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Array ���������       m  ^ ���������    ;    ���������"  !      i"    ^    j**   .*"   **               Y    ���������                  *             .           '     ���������    ,        .*,    ,        ^ .'���������*-">**:  '*y/  *������*.-X-." / ��������� ���������> -  "���������* v./ - <-������*& .'  i,              n  #: ^^yl/^-^ .���������(������?. **. ��������� #&  ,,, -*-a������������.-*^    * / ..-*            1        f ���������   ,.  i\m     J?tt  ^���������JJc    ->  /X*5  NEWS  ft  Devoted ,Bspecidl!y to the Interests of Cumberlandand SuiTOundlng District  Hi.-na������.MT������,.iii    m.^i^ff*.  ���������rw���������hi i.*****a*w-*-*fjej-*tt.%iff*w*w- -g< ���������%-*--*m.w  Thk Kkwb, '-Twrntv-First''Ykar  CUMBERLAND, B. C, WEDNESDAY,  SEPT. 10, ;9i4-  SURSCKIPTlON $1.00 A Y'KAR  '^^^������������2S32������^������;^^  WE HAVE JUST bad   del-  i\eifd to us*over  " FIFTY BOYS SUITS  which we are placing ou  sale  EACH  82.95  A goo 1 assortment of boys-  suits, 28 to 33,'made of, good  servicable tweed '   ���������>  ; PRICE $3.75.  Extra Special Values' in������������������ Better Grade  of Cloths in Suits  for Boys Prices  - $4*5������ to $9.50  .<&���������������������������  WWi-M M  ""���������-&-Company,, Limited,  J  % ...  The Patriotic Tntercessory service in Cuinberlaiid Hall on  Tuesday iiiglii was well attended  aud deep interest taken in the  service, which was very impressive. -    , '  ���������1  Tho following is the program,  which we thought woll to publiali:  OPENING HYMN  0 God our help in ages pint,  Our hope for years (o conic,  Our Bhelter from the stormy blast,  A.nd our Etorual home.  1  Beuoath tbe ehndow of Tby Throne  Still may we dwoll secure:   ,.  Sufficient is Thiuo arm alono  And our clefeooe is suro.  Boforo the hills in order' stood j  Or earth received her frame,  From evorlasting Thou art God,  To endless years the same.  0 God our help ia ages past.  Our hopo for years to como,  lie Tbou our guard whilo troubles ���������  last  , Aud our eternal homo.  - ���������Auieu  SPECIAL PRAYER FOR THE WAR  - Rev'd. C. A. de Vere White  0 Lord God of Hoste, by Whoso per-  mist-ion nation risolh against nation, Wbo!  usost their swords for' Thy Judgments,  aud at Thy Word uiakest wars to cease iu  all tbe world; purify us we pray Theo  from nil sin.in our share of thin prosent  strife, aud bring it speedily il it pleue  Thee to n-tnuvaud liiaihig peace* giant  to all who light for us. by sea-Qclland.  true coinage m duuger, aud merey in vie  J For lo, the <iays are baateniug on,  Hy prophutH soon of old,  When with the over-circling years  Shall como tho timo foretold,  When the new heaven and earth shall own  The Princo of pence thoir King,  Aiid.tiio whole world semi back tho song  Which now tho Augela aim*,-���������Anion.  PRAYER  Rov'd. Jiuuoe Hood  Collection 0  HYMN���������For in Timos of War,  0 God of love, 0 King of Peaco,  Mako wms throughout the world,  to cease;  Tho wrath of sinful man restrain,  Oivo Peace, 0 God, givo peace ngiiu,  Remember Lord, Tliy works of old,  .Tho wondois that our fathers told,  Remember uot our sin's dnikatain,  Givo poatxV'O God, give pence ngtiiu,  Whom Bhull wo trust but Thoo, 0 Lord ?  Whoro rest but on Thy faithful word ?  Nono ever called on Theo iu viiiu,  -Give peace, 0 God, givo peace again.  WliPre saints aud angels dwell above,  All hearts are knit in holy love ;  0 bind us iu that heavenly chain,  Givo peace, 0 God;' give peace again.-  ���������Amen  ������      '       y ' -.&������������������  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  "the square DEALING HOUSE."  The. Bally  ��������� Thoy sny, -'She is old, this Kng  laml���������Old nml Ium* diidren  fow;  And scrtttovud I'm* at tho- ends   of  OlU'tll  Kuc.h with his work 'to do.  Emili iliinking only of wtmltli.niid'  \wlf,  und no dim thinking of hor���������  Slnill wo cull thu puck���������hor hiuule  nro full���������  Blnill wo hilo���������-plio'ciimiot sUi' 'I  Did Bin* cry for holp our Knglaud?  Wlmi, m'od luul hIio to bill���������  Tho yell of eimrliiio" hounds  wont,  forth,  And was hoard by   hor childron  i *ill-  Soiiu <.il' thoir soiu"   uud their ohil-  d roi is soiu*,  .  Kvom tjiu-whiti*   tu   tho   (orid  zouo;  Jlriliumiii'ii brood,  brood ��������� of   hor  blond ,.,  And bono of hor vory bono !  Soo fioiu thu I'u'lds of old Ireland,  'I'Iui children about hor knon  And sou from   Scotland."   luvithor  hillh,  Tlm freo sons of tho fri'o,  Ami mio from Irohiud's   huts and  luill������'.,  Ilravi'st thoy of lho bravo-���������  Tim Kuipir-jthat thoir huii'ls have  built,  lior loyal sons will sivo !  ' !<iiiiuliiiiis- ulrnii'lil. - us   llm   nino  tree*--  Thai piorcii lho   Now   AVorld's  Tlu'y droiim of un li-lo tlmy   havo  not aii.'ii,  And proudly for it would die J  Aud sou how undor tlio   t-Southorn  Cl'OS*!  Aui-li'itltii'*" tjour:   ..tsnt'l forth -  Vea. :i;hi-!; Imw tlio  noedlo of iov.  rtlty  IViiut^ *"ti'.i!f:*--t lo ilu- North !  ���������'lULLY1' DOES TUK.TILING  "      ,   UP JUJOWN.  , On Friday ovoi:ing last, tho  gonial proprietor of tho Motel  CumboWaiid, Wiil. Murrifiwl'l, iir  vitod our firomen and friends, to a  filling np, with chanlpaguo, of  tho rocontiy won liiroinou's trophy ut Alberni, Tho- cup itf a  largo ono, and took about fifteen  buttles of this high priced liquid  to lill it to lho brim. It. did not  take any moro time to - do iiwuy  w.i'li lho contents of the cup,'than1  it did io till it. Mr. . M or ri field"  was particulurily happy on this  occanion, and delivered a brilliant  congratulatory speech, wliich was  followed by Messrs T, I.), micheau.  T. Hunks and C. Parnliam, with  hrilliuiit oratorical ifl'ort.-*. It  was a feast, for tho gods.   -������������������<8*    '  Mrs John Jack arrived homo  from a scvoral months visit to  Scotland. Mrs, -lack is glad to  got back, Sho was in Franco ut  tlm outbreak of (the war, and had  to hike. '  Cumberland defeated Hovmi at  football on Svnday by a score of  I���������0, It waii a hot game, Ihr  van contested ovory   inch   of   tlio  ground,  mkimMVtmmamwmmtvmMHt**m\*a*  From tbo Kant and   llm West, tlio  Indies  Aud iles i f the fnrlhi-st win*.  No son of the blood but hoars and  nAifi  'Mlas tho Mother  need of ivie'C'  AiiiitJio yelpings coiieo, tlio cringing hounds  iSlunv now neither fain nor  tongue���������  They said,   "Thi-"*  Knglad.) in ,,]d  nud we���������lk,,,  All'i  lo. : ll" ir   Ml'illg, mul  viiung !  Daniel M. IJ.:iidi-i>oii,  t>>ri; for their support and eomfo'r.tj be  with all wbo suffer-iu.our' forces and in  the -forces of the enemy, with the prison-  em and captives, the''sick and the wounded ahiitho dying, tho fnthisrbss children  nnd the widows, aud ull that are desolate  and opprc8S-.d- and we would specially  commend to Thy Futhi-rly care', all thoso  wbo lovo us and are lonil by us, who  have icBpuuded to the eall of duty, that  Thouwouldest keep tbem.ever under Thy  protection, to guard them, support and  stroiiKtheu them, to keep them from nil  evil whether.of soul or body, aud iu Thine  own good timo to bring them homo to ur  in-aiii in pence- finally, we humbly beseech  Thee, 0 Hu'avenly Puthor that Thou wilt  mercifully overruleallthiiigain these troublous tiinoa that thoy miy issue permanently in blessing to Tl y people, in tho spirit  of true brotlicriioou among Christina na-  tioiiB, iu tho re-union'of Christendom in  iii faith nnd love and in tho oxtonaion of  our liodoomur's Kingdom. AIL of which  wo ask th rough Josua Christ our hord.  ���������Amen  1st Lesson, ������������������M:ioalij, OJtuiptor IV,  llov'd. James Hood  Chairman's Address  HYMN  My (iod, my Father whilo I stray,  Far from my homo on lifo's rough w,������y,  0 tcaoh mo from my heart to sny,  Thy will bo done,  Though din-It my path uml and my lot,  Let mo bo still and murmur not:  Or broatlio tho prayer divinely tuujjlit,  Thy will bo done,  What ilirtngli in lonely crlof I sigh  For fr-ondn Imlnvod no lungci' nigh,  SuhiuiHiivti utill I would reply,  Thy will bo iloiio,  Uonow my will from dnv to dny,  Mlond it with Thine, mid tnko awny,  All that now mala'** It hard to miy,  Thy will be dono.  Then, whon on unrlh I Imnilhu no hkim  Tho pniyor oft mix oil will) tnuni before,  I'll uiiig upon a happier Hhoro,  Thy will bo. luno,  ���������Aimn  Addroac by Tho Rov'd, Wm, Elliott  Second Losaon; St. Luko, Chuptor 2,  Voraoa 8-14.    Rov'd, Wm,Elliott  '   HYMN  It ciune upon the midnight olenr,  That glni'ioiiK song ol old,  1'r.nin AiikoIh bonding nuar lho earth  Tn touch io'-ii iiiiipini gotil;  '���������Ponci* mi the Mirth gnud will tcnu-n  From hoavrn'H all grnelouH King ! "  Tlio world iu Hiilflinn utilliioHB lay,  To hear tho angel.* King,  Still lliroilRli tlio cloven tldet they eomc,  WUh ppi|(iiifnl ii-i'i'i.i iiiiFin').'.',  And htill Uuiir lu-.ivt'iily inu.-iu HuuIk  (I'or all Hu* wniiry world ;  Above ltn imd and lowly jilnjiiH  Thoy biMiiJ nn lioveni.g wing,        "  And ever o'er its Ilahul fidiinilii  The blcH-uil iingeli-i Ring.  VA with th" ivnoti d( :U\ iind >li!f\  Tlio world hau HiilU-rcd long;  niriditll tile AiiijuIn M'r'.lu luive r ilU"l  T\V'i thou-ionl yi'iir- pf wmng  And nmu, nt, war with mini, \\0\ra iM  The btvi'-Nniig wbii'b tlu-y tiring :  0 liindi (hn tjcinn, ye men of Hii iff.  And hour tlm nugiU Mng !  Prayer I'or Unity And Peace  Rev'd. 0. A. .do Vore Whito  Tbo Lord's Prayer  and  ' Tbe  Grace  , Rev'd C. A. deVero White   ,  THE   NATIONAL    ANTHEM  God save bur Glorious Kin"-,  Long live*our noble King1,  God save the King, ���������"'  Send him victorious,  Happy and glorious,  Long to reign over'us,  *G^i"laveTlie~KTiis:.   ���������  ��������� '���������   ~T"  Thy'choicest gifts.iii stove   ^  On him be pleased to pour; -  Long may he reign;   ���������  May he,defend our laws,  And ever give us cause  To sing with heart and voice,,  Go-cl save tbe King,  Oui loved Dominion bless,   ���������  With peace and happiness,  From shore to shore;  And let our Empire be,  United, loyal, free,'  True lo herself ;md Thee  For evermore.���������Amen  FITTING   ACCOMPANIMENT   to the advent ������  * '$���������  ot better times.    Here is where a  delist has its &  highest purchasing   value.     To   make   room   I'or   6������*w  *������    .  "   " (v '���������"  ������  <g). goods and to realize CASH, .*we arc offering season  able aud desirable goods at prices that will surely res  ult in their complete clearing. ���������������������������  Please note this sale is to be-short aua decisive   "  -ONLY���������FOUR���������DA YS-  E V E R Y B 0 D Y'       W H L 0 0 M E !  A  WatcH' For Posters Quoting Items  ������    Sale to open on vSaturda'y   morning, Sept.  19th, .1914  ���������and ..to continue until���������     . .  Wednesday, September 23rd, inclusive,   .  vy,'  1������  ������  ������  I  Goods pm chased at this  sale not returnable.        .   frt  Terms of sale��������� S T R I C T L Y    S P O T    C A S. H ll  .' . - ~&~>~~-     r- >. .. y<  ,   - ��������� -1 i> -       1,   '  -"-    ^^o-goods-clKir^xl-nrxcep-t���������atn^glTi^^^^  8" ���������  ������  ������  I  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  f     THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  \-S*. m~+.  1 Phone 10  ������  <#���������  0-  P. O. Box 100. $  y|)  0  i  (���������>),- uo  () . Wv  & ' ' M  mmtiwmk****.**. -ww*wim  Mrs il, rf, Wior left on Fridny  Uw Yii'Uii'ia, uu n visit to' her pn-  nuits, Mr. nnd Mrs,  <)',   H,    Me-  Grugor  Win. Hii-.ks, nl' thu Gideon  I I-i ok t" J'ifinn Co., Victorm, h in  town this wiink..  Britain wuiuk no niMvillinn-  ������������������nbji'i'.ts; Mud ihn cju'eker soinc  p"0])lc ivuli/'o tho flint lho bi'ltoi'.  Conslable Ward will hi- bud-  in Cuinberlaiid shoilly, so it is  reported,    lit' hu.. urriivd.  (iruiid I'utriDlic. Coiii'i'i'l in thr  jlo-lln Thi'iiiri' up ilu- cvi'iiinniil'  Si'ptoinbi'r  !i������">ili.  According to ollicml  stutiMiieut  ' (uid holp tlui Uritish liuipiro if  ,ip to dull', Gorniiiny   hns lost one  iielnmt. und lluv.o siilifiugOF.. ���������  Hill  llmhinis  must,   havo been  I burn,  they were nil li]:o'vyon.  Yon need not gut unro ut the  wholo Hritii-h Empire beoaiwo  you iiru out of 11 job.  It wmld tiikoun  enrtlirjiuiko to  move thu pi'ople of (himhorhuid,  , L^. .  Am wo   of   the   Aiij^lo h.-;ixoii  I'lll'C }.  '���������Imh' llm lovo uf  Miku'-   nho-w  i*oniu I'lithusi.isin, ���������  -*>-  Thu boys urn eiithusiiiKtic. ovi-r  ihrir (dvic reci'ptiou. It wn*- it  {-ru ml 11 ii'iu y(()  W you e.in't t'i und lieurinj.*;  (Jod 8mvo The Kii)p' iiiiin-. :;o to  the other sidu of ihu line, und  Any tluM'u*���������if thoy will  liuvoynij,  Tlii'i'i.1 tiri- oueiisinna wIkui bluth  fi-t-kilt'ii should   ki'i'k   tbi'ii'   juw  liicklu iind up,  Mr, Win. Urooksbihil;, of  I'lince Kupi'tt, was in town this  week.  .h5..-..H.,*..-,.-,,*..*,.w,.H..H^  ?  V  x  *. *  7  v  -:���������  ���������������*  V  J-jr** 111S hcii)^ tlu* linv.* for showing  . I new fall clothing stylus-���������tho nrtui  , *       who li.ts worn -  CAMHULLL t- CLOI HtNG  will just n.'iiiirnlly 140 "ilong to tin;  C;\mplxill's Ch'thin*^ Sho]) on Dunsinuir  Ave. will set! and buy his row lull suit.  Ifyou ;irc looking for clothing that is  most s.ittsl'uctory iu look*; ;im.l s'Tvi<T.;)o,.i  too will wear Can]|)ljcll's this winter.  AMPBEL'LS  ���������fv.^'    *���������������������������-[ rMf-ni-NnaiM Kk������y  H~������-i-i-:-:*^tt-K*-!-'^  -V THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.
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A Debt
Discharged
^v    There was
^Vi  eye; he wa
I  ci-   ever   r
t
By Edgar  Wallace
Ward,  Lock    &  Oo,    Limited
Londor,  Melbourne and Toronto
-       ��
There was a light of triumph in his
as mere ohcer'ul than He;d-
rcmemtierfcd    having    seen
I him.
i    "Good-bye, Mr."   Granger    Collaak,"
he said, and offerk' his hand
She looked at him with that tantnlfs-
ing smilb i. hers, but did uot take it.
"Good-bye," she added, "you muct
come and tee ma-- when I am 'in tho
swim again.' '
* "Must 1 wait so long?" ho asked. It
was a crude rtjc-nder, and he knew ' remember that batch of French notes
ould tiink of uothidg bet-i'that were^givpr. to, you?"
"JMaple," he said brusquely, "do you
ii, but he coult
ter to say.
l Continued)
"Yes," sho sa- '., as she flicked the
match  into  ilu.  fire,  "Mr.
Hell  has been  very generous to me,
most Kcnerous in his Judgment.''
"The  soul   of  honor,  1  think
your phrase,'.' fa! i Helder.
"Now, Tiger, I want you to.,fa;or
me with your memory," said Held��r.
fie and  bis assistant    had  met in
f-nn-^i-n'-k  ^VAe Par'.? ��� Tluy were walking *?'ow
u ,ly in ihe direction of Kensinaton Gar-
J dVns.  wlu-re the loungers aro few,
1 want you,*' continued Helder, ''to
was i
Maple's head moved feebly
"Do you?" said He'.der. "What did
ycu  do  with   those  notes?"
Maple closed his eyes with a v-'-'ary
gesture as though the subject had no
further in'oi est Zor him.
"What did vou do with them?" repeated  Holder   "Speak!"
He  grasped   the  bony  shoulder  of
nmember the circumstances in wh'ch'tbe sick man anl shook him savagely
She  inclined  lior head.  "That  was
my phrase,"  she snid  calmly.
"I'suppose,   Mrs.   Granger    Collak. ,,.�����,���    ���,,���,.
you are almost ai. authority on what count of the circums uncos   So mn
��� en.' one day and so many,.on another.
those  F.-ench  notes we're  prime].' '
"I  re in <-��� in ber that all right,"    laid
Tiger   and  give   him, a  perfect  ac-
'Diil  any  poison  handle  them but
coiistitut' s hoi.or.ihlc dealifigs',"'
"Quite, she said "1 have;,had to deal',
with.dlshonoiablo people and myself  Y0,1!. ,    ,  ..   .     .
11 :-- Tigor shook his head.
"I tool-: tliem straight from the machine,"     he    said,    "and  sent  thom
ri imt
have done di&ho.iurr.ble thlmrs.
is what you nu-an,' is it not?"
She smilt d again, and he was nonplussed by tho dirtctnt'ss ot the attain*.
"I'm 1 havj i,ever traduced man or
woman, lied about tl em or sought to
injure Uiem."
"Tnat 1 know," said Helder, with
mock huuiilitv; "junior credits you
witli bc-iuK���shall 1 say, kind?"
"1 have go. to k-iow, d'yo heai," he
hissed. ' I've got to, know ho.w I
stand. What did you do . to those
notes?"
I To be Continued)
away.
"Could anybody have got at them?"
"No, impossible."
"-No other person touched any of
them," porsists'd Helder.
Tiger Brown hesitated. "Except,' he
said,' "a few that I took to Maple.
Don't<you remember, he asked lo le
allowed to ceo them after, they were
"Vou may say what you wish. I only ;printed% in oniGr tliat -,e nii&lit test
���repeat   that Ue man or woman who; tne ���in\i<��
accuses Comstock Bell, of **' being a
forger is either a gresu fool or a great
liar," she i-.dd**d pointedly.
She stopped suddenly and frowned.
"I wonder," she said, looking at Gold.
She took from hor bag a purse, and
from that a newspaper cutting which
she handed him without a word
"Did yon insert this?" she asked;
"it was about ihis that I came to see
you" ',
.Gold nodded '
"It is very curious that I should
have seen it," she said, "it-was in an
Italian paper. Most of us want thousand franc notes." she smiled, "but we
do not advertise for/them."
���It was now I-lelder's turn to sit forward. WLo Had advertised * for a
thousand franc noto,? Gold would
have willingly dispensed with his presence, but it was too late now.
"May  I  seo  that  cutting?'" ,1-Ieldtr.
asked quickly
Gold handed him" the slip of paper.
It  was  in  Italian  and   English    and
"I see," said Helder, thoughtfully.
"So he hi'd some, did he? Was he left
alone with thtm?"
"Yes,-he w��is left to carry out his
tests."
"They were collected afterwards?"
"Yes, I collected Ihem myself and
they were put into circulation. In
fact, to make absolutely sure they
were notes* which I sent out with t.'ie
first consignment; for I thought if
thoy had passed Maple's test they
would pass anyhing.
"How many notes were there?"
asked Helder, suddenly.
"Twelve."  said  the other.
Helder uttered, an cath. "The same
number of notes that are being advertised for," he ini'ttered* "if Maple
has played any tricks on iis, by
Gccl���" He did not finish.'
If trick it was, what could it be?
He thought deepl'7 " There must tie
some rxpianation for Gold's joy at receiving -he note-'   Gold had behaved
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
fry local appllcttton-, 1* they cannot reach Uio dfe.
���wed port It a ol ihe cur. Ihero la oul>- ona �������>��� it
tun d��AtiM��, mi that la by coniUtyltoaAl rtmtdtM*.
Daatntsa la eaiiatd by ��n laO&nied conditio^ ol tlia
nucoua llalnc oi the EuauchUn Tube. Whan tbli
lube la Inflame 1 yuu tiara a rumbling aound or Ua-
ptrlaet, hearlnj. md when li la entirely closed. Da��t-
at*a I- Uio result, and unlwa the Inflammation can ba
lakei out and thla tube restored to ita normal condl-
tloa. hearln-j ��-|ll ba deatroyed, Jorarar; nlna eiata
���ut of tan are eauaad by CaUrrh. which la oothtnc
but aa Inflamed condition ot ths muooua aurtacca.
Wa will (Ire One Hundred Dollara tor any eaae ot
pMtuaa (caused by catanh) that canaot b��.eur��4
ky Hall'a Oaurrh Cure.   Bern', for circulars, tree..
F. i. CHENEY * CO.." Iblcd* A
���otfl by Drunlat*. 7S��. -
Xftkt Hall'a Family PU!�� tor aooiUpaUoa*.
Easier Thrn Walking
The topic turned to the rising generation, and Former GovernTfr Judson
Harmon of Ohio, was reminded of a
small party named Willie. *,
One night Willie was trying to
mike a toy .locomotive circulate when
his mother glanced up from the baby
she was disrobing for the "night.
"Willie," suid she, "just run up.
stuirs and bi ing me baby's night
gewn, won't you?1'
'I don't want to," complainingly
responded Willie. "I have got to make
this train go."
'For shame, Willie!" expostulated
mother.,, 'If you are-not kind to yoiir
little sistsr si't will put on her wings
one of theso days and fly back to
heaven!"-
'If she has goi wings," was the
indifferent ivjoinder of Willie,. ' iet
her put them on now and fly upstairs
for her night sown."
Gambetta's Table
There is a-curious story told of tne
table at .which Gambetta\ wrote. A
previous owner, General Lahitte, minister for foreign affairs in.1849, dismissed his , confidential servant bo-
cause he behove J he had stolen a
large' sum or money in 1,000 franc
banknotes- Years afterward, when
the table had to o-i repaired, the joiner
employed for the work found the miss-
ing bundle of banknotes between the
mahogany boaid of the cable and the
drawers be'.ow. ��� They had lain the*"?
unnoticed fcr fourteen years. , Unfortunately the stor.* does not go on *o
say that ib-*-* poor servanWand his mistaken master ��*er'. alive at the time
of the discov.-ry and that the ode's
character was cleand aud the other's
confidence rasterd.i.
The Japanese Hades
The Japanese language has no equJv-
like a r^an into whose hands had been'alent for.our won. "hell." but has the
French, and aske.J that the holders of j placed 'die key of the situation. And | word "jigoku" instead. Jigoku consists
the thousand fi-iiii tauknot.es number-Jin all probability eac'*-of those bank-; of,-first, eight immense hot hells, ranged   6S7642���CS7-053   should    eommuai-' notes   for 'which   he   had   advertised  ing    one  beneath the other in tiers.
Each of* these tiells has sixteen addi
tional h-s'Ls outside its .gates, like so
monv antechambers, so that there are
cate' with the French police or with  contained the l*ey.
Wentworth G'o.d - | ������������Sitting down at,his desk, he .wrote
Helder  read* it  with gatheriug ap-jvory  quickly  a   djzen  wires.      Thty
prehension.
He  did  not  understand ���it.    Th,
was something ominous in that   can-jii.  code, the  .-nmple  code  which  the; sixteen  ante-hells,  making  the  same
"aTutTeenve'nf: ��� ��� : f-fcr-gers���s-yaiQic<ile~eiiipiQ����i. When  number of cold tLa( there are of hot
"What  are  the  particular qualities he had finished, ht handed them
of these notes?" he asked. ,,      | Tiger Brown. n
Mrs   Granger  Collak  ignoied   him.!    "Get   them   awa/ at  once," .he
In a newly published book of reminiscences a good story is told of the
late Sir,- Willuim Harcourt. He was
about to get into a hansom when a
friend, passing in a brougham offi-rtd
to give Sir William, whose avoirdupois
was consido.-able, a lift to his town
houso.
'* Sir William accepted the offer and
gave the disappointed Jehu a shilling.
"Only a bob, guv'nor?" he'askvd
ruefully.
"Certainly," was the reply, "I
never got intc your cab."
"But, guv'ner," responded the Jebu
HIGH POWER
REPEATING
RIFLES
Solid Bieech
Hammerless
J-TOTE the performance of Remington-UMC HigK Power Repeat-
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see the* reasons why leading sportsmen of the world are more ahd
more shooting Remington-UMC     '    '' ���> , .
Accuracy, sure fire, speed,, hitting power, ease and- simplicity of operation, <fe��
pendability such as you've wanted all your life. >
Go.see the dealer who displays the Red Ball Mark of Remington-UMC���the Sign
of Sportsmen's Headquarters.    Let him show you the JRemington-UMC Slide
Action Repeaters.   He has these Remington-UMC rifles in stock now, or can get .
them for you, ' * . o
REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Windaor. Ontario
���   ���     ���  i\
Observation
Why He Didn't Tango
Ramsay Peugnet: secretary'of tho
American Silk' Manufacturers' asso'dit.
tion, point.;-, out recently in New York
that the tango had enlarged tho silk
business by 250,000 new looms and
spindles.
"The tango, the one-step, the hesitation and the other new dances," Mr.
What a bt can be done by training.
The other day 1 was on a pier: a sai:or
was looking out over the misty sea,
and he said, 'There is a ship!' I looked, and I couldn't see a ship, but- his
eyes saw miles and miles away.
So much depends ol being .juick at
noticing. MUlions of people had seen
ac apple Tall from the tree, and if they i Peugnet said,   have caused   the av>"r-
"consider
boss.""
\he flight ycu    gave    the
Jones (getting on in the world and
now selecting a uiiform for his chaf-
feur)���I like - this one best, btu, it's
rather expensive.
Expjrt Salssmar.���Then I should
have it. After all, it's you** boss who
pays.���Punch.
"Going" to England"
��� The Isle of Wight inhabitants aro
not alone in speaking of "going, to
England" when they have their own
fragment Oi the kingdom. A patri die
Cornishman also "goes to Eng'at'.d"
when he cresses the. Tamar. Simila**l--
inhabitants of the Balkan penlnsira
leave their own corner of the coiili-
nent���in curious contrast with the People of our,own island. We regard our-,
selves as both of ani in "Europe." and
accordingly it ic only "the continent'
that we visit. The record in the splendid .isolation line is' probably held by
that minister M.tlu* Cumbraes, iii the
Clyde, who prayed for a blessing noon
"the mhab'tants ��. Great" and LitHe
Cmnbrae' and the adjacent islands of
Great Britain r.nd Ireland.'���Loni n
Mirror. *
' were addressed to various parts of rhe  in all 136 -hot bells    Second, there are
e; continent 'ind  to  America and' weie j eight -larg? co'd he'.ls, each with  its
to
helTs.--^BesKle^finifi"^T2~lroran"d-c'7:-d-
heils for offenders ot the common'sort.
o   in-j tht wily Japs have twenty mammoth
From the open purse she" extracted aistructed. "and meet l.ie in an'1 hour's ; "hells of v.tter nark ness," into which
folded banknote, and  handed    it    to  time.    I  wil'   pick  you  up  near' the \ will be con'-if/nec" the spirits of- child
Gold.
"Here
amongst
uine?"
Gold took it, ancl with his forefinger and thumb snapped it scientifically.
He turned it over and looked at. the, farm. '
back:"' ' Gold, left alone wiw'SIrs', Grange ���
..""I am sorry to say this is a fo.g-j Collak, had ost n-j time' He told her
ery," he sa.":; "but I am willing to re-i in a few worls the story of Com
fund you its faco value." j stock Beil's disappearance
entrance to F'nsbury Park."   . j ren who take the name of Dai Butsa,
At the' appointed time his big car or Great Juddha, iu vain.
s one," she said: "I found it
my   oelongings;   is   it  ^en-  drew up at the Park gates and Brjwn
sprang In.
It was dark by the time they >*eacn-
ed the ���������rivate ror.d which ied to tno
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in
Cows.
A traveller, on a freezing January
night, called at an.inn, but found it
fvil.
"Weil, .andlord," he said. 'I ca:��'t
She  had ' sleep out on the g.iow 'crust. You must
He tried to-speak steadily, but As' heard rtbou*" it. all Europe-had;   but
Voice   was   shaking  with  excitement.' she  did   not  know   that  an   attempt
Helder  watc!unfe  him,  grew    mo-*e i was being mads t<  associate Lim w-th
alarmed.     He   guessed   rather    than , the forgeries, ,
.knew that this \vd- one of the forged1, Gold made fow mistakes when di.jal-
banknotes .ie luul put in circulation?! Ing with iiuliv.dvals. He km.-w he
There wero.lwc thousand of these ;could trust this womnn, of whoso ley-
notes in circulation somewhere. He ally to Comstock Bell he was ussureu.
knew'Gold woi' enough to understand ; Hi- smoothfd the notes on the tab'e
that, whatever the secret waa it j before him, and Jit a little gns stove,
would not Le roevalod to liim. He was . Then he rang the boll. When nls
too Intoir. upon the problem to desire, man appeared he, ordered 'lilm to
any     further A exchanges '��� with  M'*r. | bring a Jug* of liiilk.    After the man
Granger C.
I 1 If 1      A    I,".'
Jloll'ik, f
nnd he rose from tbe had gone Go'u took a little rending-
ehi.lr Into wh|..h he had sunk when
Mrs. Granger had seated hei'self, iuul
gathered up 1,1s- l.at and gloves.
"I will see you again on that nnt-
tor. Gold." ho Raid. ,
The   dntec-ivc   nnlded    bruR'iUPly.
1110 FULL OF
.^rf-^71
f.trr- ���^������viM
t. ��� ?-,.    i,���
gliisa and showed Mrs. Granger Col
lak ihe ininuto writing on the duck
of lho note.    She road it.
' Milk?" she said, bewildered.
"Whnt has n*.!.'**: ;.o do with it?"
"I   think  I  iiii'.lersnnd,"  said  Gold.
He took the Jug, loll the note tii a
saucer, and cohered It with the' wlr.lo
fluid,    Then h- lifted it out, sliuJ.ing
put mc up somahow."
"I'-iguess, Mien," said the laidlord,
"we'll mako up u bed in the hall and
cnrlain It off for you." Accordingly
this was dene. Aiu" the traveller, under a rathor t'*lck blanket, fell asleep'.
But in the"middlt of the night ne
awoke free*/ing. Ar icy draught Dlew
through his h'llr and moustache; it
oven lifted h!c thick blanke*. nnd
swept ovji* his hart legs, The travel-
lor arose, '��� he sheet that had beon
hung up as a partition had become,
unfastened and It was waving merv ly
in tho bi'oozo.
"Landlord," -jali the traveler, "Landlord!"
"What Is it?" a volco shouted buck
"Landlord," uAC. (.he traveller, "will
you plenso lot me 1 r-vc a paper of pius
to lock my bedroom door with?""
Wisp  motlit-vs  who know   tho  vlr-
ofi' tho 8iipi*"llu(ii-.�� drops which clung tnes of Motlie; Gnivi'n' Worm Ksl.M-
ivV.iatoi  always iinvo It at luuid, ve-
ciiiise It p''ova,i Its vnluo.
Scratching Made it Pain so Badly
Lost Many Nights' Sleep, Could
Not Do Work at'All,  Cuticura
Soap and Ointment Cured,
 >.
lior. <l!i.*i, Vnllcylli'lil, Qui*.���"My hand
would ml full nl' llliln whlto blliUTH uml
Wlii'ii I wnulilufcriiU'li It would pnin inn so
luiilly I Inst mnny nlp;|iis'
fcli'i'P, My Inniil wnn ono
iimnH of koi'oh. I moro tlmn
Niiircri'd nud lulli nlxml llrli-
lni*l When I rubbed my j
blind It would hum I
luul It. nbout/ nix ycur-,   I
v^w^-^ nil. ir ymi Iind wen my
-*.."..'������ Im ml you would hnvo wild
"lirro wim no cnri', 1 iim-iI lo cry mid Kot no
dl.icounmi'il. I wnn novor iroiiblnd -with It
In lho KUiniiiiT hut nn hooii a.s thu oold
wentlicr mnrti'il my linml not Boro,
1 lu. .1 ail lli,.1  ���...; ���l.'i��� ;,i,, ;.;*.'. v.-r.'i
trontPd for llircc inniith'- nnd i>vi>rv nlulit
1 wmIioiI my Imnd In ,   It, liml Hiircml
all ovor my IkiihI.   I Kinrii'il fo u.w Hiu C.'iitl-
to it, and held it before tho gas-tire
to dry.
Slu> sat in tilenc" wntchlng hlni,
and nt last ho sto ft up lho .idre h
tho palm of his hand. Ills cyi's shone
with oNcHomc-in,
'Will," h0 diild,
Wriiio.i across the hack of tlic-'nota
was lino nftov lino'nf writing wlno.i
ih" in 111* and lii'iit had rovciilod.
Thoy rond '.ho inossago tngotlior,
then Gold "<iiclii d for his tnlopi'.onv.
Croccdlle'o Artificial Jaw
The Fninkfcrt zoo jiotiHCBHOS a
special ti'Piisurj li". a GiuiK"lle crf��?o-
(lilt-��� or giuial���tne only sqii fimoii of
||.i- kind in C.ernuuiy, Coiisoiiiien ly
thoro was ki*o.i*. trlhuliiMon tlio oi-hnr
day when thi* prociotis boast b"oko
Itr'jiiw f'u 'lie rock--. In itfi pool ��uul u)i
- ,'Now,-.Alicp" said Mrs. Bounce to
hei newest domestic, "while I'm out
just pare -the potatoes and e;?t them
ready.   I slu.ll net he sono long." '
About-an hour* later'Mrs. Bour.ce
��.ajue^a^_��i^m_her^l^jij)jj^^pxped^
tion. bringing.the meat that was *desr
lined to accompany the potntoes to
the dinnsr tabl". Alice was calmly
seated on tho floor, and around her a
eoodly coPoction of the delectable
tubers.
'Good gracious',"', exclaimt-d the
horrified mistress "What In the namo
of -Al that's wonderful aro you'doing?"
"Doin', ma'am!" replied tho fair
maid of all work. _'Doin' whal. yc told
n-.t, indeed. l'vo' done the best 1
could, too."
Then sh^ pointed to the potatoes.
'I've niil.-ed all of 'om, ma'am," she
mumbled, "bui. <r> ns I will, I can't
get a mate fo*- thb* little beggar."
Fe-aie Bootblack
In this country the - bootblack's
calling has always been a monopojy
of the iii/ik- sax, brt in at least me
Swiss town It is invaded by womju.
On "emerging from the railway station at Z'.irich ono sees three middle
aged women kncelin*,-, at their wooden blocks ani. eager to . shlno" the
travellers' shoos.' When no customers are fortncomiiig the shoeblack-
esses of ZuvKi apend thoir time
kilitting stockings
A man *,vno w.it* reprimanded ��� for
swearing m\A en that ho did uot seo
any harm in It.
. "So harm In it!".sold tlio minister.
"Why, do you know the Command-
mont, 'Swear not nt all?'"
"I do not swenr at all," snid tho
mnn. "1 only swear at those who
'imuoy nio."
had been asked why it fall, they would
simply have said, ' Of-course it falls
when it is ripe;" bur Newton saw iu it
the strange law of .universal gravitation. Thousands had seen steam lifting kettle litis, but Watt won from
that simple lacJ '.he idea of the, steam
engine. Thousands had seen a lamp
swinging and thought nothing of it;
to Galileo it' represented the pendulum. When ycii do not quite understand a thing, never hesitate to ���ask
about it. i' hope parents will forgive
nu- for giving that advice.���Tlie Rev.
Bernard J. Snell.    "
, Keep it Dark f
"Keep it out of the^paper," is the
cry whicli the local newspaper publisher daily hea<*s. To obligg often
costs considerable, though the party
who- makes the request thinks the
granting scarcely worth saying "thank
you" for. A newspaper is a peculiar
thing in the public's eye. The news
gatherer is stormed at because he gets
hold of ono item and is abused because he does not-get. another. Young
men, and often young women, as well
as older persons, perform acts which
become legitimate items for publication and then rush to the newspaper
office and beg the editor not to notice
their escapades. Tbe next, day they
condemn the same paper for uot having published another party doins; tne
with his hand "cut, be said, somewhat
same thing they were guilty of, forget- j*��.mpat:eiitly and in a' tone that could
ting apparently their, late.visit to the
t-rinting office. ' '     ',     ���   ,
New   Serum  to   Kill; Out   Diphtheria
 In_a_si)ecial article in one of t'-e
Vienna papers,. Prof. Behringl the
discoverer of the diphtheria specific,
describes what lie hopes to accomplish with , his latest serum, ,'TA,"
He expects to greatly reduce the
number of case:; of diphtheria, new
about 100,000 annually in Germany
alone and estimated at about 3,000,-
000 a year altogether.
In,twenty years, he says, with this
preventative system " enforced, there
will he only sporadic cases of genuine diphtheria,
efforts to poi-mmdi-i tho broken bono to
"It is vory slinpli-," ho Hiiid, as thoy' leuulto were In voln,
Kioed il'iwiisiiijvs wnliiii-j; for tho cnri    A   military   doctor,    Major'  Murx,
which would b.'liif- (lit- Seoti'ind Yard , has Hiicooodod '.n replacing tho frnc
mon,    "It Is ii  well  known  kind of  tm-od Jaw by nn urilllclnl one of j\l-
Hi'i'i'i't wi'i*'.ni*.   .Nioli'tcn tho jioii wit
your lips, wrl'i' your mom-ago'. It will
bo luvislbv till milk und wi..imh r**-
Vl'lil    It.
trick-"
'    Iloldor
knocked.
Clira Heap iuul Ointment, nml I1 put ri'llof.
Ono enku i>' C'utli'iira Honp nnd two lioxoy
of fhit leura (lint nu'iit I'omploicly ourt'd mn."
(��|i'|'i��!i Mr u-irili Mrn-Wr .limp 11. UIUI.
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Provont dry, thin nml fnllliu- hnlr, nWny
lU'lilnn mul Irrltiilloii, nnd promntp tlui
growth mul homily of thn hnlr, fi-i'iiuciit
-"luimpooH with ('uilt'iirii. Sonp, nniil*it<*il by
iiccfti.lonnl drphxInuiN **.lili I'utli .ir;v tllm-
tiioiit, nlford a mont i*l'i*ctlv(i nnd I'l'oiiotnlonl
trcuiuii'ii'., .*-'uliI fliriiiii.'lii-nii iii,. w(ipm.
For a IIIiitiiI frii' miinplo nf cu'li, with rs.'-p,
lioolt, Bond poiwrtrd io I'oiut Dru*- Ht
Cliirn. Corp,, JJi-jil. 1), Uusion, U. ti. A.
I   prtKi'iit   you    with  thut
���   ���   ��
hnd rpiiriiPd tho fnrm nnd
Ah ii ruli; tho dour opened
iiinltium.
Mhlckly, lm; on thi. ocoukIoii tliom was
Tho cnpttiro of u wild out In Am-
niiinurohun Fiiret-;, ArnyllHhlre, will
conn; as ft flliocl* If) the popular lii'lli'f
Unit lho ini-'cli'ii ih extinct In' Sc.'t-
lnnd. As n mattov of fiiol, qullu a
niiinhor of Uu. 'u.lmala have be mi
kllli-d or capt'iicd lr rocoiit years In
somo dolny boforj the sound of lioitH11)10 11iKlilniifl door 1'o.entB.   I'lvu years
ngo a gnnii'l-eepor tmiipoil fo'.rteen
wllbln a woek or two ut ("loitmoriRioii,
ono of thom Tiionsiir'.ng four loot from
head to UP of lull.
N   U   U. 1011
riitlllug In ihoir Hockots liullcntod life
on tlu- InsJilo .). ilm <lo|iri-naliig door.
It (ipenod catitlottsly nnd Holder Hllp-
pod In.
The man Clinker -.'xpluliu-il the do-
lu.\,
"Mp.plo'r 111" lio inii" InpnnU'ftllv.
"ll'll ho worse boforo l'vo llnimod
Willi blm," wild Holder.
Ilo mado hi;* way straight to Mi<*
Ktroiiit roo.n, MapU. wits lying on Uio
bed,  linlf  dreiMed,    Ilia    faco    wns
IiIh lips tinted nn iinlionltliy tiltio,
opened IiIh oyos us Holder onUirpd, but
did not ii'ldres:- lilm.
(iloworlng down nn Hip sick man,
Holder I'Piill/nd iliut lie Iind not n K'Hr
timo to llvo.
"How innn hns ho boon llko thla?"
ho lu-kod.
"VeHtoriny," paid iho mnn, 'Thoy
iu'wiivh ��n lik.< this If tlioy'ie uiiod to
i linrrt drhikini* .-.nil stop suddenly.
I Ilolih-r r-a. nn .hi Hide of tlie* iioil,
I his lui'iuls . .-.Is piioiietH, his ht-iitl
, In-lit forwonl as h '.not'od from under
i IiIh eyebrowB ,��t tho dying man,
Tlm v.,,.,.,i A Ao t".''*r**, Hu* mo**'
ftoniWy of till Tndlnn flnrponiH. hns
niwnyf* proven moro or Iohh oi a
riiyfitory, In view of the fnc. thin. If
this poison f'la.ids aro out out of a
newly killed miulci of this HpooltH,
tholr content*, may hn nwallnwod with
'"'" ', I::*.;."::!':* hy n >'P'ilthy hitmnn bolnir,
Ho the poison nolng dlt'oslod In a porfort-
ly natural way, whilo lf tho perHni
nwallowlni* tho vor.i.in hnnpona to hnve
nny Horo phipo In hln Tiioiith nt tho
llir.o his douth  Is almoRt InHliintiin-
<-,Otl8.
, A financial Problem
It. was at ,a theatre In MaiiPhostpr,
Bnglmul. '.'ho kli.g, ngod and inllrni,
was hlffiiicd wlili two .sons, lie was
pacing up and down tlio stngo, with
n wonrh'd trouelrd look, oxcliiiinlng
aloud: "On wilOi of these my sons
shall I I.ohIov m; crown?"
Imniedluioly camo n voice from tho
���*a 11 cry: "\Vliy~1iot 'nil' a crown
nplece, gtu-'iuit'?"
"It Is tlio duty of ovory ono to mako
nt lonfit ono j'jrson happy during tho
week," Raid tho Sunday school touch-
or. "Now havo you dono ho,
Johnny?"
"Yi'fl'm." fluid Johnny promptly.
"Tlinl'H riglit. What did you do?'
ankod tho to'ichor,
"I wont tr soo'my aunt mul sne
wan happy wl.o.i I wont homo,"
Wisdom of Solomon
Tho roiiHon Solomon la called tlio
wIsoHt intiii in bectiiino lio novor trloil
to toll cacn ot hiu wlvos Unit sho was
Iho only womnn lio ever loved,���Cin-
uiliiiilll I'liiquiiui'
No En*-ourn{jeriiBnt
Mrs. Short���Ult. dear, : do wish wo
woro "icu!   Jn��i thlul* of die Rood we
c.iultl do i' wc oi'.'y had loU id ni'iiioy!
Mr. Sliorl--Tniu.i   my drnr, but wo
can do a Br en l dcivi oi eviud u. �� n,u.cv
wny now,
Mrn. Short���Yen, of courso, but no
ono wlll ever lio.ii'. of.
Complications are bound to aviso
whtre a deaf ma.�� is concerned. The
cue in this story was being married,
and the pa/son asked the usual qiu-s-
tioti���"Do yuu take this woman for
your lawful w'.t'o?"
''Eh?"'(,sald the dfnf man.
"Do you take this woman for your
lawful wife?' This time a bit loua-
cr, i
The groom somed to got angry.  ,
'Oh, 1 ftoz't, know," he said: "she
ain't so awfin I've seen wus than
her that didn't have as much money."
This fllshop is a Men's Man
Tho unlvorsally-kivetl bishop ot London, whom evon the militant suffragettes trusted until lie told the4 truth
about the treatment 61 their "toi'tu**-
od" BlHtL-rB it. tno jails, has n gonuino
for making friends with all classes of
peoplo. Speaking tho other night he-
Core an audience of cocknoyB, be told
them tliat when he was In Now York
iio mndo an 'unofficial wngcr" that ho
would make London a better, squnior
nnd solid 0** place boforo they could
mako New York ho, "You don't wtnil
to see nici bctiton, dlsgniced and
iiHhamed to go to New York agnli.,"
ho romnikod. 'J'.-o audience cheered.
What else coiiM they do? He had appealed to thol-.- sporting blood na woll
ns tholr manhood and had shown hlni-
Holf ablo to urn* minoduto Ills ideas to
their mental cutKok.
���'YoR, sir" -inld riilllp, I've como ,f.o
lho conelunlon llttil. 1 timnmu to something ..nor nil. Ttioro hnvo boon Units
v/hon 1 was iUhposimI to' boliovo Uuu T
wiih a moro cipher )���* tlio world, hut 1
can novor uivo so Bmnll tin opinion of
mysoir iigiiln,"
"What line canned this Btiddpii
cliniiRO  In' your ostjmntlon of your-
HOlf.
"I havo Hint hcor, talking to a mini
who wants tny vole."
age,woman, who only bought one dinner gown a year in the past, to buy ,
two, three and four new gowns now.
Hence the silk trade's! enormous ex-'
pansion,
"It's _a food thing for silk." Mr.
Peugnet went on, "that all men aro
not like Blanc   -
"Blanc  sat  discorsolately    in    the
smoking' roo.n whik-'all    the    other .
guests at a. bell  were  tangoing liko
mad. '        .
"Wh>*\  Blanc,  what' are you doings
here?   Why  aren't you' out- on    the
floor tangoing, man?" his host asked.
.'"1 don't tango,?' Blanc answered.
.-  "'You don't tango? Incredible! How
on earth is it that ycu don't tango?'
" 'Well,' said Blanc, sadly, 'I'd like
to tango, and I would tango, only the
music puts me out and the girl gets in
my way.'" ��� - ���>
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
A western preacher, tells nf a marriage ceremony he performed. for a
couple from- a small town. After all
was completed the couple evinced no-
disposition to leave the chancel So the
clergyman held out his'hand, shook
hands with the bride and "then held
out his hand to,the bridegroom. The
latter had his hand r'ipep in his trousers pocket, and as 'the minister stood
be heard all over thp-church:.
."Well. T am getting tlie money out
as fast as I can!" ' \"
Pretty   Bad
The barber was very busy a^id tlia
shop was full ot men waiting I'or .iitn
to practice his tousorial art upon th, u
heads and faces*.' ,.   "      *
One mar. Mr. Blank, became tii-cd
of waiting-for his turn to come and*
started to .leave. Although- his board
had come out pretty heavy, he thought
no one cou]' notice it and *hat so
could conifc.. back the next morn'.is
when Hughes, iho barber, wa? not so-
busy, Tho baraii*, not wishing a i'ib-,
tomer to go away .unattended to, accosted him by saying, "You're not
leavin' us, is vou. Mr. Blank?"
"Why, I don't i.eed a shavo, do I,
Hughes?"
Hughes1 thereo.pon looked his customer over ci'itlcally - and answered
him assuredly: Tic, youse'don't' n^ed
a shave; all y-juse need Is a hair cut'
on-de face.'���National Monthly.
, Major Harluud Bowden, tho Unionist candidate tn Northeast Derbyshire,
who condemns at mootings tho haute
with which, as h*.alleges, the'Insurance act was rushed through made a
neat'reply.to an Intorjutcloii the other
night.
He. was enlarging In his usu?l stylo
on tho imperfections of tho act-
'Rome was not built in a day,"
camo a volcn t om the audience.
"Unfortunately, the Insurance act
was," rotorted chc major.
Tho quoen'B chief dresser, who Is
if-RpoiiHlblo for 'ho packing of hor
jjiiijosty's lURBugt when the court
i:.'ovos, has a list of cortnln personal
nnc'i specially tronsured belongings-
which alwavB.go vltli tlu* queon fivni
ono royal rcHldoi.cu to another. Among
thoHo tronsiU'OH ave a Hiblo and a
shawl, both wnddlng presents from tho
late Mrs. Gladatom Altogether'thoro
tiro somo thirty ���trtlclOH on (ho llHt,
Including ton photogrnpliB of different
nioiii-'pi'B ol tho royal family.
Mr. Just lop bnrllnp wur oupp trying"
n ctiHo In which the quostloiiB .irnso
u'l.pthPi' .lu* (MnndMit, a vooullHt, wnn
(���oiiijioti-nt to fiiHlll hln contract. Ono
'of lho wltnnfiHOB Hiilo In reply to Mr.
Duke, D.C., "Woll, ho could not sIpb
like tho Arcliringi I aiihrlol,"
"I I in vc novor heard tho Archangel
Gnbrlol," wiib tin* noinniont.
Mr, JiiHtbo DarVm ropliod blttiidly,
with a gontlo H*u-<'a��in, "That, Mr.
Dulco, ia a iileiiHiiro to como,"-��� ^na*
wcrB.
"Thoy -,iy ih.tt fuiplc who arc mar
rUd t?i't io look nlllio,"
"Yi!-."' but It':) .��� qiipor thin-
they raruly nm to think nlllio."
ton TruiiH'*rlpt '���
tint
1*08-
Tlmo never hniH'.t' heavy   nn    tho
liaiulB of a boy with IiIb Ilrst watch, i Wt liwl
Tpnchor-Dld anyone help you with
thlH imp. Snm?
Sam���No, nlr. My brother did lt all
by liliiiHi.'K,���Life.
Trnmp��� ri.-r.tu-, iiuun, 1 haven't a
frlond or'relr.tlv** In the world,
Uousekeppar���Woll, I'm glnd thero's
nn one to worry ,i'e.r >ou lu case you
Hero IIbo.
^tiwaK-��--i   -***���*��    V*mamm*^**maaawtamm*aaam*****m   **m*m^mim*��***^ma*w^*a*^^^^���-~���   n ������
'    Why Should You Pay
$1.00 for 3 lb. tin of ordinary tea that will
make about 450 cups ? Since you can buy a
3'lb* tin of Green Label Red Rose at $1.20
���a tea that will make COO cup9 of a richer, finer
quality.        , �����?
Red Rose Tea "is Good Tea"
In ,the"'l lb. package we would
RiipRcst your trying the 50c, quality
of Ked Rose���It's rt stronger as well
as a finer-flavored tea.
Red Rose Tea ii Never Sold in Bulk
^
\N
^
N.n.���Coffee uscra will find JU'i! Hoi��
Coftotf as j-encroiiHly roixI a* Uc*l Itouc Toa.
RtDROSE
TEA
VI i NOTICE'w Uert-by Riven''tha- apply  ' ca'tieu wih be made to ths Superinteud-  en tot" Provincial Pokoe, Victoria. for a  license to sail liquor bj* wholesale upon  the premises situated on Lot 6, Mock 15,  Cuinberlaiid Townsite, Cumberland, B. C  .C1ALI MUSSATTO.Appliei-it.  Dated this 1st day of October J918.  XOT1CE is hereby given that ou the drat  day of D iu nW next application will be  made to the Sttpermtenduufc of Provincial  Police, Victoria; fer the renewal of tha hotel license to sell liquors by retail iu tne  Tiotel known us theL irne hote-, situated at  ComoK, B.C, Gfcojwjti M. IUblow  Wited October 1, 1.913. ���������  ���������4������u*������*vtMd\������ri;  Wg_gws,, <3U&b-������riakb, jggrrsgg .cqluiibijl  ./#  agg^WvaTiitys-wawg-. wii������������ imccwr  .- ������* B  ruil STEAMSHIP CO'Y  of British Columbia, Ltd,���������  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of November r<**t,?,., application  will be made to ike Superintendent ot  "f-^rovinciai I'olice, for a renewal .of the  wlule-alc liqu n* license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nel  son District.  I'U.SKNKR ltKKWINO COMIUAT,  -.ited October ist, 1913  NOTICE is hereby given dint on tho  firot day of Deco-nbcr*noxt npplicat.on.u ill  ���������bo undo to 'liu Supoiinte-.id>ii,t ������( Provincial Police, Vi<k;oua1f.,i*ai'j'in!w-U������f'the  liotoi Jioeuse to sell liqu.u-a'by retail in  tii* hotel knowu jh Lhv Union. Mel. pit-  tttiti* at Ui.iniiiB.0.   .toasi N. Md-ison  Dii'.t.d tho 1st day nt October, 1913  N-jTiOE is hor'by ^iv u lhat ou tlio  ,/irutdayot IXcombei* uect, upplicatou will  be uwdo to 1U0 Suporiiitsudeut ol Provincial  i'olice, Victoria, for the ksubw������1 of tho ho-  -fceMiceu������s co soil liauora by reuil iu tbe  hotel known as tlio Un-rdde how!, nitu-i-.ee  at Courtetu.y, B. C.   ,       0. 11; -Fwihskh  U ited GctoW 1, 1913.  ^ ��������� ^ -m ��������������� m m*.mm mm - m *,m m ���������������.������,���������<��������� tm. m. ^  NOTICE is aereby i*ivou Ui.it on the  first d-iy of Dwsetiiber next ap-iliciti-mwill  be nude to tlie Sii*jeru,iett.>leiit, of Provincial folico, Viitorin, for the roiiowulof tbe  hotel license to si-ll liqunrn bv totail in the  bot',1 kiiuwj natbe Wilson hotel, situated  at Uuioa BayHC,  .   At.*']* Bit lUl-KK llOKNI*  Dated Oetoboi lt 1913.     ���������  . NOTICE is hereby given. toat on the  first day of December m-st application will  bo mad(* to tlie Superintendent'of Provin-  cinl Police, Victoria, for the'renewttl of tho  ho������-l licuw.ia to sell liquors by retail 1.1 the  hotel kuown us tlio Ndli-oi* hofel, sitnt'ed  at Onion Bay, B.C. . ..John* Fi;.v"Ki;.f;  Dated Ootolier 1st, 1018.  The Courtenay-Hotel  j���������"Kv^fy^WvoniW^FfofguesrS  Tb/o Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but tins Uest of W*i**>es and Liquors  al Uie Uar.''-  . RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston.   Prop  0. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And nil, KITCHEN ..UTENSILS  THE S. S.��������� QOWIGIIAN * WILL SAIL AS UK DER  t ' '1  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nan a iho���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves Comox', Sunday, 4 p. tu. A o .Tuesday n p, m-  Leaves Union Ray, Sunday, 54). m.... Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noou  For. Deuman Island, Nanaimo aud Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday and-Monday, 8 pm  For Nauaiiuo, Union Bay and Como.*.  - Subject to change without notice. -'.  BBS  T'SiO-r'-SIEror.'  English 4 x BURTON always <iti tap      ate������, the famous MILWAUKEE  BKER.S���������Anhoiiser, Bcbuimtu, Schltz, &c.       " OLD GREY BEA11D"  SCOTCH WHISKY,.        Best Wines and-Liquors of all kinds  The Hoarding and Lodging Department;, under the immediate superintendence  *���������     will bo loui d Fir'Bfc class in every respect, j  RATES,  ^i 00 per day and "CTp  , CANCELLATION OF RESERVE. ,   '  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the reserve, the notice of whicli appeared 111 ihe It. C. C.azette on the 27th day  of December, 1907, is cancelled in so far  as it relates to Uie follow-In-- parcels of  land:���������the W. 1 2,of die S. E. 1-4, the  S. W. 1-4 and the S. j '��������� of the N. \V.  J1-4 v. est of the river" in Scciion 4; the S;  E. 1-4. l^e S. E. ,i-4 of, ihe S. W. 1-4  ���������And the N. E. 1-4 in Section 5: the S.  i-l of ihe S. E. 1 4 in Section S; lhe S E.  1-4, the .S..\V. 1*4 ;''nd iho E. ������-** of the  N. E 1-4 in Section'16; and, the E. 1-2  of the S.'E 1-4 and NT. 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Sayw,*,td'l)isirict, and  the N. E, 1 4 of ilu- N. E. 1-4 in Sac-  tion 32; ihe N K 1-4 of Uie S W 1 4 and  the N W 1-4 andN 1-2 of the N E i*j in  Section 33; the N 1-2 of lhe"n W 1-4  and the N 1-2 of ihe N E 1-4 in Section  34; and the S t-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 i'������ Section 35, all in Township 6,  Sayward District'.  The said lands, will be open forentry by  pre-emption on Monday, the iSth day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock  in the forenoon* all applications ti> be -nade at the  office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.   No Pre-emption   Record shall  include more than 40 acres of land except incase-* where it is desirable to include small fractional  portions of legal  SubdivUions; information in. which con  nectiou may lm obtained from plans   on  view at the above mentioned * Ajjency.  R. A. REX WICK    ������������������  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands  Department,   Vi*:iorta, 11.   C,  February nth  1914.  ���������rewers  Better, Cheaper Than  Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain tympany, Ltd.  N:\NAIMO, B. C.  Distributors  na  CANCELLATION   OF RE-  "    . SERVE,  Sporfsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  iS**V-A^M^-t  <g mm 8N CANADA  '(CO.  <^h Pun) Food Insures  S  !  '.>'  I GOOD HEALTH  g| Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food,.  E. \V, G1LLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  ' NOTICE IS HEUEKY GIVEN that the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared iu the i-Jrit'ish  Columbia Gazette on the 27th  day of December, 1907- ia cancelled in so far as , it relates., to  lauds covered by Expired Timber Licunse No. 42936 and  known ns Lot No." 374, Sayward  District; aud that the said lauds  will be opened for staking for  pre-emption as unsurveyed lands  in compliance with the provisions of the "Laud Act" at 9  o'clock iu the forenoon ou Tuesday, August n, 191.1, For  further iui'ormatiou apply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,  through whoso oflice all applications must be made.  It. A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lnuds,  Lauds   Dopartmcut,   Victoria,  H. C, Juue-io, 1914,  DISSOLUTION OK PAWNl-JR:  SHIP.  NOTICE.  NU'i'iUKta htirviliy piven iiiiti  tho pnrtni'VHliip licretoforn exiHtiii}-;  UtAt'on .Uihn Thorni-oti mul Arthur l)(-n!o:i imilor tlie firm iintnii  jiiul luyhiol tliv* )i. 0. tini'tgo, c/ir-  i-yinK on l>iifim*SB p.t Ctim!*orlnnil,  }\, (.1, waH on Iho 17th dny of ,Tnly,  1-014, duly dineolvpcl hy muluol  ���������coiiH'inl. Tlio H. 0, (.-tnirtgo in now  fokly owiiimi nnd will lienci'ionh  he <'"iM<!iti't'iil l������y .T.ihn TliiMiiwiri.  All -table .-litndinp provioim in the  Si'ftlnd tondtM'fl will ho iveoivcd  hy tho MiniKttir of Liunls not In  ter than noon on tho 7th day <if  August, 1.{)J*t, for tho piirdiai'i- of  LiwMiRoX. 2-1-1; to cut 4IH),000  tVot of liinhor on an area ndjoin-  int* Lot, 174, Little Vuldefl IrIiuhI,  SnywRvd Diwtrit'.t. Oiui v-'nv will  ho allowod for the removal of the  timhor.  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  Trains .will arrive at Cumberland from Union Buy at 8,HO on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  ov-enings, and will leave fur Union  Buy Weduosday <ind Friday ut 7  in tho morning, and on Saturduy  at 0.30 m the evening. There is  uo change in tho   S.'S. Cowidmii  cited uie.  *,\.,,H ,������������������* ,,,l  rore������rer, Victoria, H, 0,  LOST Oil STOLEN from No.  7 Depot, gout's bicycle, plated  rinif", straight, hnndlohiuii; haek  wlia-l ha;' free  whrel  Ittili  brake,  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,'  romoving or taking any block*?,  timber or wood, of any deseriptiodn  .lelonging to the Wellington Colliery Co')*., or from or off the land  of the said Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere ujkiii the company's  land will he piwecutol to tlie full  oMent of tlie law.  L li, LOCk'AUD,  Geiienil Miuiiigor,  Colliery Co,y,  NOTIOK,  Hiding on locomotive!- und nul  way cars of the Union flolliory  Company by nny pei-wm nr per-  aonB���������tficcept tain eicw���������i-j strictly  prohi'-ited. ICmploywn "\v -sub-  ���������m: UxJiHiuiHsul ter allov/iup aam*  Hy order  ���������   J. R.  LOCKARD,  General Manage,.  Swood,   Wcodf  I       Wood  (J> Now is the time to place  ������ ji-nr order   for   SLAK  ���������t WOOD  [| S3,ri0...pof������loul)lo leail  '    LIQUOR AOT 1910. * ������  Section 42.  NOTICE Is hereby given  lhat'  one       month       * from dale,  application will .be made to ��������� the  Superintendent of 'Provincial police for a license, for Uie gale- of  liquor by wholesale ih and upon  the premises situated in  the town  -of_Cour.tena$'.,^B.,C.-��������� know-n-and-  ���������1. - *  deg-ctibod us Lots 30 nnd 81, irec-  tioirCU.     .  Diitetl thiw 15th day of   A{>ril,  191-i: ������  UNION BREWING COM PANY  '     -' , Ltd.  Conrad lieitel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910. .  Section 42.  NOTIC-R is hereby given that,  on the lei day of December next,  application will be niiide to the  Superintendent of Provincial'Police for Minowal of the hotel licence  to sell liquor by retail in lho bote)  known us tne Mitlaspinu Hou'l,  i-i unto ru Lund* in the Province of  l*Jritial\,"Columhia.  Dated tltit-i Sih duy of October,  loiaj  FU1CD THULIN  Applicant  IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF  NANALMO if OLDEN AT  NANAIMO.  IN TIIE MATTER OF Henry  Richardson Shulti*, doceased, in*  testate, lato of Straudby, Rupert  District, B. C   ,  AND  IN THE-MATTEU of the "Ofti-  cial Adiiiii)istr������lors Act,"  TAKK NOTICE that by order of liis Honor Judge 15arker.  made on the 10th day of June  UU'L I was appointed Administrator of the Estate of th^  aboyo-mentioned deeeiiei-d, ai-d all  parties having elnims against tlu-  said estate aro hereby required tu  furnish same, properly verilied, to  nie on or before the 15th day of  July 1914. AND all pur-  ties indebted to said estate, arc re-  qui rod to pay the amount of- th-dr  indebtedness to mo  forthwith.  Dated this 10th day of.-June  19U.  W. Wkslkv* Wir.r.ARo,  Oilieiul Adi������ii:istrar������>r.  Cumberland. B. 0.  OVER 65 "rCARr  K-XPeRltiMCE  LIQUOR ACT, 11)10.  Section 42.  NOTICK in heieby piven Hint,  on the 14 day of Decern hor noxt,  :ipplicutinn will be m.id'* 10 the  .Supeviniuiuk'nt of f'roviiieial Police forron-'wal of the hotel licence  to wil liquor by ietni) in tho hotel  known up thu Willow-" Hotel, Hitu-  ate atCiunpbell Kivor, In the Province of liritiidiColumbia.  Dated  this fllh day of October,  iui;i.  CIIAIILKS THULIN  Applicant  CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.      .,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the reserve of foreshore  and of the eoal ttnder<. the sea  fronting on Nelson and Newcastle Districts, notice of which  appeared in the B. 0. Gazette  on the 6th day of January, 1910,  is cancelled. -/  IL A. RliNWICK,  /  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria,  B. C, 23rd June, 1914.   ���������  twn pttehi'i! on   Dunlup   lire." on  diiliM-f dii-pi.li'tion,-.'re |iayubIot.>- ���������,���������,,]{  wjl(!(.i(    ^���������  ���������MU,uHmj   ������������������  Arthur Deiiinn  Dated Auj-uftt-J. 1014,  Ii. 7. Ciiupii.  front wheol.    Information to  K  Hrentuall, No. H Mine, 01 to -Le-*.  <$    ������ Frnm Tiio  Ui)  Star Livery Stables  Wa/il, Cilv X'ulico, CiiuiIavIiiiiiI. j ^te^^SSSK^^S  WOTK'iR  Saywnrd Iviiud hit riot  Dihb.iflt oi Suywiir-I  TAKK NOTIOK tlmt .1 iiHtin ��������� l>.������rr *������i"  fjptiur VnUh.'. Iiluiiit, II (J., icaiipiuiiiii,  furnier, intincln to npply lor jn-rmin ioi  t Minrt'lin-nothi' frllnwint- (li'icril'^il Inml-*  t'oiimu ii'-iui* ul 11 -10-t, I'liuiUsl ten cliiii- h  ivintuf Hjiuinlh Luku, aa limmf l'C I.,  Ol-im No, 171, Un-m������1oii cluiin* woct t������  Hliom nl Ink 1-; Ihtmc'i -t!ni.|,' nhn*i* i.f liko  i'i 11 iinutli-oiuturly itii'iistiin*, fouitutui  I'luiliv, to tlio iiiliTHOoiinn cif Html Into  tii Jiintlii liorr l'r'.vtiii(>tiiiii g thenco imrtti  im rnvHiinjifiiiii 'i'i'* ten clni������H to "H'l'iil nf  uiiiiiDi'iiCX'/JJuM, -ii;il  CHit.Jilinj*  live (.*i]  IWU'i"  LAND REGISTRY  ACT.  IN THE MATTER of an Ap.  ���������plicatiou-foi���������a���������fresli-Gertifica-te  of Title to Sectiou 5 Comox  District.  NOTICE is hereby given of  my intention at the expiration of  one Calendar mouth from the  first publication hereof to issiie a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Beecroft Usshcr La-  con ou the 3rd day of September  i8gr, and numbered 12567 A,  which has beeu lost.  DATED at the. Land 'Repis-  try Office, Victoria, B. C, this  23rd.day of June 1914.  S. Y, Wootton  Kegistrar General of Titles,   ^   LIQUOR  ACT, 1910  (Section 35).  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the ninth day ot May next,  application will he made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the granting of a license  for the sale of liquor by retail iu  and upon the premises to be con*  structed iu accordance with the  plans aud specifications to be hied with the Superintendent ot  Provincial Police, and to be  known as the Pier Hotel, and 10  be situate at or near the govern  meut wharf at Royston Nelson  Distiict, British Columbia, upon  the lauds described as Lots 20  aud 21 in Block E of the Subdivision of part of sections 4 and  6 A,  Dated this ist day   of   April,  JOT.}.  Hanky Imkns.  Applicant.  Tnsctr. ft"ARK&  PC3ICM**.     J  CopyaicH\zi.o.  ��������� . ... ..- .tf������R-.4dM.*lpt!r,nmv,  Quickly iuc������mi!������ our oi>|nlc������a freo ttU-rh :. r.  laTC.'.Uon ���������t*p-*r.*)*iMjri������n..������*.������������������������������> ..\-Miai*  lloaattTlotl������,"-nn.l*m: J. r,4,VJF30>J< *. Pataui������  PC3ICM**.  i\w>   Antoneneofilsg ftfSoic!* r-.Jj df8,*lpt!-,n mv  ...... ... ,,r opjp^g frco *li;,s  ���������ly ���������-*,..".-������K*-   -x  t,.aattTloU������<"nni*m: J. r,4������VJF30> <  ai���������,t Tteo. Oldost afcnry *f..i^���������\.r!i.'������ ;>������'-*nt������  I'ateiita ta^.-Jt rirourl., i:iu.a k ' ,-.e*-    '  ttte'al ������otlcr, \* H Vout Mbtr^.v tn Oi >  A "Q������u<5iW:iaoiy iUu-i...-" a*yno*"-. --I.o>*~i>*-' ���������*���������������������������-  Cuistlpu pf ������ny ioi.ji.i. j t.- *r>*,'..l,   * -.^i-    ' ���������*  . Sj'iri?'.*;*1**-*:'' 'B^i'c**^^ -..J".'.-.'.'*.     '..:   1 -  Ml U8TfSile������lfl*.  NOTlCi: TO CON : H Ai'TOK:.  No.-8 Mint. Seiii.'*'..  OBALED   TENDT-.li.S,   s".:u*-r--.*ni-.v  O''ToiuJfV for No.   l!  .\;.V������ .-.���������������:.���������. .-.I/  I :o-,!ivi  tJlll!*'  ,'nrks up   li> ti'"*"  will In* rt'fc-ivoii liy tin"  Mimster of I'vJilic'Wi  Tuesday,  Uie iTh A rvf 7*T.vy t.,i., ur.  die orcctif-ri  and otiii'jlriion  <>!" ;i '���������*������������������'���������  room school-iiui:.jo a'. J J i. .-. ^'-. r,   ... ;:  bt?ri,iiui. ii* uio Ccv,i.:\ l-J':.',-irtj,>! P'-'.'i**'.  Pla-*--, usp.\*iti.:ni:or.>,   ���������:>':..r;i-i     *���������'Y  forms ol lender rr.ay 'bu *er'.\ on .ttici n'.-  t-r     tho. ���������   ��������� ist���������      il.iy     r<\       *x-\-.'  t <fi j,        ai      -the.    o'tlic'e      oi'  Mr. f. Haird, Govennnent Aui n-    "'.'.in-  berlantt, B.  C;  Mr.  A.  SithinK'.m],  Secretary of llie School Ho-iul, 'J'.iri'.!,~n"*.  land; IJ. Cr, .ind the Dca'-irtineiu ot  Public'Works, Viciona.  liy applic.ition io ilie ��������� ���������,ir.iJ-?ii-ji{;ii'L*d,  coimactors it-ay tibi^:n is cepy of. the*  plans and sperificatiori!- tor the suit- A  ten dollurs (Sio), which will be refunded  on.returniiii*- ssitnt* inj-ood on.'-.T.  liach proposal must be accompi-.iuocl  by an.accepieat bank chcji;. or ccrnf!-  caie ofdeposit on .*. chiirteied bank cf  Canada, made payable lo lhe Honourable the Minister of Piib'kNVor'*;,-. f-r-r ?.  biiiii equal to lo.rer cent of iho UT.'Jer,  which shall be forfeited if the pan;,- lon-  dcriny decline ic e**ie; into ..vi-uiai-; *  whencailed upon to"do.s.if-or if ho-1a;'  io-coH-plete- the work cmiiracied '" for.  The i:he������.i������e��������� or cenificates  of ("tposii '.j  unsuccessful te������deix:is. wil!   Ix;  reuirii"'c  in   then   upon   the- execution   of   lhe- .,  contract.   *  Tenders will not l������e considened unless,  made out on the   forms .supplied, sii.'neJ  with the actual s-ynauire of tht  l^ndpr-'-'  er and '<!nclose<l iti ihe envelopes Cut n-  iylic-d.  The lowest or a������y tender not neceb^ai '  ily accepted.  J.*'E. ������!UFFITIf,  Peputy Minister and P-shl<c, Wotks  Engineer; Department ofPublic \\,o:'.^'*1  Victoria, Ii. C, April 2*S>,i*i;i4. ;*  myfi - mnfi ,  iLooK' mm  ������������������a  ���������43*  for the Milk wagon  witli tho Green Hoy  FIUvSH MILK  AND  I* ARM PRODI)CK  Our Milk ir. the product  of tlie Best Fed Cows  FRUSH   MILK %  PDelivered Hion-iiiyC-V eve-Hinni  | I. MARUYA   ������    |  GIV15 US VOUR NLXT OK  DKR   FORJOIJ   PRINTING.  t  Violin Strirgs, Talking machine needles nud Victor Records  ioi Miic ut tin* !*tc*,Sii- uitice-  SI'AViNC  MAC II INKS  1'AIRKD  in?.  Tho Singer Agent is around  fveiy inoiilh. Iaavc y<n>i tn -  d'*rs nt the   Cumberland   News  .1UHTIN w\\\\\      iofl'(,t'' nil<1 ,l,e>' vvi11 ,>e n"e'"'M-  ' N.IU .1 Ai������Ji������������������������������( I������������ promp'ly when the   ageut :������r-  Wx'eA Mnv '-Ttlt, IHN  I rives in town.  l  GO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  KOK   \OWs  Genl Blacksmlthiag  -AND -  Horseshoeing  Third St,       Cmiilii-rUuvi  fiQ  Gleaning  and  ^epairrtncj  *\     SHOP  Mrp. .1'onkin������, I'ropi'tet'/.*  Oftntl(������������u*)0''*- Suits Ct.ia������������Kl unit ltv  priirort, Laillo*' Wovk ti Spn-'it-Uy  "ln-t Mo Dy������( KorYou.''  Bciivardo JluiVlinj*,   Ihtr.nnxtir Ave  ggr oi.n SK\vsrArv:p������ft For,  SALE AT Tlllfl OFKrCK jbj| /THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  y-ya  Real  Lssop Simulation  D WATCH FREE.  A. - atzmlchtlarmrd ffcnarooa  offer ,lium   an  watblt&hod  firm. ; Wa aro-clrlnf awar r  WtUhM   to   thousand,    cl ti  -   Miopia all   orcr   U������ U  workl    ������;������������������*���������������������������������. ho������������  tdre.-tlwrnoit.    Mew  U    yoar   chuica    to  ObUIn om.     Writ*  now,    tnclMliu-.*< ts  MnU lor one oC   par  tuhlonabla L ad la a-  Lone      Gourd,,      er  Gona'   Albert.,   east  rear!**'" raid to *oar  -with the walch, wtaldx  will   b������   niton    Vrw  UhoM    watehoa     ���������*���������  . KUM&ntoed fl,������ roan),  ahonld- yoa talui ad*  vacueo ol oar nisnal.  meet  rm  to  tell  roar  lri������4������  k">������"-t'"ui   ta&   ������-������w   then    tb������   Uaulllal    ������������t������h.  Dno'l think Ihln oBer too ������ood to ka tnia, but aond  **s   rontv   to-dAr  and  s.ln   ft   Vrr*  Watch.     Yoa  w7ll\������ aMMfc*-*-VHJJ'!**  ft   LLOVD,  Wbo!e*U  I Jon-rtcn liltl'l- ">* >. 1������. ComnallU Itoad, Loadaa, U.,  . Esslind. '   "  "���������wmtfwwv       iw j    m.,  A Moveible Feast  An old Scot was a great golf enthusiast and a young man who l**as  equally enthusiastic about the game  had spent the whale day on the links  anft had-had some'remarkably close  ar d exciting contests.        .  .  As they left for home, the old  man remarked while his face lighted  up with a pleasant smile:  "Eh, mon, bu* it's been a 'gran'  day'"  'It has," assented the young ���������ma**.,  "Dae ye think ye could come ajaiu  the morn.-laddii?"  "Weel," answered the young man  reflectively, "I was to hae been married, but 1 can pur. it off."   -  POISONOUS  ATCHES  In less than two years  it will  be unlawful to buy or use  poisonous white phosphorous  matches  Everybody    should   begin  now to use  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS  "SESQU1" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  The Elusive Jeopard  An applicant fo������ ft place as teacher in one of the colored, schools, at  Louisville was I** lug examlnp.d touching his fitness fcr tlm. position. He was  a small, dapper, yellow person, wear  ing gold spedac1 .'a a long black coat,  and an abiding air cf great dignity  Had No Power  Over the Limbs  German  Hcrsu  Extracts Square Rcot  The "thinking horse" of Eberflvld,  Germany,  has be^n visited    by    iha  "nature  poat"   Maurice   Maeterlinck,  Railway From Moscow to Warsaw  The railway from Moscow to Warsaw  follows, thol route, taken by  Na-  poieon's army on the famous retreat  Locomotor Ataxla(< Heart Trouble and  Nervous Spells Yielded to Dr. .  Chase'a  Nerve  Food  It would be easy to tell you howl^||,1     hJ  Dr. Chase's  Nerve  Food  cures loco"Buuauu*7 bnai-ere5-  motor 'ataxia  and  derangements    of  heart and nerves, but it may be more  satisfactory to you to read this letter.  Mrs. Thos. Allan, R.F.D. 3, Sombra, j  Ont., writes: "Five years ago I suffered a complete breakdown, and frequently had palpitation of the heart.  Since that illness 1 have had dizzy  spells, had no "power over my limbs  (locomotor ataxia) and could not  walk straight. At night ] would hme  severe nervous spells, with heart palpitation, and would shake as though  1 had the ague. 1 felt improvement  after using the first box of Br. Chase's  who says he coula not have ter-n-fiom Moscow'in 1S12, when it passed  more astounded if he, had heard the j Borodino and over the Beresiua river,  dead speak. "One feels .ashameJ.' | The first dno of railway to be con-  he adds, "of the loug injustice towaid j structed   in .Russia  was  opened    Jn  animals  by  humau    beings.   ..Every  certainty and all"  security. - seemed  tik*. ,������vo...in.iMon  ���������*������������������-.-* in  i**in  nP.,i  Norvc'Food, and after continuing tne  Uie examination was in  part oral';,,.������������������,,���������������������������, ��������������������������� ������������������w wnllr nnt nnrt Rlfl(M,  and syntax bad beet- rendu d  I treatment can now walk, eat and "sleep  ^Sii'xsSniihr'oiVTOd1"*11- "������������������'��������� ������������������" "erv������"s ���������',cU5 ���������"���������*��������� ���������io  jeop  The  candidate's  brow  wrinkled.  "Wnich?" ho inquired.  "What do vou understand the word  ' jeopardized' t-.< un-an?"  !    For just one  short half-minute he  1 hesitated.    Then' he   answered   son-"  orously: *    '-  I 'In ' reply to yo' question I would  ' state that -.hat would refer to any  1 act committed by a jeopard."  told several of my neighbors of tho  splendid results obtained from the uso  of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food." * .  Dr. Chase's Nervo Food, 50c a box,  6 for $2.50, all dealers, or Edmauson,  Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  ! At a podticdl .meeting a very en-  ' thusiastic  German    made a    speech,  'beginning like c'.is:  !    "My deai fellow-citizens and fellow-  ; Germans,  I >don't want,  to say    nod-  : dings about nobody, but look at.,dem  Irish in de Tenth Vard; vot have dey  got?    Paved street!    And vot haf we  get?    Miit?!    Mat:  ; "Now. my fe.low-citizens and fel  | low Chermans, yot 1 vish to,, say is  ! dis.    Coom   let u^ put our heads lo-  gedder und mal'e a block pavement."  LOSSES   SURELY PREVENTED  ������������������'.���������hy   Cutier'������   Blackleg   Pills.     Low-'-  priced, fresh, reliable: .preferred by  Western,stockmen because they protect*���������������������������where;   other,   vaccines    fall.  -���������'���������Write'for* booklet and testimonials.  ,10-doM pkge. Blackleo Pillj 51.00  '   50'dose pkge. Blackleg Pills   4.00  '���������'-���������.'-.-"!"���������'���������".���������'.. "'"Use"'any injector;* but Cutter's best.  Tbg superiority of Cutter products Is duo to over" 15  years on* specializing'-in-'vaccinas, and serums only. ,,:  Insist on Cutter's l:Tf unobtainable, order direct.*"-  THE   CUIJER   LABORATORY,   Berkeley,, CaWornlf*,  Terrible  "Wis  it'a, bav   accident?"-  "Well,.' . Vas' knocked    jieecheiss,.  aid  mv' .wheel   Wat   Knocked    spokeless.'   " ���������  Grigio of ".he Drama  The dri.,ja. in the only Sense in  which i������ is worth talking about, had  its origin in Gre*ic immediate'y iol-  lowing ue dettat of Darius-Iind Xo-v  -X������S,_ahour_liJ. jtO__ Its    blrtnplacc  ���������was Atheas, and iti- fathers were Aes  chylus   and   Aristothanes���������Aeschylus  of tragedy ai ���������   Aristophanes of com  edy.   Wher. the Greek and Roman civilization  went into eclipse under ih?  L'ack clyi.d oi northern barbarianism  the theatre, as' wich nearly everything  fcise, beciiiiie extinct, but during tho  middle ag^s {.etiui* was in a-measure  resumed in the form of the "Morel'-  ties," or mural plajR of the ecclesiastics, and it w,is from such plays that  the modern drama was slowly evolved.  ���������St. Louis limes  ' Lov������ an I the Drama  A periodi-*.'- i.'-.T.ted to lhe drama  pleads for plays bas?en un some emotion other than low. The difficulty in  producing such ".lays is thai every  play must ha *< a hero and in making  a" hero a..nos������ ii.e.'itably adopts the  view expressed 2 OpC years ago oy a  scribbler on one oi the dead walls of  Pompeii. "He who hfs never loved a  woman "is not a gentleman."���������Exchange.  They wer? epeakihg of force -of  habit in t'ae lobby of p. hotel the other  night when Charles. W. Bryan, brother  of Secretary of State William 3. Bryan,  told of an incident along thai line.  One afternoon "two pretty girls ram-  b'.ed up to the platform of a country  railroad station. Evidently, from their  dress and manner, one of the fair'.ts  was going to take the train and,the  other had come to see her off.  Eventually the train steamed "into  the little station but the traveller  seemed in no great hurry " to get  aboard. With watch in hand the conductor waited.. Finally, he looked toward tho fair passenger impatiently  "Madam," said he,- with another  glance at his watjh "if you are going  on this train you must get aboard."  ���������"J)*st a minute," returned the passenger,* with a flustered expression- I  must give my sister'' a kiss."  "Get aboard misc," obligingly responded the conductor, "I will attend  to that.''  Materlintk first '."looked deep in  trio horse's eye to'' seek there soiue  spark of his spirit.' and then set tno  horse to various tasks. The animal's  owner, Iierr Krall, first caused tne  horse to spell Maeterlinck's name and  then left tho,j*oon*. whllo Maeterlinck himself sot the horso to spell  the name of his hotel  Later, Krall gave tho horse some  square and cube roots to extract.  When Maeterlinck was askod to set  the snuaro root himself, ho wrote  oh"' a board the first figures that came  Into his head, since as he admits .ho  hns no knowledge whatever of this  kind of mathematics. The horse declined tho task, lifting his forefoot  and keeping it suspended.  Aftor repeated attempts to causa  the horso to fulfill the task, Krall  tried himself and discovered that he  numbers us written by Maeterlinck  had no square root.  Summarizing his experiences, Maeterlinck says he beileves there must  exist in some horses the same kind  of subconsciousness in certain matters which exist in some human beings. There are men and women of  ordinary oro evon inferior. Intellect  who have this same extraordinary  subconscious gift for certain problems, while a brilliant methematiclan  like President Poincar'e confesses  total inability to add up one column  of figures without making a mistake.  ' Maeterlinck ii'.'nce concludes that  horses and-probably all other animals have a second sense analogous  to the human second sense, and he  thinks that sooner or later , human  beings will be forced to recognize In  this second sense the true wond  spirit manifesting itself ' intermittently in all cor.'-eis of tl^e known  world, "in the- si'.ence of'stones and  (lowers. ir.sects und stars," striving  to reveal to humanity its own secret.  . Luck    Bessie  "And what," asked a visitor at the  North Dakota state fair, "do,'you call  that kind of a cucun.her?" ->  "That," replied a Fargo politician,  "is the insurgeat cucumber. It doesn't  agree with a party."���������Judge.  t'Nnw, Johnny," said tho mother of  thi? young hostes'. to the littlo boy  guest, "I want you to feel perfcc-ly  at home,"  "H'm!" growled Johnny, "I don't  want io fnol nt home." I want to hava  a good time."���������Penny Magazine.     ���������>  Aids  t.*.'.History  Mrs  Browu���������Iluven't you found per*  uoii'illy  that h-stcrv always   'repeats  itSPlf? ' ���������   '"  "Mrs. BU.-U.---NO- always. Thp heigh  Having need ol' some small change,  the mistress of the house stepped co  the top of .*he back stairs.  "Bessie."nsiie or-ltd to the maid below, "have you any coppers down  there?" ���������'  "Yes'm���������two, f-.ltered Bestie. '������������������>.*t  they're both my cousins, "' please  ma'am '*���������London Punch.  ���������  The use of Miller's Worm Powders  insures healthy children so far as the  ailments attri'jat'ible to . worms are  j concerned A high mortality among  children is traceable to "worms. Th?se  snp tht strength' of infants so that  they are unable to maintain the bat-  th for life and succumb to weakness.  This preparation gives promise of  health and keeps it., .  An Ignoble Use  'Crayon-Pap-  Swards That Snapped  A great many swords were brought  home aft'i" the wa.* between the Suites  welded iri the middle, because tho  young officers who owned them-1'ad  bragged about' their elasticity and had  broken them in trying'to demons'.ate  it. The tragedy'*happenod in this way:  Tl.e young officor. In setting out for  [the war nad b*-en glveji ,,a fine swerd  by hij aJnii.in?; frirnds at home. He  was'told ind made (o belle'v,? that Ills  sword was, of tried Damascus or Toledo ste^i and that it ��������� 'would- bend  doulle' without bieaking. In camp  somewhere thj-^oting captains and  lieutenants would fall to vaunthig their  W a s hln g Fdn- Tr v iilfF'i Tv  ers" says: "I was orce at an-evening  entertainment giv-r by- the Duke of  Wellington at Anulcy House to Wiil-  iMn IV. The duke had manifested  iiis'od'mlratioi! of his great adversaiy,  Napoleon by having portraits oi n.-m  ii different parts oi the house. At :he  bottom 'of the grind staircase stood  the colossia'i stitui? of the empeior by  Canova.' It was cf marble lr. the antique style, with one arm partly extended, holding a .figure of '���������'ictory,  Over his nnt. the'-ladles 1n tripping  upstairs tc the bail had throwr* their  shawls. It was a singular office for  the statue of Napoleon to* perform ln  the mansion of the Duke of Wellington!  Imperial Caesar, dead and turned to  clay!  183S, but it *.7JS noV until.* 1S51, wLen  St. Petersburg and Moscow wr-re  connected by rail, that a line of any  length was- in use. ;   -  Since that time the mileage of railways in Russia, as in most other  countries, haf i eased rapidly. In  1SS6 it was la.OOi* mil and in 1SGS.  2G.500. In 1904 it hau increased to  3S.000 miles, including the ' great  rans-Sib'-i'-an *ine, while in 1910 it  was mote than \47.-J00 miles, .w'Jh  -1,700 miles under construction or puo*  jected.  The standard gauge in Ruiisin is  five foet~ns rempm-ed with tho 4  foot SV-2 inidies more generally,prevalent In tho rest of Europe���������with the  result that thr- - carriages are vory  roomy and comfortable.  The appearance of the engines Is  very curious, reminding one ln somo  respects , of Su-phensou's "Rocket"  and other earlier models.1- The most  striking featur?s of these engines are  thoir high funi.eb, to which a kind  of cap is attached, the enormous lamp  on tho front, und"a railed in footplate  extending right round the body,of tue  locomotive.  As Smir+ as His Boy  When Sir William' Grant was twenty-seven and was known to the world  as a promising witer, his father, who  was a retired naval surgeon, wrote a  sfmi-metaphysical, semi-medical book  entitled-"Shirluy Hall Aslyum," his  first "book.'  - Edith A Brown, when preparing a  biography -jf the }*ounger man, hating  heard that ilie son was the incentive  from without whict spurred Into action the inLerPi-t, but dormant literary  talent of the father, asked if such was  the fact.    - ������    ��������� -  "Yes." replied the author of tl.e  "''Bab"BallFdIT'^nTl^liF"wittiesrii'Dret"  tos ever writ tan, 'I think the little  success which had attended my humble efforts certair-'y influenced my father r  "You see,'' he added, with a suspi-  cion^of a smile, "my father never had  ai. exalted idea cf my ability. He  thouirht if I coulii write anbody could  and forthwith he began."  For Sunday School Teachers  A teacher in a mission Sunday  school in a Scottish town has some interesting stories tc tell, in the Missionary Record of the United Free  church, of the- answers which have  come from infant ,Hp3 to hor Bible  questions. Sometimes one gets a perfectly natural but wholly unexpected  reply. Asked .what Naaman did afttr  washing .in Uo Jordan before he, returned to his native land, one mite  gave the obviou-i answer, "Dry his-  self." The class *was told the story of  the "ittle SLur.amlto, his sunstroke faiid  his Restoration by the prophet, and  wishing to inculcate- gratitude the  teacher asked what the mother would  do when she sot him back. "Pit a ban-  net on Ids heid." shouted immediately  a practical youth.  A prominent uotor car- manufacturer in the midlands had the idea of  naming hir. earn after flowers. Said he  to a friend-  "I think of calling that'new car over  there." pointing tc a huge red limousine, "the Orlmsc-. Rambler.   .  But his friend, who .had been out in  the indicated car. replied, kindly:  "Why iot call iJ the Virginia Creepier?" ,  .  Dust Causes Asthma. J Even a little  speck too small to see will, lead to  agonies which no words can describe.  -T-he-walls-of���������ih���������'oreathing_tubes.,con-���������  tract and Jt seems as if the very lif-s  must pass. From this condition Dr. J,  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy brings,  the user to perlect rest and health It  relieves tl.o passages and normal  breatfiing s firmly established again  Hundreds >of testimonials received annually prove its effectiveness.  Cayenne pepper- is said to be a reliable and effectivfc means of preventing seasickJess-  ^^A-slice-of-breadJ.iJirsubutte_i*fitLand_  sprinkled with the pepper and is then  folded over so that it  can be eaten,  without burning th������ mouth,and throat  ���������Popular Mechanics.  Minard's.  therla.  Llnltvent    Cures    Diph-  Music il Possibilities  Modern compos .rs who lach the fac  trusty h'.sdos, ano. on'n" borone"of them j ulty  of   jrintiT*;    original    melodies  wouid stick the porrit of hls"sword"'ii.to!Bornctir..e,S't:'y* to console themselves  n   tree  anft   begin   to   bend  the   hilt i with the rcfli-cLlon Uiat the melodious  around to moot tho point.   And just afl j posslb'litlos iav- be-n exhaiiHt**d How  tho hilt came around the blade snap-i far this Is from bidng, truo Dr. Rali-li  pod in two in the middle. (Very .'PW! Punstai. hit anown-   'Even with s..:h  of those presentations swords were us a short miia'cc*; ''orm as the Angl'ca^  . , ..     Damascus or as Toledo as they w-r'o; single -.hant, which consists in Its sun-  Bo rs i-fi.ie.'it.H-   moat   of my history,���������   snpposFd to ho). i pie stiitpmont vt the - notes,   no   Ii-bb  Mw "lork ri-nee    . . After that    tho    two pnrts of the thnn 60,000 000 diiforonf ni'edclies are  sword had to he- welded, and the *6t-: pas-dhl.-,; w'.t'ionl. regarding thi* muitl-  pon shows the welding to this da}.��������� t'ldliio.;** dlff-ircices Tormrd by pasBlng  Now York Mali.  The three young Borden children  were visiting theii Grandma Borden,,  and the, occasion was one ot groat  merriment for them. After a while it  proved a trifle too noisy for grandma  ai.d she sal J reprovingly:  "Good gracbui, children, why aro  you so pidsy today? Can't you try And  be a little morv qalet? You are making my head ache."  "Now. grandma," said little six-  year-old Dorothy, "you mustn't scold  us. You see, .f .'; wasn't for ua, you  wouldn't be i grandma at all"���������  Everybody!** Magazine.  Wif'-��������� Every'nIng Isg-'tflng1 hlgliftr.  ��������� l!ushand--OI,     I     don't     knew.  TIh'm's you* ii|*,iiii*;ii of mo   and    my  opinion of  loth of us."���������Cms-rout.  Keep Cool  and  Comfortable  Don't spend so much of  yonr time conking during hot  wenther, nnd your fumily will  be healthier without the heavy  cooked foods,  Give them  Post  Toasties  They're light and easily  digested arid yet nourishing  and satisfying. No bother in  prepnration���������just pour from  the package and add crenm  and sugar���������or they're mighty  good with fresh berries or  fruit.  'The    Memory   Lingers"  Caniullnn VoRtum Ccronl Co., Ltd.,  Windsor, Out  "   -Af to Papa's Wealth  "Mnnini'i, what lu papa'worth?!'  'I don't know, dour, hut it. r*ust ho  a great, d'.-al. .1 heard lilm B<iy oico  that he hiu; put $1.00,000 Into a 'mining  'OITVMlllV'B  fjtO'JC ' i  i  "What's ill- nair- of tlio mining  company?" ���������  *  "Wild i at, I 1hinl* ho said. I p'-o*  t.rnio ll.oy nniiip-l li thlil, bofcniiHo It's  lr Homo unsotth'd country .away out  on the frontier "���������-U'longo Trilmiio '  "Gentlemen, I can't lie about th**  horse;- ho is Hind in one eye," said the  auctioneer. * V  The horse was soon .knocked down  to a clilxen, who had been grentiy  struck by. tho auctioneer's honesty,  ard aftor paying for the horse, ho  suld:  "You wen- honest enough to tell mo  that this anlnvil Is blind in one oyc,  lr, there any  othor defect?"  "Yes, sir; thero is. Ho Is nlso blind  in tho othor cj'e," was the prompt  reply,  . t'efore  "You used tt say." she complained,  'that ,1 was your surlight; that the  world was gloomy when you were not  in my pres'.ince."  'I know,'" he sadly .replied, "that  was boforo you had acquired tho habit  of telling me candidly every few minutes what you thought of me."���������Chicago Record-Herald-  Mr. Gogarty (ln proposing /'the  bride's health,'���������An' It's myself - is  proud to say I 'avc knowed the brld-3  thi** -10 y.iar  Tho Bride���������It's u thunderlir liar you  aro, Pogarty, mo boln' just turned  thirty wan an' a half.���������Sydney Bulletin.  Drudgery Is tho gray angel of flue-  cess.���������Dr Garnet  Mlnard'e Liniment Cures Colds, ete.  Ca!lor���������How n:uch for a marriag*  license?  Town Clerk���������One dollar.,  . Culler���������I've onl;   got 50 cents.  Town Ck-r*.���������You're   lucky.���������Phlla-  1 delphia Bu'letln.        '     '"  "Why, lck tere,' said the merchant,  who was in nt-ed of a boy, "aern't yott  the same boy who was'here a wool"  ago?"     v  "Yes. sir," said ihe applicant,  "I thought bo.   And didn't I toll yoo  then that I wanted ar. older boy?"  ("Yes, sir.   That'*, why I'm hack, nn  o-dor uow,"  rilm���������-Whnt's your business?  Flnni���������ContrA-.tor.  Film���������What line?  Flam���������Dijots ���������Judge,  On the ^reiU clock of time there li  hut one -"/oro���������Now.  Some En-jUsI* Nnme**.  II. Is n d'ffl'.'iilt matter ndiiiel'lincs to  flpell an ''���������"���������ir.-lmh namo from horirliw  It protioii'icoil Vur Insliuicn, KMnpi-  harsnn is aroinii'iicod Fa hi Hon. Thin,  Ir.Wf.'VDr, In "slni| I,* nH A B C" coin-  Pf'.rod with the Weird renderings of  Heme oilier mini *n Who, for liiHt.itice,  would di'o.-m of pronouncing Wool-  fnrdlHwoi-Uiy ()o/,rj, WrontordKlolhh  Item-ley or WyrnrdUbury Rusyhury?���������  I-o'jrHdP.'ii.  In Poland, Hchoolglrls nro compelled hy law to wear their hnlr  away back from their faces and tied  In the hack with n t.rown liulr ribbon.  They    **re    also    li-roni-H-u    io \v.-,.i  nnd'ai'slliary notes, harmonies and  rhythmical accentuation. Supposing  only one In :- Vimircd of tliece toi:os  to he -niuslPaliy interest Ing, we ha"e a.  poRplhlo, rcpi.rk.ry  of    00,000    8lii-/le London's ~lrst Stone Bridge  chiinli. 'An:i 1" lhlp he true of quel) Lcndon only galn-'d its true position  aslmpi'. nml rPHtrlctcil form of ino'o- and liuportai.ci when the first bii'-B  Ay, with wliac ovpi'whelmli'R foiee i roplnei'd tlio fi.r"y across the Thames  does U iipplj i.'." longer nml iiiore lm Tl.o Ilrst ^one br (lgo there aoomu-'o  li'.irtnnt co;ii|i i3itJ',ns!" Thn chromatic hnve b*.-en bJg'in li 117'!; there hnd  scale yields <~vi>* G OOO.OOO.O'-o po.s?l- iirovlouuly bei'r. e* wooden atructuie.  bllltli-B in Hi j conftructlon of moloili.~H ! ]i is said idm- King John, plensod w'th  ���������Chk-a/c, NfWo. | the bridge:   th-it ������.e :mw lu   Frn/ico,  hroiighi jvar a nl'll'od French wo*k-  limn nnd he decl'io*! to cniso the dcm-os-  miry rovenio f'oni the rant of houses  built upo.i tlilo bridge, lie nrcnea  wero iiai'i'ov,*, romi-tlmi-fl causing ac-  cldentH .o hont������i j)i.i,8liig benoiitlr, Mid  oeeiiHimitilly who1 > bloekn of liounei*,  fulling Into disitpnlr, would topplo  over into tl.j Hiteain, Thoro w-to  twenty .trp'-eB o'i-.> forming a drawbridge. Many ������e sons made a draw  bridge tlPblrnl.V*���������not only tho passing  of iwiBti'd vctiohi. hut the jowor of  nilslng It aguh.et an otieuiy.���������Mllwau  keo Soi.tlnol.  If you want th������ host piecrust It  Rhiiuld hu in.'iilo the day before you  wlHliito use H nm: put into "th" re-  I'rlgeralor. Tlieti tlio crust will be  tlaky '.md crlHp. If you wish It lo *���������<������������������  lain the e.iiHpnPBa after baking h������t  tho plei> cool t::oro..*,-hly before putting-  Into ehikot or tddehi.ard Never put the  baked pie into the''refrigerator or It  will be HOR������y '  When did tho word "suburb" (Vrt  tlnd Uh way Into the language? It is  til-oil In a recently discovered fourteenth ord'n'iiuo of tho city *.'iilld of  carpenters jirovldlug that tlie mo'ii-  hors shoulil ntteiu: iho funernl of any  one of the fra-'ornlty roBldont wlth'n  t'...   cltv  "������r  Ir.   tho  pithlnirlip"    Thol  KSS**1,  ^y>y  ?' X*' .���������*"    o'    .'  .CPiNT.  ���������w.  Jv,H\':ie;-y"^r'cortu^\\nTlV"thov iiavi*' -lntural* Inferencp Ir that ovon then It Ily"  Tho   young   mnn    brought   flomo  \n,t.et to bin father.  "Father, I havo written p-jems."  "What!   Lot m������ ado thom iiistunt-  grr.duatC'd.  ."Why Ib it that tlio slrawhorrlea at  tho bottom of your Iioxob uro alwnyH  no much smaller thnn   thoso nt   the  .. . -- -       -     *   - -*        y   \ -t,-,.-   i  t.il)l ,      tWm\ M   .ti,.������.   ,S^.���������,j ..-. *  "Ah, madam,'' hald the "firocor, "you  dnn't put it quite corroctly. You  Bhould iiBk why tho borrli'B at the top  of tho boxoB aro ro much larger than  thoso at tho bottom,"���������Judge.  Mio bpeclalty  "Do you apeak several la*i(,iia*"C9  falher?"  "No, my Ron," replied Mr. llenji-jk  gazing Bidly at Ms wife, "hut I do  know tho mi'tho   tongue."���������Judge,  was part of the coryiluy till It of i'ad  clllzeim.���������l':tll Mail Oaxctte.  Don't dlp.Hlpntc your powers, strlvo  roiiHtnntly  to    concenlnito    thorn ���������  Cnt tho.  N . N   U   1011  Tho Old 'Un���������-Pint k, niy hny, plmk���������  unit nnd IriHt. that Ik the ono timentlal  tO PUI'CI'RS  In bllHlllOBR.  Tin- YmiiiK   t'u���������Oh, of   fiviuii.'    t  -jfiulte 'iiiilerHtrtnd that.   Tho trouble id  ' finding HDiucont- to jduck.- -\nawuru  Constipation  is an runny within the enmp. It will  undermine the (itronger-t constitution  nnd ruin the most vigorous health.  It lea (I a to indigestion, bilioiisncti,  .impure hlood, had com'/h-Aimi, tick  headaches, and it one of tlie nion;  (icuucut causes of appcniliritii. To  ficelcctitis ilow suicide. J>r. Morse'i  Indian Koot Pills positively cur������  Coniftijiatir'n. *nic-/i arc entirety  vegetable in compomtion and do not  sirken, weaken or gripe. 1'rcservt  your health by taking  Dr. Morse's    "  Indian Root Pillt  'i'lio tulbtir ttuft Ihetf. over cnrrtnl-  ly, tlio totrn aluwly v/elllng to his  eyes as h-i did bo  FlnlBhliiK tho h:st one lio threw  down the mniiiiBcrlpt, foldoil,. tlio uoy  to his breast ar.������ sobbed: _  "Oh, my puu,*, ������iooi ho.������'."  "Are tboy a'J b'n. aa that, fathor?"  'Had! Thoy iiio oxccllont, They  nro real pooti'y M; boy, my boy, you  will etflivo t^ ileatb!"  "Thla IB my rou Frctlerlek, Mr. Fob-  dick," mild Mr. ������!snd**r������ vrmuHy, in-  iroducliiB i.lB dvcytui-old boy to hln  caller-  "Well, ji'rr-derlek," boM the caller,  "do vou oboy yonr mamma?"  ' Yes, nlr." replied Frederick promptly, "and to diet p'-P''*"  Mnnd���������I������ek led- vo last nlsht that  j; wns be.iufffiil.  Ethnl���������AaJ yet pioplo nay Jack n,u \  no Imr-ginntlnn- Iloston Transcript,  Build Concrete  Crib Floors and Supports  'THEY keep the rats, squirrels and other  rodents from carrying away your profits.  Millions of dollars are lost to farmers each  year, through the ravages of rodents in  crihs and granaries. Part of this loss is  paid by every farmer whose ���������crib .floor  isn't built of concrete.  Concrete crib floors and supports stop the waste because  They Protect Your Grain  Concrete is strong, durable and clean, It never wean  out and needs practically no repairs. It is the cheapest of all materials for cribs ami granaries.  Write for this free boolc "What the Farmer can do  with Concrete," It tells all about the uses of concrete and will help every farmer' to have better  buildings and save money.  Farmer'* [nfornuilion Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  504 Herald Building, Montreal s'C'  /^  \  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  v  Under the name  ["OMEGA"' knowledge   a n d   quality  combine to. malic a  '-watch as perfect as  ia timepiece^ can j be  [made.j'  ���������i  For sc.le by  . .   *\il jewelers.  CLARK'S  t Great Crest of the Sierra  Mount Whitney, the highest joint in  the United States, is not an isolated  mountain jit-alt, like Mount Shasta .or  Mount. Rainier but is the loftiest point  in, the great California crest or enormous saw'tooth ridge of the Sierra Nevada,. ine't-**ing many eminences al-  inost as ".ugh. Mount Whitm*} is 34,-'  Sol feet'abo'e sea level. Among those  of slightly lesser height' ar������ Mount  Russell, lyss than a mile distant, 14,-.  190 fat*; Mount Williamson, 14,:-'84  feet; Mount Muir. 14,205 feet; Mount  L,anglcy, 14,042 feet'; Mount Barnard,  14,003 feet, and Mount Tyndall, 14,025  feet. The most dlr.trnt ot thete Is less  than six m-".es away.  Ry a strange freak of nature the  lowest point of dry land in the United  States is loss thwj eighty miles from  tlie highest The lowest point is in  Death Valley and is~27ti feet below  sea level, It Is bald that from this  point-Mount Whitney can be easily  seen on a ?lear day.  SOUPS  ch.  Soup p-robleaM ant-fed.  CUrk doo> va* worry-  ;. lag and t*m work���������  sad aamoaa aatiatao.  Hon.  Older k  KTEAU  MHCimwrn  1 THE JOHN INGLIS CO:  LIMITED '  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  A Question cf Brains  At a club frequented by doctors tno  discussion camo jp recently whether  a person could live without a brain.  During the discourse ono' of the doctors said: "When I was practisi.ig  medicine in Indiana a remarkable case  came under my supervision. A man  while out hunting hnd leaned upon his  shotgun and the weapon had gone off  accidentally, making a large wound.ii*-  his head just above the ear. The brain  was laid bare and In bringing tbo patient to the hospital a handful of the  gray matter leaked out. He wns trepanned and flnallv recovered, bis men-  I ta! faculties apparently as good as  ever."    *   ** *  "Your storv k Interesting," interrupted an auditor, "but it sounds to  me somewhat inconsistent."  "Why so?" questioned the narrator,  "Becnus-*," answered the other doc-,  tor. " if :ie h;.d evei had a handful of  brains he Wouldn't have leaned on ihe  gun."���������National Monthly.  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  ,. Nine timej la ten when the liver is ri**ht tlie  stonu-.ch.and bowel* we right.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  'gently but firmly com-  pel a lazy liver to  do its duty  Cure* Con-  - -tipation,  lndiges  tion,  Sick   .  Headache, and Distress after Eating.  Small Pi!!, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine mutt l������������r Signature  (Wi  Marketing Wool in the West  Some id������.-a of tue work being un-'  dertaken bv tho Co-operative Organisation Brand, of tue Saskatchewan Oe-  part.ineiit <-.f Agriculture may be glean  en from the fact that wool has been, tho farmer was um  hem tc Elsemann Bros,, |������s dog crawl from  A real estate man liad been out In  the country   to   look   at   a piece of  property, and the oM. farmer accompanied hiii*. ba -k to town to close tne I  deal.    Aftor travelling  several  miles  If  IIIIW-W  The Legs In Swimming  The comet stroke of the legs is ox-  actly like that .of a frog's hind legs.  Watch one of theso frogs and copy his  stylo. You cannot do better. The legs  aro drnwa up together slowly, not with  a jerk, nntl; they aro gathered in close  under the bcidy. Then with a sudden,  quick spring they ar1? shot out behind,  the nnkles buliig turned so that the  soles of the feet present as flat a surface " as possible co the water and so  offer more resistance" from which to  make progress. As the kick is made  the leg's should bj spread out in the  shape of a letter V., but not allowed  to sink far down ander the surface of  the water. If they kick downward at.  any angle ���������nsteart of out straight behind much cf their energy Is wasted In  unnecessarily forcing the body out of  the water .instead of forward.  shipped by the  Boston', Mass., the lot Including more  than 50,000 pound- worth approximately 59,000. The wholo supply marketed  through this agency was purchased at  17% cents per pound, and the producers will rece've Aft? price, less the  bare cost of marketing. ; /  " This is merely another iustanio of  the1 awakening of livo stock interest  in tho west, and an example of tho  benefit to oo deiived from tho farmer working alon:-; co-operative * linos.  Last year the tnjall wool growers  obtained prices - tinging from 8 to" 10  cents for their' clips; this year the  price is practically doubled, ln addition to theso small producers tho largo  (lock owners hnvo also availed themselves of tho opportunity.  A'inong tiie woo! growers sending  shipments are .loseph Glenn, Sooth.  Qu'Appelle, 1,C(K pounds; from Fop  hishor. 1.400 bounds, and from Neptune, 1,200 po. nris.  Alborta woo! growers in considerable numb-, rs are selling , their wool  through the Safkatchowan government agenc**; and tu addition, tho  clip' of a large flock of. mohair goats  is being bold by the branch on "behalf of rnncujrs of "Dclburno, Alberta.*  Mr; W. G. Mnwhlnnoy, of the department of ag'iculturo, who is in  charge of tho work of shipping, stated  that tho wool received was, .ln-g^od  condition, and that for tho nior.t. part  the sacks >vere ccr-octly marked on  the, outside in i.ecordanco with t'-ie  instructions issued by the. department. ���������������������������-..  much surprised to seo  under the peat, for  he had no ideu that it had follow d  him- As tbe Iran, slowed up at a  junction, the farmer put the dog off  tho car aud clia&od him away,  "That's uo nice a dog to lose," remarked the real estate man. "Does ao  kiiow the way home?"  ��������� "Does he?" echoed the old farmer.  "Why, mister, Vya sold that dog four  times."���������Judgo.  '  Engines o:: all kinds, Boilers ot all  ktnas, Piu.iibing Machinery.  Tanks, Heavy 'Plate Work, etc.���������  .Write for orkes.-      .     -h '  TORONTO.  CANADA  Not the Silent Partner  "I want to telegraph $25 to Chicago," said a man t-j tho clerk in a Boston telegraph ;>.ffi * recently.  "The name, please,"aasked    the receiving teller, a good looking   youug  woman behin '. the counter, whose age  i mi"ilit have teen twenty-live.  "It's for Mrs,. Mary I\. Brown, 175  ��������� avenue ' answi-red the' man.  ' "Your name, too, please," again questioned the you**;,' woman. "  "My name is Hem Brown; I'm the  other half of the firm," answerei Uio  man.  "The money" goei to the silent partner, eh?" good na;.urt<dly remarked 'tie  yv-ung woman.     ' ������������������/  '. "Not on your Uf*. she Isn't." answered the man. "Nothing slier t about  her. She's niadt more noise for the  last two weeks fo.- this $25 than-you  jean imagine. She's the noisy partner  of Xhe firm, and she makes s;ood with  thg_ti t]e_ toil-���������13ostonJlra.ve������eri_^,  DIgby, N.S.  Minard's Liuimen*. Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,--Last August my horso  was badly, **u* in eleven places by a  barbed wire fence. Three .of the ciits,  (small ones) healedq,soon, but '.he  others became, foul and rotten, and  though I tried many , kinds of medicine they had no beneficial result. At  last a doctor advised me to use MINARD'S LINIME:;V and In four weeks*  time every sore was healed and tha  Little Jack wanted a dog���������an' lr.;.**li  terrier, for choice--but a doubt exited  ln the mind of liL- fond mother as to  whether it would be wise to introduce  one,into tho'.hous-j on account-of '.he  cut's dislike for the caJnine race in  general.  Still re uttering wishes and .threats  under his ������������������iresth, Jack departed for  school with a look of dire determination on his face.  As dinner timo drew near liis mocker was, as usual, .standing at the.window in order, to watch the young hopeful, approaching the -house.    To her  English uaws on Finding  Judge  Atho.dey   Jones    stopped   a  caso  against  r.  maii   and *his    s>u  charged with "stealing by finding'   a  rug which  tho    younger    defeud'int  picked up aftor it had blown off a  motorcar.    Tho  Judge,  in    directing  the jury to'return a verdict of not  guilty, said ihat thp' law with regt.'d  to   finding   property,   although   there  was a popular superstition that tlnd  ing was keeping, i was very clear,    lf  a person found an artlclo It was his  duty to preservt* it, and, if ho had any  reason to suppos,,- that It belonged to  a certain person, it became* his duty  to go to that person to mako inquirlof.  in order to ascertain.   But otherwise  thero was no'actual duty upon him to  take  it   to  a  polico  station.  It  was,  probably ,r. prudent c6'urso,'->'bnt  cue'  police had no greatei right to the article than tho person who^found-lt���������  London, Times.  PCL.ES  ,You will Iind relief in Zam-Buk t  it eases the burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with Zam-  Buk, means cure; Why not prove  this ? -AU Drvetjist* and Store*.���������  u '* **  . to* bos.  taJm Bur  HOT WEATHER AILMENTS  Destroying   Cherished   Illusions  .  Scion*Mc exports are nover so completely ha*jpy. us when they aro destroying illusions which we have cher-  ished from our childhood.  A sunburned, skin, which we ara  all so ioixious iO bring back to town  at tho end of August, Js the latest  thing to be condemned as mihoaltay.'  Apparently "a nice healthy tan"  merely means that lis proud wearer has been exposing,Himself loo rashly to the irflu-Mioc of the ultra violet  rays���������which is condemned as by no  means,a healthy.process.  Another illuci'oi. shattered by tha  samo expert la that the pallor, of  tho" man who ij, "something In tho  City" is, always due to overwork or  to the struggle to keep out bf ih<������  bankruptcy court- Ho is only pal-J  because the cloua^of soot which  hangs over the city keeps lout fho  ultra-violet jays, which would otherwise" alter his Interesting, appearance.  hair has grown over, each me in fine hmmr *she beiield h,m Uaul-ng on n  condition,     fid  Liniment is  sertjen- t   which wa 3 uttaGhed a wild aud  ly wonderful m 1^3 working -- -    - -     ���������  JOHN R.-HOLDER  Witness, Pen.*y * Baker.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  * Uv-uulnolOUT Of SOKTS"KUN DOWN' "GOT thollLUHS"  SUVKKR from KIDNKY, IU.ADUF.K, NERVOUS UISKASKS,  CIIKONIC WKAKNKSS;ULCKI1S,SKIN ERUPTIONS.I'U.KS.  write (or FREE ci.otii ii..und uedical hook on  thne illseaset ami VVONDKKFDL. CUHKS effected by  TH E NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nol N������2 N.3  ���������THERAPIONSMfc  tno romedy-lor YOUK OWN ailment. Absolutiily FREE  No'followup circuUri. No obliii.itlous. Ok, LrClkhC  HKDCO.llAVtRSIOCKkD.HAMI'STKAU LONDON,UNO  WK WANT TO PKOVK THKKAPION WILL CURK YOV,  ARLINGTON  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Somi'tlunff   beiior   lhan   linen   ancl   bur  ���������liiiiiulry  Dills     Wiisli -It  with   soap   mul  wiii'ir    Ml stur������* or direct.    Stale style,  .and ii������e    For in  we will mail you  THE  ARLINGTON  COMPANY  OF CANADA,  Limited  08 Fr������t������r Avtniie, Toronto, Ontario  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOWTS  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED BY MILLIONS  OF  MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  was  His Tribute to His Wife  The following ob'tuary notice  published in a German-paper:  "Today red, tomorrow dead So Jt  was with wy wife, who only seven  days ago 'was springing over bench  and table,' and was buried yesterdny  During he* l'f-a she was a live woman, who ild not. taslly mistake an  X for a U. For tr-at rea-ion eveiy-  I oily can tell the extent of my sorrow*,  so young and so merry, and now,  burled. Wsat is human life? I havo  said to, myself repeatedly within tne  past few days, and e.lso yesterday In  the cliurcliya'o vb.cn I paid the sexton, who will also keep tlie grave  mound In trder. So cheerful n wife I  shall oertfi'.n'.y never, never find again,  and therefore ciy borrow is 1 righteous  one. I wis'a thnt heaven preserves any  man fron? a similar 'sad" fate, and  thanks for the flowt-rs, as well as t^e  Herr Cantor, the music master of th-a  choir, for tlu> grava hymn, which wtmt  through und throtiKh mo, but ,>vas vary  well sung.- Aek-j**mai*, Mastei 'Locksmith."  Fnds cf the Earth,  If you stand at ��������� the north pole you  can look in ' 011I7 , one ��������� direction���������  south. No mat';* r how you may twist  around on you:, heels, it is always toward the ��������� south that your eyes are  directed. North as a terrestrial direction has.;vanished. You have arrived  at the end of north. You are "wke'-e  ���������it���������lives:*���������OrrrlsT- we-ma"y~say~tiraT  north has sudilsnlj- sprung itito the sky  and is now at ah< unattainable distance directly over your head. A moment before your foot. touched the  pole north was straight1 ahead of you,  and you had all tho four cardinal  points .to choose from���������east, west,  north and south. Now three of them  have vanished j-ml south alone remains.    The  reverse  is  true  at the  ���������.voolly terrier The dog* was ,firn.ly  resisting Jack's efforts and squatted  back on his J.auncbes, allowing itself  to be towed.   -       , . "  Mother leii. the window and await  ed .developments. In a short while  Jack entered tho room, still tugging at  the unhappy pup.  "Look, afother.-he panted'. "May, I  keep "this dear, HttU dog? It followed  ir.o airjthe .way home?"  r^Do_you_iirJe_r������tandJithis building-  A medicine, tliat will keep children  well is a great boon to every mother.  This is just wl.at Baby's Own Tablats  do. An. 'jccas.jnnl does keeps tho little stomach and ojwels Tight and pre-  vents isickness '. During the hot slimmer months stomach troubles speedily  turn to fatal diarrhoea or cholera Infantum and if Dn*>v*s Own Tablets'are  not at hand tlie child may dlt- wUL'n  a few hours. Wise mothers, always  keep the Tablets it, the' house and  give their childrei un occasional dose  tc clear out the ftomach and bowels  aifd keep them well. Don't wait till  baby is ill���������th" delay may cost a precious life. Get tht Tablets now and  you may feei reasonably., safe. Eve /  mother who 1 *>cs the Tablets praises  them and that it the- best evidence  that "there is no othei medlc'ne ''or  children, so good. Tlio"~=Tablcts " are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  al 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams Co., B-oekvllle   Out.    '  loan schenu?" asked   the prospective  investor. .  "Sure! T'.ny build -a house and  .you pay so much ,v month. By the time  you' are thorough! * dissatisfied with  tho plac*.* it's yours," replied the know-  ing one.  One day in die British Museum a  guide was recounting to a little knot  of visitor- the giories of a battered  George Hamiin, tenor, relates an  amusing inclo.-ii.t concerning a concert trip he once mado in the west,  when the unofficial booster of a smalltown started in t.j brag of all the ox-  ce'ptionar thins*- to be found- there.  Finally he reached the topic of music.  "Say," he boasted, "we have thd  finest singer you ever, heard in, this  town. He works down to the boiler  factory, Why, 1 s'poso he's the greatest singer in tlu- world!"  "What is he���������a tenor?" inquired Mr.  Hamlin, polltelv interested.  Tenor!   Naw,,t,c*s"a rivetter'."  south'pole, whore'all directions on (he 1      . ..      i,���������nu������ijn���������������..������i,a  earth's  surface are  alike  north.    In ^nt ,������r, wl en a SmiUUield meju mil^  PMENTS  Fotlitrctonhatigh & Co., head oftlco  Klnn sfeot oi'St, Toronto, Canada.  A Hint  "Yea," puU lhe young student  ���������thoughtfully, "when I get interested In  ,ii Hiibject I nover stop until I havo  ���������oiiibrneoil U thoroughly."  "Tina's nice," wan tlio hesitating *o.  ply, "Do���������do yor tlilnlt Im an iiunr-  a?stlng Biibjec'.?"  The Con-petlton*  "In ilioro n.uch competition in your  ���������officer nt-Hi-d Mlas Skittles.  "Sure"." rcpllot; tlio 1'areHoiiH' Miss  -aiddH "Bntweou tho mirror ami au*  ���������������lo������-k."���������I'uck,  The Glrafft at It Feeds  The singular aliApn of tho giraffe Is  ndnpteil to Us habits of life. It feeds  on the you.ig branchoo and top shoots  of tho treoi, and It- long for" '.cga -iiul  nock enable It tc bvowso at a fnr greater height than nn; other animal, says  the PhUailelyil'iii Ir^idror. In feeding  it stretches tm It;'nock and with. Us  long proliciislli tongue, which It cnu  protrude to a mirprising dlstiovo,  hooks down iho lender sliootb and  loiivoH Into Itp mouth. But tho creature's peculiar form, though enabling  It to. feed on what* it likos best is  flometlnioH tho causo of its (lostnic-  tlon, Tho 'oro h������gj nvo so long Hint to  reach thr* gruinl it him to Rtroti.'li  thom wldo apart nnd bond down its  neck In n ������������������oml-alri.'Io, nnd whllo drinking In thi. i.i���������'lom.'oloHH ntlltudo t!i?*  lion pr bopnr-J si^ringB upon it and  ovnrpowjri- It bofori- It can rocovor It-  view of these facts we may apeak of  the north ind south poles as ihe  "ends of tho earth *" They are the two  mining points, arrived at either one of.  which chore Id no choice left but to  start 'toward tne other.���������New York  Journal.  A Remedy for Earache.���������To have  the earacho is to endure torture. The  ear Is a delicato organ and few caro  to deal with it, considering lt work  for, a doctor* Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc  Oil' .offers a simple remedy, A fow  drops,upon a ploco of lint or medicated cotton and placed In the oar  will work wonders in relieving pain.  man broku tl". reverent hush with tne  question:  "Excuse me, .sir, but what would  they feed a blokt, like that on���������ham  and eggs or ha/?"���������Tit-Bits.  Wlrelcsh Stations In China  A big deal has just been concluded  between th* Mar.onl Company nnd  the Chineso government, whoreby���������tho  former bus obtained a contract worth  $10,000,000 to construct wireless stations in Chlnn. Tho compnny will aiso  rccolvo a royalty of fifteen por cent, on  the receipts frava all Chinese statl&na  for twenty-live years*   u  "Whon did you find that you car-id  ior him?"        k,  "About 0 quarter of a minute after  1  disci vered iio 1--   longer folt thut  lifo would not bo worth living if ho  xniildn't havo uio."���������Chicago Uncord-  'llorald.  Illfe-v  DODDS 7/  klDN      '  /, PILLS   ^  W. N. U. 1011  In Auckland U niipenrs, woman nt'll  koop tliiib pats on In tho tliontroB At  a convdy ',1 v-rry lnrgo lady wn-' re-  qiif'Stctd hy a H.unll man hohlml nor to  roinnvii lie- hoiulponr.  "I cat���������.,^ toe th������- ftngo," ho told hor,  "nnd I want t.*i Iniiph with tho roat of  tho iiu'llon-jo,".  "Oh, in.lobd1.' shi- rinpUod, Indignant-*  ly, "Well, ymi just wntnh my Hhou'(d-  ors and whon I laugh you laugh."���������  DoHton Transcript.  IK*  Thoro 'h^il been groat oxcltemont In  tho courtroom when tho Jury hail  bi ought;'in tlio verdict. Tho dlschnrK-  til I'iiiiai.u'   U..i t,ut,n,i,  "My'*-do*1r,pmi, I'nt" -votesteil Mr,  Skids, "tu-** mnn wns guilty! Whv  didn't you convlqt him?"  "Begorrn" wplled Pat, ''hnnglhg  woi|ld havo boon too good for him,"���������  Judge.  Mr. Coinynn Cnrr toIlB with great  giiRto about the device adopted by 81.'  Rqiilro.Harcrof to cheer lilm up In hie  rocont III110B Sir Bjulro paid a  visit to hl������ old J'rlnnd, nnd brought  him a flno hiiskot of grapes.  "Aro thoy wl.ito grapco?'' -gald Mr.  Corny iih cut.  Speaking v-or;- noloninly In hln droit  base volco. illr Squtro naucroft r������  plied; "In ���������.erlr-u** cas**g I novcr bring  hlnck."���������Tlt-mtr.  "Tlck'etfl,' Bnic! the collector, nB ho  opened tho door of tlio carrlngo in  which Hilt -. man who looked ns If hp  was nnchoiod to his sent. Tho man  hr.ndf'd 'ivor the pasteboard, which  wiih duly liiBpontod. Then, looking  around, the collector snid: '  "Is there anothor genllcninn lu tho  cnrrlago?"  "No,"  "Ih thnt oth:>r portmantenti - yours,  then, too?"  "Other portmniiteau?"  "Yob, ou tii" floor thoro, by tho  oihri?"  "Tlu-pp," onld llie traveller, with  dignity, "nro my feot,"  "Why nr������i you going nroiind Iu Mint  horrtlili- coat?"  "My wife n������*������*rtj n new gown."  "Yon Biioiildii'l Blind all your money  on hor,"  "Well, If,she doesn't get that now  gown I'm afrnll Bhe'll got a now hu������-  bnnd."  Tho brlhlnnt crimson cloth of  which .ill cardinals', robes are made  haa been' supplied for generations  past b> tli������ same family of cloth merchants nt Biirtsciieid, near Alx-'.a-  Chappelle, the ���������.ccret process hy \vhli*h  the dye Is made having been linndod  down from faMio, to son. Cur-oiisiy  enough, thos3 purveyors to the Saarea  College have been Lutherans for oyer  two coiituil.*-:'*-nnd the prPBont hoiids  of tho firm ��������� eloug to the samo faith  Government flour mills are advocated by 'ho mii.letor or agriculture-  for New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Ik raid that the nia'ter Is  now before r,ho cnhlnet nnd bellows  that tho go\ eminent will establish  tho mlllB at th   wheat centres.  A tired little hoy sat on tho ei'ivh  with his chin roaring In his haiuls  "I wish I was r'ch," lie oxcliiimed  "What  wouin you do    with    your  An Old Ruse  The influence, of women in Louis  XV.'s day was ul' powerful. The men  in consequence, f.-ared them. It r 0-  came the fashionv for women to d.tsh  about Paris in cnb-'iolets, driving often  somewhat fashly._aud ^incLc.ascd_a_c_ci-,  dents were put down to this cause.  Gabriel de Sartiues, minister ol police,  dared not forbid any woman to drive  In Paris, so ho caused an edict to be  issued prohibiting theirdoing so'iinl.il  thoy were forty y-jars old. "Aftor inis.  declaration," notes Mrs. Beanie-In 'A-  Court Painter aw" His Circle," "thare  wns not a cabriolet to be seen driven  by a woman."  An organization liaSbcen started in  France under the auspices of '.'Excelsior," tho object ,'.f \\Ktich is to teach  women how to 'dheca their propa-*  ganda.' Thoy will b* iijiistructed in  what to do from tho Standpoint of  view of literary, artistic, cjoinestic and  social activity There will be courses  in law. physiology, and 'opportunities"  for training in huiiseliold .arts. Lectures on sociuj. questions of? Interest to  women will be given by1 prominent  men. Pier.-e Loti, Ai-tnlotr Franco,  and M. -Irl-.ux art on the llj^t. Women  professors, womei. in war fond peace,  the child, won an's pay, poverty,' are_  Curious  Epitaphs  Old New. England .graveyards aro  not the only ones which contain curious epitaphs. The eld timo dweller of  Maine who ' dlou of a falling tree,' as  his headstone asserts, had a fellow In  misfortune- in far-off Austria, as is  shown by W. A. 'Bnlliio-Grohman's  "Tho Tyrol and ir.t Tyroloso."  A wcodon slab, painted with the representation-of a prostrate tree mder  which lies a man in spread eaglo citl  tude, bears testimony to the violent  death cf "Johnn-i Lcmberger, agod  fifty-two mul thr-v quartors years.  This upright and virtuous youth was  Bqnnshod by a (ailing tree." .    '  The it-corti of' Michnol Gnrstncr is  even moro sncclr.et and convincing,  Ht- "cllmbdJ up, fell down and ftaa  fteuft."  seme of~tho sutjects for ^discussion.  Many prominent: women have sut.**crlb-  eo to tho support cf this (educational  movement. '        -i  In a business men's clif* In a western town there sprnng.'-lnp two 'actions, one which criticlzal the steward because Lo did not. Iirovldo the  members with gjof. meals, and ona  which defet'.dct.. him hot^'.'  ���������' The dhpute got fierc?*/ and flercer.  Half tho :lub svaiitod to'**flro the steward at once. The other* half snid he  was efficient  Thou, without warning, the steward  himself decided t.ie moiientous qiif������-  tlon. .- 1  One day at L.nch time a member of  the club n-kod a waiter:  "Whore's the steward?" ,  'Ho ain't here, rpllod.the waiter,  "Ho said he was going dnw'n tho street  ti* got 'Joino!nlrifc good to eat.."���������Tlia  Popular Magazine  The Pill rhat ���������LeadB..ffcm','AII.���������  Pills aro tho iinm'. port'ahle'^n'il com  pact of nil mi'dliinoH. nnd - when -i*iiBy*  te tako nre 'l.o most .acceptable'of  propariitloiiB. But. they must a'ttfst.  their power to ho por.iilur, As I^innu  leu's Vegotah'o Plllr nro thp mntu  popular of n'l pills lh>y must' fu'ly  moot all 'i-oq'ilroiiii-ntR, Aceurntrlv  -*oinpnuiu'.-*ii nnd cimposed of Ingred-  monoy it von wero rich?" atbeft'o'n'o !*,,AlsJ.),;0V(;,1,...t0.,.110 0(T,:C"v������ ln !'������������u'  of hlfl playmntoB.  luting tin.' dlgoHtlvo orgniiH. Uierc is no  "I'd buy * great big motor enr," !.n.| ���������������������''"' moA^w tu bo ha.l nnywlioro  Bworod the little ehnp, "an I could, 'ly  "Did you llnd anything In that  houae?" nflk d tho footpad.  "Nothlmr worth whllo," Hiieered tho  t.iirglar. "tint U'b U<| luck to C3.no  awny i-in'fty���������hiiniloA ao J U'uunUL .iJu.'ig  tho wiitehdo-* imd a lot of hurghr-  'alarm apiiarntUB,"���������Washington Star.  VThM man must  l-o an   Insldloiii  lobbylRt,"     di*cl;u'cd      CongroHSiuiin  \l'.i*Ut\>.  "What has 1 he   ,dono?"   Inqutcod  CongroHBinnn Wnybnck.  ���������   "Ho Invited i.i������- tc sharo n bottl-r of  grapo Julco with Mm "���������Plttuburg Post  my kite out of tic* hack of it without  running my le^s off"  Her Cultivated Taste  "How Iti your daughter getting on  with ho: 111u.de?"      '  "Very well," nnswoji-d Mr, fMiuirnx,  "Rho has got "ilong ho far that when 1  itflk her tc play *;n>thing I like sho  looks linughty ittu. HiiyH, 'Tho idea.' "���������  WiiBhliiglou Star.  "Why tiro you ho pensive?" ho asked,  "I'm not petiBlvii,' nlio rnplled.  "But you havon't Haiti a word for  ten wlnutori."  "WoK, I JLVt hnvo nnythhff to  say."  ' Don't ynu nvo. any nnythlng when  you'vo nothing to sny?"  "No "  "Will you bc my wlfo?"  Baseball Versus Cricket  Wo have known o.ily on*- big lengiu  ball plc./iM* to I'lii't-ihi- both of hiiHobull  and crielu-t uy a r>nstlim!. lie .vns the  late Hurry Vaughn, wlm played or|.:K������l,  In his early HngilHa ilnyn mrl lnt-'*n .11  lieeiiino oiij .if the star eatelierH of '"je'  Cincinnati ltedn. Uoinembor rUil.iifH  ami Vaughn.' '   '  Wo 'iHli.'d Vnuglip line Any,wlia������ he  regarded at thn main illlToreuco between biifli'liiil .md cricket.  His 11. Kivor wiih the koeiiOHt wo have  ever liearif to Ui'a query.  "The mnlii dlfforpiico," lie re|ille/i  "ivlght ho miin.iii-d up li. the dlffern.'ice  between the wnr crlo������ of tho two  tiportH���������between 'We'l tried, old '.op,'  nnd 'Slldo, you bonohend, Blldo!'"--  Colller'B.  This )n i-.p way rlilldren Honietlmoii  turn tho-.table:- oi. tholr ciders.  T.lfiVll     'flour PO      flftor      i|IbI������Hiii������I>,j<  ltlcliard MunslloM'fl humor   was of-fprl-.oB nt i* sehoo! Hitid he 'loped the  Wonun aro ncldom of a warlike ns-  turn���������yot ihoy nrt* often cntlod to  arras "��������� ",'***  Try Murine Eye  Remedy  If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  0* Granulated Cyefld*. Won't Smart--���������  Soothea Eva Pain. Drugglitt Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c Mu.  rlne Eye Salve In Aseptic Tubea 2&c*  60c.   Eye Oook Tree by Mail  A* Cm Tnk.Ct*, li AU Imi ik������i hut Cm      |    j(  (������ ������*.n������i(.,  t��������� ������rlv<������ **,>m<** m^n  MURINE EVEflEMEOYCO., Chlcafltt,   ,jrink 1J1.H. It Ih -jr. Uihl Hum linrk.  it'll  f|���������^"AJ���������f������,������������������:���������.���������}���������^������������������������������������.i'''���������,  f������ir conceit*  One night tho company wns pitying undor a tin roof upon which a  sudden downpou of tain enused a  torrlflc clatter. This -UnrUi-d Mann-  Hold Into yxrlalm'iig:    "Wluifn   that  lil>in������-i '     ii.Ull,  nil.     WUH  llu������  nriKW' r.  "Toll It to stop!'  ordered   tho actor  fiercely.  Reparation  Judge* (U, prlRonor at th** har)- So  you confess that you robbed tin- jnv-  IrtTB hnnlr Hue ymi nnyMi'tig to  urgo in th������ way of exlenuatlng clr*  eiiriiBtnuees"  The r.'lf*tner���������1 hnve, y* hripor. I  d'-.iOHltrd .ill \i\o rnoiot, In the "-iving**  hi*nk the v-ry n.ut, day.���������N'ew Yi..k  Post.  cliiidron v> lull. Imvo n good record  when he 'lio'ild camo again, There*  upni* they roan, and with ouo nccnril  tinld, "Hume to you nlr."  tn   <5t    T'eter* hnri������   rm.t   *.,,.,  new liullflltigH in iho linulghtly sen"-  Didn't Take the Bait  Miss  Anciento    ���������(luslnuntlnglyl���������I  dlsllko my innnnei it's.horrid.  Mr. Ply  (abaectly)���������I fear Lt'a too  late to chaiij;olt:nj)w.      '*A^ ���������������������������������*  ThlclJ* Si'OllCC.-'riPttRhllll'flPlVeSB. .  .    *|*-.-   .-_^-. ,    ,      ,  ���������������������������������*# ���������A,|+eHer9lH������n(Ji.  ���������.���������y-lFUpf-jTi'Ve ,.v(Uir ������������������ children    rTotng  aiiytlUng lor yov i*."1 this your Insf'lH-  jipwl       ' ' -' ���������  Old '.Mffn^Yr-i**;   *lioy'ro kooplng up ..  my life* fifs^i-niic*.���������I-nck.  Nature novo." dl* lidtrny thn henrt  |,i.ut loved hor. 'T|h her prlvllego  through all tho y.-i'.rs ft (IiIr our lifo  to lend from Joy to j(.y,���������Word<*worth. '  WRONG   B.H-AKFAST  Change Gave Rugged Health  Mnny per&or.a think that for  strength, thoy uiiiBt ln-gln the day'w'.th  ���������< brenkf.tHt of m?at and other heavy  fooilH. ThlH t������ i< mlHtiike iih iinyono  enn eaBlly dmeovo ' for hlnintdf,  "A eiii-pi-iiti-r'*- experlt'iice may lienc-  tlt others.   Ho wrltos:  "I used to be n vory heavy bronk-  fimt eutor hut llnally IndlgeHtlnU  eniiHcd tne sucli dlitreHB, I becaiiht  iitrnld to f.nt ..:iylhlng,  ��������� My wife Btiggpsti-d it trial of fira;,"-  Nuts nnd nt * had to cut Hemct'i.iig  or ntiirv.', I coni'ledid to tnke her ia  vice, She fixed nie up a dish and I  re,narked at the time that tho finality  wiih nil right, but the nuiMitlty waa  too Hiirill���������I wiintoo n iinueorful  "Hut Bhe mud a hiiiiiII amount of  OrapeNiKH went a long way mul tant  I must cat It According to directions.  So I Htari-'it lu with (iriipe-i*J"U and  cfiini, 2 Hi-ft boiled eggH   and tunno  ���������.fl.S'l    i>',4pl    for    IllL-IUllllHt,  "\ owl nit mr'-t. am! n lot of in!" rr  stuff I had been iiRod tn eating nil my  lifo and wia gratified to boo thai I  waa g'-ttlng beito: right aton,*. I concluded I had Htruuk tho right thing-  n.'d stuck to It   '. had not only men  . ' ��������� ..i. i ;..        >.������ ^>>i ,i,\*i\n.  "I was wniklegnt the   carpenter's  fnld-pole Bt'Ute. , birnune until the, trade at that iliui and thought tint  building Ih tlitlshei'. It Ir hidden hy a' aniens ' hue i hen*ty nrcnhfnm w'th  inatehboiird trout, nullt like n wooden ��������� plenty nf mea',, would piny o>it bo-  hoiiHe, eoiiipli".- with windows In-j fore dinner. Hut after a few 'l������.v������  tlAo thin 'u idi th������ ugly uvaftoldltig,' of my "new bt iiikfi'Rt" I founit 1  und bo on. ' I could <!-��������� more -.vork. felt -letter In    i (.1 i-ry wny. und wivi I am not hothur  Hotel Wal'er���������t"iin������\ sir. you rpnlly.-id wlU- lndlt*eHtloii"  niu::f eo >if t'i I'-'I .--lr. (Yawns)   Why,!    Nam    nlven   li)   I'.ui.nlian   I'.mtnm  ihe dawti'H n hii-alilng, i-lr. \vo, Wliiil.-ni.1  Ont     Read   'The Rond  ".ale   llove:>f    l.et   It   break���������.ur.d   t<    Welhille,"   i     J,kgh.     'Tliero'*   a  ������������������M   it   ftoi'n   11.   it.i'   bill.   vaJIrr.���������   Rea-o'i."  Punch. j    Ever re-tft t**e 'iheve letter? A .^w    ode npi,ea*������ fror.  time to tl v*  TK������-y  !>prl'"n������f- .ntni-    hl-Ai    but    jvu ari������ penoint, true, and full of human  nei'dn'i t -Il 'he w-.ld ������ h.tr fr c������-*r.      in������re*t. .n*v *s*+**ti j������������ 4*-w*-t������A''*M-*w^ *���������*"*' *^**ej*<a������j������-������*u*sMsjw  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ' j ''.. W..'. . ..'  v-i l!'-*c.r\  iiv   '*'*- ���������   ���������  ���������'-'v.f.iyhjnq   C5or:  o -a  -v^-i..*/ the  w *9ind  i'-ay'''  ';,!���������> pajior 'Aill *i'*t ���������.", i  its^li'  ������������������nisilik- fi).'1 the c-piiii' ' ���������>���������.*.!' oth-  ;is ���������lli'.Y HPPl'SU   i*l t!-   t*: ^V.lUlS  r.'tlUH"! to titl'.O.  \V: DNESDAV   SEPT. 10 ;v)J4  WATER,, NOTICE  Mr,  '..UJKSlM:  rs:;: \v,  TO TaKV. akd  lI'KK,  NOTICK is hore'-y uivou llu'. Kaqiil-  i.-ilr ��������� ti ' iNMiain.'j Kiiilwny, uf   Victor..  !> i   Will .ii-ji'y (ur a Huecc* to tako and  ���������..-��������� IW.ivO |.*>llr.i\b per 21 hours, of water  *j-i** "ti; Voiuits Uied',  ���������"���������inch tli'wn ia   a  n.*ii!i':rly   ilircstion  inronqh   Iseweaatle  1 *:.!-.lr'i-.*l ."e: ompd si iuto Struita of Oeor-  7i> no-.r '-'��������� - .)U'������ went  ol  Big ' QunUuiun  I'.iv r 'Uii-*..;������terv**i!U*ediv.Tt*dttt*.'W)0"  i'..,t.-i..i.u   '"'Ui   railway itud will bo uikUI  i v ������...:.*.*... -.lilway ;-U'p������is������e on Hie Imd  .:.*.--e. J' .*a..  :-i-iilw������y'Uieht ol W-.y.   Thi*  i.-'.j -r v,-.*    '.s.-.tiiil 01 the" (-round on   tho  M\ A,..\- ���������f '>.*.������������������'. Ilii3.     Thi nppjicatvm  , ���������.-. * ii.' jjli:ii in I'heotBu-- uf tho \\\*.u-r Rt-  ,*.ii-ler at \'n;t-.Mi.i, It. (!.    Objections may  lv li'i'od v-. iti, Uio Miid Water Rucorder or  7<u> tiK: i.\v;ritri)!ler of Water Righte,  I'.i-l-.siii'ii.t i*iiildi.--gr., Victorii. H. C.  K.-QI'IMaLT k NANAIMO 1UILWAY  Ai**>licaut  U. 15. BKASLKY  A guilt  ��������� ilii'. ������ '���������- my"  ** ��������� * ........        1       t    tit     l\n    \.Jy  NA.NAIMU HOLDEN  ,   AT CUMBERLAND.  IN THE MATTER of Sarah Ell-  enoi* Tyson deceased, intestate.  ���������������  AND  IN THE MATTER of tl.������ "Offi-  'iia\ Administrators Act.**  TAKE NOTICE that by order  iof His , Honor Judge Barker*  made tho oth day of November,  1013, 1 was appointtid Administrator of ibe Estate of tht above-  moiitictiod deceased, and all par-  tier*, having claims against the  eaid estate niv hereby required to  furniiih same, properly verified.  to me on o,r before the 13th day  December, 1913. AND all parties indebted to said estate, are  reqnired'to pay tho amount of  tlieir indebtedness"' to me forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1913.  AV. "\T>sr,EV WK.I.AR1**,  Official Administrator, .  Cumberland,, 13. C.  WATER NOTICE  FCU A U'-VWQ TO TAKR AND  VhV, WaTKK. ���������  JSOYKJj% i.- hereby (-iveu that Esqui-  **ia I .*-, Jlaw.-inio Uailw*y, of Victorin,  I*. <*��������� wiilap-jly fur r*. lurac* to take nud  ii-j'.* tUO.OOi) gnll-uis }>*r 24 hmirg, of water  uti.'A tjnuily Creek, which fl������ws in * nor-  :ii''i-ly di cctiou thpins-h' Newcufttla Dis-  tii-r. ;nn> eiapciei int D ������\> R������y, near  i'n sove'l Crock* Tiie wat-.-i* will b * diver  ;.-.'! it 'Jir-0" upstream fri>m Kailw'uy aiid  .vill Iii ������ai;d ful General Railway purposes  n.i hi' YauA -loBoribocl as Rtilway Right of  ���������tJ-=J-j^^.ki!,s_ni4^e_^^������_j>iK^.d ou the  hm���������.'i'ii on the 3rd A y of April, lUISV  I'no uj,',.ii.--,*tiim'*-ill tit til-iil iu the officii  ,i ths V.*;it.-,r I-V.c-iriler at Yiotori*., B. 0.  LV'.-.'i'.vai-.A miy bo HieJ with the snid  V.'uU;,r Hf-corJw or *������ith t)ie Comptroller j  i'f Wat*-: Rightu, I'arliairiBMt B\i*ldin-js,  Viov.rv*., B.O.      . ���������  ih<}\A\\ XUS x PAN4IMO RAIIiWAY  Applicant  J!. R. BKASLISV  Asront  .ipitU. ' my7  IN   TEE   COUNTY   COUttT  OF NANAIMO  11 OLDEN  AT CUiMBERLAND.  IN TUE .MATTER OF Daniel  ivlngairdeceased, int*������tate, who  died at  Cumberland, li. C.   on  June 25th 1013v  ;    AND  IN THE MATTEll of the ^'Official Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE that ny order of Hii> Honor Judge Barker,  made the 5th day of .November,  1013, I was appointed Administrator of tho Estate of the above-  mentioned deceased* and ali parties having lilaims against the  said estate are hereby.-required to  furnish same, properly verified,  to me on or before the 13th of December. 1913. AND all parties  iiide&Te*drto~������aiU Sstate;���������are���������-required to p*y the amevmt of their  indebt.edm>ss to we forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1018.  \V\ Wksi/ky "Wizard?  Ollicial Administrator,  Cumberland, B. C.  WATER'. NOTICE  A Ut'RSOR TO tAKK AND  l?SU WATKU.  l'nC  .m-iH  ter, in hiirohy yivon tlint K������qui-  : JuiMlito r.iiilvr*)* of Victoria,  l'> V.. v/ili ;������|'j-'!y h'V������liauno-i to ta'to unfl  i������ii������>lO(\W01'.,,-(]l'-.,*i������ jicriM hour-i, ol wntor  nnf;-o! Hkacli--.' 'Jrorjlij which tliowo in a  v.ortlinrli ilino'.un) ttiroiijth No'soo Uis*-  li-!-.t ami fciyption Iuto llfeyue Sto-iiu)* mm  TkiiI'Io H'v������r, Thn w������kr ivilj be AiTortffl  :u ll<9}'*iip3trenuk from R'-ilwuy iinti -jjill U  umA tor lli'iierftl Ilaitwa*/ iiorvK-cw on tho  luul duHoribod ft������ milwuy rlj-ht el wnyThia  notico Wilts posted on the |*roimil cm thb  !'>r,l iV>y of April, IVUH. Th������> avjilicntloDi  u ill bo Hlort in Mu> nffico ol tho Water  Jtworilcr, VittwritA, R.(J. O'jjootio-iB rnii**  IffO tiled with tha snid Water lte������)nJor nr  wllh tho 0"'tn*'trnll<tr ol \V-f,������pr V%\ah\������,  l**rliiiirient HiiiVdint**, Vjutwh, B.C.  K<^t!IMALT t<: N.\NMMOUAlL\YAY  A^Ucknt  U. lv    XA81-KY  * , Agont  IS THE COUNTY COURT OV  NANAIMO HW--PEN AT  OUMBSRUND  >N  THB    MATTER  OF   .lolin  rtmith alaoknovrn as John Hmytlft  duoeasiid,inttfitnte.   '-"li*/ tiiud at  Ueid I-iUmUmi July R, 101 St.  ANh>  IN TIIK MA'JTKR cf tlw "-Offi-ito!  Admin intra tnr-i Act*''  TAKE NOTICK thai hv   utter d  Hit* Honor Jn.d(*������   Ba/kt-r, made  Wo "j-ni dm ���������.-! Novuv-hc?, 10!^-.  1NTHK1 COUNTY  COURT  OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTER oi Daniel 0'-  Conn J), also known  bs  Daniel  John O'ConneH. deceased, intea*  late,*irho died at Cajw Ccmmor-  ������11, Kxipert District on. .lanoary  26,101S.  AND '  INT HE MATTBR of the "Official  Admiuji-triuor'* Act.w  TAK^ MOT1CK lhat by oideroi  Die Honor Judge B������������fceJ, m*%\o  the Mi day ot No.rombor, W\%', I  vrafl ap)X)int(Hi   Adminiptrator of  the Eotute of tVxv rIiov* roe-otioi-ed  fleceaettl^flntJ nl)   jiariies  hnvinp'  claims against t>*������  Haiil estate-are  hereby *fcquiro<l in ftunish   &u������uo,  properly verified, to r������e, on or he-  fore the ISt.h day  o!   JX>comher,  101[1.   AND ail partita inttobted to  uaid.fcBlaic, arc required to yi\y the  aniownt of thm  indtUi'tJii^t-   in ;  me forthwith.  Dated tii in 2 Uh i',.iy  w ''-' "���������"/ ru-  ber, 1<U a.  VV.V/KM.KVW'-.C.H,, .  OtWoiiil Adi\i:tlAi.i-.-  Cut-o'wrliirid..'.  ' .  WATE'R  NOTICE  FOF. A UCTTW.':-1 T" TW.C M-.y  s'lllrt' ,  a  'ii:i  .*.  .-III.  'i'.''.i.-i..  ��������� I-.II    .Villi  .,' ���������-.11,11  WtmCK it htftli,-  v.'iY.  '��������� Nfii-avn/i  1 v*an npjuiiut-wl   A>J/i<:i';.-"t;aJe/[P. f" wil) nyf'ty r'>r-. li:oi-i, p .������. t  1*1 tlWE-lll-t������3l   thi)   lO������nVO'������lfctf |^o!0������.OOf>|*-d'..>r-i1-r,.,.|  In.-n*,  tiloned amoM^mul all  partW ���������-������*���������>���������.<-? ^'Ai.idAdb Uo^iaano.".,-  C^.l-   ,^,(.,,...,., !>1,-,UVJ,-.     i..l|tMI"      HlHini'l  iiiil'r-i -.iiiti O.iuii.  finr.ri r,  :v -nt  :-. i. ,   .      .     .* .- ���������������������������" y .iivl-i,,i  -.I J������.i)- .'ii.'..i rir;*, Jruii. ..u.Knij. nur; will  M'lirurt- ni:;a.  ~i'.n W'.i'i p'..ff.u.Wii  jii  it,-*,  i-i'  ���������������������������-������,  -r.iM'.''.  '>:���������  til!  kavinu clnSiw aBnin-t tin- enid (,1M(  et-iaU* ������*re i������������?t-i'j* f#j\i'i.^] ���������;*/ foi  nUh ������'>WtS iwpwly mrirmtl, t ;  me on oi l������for<* t'w 1? h dny A!  I)ec.mh#i,lOi;i, ->:.' .;/ ; u/-'  lii-i* indi'ite''to ������Yi>\ ���������Mati., a. .!  ii-^uiieitn }������*������) **������������������* - ". '.'. ������:'  fli-'lr im'-eVilinhi*-1* Xn to* Sn;t*i-'nV tit  ���������Wllh. :i-"i-n:VM��������� i  IHtd) th������������ inii ������i������y of Xftv������������:*-r-;,l,,''!"'u',r'"  i"' ��������� ������������������   ���������' '���������'  Vn������, KM3i 'Vwv.m. i' ������*  \V. \Vi*wv >������' i t.i.������rt w.       I fcstjUMAiu.  OtXicial ^'la^ni'*1r*-rr.'*/  ,*tii u .*.,  ���������U a.i tl;;ili*':i>" .''.iftrt "i -  !;,;.*   , ii'i  f oit'.'1.   or. ' li't'  Jr.l -.l*.;.* (A.  Ap*:;    l?|:-i '���������  ���������"11     *"-.l    n v.. i./l-.'.'  ��������� ci.1l--- .-il '.'.������t'Tin, ll,   .,  - .'....;  . it. .'    i.v-i  i.r  v .i,|   !   t    .' i!)ri..'in.ri '  11- ' ,'TI  .t-M*,  -^  If not, yoa had better  TRY SOjVlE It's both  Wholesome& Palatable  ft DRAUGHT at "Joe Walker's"  fLeux England Hotel, ahd in Bot-  3-������������Jii^iJfo?Jiotels  A Most Healthy Beveridge and made  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  ihn ������>priug Ir^terg Uti.  We print  Anything you want ancl whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  I  :'���������   '  r:.t   iv.iW.vayi  *bf^  LETTERHEADS  DI Id,LIE ADS  KNVELOL-SS  PAMPHLETS  -    CATALOG ITES  MENUS  " HLOTTICUS  DODGEUS  POSTERS  tiiilPPlKG TAG'o  VISITING CARDS  BUSINESS CARDS  WISHING STATIONERY  BALL PROGRAMMES  KTC, ETC,, KTC.  tor  i\\>i'i .M,i.t i  ���������-���������' .'������������������.'.I i  \<%'& t  TtSE-eeMBEBLAND  NEWS  ���������f  i  ,*!  (  i. /*-.'  /THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  /  GffOD PLAN TO KEEP  THE BOY ON THE F  WHAT DARWIN   SOUGHT  FARMER'S FAMILY  IS ORGANIZED  INTO A JOINT STOCK  CORPORATION  The Missing Lin* in the Person of a  Reacted Finn t ,  The missiLg link between man j-nd  monkey, which Darwin looked for, but  never found���������e. man-ape, with ail the  characteristics  of  our  alleged    ti**.e-  , RURAL iYANHOOD  EOF  IS GN THE INGBEACE  A   Far-Seeing   Scot   Has   Solved  the  Problem    by  Giving  Hts  Sons and  Daughterc a BlockJ of Share*, Iri a  Real Joint Stock. Company.  A canny Scot has solved the old  problem of how to keep the boy.on  the farm by organizing his nine sons  and daughters Into a corporation una  dividing the stock of his 1,800-acre  farm auvng them, ns though it were  a city business,' u factory,, store or  mill. v   ' .  '   ,  ���������  The fathor, John McCallum. was  elected president of the farm cor-  poratnn by the vote of all the stockholders, the eldest son general manager, and aiiotl. er son secretary and  tieasurer. '        .     . ' ������  One con was made supeniitendunt  of the" uog department, all full blooded sto.'k" *> Another boy was chosen  to care for tho horses. Between two  other sons -.he cattle and sheep were  ��������� divided. " The girls . were placed in  charge of the home. Each child was  made superintendent of . some division of tlio :arm work and given supreme authority in , his or her department'  "1 thought the matter over for a  long time,': said 'lie far-seeing Scot,  telling of liis plans. "Then 1 finally  drove to town, got a lawyer and told  him my plans 1, suggested we call  " the farm the Lismorc Stock Farm,  from the name of the Island In Scotland where-1<>was born. He incorporated the farm with a paid up capital representing my valuation of the  farm and stock.    1 had a stock book  * printed and tiled regular articles of incorporation, .    "  "A few days later I called the chiJd-  ren into the parlor one morning af-  * tei breakfast and told them ,to ne  ready for a surp.ise. There were five  sons and four daughters. I had capitalized the farm at $100,000 .and divided ihe stock into blocks. I kept  enough for a controlling interest.  Then I1 presented each child witn a  block of otock. The plan I had outlined was for then, to keep at work,  J-uv some of ������n> stock each year, so  that bv the tim<_ I die they will have  purchased ill of my stock and wil.  have absolute control of the farm."  - The children worte enthusiastic oyer  the idea. ' ^ gave ,thein an interest in  the work o*. tht 1,800 acres that tbey  bad never had before' and before '.ne  lirst week was ever, each one of the  board* of directors was doing his best  lo stop -Jhe leaks that beset any large  .   corporation. .    -   >���������  The' directors hold daily meetings  around the family breakfast table,  where the wcrk. of the day is appor-  '  tioned, while ..nnual meetings of the  * stockholder's aro .ield, as required by  ���������_la,w^_ajid_the-���������ormalitiesJ-_of���������bu������iness,  'procedure are duly observed.  What -has been the result of ihe  experiment?* Of the-nine children  eight have stayed by the fariti,. one  deserting 't to become a lawyer. Nor  have  the-eight  stayed  against  their  climbing ancestors except a tail���������was | cane(i Rura. .Manhood and is the or  found at Ellic island in the pers.mjfiun of lhi t.ou^trv WOrk of ih'e  of a rejected Fliu., and described re* y.M.C.A. iu villages, towns and opeu  eently to the Eugenic Research as-Jc0Untry >0- NorU, America. Teachers  sociation at Columbia University by - and preacL3rs acu* other leaders in  Dr. Howard Knox, assistant surgeon ,country Work will ,find this- little  of the United S.otes  Public, Heo-th 100hthly journal decidedly helpful and  Religious  Educctior Should  be  More  .\Practical,  and  Less  Sectarian ,  and Dcctrinal  Some, time ago 1 made the discov-    ery of an escL-rtci little magpjine de-1 ��������� _     "__���������  ������������������.���������,.  ..act  voted to rura. so.ial welfare-' This is  EXPORTS  SOAREC  DURING  PAST  FISCAL YEAR, WHILST IMPORTS DECREASED  Seivice, at Ellis Island, who said he  was the most, perfect specimen bf au  ape in human form. -���������  The rare human being was a telephone lineman, a.id "if you will exercise some imagination," said Dr.  Knox, "you will see the man's occupation of climbing poles was particularly well suited .> his make-up, since  he may have inherited the ability  from his ancestors."  Dr. Knox in his paper on "The  Problem of tho Mentally Unflit Anaoog  Immigrants," said: "The case I am  speaking of was a Finn, 39 years old.  The man was of striking appearance, both from the standpoint of tho  archaeologist and the'anthropologist;  One familiar with the. reconstruction  of the man in the Stone Age could not  help but note the close resemblance,  and the moro wo studied the man the  more this . becr.mo apparent. The  forehead was low and receding, the  supra orbital rtdgea were sharp and  prominent, the eyebrows were long  and shaggy, the eyes sharp and piercing, the nose saddle-shaped with a  prominent Up, the lips large and protruding, and the chin massive and  heavy."   .,  ��������� Dr. Knox described him as having  teeth formed and arranged like an  ape's, ears below their normal position, and unusually long arms. His  hands were remarkable iri that each  little finger had but two phalanges,  making them, virtually thumbs, that  could be used with any other finger.  FORESTS  AND .NAVIGATION  Free Law Popular in Great Britain  Before the new British system of  free law for litigants whose worldly  possessions *do not exceed- '$250 in  value had been in force two days  .nearly 1,500 applications had been  received by the committee of court  officers entrusted with the work-of  dealing with them. ���������    .  Of these applications between 550  and C00 were suits for divorce, and  ,next.in po'nt of-numbers came monetary disputes.' -  Considering tint there are practically no restrictions and that anybody claiming to have a good case  may be Jhis system invoke the aid of  state lawyers and put in .motion all  the machinery of the high courts without havin-F any knowledge of the  technicalities-of tl.e law, It is not'surprising to learn that a large number of ' frivolous applications have  been received."  . Naturally every,, applicant thinks  he, or she. , as a good case, but many  of the 1,500 are doomed to disap-  -pointment���������sin"e-every-claim-is-first-  of all investigated ly a committee of  legal experts- (solicitors and counsel)  before any acJou is instituted.    ���������  There is a list of ever 250 counsel  and 400    solicitors who are ready to  to  be  act  for  poor'litigants.    It  is  will,  or because they  did not knew,  ictireft, however, Lhat at the. rate at  by experience, the lure .of the city  Five of the ch.ldrei have, been away  to college, hav.' completed their  courses'' ai.d tl.en hurried back home  to stay by the old farm, in, which  they are dlrectou. Two of the girls  are' now *.t college,' drawing dividends from the farm corporation and  planning to return home the minute  they have won tho coveted degree.  / In only, oi.e Important particular  ' does tho McCnllum corporation differ  from tl.o usual cne The checkbook  ��������� is a decided innovation. Mr. McC������*l-  Ium had a special set of checks printed. Each year a certain percentage  of the surplus is sot aside. Each dl-  reclsr may write ii chock on this sir-  plus ruin*! endorsed- on tho check  what, ihe money Is for and cash Jt  without asking tlio permission of any  other director.  Only onco has there boon a very  decided difference of.opinion among  the directors, Last year thoro was a  1,1 K surplus- Tin, nlno children directors proposed io uiiy an nutomobile;  the president A. tiio corporation was  not favorable. The nine outvoted iho  one and the automobile win*, duly  bought. Mr, McCnllimi chuckles'ovor  It now; pciuips lie opposed tho Ulo-i  on purposo just Lo see what would  hapnon.   Who knows?  "!'ll have to admit l'vo mndo It so  -,11-tli'Pd Interesting for the Mlftt tlioy  haven't wnn tod to leave lho farm,"  fi'iyp Mr. McCi.lluin. "except thnt. one  boy���������and lio whs cut out for n lawyer from the ..-tart, '. "pi orb."  To   Inspect  Immlgraton Agencies  \V. W. dry deputy-minister of tl o  Interior, leave*, for Europo to Inspect  tho Caiiailliiii government. Immigration  agencies there und. to look over the  fluid generally.  Ah iiniuumi'i-.l, tlio government, -b  now encouraging only the Immigration of agriculturists nml Ih actually  warning otlifTH against coming to  Ciintiiliii owing to tho crowded state  of tlu* Inbor market,  The completion ot tlio Trimcoiitln-  outnl railway will tend to vory mat-  orlttllv IncroiiBO tin- number of iiiu-in-  i.lovi 1, and It Is desired that Immigration he limited- spoel lien Ily to homo-  Blond em oi theso prepared to ongnyo  In tlint cIi.bh of work.  150 Chinese Soldlera Are Put to Death  Ono hundred and fifty of tlio sold*  If rs of tho firat division who recent-  li \ooUA du tow:, o*. Kalsais, *il*E  t-MIpb northwest, of poklnr- nnd after-  wards wero Induce**, to (Unarm hy jno-  ml*-'* of boMii* given tliolr freedom,  have been put to death. The garrison  at Kalgan composed of 0,000 soldltrfl  nnitlneiid and LiUeft nnd thon burned  ��������� lio Miy Ml ji'irnnn** whi* vr'*ii"tr*'!  them were killed, The-womon nhiiing  the Inhabitant-* woro attacked by the  jniitlneoiH and many of thom carriod  off.   am ���������.. **  It linn bPi-n estimated tlmt during  Uio jiroHont yonr l,2*fR���������000 fnct-*ry  hands In HtiHhlii liavo already i-nrilf-t-  patPd In fltrlken, In addition to 215,-*  000 otliera whp a('u emploj***-] lu tu-  tflhlli-lin-t-uts uot under tl'.' factory  tfit-  '  which app'icatioiK are being received theie will soon be enormous ��������� arrears of work facing the investigating committee  ordinary rlg'itooi-sincss and the relations of man and man. A number of  fine courses are already outlined and  are readily-available. Here Is an opportunity not nicely-for developing  the most exciting sort of class discussions among .adult men on topics in  which they are' keenly . Interested,  bringing to* U-ar all the pure white  light of Christian teaching where it  will do the most good; but also the  opportunity, to dove-op spopdy results  tn the lifo of tho community as tlio  social ethics���������ai.d tho personal religion  c.f .lesus, work out in life, and tho  church becomes moRt effectively a  community1 builder.���������Contributed by  Canadian. Wilfan- League.  Important   Cnange In Cold Storage Act  1  An brder-ih'-counci! has been passed  adding several imoprlant new sections  to the Dominion -jokl Storage act. It  is prov  of cold sturago warehouses shall:  (a) Give the public the preference  In tho use of the refrigerated spnc-? in  such warehouses It shall be doomed  to lie a violation of tho regulations  if tho owner of the warehouse refii&es  to receive go-xls from the rubllc at  tho approved rnio.for storage on the  ground of lack oi space, when any  part of the sjiaco lc occupied by g-iods  which are the ,1 "'ro-xrty of the owners of the warehouses.  (b) Shall not' contract or agree to  glvo all tho ���������"ji'vifcorated spneo to ono  or more firms to .ho exclusion of the'  general public,  "Owners .*r managers of cold suor-  age warehouses with whom contracts  havo been entered Into for tho payment of siibslJieki under the Cold  Storage act, ar.d wbo receive fish for  storage, rsl'.a'l accept herring at the  usual rato, and, lf delivered In the  usual mannoi- Irrespective as to  whether mil'., herring are to bo iiaod  foi food oi fnr halt,  "Every person who violates nny of  theso regiilatioiifi shuU for every tvsh  nffence Incu:* a pi-rally not exceeding  $50,"  Tho now regulations como Into force  at once. ..���������  * ^���������      Ml      ���������*-* ���������M ���������   I  MAY ESTABLISH GUILT OF ADAM  Innocence of Eve Hns Already Beon  Announced  but Incompletely  Dr, Stephen Lt'-gilmi, of .Tonus Col-  lego, Oxford, lias pli-.rtlcd the wot Id  and uimol ti'tidltloM tUut had uxlHio'l  for aeons '( time l,y announcing that  Adam, and not lOvo, nto the forbidden  apple Aa Ut authority for this re-  uiiirkahlo aiiiwuiieomeiit,. Wr. Liuigdon  montlonod eno of the clay talilnm bo-  longing to tho Nippur collection of  tlio University bf I'l'iitii-ylvnnla mus-  euiti which ho suioooilod In trnnnlnt-  lag nftcr mnny yearn of effort.  Unfortunately Dr. Lnngdon had only  half of tho cla*' tablet to work i*pon  monthly journal decidedly helpful  stimulnting. **       "  In anavtlcle ������m religious teaching  in' the country, Prefossor Flske of  O^berlln calls attention to some of the  strong d'nd also some of the weak  points on religious education as commonly found iri country districts.  "In most country communities tho  social structiir-.* ij simple and social  resources . meagre. Therefore personality is tho main asset, and tho determining factor in our problems. Heie,"  more than in tlu. city, personality  counts heavily, an religious lifo and  teaching depsnds upon it moro than  upon method or system or organization. This doubtless accounts for tae  fact that some country communities  have had a remarkable record for developing character aud - discovering  latent leadji-shlp. A fow great humble  sculs (perhaps but. one) have lived  there; and this accounts for it; Perhaps they have cheerfully broken  most of the laws of pedagogy and  have never, dreamed of it! The sheer  force of character has succeeded in  spite of it.  ��������� '".,���������..  . With these concessions, I shall not  bo misjudged if I mention some of tbo  faults often found in country communities, ""nlch seriously hamper.a  thoroughly effectlvs development of religious education.  The ordinary agencies for religious  influence are the home, the church,  the minister, the Sunday school, tho  country wo.k of the Y.M.C.A. and the  public school weachor. The latter has  an inevitable influence, though often  unconsciously.- Tho country work secretary is still all too rare. But the  Suudav school is almost universal, and,  the country"home'ls probably the best  In the land,-and'still most effective for  the training-of character. 1 am of the  opinion that there'remains, much more  definite "fami.y religion" in the country than in the business ridden, feverish life of the cities; doubtless*more  family prayers ' and "grace before  meat," and* definite .religious instruction of the old fashioned sort. To  be sure: it is often of such an old fashioned sort that it .does the- modern  boy'little immedii-.te good, but he can  never quite get away from it, and ultimately it boars/ fruit,,in his life.  ' I am making no attack upon sane,  modern evangelism when I say that  the churches must quit,depending upon periodic iudu'.gence in ultra-emotional revivalism-to, maintain .their  spiritual life. Self respecting people  shun stimulants; the after effects are  too awful���������whatever may be the temporary exalUtiou. The wise'minister  ���������is���������depending--ess���������upon���������theJ���������"rouso-  n,fents"���������which an over-exhorted congregation soon.becomes immune to���������  and more upon the-practical teaching  of the facts, of religion and life, which  feed souls ant*, .grow character..  Let me suggest that the aim of religious, edu-atio*. in the count!y should  be less se'tari.-.r. and doctrinal and  more .'.efinitely practical. The coun-  :--try people havo n genius for hard-  headed common sense, and you can't  fool them long with any substitute.  There is surely ������tr.e finest kind of opportunity for the study of "the soc'al  gospel"'in the cjuntry���������that Is, -no  practical teachings of Jesus and tho  Trade With the Ut.lted Kingdom and  With  the  United States  Shows an  'Increase���������Large1 Gain In Exports of  >   Agricultural Products.  A statement of Canadian trade for  the last fiscal year, has been issued by  the trade and commerce department.  The total trade in merchandise for the  year was $1,073,766,09S, an increase of  ?26,697,554 over the preceding fiscal  year. Imports' totalled $618,328,87-1,  a decrease of $51,671,315, while , exports totalled v*H5,437,224, an increase  of ?7S,368,S69.  The net increase in trade for the  year, was duo to the big gain iu ox-  ports of agricultural, products, animal produce and manufactured products, particularly during the aut--  umn months. Since then there has  been a considerable falling off both  in Imports and exports. The total exports of agricultural products for tie  year was ?19S,220,029, an. increase  of ?4S,074,46S, or uearly thirty per  cent. Exports of animal produce totalled $53,349,119, an Increase of $S,-  564,526, aud exports of manufactures  totalled $57,443,452, an increase of  $13,750,644.  Trade with the United Kingdom  showed a net increase of $37,63*1,09S.  Trade with the United States showed  a net increase of nearly there millions. With the British West Indies,  including Bermuda, despite ��������� the recent  reciprocal trade agreement, there was  a net falling off in trade of $1',620.2S3.  From nearly every oommunityjimports  decreased, ""bile to every country except the, Argentine Republic^ exports  increased. -From the United Kingdom  Canada took last year imports valiK-d  at.$131,942,769, or $6,706,666 less than  the preceding year. Canadian exports  to the United Kingdom totalled $222,-  422,766, a gain of $44,440,764.  Equality of Wntop Flow Dependent-on  Fores. Cover  It has been 'irged that in the interests of navigation the Dominion government shoulj purchase such ^denuded forest laud iu Uv. eastern' provinces  i������s might be nucef-sary to reforest, in  order to prevent Hoods and the filling  up of streams with sediment, in this  connection .he .eport on' the Trent  Watershed, Survey, recently published b.v the commission of conservatian,  is of cousiderabl** interest. Iii vhls ie-  giou of Ontario, as a result of fi.es,  150,000 acres-are practically a desr-rt  j.nd the report ur%es a policy of forest  conservation under Dominion, provincial or niunicip-1 control, in order to  preserve the usefulness of the Tr.i.t  Valley canul, in which over $10,000,000  are invested. There are many such  barren area-, h. ti.e eastern provinces,  which with *he assistance of the Dominion government might be made to  produce valuable lorest crops.  In Canada disastrous floods. and  low water stages have been largely  prevented by tiie timely action of th-i  Dominion government in setting aside  as Jorest reserve a the wooded slopes  where the great rivers of the interior  of the Dominion have their origin. On  the east slcpe it the Rocky Mountains  over 20.S9G square miles of non-agricultural land have teen thus reserved,  for the double purpose of regulating  the run-off and of providing a perpetual supply of timber to meet the  ever increasing -.eeds of the prair'e  settlers. In the -ailway belt in British Columbia "smaller reserves have  also been set aside, chiefly for the purpose of maintaln'ug a steady How In  the streams ou wtich the fruit-growing  industry is absolutely dependent. '  ,, After a struggle which -lasted for  ever ten years, the friends of observation in tho United States" succeeded ;n  passing the Weeks Bill on March 1,  1911, for the acquisition of lands tor  the purpose of conserving the navigability of navigable rivers, by maintaining on these acquired watersheds a  perpetual grov/th of forest whhh  would preserve the regularity of the  stream    flow, tlus aiding navigation  HI  Exposm  EXHIBITS  OF  THE   NATURAL. RE-  SOURCtSJF CANADA WILL BE  VERY ATTRACTIVE  The    Canadian    Building    Covers an  "Area of About 700,000 Square Feet,  and is One of the Largest Buildings,  of the Exposition. ���������  ���������  Col. William Hutchinson, exhibition,  cemmissioner -or Canada, was interviewed  recently  in  Vancouver  while  on a trip ou business connected with,  tho Canada  ouilding at  the Panama  Pacific exposition   The  building  will  be complete*.'.' ia atom a month, Col. .  Hutchinson said- Of course this does ���������  uot mean the fancy work of the interior, nor the placing of the many  displays bf  the natural resources of  ���������  the Dominion   Becaure the exhibition  city is on this coast, British Columbia  products  will    have  the  largest  share of the space.  The Canada building covers > au  area of about 700,000 square feet. It  is the largest building with the exception of the balldings known aa  the exposition p*il;ices. The commissioner has0 a staff of eight experts at  work. Thoy, have beeu cor.nccU-d  with his department for years and  are .-putting Into the San Francisco .  building their experiences at many of  the world's biggest exhibitions.  "Our idea is to appeal principally  to tlie* mau who may become a settler  of Canada," sain the commissioner.  "The exhibits in the building will be-  only of the natural resources of this  country. These will be displayed la  the most attractive manner possible..  The exhibition will formally open on  February. 20, but the Canada building will.be ready for inspection before that time-; In fact, our .department has established a*reputntion at  other " exhibitions, of getting off the  ground with our work completed,  before any' of the ethers" are through.  Imports from, the United States last  year totalled $410,786,091, a decrease  of $30,369,764. Exports to the United  States totalled $200,459,373, a gain of  $33,348,991.  THE ATHABASCA TRAlL  ad  water  power development,0  and1���������8 8������^ nn epportunity of openii g  n.m,M  nien ���������r0vp������i, .rill  prnr.lmi and firs* and giving the    early    arrivals  My life   is   gliding   downwards;  -it  .speeds swifter to the day  When it shoots the last dark canon  to the Plains of Far-away,'  But while it. stream is running through  . tlie years' that. are to ..be,  The mighty voice of Canada will ev������-r  -   call-to. me.        .   ,.    .   ���������  I shall heai the roar of rivers where  the rapids foam and tear,  I shall smell.the virgin upland-with  its balsam-laden air,  Arid shall dream that I am riding down  . the winding, woody vale,   v  -With-the���������packer��������� a'nd-the���������packhorse-  .   .,on the Athabasca Trail."  I have passed the warden cities at the  Eastern wate-'-gr.te;   7  .Where the- hero and the marytr laid  '**���������    the co**ner-stone of State,  The    habitant,    coi'.reur-des hols���������and  hardy voyagear,  Where lives a breed more strong at  need to venture or endure?  I have seen the gorge of Eric where  the roaring waters run,  I have crossed the Inland Ocean, lyh'g  golden in tho sun,  But the last and best and sweetest is  "   . the ride by hill and dale.  With the  packer and Jhe packhorse  .on the Athabasca Trail,  I'll dream again cf fields of grain, of  grain that stretch from sky to sky,  And tho little pralrio hamlets, where  the cars go roaring by,  Wooden hamlets as I    saw    them���������  noble cities still to ho,  To'girdle stately "Canada with gems  from sea to soa;  Mother'of a inlRht/ manhood, Land-of  .  glamor nnd if hope,  From the eastward soa-swept Islands.  to the sunny western slope, , ���������   ���������  Evor more my heart is with you, ever  moro till life shall fall,  I'll bo out with pack and packer on the  Athabasca Trail.  ���������Aririuv Conan Doylo.  Jasper Park, Aiterta, June IS, 1914.  would nlso prevent soil eror.ioii and  the resultant filing up of. the streams  with sediment.    ������  The oill was fought bitterly by interests, who attempted to prove that  forests do not restrain floods or regulate stream flow, but their arguments  were totally disproved in the house of  representatives.  It was then sought to prove the  provision for the purchase of stafe or '  private lands hy the federal government to be unconstitutional, but the  committee en the judiciary, after thorough consideraion, affirmed that 'Congress had the constitutional pow--T tu  acquire lands nnd forest reserves in a  state by purchas \ condemnation or  otherwise,.as an aid to navigatpn, il it  be made to appear to congress that  such reserves materially or substantially aid navigatijii' That .forest reserves had  this Influence was 'made  M-appcar-Ho-Gbn-Jtessrt-he-  -,_piii.  who may visit th-, grounds some days  before the formal opening, an opportunity of studying what Canadaa can  show'."        * .  ��������� Particular pdins are being taken  with the fruit exhibit, the commissioner said. Many of the horticultural pioducU'wil' be.shown on tho  limb. There will he exhibits in hot-  \tles, and tlu- fresh articles as well A  splendid and attractive idea which  will he worked on* with several Ax  b> twelve foot screens, made, with a  blue canvas sky, natural grass and  trees, houses, etc., wliich will vividly  convey ideas'-uf orchard and fana  scenes of .the Dominion.  Tho horticultural exhibition ��������� will  occupy about' SOO sounro feet and  Col. Hutchinson expresses..the belief  it,will be,second to none. Plans are  for a .'largo i.i:i>trnl dipplay and each  jampiej^lLke_!HinU"I*U&Mll^^  of the mineral will bo from this province.    The  timhor  resources  of Can-  was passed and since*then tlure has  been purchased or approved for par- . ....       oll���������,  d  chase over  65,900  acres-of denuded athl ,w ll)���������bc. .H1,?, \Jf   '    P 'i    ,���������  in tha Appalachian Moun- *'!*ne*������J���������,}> ���������f������"   , ,������5 JlJY J������  timberlands in tha Appal  tains, which will be, when necessary,  artificially oforested In order to, bring  ujider control the " excessive - floods  which haV** caused such damage along'  the Ohio'and other rivers having their  source  in   theso  mountains-  COMPLETION  OF LINE  N  T. R. Praclcally    Finished    With  Leonard'   Retirement  Tho retirement cf ,Major Leonard  from tlie ejinmlsBloneislilp of tho National Transcontinental Hallway  murks the .iractlci'l completion of tho  lino nave for some extra buHamlng  and lilllng and tho construction of a  fow stations U bf completed hy October i. H ih understood that thon  tl:u���������Grunt! Tumi Pacific would he  called on to oxorclao its option of  acquiring the lino hy leimo.  As wiih intimated hy tho company  in the npueiliu.oiu for tlin rccont i*unr-  ntitee of bonds t,r the completion of  dm mountain soetlon, It Ih Intended to  tnko over '-ho Un.-, hut an arbitration  will llkoly he 'iBhml to detormltio tho  total coHt, In respect of wliL-li tho  rental or IntereRt will he paid at the  rato of 3 per con*, for R0 ycitri*, Jlo-  fiisal by the flratrl Trunk to loimo tho  lino would moan Mu being tnlu'ii o.er  by other Intorests or by tlio govern-  mont itHolf. The expectation, howovor, Ih that the annul Trunk will lm-  ploment. Ub contract,  Tliero Is ft Inn,'*.* Hliiff In tho Tra.iB  Effect of Waves  In his recent locturo boforo tl.b  Royal Iimtllutu ut London, on modern  ships, Sir John Lylo drow attention  to the fait that, when tho wiivcb are  one-half tho length of tho ship and  one-t went loth of the length In lielhlit  thn Htfi-HH upon >n<i ship Itself was  voiy llltlo Increased abovo that in  smooth wator Hut when tho waves  are of the sa-ne length as the H'ulp  or one and ono-lialf times In length  the HtrPHHOH are coiiHlderahlv tygh'T  thnn when the ship Ih In hiiiocIIi  water, llwic-o li. view of tho fact  that. wiweH ar- n������ldotn over 500 feet  long, thn mu'-liuiim bending momciitH  which emno upon a ship 900 feet long  Hiich as the Aqiilmnlu are much leu-*  than tlioae wliloh (otue upon one 500  fcot In length,  FOREIGN SERVICE NEEDS MEN  Sir Georae Foster Considering Raising  Status  of Canada's  Trade    ,  Commisslonershlp ������������������  Por some timu Sir Georgo Foster  has had under consideration the question of ra'l&lnrt tlu- status of Canada's  trade coiumlssier-erBhips ..iu othir  countries. Canada has, of course, no  consular servlio of her own, but, hi  common with other dominions beyond  the bciis, utilizes tho services of British consuls in. foruign countries, However, where there p.ro trade commissioners, theso to somo extent fulfil tho  functions of consult", -,and with tho  growth.jf Canadn's'Impor'tanco abroad,  it Is becoming the moro necessary  to appoint ���������s commissioners mcu of  tho vory hij-fhest qunlillcntloan.  Sir George' Foster therefore, proposes to appoint to theso positions as  vico-coiiiisiiJJs tho best jrvnilable university men, but boforo going to tholr  rospeetlvo posts they will undergo a  &peclal training In thb department of  trade and commerce nt Ottawa, and  will he given opportunities to study  tho needs nnd nec-sslties as well as  the IndiiBt'-lal cor.dltlons of Canada  from coast to coast.  give the visitor an idea of the, grain  in the wood. A good'deal'of atUn-  ticn also will be" paid to the fishing  resources.      "     ���������-.  i  150,000  MILE  SURVEY  Cciwequoully hia   translation was ������n- continental -omnilHHlon offlcH at   ut-  rnmnli'te.       ������     ,." ��������� tawa, wlile.h will navo to bo dlBpenned  Milium wu,                      i>                               . ,       , i     i   i,.i         ii     ,.   i .    .    i.   .  i\0\1   OJIlU'ti   ������Ul   illlllOIHlCt!l������|i.'l,L   flulll    iW'li   >J������   l"1 -"''.'"Vi/l   .n.i.i...*.-  the university mtimifm fltntln*- i'nt  tho nilHHliig hnlf of the (day tablet  concerning tho flood, tlio ORcr.po of  Noah and the lull of man has boon  found lu the Nippur collection. Scholars who nave oxaiiilned It say that It  iv.'J! c.v."o .inAb^v f.".'!,".i'i.)" "'.I .* i'i  nly,(In* Infon'itio* t'nt will ("-'(ahllsh  for 'all time tho Innocence of Evo and  the guilt of Adam. A copy of tiio  tablet, will 'no sent to Dr. I.angdon  In Knglnnd.  of thn -nihil** nervier-, hut thin vill not.  occur immediately.  lUiceiit forest snrvoya conducted by  the Dominion,r>"Mtry Hranch In "ho  wooded region lying- to the north of  -It   I ,,       ,,     l l t   11 Ml  '. I -���������    I' ,  '. ,  ..x������������i.O������.,v...     ,,.     >,.."��������� -^������     ,..-..,....-,    .   ...  vory large arotiK of vnluahio timber  have beon dofitroyod by forest fiie  within the Hint twnnty.flve yean*. Reproduction |h good however, and the  j.nsHllillltlCB of thr rough, Handy rct'ioti  ire I rid I cat ������il by  Stnekhoune Antarctic Expedition Will  Leave London End of Year  Mr, J, l-'oBtor StnekhoiiBo'a Mrltlsn  Antarctic oxpedl'lo.i iu to uni I from  Loudon i.i Duuembor. Tho program  hub beon coiialihTiibly extondoc*., and  will now take four lo llvo years to  com plot o.  Tl.i i,a,ii..!H.1,.j, ii 111 buivc> iniiiif  1,'.'0n mllf-a of the Antnretlr eonidllne.  The oenanoKniplilea' wirvory lncludoH  the now routoH following on the opon-  Ing of the Panama Canal, and tho  clinrtB Bhow u M'iieo ������t over 150,000  mllna.  Prepare for  Panama  Trade  Tho government Ik Rotting ready for  tho anticipated tradr development he.  tweon went.Tii porta and 'Hmojio by  way of Miu Panama canal.  Interior elovutovn have been o.ttah-  IlKlied  at  Kort   William,  Moom*   Inw,  Hiiakatoon   m I Cilgnry ninl ilu- Kite  NATURALIZATION EXPLAINED  to  ns a tlnibei prodiK-o  Moro thnn four   hundred    pa tor It* jthe fact* thnt in tl.e tew mature mauds  have    bocn    Ikku-x.    by    the United j remaining white ypiucc attaitiH a *iia-  States for  Jnvlcw  Intended  to har-1 meter of thlrtv-HJi  Inchea, liiilgi-pnlp; him JiiHt heon wdi'et������.i! for a torinltial  neHH the power of Ken waves.  N'oiinlplno   tWiiilv Irih.������    ahpea pupl.ir llf- *-.Ui\;iUtr on tin- novi������rnitiiiiit  dm l< at  ;t'u y.'acUcally   succesHfnl   to teen Inchon   und paper birch iweivu Vancouver,    *hicli will cobI atout a  have bi  far.  , inched.  .lultUou djll:i:������.  Government  Hr.s   Issued  Circular  Ctrrect Mlaunderiitandlngn  Ar coiiflldei'iiblu uiiBiiiidei'staudliif-fl  have arisen uh to the new Naturalization act, the Ktate department Ih Ihkii-  Ing a .ipeelal 'drctih r on the Hiihject  directing altenllon to the fact that  the new law Ik n-it now In effect,, hut  will bo fin!>' on J a Hilary 1 next, wlillo  with rsHpcct to tho people living there  ut present and up to the lln,t of tho  year the old law will apply for three  yearn yet,  Heretofore naturalization waa gnu-ted In court by jiiil>reH. Under the new  law tho Judges will certify at to th.)  t'Vldei eo ot (|uali'lcatloiu< while the  certlflcato wl'.l bo Imuiod by the Bucro-  tary of Btaty.  Farmers' Co-opi;ratlve 8 ode tie i  Seventy-two fr-i'incrti' coor.erntlvo  organtii'/tloiis 1'iive bvm. orgaul/.ed in  HiiHkatehowJin I'o.' tlio purehiiHo of  fiiim Hiipinii.-tt uud the marketing ,of  Uusn lui'Au^i.  llefore tin, clone of llie preaont year  It Ih anticipated that entiHlderahly  more limn on-j hundred will bu formed. Many of the inoinborn reglatei-e,!  hy the d-'prirtinrut of ngrleiilturo hnve  muiiiii*) ' mini������>vA oii iitipuriitiii lrjii-  neHH actlvltleii. The itiont of them are  piirchnHlug the hinder twine that will  ho needed by tlio inenibern.  Duration m-Mrl���������lfi hntii-H, 'J8 mln-  titi'H, made by Poulot  IJtM.  PaHRi'iigi'*" riirryluif roonrft���������lly fllti-  oi-Hky. Ki'-'paHHi'iiKcrh, IHU.  Altitude r-f'ford���������'Jti,r������t'i4 ff't, made  by l.lniu'kfiniil. HM-i.  Uny'n Journey���������1.:!.'!'.' mileu, ty  Schh-gd, Oct. .m, li)H.  Pearls Oi Great Price  Thero has lately^been exhibited at a  court jcwcllor's In Pond street a atr'.k-  Ing collection of p arls. One lnagniflc- r>  lent-'ropo is valued at no, less than  ,C(10.000; while tor a single pear-  shaped drop pearl, perfectly, Bymino*  trical, -C1*I,000 is asked. Put probably*  the most exqulsi.e article, in tho collodion Ib a single necklet of gems of  extraordinary hue, tho matching and-"  gradation boing superb, Tho co������t of '  this article ,   .CUO00.  But the owners warn a would-be-  purchaser that if one of the stonow  woro lost lt������ would be linpoHiilblo to  roplaco it with an exact dupliealo.  Black and pink pearls also found, a  place In tho exhUUion; whilst.a. pass-  lug reference mi.at be made to a pair  of button-shaped ear-rings valued at  ������8,000.  Ono of tho ;'(.'proBoiiliitives of tho  firm gives a word of advice upon the  preservation and treatment uf pearls.  Upon no account, ho said, should  thoy bo locked up ln a safo or otl.or  dark placo for lengthy perinils, sinco  Biieh troatment. Boon piiiiroh tlinin to  Iobo their "life" hnd become (lull*  If tholr fair ownors find thnt for  Bomo reason or utliur they - cannot  wear them outf.lde their narinnn'.H  they Bhould make a point of wearing  thom underneath their droB-3 next to ,  tho Hkln, CoiiKtnnt contact with V o  human akin gives lo the hiohoh light,  liu,tr������, glosf; and nbeon, The biial |h������h-  Bible way to keep pearlH In t\ perfect  Htalo of i rehervatlon nt well iib to  prolong llif.lr life, In lo wear tliein al*  waya, both day nnd night*  FIGHT UPON OPIUM |N CHINA  Manchuria and El-sven Provinces Now  Declared Free from Importation  of Indian Druij  Mauehurla a,id elevnn of the olgh-,  Veen provlncuH foniilni* ("hinn proper  are d'M'kiveil lo he free of opium, --nil  the Prltliili goverumunt, miliHllcil 'hat  thi������ declaration l������ correct, Inir. agrei.-ri  Hint, iiccoiil'ng to a previmiH arrango-  nu'iit, no luillaii opium hereafter Hiiali  ho permitted to enter these provlnui-u.  The CIiIhoho f"ovf-ri.ineiit Inn- nent In-  Htriicllomi to the governiiii'iit of ilio  remaining provinccH lu the republic to  put down the nm> of opium and prohibit the cultivation of tlio peppy uo  Ii/-ts lid- %m\ i-f iJni ><iii.  The hupi-ch:- of the nnM opinn enTii*  pnlgn In Chliir. In cr.nHplruouH rotiwld-  orlng the government's Inability    or-  luck of iterloiis effort to terinliint-j brj-  gaiidiige and other evIlH,  Mi������jf Abrtiiiion Ai,t*rvtic Trip  Tlio KlacKlioiiHi- Antarctic expedition which wan lu'.liediik'd to Hall next  Hecoinler may bu ahamloued for thu  timo boing, th*>t*o lu cbargn hiiving  praetleally ih elded to begliji un ocean-  ographlenl survey, liieludlng tin- innp-  plni-r of tlu.' new route mudi- ii'-t-*'t!s'ary  by the opening of the Panama Canal. This woil'il Jiividvi' ii v������ivin-o nf  U.n.omi mile--, and the work w niM  refiulre nearly five yenrs to com-  pleto.  ( to  Vv-/*--&,u*-������L������������S-������������3J.Ji.fc  THK NEWS. CTJMBKR^AM������; BRITISH COLUMBIA.'  ���������������t������*w--i-*������*rfi������*-nEyisri:KrL;^r:  Table Sets,. 4 pieces  ;... ,75c a set-  Table Sets,'4 -pieces $1.50 and $2.00  ���������-**  Jfcily Glnssi.*s with Caps 50c a dozen  Glass Tumblers * 50c a dozen  Glass Salt aud  Pepper Shakers B9rry Sets   etc.   etc.  1*  F"    Set our Stock of  l;>.niiture,   House Furnishings  Wall  Papers,  Ranges,    etc, etc.  ^������������������ifV*'**-**-*^^ (H*^j^*M-*-*M*-*t-*\-������r--*^^  MAROCCH! BROS 1  GROCFRS '��������� 8c    BAKERS f  AND PROPRIETORS  OF ������  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS {  TT^S  h...< ri  ne rurmture  McPlu-e lUock,   A. MoKINNON     Cumberland  c ������t������- nmi *wi������-f-������i*-wi  correspondence  Kit tir Ni-xs,  Dtjcu" Sir:���������In Inst   '.vci-k'?   is  ���������-r.e oi" yonr paper, I sav an aui-  de   above      * lie    oood-pouiiding  ' a.ue of "Dccenpy.'" ���������.vlovriu^ 10  ���������i second-hand  disclaimer, sotne-  ivhat   lav,   about    the   slanders  ���������wliich have been extended to my  ���������.name by some cowardly indiviii-  ������������������u-d.s, who make slandering their  p'ofessiou   and    always   behind  i Heir   nctinis back, thev   never  ���������t-Dinejii the  ojien to accuse   the  *viciiir as*, thty know   they   cannot prove   such malicious acctis.  :aiions  aud it would mean penal-  ���������iv -to     ihem..    when'     proved  ���������i-hilly, ot    false   stigmatizi'iiy   a  man's character. I take from  the  sin ici** of "Decency.M    where  it  s vs. "disclaimer somewhat late*'  ' -Xcency'*'   must    have- Known  ���������������������������-. i about this lon������" before   I   did,  I  had never any cause in Cumb-  ������������������-lland   nor     any      where   else  1 o      ask     any     citizen     what  people   say .about   ,me;-   I   be*  iievc mvself to be as respectable  -and law-abiding as any man that  walks the .streets of tliis city  or  ./���������Uewhere*   atid I  f.m also   very  Mire thai "disgusting language"  it not my habit, as those.slander-  u"s   may    think;    let    this   be  1 he   first    hand   disclaimer,     I  would not have known anything  ,'ibou.t   this dirtv work that   was  ���������iMiing on behind mv . back,   had  it no', beeu for our local General  Manager of the   Canadian   Collieries   (Dunsniuir) Ltd.,   whom  1 am much obliged   to   for   liis  i'i'ir 11 ess   in telling me all   about  this.    Vour? for the Truth, Justice and ������������������Decency,"  V. GOOD  S. *">. Charmer, eoniniencino  Aligner !). will arrive at Imiou  Hay at 15.30 p., in. AYed m'sd a**.  and'Friday, and will leave ['ninn  linv. Thursday inoniiiif** at*. S, and  on Friday at 12' midnight. No  change in Cowichau-s schedule!  ������������������������������$������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  The Tall Mall Gazette under  Jieadiug, -'War ancl the Workers'  ,s!iy.-.% the cleansing touch, of dan-  -,- cr and adversity has purged our  hearts of pride and envy. We  'know thai if we fire to win  ihrough our hour of trial, it i.������  ������������������niv linking hands together aud  bv seeing to it that buidcns are  ������������������ip'.alk borur-. The cry nf I lie  nivdy nnd him that hath uo help  ���������-. 1, is iu oui cms. -'What can we  -in to hclj".'*"' The answer isplain  Go about your dailv life in quiet  ikws .'iiul confidence and help  iiuih by money and pc-r.-otial set  , cc. to ji'-siit*: that tin.* privations  i:uvi iible to w,ir. lali as lighlh  us- jtoM'il-lv oil tl|o:*e kw-lorllliiatc  i.ian wjiiiselvcs, Sonic sicvifu-v  1; demanded of u-i all. I.ct it be  clii.Mliiliy and rcidik mri-t���������������*.*'  (!iniiln-ilaml and nitric, are ai  l'.'ady ludd) responding lo the  11 iiional si'n'iniem, 1l1.1t the  workers ou wh-j'U lhe figlning  in.iiuly iiil , shall luive all the  iw--'-'ssi'i<-*s iind com foils ihat a  ���������s'.M'.f-of  war wiil   permit,    um  Our wotker*" have le truly ie*->  j oudi'd t<* the er> hy ptt-iiiiMiig  a ino'iihly iluiiafiou hoiu lue'r  1 av r<*U iind un.* roh of our citiz-  ��������� ii.s will tiiidotibtcujy i-omniJiiie  ion tribute lo the best oi 'heir ab  i uv when waited upon, ahoge..  tint we shall undoubtedly do our  I.sii slime lelieving lhe iice-ssi-  '.',. - .ir-.l ������������������( .uf-ir'-' of th"- ��������� u-lwi Trt  1 i ;���������.> lm ir li-'i-.s in lli*:;t ii-*uu***  ; '.-������������������ ������i(i",i' tt -ui th -.iU'i ;.'*.- *>'*w. ^u  t m ���������*>f';;.U and to m :!.*r, lhat  mtr iu-.i! .1*1 air', boiiu* .���������**���������<' ii.i  W-������V������ KiitV   * C   pMStrVCvl tO US.vl'.d  TRY  A.   A,������.Jlm&  J  for    your   Sundas,������  Sodas, lee   Cream,  and    Confectionery  mrJT,' CIGARS,   TOBACCOS  u  Willie"  WANTED���������The loan of a  knitting machine for the Ladies-  Patriotic Guild.  METHODIST  CHURCH  SERVICES.,  Public   Worship���������Sunday, 11  a.' in. and 7 p.  111.  Bible Study   (S. .School) 2.30  p. m.  "Young People's Society���������Mon"  day, 7.3b>p,*.m.     "        ,  ��������� Ladies.Aid���������First .Tuesday of  every mo^th, at 7.30 p. va.  Agents for Pilseiier4"I3re\ving Company's 1>EER  Wholesale Dealers in all.Kiucisof  'Wines and. Liquors.  I, SECOND   STREET i  t^*/\p<*rtt****fiitt^**ti^^ **--^-^������-<>w^*t^**^^  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CCNVYANC1NG       |  >:  CUMBERLAND,   k  4*v*^v-r^*H<*i'^^-H������v^-H--H'-:~h ^^v^^*rv*r*!*v'H-^4-W*'r'W~H-*;*  I    REDUCED ::\  Drink a, Bottle of Pilsener,  faith your meeds  Notice the good effect on appetite and digestion.  PILSENER BREWING CO., UTD.  ; !so distributors for U.B.C and   New life Beers, Nanaimo  1  iniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiM  i  a.,  NOTICE.  Holy Trinity Church  of   Eng  land, Cumberland.  Surviecs for.  fc'nnday,  Sept, 13.  1*1 th Sunday after Trinity.  Mutiny, Litauy and sennon, at  11 a. in.  Evensong and sermon  7 p. in.  Stimlnv school in  church - 2.80  p. m.  Every WedncFdny   ovening dn  ring Supteiiibor   tlipro   will   ho a  servico of Intercession hold in the  cliiu'ch fit y 0'cloak.  CIms, A. duVoro While,  Cloi'irymnn in Cliargo of J'nrish.  Aftut' nn lutoi'vnl of four weeks,  llm last four of tho aiunmei* union  .'irriiiiocnii'iit, the i-erviei-s ol'  G "fii'O MothuditsL church were nil  I'ei-tinii'd iu regular order Inst  Sunday, Seo iinnouiiccnient clt-i*-  where,  i^tmmwf*mmammi*t*mr  our children after us. The woin  en of Ctmiberlaud aud district  have promptly banded ihemsclv  es together to sew and knit and  arrange for distributing the  us.  ultH of thor Inhori* to the bent adv  aiitnpo poBBihle, and we may lin  sure il will ho and doin.'. No doubt  thnir fitsl euro will lio all women  ami children, uot onlv oi lli'iBe belonging to ihe men wlio havo actually fiene to fight, but nny othciti  upon whom thu results of lhe war  niuy entail want nivl privation,  iiiotliiir-i ami younger Hi**torrt ami  Vr'-'tlvr0, "lin !ri**������ honiinm- nf hit*  vobiritci'rtiH!, been dcpi-ived oft heir  hn tidwinncr. Vnneouuor hn������ ret-  uthtril to >������ier*r������i their efforw with tho  Dtikonf Oonnnught'H Kund, ieolin**  tlmt ihey enn look after their own  j.,���������..���������,.!���������,.. ;*..;.-������!������:..,;������. ��������� ff. c IvAy Aim  they could po.-*ilj|y ottcrtd to from  a diHtancL1; wn think it will be  well for Cumberland to do tho  nnmo, and if we havo Anything over ear iinroedmii* nccem-Mif-M, whal-  ���������ivcr ttuiy !k< decided t'������ du with ii.  let ii he distinctly uuderotootl thai  it ii Cniiibv-iliutd'^ eoatribuiiou  atid f.eki.owlod^ed ah Hitch. Till'  Ni Wi hau tlui jjrt.-vtert coufidi-KCH  ihald'ir lubjioitsu >.ttl lo gancro'iji.  j*   Cumberland to Union Bav. ~. ioc. for two minutes.  ���������5* h                      ������������������  *f   Cumberland, to*Fanny Bay ��������� 20c, lor two tumutes  ?   Fanit*j) Bay tocCumberlaucl 20c. for two minutes  .*.   Kanny Bay to Taylors .'..'.". 15c, for two minute-*  JL   Fanny Bay to Union Bay.; - 10c. for two minutes.  t   Union Bav to Courtenay 20c. for two minutes  T   Union Bay to Cumberland ioc. lor two minutes  T   Uniou Bay to Fanny Bay ioc. for two minutes  ������������������IIH-MPIJ.II ���������������������������������������������*���������  Also   special   iiight   rates  Between 7 p. 111. and 8 a. 111,  to all points iu British Columbia,  Three Times the Regular Day Period for the Regular Day Rate.   J  KT Make Appointments Any Time During the Day :*r.   _-,,    ���������      . .1.  'B, C Telephone Co. Ltd j  ������J������'^^-������-|<4',*i,*4'*I,rl"*l,*i'*'l"*J,"i*'l''S*"5"'l,'l*'i"i,'J" |J������J,,'J'������J'i*t*'i^wj^-Ji'J-,'J*,'J,''|-,fI'''l'''J"*J-,'J[,'l-,'t''J''i^  , How*,  many   of   Ciiiuhei'hiiid'fi  vomiti   and   viimrous     maiihood  J II o  have offen.'d their surviees iu   de  fone.i' of the Unijiire ?    Less than  two dozen.     A poor  showing for  this portion of the west..  -tf>-  Nearer tlio  ninltering thnndurH  roll,  Blacker und heavior  frowns  lho sky,  Vet onr dauntless  Englir-h i*oiil  Knees the slorin with steady  eye;  llundfi nro strong, where hearts  nru stout,  Onr ril'lw are ready���������Look out!  A inr.i'ting of Ium I'utnnlii!  iMi'id ('(iininittecs on Friday ev,  I'liiiig, in the Council Chninhei,*.  Uepiililtiollh I'l'otn I'liion Buy imd  Hcv-,1, were p.VM.1.1. imd i-..,'....-!,,!  N;,t''������ fj:,,,w'' ,,Ht 0,,,.v ,,"r������nro'  v.-ry ,atisf,.etu'v   |,n.pr,^ in I       I1"1,) n',J"[,JI',1, tof '"imani^  ilii'.-i' pliiees, Mr. McMillan, one  of the eoneort cointnl'lec, rejioit-  <���������(! llutf. an t-xeelluiit prognimnie  for,that event was being prepared,  Tlieru was u very   fair Httendiineo,  FOE THESE HOT DAYS  Children's Uoinpers, AVash . Blouses' & Suits  Dresses,  Cashmere. Coals,  ete. *  ������'  Ladies' Waists,   JN'ight  Cowns,* Underskirts,  Comhiii'itions,     Corset     Covers,*      Aprons',  lionso Dresses,  etc..'  MEN'S SILK; SUIHTS,  TIES,    FIIs'E   UMVEUWEAR-    |  THE, "IDEAL" STORE    .*������* * T������.-boifs  a.  .  -.      I    ^J  ll!illlt!:;il!!!l!ill!lllll|ir*Jlllliilllll!llll!!l!inilllll|||l!lllllil|!l!llllilllt;tillii:i|lli;il|l!l!::i!;i!l^  A\Mll!l!l!!llili:ii:illllli!ll!llllll!!ll!ll!ll!ll|Ulllllill!������!|l|,'l,'l!l!!ll||!l]|HII!l!llll������^  s " ... ������������������������  ������  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000. "Resorve $13,000,0       |  I   The Rovai Bank of Canada.   I  yn  I OIIAPTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY    CURRENCY,   l'AYALSl.K   ALL |  I ' OVBU   THE    WORLD.    ' j  1 SPECIAL ATTKNT10N paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS A, imero.-n 1'  a |  I at hij-heHt Current Rules al'mwed on Dnj o-niit* uf Ifi nml upwards. |:  I B  I CUMBERLAND, B. 0 , Branch, Op-m Uail/      D. M, Morrison,. Mffr. a  1 UNION TAY, B.C.'Branch, Ovon I ai y.       F. Bof-worth, Wvr, 3  I COTJRTfiNAY,   B. C , Branch, Opnn Dailv It. H  Haidwick,  Mgr,, f\  %:illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|tllllll!lllllinilllil!llllli:i!llli;i!!ll!lllll                     IIUIIllllllllllllHIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllV^  mtttmJCM.-m*������Hm-xwwwmrJRLMMiam������M*int*'wimmiMn.,mi.-Mt ******ttv* .������hw������mh-im  =V. BO^O^A:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  [ "*Kmmm***MmmTrltlMB*V,'tMI**WR^IIWmWMlVUmmm%  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. BOX 483.  PHONE 20....  %  Btihe;  And with the   help   of Omnipotence,  Wcfdmll htaiid when the iiiotiti.  taitut (piake.  Only in Hin'i our heurtfi nre stout  Onr rilloRiire reudy���������Look oui!  Tom was away off on Tiu.'^lay  ..:,-!.!; I.i.t !.;:; !i*:::*t ir ::: the  riUht,   pliiee    i'ur    nil    (li..l,.   He  ini;,     \'mi u./iihl    lievi-r l;now l'������y  i'liii't help it, he win* horn tlu.t  ,wnv.    11������; in a kicker ull rmht,  . n  "       ' i ,    .1 l  j in* ii.nni' ^iilii*    ������������>   int  i.iiljm1  "I" Wot C'liiilicrlnnd iu their new  inill nn TucBiluy ni^ht, in honor  ��������� if tlui fiivuiiMi'i. cup winners, wm*  a very   rm-'cet-t-ful   aflTiiir.    Al'^'w  Tiie iWi'n-o l.i.in ^t!!^:  )t       Vol" III  (Jnnihei'lnnil.,  i  j  Tho editor of Tho Cumberland  New.'; J.'J'iy hp n rnndidntn fnr  mnynr nt ���������ho next civic election.  This announcement mny ho aome-  whnt premature, but ho ie seriously eontridflrinB tho mutter. Thero  iu nothing lik" tnkintf time hy ihe  i  r.'Vi'lilV'liM'   I'lUHiJ.ri l\i.l'<- piv.-i'lit.i ,      ,     I    '   r      i     ...i^nn.i.ii  ,,,    ,. V    ,        '      .  .   ' ,   ,.   forelock.   Look out for ���������'Dad "  Lillf!        I      it    lv*- I.U I 'l   Il-Hl III 111**. m^mm-      ~"  meii r.hniil, d :h" t .-������������������{-I.������ ������-f Wc-i I Thi* Ih lho timo for wa'erproof  (.'iiiih 1-". tin) tm '7,'u. ui\\\ t't'.it|������- )>ocket(������; ll*3 tvr.n r pitcher man it-  ���������.������������������uciiiu ". [atoiittdi-   0������ you UcrR������r I  Thomson's Boarding House Ad.  will  Appear in a  Portion of this  Space  N B X T     W EEK  r--*   "������*���������**-������������������- ������������������������*   ri-.u������kB.������ Mt.h,    ���������.(     ���������������.>'">'"������������������*, ������������ >t "I **���������*���������*������������  \*  < I

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