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 )<iji4ato#Mty*wv uMu^MMftM^^  t. hm*!*"*^^**^  i������fcWSM^������U4?S3aSv  A  ' 'YxJY"  ;���������& / >*>���������-*,'  Vw   rff     V"    .'*              ^  -'Ih  \fi ���������  :. .>���������*  *.*  .^tX%~h  .���������Sv#')������.*i/.'' ^  &'   j** ' .*;  -- '*- -  * y.    .������**.'  h������fj  '���������\,r\ ���������*"'   " >���������',"  :i'Or '; '  ������   '''' ,i ���������'  /  "���������'.a          l"'* . '  V |���������,v;  .!  i.        .���������  \ Yfy, P  ��������� *   i'; i 'J.V O  ebb  if  NEWS  Devoted Especially to the Interests of Cumberland and Surrounding District.  The News, Twenty Fmst Ykak.  CUMBERLAND,- B,; CM WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, :9i4  Subscription $i.o(i-a Year  LiOOK OUT!  0   Fop  PAbh  0PEJ4IHG  TIIK POMP OF WAR IS ;���������  GONE.  (New Westminster News)-!;  .THIS IS* TO 'OERTLFY, thatf  thi rumors which passed uro uud  town, about nie having heard F.  G tod using ��������� hjvd expressions  {ivriunst our King and Queen, are  absolutely false.  (Signed) H. 13. Conkod.  On Friday evening an .adjourned, meeting'to consider the matter  of rli'a niisinjr of u wnr. fund . was  held iu' tho Council Chambers.  Tlioro was a,fair attendance.  1). U. Mac Donald occupied the  chair, and explained tlio object of  the meeting, wliich, was to raise  funds tor the assistance of thu  Ininilio* tf tl.oto who havo  gono to thu front, or  who may go from now on.  A uommittou consisting of A,������  McICinnon, 11. E, M, Maclarlatio  mid It. IJeiidei'soii, was nppoinlcd  to interview tlio neople of Hevun  in regard to joining in with Cum  biMliiiid.  M '. John Thomson suggested  Lhat a patriotic concert be held  in tlio immediate future in Lio-Ilo  Theatre, if suitable arrangements  cou Id bo in.uio. Tho cuggcdtiou  was immediately acted upon, and  a committee composed of Messrs  .1. JI. McMillan, C, Parnliam  and J. Thomson wad appointed to  urraugu for same.  Tho following ollicers wore  elected: I). 11, iMacDoimld, president; M. K. It. Alucfarlaue, bccm  ruiary; U, III. lUorneoii, tioasur.  or, J. J. Wier, W. Willard, It.  Heuder.-oii and Dr. MoNnughtou,  trustee*,  city. John Thomson and J no, J,  "Wier; for tlie mines, \i, II undor*  sou, 1). K, MacDutiald,.), 11. McMillan aud T. SjiriiHton,  WANTKD-Thc loan of a  knitting nutchine for the Ladies.'  Tiurio i-\ Guild.  Canada to Fight till  Germany- Surrenders  " . Q.   Ottawa, Aug   29.���������^-That  Canada will not'be content  with seudiugone army divi  sion but inside of the next  few months will have two  more mobilized, is the state  ment made by Colonel  Hughes, minister of militia,,  No sooner is the preseut army division dispatched than  a second will be mobilized  and reinforcements continti  ally will be sent to the  front so that a fresh Gana-  diau army division will be  kept fighting all the time.  Speaking today Colonel  Hughes said :  vCauada will uot be content until Germany is beaten. I shall do my duty and  get our soldiers trained as  quickly as they enlist.  With the targets at Valcar  tier the boys will improve  their shooting and will give  the enemy a surprise. Can  ada must be up and doing  and we shall avail ourselves  of the service of every Canadian willing to go to the  defense ot the detcn.se of the  Empire. Valeariier camp  will thus bc a scene of life ���������  and military vigor until the  war is over. Troops will  come and troops will leave  until Germany is conquer-  ciV' continued tlie Colonel.  Colonel Hughes will go to  Valcartier next week and  remain there until t li e  uoops ieave, supervising  the tfepaifure of tiie departure ot ihe first contingent  leaving and laying plans for  mobilizing two more.     All  will start work immediately, diilliug aud target practice.  .If, as many profess to. believe,  one of. the fim%results of-" tlie  present colossal conflict-raging in  Europe will ho a great revulsion  of public feeling against war and  measures taken.,to proclude the  possibility oNntornational hostilities in the futnro, these things  will be brought about , for many  reasons and not nloue on account  of the terrific toll of human life  and loss of property, involved in  modern warfare.  As battles are fought ar.d campaigns waged today, all tho ancient glamor and ponip of arms  have been, obliterated aiid the  strife has become such a businesslike, cold-blooded matter of wholesale slaughter that', humanity as  a whole is bound to revolt.  In the present insUiice the Brit  ish nation, loading the   world   in  civilization, foresaw- the' horrors  which war   entailed   and   tdihuik  from plunging into   the   conflict,  not because   she   was   afraid   ol;  those horrors, ; because   she   felt  that her duty to the human   race  forced her to strive for pence   till  all hope of attaining it was   absolutely gone.    Britain   is  lighting  in defence of the defenceless   and  she will not call halt till  her victory is so decisive that,it will re ,  otnove once for all the   menace   of.  military despotism   which  threat-  ens-the-worldj���������-JBuU-ii!���������spite���������oial! this, Britain abhors  war   and  the fact that sh������ so abho's  it atid  is going to'press the present con-  iliet   to   an   unquestionable   end  guarantees to Germany   the   ter  rible cur'tainty of   the   old   word  that those  who   take   the  .sword  shall perish by the sword 1  There is no glorious mantle  cast about modern strife. It is a  sinister, sanguinary business prop  osition. .No baud playe the  troops into action as ot yore; no  glowing letters come back from  tho front telling of deeds of bravery. The. soldier marches from  home with his regiment and is  lost to his friends as completely  an though he had dropped into  the sea. $ven the glittering  uiiiforms are gone and iu their  places have come lhe dmrcolored,  natural khaki, The long range  cannon, the deadly mncliiiio guns,  the aeroplanes liavu made killiu,<  men too easy a matter and, with1  the casualty'lists in tho present  strife, is bound to come a public  demand for an end uf war,  ���������*���������-���������-���������.-"A "���������. ���������'"  NOTICE TO AUTO DIUVKKS  As there have been several complaints made to 1110   in   regard to  the violin ion of the Motor Kegir  lutiou Act, I request nil 'motor  drivers to comply with same  whilst dming within thu city  limits,  (Signed)   City Constable  Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary wil)  meet at Mrs. A, McKinnonV.  home on Thursday evening ai  7.5JO.  ���������f 0 SJIr Bttair  ft?pfeml������r 2ttft  1914  Sir:���������We, the und-  ersigned, beg to address our fellow coun  trywomen in Cumberland and neighbourhood through the medium of your columns.  It has been sugees-  ted that a Patriotic  Guild be formed for  the purpose of making  useful garments for the  soldiers. and sailors at  the Front, in order  that we may do ��������� our  share in. helping to.  alleviate' their, suffer-  iiigi:sxLJ5dllingLy_.and  bravely endured on  our .behalf. "  ������ov this purpose,  therefore, a Public  Meeting of the women of the District is  called by the representatives of the various Churches on Wednesday, September 9th  at 3 o'clock, p. m., in  a place to be announced later.  . All Loyal British  Women are earnestly  requested to be present  (Signed)  Catholic Church  Mary Watt  . Methodist Church  E. Baldwin  P re shy tc r i a n C h u re h  MAHY M AC N AUGHTON  Church of England  Amy B. Clinton  ^MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  Ji "the SQUARE DEALING HOUSE." it    ������  Y-   . ,   . <J)g  0  ������  Men's Sweaters, honeycomb knit  heavy quality.  Men's Heavy Raincoats, all sizes  Better Value Than Ever.  . . MINEk'S  GOODS . .  Men's Pit Boots without nails  Men's Pit Boots, nailed  Men's Aquapell? or "Tin Pants"  ������2.75 and $3.00  ������3.75 and S.4.50  .$3-25  .. SPECIALS . .  Men's Low Shoe?, values to $6 oo   .  This week -only, $3.75  Ladies' Raincoats, 3 only, sizes 36 to 38, ������:5 val.  To clear at $5.75  Special Bargains  in  ALL Lines  MACFARLANE EROS.,  LIMITED  THE.CORNER STORE    '     CUMBERLAND  Phone io  P. O. Box ioo  ������  ������  ������  <?.'  fa  to  ������  ���������(h)  to  B������������������������������GXa<^^ 3������������������������������������������GX3^^  , n   mt   ,������.!��������� v*    ���������';..������      1 he Board   of   1 rude  will  R R nnd CL  \V, Elliott,   two     ....... , . .  ,\>     w     i.'itw  .-.^ f-in'Q will hold  its-regular  monthly  soiib ot Itev. Wm.  Miot, oi Tins, ������������ '  city, loft Victoria and Vancouver  recently with thoir refijioctivo re}f"  imentB, the Dukoof Connaujfht'a  Own Rifles and tho 8SJth Victoriu  Fusiloers, ior tho front: and Mr.  Elliott is not whining aliout it,  if Iumbu p'reachor. Ho has j^iv-  ou liis quota to tho cause.  We mny have ;i big navni  buttle on the ' Pacific omi of  these, days, if reports prove  correct.  meeting in the Council Chambers on Friday evening at 8  o'clock. Business of import  tance will be brought up.  Bevan   sports ������have  postponed.  been  The Presbyterian Sunday  school picnic will be held at  Royston Beach on Monday,  September 7th. , Train leaves  depot al   9,30   ii.    m.    Briny  t>  A ddnichmoiu of  tccrs is on guard at  Hay.  vohm-  Union  your lunch basket aiul "have a  yood time.  Miss Jt'ssii: h'owlio, of Logg'10-"  villf, N. B.. has arrived in town  to teach iu our public school.  ���������}4,|,.J,.J^J,,J���������[���������J,,JWJ,,J^J���������J.,J,.J���������J,,J-J���������J���������JMJ^  ..."  ���������\.  1''  ���������y������  It id about timo that SPEtiD-  L\'(i through ihtu'Uy wan ))ut a  mop to BISK NOTICK lo 1 hat el-  feet.  ppoi:. Happy's .Qoneerb  The concert given by ProfcMor Hnrvey  and othor talon toil niu.siefiiUB (rom Xauai-  mo last uvonliiK in tlio IlO'Ito IhoAta,  Am doc draw tno imlrormgo timt 11 ooneeri  of till! olll'tl (lOIOWlfl.     lIoNJildf thu well  rondorcd inAtrumentat pro������ranimu by  Momro Harvoy-YouiiK ond Miss Morgan.  Mini OhUwell, tlia well-known aoioiRt,  gave wveral number*, ench of which vtu  a jilenHura to hear, (or rarely ii tuclt music tfiven In CumhcfUml.  ���������  ���������  ���������  To-ni������ht,  "F.ucille t/tvo" ������������nin vi������itn  1 lior many ndmir<irn in (,'imiburJfiinl. 'J"hcr(������  iaarmtiutoon at:(p. in.  ��������� <������������������  'A'  <?    C    A   M   P   B   E   L   L  \  S  \  ���������v  i/*  ./'  8PE0IALS   TIIIO   WKEK  'A,  ���������v.  *\.  Croas-bar,  Striped nncl  Spot   Mimlinii,   Cnlorod,   Stripocl  and  fancy MualinH at 15 contn pur ynrd  LuftitH''H Mibboh' aud OltlHSrim'a Uunwur Undcrwonr iron) 1 tie \\\>  Fancy Striped OhullioB at SO conts por yard  Lndioa' All Wool Cfiehmoro Hoao, in Tun nnd n|nck  nt Threo Pair for Ono Dollnr  C    A   M   T   B   E   L  X  - ir  ^1'  l"W-^���������l-^^^^t-l-h^^^l-^^w-w^-l-w-J"l-^���������:������H^������l-^^x������h:-^���������^ THE. ^EWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  r  A Debt  Discharged  about the girl is- that she is drowned," said the reporter. "It was a fair-  ly rough uighi, and thero was uo  other way of returning save by the  jetty where our man stood."  Holder rose and looked out of the cuss  1 the Home Secretary's order; "but I  can trust you not to violate the  rules," ancl gave him a, brief , summary of the things he might not a3k  and  the subjects* he  might not ;dis-  By Edgar Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  (Continued)  CHAPTER XVII.  In \ Goal  A taxi carried hlni to the office of  the  paper.    The  editora had- riot ar  window.  "Could you do me a favor?" he  asked..  "Anything - ln reason," suid the  other with a smlla. "We can do most  things.". ���������      -  Some weeks ago,"    Helder    said  He led the way to a bare roo.n,  which contained a long deal . table,  scrubbed to a dazzling whiteness. A  few minutes lato~ the Russian entered. He was dressed in the hideous  khaki of prison uniform, and his  small eyes twinkled pleasantly when  slowly,."a-.Russian was arres-ed and he saw his erstwhile employer before  charged with being a suspected ptr  son." '  "I remember* the case," said Jackson; "he wont tc prison, for thite  mouths and was marked for deportation."  "That is so," said the other quietly. "Now I think If I could see that  man there Is a possibility of my solv-  rived, but in HiU'clpation of Heldwr's  lng tho mystory  ot  Mrs.    Comstock  coming, the young reporter, Jackson,  wus waiting  That cheerful journalist, gave Helder a nod ami a smile, and ushered  him Into :\ wai Iny. room.    .    ���������  "What lias happened?" asked Holder, us soon as he was sealed.  "I'm blessad If I know," confess*.d  the other. He strode.up and down  with his lunula in his pockets, frankly  baiYiod.  "Vou know." hi said, "that, after  Comstock 1J< 11 had gone, and Mrs.  ConfSiock Hell had made her appeaiv  aiico in so startling a fashion, that  the whnh. resources of the paper were  employe;! to d;seovor her whereabouts.  Although we received a letter written  by Comstock Boll and addressed to us  from- I.uctrne, we k.iow for certain  thai Comstock Cell has not stayed In,  thai, city: We had'another letter from  Vienna."  "What sort jf letter?" asked Helder.  "The'usual kind���������typewritten, sign-,  eft with a rubber stamp, aud countersigned with lhe name of his wife-  Well, ��������� we received this letter. Again  it was frem a fashionable hotel, and  again om correspondent discovered  that no such party had been staying at  the place. We' have been running, as  you know, a cautious story oncernlng  this mysterious happening. We havo  had our host men on'the track of the  couple withou{ in any way getting up  with them. The boat trains have heen  watched; the cross-Channel steamers  also, and pi-aoticf.lly all over Europe  there has been a string of correspondents, men w,ho have an entree which  the ordinary private detective would  not possess, koft our efforts Irave been  fruitless- -until last nigbt." -  "'What happene;' then?" asked Held-  "er-- '      _    '  "We employ-id a man to watch the  Boulogne boats, and after the homeward-bound boat had left, he. went, for  a little .relaxation .to the Casino. On  the way'he overtook'a lady who was  evidently in' a hurry. She was going  in his direction, and he thought that  it was probable she, too, was going to  "EfieTnsluT)" He-to5K~V������ry"lit"fIe "iro~  tice of her, till he saw, that she was  not turning into the place. He looked j  Hell.   Do you think you could get an  order from tho Home Secretary?"  Jackson puised his lips dubiously.  "I doubt whether we could," he  said. "Af any rate, 1 can try; as soon  as the Chief comes ln we'll see what  can be done."  After a few words Ilelder .loft He  returned to his flat'in Curzon street  Gold was not in uwn, he learnt by  telephone.  "S6 much the better," said Helder  to himself. "I think that, if I am left  alone, I can get myself, out of a very  bad hole."  With which reflection he went to  his room and snatched tho few hours'  sleep which was ho badly needed.  , Ho was awakened at five o'clock in  the afternoon- by his man, who  brought him a telegram. It was from  the paper, and read;  "Ir.tervien- arranged ������ your Russian  is in Chelmsford jail.. Come office for  Home Secretary's order." -  ��������� Jackson had gone by the time he  reached the newspaper office, but the"  editor-was there to see him, nnd he  handed him tho authority, motioning  him to a! seat  "I- am not. a curious man," said the  'editor; "but I am piqued into speculating as to what is the, object of  your visit to this prisoner. Do you  connect Comstock Bell with those  wholesale forgeries?" '  Helder nodded gravely. "  "I do,',' he said  In a few words he told the story of  the Circle du Crime, and of Comstock  .Bell's association with that club-  "H'm," s.Md the edilor, when he had  finished. "I'd heard about it. It  seems a pretty average kind of folly.  I have known young people do  things al- lost a-> foolish and more  criminal. You say that the man Willetts was betrayed by- Bell?"  . "I know it,' said the other "Willetts was deliberately and traitorously handed over to the police by Bell  to save himself."  "Whnt is your, theory about his present disappearance?" ' the, editor ask-  =r>t--=rtyeiiiQ==-'-"-'-~="nrin~v ���������=.=  .������������]  ���������Helder hesitated. Though this matter  had  been  in, his  mind  day  and  round   in "some  surprise    when    he i "is'H for months, he had not, strange  him.  He sat at one ond of the table, and  Helder at the other, and between  them sat two warders," unemotional  men, apparently bored.  Holder loti'ced as he spoke that  they were both industriously writing  whilst tho conversation continued. He  thought they were probably making up  tholr accounts, and he wondered somewhat as to tl.e interior economy of a  prison, whnt the duties of tho warders were, and in what manner they  found'recreation. v  ,111s Interview was not a long one;  it was long enough for him to warn  the Russian as to thp necessity fcr  silence. He promised lilm a handsome  competence upon his release. As tho  talk progressed, ho found there was  no danger to be apprehended from  this man; wh'ei. he rose, at,least that  doubt had disappeared from liis mind,  lie found the Governor outside,  waiting for him.  "Would you like to see the prison?"-  askod the authority.  He was very proud of his charge;  proud  of  the' discipline,  the  cleanliness, and the order of the convict establish ment  '���������"I shall bo delighted," said Helde;-  He had wondered if he would have  any difficulty in securing the permission which wa,i s,o readily g-anted. He  followed (ho ; Governor through the  groat hall, where tier after tier of  cells rose froir the ground to the glass  roof. Polished steel balconies ran  around tlire^ sides of the building, and  between each floor a great wire net  was stretched  ' "We have.to Lave that," said the  Governor. "There were one or two  attempts at ai'.icidr- recently.  He was shown into a cell; the dcor  was, at his request, closed "on him3. He  had a morbid desire to realize whnt  imprisonment, meant, but he was glad  to hear the snick of the lock when  the door was opened again.  "The prisoners are exercising," said  the Governor. He led t.he ' way  throueh into a ysrd; showed him,the  tragic little execution shed, the graves  of murderers under the wall, th^ir  initials chiselled in stone " marking  their resting-nlace.  A batch of prisoners were at exercise, marching round- three flagged  circles-' Felder wntrhp'i them as they  passed. Thev were old and young;  some of th������m. i'viiffc-rent to his srrut-  'inv. rot'i'-ning. Ms glance insolent.lv.  Others there ve'e who half  tliFif_Ire?Tds~?rs���������firey^caT''v>^TvHreasr.~5i:  Nothing stops the stinging,  smarting and itching like Zam-  Buk. Don't let the children, or  yourself, suffer longer. Apply  Zam-Buk and be "bite-proof!"  50c box. all Droutiti mi Storo.  >AM-BUK  Breaking Out the Colors  A pretty light aLoard ship is tie  breaking out o; the flags on reaching  a-port. At the ai.pcintcd time a sja-  man takes hi3, station'at the forwaid  mast and another-at the rear mast,  lu Irs hand is" a small silken bundle,  tigntly rolled,, This is sent aloft.  When lhe signal to break out the colon Is given a cord is pulled, the oun-  dl*- unrolls, pnd a ^splendid silk flag  (Hitters out into-the breeze. At che  foremast ii that of the natlou whose  port the ship Is entering, while that on  the rear mast is the flag of the steamship company, the ship's nationality  being advertised by a large flag at the  stern. Thelatter Is lowered or dipped  by way of salute when another steamer is.passed out in the ocean.���������St.  Louis Globe-Democrat.  iteisir  MAKES PERFECT BREAD  CUPID'S QUEER PRANK  HOMEMADE TROUSERS  With   a  Word  to  the   Woman   Who  Makes Her Own Gowns  Would men ever get anywhere, do  you think, if they fussed around with  as many disconnected things as most  women do? Aud the worst of our  case Is that wo are rather Inclined to  point wl'n, pride to what is really ono  of ihe most vicious habits of our sex.  We have all seen the swcling satisfaction with which the comely young  schoolma'am, complimented upon a  pretty gown, announces, "I made it  myself." And we have all heard tl.e  chorus of admiring approbation follow-,  ing the announcement���������joined in it,  perhaps, ar.d asked to borrow the pattern. But rcaly, viewed in the light of  reason, what is there about the feat  upon which sho should so plume herself?  . Suppose that a man should point  proudly to his nether garments and  say: "Lo! I made these trousers." .1  have hot a mental picture of even the  most economical of his fellow clerks or  mail candors, or-clergymen, or schoolteachers, crowding around to admire  and say: "What a splendid way to  spend your time out of business hours!  And it-looks just like a tailor made."  Which last is just, as truly a lie  when we tell it to our fellow womon  as it would be if we men told it to  men.���������Mary Lee Harlcness in Atlantic.  It Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia racks the nerves or lumbago cripples the back is the time to test the  virtues of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.  Well rubbed In it will still the pain  and produce a sensation of ease aiid  rest. There is nothing like it aB ���������>  liniment for its curative properties  are great. A trial of it will establish  faith in It.  Early Italian Surgery  Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571) tells  of early Italian surgery. He had got a  bit of chipped steel in his eye, "so tar  iuto the pupil thai, it was impossl.ilo  to get it out, ao '.hat I was ln very  great danger of losing my eye. But  the'surgeon came to the rescue with  the pigeons. The surgeon, making me  lie upon my b,-;ck, with a little k.nre  opened a vein in-each of-their wings,  so that the blood ran into my eye,  and I was thereby greatly relieved In  the space of two days the bit if  steel issued from my eye, and 1 found  that I had received considerable ease  and.in a great measure recovered my  Light."  Goethe and Stage Animals  Goethe severed his connection with  the Weimar theatre owing to the ap  pearan'ce of an animal on the stage  For twenty-seen years he ruled there  as a despotic director. "The director," he wrote to, his chief assistant, "acts acco.-ding to his own views'  ancl not in the least according to the  demands of the public. Once for. all  understand that the public must' be  controlled." Whe.i at length he .forbade any expressions of approval or  disapproval on the'part'of his public  only the court and the Jena students  .   ,    .  continued to attend tho theatre.  turned ;    Tlle cras\, came When Duke Karl Au-  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local application*, u thar cannot rc*ofe tho dl*.  tM*d portion ot the tat, Thero lo only ono war t*  ���������uro doatiMM. and that It bf coutttutfooal remedies.  Deafneu la caused Iij an Inflamed condition ol tho  'mucoui lining oi th* Eualaehtan Tub*. When thla  tuba la Inflamed you have a rumbling found of Imperfect hearing, and whon tt li entirely sloctd, Deal-  nees It the result, and unless Uie Inflammation con bo  taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed toreTor; nine cases  out ot ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is not blag  but an Inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces.  ��������� W* will give One Hundred Dollars tor aar case ot  Deafness (caused by catarrh) that eaunot be curod  by Hall's Catatrh Cure.   Send tor circulars, tree.  F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. <H  Bold by Druggists, 7>c  Ttl* Halt's Family PUit (or ooBstlpattab  A Wedding Blunder That Furnished a  .   i.   ' - Curious Climax  The other evening: we were talking  to Mr. Bransby Williams, the delightful impersonator of Dickens' characters, and he lold us this storj:  The scene was a London parish, r.nd'  the period recent Tho vicar was sitting in his study one morning'when la  burs;t the verger In a great state of  excitement.  "Mr. ~*' (mentioning . the curate's  name) "wants you nt once, sir," he  exclaimed. "He has married two couples and married the two men to tho'  wrong women, aud he does not know  what to do!" .  "Have thoy signed the rosibter?" In-  nuired the clergyman.       "No," was lI:o^verger's response.  ..  "Then ihsy van be married again.'"  said  the  \icar. 0"Tell   Mr.  ���������  I   will  bc at the church ii; a minute or two to"  perform the ceremony." -  ���������   In due cour4l- the'incumbent mado  his way to the church and fcund tho  parties gatneiT.il .it the entrance.  Before he co- Id sny anythi, g one of  Lhe hridegrooiiH approached and said:  "We have b- en talking It over, bir,  and we have made'up our minds .o  remain as \-n ;\r(:'"'  And they .did so���������Pearson's Weekly.  .All motheis can put awav anxiety'  regarding the:r suffering ' children  when they have Motli-jr Graves Worni  Exterminator to give relief. Its''effects  are sure and lasting.,,   -  ftftind-she, did not follow him. and by  the light of the portico he recognized  the woman  he was sent to watch.  "She hurri'd or, and took a short  cut lo the wooden jetty which runs  to the sea. '   ,  "He hesitated for some time as" to.  whether ho should follow her or not;  but he knew she must come back the  way slie went, So he was content to  wait on the shore end of the jetty;  "He watched tl.ere for two or three  hours, and as she showed no signs  of return!-,ig, walked along lill he  came lo the signa'. station. To.his s.ir  prise slie hud dlsappeaiod. TTe was  alone on the pier,' said Jackson Impressively, and p'.used to wruch the  effect of his wo;\ls.  . Holder  .ioddod slowly-*  "And?" he salu.  "This mor!ii',g,'' Jackson uent on,  "we receivtd a letter from Houlogno.  It was signed hy Comstock Hell and  the girl, nnd was ��������� protest, against the  continuance of what they lormcd 'our  persecution.'    Hero Is the letter,"-  He handed a v.apor to llu- otlK.r  Holder did jiot trouble to examine it;  with si  little nod he handed il- buck.  "I think I understand," he tnift.  "Wnt anything toon of CnmstoJlc  Hell?"  "Nothing whatever. -   Our    theory  Formed Pimples and Matter Spread,  For Threo Months Did Not do to  School. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured in fen Days,   - ���������    ���������  (ill Hun pi'nii'.llly, Vlllii Kmard, Mnntronl,  Om* ��������� "('uik'iini Hnup m.d Oliitmrnti Mired  my HiiloKlrl. uiHilHiwen.ol'Hi'liutiiiolu'iMi.  ft, "m-mi'd a plinplo und Hint  ffim^.yr. phni'lu lii-olm and tlm imituir  /���������/" *Yj Hprrail uud wliei'iiviT t lm tiwit-  1 \*Z, "������-(1 tirwi'iitumillierfDHmid. Hho  '��������� -   Y    li.ul hii'ijo Bcalm nu her ln>:ul  mid nr. iilnlit ulin fici-ali.-licd  until tho Muiid camo. I wan  obliged to ciit lnv Imlr aii  aroiijid tlm I'l'iipllmi. J-'nr  th'ri-i) liiuiiUiH hud did not co  to hc'ioiiI and I uaral fur U uiirlnK Uun timu  v,nliout. rusult,  "I wim Iolii to wusli It, nmt to rnnkii an  ointment of ���������������������������, but; ftlli'r.v.-iwihiiiK It  tuo Viua \iuimj. Onu iitiiii.-iii Mi.---. ...A.,ni  tlio pupi-r I mw tlio iiilvi'itlsi'im-iit uf full  cura Kemp uml Olntinunt .' d I wruto nt  OiU'o, 'Aftiir riwlvlnn ilio huiii|>Ii> I Im  niodlntWy wtixlmd lu-r Ixwi wiih llm I'uil-  cum Hnri|>, lln-ii I imt lho Uullt'iira (Until, -ill (Ml.     1  I1H1 VniH I.turn ii ������.ij   *-<< "-A  v I murnlsw, l-'nim tlm timu I commi-iu-t'd  mlnii tlm CuiliMirii Kuttp uud Oliiuni'iit that  riiulit nho did not K'-rutch any mora, U  unplug tlm lirliliiu from tnu llrnt fvciiln������.  After ImyliiK Miiim Ciulciira Ho;n������ nud mi-  onier Imx of (Mtli'iira Ointment, lu ten duys  ������>}.f nn-i ������������������iimpleirly ciiriil." (iilt^ieil) Mm.  Artmir J'.drler, July.j, I'H.'l.  <'iitlriimM.������i������ttinl CijileitrnOlnimi-nl- urn  (did by UNU'niKiH mi'i ihmi.tii est.ryv.iiin-,  A Umdii K"t It fittwi KuUlrletit. j. i.r u .iliftul  t;.o it.-imiilu ot men. wi'h H'J-p. U'l'iti, si-ml  pint-Mini tr I'oiut uruit d v���������tm. *uii>..  litiiil. I), liosioa, U, 8, A.  as it. might soem, formulated any  scheme by which he might throw suspicion on Bell. i. was easy i nough to  cite the disappea.-ance of the American, and by sluiKe of head, hint, and  innuendo, suggest, his association with  the unknown criminals. It was another matter to give chapter ai.d  verso.  "1 can say nothing a.t present,'" he  said- "My own view ia thit he married (his gi'd because he needed a tool  w'hose mouth would h closed against  hlni in thp ov.jnt of his detection, I  believe tha* at the. present moment  ho is engaged in a last despairing attempt���������"  "Excuse me!", the editor interrupted him;'"but wc Know that Comstocn  Hell is a rich man."  A practical, sober man, this editor,  with Utile romance in his composition,' and with u keen appreciation  of possibilities.  "ilo was .io,t only rich beforo, but  ho is richer now,'  "Now!" icpeafed Ilelder woiubr-  injily.  The odHo." nodded,  'Yos,'" he jald "His mother, who  had been In dolk.p.to health for somo  time, died last week, There wns n  paragraph about It in mojt of tho  lapers, She left him tho whole of  her private fortune. lie was tilroiiny  riclr, ho nniBi, Uu almost a millionaire  now."  "Ii'h a furious hunlness," he said,  "without, nny  motive."  "There was no motive for this ex-  tnionUnni'y liinrrhige," ^iild Holder,  quickly,  "Tli-M'o is [ilwnj'H n mollvn  rliiKo." the ,-d.tor Piiid tersel,\, "If  vi������iV|t(i  seek   for luleqnnto    1'cnnon  why A ni.'U'i'li'.-i H, we shfiu'il III] 1'ils  piipei'   wlili   niore   inypterlf'H   In   one  iluy lluii) Mu- tivi-niKit loiirmi) will con-  lulu In ii M'iir.   1 repfnti I'ldo Is iio  uioi he,  no ii'-isen In  Iho wen Id   why  ('(lllli'l  ,('  kent his eves fixed on hf-n af he  swim1?: round in a circle find agnln an-  nrnpi1-"!' t.i-'en ]\,t plmn^led tbo nv.  p.inmn*'oii w1 ^h ron" to his lips, for  he-had sr-O'i the man's fnco..  (Tri  .-.'; c. -.v.'.ivi.n.'ftl  Pome B=\ll 0?me  had been desecrated by the presence  of an animal.���������Pall Mall Gazette.  Old Time Doctors'  Fees  Army doctors' fi.es   in   the   seven-  tecnthcentury in Europe were rather  modest.   Dining tho civil war, for in-  rhe several, members'of tho family Blanco, tha- physician ��������� general tor  had been telling what they would do! Cromwell B army received 10 shillings  if they owned the world. Mother'11 <Jny, the apotho.sary Sonera! 6s. 9d.  would abolish poverty. Father would : tlle chlrurgeon- general 4 shillngs and  provide absolute justice for ull- Sister llis two assistant., half a crown each-  Sarah would give every woman the:day. Ihen came the inovitublo econ-  voto. Finally the views of ton-year-'omist. whose deeds C. II. Mrth sum-  old Johnny wore sought. i mari/.ed Ihus in a Cornhlll article of  "What 'ud 1 do if I owned thol-V'",eh. 1D01: 'In lbfil the surgeon's  world?" iaid he, looking up from a W rose to b shillings a day; in 1655  geography - he had been studying. N wns nxed at 5 shillngs and n:e  "Woll, I'd toll yo.i what I'd do. First i economists cut off one ot his mates,  I'd get old A.Ias to sign up two base- ^ lh?,' hifi I'V was "gain reduced to  ball teams among his brothers audi4 Bhlllngs ������ day. Monek considered  cousins; .hen I'd Liy out a diamond on j th������ s"m B0 InJUltielent that .In 1058)  the dosorL of Sahara, put the Rotoy!'* O1'|lo,;o(1 lllf ������������',Rfl������������f to he entered  Mountains around it for a fence, give'"8 P'1!vales or the master roU of their  tho players .he m..on for a ball and the, i'<j8in)onU in order to give thom un  north polo for n bnt, and, say, liuiylo "M11!���������!!1 ������i������c-l)CI'co ll ^'' -London  I wouldn't sit (hi the top of Hike's  Honk and seo oonit ball game,"���������  Judge.  The Candid Friend  Alleged Composer (at piano)���������Listen to,this. Ho does brutal things to  the instrument. How do you like it?  Too little air arid too many variations  perhaps?  The Helpless Friend���������Yes; give bim  more air. (He optms'the window).-������-  Cleveland Plain Dealer-' :',  Never Silt Your Boots .'���������  *���������TiI^tni0^n't"'TuTe_tne~c"orii'r-Just"api'  ply that old. standby, Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart Extractor. It acts  like magic, kills the pain, cures the  corn, does it without burn or scar  Get the best���������it's Putnam's Painless  Corn and Wart Extractor, 'the suro  relief for callouses, bunions, warts and  corns.   Price 25c.  His Card  E, H. SoUr-i'n, the actor, confesses  to a habit which soniotlinos has Us  Standard.  Dew.ty 0.1 Farragut  FarriiKut bat always been my Ideal  of tho naval offlooi���������urbane, decisive,  indomitable,    V,'..inevor I Imvo been  n n difficult sMuatlon or in the midst  Unbearable Perfumes'  The perfume of ilowers can make  some people shiver. A member of tho  London Spiritualist Alliance tells of a  woman* who dreads the smell of hyacinths. Once at a party the hostebS,  knowing her visitor's horror of tl.e  flowers, hid thom- bohlnd a screen, yet  although they woro concealed , from  view tho woman dotected them and  fainted shortly after entering -the  room. The Prlnioss of Lamballe, a  friend of Marls Antoinette and a victim of the French revolution, would, always turn pale at tho sight of a violet,  and Vincent, the painter, swooned at  the smell of roses.  A  6-year-old  was. seated in  a barber's chair.  ' "Well,  my little  man. how  you like your hair cut?"  "Oh .like papa's, with a little round-  hole, at the top."  would-  "I don't see what's the use of my  being vacc'nated again," said Tommy-  baring his arm reluctantly for - the-  doctor. ' .'.',.  "The human body changes every  seven years, Tommy" replied iii's-  mother. "You are ll vears old now.  You-were in your fourth year when  you were vaccinated first, and it has,  run out."  "Well, I was baptised when I was.  a baby.   Has'that run out, too."      ��������� -  At a reunion of the Adams family ���������  chicken croquettes, gave, out,   bo   the-'  maids carefully neglected the younger -  children.   After t-ylng, to' attract the  attention of his mother,,one v of   .the .  Iittle-boy3-at-the-lo-\ver-ehd---of-tlre   table  called  out  in  si  loud .tone  of '  voice, ."Mother."  ."What ib it, Albert?" she replied.  "Do you think," went on the child,'  "I should have liked the croouettoa if. ���������  I had had one?"���������LippincotL's-  disudvanlaiTL's It Is his ciihtom to.of such n confusio . of detai'.H that the  make niciiiorai.da of things which ,ic-i simple u:in right tlnng to do boomed  cur'to hiir. ''cm 11.1U0 to time on his hnv.y, 1 have often asked myself,  calling .'ards or other odd bits of "What would Fiirriigut do?" In tlie  limine hr UM. Iiuv.-; in his pjckcis, Jic.foiii'fie of the pivp.'iriillons for Manila  mar. 'lolH', this uh one of his exporii-nicc^o: i buy  wo'.'-'l l,iul i'^'iisloii to call iu ihu huuu of ,Mi������������, ni'd  in.j' (Jrovcr '.'love find, nnd 1 sent up ii y ins of hli  I  oflcu lu-ki-i!  myself tills qiws  nnd I confens that I wus think-  in lhe uii',ht that wo onlored  envd    In n low .nlnutes Mrs. Clove- tii" buy, and witli tho conviction that  lnnl oninc Inlo receive nie, tho card 1 wn������ duiii'J! pmclHely what hi- wm.kl  f/Jli lu lier ]m.:d and nbout lier mouth hnvo done, V-ihiuhl.. iih the triilnlng of  a rather ond Hinllo. *"     | AminpnHn wiui, II wuh poor schooling  '"I  think lorl.iipH I luul better re- , beside ll-nt of Hcrvlng under Fnrnigut  iV'lt.'H  fOVoii'i'tt 'lie onivM:i-d"iii Uii'ii ihln to you,' nho snid. ilu limp nf wur���������CeorKo Dowoy'H Aiitov  llowovor,"  In- Hin'llo'l ii'Ml I  '���������"' ti������'Jk U  On the hack I hud wi-.t-lhloitraphy  "vour Itiihh'i'uiilii'utv.t''������'���������  'Ho'Jhii, IuiJ.ui.uk, une dozen col-  loiid-byn." '   hu'H.'"���������New  York Trlhuim  fill'iif'I'll'H  held mil hln hunt  tol'. you th'm'H,   (  Ili'ldel' hpont    the    I'Veiilng    in.    ,i  thi'iiire,   H>> loft, hy mu curly mornlii"!  At. it liiiich <ilvii'i lu hlri hiiiior nl  .rain fov CholinHforil. At nine o'clock n h|-,������l f.\h rjaiuly, Cyril Scott tiila  In- dnivo m������ to ti'" ������rli" h'llliIuiK audi tho foil,-wl-if-:, wh.dt mmo imdor IiIh  wiih ushorod inti.  thu Giiv.u'inir'H of- poi^omil ohmiviiilon In   his siuilv of  court ''ooiiih:  An old otionfti"; (It'L'ini'rt    ineDiTiB-  lliki, wan on trial for am.aul! with In-  (lco.  Colonol ripeyur, n groy-liali\d inati,  rooi'lvcd him.  "You wnnt  to h''o our UiiHHlnn. do  you?" lio s.'ild   "Oh, vos, hi.'H iho only i Jndgo, li. an iMonip*. to soft on tlio o.-  HiiKsliin we've got, and he's viiihcr m i f*--r-t. of iho uoiiUuue that he iAl ciun-  iiulHiiiioo.   Ymi k o, nobody Hpouiu ills j po.llod to Impo.'o, mild that ho luul no  tout to kill.   W..lh' Kiuiiniiii^ ui), lho | ij^iroi't ],'rci! Vreta  Thnt'r. Whnt They All Gay  "All iii-M' aro nliko,   They're deceitful nnd nelllHli."  "How do yiUl kmiw?"  "A  nuirri'-d t'llo-id of mine told nio  r.o  nnd  warned  me  iignlnsl.    till  of  thom."  "Hut you're going fo nmrry Fred?'  Ofcmirsu I ;i       Ho's different"  MlnardVLInlment Cures Distemper,  Rich Uncle-���������It grieves.mo to think  that- my motioj will pass lnlo...spond-  thrift, hands like yours when I dlo.  ���������Wild Nephew���������Woll, don't worry,  uncle. IL won't &tay thero long.���������Bob-  ton Transcript.  "Troublo 'bout those here poetti,"  snid the Georgia farmor, "nono of 'om  mako good Hell hniidH. Thoy won't  plow for t'oar they'll hurt a wild flower, nn' (hoy won't Hwear nt a mnlo for  fonr the nnlmn"s Kot n boiiI- Dnt 't's  my public opinion thnt they'io nil-afflicted with downright' InzliioeB,"���������-At  llllltll Cotistlliii.loii,  Tom���������I wisn i' kn^w what my girl  would like for a birthday present.  Jack���������Why don't you ask her?  "Tom--Oh,   I haven't money enough  to buy anything so expensive.���������Boston  Transcript.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  A man was on trial before a west-,  ern judge for h^rsy stealing and whon  it" came timo for tho lawyers on both  sides to tell the judge whnt Instructions thoy wanted .him to give to tho  Jury in addition to tho points covered  in his own charge, the attorney for  tho defense said:  "I respectfully nsk your honor to  Instruct the jury that it is a fundamental principle of law in this country thnt it Is hotter for ninety-nine-  guilty men to escape than for one innocent man to bt found guilty."  "Yog, thnt is true," snid tho judge,  "nnd I so Instruct the jury, but I will  add that It is tho opinion of tho court  that tho ninety-nlno guilty men havo  escaped."  ���������   The Lord's Prayer and Druidism  A cuvIodh pvoof of how tenaciously  paganism hold Its ground for some  goneriitkniH nflor tho majority of the  pooplo hud becomo Christians Is found  In a duello version of the Lord's Player, willed up to a very voeont porlod  oxinlod in pur'.H of Cork and Kerry,  Instead of "Loud uh not Into lomptii-  tlon," "Nn Lolg h'.iiii nn dnioldliench"  wiih mild, moaning "Allow iih not Into  Driililltiiii."���������London TIhich.  to deny  "Po you lovo mo enough  voiii'Holf .(liythlng for me?"  hinguiigo, und wc hnv" lo got a in-m' pitkiiiuu  ikmurh imiunin. um \iwiin. \'  ..Welli rv,, ,lHlifu v ��������� to 8(op Bmok,  In two nr throo union n woek to fhd i or; Unit lr \yiis i;,e;illy sorry tor^ lilm j |l)(r |1M(j Vm huvIiii/t.ho   coupoiiH'--  out  ll  tluin   ui ii.'iyiliing  wrong  wiuii"1'   "'-"<"   in-- ,>" AA   \--un.h.  ������ ,,'.... .\liii;a/.)ue  pi'l:-on to liim."  'Tnruoii  Tin*,'  I Hull    Hi,,.n ..    He ,. u ,u(  'thnt It uotiifiliv hurt him v>rv much to1  lho ohlli',od <o toil tho culprli thai ho  iuild  Hold'T, iih the I must go to pruou for a term of thirty  Mnud���������You Hoom to llho .lack's nl-  tciitloiiH.   Why don't you marry hlni?  Miirlo���������nociiiiRo ] llko his tiltoit-  tloiiH.-���������HohIoii Trniihcrlpt.  Pretty ;Tough  Old Scotchwoman���������The last steak  I got fvao yo I could liao'soled. ma  boots wl' lt. ���������     .    . ���������  Butcher���������And why did yo no due  H?  Woman���������So 1 wid if I could lino got  tho- pegs mo gang through It.���������Oua-  ton 'Transcript.  Tiger Superstitions  Numberless nro tho mipovntitloiiB as-  Hocittted with thotlgar, Tlio niitlviH  of India hollove 1 hat its whlujiovs are  a deadly polai-n ind that whon llnuly  chopped nnd secrolly put. Into h portion's food lliey will' assuredly causo  (loath. What is known uh tho "evil  oyo" is greatly dreaded in India,'and  to avert this, parotitN hung tho c):iwh  of tigers round tho nocks of their  children.  Mi 8. Jones���������I did so enjoy yoiiv nor-  mon UiIh morning; 1 drenint I'd won  the Calcutta swoop��������� Sketch. <  y^wn  does    H.Ih  First    Iloiiodk-t���������Well,  wcithor suit you?  Si eond Ditto���������Capital! Capital! Aud  you;  Flrft Ditto���������I lieHcvo you���������my wife  has such ,i cold (��������� tic otinl kjhmk,  Socotid Ditto���������So has mine���������Pearson's Weekly-  Kovoi'iioi* wns loMling tin; way out uf t yt-iirn.  ���������lho. oil Ice,  "how  dooH  It.  como  that I    AiftwA  If ho had nnylhlnij  to ti.-iy,  ihln  nian  is  i.i .-  placo llko CliHii'H- thn^poi.tU'Min.'d ninn voptlod;  luru:    I   un.ii������������ii inih-iiih   um:    itn--������;,    "- ���������-������������������- < ������������������-'  '������������������������������������ ���������-"'���������"' '���������':'��������� : " .::;'.  rt'oro speeuilly roHitrvod for local dt-j nothing .I'tumt.  m--.    Judgo-thnt  Ih  ilmiuontH?" |vt.-ry ni^e���������hir It bpoiiir to tno   that  ,    "We have- nl. Roita of pcoph here," IV" nu' I'Wfrjly n h.-Iphh with other,   .li- if'Dllod,   "II !��������� ono of tho pi'Ihoii" I"-':Md"'������ tiin-.' '      " ,'    '  In -vhlph long nervloo prliuwiorn porvoi   A    a mmo    faco,    youth slrupglo.1  im lr iirnhntlmi, Ix foro g���������i���������^ to Port- Net Very  Likely fl  along tho stroui gripping In his iir..w  ll-.-.i '.������ M..r������mnor    Wo h.-ivn nil hoi-m I    "Old vnu ov.',- t otloo ono ihlng nho.it  n   fnli-Hl/.od   drefhiiinUor h  dummy.  ,  lef  iVi'.iws  lioi",    |-f������rhitpH. iill.T  \oiiia Adu"." yuwir i,pnM tl.u  uiua.iin������ >o,iu.  ;i.,i.  'h.v..  '���������i-i-i vour Ititirvlow wllh ihomuni    "WlmtV mku?" ]hls f.u'o llt'iiP      '  j-  lc.   ii     -"iv    i,ni   t',i.;il:   Uiissl.'in?' I    "Shi' r-un't   iikiIu- linn's  wln-n hIio'h      " l '>'���������> )']'��������� "''���������,  ho ii If,. I ��������� uii'kly tied up."��������� Hniili. on  Amor|o;in. Il,"\l1'   "���������'���������W1  \    Ili',,!i     -.l.l.il    t'tid   th,-   Cuvori'ur   '.Von-  )].inl'i.,l   I'im .us. i    "Are  vou  tlio  hump  mnn  who  !     'I   -Ml-ipn't-   '   ������i.t������iu   to   havo  Kon������'  th' c:tm,  rlnp," ho ,nn|.)  |.|  "tr    f.'iIh-.-r'B    it/i ���������  W. N. U. 1009  llc.'.v   ���������.:-.'���������,> t   whi,    i-an     tiiid><rxt.i! d  I j oii."* I.e fcii.o. and gluuccd dowu ut  tiuiip mnn  tuy ftiliu-e pic ].'������. week:'"  "No. mu. i.    '"H never bo  man aKtiln."--.\'fw VusU Mall.  ;i;  Truly iln-ro )������ < tlfto in tho nff.iira  of mon. Int thuri; la no g.ilf bti-L-a.n  ���������Lowell.  What is'Good Tea'?  One duy a woman asked her grocer il he had  any 'good' tea.   The grocer replied:  Red Rose Tea "is Good Tea"  There you have ihe origin of our modest slogan-���������the  reason for it. Red Rose, is a blend of the best Indian  and Ceylon teas. That's why all qualities of Red Rose arc  famous for rich strength as well as delicacy of flavor.  In I lb. ancl  V������ lb. lead  ]>iickm;i.'rt ;ti -10r., f>0o. antl  (iOc���������also in tins of 3 lbs.  and larger.  N.n.���������Cfiffpp tisors will find fird  Kfw Ctilli c ii-. KciiKtbUkly IJecil  at Uvft lio* 'Ibu, U4  ^  A) I **.t.1^-:i,.*,'i~a*-..-v*~
. jfc.tf.t3M** S,*Jl-.t��5*i* _W4 tf
J -tfi-t:*(��'.* jfrtJ-iwVS. -I n^ i .-TIcieJwai.,.
ft ~UW Wu^.lA,^ kt-w;��
��� MDli<M��i il'��*i .
"* ...'   7** "*   ,��'iji��i^��
NOTIOE ia horoby {��ivou tlu t npph-
J oaiieu will bo made to tha Superintendent of Provincial .Police, Victoria for a
licouse to sell liqnor by wholesale upon;
thb'preaiiscs sitiwUd on Lot C, lUock.15,
Cii.iibBilaud Townsite, Cumborland, 13. C
01 AU M USSATTO,. Applicant.
Dated this 1st day of October 1013.
, NOTICE is hereby giveu thatou lho first
' day of Dioiiibur next application will be
mado to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of tbe hotel license to sell liquors by retail iu tno
flotql known as the L >rne hotci, situated at
Comox,'B.C. CiKoiUii: M. lUuum
;Datcd October 1, 1918.     ;!
NOTICE is hereby given that on U*e
.first day of November i<)i.y, application
.will be made to the Superintendent ot
'.Provincial Polico, for a renewal of the
wlules-alc liqu w license upon the prem-
-tscs known as .Lot 34, Subsection ��, Nel-
.con -.District.
DiiUvd October ,��,st, 1913    v.
f�� *s&ws; miipmLm*!!);, mtesm kj^/meol
NO HOB is hiioby $ven 1 hnt on tho
.flr^t diy of Oeooinbor uexuipplii-nt'onSvil1
he made to thb Siipo intend nt A Provin-
.ouil Police, Viet >m, f -t- a, nuowal of the
li.'tei lu-euse to ocll li<]U .ra by totail in
tli�� hotel kiiowu tu the Union Indi-I. sit-
' uato at Utii-in, ll.C.   .loii.v N, NU-Lkoii '
Uii'nl tlio Istiluy nf October, 1913
���of British Columbia, Ltd,���
Comox���Union Bay���Nanaimo���Vancouver���Route
Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. 111 f. Tuesday up, in-
Leaves Union Hay, Sunday, 5 p. m... .Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon
Por Denman, Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.
RETURNING���Leaves, Vancouver, Saturday and Mouday, S pm
For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.  ,
Subject to change without notice.
NoT. OK is hoi'iby <,'iv n tlnit ou tlie
.first day of I) oombec next, applioacoii will
.be mudts to the Superintendent uf Pr.iviueiul
i'olicPt Wotorii��, for tlie rouewal of the lio-
.fci!l licon��e to sell liquors by retail iu tho
,li.)tel known as tho Kvtr��ido hotel, triuivce
at Coui-tuuay, li. 6. 0. H. Fhcunrk.
Ditod Octu'ow 1, 1013.
j, m m * m mi ~*~ *'   t    ��� ~ ��� ��� ���        ������   - ������   ���   ���*��� �� ���.��� .   im-��
NOTICK i�� horeby given th-it on  the
] -first d.\y.oC Dicoiubtr next application will
v be made to the Superiiiteiileiit.of Pmvin-
,ctnl Police, Vietoriti, for the renownl of the
.hotel license to Sill!liquors by 10rail in,the
ibbt.l know. ns:the WiUon hotel, situated
,at Union Bay 1?.C,
>' Ai.i-uiiiu IUpkiz HmtsK
.Dated October 1, 11)13.
J.   N.   McLEOD      FliOFiaiEXor.
English -t x BURTON Mwtiyn on tap also, tin? famous MILWAUKEE
BEERS���Auhenser, Bobomtan, Bohltz, &c., "OLD GREY BEARD"
SCOTCH WUCSKY, Bact Winoa and Liquors of all kinds
The tfoarding aud Lodging Mepartoieiit. under tho itntnediato superintendence
will bo lout d Firs* class in wory rcepcut,    '���
ihe reserve, the notice of which appear-
-d in>he 15. C. Gazette on tbe .271I1 clay
of December, 19117, is cancelled in si {ur
as it relates to the, following parcels oi
landi���the'W.-i 2 oftheS. E. 1-4, the
S. VV, 1-4 and the S. 1 2 of the N. W.
��� 1-4 west of ihe river in- Scciion 4; the S.
E. 1-4, the S. E. 1-4 of the S. VV. 1-4
and the \r. E 1-4 in Section 5: ihe S.
1-2 of ihe S. E. 1 4 in Section 3; tho S.E.
1-4, the S. \V. 1-4 ;>nd the E. 1-2 of the
N. E t-4 in Section 16, nnd the IC. 1-2
of the S. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 in .Section 21,
all iti'Tounslnp .-5, S.iyivaiil District, and
lhe N. E. 14 of ilu- N. li. 1-4 in Section 32; ihe N E t-4 of tlie S W 1 .} .-md
the NW 1-4 niuIN 1-2 of the N E i'-.l in
Section j3j thu N J--2 of lhe N W 1-4
and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section
34; and the ,S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N
W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,
S.tyward District. ..  '
The said lands will be open forentry by
pre-emption'on Monday, ihe 1S1I1 clay ol
May'ai the hour of 9 o'clock   in the forenoon; nil applications  to bj ��'iade at the
office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.    No Pre-emption   Record  shall
include more man "40 acres of land except in cases where it is desirable in in-
elude'small fractional  portions of legal
Subdivisions; information in which con
nertion may be obtained from plans   on
view at die abme mentioned Agency.
Deputy Minuter of Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria, lj.   C,
February nth   1914.
Richardson Slinlt/., ck-ceasi'M. va-
u-fitntc, Into ol' Stratidby, RupcU
District, H. C.
IN 'THIS MATTHK. ��f thiv'OlU-
cial Adniinistnitovs Act,"
TAKi? NOTICE -tlmt hy ^r-
derof IIU Honor 'Jmlge li.irk-r.
mado on the lOtli day of ��ruin-
1914, I wtw ' nppoi'iKid Ad-
iniiiistrator of tlio lYt-i ��� of th"
above-mentioned docca^.-d, ui><\. all
pai-ticR havitio c-ltiiius ao;aiiiSvl jl>"
said t'htatc aiv horuhy 1-^11 iml to
furnish eninc, ji��H)i:rlv verified, tn
1110611 or hcl'uro tho Loth d;>y. ol
July 1011. AND all , |^-'--
tios indchU'd to said rstaW\ mv )"-
qtiiivd to pay the hiiiuuiiL �����!' ih;o_.;
iivdobknlnt'SR to mo 1'orthwith.
Dated  this lOtli   day of .Imu:
W, WKsr.KY Wii.r.ARn,
Ollicial Adinini^ralor,
��� Cumberland, J>- 0.
^P^g^^?? E ): P C n'Z "'" S
Sfea   I-i* . P An bI! 'M *l
Aiivonfjr.cni'.lna 1;!'.:<-tf':i):."..!("v'.c.-'iii'-m' W67
nu.jlilf ii-.i-irijiiii <��;i' ���ifiStjn (-. nan jf.-Iii'i' ��������.������ -
luvani'i.-n tu r- >'js'i'iy i",lii;''''?1!1itV,. 0I' ���.';'''".���'.
lK,n9MOCU?r��*AM'-!Ml~.'.. t'd-tl'-UlOu "i..'fioiiie
soi:t im\>. i;lo .'l nceiiofi :��.('���> u:i'-i'p.i.- ���- -.
V*tr t.i ta^'ti tli.��o-.'(.'.i .'liri.v ft Ot). .-.clec
������Jal!Httee,wiyicu5CioT��\��. '������'.r-.'s   ���
A hr,nil��.��L-.ijly aiufctir.'-od wccV.y'. Luvr'>'. oir-
cu-.stt'jti Of litis si'lantlte Joarr. il. 'i t, m - -��� .
0..-uk!i>, J.;i.";.i �� yaar, poitiifjo ,��.M! - tl, ito'.'l uy
uli ue-'m lefi'i.-iv ,      . ���       .
R1UKN & Gb����sb~��*^ fcos? % "-*
Bruucii n. ..Hi'. (555 P 6t, Wta.ilnrt').'i. 1>. V.
m *  m m m tt m ** ta aa m  n ����������>�� �� -rr- *������ 1
��&,  ^
i.1-i'. o-V
.' '    ��.��-
:    ; ,inc   Srhnol.'
llm.���:,'.... 1 isii.   me
..  '-lot-ill     .
(. 1..
NOTICK'is hereby given tuut- on the
'1'irBt day of Docembor iu>\t appSicuthm will
be niacin to tho Siiporiutor.clent of Provin-
.ciul Police, Victoria, for the renewal ot the.
,Jio>l license toeoU'-liqnots hy retail v\ the:
lio el kiwwn as "tho Noli-on h��J��l, sttiu^e.i,
���at Union Bay, V,-.G. Jo'hk. Fiusnn.fi
f)ated Ootoher Is', 1913; -
RA.TES,       I ..        ������      t?l co per day and Up
The: GourJ:enay-l
'Ev^ry. convetiif ti"��� for gueete.,
��� i i'"
None-bufthe Best .of Wines and Liquors
at ihe Har.
-t3o'riiv<jbhristc*i;   Prop
;   Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds
Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.
Distributors' NM\7UMO, B. C.
'  Section 42.
NOTICE Is  hereby piven   thai
' one       month from date,
application, will be made to tlin
Superintendent of Provincial pol
ice for a', license for lhe s-ale of
liquor'bj' wholesale inland upon
lhe premises sit 111 led in '.he town
of Courtenay, B.C. known and
desoiibedas Lots 30 and 31, Section IU.
 I.Y. ��rtrl_.*.l-.:u__1 f,tl-,_'rl.'i.v nf A nril .
j/nl\;u���1 u iu���. wi ..���-.^.--j v. . - y- --.
j ������ Ltd.
j - Conrad Ri-ilel,
NOTlCiriS HEREBY GIVEN thiit the reserve of foreshore
and of the coal under the sei
fiouting 611 Nelson and 'Nsw-
CASlle'Districts, notice of which
appeared in the IJ. C, G'r.ze'.te
on the 6tli day of January, 1910,
is cancelled. ' '
���  Ii. A. Rknwick,
Deputy Minister of L.iuds.
Lands Department,   Victoria,
B. 0., 23rd June, 1914-
Sporfsmens Goods
General1 Hardware
'.SERVE, - .
Trains-will arrive at   Cumber.
vnTrrM." r ~ iiPl'PitY riV    iaml froin Un,on J "y ��"
N01ICLIS  IlbUbBV GI\-     ; Thursd     |indtinturday
EN that the Reserve, a notice of  .J     ... -        ... TIll- n
Puie Food Insures
fi�� Insures Pure Food.
which appeared iti- the   Bril'ish
OoHulibia Gazette on   the   27th
day ol1 December,   1907, i.s cancelled in so far as   it   relates  to
lauds covered by, Expired Timber  License  -No.    4293<>    and
kno^nns Lot No. 374, Sayward
District; aud that the said lands
will be opened for   staking   for
pre-omptiou as uiisurveyed lands
iu compliance with the provisions of the   "Land   Act",  at  9
o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday,   August    11, '1914.    *?oi'
further information apply to the
Government A^eut, Vancouver,
thtongh whoso oflice  all   applications must be made,
It.. A. Rknwick,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lauds   Department,   Victoria,
IJ. C, June to, 1914,  '
evenings, and will leave 1W Union
Bay Wednesday and Friday at 7
in the morning, and on .Saturday
at 5 30 iu the evening. There is
no eliinimi in t.ho S. S. Cowichan
died ale.
Any person er persons, cutting,
removing or taking any blocks,
timber or wood, of tiny doscriptiadn
lelongiug to tlio Wellington Colliery Uo'j'i, or from or off tlie land
of the said Com pany. or anyone
tipping rubbish of any description
anywhere upon the company's
hind will be prosecuted to llm full
extent of the law.
General Manager,
Colliery Co,)'.
' Section 42.
��� XOTl'CE is li'ii-ehy given that,
on the lutday of December next,
application will be made to the
Superintendent of Provincial Police (or renewal of the holel licence
to sell liquor by retail in the hoie*
known an tue J-luluHpinu lfotsl,
i-i uate at Lund, in the Piovinceof
liritish Columbia.
DaiedthiK ,81b day  01  October,
��� IN THE MATTEU o'' an, Application' for a fresh Certificate
of Title to Section 5 Comox
i\"0.-rlccns���liticwy���giv^.i��� w.-
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 Bcecroft Usshei: La-
con on the 3rd day of September
1891, aud numbered 12567 A.
which has been tost.
DATE Oat the Land Registry Office, Victoria, P.. CL, this
23rd dav of June 191,4."
S. Y. Wootton ��
Kee'istrar General of Titles.
c) "'liink'.i- 1     N/
will bo icicivt'il bv !
M'mi-iti-i-rii' I'uNic \s''M'ks 1.;
'rin.'.-ii.-iy,  the ivjib d-iy >n M".    >',.-ti-��
lhe  cicciirm  nii'i  C'r-7r'--i.  < f "�� i" '���
viioni scHooI-Iuh'-c ..t s 11. ?��� Ms'"  ' '"'i-
iji-n.'iiKl, in lhe 7<iwa-- i:-
I'l.riis   speiifii":ui'in,;   ' ���'"��� ���'��� - ���      "
f(ii-in,s ol .einlcr mav'lx' ^��-n ,M1, "'���'���'' v,r'
t  I-       iii;: 1st        i'1.'���       _ "' ''''..''
1-9 14, at   ���-'    tno      nnr.:o.      "f
Mr. ���]. lJiiinl, <JiivciTT.pnt A.��r-ni, "'"1.'
bci-Uintl, 11. C.;-.Mr. A. J. 1.-0). rl.u^.
Heci-fiiiirv of the Sc'ioul Lo.-iA, ': -jmbt;;--
linil; I). Y.\ '.'.'A 'h: Dei.-, -.o.-auu n.
Public \Voik-., Victnn.i
llv -ipplicati.-in 10 'be . mvU-- >.-,y'-'-K
comriclors 1; r.y <ihi:t'n :i f.cpy ..-i '.lie
p!.-.r.siiml.sp.c(:;iica-.i.-<:is for ihe: s-ni^ -A
lo.n AoilArXAA':}, which \��:lll..f: icl��n XA
on rciuini"K l"nlie "i;-!'C(K' uvAor-
ll'Acb pi-oiio'^il ii:'.-1 be  ;'ca\.-v,-.!iio-.!
by an .icccp'.'i'J bank cb'c.ir-.e "i-   Vfrirh
ra.ie o'filopciM'. (Mi ���*- A nW-<"A  Iv-mu 01
Canada, inadu payable  A  t'= :   "o-.our
;.b!u ibe ?.':\i;.:-ioi- ol  I'ubbt Wink-, i-ji   :
-nu. .equal t'1 i*>  1 <���"' '.xut of'.;.c ''.u:'-:r.
whirl, shall- br  iVrfciie-i- u" ih�� .������ ��� H' i--n-
ih-riiiK  'l'-ciim:   10.   '"Ale;   h:u.  ..iMV.nct
Alien called uwn u> 'lc ?������'��� <����'' "' '!,(; - '���''
��� f�� coiiiplce   ibe    uoik c ���lira'-i"^   im-
lin- d.-vipies 01 i-crlifu-^ics of-lepO'-i: A.
iii-i>ilvn,s--l'nl K'iKliJi-eis will be. ro ���- <a
u'i them upon the execi-.uoti ot \bt-
Ti:ni'ers will not be consiiiciscl iin'i-sy
diadc ouroirnTonTirnvrAii^prcrrj'sij;:i'(I<I~
wiih ihe acuial sij;ii.ilii''e oi' ib"   i-.mlcr-
cr anil   fin.lo--.ecl in llie fiivclopi-s I'urr.-
'i'he Imvesi or ,itiy icr.ilei-.not u-'ces?;!1
iiv acccptcii;
j. .K..CU!]���!���'ITI 1.
Deputy Mini-ior .aid Jiis'ibc. Works:
Ei'.irineci-; Depaitnier.i ofl'iibi'.;- Works,
���Viciori:'., 15. C, A.pnl 38,191,4.
my6 �� ������my"''
.ui ���uwai> im���� mt-i-'H |.......*.i����*jnT.i��<-..uiiifin.t,
(Section 35)
E, W. G1U12TT CO., LTD.
Toronto. Ont.
Sonlud tenders will bo   veeoived
by tlio Ministor uf Linidrt not la
tor thnn noon on thn 7th dny of
AugiiPt, 1DM, for tho ptii'chiiw of
DISSOLUTION OF PAKTNEK: U�����M X 3+l'   ,0   out  m^
r.-el of timhor 011 un ti\va  tvljoin-
ing Lot 171, Little VftWoa Inland,
Snywtifd Dintviet. Quo ymv will
bo nllowod for tho roinovul ol tiio
Fni'tlior piu'tittuliu'fl of tho Chiof
luji'DKlor, Vietorin, IL C
NOTTCBIr hutidiy \Avcn that
the pnniiiTHlup iwruioiuw ux'.nihiK
Initweon .lulin Thomson aud Artie
tn- Denton undor tlw 1irm nnmo
and Htylnof tbo IL C (lafige, enr-
rvinw un btniiwsH al (Hiinbcrhtud,
!l,C,wnioii IholTih day oi July, rnQTn,.SToryN f,om No
11)1-1, duly iUiioIvkI by mutual LOM Ok hi OLLIS fiom Mo.
coiiHHi.l. Tho!LC.<-Jurap"i:MKuv 7 Depot, Koi.Ph hicyclo, plated
Holtly wa#<\ and will iioncefor.h rinip, fitmi��ht hmullebar-v, bnok
Jw.cc'.iwlu.'H'.'! hy John Tlionifon. wheel line froo wheel hub brnko,
Atl tii-hto ^-i'aii��liiif�� provioiiH to thojtwo patc.lii'H on lJunb��p tiro.* ����u
AnW.tl lii-mliiiwi:, rrc payibl" <" j hni-k wheel. N" inuo^ioicd mi
Arilmr DcuHm. j f,
;).itfil Au��4'.Mt-S. Wl,     s
Riding on locoiuolivtin and rail
way earn of tho Union HollUiry
Conijnniy by any pcrnon or yor-
nuiH���oxoept 1 niu orow���io Htriotly
l>roh?Hte<l. KinployooB no suh-
ioc to dismissal for ulluwiug fiiii)��
Hy ordor
General Manaw..
���LIQUOlt ACT, 1910.
Scciion 42.
N0T1CIC is hoiehy given tlmt.
on the 1st day ni December next,
itpplioulion will be mad", to the
Sfnperit'U'ndcnt of Provimril Pol ���
ico for renownl of thn holol licence
to Poll liijuor by letuil in tho liou-1
known as llm Willowe Hotel, hiu-
iitoatCatnploll liivor, in tli�� Pro-
vineo of HrinaliColumbia.
Dated  thiB S1I1 day ot Oclobur,
NOTIOR is hereby given th��t,
on the ninth day ol May neM.
application will be made to the
Superintendent of Provincial Po-
lice for the nraulinR of a license
for the sale of liquor by rct.dl in
and upon the premises to be constructed iu accordance with thcj'}
phi^-and specilicatimis to be,lil-! j   (1�� Tn
for the Milk wa^o-i   ,
with ilie Ci'-en \)oy.
Our Milk is the product
or the Lest. Ked Cows
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^ALB AT VIUS OPK1CK ^XT THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  VISIONS  IN  THE  EYES  Why  it  Does  Not  Appear Absolutely  Dark  When  You  Wink  When u person winks his eyes he  momentarily  co\er&  the  entire    ejo-  balls and eve-ythiug therefore sho rid - mount, but no on-  could explain  Water  F-om   the   Yangtze  There is u oayn.g In China that to  niaue a perfect cup of tea .iou must  tnko leaves fr'jir.  Miiigsh(in a.id  witter from the Yangi-ze. . No one suppos.,  ed Die actual turbid river water to be  he  turn absolutely b'yck and be in total  darkness foi the .iisunt. Asa matter  of fact, ne certainly is iu total da'-k-  ness, bul he Is unconscious of the  Baiiie. ��������� ���������  '  The reason lie is unconscious    is  thai the eyr- if- iii'-jup.ible of u-inovmg  proverb until De Rosthern, who wrote  an i'lioresting treatise on Chinese t'.'a,  solved Die problem or thought he did.  De Kosthern was-once, crossing the  Yangtze near its mouth, at Cheniang,  when lip saw some, men in a boat dipping water into buckets. He Inquired  whv they did that and wnt Kid that  rUftl  Lovor  Simulation  OLQIATGH FR  zaimm-  t I  A ttrt'clillirrvrikril g������ni>rmi8  r-fT-r Irom tn culkbll-ht-tl  tr.it. We mo tii.hi.- ������\sn*r  Wii������l,i"i to ilioimiiiia ..(  mnilo Ml ovist tho  'voilit 'I ft hiltii-  kJt.ill.cmetit, Nov.  li your clunf - lo  oVlftln utw. Writ*  now. cuclonlnir 'i.\  (-ont-i for ono cf our  la-tlilonuM.i l.uJle.'  Lniit: liu-it-il., or  G<-nn' A'.N-rt������, fiulll  PHrrinu-'S iftl.l to w(.������r  with Hid wnlfli. n-lilch  *iil \m rim* l'rrvs  lili-nn w^toliLM *ra  RimranlfM-.l lho yr-arn),  ilmiM yen Uli'j ml-'  YAiit-u.'O of our rnnm-l-  )oo������ ofldr. Wo oxpect yon to mil ynuc frletiiti  hbout ������������ nnd show Uiem lho liwuiUllU *kirh.  Don't think, tliii ofto: too tiood to 1* trim. Imt send  25 c������nt������ to-.luy mul c������in R Krw- Wntrli. Von  will tm uni7i-.l-Wll.LUMS * 1.I.0Y1), Wlmle-nlo  JowBllfr������ (Dujit. 1������������ 1, W, Cornwallln lluo.1. Ixmilun, X.,  EncluJ.  a  certain   view   from   itself  until  an i     - ,        . ,   .    .  eighth of a second bus "elapsed. So tl.e!ftt \ le oot'om ������   lhfi l)y}' Uie,'!> wa* a  view  sucn  just  bcl'ort-  tlie hall  tjec-s i ������PrIuB.    remembered    since tho timu  into oe'.ips, centimes to be seen fori"'"*-" th? I10**"1- r,VOr. becl- Tfts <!ry  an cUhth-of a jjpconu. Mm as i'jo cye! ������������.'���������������������, ������������(1 thu V"? B|,rin,B wa!or���������wn8  is not covtuvd by lhe Ud-as long na; ������sll,y, *M00X,1}   h\ c������ok.er>     }\������?Q;  C-en. he eoneiudor;  he had found that  the old ono '. special  water of the .Yangtze which,  1     ^ witli Miugshiiii leaves, mado iho best  cup of i"ea in th i world.  Comparative Values  A German peasant had just lost his'  faithful   row,    'Us  wlfo  became    so'  nil  grieved  aver tho hh.- that  her hofiM, I  inenl the old vlmv h.'for  lias  vanished.    Thus tlio darkness is  not   noticed,   jiltlvnujh   there    is   no  doubt thai it exists  Thin ,s:i:nc peeiilr.rily oftho eynfn-  iihli-s niovhg pIcmii-os to have their  h ing. It nisi. Is the ivmsoii why a  llghied to.vh 'vhi.-l'd rnpidh h������'ui:  shows a path iiu-tciui of u si\-]iion;:v nf  tor.-hi'!-     Also why a rapldlv rotating  wl!;>cl d-���������������"!. not show its spokes  a Riia:ii:hnt be taken of such a wlm>l  k does .-sh v; tl'.i ������in kt-s, however, am',  provi-s tin1 above .fact ,of peisiKiPiue  Or if Hie uitt>el ho viewed hv a light'  was broken aiid she  ion. died   Seareo-  ly  was  shi>. bin-it d   when  ont of  tl.o  "j7  neighbors caine ami offered his diiugh-  nin:' Mash it shows them.-  Wudd.  -New  Yor!  Net Her Fault  "It is the .inii' of every man and  woniii:; m be maried at tlie. ago of  twenty-two," said tlie lecturer.  "Well." said a woman of thirty,  with -omo aai'Ciity. "you nue:li.'l t-11  ni'1 Talk to tlie mon."���������Philadelphia  I eJger.  ter. anothoi nis sister, and ������ third his  niece, for a who whereupon the farmer remarked;  "Well, i csiii'a isily see that It is better to lose a \y,iiV than a co^ in this  town. As soon as my wife is dead a  choice of half a dozen wives is offered ;  me, but when my cow died they didi .'t  offer mo a single one,"���������Youth's Coin,  panlou. ' , " .  '���������  POISONOUS  MATCHES  In less than two years   it will  be unlawful to buy or use  poisonous white phos  phorous   matches  Everybody    should   begin  now to use  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS     ''SESQWr-MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  Liberty  I.ihf-ty is the -ight to do what tl.e  law allows and if a citizen could io  what th.' law forbids it would be no  longer HbiTty uec.-.use others would  have the same po.vor.���������-.Moutesjuuu.  At tho Concert  "Why d:> so many people yawn all  at once just now?"  "Didn't /ou notice that the critic  over there in th* font row yawned  Ilrst? Everybody else wants to show  that he. too, is a musical sharp/'���������  New York Pest.  GUARD BABY'S HEALTH  - IN THE SUMMER  The summer moi.ths are the most  dangerous to ilttle ones. The com-  pliums of that season which are cholera Infantum; diarrhoea and dy son-  try come on so quickly that often a  little ona 'r, beyond aid before the  mother realizes ho is-.really ill The  mother must b>* ou her guard to prevent, these troubles or if they do come  on suddenly to jure them. No other  medicine is of such aid to the mother  during hot. weather as is Baby's Own  Tablets. They regulate the bowels  and stomach anp are absolutely safe.  Sold by medictn ��������� dealers or by mail  at ^5 cent's a box, from The Dr. Williams'  Medlclm Co., Brockvlile,  Out.  Japan Censors Books  In Japan ti c censorship of novels  Is uot exe'vtsed bv the librni'les but  hy a government 'official who is em-  piiwi red to p.'osecute offending authors as we'l as forbid the sale of tliy'lr  books Not lang ago the author of a  Japanese novel called "The Great  (''ty" was crought'before the courts  for giving toe realistic a description  of life In Tolut. Ills counsel used lhe  old arguments atom the indefensible  rights of '..'teraturo and the ennobling  of everything by art. But the case  was given against tho author. lSveu  seme of Moi'.erc's works have been  forbidden to circulate in Japan, the  ground of offense being'the lack of  respect shown by wives toward their  husbands und by sons toward their  fathers.  Verlalne and ihe Burgkra  Accordlug co a contemporary, a Par-  Is beggar, se-eMc'an old man about to  give h'm a halfpenny, Bhowed his ecu-  tempt.for tho gift by taking a silver  coin from hfa own pocket and' bestow-  ii.g it on tho ahnsglver. Let us hope  the recipient fared better than Paul  Verlalne did undar somownat similar  circumstances. , Ono night the poet  woke up to And a couple of burglars'  in his room. Shortly before ho had  been driven ly poverty to sell every'  stick of furniture and was reduced to  sleeping on a, sack. His-visitors were  so touched by LIiIf evidence of -dire  poverty that thoy gave him a frano  apiece and. took their departure. "Unfortunately" vci-lnlno had to admit  when he related the story, "both tho  coins wore bad ones."���������London Tnt-  lor.  three  Har! Luck  Binks���������That    chap    pitched  years at YuL.  Winks���������A'hat's he doing now?  Uinl--s--i')esideiH    of a  bank.    His  arm    wtiu    back    on him-���������Chicago  News.     ' .  for  ��������� "I  have just  sold  that  picture  $2,000!" said  rhc jubilant artist.  "I congrati.le. ywU on. your ability,"  replied "eho critic.  "Thank you.   I. makes a difference  doesn't  ft?"  "Makes  a  difl'oience?   I   di n't   un-,  derstand you."  . "I mean that it makes a difference  when-a man succeeds. Up to this time  Pills For Nervous'1 Trouble?.���������Tho  stomach is the centie of the nervous  system, and when Uie stomach' suspends healthy action the result is  manifest in disturbances 'of the  nerves, lf allowed to persist, ��������� nervous debility, a . dangerous ailment  may ens-ie. The ,!rst "consideiv.tion is  to restore the stomach to proper action,'and there is no readier remedy  fo- this than Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. Thousand!, can attest the virtue of thisi oiils in curing nervous  disorders.  Lightship..Rlsks  It would seen that the perils ot a  lightship crew i:i a gale'exceed eveti  those of a lighthouse keeper. Mr. Talbot, in his ' Lightships and oLight-  Itouses," give-i an example -,of the  havoc played by cne Atlantic wave in  -Autograph ' hunting somoUmos  proves a profitable pursuit. A French  Bohemian of the second emplre, Lud-  ovic Plcard,-made a steady-income  out1 of, it for some years. His most  successful- .coup . .was accomplished  witli,,a1 letter'in-which he posed as  "ono of tlie unappreciated who Is meditating suicide and seeks for counsel  and aid in. this . hour of sore distress." This effusion drew a number  of celebrities, including Beranger and  Heine. Lacor.laire sent ten closely  written pages, which were promptly  converted into cash. Dickens also fell  a victim and took the troublo to answer in French. Eventually Pienrd was  shown up i.i tin.- press by Jules San-  den n and had to seek another occupation,���������London Chronicle.  :you  have. nev������jr uttered a  word    cf, the case of th   lightship that g-iards  'praise or encouragement to me.- Two  the terrible rocky fangs known as the  or three times yon have made slight-1 "Seven Stones,"   which  lie    between  .ing references to my ability as a paint- Land's End and the Scilly isles: -  _er. Now-fchat���������I-^ia-vB-.sold_B_pictur&. "Once   a.   wave     tumbled    aboard,  for  a   good   price,  vou   begin  to' see  . what you could not see before���������that  1 have artistic taient."   "  !    "Oh, I'm not congratulating you on  ' your artistic talent, but on your ability  as a'salesman.'  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WIN SLOWS  SOOTHING SYRUP  USED  BY  MILLIONS  OF   MOTHERS  FOR THREE GENERATIONS  HERBALIST  A'.ver's   Restorative  Horb  Capsules  No. 3.    Female Laxatlvo    Regulative  Norvo  Tor.ic  Compound,  Prici-  $2,00  Writrt O. P. Alver, m Sherbournu St.,  Toronti,  r������A"l ENTS  Frthcrstnnhtiuirh &. Co., head off 1 so.  King mreel cast Toituito, Canada.  Marthas Vineyard in 1602  I lore is '��������� hi11  Bartholomew Gosnold  wrotn of Iii. voyage to Marthas Vine  yard in \W2:  "Wo Hlood awhile like men ravished at the loautie nml deiieacle of tins  Bwcut sollu, fo- IiuKldo divers clo.tr  Ia'i\H of fresh wninr (wlioivof we s-iw  no end), meadows very lurg'J and fill  of Rrcon grasf, and iunih nn Incrodiblo  number of vImoh tlmt wo could not do  for '.redding ;n U.oin. This Is tho good-  lt"Sl. lnnd ovor wo saw, for It Is re-  pli'tilslicd wllh fiilco Holds and In  them ti-iigriiiit llowurs; also nieadows  uirl li'Mlg'.\| wi-'h Htiitely groves"  Mnrlliiis \'liieyiii'(l Is slill covered  with thi' wild ftnipo vines wnich gave  It it<i iiiiiiio, and Um I'lirius havo oftf-n  a high Manning for productiveness,  liidet'd, on,' of these farms onci> boasted Mm Iiu'kobI co"ii crop over prodiiccd  on an acre. The yield w.-ih i:i"i liuish-  dIk i.f shelled corn.���������Chrlsiliui Seiei.eo  Monitor,  "Lacking In Distance  Artist���������You don't seem quite to lihe  the picture. I'm not altogether satis-  lied with it myso'.f. A little lacking  in distance, isn't it?  , Candid Friend���������Yes; T guess, Hint's  what's the matter, 'Bout live miles  would help  it a  heap.���������Puck.  Causes  Lots of Trouble.  Most of .the trouble is due to tho  fact that half of the people are men  and the other half women.���������Philadol  phla Ledger.  crashed -a miin agilnsP the pump","  knocked him half senseless; picked up  the lifeboat and threw it against th3  deckhouse, and in so doing caught  another jrembar of the crew, mauling  his tl igh badly in passing- Two out  of :.he seven men forming the'crew  were thus put.hors de combat by a  singlo wave."   ,  The lightship is a British idea, and  the first e\^r used was placed in the  mouth of rhe Thames in 1713.  India's Light Winds  In over live-sixths of the territory of  India the wind forces ai'e not strong    , t ,, ,. ���������   ,  enough to specially encourage the uso slres. atA lh,e dI,������lB tT1,,1G offering pray  ���������c winiimiiiq ers to Acalana-ha  In one matter the  Peculiar Japanese Hlte  Segitera temple, in the province of  Ise, Japan, is the scene each July of  a peculiar rite dedicated to the worship of Acala.iatha, the' faithful servant of Buddha. Tho" rito is known as  a "goma" (a corruption of Sanskrit  "homa") or "burning." Buddha taught  that the cause of suffering Is desire,  and therefore the priests ot tho Shin-  gon, a Japanes ��������� sect of Buddhism, kin-  dlo a fire to consume all human de-  o������ windmills.  During ti'iO short seven years of r.er  life, little Floi-'jucr? Louise had becomo  duly impressed wi'h the provi.lonce of  bpe'clalists in rhe medical  profession,  One day, rol'irnlng from a visit to a  I'ito may be nald fo defeat its own  ends, for It attracts a crowd of farm-  ors full of desire to obtain embers or  ashes from tho ili'v wliich is suppof-od  to havo consumed till dofilr-R. The tradition  ii  that  tlm  possession   of  an  small plavniato sht calmly announcd . fmbcr or ashes trom tho sacred llie  "Uenn swallowed a button.' i insures a  armor good crops the next  "Are yon not worried about hor?" autiinin-���������Argonaut.  she was inked  "Oh, sho will get. along all riglit!"  Florence Louise complacently replied.  "They sent for a regular button doc-  tor."���������Judi'O-  "Jack," Bttld tl.o. young wlfo after  Hln; had 'usl liinc Mi wllh her husband,  "you've eertnlnly Improved wonderfully in your dancing Hon'! yon vinom-  her Ikav frightfully you used to tear  my dr������'HK<,H?"  "Yes," rr'illed Jack, ''I wasn't buying tliem thou.'  The Boss (fo \ laborer who had  come for employment)���������Arc you a  mechanic.'.'  Thi> Laborer���������Nn, sir; I'm a Mc-  Cai'lby.'-HYHln UmiriJ.  Wlu'ti you er'Mewo n man ho Is ilrst  tflki'ii ������lm?lf, and then he takes af-  front.--\V. Tadinaii.  Hi! Rhiw of tnigiii.' and ipiloU at eye.  ���������Corvniit������H.  Margiii-el-- How does your friend,  Mrs. Brown,' stand on thu suffrage  munition?  Aniiii���������Hhe's dolag picket duty,  Mnruuivt���������Uolug picket duty���������what,  for suffrage?  Anna--Oh, nu she's on tho fenco.���������  Christian Uoglfltcr.  Dinah (cinployed as waitress)Yes,  ilium, I inn a-ioiiviiig dis place tumor*  iow,  AMi'trcsi���������Wh.. Dliinh, whatever  Clin hnve dlspl-'iisod you with your position? Haven't 1 buen troaMiig you  well?  D|nah--0,i) yriHS, Indeed, yon hnvo,  miin;. Bul. lo L>11 de trtif, Miss, In alt  liii('ino dey an, to.  much Bhlftin' oh de  V    t i-    ���������      \ r    ���������.,.,,r,,     ,,f    J,^     vllllo.--    .-  Din WiH-honhiil o.  ss|W o% p.iL'H  "I oversaw and cvorheiird this delightful littlo tilings In an alley running north from Payne avenue yesterday," hii.vh a more or less cryptic correspondent, "Two boys wero llgntlug.  One was a very nu hoy and the other  was very skinny. The thin one haa a  barker, ho vevor, who seemed to hi  vory wise to n 1 tlio tcchnie-.litioB of  thu manly tut .if pelf defense.  "'Hit him -n tlio nolfir plexi'.c kid,1  shcuted the senond- 'Hit him In tlu  solar plexus, nn' you'll put Uv big nib  out.!'  " 'Where's his solar plexiiH at?' panted lho Ihln cuo  " 'Aw, hit lil'- 'inywhero-���������you can't  iiiIhh It!' answered tlie tucker,"*-  Cktvcliiid Pmln j:wi'or.  After the '-aiinpnay had ponn Mrs.  MiiHon said lo nor hi'Hbiind, ' What on  eai-tli did you mean, John, by tidlli-i;  the Fh-inliigs I'nit my humor wiih positive, bul not negative?"  "I niimiit," said Mr. Mason, dlscret*  ly moving toward th<s door, "that you  could mako a Joke, but couldn't tako  one!"  A Hnmil hoy who waa hitting next to  a very hnugl'iy lndy in n oroivdMl cr.r  Kept luill'i'lng In ii very annoying manner    Af hint lho huly could boar Jt l.o  W.iii.f.i- >ii.,l  (nrtiod  tn thn 1-irt  "Hoy, luive vou got a liandlcertlilei?"  id'i* df'iimndi'd   '  The hinii'l Iioy looked nt hoi for a  f'-w Hfconds, and then. In a dignified  tone, en mo the nr.fiwor:  "Yes, I "live, but : don't lend It to  HtrniuuTs."  VV. N U. ^003  Diplomatic Letter  Tin- a,i>">,nii >i)iiu^ mail, Uioki'ii Iti  healih. was m-ni to the soul Invest tu  riMMipiTiti- IL* wna In lull Tor atoal*  In Ku hind i|i,nrU:- of beef- He writo  hoin- "1 >��������� nr Fiithi>r��������� I've picked iji>' To be li'itoranl or thi- Avon ot tl.o  fyw'i floh sluri I ram*, lion1, hut am most ceb-b nt. ft mei. of niitli|ttity (������ to  btil: (������������������ itIm.-i' to mv room. Vlcasti s -ml  cnniinuc in a -'.-iii' uj t-lilbJljood all our  Th*  Drr.gon  Fly  Perhaim tho most wonderful of r.ll  Ini-ootr-    tp    t]\r,    ilrnf������nn    fly       Tt    ptipp  through tho air ,it tho rnto of sixty  unlet) uu nour ami can stop instaiitiy  or can uh:nigc .Is coiirte backwiinj or  sldewnyH without lesBenlng Its spi>ed  or changing the position of Its body,  Innnnltv  There has never lii'i'ii u satisfactory  definition cf Infinity, tho host that of  Sir William Hamilton, that tt Is "tho  paralysis i f tho n-gulatliig or legls-  lullvo fa,Millies of the iiiind,' lonvlng  uh far from being satisfied. Like sloop.  like dreams, like lll'e Itself, Insanity is  a iij> tti i-i > '.i.it ni mail iiiub intainl.i.  ItB causes lb- In the "De jirofuiidis"  tlia' li" ."'ii-M'-i' h.i-- riR yr-t e.\ji|orod ���������  New Vork Aimrlr-aii.  Stud/ Crest  Men  Solid Granite  The inquisitive traveler kept poking  his head out ihe window of the car  to the gr?at annoyance of the conductor'who severa1 times stopped to  warn him agulnsc the d-uiger. At  length he tapped the, careless one on  the'shoulder and said:  "Pardon me, but this time I must  insist that yo-.. withdraw your head."  Insolent"..- the traveler spoke back  ovor his shoulder without complying  with the iequi-&t: -���������  L\\Ui\hh.  idliinrd's Liniment Co., Limited, ,  , Dear Sirs,-���������Thlt fall 1 got thrown  on a fenco and hurt liiycheBt very  bad, so I could not work and It hurts  mo to breathe. 1 tried all kinds of  Liniments and thoy did me no good.  One bottlo of "MlNAItD'S UNI*  MF.\T, warmed oil llunnels and applied on my broast, cured me. completely.  C- II.'COSSAQOOM.  ,   Rossway, Blgby Co,. N.S.  iM  HI ��������� fl I IftlWJiiflUlftlinilM  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Cun  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS nev������  fail.   Purely vegetable���������act surely  but gently on  the liver.  Stop after  dinner  distress  cuie indigestion���������improve the complexion���������brighten  die eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small /Vic*.  Genuine, must bear Signature  wwm'wwww  African teakwood is renowned for  Its indestructible, qualities. Jt was  used to an enormous extent In shipbuilding and many ships built of It are  still In existence more than iOO years  later; most of tho famous East India-  men were built of teak. "The wood Is  very heavy and hard; Its weight is  from 42' co 52 pounds per cubic foot,  whereas pine only weighs about' 30  pounds per cubic foot. Teak is easily  worked, but the large quantity of solid  contained In i'��������� necessitates extra hard  tools and evun then they are subject to  rapid wea*. The wood contains an oil  which .prevents nails driver, into It  [rom rusting,���������American Machinist.  An Austra'lan Courtsnlp  When William of True Kern made  up to Kat.. Ityai. the moon waa  bright and tho weather was feolli.g  good. He t-scoi-ted her homy over tl.o  two milo read, and never n word said  ho but "p.'a a bonzer night for' possums, IOi'.o."  Next,night ho met her again and  pouted the .������am������ remark' ii.to her  shell-like ear. This went on for a  week, and Kato bore it patiently, la  the belief tha', when the moon waned  and darkness was upon the earth and  the sins thereof, William would be  more explicit. .  So ono davl* night sho encouraged  him all sho could, but without making  her bashful lover loosen his tongue  until the jouiney homo was nearly  completed. Then he ' blurted it out.  "Kate," he said, "er"���������"Yes, William,"  slua murmured. "Er���������a bloke wouldn't  have a ftovg's. chance with the possums tonight!" That settled Bill.���������  Sydney Bulletin.  "Oh," said the conductor, nettled","  "we are coming to a bridge, and I  don't want any of the. girders damaged by your head."  And then tho head came in.���������St.  Louis Posi-Dispatch.-  Tongue Charms-  The tongues of animals lu.ve been  and still are in some, parts of the  world favorite amulet's. , A totigui! cut  from a iiv-.r.g Cox is said to ward off-  disease of all 'iinds, but as the person  carrying one will surely die if he happens to meet a fox at any crossroads  tho charm -s seldom used. The tongue  of the vulture plucked out with iron  and hung about a man's neck hi a new  cloth will b-.-Ing hiir what he desires,  and some Kast Indians believe that if  they do int bite, off the tip of the  tongue, of any wild naimal .hey kill  they will not have good luck in hunting.���������London Tit-Bits."   ,  ��������� The most obstinate"corns and wart*  fail to resist HoLaway's Com'- Cure.  Try it-  Hard Luck  Husband comes in to find his wif������  turning evt-rythlng topsy turvy.  "Gracious, Isabel; What are" vou do-  ing?"  "I just ..received a telegram from  Aunt, Jane saying she'll be here at  6.30, and I can't find hor ..photograph  'anywhere. ���������Chicago News-  He���������You look to' me older than you  said you were.  She���������You can't expect me..^to_ remember age. Why, il's alt'ermg^all"  the time.���������Fllegende Blaetter.  If you want to forget your troubles  get a pair of tight boots.���������Des Moinos  Leader.  Ebony Backed Brushes  When you clean the ebony brushes  on your toilet 'able rub petro.eum jelly over the backs before you wash thh -  bristles, as this prevents the soda or  ammonia in tlie- water from injuring  the ebony. The jelly should aft'-r-  wai'(L ho ,removed by polisning the  back with a drv cloth.  -Malaj:ropr!an-'  Visitor���������Yivar husband gets a lot.  of sentiment out of pipe.  Mrs- Itichquick���������Goodness, yet!' It  is perfectly disgusting to see him'  clean it..-Judg*. ' ��������� .  v  \  Appetite Poor-Digestion Bad-Daily  Grew Weaker-Lost Faith in Medicino  Headache is n symptom and not a ditonso In  Itself. True, relief may bo obtained by the use of  powerful opiates but the shock to tho nerves is tre-  mentions uml the result a further weakening of tho  system,  To really cure headache it N absolutely necei-  snry tlint the exhausted nerves he restored nm! revitalized. This cun bent be uccompllblieii hy the uro  of Dr. Chime's Nerve Pood.   The benefits are both  certain nnd lasting, for by building up tlie system  the ciuific of trouble is removed,  Thin hns been proven In many thounnnds of  c*H6i mid we can not do butter thnn quote here the  letter from Mr. Donnernl, who suffered nlinost con-  stimtly from headaches for two yearn, Doctors did  their best to cure him but In valu, Dr. Guise's  Nerve Food made a perfect cure because It removed  the cuuse,  Mr. Charles Donnernl, Kleinburg, Ont, writes:���������-"I wish to communicate to you  the great cure which I have received from Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, I was a sufferer  from headaches for over two years. I took medicines from physicians and yfet the  headaches persisted and I was rarely free from them, About a year ago, I saw one of  Dr. Chase's Medicine Books, and I thought I would try his Nerve Food. I did so,  and I must confess with very little faith, but after I had taken a box, my headaches  were easier, and after I had taken two boxes they left me. My appetite was always  poor and my stomach was bad, and now my uppetite is splendid and my digestion is  excellent. I had become thin and weak from the constant headaches, but now not  onlv have I been cured of all them, but my strength is growing once more, and I feel  like a new man. I am exceedingly grateful to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food for curing  mc. I give this testimonial with great pleasure as I hope thereby some other sufferer  from headaches will be induced to try Dr. Chase's Nerve Food and will be cured."  Dr. Clinic's Nerve Food, 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, all dealers or Edmonton, Datei & Co., Limited, Toronto  KUi  "I,"    I  .'.'I.IU1K'!  diiy;i. -Pli.wr.-h. B  r- lfc* VKttf ",a������?"������i i*.* Vniftu^.  ���������---ttr  /  tflf  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  D������  iCJT LOSSES  SURELY PREVENTED  111   Al ,fi     l"   Cutter'*   Blackleg   Pllln.     l.mv-  AflVXiVIi.   lirlcod, fresh, reliable: prufor.-cd by  Wrstsrn auickiiH-n l>e������ni9������ they uro.  ���������������     m ^Wta    tcct    when    other   vaotlnej   (nil.  B      ���������_, #  "     Writo for booklet ami leallmoiiUU.  , 1      r* B  n     10-dote pkge. Blackleg Pllll $1.00  1 il  <VJ������    50-i!oie pkge, Blackleg Plllt   4.00  Uso Miy InlK-lor, hut Cutler's lisst.  TI������o siiportorlty of Cutter iirntlucts la t!ua to otcr 15  yearn of ipMlalliins In vaoelnei and serums only.  Insist on Cuttor'i.   If iinoMaluable, order (llreit.  THE  CUTTER  LABORATORY,  Borktley. California.  HOLES  IN   POTS  AND  PANS  ARMNGTQN  ,    WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Soinetluns belter lhan linen ind blK  laundry bills Wash ��������� i with soap ami  wiutir. All stums or iliroct. Stale style  ami sue Kor Mc we will mail you  THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OF CANADA,  Limited  68 Frnser Avenuo, Toronto, .Ontario  THH NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nil N������2.N.S  TH������RAP;ONKlat������  cii'at success, curbs cmhonigwiuknkss. lost vigor  Jt VIM KtnSBY, BLM1HKR, OlSEWRS, M.OCIO POISOM.  HLKH. K1TI1KK NO, HKUOr.lHl'S or MAU. 81. I'OST 4 CTS  roU'OKHA CO, 911  ilKKKMAN SI'.NKW VOKKor LVMAN BROS  TiiHosro.  WMira roti FREC hook to ur, Lk Ci.eko  MKlJ.CO.IlAVKKSTOCKRn.liAMI'STKAD. LONDON liNO.  TKVNKWIJKAOKKU'ASTKt.KSSII'OKMUt'   KASV TO TAM  THERAPION K5"nSSDc..t  IKK THAT fKADK MAKKKU WOKD TIIKKAIMON IS ON  ���������klT.GOVT.aiAUr AUnX-atlTOALLQKNUlNKPACKKTI.  Noie Tip Vaccination -���������   '  The young Japanese diplomat pointed to his father, the inartiuis.  "That's father," he said, "the old tel-  Jow with 'ne saucer shaped scar en  the tip of his nose. All Japs of ih(-  oldergene'-ation have that scar."  "Yes?" sal-.' the debutane  "Ves,  It's, a vaccination  mark.    In  tho old days, when compulsory vacci-  iiatlon first began, we .laps vaccinated  ' everybody  on    tlie  Up  of  ihe- noso  Why?    Well,  bec'Mise it was  a good  place, where there's no movement to  rub off the sc.������b. and also because a  -vaccinated scav on thc'Miose was easily identifi d by tin medical jTiccrs of  the government.    A man didn't have  Dto take off-half his clothes ih order to  prove that he'd been vaccinated.  'Yes, the :icse tip vaccination had  its good points, bin before the modori.  lianhorin'g ufvei beauty it had to go,"  -HNow- York Tribune.  Quick and Easy Method of Repairing  Them at Home  Pots and pans, whether of iron or  tin (which is only iron tinned over),  get holes in their bottoms all too  soon to please che economical housekeeper, Ther it becomes necessary to  call in the tlnsmitu, who puts a lump  of solder In the hole. This soon melts,  and the -iolo is there again.  But nothing iB easier than to repair  such holes at home and without tho  aid of, a tinsmith. First of all mako  the hole round by Inserting tho point  of a knife and twisting Jt back and  forth. , Place the pot, or pan upon any  Arm, flat ptecs of metal, such as nn  anvil, a bar of Iron or nn Inverted fiat-  Iron, so that the hole Is immediately  over and touching the latter. In the  middle of tho hole place- a shot of  about the size of tho hole. Any pkco cf  lead will serve If the shot Is not  handy. Now a few sharp blows with a  hammer will flatten the shot and  spread It out, filling tho hole tightly  and overlapping enough to hold It in  place. A few strokes with a nio uud  a rub with sandpaper, complete the  operation.   Thu repair is permanent,.  If is said that a nolo as large as a  quarter of nn Inch in diameter can ho  mended it. this way-���������St. Louis Post-  Dispatch.  HOW TO OBTAIN  GOOD DIGESTION  OYSTERS   LIVE   AND . DEAD  u Rats  In America lt is (.-stlmated that tho  number of tils is r-early eipial to tho  population, but thoy are not i.early as  dangerous or destructive as the rats  found in many of the foreign countries and are moro easily exterminated. It is estimated by Professor Elliott that thero ure -10,000,000 rats in  the British Isles. India's population  \a outnumbered by rats to the extent  of four rais to each human being.  Entertainment For All  "A pretty sSirl uan get a lot of en  tertainment  out of her mirror,'    observes an excna.igc.,  True!     So,'cau  a  plain  girl  thinks sho  Is  pretty.���������Boston  script.    "'   ���������  who  Trail-  Yankee (0,1 hia lirst visit to the Victoria Palls)���������Waal, 1 always reckoned that Niagara Falls was the last  word, bul coi.'ipar-Hl to these they'are  nothing mure tnan blooming perspiration!���������London Opinion-���������  The   Stomach   Must he   Toned  and  Strengthened Through the Blood  The victim    cr.    indigestion    who  wants ]to eat a good meal, but who  knows that suffering'will'follow, finds  but poor consolation in picking and  choosing a diet.   As a matter of fact  you cannot gv?t reiief by cutting down  your food to a starvation oasis- The  stomach must be strengthened until  you can eat good,    nourishing   food.  The only way to strengthen the stomach is to siifich the blood, tone up  tho nerves and give strength to the  stomach that will enable It to digest  any kind of food. Is through a tatr  use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills   The  one mlssloi' of these pills Is to mako  rich, red blood that reaches every organ    and. every nervo  In the body,  bringing lcnevc-d health and activity.  The following caso    illustrates    the  value of Dr."Williams' Pink Pills In  curing    indigestion.    Mrs.    T;   Uoid,  OrungevUle, Cut., says: "I havo much  pleasuro in testifying to tho reliability  of Dr. Williims* Pink Pills. For several years I hai suffered greatly from  stomach trouble- Several doctors prescribed for me but their medicine did  not  help  me.    After  every   meal  I  would suffer great pain, and would of-  , ten "be attacked with nausea.' I grew  weak and had almost lost all hope of  recovery.    At thb juncture I decided  to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which  were recommended to me.    In theso  pills I at' last found the right medicine,.,ahd i am once more in good  health.    I   havo   much   pleasure    in  sending you   my  testimonial    in  the  hopo that it -.vill encourage some suffering persons to try this, sure remedy." .    ��������� .  , Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by  all  medkine dralers or will be sent  by mail at 50 ctnts- a box or six boxes  for $2,50 by the Dr.  Wiliams' Medicine Co-, Brockville, Ont-  Auto-Halluclnatlon  A   J x,    ���������,   ���������,.        .,.���������     ,    Answering the question  "Will  you  And the BI3 Di*ercrce It Mal'eg W^en please explain how a person is lifted  They Are E. ten Raw by four persons  placing  their index  Speaking about keeping hotels, fingers under his shoulders and legs  Simon Ford, who won fame'and fcr- by means of sjigbt lifting force at  tune in that piofesslon, had this to time of inhaling a long breath by each  say about the succulent oyster: (person and by the person about to be  "People have ccmo and sworn -to. lifted?" Edgar Lucien Larkin in the  me that wo had the finest oysters in New Yor'- American says-  the world,   Now, that was all tommy       I  have been asked  thi  rot, Wo had the same oysters any ouo  else couid buy, although we always  bought the beat we could.' But there  is this about tho oyster: When he Is  good he Is, very, very good; when he  is bad he It very, vory bad.  "There lu a whole lot of difference  between a dead oyster and a live one.  When an experienced opener puts h's  knlf Into ui. oyster he can tell In a  second if tho" oyster Is really alive.  Ilo can e\en tell by tho resistance  whether the oyster' is lu prime condition or onlv fair If tho oyster was  not just riglit our men would throw' it,  away, and thoy,used to throw away  about one oyster iu every four that we  bought.  "A' dead oyster isn't fit to eat raw.  Put the live oyster that Is opened  right hv front of you and slays'on tho  plato just long enough to squeeze a  drop of lemon on, he goes down your  thr-mt u .juicy and a palpitating treat.  That's only possible when you stand  up to an oystjr bar.  ' "Why. in some of our gilded palaces  they begin��������� to open oysters aftor  breakfast and you get them for dinner. Well, you got them, that's' a'l.  nnd they're dead! A corpse is a corpso  even if it Is kept on ice."���������-Henry M.  Hall in Now York World.  Is question  many times, If a person .initially has  been lifted and those doing the lifting  think that the 'law.of gravity is partially suspended" then tho iifters are  under self halliK-iuiitlon or auto suggestion insofar as their impression of  lifting is concerned. They actually  lift far more than they think, but tlu-y  will not admit this, as thev are partially self hallucinated in the belief  that the body of the person will rise.  And if they really succeed In lifting  the man two inches they think it 11  foot- Auto hallucination is a remarkable mentologlcal phenomenon and Is  now being studied by mentallsts hero  and In Kuropo with minute caro and  research."  Minard's  therla.  Liniment  Curet    Diph-  A Rather Novel Complaint  An English traveler once met ft  companion sitting in a state of tLe  most woeful despair aud apparently  near the last agonies by the side of  one of tho mountain lakes of Switzerland,, He inquired,, the causo of hit  sufferings.  "Oh," said tin latter. "I was very  hot and thirsty and took a larg������  draft of the deal water.of the iak������-  and thirn sat down on this btone to  consult my guidebook. To my astonishment, - round that the water of  this.,lake is very poisonous. Oh, I am  a gone man! I feel it running all.  oyer me. I have only a few mlnutea  to  live.    Remember  me   to"���������  "Let nie see tho guidebook," said .  his friend. Turning to the passage, he  found. "L'tau du laj est bleu poisson-  3ii8o" (Tho water of this lak? abounds  .'11 fish).  "Ik that the moaning of it?"  "Certainly."  The dying mar. looked up with a  radiant counter.anco.  "What would have become of you."  said his friend, "if I had not met  you?"  "1 should huve died of imperfect  knowledge of the Fmicli language*'  Minard's Liniment Cures  Garget In  Cows. ' ' ' .,  They were talking about the curios-  ,jty of servants thi- other night wheu  Congressman Edward    E. ��������� Browne of  Wisconsin-, said t'.ie' twist  in the conversation ivmiiid*d bim of an incident  that.happened in a suburban home.  , Some,time .ag-o, he said, .Mrs  Smith  summoned .ier colored maid .. to   her  room and ctskid'her   if the    poslm-m  had   left   any-.ma.i   ��������� Belinda   rep'iedL  ���������tirerF'vvlTFTiornn'J'b'it a posta'" card.  ,"A postal card!" exclaimed M-s.  Smith, wdndeiirgly. "Who is it  from?"  '���������Doan know, ma'am" wns che innocent rejoi'-.dur A Heiluda.- "1 didn't  read It."  "Woll, it's just, this!" empliaiicaily  dir'elar.od Mrs. Smith. "Anybody who  sends nie .1 mecsage on c pos-al card  is either very stiij.ld or very thought1  lest, "  "'Cusp me ma'am," quickly-liter-  posod Belinda, wlt.i a hurt.expression,  "but do you Huh Aqt'n'fto right way to  talk about yoi- 'jwn"mothor?"  Willie was struggling through the  story "in :'is raiding oless'on. "No, it  was not a sloop, lt was a larger vessel, bv Its rig ' judged it to be a���������"  The word wa:> new to him.  "Harqm,'' supplied the teacher.  1. Still Wil.Me hesitated and looked be  wildered.  "Barque! Baiqiie!" repeated the  teacher* thi,  time sharply  Willie looked as though he had not  heard aright. Then, with an appre-  hensivp '.oei< arouno the class, he  shouted,  "bow-wow."    -  '.,     Perfesr Candor  Tom Mai'phersor., a Scotchman, who  does carpentering for a living; vasked  his forem.tn to" a day off, whicli was'  readily, granted. Later the- latter was  informed t.iat Hie workman had taken  ihe holiday to get.married", and upon  his re'.urn to work questioned ium  ���������about-itr-���������~" ���������.  "Aye, sir'; I \vascawa' gettin' mar-  fl'd."  "That's fine,'' replied the foreman,  "I hope you (jut ii rlcht, good wifo,  Tom."  "Wecl j maun say she is God's  handiwork, but she nao His masterpiece," answered the bridegroom'with  the air of one determined tc do perfect justice .and yrt adhere to ��������� lhe  truth.���������Llppincott's Magazine.  , By the Professor  . Professor Jones and Mrs. Joney  wero both of tho type colloquially  known as strawberry blonds. In accordance with ihe immemorial custom  of professors' families oii small salaries at this particular southern college, tin .Tones? lamily grew apace.  Mary, the first was born, and her hair  came periliously near to being ceriso  The twins lost to Mary iu respect of  rel.hair by just a shade- Johnny, che  next, bade hiir at three0 months to  make Mary seem a neutral- coKr  Now, Mrs. Jones longed for just ot e  black hai.-e.d one. When the learned  professor of ology from tho scientific  department-dropped in for supper  Mrs. Jonos almost tearfully propounded to him \ quebtion.  "Oh, doctor," she asked, - "do you  think it must always be .hereditary?"  Lj_Th_5,ilo.Qtpj^l2.oked-r'rom-.the-aureoles-  of'Professor aud Mrs. Jones to the  successive four alarms of lire red  hair on the 'ihtle Joneses.  "Not so muc'j that," he assured her  at last, "as redheditary."���������New Yo,-k  Post.  Thoroughly Equipped  Small , Girl���������Please",    Mrs.    Jones,"  mother wants to know if she can borrow a doz-?n eggs    She wants to put  thom under a hen.  Mrs. -Jones- -So you have got a hen,  have you, ray dear? I didn't know  your mothei: kept hens-  Small Girl���������No she doesn't; but.  Mrs. Smith is going to lend -js a hen  that is going to set,- and mother  thought if you'd iend- us tho eggs -,ve  could find the nest ourselves.���������Pearson's Weekly.  ismcw More Than Pa-  "Say, pa, what was the longest day  in Adam's life?"  "1 am sure .. don't know." ,  ������������������But, pa, you are a minister."  "1  cau'C f.nswer  any  such"���������  "I can.    It was the day on. which  there was no Eve,"���������Grit.  Mr. rienham���������Why did that woman  keep you standing at the door for t.alf  an hour?  His ..Taikativo Wife���������She said she  hadn't time to come in.���������Pearson's  Weekly.  There is no greater loss than tho  loss of time.���������Old Saying.  A liquor 'icense costs   only  Brussels and is permanent.  $193 in  "You  encourage, your  boy  to  use.  slang?" ,  "Well,  I  don't  exactly    oncourago  him.   But I must admit that,he causes  me less personal annoyance than my  daughter, who is constantly criticising'  vmy  grammar."-Washington  Star.  After 10 Yeare of Asthma Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy proved the  only relief for one grateful user, and  Mils Is but one cure..among many. Little,, wender that it has now become  the one recognized remedy on the  market. It has earned its fame by it's  never failing effectiveness. It is earning it today, a^ it. has done for years.  It is the greatest asthma specific witn-  in the reach 61' suffering huma-ilty.  A Threat or a Promise?  John, a rather backward rustic, sat  at one end of the sofa and his sweetheart at the other Both minds, were  too full tc carry on conversation, but  at last the lady spoke:   s   l^Jolin,���������whac���������are���������you���������thinking  about?"  John- awakened irom his,dreams,  answered with a drawl, "Oh, jest the  same as you are," and was surprised  to get tho r-tort:  '.'If ycu do I'll slap you!"���������Ladies'  Homo Journal.  "Hurray t" ye.'ded father-' "Hurray a  couple of times!"  .   "What,  in  tl.e   mnttor  Is  "What In the world is the matter?"  ���������asked mother. "You act like a mun-  key."  "I've just discovered a'wonderful  thing!" !nther i" pll'ul. "Here's one  town in Mexico with n name that is  pronounced exactly llko it Is spelled  Spare tho children from Mifforing  from worms by uslnij Miller's Worm  Powders, tbo most effpetlvp vermifuge  tlint can bp got' with which lo pom hat  -those Insidious foes nf the young aid  helpless There Is nothing tlint excels  this preparation as a worm destroyer,  and when Its qualities boconv known  In a household no other will hr used.  The medicine ante hy Itself, requiring  no purgative lc assist It, and ro thoroughly that nothing more is desired,  Talking a'bout a shortage of food at  one period during hir. last expedition,  Sir Ernest Shackleton tells an amusing story of one of Ms companions On  his return t-j-.i^glaiid his bootmaker  mot him, and nsked:  "How did you find those boots I  made for yon? ',  "Best T ..ver tasted," was the prompt  reply.���������TI:-Blts  Sympa'netlc . Fri'iid tto gloomy  hntsman, disgu.tted nt being given cut  for a catch at the wicket���������Wot'c wrong  Bill?   Wns It dahtful?  Batsninn���������Diilitiul! I should think  It was dali'.ful. I could 'ardly 'eat" it  myself.���������PjiicIi  Vn'iie up to mv house tomorrow  night," Raid IT 'i.p^ckp. "I'm going to  colehrntp my go.den wedding"  "Golden weddl-'g! Why mnn yo-A'o  ctily been married throe vetirs!"  "I know It; but It seems like fifty"  ���������Homo dub.  Well Named  "In some imrlH of Brazil there nre  hlrdH with bills ������ yard long," mild  the lull mnn.  "What :b> thoy cnll thom?" naked  tho short mnn'.  "Plumber birds," ropliod tho tall  rniiti.���������Cincinnati Equii'or.  The Eternal Marathon  "Mnn," declare,! the old 1'nHliionoil  preacher, "is a worm"  "And," Haiti a n.nn who hnd boon  mnrrlod chroo times nnd who wiib oo-  cnpyliiK n siiinlJ tmu-.o In n rear pow,  "woirinn Ik the early blrd."--Ch!ciigo  IlPconMIorald,  Tho Profejsoi���������Well, my dear  young '.tidy, If you aro interested I  shall be ouly too pbnsed to chow you  my bacilli,  Tlio Dear YoUi.tr Lndy���������Oh, professor, how ripping! Ard may I couie  at feeding tlr.oV���������Sk itch.  Suspirious  "There's somethli.g the matter with  that man,   1 know it."  ���������   "What-do-you mean?".  "There's something about \\\? character chat is bad."  .. "'How can yon say that? He's a man  of standing in thi: community "  "I don't care, I wouldn't trust  him.". '  "What a tdlly lden!, His honor nas  never beon questioned."  "Oh yes, it has and that's why I  say that with al; his fine outwanl  show there s eoniothlng bad behind  him."  'I don't see v.tnt makes you snv  that, Everybody knows he's all  right."  ."My suspicions have been confirmed. Wnsn't ho dinwn on a jury the  otner day and didn't tho lawyer for  the defensj pnreinprnrlly dlschnrso  him? Thnt lawyf-r.wouldn't have liMn  ln the ense for anything."���������Detroit  Froo Prsss  A Strict Sense .of Duty'  The touring -oar had turned upside  down, burying the motorist under it,  but the village constable was not to  be thus ligl-lly turned from his duty.  "It's nc- use you hiding there," ho  said severely "I" must, have your  name and undress' ���������Exchange.      )  Simple Transposition  "One of the nrtlst.������i had just finished  singing   'Sally   In  Our  Alley,"    The  song nppenred   K   affect  Pogson     I  gp'vo him a dig m  tlio ribs :.nd inquired:  "Upset you, old mini?"  "That song" ho began, "brings to  my mind 111. Incldont of many yura  ngo wliich  happened  when  I  was 11  "Had a puncture, my friend?" asked 1)Q>;   ,,ow woU T >������meiiiho,. tho com  he passerby, -vlt"   nn hlr of IntoroRt.  Knuw He Was Honest  A man who kept a small shop was  waiting on n sir.glo customer early ono  morning., His Aty.l<- boy. and he wero  alone ot the time, and the shopkooper  was obliged to g-������ upstairs tor some  change. Before doing so lie whispor-  od to tlio little chrip'to watch the ei's-  tonier' to seo that he didn't steal any-  hlng,  Very soon he proprietor returned  with the necessary chango- and the  boy sang out, "He didn't steal anything, pap; I watched him'"  THE BEST  FARM LUBRICANTS  Proved best by  years of use.  PRAIRIE  Harvester Oil  The most durable oil for farm machinery. *  Unaffected   by  changes  in  temperature.  Will not gunTor corrode.  Reduces friction  to a.minimum. . A splendid lubricant  STANDARD r. 2  ������������������Gas���������Eriginer^Oil~~~  Meets all requirements for a cylinder oil  for'gasoline and kerosene engines. Lubricates properly under all conditions; practically free from carbori. Equally good on  external bearings.  Recommended by the leading engineers  and engine builders.  Premier Gasoline  -   Renown Dynamo, Oil  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Atlantic Red Oil  the Imperial oil company, Limited  Toronto Montreal Wlnnipetf Vancouver  Ottnwa Quebec. ���������    Calgary Edmonton  Halifax St. John Rocina Saskatoon  K'lir Lady (.0 lawyer)���������Cun T sue  ho' for aliMir.ur whether she proves  whnt hIio I'tiid 1 s.ild hIio snid or nol?  ���������.liulgo.  Tho chauffeur .noi-ed up ami nwnllew  od his CooILkb with a hugo gulp.  "Nn, Hlr." he replied. "I'm jiiRt  changing the- nlr In the tiros. Tno  other lot's worn out, you know."���������Tit-  lilts.  ' t  The qoiimliioHN of nn nliimlnliiui  Wfld mny ho losUd In water If hub.  Won neenmiilnto 01 the surfne.p within  for or eight, hours the mend Is dofec-  tflvn.  Vr* Morse's  Indian Root Pills  exnetly meet llie need which no often  uriiwi in cverv f.iniilv fnr n mcdirln*  to open up nnd regulate the bowel*.  Wot only aro they effective In all  Cftue* of Constipation, but they help  greatly In breaking tip a Cold or U  Grippe by cleinlna out the nystem  and purifying the blood. In the onmfl  wny they relieve or wire Bilioimnem,  Inmgennnn, sick Ilradarhei, Rheum-  alidtn and other common ailment 1,  In the fullent senne of the words Dr.  Morw'i Indian Hoot I'ills lire       17  Ji, H������u������������hold  Remtdy  Tlio mnld-of-nll work In t'io sorvlfio  of 11 lnrgu fnmlly, the nioinhi'm whmo-  of nro 1101 nn tlio most nmleiihlo of  tonus, rooontly tuudoivd hor roslgnn-  tion. intiPh to tlio dlHtrcBH of Uio lndy  of tho Inline,  "'So you uro mlng lo lonvo us?"  linked tho inlfltrotm? llnvon't we u\.  wayt troatod you liko 0110 of tlio family?"  "Ylfl, mum,' nald Mary; "an' l'vo  slonil It as lotif, ni I'm going to,' ���������  Tlt-IMs.  motion, tlio wnli cl! lho govvriiGEH, tho  shfloka ji tlu-1 ti.iitc-r! 1 luul ������ hum  BlsM' nnnmd Sully, nnd ono day wo  woro plnvlug mnrhlcR two citllfd thom  'alloys') whon nil of a suddPii Sally  swallowed ono af my host 'glnnKioa'  "But what's thu connection with tho  Hang'."' I iiskci'.  "Tho niloy in our Sally," ropliod F>og-  son na he oil god awny.���������London Answers,  Ted���������In hln wlfo going to stio him  for alimony?  Ned���������I shouldn't think so. You  know, ho workB for his father-in-law  ���������Judge.  Foolishness of Betting  Doing firmly convinced thai, a certain contest would terminate In   con  formity wllh Ills opinions, a (armor in  New     York ,Stnlo wagered  his now  automobile ngnliiBt n wheelbarrow un  the result of tho contest In question-���������  and lost,   Giving up tho proptrty, ho  grimly   trudged   pevon   miloH   to  his  home, Probably lilt family noticed tnat  ho hud a grouch too.    Considered 111  lho culm, clear, uci'. light of puro reason, tho gentleiniiii succeeded In proving himself a noar relative to a California���������otliorwlno known as a donkey,  llnd hn won tlm bot the resuii would  hnvo boon proi.ty much tho siime, for  betting Is no nrgument, rnddence or  proof of nn>thing.   It nddR no force,  power or dlmilty lc any opinion or Het  ef opinions,   I|. Ir merely the outpouring of the unniblln,! Hplrll. nud Hint Ir  11 spirit thnt !mn led mnny 11 nian to  utter beggary who might have ado'tlnd 11 homo and nrn union tod a loninuiii-  ity,���������-Detroit Free Press,  "Sny, fnrver, I can't chop tho sticks  till nnivvor oomoH 'oino. Sim's plnih-  od tho blooniln' 'atchot."���������London  Opinion.  MnoNonr  (Vury  doproRBod)���������Three,  pen'orth oi- poison.    ���������  '  Chemist���������Whnt for?  MncNear���������'I uppeneo.���������Prlntore' Flo,  Nowpdd���������1 wan worried for noiuly  three vwirR for fenr I wouldn't yot yon.  Mrs. Nowedd���������What aro .you thinking of now, tlnnr'r  Newodd���������Thinking how foolish I  was to '-wrrry.���������Poston Transcript.  Tho man wl"0 riivob whon ho bns  little in uilled Btlngy. He thnt saves  when ho has much la said to bo  judicious.  "Does youi mother nllow you io  hnve two plec-a of plo, Willie?" askod  Ills hostosB,  "No, ma'am "  'Woll, do yon think sho would like  you lo have- t.wr> pieces hero?"  'Oh, she wouldn't cam!" mud Will'o  con lldon tiy.  .Tud,",o  Manager���������Wj'II piny "Ilamlot"  night.,  Star���������Ooort gn.elous! Then I ought  to get a .shave and 1 haven't got a ie'i'1  cent,  Mnnngr.r������������������- Never mind, thon, we'll dj  "Othello,"���������Fllegondo ninottor.  Food Values  A pound of piirsnlpB only gives 12  units of Btrength,  while    tho  siimo  amount of cklin milk wlll give 34 and  of spill peas 'J*A.  W. N. U. 1009  Try   Munns   Eye    Remedy  ;Jt yoa Inv/u i<ca, Wcnle, vVnterv *iy-ot>  or Grnmilatod Kyc'lcte,   noonn't Jstnir.  ei-,* r������,.������������i������n t..* '���������Soothefl  live Vain.    DmeL'Isl* -bat.  m   tt u  ,Da?,     ������      I    ,.  ,   . Torino Wye ftomody, Liquid,V, '30c.  The United St.. os BOvernnient'B test !Ml)rin4 tfj* Salvo In Aseptic Tubos,  for color in bunting Is six hours' lm- ^ ^ 'j^ j3ooka lh^ b    k  ���������  mention In snll water and six hoara,'\rgto'**i*'M*tm'*<������*mxiaA*a������  exposure to tho sun, iJJuviuo Vivo ttancdy Co.. Cbicoso  8nnptlragon and Hallowe'en  Many of 0'ir  linllowo'en    customs  ���������TUa isn't her plo,'- fom,������ to,,,s Vro'T1 Hn?,ttnrt ,l������'1 $nl:  tho "siinpd.'iigon," whieli Ir brought ln  whon "iifn shments nre sorvoil, generally at tlio hist, before leaving tbo  tablo. The lights are all turned out  and tho platter containing the btiap-  dragon Ib brought In, Why it Is Unit  named 1 ItntAv not but It l.'i ������������>,i'!--',!-.1-'  way: I'bie.n large tahlu raisins i|iiltu  closely and ovoiny nn tho platter,  sprinkle with salt nntl cover with good  alcohol .ind a mont gluiHtly greenish  white light ivill he the result Piihu it  around the table, and each guost is  to try to nr.'ih it raisin from the Maine-.  Now, don't ask mo why and when-  fore regarding ihl.j Htrauge custom, tor  I do not know; only, my eurlh-.M. rei'iil-  lections of a IlnPuwo'en part), und I  regret to siy that It Is mai.y years  ago, wo nml a Kititpilragon, and an  Hiigllr.li lndy (old run how vi 1 unite It.  HomellmoH g.inp stories nro ttdd  while tho dr-igoi- lunia ou tlu- tahlu.  Wlillo���������Paw whnt It a froethlrntrr?  Pnw���������An unmarried man, my son.  Maw���������You go to bod, Wlillo.���������Cincinnati lOnquinr.  Concrete Tanks and Troughs  Never Rot or Leak  T^HE most practical tanks, whether for wrufer or  x   sewage, are built of concrete. They never rust,  rot, dry out or leak,   l^hey never need new how*  or jj.:I���������i. Tl.c> Ln 4 ii/tiime ami idiJom reiimrt rrpairin^,  winch niakft thfrn \\\r rhrnprrl VinVj iiul cjjj hi Jjuill.  Clean, Sanitary Watering Troughs  are juit as necesury ai the snimaii that drink from them, The  farmer's he������t inteichtt are l>eiii^ served vfhm his stock ii in-.  Hired :i plentiful supply of clear, clean water from a tfoufh  *���������'���������' '-' |;.ii������i i *j.d luniuiy,  "What the Farmer can do with Concrete" in the name of  a handsome fire hook that tells all admit concrete tanb,  watering troti|;lit and other uses of concrete that will save  evcry fanner many dollars.   Write for it to-day.  Fnrmer'o Information Bureati  Canada Cement Company Limited  503 Herald Building, Montreal  w.  W  7r> .iir.o.!.>������  thn.iwi^ N������wcii8iU' tlmii-inilnbti'dnvss  lo   mo  -forth-,!  ii-i '-mil 1-b uilt; Straits of Geor- ,    ���������                                                     j  i, l-s we t  11   I'^ij:  Qiiiilh-um Wllil-                                                     *  = \yarer vjilhu div. rt-.l nt -j'JOO- Dated this llth day ui' NJoveni  rum   -..vdwisy a-elwill bi useil   \^y   J'.'IS.  -    Ll.,.    1,���������,1 *  . Ollicial Administrator,  Cumberland, 1>. C.  ..���������*,������������������ lra������-.������-uy IHi peK.6jmtho hnd  .l,HH-i������wa>-Hy>'M.fW.y.    this  ..J.mu-tedo.Uie uw-a o"   lhe  ,',t ipr.].-lWS      "Uw ������l'l'������-������ili,n  j {;..eil ui the o'lii'-- of ti������> W.������tw l<  i'i.tit\ i'.i llmOliii'.- ������i   t1,"'  lV.������i-;rn.-   va', Victorv., U.O.    Ob^-kms m,y ������N    'fllK   COUNTY    COlTKT  ^Mho^iMVa.r Reorder ,r NA3CATM0    IK>U>T������N  '-..   C'.-Hiivri-.-ili'i- <.f V������-.tter Kiglits, )  i ��������� t Hindi ���������;. vie,, rii tt. c. AT CUMP������J������Uf,ANl>.  it;.v.Aj/vr^ NAN.u.M<> UAU.WA.Y IN TI]E  ^A'iTEU OF Daniel  Applicant ,. ,      ���������       ,   .   ,     .   , ,  ll At"  ijv;\slky        Mugan deeeasod, intestate, -who  died at   Cumberland, 15. C.   on j  June 25th 1918. >  .- ATER ��������� HO I ICE 1N the matter uf tii������ '-oin  cial Administrators Act."'. '  TAKE NOTICE that by or-  doY of His Honor Judge Barker,  inadtj tlio 5th day ol' Novemhoi1,  1918, I was appointed Administrator ot tho KstHto oi  the, nhove-  A^onfc  .Ndtv  hereby, i;\pcn tliat?������Esqat-  iDri:, |l;\^\yay.aoi ^'icturia,  :y������f->r .ii ! f; rfuet;,ti/'tlike uud  <!-:j-mi' i������y\ 9i |t'!ur8,������(.|';,.wnter  ivthl, 'hh7u "do.yt iu n .nov-  y sope . it's  meitionod decoded,  sum   ������.ll jwv-  lniving   claims  ,iffaiii&t   the  ;U(;*i :'-.,th'r-<ui|r '���������'��������� >y������ vc!imO'v Pis- r ,,:  Mai^Uiu; iiii1:^]^,'b]^!Vyi' npar tlfc*S ;-���������������������������:-:.-.- n... ,,.,,,...., ;.. .......  /><:*��������������� a. Tiiftj-iyatsT vv.il������������������be;di'yor::-;. 'said estate^arerhfii-ebV7renuired:to  TV-<���������''���������    'Hv- V>'.:1 ;' W.iUW ftlVUl-     811111 I3al^ '������ "   ";- "   .' * .,.     ,  -, .   ,  t.c������ w.������ '.-sted on   the comber. 1JW.    ^-^        1  N[. DHR^GHT at "Joe Walker's'  gem England Hotel, and in Bot  "lH  indebted to said   ostato,   n^   r,i;  quired to pay the lunennt pf their  ���������mdobt������diiB6s to me forthwith.  (i  Dated thU Uth day of Novem-  'lidi-.li,   I'yrbio: oat  IJu.ldingS,    ^y,^   191.3,  ..",->' '  '    ' ' "\Y. Wltel.KY W*I.L\KI>,  Ollicinl AdmiiH^ratoiv  Ciuiiberlaiid, B. C.  uion- vliis ti.-il iBil:fY'% April,  l^ll'j.  ^���������:���������;���������Vc^i,i(mlv SU'A)tj':.!ila(l inythe office"  i':'V\ ktorlischrib.r'Ja't-vYioloni, B. C.  Tt,',.'{';,s.;--m-jv:.'-,������js-tii.(.l.i,-\vitli Aba i?nicl  r ;iooarOer ������t V. im' tUo .Cotnpfcroller  .At'-.)  r\lJV&KANABIfi:tlA^WAY  Y rr-'-      7'   ,.t.y :A'i)pHcnnt-  :'':/.'*;-.':j|/^.,I3K^SLEY;.  ';''-''��������� :'V:-;-,,< ''.':> ;,.'..'. ;V,^Agent  .:'7:.;77:,y'-',.;7x:7'''Y' my~  ties aratHbe-^letels  A Most Healthy   Beveridge   and   made  from, the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  WATBRJTOT  lOOii A LI. KSOH TO TAKK AND  NOU'Cli i������ lierohv giix-n ll������at K������iui-  jinlt ft   NiQ'iiir.o   1-Vuilv.r.iy ni Victoria,  ]i 7, wu) i-.jiply fur ivliuuMiu to tu'iu and  ������hi'K!(>,00i)xaUim������ unr--i lionw, of water  DiH ni llimli.o   Crunk 1 whi������.;h   llnwa  iu a  l-.c.-tl'i-yly rtiicuiinii iliyou^l;!  ?ir.!fi&u Dic-  }n<t in d "mptii-H i'ito I'ayiie Sou nil ivir  f. .i1'1-. K vijt-,   Tlio \-iit\.f\' will bu tliveititV  LO.) uii-icriiiiKi fn,'in i .liiway uuil will ho  .   -.il t'.p liiiviinJ li.uilwn������ |ii.',tyiv.V'i on tb.n  i >uii ilusiirihod ii>i iu\l',viiy vi^jiil nf w-jyl'liis  i..tiiiii! v,-|i-j (lO-jtr-i'i on A\t", li-fnniu.'l i'.;i  tUo  '���������i-.'i i-.iiy of An-'tl, \W.!i. . Tiiu  aniliuiitii-s  ."I'I hi- !-.'.-ij   ill    '.'f'   oilliji'   uf   tb'i - Wi'.l-"  INTHifi  COUNTY   COU iff  OF1  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTftll o! WnVud 0'  Ooim-ihalsQ' hnov/n  gb Daniel'  John O'ContiwU, (locuasoJ, intos*  taU1, who died at Cape Detainer-  ell,' lti-tpurt Di strict en January  2G.UUR.  AND  1ST HIS MAlTFj; of tha ������OISciol  r'7h77:^yy'77-77; 7-:i^Y:^-Yy-Y.^7y^7  '���������BfagBmWBLmm^  Admiiiwli'iuors Act.  dtcerssfcd-^iuw  .-!��������� M.   I������. {>.''.     0!-;"''-l-'<;������'-> l,l"->' I chltJJiH SIJ4U1 ll-t������l   t'i  ', Wiiwve i.'.MlW.Kvr.uu-oiJor or  ni  .vish tb' tr .lui.t.n.lVir "I Wtt'nr KiylilH,  I*irliii-iiu.it IViililiiiiji, Viotorii, U. C.  ifiiQUlMAia1 & N\KAlMOlUHAVAy  ApiiliumH  U. I'.     fc'.ASi,KV  IN  TUB CUl'NTY COURT OF;  NANAIMO UtMd>K;K AT       1  CrMUrlRi.AND  |N   T1U1,    V-ATl'^R  OAy   ,hi)m\  ���������'riu.i.huUok.iuv/t.jw.h.hn.Wmythj  dconiai'd,iii't>"ite.   "A* diud tvt'  ll,iiil Lsl,u)de.u..''e.lyS l.'.Ho.  AND  \'S'\\A'j MA'tTVlU ,-irii,ir'Omc.ial  A.iu-.in'.-''������viU')^ Act'- .  ....     ,.,-Tmi' 1I..1   >������������������;     ������>nh������r*    Oil  '������,\l\l-������ -'-" -*"��������� - "'      ��������� , 1  f uw u.Miw. .v.: U'������- v-1;'ir- mnw! V("'',"(::,  TAKE 1NOTKV.B that bj/ ojder of  Hio Honor Jiidm*. lbirke.t, itnulc  the 5lh (iay of Sovcmfter, IVYd, I '  wan������������������ njipoiiviett Adrwiiur-'craior <)5  the EatUteo? tha nhove jJiejitiojied  nil-   yiartk-fl   ha.viu������  ,     _. inr.d  v-iLvv are  ht'inhy vuti/iiri'd t--������ Iv;rnii.'h   &anuj,f  properly vorilwii, to mo oiv ot ho- [  ioxu lhe lihh  day   of   Decenibor, \  10J.JJ.   AN l> till parii:-s ituVbied lo j,  "'' -    i eaid unluti', art: YCiahiiY.   to pny the j'.  I amount rA Uiiir   iiuhhti'iMcis'tt   io i  mo forilnvvih.      " I  Dated Ihhi VUh d-.iy   oi Nov-m :  bir, im !  '' W. VA-.-: is Win it'td  OHiVi.il AV>������::i ..    w  I- .'  Anything yon 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  " luih^rl'.w.  WAT':..,-..  I-Or: A idiAl  I'.'  Vl-.v, I  Uu)^bd,iyoi Snvuixtwr, mh  I wn,,*, ������ppotia������j.l Ad;i.;ii.-L"������������,,r  i,{ tho V--.������rtin A  \h" ii'fli.vo-nvn  llnneil ur-.'-.'-    ���������  j.nvinBfilal:^  l-yin t   *������������������" ^  v,111w���������ar^b:'t1>y';���������^,���������Vil(,'v���������',,  .ii.������liH.in>������-i ������tt>V*f]'J   )"'  or on or U'<,!'' ������-������������������ _���������"  ik;u-r.������i>������--[, 1' ������������������  t'lHri i,id'.v'tt-'. ������������������'    "!'1  r������n,\nrt-.V iu ]'���������>;' '  |ji������'ir i���������1^l^.hl.������������������H'J���������  ���������At'ii-  jVi'-.tl   <hie   %A.lh   t  fi.T. \W*\.  i������'JV-.ial Athnii irlrati^r,  i.-.:������ls ���������'.-. N.-...I  r.C.v.'ill :"-r  UHl' K'iJjil.'f-'  ! out of Vii)/  Cl-lv   ,.  LETTEltHEADS  . lilLLUKAlW  KNVKLOl'i'CH  I'AMPIILKTS  CATAUHirKS  HLOTTKI^  "���������   ,     ,, f,.lM.'| I t'  j ', J.-i ,   l.ll  KHll'i'iNr.  iaA'c  visrn.\<! cai:i^  '; liCSlNK^ C'AIIPS  '"WKiMUNC! STATIONERY,  l;\!j, l",lt)'J!{AAlMI������  KTC, K'l'O.,  KTC.  '.**��������� ,������,.-������.������������������������������������*���������-������������������������������������������������"���������*���������������������������'  W,������IMH<���������IW  fi   !i.:;  "iCv'i  ,'>-.'>'.  CUMBEBLAND  NEWS  V������ViV!  .vl������ ������'��������������� Vi 1 ^VsHfA.ttutfaffrMtti-i'rwmrm  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  IS AT  r  RURAL LIFE  'N  CANADA  A    COUNTRY-    WHERE"  WOMEN  HAVE, FULL  FRANCHISE  PRIVILEGES  Said  to  A  Plea  For improved  Conditions on  ^    tnt. Farm  (Contributed by Cun. Welfare, League)  INDIAN  CONSFRVATIONISTS  Active    Interest in Forest Protection  Taken by the Indians  The Indian 'ias frequently���������and not  Since '   koosevelt'b    Country    Life always unjust'.;��������� been accused of crim-  Commission revolted there "i:ave.betu jnai carelessness wi..h fire,,and to rhe  (,The Norwegian  Government  be  a  Model   For All  Nations,  and  Has  One  of  the" Most   Democratic  Forms of Government In th^AVorld.  The Norwegian people    boast that  tfcey have one of -he most democratic  forms of gv'verr.ruem in the world. The  ��������� Storting is in clasq 'touch with everyday affairs,    an*> , there can be    no  1 strong expression 6^ public sentiment  that It not at once retlected there. All  men and    women    over    twenty-five  years of age .who havo been'at least  'live    years in the country, provided  they are int pnupere, bankruyts or ex-  convicts,  are  allowed  to  vole:     nnd  women as well-as men are eligible tor  '   the Storting.  When an election takes   place   the  Norwegian electors must choose,    ia  addition to the direct member, a-vice-  deputy  member to    take    his    place  should t!tc, representative  be at any  timu    unavoidably    absent    from the  Stuiting. For'each seat contested each  party may   put forward one candidate  and'one  vice-deputy candidate-    The  voting, both for member and deputy  member, takes place on' the aanie cay  and, nlthoiu'h it seldom happens, it is  possible foi a Conservative deputy to  be returned vitli a Liberal member,  and vice vorsa. i  Members of the Storting are paid at  , the rote of 3000 kroner ($S30) per year  ���������for ordinary sittings, but if called upon to attend for any extra period an  additional     payment,  is  made  of 12  ���������'  kroner a day.   In addition to Uie cash  payment there are also special privileges such us free doctor and nurse in  .   case of illness and free travelling on  the state railways. The demands made  'upon a Sto'-tingsman are'heavy  Each  member must attend sittings lbgulavly  and vote upon every question "> Me is  not. allowed t.c absent, himself, unless  he  can givo  an adequate  reason - or.  unless he has firdt obtained the permission of the Storting    If i.e is unavoidably    absent,    then:-his deputy  must   be present.   The deputy has uo  direct  payment for his services, but  ��������� receives-a share of the member's salary nt (he ind ot the year the amount  . depending upon the number of sittings  he has attended.   -  *  Local government    in    Norway    is  lurgely adm.'nisterod by    town    councils and mra.', district councils, but in  fcl.lition. a rural district usually consist of several parishes, each of which  ,   has its own  parish "council, and the  . districts in pach'couity form a" unit of  ' their  own,    the    county   corporation  The municipalities have not'quite lo-  ������������������ cal autonomy, but they have very laj-ge  powers, and only in certain cases have  issued in the liniud States a jumber  ot" books on the country problem-. ��������� In  Canuda we na >e thought we',had no  rural- problem. But thetcensus of  ���������la 11' gave us a rude awakening and  we find that in some respects . our  conditions are even less satisfactory  than those in the United' States.   .  Now "a Presbyterian ministf-r' has  come forward to deel witn our rural  lhe, problem���������Kev. John MttcDougull  of Spiiicervill'o, Cnti*rlo, in a voluu.d  of 2u0 "pages, covers the whole Held  from economic!' t.. leereatiou,  ��������� He points out that .the proportion  of rural ���������o totai population 1V-6 fallen  in" every province during the decade.  iMauy causes are contributory. Among  economic cuisot, are poor farming  and still more fui'Qauieiital the fact  tliat '"I'oo small a proportion of Uie  price paid by,the'Ultimate purchaser  goes to tho farmer"' i he author urges  the adoption of scientific and businesj  methods, especially co-operation  ancestral habit of setting out fires, in  order to improve grazing for buffalo  has been ascribed the cause,of the  prairies, on which trees are once more  being grown. But owing to'the: pre:  cept and example) of Dominion firewardens thic. ingrained carelessness  has in Northern Manitoba, &~C least���������  been supplantad by an enthusiasm for  forest conservation. Several hundred  Indians last summer promised to observe every precaution to prevent tor-  est fires', and, as the chief fire ranger writes, "The fact of no fires this  summer is proof positive that the  majority of them have faithfully kept  their ��������� pledge." During the course of  the summer sixty-three Indians voluntarily visited the chief's headquarters  to discuss the plans of "the forestry  branch in the matter of conserving the  remaining forests in Western Canada. ��������� -  ' Many of these Indians are sufficient-  ly well educated to serve as fire-rang-  L  POSTAGE IS URGED  SIR, JOHN    HENNIKER    HEATON  WANTS APPOINTMENT OF  IMPERIAL POSTMASTER  in the cl'apter on Social Causes of ers, and   following Its  po ley  of oh  TAKING   THE  CENSUS  OF  SEALS  Unrest the writer shows an intimate  knowledge of actual conditions. The  following: ^xtiacts give a fair idea of  the book as a" whole:  "Tho conditions of toil are often unnecessarily   hard.    Labor saving    devices in tho    home    are    sometimes  scantily, prov.dod, while those for the  barn and Held are ample.    'Evil    is  wrought by want of thought as well  as want"of heart'    Let us .glance at  a single illustration���������the   supply    of  water in the house.   The agricultural  survey of 1910 fuind that-iu .Prince  Edward Island , ninety-seven -per. ceat.  of the farm houses obtain water from  wells outside the house. All carry the  water by-.hand.  Tn Nova Scotia only  two  per  cent,  o'   the  farm ' houses  have- water piped  to  the house.    In  New  Brunswick ninety-five pei  cent,  obtain water from wells aud springs.  In   English-speaking  Quebec    ninety-  two  per cent   carry wator  by hand.  (These conditions are    general.    This  'lack   is   due' perhaps   chiefly  to  tne  fact that the .-equipment introduced so  liuerally out of doors is not regarded  as- labor-saving by the man wlio lias  uo dread of toil, but rather as a means  of adding to tiie efficiency of his'labor  and thus -nultipblng his output. But  the wife suffers nevertheless, and. the  daughters     leave.     The     household  science courses offered by  the'agricultural colleges point the' way to a  solution.   -With    wider   knowledge of  the      possibilities      of    achievemeut  through  fuller  equipment the daughters  of the farm will vie With-their  brothers in advance. -,  Conditions 7ot toil in the. fields alsJ  talning the best men possible for this  work, the Dominion government "has  enlisted quite a number of Indians, in  the   fire-ranging    service,    for which  tlieir knowledge' of the country and  their enthusiasm for the' work make  tliem' admirably    adapted. . Although  the .forest-fire loss on    the    125,000  square .miles of cowirtimberland patrolled  by Dominion  fire-rangers  was  very small���������tho area of timber burnt  over,- being  less  than  nine  one-hun-  dredths  of one  per cent,   (0.09  per  cent.)���������yet this low-, loss was not... a  little due to the frequent showers of  rhin-, during the danger season. In or-  der'-.to   insure  safety  in  seasons  of  drought, the forestry branch proposes  to install lookout stations which will',  increase- the  efficiency',of    the    yet  somewhat inadequate patrol. Already  several towers have been, established,  enabling rangers'to scan at one glance  several hundred square "miles of country.    Wireless telegraphy ���������  has    also  been brought, '.nto use and from The  Pas and Foit Churchill it is now possible for Lhe rangers in these remote  regions  to . communicate ��������� almost    in-  stantlv .with'the-forestry   branch at  Ottawa in .na-ters of special urgency.  .This is probably the first pr-ictical application . of   wireless   telegraphy to  forest fire  protection  in America cr  elsewhere...       - .- ������������������-...-  The VeteranN Postal Reformer Says an  Official   Is   Ne:ded   With   Rank   so  High'That   He,Can   Insist  on  the  Necessary  Reforms  Being  Inaugurated.  .   Sir Joan Henn liter Heaton, the veteran-postal reformer whose energetic  influences has produced many reforms  in the British oostal service, has now  written  to  Rt.-Hon.    Charles    Hob-  house, pos.master-general, urging the  appointment of an imperial postmaster  general.    "'Our    postmasters-general,"  Sir Hennlkor declares, "have reluctantly followed rather than led their colonial colleague-   Their most egregious  failure has been with the cablo ser-"  vice, which thoy have allowed a small  combination of astute speculators to  acquire control of for their own profit  and to the detriment of the empire.  What is wanted is a minister ��������� with  rank so high an<". independent that ho  will be able to'face the most penurious counsellor o; the exchequer and  insist on the realization of-all postal,  telegraphic and  cable    reforms,    required in the interests of the empire."  Sir Henniker concludes by advocating a'conference of postmasters, bf the  dominions over seas   and the United  States to confer with    the    imperial  poctmaster-generul   on   the establishment of a uniform .cable   rate of one  penny a word-throughout the Britis.i  empire  and  the' United States.    Another step is to assemble the world's  postmasters i'or tbe purpose of considering the institution of universal penny letter postage and universal penny  a -word cable when mailed from tho  cable station.  Commission of Canadian and United  States Scientists to Count  j     , the Herds  Three United States commissioners  and two Canadian commissioners will  spend- the summer at the Pribilof  islands iu a study of the propogation  of seals in northern waters.  The scientists choseu to represent  the United States are: W: II- Osgood,  of the biological department of the  Field museum of natural history.Thi-  cago; Dr. George H. Parker, professor  of biology, Harvard; Edward A. Pre-  bel of the United States biological  survey. All these three' men are ������f  considerable experience Jn the'north,  and are familiar with' tbe animals  found there  DIMM TO HI  ill  REGULATIONS    -PROVIDED      FOR  ERADICATION  OF  BOVINE  JUBERCULOSIS  The Dominion Department of Agriculture. Authorized to'Co-operate With  Cities and Towns to Ensure Sanitary Condition in Dairies. y  Drastic regulations are provided in  the order-in-counell authorising - tLo,  department ol agriculture to co-operate  witli cities or towns for the eradication of bovine tuberculosis. Tbe aid of  Their present commissions will en-1 the department of agriculture is to bo  tail a study on.the seals at their breed- j given to towns of a population of not  iug grounds on tin. islands of St. Paul less than 5,000 which havo made pro-  and St. George, with the object of -le-1 vision-for tho licensing' of dairies  terminlug the rate of propogation and I from wnich their milk supplies aro  whether the killing of a certain num- drawn, these licenses to be issued  ber of males each year affects the only ll' the dairy conforms to a stand-  rate of propogation. ' , ard requiring, ample- air spaco in tie  An actual census of the seals which suibles, "ventilation, drainage .and at  come to the Rockies will bo among least two' square feet of window glass  the tasks of the commission. Exactly for each cow.  =tlld\t������J-  -i-appiy-tO'  i.n-M  OIL FOR THE. NAVY  When Everyone Will be Wealthy ���������  'Sir George Paish,'editor of the  "Statist," and one of the greatest living authorities on economic problems,  made a remarkable prophesy    in the  .  .course of an. address following the an-  are unnecessarily hard. ������ The modern; | nual dinner of. the Political and Econ-  crusade  against oecuptional - disease jomic circle of'the,'National'  Liberal,  must deliver the f.rmcr from rheuma-jclub-   He said: !   ���������    ���������  tism and many another aft'lication by i    "The' economic    condition    of  -the  n certain cases nave  recaiijng him from the iieldsjn rain jJritislv_DecpJe_alJhj_nj:ejei}i^im_e^is_  !H.-prefect-or^to-vneiaM^jVjj^-inYlT-m-|jir^m-asterynDver\nir!   ��������� 0-f7j;rcat "strength, and the (  ""<"**      measures j lhe   circu!llCtanc:es  of  his  toil     ���������- ������ne      b     ��������� ������������������    ���������-���������    "  Admiralty Plans for World-Wide, Supply Depot System  A great scheme for the provision of  oil supplies for, the "navy is being  worked out by tin British.government,  and in order to prevent an-unduj accession in the pr.'ce of desirable prospective "fieias, the,- admiralty are ob;  serving , great"'secrecy regarding the  movements of their agents. The idea  is that the admiralty shall establish'  immense sLores of oil on British territory on all th- main ocean highways  to replace coaling stations. ��������� In order  lo carry out this project oil supplies  are sought in territory as nearly contiguous- to" the - proposed stations as  possible, to redr.cc'the cost of transportation to a minimum, and to establish an' ample and .continuous supply.  British agents are now in the United  what method of taking the census and  marketing the seals will, be employed  has not been determined, accc-rding to  Mr. Osgood. In the past various  methods havo been suggested and  used, such as shaving of the one side  of the head and branding with irons.  It Is estimated that the seal herd, at  the time the United States acquired  the, islands, numbered no less than 1,-  500,000. This number'lias constantly  diminished, and there ' has been a  great variance of opinion as to the  'proper method of managing the seal  industry. The slaughtering of seals  was prohibited for a period of five  years by the act of congress in 1912,  except for ,the .purpose, of supplying  the natives of,' the Pribilof .islands  with food. ���������      %,  Treaties have b.een entered into between the -United States and Great  Britain, Russia and Japan, governing  the conduct of the seal industry. .The  goverrfment handles directly whatever  skins are taken.        ...   - ���������   ���������  The first actual census of the 3eals  taken, which ^was in 1912, the first  season after the prohibitory law went  Into effect, showed the herd to contain 215,940 seals, which was estimated to represent a gain of 30,000 over  1911. The' census about to be taken  will indicate what rate of increase  has been nad^ under the protection  of the law-  PATROL TO WATCH  DERELICTS  government ' concerning measures; the Cjrcu!ll5taiices of his toil. The  which in ordor to .become valid i'e": modern -world can Easily afford such  quire the approval of either of these relief tlirough'a-fairer distribution: of  authorities.    The, outstanding ieataie I the- pr0Qts of labor.  of Norwegian local, government is the  fact that it is������simplified as much.as  possible, and that-finch department  has Its own dearly defined and separate duties. There is very little overlapping, tho educational, the'poor law,  the health and the other local administrative bodies de not come in conflict, with ���������each other as they do in  some countries. ���������We cannot say that  local government Is porfect, but It is.  fairly efficient. Tills is doubtless'due  to the faci- that thn different departments havo not to deal with va^t  numbers of people Tho poor law officers generally know personally almost every Individual who applies for  , relief nnd 'lliey have- generally a pergonal kno\v.Klge of the history- ql  each case with wl-ich thoy are called  upon to deal--Lond-in Times.  BLIND CAN READ PAPERS BY EAR  Type    Rending   Octophone Has Been  Greatly Perfected by Its Inventor  Fournler d'Albe  It is now possiblo for a blind mnn  to road by tiio ear, owing to tho Improvements In an electrical instrument which was first shown by Four.-  nlcv d'Allio al last year's British association mooting."  Tho Iii8trijiii3nt has as its bnslc  principle tho peculiar proporty of  selenium, by vhlch the strength of an  electric curront passing tlnough it  vnrlos with the amount of light. It is  connected with a toloplicne receiver,  and according ub moro or Ichs light  falls on tho so'allium so does tho oloc-  trie current passing through the receiver vary, mi'l consequently tlio  eoiiiwlH heard in the receiver vitry.  Hy throwli.g it powerful light on  ordinary loltorpresH, lt Is ponslblo to  differentiate liotwoon lt'tl.prn by different houiu'B In the receiver.  An ordinary newspaper can (Iiiir ho  road by the "typa-r"ailliig oclophono."  To Help Vesseln In n Fog  An lir.ori'fltlng. experiment In navl-  1'iitlon .u the fog will bv carried out  liy  tl.o fiuiiulltiii Nor1.'Pi u    stoa.T.'r  Royal Genrgo.   Silo Is flttod with an  ' apparatus owibllng a vessel In tlio  thlokPHt of woatlior, without llie aid  of compass or sextant,  to. .uncertain  . , lior position when alio Is within .a  radiuH of fifty miles of a llxed wlro-  Jons still Ion or a wlroleas-flltod ship  whoso position lc known.  It Ih alHo claimed for tills npparattiB  that. HlmnUl tho Royal Qeorgo pick  up a wlrcleas dlHtrcsH hIbhivI Bhe  <"'<->v.M ho nhlr to ret lier courak tu-  wardH  Kb   Hoiirco,   oven   tlioiiRh   tho  ��������� distruBHud vosroI wero not able to Indicate hur position.  Suppressing Opium Trafflo  Tlio third International opium con-  Cro"r. ?! T):c Vny/io him vc-"-A;.cl ;;:;  agrooinont that tlio International con-  , vontlon looking to the suppression of  tlio opium traffic, drafted liy the conference as soon as tho adhering now-  ers hnvo ratified lt, tlouplto the abstention of some of the powers,  Tlhs convontlon nlmg not only at  the KtipproflsS.in of tho opium traffic,  but International traffic In cocnlnonnd  olIi.M- uojvIuuH and habit forming  drugs. Tho representatives of 44 na*  tlonn have taken part In conferences  on this subject although not all of  tlie sUtofl havo aiffned the convention.  'The problem of the farm laborer is  an unsolved ore in Canada as yet, r.or.  will it be solved" until' greater-efficiency is-demr.n.ied. higher wages paid,  and a home fc the farm laborer and  his household provided. A'somewhat  common custom at present is to pay  a certain .l.onthly wage���������the average  course  of events shows conclusively that as"  the vears pass by if will become ever  stronger. We may.now look forward  with' confidence to a time, ia the not  far distant future , when- the incomes-  of'everyone will be over the -poverty  line and when e /en the poorest will  be able to participate in the groat  \vealth wt are' accumulating from  year to year -and' from 'generation to  generation." ���������  Can   Great  Britain,   he' asked,  af-  Britain, France, Germany and United  States Will Bear Expense of.  Undertaking  r.To free the North Atlantic of derelicts; the' United States revenue cutters Seneca &bu Miami, v/ill    estab  lish an international patrol ir those  States���������Bi-azilr-Persia^eansda���������and^^ters"as-a������tWrife"dH)ir-tifeThTe"rnS  for eastern Canada is $32 66 per nionfh  for(1   to   spend   thp, 210   millions    of  for a season jf somo seven or eight; p0un<]s a yt.ar which is demanded ot  go  be  months'���������together with  board at too; it by tne governments, and  to lo  farmer's     table  and "a  room  in  uis. forward with equanimity to the lar  house, and also s.abling and keep for [additional expenditure whicn will  the, hired man's l.orse.     1   rocently j ,,e(]ui,,od ������or social legislation durins  asked one of,our leading farmers ro-|tne next ,Pw vears?   Ills' answer was  garding the effect upon the efficiency \ an cnl,,hatle affirmative,  elsewhere prospecting for oil, but up  ���������to ���������the-present no details of their reports are available; For the Pacific  oil stores' California is being looked to  for a supply, and this is causing some  misgiving in Canada, where oi! is  found in paying quantities. ..But the  fact has been demonstrated that oil  is found in California in paying quantities, while the supply in Western Canada is not as general or as well exploited. -Sir Owen Philipps and Lord  Pirrle are said to be intimately associated with the -tew-prospect as far as  California.!! oil is concerned.  Two yoi>rs ago the test of each cow. ������������������  in thedai-y the sale within the oity  or town of milk oi  cream shall'   bo  prohibited unVss herds show a clean  bill  of    health    from    sanitary    inspectors.   Each city or town shall ap- -  point an inspector or inspectors io see -  that, the cows are kept clean and properly fed v������ud cared lor.  When these requirements have been  carried out' Ly any city or town and  an applicatioD made for tho co-opera- ���������  tion of the veterinary director-general,  the latter shall send . veterinary inspectors tc inspjet the dairy cows and'  bulls, subjecting them to tho tuberculin test,as well as making physical  examination, in each case. Cows infected with open ��������� tuberculosis and  which are distributing the serins ��������� of-  the'disease through the milk or other-  wis������; shall be slaughtered at air abattoir under inspection or in the presence of the inspector who shall give  directions as to the disposition of tne  carcass. Re-actors to the tost are to  he separated from non-reactors to the  test and shall be immediately slaughtered after they have been prepared  for .the block by drying off and feeding; or they may be retained in tha  herd ,and no milk or cream 'from the  herd sold until it has been pastuer-.  ized. -- ,j  Provision lc made.for-the compensa-  tion-of the    owners, of    all    cows  slaughtered under   these   regulations, -  the'compensator, to be.equal to one-  half the appraised'value in the case of  open tuberculosis, one-third    the appraised value Hi the cow is destroyed  as a re-actor at   tho, request   of   the  owner, the owner tc be also given tne  salvage from the carcass provided the  amount of salvage aud compensation  do'not exceed the'appraised value of,  which the surplus goes to the receiver *  general���������  and general character of. the-mon'uf  this custom of maintaining a driving  horse, "They are out driving until  midnight." was the reply; "the offi ct  upon both morals and'efficiency Is  bad. But," ho added, "you can secure  them on no other terms." Tho cottage  for a homo would benefit omployer  'and employee ailke. What modern  Industry has discovorod, modern agriculture must, learn, uamoly, that the  best paid and care for laboi- is tho  most pro 11 tablo.  Tho boarding'of tho hired'mnn Is  often a' hard.-'hip to thp housowlfo  The custom may have national compensations. When a man of foreign  nationality Is hired, nothing else so of-  foctively Bhapvss him Into a Canadian  citizen. But lt has personal penalties.  If Boveralmon aro employed the  strain upon tho homo life is severe.  I havo already -liiBtancod lu another  connection a young Sponcorviiio farm-  or whoso father liy the purchase of  several farms had roplaced thirty-  olght porsous >iy eight, Hoctntly this  young man told nio of tlie doclsion to  rout tho farm, giving as the chief reason that his mother and sister woro  practically at'.oiidaiitB upon the hired  nior., Tho houii, which has everything  doHlrahle that country lifo can afford,  Is maintained, bul the barns and  fields nro In the hands of rentors; and  the city claims another of that typo  which gives us tiiulon-biillders.  Tho result of coiiilllloiiii of Inhor on  the farm Ib that thoro Is little of that  joy and pride In one's work which Is  essential to all truo living."  LAWYERS CONVICTED IN  RUSSIA  They  Wer.5  Charged  With   Insulting  Ministry Over Beillss  Trial  The trial of 2fi Inwyors on a chrirgo  of iiiBiiltlng tho ministry of justice'ber of hooks,  Roughly peaking, the wealth and  income of CTrout Britain, doubled  every 30 yenrs, and he believed It to  be not over sanguine to expect, that  about the year .1944 wo shai.l have a  national Income of 4,000'mllllons and  accumulated weaith 'amounting to  over 110,000 millions of pounds or $650,-  000,000. That meant that tht nation  could confidently.look,forward to tiio  introduction i, ��������� al-'.those reforms do-  sired by the socialistic side of the  Liberal party.  But lt might br. as well to enU-r  upon such expenditures as soon ns  tho Income justified them, that" Is in  the year 1944, "  l  Bennett Burleigh, War Writer, Dead  . Bennett Burleigh, one of tho fore:  most war correspondents of modorn  times, died recently at his'London residence, He served as correspondent in  many wars.  A Scotchman, born In Olasgow  nearly seventy years agOi he joined  the ranks of tho confederates in iho  civil war and fought through the entire campaign, boing twico captitrod  and 'Boiitoncoil to death by tho northern troops.  ,  Lntor he uirnod to nowspapor work  and reported a number of campaigns  for a news agency. In 1882 he begun  his connection with tho London Dally  Telegraph, which lasted until his  death. Ho followed for that paper tlm  British lOgyptlr.n wnr and various  Soudan campaigns, the French annexation of Madagascar, the AHliantl war,  Iho Spanish expedition 1" Morocco, the  Somali war, tlio HusBO-.Tiipnueso war  and the lccent Balkan war.  For many vears ho was able to visit  his homo only on vnro occasions owing  to his constant service-'In the Hold.  At ono timo llurlolgh wont Into poll,  tics and stood for a Scottish constltu  toncy,   lie was tho author of a num  Confidante of Many State Secrets  ,'Prrobably the man who knows more  diplomatic secrets thnn anyhodv else  in the world is Leopold de Rothschild,  of London, England,, one of rhe principals of the great international banking houS3 nf Rothschild. He is the  friend and confidant of every ambassador and minister accredited to tl.e  court of St. James', and continually in  their company, lu it to bo wondered  at that he is acquainted with most  moves on tlie chess boards of the nations?  Ah one of th principals of the great  banking-house bearing hls name his  position as a controller���������of llie money  market naltiral'y makes hlni the most  souglif-cftcr p^uonoKo in London, for  no great government loan can bo  flouted without the house of Rothschild being dlr..'ctly or Indirectly consulted.  To Leopold do Rothschild come the  envoys of state for advice and guidance; oft on to submit to lilm vast  BohpmcH for th.? raising of money, In  lho development of a country, In tho  provision of railways, In tho numerous, other activities foi which iiionov Ih  noodod, Mr. Rothschild plays a 'far  greater pari than nioHt ppnpl.> suspect.  Mis hank In St. swiililn's Innn, London, Is nn Internallonul liu'dlum for  relieving mil Ions and states of monetary difficulties,  For yoni'h ciillnet ministers have  ooiiHiiHeil 'uPoM(l"(ln llothsehlld on  uiinnolnl nucHtloi.H affecting tho country, and thoro In Hilll an Intimate,  though little siiH|ieetO(l, connection hn-  tweon the cabinet and the house of  Rothschild,  tibhal Maritime Conference in London  last year.  At present th; two cutters are  working oiu '.II Halifax to warn vessels against icebergs which may cross  tho "paths frequented by steamers between Europe and America. Ar soon  as the danger of icebergs has passed,  the two cutters will' search for derelicts which imperil shipping. One of  the- cutters will r/.ake its hcadquar-  tars somewhere in the Azores and  confine its duty t, the European end  of the trans-Atlantic routes- The other  will mako ts headquarters either in  Newfoundland oi- Nova Scotia and  limit its. efforts to the American end  of the -well-travelled course.  Although th������ United States has  been authorized t maintain this dere-  Hot patrol,' it will ho pnld for by iill  the powo.-s which' participated in the  International Maritime Conference  and signed tho treaty growing out of  that confeionce. Tlio treaty will not  bo effective nntl'. July 1, 1915, but  hy common consent tho patrol Is to  bo established this year, and tho Interested nations, selected tho United  Stntos'to tnko ehu-ge of it. .  / Groat Britain will boar thirty por  cent, of tho expense of the patrol,  France, Germany and the United  States each flftoer. per cont., and tho  bnlanco jt.11 ho '-pportioned among  powers with fewer ships In tho North  Atlantic.  The regulations provide for periodical tests whenever deemed necessary  by the veterinary director-general. No  new cows are to be added to a herd,  unless they- have passed the test of  tlie department. When the successive  tests fail to deter any reactor in,a  herd it shall be'deemed healthy and  the veterinary iaspector is authorized  to give a'certificate to that effect upon request.  MENEL'K   STILL   A   MYSTERY  MAKES   AEROPLANES   SAFE-  iImvItu" Ilio trlnl nf Mendol rtn(H.an nnft-  eft In a convletlor. of nil tlio defendants. Two of Uiem, M, bukoloti niul  M. Kereuskl, woro eonteitcod to olght  months' impfkonnmnt, and tho others  to terms of six months each.  At lho time of the trial of nolllsn  the lawyers drow np a strong protenl.  In which ll wus alleged that tho ministry of Ju.'tlco and tho court at Kiev,  boforo which Beillss was tried, woro  Inspired by racial and nat!o.inl enmity. The Bontoticcfi Imposod on tho  Inwyors doprlvn thom of tholr political rights, lv.it do not Interfere with  their civil rights  Tho bust French npplns uro sent to  mnrkot wrappud In tlssuo paper and  separated by a thin layor of excelsior  or straw. This is kuown as packing  In "nests."  TJ.irh li������'-   Wai Well Iihudu to  many P.nniHIans find whr i\ welcome  visitor to Uio Canadian hut at tho Bis-  ley mooting, DurlnK the American  civil wnr l.o wet jailed ln Toronto, accused of belllgoropt, nets on Cnutllnn  soil,   lie' was eventually liberated by  r,*i!ri,.   rtf   thr,   Irymnrlnl   t.r,i>..t.,-i,iin..t  .J t   iti '-  t V.* **��������� **Jr������ *   * . . *        rj   4   *   \, *   t * . .. -v mt ...  The British admiralty lias decided  to abandon tho hospital ship Maine,  proBonted'to tho British nation by  Amorlcan women during the South  African war and which went ashora on  Juno 17 In tho Firth of Lome on :ho  west const of Scotland. It was the  opinion of the officers that the cost  of thu repiilrn of tlm K-hiii would bo  moro than the value of tho vessel,  Maple Sugar Souvenirs  On Dominion Dny lust yenr every  passenger who entered, a dining cur  on tho C.I'.R, ������������������oc������ii\oii a in.'iplo sugar  maplo loaf enaloi-ed in u Utilu box  with n miniature Cinwidlnn EiifIkii antl  a copy of "Tho Maplo Lent' For  Ever." In tlio Unitod States hicIi particular fruit, such us the orniige, has  Stabilizing Machine Will Prevent Air  Accidents  Striking demon.it'i'iitions of a stabilizing device tu: aeroplanes woro mado  at liezons, near Pnrln, by twa Americans, Sporry and hiu sou, The device  which weighs only forty pounds nud  ii'oasiires uomo <;lglituoii luetics across  uud twolvo IiioIm.ii. lilgli. Ib based on a  (|iuiilruplo gyroscope driven hy electric: powor nenerati'd by ihe t'iiglii"B i.f  the nuruplMiu. .Ino pair of gyroscopes  work on ihe devilling plnneti and are  so balanced thn. ihe inonieni '.hi  pi a turn arc ul a ,'lnr.geroiiH angle the  gyroscopes tli-ow Mii'in Imclt Into tli.lr  cnrroci ponltlon. The other .j.ilr lietn  up tin.1 uiiiomiitle. Intern] balance,  Sperry's mm roso fimn    il.n Seine.  River wlili u inuelinnli! In his Curtis.!  witerpliuio.   At   . I night of some H00  foci  fn m  Even  In the  Capital  the  Facts  Still  Are. Unknown   and   Diplomats  Cannot Get at the Truth  The .mystery of Menelik, tho on'iper-  br or Abysslnh, whoso death has been  reported Innumerable times, only to be  denied, remains unsolved. W. Thesl-  ger, British minister to Abyssinia, has-  roported that even in Adis Adeba, the-  capital of Aby?slma, tho facts are still  unknown. No one -will admit that tlie-  emperor 1? dead and outside the pal-  aco there is complote Ignorance on the  subject.  The diplomatic corps has boon un-  ablo to get at t x truth, all lho mints-  tei-B cnu say Ib thnt thoy hnvo net  seen Mono'Jk for years. The general  belief Is that tho emperor's .embalmed  body lies In the innermost room of tho  Gobi.  The cnp'.'ni is, however, completely  tranquil, and it is believed Unit any  danger to fomignors is past,  Mr. Thoslgor has jiiHt completed a  three months' march along tho Ahys-  Blrilnn frontier of British Earn Africa  to Inquire InLo tha wounding of.two  British offlc-Ta by rnidors, lie wn������?  accompanied by an Abyssinian escort  over a hundred miles of lava Kiruwn  plains, whe-e '3 camels hnd U bo t't'iu-  phiyt'd to carry wator for the enm-  van, The party march to Nairolia,  a total distance' of 1,110 miles.  Its day, nud tlio C.l'.H- lihvi win tn  identify thu Canadian National Moll-lehlin.'  Any wllh Ihi* lui uni Canadian p:o-1 wati -riii.iiii! >l 'iic'.!d und lliu iiiil sank  duct. Tho Quebec government was!downwards. Immediately the balni.c-  much Interested In tho Idea and do-1 lug apparatus set to work and brouaht  cldod to t'lnborata It on a slill morn'the niucalrie back Into perfect emil!-  comprehensive scale, Quebec lmli.iijllirliiin. Flvo Union the experiments  the provliioo moHi Intlniatolv roniief t-i wei'i> repented, Then Sperrv'H son  ud v������iui vim uiiipie Hiigiii' niiliiHiry. in  WOMEN BEHEADED  ii ''  Germany Hno No Scnlnientallom With  Female Criminals  Iu marked contrast to the agitation  In the. United StaloLngaliiiit ihe capital  piiiilMhmeii i.f women,, crlmii.uls nud  llm tolerant attitude of Ihe Hrlilsh  authorities toward the mHltniil mif-  I't'iigetteH, the lnct Unit lltiseiilimeiitnl  (iuniiMiiB shows no more consideration  mill pilot net': pusKeiigi r rore! f'" '1>1' weaker >>.*\ than for men in  Ihulr seat*, and the uieehiiinc 1 crime wiih evidenced reeeut!> when  climbed oil' on tl,o lower plain of the!'we. women w.-ro beheaded ly heads-  iiiiii'hltie to r. p./lnt somo six feet! "'en with blocks nml axes, making  from lho eeutr, of gravlly. Meanwhile' f"������r women to suffer from that lino  Sperry wan standing with buth ui'iiiu J within a Tew weeks,  above IiIh honft. The gyroscepen kept | 'Hie dent i sent.mees were executed  tho liinciiliio bala.iccd,'The mechanic .according to the mediaeval rm>l|imd-  then elniiiliereii In the lull nf lhe mn.' (lorminiv. of nil Avlll'/nA n-iHnm- in  Fnr a fraction of n second tho I tlie only ono to retain UiIh custom.  DEMONSTJMTES   NEW   RECEIVER  Great    Interest    In  Invention  8hown,!  Before Members of Royal Society  The    demntnitrntttui of i  i.e������' .'vi,,  non nets  are almost  unknown    In  ,Moxlco, ovon among wealthy ladles-  deed, the higher standard of purity  notle.onbio In commercial mriplu sugv  Is largely duo to tho onllghtenod efforts of the Quebec ministry lor agriculture, \vhlch. d rents  three  sehorN  ranie down to tin- water lu a splendid of radio telegraphic and telephonl,.- n>.  volplane which was also automatic.    I reiver, invented hy Lloiilennnt-Cnlnri'M  Poininiuwhnt Unrrec,   Cnpt  Charles (Jeorgo Iqulrer, military attache of the  American einhiiwy, created great luter-  ont nt. a meeting of the Royal pocle-v  Tho'Invent ion cmhodlera llie use of ordinary street  telephone wircH an nr,-  of the French army   nlr   corps,   M.  Mniii'lu, Lleut.-Col. Mcuard and several  other air expert,,  wero  presi nt and  for  eiliicatliiji  fanners  ln    the  heat j were greatly liitc-csted. Ilnrr.'s went  methods of tapplmr. rl|������j||lllng and pro- for a trip with S;k rry'r i;on, who ih.-n- tt-nnao luii.nin,; no in.ini. Mi'hn.nvii  (lacing the sugar. This yeru, thero-jo;'smiled an automatic rise from the were received over long distances dur-  foro, tho Quebec government ItHiOf Iiiih'water, bnlanehi: In the air nnd nn Uiif, the A"in<<n- ir.'i'h.'n ;:ii>} \u ru IhaoI  taken In hand the Maplo Day Idea, ami  automatic ,-olp'.;ie   tlnwii to <!.o wnlti. 'distinctly.      'Jhe  apparatus,  Is thiap  Is Itself providing maple mignr soiivc-l ���������  land simple, and cm easily tie ndjimt-  nlrs to passengers served tn dining| Vowa and wolves k1<'<-]������ curled uu.[oft to reeei-.e a number ������������f <ii(.s.,iigi;s  ears on nil Canadian linos, following 'their none* an.l i.i soles of their f������ oi (simultnneounly without Intt ifcroncvor  tho C.Pit. oxutuplc. cioso together. itaierriiptlon, fftE tf$w& dTOBftWiiAMix BEX^ite eo^wmijc  ���������I.HI ii I M.  v-*rri"A."  ,-s.j->i. .-,���������  w-,i-^7'������������ ���������  ���������*wwn^M������^������>������m������n  Tablo Sets, 4 pieces 75c a set  Table Cuts, 4. pieces ........$1.50 and $52.00  <*������.ly Glassy with Cnjis 50c a dozen  Glass Tumblers 50c a dozen  Olh;s Suit, and  Pepper Shakoria Berry Sets   etc.   etc.  vj* w.im AvranaiKTmnvxe  See our Stock of Furniture,   House Furnishings  Wall racers, Ranges,    etc. etc.,  ������WVW VWJU,*  Fhe Furniture Store  ���������f      Mc.-.- fi- Ihoclh A.'MoKI  Cumberland  MV������nun.MU ������ xu^M\-wusm bi t^tim. *  VAAUA?  WWil'S  Y  'Junncd lowt-,'.. ;.  '���������bloodstained r<  .1 f de.id,   idle   inii  '���������'.Ads  f0 ��������� 1   and  [-:,   trenehes  full  r;.d factories,  Sunshine Jane's  ensi  -rJ*.-v-cj������i 1-5.1 a. ->  il  if  ROCCHi BROS  GROCFRS    &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF .  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORkS  Agents for Pilsener Hi-cwing Com pain's BHHR  Wholesale Dealers in fill Kinds of  W.iues and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET t  Itai^t^xtatlihtttYl^tssgsO^ *^^^o(e<W**,W^i������������������^^������'vSoj������/  .lane was married in   the au-  lomelffls and -bstitute ^'������il:^. ttimn; she did^t hsve any irons  ���������l..-ar and eufferin" evervwhere. seailj or any Weddi:ig presents,  Such scenes are plentiful in '.Helgi- or auy bridal trip> Tt wag a new  ������������������utn and along tiie   frontiers  where \^m\   0|"   wedding,   hecanse   so  much about' her and her way of  looking at life was new to those  about her, that even her marriage had to match it. "My clo-  hes are always in nice 01 der,"  ���������die said toSusan, slightly appall  ed over-the non-existing piepara  lions, .������������������and I love lo sew and  nvill make what I need as I need  it."'  "I don't want  auy  presents,"  boreuzo had said  decidedly,   "I  lo  unen have been pitted agau.sl each  .other'in the game 0? war.  And this is tlie harvest'reason in  Europe.   The   toil   on   which   s-  n any depend ha? been  abandoned  ���������whi'e war'd   terrible wort   spreads  in mine  in. the   affected countries.  Amoricans generally do _ not  reaL  -jze what the conditions an.      The  f.irm holdings   are   mostly   i-mull  ���������mien and in many cases machinery  ,i-   not   available    in   ihe   fields.  Much of the grain cutting  is done  with   the   old   reapin   book   and  ���������reyihe, most   of the  thi-cpbing   by  b.tiul.    'ihe    grain    contains    so  ���������much  moisture  tha'.   it  must   be  .' a'iked for some   time in the fields  ib-fuiv being euificiently cured The  'iota crops, on   which  mon   of the  live stock of Europe l;\e< "clurirg  ���������ibu long winter, must be carefully  ii'tidtd   in the bummer and fall, or  1 bey will lie ui irely lost.   All this  ���������work is usually done by families,  ��������� 'A'here the war has not taken titter  - uiti, old men. -women;   I oys   and  ic ildren, will make heroic efforts  liH'i'i, the situation but ihero are  1 o such feeble work can avert,  'i bei-ii are the awful conditions that  il.c country foik of Europe face  I" w.  Cf al! ' tho .Enrpean nations  i .volveil ifi' ,ihe great war, only  Hut-Kin is indep������nicnt of foreign  ,h nrce-t of supply. All ihe others  luive to' import grain, meats and  . iner fiiodfiiufiV. At an i'lustra  tion Germany, whose trade ha8  -wiiji! to a halt, has a population  ��������� 1" about 07.000,000 1 o support with  ;!nii(l ure.j of '209,000 Hip miles', a lit  ������������������ilu over four times aa ^rent an area  .1 llmt <,f New York Stale. The  ���������extern to which (jennuny hns do  pended on 01 her countries is Hhown  by 'he fact ihat in 11 year Ami im-  purifil $300.(100,000 worth of grains  :* >1,000.000 worth 01 means and  ,.p,J.r),0()U1()������)0 worth oi fruit h. Tho  ,. niv tnroul wbiidi tie nil any has ex  lo-ieil hafi been rye, lieriniiny  . ml      Anuria- Ilunjiiiry have  1 11 iinniml wheat shm-tugi! of nbout  7'.i,ri(.0,l()0 bufdiclH, The wur will  i.ut only ini;ient;e the ileiuand-! (f  ���������1,0 European countrii-." f >r food  t'-l Ibi'il' people, bul tbey luiifct  ,b  ve pru\ ihioii.- for iln-ir armies  ."Miirvalion iiIwiijm adds In to lhe,  ii'iitur* of n {treat ivitr. In all tlm  . iiiiilrie.. a'.i-ii; :. i:..!,;i,-ii'y b.i-' den-Mi. d tlMTtjWiJl be liitidll nill7eiiii(;  dhpo-.-iblH to H'liuvo. Hui tho I'ni  ���������������������������JS nli-f, y'ron,,; ������������������ind fiiMitral, with  b-iii.p-r eri'ps, including :i wheat  i.Miliifli'UMif   'J.'U.OUO.OliO  bushels  ������������������  -ff lb '11  lhe ',lV"Vi">    Int. <l\o   1((U(  ii-n y������'ui'.-, i.- iu position lo extend  :in.> iudpinj; hand. We ilfut; a-  Joiie a moon thft ^r'-at. power.-; rom"  .--... h h !���������-.?���������? '..'.- lyb'A;; ��������� ..������������������.���������������."'  \V- nlono remain tre* 10 continue  tl.e vvoik of production.- Ex.  p>*JpYihM������fiy^'i^yiY^v\yv%������r^  don't   want anyone on- earth  -.���������roan   because     I'm  marrvnig  P. Philupps Harrison  0 BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY,  PUBLIC CONVY  ANC1NG  f  :i  % DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  ft!  CUMBERLAND,  Vrink a Bottle of Pilsener,  With your meals  Notice the good effect on appetite and digestion.  PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD.  also distributors for U.B.Cand   Newlife Beers, Nanaimo  t  S.   f\    Clmjlllf.'������,l enmnifiiein^  ,\ii>jnki il, will    uni ���������    nt    !'n..!t   j  J in) nt r������.:jl>    J1.    I.:       Wi.ii;,i.������.1itv  .ull'f   i'lj'iilY, ������*������**# V.'������������. Ie.'l\������-    I   l������i"ll  Jane."  "I don't want any bridal trips.  Matthew and 1 didu|t have one,  so I know all aliout them," said  JVIaii liiay^^yji o_,n oi\L_h ad._hei__jia_iL  dard and never lowered it for an  in t. nt; those bothers are just  about over fur sensible people."  So it ail .fell out in this way,  Oue lovely bright September  day,Mr.and Mrs. Beamer andMr.".  Susan Ralston walked' quietly in  to the village church and sat  down in the. front pew. Short,  ly after the clergyman and the  bride and the groom ' came in,  rile clergymen married the brici*1:  10��������� the groom. Then they all  went out together, and the cler  gyman left them to go home together. A nice cold luncheon  was spread at Susan's, aud the  cat was wailing, scratching hard  at liis white bow, whilst he did  so.  After luncheon Mr. Ueainer,  his wife, and liis wife's sister  went off for a journey.  "Think 'of int travelling,n  Susan t-stetically ��������� Oil Jane,  may you enjoy going; abroad this  winter as much as 1 shall going  off uow."  Jam; smiled her pietlv smile,  and then, afier ilu- last wave of  adieu, slie and Lorenzo went  b.ick inlo,the house.  '���������This is really funny, you  know,1' said Lorenzo; "first we  will wash all the dishes, and  'lieu we will plan our future.''  "Yev' June said, lint they  failed to do either. Instead,  ��������� hey led ihe dishes and the fiu  un- to eare lor themselves On-  ing Mmight down into the garden, climbing the two fences, safely serliukd in the liitle, growing  iilnoniin������' enflnsiire, Lorenzo  Kickhi* v/il'e in liis avvus. said  "Oil, m\ dearest dear, how  n'ghte.st riglit everything i.s ! "  "It's like wluit it says in one  ol my books.* .saw Air, JJennu-r.  "God it, icseivoir and we ate nil  pipe*; then he poms through uh  .utotding to how willing we are.  became you ate big or little ac  cording to how willing yon  are.  ������������������'-��������� alt '.)>��������� w.mtig.  Th'-ic v. i-: ,1 M������!<!t-i;   littsli nn. 1  I  %  *  i  a  3  FOR THESE HOT DAYS  Children's lloinpers, Wash  BloitEes  & Suits ��������� s   '  Dresses, , Cash mere Coats,  etc.  Ladies' Waists,   -Night  Gowns,'Underskirts,  Combinations,     Corset -' Covers',     A])roii6;  Ooupo Dresses, etc. ������   ."  MEN'S .SILlv SHI UTS, - TIES,   1'TNE   11 A'DERWEAIt  0  r3  g  %   ���������  jj  g  %.    '  s .  \r  g  o     a:  S3  e  S3  1?    .  \  %���������  il  \  3    -i  i  3  M  I 1  THE "IDEAL" STO&E-    ' N������t to Turbells"     i  *f Cumberland to Union Hay ioc. for two minutes  7 Cumberland to Fanuv Bay ..'.'. zoc. for two minutes'  ? Fanny Bay to Cumberland"...... ��������� ...2'oq. for two minutes  % Fanny Hay to Taylors..'.... 7. I'rc. for two minutes-  ^ Fanny Bay to Union Bay..... .too. for twoniiiiu'es  T-v Union Bay to Courtenay  20c for two minutes  j* Union Bav to Cniuberland ioc. ior two minutes  y Union Bay to Fanny Bay'..'. ;��������� ioc. for two minutes  ������  *���������(���������������  1  *1*  *1*  ������f������  *'���������  t  V  V  Also   special   night   rates  Between 7 p. m. aud 8 a. m.  to all points in British Columbia,  Three Times the Regular Day Period for the Regular Day Rate.  IW Make Appointments Any Time During the Day.  ssmsvtinma  rc^it'ujii'i^'m^amiimk  T  T  T  B.C. Telephone Co.Ltd."$  :  ���������tvntrwwmttmi mmm**  (���������ii'.������������(fX''Xi&i������������������������������������������������(sy������������������/^  6MB IU!  rjrp-������r  THE  'HUB'  for   youi'   Simdiis,  Sodas, Ice   Creain,  and    Ciuil'ectioiiei'y  I'RUIT, OICJAIIS,  TOBACCOS  uWillie"  t������  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiH  ^\\iiiiiiiiii!iii:iiiiiiiiii!iiii!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiKii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii^  ������ Capita! Paid Up $11,560,000. . Reserve $13,000,00     1  The Royal Bank of Canada.  a  ������  I DRAFTS   ISriUED   IN   ANY,  CUHUKN0Y,   BAYABLE- Abb ^  j - '" OVEU   THIS   WOULD. I-  I SPECIAL A'TVENTION paid lo^fAVINKH ACCOUNTS & inteie>t |  1   at highest Current-Rules allow 00 on i;et onils of $1 nnd upwards. |  ������ " @  1  CUMBERLAND,-B. O., Branch, Cp<m Dully      D. M. Morrison; Met, |-  I UNION PAY, B.C. Branch, 0).,oti I ni y,      F. Botworth, Mgr. k  | COUETENAY,   B. 0, Branch,  Opon Dm.v 11. II, Haldwick,  Mpr' |j  1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!:iiiiiiinliliii#  %>iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii!:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiii  ft  ,<���������  i  UUUUb'tTJUtMi'UyirWMJIMH  .mi ��������� ii ���������_im w i a ii una���������* ��������� iiiih MiinwuiMy kmt mi������iii������i*iiir<  ������-ti i ������.'iutriin������w^  r,<<ww������wi.'wiin������ii������iMr ������  it ? " ''I think ii's all wonderful." said Jane. "Of course  there rurally is something spread  out of I lea veu over the earth every day," said Lorenzo reveient  l\; only people don't vco. it."  '���������But- 110W..J1 davs averybody's  beginning to iccoynize it," ]aue  murmured.  Com,  a   a   a  From "Sunshine Jane" one of  Jhe new books, if your icadeis  want a treat, they should get it.  '   ���������        u  ��������� - - ���������  ���������-  MHT UO I) I ST CHURCH SUN  Wc are pleased lo see that  Vixblic   \\\������Iit\V---Sttu.Uv% tt\^* wmwn of   Cnmlwlnncl arc!  a hi. nnd 7 p. in. j up   and    doing.    Lend   them  Bible Study  (S.   School) a 301every assistance,   for   their ob-  ^ Uli ' ijeet is n wotthy one.  Young l\o!)le'sSoeietv���������Mon"      . _,  ~~       01" ..  ,      u ' ABltio Kunncl liner, coaling nt.  dav, ,S p. in. ,, ,     .,      ,     ,      . , ,  ;,.������.,,..      ���������,     ,       ,\ Union Hey, hats beon tnkou ovor by  Laches Ah ���������Hrrt Tuesday of' ,     ��������� ,,   .   ,  , ,  ; tho  (Jovernnifiut, had her  name  tve.y mouth, nt 7.30 p. m. clmnR0()in,ui |mi ������������������,, off II. M.S.  ~~ "*   Rninbuw on bo.ud.  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P, O. BOX 482'  rilOKE 20....  CUMBERLAND  "Washington, Aug, 5(1���������When  tlm Hewn t'liine tliat. the IvnirtcrV  UliliuiH had beon   uioweil down b\  pooing   Turks,,   armed   with   ilio  linnnjiii.giiini,  .  I' the French nrlillery   rufiiBi'S  Ciiinberl-'incl is not looming  tip very hirgc in the recruting  line,   ll will come.  -^-.  Freiieh niiiuiiiiiu guns ut the Hkir-||n \h\A wnr to moot thu ixpi'ctn-  niish at Saint Croix, mniiu of ������!������������; liunaor France, then every nation  United Status nrmy olhVei.- wuteli. j,, ,j)0 Worhl, whieh luirt heen  ing tl.o European Hruaii.ni m j,���������pv|l;fi ft w|||'|m.k|��������� to work cm  cliidiuui:   "1 toln you h.������ " ; ni.^ ]]w^ ^ j( h   ^iVm,^   u  Tlieey������������iifovt������-y iiriil!.^   ���������������������-{ril5|lirt. ,.r ,ilt, lirlilK.ry  will  111,1m  to-Jnthcv-rM   ir,  tni,v   ���������"������������������-;ijll.(;l>.lvlli(,;,jlVr((luj1.  towiutrllw  Vn.wh   ������j'Ull-ry,   --I,     i(i() {ixwdx ,{uw   Uw   (ilmiuf  wliieh   is   pinnetl   llm   h-p,   ol  N.l{Mllt.on U.im-^H-uiulix.ott   in   iir-  |<ruii(!������ri. whip tlui (ii<rmiiiiH ,���������|ory. ami iheir gunn   of today,  til  liu.dU   .Sf.'i.u  said.  tlinn!������?h!  Hi, Tlt.urday uxtriiioi: af \ ,oAY ,.,.���������.    ..,,;,    ;,j<inpj;,  i>" l-'Aduy ul    li������   uii.lni'������lit.    \'������ri  a, r  It  lil;.*!  ;-iii;ii.,,! m t'ywiclinii'p  ���������1 1 i-'l:r:"^ :u lv a- n .1 \J  l< ifr* 1  Si-rjjt. IludMiii, T'ind llii.'!iliittd.-  olf. tlrillrd .-(. .ml   7,\i\ oi llie J.i>  t  P',..i.*i. ;..j|ii'i    Hi ihi' .\^'  tii 'ri : v.    ni  hfJi'      ' fl'  rrii.lt ���������!',  j I (.Mil'. I.  I  t  ','':';,*ia,"���������    i .ii.������i f 1 r.^ht down ovi-r us; un'i  I ^li.ti'<av    t-\t-iiiu<j,     T  rtvhv rr.T'Hi- h������nt '.'hiifW/ciiih.  ! There will l������e oMier than lliej  ;;iiuiii������.> oi tilt--   in-. 11    who h.iw,  '.Hid iit<- '^ illlj! i<������ l������?������-' fume Ui,  rir.icli oui  it luipiu^ iiar.d tu.    ,  i 1  "Will tlui Freiii'h nrtilluy. ml-  miitedly tlm bust, iu the world.  wiciik lin* hiiviiu iu (Jnruutti rnulii*  that bus been predicted i Will  tin* new pieee.i <d the French re-  iic.-.t flic mwI'iiI hlntiuhtur fur  wliiidi llioir old pieeeH wore ie"  pmiMbii' in lhe l.albm war nf a  tlmt   timu   Seivi-  \lMl   "go ?  mif, I" pul'Mi'iiliil', wel'M uriiu"!  v,Vih \hr nuir������l"i<.u-������ l*iviieh gun-*  mid svvt'jit from ihu lie I'i  Un-' "p  1 with   1 lu*>r   )iiiii(lliin.r,   Iuiiii   Hie  tiiekbono of tlie army.  Thu gnu** are mniitilhrtured iu  set-ret, such it the value plneetl on  tliMin. The famoiiij DreyfiiB nf-  fi.i.' oT T.fteeu yearn ngo, givu*, in"  yn\'t\ out of the Miepii'i.m that  tbe >n-ivt of ibeir iiMhhfaciuro  bat been mid to (ici'iii.iuy.  Fi'ii-tidiy in* Frmice i' '<������ iu������i' ititi *  .-mn ally. A*-* h-\< uoVf- u\vu |t:iit  i.i Ku>!r.a any i.. he.    n.tt'cr UHfil*


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