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The Cumberland News May 6, 1914

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 ���������*v;  /y'r.  - ��������� 'Jf'  ������<  ,-���������7 v Vv  k V  ������������������������-*. ���������* - * -  w v*j  iti  ������'^A  ������. i  fj,  a. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  ���������immmA  ���������w  The News, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAND,. B./C. WEDNESDAY,   MAY G, igii  Subscription $1.00 a Ykar   ���������   .-,  SUMMER SCHEDULE.   **  The su nmer service" between  Vancouver, ,.. Nanaimo, Union  Bay and Gbinox, will become  operative on Mny 4th. The  Charmer will leave Vancouver  on Thursday and Saturday mornings at 8 o'clock, arriving at  Nanaimo at 11 o'clock a. m,  and Union Bay and Comox. at  6.30, p. 111. On the return trips  the boats will leave Comox at 7.  15 a, 111. and Union Bay at \8  o'oclock a. in., aniving at Vancouver on Wednesdavs and Fri-  days at 7 o'clock in the evening. Connections will be made  ou Saturdays imd Sundays with  Princess Patricia at "the Island  end. .  ,  Trains will arrivo at Cumberland from Union Hay nt, 8.80 on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  evenings, and will leave for Union  13 iy' Wednesday and Friday at 7  in the morning, and on Saturday  at 5 in tlio evening. There is no  change in the S. S. Cowichan  schedule.  A. II. Wood, nephew of .Mr.  and Mrs. W- Mbrriiield,. has  been appointed junior ��������� clerk* in  Cumberland branch of the Royal  Bank. - -    '      '  Mr. Wilson Dnnii, one" of, the  former pmprietois of the-Islander,  and" wiib has been in Vancouver  for somo ' thne&past., arrived, in  tow.i'.laBt week.} 'Mr. Dunn may  again become a resident of Cum-  berland or district.  TRYING TO INCORPORATE  An application from Courtenay'-for incorporation as a municipality was argued beforo the provincial executive yesterday, H. A.  Maclean, K. C, presenting the  arguments of thoso residents who  sought tho incorporation, and L.  Crease, K. C., II. G. Heittorman  and jj. A. Aikmiiu appealed for  the interests'who opposed the, step.  Mi*,-Maclean pointed out that the  town would soon,a6suino considerable importance when' the railway  began to operate through its precincts,1 while the other council  maintained that a "young lnunici  pality, with a scattered territory  such as at Courtenay would have  gieit diilicuitics financing itself  iu the present hard times.���������Nanaimo Herald, May 2.,  Hide Isonga, a Japanese of "No.  0 Camp, appeared at the city police court, on Monday morning,  before Messrs Willard and Shaw,  J. Vs. charged with riding a bi  cycle,on the sidewalk. He was  convicted and lined $5  and costs.  f **>  The magistrates promised that  the next offender along this line  .wouid not get off so easily.  .The city constable .hopes that  this will be a warning to other of  fenders.   ���������  ���������Mr. E,- W? Biokle has been 10-  commended by the Consenative  Associations of Cumberland, West  Cumberland and Bevan, at a joint  meeting held last, week, as successor to the late James A. ,Ab-  Ji'iinis,1 in.the' several (judicial po-  sitionsiield by liim. Wo 'doubt  if the government will take into  serious *considerationany recommendation made by any political  organization, when it has to do  with the proper and intelligent  administering of the laws of "our  land. The appointment should  uot bo merely political., We have  too many of such, without regard  to competency. It should - bo made  in tho host interests of the community, nnd with an *'oyo to the"  fitness, ability and standing, of  men seeking such important po**  sition. It is uot our intention  uor would we cast a reflection np  on any mini in connection wi:h  this,appointment. We aro only  speaking in a general way, If  Mivliicklo should be appointed  to the position,ai'diidtuiuibtora thu  law without fear, favor or prejudice, it will he all tlmt will bo required of him. If ho should not,  thou* is a remedy, which tlio peo-  l pie will not bo slow to apply,  Men who are not well vitrsed iu  ilu: law, arc liable to  make costly  blunders,  THE   ROYA PLAYERS  Fourteen-People-Fourteen  ������ , ������ *       ���������     ������ ������ ������ ������ ������  In the Latest and Best Comedies and Dramas  2r-  Ol  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  "THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  We are now showing the largest  ahd most complete range of  BOOTS   and   SHOES  we have ever shown in Cumberland. The following lilies are  o       very much in   demand:-  0  c  --b   r  Ladies" White'Canvas Yacht  ing aud Tennis Shoes .' $1.40  Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords....  2.50  .Ladies' White Canvas-Butt. Hoots  2 75  Misses' White Canvas*Slipper**    ,,   "  with two straps   1.80  Children's Canvas Slippers  1.60  Hoys' Gray Canvas'Shoes. ......  j.50  Youth's Grey Canvas Shoes 1.25  See   our Cloth Top Button   - -  .    all sizes for   ladies at ������������������������������������_..5-25  . 1  All of the above ptu~  ees  less  5 pet*   eent  fot* CASH  If its the Latest  We Have it  MACFARLANE EROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100  Thu Duke of Argylo died tit  Hnst Oowc-J.lsle of Wight, on  Saturday Inst, iu his 01)th year,  lie is succeeded by his nephew,  Ninl Diiiriuid Campbell, s-m ol'  the lato Lord Archibald Campbell,  Tlio funeral nf the Into Chester  I\ Cnrrim took plniT on Kridny  fro 111 tlio undei'lnkiiijj; piirliirs of  T, Jj;. Hunks', The i-i-iii-iint* were  laid ut rest iu the Church of Kug.  land coinotery, Sandwich,  Messrs .1. N. Mc-Lend, l<\ 1>nl-  by,,]. Spruceton and   J.   Me.Mil  lull, accompanied   Dy   Mrs.    Me  Li'o'l. Mrs.   MeMilliin nud  Mrs.  W. Meri'ilicld, left on   Sunday by  aulo   for   Victoria.    The    piirly  were expected lo return on  Tucw  day,    Mr. -I. Uniiio   nnd   parly.  also left ou Sunday   for   Victoria  by auto.  "Dick'' siiys, ''it h only the  old-timers tlmt have such piivil"  egea around hero."  Rev, II. C. Kreoman left this  week to attend tlinR. O.Methodist Confei'oneo to bo held, nt  K am loops next week. Mr. Kree-  nlnn informs us tlmt ho has been  invited to the pastorate of a  church in South    Vinicoiive'.  A Cliiniuiian wns lined ������215 and  costs at t'/ie provincial police  court on Monday, for Mealing cnf.  Tim-, uiilk and butter I'min 11 mil.  wny emup wlu're lie was employ,  ed ns I'-uik, . 1*. I', Mnrrison,  barrister, iippeiii'cd for lhe accus.  cd, snd eiiti'i'i'd a plea of guilty.  The fine wm paid.  K. II. Wi'tideboi'tu*, of Van-  couver, succeed-* Tlioiniii* 11* ti'tit*  as Domiiiioii ti'leu;riipli tipciator  here.  iu-iv-i-o -*".���������;'*���������,.,.  BMBW  Ou Friday night, the Royal Players, wlio .have heen playing for a long cnRaRcment in  Victoria and Nanaimo, open their limited engagement in Cumberland. To pioctuc such n  company as this speaks well of the efforts of Doctor Reynolds and the business enterprise ol  Mr. Royal, as the expenses of bringing such .1 large company to our city is considerable. If  the eflbrls of the Royal Players receive the patronage they deserve, they will he frequent visitors to Cumberland--so it will behoove uh all to boost the attraction.  During their engagement, only the best of comedies aud dramas will  bc   produced; aud  we   hear   that   no   better actress than   Miss Elliott h;.s been seen for a long time iu Victoria'  and no funnier comedian than Mr Chas. Ro\al.    The hut it  of  the  .supporting  company   of ,  fourteen (14) people combined, forms the largest aud strongest company cvti visiting un.  CAMPBELLS  Pu(iu*u SiilvM  Qpcci-tl Vutuo this wool* in Podroo Silki, oxtra wide width  tiom r.Oo to$l ,<0 por yd.    Honvy Corel t'catiiifT roiiix*-o nt  $1.50 por yd.    Voniroo Shut  WaUtH,   Potif-ou Shirta iu  in wuito, chnmpaf-no and nuturut.  SpocinI Valuen in Chllttrnn-ii School 8honn���������NovoIUon in In*  fanU* Fooiwonr���������A new nsnorlmunt of Lndi<>n' Ki*ncly.to  Wcur Huta expected to arrivo thin wook.  CAMPBELLS /  THE NEWS. CUMBEBLANI). i. - C.  r  ADebt  Dischatged  By Edgar  Wallace  Ward,' Lock    &  Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  ^  ~������  PLENTY OF WOOD BUFFALO  (Continued)  At jr'i-.e o'clock Bell��������� unlock'.A Uie  library door; ami went, up to bis room.  He vnni- for I'lirlve*. " -  Where arc V.w rest of . * sci'vanl*-*-'.'  be aslicil. ^  Tliomas Is in tbe servants' hall, sir.  , Toll lilm to wait there till Iriw*;';  ] want j on to nn to ('hariii'; Cross .mil  fisl; what lime tbe nljjht Uoiilincntul  mail arrives.  1 can U-i*-*d:oiie, sir. .*  ' (jo, iil**Hne. K;iid Bell linp.ili* i.tly, 1  do 1K4 'rest tel(*i)hoiiic enriuiries. If  1 want Thomas I will ring for him. If  I am out when' you return, telephone  your uifhsaso to tbe cl-ib, nntl do not  Wil It  '11).  lie waited till br. saw Parker leave  the house, thru lie boRnn to change  <iui(.'k!y. * l-'rom a locked inireau be  took a unt cf well-worn clothing and  imt ii on.* A bolt felt bat and,a rain  coat of dark material completed bis.  costume. From a drawer he toofca  thick packet of banknotes and put  put them into bis pocket. He carefully placed bis discivded tuit in tbe  wardrobe and locked the door, then  btcpning-quietly down tho stairs be  * opened the front door aud gained  the street.  WliateVer indecision be may have  displayed that afternoon bo' showed  none now. Avoiding lho frequented  ttrcets, he made a detour that would  bring him io King's Road, Chelsea. He  turned into a street that brought bim  to "lho river Embankment.   *  It was raining gently. The black  river was veiled in a thin mist, through  which the gieen and red lights of a  tug, lying broadside oa to the river,  showed faintly..,  lie- walked along till be came to a  narrow passage between two wharves.  Down this muddy entrance he turned  nnd came at tbe end to a flight of  eteps. One gloomy gaa lamp projecting from tho wall , above showed  tlie sullen waters as they pushed  and swirled about the steps below.,  A litle boat was waiting; two men  were at the oars in shining oilskins.  Lauder? called Bell.  .    Ay, ay, sir, said a voice and with a  touch oi! the oar tho boat was brought  to tiie steps.      '<���������  Give mo your hand,    sir; ' steady!  Eaid the man at the bow.  .  *'Be!l caught the hugo hand extended  to him and    '.epped lightly, inlo the  , boat; rowing with strong slow strokes  "the-  the river.  Tho tide's on the turn, growled ono  of tho men ever his shoulder, that's  why the old "Seabreaker's" all as-  l.aw.'  He indicated the bulk cf the tug  ahead.  It was* a large vessel for its class  ���������a seagoing tug with a high wbalo  deck forecastle, and a breadth of beam  tuggestlvo of enormoua strength.  g<  The boat came up to the stiuvtoard  olh?r and larger cabin, and towards  this Comstock Bell mado-hi- way, ascending to tbe tiny bridge to reach it.  The big cabin was divide'', into two  and was beautifully . furnished., Tlie  inner cabin was enamelled white, A  little brass bedstead stood under one  porthole, and an inlaid desk under the  other. ��������� Tbe Iloor was covered .with a  rich Persian carpet, and light camo  through a cut glass shade let into the  ceiiin;-:. The .ittings wero of , silver  and and a door admitted to a tiny  bathroom. luxuriously furnished.  Bell made ��������� short survey of the inner cabin, then returned to the outer  one, This waa as beautifully titled.  One wall was covered with books,  bound in blue calf, 'l'lio big settee  was soft and the ca.pet underfoot was  as j-erfeet -i specimen of the wo.-.vers'  art as dias ever left the looms "of Ispahan. , *   ,    "  Come fn, Captain Lauder, said Bell,  for tbo man waited outside,  Lauder stepped inside.  Sit down, said Bell. Now you know  your instructions, Captain? ,  Yes, sir.**  Vou ..re satisfied with the boat?  Quite, sir. I took her out into lhe  North Sea last wceh, in a stiff sou'wester. Sho went almost as fast as  tbo Ostend mail packet, and she certainly didn't make as bad weather of  it.  And the crew? *  Absolutely trustworthy, si:; I, have  got my own two boys to help me. Tbey  have both got mate's tickets. Down  below looking after tho engines, I've  got my brother George an I his son,  and a young fellow that's courting  George's daughter.  A family p; rty, smiled r 11. Much  depends on you, Lauder.  You can trust me, sir, said th:.' other  quietly. 1 havo-'-'t forgotten what I  owo you. A skipper that has piled  up an Atlantic liner on :harted ������������������ocl*s  doesn't get another ship, even though  no lives are lost, and he can provo  tbat lhe drunkenness of his chief officer was responsible. You have been  a good friend to me, sir.  I owe you something, too, said Bell,  especially as I was one of the lives  that' weren't lost���������thanks to your coolness. However, all tbis is beside the  point. " When .you have fitted your  ladder, drop down to Gravesen'd and  await instructions. Go to your house  and stay there till you-g-t my wire,  then carry out, the instruction;: I have  given you under seal. Remember, he  said, nothing that I ask you to do will  be illegal. , Neither you nor your  crew need worry in the slirjUest.  i know tlia . sir.  Put~th"is~monej���������in-yom���������safe:���������-Bell-  drew a thin roll of notes from his  pocket. It will bet sufiijicnf for all  expenses and wages for a considerable time."  He pulled on bis overcoat and waited whilst tbe captain resumed bis oilskins, then stepping into tiio Jioat,  was rowed ashore.  side.'and catching hold of a rope Bell  climbed up the steep rope ladder and  rswung himself to the tug's deck.  You must get a proper companion-  way, Captain, ho Bald.  Tho man wbo had addressed bim  first, n short stout man' with a big  bushy beard streaked with grey, touched his sou' wester.  I've put it in hand, sir, lie said. It  will bo ilttcd nt Greenbitbo next time  1 go down th- river.*  That had better bo tomorrow, said  -Bell.  Ho gavo a quick look round,  * Tho vessel w.ib a new ono, and for a  tug, a model of cleanliness and ordor.  Bulkhead 'lights illuminated fho dock;  and aft, whore tbo towing stanchions  ri'O usually t:, be found, tho broad well-  deck was hhiit in by glass wind-screens  and covered to make a cosy stale-  room.   Aft of tbe chart room wan an-  With  CUTICURA  CAST)  OVl-ll  frequent slimr-por/i v-'ith Cuticura  Soap, assisted wlien ncccs-iary by  r.r.,ittn   *-,.-,-iti*.-i11(y*-   vn'ili   Oil l'mra  Ointment, afford the purest, sweetest and most economical method  of fre-.inf; the fcalp of infants nntl  children front minor eruptions,  itching and se-ilify*-i and of establishing permanent hair health.  -ji'-d'a <>f,\p fnA (t'i Hr.ttil r.ir X'.lil IIt-miuIiM"!  IVf ������i,rl.|. A liluril x.rr.iili* (,t i'n-1*. -*hii Dl-in.-*-*  j.i.fil.l-1 ns tl.ft ''iie mul inaini'-M nf lU kVri tim  loU1,'"*** lio-l-fr,c A-Mrrj* I'l.tKr 1'rui* & CtlUHu  Ct:p������ U'l*!.il������,ll������**VJ, U.:l, K.  Government Investigation Shows They  are Still, Roaming the Wilds  of Northern Alberts  There are vast areas' in, Northern  Canada consisting of. stunted forests  and open grasslands and, muskeg, of  which practically nothing is* known  save what can. be gathered-from tbe  stories of trappers and- explorers who  have-penetrated the northern wilderness. '"'  * Such a country exists on the extreme northern"boundary of Alberta,  west of tbe Slave River, and from this  country havo co'mo rumors-of large  bands of wild buffalo, the only remnants, which oiicp roamed the western plains.  To verify these rumors r.nd to take  sleps to prevent the extinction, jjf  these herds, the Forestry Branch' of  the Dominion Government sent out a  party, working under Mr. A. J. Bell,  the Government agent at Fort Smith,  liis report reads like a book of adventure.  Tbo existence of at least " three  herds of buffalo was proved, each herd  consisting of bulls, cows and yearlings to uie number of about forty-five.  In appearance they closely resemble  the plains buffalo, of which they aro  tho remnants, but, being forced by  necessity 0to live in tbo hilly wooded  regions reinott from settlement, tlioy  have changed their habits ���������*oniO"vhat,  aiid are fleeter of foot and morCagilo  than their ancestor*-, of the plains.  In summer they may be found in  twos and. threes roaming through the  birch woodlands, but in winter they  travel in large bands for greater security against tho wolves.  In -winter, when passing from one  feeding ground to another they travel  in single file through tbe snow, making a narrow trail on which the snow  is packed as bard as a rock. '"When  Ihey come to a grass-grown slough or  meadow, tbey' stay tliero until all .the  feed is,exhausted and tha whole area  ic compact'.;.* trampled down.    .  Unlike the western horses, which  paw the' snow away with their front  feet, the buffalo uses its huge head  **,*: a shovel and scatters the-'snow in  clouds in order to reach lhe "grass beneath. When alarmed, flip old bulls  stand on guard in the rear, wbila tbe  cows and yearlings make good their  escape.  Several pictures of the wood buffalo  were' obtained. The Indian chief  Pierre Squirrel, who accompanied the  party, and who ia most familiar with  that region, estimated the number of  lho buffalo to be at least, two hundred. Their worst enemy, at present is the limber wolf, aiid,.attempts  will be made to exterminate this destroyer by,raising the bounty in this  region. -    .  Zam-Buk Does Cure Piles  Mrs. C.. Hanson, wife of* the proprietor of the Commercial Hotel, Poplar, B.C., suffered from piles for/ years.  Went to doctor after ." * "-tor in vain.  Finally went to Spokane and had an  operation. Twelve months .afterwards she wa3 as bad again. She  says; "One day I read about Zam-Buk  arid thought I would try it.' The first  one or two bexes gave me more ease  than anything elso I had "tried, so I  went on with tho treatment. In a  short time I began to feel altogether  different and better, and I saw that  Zam-Buk was going to cure me. Well,  I went on using it, and by tho timo  r had used si::, boxes I was delighted  to find myself entirely cured."  If you, suffer from, this painful ailment, oi* from eczema, ulcers or any  skin disease, don't waste time. Try  Zam-Buk. 10c. all dnggistB and  stores. ,  *      -  80,000 PERSONAL RECORDS  C1IAPTRR VII  Helder'-n Way  Helder rang his bell, and the girl  who had bc=ni tianslating an article  from Lumannite into- English, put  down hoi* wo-k reluctantly, and came  into his room. Twice that day she  had obeyed tho summons, and on each  occasion his voico had been friendly.  Tho man was'examining the record  of ,i tapo mr.chinc at- she entered.  Sho waited, wlm her hands behind  her back.  Oh, Miss Maplo, bo said ploapantly,  I called you i:i to tell you that I am  very satisfied with your work.  It waB her third day with'her new  employer, and his approval waa (-insularly repellent to her.  You can sit down, ho said, dropping  the tape.    1 imvo got a lot to say to  you.*  . Thank you, I will stand, sho said,  PIoiibo yourself, ho said genially.  You don't lr.'nd .it 1 sit? Thanks.  Now, in tlio ilrst place, I am going to  pay you four pounds .i week instead  of ilio throo I promised you,  T think you are paying mo as much  us I inn worth, Bho replied, thero is  very little work to do,.    ��������� ���������  Thoro will bo more, suld Helder.  This Iri my slack Benson. .By tlio wny,  you aro iho nioco of ijuito u fninous  person, aren't you'.'  Sho lliinlu-d.  1 am iii-l being .sarr-i'i.���������".!<*. lie li*.*--t'.n-  oA in nay; you know that Thomnn Maplo ban i|ulte :������������������ reputation. Is lio not  tho liian whi* ciigmvi'd iho new Aim-  Irian hunilnd liron.-n noto?  1 Know Utile of my unelo'ii business,  slie i-'!|i!lf*(l. I only know lff.!t lio waj*  n baiilinut*' 'Minrnvcr.  Wuh?  iln hau retired now, sho paid, But  If you do not mind, Mr. Holder, I  would nnii'.h rather not iIIiv-iih-i lil n.  [lo (iiiilli.'d bi'iKividi-'iitly.  .My ik-ar Minn Maple, don't bo of-  fi'iiih d. A (''���������rtiiln funic, uud Iho our-  lordly that finno aroimoH, I.- tlio pen-  ally of genii*!!.  Ilo "looked at tho iiiil film war  morn luvrly than lie laid hoped. It  wiih n limit. Htroki' gel I in,:,' lier into  },Ih olliee-Uio nleei. of Tom Mania.  But it was not tiie iiiuti-t'l I jidvant-  nj---> lhat pli.vfioil him. All meii, especially elo\ov tin-;), liavn their weak-  nosiit'H.   A beautiful woman was Hoi-  ���������         -'         .    i, ,. .,i  um o.     ������������������if .������"���������"......."������������������  -.  . iv-1��������� In '.".wb Vii-.M'ev*- im ilioi-.r*. Ihn <.im-  tlon  nud  tlm illfu'rntlun  which  wo*, j  court ji at tiro to lilm, out loouo under  iio Mull A Uauty.  Painting ,'the Eiffel Tower  The Eiffel Tower changes its dress  every five or six years at a cost of  if omr~$-l--l"'0 00���������ro���������UMOOt���������ivii en���������f i f t-y-  painters find occupation for three or  four months in covering the 1S0,000  sciuare yards of its surface with a now  coat of paint. The Eiffel Tower started twenty-two years ago in orange,  wore red in 1893, golden in 1899, a%d  nil ver white on summit and* chrome-  yellow at the base in 1907; The tower is used as a wireless telegraph station, as a post for an electric devic*;  to prevent hailstorms, and as a gliding mark for aviators.  GOLLAPSIBLE. AIRSHIP  Husband���������Ah, my love, I seo you  have boon making cako again.  Wife���������Why, John, how can you tell  that?  Husband���������From your battered condition.  This, in Marie's fourth husband and  they al! bore the name William!  ^ You don't say so!      Why she is a  regular bill oolWtor, isn't she?  Mrs. Frost���������Have you noticed, John,  that women are wearing ai! sorts of  caps again?  Frost���������Yes; every kind but tbo  thinking cap.  Dames to this advlfo Ki\'c hoed;  .  In controlling men,  If nt ilrst you don't succeed  Cry, cry again.  Why not ]>nt scales on lho telephone  iiiKfciid of ii m-'U-r, >>o that people can  weigh their words moro carefully?  NO GUSHER  Gut Telia Frets About Fostini  Thin lady found an easy and i*-ufo  way out ul -.ho ills vivvicA by coffee,  ,-he Kiiys:  "Wo unit eoffpi end havo usnl Pont-  um for iho p:i ���������! i-lulii years, and driiii*.  i'. iii'di'ly evory mail. Wo novcr liro of  il. .  "Fur Bi'vel'iil y:u.-\ pruvloi-* to i|ii!t-  (In/; ciiIToi* 1 i-Diilil '���������'���������ai'i'*.,),v eat anything nu iii'i-omit d;. dyspt'i hln, bloating nUor in .nl!", palpltailoii, nidi  J.DHdiU'lin���������in fact wan in miuli winery und dint reus 1 tried llvlni* o.i hut  w.'.trr ami toiy't," (.Tea I ei|iiully  Injurious Ixviiusi It contain*) uil'-'i'lrie,  iho '���������mini"' drug found in cof.-'i'.)  "llPiirlni; of l'miiuin I begun drink.  Jug It and found It dellelmm, My nll-  i' cuts iH������ii|i|'l'arL-d, ami now I ciu cut  uii>thing 1 want without mn'lile.  "My pui'oiitsi ami Inn-lmnil iiiiil about  the s>anip experlt'ii'.o. Moth'')' would  ofien Mitte/ afti-r i.'utliiu, while y������.'t  ilriaUiin; coffee. My Inihlmud was a  grntt I'offeo ilrliiUer and Hiifforuil from  I Diligent ion and headache.  ...      * -     -- *. i  Portn-,ii ���������>*'��������������������������� -'i-wn***-, left htm. ]]o  will not. drink anytiilin, olno now uud  wo Imvo It throe lime;- a day. | could  writo ni'j.-o bit ns ui Gu.-lier-oBjy  I mn ftultiK to call you 'Verity,' -'^ | .'ni,t0 plala facta."  ; Id ',.|dl'."*!ly. y-nm,;   f/ivui   by   Ciilindiaii   Pontum  lllll    >;il)     -.'I*.*.    .V,',          -.-...". l(Ii     ,,,.���������:���������,.*,    ')���������<:,       Wy't-   ,'.-������,.;    rr.yy  Hu wulkiid round to whor** who atood  nnmbi-il by a fiii-Mm realisation of  ������ljiii*,-v]'.  fln ninny fotiiis of erudition aro ex  iilbltcd In tlio ileii'iitiwrn of ni-trloul-  l.it:.    I'.i.it   the   r>IA   ndiiHUiltloii   "Toll  your ironl'lt-B to a  jb.-r-n ..iipf.H-'-fle-^  pollceiiiiu),"    has  illtlc IjooJ:,  Tho Koad  W. N, U. 002  Ilo an ontlniht M-c And> Onrm-f-l-s  v.lrn btlll lor-I.E on ho brl'-ht hide,  Un'iiKh In* ban Riven away nl! except  a paltry SLT.,000,000.  o'. the. fanion.-i  lc Wellvtlk'."  Postum non conns in iwo form**:  "���������tisgidar PciUim���������U-Vft bu woll boll*  cd.   li'-e. and 250. pucka;;*'-.';.  Inetnnt Potlum-lt a fohihlo pov/-  ���������y������    A  'ciPPOO'lfuI 'Sl'f.tiV-e'* t]U\e)dy  i;*iV- 'Mi of hoi wa.<A And, with Ciwim  land Mir-ar. Yuabet a dellclou. lievern-jo  Instantly,   ���������i1-"*'. i.nd be-.-, twit.  C.P.R. Has Wonderful System of Card-  Indexing Its Army of ."mployees *  The staff record oflice of the OJP.R.  Is Valhalla and registration olllco  rolled into one. In tbis c-ilioo thero  aro over 80,000 personal records, suf-  ileient in each case, to..furnish details for a biography. 33very dead employee who passed through tbo service'is there���������in his, written record;  his birth and length of service and na-  ���������ture of his employment aiid death, together with copies of his testimonials  ���������all preserved since the first man got  a job on the C.P.R. Tho living, too,  in separate, classifications, are represented by the written testimony which  covers all needful particulars of Uie  individual case. Each man hns his  card,,which is put into a box. Each  box holding hundreds of cards. Of  tuese boxes there* are some 350, each  in its own place, each familiar to the  clerks under Mr. A. Rondreati, tbe  bead of the department. There Is  also the pension records���������a distinct  work, interesting and onerous. lf  any man, dismissed at any time,  should try to blutt the company by pretending that this was his first' application, or using a wrong name, the original record -would bo brought forward  and would be'silently shown him, with  the result that confusion of face  would seize upon him. Each employee  is thero in a record of service���������what  he has done in the past, what ho is  doing now, where lie was born, who  were his parents,, his age, and so  forth. If he leaves the employment  that is noted. His testimonials���������  that is, copies of them, are' kop't'.in  separate-department, lf a, particular  department wants to know '-.bout any  employee, anywhere on the system,  all that is noccssai*-, is to ring up Mr.  Rondeau. ' Tho alphabetical list will  be produced. The right book will be  drawn  out,  aud  the  history  of .the  ��������� p.l������Q_lyill-l)n_l;iifl   fiqvii,  <r  ���������Tliero arc scores of thousands of  copies of original testimonials, which  would .make strange'*reading. This  department was set up'in 1901; it had  small beginnings. At firsc. the work  was dono by ordinary bookkeeping.  Tho present system of registration  and classification is more efficient and  economical, while at tho. samo tfmo,-  by the promptness with which the records can bo traced, it makes for  more efficient working. In fho pension department one comes across'the  fatal statement attached fo a form: ���������  "Not eligible for pei-sion." This pension registration Js conduced ' with  scrupulous caro Every man on the  list knows tlat he will set* exactly  what is coining to him under tho term  of,hia pension pay, With tbat assurance he work- all the better aiid moro  zealously. It is calculated by tlio  executive ol tho C.I-.U, that the'  amount invested for tho pcvslon fund  to which the employee: contribute  nothing, has been received back by  the-company in the increased value of  (ho service rendered by tho employees���������keyed up to zonl and vigor by  tho knowledge that, in their,, old ago  they would be taken caro of, The :ys-  tom of classification is abaolutoly exact.  It takes f*lxtoon mon, hard at work,  lo koop up with tlio work connected  with tho dcpartniftnt. They handle  hundreds and oven thousands of application forms every day of tho week,  Those have to bo compared; an*" then  thero nro tin. testimonials to bo pr.t  loKothor and notes mado of thorn, and  lho iloeiniiento themselves put away  for reference.  There aro at present G0"i men on  tlio pension fund of tho C.I'.H. Under 00 yours of age tliero-nro VA; between 00 and 70 yearn of ago, li9-l;  over 70 yonYn ot age. 2!!3. The payment allowance for last year camo to  $1il!),.'^l',. TJ.o Ti'.i.d waa set up In  na.;!. Tho tonnr. of It "oro m at-  tnict'ivo..that Ilio great army of run-  ployeoH was ''.(.'lighted with lf. The  nion pay nolhiiut. Tho fund is a freo  i*ift to tbo employeo'' by direction of  tho maniii-emont, No pennlon can ', *  leHH ihau $20 per month. All aro liable to conic- ���������.-.ntlei' thn term*" of Do  poiiiilou iTKu'iiUoii. 'J'bci'o nro, ns a  iniitlur of fact, men high up in the  Korvlco of thn company, who lit tlio  vornai'iiliir, ouf-ht, ln-tuny '(-pen'tlni*-,  lo have got tho aio, Sucli men aro  virtually indlHpnifmble. They are  fow, and can bo polluted on tlio fin-  geiH of ono hand. Tho timo limit  ilorji* not bother tliein. Other.-, who  aro not no highly priced, hut, who do  good work dread tho moment. -  ' A Pf.il AMl-m? Rftlli-f. Dr. J. D..  Knlloitp'H Anthni** Remedy lias novcr  been advertifod by extiavanant Biatc-  i.icntfl. rtB claim., arc cuiBervatlvfl  Indued, when judged by tho euros  which It iiPifornin. I'spnct real ro-  i'v.i H-..U ,;..:.-'i ''. ' -���������"", fi'on you  buy tlii*** romedy und you will not have  ciiuso for disappointment, lt rIvas  liornianont rrl!of in mnny pcikob whero  dllior mo called ic'.cdles hnvo utteily  fulled,  Dirigible Used as Scout. May Readily  be Taken'Apart for Trasport  A' dirigible which may be readily  taken-apart, with a short transported  gondola capablo of being easily transported by rail or-road, has" undergone  successful tests by the French government, and will bo used ar; a scout  crijiser in the aerial navy of that coinir  try. It ii equipped with a horizontal propeller by which it i*-*.ay be lowered wlthi. reach of the landing c:*ct-  without the use of g ide ropes. Vertical descents havo been made from as  great a heigJ.t as 1,000 feet by this  means and the number of men required to operate tho car is thus reduced considerably. Two vertical propellers besides the horozontal ono aro  provided, and t\v 90 horsa power engines drive the dirigible,at a speed of  about 40 miles an hour. .When taken  apart, the dirigible is, loaded upon  two trucks, each hauled by a tractor.  Later models will !;o so constructed  so it Is said, that tbo gondola will  tako the place of ono tractor. The  gas bag has a capacity of about 2C0.000  cubic feet.  Just About Then  When does the honey mo-    end?  Well, frequently, liko tho other one,  it ends after the last quarter is reached.  It All  Helps  '  You can't educate brains Into a  innn-sluill.  I know, but, do you think it really  hurts to drop a bit of education in  where the brains ought to.be?  IS YOUR BABY A GOOD BABY?:  0  Mothers, aJk yourself tlu-question*.  Is your baby a good baby? If not he  is not well, for it is th:,nature of all  babies- to bo good���������only the -sickly  baby is cros;., and hard, to mind. .If  baby is cross ana cries continually  give him Ba'iy'n Own Tablets and ho  will soon be happy again. Tho Tablets act as a genllo laxitive, regulate  the bowels, sweeten thb stomach and  cure all tbe minor ills of littlo ones.  Concerning them 'Mrs. J. P. Richard,  St. Norbert, N.S..* writes: "I havo  found Baby's Own Tablets all that is  claimed for tliem. ,My baby differed  from his stomach and bowels*and the  Tablets, cured him." They are sold  by all medicine dealers or by mail at  25 cents a box from Tho Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  Consumption Takes  Hundreds of People  Every day  and'the surprising '  truth is that most cases are preventable  with timely, intelligent" *>  treatment.   .  These appalling facts should warn  us that after sickness, colds, overwork or any otheri drains upon,  strength, Scott's Emulsion should,  be promptly and regularly used because tubercular germs thrive only  in a weakened system. -  The tested and proven value of  Scott's Emulsion is recognized by  the greatest specialists because its  medical nourishment assimilates  quickly to build healthy tissue;  aids in the development of active,  life-sustaining blood corpuscles;  'strengthens the lungs and builds  physical force without reaction.  Scott's Emulsion is used in tuberculosis camps because of its rare  body-building, blood-making properties and because it contains no  alcohol or habit-forming drug*  Be sure to insist on Scott's.  Scott & Bownt, Toreato, Ontario.  Antiquities Iii Danger  Hidden away in the   national   museums and llb/avies    and    zealously  guarded   are  a number  of  priceless  manuscripts and books which but for',  a fortunate chance might have been  lost (.o tbo * orld.   Tho chief treasure  of a museum at St. Petersburg is lho  oldest known Greek   manuscript   ot  the New Testament, which' was about  to be burned by the" monk"*, of a Syrian monastery,   when   b;   a   lucky  chance,one of the priests, struck with '  the .antiquity of the manuscript, interfered in time -to save   what had.  been thought-valueless.  Theatrical  Guest���������Anything good at the theatre this week?     You know, something  I coiildn't take=my--wife to.  A scientist says the world will last  15,00.3,000 years' longer.. That will  give high prices plenty of cimc to come  down and be sociable.  Miha-d's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 years  old, was thrown from a sleigh and injured "her elbow so badly it remalnel  stiff and very painful,for three years?.  Four-bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT  completely aired her and sho has not  been troubled, for two years.  Your.- truljv  . J. B. LIVESQUB,  St. Joseph, 1\0.,"'"1SUI Aug., 1000.  Neatly Turned  Tho bad boy wvolo on iho blackboard "Our teacher Is a donkey." Tlio  other boys anticipated ructions when  llie school-master arrived; but there  wero none. ' Ilo' mem'./ -,vrote the  word "driver after donkey and school  opened as usual.  , Needed Advlca  Ilui'ghir . lnldliif* jewel-case and  Kpeaklng to householder crouched t'er-  rillodly in bed)���������Sorry to troublo yer,  jM inn, but would yer mini hoi plug mo  choose ti present for tho .MiHsus? It's  her birthday termorrow.  The  Home Virtuea  Mrs. peterby says Bhe "believes la  all the modern-honio"virtues.  1 suppose she refers to ��������� playing  bridgo, neglecting the children and  Quarrelling with the servants.  The worms thai Infest'children from'  their birth are of two kinds, those  that find lodgement"in the stomach and  those that are found in the. intestines.  The latter are the most destructive, as  they cling"to tho walls of the intestines and if not- Interfered with work  havoc there." Miller's Worm Powders  dislodge both" kinds arid whilo expelling them from the system serve to repair tbe damage they have caused.  Her Batting Averace   ��������� '*  Magistrate���������Tho , evidence   shows  that yoa threw a kettle at your husband. .     '"  Culprit���������It shows moro than that,  yer honor; it shows that I jit bim.  Explained  Ilowever'dld "you hear such dreadful tilings about jUgg. Hutyor?  You forgot she wfta orco niy dearest friend.  . From 1 SOO pounds to 2,500 pounds  is an clcph-uit'c burden; that of ft  horse from' 200, pounds to 2fi0 pounds.  ."Start-off" Is Correct  . Sorry V: i ''3lio Into, in' dear, began  Tippler wlirn he arrived homo near  midnight, Ciuldn't got a car beforo.  , So tin* earn'wore lull, too, wero they,  returned his 3pouso as n siart-on'.  A Now Yorker with nlno. wives lu  chfil'g.Jd .wllh noii-Kiipiioit. Unless,  he's ii. millionaire wo should think tlio  accusation rciisminble.  A Weighty Kln*J  Ono of lho mont Inl'TEHlIng nion-  nrcllH who luisli under British prnlec-  flon In King liPorgo Tiil-iii* II,, whoso  klngiloni���������tlio Tonga InlundB���������In alt-  iinted In nn obscure corner of the  South l'liclflo Oeoan.  - King lieorgo can claim to be n man  of wi'lghl, for ho turs tlui h������u1oh nt  .100 pounds. He Rovr-niB'by meand  of n native pnrlluuii'iit lho senploiifl ot  wliloh neon! to bo ninlnly dotcnnlnod  by the niiioiiiit. und quantity of the  edlblcn collueted nt tlio capital.  Too ninny  you ni,'.  good   '.cf-i'liiUoiiii   dlo  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  bv locM iipplic������lion-, r.u lliey raunot rcm-li tlmilto.  aijcil pm-ilcn ol tlio rur. Thero In only one wny to ,  euro iifnlitwit.1 mul Hint. I* t'i* ftfimllluiloiial mneiJlM,  Deiilniw is it.ummI ly nil mniimcd i-omllUon ot lb*  inueoua llnlni: ci (he Kiit-tui'lilim 'I'tilii*. Wlir-n tbll  tutx* in iiidiiinel you liave a rumiilliiK rounil at lm-  wr'-jct, Itp-rlnf*, uttrt wlien it li entirely t-towd, De*'-  iop- h tlio rrmU. nnrt nnk-ps tlio Inflanimntloii car bl  utkeii out.mul nil* fubn rrdtorcd lo Its ���������jormul condl*  lion. hMrlni* wlll lio destroyeil forever; nine cmm  out 'of ten are rmwwl by t'nirinli, -vlilfli In iiotliln*"  but nn lufliuiird I'oiutitloii ot llie mucous aurlnnc*.  Wn win bIvb One Hundred l'olliu'1 for liny a������o o!  Drntn-.M (i-Riisul by cKniili) tlmt CMinot W curw  by llMI'i CMnr-li owe.  Semi for clrcuinr-, tree.  ���������      *   1\ J. ClU'NliV A. CO,, Tolsilo, a  Fnlrt tiv nniRRlr.!", "lr.  'I'slu nf������ll'������ rmully I'fll* for consti-jAtfan.  The First Blanket  Tho cold winter of 1340 gavo u.i lho  blanket. Its inventor, Thomas Hinn-  hot, wus a >"lonil8h merchant, Bottled  In llristol, and fallen from affluence  to want.- Ho and his wlfo BiifforJnff'  from tho intenso cold by reason ot  scanty bedding ami lack of fuel, ho  sciii'i'lioil for nometlilng to put on tho  bed to JHcronso the warmth ami hit on  n pir.-eo A rough iniilnlflhcd cloth that  hml beeu thrown to waste. Ita sue-  (ii'Hfi im a waniit:.*glver suHScatcrt ^10  mninifiicturo of spefilal lien covora ot  the p;imo material, and then articles,  to which ho gave bin own nnino, won  hlni wealth and invnortality.  HoMlfi"���������Wlmt im Idea io havo your  wooden lej; ������������������-.dc. irom thr. log of a  table!  Old Man���������You needn't laugh. I havo  alwuyu prided niyHo.'*,; on my wolMuni-  ed leg.  TIpfiido down dinners nro tin* newest Londo-.i 't d. OennBlonally envo*  Iohb profofiRlonal tangolBto introduoo  Uiom iu Now ' orlt roBtauranlu.  Nervous\  Emotional  t\' -t 71, Y  Depressed  %u\\o. of thore birr ).o*������dim liouf-ea  will heroine funion*- for iho AiiKikaii  iiillH-nnniiTH who h<>vo rented them.  The cost per cup of both klnda It     ���������.,       , ��������� ,. ,,,.��������� ,,.������������������ ,,a. ,,.������������������ _,  '���������There'*' ii K-suoii-* for Postum.     Uwitl but Um \><���������hy for losing one  ���������wld by Groccn.,������'*'Mttl11* tIlc ca,n0  XX/OMEN who mo restless, with  v v constant change of position, fidgot-  Ineafl," who are Abnormally excltnblo or who  experienco fnlntlnflf or diazy epello, or nervoun  headache and \vnkefulnc������������ aro usually lufTcrers  who cnu ho holpod.  DR. PIERCE'S    .  Favorite Prescription  Is tlio toothing, cordial nnd womnnly tonlo that  V-rlngi* nhotit. nn invif-orRtint*; calm to tho nerroui  ���������yatom..- Qvcnome$ tho ircahnera jiml ihuiinftK*  giiitt painn which reaemblo tlio pains of iheu-  inatltnit > Thouinnds of women fn the put forty  yearn con bear witness to ile bonoflts.  Your Atnlir fn'mrtJIdnti Mill It In IlinlJ tvin-m-'  Jo-iUfl ttl>i������t form; or yon can *tn<~ Won������-e������nt lUmpa  cr ��������� trial tax at Dr, Marra't F������veriU I'-Mrrlptloij  ��������� Aabliti.   AtldMii Dr. V, M Vlttea. Invalid*' UoUt  intrWiYaretliaVtitcTiiiUoD, ,   and 0ur*riw) IniUtui-*, lloltalo, N,V,  ^hS^teTinttowft iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinii  fiitt. Atldlt Caitttngtr'^-'f  Citlar.1t,, Calra,llt.,t!iirltit  Ur.  Piirca ���������tit-m.**-.;  "J tt-nS SI etnla for >our *C������m'  monH-inoMrdlcilAdvlier' for  mjr lUiigltlor who Jim recent ���������/  mari-IH and I Itnow ������h������b������ek-������lll  b-ofrnu-hviU-ftoh-r. I hive  rend end <������-") fir itytttithi  Tduwik uwlmintf conn-In*"]  (a ������h# VaJlMlAdTlift' and  tiava uV.������ft laa*1." tiitiwi ������'������'���������"���������  jVHi-tdyrorTTMnrniiaiiretatl  bull-irr. ttftar "- " "  ttnaral ttaalih.'  ^|    Dr. i-iirca'i riuuit PtlltU RtiaHta^ui bvl|*riio  I   8l������i  iSl������������n������r"b* "��������������� '   I    8uVii.7U������.r niUmtU, St|v-bit>4 TU| Gf.itl������i.  **Joiiiuitiiiuiii!Wiuuuunumuiuuiui������iiiiiiiini!iiii������ fl .  '  THE   NEW&   CUMBER1.ASD;' 38JTISH   COLUMBIA.  NOTICE is hereby giveu tlct ap*i"i-  eatieu wilt Ua made to tho Superiatoud-  cnfcof Provincial Police, Victoria for a  Jiconse to sell liquor by wholesale upor*  the premises BituRttd.on Lot 6, Block 15,  Cu.i bailaud Towusiie, Cumberland, B. C  - - e' . OiALI JMU3SATT0,Applic.u.t.  P'lted ihis lat dny i f Ootober 1913.  NOTICE ie ht-raby given that on the first  - day of D ij n')3r uctt application will be  made to the Superiuteiidej.t of Provincial  Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of the tio-  tellioeiiBe io sell l.-quors by retail ij tne  Lolul known aa the L .rue hote*, situavod afc  Comox, B.C. ���������-. Geobok M. lUaww  "PitedOctober.I, 1913.      v   ..,  1-fc      '       ��������� '     ��������� .  ***tmmm*mem^am^at^mmm^^*^^mmam*^amm**ami^r^am^min^mm^m-f^mK  NOTICE is hereby given that on tbe  first day of November io*.*, application  will be madefto the 'Superintendent o������  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  xvlulcs-ftlc hc'v >r licence up in ihe premises known ai Lot 24; Subsection !, Nelson District. o  riLSKKKU llUKWINt:  COMPANV.  Dated October ist, tyij  m*M*mmm^mmmMammnmmamxa***rmm**x^^mm*ja*m**Mmmmm*m**m  NOTICE is lmeby j-iven hut ou the  fir.t day of December wk.\ (tppli.-ntoii'vul  he made to the Sti*o iutuudui.t nt Provia-  cial Police, Vict u.i, 1 r������ i'.uev-nl of the  b.-.tei license. t,i Bell liiiu-rs by rotiil iu  'Win hotel kuowu ns Lho Union IwU-l. eit-  wato st U.'i:������n. 11.0. - Join* N. .McLkod  D.v.d the lac day it Oetob-r, 1913  -of British. OolumbiarLtd,  THE S. SJ-COWIUUAa* WILL SAIL AS UMDEIl  Comox -Union B ay���������Naka imo ��������� Vanccuver���������Route  Leaves Con-ox- Sunday, 4 p. m........;....... Tuesday 11 p. 111.  Leaves Union Hay, Sunday, 5 p.'ra.'..':Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  ���������    ^ For Deuinau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURN ING-Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pui  '.._.���������      ...  ' ' I;or Nanaimo, Union Bay aud Comox.  .., ���������   Subject to change without notice.   ' ���������'  .NJTiCEia ber-by i*i- a Uut 011 t-ie  first day of ll uuiubor next*, aptdiei-oa will  bo wide to ihu Suporiiitt-ndeut of Pr.^ittotai  Police, Victorii), for tho renewal of the Uo-  tii liccu������*a to. sell liquura by retail ia the  lijtcl known as tho *Uv<r,ide hote1, situv.ee  ' ������t Courtenay, li. C. 0. ll. FrcuxKit,  -])ited Uofco'iKT I, 1S>13.  NOTIOK is Hereby'{-ivdi* that on the  first diy of D.^eeaibor uuxt applicationvil]  be made to tho Superi-.ti'iileut tf Prvviu-  cial I'uhce, Vutoiii*, Ior the roiio-valof tbo  hotel lioer.se to 8-.11 liquors by ie tail in tht  liot.l know- as tlie IVihou hotel, m hinted'  at Uuio,u Bay B,C.    '  Au-rko IUpkh Hoe.nk  Dated; October 1\  1913.'  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cuinberlaiid.  COPY������1GHT.  arm:  ������  iiion  ���������  J. UT.   McLEOD      E'jEOJPiaijsx-or.  J English 4 x BUSTON -Uwuys on tap alee, thq famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhonser, Bobemiai*,' Scl> ti, &p. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH" WHISKY, Best Vt ines trad Liquors of all kinds  The doardwg and Lodging Oi-pactiaent. under tha,'i-:i.nu<liaio superintendence  will l������j toui <i First ola&i in every respect. .  B 4.TE8 ,  **>l 00 per day and Tip  NOTICE ia hereby given tnafc oa the  first Any, of December u> xt a-ppl-iou-Li'-ii wil  bo innd**) to. the Snporii tor.deit of Provincial Police, V'otoria, for tt������e renewal of in*.  hott-l liceme 'o.aoll !i((iiO:������ by retail i 1 Ur.  Lo el kikM'n aa tin Neb-on lio;e], situ4,e  at Union Biiy, B.C. ��������� Jons Fiuser.s  Dated October Ih', 1918. _   "  Th& Courtenay Hotel  K.viry. con*veni������n<*e for guests.  The. Centt-al Hotel for Sportemon  *- * -      *  ���������        - ,  Koivj'lxu ibe Uest of Wines and Liquors  *t the Kar.  RATES REASONABLE  ���������John -Johnston,   Prop  "v3K**5St5E8  tgssi'gsgisa&ssaBs^^  CANCELATION-OP TIE- .  SERVJfV'  NOTICE IS HERE11Y GIVEN thai  :be reserve, the notice of  which -ippear-.  ed'ui ihe 1*5, C. Gazette on,the   27th Aa)  if December, 1907, is c-tncdled in so fur  *s it relates to the   followhi"   parcels ol  ���������-ind'-the W. 1 2 ofthe.S. E. 1-4, ihe  S. VV. 1-4 and the S. 1 * of the N. \Y.  i-^^cstof the river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4. the S. E. 1.4 of the S. VV. 1-4  'and the N. E. 1-4 111 Section 5; the S.  1--' of ibe S. E. 1 4 in Section 8; the S E.  1-4, llie S. \V, 1-4 ;ind lhe K. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Scaion id, mul tlu: E. ai-2  of the S. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in Scciion 21,  .ill in Township 3, Srtywi.ul Uis'rict, ami  ihe N. E. 1 4 of ilu- N. IC, 1-4 in Ssc-  tion'30; the N iC 1-4 of the S \V. 1 4 -md  lhe N W (.4 ttndN 1-2 of the.\ K 1 4 in  Scctiou J3j ihe N i-2of ihe N \V 1-4  ,'ind ihe N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Seniou  34; and tlie S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  VV 1-4 in Section 35, , all in Township 6,  S.tyward District .'  ,, The said lands will be open forentry by  pre-emption on Monday, the.lSih day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock 111 "he'fore-  noon; all applications' lo b������ made at lhe  oflice of the Government Agent, Vancouver. No 1'i'c-empiinn Kecord shall  niclu.-Je more tniin 40 acres .of land except, in cases where it i.s desu-nble 10 in-  cludc-small fractional portions of legal  SubdivNtons; information in which con  nection may be obtained from plans on  view at ihe above mentioned Agency.  K. A. RENW'iCK  Deputy Minister of Lands  Landi  Department,   Viuiorin, U.   C,  February i'llt   1914.  jtEcKirrs  Gov* t grant to G-ity $5087 95  Gov't grant to Ciimp...   1008 25  High School foes     ft'To" 00  Special Gov't grant....  2500 00  Paid'-Gy  City  of  V.!mu-  Iwrliind ..-   3410 70  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOE  SALE   AT THIS OFFICE  Total Roee-iptB.  ,3l2302\Ufi  &������i0tPmtf!������sr..m*'������Knz'-  EXPENDITURE  Teaehurs* ���������jalarieH  Janitor....   ScavHiiger.-.-.  -Telegmns, telephone.,  A. Mfixwell, haulage...  Potto-' it   Ivirkhride..  ���������   ��������� ��������� ��������� *  liu 1.1 luge  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper Than  Most Dairy Feeds  =Van���������ouver=MilSing=&-Gfain Gompanyrbtdr  Distributors' N \-\TAIMO, B. C.  IN THE COUNTY, COURT OF  Nj/VNAIMO IIOLDENAT  NANAIMO, '       .  IN TIIE MATTER OF William  Herbert. Ilatloiji   deceased, in  testate,,lato of Cotirteiiay. B C.  AND, '  IN THE'MATTER of .tho "Ofli-  cial Adtnim'-jtnitoi'B Act,'"  TAKF NOTICE tlmt by ordor of Ilia Honor Judge Uarkor,  inmlo on tlie llth day of Fob  wary, I0H-, I waa appointed  Adininiuti'iitoi* ot' tho Estato of \\v:  txhovn inentioned dewoamid, and all  paitit-e having chums agninet tlio  fiiiid oHtulo aro horohy required to  fiiniiuh tiiimo, properly verified, to  me on or before tho loth day of  March lttll, AND all pnr-  tion indobliul to said ostato, ai'o ro-  qniied to pay tho amount of thoir  indebted nous to nio forthwith.  Dated thiii llth day of Fobrii  jivy 1914.  W, Wrslkv Wim-arp,  Ollicial Adminirtti'iitor,  Ctuubci'lniul, B. C.  NOTICE  ESQU1MALT & NANAIMb RAILWAY  livery conve)-,ance from the  ���������Esqiiimalt & Nanaimo R lvvay  Company, not. already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May 31st,  next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act Amendment Act, 1914."  L. 1L> SOLLY, .  Land Agent  J3*HfV**M*Ml*4V/������***'^'������������  C. H TARBELL  wmm*^mm������**>tm*m**j*m*tm*'*'*kamtm**0u*mm*m*������tm*im  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Arwl nil KITCHEN ''.UTEN91L8  Sportsmens Goods  nntl  Genera! Hardware  f'*j**^l^V*fy������i/\j*!*t4**+l*u3t* 1  Violin BtriiiRS, Talking ma-  cliiiienecdl������-;niul Victor Rccords  for sale at tho Newn office.  Don't   forget   to  place   your  next order for printing witli us.  NOTION  Any porflon nr porflonfi, entting,  removing or taking any bluokn,  timber or wood, of any dcacriptiodn  Xil<ii){.][u)jjr to tlu* Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or frotn or off the land  of tho paid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any dcsariptioii  nnywhei'o -upon Uie comptMiy-H  land will lm prowwuteil to tho full  oxtont of tho law,  ,). It. l.OCKAUl),  Oonoral Manajror,  Colliery Co,y,  notToe.    Hiding on locomotiveu and   rail  way cars of lho   Union  riolliory  Company by any peruoiv  or  per-  ion������~������xcept <ain cro-v���������id etriclly  prohibUed.    hJmployooa r.to sub-  ioc tod-tsmifiwrtl for nlloivinR earn-  l*������y ordor  J. R.  LOCK ARD,  General Manruc .  LIQUOR ApT*1910..'  Section 42.  NC'TTCE Is  hertby given   fbat  one       month  '      from    -    dato,  application   will  be   made to   the  Superintendent-of .Provincial   pol  iofc_Io_r_^^rcejL?e_,.for_i.h.e_������..iije_of,  liquor by wholesale in and upon  ihe jiremi.-ica sitinted in Ihe .town  of Courtenay, B.' C, known anc'  desciibcd.aa Lots 30ui..d 31, ������ee-  ', ion,01,  Dalod tbiB' loth day of    April,  1914  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad Reitel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  NOTICE ia hoieby given that,  on lhe 1st day of December noxt,  application will be uiadfl to tho  Siipei-in'endent of Provincial Police for icnowal of thu hoiol licence  lo eell liquor by ro tail in the ho.n'  known as tne Mala*.*.ina ' HoiA,  i-i*unte at Lund, in tho Piovincoof  Hriiisb Columbia.  Daiiiil this Sib day of October,  1913,  FIIEO THULIN  Ajiplioanl  T. D. McLean, stationery  and  repairs..  A. IJ, l'eacuv,   station.  ,my and Iwoka....  Islander, printing. ...-.  News ' '        ������������        ....  C. 11. Tarbell, supplies  and labor   Dr. G.K.MaCjNanghtou *-  medical inspection  Thomson Stationery Co  -   books   Free Text Hook  Oliiuo.  booke .,..*.. ......  J. J'. Doucrgan,   Trustees,   Association.  Daily   Province,  ady'-r,  yt'c'y's salary 12 -mos  Newbury & Ashley,Insurance, new. school  ���������-.Postago   and    stationery, 1,2 mos.. .....  Win. Potter, labor. ...  I).   Kilpatrick,   coal..  I'-auling'   C.C. (D)Liinited,  coal  S.-Lyscr & Co.,   chalk'  Shibata, clock.;   llaynian&McliJaejowl'd  T.' E. Bate, hose, glass  sundries ..*..,....'  Ci. Downes,   bouks   L.  W.   Niinns,   water   1-3-ni c-*3-*-TTr-*77TT���������  171)25 00  yfo uf)  30 00  , 0 00  H 90  12 OU  d 00  0a Iii-  1} 00  10 00'  ���������*i','        0**n$F7  .    Com  /iu-f.uo a*.n("li;-r r -'ici-lj-trJ eosc-flUtyi'ioiai'l  .- Cj*V-/1i>rt Uwvpb'.krr ft; I  iJivon*  tic.  SO:  'Vr*?-?^ J   Copvr.-.oHraAc  .._,-*.uoa*.n("li:-r r -':ci**l>Mjco.icrtl.lhnmei,  qulc^y hjcsi-Viia o..- u^rtoa fr������e wti.-.trrS" I  vonlljn u p!0brt������ih-j-.������*,j*jt i'o!;.  Offt.-MaTt.-i**'*,.;!  :.H5 6.rt.>Uyc.. l^wiitUL MM'?'?.* T^C'tt.rj^:]  ������'i.tout������ tak-.-a ������.:roi--h **<vJ..n a, .;������*, wscf.-.-)  aptel-U'Mtlct, "Jrltl40-Jttiir4'u, *u '.Va*  $&mim Tm������*%'.  gilitloa of niy bcIvuU'.) ***. .:*-:il.   'io������:^ .foil  iTM-^A'i1-)}"-'? *��������� Jb:iT> f^.i^r^ti^aitl.'  OM 611  all nowwlotiler?.    ���������     '  " ' ,  mmu^^^f'k^  ���������  BitTKh Citoi. iBj F iit., Wiuhbl'i'u,.  4-1 a...  .112,51'  23 20  ���������25-'Jr  * 10 0(  ������������������  2 Ti.  .eo ol  145 Ot  IN TII IOI COUNTY   COUUT fcOF  NANAIMO IIOLUICN'AT  CUMlllCULANl)  IN( TIMS   M/.TTICH  of Thonmii  Smith, dvceiiHeil, inniyta'o.  who  dh'd in NolHori  Uidtriot on April  '20th I     ,  AND  IN TIIK MATTICU.of iho'-Oflicial  AdininUtrutnn* Act "  TAKENOTJCK ihat by ordor  of IIih iIou(ir,;Judne It'irkor. tnatb*  tlin KMi iImV ot Kurnnd'ov l1?'.? !'.',' ,;���������  :ipj'OJ;j!cd in);.���������.);;'.-Ir 1L.1 ul lUtiJ'.i-  talo of the nliovu mentioned du  ceiifinl, and all pur lies hiivi:--.'  cl.tim i*ii**nin������t tlio **iifd CHlato are  .* udiii-ii   frituid,  properly verified, to,mo on or boforo tho Kith day of Di������c������nil*or,  10III. AND ull ji'irtii'8 indebted io  i-n d estate, are required io pay the  1111.1-wil of ibcir fmltbtediiu-o to  tne forthwith.  Dtt'il'hi* llth   day of  No vou] ���������  kr, P.)!.*t  Oni,*i.u Ailminiilrator,  Cninb-ri.iiid, ]i. C  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section i'i.  NOTICK ia hotoby j-ivon that,  on the Int day of December next,  npplicaiion will bo ju.id*- to tbe  Superintendent of Provincial Police for lenesv.'il of tho hotel licence  10 W'll liquor by ictaii in tbo.hotel  known uh,tho Willow-' lftitt-1, nil���������������  ato at Campl^'U Kiver, iu lho Province of JiriiiwhOdlnnibi.i,  Dated thiw.-Sih dny of October,  1913.  CHAKLIW THULIN  A p| il icant  10 0(-  3a  of  22  .5'.  27  '5L-  1  o<.  0  Dl  12  or  e-  00 ���������--,-  I   I  J3-U  Royston  Mill,   lumber  High school -pupils,, six  day's   teaching...  School keys   Wiisliimi towels   ......  Special grant expenditure, Clm'k&Stewart  Co. Ltd. furuituro..  A. McKinnon, furu'tre,  Sejitic tank.,.   Repairs  to old  school  Maps  --������������������.���������������������������  Labor putting   in   new  desks   T3O-=0(-  5 ol  13, 0(  13(.  (ih'ib  1150 Or  200 00  275 00  8������0 00.  ���������    45 00  NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS  No. 8 Mini; School.  SEALKD   TKN.JLCKS,   supt;acrib'|  "Ttnilcr f:i  No.  8  Mir.j  Schotl  ������ ��������� will l)t:-received tiy lii<;   Honourdble *>|  -     t   '  M'l'isit'r of 1'ublic Works up to, noon  I'liisi-la;-,  ihe lgthdivof Mr.- 1014:  tlie  erect.ion  and  coiui)!ciion. A ix ivl  roin\ schoo'.-hou^c nt No. ������ Mln*1, Cu  beiland, iu tiie Ccmox Hlcc-. ire! Uisti  I'liiiib, .specificiiiUMii-,   C'*n'.:':ici     t������  f.Hins ot lender may bv -3������:tn 0:1 itnd,,-,|  t ;f     ihe    *    isi    ' day       of     JA-  Yq 14,        at     .  ilie     o iii c e  ,.\iiv|. Uai.-'J, Governinent A.4*������nt, "t������u|  Oerland, B.  C;  Al..-.. A.   J.  JitJi'ieHai]  -Secietary oftl;e Sc-honl Boiird,* Cumbl  !,in<];"J*. C^;. .mi   the 'DepaiUiient' |  H'jblie Wink*, X'icion.t  Hy   it; j*licati."in   :o   lho  \.-oiitr;icu>rs may ul'ia'n a   copy  of' '.  ;)hins an-.l tiperificuti'.'r-s. for .the turn  te i dvillars [3io), which will be   refumfi  hi remriiing .".inw in^nod ortltr:  l^ich proposal must be accompanij  ���������. hyiiii ncrepied  bank cheque or   c-rrl J  ate ofdepoMi on a .chartered  basik  Canada, in .uie pay vble  lo  ih**   Honol  i ible the Minister of Public Works, furl  . un.  cuual to ;o  i <���������*��������� cent of the lendj  ihich sli.il! bi-. fiirfeiejd if the |*ar':y til  .iei.i'ni- di-c:iue   u; ' enter   into coiHr.l  ���������vheti cailed upon 10 do so, c>r if lie  .1 complete' ihe    work ciiniracied   fl  The clu-������|nei, ni ccrtificales  of dcp(j-.;iil  ���������unauci^kforjcadfiiers tsill   be* reiunl  undersijjiul  100 00  Total oxpendit. 1913   312302 90  High school fees duo $5-1 00  Respectfully, Biibiwittod.  THOU AS H. CAUEy;  Secretarv  Board of School Trustees, Cumberland, 1.5. C��������� Jan. 3, 19H  I hereby certify thur I have ex-  LIQUOR  AOT, 1Q10  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby <-ivcu thai,  011 the 111ni.l1 dav  ol   Mnv   licU,  t ������- '  application will be made  to   the  Supeiinteudciit id Provincial Police for the prnntitiR uf a 1 icons?  I'or the sale of liquor by retail in  nud upon the promises to be con  structed in nccoidancc with   tic  plans aud specification-* to be Tiled with the   Superintendent   ot  Tioviucinl   I'olice,   and , to   be  known as the 1'icr Hotel, and to  Lc situate at or ntar the govern  liuent whaif ut Royston,   Nelson  I District, liuiish Coluinbin, upou  1.1 ��������� 1        ' "1 T       1  ,.,,<-   I.UIU.I  U.:,v.l,,A.i,    .(..       l.<. Yi       mU  ami .u iu iJiuck li of (he .Siilnli-  iwi  uj ��������� then1 upon   .lhe   eic'cuiion- "of,..-i|  contract,     ������      ir   "     '  0 1.   -  Tenc'eT-D will -not be consuiercdTmtl  nade out on the form's supplied, sighl  rtiiii ibcaciual siijnanire of the icadl  er and et'clostd in ili<i^enveiopc5 ful  ohed,  The lowest or any tender not ?ieces|  ily accepted.  J."E. GRIFFITH,  Deputy .Ministf'r and I'ubhc VV6I  Engiiiecr; Uepaiiinent of Public \V'oj|  . Victoi-ia, B. C, April .18,1914.'  nii6, m|  MAB2 m i&M3h  CHEHSSfiliY RSKE'  Cannrllan Government tc^t/3  show wo have the purest,  j  nnd liiBhcstftt:-cii}*ili jjooiIh. i|  jilicU';} Is iizcd  by  the ft'l  l>et<t Ba!:crsund Caterers /���������/[  everywhere.   Costa no I  more tluiii tho Inferior wil  adulterated Icind3.        wjlj  t��������� V/.CyJLETTCO,LTI>. ff f I  ni 'i'oronlo. Out. t\M. .'I  xo'pu'i':.  *  IMnlTlft. *>f fuvwRril.  TAKK NOTICK tint' Ih-lon   Hull,   of  Uo Ink Bay, II. (!., iiitamU to npply   for Vision of part of  sections 4  jmrniln-lon lo lonun tlm fnllowinil d^ciTil). ^  ^  ml Iriml:���������Kmn.lt inland in Vatulolpli Creole  'r.���������"i.\).������, \jh voivv/. k>,i,.,in, ������������������.......i\ >.-.,,..j, uv  a pout planted on tl:o Honthwunt ornor of   l()L\  IhIuihI, tliotico following Um Hl'.oroiiorlh-  orly Around tha iBlnml to point of com-  nioiiictnt'iit, coutaiiiin*-CO acroi moro or  lcm.  1IKMW l'.Ul.L.  iMtml Mnro'. 14, 10U,  /   . ^t . rjof f>.i*vo\v.. A-Vlwufl  ������������������fW-WrOlCitlSCO.AoWHTfltCllT. frfrffW>V>K/J  Dated this "st dav   of    Anril.  11A It RY IUIKN'S,  Applicant  VrhiiSmi t^���������*������������������* ��������������������������� 4A3iWB  ^*  'J'hctlrcatj:n-,"t*h Jltmr.1i:  I'OR .vAulv- ,.i.i>,,l;idsand a^*fi#b S^f,^lW^J^w������"r������^ OIVK US YOl'R :   , ... ,,. ..     ..       .     nun*ai>h ������rifu lir-ilnV.'or.-j, H.Aixuh-f'.I'.vv .    ���������   _  billy.     I erms (mi  .viplic.ttiou to i,,,^,.,-,',,,-,, ;..^rPl j-ii.*.- nf ai.h- up | UER   FOR. TOU   PR'VT    ,".   .        ...        * V.vv ������������������., nil ei  -vVt-li lcft-1 t> Coi.inmt ;���������"!���������, *���������  II.    Wilkinson.      I.I tie     KlVC'V  l-.-itniilly, I i~(in?<uiAivni.-,\:y ifi-ivi'. .i-i*.-.-  l.-izo, Cnujo.Y, It. ������'.  lLOOK OU'Il  f������ r the Milk \vr;������<.si  villi the Given liux  b'KHSH Mir.K  ANH  I-'aRMPROIiUCK  Our Milk is the prc.duct  of Oie IWt l-\d Cowa  VRHSH   MHvK    ..  ! *Ueliveicd u*oriiini;-& ovvuiil  it        I. MARUYA  ! **>  :i-.xt I  rl  Ii-iiniill"*, I i-ft'iv-'ninlflti t.-rt;"y rr:  I* 1 *r j,*.iT.,r.������r*r|i.   *������t.������*vi.lli>U.M^l't'; **i.  . ��������� ro.  ("iM ly Htdiuir-jt-t-i t.r nu ll ,\ tn *������������������' <Ih  . 1 *,.^utt(tli ,<-li.t,iiC'>.l!.*.i.Vi',.' 1..ni, l'a.ii.,1,. :U  I'.UWJOU  MAlUtlr.U (mt}���������   Wlt,mm.J, UOUUII.  Mi  ���������Hi  MNH THE ^WS. CTOEBEKrAND," B'. a  w  /o  saspw  Sto  NT  i ���������*������<mi-4*>  Sh Class 79b Bonds that are Prafit-Sharin-'.   Series-? 100, $500, $1000  , l.NVI'JS I Mi'^NT ma> br v,illnlimvi! n'ly jln.s clu-i one j -ai. o-i fell ds>V nniirc,    limine5*. nl b������ck  ol these llonde e*iiablisbe.l JS yean.    Sc.iJ im >pr.*i.il fulderaml full particular*.  NATIONAL   SECURITIES   CORPORATION,   LIMITED  Oiiifiderminn I.ill* IkiSMint, i\ Toronto, CmlaJi  FOUNDER CF THE CUNARD  LINE  FARMERS  Can ������lway������ maks tura of netting lhe highest prlc'rs for WHEAT, OAT������,  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly -shipping their car lo'.i ,to FOR*. WILLIAM- AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY     ,  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS*   AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG*  THE   OLD   REHAB  "1  I  BLISHEO 1840  ESTA  i* .popularly regnraoil aa THE  LINK-to use v/hon having relatives nnd  frlencln come out  lo  CANADA  KIU������-   'I'lIK  OUI  COl/NTHY  '1'tiu* Burvlcs ottered la uiiox-  c������Ui:<" In  coaiPo'nT  Tlia now twin acreiv atoa.a������)iips  carrylns- ono class (IJ) Cabin and  tltlr-l class only,  AMI) AM A   uail    W.AU.YIA.  '���������MOO   Toim   ISaoli  W������r������������ added to lhe  CANADIAN SERVICE  In- 1913,    and    nro    roplera   wllh  uvery   modern   Improvement.  ������A(>MtriOir.NT   AIM-OINTMENTS  "���������-T������onnse,   Gymna.ilurn,   Drawing  Jloom, Siuoklnt: 'Room, Opon and  Covered   Proimonades,   Orchestra.  ���������AOthsr   .iplnndM   steamships   ar������:  .ASCASIA    (nt-iv),     Ar.NO.YrA  JO.000 tons    .      S.000 tona   .  C.irryiriR- one class (If) Cabin and  third  class, only.   ,  l-JKAXCOM.V   fuetr  /Oil)  I.AX-OXIA.   'new  IDIS)  _. IS, 150 ions cifh���������vTwlj- Screw  CAIIM.IMA   (20,000  ions),  Triple  Screw Tus-binI  Carry inir Firat, St'tym,* and Third  OIllHS.  The Cuniu-d Company also  nialnuln sBrvicsa betwae.-i Now  York, Queenstown, KlaliKuard,  Liverpool. Boston, Quocnstown,  I''lshs;i',a.rd. Mvcrjiool, New York,  MedlterraneMi. Ailrl-j.Uc. Including1 tli'j faiitost s'ttJti.mers In' tlio  world. -'Jjiisitaiila." and "Maure-  tanfu.." .   '  N'oiy   buildin'r   for   Canadian  So r vie (tl  '������.���������*. -'AlT!lANl.V���������14,000 Torn,  ". I.'or descripilva literature, sail-  lug-:*, utc, apply to any rtiillway  or  Stejttnshlp  Agent,  or  'mi.**  <;c;a'aicd  s'tkamshii-  C'OJ'iIWNV,   I/I'D.  :'.OI <>l;������lu  S(��������� AVInuliii-'e, Man.  OLO WARSHIP  DISCOVERED  of Vessel an Id to be of 16th  Century  , Fioymoiir'I.i.cns, H.A., inspected iho  ���������hull of thr- old limbered ship, with a  bourn ot forty feet, which was discovered at Woolwich in lillS, nud was  convinced that thn remjilns arc' tliosf  of an curly sixteenth eonlui-y wurahlp.  Ilo said:  It Was a Halifax Man Who Made his  Name Famous in the Shipping  ���������    Wrrld     ���������  There-  is considerable, historic sis-  uilic'inco in tho. circumstance that the  C.VM, has just taken Ior the winter  months the old Cunard building erect-  ed by the fouiule.- ot the Cunard line  ���������Mr. Samuel Cunard, who was a Halifax num and who made his namo fan.-  | oils  in  the shipping.-and mercantile  i world.     It was   to ll'ilifux   that   he  '} brought his first ships; it wag in .tho  jold olliee he bent over his task. Thoro  lis u new day   -.-.d new methods, aud a  j degree of expansion of which ho could  j nol have .J/euuit.   The shipping business li ii ii incivaser. hundredfold during  iho last hali' century,   The stress and  strain of life are indicaled by the speed  demanded on' lamJ    and    sea���������speed  TAMARACK  ALMOST EXTINCT,  which tlie oh; founder could not'have  forseon in l)i.*i nost prescient moniont.  The old house (or ofllces) is tv three-  storey ouildins of stono with 'luuint  old windows hlulliiff a (|iiict nnd .sedate world which minded its business  and did not bother look ini; out at. hobble skirls.   The name is cut on tho  Insect Threatens Tree's Extermination  "The large larch sawfly," "says the  Dominion Entomologist, -"has destroyed  between fifty and one hundied per  cent of the native larch, or tamarack."  Every farmer in Eastern Canada has  observed this mysterious killing off of  tlie tamarack in the low-lying portions  of his woodlot. Mr. J. B. Tyrrell, who  recently explored the new District of  Patricia for the, Ontario Government,  reports on the largo numbers'of the  tamarack in that region, but says, "Unfortunately most of tho trees - are  dead." Through, tha continued attacks of a single forest pest, whoso'  ravages it is now' impossible to control,  one of Ibe most valuable Umber .trees  of Eastern Canada is now in danger  of extinction.  .In  Rrltlsh Columbia, forest insects  have destroyed in somo ."places ovor  I -vat" shown iw��������� wheels, evidently yl*1 biiildins-"S. Ciinar-r-offorins a  hose of a mm carriage of the time, nuuiu-nlo of tl.o past full ol .������ crest, as  if Henry VIII.. or of the early years ��������� hii8S������s|iiib a������ once the. sin-il heginn-  if KlizaUeHi, some"stone cannon balls |mS*- ������\' a **roat business tw which   ie  ieces of Elizabethan, pot-1 dovotcd Ins energy and Remus and the  .vliicli had been taken out amiiziirg development of (ha, business,  , tl  lo  j'of  ! and  some p  j tery, all of v  j of tiie hull.  j    The bull may be that of the'Great.  I Harry,  for Mr.-'Vincent.-president of:  I the  Woolv.'ici     Antiquarian    Society,!  ������������������writes that there was a (look in 15121  | or 131:'; and hi 1521 at Woolwich, arid]  I that in1 this ..cck lho Great Harry may;  have been lying when destroyed;, and  the dock in which our .old wreck lies,  if it is a dock, may he the same dock,  may add that in    the   reign    of  keeping pace with modern demand by  the r'.V.n.  Knee Joint Stiff Three Years  CURED  BY  NERVILINE  Anyone would marvel at my recovery,   writes   Mr.  Leonard' Lothani,   a  youiiK-man  well     *. wn about Chat-  Charles' irthe'"pelYcan,~ renamed1 the  bam'.   I  ha.I  inhrcited, a   -rheumatic  Golden  Hind,  was long preserved at i tendency through my mother's family,  Depti'ord as a monument, c.'. the Toy  age and served far into the next century as a holiday resort, a Mecca  whither the people, proud' "of their  country's history,'journeyed,' paying  their, pennies to sec the great Drake's  ship.'  ' It,Bids P-.i'n Begone.���������When neural'ia racks ��������� the nerves or lumbago,  cripples the back is the time to test | ?,*���������.m^ l'">b again  the'virtues .of Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil. Well rubbed in it will still ttrj  pain and produce a sensation of ease  and rest. There "is nothing like it as  a liniment frr its curative properties  are great. A trial of it will establish  f;*.ith in it.  Testing of Canadian Woods  - Because of the Importance-of this  subject to al'. classes of wood users,  the Forestry .Branch-of the'Department of the Interior is about to undertake an exhaustive series of tests at'  McGill L:niversily. I'.eginuing* with  a few'of she more important, of the  commercial -.peck's, every kind of  wood in tiie country, will he tested for  its stn-ngtii-in various way?*, and for.  different' conditions of growth and  moisture content. At p-esent the only  Informal-ion wc. iiaye-on this subject  is based .ipon tcsls of wo'6d grown  in lhe I'nitcil Stales; many of which  were grown undor entirely different  conditions to those found in our own  country.  Heard on the'Street'  Hallo, old J man. how-are thing  the osteopathy line?  I  have  giver, up  osteopathy;   I  jioj,M_in_Hie_l*xoJ'.erage  bus'aess,         Ah!  Still manipulating ike ������������������hones"  1 sec. "  in  am  Minarcl'- Liniment Cures Dan-ruff  Re������sor.ln* a Priori  1'fiuelier���������Old Columbus know that  lo. luid' discovered a new continent'.'  Ciai:s--N'o; he thought it was India.  Ti-ac'ii-.'<'--C(in*<.'ci. U'hy did 'v ho  think ne had found India','  ��������� Tlright I'dv--! s'pose it was 'cause  llie iiiliiibiitititsi worn Indians,  Side-Stepping  I.asher���������We're going to have some  amateur thea.vrieals at ray house next  week aad a.big supper afterward. Can  yon ho there?  Dasher���������Ohi 17.' come, old man;  bul ���������or���������i . may ��������� be lato1.  What's in a Na.nc?.  Chairman - :t Christinas concert ���������  Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Brown  will sing --Only Once .More."  h-arcasric Critic��������� Thank goodness  for thai!  .Chairman (coining forward again) ���������  Ladies and gentlemen, insiead of Hinging "Only Once More," Miss Urow'n  will sing "Eor Ever and-Ever!"  Tommy���������Papa,    i river* ,s fed   by  small slivami*, isn't it',' "  l-'upti���������Yos, my son, . y~  Tommy���������Then,  I suppose    \\\X  whal.'-makes its .���������.noutli water.  is  md in my early days suffered fright:  fully. About three years ago the pain  ar.d stiffness settled in my left knee  joint. I was lain..- and walked with  a very distinct limp. Nerviline was  brought to my notice ai:d 1 rubbed it  into the stiff joint four ������or-live..times  a day. . It dispelled eve^-.-vestigeJ.of  pain, reduced thei^*0fn*ing-rr-tooli' out  the stiffness antTlfave'nie the full use  I don't believe  there is a- ])ain-relievii)g remedy, not  a single 'ininiMit' that can compare  with -Ner^ilhiey ��������� 1 hope every person  with pains, witlr.sore back*, with lameness, with lumbago, with r.ouralgia���������  f do hope they will try out Nerviline  which I am caiviuced will quickly and  permanently cure them."  If��������� Xervilii.e wasn't a wonderful  painless remedy, if Nerviline didn't  quickly relieve, if .Nerviline .v/asn't  ki.own to be u grand'cure fci* all-rheumatic  conditions,' if   wouldn't' - have  .been���������soLJaiseliujiisfiiLflSlAjsyniiiLlE:  medy i'or the past f6riy years. No  better, stronger, .or,,mbrc-soothing liu-  inient mude. Get'.'the large 50c family si^c bottie; small trial .size 25c;  sold by. any dealer, anywhere.  twenty-live per cent of tho timber crop.  Technical'foresters in the employ'of  the Dominion Forestry lJranch havo  noted1 similar depredations, whon con-  duel ing forest survey.-' iu the Northwest, Similar conditions prevail in  llie United Stales, where on some of  the National Forests the damage done  bv insects last summer far exceeded  that done by lire.* 11. S. Graves, Chior  Forester"of the United States, says:  "A few isolated trees attracted by insects may form ibe nucleus of a devastation ("iuito as serious as that- from  forest Hre."  It is very likely lhat in Canada as  much damage is done to tht standing  Umber by fot est pests as by forest  liros. ' Fortunately the former*.are  largely dependent for their existence  on the hitler, for lire furnishes tho  chief feeding and breeding grounds to  the insect,foes of the.forest. Thus  the Dominion Forestry Branch by reducing the fire-burnt area on Dominion forest, reserves last summer to'less  than two one-hundredlhs of. one- per  cent (0.02 per cent) has succeeded in  "killing two birds with the one stone."  One ,oi' the foresters, describing how  Ihis.'is accomplished, says;���������"Fire  minimizes the vitality of tho tree and  and climate takes advantage of, the  weakness, -thereby creiUihg a condition favorable to insects aud fungi. By  minimizing the dair.age done by fire  atid handling the various stands according to one y. the silvicultur r.i  systems suitable to that, type the result can only be strong." vigorous frees  better equipped io withstand all* natural enemies." ' ,  National Town-Planning Congress  In .Tune next a National Housing  and Town-planning Congress will be  held iii the city of Toronto. The Commission of Conservation will act. as  host to the Congress and has secured  a generous appropriation from the Dominion Government, for tha* purpose.  A -sl-oclal crnimittoe of thu C'ouimis-  iou has boon appointed to present a  report, to ������������������llu: delegates at tbo Congress, iind to draft housing, and town-  planning l'ogisluiion whicli may bo ro-  commended as a model to Jhe provincial legislatures, Although the B.N,  A: Act placer; public health* under the  Federal Government, it was, later,  transferred to the provinces, and  hence any federal department can  only act in an advisory capacity,  Telia How She Was Restored  To Health by Lydia E.  Pinkham's. Vegetable Compound.  Tilliu'rX. Oni.-r^J.fi'Miild |>ral*.' T.ydln  E  fNnkfii^iiI^VfrRi'-fiJble (.'ompui'ini all  ...^..iZh^iiY^A^ ftVounil tlie world l>e-  ciiu.-if it. hiu done so  ���������*i^*mi>������  ..������������������������������������A "������������������'  r -y  ,-!���������*) -������> j,7"7y  'S^*^i;>!;i;  i'^^tamiSifmat'ikY'  much for iiic, Kor  two years I was so  run down tliat I wiih  ii liable lo do my  work. 111nd I'.'iniili!  weakii''!';''inddrend-  ful li'Tioilie. -mill*-,  constipullon nnd  Uncl'iic'lii', hut. iiuv,'  I am well of all i)i<\v>  IhiniJ*-*. I look L.v*  , I'mkluini'*- V'i-*T"t'ilil<1 Cuinpouial,  I'i!!.* ami S-iiiuiiv,' V/u.-ili, I -.'i-,*'  you !i"i'i/ii':-ii)n lo fiilblisli Mil,' b'tf'T In  li-'!*> nllier-i," ��������� Mi'-i. Wll,l*'i*KI> Mau  ���������....i..,., :;.#.. b:i.r:.\...w, o..i..-.:.,<���������..-..  t use nl   .Mrs, I uUy.  (.'liii'iijV'., III. ��������� "I  tn Un plciisiiri! in  v/ritin*-; to ili'iiii*. y>iu I'm* wbat f.ydia I!.  'J'liikhiinr.-* Vi'iji'lnblii Compoiijid has  il'iiif for ni..'.    I iMill't'i-ci] with such aw*  1:1,   pi'i'inilii'   pan-,  hnu liivii a iii,-,|i'i.j. i  nii'iit, and ivecivcd no boiie'lt from th--  il'jctor-i, I was advised to lak'i Lydin  K. IMnkhaiu's Ve*j,-etnblu Compound, ami  nm now a.i well as ever."���������Mr.-'. Wu,*  nui Tri.r.v, l!0.?J Oftdfn Avcriii'-',  Clili-nad. 111.  If.vou Iiuv-* Die >li;;litol iluutil  th.,i l.y-Hii II. I'lnUliMiu*'-\'c.''('fn-  liie < (iiiipi)tni(l \i ill help you, write  i" I..-..liit C.I'iiilJiuiiiMeilfclui'Co.  (fi)iiHi|<'iili;ilf l.y hh, ."liiss",, for hi?-  \iii-. N 'hpj- Iff (it will l������������* opi-ncil,  r.'.nl .'.i,l .iij-.u-'I'mI l).i ;i vuiuian,  ,-. ������������������.'. ',i.'.i;,i ..u'it'l v'iin'l;K'.ii.i'.  vv. ;������. ii. yj'-'  J.a'dge a Mnn by Hia Ftiriii  A fiivm hi the landscape! o'l lluKown-  er's hoaA and tlio relies of his mind.  If a man cau lie judged by his clothes,*  he cu-! nice truly bo read A his i'lirm,  which is an extension of his vestment.  Meanly and breed can never be appreciated as n part of environment mull  lliey are Inner real Uios. Wlin't a man  Is, inevitably vi.vc.ils UfoIi in bis  words and works, A furni adorned  wiih improvement,*', crops, .rtirtiuls nud  trees, making a picturo of pence ami  plenty, represents lho unfolding, and  cxpi'i/si'lon of it's owner ideals, It Is  ihi-, wondrous canvas' on which ho,  loaves the subtle hlniltiM ol genius orl  iin-'-dlo'-'i'liy. It is tn .the liiu'i-preting  ( . l.-oke,- -:f kind of autoblogrnpliy,  W'l.ci'cf.Tp a farm '. cxcccdinsly lutr-r-  estlnn us an lnde\- of (lie charaelcr  i    lis owner,  One* and tha Same  I'm afraid, sahJ a woll-kiiown noli-  tfclan, when a eiibbur    came within  uu   Inch  of 1 is  nose,  tlmt somebody  in ibo audlcr.ee hii>-.-*josl. hi* head.  Elastic:  In-reading room���������Two boys, twelve  and-oighi years old, looking af illustrated book. *   * . .  Elder   (reading'���������India-rubber .^trce.  Younger���������Is that a rubber tree'-  ���������  Elder���������Yes, you. hit, that tree with  a, hatchet and the halehctl 11 bounce  l.a'*l,- "   *     i       The  Demagogue  Defined..  Father, said' a small boy," what Js  a demagogue?  ' A demagogue, my son, ir. a .man'  who can rocklne boat himself, and  persuade-evc-rybody that there's a terrible storm -.   sea.  The Fftci of starvation  Hero we are stranded on a doscrt  isle and not .. thing to e't,  Wc can have soup. ���������   Our boat has  just turned turtle. '-  George Washington's Address  AIlss Wheat, the new teacher, was  hearing the history lesson. Turning to  one of the new scholars, she asked:  James, what wns Washington's last  address? ,  The new boy arose with r, promptness lhat promised well for his answer.  Heaven, ma'am, he said  I'll  Bridal Tourists,,  liriilu looked o'^ tho iiioiiiidilus  he river's golden mi and,  ! Italian garden fouiilulns  1    Wein tinkling near nt hand.  She .spal'-   with fuoliig IiIikIiicmm,  How full ih-'He ilstiis un ! .  The  lii-ideni'MOiu   in  his  liiliidiK"-s  Jlow-.'d down ln.-neuili Hi.; i-nr.  Kioiu liieiii'e d'n. lm ilt'lU'ir  Si-i.'H' word*! about, a claiin, ,  riiieli words us imido lier sliiwr  Willi an n-iioiilslii'd palni  Then  io lhe dllllliy brei7,e!i  She liuiiiiii.'d these lines a whlio:  "\k,'l,eie every piii,J.peel ploilbi. K  And only iiiuii l������ vile!'!  Sinashlno the Record  She lii'oko the trotting record,  Said J',e,,,"alU'Cl������{in and slick,"  Hay, talk abiyfC-your stoppers,  She liiiuU'/liie* rest look uick,  ��������� '     ���������/.> '  Whui'lion-U' was'Ibiit? I asked iiim  ^My ilnuBhlo" '(.was, said he.  ,Slio,.bi'or:o tlio rocoril lately  J-'fu' the turkey trot., did she,  BUNIONS NO JOKE  Hard to gel. rid of Uiem, loo. Two  or thn".' applications of Putnam's  Pnlnlo.-.-*. Corn Mxl.rncloi' -.oftons the  (.bloke-it tlHsiie, tind I'OJiiovcH 11, pnin*  let-'Kly. Puliiiim's 1'iiliik'sa Corn Kx-  Irnoior reinovcR corns, wurls. mil ml-  liiiisos i|Uli!ld> and piiiiili-stily. Sold  b>  ilriiggliils, prli'ii lii'je.  Prer.ialurc Rclose  It nays hero a woiiinii ri'li'in'cd from  an Insane -isyluin In Illinois wan iniir-  lied llfioen ii'.iiiutii! iiflerwiii'd.  (Ji-c. lhe doctin-.i had i-vldeiitly not  elTeeieil a complete cure.  A womiiu'ii nllllude Inward lho prnc-  tine of wearing low-necked guw.m  di-lieiids ii gi'i'iil di'iil on how she looks  In a low neelii'd gown.  H r On'y Reply  Accept my sl.-''('i'-.''Si now', wlslics, said  During the last threo hundred years  the English languago has nmnnulnted,  new words ut the rate of three n dny.'  Thus, in the course of a couple, of centuries more, we'll accumulate a nifty  little language,  All dlficiiHSlon regarding simitar*.'  finger bowls could be avoided by carefully polishing lho rim with a clean  napkin before drinking.  Trlbiilnllon  l|o-~r>nrllr.g, why aro you so sad?  She (pulping dJ-wn u sob)���������Oh, dear  I was just thinking this wlll bn our  last evening togeli or until tomorrow  night!  You can. sec Gift Pills curing your Kidneys  Gin. Pills turn tho urino BLUE. A fow hours after starting to tako Gin  Tills for Kiduey or Bladder Trouble, you will notico that tho urine haa  chaiiged color. Vou seo for yourself that GiriPills have reached the spot antl  havo started tocuro. Iti wou' tbo mariy hours moro until you FEEL tbat thoy  lers.' If you can't     a^^^^^mff^^^^^^m antte tliat they will  gos them in yo'^'^ji^E^csiMi 8 PXttSf lcnreyc,n or mou*7  noig]iborliood,-^B^S*^yj3^^Sr|f^|[^^ :  order direct. -.. . ^t^^^^^^^^^^^f national OmtamlChniileal-**.  Sample freo if yoa yJ^^^^^^S^^^r ol Cuida Umit������t TaroMo,  mention this paper    ^Qf-J-^jESySaf^w^^^^*1^ -  ;,. 187  ^  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil  .Recommended by lead-  ' ing builders for all types  of internal combustion  engines. Keeps its body  at high temperature, leaves practically no  carbon deposit Equally good for external  bearings.  PRAIRIE  The most durable oil fon farm machinery.  Stays on the bearings; will,, not gum or  corrode;, not affected by weather.  Renown Engine Oil  Thresher Hard Oil Premier Gasoline  Atlantic Red Oil  Imperial Oil Go, service puts these products  within the reach of anyone in the Dominion.  Write any agency. y ���������-  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  Quebec  -S-J.-JOUIS-  Winnipeg  Cnlfiarr  Vancouver ,  . Edmonton  _^.S_a9k|itooi������_  By the Berlitz Method   '  ��������� Aunty���������Wouldn't you like lo ��������� study  lajiKiiiiges,   Hobby?  Hobby���������I   ean   talk   two   lniiRiiases  now, aunty.  You can?  Whal are the* '.'  ''Snglish and baseball.    ., *     ,  RES* AND m  CAUGHT COLD  IN WOUND  fR TO {MOYHEiv AHf> uHtUI;  Xfrt.i, Wiksiow's SooTtfisc Sviiv-P lias 'ocaB  sstii for ovsr SIXl**Sf KRARSliv Mlf.i-lONS o4  MO'l'IIBKS \or ilicir C1UUUV.UK WIVtM  TKWTIIINO. witli  VMiU'IiCX Sl'CCKrtS.    X*  sooTJias the cim.n. .soi'-.rj?Ns Mir c,uh\  Ol:l..\'i������ all 4>AIJS.'. CUmCSW.lKl> COtKC. :v;i3  iti tlie ncsi J-eiiiscij- Joi- .UIAJ.'-lUjaC'l.. Jf' i.i nl>  Solutclv harmless. -Ms'sure sue. ask io;- '-IVim.  WIustew's .Sootliinf! l-jj-'iij-," 'Ana ia'AS Oiioti-ifii  tinti,   Xv,-iiity-iiv������couU;'.,ooUle.  Wi .���������*"���������' nhrsvfrl--.  Mi.i. A,--Men lire iifj (|ii(.'M ufler lhe  iHHii'.viisoon, If yoi toll llifiii your  lovi' Is mvowiiiK eoltl ihey don't oven  kIiiiii-o up fi'' i" their ncWBpapcrH,  Mr--   N.  -Ni', I ui li-ll llii'in lho h-oup  i.i unr.viii:.; cuiil ;iiiu nicy jump iioiiui j  it'll Ve- 1.  \i\i\ ynui' niiirrlcil  ti'imt   il   inu.v   be,  A loilK, happy one  bi-iilc  What  a  funny' ld"n  ]ll|('l|.  Iff  hciu'cfm-ih,   I  Ii iKilonlrihcd fno  WI'M   [II  Hi- ro.  Urchin (to doetor)--I'lefme, nlr,  have you Iind lo vinil tlio liiiullord's  boy ninny llmi'u.  Doelni'���������-Vch, jny boy, ovp;.,' day for  ii woolc, and 1 kIiiiII hnv. (o vlull lilm  inr iinrilhi'i' niontli,  I'l'iihln���������Wliul ii lot of money you'll  Wl. I iiopo you won't l'or-,-1'1. nm, nlr.  Jt  iv.-ik me Mil  jiiiKhed  blm oft' llie  Willi.  Tlie ffii'f'nl' of Cni'slcii, (lie llUlc  IhIiiikI upon wlili'h N'apoleon whk born,  ii ro inuiuiRPil by the Fronell jiovorn-  iiionl. They [iroiliifft Iiuulier, flrowood  und uirjH'iiiliio, uud nil pnrtn ot Uio  Iron nre 1'iir nioi'i' eloscly ullll/ed iluin  In  Atiierlcii,  It may be only n scrateh or etiL to  begin-with, bul lho deadly germs get,  into il tine1, soon you are a'victim., o.  blood-iJoisoiiiiif',-, You sny you anight  cold in the wount'. and It festered. Now.  it, is red and fiery, r.nd LhrcatciiB aer-  ion's trouble.  You can jjovei estimate what il is  worth to hnvo Dr. Chase';- Ointment at  hand nil the I'.nu to apply ir. jurat such  ensofi of ohioigoncy. The roost important thing this olnlmont -,ooa lg lo prevent blood-polirionir.ff. It depvousofi  lho nerves, emilnicls the jniall iirtori?s  and voliiH, and alopc bleedliiK, lVy ils  nntlseptle Induonco It Icecps cut the  poifsonou,*-* i-ei'iny and heals up Die  wound.  Dr, OIuiseY, Olnlmenl fiulskly  soothes llcblns nnd bnniliiR and seems  to heal liioi'e nuli-lcly .Hinn unyihln:-"  thai lur. been dbieovercd, As u euro  for eczema It ban never boon rivalled,'  and whnt'moif. severe test, could you  apply. To try Dr. CIuihu's Ointment  is lo prove Its ihimhii'iI merit and lo  keep ii nlwny. m. Iiiind for i iHluut Uisu.  You looked very fooll,--|t when you  ),ro]n*ised to me,  Well, lleiil'k'ltn, replied M" Meek*  (on, maybe I won.  Arelilbahl, I Ki'iim you a UUi- on one  rondltlon, You uiusl vok> for mis for  .Shi'i'llT.  rl  One (Uh'sii'I Imvo lo bo ��������� r'/niilarly  kIimi'P to nil n llRiiro In Hoelely,  Left Jut  ������������������Tommy had boon naughty, and during lho day his mother had "o punish  him.      That night,  whilo  saylnjj  bia  prayers nt hit- mother's Itnoo ho said:  Lord bless papa,, sister and yrand-  ma.   Amen!  Then,   iuruiiia'   lo   liis   mollior,   hu  said, ,   "  Did  you ncllee yov.  weren't, in  it!  A pleasant medicino for children Is  Mothor Graves' Worm Wxterminator,  and tho ro is nothing better for driving worms from tho syoloni.'  Husband���������l can'', make onl what i;>  wrou:*; with my mooi-Hclmim. plpo.  Thero is a very peculiar tasto '.o it,  and it won't dr**." .  .Wlfo���������-Thnt. Is funny. It seemed to  draw all riKht when Johnnie wai  blowlnt-'lnibblou with it.  His Rnkc-orf  lilnslish Oiiido (Hliowiiit; plncos* of  Intorost)���������-II, was In Ihln very room,  air, that, Wel'.'.iujroii roeoivod bis Ilrst  eoiuiulsslon,  Amorlcnn     Tourliil- -Indeed!     And.  how .iiiieh eumiiilt-blou did '.,c- get?  Mlnnrd'n Liniment For sah everywhere  We're Surprised at You, Ml-a  No, Cordoila, onoru kIuhhok do not  prupi'i'ly belong- lo iho li**t of j'ubbi-r  nrtli'lon, i-iii'liil-ily noil  In lhe ciiHf of nn oiili'iiRi' llie aver-  into mau Unftr. Uml ho Iiiih rierforincil  hh; whole duly whei. ho'Ium wrlMeii to  the pnpers abmil If.   ���������  Wlfi-  Tie That Binds  an. n bundle of li'-i'vus!  Kyinpalhi'th'     l[ii*-;liaud - Woll,  Inn-.' :i.i tin* : I riiifi diit'8 :''���������  bi'eal',  ,111  1 i'.:,i, ,  ll,,,  ih'.il '.  ao  you  To Cure n Colli (11 Ona Day  Tn!;.'   I.AXAT1V1-:  IJIIOMO  QI'ININH  Tub'.ns. UniKKliiiH i'**l'iind money if  1- fail-i In cure, K, W, (UIOVK'S  j-i.-tnatiiJ-i' is on 1 ai'h  ,:o>-,    !.',"i-.  I'  ll arc! on Artbt  l-'Aiil'r.r���������I huvi- como 10 llie ton-  clui-.lon thu! art ilof'yii'i pay.  \Vr.',-;i!4-*i ioii'l. liiiuiv about arl, but  I !;i.,/.'.- lots ul arilNtB who don'i.  A ;:.n;ri lioy v. ���������<<��������� (ti-k-d b. a ch ray-  1 ii...i> .....,', * ...'... *,.>! 0'.*'.,,.;.-.v. iu :*.��������� t.  I II.- r'ptU'd li.cy wc.'- Wiaa w imaut to  'Lav.' Ao'.tt: au.i Inveu't.  VeKcw Strn':  Wi.^-;    I dou'l (bin'- Wild, of .li,iu's,  n spin- of thn fuel Mint he In always  ', boaf-'lln;', of lil*** birth and brcedin;*.  WiiKK���������\\*i--U. even In blue blood jou  will often fii.d a stP'.i'i of yellow,  B'.ntu  ciMliili's.  tA-t-n  CM;,  tml  \\n\t  flulnlil/ B'.lt'l  onijlr.  UlS   tUO.-l  4!l 1  I,'  *>i'.l h-tli  2S cent*.  Kxpcrlnif'iilH iii Ihe wo of io-pi'ii  poplar for hIiIiiwIch kIiow t.lial. the shin-  K'lcri do not t-lieek lu houhoiiIiij;, and  Mini thoy liim will or HiillHl'iii'lorlly but  they 11 i'o loo eariiy bioin-n in uaiui-  bitj,.  A Sliding Scale  What is llie pi-loo of your nillkV  Ten eeiilrt a 'lUtivt.  You can di-llver If here dally, but  mind the '|iip.liiy i?- 5iiMii..n Kou.1. j  have 11 milk IohU'I'.  Then It will bo live eons nini*i\  A   *oft Aivwcr  Ilub���������I wonder where (.lie money .;  coinliiH I'l'om for Mint new jjowu of  you r������''  Wlfo���������Vroiii lhe nihil, I hope, dear,  IM be iiorry u- tliluk thai. ;,ou viuih .1  coutitorl'i'lioi*.  A-jfiln Pride Goes Before a Tnll  f\e\\���������1 can daiin u hli.h fnmlly dose ont.  NV1I--T idiouldn't wonder about tlm  dtfioont. H looks ns ii iiif-n- had  been a lilt' c"ini' t'oaii mm -wlK-ra.  Better Than Wealth  is perfect health; but to enjoy good health it is necessary  firgt to got rid of the minor ailments ctuscd hy defective or irregular action, of tho stomach, livor,  kidneys  and  bowels,���������ailments w]iicU tipoll life, dull   plcany-ro,  and make nil Buffoi-era feci liroJ or gviod tor nothing.  Il^rt i 111 ������ Ct  (Tlia Li\n������it Sale of Any M-tlloluc in Uio World) (  have proved themselves to bo tho best corrective or preventive of those troubles. They insuro better feelings  nnd those who rely upon thom soon find themselves so  'brisk and strong they are better able to work and  enjoy life.   For that reason alono, Ejeccham's Pills arc  The Favorite Family Medidne  Th* direction' with cTtry bus tm very v������Iu������Uo���������MptrUIly lo wam^it.  l'(cvt*ui| "inlv <n-Th'iiiK- Mri-cli.iiii, Sr, M,.|cn������, l..iiu*������vlilri.-, Itullinil.  ;'.i)!.l rvi-tn-tuTi- |.| ('.liitj^ uml ll. S. Amrrli'*.    In l>'i������r", ht renn. ������  ,!THE NEWS, CUMBERTASO), B. <V  Army of  Constipation  I������ Growing Smaller Ever/ Day,  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS me'  rcspon? iUc--ll\cy not  oniy give relief���������  lliey permanently  cure Constipation.   Mil-  lions uic  * ihem (or  B'lioas- _  _n������j, Indigestion, Sick Headachi, Sa'low Skin.  Small Pill, Small "Doie, Small Price.  Genuine muitbeai Sifrnatiirti  y^<^^^^  Through German Glasses  Thp iollowhjg extract  from an, article in a German semi-oflle'ial paper,1  in ttorlin, to chcclv emigration to" Canada will interest Cuuaduuis. -The  writer resolved lo obtain a general  view of the '''country by ,: traveling  across the contlr.oar. The men. who  shared the "compartment" with.him  were all powerful, athletic figures with  bronze v. complexions. Their chins  had hot seen the razor for days, the  boots in which ihey put their silk  socks and hairy legs had nor, been  brushed for weeks and diamonds glittered on thoir,sinewy, peasant fingers.  There was a notice' on the wall, he  states, warning- passengers not to put  their feel on the seats, oh the window  ledges or in lho washing basins.  [STRENUOUS WORK  SOON TELLS ON YOU  Business   Men   and   Breadwinners  the  Victims of Nervous Exhaustion  When wori-j is add?d to overwork  uieu soon bee me the .victims of ner-  '.oiis- oxhaustioi:-^neurasthenia��������� ".hi  doclor ?alls it. S*. ie have" no re-  reserve strength in their systems to  bear the' strain; other; ovei'tax what  strength they havo. If you llnd that  }ou are nervous-and not sure of yourself, that you sleep badly, and wake  up tired and, aching, your nerves are  out* of order.  The  Canadian;  ho  writes    furl her, j i(V ^ ������������������-������������������     Other signs are inabil  dresses iu a slovenly maimer, though  his  clothes ��������� uro  mude  of  the   finest  material.  'I* wo  Marketing Eggo  eoinimiuli'es    iu  Minnesota  take  ['.roper, intercs-  in  your  work, your r.ppolito is fickle, your  back fools veali. and you are greatly  depressed in spirits. Ouo or more of  those signs mean that ; ou* should  take prompt steps to stop mischief by  nourishing the nerves with- tlio. food  havo had co-operative egg-nrrkeUns* they thrive on, namolv, :'.io rich, red  associations lor several years. The! blood made bv Dr. Williams' Pink  Dassel * Farmers'  Club, organized  one  Fills,     Thos.  Pills have cured thou-  in 1010.   Since that time it has ���������unirk-  eled 125,00b dozen eggs in cartons at  sands* of "cases of nervous disorders,  including nervous prostration, neural-  a premium of itf.nOO. This club also \ gin. -St. Vitus dance and partial para  handles live stock, dressed poultry, j lysis. Here is au .. examples *"r.  seed grain, seed coin and other farm | Jus.   A.   McDonald.   Springhill,   N.S.,  products, and buys machinery, feed  twine, seed and other farm supplies.  Hariiiim also has*an egg marketing as-'  socialion. It handles lioCung* but  strictly fresh eggs and'has built up a  mammoth, business. r.arinr.*\ is looked II. as one of tlie best eg;*; markets  ih Minnesota  A.Koal  Ii3vai>  Stimulation  .A  ^Sr.iijlittjrwinl i-onetous  i.-It-r   fr.isi   ,m   ojwbllfheJ  f..-"i.    '.Vi g,r.i .riving avsy  V'jtchfti   to   llio.nan.il    ol I  paoplii all   ovor 'the j  world    ;u    a     has*  ������.lTOi*tl<smitit.    Sow  11    your   (-hituM    to  obt.il:>. o,n.     Writs  now,    enSoiiinh.   2S  e^uU for ono of   our  f.vihtonali!u 1.1 d I o i'  Con;*      {ItiiriM,      or I  Gems'   Albor...   sant  pjrrli.rft f-nl.t to wpar j  wi'li :h.i -ca'cli, which  will   I*   (lirea   Freo  (:hjso    '.valch&i - ara  ciifirnnc^od rtva 7can>,  lYmll  yon taka ail.  vantasd of otu- fhirrnl.  lim.i   oflnr.     Wa   os;,w'.. rn   to. Mil   jour   (rluudj  I fcboat   'n   and   show   TMm    thi   beaatit'i!    v,*ftt(.-h.  * \>on't think till; offor too sm& to Jo trim, but send  25 cunts  to-dav nn.t  pain   a   Fn*^   Wa:(-h.    Yoa  ������ill lio anurrri - -Vif.r.UM   .& ,I,r���������OYI>,  WholauUi  | Jpw,,'.lflriil)Ji>t. 113>, ������), Cora������iUii Ko*l. LodJo:i, "  Bns'.md. '  2MB NBW reKHOHJIEMPIDy. M.I. N-3. M4L  fTHERAPIOhBK!t������.������  *RMl lUCCM'i CURBS CIIKONIC WKAKNMS, LOST VIQQt  A VIU, KIDNEY.   ULADliRR, DISC.l.iKS,  BI.OOD   rOISOH,  fit.-ES, mthi'.h no, imuauisifi or u.\u. ||, rojr 4 cxt  VOIIOftltA CO, N, SCKKM.IN SIT, US.W YOlUCnrLYUAN Btcm  Eoito.'iTu. wm rf. mn PneG noon to nn. Lx curo  Un.Co.IUvsiisTocisllD, ihsh-stkai), London, Una.  MVMKWnXAOIl-ttrAS'lKI.KSSll'OllMDV   K.tY to TAKB  THERAPIONUffl.^  KI THAT TRADE  UAKKltD WUII)  'THRKAFIOM' It OH  IT. OOVI.IUUr A--JXXD TO AU DKNUIMX f ACXSTK.  Self-Filluig. - Fountain Pen  FREE FREE  A\'i* will tniiil \'i*.n nb.'iblutolv free of  nil "Iiiii'k.*, oi if ni'ii'-iiillnij- l-'i'tiuirilii l'on,  millil lilni'k itibbi'i' bnrri'l, HI: *.'f������!d plaunJ  ill'. 'I'll": Im ii i: ..-*;*.,-il K; any J1,;,0 to  JS.00 vtiliu-N anil l-.t i,-Hnr;tiiU-.>(l In overs*  tvny. Tn pi1' .0 11-.1; pm, v. rile lis to-  iluy tor I", i'ii**' ".'���������' n'- i.'ir l..<i.'itiful "Or-  li'iilnl l-'fic.lu'i I cii'iiir.i'." H.'li ilii-ni nt  \Do, meii, ii'tH.-n nn tit. inoii.-v ami tlio  pi ii !n .voiii-N hy (���������'���������linu iiwil. Wi- ,-irii {(if.  li ibi'i i''iii-u|-:ili!o valu.* i'i.i* n llinlli-tl  1'*ip only lu iiiin-ilin'u tii..i in*w (ii-H'utiif.  Address,, WESTERN LABORATORIES,  115 MnniiM'/** Si-nut, Wlnnlneoi Man.  PATENTS  FeMii'.'.'-loiiK.'iilHli &���������. Co., f Iciul Olllco,  K'.llg   SlICCl,    IJllHl,   'J'tJl-Uliltl.   (.'ftllltllll  To Make Men Jealous  lie���������As a  ncN ynu ini! full of pre*  .-li'ii'fe.     .Vow, why i!u wuiitfii "always  )(lss ench other?  .Shu���������Oh,   Hiiii',- Mily   to  luiiki'  you  1111*1*1 Ji'iilmirt,  l-'lhi.'l ���������1 ilo hii*.".; tirac... will inarry  eiigcnlciilly. ���������'  "  (,'iaiu*��������� \\ ii.. .'  IM.'l'.i I' .������;!! !..-' * -. 7,.y,:ihu/  Ycnuul h-ioli t" mii'vl'.-j' !i'*i conl:|nj; and  plnno "iliiyl'iK,  Preferred Another Placi  Two ministers, Presbyterian and  Methodist, were taking a walk along  .a railroad track one day, discussing  good-naturedly .the points of difference of tlieir respective creeds. Presently, coming' to' the 'yawning mouth  of one of those- long tunnels for which  this road is- famous, the Methodist  suggested that they should go in.  They had gone 'out a shoii distance  when the Presbyterian brother- exclaimed with sudden determination: 1  am' going to get out of here. What  if a0train should come along? -. Oh,  well, .responded the 'ether, with a  twinkle which his companion could not  sec. What .is to be. will be; you  know. Ves, was the-retort, but 1  don't want it to'be in here!  Mr.de a Hit  A comedian in a Pari.? theatre recently made .. great hit out of a painful incident. While indulging in a bit  of horse-play 6'n the stage he acci;  dentally, stn'iol-* his head violently on  one of the pillars'on the stage, On  hearing the thud, everybody uttered a  cry,   *  JNo grcat_bann.done, .siii.'. he. Just  Jtiaud-imi-ft-towcl^a-fvlasS'Ci^uitcivaiul-  a salt cellar.    .,  ���������  These .were brought ,an.i he sat  down, folded the' towel in the form d-  a. bandage, dipped it in the glass,.emptied the salt-cellar ou the wet part.  Having thus-prepared a compress, according to prescription, and when  evcooody expected he would.apply it  to. his fo:-head he gravely arose a,"d  lied' it.around the pillar.-  says: "In the summer of in 12, as the  result, I think, of hard wcrk, I was  completely run down and-found it no-  cessary to quit work. I slept poorly,  and what sleep 1 did get did not seem  to rest me, as 1 was constantly tired.  My appetite was poor and fickle, and  niy nerves iicstrunjj. I had treatment  from a doct:**. for some time, but il  did not scorn to'help mc, and having  heard a great deal about Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills I .decided to try them. In  ihe course of a few weeks after beginning the Pills I picked up wonderfully, and was libit- to return to work  feeling like a" new man. I have not  had a day's sickness since, and naturally am now n lirm believer in Dr.  Williams' Pink PilJ*."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will work  the same beneficial results in any  other tired, worn-out.worker if given  a fair trial. 1[ yoii cannot obtain the  Pills from your dealer they will be  sent post paid al 50 cents a box or six  boxes for ?2.C0 by writing The Dr.  'Williams' Mt liciiu Co.,- Broekville  Out.       ..        . ,  ' Laiijii'.ge Stud}  In J'JuroDc tow'men or . men who  claim to be educated are, content to  speak only their mother tongue. Modern languages arc taught in all good  schools for women, and on the Continent, il is not uncommon for both men  and women to be familiar with three  languages,  . In tlio United States and in Canada  it Is comparatively rare that a speaking knowledge ot any but the English  longuo is possessed, aud.no ono consider.-, it .a disgrace or oven a disadvantage lo bo ignorant of French, German or Italian.  If our exclusive study of our mother  tongue t-'oiidereil us all more proudeul  in its use, this might be  poiisatlon I'or the wain of familiarity  with another, There aro fow who will  contend thai the educated American  or Canadian --peaks more carofully or  correctly than the English lady or gentleman who cau converse in another  language.  When a foreign laiiguago is stud'Oil  it is usually from books only. Wo  learn lo read and perhaps to w:lw,  hut nol to think in n foreign language,  or oven to get tho full thought of nuothor.       ������������������"���������'  There Is n movement In Uu'led  Stilton high Kt'hools and unlvorsiti.'s  to *ilslt In 1'ortigii coiinti'ici- wiuio  they can perfect themselves in tlio  study of tlio languages t!'.oy Ium- un-  ilM-liilieii to tench. No ouo cun doubt  that Hiicli a i-ehoiui', il' feasible, wu'ild  bo of Hie grt-.'iti'Sl ndvnnliiu'e, not ro  loaelu'i'b only, but to pupIlH.  Out of lhe Mouths of Enbes  l.lt'ln boy, mild tlio minis' r, I hope  you do not read  ihoso   ivlcked tlliiu-  novels.  Not me, I'l-i-lleil the wlno youiigstor,  I know wh-'i'..' lo get woi'i-'t- oii-'h for u  nickel,  ��������� Frog Consumption in Europe vo  l''ar from being unpopular as some  persons erroneously maintain, the demand in France for this quaint dish  tends to become greater and greater  every day. The green, or. common  frog is the kind most in request, for  culinary purposes, and unquestionably, forms :f very favorite and'" delicate dish, "especially when prepared  by .first-class   cooks.      Frogs  are  an  .excellejii fooiJ-;_tiifiy_ar-e��������� nourishing.  and savory. They are light, agreeable  to lhe palate, and suitable to the most  delicate stomach. ' This is why they  aro given to invalids iu'J-'raucc. Only  the-hind legs are eaten and these are  cooked in almost as many different  ways as omelettes.. They are usually  made into li stew or fried in the. pan  by the working, classes iu Paris. Exquisite nourishing soups aro also made  in France' from frogs.  * The demand i'or frogs is, greater  with Provincials than it is with Parisians; tho reason for this is attributed to the fact that Parisians are becoming more dainty. Frogs are next  to unknown both In Normandy and  Britanny: in the north of France, tho  quantities of frogs ��������� consumed chiefly  by the Avell-to-do classes, are enormous. Whereas only the legs arc oaten  In.Franco, in Italy and Oerinany���������-noted as, frog-eating countries���������the animal is consumed wholo .' Iter being  previously skinned and cleaned, In  iho south ol! France frogs are roared  In-special parks oyster-fashion.  Photographic BJIets  K a photograph of a spreading bullet could be f ken the priut,, would probably show a spaco like a body of water marked bugs, each having, a ripple iri its wako. Photographs of projectiles have bee-) snapped.in time of  peace, but it is doubtful if the .camera  ever caught one as it sped on"its mission of death A bullet speeding'at  the rale of '1000 feet a second, which  is more than :o<X miles an hour, makes  a great disturbance in the atm-*sphere  and creates air waves, which of courso  are invisible to the naked* eye. ,  If you draw a stick through tho water it, cause Jiltle eddies and waves  to trail behind i*. The -Jasier.. you  draw the stick tlie more waves and  the wider the angls will il,leave. The  slower the stick is drawn the fewer  waves. Just so the bullet. Jf it is  travelling slowly no waves can be  photographed as apparently there are  none. It Is only objects travelling at  a .terrific apctil that create any appreciable air waves.  Photographs of a bullet going al. a  rate of speed less than' l-'OO feet" a  second'show no air-waves at all. This  Is an interesting scientific discovery.  Hut anything cutting through ihe air  at. a great er rale than ihis disturbs  the atiuorphoie to such' great extent  thai air waves: are formed and can ' o  photographed.  '    .  SHIPPING   FEVER  ������nl.u������iy.t j,ii-,!; c-ye, epizootic distemper, find all- nose nnt!*-=  '.i>-i'o;it (Psru*,..* cured, and all others, no matter how "cx-  I'osctl." kept from .havinf- any of these diseases with  M'OUN'S i.IQUli) DiSTKMPEit CURE. Three* to six  (.uses often cute a.case. One bottle guaranteed to do so, *  Cost ihlrs for biood mares. Acts on the blood. 60c. and  JI a bottle. JO and 911 a dozen bottles. llrugKlsts and  harness shops. Distributors���������ALL WUOLESAI.t* DUL'U-  CMS'l'S.  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO., Chemists. Goshen,  Indiana, U..S.A.-  ������  D  D  Y������  S  -  w  A  8  VS  H  B  0  A  R  Save  D  Time  S  ��������� nd Tempe  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  Have a Special Crimp That  Makes Washing-Very Easy.  Are Easy  on Hands  and    Clothes  E  D  D  Y������  S  W  A  S  H  B  O  A  R  D  S  Houses Euilt Without Nails  In Alberta there rjs- a village, of.  houses which'hnvo been constructed i  without nails. As a matter of fact,  little or no hardware of any character has entered into their 'construction.  These houses have been built, by Rulli-  enian inunigrains and their architecture is quite novel. v Their lirst attempt  at house' building arc usually of tho  kind they had been accustomed to over*  in Europe, and their buildings are of  the typical Itulhonian style���������los, pitch-  roofed, (hatched and wide in llie  eaves. In-many cases these buildings are put up without ' a dollar's  worth of hardware. Even the door, an  affair of slender twigs woven and  laced .together, swings on home-made  hinges and is-latched with a wooden  hasp. Tho. iloor is of hewn logs, \m-  iiailod. The roof, as the favorirc'ltus-  siau. roof always is, is a wonderful  fabric: of polos and cross-woven wheat.  tJraw' ]0 inches thick, packed tight  and solid, nnd laid Willi such care  that, il will stand the wcafhe^ for  i'O years.  HAS BEEN AN  UNTOLD BENEFIT  NEW JJRUNSWICK  WOMAN  PRAISES DODO'S KIDNEY* PILLS   "  To keep your truces in best condition, use  *&$ VI  Eureka Harness Oil  It sinks into the leather and keeps it soft-'  v and strong.    Free from acid.  r /              T       .  In convenient sizes.   Dealers every where.  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winnipeg'                                        Toronto'                                 St. John  Vancouver                                      Montreal                                 l-ialifivs  Ap;des a Luxury in tho States  E'.crywL^re among the dealers one  can road "three apples for a dime,"  and in many places the rosy fruit, it  marked with r. .nickel apiece, savs the 1 3tu-J "������������������* 'rf,f-  Utica Globe. How changed this is ^P^'jt ������?  from those old days when one co.tl.l r^j" ^"A���������'"',  buy a peck of apples for 10 cents or  a barrel for ?1.2S. Not many years  ago an orange .was worth four or live  apples, but now it is cheaper an.i it  is not wortli ono. There was once a  time' when an ordinary family wjuld  have several barrels of apples in the  cellar, or in a bin in. the garret, for  winter use. But thoso days are gone  and e\cu a good apple pie hr..-, reached  the altitude of a luxury. And then  tlie way they arc sold���������in boxes in  rows or each apple wrapped -in paper  to attest its value. Wo don't- know  that these ai\; really days ol progress  when a barve' of apples belongs to  the aristocracy. '!  Old Sore., '.'.iin*ps  in Uriojt Grc-'t'n.  removril an j ll.  cd hy a s.tcr-lc   ,  Home. Treatc-enl  escribe the trouble, we wil!"/;cnti  monialsfrce.  XHi*. CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Limited  10 Churchill Ave.. Toronto,  * v--s  . :*  Minard's'Linimenl Cures Burns, Etc  Corns    cause    much r.ufl'oiin-.;. but  omo com-flTolloway's Corn Cure offers a speedy,  sure, ar.d sat'sfticlory relief,  Mamma- -Now; loin, y* i should he  pollii- uud otter uraiidui.. a share of  your blrlluin������ ut.uly.  1.1'tie loin ���������I would, mn m inn, if I  was sure she'd be polite mid not inko  nny.  Father as <i Board of Parole  Father (left in charge)���������No, you  cannot liavj any moro cuke, (Very  seriously')---Do you know what I shall  have to On if you go on ninklns tlmt  dreadful nolle?  Little Cjlrl  (BobbliiK) -Yes.  Father���������Well, what is it"  Lit tlu Girl--(llvo ine sVuu-- more  cnlio.  And she was quite rL'....  Catsup  A riuliool boy, asked lu wrlto an .-  say on cntfi, miule the following suite-  'lll'Mll.t  flail*, that's mado for lit��������� 1 o boys and  Klrls to maul mul tour** Is called Mai-  tt'Hu cats. Somo cats arc known  by Uiolr uiu-im* puri'S'. they are called  l'uivlon cats. Cuts with, very bad  lenipcrs Is en Hod Aliunde cntu, Soni'v  times n very line cat is cnllod a .Miin-  uillo'il, ' Cut,) with very deep, feel-  Ilia** Is t'lilli'd Feline cuts!  Contrary  KnK-li  I).*..',  tlio  ik-iiil.-  t th-  II  y om  tooth?  Knack-  -Yrs,  but  llf  ���������im't  nia l.o  thoin nil  viKht  ,  Ihe vr-rnn-  l-i'tu'l. \yua  Stniiwly ciioiikIi, nolle . the on-  pressed hns    t.iif'-i'i at*, il    tim eminent  ll,', 111 frlnp  III   lli'ii-,*.  Fiif-laiiil will try for tin south pole  -inula.., Hhc doesn't believe thai  Aiiiniiiini-ii I'M awny with lt.  Try   Murine   Ejfa    Remedy  IC yon inwc Kurt, Woafe, Watery Byw  'nr Onini'ht**-'! I*\v*lir|-. Hoc,n't Smart  '���������Sooth-*���������*. liyc Vain. tHiiimhif ,-SyIl  Murlno liyc Hemedy, *Ur-i)l'l, 25e, 50e.  Hiuint, hyc Snivel in Ascpilc 'Yulits,  25c,  50C.    Bye  Hon-!-*-   Free  by Wall,  l#n tlia 1'tnll On-id Ur AII*Cy*> thai Hit* *wi  IKufl������4 10-V9 Rst-i-idi- Co.   Ch'.caja  Time Abused  Willie    niiililli-'d    nn   n>\  An, cryiiiK.     A Hti-aiiKcr'H  lUtll lltAl,  What Is ih*.- matter, my Utile mnn?  sho itoutly iiHlied, I Ins ���������.ouiebody  been '"iiKlni* you?  No, nia'iun, tinsv.'ei'od the lonrful  bov, I hiiVf Just ho"\\ puulslit'il for  iiiaUin*' (loiilM in the jiinrbhi stop.  Wliy, that wawi'i so i'oriou������ unless  tho doiilH mc very laiw, responded  the Hyuipiilhotlc womnn. Mid you  miilio thom wllh n haiiiiiK'i?  No.  iiiu'imi,  was  the sturtlln������  Joinder of \v llie,     1 did It with  re-  pa-  W. K. u. os:  ll.l j  .iu.;i,  Tlu-y ;.A': .-he'., iiivtiy.  Lei  in,.'. lell  }oii     WJum  on it street car the advert!  lOUtl   iil.**.i.  Uo lit"*- a sri'U  Our f.ajHi; in  Ui.- lU.w- a*.  A biiMt*re*| ion*:  Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Dayn  I'l'iiKiiht*-  refiiiul    moiiL-y    If    l'AZO  OINT.MMNT falls    to   cine    Itohlng,  llllud,   Uli't'tlliii- or  I'mli'tiillni"  I'll'**.  .''ll'Ht  UpJllICalfHIl   lit VOS   I'OllOl.     00o.  lf Clroci'P ml TtiiUoy are koIiik to  ln-HUi a, naval imiuunt; war int'ie niu  nol bu much lul'i of oilhoi* t-oiiuli-y t.*.\-  cept t'lii inortpiiM.cs.  Th(���������!'<* tiro nciirly As (liou^iiinl pni-  fi-SHlntitil ftirc-ttci-u In Onium* ulm  nro iitiHOclaltd wiih various t..-i.-liiiii,i|  Hoi'lolies.  If ovr.rpripulitlloii In China Is an evil  then (hi' I'vcciilloimr I*- one of th.' ce-  If-Hllul. ri'pul'lic's most iiK.i'l'iil clli/t.iin,  for ho 1������ reporlo;! to luivi- I'liiuliiitled  She Suffered for Fou.' Yeara and the  Doctor   Could   Not   Help   Her,   But  "Dodd's   Kidney   Pills     Gave   Her   a  New Lease of Life.   ,  Porton, Carieton 'Co., N.I': (Special).���������"I find Dodd'. Kidney Pills the  best kidney medicine f havo ever  used,. They have been of untold ben-  eilt to me."*  The speaker is Mrs. John S. Dickinson ot thij, place. She is ��������� enthusiastic in her iiraises of'the great. Canadian kidney remedy, and not without  reason.  "I suffered from kidney trouble that  slnrtcd iu a cold," she continues, '���������'and'  for four years 1 was-novor free of it,  I was treated by a doctor, but he did  not seem to be able to do mo much  good.  , "I had rheumatism and neuralgia,  and'my joints were stiff; i ly muscles  cramped, and I was always tired and  nervous. 1 perspired freely, with tlio  BliKliiost exertion, l was depressed  and 1 had drr.ssliiji sensations across  the IoIiib.   '  "Nine boxes of Dodd's Kidney iMUa  mado a new woman of'me."  Are not Mrs, Dickinson's uymploins  thoso of any run-down, worn-out womnn? Tlioy arc also lho symptoms' of  kidney disease. Dodd's Kidney Fills  give now life to run-down women by  eui-Ins their kidneys.   ���������  -7" ��������������������������� ���������. ���������  IVIinard't* Liniment Relievo-: Neuralgia.  Three Wise Monkeys  Little clay models of the tinco  wlso monkey!' are finite common '.a  tho now world though the idea coiiios  from Japan, Thoy sit lu a row, tho  lirst with ills liuiiilri over liin mouth,  tho HOcoud wiili his eyes covei-ed, and  fho 111 lid wiil, nis lui mi ou'i' his ears,  The moral ll.oy tonuh Is:  "Speak nn evil, si'o no evil, lir-ar no  ovll."  Soiiiotlme,-', (he: am doRci-lbod cs  "Tlirt-D wise nioiik.-yi- witli their eyes  sluil to evil, ears thut hour only the  liKlil, llpn Hint are diililb I.- .scandal,  Thoy Hit in thoir silent inl������ht."  In Japan tlio nioiikcy is called Ko-  t-hlii,  nioaniii<;  a  dolllcatioii  of  thai,  day nf the month  which t-oi-ri spotuhi  lo Ilio lli'iy-suioiiih loi'iii of tho Chin-  I'rio Hi'MiKonury oyoir, .wliiot  Is known  in Mir Jiipaiit so. um Ka-tK'-e-.a!tl,    The  llltj'Hi'Voiilh day is known an tiio dny  of llu.' nioiilcty, ur.il ht reprotifiitoil by j  ilii'oe    monkeys,   called   i'urt|ioc(iv������>ly i  "tti-yiiriiwii,"  "kikiiKiirn,"    nnd    "l\sa-'  mi 1*11," inciinliiij- (lit* lil In.  monkey, the  doiif inoiikoy, and tlm dumb monkey.  There Is n vory beautiful rcproKoii-  tiitlon of tills doi'iy lu the Triuplo. ut  NlUUn, lylni" norihwntd of Japan, rlj-ht  iiinonuiM the iiiiuiniiiliis, Mnuv uro  tho nativoa wlm pay noiiuuio to tlit'iio  r-.i. i*.. A&t: itiliii.i *.-���������-.       *i, t.t.,, i.. (** i >->*. .'* i *.  tloiu; of the nioiik'i-y,-- carvoil in juIoih'  hIiiIih nro amonKi-t tho most usual objects ot devotion in tho more rural  diiUrk't*' of Japan,  are  ood  Cub���������I suppose the three -'It's  still the essential foundation for a  newspaper?  Kditor���������Not on your life! It's the  three "S's" nowadays.  Cub--Three "S's?" _ *    *  Editor���������Yop. We've V>1 lo have a  snappy editorial writer, snoopy reporters and a snippy society editress.  EXCELSIOR  LIFE INSURANCE CO.  A  Assets  '    $3,620,621.36  Insurance  $19,290,983.15  Desirable Openings to Sell  THE.NEW.EXCELSIOR  POLICIES  For Agencies . Apply    to    Provincial  Offices: Winnipeg, Edmonton,  ,   Saskatoon, Vancouver.  Iu  IP  Old Fraud���������Aud after Hoa.'.'ns about  on tho spar for three wholo days, 1  was finally washed ashore, sir.  Gent (unimpressed)���������Ah, and it  would hurt you to bo washed ashore  again, either,  Wi-iUii!*"   to   Charlie?  Yos.  1 thought he was engaged to Helen.  Ilo. writes to toll nie that Helen has  I hrown him overboard, so I am drop-  pint* hi*   a line.  'His Speech  .  There are somo parts of your speech  that 1 find hard lo understand,  Point 'cm cut, replied tho ureal  statesman, and I'll rewrite the olher  porlloir. I intended tlie cnlirc  speech to be thai way.  was   liobcit's   Ilrst,, visit   to   lho  of lho animals  It  Zoo.  What, do yon llilul.  iiu'liilred Uncle lien.  After a crilii.-al inspection of the .exhibit the hoy replied:  I  think  tho kiinjjnruo and  ihe elephant should cluiiiKC tails,  THE WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS  M THE WORLD'S DIGESTION  From the captain of industry to tha  hod carrier���������from milady in the auto to  the woman with the scr-ibV-im* brv.sU���������  the accomplishments of every one of iif  depcud absolutely on the accomplish,  meats of our stomachs. Hacked by a  flood digestion, a man can give lhe best  that is in hiui. When his stomach fails,  he becomes a weakling;.  To this loss of power no one need  submit. Right' habits of eating,  drinking*, slcepinj- and exercise, aided  1 by Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, will  restore and maintain tlie full efficiency  of the human miud and body,  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tabid.** contain  the active principles needed for tho  ditfcstion of every kind of food. They  go to the assistance of the weakened  stomach, and enable lhe sufferer, right  from the start, to assimilate aud get tha  benefit of the food eaten. With thi*  assistance, lhe digestive orga-irs ref-ain  their tone, and soon tlie use of the tablet* '  is no longer necessary,  -If your stomach is not workitif- properly, try Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet*.  50c. at your dru-ff-ist's. Nalional Drug  and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,  Montreal. \m  -if���������iv '.  ���������- *.:  /'  1  '���������   .  ���������1'---  '��������� Ay  -'   -r-  *.  Vei'-'tlle  The vicar advertised for an organist tlio other day.     Amor.:* Uu* replies  Pills for-Nervous Troubles. - Tho '"'' 1'0('ol(!!"1 ,wi,H 'ho foIIowiiiR:  stonuioli is (!���������.������* centre of the nervous ,),!:u' i-'r- l 1,olit'*-> t,1.ilt >'������'i liavu u  cystom. and whi'ii lhe stomach hub- j vncimcy for nu organ-st r.nd i.m.-io  ponds healthy action the rosull is mnn* V'"''u''''. (,[[U'\V ,.* rv ������1' B<;"tU*m������ii.  ii'est in dbdiii-baiifi's of tlm norvr-i-. Ii'i ,1,vil,������ bc,L',11 *'0'1' 01' Bf?Vf,|lil >'���������''"������' *������  ullowcd tu poridst, nervous debility, n ! l,,,������ ,u apply mi* the -luwmuii.  diiiiKoroiiH ailment, may ensiio.     Tho-1 '"    ���������  Ilrst oonsiilcratioi    |s lo   11 stoic   the j Poor Heathen  Kioiiu.oh lo propel- uclloii, nml llioro ls|     I  found a  tribe in Africa, biiiil tho  no roadlt'i- roiuedy for-tliis I linn l-ann-i cxploror, thai had tibsoliiioly no Idea  (���������Ice's Yciii'tiiblp I'lllt-i. Tiio Hiindtt o;itiui' niornllty or iniinornlity,  iittoiit (h������ virtue of thos.- pills in cur-      Tlmt'a   ItiiorcstliiK,  v-uii]  Inn  nervous disordi'i'H,  Good One-Third'  Aunt (roprovlnnly) -Willie, hmv '1.-*  it Hint Mill uie HUi'h a had liny all the  time?  \\'llli''--l ali'i, I'm nul-'fti pmt of  lll������' liuio.  Put Out of Bylne-i*.  Tf������*-"-|:i - Money nial:.1!', lb.  .li-woii-- Xiil no, my frlein.  Uiniolilb- has iiiiiile lho mare  nun' ko,  llie uu-  l'iifi'",iinil������lliu.- aiui* is now ono of the  Hil**!' artlviUcH in llnaiii'liil ���������.���������livle.-.  Iiiiiiitic, but  plays?  what did  lhe;  the  .mild  do   for  . ruiwfoi' ��������� Tli.'i'o'K no   il-.iubl    lho  vvlsi- iIiIiik I si to praclioo ec*.Mioiiiy.  Ciiibshiiw--lint iIiIh Ih ai. extra va*-.  ulll uuo, did \M Hiri-iil lo be out of  piai'ino.  V r  4-  A'  tl  I  Yciy i'-'i'. (iitarii'lh nr iiilMiiiiifthiiiiid"  Inj^ nre lixed 'up < ath;fu*-io,':!.' by  iiii-uiih 01 11 ri'vohfi'.  Take I'iire of the penults, uml-m fur  tin' dollai'H, wi',1, nnmo liind lrloiid  will inlif i-iifi- nl1 tht'iiv for ��������� oil.  SMOTHERING OF ASTHMA STOPS QUICK  THOUSANDS CURED BY "CATARRHOZONF."  if  *\,lA><)   iii-lr.ullK   In   n   jiitn  tho l.'..-.t yoiir.  Hard Pressed 1  Hay,   I'.illn-, i.immle *.t  bit" ������' y*-r'  c; mly, will yi 1.'        '' i  Niiw, 1 ivon'i.     Whi Ao lue mo tax'  and di- tarin' unci-rlalnty .''rn oblls'-d  to it'treiicli o-i 111   oliaiitio;:.  ,     ti,.,.  n.f.- ������ ���������_  Chi*.nlc A.thir.a  In flight  wan it you diiln'i (.l.j.-ci  ,1  I In-  liv'VuluK* Inir olti'..-i  iiorV  (111   Dili:'.,   '.,'���������:('  !. I   U\0  f;iS-  split h;ilrs lu tint   ir.;:i-  NuililiiR y I iih*.'ovorotl (.-nn oiupart'  with t'atiii-i*ho/,"i'.o In luul, u**;!}* cati..-i  ot A.stl;tnii.  Ciiiin-liii/.or.i h;. the tine rom,*������ly that  cun ln������ s.-nt diilcklv and direct fo : II  j,.ii��������� ui 1 In- Lic'tliiiw ap.-iaiii'ii:;.  Tin <'fi'<"-t ."Htm Culiii-rhi./iii!-** In a  iptti'l. oin*���������1 on lii'l tn'i" r in ������() tune  --keep tip tl.o ilootl ism-li, .ve t'.tturc-  h'.-'on.) a.; ilJr.-v-l'.d and yin ?/.t v,-*li  tii-r, win- li, whi-ii t.0 rfioniiiivitlly combined, liUHl,. C;(t;tvrlli.V'ono a Vifif.tblo  itpiTllic    for    .'.vWiu;!,    t'.i";tri'h    and  Ill'OllchlllM,  i'ven tlioiinli 1.1:.liy olli't i*. :ni-:i;������."i  iinit- fallod-1 \cii ifoiifili >��������������������� 1 ate dis-  ('<uii'ii>:'-;l mil blue cli.-"-r u:������ 10 i tiy  rii'inn'iii-n il- in day. \\ 1,  . tlly Inn- ilmr  (nt olio r-  lim    i,t*.   lu   ,������' > 1 lupin i������   1 * ������������������  Ciitiiri iin'o..'   i.i   tt t al  A dlar will buy .1 e '.f.ipl*-'.-  t*''  ii  \ ill i.ii-c'y  n.-o  if.'.'Y  ]f your oar  ,i������ t'avtii i.an til yoa i"  ir. cniabie, if any'bint-!���������>::> l'ni"ui  ,lt    MOM,--    IV.  it'.  *   I   C���������Mv 1       *'    ���������' '  'i'.lt Yir..i   IV! j      I'OtalljtC! ll  h OVi'f lull f-tvli.  -.i.e-.r.:; 0;  Atilttua, it will In- ('���������(���������.-imio'.'i.iii". 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Till not hold  itself
.r rho opinions of oth-
a-'pfeiir -in its columns
���*��� time.
���J.SK WATS a.   ���
��� i   7. i*. hcroby giv��n tbat Es'ini-
.oftiaio Railway, of   Viotoria,
i. O   ..        \i'v tt-r a liccr-ci' to tako snd
v.- loO.t'. ��� ���-.ill'tnii per 21 houtu, ot wtter
*-���** f Ti -1. *���**. Or��el', -nliich il""-,s ia  a
.-r"\    V.r;ion   through   Nowc'istlfc
.    .     ..-'. otnu'i .* ii-to Straits, nt Geor-
: ! s we-i  ui  V>m  Qua'a-urn
''������nter \t\ I he div. rtid nt *i900**
-(���.it   rnilw-y and v. ill bo im*d
'   ���   --.'.jilway 111 pos-. a on the l-nd
��� r-. l*.;tilwiy Riyh. ot V,':.y.   Tliii
tpt-uioitho (jr6uud ofi. the
" .'.ir-'i. 1913.     "ths ujipUculiiB
:i th- .*>$;- *f fie Wattr Ui-
,-i-c::', IV ("J.    ObjflCUouu mny
* I.-*, :.he r,r.'d Wftirr Rsc:nlor <r
-��� p* r*��lli r of Water Rights,
i-aiAAi-'W, Vict. ri�� B. G.
*-.'>. **?&'NAKA1 MO RAILWAY
"���    H. S. BEASLKY
* . -     - r.iy7
iN,i-!UC..rx !Y  i ni'Rl" OK
enor Tyfioti deceased, intestate,
...       AND'
IN'TIIE "MATTER of tlio ������Oiil-
���jial Administrators Act.".
TAKE NOTICE tlmt by order
of* His Honor Judge Barker,
mado tho 5th uay of Novenihor,
11313, I. was appointed Adminis-
tratui* of the., Estate of tho abovo-
niontioived deceased, and all par-*
ties haviujr claims against tho
said estate ar�� horeby required to
furnish snmo. propeily verified,
to me on or before tlio 13th dny
Deceinhor, 10l3. AND all jiar-
tius indebted to said' 'estate, aro
vcqnired to pay tbo amount of
their indebtedness to mo ��� forthwith.
Dated tliits llth day of Noveni-
>er, 1013,       '     ',
W. AVrsr.Er Wii.i.akt),
Official A'diiiiiiistrato'*,
��� Cumberland, B. C,
H E" "
���O'ilC'K is bc-rtby f.i-.'on that Esqui-
��� *t i'i Non into ltailw.y,  ot "Victoria,
��� J -vill apply f t nlcncs tn take nnd
���. -e lOr-.OOO }**ll.ii)�� p-r 24 hours, of water
' 11  <i! Sandy Cretk, wnich flows in a nor-
arly r.j cctiott   ihrough  JTorcastls Dis-
'.,-::: ami imp ties into D.ep  Bay,  Hear
iiwt*. 1 Creek-   The wraW will be diver
-.d AfJliO" tip troam frmn Railway imd
' = ' l.e cif-d tor Ocoeral B'.ilway purposes
hi. laii'l iTeFctihed aa Railvvt-.y Right of
-ZJh,a_*n.iiieo_yi,.i'.ii pnetcd ou'   tho
-Y.'x   *-.  iho ".-A dy of Artil,  1913.
"'.'���   ,-��� j'i-.T tt'rnsi vill  \>��� ti?***.'. in tho  offica
-.-',, ������.Vi.w,- fU-r.fd -t, A Vinwriv. B. 0.
.,**->��� **  my ba t'ti'tl wUv'h*j ntiid
. f .- Ki-.oHer-r viit's  *.ha Coicv'-iollor
r'hlfj Rights,  Pirliamont. JUvlilineH,
'���"'i aril, B 0.
' A{;onk
��|illG .    my 7
Iiinwan deceased, intestate,  who
died al   Cumberland, H, C   on
June 25rh 1913. -
IN THE MATTER.of the   '-Official Administrators Act."
TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor Judge Barker,
made the 5th day of November,
1013, 1 was appointed Administrator of the Estate of tho above-
mentioned deceased",  and  all par
ties   having   claims
NOIICRJ w lmreby i*fiveo that K-t-ui-
imilt t'i ]?4ita)mo Kailw.ty of Victoria,
JI C. will R*)|!.|y fv\r a liuenoj to ta'(o aiul
���fine lOfl.OOOf-allrtns per 2*1 Iioum, ol M'nter ,
out of Hinfluo Cit��!.*, -vhidi flown in \\
n'ortl-oi-ly (tircetic-ti tlirr-\i*gh JS'��!boii D\b-
IrifiiiLtJ fcmptiffl inlo V.nyne Sonml rrfur
Tr.aV��l�� K;vor, Tlid tTat-tr will bo rtivct t>
Ht nOO'opittroitra from lUibvay find w 11 ho
un��il for Gonotiil Kuilwny -Jitrpotoa on ,<ho
\tnrl doBcribc-d ai ri>il*v��y right of way'J'his
notiea wtlfl --oito-rl nn who unillnd t>;i tlio
3rd dny ol April. li-U-'. The applio��tif*D
wiil lw ti)rt\ in T..�� tftlo~* of tho Water
ft'eof-dor, Viotnviu, !-).(.!. 0-ipotionn tuny
be filed u-ilK tht- ��%'d WAvi lU'oonlor oy
tv'ith *h-* C-'roptrolicr of Wn'iir Itii/hU,
f'+r)inY.ost Bailtlii**'?', VJotnrii, B. C.
\l K.     UASLKY
said estate are hereby required to
furnish Paine, property verified,
to me on or before the 18th of December, 1913. ��� AND aVl parties
indebted'toTaili estate iWtfi-e-
qnired to pay tlie aniennt of their
indebtednefs to me forthwith.
Dntod ihis llth day of November, 1018.
W. WlCbhHV Wir.L<VRD,  "
Olncial Administrator,
(J nm ber hi ml. B. C.
IN THE MATTER.of Daniel 0'-
UornJIjiileo known  as Daniel
. John O'Connelh dece.isod, intes-
late, wlio died at Capo Cemmer
ell, Rupoi't District on January
��� 20,11113.
'      '   'AND    *
IN T HE MAT rBtt Yi the "Offioial L
Adminwlraiorr* Ac'."- I
TAKE NOTr.CE lhat u-y oulwof J
IliH  iimio;   .!-i<J--s   liist'itM, ni;ulti[
the u.h tli.y A   Uovi,"*;il.iM',   VYY), I [
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l!i*i lu t.i'.v 0? '.'iM .'.li-iv :* tiif/itiudt'd I
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ciaima ni-jaii:*-; Hi.'/  i.,ul v>Ui(-j nm
ho why rn:u;r."'il  ?���* inrniidi   -'.nmt',
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AND [VM !K'{Y.\i
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CUMBERLAND  NEWS THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  A Woman Head of New York'������  Department     of      Correction.  T-U9S KATiriJIUKK 11. DATIJ3  ilissKatliorino B. Davis. LL. D. and  tlio bearer of mauy other honorary titles, has been appointed liead of the i  department of correction in New York  city. Miss Davis lias been in charge  of.. Bedford reformatory for Beveral  years. There she Instituted many successful reforms and is recognized as  oue of the leading authorities ou prisons and the reform of prisoners.  She was born iu Bochcslcr, N. Y.,  educated la lho public schools there  , and after graduation taught ti country  - school and*saved money enough lo pay  Lei* own way through Vassar college.  She graduated at the head of her class  nnd with such honors that the New  Knglaud Association- For the Higher  Education of Women chose her for  thoir European scholarship. ' Three  years were spent at the University of  . Berlin and at Leipzig and ono was  upent in studying sociological problems  - tn Bohemia, where she .wrote much for  the journal of Sociology.  , As commissioner of corrections Miss  Davis will have charge of the Tombs,  the seven district prisons in Manhattan, the penitentiary .at Ulackwell's  Island, the - workhouse on Hiker's island, the New York City Reformatory  ef Male Misdemeanants on Hart's island aiid the city prisons in Brooklyn  mid Queens. ,  -**   Miss Davis'has been ,'ictivoJjn_the_  J "vork of the Bockefeller bureau of so-  ,t'ial hygiene. *  -  She studied sociology both iir Ger-  ..lnainy ,and,,at Chicago;'university because of her--interest in the practical  . problem. What shall'be done with vi  clous and criminal women? She took  up reform work a dozeu yours ago,in  spired'by enthusiasm and equipped by  ' special study. Her 'enthusiasm communicated itself lo her assistants, and  the atmosphere nt Bedford reformatory is one of mutual helpfulness and  Inspiring hopefulness. .Miss Davis sets  lho girls lo work, and their teachers  work wllh them. They do (he garden  Jng.^iu't Jn the'ice. care for the lawns,  raise the pigs and ruu the dairy.  In the last year they have redeemed  i* swamp of soniii five acres, turning  ihe stream which watered It into a new  channel', driiiulng (lie land.and planting It wil li vegetables. ���������     '  When Alias Davis wanted some con-  crelo walks laid and had sci'iipcd to-  Bother enough money, to buy tho inn-  terlnls she called lier girlH together,  mid tlioy ..went out and tucked up thoir  Bkiria and mndo concrete walk**.  Miss Davit*' theory of.reforiiili'K,.de-  llii'iucnts la simple, but, so far as out;  can Judge by (ho results obtained al  Bedford, effective.  '���������Mnko tliein.Iinppy.** sho wild roceut-  ly, "'ind (lie rest Is easy. Virtue Is  largely a product of contentment, at  vk-it Is of discontent nud uioiiltil do-  lU'OHslon, which often, of course, come  from lack of proper menus of Hiistoiv  ii nee, Make gli-lu happy and you havo  taken llm first and longest step toward  uiuliIii*; them good,"  INVENTOR OF TUBES.  Sir William Crookes Has   Conferred  Great Benefit on Race.  x Sir William Crookes, who has been  elected president of the Royal Society, is in his eighty-second year.  His advanced age does not affect his  intellectual activity, and his life's  work has been such as to confer  honor on the great office he has assumed.  Sir William Crookes is a Londoner by birth, and studied under lho  famous Hoffman at theRoyal College  of. Science. At the early'' age of  twenty-two he became superintendent of the Meteorological Observatory at Oxford. Two years later he  married, and he regards this as one  of the- wiest things he ever. did. Ho  is a firm believer in early marriages,  for on one occasion he remarked:  "I have not the slightest hesitation  in saying that I believe married lifo  is conducive to longevity. It cannot  be disputed "that whatever tends to  increase.our happiness must exercise a very beneficial influence on  our health.  .As a result of his researches Sir  William discovered a new metallic  element, "thallium,"* and the ilrst  specimen was exhibited to the public  at the International Exhibition held  in London in 1S62.' The following  year he was elected a Fellow of the  Royal Society. Continuing his investigations, Sir William invented  the radiometer, which, ��������� though a  yery simple-looking glass lube, has  been of the greatest "service to science-* Sir William's name is linked  up with the invention of tubes of  various kinds, and the "Crookes  Tube" enabled Professor Kontgen to  discover the X-rays. .. _,  ���������  . The venerable .scieniist has been  an ardent photographer for nearly  sixty years, and is,.justly entitled to  be regarded as one of the pioneers  iu the art. His wife was usually the  victim, in his early days, and he was  accustomed to say to her "Sit!" to  which she replied, "It sounds like a  hen." Sir William Crookes has  written a number of scientific treatises, has beeu president of the  Chemical Society and president of  the Institute of Electrical Engineers,  aud amongst other distinctions is a  Hoyal Medallist and a Davy Medallist. , ���������  A Locust Swarm.  A novel experience for a newcomer to South Africa is to encounter a  locust swarm. To dwellers on the  High Veldt the sight is not unusual,  but one's first acquaintance with the  peat-is somewhat startling.  A party of "newly-outs" was taking the journey to the Victoria Falls.  When half-way across the Karoo, on  a bright, .sunny day, the sun suddenly became obscured, and lhe sky  seemed to turn black. - The ladies  screamed in alarm; they, thought it  STEERING BY WIRELESS.  Radio Directing Apparatus Ib Marvel  of Modern Torpedoes.  In the next naval, battle one of  the most effective weapons will undoubtedly be the Orling-Armstrong  torpedo, as it Is known, which can  bo steered by waves of energy transmitted through ether, much as wireless messages are-sent. Once thes*)  torpedoes are dropped into the water,  they can be sent in any desired direction, to left, right, or straight ahead,  just according to the will of the map  who is handling the controlling instrument ashore; ,',  Some astonishing facts about these  torpedoes are given by Mr. Archibald  Williams; ln "The Wonders of Modern Invention,'' Ho relates how, in  the first place, in order that the operator might be able to follow the  movements of the torpedo, and also  as a receiver for the* wireless waves,  a mast of some sort had to project  upon the torpedo's back.  "Sinco," however, this was so liable to be destroyed by the enomy's  fire, some better arrangement had to  bo thought of, and the Inventor, Mr..  Armstrong, has said that Is came to  him in a dream. It certainly was an  Inspiration, however it came, for his  Idea was to make the machine suck in  water, and then blow,it upwards in a  jet, just as the whale does when lt  comes to the. surface to hrc&the. This  water mast answers ideally, so it is  said, for receiving the wireless control, and it is quite evident that the  enemy might blaze away at it all day  long without inflicting tho slightest  harm upon it.- "     . '  ."Another curious "feature ot this  torpedo���������is the way in which It is designed to avoid (orpedo nets  which are intended to keep it at  "arm's length" awtfy from a big ship.  On striking such netting, il for a moment reverses its engines; then it  goes ahead again, but steers itself  downwards; after a while rising again  inside the netting, lf all goes as arranged, it. should come up just at the  right angle to strike a deadly blow."  Mr. Williams, however, points out  ''that' torpedoes have not proved very  successful in modern v&rfaJVe, and he  uentions the fact that in the llusso*-  Tapanese War they did comparatively  little damage. On the other hand,  mines in several instances blew great  battleships io absolute destruction, in  .v few minutes.  The fault seems to lie in Ihcfaci  Lhat the torpedo cannot carry a sai'j-  cicntSquantity.of explosives.to create  any great damage, and according to  Mr. Williams, "if anyone can improve  upon it so as to make il of greater  explosive strength, there is a "fine  chance for him." . '  Viscount Becomes Curate;  Viscount Mountmorres was ordained- the other, day by the Bishop of  Winchester;and.appointed to a cur-  FABLES OF FORTUNE,  Recent Stories of Poor People Who  Become Suddenly Rich.  Now and again, of course, it happens that a person Js suddenly raised  from poverty to affluence by some unexpected bequest, but lt may be safely  eaid that the stories of fabulous fortunes being unexpectedly left by rich  uncles, are, in the majority of cases,'  fiction. We have a striking illustration of this in the recent story, which  afterwards proved to be quite bogus,  of tho charwoman who, it was said,  had been left $125,000. lt appears  that about two months ago a report  was circulated from Yorkshire lhat  Miss Sarah Anu Davidson,- of Red-  mire, Yorks, had left an estate, expected to amount to over $1,000,000,  and that,she had bequeathed ?125,-  000 ,to a washerwoman named Faw-  celt. Asa matter of fact, Miss David-  Bon's estate was proved at $90,000,  and there was no bequest either to  Mrs. Fawcelt or to any washerwoman.  There was a parallel case in August last, when a laborer named-Tuns-  tall was reported to have inherited a  fortune of something like 51,000,000.  from his father-in-law, who had died  In Australia. Many romantic stories  were told ot Tunstall at lhe time,  and tho sceptics scorned fo have beeu  silenced when it was announced that  Tunstall had sailed for Australia to  take over his wonderful fortune. The  sceptics, however, were right, and the  whole bottom of the story was knocked out when Tunstall suddenly returned to Bolton with no money.'  In some cases il is dillicult to say  why these stories of fictitious fortunes are circulated. There are times,  however, when they enable systematic frauds to be carried out. There  was the case, for instance, of a woman in a Midland town in England  who assiduously spread the report  that sho had-inherited a fortune of  $500,000 irom a relative Svho had  died in New Zealand. On the strength  of this report she borrowed money,  ran up .largo bills with local tradesmen, fleeced her friends to the extent  of several hundred pounds, and then  disappeared. It was ultimately discovered lhat she had inherited no fortune. Nor was there any prospect of  her being bequeathed as.much as a  five-pound note, aud the people  whom she had swindled were left lamenting.  ' lt may be remembered, too, that  Violet Charlcsworth practiced ������ similar deception by announcing thai .she  was coming Into a fortune^of $750,-  000 when she , reached the age of  twenty-five., She was sentenced do  live years' penal servitude, afterwards  reduced ������'o three,years, tor couspinng  and obtaining money, by false' pretences. "  Smm   C0ATS'  Interenting Pr������dictIo������s by a Frtshlon  Authority.  "Tiro filiortoiil-ii*; of tlio eon I length  Ih iwtk'onlih*," snyti tho Dry UooiJh  KcononilBt. "Tlio now contn ftVfinigu  nut shorter tliun thirty-sir IneiiCM, l-'or  intoi' wo It In oxiiocted Hint uuuiy  will bo considerably nhortet* (Ium thin.  I'rinoy silk con to t'otnlni* Jimt bolow thu  vniliit llxio nro liclng shown by many  of lho larger c������nt houses,  "Tlio Hiiro ('out Ih still OHiif-liiB* eon-  hldi'i'iiblo thought to mtimifiiotiirerfi  mid to 1'otiillei't*., Wlillo thorn)-who  windy f-lylnn hold'tlmt tlio Hiiro coal  it ilie big limv Idea of Ilio koiihoh, thoy  I'oiillzo that ninny womon will, a*  usual, lm slow In nccppllng Mich n  rumpled- ciiiiiigc- Ml Ht* le mill Mini  iihWi' i'.Uirtii-Viillve guniH'iAs ii.'.'J Uun  to ho bnnighl out to meet tlio general  demand.  "Tlio co-it Hint U out on slnillni' line?  to tlio FjirIIi-Ii garnii'tit worn by nornr  W     *..���������.    .........j,     ,......'*.'.������    ...Vt,l    .11    .NVVf  York Is being shown In mnny of tlu  line**, TIiIh noiv wotiiiin'H gorniont I*  Hindu nt lilnt-k nnd whlto ehr-elc or ot  rnntiiilMli wornled nnd It to Inllorod at  to miry out tlio lilo/i of a nnm's ovor-  ront us closely aa pom-tlble. Snino mnn-  tifm-liirei-fi Imvo nlrc/idy dono a lnrgo  bimlncpH on those oontH,  "In some ofit-on thin com. ha* n eo������-  ���������Idi-rnble ft nro nt tho Imltom. while If  Others It U of a modified ch.-irnrtcr."  IffeanrTfiffnninTfqiraKe, or at least if  violent tropical thunderstorm.' but a  voice along the the corridor of the  train/shouting, "Locusts swarming���������  close -all doors and windows;" explained the peculiar darkness, and  partly calmed the feminine I ears. The'  order was obeyed, and, the passengers  watched developments. ;   :  The gigantic mass swooped* down  on the train, covering coaches ��������� and  rails, and beating themselves against  the windows, blotting out all light:  The train slowed down to half-speed,  for the crushed bodies make the rails  terribly, greasy, and [here wa'- a nasty crunching sound as tho wheels  squashed thousands of these unwelcome visitors,  Aftor a wlillo the swarm  (minus  casualties)  mado off in  an opposite  -direction as suddenly as it had come,  and   onco   more   brilliant   sunshine  reigned' supreme.  These locusts arc .about, throo i  Inches long, and look llko giant grasshoppers. Singly, they nro not dangerous at all, but in Bwarmn thoy are a  menace to the crops, They will attack a village or farm, and devastate  it In a night,..leaving all tho gardeiui  and fields perfectly bare, Nol a blade  of grass escapes them.  A visit from locusts iu ono of tlio  many (llsa-iter** which befall the stnig-  c*lliig South African fnrmor.  Humor -   om the Hospital.  I'erhnpn (he best story In Sir Nd-  wii'rrt Cook's "Life of Florence. Night-  li.gale" Us that of a wounded Crlm-  onn sergeant who picked up a  wounded coin ratio and Hluiri'bled back  lo ciirnp. The rener.ed man tu.'nt.d  out fo bo a gone 'ill and waited on his  rescuer In hospital, Tho Inttor, wrote  Mlwn Nlghtli.galo, exclaimed; "Oh,  general, ll's you, is It, I brought In?  I'm ho glad I didn't inosv It .wan  your honor, but If I'd known It was  you I'd havo saved you all lho hmho!"  Medicine ami Caste,  Syinpatht'tlo. women imiHt porfoivo  guln somo know I oil go of rcnio-llcH an  they go (hniugli Ufo, but bu un avoid  tho cxiuupln of a frlond of mine lu  India, miy*- a writer In Tho (lonll-v  womnn, who, after mixing a tloi-e for  hor native butlor, tatitod it to neo If il  woro all right, I lien handed thn cup  to tho man. Jin cnlnily threw lho con-  leutn out of tho window, Tho lawn  of hlfl '.'noto forbade hlni to drink  out of ii vonsnl con (urn Inn tod by the  Dpi of nn iinhollevor,  v All Amiable Witness, ���������  A '.thnt', iitnuuii wlm bit'tu ������.*viucin.,o  nt n. Plratfnrd, Nf-w /."iilund iT-qucrl  showed a dogm* of amiability nomo-  what ruro in tho wltnomi box. Whon  ������ho faced tlie Jury, nlio mado a remark, which, on bojn*- Interpreted  wnn found to bo a wlflli that health.  i^mSw,,   .luti     IIU..-.^*.-.**,**.*!     lut|������il*.    f\������l  abldo with th* Jury individually nnd  colloctlvoly, Aftor finishing: hot  ovldonco she aguln voiced Ihe wish  boforo leaving Um box,  aW"in7Tire*71sre���������of-W-iglitJ  Lord Mountmorres, ...who is .an  Irish..peer without a seat in Parliament, has had a varied career, and  was obliged.to. make; his own living  when* he left OxfortL lie went  abroad, and nearly lost liis life in the  Congo Free State from fever. Two  graves were dug, in fact.. His traveling companion succumbed, but tho  viscount recovered.  . . Possessed of a vigorous and pleasant style of narrative, Mountmorres  lived, for some time as a, Fleet street  journalist, and used the local color  gained by roaming as a background  fo'r popular short stories. He be:  camo secretary ' of the Primrose  League, director of the Liverpool  Tropical Institute, held a diplomatic  appointment at Jamalcn, and hus  boon besides a poultry fnrmor and a  lecturer.  There aro four members of tho  Houso of Lords who are in holy orders. Tho beet known, perluips, is  tho 'Karl of Strafford, who borore ho  succeeded to the title was the chaplain lo the Speaker of the House ot  Commons and a woll known west-  end clergyman.  The Marquis of Normanby held a  Hying in Manchester, ua tho ttov.  Constantinc Henry beforo micceod-  Ing to his title, and subsequently re.'  colved tho Canon'** sln'll at Windsor  Castlo, whllo Lord Scarsdnle, the  fathor of tho Karl of Curzon, linn  been in active clorlcal work.  SiuiKhlui* Is Kgypt's t'liann.  It Is hard to mako any one who has  ant beon thore feel lho npoll of Kgypt,  iho eiichnnlmont of a land no full of  Uie drowsy gold of romance and tin  ���������vltcliory of the African Muishlne, Uut  nomohow ln Kgypt one fuolH that ho  hnt come vory near to the fountain  of youth. Vou hot'oiiitiii nun worship-  no' all at once. Yoii forgot lhat you  i>voi'"liitd any care tir irmiblo. Honi**-  whoro on route you bttcome it JoUie  'titer. Ilonry old Kgypt Ium a fim-  I'.lnullon, Tho Cnli-ono inruiqu-iH nnd  Ijuzuara fpit a hold on you, Vou hi-  Joy tho 'itriiiign ainlthi nnt which ctiii-  'ilntitly r.onfruit you on lho "ittrtieln  of.Cairo"-���������ovory placi. hi such a mix-  turo of lionuty, hlnlory and iviynlcry,  ��������� nrlllH Aro n-cflccd'-T,  InventIgsuion of tht* fart that mont  of tbo deep drill holen for wo]In In  ftoulU Africa -.l-**-lain frum th������ \m-  pondlcular *-on������raIly toward thn  north, hau \et\ to thn ronc.l-'rton that  tho drill** -with which thoy wore mtdt  woro Influence by raagnntiunt,  Cn-iyi'lp-lil III Tl'.los.  Onr- If* eoii'-luntly auktd wln'tlu-r  thoro In any copyright In tin- title of  a book. There In not, but an n waller  of courtnny, a titlo in always left alono  hy oilier people so long as It Hlaudn  for a book which nells or has vllnllty  In II, naj'H "Tlio Hook Monthly,"   If  a book Ik dead nnd burled mul for-  ,..*i ,, 'i t      . ' i       '       ,,     -. .i  .,*~ .IW������,    ,L   Ul/.������-t    HUl     II.MKtl   A,i.4.V.<   4     11     t..t<  titlo whIfh It had I't vnrn by ���������'n-no  now nlory, There In no Inw govern-  Ing a titlo therefore, hut thero Is a  law of courtesy, and g'-norally upenk-  In*.; It works well ononch.  Onj-iii ot a l'<*'iuiioii Wunl,  Homo names have popped Into Inn-  Kiiago on account of (ho aiinoclatloiiR  whicli ono particular bearer of (liom  has conferred upon thom. In 1881  thoro wna an Irlnh landlord named  ,Enptnln Uoycott, wlio dealt humbly  wllh ihn piutuantn. A movement waa  organlxod for rofunlng all dr-aHnga  wllh audi ptHHuttfl, refithlnK to norvo  thom with goods or men them In ������o-  nloty. And lh������* word "boycott" <*amo  Into common ur, to denote such action.  SCHOOLS FOR WOMEN.  Fair Sex hi Egypt Getting a Chance  After Cent uric*?.  "Although thero have been decided  advances .both in (he method and the  spirit of Kgypiian education for  men, nothing has happened more  significant in the past twenty-five  years in Egypt than the arousal of  interest in the education of women.  .This countryv waits to-day for an  educated aud high-minded motherhood; its absence in the past accounts for most"of its ills.  The woman of Kgypt in'her ignorance of U),e laws of health and domestic economy, in her jealousy and  intriguing, in her necessarily circumscribed and- bigoted influence  among the boys and girls of the  home, has been the Kgypllnn's severest handicap, lt matters Halo  how good the schools may be made,,  it. matters not how perfect may be  the politiral and commercial machine, it is true here as always thai  tho early ideas find the first years ot ���������  environment, are the deciding elements in the future career of iho  lOgyptian boy,  Until recently it has never occurred (o an Egyptian womau that there  existed for her any life other ihan  that ot being the secluded wife of an  Kgypiian man. To earn a living in  any other way than by being married did not even occur to the mind,  of the 'mother of the present Kgypiian girl, 'writett Clayton Sedgwick  Cooper in The World's Work. A  Mohammedan gentleman said recently, "My mother, now an old woman, lias never stepped out of her  house, not even to cross "the street."  It is therefore little less than revolutionary that, in 1910, instruction was given in 2,SC7 "kutlabs" lo  23,002 girls, and lhat thirteen of the  Government "kultabs" have., been  specially set apart for women students, which schools, carefully inspected by trained educators, are  now attended by 2,080 girls, with 4 2*  trained woman teachers?  During tho past five years the  .number of primary schools in,which  girls have received instruction has  grown -10 per cent, lt is also strikingly notable that, ^according to the  report of the year, 4.17 girjs In these  earlier grades were blind. ���������  ��������� This movement for the training bf  women began in 1901. when the  Ministry of Education sent, an Egyptian girl student to. Europe for professional training. This young woman returned as teacher in one of  the schools which previously had,  been set apart for girls,,and the results have been sufficiently satisfactory to'cause the Government to send  girl students regularly to Europe for  professional training.  GATEWAYOFJHE EAST  POUT  SAID l.S  A CITY OF  WOX.  1)1 :HS TO THE EUROPEAN.  Oxford Latin Attacked.  ���������T'he-,quesl-ion'Of-thc-pronuuciation-  of Latin led to a-lively discussion at  the Headmasters' conference held at  Reading, Eng.  The Itev. H, Coslley .White, Headmaster of Bradfield College, said  that when a boy went lo a univer-  sity, especially Oxford, he came into  a farrago of cacophonous jargon,  which did duty for the pronunciation  of lhe Latin language.   '        ������������������ ���������  _  He believed ihat there was uo  place in the world where Latin waa  more variously or villainously pro-  uounced than at Oxford.  A resolution was passed (hat in  order to attain uniformity a commit-  too of the'conference should invito  every member to pledge himself to  adopt the reformed pronunciation  recommended by tho-Classical Association���������that is, with broad vowels,  hard g and e, the av sound of v, tho  dipthong ac like the long I, etc.  Harvesting at Christina**.  The ingathering of the harvost is  usually associated with the summer^  ���������* Lions (Jan Act Up.  Tliat lions can sometimes act up  (o their Reputation was proved by  t.ho "Man*.-aU-i'fl of Tsavo," whoso  story is told by Colonel Palorsmi.  .During the building of the Nigerian  railway a pair of llon.'i tcrrorhiod lho  ���������*ngiiH*erIng1.ciii'np for month!), breaking through the night ^defence;- to  '*arry of their yicilms, attacking In  the open in broad daylight, nnd even  ni ono occasion boarding a train,  .'���������'or months ihey dolir-d all allotppiH  ���������o destroy ihem, und tholr dcprcilii-  tlons brought the work to a ntand-  stlll for weekf,, and led lo their h**-  liig "mentioned" in tlio Jlou.-se of  Common*-, whicli of course ondotl  Ihem;--London Dally Chronicle.  But there is a harvest in England  which custom decrees shall always  begin on December 21st, St. Thomas'  Day, and-which .continues well over  Christmas.  This is the reaping of Ihe reeds  which grow so rankly, yel so picturesquely, in the shallow, landlocked waters of the Norfolk and  Suffolk "broads."     '  ���������The broadsmen say thai they are  nol fit, for cijAtjtyg until the frost' has  touched them.'"'" Then they turn a  ripe yellow, and Ihe leaves fall away.  , A peculiar-patterned scythe. In  used, very shorl-bladcd and very  long-handled, so as to cut as near  the roots as the muddy bottom will  admit, The reaped reeds are then  laid out, in straight sheaves (o dry,  antl when properly "seasoned" they  are preferred before aught, else in  East Anglla for thatching rickR antl  cottages, antl for filling horse-collars,  Strange Cosmopolitan Community fi.  tho Entrance lo the Suez Canal.  Thrives on the Traffic Which (Hoes  Past Its Door*-���������It Swarms Wiih  Traps For the Unwary Traveler������������������  Twelve days at soa from Birken- *  head on the ocean highway to Horn-  bay will see you passing the famous  statue of De Lessors, which looks"  over and past the ramshackle buildings of Port Said lo the entrance of  the famous Sue-', Canal, of which he  was, as everyone knows, the engineer.  To a Western eye, as yet unramil-.  lar wiih the fascinating and 'incongruous East, Port Said offers the Ilrst  glimpse of Eastern life, and the conditions under which es:fsteiicc is  maintained under a hot sun. Hitherto you have been accustomed to chimneys���������here are none! This, perhaps,  is tho .firs*, thing that is noted as iho  linerc draws up to her moorings opposite the landing places; ihe nest  is a babel of voices alongside, as  numberless boats rush across the  short distance from the shore carry:  ing all the oddments of humanity  who make a living from the pockeUs  of Eastern travelers.  It is the inexperienced traveler, of  course, who get*, "had"���������your seasoned man has gone through it before������������������  but it is qu:"-> a common trick for a  box of cigarettes to contain under, its  first layer very-i-liltle more than cam- ���������  el's diing,'and as you are well up the  canal by the time you reach this new:  narcotic, well the selle ��������� makes a good  thing of the deal, and a<. little lurid .  language "East of Port Said" is nothing.   Little boys will entertain yoa  hy juggling live chickens out of your  pocket for a bit of silver, whilst over  the ship side are naked lads in th������ -  watdr yelling out   for   coins   to the  *  thrown down, and very rarely indeed  do they miss them. ���������  This Is the sorl of thing that happen on deck as soon as the gangway  is lowered, and you can imagine what  a welcome diversion it is after, the'  twelve days at sea���������for you can exhaust the variety offered on shipboard very quickly indeed!  It is more than likely that you will  get four or five hours' stop at Port  Said���������il all depends on the chance of  entering the canal quickly and whether the ship's .bunkers need coal,  which is not very likely on the ont- -  ward run. Coaling at Port Said ia .  set to music!���������picture hundreds of  nai i\ e ."Fillaheen," irotting up planks  from the coal barges to the ship, each  man  with   a  basket of_coal_on���������h.is_  The \rtvv** and (he Duke,  Tho late Duke ot Suthcrl-'nd always took an Interest in lhe reclamation of waste lands. For tho study  of tills mibjorl he took a trip to the  United States,   accompanied   by the  head, each man chanting some weird  Eastern monotone as he moves up  one plank rip the ship and down another to tlib' barge, and so on until  tho ship -is rehunkercd, and then*  you have it! Very picturesque, al a  distance, like most .Eastern customs.  Get within smelling reach, and the  scene has its drawbacks.  Or course you want to go ashore If  only to write home and tell them all'  about it; and, further, you want to  see if all the tales of Port Said being  "a sink-hole of iniquity" are true, and  so you step off into a gaily-painted  boat and spend the noxt few minutes  in wondering how much lho men will  charge you. It. Is really six cents per  head, nnd if ihe boatman getB his  legal fare ������������������ well, you don't understand the "lingo," so It doesn't matter, and anyway it Is necessary to acquire an air of indifference when  paying out to an Eastern, becauso he  inever gets enough!  i Onco ashore you begin to feol the  nun, nnd thought flies back to lho������o'  few cold days out at Liverpool. Next  tin dust, fine and thick na ll Is everywhere East from now onward, Then  oho begins to notice the faced, and  what   u   conglomeration   of   raco Ib  famous   war   correspondent,   W, H.,,  Itiissell, who wroto a book on  thol1"-1'0'   kvory corner of Europe Is ro  journey, under   the   title "Honpero- iprcaonlerl, and co far as tho mon aro  lloni-hra-i Slid..  A gruesome walking stick wiih Mint  used by lhe lain Mohorley Tlell, ho  long mini ger of Tln> London Time,1!.  II was a plain, "tout Hticlc, mounted  with a bone from hiu owr body. When  a correupondent In Alexandria ho v/tin  cnmnlii*- a railway lino nnl caught  the lit.nl of his ool between tho  poliitn, A Irnln wnt; approaching, and  by n doBperuli- effort ho wroiu hod  liliuiiclf free. Hul lie no Injured his  ankle that nn operation wan iiei'i-s-  ������������������ary, and oin* uf lhe Joint bono.i; had  Jn bn removed, Thiit he hml inoi'iiti-il  mi tlu- bundle of lho walking Mli-l*  vhlch he ui'i'il lo eounlerut't U>" limp  "ills' ncclilcnl. left ht'in.--.London Tut-  i������.������r.  Mud   Ev|W'i'|e-ici',  At a reei.'iit niecllng of lhe Church  Army I'l'ehentlnry Wllnon ('iiiiiln lold  a titoiy   e.tiiit'ornlnK   a  lioyal  Arm**  M,   II    ��������� I    I',   , , '       > ������ '  . '    ..-.*.    \   ... ,,..    wi .... , ,j ,     ., ������ ..     .,...,    u\.  Inr* InipreKBlvelv vnrru'd  t*y it -i-iv'-i*  then," ltunjtcll used to loll a story  of the duke, who worked a coal pit  clone to Du nm bin, Blurting ono day  from Dunrobln station on the mimic  railway, which runs Kit brief courso  to tho caMh', when a navvy nxtialm-  cd; "Thero, that's what 1 call a real  duke! Why, thoro ho In a-drlvlng of  his own blcHfiod engine on his own  hlcKacil lull way and a burning of his  ��������� imii blessed coals."  He Loves Exjilftrers.  Sir James Uurrle'r. 'affect I on  I'xplororn In no now thing. All who  know his "Edinburgh Eleven" w'll  remember Ihe eulogy of Jo-.tr-ph  Thoiiiflon, Iho Dumfriofli-hlre Scol,  who ditl pioneer work of the Livingstone kind In .'frirji. It In a (in��������� ���������  iien-pii'liii'e of n dour, brave in an, but  il bun (IriHln'H of the early Hnrrl*',  Hi in, for f'ViuiHilt)'  "P.rhapn hln mont remarkable feat  -I'li'iinled Iu ('.il'lnt: u hotlle of brandy  nio the heart of Afrleu and hrlnglni:  t back Inlnt't."  Children Fashionable,  Nut   many. yearn   ago   tlm kiuhi'I  .-������������������mig worried woman ef Loudon did  i'ii nuke any display of her children. Now It In the height of faphlon  in have children. Voiin*--; rovlety in1-.-  ti-iinu wear tholr children-*-, inlnlatuion  tn  wuir    iiauiti. id tiiiitm/iiuii on tlei  '!���������  drlvt*    with    \h(v:  A)i   i  concerned, If one may judge by tho  facial exproHBlon, their respectlvo  countries will hardly regret their ab-  ee*icc. They seem (o have no wore  In do beyond ail I Ing at tahlen outside  cafes and leering at the endlenfi pro-  coHHlon of Hhlpn' paBneiigei-M on which  l'ori Said mostly liven. The resident  European womon aro e.iiher very fnt*  ami dlny or very graceful nnd���������-Umnl-  iiionde,  lt its a pl-.''ki,uu*. lelkr lo notice the  "  | women   to   whom   Egypt   In   homo,  .j Clo-llied in blank robes from head (o  jfooi, wearing ciirlmiH Utile Itrunn ry-  ' lliidfT'i ovor Ihelr noso**, mid jui-t a  ���������"lint  from a black eye nn yon piisn  ��������������������� malte you toe] thnt undor iho Kitfit-  rrn robe is n very alluring llltlo lndy,  Tln������ Iotiln iwhn pos!or you lo vlnlt  Oiiarler.i of a "lei'laln" reputailon.  wllh lulk of "ean-eaii," eU\, are, per-  liapn, llie worjit milpniiro of th**  itreels of Port Snid. They me nn-  liven, of I'oiiriii), and m pen-IMnni at  only Kaiiteni tan be Alien ilea ling  wllh what a Hindoo would call *,  "biiri'ii-Sahlb."  Near the railway i-tallon -- ulranvo  litcongrii'ity--wo naw a caravan Jiiht  In from the desert, and a vory charming nnd ph'turosquo t**-cno It i.'.nde.  Mrenl-fnnt was fn tho making nl thn  bund** of the womon, who move, hh  gnicerully ���������������* deep, whllrit thr. mr-n���������-  ���������frilVO with  tho AU'tttly !\r.rn   nf ,->,.t.r.-i  lllenooM - flat    round    fmokln**    and  Mil'bin* ifim'r children'* rnrloi-ily at*  before going on night hrmpltnl duly 11hern, and have (hem continually pbo- ui(i EoroinatJ*) not near tho picturo  lhat ho mtiHt on no nceoiint bn u-mpt-   tographed*--a particularly infntuated }-tvttri kodakr,  ed by the- darknejir to full aMu-p  "It'-.i all   right,   ii'Ikb,"   he   nald,  with a twi*'*lo in bin eye.    "Thero  -.. .^ .- .*. w  ......  or uforo I joined,"  niolher not long ninco ran up a bill j    Tho   -solemn   cRinoU*   mutlfi   back-'  for J2!>0 for --holograph!- of a child J.,ro���������n(-   0   a  tru*y Kimtorn won������-  '  of fleveii monlli**.  *tv    **     )'   /lt\,l  Wouldn't lie llcstiu.  At Ilio opening of the Hhakr-i-pear*  Momorliil Theatre at Slratfnrd-on-  Avon a concert wub given, antl Mr.  William fJliaJft-peitre, *,i.������* wit-  known proifflftor of singing, ul-niC'i  his name In ih" vlFltnn-' Uoolt.  A Corkmy wai*, peeing the Mgm-  tur������, nnd hollovlnr: It wan dono fur **>  joV.o, thought bv vould no orm 1*M-  tor. and nlgued blmnelf "Ollrrr  r-r/tmwelL.*'  nnllo the -trott)--*-- thttt Vnr} ������"������������������" >m*  to otter to us, Thoro (������ really Tory,  little of Interest in tho town. Tht  muln utroct In relieved hy rim** feathery mlmo-m tr-txu, Otherwise th������  trhole place Is raon-ntonoui*. E%ory-  liody pays t vlult to the only decent  Old Chuhh (loot.  Another very  Interestlnir London  building which Is threatened with demolition in the church of St. Mar-  garet'H,   Lothhiiry,  Kllimled   at   tbo       .  . .  hfcck of the llauk of England.   Tlio ���������hop, kept by ene 8������mon Aral, -who'  lnnd on which >.\, Murpniefs utatm*- i*-'1- ���������"'���������l yon expellftat cltfarelles, in4,  It worth r.t-veral [.oundu a rsqutre foot, jnt you out with anytblnn In the tea**",  Mini Uif ii'.hen ttjiiiih Mtr������ in Lon- ��������� ,f ii'������i*i*-<*l eh.ibinr. or- prfseott for:  don. 'Ilm oilginal St. MaritnrM'B wa*. Jitune, tut] a vfry fine thing he tt������l������  '���������rctt-d in ihe p'l-pn of Edwnrd II, It "���������'���������k-f. *>ttf of U. for tow there be xt*'.  whs destroved In ilu. 'Heat Vlrt.. and itN-r,'l *'.v w*> nf 'he 'ditch" who d*  rebultt by Wria, l*������t V������o������ ^'Inuin Ant, of fort Si" THT3 NEWS, CUMBER!,AMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  SALE   OF  -of-  Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains  Ourtaia Net, regular 60c. now 45c per yd  Curtain   Not. regular 40c     ..' ..now 30o por yd  Curtain Iffualin,   regular  302 now 20c per yd  Curtain Musi n,   regular   25c now 17c por yd  A good line of Lace Curtains in "Kent   and While, rang  ing from $i.oo to S5.00 per pair, at'i^rcl ofi  The Furniture Store  Mcl'hec Mock, J^. McKINNON     Cumberland*  N KWSP AP KK. SU I' PORT  A   newspapor, "il   it   has  any  brains,    conscience  and  muscle  hack <>f it, must coin.imially  decide between doin"' iis dulv  and  i-.'jnring the pocket.    In-any po  ,-ition   br.t lhat uf an editor,   the  public is utile io separate the  in  ���������dividual from the collective citi  zen.    But if an editor  does   not  ���������please  them- its  at   his   packets  they aim.    Thus, it is the news  papers "learn   who   their  friends  are.    Tlie   man   who   reads  the  newsp-iper and admires it all the  **, ear round, yet  gives   his  busi  ness support to some oilier  concern, whose principles'arc the ac  lions of its editor  he  detests,   is  not a friend to the  former news-  '. paper. Admiration alone will  not run a newspaper.* n There are  two many men wlio cxpecc an  editor to slave in defence of their  pet notions and hobbies, advocates then view's against - the  strongest opposition aud cooly  v.'ithold the business by ; which  iilone a country uewspa'per can  live.  * Talk about  a paper having a  -]>ubl-icdu.t-y__to���������per.fonn, and' an_  editor having to work for his  principles, is cheap when  oUievs  . stand,back and extend a lukewarm neutrality. The result is  the editor may starve while lab  oriiig for his principles and the  cause of right aud -justice, whicli  ilu-\ admire but do not support.  ���������    XOTICE.  ' TAKE NOTICE that. t!s������ business of D01 g I'r, p , Limiuvl,  merchant tailors, Ci'iub.'i'luiid, Ih  A , will hs transferri'd to Don-j*  Foi'g on,May Olh 1911-, who wiil  not he respons'ilil'.i for nny dubts  contracted by almvc named linu.  ' DONG 'FONG.  The  'Booze" Has Him-  He Can't Quit!  "He" is perhaps, a busiosasmin, or a wage-earner,  with family dopenilont upon liim bulie-ving in him. The  w -rid is unsympathitie. It jwlffes by experience. It  knows him for nu hnb tual druukanl nud it brands him  ss beyond k.i'pc���������doomed.   But that mau om quit���������'  Yes, He  CAN Quit-and  in  Three Days, too!  * -V'coholhm is NOT a disease. Tin- Gallia dingno-  sis has led to n -vetem that cures, and ou������ po-mnnen-  tlt. N������ drugs. 1.0 hypoderdermio n.-eotion^jurt ie������t.  excellent,food, privacy mul hetbiil moduiu.s iOK  ONLY TH KICK ������AYA Then, jf the emie ia not on.-  i.l U*. is ni)l fiii iaf* Ury to p tient* auil ih-se tuterest-  ,<1 iu iiin,. ever; cent-mil wn-fuuoed without question  < r ot.inineiit.  This is NOT a Gold Cure-It is  The Only Real, Permanent Cure  for Alcoholism. Don't Wait-  Write or Call Now. Today.  The committee of May isi  sports under the auspices of U.  M W. of A. wish to" state, that  Sn itemized account of bubscrip  tions and expenditure has been  giveu out at the local meeting of  the U.M.W . of A. and the committee wish to thank the business people -nnd general public  of Cumberland, Courtenay and  Union Bay, for their financial  support in making the >Iay ist  celebration a great success, -  A   Toseland, Secretary  Phone 5*t;6  mnihmbm int-nin-rrwinr���������-  14-35 Fcrt Street  Victoria, B. C  W.J, Gourd, the expert piano  tuner, will be in town this week  :or business.    Res'-rvcyour tun"  ing for  ���������Hill.  THE KOLLY OF WAR '  Many thoughtful people arc  puzzled to know by what process of re.i&oning President Wil  Mm has persuaded himself that  his caniai^n of blood in Mexico  i- jusufi.tble, Does he imagine  a man with the brutal instincts  of Huerla is or can he punished  by sacii Iking the lives of inuo  < ent Aiiier'can and Mexican sol  ���������f.icrs ? The question has only  io be thus stated tor everyone to  :-ee how futile armed- conflicts always are If Huerla i.s at fault,  juid we believe he is, why not  j un ish him ? M'liai kind of jus-  lice i.-i it wliich brings bereave  nieiit to 'liu innocent and allows  1 uc culpiii io i'o .scot 1 free ?  V.'iil some of our wareatiiig  I Mends enlighten u on ihi-" point ?  Whai would we'think ol n mag-  is;rate who <U-libor'i'eU condemn  t d the inncicvn'. to attum I'or the  i-.HViu'es of tlu: guilty? Yet  that's e.sacily what war always  'loos, ami the pieseut war is no  excel*.ion io liie rule. ���������- Victoria  : ews.  --������.������>.  The duiK'h bell - how its mcl-  ��������� idies ling; as i's tones vibrate  nnd linger, 'lhe fa*-hiouable belle  wiih a beau ������ii h"r suing, has a  licamiful ling 011 lu-r linger A  political ling is a v. r>' bad thing'  '7. ,      ��������� ��������� 7;. 'hn   bud  -Mid  the  ���������   1 "    1   . 1  .  .;���������,-.,r ; ' "' *y ;>','vi--ii''-.**  a   -uio-  i, is in> larthly thing as   ihe ring  <- 'il;e li.it-1 silver dollar.  **',,��������������������������� '..- n --nod time to li-ke a  *.-l,nice over \<mr b'cl: yurds and  <;- vi-.e j-oiue plan to 'Strari'-.e lhe  iiuit cans mid rubbish which.  ha\e at.cunuilated since the last  iuna'ment was removed You  a 1 geiu-).*'U jm'-,.,.' ol tlie -iccu-  1 Ursula house by the condi  1 -I , iu v-.hieh tb ��������� Iront ami hnvh  ��������� 1 .'*, are  kept      ilu   a    geueia!  ��������� n ������������������ we all 5 ride oui: elv-.-s uu  \ 0 '. <l rle'iu'y and ti i>* lliw.e  ; ���������.. ii*. ���������-.iiuouudii-^*' abo* -��������� all  ]���������, is tn liu* '.Mit.I liUuutd !:e  %i.;:'.ihms'.y gundel against  ���������.<!>'RUliiiatiut; lntlutucci.  MAY DA Y. C E LEB R A TION.  ���������Tl nrftfay-Q ay-s po i* ts���������a t���������Gi t-y-  Park, were'very successfully'pulled off.. The day was- fine; the  program a good oiu*, and tlie  crowd large, lhe several events  were well contested, and watched  with interest. M, J, Klyszik, of  Washington, Prerident oi District 10, U. M. W. of A , was the  orator of I lie day, and those who  liear.d liim, say that he it- no menu  speaker. The paiade in the. ntorii  ing, headi'ddiy the hand, was larger than we thought it would he.;  hut did not appear to ns ns large  as the previous May Day p.irmlti,  Wo think that the "Union Jack'  might have luul a place in the parade, and not totally discarded.  Those, who have no usu far the  ''old flag," .should not live under  it and ehiiin its protection, Jn  our opinion it stands for as much  if not more than any other flng in  the world���������������������������Tlio Union Jack of  Old Knglnnd."  MEETING OF COUNCIL  (' ty Council inut in rr.'*-. -I'miiu 1 Mrn  tluy cvoniiif,', n full Hoard htitii*,' |>iof-fiit.  Mifiiitwn nt fircvimiH nioetin^- hu-u rcitd  and 11 !��������� pifil.  Oiiiiiiiiiinit.'.ititH wim ri'i.'fivi'd from (\  VliiMiUi, ii..l.iiii* Una a liulii l)u ))liit:i.il ou  Kiftli Siru't* olio t'uit it li.)ilrunl bu pliiu-  ml williin i'ii-ty iliitiiiuMi tif Iiin jirnpufty,  lit To-md tn lltiii-iU-r Woil������.  Coiiiinn lit'iitioii wn- r.cti v>il finiii Tel'-  pltrmn (Jn., 10 uni ��������� f tnuir |������)I ������������������"������ fur vloit  trio li(.-lit,i>iiriM>.(.*<,     A' 1 <-<ni nt li'in '-1 i������  Hunt by lom^iiny fur 1 ln> CUy tn hI^h in  hi* nMi-1 r,  Cum uuij'O'ti'in wii'i ncciveil fr. in Viir-  c livor iiHldn*- f ir inftirnvilion co City di.'-  loilnri'H. It w.h diet! il to ���������initio Mr,  II-irriH'i', nf llm WJiiurvQ kn Oo , to cx������  um ni' liyilc 111 fi ami r.<i>(it( iimio tlieir ooii-  ili iiii In Hit' CiiiukiiI,  r*.iiit.<nl)lu Wii'd'ti rep ill nt fi,l'ti\Vri  ���������V'lVO (,'Ot*   SoitWuj-or ltiiiiln l-..  Uhcoj Ci y dm 11 .,.  I) c T.,x   JI !' .'- "'  Si! tit"   AflJnll   Ul  r. i-:, Miio     (!,ii H alilc  Wnrl ��������� i .\p list-H 1'l.iii)  Star Cif"      I.'JB  ib'". i.ii;in/3i         'isvr.  |'r.yi. tip. S.WIll'll      I.Uli  (',..��������� 1..M.- V.*.r.i    .'100  A. II. [* :i������.-y     7 33  Mr. < i 1, V, . C i r.i 011 tii t'l������ n. tifjiii������t  Hit 'u'li   AiiliTiu-ii)   Mul-i'iiu J, tlit le,  I-l 1-! lu,  (!,l|!|:n  l:������  a  wl.OO,    to   Hi Ct H������  f <- i lit ft*  i.f  tin-  City.   Mr.  Cliutot*  <v It ia u ������-,.��������������������������� </    114   ,   il .tf cpnvormmt  lu ll'il/, I  . .yi'2,'.r>  11,1)0  !),'JI*  II 00  1(1 HO  -.0  .1? l.'.'.l  jmarn '-^������������������������������������-'���������-'���������W**'*^ r������*f-^-<MyF*<-**M|V^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Comp:in\'.<* HEER  -Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of s  'Wines and Liquors, t ,  SECOND   STREET I  V^jP^W*V-**-*-^V--j-^^ ���������V������^-*-^*M^l*v-������-v-*rfi-^^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE   ������������������ SIR-EDMUNDl.VVALKER.CX'OXLL.p.. D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager   . T , JOHN AIRDrAss'f General-Manager1  LESLIE J.-ASTON   ;  Practical Beet and Shoemaker  Repairs Neat asid Prompt  ;,.;,  "Miners' and;Loggers'  to Measure*."-..'"���������  Dnnsmuir Ave.;    Cumberland  O  piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiH  is'a  g-O  a  a  *a  a  B  S  i-  ll  ������  m  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 < RESERVE FUHD, $13,500,000  ���������'    FOREIGNJ'fTOSINESS '���������''  This Bank offers unsurpassed facilities,to those doing business with  foreign countries. . It is specially equipped for the purchase and sale of  Sterling* and other Foreign exchange, drafts and Cable .Transfers, and  for the financing of imports and exports of merchandise.  Commercial credits, Foreign Drafts, Money Orders, Travellers' Che-  qucs and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.  Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22  CUMBERLAND BRANCH...: '..W. T. "WHIir, Matmgcr  Any petMin or persons found  cutting timber on my property  ou Roy Road without my permission will be prossecuted,  W. WITOdELL.  .-'  LOST���������Dark chestnut mare  (colu) missing since the last  week iu January from l'V.uuy  Hay. A reward of 8100 will be  paid for information giveu to  Geo. Stevens, Fanny Hay.  (10 TO���������  HUSH MITCHELL  I'OR   YOU It  Gen'l Blacksmithing  -AND-  Horseshoeing  Third St.      Ciimlwliu.d  1 Wood   Wood!  Wood  Now is tlio timo to placo  "(���������)    yonr unlor   I'or   SLA II    ^  WOOD  12,50...per doul.'lojond    g  Froui Tlio  1 Star Livery Stables 1  8 ��������� *        .     i  Alil.iiiiui Mhx'wiH lirft'i^lit ������ii I. o  mn (or of lho iijipoiiitiiUMil nf n {nilli'ii i> n-  f{ii*,r<itc mi micciMaor to tin- litu J mAlinmn  Ilo lli'ii^li? Uml Hi'*-(N'li'K'il ������lr*iilil hnvo  t-onio n ������)���������-(*������* ������* to tho np'i'iiuliiiitiit. Al I.  Miiclioll novcJ, Boonnil-iil'uv Aid, Miller,  tint J(>H*L>h Shaw Uo rjioiniiniuloil to  tic iu-.������ lion���������cnrrioil.  AM. Dauka movoJ, Nnanmlul l������>* Aid.  I'liriihuni, Ui.t u letter ot iiiinAuhivu its  xutii in tlui (u ��������� i y m tiiu (a u A i^i I .tlu  A'Tuii-i���������oAriu-il Dnniiiiii'iii I...  Tlio f'UV P ' ici'liiii:i wil In- i Ktniettd  t������ (ilo-oly -.wili-li iho gurl)i|-(i du in, mul  .(������. tli-it nil m l).ir������ in iirii|ieily oivomd  il'tor (liiinpii n*.  it S', I't-rnaid, Fr.'iin-^co Scrmv.'.ll*!  ���������mil M.k������; Pclcgrin, iippisii'uil bvt.ue  Mus'..rs Willuul find Sh.iw, J, ]">, cW,u-)>'  SITUATION \VANTlSD-])y  a young Japanese, in hotel or  store. Speaks good English.  Apply Kobayiislii. No. i Camp  ���������M������'t<ur^-****,*wt***aiMWW*Min,Wii** \.tttm^ nmmmmttatum .*mm,*m it mm  KOU SALIC CIIKAI-��������� A five  room cottn^o, on Ponrith Avonuc,  Apply ut Muni Store.  KOU BALK���������N'lim Hiukin-r  jiigii ut #U oinh.    Money must. ac..  mm puny tlio urilov 1 Imvn a'io  fur sule, ono brood so'-r and i*i*������lii  nicking \i\oy. Apply Uolu'rt Sol-  1 in, II H'liby  lxlniid,  i**t*amttmtmw���������������%���������l***-am *->---���������*��������� *rm**������ nant* i*0*t*^*m*tm^m***w  KOU SALK���������lluiixu   and   ]i  iicrcfi of lnnd on IJo^'-i Rond,  i-lorti* to town, Tonus f]00.00  down, iiiilatieo iiiuiiiii!^, 11 * *. i.- ���������  to rout. Apply I'. O. L'o.\ lilt.  <ir ibis olllco.  y***M*mMmm������*timmm*m*it**t*mrmt*%mm*^^  WANTfiD���������Reliable nj-cnt to  I handle     lndifin      mu\u*ic\cien,  liolesale price given   ou   ma  ines to use  aa   demonstr.ilovs.  pmebasor    means  business,  I The first shipment of our spring stock  of  1 ���������...*��������� Shoes have arrived in ,  ���������a ... .  I "... .  - -, ...  | t Men's Tan and Black Button  | Ladies'Tan, Gun'Metal, .-and  /.  | Navy Blue-Suede ins .'*?  | Lace and Button                 |  i ��������� , g  I Watch for our Sale of Odds and Ends after g  1 ;      Stock-Taking I  E _ ^_  ' S  H .. . .- a  I    THE "IDEAL" STOKE    Next * T-u-beiis   . 1  I /���������   McRae, Acton, Hayman ':.   I  'iiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiniiininiiniiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiii:^  nno--*-*a--u-Mt-*w-a-iM----w^  ^viiiiiiini'iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiii'jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuniiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw^^^^  ������-...���������"' * =  J-GapitaUEdidJUp4.11,56_Q,000-^  Roaerve $13,000,000  |  1;  The -Royal Bank of Canada*-:' |  | DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN. ANY    CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL |  | ,\. OVER   THE   .WORLD.. ., . ... i  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAYINGS ACCOUNTS & inlere.u I  I , - i  1   ul higheHt Current IUli'S ullnwcd on Depot;its of .f I and upwiirds.-   I  i OUMBBBLAND', B.O , Branch, Open-Daily      D  M; Morrison, Mgr. |  1 u     UNION PAY, B.O. BraDCb, 6i:enXni'y.      F. rcfworth,"Mgr. |  | rpTJRTENAY,   B. 0 , Branch,  Open Daily B. H. Haidwick,  Mgr        j^  %yi.]iwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiHiiiiiiifiiiira  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  |   DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  \ta BO^ORfb  Manufacturer o������ MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE SO,,..  CUMBERLAND  IF YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  ������  vd ������iu. iLi.im,; c������. Dni>w.;v ;iuu-c|    Wrife,  Thos.   Plimley,   Vic  Min |  it  ri-r. >i*  Villi     IIHI 111     tl>     .l'|    tl'. '. -m-  lli'tiii! w.is liiiitil .fi.i iuul e.iutt.; M������:i*  ro ill**, Jj ������ tutl io-t->, wliilii |'*-|f--ifii,  ivliti Ii-in in im* i vi '������������������'<��������� irt<ir<l, wn- lef  int on 'U-'ivti ��������������� l -t-' ii - w, .���������.���������nl I- tftt-ii  1 ) -'iul llu- ln,^'>i -|i *'.'" .������...   dl'lw. IV    ilii  i i .(8 lumrs  l-'OK SAUi (.HKAI���������UmIm'i  uml <*.' ri,    in    |j;"'><i   co.miii.hi.  ���������h  xfu  hi  i   * tf   Mt-i'l-tinii  i.yi|-.    Appl,*- 'I'*-* ",li^1-  ^^r^^  Yoti uev������r li-ovr lb*  %too fxhlliritloB ol  motoreyollnl (ill you  rid* tbeJndU-**���������  NDMlilly thn I?.: 'ladiui ^  i *# ""--jy "^*T** *** etimfMt fr**tt***m  I' In // In*,,-e -( more t'>*1, *Jm ���������*-*���������*  ISVLv perUol motoreyolt. Vlbrt-  I ^-y '* tion ind jottlo-J don't eiltt.  Powor, Speed and Hndur������������ee unequiUd  by tny other motoreyole. Cottt n������xl to  nothing to mtlnttln, fiiiler to ride thin  ��������� bloyole.   Ncedi no itttle,        %  TheCall  of the  Open  Comes wiih tlm mnn ths  ��������� *f Sprinjr and nt Plimley s fl  'v.'cryihiiig is rendy for the  '..'yi.list and the Motorist.  IT.e 191.������, "Imlinp.' The,  Motor ( ycles. The 1914'  "Ovc;"k:r.(.!'' Cnr** *inrl iiv  new cycle models by the  world's lr.adinjjj makers all  await your choice. Send  foi* Tree catalogue 10-day,  . Thos. Plimley  O YTBS street  VICTORIA, 13. C  !  s  7  5  I  V  i  ^40,*J^*iM^'^^  /'


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