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 Y*y->  Kx  "* *. . _       jft t.  ,/V jf? ���������**��������� .Jf-e ������>*<*. -V../^'"-. * ;'-^.c ��������� ,*  ���������   *    ������������������* '    .    '. ,*'      /    7- " *..    *-'  .^,.y.-'.-"*r.-,?;.  ���������Mliii^if^WW?^^!.-^  i,���������j_ -i,,^^1^ ?*-* :-iT������  ' *'V    '--������������������-  .'--.-y -���������'  v* /-t-    /y y .--���������"  v: u..^'*v,../ '���������-���������.'  ,.  .*"-, "5V>.  il  T-v ���������������-  **.,*  ll  !  i,.i  A  fir  m  hi  A ^oumal Devote B?peq������,,|*, to tne .^^ of Comox District.  N * J"X  T-iik News, Twentieth,"Y^ai  . CUMBERLAND, B,.C, WEDNESDAY, ' NOV. C, ;9i3  Subscription &i.oo.a Y-ka-r  u  .  , No reserve���������every hat reduced.  The season is only beginning, and  you. ought fo .take advantage of this" op  portunity to secure,,an up-to-date mo,  del at a fraction of its original price.  , Here is where, your dollar can do  ��������� - ' *    ' '   - ' '    -       '     c*  the work-of, twp; '  ;SIMON LEISER & Go  DunBj.au iri A von up,  Tho following iii part, jfif-ot as  ti wholo, might ho very . well np.  plied to Cumberland:    ,"  "As thu time is swiftly coming  on when we will   have " to - make  choice of  our . City   Fathers* for  1914. is it not   Hint-   that   those  who know most about"' thy men fit  for,tho position slionlJ   begin   to  move to bring them   out to public  notice.    For surely   Victoria never needed thu right kind  of-men  more than iii next  year* council,  As the city grows   new  problems  are continually presenting  them ;  selves, .ainL lnrgo.*   expenditures  hnve to be made, and  if the city  is to keep Iip-- place   in tliti march  of progress with  other   like communities it cun only lm by havin-r  the best service   in-'' the, Council  Chamber.    For tlmt we must not  only have men who are abovo per-  sonal jealousies   and   bickering.-.,  but also men of vision .and'-, foresight united with   that - practical  ability and will   which  carrjUnto  .effect the policy determined'tYpon.  there isno use nagging over'past  follies and mistakes,   but* exjieri-  encs should surely teach ; us.^vis-.  dom for the ?im2 to comi*-': /Very  few ph.ces in the   world huvj by;.  I ter opportunities to offer .intending- future residents,,or; .'th'o'so: in  terested in industrial; enterprisis  than Viptojia., but-as..to; liowj" far  Men-Palmer  ������������������*���������  On   Wednesday,   the  22nd  of  October, Miss May Palmer, eldest  daughter of Ur, and.Mrs. N. Pal.  m>i\ was united   in   marriage  to  Mr.  David   Aitken.    The cere  niony Was performed by tho Rov.  Thos. Menziee, Sandwick.     The  brido   looked  exceedingly pretty  in a gown  of corn - colored   silk  with   a   bridal     veil    and    orange blossoms   anil carried a bou-  quet'pf-sweet peas and  chrvsan  tkemuius.     Miss   Gelia    Akken  acted as-bridesmaid.and. was  be  comiugly attired; Mr. Lee Palmer  doing the duties of best man,    '  MACFARLAN E bros. j  We invite you to inspect the following :  LIMITED.,,  PHOi\E 88, CUMmRLAND.  1=1.  NEW PASSENGER SCHEDULE. .  " (October   'olh 1913.)  ���������Tiaiu leaves Ctiinbetlaucl.:..;;,- ���������  Tuesday ... .....:,,7 a. ���������,  ''       T2 15 p. ill   8 p,  ill  1.1  The household registry of  votes this yi'ar in" CumU'rland,  is considerably more than last  year, It looks as if there . was  something in'tho-wind. Let 1  bio  ici*  ���������w  Wednesday  Thursday.  ���������Friday ....  Saturday..  .-Sunday....  ���������    a   %   a   *    *  *   *  a   a    ?   ���������   1   ���������  - 5 P* ������>���������  ..7 a. in  -5 p. ���������������  it."] a 111  i.y a. 111  .-.I p. in  ������������������������..  Dr. Kerr, dentist, will bo in  Cumberland-November W, and  following week.   ���������������>-.���������   ������������������-  Vancouver building permits for  Oclob-vr wero less thnu^ 150,000.  The corrcspondiugjnonth of last  year they were 93,597,000.  Miss Maggie McKeuzio arriv.  cd home ou Friday evening last,  Irmn Nanaimo.   ��������� 4>   .ftlieyouugsicri* Imd their uo  sea rubbed in the contents of the  re.septicles that they distribuicd  about the alleys un Friday night,  it would ho about what is coming to tliem, Fun is fuu, but a  trick like this is too dirty to be  J tinny.   4��������� _  Vancouver city will not pantile WHO"!'H of line  nf   ilu   cm'-lov  co?, who have bee;* on duly ���������������������������jjji  tlic-uiiliiin 011 Vancouver .Island  was Hie decision arrived at by  the aJdmncn, One of the .street  cleaners wlio is also a militiaman,  applied for wages fnr the few  dayrt lie had bceujaway on strike  duty, but the application was  tMmrnniomsly r-jc-ct'd., the om-  crusiiH ur opinion being that it  the jr-������venHn..*ii-^iiij;iojv*.| the  inilii-a the govlri.nicnt t-hotihi  pay them.  "Aunty" is down ,to hard  work aud is making things hum.  She just sees herself riding  around'in that automobile or entertaining her 'supposed to-be'  on' one of those fine pianos.  (Jive her a boost and help her io*  win, not only for her own sake,  but for .the honor ol: Cumberland  as well.  These oppmYiuTi^iTire ^'imiJe to  minister to growth". ,andi' 'pi-ogress  will depend very-largely osY.those  we choose to dii'ee.t;tlu'hi.^''-'lf.eiir  our iucoiiiiug/juuihjiJ   bo'the- off-  ^PrJ.MME ���������P-.?!'V\prejn^iM',% .or  ���������iriterestiid'^liques,' orVf iricrcTjiei^*'  son.-il 'uitibitiun, but,, little , good  can oiiaio of it, but if wc risu  rtbuv.;nll that, and with patriotic  intelligence select so Anr as we  know, the vory best'men, and then  give thi'in'oiir intelligent support  imd bympnthy, the ful uro is  bright witli promise.���������-Tlm News,  Victoria.   ',  ' Mr. and .Mrs. Aitken intend  making their- home in Cuinberlaiid.' ' ; The Nkws joins with  tlieir-many frien,Is m wishing  tliem long,life and happiness."  Below is  tlio  list of wedding  presents:���������     - ' .'_  _Mra-nl Mm R Kushford, tray cloths;  Mr and Mrs A William-ioi', tovels;; mIss  Mvrtle MoLolUii.-tow'el-,; MUsEthol Gas  ki'l. Vn;.ooiivi!i-- sugnr spoon; Mrs W Mo-  Letlnu, bi-id 1* veil arid \vrcatb;*Mr and  Mrs N I-nlmer, m^; W. McLellan. jr.,  six par-ior ch tiia; iii s Eil en Scf-riive,  vnso, Mr ami.Mrs A Aitken, onmforter;  Mr aud Mrs 0 Sepruve, ton disb; Mr nnd  Mri J McGill,, Vancouver, talj'o cloth;  Misa CVlia Aitken, elas3 Bet; O. S. Kidsoa,  Courtenay, water sot; Leo Palmer,, forks  and knives'; M;ss Lizzie' McLellan," tabll*  cloth; Mr aud Mrs J Weblier, bedspreai;  Mmi-Dolly.Raiiis-Lv^cufih lou-top j-Mr^-and-  -j ���������_ ���������, ��������� rl      * Him  Mis,' Wm.'.Gsukol.   Yancoiiv'cr,   berry  siioon; Mr, and .Mrs.   It. K. VValkur.boi.-.  bon clis'h aud* coatro   pitco',   Mis3  Etdol  Mul. ell in,' lex- towels; Mr.J.'W'J*ci.hi-.  nickel teapot; Mr. and Mrs.   R.' Blytbn.  kitehta ware: Mr. and Mis. L,   W.Hall  Victoria; silver .upoons-Mni, J.'ll bifr^h,.  .N.'riaimo,- 8oaVi;Atr^BUii-'..'Mr-.  JR. Hoi-il,  .tabid centre; Mr. autV*'Mrs.  J.   McG-'.'ire,  -Vimcouver', tutuliBs'; Mrs. -It. T. .Brown,  mrtuboard fionrf;   Mr,   and   Mh,   J.   T,  .Brosvn, oentrci *..i3ue,   '  MEN'S FOOTWEAR JU8t to-hand our. First Fall Ship.   ���������  ment of Ames Uoldon and   McOready'.SHOES,   in   the  f  newes sj.apes, colore black and., brown, button and   lace.   3  MENS .SUITS���������Theso are hero in the newest shapes and  styles, colors navy, brown,   bronze,������i,lack; purplo etc.-   '"  MILLINKRY-First showing of Ladies'' WinterAJiJli,-,erV  LADIES' .KLANKET COATS newestshades and s������VU-  FOR THE.OIIILDREN-The'famous -Mama.-et" Sweaters,and Sweater Suits,   in shades Navy Cardinal '& wl.ito.  TH E CORN ER STORE  The death occurred at'Nanaiin*-  011. Friday last, of Prank Al.1cl.i11,  a native son, aged 30 years.    "  A miinber   f the'witnesses  ar'.  ���������iiome"on Sunday "from   attomliinr  the Now Westminster Assizes  A grand masquerade bull, under IlioiniBpicus. ot tlio I J, M. W.  <������f A��������� will bo held in the Union  Hull on the evening of, l'Vidayj"  Nov, Mih.    The p,.ij{tf \[^ ;,. j-.,|N  ly up to any fnrmor like occasion.  ���������~i^,  And* Sou th   Unice   Last,  not, least,  but  Dr. J. Knox Wright,! I}, 1).,  of tho lhitifth uud Foieigu Uiblo  Society, occupied tlie pulpits of  lho Methodist and Presbyterian  chinches ui Sunday. Owing lo  ��������� liu lights going out in the  Metlndist church, thnt ���������coiifjR*  gation joined with the I-rushyi-.-  tiuns. The doctor is nn able und  interesting speaker.  ,.������>..  Victoria will have quite n  bunch out for inayoraliy luuiois,  T1' 1 rrt        1 ��������� . 1 ,       ,  ���������t-i ii-iii jia.-> tlie I'inCK to liy  ii ay.iiu, hu de.setvort 10 win; and  might, now thai   '���������Sideroah   tie  Tailor" U out of lho way,'  OiiTliui'Silay evening lhe Colonial Compnny will ho -a __ i]u,  Ui'own Thetitfo witli a splendid'  pn-gi'iiniine,  Oltawn, Oct, 01.��������� It was learn-  ed today tlmt. tlm striking u-.iiiei-.-*  of Naiiaini", \l, 0. nm npjilyin-r  to tlm department of inhur fur  ilio njipojii'inoiit of an iirhil.-iuinii  board u uler tie J.eiuieiix Act.  Il is uudi.Tsilooi] that the /ioveru.  niont will i<-i*iio tlio nec.cHsai'v in'r-  uuVsiou and t-ilc- stepi to r.*(<i t.ln  hoard in working or lor,  dt S. Wat turn, formerly uf V[(!  ti'i'ia u-ur head of the Dominion  Trades nnd Libor Congrct-.-*, wiih  hwulqiiariers hor', U taking up  the uii'ltei* toiiay with linn, Air.  Ci'i'theni, miniKtnr of Inhur, Mr,  Wattt'iM ii: iicliiifr at ihis  ond   l'.M  ���������Mount I-Ioreb L. O. L No.  1676 celebrated Guy Fawkes  Day in the Oddfellows Hall on  Tuesday evening, A goodly  number of Ihe brethren accompanied by their wives and lady  friends graced the occasion, A  good programme oi songs, recitn-  tion.<-y speeches etc. was present-  od. An excellent supper was  also r-erved ftev. IJ. 0. Freeman acted as clnirmau, and iliat  he was the   right   man   in   the  right place goes without saying.   o   Judoe Barker and Q, lf Ilce-  vor Foils, bunisli-T, of Njuaimo,'  were iu town ihis week.  Tho output of co'Jilat the South  Wellington niiiieB of the IVtcific  Coast Coal Mines Ltd.- now nver-  agt-s 2bO'ti.:nstlai|y; atid'it is expected ""tliiit"' within a week - tlie  output will be increusi-d' to I30U  tons daily.  A Presbyterian brother snid to  a Methodist brothei;, "it was the.  Lord who  turned out .the lights  in your church <.,n Sunday uij-li't*.  ���������so-t-liat���������you���������couid"^ttHKl   oiTf-  'CliHTch."    If-this should be true,  tke  Methodists' need   not   fe-..}  sore about it, as they must   expect that'the   Lord   will   show  mercy and bestow favors on . the  Fresbyter.iau.s'6'nce -iu*. .a , whi hi.  The,"chosen people", caimo.: ex.  pect the good t..ingsall the time,"  The British aud  Foreign   Bible Society has upon" its ��������� list   of  Foreign Scriptures 440 versions.  Canada   needs   just  about   one  quarter uf all   thesi*.    The  Gos  pel is preached iu our Dominion  by the living voice in Jess  than  30 languages.    There are   about  four-score    other     nationaliiii-s  mingled in out popula'ion which  must learn the truth and receive  the Gospel Irom the printed page,  Surely-Canuda needs   the   IJiblc  Societv.  -<>-  The soldieus which have been  line  , I'or over ������ two  leir   depart ure 011  T  Rationed  mon  s, lake  Thursday morning.  We havcjm-i. been lold ol n  voiuig lady wlio refused |o wt.j  1 lie man of her choice unless lie  r'turned lo woi-Jb in lhe minen  l'cietI,n.cd.LT& is ,i -,tri|.���������  ^'���������eaker, anl the union .should  ������et after hci*.     '  The '-Twins Christening" will  be pre.'.-entid at lhe Crown Theatre on Thmsikiy evening by the  Colonial Company of twelve peoplo ol" talent.  Joseph Nay lor, president of  llie local union, arrived in (own  on Wednesday evening. Hu  wns given a  Union Hall.  'arty  reception al  ������������������������...  as   if  It looks   as   if   tlio   Yankees  and Mexicans might pull no>es  bcloiv long,  ���������V l/OlUiii/;1, UiiiijUv: is <ii*lv  iluc inehi'.s Ion-.-, |>u: ii eau kill  f> fi:;in .six frc^ hijjh,-^.,., lWc.   ,  The little oue-yeur old daugh-  tor of Mr.- Charjes Evan* died at  the home of its grandpuicnis,  Mr. aud Mrs. I). l\ MaoJJonald  ou Sunday evening. The uio'h-  erof the little one died in giving  birth to jt,  The membeis of the   Conv-cr  v.t'.i' v A.-H'io'-i.uion   wid   hohi   a  f-ocii-1 cveiijugiiu Tue-day,   t|;e  iiiliihsl.    A  !:a.i b"-.'!.-i.**'u-!*d  goo-I   ]'rogi,in:::ii'  I'rank Kari'ington, uf the United  Mine Workers, l/n.loi* the net  i-.u: iiu-ii m,������\, ji' mny hen lit,  clionmi a** their repiweiilativi' 111  international i.llli'er of their iini-<ii,  but it in helievml thut they pn-!'. r  t.n i.niiiiiiatii a citijs-'ii of Ilriri ),  Coluiiiliia to repiVi-ent them,  Mr, Ci'otln'iv is r:;p"c!<d t-i ci',  mi tlii einii!(tvi.ii t/> I'lMi.i-ni'i-  thiiir uieiiiher und tlu. ih-pni-hu ������������������  will llii'ii id'-ifn,*    t'i*.   s'ri-l   :.;' ;  !������������������ ,f.-|"      .'  1       tl...,       1 I  ,,        . *      ���������  .'"',,  -J    111,v..    1.,.;    c .,.1 A,,    . .  mny i,).-���������!��������� no it,in-   in   ������;.|iirn'   ���������  Who will be our next mayor?  CAMPBELLS  tor  Fashionable  Clothing  According to the record   maintained in tho  Department of La  bor there was-continued imp������*i������ve  incut in September.    There was  a still   further decrease   in   the  number of Hii-ji-es   and   lockouts  in existence and a  favorable  record is shown when   a   compiir-  Uou   is   made   with   tlie   .'a:ne  month of hist year.    There wete  altogether ebveu trade, disputes  in existence throughout the conn-  try. as compared   with   cightteu''  Inst mouth aud   twvtity.oni-  du-  ring    September,     1912.    (j, ly  two of   these   occurred   duriu.*;  Wcpfenihcr.    Or thoau ,that wnc  in existence be foi e Hat time the  ivAy one of imp-iriance as ailY'd  iug industrial  couclit'ons to  any  gical. extent was   that   of   coal  miners   on    ^'llU(���������ouvet���������    Island  which remained   nu-'ctiled a! the  mid of the iinniih. rilihougli Mum-,*  wftre not so many   men   out   ul  woik as a result of it  as   befote  Upwards n( 78,000 woiking dw, ���������  wile lost tliii-ugh suikes duiili-.;  Seplcnibcr, ;Vs  compared   wiih :���������.  loi-s o| ion ij*-,*, dining  the  pu:  reeding mouth, -Kx.  .*,J, f '1,1'  Thiii Thro* JJutton, I'.lunt Oormr-  od Siifilc in onu of om new -iind-ilr*-.  Vai. lixli-omo in nny way Imt wi h  ���������mon**-!*. btylo ani!   dhilinctiv.'ju'en to  /ra%l ������>noiin*!i. Mylo am!  dhiliiu  \jiwv:   ���������������������������-    'J  lUvW^'il 0i,���������' l'ty'" ���������'"������"* ���������**',n ft������"'hiv- in nn  'fi-^Ni n'rrr'^*' '���������'���������'���������'"  h *'V V* f'-  V-^-l  I    ftMJW '"*'r"'<  j1  'll,,  t:':Iit-A*f:!^|,t   1 limtc,***.  V\ r-"Vf*o fr* ���������'^t', rtlv/nyH beoi. n fi*.voii*i������.  LA i:i*f'A Via  J ������������������'���������'  i-i J;.  i  V/n fiio nh-iw'n.'*- n in **"���������*��������� r-in���������*-.������������������ nf  il-t'.'.ln^ un.i Ov.*r--*.*(hi-'".* thin tv-  or l> -fo.c.  ,'i^^ *  Ir-V'-i*!!*:,-.  km  J.    m.>  .. ���������l^ .-������  *������*-\-..'^*->V������-������,-  i.&CYfti ' nr l'. "' I  ^Oyu-Lvf])   ��������� 1', I ���������������      ...  r-rn^t -������**N^������ ���������  <>������  ..*-  A  m  A * THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C
By K R; Punshon
W��rd, Lock A Co��� LlmlweJ
,.,   London, Melbourne & Toronto-
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'.:.,;���: So'hai our���'Jid\iser^it;*\\''a''sv'a't?,-Lad>:-
IJsnpposevI* have peon'.-miking' myself
lnisorable over nothing; and now Joan
J is "doingLive. sanieJihing, so you must.
,,'jMold her,J.tcpj.'MYs.* burainl.    1 ���IpcJ.'iuy
��� rings., she sullied after a momentary
J ..paifse,- so *iLeyJ'irti'isi'..'lu'.v.f: got into my
room sbinehow.Jy    J, ������������*'" '*' ������: J 7 J
;���-   Voir lost.���''���'������,'o'iir rings ?,;rop;?at:ed
_,Durand drcnmily, oh, that; is,;too
* I 'will ;;*sk Davie;, if lie wil! 'not.:
them back to ..you.    J': "���*.'.* *;* rh^       '**-'V
���JJ-Moilreiv *���. cried;?* Joan wiifrj a   ^iiiek.
lnovoniGht; .moihor, whal are you*fsay-
.*: JvlrsyDuraiul!  stammered Dora;���oh
*..Ai-rs.,'Dilrandl'v^-J'*^.* A-7 -y:- "'7y- y��J
:. 7 The sick woman J ���"'seemed- hardly. LO
JJieaijiJVeii-JstafUcd,cries.J .She lay hack
Jupoii JJherJiiillowsJ;;tiid J; watched Jfheiri
with ,t.hej-indiffe**ence ofj one knowing*
that i;ot Ior' long wilf earihly concerns
;Jhave anyihihg '"of ^trouble* or distress,
������ for.her: J. 7Y-, J-...JJU7 y.-y: JJ�� Y:'Y; :7
Jj .JYoiiJseeJ said JJoa'iv turning slowly to
J;iDora aiidJmakihjv^aJslpw gesture with
her oiiispread'bands,' you J sec If. was
AA back to herinq,tbef.  ��;;Ah,:l:liien, she
���J-s^id',**itJ*Js''true?.yjJ|-J-JJ::'jj';.j- ������������'������,*'';.'��������. h.
:.ycs,:. yes;"yMrs.;.:'��� Durand 'answeredJ
J faintly,: Ay i<3 Jl:^ie, bu tjlj^hevorj under-,
���dying.;JjJ.j; J. JJ'-Jj;' 7X',hY ���'.':* <v 7* Y;y *
J   Oh,'���liipththv'-cr.j'e'd,; Joan greaiJ/;?trdu-
vbledjch, darling/what arejyflirsaying?
"..'::'Only'Jihe u-uth,Jcliild-'<-heJansjviered^
���rind if-jib were JnotJfpriyouitJ would be-
7u - hSppyJ day?t;dr vme J--J J But.. Mr. Thorold willtake carejof -you���-better���-bet-.
JJierJ^so.*', djkjijve. 'only J,, hindered; you,
:, where lie *wi'ij help, you.j J\Ve should
JKave; left. DavidJlongJ ago,; but L.would
:not:*Junderstand.;: J- -.JJTlia'E j.yv-as J'. Very1
wrongj-!Tof .*.. me,-,bui>.JiidwJjM.r.;JThprold
;;J3viir:.takef;carcJpf you.J* J?*-JJ ��JJj,;, JJ,
'������*; 'vO.h ���: fiushj darling, diushJJ saixl Joan5,,
; Jnui&lrJdislJressed,  you Jniust'J'not  cay
JsiichJthingsJJ  7:':hXy'-7:yyr-yY; -:;.a
;JJ: iWhyJnot.JclMldj'mu
Apr, npwjetj merest ajiittle.ior I Jam'
rh:Thejfcwd girlsJ'creptJawayyJawed arid
.J:'dis'li-essed.'-v'J;J;JJ''��JJ':;j.jJj.y. yMy'ry.-ryr;a
JjJJJjJIsJJshe JrcallyJ j'sdJJ' bad ?'JJ whispered
his face..
1 do not know what to iniike oMiiin
jusr, at. * rescnr, he said; ho I.; in a
strangv wrought-up condition. U he
were a girl 1 should say he-was bordering on hysteria. Ue gives- me the
impression, somehow, that he is in a
mood in which he might ilo dreadful
Hut .loan is so good and dear and
] sweet, cried Dora; what does it mat-
, >.er what her old father is? No one
;, can blame her. Oh, Wilton, bow
jglad 1 am nothing liko ihai can over
j come between you and me.
! Wilton Mayne laughed lenderly and
jherii to kiss her. She asked cuilckly
j "Oh. whai is the mutter * with your
I neck? Is ii bun? Why have you
' bandaged it?
1 have scraiched it somehow, he answered, in shaving, t suppose, but 1
did nol notice it at the time, k was
so -.aliiful thai. I had to lie it- "I*. hut
1 think iho knot, has slipped. Do you
mill (I fastening it for me?
In silence she did as he askod. She
noticed ihal the,wound was hot and
angry, as if* inflamed, but she was
careful not io say another word about,
- l am afraid she is very ill, answered
Joan; ..troubles i.ever come singly, do
they? Dora, 1 want you to promise
ins somethinfe-.
What? asked Dora.    *
Kind out Mr. Thorold, and tell him
never, never to' come hero again. .
Oh, what* nonsense, oxclainved Dora,
how foolish you are, Joan.
She scolded Joan and tried to comfort her, arid then wenl away, promising to return in the flft?rnoon.
Hurrying hack to the Martins' house
for. she had already been longer than
she had anticipated, she found Wilton
Mayne waiting there for her. As
soon as they wero alone she astonished and-, distressed him by bursting In-
io tours, and presently she fold him
as much as she dared of the dreadful
suspicions or more than suspicions
that, Joan entertained of her fathor,
To her great, surprise she found
Wilton much less astonished than she
had expected,
Hoth Thorold and 1 have hnd doubts
of tho man, ho said; but for Mrs. Durand and Miss Durand, we should probably have taken some step.' bcfoie
now to bring hlni to book.
Then what  "oan says is 'true? risked Dora In an awed tone,
'���One cannot  sr.y, he answered, bul,
certainly 1 am nfvald--
nut, Air, Thorold, Dora said; II will
malie no difference--he has luiow*ii nil
iho timo? ,
Wilton Mayno moved his sh.inlders
nnd a certain lUienslnesB -appeared In
Thorold Learns the Truth
Thai Mrs. Durand had been only (oo
correct in lier estimate of the seriousness of her own illness soon became
painfully obvious to every one. The
doctor shook his head gravely and
talked vaguely of a weakened consti-
uition.thal hnd no power of recuperation, and Joan' with a sinking heart
noted her mother's almost hourly increasing feebleness. But ihe dying
woman herself seemed well content,
her one anxiety ihe future of Joan.
Xow on her deathbed she showed, for
almost the firsi time, the care and forethought of a mother in addition to a
mother's love.
1 have done little fov you, Joan, she
said, sighing, but. at any rate there
were always the two of us���now you
will be alone.
Oh, darting, Joan protested, there
will be the two of us for a long time
yet, 1 hope. -
-   But the dying   woman    shook   her
The time has come to mo that,
comes to all, she said. Arid I am -very
glad���there is resi���there���only for
leaving you, Joan, I should he very
-ha ppy=J.oan.-auuiius.t_se.n_d_ Mj*. Thor-
old to me, I must speak to htm.
The doctor had directed,, thai, she
should be kept, as, quiet as possible,
but on this interview with Thorold
she insisted so strongly that Joan
dared not oppose, her. ' But there
was "an interval of a day or two before he canie'again, and even in that
short time.-Mrs. Durand had become
so weak that she was hardly-able to
speak to liim.
Take Joan away, she kept repeating
in hcrhardly audible tones, take .loan
away���strange- things happen here���
take Joan away the very moment 1 am
But, darling. Joan tried to iii'terrio^e,
but her mother checked her with a
quick gesture.  .
��� The moment I am gone, she repeated, it. would not be safe for Joan to
stay here���listen. She drew Joan
down close to her, and after n moment's pause In which she gathered
her strength for the effort ot speaking, she went, on: While I mn allvi,
your father is just n. little afraid of
mc���he does not know how much I
know, besides we are two. But when
I nm gone then yon will be alone and
he will have no fear at all. By a
great effort she put out her weak and
trembling hand, nnd caught hold of the
skirl or Tliorold'ii coat, Swear (o me
now ihat I nm dying, she snid In a
stronger voice, ihat the moment I nm
gone you will kike her nwny from this
I give you iny word���1 swear It,
said Thorold, much moved. Yes, 1
will get a special licence-, if Jonn will
consent, and we will be mnrrled lm-
nii'dlntnly���If you will coiuu'iit, Joan,
Yos, yea, yes, cried Mrs. Durand,
forgetting her weakness In her ex-
sluing upright In bed.
ifii ns soon ns you arc
ou will have it right to
j pledg-cd himself wiih sucli earnestness
and resolution, and though this re-,
(lection troubled him somewhat, he
answered it that new duties and new
j responsibilities had arisen.
hi a quiter mood he breakfasted,
and llien went out to Knighlrider
Street, where he obtained his special,
licence, thoug'i not'without''a -good
deal of dlfllculty and some delay. It
was, In fact, luncheon time before it
was nil settled, and returning to his
rooms, he found there.a letter waiting
him,,nnd reading ii, lie-was plunged
again Into fresh uncertainties of mind
and spirit.
Ills recognition-of    (keen   al   'the
l house in Jermyn Gardens hnd renewed lils doubts of him. 1. seemed
tho man was playing a double game,
anil some vague, uneasiness had made
him write to a friend to ijuiuire if the
house on the downs had really been
as thoroughly destroyed as he supposed it must have been. 11 told, himself Ihis was rather an unnecessary
preoption, since he had himself seen
the lire started and had seen Green
soak the whole room with oil. Mat ho
remembered now how Green had persuaded liim to put him down whilo
siill only a short distance away from
lho house. And now hero was his
friend's reply, in which, to his mingled linger and ..mazenient he read that
ihe house was still in existence with
practically no sign of having been
damaged by fire at all.
That, villain Green has done me
somehow, Thorold mm tcrcd to, himself
and his cheeks paled as he wondered
what then had become of the body of
his hi-other that he had left ihero to
bo consumed by the flames. Yes.
Green has evidently done ir. for somo
purpose of his own. 1 wonder why,
1 wonder how when the whole place
was soaking  in   oil.      Well.   1   shall
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of have   a  word J*wkh   Green,
t''-'Y.YYy:-7'ry YyYJYx
;(To  be*';Corit*ivued) ry��; VJ*J''J
of* Great".Men*;JJ;Jj ;jj
public, dinner,: at which -Jwpmen were
present andjwhere he wasJsurrounded
b>*';"a'*,choru��j',7of aggressive ones J clam:
jprliig:' jfor chis autdgrapli,  that J lie. al-
ioweii Jhimselt J10J be| victimized J with
goodjnatui'euntk finally a fleshy���,-m'at-
ron of maUire -years handed 'himj her
card. JTheJ:Jc6n*poserJ wrote* upon, the
card?the. music;Jandffw-JJxls Jfrbm-Hay-
d'rils. 'Cr.eat io n 'y. 'And Go ft created ��� great!
wlialesJ. ..'J^hi's 7!b'i*pug^'.t?j th'eJ, autbgraph
hiiiillngjJ'toj! an end 'and-Mendelssohn
;.'*'.Tlic: Duke Jot Wellington had -many;
titles that lrejneyer tised,;but;fpr which
qiice'Jhe had'tojpay .dear.:" He tpldja;
ma'ii:',t.6*-,b'rdei* ���J'dlhiier-'.f6i*!..hini;*'at!ja"p!a^.*
ticiilar h0tel aiicl the;man��� did-sbjjmentioning all:the duke's*''titles':'; * Present-'
lyJJthfe JdukeJj camej a!ndjvyaitedj a jlprig*.
asked.-.: JJjWliyJdon't yoit'brihgJtheJdinJ-:
ner?': ;J WeJai-eJjwaiting.J.-.*;repliedj:;:,;the
waiter, to,-..the rest of tlie "party. JThey
liad prepared dinner Jfor JaboutJtwerityJ
people., 'J * J >.;:: 7hj: J '.i77y. 7; -y., yyY>-
���':. jAir American'; gentleman** .went:;:i-;e-
���cently ove^ the field of Waterloo Jwitlr
a!guide,":who: boastea! that he; had j'es-
eorted1Gen'J -Sheridan 'ov'erj the Jscene
Jo't'Napolepn's' defeat;     Whatjdid Gen!
Slieridan J say ? 'asked  the 'American?
Oil, libthihg.: JjHe ���gmustj'* Iiave'y-said
something.: ���! Welk* lie :dnly said:   If
wnsja-���- good 'place for 1 fight. J
Angelina's Lett .
Edwin said Angelin- couldn't write
a letter without .1 postcript, and they
decided, on a wager. Angelina wrote
the letter, and would ha won the
prize, but sho spoilt everything by
j lillng to the finale-of 'Your loving
wife, Angelina,' -these words: P.S.���
Now, who's won iho wnger?
A Happy Isle
Teacher���Willie, can you tell 1110
what 11 trust company is?
WilUe���Yes, dr, it's a hunch,of men
surrounded by other people'. money,
On Arms for Years, Used to Crack,
Burned and Itched Terribly,
Clothes Irritated tho Soros, Completely Cured by Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment,
"Wooilf-lo-'"*' Vovft ficotta.���*��� I  had unit)
Hii'iini 011 my nrms for ypiirn,   -Tin**troublo
lir-fim wllh Hi lIn wiily HpoiH, wlikli Uniit
>-_       iMilondiii* nnd m.v nri��H iisud to
^(Vi^p1!,   uraali nnd liollicr nio awfully.
P        t\  My rlfitlu-n Irritated 1li�� norrit
much mul tlioy burned and
tf, very
�����., j It'-hcd tcrrlWi*. 1 could not
help KCrau.'hlim thcni. t kept
llicui out of wntcr ati much uu
1 could, for 1 lin wnt it mado
Uiem worMi. I uiir-l to rub illf-
fi'i-pni "dml'i nf ointment, nn
them, hut riotliln-* did id 11 any good, until
1 tried CutU'iiru 1 hutment uml Cmivura
f-ortl*. I ptil Om Cmlt'unv Olnlincut on at
i.lidit nnd washed next mornlm; wllh tlio
Cuticura floap. Tlioy noon relieved nm muj
I** two monthi I wan c-Aiiipli'tely eiii-i'd,"
r-ivncft) Mr*. Henry Allen, Nov. !"!��, mil,
J'or pimple*** find blackliiwl*' llm l-illowini'
lu a most effectivo and wnnoinli'iil ireiit-
ir.cnt: Cicntly Hinrnr llm niTt'cii'd pans with
Ciitipurn Ointment, on tlio cud or tlie llnncr,
hut do not rub. Wiihh off (bo Outleura.
Uliitment Jn flvo mlniili'i" with i-'iiileunv
Hinn nnd hot t-iuer nnd rnutliiiio l-uililm*
fw.i* r-mic ilitmite". This trf*iim''iit U lieit,
mi rlnliiK ��nd rctlrlm*. Al otlicr ilim-K umj
Cuilcnrn Hi,ii|) rrcely for the toilet find b.uli,
to a����.lbt In prevrntliiK Inltaminatl'ni, Ini-
tntlon and plo-fBlnnoftltopori'*, tlipcuiiiiiion
rausi* of tltem farlol rruptlon-*. Hold 'cry.
���vliPtf*. Mliernl "".U.infl of cai'h rh.Ab *. Tm',
���ftltll HIM', ���KTn Ilttok. AildneM P<��*t cnnl
n.w.rt 1*Tr,���. a cin.ni. Corp., Dcpt, ��U,
'The czar hns Issued an ukase- creating a ministry of sport. However, ir
Isn'tMlliC'ly to bo as autocratic as tho
U.S. baseball trust.
Thoughtful Farmer Le.-.rn*: About Tea
nncl Coffee
Prisoners Should be.,Examlned by Physicians to Determine-Whether Insane of Criminal
Tlmt crime is a Rood thing because
Ci brings us lo understand'social problems is the stall ling theory recently
advanced by Prof. Benjamin Moore of
University College, Liverpool, at. the
rpcent annual meeting of the British
.Medical Association. A special session was held at which the treatment,
of crime and criminals was discussed.
Perfect laws would show that we
were no longer progressing, said Doctor Moore. Old, crimes are disappearing and new crimes are arising, and I
trus.- new crimes will always rise.
Following Doctor .Moore's address,
Doctor PussmorcJ superintendent of
ihe Croydon hospital for' the insane,
urged that when a man who commits
a crime is'apprehended, someone be
appointed to examin ;' ihe prisoner to
ascertain whether he- is insane or
criminal. After such an examination
Doclor Passmore said, the proper
treatment could be prescribed.
Tbo Rev, C. 13. Simpson, chaplain
inspector of prisons, wlio had been invited to give his conclii**.ion:j as to ihe
proper treatment of crime, defended
the present penal system, especially
emphasizing his belief that imprisonment is an effective deterrent U*>
ciiinc. He maintained that, the attitude of many who are sent to jail is
that of onco bitten, twice shy.
Directly contrary to conventional
ideas of criminology were'ihc theories
of Captain St. John, tho honorary secretary of the Penal Reform League.
Ai". tho harm done to society by all the
burglars and all lhe "thieves is a mere
bagatelle compared with the harm
dono by the law courts of England, he
Everybody knows the law courts
are maldii',* criminals day by day, said
Captain St. John. Wo have to protect ourselves not only from criminals
but also from people who deal with
The experience of a period of imprison men l-fcs-ii-suff ra get! e-wa s-g i-ven-
ir. 'Woman's Social ar.d Political Union.'     Miss Allen said:
I have asked,suffragists in jail what
is the one thing they, most craved
while in prison. Their reply was: Coffee, vinegar or alcohol'. As for myself, during the three wee'i.s I spent in
1-lolloway jail I used io lie awake between 3 and 6 in the morning and say
to myself that if 1 got' out I would
take green chartreuse, although 1 had
never, taken any in my life before. But
wlien I came out 1 refrained from doing so because I was afraid. There
is not enough sunshine and fresh air
in prison, and long sentences undoubtedly cause a weakening of tho will.
Pe.-haps tho most interesting speaker at tho meeting was Prince Pc'tei*
Kropotldn, tho famous Russian scientist and enemy of despotism,., who
since his r-scapo from St, Peter and
St. Paul prison, has spent most of his
timo in Ellwand. The prince Is 71
years old and has recently recovered
from a severe illness, lie was Introduced to his audience as nn old jailbird who had rpont two years In Russian jails find a further pciod in
French prlflont,. The prince asserted
tliat Imprisonment Is not. an effective
force ln iloterrlug crime.
Tweiuy-four hours 1 r. broad and wator and a plank bed might he a deterrent to peoplo accustomed to good
food, he said, hut it ir. no deterrent
to those who sleep under bridges or by
the shores of the Thames. Prisons are
the iinlvti'rBliloH of crime. "** We musJ
do something to chiingo our system
Vast Amount of Suc,^p Is Used
If all the sugar that is eaten iii'the
course of a year were to be equally divided/every person in the world would
have at least tweuly pounds, according to an 'xchange, But besides being used as food, sugar-has many industrial uses. It is the cheapest form
of chemically pure carbohydrate, and
is often used in place of starch, dextrin, or glucose. Su; r is frequently
put in compounds for removing and
preventing boiler scale." lt is used '.11
tho manufacture of shoe blacking, tran-.
sparent soap, copying ink, and ink rollers for printing presses. * Certain explosives contain from six^to^ 40 per
cent, of il. It is employe-0 in dyeing
establishments by tanneries for' filling
leather, and in a large number of other
industries. Sugar has a , hardening
and strengthening action in mortar.
The mortar used to build tlio museum
of natural history in Berlin consisted
of one part, lime, one part sand, and
two parts sugar. Evc.i a very, smail
quantity, however, even as little a.3
one quarter of 0110 per cent, exerts a
verv harmful effect on cement.
Use them outside, in or near
the garbage barrel, as well as
in the house or store. ,
"All Druggists, Grocers and
General Storekeepers sell Wilson's Fly Pads.
Favors Intensive Farmi-.j
lf farmers'were to grow more hay
and feed more cattle, as-well as. go
moro largely, into dairying, it would
not be necessary for us . . import
7,000,000 pounds of butter from New
Zealand, as well as import a large
quantity of beef, veal r.nd mut' .11 from
Australia, New Zealand and tbo Uniicd
States. Canada is sadly in need of
adopting better intensive farming
methods.    *    ,    ,
Deafnesr Cannot'bc Cured
by IockI application***, aa they cannot
reach the dlHcascd portion of tho cur.
There l.j only one' way to euro deafness,
and that Is b. constitutional remedies.
Deafness la caused by tin Inflnmcd condition of the n-uo.ovis lliilnu of tho Euc-
tadlilun Tube.. When this tubo Is In-
'tlamed you have, a rumblinfi- sound or
Imperfect hesiinsr, and when It Is entirely clcsed, Deftness Is tho result, and un-
jlesB tho Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube 'restored ���������to* It's normal, condition, hcaiinp- will be destroyed for cvor;
condition of the  mucous surfaces.
Wo wlll gl-e Ono Hundred Dollars for
any case "of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that-, cannot be curod by Hall's Catanh
Cure.      Send  ior  circulars,  free.
F. . . CHENEY &,CO��� Tolodo, O.
Sold by Drucplsts,  76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. .
Building the Bagdad Railway
Always there is a, different way 01
doing things. A photograph from (he
East illustrated the building bf the
Bagdad Railway shows the laborers
carrying the heavy metal sleepers, not
on iheir shoulders, but on Uu lower
part of their backs, where n wide belt
helps lo,sustain the load. Both arms
are looped over the burden, holding it
securely, and ���" e scIkjv.o st 111s to be
a   ~>oft one.
Literary   Contest In    Which    Prize i3
Cask of Burgundy,
Knights of the kitchen with literary
aspirations are 10 have an opportunity
of indulging, their hobby. The Paris
publication Le Carne'c d'Kplcurc, which
is the ollicial.organ of lho league A
Gourmands,-has organized a literary
competition for its readers.
Candidates are invite to send in
contributions either in prose or verse
on some subject of culinery interest,
which will be judged o'ii their literary
and instructive merits. The prizes
will be appropriate, consisting of cases
of champagne, liquers, ������'*. ines, hams
pates'de foio, gras and other dainties-
The best poet will receive a special
prize of a cask of iin'o old Burgundy,
and-in addition to all these -good
things ihere is ihe increased prestige
in tlieir calling which'success in the
competition will bring, tl.e prize winners.
0       Do'Shark:;'Attack Hui-.1m.!s.?;
��� A subscriber, apropos of the newspaper controversy as lo" whether
sharks ever .'.itaclc human holngs.'lha;
in Sydney, New South Wales, all the
bathing beaches are surrounded by
submerged fences to protect bathers
from thesharks. And, anyway, vh*-,,
are all those' sharp teeth for, i,f.not lo
make an occasional experiment on a'
new kind of fish thai come*,'into his
.Mother-Graves'. Worm Exterminator,
and there is nulling better for driving
worms from the system.    *��� -
Are Packed in Glass "and
Gold Cans. ^ .. ���
Absolutely Sanitary���    ... ������
Many peoplo iwlut in a more or less
liiuy condition and It often 'mhos years
boforo thoy roallzo ihat ten and coll'
till* often tho cause of the cloudiness,
(iltemeni. nnd sitting upright In bed. nud l.htit there Ih u simple way to let
Ail, yes, for then ns soon ns you arc ('l0 nKllt )j,.0���|t ������.
nmrrliul then : ou will have it right to    ,\ worthy faniior hau such nn expor-
protect her. ��� lonoo and tells about It, In 11 letter,
Thor'ikl inrnod in Jonn nnd look her Ho snys:
liiimlH und 1'lKsed them, while her fnco j   Tor about forty years. I liavo had
wns rony nn ihe dawn. Iinllges'tlon   and   Htoiuiich   I rouble  in
WIimi I return, lie suld noflly, II will: vni'toun forum, During tho IiirI 2,r>
bo lo l'lUlU' you mlno, There ill 1111 bo VPm 1 would not moro tlur.i get o\m-
nothing between un, nothing, ho re- n���P .-p.,]- 0f biiioun colic luitil another
pciilrd ftiM-cely; anil ns it were, hn mmld bo upon mo.
bent down wllh IiIh eyes tl:. vlnlim ofj "Tlio best dnctoi:-, 1 could get and
IiIh dead voiing brother, ill.* memory (*|| thr- ni.-*':dtieH I could hu-, only
of their mourning mother Hint rose |,BV0 mo leijiporr.ry relief,
before hlni. No, noihlng idiiill emin* "('hnugo of rllmnro was tried with-
boiwren uh, ho mi Id im'ilii, nnd tlio ��������� roHiiltH. * could not sleep nights,
passion of IiIh lone H1rlll1.1l her *ll){* rheumatism and my heart would
Htrni"igi']>. I-iilpltato nl times; ho thnt, Ir. seemed
lie went nwn.\ Mh-ii, I'M It wns nl- |( ,V0I1](* jmnri mU 0f my body,
ready Into, and ho found h" wiih.not h- cnmo t0 t-,n conclusion thai "thoro
able to iiroi'iiro lho llci-nco 'Imt- day. W|lH nn rfl--P- f0r mo nm- thm j wns
Hut thorn won1 otlii-i' t'.iingH lio could (1|,()U, Wound up, vhen 1 Haw a Pout-
do nnd other propni'a'.lori lie could;,,,,, jivortlnfinont. I luul always
innlie va thai It wnn piiKt iii!dnlBhi;,|()(M1 n poifpo drlnkor, and got an lilrn
boforo nt. 1-iHi ho   wlmm    in   inu   '-'jfcnni 1)10 nd. Mint iii'iyl*;' eofico was
hllilU'll   ii   ii"'-'  ���**'   *'''���   '���������'!>.'-'   "'A-1'"   \.   j||u  v;all���l,  i,*  ���,j   iiollhb.:" 'I't.t  in j,i,-,'
wuh uf his iloiul b ri it hor thnt ho dvonni- ������ ]lftrmful, hooausc It contaiii.s onf*
cd. (olno, tho Hiinio (lriiu found in cuffon,
Why should I dream of lilm now. h- i)(.Bnn to uso I'OHtnm ifdoad of
ho imkrd hlinsoir, whon 1 inn corlnlii w{fC0 nn(* in less thnn throo woolts |
tf,',n u. iTitifioctii I wmild |)lod��oifn|r j||{<. n now innii. Thorl.-'itiiifiiffiin
mv liff-- hIi.' kiiow-j, notlilng of it* Pi*'��'|||ift mo, nnd I liavo novcr jj��d a wil
hiihlv nho was within llfiy iiiIIph of tho|n| hHiotis colic hIiico.
pliu-o thin inoniiiig. Uo thought ofj -.jjy ���pp,>tlto Im good, ni, (llgostloii
her nnd remembered iho ��wv.e\ purity, novor wiih hot (or nnd I fiiu do more
uf hor fwv u1.1l h"r olonr pliliiln**; f��n*l 1 wnrl-r than boforo for -to yoar...
di'i-pi'MH. hiimooni? HIio Ih Inno-l S'amo given br ('.iiiadlai: Postum
I  -nu  mad. ho mid lilniB-J-lf.Jen.. Wlndmir. Onl.    Writ* for copy of
The Buoy Man's Creed.
1 boliovo In tho stuff I ,.m handing
out, In llie firm I am working for, and
In my ability to got rosultH, I boliovo
In working, not wooplng, i boosting,
not knocking, and in the ploimuro of
my job. 1 boliovo a man gets whnt
ho goes nfror, that, ono deed dono today Ih worlli two deoilH tomorrow, and
tlint no man It down and out until ho
luis lOfit fill tl. In himself. I luillcvi*
I., today nnd tho work I am doing, in
tomorrow and tho work I hopo to do,
nnd tho f-iire reward 'tin* future holdHH.
I boliovo In courloH.v, In kludneuH, In
gonoroslty, In good cheer, : . frlondshlp
nud in liouoKt ooiupotltlon, 1 boliovo
I hero Is something doing nomcwlicru
for cverynmn ready to do Ir,
He K icw
Upon 1 ;'������? ocoiihIoh 1.! hl�� fliv.' \Jnlt
10 a jmrlHhlonor n cortnln Doston divine tried hnrd to mnko frlondH wllh his
host'H elght-yonr-old,
How old are you my son? asked tlio
idori'viniin bonluniintly.
ICIglit, wiih tlin laconic rospoiifl-o.
All, l\iWO  A  Utile  fn.lii,  l.n'ii-- JM'IV'.1'-
Izlligly from lho inlnlHtor,     Anil what
aro you going to bo? ho added after 11
slight pnui-o.
1 nm going to bo nine, wild lho child,
u-itii  onnvlrtIon*.
How to Read the Moon
���Few people can tell at a glan'co
whether the moon is waxing or waning. Here is a whimsical rule to re-
lember by.** It is vory simple to those
who know Latin, nnd Is not difficult
for those who do not. The ilrst thi g
is to notice whether tho moon is like
a D or a C���that is whether the full
semicircular curve is on tho right or
the left, If the moon shows a D that
naturally sti.nds for tlecrescif. It
But then comes.in the great principle. The moon is always deceltfi',
and one has to understand the opposite of what lho moon-says, so���that .1
moon which shows a IJ) is a wnxing
moon, while a waning moon is like a
Thoso who hnve no Latin 'will 0
doubt look to see whs'ther lho moon
says it Is decreasing, in which case
they will understand Unit it rs waxing,
while a waning moon will deny lhat It
i- decreasing.
..Demonstration Wanted
"The girl war: willing but the basebr.'i.
player was diffident.    She "lad. lo -resort to- strategy, ,
J inii she   said, . the   >   are   several
points of the game'that I
would explaii..
Where'shall I'begin* he
1 should liUj ;o���er���sho
blushing ��� know    r.-.ore
squeeze play.
wish you
asked de-
about   tlm
rv.inard's Liniment Relieves NeurslgiJ
Mlnprd's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.
Mrs. ���������"so���How oould you Jie so to
Mr. Dauber about that absurd picture
ho haH *U lho exhibition? You told
lilm -his picture was worth the prlco
of admission alone. ���
Kxe���Well, Great Scott! tho framo It
worth moro than fifty cent-, isn't It?
The Mosquito '. ar
Dr. Alvah --. Doty, formerly health
officer of the port of New York, in a
recent Interview declare*; that lho
work of mosqulto-exterininallon has
made good prog-.-cas latc-ly. .On Sin-
fen Island the peats have diminished
80 per cent., and on tho Long Island.
New Jersey. Connecticut an.". Massachusetts coastr, the reduction bus l*eeu
about 40 per cent.
Corns cause . -.tcl* suffer!tig, bul. Uoi-
loway's Com Cure offers 0. speedy,
sure, and satisfactory relief.
In This Rapid Age
'  Mamma's good little   boy   wnnt   a
slice of broad and���
0 moihor, cut out that sort of thing.
I'm nearly four yenr*" old,
Among tho nioiiibeni of a working
gang on 11 cortnln rnllrond wiih nn
Ji'lslmi'in who claimed lo bo very good
nf figures. Tho boss, thinking tluil ho
would get 11 heart of Pal, said: Sny, Put,
how ninny slilrlB can you get out of a
Thnt dipoiulH, niiBwerod Pat, on
whofic yard you got. lino.
Her Objection
Ho spends his money rather froo, *
1 don't hollovii ho'd rock a boat,
ills fnco looks awful Bood to me,
Put ilio Hia..-; lie hands out gets my
Formerly the Alaskan Indians dressed In blankets, and somo tf Uio well-
to-do woro tliOBo of great' beauty, says
the Progressive Tenciier. These gorget uh <*o*'o*'ir.g*i woro mad-' by lhe
L'hllkat .Hue of lndlai.'H, who nro tho
w**:uei'!*i of Alaska. Tlu blnnkcls nro
made from the wool of mountain goats*
which Ih dyeo' In hiiiil. nt colors, nnd
woven Into run;/ ilCBlgn.i. Tho border..
aro rloh .ind heavy, and linlslicd on one
Hide by a .ice; fringe nlnio.it -is wide
ns tho blank-.t itself, 'Ihoy aro -Mil
worn on nil public oe.o.nslona and co.'u-
raand li. price hh mil en at $1C0,
An Import.int Qucbtlon
.\la! Mn! lie nobbed.     Do my
inlong to tny nock or niy fiu'o'.'
Why, .-vim 1 Is tho niallor? wii'i
temporizing reply,
Woll, you 1 old  Mnry to wash  my
fuel1, and kIio'h washing my otira, too!
Old Poiorliy Is rich nml sllngy. In
lho event of bin death his nophow will
Inherit his properly. A frlond of Ih��
family mild to the old gonllcmnn: I
hour your nophow In going to ninrry.
On tliat oecnhloii you ought to do
something 10 mako him happy,
I will paid Potorby; I'll prorond 1 nm
diingoroufdy 111,
%'��trt tfriut .
llontori, 11. H.
Ji-fll!,      .    .
Why, 1 would p.idgi> my Wio niu* wn��
! nut i",i'\\ wllbln fifty milo** of [bo ]A?oq
��� win 11 piinr l-'ntuk wui ijiiul. ll��l' pho*
! ti-iurnj.il?  I'voh,  .V.i>oic cm  Imvo .1
���^"������"niapli.      Nn. if    sh-   had   li'-en
;tlun- ht-iM-lf, 'lin' would bo dlfforout;
1 hut riiiv.ni.* ran linv- 11 pho'.ugr.iph
I    !),- .-i.-.-.n w- \vftv
' ' ''If   fli.'il   nf   hit'-   llf
'' i-l.-oii d 1 hat piiri-ul! nf hi.*, young bro-
ii'lndttln*.' tn lilm*
Inn] mtlri'ly no-
W  N. U. 030
thfi 1 mni-
Ion ii tci    v.htoh    ho    Iind
'uuw'i., "Tin. IU-*,!.,!
:w   U'vu-
must be
lho Huh
pviniulu tf.u n in
Regular Postum-
;nBt.int     Postum     Is
powder.   A      tra-*po^nful
(pili'lily In ft cup
with tho addition
Now look hero, wine! You hnvo
not to cut out this extravagance! I'.mn
now on I nm going to put down ivy
foot on nil uiiiiorossary exponsoH.
Huh! Your loot will more than
/���r nil oxponf-os!
Woll boll-
jiinkfH ft
���There �� ft
(III-: (ihfi
iit hot  wuii'f and
of or* am niuJ mumt
l.i",iui>: in&t.ii'.tty.
reason" f��r,, Postum.
jo 11
Only a Trifle
4l mio that both yo\u busuaud
the man who Hvr-B noxt door to
have falhd In liiiHiiu-RS?
bin Ni-iI'h failure Isn't
"A Perfect Vioman Nobly Planned
To Warn, to Comfort anaCommand"
Nature never Intended woman to bc dcliatle, ailing, or �� sufferer fron.
"nerve*." Women in middle age complain of 'hot flat*hot." Many
women suffer nccdlc&sly -from ijlrlhood to womanhood, and from moth-
fciiMMl U> mblllcllie. wllh h-ctaiAe, or J^ndnrho dl/rlno**. fa nine*** or
bearing-down icn��allon*. For a permanent rcliel /rom llicsc dlstiiAslntJ
lymplom* nothln** It to good as
(  no.'tr.y
no ba��i as'-Mr. Naybor'n. Sio fiillod for
lifty fojiK. on the do'.la-. whll-o my
l-u-i'i it fnU,',] f"r ��",y ,'*1  ct'ms on
I iii* dollur
us a soothing and strunglhenlng ncr-
Ifill-.bltlt*'. nervout Mhauttlon, uml othtr
dlilmilni lymplomt tommonly alltndant
upon fuDctlonal ind ere��nlc dl-rim of ths
fcinlnlne atiitii. lt UiiucH rdrnhtn-t tlwp
4ad iclicvct mtnUl anxiety and tlctpondtncy,
The " Favorite  Prescription"
It known rverywhere ar.d fnr ovtr 4} ytart u
tlie alanilnril remedy (nr (Iir <U��Mirc ��(
v,fimfn. Your d*��ltr In mfdlclriM ullt it In
liquid or tsbltt form; or you can und M one-
ctnl ilamp-i (or a trial box of llr, r*lt*rr��'t
Kavoritr Pff-ftirllcn t-V!-t->,   Ad><rct( Dr.
(ere*, Invallda' llotd, Oiitfilo, N. Y.
Dr. tltrta't PUatant PalUli rctfulaU an.l lnvl��oral�� IMBIA,
,,f     ��� ��
NOTICE is horoby j,'ivoti ibz.t, apj/.i-
cittien'wili be imuld to th-i Supo'rintend-
��ut of Ptoviiicial Pohoe, 'Victoria for a
license* losoU liqnor by* wholesale upon
tha pro-i i-ics situ afc d un .Lot 6, Bli'ek 15,
Cu'nb?:-laiid Townsite, Cumberland, J3.-U
ClALt MUSS.VTTO'.Ap^IioAi.t:
Djtod this Isi iLy'i f October 1913.
JNOi'lCli! is lu*roby givmi that oa the first
day of 3������<> n'ur" next application will bt
made to the SuperutteiuUi-.t of Prov'toial
Police, Vic'oii,i, fer th"-treDowal of the hotel lioci.sotosell liquors by retail iu tno
ho'.cl known as the'L >rtio hbteiVsituired at
Comox, B.C. ; Gkorgk M. IJAm.ow
-. D .t'l-U October I,'l9l3* "���*
NOTICE is hereby given lhat on the
���first day of November 191,3, application
will be, made .to the Superintendent ot
Provincial I'oiice, I'or a renewal' of. llm
wholesale liqu ir licence upon the premises known as Lot 2.*, Subsection !, Nelson District.
Dated October ist, 1913
tnwaazatrtgiiM>**��i-rri��Mi��MiiMi��.����t��|iWWltlTWWT,l,|IW||l| mtt
frNOriOM ia h, roby |'ivi>n iJint'i.n tho
fir.-t (Uy of December iioxuipplk.'itionJwil1
be mado'to the Siipointeiul-jnt of Pro*, iu-
oial L'olico, Viot.'iia, [t.ra imio'-miI of tho
Imtei K-cnsQ to Bull JiqiMM by n tiil in
lho hotel kio-.Mi a-* tho Union lit til situate at U-.im.B 0.   John NY Mcl.v.01*
Da-,d iho Istduy A October, 1913
N-JTtCE is heivby v,'iv ti that- on the
first Jay of J) cjodier noxt, iipphoatou wiil
,bo uiude to dio 8uperiii��mdoal of Provincial
Polico, Victorii, for tbo renewal of tho ho-'
tol lioeu'je to sell liqunri* by rocaih iu lhe
' hotel known as the Kvei-dde hotel, situv.ee
at C-ourtonay, B. C. 0. II. Fi-chner
'P.tedUoUnu-,!, 1913.
NOTICE is tieicby given *lh:it ou tbo
first dny of D. comber next uiipliuali.mv.i.l
bo mndo to the Suycriufcun-lont- uf Pr.'Yiu-
ci;irPi,lico, Vi.-toii-ii, for trie roi'.e.*-i*.lof the
��� hotel license to bi-II lirjuor-* by iot:-.il iu tho
bot-l kui.wi n.i tho \V'h:oii tiuicl, uituated
at Uui<j-i Bay 15.0,
Dated .Oolobot 1, 1913.
NOTICE is hereby given e(nat on the
first day of Docwibor u-xt upplioatiou will
bn mud,* to thcSiiperisilocdent; of Provincial Police, V'c'.oria, for the renewal of lhe
liou-1 heoiiio 'o sail !iq-.io:s byn-.Liiil 1,1'ihe'
ho-el'kuo.vti ar, tho Nol-on hotel, eituUo.i
at Union Bay, 1*.C. _   John,.Frase:i..J
Dafcjd 0.-to!:er Is'.. 1913.'
���*i,r*-r''*,-,T*'ri*'--Jii-fTri--nm-i"irr~-r *r TrrrTi 11 waimamti*-**-***-ff**���" 1^ -���*->--*���-��
Union Steamship Co. of B, G>   /
Leavo \r;incouvoi*| Monday, at H p. in..,
Aui'iv-.* N.'ihai:no, at .U.30ic]viu.  *
Arrive Union'J3ay, Tuesday Oa.m.     ' Loave Tnos 11.
.   ,_ Arrive Coiuq.v, Tuoddny 8 a. m;     Leave Tuesday, 11 a.>.
Leave Nanaimo 0 \i; in. Tuesday.    Arrive ^nncouver.U.SO'p.in.
Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo,     11 "30 p. m
Aim*e Union Bay, 'Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p m.  "
Arrive Comox, Sunday 8a.m. Depart'"4 p.m.
, Subject to change without notice.      ,        ^   '    l     -    e
^������������������������������������y$(i ��������>����������^��5&��m��3fi)d3) ����m��G)������������s��S>l
Every convenier-re for guests.
ThJo Caatial Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the Best of Wines and Liquors
at the Bar.
John Johnston,   Prop
TVwhom it may concern:���
Thi* is lo notify the public
that all freight charges on bonded goods cleat cd at Union Kay
for the Comox Valley must j be
paicV'before goods can be forward
ed. By order
Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]
IIMVl-" *�� .i*--fMi#rvMi
���MlMI annaaa
NOTICE is hereby given lhat
W. C. Woeks and IJ. Dunoll of
Vancouver, l\. 0 , will apply for
a licenso to take and use one cubic-foot of water out of Conger
Creek, which flows in a Northeasterly direction through Lot 48
Newen.'Hle District and empties
into Fanny JJay. Tho water
wlll be divcrtc'd at the Government Road ni.i'l will be used
foi* muniii'uctiuing purposes ou
the land (Icjicribed ns N. LC portion of Lot 48,
This notice wns posted on the
ground on the 25th day of Au#-
list 1913, The application will
bo filed in the oilice of tho Water Recorder tit Nanaimo. Ob-
jeetionu may be   filed   with   the
���   ��� 1   v 1 r ,,   ..     T��.  . ��� . 1. ..  '   , ..    ,,."i1,
.'>���<*.���        if   A. it. I JkvVU.V.V*,        i. lllUl
tlie CompttolJei' uf water iightu',
rarliameut Uuildiugs, Victoria,
li. C.
W. C. Wkkks
N.    BIcLEOD.      PEOPSlEiar,
Englidli i x BUItTON always on tap ' also, the fnmons MILWAUKEE
BERRS���Anhenaer, Bobomian, Scblfe, &u. "OLD GREY HKAKD"
SCOTCH WI1J.SKY.       'Best Winos and Liquors of ��� all kinds
Thn Ucanhrig ami Lodging Dq>;irtsiiei,t, under Uio unmediuto supenuf-.ciideace ���
will I)-.* iuu. d First class in overy ros-jeut..
.,'���   ifi 00 per day upw'
wers9 Dried :tirams"
Better,   Cheaper Than Most '.Dairy Feeds
couver Milling k Gram Company;. Ltd.
Distributors N:\NAIMO;B. C.   ,  ~~
��� ^
\ ��
good return on ycur money as. well as ah enhanced value -from now on.
A Company with   NoPr.).m )tion"Smares..
A Company with      ���:    (v.i   fiscal agency. .-
��� A- ^Company \ that will look"solely to  the we-lliarc
of its .shareholders.    Shares are now'selling at. $j
tfor all    cash,'  or    on   the   easy   instalment   plan.
ail op send foi?' a Ppospectus to-day-
��� VS'
V '
-luasr-rrT-anr-r^w -rK-ranr-��,
*rjijiiJiB.'jr <a*r**ejja***a*'*ju*,t~a*jmrt*-x-,r tr*a&\
The   Mercantile- General   Agency,.. jure
' Selling Agents f or'Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., -Ltd*.
. ���   ���' Head offices :.
tm*uun**mwr.a*'*M**.ttL.vunurAZjms^:Mj:LZ^. ^rv^^3CjLm/^i.si^.wj'ajatatiirudaii,
Little cubes of metal
Little tubes of ink,
Brains and the printing presses
Make the millions think,
There is no better way of making the people think of you than
by placing an Ad in The NEWS.'
"Niiff Said,'1
Any person or porsone, ciutiii^',
rumovinp or twlihur miy lilouhi-,
timber or wood, ol'iuiy cU-Hctijiliodn
)lil()II(rilia tO llm   AVl>llill{i;tO!|   Col-
n'cry ('u'y., or I'i'oiii or ol'f ilm-laml
of tlio Kiiiil Ootiijiimy,  or  finyoiu'
tipiiing rubbish of any dcsi-ription
unywlicro   upon   lire -.'oiupaiij'i-ij
Intl.I will lm f-t'i\..'*<'nffil to llu** full I
oxti'nt of t.u11:'.''*'.
w. l (;oi;msox,
Gi'lii'i-itl j\I;uiiii"oi
C<> Uiery Uo,y.
If iii ing on loooinulivca und rail
way oiu'ij of ihn Union flolliory
Comjuuiy ny nny pprson nr ]>or-
3oiiH---cxc('pl tain oiow���i>; striolly
[)roh'.v*il.-<il. JCmjiIoyr.es rro null-
ire in flisnii'iRiiJ for nllowiii'"  fijim-
li V ordur
W,. Iv.  COULvSON,
General Manafici'.
, ^^rtttrtf^i.
_j$7 -A!i._-pS_-no-Tlninu_Pjanl-i���T3niidiii��'-���rov_uej--^it\v_aiid_Ci.Q.\z:L.,_Slreets._J\'Iic.tdt:in._B..-C-
fi) '' ,     ��� , . .        :��� .
fi) Phone 3243 ��� Geo. Abbott, Managing, Director,
tr---nJnrt*��3-si.-cji?i-**��J,^r tev^a*raisr=aiisita(rratsvirv3^��K3n**rsiFivt��r
j i'jj-mw 'K.n7i.* JC9>�� -rrw-^fc*" mnmu*/
n��itrn>-��^tiRH-H MM*~*rimTac*j*injttXj*rti*MtT*xxiZT��.r-)X.-ri,
We, Build Homes and Make Loans."       |
lfij������������@����������@������������ i��������^. ��^j&s:��������������^�������� ^"������'��������������<������������i������<Y'iS/
im-\ *ttrM*jTVt*r\\w��e.T!uimJ,^��mM'm3*x-.
LIQUOR AOT 1910.    ���
Section 42.
KOTICE I* hoieby-pivi-r. that
on 1 lu- 1st iluy of. December next,
���ipplioation .will be iniidn lo tho
Superintendent, of Provincial j��ol
ico for .a licensu for tlio ealo of
liquor by whulosalu in and upon
Ihojiremiscs sil niled in the town
of Courtenay, B. 0. known and.
duRciibed us Lots SO aud 31,  Pec-
L1 OM (il,
Dmod this J lib dny of Oo nber
John MiM'ocebi, MunoKcr
,TiM*ncy Ilcifur frnm Urown'-j Hnnuli
Minto, ono yuar ni-J, inarki.d dark
li;j',\u, i:a!:;r,i! tnarl: un tip uf
right cir. Informant rewarded,
M**-. 0. Hrr)'.\��, M-tiyp'-rt Avemio,
��� Violin vStrin^K, 'J\ilkiny 111a-
chiiionoedlos iinrl Victor Record,'
for sale at th*! New-' office.
Don't   furj>ct   to   place   your
nextonkr for printing "Mi us.
ffitW OU) NliWSI'APKIl.^ i'Oil
.������ci* liu 11 -l-'.
.NOTICK in ti'iieby given thai,
ou tl.o let day of Doeeinl-.or next,
iilipliiutirtii will bo iiiadi! to the
riupo intOiident of Provincial Pol*
ico inr rcim-.val of lb" hotel lieiuico
In ri'il liquor by rutnil i'n the lin'O'
i��i:(H\ri as tue Mahispioa llotvl.
-���i'. tin to nt bund, in tbo I'rnvincnof
liri'.i.-.h Coin in hi a,
Da tod this  8-h d:iy  of  October,
Ap.plii an:
T.IOI'UI-I ACT. 11110.
Pcotiiin -12.
!, NOTICE is hereby given tlint an
Action hao been rnisecl a**ain.-l lho
Prudential A-piinuice Comjwny
Lin-.-ited, 71 Renfield St.-celi Obis
gow, for payment of ths turn of
,��131, beiiu; tbo proceeds of the
Policy No. -ioTS-lG wiih t-*aid Com
pany on the L-fo of John .fuck, 97
biuij'jbinds Rond, Govan, Glasgow,
andlhiil the ^-lit'iil'-f of tha County
of Lc.niuk, Si'.uibiiid, haa ordered
iidvortisiomont of nolico of ?aid iic-
iion by intorloout.or, as foliows: ���
Oliii.RO'.v, Dib September, 1913.
Holds the fund rorrcully staled in
1 ha Petition, nnd in ie*',',W'.i llie
Pursuers ami i>ominal Rais-eis
hnvo couKi-.riif-d tbo bind ii; th--1
luiudp cf tha Cb-ik of Court lvxon
orn and disi:liiiryns thorn of r.i I
ohitiiK in the action, Apj��oin��.-*
iiniiiifitiou of 1 lio Action to b-
miuia by Adveni eiueut publis-hcd
oiif-oiu a Newfjinp.ir ciroiilniin',, iu
Cuiiibui'laiH!, Vauconv-.T Jsl.ii:'!,
briiibh Cir.iimbi.i.CiMiiuhi, :uid up-
p int? claimant-* In iho fund to
loilyo ��� heir I'liiium with the Clvrk
of Coui*l wiiliiii one month fro.it
the dii*o of Kiuili ailvi'rli'-ori.i'iil, and
eon tin the ci'.-e lo lhe mijusliu ol
nd! of 13ili Novoiiihi.-r 1 ual.
\V. (I Scott Movoimiokk
y\ IU-.UI'. MflMAHVJN,
A hue copy. S.C.D.
Iu li.Tiiii* ll.i'roof notieo in hi'it-by
'i -       '' ���   1    ��
1 UI\CI�� 1)1 i"iilH  ��U*MiMI aim    1-1  i 'iM  in
i ���
'2�� Until Sircr-l, Gl-ifj^nv, Solicit.'
NOTICE ia bo-nby [>i\Tn that at ilio
next moet.n'* of the Boiud i.f Lic'oiso (' r.)
miasiouoiH of lhe City nf Cumbr-i-hiiul, /
i toiul to rii-jily f.-r a runu Mil of tho hotel lii-n-.-o hold b�� mo for the W;-,v .1,*-.
ITo el, situiiLurl on lot 12, blu^'L' II, Ciuuhci*
lend To.viJBite.
"�� .    rKANK JIALIOS-   "
D;.ted tlii.-i20tli cl -y of (Jet. lillH.
��� .r;
��/* i*
N'OTJCK U )mt:hy civon  Hni,|
��� i. tho Int d..y of  IVvmbrr K-M.joif for Reiil llaiior.
pplicali'Ui^ will  he lii-Hi*   io   7,-a ;
SuperinteiKicnt of  Pi-numi'l Pi
iwfori��.i*-.wi.l of tl**.!>**li-Ui<ri.ci*!    No"nt'Ki�� l""--''.v ��.vr Ui.t .it th,
.... . ,..���.,      i        i ' r.fvt lllcaux.")! I' n   UiiM.i <f I.U--HHI*' nili
'.iH-llliqiiMr  by M'tv.l  mil.- i.o i*I ; tlt..KtiiI��� M ._jf t]ii, ,:i|y (if l.111,.ll( rlnljl|( ,.,.
known hh'iI,*-  W'.iow-* iIot.i-1. -Hu-1,.,,.,..,] 1f, ������,;,*>��� f..r*'inK-v/nl ��� f Hi.-li.---
il l.,.-*i:ii'   hi.*.-l  I'J   UH    f-<r >llO  '.'I'Lllulnr
i,   ���  I, ��� *).���.��..'. .i.i J.-if ,ri( 1 I "'.t '.:  <"-inl|.ii.
Ji.iid ';o,vi)a;U'.
;; .<(,;!.I'll DAMON'S:.:
.t-������i:j II JWIIAUO
���Nolicc i*> hereby yiven ih.il' al lhe-
next mectinj,' of the Hoard of LiceiiM,
(Joinniissionci-s I intend io apply for '���
rcnctt'.il of ihe hoi el liccnsf livid by nie
for ilie New England Hotel, siluated nn
block J, lot .3,<Jiim!**?!i.-.'ni Tn.vnsitt.
Drurd Oct, 2f;ili, 191 j.
NOrUJii H hereby j-ii'.n thai .it the
next mmitin^ of !!<���: li-M'ii ci Uceii-ie
Civuuiissioiiiifs of the Ciiy of Ciiiiili-'r-
land, I iniend <a npply fr a rtnc'-al rf
the hold license held by mc* for ilu*.
"Kinjf iieoii;u" ilnti'.l, sitiintt'Cl on Im o
hlnclc  7, CUiitberlntid T'^muuv.
VICTOR  i'r'N('l..
i:.iti*d thi, 21)01 Any of Oct., 1013..
."viriOH   ia   linn by niven tlut nt   '1*
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".'��iiil''w>'.|i'J'l'tior liivi'ii; hi'ld I *   u.'.'.     t
imte.l  nn   lot 11!, Ii'duI*   0,   t unii/crl   <���'.
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pati',i h'KttllhdiN A ()."., Itdli
NO Pi'J; i,< I    lii!.-"!ij'y.ivcii lli.o it Mi'i
tn \-i ti '������-;i: 1 ���_;  if ini-   '-n.i-ii   in   I,!-���.-,[���!',
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lio  wbiihml-' l'��|i" r li'ifi p- In-'.'. ��� v :a*"
An hKi.di lb, Int, ii, Cii,i.tj! r!:,'ji'! Tjvi.s.
CIV I.I Ml:h*AI Ti..
D.it'.d fldi- UOtliihivii'i' I ��� llMU
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hi \"l )(.<,(tj. (,- .>f tho I'.ottA 1 f Mi.'i-iiii.- i'iiih
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oivk us vour ::kmt om
]i'*v.   j.'ijh ii.���:���  v'.:r-:", -::^
���ilo at Ciuuii'. i-'i Uivnr, 111 lb.- Vr<>
-. i.icc 0; lb ;:.i. I. C. li'iii.bi 1,
Pat'ii   ti;)** M*.!i  d.iv of  Oc'obrr
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Si JJ-Qs
On a Payroll
How is our frlond (.Srnfipn's posit inn
on tliat bill.regarded'.* asko- ono uiem-
tier of ,n legislature.
Well, replied *l.c other, iho goner.'
Impression ia thut liis posit Ion Is .1
very lucrative one.
JJ,   Oiiej'iiiglil Ant waYr volilnAionnA i.
.<?*shqw,-,Jwhen.4ho��� sho\ymaii oaliJjd him
andJtold him that a lion liad'just AUift,
andJoffei'ixl hitn $25��tojjtako lis placu,
and Put; being-put of /workj* jump:* *a't
tbo chance.;  -A-,: '': ��� " J''* x yy :.y.'*.,. J; ;
y-XAt .sobii --.s jiejis lirtlfe cJvge"ano'tiiei-
::iloor opens and in ovalkli'-a tiger.. Pat
.IcJJso ..frightened* tiiatJIe baf..li:s to the
"other Side of" tlie".**. cag'ejvtrenibling ail
j-oVcrJ" ��:;;'V    y,y-yXyyy. Y'yX-yy
"y J When lie hail'. giVeiKii-* all hope; a
x voico fr6nv<st'lie ligar cxclautigli  Slop
������'trembling, ���;���fc'll^'���.l;nli-a:l!���������J'^;s.llmaIV;���.my���
J6e!f./';yy:-*jj.7yy 7h7Y 77 y;,^*-." a
:7y.7 :YA? Alpine Tunnels,' ���*../������>/..��� JJ'y J
.   By, th o "for I licp mi ri g ; o p eiil ri'g" Joj j; ra f-
' fi c of the grcatJEb'etschir'erg'..Tun'iiel i n
S-.vit/.eria,\*i'dJ,;:and the'; rull* Jadvaniages
of the SimploiiijTunnnel Jvoute..; with
r/nhicli'H connects, Jwlilbe" available, for.
J the Ilrst'.'t'ii'ii-).;*.greatly improving the
��� railwayJj;, route^'fromJ -England" and
^France:'!toiltaly;', -jJ-THi?. IjoetschbergjiJ-.
''.'���iiinej';J*"a'htl Jone-quaHer'J��milesJ'in lengtj.
J:-T-ayJjge';tunnjl, but oiie.surpassed Ly
1 :the^ St.J, Gothanl.   which; Jjis "about   **,
quartfer of a mile longer and the tsidi-
.ploh. twelve.aiul one-giiartei-Jmiles ,>n
MHlgtll-Jj'';v!;**��.'���*.������'���: '*,���.*���' X: '-7y 7"7y:':'y;
J1'      Mora! Clean-U-j. :     J.'"Jy.J
;,   ..:��� .;,���'���.-   *. ""-'.*:-" �� ���*���'*'"  * *  �����
j J;A;.Surid(r" school/ ���leachei-JJoiv������- Uio
Park Slope, i*i Brooklyn, touhl-crboys
of-tlie city's sth'ingjcl6'aii vip, ancVof.tlio
ailmo'iiltion that even ���fhejc.elhu-sj.aiul
backyard'sshen Id he cleaned.">.'' Thonce
shi dv.ew,a lisssqn ir. nio:-'! cleanliness,:
telling : the "youngsters that ���while.Ji 3-
g-ard for biitivard appearaheewas'com.
ineiulable'liiward ;,i)iirlty J wasjJJmuc-h
more' mei-itbribiisJv J To make them further1 interested she offered'a "prize to
Ihe-bo*,- who should bring* I he written
or ���rprinted motto that best '-sxpress.-d.
li 7^y. : J; ;r,h y^-AyX^ 7:yyy.yy: ;;
J Rer.em.ber she -said, that Jthe hidtto
niust bear especially on: the necessity
for inward ..���'cleanliness-^-the purity * f.
a heart, aJs purejand polished ^Jjspct-
les's; gold
Last 'SundayJ'.orie'Jbf" tliejsiriiillestjot j
the-1:oys* handed'���: in; aJ placard^ prin ted
inj bigjblackJleltors:,- hyYY *'" ': J
���' Jjvhei-e didJyoii get"ihis?j(he;teaQher
'afcked,J\ s ���; ."������' ;*.., yrr y J. -.���;���'" -7hy, �����������
J/Swip&d it this JinbrntrigJ,,off"To'*y a
bbjqtb.lackrstaud outside thejedrner j*ia'i:
rOOlil.   J  '���. ..J,'���.. \-*JjJ:Jj'' '7;'. ,;.y- ��� Y$y;7
.JjXhc JmoJJo read::���Shitie? inside; 77.7
The Dogs of Labrador
In Dr. Grenfell's latest book he tells
some interest.ng things'concerning the
Labrador dogs. The creaturesfare fed
once a day and are always hungry,,ami
>*--*. a team will go for iwdor three
days -without food. Dr. Greufell nays
that he has travelled se\enty miles a
day with a half-'rreed team o' seven
dogs and !i50 pounds of baggage: The
be.uity of a dog toam Is that it.seems
to banish all couvcntlonalties."' You
can j.',o anywhere and everywhere with
no roads, no hedges, no -walls, no restriction but your own wlll; and that
will, without rein or brid".';>, j*g make
your dog'** -will. .Dogs can carry yon
up almost, the stoupost snow slope and
down again in safety. They do not
slip or sink in, and i" ihey fal' over
even a high cliff In lhe: winter they are
very rarely hurt. They se,.n: to understand what .vou say, and sc form
a'bettor companion than a horse.
They arc iiutcinobiles which .'cod no
handling of .holi* machinery. Thoy en-
jo,\ Iravelllng altnosl. '.uoi'' llian. their
masters enjoy It. The,, lciv,. lo love
you rs only a dog will, and if It \vc:*o
not for their occasiona" outbreaks of
wlckednest. they would mako the best
of compani s. As it. Is, ' know of
no groaler plensuro posr.ible thnn a
li.rgo strong,'cam, a good leader, a
brisk, bright spring day and a really
long journey to go.
Ou*.1 dogs know little- or r.o fear, and
unlike the wolves, will unhesitatingly
atLack eve/i the largest polar. bear.
Dr. Greufell'saya again. * Gn one occasion a man's fogs, travelling along
��moo'th ice, Bccn'crt a white bear and
siarJod off like the wind.' They suddenly turned r. point and ran right into
him, so that, the traces tangled around
the bear before the astonished driver
had lime to unlasli his gun. - As soon
as he could ho cut loose the traces, but
even Jn harness the dogs Ice: '��� bruin1
:' bay.-  Though the 1 ear stood up to
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere
.J;J'J.J.;JjjJ:.iJ;:"\j'C'j.Crisis;';Past*:'j:;v \Yy,:-y:ty
; nervous atjaUf during j niyjjinari'iage
;;cerenio.u:-J,Glara?;*r.-::;.j,,-J;*;,.:;J:..J::y* .���.-f^.J'jjy
Jlnitjnof'after George liad'saidjl"will:*':
Thoiiftlii you were going away today.
Goukln't buy a ticket^ Nonsc-v. :>.
The ticket oiTicc is never closed. No;
lm I tlierj wafia girl at the window
*.! .-ad of nie. , ' ,
A witness in a particular case, had
heen exiiniiiv.d by the lawyor for the
plaintiff and win turned o\er io the
lawyer for cross-exaniinatio.*.
Now,  then,   .Mr.   Smith,   began   llie
legal one, what did I iinderslanr you
!j say that, your occupation is'.'
-,   I am a piano finisher, answered the
Yes, i set-, persisted the lav/ypi*. but
you must he more definite Do you
polish Ihem or do yon move ihem?
Mrs. 1'iiiSRii.s-���Do you    darn    your
husband's socle:
,   Mr , Dashaway���No, I -.peak of thom
n llrllo nio-o profanely tlia ri thnt.
yy ;������-. '_.... :yyy. micrbbes yyX '��� ��� 7:7'- y
;7A Jnilcrobei- an imagihary ...*being Iii"
ven tod: byj dbefoi's to sea re people j ou t
of, dying a; natural Jde'atliJ ,; Microbes'
haye taken 'the placejof thcjeyil spir-,
its Jin cyogue before iiie peviod ''wlien,
people" grew, so> intelligent"j:'that" they
jvolildn't believe Jaiiything thoy'dicln'v
iieaiv;ljy, -''.-YAYi-A-:-'Y*y 7yh7}"y7Yy
jrJMic'rpbes come in-assorted packages'
biid'spend .Jtheii',entire, tine, in multi;
thejfearsj siibtractjyoii'fromypur. lnon-
ey.andjdiyide rfiljche profit.iJamocgJ the:
:ftoctoi9.yi:yy'--Y::Yy':YlrY'-hY; --.Yy
J': Just asjevei'ything was; once Jrapre-
Jsentedjbya dekyj so every tJ.nVg,is now
represente-], bya .inicrobej" Some., men
are bqrii with'microbes; some achieve:
microbes. butJJaUJat someJJtime ;ha.ve
Jf-iVi*- bos thruttiiipon them.^;���' --���
fighr oii j his. hind J legs), tlie J logs 'man-:
f.jed to get in ..some';good "jites .with-
out:l*eing;'iut:Yh7h:- ���������::���i* ':X:7���������"'���J:j'i'"*:-
Ojfanother occasibn, adds ihe doctor
a man. broughtjmeja J.peciallyJyalne J.
dog. tliat "a ."bear'-- had J'&queezed: '���'J*J:The'
bear;had-,;been. sighted some distance
off ou ilie ice, floe,:and the dogs were
slipped to,,aolJiJhim tip ior'jthejhunteiv
By tlie J Mme'.^he.'J ttrriyed^ on tha J spo.J
they/had 'the bearj practically .killed.
But ���t\v(j'.';;'lia''I*'been: da. laged by liim;
one clawed cand one t^ueez'ed"Jrry::y::r
Present Day Footgear Owes its Shape
to trie Romans
��� The early shoe seeni3 to have been
a sandal.     In tl.e Roman, Egyptian,
and Greek days men wore saiidals 61
hide or leather or wood.
Y.'lien we read of shoos in t'.e Bibla
wo know, that sandals were meant, la
Egypt they made sandals woven from
palm leaves and papyrus. It wbo
the fashion for a. conquering-Egyptian
to have painted oi*t the soles of hia
shoes the, figure* and faces .of his conquered enemies,
In early times the sandr.l took ot
many forms. In Greece the sock -waa
used for comedy and'tlu buskin to*
tragedy. The Luskin rearched to .tbo
knee, sonietlilus like a Wellington
boot. The sock reached only to tha
ankle and ,va* worn whenever e; i!cv5
movement was desired. ��
It was in Rome llrsl thai th? sandal
began to take shape like our modern
shoe. There are in East' n Europe
many people whose civilization is So-
rived from Rom.-, w/io still cling to
the mi-reformed sandal.. But In the
days when Rome was in hor glory
shoes were far' from a simple affair.
For instance the shoe gear of the
patricians was decorated with golden
clasps and elaborately embroidered.
The sandals of Egyptians had wooden sole" And the Fronch peasant cv*!
the present generatioi derives his
sabots from that source. Emperors
wore purple buskins, and , red was
oven permitted tiie nobility, but- tha
common people were forced to content
,'thems:lves with the plain sober colors.
In,the early years in'England extraordinary development., took place in
tin shoe line. .The.Plaiitagents-had
the toes of their shoes turned v.p like
horns t ��� drawn out to a long length
and pulled up to the knee. Theso
were brilliantly bedecked with jewels
and precious stones, Rosettes and
ribbons were also attached.    *       *   -
All nations recognize thr; footgear
is the most important part of an
army's equipmen'.. It has been claimed that the sturdy sandals of the Teutonic tribes enabled them to * cross
Europe to tlu walls of Rome, and
ihat if it had not been for the stability of their, shoe apparel they would
never have been successful in conquering the Romans.
RIFLE      Action
Solid Breech Hammerless-Safe
If a
all over Cannd - , ���(
been quick lo rccogni/e lhe ' K''H
thoroughbred in the new Rem- '* J
ington-UMC high-power slide nction
repeating rifle. ���   '-*V
Just the right weight and balance for the      >i
woods,   The action i.i completely prolcctcd       *^.
by the Reminijton-UMC solid breech construction
���the protruding brimmer cliniintUed.
We will be slad ti> -end yon n booldr' explninlnz
Dimply why tlie-o fealurrj ��io of vital importnnca
to you in your clinics ol nnnrm.
Remington Arms-Union Mctulliu Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario
Services (rom Montroal, Doston, New Yor!< - . < ���
The Cunard Lino hns long been famous fot* the comfort r.nd luxury of its
passenger accommodation, und In this, us in other respects, tho steamers
of the Canadian Service which cany one class cabin (ll) and third class
only and sail for.London, callini- at I'lymouth, maintain tho I1I5I1 reputation
of the Compnny., , *   ��
For particulars and reservations on tbo Company's various services (Mon-
ntreal, N.Y., Boston), IncludliiK the "World's fastest steamships, Mauretanla-
Lustlnnla, apply to local agents everywhere, or "
Hi (WH STFAMSHIP C0.rLTD., -X"n streetl
Conquers Asthma. To*he relieved
from (he terrible suffjcatlng due to
asthma is a great, thins, but to be safe
guarded for the future is eireu greater, Not (.niy 'does Dr. ,1. I).' Kellogg's Asthma Remedy bring prompt
relief but it introduces a now era oJ
of lifo for the afflicted, Systematic
inhaling of smolte or fumes from the
remedy prevent, rc-aflacks and often
effects a ponr.anoiit cure.
Teacher (in grammar class/
Is a singular .u-onoun, ,'ohtiny'.'
.fohiii*v--On.- that. "Isn't mar'led yot.
Mr��. Beck's Fondest Hopes
Realized���Health, Hap*
piness and Baby.
H-slplng a Brother
Suddenly  the   man   with   the. chin
beard  who  was  eating his luncheon
In a restauranl, reached across the
(able, touched the button l.i the lapel
of the coal worn by tho man dlrectiy
I opposite hlni iiiid gave him lho grip of
the  secret  order  to  which  both  l.e*
long <ft.
Brother,  he  st.lc'.,   I   soi  you'ro  In
need, and 10 live up.lo my own sworn
duty 1 am-compelled loin  need!  interrupted  the other, In
wide .veil   asu-.il-ihmenl,   in   need   A
OT Honiob niy lo lell you that 11 knlfo
is nol the .-jropor implement,   lo   use
when vou    uro   eating corned    beef
11 ah.
Hy prompt f.cllon half    dozen wall-
Irritable,    Hysterical,   Sleepless,    Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food Restores Health.
*'  There is a message in this letter fr :
from broken-down- nervous -systems.
Sleepless ���-Jg'h'ts, much irritability over
little things, spells of dizziness and
nervous sick'headaches are among the
symptoms. ,    '.-
You may nol realize the nature >f
your ailment until nervo*.* i prostration
comes upon you. But, in whatever
stage you find yourself, Dr. Chase's
Xei'-ve Food Is ready lo help you.
Mrs. \V. J. May. 8S Annette street.
Toronto, wrlL.: "Some years ago I
suffered from nervous trouble and
took Dr. Chase's Nerve rood, which
completely cured me, About six
months ago I received a shock which
again shattered my nervous system
to such an extent that I was Irritable
and hysterical, and could *.iot sleep
nights. I be.an to use the Nerve
Food again and was not disappointed.
Improvement, was; apparent from tlia
first box, and now 1 am ontl -ly well,"
Dr, Chase's Nei-* I-ood, EO cents a
box, G for $2.50, all dealers.
Grain Commission' Merchants '
Make Bills Lading read: Port Arthur or Fort William.
Co. /Winnipeg.
Liberal Advances. Prompt Returns
Winnipeg, Manltob**
Nottiy i'oler, Jnnscu
Best Grades,
Looking for Pointer
'Husband (..I police station)��� They
say you have caught tho fellow who
robbed our house nlglu before; last,
Sorgeaiu���Ves; do yen v.-ant to soo
Husband���Sure. I'd I'ko Io talk to
lil 111. I want to know how he got lu
wltlioul  waklt.g the \ylfo.     I've beta
tr/iitg to
tli.it for ihe last twenty
ers i-neilcd tbo dlstnrbii'u    that be-
������-���mi  'mmo'.lI-.tPly, but  they  wero Ion
I in to lo prevent    ilio   dostriictloii of
Inhinii SIO worth of tallewnre,
Upper Lnlinvc, N. S,, Can., - "I wish
to tiu-iil; you for tlm benefit I received
by tnkiiiR' l.ydia l<).
I'inklium'ti Vi'i'i'tii-
hie Compound for
female Lr mi bleu
from whluli I was n
(jreaL sullVrcr, su
thai. I wits I'fun-
1 pletidy run down in
lleiillh. Other meii-
k'iiu! did not lu'lp
me,  but Lydia IJ,
..VAVHI bio Con-ipnund made
no well ntid (ilroiift;, I n<*w hnvn .1 hip,
K-iirly hiihy hoy, and praise your modi ���
���im.' for tho wonderful lot of pood it hat
bum nn'." - Mi'i-i.  Isn.\r;i. HlXK, .lit,,
1 T 1 f.,i.
[>\"'l     J.iWi.l,*-,   l.Uli.ii.J...,,     t.,J,,   ,1.   ..),,
'I lie din I'i'.st days nf liu.-iband and wIlY-
v'o whon Ihey cnnif- to look forward to
* clu'ldlesH nnd lonely old bri'.
Mnny n wife bat found ln-r-mlf incii-
< *    i     1      ���.*,.,,,    1
,1,11111- Hi    lll'Jltl*.'!*..J--J-A "������ ."h   ��'J   .,'J...
raiiKi'iiicnt of   the   feminine  system,
afii'ii curable hy the proper l'l'iin'diea.
In many honms oncn clilldlfin limn*
nre now cliildren hecnusi' of the fuel
that J.ydiii K. Tinkhain'ri Vi-Kuluhle
i"niii|ioiiiid innki'H women noiiiuil.
If yitu 11 live (ln> sli*;likv-l ilniibl
Hint t,};lbt lb t'htUliino'i \'t",)o'w
lili.-(.'o<ii|i(-iiriil n ill !n'l|>,\011,u rite
(ol.ydln IJ.riiiUliiiin AIciIIiIiii'Ch,
ffiinlliU'iif inl�� l,.vnii,Mn-is.,uirni!-
tbi-. Vour IclliM-will li(rii|ii'iM'<|,
"��*a<l (iiul nnswri**'*! I��\ a u0111:111.
,wmI hoitl hi slidcl I'oiiliili'iiri'.
W  N   U. 05f
A Ni'w Fnghiiul motlior Iind como
upon lior elghi-yt'.'u'-old sou ��� ijoylug a
I'i'iiHi wlmifiof the componenln were
Jam, butter and hivud.
Sim, Hitiil lho mother, dmi'l you
think It a hit e\trnvnt; tu : cut but*
lr   wllh Uuu tlm.' Jnni'.'
So, ma'iiui, wu;, the I'l'sponse, It's
ri'onoinlcul; 'he pled* nf bread dudi
lor hoiH.
Quit Struggling
I.ady���No, maiiiiny, 1  havo
I ftuonu I'm 10 -bo an old
ro benu
Old Mammy���Well, honey, dey sny
dom 1-- happli'st of all���once d y null,
III x���I rond some whore lhat baseball wns Invented by Ihe liull.i.-s,
1)1:,���fiiiPHH ilit-.t's right; nud wo'vi
goi n lot ol' woudtM ones playing It,
A Synonym
A grunt many poo;ile r.p.r
Right Friendship
We cannot have too many friends;
the virtue which we appreciate we to
some extent appropriate, so that thus
we are made at last more flt for every
relation, of life. A base friendship
is or' a narrowing and exclusive tendency but a noble one is not exclusive; its very superfluity and dispersed
-10 v e-i s-t h e-h u iiimi i ty���w-h i oh- s wee't e n s
society ancl sympathizes with foreign
nations; for though its foundations are
private it is in effect a public affair
and a public advantage, and the friend
more than the father of a,family deserves well of the state.
1 ��� 11 ��
The Kite in War
Kites are to form part of the regular
equipment of French warships hereafter, being classed as aeronautic apparatus with aeroplanes and dirigibles.
They will bo jowerful enough to tako
up an observer am" will be used for
purposes of military observation, for
which we are told they are vastly superior to balloons. The greater tho
wind the more easily they are handled,*
say a write,- in L'lllustration.
The mou.-.led kites of Captain Sac-
onnoy luv e beon used by tho French
army for some months. After a long
scries of experiments, they r.ro also
to bo used by the r.nvy, which has laid
out nn aeronautic progrnmmo, as follows: The uso of aeroplanes Is to be
limited to coast defense. ��� Dirigibles
of grent radius of notion will be utilized for naval scouting. Recourse
will be had to tho kite : ,r '.'ghterliif*;
thn squadron as a whole a. d for Hiir-
voyir.g a foiviftn blockaded coast.
The kite has tho advantage that tho
wind, tho groat enemy of other aerial
devices, facilitates Its evolutions. Tf
the weather Is calm, the ship makes
ic�� own wind by iti; motion. A speed
of J18 knots Is'ntiiossary to elevate tho
observer. Tlies*. kites, dismounted
and slowed away In somo corner, can
bo mounted flvo mlnutos nftcr boing
brought to '1 lio bridge of tho ship;
while this Is being done nnotho.* parly
makes ready lho apparatus, for sending
up. Thoro nro required fifteen mlnutos for sending, Rolliiigroady the basket, nnd IiiHialllii)- tho observer, who
remains connected with f e ship by
(olopiiono. , Flvo minutes Ih necessary
for nn iiaoriiHltm of J.OOC foot. Ten
nuflU'O for hauling In lho rig nnd slowing It nwa;*.
Ontario Veterinary College
Temperance*'Street, Toronto
Affiliated with the University of Toronto and under the control
' of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.
���^ N. B.���Calendar on application
,      . E. A,  A, GRANGE,  V, S���
Grain Commission   Merchants,  Grain   Exchange,  Winnipeg,  Man.
vour consignments to us wlll  rec.ilve  Immediate,    efficient,    ancl    honest*
.���   attention
n.cf-  Grades.    'Best"PrTce"s*,      Quick-3ett!erMent^GuaranteeciT~���"Knovv~your���B~r
, uest "lfl Market.''   Keep'Posted 0j.
Write for our Market Letter and,Shipping, .nstructlons
Save His ''ride
And wlien they call up from the
oflice, ileur, and ask what's the matter
with vou, shall I say i-'..igcation?
Indigestion! Nobody has indigestion vow. ��� Do you want to disgrace
me? Tell 'em it's comp,l."*.iited ptomaine.
Golfer���I am sorry to trouble you
madam, but you are directly- on the
line of our drive. Will you kindly
move ono way or the other?
Woman (comfortabley seated on tho
ground)���Certainly not. I heard'you
shout vew rudely, but I liavo no intention of., moving. 1 slumlrt liavo
thought that a gentleman, when he
saw mo here, would play tho other
No Trouble'nt All
���I'd llko to see the woman who could
mi.ke a fool ol me.
Very well.     Just glance nt tho nc::L
good-looking < ne you - bei
Where the Expense Came
Will Mott-~(t nnisc cost a lot to lmv<
your wife si~ond  the su nmcr at the
.   Jack Folt���I should   lay   il,   doc.
Since she's beon away I've lost about ���
$25 a night* nt tlio club. ,
Kitty���Your fiance tried lo kiss me
i:i tho moonlight last night. Ilo
thought It was you. .  .
Ethel���Oh, the wretch! And did
he succeed?
Kitty���Ko; n't least not till aft*-*: lie
found out that it. wasn't.   ���
The Me.ineat Man
Why d'lii'i y��u buy ������ntin-llilii'i al my!
iiilili>'.''il"miui(is'il iho Ail :il the churliy '
I'l'i'inin'- i L'lily buy frci.. 'In* home-
j ly Hli'ln, miiIiI Hie mnn. They hnvo
j a harder liitw* iiinl'lng miln,.
' Thi' Kill wan not .iIYoihIpiI, and
j * D.-keil -liii rlBlit down tho lin ���
In prac-
lco wlili Hn- ���'���chool-boy, who when
asked to il;*lliii> a synonym", said: A
synonym Is a word you use when yon
������an'*   k|. 11   the  one  , (.11  thought  of!
1 cun lell ynu, tm'.il lie, bow much
wator niiiH over lhe Nlngaii Fallo lo
a inuii't.
How  much.   iiH.Ki d  kIi
Two idnih,
An Anoel
.*)   ,4   >J,W Ul '
Cw.-j;. n: lll>
Thai i<-H"*\ I* bliicrly lini-'i'i l>> Uio
What br-i lie iliine'.'
Hi> Invt-u'i'i*  Hie   nclil-p.'oof
i'ii, i.iiii.t   ->��� iii
' p ���, iai  jiii i'   r.i'in
Trnnip- -\ tihllllu'? I.nr' bh>n yrr
I.ydy, If Ihero ever wiih a fallen nil
gel, yoiiri.' ii!
A Cow
l-'aniii-r -only H'a) tti.ii-Urt for lifi-V
Why, slu-'n a beaiilii'iil beast. An nrl*
isr palmeil 1i*m* iml long since.
I'odfilble CiiiioiiK-i*���H'tn, yes, cnilcl
'.;    '!'!,. iir.ni !..*.ui Ynar"   I -,tin(io'-e
niv.w'U '
1.1    li
A negro died   witlunl    iiiedlc:.!   nl-
iciinaiii i", .ual lue inuini'.   ..nil  \o iir
vostlgiiH', i^lil .Samuel W'lllaniH llv ���
l-.eri'? lie asked th w.-eping wuimin
who niiriwriTd the door. VmhhiiIi, ��1io
renlii'd hi'iwceii s ibu. Alay I m e tho
ii'inaltiH? a*\wA the coroner. 1 In ���
i-eiiinlm-i. slK' answereil punnlly.
Moro llltlo ones die duvliiK liot
weather than nt nny other time of
ilie yenr. Dlnri-Jiocn, d.v<*(*-.*.ry, chol-
eiii Infantum and tlonmcli dlBordors
conip without warning, ami whon a
modlclno Is not at ham', to glvo promptly lho short df.'liiy loo frequently
menus ihat the child has passed bo-
yond aid, Haliy's Own TuliKits should
always bo kept In Ihe homo whoro
there nm joiiug cumiu-n, Au on..-��-
biiud .bi.U' ot !!.(��� Tablet;. -AV, i^even'T
Kloniiieh ir.nl bowel troubles, nr If the
trouble comc.-i suddenly tho -.ronipt uso
of tlu Tnbletri will euro (ho iiiihy. Tiie
Tnblois are sold by medicine, dealors
or by mall at 25 cen'.t a box: from
'The Jir. \\ iiiiunin Imuuiin- 1..0,,
HrocUvlll., Out.
Evidence of Expert.ies-
Hoes .lint young   111:111   uiideratmiil
r '.lilnV lie nni*-'. repllM*  llie mnn
who alwnyrt nlv.-i*. ilu> In ueilt.    Win 11
I:-* ;>?.-iy.-4 he Rni.111!; i-.-.'iu-.ly like n plnno
1 inner.
Try Muiinc  Eye Remedy
rm'1 V/',1,,,,%mH-iK,,H,uTVX'JlSK"S!ilf J'0" ]iwa K*d,\\'eiik,VAU-rvV.yeA
VOtll'li.'lf    lU      UUU.      UIUI J,       I'.ll.      "Ull ' -J-- 1.,, 1  J-  ,'ij,,        ,, ,-i; .������.,.,
|or*   ?,       i-      *.. ���       .V    "���   ' ".'   .; The Utws   Climaw
,, ,   . ���Six-Dies   I-.ye  i'nnj.    Dnifi'i..!-*   bolV       . ,, , , ., ,
Ml*. S-.y-Uy- \\ha> if li .a: | M���riM Bvtt RcnicaV| u,]u\A, js,., ski. \    l\'\h\r"'\ fh,,,,i' '*;   A,,:'
Mr   SiiiiimiTinnii��� lli< n   Id like l��! ji(ur(n4  Kve Salve'iti A��"*\'>" Tulv:* ' ��"��i'-'1 >* ���"'"' "���'��t'('1-
Mm a ii >oii Ini" any objn-lon hi all | 25c,  50c. ' Kve  Hool*;  l-n-c bv  Mail.!
if 11*
inin'i'i-'   ill  Iiv 1) ij    ll.**  t*����,*,.ti;-.
Ill -ll     lm
An ly* Tanle 0*��4 Ur All fcy*> \h.l Un,a t *r��
Ue la i-iayiir <- uu> .-,'i'.p
f 1; I   "A "'.'ii'
Hurin* Kr* R��m��d�� Cn��� Chlcaia 1 liim o* '-t*-* l't***,i ui,*�� "'* *'���
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Do not allow worms lo sap tho vitality of your children. If not attended (0, worms may work irreparable harm 'to tho constitution of tho
Infant, The littlo auffererB cannot
volco (hnlr nllniont, but lin"- aro mnny
signs by which mothers aro mad'.1
awaro that a doso of Miller's Worm
Powder Is necessary. These now-
dors net, qulekjy and will oxpel worms
from V.c system wlthou'. any iticon-
vonle.      to tho child;
Thero Is a th-lldons flavor about this
slory of a Virginia lndy married to a
man who, though uniformly iincuocess.
ful in hln lui-UlnR tvlps, lionstlngly
spoko ot bis   illlngs.
Ono day, returning from a 'trip wllh
tho usual aeeonipniilim-nt cl an empty
hag, It occurred to hlni thri his wlfo
would make fun of lilm if ho returned
���without even one proof of hi; oft-boast-
rd skill. So ho purchased brace if
partridges to deceive his trusting
spouse. As he threw Jliem on tho
(ablo lit front of her he observed:
Well, my dear, you see l um not so
awkward with the gnu fiftor n I,
Dick, ropliod the wife, turning from
the bird", with a grlmnce. after a brief
oxtimlnntloti, you were quite right in
shooting theso birds today; lomorow
lt would h vi been loo iite,
l had a dream lhe othor r.lght, said
iho Joker at a luncheon table recently. I dreamed I waa in business \ylth
a rich mini, selling potted (lowers. Hut
business waa hud ami wo decided to
dlHronllnno Mm! eta, I wanted the
pots and flowers and it *k them,
Wb,A A]A ib: r\"h fi*""* '"nnt" -ml--.-"
ow nf the ���'.nests, innoeoiitl.'.
Ilo wanted tho earth, replied tiio
Ko, Hiild lhe lndy of nnrernln age,
ho snid he knew me when 1 was a lit-
Ilu didn't say auytlihii; of tho ��.urt,
Jontrartlrtnl ihe man.
Vou Hiild :*e did.
I i.ldn't.
Why!   Tlu-ii what dd yoi, -.ay?
I aaid lie Hald ho knew you whin
h" wnt n i'l'le boy,
tin. la to .T.-.s.ipi. Jefferson once re*
eelv.tl a tah'o tlUpaleh from '.is sun
ThoniHS, who was in London, nt-kln*:
hi.-, father to rmilt in hi    $r��0D.
The father wnn il#*i.l��if *,1, and to he
wiif.i iae.U: W'ba* do you v.-^nt it for?
n.'.civ' cor.i' lho answ-r: Ftn Tom.
Tl'f.f to tloiilnft tho ��ld mini t'uit Mio
Minard's Llnlmer; Cures Da,.drnff.
''uallco ./.lines W. Goraru, nt. tho
Tuxedo ,Cluh,. Oiico ,dolli,iod, a flirt In
a scorchl.ig epigram ihi.. Is still ro-
A flirt, bo said, Is a ro;io from which
everybody takes a pelnl; tlu thorns r<*-
mair, for ti 0 'uturo hiisbni'd.
All He Got
Struck Wombat, for a q nrtcr just
now.     A rich relative had just ..-jut
him ton dollars and sonu- advlco,
Did he glvo you tlio quaitor','
"No; but ho pnssod nlong tho advice.
*mt**t m 1 *���-���*��� w+t*m*���**m
The women wero In power and
even the pollcc-forco wiis a skirled
Two blushing coppers dragged ������
mnlo oroolt  into  the  pi.lioe hIiiIIoii.
What Is the charge?'asked tho ser-
Carrying concealed wen.:;cns, replied Olllcoross Mayme llognn. We
i'oi.tul  this hidden  under hia coat.
And sho produced a enuo llllud
with mice.        "    "
Didn't Sponk
An you in-copied Wombat inut
night? Wl nl could Imvo jitssessed
Vou could havo ponsessed me, re-
iorted the girl, but you were ���.".tlroly
too slow,
i.iDi..-y was. fort'.iciinlnjr
It-.vill f Iran yourli.iiii)-iii(iif"ii'.lili,anrtnu,.c-lc-
ly no iiuu-t Juiw *oili*��l llii*j"
arf nail leave (iirm smooth
piiiI 1.1(1. Iii-, iialnt. oil or
gfi-41- naliu, oa tlii-y come
w Illl Sri J p. Cut tCttltitJ.
Sin lie f��tps����.
Sm- Zmmt tl.-iit-l, Miatnil
$I3*W1II*!SI'**& V  r.K>  1  i  ; r  ti ���������  i? i  '-V  THE NEWS.' 'CUMBERLAND. B. a  ii1;  Don't Persecute  your  Cut onl cathartics ami purgatives.' They art*  brutaM1.1rsh-un11cem.1ry. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVEk-t PILLS  Purely vjijctalilc. Act  Itciilly'onllicliviTi  eliuiin.no l>ili\nnd  NoollieilieJcli-  ' rntiMiicinbra  , ollliciuwcl,  Cure Con.  ilinalhn,  I'.Hious- ���������  I'-M.  SUh ilt-ailndit and Indiscslion, at nt'lfi**:!* know.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small I'i ice.  Genuine must bear Signature  /������fe  THE  tnsuraucc  Ir.t'.t Keirty  '3.500.013.03  EXCELSIOR   LIFE  luceriicittti 1S89  Com pa* y  Punishment to Fit the   Crime. ���������'��������� I  Not -long ago therq entered tiie office'of a' New Vork broker a'most excited person.who, upou" ascertaining  that, the broker was indeed the individual lie^ sought announced In no uncertain terms Jiat.he proposed to have  satisfaction and-justice,  By exercising liis suavest meMiods  the broker managed to elicit from liis  excited culler "that on the previous  day, as the brokers-chauffeur was operating his employer's car, he had, at  the corner of Broadway and- Fifty-  fourth street.1'nearly * run-down the  complainant's wife, incidentally, tear-  iir; Irom her frock* a quantity or material. , "  . 1 am verv "sorry, indeed, said tlie  broker, niulNvll! be glad io do what 1  can* to remedy the matter. Do you  r::pcc'i. that I shall get your wife a new  frock ?  No. ,t don't s.iapped the angry husband, brandishing a bit of "cloth. What  I propose to do is to see that you  match this material.  Tin "WW l-'.xce'iior policy contricti arclhebut lor ptoteclon.  InroAmsnt, to Hind: Iihi'Ii for liquidating moit������������gei, etc.'  MonJr to Loan  V������ecnc:������������ (or ������;ent������ siv'na ei'.tisi a-.tirc ot (.pare lin-.a  (Ipply t) i';orinc:>l O.licof; Wmn'niej. Edmonton, Suka'.con,  Vaucour.-r or to He.d Oill'.;, Toronto .  -     - .       . -     - SllalSWi  11 you (eel 'ou r of son s'"run DowN'or'ooi* tii t bluhs'  tlUFFEH (roiu KIDNEY, IH.AIIDKR, NERVOUS DtSEASES,  01lltOH!CVVIlAKNKSSF.3.Ul.CI![lS,SKIJII������F!UH-!OSS,riLZ8,  write for my FREB Insole, rim MOST instructive  W KUICAL BOOK KVKK WHI11 EN,IT TELLS ALL about IheSt  pn.y.ASKS and the rkmmika[ii.r cures ii-pected bf  THB NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N.l.N.2. N.S.  THERAPION &"������������������  If Ifi lhe rottipilr for VOUR own ailment. Don't imi. aoost  AbtolutetyFREK. No'lollowup'clrcubri D-t.LttCLCM-  NlD.CO.iUVHRHOCK KB.HAUP5TKAD, LON30M,EX*  llequisite on the Farm.���������Kvery farmer and stock-raiser should keep a supply of Or. Thomas' Ecloc'iric Oil, on  hand,'not cnly as a ready remedy for  ills in iho. family, but. because It is  a horse and cattle medicine of groat  potency. ,As a substitute for sweet  oil for horse*, and cattle affected by  colic, it far' suipasses anything thai  can bc a'dminislered.  .WANTED at once  K'"���������?������* J Persons to work for us  In spni-o timo nt home. .No experiencs  icniiiiril Willi our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS . Easy and fasclnallnc  ��������� work. Good pay.. No canvassing. Write  for instructions  (Trepl.'  COMMERCIAL   ART  STUDIO,  , S1S College Street. Toronto, Canada.  , REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Alas. Winslow's Soothing Svkup lias been  used for over SIXTY YKA.KS b.v MILLIONS of  MOTHERS lor tlieir CHILD"'.*'***., W1III.B  THUTUING. witli PEUVECT SUCCESS. It  SOOT1UIS the CHILD'. SOFTENS the GUMS,*  ALLAYS all PAIN *, CURES WIND COLIC, and  v.; the best.remedy for DIARRIICUA.    lt is al>  .Bolutelv harmless.'' Be sure nnd ask tor ."Mrs.  "V/iuslow's Soolluug Syrup," and take no Other  kiud.   'X'w'enly-fire'ueiitsa bottle.    '..,- :���������_  C&n.iJ'an Peace Centenary ���������  -The Canaiii-.m Peace ,Centenary As-  socir.tion is now aclive'-j^at work organizing Provincial CoiivjTSfaftSs^and  prosecuting its campaign Tor the coming celebration X. one hundred years  of peace between the Briush 'Empire  and tbe United States.  E. 11. Scammell, the organizing secretary, has jusl returned from' a brief  visit.to the-Maritime Provinces, where  tin movement has bee.i most cordially received, In New Brunswick, Nova  Scotia and Prince Edward Island  strong Provincial Gommutees are. being formed, and thero is i very indication of a large and ���������"--���������'ving interest.  Mr. Scammell will visit Manitoba,  Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, .wlth'a view to considerably enlarging "the membership* of the Asso-  ciation.-and securing the active co-operation of the Provincial Government--,  and the leading professional and business, men in the four Wes-.ern province*.'. 'As'this celebration will be  more than a gathering and demonstration it is-desired to secure the assistance of* iho Educational au'.' iri-  lics, Clui'-ches, National.fVcieties, Women's Organizations a nil Labor Unions.  In addition to the Canadian Associa-  t.ion_there__a're.twb others .it  -ork, one  . HARD TO GET SOLDIERS j  Car-adians.Norse Too Willing to Leave J  Their Jobs for Trainlng'at Annual - j  Camps ' ���������',"  'That Canadians are a war-like.people when their home' or liberty Is  threatened or when* tho Motherland requires assistance, -has been amply evidenced by tho pare taken by Canadian  militiamen in the war of 1812-15,-in  iho Fenian Raids of 1S66 and 1S70, the  Hod Kivor Hebcllk). bf 18S5, th- op*  'erations on' the Nile and throughout  tho South African' wp, ���������. But in the  Piping days of peace, who the department of militia and- defenco issues  its call o the rural rcgimor.ts to muster f'.i- a two wc'l-s' training camp,  tlio amaienr soldiers aro not so ready  lo respond Jo thb stirring- nbt.es of "tlu  Luglc. Woll ihe olilcers of fho rural  batallions understand the effort necessary In recruiting for camp und ihey  have come to 1.alt-dread ' the annual  training period. Ono of Ihem is .authority for tho slatemenl ihat approximately one-half of the members of a  rural corps aro sins of Un farmers,  fi,rm haiid.Tf-nud men ligltltnntely recruited in lhe regimental recruiting  aiea. Tlio other half are men who  out of work through circumstance or  inclination, and witliciit prospect ot  immediate' employment, nr<> ready lo  *shoulder a rifle and draw the government's good money for two weeks, or  four-wejks if they can'reciilist -with  another regiment when the Ilrst * .mp  breaks up, lis some do.  'When a recruit takes the oath and  signs the muster roll of a' company, he  swears that he will turn out' with tho  regiment on all occasions during a  'Orion of threi. years. Less .than oi.e-  quarter of those enlis'tii.g every year  ^ ever come to camp again. ���������' New men  soluiely normal in any test.      "^���������'������������������i*^**|-h������vo to-Jia^j^^-.tak-p thfcir places  Tne'r'egim  Forty-Si>*th Anniversary of Great Ammunition Company  *  Just forty-six years agoj with tlie  spirit oC reconstruction then abroad in  tho land <..s u moving influence, began  the first successful manufacture br  ir.,-lallic cartridges - In ' tho United  ataies. Somo while before, when  journeying through iho-West, Marcel-  lus Mart ley had seen a roughly made  metallic shell or case made to contain  tho charge of a gun and had given this  Idea considerable thought. After tho  Civil Wt;r some'ton'years later, realizing the imporiancb bf metallic cartridges for tho new breech loading-  arms, Mr. Hartley's firm bought up the  plants and patents of several .unsuccessful factories, and on August Dth,  JSG7, the Union . Metallic Carlridge  Company was incorporated, ' half century after the first Remington gun was  mndi- at. 1 lion. Jl.y.  In tli-j CO* i, skin chrtrhiffcs and those  of p-'rehmeiit and linen holding the  powdar and'bullet and percussion caps  had been made,.,together ���������iih a few  inferior rim llro cartridges; but now  came this now industry i loro important than nil tho rest combined. \  mechanical gonitis was sought and  found in the person of Alfred O, llobbs  whoso master skill had brought him  the 51,000 in gold offered ly the, English Government for the man who  could pick the lock of. iho bank of  England. Nearly all tho special machines required were the inventions -t  Mr. llobbs. -At first, rim fire cartridges wero turned out, but with'Col.  Bordah's revolutionary invention of the  primer, central fire cartridges became  .the hulk ot the output.' The far-famed primers developed by the Remlng-  ToTf*i*ai.Cx experts have enabled the  company's hm'tminition to/go through  all climatic conditions i������i"d������j)������0ve - al*  isag   MatKer becai3s������W  rpesitsne  Easy to Usq, -Good fop the Shoes  -J!  FREE  In 1873 equipment for nu.kir.g shot-  {-.un shells was installed and in (he  early 80's shotgun loads wore supplied.  As-our readers well know the two  great companies, the Remington Arms  Com any and the Union Metallic Cartridge Company, amalgamated several  years --go, a:ul since have 1 ou.'doing,  business as one.  iiiBiiirai  WATIiKPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  " Saoiiu'lhini; Liu it i* r llian linen nnd no  laundry-bills.1' Wash It with soap and  "A'nlcr. All stores or direct. Stato style  nnd size. l-'or :.'.*ic. we wlll mall you.  THE 'ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,  58 Frr.sei' Avenue. Toronto, Ontario  Limited  in the United^States and one in Great  Britain, both of which have extensive  programmes. ���������. Sir Edmund Walker is  President of thej Canadian Association,  Mr, Andrew Carnegie chairman ot the  American, and -Rt. Hon. Earl Grey, late  Governor General of Canada, chairman  of the British Committee.'  Only' a Difference in the Kind  Professor Nichols, a famous physicist, during ths recitation of a freshman class in natural philosophy, observed a tall, lanky youth in the rer.r  seat, his head in a recumbent position, his body in a languid pose, his  eyes halt closed, and his legs extended  far out. ��������� He was cither asleep or  about t.   lose consciousness.  Mr., Ricardo, said the scientist, you  may recite.  The freshman opened his eyes slowly. He did not change his somnolent"  pose.     ������������������ '.  ~^lTrjR"i"cTnw~wiransr"worLr-*-*���������     T-  Everythijg'is' work, was the drawling ri-ply-  VI*at?      Everything is work?  Yes, sir. ' u '  .. Tlicii I take it. you would like the  class to belkv-* :hat this desk if work?  , Yes, sir, replied the. youth wearily,  wood work.  in the ranks and lhe~r'egimenral drag  net is spread out, bringing in a niotley  catch;*' *  ",,  One reason, of course, for' lack of  enthuiriasm is that tho pay is small  compared vvith what an, aveiage man  can'earn in almost any line of industry. The r.ysteni of efficiency pay is  another oone of conteiuion. If a man  cannot shoot he cannot get the extra  money. Naturally in the eyes of t\:y  militia department this is t wise provision, but -��������� ot so does it appear tr the  recruiting officer. The men whom he  should have under his command, the  steady, industrious citizens or workmen can earn more money at. home  and not take any chances bf not" getting U because, they .cannot shoot.  Pally market "Letter and Snnvple drain , H**"*-������������������"  ^   .��������� S-S-iViis1-vour muni* ami  address and  we will      **%  .    Vpul-Vbu'-oii-our mailing list���������If!*.fr'-'*-.    Ut.u**  lcm)jV0u postcrt.tnv'market prices lor (-rflln. ���������  r*?X$oiwV nUen-tloii Rlvi-ii u> selliiiB i\iul ^rndinK !> all  oars    t)nr-,Oafr'l;r,'iciiiK  and  Cl-ilm  Denartnif'iUs   work  in  ou*  -���������lients'. IntWcMs.vWe have every, facility foj^oi������lA service ant  wo. got hftsUrcsmUs. for shippprs  SciuWo-day tor ~.\ supply of nan-pin IM&M  firm  witpifr-tmslnpss'lia**! I������pph built up by ���������&���������������������*-.n  nd deal wllh ������������������**.,  !^i1   CUSH'IIU'I'S.  CENTRAL GRAIN COMP-Attf, 'UNITED  COMN1ISSION  MERCHANTS  GRAIN EXCHANGE  WINNIPEG, MAN-.  Paid-up Capital, $150,000  References,  any    Bank    or  Commercial Agency.  "il  iir    ^ '*S4*  The Inventor .."-1"*- |  Reginald de Bacchus, profligate- son  of���������a mlllionai-o .soap.^iir.kor. sat up. in  Ue'd and luoaneds.-to'r water.  .  This is tW'encl of my social .career,  he muJJtcVed. I drank '.- > much la^t  night at the ball and staggered Into  everybody. ,    ,.  Hardly, sir, hardly, murmured his  valet, apologetically.' Every one' . .  praising yo*i for inventing a new  'dance.  An Oversight  My home for cats is mi a success.  I have provided good food, nice sleep-'  ing quarters and yet the cats are not  happy. ���������        .      *  You are shy on amusement features,  old man. .You haven't provided any  back fence. .  Tlie Heart of a Piano is,,,the  Action.   Insist on the  ���������"OttoHigel"  Piano Action   .  jMM 0 S^A t llrSp ERTAIH  Swi'ilcnjiorR*'!! Rfrcat work on fli-aven mul Hell  mul tin- lifo Mlti-r ili*.'itli, -101 pages, only JS a������nts  li.isip.iM.      H. Liw 48CEuclii4 Ave.,Toronto, Oil.  Untangle it Yourcelr '  Tlilt article says thaJ oleoiiinrgarlne  Is made of beef fat.  Yes, and the person who eats lots  o. It will bo fat.  Well, ,f beef fill ���������.uah-rE a,person  fat lhat is nothing to beef at.  Me-ning '��������� Negro, a certain southern  gentleman asked him how ho was getting on.  The Negro assumed a t'.oubled look  and replied: ;'  Oh, so far'5 physicalily goes, I'm nil  right, but I sure do have ma troubles  wit ma wife.        ���������  Well, Sam. I'm sorry Jo i.ear that.  What seems to be tho mutter?  She thinks money grows on tree.-,  I reckon, All tho time slu keeps on  .pest:riiuj me fob pinch o' change. If  It ain't iv dollah, it's ft half or a quarter she wants.  What on earth does she do with the  money?  T (VMlllO,  yet,  Good Dope  Boost when you can, and when you  can't  Close (low::   you.1   own   talk-maki. g  plant. '   .  For, thoug'i lt sounds queer, I'll admit,  No knocker ever made a hit.  Ain't nevah give her none  Made a Dlfferencs  Philip���������Say,   wot'a  mo it. |  Fraye;!  co.- .'ajjo?  Ranged Rogers--I heard n preacher  iay It was de power to sny nu.  Frajvd l'hll.p���������When yer nsked to  drink or ior work?   ���������  A clgimtto firm ai'iioiincos 'thut It  will intuitu n liodu fountain lu ono of  its lloflion stores Is this nn appeal  to catch lhe ,'choolgirl voto.'  .lo'Mi Keiulrick Ila.igs   wns   movl: ;���������;  his Roods nnd chntihv from his homo  .���������it. YciiKora, N.Y.   It was n rainy day,  r.nd hefcro tlio hoime stoid throo large  mtivlni* "iins niu'i the Inwn wns cover-  (?.; with   fiirnlture   oi   nil uii-ih. Mr,  .. Daiig'i ulootl In the downpoi.r e.vpedlal-  "' Ing lhe ih-'woi.i, when i>, lndy, f. neigh-  ' hrr will, whou-   he   wns  iicriiiiilntt'd,  pniiseil, and biiiillugly asked;  Oh, mo you moving, Mr, IhitiRfl?  No, Indeed, Mrs. ,   rt piled    the  liinnoi'lai. Vou too, It Ih such n beiiu-  lirul day thai 1 thought 1 would gel  all my fiirnliure out ,")l' my house anl  mice It cm for n ride,  Ktl.el, didn't T see you out walking  yesterday with Mr. Wombat?  You Id not, I have no acquaint-  ni.cep below the taxicab mark.  Tommy's Aunt*--*-Won't* you havo allot hor pied.- of cake, Tonim;,:  Tommy (on a visit) -' No, .1 tlinnlc  you. L   ,      .  Tummy'i; Aunt���������You seem to ho snt-  ferlnc from loss of ap;etlte.  Tommv���������That alu'i loss o' appelUe.  Whal I'm suffering from It po' '.ouoss.  ***.*���������    '     ""  Ulme In Water  In answer lo a communication from  a lav correspondent, who expresses  his hellof that the llmo In common  water has muoh to do with the bringing on of old nge, lhe 1-nncoc snya  Ihnl while thnt opinion Is common,  it Is of course, fiilunus. To those  people who believe lhat wn'.- Is tho  onlv possible channel by which llmo  snlis nre conveyed lo (he orRiinlsm  the writer says; , I .line Ba'is uro In-  Kipiirnhlo from the I'onit) ru. every-  dnv arllelPH of fond, ho tUt If htit'd  wiil or were loft out of the illolnry  I hero would RlIU h.i secured a lnrgo  dlctnrv lnlnlie of llmo finlts. which  could'(ily  lu*-  -ivolded  by  n  liiumcv  Bll'UiO.  _J ' ,m...... - ���������������-��������� ���������  Eria, co Get AliMu \ 'Ith  lUw fia you  gcttli r- nion:; vilt'.  yonr n-'z-hliors?  Flt\<i. They don't seem (o onro what  run- v,'.ildroii do to theirs.  To Beautify the Panama Canal  The Commission of Fine Arts proposes to beautify the Panama Caoal  by the erection of monuments at appropriate places nnd of arches at, the entrance and termination of lho Canal.  At present fho Commission nay, the  cannl, llko the Pyramids, Is Impressive  onlv because of its scale and* Us simplicity.  Exercioe  (let any exercise whll: yon wero  awny?  Plenty of II. My wilt* dressed four  limes a day and 1 did the buttoning  for her.  Shaved Under Difficulties  I had a queer shave last woe'., said  a New Yer!**.. salesman. Business  took me for a day to a small country  tow), way up ^n-the state; where Ihad  tlTe-b"ari~luclc_"fo-fail���������ill; I~wlJg~laIT  up in a littlo one-horse"hotel, for four  days.  One afternoon I thought a' shave  would mako me feel moro respectable,  but my hands'wero so unst?v*.dy .that  I didn't feel u*j lo tackling that my-  salt, so I asked to have a barber sewt  tormy ..'-.om.  Well, I guess that was the first  timo on l ecord that anybodys'd ever  asked for such a thing. After a wait,  of over two Jiours a tall, solemn locking' man in a frock ;oat and a silk  hat came to my door and said he'd  come to shav-j me. I f-lt too weak  to ask any questions, so I just settled  myself in the leatt uncomfortable  chair in the room and told aim to go  ahead,  You'd bolter lie down, he said.  Not a 1,i.t .of lt, I answered. I am  feeling a lot rotler and can sit up all  right,  But I can't shave you unless you  He down, ho iuslsted,  Rather than have any talk about  it I lay down on the bed.  Shut your eyes, was the next order,  ��������� Seo hero, I said, what's all this for,  ai.yway?  Habits of the Hired Man     0  Well, did them picture people get  moving pictures of every thing on tho  farm? ��������� ������  Everything 1 it the hired mini, said  Farmer  Heck.   They  cotildu't*    catch  iii in in mo. ion.  Highest grade beans kept whole  and'inealy by perfect baking,  retaining their full strength.  Flavored with delicious sauces.  They hava no equal.        i  W;eia*K \WrMtshr^m:  St. I-idorc.P.Q., Aug. 18,-1904.  Minard's LinimenS Co., Limited.  . Gentlemen,���������I have .requently use*"  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also prescribe ,it for my patients always with  the most gratifying results, and I consider it the test all-round' Liniment  extant.  -   Yours "trul.,*,  DR. JOS. AUG. SIROIS.  Public Opinion  The Fond Mother���������-Everybody says  ho is such a pretty babj!    . lam sure  -t-he_PPe_t_was, right wlien lie"said tliat  There was a travelling mar. once  who found himself short of Turds. Ills'  first' thought, of course, was to wlro  his firm, whicli he did. lu a night  letter he explained the situation and  asked:  How shall I act's  Tho noxt morning ho got a day message, which was nothing if not illuminative,  Ace as if you were brolco.  Not to be Scared  ,  They ai.y kissing bring  on ills  Hocuses,  She���������Woll, a 11.Ilo Illness n.usl como  into every life,  The Useful Durfllar  !,Io slill there, nnd I won't hurt you,  ami your  ������������������-~ZL'���������7?r"~m"~'" '"*"��������� I .'t.iI I waul Is your money  .^JjfRlgi^^ J' Jilwol^nml thon I'll got,  Au ngiii, olu in.in, mm v. iiiu- >on i *.-  '.���������(���������'iiThJii'- for Hu* j,",vi*!'i '.!' ynu run  ni'i'ORR my divs? id. "t ".mkIr I wish  you'd put Ihem out ou the droBsor. I  linvon't bocn iiliK- io thul tlvm for u  month.  a man wns being sln-wii over a  Iron! In mi.  Ah! he mild I bought full/. Provl-  denco know what It was. doing when  II mndo llsht-H voiceless.  Whnt do you menu? he was askod.  Wr'll, I iimloi'i'ii'.tid Hint llshes lay  mlllloini ot eggs ovory year. What if  Ihey cncklod like hens over every egg  they laid?  Go ah earl and shave mo  and I'll tnko caro of my eyes. If 1  lie town and shut my eyes I'll feel  as if I were dead.. ���������  ITo chirked up at' that,  Yos, make believe you're dead, he  said cheerfully, That's just- what 1  want. You see, I am the vllllago  iimlei'laker and 1 am only used to  shaving corpses,    ..   .  60c. n lex or six boxen for $2.53,  *-. all dealers, or The Dodd������ Medicine Comp-iy, Urrlted, Toronto,  Cin.idi  W, N. U. iGfl  Ul'on the occiiHJOii ol iiih linn vnur  lo a parishioner n certain Mobioii divine tried hard to mako frieiulii with  his host's olghl-.venr-old,  How old nro you, my son? nuked  thn clergyman heiilgiiaiiHy.  Hlght, wns tho laconic renpoiise,  Ah, quilt. A 110h: mini, c;inio pa'*  onlzliigly from the mlnlslcr. .Mid  who' are ym going I" hiA lm tuldi'd,  iifior a alight panm'.  1 nm going io be nine, f.ild the child  with toiniciioi:.  Hardly Proud of Him  Mr*. Niibnile���������.My Ao.ir .lacK is so  UuiaUoiiii-; Lv rc.it*ui!:!.'.i a (livo!; ���������; id.  Mrs. I<oiii*wi,d*-*ji* doe-    n.v    bus*  baud. ' |  THE WOlilll'S willilt Xi'M  ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION  From the captain of iiidiUi-y to the  hod currier���������from milady in lho mito to  tlio v.-finnn wllh Hit* I'-mbliin^ brush���������  the accoiiiplishmciils of every one of us  tlopcmi ahinjiitlciy oa liio .iiiv-jjiij^.vli-  incuts of our ���������itoni.'u'li.*'. Uacltcd by a  good il lift'!* I ion, a man can give the best  that is iu him, When his stomach fails,  lie becomes a weal*lin*.',  To ihi.*������ losn of fiower no one need  -ubiiiii. i.'.f-nl hainls nl e.tin>K-  diiiiUiti)������i ������lccjiiiif{ nud exercise, aided  by Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, will  restore and iiuiiit.-iiu the full cllioiiiiicy  of the human iiiind and body.  Na-Dru-Co Dy'ipepsi-t Tablets contJiIti  tho active j-irluciples needed (or ths  di-ji-sHon of every kind of fooA, They  po to lhe a.-.il*lance cf the weakened  utomr.i.h, and euahlo th? iuff.'ivr, ii)"ht  irom the mart, to aiiimila'** ami net the  benefit of the food eaten. With ibis  assistance, the ilij-e.-.tlve or** in-* regain  llieirlone, andsoou the n;.eoi the tablets  it no lon(*-er njce.v-avy,  If yniir.'itoiiiacli ii nut workl'if* properly, try I*f;t-I)rii-Co I))v.p-*p������in Tabk-ls.  ���������ioc. al your tltnt-i'/ikV'H.   Jiallnna'. !)���������������'.<  i antl Chcmt.-tl Co, of Cam-da, Limited,  Montival, ������������*  ,   She Pinched Them  This story comes from Ulrmliiglinni.  At n certain nchool In that town, wo  nro told. Ihe mistress, feelh g woll disposed towards her clns>s during one  hot Biimmcr'f. nfLornoon, sent ono of  hor pupils lo buy a pound of plums  from a fruit vendor who wus slioiKliig  hlswiiros outside.  And be sure, Kiitle, slie roimtrlviri,  ns Hho handed fourpenco to tho Utile  girl, io pinch one or Iwo of lho plums  boforo buying nny to soe If they uro  ripe,  Pri'Si'Milly Kuih* returned to t.ho  cltiHsrooin, her face wi entiled In smiles  und prest-nte*". tho inlsfresH not. only  wllh n large bag of plums, but also  with tho c ippt'i's,  Fov somo time she could do nothing  but gurgle liicohcroiuly. Then, more  or less ron.'vr-rliiK ber composure sin;  mild: J'leasi '.oulur I pinched one or  two ��������� yon told me, and tlion when  the num wasn't looking I pinched u  whole bagful.  There was . cow on tho back. Tho  shoo drummer, vhn had geon cutting  curds for the clears, bocltored to the  porter,  Boy, Ir that cow still on 'he track?  Yens sir.  T-Iow fast is the train movltiR?"* "  'Bout I'o' miles an houah while de  ccw am on do track.  And how fast is Ihe cow going?  'Bout five miles un houah, sah.  Well, here Is a qunrlcr. Tako a few  ynrds of rope up to Iho -ngliieer and  tell Inn to hllch tho train tc tho cow,  Wo might make mnko better time.  heaven lies about us In our infancj-  The   Uncle   (unfeelingly)���������But   ho  should have'added: So'does everybody  else.  Senator Ashurst, of Arizona, the oth- .  er day discussed a fellow senator who  had geen sitting'on the political fence  with great skill fo.' months. Every  one suspects his true position, but no  one can probe it. - It reminded Ashurst of the incident that folio ed t.ho  kidding of Jesse James, the outlaw.  ,A stranger entered the morgue, said  Ashurst, and raising his hat politely,  addressed tlvj morgue keeper.  Sir, said he, would you. dc me a  great favor? Will you perm", me to  seo all that Is mortal of tho honorable  Jesse James?  Sure, said tho morgue keeper, He  walked to tho marble slab and pulled  out Iho dead roblcr. The st range i  gazed ear*ie3lly. Then, replacing his  hat, i,o ctarlcd to leave, * .  .. One moment, said the morgue keeper. Whydid you call the dead man, ���������  tha honorable Jesse James.*  Because, said tho stranger, I wasn't  quite certain he was dead.  ���������.        .i i  Sleeplessness.���������Sleep is the great  restorer and to ho dep-lved of II Is  vital loss. V.'htitevi"'.' ma.- bo tin?  causo of it, indigestion, :isr.ons derangement or mental worry, try a  course of Pnrmoloo's Veget'ibln Bills  By M'gulatlng llie nctlo* of tho stomach, whero the trouble lies, thoy wil'  rcstoro, normal conditions ir.ul healthful f,loep will follow, They exert n  nndatlvo for:;-* upon .it nerves and  where there Is unrest thc-y b'lng re   .  Thn Tin"' million." ������������������nnlliini |��������� iiw\  melt, 'I-  Thu ionw hill  I* not in sjiupaihy  with tho money stringency; in oilu'v  words, the hank thero is not Mult)**  light.  Tho trough- wllh a Mexican war Ih  tldll      .if-tr.J.     Ilpl-lll''     V '..;*������,.     ll,   .      J'., 11       I  Stato*  hasn't,  licked  uiiylxuiv  worth  licking.  I'lvldonco f**nin Mul inn n, N.Y., In-  dl'-nti'S that Harry Thaw i������- a goctl  roads ciitliiiHluHl,  I understand Harry, remnrked Ihe  nonunlntnnoo, 'that ynur wife hns st'ir!-  ed to practice eco;*.oniy. The mls'iun  was saying rionieihlng about it last  night.  Yes, replied Harry, she is practicing  economy, nil right, and If your wit.* Is  thinking of tnklng n turn In lhe sini**  direction you had boiler got bni-iy nnd  bend her off before It Is too Into.  I don't iiiidoi'Htniid you, Hurry, t.AA  the no'iualntiiiieo, with i\ pcrpl-ix 11  expression. I Bhould regnril econ-iiny  ns HMiiPlliiiiR to comiih-nd.  Yes, was the spilling rejolndor nf  Hurry, but not when your wlfo Is buying your Hhlrtii nc three for a iblla*'  so thnt sho can get lif-rijelC n $20 hat,  m  .1  Mabel (npiMpos of .iow evening  drcHH which bus just arrive*1, from the  drosnninl'oi,)-*Olil niotlior, hov,* lovel*,!  Do wear It tonight.  Mother���������No, dear, nh. tonight. This  ht for when Ini'los nnd gentlemen cioino  to illnncr.  * I    11      ^1 -II r-j-    flii^i*    An      lol1  imul 1upl for onco that f..titer's  th'iiiiin.  ytro-  gen*  The young housekeeper wus troubled.  Oh dour! she exclaimed, I'liU horrl.l  griicrryiunn never si'inh in* what I  want.  Whnt tor is 'to !,o the l.rotibK* now,  darling? nsked Ihe fond husband, with  tender iinxIMy.  Well, Ihn Browns lire coining In dinner tonight, inn', t was goin:- '" hnve  lupiinigilH vlnulgivtle. The recipe  In my cook book miys thut the blenched kind of uspiirugiiH should be used,  nmJ lhe groon'.' has sent mc this ii'iaiy  frorth gt'i'i'ti ltlnd.   What shull . do?  Can't you telephone to the grocery  and hnvo thom cliuiige th'1 order''  No, It's too luln. Oh, I'll tell you  what I will do. Run c-cr to thn drug  store and got a hoi ilo of peroxide, and  .'11 blench it niynoli*'  What a resourceful Mule wife I have  ho miirninnred proudly us h*- rcnclu'd  for his / ,t,  ?���������**  Mrs. Murphy���������Hero Hrlgld, son how  ilmity II Is under the bed.  'lrlgld���������Ynh'm.  M ^!,   ...,1,..        IpM.-itl'l     1    mIW'II'.'    III!.  pressed upo , you that you must nweep  under Mm hods?  Hrlgld--Av cnorH", ma'uni tin' ho.v  could ibe dust get. Micro If I hadn't  .���������wi-ui ll under?  The Three R's  J. Hcliuyli'i'��������� Wh I. coni-itliittiM lho  'tlii-i-i 'It's' In the education of u do*  Ibnlanli''.'  A Bit of Blarney  Womnn of IIoubo (to trnnip1���������What  ��������� '���������I Mm un..iii lit, uLmuti*.' iu uie iioiii'  door?  i rump-~ Sure. muni. It's nol. Mm fultic*  lndy Inlkn yorsnlf Ol'd bo seeing In  the kllchnn,  Mr  Chiili'inan, h.-iI>1 llm nr.i'or. win  hud already occupied tho jiliitl'ort-i lor  tv/eiiiy  mlniili's, i'tnld .'nfitiy lnli*i')i'f-  1'jiih from ih    ;,udli-iu-e, "-'Mr. Chnlr-  nian. may 1 appt-ul on u j'oini of or-1    Van 1* i>-Hi i -Well, I sdinu  iir'l     Tlici't- in really no imich dnsiil-j im-nl, milium and rnr'! ���������������������������'"'  i lory (���������(iiivi:i";:utlnn nAne: on In pari:* of  [tlu* hall thnt It Is im. o.sr.lblo for mo  i to luar a word I am .s.iylr.;;.  V-i|p-> fr.-im ih' In  ' of tho h.ill���������  say nil-  Uon'i 11- diiwiiln-iirli'il.      Vou are  in!rs-|ng much,  The favorlt" ninlu-oldnry at tho mo*  liii-nt  for lin- 11 nge ri*** dr, use*- li*'th-  ! k.-i^i   Inill.-'ii  or hllni!  work,  with  no  ! hol'iM, bu'.    lii'n.'id    Ual    flo'Vcra   and;  i|r<:i\.'.- cii'fily nnd lltuly workcl I  Women's  Confidence in  tho cfllciicy of thin thoroughly tried  li'ini'* r**ni''dy h never inNpliu'i'i]. In  every way���������in health, Htivngih, Hpir-  Ii*" n:ul in li-iik.t���������ivomi'ii find tln'in-  iiolvc.)  I'l.'ttci* after tltm-ly use of  Cold r������jf?**?i'"-.   tn l'mi*������, 2S cunt*-  ���������*.'���������&'  ���������.-"���������.fi  1*"l  l;*i!Q I  1 V  ', I -i*%-mr-m.rv. Jnjm!irtm-���r*t-m-*i.r,'Jt' M-..-*.*-,>--^I*T.^PvT**"**7
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a- ii'.'--\ wii\> lliv .s.i il W'a'-r Kncorder, cr
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I    " I'i* I'lin-itii-ut'nr op'.'iiU'   ,-'i kfi for tho . ts
!��'1','iy or util'i'.a'.imi  of wu.t  Ui.dur tlv;M
,.,   ..iWatirfAcL." .    \7
' "Aijd  wliorjo-j tho Slid Cci'ipany i*��i|m'
tl'.e .',iJ;li Jiii-.',   IL*lil, i)l>tiiin>(l  it Wa *���> |..
Ircoiv.-c, iiiiiiibtinid Uiui, n'llhoris-.'iij; the  '7.
i'.vt.iL-.,r.n i��r *2,700 cnb'o f c > t; of w.t'or ptr
sio-.orid from tho Citmpi'ell -I.i ��� r for pr>-r.
���;r purpi'M1-;.
Tilt'S ir TO UKKYiKY t'-nt tho utid-
t-riiikiii'" "f t'"'u sii'I Cami-bell Hivcr T'ower
(.'omv-aiiy. I/'i^ii-'i1., for tho diver-ion ofjj-j
'2,700 cubic fv-ct nf v.-itor per.Beuoml from Ijs
iho t'tm-jhell Hivry for tlio *.-on(.'rat:on of |f;]
*,hiv\-(i* and ffir -,he snip, b.-��rlor, and ox- \hl
cIm -.fe of said p-iwor witlun tho Inliown };: Hi
d-j/cribed 'Oiri oiy,' is liuroby approved
mi'.joot .o die limitations of l'.irt IX of
tho \Yat-. r Act and le the follow ing ornis
and coi-d'tio ik:���
I.   Tl <��� sir-d r-y.-proval <-f iho iib"Vo nn- , ^,
dertikibg.--!)a;l  be   cx\ircti-}y c uditional \ A,
T^7' ,*\ '-^iT>'i~i ''   'XT.7\riKTi~*-Tj-
'     U.SE Vt'VTUIl. '.
���NO'TrCR i;i hc-reb; ;i ou Iri at Ksqui-
ant (.'"*. N.'i! imo llaiiwy, of Yiu!*rrJa,
.;j. C . wi 1 ipiiy I' r_ a ic och i-.< taho and
i.'.Si'. 1011,000 -i ('.iiriis'p. r 2t iniurs, of v?atcr
o*i of Sandy ' rei k, w'ri.ci'. l[o",-. ::i a ucr-
'tii.���!���!.*.-��� i '.c-C;i*!*i thi-'>i';r�� .Ve*castlo Dia-
! *i :; '������>: 1 i n!|i:Jt;i iht ������ D f:> i^iv, noiir
Jl.-:;vWi 1 C e'.:h     I\!-" w,,!,--!- w-.U Ik* divoi'-
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j*.'I liMin   ruilv.'jy   anil
ii :-l'.i :,y j-iifposea
av t'Uiii.'-.y Jliubt of
if   nos.ui. oil     the
pu'ch.1: e * -1
;!.-. ur \v:i-
on llv-ju--.--cutir.il and lilinfr <f a Bond
.with .'the Comptrolliir o? Water Ii glitn. ���w
Tli'i isn-ci lknd il'all-ba in tho ti:m of i a
twenty l]rms*v.-d ilo.J.iis (-j-.'O.OOO 00) a-nl |?j
Khali be hy tlie fotap-ny unci a Surely j ;'ij
Comp uy nv.ilv r f.ed l*y ivs Ch t cr f(.r|!^
t}iB patfoyni.iiice of C'lntfact-i of this kind -I \&
2, Tho tcrrit. i-v \v"*!*'n    which   the'H
I ^'J
pov/er geiiaraied from the said wator may * l.-j
bu Eold is within' a r.'-dius of ono huisdrod ' !>3
i '.-j
aud fifty miles t'ron Mio .powor house i.f I S3
tho Cci'ip'tiiY'.-- At)
-" I (-'-I
3. Tfe ahioiii't ct '���'����� capita! s*ock o! | "^
the 0;jn!*;;*.r,y which  shall,,be Rihbcrib*d ��� s��
beforn' tim Oomiiany f.lniU begin thn cm- j fif}
struc ion "i.ibc wc.-1-fc-teiiatl bo *?M.000 00.! fij
'  4." Tie am -rnr/'of '':.'.u* sapit-il Block of j$
���ihcOo*.i<��uay wLi-.-J
lvw^l-JP3tKac.jettee��:in.. ������vg5?HttK^m.^wi.rL.^.^tt^.^i.^M^��i..1..f.... ���M���y. ^yyy^���^rT.^..^..^to...^.^.-
11   4* *itt�� x$ *^
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is ;> il ii y i.f Ap-.il, ioi:i.
-���.'���on v ih I,., id:-,-i in th�� office
tc*i l-i..?ord ?- al V.ciorii, "B.C.
all be priid up l.'eiiiro I c'i
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\"**"ir,i*r tU-cor.Ji*.
of  W !��� i-  J-Si^i.-
\"*icori i. L'  (���".
SI.-'QUL-iAL'i ���:���
;o TiTTTl W'trPihe BP.iiT
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il, IvMiH-iRLKV
lh.c; 0'.*nip-'.iiy.hi)i:li bo^ia tbo const.ac'.iois
of the work; shall bo :-'.V),000.00 ! V-
or  The Coni'.vuiv f-'hail begin  the con-ife
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=tii.=i.ij-c-iou^Gf=tb-3=wo*-=lvi-i=t-^*>-thc'=d ivsr^-tc^of-**-���-
i.he said*wator and for ti.o cc-noration of \ iii
I let
thc'-saicl poi\��r on or biforu the  SOth  clay ] i?*'
iLXoytt-inbcr, I'J'4, nud bofore that dato ' pf
h.il oliiaju from i.l,o CoraptrolliT of 'iVa-  ^
lue lli;;!iU", liiii Rporovnl ct tho plaui for
An\*thui^ yon want   nnd whatever
way you' want it.   .
icv.   (ithings. \ve print
Below are a
I Give/us- a'Trial'Order and see
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inii, ii. I!. d r. (,'.|i':,, %>���!":: j11 ii.,,vsi ;:i a
Cd-'ti.cr!) iliurtii-ii liinngli !.\i!ron Dis-
ii-i'i r.'.d H'!p-i u \".'i> i-,:i>uu Ronn;'! nrar
T.-iibio R v.T.. Tl;j w >l t Till bu ilivuit1 d
���*' ll'^-iiji.ii.ro.ur- fi���>.���!) Uiibvny am! iv 11 lie
lu-'d for tfunuuil Hailwjiy purp'iipi on Iho
l^nd diiMtiborl in r-.il va*, nr'ht ..I ��v.iyT]*is
ni-i*''.'^-! \v,ii' po*M-il "i* il o i/r<iii. tl on lho
Sr'J day i.f Apii', 19111.   Tlio a,.>;��J'.vati.i*
it'fl hi lil-.il  in   i c. 111.!'..- of ll
li ������<<���*���. !;-r, Vic tor in, li C.   U yi sinnii mny
Ji-, filed
���i.hi W.M'rlUorlci  cr
h-ihthi C.i*.*ptriil!i*i' uf  Wit'ir  1'iyl-ila,
Rirluu.K'il 15 iil.-.ii.i,'., Vi-.tiui., ���', 0.
fl-quiM.-L.T .'{ '.< sS 'IV.) UATLWAY
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'C^Y A ****V**"��������������.">       *klTif***'"i1 t'Tf^iYlt
i* i'.) \ LirANi'K m T\Ki��. AN'I)
i;.s;; \v-\tbii
1 how well
OH will be pleased'
Aioii of the said woiks   untie:*
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i'. i    'ii;. ,* ,- p y i'
,;    .   I, .,. It     ;-,:|    ,-,
��� li,"   --livi.   II:  I.   1/ .-,   i*
i;-..! if,\,  ri!   Vicli-rii,
i r. i i-i'i i i'  Ui l .1 !������ rt   .Mill
���II i,in:!*
��� i li '��^ *.
the pii,visions of the Wator Act nnrl Am-
c tl tl i i y A'-li uh Jit.w iu Lireo or as may lio
in foro*** i:l thr Jlatn of such Approval of
Fian*-, Tht plane it ri tpeoifinjjtiona shall
la* Uuil for approval on.or before 3lui day
(vl'July, llU-1.
Cr Atlor bcninniii-f tho contruction of
'hts \vorl.H tho CoBipany bIhiII nnb-iiit.
ho ni-iitiniii.lly to lho Coiiiptrolltr of Wator Itigii!.-; a prii{*ru��n report,
7. Tho C"..;i*['aiiy'-3h'tll oomplolotlio works?
for the 'iUvuiopincnt of iiftcen ihousaml
(15,000) horbe pov,*.,'i*and havo tliein iu actual operation on or Ik fc-ru tlie 30th cloy of
September 11)17.
S. Tho Company nimll pay annually
BV.oh ftis ub mny lm in force at this date
orstwli fiunuii] fee as mny ho fixocl by any
rutu.ro icgdi-tiim or onrietmont.
il. Any Eu'.iiicer appointed by the
Minis'or of bandh, for that purpose hIuiII
li ivo frto ncoooa to nil piii'tfl of tho worliH
for tl*.c piirp'1 oo of inap^otin*" the Bainoji'.d
of n-soL-r*uiitip.*; that the onuBlruotiou
ihor<!(i[ i-i in /ici'oa'l.iiico Atith the phnin
and spoo'lhj^foMs Jioroin lolorrod to,
10, '.I lio ri/jh I of (,'oi.strucl inff woi ku on
Crown Lari-l.-i of lho J'rovinco tilmll not bo
extreikcd iiiitil poniVH.lou Ima beon obluin
ol iu proviilpil by liiohmi ll'il of lho imid
Act nii'l lli.* Kuh.'H mii-lii th('roiiiidi.'r.
11, Tho liyht ol CMiuiniC'tint* works
mi pi'iviil-i laid nhiill nut bo oxnKjiniil ix-
o.'pt iho pormiKHion ot the oniior baa beiai
nbtniufd ui-lho provinleu8 of 1'iutXIIl
of the t'-ii'l Ad have boan compUeil with.
1'.!, Tne riiti.l nt oiirulrnctii./f work:*
nhii'/.' i,r uccnuii liljjhwiiya Klnll not bn ox
nn-in'ifl pxo.pt t,"|ii\-fi-> p'-riin'ruioii of thu
Muiii.trti' ol' I'lil-liii \V-ii-ki-, or if K.iid
hi|-hu"iys mi. v. it liln uiuunivipalily, witli
���'"'"' j oi.l ilir pr.'ii'i.. inn ol ll.o '.'--unci!  of the
iu- fl ������.*''   i'ii ���!., uin.'-i li .ii*- ���'. i. 1'1.,'mi- j .Miiniuii.-ilii) Inn* |j(-tjt dbiu/iicd ns pnivid.
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..* 'hm^ih^ul. j.-. ���.*.:.;.-.*Tw ;.."���--;..u. r..'t.^'r^'VA'*.'^v^i,ii;/.;wi*r��j^i-iii!iiv'';'<.t�����^b,;*..^^j.^i:i'i''!;>.?.ii*.v-*,J'"v>:^>'.��."r-'*'vr*i;'*T'*T-v'**! the news. "cJniira'RT.^TO, n c  A  BRIDGESWASDOCTOR  BTJRDENSOME NAMES.  Awful   Appelations Which'  Mon Hare    . .   | \, ..    Had to Bear,  SEW , POET , LAURATE    WIDELY |-; The most burdensome name even-be-  KNOWN IN HOSPITALS. . ' itowed on a child wiib Jhnt given by    I Arthur Pepper, a laundrymnn of West  _ "j Derby, Liverpool, to his daughter, born ,  -Successor to the Poet Left Vacant by  in December, ISSti.    lt comprised onV  Late   Alfred   Austin Has Written' "amo for o^ry. letter of the alphabet,  ' und was certainly ingenious in its way,  running^" Anna Bertlut Cecilia .Diana  Quid ������������������ a BaAe*t7  It Ib a curious fact that tbe p*hrns������  "bald ni a badger" owns Its orlglu to  million- of thb past who had uo exact,  knowiedgo of natural history and who  because tbe forehead of n badger Is  covered with smooth -while hairs ciun������  to the conclusion that lt wus bald.  DICK TTJJRPINS IN PETTICOATS.  1  RED HAIR POPTHjAR.  Extraordinary    Exploits    of    Women  Highwaymen. - ������.  There have.been several instances in  England of women highwaymen who  have met. with almost, as much success  eb the redoubtable Dick Turpin nnd  Claude   Duval. .There   is, Moll, Cut-  Scientist Explains the Charm of Thosii  With Titian Tresses.  Some interesting facts - concerning  red-haired people have heen given to  the world recently by Monsieur Gir-  ounrd, * it French scientist. It seems  that for many hundreds   of  years. no-  HONORS LOYALISTS*  REV.     R.      S.      FORNERI ,   BUILT  CHURCH TO THEIR MEMORY.  Eight Pootic Dramas, a Couple of  J Masques, Many Lyrics and Several  .    Pieces in Classic'Metres���������Work of  'High Quality.  Mr. Robert Bridge-*, D.Litt., has been  sippointcd Poet Laureate in succession  .to,tho lato Air. Alfred Austin.  Emily "Fanny Gertrude Hypatia Inez  iT-ane" Kate Louise Maud,Nora Ophelia  Quince .Rebecca Starkcy Teresa Ulyais  Venus Winifred Xenophon 1'etty Zeno.  V, of course,.,was provided in the surname, Popper."    :  ' Hundreds of examples of this poor  . Mr. ttobert Bridges, who'lias been form of parental wit, occur in the en-  described   as   Britain's only  classical j trio** for the past few years.    Noahs  Soot, Is .sixty-eight. Ho wiis horn in Ark Smith, Sardine Box, Jolly, Death,  font, .nnd from fiton be went to Corpus dudus lseririot .Brown, One-too-Many  Cbristi College, nt Oxford, the uuiver- j Johnson, Not-Wanted Smith, Bovnl  ' slty which just tt yenr ago honored him Simpson, Merry Christ-nan Figgett,  ���������with tlie degree of Doctor of Loiters, j Odious Hentou* Anno Domini Davis,  'After leaving Oxford ho settled down  to study medicino in London, at St.  Bartholomew's, where ��������� ho eventually  beenmu casually physician. Assist*)nt  at the Children's JlospiUl. Great Or-  inond Street, was his next post, follow  Spots on the Nails.  A paste made of equal parts of turpentine ami myrrh applied to the white  spots on' tinker -mils will prevent them  from developing.  nro lho names of children probably living who will hnvo to boar them through  life, unless lliey wash themselves clean  with subterfuge.    How cun such children observe the Fifth Commandment?  There was for a long timo a curiosity  ed hy n   period   ns   physician, ut tho   in nomenclature on the Australian pen-  Great Northern Hospital.    In 1SS2 ho' tion list,    His   nnmo   -was "Througli-  The Milky W������y.  Among tho Greeks tho Milky way  was known as the Gnltixy nnd the Circle ot Milk. ' Tho Chinese and Arabians call it the Celestial river. Some  of the American Indian tribes regarded  .Jt au the path of departed souls to tho  spirit land, and In England It* used to  be familiarly called Jacob's ladder.  -retired from medical practice,' and a  couple of years later married tho eldest,  'daughter of tlio lato. Mr. Alfred Water-  house, the well-known artist. He lives  at Oxford.  1 JNIr. Bridges is undoubtedly oiie of  tho unrest, of immortality among our  contemporaries'. Uis' work maintains  throughout nn extremely high standard;  little, if any, of it* has BuiTcred from  , hurry; he has never allowed the quest  for popularity or gain to tell, against  ta perfection and beauty, but careful  i nnd  studied  Jlnish, has  ever  been  his  motto.  j   His    output    includes    eight   poetio  ,'firamas, a couple' of masques, numerous  Our Many Mines., ;  Mines lu the United States arc numerous. There are about 0,000 coal  mlueu, and of metal mines there are  about. (.1,000 producing and developing.  MR.  ilOBKI'.T BRIDGES.  lyrics, and several* piccCB in classical  prosody, He ��������� maintains that English  prosody depends on the number of  -tressed syllables in a line, not on'the  number of syllables, and that- poetry  ihould' follow Jtlio rules of natural  smooch J. A number' of 'essays stand to  Ins credit^, nnd ho has strong nud, in  mme particulars, curious views ou spell-  , ing reform.   *  . The new Poet Laureate has been particularly successful in the writing of  (ules. Tho following is from that written for tlio bl-ccntonary commemoration  of Henry Purccll:  '.Tlio sea with melancholy war  Moatnlh about our ensiled shore;  Jits world-wide elemental  moan  Glrtlolh our lives with tragic ���������sons. , , ,  Yet. shall his storm and mastcrine* wave  Assure the Kniplro to. tho brave;  Ancl to his billowy bass belongs  Tho music of our patriot songs,  When to Ihe wind his ridges go  in furious following, cnrcerhiB n-row,  Laalit with hall and withering Bnow;  /nd ever undaunted  hearts outride  Ills rushing waters wide.  Tlio beauty of his masmies, too, compares woll with.that of tho greatest of  this form of expression, anil liis epic,  "Eros nnd Psyche," is distinguished  for delightful melody., Uis lyric gift is  nlso reniiirknble. We rpioto tho following from Shorter Poems, Book I.i  I he ii I'd a linnet courting  Ilia lady lu the sprlnR*;  Ills mates woro Idly, sport In **  Nor glitycd lo hear him Mm*,'  Ills  sontf" of lovo���������  ] four niy speech distorting  Ills lender love.  Tin* phrases of his plfiulliuc  Wero full of youni*; tljl'-jtit!  /.ml xho that gave hlni heeding  Iniurpreicd aright  Ills Kay, sweet notcn������������������  Ko iindly marred In ihe rcadlng-  llls tender notes.  Ami wlien ho censed, (lie henrc-r  Awnllcil tho refrain,  Till  HWlfty pi>ri'liln*f no'ircr  ilo i'ii nit his nong mkiiIii,  IHh pretty H(ing~-  Would tnut  my verso simke clearer  111.*) tender iioiig!    *  Vo happy, nlry creatures!  Thnt In lho infrry pprlng  Think not ut wind mistral urex  Or cares Hit* year niuy briny;  Mul until love  Nnslirn your simple nature--  To tender love,    ,  much -'tribulation ��������� we - enter,- tho  Kingdom - of - Heaven, Smith." Tho  officials of tho Pension Department very  pardonably abbreviated - him into  "Tribby Smith." Has any diligent  student of our pension list discovered  anything that; caps this?  , I.t is not surprising that tho names  of Dickens' characters ��������� odd though  they are-should ho .found in real lite,  for it.was from life that many of them  were taken. Some, us wo know, were  copied from tho names over shop doors,  etc., but this was not the,novelist's only  sourco of-selection. Among his papers  John Forstcr found carefully-drawn-up  lists of names, with tho source from  which ho obtained them, and ihe longest lists were those drawn from tho  "Privy Council Education Lists."  Somo of the names ihus noted are too1  extravagant for anything but reality���������  Jolly" Stick, Bill Marigold, George  Muzzle. William Why, Robert Gospel,  Robin Scvubbam, , Sarah Goldsneks,  Catherine Two, Sophia -Doomsday, Ros-  etta Dust, Sally Gimblet!  For quaint surnames ono should  search the records of Northumberland.  Mr. A. G. Bradley has made a-collection.  of some of these Northumbrian patronymics. Ho is writing of tho times of tJho  Border raids, and thero was a Robert  Unthank in those days. Among others,  too, wo iind tho name of Adam Ay-  drunken, who "upset his boat in tbe i  Tyno, and accidentally drowned his  wife, Beatrice." "Cecilia,-the wife of  John- Unkuthmnn (uncouthmnn), cut  hor throat with a razor." Tho incident  requires no explanation. "Another unfortunate person figures ns Adam-with-  the-uo'se.^i :     *  Korea's Edible Grasses.  The use of grasses, roots hnd the tender bark of trees In Korea doeis not  ! necc6snrily Imply a deficiency of food  j supplies. Thes** articles, aro much In  I uge by Koreans,- even of tho well to do  I classes, for salads and side dishes at  ! meals.  London's Oldect Papers.  It Is generally thought that the  Times, published in 1778, is tho oldest  London dally, but the Morning Post  wns in existence in 1772, The oldest  Sunday neivKpnper, tho Observer, vcat  established In 1701, when It wns sold  at Sd. a copy, n price which- was also  charged for tho Weekly Dispatch. The  result of these prices was thnt the  average person could not-nfford to buy  a newspaper,- but used to pay for the  hire of one.  Mucnronl.  French  mucnronl  differs   from   tne'  Italian in so far that the French Is  dried ln closed rooms instead of in the  open air, us in Italy.  ' purse, for instance, who from being au   ou"0'has ever becn'ftble to "explain* why  | ordinary pickpocket or purse  thief���������in  those .days long purses were worn  nt  the girdle, and Moll, became nn expert  at cutting them and filching their con-  . tents, hence her curious nickname���������de-  I veloped into a daring night rider,   She  ' frequented  Hnmpstead Heath and  reliever! many wea-lthy coach travelers of  their valuables.  She    worked   single-handed,   dressed  and rode like n man, nnd, although she-  was g captured   on    several   occasions,  manage** by extensive bribes to prevent  tho appearance of witnesses.   She tilth  mntoly died in her bed at the venerable  age of 74.  Anne Holland was born in n slum of.  London,   und  was first hoard of  us   it  barmaid.     Ultimately   she   married' a  man named James Wilson who developed into a clever footpud,   and   -vhen  he  wan  hanged   for   his   crimes   she  promptly took to the rond herself:   She  obtained much property of value, and  ivas regardod in those days as n female  demon,   for   sho   thought   nothing   of  nhootiug down those who resisted her  in the dead of night.    She was, however, ultimately captured and-hanged.  Another   extraordinary caso of mnn  and   wife   becoming  highwaymen   in  partnership is afforded by tho careers  of,Mr. and Mrs. Brncuy, who wero both  hanged at Tyburn within, a year of ono  another.   Joan Braeey's lifo is one of  the most romantic stories in tho annals  of old-timo crime.   Sho was tho pretty  daughter  of  a  wealthy   farmer,   and  when sho met Bracey, a dare devil of'  tho high rends, sho threw in her lot  ���������with his and quickly became a highwayman's ideal companion.'1 Tho pair  proved" very  successful,  and  many  u  stago coach did they waylay.   *  ���������Joan's career, however, was a short  one.    Ono day sho robbed a person of  quality, a -justice of tho King's Court,  who. was relentless in having her sought  out.   Sho was caught, identified, and���������  English justice being   short, in   those  days���������sho   was   tried,,  convicted,   and  sent to the gallows before Bhe was 21.  Chinese Barbers.  The Chinese people have very light  beards, and tholr practice for untold  years has been to patronize the native  barbers, who cany their equipment'  suspended at the two ends of n coolie  polo across the shoulder nnd stroll  about the native streets seeking cus-  For Smokers Only.  ,, The ma nwho is afflicted ��������� with a  nervous or excitable temperament  should pin his faith to' a coarse-cut  tobacco. This type of man tugs hard  nt his pipe, and' if ho employs a fine-  cut, tobacco he gets through a pipeful in record time without deriving any  satisfaction 'roin.it. Oh the'other hand  a r*nn ..blessed with   a   philosophical  a girl who has red liuir is so sure to be  popular with her men friend:*,,/ why  she is never a wall* flower nt u,'dunce  and almost sure of a seat in the ear,  or why men aro so persistently gallant  to u red-haired girl and find her bn  tlio wholo so intensely, alluring; M..  Uirouurd has explained this apparent  enigma in scvernl ways.  He claims that, first, red hair is generally accompanied by certain 'qualities which mako n woman extremely  attractive. Bho has i-oft, smooth skin,  for instance, though this is sometime*  freckled. Then tho finest of complexions are often found ou icd-hnhcd  girls and theso Min-Jtlssod girls hnvo  blood  tliut  is  warmer  nnd  flows  moro  1 swiftly than that in the veins of thvir  supposedly lets favored sister**,  i Always Affectionate,  This often makes tbem impulsive,  hot tempered, and jealous, but it always makes tliein affectionate, and  thoy have a reputation for passionate  dovotion. A loynl friend until relentless enemy is the red-haired woman.    .When a red-haired woman has  1 dark-blue or violet. ey*s and dark  lashes sho is good to have for a friend  and bad to havo for an enemy. All  red-haired women are jealous.  Helen of Troy limi rat.Yiair'. So did  ���������Queen Elizabeth. Some of the greatest, men' of tho world had red hair.  Red hair is common among tlio ruling families of Europe. That is supposed to he so from the fact that so  many of them descend from tho Norseman, that great nice of red heads who  conquered most of E.iglnnd, JFrnnce,  Sicily, and Cyprus, founded dynasties  all pver Europe in tho Middle Ages, nnd  gavo their aubum-hnircd daughters as,  wives to-a hundred kings and princes.  Sinco thoso old days red hair has been  n mark of aristocracy^ for the conqucr-  , ing race havo been blondes.  | . Conquest and iron go together and  red hair is caused" by   n superabund-  ' anco of iron, in tho blood.    The   color  j of the* hair is due to a pigment- which  has been called melanin, which is scc-  I roted in the roots of "the hair. Iron  when oxidized, inside the body us well  as out of it, produces red. This explains the freckles that so often mar  a red-hnired womau's beauty.  Hed hair is hereditary. .Thero can  belittle' doubt, however, thut a young  person who has red'hair has a strong  antipathy .to a red-haired person , of  the' opposite  sex,     This  Is   confirmed  Beautiful Edifice of St. Albau the  ���������-' Martyr at Adolphustown Was Erected Through tho Efforts or Well  Loved Pastor of tho Pavish���������Is a  Brilliant Scholar, but Has a Retiring Disposition,  With ihe* right lo sign his name us *  tho nobles do, thero lives in Kingston,  Out., in a humility which is almost  weakness, a clergyman who has brains  fur beyond the average scholarship, und  it charm of manner which thit) generation calls "the charm of the old  ifchobl." ���������lle is known- ns lho Uev,  1-lichard Sykes Vorneri, M.A.-, B.D., and  he lias never risen to a high place iii  tho church .because l.o has persisted iu  remaining in the .background, content  with the adoring nfl'eelion of parishioners who, rightly call him "saintly."  Mr. l*V*i*iieri is tlio son of the late Dr.  Forueri, an Italian of high biiili, who  held the chair of Moderns at Varsitx,  in the days oi Dr, McCnul, and college  Is This Babel?       *    ���������  ��������� The latest nrchacloeical discovbry in'  proof of tradition,, if, not of history, is  that of tho Tower of Babel, according  to a report submitted by the Abbe Henri de Genouillac beforo tho Academy of  Inscriptions and Belles Lcttres of Paris.  The Abbo was sent out by tho'French  Institute on a. mission of research to El  Abymer, 80 miles south of Bagdad, "hot  fnr from the Euphrates', where he uncovered the remains of the city of Kiss,  one of tho earliest capitals of Babylonia, and -even antedating Babylon  itself.   Here ho unearthed an immense  tomersT^Comp~ani0vely~"~few   Chinese*  have  udopted   the   plan  of   Bhavlng.  themselves, nnd these consist entirely  of toose who have imbibed western  ideas.  "Shampoo Jelly.  Odd bits of sonp when boiled make  nn excellent shampoo Jelly.  New Zealand Flax.  Now Zenlnnd flnx Is ono of a number of wild weeds thnt yield  their  gntlicrors great wealth. Tho flax, tlio  strongest    known,    grows    wild    In  Tihelegmatic temperament, who takes by tho fact that despite prolonged in.-  lifo easily, will find it-a nuisance to quiry among thousands of families  keep a coarse tobacco alight, and he is   scientists have been successful in ob-  better_Eer-yxil_with_a_fine_CAvti_^__ taining   only   two   casea   where    both  , If.'not used to excess, tobacco calms . parents had red liairJ-"        ' "    *"  the nerves, and the test of all tobacco Though tho red was not a clear red  is the manuer in tvhien it burns. If it in'both parents nil ol* tho eight chil-  produces in the stom of a pipe a bitter dren had red hair. If only one parent  substanco termed empyreumatic - oil, ' has" red hair the offspring, is not so  you will be well advised to try another likely to havo it., Red-haired offspring  brand. In the case of a cigar.you may'come from two brown or from  should never smoko moro than two- two glossy - black-haired parents. In  thirds, for by a process of condensation that case both dark-haired parents will  tho remaining third becomes saturated probably havo, had ancestors with red  with oils and gases. i hair..    Glossy black  hair in  tho  par-  Nicotine, though one of the finest cuts is especially apt to produce red  antidotes to strychnine, is ��������� in itself a , hair ia children, becauso all glossiness  deadly poison. A medium sized cigar*,is duo to rod hidden by blnck pigment,  contains sufficient nicotine to kill two ,     M. Girouard soys red hp.ir has beon  ur.v. n, S. FOlt**EIU.  contemporaries  tell   us  that f,'Fornori  nover saw the outside, of a Greek grammar till six months before, his nitilric,  but ho licnded tlio honor, list."    After' '  his graduation ho went in for Divinity  at Trinity," and it was his good pleasure  to  champion   the   Into   Provost  Whittaker, when   controversy   raged  round  that cleric's High Churchmanship, "On  my reputation its a Low Churchman,"  Mr.  Fornert   has   often .declared"; "I.  never saw. the cloven hoof of tho Scarlet AVoman any whero nearthe Provost  in  all my days at Trinity."    And. lio'  -t he-sight���������foreign-tic*  -uuiiiitves���������11.~  dwindles nnd its fibers becomo brittle  nnd valueless.  palace, similar in construction to other ; mnrehes.   Whon   it   is   cultivated   It  early royal buildings,.already discover-'    cd in oilier sections of tho country.  Among other relics of the distant past  which he found in tho coulrynrdof this  palace, wore the ruins of nn immensely  nigh tower, which ho belioves to havo  been the origini\l of the Biblo storj* of  lhe Tower of Bnbcl, tho namo inscribed  on ilio wall being: "Tho Temple of the  Foundation of Heaven and Earth,"  which was erected to,,the memory of  the National god, '/amnma,  The salary of (lie Inurenleiiliip U ������70,  Amusing Errors in Ofiicial Reports.  To tho list ������������������ of misprints in ofiicial  documents must bo added the delicious  ficntfiuco which appeared in tho final report of tho Vivisection Commission is-  Micd last year: "Wo now seo n marmot,  the spinal cord of which had previously  been divided by a vivisector." This  should havo rciul, according to a Par-  linmenlary paper circulated subsequently: "Wo onco saw a marmot, the spinal  cord of which had previously been divided, bilo a vivisector."  A little slip in the 1007 edition of tho  Royal Warrant detailing tho various  Army rates of pay nbo necc-Vitiitod tlm  printing nnd promulgation of nn ofiicial  correct ion. In thnt warrant, under tho  heading, "Daily Hates of Pay," appeared: "Viohl-MnrHhiil Commanding-  in-Chlcl1, .M'cdHcrrniienii, ������.1,000." This  gave to the Duke of Con naught llie grn*  crous remuneration of nearly ������2,000,000  n year until Ihe correction explained  11t iir. "daily rate" In this enue (should  have been "yearly rati1,"  Kerosene Lompt.  Tho odor of kerosene lamps can b������  ���������topped by putting one tenspoonful of  lino tablo salt Into encb lnmp.   Tho  salt should bo changed onco n mouth.  Brazil's Coffee.  Brazil Is the groatest coffeo producing country in tlio world, nnd nlono  furnishes two-thirds of tbo total  world's consumption. The Brazilian  coffeo producing states nro Bno Tnulo,'  llto do Janeiro, Minns Gomes, Esplrlto  Santo, BuhIn, Santa Catluirlno, Cetirn,  Pnraliyba, Pernnmbuco and Pnrnnl.  Pntchlncj Rubber.  To mend rubber use soft kid from nn  old glovo and pnsto tbo pntcb'lo the  gum with nutoinobilo panto, Tlio I on ther adheres better to lho gum tbnu u  gum pntcli,  A PrUon of Silence.  Knlombml  in a  grim  entitle on  lho  outskirts of l.lnuon   are   some   i.f   tho  most inUprnble men on enrth.     Hu'������������  are in mat os  of  Portugal's "prlnon of  with nn allowance of ������27 in lieu of in silcncr."    In this building eery thing  butt of st'i'k.   Dr, Bridges Ulnm-lf con-1 ,*int, human ingenuity can  eugl,'*'"**'  '������������������  trni'Hctrd u report early this month thnt ��������� render tlio lives of its prisoners n hur  wm  Wm}',  Lo hnd boon trfl'crcd the vnount pout.  M. F, Und Luck.  Tho popular member of tlio British  I'lirl'mnimit who left bnnk notes to thn  vulue of ������0>> in n tnxi-cnb recently, hihi  rlble, innddeniiig torture is done.   The  corridors, piled tier on tier five htoreys  high, extend   from   n  common   contra  like the spokes of a huge wheel.  The cells nro narrow, tomb-like  nnd  >Mll������in   vmii   luitiiua   t,   ..HI:..      The   fl'  linnloly p. ved lc be the next fare, has ! No one Is allowed to utter n word. Iho  had good luck which is denied to mnny,  " Bumtina Tr������M.  Intense bent nnd InlcnRO cold produce fractures In various substances.  In tlio mast extreme cold wenther it  is not uncommon, cnpoclnlly If the  cold litis como on suddenly, to And  trees tlint nro split from tlio, ground  to the top by tlio action of frost Freezing expands Uio/ water in tlio colls  of tlio wood, and so suddonly Is this  dono that (ho trees hurst nu would a  pitcher or mug In which water was  confined.  Platinum.  In color platinum In bluish gray, find,  although to tho Inexperienced eye nil-  vec, nickel nud aluminium look something llko It, the Ilrst two nre nttncUod  (Illicitly by nitric acid, while Aluminium  Is so very light In criinpnilnoii with  plntlntiin thnt It would bo dlOlcult to  :'.'.!:���������'.!'.he  (M'.C fof thn othrti-  men, but tho cigar is practically harm  less when smoked in a sonsiblo manner.  Still, it is ii simple manner to extract  the nicotine from tobacco, for all that  o-io needs to.do Ib to soak in an earthen  dish filled with wator for tho spaco of  nn hour, and then leave tho tobacco to  ,dry in the open air. Tho water in which  the tobacco has soaked cou bo utilized  for hortlcult  potent destroy  a mark of aristocracy nnd beauty  solely because red-haired persons are  descended from dominating, conquering races llko the. Scots, Normans, nnd  Scandinavians.  Much in Little,  Quito rocently, at a place , which Js  cent, which, mingling with u touch bf  tho brogue he got through nn Irish  strain, makes his speech delightful. -  As nn instanco of the wny the man -  who does not ndvertiso is often allowed  to blush unseen it has been noticeable  that amid all tho freshly roused interest in tho IJ. E. Loyalists there has been  no mention of the work ..done by Mr.  Forneri in Adolphustown. Fairly pushed by his Bishop into that parish, which  though in the country, is nn endowed  rectory, Mr. Forneri found littlo heed  beingpaid to tho plnco where so many  of tho Loyalists settled nnd ,his sensitive soul wns greatly troubled over tlio  neglect of tho Loyalists' burying-  ground. Inaction was impossible and  this priest, who looks so absurdly liko  a Roman "father" that tho lililo R. C.  boys invariably cop .him, talked and  wroto and worked, wiih lho result that  Ihe beautiful church of St. Albim the  nns sonaeu can uo muui'u    .   ��������� .      ,. -���������       ,    ��������� ., , ,    ���������  ~   ural purposes, for it is a fnm0"s for ������������[,aerodrome, a youthful Martyr, full of memorials of the dead,  .yer of insects. ��������� I wag was watching with interest some Ht(U���������-3 ���������eai. QujntVa shore, overlooking                      | wonderful contests   in   tho   tar.    Just the landing place of thoso who fied from  Heard Enough.  Young Giles, engort o join tho Metropolitan Polico Force, journeyed to  London to pass the necessary medical  examination. This ho survived1 satisfactorily, and tlio next day the proud  young recruit was interviewed by a  high official.  "Well, my mnn," snid the Inttor,  "you look a promising sort of fellow.  Whnt kind of nn education have you  had?"  "Oh, sir," said tho recruit, "I was  educated at a county school." i  "Ah, nnd you have a good general,  knowledge, I hope!" '  "Oh, yes. sir."  "I wonder���������can you tell mo, for  example, how mnny miles it is from  London to Edinburght"  At this tho recruit became nervously  agitated,   nnd   nt    length   ho   blurted  when excitement was at its height, the lho flug. of novohition to the flag of  wag started up a rambling conversation LU)Cr(y. Bnd the chur.-hynrd, with Its  with thow immedjately round him.        I monuments, shows signs   of    reverent  "That's a terrible poison that s just   cnr0t  been discovered," ho remit]ked amiably '  to no one in particular.  "What's   it   calledV inquired   an  elderly gentlemnn beside liim,  "Why, neroplnuo poison, of course!"  ,camo the curt reply.  "Is it deadly 1" asked tlie R. G;  "I should sny so!" jerked out thn  juvenile wag, in IiIh niosl ltnnlty stylo.  "And how much would kill n per-  eont" went on the questioning one.  "Ob, ono drop!" camo the retort.  Then  tlint particular group beenmo  the less by one,  out! ... .    .  "Look here, sir, if you're going to ! Francisco during tlio I'erloln festival,  put mo on thnt beat, I'm done with i October 22 lo 20.  the force," ' '  Yorkshire's Chimney.  Halifax hns a famouH mill chimney,  , built by a gentleman keenly interested  j in nrchi tec tart-,    It was n .Mr. Wnin-  ' house who built this hugo Btono octagon  chimney and provided it with u handsome  stono   ton.    A   staircase  twined  , round  tho shall  and  inside  the stono  | tower, and enmu out on n balcony at  - the top.    Abovo iho bnlconV a colon-  nude supported  a ninsslvn tloined  tup.  The chimney was never used, for Mr.  Wniilliout'd iold his ilyewnrks before it  To Bo tho Best Dressed City. "I"  <"������**P-������u-d,    'n^  ������>������;������������������������������  T"������������r  ,    ' stands ou the edge of iho ( aider \ allev,  lho great est decorum u hchemo ever   amt ������������������ R Htril.ing Inii.limiik fnr miles.  outllnod for    nny    city,   Aiuoricnii or j     VVest   Hiding  folk  ndb'A  ll   " Wain*  Luropean, has been prepared  for Hon   house"m Folly."   They could not under-  Htand anyone upending money to make  On discovering bin 1"*h thn M.l*. com  munlented with licotlnml Yard, bat be  foro tliii police could reply ho received  n  tiixi-i'iib which he hnd hired not only  thn bunk notes, but papers which show  ������d'lb i Identity of the owner.  cileiicn is Hint of the grave. Once a  day tlie cell doors ere unWketl ������nd the  li'li) wretches  march   out,   clothed   in   - ,-...- --.. r.j ...     hhrouds  nnd   with   faces covered   by  U'l-giiiiii  l'r\>m  iii.i   i .itiAi  ���������*-,.*,,��������� Imliufc , I.,**!.-., fir :* Jv j"''   "f   tViln   hideous  im that he hnd found ('it the sent of n j puniilimi-nt thnt none mny look  upon  the countennncej of his fellow prison-  ���������km, Few of them enduro'tbis tortur*  for more thnn 10 years.  Clergymen Barred.  St. tv i'1'..h t>lt! Personal far vice f'bib  fn Piecndilly ii* unique in thnt it nlto-  Cotli-*r (b'bnr- clergymen from heroin-  Jni' members, though It has tA resident  rhaplrin of iti own. Reotntlv, however,  thin rule hot* been relfii*-������l In favor of  tbo two Arehbl-hopi* itnd the Hishop ef  Batons for Admiral**.  There it n. rmor thnt the Kin)- is nbout  to revive hn interesting nnvnl custom  uhirh etisted In former dnys. At one  time Admiral* of the Fleet'nm! hftUm*  issued by the Sovereign upon their appointment, just ns Field Mart-hal- h*v������  to Any,   If the Kinir revives this em  Iodine,  loillno nets ns n honllng remedy ns  well ns n dl-iliifocinnt ond Is enpCiSnlly  helpful for wounds 'caused by rusty  nulls, etc  Ths Battle of Mukdtn.  Tlio greatest battlo of modern time*,  judged by tlio number of Ikes lost,  war tlio brittle of Mukden In tho Husso-  Jit-in-ic*** war. It Inst-Ml from Fob, 24  to Mnreh 10, \WS, Fully 1150,000 rtus-  nlnn* nnd -100.000 .Inpnnese took part  A-iproslinntely 12B.000 of tho former  and MbOOO of the hitter were UUIe-J  Ferf times.  The delicate odor of violet  or sandalwood that, clings to women's gowns!  nowadays is either subtle nnd fntcin- ,  ntlng or else vulgar.   To bo the former, i  it must bo ns mysterious in its comings  nnd goings n> the wind itself���������no drop  of  essence,  no  mnttcr  how   (lelicute,  must produce it.   Sachets thrown tiny*  whero nnd everywhere  in   tho  hun-im  drawers  mtljit  mnko  every  under-gnr*  nient frngnint, and wherevor the dresi*  maker elects to put a layer of wool  wadding,  thero  must  bo  a  sprinkling  of powder find n resting place.  The pcrfumo once chosen should be  the snmo nlwnys, until it becomes a  yni-t  r,f tho rifivcriiKiUty, nnd is tit much  nssoclnted  with  one   as  her  fin onto  coior.  Hero Is a list of the chief fenttiros of  tho docorntioiiH, for which ohtimiiti!*  have heen received bv the I'crtola  festival roin-nlttec: Ten miles of  green*, 100,000 flowers, 5M acres of lbigK,  BO tons of plaster for ttntuus, colonnades and thn like; 40,000 electric, bulbs  with 1,000,000 rnndla power, 10,0U0 gallons of-water for thu big fountain in  Union Square.  a mill chimney linndsonip. Mr. Wain-  hoiiHo nbo t-pent a huge amount in udd-  iiif" to his cottagii piopi'ily luniilMuiiu  innings, good porches, and v,oll-denigin'il  ������������������himneyH, Ouo row of humble Ikui-ti  Iiiih n gallery, lowers, and bridgci  worthy of a college. Thu Octagon Towir  in I'oimult'n'd by somo judgei-. lo be lho  flni'M piece of architect tno in tho town.  Wonderful Tea", ot Navigation.  A reinni'knblp font of navigation hat  been accomplii-hod by Captain (.'lini'lrs  (.'liarleton, who hailed the Liverpool  ship llnrohl, n \emol of 1,!M)',l tons,  laden with wheat, into Queenstown Harbor n few days ago,   ('nplain fMmrloton  london. who nro* honorary members.' torn, (*nch of the nine Admiral* of th<*  Thn flub wft* founded in King fleorge't Fleet will teeelv* a bstr.n. One of tha  roro-stlon veor, nnd none Imt 1'nlver- old-time ndmtfuW' bntons mny be ������een  lity ond public ichool men are tdwitted in thi* Koysl UniU-i B-mlt* IuiUtuUua  to roero- *nhi | Uuieum.  Arm Stranc****'  F.qimllty of strength In both arnil  occurs almost twice as frequently with  women at wllh mon, moro tnen thsn  wittm-n \xA\nt ���������trontttt' iu lb* ilgUt  inn tbfto lu tb* Uft.  A MovnhU Town.  For tbreo monthi of the, year the  town of Gnrtok In Tibet is situated nt  il.������ i.inmt t.-Wr-i it \% Aesiinnnted nn tho  unit). IJaring tbe other nino months  it ii not thero st til, but is nbout 40  miles farther south, nt a much lower  nltltudo. Climatic conditions nro tho  csuie of this migratory hnbit. When  the heat grows too inten������e for romfort  the whole town pucks up nnd, driving  the hfctiU <���������-.' yak*, it.dcp tu'.-l f.'-at",  moves up to the higher nltltudo and the  traders from India nt onm Wj-iii to  drift in.  Changing Perfumes,  Perfumes were In common up-* iu  the nncicnt world, but, views hnvo  changed an lo lho plrnmintiiL'*.- nl'  various odnri,    Tha unci I uf nloci is ...  mnv thought diMigrcciibl** ��������� by most . hnd brought his ship from AnMrnlln, a  people, but in lhe old days moos, both ! dis'iinco of lfi.OOO miles, without Ihe aid  im miliil oximet nud as -mud, formed a j wf n single olliccr. V'.lYiirts to Hnd oftl-  i "tni-ilo ���������tierfinno or nroinatic. Hahord, ! Cers nt Adelaide, Melbourne,.and Hyd-  uiiiroover, was it must pi/pi.ui p'l-.nt'j nil lulled, nml inn cnpu-iu nun if  i'uiii.* o'tli- !'.���������'���������' l^,",'-���������". "i'<] v-'--- '��������� > pV j!:i.-ji:.,'>'' ���������"���������'��������� I" f* I <���������"! ,'(,r V.t-.j'hnd  it, f'lv'nr in Kiigt-.ind until about lho I with a rr**-w--nll bul tun of whom nro  l-ith'ci'iiturv. ! foreigners -(gnorinit of nnvigiitmn,  :  .��������� :    Th.* \ou*.g.' Instil 1������>������ Aoy-.   I'rr <.n*  Ilumna Volco Alwpys Deopenlag.        pcii.nl ..f'si\ \\*'*'bn the. rnpMiin did not  ',,���������-  ham-,.   -i������o   -"-me,   ���������   -kuJ. ! U.  ^ ^^W^V^l^X.  Uonur     iv J t tl    I'I'i'Il    hiiei'l'MiiM'    lji'lirlu-     ''���������'���������   ���������"'.'-*���������' ,     ,      ,-   . .,     . ,,. ,  ,ioT   Among -ur  moro *������.,.,r,to\nc*.v J ������ ������f M*-**J������ ��������������� ������ 'I'"** ^"r ������"' " I1"''  tors  a   gcii'iiino   butt   tmro   ������������h   un    iit the t-bip.   known, niu I ������"(������'��������� t ot thnn nm;' in v. list j  mouI.I now   he  culled   falsetto   tones. J Kngngement Populwr,  Sitwndiiy.i    among    iniisrulino    hingers |     tj,0 rngngcmmt of Prince Arthur of  biiritoni* Miici'i are the mont rommoii,   rnnnnught nml tlio Du.'liepH of Vifo i1-  the timrtt  -u.l fhi-i'*- nro "f  n   I'mmt flii'bor than  thoy Mtftv S't >rtir������ ng-i.  What About Half-  Artful IK'---"-.    "Cnn't y������r tpnrc u  iwcr r.n.n is ���������liilbti', I'mIvI"  I'n-'orby:    "I   sh'llii.g!    I   ������h<n;|.l  onl*.  * Br������-rlUet.  The love of houicwifery it inherent, .  \ in everv womsn, though it h������������ ot'rn to - think not, ������mi-id,,( Urnilr*, ><-- re  ha fT*w<i-*-| tut Vv 1h������ rA-.llij-tif'iy Af   l.tir.-Hn *-n������������ ey-  other  int.rftti,  or   sUrved   frora    in        Artful ll^gur:    "\\cll, then, e������t  ,ultion. I >#r rnak*- us \auatt, 1>������I> I  Con  v.'i  t \iffii'cly   fijriMtnr nre in   liritnin  Hoth  nro grrnt  invorilos with all ttr  I'nnti .if viii-lotr.    Prime Arthur rnilly  tnV'-n the j-sltn ttn tho homUemr st un*:.-  hor of tho lloynl Vninily, with tl.o c%  ropt'K'ii pi-ihap* of li-i fplhrr, tl*o l)'ih*t  iif  Cnnnntight,    ivhotn    h������    rloi-oly  n  ������i������mblot.   A������ r^prMK-ntMivo ������.f tin- Kb'*;  I-.* fe*^ f 1-5-y<*������1 mrny ptirli ^ud hiu iii.-ilo  liio*,-������elf prr������Anii grnfn in not f 1} -.li lk*  tiiitt ett-ittiU ������t th* *vii*i.  'I  1  Pi ev^.-VfcM.*-!..'.     1*-"  i   1**Tr*1l4..*vt*tVln  nvrrttt  ������������������K-MMmttia^S^^  i ���������i-  -   ti*i -r   ��������� m ft- T-t <   -*,���������n i.iuinpn  ���������I-" l,l*?1le������>-1*-**t'>->----   -'���������r������-������"-^Vfv..-y;  i������-������-[^M������-*y������i*l|-^^j-*--g^  , -fgpi! -S^W-S. X5^B-fl*M.AM%), flfljff-iS-H -���������OJL^M^A._,  * ^.^SflWff-E^'g-aiBS-n  *     -.���������j*-.  y**^*l������*->*iy.li"*������<*,**i   ������������������Vy���������1?*^.**^1'*1  v        ���������. ���������*..      - - -.... ..,*��������� ,,'<.."-."   ��������� .-*., '   -".'" "-     ' ., ���������'.; i,*,:i.T.'"fc"'���������,^~">~"   s  WALLPAPER BARGAINS    ���������  To make room for pur new stock of 1914  - - paper, balance of old Stock ��������� -.-  ^1 ���������'isi*-n-iji-Mrm^-it-tn-'tr       ^������-������i������ *aa*t a\ mi-wi���������fun i*aa*wammi**mm*wammr        i a***m tmmus amammtW  at once.   Call and get prices.  A new lot. ck Cabinets,'Barretts and Malfc  iiblc.Beds'just ODened out.  A full line   of   Pillows,   Blankets,   Stoves  and Ranges to choose from.  The Furniture Store  Mct'lH-c n*,,ic.  A. IHcKINWON     t-'*.mbCTla..d  ** *"****>w**ar*<: tun*****. **-  *������? C?  l-Ui*.' 3  --..S. .1.3. lu  Rm    m  VK-wrvinKHj  GO TO-  l)  ������r  ���������Tlio I'ullowino; i.s th** li,-;t of  ���������.''���������"i/-.'-* tt) lit) ir.vunlfd ."it Ilio CSfsis-  .^jiii'i'ii'.lc  I lu 11 wliich wi'i   lio   la-jii  in tii*.' U.'.iyn Hal),   ou Kri'lf.y ,ov  i(i'ii!n,j;l Ntjvoiiiliur  1 I,   iiiiiloi*   tho  iiiisnit'i.'s of.tliu ly.M.Vv .-c,l' A.  D'.'A lii'i'.-*-**")-.! hi']V.i [Wi'/A*,   goods,  ,Ciiiiip!it)ll Jiros, vul., . .$7.-50.  Host diussinl "gout, prizo, sliofs,  jliloul Store,   val    (5.00.  [Iie.st natjiinal .clisiracWM*,- prize,  A. H. PwyV.,...'....  4.00  Bust Eustninod character, prize,  ���������jC.  Musiiito   4.00,  Ik'.-L cow  girl,   gonth  uy  >r  ie .  iFiirhiny  IJro.s., val.' ".   iVOG  'l.o-it.liobo,  prize   \i\   iVhii ocelli  ���������IJ.os......   ...........' 5.00.  ���������Best oluu'ii, prijw hy J.J. C.   Gat  .ago .... I...... .  ,5,00   _Ii idsl_iid_v.iii.t J so nioi i.t. !,_*>. f*(L  Bust nijii-iise'iitaliyo of IJ. M. \V.[  ,or A .V.;".../ BOO. '  tti-st lliiworgirl".-- ....   4.00.  lit'st old lady, prizi* by M.itelioH  $ Mc Noil.'../.'...'..   2 50. '���������  Bost old ������011.1, jdjayiiic**  sot   h\  A. M(*Kiniip*i._ ,ynl. 2.50. -  "B������-*t 'I^p.sy,' pme by W. Mo ,  ^oilmi.-...,. V..'..'.. ..'..   2,00,- :  Prizo waltz,  lady, priz-i liy Star  ���������J.ivory Stablo...   2.50.'  Brizo waltz, gent, ,pri/,u by ���������11111  ���������borland J.ivorv Stablo 2.50,  1 , a  Bi-izo hvu-s-tep,   lndy.  pi'izo h\  ,'Star lAyyyy St-ible   2.50.  IrVi;se.t\v,o .ytop, gout, jirizo   by  [CiMijIiorhiud J^vo^',3fab)o 2 yO  Prizo rMiTHl Wftltsf, Judy,  prize  ���������by I'). Anderson   2 50  I'rizo round ivaliz. gonf,   goni'p  oliil. bug, T.U.IiiiiiMT-1 2.50.  I'rizo ihi-oo hl.op,  lady, prize by  ���������17 fcifliivarilo....'. ....'2.50.  I'l'iKo llii'oo Mo,p. gout, di't's.-ini;'  ,"iii-*i������ liy T, Illi-ksoii... vtil. 2.50  I'rizo lii������lilaii(! holiotiisolio, ln.lv  ,,,,..,..,,    n '<)ll,  I'rizo liiglilniiil f-olmllititlio, gou!  ,j.ipo by J, B.inio, \;i!   2.50,  I'l-izos in oasl; }\<^ Kpooijiod in  ,i|ih ab'ivi- Imvo boon fiiibscribod ii\  .ilio fi'lUi'.ving:���������Mos-rs W. llnd  M)ii, II. Conru'l, K. Wiloox, F,  )1111 lord, C. Dulloii, A. I\ Glon.  (t'iwnhorl:iiid Xu\\>, Simon I.oit-r.'-,  .I iM-.i-ior, V. Boiiom,',!, J'utfor,  ami f.yn i-ynipiitliizori.  i  HUGH MITCHELL  von YO.mi  Genl Blacksmifhing;-  .-AND���������  ,  Horseshoeing  Tliird St.       Cumberland,  |lp. DUNNE, TAILORfl  "K       '-^^ 1 : ���������-,-,.  ���������,"   ��������� ��������� ���������: : :���������; : {r.-* ;   -* v������  I Every  Man's  Desire        1  S js to m H  S^m'^BSBSSStSOSSfXSSX^f fits  Dressed  Hsive your Clothes TailorrMadc.  .Eastern Suits made-to-order  '" From'$15 to $25 ,  ;.$15tO $25,  P. DUft^E  AGENT" FOR  ���������^  .f  MGNT-REAL  AND  ������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������<r  Wood  Wood  Wood  |>    Now is ,the timo to place  (?)  yi'iir .o.rdor   i'or    SMB  WOOD  ���������) ������2,50.. .por doul-lo load  S $1*50.... po,r single J.oad  | . " ' .."   Prom The  | Star Livery Stables f!  ������XJX������X! :<������(������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������(iXa]  ^"���������^.���������.���������^���������.���������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������.������������������������������������i  OUT  :  The local qiiJ ���������}.'���������;t til' coal is  I'lawliin; up. October having 5S-  o6i tons 10 ils (-rt.'(li4. Tlio  .more f,oal tho iii"rc   money.    IT  wo woro like Nnnaiuio. llie ma-  joriiy of us would bo in tlie poo:r  liou"*-���������, ior wc liavc litilc   beside  for the Milk wago^  with the Green-Box        $,  * FRESH MILK AND  ������j  I   FARM PRODUCE   ���������  ��������� .Out lljlk- is the product  %      of the HestPed Cows  I FRESH   JVIIU-C  ^ Delivered iiioruing&' evening  I I, MARUYA  Chicago -i\  v? Tma\ " l^ou *****  & ^w      \Yo gtiariiu'.ee stylo,  fit and,workmanship.      -'rX\>*i  ������ a*m\      JUteet M'tdtvs,'Ne.wopt Fab'Hos, 250 S'iniplw    ' / jX ^  " ���������     SVAmB *t ' '   <   * ������������������     ������������������ ���������'I" 1    Ha*'*?^   (Set  .������ -Sgx - '        \������ ������.*  CC������������*���������������S*S������S*S������������������������������������G���������������e������ .-S���������Ce������������������CS������������S"������������������������������S@S������S*������������  T^'Vl^'*'--^**^**^^ -V*W-*^<^^*vr������r--^^  MAROCCHI BROS    *f  8$   BAKiRS  AND *P,ROP*RIETORS .OF  .  PUMBERLAND  BOTTi'Np WORKS  ^g;ents for jPilseiier Brewing Com pan)'.*? BEER  ���������r \Vdiolesale-Dealers*in-all----K'irids-of���������������������������  yVin.es. and Liquors..  f\  SECOND   STREET  ���������*cyvt*|-,-*'j*-'>-^-^^ ->***������i������va-������������w������-������^^  nwwmii  w/H~--V.������������������  4rH44>**H*4---*K'-H^  I     MEKCHA;NT  TAILORS  Ladies' & Gentlemen's Fashionable Tailor  ���������TIMBEU SALE ^,Q7  SEALED TENDERS will he  rocoiveil hy lho Ministor of Lnmh  not Liter than noon on tho 21st  day of iNovomhor, 1018, fnr the  pure-hawo of Timhor Liounoo X 07,  oovciiiig Lot, 4S-I-, Craoroft Island.  Two yours will bo allowed i'or  tho I'omoval of ih<i timhor, Par-  tiuiilars of Chiof Forester Victoria  H.O,  SUITS MADE TO ORbER   from   $2*   Ui $535 for lho    J  X Cleaning, I'l'ossing and Roj ail in^*, -f  t t  ������ Davis Block,     Cumberland. i  *I**^M**W*"H*^*^*M-*,H"*I***!"^"W"t*W" "i*-M*-fr-W"^"I"J"'i"^"M"M,^"W*,*l**i**l"l<  FEED! FEED] FEED  [1     A. .B. O^AWEOEB, BARN  ra A largo . stock"of-short?,   bran, crushed .oats,   hay-a  yj       poultry fu.d for ealo at .exceptionally." low .prices, '  Phono- 32  .Courtenay  ^P���������������^cr!ag:r<;^T tgpga*-n������swBaaa������ ^-a-CMrn-nii mum im.iu -aomtamnmszauir  g  iS  iKii'i'iixiiiiiiKiiiniii i**<iiiii!<i*'"i-::-ii!uiiiiiiiuiiiiiii!ii!^  OUR STOCK OF  fc  S  1  5=  is nooi illmost   :  Complete  ,;���������*    .and will be .nil .oponed   up  for  inspection  on  o    .Saturday.     Mako your soloolions now  while  the stock is now and clean  Men's and Ladiori' 'Coat   Sweaters,  Undor*;  -.wear, Hosiery, Children's Hoods ami Hockey  .Caps,   Ladies'    Waists,  Shawls  and   Fanc*y."  ��������� '; '  Motor Hoods. ���������     '        '   ,  Gent's, Ladies''& Children's House SIfppecs  Blankets, Comforters, etc.  y-  -f'*i  m  IH  t '1  |C"TH1 "IDEAL"1 STORE    Noxtto^Ta.-heiis  !i!:linii:!!li!!!!lil!i;illl!|-!i;i!!|||||i:i!!!i!iaiR||ill(l!!l|||lilj|,ll!ll^  tru-cra-wK.-*"-im*i���������iM^Mif-nMraiwiwiBiju >IHM||iriWlM<<,.ni^ahpft^WTTra<r^^.M  ^IJiililililhlllllllllllllliilll-iliililiillillliilliillHIillllllli!;!!;;!!;!;;;.!^  ,,,,, yjn^wmg;;;..^ m. I j  I  Capital Paid.Up$ U ',5G-5,O00... Reserve $13 000,000 \\  i'ii  The Royal Bank of Canada.  i DRAFTS   ISSUES)   IN   ANY    CURUKNC.Y,   PAYABLE   Al.Lj'n  1 OVELt   THK    WOKLD.  -  n  -it  i SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & iiitnun M  if at hifrheat,  Currt-nt Hales alu-wid 011 iK-poMt** of $1 aiid-upwarde.   (%  aUM331LA:J0, B   C , B--iiaoh, Opin Dail/  UNION pAY, B.O.   Sub-Branch, Opon Tuesdays & Fridayo  D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  i*\l  NOTICE ia liornly ghe.n tlmt on the  liiHt ilay nf l).c lu������>er ncU application will  im limit* to tlio Siipiiiiiiti.'mliiiit of I'Mvin-  ci il Polico f r thu rouuwnl of tho liotnl )i-  oumi 11 hiII Ji(|iji.r,s Iij rulull i.i tlm Intel  known uh 'lm WonilliuH Sitippiiij- Ploco,  i uu a nt Oy������tur Itivur, in tlm province nf  ������������������Iii Mi Columhi.-i, A'uiir. \Voi>nrii:s.  Uuii'tl OutuU'i ], l!H,'I,  ������������������*"������������������" ���������  ���������" ""'���������'-"���������iifin r  XOTICl' in lifioliy (,'ivnn thut on tho  lijhttla i.fy I/n!������iiilii;* nii-tt nppllt'iition will  li" 11 mio to to tlm Stipcrintuudont i.f I'm-  vine.ul I'l.lico, Vietniiii, fur n ronoival ot  1 lc* li.itol li(!fiiBo lo 'ell lii-uom by rotnil  ilu- li"ti.'I known nstliu Cniirtouay House,  '"l I       I     e I    ft    ,       I ,       11   ,-.  ...   "^     ...... t.i ,  . i.K..  .1l>!0- 31-   JwJNJJ'ti.V.  ooi.l   money   10  d.-jiou.!   upnn. |    i>, (J,i (MoImt 1, i'.)i;i.  Tliii*   is   tho   jijain   truth*    say > JUJ,^mrm  .what vou iiuiv aliout it.    AVcnitl  . :j, ,_.'.;������������������ ....',....,,.,. 1,t   i.���������t    ,,-,,1     l''Ai    SAL|.*,   -f'UKAP���������NVw  an- n-'l jul-ihuit hy any moans i Mami*. -Sandaid Plioiiograpli;  ovor the coiuliiion of afhir^lur- /1(,Ul'r .ll(Jl'������ t-qipped with '-Tiz  jiif-Uicpastihiitcc-iiniiiiiihs. It i*" )"'������ oi.iisin;<*.iuu; nutomatic  oould have huen   boMi-r.   and   it  ij'";!l ���������"'<y^ot>, imd a dozen  re  I)o'.iioii.i'r.������iu>n  at I'<������\vcr  Get ^our Shoos Fixed m\. Time,  It's Yoiiv Gain A%.& Mine*  rj rouRTENAY,   H.O,    Briincb,'   Opon Daily. ***  j '_     R. I-h HARDWICK^, Mzinng&r,      '' '.^.���������'.',.   |  %;!lli:illli;!lllll!llll!ill,'lli:illlil!ilii'llii;illlll!|lil!il!lllllli||!IIW  -'���������"���������" ��������� iiiii������������i������mM������acmmiiOTKia������miii..M^Mu^i..^M<MM^^ ,  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  Ml -U*ra-U*M-H*M  lieslie J. Aston  PRACTICAL BOOT  ^���������rSHOE-MAESB  Dunsniuir Avenue,   Cumberland.  mc\Mmwmmr*mMmmmvm\ nt��������� ntrm'tmm*a*wmm ii-*iiMi--*-i m*rmm*+*m> T-w-n-m-wwu-i  nwi-m *rmtm%i*.*kmv''mmitm 1 n 1 imtmu nmwumi ti m '--***r"a;^������r-ei* <ti,t\,m-***%. j+tm "������->w>jr-������*Tn -?���������  =V. BO^O^R:  Manufaoturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. 13 OX 4R'J  PJiONB ao,...  CUMBERLAND  1 Ti  **]  ft  4  ���������HMMiwnHiaxwuviaiLUBMv&wxKi (CMin  wummmotxi aijunismemtrtsam*mjiit\  IF YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  ������(k.4*W������*     ***���������������������������������-���������������.  The  11 Jf W  B B      Hilmill     HV fl Ml     hh m na  WAN SAil KIN i-L*  -**-*-  STO RE  Jaaao  Get out in the open on an E  jiiinht have been   ������   ������f".-it   dt*al   ,  '.. >���������   ���������      ^i.-.* (' -i*  v ��������� '. ������������������ 1     Ii 1 ���������   n,U5r;i"' U m' H������ Kl'w  VtUlrtC,       ,illii   Iml*.    v*-   il.il.      ll.lti 1  onr little say-*-n-   nud   tin:  liunpl  in uiir {.laniiim wliich   ..'int.i.ii.-i  i* hi- !/"':c down,  we t*-M .;������������������*.!. -  ,1 1,1:1b il n������l   is ah   ii.'1'.i,   .* i*.  vi ii t.������ iiiitic tu it'.' nli iiiih".  IOR KICNT-- A furnished  ������in. Apply Mrs. James Ab-  ���������-. . M.itvpjrt Avn;uc.  ���������f^w^WBi-jpwriiii t*k ���������������  tass  General Merchants and Bakers  f-T 'l'*.-"."* "Ji. I11 i1 '���������������������������irWl-'-t-MMr-'fi^iy i.m+*M*������������  P. O. Box"262 Cumberland. B.C,  asSEBDHECS  ������WJ...������'*t*^.**l2*������  i*I������-'J frui-ij-t'iiMi  Pewori Snred nnd Rmltironce tnevjutied  I������y nny other moloreycle. Coitu next 19  notluni** to n*.������ii������������*������in. lUiier tu ride tban  f Jifoycle,   Needi no Karaite.  You never know tbe  true exliilirtticn ol  molorcycllnil   till you  rlde  the IndUa���������  j*^   m  enkpc-piaay ihe JVli Indian,     ft |tf  Ths new comfort fc������tore|  mnko it imore than ever the  perfect motorcycle, Vibration nud  jolting don't esiit.  Thos. Plimley  r  739 YATES STREET  vimvm'* gMcixj;aA*  vicrory.*, w. c.  nBrnn*-*


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