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The Cumberland News Mar 25, 1914

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' ,,DowIWler":���������This little sto  ry ol' Sandy MoVicar and tlio  Miiiwior that I am; about to re!,  ate,- is truo-to life, so far as tlio  facts a *o concerned. Sandy *\vas  ft particular friond of my father----,  and was a frequent eallc'r at Vnir  lio;ne." In those, days I waa'youfig  hut [ iihvays listened attentively  to tho convi'ivations nf my futht r  .anil Sandy, hoiico my ability to  domonsirile his character.' ''lho  minister t. refer to, who' many  years ago passed over* Joiilon,-.'to  ,lhc'Honiol}������iyouil, was tho Rov-  erend Jnhn.SpeiK'.e. Tho scenes  oCmy story ar'ohiid iii' a viihicr-.*  hauled ' AueliinU'cl-y Ayrshire",  Scotland; ' Iif writing niv story]  liavo drawn probably a littlo "on  fiction, but I.trust- you will agree  with .-me when I say tho idcn-Wa's  .to in:ik*o tho etory more interet-t'  nig. Tho descriptions of charac-  W''however,,aro true to life/aikf  -I"trust my effort, rpoor as * it '.is,  will moot with your approval, *. "���������;''';  ,.    ' "  - ��������� Yours truly, ��������� ��������� ..',,������������������ ���������"  *'   ' x J"-. II; MoMilliln  Tho pulpit had  bocn vacant for  soiim tiine. and this of courso'ox  ��������� ended tho ruling Kldeis jnrisdic  tion.    In tho absonc-;' of tho inter  im Moderator of session who lived  ���������uivny miles a vay,    Sandy   Mc-  Vicar cohvoiiod^hieetiiurs and dis-  -*. -        \ I**"* ���������������*���������.-  niisssd thom;^ho hiuist-lf.alone of-  Subscription $: oo a V,*:^  V&i8&tf^iit*Kgr.  MACFARLANE BROS., LTO^  J^g^^^-^ftLING HOUSE.  J&zA&e*  *mm*wmmxtqia*a?kzt iz������zi~Mtysrox. Knt-x-Bm-attn:  x:- ANNOUNCEMENT.  0  IO  Mr. T, 15. -l}ate ''announces  the eiigag-i-iiionto*.r liis third'  daughter,' Muriel* Lucy Mon-tii-  ,gue,"*to Mr. Cajrlyle Alva Quiini,  son of.George Ouinii, of Van-  couver. 'The marriage will take  place iii'May.   'm. tt"*  The funeral of, ranliuc, wife  ' of Felixollarew, "who died- ni  our local hospital on March 21.  took place 011 Tuesday afternoon,  and was very largely attended.  The members of the U. AI. W.  of A,; the Order of Angles and  tin-; Ladies'.. Auxiliary of the  U, M. VV, of A,,- turned   out   in  The Police Com mi sioiicVs  met in ���������C,1ouncil-[Chan*ber on the  evening-of March 20th, there heir.*; present Campbell, Parnliam  ���������and Cooke. There, were fniv-  t.\vo applications ' Some were re  ceived iron* as far cast as Alber-  la,' Afier opening tlio, applications, the[Coi-nnir*sioners adjourned until Monday,,, 23rd iust at  7.30 p. m. The, Hoard met on  the date-.uanied above, auu after  '��������� Tho YiH-ip**, where  Sandy dived  was/on tho Border   of"the   IIi-irli-  1 tii-J-j,������ it.was'a nnii-t Village -aiid  .'was   trodden, so��������� it  is -eiuM, "bv  Rob   Roy,   that* famous.-/outlaw,"  who defied tho powers of-.his'tiino,  ;witli1 j?om-o s:iiccess.;  History-J^cal.  I'f^layn^Roiritoy -took ���������^fo^TnuT  self a viU, fron/'this* very viil������gi*,  ���������and,ciir,nod' lior off to (luff asI ness  cs au'il' wilds of tho north; P-' The  village was mainly ouo long street  with-bifshootsj-Vn* -.t-tood',.'- facing  .tho south, on tho elnpi-s  of a high  I'idgca jwaeof iii ^ river,' jneandor  ing at tho bJttoi  lar-^c numbers.    The Oity Hand  headed the 'cortege  -o-  ���������lliss Hrown,' matron of the  C. 61: U. Hospital, left last wgel;  for Harrison Hot Springs tor the  binefit of her health.  ~ty���������.--  Mr. and Mrs. John-Mercy,of  rourtcuay, were passengers by  S. S, Cowichan from Vancouver,  011 Tuesday, wlinc. thoy had  been attending the funeral ol  their daughter. Mrs. Hubert Iih  liott.  ^ VlccIVesitloiit Marpolo,of lho  K, & N. Railway, together with  Chief Kiiginccr Caiiihie, (hnuwul  Siipurinlondeiit UwiKlev nnd DI  vl-slnnnl KnghiPiM- l,,:iiii!'.)*lilh'o uvn-  at Coiirloiuiy Ihiti week making a  lour of inspoctioii over tiiu fJ<uirt-  cnny extension. Sevornl mem-  lion* of owr lioard 0} Trade hit  thu high spots  for   Courtonay on  in*  Tuemlny to sou if |]u,y omh\  duco th-Mo gontloincn t.> t>xli.'iirl  Ihofr linu to Oiimherhind. .Ind-  ging hy thoir emiling fftC(W on  thoir lulurn, they nuint have re-  ceivod cnnddeniblo encouriiL".'-  ������i������n������. They ni-Biircill.v deni  win for thoir comin  rvo io  nous trviii'*'.  the reading of -ih*) minutes .ol'  previous meeting;, proceeded   to  -������������������elect, a constable. ; Com'. Parn-  iiaui, moved, sec by Com. Cooke,  that James Ward, of South Vancouver, be   .selected.    Chairman  Campbell wished to-retain   the  services ol the present officer, J.  li. Gray, us lie considered him a  suitable man aiu^ givingT-'wiiis-  I'actioui    The motion beiuy put,  the   chaiimau   declared   James  Ward selected ns constable,   The  Hoard iidjournecljojmeet on^Ap-  ril Tst'at 7,30 p. ni. "   .u  The City Clcik has since received wotd that Mr. Wnrd' lias  accepted iho position,  The Presbyterian Indies' Aid  bay.aar hn;s__b:en postpoiied^uutil  May.  Dt, Kerr, dentist, is at the  Cumberland Hotel,  A su1i**f*nh''ir who /,'ini<*!'. in  tlur.c clay.-; am'! *,������������������)��������������������������� ijic pnnU*r,  is blcHi'd, and iu the kingdom  to come he will be given a place  a little higher than the angels,  ii  is name will be wiitten at top  of Ihe column next lo the reading matter and nothing iu the  house will bc too good for bim,  He will get comps to nil the  harp rqcitals and Iiavejallrcserv-  f������l sent besides the editors, while  all the delinquent subscribers  will have to carry water for the  pcrforuiciH and   sit  un ]in  i-n-  gallery.  n, and on the other side, a range-of hills of consul-  ernlilo height, lising sfeply liko  n Kd'nuui wall. / From the top of  the ridgo ono, could 'scan tho cmtn  .try   around for  miles, and   to   a  Scotchman tho scene was entrancing.    Miipy noblo mon have b -on  sent out into'the world   from this  glen, and today her' sons   aro   in  ovory   civilized' country J of  the  world, and few, havo brought elso  hut   honor   to tho land lhat* gavo  them birth,    Suchjwero tho' surroundings of Sandy JVJcVicar.  Nwirjiho foot of   tho   village  slood    S'liuly's^    dwelling    and  placo of  biiH'ness.    Ho _ dealt  in  cattle,   living and   dead; he  was  biitchcr.jn.cliu'f^io lho wholo com  "munity and did   t)0t  ]l)0k   unlike  tbe position,    He wnsga Mill man,  well built, of  fcovi'i'o   iic'pect   and  hard  featured, lawny   and. thick  ekiiiui'd with long* htrong   arms  and ho������ny hnnds, ho  had  a   firm  mouth,   which clot*cd often   liko  tho dtior of an  iron  safe; ho wus  I'luplmtlc in his spooch,  yet taci  turn,  Nundy^wm*'ruling' IChler in the  Kirk. Tho other members of tho  session, niofiily farinurs, were mon  of quiet, tomiiiity, so that Sandy  usually hud it alljhic own way in  the iniinngoniont cjf thu Church  and all biihimss pcriaiiuiig tlioro-  tu. Tlio others wero Passivo lie- 1,1  sisiurc, ifjinything ineliiii-cl thorn  lo*rm*ist at all. S  runes was tho meeting and passed  I'osoluiioiif.; ho alono stood ht the  ���������plate at-tho Kirk dour oa Sundays,  ���������ho alono donated the collection*,'he  alono marked tho amount down  in a puss book, ho alono put the  ;iiiouey into a greon'cloth bag, car.  i-ied it home, and deposiiod it noxt  day in- tho local bunk. Ilo was  treasurer of tlie church, aiid boro  the pflice with" a rjhigh sense of its  responsibilities.   - .  'AnothiVofliee he hold, wliich  some would*consider more important,-ho was interiin beadle of tho  church, r-Yw ��������� it wore, hewus lhe  proachor.!s preachor, whon tlio pulpit was vacantr'aiKl had to .he  ;lilled, umMie'niagnified tho officio  in 11 queer original way which it  is the purposo.of the,"writer to dis  close,- but meanwhile, I must yot  stretch my readers', patience a littlo moro. .   '      ���������  , The pulpit|bible was a big quar  to, aiid kept in Uie manse,' when  not. iii'.-fuijctional ' use. - Every  Sunday Sandy would be ���������'seen car-'  jriilUK'JE theJbib[sj_ui^_*i_l bio* hlunk-  ,7        *  r     "*    ~    ���������   ������       - - -  sack*, ;to and fro, 'between tlio  Miniso and'tho Kirk, and the Kirk  and tho. Manse, a quarter of a  milo awny.   ���������������������������".-*'-.  'It waB un interesting Fpec'ocle,  but to* tke natives riot; surprising;-  10 sea Sandy, ciur) ing this burden  up the village brae, wiih long, slow  measured steps, and. slouching gai:  und his clay cutty pipe in bit  mouth. 1 hope L d-n'tmake Sandy v>r9e than he wus wlien I t-poak  of hia oddities', llm yias ������. good  rnanj it was not hia fau't if he was  moulded in the rough. He 1 u ked  humor; but not in u rough kind of  reverence.' Hu lived a pine lifo us  fur as tho villus knew, and was  never known, 10 he dhdionoat. lie  was pious nnd quite reepoutuble, in  nn untidy, urn-lean kind of a wny  If X cull Ium ii couvorli'd Jt-bu-Mif,  lho sound of tho name i-ceinti to  suit his cue mil, ulihough I must  iidmit, I do not cxac !y know tho  nit: an nig of iha wotd.  For mora than it jo.ir tho pulpit  hud been filled b.v n young minister  just out of college, Ii was hie first  churgo, ai* I nlrimdy slated, ho wus  frc-h from Divinity U.,11, and diJ  mn yot know hoiv muoh ho hud to  ltu/n,  (To bo continued,)  *r7������ 'x''"?\  !  ?  >' K  ft  6f  \  ������������������a^wtSl^v-  a-  plesJust to hand  for  CUSTOM  TAILORING  ORDER your new Spring Suit now f;  and have.it made to your own,   order |  , _    from the latest materials  Fit & Satisfaction Guaranteed  t  also have a -complete, range off  the;;.famous ''Fit-Rite" Brand Clotiiino- I  See us for Spring Underwear, MdSej f.'  Shoes and everything in  *.'--���������     1  s^lluimsiiiTL^^  a  Everything uprto-date & splendid, valu  IfitstHe Latest  WeHaveltl  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone  10  P. 0��������� Box ioo  A number of the .striking miners who were recently ou tiial  ut New Westminster, and who  were released ou suspended sentence, were posscngcrs by S. S,  Cowichan from Vancouver to  Nuuaimo on Monday night.  They wure given a cordial reception ou landing.  Mr. and Mrs. J. J Wicr and  Master Lcland Harrison, arrived home fioiii ChilJiwack on  Tuesday.  Don't forgot Iho Hip; Auction  S'llaonTuo-ilny, March HI, 1014.  Thin will ho u t-nldf-n oppnrtunily  topoouro f-imily cmv-j, dairy henb,  oc|'okoiiHfor brtfc-liiiR Block, nnd  any othor stook or implemcnlB.  RC9KE3IS  The Ladies1 Auxiliary of the  C & U.^Iospital, will bold llioir  regular monthly meeting on  Thursday evening;, April 2nd, at  the home of Mrs  C. Ii. Tnrbell.  Chief Constable Grant will  leave for Victoria ou Thursday.  He expects to return ou Sunday,  Mr. W W. Willurd arrived  home from Chilliwack on Sunday, where he had been tendiutr  the High Court of Forresters.  Mr. Irving hns re-dolled bin po-  f-iiiniutfl purBcr of tho S, S, Cow-  it'lnin^to enter Into bmduo!?������, hln  plni'u boiti^jtukon by H. A. Hugh  etf, who was piiivuir of tho ill-fivto.l  Vadno wlu'ii , tint vespel wig  wicekcd ti|i north.  Our HcilinnlninQtct* n mnn r>f onl  tui'o nud uiirluiKtiiiicliiipr naed to  eay that Sandy, liko tho Dnko of  Wellington, hold all tho seals of  ���������-���������Moo on his Binglo sword, nnd  ali-o saidjliutv any^riMiHoniible \iyo-  posul mndo by himself waa auro t<������  bo objeofod to, in conseqiionco, he  wiip ol  ig-i'djoftou to ufo apo.-t.dii  gnili', for the i^oil of tlio can*-  i>"d when |,o waniuil tho |H-upI<; l<  move ono viiv, he did as hit uiili  CAMPBELLS  ���������fHtl!m0t*tt  WfV %���������**>-^���������������������������������������������������������������fr ������%���������  ������  l������Mttx Nouritte  ^^^*0**^^mi^m%^^^0**J^  *"H ^l*^������***|j*fc|^  I  >m//,<\IVi i   CjL������L.LiO ^e������^nv������^-^*������^v*i���������������--  *.v  Ai\i������i������a  ffHE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B" C  A Debt  g  1  ] l;iio\.- you nro my uiiol***; she said,  mul iho deai-oul a ul kindest_ uncle tliat:  suiy ghl 'jver had. ' <  * llO  lllKHCHlCll      ;,-.   "'..- *.  Y������u must, not think ioc well of nw,  lm"salil.      I tun    not���������perhaps���������whal  Ono ."'ovor knows,  .what,   uncle?   askod  Ry. Edgar Wallace'  Ward,  Lock    & Go.,    Limited  London, Melbourne tnd Toronto  %==_,__ sJ  (Continued)  TojJtcr.un- they tool; th,- liulo house  in the (.'ryml I'tikiec Itoad und turn-  i<-hod It.     Iii   \vo;il:net's .slie was Poon  to diseoWr, imt  wllh nil IU*  pitltiblo,  ?onturos It  kiokod offciii-ivouo.H*',  uml; <->l ������������������'-'������ od an aci  Kho* found  hor-ieli' Hvi! -,  linicli  more  yon lliinl*: 1 am.  hi* mutti-red,   ���������  Never knows  tlio nirl. ������   , .,    ���������  Ho looked ni. hor u littlo i-af.ly.  If anything nhoulrt hnpi'c-- l0 .""''  ho said, thor.) is ti man in London 1  wnnt yon io , J. Ho -nil. his hand in  hie* inside poe.kel ti.id took out u all.  In-own notebook, removing the elastic  band which honml it together.  Ami horo is KomolhiiiK else, ho said.  Tl f oihoi* day I naked you for a spec-  iin-ii of yoiir'liiindwrltln'; and not you  to, --n-n Vour liiiaii.' ior mc  llilV*.  Wou!i',-.'t bo so Cruel  ArchbiHliop Ryan onoo attended, u  diniioi* {���������iven -liln by tho citizens of  Philadelphia .".nd a .brilliant company  of men woro present. ��������� Among others  woro tlm president of the-Pennsylvania railroad; ox-Attorney-Gcneral' Mac  Vc-auh, counsel lor .ho road, and other  pi'oiniiiont.-rn!lroiu] men.  Mr. MiioVoagh, in ' lull-in-*-;   to  'ho  don   nnd   North   Wof-tern  ,   .th V"',," ' K������*-'!*i of tlu; u veiling, said: Your Grace,  omit lor you-lii tlio Kon-; ..>non������! aUwra ymi fi0o horo  UauN' many railroiu' men  Thor.  a  great  is a lio*  Wh..-. Sot Wanted  She walked into' the public library  Intitl sweetly'said:  / ' ...  ] would llko 'Tho tted Hoaf please.  ,.Tho   llbrarliui   diligently* searched;  the cuialoguo, and cams back with:  ' don't,think we lave sucJi ... "jook.'  Flushing a bit'sbo sweetly said:  I\lay tho tttlj bo -Tho Scarlet Yacht'?  Again lio looked, with (ho ir.mo result. ,  Then .with lior pretty lingers  sho wc-ut into her bus,. consulted a  slip of paper and said: '   ���������'  Oh, 1 beg pardon."    I .mecn Mio Ru*  biyat. ' *     *  Wouldn't Mind That'  Au Italian' who kept a fruit stand  was much annoyed by possible customers who mndo a practice of hand-  Him- iho frillt and pinehiny it, thore-  by leaving It softened ar.d"ofton spoil-  oil, lixtiaperatod beyond endurance  bo finally put up a sign which read:  ���������Jf you must plnclui du fruit���������pinchu  x'w ooi'i.aiiut.' -. ���������  -���������������&  moiipv. There was no nccestdty for  hor to work, it was inde'pondencc  rather tlian'ii'eccafiity which urged her  lo mak<! au effort on her own behalf,  a drsi'i-o to (lllher IKo with oilier  thoughts and inter*.pls'."io drive away  the wistful discontent, that the dullness of the Crystal Palace ltoad arous*  ( 1 in her. - -> ���������  She had, soon learnt lo lake a������ i"*  . lorcst in Uio work-of this ocoontvii: uncle of hers: sho would sit for hours  watching his ante hands tracing lines  ' of extraordinary delicacy over,-the  steel plates which lay clamped to the  kitchen (ablo in front e.i him. )*'or  Tom Maplo eur::t pood money from a  flnff of banknote usravers, who knew  him-woll --lough lo appreoiato his  work sufficiently highly to condone  the habit, of a lifetime."  She sometimes spent f.n -idle half-  hour in iho little ' pa-dor, wondering  what life would In ve beet,, liko had  it run its normal course, had her father, whose improvidei.c- she was only  now beginning to realise and admit  even to herself, earmarked some portion of bis income for her future. Especially gloomy was the outlook of  those wintry days when great billows  of fog came rolling up-.from Peel-ham  Rye, Khutti-L.g out. the sad sameness of  . tho load, lending to tho. wisps of trees  striplings .flu.t grew gnuntiiy" in the  small patch of ground before .the  house, a mysticism and i..ghostly importance, which no'suburban tree ordinarily possesses.  what cm hap.'nn lo you?  ' Ho shook his shoulders weakly.  You never know, ho said again.  Ho had taken from hia pocket hook  n smaller one bound with brown leather and 1 "-tiring tho name of tiio hank.  Keep ihis in r. safe place, ho said,  handing it io hor. Ilo withdrew a  folded notebook from hi., pockot. and  passed it across to hor.  Then ho rose. One of ihcso days  1 suppose you'll want to get married.  She shook her head with a laugh.   -  You will; he insist ed with a Hash i.f  humor; at somo time in '"ir life, every  Blrl shakes her liead as you did, and  thoy all go' the s:imn way.  A little nod, a (juick nervous swoop  of the. hand, and he was leaving the  room when she remembered something.     ,-  Uncle, she" said, you "..av-; not tol.l  mi* the name of tho man whom I. must  see. ��������� ��������� '  lie stopped, hesitating.* with the  door knob'in his hand.  It's ti man named Comstock Hell, he  said, I will tt" you about him later.  The noxt instant bo was gono. Sho  watched him as-wilh quick stops he  passed down tho road out, cf sight.  What did* .he met by his past, lifo?  Slie was old enough now to know that | to,.,n  these changer; of name* which had  once amused hor had a serious importance; men aro not Schmidt in Berlin one wee,'., nnd von 'Graflu-im in  Prague:iho r.-xt, unless thore is something sinister in their'profession.   She  r.T  **-���������*>&'  Aged People  J J'-      sometimes forget that poor teeth and.  : improper mastication prevent sufficient nourishment frofn ordinary food and  burdens the  digestive organs, but if every man'or woman'past  fifty would fully realiy-e the bountiful, sustaining nourish-,  niont in Scott's Emulsion'they would take it after every meal.  "   Scott's Emulsion contains tlie renowned body-building fats of  pure cod liver oil, so medically predigesteel that it distributes energy,  power and strength all thru the body and simplifies the stomach's work.  To people in.declining years we say with unmistakable earnestness  ���������Scott's Emulsion will add years toyourjife and life to your years.  . AVOID  ALCOHOLIC  SUBSTITUTES 13-83  :-.ii *>���������'���������,9roil .*--..*nowNir;riQinaHtol- '*bNT MiO;  Wo can give you  railroads of Iho -lounlry, Now it you  would only give us���������Hay a freo pass io  Paradise by way of exchange.  Ah no, said His draco, with o mer-  rv twinkle in liis eye. that would never  do. J would not liko'to separate thom,  from their counsel.  Which Was Wo.'tx  A   farmer' huyii.g somo' tools  in  a  lian.waro store, was asked by the pro-  priutor if he did not war.t to. buy a  bicycle.   , .',���������'���������,  A bicycle won't. e.:S its head ofl. stud  iho salesman, ancl you can ride it  around your farm. They're cheap now  and 1 can let you have one for t.nrly-  livo. dollar:*. '',,,*.  1 gucsB I'd '.her put -" 2 thirty-uve  into a cow, said the fanner rc.cctive-  ly. ������������������ "    . ,  Ha-ha. lauglud the hardware man.  vou'd look mighty foolish, riding round  your ��������� farm on a cow, now, wouldn t  you ?,  Well, . dur.no,.said the farmer, no  more foolish than 1 would milking a  bicycle.  A   Personal  Application  Say, Parson, said i51dor Berry at the  church hoard meeting, horo arc the resignations of all of the .jua'tot choir.  ;\ly, my, said Doctor Fourthly in distress, what's tho troublo?*  Your announcement Sunday morning, replied Fldcr ��������� erry'sternly; you  know you said. Providenc* having  seen fit to afflict all' our choir with  bad colds, let us join in slugi.**.; Traiso  God From Whom all nit*t*si:\~:.* Flow.'  Causeo j-.. Acthina. .No 0119 can say  with certainly ..exactly what causes the  oRtablishiug of asthmatic conditions.  Uusc ,1'rom tho atrcot, from flowers,  from grain and'various -ther irritants  may so1: up a trouble impossible to ir-  radicate except through *>. suro prenar-  iition sucli as Dr., J; D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. Uncerl:!nt;/ ���������may exist  as tc cause., but there can ho no uncertainty regarding a remedy which  bar freed a gononifio-* of asthmatic  victims from 'this scourro of- the  hrnndiial tubes. it is 'sold everywhere. "   .  How to Tell  Beforo Ilio guests had arrived for  the Christinas party tlie gl.U'lirid congregated in the lo'icr hall, convc-sing  on    *pics nearest "their hearts.  Oh, girls! said Dolly; I know a no.v  charm to tell when a .y one loveb you.  What is it   queried the chorus?   '  You ialc-3 five or t!x chestnuts, namo  each after *oni*. mar, you know, and  then put them on tho stove.' Tho llr<*t  ono that pops 's the'ono -hat loves you.  Wm said the beautiful young blonde,  to*l..g wllh > nev/Jdiamoti'l ring; 1  i.now ti inucli botle: wuy. then that'., ������������������  \V..at? ��������� ."���������!'���������-,  S.elect one n.an, placo ' ir on a sofa  in tlio parlo- and sit closo to him'  with a dim light. If ho Coesn't'pop  it's time to change tho man on the  sofa.  The Real Reason  Jan.es start ft hi-, third helping ot '  pu'.ding.witli .Jcght,        * ^ ������  Om.o upon a timo. James, admonished his mother, thero was a littlo boy  who ato" too much pudding, and' ho  hurst.        ..:*     '   -. ,   "   ���������'  Jaiiioe coiiolderei.. There ain't  such u thing as too much-pudding, ho  decided.  Ti'Oi'c must he,, contended his mo-  ,ther, ols'.- wliy dl<" tho little boy burst?  '.lames passer"-* his ' ,>late for tho  fourth atinio, saying*. Not enough boy.  Not His Fault ' ������  -Didn't 1 tell you the last timo yoii  wero'hero. said the magistrate sternly  tc the, prisoner . who had celebrated  Christmas not wisely but*too well, that  I udver wanted you to come fccforo me  again?".'  \es, sir,-replied the prisoner*,, but I  couldn't mako tho policeman boliovo  it.  It Makes New Friends Every Day.���������������  Not a day goes by that Dr. Thomas'  Beloclrlc Oil does not widen the circle  of its frlonr-s. Orders for it come  from tlie most unlikely places in tho  west and���������>far '-.ot'lh. for its' famo has  travelled far, . lc t'oserves this nt ten-  lion.' for no oil has done .-so much for  humanity. Its moderate- cost*makes'  it easy to get. .'       *  She was sitting'In the parlor on the alm01-'i, wished she had persuaded him  -evei!i!ig-fo!!owing-Ck>!d'sj-isiU^^^  been a bright, sunny day, r.-.d the eve-.-.-  ing brought ohues of orange and saffron to beautify tho outlook.     Sitting  \vitli a book on her knees br.foro the  open window, shu hoard her uncle's  light step in lhe pas-ago without, '  It  passed, stopped as if   in    hesitation,  (hen camo back,.    The handlo turned  and the  door opened  and her uncle  camo in.     Sho looked up af him.  Do you want 1110, uncle?  His faco was paler than usual, the  dark rims that  I.Ik, eye's, which wore  habitual, seemed a shale blacker, ilo  looked at ho*  without speaking for n  time, then he camo farther into iho  room and closed tho door.     Ilo sal.  ' down In a chair opposite tho girl.  ,  Bo you want anything, uncle? sho  asked again.'  He shook his head,  Verity, ho s.ild soriou'sly,     1 havo  boon thinking about you and I hnvo  been wonder, g whether I ought not  to loll yon something about mysel I'.  She waited,     lio looked past hor Into the load and heaved a li'tCo sigh.  Thou ho brought hia eyes back to hor  face.  , .1. have had rat!.or a, curious lifo, lie  nald.  Thorp was 110 trace of the slithering accent which wos peculiar 0 his  voice after one OV'.Aa bonis. His lips  trembled a little and tlu* ban', that lio  raised to his mouth mechanically from  timo lo.tlnio, shook ovor no slightly,  You don't, know ai.ythir.j*; about, mo,  do you? and -die iihoolc lior head mull-  iiigly.  KEEP TOUR  SKIN CLEM  m  MM-  She looked at her watch.- She bad  nn appointment at six' .'clock'. ' She  wondered what sort of a man this Mr.  Cornelius 1-1 el der was; It was1 rather  strange that ho should have askod.her  to go to Curzou Street, that he could  not^'iind tinio to interview her at'his  olllco. But she wns ready to find excuses for any busy man and the fact  did not'trouble hor greatly.   -  Holder occupied a door at 40R, Cur-  7.0a Street,. Tho house was the pro-'  porty of u retired butler who found  pleasure and prufl- in turning the establishment into a high elms boarding  house. Perhaps, boarding-house is  not ihe term, since none of the ro-  si .".cuts luul tiny oilier meals. 1 linu  breakfast and ..V. occasional Si.ppor in  their rooms. As it, was, ovei the  rent was stiff ono.igh i'or any'man  other than one who was iu receipt'of  it vory comfortable income, b.til tills  Holder was credit ed with possessing.  Verity Maplo was shown straight  up lo his sitting room and found him  Kitting before- a largo dos.. smothered  with printers proofs and magazines,  Ho looked .' her keen!;,' iisrIio oii-  lorod aud rose, offering 'lis hand,  Tako a seat, .Mls������--er��������� Ills hesitation wii.--. artistic, he knew well enough  what nnmo she boro.  1 tun sorry to bring yon dtwn here,  Miss Maple, he said when she hud  lold hlni hor namo, but 1 "am such a  busy man and 1 had a, number of engagements In the city which mndo if  1111 possiblo i'o:- tne to soo you.  His lone was brief nnd business-like  and Uie unpleasant impression wliich  nlio had received when bIio Ilrst saw  him was to Homo oxli--.it dissipated.  Tii" work 1 want you to do, ho continued, is fairly interoHiin*., yo,. Hpc-ik  French, (lo you nol?  Vos, nho said, am ho nodded.  1 nm nssoolritod with a littlo Journal  In which I shall ask you to take 1111  Interest, ho wont <������;. It. in 11. Journal  which Ik not vory woll known,  Thin timo l'in friendly smile* wus  loss busliioss-JIkr, and limliiiollvoly  she resented It. Thoy dlscussid for  u llltlo time iho (iiiostiot; of salary;  In; was wllllr.g, nay eager t.i glvo lu;;'  He Had Hi..:  Tho, Bishop of" London was to per-  the ceremony at a  very smart  wedding.     As usual a 'great crowd of  people stood about iho door- and lined  up on each side of'the strip of red  carpet.'    Magniilceni * carriages \'.nd  motor cars rolled up and disgorged the  splendidlv dressed guests, but at.the  end of a long fitring-of fine equipage  ���������canie-^~(loplotab]������i1j_jau*ifiliafilv]e^^ld  fouiMvbecler.      It  drew  up , gloomily  His .Fear  Mrs. Capron informed her* husband  ono morning -bat a"t.o expected a party  of guests that afternoon. Immediately  Mr. Capron .-.lvi-e and put all the uni;  Li-.-llas* away, much to'h's wife's'astonishment.       "' i(.  Why. Waltci; do you 'fear my guests  will steal yuur umbrellas? sho. ask.id  in nn injured?*-one.' -      r  No, said AvalUr, .as ho closed the  clo?.?!, aoor; I'm afraid theyi will re-  eognizo tliem.  Mhiard's Lini-r.ent Cures-  " ���������" Cow'C"  Garget    In  Minard's.Unin-ent *.'ures Diphtheria  Helping .   -..ut  Mrs. Black" wou;e her husband'one  night, and whispered: Lurry, there's  a burglar in tho parlor! lie Just  .bumped against tho piano "and struck  several keys.  ��������� Is that so? said . Larry I'll go  right down there.  Oh, Larry, whispered, tho excited  wife, don't do anything rail 1  Rash!' repl'ecl tht" husband. Why I  am going to heip him., 1'ou don't  'suppose .ho can move tliat piano froji  mc houso witnoui ussisiaaco. ...  JF.gAvarc-or Ointmenu- t*jr Catarrft  Her Threat   *  A certain young couple   who, were  married somo months ago nover had a'  r'loud to mar theiMiappine: r>. until re- ,  contly.     Otio morning the young wlfo  *amo to break-fast  In., an  extremely  Fullo-i and unhappy mood. T > all her  husband's    inquiries    sho    '.returned  snapnish answers.   Sho   was   ln   no  letter fraiiie of. mind whon ho came  home that evening* for dinner, all ot  which mystified the young husband.   *  J-'inally, lato in tbe evening, .in renly  .-' Ms inRistent demands fo know what  tbo matte- was. the  wif** burst into-  tears and replied:, Henry,' if /ever. I  dream again that you havo kls'sed an-  ether .woman I'll ucver Bpoak to you  as long as-1 live!     ,. *-.;,,.-. - '"  opposite the strip of red carpet  A couple of policemen dashed at tlio  cabby.    ,  lioA-o, hi, they- shouted. You.can't  stop here! The Bishop's just coming  along.  The old cabby 'regarded them wiih a  scornful ey\  Koop yer 'air on! I've got tlio old  buffer inside!  And tlio Bishop opened tiio door n-.nd  stepped out.  .Oh, But it Waa Cnu!  'A ] woman enured a railway train  crowded with winter tourl3ls :,nd bin*--  pencil to take a seat in front of 11  newly mtir:*led couple, Sho was hard,  lv Bcnlfd before the couple hemui ti**nU-  Ing remarks aboiif her which somo of  the passenger - must havi hoard,  lior  last,  yen-'s   bonnet, and   ol.-nk  wo]*o  fro������ly  criticized, with  more or  los-j gUgling on the bride's ������������������nrl*. a.v* A small bey had been, vjcclnnled,  there is no to.lin;* wiinr. micdit have and after tho ������������������ --������������������nilon eho doctor pro-  como next If tho woman had not put pared to bandago  Probably She Would  Mrs. Newbrldo camo hurriedly into  hor husband's study one morning.  -. Herbert, dear, sh/said, this recipe  for lemon pie says to sit ou .-��������� hot stove  and stir constantly. - ���������'    I  . ��������� Well,;-All:o, replied the doting husband, if you do sit on a Lot .������lovo-I  think you will siir constantly.  ''.Why, Dr.ty Was Collected  What's this? demanded    tho    customs oflicor, pointing to a package at  the bottom 01 the tourist':* trunk.  That is a foreign book entitled 'Politeness, answered tlio man wlio hud  just landed,  Woll, I guess I'll havo lb charge you  duty upon it, ropliod tho Inspector, It  competes with a. small nnd struggling  Industry in this country.  that Contain Mcrciiry,  as ncrniry wiil nuroly rtcetfoy tlie pense ot lane:  anil   completely   UpranRO   tlio   nliol**  system"who-  tlirou;;li   Hie   mucous  surfaces.     *-'���������'  snterliu;   It  Sue.  bv V 3 Cliency &��������� Co- Toledo, 0��������� contains no ncr  ���������ury," ������nd I* ultcn, iiitenially, nc-tti������K illrcrtly upo:  'the blood nnd mucous wirlacw or the system, li  buyliiR Holl-G Cutarrli Curp be Burn you get tii  rotmlnp. It Is 1*1*011 Internally and mado In Toledo  Ohio, by V. .1. Cli-ni-}' & Cp. 'l'ehtlmov,li\l- trco.  Bold bv Driw-'-t*.  I'rlwi. "e. l*+r bottlo.  '������tikc Jio.)1'- r-mMv I'llld for <���������"..- '--.i^^a .  An Absolute Remedy for Corns  Is Putnair's'Tainless' Corn Rxtrac't-. '  or,   .af?. sure,- always painless..,-    A   ���������  hu.-'dred subst'.tutcs"prove 'ho supra-  macy of Putnam's Painless Corn- Ex-  "traetorT^ 'flic"iiame_tpTll_tiio-rBio-ryr  It is painless, lt extracts corns, and  ir, does it quickly.     Sold by druggists, -���������-  price 25c '    '    ������ ~*  Ml=r������������l\/ r<  M-iHpi* of RoftlllnO  Yes, said the severe maiden "ntl'v.  tho word 'mule' is only 'malo' spelled  wronRly.  I stipnopn so. rosponded f'10 crusfv  baeholor; but nco"',nr* 1o the I^atin  dictionary a w>mn>- Is 'mulier.'  ��������� The Cautious Patient  Woll, well,   aid Dr.- Bigblll,-as, ha  mot ��������� a forme- patient - on the stroot,  1 am glad to sec , you    again,    Mr. .  Hrown."   How nro you thlr morning?.  First. Doctor, said Mr. Brown,can-  tioiialy, docs it 'cost anything to toll  ���������cu?     * "'  a suf'.dcn slo;i lo the oonvoviv.-illon hy a  hii of'clovor, feminino ('(.rategy.  She turned her b'-ad. noticed Ih/'1  'the bide war. considerably'older than  Ibo brldowroi-iii. and in the ..nioofhest  of (ones said:  Mi dam, wlll you please lmv your  t.fiti remove, his foot i'rourtlio back* >f  my chair.  Tho ln formation editor received ibis  letter from r. fresh youth:  Kindly toll i:o why a girl closer, her  eyes whon a follow klssofi hor.  Tbo editor replied:  ]f von will ~.eud ua your photograph  wo may ho r.hk* to toll you the reason,  WONDF.Rl-'C" WHY  And Found the. Answer'  10 soro arm, bur.  tho ''0y objected.  Put it on (ho other arm, doctor.  Why, no, nr.:.: the phyclcian, 1 want  to put the bandage on your soro arm,  no tho 'joyu nl,school wor.'t nit you'on  it,, '  Put It on tho other.arm, Hoc, reiterated Hie tuiall hoy: you don't; know  lho follows ut our school.   ,  Many pale, sickly pen-mir, wonder  for yc-ara why* thoy have to suffer so.  Mid (���������vontually illscrvor tlm J. the drug  -���������-(iiifiVlii*!���������In' (.'a (ind coffoo Is tho  nial.i cans., r* tlio troublo.  "I wus always very fund of coffoo  and drank li ovory day. 1 novor had  inucli ilos'i mul often wond rod why  jn His Defense  Daughter, called the fathor from hlr,  position at tlio lop of tho stain*., at th ���������  well-known houj of 11,55, doesn't llir.4*,  young man Uncvr how to sny good  ulghl,?  l.">oos lie? ct iced iho young lady in  tilt** liurkoiiod hall; wull, '. is,..ouhl Hay  lio docs.  Muc'i Easier  After I watih my faco I look In the  nilrro- to see If it's clean,' Don't vou?  askod tho sweet,littlo girl of nobble.  Don't havo to, said. Bobblo; I just  look rt tho towel,  ��������� Enlovcd His Wirk  Twc nion were dlscnc>Bln.4 fho friend  ot their boyhood and mentioned one  who*1 liad a r*.ost unfortunate disposition. ;  ., I condor what becamo 0: liim. aalA  ono of lho mo.i. .It always soomod  10 1110 that it wor.ld ho. Imposs'blo for  him to llnd any work Ui.'.ft would bi  oongonial.  I thought so, too, snid his friend, hut  wo vcro wrcug, lie's got a job tlint  suits lilm perfectly. Ilo'.-, station  miistor .in a placo where,, thoro are  eighty trains a day and ho sees Homo-  body mlSH over) one of thom.  ���������all Hho neked, nnotl'i-r bud sign from j 1 was nlwny"' ho l������ak\ Ihln nntl weak  aipif  ii������!,,'i.-y.  i^J\ - (?;(C With Daily  Vv \ Use of  ���������������������������*v  ���������V  hor point of view. .Itist ; 1 noon m*  i'.Iio could lllilsh tlm purely biir.liioris  side of tho conversation she rose.  1 ..ball ���������������������������.poet you to-morrow, tv  ���������.'aid.  lie hold hor hand u little longer than  was iiij.:ijHniry, saw hor 10 lho door  aud Into th 1 street.  Verity Ma*dn cnnif! nw.ty from hor  lii-j-t luli'i'Vli'iv wllh hor in*'*.' cniployoi1  wllh a iindolliiahlo sous  CUTICURA  SOAP  And occasional ueo of Ctiii-  cum Oinlnicnl. No oilier  cmollionls do so much to  prevent; porc-dogling, p'un-  plc.**, !>lackhoads, ml, nui^Ii  IiuikIh, dandruff, itddng  scalprf and falling hair.  of inlHKlvIng hound in  V 1 I. \ I'I - ,.  (is lo Ui'l   iSii.tHiHi m ii..A..r|.iiii,,  ,.i  1 '.1  Useless  1 hoard tha. you woro going to marry  Archie HI nut lood, lOstho:',     "    "  Is It  )c  \ny  limn who know  Holder rnr.ld  Imvo lold lir-r things which would hnvo  |x*rliitps lilKTi.d  lur  wholo plum, m-  llrcly, hut llu only man who know  lu-r \:i-H '������������������Kni'-ii io Imparl that Infnr-  iiioiliou wan  vvi>Kiv mln  udiii, "������������������������ i.vj ...  j one swift. iippralsliiK ginnco hi'il mark-  H'd lior down uh one wlm was (pilto ca-  j pablo of taking ciir. of liersclf,   Moro-  [ovi'l*. lie WUH v.iiyloi.H 10 loa-n more of  ; Ilcldrr thnn lie already know and V*-r-  I Ily  Maplo wai, tlio typo of girl who!  ,u���������il'l ,.'.',p|,|y Uiui ti'.forniu'loii.  I (To ho Contlnuo-l)  "Ahout live you:',-* ago my lion lib  compii'luly broke down t.rd ��������� wits cun-  Unt-d to my bod, My ,'l.omnc'. was In  '.���������ml1, o.-.n.lli'.tiii hai 1 oould hi.rdly  1 ii'lio inilllolopi iiourlshni'.mt lo stifitiiin  lil'l?.  ��������� '-Dmlug this Timo I wn.-i drlnklir-  .���������oiTcf. didn't llilnk I oould do without  II. (Ti-a is ;li!hl r.a luirnir.it bociiiico  it eonirinn *.'!irfollH', tho :mmo drn^  1 i-.flne)  ���������..l.'l,.   t   n-m-.   In  tho   roiw-lu-  nlnn (but oli'.*o wns ht,'Mt ; mo, nnd  decided to uivo il up nnd try l'ortunn.  When II was iikh'.i. right���������dark' and  li(h--l ���������������<**.*������ hfc;,ni* very l������ind of It.  "In one week I hrgnn to fool bettor.  1 -Mill! out nio'.-.*- r.nd sloop bolter. My',  .11        1.    '.., .  i,.,.,.,^ ), ,-*!  ('viiiiiH'n'-   "Old I  wiililn Hvi. iturlhs I, lonknd mi.. lV|t  like11 now lining, hcndac-ij spoils on-  Urolv gono.  "My henlth conllniifil to Improve  j.ml today I am wob. and hUmiir. weigh  VJ8   lbH.       I atlributo    my    pn'sr.-nt  Ibcnlili to tho Hfo-glvlng tpnlltl.*    of{  ' Poi-tuin  trim? nskod ono young society woman  of until lie, ..  Marry hlni! 1.should say not! Why  1 wouldn't kipw wlat lo do with him.  Ilo can't rldo, piny tennis, golf or drive  a. 1110I01 cur!  Woll, snid lho friend, no enn ������wlm  henul(fully, you know.  You wouldn't, wnnt. a husband Mint  you .ind to hoop in nn nrinarluin would  ������������������.ni'.1  Tlio cii't-uuolcd Flnnlgnn ht\������ a rival  In Pat. Donohuo, 1111 Ohio freight: con-  duotor whoso train had n. breakdown  rooonllv. After tho accident ho sent  this liioHstigo to Train Dlfipa'chcr  Straight:  Two-twonty two has a busted llm.  What  .vill I do? Dono..no,  This iiwal'onsil lho slumbering musu  In lho will-graph olllco, nml tho reply  Vnjt.   Two-twcnty-oight   wlll   tnko  vour freight.  Dispatcher Stnilghl,  . Your troub*\ said    tho   optimls'Uo   ���������  friend, may he a blessing ir disguise.  Well, sighed tho 'afflicted ono, I must  say it is tho cleverest dlsgulso I ever  saw.'    *, ., " ,  A Protrrr d Service '  * They must havo long church services in a certain Westcrr. town  whero a paper announced of a certain  church: The regular services will  comnionco nest Sunday at 3 p.m.,'and '  continue until further uctlcc.  Was Willing to Try It Again,  Once whon John P. Rockefeller was  playing golf a negro lad crossed tho  links. ' Mr, .loekofollor had Just given  the ball a vigorous stroke, and tho lad ,  received the missel soutirely on tha  head, It -vas a heavy '.lev, but it  only stunned tho noy *������ littlo, aiid after  blinking hlr, eyes foi a, moment ho was  himself again,  Mr. Rockefeller, who had rtishod up  fonrlng that the boy ha*"- been ">adly  Injured, was .'oliovod !> llnd that ho  took it. so calmly, and pulling a live-  dollar hill frcm his poclnt, ho giivi  ll to tho youngster' aa a Palvo for his  foldings.  ��������� Tlio hoy looked at tho bill and -;rln-  nod 'villi delight.     Thon J- ��������� looked at  .Mj;, ltookofollor and iunulr-'d: When  Is you going to bo ploying again?  He Wanted Instruction  'lei-h'. -. nnd Jlok'ii wore sltllng on  the beach in .ho moonlight, when, moved by an inipiilsn ho could not resist,  lip ������������������ntddeii.ly hlsso'. 'wr.  Oil, Ilorbort, Hho oxolalinod, Hull's  UOl  ,1'alHi  ��������� I'm ri-j-y rorry, U"lr>iv rojtllfd llov  h'ort. humbly, I did tho host, I know  lujw. Won't you show mi the propor  way?   ���������  They Were Speei.,  Mrs. Todd wont Into a sioro to buy  somo Hprlng ginghams.  Arr, these colors fust.? nlio iiskrd  tin* clerk.  Yos,  indeed,  ho replied  earnestly,  ���������-on   iiiigln  '"  Hr,ft  (5">in  wlien  ouco  fhoy start 10 run.  Undo Sam Not Busy Enough  The voung clrl was visiting hor girl  friend for tho llrsl, tlnui after her mar-  rl.igo,  And does your htishnnd glvo you all  tho uioiu'*, you want ? she arked,  Why, no, 'kiiir.     Tliero Isn't llnU  much monoy.  My dour, ni.iil tl.o profouor'H wife,  l.lin hoiis havo serai 0.I101I uj> all that  i-ggplunt seed you t*(iv.*o������'  Ah. loulousy! miisoil the profoHsor.  and ho sat down and wrote a twenty-  pngo .trtlolo on tin.- 'Dovelopmeiit o"  lCuvy in the Minds of (lib, Lower HI-  I pods.  Where t.*c Minister Scored  i*.  ..oiitn:  lawjrr illiln''   like  the  1 ,iti.,.ri.^.M������*.M <*������������������*���������������������������*���������*"������'������'"/'M '.V  I-*** ir.������rM.    .*> t������'"**l ������.imflo'if .-*-"*.���������**���������.'.'''  M>lo  IH*.!*. M...I ,..>'.-tIl'..  CUm.t:irt<.,lifvl.*HAtM'-a.V.li.J'..  ! t. ;*  I P.'*"' *.*' IT <"*  ' i,:lti!������oi*, and no llioilghl lo rorn-rr lilm.  ; Xow,'Doctor, ho nskcii. suppose Uio  ' }.i,r.-iiiit ;,i*'! ih" d<vll '.'hould have a  1 l.-Mf'iilt,   ithloh   paitv   do  you 'think  ��������� mltl v.| 11.'  Nunc  -.,...   ..,   *,���������*..l.,|;) i-\,-,;;il"-n'iai U������ jurt like my bvav* nt-p, po,,,  ftld tlio niotlirr li'iidly.      Who was  W. N. U. 086  plyt.-i*   by  Co., Windsor. On'.  to WolMllo," in pkgs.  r.^luni no"* cones In two form?*  flcciilnr Pokitni*���������murft b* bollul.  Instant PcJtun*,- -i-i a i-oluhl'.   pov:-  Aor.   A I-i* spoon ful dissolves (pili-kly  in ri cup ot hoi wai-*** and, v*i*h croam  and iinunr, *���������������������''��������������� " d>-)i������.j<tij������- ',ii)*.������..:r{i  Jan-.tta' Herolsm  dninos  returned  noino iv.nn m-iio...  with  strong  evidences of u uerlous  (liHtigrecment with   omo .if I.Is   nsso-  clati'B.   As he ontorod tho room his  i.iotlior looko.-t up ami In sii.prlso la-  iiulrod: Why, .lames, how did you get  your Hollies   0 badly torn?  Trying t'������ bevy a   g-''*>d   !lf-t!'!   boy  Can-nil--i   roMumlfrotu UelnK Hclt������*l  Th.' devil    ������n������|ii'8tlonalily,   replied  in-.tonlly.   Or.icr.i sell both kinds,  ti.--   lainliiiT. ., ���������'TlH'ic''. a lliM;:.in" tor rot-tum  the good lltlh  Mo.        1  hoy?  Pi.sporily lias r.-'jicil '.utny 11 mnn,  roniiitk'-d tlie nior.ili/'.'.-r.  Wi-il. it.-joli.lv.I the ilv.ii*.-ir..li-/.i:;-. It I  was going to bo ruined ni ull I'd pro*  J frr i>rf  >.' 'il'*  Why Women Have Nerves  ***jt The "blues"���������anxlely-sleeplcssncts-and warnlnjts of pain and dl������-R* -,  ^#"tress are wnt by the nerve* like (lying messengers throughout body and'^j  n limbs. Such iccllni's may or may not bc accompanied by backache or ���������'  N liradache or bearing down. 'Hie local disorders and Inflammation, If there I  Is any, should be Utittd Vtiiii lit. riuvc'a Isilbiu. TsblcfJ. Then the W  nervous system and tlie entire womanly makeup (eels the (onfc effect of  DR. PIERCE'S  FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION  when taken systematically and for any ptrhft oi time. It is not a"curisaH,"  but Iuk given uniform satisfaction for over forty years, being designed Mr  the tingle purpose of curing woman's peculiar allmenti.  Sold In liquid form or tablets by  druWUts-or cend BO ene*cent  Itaupt for ft box of Dr. Pierce'*  Favorite Prescription Tablet*.  Ad. Dr, R.V, PI*re#, Bnffalo, N.Y.  Emtu tettaan tutlt it aamn Tl*  Pttatti Caminta Stan KMkal M-  Mfn, ll tmmntuttttmi tf tu���������  riachu nuthtn lit* tt tttt fit tlilt  Minn tnt tumahts. Ill'������IP*'-  Him Jt*Ut In tint van him, Smt  iQim^inliltn^tliOi.rkiuattUvu  I  ^���������S^^^U  ������tm^r*'&������4mm^  m^mammmmmmmm 1 ;." ������������- V *���������:>  , ��������� , ���������..-������������������ i r, ;f. ;  J..'.,V ���������>. !,.-*' -y<it:\ *.'. ������������������'.*���������-*> ������������?*.'���������&.-.%  -   V.  3?HE NEWS. CmiBERE AND, B.C.  for Brightness  ab        BLACK  A Paste j  NoWaste  and Lightness,use  Knight  the KF Dalley G> ltd.Hamilton.Ont.INoRust  -���������* ^Willie's Question  The aged Icily next door had been  quite ill, so. one mon.ing Willie's mo-,  ther said to her-small son:  Willie, run "ovor and seo how old  'Mrs, Smith Is this morniuj.  J  Willie departed, but ih a fe*.v,rhinutes  he came runninj back and* --aid:    ."  She says it isMiouo-of your business. ' ,  Why, Willi ' exclaimed his mother,  what did you ask?  N .lust*what you told.'me to, said Willie; I said you wanted" to i:now how  old she waa.   '  . "  BUY FROM THE* FAC. ORY DIRECT  A $3.00 Waist tfoi- $1.35,"-Postage Paid  , Smart, perfect .fitting Waist exactly  us"- illustrated,' made In a combination  material of* pure wool ami silk, Soft col-  lr ami cun'.s with patch pockets. Shades  prey, mau 5, navy, dglit and-- dark  red; also'white villi t-.acl', tan, sky and  mauve stripe.    Slues III  to 12.  We absolutely, -.ranteo .those, Waists  to bo $3.00 value and exactly aa represented  or .refund'- ur money.-  Do not overlook sendlr.jr tho size and  shade ybu  desire. ������  *We forward all orc1ers"'by return mall.  ���������Send bank, -postal or express money  order to  THE SELECT WAIST COMPANY   J  ,   898  Colleoe  Street. "Toronto,' Ont.  "Wc* Aim   to   Please"  ���������    ��������� Why Hi .'Was Afraid,  ^flr.hanlf3^u^a^iirtlTe~hli-iror"wMf"  ing his hat a good deal during business hours, ,-.n iu '. summer" ���������the' flies  used his, bald pate for a parado  g.-oimd, and L winter the cold breezes  swept oyer itaJpolished surface.  A negro workman on .the rallro-.d  eE.ch week presented a check and  drew his wages; and one day, as he  put his money in a'greasy wallet, tho  banker said: Look here, Mosc, why  Cm\ you let some;of that monoy stay  In the bank and'keep an account with  .us?  ,Tlio negro-leaned toward him, and  with n quizzical look nt tho derby tho  banker woro, answered confidentially:  JJoss, I's afeared. ,. You look like  yon"was always ready to start some-  wherea.     "  How Could She Tell  Norah, said' tlu mistress, urs theso  French sardines tlmt you have given  mo?  Share, OI .lon't know, Mn'nm snid  tho now waitress; Ihey woro' pabht  spaUln' whin wo opened tho box.  TWO WOMEN  OPERATIONS  By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound���������Their  Own Stories HereToId.  What the Trouble Was  A man was fixing his automobile.   '  Trouble.? asked a bystander.  .,  Soint, was the laconic answer.  Wr&t  power cr-r is it?  Forty-horse, c-xnic tlie answer.'  What seeir.i, to bo tho matter with  u.'.  Well, from the way she acts I should  say that thirty-uno of the horses W3i">  dead. '   .  Jenks'and the Abstemious Floh, ;  Say, said Jones lc Browii/you told  me that- young -Joules drank" like a  fish. *.        ��������� -**'    ;  So he does.      ...-'_. .  But I have it oiVtlio^est_aii_thority_  that .henover.touches' ,1, drop 0'-. liquor"  Well,, neither does a fish!    :  , A Cure for Fever and Ague.���������Disturbance of llie stomach 111 ' liver always- prooedo attacks of fover and  ague, showing derangement; of tho digestive .organs and deterioration in  the. qualify of the blood, . ln theso  ailments Parmeloe'c Vegetablo Pills  have been found most effective, abating thb fever and subduing the ague  in a few days. ' Thero'nre many who  nre s-ibjcct t:> theso distressing disturbances and tc theso there is no better preparation procurable as a moans  of relief,  , How the Minister Is Treated  Ouce upon a time a manager asked  George Ado if ho had over been tiikon  for a .nlnlslc".  No, replied Ado, bul I ..e.vo boon  treated llko 0110  "o\v was r.'.nt?  1 havo boon kepi wnltlns for my salary six or seven months.  Kdmonton, Alberta, Can. ��������� " I think  It iB no moro than right for mo to thmik  you for whnt your kind advice and Lydin  13.1'inlclinm'sVeffo tablo Compound liavo  dono for mo.  ���������'When I wrote to you Rome time ngo T  was ft very Hick woman BufTorin**- from  female I roubles. I Imd orrfnnlc iiiflnm-  mntinn nntl could not stand or wall: nny  dlHtanoo. At Inst I wns confined to my  bed, nnd lho doctor Hnid I would Imvo  to go through an operation, but this I  roiWd to do. A friend nd vised Lydin 13,  Plnklinrn'A Vegetable Compound, nnd  now, after using throo bottles of It, I  feel like a now womnn, .1 most heartily  recommend your medlclno to nil womon  whosuffi-rwlth femnlo troubles.  I Imvo  ������!r,n  -I .,���������.������,���������,   T ...1!.,    *;i    TH, 1 I i      T ���������  I'M**, nnd think thoy nro fine. I will  never bo without tho medicine In tlio  hou8o."-MrH, Frank Emhlky, 003 Columbia Avunuo, Edmonton, Alberta.    .  His Preference  A certain Islnnd In tho West Indies  is liable lo tho periodical advont of  earthquake**. t Ono year boforo the  season of these terrestrial disturbances Mr. X, who,.lived In tlio danger  zone, sont his two sons to tho homo  of a brother In Knglanil, to secure  thom from tho Impending luivbc, ,  Evidently the -.pilot of tho staid  Rngllah hotiHohoi; wns dlfilurbod by  Uio two young Won'; Indians, for tho  returning nml: Htonmrr carried a mos-  engp to Air, X, brlof bul omplmtlc:  ���������Horo nro your boys; Bond mo Iho  earthquake.  Minard's Liniment Curec Coldo Etc.  Cause and Effect  Now, Harry, askod tho Sunday-  school toii'-hor, wh,'- numt wo do before our sins l..mi lie t'orglvon?  That's onuy, repllo.l Harry, Wo  must sin,  The Real Question  My :������):, said tlio father Impressively; 'nippoHo I olior'd bo taiton away  fl.iddPiily, what would becomo of you?  Why, said the son Irreverently, I'd  slay bore; tilt- quoHtlon is, what would  bOvOino of you?  Tlia Other Cmc.  Lctttuco, Is-eb.���������".lu������,ialter mymnr-  ringo my loft sido begun to pnin mo nnd,  tlio pnin got so novoro nt times tlmftjfc  suffered terribly with it I visited threo  doctors nnd each ono wnntod to opornto  on mo but I would not.consorit to nn op-  rrationl   I Iionrd of tho good Lydin E.  Pinkbnm'n Vogotnblo Compound wns  dofng foV others nnd I used sovcrnl hot-  tk'8 of it with the result thnt I linven't  been bothered with my sidd.'sinco then,  I nm In good henlth nnd I hnvo two littlo  rirlf������.M."-Wr<������.R.n.Cmr.D,Ppntrlee,Ncb,  W. A. U. 983  ���������        That Made n Difference  Sho���������No, (Joorgo, I nm afraid I cannot marry you, I want, a man who  possesses a noblo ambition; whoso  heart, In* hoc on nttnlnlni- Boinn hlrrh  and worthy object.  Ilo���������Wi'll, ilun't I want your  Sho-:Oh, Cloorgo! I am yourii!  t J Mfii* One Chance  You,,wil1-'very littlo, Mr, Smith, said  il. ...  I  I      .      .  ,,.!,.    I        .....        ������������������',>>.,       .  *...*.    .,.>*,. ......    .-\l).f     \t>    ������..\,    iM.-..ll<U   JOSH',1  ,who Imd boon Invlted-to Hlmro tho fam-  ���������Ily Christmas dinner.  Yes, replied he, and for onco ho  flaw a ohrinco and, cranpln-, hiu courage, hi, said: Tt sit noxt to you, Miss  Grace, io to Ioso one's appotlto.  .Where .he Senator. Drew ,tho Line "  Soon after tho convening bf a now  session of Congress \ the announcement was mado of tho approaching  marringo of Alison G. McCook, thon  Secretary of the Senate. ..'A' subscription *���������*��������� waa * Immediate":���������.-started'  among tho=Sen,ttori.'foi' tho purchase  p(, a .wedding , present; ahd ' two or  threo promlnout Senators volunteored  to collect themo-:oy. Senator" X,  ono of the richest men in the Senate  at that time,* was i,n& 0f theso.   "'  Booing a new Western member Senator* X went to him ..nd said:  Senator Sloourn, I want vou to give  mo-twonty-flvo dolhrs. ���������  What for? demanded tho now mom-  ber., ���������  . For McCook's wedding present, ox-  plained Senator X. ./*  I'll soo 'you about it tonu,rrow, nns-  werod Mr.-Slooum.-wIth a scowl:   -  ���������All right, said Senator X, aa ho  walked away, but don't forgol it.  Senator Slocuni watched him until  ho was out of hearing, and Ihon, turning to his colleague, remarked angr  rlly:  Woll, l'vo hoard ot cheeky things  in my life, hia 1 tit man beats all.'  What do you think? H0 just asked  me-to give him twenty-f.vo dollars to  buy a wedding present for hia cook.  Magic "Nervi!ine,,~    .  Stift Neck, Lumbago  Any Curable Muscuiar or Joint Pain is  ������.   Instantly Relieved by Nerviline1  Get  Trial  Bottle  To-day  .Yoirdou'i hav. to wai:'all day to  get the kink out of a stiff neck if you  rub on NerviLhe. And you don't,  need to go around complairing about  lumbago any more. Yoi'* can : ab  cucli things'���������.\7ay very c1u;ckly^ with  Nerviline. "It's the grandest liniment,  the quickest- to penetrate, 'the speed-,  iesl to ease muscular pain bf any kind;  ~ On- twonty-flvo cent trial bottle of  Norvllino will cure any'attack or lumbago or lamo. back This has .been  proved a thousand limes, justj'as'it  was in the case'of Mrs. 13. J. Grayden,  of .Caledonia, wlio writes:���������"I,wouldn't think of going to bed 'ti., ut'knbw-  ing we had Nerviline. in. tho. houso. I  have used, it, or'twenty'odd .*?ars ahd  appreciate its valu. as a family, remedy "more'and more every-day. If, any  of the chlldrei. gets a'stiff nock, Nerviline cures quick'y.'* If iLis earache,  .toothache, cohl' or. the , Jiost.' soro  throat*,,Nerviline is always'my standby. .My'husban'd ince cured.himself  of ,*i frightful, attack of lumbago ��������� by  Nerviline, and for a hundred ailments  that turn'up. ln a larg-afan.ily Nor.vl-  l'uo is "by "far-the best'thing to havo  ;abimt���������you���������'*'*���������.' "     ������- i :     ��������� ���������*  That Was the One .' ,  Father was on the warpath when he  came across Willie.In nn odd corner of  lho garden. - Willie, he' demanded,  aavo you enttn any ot,those pears I  left in the cupboard.... -  Pa, replied Willie, I cannot toll a lie.  I have not touched-one.', . -*,���������*  William, senior, eyed William, junior. Then how is it. asked the par-  ent, Uiat I foii-i' theso threo cores in  your bedroom, and thore is only ono  pour in the cupboard?  ��������� Fiilhcr, said*-Willie,-calculating the  d st'.uco "to the gato, that's the one I  didn't touch.  His Orders  Mike had just, been m:u", ���������< foreman  of the scetio.i ." ng, but ho knew tho  respect duo h.*) rank.  Fiuncgan, he said Bternl*- to an nrgu-  montntlvo assistant, 01*11 hov nothing  out jf yoz but silonee���������and mighty  Utile of,that!  GIN PILLS  are just as good  _     ^ for the Bladder  ns they aro for tho Kidneys. If thero ia trouble.In rotainihg urhio-if  yoa have to got up three or four t Iracs or of toner during tho ni������ht���������i������ tho  nrlnoishobana soalding-Gin Pills will quickly rollovo tbo trouble:  ! ^������'Vc?Urrrt������ ^ b!?*l0y? ftnd ���������>������-l"������-������ irritated bladder.    50c. a box  o ior 53.50.   At all dealers or Rent ou receipt of prico.  iy Sample free if you meution this paper, l8+.  ���������VAT10NAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., OF CANADA LIMITED.      .  ������* TORONTO.  ^sa^sts^messmmtmsm'H  ���������  The Effect of Moonlight  '  It was n't 'he senshoro and the* woro  sitting on tho bo.ich while tho moon  shone   .beautifully    oil  'the    surging  waves.  What offect does full moon liavo upon the tide? she asked, looking sweetly up Into his face.  None, ho replied, as he drew closer  to, her,-but it has considerable effect  upon the un-tieil:     '���������  , " I : ' And It Waa '  '���������*.-.  A teacher recently received the following from tht molhor ,'bf an absent  pupil: ���������  Dore mam,, pleaso eggseuse Willy.  He didn't havo hue one pair of pants  an' I kpp him' home' to wash thom and  Mrs. O'toolo's goat come and e.t. them  off, the line, r.nd that 'awt.to bo ,egg-  scuso onuff," goodness noso. Yours  with' rewpock,        '. Mrs! 13.'  Co-operation  Say, Doc, said tlio brawny scrubwoman, yer got! In' pertygood thing  .out' o' toridin' iluu rich' Smith boy,  ain't yor?*' la   .*  ,W6ll, said-tho doctor,"secretly amused, I get a pretty good feo, yes. Why?  Woll, Doe, I 'opes yer won't forglt  that my Willi, threw tlio brick'-that 'it  'Ira.  EDDY'S  "2in l" and "3 in 1"  ������������������������������������������������������ i    '*���������**--*��������������������������� i        -*������������������-���������      ��������� *"*���������      W + *ml  Washboards  tnti  at good ������������������  Edily't  Matchet  No other \V������ahboard������ hav* tt*  ilno crimped by cue method peculiar to EODY'8 Washboard*.  Tliii. patented procoti ollmlnatM  tlm danoer ol torn , llnen������<~th*  abuie of handt���������th* unplcaaantnau  of wnsh-day.  It anurei comfort and economy to  tlio   oroat-itt    Oagraa.    Inattt    (M  EDDY'S. ������������������  And it Probably Would        ' ''  This advertisement recently appeared in a. Western paper:  ^Wanted���������A man to 'undertake the  sale-of.'a nevr-patcnt nieu.cine. The  advertiser guarantees that it will be  prolitable to the undertaker.  A' Useless Extravagance  Young Sandy returned homo from  the fair with a barometer which ho  had purchased and. which ho showed  to liis mother with much pride, explaining that il was a machine for  telling when it's going '.i rain. ���������  Losli me,-- exclaimed tlio "good dame,  sic an extravagance. What for d'aj  ye. suppose' a niereifu' Providence gied  yer. fey ther the rheumatism? ,  --     Iri Search of Information  Donald and Jeanio were putting  down a carpet. Donald slammed the  ond of his thumb with ho "hammer  and began to pour forth ..Is soul in  language befitting tho occasion.  Donald, Donald! shrieked Jbanlo.  horrified, dinna, swear' th:.t way.  Wiimmuin! vociferated D.-mald,'gin  yo know ony bettor way, now is" tho  timo to lot mc- know il.  First Aid to tne Teacher  Little Tommy hnd spoilc liis first  day at school,  What did you learn? ho was asked  on his return homo.  Didn't learn noihlng.  Woll, what   Id yc i do?  Dldn.'t do nothing! A woman wanted to know how to spoil 'cat' and I  told hor.  Hia Letter  A Hoollon foreman on a railroad was  ordorlng a list of supplies. Ilo had  oomplotod his lnltrr whon ho found  ho was n -"oil of a 'frog' for a switch,  so IiIh letter rar, as follows:  Mr. Supervisor,  Dear air,���������You will please ship mo  somo pick handle**, spike mauls, splkos  ar.d wronohoH.  Yours truly,  Pat Hogtin, and a frog,  What the c'unctlcn Really Wan  13tl.oI Fhirrymoro wan Inviting her  friends to a ';lrthday 'party.  There'll bo a birthday cako, I snip-  poso? Homo oro askod.  .'oh, there'll bo a cnlco, novor fear,  was  'io reply.  And candles, of courso? wont on tho  ('UOHtionotv  M> frlond, snlil MIhh Ilurrymoro, HHh  Ik to bo a birthday purty, not a torch'  light procession.  vVhu;i Truce Wat) Called  Visitor-Didn't I   seo, you   coihIuk  from your neighbor's Ju     now?      I  thoughc you and   nho   wore   on   bad  terms.  HofllPHB-r-Wc nrt. wo don't apeak to  each other. Wo do, howovor, hook  each other up.  Tie Uses of n Quarantine Sign  louring a dnn.,*ro*is opldomlo in n  small Western town ovory Infected  house was put under quarantine. Aftor the dlsoiiHo luul boon ohookod tlin  health oiilccrH woro taking down tlio  (it;.'it',Hitiii*u hlHiuv, wlit'ii an >iM ii'*'.,i.-.->*>  protrstod bitterly nguliiHl their action.  Why, Annttc, said nn olllcer, why  don't you want mo to tako that nlj'n  down?.  Well, ������ah. vat iho ronlv, dov nln'l  bo'n n lill colloctali ne-;li dis houso  coneo dnt -Jign won* up. You nil ������ot  It alono.      ,���������  Plenty of Room  A yoiuiR grndunlr In law wrod. to a  prominent prnntltlornr In ArkaiiHas to  iurjuiro what chnnco there was lu th.'.'.  fiction.  ��������� I nm n HejmbllCsin In politics-, he  wrote, nnd p.u honoil yotiri-af lawyer,  In a few dayfl ho received this ro-  ply: If you nro n Hopubllonn lho gnmo  Iawt* here will protiot you, and If ynu  are nn honoHt lawyer you will have no  competition.  At a r'el-gious .festival ������li. the middle ages a child was gilded all over.to  represent a golden imago*of a saint.  Uo (V rl in a'few.hours. Why?"  ���������The pores ol t'"e skin ware .clogged  with the mateiinl used for gilding. au:l  he was poisoned by tlio imp.rities of  his own" blood, which, wore prevented  from getting ou1 "through* the skin,  This1 Is a good .lustration of tho  offoct of pore-ologg.ng powder on tho  L">neral health, and should bo understood most particularly by * -mothers  vho aro accustomed to use powders  for chafln;; and irritation of baby's  skin.   .     '  Tho action of Dr. Chase's Ointment  lb entirely different, because \z is absorbed by th-.. skin, Increases tho activity of tho pores, and whllo relieving itching ml Irritation, It innk-H  tho skin soft and smooth, Its mtir-  vellous healing proportion aro a revelation, to persons who use It for /.lie  first time, a.id it cannol provo other  than beneficial to tho most tender  skin.  L.  FARMERS  SYLf-'JC-jy mstk6 ���������ur** ������-" "Jetting tht hlghoat . prleea fo? WHEAT. OATtL  ttB������B?n$!it,lL*X''& ���������������������������IPPlnB th-tilr c������r loU to FORT WIUUAM *Ei  PORT ARTHUR and having them aold on commlaalon b"        "���������"���������"*������������������������   ���������������**������*>���������  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELU-KNOWN    FARMER8',AQENT������    .  ADDi*.E38 700-703 Y.t GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  ^Frank Daniel's Expensive Sunset'  In tho'early part of Frank Daniel's  career be w,\s one of a company'touring the small towns but business had  been vory. poor and meals correspondingly .light'. The only silver streak ln  the cloud was that' the' house at" Tl-  cc'ndcroga'm'd been entirely sold out,  and when any ono.looked longingly at  anything or cxprcsssd a desire for n  good 'feed' tho others would,-, say  Wait (ill we get. to Ticondergo.'  They reached there just after tlar'  ,ar.d a beautiful rosy'llus" filled'ih  western sky.  Ah me!  said Daniels to the stag. -.  driver, the sun may   .set    iu    othei  places, but never'as il does here. Scr,  that sunset glow���������    ���������  Sunset nothing, growled the driver;  that's the new opry house burning  down!     , '* -,,   '   *   ,  v   In Confidence to the Oysters  .Mark Twain was i   a'restaurant one  day  and, found...himself next to  two  young mer. who woro putting /on   a  gre_at_jnany_air's   and   ordering*'   the  Not Enough for Him  T'"vory ono who has visited St. Paul  and Minneapolis knows thore is n decided fooling rf rivalry between theso  two lnrgo, growing cllk,., A speaker, addressing an audience nt St. Paul,  spoke of lho reckless drlvliv.? of motor oars that ��������� that timo was prevalent In Minneapolis and expressed the  hope that St.. Paul would not. folio*  tho example cf her rival city,  Why, said the sp-uuker, I have heard  that somo lour or flvo Inha'Hants nro  kll'.od In Mlniii'iipolltt by nutoiuobiloH  ovory weolc.  And to his amazement from eho audience ciirno a voice: Wa'al it ain't  inni.gh,  An English firm wnH prosecuted boforo iho highest oo,,ri for 'dwindling  and unfair h.-Hl:-,0Br, doiillngti.  In r.cqulttlnf,' Ihem tho Chiof Juslico  said with groat -ovi-rlty: Tho cvldunon  proHontod Is r.ot rpilto suniel i... to convict you, bur if any ono wishes tn  know my opinion uf your mutliodn I  hopo thoy will com;������ to me,  Two ilay'ti nftnrwnnlB the firm's nd-  ���������ortlsotnoni i.ppeaiod In all tho London .hipors with tho following well  displayed: Uofcronco, by special per-  uibtHlon, tho IjOt-d ('hlet Jiihtlco of  l'higlnnd,  What He Wanted  I'm vory sorry, Mr. Dixon, suld tho  ulrl to the young man who hnd naked  If h*" w'l'ht iiV" b*-**r !v. ! *��������� ".'i>**sr A  tho dnncn, but I've proinli-od to v'o In In  Hiippor with si ino ono olso: but I'll introduce you -o a vory liundnoino and  clov..r girl.  No, ropliod tho disappointed young  nan  disconsolately   I don't, want a  ll'l ���������- |1i,f-***r* ���������**     n n fl    j-l*"!!',!-*-    r.tfl ���������     1     tt   .. *- '     -���������  ' **   ��������� '   *        ���������-*'-���������>        <��������� - ���������     ^������������* - j     a     ���������"> ���������*���������������- v   J ' lm  /   "'"  "  Little picture*- leave me cold:  ll'a  the grand big cnnvnBHos tlmt I llko.  You'ro nn nrt crulc?  Not 15 a frame maker.  Try   Murin������  Eye   Remedy  ���������U you havo Ked, Wuuk, Watery iOyed  or Grnnulatcd liyeHdii, IJoesu't Smart  --SoothM Eyo Pain. DrufCRl-st9 Sell  Murine Byo Kenedy. Liquid, 2&, 50c.  Murlnft Kye Salvo in Aseptic Tubes,  25c,  50c.    Kyo Jtoolcn 1'reo by Mail.  . **������ *ro Yoola Ovxt tai Ail tr������<* iiul Mn* Cata  Murine  K.'-r*   rt������-o.lr  Co.    Chtr.'���������'���������  vaitors ,nb.out in c. most impressive  fashion. * One of them gavo an order  and lold the waiter to inform the cook  whom it was for."'" "Yes,'"sald~tlie "other,  better tell him'my name, loo so as to  make certain of its being (ill right. '"  Mark, who hated swapger, called tho  waiter and said in ���������> loud voice: Bring  me . dozen oysivrs, and whisper my  namo to each of then,  Excelsior  Life Insurance Go.  ���������Assets      % 3,500,000.00  Insurance 18,600,000.00  Absolute Security Fjor '  Policy Holders ,  Excelsior Policy Forms Approveil by Doinintoa  , , Insurance Department ��������� *  *-r0,������������r?������5S}os ap-*,,y t0 Provincial omccs a* ���������  7SSSE?ISfc- EDMONTON,     SASKAIOOI^ ,  VAJMCOTJVEK, or Head Offlco. TORONTO  A DANGEROUS ANIMAL.  The value' of a bull Is Jn-  crcaecJ and Ibe danger, cllralnatod  by ciittlns.off bin boms with a  KEYSTONE DEH0ENER. Uadine  cattlemen and rancbnvi endorse it.  Write for . bookl-*! 'G * R.,'H.  M'KENHA, S19 Robc-it Slreet, T������-  Toronto, Can.  1   ' , --ATENT.S      ',."'',  Patont'Your Ideas/" No delay',* and w������  Nyill soil ytor you |f _the ,IUgit__lia3_mG_rlt_.  Ho Was Right  Hobby, said 'the Simday-achool  toncher, can yon tell mo the two  things necessary to baptism?  Yes'm, said. Hobby; water and a  baby.  HEALTH FOR* BABY  ���������������������������v:  To keep th- baby healthy and  strong his littlo stomach must bo kopr.  sweet and his bowels working regular-  ly���������thnt is iir. secret oflionlth in Uttlo  onoo. The mother who keeps a supply of Ilaby's Own Tablets in tho house  can fool reasonably sure thai hor llltlo  btios are Kolu*. tc oscapo tho rosnlts of  childhood nllr.ionts, for Ll o Tablets Instantly rollov and cure such troubles  ub constipation, indiRosti ���������*i, colds, colic and worms by roKiilntlm*; the slo.n-  ich and howol.i, Concornlng them  Mrs. Jtts. n*j,'oel,o, Cnelio Hny, Ont,,  wrltoH: "I lu,v used Haby'ti Own Tub-  lots for thi"'a years' and . *,vo always  found them lie best roniAly for lltlh  onos." Thoy nro sold by medlclno  dealers or by nihil .'it 2t" cents a box  from Tho Or.,^Vili::.m(-' Medicine Co.,  Uroekvlllo, On������.  flh.'ldron Biifl'orlng from warmFPBoo  show tlio 'lymplomH, am, .niv toother-  ������im detoct tho prosor.oo of thoso par*  isllofl by tho wrU'.'.ugn and frolflng of  th.- vhlld, Until nxpelled .* ml tho t-ylitem ol.'iirod of thom, lho hlld enn-  not roRitiri '-t������ lionlth. Mlllor'n Worm  Powders nro prompt and olnelont, uot  only for the orndlcallon of worn***,  l'tit 'iIho as n tone' up for chlldron  that nro run down In consofjiionco,  Tut, Tut  Sho frowned on bim and enllod ht'ii  A A ,,  HociiiiHe, in fun, ho merely Kr.  And then, "-. uplto,  The followl.ig t.Ight,  Tho luuib'lity Mr. Kr, nr.  Yen, nald CloorKO, 1 lold ..or I won  golilg to kins hor onco for every stop  of lho way.  What did nlio sny?  Got awful tnnd,     lint f noticed thnt  t.\ n   n'cvn   l>f-   lmbb'r.   n' '������������������(  Kotxt sl:etcli Tor free c-report. Inrbnna-  tlniv* on* patent and list of ��������� inventions  wanted meed freo.   *  J.' A." MACMURTRY'^i CO'Y,  Pttent Attorneys  154 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada,  Don't  all  thoso  papers  mako you  tired? askec the kindly .'isi.osed man  of tho little newsboy'who was struggling along undo? a lutgo load of evening papers.     ^ '  Naw, roplitd the*.newsboy with su-'  promo contempt.     I can't -ea'd.    .  SMlohM  the  family  remedy  for  CoukIib  and  Cold*  Small  dose.    Small bottle.    Best idnce 1870.  Getting/o Knov,  flow's Wilbur getting r.long wllh Jilr*  now automobile? askod Brown.  Finely, said Wlll.-ir's friend.. He's  got. ko now that ho can almost toll  what's tho matter when it won't go.  Onfioy had bein ill more than a wcolc  when his wift mot Mrs Murphy on the  street and tho following conversation  ensued:  Mrs. Casoy, nnd how Is your husband goltln' r.long? naked Mm. Murphy.  Ah Indado, Pal. Ia a- -very sick man,  snid Mrs. Casey.  Hiiro, nnd wha'. in (lie mntlor with  him? 'n.-nired Mrs. Murphy.  'TIs tho gaiiRrouc," tlio doctor tolla  lib, Mrs. Murphy, ���������  Ah, that's hnd, said Mrs. Murphy;  bill let's praise tho Lord for tho color.  Minard's Liniment Cure* Distemper  Thev Didn't Meet  .'. minister in u iiinnll Western tow.i  tiurpitt-od his audience one   undiiy by  .       r   ..      ... ��������������� r .������,  ,s*- p,   *.-*.   ������.....**.* ...p,   ,.j,..^.   .,u,.,   ...  pulpit.  The leguki- poshIoi. of lho Honkoy  Club will bo bold nn umial aftor the  service. Menibera will lino up Just  ou.side iho (",oor. t.inko n-iruirkB uud  Htare nt tbo ladies vlr.. pnss, ns Is  (lir-lf OIlHtfim.  Tho club u,.r.n". rnoct that Sunday,  A New Answer to i.'n Old Question J  WL'nt would hnpprn If nn Irr-naUtlblo j  force m.t nn Inunc^ablu, body? naked  the profi'usor of *.(.1< nee. |  Thr ri'fittlt. roplln" tbo pretty coed, j  would V KijH.o ii-jy iiitcrci'tiiiK by-pro- i  Ann  Let the  Breakfast Call  menn a dish of crisp, golden-  brown  Post  loasties  served with a sprinkling of  sugar nnd some rich cream.  This delightful fogd made  ui ciiuicC tiiUiitil SrfC*t41*-"-fltlKCU  and loaflted���������"is ready to  serve direct from the package.  Just the thing for breakfast, lunch or supper, winter  or summer.  A try tells why!  Toasties nre ?o!d by gro-  eer8---cvcry where,  Cnnnd.nn Immuii* Cereal Comprin*  l.lu     '\'I'.,,-J.r   Cit "SWWW
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m ��'
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.���shtrsg   Company^ *
j,;npor will not.hold -itsi-li'
..-i'i.'.*.! for the opinion's of otli-
;..���*��� iiv-y ap|u>av in Its columns
ti.ii.* to time.
P.)) A*
/on a licksof. to take and
\"JTICi> i*. h-ivt.y i-ivca  that I-'-qm-
;.*. ,i-.ir,.V.�� .1 A\ i V- \ V > I" l<_ t: 01?
AT tiiUMBERLAND.     ���
1.-1101" Tyson deceased, ".intfstato, '
IN THE MATTER of tin* *'0M-
'.*.inl Administrators Aet,,J     ��� *
TAKE NOTICK thnt by or<W
of His Honor Judge ]>nr*k��-*r,
mado tho Dth any of' Novombui*.
llHtf, I was appointed Adminis**-
t ni to r of iho listuto of tho abbvo-
niotitionfd.dticwisod, nnd nil paij-
lios liijviuu cliiitm-. against tho
etib'.te i��i't- hereby  required to
"""   "   1 I
lunuHi PHino.   propv-T-)'
���'..'*; A A-��n(iiii.i-  K.iiU-ny, ��.f   Victoria, j ()L.c..m!,uV, ]{'i3
���'  v/i-l ii  ;>';.- f r a livo:.'*." to take nnd ���
:- ' OO.Or.O pii'-loiiH  \n.r '1] Ium1.-, cf -valtr
'...f Tlui:. v*. Cr.'��l ,  ���.< l.t.-h ib��vs is   ��
.-..,1,1; 'K-  dir o i-m   throiuh   NoM-oaatl-t
* V*ii *'��   n 1 . i) ��� i k ml i Stnjilb of Gcor-
..!   n.i -3 mi., nnt  if  i'.'.f,'  Quidiunni
".. ������ r '��� h.- water wi 11.�� tliv ��t.*d nl "',!'X>"
���. *",.>n  frnm   lad'AMy ir-i.lv. ill ba lis-.d
,j* ���*���!* r.i rai'.\vi*.y \-u ���*���*:��������� ^ on Uio l��ud
..,-���! ..oil iu. ljL'iilway RL:: ��� <���(" Way.   Tiii.-
������. :i ��������� -..-i*- pasted /j*1 .Hiu Rroit-d on   the
���-.' ���'->��� of A ji-1. lil Iii      The ;M*1'J-Cil*-*'''
>   > .��� t'akA .'ti Uii; oti'uu if tl.e Watti* U>-
\l* i, ^ V'utoiv.', B. CI.    Objections may
, 5 b'.-d w-.ih Ihouaki Wa��r ilsconler <r
.-Jlil-K! y-a'ptfil-r <f Water Right*?,
?..'���" r-u-.i.t lin Kti n��, Vic'.rii H. 0.
���...-*..J'.''.nllJ..T ^JS'AtfAIMO liAHAYAY
H. E   CISASLKy  '
.... " ' r.iy7
to mo on or bid'oro tho 18th day
AND nil pniv
tics* intlcbtod to snid o*.-t'nU*, nro
required to pay tlie amount of
their indebtudnoss to mo forthwith.
Dated this llth day of Novom-
het-; 1018.      '   -
W, \Vi\su\V Wim.ari),
Ollicial Administrator, *
Otimburlimd, V>. C*.
'V -.-* j7y>.
���'At'A IAT-ESC1-' TO TAKli AND
U.SE W.iTliU.
'''J'J'ICi-J. \k hereby jiven-thai Ksqui-
;*,-i i- ���.": Rjin-iico Uiilw y, of Yicturia,
.*;. C .wi i.H>'.'ly f ir a 1 c iioo to fake and
..,:'���*' 1 '..'0.000 gill- ns ����� r L'i luiura, of water
""I of ���'aiuiy i. rsik, whioliflo-vs in a nor-
ili'.-vli'i i eetio.i ihr.ingh Ko rcasik Dis-
t'.'usn i��!i-l im-jiie-i nit*1 I> ep 11.,-y, uoar
J.t-.s-i-wo 1 C-'cek* Tlio wiit-.-i- vr'dl b* divor
i.d .ii 2150" i-p tream fr.>nv Uailw.iy  ar.d
"OF N AN Al MO   110LUEN
Mu'^n deRPiised, intestate, who
died ul   Cuniberhxtid, li. C.   pn
Juno 25th 1013.
IN THE MATTER of tho  ������Ofii-
cinl AdminiBtrntorsAot.'''
TAKEIN'OTIOE that by order of His Honor .Judge Bark or,
math) tho 5th day of November,
1913, L was appointod -Administrator oi tho Estate ojr' tlio" tthovo-
meitionbd deceased, and all pur-
tioS having clainis agninst ��� the
said estate tire dieroby rt'cinirad to
���   -j 'J.
furnis'i   same,   properly  voritied,
to mo on or bofOfe the l3tli of De-
1 ' ��� i1
not, yoa had bettet-
wdl l.o used f,.i (.Vjncrul ilv.Uv*'y parpOiCS
-i^ulliaJaijd_dcticiibod aa Railway lligbt of I
W y,   Ths u,-.tico wis 'p..st:pd on    theJ"coIT7l)ei\���l"91"3"     A"*tH.-)���uli-pai't-Jes
jjronoa on tha S-d d.y cf April, 1913. ji,u|ebtcd to said   estate,   ar
tT.-AB WATKU.   .
XOUOB is horiiby ��ivca tlvit K-q��i-
,;ndl k K.ra:ii!iio Kiiihvay ni Victoria,
il (L will 'l-i'-.y far u lico:ic-- to liiio nnd
fi-ij 10(),00^'.;i*)l.ititi pf-y-i houw, ot w/ilrr
puc of Hiuduu (J-i'iiii, which tlowii in a
*. o:'t,i.��r!*y ikiri.itii :���: Uirui*.-;h Ntlaoii Uirj- I
Iriil :\m1 tniplws i.ito 'dnyno Sound "-u-nr
i i t'.bjo llivcr. Tlie -ivxt'tv will \m dive**t- (t
j-u ll(W"ep��trOiUVt. frnui llahvcy and v; 11 ba
iinl'<1 for Woiicinl Hull way -mi pot V3 o�� ths
f n<l ilc-jcribcd ivi tvEl.vny .right nf way Ihu
���vuicfl wan posited on A u (-round on thfl
3r*l day of Apiil, liU.,1. The appllcr.Uia
���.( i 1 liu lilul in
Dated this llth. day.of jSToytm
, -   -- ���, i'e-
���Tri�� arp'. c*.fciiii will Vio tiled in the office '     ���-.,.���-       ,i .    c ..   ���
.     *�����,    ���   ������ ,      .-n. ,   .   -o 0.-l quired to pay the r.metint of their
i.i tho Water li.cord* v nt Violorn, B. C. t J '   J
^.Tjjof.oi.8 ra.y. bo lihd W:th tho said' iiidobtwhu'Ss to mo forthwith, '
��� Water JT-ecordor i.r ��ith tho Coinptiollf-ir
.-���t  \V.ittr Hirfhts, -Pirliamorit Bu Idiuas,
Vi-'-ori*. UO.'
ll IF*. D'pAGLliiY
A gen 6
Apllif my"
ber, lUlo
W. WKbi.KY Willard, ���
0{Himal Ad ini nisi vator,
���   Onmlioi'himl,
JiS3LEi^afid Hotel, and in Bottles at alf the Hotels ^~^
A Most Healthy, Beveridge   and   made
from;"-the PITEEST   of Malt and Hops:
IN TIIE MiVTTO of Dani.d 0'-
OoppJI,.i1fo- kniiwn  bh ,Daniel
John C'Caaiitill, docoaec), intes-
t a to, who died at Otiiio Ccmmer-
ell, Iltipori District on January
���" AND
,lN,r HIS MATLTli;it of the -'OCncitil
Admiiijotriitora Act."
TAKE, NQTIOKJ ihnl hy outer of :
Hia lloiwr  .Indgo Uarke.v, mude
the Gih dny af November, H>1!3, '��
Y/-.18  f.p^voiiitei'r   Adrainii't.rfttor of
ihu Kptrt',ftof the nhove uii.tuio-ieil
ca^-r^P^Tj^n^m ^^-^^-^^.TOassii^^ .
A*itli .hi C iiii[it,i-.illjrr of U'lVrr Kii'litii,
V-i'tiuu.t-'.it Ii.iilriir.--i, Vjutniu, IJ, C-
\b k.
IS   THB''   MATT Kit OH*   John
S-jiui'h nh'O known t\*- John i-lmylh
dccoiai'd', jiiiwtiUn.  'vhu dltttl ivl
Uwri^ l-i^ud <Mi *uly 5, WIS.
iX'T-r^^MiATn*;!? nt th^'oawui
A;liiii,iiilv lixtor." A,*' J'-
���i'AKE NOTICE ihnl l.y  otdo;* of
!!!.* H'mv*-' '."1'-.'   ll-ir!?*>r, .t-nidn
vdllwlilul in  t!-.��, t-lSSoa nl tho Y/uU-r di'tOrtSt'd, nnd   Jvlf   pivrtkv huvirifj !
Uor-k-r, Viomrin, B.O.   Options mny cl.,iKjD nBMnst th��. imid ��8tat�� Jti'o i
1)0 filed with tlie k.v<1 WntirHorxii'.li.'*' nr ,      ,    ���   ''*."'.   .     -.       .  .
r ht'voby rc'rnircd to SurniPh   uami', ���
proper Jy vorifiiid, io mo on m* h*--p
foro lhe HiUi diiy of .Ouccmhci-.i
1(,)1S.   AN D all- pur.i*s imh'bied io (
(���Rid totrtto, ii ri*. rc^nirail to jiny tht \
ivrrtovt-nl o-! tlr^ir itiilcbu'rliui-u to \
mo fcvuhv.hK. t<
]>.it��d thia Uih, iUy of N-pv^m
bgr, UUIl
W, V/i-vkv Win.:..
O.O'.-i.a Adi.i'-... /.- ���
O'lmbv-rht' *
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i wan (ip^iintii1,- A'h-lltii-'li'ato--.
��� -��f tha E .uitw j! ilw ah'ivc-rACH-
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D..tcd ijiis la: day ������,1.0o:oljer*i9l8.J .  ������3������a������������fWJ^L... ... ��������� "-T-,1 ll������ II    l������ I HI������H������   NO HO IS is hwjljy yiven ttiaionihe.first  d iy of D.* - nSar -. nex* a'p-jlic^tioa will be"  mail.! ti> lhe Super'ntcmlu-t of lWvi-.fii.il  Police,- Victoria, for tha reuowal eft tho Uo -  telli-jHtiso to sail l.qiiiiia liy ,r<ftaii iu Uio  iliottil known >w*the,L .'rne hotu,'eitutucd'ai  ���������Comox, ������.C..:   .   .tJKqapB M.,13aki.ow  D^ted October .1, 1013.     ;"-   .'   \  ���������***>**t**-.'������l-*''**** -tMM-t-*������^A>  , NOTICE is Ijereby. given lhat on tbe  ���������first day of November I'v.3,. application  .will ;be made to ihe Superintend'*** ot  iPiwinrial.Police, for "a renewal of tho  wlu-lesalelicjujir license up-i-rilie -irem--  ���������jscs known ab J.oi 24', Subset-lion'..*, Nelson District, h ���������  lUusKNKi* .P������i*i-\\ ir*,**.; .Company'.  -iD.itcd October istj 1913  Union, Steamship Go. of B/G.  ���������;TttK-'S." s; COWiG UAN WILL SAIL'" AS XJNDElt-.'-'"  ,-NANAlnTG EiENMAN-lSUAND-UNJON' BAY-COMOXROUTE  " ,   ��������� . -���������'    Leayo. Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p.-m. '   * ���������''  '���������.    ''.-r        - Arrivo ^anai.uo;-at 11.80 p. in." * .  Arrive Union Day, Tuesday.G *-*. m.'   .*Le*ii3e"T.n������ ' ������.- -" '  Arriye Cpmav,* Tuesday. 8 a. m, ��������� Leav������ T-UHsdav,-U a?������i.     -'  Leave Nanabuo 0 p," m. Tuesday.   Arrive -dnconverJlaO^jn.  Leave Vancou ver-Saturday" 8.. pm.  Arrive   Kanahno," ino'p.ini  ���������AmveUiiion Jiav, Sunday .6 a.iu. Depart 5 p.m.. '       *      - -  Arrive ComoK, Swiday 8 a nu Depart 4p:ii*. *     - "  ,   bnbjeet lo'chaiige-without notice.  u*CK*-r������'f9nu-~ra-*v--t-kir-������Mucs'T  jiitHUCK ,is  liM������S*y .j-iviMi i.hnt t.ii lho  ������ir t tUy of Uoccmbor iiPxi'iii]>liiato-.M*il  ��������� bo made to "tiio Su|.-e -uitemldi.t".-! Provin-  ciil Polico, Vici.ii,i, f���������r ���������-. r< nuv.������l of tlio  ji-toi lu-euso t.������ s'������ll  ligu.irs by u-.UA   iu  Uio hotel known ni' llie' Union ln.tul. sit.-  :.wato 'nt >U.,i.iY,',*r>q.'  Jop N. M������Iir.o������  Dn ���������d'tho. lscil:iy:'f-f Oet(������b.;r,'-.l913  , N-rTiCB i's bar, by 1 ijiv'-ii, .'thatr-on -toe  -.firot day of r>-caml'ur next;.,appiso.tioa will  lie uijuU* to' UdSupari.itdii-io.ituf Pr.,vina:nl  I'olioi'i: Victoria fnr, tbo ^uuewal of tho lw>-  t<,4 lioouw'.to-null li������.i.ji������ by���������. reiail iu the*. ���������  Jb >tel known m the liv.ride hcjio!, situaeo  at Coui tonay, 1^. 0. .���������������: 11. Fi������nsjcii  ,  'jDiteiUctobir'l', 191.1.'.'   ���������' *    ,.'     -  Fiaancm! Statement of  Public m\& High Schools,  Cumberland, BX. 8913  UKOEIPTS  GovU grant to City... .������5087 05.  Gdv'rgr-iut to Camp...  l'OGS 25  15 00  o ���������  DRINK  rite  purest and best BEER, aud  ,   made ia Cumberland.  ���������-Igfo-ffj^^  jr.  N",  9  "KcLEOD  ������*������U*-^wnm >'w **\ -**p ������. ,  .JPEOPBrBior. '  NOTICE-i- uoitby rU'-m. th'-if, on tiie  ,fir������it (liy o-f ���������DsCOiiil*-i c n������!vt.vi,pli<ji>t*i in;������i'lie m-irle-to the SiiiJoni.i(..������ lent i-l!- Pr .vin-  dal I'ohce,' Victoi i;'j [or the ratio ������������������������;.! ot the!  .Iiotcl lioer.sa to������..li liqn .rt by ie'aii in VaY,  iiohl kneuv* as.tbo \V|V������u hoiiJj.^Uuated*  *t Uiiiou Bay B.G.     ' y -  Dated' October. ], 1913.  ������������������"-  NOTICE ii.here'.y giren tuiat on the;  ���������fi'-st day of Dacetn^erii ,?:t'������pi)lio������$i.m w.ll|  bi* made to*th-o-Su-jsrh,ier.iic.it* uf riovin-.  * Aiial Pqlioe, Viotorin, for Mi'e.reBewiU ot the,  Lo*.il Jioon-O/io.Bo'.l.'ii^sO:^ by i-efcJiiliu tlie  5io fl icno.vn as'tii ��������� Niil-.oi; !iO'..el, sitm-e i  .ut bi nion .Buy, B.C. ^ 'Sons Fiusiai.?  Dalai Gcfcoiior.lri:', l$i;i,y ' ������������������.'"-'  rI. lie.. -Cb.uritenkv' H o'te'l i  .*>.���������*    -   --:.    .   .��������� .---X    -- *    * -   ,  .-.t  K'y^r.y.vcoivvot-iien-oe -for-g-uests.-"- *  , *Tlie.Oenfcial..Hobil-for Sp'oi*.tsnion*\r  t\'o-.-i������!.but the. lkst-.bf^Vjpes"a������d ��������� Liquors-  ...      ...       *.?'.,',     *,  , ���������    ' ;  at ilie Iliw.   - '���������"    : " -* _      '  RATES.,.       REASONABLE  ���������John .Johnston,   Prop.  . IN TH E,COU NTY COURT -OF;  NANAIMO'HOLDUN AT  , N-ANA1MO.  ' IN.THE M'ATTKR QV William "  J-Iorbc-j't' Hatt-on   Uocenswl,' in  testate, lato of Uo arte miy, B C.:  A'NU-  ���������:ilNr $I-IE.M ATTlilt oljt'1-io ������'OIH.:  cii-il Ad������i*inii5trHtoi-t5 Act,,"  TA:K'F lNT'OTICli)  that by ,niv  r, ���������*'  <lor fit MU Honor Jndgo" liitrlcor,  tniulo on the 3ltli day of Keb  vnary, I'dr-I-,* I was appointed  Administrator ot' tlio Kslnto of tii*.-  abo.v.-j inon-tioncd (k't'onsnd, and nil;  jiiu.lioplinving'claim*; agniiiet. thoi  finid ortttilo nro liomiiy required to  fnriM-di i-'iiim-i, properly voriliod, to  ���������nio. on or boforo tho 13th dny of  March 101-1-, AND ' nil par-  -tioi' iijilubU'd .to said oeta'to, nro ro-,  "quirod to jmy tho Hiiiountot" thoir  iiulclit<(dii(-&a to mo lorthwilh.  Dulcil tl-iiii llth dny of Fobru  ���������ary'l'OM.  W, V/ksl-kt Waf.bAun,  OlUchil Administrator,  dinnbcrhuid, Ii, C.  HJ***tu*%nt* At*m**tr V**i rm*������*^-**'*������'r***lXa.Vt***aJ'i~MatBm.\  0. H TARBELL.  iv ���������m***m***t.i*m**i(*K*i m**\*e**'**m*m*n *m>-  English ,4 k BU71TON alwaya oa tap u'lvo, th* famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Aniiouasr, Bohcinisci, Sohltz, &o. "OLD 0REV BEARD,,",-  SCOTCH W'HISKY, Best Vmes and Liquors of ell kinds  Tho Hoardiu'g-and .lodging Oi-partme-tt, under tho (nunediato Euyenuteudeneo  w*ll bo tou- <i *?irst claaa in icery rc������*)t>t;t.  A-TBa,-  -.        '    , **i oo par day  ,. - ���������?  OLD KflWSPAI'KllS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFF JOE  brewers, .lined. uraiiis:  *   ' ;B<?lter,   Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Miiling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors'      * NANAIMO, B...G    v"  ���������M***-*Mt-nw^-������i>������-<-nij^"ifta^fc-w*^^ ..p^. tf  Y       'LIQUOU.-A0T 1*310.  Section 42.  _ N(������TJCB. Id -hcrtbv pi.veri thai  on lho-isi day of December t,*ext.  ii*pplicatioii will* bo .ui'de* to-the  Su'pei:inlen"deul of Piwiiuiial   po  %R3tlS  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  * mm y^mm^  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNBWS.  "Naff-Said."  i"CF"trr,TTiGenee~for"Tffi. sale, -of;  liqr.or liy .wholesale* "iiT- and 'np'on  the--remises ait in led in  the  town'  of-"-Courion������3*,  BrC.  known  and  doscribed'as Lola 30 nud 31,-"S������c-  lioifGl. v  Dnlo.'l this 1 iih day of Oo oUr  191IJ- ���������    *  '"'      *   -  UNION BllEWJNU-COMPANY  Lid.  John MiM'occhi, Munnger  Applicant  ''     LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Scciion 42.  NOTICE is hnrehy -given that,  on the I-it day of Doccmher next,,  iip-plication will be* nnulo lo tin*  Snperin'.ondent of Provinoinl Pol-'  ioe for ienew,-.il nf tho hotel Ijccnco  to Roll liquor hy retail in the ho'c'  known, as tne Muhis|.iiiii IIol(.dv  -i utUfl (ilLiind, in the Province of  Hr-itisl* Coin in bin.  i)n!ed this S-.h day of October,  1913.  -FIIED TIIU LIN  Apfilinant  ���������r-i* vn-m-r-* mM** i9vmmam*������***mMaw*J  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Awl ull  KITCHEN i'.UTENSILS  NOTfUE  It  * Sportsmens Goods  j nnd  I General Siardware |  fy\tt'^i0'**/*Jfy*f^^  "Violiu {Strings, Tnlkiii-? tnn-  cbiivt: nc-icllt'3 ftnd Victor Records  ���������for sale nt. tho'NewH office.  Don't   forget   to   place   your  ������������������#,*t older for printing wiiji ������s.  Anypoi'son ������r poiwin?, onltiiifj;,  romovinfj. or tnkiiifi; nny hliKike,  timhor or wood, of kiiv ���������doncriptiodn  jolotigin" totho Wellington Colliery C<)'y., ovfroin or off tho land  of the unid Ooinpnny, or miyone  tipjiiiigrubljish of any defuiriptioii  iinywherb - upon Uie iwrnpany'R  land will hn prodw.utod to thn full  extent of thclnw.  J. II. LOOIUIID,  , Cii-iiurwl M'tii.'igt'i',  Colliery Co,y.  NOTI013,  Riding oii locomotives and   rail  way cura of tho   Union  (tolliory  Company by any person  or  por-  Bons���������oxoopt. tain orcw--i,< t:tr!f*tly  prohibited." KmpioyccR  rre gub-  i������M todiHinit-Kiil for allov/iii}������  biiuj-  Uy ordor  Jf. R,  LOCKARD,  General Mairn^e .  JN TII 101 COUNTY   COUKT  OK  NANAIMO IIOLUKN AT  CUMIWiltU.N'l)  1N( TH-JS   MATTISU   of ThomtiH  Miniih, di centred, inio-tiilc. who  diud in Neltjon' Diriliiuton April  ���������iCr.hl    , ���������  AND  INTllKMATTKIljof tlw'Onioiiil  Adinini.-triUoi-n Act "  TAK10 NOTICE thnt hy order  nf Hit- <Ioiu>'\>'iid������o IJ'irker. mude  LIQUOIJ ACT, 1910.  Section -i'i,  NOTICE is heiehy |jiveii Hint,  on the l.������t diiy of Dwcii-l-cr imxt,  I'pplieuiion will ho in-id". to tin;  Siiperinlendi'iii of Provinci'.il I'ol  ice for reno.wt.l of tho I o'.ol liconci  *.o eidl Ihjnor by tetiii' in the holt I  known uB4th**. Willow-1 Hotel, hitn  ute at Campbell Ilivcr, in the Province of Briti-ih Cnlninhi.i,  Da ted this t-Sth dny of October,  1U13.  CHAR LICK THULIN  Applieiini!  Hi������h School fees  Spwiinl'Gov't grant..... 2500 0'������  Paid by/ City  of Mhmi- *      -   "'  borhmd   ...-.:..,..; HtlO Tl!  Total Rwoipis. .'...'S,iayj)-������ 9f5  ���������)*tr*>MWMNM**frA ^I* W  EXPENDITURE  Teachers' sabwies   SVTTio l*'i  Janitor   Scavenger   Tolegr mis, toloplmne.;  A. SLixwell, haulage...  Potter &,   Kirkbride..  CANCELLATION -OF RE-  ���������'.;- - SEI1VE.   ".  -   NOTfCE"iS-liEREr.y "GtVENi'lia-t  the reserre, the notice o-f-M\hioh appcar-  *:<-. 11 the 15. C. C.iz'jtie.on' the '271I1 d.iy  ���������>������' Dcoenil-er, i 5..J.7, is oncdledin so far  .is it ret'itcs 10 Uie   following   parcels of  lantl,-���������the W. 1 2 of the S. .K*.  1-4, the  S- W. j;4 ami the S. J 1 of, the   N.   \\l  i-.| west of the river in Scciion 4; die S.  'li-1-4. tlie S. E. 1-4 qf ilie S.   W.  1-4  and theN.-E 1-4 in Senior. 5: the S.  J -.'bof the S. E. i 4 in Section S; the S E.  'i-^, tiie S. W. j 4 iuul th'e'E.   1-2   ol the  N. E 1-4 in Seo.ion t6, ami   iho E.   t.2"  of ihe S. E j-4 iiiul N, 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, S.iywi.rcl Ois.rict, and  die N. E.(i 4 of the N. E.   1-4   in   Soc-  don 32; the N E 1-4 of lhe S Wt 4 and.  the N VV 1.4 ar.dN 1-2 of the N'E i 4 in  Scciion jj;Uje N 1-2 of tin:   N "W   1-4  and ihe N t-2 of live N E 1-4 in Scciion  T. U. Alcfinn, station  3tti"'-.iiui the 5 1-2 and N   \V 1-4 of the N  W 1 4 in Seaic-n 25,   nil in To.vnsl-ip 0,  S.iywiu-d Distiict.  The said lands will be open ftrentry by  pru-cni|-tioa 011 Monday, ihe 1S1I1 day of  M.iy '"'1 the hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon: all applications' In b-j made al the  office of the Government A^ent, Vancouver. No Pic-cinpiion Record shall  mclu.-ic h'iot loan 40 acres ofQi,uid'ex-  ccp:.incases nhcic it is desirable 10 in-  ���������clude final! fractional ponion.** oflegal  Subdivhions; mforin.nion in.which con  neciiod m.-.y be obtained from plans on  view at the above mentioned Agency." *  ���������     ' "���������     K. A. J4ENWICK ���������  Deputy Miniitei-of Lands  Lands .Depainnent,   Viotoriajj. *C,  February i j ih  1914.   .  Trade Mar;-s  - DESIGNS  C0PYRJ0HT9 &C  |^IlSe*|isiir^&.  A iline-'-'.'mi-.lIlv.-th.r,.-.; \\\������:.0;-    Ur-->-' c<--  WfieCe.������*'=-������*'-*-*r.f.VV������r':*  Kiaach ocs������. ������3 r ct, v.., .;.i-J(ku: >JXy *  UIO (M)l  'dd ('Ail  fi DM-1  14 DO  NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR"S  lianlage.  . ,    ery and  repairs..  A. I J. J^ea coy,   slatii-n.  - ory aiid books. ..",  Islander, printing. ....  News ' ���������*        .:..-���������  C II. Tarbell,  snpplies  and labor.! '.  Dr. G-lCMaeNanobton  nied'ieai,inspection  Thomson Stationery Co  books. ...' -  Preo'iVxt Cook  O-flice'  books .-.  J. J. Dono-gan,   Trns.  -  tees', -Association.  Daily   Provine***;  adv'o-  isee'y's salary  12  inns  Newbury & Ashley,Insurance, new., school  ���������Pot-tag'*   and    stationery, 12 mos, ...'.  'Wm. Totter, labor.'.. .<  1).   Kiipatrick,"  coal.-. c  - hnulino*.........'  O.O. (D.)Litnited,  coal  S..Leisi'i* & Co.,   chalk'  Shibata, clock   12 50  4 00  63 lo  H 00  U* 00  4.L  uo  OE.-YLED  TENDERS,  superscribes  *~J ''Tender f-.r l.'.cU-tip anil   Married  |Constable,.*.*Q.������:itip.i'. 10,   i'owell   f**;ver.!,'i*.  ������iil l*e rereived by the Hoiipunible  the  M!id*5ier of IHibiic Woiks up lo noon <ji*  i'nd.iy i!ie 201I1 d iy of Feb.'"'!.!!;.' 7914 fo*-  ti:e  erection a������d ..-oinnl-elioj-  of   U.<"U-iip   ���������  ,n-       .*  .- * *v ���������  ati<l marrma Const -.ij'c':- .^iar;t-i-s at Pi-.w-  vW  I'vivcr,   in    ii:s-   f.'oir.ox    Kicctcrni.  i)ivM!r:!. ' . v  nn<i  ** 1 o  -t'l'i      I tans,   specify* ano:***,' C'-.n'.ian  I lorni5"-',,! ten'!**: i.i.sy lv������ stcn on ai-A ���������*���������',"  ( ;���������..- th������ ivh. Ant;  -,!' {.*(.;. j:;i;-v-:.;:J.-,   ���������������; ra*  .23  20   sfti.:c   (.fTlie    i*iovi!*.<:i;!i'JouKiaiiii,   ,-tt     ���������  Powell   -Ri'.ei ; .Mr.   J. ���������liaiiJ,   GoverH-. -.  mem Agent, Cumberland, Li. C; Mr.-  L.  Mahoiiy, (iovernme'ni Ajjent, Vancouver ,J  li.  C- or   the   Dep-'Umeiu  of   Public. '  Woiks, V'.-ictona.  luienctiit"   tc-nc4.erer������ can, fortbe sum  of   ten    dollars " (Sio),     obtain    ,one ' .  copy oi-th-e An ns ami .specifications by  apnlymi; to the undetsigned, v,hl;.b SU'.r.  ���������.'.ill  be   refunded   on   ilieir .return   in  good order. -  Knch pror>n?nl  mti-.l lie ncctirnpi.niet  by an accepted   bank ':het\\:% or cortiS-  i.*;i;e ofd-rj������.i*-it oh a -ch-irtei-ed   l.*-:-ii.K-' A  *  Canada, in.(.!e������-p."v .b!e  to  the' Honour-   -  . . - *��������� ~  able*ihe Minister of Public Work;;, for a  ���������ui.. c\.\\iA\ io*3o  1 er cent of tbe lendc'-:,'   -,-  r.l-.ich sli ill bt. forfeited if th-e parrv ten-  ���������  i   v*'<;,5 dci r.g d.cnise  ,ic ctiU.r   into  cdniri'V* '    '  ������������������G, 50 j " htn-cidli'd upon i'������.do, sc*, or if he, J.m  .. 25 i)'0  - 10 00  2 70  , -00'00  14-5 00  10 00  33 oO  22 50  127 50  IIayniim-*������McI������ae,towi's  T. E, Bate," hose, glass  ���������" sundries   G, Dowjies,  liooks   L.  W.    Nnnns,   water  12 YYl(������   Uoyston   iiiil,  lumber  High school pupils, six  daw's   ttaeliin<T...-  S'diool keys........ y..  Washing towet-s  .....  Speeial..grant,o;pendit..  ti-ire, Clark&Stflwnrt  Co, Ltd. furnitiirH..  A. McKinnon, I'urn'rro  Septic tank   Repairs  to old  whool  Maps   fill hor fitUling   in   now  d-yaka   -1 0 ������������������)���������; [To* complete   ti",.'-* v ork-c./hliartsd   for.  j I !*,'-��������� cneqiiei 01 certilKitica ox 'Jo;."-**'- A ���������  'j unf.ecces-ful.ifciiV.ei-crj" wih -be  returned-;  22  50,j t.i   the;u   upon   .-tbe   CKCCUiion   jj"   Hm;  7  70j'������-'>niracr.     .'��������� ,    , "   ,'    /,  Tender*- will aot be considcied .ur.Iese '  made out on iha   fcow supplied, signed*.  with the actual signature of ihu .icuder-  e'r arid ...cnclose'd in die cmclopes furnished      !  The io*.-.est or'any ten-dor not necessarily accepted."     ������ v  J. K.'GKirflTi:,  Deputy Mini.stcrur.d P-tjbhc Woikr  Eiijjiiiccr; Wcpaitmcnt of Public Woiks,   *  Vicior'u-., Pi. C, January 31S1; 1914.'   .  fc-i _ ' ft. tf  3-i 00.  ��������� 5 55  12 00  1 30,  C CO  1150 07  200 00  275 00  800 00  15 00  100 00  Total expemlit, 1913 SI3392 00  ������������������,-.-.........  High school feci* dtio #54- 00  lieijpcclfully  suhtnittod.  THOMAS H. CATiEY,  '  Secretary.  Hoard of Seliool Trustee^ Cmn*  berland, 1!. C��������� Jnn. 3, 1011  I hereby certify thar I hnve examined lhe book,* and account* of  iho Cumberland  public a'nd high  I D  hi'Iiq'-Ik aud Iind  thom  correct n*  Bet forth above.  J. STEWART,  Auditor.  LMNANliVAYr^lTrAVUMlCNT  Cumberland Njj.ht -School  JU1-U  UKCKUTS  Government Gram  SilfSO.OO  Subscription    J 57,50  ^517.50  KXlMiNDlTUItE     ^ /m^3^M^KM>��������� , , ,        p    H.-JUIU ony ouN ovum ber U)i;i,lw..ni X-^* ���������^���������i-"i'MmuiWwa>.ti.ovi.^  i,'"1.'"Vl "���������     ,',,',,l,,*'^i7-,l,'|.?.*v*vv'>**#^-*#*-������^**v^o**(-..  .. i...._.    i       t t ���������* i.     ..   .'WM.   .ii , mil,    ii.ii- a       I.i..,       i... J   ........ . * t J(.���������������  ���������+w*ift****a*in*i***.0it**trn'H*  made m cmt&h  WffiktX'* 'A, V7 A  'i:<-'f  ft  iimtmamiv i?m   |  Ccnr-Clun. Coverr.'niciit U-cAfi Si  Kliow wc Imvo tbo p.:rcot, /']  . ,inc'."nIi"lic;.totrcT-'>t:i;,eo-!j3. ft ft  % CdVhl'z ii ���������.*.������������������-.���������'. ty ������:c [! i{\  j*H\ best CntfCM c;;J Calorepa t'jt]  AbMt cvc-fywlv.-rc. Ceiti. r.o (JTj: .  mh. bib:-> V.\y.i i!.o IrAcrlo.'   :j{'J  ���������TM *\ =<'"!t-''rat������*'- ���������' l������is'        j l V ��������� j'  ������wk'& Cottosi Rotn VoroaoMii-i,  Tho ith ��������� tJiMli'.o "J's.iU, '.if,  cZyT'^i "hor': ��������� tjinli'.o "i'-.i.iiv, '.t/1  W'/V-i';!^'.*''1'*1 trii -i tuM ..li,'-! .*;  QH-'-,"V^,'-ni.'irir...'.<Jj(itiwh'.*. .vo-*".*....j  3  nir  .)* -.K'ijv ii i. I'ulc in 11 n iA-.. mt  A r.t mivi**ti'.-"; ,l������ (fi j (tt: ".  tA "0'.U:ni*e.'i (.trcmircr, *J; Ho. 't  for hiini'iHi <���������������������'���������������, i; i por itait.  Bold i>y u'1 (!.i*hi;b!v, or ro\c  ini'U'AiA  on j i sum.*' at 0l'lt������t  ���������ta**fcU,Jt������IMI(IO.,ru.::-tt0.6**.*. to inirivU'iHUvi  appointed ndininiptrilorof ib.o k������  lato of tho above mentioned do  cei.y.ed, and all parties having  claim^n^alnHt (he *;iif.| cRtntii nre  '��������� f"  turnip]* came,  'yxiiwiy verified, lo mo on or boforo tho 1.3th day of December,  1318, AND all partieB indebted to  na d <?8iuio, nro required to pny the  amount of their Cndobtcduo-H to  me forthwith.,  DU-.J iI-h Uth day of  November, 101 ;j  \V;r,i.Aitn,  Oflieiai Aduiinitlrnti'i,  .v'k-iiV*.i'**^iVm'lli"J' '!i'-HA i'i'!*"1 ,'.-'   tiiinitur  '., vh������w *c*'������.T*M|,,vHn nlil V..(n-i, <���������,������������������... ,\V.>,>  ���������io.uwj  l -j  17.nt)  '  1111111,,-iii-jj, tiivtllli ir.'llhltr- r,  I-   ,-l-.-lilll ,. fi,.       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'   it   ������ X  viii.'ili.i irfd.   ���������farmirlii IVHuUort  iiii.-iv   -  7c������>nto,Owt j Total oxp-'iidtturo \{)id    $ul7.50  NOTIOK tn liuftby Kiwi tint at ili*-  ucxl mctotlufrt'f tho Itoiirrt if 1 Je-*iuw('oin  iniMili-iicnj of tlio Oily of CtiniberitiuJ, m������  iiiti-.nl io ajmly fur ,* m..i \tA . f 1,^0 lint,  rl lic-iino boM by nn for lite Vcr.domo  llotnl, Hitni'to'l on Jot it, t-Jnrlt:;. dual fr-  laoJ Xowoi-iu  Kefpeetflilly nuhmiltKl  THOMAS. 1ICAUEV,  fiwretaiy.  I hereby -���������eftify lhat J. have v\  nuiir.ed tlin bookH and nct'otiiifH of  ihu   Cumbt.'i'lmid    niidit    bchool  ���������.���������>..������-.��������� J OctobiT *?!i'.ii. t Ji  .V.)^Kt'1l I) \MOMi;'*���������"������������������ ^"*" **UMM  oa,,,,<-v'''* "R fot ffl'tli  Ji>^^:i*i 1 lOHA'txo :*-.hove.  j t), STKWAUT,  i Au<litos',  v>  <*  I  t  for th-o MiU; w.i^'.n  .*.���������..-    ' ���������     , ������-  KRl-iSli MILK A isi)  5'ARM i'ROnVOK  Our Miik U the pnxltiet  of ihe IJci.t Fed Cowz  VUV,  MILK  J*'  ?*  ^Delivered iivuniiiti-K "veuinpi.  ���������> I. IViARUYA       '������  ���������J^.*>^0 *>-*>0<>*><;'>^<.i**<v<>^^v>  civic us Yonu Ni:xr tm  DUR   i;^)R JO 11   PR > N'CiivG. ������* ., V* f   tfl"  *  ".��������������������� *.',-a.*%' ^r������n-.iAE<tn,*<i'-JiJ.lR-i.',v'^(WjM.  w Montf<^������jt -j,t������  mVwj.vh������^W|^,^.���������ajW.,*m *r*j*jtB) x  H.iHi)iimwntft1������ifcj-in imniMmnn iu.hhj  St/Hto**.**/***. aaHtiiVJ*. 'C 'fliM1 i--^ai������������*rt*!^b!*iaga*- --*: ^-s5 ���������:���������:  * j"    *   *  THE NEWS. CU?.rBEHL"AXI)." B. a  The Army of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day.  ���������*..  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������they  only give relief���������  they permanently  cure Constipa-  .tion.   Millions use  lliem for  B.lioas.  ntss, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price."  Genuine must bear Signature  delight.  The ���������  picnicker's  choice.  Everybody  favorite., .  W. CLARK. M'  PALMISTRY ,  Your Life's -in Your Hand: Rea,tf  Your Own Future! .--ona Postal Note 25  cjius anf* ,*-'.ami>ea addressed envelope  to Cresccn'u'i, the '.veil known scientific palmist v ho will mall you chart  from wliluli yon can read your own future. It *.,'ill fully describe your pa?t  and future Ufo and it can bo, a constant  guido in life. CRESCENTIA, 8, Stobart  Block,   Winnipeg.  Book Tree.    A, smptc  Home   IrcatmenJ removed  jump from this Sady's b>-east  OM sores; ulcers  dud  . , growths curod.    Describe  ���������Jttir Ironblc -* we wl! seiic*. io'ofc aari ieslimouials.  ������KE CANADA CANCER! INSTITUTE. fciMiTSD  10 CHURC'rliM, AVE,'.- TORONTO  OFFEREES.  M������������oteel'OU*r 01 SORTS"RUH DOWN'or'ttOTTHEBI.UM'  tvmn trom kidnkv, bladder, nervous diseasisl  ���������HZOH1C WEAXNKS3ES.tlLCRK8.SKlH IRUFTIONa,l>ILM.  ���������rtta for my.FREZ book, thr H09T imstructivB  MEDICAL BOOE EVER WRI1TBN,1T TRLI.S ALL nbout thoM  ^H\^W^lSttSA%l\^\W^HiV^StA  TH ER APSON Sff-3&2S  Wlt'ithenwcily loriovt owniBiauit Deatieattaatm  AkMluttlrFREC No'lolloWBp'clrcnllrs, Dr LtCLZU  Mttl.CO.UlVEUlOCI XD.UAMrSTCAD. LONOOM.KSSk  And Then There Were None  . On clearing tho harbor/th\ ship' ran  into a nasty hair-pit'chlnV'choppy^sea-  which was especially"npticeable as'the  twenty-five passengers at the captain's  table sat down to dinner. * '.-������������������*.  ��������� I hopo that all twenty-live of you will  ha.'e a pleasant trip said '.the., captain  as the soup appeared,"anil that,ill's  little assembly of twenty-lour will be  much benefited by the voyage.* I look  upon these twenty-two smiling faces  at. a father upon his family, for 1 am  responsible'for the safely of this group  ot seventeen. I hope,tha'. all fourteen of you will join me in drinking  to a merry trip. 1 believe that we  eight aro most congenial, and I applaud the judgment which choso these  three persons for my table. You and  1, my dear sir, are���������Here, .Steward,  clear away those dishes ancJ bring niw  the iish. ������  She Made Him Buy  Tlushiess wai in full swing at tho  church bazaar, when a young man  strolled around evidently with no in-  tentio-,. of purchasing anything. As  ho passed one booth the. young lady  seller detained him.  Won't you oily' a cigarette holder,  sir?  ,   No thank you, 1 don't smoke, was  the reply.  Or a penwiper worked with my  own hands?  I don't write.  Then do Lave this nice box of chocolates?  I don't eat sweets,  The young lad'-'s patience was exhausted.  Sir, sho said grimly, will yoi  this cake of r.oap?  Ilo bought it.  buy  He Was Going Some  A   group   of   visitors   was   going  through the county jail and r. burly  negro trusty was called lo open.doors  foi* tlie visitors'.*   ���������I low do'you lilec it in here? one  of the women asked.  "��������� Like it, Ma'am?1- If evaV. Ah gets  out o' heah AJi'll go so fer ."rtinV here  it'll take nine dollars to sen' me a  postal card.   " *   ���������  Not Just What She Meant  The' lady had just been introduced  to her pailner at a holicb;* dance and  was talking to him vivaciously. Tell  me, she said, who is that terribly homely man ooer tl.ere?  The gentleman looked.' That, he  said ponderously, is my Irother.  Oh! grasped the. lady" in horrific!  amazement. ��������� Pardon mc. Really, I  hadn't notice*.! the resemblance. .  One in a Million  Wo also buy IJJdc-s and Seneca root.  The Deacon's Mistake  SiaUh' Henderson, said Deacon ITy-  ���������pera severely, you should avoid oven  the appearance of evil.  Why,. Doncon, what do you moan?  asked Sister Henderson.  1 observed that on your sideboard  you have severnl outr-glass decanters,  nnd ..tlmt ouch of thom ! half 111 led  with what iipp-tars to be anli-iiL spirits.  Woll, now, Doncon, it Isn't nnythlng  of Uio kind. Tin* bottle-* kok so pretty on tho sideboard thai. I just llllod  "them half way with somo Iloor stulti  and fiiriiituro polish, JiibI. for appear-  am-r.H.  That's why I nni cautioning yon,  Sister, roplioi Iho Deacon. I'VolIng  a trlllo fniiil I helped mysoh' lo n done  from tlio big bottlo In I lio middle.  Willie, admonished the inolhor, wliy  tloti'l. you let your littlo brother havo  your filed Homo of tho limn?  Why I do, .Miuumii, said Willi**. He  has it moro than half the time. I  tnko It going down hill und ho brings  It mi.   ,  Weill, Put, snid the iloefo.', T hope  your intuit or'ii tomppn.Ui: ��������� In lower  thlH morning tlu.n It wuh lust, night.  Well, inir, Uutt/ii hard to tell, utir, replied Put.  Why? wild Jin doctor, f<nu Ing.  I-Io died t.hIk morning, hi..-,  ~~S"ti-aTTgTer:=FriTF'WJroil_tiywTrTeei!"]s"tq'  be turning ouL Lo this funeral. The deceased miist have been very popular. '  Native���������Jtranger. he was one man  in a million. After he boug* his car  he gave'everybody a ride that lie had  promised t-.  Uie it for eczema, utcart,  cold icroi, chapped  hancb, poisoned v-ouads,  pllei, icalp sores, and -r-.il  ���������kin injuries ftnddiBefcsei.  Best balm for1 b&by*  Purely herbal. All drug-  ���������jflsti and {tores 50c bc*.  chatting  came a  ��������� ;���������   Their Message  ?1-iq evening caiiors wero  with their hosts when then-  patter of litt'.e feet along the hall.  Hush, whispered tho hostess, raising  her hand, tho ohildr.-n are coming with  their good-night message. It always  gives me a feeling of reverence to hear  them. They .i.ro *o much nearer to  Heaven than we, aaA they speak from  the fullness of their littlo hearts never  so 'reoly as when the dark has como,  Listen!  Thoro was r. moment's, pause, and  t'.*.on tho message crime In a shrill  whisper: Mamma, it ran, Willie found  a cockroach in the tub.  No Socialist He  Vour husband Is a Socialist, I believe? naked.a friend al-lho reception  of Mrs. Smith.  A Socialist? repllei 'Mrs. Smith. No,  indeed. , Why ho hates to make calls  with nio.  As Her (,Mother Snw It  Hnvo you h pole on of our lovo to yonr  mother us yot? ho asked,  Tin- girl shook hor head.  Nol us yot, fihi  whispered.  Ilnfl'ohii noticed nothing?  Sho has noticed that I have boon  aellng finoorly ot lato, hul. sho llilnln  it's Just hlllotiBiiesrt.  She Didn't Wait for M.immn  MIhh  Doyle,  suld   tho  slx-yoar old  to tho visitor, who wns   wuiUng   for  Mamma, will yon tnlct; nno of your  shoes off ;i mlmit.0?  My Hlirn.-riV roiK.'iitod Mini' Doyli*- In  nrnazeinfinl.; why, .Tohnnlo,  Why, I lioani Mamtini miy yon were  I'ftttlnn crow'rt foot uwftilly.  She Took Every Precaution  .Tniio, aald tlio lnhitrfsi-., ho\  waa It  that: i-aw you ci.tlng of our cul'o la������t  cvcniiii-'i'  I'm Hiiro 1 don't Uihiw; Mn'mti, iiiih-  wered '\o maid. I Uioiighl 1 had covered tho keyhole.  What the Audience Was Doing  A weary and dejected theatrical  croupe, after an unsuccessful trip, arrived in a small. New Jerr;:: town. A  fair-sized audie.ibe witnessed the first  performance* without furor, although  there was enough handclupping to  arouse tho troupe's wavering spirits.  The leading man.promptly stepped to  tho footlights after the lirst act ami  bowed profoundly, but still the chipping continued. As he wei.t behind  the scenes he encountered an Irish  stagehound.  I guess that's some acting, said the  Thespian, throwing out Ids chest  proudly.  What d'yezmane. the handclappin"?  inquired the Irishman,  That's not appreciation, man, said  the stage hand, that's the audience  killingmosquitoes.  A Surprise fcr the Teacher. ' ���������  , This class comprehends'the meaning  of words very quickly, said the, Boston-  teacher, to her visitors. ' ,pYou no-'  liced we spoke of the word 'ransom'  a few minutes ago. Hot, many���������  turning to the children���������can think of  ���������a sentence .containing the word 'ransom"? "Every one. Yes.' Harold?  Harold arose proudly. , ���������*  My  sisters  young* man  ran  some  when Pa-������������������  And then the, children wondered  why the class was dismissed three  minutes early.  AFTER EFFECTS OF  DREADED LA GRIPPE  What He Needed  A girl was con-plaining to her chum  just before Christmas of the way her  young man was treating lie:-.  Speaking of Christinas ' presents,  why* don't you give him the mitten?  the friend asked.       J   ^'  It isn't a mitten he needs, it's a pair  of socks; he's got cold feet.  A safe and sure medicine.for a child  troubled with worms i. Mother  Graves" Worm Exterminator.  She Thought he Had Forgotten   .'  Misclia Elmr.r   the    violinist,    was  playing at a reception at Russian  Prince's and, he sayj, for' an,urchin of  seven, as I* wa at that tire!-, 1 flatter  my-elf I rattled off BeethovT-'s 'Krcut-  zer Sonata' finely. This sonata, you  know, has in it several long and Impressive rests. In one of these rests  a motherly old .lady leaned forward,  patted my shoulder-am! said: *"'-  something :yo--kriov.', de:n*.     -.  ���������Play  * When Mr. Abbott called on a young  woman one evening he,, was' being entertained by her young broth or, Andrew, until she made her appearance.  If you don't give'-me a quarter, said  littleAntlrew, 1 am going to tell about  you kissing my sister. .  -   But I hadn't,thought of kissing,your  sister, protested .Mr., Abbott.  You ain't? ; ic Andrew,' plainly-puzzled: then* what did she pay me to  say that to you for?  TAKE NOTiCS  We publish simple, straight testimonials, not press agents' interviews,  from well-known people.  From' al' over America tlioy testify  the merits    of   MINARD'S    LINIMENT, the best of IlousMiold Remedies, ) .  MINARD'S I-1NIMENT CO'?, LIMITED  How She Knew  Efllo, said M-.rgie, who was poring  over her first, reader, hew can I toll  which is a 'ft' and which is o 'b'?  That's easy, said Rffie wisely, the  'd' has its tummy en its back.  How it Wa* Accounted For  How does it happen, said tho tanchor to tho new pupil, that your 11.117.10 is  Allen and your   mother's'  name   is  Drown?  Woll, pxpl.'iine*" tho small boy, aftor  a moment's thought, you wo, tho mar-  rlcd nsftin and I didn't.  Overcome by lhe Use of Dr.  *   Pink Pills  .  Throughout'Canatla la grippe {infhi-*  enz'a) prostrates thousand.* of busy  men and  vomen every* winter, wreck-  ., their health and leaving behind  numerous .'.erdus ailments/ .It is the  after effects of la grippe that cause  such widespread misery. Here is the  reason. La grippe leaves behind it  weakened vital * powers, a shattered  nervous system, impure nd impoverished blood, uid a low stato of health  that renders the sufferer extremely  liable to rheumatism, indigestion, neur-,  algia and nervous disorders. You can  ���������avoid la grippe ..-hliroly by keeping  the " lood rich and pure through the occasional, use, of Dr, Williams' Pink  Pills.- Or if. because you have not  recog-.ized you*_blood >yei.kne,ss,_ la  grippe* fastens" its fangs upon you. its  disastrous after-effects ca:i-*be drive**  out by tho s< me medicih . Dr. Williams'. Pink Pills incre'\������ and enrich  the blood supply, feed th? .starving  norvesi, and thus impart new health  and new strength 'to enfeeble***''!, men  and women. ' Mr. G. St. Clair, connected with the Sun Life Assurance  Co., Halifax, K.S., :...ys: "I was taken  down with a heavy cold an ' ia grippe  and was confined ..o' tlie house- for  some weeks. 1 ,had tlu bes!* of medical attention, and althoutfii the doctor  said T was c'urec'i I was t'til far from  well, and did not hnve the *nn necei-  s-i'-y for a strenuous business life, a**d  did not atte-nt to either ofliec or field  work. Talking with ,a friend, he said  "'Why h6T"fT*yiD"r7^V'ill"';l~s_PirnrPiiis7-  I decided to do so, nnd bepoi I had  used a box felt on imnrovem'ent, ami*  before long the ..ills made mo feel like  a new man. I can't therefon-. say too  much, in favor*���������of (his valuable medicine, andhope that any who may read  this and be in need of met ;al attention will be persuaded'lo try this-.tvuly  wonderful medicine.''  ��������� You can get these health-renewing  Pills .through any medicine dealer or  by mail post pti'id at 50 cents a box  or six boxes.or $2.f>0 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Drockville,  Ont. '  Wh.-t Puzzled,Her   ..  ., A 'suffrage meeting was drawing to  a close.   Tho speeches ha:" all been  mado "and  the . meeting wa    thrown  open to'ques-on'-.-by the audience.**-  Said the presiding- officer:' Now is  there any woman here who would like  to ask a question? Don't hesitate  in ask any question you'd like to; any  question at all about nny phase of the  woman question..     ���������  For a' few minutes there vas silence.  Then a woman arose and asked: May  I ask any question at all?  Certainly, said the speaker persuasively. What question wonK you like  to ask?  Well, ^sald the woman, I'd like to  know how yoi. got.that smooth effect  over your hips. ���������    ,  Rubbing it in  ,   Mr. Wilkin.-* was near tiio exploding  point when Lis neighbor met him in  the street. *'        " 0  That, man, Tompkins, lie burst out,  has more nerve than anyone I ever  met. ,  *��������� Why? asked his neighbor curiously.  He came over to my hous*: last evening and  borrowed my gun to kill  .-.  clog that kept him awnlto at nights.  Well, what, of that?  ���������nviiy. shouted Mr. Wilklns, it was my  dog he killed.  Warts on J.* e hands is a'disfigurement that troubles many ladies. ' I-Iol-  lcway's Corn Cure will remove the  blemishes 'without pain.  A New Use for Doctnrs,  . A farmer rushed up to the' homo of  a country doctor ]ii the village ! ito one  night and besought him to come .at  once to a distant farmhouse.      -     .'*,  The medicine man hitched up his"  ' orse and they <Jrove furiously to the  farmer's htfme. Upon 'their arrival  the fanner said:  How much is your fee, Doc?  ���������   TJjreo dollars, said .the Physician in  surprise.        ��������� .  . ������������������  - Here y'aro, said the farmer, handing  over the money; the blamed liveryman wanted flv dollars to drive int*  home.  He Wa** Lookinp Too  * An Ohio . *.rmer wroto*tha' he owue.1  nine, cows, ar.d* "j'sk'pd  Representative,  Nicholas Longworth to, so -d him a Gov-  -gxmOfiJU-L.esturmjnator for fiies. ���������    He  Fred .Tenks is your next-door neighbor now, isn't he? remarked* a man  whilo calling pn-n friend on- evening.*  -   Who did you say?  Fred .Tcriks. I understand ho is a  finished'cornetlst.  Is he?    Good! Who did it?  Why She Said It'  King Georgo was being entertained  at a prlvato luncheon recently when  the tiny dr.uglitir of the hostess, being  spokon .o by Ills Mnjosly, respoinlc 1  politely and '.'.sped; I think Your Mnjosly Hh a very n*ma"knbU* man.  AsloiLidi'd tit such precocity lho  King mulled, and r.sked kindly: Why  do yon Hay that, my denr?  TSer-nulh Mn told me to, was Ihe un-  expound reply.  She Saw It Herself  /a.morn, an'.A the full city visitor,  aro Just as dlsl.oiK'Ht as tlio city Milkmen.  How d'yo mako that out? asked tho  {nrmor'i-i wlff  This niortilnfi*. mi." tin* girl nccuslng-  ly, with my own oy ] saw ,-aur hired  ninn wati.r tho r-owH Just L of oro lie  milked llinni,  The train struck Hie man, did Jt  not? asked tho lawyer of the engineer  at tho trial, x  It did, nil*, said the engineer.  Wp.s tho m-n ..... the track, sir?  thundered th.  lawyor. ,  On the track? asked tlio oiiRitioer. Of  course ho was. No onglnoc. worthy of  his 'hh would inn his train Into the  woods after a man,  On moving intc a new neighborhood  the smitll hey of tho family was onu-  Honed not to fight, wlt.li his now acquaintances, Ono day Tommy came  homo with a black eye and badly bo  Fjr.ntiorod with mud, "  Why, Tommy, snid his mother, did  not I tell you not to dn'ht until you had  i     :'.od one     wlro.  Yi>, sniffled Tommy, nnd look what  Willie Smith did while I waB counting  one hundred.  got*1 this  reply:",- ,  Sorry, hut I, too. am in quest of the  same* thing. I have no cows, but I  have a bald head:  , Mr. Zangwill's Prefersnce  Israel Zungwell, while visiting in Chicago, was once, seated at dinner next  to a young woman who. knowing his'  religion, asked impertinently: Mr,  Zangwill, how do you like our.Chicago  ham.  The great Jewish writer looked placidly at her. Madam, ho replied, I  much prefer it to your Chicago tongue.  Louis had tr.nde loud and repealed  calls for more turkey at the Christinas  dinner. After &ho hnd disposed of a  liberal quantity sho was told that  too much turkey would mako her sick.  Looking wistfully at the fowl for a  moment she said:  Well, give mo anuzzer piece an' sond  for tlie doctor,  THE   OLD   RELIABLE  TABLISHED1840'  ES'  ���������J*--,-,J-upularly regurded as THE.  -jimi-j to use when having relatives* and friends como out to  "CANADA  IW031   THE  Ol.U  COUNTI1Y  The service ottered ~'U unexcelled In '   o  COMFOItT  The new twin screw steamships'  ?**-!'���������"J'1"'- ������ue class (II) Cabin and  tlilnl clasa only,  ASDANl.v   und   AI.AUMI.V  18,100  Tdim   Knoll  Wero added to tho ..  CANADIAN SERVICE  in   1013,   and   nro   replete  with  every   modern   improvement.  MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS  Lounge, Gymnasium, Drawlnpr  'Room,'Smoking Room, Opon and  Covered* Promenades, Orchestra.  Other   splendid   steamsliipa   are:  ASCANIA   (new),    AUSON1A  -^ 10.000 tons*        8,000 tons  Carrying one class (II) Cabin and  third class only.  FRAKCONIA  (new 1011)  LACONIA (dot 1912)  __18,150 tons eaclv���������Twin Screw  CARMANIA  (20,000 tons), Triple  -,    .,, Screw Turbine  Carrj-lne* First, Second and Third  * * ,' Class. .   -  The ; Cunard Company alao  ma.nlain services between New.  York, Queenstown, Flshg-uard, *  Liverpool. Boston, Quoenstown,  Fishguard, Liverpool. New York,  Mediterranean. Adriatic, Including the fastest steamers In the  world, "Lusltanla". and "Maure-  tan la/',  Now  building   for   Canadian ,  . Service: s>  S.S. "AURANIA"���������14,000 Tons  \ Fpr'dfrafcripttv'e literature; Bailings, etc., apply to any Railway  or Steanmhlp Agent, or       " *  THB   CUXAKD   STEAMSHIP   '  COMPANY, I.TD.  304 Mulu HI., Winnipeg*. Mnn.  I  <*'*  li  t  THE JOHN INGLIS CO.,  -' LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  m  1  E.iguca or all kinds. Boilers ol all  kinds, Pumping Machinery, Tanks,  Heavy Plate Wcrlc, etc.���������Writo for  prices.  14 STBACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO.      ���������      CANADA  i  C0e. I box or nx boxet for 12.50  a', all dealt!!, or The Dodds Medlclno Compa.vy, Limited Toronto.  Canoda,  The Label Rogulntcd the Price  What you i toft,   Matlrim,   nttltl   tho  pliyHk'I'in in li Ik fii'-slilonulilo lady pa-  flout, hi nxyRon.     f'miin pvnry afternoon tor Inlmliitlona.    Tlioy will cost  ,  ./,,    .. > i-    *.������       I   -'.  Tlinr**, Bfild Mio lndy. 1 JiirI. Itiinw that  ndior doftor didn't know Jiin Iiiihjikmh.  Up told nio all I iipoiIpiI whs plain  fix*j-]i air.  W. N. U. 98G  Hlo Olft  villi a lit'.iiit'.ful Blrl. Ono ilfty ������l������o  told hlni tlnu tho noxt *.ay wo'lild J-.**  hor birthday, and ho lniiKhlnKly fifild  lhat ho would non-.' lior a hunch of  roHoH, ono  -ir ���������nnr:li year of hor lift?.  That evening ho wroto to hln florist  (irdcrlr-.R twonty-fonr rtutt't to he tout  In thn younc; woman on tho llrHt ii:-"  llv-ry nnvl- dny.  Tht- proprietor or ih*> tinner tibon  looking ovor the mall In tho aiornlng  saw the order and aald to tl   forpman:  John. hcrc'H an ordor from youm*  Mr. Hint for twonty-foi-r roppn, Uo'h  a inlBluy Hooft cuMomtr, to put In a  dozen extra onot.  And tho young man nrvr-r know what  made tho Klrl to eon-v u*lih htm.  "     He Kept What Was Left  Tho*littlo Hon of tho phyHlolan, to-  gi'thor with a rrloiiil, wa.-������ pliiylniT in  IiIh fatlior'H ollico during t'.x nhsoupc-  of tho dootnr, whon Binl-.lenly the  young hoHt throw **pon u cloHot door  and dlsclor.od lo tho ton-Mod gn*/.p ..f  IiIh llltlo I'rli'inl :.n iirih'iiUitol nkPlo-  Ion,  When Ui'* \lt-ltor had utilllclpntly ve-  povorod from hlH fihook (o stand liu  uunoiiiiociiiciit,, i,:io um-iui ii non <..\-  piiiiiu-.l Con bii> .'.-���������;... i ir -. oAi'i'i-u' )y  protiu ol ihat akoli-lon.  Ih ho? nfiUpd tho othor.    Why?  i" don't know, wa..- tho aiiHwor; may-  ho It wan hlrf llrsl pationt.  Save Time!  Time lost becauso of headaches,  lassitudo nnd depressions of bil-  iousncm, is worse than wasted.  Biliousness yields quickly to the  Bafo, cert-am homo remedy���������  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  fUM ���������vmtyvaira.  ta a*ttt, SB tiatt.  quickly Mops cuiidia, curen colda, and iicnlfl  the llirost And luncu.    .  n       tl       SO cents.  The Danycrs of Burglary  Two liard citizens woro standing In  a HP-'luded H'pot talking conlldontlally  whon ono of them utiddonly Bnoakod  away whllo t'..o other mood on guard.  Soon tho firm otiu was Boon to omorgo  from a window and Join hlr pal,  Did yous* git tiny thing? whispered  the ono li:*. waiting.  Naw, do 'gu:1 what liven 1: doro Ib a  lawyer, growl .1 tho othor,  DiiVh hard luoli, nald ' Ih pal. W.A  you Ioho anything?  Vim Inlk had drl'toil lo Uio wplght  of perHoim when young .Mr, *-*rippioit;ii  olim-rvt'ii. .\,/''������,.'*1v.'.v.-.-i Mr ufli.'i Ao  cepllve. Now Mit-i* May I.ro Ih henv-  1    than you would think.  In Ihe mon-ont of uilonco which followed thlH remark tho yomg litdy'H  .���������hrnthor nf"l'<-il.    l������ow do   yrm   know,  .Mr. Happloign'/  ��������� . ��������� ��������� -it'  Poos the hnhy talk yet? aRlcod n  frloiid of tlm ramlly of tho little  brother.  Kaw, ropliod the little lit ..ther disgustedly. He don't nee.! to talk. All  ho hnH tor Ao- i.i yell, ami tu*. gctrt  everything in lho houso wor t having,  A young man, very fond o*. tho girls,  hul, very'ca-..*Ions as to hi denilngB  wl'h tliem, recently wont to a poetical*  friend aud askod him If ho would help  get up a birthdr.y sonnet to a certain  young lndy.  Well, mild tho poet friend, what do  you want me to say?  Why, you *,ug! i to know about  what'ii iho proper thing, eaid tho  young mnn. Something rat'.ior-tender  but at the ..timo time, remember, I  don't want to commit myself In nny  way.  Well, said tho poet, you don't want  a poec to (1 -aw up your birthday voim  You 'Want a liv/ycr,  Tho Ubob of the B.iss Dru. ���������  Yon don't mako very   good   mimic  with that instrument, said .. bystander to tho mini with tho '."Bts drum, as  tho band coiiHod to play.  No, admitted tho pounder of tho  drum, I know I don't; but I drown ti  heap of bad mimlo.  Mr, Oroeno was threaior.ed wllh ,i  r.ontagloiiH disease, and wnen IiIb little  non, Nod, who was of a very affoctlon-  ate dlapoBltlon, came to ombruoo him  boforo rotlrlng, ho mild:  Neddlo, my ron, you miintn't hug m".  You'll catch i:.*> Bcnrlot fover.  Ned looked ut his*, father In nmnt-c  merit for a mo .letu.    Thon ho asked:  Sny, l-'uth'or, who did you hug?  ���������DESY AHD Mm f'O MOTHER AND Gnltt).  Mas. WiNStow's SoorniNo Syrup lias heen  SSc.t ior over 8IXTV VKAUS by M1IAIONS of  A.LI..*������V������ nil TAIN ���������, CUKMS WIND COUC, aud  in tlie be.-l miicfiy tol iilAUKllOlK Ht li ab'  BoUitrtv htirmlcns. Be sure ana aslc tot "Mrn,  Wlnslov/'B Booming .Syrup," and tulE.0 no Oti'CK  Und   Twenty-live cents ������ oottlc,  Ja.-noB1 Economy  Papa, abicod .Tiimes, wouldn't, you no  glad If I save n dollar for you?  Corla'.nly, my non, BtUd I'apn, bo delighted nt thlH evidence of budding  business .billly that ho handed tlio  youth a dime.  Well, "I saved   It   all   right,   suld  .itimoH, disappearing.     You said If f  brought a good report from my tench-  er you would glvo me a dollar;  but  'I didn't.  'i  ITo vas a yc-ung l.-.wyor who had June  started practicing In n Btnall town anil  hung hli- Hlgn outsldo I1I3 olllco door.  It read: A. B wind lor. A Btr.mgor who  er.'Ao.A to coiibtilt bin. saw tho sign'and  ai.ld: My goodness, man, look at that  sign! Don'--, you hoo how it roads?  Tut In your first mime���������AJe.vander,  Ambrose or whatever It I:;.  Oh, yes, I know, b,iI<I the lawyor re-  ulgnedly, but I don't exactly llko to do  Why not? nHkod tho ellenl, It  looks mighty bad 113 It |������. What Is  your flMt nnmo?  Adam.  4  DRY IRRITATING HACK OF BRONCHITIS  WKTASTIY RFMFVFR P.Y ������������������rmDDUfWftT-Jl**'  No  Failure,   Cure In    Every   Case  Treated by CatarrhoKone  The primary teacher ub'.ioft lor volunteers In ������������������lory-tolling or sl.iglng, nnd  oue little girl finally otleroi ber service?. She eame to the fro-.t of tho  room and after standing quietly for  a moment, tumid to tho U'neher and,   r-*iiurkt-������l-.  Cite;  I wklt I had kept,dcow?r ������������r���������������������������Jiwt ������-rcai!io   the   bal-  gtlll *gmlc fitHeneof t,t   t'atarrhozone;   it  C'ftliirrh.i-oric ran't full to e������re nron-  Cliills', its I.M vtCfiit,, i.'..A...;-,-, ���������'-::*. ������.'���������-  s*ahii6tUut ovevy trace of ,Mi-> dlnetiBo  UleB beWro It. -. Wl en you Inhale the  puro ������������ln������*y vapoi o������ Catarrhozoiif, you  Hfiid heiillng modUntlon to tho spots  thnt nro diseased and sore.  Isn't U rational to nppl; medlclno  lu'vc the <U������i*aftr> evIsM? Perlalnly!  rind that's why Cntarrhozotiu is bo sue-  ce.isful, i������ KM-* where the trouble  reiillv i;>. K^f" whom u Hpray or oint-  Mcnt can'*, pe*. ctrate. For tho rJllef  and complete C1-"-* ������I l-ronthltl*). asth-  na catnr.\ throat trotiHe, wo guar-  outee Catnrr.iozono in evpry ease. You  don't take weiliflne���������yoii don't ������sko  tlct'H tho rcBt safoly and Hiiro])*.  "For lhr'>> years I was seriously  hotlip-od by p bronehlnl eough. At  night 1 would rwuken will, a dry Ir-  rfrnldr. or-lfiu \n mv Hirnnr. I rnnul-  n't ootigli up anything, hit xory mon  coughed my hront Int.-. fjulte nn In-  flammed condition, Once I got Cat-  trrhozene Inhaler 1 was nli right. I  took (t to bod, and if an nttaek awakened ino a few minutes uso of lho in-  hf.ler gavo nio relloi. Caiarrhoxono  1 at cured nn* sr.d I sirongl, urg**-  everyone wltt-. a wt.-ak throat to use It  IV^ll.ll'li.  (Signed) J. II. QKAMIill,  Kendlnz'.  ra|nrrhr:'Ofto will   not    disappoint  I you. CM the* cmiplote $1.05 outUt; it't  gn-inntend.     Snia,? tiro Mi: trial 0/  : cample ������lr.������ 2rn-. at de.Mt-r-   v rwvhr.-*-* '      0  'if.  4BDEL-NEWS. CTOrBERLAKB, B. C  (W"p'y'?T'T*^TT*������'fr^^*i'lt**f'JTTTTTT'*'   #  The  . i.  i ���������  i *���������  i  ������������������\ >  i*.  i'  i *  i >  i>  t-  i >  ���������  *  A  Mystery  Solved  \ **��������������� ���������  By   CLARISSA  MACKIE  ; -^Totfte searched every room in the  i house,Birch?" '-..',*  \7 .'.'Yes/and had a man to take records  ��������� of all" finger prints.   I say every room  ' in the house.   There's one-placo I've  been through,1 and l'vo a notion to go  there again.   Come with.me."    ���������*.    ���������<.  ..Sloan  followed   Birch  through   the  hall and up a flight of stairs to,the  third floor, where thero were several  bedehambors and a billiard room tin-  I der tho mansard roof. f From' the passage a door led into au open attic that  ran across the back of the house.   A  window at the back overlooked the  WATCHES THE CLOUDS.  SURGEON TO, A TIGER.  One  V-l -���������  ALASKA'S MIGHTY RIVER.  t*tW*'*t**<H'*M*****Wf**'W'***  smoke,  read  poetry  or do. wbat  he  wing containing tbe servants' quarters; '- pleases, provided ho keeps his weather  The manager of the Sloan Detective  igency pressed a button as he hung  up the,telephone receiver. .  "Semi Birch in," ho ordered as a*  jkoeli, beaded olliee boy appeared.  .  "Yes," sir." ,.  Almost instantly the door opened to  idmlt a broad shouldered young man,  ilcrt of manner, with keen gray eyes  **- ' i f* ' '  ������nd resolute mouth.  "You.-wish to see me, Mr. Sloan?" he  .eked. ,-i .J.  The oilier nodded. "Sit down' there.  I suy. Bob, there's been another one of  those confounded murders. It's Iliu-  nnin. tbe banker, this time." ...  "Josiah Ulinnan?"' Birch's eyebrows  went ui>. "Our greatest philanthropist  nud tbe most harmless of men! What  ire the details, sir?" '    ���������*'  "Oh. same as the other three. He  was found murdered in his bed"'this  morning. Doors of- the house locked,  uo signs of windows being tampered  with, servants all old retainers, not an  enemy in the world that we know  .bout, and yot foiipd dead by his  ralct."  "How was it done?" ,  * "In just the same manner ns^Flick-  1 Inger. (lie railroad king, and Benson,  who was, as you remember, Flickin-  ger's right hand man-stabbed through'  the heart with a dagger of foreign  make. I'm going up there, and I want  you to come on with mo."  "You know I'd like nothing better,"  returned the other eagerly.   "Mr. DJin-  , luan was very kind to tno when I was  It boy.,  ITe gave me my flrslf chance in  the worl'1.'.' ,.,���������-'���������  "I know.- He's helped a lot of other  ���������people too.    He was a line old chap.  and overhead was a trapdoor leading  to the roof.   A narrow ladder led to ���������  the trapdoor. ' .''���������,"!  " From tho doorway where they stood .  they could see, that the dust of the  floor was untracked near the window,  hnd any hopo that tho-murderer might  have gained tho roof, of tho wing and  entered the houso by the attic window (  ���������was at once dispelled.       , i  . Suddenly Birch touched his chief's arm. |  "Look there, sir]" he whispered. , |  Sloan bent his keen eyes to the floor  and saw the trace of footprints iu the  dust Some one had passed from the  ladder lo tlio passageway and gone  back ngaiti. . Instantly Birch hnd made  a detour so as not to disturb tho telltale marks with his own boots and he  was up the ladder and was lifting, the  trapdoor  New   Yorker'a   Ea.y*  and   Weil ��������� ^n. Exciting Operation' That Was Re* ' -fhe Yukon le Navigable For a Stretch  Paid, but Important,1 Job. '   | .'      ��������� paid by Gratitude.'    '   " I.'-.-        ot Over 2,100 Miles.  There is'one mnn In Now York who ������������������ When one of the tigers "in the zoo- Dismiss from your mind any notion  would seem to hold an, easy arid unique ' logical gardens in Dublin was treated tliat. tho Yukon river is a puny stream  Job. From Jan.' 1 to Dec. 31 he puts In." for gangrene in its pa*V, Rev.-Samuel . f0d by eternal glaciers and tricl-ilinr  ���������his- whole time,.watching for clouds .'Haughton," M' p., undertooK to, per- away to tha sea. It ..Is  from the top of one bf thb tallest sky-'  : form  the   dangerous  experiment   of  operating on the animal.   '  The mate of the tiger was first secured in a side den.   A net devised by  Professor Haughton was thrown over  he works with a"telescope, and.ho can    tlu, t'ger> am* be was drawn forward    (near St. Michael) at the,, Bering sea  ���������-���������--' t0 tho door of the cage. Four stout it is navigable all the way to White  keepers then held tne feet of the DJorse, mlhe' Yukon territory of Can-  struggling   animal,   whilo   Professor   ada, an unbroken stretch of ovor -A00  diseased  scrapers.- He does nothing else. Is well  paid if ho performs-his duty vigilantly  .and bas uo.oue to boss or hustle him  around-exeept tho clouds.    For tools  a river so  mighty that it can spread out over a  width bf sixty miles ou the Yukon  flats and still have depth enough tn the  main channel -to float neavily laden  freight   steamers.     From   its   mouth  WH1S0FTHE  Curious and Rapid Changes In.  the Velocity of the Wind.  HOLES*IN THE ATMOSPHERE  eye keenly peeled for the first sign ot  a stortr. clopd sweeping down the Hud-.  son. On, that rests his, whole job, foe  should-a thunderstorm catch him napping it would mean a serious strain on*  tho lending electric light and poyfet  company.  '���������-,- .  In no other city, but New* York do  conditions mako for such a contingency Owing to the compact construction  of the hugo blocks of. downtown skyscrapers an enormous amount of electric" light is suddenly demanded whenever the sky becomes darkened. Thou*  sands- of bulbs are simultaneously  Witched on. At nightfall this need  for light Is easily,,calculated,1 but no  certain provision cun be made against  the sudden overshadow of a storm  cloud other than by stationing a lookout man op the top of a skyscraper.  Consequently'when ho sees a cloud  Haughton ��������� cut   away   tho  claw.   .   '      '  ' The suffering beast furiously but  vainly tried to get at him during the  operation', but the rage of the tigress  ���������- looking on through the bars of the  side den was much moro terrible to  behold. Sho roared , and violently  flung herself against the barriers in  her mad des'ro to go lo the rescue of  her mate.        " '   ,  "Wlien the tigress was admitted to  tho cage af ter the wound of her mate  had been dressed she turned up the  piiw and examined it with touching  miles-two-thirds of tho distance from  New York to San Francisco. Add to  this the navigable water of its tribu-  taries-370 miles on the lunoko river.  "120 on the ldltarod, (520 on the Koyu-  l-.uk' and 302 miles on tbe Tanann-aud  you will begin to liavo a fair Idea of  \vhat a big river we have In our great  'ot-jji'lre beneath the Northern Lights.  The valley, drained by this wonderful-  river system of the north Is the hope  of Alaska. The wealth of tho past and  of-today has como from mines and  fisheries', and the lifetime of alt mining  regions is briefer even than human  life..  It has been only a few years.  'Unfastened, sir," he reported; "evl  deutlv pried up from tho roof-lock    sweeping down the Hudson or advanc-  broken"   ���������' '���������"        *  ing from any other direction it is hia  solicitude and then licked her mate    you ,.cmem-jer, since the, Klondike was  as a cat licks her kittens to sootlua    lbe ,jlost ac-jVe mining camp in the'  them, purring1 softly, the while. ^ , world.   Today it is a valley long sinco  But perhaps the" most extraordinary* <ieserted by Uio individual miner and  part of the affair war the sequel.. A - turned over to two big dredging corn-  week later Professor Haughton was panles, which work the low grade tail-  again at the zoo to see how his pa-    -jus-si    And   these  also   must  shortly  He passed up ou to lho ,roof, and  Sloan followed. .  , J ���������  . The largo expanse of flat, tinned root  was Surrounded by a fanciful iron railing. In'ouo place the railing had disappeared. There was a gap of.perhaps fifteen feet. Birch crept to lhe  edge of tho roof and'peered over. *���������; ���������  Funhv thing," he commented; "ihat  business to watch" Its approach carefully. - *  -Therein ho must use a bit of judgment. If it Is likely to sweep clear of  the city he need not bother aboiit It  But should he reckon it will pass over  Manhattan It is 'his business to tele-  phono.the chief, power station a warning that a storm cloud is coming.   At  iron  railing is'jdowu on the.ground    once a-red light glows In the engine  room, and the stokers hustle to shovel  coal into tho furnaces. Presently the  hugo generators revolve at greater  speed to supply the emergency demand  for electricity. Thus when the thousands of lights are switched on downtown few are likely to guess' how the  sudden call for light bas been met  Meanwhile the cloud, watcher is In  no fear that a mechanical device wlll  deprive him of his job, for the weather  instrument that can record just lhe direction a cloud will take In sweeping  on toward .Manhattan is yet in the dim ,j  fnture:of "invention.���������New York Trib- '<  uue.    ,  Course of tho Panama Canal.  There is a somewhat popular delusion about the Panama canal-to-wit,  4iiat_lhe-JCOHrsolfriunL&Jon,^qnJ_the;  there:-looks as though it had recently,  fallen.   Lei's havo Blunt up here."   He  fetched, tho*-valet, hnd'the two detectives pointed out the broken railing to ,  tlio astonished servant.  "Bul. sir," he protested. "I am surt.  jt was not broUen yesterday, because  the gardener would havo removed it  He cut tho grass yesterday and cleaned  up.the yard thoroughly. You soo. it  Las fallen directly underneath the library windows, and some of'.it sticks  right up in the turf"      . ,  "You heard no sound in the night,  you are sure?"       ...  "1 am sure, sir.   I sleep in the wii'g  yonder, and at the head of my bed ia  " a .boll  thut connects" with' Mr.; Hin-  man's room,.   One of .the servants in  the house next door was coming, home  ^TOn'i=an������art:v-i-eryHateHast=night=or. , ..,.���������<,,���������  early this inorniug. and' she 'declares    Caribbeau or Atlantic side of. the isth-,  -sho saw a uig blackbird hovering over ' *m'us, to,Panama, on the.Pacific side, is  "this houso. ' Sho is very superstitious,    .from cast to west   Of courso the* At'  tient was getting on. .When the animal espied him he began to purr like  a cat, allowed him to examine the*  paw and ' seemed - pleaded that hi*  should do so. Indeed, for years efter-  "ward the tiger and. tigress showed  themselves most friendly and grateful  to Professor Haughton.���������Westminster  Gazette. ,    -N  GRAVE  OF. EDNA  LYkL  Picturesque Spot Whero the-Noted  Author Lies at Rest.  Few people perhaps know anything  about the picturesque English village  of Bosb'ury, lying nlmo'st'beneath ths  shadow of the.lcngtliy rampartof hills  wliich divides'the valley bf the Severn   from .undulating,   orchard   clad  These Danger Spots, From tho Avia������*  tors' Viewpoint, Are Born of the AI-.  most Instantaneous Variations In the  Force of tlie Aerial Currents.  Since man has provided himself with  wings he lias learned more astonishing '  things about the air than were dreamed of In his old philosophy. He lias  had to learn them in order to unite  traveling safe on his new aerial highway, TbeVlnd was almost a complete  mystery until aerouaula began to make  close acquaintance with it*-, strange  moods and vagaries. The startling experiences of aviators have stimulated  the 'nnemomotrists-l. e��������� the wind  uu-asurers-tb fresh investigations,  which,have had surprising results  Consider," for Instance, these things  which have been found out by the  Aerotccbnlc institute of the University  of Paris*.  If.two anemometers (wind measurers* are placed side by side about seventy-two feet above the ground when ft  wind bf from thirty-three to forty-  eight feet per second Is blowing be  most remarkable differences In the velocity of the wind are observed. If the  anemometers are only tea Inches at irt;  both usually show nearly the sn-'e  wind velocity, but if the distance between them Is Increased to about thirty-two inches ono will.sometimes show  a wind velocity of ten feet per second  bore rapid than that shown by the  other. But this difference lasts only  for nn instant. If the, distance between the anemometers Is Increased-to  twenty-three or twenty four feet tbo  coat myself. But bow would you like usual length of an aeroplane, the,,ditto belong to a sable hunt, girls, aud forences in tlie velocity of the wind  collect a sable coat?' shown,,by them are occasionally onor-  "A customer of mine, though, a" fur    mons, but of very brief duration.  This  must clearly produce a racking effect  upon an aeroplane, which' may bo disastrous, for one end of It may for &  pass.���������Edgar Allen Forbes iu Leslie's.  SKIN OF A SABLE.  It Takes Lots of Treading to Make It  Soft and Fluffy.  '.'Otter hunts arc fashionable tn ICng-  laud," said the manicurist, "and 1 call  , that a sensible, kind or hunt    Look  i at the otter skins the girls can collect  I ���������and otter coats so fashionable now  'loo!  "I wouldn't mind collecting an otter  dealer, told mo I wouldn't know a  sable if I saw, one. I thought, of  courso, they'd be soft, "fluffy little foi-  Herefordshire:   It was to this garden    lows, but he says they have^a hide as  ,|S,.<.()l*d or so experience a resistance  of England! ,n. veritable, glory of applt    --      - * ....... _.-,.         . .  ' blossom ;in the springtime.'.that Edna *  Lyafl delighted to go for a few weeks  in each--year, of her short life.' and 11  was**' Bosbury   churchyard   that   she  "chose for 'ber last resting place.   ,   -  ' ' Iler grave beneath ' .he "shadow -ol,  . an old churchyard cross is a* very simple one���������merely "a plot" of grass* bor���������.  dered���������-byMl6^favorite-rosl0^trces.^UpQ������.  '..sir. nnd I suppose., she's imagined that  ' since hearing of the murder." .  .."Very likely." said Slonu.in'ii pecul-  , iar tone, and his eyes met those of his  lautic is at tho east aiid tlie Pacilic is  at, the' west, but the isthmus is very  crooked and at Ibis,point tends from a  little south'of west to north bf east  flat as a rat's: He says tlmt when  the skins are taken from the animals  they, are so hard that they are placed  *ln a tub and a'barefooted man steps  in and begins to tread on'them to soften them.' Tlio tub is tilted so that at  each step the man takes tho skins  slide down the slope and are kept  moving. - The mau treads for hours  and   hours   before any * pile, appears.  double that felt at the other end.  But this Is by no means all Not only ,  does the wind vary in this capricious  fashion at places a few/cet or a ,fevf *  yards apart, but It varies with equal  violence and suddenness at the same",,  point, as is "roved by fixing a single'  niieinonieter at a* height of.'seventy-  five or eighty feet above the. ground  nnd observing tho successive change**  That will  assistant   with   a   significant    and  Colon  is "actually   farther   west  llian' Panama. . As a result the canal  runs from north-northwest to south-  southeast, and on reaching the-Pacific  one Hilda.himself farther east than he  was when he lert the Atlantic. Uueer,  isn't it, to go westward by going cast-  ward? But it's a geographical fact, all  tho same, which fow realize until lliey  stildy tlie map.-Ncw York Tribune.  ajftcsik*  ���������iw pooTPniwre in the dust,  funny how they've picked out threo  men all Interested In the I-. H. M. railroad. I've no doubt tho snmo gunn  turned tho three tricks."   -  "Thcni wasn't a clew In the oilier  two eases," mused Birch as the rntin-  nger's nutoinobllo slopped before n  liundBomo stono house on tho Iinest  avenue of the smalt city.  In live minutes they wero In (ho*  denth chamber of tin* mansion and  Sloan was nipping oui ipiesllons to lho  ngitiilod valet faster than tho m;m  could llnd replies. When the Interview  iviib concluded they wero not much  ���������wiser thnn before.  ������l have not touched n llilng. nor hns  Ibo doctor." ended Blunt tearfully. "Ho  must have been imlecp, for the piip*U'������  wore folded on tho beiMAe table, as  wiih hl������ ciiKlom, nnd the light was out,  although iho murderer might hnvo dono  thut."  "Very true," snid Sloan. "Now, my  man. If you wlll leave iih nlono"-  niunt went oui and closed tho door,  nnd tho two defectives were left uinno  In the room from which Mr. Illnmun's  body hnd been removed a short wlillo  dfler their arrival. The two men hud  diligently wtirehi-d the luxurious npnrt-  ment iind after that ovory room In tho  houso, nnd now they moon ni������nd> ���������������������  gnrdiug the onl) c.Vir ul lunub  The Klcniler, blood stained dagger  "Whs-it data hnro yon concemlng tho  rilcklnger nnd tho" rtenson ciif-osr nuked flloiln.  . . ..ft.       1,1,.       rv,rt������* f,,������<1 rtltti m  inK**i  -.vtc.tw  *.*���������<  ������������������������������  ���������-���������   hook.  "Tho most Important 1������ that I learn-  -*d that four men who had lit'on  fllsrliargi'd by the railroad company  hail threatened harm to Mr. I'lh-kln-  per ami hi** mvn-tn^. I could llnd no  \rare ot thene men < ft w.i-i v.\\A that  on-*-, of (hem wa* roallr n titled forelcn-  tr down on hi*** lm-1*. thnt he bud pin.*-  rd through nil tho plm**--* of good ������"d  bad fortune und ho had fnllrd to m������k������  food.''  -I jrucKn hf't tho man we're ���������fter,"  (raid Wiitiii.  "VrttHt mmoY  "Vim ^^'u^'^'fr.���������,  .VOUll?  glance.  ."Thank you, Blunt,  do for tho present," ���������      * j  When the valet had disappeared  down the irapdoor Birch dropped to  bis knees and made a searching ex-  nmitialion of the"roof. In lhe'slight  layer of dust some clew might bo  found. '    ,  "It's here, slr"-he looked up wllh a  smiling face-"!ho .tracks of tho 'big  blncl-blnl.' And the discovery reveals  how tho otftor two "murders wero committed." . ���������  Slonn knelt down beside him nnd  watched the movement of Birch's lingers as ho pointed out tho trncka nindo'  by the rubber tired landing wheels of  nil aeroplane. When tho mhehlno had  made Its departure It had carried away  fifteen feet: of the ornamental rolling  from the roof.  "Find a foreigner who answers tfl  the description of Vim BenJIdck. tf  ho Is n skilled tivintor bo's your man,"  was Sloan's decision.  "You remember thnt tho rcsldcueo ot  Mr. rilcklnger Is of this snmo lypo-  llnt roof und so forth?" quostloncd  Birch ns Ihey returned to tho olllco.  "I remember, and I also recollect  that Thomas Benson lived nt tho Hotel  Batwell. and his room wns In the siu-  ntsi, ti (hU roofed wing.  Onco In tho olllco Slonn picked no  the tirternoon edition of a New VorlJ  newspaper. Suddenly ho uttered u  Hlinrp exclamation and pointed to ���������  glaring headline on lho front page.  "Vou won't havo to look tiny further,  Birch! Your man's found nnd lost-  gonu to IiIh reward!, Listen to this:  '"Auolher daring aviator met death  early this morning liusomo unknown  manner. Itudolf ItenJIdcl*. well known  as a fearless (Iler, wiih round cnishi'il  to death under tho body of his heavy  aeroplane on tho grounds of thb Broad-  brook Country club It Is not knowu  at what moment or under what clreuni  It stands a'small-Io'ua cross-with tht  inscription: - ��������� ' ',*  i     ADA ELLKN BAYLY  (Edna Lyall),  ��������� * February Sth, 1903.   - ���������  ."My trust Is In tlio tender  mercy of God for evo.r ancl ever."  ".Won by Wailing"  wns Edna Ly.  all's first book.   "The" Autobiography '  of a Slander" reached Its twenty-four  thousandth edition soon after publlca- j  tlon and was translated Into several.,  Innguuges.-Uretit Thoughts,  * \V"lien~Trb"eg1nsrto~rIs<rlB5~������kins~jn-e~  oiled and the treading begins again.  This is1 continued until the skins are  as supple as chamois and the pile, has  become so high lhat tlie fur basr lhat  soft depth and beautiful. rich gloss  which'wo see in Fifth avenue.  "I  always thought  a  sable was a  pretty creature, with fluffy fur like a  kitten,'didn't you V'-New York Trlb-  . uue.       '  Canine Etiquette,  In their relations ono with another  dogs have, a keen sense of etiquette.  Unless they nro on very Intimate,terms  they take'great, pains never to brush  ngnlnst or'oven touch one another.  For one dog to step over another Is n  dangerous breach of etiquette unless  they are special friends. It is no uncommon thing for two dogs to belong  to tho snmo person and livo ln tho  snmo houso and yet never tako tho  slightest notice of each other. Wo  hnvo a spaniel so dlgnliled that ho will  never permit another member of the  dog family to pillow.his head upon  hlni, but with the egotism of n true  aristocrat ho docs' not hesltnto to mnko  use of the other dogs for thnt purpose.  -Ilonry O, Merwln In Atlantic.  No Canes For Actors.  Thoro Is ono profession that has nl-  ways refrained from carrying n walking stick. Tho actor knows well thnt  ��������� on llm stnge ho must walk without ex-  (riiiioniis support, mid ho knows that  tho mere hint of n walking stick lu hln  hnml ns ho wall'ii tho streets Is a  lemptnllon to lean (his way or lhat.  Act urn, even whon out, of a Job, never  loan on a slick, They know that their  baliiuced walk Is I heir asset. If (ho  wholo ,of society recurs to walking  (���������ticks tho actors will rofrnln.-L������mdo������  Chronicle.  Not Even Qent.  Llltlo  Hrle   had  dropped  n  basket  Raphael. ,  At the ago of twenty-one Unphacl  had dono work that had well siirpnss-*,  cd his mastcr.'who was then a man oM  fifty-eight. . ' '        ���������  By tho lime ho was twouty-flve  Raphael's fame hnd so spread thai  Pope Julius IL mimmoned him to  Romo to decorato certain chambers In  the papal palace. From this time to  his death, a period of twolvo years, he  remained the greater part of lho time  in Borne. Though most fnmou" ns a  painter, he was stifllciently grent In  architecture nlso to bo nppolnled at  tlio ago of thirty 1o succeed- Bramnnto  ns tho architect of the new St Peter's,  Hut his,greatest commission remained.  Btill, that of decorating tho walls ot  the Vatican. Tho remaining years ol  Ills lifo were,crowded with an amazing; amount of work-numbers of large  nnd smaller paintings and numerous  frescoes.-Woman's Homo Companion.  _iTnTs~llTdlMtious~or^ci(>i"ityyTnu8~ir~  has been foeud that "a wind whoso average Telocity was "about thirty-eight  "feet per second maintained tbat ve-.  ibelty for as.much as ten successive  seconds and then-in a second and a  half dropped to less than fourteen feet  por scoona. which lt maintained during  two seconds, after which '** the course  or half a second It sprang up to a velocity of lift: feet per second! It maintained the last mentloued velocity-for  only a single second.  In nuotr-'r case the velocity of the  wind rose In three-quarters of a second  from twenty-six und one-quarter feet  to fifty-seven and one-half feet per second. ��������� . ,  Considering theso fucts, Jt Is no won-  ' der that aviators meet with strange  A V/ay to Distinguish Twins.  Twin brothers who have been called  up for servico in a Paris regiment aro  so alike that it is impossible to distinguish between tliem. The other day  one wns contined lo barracks, and by  changing/his.cap, with Its regimental  number, for that of his brother he was  able to- pass lho guard whenever ho accidents by running Into whnt they  wished'to go out.  The colonel has now    call "holes In tlie nlr." for the sustnln  Issued.tho following order to obviate  -Rich tricks: "The soldier bonhommo  (even number) wlll wear his hnlr as  Ion,'  as the regulations, construed with  thev utmost leniency, wlll  nllow and  will shnvo his beard and mustache.'  Tho soldier bonhommo (odd number!  will, allow his beard and mustache to  .j-Yow full and wlll have bis halr-regii*  i'ltirly cut ns closely as possiblo by lho  Vglmenlal barber/'-London Mall.  stances BenJIdck met his death, but II j containing some eggs on his wuy bomo  Ih supposed that ho was trying out tits ��������� fiom the grocery  bl������ niachltio which he recently pur  "  Uied to Her Yells.  Tho story of tho lad who cried  "Wolf!" to fool liN neighbors had a  modern version tlio other night In an  uptown npartment house. Miss II, bo-  gnn taking mush! lessons, livery body  heard her and got moro or loss used to  It. But tho other night Miss II. Htart-  cd to yell-as usunl, every ono thought  -and the neighbors wont right on trying to pay no altontlon to It, Ah a mat  lor of fact. Miss IL had found a burglar In her npiii'tmont, nnd ho got awny  with Mists II.'s Jim-els Just becnuso every one did go right on paying no nt-  lo.nllon to hei'.-Now York Tribune.  Ing forco of the nlr, on account of tho ,  sudden vnrlntlons of tho'wind, may  almost Instantly lose half Its vnluoand  then with equal suddenness recover, or  moro thnn recover, Its former power.  Such things enable any one to understand tho peculiar perils that the aviator has to faco. Even ordinary mortals  know thnt lho wind Is capricious, but  to iho navigator of the nlr It becomes'  Bonu-llmnn n'very demon, or n legion  of demons, whoro eccentric gamboling!  nm as tincontrullablo as they aro unexpected.  It tool: thousands of year*- for-sen-  men to lonrn how to faco with unflinching hearts the vagaries of the  ocean waves and currents and for  ���������Bhlpbulldei'H to devise vessels thnt  could defy them, but It seems llliely  thnt wo In n few decades shall-hiivc  mastered tho caprices of lho atmos-  chased.     An   Investigation   l������   helmi  made Into the matter.'"  li-'ilinrr Birch had arisen iimlwinUiilt-  toning his coat.  "I'll bo thcru at that iiivcs(in.i(l*ju,  he said grimly.  Tivo days nflenvnid he returned t������  thn olllco with a chain of evidence that  "How ninny did yon break?" ashed  his mother..  -  "1 didn't break any." replied Hrlc,  "but thu hulls o.-iino off two or three,"-  Cliit-ngo <NuWH.  Tomato Seed Oil.  An excellent burning "11 hat been ei-  'li in'ted from tomtit" seeds,  TIicm'. wllh  left no -hubt lhat the unlucky nrlniot (hi) skins, are dmroughty dried Initio  had been tlio murderer o������ m������ m-*-* ���������**--.������������������.   ������������������ ****���������-���������- -;4* '���������;*; ���������"'���������"' j'', [!.,.  men. whom ho brlleml had worked Hydraulic pros** and yield n.*,,_,._l^  him harm. Tho shoes he had worn ���������.���������or*.  responded lu every detail with llm footprints found In tho aitle of iho tlin-  mnn house, anil In hl������ pof'kets ������,cr������  found not only Mr. Iflntiinn'-i Jewelry,  but diamonds thnt werw arterwiird  tdentlfWl (it tho properly of .Inmi-l  FII'-klnx-fT.  low oil. Thin when burmd In n lamp  gives a bright, odorless ilght.-Lowlon  Mnll.  Mad* Him Tee Good.  "Ho nlio mnrrled lilm to reform blm.  And whnt 1������ tho renultV"  'tie** tn ffitnft mrr thnt hot r hoc-ml  Tbrr. ������������. nothing Ml In do In th. bj lho gown, .h, wear.." - l^t-m  mnMor.   ItetHbiitlon bad overtaken Vit   - "���������*��������� P"IW-   murderer beforo h<* f������>;iM mnUt* n-**' ^ .   .    .                  ,       . Jt������i������������������.,i������������  1,1. vmj ilM.   Tlie ������W������ lrt.ekbl.-d- ������t !��������� th* ���������urmounllwr or rllmrultlM  Imd pror-*-! ������ bird of ������rll omen to tilts.  Hmd Luck.  "1 always havii tough luck."  "Wh.il'H tho mutter'*"  "I paid Brown $r> (hnt I borrowed  from him sovernl weeks ago."  ���������'Wliero'a lho lough luck*/"  "Ilo sttlif afterward that he'd for-  mi-en .11 about Iti"-Detroit Frc.  Proud.  Often thi Can..  . "It wan a fair fight, wasn't It?'  "Suro It was, The under dog gol  whipped."  "Call dial a fair hRlit'*"  "Walt, now, let mo explain. Th.  under dog provoked lt."-8t. T.onls Ho-  public.  Out It Went.  "Good night, my sweet; farewell, my  lovo; my soul goes out to thee!   But  timo Is speeding fast, my love, nnd 1  must (pilclily  Heel    'TIs but a  few  short hours, my love, and you must  think of mn till wo meet again tomorrow, love!   My soul goes out to I heel"  Thus spoko o lover to bin hiss. Duop  Iu her eyes gazed ho.   Now, ono fond    p|,ero nn(* imvo produced nlrshlps that  l-lsii, one fond embrnco-how sweet ll ��������� w\\\ Hnfely I'ldo tho wildest wind,  was (o scol I    It Is the ndvnncc- of science (hnt hns  Oh. horror!  Then her pa appeared,    j --ivon us the groat ndvtintngo which wo  "What  menus  Ibis, sir*/"  snid   ho. 1 powers over our predoeexMirn In over-  Then, with an angry snarl, ho roared,    coining   natiiro'a   obstacles,   hut   In-  "My solo goes out to thecr-Londou    Increaso of knowiedgo would not hnvo  .j.?, Ecrved iw If (hero had been d..'1'ense  of courage. That then haa been no  Biieh decrease Is proved every day by  tho daring feats of u*lnton������.-<!urrott  Y. Sorvlss tn Now York Journal.  Loflio of Youth,  "Fnthfir," exclnlmed John vigorous  ly, "why don't Quakers tako off tbeli  hats'f"  "I'.conu*-"*. my non. It Is their bellol  that to removo their ha(������ Is u mark ol  respect that thoy think they should  pay to no man."  "Well," remarked lho,,boy uftcr ������  moment'*' sllcnco, "how do thoy manage when tbey havo to h������v������ their huh  ru-*,"-Youth'. Companion.  Jana  Cheerful Peitier.p*.  -Tho nwirn. h-iv* hwelit  Over-itudy.  Books nro plcnsant, but If hy helnn  overstudioiiH wo Impair our health and  .poll our good humor, two of tho bent  fmlf* we hare, let up give It over. I,  for my parr, am ono of Uiom* who  -.think that no fruit derived from them  enn recompenso ������o great rn los..-  Montalgno.  Lin., en th. F������r.h.**J,  Thf������ IUh-." on tho fnri-liMd *"��������� etnterl  Onu Way to Clean Window..  Thoro nro bo many "best" ways to  clean windows that one hesHnieu to  offer hor method unless very ������uro It ti  tho way. Threo or four ounces of  ���������emory Hour In a heavy canvas sack  about six Inch*** square will clean and  polish window, wllh greater caRotlinc  niivtbiug cine l fcjiow.- .S'in|'i,> thu iht  I..!; ������*.������.������������������ IU* nliiftorr. It ii'm rpmnv(-  Mruaku from miy uIim.-Wiiitip**1  Homo Companion.  cnr.   iTIfo-Cnn't you .ay .omothlna   h   perpetually railing th* f-yehrowf,  cJiwrful onv In ntthllel   Jnni������������-Th. ' ^-j IJ0 pcnnr,nc*)t help etn ho hnd nn  that make* htrott.-I.ouli Kotiul*.  bnmsnatt maculat* I rvrr mw and too.  ond hand at thut'-Chlengo Ktwi.  What rlp.nt f������������t ("������*��������� M4 U't-  SbaVt-t-pftr*.  til (ho linl/lt li In somo m.niurt con-  t]M*ttK\. 1 ho line, ihould ht ron.R.aM  ncro*. ttit fiirrowt and trltb . rottr-f  moTtmcnt outw.rd toward Ul Um*  B.tl. ef Brno*..  J no iniiiK..** V'<*������ ���������-* *-v- **��������� "*���������- ���������������������������"  fry nt nnig** (a pl.ycd on the prlnclpif  of a muulc box, wllh an tnornwo.  drum weighing 2,000 ponndi. In tn.  flrum nro 80,000 hole, for brts. PW  which touch tho trackers ������n������ move thr  wlrot commnnlcflUntf with tht bth  bomrr.Br.. Tho ������In ������ro eh.nB-*"i odc������  each yonr, but the drum rau.t b.  wound up every two hour..  ���������p...-. .1 ��������� " "  fjpflnd * f.w mlnattt W fttid o*  whether ������ tblrtB It worth Aetni b*tm  vou luead Uoun U -Solnc It* rr-?  mm  ^-*V*i4.**JrW������   1**L4<MF*>W  THK NEWS, CUMBERS AMD, BRITISH COLOMBIA.  i.Wirt-i*M|.������l  ITT H**ftT*Tnr***���������-���������������������������**" *UKVft.*UIBK������J:l������  llie Furniture Store  Special  lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain Prices  New lines'of Linoleums, Wall  Papers and "Furniture  Just opened out  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves  .and.Ranges on-hand  I  *i-.r-.' ������*-������- -���������> "V  Ik*c Ulock,  A. MoKlNJSTON0"   Cumberland  ipixrmsaemKistrs^A **s������* ib;  It  wr ,-nzv&*.t-*vm*maKrjnjmiJV.rym*muu.ilmm.9. . mua*j LtfJWMgwwwwwL^BMi .nficTVUUimnm  WWaSSt-BBSSRWHS***  SHKARlifc V.J-'.     "  CANADIAN COLLIERIES  A-: apr-i'P.l   ,on beliiilf   ot   ������he { g c  Coiiifii'.''--.'-Rniust. Mio   verdict of  a   speci.il   i'.i:v  ���������.'.witv-.l'mj; $7000  da.nujH-s. wns  won ;i' few weeks  ago-by the Company.  --o   DO  ���������  ' THE LABGEST  ������  FARM STOCK and IMPLE-  SNTS ever held in the  Comox Valley  41  .'Practical Boot a&dSj-aoe^akej  .:." Repairs Neat and  ' . ' '"Miners''and-Loggers'/-*  - Boots to , Measure'' '  Dunsniuir Aire,,   'Cumberland  ���������pa  E-**  ������������������"I  ii  Messrs  H;*Vclv & "Uiscoe   have  received    instructions  ft    from Mr. Oecrj-t-JelTi-VifS- who is leaving for Alberta, '*>  lo .v.11 by l'UIJIC AUG"! ION on liis ranch, situated he -������.  .                             -       . w  tween Comox and Connenay, commeueing at 11-30 a. ,49  '          *                        ..                           ���������,- *-,. , (j������  Tuesday; March 31st, 1914  fi������  POPOV lTCil  VS.  C'ANADfAN COLLIERIES g[<  Iti tin.** c:ise PopoviLch sought  to recuver wa^cs ag.dnst llie Com  pany, b'nt 0:1 what gionnds'it is  very diliirnlt to say, one Sam  VUler was engaged by t.ie Com  pany as a con t.vac or and took  Popovitch in as a partner, the  contractor.'went in ihe hole and  because the Company, protected  all men employed by llie contractor, 1'opovilch, though \i partner  and iu the position of a o contractor, seemed, to think that he  should also !*-* paid. Judgment  was rendered   in    favor .of   the  ."< in pany with costs against Pop-  'ono-oi ���������  C^OWfi  THEATRE I  Cumbeflsnd  OPERA HOUSE  Gourtenay.  fJEW   HALiLt  Be van  ���������coiulucied ilie deicuce for the  . Comoanv, while Popovitch was  1 icp-.tsented by Mr. A. Leightou.  -   We had a gentle   reminder ou  M'e-.luesday 'ore noon ihat 'winter  Mill lingers iu lhe h'.p "of spiing,  ,    ���������<*>���������  ��������� "-   *  MEETING *0r COUNCIL  '']',*!f Oily Cofjueil met in ro/'iilnr  t'-r- iii-.-dii M'tid.'.y eveninffjii full  ] '< n\ bt ins;* pre,*(;iil.  (..)���������)��������� irninie i'Ioii   from  M.  Mnn  1 v,  i "i. i*"; jjnvtrimif-nt   it id   lo* school  v.-i-f: 'i-rt-ived aud filed,  ,\co*.ui-if:",-,T. JO, Hale, $5.50;  ��������� *. 11 ni i *���������'.) i) .1 nil, $ 18-1 ������������������*). Va fised 0v -  i-i lu Fiiniiii'o ('or*.mif t������*f*.  A I.i l:,'i.l:s-' it*. I reduce'1 11 by-law  j . pr?viil������' f������r pn ccf.-ding.** lobe  1 ni i',. .for iho oonutruc������ion of ti  iv -tic, iindr/takin kh 11 Local Jin  I ruvcini-ut. which \v-ii������ lend a lirst,  ;  0 ud nixi (bird li ne.  Tho oommiuoi* rnp-irlo-l llmt lho  K Ucf 1 ic Unlit Co.. \voro prppued  t iM'.n!������uiny nlii'ralin:-- in Hired  i*uhi'j, imd rppliici! ihe jiment  iHin]ii with nny nizo linnjiH nt tlie  ���������> uu- r.C.o. iih il pi(*������ ii', nnd thot  :.-l i.ili'.f iuul imili'iiiil would bo  c'u yd ot coft. Tlio Olcirlc waa  jiiHitmlotl l) wiiio U, 0, Telephone  U   p  rises as  Usual  Moving   Pictures   will  be shown in the above  II places "as follows:���������.,  THUy~3cH*ngeTa week |  Monday.1  ��������� Wednesday  i  and Saturday, Courten,. p  81 ay;  Thursday.    Bevan  g  i-xiq.Sbouicf'Each jj  ���������       '      Night B*  &  ������  ft  ii  o  to  *?)  o  0  ���������42"Hencl of Choice Dairy. Cows  and young Sto������k  -5 rirst=clci.ss Morses  ,"   -40 Slieep, SncSuding* Rams, Ewes  and'Lambs  30 Pigs, InoSi-t-Jing 4 Brood Sows,    ,  ���������    Chester White Boar  3'Oeese      ���������. '   ���������  E--4 Duclcs  200,Chlokene "  Ais**o Furniture and a Full Line of Farm  U  t>  Q  ft)  IJ'o  tr  ������  0  t  ImpEen ents wsiich are mostly newt    ������  .HARDY '&':BiSGOE  !���������'  -* 5  y  issrssai'  |llli||l!lllll!llllllllllllllllilllllllllll!l!IIIIIHI!IIIIIIW!l||||||||lW  lill!lill!ll!llill!i!  (-1 -MX _0  t  !l  -���������3    4.  -(^  ���������Si S fl t' s   a D    ���������   it  III iff i-i  ^  i-'k  'I  '"  *���������     .*������������������������������������  6". i  IB     w   ������3     r'v *������������-���������"***" t^*-������^ is        'I"  i.'i ^.^a^ ' I i  w  AUCTIONEERS    ������  g    G. JEFFRIES  PHONE  R 81 ��������� PHONE  iO  KsracMB-i    11 ������������������11111 ii 11   1   Tinnii'n    ���������������������������iT'iiTnnrnTrff  MAROCCHi BROS  GROCFRS   d;   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  CF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS  1  i  =3  The first  shipment of* our .spring-stock*..of. .  . Shoes have arrived in  Men's' Tan .and Black; Button  Ladies: Tan, Gun Metal, and  ���������- , Navy "Blue Suede- in*. /"���������';.  Lace'and Button';.-.:;.;���������,.r.  Watch for our Sale of Odds and Ends.after  "Stock-Takinof  2  "i    11  s5     1,1s  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Coin pun \'.<5. I-JK'ER  'Wholesale'Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aiid Liquors.'"    -    c- _.  I . M  .   ���������*"  a    *-i  B,'il  "1-J  .THE "IBEA:L" STOBE"' ���������x^-i^i* ;',| J  H- MB  W. WirCHELL,.Mgr'  Co. nskit*"   for  tho   mo of   their  pult-s from which to si ring wirfs.  Tin- Roiu'd nf Works wore mith-  orizt'd lo havo lho lu-hi., on, Duna-  nuiii' avenuo nltiitil ns ioon nf  pos-silile.  The Clerk wns insi moled to com  plete tho AFW-ppmoiH Roll; nnd i.n-  tfrc.iHH tl-,e iiBFeFFment on nil 1o:f  on DuiiFniuir nvonnn froiu First to  Third pi root #300.00,'* nnd from  Third to Fifth bItppi $200.00, .ind  all otl.or loin #100 00,'.  A Court (if Ilevi-tion to hoar nnd  doci-Jo complni. ibftgniiiFt tho As*  FOFs-iiiont Koll wi'i ho lit'ld on M-iy  (), 1014.  Tho Hoard of    Trndf-   wmro ro  (���������neate-l    to  irifpcct  ihu Fidownlkp  and have climgr-roiH |������lncofl ri-jiaiv-  cd,  **-***y-"T<-**-*<f**-*mi������'**--^  NOTICE  mmwmm%%mmw*m0m*mmmmmm****in*^mr*m  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  Every conveyance fivm the  Msquimalt & Nfinaimo Railway  Company, not already registered,  should bc lodged in the Land Registry Office before May 31 st,  next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act Amendment Act;  1914."  L. H. SOLLY,  Land Agent  TT1STREET  |^J?V5'^^**Bj*^^*>*^',,;^^ ���������*-V%*Vvis^������'\---''***'������-^  jt^t 74 i^*"\\mnn^i ���������civ^t-iai  THE  I       McRae," Actoa, HaymanV; :J ,:|,  iiii!!i!!i;;ii!!iii;iiii!iiiiii:niii!iiiiii!i:iiiHi!ira ' <*  u^ga-K-'u-^^-T^rjrJS-afcaBJarwi-ti -tri**iT-i'..an wmm ujwumm .ws&MirumtmaiszaBMzZM ���������a-D^rrwia-gs-y.-sB-jtLJWB^^ c  _\.    1*  ���������^ IlillllilillS'llllllliJIIiilll'lllliilll^ Si!lilillillllliiilli;illii,:l,-*fe-" * *������  ivm-j 7* i^M.n-M ���������������*i*.*'t--tfl*fcj- nrvJ-voc-iiin/nr.-  CAPITAL, ^15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  ���������* MONEY; ORDERS ���������  Issued by The Canadian Banlc of Commerce, are n safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory)'and in the principal cities of the United States, arc issued at  the following- rates : -��������� '' '  $5 nml-under    3 cento  Over    5 nml not exceeding $10..    (3    "  ������������������     10      " " 30 10     "  "     30      " ������������������ 50 .....15     "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  8.0  Bhould be* mndo ty meana of our CPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Iiisucd without delay at rooconablo rates.  2 7 I   BERLAND BRANCH.'  W. T. WHITE, Manng-cr  KOTICIS,  'Any person or persons found  cntiiii<>; timber on my property  on Roy Road without, my permission will be prossecnted,  LOST���������Dark che.siuut male  (colt,) niissMiig since the hist  week in January from Kuuuv  Hav.    A reward of Sro will  he  * c  paid for   iuforuialioii   yivcu   lo ���������%  t Wcoi    Woodl  Wood  ^  ^    Now is tno iinio to plain* (I)  C*)    )������>nr order   for   SLAB |  % WOOD     . |  (a)    52,Cb.. .j.er doiil.'lu load* fe  *  ������������������ - |  From The , $  1 Star Livery Stables I  Geo. Stevens, Fanny linv.  (JO TO~  HU8H MITCHELL  VOW   YOU It  Gen'l Blacksmithind  Horseshoeing  ii Third St.       Cniiilwi'lhud  & -?^;������������������������������������������������������������S ������������������������������0^,  SITUATION WANTKD-Hy  n young Jiipmcsc, in hotel or  .store. Speaks good English.,  Apply Kobaya-ihi  No  i ('jimp  mm -mm^������������^^^.������������^m,m.m.m^m^m>m.mm.m.^mm  WANTICD-Uelinble agent to  handle     Indian      motorcycles.  Wholesale piice giveu   ou   mn  I'hiius io u-'.* ns   di'iiii'iisJitiinrs.  if   p.-icluM-r    means   hin-infs*!.  \Vr!'e.  TI'.oj?    IMimJey,   Vic-  I  VOU SALIC CHKAP-A   fivi  ronin cottng*', on I^iniili Avmin ,  t , ,\,      t   T'i     t t'i    ,.  >' j'j'-j  '*-* *-u*'" ������������������'"'   "  FOR SAI.K���������Singer Sewing  Machine Nicdles at"this Office  LUST���������A liold Wnccik-f ) iu  representing a ''Ike." Finder  will please return same lo News  Office.  11 ���������!��������� ��������������������������� ������������- ������������������ ������ii      VOU SALK���������11 ouiio mul. 10  :ii'iva of   hml   ou   Vo\'a   lloud  *���������������  rinse Im town. Term* $1")(),00  ijoini, lifilnnvt* iiioullily. IJ/nn-i  rnriMir. Apply j\ 0, llox 1*3(3  t,r thiii nllieo.  i  CapitiUPeiid Up $11,C60,000,  'iRe'serve $13.0C0;0COjf 3  The:;:Roya! Baiik: of ;Canad������iv.';1 1  "3.  % Dll'AlfTS   ISSUED" IN   ANY    i: URRENCY, - PAYAliLE   AI.L-f   <|  | '������������������ 0Vm\. -'I'liK. WOK Ll).' ', " '.  I --PE0IAL A-T-i'lCKTlOS paid, loSAVlNl-JS ACOOb-NTP &'i. ti-ro'i  |; ^  I ni ld-.*lie*:i  Onrri-t't Ivnifif- ali������-wttl on Ih\ioi iin of !j!| aiui lijiivnrda.'  i, '���������������������������  1 CrJ.V[3'31U Vt-JD, 3   0 ,'3-u-a-ih, OpJri Dxil/                   ..-.'"  ���������y. UNION ~������AY, B.C.. Sub-Branch, Opon Tuesdays & Fridays    ,      s m  1    - D. M. A-lORRtSON- Alantigef. -1 ��������� ������!ll  i roURTJENAY,   ������. O ,' Branch,   Open Daily.       '_.".' |  ���������i '   R, .-i." -I    RDWICKE, Manager. ...'".* *"      Q  .%iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii:i;iiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii^  H    i  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC ...        CONVEYANCING  ft  j  i   :   I    DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  twsnwmum' mmMiUm  rnnni-fi  niiar:i  =V-. BOfiO^A.*  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  niliii mm a i*nwn9**M*rrmwwMm  V, 0. BOX 432  PHONK 20....  CUMBERLAND  tmOmmmmmmVBOIti  IF YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  1  $  Get out in the open on an  Icle  You never know tbe  true *Jchi)-aratiun ol  m-otoroycllni  till you  rids the lndl������**-~  Oi^ildly tii 19U laJIia.  The new eomtori featar������i  mike it more thin ever tbe  pttltet motoroyole, Vibra--  ��������� tion end johintf don't eviil.  Power, Speed end Endnreeee unequiled  by tny other motoreryole. Coil* next to  notldnt to mr-lnfr-ln. Easier to ride than  ��������� bloycte.   Need* no |eN-(e,        ���������  TheGall  of the  Open  Coinc*. will) llie uuuilli.s  of S|jriii|4 ;iikj at Plimley s | ,  ^  everything is reatly for the  Cyclist nncl  the Motorist.  J  The 1914, "Indian1   The I  Motor x yak's,    The i9T4 [  /'Overland" Cars and the  new cycle models by the  ���������vorld's K-.ading' makers all  ���������.wait your choice,  bend  or free catalogue to-day,  rhos. Plimley  n  ���������.-,*-  .il  Q VIES 8TRBET  VICTOR!/ , 15. C.


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