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 **JEin-A1������*-r(^tf-.-������ v. -Vi**)���������.  '������  * ���������-. **������,..������.������*������>*y������--W������ )*J  \  V"y>  ^'  /  y������  i,.i *. *,  vv  }-���������  "Devoted B&pectally to the Interests of Cumbefland and Surrounding Ulstfsct.  Tiik News, Twenty First YkW,  ��������������������������� Cumberland; b. a- Wednesday, sept, b, :9I4  ���������Subscuii-tion Ji.oo a Yea������r  ���������J; 1  '2������������Sk32i&3@Z2������&sS&i^^  GERMAN SPIES  IT IS beginning to dawn oh  the British 'Government that  they have dealt too leniently  with .Germans who are living ih  England. The week is certain  that, we have dealt far too lenieh  tiy with German subjects living  in Victoria. Everv right-mind-  ed man sympathises with the appeal made by our fellow-citizen,  Mr. Henrv Behnson, at tlie cou-  ference, held in* the Executive  Chamber last week, when he assured the Members that, the,Eni  pire had no-more loyal subjects  ���������than inauy ofhis fellow country^  men, residing in bur midst.  Kveryone will endorse the stated  nient of the , Premier that' sucli*  people are as   much  entitled to.  .,     ������. * ���������'.  coiisideaatiou   aud protection   a^  thosc-of British birth} so long as  ihey act consistently with their  allegiance to the country of  their adoption.' T.his policy has  beeu adopted throughput the  Empire, but what about Ger  mans living in our niiclst who  have uot been naturalized, aud  who therefore ��������� still owe allegiance to llie Kaiser? What about  German subjects who are allow  ed to frequent the clubs of Vic-,  toria,,to hear the private coiive'r-  ..satiou of men well informed vas  to military aud naval move  inent and plans ? What about  Germans who are able;to read on  V>.���������.-���������  & Company, Limited,  a-  ���������a  'S  the (ilio?.]. 'book  of/ one ' of  7  our  * the command of tue  sea'  (Scientific  America*!)  Thus far, tho most important  losson taught by tho great Euro-*  ropeau war ib tho supremo importance of tho cominaiul of tho sea.  A low days ago; tho German  Hoot, moet formidable in nuiubors  and poi'oikI to nono in its lighting  qualities, was froo to steunuwhero  it would upon the- liigh seas, and  tho flag of its merchant marine  was flown on ovory ocean and in  every groat port of the world.  To-day tlio Gorman battlo fleet  is shut up in tlio Baltic, its cruis**  ore ha'i'ioil hy tlio more powerfully armed ships bf tho allios to  establish tho supremo command  of,_tbe sea, for want of coal, and  tlio ships of its truly magnificent  merchant mariiio aro oillior sheltering in neutral ports*', or are boing led as captive** to the home  ports of tho enemy. ..  Furthermore, so swift have  been tins navies of tiio allies to establish the supremo command of  the sea, that already,-within t\yo  -weeks of the declaration of wa1*,  Great I'vitain has . been aide to'  notify her merchant fleet that lho  customary routes of travel have  heen cleared of the enemy; and  sho holds thoNorth Soa po completely in hand that already she  has landed over ,'.100,000' troops  upon the Gorman right flank in  Delgium. ., ������ ' '.-'  s)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������9i  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  )l   - THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  ,8  Men's Sweaters, honeycomb knit  ' . ���������   keavy quality.  Men's Heavy Raincoats, all. sizes  Better Value Thau Ever.  j**  ' ��������������������������������������������� ���������*   i ���������  . . MINER'S  GOODS . .  Men's Pit Boots without nails  Men's J^it Boots, nailed  Men's Aquapelle or "Tin Pants"  ������2.75 and, $3.00  $3.75 and 84.50  #3.25  most ptominent ciiibs that-H.M..  ���������i gs������������2Se^,������^  Ladies' Patriotic  The Patriotic Society held  its first meeting in the Oddfellows Hall, on Wednesday afternoon when the following  officer*were elected:���������,  President, Mrs. Hood; Vice  President** Mrs. Baldwin Mrs.  Elliott, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs.  , Watt;, Secretary, Mrs, Clinton; Treasurer, Mrs. MacNau-  ghton.  Committee���������Mrs. D, R, c  Donald, (convener) Mrs. E.  Bickle, rs. T. Bicklc, Mrs.  Bryan, Mrs.Dallos, Mrs.Frame  Mrs.- Furbow, Mrs. Jeffrey,Mrs  Macfarlane, Mrs. Maudie, Mrs.  McKinnon, Mrs, Parkcs, Mrs,  Parnhnm,. Mrs Peacey, Mrs  Pickarcl;. Mrs Sutherland, Mrs  Thomson.  It wasidccidcd to form a  Centre in the OddfellowsIIall,  an Tuesday afternoons from 2  to 5 o'clock for the distribution  of materials for making garments, for our soldiers and  sailors,  All willing to work please  call and fetch what they need.  Any of the officers will be  pleased to give, further information if required. ,  Contributions of money or  materials gladly received.  Timo made in tho con-osl; dry  tost, Cumberland, 40 1-2 seconds,  Alliorui ������I2 1-2 fioconds; wot tout,  CumhoiUnd 39 seconds, Alberni  42 1*2 ui'OomU} breakin, hose lino,  Cumberland I minuto and 5 tec-  unds, Allmrni 1 minuto 14 1-2  fucuud*),  Would The Monroe  Doctrine Help Canada ?  '"SOME FEW iu Canada  have asked the question in what  relation would Canada stand to  the United States provided Ger-  many won in this conflict and  our territory were invaded by  their conquering legions ?  llrilish subjects wherever they  are have the, culm assurance  that victory is going to rest with  their anus, Ihat is the 'reason  so few have asked how the Mon.,  roe Doctrine would work out iu  the event of an invasion of  Canada.  President Monroe of the United States some ninety years ago  made the pronouncement to the  world "that the American coutin  en ts were uo longer to be consid  ered as fields for colonization by  European powers, aud thnt any  atlctupt to extend their systems  of government in this hemisphere would be considered ns  dangerous to our peace nud  safety. ���������'  The United States has persistently adhered to this doctrine  ever since, Speaking editorially of the matter the Seattle Post-  Intelligencer says:  "Whether it would be interpreted to npply to an attempted  conquest of Canada by a power  now at war with Great Uritnin  probably would depend upon the  temper ol, the American people.  AUn it would rlt-nciul unmi who  ther Canada made appeal to Uncle Sam."  It would seem that neither of  these things should enter into  the balance iu helping thi', tlnit���������  cd Stales make a decision if  they would be line to their declared policy. Canadians, how-  evcv.would'hardlyscnii lc ittkiut-*  lltcii asoi.-iamx it iheir national  To our minds tlio most convincing, proof of ilio   cataclysmic na-  S. Newcastle was.-iu  KsquiniaTr ^m* of-tlie._ present, upheaval..,m  Europe'is to bo found in the fact,  that the opening oE.ilio war found  both the .German navy and its  vast merchant marine totally unprepared for the: emergency. . If  it does not prove thar, at least it  proves that Germany had not the  slightest expectation that the  British navy would bo brought  into the conllict. Had there  been the slightest snspician at  Berlin, that the violation of the  neutrality of Height m would have  brought the whole British Empire tO'tho relief of that littlo  kingdom, it is certain . some pro*,  vision would have boon mndo for  the recall of German cruisers on  distant stations, und for the withdrawal of the richer prizes, of the  Germ an merchant marine te the  home ports of the empire.  Por many a long decade to  come and, indeed, until the secret  mid inner history of the war shall  have been disclosed, it will bo a  profound inyttory that- (ier-  inimy should have so ruthlessly  sacrificed tho farl'lnug licet of  her merchant murine, J-'or a-  niong tho many great things Germany has duio iu the hut forty  yours, there is nothing liner than  the zeal, ability uud hiillimit sne-  HaibouCalihough the newspap  -ers had been forbidden"' to publish lhe fact? The view of The  Week is that at the freseut time  no German should ,be trusted  unless he is a naturalized  British 'subject, aud that ��������� any  self-respecting German would  be certain to gather information  which could be Used to the disadvantage of this country. The  Week can assure the authorities  that unless some action is taken  tu this matter, public opinion  will shortly make itself felc iu  an unmistakable manner.���������Victoria "Week.  CORRESPONDENCE  Editor News. ,.  Sir:���������Through your last week's  issno we hnvo a second-hand disclaimer, somewhat hto, stating  that F. Good did not uso tho disgusting language towards tho  Quocn that has for Bomo time beon  connected with his namo, This  matter should bo cleared up; either  lot Ium ho proved innocent or guilty, or suitably punished, if truo,  It is up to tho Pollco Dopartmont now. Coarse, filthy language Is again common on our stroots  ot-.pcoiully amongst a certain class  in front of tho saloons. Why aro  thoso ul lowed to block tho pavo-  mont in defiance of tho law, Mr,  Pollco Commissioners ?  Doconcy  ��������� f ���������  Kditob Nkwb  Sir:���������I was jjlad to *oo our City  Policeman's notice to drivers of nu������  tos In your last number, uuIohr  thoy urn slopped iwUlnp round thn  cm-nova o! kI.too.I*** nn 'holr wronp  side without blowing thoir horn  and entering \hc town ofttn at  forty miles un hour, \yo shall havo  fomcoila !:i!!cl. Uor.. AV.orr.oy-  (Jonoriil's Amended Act gives nil  the power noodful to pull thorn up  with u round turn. I trust the Prov  incial Pqlico will also keep un oyo  upon them outetdo the city. As a  rule, thoflo breaking tho law, nro  outMderp.  ������������������Public Protection"  life wns.tu danger of being blot -  Cd out. 'A~~Rcvel.stoke Review.  . .SPECIALS . .  < ���������   ���������    *������������������'...  .Men's Low Shops, values to $6 00 -,*���������  This week only, $3.7 5  Ladies'.Raincoats. 3 only, sizes 36 to 38,'$15 Val.  '~~s  MACFARLANE BROS.,   LIMITED  CUMBERLAND  THE CORNER STORE  t Phone ,10  P. O. Box 100  8  iv  ������  W.  (:)  W  cess with which she  has  built up and well-cqiiippod   merchant iiui-  lier merchant fleet and strungniit  her world engirdling lines of foreign commerce. Hence the won-  der of it all, that wither than sac.  rifice ft prearranged strategical  line of attack upon the enemy,  Ciermuny should have submi'ted  to the absolute wiping out. of the  wonderful system of ships ami  commerce which she has so patiently built up throng.li the past  fiil'ty years of her existence.  For tho United States, this  tragedy (for it i������ nothing less)  curries an obvious lesson, There  is every probability that the eon-  elusion of this war will liml us  iu the possession of a   umiii'i'oiis  rine; and if we uie wise to p,iy  lu'eil ,to warning which is so plain-,  ly written tlmt -'lie who runs mny  read,'' we shall see lo it tlmt oer  iiuviil st'eiigth is increased in sik-.1i  prop'i'lious, that such a disaster  us has swept awny the, t lent h\or-  miin merchant murine may never  overt uiui our own,  Our . hose reel team left for  Alberni on Tuesday by auto, to  tako purr, in the fireiuons carnival, v A liuiiihw of our local  spurts accompanied tliem. We  wi.-,li the boys suivi'HS,  The Allies will get there.  1  "MUS b������:inrr the lime, fcr yvhuNsin^  n������.:w full clothing styles���������rho mnn  who h.is worn  CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING'  will    iust    uaiur.'illv   t',o    "licit;    u.������   tin:  t* *        *��������� ���������**  Campbell's Clothing Shop on  I Hmsp-uir  Ave., will sec and .buy bis n������*u fall  "i.i;..  Ifyou are looking for dothin**' thnt :s  most satisfactory in looks and .swvi(je;\<u.'  too will wear Campbell's this winter.  +  *m  JL  -\t  ���������������  CAMPBELLS  ^*PP*tr    anWMMWn������Maw������HWMMa������������MM������������MM������������aHWHMIIH  1     HrH-H'**{'-^M'4-t--I*'M**HaMl'HH^  \.~. ���������,���������_.. ^.M^-i.'H-.-.������������������.���������*���������"  f ���������������iW*W������"������*i*ai; Mi* h| (���������)<*  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  riMMAMMutBa^MMr**  A Debt  Discharged  By Edgar  Wallace  Ward,  Lock    &  Go.,    Limited  London, Melbourne snd Toronto  w ^  -    (Continued),  It was Comstock Hell!  "What is tho matter?" asked tho  Governor, 'quickly.  "That man���������tliat tall man. who is  ho?"   -  "That," said tl*c governor, "that ts,  Willetts, lac forger."  CHAPTER XVIII.  The Writing on the Bill  H-jkler ivanl back to London, his:  head In a whul He had otien sv.s-;  peeled Comstock' Bell's secret, now.  he had no difficulty in tilling in gaps.  Comstock Dell aud Willetts were  one and the same. .Willetts was. probably dead, ai.d to avoid scandal Bell  had assumed his name, and* lived a  double liffr. air] had voluntarily surrendered himself to punishment under his assumed name.  It explained many things that previously had been inexplicable. Comstock Bell had used his' influence to  eocure the absei.ee from England of  both Gold and himself during the  trial. That was apparent now.  A sudden thought madehim frown.  Comstock* Bell knew, enough to pull  the strings in America, he knew the  full measure of Helder's gilt. If it  meant anvtJring, it meant that the  davs of the international forgers were  numbered. Willetts had been sentenced to twelve months' imprison-"  mont, under the system which existed  he would only serve nine,, months of  that sentence, and would then be released. And ^Comstock Bell released  was the greatest danger, confronting  the forgers.  A wire brought Tiger Brown to  "Curzon street, and in as few words as  possible Helder explained the situation.  "Now we know why Comstock Bell  married," he said, "the mystery������of  the bandaged hand is a mystery no  longer. Comstock Bell suldenly stopped writing letters* and took to the  typewriter,    so that an agent    could  put his knowledge to vise to his dis- ���������  comfort.  There, remained Gold.   Heldrr made  a mistake about   Gold'.     Familiarity  with  the little man had    bred    contempt for his ability.    lid'underestimated him    This was not to be won-  dered at, because Gold had not shown j  jthe superlative Qualities of' the .ideal j  i detective.   Twice Holder had come in-  | to conflict  with  aim, and  twice the  I detective had been easily worsted.  J    He was in no sense   apprehensive  two days later when he received a polite note from the Embassy detective  asking him to call at tlie Savoy. Gold  had returned to London, so tho, note  said,  and  when  Holder  reached  the  self-contained ilttle suite, Gelde's baggage was still m the hall with Paris  labels fresh upon it.  The detective looked up as the  other entered.  "Sit down, will you, Helder?" he  said.  Ue himself rose, went to. the door,  closed it and remained standing  throughout the Interview.  He seemed at a loss for an opening.  Ever a  sign  of    weakness,    thought  NO  ALUM  imra  READ  ���������  THI  LABEL  BAKINGPOWOER  on that point than I."  There was no mistaking his meaning. , ���������   ������������������  --Mrs. Granger Collak' took a go<d  case from her bag, opened It and lit  tlie cigarette she extracted. She lay-  back in her chair, watching the other  with half closed, smiling eyes.  (To be Continued)  . Three Birthdays a Year  There is apparently plenty of fun  for the child in Sweden in the matter  of birthdays, but the parent can hardly bo' expacte-* to feel the sumo, for  the children the.vi do not confine themselves to oue birthday, but thoy mast  have three, Of co.irse the first one ii  the real biitnday, and the other twu  are those wl-ose names the Swedish  Helder, watching with amusement the j boy o*- girl bears-    For every day In'  embarrassment of the other.  . I've asked you to call," Gold began  slowly, "and I'm going to he frank  with you."  "When a man says he's goii.g to be  frank," said his guest calmly, "it means  he is going to be offensive."  Gold nodded. . c.  "I am going to he'offensive," he  said; "but you've got to hear me  through."  He walked up and down the little  apartment, speaking jerkily.  "For twelve months," he said, "I  have been on the track of forgers who  have, been circulating spurious currency."  "That much I-have gathered," said  the other, drily; "you have also done  me the honor to suggest that I am not  without some guilty knowledge in re-'  spect of those forgers."  UI have done more than suggest,"  said Gold, coldly; "I have accused."  He looked at the smiling man lying  back' on the lounge chair. "I know,"  he said, "that you are in this; I know,  too, that in your recent exploit in the  realms-of high finance," he smiled  crookedly, 'you have had the assist-,  ance' of Tom Maple."  Gold was going too"near the truth  for Helder's comfort. Nevertheless, he  made a fine.show of indifference.   ���������  "You amuse me," he said.  "Maple," continued Gold, "forged  the French money. I have proof of  this- I Have brought you here,"Held-  ! cr, to tell you either you go right out  I ihe yeAr of ihe Swedish calendar has  General Daumesnil's Leg  General DaumesLil's wooden and  iron leg. is in the Par.is military inus-  eJin. The wa.*i ior is question lost one  of his *egs at the-battle of Wagram,  and when he returned to Paris it was  replaced by a mechanical 'contrivance  01 timber with iron springs. Although  crippled,' the old soldier remained, in  active service and aws in command of \  tie Vincenues fort in 1814 when tho  allies were in. Paris. It was to, the  troops of the anti-Napoleon coalition  that General. Dauir.esnil said when  called upon to give up his fort, "Let  me have mv leg and then you can take  Vincennes." The old general died in  1S32, deprived of his mechanical limb.  It had been taken off while he was 111  in order to be repaired by a smith  named Brou, -iving in Vincennes* Brou  kept the article and handed it down  to his family, from whom It subsequently passed Into the ownership of  the municipality of Vincennes. The  councillors of the artillery borough  handed It ove.* to tho war department,  and it is among tho most honored relics of French armies of the past.  its own sepaiate name, besides ihe  weekly name: which other nations  have. Sometimes if the parent gives  tht child a second name or a first one  that cannot be found in the calendar,  the child loses out on one birthday.  And considerable protest must follow,  too, when the child becomes old  enough to realize what he is missing.  In the German caler.dar every day has  a name ulso; but the* observance, of  these days is not at all common in the  latter country.  English   Harvest  Feasta  The feasts that now take place at  the close of the harvest season in England are small aLairr compared with  the old fashioned harvest suppers heid  formerly. In some of the northern  counties the farmers would give  churns of cream, and U was served but  in cups of the laborers. Nowadays a  glas������ of.jje 5T__cidei_ js the substitute  for "the oldlime feast." In" some" parts  of the north of Ireland the ancient custom still lingers as "the churn suppei'/'-  A "very ok*, custom Is the "bainng^oF a  large cake by the farmer's wife. Thi������,  is cut up and served out to every one,  including children, accompanying the  "horkey cart." into the farmyard. The  "horkey cart" was the cart on which  the last load cf the season,was drawn,  to the  farm.���������London Answers. ���������-  Shoes and Nerves  Travellers say that the reason why  nervous peopk don't exist in China is  because it is there the custom tc wear  soft shoes. There is no doubt that  hard soled, creaking footgear is responsible for mjch nervous wear and  tear as well as much physical fatigue  in western lands. Tired feet and tired  nerves will find solace in a warm fGOt  bath, with a ha'idftil of sea salt in it  Move the feet about or keep-them  still as best Flenses you as long as  the' water is -pleasantly warm; then  dry them with a rough ��������� towel and  put on a fresh pair of stockings.���������  fpundee AdvetJser".  ���������  "Knack"  "Knack" is not needed to make  good   coffee   every  time.     Follow  the  directions in each  sealed tin of Red Rose Coffee;  and in six minutes the small  crushed grains give you the  full. strength and brisk flavor  of this choice coffee. There is  no dust, so Red Rose Coffee requires no1 "settling."'  No chaff, so no bitter taste. You "will surely like  M  Red Rose Coffee  [6*-  _  COFFEE  carry-on   Ms   correspondence  during J of* th,g ^Bluett* and ������uIc������ or'bthere's [  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  his absence.   He had to find an agent  going to be the biggest Anglo-Ameri.  i can" scandal that this little village 'has  seizins? the opportunity to take away  with her a sheet or. two of the hotel  you,'  who could be trustee1; he married Ver-:  '  ���������   ity, Maple with that,object, and it is'; ever itnown  Verity  Maple   who  has  been  writii.g |    Helder laughed  thq  letters   from   various    parts    of I     ,.T  would  ^e'{Q  h  Europe, making flying Journeys to this I    id pleasantly. -If { possessed suffic-   Place=and=thaUpo������siWy^pending-on ^cnt-Siatroiik-ablHtv^I-^ould-fall-on-  a fow hours in an hotel, lunching and , ^ knees before you'and confess my  I guilt,  and' place  myself  over  in the  ���������, -   ., hands   of   the   prosecution'.    I   would  stationery.  .   ������,.,���������-'llke to l(io this,"'he, drawled, "I feel  "It seems p- ty woolly to me    sale : h t j b    consistent. with ,the  Tiirer Rrown.    He was not a man of  *j local application*, u they* cannot reach tlio db.  aas������d porticn ot the ear.    Tbcre 1������ only one way to  cure dc*f������������u. and Uiat (��������� by constitutional remedle*.  Deatneai la caused by an Inflamed condition .ot the  mucous lining ai the Eustachian. Tube.   When ihli  {'tube l> Inflame 1 yuu have a rumbling sound or lm-  ' ] perfect hearlni and vhen lt la entirely closed. Deaf-  he.J Ben i3 tho result, and unless Uie Inflammation can be  ' taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition. hearlQj f.lll bo''destroyed  forever;  nine cases  out'*oi.-tcn"are~cauwd-by-,CaUfrte-wbrch'li-noUilng-  but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.  We wlll give One Hundred Dollprn lor any ease oi  S>eatneas (caused by cat&rrh)  that cannot be cured  7 Hall's Catarrh Cure.   Send for circulars, tree.  F. 1. CHENEY * CO..' Toledt*. A  Bold by Drui^lsU, 7Bo.  Take Hall's Family PlUi.'tor porutlpatlu.  y���������   Subdued the Peer  In her reminiscences Lady .Dorothy  Nevill, said that in her younger days  parents were very particular about the  matrimonial alliances . made .in^thclr  families, and, she told an amusing  story of one old peer, who was greatly  surprised to he told by his sister that  she* Jiiad developed a great'affection for  a well known scientist" of humble  DTrtnT^^32SSS22EiT. "*T3H:--:*-'  , The peer sent foi' ��������� him and said  brusquely, "Now, sir, 1 should Me, to  know something about your family  "I think it will be sufficient," replied  the scientist, who was of Semitic extraction,, "to-saJy that I.descended from  the illustrious'blood of Abraham, Isaac  and Jacob."  The -peer was taken aback. "Oh,"  he .said, "of course, my .family has  nothing to compare with that. Therefore, if ��������� my sister really .likes you  you'd better take her."  And the scientist did.  A Dream Superstition  I heard what was to me at least a  new piece of superstition the other  day,' and when I think of the risks  I've run all these years because I did  not know of it my blood runs cold. I  met a woman from Virginia in market, and the talk falling on dreams I  recalled a most blood curdling nightmare I had  had  the. night before.  "I must tell  you  what  I dreamed  last night," I said.  ' "Let me  ask, first whether it's    a"  pleasant  cr   an   unpleasant'} dream?"  said the lady f**om Virginia.  "Decidedly unpleasant.", ���������  "Then for mercy's sake don't tell  it!"   said   she.    "Never    tell  a  bad  -l4ceam on Saturday, for we say in Vir-  ginTaT**- .    '  Friday night's dream on Saturday told  Is'sure to come true, no matter how  old. .���������Washington Post,  Mr. Staylate���������The other night I  heitrfl a story that gave me such a  start. "*^S?^EESK3sauW <"'"-*- * '������������������  Miss Muchbored���������I wish I knew it.���������  Woman's Home Companion.      - .  jf**    The Benighted Parent ._���������;.  "* Little Girl���������Why did your*mamma{  spank yjauj^.���������"f-^s-^f  '���������>  Boston    Child���������Because she is ioo  untutored and ignorant to devise    a  more modern reformatory method of  punishment.���������Life.  Painters' Tragedies'"' ''  --':ffi  The painter Boecklln's wife woulcfl'  never allow her husband to-bring a-  model  to  his  studio. ��������� "That is  the  tragedy of  my  life,"  said  Boecklin.  "To create without a model is almost  impossible, while to employ onejv)*ouldl;  at once mean to break with my wife."*  The episode is recalled by Dr  Angelo**  S. Rappoport in. "Famous Artists and"  Their Models^  Xnbtiier" J"story is of   Lucretla   deli,  Fede. the cold, unsympathetic, exacting woman whe was adored, married1,  and immortalized by Andrea del Sax--  to.   She outlived her husband by many-  years, dying at tho age of eight-seven  in 1570.   Long after Del Sarto s death  Jacopodi Empoll was one dav engaged in coj^ving/'The IJijrtJ* oi'the Virgin" in~the"Churc;* of thiTA~rti?r*ic&'"*'  tion'. Florence, when ������-.n old *oman o,i ���������  her way to church    topped to watcb  his work, and, point'ng to the*central  figure in the painting, said, "That.is'  my  portrait."  At  eighty-six  she was  proud to,proclaim herself the widow  of- the immortal artist to;. whom ehe--  had given so littlr peace when he was,  alivo< ,.-f"3������.";;*,>*?>fet*: ������������������������.*��������� ,...������...������^-_ ~,,^t ���������ri'i  ���������Si**  ur*-'  'K  ' Peevish, - pale, --estless and sickly  children ewe their condition to worms.  JM other_ Grr.ves" 'Worm.   Exterminator  win"'relieve them and" restore health.  any great imagination. "Why should  Bell volunteer for jail? That is the  sort of foolishness that gets nie."  Helder did not reply immediately.  He understood better than Ills confederate tho terrible tyranny of a conscience.* He knew the fear that pursues and never relinquishes, tho  haunting dread of detection which  drives sensitive men mad and weak  men to drink,'  And thon there was Comstock Bell's  mother. , Helder knew something of  tho invalid woman in New England,  proud of her son, and inordinary  proud of the honor of her house She  was the determining factor, lie was  cortnln.  "It does not'seem foolish to mo," he  pnld slowly. "We,''.ivo got to make  capital out of this, Tiger; we've got  twr powerful weapons in our hnncK"  "They are?" (juosfloned the other.  "Wc know Boll's secret; we hold  Tom Maplo, Wo have a ' lo-igue  ngnirifit luiflunct and wlfo, and It's up  tn un In use our fortune lo tho best  nd'-nntago."  He had Indeed two powerful lovers,  Whilst. Ciiastock Hell was In prison  hn had, moreover, a certain amount of  liberty. He could .*iovetfrc*oly with' ut  any  frnr  tlui'   Cninstock   Bell   would  RIFYTO  i TvfAvu \m  *-     \ with  CUTICURA  And Cuticura Ointment. Their  use tends to prevent pore clogging, pimples, bhekhcads, redness, roughness nnd other un-  wholosome conditions of tlu: skin.  rmlniraPnap uni Ointment trr unlMlirnwhnni  t1ifi\t*..'nJ, A lil.,r������l tutwi-ir i.t im-U, viid :;'-[.upo  iMiMclrmllirfirn dnt irciir/.fnt of t!i������ mn nml  iralp.miil i������������������-Ihc Vlilrritrmu-f J'rjuA,* l.wau  Corp., J ���������������������������1*1. Wi, lluttuii.lJ. fl. A  spirit   of  mejodrama  in  which  your  investigations'are being made.".,  ��������� He   rose   and   took   his  hat    and'  gloves.  "Unfortunately," he went on, "I cannot oblige you. You have made tho  most' outrageous charge against me,"  he waved his hand wiih a line shew  of indifference; "I can afford to igno .e  that. I realized that you're a little  baffled, naturally," ho said in a  mingled tone of sympathy hnd patron-  age. "Your work is to find out tl.e  criminal ancl, failing that, you have  got. to put up some sort of bluff, to  tell somo probf-ble story, I know I'm  not persona gratia iwth your'boss, and j much  1 suppose he will easily swallow the' '  slory that, so far from being a falr'y  Innocent broker, I am tlio bold, bad  leader of,,an international gang of  forgers." Me laughed again. ".A very  line story," senld; "you ought to  have written bookc, Gold, you know as  well as I that Comstock Bell is the  vlllian of i.he piece."  There had como a soft knock on the  door, Neither man noticed it, Gold  was too Intent upon watching tho  other, The*, detective was nol angry,  not oven annoyed He was keenly enjoying the study of this mnn whom no  had no doubt wnt a criminal and who  could, In face of t;uch deadly peril, aw-  Humo so nnncliplii/ii nn attitude  "Conisliek Boll" Holder went on,  "is t.he forger  iih you know,'  "I would as soon say Dint Cornelius  Holder wns an outrageous Unr," said  a pleasant voico behind lilm.  The mi'*, 'lunicil, A woiuiin sto,j(i  in the doorway tall and graceful, perfectly gow.iod, Her presence brought  a faint aroma ]nlu Die smoking-room,  the HCiii'pi'ly .dolli.ablo fraganco of rare  old  llOWf'I'H.  Holder's fiiee wort dusky rod, hut  hu did not drop ii|H insolent gnzo  before tii' liiu.ililiin grey eyuH of Uio  wfuiinri in Dm doorway.  "May I sit down?" Hho linked lang*  guldly,  (lold hrniiglii forward a chair and  c'liiKcd tlio door behind hor,  "I um sum*,' tint Raid. "I have Interrupted a clmrapter sketch at Its  moHt liiterf'stlng Htagn,"  Hho took frnm her gold hag a lll'le  green hot Do nf Mailing saltH and anlf.  fed il languidly.  Tliero w.is an ugly amllo on Holder's  face,  "I run quite understand your point,  of view,  Mi'H,  Granger    Collak,"    lio i  * Eyer, of ihe Starfish.'  At the-end of each arm in the. com--  mon starfish ther-1 is a little red eye.  It is sheltered-at the base of the tan*ii-  nal tube foot, which has become altogether sensory, The eye or eye cushion  shows little, cups, each closed by a  lens, lineo by red, rodlike, sensory  cells, clothed externally by supporting  colls and containing a transparent  watery subs-anae. Hellmuth Plessuer  made ,a number of experiments at  Heliogland in order to' discover how  much a starfish sees with these "eyes"  or eye spots The -mswer Is, not very  It dees not form an lmnga nor  'does it perceive u moving object.'But'  it has cor.Mdernble sensitiveness in  distinguishing different degrees of  light and shade. Even the skin of the  starfish Is responsive to differences of  illumination In the Immediate, vicin'y,  but by means of lu "eyes" the starfish  becomes awarj of distant Illumination  that differs, either positively or negatively, from 'hat of the immodlntcly  surrounding area. -Now York' World.  Bank of England Salaries  To enter tho sorvlce of the Bank of  England a oandl.-ate must bo nominated by a Jiro:tor, be of good moral  character, pass a qualifying (not com-  petlilvo) examination and be between  eighteen and twonty-two yours eld  The first year KIb salary ifi SHOO, and  then it rises nt tho rato of $60 a year.  t At the ond of the. fifth year ho pro-  |cpodn to the fourth cIuhh or olso loaves  lho service of tlio bunk, Acconliiig  tofiguroH furnished by one of the  hank'i*. ofl'lelnls, the averngo pay al tlio  end nl' 'en yenrs '.t Si.000. At-fifteen  years It Ih $Uno, twenty yours $l���������r>*llj,  thirty yoiii'H $1 !M5; after that the sen-  lor clerks paws to $l*,lfiO, Tliou'flhifT1  and special powts, mi in b orl n-.* r nbout  100, nre won by merltorloiifl' Rt.'r'vleo,  The lilgl-oHt- salary Is pnld tlio, chief  cashier nnd Is $15,000. Tho clilo'f accountant draws $12,HOO, and tlioro nro  HPvoral nppi'lritiiioiifs ranging frnm $7,-  G00 to $11,500. A'gonts* of brunches ro.  oelvp up to Ji 2,000 There Ih a non-  fllon fiVRinm to wliloh tho plork does  not contributes, but for which , ho Is  qualified after, ton yonre' HPrvlce.���������  Moody's Magnzlno.  , Historic . London Street  'Friday street is cne of the-most interesting and ancient of the thoroughfares in London "A s long ago as 1305  a reference, to it appears in the city  records, and even then it was probably old. .Close by it stood the Nag's  Head tavern, which is. famous in history as the."pretended" scene of the  consecration of Matthew Parker, archbishop ftf .Canxerl-ury, in the reign of  Queen Elizabeth"  The name of Friday .street -,1s' derived from the fact that .in .medieval  times many fishmongers' resided there,  and held.their Friday market, in..the  vicinity. .By r. s.trange. contrariety; ol  nomenclaturtj'the Wednesday'ciuu"h*et  af a hostelry in, the street,.and;there;  in 1695, undor the direction of .^Vill;  iam Patorson discussed at great length  the-proposals which eventuated in the  establishment of the Bank of, Jfflngv  land,���������Pall Mall Gazette.  Canned Music in Scotia  Early in the last century an old Forfarshire lady installed In the bedroom  corridor of her castle an automatic  organ. -It was her delight of a morning to wake he' guests with its strains.  But it was not the delight of one of  them, Miss Sophia Johnstone of Hil-  ���������tonrto-be-so-a-wakene^T-and-she-said--  so.  "Ye dinna like ,the music? Ye  shouldna say tha:, Sophy," said the  hostess. "Ye'll no'"win to heaven an'  ye dinna take pleasure in music. It's  to be all music there, ye know.".  '"Deed," said the incorrigible ,one,  "an' if heaven'i a place wi' auld wives  playin' on hand organs at 6 o'clock in  the mornin' it's.' no the place I tak' it  for, nor yet the place 1 want to be in."  ���������New Witness.---��������� ���������--        -.-.y,;, ���������  ���������    Very  Sad '&  First S&lesrra.i���������A woman was*   ar=  rested downstair" this morning.    ���������  Second Salesman���������What for?  . First Salesman-���������-She was caught in  the act of concealing, a hand mirror. .  Second   Salesman���������Poor,   'woman''  That's what becomes of taking a glass;  tco much.���������Chicago News. , ><fiS _  Corns and warts disappear    wli'?rt  treated with Hoiloway's    Corn  without leaving a scar.  Cure   .  } ***r\  ���������5*:i  Dirigible Balloons  Tlio dirigible balloon Is by no rnoiuiB  a modern Invontluii. Ah a mnttor of  fact, iih long ago as 178*1 Goneral  suld, "r might niggi'Ht tlmt it Ih uot I MoiiHtiinr proponed the conntructon of  oiiHtomiii'v In Kooel society to glvo n'HN oloiij-ntod balloon which might (���������,(*  iii,uii the lie to IiIh faces, though," jm' |*ro|Mjiit-ii mruuMi lho air, ''Ape-n-  mnilftl uK'tln. "H in ftiiah a bint; Lltsui ir.ontf wero made with It hy two  hIiicl' you wcri'-Hliali I any In tho bvnthorfi nnmod Robert, who mndo  Hwltn���������?" iBOvoral auooiitH and attained a speed  (lold Rttirtod thnn, having littles fe;nr,������f "'ivo rnllm an hour, though tho  I r.i Unit Mrn. (iinnger Cal ak could | mothod ()f propulsion wuh only uorlal  held her own ng.iiiiHt Hie m'in.   Ho do-;���������"'���������irs worked !>y hand.   Nothing further  Ulril   lo   |,i,   |.|i|    ,)|.;||   Willi   i.Ull   UM   HIK*  tlionnht hesHt,    Her advent Wiih uuon*  pppti'il   he had had a vnj*un Idea that  hIic wiih fn France',   He wondered what  hiiHlnoHs had brought her to lil  "Yen," suld the* woman HWnctly, "It  (llttarft built dirigibles which, hy  inenns of n light steam engine, ho ,*ro-'  pollod at nearly hpvpii hiIIoh nn hour,  and since then vnrloiiR oxporlnipntn  havo heon  made    which    ultimately  W  N. U* 1010  Ih unite a  long time* ilno.o I  was���������!ontluil in tho wonilerfu! triumph    of  In Dm siwfen,    Ymi wor-     "M pnrWHn?.'  55o,if.nlln.���������Ne-W York  Press.  on the edge In (Iiohp day mnlle-el,  "Imt    I win 'In the swim on ho  wi'll (.\pre'up It, leu������(,' onoum* '    'enow  Comhtook Bell, and 1 know 1>I'.. '**nR  e'lwuiph in know him foi a voiy ol     n.  Irr: i,������e*iiilf������rnnn, tho hoiiI of i. vn, a  giMioreniR man,"  "I ilo t*ot qiinBtJrn liift -sonermilty,"  ���������'pnld   Holder  Hlgi.iflonnily;    "perhapsI    Silver In o' 1p*h vnluo than  tyou arc in a beito*  position to Bnoiik  K"M l^-n* vlrlua--iloruco.  Flattering Epitaphs  Chnrle'B l.auib, when n liltlo hoy,  walking in a olnirohynrd with his  filntor ami r**adlng the epitaphs, onld  Ut lu-r, "Mary, whor* aro all tho  naughty peoples burled?"  Ko'.el,  Armies of Animals   >  Some Idea uf the vast numbers of;  animals that Africa used to support  can ho'gained from a passage. In. W.  Scully's reminiscences, it was Mr.  Scully's good 'ortuno In 1832 to'witness the last, groat trek, of springboks  from east to west of tlio Bushmnnlarid:  desert���������a -trek on a-scale-such as no  man will ever boo again. Fencing, tlio,  increase of population ah'd the'distribution of arms 1'iivo almost exterminated the onco niiunierablo host. Ho  says, "I have stood on nn onilnonco  Bomo twenty feet high, far out on the  plnnfi, and hood the absolutely lovel  surface ns fnr aa the' eye could roach  covered with "PHtlng springboks, whllo  from over tho eastern horizon the rising columns of <1uhI told of frosh hosts  advancing "'  A Curlouo Story  Tlio nm*..!! of Hanover, wife cf Klnj;  Ernest Augustus of Hanover (bettor  known uh tho Dulio of Cumborland,  Hon of Cloorgo III.), dlod at Ilanovor  about .18-12 of an Illness which bnffle.d  the skill ol lur ebolors iir to Us roal  cniiHn, During hi,r IIIwhb a clairvoyant, wiih ootiHUltod who wresto certain  curious Hlgr.B and wonlH on tho door  of lior h'sdrnom. but although thOHO  inytitlc words wore repeated over and  ovor again, the t]\iron (Hod. The king  of Hanover nftiT, hi*, wife's death gave  orders thM lu-r bedroom should nl*  ways bd kept as though the queen  would sloop ther',' nf. night. The bod  wiib turned down, (ho pillows ro-  shaken, hot wator brought and ll.e  diiliitloHl, sllppori) laid in -���������'���������/uHnona for  her-���������London Tailor.  The Suicide Symphony  Tho ldoa that niuslo may ho harm*  ���������ful���������that it can cioato a fever In the  blood dangeroMs to life nnel reason���������  wlll coma iih ft revelation to many,  Frlodrlch Nletw.lto, tlm woll known  G .iii.r;. hA.lr'rorihttr tlootirti,} tVit  there Is something in some music,  most notable in Wngnor and Taclinlk.  owHky, which acts unfavoralily on tho  brain and norven of many ponp.o.  Tflchnlkowsky'P baleful Influonco lilm-  Helf after compoHlrp lils famous "Sixth  Symphony," n.iel as several havo dli-d  by thoir own hnnds after playing it It  ImH como to bo known as the 'suicldo  *> mplioiiy."  Got HI a Lessons ', -.7\  Brown���������You' seam   more    satisflod  with your wife s ,jooklng than formerly .'.>*Hns-she learned with timo?     ;  Smith ��������� No.   I   have, ��������� Women's  Home Comparjon    ' .-...',,i...*.-.,        !  "���������:y������* '"' Sicilian Carts "  >;, Of-'allfthe- vehicles in tho world  'there is none l.o equal the Sicilian cart,  -'carved,'yollow,- paneled, with lurid  paintings .thai; run tho gamut of myth  And "iiistciry. ! On������'we saw had upojx  ita panek.Beones: that ropreserited'Coi-  ,\imbup,85tll:ng from Palos and discovering America!,' a bloody.'fight around  tho citadel .of. Acre'; the' hormitago of  S^nta Rosalia, and on Us. tailboard  a Vivid picture of. tho massnero of the  Vespers,, The carts are uever vory  largo', as carts go, but they aro so mar-  volously wrought ;hat they ought sure,  ly to come undor the provisions of tho  law-that forbids tho exportation ' of  nny works of arts. Wheels, shafts,  axles, tho edges ot sides and posts and  tailboards aro all worked Into neat  geometrical designs, and on tho axle  Is a carving bllt up clear to the bottom of the cart, a mass of Intrlcato  scrolwork and glngorbroael, In the  mlddlo of which Bits tho patron flaint  of the fortunate owner,���������"Vistas In  Sicily."  Distinctive Ores In England  At Counts' bank tho clerical aaRlst-  ants miiBt ull wen1 frock corns, nnd no  one In tho employment of the bank Is  allowed to go about with his troiiBors  turned up. At Koarc'n hnnk Jt is tho  custom of all thoso employed to wo.ir  whlto tloi Mombors of the logal pro-  foHHloa obsorv-s iho otln.uot.te of tholr  calling by ahs'.nliiiiip from th" wonrliig  of light or fancy colored clothes and  n'ways wear silk hats.' Tlio boaellos  of somo ProBhyterlan cliurchoH In ling-  lnnd woar dioss sulta^lnBtoad of the  Anglican cnsviock. Somo browors'  workmen and. dn.ymon woar scarlet  knitted wool nltfhtcaps. In fact, nearly overy trndo nnd profession lias its  own conventions nnd unwritten I.iwb  concerning the* drcsp of Its mombcia.  ���������LoiieJon Glob a  Sleep and Laughter   J   People who sleep well quickly recov^  er from an" ailment, and~for "this rea^  son, years ago, sleep was pro'nounced-  as one of nature's cures for all dis--  eases. Experiments.go to prove that,  a person who accustoms himself or  herself to a full and regular sleep is  not so liable to an attack of disease as  the person who forgoes . his proper  rest Moreoyor, when attacked by any  ailment,'a good sloeper recovers tbo  quicker.  ''Laugh nnd live" is a time honoredl  saying, and a famous doctor once .recommended one of his patients to try to.  course of funny stories. The patient,,  who was suffering from a nervous;  breakdown through overwork, obeyed.1,  teh doctor's instructions, and the effect of hearty laughter soon brought-  him around. Tho menu recommended?  was one funny story at each meal with",  two extra for dinner.  Minard's Liniment' 'Co.,> Limited.,  Gents,���������I curad. a valuable hunting,  dog of mango with MINARD'S LINIMENT after several reterlnarios had'  treated him without doing t,im auyv  permanent good,  Yours, &c,  WILFRID GAGNH,   ���������*  Prop, of Grand Central Hotel, Drum*-  mohdville, Aug. 3, '04.  Uset of Failure  1 thnnk God that I wns not mndo a  dextrous manipulator, for the m-int  Important ������������f my discoveries have  been BiiKRostcil to me by failure.���������Sir  iluiuiiliruy Davy.  firtnH <*ntatttiit������-  "Why havo you not como to my  bridge party as you promised?" telephoned tho irate hostess. Toy are  breaking up my table."  "I am Blok," wiib tho roply.  "Tlmt'H an old excuse"  "Nenlly I'm f*lok. T hnvo n trained  nurflo."  "Woll, you should havo Bent a Bub*  fltltuto. AbIc Iho n*ir������o lf sho plays."���������  Kansas City Jourr.nl.  ,r  CfflcUl Bread.  This Ib tho way to make official  brend, given out by the chiof cook of  the department of agriculture:  "For .hroe nouud loavos���������make for- .  nient of ono ounce cake compressed  yeast, ona ounce gninulatod sugar, halt'  oiinco snlt and twenty ouncos water.  PInco In ovon temporaturo for an  hour. Weigh four and ono-half pounds,  flour and lot l*. warm. Mix Hour nnd  ferment togctlior Covor mixture .nad  warm for twonty nilnutcB. If dougli  Ih too stiff add hikotfarm wator. After  twonty mlnutos mc������o tnko up dough  withliands slluhtly grensed and fold  ovor and ovor fourteen timos Cover,  not aside for twonty minutes; thon  fold nine times, Aftor twonty mlnuleB  moro mold Into loaves and hako forty.  mlnutOB in a stoaely ovon 400 to 410  dogroos F, A cup of wator In tho ovon ���������  will mako a tondoror, crust."   -  Tho dlffconco between ono boy anS -j  another conHUtH not so much in taKiiit,-  ns Jn enorgy���������Thomas Arnold,'  1  In Place of tho Watchdog  They> i-n'tmiRi somehow to get ������xlo\ie  on shipboard without a wntchdog.,'but  tin;) eniVo t*rto UJ-; v������atchv������. ��������������� kiwtuvi-  vlllp joriTTinV  1  Hope  "Thoro Is no swootor Buffering than  hopo," Ko rniiH un old Gi-rinun proverb, melancholy text for hoartb that  hitter dluippolntuicn'. has cured and  to whom all hopo Is but memory.  Dack Handed  "Is he a man you can trust''"  "I Bhould try he waB.   You can ������1������  ways trust him for everything: he gesta  ll yuu waut to."-  Judge- NOTICIS is hereby given thut app'.i-  ������atieuwillbe made'-to tha Superintend-:  entof Provincial PoUee,  Victoria foro  .liceiuae to sell liquor  by wholesale upon  ��������� iho pwmJBeu situated ou Lot 6, Block 15,  Cumberland Towaaite, Cumberland, U. G  "     CiA.ll  MJJSSATTO,AppUean|i.(  Dated this Isc day of October 1913.  NOTICK is luroby givou thatou tho first  dayofDwin'wr nest application will,-be'  made to the Superintendunt of Provincial  Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail iu.tee  hotel known as the'L'irne hote*, situated at  Go'mux, JJ.C,        '.. Gkorqk M. Baruw  Dated October*, 1913.  - =^V3-W7miJiUt. Z!75UJJ...~..iU- *.- "7.  ���������www. ������M������wsnov������iitJW,s������frVflKite'>������i^������������'T1*a  fftyg  flfiW,  0*JtfBfefti-AOT..   JWMTK1I  COLraBllL  T5KW*SSTB������wyji������wi*ciwsocs������������c������������ww^  t'\  NOTICE ������ hereby given that on the  ���������first eiay of November 101.3, application  will be made <o the Superintendent ot  Provincial police, for a-'renewal of the  wlule^ale liqu n- license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nel-  nion District.  I'iLfUlNKK ilKKlVINU COMPANY.  S),ited .October jest, 1913  NO I'lCE is luteby given thut on the  firat day ofpooomW next np|ilicutouJ������ill  be wiule to ihn Supa intetuleut nf Provincial Police, Vict.uh, for a nuewal of tho  liutoi liceaae t<> sell liquors by. retail iu  tho hotel knowu tu the Union 'hotel, situate at Unim, B.C.   .Ioun N. McLkoh"  Uiiwd the Ist day i.f October, 1913  NuTlCE is lioruby '"-iv. u that on the  tint! day of 1> comber next, appltcatoa will  t������o ut-de to tka Superuitdadeat uf Proviacinl  ' Police, Victoria, for tho renewal of the (10-  ������el lioouxa to sell liquor a by retail iu''the  hotel kuown as the UvtMide hoLel, situvee  at Courtetuy, Bu C. O.H, Fw;mnku.  D ited Octo'owr 1, 1913.  ��������� NOTICE is uereby given that on the  first day of Deeeoibtr uext application will  lie mude to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, for the renewal of the  Uotel lieeiwe to stll liquors by lotailin the  bot.-l know . aa tbe tVilevsa hotel, situated  at Uuioo.Bay B.C.  AlFHCI) K.UM'.K HURN'E  Dated Oetobei 1, 1913.  NOTICE is hereby giceu ttutt ou the  first day of December nijct application will  be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Pultce, Victoria, fur the renewal of the  luiicl licenna tu eell liquors hy retail in the  hotel IciU'tvn aB the Nal������ou hotel, situ������'e.l  at b'uion Ray, B.C. Jokx PiusKicf  Dated Octoiier ls*."l9!3.  Kwry convenience for guests.  ���������Tlie Centtal Hotel for Sportsmen  None bul die Best of Wines and Liquors  *t ihe liar.  0 . i  ftATUS REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop-'  HON STEAMSHIP CO'Y  ���������of British Columbia, Ltd.���������  TUE S. S. COWIOIUN WILL SAIL AS UNDEft  N*l  ��������� Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. in  Tuesday 11 p, in*  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. m Tuesday, 12 o'clock, 1100x1  For Denman- Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday, 8 pin  For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.  Subject to change without notice.  ion  Motel  J.   NJ   McLEOD      FiiOFiarEX'or.  English 4 x BURTON always ou tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Auheuser, Bohemian, Schltz, &o. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCHo WHISKY, Beat Wines and Liquors of all kind*  The boarding and Lodging Department, under tho immediate Buperintendcnce  will be toui d Firatolasa iu every rcspeot, *  KATES,  ���������*���������!.. 00 per day and Up  CANCELLATION OF RE-  y    :'    SERVE.'  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  the reserve, the notice of, which appear,  ed in ihe 11. C. Gazette on the 27th day  of December, 1907, is cancelled m in far  as it relates to the following parcels of  land:���������the \V. 1 2.of the S. E. 1-4, the  S/W. 1-4 and the S.,i $ of the N. \V.  1-4\\ est of ihe river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4, theS. E. 1-4 of the S. W. 1-4  ���������md the N.'E. 1-4 111 Section 5; the .S.  t-3 of the S. E. 1 4 in Section 8; the S E.  t-4, the S. W. 1.4 ;md the E. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Section 16; nnd the E. 1-2  of the h. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Sayward District, and  the N.'E. 1 4 of th������* N. K. ,1-4 in Section 32; the N K 1-4 of the SWi ��������� and  the N W t-4 andN 1-2 of the N E 1*4 ih  Section 33j the N 1-2 of the N W 1-4  and the N.i>2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34; and the S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  \V 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  'Sayward District.  The said hinds will be open forentry by  pre-emption on Monday, the 18th day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; all applications  to be made at.the  office of the Government   Agent,  Vancouver.   No Pre-emption   Record shall  include more tnan 40 acres of land except incases where it is desirable lo include small fractional   portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which con  ncction may be obtained from plans   on  view at the above-mentioned Agency.  K. A. REN WICK  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Land's Department,   Victoria, IL   C-,  February nth 19.14.  IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  NANAIMO.  IN-,TIIE MATTER OF .Henry  Richardson Sillily deoeitped,  in  testate, lato of  Sfmndhy, Rupert  District, B. C.  AND-  IN THE MATTKlt of. the "Official Administrator-} Aft,1'  TAKF NOTICK that by order of Uis Honor Judge ILrUur.  mado on the lOth dayof J uni'  1914,-1 wits appointed. Administrator of tlio I\?tnto of th,j  ahove-mentioned deceased, urd nil  parries liHving elniins against tlu*  snid estate nre liortiliy required to  furnish same, properly verified, to  nie on or before the Loth dny of  July 1914. , AND nil pur-  ties indebted to suit! estate, are required to pay the Hiiiount of tlieir  indebtedness to 1110 forthwith.  Dated this 10th dny of June  19U.   '       ,  W, WKSUifWiu.Aun,  0  Official Adnnnistrat.ur,  Cumberland, R. C.  Q'*1*t****tait*\f**'  CH TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES^  And ull KITCHEN . .UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  8 MADE IN CANADA  turn.  Mi  r  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds^  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors N:\NAIMO, B. C.  CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE,  m Furo Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food*  E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD.  ���������    Toronto. Oat.  NOTICE IS. IIEKBBY GIVEN that the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in the British  Columbia Gazette. on the 27th  day oE December, 1907, is cancelled iu so far as it relates to  lands covered by Expired Timber License No, 42936 and  known as Lot No, 374, Sayward  District; and that the said lauds  will be opened for staking for  pre-emption as unsttrveyed lauds  in compliance with the provisions of the "Laud Act" at 9  o'clock in the forenoon ou Tuesday, August 11, 1914, For  further information npply to the  Govern incut Agent, Vancouver,  through whoso office all implications must bc made,  R. A. Rbnwxck,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands  Department,   Victoria,  H. C, June 10, 1914,  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  Trains will arrivo nt Cumberland from Union lh\y ut HMO on  Tuesday, Thursday and -Saturday  ���������evenings, and will leave for Union  Uny Wednesday and Friday at 7  in tho morning, nncl.. on Saturday  at 5.30 in tho evening. Thero is  no change in the ��������� S. S. Co vidian  died uie.  DISSOLUTION OP PAHTNRP-  SHIP.  NOTICE.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  roniuviug or taking any blocks,  ttmlwr'or wood, of any doscriptiodn  jolouging to the Wellington CoU  dory Co'y*, or from or off the land  of the snid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's  laud will he pro-w.utod to the full  extent of tlie law..  J. R. LOOKAIM),  Cieneral Manager,  Colliery Co,y,  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE Ib hereby given  that  one      month from date,  application will be made to tlio  Superintendent-of Provincial police for a license for the sale of  liquor by wholesale in  and upon  vnv  pi vmjii ww���������Sawivv* vw��������������� *i ��������� ��������� ��������� <~v������a\s���������i \s %w at-  of Courtenay, B. C, known and  described as Lots 30 and 31,, Sectional. . ,  Dated tJitu loth day ,of   April,  19li.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Lid.  Conrad Kt-iiel,  ���������    .' Applicant  CANCELLATION  OF RE-'  , SERVE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlint the reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under the sea  fronting on. Nelson and New-  casile Districts, notice of which  appeared ih the B. C, Gazette  ou the 6th day of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  R. A. Renwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,��������� Victoria,  B.C., 23rd June, 1914.  OVEU 8S "tEATrar  RtCNCE  Trads Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anrono M-ndlm? a stfltfh ana description uisy  -���������������������������---    *wi|OV>,   ������Btentnlil4-_ Cprrr.t   tloimitrleilyccr,9ae*itf������t. IIANDBOCK oniVtcutt  Vier ������o  quickly a-ccrui.i our opinion frta *....   ,tD������8Utlon is probably ������atenti*.til.3.Cprrr.unkft.  tioin8trl<Sly������cr.9de.itfiii. HAHQBQOK on *-*<i*.c!*.r  *cnt Ir������a. 01<lcu*jifiicy fora������caru>?p������t������nts.  V-dtmt Ukou tSrvDrh Muun % (X'.xocalve  rptOaltjUlc'., wltboat cii>;.;o, Ir.viiO  A Vw������!.viuicli' Ulu������:.Mtt'J wcokly. t.^rf..- cu-  crilitlon of iv.ff ccli-JtlBc Journc.!. ���������; .���������-,-.���������, -.'ct  C������n������4a, {*���������!.'.:.,. youtp.x.taj Of. jWt!'!. ''M.'l Iij  (ill ii(n,:'aw,!*.*-->  'WMW ^ ft^MEro^y. ������g$ Vgl*?,  Btu^cU Offloo. 6f������ K BU %Vtt3liU;ct<*uj. l>. ft  NOTICE TO CONTKACXnKS  SEALED   T  "Tender  fo  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE iB hereby given that,  on the lui day of December next,  application will.be-made to the  Superintendent of Provincinl Polico for renowal of tho hotel licence  to Boll liquor liy retail in the hotel  known as tno MahiBpina Hotel,  .-iuate at Lund, in lho Province of  British Columbia.  Dated .thin 8lh duy of October,  IS) 13,  FUKD THULIN  Applicant  LAND REGISTRY  ACT.  _IN_1HE_M AHEILspLsilAb:  plication for a fresh Certificate  of Title' to Section 5 Coiiion  District.  NOTICE is hereby given oi  my intention at the expiration oi  one Calendar month from the  first publication hereof to iss.ie a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu  of the Certificate of- Title issued  to Thomas Deecroft Usshcr La-  con ou the 3rd day of September  1891, and,, numbered 12567 A,  which has been lost.  DATED at the Land Regis-  trv Office, Victoria,.R C, this  23rd day of June 1914.  S, Y, Wootton  Registrar General ol" Title?,  No. 8 M ;*���������������������������: Scnooi..  TENO>"S,   suoern..ije:  'or No.   S   Miuo  .i *. o>,v  will be received hy ihe' Hon.".u:-blc t'ie"  Minister of Public Wori;** np  to rJ.-on cf  Tiirsday,  the 19th clay of Ma\   if-u; br  the erection and ci'iinlciiiiri of a iwo-  rooin school-hr-usc at'No. S M'-pr. i. inr-  bcriMu!, in ���������"*<; Ccnv;*: r. lecioriil Yiyhri.  nan?, spev:i(icati':i'.s( ronuaa and  forms ol lender ir.ay be seen on '::������������������', :*.!���������  t -r tlio, 1st day oi May  i ,9 i 4,.        a t the-   .- c A- c; <;      c- *'  Mr. J. Haird. Govcinment A-^eiM, v,"������"*i*'  berland; U.   C;  Mr. 'A.  }'.  Sctbf.r'.-s;.!,  Secrptary ol.lhe School i'oird,  'Ju'mLii-  hnd;   11.  C;   mrd   the l)ep*\ttii)*������:i   of  Public Works, Victon.i  Ily application '.o ihe- nrhvr. sisned,  contractors may obia:n a '(opy of ibu  plans and spt-cificaiions for 1 Ire nm cf  ten dollars (510), which rtili be rcf'u-n*t:<:  on returning same in jjood order.  Each ^proposal niust be" accoinpKnied  by an accepted bank clw<.p*.c 01 curufi.,  "cite of deposit." on a chartered. bank ci  Canada, made payable 10 ,tho;;'Honourable the Minister of l'ubtic Works, fyr a  Min. eipial ni 10 p*r cent of'.he tendp:.  which shall be. forfened :f Tne* jar-y tfn-  derinn decline u* enter- ��������� into . coiv.iac'  when called uixjn to do so, o: if- he !���������*.'  .0 coinpltie the work i*tii'iiai.i;*J un:  TlieTReq\ies <trcerfTfirfftTTs__oMeposhTTi"  unsuccessful tendv.it"*s aIII --^ icliii. :-'.  Ui then upon the ex^niicn of ,.i'.*  enntrat't.,  Tenders will nol be considered ualc-'  made out on the   forms supplied, signed*  wiih ihe .-l'.'tual signature of the  l<?ni,..*r-  er and   enclosed in-'lhe ert\0.1<".'cs J rr  ished.  The lowe-st or any tender not neccj-ar  ily accepted. ���������  J. K. GUIFJ-TrK  IJepmy Minister and l'ubl-< Woiks  Engineer; Department of Public- Work?,  Viciorir*., fi. C, April 28,1^14.  my6 ���������    ��������� rnyif*  (MMMMmMMMR-' fat **f*m*M*>*********r*WtV wWfW,   ���������   ,     ,  !L0OK OUT!|  7t  ���������*>  <>  4>  NOTICK i������ Imtcby given tlmt  tho pnrtnerflhip hcretoforo oxiBting  lilv-ccv. Joh:iThox"or. r-v.d Arthur Denton under the, firm outno  nnd Btyhiof tho B. C. Gamgo, currying on burinofis at Cumberlnnd,  11. C., wan on tho 17th day of July,  IUM, duly f]f9.������olw? hy mntunl  conHunt. The R. C. GarnRC is now  foh'.ly owuo*i and wlll hcncc{or>h  ho condufiod by .Tohn Thomson.  All dchtp ottindifip previous to tho  (into i<( (Hxfolutuni, nre payable to  Arilmr Doiilmi.  j)ated Aui-.iKt-l. l'.H I,  }L t\ (iarago.  Soiilotl tendorn will bo rocoived  by tho Mitiistor of Lands not hv  tor than noon on tho 7th dny of  August, 1914, for tho pnrelmRo of  MwiimV Wl; tn cut, 400,000  fi*ot of tin'hor on m\ jivimv ndjoln-  infr lv0t 174, Littlo Vnldua Ieliiud,  Sayward District. Ono your will  ho allowed for tho removal of tho  timW.  Kurthor partlcularfl of tho Chiof  PoroRtor, Victoria, H, C,  NOTICE.  Hiding on locomotivcH und rail  way cars of tho Union flolliery  Company by any pernon or por-  90UH���������except lain crow���������i.i strictly  (���������rohiHted. Kmployc-AB fro tuib*  foe todtfiniisHftl for allowing mini-  Hy ordor  J. U.  LOOK ARD,  General Manage.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section :12.  NOTICE is hoiohy given that,  on tho l������t ilay ol December next,  i'.ppliflation will bc mmln to tho  Sitperiniondunt of I-rovineial Police for vonewiil of the hotel liconco  to Bell liquor hy ictui) in tho hotel  known ii8,tho Willow Hott-I, nitw  iito at Campbell Ulvor, in the Province of BriiirthCnliimhiii.  Dated this ,8th duy of October,  11)13.  CHARLES THU UN  Applicant  NOTICK  fUywimt I.-tiul Tllfllrlat  DUt.iict of Snywar4  LIQUOR AOT, 1910  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the ninth day ol May next,  application will bc mado to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the jjrantiiiR of n license  I'or the sale of liquor by retail in  and upou the premises tw be con  structcd iu aceoulancc with the  plans and speci Ileal tons to be filed with the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, and to be  known as the l'ier Hotel, ami to  be situate at or near lhe govern"  incut wharf at Royston. Nelson  District, Hritish Columbia, upon  the lauds described as Lots 20  aud 21 iu Block li of the Subdivision of part of sections 4 and  6 A.  Dated this ist day   of   April,  1914.  HAKKY 1UIKNS.  Applicant,  <>  t  for the Milk v.a,.'-**i  villi tin* Own ilox  1'RKSH MILK   a NT-  FARM PRODTJCii  ,  Our Mill* is the pvul*.:"  of the Host Fed Cows  FRESH    MILK  Delivered uioniit^iS*: I'veninp,^  I. MARUYA ?  CIVIC US YOUR NKaT Ok  PF,R   FOR JOB   PRiXTiyr,.  TAKB NOTIOK llmt -luntin Dorr of  LOST OU STOLEN from No.  7 Depot, gent's hicyclo, plated  rinu*, Rtraiglit handlelmrR' back  wheel lm������ free wheel hub brake,  two patches on Dunlop tire.J on  back wheel. No inunpniud on  front -vliPff,    Tnformntfori  to   K,  Drcntnall, No; 8 Miuo, ot to Jn*.  Ward, City JPoHck, Cnmkrland.  Wood   Wood!  Wood      I  Now is tho timo to phico 0  your ordiM'   fov   SLAIJ ^  WOOD I  82,50,.. per double load |  9   -���������.  ���������Wi    '   '*  I  (JO TO���������  HU(JH MiTCHSLL  Foil   V'.Jl'll  Gcn'i BlacKsrnithiAg  Horscshcclnfj  Third St.       Cu.ubui-iiu'.  TV   ni  w  1:  ::;  Frpm Tho  Star Livery Stables |  t j purchase t|io follow ing dt*������crilieil InmU:  CoinniencloB ������t a po t pUnted ten chni. h  ciuit nt Hyucinth Like, ou lino of P.C L.  CUim No. 171, thb������ic������ ton cliniiu weil t ���������  nlior* ot Uko; thcuca a\nm nhoto cf Uko  la a 6<Jutli*0Mt������irIy -tlrifition, tunttonn  chaliK to the Interaeotlon of went lino  ������f J a Midi Dotr ra>ciu^t,io������ *, thcucu uuttli  oa pr<HMnption line tea cli������im to point of  o<*mm������>oc^mout, nml cticUluiii'* tivc {5]  acton.  JUSTIN IHIIlll  Violin Striiijis, Talking uia-j  .1.: lli.^ ...nl   \r5i-.<nv  V nivxr,"  S.lkkb.V k������*������ V^������.    -J  '   " >  V, ������   ,.     .  for sale at tlio New* office.  fi)i$������'^A&������S������^iy������i>^V!f.?������i/i!^d  Cleaning;  and  'O  IJ  SEWING   MACHINES  l'AIRKD  lil.-  9 if  "f^    ���������������.    imm .     1    i. .  t\C\-t^Xii*t.(.  K    SHOP  Mrs. .h'tikit;*5, P  'pi-i''*";-  Ocntlorasn'fl Suit? Cl****ir.od *..*.'l ^  1  The Singer Ajjcut   is   .immifl   ..^i,,^ uol'irh Tj.l:  every mouth.   Leave your or ���������  ders At the  ���������'unibcrlaud   New?  olHcc and they will be attended  IT'-  Stau- ol ApplianlltO proilip'ly when the  aj������eut ai-  IuimI May '-^th, ION  rives ui tow ii-  J  ������������������Lot Ma Dye For Yr a *  Scavfirdlo BuiJdiiiff,   I*���������*-t������*v������f ^***t������  ^<������l*i^\?tai^������if'������y't^.������������ t'Cif.7  gW OLD SKWKrAiV'tS VC.a  BALK AT 'HIIS OFFICK jgg a*-fmwj wM-*.s.*rTeJ!WWs��*33s6
THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.
The Army of
Constipation
Is Growing Smaller Every Day,
CARTER'S LITTLE
' LIVER PILLS we
responsible���they aot
onl^ give relief ���
tlieypumaneni
cute Constipation.    Mil
lions use
them (or
B Haas-
ness, [.viigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,
, Genuine must bear Signature
Energy and Work
"What becomes ot the energy'uf motion of a street car when suddenly
stopped?"
Law���mass multiplied by velocity
equals momentum The mass of the
car ia pounds or tons multiplied by its*
specific spued ir feet per second gives
a product named foot pounds or f��ot
tons. This nloma-itum is expended'at
tl\e instant of collision or impact iri delivering a blew' a-., in thp case of- a
cannon bull, lf tha tody receiving th<*
impact is movable part of the momem-
tum will app-ar in it as motion. If
immovable tlu car wT. be smashed oi*
move backward. And the molecules of
the'matter at point of impact will *,e
increased -n temperature anil' also b��
moved somewhat This requires energy, and work has been accomplished
from instant of collision until'rest obtains. The atswer is the energy of
momentum is transformed into work.
���Ktlgdr Lucien Larkin in New Vork
American.
Presence  of  Mind
Colonel Cody ("Buffalo Bill") once
told, tho ."(.Hewing story of one cf his
comrades of. tno plains known as Wild
Bill:
"A man who nursed a grudge against
Wild Bill bwore to kill him. HV* stood
concerned in a docrway, stepped ctot
aiid confronted Dll. as the latter pass:
ed and  leveled a pistol at his head.
" 'I've got you uow, Wild Bill, ho
said, 'and T'm go^ng to kill you, "cut
1*11 give ycu oio minute to pray!'
" :W(?11,' said Bill with an easy
smile, 'it does'look like the jig's up!'
"Suddenly Bill peered over the. man's
shoulder and waved a deprecatory
hand.
"'Don't hit him, Andy!' he said.
"The nit-.n wheeled to protect himself from th, supposed enemy in nis
rear- He gaz<jd .into empty space.
��� There was no' Andy nor any one- else
j behind bim. and before he could turn
round again Wild Bill had killed him."
Care of tho Sickroom "- '���'
In taking care of au invalid it is a
good idea to change the lurnitur��
around a little as one becomes so tired
of the same furnishings in the same
places. Be sure to coax all the sunshine in the room and allow fresh air
tc pass tliro'.eli often. Keep the patient's room tidy. Change your costume often just to make a little.variety. Do :iot let'bottles, half filled
glasses or spoons stand around; they
may seem trifles tc you who can get
about, but are sometimes enormities
to one who is ne'vous. Not of small
importance it the tray. Always have
a clean cover���paper napkins are nice
for tho purpose. Use your best china.
Serve hot things hot. and cold thinys
cold, not warm���New York Sun.
. The Earth's Journey
Our world'* journey in space is a
long one, if we are to accept the conclusions of Dr. Turner of the University observatory of Oxford acd Professor H. C. Plunimer, royal astronomer
of Ireland. Recent astronomical work
suggests that the sun and its planets
form a single unit in a vast system,
the stars in which; though separated,
by .enorimus distances, have a common centre of gravity, and in, response
to gravita'Jcn all move in unison like
a stupendous machine. The paths of
these stars, ' instead of being neany
circular, like thooo of the planets
around the sun, are much like the oscillations of a pendulum. The calculations show chat ou this oiongared
course our sun must travel 400.000,000
years befrre compltting a revolution
and that is passed near the centre less
than a million, perhaps not more than
300,000 years ago and is now on' the
outward stretch.
Real  Lever  Simulation
n
vrriie
sinu . 25
ot   onr
, n d I o ���'   j
-I.      "nr
A itnlglitft>rwiu-d eonorona
effyr [rom ivn rstabli.liM
firm. * Wo ue ("ivmif Away
Wutcljw to ihcuqiuiciit ol
iwople ill over tho
woi'M as a htigo
mlvo.tltfMuent. Now
la your chuiee to
obtain ono. Write
novr. cnrlosinn
cants lor cno
fnahlonablo Ln
Tx?Ufr Gnnrds,
Gents' Albert?, Bent
cwtIa��i raid to **oar
with tlio \.atoli, which
will ho Riven Fro*
(those watches aro
SUaranUed Uio ve&ts),
fthouUl you tako ad.
���vantJuro of"bur=n)arvei.=
We eiu��* rod to Ull your IrkwAt
nbout m and iibow thorn tho biiiuilloi' ^atch.
Don't thlnVHhls otter too food to be trail, but tond
25 cents todir' and mln a Froo Watch. You
vill l.n ainar.ed-WlS.UANS * LLOYD, Wholosele
Jan-cllm (D��i>t.2i>), (3. Coruwallii ItoaU,* Loudou, M.,
Eatlsad.
:��� i^.^ui.i.mmiiii�����i.ti' r>i����J'i ~y���m
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget In
Cows.
PATENTS
Fetlarrtonhaugh & Co", head offJco
King street e-*.st, Toronto, Canada.
Business and Poetry
Not evary one car. successively com.
bine banking ar.d literature, as did
Lord Avelniry. William Sharp (Ftoi.a
MacLeod) attempted to when a clerk
iu the London office of tho Bank of
Melbourne, wi.h the result that the
manager quickly gave liim choice of
accepting an agency in an out of the
way p.ace in Australia or quitting the
service. Shvp took French leave tor
a day in order tc th'tik the matter
over .md wonc Into the country to
hear thft *uckoo. Next day the man-
ager demanded angrily why he had
been absent from his post. Sharp explained, "We can't do with one who
ruts the call *f ** cuckoo before his
busincfis,' said the chief coldly, and
Sharp left the bank.���London Chronicle.
A   man   perfects  himself  by  work
much more than oy reading   ���Carlyle.
WOMAN suffered
TEN YEARS
From Female Ills���Restored
to Health   by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound.
Belleville, N.S.,Canada.-"! doctored
for ten years for female troubles und
di'l not. K��!t wull. I ritwl in ihu paper
about Lydia K. Pinkhnm's Vegetable
Compound and decided to try it. 1 writo
now to Ml you lhat I am Hired. You
cun publish my lettt-r as aU'stimonial."
- Mrs. Suvuink Hahine, Uulluville,
Nova Si'otiH, Cnnnda.
Another Woman Hoovers.
Aiibiirn, N. Y.-"I sull'ered from
nervousness for ten years, and had such
orijanii* painfl that sometime,*! 1 would liu
in l��'d four days at a timo, could not cat
or nW'innd did not wantanyomt to talk
tn trie nr hotbor mo at nil. SnmiMi*"**'*
I would sutler for seven hours nt a time.
I'UUti-M, niicuirsuiu uie i-wti iney could
for (nt* until four monthi a|ro 1 began
Kivinj- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound a trial and now I am in jjood
health."-Mrs. WlU.Mll II. fllM-.No. 15
k'ii'n.��aii*- nui'ct, AuDuiii, Inn \tjtt.,
Thn shove are only two of tho thou*
lands of fjratoful letters which are con��
Btantly hfinir received by thu I'inkham
Mcdicin*' Company of Lynn, Mass.,
which show cli-arly what preat things
I.y.lia K. I'inkham'i VojfetabU Compound dors for those wbo sutler from
���woman's ills.
If yon wantipft*
elal atlfirr write to
l.ydia L. ririkhftm
Medicine Co, (nmfl*
diMitl.il ���I.jiin.Xtii.
ViMir l*-((��r will be
ovu'ut'U vv.imd aud
��n-��w��,rr'l l��y a w<i-
man and ho]A in
Itrl**    ��� ��� ** 1'-n**,
W   N
Shrewd Sexton
Among tht^ tourists who travel
through France a considerable number
vis.it the cathedral, at Rheims. a mag-,
ii.'ficeiu example o[ pothic arcliitectu-p.
In the tower there is an enormous
clock, and it is tlie sexton's business
to wind it t* ery day a very tiring *,ob,'
as the weights are naturally extremely
heavy.
The sexon, hovover, is a very
shrewd fellow. W'cnever he shows
tht* trippers this wonderful* piece of
mechanism hi, remarks, "Ladies s��nd
gentlemen, if you do not believe me
re* arding the heaviness of the clock
'weights try.for yourselves."
Each of the trippers immediatf-ly
giy-e_a_lur_*j._or--two lo_tJh.eL_wh&eL_an .1,
as there arc some 200 visitors a day
the trippers unco^pciouSly and eagey'.y
wind-th'e cluck for him and in addition
give him. ati ^xtra tip for boing allo*-'''-
f-d to"Jo his v.'brk.��� L.-,:;cU,n Onlooker.
Mlgratir.c) Birds
During many ot the nights ir. Sep
tembei- the inhabitants of the island of.
Helgoland arc astir, with big lanterns
and a kind of <?norn*ous butterfly net,
the former to attract and dazzle ih>j
migrating birds when they, come, to
earth tc r^st, .and the latter to secur?
tiiem: Mr Soebolin, the great authority on bird migration, states that-ho
has known as many as 15,000 skylarks
to be caught or. the island in a single
night. The migrating bfrds are always
interesting to A\i ships that ply across
the North sea and the Baltic. Ir. Sop.*,
tember they settles,on. yixri arm or on.
deck,* rather, tired, and the seamen
catch flies and'���''ol'e'ct them info,recep-
tacles-.'or the benefit'of the birds.
inber
. Barney 'fes'rn'ato's Comedy
In the journal South Africa the late
Sutton Vane, tne dramatist, once told
this story of Barney Barnato: "He wa*
the best amateur melodramatic actor
I ever. met. A little; rough; so is a d!a-
niond, but the firi is there. He played
Claude P.-olio in Victor Hugo's 'Fs-
meralda' splendidly I playing Quasimodo, thr junehbank;' with him. In
the great scene on the parapets the
hunchback tries to throw the "monk
(Frcllo) into th-j street. Mr- Barnato
resisted vigorously. He. seized.me.l?y
my hump, which came off in 'his hand.
It. was a sponge bpg stuffed with various articles    Ht shook his fist at me
Oratory and Seasickness
According, io A. C. Benson, it was
the habit of <the late Professor Sidg-
wiclc, when crossing the English channel, "to take his stand in some secluded part of the vessel and to pour out
���audibly and rhetorically his repertory
of English verse, accompanying it
with a good deal of emphatic gesticulation. ,. I believe that the first experiment was successful and that he secured immunity from nausea. But he
said the second time that he tried it
he was interrupted, by one of the officers with a message from the captain begging him to desist on the
ground that somo of the lady passengers were frightened by his behavior,
being' under the impression that he
was mentally d-eranged. He complied
with the request sand, deprived of its
intellectual prophylactic, - his brain
succumbed to physical'sensations."
The Original Cure For Corns
Nosubstituto \vxj over been devisod
that 'gives    quick*- ..painless    results
you get from. Putnam's' Painless Corn
.and Wart Extricto.-.   Its success-is un-'
.equalled.   It soothes, ea-5es, heals, and
painlessly removes  .callous,    bunions,
warts and corns in 'twenty-four'hours.'
Perfect  satisfaction  guaranteed -with-.
25c bottle Putnam's Painless Corn and
Wart Extractor.
whenever you are troubled', with minor ailments oi the
digestive organs, that these may spon /develop into
more serious sickness,,, Your future, safety, as well
as your present comfort may depend on the
quickness witli which  you  seek  a  corrective  remedy.
,By common consent, of the legion who have tried them,
Beecham's Pills are tlie most reliable of all family medicines. This standard family remedy tones the stomach,
stimulates the ��� sluggish liver, regulates inactive bowels.
Improved digestion, sounder sleep, better looks,
brighter spirits and greater vitality come after the
system ' has   been cleared  and  tlie  blood purified by
Worth a Guinea a Box
Prepared only by Thomns Dcccbam, St. Helens, Lancn.hirc. EnSlinJ.
SolJ everywhere i�� Canada aud U. S. America,   lu boxes, 25 ecntt.
Quaint Description
Admiral Dewey once described
quaintly in Washirgton a man who
was'a borrower' end a sponger.
"He is one of those chaps that one
occasionally meets,*' the admiral said,
".who uses all their friends as coaling
stations."-
What-'abouf ydtif wife arid children ?���' Will they
dress well after you are gone ?.. Will your children
be educated?   Have a talk to-day with an agent of
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asthma. Who can li"p under the cloud
of recurring attacks and keep bodv
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J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remeoy dissipates the cloi.d by removing the cause.
It does relieve. It does restore the
sufferer to normal body trim and mental happinos'3.
Emily Bronte's Looks
A discussion as to the personal appearance of Emilj Bronte reveals tie
remarkably fact that no one knows
anything about it since there Is uo
authentic portrait in existence. When
Charlotte BronU' first saw George
Henry Lewes she said that he was
wonderfully llko her sister Emily, but
this Is unfortunate for Emily slnee
Lewes wild ver/ i.mch like n baboon.
Possibly the comparison wo a due tc a
sisterly candor that bo seldom errs on
the side of mercy Thanks to photography, tho historian of tho futuro will
net be in doubt as to the ap'iionrnnce
of celebrities .if the present .generation, but ho is llkoly to have his own
opinion ht to those worth knowing
about.���Argonaut '
A Real Genius
"What kinder a feller is Peto Doollt-
lei?"
"Bright as a dollar, patient, an'- n
hard worker."
"Why, he can't Isold ft job for more'n
an (Tib en, with a cTT!"iet~snfire7Th"reW""f:ilfe"
hump from the ^.athedral roof. Locking over, he exclaimed:' 'Good"h^av--
ens! I have killed a policeman!' Fie-
mendous round of applause [rom the
audience."
How Royalty Sleeps
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown," jays the poet. But the precautions that are taken to assure undisturbed rest to King George of Knglaud must -it i^ast bring quiet to his
pillow. The outside of the royal palace is, ot course, guarded by soldiers
and detectives ail night, and several
night watchman pace up and down, the
corridors through the hours of dark-
,ness, says the London correspondent
o. the New York Sun.
These men are shod In thick felt
slippers so that their ' footsteps Wil
not wake the royal sleeper, ancl end
oi' them is aiwnya near the' king's
room until l.is majesty is calk-o by liis
valet in the morning.
Every do'-r anil window in tho palace is frequently examined, and lt
would be impo'si'-le for any intruder
to get In without being discovered.
Tho..king Is as wol' protected as tne
czn,r of Russia, whe has a guard of
arnVod CosBtiflkP outside of ills.room,
oi tin; king of Spain, who Is watched
by .a squad of apoclally picked soldiers,
'who keep the keys cf all -the'doers of
the palace durlii-* the night.
 *^ .^iO Id���Nie k'J. L,_i	
Nickels ami "Old Nick" are derived
from the name of a Scandinavian demon, Nikr, whe, according to��an old
legend, is supposed to haunt the mines
in' which the nntal nickel is found
and it was long believed that he gave
the hardness to'the metal.
"I never say ah that I think," oho
ronuirked.
"Then," lu- rep-lea, being unwilling
ti miss 'lie chance, 'you must thl.i'r
an awful lot "--Puck.
It Is by prrsenoH ol mind In untnod
a wook.'an* VhVnr hlVfam,|ly~n]n,,t'��o't onu-rgnncies t* ct the native mottle of
LMtough to !ivu on." ����au la teritei'.-Lcw.-ll.
Just as  Well  Off ���
A man had h! next door neighbor
arrested on a charge of willfully damaging a chicken-
The judge 1-oked at the charge with
mingled amusement and surprise, and
whon the ��� pl-i.-iu'ff was put on the
stand he asked him what damage had
been done to the bird.
"My next door neighbor caught tho
chicken in his garden," answered the
p.hintiff, "and wrung its neck."
"I see," returned the judge. "What
was the chicken worth alive?"
"It was worth 7G cents," Answered
the plaintiff.
"What '-ms it worth dead?" quos-
Honed tlie judge.
"Seventy-five sents," replied the
plaintiff.
"I fall to sea where nny appreciable
damago was lone," said tho judge
"The case Is dismissed."���Philadelphia
Telegraph,
'Tin a Vlarvclcuo Thing.-���When tho
cures effectod by Dr, Thomns' Ecl*.��c*
trlc*01) aro considered, the speedy and
permanent "<4lief It hns brought to '.ho
Buffering whernver'lt has been used,
It must bo regarded as a marvelous
thing that 30 potent n medicine should
result from tho six ingredients which
outer into its composition. A trial will
convince tin.1 most skpitical of Its healing vlrtuoa,
No Need
of a4FowT
if you grease.your wheels with    '
Mica Axle Grease
It   lightens   the  load and _ saves   wear  and   tear.
"There'* Mica In it, that'* why."
THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited
.   Winnipeg Toronto St. Joh��
Vancouver .  Montreal , Halifax
ICED COCOA!
r%��
'"Jkl--Xt\
Yn v
v��1M(
\f
Rl'
"Sho; that mny bo, but what's tnat
got to do with It? You boo that moer-
HRluuim pile o' his'n? Colored It him-
Bolf. Ymi hoo thnt thoro lioiBhalr
Wiitell chain ho wears? Braided It Himself. Notice tho pi'iich stone charm
liiumln' lo it? Carved It hlmtiolf. mu'
It look two rnoiitliH to finish, See teut
hoim' <l:iwg ho'n got? Pete tnilnwl
thut, dnwi! to do everything a elre.ut
Amvi' klu do. Kvi-r hour Peter piny ,:n
tin** mouth linrp i*ii' nmiinp-iny lilm*
wif on tins glltrtr'' Tuuglil lilmaolf.
I'lvor sof* his liandwrltln'? Jest llko
eopporplnto, nil Blinded an' ,(lourlsi!iHl,
an' ho kin mnlto a swan without tultln'
IiIh pet: fr'm tlm paper, Pete may not
keep a Job or '.ot'ft hit fam'ly, but he's
a goniii-'---thiit what ho Is!"������Clove-
liind Plain Dealer,
Minard's LJnlrnent Cures Colds, etc
HIT  THE  SPOT
Knocked Out Tb�� and Coffee Alls
There's a grioc drnl'of sntinfactlon
8roof*ed Hlr Talklnfl
In tho momoii'b of Li Hung Clmng,
the great Chinese viceroy, comment!: g
ou his viHit  to HiiHBla, refers to ;ho
niftiiiUM' -ii which the cxar imd all the
ItlKh ol'l'ichtit appnir to bo surroundod
by would-be ihsiikbIiis.   "1 do not think
to exchange positions with
en to liuvo the line cznniift
f,.     ,���,���,.,������" iih wlfo .i.id my ilKlco of the rai*����st
-ofloo ililnuing, iiiil" Hnvi  iho Htiit.'Hmnn     lie    ad;lH
"Kver Mnce I. ?nn romnmbor " wrl.ey,' ' fo ( ��,nf r,��Xto. will �� teZ
,'mio woiiiaii. "'iiy rati.'I- has been, t , ��� \( ,,, , ,t, |K>0��� Ro
a lovor-of Ills cotfor ,,��� t ho rem Iniio, u J. , t| atl11(,H,)ll(M.0 of UBb5��hf1-
o.to of I ho nff��tod UlB p omupli t.-iit:,,.,,^, w,J(l|( ha0 ,jnl^V(1(, t0 ovlfi, ,���
he Pond Hwircnly on   nt tfinfiB. . gL  ,, ,     , ,.Qmc ,���  T,,���l(lln ft
"Mother md coffeo-homluelu. nrd.|oW fl,���0,v cnm ,Ilt0 my c,urlyw.d
dl/zinnsB,  nnd  If  I  drank   eoffea  tor       , fnI(J ���u, 1)iuim)] cnpta,n ,r c,������.fi0
nui coiin'ui't 'n Mttliii* upon Hie rlhl.t *;.,,,..,,, ������ ,;
thing lo i-ld o*io of thn varied. md i . ;��"' .,''"?.
{���oiiKt.'ifi* nlliiHMtb c,niiH(>d by lea ami   '.,','  . .,
JUST try it, ICED.   You
can  imagine  it  will   be
cooling
rc��
delicious
freshing.
Cowan's Cocoa is a  perfect food���
easily digested--and absolutely pure.
10c TINS-X LB.-K LB.-AND I POUND TINS.
AT ALL GROCERS
Hnw Shf Knew
"I do uihik,   t'xcMimivti Mrt. iottor\
hhbyi'hly, 'tl'-'i' Mii. C:u!:j5.i.>'Jl I,
iho moHl a��>;ravatlnKly In'iulaltiv'; woman, If I rtniBt say so, I over knew,
Why, I nuver pasrf lier: on lln�� blruut
but what Hlie lu/nrlably turnfl her
head  and  sturoH buck at mo to ste
��u.iV   i tf. 6i>i, VU  ....u  IiU'fl   'il itfitt U-uili
t-uhlnd."
"Huw���or���that lb. I waa wondorltiK
my dear, how you found out that the
moan thin*? looked lack. Some ono.ill
you?" lih-ulrod Mr Tolker Innocently*
And Mrn. Toiler ttralxhtawny turned tin- Htroiiin of her iniJlKtiatlon,
fectliliiR hot, from Mr��. Oaduhowt to
hor "iii.tiriiiniln:: tvri'tch of a husbanu,"
ui: Bhe fondly tr*ri**cd lilm, ar.d nfter
the fir.t pyrotechnic outburst rrfiiii-d
|to t'U'H't Ut tho fortunate man for fho
jrt.vt of lho ovtnlng.���Ptt'sburgh Us-
t-aiot*. ,
Sire of Queensland
To  i��lv*i�� nnmo UU-tt ot the nlw- of
Aiisirnll.'i. (."noons-mid niono 1�� imlf as
M;: a��- i*.'r-rttiy, A��if>rla aR<J lltm>-����y
put    xiiiu-'Ao-T    lu   area   ��s 6<>S,li-<
tsi-uare nnScv
er    Molhv n iu'o i' nceordliii* to directions on the box nnd It Just "hit the
I     I' Tl       1 1.     .J.    -f   r.i     l,,.f,..-..        ,,.1        ,.
nimiirlni' to qo'-lon brnwn whon nmnm
*   Did as she Asked Him.
A   fonehor in a tenement    district
hurried from tin school to mm the
ST ���>��'���*<* *if*\"\*
��h<-i'ic>"ii*i'">it'.Y<Vj
��� bipmy:
:*)'{ Mwifii'.-..,
���'h.  _"���>���'��� "*   "
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA ,
est
iB lidded, nnd a snai py tuHte similar to txiotXvt nl a i>uuli *'*>** J^d lui-u lulm
mild, "jiKli-Bru'V ot.ffoo, and we found
that  its  "ontlnued  use np*><>dlly  put
nn end to "ill o';r coffeo Ills.
"That wn.H A toiw. ton years aRo hnd
iV.-Mim     ��ino    fr,*tm   tli'tt   r*lnv   in  (Wo
111.
Poverty No Help
The reriBon ii c'rl's niotlior Is will-
Iiib for lior to uiiiiry a poor but Ilii*
ipBt. "not bobftU'ia   Iio'b   poor.���Dallas
NeWH.- ������
'Ci n 'you show mo moro Mrs. An-
Kelo Scnru-aie Hvfm'f' alio emiulred of
n fliarul t*��i*i.-plnr*ed .'rom the aunuy
Boiitu of a dnrlt. Hiir-lets alley.
l.i.on n  ndlidln " nwler nf fnihur'a nmn '     "*J ���'��*. **li-;u:li i   >    auwn    'jita,     u..*i   *
i""" hill owjerof ffttliorseroc wl,||nff| 8lJcky ham, |Irngg,,(, her 0JJ
with   Btieh   speed   at  to  mako    her
Double'     '   '
"Whiit  vobJtab'leir' servo' a
purpoBe?," naked jthe {tenol\ci*.
doubld
ery hill
"When I nuiTlrd, my huftlmnd was
a Rrciit coffro drinker, -iltliouRh hi* r.d-
mltted tint it hurt lilm. Wlien I men.
tlonod t'liBtutn ho paid he did not l.ki
stumble over un Italian damo Heated
ontllo thrcHhold. After the tenrher's
breathleHs fllsht toward tlio clouds the
,!��� ������������ of it     I  told him l rniil,i I Iiul*1 hand stopped tUBKlilR.
,   ,    u Vm. In ,,       i   !,,   f��r,     "Thore whore Meet Scandnle live,"
ald'tryit   Thi rKiVr wi. S iSrS;11 Indicated tno horiiontal arm and nn-
��� SrJlft'L���^^ "h��t she down��tnlr sitting on the
|;,c *v>n't oav't inyhln/r >>u�� I'o-'um"
Name K'.veu by Canadlnn    Ppsiiiiu
Co.. Wndsor, Out Head "Tlio lload to
Wf llvUie." In pkRB
P latum now com^r In two rormp'
Rejiulnr     Postum���must    ho    woll
trOled      1"'**  .ITii'.  ^fc  p.*"<*Ji.1��frB
Instant Postum- In  n  cohiMe  rw,\r.
d��-r.   Mad.* It. '.hi rup with hot wafer���
r,n brtlHnc-   V-it and Me tint.
Tho ,'otl per ������'���*. of both  1,'lntls Isi
-��lM��-��t   ho n.m ���
"There'* i H-'ason" for Posfiim.
Btep," finished the BinlliuK llpa.���Ni-w
York Olobo.
Cincinnati. Enquirw.
Kthel���.Turk trl.M to kiss me
Marie���Ho** impud��nt'
Krt.'l���Hut he wrs internip����*d
.Varle ��� How     nnnoying.
Trnnsertpt.
Not Qgall.ie^ to Judge
Rhowria iin excellent "ioh'nls player
nnd could paddlo'i jt)jiiioo,1moBt iiruce-
fully, hut this was her first attendance
iii 'A ln/r-Ac sho7/.*
"Ar*)  you. a Rood JikIko of hore"-
flcrh?" Jn^ulro^f ono nt hor trlotift^
"Oh, 1 should say uot. 1 never tatted
any," sho said.
None y Them Horrid
MIbb l*rlm-~-A!|o<A a horrid man to
kins nie?   Novor.
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>URINE EYE. **E *4EOV CO., Chlc��0a THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  /  V������  Graceful in appearance, adjusted at the  factory, the Omega is  a watch of the strict-  estreliability. Itcom-  bines the highest art  in case designing with  the soundest principles  of watch construction.  Moderately priced.  For sale by all jewelers."  MlU!lr:ll^���������|;l!^���������iJ^laMEll]mu^t!.'li.���������J^::liu.���������^;il^:lm;li^N!M���������l:^J!"a[;���������i:|���������,!^:J1!*JK!^!i^^;���������15S.  The Bridal Veil    '    ^  The bridal  ;*eil is evidently, of eastern origin, being a relic of the bridal  Trees and the Soil  The soil is a. resource of pricek-ss  value.'   Us formation on rocks is <.-x-  canopy held over the heads of the ceedingly low. According to Profes-  bride and bridegroom Among the An-j sor JL Bowman, many glacial'scratches  glo-Saxons .1 s-.miltr custom existed, that were made or. rock'during the last  but if the bride was a widow it was (glacial period, between. tiO.OOu and 75.-  dispensed with. According to Sarum 000 years* ago, are still as fresh as if  usage, p. fine linen cloth was laid upon  they had been made only yesterday  POISONOUS  MATCHES  In less than two years it will  cbe unlawful to buy or use  poisonous white phos-  , phorous  matches  Everybody   should   begin  now to use  EDDY'S NON MSONOUS  "SESQUl" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  the heads of the bride and bridegroom  and was not removed until the. benediction had been said. The old British  custom was to ust- nature's veil unadorned���������that is, the long hair of the  bride, which was so worn by all brides,  royal, noble aud simple. Only then  did every ono behold the tresses ot  maidenhood in their entirety and for  the last time, as after marriage they  were neatly dressed . on the head.  Among some the tresses were cut and  carefully stowed away on a woman  becoming a wife. It was customary  in Russia for village brides to shear  their locks on returning from church.  ���������Family, Doctor..,  Yet since the glaciers thus 'recorded  themselves man has come up from rho  cave and the stone hammer. Seventy  thousand years u. a very short time  for the* development of,, a soil cover.  For nian it means a period so great  that the mind can hardly grasp It. The  cutting off ot the trees exposes the  soil so that the rain beats upon it, and  since it has lost the protection that  the roots and-the litter on the ground  afforded the soil is soon washed away,  in fifty years a single lumoer merchant can deprive.tho race of soil that  required 10,000 years to form.���������Youtii's  Companion. -  aniiNisgMi  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  , Soiiieiliuib' beuer 'ban linen antl big  ���������laundry bills Wash . ll .Willi soap ami  -water. All stor.������.$ or **diroct. Slate style  ..nnd size. For 2������>c we -will mail you,  THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OF CANADA,  Limited  68 Fram Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHINGLSYRUIL  USED  BY MILLIONS  OF  MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If you feet'OUT Ol SOU l'S* 'KUN DOWNVGOT the ULUKS'  ���������SIJFHKH from KIUNKY, ULAUDKK, NERVOUS U1SKASKS,  .CI(KONIC WKAKNKSS.UI.CBHS.SKIN KKUPIIONS.PILKS,  .write for FREE cloth bound medical hook on  .-.theso diseases ami woni>������Rkul CUKES effected br  THE NEWFKENCH REMEDY.'Nol No2N.3  TH������RAPION$;Kff  ������������������tne remedy for YOUK OWN ailment.* Absolutely FREC  Nu'follow up circulars, No obligations. Dk. LkCI.Kkc  mi:i)Co,Havkkstockki),Ha������i'stkau London,Eng  we want to move thbxxrion will cure you.  Didn't Walt for "Thank You"  John Buii, the. scene painter, tells a  iStory of an occasion when he delivered  mollis scenery for an entertainment In  ;.a lunatic asylum. He was v'atchlng  Jhis men getting   the stuff in when lt  began to rain. \ big man with a  -pleasant smile appeared ami offered to  "help. They got on famously. Mr. Bull  .���������and Ills volunteer were just setting  ���������down the last load when an attendant  arrived, caught the big'man  a tie-  inendous blow on tl".<* side of the honil  .���������nnd sent him' sprawling on hia back,  Mr. Bull was speec-hiesR with Indlgnn-  ���������tion n.i this attack, but tbo victim got  ���������tip, smiling more thnn ever, and walk-  .ed-ii way.   "Vou can thank your stars  I've been wntchl*,jj you," the nttciitl-  ;nnt explained    "I suppose when you  Iind tho lttt lot in you'd have su.'d  ���������'Thank yon; I'm much obliged.'   Well,  that's this fellow's trouble, sir. Tho  -nionu-nt you sny 'Thank you' to   'im  'o'l! wring yonr noclc"-���������London Stand-  ���������ni'd.  Origin of the Dead Letter Office  "What was the reason for. our office gf-tting its name of the dead letter office, as it is often called?" said  an official in tbo returned Jetter office. "Well, it was originally started  in crdei to return to tbe sender all  letters, etc-, addressed to people who  turned out to hi dead. The nec-d for  such an arrangement became evident  from the number of valuable inclo-  siires contained in such missives, and j  that the old tradition still lingers in  the department is evident from the  fact, that the bags containing returned  letters are black in color.  .. "Yes, there are people who imagine  us to bo mysteriously connected w.tb  death itself, and some- time back v������  received a peculiar'letter from one 'of  them.'' Within a .week of having, a letter returned to her a certain pers 'n  living in. the same house had aloft, and  consequently the .-writer, evidently, associating her friend's death directly  with us, begged us in future never to  setfd back letters again, but to return  them instead."���������London Answers.  Th  '-France's Foreign  Legion  French Foreign 'Legion, which  Not Sam's Fault  Sam Snedeker, the commissary, man  and held in the community to be a  good churchman, annoyed the minister  extremely by getting up and -walking  out of the church while the sermon  was in progress. The preacher spoke  to Sam, about it.  "It isn't my fault, doc," Sam protested. "It's a. sort of affliction I  got." ' '  The, preacher told Sam he'd better  see the camp doctor A few days later  t'*.e preacher met tbe doctor.  "Did Sam Snedeker come to you for  advice?"  nsked tlie preacher.  "Y<?s," said the doctor, "but I told  Sam'-T couldn't do anything for him."  "What was Sam's affliction?" -  "Affliction! He didn't say anything  about that. Sam said he'd been  troubling you by walking in his sleep."  ���������New York Post.  - Welcome Caller  Visitor���������What  lovelv   furniture!  Little Tommy���������Yes.    I     think  the  man we bought ^t from is sorry now  he sold it.   Anyway  he's always calling.���������London  Tit-Bits.   ;  Stung  My pet embarrasfcment wag when I  learned that tbe girl l went around  with a little, but did not love, was engaged. To give hor the impression tha;  I was wasting her time.I went, over  aud proposed. My embarrassment can  be easily imagine! when she accepted  me.���������Chicago Tribune.  is always *he*cause of so much bad  blood in GermK.ty. is the only regiment of its Jii'id in existence- It dates  from 1831, when France undertook thd  conquest cf, Algeria It consists of  two regiments, each four battaliuns  strong, drawn from all the���������adventur  ers in Europe It is popular not only  because no questiens are asked, tut  because promotion is open to all within limits, and c. certai:: number of the  officers have ri.������cc from the ranks. All  classes are tc be fduid among its members, and all nationalities, but the  many Germans do not describe themselves as sucn���������they are'all Alsatians..  The reason for its continued existence  is that France cannot spare   its mpn  nor find enough who would leave the   .aomfor.ts-ot-civ-i^zation-foiwthe-wastes*^round"^lre-\va1st,r'itfftr(S������rng or~bin*3fng  A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN  Can Be Averted By Feeding the Starved  Nerves With Rich, Red Blood  Ancient Gallantry  " The respect and veneration paid to  the fair sex forme!'au essential ingredient in chivalry. Principle of female  adoration so predominantly displaye.I  in every aspect of chivalry extended  its influence 'o the laws of the times  Nourish your nerves���������that is    tne for we find James 11* of Aragon order-  only way you , can" overcome life's  worst misery, nervous . exhaustion.  The fits of depression and irritation,  the prostrating headaches, the weakness and trembling of the legs, the unsteady hand ahd the imperfect digestion that mark tbe victim of nerve  weakness, must end in nervous breakdown, if neglected.  Nourish your nerves by the natural  process of filling,}our veins with rich,  red, health-giving blood. Your nerves  arc crying out fo;* pure blood,and the  mission, of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is  to make new, rich blood. This explains why these ,.pils have proved  successful in'so many, cases of nervous disease that did not yield^to ordinary treatment. For example, Mr.  W. H. Weldon, Annapolis, N.S., says:  "In thp strenuous life I have to follow  the drain on my system was so great  that my, nerves became shattered, the  blood impoverished and mj whole system undermined. I tried a number of  so-called remedies without, deriving  any benefit. Finally having read so  much about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I  decided, to try them. The result was  beyond my expectation, I regained  my energy; the blood and nerves were  rebuilt; I lost the sense of constant  tiredness I had felt, and was filled with  new life and energy.; I have since  used the pills with beneficinl results  in my family and will always have n  word of praise for them."  You can get Dr. Wiliams'*Pink Pills  from any medicine dealer or by mail  postpaid at 50 cents a box or s'x boxes  for $2.50 by writing The, Dr. Williams'  .Medicine' Co., Brockvillp, Ont.  ing i iithis mMiLer: "We will that  every man, w'v*-th<^ knight or no, wr.o  shall- be in compa.'iy with a lady pass  safe and uiimolest *<? unless he be guilty of murder"   .  And Lotiis IL, Duke of Bourbon, instituting the crder of the Golden  Shield, enjoins" Li*, knights to honor,  above all, the Indie*- and not permit  any one to sland .*r them, "because."  adds he, 'from them, after God, comes  all the honor that man can acquire."  tfVu  Remembered  Him  "Did your uncle remember you when  he came to makL his will?"  ���������  "Yes.    He remembered me so well  tbat he "eft mJJ name out altogether."  ���������Buffalo Express.  Minard's  theria.  Liniment    Cures    Dlph-  "The pen,:' remarked the ready-made  philosopher, "is mightier than the  sword."  "Yes," replied the man who write.*  able articles on universal peace, "but  I'm not sure tbat the typewriter is  mightier than the battleship."���������Washington Star.  *   Matrimonial  Many a man why feqrs he'will not'  (Win her after he knows her a little  while fears he will���������New Orleans Picayune. -    <  Governess���������If I were cousin gorman  to you, what relation would my father  be to you, Mildred?  Small   Mildred���������Dutch   uncle.���������Chicago News.  of Africa or the~swamps of Tonkin.  ���������Manchester Guardian.  . Premiums Upon Babies  Augustus, empercr of Rome, made  babies a passport to office. By the  Lex Papia Poppaea, passed in A.D.  9, definite preference as regards office  was given to.the fathers of satisfaq-,  torily large families. Such' 'fathers  were eligible; toi- office before twenty-  five. They took precedence of colleagues with no children or fewer than  three and were preferred all round.  The privilege was called the "jus  trium Hbe.'orum" (three children privilege), but the qualifying number,  three in.Rome wa? four in Italy, five  in the provinces. . The systom, however, never worked well.  A Medical Need Supplied;���������Wli**-n a  -ueilk'ltio la found tlint not only nets  upon thn atoirncli but Is ro coiiipoRc>t]  -tlint fcrt.'iln 'ngrodlontfi of it onss un-  ���������nlteroti through tho rtomnch to find no-  ���������Hon In the bowels, then thoro Ib nvnll-  ���������nnh> n pnrs'il'.vo ar.d a cleanser of  R-n'iit effect'vonosH, Parmoloo's Vogc.  ���������tablo I-IHb nro of tlita chnrnetar anil  ���������nro iho best ot nil pillH. During flu  yours thai, ttir-y have boon in use thoy  ���������Jinvn i>ntiiMifllio(i tlioniBolvoH as no  ���������other pill bat nono.  Phenomenal  ���������   "Papa," said Willie,   'what is phenomenal?"  "It is riienomeniil, my son," explained Mr. 'Wisei-ate, ''when a lawyer is  content with a nominal fee."-rTruth.   -  hibbons  The original spelling of ribbon was  ribband, for it was a band that went  the ribs.    The* hair ribbon is thus a  very odd ve'bV: paradox.  The angry man should never do today what he can put off until tomorrow.  ,  Long Headed  "What will you do with the $20,000  if you get a verdict in your breach of  promise suit?"  "I, guess," said the dear girl. "I'ii  marry '..he lawyer - It's such an awful  lot of money to let get out of one's  hands-'���������Puck. -  The Greeting of Democracy  The story that tbe kaiser"foves most  to tell his intimotes, declares Mr. Wil.  liam Armst-ong in the Woman's Magazine, concerns the. visit of his brother, Prince Henry of Prussia, to America. '   . ,  The inciter.t happened just as the  piince was landing at New York. Beside him on dock stood Admiral vou  Tirpitz. 'm. the 'deck was "a dense  crowd. , From its midst a stentorian  voice called cut, "Henry, Henry!"  The prince did not understand that  the hail whs meant for him until the  admiral, smiling broadly, said, "Your  royal highness, I think some one wants  to speak to you."  Then Prince Henry looked over toward tbe human megaphone, who si ill  continued to bawl out his name.'Seeing'that he had cauaht'tlie royal gaze,  the owner of the voice shouted,  "How's Bill?"  Ginger a vim  follow tlie .use oi  vescentSClK'  25 and 60c at all Druggist*  and stores.   Take *\bbey Vita Tabltt*  for sick nerveo.'  A1 French Comedy  When John Rudyerd was building  liis famous wooden Eddystono lighthouse lie was much harassed by the  depredations of French priva'te?rs.  Thus ou one memorable day all nia  men were surprlsed wl'ile at workand  borne off in ttiumph to Franco as  prisoners of war, ,the'captors thinking they had done something very-  smart. But Louis XIV. did not approve at all c.-id promptly ordered the  men's release. "Their work," be said,  "is for the lienefit of all nations. "I  am at wa- with England, not with."  humanity."���������"Lightships and Lighthouses-"  . Miller's Worm Powders are complete in themselves. They not only  drive Worms from the system, but repair the damage that worms cause and  so invigorate the constitution that'it  speedily recovers from tire disorders  of the digestion that are the result of"  the work of thsse parasitic intruders.  Thoy do their work thoroughly and  strength and soundness follow their  use.  Oblong' Houses  Square and oblong houses are cheaper to build than odd shaped .structures. The cblong house is cheaper  than the square. Timbers come in cer-  jtaj.ii_l������nsibs~.-and_jtlitt-hauae_that���������is^  long and narrow takes less timber  than the one that is square���������that, is to  say, the mate-lal cuts to better advantage in tho oblong house than in the  squara .house; also less labor is involved in. the making.���������Pictorial Review,  Japan's IXimmy Editors  There is a pecJl'ar person on the  staff of some of the Japanese newspapers, know.* as t'-e "dummy-editor,"  whose sole dut/ it is to go to.jail in  the interests cL th>.' journal. Whenever  a paper publishes something unfriend  ly to the government it is suppressed  and the "dumm* editor'.'.sent to prison,  while the reU editor simply changes  the name of :he paper,and continues  J.o_pu_blish_it_as-befoRe, ��������� L���������  The Price of Peace  She appeared' to be somewhat excited when he came home that night,  and he naturally asked the cause.  "The man in tha top flat bas fallea  ic love with otirccok," she said:'  "What of it?"'ho asked.  "He's been trying to.get her to run���������'  away'and marry him "  "Do you mean the man who practices-on the cornet every night?"    ,.  She' said she did,, and he made a  dive for his pocket.  "Tell the cook." he exclaimed excitedly, "that I'm a "poor man, but I'll  give $50 if she'll do it."���������St. Louis  Post-Dispatch.       ' , -   -  "  Easily Divided  The hour was divided into sixty minutes because the number sixty can be  evenly divided by two, three, four, five  six, ten, twelve, fifteen, twenty' 'audition as much as possible."  thirty.  "You will admit a ,w'ise man soma-  times changes his nihd?"  "Yes," replied- Senator Sorghum.  "He also changes his wardrobe. But  in doing so "he avoids popular atten-  Wasbing-  .ton Star.  1  Handel In Dublin  Tlioro was n period of his Ufo in  which llnr/doi, tho fnmoiiH composer,  ivlli'iHl from London In a llt of din-  .Kiint. Ilo wnnt to Dublin, nnd It una  thero���������In --lio D.iblln MuhIo llnll���������tliat  liln great mafct-trpleco, "The Mosplnli,"  wnR produced "Tho porfornmncfl,"  writes 1). A. Chnrt, "wns for tho benefit of Mercor'a hoflpltnl. In order to  provido room for n lnrgo nudlonco  ���������Jndlnn wore ro'ltioiUod to Iny aaldo  Miflr hoopB nnd gontlonioii their  jSWonlH. .*y this moans nn nudlonco  ���������ol 70(1 wat crowded lutn tho ap-ieo,  ���������nnd tho concert ronllzed ������400.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper,  Thn oBtaDlishmcnt of tlio trln! toy  jury runs bneb evon prior to tho timo  ���������of Alfrod tho Great He in nnld to  "olive oirUinv/.oft iuriea of twolvo men  ������s now In practice, hut oven cnrller  ���������six Wt-luli and six Anglo-Snxon freo-  nuui noted ns ft Jury whoro tlioro wnR  ���������a dlHpute between Welsh and Saxons,  The Indicting Instinct  ' Do you think women oiiKht to hold  public office?"  "Well, in rmntit epaon. Hut, Judnln-;  ���������from 'be way the;* tnllwil about everybody In tho community, I'd hnto to  Imt* those who met at my house yes-  -terday on a'^rand Jury."���������Washington  ���������fltnr.  Pension Fund for Employees  The oporatlon oi tho pension fund  on tho C.P.R. has,made a notable  difference in the loyalty and devotion  of all classes of employees. The company hns hatJ its pension ..fund some  twolvo years, and tbore is to tho credit  or the Canndinn Pacific fund at tbo  present time nenrly $750,000, with a  total ot 605 pensioners. Tho pension  fund is ono 0* tlie most important  features ot tho working of tho respective systems. It wives each employee  a certain nssurnnco of support In old  age. In many cnac-s whoro the snltry  is small this woitlo not be a grant  deal: but the smallest pension Ib $20  per month: and to ninny In humblo  atnl ions this wJiih'. bo greatly doslder-  ntod In old ngo and feebleness  Lnst year tbo C.P.R. contributed  under tho rnl** of the fund, a total  of $125,000, wh'lo tho pnymont of pon-  slona under tho terms of tho fund  cnnic lnst year to $109,320. Tho pen.  Bitui fund roniovo,) the distance between tho mannKomont nnd tho cm-  ployops; nnd gives to oaeh the stimulating foellng thnt he Ib Identified with  tho interest and prosperity pf tho  company.  The Magnet  Mnpnct In derlvod from tho nnmo of  the city of Mngnopln, In Asia Minor,  where tho proportion of tho lodoatono  are aalft to liavo boon tllHOOvored. It  liitB, howovor, boon nnsortod Uifit tho  nnmo coinoa fr-m Magnen, the rtftmo ot  u fihopherd .who dlHcovoml.,- mnnnotlo  powor by; hting hold on Mdunt Ida,  In Orooco, liy; Ub attraction for tlio  nnllft;ia hi*, jmoes. Y7i',-' .  Good Tempered 'turtles' '  Plnco a number of .dlfforpnt kinds  in,d alzet of turtlra In' a small tfpaco  nnd tlio .forbbnrnnco which is exhibited  might well bo n losBon to man. Biff  and little will miwl nbout. l-oorllr*-*-* of  each other's' comfort or security from  biu'iii. A ti.iiih imliLtid terrapin, /or  Instance, will clnmbor solid]** over tlio  hond of a vicious snapper,' and the  chancoB aro that th������������ latter will merely  duck its head oi* move to ono sido bo  that tho clnwa of tho former will not  mjuro us uyt-n. 'iluto seems nt such  times a look of patient resignation or  Billion BUbmlflBlon which would Immediately chango to savnge resentment  and flcrco attack lf a mnn made a hundredth part of tie commotion Thoho  crcnturcB npponr to bo nblo to dlBtln-  f-tili-h "intwppn "no nffento m^ant" and  Intentional mauling. Whllo thoy submit to tho one, thoy wlll flKht ov^r ibo  other, It fight has not boen previously  thrashed out of ihem.���������KanBaa City  Star.  '.it'.   ' ���������").'  .',,*. r7iy  REMINGTON  ��������� * A -*���������������������������.������������������*.  '1 , '    -���������"** ',";*���������'   . ,."'-n '*  PMC  f'ADP   MA I,1'1  Firearms and Ammunition  TJHE remarkable favor shown by the  shooting public to Remington-UMC rifles  and shotguns, shot shells and mctallics means just  one thing���������  ^ That sportsmen everywhere are becoming more conscious of their desire for the dependability that they find  only in Remington-UMC arms and ammunition.  So you see the keen sportsman, wlien buying a new rifle or  shotgun, go to the dealer who displays tho Red Ball Mark of Rem- J  ington-UMQ   Or if he is already fitted with n rifle or shotgun, his  tendency is more and more to shoot Remington-UMC shot shells  and mctallics���������-the ammunition that flatters any make of gun.  The Red Ball Mark of Rcminglon-UMC--Cmd the dealer who  displays it.   Look for it on every box of ammunition you buy.  To keep your gun cleaned nnd' lubricntcd right, use Rem Oil,  the new powder solvent, rust preventative, and gun lubricant.  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cnrt ridge Co.  Windsor,  W. N   U. 1010  A cubic foo. of nowly fnllen ������no\r  weigh* five hM onp-half -wuihIb urnl  liuR twelve time,, the bulk of an oounl  ***MRht ot wii-cr. S-**^ in^uaj. m^ ~ ������,.-^���������mavL  **w*i*a-*+0r^^i*aiimii i > ������MW������*tH  .- ,    ..ir  ;>���������  .*. ...yX:.~A<Lf'.Q !  \ ��������� ���������  :    Obiupi-ny.  ���������    '  .. ���������a������Ul  UpoU  -  ��������� - -   -'Vi'iifs-is oi' o\\\-  - ;.-  ������������������ay iv. Uh coluniiis  tf.  iii".  ...  ...    ^ ,���������  v;.:-x -SEPT. a vji-i.  J*:U: NOTICE  ' C**   TO TAKB AW)  -ijn "ivon  that EiqnU  .j  .'..ilway, **f   Victoi in,  {��������� r :i lieoron to tako and  .'    . .lir.'i-i  ���������.���������<.**.��������� iii hwrs, ot water  .*..    C't-.ol',   which flown ia   a  ,,.;������������������ L'.i.tj   throuijl-i' Newcastle  ���������"'cult) iiSiuto Striulsot Goor-  .K-s? we*t  i#i   Hi*.'  Qniiliuum  ���������: - .-;;*.������ will be div.rt.-d nt U90O-  ...  fro;-)   :ailjiuy nad vill bi used  ���������I railway jiU'pnsi-8 on thu bud  . ������������������.  -. Railway liiyht*. ui Wny.   This  *.;���������.- piiritijtl 'vi the prmi'.d on  the  ... <>'' A'H'b YJl'A.     Th������ i������i>t*lic!vUon  J.  *.. . tnu ofte-j <.{ I l.o Water U������-  .* ,'i.....i,-in, B. 0.    Objection;) may  :-.'. ��������� ��������� = !*. ;<:<! sui-Jl Wnti-r ltucurdoi* nr  o dm-.ptrolUr o[ Wuter Rights,  ��������� a.:t Uu*lrii!>;,'rf, Viou-rii B. G.  .-'I'-iLT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  H, E  BEASLKY  Agent  myT  ������������������.'a* a I mo llOLDKN  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN Tim MATTER of Surah EU-  k-tioi* Tyson deceased, intestate, '  .     " AN D  IN TIIE MATTER of tho/'Ottt-  <:ial Administrators Act."  TAKE iNOTICE that by order  of IIis Honor Judge Barker,  mado tlie 5th day of November,  UU8, I waa appointed Adtiunis-  trntor of tlio Estate of tho above*  mentioned deceased, nnd all* pur.  ties having   claims   against   the  r** r*t  Siiid estate an* hereby required 4 o  furnish same, properly verified,  to mo on or before the 13th day  December, 1913. AND all par-  tie-*. indebted to snid estate, are  required to pay the amount oi'  their indebtedness to nie forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1*913.  W, "Wksi.Ky Wuxaki.*,  Ollicial Administrator,  Cumberland, I>. C,  f7~  VTHE   NEWS,  -     ������������������������������������.''������������������ V.<" ........ ,,.   .,_. .V-.>;A-i.-.,si,.;,v,.v     ������������������  OUMBEBLAND,   BRTTIBH   COI.UMBTA.  7������'m.  NOTICE  '...������������������'liN-ji?. to ta'.y}'" and  ' .emu/ . .* .���������'���������   iJ'u.t JKsqui-  JJ t.*;-..]T(o   llni'vv.y,  of Yiufcuriii,  ; ������������������~u',yi '���������  n 1 o Ui'-i to take nud  ������������������ i ��������������������������� -;a-a.-i \>rr 24 huf.rn, cf writer  .'..dy Lresk, which iloivs in a nor-  v'ti(������'i ��������� iliiMny.i   ^o ��������� oaalla DlB-  '.  " .:;j'.������i":-  Hit ���������   >> ty   I'.'/,  noar  ���������J'*e(-k*   '���������''���������)'* wntvjr w-.ll bu diver  '���������X uovheam fr^ua  llailway nud.  ������������������'ft '"r GTnTr5l~RTfi*.vTfy"j5virp038c'  -. a (.ii'-puiibftd hh l'.:iilwj.-f Riglit of  *: -.-  i^<:-iots v.������i p.-e'.ed ou    tlie  ���������.:-���������. om! >: y (,r AjtjI, 1913.  '. ���������. \'.i..'. ���������* Jll  b< 'ri.ttirl in tha  ojlics  J'.r 'i-oi-dii  .-.t, Victorii, B.C.  ::���������������������������   ';. iv   lv,  YiLA  w.th  th-3 Sltitl  .������������������..:-(!.���������- m- w'A'a  iho Conipcrollur  ���������i'ij..i..', .lx..,-]iiiii!oiit liu'.Miaita,  ��������� ii* -  , a s.i.  ialt k nanaimo railway  Appliennt  U. ������. B.KASLKY  Agoni;  my"  IN   THE   COUNTY'  COURT  OF NANAIMO   HOLDEN  , AT CUMBERLAND,  IN THE MATTER OF Dauie  ���������   Mugan deceased, intestate, who  died al   Cumborland, B, C   on  June 25th 1013.  AND  IN THE MATTER of the  '���������Offi--,  cial Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE that   by   order of His Honor   Judge  Barker,  nii-uio the 5th  day  of November,  1913, I was appointed  Administrator of the Estate of tho above-  mentioned deceased,  and  all parties  having' elaims   agaiiist" tlie*  said estate aro hereby -/eqnired to  furnish   same,   properly  verified,  toTue orToFbefonTtlieTi3t!roir~De=-  eember. 1913.    AND  all parties  indebted to said   estate,   are   required to pay the amount of their  indebtedness to me forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1913.  W. Vf KBl.KY WlUjAKD,  Ollicial Administrator,  Cum berland, B. C.  WATER NOTICE  FOR A WOBNOK TO TAKK AND  USB WATKlt,,  NOTICE ie hereby Riven that Kqui-  ���������i\ll i-Jr N.HiuJny* llnllwriy of Victoria,  1> 0. will ui>uiy (or a liouiio* to ta'te unci  -.i-f |i.0,000f-iilloii3 pnr21 houn, of water  .vi.' oi llifiliio Cm*>l(, whioh iiown iu a  '.oi:I oriy flir������ctir'������i through Nolson l)is.-  ,"i'.t ant\ utui'lun inr.o Hnyne Sound war  .I'nililo Hi ver. Thu \vit.ir will b& J i verted  ' |il lltW-'ujintroiim ftom Uiilway and will ho  'iMf-d lor vJonorii) Kailwuy pnrpikos on tho  J^ntl iloctribetl aa niiLvuy ri(*ht of wiiyThiB  .i.itieo wt������3 poitnd un vho uTonnil on tbo  ;lra dny of Ai'iJI, i\WA Tlio application  v-.il!'Iw lilcil in t',.i tAHon of tho Water  '.wrilir, Victoria, B.C. 0: jeotioua nm/  l������: filed with tho ������;������id Wntcr Ucmnlor or  **Uh tin O'Uiiptrol'i-r of WaUT lligtits,  rArl'n.i.eut nuiidini*-), Vi-tmi-, 11. C.  iHQtflNUUT v<t S\N.\IM011AIL\YAV  Applioant  \\. K,    RASLKY  Agont  IX THK COUNTY COUUT OV  NANAIMO IIOLDBN AT  CUMBBULAND  JN  TI11C    MATTKIt Ot1   John  Smiili aholtni-wn as .lohn Smyth  clec������:ifieil, iii'uritn t������������.   "vho died nt  Uoiil tulaud on .Inly .r>, i������l3.  AND  /: TiP-l MAT!1'*:!'. ohhol,0moml  ���������Vi*.i ,.i.-iruiMr.*i Act"  . \l\.v' St.. i IM'. w.i.t i/,v "itlfi A  Jl':i i*l������>iii������r ,\'\ ow, *',t.i.������;, .nrtdt  I'm/iih day nt NnVemlmr, 1UIIJ.  I un.i i������pj!'itf>Ml AdmijiHtrator j  ttt the K.late Yl tho nh()7u-Ti������Mii������  kionfld dia,iii,������'ii, i������������il an *-i*������rtit>  huvinn clni������u!t a^ain-t  l)#; paid  * wmtf *re lter<-bv mqiiired to fur  ruh ������<av*vt*, piuj^iiy   verified, lo  i.iu on rr bebr** the 13ih day (.1  *%ueu.^<or. HtVA,   ANV> nil J^r.  >,r  Uuk|,lC- l������    "lid   I'Plfttl?, RTtf  r������������������'.iire.i to j-u*,   ibu umoitul   of.  u.eir vi<h'i>'������di *������*i to :mc Imh-  wiih.  \\\ AVKHT.KV W1I.I.A1II*. '  (Mltcr.il bdmhdrltttUit,  VJvito'n* Wrxl, B. C.  If not, yoa had better  TRY SOP It's both  Wholesome& Palatable  $ DHRUGHT at "Joe Walkett^s,,  Jleua;EtiglandU^gV and in 6ot-  iles at all the Hotel^-  A Most Healthy Beveridge and made  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  INTHifi COUNTY  COURT  OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTER oi Daniel 0'-  ConnJl, also known  ss Daniel^  John O'Contitill. deceased, inies-  lato, who died nt Cnpo Commer-  ell, llupuit DiBtncton Jftniwry  20,1918.  AND'  IN T HIS MAITER' of the "OGicIid  Atlrniuirttramre Aot.'1'  TAKE NOTICE that hy oiderof  His Honor Jiulgo Uarkoj, mntle  thu 5lh dny of Novcmtxir, 1913, I  was appointed Administrator of  lho Estate of tho nbove mentioned  ihiceaawd, ancl all parties having  chiinia ngainst tno naii.1 eatnie are  hereby required to fortitHh name,  properly voriftoil, to mo on or before the iiUh day ol December,  1013. AN D nil parlies indebted to  (���������aid (���������utato, are required to pay the  amount ef Iheir iiidchtednei-'B lo  me forth������ilh.  DntodthwlHh day o! November, 1MB.  \\\ WVSI.KV WlMJlkfi  Ollicial Adinit't ������������*������...  Cnmherland, U (I,  pring Imtttnj Sti.  WATER NOTICE  FOR A LIORNOK TO TAKK A>*J>  U������R WATKU  NUilC'ri il buAr; K''iw..>. V'-.A. y.-y\-  '.nth A Nntiiiimi* JUilwuy, ol Vietcrii,  Ii. G, will nj>i>ly for a li<*niv lo t������!i* ami  uhh 100,1)00 Killnm por 'ii liourc, uf witer  /.*��������������������� ivf Hov r.rvtiW, whlt-b ibtv/e in n iiorlh-  t������rly direction tliioiigb Cyoi/K s J**uiriri  nml einptit't I'i' Cvttiox Jhilwar, near  'i'ri-nt Hivor. 'Slit water will Uulivtr.ii't  At m'iMl" ������j*-trtain from KiiHwaynud will  U* luvd (nr Uciicral Kailwuy |>ui[<ii h on  tho Inn.) Aoi,(ndy.A tt lliiilwi*)' V.'wht nt  W������y. 'i'tise iKitiw vat jvinttil i������ 0m*  H. '.ry. fn IV* ?ri\ (lay i.f April m'A.  'i).'> *p\hic.A'.ua wil] 1 ������t iw, i. fi. < 'Xl*-  d Or UaI������ ll f.������>rci'������ V  (;���������'.'. ci if-nn vuty \< i., .  Wit r H-./iir.li-f or v iti. I'w i' i.,  .,f V.'itc Kiijhu, JVliir.������r.:   !!u!������*i <���������  KiH-UlMAU* A NANAIMO It.Ui.U'AV  A}>; I'n'Awt  \\. R. HK.\Si.t:Y  1  We print  Anything you want and whatever  way you want it. Below are a  few of things we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  !  LETTERHEADS  MLLUKADS  ENVELOPES  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES  MKNUS  IJLOTTBUS  DODGERS  POSTEHS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  MiSlMhbS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  HALL PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC., KTC.  T51E CUMBERLAND   NEWS THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  -y<fl  A MADE IN BRITAIN TRAIN WILL  BE RUN OVER ALL CANADIAN.  RAILWAY LI^ES  A STUPENDOUS  TASK  THE COMMUNITY CHURCH  .V,  Taking  the  Census  of  India's  Huge  Its Function Is to Minister to1 Alt the  Old Country Manufacturers Will ln;  augurate a "Buy British Gooas"  Campaign In Canada���������An Extensive Advertising Scheme Will be  CarrledcOut.     , ������ *  ��������� Tho manufacturers of the old country are in the uear future' to make a  bid for a" larger Bhare In the rapidly  Increasing Import trade of Cap*1"*' a.B*������  with this end in view a carefully organized campaign of far-reaching possibilities Is being inaugurated by tho  Canadian :h^u>J*.er of commerce ln tho  enijifro's* capital..?  Tho chl.if vWlblo sign of tho campaign will be an exhibition train to  run over all the thousands of miles  of tho Canaiiiau railways, for a year  H-* lli St, and" .terwards for as "many  years as British1 traders find it uso-  ful aud pnlltabli*. It will exhibit examples ot the best of J British goods  suitable for Canadian use, made by  representative British arms.  *:>*Jt iM 'UjJ^t J[oaos^to ^o .tUQ  ti-uh^m^'oFUie Canadian railways,--but it has beon decided that,  to carry out tht "Mado in Britain  idea to the fullest eXtout, the train it-  seir and the locomotive shall bo built  in the Uni led Kingdom, the Iinest ]������e  ���������coinTlry can produce,' and taken  nfv.*"-s iho Atlantic with the    other  csiilblts.    ���������  .      m -i  -���������   ,   ������������������'���������������,  ���������'���������'Tho organiser" of tho scheme,   Mr.  ht J. Beirne. secretary of tho Canadian" chamber  of commerce,    talking  ol tlie. campaign, said: '    .  "As a preliminary to the train tour,  we promise to send out special commissioners to investigate conditions,  especially on the transport question,  with purtlrjlan r-ference to the possibilities of the Panama canal in re-,  gii'rd to trade between this country  and Western Canada^,;,.    ....       .. - - *.  "Our Idea' In "riilfnlng-this train ia  thnt since le3s than a quarter o-  Canada's import'" trade conies from  this country there is immense scope  for an -expansion of trade there, if  British * manufacturers know what Is  wanted .n Canada, and Canadians  Know what thc-y can get here, and.  wlien lliey .can got it ��������� We do,%t  want to 'displace Canadianjna������G'-������ooGs,  but foreign ^auufaQWreffT and our  motto is: ''Whether ViMe in Canada  or iu the United Kjllgclom���������Buy Brit-  ish "COtls'.  ]>TliO������3'wiU he a- least six exhibl-  ���������:"{tutt cWS Oih the train, 70 feet long by  ' If ice\ high and 10 feet wide, and  ������fc& Mv-ill cost $20,000 a year to run, so  ti&t exhitiiois will have to pay  ���������foughlv $300 a .'oot for sections of the  car." Kadi "car will be divided in dif-  Populatlon  The   task, of  taking  a  census  of  India must be stupendous considering  that, vast country numbers-over 300,-  000,000 persons, scattered ovar an area  jof 1,807,000 iquarj miles.  A staff of two mllion portions was  bmployed for the. purpose, and the  census was taken, In oue night in  March, at a cost of only $675,000.  Tho difficulties, were . especially  great iwlng to the long' lines of  railway, th**- hi*- rivers on whk*'**  beats travel sometimes for days  without comltg- to the bank, the j or-  ests to which .woodcutters resort, often for weeks at. a timo, and ' the  numerous sacred places, which, oc  occasions, attract many thousands of  pilgrims.'*' ,  Peoplo hnd to be enumerated whir-  over they wero caught, In the case  of railways, for Instance, all -persons  travelling by rail who took tickets  after 7 p.m.. on thb night of the census were enumerated either on the  platform or In the trains. Tho latter  wero all stoppod at G a.m. on tho  following morning, in order to in-  cludo any travellers who up till then  had escaped npilco.  In sftlto" of this, nnd owing to tho  vast work dono preliminarily, tho results for tho whole of India were received complete nine days later, and  ���������tvoro" issued in print the next day.  This rapidity, as the official report  mentions with justifiable pride, "is  hot approached even in the smallest  EflropSXfi Sat������"/. \* " "."..." ,^.  . The summary tables show that the  total Copulation of India' (Including  the native istatos) on the night the  gengus was taken was 315,15^396 fas  against 294,361,05 ten -Tears " previously, of whom 217,586,892 wSre  Hindus, 66,647,299 wej*e Moslems, 10,-  721,453 were, Buddhists,' and 3,876,203  wore Christians. The literates'numbered only.. 18,539,578 persons, and  agriculture claimed the labor of  224,696,909 " prfsoiis,. us - 'against 35,-  323,041 persons engaged in industry.  Canadian-census officials havo apparently some 'Iosbous to learn from  Iridla- ,  1  Needs of the Community  In a social gathering held after'ihe  evening service in a large church In  Winnipeg *.t occurred to someone to  find out where ihe people had como  from, Each mar. aiid woman was asked to announce his or her home town.  What a' rp.M call! Ontario, .Quebec,  tho Maritime" Provinces, the Dakotas,  Iowa���������half the States In the' Union;  Scotland, Ireland ahd almost every  county In England. It was a decided  shock w,hen a yt-ung voice announced  her birth place an "Winnipeg-" Ono  native-born���������a-1  the other  strangers,  So it Ib in all cur western communities. Wo have come from all over the  English-speaking world,and In many  districts from, half tho countries in  Europe as well. .Each brings Us own  traditions, customs, ldenlfi, church* affiliations, national pecularltios mi  perhaps distinctive languago. A few  have something in common and unite  Into a Mttlo group, but thero are  scores of such little groups, How unite  theso groups into ono strong community lifo.. This Is one of the groat  social taskB of each neighborhood. Tho  division into sects and parties and  sets is bound to croate petty jealousies  and friction and community Inefficiency. Unjon meaiis strength and harmony and success!  One of tho greatest needs In each  neighborhood ii/that of a "community  church." This is needed first of all for  economical reasons." It Is littlo less  than a sinful waste of money to erect  a.separate church building for each  Utile group of people to uso two or  tliree hours a woek. But much moro  tiian'thatr tiio' 'cbnYmimlty church is  needed to draw all altogether into a  CHARTTHE OCEAN  THE STACKHDUSF ANTARCTIC EJX-  PLQRATIOf-l   HAS  TAKEN  A,  . k      NEW TURN      -  PRISONERS   PLANT  FORESTS  WHERE CORNER LOTS ARE HIGH  Most Valuable Laiitf In' the World to  .���������ESSE^'be Sold c'    . ���������  yk largo area in the city of London reputed t:* be worth., anything  from $1.20 a square inch will soon  be sold* by auction. By the "city"  here is meant that square mile east  of the law courts and the lots to bo  sold include- portions of Cannon,  street, Queeu Victoria street* upper  Thames street, Bread street, Idol' lane  and St. Mary-at-Hall,; with a total  annual rental of $111,185.  The sale will indicate reliably. the  trend 6f,.valU63 in, the..centre of  London. , Of late years the rate' of  Tncfeiiso in  ,.   ~    -- ,...wv   *.<  iho city  proper  has  de-  ferent ways, according. to_Ui^ artlcUW^ijne(i;_ww^  exhibited.   Part oT~it may be dlvldcu rjsen rapidly. -    - '  by a''central faugway,.wlth platforms  oi show cases of equal width, on  either side, tor" which $150 a foot  would be paid.. Another section could  be divided bv -),B\de gangway, with  only a, wall "ahtV.v case foreman shop-  window goods oil one side.  "Our ilka Is for large manufactur  ing towns to take a whole car ea-h.  tr be named after the town, bear Its  coat or a.'ms.. and be filled with-ox  amples   or   models   of   its   manufactures. P    ;. , ��������� ,  ' "In   Canadian   towns  the    railway  station  is  tho centre of activity of  the town, and wc shall do our best  -that  every  man, woman  and'   child  within reach of a railway station in  the Dominion shall see the 'Made in  Britain' train.  great common M^hood" dominated  by the highest ideals.    ........  This may or may not mean an organic union of all denominations.  When thee aro np fundamental differences Buch union surely should take  place. Why not? But whon real differences exist in practice or belief or  temperament there is surely the possibility of working out a scheme by which  each group ma"y express TtI"reTlgTtJlis  life in Its own way without a severance from the common life of 'th������  community. In one religious meeting  one man may kneel, to pray while another stands* anl a third remains seated, yet all may be really united in  spirit. Wny not apply this principle to  groups and along hroarjer lines?  But the commuiiityrcfiurchmust be  more than a common spiritual meeting-place. It must do more than ualto  all Into a common spiritual fellowship.  Ijt should be iho soul of the community, inspiring and dominating all its  activities. It should be a moral power  house from w-hich go forth thoso mysterious electrical currents that,are  transformed into the light and heat  and motive power which the community re(]ujres in order "to maintain its  highest 'life:'  > Traditionally, the activities of- the  church have'i'been very limited.   The  Will   Start  ;*-lext  Summer  on   Work  .of Surveylnq, Charting and'Souna-  Ing the Ocean or. a Scale Not Approached Since 1872. *      .  J.  Poster  Stackhouse'u . expedition  originally intended for Antarctic exploration has developed luto a scheme  for surveying, sounding and charting  the ocean on a scale which, lt is assorted, has not boon approached slneo  the, .famous Challenger expedition of  18*72-79. -* -  Mr, Stackhouso, explaining hia plans  said: "Wo shall start next December  and tho voyago will last six or seven  yoars. Tho route wlll bo, London to  Iceland, thonco across the Atlantic to  Nova Scotia, taking soundings on tho  way upon-the aito of tho Titanic disaster. From Halifax tho vessel will  proceed to the Azores and then down  tho "backbone" of. Ul.Q Athletic to the  firaj-ii'ian island "of Trinidad, examining all ixirUons of tho ocean whoro no  soundings have hitherto been made.  Then wo will go to Uio De Janice, to  tho southeast of which tliero is a  great sand bank on the trade route  and then around, Capo Horn, whero  only, half dozen soundings have been  made.'' , i;    ���������  "Then wo shall go1 to Montevedio  and Buenos Ayres examining other  banks on the way. From, thoro wo go  to Capo Town, via Tristan Da Cunah  and from the Cape we start tho Antarctic part of tho expedition, making  a westerly point reached by Sir D.  Mawson's expedition. Then.we go to  thQ .Sandwich Inlands.,.���������������>-.---���������-   "TiieTasT"6f"~ioun'dlng the Pacific  ocean wlll become one bf the utmost  Importance with the opening of tho  P&aaiaa canal to the shipping of the  world  Australian Convicts Reforest 500 Acres  of Waste Land of the State  According to a recent report of tlio  forestry department of New South  Wales, .'good cor due* convicts at the  state prison, instead of breaking stone,  are now engaged In the more- uselul  ami healthful work of replanting wi'h  trees thewasta lands of the state. At  one pr'son alone 25,000 trees, mostly  American ash and pines were1 planted ln 1913, and so successful have  thoso plantations, been that this work,  will bo considerably extended 'a ibo  present year.  A similar Idea has been worked out  successfully by the city of San Diego  In California,  which  possesses  7,000  FOR IHE CONTROL OF  ALL WIRELESS OPERATORS MUST  NOW HAVE A LICENSE FROM  NAVAL   DEPARTMENT  Regulations H we Been Issued Governing Operation of Ali Radio-Telegraph Equipment in the, Dominion-  Amateurs Have Caused Serious Inconvenience. .  Elaborate regulations havo been is-  Africa from-Maretlus to Zanzibar and  from Zanzibar to the-Seychelles islands on- the north of which there are  great banks on-'tho route to India. We  then go to Bombay, and thence to  Singapore, Hong Kong, China and  Japan. Q        ,'���������  , "The members of our expedition will  number twelve, scientists, with six officers and eighteen or nineteen sailors.  All have signed on for seven years. To  carry out all our plans" we, ��������� require  a further sum of $125,000- So far we  have rc-eclved no government grant"  sued by the naval department govern-,  acres of barb rolling "sand laud at. a ' irg the Issuing of licenses and the cou-  distance of ten-miles from the city A trol of operation of all rndio-tekgraph  trained forestur was engaged to make equipments ,n Jnnitda, whether in .tho fc,  this land prollt-yieldlng and under his, hands of amateurs or for commercial  direction the city's unemployed have {purposes, either on laud or lit Cannd-  bcen glvon work planting this area Ian registered vessels. The regula-  wlth trees suitable to tho nature of tho tlons aru based on the uniform rules  drawn up two years ago by the Inter- .  national Itiidio-Tolegraph convention. ,  Thoy apply not only to tho "profess-  loniil" wlrelCM* operator, but also to  the hundreds of amateur operators  throughout Ca-.ndiill'-whoso indiscriminate sending out of wavo-lengths would  lf uncontrolled leao to serious. Interference wi'h the work of governmental or coinmorei.il stations.  . Hereafter ������ve:y wireless operator  must havo a license from tho naval  service ..dopnrtinont and must comply with all tho conditions' of Buch  license, on penalty of a lino not exceeding fifty dollars or three months'  imprisonment. For a limited coast  station license the annual chargo is  $10; for a public commercial license,  $50; for a private coimnorclnl license,  $10; for ;.n experimental license, $5,  and for an amateur license, $1.  Provision is made in ��������� each llcenso  for the character of the, wave-lengths  to be,used and the range allowed. Al' 7  amateur operator- are required when :  operating to  listen  for    the    Blgnal '  "Stop," which will indicate that they,,  aro Interfering with commercial bind-.  ness.   If that signal is heard tho operator must Etop until It Is cancelled by,  a duly authorised government station.  A distinctive call for each station is  allotted with tho license, and no station must be worked by anyone not  holding at  least  an  amateur  expo-1-  niental cor'Ideate of proficiency secured from tho naval service department. .  For ocean-going vessels,   It is pio-  vided  that  there must  be  an  otner-'  gency sou:*ce of power for operating.,  instantly available,    and    hours    are,  specific:! during which thp operators:  must be constantly "on watch,"  country,. Other cities In tho United  States that have found it necessary to  purchase nnd reforest largo areas on  tho waters'.odB governing their wator-  supply hnvo advantageously .:scd the  same kind of labor. The primary purpose of such reforestation is not, however, to furnish work to the unemployed, but to' develop n r.rofltnMo  source of revenue from land which  would otherwise remain unproductive.  City forests of this kind nre uot, ns  yot, in vogue, in this country. Perhaps the only city forest in Canada Is  that at Guelph, Ont., where a small  area has bioii, pla.ittd surrounding tho  springs which furnish tho city's water  supply. In many of the counties tf  Eastern Canada, however, are. largo  areas of waste land, originally forested, nnd caapble. only of producing forests. Ontario has a Counties Reforestation Act making possible the ac-  qujsjiign o������juch .waste.land fgr reforestation purp6?es by "municipal councils, but up to the present time only  one county has availed itself of (,1.1s  Opportunity Quebec and tho Dominion government have also passed legislation to encourage tree planting, and  the Dominion lorestry branch In the  "Then we go back to Cape Town -ast. fiscal year distributed nearly 4,'  and thenco to Mauretius examining 000,000 trees from the nurseries at lathe banks of the* south coast of South dian  Head  forwoodlot  planting  In  Western Canada.  The growing of forest trees on waste  land can in most cases be mado a profitable,, undertaking, besides providing  labor to a considerable number.of men,  yet no extensive reforestation has as  yet been done in Eastern Canada.  UNIQUE   FEATURES   AT   BALL  COMMISSION TO DEVELOP EMPIRE  Given  Fancy  Two Hundred and Thirty Men  Have  Been Celected to Give' Evidence  TELEGRAPHING PHOTOS  Demonstrator   Declared   That Photographs WM! Soon ba Wlj-pjj From  1 New Vork to London  Land beyond the. Strand in Westminster is being more and more eagerly sought after as sites for business  premises, the flight of business from  the city ,*.o tho west having been a  most striking development- Nevertheless plots in the city retain the distinction o-: being among-the dearest  In the world  For property near the centre . cf  the city $16,250,000 ���������nn acre is not  an unusual prico, '.and some time  ago $5,000,000 was' refused for tho  site of the ihurch in Austin Friars. ���������  The threo acres on which the Ban;:  of '��������� England. stands have a marketable'valuo of $35,000,000 at a low  estimate," while,.land adjoining, the'  hank has realized $350 nnd $400 n  square foot freehold, and In King  Wlliam street $200 and $250 a foot;  The total value of the city's square  mile may ho placed at about $1,250,-  000,000.  EXHIBITS FROM CANADA DESIRED  "* . .it? ..,.*   r ��������� ���������*" *"���������' -.������    ������������������   ��������� ,  Hecontly, a demonstration was given  of the telecogr-iph. an electrical Invention whioh relnoducoB a photograph ftt  a distance Ab easily as an lUmLfJi:  news. VaHt-Uu portraits oj.VW a ills-  tn'nco o\ tht hundred mirOH Wort? trans-  milted* Tho dsmonBtWator foclaved  thill recent etfiio'r'fMlYt-j' showed that  b'etovo long plctuVe* "Wiiild be flashed  ;    bul Ween New Y^wHnd London. Furth.  ,' tt deyo'.hiiHi'pnt* wll!/1>o tho transmit)-  '"pioiy'bf phnV^'by wlroloss. A domon-  Btvatlon of "this/"process Is promised  within the next/ two months.  KMeAVoucLloi-s In Very Few Mlnutea  ..-,   'i^o Sout-i African mall brings   a  ;'tffory of how Mrs, Dohvporto, wife of  ��������� Kin official of tho Dolagoa   Railroad,  1 bagged four lions in a fow mlnutos, In  ! In r husband's absence, sho received  word that Ihns had klllod an antelopo  * few miles away.    Accompanied by  two natives, Mrs. Dolnporto found sk  lions dovourlng tholr prey. Sho killed  two boforo they   roallozd their dan-  B<?r, a third whllo it was escaping and  the fourth, which attomptod to charge,  alio Htoppod with a hullot In tho cyo  nt n distance of eight yards,  The other *wo got nway, hecauso hor  ammunition waB exhausted.  - ������������������ ���������*������������������"������  "tWbal-go    Llftfed    ty    United States  Pdlnts���������IPubl'e Demanded the  b-I'dplays  CnnaA'iati Ahlbita are wanted 'atll***  AmorlcR**** fairs this year. W. J.  White, *\Vho looks after AmerloWh emigration for tho Canadian gCv'orhmont,  roports thnt there has bocri "a chango  of scntlmont across the ]-\t\e In regard  to displays by Canada. For ijevoral  yoars thoro has hton fl'growing; nntiiB*  onlsm to the attractive dlsplnjs made  by the Canadian 'tiemigration depict-  mont at state exhibition. They attracted attention aim tiok pooplo from tho  Unitod States'1'O'Canada.  The Artfdwcp.n roul estate men  ralBPd objections and the result wiib  Relic of Nepoleon'a Army  KnglUh Boldloro, whilst carrying out  hulldlng excavatlotiB at Alexandra,  liavo jiiat found two BkclotoiiB and  bono fragments which have boon  proved to holonB to French soldiers  who died on Nnpoloon'a expedition to  Egypt. Thono romnlnR Imvo boon  handed over by the English military  nnlhnrlMi'R to thi* Freneh rnnnnl - nnd  thoy will In duo course bo transported  to Cairo, alitito thvy a Hi bo iaid with  fitting coremoney In tho aarcophagufl  wherein repose tho bndlp* of thoso  of their companies that havo already  boon dlBcovorod,  fcadium Will Projec. Man to the Moon  According to M. Chnrles Nordham.  of tho T'nrlB observatory, man may  yet travol to the moon Jnlsde a por-  jectile, although hardly in to violent  a mnnnor as would reRiilt from an tx-  porlment lipon tho linos detailed ly  Julca Verne.  nadlum, gays M- Nordman, will afford tho motive powi-r, vlilch must he  400 times m-.rp Intense thn*i nitroglycerine. And an appliance'to slew  down the projectile when It reaches  the moon will be necessary.  that Iii M'vorai states, Including New  York, Illinois anl Minnesota, spaco  was refused Canada. But tho poople  nilflBe'il tho Canadian show and tho  nianagomont of th<������ fnlrs hnvo como to  the conclusion that thoy cannot do  Without this atti action. Therefore  Syracuso. N.Y., and Sprlnglleld, 111.,  havo romovov tho embargo and have  Invited Canada to mako display tludr  year. .In o-ldltiot- tlioro havo been  invitations from nn unusually largo  number of 'ocal ralra.  Mr. Whlto says '.hat while thoro Ihib  boon a falling olT In arrlvnlB from tho  Unitod States till? year, those who  havo como brougfc- moro wealth with  thom than any- who nrrlved In the  pnat. Ho also nays that there aro  praotlenlly no pooplo moving from  Wostorn Canada t-J tho Unitod St'atOB.  "Tho opening up for settlement of a  big Mountain Indian reservation this  Biimnior Ib likely to chock tho movo-  mont ot the immigration Irom tho  flful'- lor aumc lime.  world "has-"iTee'irdivrded: into, sacred  and "secular, and the' church has religiously confined herself to the ' so-  called "sacred." .In these latter ,da>;s  we lire gradually half-fearfully'Tetr joyfully awakening to a new conception  of life. . One ot these days we,  shalll bodly proclaim tho glorious  truth-"there ie no scculnr." "A sacred  day," "all days'are sacred;" "a sacred building," -'all buildings are sacred, yes, - eveiy bu?h Is aflame with  God;" "a sacred calling," "all callings  are sacred;"'"a sacred sorvice," "all  service is sacry-d." We stand at the  dawn of the better ancl brighter day.  The church's work is as' broad as  human welfare.  Woll, then, what Is the work of tho  community church? What, we ask,  does the community need? Education?  Recreation? Batter business organization? Public conveniences? A library? A social centre? It is tho work  of tho truo community church to sect  that these are provld<$,  This does ������ol*yio"6'6ii's&Hly mean that  the church building must become a  school or Tijibrarjr,*6r"'a club house or.  a ch^Vub'af of coinmerce p���������r a.n.l1Pt?i_or  *t bath houso. Tho church Is the'pow-  -6'i* Tioiise',' The church should so inspire, and educate and direct tho coVn-  mtinity thought nnd life thnt tho*'*  community noels would bo met.,  But as a n.rttor of fact WoW 'our  communities arc new and B'm'aft and  poor; wlico thoy are .divided nnd uneducated and nnloJ and lYnWaplred tho  host courso for the corhnYnnlty church  Is often to use lift Iiu'lldlngs to house  some of tho coinmnYnTy activities and  tluifl at one* m6n'i*tW immediate'need  anddomonsirate \vhat can and should  be dono.  If the cMirch la tho only mooting  place, why mA. hold meetings In It  every night In tlio weak?  If tho young  it~D I ffe rent-Points-^������������������*���������:���������  F. T. C. O'Hara, deputy minister of  trade and commerce, who has been up  pointed local officer in Canada for the  Domiino'n trade commission, stated  that tho principal boards of trade-  throughout the country are taking" an  active interest in the visit of tho commission in August, and September, and-  they are 'materially assisting in the  preparation of the various subjects to  be dealt with. These, will include  every phase of tho commercial nnd Industrial lifo and the natural resources  of tho country. An immense amount  of information has already been given  to the commission ln England. Tho  names of 230 men have been selected  from tho departments of the Dominion and provincial, departments and  from the business life boforo tho commission at different points In the tour.  Tn connection with railways and  railway finance, the. comm'fssrdti   will  JpoBtng extensions   and   capital    ana holluayB  debt.    In rogard  to trade they wlll  tako   up   Improvement of statistical  method^ PxhlljUlons, British empire  tHftHvorKi   misrepresentation*!   and  mlsiloBdt'lptlon, syEtom of trado com-  talnt&'ris and, tjornoraUQIlfii. Thoy will  liiftcti8s legislation,   Including doublo.  Incomes, patpnt rights, copspllfjutlon  of the commorcl.il laws of tlio empire  and organization, Include   tho oBtnb*  llshment   of an   organized and joint  fund for tho goneral purposo of development of tho empire and its resources and also nn omplro development board for assisting In tho rals-  InK of loans for purposes of utility  upon the most favorablo terms, nnd  for bringing nbout Imporlal co-opora-  tlon In matters of common Interest.  In Aid of the Blind,  Charges Were Made  ��������� There were many novel features  about the inverted Cinderella Bali for  tho blind, which was hold in the Sav.y  hotel In London'; recently. The tickets  cost $26 each. But as-the attendance  was limited to 1.200,������$50 was readily  paid for a single ticket. The price,  "n7owcY"er~waB notrthe"- nfosHstriking-  feature of this wonderful ball wnich  owed Its origin and success to C Arthur Pearson, whose campaign for tha  ���������National Institute for the Blind has  been so cr.nsirtently successful. Some  exceptional features were that the ball  started at midnight and ended long  after breakfast, which was served i.t  3 a.m. ' Thero wore no tangoes mid  no maxlxes.  Two dance0' were especially composed for thp ball, one a- Waltz, the  other a ragtime, but the distribution  of valuable presents by lottery, a  lucky bag aad other exciting items  provided tho groatcst novelty, The  lottery prizes Included a $3,000 automobile, somo costly gowns nnd hats,  dressing cubos, cabinets of cigars,  clothes for men and silver plates and  from tho lucky bag, weird prizes RoP  ore, such as tickets for aeroplane  flights, tickets for dinners at famous  roBtajirjyjts and tickets for" summer  INTENSIVE FARMING PAYS SWISS-  Twenty-aci* Man Scores Success by  Scientific Method  How they make American citizens In  Nebraska and how Intensive farming  contributes to that end is' shown ih  the case cf' Martin a- young Swiss,  who made "his anpearnnco": in Pawnej  The costumoB worn wero moro  amazing than evor. Perhaps tho most  startling wnfl that worn by Mjtu Co^-.  mo Hamilton���������a slcovoloss ftowofod  creation with unattached cuffs and  fourfold trouserettes In tho Chlncflo  manner.  peoplo hnvo no lit placo for recreation why not mako Ihe church a buc-  lal centro? Suroly our boyB nnd gMB  are moro sacred than atone and boards  and plaster! The church must learn  that it oxistB n-jf to bo mlnlnloroil unto  but to minister. Tlm community  church must work out n programme  hy which It can mlliiBlor to all tho  needH of tho entire comnninlty.-rCon-  trlbiiled by tlio Canadian Wolfnro  Lenguo.  Turns Loeie Litter Worth $50,000  Whllo hunting In the woods In IlautB  county, N.S., a Hawden farmor recently  8trnlns of Gramophone Over Wireless*  Tlio strains of a grnmophoiio piny-  Ing tho Morry Widow Waltz and God  Savo tho Kli.g wero heard lately by  wlroloBB on Mio NoiBon ntenniRlilp Highland Scot during a voyago to riiieViO*8  AyroB by the third officer of thn boat  pi*suing Vigo at tho time* It Wan af-*  ttrwanlB Coujul, .tjiat the fthlti   from  which tho wlroIoHB cjTrivS was it prl.  vale jitcnt Zai iiiiu-s lowiy.    jSiguor  Mnrronl,  rnnnnrntln'r  r.Ji  lhr*  *-''*v,i,lI  Bnlih ''They wr*,o prohnhly experiment ,'  lng'wlth a gramophone and wlrclr^  telephone transmitter aboard a, prirni-  yach.t.   Tunes are   trniinuiUTod:   Wi  caught iii*-!** this way; 1 neverV,,^  barn in which he found six fox pupn, | iiuico, hut It Ir quit*. poBBlljVe, K  Germans are Skeptical  Tho tew Gorman newspapers that  comment on Sir Percy Scott's thofils  that wo have rcachoil the end of the  battleship, ago, aro frankly Bkoptlenl.  Tho C!oiiBtr**atIvw PoBt, after expressing tho usual BUBplcIonB that Sir  Percy's loiter Ib Blmply Intended to  hoodwink Gormany, points out that  the Fronch government once fell Jiuo  a Bimllnr trap when Admiral Oo\o*flib  suggested thnt tho nowly InvonlM torpedo boat had reduced bnllleuhlpH to  tho valiio.^fjoriip Iron. France then  hiirrlPdVbulft ir'opod'o hoatu, but, later  waB obliged orninlly hurriedly to return to battolflhlpB. Tho journal con-.j  sldcra thr.t owlii������ to a cr(Up/0u11v(Ty  narrow nffMIVo radllib tiu\ \Uh\ftbty  ^JiMLiiUUl ftStlflontJort*, etc. tho  Rubinarlnp can nover vendor battle*  RhlpB UflOloBB, ove������, (f*\\,0 hitler were,  an thoy aro imS^irtViplotoly powerlosa  HKiilnBt Hiiji^fto attack,  EmprftBB Had to Die In Ancient Toklo  Tho Jnpaneso aro very tenacious In  their adherence to rule, not even  death being allowed to break their  law.  On this account thn lato dowager  EinprcBs hnd to moot hor death, in  tho official cense, In a different town,  from that whicli alio had paBflod away  actually*  She had died In her palnco In the  courttry. But' the Japanese hold that  a nu'inhcr of Jhe Imperial family can  die nowhere oxcept In Toklo. Therefore tlio dead emproRB, theorcllciilly  still alive, journeyod from her country pl&ro to tho pnlnco In Toklo witli  all tho coromonlnl thnt attended her  jiiovomnnts when living.  Troops lined the Htreola nnd pr<*'  minted nriiifl at tho pnRR0,d. Only the  great crowds In Iho (JireoTfi, flt.ajulljii;  lu Hllence liiBtcnd of loudly cheering,  hotrayed the fact thnt the Imprrliil  carrlaKO contalnnd a dead woman.  City fifteen years ago. He worked for -  threo yoars as a farm hand, hid maximum  wage being $li"> a 'month    and  board, and at the end of that time ho  ,  had a few. hundred dollars with which  ho"bought 'a  piece  o[  poor  land:at   ���������'  $12.50,an acre.    It  wns only  twinty  acres, but lie has stuck to tliat little  patch those years and is .well known  as the "twenty acre farmer."  The land is now worth $150 an acre,  ar.d he Is nearlng the polut where if.  will yield him $150 per acre por year.  lie has an Irrigation1 system,  winch," ���������  however, ho seldom uscb, but he rather welcomes a dry season, for that  makes products higher, and,he never  has a crop failure     His crops como  just a lltUj earlier than thoWo of any *  other farmer, and consequently ho gets  a hJsjMm Pli������P tliii" ***8 ne'Elibors.  ��������� Ho discovered a fow years ago that  his farm was trying to get nway from  him tlrough th'-* washing of tho si-ll  to anothor mnn'B farm, and be accordingly built a,.dyko, which saved bio  soil,    and at tho sam^'time he got  plenty of washings from another farm.  TifnolnTiTgT - "    ?!  A specialty with him Ib the taking,  of prizes on hia products,    and    ho-  bagged $1,450 ln that way last yenr. 1ih  his Immodlato vicinity   ho Ih burred,  from compotltlo-.. because no one else-  would havo any chance against him,  and the county ln which ho liven pays.  him $75 a year not to enter. The deportment of ugrltnlturo Is B������ld to h������vo<  offered hlni $2,500 a year to act hbi  demoiiBtrator on IiIb own land, but he  refused it.  This caBo Ib regarded as an lllnslration of what can be dono by any.farm--  or,,through tho application of H������l������ntl������  lie methods and persistent Industry.  DUMPED  IN   UNITED  9TATE3  CLAIMS TO HAVE SOLVED SECRET  Company   Will   Develop Invention���������  Ve*������e| Welflhlntj Thirteen Ton������    -  to Fly Safely  It \t nhnohnced that lltO'^VUViRtrong-  WhltwoWh Compnny bin*1 **!i������rldrd   io  ilfvelop tho '.nvonWri 'of a working  miner hanie^'CjIfmflt*lining, who Lo-  Hovo'h ho 1<TTh HoIWi lho secret i.f safe  ^f,..  frtflrtr  four blacks and two patches, The  Utiwdon man took tho Utter hbmc and  made houaohnld petn of llmm until  thoy boenmo quite tnmft nnd lapped  milk llko kittens, A nelghbov who  happened to boo tho pups Informfti  thulr owner I'liil H was ngnltiBt the  law to keep them In cnptlv  Unwden man bclug afraid  Ing tho law snd th������ ron  buHr at onro hirnrd the  Thf-y wrt<- valueij hy <������������������������������������������  worth at Icarft J50,000.  phono tiii.es haw boon ufnt/W "wlro-  Iphb toloplionjv Trom a Ma-y-oni-'liouso  to my hoiiBo-at Fawlos^ne^rM'itliatnii-  ton."  \r,\ nnalylBt Undo that -ttt������ wore -genuine, 18 practically. ���������*genViln'ik������ ,Mul fl  ndultorated. Of 20 Vamplos '^VHected  Hi the prov men of yupiifi', fvnerc Ji  wns chn.rg.xl that olconmrtjiifino was  being offered for.- aulo, bh Were found  to bo genuine.  "Women Dttecth/es to t)enl With 'SufT^  Wo������*n "otoctlVPH are now ompW."-  od til isiK'ri^- ofea'^'ontt at the Ikp'-'O  craft bun*, from IiIh doslgiiB, Although  wolghir/g nion- than thirteen Ions,  will 1ft.II around the world f wllliout  ii,t.n������;tr *>.,������ \iwiii.n;, v.mi ������'��������������������� iviu.wu  Bl.t'fi flvo daya without requiring, a ro-  nfWJll Of BlippllCB.  Gni Burners Tor Hudson Bay  The marine department Ir Remllng  lho governmint stenmer    Minto    to  Bay, to p!ac������ automat 1  Goods Made In Enollsh Jails Are  Shipped to America  Harry Hawcs, of St. IxiiiIh, nppcnttid  before the rennto cominlttoo oil maim-  facturcB In support of a bill to prohibit the Importation of convict and  pauper-jjindo goods- He Raid lie repro-  BontHllif*_hgt{t_aiid shoo nmuufnetiircra  $>1 fit-ToulB^*""'  ITawea told tlin I'Oi'iimiltce thnt tho  convlcta In' llie United StaloH wero  produrlnij: $',11,000,000 worth of gondii  a yrfiVr, and that abroad It wiih id-  tlniatf'd that convicts produced $500,*  MO.ono worth.  The convlclH In this country wco  paid on an avorngp GO t" 75 centh a  day, nnd In foreign countries from  5 to 25 rrntu a day.  In Knglluh prlflonp tho men were  not paid a.iything, and undor tho  law, i-ontracuim for prlHOicmudo  irnmls worn not allowed to well prison-  made goods In Kui'luiid. Uiu guods  uia Ai;i������i.-eA In V-.e VuL-ii P1:H'*!' he  declared. In competition with American labor.  Pontine on Newspapers Increased  It l������ announced, that  In  order lo  miM't Xfjc* cunt o  tm* -inm-aM-ii ������ui*bioy  to nillwiiyn for the carrying of malM  the poHt office deparlinent has decided  to incronsn tlu* poBtago on nowsimpers  and periodIwilr.   The preHent cbntyh  Ih one-quarter of a cent per pound. It  Ih proposed ln the future tc chnrge  ono '���������'���������nt per -���������op)' I'** vnnort dcllv."**'!  Where tln*M is nn  III TH�� N!W3. Cf/MBKHLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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1* fJ"U. 4 piftceo	
'���    ��� uv.'A rii-acou	
'     tf'<:nk��t. with Caps,.
.p.. T-irr.bJ .*:..'	
7
1^
9
 , /5e a'sot
..,.$1.00 and $8.00.
 ,5Qc a doxon
..  ..... fiOe a dozen
���ink and  Pepper Shnkor*- Horry Sots   etc.  etc.
���!
���i
������������.c oni Stock of .Furniture,   House" Furnishings"
-SVall I'apei-s, Ranges,   etc. etc.  .
MAROCCHI BROS
GROCFRS   8t   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS
ioe
t>..-i\
'The Furniture Stor
"lo>-l=, A.MOKINNON     ��n"ilCTland
���n * ***** tMJt r*t iru *f*.**m
NiR*iwti>ti(ia��'n*iM��W4iii��l*-rMa
(fl
i\ci :
Fora
T
ie
i <;{ k.
ifthf Will Win?
A Momentous Period
���    it*'
The Kniancipation of Tlie Hum-
an Race at Stake
THIS V. Aii   ��� ���'���   one to    lhe
-death,    ll ���.���s,t-:.iany wmis Great      '-WK ARE NOW   KNGAG
Uiir.iiu will    hi-   cyiiAilA    and  KD in a druggie whicli has   no
humbled.    SU  will,  no   longer ,]ess a��� *ssiie at iS(flke   (lian   tlje
be able to -ai.'..- her proud head, emancipation of the human,race.
���Canada can    hardly   expect    to   People   have   been   talking.and
Agents for Pilsener Drewing Company's HHKR
Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of
Wines and Liquors.
SECOND, STREET I
< scape. Germany wan's colon
ii-s ilia I she can rule with the
���sword. ,.lf tlie ali*es :uc beat
.en she will undoubtedly swoop
(down ou our country ns the
���1 ichest prize of the' whole war.
Canadians in that event
���would lay down their lives    to
��� lhe last man iu order that their
���cherished ( aims might endure.
'There"is a love of freedom in
'���lhe Lucas's of the Anglo-Saxon
which* makes them ready to
ti'iiso livins* a? .-0011 na ili'-Mf iilier-
iy i-i out.off. There ic'a wild fan.
itk.i-.-ijj wliich will not he .downed
iiiiicu it.i�� moused.   ,
Men are ju**t now aidiing ifi here
- -j-.' Mich a bftinn as n (��(>d thnt lie
would permit Ei:ch a enrnnge to
io 1 :ike placo. We helievo there is
.Ai.d hecaiiPc h��; ' in murchinu on
���,i hi- groat conflict is upon us.
Julia ' Ward'H'HVo (aught Ihe
j n| elliiif*  motive   in   ihe   little
. .Hymn of the Republic when the
1..nit n wiiti in tl.e thine* of the
A'treui Civil War In ihe armed
Jios s hy the side of their camj>
.1* ft 'feho read the iiio.iuin^. 'Our.
<ti"d i-> nuircliiiig on," i-ho Pa dr. It
u,is (i.moral quo-lion tlnii was up
for decision  in   the" om.fiict   ovor
���Mil WIT.
,, Tln-re could he only one outcome
-I 1 ihu? Piruji'gle. High!, i- might
nml h uiior or l.i-cr iiiuii p-evail.
it "od did nmreh on in ilut o.ikj mid
ino nation wnij I'oru again ihrough
1 Iih I hi pi ih m by fire.
There c.ui he but ono outcome
io ihi.- great wur. Tho lures of
,1'idiuhleiiii.t-nt will pivviiil. Hu'i
iiiiriiould not d-dude nurse vis hy
iiiiiilaog ihe victory h going to lie
,<iii ciii'y one.���Ex,
11
II
NOTICK.
llolv 'rrinirvCliure.il "���'   Kng-
lnnd, ('ninhi'i')iiiu].
,wiTvii.!i's for   Sunday,  Sept.. JiJ,
.h Siinduv after Tnnitv.
Mm in*. Litany and  sennuii, at.
n. in.
Evensong nnd sermon  7 p, in.
Smi'iiiy K-.liool in  church   !j,!i()
|i. 111.
lv-ery Wedm^day   evening dn
iih;* .Siipti'iuliiii'   there   will   hn a
'.rn'it-e of Intereeiiiihui  held iu thu
i-i.iiir.li nt ^ o'eloi-l;.
Ohus, A. dcYere White,
Clergyman in Charge ol' hirish.
MKTnODlSTGMURCHSUM
p,\.V SKKVK'VS
i'libiio   Woi.iiiijj   iSiiJivia)', i i
n 111. ami 7 p. i".
llible Study  (K.   School) a ,v>
f>. in.
^ <uiny I-oople'sSiiei-jiy-���Mon"
ti;i\, H p. 111.
Ladies Aid  -l**ii*-t 'I'm-.^lay of
i.\ei\ month, at 7.30 !>��� �������
._..(��� ���
T!:c wur wiii    ;"���   *��'.'i*r   l-ffori*
i     ���' uriii'i.iii tr ...j- <;������� ijeri<
,Yfli:v |!aiii;r, of .\-m.:m��', wn"
itf bri'A*. o".  \V<*-|r*,*->':iV
thinking about the advisability
of disarmament and the giving
up of tlid senseless butchery
whicli arming niifailingly brings
about.
Things have come' to such a
pass now that thetwo sentiments
are arrayed in opposite camps���
militatiani represented in the
person of the Kaiser aud the
hosts which he'leads and disatm
anient as the .dominating sentiment of Great Britain and her
allies.
If the Kaiser wins the course
of civilization will be turned.
The earth will be plunged into
another long period of enthral-
dom to brute force   and autocra
_._,*     Ml A ...-1 ,tj Ml_l   __
-viC-wiiis" rv luie-Oi iruii w'in~be
gin, the ending of which is not
within the power of men to see
'-Whenever a great moral semi
ment'eumes iu contact with im���
bedded traditions of the past
there i.s always sooner or later
fierce conflict. Institutions and
traditions of the past die hard.
In this conflict militarism is the
question which is on trial.  -���
If.Great l>ritaiu and her allies
win there will be peace ou
earth ancl men will bc allowed
to develop accouliug'to the finer
promptings of their natures,
If the human race is virile en
ough to cast it out forever it will
be emancipated  and the, course
of developin.eirent will   not   be
arrested.''���Revelsiokc Review.
vS. 8, Channeiy commencing
A no; until, will arrive at LTnioii
May ut 0.30 p. in, Wednesday
and Friday, and will leave I'liion
Hay, Thursday moniiiio at S, and
011 Friday at 12 midiiiolit, No
change i/i Cowi'dinn's eched 11 le.
P. Phillipps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVYANCING
DUNSMUiR AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
���J��.J��,J~J..J,.!^.!..j.^..!..!..|..J..Jw".^..?<.j..J��.j..|.J<  ."��^..J..J..?,.!..!��j..J..J..J..J..J��.j..J..[..J..J..J��.j��.j����"
t
REDUCED
Messrs KiirrhitrlttM and Foster
will mid roan a meet nig of the !'.
M. W. of A,, in the Cr.ion Mall
on Thursday I'vonino; .-0 a posted
notice says,
'HUB'
JmjAlX
rnxrin
XXlJu
for   your   Sandai*,
vSodiis,  lco   Cream,
atid    Confectionery
KIUHT, CKJAllS,  TOF.ACCOS
"WUlie"
Tuesday's war ijcp was wy\
ciicosinirjinjij, It looks as if the
(rennuiir were nbout .slut tiii|j: on
their   lioinewitr-l    hike.    A    fe*\
untie ill ,Mi* 1|IHI1  i'o ll."ii  !>;i\i.lil*l.-,
'* :������;:"  I'- '������',i''.'i*'   ir-:i''e!-��
Cumberland- to Union Hay  io'c. for two minutes-
Cumberland lo Kanny lh\y .��..;... r20c. for two minutes
Fanny Hay to Cumberland 20c. for two minutes
Fanny Hay to.Taylors  .... 15c. for two minutes
Fanny Buy to Union bay ' 1.0c. for two minutes;
��   Union Hay to Courtenay 20c for two in in tiles.
1*   Union Hav to Cumberland ioc. for two minutes
���J*   Union Hay to Fanny Hay ioc. for two in inn tes
Also   special   night   rates
Hetween 7. p. ni. and 8 a. m.
to all points iu British Columbia,.
Three Times lhe Regular Day Period for the Regular Day Rate.
EPT Make Appointments Any Time During the Day
Hi.Hiim.IWIM.MI
B.C. Telephone Co. Ltd.
'i���.'^'^'^'^'^^',^'^w^'i'^M*'^���*���^"^*l**l"'l**l*"^^^, |M'>4**>fr'l���*'^^���^*^,,^^��^fi^M,"l'**^,l,'^"^''^*
Owing lo the many denmnd-* up.
un peoplu's generosity, incident
to tho European war, tho liiidies'
llospitid Auxiliary has decided to
have llospitid Tug Day postponed
illdefinitolv.
HALAOLYVA CAP
A rcipioRt lm* been 111 mio fnr tlio lliila-
cluva G-pof "-Kittiuoat yarn" nml Iwo No
7 limn) or wnmluii nvuillu>.
Cukt ou 7'J stlleliuu mul knit In ribs
three [>l da and tliroo purl for 8fl rmvn,
Knit 57 Htitolicfl, vtlll in riliH, thon turn
anil knit 42,
Tliero will now ba 15 HtiUhoo Ifftun-
Unittnil at cacti end ol tlm noodle, wliich
dan lio Hltppid oa to two Hpiuo iiocilloH,
('nntinuo btrfi'i'ht on in ribs lorIW rowH,
Tlnm jirocccd to ehaputlio hcmliilcco.
Knit 111 rilw 3D alitolim, hrnvlng tliroo
klitohcH nt tlio end,
Xuru auu KiiH ,10 Biitcla-d, iuiivuig tnruc
Itk (j.U  tll'l,
Turn ami knit S3, leaving iii* tt tlio
iti A,
Turn tixl knit 'IU lonviu-* Hix bt tho oiul.
Turn nnd knit '71, louvinf* nin* at the
end.
Turn 11 ml ki.il 'It, having oina ��t tba
<>ii().
Turn anil knit 21, leaving twtlvo nt tlio
end.
Turn nod knit IB, l-m'iti? tw��lt'i)at flic
IflKl.
1    Turn prd knit JJl, h.v'.ng fillrnn -t t*i�� *
I 4*1,(7,
Turn nnd knit six, leaving 18 nt tho
ond,
Next row knit in ribs to tho end, atid
pick up lSatitohcH down tho nido of tlio
licud plfco nn to (ho liool of a Hlookiiif*.
Turn and knit in ribii, beginning with
throo purl to tho onil; pick up 18 atitolioi
at tbo nppoBito Ri'do of tho hoadpioco, Turn
and knit na in provioua row, bo-*intiiii(**
witli tlirco purl, but procood at in ahnp-
iiiK tlio bond, loaviiut tlirco atitohoa at tho
ond for two rowH, thon loavin-jf six stitch-
uh nt tlm imde, and ao on until IH atitohea
nro loft ut tlio end of oach iiocdlo. Then
turn and knit to lho onil and pick up tho
I ft Ntitcboa loft on Ihn aparo miodlo,
Turn ntfaiu and knit to tbo cud, ploklng
uii up tho other If* Ktilchos left on tho otb
or aparo tiuxllo.
Tlioro will be now 108 Htltnlm-*, knit 'A
rows,
Cati ofl' nnd ��ew tho uidoa of tho knitting togcibor,
Thn fihnvn dlrootirm* woro publiflliod In
tbo I>oiidon Daily Mail at tbo South African war, and tho cap wan found vory Hnt-
infactory at that timo.
^ritika Bottle of ^Usenet,
"faith your meals
Notice the good effect on appetite and digestion.
PILSENER BRGWINO CO., LTD.
also'distributors for U.B.C and   Ncwiife.Beers, Nanaimo
g
FOR THESE HOT DAYS
Chikli'on's Rompers, Wwh  Jilousos  k Suits  ',.
Dresses,  (.'ashmen! Coat?,  etc! ,.
l.adios' Waists,   Jsio-ht Gowiip,  Undt'i'*?l<irt.��,
Coiniiinution.*,     (Jorset  >.Coven;,      Aprons, '
Iloii.-'u  Di-i'SPef?, lite,.
AIEX'S Sll.lv-SHIItTS,  TIKS. ' KhNK.  l.iMJEIl.WKAIl:
THE^IBEAL" STORE;   Next k^mx*.
a
3,
^\Wllllllllli;t!!!ll��|IJI!J!!Jli���
Reserve $13,000.0 0    (
g Capita! Paid Up $1:1,560,000.
***** rrr* 	
I   ' The Royal Bank oi Canada.
I DKAFT.S   ISriUBD- IN  ANY    CUUUENUY.,   HA-VABUS   ALL
j ,     OVKH   THIS    WORLD.
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to HAVINfJS- ACCOUNTS it inlcmm
3 ���     ���
3
3   at hi��hont Current Itnti'H aliiwod on i;s:; nxiis-nf .$1 and upward*!,
I OTJMBERIjAND,, S, C, Brunei*, Opon Daily      D. M; Morrison,'. Mg-r.
I        UNION PAY,.B.O. Branch, Ovn Ini>y.      F. Botwoith, Wgr.
1  COURTENAYi   B. 0, Branch,  Opcin Diulv K. H. Hnrdwick,  Mgr,
���^),'!lllllllllll|llll|IIIIIIIIIIIII||lll||l|IIIIIUIIIIII|lllllllllllllllllllti!llllllllllllll]l
lUIIIIIIIIIIIIHIillllllllllinilllllllUUUIIillUIIUIIINtlUlllltKF
V. BOfiOtlR:
Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER
* ���- ���     ��� -   -
V, 0. BOX 483.'
PHONE 20..,.
CUMBERLAND
Tho wny thai, I'nmlv1* long lor*��
must huvu gone iu llmne rnci***,
would I e a idjjht. "\Viiid(\"
niiiHt liavu hcan there with llu*
yoods too.
..,���.���.���/��
���'Andy" niiii��t luive heen think**
iu*^ id' Nanaiiiin at I lio lime,
Tom i* nt
over it,
iinmd
as
Pn mil
II. V. Monti-jiVnery. of Van*
ooiivor. a )onmu* man'^er ol thu
Koyul Hank lu-ru, wan in town
flii*j week. Mr. Montgomory will
leave shortly f����r I'rince Geor-re.
ivhere he will J*.ok after the inter
ivU of the Uoval Ihink.
\V.\NT)*:n~-Tl:e lu-iit o' a
knitting mae'nim* tor tl����j l4fu}i<-'H'
iA\i\')\u; ttv,ii��i
!
Tun. iml knit 1*2, Uavii.j* Lint ��li<* ami. i     N'<�� Ciirfenny  fair this yenr, *n
T��r�� ��mI kn|tliter, ImvIii*,' |S nt ilmj,],,, (\,ni<i\   Ajji'lenlfural   Sotdefv
on,,< ��� J .ua ��liri��lf.|.
J
Cuuilierlniid iV iiul"led to ifeiitd
over the victory of onr ho.��e rotd
team at Alhernl mi   Wednesday.
It. wu��a gluriqtis victory,
'���Whoop  her   up'*   when   tho
boy* eome iiome.    They did woll,
���..���.., ���-,��.,..,
Wln�� Hiiid that v'I?atty" Uoiirod
coiililii'triiii '<
NOTICK TO At-TO DUlVlvUS
A* thero hnvo heen nevernl eom.
pluintc miule to nio in regard to
fhe vltilaflon of flm *\lotnr lit'jru**
hition Art, I requeflt all nminr
dr'tn'v* Li I'DinpU' with ciimt'
���v!��|l*f driving within tlie e.ily
Umiis,
(Sijjlied),   Oily ('oUbtiihle
1
A Vilna Uounnck iiaiued Kri-
alclikoltenjoyH the dititiiicton oi'
receiving the fii'dt ItiiHriiou deeo.
ration lur valor of fho war. Mv
��� ���nier ot the ()mv he hm heen in-
M'sifd wiih the Cross of St,
lieor^e. Uis exploit it�� reported
rn* the killing riiii|-li!.haiiileil, of
Woven Genitalis iu u fij-ht in
wliieli liu liiniholf suHtuiiiud six.
���eeii wounds.  *
Owing to the Inek of a qiiorinit,
ihe le^uhu* uiuuting of   the   Cify
CiUiudl was not hold on TuefiJuy
���������veiling. I). K Mnedoniild waa
iii��' iiniy nl'h'i in ui 1,�� j, ,t in ml(
ippeaiam;e,

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