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DROWNING'/'AbGlDENT.AT,���������'���������-��������� UNITY OF OPPOSITION  .���������.';   1 JENMAN'USLmD /; >:  'r ������������������'  ���������  A sad drowning accidtnt.^occurred ' oh; Tlie'^day ihorriihg  at (lie ..Graham & "McFarlane  mill, when'Tlibmas Scott, who  was employed titi the booin,- accidentally slipped off the .boom,  and being unable, to swim, sank  in six feet "of water. Tlie body  was recovered about fifteen minutes, after -the accident. "Dr  Meadows was immediately summoned and" was promptly on  hand, but despite'an hour's streu  uous effort, failed to restore ah-  imation. The untimely death pf  this well-known and popular  young man,, has cast a deep  gloom over'tho community.', lie  leaves a widow.* toi'mourn hie loss.  We have been fortunate in  .securing the sole agency; for  . Cum her  itor Infants,'. Ohildreus/Mis  ses and Ladies the D..& A.  and   ka>Diva, Gowcts'are.  "correct. . .  SIMON LiEISER���������:& Co  t  .limited:..^  :  Bnii" nn'ir Ayenii^"-I'lJON E^CUMiJERLAND - j:  The Naraiiiata, Bible Classiu  its two recent '.entertainments at  Cumberland and ! Bevan, took in  the handsome si*h* of -$198.00 <  SURPRISE1 PARTY  ;     '  A happy gatheiiiig surprised  .Miss Gelia Aitken at her home,  Beach View;*ou the. evening of  February 15th. - A most-enjoyable .evening was spent with  singing, .musical, selections ���������'���������on  the violin''-and cornet, and dancings *  Uefreshments were served.  After a hearty, vote  of  thanks  - * -.   ��������� ��������� -,.    *    -. * ������������������- ������  was tendered" -the1 hostess,'; the  party lefty for.'; their   respective  houieslate iiijtlui.mdriiiiig.-' ���������!   '  ,',*. Two, ;polit ieal c<inventions have  been held in Victoria,during the  week, ono by tho Conservatives  and the other by tlie Liberals.  T-ho f(>rnioi\ha& dono littlo but try  to patch up differences and got  some new lifo'iuto tho dry bones.  Tiio hitterIbaslboeii titll-of enthusiasm, confident in tho knowledge  thnt life is already returning, and  that all sections of" tho Opposition  uro unitod   as   one   man.    Thoro  [*���������  ..was a noto of .confidence throughout, tinged with tho .knowledge  that a chango for the hotter can bo  uiado only through self-denying  work for tho common good.  It was'good-to meet   tho   men  who camo from the   far   ends   of  iliOjprovinco and got  keyed up to  the proper pitch'iliy .contact   with  mon wlio are'iii dead earnest  and  wlio nro willing to give time and  monoy for tho service   of tbo public.     Four hundred "men  ansein-  blo4,\hardeiiod   veterans, of   iho  Liberal    causo-    and v exuberant  youths mingling,and "partaking bf  tho spirit which has brought   the  peoplo .of-the Anglo-Saxon j-aeo to  tho present proud -position   as   a  self-governijig peoplo.    Thoro was  a look of determination' on  every  face,   that   determination * which  has boon.tho dread of the enemies  of pur race., for so many .centuries*,  aiid wliich   bodes   well   for   aiiy  ca.uso -w.hicli'.th'oy stand behind.'.  "-rAs'tho reports of- the "different  >MACFARLANE BROS.LTDr^  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE:"  i  it  New Suit Samples Just to hand  for  CUSTOM  TAILORING  -A ferryboat"wasv,badiy needed    , "According- to ��������� this /paper,"  on Dunsmuii avenue last  week, observed Mr. Goodwin,.'"a man  Wuy get the governmen,to fix  our streets, and. tlien .have them  ���������destroyed' through' not having,  proper conduits ior the water ?  -The water last week was* rushing down  tlie centre^of Duns  muir avenue like a river.  For the first time in  the   history of the British Empire, England's   guns   are    spiked,   A  British subject has   beeu   killed,  maybe murdered, by   a   revolutionary desperado,   iu   Mexico,  aud if the claims of the   United  States under the   Munroe   Do.:-  tiine are conceded,   England   is  powerless to' act.    Such  n position  is   almost    inconceivable.  TheMistrcss ot the Seas may uot  puisu-i   her   traditional   policy,  may uot laud her inuriiues,  may  not train her guns and  may  uot  (demand that instant satisfaction  which has been   her  wont  and  wliich has inspired such eoufi-  denco ij* the reality   of   British  "protection, and all because of a  figment known as the  Munroe  Doctrine.    Instead,   she    must  chnfe and  Wile   her time;  she  -.mist ask tlie United States to do  what is her own right to do, and  not that of another, and if it  is  not done,  what   then?   Quien  fl-.be?-The Week.  has lived a year oh beer"alone."  "JVell,- that's as jt.should be/  observed,Mis. Goodwin,  .."Any  man wlio lives on beer ought to  be compelled to live alone." -  The people who need more  religion aiv: The mau who lots  his horse stand.arottud all day  without a blanket; the mini who  growls,like a bear with a sore  nose when his wife asks'him for  money; the woman who whispers it around that someone else  is uot just what she ought to be;  tho preacher who is always look*  ing for an easier place and high  er salary, the man who walks  the streets with his hands iu his  pockets while his wife carries the  baby, and the man who keeps a  dognndsajshe can't afford the  home newspaper.���������I������x.  S. S, Cowichan did "liotruiake  her usual nui   from- Vancouver  -i i'.to -Uui^-lJ^-^  " '  .' , '-''���������".' '"  ��������� '."'���������"J-',*'"  . San. Francisco^ k Feb.{��������� j;aj������-No  date wis .set for.pronouncing seir  ���������tence-ia.the-Wtsiehir.Fnel.case,  Judge Dooling having continued  the hearings until March 7, when  arguments will be-heard  on   the  motion already filed  for. a  new.  trial.    Affidavits supporting the  motion will be Sled Saturday.  " The party.wlio cut that timber  near Gartlcy Ueach without leave  or license, should get at least  two years in the pen.    He must  be all gall. :  .. 1 ���������.   k>  , Messrs W. Baikie and 1\ Do-  heny, of Denman Island, were  iu town on Tuesday.  Mr, A.W. Hnrr, of Repinn,  prrSvcdin town recently to take  u position as druggist with Mr,  A. JI. "Peacey.  .  Charles Simms, manager oi  T, D. McLean's jewelery business at Gourteuay, has purchased the business,  Mr. J. S. Shopland and family  will leuvc (Jomox Valley shortly  ior their large form ou the Prairies.  A Lieral Association is short  ly lo be organized on Denman  Island with a good bunch of  members,    More power   to the  Liberals of .Denman laland !  ��������� n ..I....-  Mr. W. S. D Siddall of Nana  mo, arri ved in town ou Tuesday  Mr Gpo. Tarboll arrived home  on' Tuesday from a business trip  to Vancouver and Victoria.  ��������� r-O-  * ..?..*> ....1..., .1  .\...lttj*. htv*.>>,W,  uu*. I ki,     .V"-   >������  Sunday, March r*t,;tp the wife  pf Robert Grant, jr., n son,  BIRTH���������At Denman Islaud,  i-ebrtviry 3rd to the wife of lid*  wj-yd Qrahaiji; a dnlighter,  Taugo Two, Step Club   dance  iu   tho   Cuniberjiptd   Hall  on  The best news that the inhabitants of the Valley have had I'or  some time, came to hand last  w**-'!**, whi-Mi'it wns d**fitiitely announced lhat the Logging Cnmp  would open with a full force ou  the 16th of Match, Owing to  the continued money stringency  ami small amount ol buiiuing  projects rep tiled iu the Prairie  Provinces, many predicted that  the camps would not re-opcij for  some mouths to come.���������Court-  cnay Kcviuw-  ���������*tr  f *?������    ���������      ��������� .  tl Mill V  The receipts of JJoly  Guild bnzn..r and dance w.is the  POLICEMAN WANTBD.  Applicatious fcr the position of  Policeman for the City of Cumberland, will bc received by tho  undersigned* up to March 15th,  1914,  Salary eighty dollars (S80.00)  per month and oue suit of clothes  per year.  Applicants to furnish tcstimo  uiulH and state experience; du-  tjv'aiy co������i)m������iKe Apiil *���������*������������������������- "V^f'  A. McKinnom.  City Clerk.  City Hall,  Peb.   34th,   19-4-  Cumberland, ll. 0,  ^UTdegaTioii^\^ro^lu^���������i6^^b^one^  aiid it was seen that full, comple-  I'-ioiite had come all tho- way from  tho far iiortli,, from , ihes*farthest  interior, and from all the most iu-  iiccesttible sections of the. province,  cheer, nfteiv cheer'' wont*!rip, "So  cuthuaia8ti(* were' the-' people of  .Comox that not only were tlie ten  delegates seated, but five alternates who had'come all the way  in case their presence might he  required were allowed to take part  in tho proceedings without voting  power, When the roll was callod  the convention hall was iilli-d to  the doors.  -The feeling of unity which pro  vaded tho gathering was perhaps  one of the most remarkable phases of tho convention, lt wins uot  bo much a mutter of Liberalism  against Conservatism, but of oj>-  posiiion to the Mcliride administration. The Socialists iu the  house were spoken of as men light  iug in tho same cause, and the  delegation of ladies that' was giv  en a lxMiring was also welcomed  wilii acclaim as leprcHciitijig the  eaut-e of Bisters who were working  shoulder with thosu who wanted  to bring order out of   chaos.  Thore were iu tlui gathering  men of the most advanced tyjwi  wlm f.oinetiiui'S allowed their imagination to run   riot,   bur,   who  rTnawnrmrrr-r*  1   '���������'  ORDER your new Spring Suit now  [ and have it made to your.own   order  from the latest materials  Pit & Satisfaction Guaranteed  .   We also have a complete range of  the famous u Fit-Rite" Brand Clothing, j  , See us for Spring Underwear, J lose,.  Shoes and everything in. .    !..*;  Gent's Furnishings  Everything up-to-date & splendid, valuej  O  if its tlie LiatSSt  We Have it  MACFARLANE BROS., LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  ti  Phone 10 P. O. Box 100  still had at heart tho good of the supported, hy any man   who look fi  people.    These were, willing   to  hold back their  pet theo 'ioa   that  the -general cause might   be   the  stronger. Then thoro wore others who felt thai sometimes the  Liberal cause was advancing too  fusf, and that they could uot  always follow it all the way, but  thoy wero all ready to sink minor  (lilliciiltios iu order to help clean  the mens that had beeu made by  tho Clovdriimont neross James  Hay.  The old platform of the Liberal  party hiifi been reailirmed and pome  new pmgivBnivo planks adopted.  The party now standi* in tho very  forefront ot radical puritan  throughout the world and   can be  to aid his country by   means   ot  legislation.  The new unity oF tlio opposition to the Mcliride-Bowaer ma  machine Is something which uu-  gurs u'oJI for tho future. To su  euro good government it is first  necessary to remove corrupt forces, Control should he placed iu  the bands of practical men with  ideals, Thi* section is represented hy Liburalism and has us adjunct.*) the other smaller sections  which do not subscribe to the Lib  oral platform or w,uit poiiu'thing  more adrnncel. There ii* a common foe, and these forces nre unit  ing in opposing to Mcllride-  JJowseriBtii,���������Tlio News, V ictoria  CAMPBELLS  * '^^****^f*^*0Oa**^i^+*a  Mr. Musscu,   grandfathet   of  Mr. F, Lefley,   died at our lo  cal hospiral on Sunday   hist,  Pfiday jjlgbt   Ily iuyfutiou.     J splendid s;i?p of $.j?i 00  Wc arc showing this week a complete range Qf Spring and Summer Dress Goods, comprising:���������Tweeds, Cashmere*, IJatine9, Bed  ford Oords, Serges, Poplins and Panamas. 1  Special value, in 44 inch tweed, suitable for children's "school wear  at 40c per yard  .!,.������  .....   f/.t i, ^. 1.-,., ,.  *-.!   .... r-tlil'tv  t\.t~ ���������\*k'+.\.it\i*iii <-!.  v..Vv.v. ...  /  .-���������I 1  inm-rns Jn 3*? inch wirlth. fast color Knglish  Prims at 7 yards for Sl.oo  Anderson Famous Ginghams in small, large checks and Plaids at 7yda for $1.oo  Crepe Cloths, Crepons, and Riplets, in plain and fancies-Ducks, Piques, Vestings,  Wraps, Chumbrays, Organdies, and Spot Muslins. The season's styles in Ladies' and  Misses' Dresses.   Complete range of Misses' & Children's Colored Dresses & Pinafores  .ir>_������������.iir'V-i--  in__������-������.-iiwiin*ti ir^jirai���������nifti ������������������-ii 1-11���������*������������������*��������������������������� i-*-*  HPE3E  I  CAMPBELLS  Hk  ^^^^YJjSjjd tlTE'-NEWS. .-CmiiEKLANT), H. &'*  ������""������*rAv**fr  By-.Edgar Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor,  Melbourne and Toronto  V  gay tc you. X.i  ���������a Mr. Cornel iv.:  Gold.    Do!  Helder?'   j  considerably  "iiier-'  ,J  wanted-'to  you .idiow.  Yes., said '(Iqlil.  e&ted. *  ���������*"������������������ '  1 tliou'Rln. y.oii wv.ild, lie's a commit-  riot .of yours, t*nid Manle, and then  half lo liiinae'.i, I must ������������������ .have mot liim  somewhere.      *��������� -  lie's a well-l.nown mau, said Gold.  My niece has had  1 Maple wphl o-.'.,   *  I    An offer':'' Indeed  \iOY'! :.     .  |    A Kpcrelarysbip, said,..**.  ,   Gold frowned.���������   H wa  n, nlf'cr from him,  n     '  wha'i kind of <*>!'���������  >pl.o.  ���������minvolun-j  jtary frown, but both,tho girl and ,hor  (Continued) i  lie was on a favorite topic now; he1  was inlcrosioil, and the weariness and;  the huigour of his manner dropped  from liim ns a i.-loal;. lk-.spolco without Uu> slui'S'Pil speech vwh'idt had  u.ii-.ked the earlier stage or the eon*  -.���������erpario'i.    , j  That  I  i;now. said Gold.    What  of,  ��������� 1.0 in Us?     ; ���������  Perfect, hiiiil .V.nple. in a (one of ad-j  miration,   absolutely   perfect.    I   h.tve-i  applied ijveiy to.-il known ti. your peo-j  Pie, aiid tlioy mifihi have been printed  with Inii .supplied by your Hovcriimo'it.  Tho watt-r-itiai-k'.' asked.Gold.  That,  too,  is  beyond  eriilcli-un.      1  -.Viive li������;i'(* an hiKinr.r.t-nt th;>' can men-  s.iire the depth of lho printing and 1  ' euu assure you-,thnt tlioy arc exactly  pr-mcJ.      Moreover,   1   will   fell   you  Ionian  you.  as be-  this:  H will probably  -  ifo lapped tins nolo which v  fore him.,  The man who forged this did nol,  havo rosourc'.- to photography. Kvery  one of these notes is engraven. ;i I  know because���������well, nover ; mind���������I  know. They have been, printed ou a  Dress which hus been specially made!,  for the purpose, and the pitp'.-.:* is identical wiih tha- which is supplied by  Hie government printers in Washington.  . He looked at' (lie notes'one by one  s-lrook them into a little .bundle and  replaced tl pin in (he wallet.   *       **,< -  All my life, he said, banknote forg-'  ���������M'ies and banknote engraving has  been a favorite. Ftudy of "mine,  ���������lie stopped and'l is mouth twitched  p-ilhetU'ally. ' Then with an effort he  pulled himself together. .  I \vorJce-���������l in,the.French,an.l German  mints���������] should be'working in France  still, he said with a grimace, but for   Again he stopped.      r tell 'you,  Mr. Gold, he went on, that z man can  pass this nolo villi impunity and not  only this bill, but the hundred dollar  notes I have-,exr mined. ���������  And there ia no wav of detecting  tliem? asked Gold,    .:*���������", ������������������  -Maple shook his head. None whatever. Until t^ese, return t:*, the Treasury wher;; theyVould bc immediately  detected, there in no possibility . of  tneir being stopped.  Geld   pushed   his-chair' back'from  -tinrtable7-;!iifl-haiidg-ttuuisUdecp_intx*_  his pocktts," his head- sunk on his  breast, lie ���������.vac' tLinkinf* deeply,'and  the girl from her seat '���������y Uio fireside  glanced from him to her uncle.  -Prcser.tly Gold looked up.  *. Happily the forges are not'so confident as you", he sari. I hp.d arranged to meet one of my men to-night, in  -the Green Park,* nnd' in some' way  thoy. got' to know. They enticed him  away on some pretext or other, and���������  And? asked Maple after- a little  while.  And 1 have not seen him sinco, said  Gold   liploniatically.  ITo was worried. Ho had hoped  tliat this* nian,, acknowledged by the  under-world to be the host exponent of  this peculiar science would have discovered some i iinple tost by which  the flood of forget1, tills niifiht be  averted; some simple means by  wliich' the forgeries migh*; ho delected.  Ho realised now in his growing sense  of disappointment how much lib had  depended on Maple.'  There,tvoro, (.lious'imlf* of (hose bills  in circulation, *hundn*dH of fhuusands  possibly, ,ill for small amounln,' nil so  insignificant thnt the average man  handling them would not trouble to  quasi Ion their genuinojiesb.  Jt can't hehelped, he Kuiil and rose.  Ho .shook lii'iiul** with Maple, and  took ii smiling I'nr'cwcU of 'ho girl,  Ills foot was in tlu; pawsngc when  Maple suilili-til*' said;  Oh,   i   I.ad   forgotten   somolhing   T  uncle    di'tcetod    ii.       Maple's    hand  wont lo his ������������������omh with the nervous  gesture which is **.ic unlovely charact-  i eristic of ihe drunk.trd.  Isn't In? all right? askei*. Maple anxiously, hi* .*as offered hei a .'cry-good  salary.'  How did lie come to know that she  wanted thai, pou'tioi.? asked Gold.  Maple pulled up the -..hair. The old  weiuinesc was u.-sortin-; itself again.  Kvery  word  was-an i-ffort.  Sit down for ;. moment,*' won't you,  and I'll tell you. It's rathor.a curious,  siring of coincidences. My niece  was secretary to old Lorn Dtilborough,  who you kuo-.v died tlie nine* day, and  flie cid not Jntend lakin:; another  post because 1 earn f'lille enough lo  i vendor any effort on, her part uniio-  l cessaiy,' lint last week she had a lct-  j ti-i> from an agency, although Verity  j lias never put her name on ihe.ir books  j.saying thai the pos; was going;.  ! 1 fail to see ihe coincidence, said  JGold drily. '��������� ���������     ���������  Well, was ijt not rather a coincidence  that at Lb*-! moment she dropped out  of a 'billet she should i.ave one offered her, from r.n ageiicy she had never  heard of, to act as secretary to a man  who is, 1 believe 1 may say.-r. friend  of yours? -   * '  ��������� Now- Mr. Won't worth Gold had no  faitli whatever in that, eccentric nidi-*  vidua),��������� the, Angel cf the.Odd. lie  made no allowance for coincidence, especially when he could- discern without any gt"5at mental effort Uie manner in which such a coincidence could,  be made possible.  *lle looked at the girl; perliaps.it  would be known in certain circles who  Lord Delborovgh'f secretr.iy had been:  There would be no difficulty in giving  a-comui'.3.'ion to an agency to" ap-  prop--li ..or. She was beautiful, he-  thought. Heider had a reputation in  London amongst tlio peoplo who  .spok'-i of such things behind their  hands -in the smoking rooms.,, That  was one explanation. ���������  ]-L- thought of another almost immediately; and it struck him as being  ilie.jnore likely of the two.   ".'  He studied her keenly;   for a moment noted the  clear  depths of her  eyes r.nd .the linn line of her beautifully mouided chin.    .  _ She has charactei, ho thought. Held-  wira  Could Not Sleep Day or Night.  Itched and Burned Terribly. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured  in a Month.   Also Cured Mothor  of Salt Rheum,  ������������������* ������������������������������������,...-..������.  Qnnn',vvlili', >'. It.��������� ���������"���������Kor n. mrniili iifn-r  my I why ������������������.un burn lui could nt,I, t-li'i'p.iluy  W lll'dlk V.llll HV.rill-l.- Ill' WIH lill I'OVlTl'll  with mihiII wn I ery  plinlilcfi which woTilil  liroaklnudnyortwo  tiiidli'iiMiikhiiiiioui-y  wiil) unit would llr-h  nnd burn tci-rllily, Ilo  w-ltllrlli'il M> tmii'll  thai lio iiiikIo iiorc.M.  lll:< i.l.ln"lnii-ni:d ull  lho tlino and vlum  till)   t.l'ill)   I'.IIIK'   OU   II'   l<''l.  IIHUI   III,III.,-,  lint!  i ���������. ��������� . ,*������������������ *. 'ii I ' I ���������:���������������������������,' ���������'''iMi'iir-.i "nin  jinil'i|iiiiiirii|,!iilvi'i-il'i*il. Al'ii'i1 tlinllrNiap-  plliuidiii in1, n'ltcd' fai.li-r. / uppllcd (lm  <'iii|i:iiiiv liim un nt )l*;iitly .-���������.ml ;iftcr (in  Ikiiic I v.mild v.u-.li lilm \iltli i!tiilciira!*.',it|i.  Alter a ii/iiiiiir*- i.-i'iiiini-nl In? v-jihrur.-il.  , '..,....':   '. , I !: ���������_���������!' ������������������<.- ���������*��������� <  on i.,y Inniil*1. Tln-y bi-uUn out In llltlo  iti.Ury plmpli i aiid would b������ ho Itchy 1  .���������uulll ii'iir I Ikiii i.i pln-i-i. Tin n lliey would  i!i-y ujH'iid ('i*;ii*U and Plicl mid vlun I put.  ilicnili) \..Mrriln:ili .< list-would mi tin 10 UlO  \..-(���������l 'J'li'.y \ >i>i,.i pi.ii_.ru" I luul |,_. I.irp  Unci ilr.il i.|> niili i'i)tniii iii;-i, T cniild nut  'du i.nv ������ ni*!', (im* lm* nf * 'ni t.'iiii-, yjnii  *i"., .,i n'iui llu: ���������"'iiiii'tiii'. Num i-iii'i-d tlitni.'t  <'Jii.'iii*.l) Mi-.lir.iti-ui. .Imy .it, HU.'.,  * CiitlMiri,! ^oniibi"! < 'iiili-nriiOhitiiu 111,1110  -.nM '���������;* ilinu'Kl-tH :n.tl dinliTi e\.-ryv,hern,  Vorn 'Itn-nil fn-oiUiiiijilfMiriufli, iilili;i--u.  Ihh.I., ������ii<I ii-u t^-.inli'. I'liUi-r Drui-iX'Uuni,  c������.-i������., ii* I-*..}. I'liUHii'i v. y. a.  MRS.  A.   SAICH, ;'of  Cannington  Manor,  Sask.,,'  Writes :~,"My brother'suf-'  fcred severely from eczema.*  The seres'were very cxten-  ^ sivc,  and burned like coals  ^ iiitoliiailesh. Zam-Buk took  || out all tiie fire,-and quickly  ������f| iiavc liim case. Within three  weeks of commencing with  Z.im-Ruk  treatment, every  sore had been cured."  This ,5s but one of the many  letters wc are constantly receiving  (rom people who have proved the  h-aling powers of Xnm-liulc, l-'ur  ci-zema, piles, i'urcs, burns, cuts  r.nd all sk'..\ troubles there is  nothing like thi.-? wonderful balm,  JSJ'No skin di:'.e.ise should bc con-  [^ sidercd incurable until Zam-Bul:  li.-,.- been liied.  All Diusshls, 5Qc. pet Box.  Refuse Subililutet.  fSil  ������3  1  ~6r's secretavy^^win^lfire-w  I should advise yon to talc the post,  he said. ��������� lie took r. notebook l'ron:  bis pocket and scnbblei. Komethiug'on  a- card. '     . .  Thai's my "telephone number. There  is always -aomebody to answer it, day  an.l night, he said, to ������l;e girl as he  handed hov tho "Utile paste' board. You  had better not tell Holder that you  know nie���������and you had better tell nie  when you know Helder.'  With wliich c'ry-Jtic utterance , he  left them. ���������_*   '  ��������� CHAP': Ell 111   ���������  .Maple H'    a Vfsitov  ���������  * .i     ���������  Tfiare was' au inznife dreuviness  about the Cry-tal Palace-Houd which  its blataut respectability did not 've-"  deem. Jl.-w.as, in /rid., the dreariness  nl' its very respectability,"of .Iiouhqb  alike in architecture and in* tlieiri'ur-  nifililn**;. White T,nlf-blindH covered  sedate bedroom * win/ows; dniwlng-  rooms had . lace .eurtaina f*ie;;anUy  draped, .supijorled ' liy gloom lei* I apes-  try; tii are was.just, suflleiciit space  lel'l. in every window lo 'afford the  paMserH-by a t.niHaJif,hig gllmpso ol  nonicUiliiB with a mirror In it, and  even here tho view was usually spoilt  by a K'entool .palm dol.t.'d In a glaze  product Ion'of MouHra: Palloi;.  To Verity Maplo Hie Crystal Pnlnco  Hoad reprosontod a sad .'.wnkpulng  from a bcanlll'til dream. Sho hnd ex-  pccied slip know not what, und whether her expectations, ,would have  been Justine*" had lier" I'nt her lived  it. is dillicult-to Ra;, (.ii'oi'|-o .Maplo.  a Imppy-Ko-lucUy tiltor with I'ulp, had  eariHHl lwolv*j hundrril a year and for  many years imd indupti'lously spent  11 I'I ei.n hundred. There luul cnnir* a  iniur.tiiit when hi;. po'ilUou wiih ko  hopiihxi thai, ho know not whleli way  lo turn, and he was eoiUeniplatinn; tho  nllornaUvo of bankruptcy and suicide,  when 'an '.iIiiIrIiik; niotor-bim, before  wliifli lio stepped In a ill. of abstraction, Hot lled the probluiil fo: lilm.  Th. f i I i*l 11 ft rl 'i.pii lirnuuhl homo  from tl.e lii'l';luin convent lo llnd her  1'iiilti'v'n homo in llie jiobhohhIoii of 1i!k  many cnMlllorH. Tl.ey had'tho grace  '.o (jbllleiali' thonu-i.-lvo'i until Lho funeral (.'ereiuoiiii'* were eoiniileto, llien  tlioy rotiiniiul to mivn what tlioy  iMiuld n( i'.ui Nvroek, floorgi' Maple  luul heon IiiHiirod, lliougli oven in lliiw  inalti'i' ho had been ulaolt enougli  for IiIh IriHiirimoo wir.i only wnrth an  Hiirronilor villi. \  lr ' an wIiIIhI Verily Majile luul heon  poiiHldru'liig the ovi'rwlielnilng pi'tb-  loin of hor I'lHiiro Hint Tom-Mnjili'  hnd apiinai-od uiuiii tho pcono.' She  had lieard of Oiitlo'Tom, hlul voeulv-  od li'itoi*n I'rnin lilm from viii'Iouh  parts *-f tho Ciiiiluicnt. In* nail n  iimCoiit.-.u tilth. AAiU of (]:a.'.','!iu;.' !i!'  imnio v.llll hi-*: reiddoneo; she had |-p-  nai'dod Miiii uh nn .table ocp.nnl rle-  Hy into the ouuhor of which thoro wan  no f:H|>'*i'.hU need to Inqnlni. And her  fiillioi* hml nol cnlli'l iiiiiod Iu'i'. hiivo  to rojiiiirli viigui-iy nun uun -.���������������������������ir*. *.i  qui'ir (-'hup.  lit* waa qiii'i'i', bill ho waB kind, lis  Verity learn*, grniofully,  (To be- Coutlmioi'.)  ���������-He Took Chances  ��������� A judge ill it Western town liad declared that lie would stop the carrying  of firearms on the street. ' Before him  appeared for trial a .lough youth  charged with getting drunk.and Tiring  his revolver -in a crow'ded street.,. ,,'  Twenty dollar's 'and costs; said .the  magistrate.'      -       *     ������ >  .'-���������But, your,lioiibr,'interposed counsel  for the prisoner, my client did.,not hit  anybody, - -������������������ ' ,   -*  Why you admit lie������fired the gun.  Yes,' but lie fired it into the air, explained the lawyer.  Twenty dollars and costp, repeated  the judge. " He. might have shot" an  angel.* ���������  .   Puzzle���������Where Was He?  It happened the other eYeningv and  now a "certain clubman is, trying to figure out how he will .squ'are 'things  with his wll'e'the nexT time he is detained (Jowntowii. .He was not going  home for dinner and when liis wife  answered; the .telephone, * * lie "J* said:  Donjt wait for. me at dinner'this even-'  ing,' dear. . I, shall be , detained . on  business.    .  '   .     ,".'" *'Y  ' ���������  Very* well, she replied. ��������� T am.sor-  Ti"*T^Ou-^a-iiit-eon-re-home+fbiit-businass,  is business, *U suppr'se. Where'' are  you nb-w^.a . ��������� ���������'"* ; j-; ,f ���������, -***  v Wi-ere ai<a;l'? ' In* iny. ������oflice'".; of  course; .. I have h&l a very busy day.-  It's too' bad ^yoii' have to w'ork-'sp"  hard, George.   'But lell-me:i?inethii*.g,,  Yes, dear.     What is it'.'' ,, ' '���������*'  How can -,ou lieep, your mind "on  b.usinesB witli tie .orchestra playing  'Every Little Movement?''  .*  The Good Sa"m.ari;:n and the Sinner.  A good ' natiirod man-going holiio  late at nigh*:? spied a mar.-, leaning  limply agakist a doorway.        .   -,.;'  What's the "matter?.- 1*0; asked;  di unk?       ��������� "      . ,  ��������� Yep.    ��������� ... ���������"'.'.  Want mo to liely you in?  Yep. ' . * ��������� .  With difficulty he carried the drooping figure up    Uho second 'floor. .  ���������Is this it?   Do you" live, here?  Yep.  .Rather than face*-, an angry "wife-the'  good nalured" man ope.icd ������ the first  door, pushed tlio limp figure in and  closed-lhe door. Then he" groped  way .downstairs. As'"ha-came out he  saw another map apparently in worse  condition than the ilrst. -������  What's the nii*.tter. ho asked.'you  drunk, loo?  Yep, ciuiic  (ho feeble answer.  Shall I help you upstairs?  Yep. ,   .      . n   . ..  Tiie good Sama'itan carried him  to the necond Iloor, where this man  also i-aid he -ived. opened the same  door and pus-lied hlni ill. _���������' '  . Au he again rbjicliwd the street ho  saw rthird. man evidently worse off  tlian, eitli'.-i' of lho others. ' As.the  good Samaritan approached, however,  lhe man fled up tlu street 'and threw  himself Into tbo :.rms of a passing  policeman. '  Ollic'er,'lie gasped, 1.demand protection from 'this ���������nan. He's carried  me#pstairs twice and throv a,me down  the elevator ahafL' . ' . ;.  The Ir.-jenlous Neighbor  Dave you examined my piano? asked the young lady   Yes, ma'am, answered tne piayo-  tuner.  What'.*'tlio reason Jt won't make a  sound? -  Some ono has lowered the soft pedal and.nailed it down. '  .  A Gentb Reminder .J  Smith is a young New. York lawyer,  clever i- many ways, but very forgetful, lie was recently sent'to St. Louis'- to' interview an important'client in  regard to a case then pending in the  Missouri court';. Later the head of.  ihis firm received this telegram from  Si. Louis:,, ,"'..-.  Have .forgotUn name uf client.  Please, wire at once.       -. . \  This'was tho,reply sent from New  York.  Client's name Jenkins  Smith.   ���������*     ...  >'   ��������� ,������-.  Your,-name  Minard's  Llnim;n'. Cures diphtheria  * What.the Queen Di-;  One of the, Ladies-iii-Waiting to the  late Queen.Victoria.had .. veiy bright  little daughter aliout Vou.* years old,  .and of vhom the Queen was very fond,  * The Queeii invited-thd child to nave  lunch witli her. Of course tho mother was highly pleased, and chargfd  the'littl'ogirl to be very^ care ful about  her tabic.-maimer*) and To ho very polite to tho'Queen. '    "  The little girl came .Homo in high  glee and her mother luAioft hor all  about the luncheon. .  "Were you ,a'very polite little girl,  and did you romombor lo Au uH ,1 told  you' at tho table? asked 1 lie"prouil  moiher,  . 01), ye*, I was poll Le, .said the Jitlle  girl, but the Queen wasn't.  The Queen wiiHii't.sald the mother,  Why, what did she do?  - She took her chlckc) hone up in  her-llngoi's and I Just shook my finger  ac hor, like yo-) do at mo, nnd sold;  Piggy, piggy. .  Why Did She Thl'nk Go?  "No, said the nililrcfis of ���������(lie' boarding limiM1, wo   cannot,' ace'jnini6diil.e  yon, I am son-,, lo Bay.'    Wo,only take  in single gentlemen,  (iooiliioGfi!   nald  Mr.  liordi-n;   what  makci yon think 1 inn twins?  Busir.-^cs for Father  The small daughter of a practicing  physician,-'whi, evidently has, an eye  to business,,told lier,niothei* ii. Jib uncertain terms tliat. she. must call at  once on their n w neigh' ji*.      - *   -  And why0n*.list 1 call o*; her? asked  the mother amused "at the child's pos-,  i\rl viziivbor  Well,.' in the first place, explained  the little lady, they have-got three ot'.  the scrawniest kids, and the mother*,  herself "-doesn't look very stroiic  ������ ��������� ;' Wanted,,to See '        ���������      * v  Woodrow Wilson has a'very quick  wit. A man, in the course of. an animated conversation, noticing that Mr.  Wilson's eyeglasses wero'perched per-  iously near the Up of his nose, remarked: Your glasses, Governor, aro  almost on your mouth.'  -.' "'-..,  That's all .right, was, the tiuick, response. 1 want ..to soo what 1 am  talking about. "  Beware m Uintmeni& i'or Catarrli  Ihat Contain Mercury,  ,i\s ipfri'iiry v. ill surely dciiroy lho ncn-e ot ������nt*li  iinil'-i'iiiiiplctely ili'riinro Uio wliolo Ryutcm vlii-n  ontenns It. tliroiifh Uio imicoufl mir'arcs. Sucli  .nrllc'.H FhflulJ .iicvrr bo uswl Mccpl on prrsorlp.  lions "rom ivpiii'iblo pliyelclura, in tin*, (liuninin tlwy  will ilo Ij tn lo'.J to tbo kowI you ciui powllilj- dci  ilyo from Uioni, lisll'ii L'niarili Un, iiinniiliu'liirKl  by F,-J. Olieiiey .*.- Oa��������� ,'l'olnlo, 0��������� rontuliiH no mcr-  ",wy, R'i<l Is lulic-ii I'ltrrnnlly, 'oclliiif dlrratly ujiwi  thn blood nnfl .imicou* tnirlnrcii of Uio .������������������j'stcm. . In  buvln-f Hall's C.itiiril*. Curu-'lic- i>uri!5 you cot tlifl  pi'iiiilni'. II li t-Knn Intprn.iUy nnd, iiiuilc lo Toledo  Ohio, 1)V K Ji'tJIieiicy * I'o', Tcmliilmilal- IrcO.  tiold [iv lirii*i{':w. I'rlci*. 7fi', per Imlllo. ���������  'I'-UuitUli'D-Fcimii:' IHKaforwPKt'iiaU'Bi,. .    *  I:;c|-.: Uc*-:'C" covrc, pheop'atic'i iii/r? ir. sucl!*'ptii'nc condl-*  tion1 s.wc3iiw. U is-cosisposci) ot Uiokuuc litrl'fi joc.U".  oce������-. r.v.a tinrk- lhat Uk:-.:c .iiiijaiile eat irctlyvhcn  nmniiir; v.-ilj. .AVejinn.1 tlic.se ten nlvdiciniil niliyUinceS  to'Tliiii- powcltr, mis. tlicw thoron;:)il\ r.mt tii*4*"- "-litui  ;*'*> voi:; ;-.t. their best, ii: lr.t(.rmilionnl trlaclt I'ood. ���������  Tlui' is v.-hj u l!}bkspcoi)iui ct )'i,tcviir.ticn:!i S'ocfc rood  wil); tlw vc^iilcr gram lcca tone:, up lhe system cl Ix-irscs-nive**!  ihci-i 5icvr iiI'o. pnd a j-lofsyco.it cl.li.iir. lt isthuliCfttlliiii-j  ycu c-:$ five h hor.:c- ioi indip-cslioii, liver troni.lt, coiif-hs.-  )nliiK!i::r.. hide ooitiid'o: oloou trouble. Inlernatioanl stock*  -]*ooa icu-qiiully (rood i'or horse.., callle,iliccj* ur.uheiis. JI keeps  v tht: sj atet-j ii> a hcallhv con'cHUou nud jirouiolcf rapid jjrowth.  I'or sale by dealers uvery where. -ill  INIEHr-fATlOWfl.. STOCli FOOC CO, LIMITED. TOU'INTO, Ont.p Car  "Out of the Moulhor Babes  A clergyman famous for his beggiug  abilities .was ohco catechizing a Sunday' school.. * When, comparing 'himself as pastor of tho church to a'shepherd, and his congregation to"ihe^lieei*  he lint the tollowlng question io tho  children: What, does thp shepherd do  for the sheep? '   ���������  * To the confusion, of tho, minister a  small boy"in tho front pew piped out:  Shears them!   ���������������������������-.-  When Holloway's 'Corn" Cure is applied io 'a corn o;\,wart it .hills the  roots and th3 callosity comes out without ."jury'to the* llesh.  . , He, Had it.jn Him.  . Children, said, thb teacher, instructing the class it composition, you  should'not attempt-diiy flights'-of fancy;- Do -iot imitate an> other person's writings nor draw 'Inspiration! tractor  fromj.outside sources.   .     -.. -  Asii result of this'advice one bright5  hul' turned   in    the    following:    We!  Putting Offjthe Ev.. Hour  A young lawyer was ��������� defending an  old convict on tho charge of "burglary  in a State where the" court rules al-'  lowed.,each side; one hour lo address  the jury. .  'fW you;ig, lawyer, somewhat   nervous,1'-1 consulted   a   veteran  member of .the  bar who liRPpencd to  be standing near:-    ow much.time do  you think I should take up,in address-'  ing the jury.?, ho asked  in a rather  pompous manner.   .  - r.  Tako the full 'hour, waa- tho grufl  reply."    ���������"      '! iS        ''* ���������  But why? ,    , . -...-*  Because llio-long'er you tal --tho'long-  er you.will" keep_ your client .out of  jail.    *     J" .'::'"-.''"   '  shouid jiO!^-alt-aiiLpLa'uy_t'iight.s_o_f_fa_iu  cy.Jbut ..write what'ip in .n*, ,*., In.me  there is my stommifk,** lung's, ��������� heart,  liver, two apples; .one piece*';of"pie,'ono  stick'of Icnioi'candy and.'my dinner.  -   ' An Exceedingly Polite .Man    ��������� -���������  Two men --ero' talking -.aboiit polito-  uesr, in public wlieii ono oi them said:  \Vell,. President Taft Is the most po-  li'tc'ihan in tho .world.  ��������� How ,1s, tlir.i? asl-d lils companion.  Why l' was or. .the street car in  .Cincinnati one di\y ��������� before Taft .became President, and sonio ladies camo  in and-.ludgo Taft gave hi , seat; to  "Hirej. of thon:.'  ."'   , GOT CORNS?  '���������  Foolish to'l'eepthein if you have.,No  fun in' corns,:is there.?- But plenty of-  j pain. ' Putnam's Painles,;. Corn Ex-  raises corns ' in ���������-*. tw'onty-four  liours. , Doii't you want to get/a quick  crop?-"���������* You'eai by using Putnam's  Painless Corn Extractor; - s name tolls  Henrcl attHiVClub    '''  S'oiiiiK   Ilarilu'i'in   shvk , hlfi . trvfinil-  fnli-iov wiVd.'m.i'.'of.'llin'flrit RoHlni'ft.  Not  inlK-'i-Uc'd, .ovlilon'tly;   Hardupp  never tieitlcf!.   . **"���������,'  Oh! o-vclnlmpd tho lllllo /rlr'l 'ro (iii?  nowinn'-ar.', musl'.l sleep In lho ilavk to-  nlcrhl?.   .* , ; ���������  Ycfi, MlBf*. roiillfd Ilio nnrn'h.    '  Thon'wnit n minute, mild thn lit.tlo  ulrl: I'll g"t up and i-ny my prayers  more e.-irol'iilly,  liow It v/r.s Done  ,ll t!lC licrjihllllil I') ill*" Uiii'.'i  (.-rent pjii'f-nl-'iiinllftliu* rtiin.  W. N, U. 0������5  j   , Hi !���������;, i ,i  i.'igi'i' of iht  1 In  a  l'l'llow   wh    Nvrilui.,   1  iluu'i. i-.v."  how you can luive* tlm norvn In in  your woiilil'-'.'*!'. rcmody for (lily ccikh  n holtlr.  Tlnti'H 'all niil.t, uulll ihu managvr.  .IiU'i :trlhi' mil tho wortlx, luivn tlie  iH'ivc lo, and wortlilfKi" nud put It in  ihe  h'i'llinniilnli",-  .   SKIM CLE,   '."D  By "Imple Ch,iii(je In Food  ll. Iuik boon said liy i> l)li,vn;-.'liin thnt  inoHt rtlsoiiiii-a aro iho rcmilt, of. hull-  . ihi Ion.  'rirnrc'** uiidmihtiiilly much truth in  tho tiiateiiii'iit, ov.'i! to tin.' I'liiiHo of  many unsightly eruiilloin-*, which many  Hiipin-'HO can ho ri'inovr-il liy applying'  some ri'iiii-ily on tin oululiH-.  Ily t'.luinglng ' ir. food .*. Western  i;lrl was rcllo cd of iiii oozemn. which  wur a greiit ai.noyiiiu'o to her, Hho  writ oh:  "For 11 ve nionlli'i i '-whb Riifforlng  with nn lu'iijition on my I'lico (iiul  IiiiiuIh wlil'-li our ilocli))' onlloA pi'/c-  mn ind whicli caiiHi'd"nu* a :',"T.nt dmil  uf Iiicoiivc.ili-sico. The ,iil'fiu'iii|- \vua  iilmoHt iiiihcar.iblu,  "Tho nu'iiiciiH- I louli oi/j;������ riuvi' mo  ,*t ,'ni,u:i,r. y\\A. lino ''.:-:* I t*,!ij>pf*iv  i'd to ri ml koiiu'wIipi'i-i tlmt ocv.oma wnn  ciiuHiul l>y Jndlgi'Hllo'.i, Then 1 rend  iliiU, iniuiy |ii:i'rt()i)n hud been ti'lii.-vid  of liiillgi'i-Uoii hy eiitliii; Grain:* Nil In.  "I (Ifcl.IciI lo try It,     1 liked tho  plpfiRpil in liatl'o tliat my illgeatlon  wiih ltii|ii*ovIiiK uml Unit tlio fTiiptlon  wan ilii'iipiiciirliig , If hy magic 1  luul ul lust fiiniul. In iIiIh gi ul food,  Koiiii'ililng thft i'i*iiclic(l my I rouble,  "When 1  llnd a victim of thin nf-  fllctifjii   I  i-i;nii>mhr,i' my own  former J  ������*ul'lV'i'iiig .nut iulvlrtc a trial <U Uriipc-i  NntB foitd'-lni-'tp.iil of medlclno^.'"  Nm,ii- *..'..i. ii> ilaiuull.i;. ru.;uiui  Co,. Windsor. Out, llnt.A 'Tlio Umift  to Wcllvlllr," In pkgr. "Tlicrit'B a  lC*.'iisuii.''  I    Ever read the tbove letter:    A new  one appears from time to time.   They  ..-ire genuine, trut*,  uid full of hum. i  intu '-'..I,  An Ex-peiu.lve Library  Holmrl IiiuciHoil wa* fannuB for ilie  lllivni-v of Inlldol luiolifl which lio pots-  KOBHPll. '\ ���������'  Oi a dav ti report cr called on Mr.  InRf'i'Rnll for mi Inlorvlpw. uml iimong  othor (HH'uilomi afilsod wur:,  Would ynu. mind tollliif" inr- how  much *'ur library conl y^u, Mr. In-  upvuoII?  Lnokliig onr lit Mb Hholvoa lm ans*  wi'ivd:  Well, my boy, tliooo lmo'-n copt mo  tinylimv Hip PiOVPriiorHhlp of DIlnoiH,  nud ppi'ltntm thi'-l'i'OHldeiH!*/ of tho  liinii'il Sluieii.  The Worth on an Antique  An'ol-1 lady wan searching du tho  ill in brlc-a-brae s'nop for somstliing odd  to.tako-homo with her. Finally she  noticed a quaint figure, the headland  shoulder;-, of which appeared- above  the counter at lhe farthest 'one! of tho  room,'Sho turr. -\1 ,to tlio cleric arid  calfl: ."Wlsat'c di: ���������*. queor old Japa'noso  idol over tfioro worth?"  Tlie cleric um-wered in a subdued  tone: '"About' llfly-. llioiiaand ' dollars  Ma'am. .That's tho"**iropr!etor."  They hnd' Iv.'ol'on'a wlslibont (ogethor,  What -was It. you  wislud.' laughe*!  ,*  slie, .* 7> " **  I wished tlmt you'd let .in kiss j'ou;  Now tell mo .yoiir,.,\vIali, said lie.  Uer1': yea i'cl 1���������fcsllb piiused a motnoiu,,  Wlillo libr-blunlics deeper glow,  My wish was, &hc< prettily .-.tammernd,  Thnt what you wished would coma  trui*. ��������� ���������   '  It Didn't Matter to Hli'.i  IMolc lion nl ol' I-oil's ongiigoinent and  wont, uroiinil to congratulate lilm.  Well, old bo*-,, oiiotl Dick, ua he  grnHppil lil." filond'ii hand, my joiigrni.'  ulutloiiHt.    Is It Iruo that you aro en  Its xstory^���������Dtice,  J.all_d_mggists^  Tl-..   Differcr.re ' : .  ��������� Harvey,' aged five, was being ' instructed by h:3 .grandniotlKi-.* in morals. - She told liim that allu.ieh terms  as 'by golly,"'by jingo,-'-'by thunder.'  were only little* oaths, and'.but littlo'  belt er-than r'.'ie'. profanities.    -���������  You, can always tell an oath, my  boy,-* she said, by'tlie prefix 'by.'. All  such are oaths.      ���������        '.  ".Well, then, Grandma, ���������" asked Athe'  youiig hopeful, is 'by,-telegraph;' which.  I see in the newspapers, swearing?  No, Harvey,-replied Grar-dma; tliat'a  frequently only lying. , *  Miller's .Worm Powders purge Ilia  stomach and Intestines of* worms* .-.o  effectively and so easily and painlessly that the.most delicate stomach will  not fool any Inconvenience'from their  action. They recomm :ml thomsolvca  to mothers'as n preparation that���������wlll  restore strength and vigor to their  children and protect thom from tlio  debilitating effects which rosult from  tho depreiinUons of worms.       -  : Stingy  liven after wo are married, wooca  tlio nnUuit lovi*-\ I filuilJ always bo  close ro you. ���������  Ami l) was.'  When ilio butcher nmiwercd the tol-  opliono tlio Blirll'. volco o: ,t little girl  greeted hi in..  . Uollol.    Ib" tlint Mr. Wllnou?  Yes, Baf-aio, ho anawo.o;' kindly,  what, can I i'o i'or you?  OU. Mr. Wilso, pleaso .a], mo,whero  Grandpa's liver 1st The I'oI'.ib aro out  nnd I've got lo put a hot flannel on It  an,! 1 don't Know whoro it Is.  And the,Owner Said-���������    iw _ _.. ,    lili'luii'il Brlnsloy Slierldiin wns ono  giigoil lo ono of lho pretty lioblilnsiiluy coming Unck from fllinotlng with  Mlnnrd'o tlniment Cures  Cow*  Gnr-aet   In  Intereotino  OU, bo'fi de'.Ii;l:lful company!  lovo io lienr blm talk,  Wllill    llOL-H    II*.'    i.llk   .livni.il,'  'y-t.;  I Just  Yon, roiillod Lou heart ily. . 1. am  happy to sny li Is no,11  Hut, Inquired Dick, how do you ovor  tell .them npiirl. '  1-don't try to, wi.i tlio reply,  -1  ��������� Enoy Mark  limr lio'n /cry  Hweot on  Mwlge  you,  I.lf.vjoiio���������HiuhcvS      P.o'i: good for  ub-ut two pound''! of nnml:* overy week.  To*the  years.  'hln:   nli yp.'n'H   nro    lean  un empty hug. Ho did not llko to go  homo without om* bird, and seeing a  niunlK'i' ot ilncltB In a pond, nnd a.  farmer loaitir.g oii a rail wntolilni*  tbeiii. fllipj'lilur fiiild: What will you  tnko I'or ii Hliot at tlio duel's?     ���������   ���������  Oil, Hiild iho atrniigoi', about luilpit  Kiivorelgi),  Dono! said SU,.'rlilnii, .r.itl paying tlio  mnn. ho llred lino tho middle ot Ihu  llo'clc, killing a dozen ducl-H,  I tiiu iifrald you mndo a bud bur-  giilu, lie KaKt,  Well, I don't hliow, replied tlie limn,  thoy weren't my ducks.  Facts  in  She Wa: n Veteran'Too  Old Mr. Anilornon, who wa������ I'oiul of  mini lug storjos of Um war. uft or thu  flirlmmiiH dinner was over ineiilloiu-'il  liavlng I"'1'11 ���������" ,IV,*! t*������B:'������t--|,,,! "'���������*���������  That's not ho much,  aid littlo 1-Mtjar  HUddcnly. ,, , ���������    ,  Why  Kdgnr,  cried  hts  HCiuidallzoil  mother; what do you nii-nii.'  I-'lvo Ihii'i mnny, persiHtcd I-Mgiir:  t-lnter Kdna Iuib been ciigngcd nine  times,  ��������������������������� **.������������������  *  Dtifylokl Uie Militants. '  Toiirlct (In London)���������lt eortnli-'ly  took n lniii<-h -' bobbles to '.rivst that  ellk-hnltnd guy!     What dli. ho do?  Cnbhy���������W'y. thi'.t blutdli." hllghter  hnln't iilnohedi 'e'n n ln'iuliu nf t-tfltcB-  mnn -t-olng to lunt-lieoii!  i'V***.    IV*-"V ������*"'*-������������������������ it-*, Hiu** U.v.ik������.,<*���������>,, tl.������t I7..lu;<'.-i *.r,c.-l vbIu-.Mpl-.cnlt^ *\* .  |NI J. In-r -n*r������nt- for thu run* of illrw-mw nra found In our Amnrieiin forosUi, x \\\|  Over flirty y~a������ ono Ur, K, V. 1'icri'o, ctiinf conauliiiiit pliytticuii tn ih������ lmalUn' \1  Hotel und Surgical Inatltuti- at Ilulfalo, N.Y., u.icd tlio powdcrc-d extracts ns well no ll  tha liquid oxtractaof imtivo metllfflnid pluntn, niir.h ns Ulooilroot nml Quoen'a root.  (Inldcn Koul und Klono tool, Cherry lurk nnd Mamlr.Vxo, for tho cure of blood  (lUeruiui,  TliU luuicrli'tli'ii at put up In lli^ultl furin wv* called  GSiMSB MS.4?*?.***! TiUsSSSSSiM  Rnd has onjoyed n Uvj-e nalo for nil thcao yenirfl In rvhry dnis.Rtore In Ih* *2)l*w  hnd.   You cun now oli'ain Uio jiowdercd rxtrnet hi ������lfr������r.<*i*st������!(r'.<*hl������t form ot    ,f  ���������"your medlclno dealor, or taiul 60e In oni<-ccnt po*U'-o''-*t'lmj()li| for trial liox trt1  Dr. ricrco'a Invalids* liotol, Iluffalo, H.Y., and UbleU will Lolnfifledf poitajo prepaid.  Tho "Cioldtn Mcdleel Dltcovtry" maltw rich, nvl lilimil, fovlff6ralr������ lho  tti>raaeh, llvotr anil bovrrln und throueh tliem (tie \vUol������* rymeni. fiidn  alfcctluna, blJlfliui, In'l', pimpl������-ar.,1 rmp'lon-.���������twnlt nf li.nl lyl.i.iij  ���������art eradichted liy tlds t!i.rrJllv������ exlrart���������ni thousands'tavn trijllfiod.  "fiend50 ot>K������nt ������t������mri to pay co������t ot milllntf only on h ttta copy of Or,  |*Urct'������   Coaaaaa  St.iw  Medical ft.Mm, 1003 puflci, clolhbouna  ADD!U:n������iD������.U.V.I,IEIlCK,UUlTALO,N.Y.   ' Jfit  agto*fc3hf^,^su-*<a-a^i*^'*5-*>^ >yv-\  --; ,v--, *,'v. . -,  .-y.-^'i^jp-'^'x-v,^-''  J-lsjf* :'".*?.-'-''.-'���������"'*'' '���������-- '*'**  ^^^^^^M1^IAV^-AiU^4.f?Mi^n,M^|.'*^-lwiuK������.4.  -THE. .^WS^'-CUilEERLAKb, 'BfiffrSSE  COMMBZA^:  *' NOTICE is hereby Riveti, Ui: t ap-j'h-  '.paiieu'will be'-made to th ��������� Superintend-  uit of Provincial Poiioe,  Vjototia .for a  lioouse to sell liquor  by wholesale upon  ! + tha pK-aSsessitm.t-1-d o'n.Lot 6, UJock 15,  ^'.''OmibailauirTownRito, Cumberland, B. C  .     UfALI MUSSA'rCO,A������pH(uut  D * ted Uii'a lsts d^y.i f Ootobor' 1913'.    ,  '    NOriOK ia larcby given that ou the lirst  day of D *o h'>or   next application   will. I*  mado to tho Superintendent of "Provincial  Tolicc, Viotoria, for the renewal of tho tio-  ^t-ul lioanao to sell  l;quors. Uy rotail in tne  . fciotnl known as thttL'-rno lioU't,'aituRted at  ���������   Comox, B.C.       : Gbougi* M. Barlow  Dated October 1, 1913.  .        ' ll     I I     . *      I lill '  -NOTICE is hereby jjiven that on the  "first day of JJoveihb������*r iqi.3, application  * will be made to' ihe Superintendent ol  Provincial I'olice, for a renewal of ��������� the  wlule-.iUe hqu ir license up-.m the premises, known'os. Lot 24, Subsection 1, Net*  son District. "   .- ���������  l*U.SliNKK*HRKWING COMPANY,  D.ited October ist, 191 j ,  NOTICK id lnreby **ivuu iliut uu the  6r-.t day of Ooccn'ilicr next -ipplit-utiou'i- iii  .ix-iuii-do to iho Supo iutuuduut of Proviu-  ciiii I'oiice, Vict >m, t\>r a r-m"* ul of the  h-loi license tu sell lio-uur'd by it-till in  Un* hotel known ai thu Union luiUi, sii-  u.ata at Ui'iiia. B.C.   John-N.-McLkod  Da*.td the laf day of (kitobo'r, 1913    '  N</������lCE,id hor. by t"iv..u that 011 the  druttUy'bf D^jeualier uccc. ajiyUoat'ou ��������� wil]  -bo uitie to -J10 *JupariiiCoadeiit <>f Prjviiiaiul  1'olicn, Viotoria, for thu renownl uf tbo hotel lioenno to oell liq'u^a.by retail in the  ll.)t<4 known aa tho Kvt-.r-vLde huwl, biIuv-ca  *t Oourtenny, B. C. 0.. 11., Fuouiijiu <  I>-U������A Ootobw* 1, 1013.  .  NOTICE is uo-oby rIvo-V tliat on . the  Curat diiy of Pwxsniltr utxt Hi.'t������iicati.>unil]  . be tu������4e to-tite.Suiieii!iienileiit "f Pr-vio-:  ������������������ iiiil l-*oIteo,*A'i.;t������)ii!i, for tlie ronowulof the  , hotel lioonse to Qi.il liquura by retail iu the*  .hot-1 know 1 as tho WiL-x-a hotel, (situated;  a,t Uuioii Bay lid . 7., .  Ai.FitKD ItAi'Hu. House  ... Bated Oetobsi 1, 191*.  NOTICE bhercly givou" tiial. on  the  ��������� fl-st day of DaceHi-ber ii-jst application will  ;    bo mad-* to the'5u:-s!-intpr.d-e>it of .Pjovin ���������  oi il Police, Victoria^ for tho renownl of thn  ��������� lioiiblKS'iii������.to..sell- licjuUi's l>y'rifcaiJi-i tbi*  ho.el kiiOA-n an th ��������� N������l.;*eii hotel, Bifcii-j.'.e."'  .,, at.Liiuou Biijr.iB.'C.-.-"        . Jons. Fraseu.J  v' Dated O^totw- U*. 19 13.,'       : ' - >.     ,  The.GburtenayJH otel  .E.v������-try sotrrenienre for guests..  TbaCenttai HoM for Sportsmen .  Kone "brit Aie Htst o( Wines atid Liquors  *t the- Ilajr. ���������    ���������"        '"���������*.*"  4ATES-      , REASONABLE   ,  - -   - o  Hhion Steamship Co, of B. 0.  ";.*" .,TliE.S..St OOW.IGUAN WILL SAIL AS UxN'DEU     { :  ���������N AN AIMO���������D EN MAN IS L AN D^UN ION B A Y-COMOX ROUTE  : ���������;.    * :i> ���������: * ��������� ^- Loavo Vaiieijuvor, Monday, at H p. in.   '"..*,     '"' *"  ... 'y  ��������� " An'iyeaNahai:ud,' at 11.30 p, iu.,\     .. -"^   ->. :  ',. "Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday G a." i������; *    Lo-ive Tues *,    .   fn. .,  - ������������������'��������� 'Arrive.Comox, Tuesday 8 a. m, ,. Leave ^ueaday, 11 a. in. ..   ���������  IyRaveNaiiaimu-G'p;. in," .Tuosdajr. , Arrive Vnucuuver U.SO pju.*8'  Leave Yaiieou'vcr Safurdny 8.. p.ui.-Arrive   Nanaiino,   11.30 p. m  Arrive Utiiou.Bay, 'Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday S a.m- Depart, 4 p.m. "   ���������  .     Subject to change without notice. "    .; ,  ������������������       - .   '      rr   - *   * J ���������  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, 8.C. 1913  DBINK  The "purest and best BUER, ahd  made in,Cumberland.  ]^i$&y$bii*im&  >���������".'���������:������������������ '  IPKO^RS-Js.xor,  ���������. English i -{.BURTON 'nlwuya o������ Uyj     aleo. thjp fantQiw MILWAUKEE  '���������'���������*��������� ' UBSltSi-il'nhfiJWfir, B.^iKJ-i-j, Sahltz, &*."    '<OLD QREy' UKAHD V  '"   8Q0ICH AVHiakY', .,     ..Bes.t Wiaes and Liquors of. ell kinde  ,     * .    n ' '  Tht) lioarjiDg and Lodging Department, under tlio i^i;i������<tj*i,lo"8U()erintuu.dei)oe  > "������iH bo'ou.d First clost) iu every rem������eut,j ���������   ,  AXES,  -pi. 00 per day  CANCELLATION OF*RE-  "' SERVlv,'  ��������� NOTICE IS HEREP,Y,CHVEN "tlm  the ruseive, the no'ire of' which appeared 1:1 lhe 11. C. (lazt-tie on liic 271I1 di)-  of December, 19..7, is caiicelled in "so f,ir  Hsit relates to lhe* fotlowh**; parcels of  land:���������the W. 1 2.or ihe S. E. 1-4, tbe  S. \V. 1.4 and the S.,!"5' of ihe N. W'.  1-4 west of ihe river in Section 4; the S.  li.ii-4, the S". E. 1-4 of the S. VV". 1-4  .and"the N. E 1-4 111 Section 5: ihe S.  i-.' of the S. E. 1 4 in Section S; the S K,  1:4, the S. W, 14 ,-iihI the E. 1-2 of the  N. E.1-4 in Scciion i6,'"*iul llie E. I-*  of lhe S. E 1-4 and N 1-3 m Section 21,  all in Township 3, .S.iywi.rd Dis.iict, anil  the N. E. 1 4 of 1 lit- N. E 1-4 in1 Ssc-  tion 33; ihe N li 1-4 of the S \V 1 4 .-md  the N W t-4 ai.dN 1-2 of the N E 1 4 in  biction 33; the N 1-a of ihu N W 1*4  and 1 he N 1-2 of the N. ,E 1-4 in Section  ,14* and ihe S 1-J2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  \V t-4'in Section 35, all in Township 6,  tlayward Distiict.  ��������� The said lands will be open firentry by  pre-emption on Monday, ihe 18th day ol  '.\tay al the hour of 9 o'clock  in the forenoon; all applications  to Ijj made at the  ii.lficc of tlie Government   Aj-eut,   Vancouver.   No Pre-emption   Record'shall  include more man 40 acres, of land except in case-5 ft here it is ue'sirable iV* in.  chide smajl fractional   portions of le-jal  Miibdivhions;",infoi*in.itioii in which con  neclioii may be obtained, from plans  on  view at ihe above mentioned Ayency.  -<;       U.A, KEN WICK.  Deputy Minister of Lriiul-*.  Lands  Department,   Victoria, IJ.   C,  February nth   1914.  ���������T^3SKHKI3I^!53l2ffiJ^^  .'RECEIPTS - ^  Gov't grant to Ciiy. -. -S5037 05  Gov't grant to Camp..;  Hi������!i Sdiool fi*es..-,..,  Speftial Gov't praut   Paid by  City  of  Cum  ���������berland   . .*. ......  1008 25  37G 00  2000 00  34-10 70  '   Total Receipt's. . .'..$123102 OlJ  KXPKN'UITURE  Toncliors* siilario!* .... ������7025 00  over ee -vcars"  EXFERIENCC  Trai*>c M/",*wa  DcciaNB  JCOf-YRIOIHTS&C.- *  titvrttno HCBdlnff a Bkaleb Mid Oc^crtptlon met -  Qulcsly nsoortnln one optnloa fniow'ioOicr na  limjnllon la prohclily putenriihla.  Coiamuc'iw-  lionsBtrlcUyccnOdfwitUl. H.'UttlDDC*ron^-.ioa������  font tr?3. Ol.last nrro'ii*.:* ft: ii(>i urliiff ps,tcuw..  .  1'nteiitB wlson turouiih Sin'-." it Ci, rowlvtJ  tptcttl notiw, without iw.-vko. lu tlio  ScttfflR Mrmmx  A bendioui'iir ilUinrat*j<l -nvCtlv,  X..U(:i������if v >���������-  ailiilioa ol im/ Mi">ni'a ���������,'j.nni,   ninn*. i joi-  Sf^S^"^''*''^^"''^'-J ai>  .   teanAoiBcs.iSiS'Et.V.Whu-.poiuiJ.C. '  010 00  yo 00  SciivcDgcr - ���������  Tok-or mi-?, -tuli-jilioiir,,  c 00  A. Maxwell, hauliigo...  14 90  Pottev  &   KirkJbrido..  ^  P2.00  r-i  T. 1), McLean, stutiou-  ery  and  repairs..  4 00  A. II. Peacey,   i*tiitiuii.  ery and Iwoks.':..  ' 03 ir>"  Islander, printing.  H 00  News           "'          ���������  10,00  C II. Tarbell, supplies  and labor   * 44 05  Dr. G.K.MaeNaiighton,  ,  inedieal. nn-peetion  112 50  Thoiufcon Stationery Cu  ���������   ". books.'   ,23 20  Free Text Hook. Oflice  -1  ���������  ,'boi'ks...,.'   25 00  J. J. Don(-giin,   Trus  tees,  Association.  .   10 00  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE jgj  fewers .  -Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling 4 GraiR Company. Ltd;  ���������'. '-NANAIMO; B.-C.       ��������� j  Distributors  LIQUOR ACT 13.10.  Section.'42.  NOTICE Ta'hereby eivec that  ou the 1-*I day of -Di-cember ' n'exi.  applicuiion   will bo'* made to  Hi';  -John -Jo-hnston, Prop  In'thE COUNTY COURT OF  n'anaimotiolden, at  , NANAIMO,  IN, THE MATTER QV WiUinm  Herbert Ilation   -deceased, in  teetatcs.lato ol Courtenay. B C,  '   AND  IN THE MATTEll of the "Ofli-  oial Aditiinifitratorfl Act,'1  TAKE NOTICE thut by or-  <\ov\A IHb,Honor Judge Barkor,  iirnd-i ou the llth day of, Keb.  rimry, 101.4, I wa������ -appointccl  A.litiiiii'fltrutor of tho EHuto of tlw  ������bov.e nwutioned deeoused, and all  Qtyl'w having claims, against tlio  eaid estaUi are hereby ���������n^nit'ed to  ftirni-jh samo, properly voriliod, to  ������io on or "boforo tho 15th day of  March 19 W, AND all par-'  ties iiidebti-d to anid outato, are ro-  quired to pay tho amount o( their  t  iinJubuuiiuwa to 1110 forthwith.  Dfttinl tlu'H llth day of Fobru  ������ry 10H,  W. WKSl-KV WIT.LAUD,.  Ofllcial Administrator,  Cumberland, Bv C,  Suuerinlmident of Provincial m\>  ice for a licenBe for ihe sale -of  .liquor by wholesale in and ��������� u^on  tbe jireiriiH.ea Bit ni ted in the town,  of Courtenay, li. C, _kno\vn anil  jdesciibcd us Lois 30 ni������d 31, Se'c-  tioi^Gl. ��������� '-,    - .  Dated.tliis litlx dny of Oc oler  1918. '*.* .'.'".���������'  UNION BREWING COMPANY  ,     , -Lltl.  John Maroccbi, Manngor  Apiili'cunt  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of ma  king the people think of you  than  by placing an Ad in T heNE.WS.  "Nuff Said."  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  .Suction,-12.  NOTICK ia lint;eby" given tlmt,  otuliy lstdny of December next,  ajijilicrilion . will bi������ mndo to thn  Supo'-in'ondent of Pi'uvinoial Pnl-  ice for lenowal of the hotel licctico  to soli liquor by retail in tho boo'  known aa tno Malai** ion HoR  -i uutc at"Lund, in the Piovinroot  British-Columbia.  Da led thia 8.hday oi October,  1018,  FRED THULIN ',  Appliount  Daily Provinc**?; adv'|T  Soc'y's salary 12 mosj  Newbury &��������� Asliley,Ln-  ���������siirancc, new school '  Postago   and.   station-'  ��������� cry, 12 mos.....  Win, Putter, labor.....  I).   Ki! pat rick,   coal...  - 0    hauling -..-.'  0.0. (D )Liniitcd,  coal.  S. Leiscr & Co.,   chalk.  2-70  .,. 00 00  145 00  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALER 'TENDERS, -sup-arscribe*!  ''Tender for," Lock-up aiid" Mnrried  Constable^ QiiHi'tcia ui Powell River.**  -aill bc received by the H**-*o:-;.*.,:te ihe  M'liistf-r of Public Works -ip 'u. noon o*'  Fri'la'y the ^oili diy ni "rcbru'iry j.Qi-J fot  ilie .eredioii and ccmnkiioii of lock-up *  and married constable's quarters at Powell .River, in' the- ' Comw.. Eiccicr.il.  District.'  '.,'''*        '       ��������� '   1  Plans,   spccifici-ilion**,  contraci'   Aiid ���������  forms ot lender may be uien or>.ai*id aftor the 2tid,drvs' of February ;9i.(,-> a* tbe .  office   of   tke 'P-oviucia! Coralabk*,' a*  Powell  Rivei ; Mr,  ).  Buird, 'Goyecn- *.  mem Agent' .Cumberl-ind, B. C; Mr. J. ���������  Mahony, Gcverniuent Agent, Vantouvcr  II.  C; or  the   Department .of   Public *  Works', Victoria.  Intending   tendeiers can, for the-aum-  of r/*en * dollars    (S10),     obtain    or.<s.  ���������copy ol tbe plans r-tnl speciticaiioiis by  applying to tlie undersigned, v.bi',h ,sun>  vv:tl  be   refunded   on"their  return'.us.-  10 00  33  50  22  '50  127  50'  'J.  00  \  ���������tffy  O. H TARBELL  NOTICE  ���������������������������-������������������lti--.H������^  ,  m  l  mr.u r.DAnp -5TMPS1  And nil KITCHEN r.UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  ,ViolIn Strings, TnlkitiR wa-  cliinc n-owltfls M������<1 Victor Records  Cor cak at tho New* office.  Aiiyjwrfio-n or pertionp, outtiuw,  roiiioving or taking any blocJi^  timbor or-wood, of any doscriptioil-n  julonglng to tlm WoHingtou Col-  ory, Co'y., or from or off tho land  uf tlio nald Oomimny, or, nnj*on������  tipping rubbish of any desoription I  iiiiywliero 11 pun ukj coinpuuy'rt  land,will bu pro-uwiitod to ttm full  oxtvntof tliolaw,  vJf, IX. I.O0KARD,  ���������(4|A|HM*ft,l   MniHlWM',  Colliury Oo,y.  Don't   forget  to  place  your  jy-xt oi<!cr for printing with us,  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives und rail  wtiy care o( lho Union P.olliory  Company by any perflan or per-  sonn���������oxcept tain orow���������iij fltrlfltlj-  prohlHted. Eraployoen P.ro mb*������  ioc to dtamiRsal for allowing nam-  By ordor ',  J. R. LOCKARD,  General Maim-ie/  O.I'f   i  IN THEiCOUNTY  COUUT  Otf  NANAIMO IIOIiDION AT  OUMHKllUNI)  I������V  TINS   MA'ITEU  of Thonuin  Sniilli, (IkouhuiI, inlnt-talp. who  diixl in Noli-on  DlnliicL on April  20ihl.   .  AND  IN THE MATTICIl.of iho-'Offlcial  Admlnii-triitorfl Act "  TAKW-KO'i'TPF i)mt bv nr-ta  id WU iIivicT*.Tmlw[* P.-irl'or. miiilc'  tl.o 5ili day of Novomlitir 10iy,'wiiH  upjjoituctl ndn.inihlrilorof lho W-*-  tuto of   tbo   ubovo ltiositionod   do-  Cv\u*v.,   it lui     i\!i    'mttica     IlA>i,,)*4  cJitimllJngninHt thn ������ufiJ ohIiiIo nro  boro io   furnifih  pujik;,  propoily v-friHcd, 10 mo on or before tin) l.'Hh dny (:f. .Dcppinbor,  I01JJ. 'AND all pATlit-ri iiulcbU'd lo  Ra d'pKtntPi arol icqnirdrf lo pay tbo  amount of their fmJeblcdiKVB lo  tiio forthwith. *���������-.'  .* Put-d tlilj Ilih diiy'of Novcm*  iicr,?191li  W'rr.r.Aiin,  Oflicifti- Achninit trator,  Ci ifi.--l.nl.   IJ.U  IJQUOH ACT, 1010.  Seollon -12.  NOTICE iy lioioby uivon 11ml  on tho int day of Docombor' noxt,  ii|ipllcnUon will 1-g v.i.id<*. io the  Siiperintoudi'iit of f-rovinc.i'il l'ol-  ico for ronownl of lho hotel licunco  to noil liquor" by lolui) in tVc* botol  known ua^tlio NVilln*vy Ifoli'l, fIiu-  alo otCanipl-oll ttivor, in Ibo Province of Hritis-hCnlunil.il.  |)nled thin ,8ih dny of Ocloln-r,  1UJ3.  CHARL1CS THULIN  Appliciml.  Sbibntii,' clock........  Ilnyinan&Mcline.towJ'a'  X. Ei .Bate, 1 ioso,,glass  sundries   G. Downes, books....  L'.  \V;    Nunns',   wator  12 nice ',"..  lloyston   Hill,  lumber  High -school pupils), six  day's   tt'ftobing..."  Soliool keys.,..,,   Wishing N-wull*  .....  Spocial grant oxpendit-  ture, Clurl;&Su<wart  (Jo. Ltd. furuiluro..  A. McKinnon, furn'lre  Septic trink   Rupairs tu old  pjliool  Maps   Labor pulling   in  new  dusks.,,  good order, * ** ,  Each proposal ir.a.'-t bc accon-phniefJ  by, an accepted ��������� bank chc������.]i;c or ccriifi:  rate ofdeposit on a. churteijed bank of  C.inada, made pay.ible- to tbe HonQiir-'  able ilie-Min-istcr of I'liblic Works, for aV  -un,.equal to io rci^cenl_of-ibe_ienclerf,'>  v\hic!i sli.ill'bc forfeited if tbe pfiny/ten-  tler'Pi' daci'tixi   ic   enter   in!**  conti*ac*t.  . 0 50.  12 25  22*50  7 70  3-.L. 00  5 r>5  12 00  1 30  a.go  113,0 07  200 00  275 00  800 00  45 00"  %*.t *  1 f ��������� <->  100 00  when called upon,to ilo'so,.or il, "he IV  10 complete  the   woik coniractcd   fo:^  The cheques,or certificate*, ofjdeposit erf  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned.-  tn   ihcn   upon   the   executioj*   of "tht/  contract.  Tenc'.ers will-not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplitd, signed  with tbe acuial sign.Uure of the' tenderer and inclosed in tbe en\ elopes furn-  i&hwl. y  ' The lowest or any ie������(3������r not necet-saj  ily accepted,  J. IC. GRIFFITH, -  -.Deputy Minister and, Public Vv'or^'S  Enyirieer; Department bf l'tibjic- Workt,  Viciori?., JJ. C, Jar.uiiry 31st, 1914.  fe-4 Zt'iS  tta****t*\t*m0*tm**T*m^*m  ������-rs     W*"l p"T*!������".���������'.       *7iV$'  I "     (ji I*"' ";'.'   117" '��������� **.'".. ���������*   *  OS fe KSi\-\    \A   Y*h   fi''   I 'hi L':i. *.i '���������}  ^LjSJ J  *���������*" \.J*. *jr  Total oxjiondit. l.OKi, S12302 00  High uchool fi'i-s dug $od 00  Hptpt'ctfully siibmi-tWiil.   ���������  THOMAS H. CATIEY,-   .  St'������i'������lary.  Board of School Triietcus, Cumberland, I). C-, linn. 2J, 10H  I lmn.'by ocji-lify tlint 1 h-ivo-ox ���������  aiiiiiicd tlio bonks and nccuunts of-  tlui Ciiinborbind  publio and high  schooln anil Iind  thom  correct as  sot forth above,  J. STKVVART,  Auditor,  1-1NANC~IAL     STAVWiIKX?  ("'uinbcrlruul Might Schooi 1018  'UKCKn'TS  (.Mivornmont CJrant  SHOO.OO  iSubHcriptiou    157.50  Thn Uri'nt I'ltnliiiii Jlnnnh!.  Yimou nnii iiiN iuoivMM tin* m IiuId  nui-i'iiufi nyelii'ii, iJiultcu 11-���������%-  iliw.Hllu ulil Viuuij. (A:."it.\tr,  nr. IhhilUil, MtuM wnl ttrtiii'iliym' /)���������     {.jol,  tuMmrnrUt tiexunl H t'tiiuir*it. Kmiininiiii, tun -        *-  nwtirrhtiM, vnd Kff'-cl- W'������������������' '������"���������'" -J',"* ':������������������''v Mv-. (Inwli  t i,M il \H.C II..K, ,A/.i'\.. y-t.     ...   <���������  tt......   -},   ���������-;'���������   ,  ro. fioM "  kff. 011 I'll!  /ne. Ji  8517.50  l..\ I   i^.'l I'I  i  \j IVlj  Toaclior' wiiaiy 0 inontlis ft-tuO.iiO  ���������Imiilor *        ��������������� '15,00  Liulit '"   ���������     17.-50  nn hntid Doc. 81, 1018 5 00  Cnnadfnn Oovcrnmcnt fftito  allow Svo liavo Uio purest,  ���������antl Mghotttdtrcj-Kti' s,oocJc, U1  Vdllcti'o (s tuul by Wo ri/'j  lust LJakcrM fliitl Cfltcrc;.- '���������? ���������'���������" ���������  everywhere.   Costs no )  wero t'.iao tho Jnfcrior J?  cdulteralod hlnCt.       ������[i4^  Bi E. W.CiLt,ET7C0.,LTD.M j*\l  ���������*���������<-"������*���������  /***nW*r-\��������� "tin* 011-1*11 IMiu-lwi Tcfu!i;, iuid  vi\K-t^������r.(tt}r���������,'*' f**1^'- ������*w>'������u iin-'iMK-  ���������*O',%������\Wu?^-''������ll*Ui\l0Kj\\hUJ.v*0jiiHii������v.-������  ���������K^tWiSr^Pun-l. "'���������>W������i 'Jar* dfffiw-i  TwjT-p'iijt ot ������ti������tir,t'.-LM*.. *, f 1 rh..:  ���������JtV^*"  '"-J Wikfcrouj KtMuiMr, ItJJ ������p. ������,  ^���������t>*-t*<������*^<'Oe>-M**>*<-*>'>0<^->  IL00K OUTlf  wllloitro, fiol.l by nil drja-liUoi* mulln Iij ���������  I)liilniik������f.ou ruociiit of iiifi-o. My iwi'i'Wl \  Miiicil/tvf.Jtiiot/i  .furumrlu WvuUnn)  ^-^"e"u������.'S^u';H\������tnl osp.Mulitiir������ l������l������    *|517,B01  JU'i-iH'ttifhlly tubmitlod  .     THOMAS. II CAURV,  Sovrctnry.  I horoby oortify trint I have ox  NOTICK i4 liur.by (������(ivoulJiH,at the  nnxt inm-tinfi-nf the ]Uwn\ nt Uit���������ur-^Cmi  iniiHi������n������in of iho City nf Cumutrlnrul* ue  IntfiiKl to apply for 1 ro*-"-}*-*.! (f (liolmt  ol !ii!������iHM bolil by ua fuMlio V-nmbmo jnniir.otllhi' buoka tllid RUffOllllttt of  llotfllLritiu^.oti]olfi,Uf������;k3,Ciujil<if. ,j|ft^ Cnuiliorluud    night    hdiool  ���������3QWW !)AM(������NTK,ftm^,V"l.������hl,MI correct ������������ wt forth  Jn*!*;!*:! TOIUUXJ  ,������hu\o#  I, STKWAUT,  lnnd Towr.tjit,*.  o  f> t������<lOv'ol)'r 20Ui, . l;{.  Auditor,  i^r Mic Anil-. ->..vW|\<ii  with the Gnoii Uox  FRKSH M1UC ANM)  PARMVUODUCK  Our Mill: i.s lhe product  or the Nest hVd "Tows  Vttrtsu mi t.i:      ���������������  Delivered inorninj-8* evening j,  I. MARUYA        %  ttlVK US YOUR XI'.XT Ok  DER   TORJOn   TRINTIXX ,���������^.'.-������ >,-������������������/ fc| j|** .,.,������< ju^'J., ^, ,'      ,l|(   ^ ^ ^ ���������  jjtif t^tvt?; rrnin>F7?T ati.i? c  DONT HAVE RHEUMATISM  Gc.4. Gin Pills Now  and'bo free of pal. all winter. 'Mr.  Robert Wil-on o. Hard field, N.B.', says  "It affords me great pleasure to convey, not only lo yon bu. also lo' all  suiierers from Backaolie and Rheumatism,, the-great relief l bavc obtained  .irom '.lie- use of Gin Pills. 1* feel than"*-  Jul-to .".ou. 1 i-pcommend GIN PIL.LS  to anyone Buffering as 1 did."  50c. a Box. G for'$2,50. Sample free  lf yoa write National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.  WESTERN CANADA  Is the  t.ie  REST AND HEA1TH III MOTHER AND 8H!ifi���������  if us. W--.-st.ow-s Soothing Si'iu/F lias beeu  ������iu i'or ovel* SIXT\' JWAUS bv ftHIX-IOMS oi  MOTHERS for tlieir, UHI.DRE1*- WIUU*}  ���������BBRTIUNG. -wltl: Jt'KUFl'CT SUCCESS. Ii  SC'OTHIJS the- CIIU.V. SOl-TKNS thr- GOIS,  *T.:,.V������sall PAiw -, CUKES WINE COUC, and  IS the best remedy tol lOIARKHaSA. It is al>*  ���������olulelv Jmrmless. Be sijrc an<3. ask coi- --lilts.  tV'insloiv's Soothing' Syrup,'" and take ac oUrit  kind.  Vweuty-tive cents a bottle.  ���������JierceTurCojlj  ' and Alexana.  Wc also buy hides and senica root."  TH* NSW (inCNCH REMIDV. N.I. N.1.HA  THERAPIONKiu������  PO������t tucceit, CURBS CHRONIC WEAKNESS. LOST VIQOI  V1U, KIDNEY, ULADUKIl, DISEASED, BLOOD I'OISOI*.  PILES. EITHER HO. DRUGGIST!; or U AIL 11. FOST < CTt  VOUQRn*, CO, M. HEEKMAN ST.N8W VORXOrLYMAN BROS  tpRONTO. WRITE I'OR FRKE BOOK TO D*. LS CLEM  ��������� ID.CO, IlAVERSTOCKllD, IIAMPSTEAD, LONDON, EX*.  l-llYHKWDIlAGSElTASlKt.ESSIl'OnMOF   BA8V TO tkt*  THERAPION iXctit*.  IKE THAT TRADE  UAHKF.O WOBD  'TIIERAflON* II 0*  BUT. OOVT. STAUf Af CUED TO ALL QBMUINE FACUTfc  PALMISTRY  ' Yam- Ui'o'h in Your Ilmni: Ilend  Your. Own Fimn-c*! Semi Postal Solo ".5  ct'iitH* and stamped (uldniyKert envulope  tii Croscentln, the wull known sclent i-  lln piilnilst wlio wlll mail you ��������� chart  front which you can rend your own' future, It will fully dcKorlbc your piiHt  anil fiilui'R lifo nncl It can ho a con.stnnt  ffiiido in lifo. ORESCENflA, 8, Stobart  Block,  Winnipeg,  Why Slie Went to his Church  ��������� A devout old lndy had becomo vory  deaf, und as hor church wns somo distance from her homo, decided to attend another ono which was nearer.  She spoke to iho minister ot the second church about it, anil vas cordially received and uraotl to como whenever  "pOBlllblo.  , Ah, Woll, she said, all fliiirchos lead  to Heaven mul as I have grown tlonf  und' cannot, hear any of i'.ic sermon I  would attend your church.  Wlno mothers who hnow lhe virtues of MotliiT Grave**' Worm Hx terminator always Imvo It at, hand, be-  ctitiKe 't. proves Its viilue.  Did She Sen?  *   A  woman  wan dlHciiHSliur the  Iv'ng-  lisli  langiii'gi... will!  Itudyiird  Kipling.  Don't you tlilnl* It Btruuge, Mr. Kip-  llng, snid iho wumuii with hiii������('i"loi"  ivlsdoin, lhat luigai" Is the only word  In Ihu Miurllsli Inugiuige whore nn 'h'  and 'u' f/oiiie lugvlhor mid are pronounced  'uh.' ,  Mr. Kipling's eyes twlnhled us ho  ntiHwered:   Hiiro,  Thry Misunderstood  A hum who did not iirtlciilnto very  dourly wiih -in-sent on 111.* Ilrst night.  of a. very badly will inn mid wurHo-init-  oft piny. A number of friends prenent  who were full of I'oiiipiiHainn, applauded nl the ������iid or tho play and tlio num  of dellcletit iii'tlouhitloii was hr-iird to  call,tor lhe author, who eutiii.' out to  bow his UiMikH. ' " ' '  What In Hie world did you yell for  lho author for? mil'i-d i-i friend of tlm  mu n,  1   dldn'l        Vou   TiilHUiii'lerHrooil.       1  was ycllliiM tor i-ihor.  Country    That    Ha  Winners  'It's hurrah for J. D, McGregor and >  little old Manitoba.     The'agricultural  al  College boys iv'   at  this moment -  yelling, their   heads   off in   Ihe   big,  arena,  and  every  Western  Canadian j  is shaking hands with every eastern'  Canadian.     For   J. D. .McGregor*   of  Brandon has   pulled   off   the   grand  championship' of    tho    International  Live Stock Phow at Chicago, the biggest show of its kind, on earth.'  This was the news that Hashed along  the Associated frees wires on December 2nd, under a  Chicago date-line;  and  not only  those  who' -.vere viglu  thero at  the show itself,- bin  Canadians in all  parts of the  world read  this dispatch with pride, and sallsfuc-'  tion.     For while    the    International  i Live  Stock Show at Chicago is per-J  j haps the biggest show of its 'kind on j  earth, the grand champio.iship iu the j  steer  class  is  undoubtedly  the  blue j  ribbon event in fat cattle of this con-1  tinont..,    Once moro Canada had been j  successful,-and the steer*'Glcncarnock j  Victor II, wliich had downed all com- '���������  ers  had    once ��������� again ' demonstrated  Canada's supr macy in all agricultural  products.      At grain shows,  Canada is now so much tho acknowledged  victor ihat prizes are tacitly hers'be-j  fore the actual judging   begins;    but]  that she should so naturally take the j  lead in live stock events will act only '  us another incentive to renewed faith *  in the future of Western Canada':,.   \  The fact tliat Mi*. McGregor should  take this prize is notable in that it .is  the second time in succession that he ,  has -won it. Last year, with Glen:  carnock., Victor, he was adjudged winner; now this year with (Jlencarnock  Victor. II he repeats his success It is  the third timo the championship has  come to Canada. Glencarnbck \'ic-  Lor II was adjudged first*in his class  as a grade yearling.".then champion of  all yearlings, and finally grand champ'-  ion over.all pure breds and grades,  lie had been fed.on nothing that cannot bo grown on any western farm���������to  wit, barley, and oat chop, turnips, oat  sheaves, prairie.hay, and a very little  linseed mealj lie would not. know  corn" if. lie met it. The greatest tri-  i umph of all, is th:'.- he was fed .by a  j boy not yet seventeen who had cared  for him since a calf.  Nor was this the only prize that fell  I to Western Canada. A- very fine  showing" of horses was made by the  province of Saskatchewan,' who won  three firsts, seven seconds, two third's  and h.ve other prizes, certainly not a  bad showing for the first timo of ex-  ���������"mbifioirTi^tlns-show*1; Glencarnoek-  Victor II will not, as liis namesake, be  slaughtered immediately.' but will be  takon on show, and a long. itinerary  has been mapped out through Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan  and Iowa."*- Glencarnock Victor-. 1,  dressed r.t the highest percentage of  any champion fo. thirteen years, nariie-  ly 70.7 per cent, and he was sold on  the hoof at, the special price of. COc.  per lb.  All the winners, somehow, soem to  como from Western Canada nowadays. It. was only the other day  that the -province of* Saskatchewan,  with Its consolidated exhibit, practically swept the hoard at tlie International Dry Farming" Congress, which  was held this year-at Tulsa, Okla.  Tho premier prize of this congress, tho  sweepstakes prizo for the best peck  of wheat, represented by a' Itiiinley  separator valued at ������1,250,' was won  by Pnul'UerlacIi of AlUln. Susie. In  addition to this, Saskatchewan farmers captured thp sweepstakes' prizes  for tho- boat yhoaf of barley, the best  bushel and shonf of outs, und the best  pock of flax in competitions opon all  of thom to tho world. Altogether,  Saskatchewan took live Ilrst prists for  wheat, threo firsts* for outs, two firsts  tor hurloy, and* two firsts for flax;  while tho provlnco of Alberta took the,  Hweopscake prl/o for tho best p''ck ot  biu'lcy. Th-. best and second host  collectively exhibits by nny fnrm woman's club woro.won rospocttvoly by  tho Homo Milkers Club of Bladworth,  Sask,, mid tho Homo Makers Club of  Areola, Sask,  A groat anion:'', of npnco would ho  required to rnumorate fully all tho  HiiccosscH of Woslorn Cnniidi, In the  exhibition hull within tlio limt year or  two. This Biiccess nt Tiile*, Is only  repeating tlio result > . bun yeiir'.i In-  toriiiitlomil I������vy Funning- Congress,  held then nt I.otlibrldgo,, Alt.ii. On  that occasion tho |*rls*.! for tlio best  bushel of hiird wheat was won by  Ilonry flulnio.i of Raymond, Al tu, who  was iiiviii'dcd a $2,f������00 steam tractor;  WoHtiM'ii Cnnnda competitors ciirrleil  off before thom twolve out of eighteen  pnmilblo HwecpHtiiko prizes, 8!) out of  tiVJ poHHlblo'lli'sts. l'������l nut of 88 possible. HpenniU, und -10 out uf ra possible  thirds, Ono of Ihr; most oiitstiitidlng  ovontH of tho year Ifll"' was the world-  wldo renown whfch Camilla gained for  Kb oiiIh, through tlio wltinliig of tho  Colorado Trophy for tlin best bushi'l  of oiiIh shown at lho National Corn  Imposition at Columbia, NX*., by ,7. C,  Hill mul Sous of liloy-thnliiHinr, l-hisl".  Thin prlz'\ a silver pup vuluod nt  $l.,0(i0 was open U tbo N'ortli American cii'iUli'-ii'i U'.-l ������t������o .ii.. I.t. '.I,'}  i*/,nli"li*d    Tl-.p !HU������ al"**    won    \\\o  The Tortures  of Rheumatism  are aggravated during  climatic changes because the impure blood  is incapable of resistance  and ordinary treatment  seems useless���������but the  fame of Scott's Emulsion  for relieving rheumatism is  based on logical principles  and scientific facts. This  oil-food promptly makes  active, red, life-sustaining  blood corpuscles and its  body-building properties  regulate the functions to  expel poisonous acids.   .-  Scott's Emulsion, -with careful  diet for one month, will relieve  the lame muscles and stiffened  joints and subdue the unbearable sharp pains when other  remedies fail..  ���������Beware of alcoholic imitations  and insist oii the purity of SCOTT'S.  AT ALL DRUGGISTS 1.1-82 I  Ing which stated thai the exhibit was  'the finest, display of grain ever made  in America.' In the past,,tho Canadian Pacific Railway have also won  other prizes at these big shows: i'or instance at, the Alaslu-Yukon Pacific Imposition at Seattle, 'a't-'the Lowls. and  Clark Centennial Exposi'lon .'ct Portland, ��������� Ore., and at various European  expositions,"such as those at, Brussels,  London, Glasgow and Vienna.  The list of prizes won by British  Columbia, apples would make: a long  tale. As .1 rule, \ho British Columbia Government .undertakes tlie matter of preparing and consolidating .the  individual collections from various'districts, and the result is a splendid  collection that gains premier honors  wherevprJ; shown. The Province won  the' silver* trophy cup, valued at ?,*100,  donared by the Minister of Agriculture  for Manitoba, for the best state or  provincial display of boxed fruit, at the  .lS.t2_JQry Fanning Congress' at Leth-  bridge, and has twice been awarded  the gold medal of.the Toronto National Exhibition. On the oilier side of  the Atlantic Oceaii; B.C. apples have  been' cNceedingly successful. At the  Royal Horticultural Society's Exhibition, namely 190-1, 190������, 1909,. 1010, and  1912, and at practically every "exhibition individual exhibitors were'awarded silver medals, etc. In 1910 a unique  distinction was conferred, in tho shape  of the large gold Hogg Memorial medal, wliich had r.evcr been struck "by  tho Royal,Horticultural Society before, and'is only awarded-for exhibits  of superlative merit. British Columbia apples have also won gold and silver medals at the "oyal Horticultural  Society of Scotland's exhibition and at  many provincial shows in Great Britain.  THE HALF-SPEED  MAN AND WOMAN  Belligerence ' '  When she, could meet with Billy,  They played at bill and coo,  But -when she? met not,.'Billy, *  ��������� They played at billets-doux^  Now she has . married Billy,  Her leisure time she fills   .  By trying to" cc. siii-  Ate Billy for,her bills.    ' '  ,  Minard's  Liniment Cures * Distemper.  Tommy's Invitation  Littlo ,Willie Avantc-d a- birthday  party, to which his mother consented,*  provided he asked his littlo. friend  Tommy. The *boys had had trouble,  but rather'than not have tho party,  "Willie promised his mother to invito  Tommy.',' .",*..  ..On the evening of the party, when  all the small guests had arrived except Tominy, the mother became suspicious and sought her son.  Willie, she said, did you invito  Tommy, to your party tonight?  Yos,   mother.  1   And did he say he would not como?  No, exclaimed "Willie. I invited  him all right, but Filaral him. to' como.  Its virtue Cannot be Described.-���������.  No one can. explain the .subtle power  that. Br. Thomas' ' EclectMi. Oil possesses. ' Tho '��������� originator was himself  surprised by. the wonderful qualities  that his' compound - possessed. That  he.was the he-.c'iaoior of humanity i:  shown by the myriads that rise-in  praise o't this wonderful Oil. So *Ta-  niiliar is everyone,, with Jt that it ia  prized as a household medicine everywhere, -- ' *��������� '.  How .She Did It"  That widow is a good manager,* is  she*not? . '    '  Manager���������I should say so. She got  that house of hers fixed, up like new  for nothing. "  Hqw did she manage it?  She was engage-'., to the carpenter  till the wood work, was'finished and  then she broke.it'ofS* aud married the  plumber.      - ���������'     .  People who are, generally regarded  as a mint of /information seldom "coin'  much money'out of their knowledge.  She  family  remedy   for   Coughs   nncl  Coldc-  Small   dose.    Small bottle.    Best since  1370.  When  Tommy" Saw Sister  =Af (-.f-lioi* v.-.n K. Ai-������tp?*.fr oin!-no- T?..li Hilc.  111!  ���������i. i u i-iiui���������v\-a s���������enter ta 11  young man while Edith wa3 making  her toilet. Iu 'the midst of the waiting little Tommy came into the,parlor  wild-eyed' with  fright.-  Come,   Mother,   he   stammered,   let  us. go' quick.  Why, dear, said the mother"surprised, what is the matter?  - Con)������, hurry. You know you said  yesterday, tlia'c an Indian always  paints his face before going on tho  warpath, scalping and tomahawking  and murdering.  Why, yes, dear, but���������.  Hurry, Mother!':   Edith is.going on  the warpath with'' the* Indian's/ ��������� '  Edith? echoed the'"mothor.     -"Why  how do you know, dear?  Why, I saw her Just now with ri. big  box and a brush, painting hor faco.  Now She's Much Younger  Wilfred���������Do you know Miss Cutev,-  too?  ' Ernie���������.Yes.     We used,  to   bo tho  pa nie ago whon wo wore growing up.  What It Means When You Feel "All Out  of Sorts"  You know what, It mean** to feel "all  out of BortB." Most people havo felt  this way nt somo time, Norvoa out  of order, Irritable, languid, depressed.  An aching hr-ad, a fagged brain, appetite bad and digestion weak,' With  somo peoplo this condition comes and  goes; with others lt Is chronic; thoy  can't shako it off. It Interferes with  business, hpoIIh recreation and robs  lifo of all Its joys, Those men and  women niv only able to livo and work  at "half speed."  Half speed peopl,i have lost that  abundant natural vitality which on-  nbloi* others to no "fiill-spooil-aliend"  tliroiigh life. Tholr enorgy and nerve  powor have evaporated���������they cannot  work long without breaking down, The  trouble In norvo won linens and !>���������  caused by poor, winery blood, You  can bogln t������ Improve'��������� your condition  lo-dny by taking Dr. Williams* link  PIIIk. Thoy make rich, red blood onco  jiii'i'n pulwiio through your veins, and  your norvoa thrill with froah vigor,  Hero Is convincing evidence thnt now  Ktrongtli ninl full lioaltli can he had  through tho uso of Dr. Williams' Pink  IMIIh. Mr. Ni'Wion 'Mnyhow, N'orlh  Ti'j-on, V.E.J,, fiuyB: "I nm u dinner  nnd naturally have to work very hard,  The i-osnll' wus thut I found myself  vory much run down. My hlood be-  r.anio Ihln uud watery, uml my muscles  Hubby. I took doctors 'rp-.tinpiil but.  It did not li ilp nie and I grow ao weak  l\,.,1   \   i'/n\li\   i'f*li*|ii,|v   Writ   '   ��������� r   <\]\ \q  Has Their Number '  Indignant party���������Hello, Central, Can  you suggest the wrong number to ask  for in order to cm (53SO Franklin?   *  Could Think Only of One Kind  The young father was rejoicing visibly over the ml ver.' of his first son.  Early in the morning ho was proudly  in evidence ar lho front gate when tho  Iceman appeared.  Twenty-fivo pounds?   Inquired   tho  iceman.'  " No, snid  t'.io excited imrent, eight  and tlircfi-iiiiiirtovs.  EDDY'S  >?<2in lw and "3 in 1"  Washboards  Juit  as good a*  Eddy'a  Matchr-t  No* other   Washboards   t\������v������   tha  zinc crimped by '.no mothod uacu-  . liar to EDDY'8 Washboards.-  This patented process   eliminates  ths danger    of   torn, linen*���������ths  abuse of hands���������ths unpteasantneta  of., wash-day.   ���������'  It assures (omfort and economy t*  the  greatest,   degree.* Insist    an  EDDY'S.  Wi MSm is Bettei?  p~  FARMERS  Can always make aura cf Betting tho highest prices for WHEAT,* OATsJL  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car. lota to FOflT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b*-  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDP.ESS 700-703 Y., GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPBO  How Cleveland Won ;  President Cleveland, while talking  to a friend' about oiie of his many, angling expeditions, told the .following  story: It is remarkable, said tlio President, how .mean .some people are. I  had ���������\yith me. on . that -particular "trip  two countrymen J who-evidently were  familiar with my reputation as an angler. Before starting" ono of them  mado.the following 'suggestion': * Mr.  President, said he,.we wiil agree that  the'first one who ."catches a fish must  treat the crowd. -   *  I assented to this, and started. Nowj  don't you know, those two fellows .both  ���������had-a'blte-and-were^too-aieau-lo-pull*  them up.   -        * ���������  I suppose you lost, then,"remarked  tho friend. *  ��������� Oh,  no! -replied   the   President.   1  didn't have any bait on my hook.  The" Supreme Court Couldn't Overrule  Chief .Tustico Matthews, while presiding over the, Supreme Court at  Washington, took several of the Associate Justices of the Court for a run  down Chesapeake Bay. A i ,stiff  breeze sprang up,' and Justice Gray  was getting decidedly the'"worst'of it.  As he leaned over the rail In.,great  distress Chief Justice Matthews touched hlni on the shouldor and said, In a  tone' of doepost sympathy: Is 'thoro.  anything 1 can do for you,' Gray?  No.. thaiik you"; returned tlio sick  Justice, unless j our'Honor can over-  rulo this motion, -  There was an Excellent Reason  Is thoro any   good   reason, why   I  should glvo you llvo centa? asked the  woll-drosacd elderly man of tho youth  who'accosted hlni.  Well, said tho small boy, ns ho retired from tho danger zone, If I had  a nlco high hat like yours I would not  want it soaked with a snowball.  Henry's Whereabouts  Where, In Henry? asked tho neigh;  hor of the lady  whoso  husband ho  wanted io seo, ri  1 don't know, exactly,1 said tho lady,  if tho Ice Is i.s thick as Henry thinks  It Is ho is ukating; li H Is as thin as 1  think It Is ho is swimming.  ���������    The Power of "Words  We mako or mar our lives- by what  wo say���������speak out���������If it be,kind and  good, to hear���������speak out,today:--  But if< our passions rush itito tha  tongue, to send forth pain," before' the  word is- spoken���������-O, refrain.*.  O, keep in mind that, thought, if hot'  expressed-cannot be heard, and that  no power.on earth can check tha'  spoken word. . .  ���������e,   J  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,.Etc.,'  '    Why   ��������� -   ���������  'Tis not because''she is devout..  __T4iat-Aniiabolle���������isJaificliiig;   iter stick-up; if sho straightens out,   .  Is, sure to sweep the ceiling.  His Answer , , '  Little Ralph ha.l just jojned the Ans-  iic,'in Sunday-school, and, on his rotura  home, was asked by his moth:.- liow ha  liked it. ���������     , *  Why, Mother, ho said, they don't  kno.. much down thoro.' The teacher asked then.'wlu-t the Collect, was'  and-i wiis'tho only one > that know.  That's good, said tho mother; and  what did yon tell them?  Why. I told Ihem Iliac it was a  pahi in the ctomach. '  Where.the Punishment Fits the Crlm������  Justice David*.!.*Brewer,was onca  asked:  What is the extrome penalty  for bigamy ?-  Ho smiled and answered; Two mothers-in-law.  NaDru Co Laxatives  ore especial ly good   for  children because they are  pleasant to take, tfcnlle in  action, do not irritate-the  bowels nor develop a iieed.  for continual or increased  doses.   35c. a box, at your  Druggist's. -     - '.  National Druir and Chemical Co.  of Cknadn, Limited.     177  Y*a^^';"*l"]fr*r^m*^**  fklDNEY  1 found the r.-.odlciil ���������reiitni'Mit wns not  !$|..io0 prize for the host hiiHlui of oati-| helping mo l docidi'd to try Iir. Wil-  "'nt tlm Columbus, Ohio, Corn Show tho. limns' I'liik rills, and In tln-si- I found  ��������� previous  yi-iil-,   'Tin;  family  belonged  lhe medicine I needed, ns In a short  lorlglnully m tlm    Biut   Colony,   und  jciiiiio fnim Loudon only ton yearn ago,  unit ium iiifii nn i*.mw.'v\w. >u .w v."  fanning.  The Hi 11  Ainorlciin Land and Irrigation lilxpiwliinn nt Ni"* York Is his-  torlo. In the uiiiialn of Cun.'-dlaii Wheat,  for was not th* $1,000 In gold donnt- Williams' Medicine  I by Sir Thomas ShiiugliiiPH������y for tin] Onl.  L  60c. ������ baa ������r ux boxes for $2,50  ������'. tl) CluUrs, or The OodtU Med;-  clnj Compa.-y, Limited. Toronto,  Cari������l*.������  time I was restored to my old health  mid vigor, | nlmll hIwiijh I'lM.'omnuMid  " *   ���������    ���������,.'!!.' '    .���������:!.' * ')]t'-"-- >��������������������������� "  Iir, Wllltiimi'' i'lnk l������flW urn nolil  by all medicine* ik-ah-rii. or will be  iinilli'd, post pu'.d, at no contH a box  or six boxe.. for ���������*$'-.!>o by The Dr,  Co,,    Droi'ld'HIe,  CAisiADAPorthnd cement  COME men ask for so many bags of  ^   "cement"���������  Others, more careful, say tKey want  Portland Cement  *'    ���������P'.ir-.'i r'  H  li'Vl  ������ M  .Ihit 01' hard rod milling ivlip-t*.*!  lin a rompptltlori open to both Amcr  ,li-.'i:i won hy i-h'-if"'-*-' WIipi'I't of IIdnI-  lln'iii. l-aHluitchi'wai:'.'     And not only!  ! tlmt, Imt Alborta and Manitoba furin-1  ith worn phiti-il ii'Spi-cUvt-ly hpcoii-1 .  'uml third. At tho sonic hIiow. the!  ,$t,Oiio Hllver cliiiiuploiii-ililp tniphy pro-j  M-m'-il hy A- K- HtnhvcJl, J-m-hh nt i.f t  yb". I'LVM. ail'! O U for file hr������t n-vlilh-l  Jit ot' late {���������ommi-icliil or inarkctahlt!j  ��������� ii'ita'oen grown Jn tin- Iwo Anrrlrnt< nxlioft  I was won by lhe I'l'i-vlnce of llrltlsli tin* prison-  The Sins of Omlc3lon  ��������� Xo*.*., ti'.Aft (lu- i-li.i'};>iu.������i io Lu'- linu-  day Hclu.-ul cIiish, cau 11 tiy of you tell  me whnt nre iins of omhrlDii?  Vi'i*, sir, sal.l the tiniiill boy. Thoy  an' thi' tiltui wo ought l j Imvo done  and havi'ii'i..  Why an- 3*011 lifre. my  the iiiliihili'i* who  I.O(i,'  was  friend?  ���������Ihllliig  <tV< N. U. 985  jCuhliiiblu. At the 1JM2 kIiow, thr-  I'anadlaii I'aclllc Hallway were award-  '���������><1 a rniiKiiluront atorllmc nil ver cup for  their exhibit, ilie wcrdlnj necompany-  J am Ihe ik-tltn <������f llu- unlu'ky nuni-  her thlricen. hIi*. anbl tlio prl-miK-r.  Indeed! How tn that?  Twelve Jurors am  one judgu, a|r.  But the man who does the  best work insists upon getting "Canada" Pordand  Cement���������  Ancl he looks to  .   1 see that every  bag bears this  Write the Can������d<*. Cement  IflformiUGn Burenu, Mon*  he*l, for t free copy of  HWh������t the Farnier Qb  Do Wkb Concrete."  'I  I  Hiete it ������ Cdna-fs  Cement dulet. (a. your  ���������eighbothood, Ifyoudo  ���������ot know hiziou vrntstrM  luiBtise.  mmmm  tJltii3k������?SJl.*���������,*t!" *������** -frr���**-,->��� *ht'���**���<: y~~l
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*��� : 'wnenanawivnif-'oK'Noses **-
.. George Dernard Sh:.,v, the English
author, always' does the original
thing. At asporformance c: "Caesar
and Cleopatra,' Mr. Shaw and a frlond
stood in the aisle���the house being
crowded���and a stranger behind "persisted in poking hiJ head over Shaw's
shoulder. ���*
Shaw thou" did tho original thing.
Talcing.'out his haiu'terchief he wiped
the, man's noso, pat'-Iug ahd, twisting
It pretty vigorously. ,,'
The man, with an ..ngry exclamation, jerked back his head.   - "
-Oh, I **bog- pardon,   snid Shaw;'I
thought it was mine, you know.
Control oi Municipal Finance
Less Powers Th^n English Local Gov-
* eminent* Board " ���
.In'view of the, fi^ct* that the Saskatchewan' government has decided to
appoint a commission to-supervise
municipal finance, along fho lines suggested by the Saskatchewan Rural
Municipalities 'Association . Executive
aiidthe Reginn Board of Trade, the
outline of th-. duties of such a--commission, as suggested' by. F, J.' James
of tlie firiii "of Nay & James, bond
dealers of Hegina, is particularly' interesting to all 'municipalities.' Mr.
.lames lirst brought the question'of the
advisability of appointing such a commission beforo tho- Reglna Board of
Trade, when his ideas wero-'promptly
'endorsed and, steps taken to bring the
matter to a successful-conclusion.
Mr. .James outlin: of the duties of
such tiT commission; as read before-the
Regina Hoard of Trade, follows:
Much has been said and a great deal
hns been written in connection with
the'proposal to urge ono. o;*.more of
our Western Canadian Provincial-Gov:,
eruinents. the advisability of exercising greater control over the borrowings of our Municipalities. Some ..authorities on matters'5of" this" kind would
go' so., far as to recommend' the, ap-.
pointmeit of a Federal Commission
with powers similar-to those possessed 'aiid exercised by the Local Government Board-in England; but it
must bo remembered that, this is quite
a largo country. Conditions ir. the
"various provinces aro very different
aud it would seem" that a'Commission
in tr, Province like Saskatchewan
would-be fully'employed it it were to
grapple with Aie problems that beset
the vast growing Municipalities in this
Province. J,
Widening Municipal Market."
Therefore we deem it wise at thin
time to follow the ideas .of the more
cautious and offer herein for consideration' of this Board some suggestions
which may bo of service in solviug
what is'undoubtedly a leading topic in
the'municipal debenture market and
of paramount importance.to Municipalities-throughout our Province. The
main idea would be io widen the market for'Western. Canadian'Debentures
without unduly burdening municipal
bodies- by irksome restraint.
,i   * , Subjecta Big One   .,
The subject .is a big;one and it .is
���not intended at thi** time to dwell at
length upon its many phases' and .possibilities, but rather bring out a .few-
salient'points which, it- is "hoped will
lead to healthy criticism' and' hasten
the day wlien the, appointment of .such
qulclily Mops couchs, cures colds, and heals
the Hired and limes.       ::      '.:      25 cents.
Their Attachment
Bo animals possess the sentiment of
affection',' asked the school-teacher of
tho little girl.
Yr.th, ma'am;  almost always.
Good,, said the teacher; and now,
turning to n littlo boy, tell mo what
animal has tho greatest natural fondness for mon.
The hoy contldered carefully and
finally nnsworod. Woman.
Getting Even    '{
\ ill Ilo hoy had '.-eon punished by
his mother ono day, and tlmt night at
bedtime ho prayed thus:
Ponr Ijord, bless Papa and Sislnr
Lucy and llrotlior Frank and Uncle
Fred nntl Aunt Mnry ami make me a.
good hoy,    Anion.
Thon looking up into his mother's
face, ho said:  I supposo you,noticed
tlmt you wore-.'t lu It.
A Cure for Rheumatism.���A painful
mid persistent form ot rheumatism In
mused by Impurities In '.h*- blood, tho
result of defective action of tho liver
imd kidneys. The blood becomes
tainted by tho Introduction of uric
ncld, which u'.usch much pair. In tho
tli'MicH nntl In the joints. I-urmoloc'**
Vegetable Pills nro known lo Imvo
onVctod nmiiy rcmiukablo curat, and
thel-.* uso Ib  strongly  recommended,
A trial of them will convince any-
one ot their /nine.
Too Deep a Question for Him .,
Two colored men wore on nn expedition to tho Colonel's henroost one dark
night. Moho Iiiiil planted the ladder
find climbed vp to- whero ,th. chicki-tr;
were roosting, nnd who pausing thom
down to lOpliralm, who put-them In a
}\i,,.       q,virion ty "iTnor- ��tfM>-ir��i!  '     ���
What's rtn inatlnh. nrudder Mobo*?-
inquired lOplmiim anxiously.
IV Jcn|. boon thinking, Unulder Kph-
ralm, how mo and you Is membahs
uh do dm roll, an- whedder It's right
to take do Ciinw*rH elileklngR.
-p^,.,*f?f��i. "ifr-x"*.,  t'.ilit Vi.lir.-lm    fill  *m.
A* groat moiul question which you un'
mo ain't fit tor wrnstlo wld. Pass
down nnudder chicking.
Hcu���LiindanKcs, Murlar, tako that
beti'r*.lne cim awny from the lire.
Mnrlnr���\Vhnt--*" the matter. Hen?
(Setting HUporatU'otis?
Try   Murine  Eye   Remedy
)f you h.ivo ltetl, Weak. Watery Byea
or Granulated Kyellcln. lyocsn't Smart
���Soothe*- Eyo i-niu. Dru^I-ib* Sell
Murine Kyo Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c.
Hux'ttii fcy.; Salvo In Awptlc Tubes*
25c, 50c.   Lye. Hooka Kreo hy Mail,
I Ar, fy* Y^nlo ������orl ttr AIH fro* Ihnl Hit* Ctra
\M~jc1m Kyo Uomadr Co., Chlcuoj
W. N. U. 065
a "commission-in our Province will-be"
anactual fact. . 'Just here i might'say
that the appointmont of such a_ com
mission is'not-being suggested-in re-
gard to Western issue , alone, *but a
similar movement is I understand be-
'ingniade in thp. other Provinces both
East'and -West'. -.      '    '
"We would nol evou suggest tlie discontinuance of tho.: Department .of
Municipal Affairs, a department which
has more than justified Its existence
and which will undoubtedly continue
to render great service ii* tho building
up and*, supervision of the" .Mural Municipalities" and Hamlets throughout the
Province. A Commission of this kind
would we think work in an entirely
different field from that* ot tho Department aud v/ould have tho effect of
broadening the market, for the debentures of all our Municlpalitlo. and give
Investors an added feeling of confidence in that the" debentures boing offered from this Provlneo were being
Issued bv Municipalities under conditions wliich fully justified thom.
Legislative Regulation not Government Guarar.tco
We agree- with the,'remarks of a ro-
cent: writer, that speaking* generally
'municipal 'borrowing,Is mi nialtor "for
legislative regulation with ��� executive
supervision, rather������ than for Govern-
���liout aid.'
It has been . sugg -to-.", that tho
Government .Guarai'.tue obligations of
tin,- Miiiiioi'ialltii's.'but there are several arguments which might ho nilvancod
against thla action, ono boing tlmt im-
mediately the Government guaranteod
all Issues the town dehoiiture would
rank very closely, if not equal, In value with tHo city bond, und for that
matter with tho bonds of the Province
Iteoir, which is decidedly unfair.
Government has. Already Incurred
Heavy Guaranteeing Obligations
Again It nuifit bo bomo in mind that
onr Provincial Government has nlrondy Incurred heavy llabillt"r*-ln tho
wuv 'of guaranteeing lite liondty of'rall-
wn'vK for tho building of linen where
Hi'-'- were much needed, t.nd' whero
tlit'y would not likely have boon built
formally years wero It not for this
Government, assistance,
Under ordinary conditio*.:* we' havo
a falrlv good market.In (Jaimdii and
tho United Httitcs for the small Wen'.-
em Canadian Municipal debenture,
anil tis we are taking from tlie Hrltlsli
Investor about all the money ho cares
to put out and theao funds chiefly to
flimmv the cIUi-h and Provlncos otour
Dominion, It would not, bo .wtoo to
Btvnln-our credit further Ii* that'direction, but rather took to widen our Hold
as, much, us possible In other illroct-
ions. . Nvo nun on itu-iiiiih to int*
auh-a'ru'M'imm of ihf* ytsn IMft. 1M1
anil the early months of 1fl1'2, tlint
Wculqrn towns, In the ttvo hundred to
one' thousand cIuhs, weio iniirketliiB
their bonds at an Jntori-st cost of from
5'/, to 6*i . iv oetit. Hvt'ii good sized
villiigC'H wero Kt-'jinniv; niuoaiii. iiu-.u
5Vj to 6*i per cent.
London Market Would Suffer Decline
The moment the Province announced Its 'intention to* guurunto. bends of
n ntinivber of villages, towns nnd cities,
just so booh would the rnto c��irroutj:or
Vim inch! load* in the I.0T.1I0I1 market suffer n decline*. Tji'o^urplmser
would haw In mind fl"*\ tyr. fhn* In
htiylng a Proilnclal bond lie would bt'
buying it subject not only to lho debt
or'��h-.-.l-'*-o\liicinl Govoramoni proper,
im. tho obligations of a l.iiy,e mid ��u-
creating, number of mir.lclpalitlcs.
Tlu* bonds ������rt'vliiui'ly Issued by lhe
fl^muu:ta woiiUt a!:o ho. affci'tcrf. A
���serimni matter fo- the premml lioliU-rn.
Vou have- ���loitlitU's: read '.. the Dally
PrC'h** nf ilu*- dUfUs-hlwi which has :e-
i ei'tly tak'*i* ,Atier hi Oti.iw.i at thr-
'.oaten 1.ot t-t the Prcmfem   of   Can-
ria's .nine provinces, Jwving ��for its
object tliQ de ire to further tho movement to have the Canadian Provincial
bonds,placed on the, British, trustee,
list. '���������This would enable Hnglish trust-!
ees and'estate managers" to invest in
these eecurHiesr'-Miich has been done]
by. individual cabinet ministers'-and
others' during Ue past.ten years to
bring this about, and high-hopes are
entertained, that .this valuable market
may be. throw.i ojjen to cur Provincial
securities. We-boliovo'o* ��� own Provincial Premier, t:.** I-IonorablQ Walter
Scott, has given considerr.bie thought
to thisj'subject.    .
' (To bo Continued)-     . "
Good-Bye," OH Backathe
Nerviline Will Fix You!
, A Very Present Help
- Put down, tho littlo fellow said,
.reading from a book, ten pounds' of
sugar at live cents a poiiiui, and four
pounds of- coffee .**����� thirty cents a
pound, and two pounds of butter at
twenty-eight cents a pound. and two
cakes of soap at' live cents each.
l'vo got them "down, said the grocer,
looking up from his pad.
How much Aova it come lo? the lad
The' man ran up the columr.,
. Two-thirty-six, he announced. Hurry
up, son.
And if I was" to *,ive you a five dollar bill how much' change would *I'
get?;;1,.      - , ���     '- ..
"Two dollars anu\ sixty' four cents,
said the grocer impatiently. Como
on, I'm in a "hurry. - - -
.' Oh, I didn't want to -Ay them, said
the urchin, as he disH-.,**-.llred through
the door. That'j'our arithmetic lesson for tomorrow and I couldn't work
it. \ . "    -  ���
Are you satisfied to drag out an
existence." chronically ailing,, and
more cr less disabled by headache,
1 -Icache, aching limbs and b ly-
pains���all t;.e result of ��� constipated
bowelc and derangements of tho kidneys?    ���   . ���-������
Yo'i may be disheartened. and depressed and -possibly' have been discouraged '���}* the treatments you have
tried.. Possibly sickness lia*J become
more or less ->f a habit with' you. Anyway, .there'is new hope for you in Dr.
Chas-.'G.Kidiiey-Li/er Pills. "No'other
medicino has the "combined i"fiuence
on the liver, kidneys a-nd bowels that
is exerted by this great, di*-**;*���������-*������������ ,-
the' famous Receipt Book author.
, /rhe cost is trifling, for Dr. Chase's
Kidney Liver Pills^sell at 25 cents
triioxr i\lirny^~iTs"a"nTi^ha"ve~birginr
this, treatment in-skepticism,'only to
bo. cured by its use. .Your experience'may be. just as satisfactory. It
wpn't cost much to m..kc tho*test, and
you "have c -.-ything .to gain. Isn't it
worth while to he well and to know
again tho joy of healthful living?
, , Love' ' L.-sbc,:' Lost    ,        \.:
'Aren't" you    engaged    to-   one    of
the Ripley twins?
lie���Yes. ��     ��� ���'
She���How do you distinguish thom?
He���Oh, I don't try.   .
' Why He "Wanted, It Changed
During the recent session of the legislature of a big Western Slato a man
named John Cans applied'for permission to cht.ngc his Ilrst namo. When
asked the reason for wishing it changed ho gave the simple hut'convincing
answer; Why everybody calls mo
Low Comedy
Piifl'stiek���I couldn't mnko thom
laugh to-night. Do you think my comedy is over the!, heads?
Havenyclp���rJo', under their feet.
He had been around from church to
church trying to find a congenial congregation, and finally ho stopped in a
littlo church'just as tho congregation
road with,,the minister.
We have left undone thoao things
.which wo ought to havo done, and wo
have dono thoso thW'igs which wo
ought not to have done,'
Tho man dropped Into a pew with a
sigh of relief.
Thank goodness, ho said, I havo
found my cro\vd at hist.
No Wonder She Got Mixed
A girl asked lier father: I'o, whore
wore you born?
In.Boston, my dour.
And whero. was Mamma birn?
In San Francisco,
And whero'-was I liovn?       '
In Philadelphia, my (1-nar.       ,
Well, Isn't it fuuuy how we three
people-gat1 together.
.   R.is'.ue was Innocent
���^iiHtiit* wnn HI nnd tin; physician
was visiting him.
What you tlnk Is do matl-ih .wif mo,
Doctnh? ��� ���'..        ���
Oh, nothing tnuib, said fho doctor;
only a light ciise ol chicken pox*.
nastus grow nervous, I 'cljiri-. Doc-
tali, ho said earnestly, I ain't, 'be?**
nowhar wlm I could Itot**!: dat.
Stiffness is Rubbed Right.,Out; Every
Sign ofj P*.ln Disappears
Gee*whiz���thin:..of it!-
N'q moro stomach dosing uecessfiry
lo cure your lame back. -
Kvery trace of lameness, every bit
of stiffness, ever;- sign of weakness in
the back's muscles can .be'rubbed away
for nil time to come by good old
"NervMhe."        ;
No other liniment can do tlie work
so quickly, can penetrate so deeply,
can bring case and comfort to the'
back-weary sufferer as Nerviline invariably does..
Backache isn't the only malady Nerviline is Quick to cur*?. For lumbago
or'sciatica you would go Car to find
relief so speedy as Nervijlne ci��es.
For chronic rheumatism thero arc
pain-destroying properties in Nerviline that give it first rank. The way
it limbers up a stiff joint and .takes
soreness out of strained or rheumatic muscles is simply a wonder.
. If you have an ache or a pain an*-*
where, if you, have a sore back,' a
stiff neck, .a stiff joint, a strained muscle���if Jyoii have' lumbago, congested
chest-or sorb throat, just try Nerviline.
Rub" it on plentifully���it won't blister,
it-..can't do ��� anything but cure you
quickly. The large 50c. family size
bottlo is the , most, economical, of
course, but you can, from'any .dealer,
also get the 25c. smr.ll- size of Nerviline, tho king of ah rain-relieving re-
mi* '.ies. ,.     '   -   .*'���'''���   :. *
Why he Prayed*~Loud
Dick and Jimmy were "���spending a
few days with.their grandmother whu
s*'o:ls, them iii grandmothers will.
���Ono nisiit Ihey were' saying their
prayer's and little Jimmy vociferated
his petition to the Heavenly Throne
in a voice that could be heard a mile:
Ho was, telling the Divitio' Providence
what .he" wanted for Christmas,- and
his enthusiasm in the cause got on
his brother's nerves.
What are you praying for Christmas
presents so loud- for? ��� interrupted
Dick.   - The Lord ain't deaf.
No, whispered Jimmy,, hut Grandma is. -
It-was a very hot daj and the fnt-
drummer who wanted the twelve-twenty train got through the,gate at just
twelvc-twenty-one. The ensuing handicap was" watchei'. witli absorbed interest both- from the train ' and the
station platform. A", its conclusion
tlie breathless aiid    perspiring    man
wearily took his way back and a vacant-faced porter came out to relieve
hlni of his grip.
Ulster, he inci'.ired/ was yon .tryin'
to ketqli, that Pennsylvania train?
No, my son, ret. lied the patient man.
No, I was merely'chasing it out of the
ya-'d* , 1  11 ���. a
A well-known woman is ti famous
Mrs. Malaprp'p as regards her speech.
And what .in France, asked a friend,
did you enjoj  most,  Mrs. ?
Well, I think, said the lady, ic was
the French pheasants sitigiug.the mayonnaise.
An Accomplished Cow
' According to this ndver'tL -mont in
a Connecticut country paper there is a
cow in New Knglaud which is possessed of rare accomplishments.
Wanted ���- "A steady, respectable
young man to look after .". garden and
caro for a cow who has a-good voice
and Is accustomed to' sing in the choir,
How She Man��*ig*d
��� Ma,"said littlo Kthel-sleeplly at two
o'clock on a cold morning, I ivaut a
Hush darll* g, said her mother, turn
ovor and go to sleep.
But I want v. drink.
No, j'mi nro only  restles.s.     Turn
ovor, dear, and so to sleep,
Sllenco  for  llvo  minute:'.      Then*.
Ma. I wanta .lt'nk.
No, you don't want a drink.     You
htiti ono just beforo you-went to bed,
I want a drink,
I.lo still, Hlhol. nnd c*;o to sleep.
'  Bul I want a dilnk.
Don't let nu- speak to you again.
Two ..iliutteii of Hilenri'.
Mn, I want a drliu... ,
If yotii nay another word
up and spunk you,
Ma. whon you go! tip to
will you get mo a drink?
Bho got "10 drink then.
1 will get
spank nie
His One Ambition
1 hour, Mr. Wilson, suld a lady at
dinner to Krancls Wilson, tho actor,
thafyoi. nm a mini full of ambitions?
'.Ambition,   I'.l.iduin,   hiild  tin   bori-d
comedian,   Ot;o ui bltlou.
Yon? gurgled the lady In iai*lure.
Oh, do tell mn that ambition.    It must
bo something 1 h-'lidld,
It hi, Miiihin, Fii.il Wi!.��nii.     I wnnt
to throw an egg Into an r-li-'otric fan.
UG  W.iirl'l  Sues
Won't you be very, vo:y huppy when
your sentence Is ov-r-r? clioerfully asked a woman of n convict In prison.
11 I dunno, Ma'am, I dur��;o, gloomily
���tTutwerPil  the rntiTi
You don't know? nuked tlio woman,
i amazed.     Whv not?
I'm In for life,
Dr* Morse's
Indian Root PUU
, exactly meet the netd which so often
arLcjincvtay family bu a liiuliu'ue
to open up and regulate the bonds,
Wot only are they cflrctivi* in all
ciiK-j-yf Cornl'Dation, but they help
crcttly in brfakinR up a CoM.i.r 1.4
Grippe by cleaniua out the r.ystnn
���ndfpmifylriK the 1-Too-l. Tn tl.-e wn.e
���m"*"* fh*"-" Mm--* nreore WAi.i'^tif-t,
Iiulluctioi), Sick llfiddclici, Kli-ilut-
���tlurn and other romnvm nilm****!-*.
In the fullest tenie ol tho worJi I)r. /
Motm-'* In4Un Root PilU aie       if-'/
AH<*--"-Si-ld   Ri*tno4y
*����� Tairful *7*.lr
���Tin* bride rond 'he recipe over and
cnlil,   '
-'in-'tvill,.   :'"''l''l   ""i-     it 11' .   on'nr"*
two Rtrotur.
And It suys, 'I'lidcr wau-r'o the bi-si
way to peel thcni,
The Horse Wanted to be Sure   '
A'traveller ncticed "that a farmer
was having trouble wiih -his horse. Tt
would start, go slowly for.a short, dis*;
tance, and then stop again. Thereupon the farmer, .'would have great
dlfllculty In getting it started. Finally
the traveller approached and' askod
solicitiously:   Is your horse  sick?
Not as 1 knows of.  ���
Is he balky.'
No." But he is so tUingod"'afraid 1
will say whoa, and lie won't hear me,
that ho* stops every ouce in a whib
to listen. -
He Got the Dog
Walking down -.io, street one day 11
minister encountered,;! group��of boys'
who appeared to be "arguing about a
dog that ono "of thorn was holding,
lie asked what was llu* matter,
One of the group, replied that the
fellow who told the biggest lie was to
havo the dog, but they couldn't decide who'had told the biggest lie.
My, dear boys, i-poko the minister
gravely, don't you know Jt Is very'
wrong to tell lies'.' Why when I was
a boy I never told a lie.   ' v   ���
Here, take the do*.', said the boy who
was holding it. T '
,i , ���
Did you give this man the third degree? asked the police officer.
-��� Yer*.    Wo "Irowbwit   ancl   badgered
him with ovory question    we    could
think of.    .     .   ���
What did he do?
"He dozed off and merely murmured
now and,then: .Yes, my dear, You arc
perfectly right. ���  ;
Vanishes Forever
Prompt Relief���Permanent Curt*
fail. Purely
biit Rtiitly 01
tlie liver.
Stop niter
gciiion ��� improve lhe complexion��� briglilen,.
the eye*. Small nil, SmullDose, Small Pike.
Genuine mu-i bcu Signature
The little hoy had brought home
perfect school r'epcirts for several
weeks and -hen- his marks suddenly
took a .tremendous slump. ' His father viewed tlie last one in evident disapproval. -.      .,
How is **liis, son? hi-asked.
. Teacher's'fault, said,the boy.
-How is it the teacher's fault,
She moved thc'nttle boy tliat sat
next to 1110.    - ��������� <J,
He Learr.ed How It Was Done
Elihu Hoot tells a slor.,* about himself and his efforts to correct, .the
manners of his oflice boy. One morning the young autocrat came into the
office, and, tossing his cap at a hook,
exclaimed:   , ...
��� Say, Mrs. Koot, tbero's.a ball game
down at the park today nd I want to
go down.   . ,',"*.
Now tho great "lawyer was willing
that .the boy should go biit thought he
would _teAcJiLhmi_a_lit.tlo_J_ess_Qa_in
good manners.
, James, ho said, that isn't the-way
to ask a favor. Now you sit down in
my. chair-and I will show you. how
to do it properly. , '
' Tlie boy took the office'chair and
liis employer picked up his cap and
stepped outside. He 11'.' 1 opened the
door softly, and holding the cap in his
hand; said quietly to 'thi? ; .nail boy
in the chair:
Please sir, there is a ball game at
tho park today; If you can spare 1110 I
would like -to get away f ��� the after-
In a "flash the boy responded:,
Why, certainly, Jlmmle: and hero
is fifty cents to pay your way in,  .
Only a Matter of Who Lost the Money
One day In a Kentucky court Tom
.Marshall wns uBlng some violent language, nnd tin* Judge, aftor ono or two
reprimands, lined him ten'-dollars for
contempt. .Mr, Marshall looked at
the Judge'with a sniilo and asked
whore ho was to got the money.
Borrow it of .1 friend,, replied' the
Woll, answered Mr. Marshall, you
aro tho bout friend 1 have; will you
l.*nd mo the ��� ioin\v? ���
Mr. Clerk, said "<r.e Judgo hastily,
remit that fine. The State Is able to
lose.     I am ���c!,
, Mrs. Now'.y .ed (lo cook*, whom she
has jum ciign.'.'ed)���You h*o, my husband Is so vory particular nboul his
Cook (sympulirHloai'iyV���Thoy ar.'
nil alike, mum. My old intn was jest
tho mime; I rover cooked anything to
plcn-'o Mm In mo Hie. '
A Son Spot With Hlm
Tho teiii'lier ,vhk addrt'Kslng his pupils on thu subject* of lu/.iuuHH and
He (l:o\\ a lerrlble picturo of the
habitual loafi'i'���tho man who illiillki-s
to w.Ork nnd whv. begs for il: ho gel��,
Now, John, siilil the ceiu-he'. to a
111 Ilo hoy wh:. hnd boon very lniittoii-
live during tho Ichhoii.
John was liiHt^ntly on the alert. ���
Tell mc, continued the ti-nrhoi-,, who
is tin* miserable Individual who gets
clotlieii, fond nnd lodging, nml yet
does nothing in roturn?
John's fifco bright-tied.
I'hui.i', sir, Hiild ,ie, tho baby.
W�� WW1 -JrfW-W - II11 -*"> tW-f I'M III
A Coming Rockefeller
** Willie was small, but lie had learned
that big things are achieved by dealing with matters in tho mass" Instead
of in detail.
��� Now, ho said to his mother,"'shortly
before Christmas, I've written a letter,,
asking ".for what 1 want, and I think ���
it covers everything,
That's good, said liis'mother; what,,
did you ask' for?
Two toy shops and- a canily storo.
What it Proved
A quack doctor was 'holding forth
about his medicines to' a "rural and-"
ience.     *   *        . ���    ,. ���
Yes, gentlemen, ho said, 1 have sold .
these pills for'over twenty-five years*
and never heard a word of complaint.'
Now what does that prove?
From a voice iu thej, crcwd enn*"\*
Thnt"1 dead men tell no.tales.
Not so Quickly as That
During a lecture a well-known au;
thority i>n economics mou'-loned tho
fact that in some parts the number of
men was larger than that of, women,
aud lie'added humorously:
*" -I can .therefore recommend tho ladies to emigrate-to that part of tho
world. ���
A young lady seated in one of tho
last rows got-up. and Xu*. of-indignation, was leaving tlm room rather
noisily, whereupon tho lecturer re-
markod:       ,    * ..   - *        ,-,'���'
"I did not mean that it nee*, be done-
in such a' hurry as that.      ""    ���'  -.  .
Tlinanl's Liniment- Cc . Limitea.
Sirs,���I bav/used your MINARD'S ���
LINIMENT for the past 25 years and.
whilst I have occasionally, used other
liultuonts I can safcl** say that I have .
novcr used auy equal to yours.
If rubbed between the hands and In--,
haled frequently, it will never fall to
cure cold in the herd in twenty-four
hours.' .
It, Is also   the   Jics'.   for ' bruises,
sprains, etc. ���   -
\ours truly,
Dartmouth! ���  ������
Why He Wouldn't Say It
Tho president of rt smsi'd college
was visiting tho little town that had
been his former homo and had been
asked to address r:i -iiidlcnco of his
forme-.' neighbors. In order to assure thorn that his caroer had not
caused him to put on airs he began to
address thom thus*
My dear fi'Ionds���I won't call you
ladies and,Rontlemc'-.~-I know you too
well 'm Fuy that:
He Had Plans all Right
She was a'lndy visitor to tho prison
nnd kindly nnd woll meaning, and an
sho chatted with a ��� burglar who had
bpon sontenced to six months' Imprisonment she thought sho -t'.efectod signs
of reform In'him, And :io.\v, she said,
havo' you nny plans for tho future nn
tho oxplrntlon of your sonlouco?
Oh, yet, ma'am, he said hopefully,
l'vo got tlio plnns of two banlcc nud li
flood afitloiiK carry their warrant
with them. The warrant for bud ones,
in viirrii'd by a pullct-uiuu.
Hut I never can
that long,
:M;��"   V.'-.'J'r   "Vl'lT
Aii Intelllgen'. Frenchman was studying lho Kngllf-ii liiuguiigo. ��� Whon 1
discovered that if I was iiu'ck I wutt
fast, suld lie, and that If I wiih tied I
was fust, If.I spent too freely I was
fast, i.nd that not,to eat w��i. to fast, I
IVillH   UIM'lltlnil,I'll.        illll    'Mll'll   1   UIIIH,*
,.i .'<,.������- I)lt.   I'' I'L-Ul'l'-,   ll'f fl'A   IU!'   "M01
one guinea prize I   wns   icmpti-d   to
Iglve up trying to learn Kngllsb.
Faith Misplaced
Mrs. HvniiB was making n rail on
Mrs. |'"rnnolH,'rind tlmy won enjoying
'11 chut about .Him--of llu-ll- neighbor"*.
I    MM." Ow-etit-, eiibj the hosU'Wti, Is tt,
vyomai*. .whd.Mlfl'cri'i much for her belief,"    ���"'���'
.'���. Ih'ilo'Kl, repll-Pd tin*/'tiller vomlt-rliiR-
ly, nnd whin Is lur belief?
Why, I'ontlniH'il thi�� hosti'.ir, niu* bo-
l.'-evi-rt alio run wear a nuuihir threo
nlio" mi 11 number sl\ font,
When We'Would'cll be Misulonarlet'
A well-known agnnsilc wiih psosent
at one of Henry Ward lleeelu-r'H lco-
turcii, and art.-r tlm addroHn the mnn
presented onn of his daughters���a
beautiful girl���to Mr. needier, HnyiiiR*.
Mr. Uiwlif-r. hero It a girl who, nrrnr-l-
Ing to your Ideas. Is a heathen.
W-'ll, my dear, said Mr. Needier, If
nil heuthciiH wero at pretty ns vou nrn
wu would nil iM-como missionaries.
���    That fellow (real*; you with respect.
I    Yes; I r.wo Um Ave dollari*
The newly *��� r... 1..-1 conpl: had Jnut
crnst-wi tlie threshold of their homr
for tlm firm time.
Thin Is our world, (le r, he said
softly. In It v.o wilt arcouipllsh gn-ut
Mln prophecy wn ������ em-root
JliJildo of two 1:1011'':. tlit-y
flightln<: for ihe rlmmiM-m-hli*
\* ere
of tho
Giving Him Practice
Thank you, in.'i'nu*. wild tin old mint
to hln little -*riuuli1ini3litvr, who had
broitghi hlni hit, iwl,ipiiv     Or ty.lw.
hi* rnnMnti'"!, third: yn-;t vy:       Yon
, %ro not a itui'mi/
* , No, (Jranilpij/ replied Mio si\-yo.ir
'okl'; bujf \ c-xpeil tu bv '.onu- day. aud
yoir ml^ht aa xie'.l sa u.-<-j :o t.\",ing
It     /
It (hicsn't mnttor how lo if, you havi*
RiifT-vioil. or how often you l.avo failed
J'.i !��> f r. Ih't'   "i**n  ''iiMfh f*'if-irr!i ma;*
. affi'i'l -Hvciy orga.- In ���utir lunly, you
!r:in lm pi'in-.'iiif'rillv cini'il hv Iri'iallna
tho PoiithlnK i-;tjinr ct' Cat'iirlioniiif,
A few breaths trougli (.'utitrrhoyon*1
inL*l-*r il<-;irs the phlcrn ont ��.f th.*
ttirout ami t-tops ���������un rough The no.*'-
trlh- arr- elf nn.**Ml of uttv. Ive muni *.*
.i!.*th:wh''. atii* .���*.<������/',i,-; ���.������i;,5 Mil.Tlhi'.*
���';ip ft ftnoo ���' irfriJ )**�����! nf bfiirln"
and I,*.i1;kIu: (vuy tiinuiiuH ��.yiup
Minn of o'ltarrliJ nro <|U'"';1* cured,
at,il iu a Rhfi Unia cu-ry trace of
1-,-it.irri- <���!..-**-*-��.*��r.*.
Nothinr; ' in- ac   j\w.\Ao'   tu   niots
plciisant thnn Catdirho/.one^ lt'n healing plncy vapor '.vufta a warm cleans-
fn��� vn��atl.i:\ ih o.'.^h all 'J..* alv putt-
s*age��s In the head and throi.t���iiiakM
von '00} )>nt't' In l*-i!f n  r.il��itirf
"My carp bn/vt'A hy th'- hour iind t
had  frlclilfiii      ;if.  uol����s." wrltcn J,
1". I'urdy. frnm l'��..i Ili-i.t.   ���'Cat.iifH
fality ISIK',1 my wlu!,. head ai.d throat.-
t got Kli-t ..tl;;l'f;   fi.t \iii':ii I trlrrl
I'.tl.Itl'll rt'.l' .    It   "l.     l/,f   >{'Ht    itihUmt*.
Ty       Vir  1 ���������  " i"- *i-'.-"n�� 'ci- ruri'il'
mc ;:i..l 1   ��:, pi    t��i-, ��� 1 h>  I .'
<" t I'm- -vii <������ .-i ii.* imtJlt; It dnri*
iho U'i'.'l; iii i' 'ui > i-i'v.i- falls;
*m:tl', .vi'** *���'���-��� * -"' ���" >..r.*i|i:c sii��
?;<-.. sV.' ly 'I 'in*.*   ,   *rvwl'cr<j, iJf  iV ��,i:-'*^W*.f^>>S,j,.    r^u^,.���^, j,.
. ^"-"V-:*.*-"***-----^--*^
'-���sV^y: ;;%���:,
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���','|."--pi-:**'-iiini'!   *-'Pll/il
v IK*.*. ���::���-.-Ml*.  'lUviti
';,-���..-*, by  Wednesday tlie
-    &.* Gunobsfland
���v.^Jing, Company.
u,i*.c:; * v-i.ll .*..jV. hold itself
;.*��� fi>i* tht*, opinio*'3 of oth-
���iV ar>Daar in its columns
l   a.
'���". '.ii time.
:L*.\.YMARf;II 4 19H
.-.Tii'g'' NOTICE
������'���'���'OB is- hisrcby givoa  tbat Esqili-
u  Mj>.-iiiir*o Railway, of   Viotoria,
���ji.! a p'.y h-r a Hebrew to tako iuul
���^   ������ ''.������ OtHi jjiilhius per 21 hours, cf water
���  ���*.  : '.H'.!ii*-s Ori-aV,  which _il>ws in   a
'Vi-iy  dir o ion   through   Nowoastk-
'>    7'ii .-A omyi s into Struils of Geur-
. ,��� A ir, Un wc t  ��I   Big   Qualioum
..- ,-. J lui wntcr wi'i 1* -Vnvrti'd nt UGOO"
...-'   ,vi  {rum   ia:Uv.--y and will bs nurd
'     ������������,-.::.! railway -vi" pws-.s on the hnd
-.-.- \. 'lied us Railway Kiglib of Way,   This
���i'i ������������ "I';.' posted on the ground on   tbo
J. J..'* ;-' oi Apr;l. 1915.      Tho app}.cat��-*>n
- ; i*> filed in tho otfit-e (i the "Water Iti���
��� 7..- ii-; Victor!*, B. 0.    Objections m.-.y
"  i with lhe said Wawr Recorder '*r
... C .mplrotl/r of Water ��� Right*, ��-
.  ..i ..--.t HiuMi.-ff*, ViotorU. B. C.   '
��� ":    -'hiLl & NANAIMO RAILWAY
A Runt
-cu-J my 7
1 iN T i I li C O I' N T V COI' tf.T 0 F,
titioi* Tyson deceased, intestate,
.' AND   ,,    ''
IN TIIE MATTER of tlm "Official Administrators Aci.,?
TAKE NOTICE that hy order
of liis Honor J ml go Barker,
made tlio 5tii dny of November.
1013, 1 wns appointed Adininis-
ti:ati>r of lho Estate oE tho fibovo-
mentioiuul deceased, and all par-
tit**5 havintr claims against tlio
said eatate ar** hereby required to
furnish same, propeily vorifiiHl.
to mo on or before the IBth day
DecernW, 1018. AND nil parties indebted to said estate, are
required to pay tlie ' amount of
their indebtedness to nu* forthwith.
Dated this llth day of November, 1013,    ������
Vy\ Wfsmsy Wn.i.AKi),
Official Administrator,
.Cumberland,. 15. C,
' -TIGS is hereby j.hon that Esqui-
* &, Ki.Jr.imo Railwjy,  ot Viotorin,
��� v.:1" apply t'T a l*c*nca to tako imd
��� .110,000 ^'l.-ins p.'r'2-i h.-urs, of water
���: Mindy i'i*..*i.-k, which iIowb in a nor-
���'��� y ��� i-eotion   throng!*  Newcastle DiB-
.'.- -..(..i empties int-* B.-ep Bay,  near
>2.e 1 Peek*   -TLC wnt-'r will be d!vor
i n't .:��� ���'J'-aO-*. i p treanTTroia  Rai"lw^y~"ftt5"'i"
w.'A '-f used for Creueral Iv��lv.*iy pu-po-es
. t i;a- latiil dbPoiiheii as* ttuilwi')* Right nf
'.V.*y.   liim r.-tco w^a p-sSod on    tbo
.'V.riii-l on i.ba 3-d d-y of April, 1913.
'.y.-.v oi*"]it'*-.viiiii.-n vi -ll  be- filad iu the .olfioi'
ri btd 'vV.itoi- li.cori r st Yictom,.R. 0.
���ii0'''5-'*t'"*:a iti-iy to tihcl with lho said
'���a'-.U-*'Ruuordo" or "������'iti*  Ihn (.'ninptiolloi*,
(������'  V'Ajs nijnt*.,  P.-.i rmr.oa: );u'ldi��c3,
'Vit*".').-*i, 'B CJI.
\  Mngan'deceased, int'^tato, who
died ai   Cnmbevland, li, C.   cffi
June 25th 1913.   ���
IN THE MATTER of ihe   '-Official Administrators Act."
TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor Judge .Barker,
mads the 5th day of November
1913, I was ,appointed Administrator of the Estate of the above-
mentioned deceased, antl alljpar-
ties having \elaims against the
said estate aro hereby required to
"furnlsirTsamT; pToperly��� vesified-
to me on or before tho 13th'of, December. 1013; AND all parties
indebted to said estate, are required to pay the amennt of their
indebtedness to me forthwith.
Du tod this llUi day of Novem-
���or* *, yi ,w
til ,i|-*un I.
fr. v,
ber,  1013.
"W. WKbi.KY Wu.r.ARO,
Onksial Ai!mini:-*!r;itor,
n '"tIimuI. li. C.
K01ICK is hoTcliy Riven thit K-qni-
pult ft N,wittirao Rail way <*�� Viotorin,
11 0, will nin>'y fi��r altcoucw to tnHo nud
f,tfi 100,000ffallona p/?-r24 hon��, of water
MM of Hindoo C.fi'I", which flows in n
i:ortlti7"iy d'u-jetiin tlirougth Nelson District ftui t-rapfu-M into H.iyne Sound near
!I'etil>!rt I-t'iTOi*. Tho whtor will bo divo-t il
It lIM-ncwtroiuri fruiu lUilwny nud w 13 bo
nwdfor ���OJimoml Iluilway purpoi��i on the
J,ii��? (f#Hci*ifc��)d as nil ,v��}* right of wi.yThi��
noHoo wan pontoil ��m A\o {"round oi tho
irft day tit April, I'M. The ��nplicnti.;*o
wi.l lm ilVid iti k'.o (.<Moa of tho \Yi\ttr
rt-cocdur, Victor ID, IV 0. Ol'jVitio-er* n:tiy
& filed wil.li the H-i'd Wator Recorder or
*'i'l> ilu C'lilplrolUr cl \Vft'c�� Wubtt,
Fulii��ii.Biil Huilrfin^*!, Victorii, K. O.
U. ft.    BASIiKT
IN THE MATTER of Danii-I 0'-
OonnJl,ai-iO known ' es Daniel
John O'Co'inell, doco.iseil, intes-
tntr, who died at Capo Cornmer-
ell, Rupe.it District on January
INT HE MATTER of the "Ofucifll
Administrators Ac:."
TAKE NOTICE lhat by oi-der of
Hia Honor  Judge   ISnrkf.!, rundc.
the 5ih diiy of Novi-ynf.tr, lft!3, If.
was appointed   Ad mi nipt rato? of
lho Eota'ool tb�� lilK-ive nioaiioiiod
deceas-sd, aiuf  all   piirtii:?   having
c?rtitr/��B a {.'ni mi I lr'..*1   tin id  Mlal-a ur*.'
hereby rctjiiireil  L>. Hirnifh   3iimt',
|)��ojierly verili-i'i, u. u.i   "f. <>: K--
foro the l^b 7iy,  > ".    litiv-.n'oer,
MM St.   ANO �����". nn.-.L..- irid**U��'i| lu
mid festnti.-, a-* r< ;:nir��'d   to -jiw Uu
rnvinunt A \h"\r
rnt* forth*.-.)!":..
DjU-mUU^ liA\ ii
ber, 191&.
W. Wi".*.*,
i.i'.r.l'.li-.-il.-S.!    I
y   di i*,.)V":n-
V��   .1 (All.
Oinci.il A J in'
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3T0K A i\I<;1:NC.:j T<- TAC..t- A-'ill
���  i- i
a'. ,-*:
JN  THB    MATTBa OF   John
Smi-,h hIbo known ��8 John Hmyih
iloc��4Bi*tl, iiiuwtu ��e.' ��vhw died nl
Rx-Ut l��Ur,<��on ,lutyf��, lftl��.
}WTKB .NTATfRU of llw}"0(H'',ial
AJt.-,i:s":."-****,^*J >oi>y
JAlmbSOTWZ'Ully   wft-j* o*
Hiu Honor Sui^o Barker,, made
tlieftlh dny of   N'tivember, 1013.
I wti3 njn����'mt��)d   Adinsnistrivtov
nl liieivuiiij-.it 7i#i -aLw-i./...
llonod Ove-r.i'fd, mvl al> yarli'
bnving clain-a a-jaint M*- ��iii'r
tB!.i.|e.-*r��* lmirthy r**quirt*'i l�� **   -'    .
pinh ��:iwn��f )vro**n*orly   v*��� '
ITH* oil or befife if,- J
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lilt**- |flii*bt��fl lit   i'lii    tr.-"���"
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OH DHRDGHT at "Joe Walkctt's"
fiem England Hotel, andlq Bottles at all the Hotels
" ��� A ' '" ' , ,
A Most Healthy  Beveridge   and  made
from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops
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few of things we print
Give us a Trial Order and see
how well YOU will be pleased
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wmmm ,������"-: ;.'-'"   t-    ." * J''--;.  J'*'"    "-* ".-'-   -o~,  Si -  ; ���������' . f.- ,* -. ���������*������:-:, ���������.*,-,.*������������������  '. ;'  "."/'. '    "*1'*   \-s  " \-y *, JJ" "  .''  -. '" '\\  s   .  THE .OT't*TSj-JCtft.IB.ERLAND."l!. a,  HE KNOWS HIS CANADA  TOOF. BROCK HAS STUDIED DO-  mNIOX LIKE A BOOK. *      -  "PLUMS" OF THE BAR.  the  ���������Director , of tho Geological Survey  Has tho Reputation of Being the  Best Traveled Man in Canada---  ���������Ho Is Also the Leading Authority ou. the Southern British Columbia 'Mineral, Belt.      ���������    '  Prof. R. W, Brock, one ol the fore-  -jfflost of1 Canadian geologists, as,well  **a oue of the most capable and efficient officers of the  civil*1 service,  lias been, connected with the gcologi-  ��������� -tal suuvey a,t Ottawa for more than  20 years and is now director of that  important, departments the Doruln-,  Ion public service    Prof, Brock   Is  Drobably the best traveled man in  Canada.    He   knows  tho  Dominion  most intimately. '���������     .  ��������� , Reginald Walter Brock was born  nl Perth, Ont., 30 years ago and"  ���������ducated at Ottawa Collogialo, Institute,-Mount Forest High School and  What Advocates Can Earn-'In  '; Land of Cakes, ...  The prbniotl n of Lord Dunedin  from the highest judicial oflice in  Scotland to Le a Lord of Appeal in  the House.of.Lords,.and th<i appointment oi Mr. Alexander Uro to the  Lord Presidency of tht Court of. Session at Edinburgh, recalls how difficult It is for young men to make their  way as advocates ln Scotland.    Like  A MIGHTY CLEVER TRICK.  How' One Man Went About It to Get  , , the Best of the Gas Meter. ,    .  . Tho most adroit scheme yot reported to beat the gas-meter and get,  gas. for nothing was recently dis-J*.  covered ia Honolulu, and its success  was .due- to the use of a modern  scientific, laboratory apparatus. The ,  customer was supplied - with gas  coming through a *conimou quartor-  in-the slot meter, a quarter dropped  KANTLE OF MOHAMMED.  TRIP ON A PILGRIM BOAT.  thousands of others, these distin- - iulp tho meter supplying gas to the  guished lawyers, when they em jarked burners until a quarter's worth of  on a* legal career, realized that it was the illuminanl has beon used, when  anything but easy* to "be'jbme j tin flames begin1 to, die out and  known" lu a professional sense. -, warn- the customer^tbat another  Lord Haldane'onca'said that iu the ' quarter, is required.   'Tho collectors  rnor. it. w. nniiCK. *   .-  Queen's  TJniversliy,  from  which  he  roceivod tlie degree of M.A. "and a  , medal in mineralogy in 1895. He  also did work at Heidelberg TJniver-  ���������ily. Later he took tho science course'  in tho School of Mining .at Kingston,  becoming afterwards demonstrator of  ���������  chemistry  and professor' of  mining  .* therein. He was appointed to the  ���������staff of the geological survey' of Can-  - ada in IS91' and' conducted   many  ^important explorations;    At present  ,he is' regarded as the' best authority  iipon the geological formation of the  great mineral belt in southern Brit-'  *���������*. ish Columbia, lie wiis-made director  of the geological 'survey six yearr*"'  ago. - ��������� -   \-  At college Prof. Brock was. cele-  flrst few years after ho became a  barrister his average salary, was fifteen shillings a wesk. But. many of  the young advocates'in Scotland earn  considerably les3. They walk the long  hall, whero tho Scottish Parliament  sat years ago, In arduous idleness  while several undertake reporting of  tho legal debates, 'in * occupation  which Is regarded as a stepplng-stono  to an appointment '*..*��������� sheriff-substitute, with a 'salary of anything from  ?3,000 to ?5,Q00 a ycrr. Among tlio  lawvor-re'portcrs is the brother-in-  law of the, heir to 'a Scottish dukedom. ,, *'     ' . ��������� , .   -  There are numerous Instances of  Scottish lawyers getting to tlie top of  the tree through social influence, but  merit fi.ids the path .to* a .'lucrative  appolnt'iient steep and rugged. Tin  Faculty of Advocates, of which all tho  ��������� pleaders , are members, Is one of  the nnst exclusive .IradoJ'unior-..in  the vorld. The great majority of the  advocates are politicians, for, though  many years ago "the "church-'was the  open door to the Bench; the pplitlcal  arena is to-day the easiest and surest  way to- high judicial oflice/  "Most of the King's Counsel are  sheriffs, each drawing an income'; of  about $3,000 or $3,500 from his office, and, besides, they are allowed to  practice at the Bar, whereas sheriff-  substitutes are debarred from pleading. The present Government have  made a largo number of legal appointments in Scotland sinco they came  into power In Decern her, 1905.     '���������'   ���������  The writer has calculated t!'at the"  aggregate annual salaries .attaching  to these positions amount to about  $300,000, which, capitalized at 3 per  cent., represents, $10,000,000. .The  busiest junior at the Scottish Bar ia  the lion. William Watson, a son of  tho late Loift Wacson, Lcru of Appeal,- and the foremost f'-ires among  the senior pleader* ���������- are . the ,Rig' t  IIonY 0Charles..Scott' Dickspn, .'K.C,  M.P.,"Dean of Faculty and"'Lord-;Ad-  vocato In'the.last Unionist Ad.miiiir-  iratiou,������'afad--Mr..' Avon Clyde, K.O.,  M.P.���������London JTlt-Blls.   . *  "Tjrated as an athlete In Hockey and"  football, and was president' of  Queen's Hockey Club,-1902-3'. " Ho  is a councillor of the Canadian Mining Institute aud also" of Queen's  University; a member,of the Amerl-'  can Mining institute; a lifo, fellow  of tho Geological Society of America  and a member of the National Geo-;  .graphical Society:    He,waa made a  fellow of tbo Royal Socioty of Canada in 1911.       .      , ,.''      --  Prof.    Brock,   assisted   by' F.   C.  . Congdon, prepared two years ago a  new mining law applicable to all  Canada. Ho is tho author of numerous reports and papers ou*scientific*  ���������nbjects. ;  A Bathing Ceremony.  ', The bathing festival of Hindus In  which eight.y thousand persons took  part was held in the Rlvor Hooghly,  near Calcutta, India, on a recent  evening. Tho enormous crowd wan  lined along tho rlvor from Babu'a  Ghat to Nlmtolla Ghat. An idea of  the largo num-bor of bathers, assembled on this occanion, will be ob-  ' talnod from tho fact that noon from  any position, tbo rlvor looked liko.a  maps of beads as far as tho eye, could  we. The festival, which io tbo celc-J  briition of the combination of certain  ularo on the day of a lii'itar eclipse,  fomtm only onco ln twelve yoara, and  in known an tho "Ohuramonl Yoga."  This explains why tho foBtlval aroufl-  ed no much enthusiasm umo:ig devout Hindus. Ablution in tho (Jnngos  and its branches on the occasion of  this festival In popularly regarded an.  very beneficial spiritually. Somo  thousand** of Hlndua, living In-part*"  of the country ronioto from the  Gangon, eamo to Calcutta, with a  view to batlio In tho Hooghly.  Ill/- Qnoor Docti'luen*,  Two t-anttirlcfl havo par-BOd nlnco  Ilio Bcoltlsh judge, Lord .Mdnboddo,  wnn born. In hln "Origin and Pro-  fjetin of Language" lm argued .that  human beings fihouhl bn'studiod llko  other animals, but thin doc-trine Boomed lo the contomporariqB of Dr, John-*  non bo rldlculouii that thi* ***agi: baaed  manv ii Jest upon it.   Hln belief .that,,.  mon got ���������'��������������� ������- -licl1, lftllB by ������JUIuK  upon thcni would now noarcely, rnlno  ��������� a Kmllo among anthropologlflln,  AinoiiK hiu moro ntartlln*: tiroponl-  1lon������ wan tho oarnontly tmilnlalnort  on** llmt. tho orrtng outanfe' Vwan a  clii������������ of the' lnnnnii npo;cl*J**ranrt.tnAt  ItH-'wnnt'of- Bpooclt was mor-t.ly-, acct*-  AenUib" ���������������������������*:������������������ -������.  , Britain's Color. Problem. '���������  -' The color question in South .Africa  is creating"considerable, apprehension  IffTRhglanH:   ^birtn^Trilie^Z^TOibjesi  there    aro'.   only    1,00,0,000 ���������'-native  Ch'risi'hu ���������,  *aud.*the-.  O.OOO'OOO   of  black , heathen constitute' a growing  peril. ��������� Tliey  are   intimately   mixed  with " whites���������nre'-'Jhcir    domestic  .seryants, even   the  nurses   of   (licit  .children'..- 'America's . great    color  problem isconfronting Great.Britain  within her own colpnics In aii  iggra-  vated' form at au aggravating time,  when labor-troubles   on   the South  African rand have driven the mothei  country almost to her yvits' eno.  A prominent Englishman, returning from South Africa, remarked  the.othcr day: ��������� "Tho problem of tin  black and white is causing considerable apprehension among the various  leaders in South Africa, who regard  tho future with.some anxiety, "outh  of the Zambesi there' are,at loust all  blades to" ovory white, whllo'lu Natal  the pr' portion is' 11 to l.'Tho blacks  are Increasing more rapidly than the  whites".' and in Natal will double  themselves in 37 years. At present  tlje atmosphere is that 'of a white  oligarchy, of which ovory "member ia  an aristocrat, and a black proletariat, of which ovory raomber Is a  server." ���������  flmrloUii Uroiito'H Last Ti'lhnta,  "it-n will hot'fi'orlnrntn un������������������w**Kav-������*.  heon ho happyr,TJic*io, woro tho Innt  wonlii,*)!. *;..i'irloU-- lirunte >yho*i, l.u\y  Ini* liecomo Mm. JSTIchbllH alnd haYimj  Jlvnd with hor-.huBlKihd -'only Inlrto  month**, dnath camo to imatch th������������up*t  of dom<uitI0' f������lieHy h-orii'-lhri llpe of  the imhtiv pair.   A "ow," waaderlnR  doHrlum camo on.   Wakening tyr nn -  \n������(lint tram thl������ atupn'r; nho nav/hnr-,  hunbatid'n woo worn.fac,a and.tniiBht  tlin nound of nom<* murmured wordii.  of pniy.ir that (led would.npnra.lipr,..  "Oh," uha wlilnperod, "I'm not.go|i*0  lb &lo,tini I? Ho will not Hopnrnto tin.,  ^wo have hion, i*o happy I"  ���������t'u     " V"  ���������'��������� ~    "  ��������� ���������      , Wfttcrprfjnf  Tupor,  Jttpanaib paper'umhrolliLu.irnil Ian*  Urni aro watorproofod with nn oil  i-fcitr&cUfd- fr-jm rubber i-lont need**,  'Famous KiirIIsSi Cliionograni.  . '"ho chronogram .was rtot, in England, always composed of Latin,  IhoiiRh'lt was a dovlco borrowed from  the later RbmanE revived during tho  ronalHsanco, Porhaps tho most famous chronogram In English was that  on tho death of Queeu'Ellzabeth: "My  .Day,Closed Ir In Immortality." That  Is, IIDCIII. (1003), tlio your in which  sho died. This In neater than most  Latin oxamplos, as tho numeral**.appear as capital letters al. the beginning of' tho worps and so do not spoil  tho symmetry of tho Inscription. But  It doon not rulllll tlio condition tliat  *"iio lfiltorB of numerical valuo" nliall  li'o "omployvu BuporfluoiiBly," nlnco  "D/V.'.'M", and ".I" am numcralB.*-���������  Maiif.lioiitor (luai'illan.  A Uooic Ai:cl������i*������iM������  Whon M. Ilon'rl, a quiiliit and rif.'h*  hy mUor.of throoBcoro and ton, died  In' Paris hoiiio" tlniq ago tho uloaoFt  apai'oh for tronstii'o.rovoiilod nolhlng  inoro valt-ahlo than two hIioIvoh of  '.dlngy looking'boolcn; which woro sold,  with hln fow sticks' cf furiiltiiro. ti)  pay his fuhoraJ-'bxp'onsoB.   When tho  'buy'tupf the.hbo.kflioxamlned hiu pur-  ���������chSstv-'ho dlHCOVoroxl, to his ama/n-  miuiC.two,voTumerf;dt rhro'valub���������ab-  Boliii(>iy;.u.pt(nie h\ thu ,*,v'liolis,l.ilHtoi-y  ���������of hootf'fi^-'ovoiy.pngii In'oanh of tlinm  ,cotmh'tjrij*'* of,a , (iyo-poiind   Blorllnj**  r.oto"6j The"'P.?*ik "of Ei'i-lnnd In nil  thoro'wefo''ftZO'-YngeB' In tlio two  book���������������,a'iioat;)icei|Uiiii of $MO,r>00.  '������������������i-T"  for the Honolulu company regularly,  opened this meter to take but'the  expected quarters,   but   they   never  found   any.    x\ watch ' kept on   the'  house shoAved that " gas   was   boing  used every night.   The customer, explained it by saying that he was using gas-as ho had" done, for   years,  but that he did not drop any quarters   in   tho   slot, becauso   tho   gas  kept coning without them.   A   now  meter was put in; ljut the'next,collection (rip did not bring any q'uar-,  1,'ers, uor were  there, slugs   or   tiny  substitutes' found    in    iho    meter.  Every few days then a newly-tested'  meter was put in, but iho customer'  continued  to use gas and  the company, found no quarters.  At last tho company surrendered  and offered to pay the customer a  Biim.of money if he would tell his  scheme, promising not to prosecute.  He- agreed and took the inspectors  -to his little laboratory. First ho  showed a little mold, to ' oast- disks  about the size ot quarters, ln this  he poured water, and then in a few  seconds, by means of an ether' spray-  freezing machine such as is,In common use in sciencer" ho froze -the  water. Thus t he* had an ice disk, the  size of a quarter. This "was dropped  into the meter slot and the gas camo.  The ice niolted inside' of the meter  and the few drops of water quickly  ran out, leaving, no trace of-his'trick.  .",     .*   r  .. ���������:���������: J"*"-     "  Observations  of Li' Hung  Chang,  In the diary of .which a partial'  translation was issued last year Li  Hung Chang condemns tho habit of  early rising. At the close' of his  visit to St. Petersburg, the Chinese  statesman wrote: ''I have learned',  that we start early' to-morrow morning. I would much prefer to begin  the.journey now and sleep .on -the,-  train. ' To, arise so early in the*"morning seems to be a foolish ,:western  practice., foolish -.especially among  men of state, who'could so much  better transact their affairs at night,'  when all is quiet and the mind is  most alert. ' But .from all- I .can  learn, these statesmen and lawgivers  look for their pleasures at night, going to banquets, theatres.and 'fancy  parties.    To this I attribute much, of   ll-   ���������   ���������1..   i  u|������.. A Lv. A,���������������. .   ^>���������I   1,SlC*f^  flf^lf'tj.    "Ull- "IlIU IgUU-l\UV \ni.=-vO��������� vjivlBIs���������1.1.". *b������-  Women cannot enter, the council  chambers nor make speeches in Par-'  liament.-but they-work-their wiles at:  the parties ahd operas."  "' High Finance. * ' -*r*  An amusing.story comes from Par-  Is in connection with M. Julea, Cla-  ro'ie, tho famous -manager'.of the ii actional theatre, tha' Cor.iodfe Franchise.  One of the "supers".'��������� failed to  appear at a performance of "Phedre"  the other evening.. He had only to  walk on with tho crowd, but M. Cla-  l-ctlo keops an eyo on all these details, and'iioxt morning the "super"  received a letter signed by MV Cha'^lio  saying ihat ho would bo fined two  ' ancs for having,been absent without leave. ;  . The resourceful* "super" promptly  went'to an autograph collector and  sold M. Clarotlos letter for 10 francs,  thus making a jirofit ov.t of hisxown  negligence!   , '  Oil on tlio Waters.  -.. Oil may be applied lo the sea In  n hundred ways. In emergencies it  may bo pumped overboard. It may  bo emptied through the scuppers,  through tho ship's drains or ,by  means of hor pumps. Where lt  BproadB tho slapping, tumbling motion of the wator ceases, though tho  '.Bwoir'of tho1 sea of course continues.  Navigators for .centuries have found  oil of grout, value In preventing great  iiifitslioB of water that sweep vessels  in.jn giiliv. With the combers reduced  tho 'vessel will rldc lho swell In-  Bload of running in. dangor of being  Bwaniped beneath It.  "Turks Keeover Sucred Relic Looted  -  i >  . , From Mosque1 at Adrianople..   ",J  -   An incident that'has the elements -  of romance found in Wllkie-Collins' .  Moonstone or other stories of the de-'  spoiling of   Indian   temple:-.,  by the  British conquerors has just been revealed by the discovery ih "Jenna of .  one of Islam's   most   sacred relics,  Mohaiumed's tunic,' which had *been  taken  there  by a  Bulgarian' oDicer  find which had been held by him as'  spoils of war.  This holy object; according to the  ���������Btory, was removed from the treasury  In connection with the great mosque  at Adrianople ia tho, latter,days, of  the siege,and with others of similar  sacred character was turned over.1i  , the care of lmans. When tho Bulgarians as conquerers entered the city j  the tunic "was discovered by an oil!-,  cer and appropriated by him as loot,  The loss of an article held in such  veneration fcy'tho Moslem world was  Immediately noted. The [man.- ln  whose charge it' had been deposited  told all that ho knew ������f the taking of  the tunic. A numbc. of tho faithful  rntered Inlo a compact to recover it  at every risk. They followed several  trails into Bulgaria and sU last got  ,lhe clue that led to Vienna. Before  tho Bulgarian could , negotiate its  nalo the Mohammedans, , who had  been so persistently on his tracks,  confrontod-.him. aud demanded its restoration. The matter was taken up'  by tno,Turkish embassy., This oflic'al  appeal prevailed and the relic will be  returned to .its,former place in the  holy treasury ai Adrianople.  The Mussulmans keep their highest  veneration' for the relis which is kept  ,JV Constantinople, the Mantle of the*  Prophet. It is difficult to express the  adoration of the people for' tals orl-'  flamme.  In times past when the SuU .  .-tan himself led the army in war the  relic accompanied him, to bo returned  .-to' the Seraglio only with an elaborate ceremonial Oof prayers .and the  burning of incense *of'alocs">and ambergris.' ��������� "  .  |   ' The relic, which is also sometimes  S called the holy standard, is'kept in a  - hall nearHhe throne room of the Old  Seraglio. It is wrapped always in. 10  napkins of the most exquisite silk,  the roll in turn being enclosed in a  * marvelous jeweled casket. The Sultan  alone can expose the relic 16 view.  yjTllis, is done once each year on the  ".occasion of the Raniazan. The Sultan  first pays  his  reverence  in  private,'  ...after "which  he'seats  himself on  a,  throne facing the "Mantle, which is a  small-  fragment   of   greenish   cloth,  iwhile all the princes and pashas, the  . nbeys and effendls pass in single file  ��������� and  do  reverence. -  After  the  men  have so passed and withdrawn, tho  ladies are, .introduced,  magnificently.  coSuuned in old cour*. dresses. ' * ������������������  Tho-Mussulmans assert, and many  ,.believe, that   t',c   Holy   Mantle' has   never V-OPI��������� lnnlrftfl^.iipnn_Lhy_j.nn   nri-  Vivid Pen Picture of Conditions Ua- ���������  ��������� ' der Which Pilgrims Travel.* *- i  In an account of the writer's experiences, on a pilgrim boat, Stephen j  Graham, in ���������. recent article, gives a j  vivid pen picture of the condition un-" ���������  der which Russian jiilgrams to Je- ,  rusalem travel in the steerage. Four  hundred, he declares, wero accommo- j  dated in the hold unoccupied by'!  cargo. ''���������-,''.��������� j  * "I went down the dark ladders into !  the bowels of the ship," tho writer i  continues,'"and saw how they lived i  there.  I had not as yet found a place  for myself, and cold nights were in  prospect.   The  hold  was  something  never to be forgotten for' tho crush  there, the darkness, the foulness and  the smell. -  "There was first' a wilderness ,,of  linen sacks, hand-embroidered.with  crosses, with the" word Jerusalem,  with bears clutching sticks, with grey,  wolves following one another's tails  round and round. Among the sacks  men and women were lying, comliing  out thoir hair or examining their  underclothing:  "As far as eye could see, looking  Into the dark depths of the hold, were  bundles and pilgrims, bundles and  pilgrims, to the, last rat-gnawed timbers, wlicro were.ikons and holy pictures, before, which bleamed littlo  candles. Hero in the most nolsomo  rc6csscs were the ill, tho very feeble,  the blind and tho maimed, the seasick���������all those who had either no  power or no wish to got up and feel  the air and sunshine above board. I  reflected that it would in'any case  be impossible for' me to spend lhe  night there even if I found room.,.'  "All night long the pilgrims pray^  ed aloud and sang���������thoy had their  watches of prayer as the ship had its  nautical watch, and even in tho witching hours the Ikons in the hold wero  not' withcut their votive pilgrims  prostrating themselves and-singing to  God.- In the stern about two hundred  read and sang with a priest until midnight,* and after they had dispersed  and each went to his own there was  still to bc heard the pleasant,, deep  bass prayers of 'the slaves of God'."  IT IS A WOULD TONGUE  ESPBRAXTO-      GIVES "    INTER.  -.   CHANGE BETWEEN RACESi  believer. - In 1768, when the relic was  carried through certain courts of tbo  palace} several Europeans concealed  themselves behind window curtains in  order to watch the ceremony.   They  'weixi discovered and a fearful scene  followed.    Fanatics crying, "Lot tho  j,dbgs die who daro t.ofanc'tho stan-  ! dard of the Prophet with their iin-  I holy gaze;" rushed into the room and'  I killed every European found  there.  } Ladles, were,' dragged  about  by  the  i hair and kicked to death, among them  j being the wlfo'and'daughter ,of an  | imperial ambassador. The Grarid-Viz-  ier   promised    that    tho   murderers  would  be v punished,  hut they woro  never identified,   and   nothing, was  ever done. , ,  The sacred-.tunic first came .to Adrianople with Amurath, the lirst-Mos-  lom'to lead a great army Into Europe  and-tho captor of Adrlanoplo. lie  carried tho relic, a bit of.���������clolh,llko  tho other, but magnificently encased  ln jeweled, coverings, at the head of  his troops;"just aa the Holy Mantle  has been carriod. Later when Adrlanoplo was'nuiilo the capital .of the  Sultans the rolle was'kept there permanently.  , Wllh the recovery of the holy relic  from'Vienna thoro is considerable  question as lo lho future nttltudo, of  tho faithful .toward It. Novor before,  it i3 said, had.lt been profaned by  tlio touch of unbelievers' hands.  A Matter of Course.  A famous cricketer who had always pretended to.regard golf as "a  game for old men and cripply women" was onco persuaded to try his,  luck at the sport. Almost the wholo  club-went to the first tec to seo hini  drive "'off.'  "What have I got to do, caddie,  my old friend?*' he- remarked, ' in  languid tones.^  \',Yous drive off from here,* sir,"  said tho caddje,' pointing to the tee,  "and you've^got to put the.ball In  that little' hole with'the-red flag  Hying above it, I'll go on and mark  your ball." * ^  _* Tke���������caddio^ mo-veil onl_ah,d the..  cricketer, with  proper  drove -   off.    By    an  Dr. Znmcnhofs Universal Language  Has Evidently Come to Stay  Despite Its Slow Recognition by  * Scholars ��������� Rcinarknblo    Results ,,  Havo . licon    Secured���������Gramiriai  Is Easy and Vocabulary Largo.  ��������� It cannot be too clearly, stated  that Esperanto has uot como,to supplant any natural language. What  it does do, however, is to supply at*  easily acquired means ot Intercourse  between all the nations on- the fact  of the globe. In other words; we ol  this cou* ' -y .uso English at homo  apd Esperanto abroad. That. is'..tho  idea.  It is a dreary, truth that :.tho  thoughts of ninetcnths of the peoplo'  of tho world are as a closed book, to  us. Yet It* is manifestly impossible  for ouo to become really fluent in  even a small0 number ,of the many  languages spoken in Europe n'ouc.  lt is equally hopeless tov expect tho  countries ot the world to adopt any  existing language as a common tongue, for, apart from the difficulty of  acquiring a foreign language, there  would bo the insuperable objection  ot racial prejudice.  This Is where Esperanto comes in,  for it ii** a neutral auxiliary languago -  that can bc learnt with ease in.three  "months by devoting one hour a day  to study, at'the cost of sixpence "or  a text book.     .���������',..���������  Dr. Louis .Lassare Zamonhof presented Esperanto to-tho world in  IS87 "after years of patient, labor.  Ho was no I. "a linguist by profession;'  but an,oculist, though his knowiedgo,  ��������� of several languages made the Invention of Esperanto possiblo. .  '" In 1SS9 the, first Esperanto Society,  was formed in'St. Petersburg, and  its members rati with the ridicule  nnd indifference that greets pioneers  of -every kind., About, this time,  however, it was taken up by Swedes,  Geruiaus, and a. few students in  other countries. Ten years later tho  French Esperantists -had' becomo  sufficiently numerous to form''a National Association. Sinco then lis-"  peranto has rapidly.spread, until* today there aro over 2,00,0 societies iu  all parts of the world. In 1889 the  publications in Esperanto numbered  29, which figure has.now been increased to ,the respectable "total of  2,000 volumes of'.'translations and  original works. A ',  , The vocabulary of .Esperanto is'  International, and Englis'i-speaklng  peoplo are able to recognize something like two-thirds of tha' words.  deliberation,  extraordinary  stroke, of luck, he 'drove a beautiful  ball, which landed just on the edge  of the green and slowly trickled ���������  down into the hole. ��������� Tho caddie,  wild with excitement, came dashing  back, ..shouting, "Y*ui'ro do rn in  one, sir���������tho ball's in the hole!"  "Oh, is''it?   I'm glad ot that," replied    the    novico     unconcernedly.  At first I was afraid I might   have,  inisned it.". "  Tlint Ti'i'iihle Cow. ���������  Slie wiih oven more afraid of cowa  llian mont gliiii, :;o when nho uplod a  placid anlmiil recumbent under it tree  poncefully chewing ha cud nlio ul. Unit  rcruBod to go through the pasture at  all. 11 or husband eulmod her fi-arn to  nomb extent and Ihey Marti'i) by,  whon lho c'bw r.lowly ootiimoncod lo  got up, lilml I'-rb first, hk ihey iiIwii.vh  do.. Al 1hln 1li������ Htlh' huly nhi'Micd  wild terror anil said:  "Oh. Boh, hurry, hurry!  He In getting rendy to Hprlnj! at tie."  riflyii'K Iloiim'.*  Llltlo;Sualn���������Loi'n play houH'-ki'i-p-  Ing,��������� Yon tm ill**' papa and I'll ho tho  m am in a.  Llliln Harold���������Aw, whai'a the uuo?  Wo won't get Hlartol good befora  you'll commence crying.  .Sualo���������No, I von't. .Ttist you play  nlcn, Harold, and don't bung Ilio table and filam the Uootn,  PythnKorar*.  . Undoubtedly Pythagoras wan ono  of'tho greatest nion ,of all Mmo. Wo.  know vory little of him, but. wn know  enough io warrant no In giving lilm a  plaefc In the front rank of tho world's  thinkers, lin was I lin first moral  philosopher and ono of lho earliest  of (ho world'u mathematicians. It  would I'l'i-tili-n too much i-.pai.-n to go  Inlo the deliillfl <*" the celebrated theory of "numbei'B," but. hy "numbcrfl"  Pytliiigoran nir-aut nothing more or  less thai) niiilhematicii,' nn I hough ho  had mild, "The Unit prlnclplo of all  things, phyBlcnlly speaking, Is niullie-  niallcH,"  Such Iii������ir(IIii(Ii'I  BrlggM So Mud go In gelling belter? RrngRH���������Yen. Ilo will scon ho  nil right now. But, talking about  nelbi, :*oii know we had nearly $100  ralflod to put, up a nice Tnntr.iinr.nl. for  hlni, pa no ono Ihouglit lm could recover. And now ho nonieii rotuidaml  wantn lo borrow it to help pay his  ilonlor'H hill. What i'o you think of  that?  The Son's  Answer.  After his son's great success with  the "Dame aux Camelias" Alexandre  Dumas wrote to hlni as though a  stranger, congratulating lilm on tho  book and expressing a desire to mnko  the author's acquaintance. "I myself am a literary man," said ho in  conclusion, "and you may have heard  my name as tho author of '.Monto  Crlsto*."  Dumas fils was equal to the, occasion, Ho wrote Immediately in reply,  expressing the- ,'groat pleasure ho  would havo In .making tho correspondent's acquaintance, principally on  account, of the high terms ia which ho  had always, heard his fathor speak of  tho author/of "Monte Crlsto.*'  (Hardly n Compliment.  ���������My'mothcr   nays   she'd   like   lo  look' like   you, -Mrs.   Ui-nnotl,"   ro-  .ni'arkod Utile Mary to   one   of   her  mother'u friends.  "Indeed! Liko '.mo, my dour?."  said Mrs. Bennett, who waa vory I nil Important polntH or his Journey  plain, but not- awaro of It. "Weill, I i limi rocilvod ovory assistant, Hiub  com-'ldor that a very nice compliment I boing enabled to roach hia doHtlim-  indood from 'no pn-tty a lady an your i tion in- perfect comfort,  mothor. Aro you quite Burn, dear, It i of course, on ihn '���������nntliinnt, whore  wuh 1 your mothor  '"  rre^^irr'.Tti7~GefrM^iis7It"u^lal^',7rand~"  indeed a.l Eur pcans, arerpleasantly-  surprised  by-*, the   familiar   appearance of the language.    And It is "so  easy! , , ' .  The Esperanto grammar contains  only sixteen rules, and no execp-  liou;*-.! It Is absolutely phonetic, nnd  has an agreeable sound not unllko  Italian; it is easy to write and to -.  speak, and is pronounced in tho samo  way by all nationalities.  Esperanto bas created a new masonry, and f a green alar worn by  Erjpersin'istfl (though this, of courso,  is optional) from'Lc idon to Shanghai 13 a sign thnt tho person wcar-ng  it is ready to befriend you, as,well.  ������r willing and able to talk to;you.  ��������� To know Esperanto Is a sign of  culture. It, moreover, puts you in a  position far superior to that of tha  most brilliant linguist, for, no matter  to what part of Die world you may  go'you will find men and, women to  whom you can talk freely. In this  way Esperanto abolishes frontiers,  and, lo a great oxlont, "foreigners,"  and puis to flight that'terrifying In-  Btitr'Ion, "the languago," which prevents so nianv people; who would  otherwise do bo, from 'raveling.-  Here ia an Instance out of many.  , A HlMo while ago a RiiBHlan Espnr-  antist, who was totally blind, traveled alono from Moscow to London.  Through tho medium of tho Unlvor-  r-al Esperanto Asuoclatlon ho communicated with fellow Efiporantlfits,  wllh lho result that ho was. mot at  meant.?"  "Oh," yep!" replied lho child, "Sho  Bald that If iho coul'd hnvo your  Blmnglh ''and health nho holloveil  liho'd bo"willing lo look Jusl an you  dol".  '' A itili lei ex ���������* orl  ."���������'. AtaplTiclfWojfl'ii'alljriiOBt of ua find  o'uraolv'en ���������Vaitih'l'Mjrbtifl,  .with   tho  iun Ij'vV'.'u ivuuy -.0.u,w.iiuii v..-v iv-,"--  .haB'dqno,   And .many-of us am loft-  -'hwtiQd (In partB) -without knowln.j ���������-.,,,.   , . ,,   ,���������,,,,, .,���������..���������  ;ft.-. Parpdhally. t deal ilio cards and fix   too,   Pa Bntd ho hot tho foil b neat  my' bjittidna with .tho ioft hand; holnn 'W<for would koop Uiolr h-Jinu at homo  '���������In <moflVothor -nialtort right-handed,, after hp caught a fow raoro of em.  Hut tho two.Lands Bhould cortaln  Out of the (iiirdeii,  Mr. Rural Hamlet (to ministerial  agent)���������Do havoaomo moro of the  corn, Dr. Eighthly; It camo  out  of  our own 'CArAor. ' -  Littlo Iluttln Hunlot���������-Ye.*, V tho  chicken <;amo oufor our own garden  ly fW e'nconrngwl to Btipplement each  other. It taken only.a fortnight, or*  bo for* tho rlght-haiidfld writer -to  write with the left hand, and J*ll**������  Evelyn t Sharp aohloTiid It when her  right arm wai thront'onod with write*  ���������rn*. cramp,���������LoBdori'Cbronleli  NTo lOirRii In tOucben.  It' may not ho generally known, but  ���������prnotlnally no ckkb are produced tn  the Provlnco of Cjueboe; Montreal hriB  to get hor supply from Now Tlninti*  "wlek, Prlnc* Edward Inland and Ota-  tnrlo,  H-ilii'lili* Moil.**.  A newly rich Engllnliwomnii onr.e  connulied a frlond about having a  p.oat of aruiB, Hho explained thnt hur  hunhand was a pork hutch-v, but ho  had royal ;warrlorn among liln anenn-  lorB,  ���������"TV-'I." "-lid tbe w-n*r.*"lflh frlMii",  "how would you llko tho motto 'Tho  pen in mightier than iho nword?' "  In Mia Wrong Mhop,  An old gontloman walked up to  the pretty girl attendant at tho count-  lin**" room of a dally newspaper ofllco  | nnd laid, "Mine, 1 would llko to got  roploo of  your  paper  for  a week  'back,"  "You had holler ������ol a porouo plne-  ler," Bho ahmraetedly ropliod. "You  vet them Jum aero������������ the itroet,"  Timing Uor Klnlsh.  "You certainly havo grown thinner In the inot few monthn, my dear.  Are you taking an ntitl-fat cure?"  "P-oodnoBit, no! It's only tho  anger tho new cook Ib causing mo  that doeii Unit." .  "And arc you not giving her notice?"  "Of courno not. J want to worry  down lo neventy klloa,1 Thon out  nho goefl."  (Jrecii Vegetables.  Many  ivihos    of   poiBonlng   hnvo  bocn known to ho caiif-of! by eating  loltuce or uncooked  rnbbago which  \, ,1,1        l.ill.        i,..,,,'u(,,.,j ,,,���������������,.     t������, *.'!  thn \rroa\\ vo-rotnhloR nr** norrnsarlly  nprlnklnd heavily with parls green,  slug ahot and other mlxlurea, nnd  often carelesB wnmhlng will leave  I races of theno imbalances on tho  food, which, If eaten uncooked, wlll  Lofty ANplmtlon**,  Far away-tliero In lho mniBhino uro  my hlBhoiit nHpliiUlonii, I cannot  reach them, hut I can look up and neo  tholr beauty, boliovo In thom, and try  'to follow vY.ore thry load. ��������� Loulna  -May Alcott,  Hut nocun't (let Tt.  Tho average man expoctu a pound  ,o" graitijdu lu exchange for in ounce  ot charily,  Bo many laiigungna are npokon; the  need for Esperanto Is most konnly  felt (In JlUHiila alono thoro ar.o nineteen noparatn rind distinct Jan-  guiignfl!). Hut to tho IJrltlBhor,  who In ho nntorlnti'ily Mow at learning a foreign tongue, Epporanto li  inviiluahli-*  ���������   A iihorl. timo hack nn EnporantlNt  In Sweden,   who  was  IntorcHtod   In  the Htmly   of htitiorlllen,   anked   In  "The ilritliili EBporantliit" (which li  tho ollicial organ of the llrltlah En-  peranto   AHunolallnn)   for  people  to  ���������uorreflpond with him on tho tuibjeet  of butterfly collecting.   He rncelvcd  over lifty repllcH from till partB of  tho world, and, of courno, gained ft  fund of knowledge he could not poj-  plbly have obtained otherwise,    For  you mtiflt remember that tho paper  in rend hy EBpornntl������U������ all over, the  world.  Esperanto Ib a -praHli-nl i*r*opoNl-  tioe. Jt moaiiB that your powor of  vhiululitt, iatijiinctlou on, or JLnuwl-,  edgo of, any uubjoct lu no longer  limited hy your Ignorance of two or  thren dozen language!.  I TIiub.Ksperanto, providing a cora-  tnnn rrnund for the Interelmnre of  thought botwocn all pooplo, broaki  down narrow prejudice, and tendi  to crcato a hotter undenlandlng that  munt Inevitably load to fellowship  und goodwill among men.  dcvcrnei*' and Stupidity.  Thero li no harm in boing iluplft,  io lung &b a man doei not think him-  ���������elt clevor: no good In boing clover U  a man thlnki hlmielf io, for tbat li I  ���������hart way to tht -wont itupldlty*-*  I MftCdonald,  *��������� ������i. dmS-VSl  i JJ~'+. .-.**.* %-^������.>M. ���������..������...;������������������     ",1U  ' jf-jfe frf^-Sr^^ --^ffiMBL  \  lie Furniture Store  ll  Special lines of Grockery to  clear at Bargain Prices  lew" lines of Linoleums, Wall  Papers and Furniture  ������-****. '   '     .  Just opened out  "A" full line of Fawcett's Stoves  and Ranges on hand  1 ' ' - "  THE LARGEST XK:-  Mcl'hce Klork,  A. MoSINNON     Cumberland  .': bo pevflp of t-hii* -P.ovinee are a  fitfully i������norniLl   h/t.   Tliaj* havo  li. i'ii wo.l traimd   in  -Uie   pchooln  i i ��������� ���������   ��������� *      ���������   i  ii i'ii c:.-ll(ii,'ei i.-itlier  of thin ^lum try  oi t [ so.ne otliei*;' luu   vet   tji'i-y aie  ignorant in   mat'.era   Ilia*' really  (count.    The three  timet important  .l"iuiI-*o{ tducivtuirt  for'the making  nf .i "oil ciuz.n  uro moral, eooial  'iuul'   ��������� liiiliijul.    Moral    education  .wuuld includii t.he p;hii*ii>aU which  ,i: do Jie  tiia-A-elaaonshi'i   of   the  if'-tniiari-of iLcoommuiiUy to each  otli r;  ocial e rucaiion'wi.iild com  ���������* *  .prise the visible rel-itions of mem-  . -,'Iiv.ts to each other;  while  \ olitical  i d neat ion would coiuiprh-o the mtsth  ��������������� ���������< - *r    ���������  ids tbbpadpp.ol to givo effect to  ..lo -ho iirincijYe-* and .rolalionshipE  . ,mjniioued in tiie.other two.,  Thero  must fiisiWa g!uiindwor(k of prin-  * ^iples, then a. rouliz.itioii of the re-  ul-. ���������'  t f        what    theie       prin-'  -,-j '-ieo i-h'-uJii 1'fc, and,   lastly,   tlie  M"iij.i:ce c-f Vove.nment, hothk-?*>-  ���������t i tv-** ai.d' ixeculve, grounded1 on  p.- '\m- principle-1  and   aiming   af  "���������.. itail', emit*.   This  is   where   the   i-noi)le^.uf-tJie_cAUn ti y iiCt'd  eduea  *��������� t tisj.    At p**esent it neetns ae if the  '       .p ��������� p!e had but one aim,* and   that  A ' ge   lic'-i   ' Government thoy look  i ,i.ih as nn aid  to the  ec-curing A  ilu-* foriune they lio- e lo got... The  |. ii.cpaU of livo and'lei   live, the  ,'. i pTcaiion of tl.e G ildon   Rule to  .|. ..nii'.nl lhe   tl.e   Uiildjrg up   uf  -' In c- untiy in a way that will give  ���������r-'.-ry   man   Ij Is  du-,   never seeme  ,i>. fii'.er ihe head   of   lho   average  i  vu or. We know ihoru a to oxcop-  ��������� .-inii- luiliis rule, htJt'it is of the  lii-j-iiily we I*peak. Tno people  .i.i.int litfeiluctied Lel'ito- tliey will  Mippuri rciisoliHhlenieiiHUiei* \������hich  m.Kef r tiie peni-ai-ont Uuiefitof  il.i o- niti.uiii.'y.���������Vi'.-loi'ia News.  55  '....-.-.:of";. -a ������������������.,;.-;'���������..���������  FARM STOGK and IMPLEMENTS eyer. held in the  Comox Valley    ..'...  FEEDCF1 ED;FEEB!  B. CBAWFORB'BABN^  %>  an m m ���������**** ���������**  ovina  Picture  . o  Shoai l  C^OWN THEATRE,  Cumberland  OPE^A HOUSE  CouPtenay  NEW  #RUh  Bevan  1>KNMAK ISLAND .NOTES.  Mr. L'. Doliony   hna   purjjliap  ni K. p. y.nit'i's i^oiiej'Hl lificinju/tp.  (< i-v, fur io iiiajko flint clifinning  ,t;ii'l your wife, ������������������Tut," uud uvory-  !t inji will beO K,  Tlio I)emnunitt*a    wove   fairly  ,vsoll ruprc'duntvl  jit   the .concert  Manager White pf the Hunk ol  ii*il lUnc.o hoi i at 0-j.ii.j-; on Fo!������. | Commerce, tuul  family,  arrived  ,'<!.)ili, \v)mii tho following joiinioy  i:.| by S. S. CIuifiiici* to jjaniei-  )��������� .Li in tliu oiiiui'tuiuiiK'iii:���������Mr.  'ii. ii Mrn. Sum Diiiiiiirc'iq, Mr.  .and Mrd, Jumiui- Swan, Miri*) U. U  ' ll niko, Mr, Krvhi l'leiry, und Mr  1<" UruluiiM,  The Church of Knglaud that  /.as been nudef construction  sinco the end ol last amnmer-  ttnd has practically \>een in obliv  o.i dining the winter mouths,  litis awoke to new activity, and  ,i- again on the way to completion,  The new spacious hall is rapidly Hearing completion, ihnnks  i i the committee in charge. Mi  S li-Art.* ii������ .s:������'ji:i::ic!:t!ciit cf tl'e  building. The opening ol the  hall will undoubtedly be eharac-  tc.ized by a fancy'dress ball.  Tiu'tJ, Nelson is cou tt in plating  tt trip tot!ralutn I.-laud in his  tuu.icii, *;Thc V������.-g:������' J[e ]*  b.isv taking on t'ui'l nn.l sup-  --r.es,, and will be ;;l-������j|ei); ^eve-  jal month .    Dou'*   loigi;t   the  "Moving Pictures, will  *be-shown-ih-the-above-  p ���������!. 9. ,c ^ s as follows*-���������  Daily 3 changes q. week  Mqnday, Wednesday  and Saturday, Courtenay; Thursday.   Bevan.  Ttuo Shotus  Eaeh  .'"Night*  Pr-iees as Usyal  W. WITCHELL, Mgr  Messrs  Hardy &  Uiscoe   have, received ..instructions  from Mr. George JelTenes, who is leaving, for Alberta,  to hell by PUBIC AUCTION on his ranch, situated be  twecn Comox and Counenay, commencing at 11,30  a.  111. uionipt 011 ,-        ,  Tuesday, March 31st, 1914  43 Mead of Choice Dairy Cows  nnd young Stoct-c  5 First-class Morses  40 Shbep, SncSuding Rams, Ewes  and L,amlbs   ������������������ .-.-'-,  30 Pigs, including 4 Bfood.Sowf,  Ch*jster White Boar  3 Geese ' ,-"..'  14 Duetts '     ',.''-,   'J  200 Chickens  Also Furniture 'ah'd a Full L,ine of Far.i-i  Impleiiients. which are mostly new.  HARBY & BISCOE  ������  ������  ������  G. JEFFRIES  ' PHONE R 81  AUCTIONEERS  PHONE 10  C  C���������C(5*������fXe���������5GGeGS?E������See@ 02e���������������C-6-3-*������S������������������������-2a<&S���������$������������  A largo   stock of,shorts,  bran; cruslioil'batp,   hay anc^  ���������i -   poultry feed i'or sale -at'.exceptionally low' prices.*-   .*'  -Phone- 32'  t*.*^-*-*-**!,-**^***^^ la^l^^ll^^tt^ltaafi^^tAf^f^S.  MAROCGHl BROS    1  ROGFRS   &   BAK     S  - AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  *- i* -       - -        . .  Agents.for Pilsener Brewing Cojnpanj's BEER  . -Wholesale Dealers* in all Kinds of .  ���������-'.-Wines and Liquors. -   ' -   -,  }  -Qpr.t=.i  %t^t\**i!l^tia^it^l^^hf*>t**t'lflaa^^ '*ft>tufi*^***t**t*&**m'  | The first shipment.; of dur��������� srSring stock . pf "  1 : -'.                Shoes have arrived'iii',"-" '  -   j   ' - .  e '                                                                          y- ,    ,   7       ���������        l>  3 :...''���������          .*'-   - ���������   .                 '���������--'���������. ''���������*-' - -   ���������  I \ Men^ Tan and Black Button -  ^ ���������->.-,.,        -      _                   '',-,..'..-       y.  i Ladies, Tan, Gun Metal, and  I , ���������'   ������   Navy Blue Suede intr     ,,^  | Lace and Button       ;  % . ,, Watch fcr our Sale of Odds and Ends after  I ' -   Stock-Taking ,   .   *     .'*..,''  i THE ^XDEAL" ISTORE ^Next-foTnrboiU :  .i. ��������� ' ���������'.   '  ��������� -      ���������       ������������������,..-.. y "'��������� '    '*-.-'  I McRae, Acton, Hayman  5' ,.--,'"       ���������'    ,   '���������';���������   ���������- ;" ������������������-���������    .'.'.*   ���������   ; , t  tiuiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiniu[aiiHiiiiiiinFani^  ' >; d  AWIIUIIlHiMIIMUUWIUIIIIIW  |  Capital PuidUp $11,560,000.   J ,.,.,.  I  We hear from u reliable source  thiit MrHenr1ei������)n has negotiated  a real estate deal with two young  men of note, We wish Mr.  Henderson long life to enjoy his  hard earned fortune. Ofiicial  figures we cannot give.  We would draw yonr attcnti  on to George Jeffrie**' Auction Ad  on this page.   . n  home Irom Vancouver on   Wednesday.  Mr. John Thomson -arrived  home on Wednesday from a trip  to Vancouver and Victoria. Tie  attended the Liberal Convention  us a delegate while jn the latter  city.  ;-h'mUi Crcaii},  u.,1.1 ii  . - ���������  i'  "The high   cost  of   living,''  doesn't trouble "Dad" the������������������������������������e days  Mr. Wm. Storey1, of Camnhell  River, was in town this week,   -���������' o  -  Tin- Karl   of Win to.  former  governor-general of Canada, died  ������������������.t Minio h.oiirh, Hnw'eV, m\  March ist.  ���������'Ptjt'g'' Irish joke will appear  ip pnr next,  .-���������***���������'���������*������������������**������������������*'-���������-���������-O "I   "  Wt* feel i' in onr bones lhat  that ojer.i home siheme will  inaieih'lize. Any project that  0. W. ������': is behind, will go nit  iij;ht, all right.  THE CANADIAN  OF CO  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  i i  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without cliarg-e at, any bank In Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in'the principal cities.of the United Siates, are issued at  the following rates:  $3 antl under    3 conts  Over    S nnd not exceeding $10    0  "     10      " " 30..., 10  ",,  30      '������ " 50 15  v ao  REMITTAN-CES abroad  should be made by meano of our SPftPJAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at' reasonable) rates.  /Royal  Reserve $13,OCO;0OO  ^  of7TGan^^77f.  1 .DRAFTS- IS-5UBD.IN'-.ANY.   CUUUKNCY,   PAYABLE- ALL  | j OVElt   THE    WORLD.     '  1 -FECIAL ATTENTiON pnM to SAVINGS*ACC0UN'i:S& itilfre.n  |   nt liijilies't Curn-nt, Un'i'S allnWid on Wi ppi-itbof *$1 and upwurdu. .  1 oaa[B-3aija.N'0. B   0 , B'U,n3h,.Opm DiVily  1 UHION 'DAY, B.C.   CubjBranch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  I   * D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  ������    ��������������������������� roUK-TENAY,. B, 0 ,    Branch,   Open Daily.  i R,   li    RDWICKE, Manager.  %!ll!MllllltlllllllllHIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIUUII!IIM  tt  n  JI   BERLAND BRANCH,..,   W, T, WHITE, Mana-ffor  NOTICE,  Any person or   persons found  cutting timber ou   my   property  on Roy Road without  my   permission will be prossecuted.  W. WITOIIWLL.  LOST���������Dark chestnut mine  (colt,) missing since the last  wt;ek iu Jaiiunry from I-V.uuy  Hay. A reward of 5io will be  paid for information given to  Geo. Stevens, Fanny Hay.  J (S.  1 Wo ���������) 1   Wood!  I      Wood  0 Now is tln> timo to place  (?) j our ordor for SLAH  | WOOD  ������2,50.. .jii.r ilotil.'Io load  From Tlm  Star Livery Stables  GO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  KOU  YOU It  Gcnl RIacksmithing  ���������AND���������  Horseshoeing  Third St.      Ciiiiihurlhi-d  WANTED���������Reliable agent to  haiifjle    lurlip      |nptorcyc|es.  \Vhp|������'s^lc p'ipe given   on   tna  -'���������hincs tq use  as   demonstrator}*,  if   jiinpjjasor    means   bn.f|?]t|jw;.  Wii'e,' Thos    Plimlev,   Vi**"-  irjia B, C.  w  (51  <���������:,  i".  ���������*>  1-0It SALIC���������Six-room cot.  tagi'llmth mid ^ood oiitbnildingR  Apply A. H. 1'fncov.  KOU SALE CllKAl1���������A fiv.  I'oiiiii eottng.*, ou I'onrilli Avomii',  Apply at Ideal Store.  i I,,,,,      I���������    WANTED-A reliabli* cxpori  I'liitcil girl, for fronml, Inuii-eworK  A  cod liomn fur tho rijjjht pnwin,  Apply at tho |-|.'������i(!}������iip*������ of Dr. G,  I>,   MiuiNftiijihton,   'Witiduriuei-**  ���������iV^-i'V) vi������ji'i  ������'i������l**lirw'������r*������**������r(*M*������*P������*������W*^^  )-()It SAI.K���������House nnd 10  iidl'oii of Inn 1 on ltay'tf ]Ko'ii\.  t'\\W t������ tow"' 'JVriiiB f 150.00  llicvn, I alancii monthly. jIiium*  roimit. Apply ������������. 0. |<������x ' 1������(J  of t||U olliee.  i  i  i  P.  Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC ,    '    CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  I  J  -:  =V. BO^Ot^fl=  iima* m*\i.jnum*t*tmm  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. 0. BOX 488  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  ir YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S AIL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  kle  Hircmen's Mnsnueiude,  .   ......... ���������   '  Yo������ Bevrr Jin*-***' 'toe  trua aihlliritloa* of  ���������lotoroyollni till you  rid* Ibe fadi*-i  uwlally the 191' fadft*  'J ���������������������������������������"  w  Thn new eonfdrt feottrn*  ntVe it roqr* thnn over t*n*  ptrttot -ipobreyel*-. Vlk*-  llco ind |olll������| don't eiiil.  Pow������r. 8pted KPi| und-ireiice unif-ueltd  ���������r toy other potoroyole, Coiti next tb  tuthlni to meinteln. Eeiler lo rid* thta  I bUye-le,   ^fe-Ji no <ire|f?.        -������  The Gall  of the  Open  Cdmes with the months  of Spring and at Plimley s |  everything is ready for the  Cyilist and the Motorist,  The 1914, "Indian1 The  ���������Motorcycles. The 1914 |  "Ov-vrhunr Cnr������- nntl ihe B  new cycle models by the  world's lending makers all  await your cKqice. Send  for free catalogue to-day,  ii  !1  1  fhos. Plimley  O YTBS STREET  VICTORIA, B. C  a������e=  rarnnOTi  GaaMaMiuifiB


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