i1 his home-in the bush.  After leaving that port, with no sight  of land to cheer him he b'.-came desperate, and en arrival at Los Palmas he  declared: "I shall go no fartl-er.l must  return at once. 1 have bad quite enough of Europe.  Fooljshnes. of Betting  Being firmly convinced that a certain contest would, terminate in conformity with his opinions, a farmer in  New York stato wagered his new automobile against a wheelbarrow, on the  result of the contest in question���������and  lost". ��������� Giving-up the property,.'he  grimly trudged seven miles to- his  homo. Probably his .family noticed  that he had a grouch1 too. Considered in tie calm, clear, cold light of  pure reason, the gentleman succeeded  In proving himselPa near relative to'a  California carary���������otherwise known  as a donkey. *I-Iad he won the bet the;  result would have been pretty much-  the same, for'betting is no argument  or evidence or proof ot anything. It  adds no forco, pewer or dignity to any  opinions. It is1 merely *���������.'". outpouring of the gambling spirit, and that Is  a spirit that has led many a man to  utter beggary who might liave.iUlorn-  od a homo .-.nd ornamented a community.  Whenever you feel a headache coming on take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop headaches promptly and surely.   Do not contain ���������������������������i  opium, morphine, phenacetln, acetanilld or other dangerous  drugs.   25*2. a boi at your.Drugglstts. -jj  NATIONAL llRUO AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA,   LIMITCD. *  No-matter how deep-rooted the corn  or wart, may be, il imiE' yield to I-lollo-  way's Corn Cure if used as directed.  No1. Sam's Fault -  Sam Snedeker, the commissary nian11  and held in the community to be a  good churchman, annoyed the minister  extremely by getting up and walking  out of the church while th> sermon  was in progress. The preacher spoke  to Sam about it      '  *  '  It isn't my fan;1;, doc, Sam protested.   It's "a sort of affliction.! got.  The preacher told Sam he'd better  sen tlie camp doctor. A few days .later Hit preacher met the doctor.  ���������Did Sam Snedeker come to you for  advice? asked,the preacher.  Yes, said tho doctor, but I told Sam  1 couldn't do anything fo. him.  "What was Sam's affliction?   ���������  Affliction!     He i'.dn't say anything  about thai.     Sam said he'd been troubling you by walking in his sleep. "  To Repair and Freshen Gloves  A neat and durable method of mend-*  ing gloves is to .buttonhole around the  edges of tlie tear or hole in the glove  before drawing tho/side.^ ;of the worn  place together. The mending .stitches will not then'he so likely to tear  out, says the rhiladelphia'North' American'. ��������� -'*,' ���������   ���������      '   '-      "   '���������'*'  When cleaning w'f.He kid* gloves, put  ���������nneLcf the gloves'upon Jhe hand (the  other hand must boJeflTfree-'tp-do-  the work) and .immerse iu a basin of  gasoline. .Wet* a small .soft .brush  with the-liquid nad rub v.po-- it'a*good  white 'soap. Scrub the glove' gently  ,with the soap and gasoline, rinse In  clean gasoline and ha*)'*; in the shade  t dry. Fix the ether glove in the  samt- manner. Bo sure fo keep away  from fire or light. The rinsing gasoline may bo returned to a separate  bottlo for future us in washing, but  not rinsing, gloves. Thu soapy gaso-  ll1 is. of course, thrown away. Gently pull and stretch the glDves, after  thoy aro dry, before attempting to put  thom on the' hands.  Militant "irgaret  .Militant mk'dctl women were known  in England before tho suffragettes, one  of whom lies.in Iloivry VII.'s chapel-  Margaret, countess of Richmond, Us  builder's mothor, with her brass  eillgy by Torrlglanc. She hated ��������� the  Turk, and sho mado, as Camden *���������*>  ports, a sporting offer to the chivalrous  o������ .her J ty. On the condition that  princes **>f Christendom woul: oomblno  themselves and march agalns'; tho common enemy, tho Tut'!', Rho would most  willingly r.ttoud thom und bo their  laundress ,1ho camp. That, position of laundress, to" the cniSMlors  would have boon im easy one, for It  was the fashion to mako vows to  change no underclothing until tho holy  sepulchre was regained.  An Irish Bull  An Irls'.ima'n was trying to load a  bull, lie tied lho ropo to his wrist,  and the bull took the load. Ho took  It with a vongoance. As lho Irishman was 11} ing around the corner a  friend shoute.l: Wh-r aro you going  Pal? I don'l know, ho replied, Ask  Ui  Spoiling good  Paper  Poetry should be written on one side  of the paper, shouldn't, it? askod the  budding hard. -������������������'���������'  That depends on the poetry, replied  the editor wearily,1 Lois of .it-should  uot be written on either 'side?--   -  ,"  Never Suspected it Until Then  When did you find that you caved  for him? , '.*.:,   .  AVout a quarter of, a' minute after  T discovered that he no longer felt that  life would not be worth living if lie  couldn't hava me.  .  Minard's Liniment Cures.Distemper.  ��������� A lady writes to the Montreal Telegraph to say, she "wants to marry a  perfect ���������h round man. ' For the benefit of intending compotitois for iho  heart'and hand of the lady we'.may  relate a t;.le. ' Mary and George resolved, they would not,, marry unCil  Ceorgo'had saved'510,000. After threo  months Mary asked Goorgi* how much  he* had accumulated, and he said $2,!J0.  And'Mary said: I guess, George, that  is near, enough, . Perhaps the Montreal lass" might not be more earnest*  than M.-.ry.  h  79  "2 in 1" and "3 in. i"  Washboards  Just  ac goo'l ai  Eddy's  Matchei  Mo otlior Wanhbcai'd's hcvt, ifis  zinc crimped by 'no method peculiar to EDDY'S Washboards.  This patented precass eliminates  the danoer of torn llneii9-the  abuse of hands���������the unpleasantness  of wnslwlfiy.  It assures lomfort -ind economy to  tlio   greatest    deoreo."   Insist    on  EDDY'S.     _  FARMERS  ������ll1,?1.w.*)ys T-Jh*' iyre cf Betting the highest prices for WHEAT, OAT8,  5������������.t'lX,������,L(,.������LAX* by sh|PI3l������0 their car lots to FORT WILLIAM, AND  ���������"���������OFIT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b" ',-������������������    *  THOMPSON,  SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS' AGENTS       -      ,  ..  ADD;*.ESS 700-703 Y., GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG1  ���������VF-  :^  ���������-���������--Whether  For Yourself  or as a *  Gift fo your Friend"' 0  The well.known Perrin trademark as  ., shown in cuts should -be on every glove  . you get, a^lhis assures you perfection bf  $������yle, Fit airia Finish.  Best  dealers the world over sell  tho  genuine PERRIM'S GLOVES.   .   -        hr    ' 6-n^ia  il1  ' \ ���������     A Good Gues- - * ���������  --���������'���������T-he-elass--Avas-disc,ussing_animJala=;  how'they walhcd; got up,'etc. ,After  she explained the cow's method oC rising to her feet.the teacher asked.  I)o you-know any other animal that  gets up t'iko a cow? Silence reigned  for a moment. tl|.en one little girl timidly raised her hand.  What is if? asked ..the teacher.  A calt, was the reply.  Always careless in his attire, Lahby,  or- Mr. Labouchere, at Cambridge used  to go about .11 . very ragged gown. One  day tho. master of Trinity, Whowcll,  camo.across him and said: Is that a  proper academic eostuniu, Mr. Labouchere? Really, sir, I must refer you  to my 'tailor, was tho reply,  Highbrow Doctors  Then -vou wero disappointed in Boston?'     .'  Yc-s:"'tho harbors tahto; nothing but  T.rizo lights and tho world's series.  What did you expect?  I always had nn idea Poston harbors discussed ethical questions.  Good'lrcrm ..     ���������   "\ ^. ,'. .  I   What is tho finest form ,of.'living?  asked the "eugenics professor.    ������TX  *   Heing in tho  -jdel. business, gushed the giggly girl.  ���������'.'   ��������� ���������  Cauib and Effect  It must be groat '-o be a man! Ono  dredfi suit lasts you for years and  years, and a woman must hnvo a now  gown for ovory party.  That's *.vhy one dross suit lasts n  man for y.v.n and years.  . .  -,  Do you think your wife will bo hap-\  pyv/hen sho gets the vote1.' .        *   *  I am afraid she won't, replied Mr.  Mcokton. , Merely going to the polls  and casting a ballot will seem pretty  tamo compared to' organizing those  great suffrage demonstrations.   ,  A Texas conductor -has*' .biillt a  knock-down concrete* bungalow, each  ploco of which is tongnod and Rroov-  od so that, they uny easily bo put together.  Cinching His Position ,  Then I'm to' tell \ho' firm, tho big  collector., said, making a memorandum  in his noto book, thut'yoa'i  probably  sotllo this nccount noxt week?  Woll, I'd hardly put it Uiat way, boa-  Uatlngly, nnaworod'the other.'  'Probably' Is a pretty strong word,  Bet ter make lt 'possllJl*. ."'-*-������������������' ���������  "Iii a'l infantile compla'tnU lhat'-are-  the result of the depredations of worms  in the stomach and intestines Miller's  Worm Powders will, bo fouiu an effective remedy. They attack the cause  of these troubles, -nil by expelling,  tho worms from tlie organs insuro an  orderly working oi tlio system, without  which the child cannot .maintain its  strength or thrive, idlest powders  mean health and improvement,  Sure Thing  What are ualc-'.i rates, pa?  Wedding fees, my sou.  Broorn���������Hooky'', ���������'  If n common bras-t hook Is screwed  Into tho ond of tlio handle of tho broom  by which to hang it up when not In  use, tho usefulness, of tho broom will  ho prolonged,  " Have you over .loticod that the men  whe aro afraid they mn; earn moro  than .thoy got goner-'",' have uniiu-  port-.nt littlo jolM? .  Tree All Right;  Baron Sans Dough���������What   do   you J  think of my family tree?  Mr. Mnchgold���������The troo may be a  good ono, all right, but looks to me  as it the Ci'op was a failure.  Kiliial rights moans that father as  woll iir mother shall help trair. lho  children, and do it viglil.  In order that pollcon'ion may lake-  nil ol tor from rain and snow, Brussels  municipality are eroding largo zlno  umbrellas nround street Jnmp-posts.  Wli.\t towels I'l'Oiur' illngy looking,  cover with cold wator   li   wliloh aro  (DHri'.llV'Ml   HllilVIIlgn     I   Jiiiii:   -i. itiLv.   i..j-\.  uni jnlci' tit r lonton, Plneo tho kettle on thr* hut-It of tho fitovo and allow  to como nlowly to a bull. Hlnso '������������������  loplil wi.tor '���������on In bliiowa'.or. Tluy  dry In Ilio opon :.'.."'.  W. N- U  99 i  Th.. wot or llu. c-g may bo iKvii.-at**"  ly derided by mi.!* lug a Holnllon nf milt  lamliiliilug aboot c'l'hr outi**<������. tn tho  plill. When tho 1.11 1.* dlKHolvrc.l.  drop'tii.'- eg!-' gni-tly Inlo thr vchkoI. If  tho im'U on' day 'iir. it wil. Kink lm-  m'-clkiielyr'lf It. !u throo days old it  Hliil't ." at lirThtt. lh������ mirfiifi!'. If live  diiyn old or ohlor.^t .'iriati;.  Uncoclablo'****  Ct'ih'*���������Stiilth in ar iitiHool!ihl'< cunn,  isn't ho'.' Hlr*'���������������Kiumld sa> bo. Why  Hint ������ny  wouldn'l uvt-n  talk  In 1:1s  fclO'-'tl  Vho  Inmity  runicilv  lor  CoukIiii  twl  Cnldr-  ".ninll  iloee.    Kmiill bottle.   Jlebt iilnce IB70.  The Greeting of Democracy  Tho atory ihat tho kalsor lovo������ mosr.  to toll his ItitiinatoH, ih'oliiro,-* Mr. William Arinidrong In tho Wmimn'H Maga-  '/lito, coueorini tho vltdt of IiIh brothor,  Princo Ilonry of PriiBsIn, to Mnorlca.  Tho iiicidont happonod ,|nsl iv. lho  irlimo was landlag tit Now York, Ho-  Hldo lilm on dock >tooa Admiral von  Tlrpltx, On tho dock vim *a donso  crowd, l^roin its midst a sli'iitorhni  volon callod, 'Henry, Ilonry!'  Tlio prince ilk' md iiin'ovuliind that  lho r was mount for him until tho  admiral, snuliti', InoaUiy, haui. Vum  in)a! IiIkIiim1.'.-, I -'.I*-'* ;ii>mi* ono want?  lo api'ak to you.  Thn Princo Ilonry lnolcot* ovor toward lho li'in.P'i iiiogaiihono, who still  continued to 1 iwl out. his mime. Hoe-  In-' that ho had ciiiiiihl tho myal gaze,  tlio owner ol the vuifo biinuU'ir. mm ������  Hill?'  Out I1 ("tiltl'iirnln, whoro thoy havo  ostrich fariuti, lt |h na:'. lhat lho ostrich In ti lil rd with (lolleato nml non-  sill vitiligos! Ivti orgatis and prone to  tiuicli ironbli- frnm any but tit"1 mo*-'t  careful I'm ding.  l'Vwcr Oi'rmniiH (iiilgrat.'d tr* olhor  IhiiiIh limt year, than in any yonr iilnce  tin.- Iiiniiatlnii of tho ompiro In 1ST1,  I In- nninhi'f leaving tho fatherland icing .18.51G.  I enn't pot fli!ii |-iin)n:ni riff' wnHfl  iho young wottia,.  It'n hard luck, ropllo'il l:or lionrtlof-3  broil*ov. You'i! br* muhlug all kinds  of n hi*, if ion wort- ;t mc-(.'r:/.!,.1utn  pip-1.  The only building material that has not increased  in price is  CANADAP^^ Cement  It rnak-M concrete llwJ you mi* depend upon for utufactory ������esulu, -whether you we it for ��������� uU  rx tt ttvlen wails.  Hidh quality antl lot; price ire made poiribl������ by ������fficlent or-jt-nttawon and  mmu'iclsrmi  fconomiei due (o a large and srown'nfi dtoand.  See that cv^ry bag of cement you buy bean lhe "Canada" label���������k w yew |utraat������f  of Mtitfacuoo,  ConaeL Cemcjt Company Limited, Montreal  H'ritt/tr */,4* ������// if Ik M " Wk*t tht fntrmn Ctm Oi IfuJ, Ct*mtt."  i  ���������������     ii  S-  ���������"���������A*"**"'    ST  I'i-   r^%lm������i&#Mffl$^Wkt*l*'V*W'''  .iy-'4 ���������nSfJiW,."? ** -"-''-:���������:"���������-. "���������-.-.^>.1^.^  /:.  tfHE 1STEWS-. 'CTOrBERL'AOT, tt C,  Most people would be  benefited by the occasional use of        .  ���������  'Na-Dru-Co laxatives  Gently, thoroughly, and  without discomfort, they free  the system of the waste  which poisons the blood aud  lowers the vitality, ,25c. a  box, at your Druggist's.  National Drug und Chemical Co,  of Canada, Limited.     176  A Typhoon-In Japan  My room on tho second tloov ro'jk-  ���������ed*and swayed, and it "seemed as  though the buliding could not hold together. After awhile I grew nccis-i-  tomed to lhe motion and the noise of  'freaking glass anil- dropped off to  sleep, hut .-.'tertiile crash right ty my  oar brought mo up with a start, The  sheet iron shutters of my,windows  had finally succumbed "to the. fury ot  the gale and although fully eight: inches outside of the ',lnss, had bent in  until tho windows', sash ancl all, lay  shattered on the iloor.. A drencjiing  torrent ^whirled in through the crack  between lho1 resisting shutters, seized  a screen and hurled it clear across  the room on to my bed and then seized the bed and bouncer, it savagely  up and down. Then part, of'the roof  took leave and slid -past my .window  ������������������with the,nerve racking clatter of coal  pouring imo an empty steel bin.  ��������� By dawn.the typhoon was satisfied  with what it had ,dono and moved on  out to sea. I retrieved, my -saturated clolhes and went downstairs,  The Word Improve "  Improve al first meant to rebuke, '0  condemn t or disapprove. ������In the  French it' means' precisely the opposite, of'the English word. Milton  uses it ,in the sense of increase. .Only  in the course or'age did it..take'on the  present signification of bettering.  Dread of Aschma makes countless  thousands miserable. Night after  night the attacks ��������� roturn ��������� and even  when brief ;espilo is given the mind  is still in torj'aiit from continual anticipation. Dr. ,T. D. Kellogg*'.. Asthma*  Remedy changes , all this. Relief  comes and at once, while fiiture���������*at-  .-tacks arc warded off, leaving the afflicted one in a state of peacj and happiness lie once believed h? could never  enjoy. Inexpensive and sold almoit  everywhere. *  .= V  Op������ti Windows all nicht  _--lLis_di.fli.c.iii;^.tQ_gciLdO-C.to.r'ytQ-aAi-e.o.  ���������and.to agree with the, patient listener  For years I hnd been* a slave to the,  open .window, the fresh air at'night.  That doctrine of the open bedroom  windowi,w'r.s my'obsession, but recently doult *ciept in. By accident tho  bedrooin window had 'ver. closed, and  I slept'peacefully and A'ckej'efroshcd  in a. closed rem. here, was'no ventilation of the* official medical variety.  To, a medical journalist I put the problem of llu** window at night,, and to  my astonishment, 'he told; mc that I  am an animai when I sleep and do not  .want frosh air ut all.   .  Look at vhe animals. -When they  sleep they, choose ".lio stuffiest nooks  they can Iind. aud they* know what Is  best for.them. Shut your bedroom  windo.ws at nigh J and opon thom in tho  morning. And wlien :*cflee led on tho  doorhiouso and the dog I ; -1 encouraged to tuck-my nose with the' other anl  mate. ���������  , That Explains It  Or, Lyman Abbott, af a luncheon at  the Colony Clu'i in Now York, was  "good-humorcdly arguing tho suffrage  question with a prominent suffragette.  Now, doctor, said the suffragette,  tlierij'fl one thing you* must admit. A  woman doesn't grow warped and hide-  hound so ntil'.'kly as a man. Her mind  keeps younger freshq:,  Woll, no wo der, Dr. Abbott retort-  Mi,    Look how often sho chnngoH lt!  Mlncii'd's   Liniment   Cures   Garget  r   it  Tho niluistor'ti wife was busily on  gaged ono afternoon on mending the  family u'oMipb whci a neighbor called  for 11. friendly chat. Afte, a few mo*  inoiils of nowu ami gonstip tho caller  remarked ���������.������ sho began to Inspect a  bitHket of niteccllur.ooiiy luf'tons: You  seem to bo itntifiially woll supplied  with butt out of all klnn". Why, thoro  is 0110 like my liuKbniul had on his hint  wltitor'n milt, Indeed, said tho mln  Inter's wlfo with a slight mnllo, Woll,  all fioHO buttons wero found in tho  contribution box, and I -bought I might  nn well mnko some use of them. Whal  ���������mtiHt you go*.' -.Veil, goodbye. Como  again soon.  Mli'9 Klip���������1 ' Itsh somo ono would  give me an Idea i.w to put on an hair  not.  Father���������I wish some one would give  you an idea tu ptn under your hair  ret.  The bent genuine untlriiicH are mado  lu Ihln country. Those who buy thnni  abroad nro at the mercy of tho uiit-crti  .,.*', ....   ; .].*    ;,������������������;_     V.   ������������������J-.-,   ���������.'���������veil   !���������-.������������������!���������.,  their own' -vim**".  Beneficial  Exercise \     , **.  Exorcise to Be J beneficial -must do  threo things..'     , -   ,    '.,.'���������  First���������It-must.ilightiy increase tho  ftrength and :orco*of tho 1 -art beat,"  so as to improve tho circulation and  do'away with any tendency to sluggishness. , ''��������� . ��������� .  ��������� Second���������It must '-, slightly, - quicken  and .deopen the b-.-qat.hing rate so that  more "pure air is'tirawn into the lungs  and less iinpuro air is left' behind.  Third���������It must stlmulate^into normal activity the myrihds oil'fglantls in  the skin whose duty It is to rid the  body of a .part of tho poisonous substances constantly being formed'.wltlv-  In us,  Practically any t-xorclse,-If. carried  cut with tho correct degree of moderation, will accomplish these results  and so deserve the term beneficial ex-,  crciso. Tho'trouble is that Judulged  in past moderation'almost every form*  of exercise can do moro harm .than  good.  The young girl sat hi her bedroom  reading and waitin**, impatiently. Her  older.sister was entertain!*. . a young  man in tlie parlor and sho wanted lo  know how it would terminate. At'last  there was a sound in tlio'hall and a  crash as of a closing door made it  plain to lho girl that the., young man  had gone. Throwing down hor book  she ran to the head of the stairs and  peered eagerly and intently into the  blackness of the hall beneath.   '  Well, Maude;' she callod,. did you  land him?  'Tliero was a peculiar silence and  then a masculiiio voice responded:  Sho did.  Three-year-old ���������Loiiiu .w.as pk.ying  with his blocks one day, and noticed  the picturo of rhinoceros. Oh, mother  what'is this.'  That' is ;, rhinoceros.  What is that thiiig on his nose?    ���������  A horn. . , . ���������  1   Alor a  silence,   Mother,  how  does  ho- blow it? '     -���������  A Merciful Farmer-  A young lady from lho city was going ouo summer to mako her lirst visit  ton cousin in,tlio country. At the  station sho was met by the cpusin, and  af'.er a half hour's 'drive ho told her  thoy were approaching his farm!  In one of the, broad 'field:, that met  tho young lady's attentive oye stood a  windmiH, and ' gathered around it,  somo standing anil somo reclining,  .vero1 several hogo.  ' Well, that beat, ' anything   I    ever  hoard 'of! exclaimed the fair one.     I  didn't know that you farmers were so  .1 considerate.  What does? queried tho farmer.  ���������-.That over.,yonder, replied the city  girl, pointing a pretty finger. Just  think of having a ian out in the field  to keep thoso hogs ccol.  Little Ross, aged seven .had been  around lho corner inspecting the fire  station.* 'Ho came home tu tell his  mother of. what1'-.-had seen-there. He  said:. And mamma, oven* if they.are  just in llie middle of sweeping * the  floor, they drop the brooM and rush  off 'to llie fire, and "even, i-i the. night  time when they are in.bed, ir the. bell  rings" Ihey jump up 'and -dress and go  to the lire���������causo if they didn't do  that' when they got there* the'.fire  would bo all outj;  "       ������������������*.������������������-  Lady (meeting.her former servant)  ���������Oh,'Mary,'I suppose you are getting  belter wages at your new place?  ���������  Mnry���������No, ;mJam"; .I'm wqrkin' for  1nothing*"no"w'i^I"Mn~mTi"rrieu. -���������' *   ' ~���������  First College Graduate���������So you r.rt-  vertised for a job as cashier in a  bank���������got an; ��������� replies?, ���������  Second College Graduate���������Not one  ���������and! put in 'Salr.ry no object,' too.  . An open air1 orator once received  this poser: I tell jou,. gentlemen, ho  exclaimed, and th j -experience of a  lifetime-confirms my statement���������that  if you ,want a thing '-one yo;i must do  it yciirsoli.' '  '  How about getting your   hair   cut,  said a mau in Ji-0 crowd,  Thnt" thero arealrquakes, caused by  the explosion of meteors in the artnos  phero and entirely independent .of  earthquakes, is a theory advanced by  an eminent .English astronomer.   '  A Tall Story '  . The long, leggedtst, man wo know  is our. friend,H. Bingha- Pr.lm.er. He  can,take stops abovo five feet long,  in spite of whicli he is devoted to  ho.so back riding,  Recently he camo into tho office 'to  chat awhile,, and wo* noticed that'"ho  limped. ���������      .       -*,    ���������  -. Corn? wr.s asked, sympathetically. c  . Nope���������. accident, lie ailswored, aa  answers one" who doesn't care, to talk  about something. That aroused our  .curiosity. and wo couldn't help showing il, probably, for ho sighed .and confessed:    '-���������������������������'.  I was riding'through the park Monday, and I"1 wps*just ildlng along and  riding along and not thinking of anything in particular,, and my foot slipped out of tho ������������������l.mip.  Well?  Well, tho darn horso stopped on It!  .   Not. Flattering ���������  Whal did-Johnson say about my  play?'  Ilo- said ho cortainly folt that he'd  got his mo:ioj's worth.     ,   .  Huh! I Bent.'.the beggar a complimentary ticket,      '     '  If tho poor puppy that has been tak-  on away from his mother Jo In brought  up hy hand keeps you nwnko by howling'at. night, glvoMilm at, bedtlmo his  fill of warmed milk'and tuck a jug rt  hoi water under lite wrappings,' and  he will snuggle down beside it contentedly and ho quiet, ���������  -'��������� paper published In Montgomery  Alabama, ron arks tha';* In Montgomery tho girla look like thos**- o* tho  covers of liirgnzines, Which leads  11 contemporary In 11 nearby town to  remark: Yea, all p in.led ii tlie lutes  of t.    rainbow.  If you riiiBo a plato with cold water  bofflrn breaking the oggH on It, iidd to  them a pinch of salt, aud thon aland  whero there. Ih ;*. current of air, yoa  will have no dllllcnlly lu healing them  to 11 froth.  Of Course  l'nri-on (lulvlslngly;-- Two right h  never mako ti wrong, I'nt, you must  know.  Farmer (cfir.t.iT.illclorlly)��������� Indeed,  yer reverence, you nro wrong.  I'ni-Hoii���������Now, now, Put, I'm right.  Farmor vperstetontly) ���������Hut I miy  you aro wrong,  Piu'boii���������-An." how, Pal?  Farmer---Yer reverence, two rlgliln  make a ���������vrong when they're bnntt*.  Whnt If John Hull wlmuld got hot  and eon.1, u ton nii'.'iuiiti- oi'or I'or  those Hportlng ttop:les.  Bad' Blood-        *���������*���������������������������-  {*���������. the direct nncl Inevitable! remilt of  JrrfRttlar or conMlpatcd bowels nnd  clo^cd-tip kidney 11 and nkin, Tlm  unijicc-ued fooil anil other waste iri.it.  ter which Is allowed to ncninttilato  poKOiii fl������* I'l-v*'' nm! tlir? wliol-*  (���������yxU-m. Dr. Mon-'*'-* Indian Knot pi||-  ".' net directly on the bowel.*., t ������������������"���������ulntlng  tltPiti���������nn tho kidneys, Riviii-r ihfm  caseniiihtri'OBthtopropcrly filter tlie  tlwxl���������andon the fckiil, opening uj>  the porrr,. I-"or pure blood and cooa  health take  Dr. Morse's   *���������  ���������Jot Worth It  t i i,.    1     ll  !.  ,. I T  l>.*.!ftil. I   I .......       v..*.".. *       *  .i,  llie AwVo inr only llvn million1  Fnthei���������Ilo Is over-cnpitiillzed,  And There is Nothing Better-Than Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Toning up  . ' tlie Blood  It is said that woman's work is. never d'one,���������aud*it is .-> fr.ct that whether  in society or in the .home.dier life is  filled-with mere.cares and*.more, worries than falls, to -th lot ; man. 'For  this .reason, wompn are campelle'd ro:  gretfully to-watch the* growing pallcr-  of their cheeks, tho coming of wrinkles  and'tho thinness that becomes more  distressing every .day.* '"'Every vdma'u  ���������knows*-that .ill'health and worry'is ,.  fatal enemy to beauty, and tliat good  health; gives the plainest face an enduring attractiveness.   ... '* ���������  What women. fai'.. to ..realize" is ��������� the  fact that if the blood1 supply* is kept  *Tlt5lTi*nimln^re7^1nr^Ti7nyrTtlTtr^aTiiIng*  of wrinkles; and-pallor,''dull ���������.eyes and  sharp headaches is immeasurably postponed.- Dr. -.Williams' Pink Pills aro  ���������literally worth their weight in gold Jo  growing girls and women of mature  year's. they fiii the'veins with tlie  rich, red blood that brings brightness  to the eyo, the glow, of .health to sallow cheeks, and charms away* the headaches and backache tlia; render the  Uvea of ���������so many women, constantly  miserable.  Airs. William Jones, Cro ' ^ake,  Ont.. says: "I feel that. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills" saved.my lil'3. I was so  badly run down that I could hardly  drag myself around I was co bloodless 'that I' was as pale as a sheet,  and you could almost seo through my  hands, In fact tho doctor told mo my  blood had all turned to wator. I was  Uking,medicine constantly, but. without benefit. My mother had so much  faith in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that  sho bought .n two boxes and urge'  mo to take them. How thankful I am  that I followed hor ad"lce, Boforo  theso wore gono-I began to feel bettor,  and I continued usin*. iho Pills until I  had taken llvo moio hoxor' when I  was again injoyin;- tho blessing of perfect health, with.a good color in my  fiico, a good appetite, and I fool suro a  new lease of life. I will always, you  may bo sure, be 11 warm friend of Dr,  Williams' Pink Pills,"  Tf you are weak or ailing begin to  cure yourself to-day with the rich rod  blood Dr. Wil'lanm' Pink TMlte actually make. "If you do not find the PIIIh  n't your dealer's senrt na cents for a  box or $2,50 for six boxos to Mio Dr.  WIlllamB'* Medlclno Co,, Ilrockvlllo,  Ont., and t'.'oy wlll bo sent you by mall,  p-Rt paid.  Bell Soda In It '  Whon the Inside if a fitlver teapot  atart.a to larniKh,.lhe follow! :g Idea l������  verv good to make It look lilm new,  aeeordle.g to the Chicago Journal. ��������� Put  a hu go piece of watihlng nortn Into the  teapot and fill with boiling water.  'I hen boll for one hour over n. spirit  hum* and you will Hml it becomo an  bright Inside an out, nnd the nodii wlll  not Injure the allver In any way,  Ouo Jay after rotnli.. out of jail the  pti "it'nlei  11. *. ii  the street.  Well, Pat. said tho fh'if-yman, 1  heard you wer   ih ad,  Oh. sure, I heard It iiiypolf, replied  Put, but I didn't be-lovo it,  Camphor-gum 111 effectually drive  away mice. Healto" It 0.1 Hhnlvos-i nml  In drawer1-], and no ni'ire lrouble will  lio experienced,     It will also provent  lit'i.i.-,   i.   |i.,.u���������    "������'r������    "v-... u  U'Vti.  NO MORE NEURALGIA    J  HEADACHE CURED  A Journalist Tells*cf The   Advantage  . of keepl-g Nervilin*. Handy  on the Chelf '    *>  Fifty years ago Nerviline was used  from coast to coast and, in thousands  of houses this trusty liniment served  the entire family, cured all tholr minor  Ills and kept the doctor'*-, bill small.  To-day Nervilin*, still holds first, rank  In Canada among pain-relieving remedies���������scarcely a home yon can llnd that  doesn't use it.  From Port Hope; Ont., Mr. W. T.  Groenaway, of the Guitb newspaper  staff, writes: "For twenty years we  havo used Nerviline In our home, and  not for the world would we be with-  eit it. Ac a remedy for all pain, earache, toothache, cramps, hoailacho,  and disordered stomach I, know of no  preparation so useful and quick to relievo as Nerviline,"  1 Let every mother give Nerviline a  trial; it's good for children, good for  old folks���������you can rub It on as, a liniment or tako it internally.  Wherever theri is pain, Nerviline  will euro it. llefi-be anything biit  Nerviline. Large family bottles, See;  trial size, 25c, at all dealers, or Tho  Calarrhozono Co.,' Buffalo, N.Y., and  Kingston, Out.  Cabe���������I hear Miss Sweet has joined the groat majority.      .   "  Stove���������Sho isn't dead,- is she?  Cabe���������No; she married a man  named Smith.  An Apt Retort  ��������� Cand-., Hostess (on seeing her nephew's fiance for tho first time)���������I  never should have known you from  your photograph.'* Reggie told me you  were so .-pretty.  Roggi-j's Fiance���������No, I'm not pretty,  so I liavo co try to be nice, and it's  such a.bore.     Ilavt. you ever tried?  That Mrs, Toplofty will carry her  pride to any length.  . I s-li'oult^ pay.s-o. Why, do you  know, she actually paid custom-house  duties oh* her diamonds' rt-.ther' than  admit they were paste.  While travelling through .the rural  districts of Missouri a look salesman  approached a farmer and stood for  several minutes importuning him ��������� to  buy the book he 'was selling. Presently-'the farmer blinked his .eyes and  said: No, i' ain't no use.     I can't read.  Tho salesman paused a moment'and  then said; kBnt you must have some  one in your homo that.cau read. Your  AV.l fr->_v*1l!������r=fi'-|*l/l 1  ^\I?_fJl������i^._M.nlll/l.  he interested.'  Yes,1 my daughter can read, replied  the Missouriun, but she's got a book.  Is anybody wa-Miig on'you, madam?  :' quired jjh'i'shop walker.  Yes. "sir, retorted tho middle-aged  matron, fiercely. I reckon they're  waiting to soo ii '. won't ' go away  without staying for the change that's  ow'iut to me.  Pain Flees Bafe-rre It.���������Thoro h  moro virtue in a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil as ,a subduor of pain  than in gallons of <,ther medicine." Tho  public., knov this and there are few  household;' through-* ut tho country  whore it-ennno'*- be found. Thirty  years of use "nnsTamlllarizetl.tlie people with it. and mado It a household  iiiodie.l.io throughout the wc&Jo'.u  world.   *  If you wish to gain the friendship of  the averago man let lilm'understand  that you suppose it will bo necessary  fc lilm to pay in ���������'.mo tux tm his  salary.  It is announced by a' London physician that on au avora: 0 women aro an  Inch taller than they were fifty years  ago, but pernr.iw that is j.tsi the way  Many' Useless G?rmehts  Fortunately city Hats have not the  storage room wliich old homes were  wont to have And yet Low -many  boxes'and unusjci trunks and upper  shelves there are' ir closet that aro  tilled with useless- -clo'lilng, warn!  coats thai might be kL.3i.ing less fastidious shoiiidari- warm, good, well  made dresses that' would warm the  heart as well as tho body of some  less fortunate 'girl than th* one who  bought thi'in nnd has laid thom aside  for a'possible repairing somo day. How  many garments have you stored away  whk-hh might be used?  , Tlio question of disposing of out of  date garment! isn't so inch whether  or not you ean possibly uso thom sometime as whether you need that particular hit of apparel r.i whether yon can  get." along without it. Haven't you  laid a gown away with the best intention-", of getting it it and remodelling  it and then found1 it cave fully wrapped  up, absolutely useless to you, at your  no,.\t session of house cleaning?  Wouldn't it have been much hotter  to* have decided about the gown im-  medhi'toly, and if its remoilr'lng promised to incur moro time and labor  thnn you folt\ou could glvo It would  not it havo boon far^aoro sensible to  have given it to some one wlio could  use and to whom It would havs  meant sonulhing?  Don't be a dog ,in the -manger about  your possessions.* Slia.e the blessing  tliat you have, even if they are .only  tho blessings of a few shel". os of discarded clothing.  AFTER  SCKNESS  OR  PERAT  A'  ' Answers for -.'.ie Anxious  . It is 'not always justifiable or even  necessary to lie when shown t.your  friend's now br.by. If it is as ugly as  jtfn tell him that it looks'exactly liko  its father.  ,. Young Husband���������Never uso that-old  gag about having a cup'with a sick  friend. Thero isn't even a young  bvidc ti.at will boliovo it since the  vaudeville artists havo used it i so  often.     ���������  Lovelorn���������Try a box of chocolates.  If that won't stop tho grouch there,is  r.o hope.  H is a pathetic mistake  Jo accept drugs or alcoholic mixtures when ncihire  craves'nourishment to repair  the wasted body and restore  ihe vigor of health,  For forty years the best physicians have relied on the wholesome precligestcd nourishment  in Scott's Emulsion which is totally  free from alcohol or opiates.  , Scott's Emulsion sharpens  the appetite~renews blood���������  nourishes nerves���������strengthens  bones and restores the courage  of health lo make life bright.  Scott's Emulsion sets in action  the very forces that promote health;  it is pare, rich strength. ]'      u-so  Minard's  Li.iimer.t  Cures  Diphtheria  Slt;Qt.T,;.������^QW^e...^y9'^K-|0."l>N'J������'Mrdr!?;  A H..!3dless Husoand  They say that marriage* is a community of interests, but my husband  has no consideration for me. Yesterday, lie lugged.a total stranger homo  for dliinov. Not a word of warning.  Is that any way to treat a wife?**  Oh, that., wasn't so. reprehensible.  You could easily rustle up something  for dinner.    .  But there wasn't   a thing   in,   tlie'-  hoiise.   ,1 had lost the market "money  at bridge.  Care of the Sink  Cor the care, of the sink, us soon  uu the .di.sii washing is done 'wash  every part of the sink with hot soapy  water, and scrub if* necessary. Carefully wipe all wooden or. stone work  ..bovc'.and  around  th-*  sink.   Use' a  * "Ion r-.-ewor to clean behind sink  pipes,,, and - do not leave r. scrap of  food waste in or aroint1, the sink.  Leave no wot clothes about. Wash* and  hang them to. dry in a current jf air  if possible.     ' .  ~TKitrsir-imr"sinir-witii���������iTOiimg-watei"  every day and once a week with a  strong solution of washinb soda. When  much grea/y watc. has been poured  down tho sink pipe ;. solution of caustic tocla or lye shorn t he used, as  grease is liable to collect and clog the  pipes and dvain. Iron links should bo  dry'and if rusty should bo rubbed thoroughly witli a paper wet with kerosene and then with' dry paper. Rum  the paper'1 at oucts after using. 'f  the sink is to be left for son. 5 time unused rub with fresh beef or mutton i'at  to keep it from rusting, ������������������   *-  Poor Man "  Mrs, Rxo���������My husband walks in Lis  sleep.  Mrs. Wye���������I wish I could got mine  lo. His daily wark Is so confining  the poor fellow gets* hardly a hit of  exercise..  Brldg* ,  Nick���������Aro you 11 good card1 player?  Dick���������No, At bridge I'm a regular.  Ilorntlus..  Nlck--WliaJ u: you ineaii���������a regular  IIorntliiB.  Dick���������I keep tho otherr from coming across.  ago.  they feel  Cook���������I'll novo- trust 11 man again.  iloro are the love-U.tlet'H (Iuk I wrote  that newspaper man ..(lev the heading, ",'omle 111  Btnrr���������IIo was 70 and she was G8  when thoy married. " What sort, of 11  nuptial km.', did -he par: ���������*   tie?  Marr���������Oh,     granny hitch  Sunn1 men try to con.solft tlicmselves  Willi the thought that they could do  better If they tried.  I It la hen', to glvp HneiiH a long soak-  lug before wiiHltl.ig. If this method '.u  followed r.tiiliiH wlll wash otit.ctmlly.  V/, N. U, 98?  His Fa\ -rites  ���������ch (in. iMhi'i;    ins   gnllery) ���������  Let me hcii.     l'vo .",<it lots of tin old  tniiHtf!ii* ucn'.',. hav'cu't I?  v u In���������'1 in, Kit.  Nuricli���������Now I'll want HomethliiK  for myself. Wlm,- have you In ear-  tooiiB a.id funny plci.*K'*t?  If r.n KngllHh oiiKliuv-r'H plan to*run  nn tlectrle. railroai u|i Iho aide of  a        hl-'li    ir.o.'.vt.ilri    fn    Sp'iln    N  Mlmer, r.ulil thn lndy next door,  voiihl you llko n pi tee of my angel  -������������������il;*'?     Vn, fh'ink ynu, mplleil Rimer,  1 don't wnut to ho nnytldng but a boy. I cnrrled out. pusm'iigerH will jxpi'rli'ii''*'  vet a while. I a fli.-tni,'" In li'mpenitiii-c fimii TU th-  grict. ahovi* zero it- 10 luduw within  two hours.  To rut nn Iced cuke without crumbling It ���������"'���������* the knlii' for a tow veenuAf.  In hot water.  When a tamp  inni;i begin:: fo flicker  ���������iiit it out qulckl)   or there may h������������   It  Mttl** Harold wai*.'Hvc-tl oi h\~ -day-; fxpVwiim.   It   lr?   .-).,*  h*-!r fU.<"l  '������������������>������>!������  thliiK**  and  dhhi't'know  what  to il ��������������� r)int tu nfrrtioi "im -ml i-vr-lode.-.  ncNf.     At Inst he Ffld:  I Jnflt with' ������   ! wan two Utile dogn, to I could playL  A  bninetir  inav  Ix*  lalre;1 Hum a  together. I blond * In bout- W13F.  Happy  New Year!  Aro you  nccjuaintctl with  the sweet, toasty flavor of  Post  Toasties  1  ���������"���������-crisp   krinldes   of   clioice  Indian  Corn---toasted  lo n  1 .T' . .i .        U   .. 1,.    .     .    .       1,  V^V_n*w<**.V-*-   ^VJkV.Vik Wk*Uit ������������-   U.tiVAl|  to eat direct from  package?  Wholesome,     convenf.mt  and   immensely appetizing.  Ask   the   groccr-mnn  ���������anywhere  Canad.an Postum Cereal Company,  Ll!., V.'Ui.L-u*.*, Ou'-.  Inevitiibk   . "  Old Sknds lost every cent ho had in  the wo.-ld yoHierday.  (lee! Hln helis will he furlouii, I  Hhould think.  Oh, I don't think so.  How did he .osc itV  IIj died.  quickly stops  couehs,  cures  colds,' and  heals  the throit and lunes. ��������� . :: -    ::  .    25 cc^*-"  Preferred the Short Ones  Iwas spe .k-iiig with your father last  night, sajd the young man. '  Oh, were you, aisv/ored the sweet  young thing, ioweyng.,her eyes. What  were you t.'.Ikin?:'about?  *.  About the 'likelihood of a war with.  Mexico. .    four father  said  if  there  was a^warjiejtoped it-would be short_  T"Qb7^ye~s���������i~aroirn3sp.^rv"ery~niTi5u_  -pposod to long engagementw'.y- -  Perhaps That Helped .     .  Miss Carter had not bb;r successful in bringing 'ytiling Mr. Dodge to  hor feet and in 'consequence'felt 11 little spitotul toward hlni.    '"'  One evening they were bavin;.; quila  a serious talk ln the library.  Do you think, ��������� ,.cc t..^ young man,  that liien.progrofs :.flo:\ death ?  ���������Well, raspouded tha girl, if they do  not It would almost soom useless for  some of them'to die. * ���������  Net Worrying Him '"  Wlfo (studying, vocaliam)-���������I wish,  dear, you'd hav.-> double windows put  o:i. I am afraid my practising will  disturb-iho ne'ghbors.  . Iluli-Well, if it, docs, it's up to  tiioin lo put on dyublc windows.  Labor Sa\inf; Postmen  Ono ot tho Bights' to bo remembered Iir Portugal, said the Rov. H. 0.  Fontoa, lecturing al the Roy til Photographic society, was that ot the postman delivering his letters among tho  congregation  at church on    Suudi.y,,  tlieroby savin,**; himself mnny a' weary.  walk. . . '  Accounted For  ,  First riilltii'lar.���������.lliii told me the  'iiher (hy lhat h- would l'tivo nothing  to do wllh poauut pallllcfl,  Second UUIo���������Aw, he's nully!  Household Hints      ....  This Is a bum leclpe book, declurpd.  tho militant iiufffagotto.  Whnf'fl wrong?  Heon all through It and hot 'n r������-  elpc can I Hud for .nuking Lombs.  ,*   '  Slninger���������Wh} do you ::.'. this hotel The La. t lienor'.";  I,iilidlrird-~life: u;'o It't lho l.'ifi't hotel on this road. .  Hadn't A It,red  That young Rnwliiigw i-laya till n  very latn hour, Noru. What does  yonr mother say about It?  ftho says men haven't ������������������Itored n hit,  P'.i. 2   Jliiuiilma hml 'i.ule a lift'' jacket  for foiir-yenr-olil Cla o, Ilelng very  priiud of It. he marched out Into lho  ������������������tri'Ot to snow It oft. Vi'i'y muni '.t:  enui.i running hack, gr-al!/ oxclted,  (ilit grniiil:iiri, ut'iimlnia. he evrluhn-  oft, you have Hindi,' 1111 awful mistake.  You'put one 'jutto*. too many at tho  tup nml 01.0 bu'.tnnl.ole toe many nt  t i- boltco.  A few drops of paraffin added to  f-hno lilael'inj** will .' ,mi*l a good polish to dump shoos and also help prose ve leather,  Tl'.cve';-; a tot of girls thai don't la-  li'ii'il lo i?et, i.iiitiied. ������������������*-  How do you know? .  1 nuked isiMcnil of litem.  ' Apples .ire a better tonic thitn nnj*  1 yon cnu hnv In n bottle.  1 '           I    Miirrlngn Is nuuo olten 11 disappoint*  niont thnn tt failure.  The girl  win  la  lldy,  kliuhhenrled  and energetic will innlc:- a (onifoitable  ','   -.1.        I..    ;.,,..-.    !������������������     'IM.       ",,.1..  "Iri" do not often Ileum In court Mean-  tlalH.  uyNirttitu uutitu  OF DYSPEPSa  1 By.Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  r.rlt.l.'.ey-  I  t.-ll  you  monoy-nmklng  It; au iiti.  I'llnkl.'.v-1, thnt -a ho, then II'h a  True  Ureneh of jiroii.tm.' j-rllt*, hiiIi! I'neli.'  I'.hi 11, In de p-huH of ti Man dat weiiri-i  hiu lii-.ui on liln ah i'  *- iiii't'tln' n f.ul  dat enrrli-H liora .ti her poeliot hook.  * must li" I'tiini*, iiuitii   I'.itiii'i* iiitii t|;(  iollltTB. "  We ������re coutinuallv   hearing   from',  ("rali'i'ul people who have Iind expert*  eiice-i lit-* Unit of Mis* Alice It Coop*r,  of Nlu[;ar;i l'nll'i, Out., who writfi*!  "I wish to express my gmtitudc to  vou for thr IwnHit I rrerivrtl from vomf  'most woiiikilnl Dy.*.*>i'pMn Tul-lrts. .  Ilnvltig lukcii other medicines without  lifivln*- received the fili(;litr;t relief, I  lienid of vour Na-DniCo Uyspfjiala  Ti������l'|pt������ nnd thought I would nit c them  * trlnt. I have been romj-lrtely cure*  of dysiK |)!������i.i. I will be only too plenFfd  .,,,.,,, .,   , toadvr'-aiiy'-iiu-tr^'.'.'d-'.lwitli.ly",''*!*'!*  A I'.lladcit.hhi ii.;w������p:ip,i ^.ys tlu   10 Rlvn thnn a fair trial."  -umbrella  la    viiiiIh tit1.'.'.,        Snin?hndy|     ���������K,1.nf���������.r���������]l>..-,|,(.p.tir.T,-d.Iel������.tt..tontr  p,ive Ibo Itiiii-.edi-il-* nli-.-f frotu lieut*  burn, H.-ittilfiue, nridtty of tin* itcinacli  ���������mllillUiii-nr-iJ.wlii hi-v-nTinaduierdrd,  but If taken teguhirly for .1 few rJnyn or  wefkii they conijileiely rmc* the moit  'fli> liivliiiiloii to a iiu'ilorn fnnh-  iniiiilili- wu'.dlng o gH' t������v rf.nl: Tin-  |-*������nui- nf your pr'jciiI"������ Im veritiiv-loi.  Ji  llfitit.i*���������It p i.ttn   in m.iV.t- iiio'icy.  Dtihlf?���������V-'h,   bul   U'h   a   j.,re;it "di':il  ll.'ll"ll������'l*  til  I."'*1*'   ���������>���������  aprr.o.'A'rti ct'ei of str���������'-.f h trr.'. !!r,  Wlien for .tue. vou esu p.A u lox from  yonr 'liitg^i-t, vthy yn o-a Milif-riiii'f  Kallonal 'hrtii* nntl Chemical Co. of  Caii.'id.t. Limited, Montreal. \*6 ������*-i���������K4>  |ri������^a.V> ���������''" **^_it+������������lIS*J**^J������^iw-iV****.-*���������������������������������������.���������*��������� i- .. .-  '***--'������-������*l\^"*>->-W\.V> -.  . jt-tu** l^M^liHI***-;**  ���������*  It***^^;^^.  ���������*-^*������-&SESS5  t,*������-W-������*;lVtf**.  ������?���������  f  *        ,  --$fimmv*-**f ���������i*r-f--^;-**t'**~~Y'. ^n^^-t-M-iil'* * ���������*������,**-llm*-f*������*'  llL*'**-W'*'i*'.r'''-Jll������''   "Ell"  THE   NEWS,   QUifBE-feLAWb,   &RF������ISH<   COLW&SA;  .,.-.-.���������!., nf-:   ;,.^,.        IN'nUC COUNTY  C OH-lT OF  ... ���������.������������������li-jUl^no-irlu      ,        NANAIMO liOLDli'.N ���������      : ""  ���������:   "Y  ^dnesilaythsi AT CUMBERLAND.  -j':.    Gturibe'i-land  ��������� iir;3   Company.  ...*jf   **vili ;.ot hold'   itni'lt'  '������������������ for '.':\q oy,\mo:i6 oi otl--  :.-; appi'iiy hi it*:* columns  *   *.o time.  ���������YYAY MALL   IJ   iOJ'-i  LN THE MATTER of'Samli EU-  ^ J.  eivor Tj'son deceased, intestate,  AND  IN THE MATTER of tht* "OlU-  uiul Administrators Aot.''  TAKE NOTICE that Uy order  of His ' Honor-Judge Barker,  mado tlie 5th day of November.  1013, 1 was appointed Administrator ol' tbe Estnto oE the abeve-  mentioned dect-ased," and all pur-  ties h'lvii'.t-ekiins ''against tbe  said csliito jx;***- hereby l'oquired to  fivrmdb saim?. proporly verified. :  to me oii or Wl'i-'re tlio lath day  .," i::i:ii:������j-, oi Viptorin, j Dwml-of, ilH3. AND all parities indebted to  snid   eolnte,   are  -vj*'���������?���������*���������*���������    t>j ryv>T r**T>  ���������' C7 iv t.\'::  ���������-'J A \r\ u  -."ND  i.'.f  ���������i'.i-u l'iii  r-.iii  -*."!! i'-s  yc-" 'J I i) .nt*. ,(���������*.' WKti.-i' .  .-, <h.-h:  .-!,���������-h u.i*-i bi  ai������'<juii-ed to   pay    the   amount   of  .-���������c*.i*.i  *.i.:���������..'������������������������������������*.  tsuwi:oMt-1 llioir indebtedness   to   me   fortlt-  , itf.i.) i :��������� iu* I ***'T-*.il*- ot' Ut'n-  .il s v.i*. t h, 'M:\ Qimii-.-iiuft  ,v;i'e-*- '.-'' i ������������������������' .t"iv-rifi] '<.". L'i-C'O"*  -������������������������������������'.'I,   Vti.l AM/   ',!".'! v. .11   ': *c-"ad*, d  .; wuK'.y V'-' *-'��������� ���������**' -! 0''1 *"1-1, -",ru* j  ';;������ lYi.H:-.: tii,;'*.*. ..f \\*\;. TLi-. |  '.-. ::%.���������-:'��������� .V. ���������'...- I'is ;;*'*.* i'-i'.i 'Mi lhe (  I S: ?.*;���������>.!'wU ir. I  Willi.  Dated ihi's* 11 di day of November, lima,  "W, V\'VSI.EY WlI.LAKI),  OSiieial Administrator,  ;.jiM���������LT.v nanaimo ij.aui^my  Applicant  II. B   MAPLB?"  .i^-nt  s*y7  :f'   K  fc-<  NOTICE  ���������. <��������������� ���������'..���������..-���������'!. I!)::)     'I'.-c :.?p!'wU,r. |      ��������� J Ctn:)berl;uid, 1). C,   '  y.-.i iu luc ull:.'.- ( r, IV n,V'*:t(V Hi- I   v. victorii.. B. c.   ohioo-iVa** B������������y j!n   THE   COUNTY   COURT  . : , .-..���������-..tiwsairl Wat.-.-. Rrt������.v.:.-r *r'���������    QF NiVNArMO   HOLDKN  .;.-..,rnJun --'. v,'.;wifcl R. c.     " r '      AT GITMBEULANT), ���������  8IN TIIE MATTER OF Daniel  Mngnii'denosfsed, in't^tatc,' who  ��������� died f������> Cunibevlaud, J>. C on  Jnn*3'25th 1913.  " q' , AMD  IN THE MATTER of tho ,'-Official Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE that by or-  'der of His Honor Judge Bavkev,  mads the 5th day of November,  l91li, I was appointed Administrator oftho Estate of tho _above-  me'itioned deceased, and  all par-  .ffiutiPb h.t.. .D.op K.y, noar tieSl  Iwving^ olniina   against    the  iiti.r will bo diver,   said estate are hereby  re^nijed to  ,-J ���������:��������� -,-T.O" i ii t.^u.-fvuni RsiA-7:��������� y.. m>ci}_f,trn;sit   S!lin0)   properly   verified,  .1,1 i : '...-������������������! !-.ir I'i-or.nvi'.i   'J*...iiv.*'iv pi'.c'xiseti I , ,        ,    r *      ,     -To.-,. ' .. t>  ,    .    . .     .,   ,     o .,   " ������������������ \.   - to me on or before the idtbor De-  -^41*^lH+a-aiailui!lE^alJi������jl5������|^^  . ^^ ^    fT^ _   t)  ia :\n-cM v/;-.*i y.'^'.'d or.   tht*' teinITer. 1������)1"3"    ArN-f)-stllrpsfrrix-s"  itidebtodto said   estate, ��������� ������s*e   re-  ��������� quired to pay the amennt of their  indebtedness to me forthwith.  Datc-d this litis -sky of Novem-  ber,' l(J.lL?.        '     ��������� -      ���������  Ofiicial Ad mi n ist rato r,  Ctiinbcrlan-d, B. C.  j. i.ii'l'JJi'OB y> TAhiJi AKD  ��������� '?������������������'' "\v.*.ri;Eyy  ;t Jt: ���������i-jivi'1,* ^;"oa t*iir. ?"J=*^i;i-  J- i:.:.!t:**.o ''.Mlv.-.y. :.; V'Cuor'tJ,  . v,,l' ; ���������; ;���������-. i'c * -j-.' io i'p.'iso and  '.���������\-������:. ">��������� "V y ? '-'.'. h"urs, ol walci"  ,p.-'J'';���������'!���������!;, ���������'re i ..us- i ii p. nor-  ���������*-.*.U<i \  A;.y.r.<*'���������.'.   !"o������'cohl'.o Dis  *-a  '���������'������������������' 'J'.'  jro-.r.u on  th'* 3"d (iy  i[ April'   19'-5.  "j'l'ri t.j ji! Cnfiiin imII bu'j'.aci ia tho ofSci-  A ihh \V������tar BscoriV r ������i* Victorl'-., B, C*.  0"'jc-i'nr-s va '.r ba iil-.-d v/:th tho biik!  V.'h'-'i J'-iwoniar cr ������irli ibe Coniy'.toliw  ..; '\ft.b.i7 H-iijSits, I'jrliiur.eiit >iM;lfiiriU3,  VUviri-s, B- 0.  ^Q^rMATi-I & NiilSATMO KAHnVA'Y  ,.      Applici.-Mit   i  ...      'il if- ir^AJiLHY    I  JP'16 ' -uiy7 IN TlltiJ  COUNTY   COURT  OF  ^/T^TMr ""^V/a~T        NANAIMO HO' OilN AT '  WAl'liR    NOViCl^i  '��������� CUMBERLAND    ! IN THE MATTEII ul Danit-I 0'-  s  1  If not; yoa  SO  It's both  1-. ~ - - <A  Wholesome & Palatable  0$ DRAUGHT at "Jos Walker's"  ���������Jlesi^iigIand_|lotei, and in hot*-  FOR A' Un-iKUH TO 'I'AKl'. AND    t  U'^F{.WiVi'ii.-lt..  Conn..)l,.nT?o hnov/n   ra   Daniel  John 0"C������.i-ineli, dcce*,i*-"-od,. intos-  iiritxcfi^npa-b-rKiv^ n-.-ii. a*oui-'    ialPrMrhodie*i.tit Cnjio Ccmmer-  ;  ui*',*- (ft Kmivsiuo.' lt(!.ili'.**iy ot Viei-vriii*,  il C.'-vill K[)('ly d:r lilh-fr.lt/; ti> U'Jiu 'And  ii((> I'.'0,000 yiiHoo'j oofV-.-i hor.r-'j.ot v/V*?  ins1, of Hiintoo C*'to!������* which i!:>'/���������: in !i  t cif-r c'rly ilii.uii. ;i il*iri"-'*.f-b.  JLvdjon '.)';���������-]  id\, Un pert District on J'nuuary  ..!^ 10.13,  AND  i-STHE MA.TTEli of 'he "OfficinL  Sru*t n.i.(if<'-|*iV:-.ij i,il.- !'m;m������  L'^iurl :;i a \,    /.dnsiifiWt.-.Mors Ac..w  ���������r.ah'.i. /.-l/.vi-r,   'i'ii- W'������.t v.iii w iruo-ti. |    'i'AKK NOTI'OE liu*. h; order of  jt, UW"i:^"ifi.i-������ffi'Hi Hiiiwuyi.ad ,���������;.)'< !>-���������' _;-.,   f]���������,10r   Judge   jbuki'J,,   tflildt!  nWifW^uUIU;^..yH''l-y  .'���������._ Hi" j , b,3 ,-lh (ky of   IM0Wriv,)ft,.?,   l*H3t I  l.n'l no.'crioc,l ?n i't**l i'**.y j- i ,*��������� !��������� - * >',l wii���������: ���������*.' ,    , . ,  n^o. ��������� Pr>*.i������.i ,.;.*^fiv���������3������o-i  .������.s' "w  ������-J'l'OM:toi>   A^ri'iimtratos  of  "������������������������������������I --J.iy or avi-���������'. )';,-;---   i'ii- ;ii'vit;'sT.ii.a ti;e j-^sta't of liisv ftho-'ivineiitTotied  v'i'l V������c lil.'il   ii)    V.,,i   i .Jd;   ;if   t.-c    V'/.M   "  ' ������l't������'lH *'',. IHUl1   Ilii     J/.'rtilfcS    }lHVill|j;  S-f^fdef,'VJottirut, HAI   O'-i.-nicii'-. ������������������   .    ,yy ,,_, ,^ivi*n-;i tl.d   BR id  efUot-P arc  hflWul v.-tHrh..- ^.'MVUifl-.^si.:  *   I,,...   (y    if?i..r(i.-   ti)  ,rnSjlb    ,,Mmv  ������������������   ���������" vi'i'iliiiii. io me on- ;>r he-y,  ties at all the Hotels  A Most Healthy   Beveridge   and   mada  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  s  J  ^  ,������^?^'ggTFW*ffi^w*l������t^ raj-aa-gg-gsES-^.j-^^  jj-jth tha t./.ti^iroi1'-/ ������( Wi\'*������ i* !V.-  I'.'-r'iii'.f.fttil Tiiiitiiir.'/*!, Viator1.:*., It. i..  W),Wy-*h't ,ri ?:.\fU!iiO MAli.'A  Art.! "���������  t-.V lv.    if.;v;.\...  tfl   TViV)  Cl>Ui>:T\   {.'',)���������: ',';  mau:  A!M'U lK'l-ld.>V,;*'' a.'.'  (J^lV.G'i^ \ '���������'���������'  Vi   TfJK  m ������ t i t,- :.*    ' *��������� '���������'  i/, 11 i .i i''. i    '   .  r.flfiiih ;t  Is?;h*������rtt'.VIi  t;   '��������� "���������������������������.' '.'������  iJDWJtilv,'  i, lirriPln \o.   '.hi   'li  Kii'M .U  ..���������v-iill OH .'������������������.' v    ''-,   >    '.'���������  jK'TliK'  M A'i'i'.* i'i   -I ;r.i "  Admin'  ��������������� ici.t .���������.':.������������������  ���������?,\kp: :������������������:���������  11.   1)      . 1'-  /I''.'������:.   ti."'  i      ���������    .).  .  ciic ������������������'.- ���������������������������''.��������� '������������������      ���������.���������������������������'  . I svfti i'i;nitii..l������!'i    A ...  p{ iftt-j /.'-.-.it''* .������{���������   '.li*;  i.''1     t  tioiW'd d������-ijcir.*ijnl^ r.*^  ;i.I   pu >  hi'.vi������;i. ���������**'���������.'������������������ .*  ������*|-*,u.ikl      It,'' iv*  tHiiili- *r*j howKy ri-wir^diU ff.  rit'.h audio p������ypt*sJy., vooiPc ^  wn! i'ii 0' "n-'furB tNi Wl' d<vv  IDwjflinli'-'.  '.ti-1.7-.    \NB������ At  ticw indi-btf ���������'. '     .' 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Il.������������/>h;r   htvitn   lllht.   |T>���������������"*; 1-1������������������  'i..i"iivi HniUvny,  of Viulrrit,  ���������.   #>jily tor r liur-nci- Ui tnliu tirnl  ii) citl ii'i por '.It hoiui'n.cf witur  ;v Orbnk, v/iiich H'i\v������.iiir.'iiorth-  ���������.���������i-ioHi  U������ou|jh Comix  IMdritit  nit..* nil C.������.-'. i:::l.-v.'r,   n������-���������  -wr.?,   'i!ho \*ii!wr will b(Vilivt9iiul  ��������� i -if^ii-m&itm RhiUvny nnd will  ;...���������**;;,.ir.ul ltailwity iiU'.poti'H on  . a..Uil uh K.iiiw���������**���������>��������� Ri*,M 'if  ii.j W"  pudH'il   ��������� r������   tlm  ���������      "* ������������������ .      '    '       ���������'   i  3 .  f  Anything you want, and whatever  way you want i.t. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  mmmmtm***w*)im*ma%%\MmtMntm*tmmm*^^  LKTTEWIKADS  MM, HEADS  ENVELOPES  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES  MENUS  IILO'ITKIIS  DODGERS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  niJSTNKSS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  HALL PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC.,  ETC.  .!*  ���������Wf-*-M't---*--M*-������iwitw-i*������iwt*w*������^ I *t������~l ���������  [i ���������! l������HI1ill*-*| IM WW  ������������������i-fc���������niuimrgif-iii-ahii  '   -i  >V \ i  *< 'M'-i  ri, K, fiKA-SLKY    [  HIE C C, M.BEBLAHD  NEWS  IHt- ���������^t&tts:iti'*u&**'&^*^*rrfr>\r n^i'.'tft.-***'"**** .u****w*  J^iMi *-yy"-'-���������.i*-*...  ���������'������������������������-,ty-7���������''*���������������������������-���������������?-  ... , ..-..j.--,^.^^^.^^..-*-,..  V  V f  THE NEWS, 'CtBraEKUAiro, B. a  DODGED A LEGACY  Romance of a'.Soldier of the  French Foreign Legion.   .  CAST ASIDE MANY MILLIONS.  CAUSTIC CRITICS.  This Singular Titled1 Austrian Refused  to  Disclose  His   Identity .When   His  Good   Fortune   Became   Known,  and  '     His Fate Is an Unsolved Mystery. '  Tho French Foreign Legion is the  dost picturesque military organization  in tlio world.   It is the refugo'of men  ��������� of all nntlons go.ie wrong through 1m-'  pulse or uiisfortuno who wish to bury  themselves in oblivion while fighting  to regain an honorable placo in the  world of life and activity.  Tho rank and file of Uio corps la  composed of princes/ dukes, marquises,  coin-.is aud viscounts, generals ancl officers ol! all grades, air arms,, of the  ���������irinics of all  countries,  magistrates^  tiiiiiii''ier8,    diplomats,    lawyers1   and  IjriilVssioiial functionaries of all sorts;  honest udventnrors who simply want  to "*-*eo Uio world;" tlie. neurasthenic,  .tlio   disheartened,    tho"  .lineuiploycd;  '.those who, having lost everything but  honor   or   having   lost   honor   itself,  iWould,make n now start.  ,   All this diverse human metal, thrown  Into the melting pot together,' Is even-  Jtuiilly molded into that brave, stoic,  ���������loyal, devoted, patient.and tenacious  prototype  of tho -man - of. arms,  th������ "  Legionary. -  Of/thjj, Foreign Legion      thousand  .fomautle tales are told, of which the  > following true story may' be taken as .1  bu example: !  One day General Rruneau, command- I  er of the legion, received a registered !  letter, postmarked Vienna and signed  1 liy the representative of a well known  (Austrian detective agency, to the following effect:  |   Monsieur lo General--Will you klnaty Inform mo If a youns man"? of Austro-Hun-  cariati nationality, supposed to have en- ,  "Istei.1  In  lho Foreign  Legion' under  the ,  name of Justus Perth, is now at Sadia?  "iiTou will understand tho Interest .we have  ���������In finding liim when I Inform, you con-"  'fidentially that In consequence of unforeseen happenings ho has become, without  liis knowiedgo or expectation, sole heir to'  ������ fortuno of 12,000,000 crowns. Inclosed is  a photograph taken when ..ho was a student at tlio University of Prague.  The. photograph showed a" stocky  :youth of perhaps twenty lo twenty two  ���������years of ago and'- whose"* somewhat  ~fcec-fj'-faco-was-fringed-T;ilh-prc-eocious--  '> whiskers. lie wore eyeglasses, which  'Wade it diflieult to judge of, the form  und shade of his eyes.      .    ,  General Bruncau's tlrst' step was to  liave Ills seoretary-adjtitaut search the  enlistment rolls for the name of Justus Perth. No such nnmo appeared.  Then he had all the Austrians of the'  detachment line up and,scanned their  faces In tho hopo of --identifying tho  original ot the photograph.-1 Only two,  both of whom wore recent arrivals,  rshowed possiblo traits of resemblance,  nnd these In a very Imperfect degree.  ��������� These two Austrian's wero closely*  ���������examined by Dliuerincr, tho secretary,  who spoko lhe Gorman language fliii  fully. Both denied stubbornly that  lliey had over used or hoard1 of tho  name of ���������Justus Pi li.  - "Possibly it, it uy loosen your  tongues," pursned the secretary, "If I  toll you why tho general Is looking for  this Perth;' * 'lio fellow hns Just inherited 12,000,000 crowns. Now, is either  one of you Justus Perth?"  "Xeiti."  "Ncln."  "Send thom back to their companies.  It Is of no use," snid General llnine'ini.  i  Timo passed and tiio Incident "had  loon  forgotten  when  In   11)02  thoro  Jennie lo nrnnonu a formidable looking  'envelope bearing tho goveniniotit seal'  of. fho minister of foreign affairs,   Tt  Inclosed n letter which drew from tlio  .'o'llcoi'n'ir.oxeliimntlon of surprise. .  I  This, lotletv was n dlploniallu para-  jilii'tiHo of tho former Inquiry by tho  ���������Vienna secret service ngeney rcgnriilni*  ���������'.liisttm Perlh,    It IiisIrIpiI upon  fnr-  Uiiir  Investigation,   to  bo conducted  iWllh moro enro nml discretion (linn In  tho previous Instance.    Furthermore,  1 the conininndimtWas coiilltlontlally ud-.  vised that "Justus'Perth" was only ti  ilclltloii.** nnmo and that the real title  of the imrsmi to bo found nt nny prlco  ��������� wns Count Otto von X.  knottier jilinlo-jrnph. nuiro recent  flihu lho nm;'Which hnd iioconipiitiled  tin? flrnt, Inquiry, win* appended.  "No Hiuiner did I set eyes on thin pho-  tognipli," continued���������Mi'imcim, "thnn I  'iiinile tlio astounding discovery Hint  tho ('(unit Olio von X,. lho imoiulo  .luslm-Pc'i'lli, wus iioni? oilier limn tlio  poori'liiry-iidjiiltiiit,: piiucruuT, who  Jinil nu oiiergollonily qiiostlined tlio  tw'n lit'wllili'i'od AtiHliinus I'ltlljil up lie-  fnrii tno on tho former occasion!  "My cou'ri-o wan iiQvv'slniptj enough.  Bhni'ily n'ftet' Unit fli-st InliiTogiilory  our KOi.'retnry'ltilerpii>toi*, Dliuurinor,  luul lu'i'ii (i,ui?*funyil (<��������� Tuiit.ii-, in  rt'gitlnr.t'iiiir.so of. llie nniiiinl relluf of  tiu������ litiitnlloim'poi'vlng there. This In-  ���������furinnllon I wired to heiidqinirlerfl. .  ��������� "Next day tlio responce onino:  '.i/'itioiiai!-' tJliut������i������i������:i .....t i.*-.ui������ Ac-  Count of houttti, civ routo HiiiKopor*. ..  ���������'A nol hot'.-.cipher telcgrnm, to lha  1 D'ciii'li' consul nt Slngtiporo brought  tlio following:'   '  "|.o������lnnnry Dliuormor, nllnri Count Olio  von .V��������� illeappoarod from trnimport nt������nm������  tr, to'.ultilfltKl of Hlncnporq; cannot bn  found.  "And the mystery remains unsolved  to I IiIh dny."  A round tholr cninpflres In tin? flnlwrt*  . Kvlint tnlcn might not ho told If cror  theae silent, jihpiii-.i-.lve Trnpplsta of ������**!-  linn should1 hut t.pe:ik their ���������IoHm!���������  Lot AnitelM Trlluin*.  When Voet Clashes With  Poet ,Tfier*.  Comes a War of Wit.  Tennyson has been severely handled  by.his fellow, writers.'  Bulwer-Lyttou  killed three birds with a stone" when  he spoke of Tennyson's  Jingling medley of purloined conceits,.  Out-babying Wordsworth and out-glittering Keats.  George Meredith said of the "Holy,  ,Grail" that "the lines are satin lengths,  the figures Sevres china; Why, this  .stuff is not the' muse^-it's tnuscryY Tho  man has got hold of the muse's clothesline and bangs it with jewelry.",. The  "Idylls of the King" are "yards of linen  drapery for the delight of ladies."     <   ���������  But, then, Tennyson once said of  Meredith that reading him was-like  wading through glue.- And if Meredith  called Matthew Arnold "a dandy  Isaiah," George Moore has set lt down  that "in George Meredith there is noth-*  ing but crackjaw sentences, empty and  unpleasant in the mouth as sterile  nuts," not a "particularly happy, bit of  style in itself.  Of Carlyle's *' '^'French devolution"  Hallain said,'"The style is so abominable I could'uot get on with it," and  of. Hallam's "European History" Car-  lyle remarked, "Eh! The poor, miserable skeleton of a book."���������New York  Tost. ''���������.-'  SAWDUST HAS MANY USES.  Once Considered Waste, It Is  Now.a  Very Valuable Product.  The sawdust man in' New York is a  .very important business man. The  .wholesale sawdust dealer advertises all  kinds of sawdust a'nd requests that you  ���������will .telephone your needs so that there  may be.an early delivery.        ���������������������������  lt used to bo that any oue who wanted sawdust went to the sawmill and  asked for as much as he wanted, There ���������  was only one kind of sawdust'in tiio  good old days and that was an unimportant product, which anybody could  have for the asking. Now the sawdust wholesaler will tell.you that sawdust" is a; very valuable product and ,  that the-sawdust business is offering  greater opportunities.  There are about sixty kinds'of sawdust on the market, so says the,saw-,  dust expert," and till of them have their  stated uses in the realm of trade.   -  -All the. way from the preparation of  food to the polishing of precious-metal  ranges the usefulness of sawdust5  The  hardwood/dusts are used for polishing-  , Juc some-, jewftlctrs',, shops and - cheaper  sawdusts.are,used for polishing less  valuable'ltfetitl^work.'" In pacblpg'aii'd  making cushions, for'the covering of  "floors and in;tlie fur business, sawdust-  is useful.���������New York* Herald."  UNITED STATES  ENGLISH.  i -i, "-��������� ���������*"*' -"        *  ���������They Think Abroad We Are Forming ������.'  New Language Here.  .Unless, thoy are. fairly conversant  Avith current transatlantic fiction, and,  above "all, with the newspapers of today. Englishmen do not realize that a  new language -seems iri process of formation in the United States. " A Danish savant, tlie professor of languages  at the Copenhagen university, has predicted that in a few centuries' "they  .will be/ speaking American over in  England' instead of English." He1 is  also of the opinion that "tlie so called'  slang of the present American tongue  is far more poetical, picturesque and  serviceable than the English of Shakes-'  Ilea re's time."  Making allowance for.a* certain exaggeration, this expression of opiniou  is notable as showing that an expert  believes a new American "language''  to be in courso of development. American slaug Is certainly more-forceful  and expressive llian the argot of tho  British Isles, and, although much of it  is quite unnecessary, it consists in  largo part of tlio employment of very  up;Jtodate metaphor, rather than the  use "of1, "cant, phrases',"'as they wero  termedpin the eighteenth century.  Iu * fAct, the use'1 of 'filetaphor Is so  pronounced that an Englishman, olh.  erwise.ignoraut of "good United States  linj-o" ..might understand much of it if*  he-were conversant with the technical  terms employed in engineering or rail-,  way operations. . It is creeping into  English rather rapidly, a fact heartily  to be'deplored.���������London Globe.  .1  EATON CUSTOMS.  SWEET POTATOES IN JAPAN.  Legend of Buckingham Palace.  If? William IV. had gained hts way  Ituckingbuin palace would be serving  as parliament house.1' Two*days after  the old houses of * parliament were  burned Lord Brough'ton; who was then  first commissioner of works, records in  his diary: "Went to St. James' and saw  his majesty. 1 cannot sny" he was  much affected.by the calamity, rather  tbo reverse. Ho seemed delighted at  having nn opportunity of getting rid of  Buckingham palace, .said he meant it  as a porinament gift for parliament  and that it would bo the finest thing In  Europe. At 3 o'clock the king nnd  queen went over tho ruins. Tho king  looked gratified as If nt a show. Just  boforo getting liito***lils carrlago ho  called the speaker and nio to lilm and  eaid: 'Mind, f nVcn'n'Buckingham; palace ns a permanent gift. Mind tliut-'���������"  ���������London Chronicle.  One of the.Three Things There Nativa  Women Really Love.  The "sweet potato seems to "lavo"  emigrated from China, vja the Loo"  Cuoo Islands "to ''Japan. Nearly two  centuries ago'Aoki Konyo recommend- '���������  od to the^hogun the cultivation of thoc*.  sweet potato.all over tho empire. In '  grateful memory of the benefactor *  there now. stands over Aoki's grave a'-j  monument with ��������� this unique iiiscrip- i  tion,."The potato professor." '; - , I  Ono^of the distinguishing features j  of .Tokyo is the sweet potato bakeries," j  ���������where, during the colder, months, hot '  potatoes prove if godsend ' to . many.:  Around-.theso potato shops' the poorer j  children crowd with their, coppers, j  anxious * for the ' morsel. which is. to-'  .them' what -milk chocolate1 is to chil-' j  dren of the west. . Rumor has it that ���������  tliero are but three things thovJapa-,|  nese .woman really ' loves���������pumpkin,-^  "th"#ateT'goin^Mrd7^weenwt������to7      "   "!'  uAt present there are more than 1,000 !  potato ovens in Tokyo,'and tlie sale ofi.i  roast potatoes  annually tota's  moro'l  than "i',000,000 yen.'' In no country in ���������  the world can tho poor people get pure,  wholesome food more conveniently nnd  economically than in" Japan.   Whether  onegetsa box of rice with pickles-and  dry tlsh in a station or a pot of tea for  2%' cents on the train, it is always  clean and attractively served,���������Detroit  News Tribune.  u From Bad to .Worse.  Hcnimandlinw'a I'uco woro u worried  look. ���������  ,  ,  "I'm In trouble," ho said. "I don't  seem to bo ablo to get up early in'tlio  morning."  "Why don't you get yourself n nlco  lltdo nlnrtn clockV tlio bend bookkeeper Htiggnstod,  "I did, but I didn't hour tlio thing  when It wont off."  "Then why don't you got n. big one?"  "I did that/too, nud it made mo ioso  (oo much time,"  "Mndo you Ioso lltno?"    '"���������-������������������  "Yes, II rung so loudly tlmt It  nwnkWic'l tlio mnn In lho "noxt room,  nml lio liciit tiio to lho washroom,"-  I'lUBbtirgir Chroniclo-Tclegrnpli. : ���������*"-  Real Founders of Russian Music.  The old saying that a'man must.devote his- whole. lifo to ono thing to-become really groat Undo n curious exception in the. founders of the new litis-  staii music. The'most brilliant men In  this work nil originally followed other  litins. - Tschalkowsicy wns n lawyer;  Caesar Cul as professor, of fai'llllca-*.  tlons In tho Military Academy of St*  Petersburg- ahd is today licutennnt gcnonil of-Russian engineers; Borodino  was n physician; .Itlinsky-Korsiikov,  was nn officer In tlio Russian navy;  Balaleff was n timber merchant; Mous*  eorgsky was a soldier, being nn of-|  fleer In ono of tho most famous rogl-'  nients, nnd Soknlsky was In tho diplomatic service, being stationed for Severn 1 yours In Now York and nftonyard  becoming editor of tho principal newspaper of Odossn.-Lndlcs' Homo Jour-  .nnl, ������������������  Why Do They Do This*'  MIhs Prim .(who Ih forly-ono'-Yos, I  vim Ihlrly only hurt woi-lc. Think of  III Tho caller.(aged tlilr.t'y-sovoti, wl'lli  n cliiiniilng liisliicorltyi-neiir mo! I  couldn't hnvo guoHKod ybii woro, moro  tlutii four ivnrrt my'i-onlor, 1 will, bo  twonly-'llvo noxt month. ��������� Clbrcliinil  Plnln Dealer,  ,   *������������������������������������ ,. .Llfe-i Fitful P������W, "  ���������*'..  i VT'-'ri'lblo lliiioti tli'iaW 'Tllb hooks  nreti't tit lo' rend, unit (lio pltiya aren't  (It to sen." ���������"   ���������''  "T'Uiiili, c-liV''. .. .,  J ������������������ ���������;������������������; '  ��������� il** >    I      .  .     ,*'    .,.. 1      .m ������.    ������.| ���������������,     h \ *.--M-  4 ������. ��������� *    ii tiw,    ���������������>���������    lir.int,    iti,l      it -t l I , t^tloJi-l.-V  nt'ilni* lit tn wi*".ii'."-I,(uiWvill<*' ��������� iVit-i-  rlor-.loifi'fnil. '���������������������������..'���������������������������     .������  '��������� - ' ���������������������������.  ��������� '\  ��������� -,- Appropriate. ������������������"[.  l-'iilr W(ii*Hlil|ii>r-Wliiit'ts l)int ana,  sad nlr ynn'rrt -pluyliur. nrdfnstiiir*? Tho  ProfoKSo'r'-'-p.'if Iss Hectliovcn's "I-'xiro-  wi'-ll lo,l|;o;Pliino."'. I sob doso Instnll-  mont poopliVcouilngrnlt'ilor nin,���������Piiel".  ������     -YL       '    ..;  Frequently the Way,     ' ,  "lt scoiiis to mo thnt lio mndo a vory  Koui'il iirguniciit."  "Yo.1, nnd did you notk-o ho n������nd������  very  lltttu  imUu uboul ll ?"���������Clil'-'.ttfo  llci'flrd-ITcrnM.  If yon wonlil le.irn tlui rnlm* of mon"  ey (io nnd try to borrow roiiip, for lit  (hnt Rfteu n-liomiirliis goei ��������� ������orrow-  Jnc���������nonjnfrifn Tninklla  !       ,-The^Skepticism of Posterity. -       i  ���������   Thoro Is oho vory Inrge. very Rrid  .and very corlnln truth about nil tlio rotations of pnfit nnd future,   That tnitli  :Ih tills���������tiro fukiiro will not boliovo us.  It will not believe our most solemn and  ;profound assertions, Jt,will rntlonnllzo  thoii) or ridicule tlioiii. ' In one wny or  iiuo'thoi'..U|wlll explain them awny, for  tlint'Is tiid'iiiioMt'i'oi'tiilii thing,about tho  iiltl.tfu(lo. of men toward llnilr riuiiolo  linc'esUin*, ,Tlioy \vill boliovo lho lesll-  mnny of inViterhii things iir uf llioir own  t-uiiJoeiiu'OM, but neyor tho Hworn word  61' tliolr fjillii-i'H.   Wore It not bo thoro  would bo no room for historical ci-lli-  clsiii or perliups for history iih ii sel-  onco nt all.-llilliilro Ilclloc lu  Pull  Mall^Miign/liie.  Quaint Traditions of Britain's Great-  .    .       est School For Boys.  ,    It .is frequently'the couplaint of  parents, aud other people  generally,  that the Eton.College boy seems to'b'e  the " slave   of   etiquette.    But   such  things are an" inseparable   part' of  Eton, and a boy likes to be correct;  An Etonian always turns,up the bottom of his trousers, no matter what  dress he may be in.   The bottom button of his waistcoat is always left unbuttoned;  this is an invariable rule  at Eton.1 Then if an Etonian has occasion  to  use an  umbrella, though  Eton boys as a rule are very loth to  carry umbrellas oecause there, is nev- I  er room to pass with,them on the ���������  Eton pavements, he is not allowed to ]  roll it up, unless he is a member of j  ���������Top".(Eton Society).   ' "     |  Boys are'not allowed to link arms *  with one another, this is a special !  .privilege of "Pop," but a member of I  "Pop" may link his arm with a non- j  member. When a boy goes to the*  playing fields to watch games or walk j  about, he wears the coat of an ordin- ���������  'ary lounge suit, instead of -Ms Eton !  jacket, and a cap instead of a top hat; '  But. when there is a change coat (any  coat that is not the regulation Eton  dress) the collar must always be  turned' up. This rule is strictly ad- |  hered to, whether a. boy is going lo I  cricket, football, or rowing,, only '  "Pop" being allowed to wear them '  down.        ' j  Even at games tbe Etonia������*has lo '  study etiquette. For football ho'wears  knickerbockers of (he standard grey  ���������cloth,   buckled   below   the   kntc, a  flannel shirt, a change coat, or sweater   (or  both),   a  scarf,   a  cap,   and  black boots.    Brown boots may only j  be ,* worn   by 'members   of   "Pop,"!  "shorts'"by boys who have played for i  their houses-in house-matches; can-I  vas  shirts   are   worn  only. by. boys '  <iyith their, house-colors'.'��������� For Fives,!  grey flannel trousers and v.;hile shirt ;  and br.own   india-rubber   shoes   are ;  worn,  "shorts" .may  be  worn  with [  liouse-*c'olors;  white shoes by mem- ���������  ,bers of the First and Second Cricket '  Eleven, the Rowing Eight, and' the  .Keepers  (Etonians for Captains)  of'  Racquets  and  Fives.    The  "Eight" *  and "Eleven" alone may wear white '<  flannel   trousers. * For, cricket, 'the !  same clothes as*at Fives for the or- ,  dinary boy, except that brown boots I,  or shoe's with spikes take the place "  of india-rubber shoes.  Members of "Pop" have special j  privileges as regards dress, they '  .may wear a buttonhole, patent leather boots, any form "of waistcoat they ,  like,, a Panama-hat for cricket, none  ,.of;whicli may an ordinary Eton boy.'  don. ..It is also generally recognized"!  that only "Pop" may wear "pumps" '  Jn-the streets. ������������������     ������������������ '- ". --' - -    " I  The new boy has a, great deal too  learn- in the-,way of names;of perf,-'  sons, 'places, ������nd-.thihgsj "'."At Eton *a';  brother Etonian is .always known as a  "Fellow," whereas ajt Winchester he  is called a "mar."  A.swell is always  called a- '.'Blood.".* ..The lamp^post in-  the middle of the college is known by"  ��������� botlijmasters aud boys as "'.'The Burning Bush."- ,A boy' that -goes in for \  boating is  known' as. a /'Wel-bob," ���������  and one'that, takes up,-cricket 'a'^Dry-  bob.1; ��������� j,. ��������� ; ���������' . '*���������" ���������"���������'���������*" " ."*  Pu'pil-roijm, the room'which each  tut6r(1)has for Ms small-pupils, Is commonly' known - as'"puppy-hole" for  obvious reasons.. There. ;are many  other term's peculiar lb Eton, for^instance',* "Sock" is'the terni' for ''luck"  of ������������������all- kinds. \Beoi' Is1 known as  /'Swipes," and ,lt.*'is ,not generally  known that Upper Boys are allowed  ���������1 drink it.  Thon there is tho, very old custom  of Chamber Singing';''it is an annual  function which takes place about tho  third Saturday evening of tho Winter  Half; all the new Collegers of tho  last year have to'sing a song (of their  own choosing, but profcrably with a  chorus) In the middle of Chamber,  standing o:t an old round tabic-  Tipping the Executioner.  Public executioners in England  used to add vory considerably lo their  ollicial salaries by tho extortion of  tips from their victims, nnd a man  of nny rank was expected to hand  his executioner anything from .1 to  fiO Ruinous.  If the tip was liberal enough * it  was possiblo to defeat tho cikIh of  .liiBtico. Tho famous Jack Ketch onco  confessed lo having accepted i!0  guineas from u notorloun criminal,  In cbniild'.'ration of which ho gave him  an opportunity to Hllp off the scaffold  nnd nilnglo with tlm crowd, Whero-'  'upon Ketch mado a feint or pursuit1'  seined a whllo-faced littlo tullor from  nmo*ng tho Hpoelulors und strung him'  up Instead,  To Roast tho Turkey.  - After the turkey has beon carefully  tilled sew it up, draw the thighs close  to the' body and' skewer-or tie with  twine, crossing the drumsticks over  tho tail.. Turn the tips of the wings  back and skewer er tie close to the  body, not over tiie-breast Rub the  turkey all over with soft butter, salt,  pepper aud flour and lay the breast  down on a rack in the baking pan,*  with a few pieces of turkey fat serving as cushions. Put into a ,Uot'oven  live,minutes or.until the flour begins  to color; then reduce the.heat slightly,  "and add a cupfal of the stock from  the cooked feet or simply hot water!  to the pan. If the turkey shows signs  of browning too rapidly cover v.*ith  greased paper (the paraffin paper that  comes as lining for cereal or cracker  boxes is excellent for this, purpose).  As fast as one chars replace with another. Baste frequently, dredging  lightly witli (lour'after each basting.  .An eight pound turkey will require  two or two and a half hours to roast.  To .tell whether it is done test the  thigh with a small foi;k. It should  separate easily from the body. ���������  Remove to a hot platter, and stit  where Mt will keep warm while you  make .the gravy. If there is much-fat  iii tho pun pour oil' nearly sill. ���������Set the  pan on the stove and stir two table-  spobnfuls of Hour into tho fat. Stir  smooth, lot it brown a moment, then  add gradually boiling water to make  the consistency desired. Salt and pepper more highly if necessary, and if  the gravy is not a rich, brown add a  (nblespoonful of culinary bouquet."* ,  AN  EXTREME GOWN.  Rich In Fabric and  Gracefully    Draped.  .jaM^-*-**-*.  Raisins and Hickory Nuts. o  Chopped raisins lend more of tlieir  flavor to a cake than whole ones, and  chopped hickory nuts combine delici-  ously with chopped raisins. Baked ^in  a shallow paii aud spread with while  icing decorated with nuts and raisins,  such a cake'makes an attractive bit of  sweet with a cup of coffee or chocolate. A tested rule calls for half a  cupful of butler aud one cupful of sugar creamed together,'half,, a cupful of  milk, a cupful of chopped raisins, one  of chopped mils, two eggs and two,  cupfuls of pastry flour sifted several  times witli a leaspooiiful of cream of  tartar and half a tcaspoonful of soda.**  Add.the egg yolks and milk .to the  ercarac-d butter and sugar.' Stir the  mixture into the'flour and other dry  ingredients. Then add the nuts' and  raisius\aud 'finally the whites of the  eggs. Bake in a deep,. broad sheet  iron or biscuit liu. Wlien"' cold cut  -the���������cake���������iii���������squares,���������coveiv-with���������a-  frosting and decorate.. If baking"powder is preferred instead of soda and  cream of tartar, use, one ���������ieaspoonful  aiid a half.    ������������������"  OF I1E0WN Vttr.YKX AND SABLE FUR.  Softly draped brown velvet, sabld  fur and a tunic of. gold net make this  gown exceedingly rich in tone and texture. The upward line of drapery and  skirt design is carried out in accordance with the prevailing ^'urkisludeuls,  -which are modish just now.  A Remedy For Roaches.  ".' The old. idea of sprinkling borax  about to kill roaches is often used,  but with meager success, by the house-1  wife whose kitchen is overrun * by,  roaches.      '      . *  The main "point to consider is the rule,  of  absolute  cleanliness.    Au   experi-  Cream of Celery Soup. .       ,  , This can bo made from the outer  tough stalks of the celery" heads that  are not suitable to eat as a relish.  Wash and scrape and when you have  the equivalent of two cupfuls (using  .besides a-few of the bleached leaves)  cook slowly fornn hour or until tender  in a quart of salted water or white  istock. When tender press through, a  puree sieve and a quart of hot milk  aiid,when it comes to the boiling point'  ' thicken with two tablespoonfnls of  flour blended with tho samo amount  of butter and cooked with a l'ttlo of  'the boiling soup. Stir constantly until smooth and thickened, add-a qtiar-.  ter of a cupful of cream (taken from  tlio lop of'the second quart of milk if  you do not cn'ro lo use It for coffoo)  nnd serve with kernels of snowy popcorn floating on tbo surface.  8enseless Question,*. ���������  ��������� nrlggs had hired a liorno (o (nlto ft  littlo o.V'M'clse, He got moro oxori*l3B  (lilm ho wnuli'd, nml at ho limped Id  the Nido of thu mud to rest liIuiAulf u  1:Iik" t't'lcu*" '.\fl"'.(* lilm:  "What did vou entiio down ro quiet:  forV't ,        ���������  . "Wlml /lid l como down so" ("uk-lc  for? I'u ymi seo anything up In (lie nlr  for nio lo hold on tol" ho n'al'iid primly,,  -ChlciiRo News,  Embarratilng.,  . "Do you over seo lho pro.sldnnir n'������V:  <-d Wlillo of his iiiiele, who lived In  Wns hi nut on. *.  "Yes; nonrly er'ory dny," was th*������  reply.  "And docs lio ever kco you?" queried  lho llttlu fcllow.-ciilcniio N'ows.  Milk and Ihe Teeth.  Milk, lioonnso It contains so much  Unit?. Is opo of (do hoxt funds for tho  tf-olti. which often d'efioj for tbo istit  of lltuo.  Taking No (J'liniires.  . .Special pn-eiiutioiiH are being ink*  nn by Sir Thomofi Lipton to guard  tho seerols of the now Shamrock  which ho lu.having built to ratio for  tho America Cup next yonr. A lnrgo  nliert wllh nglniiH roof has h������on,<'roct*-  nil, nnd everything In under look and  key, No workman can enter the nhed  without pasHlng a npeuiul watchman.  Ao lho builder of the yacht remarks,  "A.brldge-pluyor does not hIiow lils  liaild lo a keen opponent,"  .hi.it   Help   tin:   ki.ldio.,  What willioul rtyi'Li te on,- ,A ibo  t'lmni'pst trades In London Is Unit of  nn elderly mnn who Htnndii dully at  li rongostod corner in South Loudon  md ubhIhIh children across llie streot,  At Chrlatriiim ho rec'Mvoii smull nu-aii  M������ ijilih iroiti iiiu ji-jroiiih ni iru'vnn-  tlrcn und ho bun his old ago pcnclon,  but beyond that his work, which was  liudorlakon out of puns benevolence,:  **oen iinroititinorutod.  KimicH CiiMli",  lvatiicH Castle, on lhe Inlo of llute,  ���������aid to bo tho oldest'rasllo In Scot-:  iiiiiil, hiiH bison rcHlored nt u test of;  |.ir>,000 by the Marquis or Utile.   It  ���������iub boon Inhabited for GoO yearn, but'  iho only part of tho original -unictim ���������  Lt tho tall square tower, which Is *'  landmark on tho Island.    Th������* mar-'  -tils haa adhored to tbo Scot*,' baron-  t,l architecture  Pumpkin Pie.  Cut your pumpkin In pieces without  peeling and scrape off tlio Inner shreds .  that hold (ho seeds. Iloll with n pint  of water in a thick porcelain lined kettle for llvo or six hours or until sweet  and tender, with hardly any liquid remaining; strain through a puroo sieve,  saving tho Juice that Ilrst flows lo uso  I'or a rye nnd Indian loaf, then press  lho pulp through.,.To two cupruls of  this strained pumpkin mid two cupfuls  milk, ti tniispoonftil of ginger. r< half  ten .spoonful, of sail,, a tiiiispoonl'iil ench  of mace, 'oliiiinnuin nnd nutmeg, Iwo  eggs well beaten nnd half a cupful of  sugar; bent well und Insln to seo If  'sweet enough; I urn into deep plo plains  lined with rich pastry und liulio lliroo-  quart its of it ti hour until solid mul u  rich golden brown.  ~enced7housekeeper*"is~'quoted-os~ say-*-' :  ing "that only by diligent fighting of'  . the pesky things from one year's end  to the other can they bo eradicated.  No corner or crevice" must bc over-  ��������� looked and, even though the varmints'"  seem   to  have  disappeared,  vigilance  must  not   bo  relaxed. ., Hag  carpets  which become saturated, with greaso  'are vermin breeders and will almost  invariably cause trouble."  A veil known librarian, who found  I that lils books wcro coming apart because of tbo inroads of roaches, which.'  ofed upon the paste or glue, amused a  ��������� company of friends by telling how he  got rid or the Insects, Uo made a pasto  I of flour and plaster of paris, placing it  j In n small bowl In the library, nnd not  I far away he put another bowl full of  water.   The roaches fed upon this delectable dish with avidity, which created, an intense thirst.* Tho water noar  It wns eagerly drunk, and n plaster  cost'formed insidolheli' bodies, which  naturally hnrdencd and caused thom to*  die.       ' "l  "  In this way the bindings of tho bookn  were saved, however strange mny seem  lho moans of their salvation.  Cranberry Saucei'  Select a quurl of the bright roil berries, look over enroftilly and wash  thoroughly. Puf Inlo u grnnlto or  porcelain lined kelllo (nover In lin or,  iron) und spread over tho top of tlio  berries Iwo cupfiilH (-rutinluted sugar,  I'onr (������ver lho Kiignr one cupful water,  cover nnd eooli leu inluiilon from tho  time the wnler begins lo boll, uncover  (for If left covered loo Ion*-: (hoy will  hurst), rook n lltllo longer until tho  berries are tender nud tlio liquid ready  10   Jl.'liy   li   tiU'li   III   il   L'Ulli   t>,(IU(!l,   (iltlU  (���������our .'il "iwc Into u 'Telly dKh    M:i!;e  the day before using.  Kimono Rival.  A rival to tho kimono, which It so  convenient and which has so long held  sway among dressing gowns, has been  found Jn tho sea in loss djlbiih, so well  beloved by women ('rtlsln. Quito ns  artistic as, tho kimono, the now gown,  which Is a kind of-cover-nil, Is perhaps more convenient, and ns a sub-  Sitltute for n morning or bronkfnst  gown it leaves noihlng to bo desired.  A red shade of chocolntn brown Is  chosen In n soft woolen stuff nud Is  ornamented by n printed bold deslgnj  In black nl (lie hem, (tin yoke nnd1  sleeves. Thq gown Is fastened en  prlucesse down the back, nnd llm np-j  per pnrt Is mndo kimono firshlon with1  u half sleeve. Oriental and iTnpnneso'  filylofi are copied In (lie designs Hint  trim the djlbnlis, nnd (ho colors nro  mixed, gray bolng pnllomod Willi  crimson, green Avlth orange, bluo wit-*'  brown, and to on,  Chetce Crl-pt to Cat With the Snlad.  llntler milted wafers over ro lightly,  a  t ,,.tn, ., .,,i,.i.,,., ...������ ,.,.���������(,.���������������  checsf, a speck of uiustnid und u dunh  of inlmseo huuee. Tonst In tlio oven  nnd servo hot.  '���������  r  Two 5tock!nQ*.  Tho mode fnr dooblo Blockings li  lui*. iii*; it Mculy (4iii\\ib. The tipper  -.locking Is of t-ililte, tniuspnrctit, and  Is hicftil wllh a block cord from lhe  Instep to the knee on lho nulsldo of  Mia leg, Under. It Itj worn another  slocking nf ji billUmit lnio 1o malch  tome color in(e In lho t.Alat. ��������� ���������'  A Chri-tmas Hint.  A friend of mine, said n woman recently, -showed nio n handy little nrllclo  Hint she nlwnys ennicd In her hand  liiig which sho ninke.** nnd sella for  ���������JO pentn. It consists of a ploco of  ribbon n qunrfor of n ynrd wldo hemmed nt ench ond nnd llien herring  h'uvA !r. lhe rrv.lcr >������������������:; iv;,c. i.i-.d ;.i������.  two plf-poM of tmrniw ribbon to he  used nn HeslrlngH, Then Iwo lonpi  aro Inittonholcd nnd sowed on tho ribbon, and in one .ire Inserted nbout.four  er llvo hairpins;Mil tho other loop nro  Hint many Invlsll'lo hairpins, then a  needlo threaded wllh whlto Uiread  under tlio other; thon there aro a fow.  lnrgo nnd some umnll unfety pi tm, noma  black headed nnd some white and it.  fow white pins, all pinned through th*  silk. Thin Is nil rolled nnd tied with  lho imrrow ribbon. It tt a bandy 1HH������  nccessory to tho bug and takes up'  HI Da room,  ���������>*-**- in ������      i._  i- i- um i j ii���������  The Feather fer lhe DeaW.  A drawing room desk ot vrtWw t*'  hie wont bars a long feither to b������ I*  th������ mod* quit* aa much u t J������d;f  haf, r#^K&wff  1.  *  i ���������  Special lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain Prices.  New lines of Linoleums; :W.aU.  ���������   Papers and Furniture..-  Just opened out, ..  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves,  ancl Ranges on hand  J.';..   McPhee Mock,  A. Mo  DENMA-v. NOTES  Mr' .Jainus1 Ij-'cImsi'Ii-j's "colt,  ���������\S}ilii Tlm Wind,'" "iim'ivoI . by  :ln* S.S., Glinnii'jr a lew,.diiy-. ago.  ������������������ Slie is at ���������.ivfso.nt iu Uio Ni\on  stiiljU-s "L'tiii'jj; nrooined iij) -a littlo  aj'tut* Ium' lo'ig sea vnyagij; sho  njll l������u "i e<iiii}u-ior i'or tlio Locker  ' lijv, Mc(u'i-* ami iliuwlerson.Cup on  ��������� ]���������> iliotir ,!-):tv.      Butting 7���������2���������-���������  v    .   ���������'.'. ' ���������     H  Mr Li (ley is making a heroic i.f  tyini.it to finish liis now**' bungalow  l^tforc May D.iy.  Tho Donnian Maud Stono, Coin  l^iiiy has begun operations and ex-  jrct-s !n ".'clipsi-' nil records i'n'Oiit-  jfut thin siunin-T. Mr. Stun  ]").i!ii;u'(';*'( is a, bigf'sliiiri'liolilur,  '   nl so eiiiR-rintendt-nt uT.the. work-*,  ; I .in-.'  Viisl |.'i-<'������Tess has lioen made !o.  \V.-il-iJr- tue' coinploting of the  1,'iiurc.li oi England in Uio last  L-.v ('.uv--. ''_���������'.  ���������'.S iiinpyology"-   seems   to, be  * Liu tiii-*s-\vi)id amongst tiio [slniid-  i I _ f> <     -i  ~ot.-, uritri~fi"TTr^P"ip;i"iin3;rrr-tiiidciitbt-  i ��������� 1 v bo   traced    to   tlio   Einei'u'.d  ->���������������*) '. .      "  - (Jar friend Mr. McGco, is busy  ii.' pivsont with a contract for clear  i-if sonic ton or fifieun acres . in  L-lovenlalo V.illt'V.' Wo antici-  pate ii>nk-. very, stariling . results  !..-< foremost, in the .deu^o of fire  cm bo li en ru tho sound of some  l,;nii..iiio voice slioiitiiijr ������������������fii'i".1'  li rhionly. Ihore's a volume of dirt  a.d.l ro'its sliowuring'in   .-ill  diivc-  SO������������������������������������������ 3Q������SS������&*3������������������  FARMSTOCK and IMPLEMENTS ever held in the  Comox Valley  Messrs. .H^rdy &   BNcoe*'have  received    instructions  from-Mr. George JefTerits, who is leaving for  Alberta,  to .sell ,by J-UIUC AUCTION on' his ranch, situated ..be  iween Conic*;-; and Coimcuay, commencing at 11,30  a.  in. pi out pi on -  Tuesday, J&arch 31st, 1914  43 Head of Choice Dairy Co\y������   *  and young Stock:  ���������5 F"irst=class Horses  ���������40 Sheep, including Rams, Ewes  and Lambs *     ,'f  "   30 Piss, including 4 Brood Sows,  Chester White Boar  3 Ge^se  14 Ducks ���������  - 2GO Chickens,:  Also purniture and a Full-Lane of Farm  implenents which are mostly new..,  . ��������� ���������hardt^&T'bisooe.-"-.  G. JEFFRIES' AUCTIONEERS,  ������  '*>  *:; LESLIE J. ASTON.-  Practical Boot and Shoemaker  ' ."Repairs1 Neat asid Prompt ; ..*  .  Miners'. and Loggers' -  Boots to''Measure"  DunsBiuir Ave,,    Cumberland  ������  o  t**  8  ti  V-s  wtiinnuiiuiM^^  E? ���������  a*  ������  -|  . s -  *3  5 .  M  PHONE  R 81  PHONE  IO  8  i i .ii*-1,  U\d wo silv. tlu-re   w  .-..iiil'i'Mi^uttirs un tlie Maud '(   De-  I'l.n-iliy   -'in. ! "'  Gro it crodit' is  ���������\ -J 1  1.tii- tiiniic nf- the w.iiiii'.n for tlif  iiiiiiniili! and manly wny they  iiiimlK', a sji.-tdi'���������even tho wny  1 n't h. 11 de the iin-n. ' iSi'u thoifi"  't_ uiiij s k'uvc their homo of  U'lirs of |K'iii.'i'.    It sii'.oiiis 11 (-.in,  L.J. Aston, who litis been ill  \,i>h rheumatic I'lfvcr at our lo-  c(.il hospital i'or several weeks  i,- iiroiuid again, and may U4  lyiiiul ni his old. aland in a few.  ijass |'0<.-}.;iiii> away.  CROWH  THEATRE  Cumbenland  OPE^R HOUSE  .   Couffcenay  NEW yiRun  B^svan  Moving   Pictures   will'*1  { o '  ������������������-���������������������@������eaee-5-seo������������������e"8 ������cec@������������������BS���������������ee'-i������������G<S���������������  llW*V������^**^������^t^*^^B������^^ l^^J!������a,W������**U������-l^^ |*|  MAROCGHIBROS   III  GROCFRS :'&. BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS"  "5e"slTown���������ilT~fHe~cil3i5vir  pi aces "as,follows:���������  Daily 3'chinges a \vee%|  Monday,     Wednesday  aiicl Saturday, Courtenay; Thursday.   Bevan.,*  Tcuo Shoujs  Each  Night  Priees as Usual  WtNK'JIl/ ViiSKIlXKin.Wtim.VS V2B833*T\  l������sxgA tbzsesasnacfasta-A AweA J  Wi WTCHELL, Mgr  Ageutfe for, PiSp.eiier -Hrewiiig.Compa^i/s .By-E.-R,.  \Vholesal;e D.ealers in air Kinds"of   ,  W.iiies-'.au'd Liquors.''  \ T\*ua first  shjpment (of pur spring stock  of:-..  Shoes liavc arrived in       , . '  Men's Tan and Black Button-  ladies' Tan, Gun -Metal,^ and  !  >    Navy Blue Suede in 3  Xace and Button  , W^tch forour 'Sale of- Odds and Ends after,...  S.Lpc^rjraking,, '.-.,'  i5  S  Si  r*j ���������*  1 ���������-. Tue ������n)EAL" STORE    *��������������������� ^ ^n-i.eiis; -: |  1       McRae, Aoton/Hayman        I  ���������I      ��������������������������� ���������>,     ��������� ������������������' -    ���������....'" ."... "i  ''lii:u'.!iiiniiiitiiiiutiiiiiiiinuiniini-nKntinniiii,!!iii!!iiiiiii^  '' 'm ������i��������� ��������� 111 ������������������������������ii������iiuii wmimw��������� '������������������   ���������'���������    111 ��������� ���������mn    .������i���������������ii ������i   ��������� "  f *^V',!lllil!llM  %k*t****&****&t*a*\S^^--'*****l!>   ^*^>t^p^^*^tatlf^tpt,**'*tti  %  Capital Paid Up $11,560,000. ,  Reserve $13 00O;00O  Arthur Norman and: K-rcy,  W i*3lo 1), were' u\) be fore M ngis-  l|iic Ab(,atris  on  lhe 7th   iust.,  Hiarj-ed, the fit si, with shooting  tj (luul; in closu season; the sec  1. .d, with hitvin<- a duck in his  I osses'siou in close season They  vveie'rincd $2^.00 each mul co ts,  ���������va.ik: Warden Hawl y, who is  t(ver on the alert tor i il'ntci quh.  i,f th.* ti'MWii Act; laid the i..fo.-  i^ali.jii.^  .I,d.n(PU^, M.'V; Vi lor N���������nui-  if.H, wii" ("���������.Hviiiiwl a' llm, t-p.tcial  A ti'/.u Oi ni r*, New WiHiMiiii^H'r, on  I,  ��������� U   ;    Oi    lllil il',fl i 1 llS-l"ulj|y 111  N - -.nitii 1 (.11 Aim.-, lv!, l!M.'!  ������- ���������' ��������������� - ���������  (ieuetal M'Miaijjer l.ockardol,  Yic (J'tniidinn Col)i"ties, and  Mis Loekard, left in, ihein ear  .',,:  'rie'ori'i f.*i W'Mliifsilnv.  l-ton'l,  forget the   iMrcnuMi's  M.i. .uoinde Hah un S', l'alrick's  1^.111    Tlierc is a   fine   tuppey  1  ". .* iis;. ,  V" h'.kar hit ihvie a 0 ij.iitc a;  i,   .-i's r i-l njjplicr.'ion--    ^.1   lor  i; i-   |t.i:,_.iI-in   of (ji'.v   ������1*c^,.ijahiv'.  ������lf'\ ilir* l;i."U 11j.1i' ������j,i;: ii,,,  * ��������� . ��������� ��������� ������������������  ���������       - ��������� ' ty  l t^sjwaaxtiKtsiBuxax^i  Another cqinnnsnipn has reported to the Legislature, and accord'  ing to the reports of the new par  pcrs, ifis a very valuab'e d6* iv,  incut, as it advocates legislati)n  to deal with some of the coiidiii-  ons about which working men  have complained, This is iu  line with the work.of the other  [commissions, and ihu next ses  fion ol the legislature .should he  rich in new laws for the bettrr.  ing of eacial: cpudilioiy1, ��������� h is  hardly to Vx.\ e..\pe-.jted��������� Irowever  tlint thojegjshitt-u', as, at present coi\stitilled, can deal with  lhe rtconuneudations with any  deyree.ci thorough nets, If they  do so they will have suffered a  radical change of heart Up lo  the prcsee.11t.time they have re  sislcd nil attempts t������ secure such  relief as Ims been' asked for by  the mass of the people. Tei'liars  they wiil now hide behind tlie  findings of tho committee and  make the, ueccssaiy changes.  Thy jiveaUT probability i** ihat  ilie jfjjyilft wil- Ijc I'lau'd in  pigeon holos, there tores.t h\t\\ii-  inilcly except when required tor-  eler.'iou piirposis,;���������-Victoi ia  News.  THE CANADIAN BANK  ��������� OF eOMMERGE:. ; s':  ' ���������**..��������� n  CAPIT^,..$15,000,00^>        RES'!, $12y500,000  MONEY 6-RDERS  ksued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are* a safe, convenient ar*ji ;  ���������inexpensive method of'remitting small sums of money.    These Orders*,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following1 rates:  $5 nnd under    3 cents f  Over    5 and not exceeding $10.....    0  it    jo      ���������������. ������������������ 30 10     -*.  (���������    36      "        '      ". 50.... J. IS*,   ���������'.,  , 0  UP^ITTANCESr, ABROAD.  PEjCIAL," FOREIGN DRAF  jeaisboablo ratos.  Oil, BEP-J-AND BBANOH ; W. T. WHITE, Manofrcr  Fhe"RoySr' Bank of Mm^r^\  , , ."���������-.'��������� ,;"' <���������,���������= ���������������������������������������������..- -������������������-������������������������������������. 1  I DRAFTS "ISsSUEI)   IN 'ANY    ( U.UllKNOY,'" PAYABLE   ALL i  1 ",   ' .   '.'c?v^n\'TiiB  wo'uLij.   .'      *'  N        %'  A BPEgiV^iATVK,N'|iON'ptttd:io SAVINGS^ACCOUNTS & inlereu I  -I .'.ut.jiiVhVft"'Cum;i't llii'li's aliuwid on iVpo^iij- of:$j^ aY:d upwarde'.    W  ���������i      '���������"  OUMBSaUVSTD," BO, B-a'nsh^Opaii'D'xily - ���������  1  ������������������������������������ -,--|,  -1  8J3  Bhould be mado by means of o*jr..SPECIAL," FOREIGN DRAFTS and- MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without,dplay ctjeaisboablo ratos.  NOTICE,  Aivy..p.ei'so;i  or   persons found  c/Ulipg rinihcr on   niy   property  qn R03' Road without' niy   1 or-  niission will he prossecnled.  W. W1T0I11CLL.  iWo^l   Woodl  ������  Wood  W,       ���������                       .i'i (?)  ������      NOW IK till* tllUO lO;,]>llK'0 ���������$>.  i*)    j our ovdoy   I'or 'SL*AIi S  %         '       WOOD ������  ������    S2,R0...|fi:di#n.'1Uw������ g  ������          ,   ' '_     . $  ������  I  !  i'  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiliniiiii^  UNION ^AY; BJO.-'Swb'-Brancli" Open Tuesdays ik^Fridp.yo  D. M. MORRISON, Mannger.,  COURTENAY,   B.O,    Branch,._ Open Drtily.  R^  i���������   -I- RDWJCKE, Manager.  Fi. PHILLlPPS HARRISOh4: l  BARRIST^R,A!^D-SQLICITOR  NOTARyv P.UBLIQ CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  i-n-fcrn-^iw-n-'1 -"���������*��������� ������������������ f ������-^*������-*** *"��������� ���������'���������"���������'���������*���������"--  Kroin Thu.  I Star Livery Stables i  SlTliWION WANTED -Hv  .i:y<".nuj" JnpiMit-.se, in hotel 01  :,ti)i't:.    Speaks   ^ood     Knf*lisli,  Applv Iy'.ihayi^hi  No. r Camp.   ^.   0, ymi fentlu-r, '"TDRd!'- H������iw  did you liko lho Iml for n hr-d ?  To^i in  a   po d  irtixcr   when   il*  *:o a.  LOST���������Durk  ehestnnt . mme  ������  (colt,)   mis'iuy    since   the   last  week in   January   i'roui   lT;.uitv  Hay.    A reward of Si0 will he  paid for   information   given   to(M * |j  Geo. Stevens, Fanny linv. -���������)@:-^nc/:������������������<������������������������C%������������(i������������������������������������ia������  I'Oil t..AJ,K���������Six-room cot-  tjirru;ln^h nnd [Ipod onthnildin^i*  Apply A. Iij Peiicoy.  FOIl SAI.K ClIKAH���������,\ fiv.  luiini eottii^', on l'onrith Avtuuu*,  Apply ut Ideal Store.   ������������������������,., -  ���������WANTED-A roliahlii cxpori  Vncod ttirl, for'fin non I, iKiin-ewiii'l-i  ;A   oikMioiiu'. I''"!',,')}*-) H^l't pi'i'Pun.  Apply at tlm I'ofijh'W <>���������' Wy- Cu  K.    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