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 Vv.**wi������:;i"^^  ���������xiYYy :���������*:���������'  '���������i$.*T^.-^tr������'������*  rr  s  "Y ���������  -S  ?'/  yT-  'i.f  fe.  -\. \  The News,' Twentieth Ybau r  . ���������    ^   w <v,v,,    .���������.������������������������������������������'      ���������-'     ..*%,".,���������'    *, ��������� / ' '������������������.'���������    .,        * :y -    ���������-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  CUMBERLAND, B*. C; .WEDNESDAY;  MAY 20, ;9i4  S'UBSCRl t*7 \ or $-1 .J-  .*4om JOk^tjif-Jfr^m ���������  1 EAR  FlR COMFORT  IN TH������ SUNNY DAYS  VICTORIA DAY. th6 gulim Storoyand te)1 j,im to  -^The   cdebratioirof Vict6riah,U,t "P ������f W Wd'8yt the **,ne  Day in   this ; city   on   Monddy, C'06t!'at *?������   eam������   ti,n-������ lurnin������  GRASS CHAIRS���������naluia lshades, very  "comfortable and cosy '  PBXOE $4.50 EACH  LAKGE EASY CHAIRS in various clcs-  diyns, very .ittractiye.'as/well as. con*fnrt.i-0  ���������-'���������������������������-- PRICE $5 50 EACH  GRASS LOUNGE CHAIR with foot extension rests,' one you can go 10 sleep in  nicely ���������   , .  r PRICE $5.95  NATURAL '  SHADE    SETTEES, , a  splendid piece of furniture  PRICE $8'50  HAMMOCKS in various designs and at  prices lo suit every r ursc, ^  ASJK TO SEE THEM!  VERANDAH .15LINDS in all sizes  PRICES FROM 95c   UP  -   o  With one of  cuv 1 Vei andah Blinds and a  nice- Hammock', you can" enjoy the, sunny  days  in    leisure   and   comfort   .,    . .   .  Simon Leiser & Co.L d  ,May '"25th, promises.: to 'eclipse  Hiiy previous effort made in tlint  direction. Tho various- ".Committees met in the council chain  heis on Thursday evening lastj  and reported that, there is "al**.  ready over liooo subscribed toward tho event. A dancing pa-  viliou 50 xyo is being';erected on  fie ground;-, The Cutnberhiud  Gleeinen will give a concert at  tho pavilion froni 7 to 9 .ou the  evening of the celebration '.-ilf  the day is fine, it will, be'a grand  affair.   "" . '  ���������    \  The Board of Trade held their  annual meeting; in the council  chambers on. Friday ������ evening.  After , tlio, secretary, had read  s veral itnj octant . commtmici'*  t mis, which weie fullv discuss-  e', the election of officers was  proceeded with, with the following resultP:-5-President,i Ml E;/  R. Macfarlane; Vice Piesiden*,  W. T. Wlii'e, Secretary, re-elect  el, A McKiun-111; Treasurer,, re-  elected. D. M. Morrison. Exec-  utive.Comniittee, J- N, McLeod,  J. J. Wier and W. W.  Willard;.  I* Mrs. Millard doad. ?   Aceordinflr, to  the story told. Ppputy^Chief of-' P.-licp  ROBERT HENDERSON, OF  .CUMBEHTANP, TO  UE PRE-  SUNTED  WITH    THE  EDWARD  MEDAL;  II ,n. Dr. You m in hi* oapnoi'y us pro-  vii cinl Bcorutnry nn, Thursday r-coivod  ! 0 oiminuuicntV.M from thi I������M> did G������v-  omihont, notifyiug him ihnt it hnd beon  d't rminod f* bo-stow thu Edwird nodal  of  tin foonnd cUpb-upon Mr.   Bihort  HomliTion. of   0.im*'?rUn'jl.   'H'0 rm'V'  ��������� tout of this awetid h nur  Tor nemo ypu.s  wim mnplnyo'l tn t'.o coil   ni'iiea of South  Airioft    On January 11,  1������13. whilo ������m-  ; pVyd nt Iho. II dtinft < Spruit   Colllory,  *' "N itn', ��������� 8arto*w "R *b" flro atartoil in ono  of Uu workinuR.   A nnmbor of i.utivo  ������'v ys" wero ovoto >mo hy poinon*-nn rm-  cb, anil Mr. HomloiflMi und nuothor at tho  iinmindit ri������k of th lr own liven off. otod  anoroioroouo.   It in In'O'i-'ol that the  proflpnttlon ot iho mt-ihu tn Mr.IIon-  d(.r������()'i Hhnll bu iim-lo in a publio manner.  ���������Nu'lilmo lhrnlil.  AN UNLIKELY VAHN.  Mr*. J. J. Wlw loft for Vic-  torin on WcHlnowlHy."  Otlnwn, Mny 13.���������At a putli-  qy\\% of Lilmral miMnlwrB of the*  twohmiBoshoM tl>'������ monilng, M  wliich Sir Wilfrid Uurior was  not prcacml, it wiw decided to ton"  dor tho Opposilii'ii luador ft diir  nor iK'foro tho closo of tho w������s������lo������  in cti-lebmtlon of tho fortioth ftn-  nivcMBiiry of his mitry into public  Ufo. Sir Wilfrid lirst entered  ������������������-nritomont \\\ isH, ��������� K������.*iuruiic<*  wflftinftdoto tho f ot ihat ,jnnt  hiilF n oontiiry l'tul. MlnpBcd sinw  tlio OppoBition loudt-r Hindu \m  "iiw-i padllc ppi-epJi.  It also lmpfoiiB that this is  I,ady Ln������rior'������ liirthday, tho  ovont boin rucognlxod hyilip wilding of a lmndiomo bouquet" to  her.  mm. <*-  Hwry Winninpham- nf Court-  oi.ay wan in town on Tuosdny,  -*"���������-.- ���������'������  Mr. R*jr*������v*������*, of Ih'n offlcs, la romewhi-t  bi Utir, hut I** no* -iufllci-.-*itly r< covered to  bo "on dock." Il    '  Courtenay, H. C Mav io.-Tlu*.  4 ���������**  shooiin������ of Ricliaid Hargraves  goveriuent road forennu of  Cainpbell River by Robert Suttie  oue of his workmen was either a  cold-blooded criiuu or a very  extraordinary accident, Suttie,  who made uo attempt to escape  after the shooting claims that he  was absolutely innocent of any  intention to murder.  Tho two    men   had     been  frieudii' for four    years, but on  Wednesday night after a quarrel  over a trivial  matter Ilaigiaves  told Si.ttie he wa3   discharged.  Next day Thursday,   Sutlie  went shooting   seals, but   saw  none aud started along the road,  wherclu encountered liar graves  spreading gravel 011 the roadway.  "Well, Dick, what have you  got to say now? Suttie  says he  nsked Hargraves who thereupon  throw shovelful of gravel against  liis feet in suuli n way as to make  him jump back.  Suttie slipped  and as he fell the rifle was dis  charged. The bullet did uot go  near Margraves,  who,  however,  immediately took to hia heels and  ran for 150 yards along the road  There he came upou  another  w*rirWi"*r' mnu    tir-imf-d    Rtnr**v.  ��������� 'What arc jcu fcoing  to   do?  nsked Sioiey oi'Suttie when the  latter came up ,  '���������I am not going to shoot him  at air" said Suttie, who tried to  explain the previous accident.  Suttie and Storey say that  Suttie then threw down the rifli  whioli went off the second liim  aud the bullet went through  Hargraves heart, Suttie sccmeo  daucd and made no effert toesenpt  A constable was sent for and  Suttie wns handed over lo th  ofiictr ami b.ou-lil to Couiteiu  jail ���������The Yancouwr   IVovinc  McRae and petcctiv^ 'Inspector John  Jacl-8'.n, she is not.. Both < ffioero h if'  an rccasion to pav 'a visit to Chin-town  1 few n'K'-ti'n-jro a'<d i-i tho rhnBt nVemn  m ner ������������������ ere iiformoil by a number ������������ the  r -.-f'e -tn oF hat iU riut. thi*- th-* woman  f ir mTo emnrler- Jack Korg vill Btnni'.  h ������ f.-i-il. con*menci ff thi'- morninff, wasJ  >livoi nnd more star ling -stiM,. that she  wot 11'. 0 produced at tho o nrt.  On tlio ra<nof it ,n il hi rIi wtly dis-  couvory th t wni-mih" whpn tho 1 ol cp  searched tho furnace, the statement sonndR  riilionlmii-., Their infoimantr*. h-wtver'  ���������wore deeply in rnrncat, and added, that at  present he is in the. noighhorhb.Ml.of  Ghinatowon,  Wh' n np nk'rf* to a rep-one tativo nf  tl e J?"!'.' both tho duputy and tho  inspector poih-poohod tho wholo affa'r nnd  trentid it asahngc joka,* Btating at the  awo timo thnt it waa absolutely impn.h-  a')lo aftor what; thoy hnd found in the  hiuso on P.'ni'roll strrot nftcr lho woman had boon dono to dorith on Ap il Is1.  Tl.oy cou! J nss'Ki* no othor re-in n f >r die  nl" than thnt tho OhiiiOHO wero trying tn  b-i-fT thom, er that mmo myBvorioiifl  mn ivo wan behind tho mindr* of tho 01-  ontnlB.���������Vanoouvcr Sun, 18th.  the gun on Hargraves, wlio was  about a dozen yards nway, , and  fired. Storey^ saw Hai{������ravep  placi.- his htuui over In'e etomach,  6taggor a fow paces and fall dead,  without a word that Storey could  hear. The slayer did not try to  escape, but remained tn the vi-  i-inity uf tlio murder, until arreet-  iA. Tho murdered : uiau* had  been a resident of tho district for  many years, and was well and  favourably known, and "-His tragic  death'was a shock to the whole  community. Suttie is also' well  kuown,- having, worked in our local mines and .throughout the dis".,  triet for several years. " We hear  tluit Hargraves and Suttie' had  ahvay8 bum., on friendly terms,  and it is difficult to come to the  conclusion, that the. few heated  words on that fatal Thursday  morning, was the sole cause of  this'apparently deliberate, murder. . ���������     -  An inquest was, held -at Court"  enayon Friday.  Tlie accused came up .before  Messrs Bate and Willard, J. p's,  for j reliminary' hearing on Saturday. He was .committed to  stand trial at ihe next criminal  ,A_s8izeLto.,De-,lield-at_Na!iaiino^-���������  '-^^f^^-^^-M^^:^^  MACFARLANE BROg., L  ; "the square dealsng hou-e,"  An invitation benefit dance  will be given in the Cinuberland  Hall,oh Friday evening, May  22nd, by the Cumberland Svm-  phony Orchestra, under the leadership of .Mr. J. H. Macmillau.  rr ���������>/*---*'  We are now showing the largest  and most complete range of  BOOTS   and   SH'OB'S.  we have ever shown in Cumber-  * -. ���������-     ���������.,���������'.-.' '���������>'  land.      The following lines are  very much in   demand :-  The funeral of ilie late itich-  ard Hargraves took place on  Sunday afternoon from the undertaking parlors, Courtenay, to  the Church of Englau, thence to  the Church of England cemetery,  Sandwick, for interment, Rev.  Laycock officiating. The Cumberland Orange lodge, ot which  deceased was a-"member, took  charge of the funeral arrange  ments, the (-ourlenay member!*  of the order also being in attendance, The funeral was largely  attended.  . Ladies' White Canvas Vacht  ing and Tenuis Shoes. $'.-A������  Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords.. Y.  2.50-**  Ladies' White Cauvas-.TJu.tt. Boots  2 7=;  Misses' White Canvas Slippers  ���������. with two straps   Children's Canvas Slippers   Uovs' Grav.Canvas Sh'jes   ' *  *  Youth's Grey Canvas Shoes   See   eur Cloth Top Button  all sizes f������r  ladies at   1. ao  I.OU  1.50  1.25  25  All of the above pm-  -ees���������Iess-43-per���������e&aV-f-r-  fott CASH  , *fy*������***>������*+������>tQ  0 ' ' ���������  .* ��������� 0 ,  If its the Latest  We Have it  MACFARLANE BROSM  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100  Mi*. V, P   Hnrripon,  bnrri-tcr, lofc b;������  auto on AV> dncailay moriiiiic*   for Niinni  mo,   on business.    Ho   will   rotiira on  Tluir doy.  ���������**���������  MURDER NEAtt OYSTER  RIVER  llichard llargravce, road foreman was shot ami ins-uutly killed ou Thursday morning lust, by  Robert Suttie, who was working  under Hargraves. The killing  took place ou the road, about four  miles above Oyster River bridge.  ft appears tlmt Hargraves and  Suttie had some words at the  road camp curly on the morning  of the shooting, when Suttie  used threatening language toward Hargraves, A. short time  afterward. Suttie went to the  Woodhtts Road House and got a  ritlc that Walter Woodhus had  been keeping for him. At about  nine o'clock, a mam u-aacu  Storey, who was on   tho side ot  the road, heard a shot,  uiui   on  looking iu the direction  of t.e  re|K)rt, saw   Hargraves  running  down the rond  with  Suttie  iu  not pursuit with a   rifle   iu  HU  hand,   Storey stepped out into  the rond between tlm pursue? and  tho puinuod,   atid   when. Sutiio  mild up to   liim,   iif-ked   Hut tin  vlmt  in   hell   wan   wrong   with  litu, Suiiiu*-4 reply, waa to   "int  OBITUARY.  Mr. Robert Dugdale, an old  resident of lhU place, pissed  away at his Home, West Cumber-  land, on Sunday night, after a  lingering illness. He was 67  years of age, and had beeu here  for 21 years, coming from Nanaimo, where he had resided for  five years. The community will  miss ������������������Old Hob," as He,wns fain,  ilinrily called. The runeral took  place on Tuesday nfteinoou ni  2-30i under the din-ction of the  U. M, W. of A., Ucv. J. Hood  officiating. The luueral was  well attended.  William Bakio, of Dciiumn Island,  was in town this wenk. ��������� Ilo reports everything O K in that  "Garden of Edun."  1  The Presbyterian chur.h bazaar'and supper on Tuesday afternoon and cvoning, was a most  success!ul affair. Judging by  the receipts, which were iu the  vicinity of 8400, a large crowd  must have been   iu  attendance.  The hall prcsontud a very busy  scene all afternoon aud evening,  The ladies in charge, nre   to   be  congratulated on the splcdid success which has crowned their  efforts  LOST���������A brooch, set with  pilaris, in tlii-Oiiinhorluml Hall on  Mudday night, or on tlio street.  Finder will plum-u return to *.\m  ullieo; coward,  Wo'ai'o pleasoil lo learn, that  Mr-*. W. E. Lnwnmce, who hau  been hcriuuslyjll nt our local lius-  jiitnl,  U recovering,  It in e.\pO������!'i'l 1 hat tin* K������- v.  James A. Wood will enm-ul Ucv,  ll. t;. l'Y<'i.in".i n.i j-nstoi' of *.yi-i.i**j  Mi'th-idii-t chureh. Mr. Y-yo-  mail gnurt to Soiilli Vaiu'iiii*"-.;.',  Krodiirhrk John, infant poii of  Ue. und Mi'ri. Mi-ntgoniory, Co.  mux, died mi Tu-hmIh^', of pinui-  iiionin,  m**immBMJsaaf2msiifmx  CAMPBELLS  CC A LaGrace Corsets  Pongee Silks  Laoe Curtains and Curtain's Muslins  arrived    this    weoli  CAMPBELLS ��� ?*^'n\***"V.*-**---.
THE NEWS. CtJMBERLAND. B. a
r
A Debt
Discharged
>      .   ___- *
By. Edgar Wallace
Ward, Lock    & Co.,    Limited
.   Londor, Melbourne! and Toronto
k J_J
(Continued)
CI1APTEI*. VII
Wh^t Torn M:.*.!c Found
.Win 13, Waiiagpr, who is bead ot iho
Rill Doparunoni ol lhe states Treasury
Fays thorp, aro twenty million dolla.s
worth of'forced .bills in circulation.
Tins in tlio stai'llinj*- news which bas
'���reati'd tlio aroatest fiOnsatlcn iu Wall
Siroot, mul whh:h nearly affects every
I'itizoi). *     �����
I should ,.-a> tliero aro twenty million
dollars worth of bills in circulation,
H.-ihl WanagiT io a/'Ncws Herald" man.
"Tbo,Treasury are considering lhe ad-
visability of making drastic changes
Jn the appearance of paper'currency.
These bills are so perfectly forget: and
printed that it is impossible for any
but Treasury ofilei-Js to detect them.
���I belio\e that tbey are being; .printed
by,,the. rait load somewhere and our
detective department is-satisfied that
tbat somewhere is Europe. The notes
arc broiisht over iu bulk, anil by, some
means thoy escape ihe customs examination. ' Generally speaking, tbo forgeries are perpetrated on bills of small
value, and ibe forgers must have the
most perfectly organized system of distribution. - * ~ .
. Wentiv.irth Cold road (his cutting in
n Nov; York.paper, witJJiout tbe distress
lio would have experienced if be had
read it on tho day previous. That morn-'
ing he bad bad a telegrai from Maple���a telegram whicli bad brought
Joy to bis soul���and be was ou the
way lo obey il3 summons when a cutting letter from the Embassy reached
bim. The thing was public properly
now; ho had wished to'have a solution of the difficulty "without unnecessary publicity.
.lie drove to tbe li.'."-:* bouse in Peck-
bam, and was surprised when tho dcor
'was open oil to him by Verity Maple.
She looked ill, but ho did net know Lhe
reason.
I've found il, Mr. Gold.-
Maplo came up the passage with gesticulating bands, and a'smile of triumph on bis unhealthy face.. He was
nervously eager to show iho detective
bis  discover j'.
The kitchen table was in its usual
"C-oHdit-ion-bt*VdisordGr-^-i)uc-thjer.c_K25.
mmm
Pe#le
are usually thin and
easily worried, sleep does not
refresh" and the system gradually weakens from insufficient
nourishment. "
Scott's Emulsion corrects
nervousness by its force of concentrated medical nourishment
���it restores the healthy action
of body cells, enriches the
blood, sharpens the appetite;
and feeds the nerve centres
by distributing energy and
power sill over the body.
Don't resort to alcoholic
mixtures or .drug concoctions
that stimulate and stupefy.
*   Get a  bottle of Scott's
Emulsion  for  your
nerves���nothing
equals or compares
with it, but insist
on, Scott's.
EVERY DRUGIST HAS IT
tf^y.u��.*aigffjHMjLi!ijMiiiBmti
��� ��� and gave tbe number, and drive as'fast
as you can. "    * ., -    "
The girl, saw nothing.more'In tbis
'than, his anxiety to save'time.
You are in a great hurry, she said
laughingly, and stole��� a*'glance at,his'
face.     What "she saw frightened her.
What is it? she asked��anxiously.
Oh, nothing, I hope,'lie said. -
..The steaming horse drove-up" 'to. the
bouse and Gold jumped out. - ,   ������
Wait here! he said. - He gave ,hor
no reason, but she obeyed antl stood'by
the gate. He knocked,- at- j;he" door,
and there was no response. ' '
I have a key. she-said-*
Give it to me. He took tho key* from
ber band and, opened the door. Sho
noticed that be closed it behind him.
She did not seo him slip a revolver
from bis hip pocket.
Maple!  bo said softly.   Thero was
no reply.   ...
' Maplo! be called again. . .
He .walked along the passage and
pushed at tbo 'kitchen door. There
was something heavy behind .it���Something-heavy but yielding.* He put his
shoulder to tho door; it gave way and
fell over with a little thud.
It was dark iu the kitchen and he
struck 11 match.
.   (To bo Continued)
ono phial which Gold had not seen be*
fore. It was a little narrow bottle,
lllled with a colorless liquid. With
hands which shook, Maple unfastened
-> the wallet where' bc kept the experimental notes..and drew out a handful
of bills. They had not heen employed
for espprimcut.il purposes, Gold noted.
The other uncorked the phial.
Watch,this, he whispered thickly,
He dipped his linger into Lho liquid
find one by one he took the bills and
pressed hia dumped linger on the loft
hand corner. Tlie first ono r.bowed no
result, except a little wet patch whore
' he bad touched it. . Nor did the second.
Goad���good notes! he almost shouted.
With the third il. was different.   He
' bad hardly moved his finger before the
spot whero bo bad touched tbo bill
turned a faint imiuvo.
That is the action, he said, of tlio
chemical upon l.]io wnteriivirk.
Ilo spoko a llltlo incoherently,   ���
Again ho tried with another nolo,
nnd again there grew slowly to view
the llltlo irmuvo pntoli,
lie. went through all tbe notes, and
when ho finished lie spread tliem on
the table,
Tho mauve is mauve, lie said wiib
emphasis,'
Gold naw thnt he bad liee-,i drinking,
but. knew dial, lie worked bettor no.
Nothing will make, nothing will -.-o*
novo tbo ataln.
.  ,   lie nodded lib-* bend windy.   This In
my  discovery,   Mr.   Gold.    Tuighl.   1
will give you tlie formula of Tom Ma-
rtchlngand Burning PlmplosSprewli
Clothing Irritated 1 Used Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment.
Well in Threo Weeks-
.... 1���_
���11 lull Tllvrr, Altn.- "My baby w.i<* a
i.'iil"<!t'T from un lifliintt .'.ml 11 liiiniliii* 011
clicst, und bin lr, Tin. troublo Ikwiii v-lih u
linn niinll i'n.-.)i nnd not, quit n
11 tl/e. Tlio 'ilii'iili'i* Hpri'ii'l
until liN Hli.ilo.-lii;htlili(| bai U
r, ,'v. v<T'* (���iiKi'i*.!. Mnniuof-'li'-m
J ��/\ fi-ni'vcd mul on Homo I Iii). top
I >\yii>oUtt\o)riir, Ilo Vii.', frf-lfflt
VI' 1 '.'*>'.- ���'���"��� ,'|,("'"' ���������''��� *'"-'' |llwa->'*'*
A-i' i-('\ '"''blnir. tlin "'l.itlifiiK li'-
fi   ' '���) \ -luii-'d   lilm.   TU   iroiiMo
'.,'IIIM.I
1.    if
I" IIH.lJ,   H..Illliln
llli .���'*������( nnd
1 J I I     I'i"''*. l!''i'W wi**-*** un.l worso;
]"1 |*v\   Ibry wi-ro n nim** of IipIiIdk
v..j *���;>  |iiin|)|(.(,   'Y'mi   tiotibli*   bail
tiisltd lv,u ni' ilu.'.i ui-el.H nud wo irlrd*
fciiiiillcii Iml. (Iii'j* I'.-illi'd.   <'iiilciiiu Hi>:ip
ui... *, -   ., ..'.". :  .'  ��� "'* ��������� ������*'*"��� ���"���*
ilu>i��, I vii-.lii-.l tlin ��'iii|iiloii wllh iml,
���watrp uml < 'uU.'iim Sou-i fimr llrnr-t a d'ij*.
llii'il U'.cd llu) Cuili'iini. Ointment nml lit
iln'i'O Mi-.-l,-" In- wnt v'-ll ti'iuln. Ue uwivi
lb lo -f?iiM.*iir,'i foul', nml 'ilrilm.'iit."
0ttnt.il) jMft*. Allrii Vi'ulfori], Nov. I, HU:',
J'or ml, roiidlii rli-ipr-'d ami lilii'illm;
liund", liftibilf. Imii.n.i- |.:i*..i.. , ..i.i t>.*.ii,f>.t
fliur'T-rud-i Vi ll It !.!i.i|.'l*".�� ii.-ilk �� -'.n.-iili'lit'
c-iiiii-ur* li'i'iUiui*' "��� :1 m-.h-I-���*. Mw.1*
hands, 011 ivllrliiK. ����� ���"������ ii.ii.iiiiiiK'iilli-'i!;*.
h'oop. Ur,', nrmliit "-.Hii ruiifiinioiiifiint't.
mid irf��r*rj/i barid.w-. <*���. <>'���'. U"< ' >'l��\"*
tlurltm tbo nliflil. CiUl'-iua l>o;.ii iuul '���!nl-
niriit aro wild by drui"l?''.'f> nml tltnlrr* (\ 1 r> -
vlKtra. VorahlxrAfrooi^iAi-h'Atm'a.^"-U
;Vi-jj. UwA. ini'I V'rt-rin) to IV.h*' l>:mi
* Chew.' Corp,, J>��,l't.. l>. It'i-',-'".,;-H A'
pie's Liquid Detective. Ho laughed
to himself. Throughout your wonderful country, in every bank, in every
store, Tom Maple in ;i littlo bottle will,
sit waiting tc pounce upon the shams
and counterfeits.
In a flash Gold realised the importance of the discovery. It was a cumbersome method, but it was effective.
No note once branded with its infamy
could repass in circulation; this was
tho Lest which scientists "in Europe
and America had been striving lo discover.
Let me have the formula now, said
Gold.   ' ' "
Give me till to-night, said the man,
and waved the other off unsteadily; I
want to work it out exactly.
Gold looked at his. watch. He .would'
have liked to have waited'until the experiment was completed. lie was
worried���for. him. lie saw the undoing ot tbis sang of forgers and fretted
at the delay., '
1 am going into town, he said, to :*cc
the Ambassador. 1 shall be back-
Nine o'clock, raid Maple.
The girl had not he.cn present a; the
interview. Ho saw ber asirenJassPd*
iiito tbe little drawing room sitting by
the window, gazing thoughtfully into
the prosaic street. ��
I am going to talk to your niece fov a
little while, ho said, and went 10 her.
She looked around as be onterad.
You  havo  left  Holder,  l-*hcar, he
said.
-i   She nodded.     Vos, I have left him.
He wailed for her to say something
more.
Was' be unsatisfactory?
Sho Hushed hotly.
Please don't talk   about   hiiii,   she
said.
H'm! said Gold. I nm sorry T advised you (0 go. You did"not let mo
know thnt yon knew him.
Ho left the house and walked clown
to Peckham Uye. "   ���
-His heart was light, and lie stopped
out with a springy gait as one who
knew no trouble, Ilo waa liior-i obviously pleased Quit ho, usually permitted bimseir to be. Two men who
had followed blm, who bad watched
liim into tbo house and out. again, wore
not so pleased. Tbey kept him in
sight, walking on tho other side of tbe
road, till bo entered lho railway station and disappeared.
Ono mnn was "ilavk, and woro bis
hair cut very short; ho bad iho traces
of an old wound on his chin, and was
npparenlly 11 foreigner. The other
was Knglish in appearance, though he
br-triiyeil bis trans-Allan Mo origin when
ho ;-pu!.o fo ask a loafer tin., wny to
Ibo nearest telephone.
The two men walked down High
Ktn-ot, mul whilst uiH' went to tho td-
(������plume lo speak, the oilier taooil gazing Into a Bliop window. , This was all
thin was scon of tbt-m, or, at any rule
nol cd.
At six iM.lo'-k that, iiriiing Verify
Maple was Hiiuiinoiie-'l by a telegram
lo London. She went, buvlng her uncle nr, work, and i-niiio down lo Voclo
bum by tbo tiaino train in Wentworlb
Gold.
lie met her on Ibo phill'tnm at Victoria.
W'n'H Inivei logi'llid*. If you rton'l
mind, lm raid,"Imd 1 iihuu't. lulls to you
nbout your employer. I liimw a great
dif'il iiwiv about, hint ihiin you Iiiiaiflne,
and I lmvc* been kli-lilng myself Unit
I allowed you in run tin- lis!; oi annoy.
hiii'i'. ���
J r.i'i.ni filled lo be iiniioy. ft, <ft\o r-'ibl
w!lb n llliln I'lull'*. She bad recover-
oil much of lui' spiru and nuiuo uf lur
color,
lie found 11 em ring*) for ber .nnd lliey
/.*ol In.
WlintV bocn niiii'^fi).",- >on now7 lio
aidicil.
For niiswiT Mil) iuul' a Tf l>" .'.raiii fr v.n
1mm* hniidbiig and hand--d it to him.
I niiiKt, i.��.'-,i juii at uuu*. 11. 1.in, .1.1.1
\,iiii .ii(i>'>
LORD   STRATHCONA'S   CAREER
Life Full of Romance and Suggestive-
ness  for  Young   Men
Lord Slratbeona, the High Commissioner for Canada, who died in London at the age of ninety-four, was one
of the world's great empire builders.
His life-was full of romance and packed with suggestivenoss for young men.
For thirty years ho was buried-in the
wilds of Labrador with no one'but tlie
L.dlans.and trappers for his companions; two thousand miles from anywhere. Coming of good sturdy Scotch,
ancestry ho built up a strong body
while he gained skill in trading and an
intimate knowiedgo of tho life of the
wilds, lie was the representative of
the Hudson's 13ay Company whoso
sign H.H.C. is sometimes read lo mean
'���Here Before Christ." ,
Donald Smith dreamed of a united
Canada, and when he came to a position of power as the head r�� the company which bc served he determined
to make his dream a .reality.-; .The
Northwest /Territories,were purchased
by the newly formed Dominion from
the Company, and he' with a few-.others
of the same spirit and .temper projected tbe Canadian Pacific Railway to
bind tho.oeast and west together. It is
easy to see the wisdom of that project
now, but when it was proposed it was
; > -"-v. f> ���-.��� ,s ,,n. ini*M".,r>tioable. visionary idea. It was Donald Smith's
faith that mado tbe present; Canada
by-opening up the Great West, that
-land���ol���inar-velousr-feiit-il-ity���aiid���pto;,
ductivoness. All Canadians delighted
to do him.honor, and when he was
elevated to the peerage-hy Queen Victoria it *was felt that this notable recognition of his services was worthily
bestowed.
Slratbeona died r, very wealthy man
and to the end of his career ho kept
in r.ctive touch with educational, plill-
'"���'' ��������������� ��� *��� ���"���''���Vii*���s work throughout tbo Dominion. He was not, content to delegate his givings to others',
but arrived at a decision as to what
he should do after painstaking iin'iuir'y
ancl investigation.       * -
Young men will do woll to ponder
his career' in the, following marked
characteristics:
liis Health.-��� This came ' from life
in the open air. a careful diet and a
rigid observance of tlio laws of health.
No man can live to Lo** nearly a century old, with I1I3 natural force unabated, without ho wnt ch on against 'the
inroads of disease and keep*- his bod"
in constant fitness for tho bard tasks
of life.
Ills Vvill.--lioRailutcnc.5ss, determination, constant 'mnslery of dltlleultles
spplj Success. Thb weak in will go to
the wall���and stay I boro, Tbo mon
who master fate and climb to. the top
aro thoso who find 11 way or mnko it.
The spirit of Strathcona was open-eyed
toward opportunities, but. neither blind
or undaunted bv difficulties.
His Consul onco wan an asset. - No
was. Scotch, nml tliat mennn that bo
(iiuiic1 from generation*- of forbears who
feared Hod with, nn lnstlnctlvo reverence. Duly was a big word in Struth-
cona's vocabulary. It s held htm
steady to bis gigniuic tniilc*) nnd II kept
tiWipR.*;'
���;.\&-y&vJLM$-!*JL;\%- M**w.'mi
h&l^t?il^&~'4iB&^&&$&!]
ROUGH
y,mmmy7mmmmm:
One thorough
application ofZam*"
Buk at night will
bring ease by morn*
ing. Zam'Buk stops
tho smarting, heats
the cracks and
makes the hands
smooth;
Mrs. A, F. Phillips,* of
Ayer's Cliff, Que.,,says:���
"I suffered .terribly from
���  chapped hands. Sometimes.
I almost cried with the pain
and smarting.   Zam-Bukwaa
recommended and it gavo me
case almost as soon as applied.
Now  my   hands  aro  quite
smooth."        ...
Also uae Z-.m-Buk (or %\\ ikln
���rupUon��, nloert, pilei. cat*, burni ��nd
tU rtln tajurltg. tOe. bo* nil druertit*
end -tor��.
���fiMHIE
him alert to tbe opportunities'' for
helpful service which,his wealth gavo
him. ��� '' '
Ills later life was spent in such surroundings as wealth and good taste
could procure, and bo was crowned
with. great honors from royalty, universities and the masses of. Ills-fellow
mon. He rose to such cminenco by
his own efforts and pointed out by hts
own examplo tbo path to greatness
open to tho humblest boy who lia-.5
similar powers and who puts them, to
similar good uses.���(jeorgo A. War-
burton, Toronto.
,. Knocking .on* the Door.
To me all knocking at a closed door
is fraght with. the.tragic,' an imperative summons to open to the unknown;
to* suspend'for tho time the present
action or conversation to make way for
that which may uot be denied.- I havo
observed, with myself ' particularly,
when in a-room alono that a'sudden
knocking at the door, coming without
previous warning ��� as' to who might
wish admittance, suspends as' if in
niid-air0.the thought or act upon which
I am engaged. A feeling of vague .apprehension possess me,'a momentary-
wonderment at-the sudden and unexpected, interruption ot thought. , And
I have observed, loo, when in a room
with others, that at a knocking at the
door all will turn townrd it, suspending action, leaving the speech uncompleted, wiih a strained expression in
their byes, as if fearing something disastrous, whilo tho shadow of silence
will fall upon us until tbo door is
opened and the cause of tho unknown
summons . discovered. Though the
shadow of silence in such an instance-
is of sucli short-duration aud may fall
so .lightly upon somo that it may bo
unperceived, to mo it is U0112 the less
real,���Atlantic.
- Kecognizod as the leading specific for the destruction of worms.. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has
proved a boon to suffering" children
everywhere,   lt seldom fails.
Because sbo insisted, in the editorial columns of her paper, that dies*
auing, Michigan, needed "a real boss
to keep the town from going to tho
dogs," Miss'lilancho D. Inglais, editor
of the Chesaning Monitor, has been appointed town marshal. She accepted
tho-position and is .getting .ready' to
run tho town to suit-herself. ,'Y
The former marshall was dismissed
because tho village officials bad no
money to.pay for his services, but he
was no sooner off tbo job than things
that "Upset tbo peace and dignity of
tbe little town began to happen.
- It was then Miss Ingails told, the
city council" just how tho town ought
to be run. She mado it so plain that
the council gavo her the job and advised her to enforce her own-*plans.
The Sun Lifo Assurance Co. of Canada's  Report Shows  Progress.
Once again the Sun Life Assurance
Company ot Canada has-j justified its
motto of "Prosperous arid * Progressive', and shows- for 1913 a distinct
gain ovei* the'splendid results in 1912.
This gaia is specially noticeable in
Business in ^orce and New Business,
! Twing tbat if theroohas^l-een any
shake up in business, it has not affected tbe it -���- -.0 of tbis institution.
Assurances In force now stand at
over two hundred millions of dollars
to  be  exact 5202,363,996.00, an in
"crease .-ver 19T2-of^iffi'ost-twenty-
���million dollars; whilo new business
���paid for hat. jumped to over thirty-
four million of dollar's,.being an-Increase of .hreo and ; half million over
the proceeding year.
Tho Company's surplus over all 11a-
bilities and capital now stands at livo
and.three-quarter millions,*its as-ics
hoi"nj�� almost fifty-six million dollars,
and showing an increase of over six
millions for tbo year.
Oiico again tho Sim Life*asserts Its
position as tho Premier Canadian'Lifo
Company, and .Ca:.r.da may well bo
proud of the success of fits intltutlon
Company, illustrating as it does tbo
result of the foresight of many thousands pf men wbo rely on it for the traditional rainy day.
This report is another bright spot
on the linanclal horizon. .
NO "A MIRACLE
Juct Plain Cnuee and Effect
Thero are i-ohjo quite romnrbablo
tiling!) happening every day ,which
m-oiii nlniuM, inlriu'iilon**. ,  , ,
Homo per-ioiif) would not hellovo'Iiiit
a man could Buffer from coffeo drink-
'.ng no Riivcroly no (6 (*nui*r* npolls of
iiiieiiiiHuloiiaiKH-H. And to llnd rollef
lit chniigliig from coffoo to l-iwuim is
well worth recording. T<'ii al��o toil-
jiiliiii I'lilToln- tbo iJiuno iiijurloiui drug
found Ml cufl'i'it,
"I iii-oil Id bo .1 great, coffeo di Inker
-*<*���. iiiiu.-ii i-o tbat It waB lilllili!* 111.* ">y
Ini'lii'ii.   M.v lui.irt locnin*- t-n weak j
'���voiiM full and lie iiia-oDS.'li'iiM for an
hour at a Unto.
"Mv friend.'!, nml oven the doctor,
told mo It wjim drlnl'liiK eufVeo tlint
fiiuarft tin. (rouble. 1 would not believe it, aud id 111 drank colTeu until 1
-.(villi not loavn my room.
"Then mv douior. wh- drin!..*. I'-mt*
,...-. ii'mm-df. -ipraiiiidi'd mo to mop rof.
fi-o nnd try I'oaiuui. ,j��iu-|- unun n>.-���
    /  ' V. 1   1  \    '���������'
It. wan iron, ���.n. of (he ...M.riiK.r-i o , \umQ fm. ,.joro ,j,.lu f,mp U10���;,l3i
Lord Pullbnrutigii, tdiu Hald, nml n.iti
���illv I (hoiii'iil lli.'y uniil.'il iiniiii. liif'ul'-
'IliiilKMI  Uulll   in.,   -atiin u  . in.  .,��
Inivo - j ��iiR))bi fer-ri'laiy, ^on l.now������
and 1 have bfi.n lo Iliuiipsifil'd on a
wild goot'c cluii-e'.i.
W'lij ?
Hho folded Ibo Inlegram up and jmt
it In ber bug.
"I feel better, ideop boiler ainl am
heliiM* r*\.'iy '.vuy.   I now ilrliil* noililm;
hilt    1' i.ilUllI   ill)vt   IV11.1..1   \,\i  .U.J.,   ,, , ',
aa I nm :i'!vriity yean- of alio ai! my
I'rb'iiilM iblnk ibo Improvement quite
1 omni liable."
Niiiiio gtvoii bv Ciinadiiin l'03tti;:i
Co, Windsor, out. Writ.' for .1 copy
of lho ffiiiiuiiii little book, "The Head
[*-.',  u '.<".'���,- ;\ iod i-p:i,':.ti--T wan noli;1* \.v"!|viiV.'';*	
' tit-nt for, ill- said,   Tlio U'b-finiin was " |��0Kruin'noi\ rome.- lu two
V/. N. U. 994
forum,
nt-fj-'l-tr Pcetum���muct ho wull boil-
. d.   tr.c. an.1 '.������>(���. piifUiigf-"*.
Instant PcBttim���is a Ho|ublo pow-
Cf<r.   A  ?.*..*i*"t);or)!'!!l d!(-**<d\,<'a -julcidy
lu :i pup of hot water and. -.".iili en-im
nnd sugar, luitki-.; :��� ddli-laii.t bevoragi;
'ns'l*i.<'-tly.     -''<,#** and TtOr. Hns.
Th.. <os*t j��r cup of b-aii hbnh h
i'ii- 10 was     b.iurom *��� ih in tho h'a- n- vir n<'�� tuouo.
' tT-111 yard, and be Imltni It. j    "TIiero-R a Jlinli.on" for Portum,
!   lnl'\o to Cr$ ��� !-.*! I'ltliii < ).I'-'iil, be nAft) ��� -?'jld b/ il-cppri*
n ' '.a--.
A boa:.? A'.-bt-A CAA, an>l-f"li a Kink-
Ing ut  lioiirt.
���'-.mi b'*-l,v, for ?'nii).> r.'-ifiin, di-slrc.l
lu-r ali.-. iu*.! from 'bo b��ii*u\ 11-��
spin it;; on' of the train nn toon nil It
|.u!h'.I lido li     .-talk':* ard i*:*n dov.-ii
The Pill That Leads Them All.���
Pills are tho mo.U portable and compact of all medicines, nnd when easy
to tako iivo tho most acceptable - of
preparations. .But thoy must attest
their power lo bo popular. Ah Panne-
l.'o's Vegot'abl - Pills are Uio most popular of till pP.ls thoy must fully meet,
all requirements. Accurntily compounded nnd conipoiiod of Ingredient!
proven to bo affective In egulattng 'ho
illgeslivo organs, there is no surer mod-
icliio to ho had unywhoro.
Prospppts of. brenlitasting In Amor-
lea nnd dlnlr.g in ISuropt aro held out
to ns by the numerous airmen who intend to try u Tram*tUlnntic flight this
summer. The happiest suggestion ie
for a flight lo bo mndo by an ICngliHh
army airman and v Unitod Stales
navy flii-r in celebration of tho poaeo
cunioiiary. Most airmen favor a fllglit
witli several donconto on to the wu'er
for fresh Hiippllei-i of petrol, but ono
putorpiitio In for a non-stop flight of
fifteen houi'b. Tho oroning could !>'.���
made fn this timo, it in said, ll n
p)i);iiio,(*f 'AHA ]),\,, v.'ero lined and u
speed of mini t* Hi ini, ovor 100 miles ��\n
hour -'miiliitiUiied, Ijocing, howovor,
lhat nl. thlx rato nt IphhI 220 pounds
of fuel would bo used per how*, a
weight or nbi.til ono ton and a b ...'
would havo lo bo curried. Tho aoro-
plnno thai could curry this dead
wolgbt or fur 1 Is not built, and Is i.ot
likely to bo I'or Homo timo yet. That
bring fa), non-Mop fllgblii nro hardly
.(.(thin '"" rill"" "t iir,n"'c 1 nvla'i ���>
They will bo made, no doubt, before
very luimy *"���" r*.'
at 1pii��I wo have, ti\\o.ft from today
ri'iurn oicpiiri-loiis from America.���
I.rndon Clti7.cn.
Pralce Appreciated.
Mnniigcr-���-Mr. Snilib, of lulu yoin
worn luirt In-K-u '��>;,�� u- .'.''��� a* Jwj.
Hmltb  u-ag.-rJy    intorruptlng) - Mr.
.1o:ipi*.   l'vo" heon   working hero for
l.hipo months now, and, though 1 imvo j
tried my "-befit that's tho ltr.*-t. bit  off
.,..-.'l.-, i'ii'ivf> vpcpIvpiI p.llU'o l'vt< boon
ii'-ri.*.   Tlit-mli yuul---)'��ll 'Ai'Aii iia/.i-uc.
He Stuck Him
Judge --"i'oa tny yon raw tlmt prisoner turibo llm (.*oiiipI.'ilnaut. On
what provocation?' Wlin*'��is~"\V)iy
!i>.. jiiiIIpiI out n roll of blllt*. your
honor, .ludg. ���-"Ami jou mean io ;ay
ilu-. prlHoin'i- HtrudJ lilm for ilmiV"
Wltncfs���"W< 11. bn BU.n-k '.Din im*
aoino of It."���Hontoii Truiim-rlpi.
MoibPr (o1* J.'i*"!' asliorpj 7- Wbleh
would :*on rather k���� to totiight, ���.bo
c-jjt-j'i-it nr ibe icwinrsw- lpriMT^*?
Taf|.:--.VK* or* tb<> stinali and ilu? wa-
.pri*iir."' *��� *' r "-t'-tor thr-movln-r
l>!. t"
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
ty local upplimton-, ni Ihey cannot tttch Uio dl*.
coafd porlK.a ot Ihn nr, ntrv- li only ono way to
eure OMtacu, uirt tlmt Vl liy conelltiiUoiiil rrmtdlM.
Deafnua ti citUHi by ��n tafUmed conditio;, ol Ih*
in'icoim .llnlnj oi tlia lCiultrhUa 'rube. When thla
tu','<> I" 1'iflam* I ymi havo a nimbllnv nound or Im-
parlcct liuirUig, nnd wfctm It Li entirely rlMtd, Ileal*
��m- j- tha i*mu!I, Md iiuIcm th- Innarainatlon ��an bt
taken out and ibla tube rwlorcd to lu normal wufll.
Don, brarlni; rill l*e dwl-royMl torevrr; nine cmim
but ot tea are cauaed by Catt-rrli, ���wblch la nothlD(
but ho iDfl-imml conilltlwi of the nucoiu umliitt,
We vill civ* Oue Hundred Dolleva (or any cue of
peafne-a (rauanl by catarrh) that cannot lie cure*;
by Hull'* Calairb Cure.  Send tor elrculan. free.
F, .1. CUBNKY it 00��� TOltdft (X
fio.u by DruuliU, He.'
Take Hall't Family rilli lor eoaitlj'iUwv
', Truth and.Fiction ,  '- * ���
Major* Schnapps���I* want a rug for
tho bar of "tbo golf club. *
&ssi3tanjj=,Y_e3-_sir,'you wan* somfr
thing for hard, wear.
BABY'S OWN TABLETS
0    BANISH CASTOR OIL
Ouco a ".lother uses' Baby's*. Own
Tablets alio w,ill never again uso Gas-
tor oil, that barbarous purgative which -
all children loathe. Tho Tablets aro a
gentlo laxalivo; pleasant to taUo and
aro absolutely tho 'best medicino a
mother can give her littlo ones. Concerning thom Mrs'. Hector Blanchette,-
Kouvillo, Quo., writes: "I havo used
baby's Own,Tablets in-placo ol castor
oil and am ; ell.satislled wiih them."
Tho Tablets aro- sold by medicine
dealer** or by mail at 25 cents a box
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,,
Uroeiiville, Out. h   \
The Latter indispensable
Jack-���I don't bellovo you'vo the snud
to propose, anyway.
Tom���You'ro mistaken.   ��� I have tha
sand, bui I havou't the dust
Our young barbarian** aro primitive
beingi*. Life is to them a picturo the-
nter of phyi-k'.nl iiclivlUr-s. Action Is
all. They would ml lior nail ft boat ir
Kiel; 11 bull than read a book, ond
when tlioy nro mjoo'-d Into rendi 11 g by
a llamltig wrapper or n color plulo it
la not i'or ido.isi or annUii'lk* ImprPfls-
floiiH. An litovcnsoii (taitl Ioiih; ngo,
"Hlor-iionci.- and thought, oharnctor
and conversation wore but obsta.ilo**
to brush hkIiIo as wo dug blithely
nftor a oertnln nort of incldoiit, lllto a
pig for truffiOH" Not' for potatoes or
other homely foods; to tbo boy the
merely real npell duUnens: "A dny of
my lifo at bcliool" Is sliiip'y boring,
Tho liPnltby boy liungors nnd thirsts
for incidents und tiltiiiitlnm*, outslilo
IiIh i'X|K!r|ptiee, t;p nrdently Indeed
tlint bo will wpavo Into tbo find texture of ordinary tilings tho bright
threads of i-omuuco.���Hnrhrrt Strung
in T. Wn \Veolily, London,
Thn lmrdiaml.- who walk In IliPir Rleep
Make happy tbo womon thoy marry;
For then if the babli-H filionid ivcop,
Tliny'ro pauBisd to tlieir father.** to
curry.
PRESIDENT
SUSPENDER
Cold Fact.
CusBwortliy���Wero you IoIIowb ills-,
ciissln' mo?
Dammo���Nopo; only cussln' yon.
Mlnrrd's Liniment .Cure 3 Burns, Etc
. Ilia Wife���It's too hot here.
" fireat Iluniorlst���Xo, It Isn't.    I'm
writing summer jokes for next season.
���.������HI���.*����������HI.W >
A tailor with moro ingenniry thnn
pdui.'iiilon had ocusslon recently .to or*
der two l.irgo flailronn of tho vlirioty
known as tho "tuilor's Boose." Uo
Hcrati'bi'd his head in dono periilesliy
over tho proper plural form to uso.
"Two uillori1' gooiiDs!" ho miittoroil.
"Tlint doesn't nound right nl. ull. Two
talloirt' gec.'ies-���Unit sound3 woruo
yet!"
lfe pu?zlflil over Mio quofltlon till, It
hptfun to worry bim. but nud.lpnly d
bright li-cln popped Into I1I3 head, ilo
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C  Ci ALI, AIUSSATTO,Applio,i.ifc.  ���������, D *ted this 1st day < ������ Ootobor 1913.  .NOTICE ia hiroby given tliatou the fir������t  d.iy of D jo n'isr   next application   will', be  ' made to the Superiatendi:i.t of   Provii eit*]  .    Police, Victoria, fer the renewal *of the ho-',  tel liaense to sell   l.qu'ors ' by retail L tne  .   hoCU known as the L irno'hotei, situated at  Comox, 15.C.      '    ,Gkob������b M. Bahlow  Dut������d Oetober 1, 1913.   ' .  NOTICE is hereby" given that on tbe  fust day of November iQt.**, application  will bcmade to lhe Stiperintenclein ol  t Provincial I'olict-, for a renewal of-the  wlulc������ale liqu ir licen-*e iipon the pi.em-  ises known a*, Lot 24, Subsection j, Nelson Disitici. '  ,.    ������  PlhSE.NKI* ������KKWlNfJ' COMl'ANY."  D.ited October ist, u;*j '   '-  NOTIOK ih brcby Kivun ihatou tho  fir.-t day of Decciulwr nextappli.at'oo.wil  be made to the Sn*.e intoodei.t ..f Pl-ovin-"  cifil Poljce, Viot-liu., f..ra r.noival of the  h-.tei luenso to eell Jiqu ������rs by i-t--b.--.il in  ��������� ll)o hotel kjowu as the Union hotVi. situate at U. i in, B LY John N. McLkod  Dii'til the' 1st day of October, 1913  ���������   Comox-Union Bay-Nanaiiio-Vancc'uvbrI-Routij  i -  Reaves Comox,. Sunday, 4 p. ���������, Tuesdav��������� x i.      ;.  reaves Umcr Hay, Sunday, fr m... .Tuesday) ��������� 0,clock, U,,  RKTHBi^T��������� 't^' Naua"no and V'noouvw.  RhlURNING-Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  ^ or Nanaimo, .Union Bay and Comox.   -  Subject to change without notice.     ���������  CANCELLATION OF 1X1.-  ^  N.'TlCJC-is her. by .t-iv n that ou fie  , first day of I) ooinliw next, applioaton wiil  J*o nafto to ,Ue Snperiiituudeiit of PrjviuciaJ  Police, Viotoria,'for the renewal of' the hotel license to sell iiquora by retail in the  U >tel known as tho itvt-rjide hoiel, situv ee  at Courtenay, B. G. . 0. II. Fkohnku .  I) .ted October I, 1913.    ''    "  .., NOTICE ts uereby -,'ivou tint on the  first day of December next application will  bo mude to tbe Su't>eru.teudctifc cf Provincial Police. VLtuiii, for theronowalof t,he  hotel license to Bill liquors by tetailiu the  liot 1 Know as tbo Wihon hotel, situated  ������t Uujo 1 Bay B.C.  Alfukd Ujiper House  Dated Octobei ], 1913.      ���������  -NOTICE is hereby given tmitori the  first dny of Dscembor nt-xt application wil!  ba inado to the Sapsrintendoat of- Provin  cial Police, Victoria, for the renownl of tin-  l)6;il lictfu o to sell Ikjito 8 l>y rttad 11 tht*  lio-el kuo vn a* tin JfoUon hotel, sitme i  at Utiiort Bay, B.C. ��������� ' ���������, Johx Fii.vseiu!  _Date_dLUitoberJ.si,ilDlS.   DRINK  Tlie purest and best BEER, aud  made in Cumberland.  nion  Hotel  J.    N.    McLEOD   " PEOPBiEXor,  English 4 x BUIITON alwayn-on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BKERS���������Anhenaer, Bohemian, Sch tz, &c - "'OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best V iues and Liquora of all kinds  The larding aad Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence  will l>o tou: id First clas* iu every re-peut. .  ipi 00 per day and Up  "t"'������������  \'  The, Courtenay Hotel  Ev-iry convenience for guests.  The CentialHotel for Sportsmen  Non** but the. Best of Wines and Liquors  ai the Har.  flATES  REASONABLE  1  John Johnston,   Prop  'IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  ���������NANAIMO IIOUDKN AT  NANAIMO, "  IN THE MATTER-QK William  Herbert Hiitton   deccuaed, in  testnte, Into of Conrtonuy, B C.  AND*  IN THIS .MATTE It'of tho "Otli-  cial Administrators Act,"1  . TAKU NOTICE  tlmt by order of His Honor Judge   Darker,  innd-'   on   tlie tltli  day of   Feb  rimry,  101-4,  I    wns    appointed  A-liiiiiiistmror ot" the Estate of tli<������  above mentioned dw*eft*n:il, und nil  ��������� pm Mob having claims agninst lho  said entitle 111*0 hereby  required to  furuieili siiiue, properly vorilit-d, to  nie on or before tho 15th day of  March    10 W,   AND    nil   pur-  tie-* indebted to eaid oHtute, are required to pay tin* amount of their  indebtedness to uio forthwith,  Dated tin's llth dny of Fobru  ary 1011.  W, Weslkv Wii.uk 11/  Olliuial Adininiiitriitor,   Oiimbcrland, 11, C.  ^    O. H TARBELL  SERVE.  JNOTICE IS HEREI1Y,GIVEN ilm  llie reserve, tlie noiice of  which 'ipj.e*&'  ed in the 11. C. (Jnzotte on llie   37th d.lv  ���������>f December, 1917, is cincelled in.so far  . .is it rcl;uc������:.to llie   followingu parcels ol  '.;ind;~tl,q W. 1 j of ihe S.  E.   1-4, the  ���������S. W. 1-4'and the S. 1 i of the,  N. * \\*V  ��������� --jwcslof ilie river in .Section 4; llie S.  E. i-4. llie S.E. 1.4 of ihe S.   W.  1-4  ���������and the X. IC' 1 -4 in .Section 5:   the   S.  i-^ of the .S. Ii. 1 4 in .Section 3; the t> K.  i-4,ilie,S,\V. i-4 iind ihe E.   1-2  of tlie  N. E i-4 in Scciion 16, and   the K.   1-2  of lhe h. K 1-4 and N. j.2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, S.iywi.ul Dis'.rict, and  die N. E. 1 4 of tin- N. E.   1-4  j���������   Sac-  lifin 32; die N Ii t-4 of the S W t 4 and  the N W 1.4 jnulN t-2 ol the.N'E 1 j in  Section 33; ihe N r-2 of  ihe   N, W   1-4  and the N i-a of theNE |'-4 in Scaion  M\ -ind the .S 1-2 and N   \V 1.4 0f the. N  VV 1-4 in Scciion 35,   all in Township 6,'  S.iyward Disuict.. * ',    '  The said l.iiids will be open forentry bV  pre-emption on Monday, the 181I1 day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications   to b������inade at the  office of the-Covernmeht   Agent,   V.m-  couvor.   No Pre-emption'' Record  shall  include moreni.tn.40 acres of hind except incises where itis" desirable 10  in.  elude small fractional   portions  of lej*;il  ���������Subdnlsions; information'in which con  nection may bc obtained from plans * on  view'at the abo\e mentioned Ajjency.  '  ,   R. A. RliNWICK'  v ^  Deputy Minister of Lands.  .LahdS ��������� Department, ..Viuioria, 15.   C.,  February nth. 1914.,.  RECEIPTS     .  Gov't grunt to City... .55037 U5  Gov't grant to' Ouuip...  lOllB 25  High School fees -    270 00  Special Gov't grant....- 2f>00 00  Paid by .Oity ,of  Utuu-  herland       QUO 7H  #11%/'*en =3-VC*B&-  n*.  Total Rw-oipts 8ri302 9(1  EXPENDITURE  ���������   Anvonosi>nulncfi ,-  ouinki-   -   ��������� *������������������ -  ;. *lr .-i.c0.-t.MU ������v.t il,''.y!un j"sc in .  i-r A,.  fr������. imwt fur-..��������� *!Jiim?.i-.J.".- A .... -  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE'  Teachers', pularios ....  t^uiitor;   ScftVHngur,'.-'-, '.-...  Toller 11113. teloplionu.,  A.Maxwoll, liuuliifTo...  Poiiei- tt  KirkUridul.  hiiiilHgti   T, 1). McLean, stittiun-  ery  iuul  repium..  A. Ii. Poavicy,   ^tu?ii>:i������  cry nud iiooks.'.,.  Islandwr, priiiriiii--. .'.,.  N- * . ������ 1  0W6  '        ���������'  0. ll. Tarbe!!, etijiplios  . and labor ....  Dr. CLK. MacNaiiHiion  1 o *.  medical inspt'ction      112^5  Thomson Stat ionury Co'  .   books...'   Five 'JVxt iiook   Office  ,'   hooks...'   ���������L J,. Donggan,   Trustees,   Association.  Daily   Province,   a"ilv'g  87U23 (JO  M0 0!)  HO 00  "   d 00  , u 00  12 fit)  4-OU  OH lo  j*J .0o  iy ou  timiBKi.1i  AWti frtft. i>U\yst n-'T:.t-y tm i^}l,'^  SVii'T^^^^^Mv.Wvi'r/  :to  ipertal notkt, tU y^out u.' *.- ,-,     ixl  mum jimksL  . j-uh'.iaii of mv nMcni'lda to'irn-i ���������   -Ai.:, th  Mm t% -l-O.^*'r* ��������������� '������������������* w, S w; *'���������&><;' I  M-M* t^-+l    -in*. 4-J.f������<U������l������i      ^fc  H  yo  1^-  ."'.,*'���������'* ***i*i  T*.;'b-*-'?0-  h ���������''���������ft.iii 1  NO] ICV ']���������*,. .*.*���������-, :hi^'',(W,  [}.,i.  ���������:-C*f.  ���������-'.* iJaSi  li;r. "it.  23 20  0*\   'i'  li,0     ,J\  Better,  Cheaper,Than. Most Dairy Feeds  Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors   ��������� .    N \l\-AIMO, B. C.    ,.  NOTICE  ESQUIMAU & NANAIMO RAILWAY  LANDS  Every conveyance . from the  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Rl way"  Company, not already registered,  should be lodged in the Land Re-  gistry Office before May 3 ist,  next, pursuant to the Land Regis.  try Act Amendment Act, 1914."  L. H. SOLLY,  Land Agent  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN ''.UTENSILS  Sporrsmens Goq-ds  and  General Hardware  Vrolin Strings, Talking machine ncedl������s nnd Victor Rccoixl*  for 5.tle at the New* office.  Don'l   fidget.  10  pUcc  >(>nr  next or4cr for printing wiih us,  NOTICE  Any jioreen or norsons, cutting,  roiuovingor taking nny block?,  timhor or wood, of any depcriptiodn  )olonging to tlio Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off thu lnnd  Oi l:C lii.id   injiiijiituy,    m    ,'HIVOHf  tipl'itig nibbisli of any tlescription  ftiiywhcro upon the compauy'H  lnnd will ho prortpcutoil to tho full  ox ton t of tliukw,  J. IC. J-OGICAKD,  Goneral Mfinfigor,  Colliery Co,y,  notkje.  Hiding on locomotives nnd mil  wny oar������ of tho Union Colliery  Company by any perpon or per-  wnB���������axcopt tftincrc-v-JM strictly  proh?h������t-wl. Kmploycci /ro iuh-  tatotfiftmitMil for allowing un-  Uy onlt-r  J. R.  LOCKARD,  General Manage .  IN THE) COUNTY   COUHTCOF  KANAI.MOHOLDKNAT  CUMIUC1U-AKI)  IN   TIIK   MATTKFl   of Thonup  ������mHhvdiToafc*od, ini0)<tfttc, wlio  died in Noluon  District on April  20 th 11  , l  AN!)  i" -i**- oUki.hh.tn mo 'uinr'nl  Muihiiatra-turD Act ���������"  TAKK NOTICK thnt by ordor  of Hih Honor Judgo Mnrkor. mnd������  tbo 5;h day of Novamh(.>r 101.%!iv������.s  ���������������l������������������iiiiiwi adraiiiu-iMtorof (ho k-j.  tnto of tho ft|)0V0 njontioned do  coined, nnd ���������)��������� partiog ,,nvj .f  cUm-OigiiiiBitl-a ,ttfj oBtotonr-j  ur nidh Mini*,  pvoj.Hly verified, jo me on or be-  forotlw HU, ,Uy t,f ivcft^bc,  WW. ANJ)all|i������riiMii-ribhu-din  ������ d whte, are required to p������y tbe  Rmonntof thdr fmlebleJne-i to  mo /���������rthwith,  Hit-dtWi Hid   Jrty of   Kovt-m  hot, mm  Officii** Ailminiilr-ccr,  Cumb-rUud, II. O  LIQUOR :A0T-1910.  Section 42.  -^NOTJGE~f^~lJeTfclyy'^T*^"?r~fHar  one\     rnonUii froin-        date,  applicniion "will bo Vnude-to tii*-*  Superinlendent'of Proviiu-i^L pol  icu for a license for the'pale of  liquor hy wholeealo iiv and upon  ihepremii-os Bitmtedin ihe'town*  of Courtenay, H. C. known anc-  detforibed as Lots 80 ai.d 31, Foc-  j'ioi/01.  f    IMled this J,r)th day of   April.  1914  UNION BREWING OOMl-ANY.  '���������������������������.'-'. '    . Idd.  ' Conrad* Reitel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  NOTICK i8 hor-ehy- given tbat,  on ilio lat day of December next,  application will be mndo to the  Superintendent of Provincial Polico for lonewnl of the botel licence  lo etill liquor by rotail in tbo ho-o1  known as tne Mulu'iiinu Ilotvl,  fMinle at Lnnd, in tbe Province of  Brili.sli Columbia. ���������;  Dated tin's 8'.b day of October,  1913,  FRED THULIN  Applicant  Se.o.-y*6 salary  12 mos '  Nowb-iry & Ashlev.'ln-  snranee, new ecliool ���������  Po6tagH   and    stationery, 32 mos   Wm. Potter/labor   l>.   Kilpntrick,   coal..  hanlinrr   O.O. (D.)Limited,  coal '  S.- Ltd so r & Oo.\   chalk  Sbibata, clock........  lLiyiiiaiKtMc'Rae,towJ's  TrErBaterilose, glass  Bundries:   Cf. Downes,  bouks   L.  AV." Nunns, ������������������wat-.-r ���������  -  12 mcs...;   Uoystqii -Mill,   lumber  High school pupils, six   '  day's   teaching...  SchoolAioya -..  Waphing tuwels     Special grant cwpendit-  t ii re, Chirk&Stuwnrt  Co. Ltd. fiirnitiini..  A. McKinnon, t'lirn'tre  Septic tank   Repairs  to old  ndiool  Maps   Labor putting' in   new  desks   10 0(  2 7f  00 01  145 0(  ' 10 0(  33 of."  22 o"':.  127 "51"  l' Oi  -'���������0 5( :  vi ������-'������������������  J ���������' , ������,*  -  22 u*'  "..*������..  .t   ���������'  I'M- Oi  "5 ii;  12 Of  - 1 Bt  0 t](  1130 0.1  200 00.  275 0()''  ���������8!)0 00  do 00  100 00  Total oxpendit. 1018   ������12802 M.  okall'i' r:s i  ^ ''TiMutt'   fr ;;;.>  "���������ill be ic .- .'H ,i.\ ���������(  -M'lnisti!! tu i'-^lir-VVnv'--: . i  -��������� ��������� ;,.-,ri ���������;���������'  I'ucfrfJav,  ihe K;ih ihy of May iqi._ *'*,r  ��������� li'-  i-ivMion an A '���������'.>rni<!-.*-i.ifii-* ">f a i,'������������������.'.'���������  rimin stlioni-.i-.Vin:- -,'. "*'-.. ? *\,,*._ CuY-  herlniid, in i'i.c '"c:no-- i*;i;ci.inw O'.iw c .  H.iiis,   sjj-'tifii.'.iu-'ri**,   .-.inline'    And  funis oi lender m:u i;**.-bCLii;*:; aivi  e.(-  t'f      llie ist        day        oi       ,.V-\v,'  ! ���������*) i 4,-* as -ihe c. tTivo. - ������ f  Mr. J. liaird, Govenimeni'A.n������iH.. 'Jniii-  i)fi-lHiid,-H. C; Mr. A. J. Siuhcrl.ind,  .Secietaiy of thu School Ronti;- Cumberland; H. C'.; Mii-.l lhe, l)ep:.rtiT,c'm of.  l'uljlic Wml*s, VicsiiiiA.  liy :i|vplicaiun   to   ihe   undersigned*  .'ontractors ifi.iy obia-n  a   a py��������� of the  ,i!ans and spccificati-ins   for  ihe s-Oin  cf   ,  too dol'isrs (Sin), which will be ^rofunt'e i  ,iri reiurnit-}- s.uno in t,rood order.  Kach proposal  must be accompanied  by iiti accepted , bank cheque, or, fcrlill-  rate ofdeposU- on .i cHnrleral  bank cf -  t'anada, made pay-ible "to  the- Honouf-  1 ible tlie-Miuisier of ],ublic Woiks, for a  ui.'  equal to io  yoi ceiu.of ilie tc-iuu-r,  tIiicnTifIii~rJc"frirfeit"ord~n!ic^"frny tpn-  ���������deiinj* decline   ic.  .tntci' into .'.ontract  .\ lien called upon to .do so, or if lie f;nt  ii cnuiplei'*-   ilu-    ������o:U-'-r.i.n*.i.ir.;ed"  IV,,..-*  l-'lif' fhi---jH*v-. oi .-r-.-iin.-;ur.N  bf.t.iepfisii cf.  ���������������������������Hi'crcs-*fu:'ii_-ridci*j*-!i v\\',  ";:.���������  veuiuicc  .i   llien   upon   the   ^-ecuiinn   bi   the.  untraci.  Tenders will not ho. aiiisid-jyed Unle?.?,  -nade.rmi on the   fonns supplied, sifnea *,  .���������.iili the actual sis'nature of the lender*  L-r anri   ciK-losed in ihe c-n\clo*v������s furn-  i.shed        , "  'I'he lowest or a'tiy lender not nccassar  ily accepted.' ,   '  '    'J. li. GKJKFITir,  Deputy Minister anil J'ublic Woiks  Rn-fiiieer; DepatHnent of Public Work^'.  Viciorift, B..C, April 18,1*^14,  '������>���������*������ '" mvi6  *w>w-*--m-������nnnai)1  " LIQUOR ACT, 11)10.  Section -12,  NOTIOK is beteby Rivon Ibat,  on tbe Int dtiy ol December,noxt,  nImplication will be mada to the  tfiiporitilondeiH of Provincinl P������il ���������  ice for renewal of tfio liolol licence  to soil liquor by lolai) in tbo hotel  known as tlio Willow-* Ifotpl, idtti-  nlo nlComplcll Uiver, in tbe Province of HritlshColumbia.  Onled tbis Sih day of October,  11)13.  CAl.VAlVSj THULIN  A|iplioa(il  High pchool foes dim $54 0~0  Respectfully  fiiibmitted.  THOMAS H. CAlUJy,  St'Hi'otnry.  Hoard of School Trustees, O1111V  berland, 11. C��������� Jan. 8, 1W4.  I horeby certify thar 1 havo ex  LIQUOR  AOT, 1g10  (Section 35)        .    *  NOTIOK is horeby given Mint,  011 the ninth day ol May next,  application will bc made to the  Superintendent of IWincinl Police for the graiuiug of a licvusi*  for the sale of liquor by reu-il in  aud upon the pii-mist'sto be con  structcd iu accordance with tl'c  plans and specifications to be tiled with llu*. Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, aud to be  known as the 1'ier Hotel, and to  be situate .it or mar the govern  iiieut wlnuf at Royston, Nclcon  Dibtiiel, British Columbia, upon  tl-r>   I'liwle;   (|i"-(.|-!l(r..l    .,c-       T   nlr.       a..  and ?.i iii Block K of the Subdivision of part of sections 4 ami  6 A.  Snywftn] I^nml Diitriot.  Dirtriut of Huywtrft.  TAKE NOTICE tint II������lon  ]Ull,  of  Ho tot Uiy, IJ, C, intendu tn  ������pply   for  permfailon lo Iomb tho followiml imrWi.  cd lnnd:���������Hra������ll UUndln Vniilolph Crook! ...  Iin-oon, on Cortog litinnl, i-������mmrnaiiig nt |     I)alc" t,ns ���������st f,ay   ������������   April,  ������ Iirmt jilnnted on tho hjouthwest oornor of   19Z4.  iftittid, tlioneo fplIowinR Hit Rl,or������ inrlh-  ������rl*?" around llie island tu point,   of   com.'  mpnemcnt, cnntaintn**; 60  nr**-m*.!*dor!  lt*������.  HSLEN BULIi.  Dttal Murc't 14,1014.  tmmacr *  %  ���������*��������� . "Haas  WOK ;��������� JVi.lv--- oaiH, kids aud  MADE 5^ CA������)AuDA  CHHaroALLY mm  Cauadlnn Oovernnicnt testfi  show wo hovn tlio p'trcut,  ond hlgliostslniiRtli rrocJn.  aflJctt'3 Is uaed  by  tho  beet tiakcrs sail Catcrera  everywhere.   Coei.'* 110  moro thnn tlio Inferior j  nJuItcratcd Vdudti.  j E. Vt*. CnJUBTT CO,LTD. L,  j|i Tor������/nl<i OnU ,1-A 5  Hmii;y Imri!.?.  Applicant  Xiit. (������������������<(.( J.;.i/i'.������/i iUml'illf.  A poi It w '.������tr,itvr ai*fo:t.j, .ii  . ... . . ���������   ������Xji*J U'ciiknt-u, Mcnr/il ntj.l  billV. Term** on ���������nmlif-'itinii tn ''������"'*������*'���������������' *���������������������*��������������� Uraln Worn*, KmMont,Spo  tjiny. luiibon appilC.lUOU IO mi.torrhora, Impoteney, urocW of A'Yvi'or  it      ..,-,. . ... ... hi**"   -" -���������' -"���������*������������������-*'��������� ���������������������������������������������- *������ --���������  H.   Wilkinson.    Unle  I..i*o, Cotuov, IJ. t;.  h'.*������������������ amimut UralnVVotrr, Kmlatfon*,,S>*������  I liver , inAhailf,'i^ktAttaiid ait mi\y jrfiiri"i''i'*M  ������M*../*������ ter.U ��������� <������iw waif>|.   or������,  (DiraHciKy.  WIWWW A',* I'-  or  -ntlnalM-, fwmtAtf ������i������l an mi\y gtava.   I'i i���������  ������l r*rPySjiittorJi. tlmwilip\tMm,t.lx wj,i  '<ur?. H.������T.lby���������lldramrliuopmaV.tt.1 in <*!.iH  ......   ������������������i ..7 ������i. .. ,������ii������i������ nriiniri in '.im  'rcK^onri^liitofprloo,*ft,rit������forriyiip)ti������-,  W^a Coitoa Koofc Coa-ipcu-s-L  *^������Vl>Mi-r,3S:CTfonl W-w-ir-* "Vo,**!-*. ������,iA  f^^MSRWihiUuonytlii& ������(.irfi.n .m.i  'Sw l-y^V^- J*i>:,T^ tvm ii������w  10 rl<Hf>nw mrontri';-. U; Jia ������    tur ������r'r*������liil r.\uw  '-/n, i"..'  J     .\J        -rton't'.-l   nn   tl-tf~ii*. t.: rii-i*.-,  l*iKMajtc,ni0c..TwftyTO.0flr. tM^jWiiiAi^  iLOOK OUT!  frr the Milk wngrm  ���������with ihe (ircc-ti iwix  t-KKSH MILK AND  VAUMl'lUJDL'*,!:  <"ur Milk is the p-.cluct  Of   Ihf  P������-Sl  I'.,| Ctivt  IAU:,7\    Mil i;  "iivctcl ::i-'::..:��������� ,v%   *.i, ,;  J I  M.AKIJYA  ^���������������������������������������������������������������f-y**''"'*' "v****?' '  GIVK IfS V-f������':^  : ��������� ���������:"  DK-R   FOR Jul;   l*KJ.;'u  Au  c  '���������ryy^rPYY -THE NEWS. -CUMBEltL'AND. B. C.  /)  "������������������  7%   INVEST  Hish Class 7f/b Bonds that are Profit-Sharing.*��������� Series���������$100v $500, $1000  INVI'S'l'Mr.N r injy l.c ������iiiuli,t������;i-niy ci'iic alii-rouc >?������r. <in Ml day������* notict.   liinincM at hjcl.  i.f iliste JTiuu'i tsiabliiliril iS yraVt,   Sr-.ul I'm vpcoi.il folder md lull ji.inicuUi������.  "NATIONAL   SECURITIES   CORPORATION.   LIMITED "  Cnnfeilerninn t.iff 'ini'Mii**., >. ��������� , ��������� ��������� I nroniu, ('snail*  FARMERS  Can always mak- mire ot gct'liia lhe hl'jlK'st prlci-- for WHEAT, OATS,  HAKLEY and FLAX. Ly shipping their c.-,r lo'.s to- FOR". WIuLIAM AND  PORT AttTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENT8 .    .  AODP.F.S5   700-703   V..   GRAIN   EXCHANGE.   WINNIPEG  No need  of a To w  If you grease your wheels, with  Mica Axle Grease  It lightens the load ancl saves wear and tear.  There's Mica in it, that's why.  THE  IMPERIAL  OIL  CO.,  Limited  Winnipeg ' Caliinry Retina  Edmonton Saskatoon Vancouver Toronto  o   lll������=  Our Japanese Sisters.  .'��������� AU ji[r)s in Japan are'taught,othlcs.  They are Lold \o be'Nihil.to their par-  onts,  tmo  lo their Irieiuls, l*ind���������lo  j iirotliors and sisters and to livo peace-  jfttlly'wltli their husbands.   These prlu-  idples aro'tlnislit to boys aud girls alike  Hiiu'o 1S90, when lho   emperor   com-  manded it.   'Before that Girls    wero  t:-nii<liL'ac-coi'(linK to Uio laws of. the  .In pa noso sage, Kalbarn,  ,thot. tholr  Brent duty iu life was obedience, llrs'c  1 to llioir parents and then to their lius-  I hands.   They .were especially instruc-  ! ed that they nn .-st regard  :lioi'* lnis-  j bunds'as sods,"   it is pretty1 hard to  'make a twentieth century woman subscribe to that doctrine even, in Japan.  ll is lucky that it has bocn dropped  there, though it is ntlll.hi .full force in  India, rersla ami in most of, Turkey  nnd China.-���������Kale Upson, Clark In Les,  IIc'h. ��������� y  ^77m^Yi^mpY  Docs   Kill -  has brought to light  ������������������%^mjsmp-m$w>  f fin?' and Alexander WINNIPEG. Canada  u ,, I  Wc   also  Buy Hides and Seneca Root i SVl  Worry  Modern science  nothing uio)--. curiously interesting  than lhat worry will kill*. . Moro remarkable ictu'. it has "been able to <.io-  iermine from recent discoveries just  how worry dors kill. Jt is believed by  many scientists whe have, followed  caicfilly the growt'i of the science  of "brain diseases .bat scores, of the  deaths set down to other causes are  dr.3 in worry, and tbat alono. This  theory*Is a simple cue, so -".ironic-that  anyone can readily undcrslanu it.  Hricf-y' pin', it amounts to this:  j..orrj* injures beyond repair'J-cortain  colls of the brain, and tbe brain being  the nutritive centre oC the body, the  other organs become. gradually inured, and ������������������.vhen ������������������ciru- 'diseases - of  these organs arise, or a combiualion  of them, deal.'.- i'inaily ensues.   .  Thus worry hills. Insidiously, Ilka,  many other diseases, it creeps upon  the brain in lho lorro-of a single constant) never lost idea,' and as'a drop-  pins of water over, a period of years  will wear a'groove in llie stone    so  and no loss surely destroy the brain  ceils that lead all the vest, which are.  so to speak, the command aiid motion.  "I umli'i'stuiul that your wealthy uncle, has entirely given up hope,"  "Don't you believe II. That man has  iic'Vct sivon up nnythitiK."--Houston  Pout. *   .  RHEUMATISM  DURING MARCH  Why He W,"o Angry  i-'irst Motorist (after very "narrow  finvcO���������Hut- why all ilii:* fn;-*? We  haven't damiiged yon, Vou can't bring  nu action against uh. .->  Second Motorist���������I know I can't;  1 hill's Just my point.  Tlu? dear Kills wero talk in;-.  "Do you real!; tuiiiK .lack 'fiand-  .some?" asked llie un.'il(ached of Ihi.  enKiu-r-d'slrl.  "1 like hi.'- face lielier I ban anybody's  llC'Xl. lo one.''  "Whoso'.-"  "Mine."--Indiaunimlirf   News,  TERR8BLE STATE  Finds Help in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound.  aiiicfcly stops  counhs,  t'w thrcot anJ Ian*:*!*...  cures  colds, ar.d heals  -.-.       -.:       20 cents..  Landlord ���������(lord morning, sir. Just  dropped in lo see If it's convenient for  you to pay your rent. Tenant���������Glad  yon called. 1 want, to complain about  tho doors; r.ono of them* will shut,  aiullnrd-->.'e'w house, you Know, sir  ���������Inken 'lime, t.i '-settle. Tenant-���������Ah!  then 1 i>tiess:ril follow the house's  example, ('ood day, sir. Call nsain.���������  Uoston Tray script.  'Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alotv*. Bo  nol mala* tho mistake of waitliiK for  iislluna *to wear uway hy itself. While  yon an.' waliiiiff. the disease, is surely  : athcrhiK a stronger foothold and you  live in danger of stronger nnd yet  stronger attacks. Dr., J. D. KellngK's  Astbiiia Remedy'inkenoi,rly, wlll prevent Incipient condition from hpeninlu*-  ehronlc and saves hours of awful sul'-,  l'i.'1'llltl.  Victims Can Cure Themselves With ��������� Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills '.  During- the month of March people  who are afflicted with rheumatism be-  Kin to have unpleasant reminders of  their trouble.' Tbo weather is changeable���������balmy aud springlike one day,  cold, raw nnd plerc-n*"* tho next. It  is such sudden changes of weather that  start the panjjs- and tortures of rheumatism, lumbago and sciatica 'going.  Mut it. must be borno in mind that al-  "though weather conditions start the  pains, the trouble is rooted, iu .tho  blood, and can only bo cured through  the blood. All the .liniments and lotions in the world can't cm rheumatism. Kubbing may seem to case 'tho'  pain while you are rubbing, but there  its value ends, Only by treating the  disease through tho blood can you cure  rheumatism. That is why Dr. Wil-"  Hams' Pink .J:Hls,=have cured so many  thousands o[ cases of this trouble. The  new, rich . blood theso pills actually  make drives out the poisonous acid  and rheumatism, lumbago and kindred  troubles are banished. Among the  many sufferers from ' rheumatism  cured by this method is Mr, R. J.,Sm-  ciair" of Gosen, N.S.. who says:  "About, two years ago I was laid, up  with rheumatism.' Fov two months 1  could not walk and had to" stay in an  invalid's chair. My feet were badly  swollen and '-'my arms seemed to be  paralyzed, fluid been using doctor's  medicine for a long tuns but it did  uot seem to help me* and the doctor  fiua,ny-t'j!d-me_tha|._th.a^ul}'J,hjng_tbatL  would cure me would bo a change of  climate. At this time JI decided to  give "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial  and got. a supply. After I liad taken  them for a while I found they were  helping me, and I got a-.further' supply, and ihey completely cured me,  and I have uot boon' sic:: cue day  since, 1 - strongly recommend Dr.  Williams' Vlnk Pills,for this 1 rouble."  If you suffer from rheumatism, or  any other,diseaaa of '������������������������������������ blood-or  nerves; begin to cure* yonrscll today  with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which  under a' fair trial will do for you  what tlioy have dona for 'ihoir.r.nds of  others. Sold .by all medicino dealers or by mail at r>0 cciiIb 'a box or  six boxes for -J2.S0 from The Dr.  Williams Medicine. Co^ Drockvillo,  Ont,  Wnat r-naKoi Kiowan Bluo,  Of all tho many substani'es lhat art  combined to mako a flower, what it  the particular one to which is due tin  blue, red or yellow color? Why, foi  example, are gentians blue and luset  red, and why lias no ouo ever seen t  red gentian or ������ blue rose? The clieiu  ist can tell us. Taking the'plants thai  produce really blue���������not violet���������How-  era, he considers which of ^their cou  sliiuents is* peculiar to them. True,  blue exists in scronlcns, salvias, ver.  beans, basil, solatium, peustombu, tie  mophil'i, convolvulus,, borage, hound'**  tongue and la all tlio orders allied tc  the genUunacoao awl compositae, bid  never in lupins, vetches, peas, ,j"(*ranl;  urns, hollyhocks, primulas, roses,- bai  Bams, liar, etc. All the blue producing plants just named have a tannin in  (hem which does not1 ox lit in the otli  or*?. This is called-cufi'ctaunln. UU  found In coffee,, but' not in tea, T<?n  contains another form of tnutiln, which  is the same as that which makes cu1  hii'liii.3 rc<l.���������Ejccliange."  ���������fc"5S  . Do you feel constantly tired eo tlmt eveiytliinsisdotie with  . an eUoM?   u i* ������������ Indication thai Die i;i<l:i<ry* ar<* not  iloiuj- Uieu work offilterioj; the impurities from the Mood  will lieijt you, They reiilorc tlie Kidneys to (heir siornml  Healthy coiiiililou nud Rive you back yonr old time energy  aiiddesite to he up nud doinff. From all Urugglsta, sol-is.  perboxor6foj*Js,5o, or direct frout ,  Nfllional Drag and Chcm. C������.,oi Csnztli limlM, ioroalb,  Voiit- menty back if Gin Pills do tint ruir. '       \ ao*  ��������� Coring For! His Heailh.  Not many peoplo Kiiuril their heulU.  t.o carefully us Sir Tut ton SjUos, who  in wintor woro five br sjx coata when  out tiding aud shed'some''Of them as  lie became warmer.. Pi'lnco Pouttakiue,  however, look'even stronger p'recau.  lions afjalust illness. If there was a  touch of cold iir the air he had llrcs lit  in his grounds before ventiii'lii*; to  stroll In tliem. Ilia 'wajsleoiits were  made in two separate pieces, joined at  the sidt's by buttons, so (but he could  tako them off or put on additional onea  without removing hisJ.coat. If caught  in a shower he sheltered himself with  an umbrella nearly two feet" wide,  which came down below his waist and  was pierced Willi little windows. In  very hot won ther tho prince wore boots  coated with' tin as a protection a������alns1  mad dogs, and carried sponges soaked  witli vinegar ia his shirt fruiil to ward  oil 'unpleasant smells..��������� Manchester  (jiiiirdiuu. ..      .   "   .  No man can possibly Improve  nny company for which ho has  respect enough to bo under some  grec of ivstt-iiint.--Clie8lerlieId.  In  not  do-  .Minartl'B Liniment i7or sale.everywhere  Noncommittal.  A  cci-Lulii chap mimed .lame* was  never Kiuiwn lo take a decided slum!  on any iiuorilloti.'  With a view to trapping lilm Into commitling himself two  I'rlt'iulrt wmit into .lamer'',olllct: one; day  aud Biartcil I-; In Ik about a buffalo eating gi'iipe*-.  Cape Wolfe, Canada.���������" Lar.t March I i , "Homo pefijili! mnv Ihlnk Hint, a but-  was a comploU' vvivck.   1 hud given up 1 fnlo doesn't, out grapes.." reinarUod one  300 Letters on Grain Wheat.  Perhaps the greatest feat of microscopic engraving was accomplished by  a, Jewish farmer in Alberta, who prepared au address of welcome to the  Duke of (JonnnuKlit. The address was  iUBcrlbed iu llehrow on u grain 'of  whoat. and contained no fewer than  1)00 letters, So lino was Uio lettering  lluir a mlficroacouc was necessary to  'read fho inscription with any ease. ���������  LivcMiool Post,  "-'Moon Blunders,  The moon, it seems, is rospouslble  for more author'.-' "bowlers" oven" thau  nightingales. Baroness Orczy in "Petticoat Govorumont" draws a beautiful  picture of a crescent moon rising over  the tree-tops In the far eastorn sky al  11 o'clock on'a .lurio evening. "Tho picture is so,nice that lt Is'a pity to destroy it, but the invention is preposterous. I.ncas Mulct errs in,a slmilai  fashion in* one, of her novels. Misi  Stevens in "The Veil" speaks of* llie  new moon, being seen at sunset prayer, "a thin slip'in the east" A little  study would show that when thojnooT)  Tlscs-iilT'Siiuseb-Il--innst-nccessarilji_bfl.  a full moon or nearly so. In the same  book* the full moon rises and sets again  Within a period 0/'two hours.'Whereas  tlie full moon is, of necessity, an all,  uiKht moon.-Book Nc.vs Monthly.  Sun Li  Company of  Leading Features   of   the Directors'  Report for 1913  Assets as at 31st December, .1913  Increase over 1912  Whnt nbout, somo liquid refreshment  now?  Nu. Ah'm nn ubt-talnnr, Ftul Ah'H  tako tho money-���������or a cigar.  Little EcoBjmies.'  A postage stamp will purchase yot'  the use ol a dollar for 122 days. Thro*  stamps ('(pm! lho interest on a dollai  for one whole year. Llltlo economies  rarely enter Into lho calculations of tlu  average man or woman ��������� those who  earn from $."00 to ijiu.OOO a year.  .Men who timoke cigars easily con  Biniio threo,a day, costing not under JM  cents-enough to pay for the use ol  $l,S2u for that day! J( Unit ? 1,82.1 wen  rmt to- work In an Intelligent .way It  might help win bread for the rest ol  the ianilly.  Mr. Common Man might take a let  ami from Big Business in trivial econo  mies.  As Franklin quoted:  A penny saved Is twopence clear;  '" A pin a day's a groat a year,  -Philadelphia Ledger. ���������  nil hope of tff-ttlri*- heller or living any  length of Mum, a:i I was sucli it suU'ernr  of the t'l'lciid'.;, "but whon 1 waa In the  west a few yeni'h ago I saw one of Ilium  from feinulv troulilcs.   But I took Lydia , Hli-ib twenty fei.'t Into a tree to pluck  wi'ei'li I wnu,  *'Now I am hi'iiltliy, Imppy and lioarty,  ami owe it all to Lydia K. Plukliam'-*  rcnindlfiii. Vou may publl-ih Hi in leti/'r  If you like. I think if more women  used vour remcdlof* they would havo  bettor health."-'Mrn, ,1. T. Com*, Lot  No, 7, Cape Wolfe, l-.I-U., Canada.  Because your cukc in a iliflk'iillon-^nnd  tioti.t..-. !..������*,;..��������� .!. .-.*:,��������� "��������� '*���������*��������� 'yA .'n voi  ccnUpuc {���������> "u'T'"' v/ilhnitl *vivtno* Lydiu  K. I'liiuhnm'** Ve^-tablo Compoiinil ������  trial... It nuri'ly hau remetllml mnny  cmsoi* of fi'innb' ills, *uch as inthmma-  tion, ulcerntion, ilisplnecMiifntu, tumors,  irr-**rulnrili������*-,<. p>M*iodic palnn, backache,  anil it nuiy ho cxncliy wriniyou tun-A.  a prepoMortnii1 statement, like this','  "Why, I hardly know," wuh the culrti  n-lnlndi'i' ol' .IiMil^j*'. "biilMflitu'o'i* 'no  telling whnt a buflin\i 'niiglil \}.o whoa  lie wiuitH grape-1."- Kxdiungi".  Piles Cured In 6 to MOayr,  UrugR^iH    rrI'uml    mou'ey    If' I'A/iO  OI.VT.MKN'T ffillt     10    fiirc    Itching,  Blind,  Bleeding of I'rotru'dlug  I'llen.  .;..,. ..,.;.:'.  ."' '". "I-" rolir|*'i"-r,of.,  THE JOHN INCUS CO.,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  till   I.i     very     ii'MiiMiiii.  durable',   Uni ii |i������ hiinl  The Pinkham ivcon  peerlefm nn".   tl in /p<  * record of cmutaut ^K,  victory over the ob-  HtlnatotlUof women  .���������ills Unit di-iil out  der-pnlr. It I* un es  U a prom! And  tabliihcil  fuel lit  ������������������ Jilj1*-  V-'^-tabW^ompouiifJ {?������>  Lydia K. I'iuklittm  V-vK''tal'l  hns ivitf-r-'il  henlth  1 ^ t. t.nt ma; 1  Kleplmiil hI  Moreover It I*  11 -;-.;,  Th,', pi'li'e of a live elephant Ih not  i-'UUiU, uml, ItcHldi'H that, eleiiliantH do  ..���������'      ;,-    '���������    "-'it.ln    M    .-.Ililli.' -    tltrokv    nf  our li'-int dnor.s. So llm leaih.:r 111111111-  I'aiiurct* thai (-(intracl'-d to furnish  miiuv 1'liMiliaiiin fKin baas at a kIvcii  fiiuc would pr-ibnl'ly llnd )ilm������cir until r a blj; biiiileu. Ilo mifihl wnl: un-  i;lll faiiic latiie, pet idiMiliant, no to  sppitk. ilb'*-.  ('."lepliauia aro tiiiiit*iial "ini.i'hu,   ,-.o  thiii many of rheni, alier they die, nre  f;''iiifU'd ;i������d iiul iu UUl-ctiUi.:. IF- uro i'  j 1111UK1I i Icphani. oiii- thai ban been  l iH-pul'ir tlurliiK life, will  (.cUIom fall  IJn^inew of 1  ill kirn  l-���������   Boilers of -.'d  ItlndH, I'ltim  hi iih i"'  iicliinory, Tiinkfl,  Heavy 1'lal  Worl  , clc.--\Vr!t" for  prk-i'K.  ^  M STRACIIAN AVE.,  TORONTO,  CANADA  The Bath ai a Tonic.  Tho lui Hi ruconiinuiiilt'd by Uncle  fiiim to thu nrmy boys as a uieana of  lnvlgoriitlns tired norvea and tnnsele**  and prompting an appetite after n' hard  day's drill Immediately suggests Itself  nn lho very thins for women, lt  Bhould bo preceded by bnisliln*; the  teeth nnd drinking half a pint of cold  water, so that tlio body mny be clean  within, us well at without. This done  the body from lieiul to wnlut Is rapid  ly swabbed wllh a spoiitfe, repeatedly  vrrnnj; out of cold water, after which  It Is vigorously nibbed with n Turkish  towel. This completed, tho upper part  of tho body Is dressed and the lower  part In ml von tho-samo treat merit.  Such it tmtli Is equal to 11 tonic���������ICnri-  ������um I-'iinnoi*.  $55,726,347.32  . . : *    6,120,730.83  Cash Income,from Premiums, Interest, Rents, etc.,  in 19.13      - 0-  -     ^      7    ...      .13,996,401.64  Increase over 1912      -      -      -      - 1,663,320.04;;  Profits Distributed to Policy Holders during 1913     706,424.19  Added.to Surplus during .1913 .      -      -.       421,904.26  Total Surplus 31st December, 1913, over allliabil-       -       " *  itics aud capital      - .    - ,    -      .     5,752.986.08  Death Claims, Matured Endowments, Profits, etc.,  during 1913 -      -      -      - 4,982,553.25  Payments'to Policyholders, since organization        39,3S5,287.91-  Premiums Received since organization      - 94,012.632.86  Payments to policyholders since organization and  , y    .��������� assets now held for their benefit 95,111,635.23  nNew Business (paid for in cash) during 1913 34,290,916:79  Increase over 1912      ...'���������-;      -       ;;   3,476,507.15  -As^anee-u^Forc^31st-Dcccmbcr_._1913      ������ 1^02^363^996^-  Increase over 1912    : . ,   -      . . 19,631,576,00  The Siin  Life of Canada holds the  premier position among Canadian  Life Assurance Companies  The Company's Growth,  Cook In Small Vesieli.  Meat.11 of nil klnil**, linlcflH Intended  for soup, should ho cooked In Binuli  teasels. To put a nnrmll const in a In run  pan Is wriBtefiil, at tliero In rapid los**  liy evaporation, and a Jarge proportion  Is dried too much. A. stow In too lnn:e  t kettle will rorpilro moro water to  cover thnn should ho iiscd.-Hsehiinijo  mtii tho Inind-i of l.'.iD-e*' iJi'lrr-;.  to lli.-.nsaiiil.-* of ftut-h BuH-ftr'nit*' wuiiwti. \\A f,,r the poor and waind-riii;! iIchI.'.i'iih i  Wi.y i|r,n'l vmi try it if you ik'.'-J such ��������� * ������,t p(l. clrctM ami travelins p.r.Lval \  r'���������lii.'bir'" ' i-iiowtt to tnA n.i on ih*' -. I'uiit-t.ri* of'  VV- N. U. 094  iitj*Ati to rnd ii,������ un il!������- toinii������'n  id.. Mriliituiul-Li- liMllier ���������.-. "I: A.iO'.t  < \V,is'lilti*;to������ 5-liir.  Sill  IIEVENOII.  THE WORLD'S DE6T  WOOO POLI8H  flli-nnn niirt rtlnlnf������i!t-4  rvcrylliln-- lit your  homo 'mm tti-* c..|.  lor to tlm ftttlc, Put  It nn your i|--������t<-r nml  dust lli*vlwi������o(l Minim,  WooJtVAlk, l.lllOli.'lltll'*,  I'iniio**, I'lirnllill-f   el...  Mal������*-i f-vfivtlitnir ju������t  IIU* tifw. Mnni>y ic-  fiitnl������(l If not nati.--..  toty. Made by t!t#  ooMunc srecuerr cox.  nnt, unnto.  Il-m!!u.n, CiriaJi.  Couldn't Lot* Him,  "I refused wy hnsh-md moro limn a  6uv.on ihntit hofuru ho linn Ily pcrmiaded  did lo bo his," ,  "How did ho (jftl .-/on nt last?"  "Why, you sac, lio got nu uiivr in -v  to anolttor tity ami Uud JnnSe nji Inn  inlfirt to accept. If'-CliJctifjo Record-  I)era id.  Year  Income  Assets  Life Assurance  *  \ -            ���������  in l-'orce  1872  $      48,210.93  $      96,461.95  $     1,064,350.00  1883    .  274,865.50  735,940.10  6,779,566.00  1893  .1,240,483.12  4,001,776.90  27,799,757.00  1903  3,986,139.50  15,505,776.48  \ 75,681,189,00  1913  13,996,401.64  55,726,347.32  202,363,996.00  Robert Macaulay,       Head OiVice T. IJ. Mucaulay,  President MQNTRIiAL       Managing Director  and Sceretarv  N. T. Trucll, Uerfina,  - Manojjer for Saskatchewan  S. IJ. Ncllcs, He-Ji.ui,  Loan Mniiflfjcr7or  Saskatchewan  W. D. McCallum, Winnipeg, Manager (or Manitoba  Archibald McTeer, Calgary,  Manager for Alberta  W. G. Talbot, Kdmonton,  Loan Manager I'or Alberta  Naming tho Pari*.  Whnt ahull "-v*" oiill Uio new hull  pitrlt? ���������   ,  t'nll Jr. Koohlnnor Varl".  Tho ninno hurilly seoniH nppropiwo  for u bull Hold.  Why not'.' H denotOH one or tno  lliiest of dlnmondB.  Millard'* Liniment Cures Dandruff.  1 in    ��������� 1       ���������"'  Important Point.  Ho���������But, whnt ar   your i-p.iToiir for  1 audits "no?    .... ������ ,,  Bho (������ novellM^-I dor- not tall  sou. Hiinniol. until 1 get thom copy-  righted.  Tlielp Pride.  ��������� "I run ri eelf nmile mutt," ������������������������������������lil Mr,  OinnroY,"  "And J ntip;v)Bft your wife iuul iIhiikU-  lor are vory proud of you,"  "Yr-M. .TtiHt uh proud its <iu>y would  hn of a homcmiido'di,ca!*."--\Vft**hlii(j-  "lou Slur.  Only lho utiliifnrniPd rndtiro lho tit-  any ot cornt, Tlia knowing oiick upply  Hnllowny's Corn Cure nntl rat-t rollof.  "F*a what's nn rRotlHl?"  "A man who mrikPt- tt crooKoil marlc  wlion ho hIriih IiIh name nml tlilnl.x  ovovyhoily will Unow what lu meiitis."  -T-Chlcngo Uocord-lloriild.  tp  The DoctDr*i Oue������.  *  "XhD  wuu\\  v-.-v*  1   ���������.'.-'..������������������::   '?���������*"''  WPrtU-itl ���������"ClMico,"  "And It wlll ho lho lust debt paid,"  loclnrod tho doctor soimnvhtit bitterly.  -I.ouIhtIIIo (.'oiirlL'r-.ltmr������al.  Win Girl.  I   nft-XVIiftt woultl yon nuy If I were  1 to hint you")  Shc-1 don't know,  Thnt  ' lort ot xpeoch uhouhl alwuj-t-hft wtem.  pornntou������.-I������ostoiiTrflri**crlpt.  I   Wh������t nn Inferior m/in tcela 1* In  ! Otbpr������.   Whnt n supprior rnnn icrki t|  In blroielf.~l-'i'l������i.r Littot  STOP THAT DISGUSTING SNIFFLE i  SOOTHING "CATARRH0Z0NE"-A QUICK CURE  T!*.4 n':'* W'-allrn B������ftan*B of Catarr-  horone ar������ Death to Colds, Bad  Throat ond Catarrh  1  Simply a mnnpl-yoii  ipilclt i'rum Cutnrrhozom*  Try ilu* Inhaler nml cr  (V.vii.a ur.d no������f .-irf plr-n  licitlcr at onpc  V.vory )>mith yon tul.p  lho rl'rli jilupy vapnt or c  (.\orv hrontW lfi full of ht  r.ootliji������;; ctitiith-c uuA'.o'.  Bli������>H tmtfflta .'������������������'���������' ���������������*"������-'  Innriintly.  Tliansamls oro nsin������  tod.iv who coulJu'i live  Ijpt riMlef m  ,nt t������!n~-yo'ir  rpd--yon fool  la Inilcn with  ;itiii"*iio/.oiH-���������  ���������nUiiB-i'iiii  :  n.p   tlmt   d������-  COlll-J   llllllDHt  Cnliitilio/.oiK!  without lu  Try It for your tnihiblp throat, totit  kl Slh.   L..    ������.������������������,���������.���������*���������������������������".������������������.���������"'���������������������������'���������     "-.."I.,    r.ltr���������  >\(  a clinni-o 10 rid you ol that chronic catarrhal condition.  Veins ot wonderful hiicpci** ant! lest-  litiony t'iom the Iichi \ie(i\Ao of cur lnnd  no 10 i'rmo that not hint; ^o far di������.-  vovt-uft i.t (|iilcl<.r, snfp.', surer, room  ill* ::'.'���������.it Pin,-! fiif.-iH-li.vrui'r-. It Is Jn  IU ai-p'.'ca.ti'i*. ;.,,-.!>��������� efl������.*iititle���������Is rt"  i'-'iw.'. -:Aoft r,n!\ ror cprt-.tln ntltnpuu  ���������nb-.m lii^rili-'-' <! 1 11: tiir.si- U ������lot4  ppri .In'y i-i.r.'.  I-Vc ihi*. lOi.ipl ���������', Aoii.}- fitnt or C;\t-  nrrii';:.oiiL-,  tt til���������**������>���������* -Uion Co Av'oric;  mna'.l hl/.t' r.iii-*, s-ntifilp Mii'l-ct'o 20ci  ;go!d hy iU".iU't, fUTyii.ht.-w  *i)-#hi#*������-M4 *>ii(i������w miwiw K-aw-jnatJat 1m> *"* *- ���������#-  ���������*V:  the iv^ws, rrmw.T<-r,A>rn. n. c.  i fl flu ��������������� mm lamMM-nii -urn -imitvm  Your Liver,  is Clogged up  Thel's Why You>e Tired-Out ������f  Sorts��������� //om no Appetite.  CARTER'S LH  LIVER PILLS  Diliatisntis, Indigestion, and Sitk Headache.  Smnll Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine roust bear Signature  A  Rial  L������vor Simulation  (GOLD WATCH FRE  A -tt������ljliifcir������-u*J iinamni  elr*^ Iron, an mt������blliheil  nun. V,'a nt������ uiTitii tn-tr  niUfeM (<*, ifco'iundt ot  wo|it������ ill oter ' His  vtorlit .-I ��������� inn,  R'.tTo.tlioannt.* Now  t-l your clunm tn  obtain en-. Writ*  now. oiK-!oi:ns 'IA  oanti h,r cno ul our  (ulilonilj!* f, ml Iji'  r������ntl (liiuitu, or  Qrnn'.AIlitrU, nut  fuiltai 1 nii u wnr  wllh llm -Midi, nhtrli  wlll lu rItoh l*'r������  ltll������!������ . watcliM m  miihiiiteuj flit yonr*).  ���������InnlJ you tik������ -u-  T������ntic������ ol oar mural,  luiii offer, Wa tiput mu to toll your frlomti'  tl.out im nn.l ilmw tlieia tlm bMUllfnl natcii.  Don1 think UiU oflor too moU to lis ttiio, Un ������<nit  35 canti to ii-i unit ������������ln ��������� Frw W������tcli, Yon  will lio ������m������������ril*������VlI.LIAMl- * M.OYH, Whu'wil.  JcwfUoT������(D(!iit.l������Si,iW,<:oinw������!lli Kojd, I on Jon. S.  KnrfuU.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  Kyouieorof r-hfsou-rs'.'iii'N down' ���������c.i/r iIib mats'  si.Ti CC fnim Ktn.SKY, Ar.AiniKH, si.nvou'i i>is;:.v.r**,  . CIIHOMi; U'KAKKKSS.'.'I.CKMS.kKIN ckci>vios's;imr.cs.  .iviitr--l���������r FfifcE ci.nTH lini/sn muiium,- <u*wk om  tli������;r .lucaws ;inl u-ONUfcitrf I. ci'lti-.s nteiii'-J by  THEN������WFRENCH ������EMEPY. hi.|W,2H.a  TMERAPION^ffi  thniemnily (or VOOR (IWKiilluieiit,   AWIululy FREE  No'dilldiviii, circular*;. No ohlisjtioii-.. llu. Li-.C|.I*'.*(C  Ml'.l) C'l.tlAVKKSftlCK I'DllU.MI'Sl'KAIl J.OM>UN,f'M}  an \v\m io 1'tiovr. -iiiliiai'ion win, cl.hu *ou.  EXCELSIOR  LIFE INSURANCE CO.  Assets *  $3,620,621.3d'  Insurance   -  $19,290,983.15  Desirable Openings'to Sell  THE  NEW  EXCELSIOR  POLICIES,.  For Agencies. Apply "��������� to    Provincial  "Offices:  Winnipeg, Edmonton, '  '   Saskatoon, Vancouver.  MMigt" ii immmm I I i,msraam  ^"J Gld Sote;.. Lumps  "* in Breast. Growths  .removed and heal*  Jcdby a simple *  Home Treatment  No pain. Describe the trouble, we. wil; send  book and testimonials frec'J -,  THE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Ltmilea  10 Churchill Ave.. Toronto.  .    Hoy/ To Shave  Safety Valors Imvo been but n mixed,  blest-ins; they have mado.men forget  how to. shave.'Apart frpin that, evon  a safety- razor can only bo "used, iu one  way if the best results* arc to be obtained.     . '    ' * '  Whichever UInd of razor you use,  you should bo enrefui always lo shave  with the run of the beard. Nover  ahuvo against the grain; it Is bad for  iho skin, the beard and the razor.  A safety razor, should be . pressed  flat against the face, and the action  of a scythe should bc imitated.'That  is to say, instead of rutinIns^Uo razor  straight, down the face, use-a semicircular'motion..        ������������������������������������*"  ��������� Perhaps the moat' Important; part of  arshave,is,fho'lathering, Tho more  the heartt ia lathered tjio softer it will  become. It is false economy to scamp  this pari of llie performance in order  to save the troublo.  An ordinary razor should always bo  stropped beforo aud after use, and the  soiip should he thoroughly utl'on off  it by hot, water." A razor Is all the  belter for a rest occasionally.  I.earn how to use a strop properly.  The razor1 strop should lmiiK'from a  poiiit not higher than the waist-line.  Shiiviuj*-, and tlio euro of a razor, is a  science, and the* man who can keep  his razors' In good eonditiqii is a man  to'lie envied,' especially' in "(ho winter.  ���������-'Answers. .      ��������� ��������� '  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  To KPt-tlio genuine, call for full name,  LAXATIVE UKOMO QUININ'K. Look  for signature oC'K. W". UKOYtfMMros  a Cold In One Day.     25c.  Overworked,'  The Sire���������'Vour mother tolls ' me  that. J shall ! ave to whip you ifeain.  '  The Son���������She's bookin' to many  bouts for you. Why don't you get  another' manager?' '>,  "Never having hiu'. any acliirl business training-, remarked the old scout,  1 can'l understand how a Nothing establishment can������3o!l $!10 overcoats all  winter for.SlO.  Coining a Word.  Nothing could bo more fallacious  than the common notion that whatever the dictionary' says is right.  TCvery one of them contain much that  is not right. .' Worcester, for, instance,  had a word meaning- "Illusion," which  was copied from tho cranky work of  a man named Jodrell, who presented  as..one word every word phase not, according to his idea, in regular .grammatical construction. , lie had made  the word from Pope's line "The  phantom nations aro dead"'and credited ir'to Pope. His obsession'led to  many oilier. r'diu'iciis perversions of  language. The. one. mentioned was repealed-in each work printed before  JS90, when it was dropped.���������Chicago  Record-Herald.    ������������������ _,  She���������I'm afraid yu couldn't support  i me in the style lo whicli I've been ac-  cusromed.    lie���������Well,  styles =are.'-always    changing,    aren't' ��������� lliey?.--Ex-  change. *   *   ��������� '    *    '"  ���������l n ,���������r-ri,   wn^iu  ,ii  STANLEY LIdHTFOOT  j PATENT COLICITOPt AND ATTORNEY  \WRirc ron re/tMs. .,'     /if.j7/j-,  ������r77.:rr.-.;cit.*a:.-tii   CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOWS  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY  MILLIONS  OF  MOTHERS  .   FOR THREE GENERATIONS  SAFES  NEW OR  SECOND HAND  ' Write F, H. F.OBINSON  50 Princess Street.'Win-ipeg  CASH REGISTERS  PATENTS  Kellie.vslonlinuKli & Co,, head Ofllco,  King Street ICast, Tovonin, Canada,  ALVER'S NERVE TONIC  Hundred capsulon by post on re-  Pfilvlim two dollar-*:.-1 ouri- Nervona-  1103s, IN'mluoIiOH, Neuralgia, Hlieiiimi-  ti?tn, Selatlcn. Write Alver, 501  Hli'-rhoiirne. Toronto, Onliirlo.  the  family  remedy  for   Coughs  ntui  Cold?  ���������Smil!   Jose.    Small bottle^   Bctt uince ,1870.  He'Was a Bit- Fussy ���������  - Tho following letter was ��������� recently  addressed to. the general manager bt  an BtiRltsh railway:.  "Please send mo .one tourist ticket  for lleii'/anco return (six months) for  train ,leaving..Pnddingtou" next -Tuesday at 10.30 a.m. (arriving Penzance  5.05 p.m,). Please reserve comer seat  facing engine as nenr center of.train  as possible���������lavatory carriage���������(116  children), quiet company. Also Inn*  cheon anil water (mixed) al 12 o'clock,  Also lea baslxct China weak ton at il  o'clock. Also 1 shilling for guard to  soo Unit tho drivei' does not raco or  rush the train, especially around curves and at Incline*".- and watch the  signals well nnd mnuhinery well oiled  nnd nol over-hented,"*���������London l-lx-  press.  Capital  "Let mc Illustrate the 'difference  between capital and labor," said tho  rich uncle to tho impecunious nephew,  "Suppose I glvo you Xir*"---  "Tlinl'B enpllal," replied the nephew  extendiu** his liiwul for the money.���������  London Telegraph.  Minard's Liniment f!o., Limited.  Have iii-cil MlNA MJ>'S I,IN I.MK.N'T  for Croup: found nothing equal to It;  sure cure.  ���������     CHAB. IC. 811AW-.  Hawl-Hlinw, N. IL, Sept, 1 hi, HiOo.  No Lack of Hints  CilliliB (with w*wn|������!'|ier')--ll',re*i) un  nrtU'lu e'ttltli'ii "Hints tihout Itixco,  Care to read It?  Ulhli!-,���������\o. -Jiauki*., The hlniit Riven  liy the i'omuUi'.' eolloi-lofs aro quite um'-  Helen t.  Counllr n lhe. Cost  Timid Yoiitli-Wluil do I have to  p,iv for 11 ���������iir.ri'lii*-t������ llernHtV,'  ViieetloiiH Clevl'���������Well, you :;ei It on  life Infitalincn*, plan.  Timid Youth���������Mow'h Hint'.'  I-'ncctiou.. Clerk ��������� Ten siiitluigs  A,.At 11 iuul !ii(.'.,' i-i jo*))' .������������������uiui') biii'b  week for H'.e rent of your life.  Classify Page   -  ��������� "So," Hald��������� Hob. ".vour   <>iiK,iuoment  to Mnttil It hrolicu off, Li It? U'liy. I  llmiurtit she doted on yon]"  "Ho ������lio did," nnswcrell Tom. "hut  her father proved to bo an antidote,"  Can Make ue Smlla or Shiver  Thiii   hypnotist   has   a   wonderful  power,     lie enn make u petiion feel  hot ur cold, harpy ot' moroae, at. w-ll,  TIiuI'h nol!iln������; n Janitor   enn'  do  tlint.  The  Latest Device.  Sn'UMntnn���������"Ilcre'rt an nluriti elocl"  vlini'H sun nm teed hohKIvoIv to mnko  n fellow Jump out of hod.",Mr. Tur-  \i. t ��������� -"'i'ii i-i'ti ttjuit iU>.y all hA) ���������hat  lC't'is hear 11 rlii**;." Snlesnian���������"II  tldem-'i i.'iic--li. honliH."  ���������L-'- J '  Try   Murine  Eye    Remedy  Jf yon have lied, Weak, Watery Kytft  or Urnmil-Ui-'U lCyciiUi. Docjiii't Uniavl  ���������Hoothos Eye Vain, IJriiK*'Ut!������ UeV.  Mnrint- l������ye Remedy, Liquid, 'He, SDc.  Murini fcye Salve in Aseptic 'I'ubej,  25c, SDc.    Rye Hook* l-i't-e i.y Mall,  I An fc'ro fault Oaa* tar All ttrtt t������������* Nn������4 C������i������  it-Iu^no Kvs Aou*^y Co., Chlcxj<t  W- N. U. 994  #%"i;i -oiiiCviJy  Don't wait until you have hoiiio ailment canned by jjooi* dlgcritlon,  blHoumie^**, or by fnueth-o bowels  which may lead to u uerioun Klcknesn.  Immediate relief li nfTordctl *l)y  that best corrective and preventive  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  Sati ttarrwUrr*.  In bint-, ISetatai,  Dangerous Throat Troubles  Prevented by Nervilinfe  IT,    ENDS    MISERY���������   OF',   COLDS  .Quickly ;      '    V' ;���������  Don't wait till night. ���������  *   Get after your* cold now���������this vory  minute, befoiv it grows dangerous you  should apply old-time "Nervillno." ,.   -  Rub your chest and throat, rub tlion*  .thoroughly, with Nerviline-" Relief  will, bo immediate! \ ,h ' ������������������ .  "~'"Nerviline will save you from lying  awake to-night; coughing, choking and  suffering from congestion in the chest'  and .acute pain ih tlid throat. *���������>        -*  Nerviline will break up tlmt dull neuralgic headache���������will kill tlio cold nnd  chill at its very beginning���������will save  you from'perhaps a serious illness.  -..To take away hoarseness, to brcal?  "1) a grippy cold, to curo a soro throat  or had cold in the cheat, you can use  nothing so speedy and effective' us  Nerviline. For forty years it has been  the. most largely used family remedy  in 'the Dominion, Time has proved its  merit, so can. yoa by keeping handy  01. t.ho Bhelf-tluvl'iirgo 50c. family'size  bottle; small trial sl'/.e 23c, sold by  any dealer -any where.  Young Judge���������Do you think the  -higher courts .wil" reverie' mv decision? ,.      . .: "   '    -.  Old Lawyer���������Undoubtedly. . What  was it?  Jhn'o Response ' ' '  LJocausc of her own good looks, Mrs.  Hatch felt sho married beneath her  'when she took .up with oue-eyed 'Jim.  Vfiv six months she was faithful to  her vow never to twit her husband  abojit his deformity; then, ono day,  her sharp tongi'iogot the.bettor of her,  Jim listened c'uietly to his wife's estimate of himself, physical'and otherwise. Ellen, ho spoke at last, in*his  calm voice, you're my wife now,, but  if I'd had two eyes I would have looked  furthor. -        - ���������   .' '   ' " ���������        .  Wise ��������� an.l experienced mother's  know wlien tlieir children are troubled  with worms and lose no timo in applying Miller's Worm Powders, the,most  effective vermifuge that can be used!  It is absolu'to in ' clearing the  i.ystom of worms and restoring  those healthy conditions without wliich there can be no comfort for  the child,, or hope of robust growth. It  is the most trust worthy of worm exterminators. .'������������������������������������'  .    HAS A CORN ANY  ROOTS?     *.  Judging'* from the pain .they cause  they have roots, branches and stems  Easily cured, however."if you apply  Putnam's Painless' Corn. Extractor,- Always safe, always prompt', .and. invariably satisfactory. Forty years of success stands.behind Putnam's Painless  nm>n_l,!vl ������>nr-.l r\y. Qnl.l l.i, .*l,.,,r,.c,.|t.|-n_  price 25c.   .-'      .--.'���������  '""Tm Much For thi School."    -  Not long ago Samuel O.* Blythe, th������  magazino writer, and OUolCaririichael,  the late Washington newspaper correspondent, were'driving aboiit Munele,  Carmichael's home town, when tlio  later expressed a desire to see the  ���������choolhouse where he received his first  impressions along educational lines.  So the nose of the automobile was  pointed southward, nnd u few miles  out of Mnncle they arrived nt the old  BChooIhonse, a oue room brick strue*-,  turc, dilapidated "andrfast falling into  decay, having been abandoned many  years ago in favor of tho modern "consolidated" schools. "That," said Oar-  mlchael, his voice trembling with emotion at sight of the old building, "in  whore my education begun.'" How  many memories of happy childhood  days it reenils!"     - " '  "Yes, I see," remarked Blythe dryly,  letting his eyes wander oyer the doors  and windows that were completely  boarded up; "ihey educated you aud  then shut up shop."  Electricians and Soft Hals.  Every trade exercises same effect on  tbe dress of its volarlbs. The locomotive engineer wears a cap and overalls,  the baker a white skull cap, the t>titch.  er n'long white .apron and'straw  sleeves, and the cook and the waiter  'each has his distinctive garb: iOlec-  tr'cintis wear soft linLs, and (he following account from the. Electrical World  gives the reason why. A .substation  foreman on au electric l^he in northern  Indiana was���������explaining the details of  some work to his men iu a recently  completed substation. In pointing out  a Joint in the high tension wli*Jng_hat  iu hand, the rim of the derby came  into contact with live wires. A,circuit  was completed from the high tension  Hue through-the small steel,wire in  lhe rim of, the hat and through the  man's body to- the ground, .thereby  causing a shock which proved fatal,  Soft hats have no metal wire In them,  and that Is why they are so popular  with electrician,**.  CHHONIC  CO'JCHS  DISTEMPER ,    '  CPIZCOTIC '    -  PINK   EYE ,   .  CATAPPl-iAi.  rtiVER  !.vo.,li'!���������. -'Moiii**....--: Cnt;y.\s. CW mul IVcw!i,t;aa * 1*1:1-:  A'! ������.t!*if**,*:.-*t.s. !.-in*ios.s ili-aN-TS. l*!s:iibu'o-s��������� \!,i wiltM  s.vi.1** LM:i;i:t:!fi*rs. '. '   -  ���������    ���������        -.   -SPOHN  MEDICAL CD..'Goshen.  Indljn.l," U.3  ^matciics arc more 'economical for  users of gas, because their lonj-  stcms ermble on.- lo light several  jets with ono match; also you  cannot   burn   yourself with   them.  .. An actor who recen:-./ was taken  while on llie stage by a sinematograph  was greatly pleased with J the result.  Talking about it to a prominent dramatic critic, ho said:  "It was the mo.'.': extraordinary experience I ever went through���������actually to see myself acting."  "Now," replied the critic, "you will  understand what, we have to put up  with.'-���������New York Globe.  SHE GOT SO SHE  WAS ALMOST INSANE  AND THEN  FOUND,, A   .CURE    IN  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS  That's  Why  Mrs.  Wellington   Dunlop  Says Dodd's Kidney Pills are the  . Best of all Medicines,  South Waterville, York Co., N.B.  (Spoeinl).--Mi's, Wellington Dunlop, an  estimable retiidont ,of this place, has  given nn interview in which sho states  thut sho hellovos Dodd'������ Kidney Pills  lo bo tho best of all medicines, M������������������,'���������.  Dunlop aays: .  "When I commenced Inking uodii'H  Kidney Pills i was in n terrible condition, " I had been sick i'or ovpr n  yenr nnd had pnld. out more, tliun one  hundred and thirty dollars for doaloi'H  and medicine, T would got some bettor and then got, jtiHt us had as ever,  "Tho doctor mi iri my trouble camo  from my stomach. HIb inedleluc' re*  Ileved me for only a few minutes  lifter I had taken It, and I got so tha'c  I was lir-iiWy lusnuc.  "I hud not taken Dodd's Kidney  PIIIh two tluyn till 1 was Komo bettor.  T took twelve boxes in .'.11, nud I cun  truly Bay lliey havo done me more good  that-, nny medicine 1 have over taken."  Dtidd'fl Kidney IMHh uro Buffering  woman's boat friend. IT you haven't  tried tliein yir.iraell', uni* your neighbor.',  Unproniinln'.  A retail dealer In leather gooiln, d.)-  Ing buKluemi In Mnlllniore, wrolo to a  III ut In Koullmrn MiiamichiiHolis ordering a cuvloiidof tho mercliandlKi'. The  llrm wired him:   ,  "('annflt 'ship your order until the  Inst eoni-lgnmrnv Ih paid for.'  .. "Unable to watt, mi long,' telegraphed tho leather incrcliiiiii, "Cnnei'l lho  order,"���������Llppliicott'i'.  ���������jHe Surely TrTetJ  History Professor���������The American:!)  are (uu rt-mi ii.eiri oi uiouniiu, ,\o\\ i  c: ii yon even mention, mv ���������":���������:,r ci:-,  any Kn������lls*hmnn who e.ntloavnred to;  rnlHii legislation to a hlghc- plnnc'/     t  Student���������yet, hlr: (lay KaviU*.  Call.-.ntry  tlie    "IllUI'lJlllnO    IS    M-I-,     'lilll,    lull  Bho?,   What voiild jotl think our ngi.  worn?  Well, ������he Heema ten year-* old ilia  Hho in nntl (-he's ten yeur.i older thu  you. Then ;ou ncem yeur.i yoitngf  Ibiin yon nre, no thai ronl-cu thirl  yr'.-ji-H' Alfforonro bftv.vu vou  Making.Steel Pens.  1 Briefly described, steeljiens are made  ns follows: First tlio steel Is rolled into  big sheets and then cut into strips  auout.threo inches in width/ Tbestrip.i  are healed to a bright red and are then  allowed to cool gradually, which tempers them. They arc noxt rolled to tho  necessary thinness and are cut Into  blank flat pens, and the pens while  flat are'usually stamped with'the brand  or tho name of the manufacturer. To  shape .the pcjis is tho noxt process.  The rounding makes them hold.tho Ink  _n 11/1^/1 ic? I pill I if lm *i tr==.1Y*ift.*tr\ ni-Anl n i linn  -i- nU^uiun iuui^���������;��������� l *LiLfl \J ���������u>L li l J���������~ LUCili'  could be dono if they were flat To  harden tliem they are heated to acher-  dy red and then suddenly cooled. This  not only hardens them, but makes them  elastic' The polishing,' pointing and  finishing come next, and then they are  ready for use. The, lil tie holes in tho  pens at the endof lhe. silts serve to  make them more clastic and to-facilitate the flow of the Ink.  Washing Whila Traveling.  Sir Francis Galtou held that washing when on a journey has its drawbacks. In tbo "Art of-Travel" ho remarks that, "there is no denying the  fact, though It bo not agreeable to  cotiress it,-, ihat dirt and grease aro  great protectors of lho skin against  Inclement weather and that therefore  the leader of an eiploring party should  not be too exacting about the appear-  onco of his less*, warmly clad followers.  Dally washing, If not nccompanlcd by,  oiling, must be compensated by wearing clothes. A dog wlll sleep out under nny bush nnd thrive thero so long  ns ho is rot washed, groomed and  kept clean, Thero must be a balance  between tho activity of tho skin and  tho call.1*.upon it, and, whore the ex-  poanro Is greater, I here must lho pores  be moro defended."���������London (Hobo.  Exclnlng ths Stolen Goodi,  An orchestra leader who haa a faculty for detecting reminiscences mndo  himself unpopular with the composer  of 'iti opara of serious pretension recently. It had been decider] I hnt iho  performance must bo nbortctied, and,  the members of lho oi'dJOHti'ii liad beeu'  assembled to make tiotno cnUi In tht  Bcore,  "Now," snid iho lender, "wo will be������  gin by shovlonlng the oTerturo,"  "What Bhttll wo leure out?" asked  tlio concert ninstor,  "Thoso thirty-two nie.*i������tircH beginning wllh ���������Ciirmen* nnd ending will*  ���������nigoleito.- "-Now Jforls Pout  Th������ SemUJvt* Jeiter,  "Do Woosso Hocmed to gel uind btv  caii.*-u 1 didn't laugh nt tlmt weazened  Joko of his."  "Humor III in when you ciii. You  He, Dei Wouj-e 1.1 tho stort of humorist  Hint expect.-* NOinchody to -snniHh the  boss drum every time he chortles c  pun."-CloTel:itid I'lnln Dealer,  Warranted to Work.  * uu,   l.MlultUkJU   HUUii, ,tie Ai A l)a ill  ���������Mquli-lt'-l*-* p'ill'.*hciV f.ild Mrs. .ienrft'.'  "How do you mnnngo If.'"  "Oh, I Just put elmmol.i rompera on  tho children and let Ihem pliiy lu th������  bouse," renponded ilm, lirowu.-Mp-  plncott'n.  mav^tlS^^^ fleUI Koot, o,,  Z  ^������F������^������IVE^ cARRoT-*n;;  UlWluoUCS^.Gl^Luin.������HS|WBDB  TURN.ll,"A''. ������mP'o������e.flei.t on Jumbo   or  John A> Bruce ������& Co., Limited., Hamilton. Ontario.  ii,      , **       *   ���������'  I-Vitnblislied Sixly-fouryears.  Not a Rait- Restorer  :" One of   lho    Atlantic    City's   life  guards was'discussing bis profession.  .Funny things happen io us guards  sometimes, said lit*. A society belle  from Spruce street went into lho  water wearing one of Ihose fashion*  ableotransforniation3, or wigs. A big  wave went over Ii'er and when she  came up tlie transformation was floating out to sea. She turned and ran  to Tim.    (,  Oh, save my h.-.ir! she yelled. Save  my liaii*.  Pardon' nie, :ady. says" Tim. I'm  a life .saver, not a hair .restorer.  ���������WIIES  HE.NOI\G   TO  THE OLD COUNTRY  I'"or Relatives or Friends, or travelling- yourself, ������sk for Tickets by .  THE   OLD   RELIABLE  Educated   .  Crawford���������What makes you think it  is risky io marry a widow'?  Crabshaw���������Because she will never  believe you if you'happen to tell her  the samo stories her first liusbaud  tried to put over.  He,lives long that lives well,, and  timo misspent ia not lived, but lost.������������������  Thomas Fuller. - ���������  Got Rid of  Bronchitis  Tho worst' feature of bronchitis is  tlie tendency to return yenr after year  until ihe system is worn out and si vos  way to consumption, or otlur ravagt-R  disease.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Unseed \n\  Turpentine owes much of itn great popularity to the fact that it. positively  cures bronchitis, aud thla ia about us  severe a tost as cnu he made of timed*  Icino of thin kind.  Mr. W. If. "Walker, Calmar, Alta.,  writes: "I am pleased to say thnt Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine hns done much good to myself,  wir.) nnd children. J\Iy eldest girl,  seven years, had bronchitis, and the  doctor who attended her did not seam  to do much good. We got Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Unused and Turpentine for  her, nnd she noon got well. Wo .il-  v/nys keep thin medicine In the house  now rendy for line, and (ind that it  soon oui-es coughs and colds."  In lltthtlng dlBciisoB of tho thront and  lungs half the buttle In In having Dr.  Chnsu'r, Syrup of Unseed and Turpentine nl hnnd to V ut'ed piomplly, Thl.-i  li, why many people prefer to hny ll;!  kirxo fumily size bottle,  ii ���������" i ,i     .ii   ��������� i  Beware I  liookkecplog In one easy   lot-son,   we  teach,  Two eluips mlverllpo���������If you fiend 'tm  Hy mull your httrd ensli,  You'll llnd you wero iunh~~  The unnwor you'll ifet Ih; Don't lend  'cm.  ESTA  SEIlVICCfi  _Hli* ft m **  BLISHEOI840'  -���������lo���������r  HALIFAX  and  l*OIITI,A.ND  J  V To  L  , HALIFAX  f   - X'ORTI.'ANZ  .   J nOSTO������.  Sfudinmptas  rt     Vla  J- From  Llrerpoi)*  Via'   ,-.  Quccnutotra  Twla-Scrfmr Steanjcr.  "A1VDANIA"   "AIAU1VIA"  13.400 Tons each  (New 1013)  "ASCANIA"    "AUS0NIA"  (10,00.0 Tons) (8,000 Tons)  <'/'nAlVC0.1l.i"   (.Vaw.  1911)-  ���������I-J.IdO Tons enoli -Twin Scrinr  ,20,000 Tons (Triple Screw Turbln**  Cirryln* Fin-t/seoond *nd Third-'  t7F}]* Cu"a*"*t Company also maintain jiervlos b(itwe������n N������w Yorlc  Qtiocnslown, PI-hgruar-1, I.lvernool  nr0,?^P* 9},9en������t������wn, Fls7i������uard"lv-.  Now .bulldliiir for Canaillan Sorvlcu:  S.S. "AUIIAM.!"���������H.0O0 Tan*.  Kor   dosorlptlvo   lltoratiirt,   mil-  ]"���������������������: ���������to- apply to any Rollroa* r������r  Stoamalilp Acsnt, or1  'I'lie CUNAItO STO.UISIIII* CO. I.TD.  ntU Miiln Hi, tVlnnl���������r*  Worse  '\Vh||e~-\o\v llmt your son haft  f-rniliiiucd, hiu; ho decided where he iu  roIii*,' to work'.'  (Iroeii���������Where? He hasn't even do-  elded when.  , A Remedy for Earache, ��������� To linv-J  (hi' cat ache In to endure torture, Tint*  i.-;������r Ih a dclicnlc orsan and fi*������v euro  io deal with It, cniiKlderliii,' It work for  a doctor, Dr. TliomnH' I'lclcctric till  I'fl'ci'H a Blmpli* rciuedy. A few drnpu  iilitiii n |i!(:i!ii of Iiul or medicated cotton nnd p!iii"p(| in |he fvr will woric  woMdci'n In rollcvliiif puln.  Out now cool- lias been with  whole inon^li,    ,  You lucky womnn,  1 winild he If slit; could   -nek."  ih a  Mlnard'i LlnSment Rt-lleves Nftur.iln'i-  I'll be' yon u dt'lnr you don't .���������**���������  ninnihrr* mc, evclalni'il t!i ��������� ficAy-  looking Btriini"*1:-, as ho ovt-^ndci! hln  r..uid,  You ulr, T������*r'llid tii l-,'if'n<-*������-' man  and hero's vour d-ilW.      1* ;it it.  8pong������ Pithing,  Kvery boat eiij;nsod In tho dnraolcan  Bponso Industry h-n n water eliis.** ot  pane of zlntt Inserted In tho bottom ol |  n box or bucket, throuuh which tin!  aponsc~t am rt-udl'.*' detected. 1   ;  j .--. .t-      j  8m*ky. ,  T.Bvr-for-SnMky iort of mini Wlml  do yon menn, ������!r?  Wltnes.i-WfSI, ior,!  Iio'i tht-!* Rort'of m*in that'll never look]  j.j utmleht Id tho ftc������ until y*r bick'i  turatd. I  90  ^^���������vL..!:  NA-DRU-CO Ke^L,.Cpi liver Oil  Prevents Sickness  Ar* yy.i <���������-.������ t( ttiit* t!::*^t-.i;\'A;\  lliu-ick af.r.*r*mtl/v/i!l. c������lc!i c:!*l tu','r  ������:��������� I c(i������n ? It's ������ dur.c'rciis r* iJlil.w 11  H!--������!-, iii cu v,-i.:;!i y;*i c*i '*:"���������/  |i-.v'������:,t ly Wilr-s l:;i er t! t*������ U'.tlsitf  ll..t,r:.-.'":> Tict������!������3Pre;..iitiO;H.f Cci  1.', ft 0,i -t f.-.:���������������tt.'.i r*t.  TI.Is rl**:i.it-'*5llnir U'liAiir.'.- t\v>%  i.'.t .--! :.ii..U ;���������.-���������.."..'.'��������� :,; ���������: ��������� .. :  19 r:rtr|l!i*r,j lir^-, .- J trj-.!.;! |-j.������;  ll-..UliV������������i:l/������!.! :-..' v7il.-i.-o'.Js wlilclt  t v.-- J Ci!. ���������!���������������::������ tiV,- !.'..Jtf')(<j.  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED.  <l ���������nm i  Restores Health  fly v'-tias ct in t'n.rtiUscsnil-lntllos  ol mini ii .���������.I iv.'tlil-;* tf-*r*-rt,?s, \li-  r;/a-CjT~ls!::J C-A l.lmOil lio* of  l!i������ vaiy b)������t, r*ir,*.!l������; 'vwn lor cliij-:������  re-ijlwe.-l ca'.ii Ircn.-iiltU, ast'-.n-i a,*,l  c;'srr!i 't!-. s!.*3aiti-"!','.tr������-v .*ti >:-!������������������  .|/)t:i.|- .ai: ifn:i, ;..J i.i J.j*..-.;-..^.'.t  i'. :-:A.'. ;,*���������! t1,:"*,���������!.������������������ v,!.'..'. ir������ in to  f';*-.v.' ;** v-.-ii' ly :������!tt'������ i r-Os. or  S-;0'.U'.t.?r:..-.y- * :><.;i:-i.        Ml  warn*- T". %mitm mamtt m'\**^^***mt^twm** Utoa  [f H*.  Vi ���������Tf'YYiY  ^  THE   N"EWS,   C.UMBKRLA-Nt),   RIUTlSli ..COLUMBIA. .*  Wi  Tlie OiiintifiPlanil Hews  ;jlN Tlliic'ul:NTY t oniTOl'  ,     M- ..      -      , .NANAIMO IJOLDliX  iwsuM lwery by   AWJ������.o*iuy the��������� AT CumhKrlanU>      ���������  C:> "-so*    3.    Cumberland j IN THE MATTER of Sarah HH-  '- * ,:?*bing   Company*   !e���������'yr Tyson ilt-ceased, intuslato.  AND ';  ' i.'i������* ���������"���������'������������������or will not liolii   iisfeJi  ;**...jv..U'* fort he i������pui!.()iisui um  INTHK MATTER of tluv'OlH-  .*���������; i>i;i\r uniH'iir ������!i its columns--  ,.     \   ll- .. TAKE NOTICE tlmt hyonle  , tiii'.e to time. ,. I . , ' ;      * ���������>'  V:,'. ONES') AY'' M\Y 20   IU)-1  WATER  NOTICE  n  r-j'u 'xy.^'h. tu'l'AKt: A>iu  l\vj* v* \ rif.ii.  M..'!'K!5-   Jr. IiT.*!* - .;'.vi>ii   Hut Dtqui  rs!-.  J:  .- maiir.o   IliiJ-vu*-. ol'   Yictt.viii,  h (.'   -.*,;'' :i ii'y '" ! ..  iii*:���������t to Uk������i  -nA  .i * l'it; AA t,'.*.,iK -*  pf r '���������.*. hoora, oi water  on* ���������)!* Tu'iuii'H ���������'/���������-���������' ..V  IH-l til' i.V     vJ'l'  'J   *"���������!      'A  i'u:h lhiwa hi   ft  roiii'n   JS'i-wciitk-:  P* -.-uet  :.*i imi'i'; .. nit > '���������'iKiito of (j ���������*(-*���������-  fMie.!,'!!!!)!   wo-. ���������*. f   H'.-.'   iJiiaUciim  J-J*. ,r. 'Hi wi .er ���������-*; 1 *'.<��������� d:\- A.-.A at *;0yG'-  ii!-.' .'-ii :i  fr-. ii   ia-!-v. y -yui will be n-* *d  f, j* pyo'i'd ' jAiwiiy p*i p:-strit'n tiie 1 md  t;..--.*:.-.ii! a-* Rri-.vi.;��������� 'l- i.*.l* * --i '*V:.y.   Tlii**  ,.,r��������� ... ��������� a- pi-.stoJ 'j.. '.:"- prouiiJ on   ihe  '.-ii-: Jiv i.f A;..i-'l. it' ������.     'iiie app]ics.ti-n  :i". ' ',,*.��������� ii "i-. iu t'i' .���������*-'"-'������������������    1'   "ie Water K<-  J-i|-i!<;r :-.'. \ i.'l.svi-*, i'������. *''      Ob;...'*_-tk*ii** mny  |-ciiic'i! v/M* i^os;.-'i! iV'aur Recorder' or  -,-j.������-' ;tr.C'.-i;ip:'*>j*.*r oi  Water- -Rights,  Ca l-,r,.u'"..i lJuil,-i ���������������. '.';c***:-iv B.C.  KvQl'tMAI/i' ,v, >.���������'..*������.\!ViO it/iU.WA'Y  ,     * A-jpiicciriL  11'   ^   ts������ASLKY  Afftnt'  =-1 ' ���������    '   mYl  XE7" A 'T''T,-ir)i       t'OV"*-''5AT^**T">  VV. A il h- K.    X^ I.? 11 v .&*  Fhlt A IJi'KNOE TO '"JAKE AND*  U^K W.v'i'i.i';  MOTIC'K !.-��������� luin.*1.); [re*,   tlu't   S.-iqui-  di! liis _ Honor .JiKlgo Barker,  ur.Ao tlie'utli day of "Novomhor.  Iii I'd, t wiis nppoinU'.d Admiui.**-  tracor of tiiu Kstiitti of. tlio tiUovo  liioiitjoiuHl (k*ci-uP(*ii( nml all psir-  lit-s linviii(j-   claims   iiimin&t   the  ���������     -Tj fi  said c-stato ni'i' liuveby mpiii'otl to  hiniisli siitm*. propi-rly vorifietl.  to tiui Oil or bel'di-o tho IBtli dny  Ih-CMuhe'v; lOlii. AND all pfir-  lied indebted to snid eittito, aru  required to pny tlio Hinoiifit -wl"  thoir indebtedness to im-> i'oi-th:  with.  Dated this llth dny of Novem-  .ber, 19113,  AY. WVsivev \Vii.r-.\KD,  Oiiioial Aduiiuistriitor,  (Jumberland, li C.  -iiiil t  ���������i.:in'>j ;:-'.ii'.v  h. <J wi-lnijp'y'tn:  of Victoria,  ti; take-and  -ii***: SG-J.OOOri-'ll n-- );,;* ���������J'- 'iouh, -j������ ������iter  ojr nf -?a:i<ly Ciuvk, \*:. ������������������b.flo *. a in a nor-  ilit'f !y r. i cciioii ihiui't"!* No-vuasiis'Dis-*  V.y.'x ioul rmntiija 'oh,o Yj np t'l-y, noar  IIP)sgwii'i Oicek-    Tut-- w.it:r will y*- (ii?e<-  ���������!��������� il al 2150" *.ip.iro:ini tV-.m lUiiw-vyauiT  will tic- ujed fur C.vi'.cral Hutw-y pui po 'A  on tlui litnil ���������.icKuiiU.-,... h-3 i'.dilw;.;, lii^lxt of  \\'.>y. TIiir n't'c>������ vi." j/os'.ftd oji the  f;ri)u!*nl on the !-'<ul <1 .> ol --[nb, I'A'ii.  Tiiu appl c-iticii v -.!i -..ii *Jli:d in ti-.t, t-rJice  ������������������-J Uio \V;i'.;-.i- l.'..i-1-.ril'.r nt Viotnm, H. C.  fVijuft,ii;i-ir, oiay bi) lii'-d wi'.U ll.o'snid  Water I'.eourHor > r v.ilh lho Oon>p,*ioll*-,r  <,i W���������t*r I'.i^htc, Parjiwi.ei.'l ih l.iiuua,  ViiMftrii, H 0.  VAQAA HALT A lA^AUU' H^lTiWAY  Applieasfc  '    - . ii, E. II.'JASI.KY  A s ant  .iplK' my"  WATER NOTICE  mil A, Ui'UNiT. Tt,) TAKB AND  ���������'II^'-J VYATKU  NriliUl-: ij lii-fi'by i-ivt-u' Hut Jv-mi-  -������������������iidi  i-i   N'Uiuiiu.i   H.muV.-.1 v  of   Violcii-iK,  IN   THE   'COUNTY   COUItT  0 F N A i\ A T il0   II0 L D E N  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN THE .MATTER  OF Daniel  Mug'.ui deceased, intestate,  who  .died nl   Cuniberliuitl, 1>. C   on  Juno 25th 1913. ,   . ���������-  '"    ��������� .AND   '  LN TIIE MATTEli of the   '-Official Administrators Act.*'  TAKE NOTICE that by order oi' His Honor Judge lkvker,  mado fho 5th day of November,  11)13, I was appointed;* AdiiiiHis-  tratoi' of the Estate of tbe above-  nuntioned deceased, and all par-  ties.-haviny   claims   aoainst   the  * n d  said estate are hereby  required to  furnish same, prop"eiTy~vtTrrtie97  to nie on or before the 3 3th of December.' 1913. AND a.\\ parties  indebted to said estate, arc ue-'  q.uired to pay tlie ameunfc of tlieir  indebtedness to mo forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November,  1913.  \V. Wkw.uy Wilu'aru, ,  Oltibial Administrator,  Oiiinberland, B, C.  INTHifi  COUNTY 'iJOUKT. OF  NANAIMO' IIOLUKN AT  CUMBERLAND*  INT T H E M A TT K It' oi Da n i el 0'  Corn J), also  krtow'n   ss  Daniel  John O'Conui'll. docoased, intes  ln.tr, who died at Cajio Oomiuer  ell, lltipoil District on January  26,1913.  AND  I'  ('. wil" a'.*|i.y in- ;i !ii'i--.n-i to  tn'.o and  !i..C- 100,00') >c;')l.i*n -.ii-.-'.".  Ik hits o! v. [iter  ,n������t ot ilii'itiiiu   ('.i-d'.;,  wliiuli lV)WH, .ii n  ..ortl-orly .������ir������cli,.., Ibrt^h  Nri.on Ui-  ^ -' ��������� MATPWil of the "Offlcinl  Admbi'istrutors Ac*.*4'  TAKE NOTICK that l.yoidernf  Hiu Honor   Judge  Jbirke.i, nnuli;  tricl ,'i.ul i-mijtius 'nio iJ.r/aD St-innl V'.'iir  'IbtiW:: llu'i'i-. "Tii" wil-r v.-i-U ba dive't.d  h1. UkJ,)*'ti|mtrniim t'l-.itn Kiiiwity una ���������' ll bo  iuul liii ('cih.'im! Uiiilwxy imrpoiiM mi thi'  luul (iii.,i-i-i!)(.'d a-i r;iil.wi} z-lf'i.'t ������.{ uuyTiji*-  iiotioif ivna poiici] on Jio f-roiiiii1. oa the  !!?.! ihy ot A|iril, bJl'$. 'J'Ijc in,plii-atiiu  * ill Ifj [ilni in (:,i> i floe nt tlm W.ilci'  li  the 5th day of November, 1918,1  \v.\b apiioiiiied Administrator of  lho IflBbi'.o of the above menlioiiotl  deceiuod, and all* parties linvinjj  ���������tiu.'.ii'i-, Vi.iun*.., b/A 0'-;ei.timuf.. r.y cliiwns ii(;ainnt'tlKi fit id tisl ate uro  ' l]\cd- '.*.il.li tl.o ini'.l W.kU,* Ueeni'iii-i' nr  i... ,i... ..    ,i_������-i,i.  f i i " .'  Ot  vi:-! tin t\nii**U*i|.t.i- 't i'  \Vi������<m   Jl'-:;i(ii,  Vu-iii! i.o.il U.iilil/!!;,", Viut->ii,', ll. 0,  '.. Ai hi M.' f /I." .<, \ \ N'AIM' > K.'. IIAVA Y  K.  l-'AKLKY  A-iciit  :.N   Till'.  C>(;NT'r  CUiMlT  I,)K  NAN MAU II������������)l,l;KN AT  (:>.-;:,l t'.F, It I.V XD  IN   "I-lMi-     M.VT'rKl-.  OK    .Jolmi  fMV>i'.l".,.l-'''"'l'i'io,.Mi iih ..'ohn Ibir/tli  d'Mjii.-.nf,!, ;n11.'ilu fi),     .by   viifd'.lti  lereby required-to fiirnish uumi*,  properly voriIind, to mo on or before the liUli day of Decern hor,  Ajiyliofiii'. ! 10115. AND ml pnnius imlftbled to  i-itid t-Blatu, 1Kb i-ujoirt'tl to pay lhe  iiuwu/U of thoir iinl������bU'i)nf*i'������ lo  >t! m(i forthv\iiVj,  . !>al������!il thU U'.li iliiy  of Novcnv  ior, lOlft.  \V. V/ksi.kv WllMlin  Ol'.U'.inl Admiti ,-,<n...  ('iniiburbinil, li C.  u,u ..L,..io,j-.iy .'-.���������!'.���������������������������������'.     WATER  NOTICE  ���������N Till- .M.V!T'..i:. oi ibn-'OU-aial  '.'Al'K'������������������'j'I ".M*. ituu f^y ouuif ut  Hi*- lb "'-.r .fM'lf"f !in;k<:l': t'llld-0  Uie"'tb -hi.* oi 5uVi-:inbvr, HH'l.  ��������� t -It ;..-,>',-. ii-di'.l Adiiuiii-itniitor  ni i he \'.'7.A' if 11 0 aw )i'(i-iii(;u-  t.iiiiiiU ilt'v������,f.-i*d. mni al' iiav'W  r.a'.'Uii*, '.ilni.i--* a���������_���������-:���������.in-1 ll.'. s-ii.'i  Pi.Mli1 .ao i (!".i-liV i.;'-,'.iiii.i,l to !'nr  i7\.\\\ i.\ii",o, propel-!}' '.uriii'jd, 'to  ov; '".n or iM-f^in l1"; i'*' I; u;\y -;i  *HH'.M,.b*.:. \\'iy ,'^T, >7< ���������*!.���������  lit-**- Ind, '.ll-d U' l-Ji'l '- .-Jul'-, ur-  >'i> ,'lii ��������� ! ������������������*> ��������� .*; Wi*: "������������������.������������������'!:'- *���������''  :,,..[,* ,i*;i.',jN 1ii������.* ��������� I i '.������i(- I t*'ii'i Si.  ! ) l1 > j    Cl\s-    ' . ������i.    '��������� '.,-    >-���������     -   *'���������   '���������'���������'  ?!*,.   1'!.'>,  \V.  W^IIBY W-i.i..\������I������,  .'    oiVundI AdmiuHratgr,  \!uulr5' t i'i, U. C.  WIH A. l/tnUNCl-i TO 'L'AKB AND  USU WATBtt  NOTKJR i������ lien by iliven tin. C K-ijiu-  \r.nb, e\ NtMi*.inj Haibvity, ol Vict'.rii,  UAL will npply torn Hcco-co t<������ tnko nml  uii: J './.tWO ���������������!.' i.t J������." LV '������������������ iv, *-���������" wit'T  owt of Hoy Crouk, wlileh iliwn in nnortli-  nrly ilircotion tluo������tb d������ni*-x DUtriot  iml omy-lii-t h\o Uonvx llmlionr, "A-oar  Ti/.nt Kiv-r. Tne wnt-sr will bo iliv-trtcil  at *.":"it) * n^i'.roiiiii Initii Ibiihvuy mid will  i. *,-. .1 fni: Ccicral It-iflwuy |.u ]inn>'H on  u -i Iiiuii -Ip-wihwl nn Hnllff/iy IliKbt ol  \\'.iy. Tni-i ij'..n.o W*. \wM*A **i" 'lit"  ������������������*rr;nul ������n tl" Hi'tl dtiy nf April |ll>13.  Th,ir.;i{jlif-li.nuin lo tilcl i'i tho Alls.  ,-f iIn N\ ������t<r l: i.ivrtlitr it Viot*nii,'*������ ������.'.  t) i-ii'imiii niuy I).- Jlli-il wi f< ttu������" niit  ' Wut������ r K--������i-i.r.l> r i������r Mith i-hit Cnofittol'i  it W'Avr l!������i!h'**������ I'liltiinimV 1^-ailJii.gs  Vict .id. r.'-'.  I'XiUlMAliT ft NANAIMO IMM.W.-VY  A|i|*lit*jinti  11. K. DKA������.KY  Atmt  ,HrJUim',i8mZ'  Baaagsassssr^uffiy^^^aja^  If not, 5(oa had better  TRY SOME It's both  Wholesome & Palatable  0|i DHRtJGHT at "Joe Walkef's^'  "fiecarEfTgta  ties at all the Hotels  A Most Healthy. Beveridge and made  from the PUREST   of Malt and EEops  pring  ua  We print  Anything you want  and whatever  way you want it.. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTHUHKAPS  lUI-MlKADS  ENVELOPES    *  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGPKS  MENUS  m.OTTKUS  Donoi-ms  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  visniNt; CAiins  MJvSlNESS CARDS  WHDUINO STATIONERV  PALL PROGRAMMES  KTf., ETG.,  KTC.  Mi  THE CUMBEBLAND  NEWS  ��������� i\}i  * /  * & ..  '-  . ������  ���������'1  " '"'���������il  Ytf  il  ���������).  -Ij  ��������� 'III  *;V  01  I ll  ��������� ii  w  11  > ��������� if  ''I  '1  > >I  ���������i  i'f fiw.-***^.^.*--* u  '��������� Vif  -{. - "   -������  .       .-r-i..  A.: .-ttj. .x..i;...-i-..���������r~*,~���������������'���������'<.*-."���������,j..,.���������^.^r_^.i.^^,,*;'^.  ^&rC.~.. v...:..   THE WF.WS. rmrTlF.T?T.ASrD. IT. c  DECOUETE EFFECTS.  They Aro to Be Very Pronounced on -Spring Gowns.  i  CANING  THE  CULPRIT. ��������� .  JAPANESE THEATRES..  The Marks It Leaves Look Wane Than  the Whaling Feels., 7 - .  . In a Loudon poilec coui"t'.recently a  teacher-In "a, public school was .prose;  cu**ctl,for assaulting a pupil by bailing  hiiii." The 'magistrate decided';tbat bo  tiiid uot,used.undue violence aiid there-;  foro discharged the master. .  . In this case, thb father of tho ,boy  .who ,had been..caned tools, him to:a  physician 611 tho evening of tlm_day  of his castlgntlou aiid this doetor/found  nbout fifteen wheals outlio lad's b'ack.  This was evidence of severe punishment,: but ,thc magistrate considered it  wM not too ^severe for tho offense"  wtieh had. caused it, and said that  parents"'had formed au exaggerated  opinion -of tho amount''of forco that  had boon used.   ' ,  Commenting on this the London Limed says: - ""���������  "A blow from a cano causes nf tho  timo nu appreciable amount of pain  (whicli, by the way, is what it'is intended to do), but, it* leaves behind a  mark, quite out, of proportion In its  formidable character to the amount of  Eiifl'eriiig which it causes after tho first  slingjias been endured. If any 0110  doubts this, having perhaps avoided  the opportunity to observe it in the  coiirsb-of-an exemplary boyhood, tlio  experiment is easily made. Any -.-mall  boy will bo willing to do his share by  Inflicting upon the scelfer after truth  a -sharp cut' or two, the results of  which will'no doubt bo distinctly felt  for a time, but only for about an liour,  while there will bc visible on the well  protected and Jcnder.skin ofiho bade  I'or, somo days wheals which' would  harrow tbo heart of any moliicr."  In other words, a bo *'s back after a  caning looks far worse than-It feels  The Plays Are Long and the "In-risible" Characters Aro Unique.     /  Although tills Japanese havo copied  the best institutions tn the world- in  ���������remodeling their own, the theatre In  Japan is   essentially   different from  other countries, and somo of tho best  Ideas might weU be copied, by our  houres of, amusement.' Tho revolving  stag^, for.Instance, which allows the  scene to bo changed without a long  tiresome wait is one of them;  Other features cau-.ot he so much  commended. Take for example the  dressers to the chief actors, who.flit  hurriedly to ancl fro dresued In black,  which gives them the appearance of  black'spectres. They aro supposed to  .be invisible, and In addition to throwing arouud the actors with a marvelous dexterity the changes of costume  they act as valets. ' It la amusing, to  see one,of these "shades" giving the  hero a.cup of*.tea. a fan,.a handker.-;  chief, or. if, the situation is a dramatic one,-holding a "taper'at the end of  !a long stick, which lights up the  actor's faco.        ���������  " " ;���������  ln Japan the theatre goer starts  out at fS.'io or 10 olcloek in thp  morning. It is-not necessary* that  he should- have made a, visit to tho  box office, -for. Ja-an has no such  i 'stltutloh. . There is a sort of- tea  houso, or restaurant lu front of each  theatre,  whero   the"' ticket   can   be  real paternalism;  Row Quebec Was Governed In the  Early Days.  __ Some of the ordinances bt the'ear-  ty Governor and Council of Quebec  In tho days of the. French regime,  ���������.how to, what extent the Government  was paternal.' For instance, the In-  tondant Roudot came tothe conclu-,  Eton that the people in and "about  Montreal raised loo man*-/ horses,  which prevented them from raising  cattle and sheep. H0, therefore, cora-'  1 mantled that no inhabitant; should  own more than two horses or mares,  and one foal. The people were given  a time within which to dispose of  thoir surplus horses, after whicli  animals in excess "of the specltied  number would be killed. *  Another remarkable ordinance was  that of tho Intcudant Bigot, the  "urch-grafter" of later yours of tho  old regime. With a view of promoting  agriculture and protecting the morals  of the farmers by saving them from  the temptations of the cities, ho proclaimed to them: "We prohibit and  forbid you to remove to this town  (Quebec) under any pretext whatever without our permission in writing, on pain of being expelled und  sent back to your farms, your furi.i-  ture and goods confiscated,- and a  flue of fifty livres laid on you for tho  benefit of the hospitals; and furthermore, we forbid *H inhabitants of tho  J  HARDY TUSCAN WOMEN.  One Vigorous Old Dame Who Acted as  a Mountain Guide.  Illustrative of tho hardiness of women in Tuscany, Sir Frauds Vane vela tcs in,"'Walks arid People In Tus*  arranged for; also refreshment or city, to let houBea( or, rooms to per  any sort-of attention'which may bo sons" coming from the country 'or  ncededodurlng the lengthy, play; During the play attendants go about constantly, with small handles.**'cup's,of  delicious amber tea which perfu'mes  the air. <���������  When the scene opens there is no  curtain to raise; neither do the actors appear at ���������'riglUlcentre,i*v' nor are  they discovered.seated at "L.C." A  character will appear''not from the  wings, but from a sidewalk. - These  walks are often decorated with" a  flower border; He will repeat some  lines; which some oth**r character will  answer from the walk at the other  side of the stage, and so by degrees  they make their way to the stage proper hi the most natural manner.  The Japanese:   have   brought   the  A SUBTLE REBUKE.  _  a  It Follows the Discovery of the Model  Woman by a Belated Wayfarer.  ONES came home at au unseemly  hour oho night and was surprised  io see Mrs. Jones siltiug up for  liim below the stairs.   '  ."M-M-M.'ria," he said^mskily, "y-you  shouldn't shtay up s'..'Iiite when yo'  know I'm out on'business."  TXs Mrs. Jones, did not answer, he  continued in alarmed tones: "Shorry.  111" dear, but ifs ias-h time-tell you  I'm shorry.   Won't shpeak l' me':"    ' .  At this moment Mrs. Jones callod  front abovo stairs:  '���������John Jones, who arc you talking to  at this .hour of the nightV"  '"finish what I liku C know iii'seir,"  >stamniered Jones.  Mrs. Jones hustnie'd downstairs and  when she saw the situation burst out  laughing in spite of her anger.  "It's tbo model," she said, "tlie model  I bought today to lit my dresses on.'.*  "Yosh, thiish so." replied Jours tlp-  sily; "model woman���������didn't talk back;  make sliome follow good wife."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  UNDER A LEOPARD  And Just Within the Reach of the  Jaws of Death.   ���������   ������ .  COOL NERVE OF A BRAVE BOY..  SATIS AFTERNOON GOWN.   -  Even .for afternoon wear very low  ���������rut effects are to bc very much a la  mode.- The gown pictured here, which  Is carried out in black and white, is  nn example of this. The tunic of black,  net is applied over white monsseline.  For the foundation of the corsage ot  evening gowns Julie, even more than  luce, Is favored.-especially llesh coior-  'ed-lnllo. The effect is naturally startling. '  How   could it_ibe otherwise.  wlien the-tulle takes ou the tlnts-of  the llesh and tho effect is that of a  Beiuinude woman? To soo a woman  ���������wearing one' of these tulle corsages  '/when sho Is seated at a tablo ts even  enough to cause spec-tutors to gasp  . Willi consternation.  experiences V  two  JSng-   pantomime to a high state of perfce-  CURING  COLDS.  1  Simple Remedies That Will Often Cura  Them.  To cure a stubborn cough take 5  cents' worth each or pressed iiore-  houud loaves, pressed hops nnd wild  cherry bark, Hot! together In a scant  , quint of soft wuler to form a strong  dark ten, strain tlio ten through cheesecloth without squeezing, add u pound  of loaf sugar and simmer slowly to a  thick sirup.  Tnko a tcaspoonful several times a  day, .whenever the cough is distressing. For whooping eongli add ft cents'  ���������worth of chestnut loaves to'tho'other  ingredients when making tho (ua.  A slight cough may orton'ho quickly  cured by gurgling wllh hot water Jn  -which a little soda has been dissolved.  This is excellent for croup: Tnko a U1J11  ���������cloth-cither linen or eottou-snUinilo  11 with pure glycerin, odd :t fow drops  ot camphor, then sprinkle nutmeg  thickly over all and apply to throat  nnd clisst.  Camphor Is n handy remedy In case  nf colds which' mnko brenthlng dillicult, Moisten a hnmU'c-ivlilof with tho  eiimphor uml lay it on tho pillow. Tho  fumes will relieve the head nud Inducts*  Bleep.  Fur dryness In lho thronl hold n fow  drop*- of glycerin In tlio month ns  long its possible with the lips closed or  ir.'irgle Iho throat with oquul parts of  glycerin nnd water.  cany the  lishmen who were traveling in llaly  and "who appealed lo a.village innkeeper for a trustworthy guide to conduct  them over the pass between Ibomoiin*  tains of-Rondinajo and Tre" l'otenzc.  -To their surprise an old woman appeared aim announced tbat khevhad  come to "make arrangements, for the  journey. They concluded sho must be  the mother of tneir guide. "   . ;  "What whs oiir'ahmemcmt* to I earn.  ihat this elderly dame was om* desliu-  'ed^lenderr^udnriik'ed"sire~wa'"s~go.r'iip"  for tho fray In long boots and short  skirts.  "On we tramped, she always ahead,  walking witli a line military swing  which a lifeguardsmnu might have en-,  vied. Tlio path was dillicult nnd could  not be used by vehicles. Our guide  lrd(ns up tho steep way which follows  n small and rushing stream issuing  from out the side of Kondinajo, nnd tip  It we ascended for an hour or more  milil the pass'was reached.  "Wo here had (ho'merciful intention  of sending the old woman back, no  Intention,'however, she very strongly  opposed. It wns only by allowing" hot  to come some fow miles farther on tlint  wo could Induce her to leave us before  sho had ssen us safely to the owl of  the journey."   ,     '  tioh, and this is one of the most popular form,** ot plays which are given.  Father and Hit* Daughters,  Tho ImbltJ* of a lifetimo which began  a genera lion or more ago. tho habit of  being tt source of maintenance nnd the  need of keeping in,hand the means of  maintenance, the habit of power and  of kceplnghold of the souroc of power,  mny mnko a man less llian fair perhaps In dividing his acquisitions with  Ills wife,- but when it comes (0 the  daughters whom ho'Is going'to leavo  In the world when he quits It ho Is nil  for securing to thom us fnr ns ho enn  a full sliaru of till Unit Is worth having. Hardly can sex selfishness squeeze  In between lilm mid his uirls, As between (hem nnd rill ma Ion, ho is for  them, Ho wants them to lose no good  thing Unit' mny lawfully bo coming to  lliom. lie wants no mnn to bully them,  no mnn to Imposo upon tholr generosity, no man lo bring them to wnnt. to  eioiTow or ii hungry heni't,���������Kdward S.  Mill-tin In Atlantic.  MimtIf: Marvels.  The rotifer is but an infinitesimal  speck/ about a thousandth-part of an  inch long. He is a water midge that  needs.* a   microscope   to   walcb   his  ' movements. . Ton thousand rotifers  could sport, in a tiny eggcup full of  water without causing more commotion than would a single fish in any  given bay. One would naturally suppose tliat such creatures were the  most minute forms of .'animal life,  but such0 is not the case.    Wherever  .there is a ."herd" of.them they are  accompanied by another species  which aro ao small that in descriptions of the two ift������r are likened to  rats and horses. These' tiny attendants on tbo rotifer vulgaris am only  one one-hundred thousandth of an  inch" in length.,  The Perfect Day.  There" Is, perhaps, one such day  in every one's life. It is seldom moro  ���������when tlie wh-jlo world seems to  hanjHn a nebulous light, when nothing Is quite renl or quite certain,  when tho entire .mjivcrse might be a  bubble to break with touching, when  ono is boyond' one's body, all pure  soul, when everything ��������� oven the  birds in tholr bursts of foug and sudden silences, the flowers, lho clouds  ���������conspires.for perfection. Such mo-  monts como only when one human  spirit first touches another and vanish, or at least aro trans* Milnd, with  the first klsB, the first cpoken word  of lovo.���������From "Simpson,** hy Kllnor  Mordaunt.  1  Ohio Evening Robes.  I'lie most fiiHhlonahlo color for oven*  frijj wear nt proBont Is piilo groon.  Tliero must bo moro limn n touch nf  lilac!; used Willi It If tlio wearer wishes  to ho completely up to dale. Jet nud  blink lullo nro favorite adjunct-**. A  ,lullu tunic bordered with 11 lino of Jot  busies niuy cover lho green to lho  Iniccs, or, limtiiniLuf beads or bugles,  velvet popples with black stamens  mny ho lined.  The (-hoc* cliotild match (he gown,  Tlmy mny Imvo Jot embroidery on tho  toes nnd heels. Tho Imlr ornament  .���������,���������> ;i.n ���������������, ������,*.'     p.. ('������������������   -"v. ll'.A!  nmy In- hhfl*, with a -rroprt volv-t  coat worn with It trimmed round tho  outlines with 11 hnnd of Jndo green  emhroiili-ry.  Noxt In favor for ovenlng Mindes Is  the lovely IIgso du Utt'Tv pink.  Hoiicry Economy,  nine slocking'., wipcclnlly n vory  ���������flt.llentcJy llnlcd kind, which have  faded, can Imvo (ho color restored by  illpplna tliem In Imt wntcr In which  commun bluing ban l-n-ij s-r-uved atid  nine lump*) of alum dtxnolvrd. or they  run. lii-Mli"'!* witli wlilli* '���������.i-K'I.liicSi bo  w-ilori*l and -so coritlniio to do a  tf-n-nt drr.l of iiervlrw. *J'<������ the ulurn  idd dy*- Inxlrad of hltiJiux nnd so re-  \\\e the fnrtfd pinks and Mae* snd  tun cojired boclury whl-eli h������v* -eol-  ltMtte-1.  A' Maker of Cripples,  Dr, Charlton Wiilhieo onco Invesll-  gnted with grout cure <������J0 cases of hip  joint tllMOIlSO���������luIitTCiilosls of tlio hip.  Hu found that of thin number 70 per  cent citiiii) of tuberculous finiiillus br  Imd lived In houses wh'TO tln-ru had  noon known winch of in-live lulniivu-  lo.sl.i within a yenr. In liolli ciisch tho  I'xpliiniitluii wns tho Hiinio-exposure to  infect Ion, .When tlio lubeivlu gorui  riniuot murder 11 victim It liorK lushest  to cripple lilm. The only liiifogtinrd Is  id iniike sure personally thnt ymtr  iiniiso drips not linrlmr ihis groatc.-l ot  titiiiini) enemies,-(Jhli?ago .loui'iiiil.    -  Preparing For tlie AY'ort-1,  Mme. 'Tetrusziul siiys tliat 0110 of  tho most amusing exi.irloncea of her  younger days occurred when eho and  her sister wero touring together and^  wero leaving  some   lodging v/horfiiJ  they hnd  heen very com fori able.    ���������  "After   llmnklni-   the   landlady,'"1  Mme, Totrazzlnl eays, ' she surprlned  us both by looking at us In llie most  kindly antt tondcHcnillng way."  " "flint's''���������All rlgM, my dears,' sho  raid. 'I'm alvrjjs good to theatricals,  for I always say to myself thai. 1 novor know but whnt niv own i-hlldrn  may como to it.!' "  The I'Vnril of Uitll.s.  Tho fens', of tho iJoIIh Ih ihn  quaintest of all tho If tt lo Japntmuo  glrlf festlvaln. In thn ntorclioitsp,  whoro aro kept til the fnmlly (roan-  nren. there aro boson lllli-d with dolls  which havo como down fiom the  grandmothers nnd great-grandmothers. I'Jucli now brido takes her dolls  whon nil0 goon to her frlier-in-lnw's  hoiisp, nnd sho kenpn tin* feast i-ach  year (III hfr eldest daughl''r l������ *>ld  enough to tnko it up.  on  pain of a fine of one hundred livres,  also, applicable to the hospitals."  One of the problems of the economists of to-day Is how to check the  movement cityward of the rural  population���������bow to keep the peoplo  on thr.land. The problem-is stil! unsolved* but, pressing as, it is, it is  quite certain that our Government  would not dare adopt Intendaut Bigot's drastic policy, " which", is * only  possible under an autocratic rule  lacked by adequate power to enforce  it without'regard lo the will of the  peoplo. That such'an ordinance was  possible shows what was the- condition of public affairs in Canada during the days of the old regime.  "The spirit of absolutism," write3  Parkman, "is everywhere apparent.  In regard to this very mailer," writes  the Intendant Meules. ��������� "it is of very  great, consequence that tho peoplo  should not be left, at,liberty to speak  their minds"       ' ���������������  Oue further Instance of the point  of view of tbo Government that ruled  Oanadr. during those   now long-ago  yeais.   In 1C71 a resident of Quebec,  named Paul Dupiiy was heard tojsay  U:at there-is-nothing   like   righting  one's uelf, and that'whe.. the people  ot England cut off the head of King  ���������eharies-lTT-they���������did���������ar-good-thingr  This was twenty-two years after the  execution of Charles at the elose-'of  war against Varliament.  *��������� Dupuy waa arrested* and taken before the'Sovereign  Council,      That  body  cared -Millie   about   England's  kings and had no reason- for earing,  but lt held Dupuy guilty of speaking  til of royally in  lho person* of  the  King  of   England, ' and   condemned  him to be led iu a shirt, with a rope  ,ibout his neck, and  a torch in his  hadn, to tho gato of the Governor's  nalaec and there lo beg pardon.for  ills words.   From there ho was to bo  taken  lo  the  pillory  in  tho  Lower  Town to bc branded on the cheek,  ind  sol in  Iho  stocks  for half   an  lour; then lo be led back to prison,  ���������-.nd put In irons "till the information  against him shall be,completed." ,  Tale of n Tub.  In "A Motor Tour Through Can-  \da" the author tells thla story, au It  was told htm at tho club In Reglna,  of a mail who had been caught by a  oyclono whllo taking a bath.  Ilia bathroom wns instantaneously  tcmollshcd, and before, he could  .cramblo out of his tub ho found  limselt sailing over tho city on lho  freeze at a fitly knot clip. He was  ilways :i man of quick resources and  .���������eady expediency, '''hat's why, no  Joubt, the cyclone picked him out of  he crowd. Anyhow, be never oncu  lost his presence of mind In spite of  lis Lady Codlva appearance, but"ho  iclzed hold of tho "hot and cold"  aps with both hands, and started  ��������� leering his cralt. Would you boliovo  t, ho found It answered tho helm  like 11 rntbont, and lm nl. onco turned  it a point or two so ns to bring him  lo tlm waterworks. Thero ho de-  sended, filled the tub again nnd  calmly finished his Interrupted bath!  Not Dangerous. ,  A man.who lives out in tho hundreds,  just off ICuciid, has two children.-11  daughter at the marriageable age and  a son just at the diabolic age, The  father of these two is wise and full of  reinembr.'uice. So'the other day ho  called his sou in to him and spoke as  follows: - ' ���������  .."Danny, you are just old'enough'to  be smart and just young enough to bo-  foolish. I-et mo toll you a secret and  tisk a favor of you. "four sister has a  young man calling on . her, as. of  course^ you know. I want to ask you  not to hide in the front room when  this man calls, tho way small brothers  always do in tbe funny papers.- This  man may marry, your sister if he isn't  scared off by some littlo devil like  you." *  "Dad." answered the kid frankly, "l  wouldn't dream of staying in the room  where they arc."    ��������� ������  "Why wouldn't you?"  "Don't tell. Well,.I'm afraid of the  dark;*'���������Cleveland I'lain Dealer. '  The Diplomat.  It was the day arter the parly.  Nine-year-old Hobert came to his mother and said:  '���������Mamma,' how many of those nice'  cut glass ice cream dishes of yours are  there exactly?"   .  "Twenty-four, my son."*  "Will you but me that you have  _morft_thanJjteiilysthrott22 7 ���������  "No, darling. Grandmother I'rown  gavo me one do'ien a'nd Grandmother  Sullivan another dozen. That "makes  exactly two dozen."  "All tho .same." persisted young Itob  ert, "please bet with me."  "Very well, I'll bet."  "Then you've lost, 'cause I've broken  one of 'em."-Now York Post.  Ignominious Defeat.  "I have tried to make 11 fofdiionabW*  gentleman of you," said tho reproachful father.  "I know It," replied'the remorseful  young man, "Hut tho smell ol" ri  chrysanthemum disagrees with me. J  look funny in a silk hat, and I always  get a cane twisted up between my ankles. If It's all tlio samo to you I'd  rather go to worl*."-Washington Star.  Yielding to Temptation.  "John, didn't I tell you thnt if you  camo homo tipsy another night I'd go  home to my mother?"  "Ycsli. in' deiir."  "Then why have you come homo in  this condition?"  "Didn't you shay (hie) you'd go homo  f your moslioi'?"-l5oston Transcript.  ��������� *  -f "'���������'>       "You sny you ocr-ml'itu-ll-- biiioI:**' one  uf your *vlfi'"B birthday fdgnrH'f"  "Yos; I dug 'om up the other day,  and lliey uro u great help in my pres-  rut slltiutlnn."    ..  "What h dial?"  "1 nm irylna to quit smoking for  good."-.Mbiitiy Knickerbocker I'risus.  can  Courtesy at the Pawn-hop.  'Tun go Ilrst,  Trail Meier,    f  wait."  "Tli/in"*". IM Iir������vo j*o*i linnxv I'm to  no more hurry for my money tlino  you."~������'|legei)rie Waller.  Hlii* Was Careful.  MlHlrenu���������-Now,    Sarah,   I    want  you to ho careful about brcakiiiR this  vase.   It cost ti Ri-cal deal of money,  J and I would Imln to have it carolnm-  t)      u.tj..t.u    .i.t.    Ultit.    tiltllf,.  Pfirnh (tbror- dfyr ''it'*r*i 'Wri ':���������  your vase, nin'fttn, and t couldn't  havo broke It moro carefully if I'd  tried for a month,  Mutlu-r,*i Ilu-y Day.  i tie mciriologui' 11 nisi ivafi mo fin"!  liln audience to learn. "Dear old  ���������notbor," he wns saying. "I will  lever forgtit how she uml to rock all  'if ua children io tb;o\i. Tin-re wore  Mlneteon of un, and by the time fiif  'tad us rocked to Moi-p ih" nl"������ri-i  i:l'Kk num. avid alu. hud io v.-.v dt.l't  breakfast."  Real Ability,  "Whnt Is tlio secret of ���������������������������������*������'/" ct\t-  nl th* too],  '*Th*������ Hblll"-* to ewe*] yenr Ircfe o!  nblllir. rop!l<*d flu* isrff.-CfnPhruW  Enrjnlror.  Loyally Thai Fulled Vol.  Tom Wallutc, of Woodbrldg**, thb  liouvlost man In the House of Commons,' says that I" Um recent bye*  election In South Ilru. "no oldllmer  from a llliln hnmlot walked up to  tho polling booth and domanded a  ballot, loudly declaring hln lutein Ion  of voting for John A. Macdonald.  "Hut," said the reluming olllccr,  "you can't voto for Sir Joint A. Mac-  dunald���������he's dtiiil long ago.''  "Well," li'tortcd the nut he. "I  want to say tlmt lie'n n hotter man  dead llian cither Triune or Carglll  alive."  So lm wont. In and '.poll.-d his ballot.���������Toronto Saturday MMu.   m ���������  (Jnnadii Holds KiTi-rd.  Keceuiiy tho ftiato ol .Sew Jcrtmy,  U.S.A., gave an uiiilnn gowrnnr a  chock for two o*������-M*", ihf maHorl  chock by lhe shite, but thin record'  Ih beaten in ���������OUkwh.   Miss Out rom of  "Oft-nr-l   hit}   n   r-ivtri'"-   ir.,>-ii'n*   t"   1  branch of tho I'osfoflli-e .Savin**-* Pe������  part meat. Kite t-loned hor account a  short time ap,o, and it wan found tbat  she was credited witn tho mum of one  cent., for which tho Di-j'tirtm'.-nt scut  her a check.  Correcting Himself.  "There never -was u womnn who  didn't gab. nbout her neighbors."  growled Mr. i.ubb.  "Oh. yes. thoro wns," replied Mrs,  Uahb.  "That's right," commented Mr. Gtibb.  "I forgot nbout Hve/'-Cliiclnnatl Enquirer.  The Hardest Work lo Come.  "Thero!   l'vo written the last lino in  that poem." said tht) verso writer.  . "I'm  glad you're  through   with   It,  dear," replied his wlfo,  "Olt, I'm not ihrough wllh it. 1  haven't sold Jt"yt!l."-Yonl;t'M suites-  mini,         A Dlicount.  Lady of tlio Houso-Half the thiui,''-  you wash are torn to pieces.  Washerwoman - Yes, mum. Hut  when u thing Is forh in two or moiv  Lien's, uiiiui, I only <.,har���������'o for Ihem  IS  Ol  ic ple-wC, mum.-Now York Mall,  Financial Reform.  "Kate Hi's she  Inlend'i to marry  Mr. Pl'inl-s to reform him."  "Whal In hi,-* vlve-Yl        , .  ,.,-, ....--''���������     - "    -'���������.*���������  London Sl'.'l'-h.  The Trouble,  "Whal't    Hie    mall'-r  hubyV  "A woman's usual tro-il.',;."  *!th   th'  Nine (flits a Day.  Huron County. Ont., ilaims thn  honor of hnvlng the let.} and mo������t \  dconomlrally run Houso of Itefuge  In the provin--*. Tho Infiltutlon 1������  iltuated Juft outsld-*. f|io town of  Clinton and has 96 inmate?. The  to*> tit ftrdiiii'   <?*���������������**   iiilbrtr,   if  Now Of-e's Much Younger.  Wllfml-Uo joti know Miss Culey  too'}  V'ni'o-Yct'. w-������ if-nd to ho tlm rn-iiio  age wlien we wero growing up."--  Judge,   Making Good,  "Yn-i nio.'iiiifl me Uiat I should tide  Jn iDolurcir-," *lift *ald,  "An.l I :������ jiar time licon ynur brMe  Ai.iJ ilui <ii< hint i inii.)."  v,   . ;  .i. J'"v  Courage, Prcssnce*ef Mind snd a Lucky  Knife Thrust Put Him Out of Peril.  Curious Experience With a Vicious  Man Eater'Iri South Africa.  "liulalu" Taylor waa eye of lhe early  settlers lu the South African country ���������  that is now MutabeU'liitid. lie was  the Chartered company's right baud  mnn Iu lho.se dnyt;, uud the natives  held him hrwholesome respect. More  ili-m ouce he elk-eked Ihrcnteiilng disorder almost single handed, and whenever'there was nu uprising It'wus-liu- -  lulu who tool: command of the white  forces. Hut this" Ls n story of Rula-la  junior, his son. a stocliy little chip, of  lho old blod?. it happened during one  of the father's absences iu the Oold. "  The youngster, left In charge of the  family commissariat, spent two or  three evenings eaoli weeic iu hunting  ���������aud wllh invariable success, for he  was a "crack" shot, for all his youth.  One morning ho was late-hours late.  His mother became anxious aiid sent  some Knliirs out to ta������o up bis spoor.  A little way out they met his Horse*  limping home, shivering and bleedin/**'  from many wounds.  The little baas must he killed!  The l-Tallirs were off along (lie* tract  as fast as (heir feet woirtd carry, ihem*.  They' wauled  to  save 'the boy's  re-  mains before the lion could eat Ihem.  They found the remain**--of a leopard  ���������nnd Bulain'junior was'calmly skinning Uiem.   A few feet away was the  turn carcass of a freshly killed buck.  In awe tbe Katilrs squatted round  sti-.l with only the Interjection of an  Decisional "Aougb!" of admiration  listened to tbe man-child's slory.  "Insinibe." said lttilnla junior, nd-  diofsiug'himself to lhe oldest Knflir.'  ".von see the little duykerliok, 'I killed  him. and ho afterward saved niy life.  1 thought the bole would bc enough  iii eat for all of us. and was slowly riding home. The ground was stony nnd  the bush tliick. The sun made mo ���������  drowsy, and I wasn't ('.'ireful to look  sbont me. The horse had lo pick his  way.   Just us ho turned that big busli'  Jjo_^������mU3LriinJl������irer_ Uiis.lleo'Jard.���������.   '"]��������� don't know which was most surprised, (lie horse or-the leopard or L  The'leopard |iad no tiineto turn back;  he just hi'd to spring. Uefore my-eyes  could open and close twice the leopard  was on my horse's*shoulders, trying to  get a yrij) with liis claws into llie bole  in front of me. .   .  "Tho hoi-so .squealed and Jumped,  my gun Hew out of my hands, nnd [  found myself lying on my back on the  ground, Tho llltlo bok was lying ,  across my stomach and legs, nnd the  leopard waa* clawing and blling him  "frantically, i felt the blood from his  body trickling through my shirt.' Insinibe, I was frightened!  "From lho corners of ,my eyes I saw  my rifle, but It was too far off to roach.  J just had lo Ilo and piny dead, If I  moved n muscle and,tho leopard snw It  lie would glvo mo ono blow and tinlsli  pie. Onco or twice'ho looked up ut  mo. and through my half closed eyefl  1 saw the blood dripping from his  jaws. It was lucky ho was bo btiugry.  "At last his hunger woro oil, lu-  elmbe. He got to bis feet, and cnm������  nnd smellod my face. Spots of thlcle  blood dripped on to my cheeks, Oh, Insinibe, did you ever lie and let a  pnako's tongue ilclc your fnco? Ut  liri'sthed over nm and smelled mo carefully, then, sntlsiicd I waa dead, went  back to his meal.  "For minutes which seemed Hit*  hours the leopard tor* and chewed  nnd n������ ho been mo loss hungry ho be-  en mo more pnrtlciilnr. Two or tbroa  (lilies lm changed IiIh position nnd each  timo 1 wanted to shout lu fenr. If I  could only get nt my limiting knife,  which I,could foci In my belt; but I  d.irod not move.  "At last the beast lieg.ui lo drag (ho  link off uio In onlor to get ut Its.other  fide. As lho bolt slipped off I moved  wllh it iu part of It. Aud I gniKpcd  my knife, Kven Uieu 1 dared not get ,  up. I Just wiil I ed and waited. Al  Inst a chaiice.. cumo to mnko my ona  sinh, I,was desperate, nnd I took It.  Tho leopard stood up to Ktrclcli lilin-  ci-if nnd looked away from mo.  "1 Jumped tu my fad and made n  blind r-lu.-d) at his hind ���������ninrti-iw. Then  1 sprung nwiiy; not n bit too rood  either.  Hu.- my ililrt, lnslmbu?  "He leaped on mo nnd lils fore pawi  grazed me and threw mo on my face.  When I ['emmilled up- oruIsi nnd  ront'liitl my rltlo he h.id oollnpscil and  wns snapping nnd upltllng llko n cat  My wild cut hud hamstrung his uest  hind lor.  "He only snt nml snapped for nn In-  stunt though; ihcn the pain nml nngct  madti lilm mad und ho ruuhed nt mu or  three bgi.  "I i.!iut blm. See Jiow tlia imlr li  ulnci'd round (lm bullet hole, IiislmboV*1,  ��������� Vv.ii,-,.������ vJv,...,*.������������(.'ori.  "'What'* that?" ..._ _  "I have boon  vr.rd.ins n-y heir f.������d |: ,>ni.'ro minnVn-nf,  hnn )������-cn rt-  iU't do a. H*l-������tr vkih nun." | i^rcft to 9.2 cents per dar tath.  ���������- 'Ti" titir ,i ���������������'-.���������)������������������ i ii���������'*'.*��������� Y-tr-. mv fcr!d#  And ftlll i>!i f'.-U ym ttc������d,      *  tint you itiKll liava yenr at:to riae,"  To hfr ht 'i-v-i'liy ������.ji.l.  "Th4������ .inlo ti -li* you'll ti.rMy f#t.  pti tar ynu linvrn'l Unnwn ot.c,  V..I UtV.'y tr.*l-> I ���������"���������..��������� I  f?t>iii* rrt-n������Pv folkn "lin oirn r,r*n  ~l*������?rolt t-'rre Vtir*.  Explained at Lait.  "At ronr age," ������������M yom*(* noberl'i  father. "I wai compelled to trait and  eat at Uio second tablo when \r������ bill  camps**"."  "Mother, tb������ child remafke-J, "*iof  fin-o of ton vtcnitereA vhtro did goi  Ml (alio rest-rcn*. Ncif **��������� ImcvrW  Oileaco necort! nenld.  Orudecry ts n p������e*rai������rj (o call ott  IV trwitet ot tbn mlid a* aro tt*r#  r-jwlnu or-fl pIsntlnB to oblaln tbofajfl  tho Mftri. f t***tHfikf<^f^
���jO.."* tt �������*$���*
���^li*r^iV*-Ju
VHVi NEWS, CtTMBERI-A*n,,fi��m'SH C'OLTOBI^f
*���    ���* * J���**       "-*        "*** " <*������*        ii ii  -**"** ' mil     r "t US' ������ t.     ������   - n *   '*��� . ������ .if���'���*���    ���** *    ��� '������-    ^ ^ ^ ��  ��� -  r-   '  ��� ���  "
i.
V
OF
,
ALE
' ��� "     '        -of-
Curiam Muslins, Lace Curtains
. .���.������ ��� ���o	
Curtain Mot, regular COc now  45c per yd
Cuaiiin.   cui. regular 40c     now 80c per yd
Curtain Kuslitf,   i a pillar  30c now 2Cc per yd
Ctu--:ii-: Musliu,   regular  J35c liow 17c per yd ���*
A ��ood Hue of Lace Cuilaius in  Kcru 'and   White. "iaii��
in<> from $1 oo to ��5,00 per pair, at 1 3rd off    ���
1
a
tie, hirniture Store
01*-!     (-"umberland
Mcl'hce Ulock,  ;&.
i ���*. X. I*U�� llO(W?!-��*MW f*rtii**-* -a-, �����-��. .v-w**-*
Sl'MMKIl^'IlKnl'
��� *MMu*mMHMt 1��� a ttrt-rw
NOTICK,
TAKK NOTICfttlmt tl:*.* busi
"Mic'sunmiT  service  b?'wccn   nes-.   of    Dong    lin.s.,    U mi', oil,
,'���rouvet\     Naiiaim:.*,     Union   merchant  l-tilurfi. Cumberland, Ih
0., will .1)3 tninsfui'ivil /to D:)iiji
b'oi-tr on May <J;li 19M-, who will*
not hv rfspoMfihl" for .'in)' delitt*
con tract ed by above named firm.
DON (J FONCj."
���  The ''Booze"; Has Him-   ;
"He Can't Quit!     -,-
<"Hp"-i��pjhi^��..bui,in0ssnnii, or a wasc-eariw,'
v\it 1 faih'.y de,'. ude.it upon hiin bal/eviug in, bim. The
V rl I i. unsyuip-th.tic.' It j��l��es by oxperie-ico., H
1.-1..W-* him (��,r tin l.nb Ual d.unkard and" it brauds him
w \>?yond b.-p-s-a.-oaieJ.   But lhat man en.quit-
,    Yes, He   CAN Quit-and -in ���
Three Days; Too !
Aloobolisinis NUTa.li-o.so". Tjw 0��U�� ijinpij.
*\h h.s led to a ^tom thnt cure;, nml onto, Po mi.nen-
t!>. N . ilr.iK��, ������'��� liypodorJerimo i- jbcIicm- j i-t �����
,i-,-..llo'..t f-.od vnvacjy and hr.lml .ino;l..iu.s VOK
��� ONLY TllltKi: m\N. Th.11. ��^���?��Z*V$L
id I.-, i* 11. t* su 1,1 ��� l��r.v <o p fon. if.d b so mtci ,Bl
!,, iu .- ,,. oiir, ,o..t p.i.l U rtfuudo.1 ��ithollt quest;o,
ii- <*. minsi.t. '' ''��� -.*       '   \
This if? NOT a-Gold Cure-it ij"
Th3 Only Real, Permanent Cure
for Alcoholism. Don't- Wait-
Write''or Call Now  Today-   ���/,
THY fl BOTTLE OF
BREWED AND BOTTUED BY
PILiSENER B   EW1NO Co.Iitd
also distributers for U. B.C and   Ncwlife Beers Nanaimo
0
. V.
liny and   Cirno.*".   will    become
op-.'i'.itiv.-;   on     'Miy    41 li.     The
C.lnnnei" will   leave    \":\nco'.i\-cr
��)!! Thursday and Saturday nior-
iiiii��s;it  8  o'clock,   airiviug  at
Nanaimo at' 11   o'clock   a. ��� m .
ami Union   Bay  aud   Comox at
���JY30 p. m. , On   Uie return trips
the bonis"will leave Comox at 7.
151\ r,i and Union   Day   at   S
o'oc'.ock a. 111., aniviiii"  at Van-
coiiv* r on YvVdiK'sda*. s and  Vr\-
'i':ns   at.   7*o'clock iu   tl'ie even-
i'.j,\    Connections will   be made
111 Saturdays and Sundays with
Puiices* Patricia at   the   Island'
1     %
,. 1 l!tl
,   Ti:ri*-=* will arrivt-   ;it   Cumbei*-
Union liny at 8..50   on
-tl
tl ��� run
71"
'iTlTl-cn IV���:r*ni,=i-*��'i
r. 11!.*day, ''nti'n;s'Ji[fY~:[tKl-yut-un!:vy_
iMcninui-. and will leavi** for Union
jby Wptln -dav ami l'vidny at 7
in ilie iiioriiwi**", and mi-. Situnluv
iii 5 111
In-   i-vciiiii-f.
di an go n\
!.i'h"dule.
tl
Hi
S.
Tiler-* is no
Cowiftliai!
��� Vpo-t**, f 1011 Clrclo on Mny 17, ,Bay
ihn rioul raiifcd by tbo break up it tlo
co on tins Yuiion rivor o-i Thur.sdiy wiiH
. rn 'Iir- v <>i*4 in tin' hi-twiy of tlio (junp.
no 1* wu v.'ns ti'mnut, wii 0 I out, all the
ti ri'-*-, Kouornmi'iil bud.! iiRa iuul .Ia-uIU,
i g 1 oar waterfront l-cina dunm-td,
T 11 Tn imvilliif* i<ontiro!y iiiid'.-r wnt-
'i* ind too. No casiifi'it.:e^i liavu buun ro-
">."o frcm'/iii''or d,o citnpe alcrj; tho
"-V-.OH. The dnniKU ;n iriiimtitcd ut
' feas.tx:'.
-��{>-
Uiiiuours of o;i)n   firing find sin
i ri'i-frt, luivi'rcni'lii'il iisfi'iin S11111I-
wick.    Tlmt   liijjliwiiMiiini,    who
luild upii' le^idoiit   of thai   jilace
ii fi-"v* vc.'ii"' u'M>  niii.-l   lm "inotis-
tl ,       *
i!l'(���,,   ai'inirl   ii<{.'tiii.    Some  Tieo.
O ri I
p    uro iiwfu'ly iii'i'M-iii".
Sinn Stockitiid  is prcatly troub-
cd nvt'c   ilio   itiiionnt of   iiioni'Y
lr
i)lid out hy tlio Collie:*1/ Coiii'i-tny
ia March, Sun s.iy* tliat a mnn
in Nanitimo told him Mint tho
��� 'l'.i ir of Ihis paper snid thnt it
vim 8120,000. Wc -In mil seo
vihvSaiii   should   worry  over llie
a r
< 'ofiipiUiy'H   p,'i\-imII,  mk   I here is
I'ulie. ol'   it.  (��i.)iniii^   to  Idm,     Ilt��
ot.i!- it huiii'h of easy n.otiey uve.ry
i.,.niih, and should lie fliitisfirtd,."
h it, Ham In ol a worrviojt wi'iire, imd
b >ti'H t ** lakft svlmt ho iluoii't ciarn. The
('���lin,-* y niiyht iib'iije S 111, by liiform-
in 1 him r���� tn tht' fim'tninl i<f n.oiitlily
[ > h .-ind relievo S'iihi of 1 lit* ��raat ivor-
V, '-lech it eilini* (.nl IiIh vIiiiIh.
iNeiv WV'i-lmiiisb-r, Mny In.���
lii'rmtiij J*. Cltike and Kmnli
l��ivi^ weie -I'Xecuted in tlio eomt-
jard ill t'ut�� jaii in-vr >i-i'in .����-n*..!:1*K"
������' tii'iih-ek, -jit 1 yi 11 ��4 tin- pe>*nlty of
the law fur Mih uuinli'l" of J'olii'o
i*i>ii*ihMh JuitU'6 Arclilh-ihl nt
V-i'KO'ivcr. Mhv 2^ Uf[. N'��
ko rf��i*?-**OM wie* 'limit' by uillu-r
iu ", t Illiuiijih \ht\U diiiiiij* fi.*,*
iMidtt exehiitin'il t ��� lit**, (.'ttttrd.
������ \* (Jnil U my jmltrrt, Clark did
\ - killliijf."' ('Irk mt'Ui un
���'. .'fei'irf. A* t)if l>li'"'.' i-Hp ��:i**
It I ,t* fifte-.J ovi-r  ('l^i'k*- I ���-.���pi, la��
MEETING OF COUNCIL
The City Council met in regular session on Monday .evenine".
there beinp present the Mayor.
A Id. .Hanks, Miller: P.-irnhani.
Minute? of previous meetiti"
wero read and adopted.
A notification of tie; appoint"
input of-K. W. B'u-l"le as polite
ma<rifcti-ate.for tlie, City, of ('win���
herhind, at tc salary . of ��25 |.ei"
mouth, wns received from the
"1'' rovmi^l~S~tn*ct"in'*)' Vd e pa r 1111 en l-
CoiiiinuiiiciiiiDii   from   jUeulrie
Co.; re post of    proposed    ehnnj^e
i.
in stieet  liyhiiuj*-. -   This   mutter
svas left over for a   full   hoard  to(
discuss, iis was also a eommnniea-
ti m    i'loin   Telephone  Ooinpiiny-
re the use, of its poles*   for electrie
light purposes.
The hy law 1. iui.se #2000 to
pay olf hank, prepared hy Lawyer Harrison, was also, laid over
"tinlil a meeting of-tii'' full huunl
Aeeotiut-:
Klee, IJjrht: %\l 50
. A MeKiiiuoii "    8,'ao
IJ. G. (Jrasvfoi-d DO.SO
Vancouvet" Province .... 6 30
Nanaimo Jail...' 10.30
1), Ilni'den presented a bill
for three days attendance at city
jail looking after prisoner, aud
nine day-- ou ciiy work; Aid.
Miller raised the -.jttestiou as to
whether Mr Iluudcn should f-ct
two dollars or lluee a niylit, being of the opinion that tsvo - dollars was ciioii<."li, All bills and
aeeouuts weie icfeiied to Finance Comiuiilee.
The Tax Kale Ily Law ot
1913, providing for a wile of jo
mills for ��encr:il purposes and 7
mills for sehoul puiposefi, wh*
adopted as lhe la.v tate lor 19:4.
Council adjourned,
fvlAROGCHl BROS
GROCFRS   &   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF      ,
"CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS
Agents for Pilsener P.rewing Ooii'pHn>'s BKER
* 1 Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds ot ���-
Wines and Liquprs.
SECOND   STREET,        ^
THE CANADIAN B^ANK
1
*w
��
l^U
The estimated cost of the new
system of ehrtiic lighting th:
city, as presented to lhe Cjiy
Council 011 Monday niylit, will
bc $31540 Tii iii dots not iir
elude lamps.
.ri-i-.l ����� i-l h> k��<i I':'- i*
ful!
in
���\\Lf hvo, t��hrii��^!it(l JiM rli**ul*l* r**
itn\-m'tWt\,
Union Jiay uccordin^ to imports is sliownig sijjus ol activ
ity these d.iss Interest is ecu
lied on the placing of the new
!v*v.'."-"'."e fo th'�� inrtTtr'-t which
is being handled bolh m \"an-
couver and Union Hay.
Jt is mi'ed tiiat several new
firms are lo statt ��t Union Hay
.".���it ut-v." htrccis to   he opened,
LoA Union Hay keep au eje
on CiJ'iiberlaml, and w.itti* de
vflopiucnts. U-i-fw H.-��y i* i.'-t
the only pebble 0:1 'lie heaeh;
ami doii't yon tail.mil f->rj��vt it
We uav >h-' men at.i *\e luve
ilu* mor.ey *.oo, an I both are
l<�� be used in thu building up
of tint littk bn%-h riglit hcru.
SIR EDMUND WALKER, c;v.O.,LL.D.,D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager , JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager
GM-ITM., $15,009,000    fJESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
FOREIGNJJBUSINESS  '���
This Bank oflcrs unsurpassed facilities to' those doing- business with
foreign countries.    It i.s fipacially 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*-' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued and available in all parts of the world.
Collections effected promptly at reasonable rates. S22
CUMBERLAND BIUHnH.., ".........W. T. WHITE, Kannger
Any-eis-on or   persons ibiunl   tyty^^ty-^iy^^yiity^^y-ty^'fyiys)^^
eutiiny limber on   tny   properly
ou Roy Road without   my   permission will he pros'seculed.'
W. WITt'JIIKLL.
I/)S'P���Dark chest mi t nnire
(colt,) missing since the la��,l
week in January from 1* nnv
Iiay. A reward of 8100 will he
paid for in formation KiVen to
Cl��o. Stevens, Fanny Day.
HDGH MiTCHELL"
KOU  YOUR
Genl BlacRsmithing
~-ANI)-:,
Horseshoeing
Thin) St.       L'nu'burlui.'A
-NOTICK
CinnWrliuHl KU'ctric I<i^hi
Cv%. ,.IT;cc hnr.r^ Nfay t��th, o
a. in. to 6 p. m , id,so Ttu^day.
Thursdny and Saturday, l'a\
nil bills f\t oflice, corder Derweu1
Avcnne and First St, Ten pel
cent discount allowed from 15th
w 25th, inclo.H vv.
1 Wood   Wood;
Wood
Now is tin' (ium to' pbico    .
your  order   i'or    bl.AU
ty
ty
' The first  shipment of our ���spring: stock' of ���'
I '        .    ,    Shoes.have arrived in*.]    J*'";'.';::     .
1 .   Men's Tan and Black Bntton
I        Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal -arid
I Navy Blue Suede in��   ,;
I Lace and Button
=-'-    ���      *":.-- y -     ��� ���   7
I Watch for our Sale of Odds and Ends after'
1    ��   ���       '    ' Stock-Taking'       ,       ���        .    -' \
I   THE "IDEAL" STOKE ��� ljVxt.^Tnrboiis
I       McKae, Acton, Hayman; .-���,- j i
'lil!li;;ii!ii:!ii:iiL'!!i!!!!!!!':!!!!!!!!!!!��!��l!lllltllHliillllil!!aillllllllim
vV\\UlUlllll*;i:il��li!^^
-fe-' ' ^ ���       "       " 3
|,Capital P.did Up $11,500,000. ^   . �� Reserve $13,000,00��  |
j   The-;Royal, Bank of Canada.. |
I DRAFTS   ISSUED - IN" ANY'   CUI1HKNCY,   1'AYABLE   ALL |
1      *    ' OVElt   TUB    WOHM)! :..���-,. ' J
I -PECIAL ATi'ENT.lON nfii-l to ^AYlN(iS ACCOUNTS & interest I
I 1.1 liiirheet Current Ritlee iiliowt-il on DepoMlsof .fl mni upwards.   I       |
I CUMDERLAND, B. 0 . Bmnch, Open Daily      D. M. Morrison, Mgr.'^
I UNIOM PAY, B^O. Brttnch.'Ojforirai'y.      F. Bciwcitb, Kgr. |
1 COURTENAY,   3. 0 , Branch, Open Daily R. H. lift:dwick,  Kgr %-
|^Si��iiiiiii"^
 mmmmmm,,imm   niiHWIl MM��B����IIM  ""   '        ���''    ���     '   *������ '	
p. PHiLLipps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING
WOOD
S2,50... per tlon
loml
From Tlie
Star Livery Stables
SITUATIOM WANTKD-llv
u youny; Jiipujeso, in hotel or
store. Speaks good Knglisu,
Apply Kobayiishi  No 1 Ciunp,
m**mt *nm*��Ui -��*�����*
KOll SALE CMKAI'-A (ive
room eottn^'. .011 INmritli Avenue,
Apply at Mnil Stni'c
t-uelvitio
KOU SAhE���Ninu
pijijts ��t #3 t'.ieh, Money iuii**t ne
eouipnuy tlie or-Joi'. I huvu uhu
l\��r t-ule, one liroml sow mul m'^li'
i>uekiug pigf, Ajijily Holiert Sol*
Ian, H '1'iiby Ulinul.
FOR SM.K���IIou��-j nntl" ](
iUiik ol hnd on \h\y* Ucmtl
uIoro to town. Ten 1 is $lfi0.lH
down, Imlnneu intiniiily Hour-
to reul. Apply")'. (>, llox Ull
or litis olliee.j.
DUNSMUiR AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
=V. BOI40SA:
Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER
P. 0. BOX 483
PHONE 80....
CUMBERLAND
f YOU GET IT AT      PLIM LEY'S IT'S All RIGHT \ |j
Get out in the open on an
WANTED���Reliable njji'M ic
handle     Iii-rliim      motorcycles.
Wliolt'sale price given   on   ma
diincs to use as   demonstrators
if  purchasor    means   bnsiuesB.
Write, Thos.   Plimley,   Vic
loria lt. f'��
KOlt KAMi CffKA!'���Km1;��w.
lired curt,   in    W>tA   coiidiiifi.
with    wvtrii     ffi    -nf    t-feel-tiK*''
Applv  lI'i** "lliet*.
XV
t !,">.
jsaasfwipw*
!*��f(*����*pi
.JWiw^i-i
Dioloroyctini till >oa
rid* ��b�����lBdl��*�����
���4p*t\t\\y Iki \y.' 'Indlw.   *
Tho new oonfort fettorei
mtk�� it mor�� thin ever th*
perfect motorcycle. Vlbre-
^ tlon end jolting don't eilit.
Power, Spted and Emlnuece untQU*ted
by any other motorcycle. Coiti neit to
ttotliind to inuin'alii. l'atkr to rlA* then
��� bleycle.   Ncedi no *J*iri<e. tf
TheCall
of the
Op 3D
Comet; with the months M
of Spring and at Plimley s
civerytiling is ready for the
1 "y* list and the Motorist.
The 1914, "Indian' The I
Motor t ycles. The 1914
"OverlHiul" Cars and fhe
-itjw cytle models by lhe
world's leading makers all
twait" your choice, bend
'ur dec catalogue to-day,
Thos. Plimley
O Yn:3 iVTOKET VICTORIA, D. C.
tlS3mX^mmVmt*tfl!S^^
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