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Array Pi.-1"-  N  o'  ll  \  ft,*-  .V  |! ���������  IS  l������  %  U       fi-'l  y  *V     ���������)  HHf  ���������  S.  y  'J?!'.:-*}'*''''  e.'  i"*" -   *        '       * ���������.*>**������ *     jf *        -1       1*       ,���������      ,        I-   *" ^ -I' - -  %~.   vj* y ���������"*- *���������*--*      f        ,������������������   * '   *  '  i������C-  /  IT-*^  :m it  A Journal Devoted Especially* to tlie Interests of Comox District.  TltlsNUWS; TWENTIETH   YfiAIi  CUMBERLAND, B. G^-WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1913  Subscription ������r.ou a'.Ykas.  li ."'  THE BIG STORE  iw������*������ w^tcaavt ar yairv-**<mma'ri**^������**~*���������&**J&'^*****m*n*  FAREWELL BANQUET  "Waiter!   A Cold Bu*d  Anda BofcUa of Wine."  . Last-Tuesdav evening a.fare ���������  well banquet was. tendered Mr,  Albert Stephenson,.on the occasion qfliis.departure from', this  district to undertake the" duties  of Chief Constable iii' New. Westminster district. Tho a flair,was  carried out in a 'unique manner.  The Cumberland \  Choral Society  The first practice meeting of  the Cumberland Choral Society  will be held-' in ihe Methodist  church hall 011'Tuesday, Nov,  25th, at 8 o'clock. Owing to  tbe many other local atiractions,  tffcms������8&&ttB������^  WilLll^l  ft&'tft  "���������I  I  * a  l   !>  No reserve���������every hat reduced.  The season .-is only.' beginning, - and  j you ought to. take advantage of this op  portunity to. secure an up:to-date .model at. a, fraction of its original price. ^  Here is where your;dollar...can do  the work of two. ���������*-���������      ..*"   "  All ouests were served with sub-i no mccii-tj-    will  be   held   this  week, as it. was found advisable  to make sure of a full attendance  and also to have necessary tnmic  lo go ahead with. Tho Cum  berland Choral Society was organized two weeks ago by a- well  attended meeting of those in ter  es'ed, and it was decided to establish asociety whiclishould- work  solely for the cultivation and en-  pocnas.' drawn up. on the lines of  tl.o euscd in our courts, and -Mr.  Stephenson seived with a writ of.  summons, in which divers good,  friends etc' were, plaintiff, "'Uf-  friend Siephenson defendant.  The plaintiffs by their endorsement claimed to be good;.and  true Iriendsof the defendant;'and  an injunction "was asked,; re ���������  straining . the defendant from  leaving town unl.il first attending  lhe banquet. The writ was test-jjoymeut of good music for its  oil in the name of Jy J;. Wit-r, .ow��������� s;ik������, and not be connected  Chief Justice of lhe Supremo  Court of Cumin-Hand. *.After :i  banquet par." excellence, our local  barrister, Mr. P. P.- Plarrisun.  opened llit"Ca-*e for the plaintiffs,  and called many witnesses tu' tf'V-  tii'y to their friendship for the.  defendant,* and   many   good  -im  MACFARLANE bros. I  Are now showing the ��������� very latest |  ==and newest   in������������������  ***-*  prom pm   spue  olios  were  made..  i  '"< 8  I  Kis Lordship, Mr. J , J. ' Wier,  than suniniud up,. aud in-' a well-  chosen address, awarded to,*-aed  presented''lhe defendant with a  I line diamond tie pin, tlie gift ol'  Mr. Stephenson's many- friends.  Some jolly songs, were sung, and  Mr."McMillan,' a gifted violinist,  rendered excellent ' musical selections, Sir, J. Bnii'd ae.compiuiung  0iTihF"rTnOTrC^~C(H^  is due Mr.   William    Mcrrj.tield,'  ijhUm $c (EljUkmt'0 faferf  ;-*  ft  rn^nvor l mer & Co: | [,. ^ ��������� ,������������������ ^ .,  | p     (   ,.-. -   '     .     .      oiiiivr'-^y-'P'-iiyin   , v, ,v   V 1 I   huid. lor the very  excellent.   vi'r  1-6     /-   Dunsmuir Avenue,    1.1!()A h db, (. ..\il'.M,Rl,.*\M)    III        1     ,1-      ,r-r,       1 7. : A '-"       t  \ fi   *\ .. ��������� ' . )   3 .3   amis, the artisrio   decoration    of  u������^r.**������,������rw''-^**--*-rvJ,1*^*������w^  a>,Z&i^M*iiZ2KZ-^.r~**.Y^^rt������xvi7&Mi'*^^ '-iu/>������ ��������� i*iiriu **i1mv*-i13p ���������  MEETING OF.COUNCIL'  Tbe regular meeting, of thc-  City Council was held du Monday evening, Nov. iolh, There,  were present, Aid. - Coe,, licver-  idv;e, Aspecie, Maxwell and the  Mayo".  The minutes of pievious mecl-  ing were read aud adopted.  Communications were re-jeiv-,  ed from theCamidiau Piuanuieis  Ltd., of Vancouver, and John  Niivi-en & Co, Chicago, asking  for further particulars regarding  p-opoiNe-l loan. The cleik was  jns'nic.od lo furnish the desired  infoniuuiou,    .  Alex Annstroug requested n  lefuud of taxe.* overcharged on  account of school ������������������ale.*'. This  was laid over uulil the Muniei-  pal Hate By-Law \vas   ani-'Midcd  Constable Grai's rcpoii:  Scavenger ^'93*75  Hall  ileal jo.c-o  Chy Road Tax    10,uo  Pilsener Brewing Co    2,^0  Provincial Police handed in  their report of fines collected and  expenditure, of persons ancstul  by provincial police wiihin the  ciiy li mi (s. Balance coining to  ciiy in ihi.*- instance was nil,  The fallowing  accounts   wen1  icceiviul nnd passed ever I'iuance  Committee:  Provincial Government  keep of prisoners $26.75  Bird, L'.'ighlou & I.htriing,  fee iii ihu l'Vest Cave   prose-  ��������� ���������**��������� ,-  C'   i*'>.i   ���������*���������***��������� -���������-���������        ������ *   ������   ���������   a  1    t ,\,\J 1  ,\tO  U. U.  Gazette ,,,,    5 00  Dr. MacXnujjhlou     ^,50  Elect)ic UrIiI (Jo -.    4!05  James IJiown, ���������*ix cays special  jjoliei* duty   in   ihe   ab::cn-e   ol  Constribh* .'m*.i',- vY'l:   w.b i:di.;,;  lhe   nw-izds .-it   Nf-    \V.-su:*iti- {���������J������������������ xvii:c*li lo-.i* 11;-.  <!-.*���������.    Xo .tiiiomii was  iij.ni:oii-|to "'������ 'u''" ,,;t''     !  it! in the hill. |������i������ puis-.,   wwi  It w.is decide I fo   i-*i;d-ii..'i  charge of-one . dollar per.day for  e..ch familv having i.*a'ients in  lhe Isolation Hospital    *  Th" amendment to" the Muni  cipal Bale By-I^aw reducing the  rate 10 sevc'i mills, on the dollar  of 50 per teut of lhe* assessment  on improvements-described upon  the assessment roll of the City  of. Cuuil'erknd, wai -given its  first and second reading.  The clerk was in.sU'-iuled to  publish iu the Cumberland  News, no'icj of a Court of Be  vision on the voters list, lo be  held ou Dec. 10, 1913, at 7,30  p. 111., also notice re que.-ling all  person:* wishing lo register aa  voters as holders of agreement of  sale ou land or real propeity, to  file 11 statutory declaration, proving 1 lint he or she is, the holder  of 1 he iast a^reoineui of .*;:'.le, aud  that ihe em rent year's t:ix<".-i a;e  paid before the do'iug" of ihe voters 1'st 011 Nov. 30th at 5 p. m.  II was decided tu repair the  sewer leading from Crockett's  hoiiiie un Miryport Avenue al  ouce.  Council adjourned.  the'board,-r,and the- speedy-" and  iu any'manner with' any religious, political, fraternal or other  body. It is proposed to take up  secular music, and t.o work to-  waul a concert, to bc held early  in tlie New Year.  The following are  the  officers  elected:-- . /   ."���������  President.. ���������:. Mrs.  McLorie  Vice Pres.. Miss J, Frame  , 2nd ',* ",;. Mr.'S*'arle  Sec-Treas Mr. Darling'  Conductor Mr. Searle  Musical   Committee:  ��������� Messrs  Kdwards and  Odgers.       ���������"    ������  _^-tiLsm!Jlu-miiltiecj,Mi's.JirA:,  -   Sweaters,, Skirts, Aviation Caps   .   |  and Fancy Neckwear. '    8  DRESS GOODS IN PLAIDS, POPLINS, & ��������� SEltGES ������  . in Uie most popular shade-.    ,. ' H  Those are nbsoliilyiy right ut������ to date.* a������  PLAID SILKS���������Very .suitable for lu-liet--  Waisls.        |,  LA1MKS,,SWKDK GLOVES���������in tan, grey and ulnyk.    |;  LADIES' & CHILDREN'S FELT H01JSK\SLIJ.TKRS -jk  in shades of red, brown and black. %  BALANCE Ol'"1 OUR LA DIES' & CHILD ItKN'SPALL |  & WIN'TKR HATS CLEARING AT ONE  3RD Ot'F*  |  EBtSSEES������SBa,aS8S3^^ 4  iti  THE 'CORNER STORE ?  TV*  a'ientive   serviee.  ���������1>--  I of  bc  \ ifov Conundrum  At a liimill fuiiiily party, one of  them lulled: "Wiiy are all .--.hipa  called She? M '  t).ie of the others  i iuivin.li.it... i.  . ,.,i: . i  ' i       i  '..'. i -liii,\ Uy -,.,.,-,'-.'.. >,- i,t :y mo luiiB  Ierail by nion." As the answer  Wnt giveu by it11 ini'vperii-nced  young baclii-liir, it w::.-i iienendL  Uiuil^ht that al'tia-, sa\ j;i.*' iii(iiitlifl  or lot's, of happily marri'.-.l life, he  would probably idler his opinion.  Mv. C. II. Md'.s, i.iie   <>f Cun  beib.ind,  BIG   SUCCESS  ,']' *c conceit held in Cinnbcrlard ll'ill  on Tresibiy evening under lhe .-uispices  of llie Ladies-.'Aid of Graca Meiluulisi  iliiircli \v,i*i a iintablft siu'cobS frnm < v-  cry poi -,t of view. A fad Ii.-him* anil a  inobi I'ppiKcifi'ivt* thouyli d sciiminal-  iiitlicmt-liowi'd lhat siimt-ilimij mil o!  die ordinal;, was antinpa ed n lhe |iro ,  {���������iMP.uno, and il* rrriamly 4m .ae ^iiocl'  Ironi die very lirsi nuinber, 'The lii;\Mu  OrcliCsi'.*! 'leseivei credit for sucli :i ihiu  orj-nnz.'itioi), and it nviy fcr i as ti e  a cordial wi'lcome should it cvi-r  disposed tn visit CuiYihcrl.ind ay a in. li  is soiaeiliiiijf lo live up io lhe 'wp.via-  tions nised by sucli feamre aiben.Mii}-  us Hfisf-ivcn tl.e Cumbeiianil (ilecuieu  and.Mr. apd Mrs. Mi-iphy;. but ih.i c*:*.-  iluisi.'iiiic ciiimre lenoLUitinj- 'almo i to  mi ovation which was ���������.���������ivcn the Glce-  nicn's lirst number, "Coiiii-iiilei in  Arms;," convincingly ihowcd iii,,t i'.\|'Ci-  lalioiv-i !i,ni heen inoic ihim met. 'The  best I have .head in manv years, ' he  lini-bl since ! lull .Manclicst. r," .ire die  roiiuheiiis-en tie streets io-(lay---..nd  lhe Mmphys, both i.i their indi\idnal  work .mil in lhe cuniedieu.i, "A ll'ppy  P..ir," showed talent uf an order winch  hns been ran: indeed in Cu'inherl-md.  IS nil Mr, and Mrs, Mur-iliy are atcum-  p'l lud ,*i.**:oi**,-.nd v-c hope m hear ni'-ic  of these cs-'-i piionally lah tiled enteiMiJn*  ers. Mr. r,*iy|oi- ,n ,i himmiit is exce.ll.  i.-ir, and l;;'pi die I'uiilitiue in i-oar-i <<|  '.iiil'Mcr. Mr, 11 iviili-L-n in Kim! l.iau!  Seo'.ili nave, n ix-nilrt Ini* of "A lien pei:l ���������  ml I lebnr.d," ������Ii'l!i, v.lieti.r.r '.*ar.}; or  icrmr-n, sicenu-d to iind a p.ii'liailarl*.  iivnip tilu-tn; re,-,poii'���������e lioiiii'ie male i..u'l  ol tiie .mil erne, Mr. Minr.iy, conriij;  f r o in II c v a o, witn its fun-  oil' Mump", ;s peril .p* rxi'iiiatili.- for nai  si'.iiiini' ;i Mil up *i|K0.*li lo me.m 'i  ������������������pi'irli on snii'i|.-.. Ciiri..mlv In: should  In- \\c'I i|U .bli.-.l ior the I ilii r, \\'( i .t  diii.ly tt-ir,Hiiiil t.i hi-. *iii-h<'sIii*ii ihat  Cmu'it"i|.iml should ie. i,jir.i*a'e nub nu  neif'iibiTi**)' town iu tlie iiuilti'i' ol such  eii'.eii.iini.ii ni.-. M iv> .Spniiinn of I'cv  in. Ii.i.l nol bi-cn li-nnl bel'.'Mi: at ( u !.���������  Ii?ilmd and 'inadily cuptm-eil u*. wnli  In i 'ittt't'i ind | Ifi isiii;; ii-iidi'iin.: if  "Iiul Vi'ii F.i 11' .-lit iind Diea.'n?'1  M.-. J ll. Mc.MilIni i:s well lovi'Mi ia  Cllilli'f'ib'ind as n *. lOlini-' of vn-v i-.   ������������������ ���������  l.un.il .-ilnhtv, a mI his  uitcriiivt.ui'iii d  .���������,,',e(j.u_;iiiii,uu    wa* .m cMtiilbiil rn ���������  At 7')���������: i t' tliij cl.is.ii.,  Mi*. My**!"** in l������-*r ���������-ir;,,i*"*.,' o( 'I ������ ''.' '' \it'  ;; ivis a tasic of the In;,-,ther whi.-h  i.  ..I-  wfi'/s apiii-f.'i.itcd lu- ''miilicrl.'ind am'ifi-,  , <t-     Mi.     J.in.     i* .'-���������  * il M i'mx-I Lveii their u 11..I ,*i.n.l '-.yli'  ii.nl .iiv i;i<-*viii'- in popid intv vdiii < ;o..  Iifrl.iiid iiiniicni.. *,. Mi*.-. ,\l, P.i.* we  ali I;no.! h,ii> it veil ������ of v.-i ,' i-m < ���������*" -n A  ������)'.! di:v, .ind we tto.O.l p:.)'>!i���������*.-. Ih 1' i ���������������������������  net .'iii.li-,:r.(.i:s -.muiIi! In-u* lier ir. :lf   I ���������  nut. Miss   Hate.   Mr.   Kirk ham;  Mr. Spears.  .' The inenibership . fee   is   $r,  with a "monthly  subscription   nf  35,cents.,    This may be paid ioi'!a nicu savory roast i!(ir dinner, blithe treasurer or at ^Irs- Jack's  lore.    It has. been   impossible  There are some peoplo in this  world who seem 'tu livo for no otli  "er purpo.-e than, for ..doing .some-  ihiug low, mean andcouteniptahle.  On, last Saturday Mr.'Thos.Lewis  was presented .by somo frieud with  a_choictiJeiT_aL-voii-isou-; ho-plaeod.  it in a s.-u'k and Initio it' up high  in the collar so as the dogs eOul I  not get at it. OnSanday he went to  get  it, looking forward to having  Mr.   and Mrs,   Harry. 1'rceeli,'  Mrs  James Stewart, and Mr,- iler-  *>  by  Stewart,  arrived   home  fr.om*  a two-weeks visit- to.  Victoria ' on  Thursday last.''   -,  UlRTll-r-At Cnuilki-lamOi)-  Thnr?day. November liJtli.-to.iho���������  wife of   Mr.   J oh i'i   "Wc-ulicld, a  tiOU.  for llie officers to reach . all the  .i.usical talent in Cumberland,  and those wishing to join will  I lease attend this first meeting, imd give their names lo the  c )udt|.cior, also those whoattend-  ed the inaugural meeting who  did not sign up,  (Joudon Daki.ikg,  Secret a I'y-Ticasurcr.   ��������� ������   Air. S. M, Grant, of Ibv/.A-  Ion, succ-cuis Mr. A. T Stijpheii-  son as provincial' police con-  -table here.  A number of loggers were laid  oil in Comox district last week.  ]\lrs James Stewart will be "at  honi" the .second Wednesday of  each month.   .  ..+-.-������-.-*���������  Mr. S. M. C'recU'i, of Comox,  i.'i in town, ami -is ihe guest ol  his uncle, Mr. 11. Creech,  Mr. KiTfl Kiehard'-o'.i, rcpt'o-  s-jutiiijj- The Ames, Ifolden Yo ,  of Vancouver, ������a*! in town this  week.  to' his surprise found that the  meat had disappeared..' Evidently  it had .been stolon iu the night  by si-mo miserable wretch, who  has no consideration for anyone  but their own selves. It would  havo beeu bad enough to steal  from a person who .could afferd i.i,  but taking from people who are  not blessed with an ovor abundance of ihu good things of ihis  world, why, we think it wns a  dirly, low-down tr>.k, who ever  did il.  AV hnt wns Ihe reason Mint the  gentleman who look the character  of tho Irish mnn nt tho Union  innsrjucrado   wns not   awarded   a  pri/.ii  our ciMiiiinlioii, nud it  is lho opinion of 11 lnrgo number  who wuru* spectators us well,   Mint  he was llie  lie>*l elm meter   in  the  hall ; he never lost, a iir-inciit,  ho  wns eoiiiiiiuiiily on llie  go 1111111.-*  iug   lho   r.iidieiicu   and   keeping  tliein   in ruin's of  hmglili'i*.   one  iiii'uiu'iil    swinging hh   shilbdnb,  then playing 11 Mine ou an improv  isi-il vinii'n    mndo mil  nl a  sonp  hnN, and I lieu duncine- 11 \[t  stis  tainiii''   himself   right   up to   lhe  lime of tin* pritt'c-i hi lug awarded.  Tlie contractor, a Mr. Mr Don-  aid,' who.,built.St. George's Presbyterian church, was ��������� iu* lo>w;  this week,  ��������� Airs.Johnson, who formerly  ran a laundry near the old .sawmill, was arrested hist we.uk for  keeping a "blind pig." She  was released on bail, -oidwill bo  brought up for trial  im  Friday.  Dr. Kerr,   denti**!,   is ut   tlio,,  Cuinberlaiid Hotel for one week, -  -<6>-  Miss f-hemie 11 ay man is make*  iny a grand try lor ouo of the  Sun's best prizes. She is among  ihe top-u'Jiehers. Keep tit it  '���������Aunty," and vou wiil laud it  Chief Constable Stephens, m,  who has b-jen in town fur a i'ew  tlay.o, returned to Nanaimo by  Sui.day's boat.  ' Tho   Canadian   Colliery Co'.-i  sawmill nt jNTo. !3 mine   was   dii-  ou   Thursday  stroyed   by    fire  morning   la-'t.    The    lo.-s   was  heavy,  1  1-OR    SALIC  -A    Kooleuay  l-\.in|.������e, only iwo  yc.m   iu   u-e, ���������  also a new  ''oal   llen'cr.   I'x'vc  for  both   $3,100     AprV   H-i-  nfliee.  : py$^*W$k \>if$W$p$  V  ,1-  ll'*'',l   T'  I  i.'e  \fi-  "amviuu aim \tf. k  <'   Hi  nro uni' we to .1 ��������� ..(������������������  V   Ui ill J t'.ll.iV.ll nil    n!  , . ,,1    I 'I'l'-li' ' nt orn   ti* i'*. 'i*,:  "'     i 'ion   I-' tlir������   .-..   !,,.-.,. ��������� ;  '1*011 ** j di���������l al.i'in J'l i-i wi-i.- ih*  ".; A A 1 ' , ���������   ���������;.. I.',.1  ,   ���������  \',\,  'H'.'i*. ������-.'i r.'i 11 ci.-i!,i' ���������  :���������  -,-. M  lif-r i>l siiroi it  r"|i,*i' iiieiu :.!s  ''        ';   '.'.*   ' ..'-ii,'   *' I-  *.  I  li 11. * .*n. '-',-*    '������������������  1 1.  ���������.;���������'  .'������������������;-  * ;,ii  :'.n  ui  1 .1 i  YfMk-j  xAnm\  W"?"i  Br vr  ��������� ������ ; Vr.. iv  ''4l*ii  X*rfi@ -!  .   j-***** r**������������r r *-**  tt $  h h"< ?,m^ 1W.  ' OJMLiY  20 PER CENT.  DISOOUKT'  OX'T MEM'S  ZZi&IajJZ-'XO-  yv hi.>.'*..&  fif nt'rrx-Tr^Tr*  K..'X.ik> x ji.. xjx \^.r.  fr.hlA^'YMA.lMUS JtKt J \. ���������^J'^urirt[<.ki7tifj-!','j  Wipn-  . * **"���������** ��������� *������������*v ^  f**"**m^~*S ������-**���������****  si  ^J-lf.K'l  mWMi1  r~ 'r ������������������**-> -.  mYi ~v  ;*>;  ���������THE NEWS, CtJMBERtANJD. B. C  t  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punshon  Ward, Lock A Co, Urn'MI  London, Melbourne A Toronto-  (Contlnued)  (.'IIAPTKR XXI  The  House or the Downs Once More  Like one in a state of coniii, Joan  accepted without protest nil that happened now that she had yielded her  will to Kdward Thorold's.  Exhausted physically by iho strain  ol long watching, .menially by the  shook and grief of'losing her mother,  Joan placed her hand in his and lot  him lead her whither he would. It  had been her mother's, last wish, almost her last words had entreated  Joan to Hy at once and consent to an  immediate marriage, and thi felt that  she-was doing ns her motber had  wished. Moreover, already she had  seen her father looking a.t lier doubt-  hilly and in a manner that to her  seemed sinister and full of threat, ancl  she, experienced an intense'relief, to  feel that there "va1 some one who  only asked that she should give him  a right to protect her against all the  world.  Of the ceremony that made her *.  ��������� wife she remembered and understood  but little. There had been a murmur  of words, and sometimes it. had been,  it seemed,* necessary for her to pronounce certain sentences the meaning  of which could not penetrate, her num-  " bed and desolate mind. A pen. had  been put 'into her hand, and .an old  gentleman with a long grey beard  and kind eyes had told her. to sign  her name somewhere, and he had told  her this would be the last time she  would ever write Joan Durand. Moreover, on her left hand now shone a  plain gold ring that sometimes she  touched furtively to make .certain It  was real, and that somehow she vaguely understood was in some sort an  introduction lo a new life.  But what strengthened and upheld  her through all these happenings was  the sense that Edward Thorold was  by her side, guiding, compelling, and  directing her; and it was sweet to her  to feel that in this sad and bewildering moment of her life she could resign , herself Into'"*his strong hands.  To her all that happened from the  moment  of  leaving-Jcrmyn  Gardens  was^ like a cloudy mist in whicli the  one'thing she saw clearly was the face i  of. Edward Thorold with feverish eyes j  _aiid_set stera.. mouth,  and  the  one'  ���������thing she felt was the impetuous force  of his will,  the swift  torrent of Ins  passion that swept her as it were bod-  ��������� ily away.  At the door when Ihey came out together, Thorold's motor-car was waiting for them. Without, asking where  They were going, Joan entered the car  and Thorold took his seat by her side,  They started, and gradually the rush  of the keen, cold air upon' her face  began to rouse Joan from her suite of  passive yielding to the force that hitherto had hurried hor ou a;* irrostibly  as now this great throbbing machine  was hurrying them onwards, bearing  ���������them onwards, away from the roar of  .London traffic and the warm-lighted  streets out to tho silent counto beyond, to lhe cold and dark fields,  the chang'o from life and death..  Are we not voing veiy fast?  nsked.  Yes, hut not, fast enough, he said,  nnd touched lightly a handle in front  of him.  The hugo machine lonpo'. lo that  light touch as the storm to tho nun-  TPi-ed word of a wizard. Ily n hair's  breadth they missed tht* oil! wheel of  a cart upon which (hey seemed nl-  uiosl to spring with Uie incronso of  I heir sliced.  Oh, wo are going 100 fns-i, she ns-  i-lalmed fearfully.  For all Answer ho loaned sideways  and  kissed  hor  cheeks  with  lips  \i  iRlSIDENT  SUSPENDER  77,7y$4:dti������YSbYB:AS Y-[ ��������� -���������'.  like  she  [ ON FACE  Sores Spread Until Face Was Cov-  ,   cred.   So Itchy Could Not Resist  Scratching,   Cured Entirely in  About Two Wcoks by Cuticura  Soap and Ointment,  "������������������ ' ���������  Plnrlmn, Oiiiarlo,���������"My troublo slni'lcd  T.llh roi'PH Iiit'iI'I'ik out ou tlio fiu'c, Thny  'camo lis plmplr** nnd wero iiiihIkIiII.v. Tlie'-o  pori"! woniort to keep riiiniillni; uni 11 my  faco wns covoi-cd. Thry uni'ii ho Itchy Hint  nt times f could not ivulst iicrnii'lilni* thom.  Aftur trylnii livo or Hiiro (llirrrrnt, pMvm  which did not. ninp tho roi'ch lii'fiilclnr* nut, I  tried ft ciiUo nf Cutli-iira Soap tilM) Cuticura  Ointment. I round tlmt thoy cureil mo  (���������ntlrely of lho M-rot* In aliout two weelw."  (hUmicd) l-'i-oil li, Meyer, Feb. 12, J Oil?.  LEGS MIRNEn AND ITCHED  fifinrli Writ. V. Y��������� Wruiil - "My llliln  p.lrl, nmiil four yours, wiih troiililcil Willi tv  -mlnfiil nub on her Ini**-, Jt hitKim In ft  dry rash very Imt nml llchy miA nftcr t\  fow iluyn it Jiml.eii liko lit ilo pimple*- with  n whlto top on Uiem.   Her lci*n burned mul  f-. '     I v.--v *'*"',u *',1,l 'I". *  V'������ri- ri������i'tlr.������.ii  mid won nM ('rn, 1 nud fretful. Mini used  to pcratch nnd mnUi. novel when I wm nob  Walclilni" lier- 1 ���������������������������"��������� '" ���������������������������'avo ���������K>r Mo'-'kl''*?*  olt hor at thoy wmil'l Irrlt.ito hnr Iri?-.  I uicil lo bat ho her Ic-h with warm wntcr  and ubo Uio Cuticura Soap freely, thcii dry  *���������������������������*- lent nnd nil) on tho Cuileurn OliKment  and sho win cured In on" "m-A," i;-li*m;*l)  >lr������. 1������. J. Mnllnlly, Auk. l, loii.  ��������� <;uVli;uni!ioU|iaiulOutl.-iir,in|iit..ir:1i nr-*  Mid by (IriuwlHts imd At-ulcm nveiywlierc.  For n llliorul freo r.nni,*lo of oucli, wlili :i2.p.  iHioW.wmlirtfctcanl to Voiler PriiKiirUna,  Corp.. l)oi>t> ttlHi Boston, 17.11. A.  W. N. U. 968  cold that she shivered at their touch.  It seemed to her that he increased  the speed still more. She was certain that a policeman had waved and  shouted' at them, but Thorold took rid  notice. She did .not think he had  even seen the man.  On and ever on ihey swept, devouring the miles as the teeth of the starving tear at unexpected food. Behind  them huge London stretched, Its miles  of roaring Irallic under the pall of its  own dust and smoke, like life beneath  tho pall of its own mistakes; in front  of them lay the tjuiet country under  the peaceful evening sky, like death  beneath the veil of its own. quiet mystery, .loan became awaro of an impression thai they were-standing still  while the long, white road slipped  away beneath them, like' a huge ribbon diawn in by a .wonderful hand  round some ureal, spool of eternity.  Something of the passion 'of this  speed seized upon her, and her numbed,-and weary mind began to recover  its tone., It seemed to her there was  something not human in this wild  speed they liad attained. It was as  though at last man were lord of space  and had conquered' even time itself.  For how to thom hatl'any,-longer either time or space a meaning wheiv-at a  moment they were here and at a mo-  nur.i'l more but a moving dot far down  Hie long, white road?    -  Joan, for almost the first, time that  ik*y, turned and looked closely at the  face of the man by. her side. The  pission and the tumult had-gone from  it now and it seemed like an embodied  watchfulness, the keen*; eyes never  wa'voring as they gazed'straight ahead  and the firm hands thai "clasped the  sle'.iIi.o wheel nover trembling llioiii*.''  doath were cheated but by the qua-'1, ir  iv.ch.  Edward, she breathed onco, but he  made her no answer���������perhaps he did  not hoar her.  Still down the road they rushed with  increasing speed, and never' a mile  thev passed but tbey plucked at ihe  very beard of death. Up hills they  fled and left them far behind; down  hills they bounded with unslackened  speed. ..Through villages they rushed  and busy little country (owns, tlieir  hoarse *horn clamoring for free way,  and along deserted roads where qnly  the wkle-eycd cows wondered at their  speed.-- At corners) they balanced on  two wheelis sometimes, and yet wonderfully preserved their balance; and  far ahead startled, carters were hardly  aware of them before with a rush and  clatter���������th ey���������w_ej-e_oi*_theni^nd_PjLst^  More than" one police constable, red  with anger at such outrageous driving  hurried to report to his superiors;  and more than one telegram \v,enl  speeding on the wires to warn that a  lookout should be kept for them. But  the bewildered country officials might  as well have tried lo stop a thunderbolt as Thorold drl.ing'liis huge car  this night. Why it -Was no accident  occurred, Thorold marvelled no less  than any cne else.  Motion is life, and all things flow,  so wrote tho old Greek of long ago,  hardly aware that while still the earth  was young ho had touched the world's  prime secret, Motion Is life and life  is all, and motion was here, most wonderful as the four throbbing cylinders  working without fault, drove the car  endlessly on. With a kind of awe  Joan looked again at the man by her  side who, for his service had imprisoned Nature's profoun:lest secret and  without understanding 11 yot forced  it to obey liim. His face was strong  and stern as became Unit of a Master  of Motion, and then Joan remembered  lhat now be was her master, too!  Slowly Joan lifted her lef. hand and  looked at. ir. A ring shono thero, a  ring that hud only been placed there  Una .'cry day.  She looked tit, it with attention, ancl  Mho folt vaguely that, he by hor side,  who It seemed thought, only of speed,  should this day at. least have had othor thoughts as well. She wrinkled her  brows rollectivcly iuul Uio chill wind  pioi-ood hor to tho heart like a sword.  Sho found hci'seir shivering wllh onltl,  ami it seemed to hor that ho passed  from her Into another world Into  which sho could not follow hlni and  from whicli theroforo sho wished lo  recall hlni. She hold up lior loft  hand on which II Hoemeil to her the  ring shono morn brightly than tho  Btui'H, Iml If ho biiw lie took no noiici-.  Kdwfird, sho cullod to him, putting  lur lips clone lo his our so Unit In*  was forced to hood her, Kdward,  whero aro you taking nn'? Udwunl  you promlHi'il lu Inko mo back to my  nio! hor.  I i-iMiiciiiboi-, 1 ronioiiibi'i', he unswoi-  oft. you shall Join your mot her soon.  IWwiml, Hho whl.spori-d, I'Mwiinl, 1  nm nfrulil.  Of what, ho nuked. Of deiilh'.' Hut  (lentil and you Hluiiild lio old friend*-.  Kdward, hIiv Hiitrt nm'(i more, whoro  uro wc going'.' KdwiiMl, whore are  you taking mo?  II nvo putloiico, he iuuiwored, have  piitlonco���������l'or this, you know, Is our  wedding ulglil.  She did nol hpuh]- again, for the  ruHh of Uio wind wnn too gronl. for ln-r,  bearing hor   down   with   Intol.-rublo  j.|....-.r.'i.i,  li ..i'li.o  ill   hi'.'  "'Aft'.'  'V  'Am  -.���������pnl'i*- iliom, bo Hint nho hardly knew  If Thorold hoard hor.  Sho orouelmil down io avoid it, ami  sho wan aware Unit a great four luul  fume upon hor, ami her heni't cried mil  to hor ihad mother.   Hho fell terribly  ... .. ., .  ,  1,      ���������   |1,.,|   .'lio  was dead, and thai beeatiHo ''ho Imd  sinned It  wuh her punliiliniont to bo  driven thus for over, round and round  the world. Imprisoned in Uie v I owl'-us  wliiilo.     Ah tbe croiK-hed kIio glanced  upward and huw Tliorold'H faco, nnd  . there wit* ,t look upon 1: thiii mado her  jihltik of hor mother'H afte.  she was  lil-ail.     Yot lier   mother'H   fiico   hud  ln-en   eiilrii   and   pcacenil.   clillo   bin  wat torn and /-trained   by   oiiimlmifl  and a puipoFo   filio   could   not   even  1,'iiohh nt.     Yet  was there novertho.  leu ii likoncHH between llicin.  She k������ upright und laid lior bund  ' in on his- 1-not'H.  . Where are you going? she cr^d,  raising her voice to make him hear  above the clattering of their progress  find the rush of the wind they made.  But again he made her no answer,  *nd her fear possessed her so that she  dared not. speak again. Below them  at the bottom of a steep descent, a  narrow stone bridge crossed a stream  at a sharp turn of the road. To take  this bridge at their present rate seemed certain death, but Thorold slackened not his speed at all, and they  plunged and swerved and darted between the two .stone parapets, and  came safe to the clear road beyond.  With an air of great astonishment,  Jl'liorold slowed down a little, and  glancing back over his shoulder seemed to survey the hill and the bridge  they had crossed with an incredulous  surprise. ��������� He slackened speed still  more; and from the peril they liad  escaped looked down at the crouching  woman at his side who with bent head,  and closed eyes seemed to pray.  Ah, well, he said. ih?n it seems that,  what must be done, must be donei  and there is no escape, And after  that he drove more carefully and more  reasonably.  .loan felt the slackening of thoi  speed, and presently raised her head  and looked about her. Tho country  through which they were now passing  was very pleasanl,-'-s6ft aiid* gentle in  the gathering twilight, but to her it  seemed charged with unimaginable  horrors. Behind each tree, each  shrub, each,ditch they passed, for her  REMEMBER! The ointment  you put on your child's skin gets  into the system just as surely aa  food the child eats. Don't let  impure fats and mineral coloring.  matter (such as many of the  cheap ointments contain) get  into your child's blood !< '-Jani-  Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.  {50c. Box at All Druggists end Stores'.  AUS*pjOr\!*LV*--:\^  'AM-BUK  T5r cHjipftiNs ao&gyr  Hunger Hooliganism In Russia  One of the results of the oppressive  laws and backward conditions in Russia generally today is the appearance  during the past year or two, of. hunger hooliganism. Assaults, depredations on property,* robberies and similar crimes are' of daily occurrence,  and the* police'are .apparently indifferent. The situation has become -so  serious that Maklakow, minister of the  ,   ,   ,       , , x , ,    ,      .,    . interior, recently called a   conference  L111^1,^^'^11 ,terr01s:.-ai\d-J������_ h_cT���������ti}? 1='-^ governors and other   high   government olllcials   to   consider   measures  gathering darkness was but a pall to  hide still worse things.' She spoke  not a word, but tried to think of-God;  and when at last they stopped, she  did even look up for she know n.-w  very well where it was that they had  come,  Ah, she breathed softly, * all, but  why���������why���������why is it that' you have  brought me here?  Without answering, Thorold got softly to the ground and looked up at the  house to which when ho had come  before it bad been to And that tragedy wherein since his life had been  drowned and overwhelmed.  And you, he said, turning to look at,  Joan, and you were there all the time  ���������you wore hidden there ali the time  ���������when I���������  She bowed her head lower, bul she  made no" answer.  lie took from his pocket a photograph, and laid it before her,.so that  she, was forced to see it. .*  Do you kifow who that is? be asked  quietly.  Why/ she cried, starting with- fresh  fear.     Why���������who is it, then?      , ���������   .  I see you know*, he answered.   .   ,  But tell me, she insisted- ' Tell me-^-  My brother, he answered. .Then  he touched her on the shoulder. My  wife, -he said.  (To   be  Continued) ������  against the evil,   lt   was   decided   to  r, Pe99ing Aaway   -        ..    -  Men    seldom    mount ..at a    single  -bound,  To the ladder's very' top;  They must slowly climb it, round by  round. "  With many a skirt and stop.  And the winner is sure to be the man  -  Who labors day by day,  For  the  world  has  found- tbat the  safest plan  Is to keep on pegging away.  You have read, of course, about' Uie  hare    ,'     **  And.the tortoise���������the tale isold-c-  How they ran a race���������it counts uot  whore���������  And the tortoise Avon, wero told.  The hare was sure he had time to  jiause.'  And to browse about and play,  So the tortoise won the race because  Ho just kept pegging aw.ay.  A little   toll and a little  'rest,.-  And -a little  more is earned  than  spent,  Is sure to bring to ���������n honest breast  A blessing of gliid content.  And "so. though skies may frown and  anile,   , '  Bl- .ui.gent day by day;  Reward shall greet you afte.- a while  If you just Keep .pegging away.  ���������JN'ixon Waterman.  If-Mille.-'s Worm Powders heeded the  support of testimonials-they could be'  got by the thousands from mothers  who know the great virtue of this excellent medicine-* ' But thi powders  will -peak for themselves and. in such  ������������������ Yhey-Hust���������-r'assingers; i^-^-  *'In the land of the Rising Suu there  are no specified rutes ancl regulations  in regard to managing street cars, and  the result is that the conductors do  practically as they .please with ' the  internal management of the vehicles. ���������  To effect reforms in this connection!  .a crusade has been skirted.,in .Japan���������  which is every day gathering in numbers and in importance. It 1 declared  that the conductors ought to be forbi-1-i  den to push passengers into the cars'  by sheer force.        . '  When a car is full, lt is full and!  there is no way to get in.., it except  by being rude to those occupying it.'  Now, if the conductor is honestly con-'  vinced that'there is room for an- extra  passenger in the crowded car,-he ought  himself to be compelled to find a place  for you before ordering you to enter;  But this does not bother him in theJ  least. He simply tolls you that ycu  must go Jn, and compels,you to make  room for himself.   ,  In the circumstances, tho only thing  to be done is to leav ��������� the car and  take another, but in this case tho conductor will not return your ticket, so  that you will be practically obliged  lo pay double fare,  Another ground of complaint Is that  |c.inductors sometimes refuse or neglect  io stop at the placo your ticket, is  marked for, and thin you nro carried  several hundred yards out of your  wn ,v,  GROWING STRONGER  Apparently With  Advancing Age  "At the age of r>0 years I collapsed  from exdjaslvo coffeo drinking," writes  a Western num.    Toa is just ns injur  An  lde:l  Inspires  Desire  ���������It was-some time agj that-the highest and truest of ideals cr the human  race -were started.  This is perhaps connected with Jthe  fact that much of our best safeguard-  ing comes from nature. For -instance  Urei'itfciEly-a~woman, even ofTulPnaJF  ural instincts, has.no special .desire  for progeny. .Then a strong love  comes, and to what was only a vague  general idea before, that she naturally vyould have childrpn, is added a  real longing, an intense imagining of  how pleasant a little creature would  be,, ahd of what a sole...n and joyful  possession it would be together. Desire's grow when the ideal surroundings are prepared. Nature ..akes care  Oi us. She is often careless, but  judge'by her best, and wonderful is  she in harmony and depth.  ot them. .They act speedily and thoroughly, and the cliilu to whom thoy  are administered will show improvement from the first dose.  give the governors special powui's to|a way lhat there can be no uuestion  deal with the hooligan's summarily  without trial. .- This measure proved  to the liking of the provincial autocrats  and, they applied it so vigorously that,  the minister was compelled to advise  them to use their power with more discrimination. But Russian hooliganism has it causes far deeper than  such measures go. It is no doubt  mainly due to the dire poverty of the  people and to alcoholism, which Is  one of the largest sources of income  to the government. .Last year there  was realized from the sale of alcoholic drinks���������which is a government.monopoly in Russia���������more than 800,000,-  000 -rouble's ($400,000,000). "Minister  Maklakov, with an anifczing frankness  finds that the severe climate of Russia makes alcohol a vital necessity  to the masses���������nu. a very statesmanlike point of view, as westerners  would consider it.���������The Progress of  the World, in the American Review  of Reviews for September.  .  . It was a warm, radiant summer  morning; tho birds were singing  sweetly, the flowers and dewy grass  shimmered iiuthe sparkling sunlight,  and there, in the park, Robert Peeler���������a. very junior officer���������was doing  his utmost to make a favorable impression on the pretty nursemaid,  whilst the hitter's small charge busily  chased elusive butterflies.  Ah, sighed the dashing Robert; I  wish you were my governess!  So do I, replied ,the girl.  Hope sprar ; Into,'" Robert's heart.  And what would you.do with me? he  asked.  Stop you smoking cigarettes and  get your*.hair cut, to say, nothing of  punishing'you for talking nonsense  during school hours.  An ObSwrvIng Parrot  What, a fine parrot you have!  -Harold to the young woman on  whom he was callug. How is he on  Imitating?  Great, said the hostess, He can  imitate  almost  anything.  Over at Smltl.'R continue*; Harold,  ���������,lhoy have a bird that can imitate a  kiss to perfection. Can your bird  do thai?  No, Indeed, answered Mabel indignantly. Parrot- can only imitate,  and' it Is not, likely lhat our bird  would repeat a sound that It is not  accustomed to hoar.  Then Polly; speke.  Don't Will; don't denr, it said. Wait  until, I lake tliii! wretched bird out  of lho roc l.  rv.lnard'a LlnlmCht Relieves NcuralgKi  Postponed Bliss  They had just been married, that  was plain to.be seen. They .'������������������.-.relied  up the railway platform as if it were  a church., aisle. They :ia:J already  pee"p'eTi���������i"n~iraif"Tv**Tlozen~c,^,ria"ges~ot  the train, but they were all full up.  The guard blew his whistle! and tho  young man made a dash for the  nearest compartment.   .  Do you think we could sq^eezo - -  bore, jlarli.ig'. he cried.  She blushed, and bashfully pulled  him-back. Oh, Harold, she .whispered, don't you think we had belter  wait until wo.get home?  A Difference  Fo eman���������What's your nac.e *  ' Lr.borer���������Simpson,   sir   -  Fo'-eman���������Woll, Simpson, bring  along.; those plates and that crane  over here.'  Laborer���������Excuso me, sir, 1 said my  nanu was Simpson, not Samson.  ,. Attendant���������Beaut:hil sight, mum!  Old Lady���������1 ain't 'thinking about the  eight. It reminds me that I've left, the  kitchen tap running '  Warts will 'render the prettiest  hands unsightly. Clour tho excrescences away by using Holloway's Corn  Cure, which nets thoroughly and pain-  lessly.     ,.  In the s.-im-i Channels'  Isn't It astonishing to note tho coincidence of great minds���������when tho  noon whistle blown?  ���������i   ���������   i*let and Nntlonalll;'  ���������Vitiong modorn  put Ions tho great-  ���������*       ���������������---.     tu    J HI J W    |l|)    4WJH* * * I14V.I ���������.l'-,        HIWMWIII '   UUUlin Hi VI        (-)*  W1I.W  mis, because it, contains cal.'olno, the'est  ml ers are the British, Uorma.i!*,  same drug found in coffee. "For four  years I shambled about with tho aid  uf urutuht's or euno, moat,of tlio linio  unable to dross myself without help,  "My feel, wore greatly hwoIIoii. my  right arm was shrunken und twisted  Inward, tho llngern of my right hand  woro ''lonche-d nnd could not, bo extended oxcopc with great effort nnd  pain. Nothing net.'iiiod to glvo nio  more Hum  temporary relief.  "Now, during nil this llmo and for  about HO your;) previously, 1 drnnlf  dally an nvonigo of t) cups of Htrong  cofl'i'o���������rarely nilimlng n meal.  "My wife at last took my ciibo Into  hot* wn haiuh* and bought polio Postum. Sho nindo. It according to directions and I lilted it fully au well ns  tho beat hlgli-gnulo coffeo,  "Improvement sol In at onco, In  about (I month*- I began (o work a  little, and In loss than n yonr I wnn  very much bettor, Iniprovlnj; rapidly  '...A';. A'..'- y <'���������������-'. 1 .'.'���������-.' ,J.".." 11 I';-.' 11*  for honlfli thnn mn.it men nf ii-v'yvir*-  and apparently growing stronger with  advniK-iiig age.  "1 am lnn-.y every day nt some kind  of work nnd nm able to keep up with  Uio prnoonnlon without a mmn. The  .���������::���������':'. .-." I hrr.-l ���������!:.������������������ iv< :���������-* or.-, .:!:,:���������<���������'  uhoU'Sh^ now koop far alien.. In rapidity of movement and beauty of pen-  nnni'lilp."  Nnmo glvf i by Cnnndlnn Pnolum  Co,, Windnor, Out. Wrlto for copy  of the llltlo l:ool(, "The Iload u Well-  ville."  Postum comes in two fin ins:  Regular PoBtum���������must be well boll,  e.l.  Instant Pontum Is n flolublr* powder,  A tenspnonful dlt-Rolvi-n ('iilrkly in n  cup of hot water and with tho addition  of cream and BUR.ir, iimki-9 a ik'llcioitH  ])AVi*raKo IniiUnlly.  TIuto's a reason" for Postum,  French, and Ainorlcnn������--tho ruling  pooplo of our civilization. The diet  of thu SpiinliirdH und the Italians Ih  notably less BUbHtantlal than Unit of  iho British nnd (loriimiip, just ns tholr  bralim an. lens active and original,  Hays Uio 'Family Doctor,' The Americans are on the nvei'itgo tlio greatest mi lorn in t lio world said Curlylo to  'Him-rnon. The liOHt, thing I know of  ihnl country Is thut In it **, mini win  havo niont for his labor.  Her Age  The, maiden lady of inicertnin ago,  becamo very indignant when tho census tnloor asked her ago.  Did you seo tho glrla noxt door,  "sin asked, tho HIU twins?  Certainly, replied the cenauj- man.  And did they toll you their age?  Vos.  Well, she snapped as rIk fjlmt tho  door ln IiIh face. 1 am just aB old  as they aro!  Oh, very well, sal's tho census man  to hlniM?ll'. and ho wrote'do wi; In tho  boolc������������������ Jano Johnson--as old as the  Hills.  ToHfi���������Oil, no! Tom, dear you must  not ask pnpn tonight. Ho lout n wliol-i  lot of money In stocks today. Tom���������  Jiiut tho right timo, then. Ho, won't  have norvo enough to I- cturo nio nbout  tlio onvo of money,  Mlnr-rd'a Liniment Cureo Burns, Eto.  Piipn how of Ion havo I told you not  lo nay I hoi'H you.  Now you look a-herc Maggie interrupted tlio old man laying down lils  knife nnd fork* maybe you will niako  your livln* by good grninintu'iuid higher education, but your nm uud mo,  wc re jest obliged to lake In summer  lOiinloi'B, an' thoy dcmuiid Ut' dialect  ii ti i y p.ty our i.Uv-u. ao ������������������ihat. 1 bay  frff;, ver, whe-thfr rlic'r 'jrnmmntlc or  not.  Edllh-  l-it.ft nu.  I do?  Mario-  Advice  -I am always nfrtild .Tuck will  If lm (lnoR w'.intnvpv u'mll  MlBtroRB���������Mary, how Is il, that 1  soo yon hnvo boon treating your  friends to my on lio nnd fruit, Mary���������  I can't tell, niii'iiiii, for the lotto of me,  for 1 Thought I covered tho keyhole.  He���������(facotlounly)���������It Ih too hoi, to  propone,  She���������Not to propose nn Ico-cronin  or nn automobile rldo.  ���������  Most, people would be  benefited -by tbe occasional use of  Na-Dru-Co Laxatives  Gently, thoroughly, and  without discomfort, they free  lhe system of the waste  which'poisotis the blood aiid  lowers the vitality. 25c, a  box, at your Druggist's.    ������-  National Drus snd Chemical Co.  of Cnnnda, Limited. -   176  V  ll  .?,  SOtlO GOLD WATCH Bll  ,\rofi/i ���������'  GREAT OFFER BY A RESPONSIBLE FIRM.  IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY.    ���������  To .-.->>* vcrs-l. v.ll" cam uipi-ly ll".' i"ta IM"'.- "I ll.".-1 wo  vcll-U.mit Caii.-������li.iii Towns, :m.l fullIK <. r.Iiiii.iis I-. tn������.  ,., o-ttr ....��������������� SIS ���������,.,������������������>���������*, SOLID COLD WATCH.  I'n������l:sli CtvrmiMtiil 1M11 pel. fi.l'y Jcm-IIci'. .-!>... 1'KEE  GIFT.   iSilver WalcUosare pi-.-ci-ie.lt. Ccms.1     ..  Send >our attempt on r filiect of paper,  together wllh' s(anipcd addressed cnvc-lppe  for reply to FELLOWS &. CO., 1 0. Gros-vcnor  Buildinci, Sleelhouse Lane. Birminclinni,  England. The winner is required to purcha-.e  a* Chain from us to wear with _ watch. 1 he  name ot this paper must be mentioned, f rize.  winners of last competition were I  >  Mrs.  Mrs.  ,*\. Gay, AmluJ :t, Nova Scotia, Can.  A.      Fowlow,   Trinity   East,   Nfld.  She Just Lef:  The. young rector of an Episcoral  Church 11 Alabama, an Englishman, by  the way, was asltei recently to officiate at tho wedding of a rcgro coupb  on a near-by plantation. ' Ho consented, but"' thought he wo.ild beforehand  learn something of tho(1 contracting  parties, so he eai.l to the, ..rospective ���������  groom: '    ' ���������   #1  Have you ever been married before?  Yes sir, said the negro.  The alacrity of the response put. a  crimp in the rector, so to speak, aid  lie asked with some uneasiness:  Your wife is dead, is she nol?  Naw. suh, wa: * the unexpected reply, she's in NOrf Ca'lina."'  Why did' she leave you? then asked  the rector.  I can't ezzaclly toll you, sah, nald  Hit. negro. ��������� Yuh see, I wns*' orway  fioi'i home at de time, un' I ain't becu  br.rl.- cl ere since.  t*7  "tt  Pure Apple  Jelly  added to Pure Jam  makes   a   delicious   conserva  Ask   for   Upton's  "Longest Telephone Cable  A 35-mllo cable for telephonic connections between VnncoiiV' iuul Vancouver Island has been received I'roi.i  England. It cost moro Uuv: ?100,000,-'  weighs CCO.000 :.omuls, and the - ox-  pense in laying was $20,000, - Cor.-  slderublo Customs duty wus i veil by  tho Canadian Government m charging duty on that part or tho cnblo  laid bolow low-wiuor mark. It. Is said  to bo the longest telephone oiilik* In  tho world, und Is laid at a doplli heretofore not attempted, much of tho  lino going two hundred ful horns deep  in tho Gulf of Georgia, ut oue plncp  boing l.Iliiil foot (loop. A ciible will  ho Mrctchod acros Sniinlc". iulot,  which will bring Victoria Int*. much  better connection wllh Vancouver ly  inouiiH of lho o:ililn just laid.���������t'<iiis"i-  lur KoportH,  Several liulioti wit nftcr n curd parly  a fow mnrnlngs ago dlHeiiFsIng the  virtue** of tholr IiiikIiiiikIb, Mr. Hliig-  Icuni, i-aiil ono of iliom, referring to  her lifo iiar'.nor, nover drlnkn iuul  novor Hwoai'H--liidoiHl lio htm no luul  habit h.  Does ho over Hiuoko? Homoono nailed. Yos; lui IH'-i-h a ol',ai' just afley  ho hau oiitoii a woA inoal. Hut. I  suppoHp, on nu Hvenig-o ho d(rnn'i.  smok'e more than onco ., uunilh.  Changed His Idea  I thought you didn't llko your Job'.'  1 thought bo, too, until 1 camo pretty noar loRlng It lho othor day.  i  I  -Pay lilm  back In his own  coin; goosey,  Motlior���������Dcn't fiHlc ho mnn; rj-neB-  lloiin. child.     url'ilty Idlltd tlio cat.  Wlillo���������What did tlio cat want to  know, ma?  Gun���������Tin- Id.-ii of Ida :*-i>liiR I had  moro money 1I1..11 brains!     Quito ,-i-  tllCUlOUB'.  Jack���������That'r no*  (iun--0f course.    Why,   1   haven't  gnt a conl.  JOPk-rWfH?  That Wonderful Event      i  iiiSMllItlliliPlilliliillllSllllim  IP TURRR In a time nhnvn all time-* wlira a  woman should lie In perfect physical condition  it ll tlie lime previous* to (he comlnc* ol her babe.  rjurlna lhl������ Period miny women miller from lie������J*clif,  ii������pl������m������j. p-lut o; virlou- dcucrlplloii, poor nppetltc,  and-liMt of other -illn-anU which ������l*ouli< ba eliminated lit  justice to Hit new Ilia about to be utheitJ Into tliii worl-J.  dr. hews FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION  It ��������� aelinlln* niedlelna carefully compounded by an experienced ami tklll'ul  phyilclan, and adapted to the need- and requirement* of woman'* delicate  -yitem. It liu been recommended for over forty yeare in a lemedy lor llioie  peculiar ������ Imenu which mike heir appearance durlntf l������* expectain" ,  period. Motherhood li made eailer by IU tue. Thomandi of women have  Brin benefited hy thi* treat medicine.  PO oi  Table'  Your dr-Jlflit can uipjply yen In liquid ar tablet form, or yeu can  11* unt *t������mpi for a tifal bux of Dr. ricircc't Favorite Pr-emlt  -lef*, to Dr. Pierce, at Invalid*' Hotel and Sur-jlnl Institute IH  -.... ������end  mlptloii  I'utfalo,  ��������� -  // Is your privlledge to write to Dt, Plerct for advice, and ll will br gladly  given In* of charge.   Of course all communications are confidential  "ll ft."  k  i*\'.' <���������  n*,  Is J- !'*  I'  V  LV  ,v  K '  if--- *  . ������\}  A**  "  Li\  "\%  NOTICE is hereby Riveu. Uiit appli-  Citien will bo made to ths Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor by wholesale upon  tU3pro'i'i������ea8itu.iti*.*d ou Lot 8, Block 15,  Cuiibailand Townaite, Cumberland, B. 0  fl UlALI MUSSAl*TO,Ap**lie*������it.  Dated this lss d*y ,f OotoLer 1913.  NOTICE is htrcby given thatou tbe Hr������t  day of Dija'iar , licit application will be  made to the Suporintendei.t of Provii.pial  Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of the hotel hoc-use to aell liquors by retail iu tne  hotel known aa the L-irno hotei, uituated at  Comox, B.O. , Gkohgk M. Eakmw  DitedOotober 1,1913. ,  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of November 191,**, application  will be made to llie Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  wholesale liqu ir license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson Dis'trici.  I'lLSENKR Brewing Company.  D.ttcd October ist, 1913  NOTICK ia hereby given that on the  first diy of December noxt applications-Mill  be made tn the Supo iutendut.t A Provincial Polioo, Vict-iria, fi.ra ivuewnl of the  h"tei i>cen*>e to sell liqu.ira by retail in  tho hotel known iti the Union hotel, situate ut Ufi.m. B.C.   John N. McLkod  Da.*.d the 1st day of "October, 1913  ' NOTICE ia hor. by i-iv-n that ou the  first day of P.oeiuUar next, applicator* will  ba mide to .he Snperiutdudeat of Provincial  Poliee, Victorkt, for the rauewal of the hotel iiceu������a to sell liQuors by retail iu lhe  hotel known as tho Uvt-rdde hovel, situvee  at Courtenay, B. 0. e O.-H. Fkchmeh  DOeJ lUootr 1, 1013.  NOTICK it- nereby given that oa the  first day of Duoenilx.r next application **ill  be made to the .Superintendent of Pr.vin-  oial Pohoa,' Viutorip, for the renewal of the  hotel lioanse to s.-ll liquor* hy tot&ilin tlie  - hot'l know- ns the VViloon howl, situated  at Ui-ioa. Hay B.C.  Ai.ritRD Kapkb Hobsk  Dated Cotolwt I, 1913.  NOTICE i.i hereby given hint on the  first day of December inxt application will  bo mndo to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, * Victoria, for the renownl of .the  hotol licon^to soil liquors hy retail tu the  ho-cl kno*n as tho Nelton hotel, situated  at (J nion Bay, B.C. Jonx Fiijujer.J  Datdd Ootober 1st, 1913.  7 THE .NEWS,   CUMPgRLAKD,   ^mSH   ?9^^5k  *r.sar**-J  TjM������V-jt!-*,1*!!'"*=fe|*)(������'5������!������.. I  Union Steamship Co. of B. C.  TIIE ^S. ;00 WIG UAN WILL SAIL ��������� AS UNI}J$R'    >  NANAIMODENMAN ISLAND-UNION B,VY-COMOX;ROUTE  Loavo Vancouver, Monday, at H p, m."   '    -* ,  'y  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p.,in. ,,.-  Arrive.Union Bay,' Tuesday.G a. in..."     Leave Tues        .   ������������������������.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in.     Leave Tuesday, 11 ft. in.  Leave Nanaim*- 6 p. in; Tuesday.   Arrive. Vaneouver N.30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive   Na naimo,   11.30 p. u;  Ariive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.ui. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice. Y  jEfc  ���������o . - * ��������� - fi,  DRINK  (���������)  Tlie purest and best IiEKR, and  made in Cumberland.  pi������ it    :.;;.,.  J.    N.   JDScLEOD      JP-r-aFEilETor.  English 4i BURTON always ou tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS-Anhenaer, Bohemian, Uulilta. &o. " OLD GREY BKAKD",  SCOTCH WHISKY. Boat Wines and Liquors of all kinds  The tfpardmg and Lodging Department, under the immediate super1 uteudenoe  will l>o i*iu..d First-class in orery rei������peot, *  .  ^,i-Li,^..ll..,u.���������umii)4-in-Ul......Li- l.ii������ii.-���������.u.u.jjuiim.t.jtoiM....MLi  ...u.i.11 m*  .'SHARES IN THE  Canadian Loan  ATEB,  'hA'^s^^L^yy.-^^zzi^rk  pL 00 per day  sw>"j-v,'.-!r*fe fw-JAXirtSt(���������>': ������������������  offer   you   a safe,and   sound    investment   with a  good .return on your money as Well as an enhanc-'  0 ed value, from now,on.  A Company with   No Prom )tio>-j Shares. .  ACcmpanywith      ���������;   <vi  fiscal agency.  1 ���������   * A Company   that will look solely to  the wellfare^  of its shareholders.     Shares are now selling at $i  *'    1. - ls)  for all   cash,,  or   on   the   easy   instalment   plan:  Call oi.'send fop a Prospectus to-day  The Courtenay Hotel  Evory coiivenierioe for gueats.  The Oontial Hotel for Sportomen  None, but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Hair.  HATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper Than. Most Dairy Feeds  VancouvcrMilling &6rain CompanyrBdr  Distributors     ���������   .NMS'AIMO, B. C.    ;  ���������8  ������  The   Mercantile  General   Agency,    Ltd.  Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile'Co*., Ltd* - ���������- y  m!M<wmwmri/mm  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOLDEN AT.  NANAIMO.  IN THE MAlTEKOtf.Guiaoppe  J, li, Continenzii, deceased, in  t.utnto,  lalo of   Ne.' 8   mine,  , near Cumberland B. 0,  ���������    ���������    '   AND  IN THE MATT IS It of'tlie "Official Administrators Act,"  TAKF NOTICE tlmt by ordor of ilis Honor Judge Marker,  Hind*) during tlio mouth ol; Nj-  vomber, IU 1 Ji, I was appointed  Administrator ol' the Estate of the  abovo mentioned deeeinjcd, and all  paities having elaims against the  said estate are hereby required to  furnish same,'properly verified, to J^  mo on or before the 20th day of  December 1013. AND all par-  tios indebted to said oh tutu, are ro-  (piircd to pay the amount of their  inlelitedno.s8 to mo forth wiih.  Dated this 18th day of Novom,  ber J������10.  W. Wksmiy Willaud,  Oilloial Administrator-,  Uiiinbei'lsiud, B. C.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you  than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  ������    . Head offices:  207, 20,8, 209 Union Bank Buildiug.^Coruer View aud Gov't,  Streets,  Victoria. B. C.  Eh.oue 3243 " Geo' Abbott, Mauagiiig Director.  "We Build Homes and Make Loans."  >i������������������������(9G������������������t^^  LIQU Oil ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE T������-horeb'V. p\er, that  on tho.lai duy of D-'cember next,  application will be, made lo ibo  Superintendent of. Proviiu-ial pol  oe for ft liceneo for lho pale of  liquor by wholesale in and upon'  tlio promisoR BiUaled in lho town  of Courtenay, IJ. 0, known nm*  vlcsciibcd us Lots 80 nnd 81, ?ec-  .ioii OL  Dnled tbifl I ith dny of Oo ol-cr  1013.  UNION mtEWING COMPANY  Lid.  John Mrtrocchi, MnnnRer  Appliennt  AUVKUTISS.MKNT.  ������^l*-ii������**������*i*lAM^  0. H TARBELL  NOTICK"  ?  jlil&il GRADE uu  2 A������> all KITCHEN I.UTENSILS  J Sportsmcns Goods  IniKi  General Hardware  v-v-***--**--**--^^  k* " ���������'"  ��������� " " m*a*m������^��������� -   tii 1 iih  Violin Strings. Talking machine needles uud Victor Records  for sale at tlu* News office.  Any person or persona, cutting,  romoviug or tnkin<.* any bKickn,  timber or wood, of any diwcriptiodn  )olon^in^ te the Wellington Colliery Co'y,, or from or off tho land  of lho eaid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any dcr-pHpthm  any where ������p</n lhe <wm|afi'j,.i  land will be prosecuted to tlio full  extent of tlio law.  \V. L. COULSOX,  CJonoral Manager,  Co Uiery Uo,y,  IN TH 10 COUNTY   COURT  OF  NANATMOIIOLDKN AT  (5UMHEULAN1)  IN   THE   MATTKn   of TliomfiP  Smiih, -ill-penned, inim-uiio. who  died in Kelson District en April  20th 1913.  AN'I)  IN THIS MATTE ll J of iho-'Onieinl  Adminietratorfl Act "  TAKE NOTICE'.ihnt by ordor  of Hiu Honor Judge HnrVer, mndo  tho B'h day of November 101MJ w*������tp  nppoinled udminifllrator'of lhe ID--  tn������(? nf ll*o nbr*ve montinnpil do  ceiiFnd, and all jmriies havir.-*  clnims ngnini't iho  eafd ppintc nro,  LIQUOlt ACT, 1010.  Section 42.  NOTICE in li-noby ^Ivon thai,  on lie liuday of Di'ccnilior next,  ;ipp!icfttion[->'ili bo mndo lo tin-'  SiipoMBJondeiH of Previnoltil M-  i������u for renewal of thn holfll Hcence  to hi'U liquor by retail in lho ho'o)  kw-wn a.-^ tne Malnfpiiiu Hoi������l.  -i imtenl Lund, in Ibo Provlnn-uf  Bii'.it-h Cn'u nbin.  Dnled thlu 8.h dny of-October,  1013,  Fit EI) THULIN  Applicant  D011H   foryet   to   pl.icc   your  licit order for printing with us,  NOTKH3.  Ridiug on locomolivoB and   rail  way cub of tho  Union  Colliery  Company by tiny person   or  persons���������except tftinorew*1-~i'.i strictly  prohibited,   Eroployeen  rre sub-  <(>r. to (fiHrninmil for allowinn ram-  By order  W. Iv,  COULSON,    .  Gcuernl Mannucr.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Heel Ion '12,  NOTICE i-^ heii'by given AiM-  on tho lr-t -d-.iy ol  Dooombor next,  horeby required In  furnich B.i:nrt | n-,p]icnti(>n will ba mndo to  the  NOTICE is hereby Riven that nn  Action has been raised ngnini>t the  Prudential   At-fiunnce   Compnny  Limited, 71 Renfteld Street, GIub*  pow, for payment of tho pum of  ������131,   being the proceeds of the  Policy No. 457846 with said Com  puny on llU'L'f.' of John Jncl:, 97  LanRLmdfl Road, Govan, Glnfgow,  and Hint tlie Slim Iff of tlu. County  of'Lnunrk.Rco'lund,  has ordered  advorlieomont of nolico of said ne-  lion by interlocutor, aB followB: ���������  Glasgow,  lUih Heptombor, 1918.  Holds tbe fund correctly staled in  tlio.Petition, and   in   re-pool, tbe  Pursuers  and    Nominal   llnhcrt-*  luivo   conBiRncd tbe f������"*-l >������������������ ,ll(-  hiu ilo of the C-luk of Court K*������on  urn and rlix-burji-Prt tl'.om  of    id'  olaims in tlio   action.    Appoint  in'.imniion of  tbo   Action   lo  le  mudvi by Adverii-*onienl publlrbcd  once in n Nowepupcr oireub'-iuft in  Cuinberliind,    Vaneoiiver   Jnlund,  MriiiHli Columbia, Cnnnda,,und np-  p imp claimant*} in tIj--  fund  lo  lodge Mivir el:iin"-; Willi tbo Clerk  of Court within one nionib from  iho dale of (iiiohudvprtUemeeijuid  ei-nds tbo carte to the ndjimlment  roll of lUth November ������ext.  '(Binned)  W. G. Scorr MoNcniBKr  A .Willi. MoMah'H.v,  A true copy. S.C.I),  In ternifl tlioreof nolir.e ia lieieby  civen of Hnid action nnd (if Baid in*  li'rlocutf.r. '  LOWNDES ^ niSNWICK  2vS Until Hiroo������, Gliegow, .Solicil*  orr= for Kuril Kuii-er.  NOTICE is hereby j{iveu thnt nt (lie  noxt meetitigjpf the Dunrd of Lice:.bo Q. iu  miBiioubri ot tbo City of I'mnbeeliinil, I  i tend to ai.ply fur a luno^nl of tho hot.  el lio������nso held by uio for tbo \Vuv>rly  Ho'.el, ������itu������tod"oa lot 2, bloody, Cniubur  Uuid Towueito.  FRANK DALLOS  Dated this 29tb d .y of Oot. I HI 3.  Ni.lice is hereby (���������ivcn tli.it at tlie  np*:l ineotinR oi il;e Il:..nril o( I.'u:tnsc  ('nmuiissmncrh I imeiul 10 p.pply for a  reiiiiwal o*'the lioiel license bcl'l by mc  for ll*.r New Eni'land Motel, situated on  block 3, lot 3,Cnmberl.;ncl Townsite.  JO.SiaJMVAt.KKR  Dated Oct, 391I1, 191J.  NOTIC1J is hereby 'hun O1.1t ai tiie  nexl nieetinj- ol' lhe Jlo.ixl of I.iconse  Co'mmiF!ii(*n(M'S''fthi- City >.t (.unilii'r-  land, I intend *o a^i-ly hi .1 r. new.il i.f  thr; hotel licon1*-? h*'ld by n.v for 'be  "Kinj* iJeurjji:" U...el, ���������.iiiuicu ui lot v,  block 7, Cumberland T.w-.ite.'  Vi!. (OK lA:NOi���������,.,.  Dated this ?nin ,l,iy of Oct., 1-*> 13  XOl'lOB.-i* lurtli>-liv.i M1.1t nt tho  i*okI nKOl'-j.'ijI tin* l'"*t l <f '.'������'��������� *"������������������*  Ci'iiiniIf*Hio..i.-fii of tin (Jitv cf-L'u'jli-r.  ]itiiil,l Into'id l(iri|ij!j U't u n-iinwiil ' i  ",-holi'Hilli' Hqu.tr l',i!ni������ii bold I y nut 7,1-  uatvd 011 l"t I'i, l>l.i������-V J, {'.ir..,������-.'. ".  T'.'ffiJt.itc,  JOHN NUIlOCOIf  llr.Lel tli:H '20th <Uy of Oft.. AAU  N.nT.Wis I- in-ie'iypr ������������������ bv.. ' v������  noxk 1'oiling rt tiiu y.ntrd ������f "."*������'.,  Comiiiiii-iU ,or������ of ihu O'**' *'f I'ua'o ���������  U'lil, 1 b.lend l������ ������v|dy f.-r ������ rone.it> ,-t  ibo yfh������iu)..li Wi-0'.r liwvw li^bl by int  *a hlmtli in. In! 6, Cuiiibnrtir.-J jnurniito.  Of AM V������S*iATTO.  Dnt cl thia 90th day of Out., 101'  properly verified, to mo on or be  fnre tlie 13th day of I>i-������yM.bor,  101������, ANI)allpiu*ti<*8indobt''-ito  m d eHt'ite, nre icipiired m pay tin*  amount of their fndebtodne-n to  me forth witli.  I)ul-������1 thid llth day nf -Novum-  ber, 10 Ul  W    WlWI.KV WlM.AI!������.  Ollicial Admi-.b1rii������"T,  Cumb rlutid, I*. t'  Supcrintendi'iit of Provincial P������  Ice for ror.i'w-,1 of tlm bntel liecncc  to Boll li(|ii<tr by ict!������il iu tl ft l-'������''*l  known m-'ih-t Willow-' llnl'l.' in*  :ilo al' a ip" ell Ui'vor, in tbe Province i f li iiir-hf'-iluiubii.  P-i'eu  thid Sib d.iy of Ocn������bcr  l')i:i.  (JITAHLKS Till"LIN  ApI'lU'1'!"1 j  NOTf('K i������ liuriby ul-wt tbn������ n'- tlie  inc-l ini'itiiii"! th������ iViuTi". .-* I* ��������� nm*.?'nii  iiM'Hii'ii' rt. of *hn City of Cnniberlntid, ������e  nil.-ml to (M������t������ly lor ������ ioiu'-i-/nl tl tin- hotel li,- ,n������* bolil If." ua f<ir ibo V(*i.d.**in.  Ilutiil, t-itualo I on lot ft, I hx'lc X ('uml Or  land I'l-A-m-ito.  JOsa-HI-lI DA.UUNTU  JOSKIMI  lOIIACUO  DMfl.1 rv-tob-r 'iflth, l������I-������.  NOTICK i- non-by ui*\>n thnt nt tbo  nf>x.t metitiui; of the llni-rd < f T.ii'i������ir������* Com*  Hii-t-lo. crt* of llm City of ('i--'.b*-*-lni*d, I  ntuii'l to nj'p.y fcr ������ n-iiewd (<( the h t-  ������V llffiiiu* bold by mo for ihn tVin'-uhuul  IloU.l. ������tlm.tid on lot 1, bl-wl; ������, fir.ii1 rr-  liinii T(i,vn������ilti.  WILLIAM MEHl',\nV'.l.l>.  !V.t*l l' |p2f������lh dny of Of.. I'.������|J������.  *--fl hu   Utii'l  /"*. ' ' ' ,jt:mrily.  ' 'Vutnittiri'iinAgti mit'tsul ..t  l.isk.u   i.   '  W ^    -li   S,JIK.*^������������i.'l 'I,  ,y>n^iv.r\'i.M* ***,-  VllllK, , -vfcr**-;*; *��������� ivt.s!j-%i.li,***xi..'+������<**p>. ',  ,.-.-���������-.*������,������ *o-  4H-������.wLm *,wfe:i*M.*������^u������������sfe^i''**"������9"4**������WWt*  *���������-*���������������-������ r-j������������TjH * ***tbi-*���������**���������"-���������****���������'���������**  '  "'"*\  *"' "*-*W* **"*���������"-���������*" "iJT"'-*���������"  "������������������   "~    *~4**A^lir .    "*.   *f u^B  li'**--*---**'.*^  THE -NEWS. 'CUMBERLAND. 1?.' Ci  .-IfftA-l  WHERE NO  ON?  INTERFERES  The Army of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������ihey Uot A  only give relief���������-  they permanently  cure Constipation. , Mil  lions me  them lor  Bilious.  ness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Prico,  Genuine must bei' Signature  In  THE   EXCELSIOR  LIFE  Insurance    i-M---������---.ie-l 1889      Compa*' y  "Thi new Ejoolsior policy eor.tticls ������re the W Ior protedioB,.  iarestmtat, la cmid- lundilcrlk'jiditinsir.oitiiiei.elc'  Vloatj to, Lo.a  Vacaneiss for agents giving eilh.*.r entire or spare time   ���������  A������ply 1������ Provincial Officer. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Sukatoaa,  . VascocTer or lo Uni Otli'.*, Toronto  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  If jrou feel ���������OUT OF SORTS"KUN Ob'A'N'sr'GOT THE BLUE}1  lUfFKR from KIDNEY, BLADDER, NERVOUS DISEASES,  OMIOXIC WBAKNKSSZS,VLCCXS,SKtNZMniO\;s,?lLE&.  write for my FREE book, tub host IMSTrvctivk  , MEDICAL BOOK EVER WRITTEM.IT TELLS ALL about Ihma  THERAPION SrSESa:  Ba It ��������� tha r*a,ed7 lor vou������ own ailment. Don't ami a Mat.  AMelutaljPRKE. No'followup'elrculars. Dr.LeclbM  UtD, Co, UavMsiocK kd. Haupstiab, London,Ems  The Soul of a  Piano is the  Action.   Insist on the  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  WW-  WANTED at once  Persons to work for ua  In sparo timo at home. No experience  require.1, with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS - Eacy and fascinatlne  i?orlc. Good pay*. No canvassing.' Writ*  'for Instructions (free).'  "COM fvi EnCIAt~A-RT_STUDiO  $15 College Street.  Toronto, Canada,  RHST A������D HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHIL9.  Mas. Winslow's Soothing Syhup lias been  Med for over SIXTY YKAKS by MILLIONS of  MOTUBKS for their CIIILDRI-N VlllfS  TRKTHING, -with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all l'AIN ��������� CURES WIND COLIC, ami  is the best remedy for I'lAKKHOiA.. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask tor "Mrs.  WlnsloVa Soothing Syrup," and take uo otter  kind.   Twenty-five cents a'botllc, .  Burma; no One Attempts to Force  His Views, or Conduct on His ���������  Neighbor  A remarkable? trail of the Burmese  character is (heir unwillingness to interfere in oilier people's affairs. "Whether it arises from tlieir religion, of  self-^nltnre or no, 1 cannot say, but it  is in full keeping with it. Every  man's acts aiU thoughts a'vn liis own  affair, think the lUirinun*,; ������ach man  is freo to go his own way, to think  his own thoughts, to acl his own acts  as Ions as.he does not too much annoy  his tieighroi-'. Each man is responsible for himself ami for lilnuclf alone  and.'hero' is no need for him to try'  and be guardian also to his fellows.  And so the Burma n 1 Hereto go his j  own way, to be a free inannwitliiii cor-1  tain limits; and the freedom that he j  demands for himself he w.Jl extend  also to his neighbors. .Ilo has a very  great and, wide tol'nine*o toward .ill  his neighbors, not. thinking it necessary to interfere with ills neighbors  as long as the law** nre not broken.  Our idea thai whrt habits are different, to our lni'ln must be wrong, and  being wrong require correction at our  hands, is very far from his thoughts.  He never desires to inle'*f .t.** with anyone. ��������� Certain as he Is Jhr.J- his own  ideas are best, he -s contented, with  thai knowledge'and is not. ceaselessly  desirous of proving il^upo-i other people.  And : , a' foreigner i .ay go and live  in a Burman villrge, may settle down  there and l'vo his own life, <*.nd follow  his own customs in, perfect freedom;  may dress and eat and drink and pray  and die as ho likes. No ono will in-.  terfere. No one wiil try and correct  him; no one will be forever insisting  to him that* he is an outcast, either  from civilization or from religion. The  people will accept him for what he is  ancl 'leave the matter' there. ][ he  likes to change his ways and conform  to Burmese habits and Buddhist forms  so much the better, bul if not, never  mind.  * It is, I think, owing a great deal to  this habit of mind thai the manners  of tho Burmese are usur.lly so good,  children in civilization as they are.  There is among them uo rude inquisi-  tiveness avid no desire fo in any way  circumscribe your freedom by either  remark or act. Surely of all things  that cause trouble nothing is so common among us as the interference with  each other's1 ways, as the needless giving of advice, it seeins lo each of \ :  that we are responsible not only for  ourselves, bar, also for everyone else  near us;  and so if'we disapprove of  GUARD,, BABY'S HEALTH  IN THE SUMMER  .The summer months are the most  dangerous *to little ones. The complaints of that season, which are cholera infantum, colic, diarrhoea and dys-  entry, come on so quickly that oft.* ���������.  a lit lie one is beyond aid beforo the  "mother realizes he is ill. The mother  must bc on her guard to prevent these  (roubles, or if they _do come on suddenly tr cure them." No other.medicine is of such aid to mothers during  hot weather as is Br.by's Own Tablets.  They regul .e the stomach and bowcMs  ; tl are absolutely safe. Sold by,medicine dealers *dr by mail ac 25 cents  a box from The- Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Bi-oekvllic, Ont.  A'. '-Idpi-ly . entlemaii opposed to  ���������the, use ot tobacco approached a  young man. who stood on the street.  corner smoking a, cigar, and asked  liim severely: Uow* many ** cigars a  day do you smoke? Three, was the  reply. How much ch, you pay for  them? he went on. % Fifteen cents  each, replied Hit youug man patiently, (Jo you realize, wont on his inquisitor, thai you woultj ,havo that  money by the rime you are as old  as 1 am you would own that big building on the corner.',' Do you own it?  hquired. the smoker. "No, was  response. Well, I do,' said  voung man.  the  tlio  Frightened  Why has Mrs.'Jones decided to give  up the European Iri:*. she was contemplating?  She happened io heir somebodv sav  ;thuL travel broadened one, ; nd" she  vveig-hs 380 'now..  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  to bc unusually  Your baby seemed  lostlcss last night.  Yes. 1 fear the clear  isn't, going to live th .  mev.  , '. though1-, from, the rema  husband made lhat he might  set a bottle *-f ink.  little folio-;,*  h the sttm-  *ks  your  luive up-  AEM1-MIM  WATERPROOF  COLLARS AND  CUFFS  Something   better   tliun   linen   and   no  laundry bills.      Wash It -witli sonp and  Water.    ,=A11 stores or direct, Slate style  -ind  size.  ���������   For 25c.   wo  will mail  you,  .TH^ARLINGTON    CO.    OF   CANADA,  58-Fraser Avenui*, Toronto, Ontario  ��������� Limited  IMMpR^Ai.rt^!^(J^|^  SwpJpnWff's (Treat work on Heaven and Hell  aiul tlialiicaftcrdi'.-itli. 40<Jii.ifjcs,nulj ^.-icmits  po-.tp.-iul,      II, L������w,4S6KucliJ At-..Toronto, Ont.  Should be Good at That  Warden (to   new   prisonor)���������What  work can you do?     Whiil was your  occupation?  Prisoner���������l was a 'cellist iu an or-  '.'hestra,  Wnrdon���������"vVoll, then, w-Vll set you  lo '.vork sawing wood.  any :.ct we"aT<nnwayJr~in -1- hurryTo"  express our'disapproval and to try and  persuade the actir to our way of  tJ.inking*. "We are forever Tr.ihking of  others ancl trying to improve them; ���������.���������������  a nation we try to coerce weaker nations and ^convert stronger ones, and  as individuals we do the same. We  are sure' thai other people cannot but  be better ancl happier for being  brought into our ways of thinking' by  force even, if necessary. Wo call lt  philanthropy.���������-Yielding Hall.  A party of :ommerclal travelers  seated round'tho ccffee-ro-jiv. fire were  drawing Uio long bow and spinning  yarns of wonderful adventures on sea  and land. A silent listener sat in  the corner. Presently one c' the company addressed him,  Have you haveled much, .sir?  A little. I have been round the  world sevon times.  Then you mus*. havo luul'so.no striking experiences. Perhaps you would  like fo tell,us one or two?  Well, sail the* Strang *.-, perhaps  th** niosl. remarkable was ou my last  voyage. At ono time wo found ihe  keat.iso ton'Me. that wo used to take it  In liinis lo so'down inlo'lho stokehold  to get :. cooler,  So more yarns wero related Ihnl  oveiiii.B.  Removing 'ihings from the; Eye  Small substances, like cinders, dust,  or small clips of stoiu >i- metal, can  oflen be removed from tlu eye by very  simple lmaim. Sometimes the flow  cf tears washes them cut. At other  times catching the upper lid by tho  lashes and pulling it away frrm the  eyeball, and Cown over tho lower lid,  then letting it go, so that _s it recedes  its under surface is swept by the'edge  of tho low't.' lid, will'clear it out. If  .thu~does-noL-provc-*-siiccessful--a-loop-  made of hoi ������������������ hair or of a long human hair can bj passed under the' lid.  and swept from the outer side towards the nose and drawn down.  Better than this, however, i.s the  washing of the eye, or flushing with  tho eye dropper, Hav.- tho patient  catch hold bf the lower and upper lid,  drawing them away frpm the eye, ancl  then fill the' dropper, which is liko a,  small syringe, with water, and Hush  the eye two or three llmo:*. ��������� This will  always remove the cinder at once,  Should lime get into the eye I should  be treated in tho samo uannor, first  with wafer ami then with vinegar, or  lemon juice and waJer���������a '. T.spoonful  of vinegar ���������r lemon juice to a teacup-  ful of water���������poured ove.- the eyeball.  Th's slory Is minted ������!��������� an old-  limn juils*. In SiiU'vhu ci'iinty, New  \*orl*.  During the so'ifllon of c*...rt Micro  vas so much talk and laughter going  on tlmt the judge becoming tuigry unci  uonl'Uiii'd, shunted in .r-eat wratli:  Slli-ii**!*, here! Wo hnvo decided  half a do/on canes hen* till morning  :ui(l I have not heard a ivonl of ono  Ihem.  Minard's Llnlmer. Cures U.n.druff.  Reverse Actio i  He (iird*'Hl1yl-~Y������u nro lhe moHt  heiiuti'iil, the mo'il lulonibh cir, in all  the world.  She- -IiiiIppiI! Then, sir, ynu lnns'r.  lie wry cniu't'lU'd to ililnl. ihat I'd  !m)k al jou.  II10CUOU3  Mr. I nihil..--Who Ih iiiiil Mini w|Mi  ihe pink wlili*!''-!-"*.'.'  .Mi'h.  I'l-lniii���������M}   luisluitid.  Mr. liuhlu���������t'lh, I li-'u,-  Mi-H, Pi'lniri-���������Tlittl'm nil i'lnln llo't  li(.-oii i:.i!li!ig lilnmeli' ihat i'V't .-iiu-i* I  married him.  It is in demand.���������Ho great Is the ile  nlnn-.'  for Dr. Tliomas' Kclocli'Ic Oil i  Hml. ii large factor*, is kept contlir. al-j  lv busy making and bottling It.   To be |  in   demand   bIiowh   pop..lni'  apprecla-  lion of (his prcpuratlo-.i, ..'lilcli stands  lead of proprietory compound**  Woin 0111* Gloves  The fliigti'a nnd linndb1 of elbow  length silk gloves wear out, leaving  the uppers eo:.*paralivcly ntv,'. Whero  thero Is a Ln by iu the house these  may be turned to good use. Place  one of Jaby's sockr. on tho gloves, tho  leg part of tlio sock and the hemmed  and then cut socks for the baby after  tho pal tern. Sew carefully info  simp.-, with fin I. seams, Hero ynu  have a good, lightweight sock" only  for the cost of trouble i . making.  The top should ho reinforce.! to with-  slinr.'   the   wrar and   lour of  safely  Pl'.lti.  Keepiin Y-*'-ing  The desire to keep'. : long a.;-possible from ldoklng old is ,-. perlectlv  right and proper, one, but. to attain, ic  oue must also keep from' feeling or  being old. ��������� The adage-sa:s: -A' wo-  majj is as old as =.].c look., and tho  .looking and the feeling re-act-on each  other. If a womr.n feels tired and  .worn, stiff from lack of exercise or  listless from lack of interest, she is  going to look comparatively,old, whatever her years; if-she notices her skin  becoming dry and lined ltiC. wrinkled,  her hair thin and histreleso, and hor  eyes dull, she' i\ bouud to feel the  dread feeling that ago has begun to  show itself. To ward off tlu advance  ot age. it is essential to keep the body  healthy, the mind interested, j,nd tho  person cared for.  In .keeping young tho wind has*  finite as much to do as tho body. A  healthy mind in a healthy body is the  secret. Ami as the body to he  healthy requires CNercisc, so docs the  mind. Of two women of, tl.e same  age, the one who is interested iu the  things outside ' lier own immediate  r Micerns" will, other 'things being-  equal, appear younger than the oth*r  There i-tro so many things availaLle  to all that tako one out of oneself.  The great world - movements of the  clay���������wo can '.earn about '.hem in Ihe  papers, though we m-y'nat be in a  position' to lake, part in them, books,  music c,an occasionel thov-j;ht-stlmu-  lating lecture, tho cultivation of some  talent or hobby, aiding somo philanthropic enterprise���������each person can  find something to keep he:* interest  alive ancl add' to the fulness of life.  Moreover, a healthy interest in some-  thng outside the routine cf. one's  daily business���������lio*tve"er0iiitercstlng it  may be in itself���������helps in the avoid-,  aneo of /orvy and undue anxiety, than  which there is uo one tiling*, unless,  perhaps illness, that ages thp face so  quickly, engraving-lines that'deepen  day by tl.-.y. Sunshine and air "help  to guard against attacks of worry,  which have a physical as well as mental influence.  READ   THE   LABEL  COR   THE  r    SUMER  PROTECTION OF THE CON-  THE INGREDIENTS ARE  PLAINLY PRINTED ON THE LABEL. . IT  IS THE ONLY WELL-KNOWN MEDIUM-  PRICED BAKING POWDER MADE**IN  CANADA THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN  ALUM AND WHICH HAS ALL' THE  INGREDIENTS PLAINLY STATED ON  THE   LABEL. ,        v.  . MAGIC   BAKING   POWDER  CONTAINS    NO   A.LUM  ALUM IS SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS SULPHATE OF ALUMINA OR SOD1C ALUMINIC  SULPHATE. THE PU3LIC SHOULD NOT BE  MISLED   BY   THESE   TECHNICAL   NAMES.  E. W. GILLETT  COMPANY LIMITED  WINNIPEG TORONTO,   ONT..        MONTAEAI  Wily William  ''He came from the 'country, but he  was not green���������not.by an/ means.  Had a confidence mau tried tricks on  him there - would have been serious  trouble.  Nor was lu- taking a-iy risk**, at the  hotel. London might bs \.. smart  l,lace��������� but they would*''* calch him  napping.  In uiC ea.u7 flours of the morning  the  plaintive  voice    of    th'i    'boots'  sounded outside his door.  *  What  ir;   it?   asked   Will: m.    pre-  pared to do battle with his wits.  Please, sir, carat the answer, you  haven't put your boots outside, .sir.  No; you bet I haven't, responded  the-wily William. They'ra under my  pillow*, ancl there they're ,;oing to  stop; I know a bit too much for tho  likes of you!  at Mio  hh the  il is g  !������-.|'v!l"!  leading oil li   tlio iv.arkol  MH-vally iidinitlod Mint it  of Mii> lead-  nntl  de-  Au Kngllt-li lmnk rlprli. who Iinaiv  Inert I Inn in> on" wim at clever ns he,  wart on a vMt to his nun-. who lives  lu a village In Mm south o". Ireland.  11, wiiri this young ninn'i* p,i'-*ntent  pli-iiKiin- to li'rtfl up I'm lo rldictilo mi  i very punslblo ocea'-lo;..  One mornliii', he wan oui for i sli'o',1  Willi Kninn of IiIh I'li'-iuli* when he uuu  Railroading In V/alej  Holiday!,, tourlstH and tripper? ���������-���������**..  lore hnd upset Iho poaco'of mind of  ihe railway officials and io copo wll.li  nddltlonn! trnfllc a strange guard  was put, on a special l.*-a':i running on  a way sido line In \Ynlen,  Th'ie wan one parll. nliir ilnllnn re-  JoleliiK In tho etiphonloiiH nnmo of  UanfairlVi-h..ii|.wllgogo ych, etc., clc,  mi il In the ilue eourrie uf lis peregrinations, tho Hiiecliil I ru In hit'veil nt II,  ���������ilu-* Mio Blniiigi! wo*;l.  I'or qulln n  Uni.-'  the guard  glancing at Ilio nppallln,   inline  he   Bpi'lli'i''   It  out.   lot cr   by  whilst th-* driver Hounded a gay  on his whistle   Tii:n, by t it Ui n K  ling a wry .hi.   horf-o nlong, hrenMiH. nml hnhlliig IiIh Jhwh lu  ' linndi-, ..ic iJiiuril .fei-nly nllc:ii|itei!  df'.ipfi'siK.' leal ol' prououiicliilloii,  Mul he wan a iiiuii of i.'iu iii'ce, no  cm-lily In he done.     Siitldi*. ly he con-,  reived n brlllliuil Idui.   Tnklng n\i ��������� n  n liny lour  Mi.' rond,  Sny, hit, why  and llll hlni our.'  I would, Kir. nald I  Wil''   in-   big   IIrt   .V.'.itl'H  Obadiah Binks was one ci those  sentimental idiots who had allowed  his passions to . cnpitnlale ��������� to the  .ever increasing wiles ot the mischief-  maker Cupid. To put it more concisely, he had fallen in love',  Unfortunately for Obadiah, however, it was a case of unrci-ulted affection, for the lady of his cholc*  had made it plainly visible from time  to time .that his attentions were.positively  objectibnabL'.  Ono day Obadiah turned up at hor  abode, noihlng daunted b,, his previous experiences, Ho .was ushered  Into the drawing-room by her ten-  year-old brother, Hilly.  ��������� Ig your sister- inV asked ninks, nervously,  ,   No, replied, the    other,    promptly,  She's just gone out,  Ah I sighed the lovo-strle.-on Dlnlcs  romantically. So . -tn* like the man  who went to the cag*- when the bird  had down,  No, you ain't responded Dllly. Vou  iwo .like the month --f Juno.  .Why, how's Mint?  Moralise, was the repl\, every time  you come May goes (at.  Canadian Trap Shootlnc, Honors  At the Grand Canadian Trap Shooting Tournament recently1 held xx  Hamilton, Ontario. Mere was, keen  competition between the leading  shoU.of the-Dominion for supremacy.  Tho amarnir. C.iampionship of Canada was won by W. Ba.-nes of Hamilton with a perfect score of 50 targets.', Mrr Barnes, used Winchester  Factory Loaded Shells, "The Grand  Canadian Handicap was won by H.  Smith of Chatham with a score of  48 x 50 from 18 yard rise, and the  Earl'Grey cup, for tho High Aggregate of the tournament, was won ' y  R.  Day of London  2S7  x 300  targets. ,  and   Mi*.   Day   used  peating    Shotguns;  with.a  score  of  ��������� Both  Mr.  Smi "t  Winchester   Re-  The     important  victories won with Winchester Load  ed* Shells-and repeating Shotguns is  ani,'.her demonstration of their .splendid t-hooting qualities. '  ' Asthma .Jrings Misery, but Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's. Asthma Remedy will replace  the misery with welcome relief. Inhaled as smoke or vapor it reaches  the very inmost recesses of tho bronchial passages and soolh*3 thom. Restriction passes and easy breathing  returns. If you knew as well.how  this remedy would help you as do  thousands of grateful users, thero  would be a package in your homo Jo-  night.     Try it. 0  A Kumane Mayor  The mayor of aj little commune in  the Pyrenees has just issued the following decree: .Whereas -the young  p .-)le of the commune art wont to  Tn^r^ira~13anCe~"ever>'���������Sfl"nclTry~aft"er"  mass, and the noise they make frightens the cocks', hens and ether animals  of the'village, and whereas the result  i��������� prejudicial to agriculture: V -* hereby prohibit dancing within the bounds  of the commune ���������Jui-:n������-; tlv hours in  which the domestic animals cake their  repose.  Wife���������I wish, Ilei.ry, you'd  a nice ciock I'or my room,  Hub���������Hut I enn't afford���������  Wlfo (liiterrii|)tingi���������lf yc.-t \v||  set II buck two hours Mil- pvoi.lng  go lo Ilio club.  got mo  I'll  you  Neediest! Ap rehenoloi.  ���������  She���������-Will  you  love  mo  when  old'.'  Hi*���������Why  probably bo  The Wonder of It  \Vo wandered on the seashort,  We wondered at the sky;  .  I told her how  I  loved  he.  "���������liu said:  Slit wondered  why?  I wondered if she'd have me,  Sho gently answered Yos,  And then wo wandered, wondcrln?  In  speecnless  happiness,  And now since wo ,.r: werii'.ed,  Wc  wonder, as of yoro.  Wo wondered as w. wan'ereil  Along the ocean  shore,  With just, tht bl   of difference  Tliat our w   .der we condenso  Inlo wondering how we happened  To have so little sense,  QUEUE   CUTTING   IN   CHINA,  Forced Much Human Hair on Market  ���������Supply Still Sufficient  - There was a noticeable increase in  the exportation of human hair in 19.12  over,that of 1911,although a comparison of last year's figures with the nv-  eragD for the last five years shows a  discrepancy mucJ* smaller than might  have been expected considering tho  peculiar circumstances of the last two  years. ��������� 7,',  A most vigorous' queue cutting campaign was waged in connection with  Uie revolution. Thos\> who wore unwilling to discard the so-called badge  of. Manchu servitude were deprived of  it by force. .This naturally caused  tho supply of 'human hair to becomo  abnormal and prices accordingly fell,  and as the demand at;home was brisk  the exports were gr itly" increased.  Some of the merchants kept large  quantities of tho hair,' waiting for a  rise in price, but prices fell ��������� toward  the end of the year, as. the demand  at home diminished, and,at the beginning of 1912 they had on hand a-con-  sldei-able amount'of unsoli1. stock.   .  While thore Is a'general impression  that most Chinese have discarded tho  qiieque this is far from being the case.  Although soldiers are posted at different city gates for the j,urp6se of,  removing the queues of'all persons  ���������who pass'through the country/people  fo������r the most part* still retain tho queue  and the supply of human -luiir will  doubtless be sufficient for-many years  to coine.   *���������Gne-on-the-preacher������������������ =���������=-  She���������Just think of it;   the pitcher  on your bull team gets more money  than our minister does.  .He���������Yeo,   but   the   pitcher   .lias   a  better delivery. -  -.  ������������������  The MoMiei (hnpr..' ir.tly)���������1 don't  know hat we'll ever do with Tommy.  he doosii't seem lo agree with anybody,  The Put ui: (ii-rltahIy)���������[ s'posa  we'll have to nvko n dramatic critic  out of hlni.  W; ������������������ has your daughter dropped hor  hospital  work to    ion','  She found C 'ft have to niirso poor  I .Ments for two years hofor.),tlioy on-  trusted her with any liiliUoiuili'OH. So  she's -joliig on lho Htufio In a musical  comedy.  H.irdly Proud of Him  Mrs. Nubrlde���������My doti.  .lack  handsome;   ho  resemble,*!    u  god.  Mrs, Lmigwod---S.>   'ooh    my  Imml���������Hiie-'.hus.  Ih ho  I! ree It  Yoa make no risky experiment  when you use occasionally������������������  whenever thero is need���������the  most universally popular honv  remedy known,���������Boecham'o  Pills, which have stood tho  tost of time with absolute success and theirv/orld-v/idefamc  rests securely on proved merit.  relievo the numcrouo ailments  caused by dei'ectivo action of  tho stomach, liver, kidneys  and bowels. Cleansing the  system, they purify tho bluod  and tono body, brain ar.d  nerves, Beecham's Pills act  quickly; they are ahvaya  safe und reliable, and you  may   depend   upon   it   they  - Soli] evory vvhuro.  In boxes, zr> <ii.ii1.,  Efcrynne���������especially orsry womnn���������J.owM  reml tho direction] >vl'.!i ovary bo:t.  ill-lue I  dun'.!  ynu }',*-'l  "������������������il, If IiIh tuuuili  't*wnmm**.m  MQWSXb  Compulsory Aairimcny  Tin (Ici'llnliif- ninrrliig'* rato in ro  ninny roiiiitrlf*!' is ciiuhIii's nil hoi'Ih o"  HUgH'-i-Mon*- lo In* made '.>!��������� Inilucliii',  priipli' lo entt'i' tlm Htu-tc if ru'l.i'iniony  Mii'li (is the ia*.lng of bad-elorrt aud  (���������(inferring uncial prliiU-gCH on tbo:>u  who imvo liii-**'- luiiiiiief". A iii'iii'ii  Mi' lil.i Ui.tl U'f i.u -1 n,"J.'j'-j; "i-f Tilm  ordered Hn hm-helori- to innrry or quit  tho municipal cottagei-.. Hut all Ui-bhu  aro ('xei-*>'iiii*..ly niild measuroa com*  parrtl with n propoHiil which oonu-H j  Thi. prop isal Is that all |  llil i I'       illl.lllll'U      lllCll   I  -n tliiH) when u mnn It]  fu-i-ordlrig  tn  Mahomnt  a *"?fiii*-j tho J-lyn-  all   ���������i.mhii'I'h who  alti"u!" ii  II"  ]U)ll.(|'('  lowi d, in  It'   llieri  llllri In il!  And lhe  ; i'.r-'-.it dramal  to the bmii'il.    T  ���������������������������Icn'iirliiii t(Uii'*t.  't      yhod.v  there  from Trii'Mi:.  Ilill'ill'lni .-.    .*, |H.  tliti'tl--rl-| yenr-  at   1 i.   jirliin'  - -shnulM bo I'liinii.nii'  dii-ate logcllii i* with  ���������ifc ,-i '. n* er t.'v hi-y/������- tar $,*> 50,  at all dealers, or Thi* Dj'JJb Medicine C-imp-ry,  '.lrltf-1,    Toronto,  JillVl'  Then  ihn--"  ln'iiil  III      <-l-  tv...,  !l   lr.  i-i-.-n'.   d  Mv- ag'* or twe-iity-flvf.  a fn-    ji   nii'dloul   exarnlnatlon,  ������������������Ik-ii    fT..*>    ftiv-lrirt    ^onthler  iv ai j to lirive tii -ir ; hiivh phic.-d  ���������:i:if.-il.'  i-nis  ; nd  ilr.iwri  two  by  Th*- funpl'-!- '.vliciKi- n.ni.e,** arc  d nro to I.i- Miiri-ls*,' Jmrnodlnt".  Till- '   iiiaklug .i K.t***!'. of mni-  Willi    I    Vi llg'-.UH i*  r.i  ll!  W. N   U  958  t   \.o\iV   t\\'\   yo-.l   Mil  diiri't   n|n',ik.    SVl.iu'.i    the  mralti' 1 reJiif|i-iii*-s?  - Ilor rcl-iluii-.  \-'ii<r  l.lll*-:  Wint  n.t'ih  Oil"  -id'  mad.*    !:e     inn.* t'r  -*.v������-i ?  r;'rc-lf-!Ml> pl-u-i'ii lily v\\>f  ��������� ������*.* h!s inoiiili  M  i     And  *n,*>. mil  1 '!j,.   ,...>! 1 ',- hA'- ,  1 twenty live vi'.'ir*4 agi '  !     lleoaiii'ii  yoi   were  j lm i'i idled,  j    Ah. I am ufrnid  l nif.   I mu iii'iirly  'I-.   II    J .1 ir, in in.  ,  mu gliid of It.  Why?  Von hi-.',  I  a in 117. an.l  ij don't  llf-vo any innn (ingi'.l. lo bo t>I-.$111  nlit.' yi-'Ai'.t older llmti IiIh wlfo,  Oh, Hiii'iii'i''. How riuni*iilli- you an  I " ui ]���������".��������� 'f mu- ii" . r tu-iii ovi'i* :>.l-i;i  ed surli n lovely 'v-iy to lot n fji  Ifimiv "ml ho o.'irod t"i' hoi  '1  ><���������  .'5*1  s.  i n  r-l  ���������*������l  7(  V.  ft  */ vi  )i  -i-  .<*.  Down rn l.nwye  I iutio licit'. Ar, a  ',*:  Vour Own l.nu yoi ,'  Di.u'l  warn II.      Wli "ri  a ,11'tii Icai-.sinn h'>v io n������l>  huttntu  rioSIn'i'li'-o   l-JiiH'l*'> i*i-  Of   Olitl'j   llOlllsi.  1   fltlll|tii  I    Kmployi"- Vou ran'* elttte too o;uly  for me. iiiisur  ROYAL VISIT TJ THi CUNAHO LINEH  MAURETANIA  The Klnfl ind Ouee* Le:v!nfl the Mauretanla after.** Vl������|t   of  Ir.-pecUon , u.   ....���������.,, ;.-.,  ���������' A 1 vT'iX'TTT- "l8-"'--V -t'TP T*"<���������** C������ ������K ; fV"������*>' ������\; irf'Y* ft ?rv?''i   '.*'vn*4U* ���������>'-- -.���������"���������JT^i"'  -������-.^.w-Jlj-J,.ia:-l,.l-������a..v.u^.,t>.-J....JlriJi..  !iy.(   .. t'.--j.J;*.*,**   "'   ���������'hy'-1'---  ���������' -       -r".      .������*,-    .' , *���������      '���������     ���������' ���������     -  ".    >''"'���������  v*r*,**-^ic^r77~r1*;  Ji*  THE IN^ws, CUMHtoY.ATSTX R Q  1 ���������       *        i   " ^  *���������  $u*  1 k  ti  I  Y<"  , i  . *.<  i  1*  Gives a Quick,  ..Brilliant Polish  That Lasts  !No Terpentine  ��������� Easier to Use  Better for  the Shoes'  ppai-ThisAnt,,  \&&^Mm������i  iPen  Does the neatest, quickest, and most uniform writing;  The same  .pen will last for years of service.   The gold pens in Waterman's  Ideals are smooth and of any character your hand requires.   The  ��������� Spoon Feed'Rives an even and accurate flow of ink and prevents  flooding.   The.Clip-Cap prevents loss.' Every Pen guaranteed.  Sold Locally,' by the  ., L. E. Waterman   Company  3 U^Hf-U 0 -3 yq v7\ 0<1  3f SATIN GtiOSSf  i^mmmY  P ~" j^'RNtSS,BiJCi-;fJJTOP.q,9AD0LE^.^'  f? A>iY"' f-|CT-p*TR������vEUtiiV������i������iS '4  S$ u     ��������� MU-1 rA R^rJt QUj-'MSNT 5", ETc.       j  lsP0WsTicSKciALry(o4  t1: ���������<,-;;-.'���������:-��������� HAM ILTON.v-    O NT.''**: ���������������������������"*���������*  .To::n*y Knew  Tl 6 teacher was endeavoring to illustrate to her pupils the association  of various species of- life with common substances.,.  For instance, she ' explained, you  will always find plants where there is  soil, birds where there are trees, and  'so on.- Now, can anyone tell me  what wo associat-,' with .fish'?   .  Suddenly, with the velocity, of-an  aeroplane, a,hand shot up from the  buck form. It wau-.the pvoperty of  Tommy Jones. Pleas.?, miss, I know,  piped that worthy. ,  ��������� "Well? was tho teacher's query.  Chips, was the unexpected reply.   ���������  THE WORLD'S  BEST POLISH  Feired Somcth'.r.g Se.ious  Your baby seemed to be unusually  restless last night.  * .-  ' Yes. ,1 fear  the dear little  fellow  isn't, going to live through the summer.  I tlioiiRhl from the remarks your  V.usband made that he might have upset a bottle of Jul;.'  Maiden (who has been rolling tlie  French way of conducting m .trlmonlal  alliances)���������Mamma, you know par.a  quite- -well before you married lilm,  didn't you? Mamma (sadly) ��������� I  inought I did. ���������������������������*  Coi.iplole In, Itsolt, Motaer Graves'  Worm lOxlermlnator does not require  the assistance of any other medicine  10 make It effective. It does not fail  to do its work. ,   '  Kino  Jones (lo his landlady)���������Very sorry, madam, bift I havo torn the cm-  tnlh In the sitting room.  Landlady���������Oh, all right,, sir; I'll put  lt down as extra rout.  Rfenuil punishment:   Tlio price of  being loo poor to buy a divorce,  Advantagea of.Mixed Farming  ;-.. T-i^.-Princo' Albert district of 'Saskatchewan' leads tlie prairie west as  a mixed "farming country. The Saskatchewan Agricultural Credits Ccim--  mission J finds that the" farms in the  Prince Albert district are much less  mortgaged than the farms in the sections whera grain, growing alone is  practiced. ���������' Is thero 11 connection between ;Jhe' two facts? ' The commission, was1-satisfied that there was,  and business men In the west nre  certain of Ic. The commission found  that under mixed-farming* conditions  nob only wero individual Utilities  loss, but Joans were more easily procurable, ami en bettor terms, than in  .the gralu districts. Themlxed farmers" have been meeting their obligation more promptly 'and satisfactorily. Thoy -have, apparently, been  relying more on their own resources  and less on their ability to obtain  credits. "/Vhen/a scarcity of capital  hit iho country, they were in better  condition to meet tho" stringency. Tho  '.credit situation as It-:has dovelQped  this 'ummor in the west; may, therefore; bo regarded as'a strong encouragement toward a more diversified  farming, ���������  Agricultural experts wlio have made  a close survey of,lho prairie farming  areas, stato that' mixed farming Is  spreading rapidly. This is a .natural  and inevitable thing. . Some of tho  banks have made a staple policy of  encouraging farmer customen: to diversity their .farming enterprises, so  as to assure themselves of a fairly  continuous income. "This is the1 only  way In which obligations cau bo systematically reduced. - A-policy of borrowing from crop to crop is an expensive, one. and in times when credits  are restricted is a high road to; trouble. To!rely on tho banks entirely is  (0 lean on a.support capable of much  variation. If the Saskatchewan  commission could present statistics  showing thut mixed fan ling confers  very beneficial* advantages in.financing, as it undoubtedly does in farm  earnings, it' would help forward '.  movement intimately affecting the  solid development of tho west.  Some people who bother (he aver-  ago-oditor-should���������be-tied���������to���������a���������column and chastised with a stick of  cold-type. *  Jot.'Joi'epli,  Levis,  July  14,   1903.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I' was .badly, kicked by  my horse last May* and after using several preparations on my leg nothing  would do. My leg was black as jet.  I was laid up in bed"for a fortnight  and (.otildnot walk.- After, using three  bottles tf your MINARD'S LINIMENT  I'was perfectly cured, so lhat I could  start -. -i the. ron"  JOS. DUBES,     ���������  Commercial Traveler.  Dean 1-lole, tlio noted Knglish clergyman, was tho leading figure In  many humorous stories, On 0110 occasion ho was crossing the channel  titer a visit to the contlnont, the voyage being extremely stormy.  Tho (loan was a bad sailor and.had  suffered a great deal on tho trip. At  Dover ho was looking over the railway  comany's rules'on tho slatlo-.i-wall, as  a passenger camo up. Said tho  dean: Ater that ���������.���������torniy voyago we  have at least ono advantage In making tho subsequent, trip ��������� to London.  I seo tlio company c'i-tIch returning  empties*<at  reduced   rates.  GIRL SUFFERED  TERRIBLY  Ast Regular Intervals���������Say������  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured her.  Adrian, Texas.���������"I tnlco plenmiro in  ri-ldlnR* my testimonial to tho groat list  -ami hopo Mint it will  licof interest toBtif-  li'v\\\ft womon, For  four years I suffered  untold agonion nt  i-ngular intorvnlt".  Such pain** and  j crantpsisovcre chills  ��������� nndsickneBsntstom-  uch,thoii finally hemorrhage!* until I  would bo nearly  blind. I had flvo  doctors und homo 01 thcni cuuia uo mom  Dtitti lA'tovti iiiiJ i'ii' a iiiiti.  "I aaw your nilvortlsnmont in a paper nnd decided to try Lydia K. Plnlo  nam't Veffctrtblo Compound. I toolc  ooven boxes of it mid lined two hottlon  r.f t*m  *"'ttl������1*|vrt  W<1������"|    niu"   I   nm urttft.  plotoly cured of my trouble. When I  bftffan takinp* tho Compound I only  welf-liod nlnoty-slx pounds nnd now I  weiRh ono hundred nml twenty-six  pounds. If nnyono wishes to address  nn* in person I wlll cheerfully answer  r.ll h'ttors, an I cannot spent: too highly  of tho Pinldiam remedies."���������Miss Jl'3*  SIT MARSir, Adrian, Texa-j.  Humln.-ds of Hitch letters oxpresimj**  gratitude for tho p*oo<l Lydia E. I'lnU-  Imm'fl Vtffctiiblo Compound bns nrpom-  pUshed nro constantly beta*-* received,  ���������"nwtn**; Uio reliability of this jjrarvd old  ri-m-wly.  If joa waul sprplnl adtlr*- writf (o  r.jriHii Tl. riiililmm Sredlrln-iCos (enlift-  ih-iiUal) Lynn, Musi. Yonr h'tlcr ^III  bt -r-ptnMi read and answered by t*  nromnu mttt held in strict confldeuco.  W- U. li. 963  Did your waleh stop when--It dropped on the Iloor? nslcod 0110 man of  his friend. Of courso, was tho nas-  wor. "Old you think P. would go  through,  Exciting Finish Mario North Carolina  State Shoot  J. n. PeiinlnRton, of Tarboro, and L.  11. riorce, of Wllniliifi'ioii, tied for the  North Carolina fttato trnpahooting  championship at 01 out of 11 possiblo  100. In the ahoot-off Mr. I'-jiinlnttton  who shot I'llro Club speed aholla nnd  a ItcinliiRlon pump Run, th nvm bIho  used by his compi-tlltm enpturod lho  lltlo with J8 tai'Betfi out'of 20. Geo.  W. Collins, of Uuo West, S.C. broko  117.1 out of 400 with a Uetnliiglon  pump fcun mul won. lilfili iimatoiir uv-  onigo for tho oiiIIit* two day 11 of tlio  meet. Lonir run, wero ronlstoroil hy  C. IO. Goodrich and Homo.' Clark, each  uslmj a Homlnston for Hi-ore's of 119  strulsht nnd 14- slralRltt respectively.  VARICOSE VEINS  AND ITCHING PILES  Usually Arise From Same Cause���������Relief and Cure Effected by Dr. Chase's  Ointment.  Nearly everybody .knows ' .of ' Dr.  ���������Chase!3iQintineriL"iis-t.li<>-n-inRf-filrp.p.tivp  treatment.for', piles- or hemorrhoids  that medical science has been able to  compound. So much "suffering- and  misery arises from this ailment that  one is not long in tailing his-friends  when he has.found an actua". cure,  This accounts for the enormous sales  of DrJ.ChnseJs Ointment.  This letter tells of relief from the  suffering 0 varicoso reins by the use  of Dr. Chase's Ointment. Many suffer l'rora this troublo not knowing the  cemfort to be obtained by th. uso of  this grer.i. soothing.ointment.  Mrs.' R. ,T. Evans, 187 Muhro street,  Toronto, writes: '.'We'havo used Dr,  Chase's Ointment for year I have  been troubled with varicose veins, and  find it tho only thing tu..t gives, relief, For every purpose when a  soothing, heullng ointment is needed  there is nothing so'good as Dr. Chase's  Ointment." CO cents a box,* all dealers, or Kdmnnscn, Bates & Co., Limited. Toronto.  A Mistake Somewhere  Whal'B this Jar of croniu clicoiu  doing on my dosk.V  I thought that Jul* belonged on your  (U-Hk.     Goo will?.?.!     I   must   havo  ,. ,    1       ���������     < '        ' .     1   I     .    IM  ; m/i VtlU   MIO  DU.UI I*. .v..4. j   i.u*.   ������.,���������...,    ',,,,,  library pnnte.  Why Pis!. Yawn  A -Kienllfit has discovered thut llsh  yawn.  Well, I woiildn'l be at all Hiirprlsod  1 If Bomo of tho big ones mat lun away  S would oould thoy hear tho exaggerated uiles tho fishermen tell.  Hay S. Uakor, tlio author, In nn  argument on immigration, cited tho  nmrvollous speed whorowlth tho im-  '��������� iiilgriuii. fnmlly, bc It. Ocnimu or  {Frr-nch, or wbnt not, bccoincn asslm-  I ll.ulou Into tlu- muUimtl llf.-.  j An liist.inci) of ihlri asdliiillailon ot--  ���������eurn to mc. he snid. I know a  iwcrthy Nfapolltaii. ona Paoll Cr-ncl,  j who eamc to the 11.3. thrre years ago.  J I'aoll'H Utile ho������, I-'rancuHCo, an AmtT-  1 Uan cltizt-n of ������uvt-u, looked up from  I UU    M'UkHll    Uuukl*    .Uf    l/.lU'k    *.Vv*llUlH  !to nhk:  I    Way pa, whin y������������������-,��������������������������� was it you Ual*  jlans iH?tii\oiHl us '���������).'  Lf-Unre Is a very pleat**-i. r.flrmeni  (o In.ilr .���������������!, tm' a very bad ono in  wear  A Speaking Clock  , A speaking clock hns just boon  shown In Berlin, say- The Hamburg-  or Nachi'lchtcn, Al; every nuartiu'  thero comes from ihe iiibldb a vo::o  which calls out the timo clearly and  distinctly: Three o'clock; A quarler-  p:.st threo; IlalC-past three; and so  on. Possosscd of such a clock*, we.  could possibly peacefully bury onr-  BOlves in our work without nny fear  ot missing an Important engagement,  Wo could surrender ourselves l.o .the  joys of sport, or talk, when every  qunrtor of an hour we aro reminded  by tho warning voice. In lb", morning wo need not worry over nu alarm;  tho volco of tho clock, which wo can  mnko quick or slow at pleasure, \V111  do the walilng. If wn don't want to  hem' tlio volco of conscience, wo need  only BWltcli -off the machinery. Tho  invontlon ,1a duo 10 Ih Idea 01' a Merlin man, named Selnn, whoso idea wns  cnrrlod into practice 11 ftor long wrestling with dllllcuiiles by a man nameil  Mux MarkiiH. It may provo ut:.*fiil lo  astronomers, and wllh a slight chango  In Hh working It could bn mado lo call  our, (hn * \mes of tho Blnllnns In our  railway i'iiiTlng**H. To exploit Ihis Invention 11 conipiiir," li. being formed  lu riiM'liirwItli a oapllnl of $700,000.  KEEP, SHIPS FROftf! ROLLING  -    WMMMtlMM  If New Plan Works Out as Expected  Landlubbers May go to Sea Without Fear of Being Sick  The principle of the gyroscope, whilo  simple nnd generally understood, can  be applied at times to produce some  very puzzling".results, and ii. order  that the mothod of its application to  ship's rolling may bo more clearly understood, it, n*ay perhaps bo as well  lo review' this principle in the simplest possible way.  Suppose wo have a vortical spinel lo  and on-ic .mount a wheel in, what io  called the natural or horizontal plane,  the spindle being so arranged that It  can bo tilted in any direction. To  consider t"..0' matter concretely, let us  suppose that Jh<* wheel Is spinning .*'  a high rato ot speed and that we so  tilt the spindle that Its top nicves toward the nortii.  *    7J  What happens?. As-soo.t.as tho-top  of. the splndlo Is given this angular  motion, tho spinning will develop a  couple whicli tends to tilt the splndlo  either to the eistward or westward,  according to the.direction in which tho  wheel is spinning. The movement of  the gyroscope Is thus*, soei- to lake  place in the plane at right angles to  that of tha impressed force. This  movement normal to the impressed  force is called 'precession.'  In the consideration of any gyroscopic apparatus It is* essential that wo  clearly, understand that tho movement  of the gyroscope does not. tako placo  in the same'direction as tho impressed  force, but that this tendency to move  is transferred 90 degrees in the direction of rotation before it is manifested as motion.  .,  While in principle the ryroscope is  quite simple, tho diflict. .y lies in overcoming the many mechanical .troubles  that arise as soon as it is attempted  to produce results in a practical way.  Many years ago that ablo naval architect and investigator, Sir J. l.  Thornycroft, evolvea a scheme tor preventing rolling by means of shifting a  heavy weight, the controlling mechanism being by means of a gyroscope.  Later on, a German engineer Doctor  Schlick, developed what is" callod the  passive type cf gyroscope,'which utilized the periodic motions of a ship after  hey had been developed by the, actions  of tho sea for damping or reducing the  rolling. ,   7  Mr. , Uperry attacket. the problem  from atotally different and-more aggressive point, aiid-proposed to instal  an active typo of gyroscope equipment  which did not wait for the ship to roll  -beforo���������It-be'ganrits���������worl*^-bnt~whiclV  prevented instantly, at :ts inception,  any rolling movement of tho vessel.  There Is-a very important point "to  be observed here. -Each tendency to  roll is quelled on the instant, and simultaneously "with' its-development, is  completely neutralized before it has  time to move the ship. There is thm:  practlcally no angular motion.  It tho reader will .'remember . that  without angular motion a couple exerted by a gyroscope becomes zero,  then he will readily understand that it  requires practically zero work to resist the couple���������In other words, when  a ship is held practically freo from  rolling, it requires very little power to  maintain It in this condition,' and this  has boon found io bo actually the care  in practice, as has Ji ui the otighlv demonstrated. At:(lrsl, sight ihis may  seem revolutionary, but it is nevertheless true, and it Is this feature of the  development that should work a rovol-  utlou In our methods of ��������� slahlizing  ships.  .A Boy vVlth a Future  Mu, exclaimed young Teddy, bursting into ,l;ho houso, l\Irs. Johnson said  sho would glvo me a ponny if I told  whnt you said about 1   ���������.  I never hoard of such a thing! said  his mothoi Indignnntly. You're a very  good hoy not to have told! I would  uot havo ho.- think I even mentioned  hor. Hero's an apple, sonny, for being such n wlao lllllo lad.  1 should think I am, mu! Whon  shn i-howed ir.o thin penny T told her  that what you said wai. soniothlng aw.  ful and worth slxponc-i at leant.,  Sho ought to mnko a splendid wll'o  of nn Anioi'k'iin anihiiPH.'idoi' abroad.  In she distinguished?  Dour me, no; l-tit sho can "do her  otvu liousr.tt'oi'li nnt' ilar.i socks beautifully.  A tench or, IniitriKuiiiri hor class on  thn composition or soii'tencnK, wrote  two on lho blackboard, ouo to i-mm.i-  pllfy a mlHslnltimcnt of fact and lho  other lo IliUHlrnto bad Rrainmt-r. The  Bontnnons road as follows:  Tho lion hau thro.* kg. Who done  it?  The tcichov Hum oiled lo oik- of  tho childi*o:i.  liin'O'i . i:<* bitiu. go u������ uu-' um* ���������*-  hAirft ami rhew uh<n- thr f:mM M-*"  In those two sentrnnps.  Harry slowly nppronehed thn blur':-  board, ovidontly ihink'ng hard. Then  ho took'tlio chalk and wrote  Tho lien never .0110 II. Coil dono  11.  During a certain bnltln the colonel  of an IrUh regiment noticed that ono  of liis men wafl exrrrmply devoted to  him and followed lilm everywhere. At  length ho remarked: Well, my man,  you have btvick by mu well ������i**ilj).  Yb sorr, replied Pal. Slnire, mu  mtlhiT yaid to me, t,aid -;!������������������*. Jt: '.  ���������"lick lo (ho colonel, Patrick, me hboy,  and you'll bo all right. Thcni colonel* nevnr -jet.  hart.  Hoy���������If you plf-ARe. father** ���������"'���������������������������!  tin* ladder back wbnt bo borrownl.  Ilu'.* Uroko It, uud vtill >oii 1..>*..* a  r->palrn(! at once becauso ho wants to  borrow It a*,i>lu next Kridny.  -*���������  American exchange* toil of a d<r  spandent young man who trie.i to  f<-<*il lovi* fi������M������*r*, lo 9 goaf. Who van  the gout*}  The  Canadian  Breakfast  Post  nnd Cream  Thin bits of choicest Indian  LaiiTii .>o skUiUksy C"uu<vC\J ui\u  toasted that thny arc delic-  iously crisp and appetizing.  Wholesome  Nourishing  Easy to Serve  Sold hy Grocers everywhere  Post Toasties  Canadlin Postum Cereal Company,  M4.. Wlodiot; Ont.  Pump'  Action  J*   M Si3'ic*- Breec}l Hammerless^-Sofe  ii*   lr-  THOUSANDS of sportsmen have first  ��������� ,    chosen r*. 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Tho Rncroliiry nf thn ooininlttoo shmvp ' ii'i'ilini! vm'i iifiv- n' i-imililinjt   niinml    nr  thnt lho m   mil cniiRiimptlon of inriloi-i Jni-i-^iTcrt iwirln,,. nml wlmn li l������ iMUln-  Ulllrll    In   l^riiil    ll..ll,.l..   Ia   r.1,^,.1    inn    I   >' fb fi'il,  lViifiio-m Ih tlu> ivmill. iuul  nn ���������  Hplilt. Iii drfiil. llrltnln la nbout   100,-   IrM;, ,llt. |���������nunm,niiim mn In- inlun mi������  OOj.000  Killlutis  iiiiil  tllilt 'tlio  jliVHOiiI l nn<l UiIh tulm H'nini-'il In 11.) mi mul nm  prlco of fiiiHoiluo Is 4L! coillf- n unlloii.' l,!,|,,������' hcaiiiiK will in- -Wnoy."' r..i*."*.-i;  -_______^^_^ ' I n!n.> . 'Ken out o. ii-n ni-f r;iii,'-i'il l.y Cm-  ~~~~~~~"���������~" [ ni-i-li.   wliloh  In  i nililuit  Imt   nil   liill-ii'ii .1  Do It Now,���������DlriOi'dera Oi tin.'dli*c������t*,''n'"l,(1"i* '' *b" miK-mm 'inf-in-i*.   ,  Ivp iippnnitiiB Hhould I.i donlt with nt   , ^'" wllt 'i'N? n,M<' "i''i'i*;'''i "i';" ["*���������  onco boforo compliction*.   nr.m<   thai | JJRV^^UW'h" W^iffi  lllliy   1)0   llllllcillt   10   e.u\io   with,    Tho! t*ntiiri:i *'**iu-*������.    K.-ml fnr 'Mi-mlni-n fl-.'  i', ,i, ('iu: uv .���������;��������� co., Ti.i.-.io. '.i;.-'i.  Valuabli Knqwleage  Tho Muddlc'town nmbulaiici- clnsa  w re being examined.  Wl.en a certain brainy yokel was '  askod to i!es.:i'lbo tho circulation or  tho L'lood ho promptly ropliod: Woll,  the blood Is pumped .'rom tho honvt  throiiKh the blood vessels of tho lo.'*,  nnd right to the bottom of tlio fort".  Yoii, Ba.d tho oxiuiilnor, you uro  rl|*lil na far an you go. but how <lo< ;  it roturn?  Tl.o yoUol hoBltntod a minule.  Then he replied: Up tho other Ior.  D. .'nion Cnnnot be Curo:i  hy Infill npiillontlmm, ns tlmy mum t  rriii'h the illsi'dsod portion "f Um i-nr.  Tlmi'i*. Ih only ono wny to rin-.i ili*������rm.*<H  mul lb-' Ih hv f-rimitltullimnl rcnirilli'.i.  ricnfni'HH !h cn'iiKi-il by nn Inllnmcd con-  (llili.n of tin.' Kiucnmi llnliiB of t!u> Km*  tnc'.iln *   Tulip,    WIiimi  UiIh tulip    In    In-  HiircHl. roi: "dy to thlji mid and one  that Ih wlthii, rmioli of all, Is I'nnno-  h'u'ii Vei-ululik- I'lllii, thn lii'Ul laxiillvo  nud HOdntlve on tlio iiiiirket, Oo not  delay, but. try them now, Ono trial  wlll convliicii nnyono that, they    am  H.iM  Iiv  riniKiil.-l'*,  I'i  Til Up  tlon  iiiiii'M. ruiuiiv I'iii-i f.u- (-(.ii'iipu.  Accomn-iodatlnf-  Hon Hcihor   UnnU's  wlfo  ..in hoHt ttoniiieh   oKuliilor that can , ,H      lUv  ,������������������  ,llini,Hnmp',���������  ')(* r,A. ,,.������������������,, ,���������,-���������.  , Business Tip  UnKiiuu)���������Any* "old hottlc-s today,  II1II1H7 ���������  Woman-No. l,ut you n.lRl.l try Mr,  ; r-.ikmil'rt next '.bur; IiIh wife's comliu;  back from the hoatiliorc toicorrow.  .And An H-d Dtr.-i W.'rofd  All nion are alike.    TlioyVo di-cclt-  ful aud HolllHh.  How do yoi. know?  A innrrl.d frlond of mini! told me  to and wiivni'd nio itKant.c n ', of tliem.  Din you ro koiii-j; to marry Kn-d .'  Of courHO I um.     Ho'a ( Iferent.  iMyn  he  work   nt,  bi'ird labor,  Lew H.iw/.-   Yi- , nii'.ill: ub'n wllllni;  lo lake hor word for Ii,  Fixing I   Up  My wife'-, r.ul of town.  So Ih mfiu-. .  I lotmv livn-ritflpi- Oiwiil r.-.|lnwtf  (irciit.      Tomorrow   i.lj-ijt   m  i.o.i.H-.     Tt-u iviu j.'inV  our  art  Mrn, Manners (who Ium glvon Tommy a hIIpi* of breiid nnd butter)���������  Thut'H rlBlitt I like to lionr littlo boy-,  say: Thank you.  I.'.'.'.lc I'.-iy Well, If yo'i want to  boar me bay It nynlu you uilght put  ���������-.im > j.-im <m 11.  .Tn-r-k (on tennl.i ������:our*>���������I'll bet n  linn,' that NorrU wins the sot-  Its>j!i;lij--Mako it a cliwioUe, doah  Imy, anil I'll jjp you.  I-'uiinyfapf���������TIicho conjuror*  wonderful followH.     I miw one of tlm  IiohI hint iilj-ht.     He ttinioc a i*uliii>.'i  liii." Into a <-alibii**e.  'I h-il'ii   luuiiui)-. . I i-nii   do   iiciii-r  myaplf,     Kvery uii;lil I turn my do;;  Into a kennel.  He Shou. Know  What In pet-Hoiial mai; n-tlsiii?  IVrcminl numiiottsiii, ri |>!i''d the  mii!i.*i������or, h Minn fimlili.*:- a ni.m to  fltnnd ������i������ and kiw.p the audleii"* Inter-  I'Hted lu .1 Irciuii.- iviiiniii uiv ii-;- ni  moving plcttnv!*,  Try Murine Eye Remedy  strong conl rait!  i Itutln* ly* Kt*������-dr Ctrrt Cbloti* nJVH^MMUtUwx  *���������* '       !��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������      ... ��������� ..*  ��������� -       ���������      ���������        i**- '���������^ ft c "f������������������.._ . ���������        .  ..^-^^w^^���������..>->-������r*i<f*-fjT^-f-*-  ���������Tr**- ���������t*~*-\ur*tn-nmt Trutt-i  ilie CumfeBPlaud Slews  iss-ird KveTY by   V-Vdnesday the  Como*   -Si   Cumber-land  *������ub ishtng   Company.  This *>apc.>r will not hold U^'lf  ve.*-jxJi'n-*ii>U; for the ������*p������������ion8i>f oilier:*, as miry, a p noar io if* eolnrane  from timo to timo.  "WEDNESDAY N >V. 19   191B  WATER NOTICE  FOR A LICKS CK  TO TAKK AND  USK. WATKR.  NOTICK it hereliy -.-ivou tbat Ksi-t*i-  malt & Naimiiiio KiiiUiiy, i.f Victoria,  11. C wi'i h p-y'f.r a !'. e:*0'tu Uko mid  uni lOO.'HK) gallons pi r 'ii Ium*a, i.f water  ou'i'f TnHin.-H Oreol*, ���������> liich Howa ia n  inutility dir.oi"ii through Ni-wcaRtli-  Distiict ii I *-'ii*i> i s 'lit'i St rails of Goor-  j:i ne ti 8 inil<-tt wet A I ���������>���������.<* Qunlicum  Uiv r. I ti*j water wi l bo -Iiv, rtud ut 'J'JOO-  upetrt-n ii from ' iuilw-y a d will bo uu.'d  (iTgentnl railway i -i *.><>i*.>s on tlio hnd  ������Jo.*!(*rii>ed ns H'tilway t-U-jht. of Wny. This  loii.e win posted 01 Uit> ground on the  3rd .Iny "f A*jnl. lftill Thu application  wi ! bs ivcil iu tho ollivu i-i tbo W.itfr Ue-  corder u'. Victori*, B. 0. Objections may  bo tiled wiih the said WiiUr 'ttecorder <*r  with the. tJoinptrolltr ������.f "Water K������gl>'.?,  Pa l.ani i.t liuiidi u*>, Vic'.'-rh. B. 0. '  EsQUlM-sLT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  II. E. BEASLKY >  A Kent*  nyllfj *sny7  KAXAlMO 11 OLDEN ������  AT CUMBERLAND.  IN THE MATTER of Sarah EU-  enoi* Tyson di-wasod, iotostat(\  AND  IN THE MATTER of .tlio 'Ofll-  ������������������iid Administrators Act.*'  TAKE NOTICE tlin* hy order  of His Honor Jmlgo Barker,  made \h������ 5th any of November,  1UIB, 1 was. appoint**! Administrator or \\\o EstatH of the above-  mentioiiod decwvst-d, nnd all par-  tit*s li'ivus***; el-dms s^inst thu  said estate ur*** hereby ivquirod to  furnish snino. --.roporly vurifu'il.  to me bii ot* before tlio lijihdny  Utf<!i-ml*e.\ 1U13. AND all \m-  ties indebted lo snid ostnto, - aro  wqniivd to pay tlio amount of  their iiuU-bteduesd to nn* forthwith.  Dated this llth tiny of November, 1013.  AV. Wfslkv Wiu.ari),  OiHdal Administrator,  Cviinburliiml,  1>. C,  WATER  NOTICE  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE AND  USE -WATKR.  NOTICE is hereby giveo lhat Esqui-  mu t & Nanaimo l-Uilw-iy, ot Victoria,  B.O will apply fir n l.o^nce to tako and  uae 100,000 j**llim������ pit 24 hoars, of water  ������u of Smuty 1'rei.k,' which fir>*s iu a northerly i i cetiou ihrough Novcaatle Dis-  ti ice and t-mpiicd iut>- D..ep Bay, near  Kosewe'l C-ei-k- Tbe wiiter will bi diver  tid at 2I50-* i.p-tream from Railway nnd  will levied lor Oo.neral Riihviy puipo=eB  on the laud desci il>eri aa Railway Right of  "\Y3y7~This-Ii*^tleffi-v*o~po8tt'd-on���������Ihe-  grouinl on the ,8 ft A y of April, 1913.  The appl eution v iW' \>'i tiled in the office  of the Water K-'CoVil'-r at Victorii, B. C.  0'*i*.-t-t'tuiH nviy bo lil- d w.'th tho eriid  Water Rticonier i r v-ilh the CumpMoller  of W.Ur I-.i*|htc> railianie-.it IkVldingB,  Yidorii, liC,    * ���������     *    .  ESQUIMAL'L" & NAKAIMO RAILWAY  Applicnut'  U, K. BEiSLBY  Agent  apftiJ my*  WATER NOTICE  IN   THE  COUNTY   COUUT-.  OF NANAIMO   HOLDEN  '     AT CUMBERLAND,,   7  IN TIIE MATTER OK Daniel  ��������� Mnaan deceased, int^stato, wlio  .died at   Cumberland, li. C  on  June 25th 1013.  AND  IN THE -MATTER of the  "Official Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE that by or-  der of His Honor Judge 13arker,  made the 5th day of November,  191D, I was appointed Administrator of the Estate of the above-  mentioned deceased, and ail parties having claims against the  said estate am hereby required to  furrVs'.i same, properly ve������*ifid>/  to me on or before the lBthof De-  co-iiber.-l913.^J3iJ^J^_pji������lk!:  indebted to said estate, are ve-  qnired to pty the  aiiieun-t of their  POR  A LICENCE TO TAKE AND  tT-JE WATKR.  NOi'ICB ia hereby ("ivon that E-qui-  malt <t Nanaioio Kaihviy of Victoria,  B C. will upp'y for a siueaoj to tn'ce and  n-e 100,Ol)0|?iilloi]s per 2-1 houn, o( wntor  ont of Hindoo Cieek, which- iWw������ in r  northerly (Urtictieii tliruu~*h Neldoo District nnd impli**-- into Rnyne ?ouud near  Tefsbla K'ver. Tlie wat^r will bc dive'-t.d  Bt I100"u**-itr������iira li'iiDi tU'1-.vfty and w 11 bo  n*)ilfoT Ito-iuiul l<fiiiUviiy pnrposOi on the  hnd <l-vi������rifop-l ui rnvlvvaj riglit ol w-yThii  noticu wwi poi'nd ou J*e (.;round <>u tbo  3nl day of April, I'Jlll. Tho iMpli-inti'ii  m i 1 lio lllcd In tho iitllcj of tho Water  It -cordor, Victoria, ,n, C. 0 -jeotioun may  holiled with lho ta!-d W������br l-Uiuordur or  with th'i Ciinptrollor of Wii*t'r Hi**ht������,  l'.irlin*i.e.it li itlilin-'s Vi������tovii, H, O.  BSQOIMALT &. NVNA1.MU RAILWAY  Applicant  ll, K.    KASLKY  Atfont  IN THE COUNTY COURT OK  NANAIMO IIOIiDION AT  CVMHEltbANl)  JN   TUE    MATTEK  OK   J.din  Biiii h nho kmnvn nu -lohn Hmyth  d(****uBi*d,iiru!*iiitu. whn dlml at  Uuld liliuid on Julv fi, UM.'I.  AND  IN THIS MATPKI5 wl the.' Ollicial  Adtiiini-iiratorri Ac."  TAKBNOYlCBllml bv onhr of  lliy Honor Ju'Jko Ihirher, innile  (he.-itli diiyof Novoml-Hr, J'J13.  I ������vin appnlnKil A^'mini-itnit. r  oi lhe E*iiit,o .if thn nbovu inon-  tionod di'Ov mill, and nil par i"  Ji-ivipR rlnims nrnin t lh!������.' *-*s������i������I  LifinU' nre htiroby rnjnut'd io I'ur-  niib mi mi*, properly Vitrifiis-l, lo  nie on or bofctro the I'd h day of  Docemhor, UMiJ. A>'U all pur  tii-H indol.'ted to B.ijil fslrt������, nre  rcq-iiiro.t io pny tii*- nriiount of  their iiKlobli.di.eus tu nm fortli--  with,  Dated this 11 ih tiny of   Novf-m-  lior. 101 y  \V. W-vi-.vv Wii.(���������vum  0|li- "\ Astrninihtrntf-r,  ���������Wl������*".l>nd, It C.  mdebtethie&s to nie forthwith,  Dated this llth day of November, 11)13.  W. "WlfcJ.liY "WlI.LAKI*,  Official Administrator,  Cumberland,*B. C.  I  INTHifi COUNTY  COURT OF  NANAIMO*,HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTER, of Daniel 0>.  CornJ^also Mown bs., Daniel  John (VGonneH, deceasoJ, inlc.-i  tatp, who died at Capo Ccmmer  oil, Riipeit District on January  2-8,1913.  AND  IN THE MATTEll of Mio ".Offlciiil  Adm'uUtr.aora Aci."  TAKE ^OTJOE thnt hy oitkrof  Hie Honor .liitlgo llntkei, nnule  the 6th diay ot November, IIMP, 1  w.is appointed Adminiptrator of  tho ifiUto of tho nbovo mentioiiod  deconBcd, and ull p������rtit>a lmving  claims uguinst the Buid eutnlo ure  hereby required to furnish Biime,  properly vorifiud, to mo on or ho-  loro lhe 18th dny of December,  191!i. AND all parties iudoblud to  eaid tslnto, nro required to jmy the  amount of.,ihoir iadobti'dnoHB to  um forthwith.  Dated this llth diiy of Novem  hor, 1918.  \V. Wnsun* Wii.iiAiiii  Ofll iiul Admluislrnlor  Cumberland, H, G.  WATER NOTICE  VOH A LICKsNUH 10 TAKK AND  USB WATIilt  NOTICK ii horthy Hivon thtl Htqnl-  malt iii: Nnnaimo Itmhvny, ot Viuttrii,  I), C. will ujiply for a liuonoo to tuka uml  u������8 100,000 Kill in* pur 2t hourr,of w-itor  iitit of Hoy Uro-k, wliioh flnvii in n north-  orly (Hcciitioii through Gomfix Diitriol  ���������i-i.! (.iiiptii-i iitn (lorniix lUrhour, noar  Tro-il Kivor. Tho. wntor will hodlvrtied  nt -'JSO ' m>atreum from Ruilwny mul will  ho uh*J for Ooor.r������l Koilw������y \i\it\mnci on  Ilio ItiHil deioribsil ai Hiiilwny Itlfilit ol  \V������y, Thin m tiui* wu po������tml on lho  i^.-n-inil on th������ ft'-l Jay cf April 1018.  The ������]pplio������tion will ��������������� fllod io tho oflloo  ut lho Wator Ri������*onlor ������* ViotnrU, B. 0.  0 Jcotioof may b������ tllod wih Uio ������-'id  Wnttr Uecordor or ������iththt Cmptroijer  .f \V������tor Ki-jTit*, I'lrlim-Kii-t Iliiil()in������',  VV'torl*. I'.C.  KtfWUIMAIfT * NANAW01UUAVAY  ,i        Ain)l(c4at  II. K. HBWIiBY  Ajf-nt  ������'  ���������JVr  I  ?  !  i-  !  Anything you want   and whatever  way you want it. Below are a  dw  (ithings we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTERHEADS  BILLHEADS  ENVELOPE  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES  MENUS    ',    -  BLOTTERS  , DODGEUS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  V1SITINO CARDS  BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  BALL PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC., ETC.  W  I  I  "j������- *  '     A\7  r ������       Vtl  \-   T  f*7  r\  'A  ������ !':.'  SylTSg'lS  ;1  CUMBERLAND NEWS  .''   7--h ��������� ",���������:.. '.' " ���������   ��������� .  \ ���������.'-,. *: -...-.',.' ���������'    "''.'��������� '',,'-.' ��������� '��������� ��������� ���������'   ( 'x'r  iiiiiiifiiiiii  "n  ^**f|i^y*.y^igp%wrf ���������*.*>���������* >���������*.  *-;,i^  .  THTJ NEWS. CtBfBERLAND. B. a  l- MS '"Wm"���������������*��������������� i^*- I*  GOD WILL LAUGH  AT HUMAN PRIDE  comin*- Church" the ���������. Bocf-f. ���������- Trill  prophecy was fulfilled in respect to  Jesus when Pilate end Herod, as, re-  presenting the worldly powers, took  counsel with the chief "priests", Scrihes  and Pharisees,' as representing tha  rulers of the people of God. The religious, rulers were leaders, prime  movers, in the opposition.  What happened -to the Master Him.  I  Bch'enilr,; weTe considered to-lie Jusff* I  fiable~to tlie --.ccoiuplishment of th������  Divine      purpose;   * that     Messiah  through  the Church  should conquer,  ths world, that the nations might bV  broken   with., a  relijious   sceptre   ot  iron and dashed to pieces, or plotted  against and torn in-pieces by their  subjects, as might be possible.   .The  kings and the   judges   of   the   earth  An Old Prophecy About to be Fulfilled, Says Pastor RuSSel!.. *; {.self in the way of opposition from ths.  who "recognized'thl'^Church.ai Me3-      -���������. v j religious rulers, and, under their in-*  siah's Kingdom were accounted wise-  ~"    "   ; j stigalion,   from  the  political   rulers, j'Vhey -must serve with fear and literal  HAS A DOUBLE APPLICATION   * '   "  - Greatest Diamond Mine*; ,-  The "Premier* diamond mine,'��������� ������������  South Africa, twenty-five miles to the  east of Pretoria", is the biggest In tha  world, where 15,000 Kaffirs work ov-  ery day digging, drilling and. loading  trucks of bluo earth, from which diamonds are extracted to tho value of  $10,000,000 per annum.  ���������"Henry, ltsays here.that Mr. Jaclc-  son pelted the pill for threo sacks.  What does it mean?"  "Good heavens; Mary^ can't you understand plain English?   lt means that  he slugged tho sphere safe and landed-  on the third pillow."���������Chicago Record-  Herald.  '  EEP HOUSE COOL  Ways of Preventing the Summe*  Home From Becoming Hot.  i-  %  ���������t A'5p|ied to Jesus Personally, But  Also to'tho Body of Christ, the  Church���������The Kings bf the Earth���������  The Rulers Amongst, God's People  ,���������Their Coalition Vain���������God Will  Laugh at Them���������Jesus Will Deride  Them -The Breaking ns a Potter's  Vessel Will Follow���������Those Vi.o Put  0 Their Trust In Him Will Be  Blessed.  On "the Atlantic, ������  Pastor Russell's, text for to-day was:  "Ho that sittcth in thb JTcavcna shall  laugh; the Lord shall have them in  derision." (Pcalm 2:4.) Ho said:  The vast ocean, on which this stately  . shi*** -is but a toy, reminds me of  '"God's mercy, like the v-ideness of  the. sea." and also of tlie vastness of  Divine . Power,. and'>human insignificance in ci niparison. Humanity may  justly fee] oi-varaged by, the progress  male Jin the pa':.t century.  ��������� Mighty ships-of steel, a thousand  feet long, carrying thousands of passengers, have replaced the wooden  dories of-a century ago. Propelled by  steam, they are indeed leviathans of  the deep. The oceans have been un-  derlnid with,cables of steel,'Carrying  intelligence to th* ends of the earth.  And this majestic steamer is outfitted  "With "a wireless system of telegraphy,  b, which sho is continually in touch  with '-sister vessels and with J the  world. And these are only a few of  the many avenues of progress being  trodden in our day. Those not guided  by the Word of the Lord are puffed  .with pride, and disposed to'feel that  oit grandparents' a littls way back  were mere monkeys.  God's people;' grided bv their Fa-  ther's Word, and by ,the spirit if a  nound mind, are held back fror.. such'  delusion.-' Th-��������� see that there are  not manygr.eat or nighty to-day, as  compared with the' notables of the  p%st. Theysej that God is behind  the wonderful;' developments of to-  day; for we are" living iri "the day of  His preparation" (Nahum,, 2:3) for  Messiah's Kingdom, and the Reign of  a thousand, , yea'rs. These perceive  that-God is gradually lifting the veil  of-ignorance and . superstition; and  ' that,'according to His promise', men  are now seeing out of. obscurity.  Withal.   o_ur31essings_are coming_  Iii a;most natural way.- The printing-  ���������press;' p-esent-day mail - service,. telegraph ' systems "and telephones, and  .world-wide education, are bringing  - the.;thinkers of earth ih close touch  lhe world over. Scarcely is a discovery riiade of any kind,.anywhere, that  is not knowiv world-wide within a  wecl?1, A million minds enga*,- upon  the . same ' project, with tho re-  suit' lhat there are still further improvements, still more wonderful inventions���������and .i.ll theso procedures  repeated! Surely the only explanation .is lhat God i* back of the present  Intelligence rnow coming to the world.  His'ti- ��������� has come to brinj blessings  to mankind, instead of the curse  which 60 long has prevailed.  The kings of the earth, in a broader sense, include financial kings and  naptains of industry, as well ns political chieftains. These wise men of  llie .world havo grasped the situation  only in part. They pecolvo the bless-  Ings nnd tho riches rolling in upon  tho world through humnn Invention,  ind are fortifying themselves in lux-  1117 nnd yower beside tho golden  streams they have corralled.  Thus they have "set themselves,"  rtccordin,,* to our test. Moreover,  lhe rulers of the people���������the occlesi-  istical'rulers and princes���������nro nfllli-  ited with then. Together they take  .fouiiRd. Their next r'cp will he'to  put thoir counsels into practice.  ,For centuries past' kings nntl gov-  mimonls hnve been more or less re-  -trained hy the peoples they governed. And the peoples hnvi boon moro  iir Icsr guided hy tho Bible, nnd its  Miirit of liberty, Tho new conditions  of our dny, however, have evaded  mnny of tho regulations nnd re-  -Irainls of tho pnst. The restraints  nro necojsarily unequal to tho new  conditions. And tlio pooplo nro intent upoii making new regulation.**, to  ropo with the Trusls nnd th.* wealth  nf tho financial kings, nnd with tho  jront powor of political kings, ns represented in modorn military nrmn-  ineiil** and organizations.  Tlio Biblo ii lho groat slrong'i.old  rf liberty. Through It tho masses of  rlvlllzallon hnvo learned Hint kings  ind ucii.-.nnla, rich nntl poor, must nil  -venuinlly nlnn.' hoforo the Judgment  Bent nnd ha judged by one Law, This  K/imo Bible porlrnys to '.ho put'.o tho  {'lvlno Plan of tho coming jubileo of  iMlitiiUo-i���������tho rolling awny of tlio  rurso nncl tlio Installation of God's  H-nssl'i;", through Messiah's Kingdom, It bIiows thnt tho Messianic-  Kingdom is i. jar. nnd that it will bo  JnuiiRiiralcd in the midst of a great  'lino of Trouble, symbolically represented hy gt. Peter nt a conflagration, ns respects ecclesiastical inter-  rata, nn' subsequently tho social in-  Tlui* 11 in nihil*" RinnrlR��������� * and tho  spirit of hopo and liberty which it  Inculcates is lho Ulvino restraint, tho  ������������������b.-uidi," the "cord*-*," of our context,  "Tho kings nf tho earth set themselves; and tho rulers tako counsel  1r.irr*tl*i*r n<7n>n*i ' .Tohnvnl- <sik! I!.'~  'Anointed, sAjii.g, Lot us break thoir  hands asunder, and cast away their  cordis from us."  Tho form which this opposition wlll  Assume toward tho Ulllo and its  spirit of liberty, tho spirit of lho New  Dispensation, ii dillicult lo detail in  Advance. Wc tne, however, under  tho guldanco < tho Now Testament,  flint thli pmnhw*- had n very limited  fulfilment rl, tlm First Advent; ond  lho fulfilment thero may glvo us t*  rlue io the Urger fulfilment now nigh  it hand.  Tin* Lord's Anointed is Tho Christ  *t dory���������Jetns (h-* Head, the over-  is; what we should expect shortly a  the* fulfilment of this prophecy.' The  opposition that will ��������� arise will be  asrainst ,i" o Lord and against those  who are particularly His representa-  ,tive3 and mouthpieces in the" world.  Tl ) federated religious interests, fearful of the'Truth, and with cherished  plans opposed to it, will shortly'di-  nounca it ai Calaphas denounced  Jesus.   His'declaration'was, Iu is ex  trembling: On many occasions verse ���������  12 was quoted a's a warning to kings  and to'princes that they.must keep in  line with the behests of; the Church��������� *  kiss,, the son, a claimed vice-gerent of,,  Christ���������lest, he'be* angry and they.i  perish by the w;ay.    .<���������*��������� |  As' Revelation 20-.1-5 tells us lhat >  ' the Reign of Messiah's-Kingdom is to ,  i be for a-thousand   years,   and   that j  4 during   that "time Satan   is   to   bo '  pedient that* one man perish,.rather    bound,, so it "was claimed  that this  than pi.r whole, nation.   (John 11 :M).) ' ecclesiastical'system must thoroughly*'  As Jesus wns crucified "for th.* good ' - .    .  of the cause," n3 seen by tho religious rulers, so we may expect that  tho last saintly members of the Body  of Jesus will similarly, suffer for tho ! facts. .  *.  supposed good of the cause, as view- j -   For exactly a thousand vears , Ecsv  ed by the Scribes and Pharisees of    clesiasticism prospered and'ruled the!  world-from A. D.' 800 to. A. D. 1709.  ' Treasury Employees..  Tho employees of the treasury department of the United States government number more than 11,000 persons.  Some men succeed by working har4 ,  "With pick or spade or pen,..  But not,a few still get ahead      <������������������  Sy working other men.  ' ���������St. Louis Globe-Democrat,  Polished Apples.  When serving large red apples wliold  ou the tablo polish them with olive oil.  Conductor���������We have missed the connection, nnd you will have to wait at  ,thls station six hours.   "  Old Lady (who Is a litllc nervous on  tbe railroad)���������Well, I'm safe for sis  hours, nuyway.���������Christian Register.  LET IN THE GOOD NIGHT AIR.  bind and dominate Satanic power; as  represented in   everything   that   op- J  pos:d 'it.1 In- full* harmony with this  misinterpretat:-*n   were  some   of  the'  our Day  When Jesus was crucified! Hi-rene-  mies, supposed lhat jKis influence'  would be gone, and that their pro-  jects would flourish. But God laughed at them, for they were really,accomplishing Hia will. It*wa3 necessary in harmony with God's arrangement, that Christ should, suffer.-  Similarly, it "is necessary that the  last members of the Church, the Body  of Christ, should suffer with Him and  enter' into His glory, by the resurrection "change.". .Then, too, instead of  succeeding, the plans of the rulers all  failed. Under Divine disfavor they  entered the time of tro>." '.e, which  culminated in the complete . overthrow of thei'' polity. Here wj are to  expect the same.. The. Divine purposes, instead of being thwarted, will  be helped onward by human opposition ii the Divine P'l-n.  The plans of these kings, ar.d rulers  will be measurably carried out because'(see verse 1) the heathen, tlie  Gentiles, the irreligious, will rage,  will be in.tumult, striving for liberty  and bles-ings in their own strength,  not knowing of the" Divine arrangement for the inauguration of the new  Kingdom, which is-to bless all the  families of the earth.���������Genesis 23:14;  Galatians 3:16, 29.  Tho declaration further, is that  "the people (the favc jd.. people of  God, nominal Christendom) will imagine  a vain  thing  The Epell which had held Europe and  much of the. world for ten centuries  was broken by Napoleon. When he  carried the Pope a prisoner- to  France,, the' world wondered. Could  it be that -the spiritual power of  Christ's Kingdom wa3 ��������� ineffective,  against the great General, Napoleon?'  What did it mean?  The answer came promptly enough  that this was merely another fulfilment.of Scripture���������the loosing of Satan" at the end of the thousand years.  (Revelation 20:7-10.) The1 prediction,  was made, and fully believed, that  very soon the adverse conditions  would pass away, and- the ecclesiastical throne be re-established in j  greater power and glory than ever be- !  ' fore.   But instead, JEcclesiasticism has '  waned.   In September' 1870   its   last J  support gave way in the French' defeat of Sedan.   Forthwith the King of  rItaly  took away  the last vestige  of  temporal' power.  Since then, Bible'students, and indeed the whole world, are awakening  to the fact ,that no real Millennium  of blessing was enjoyed during the  thousand years of the past. - We ��������� see  instead'that it was a period of great  darkness, superstition and ignorance.  Furthermore, the whole world is.be-  coming convinced that* the blessings  lhat have come to us-during the past  century are'^riot of Satan, but of God.  Port and Starboard.  If you stand on tho deck of n ship  and jook forward the port sido, Is on  your left, tho starboard side ou your  right. , ,   '  Gravity,  a'he uibst distant plauet In our solar  eystein, Neptune, is 2^50,000,000 miles  from tho sun, and yefthe arm of the  sun reaches .''oiit and controls the remote plauet without tbe least difficulty. In n word, gravity Is universal,  every atom in tho universe exerting Its  influence upon every other atom.  Tlie slienth eown mado tlio world rear  back *  And paw the air and cufs,  jAnd now tlio split skirl's comin' In  Without a bit ot fuss.  ���������Houston Post,  Rider��������� If yon believe that every-  thing that takes place Is foreordained,  why did you , wallop , tlio man you  caught stealing your wood?  Deacon���������Becnuso 1 couldn't help It  I felt that it was foreordained llmt I  should wallop him.���������Uostou Transcript  Cleaning Tiling.  Never clean tilings with water, as lt  Invariably   loosens   them. '  To   make  them look bright and clean apply some  turpentine with a woolen cloth.  Ate His Way to Old Age.  Peter Czartan or Tortiu, the Belgrade  patriarch, a notorious glutton, could  not hnvo been troubled much with Indigestion, as he is stated to unre lived  to 150 aud even ISO odd years.-*  "These waves," she mused, "tliat beat nnd  roar-  How like to lite here on the shore!"  "Yes, quite like," he sadly spoke;  "Coming full swing, departing broltc."  , ���������Judge.  A summer cottage Is a place where  the peoplo act,at the dining table the  way they'd llko to whon they're at-  home, but don't dare.���������Everybody's.   ,  They wiH.be '.Indeed,. .we1 are learning , more and  deceived, as they are .at present, into j more* to-appreciate the fact that all  the' .expectation *. that they, will '��������� these wonderful things of steam po'w-  be-able'to convert theu world and :--er and!electricity, with their hundi-eds-  Jjring in the Messianio Kingdom, or i of application.-, for the .advancement  into believing, as some do-,' that Me3- ; of science and the blessing of liuman-  siali's. Kingdom has already, come and i'ty,* are'foregleams of the true Millen-  has ineffectual!,* been-atteinptins- llie-. .nium."  -contr-ol-of-lhe-wqrld-until-npw-���������T-hey-  are waiting now for a few-millions to  be--poured into the missionary treas--  ury to effect the  world's conversion  and to insure God's will being done  on earth as in Heaven.  The picture of God's laughing at  live poov human pride which will  thus vaunt .itself ,is. a forceful, one.  The failure that- will come both to  the professed people of God and to  f \ world- will, be, a, great lesson in  humility, never lo be .forgotten. The  absurdities ' of' .the ' position would  make all laugh, if they could strip  themselves of their pride and realize  that, without Divine interposition.  God's will could never prevail on  earth ns in Heaven.  The Lord's next step will bo lo produce tho Time of Trouble, which will  tench mankind tho great lesson* they  have declined to learn otherwise..  "Then,shall He speak to them in  His wrath, arid vex them in His sore  '"���������More- and���������more���������we-^are���������realizing-  that wc are in the dawning of that  New. Day, ah J. that ,the present time  of scientific development and' enlightenment is but a preparatory epoch,  making ready for tho coming blessings .of '���������Messiah's Kingdom.* The  Scriptures indeed describe the present  as ".the, day of t His preparation''���������-  preparation for the thousand years of  Messiah's, Rei[ * and the blessing, of  mankind.  ������������������* It is not for.us to say dogmatically  how soon these blessings' will burst  upon' the world'in fullest measure.  Some Scriptures indeed seem to indicate that thi./ are very close���������impending; but the* great Time of Trouble with which these blessings will  be inaugurated is almost upon us.  Tho ducontent prevalent'everywhere  is leading on rapidly toward the  trouble.  How much need we hnve to remember our-text!   How much the kings  displeasure."   That will be tho Time i nnd princes of tho world need to be  of Trouble so prominently mention  ed' throughout tho Bible, "a time of  trouble uich ns never vwns sinco .there  was a .nation," "no,' nor ever shall  be" nfterwiird.���������Daniel 12:1; Mat-  tin* w 24:21.  Human pride, human schemes,  which hnve ignored tho Divine Pro-  gram, will nil in th-t time of troublo  show their weakness. Tho result will  be as described by tho' Prophet. But  "when tho iudgmr-nts of tho" Lord nro  .instructed nnd to be wise���������to serve  tho Lord' with fear,-nnd to rejoica  -'ith hopo and yet with carefulness!  Fow much all men need to remember  tho closing words of the Psalm;  "Blessed nre nil thnt put their trust  in Him."  Tho gloriouB Head of the Kingdom  wns exulted moro than eighteen centuries ngo. Tlie First- Resurrection  will soon complete tho Body of Christ,  i iho Church through whicli  God has  abroad in the enrth, the .inlinbitftnts j designed thnt reconciliation slinll bo  of ilie world will lonrn righteous- i extended to tho world. Soon the  ness."    .(Isninh ' 26;0.)   Humanity's ; Kingdom will tnko to itself lis great  hfarlnclies nnd disappointments will "   "   eventuate in blessings, ns thoy slinll  renllzo God's gront nnd wonderful  Plan, with its length nnd breadth  nnd height nnd depth nf infinite Lovo,  in tho Kingdom of Mcssinh. "Thn  desire of nil nntlons shall come*."  (Hnggni 2:7.) Tho iron rule will compel obedience, while tho Message of  God's grnco will, ns promised, Ro  forth ns the S"** of RiclilcousneHs, in-  riugurnllng the Now Dny.  Tho concluding versos of this pro-  plictio Psalm clonrly indicate tlint. tho  iroublo under Messiah's Kingdom  will burn ngnlnst'those personi* nnd  thoso institutions which nro' unjust,  unrighteous, unholy, On tlu "onn.  trnry, all who love righteousness and  hato iniquity will bn welcomed to ns.  sofilnto tlioniselvos '-under Mossinh's  Mnndnrd, whether thoy bo rich or  poor, |i fltKiiillnl or otherwise.  However, strnngo it may npponr to  ur now, a soriouH misinterpretation  of Ihis very prophecy of the Seonntl  Psnlni wns mndo hy our well-intentioned forelftlhi-ri*. And thnt mlsln-  ternrotnllon brought Inlo thn world  n vast amount of troublo and persecution,    ii  It enmo to bo generally believed  tit-it. tiio Itedcciiier would not camo to  epL uri Ills Kl-'gJr.n*, io Dnil Sidun  i power,   Under the Headship of The  , Messiah, it will go forth conquering,  for tho purposo of blessing, uplifting  humanity, for whom Christ died,  Sassy.  Lndy���������Why, you nnughty boy! I  never henrd such lnngimgc sinco tho  dny 1 wns born,  Small Hoy���������Yes, muni. T s'poso  dcro wuz a good deal of cussin' da  dny y'u wuz horn,  Plenty of Practice.  . "1 nu-t your friend Dnhley to-dny."  "Ycr? I haven't food him for a long  fluid.   I suppoHO lio Flutters ns hndly  ns evorp"  "Oh, no!   He's quite nn adept nt It  now."  The Record Fire.   ,,  The world's record in fires is not the  great fire of London, but tbe Moscow-  tire of 1570, in which 200,000 peoplo  perished. -  Norway's Postal Service.  For fifty years Norwegian women In  the postal service;have beeu paid tho  same salaries as' men -for tho same  work. -   .,,  Whalers of Norway..  Norway's whaling Industry begiin in  1S08. ,  Ocean Steamers.  Au ocean steamer of the first class,  going ut full speed, cannot ho brought  lo_a_standslllLiuJess_thaii_tlireo_mih-J.  utes, in which time she will havo traversed a distance of about half u mile.  ..Ancient Cheeses.'  Cheeses 100 years old sire said to exist ln Switzerland.  Paperhanging. .  A good hint for those who do their  own paperhanging is to npply the  paste ���������to tho wnlllnstencl of to the paper. Amateurs will find *t much easier  to match the pattern, mul Uie paper is  less liable to tear by following this  method, besides saving time n**>il trouble.  Japan'* Coal Deposits.  There are 1,200,000,000 tons o������ -*oa)  deposits In Jnpnn.   This conl is now  being milled nt tho rato of M.000,000  tons u your, ���������  Charges highest,  Service worst;  Sunstroke, chlgser^  Hunger, thirst���������  That's vacation.  (Oh, 1 say,  1 wish I could  Get away!) *   '  J' ��������� Chicago Daily News.  V  "Do you know why I whipped you.  my son?"  ���������'No, but I was, going to ask you  when I got bigger."���������Life.  I know a littlo girl so swell  That I lovo to behold her,  And 1 am suro that she's a belie,  for 1 have often told her.  ���������Boston Uccord.  ''I.don't think Mrs. Nurlch will And  accommodations where she want's- to  go for the summer."  "Why not?!'  ' "She says she longs to sojourn on  ihe-bauks--of-the-gn!f-stro!im,-of-\vi!i(;h.  she  has  heard' so  much."���������Louisville  Courier-Journal.  Oh, lovely woman, do Jiot frown!  Your way is surely right,  Vote, If you will, but please put down  That can of dynamite.  ���������Washington 'Star.  Mantel���������I had no idea that Bunks  was worth moro than ten uiIIMokh.  .  Dunlop���������Ho wasn't until tlio jjovorn-  mont   dissolved   bis   trust- Brooklyn  Lifo.    Thlnl- of liim who In tlio mlJst of  All these wilting summer scene*  Has to pound out reams of copy     "'  For tho Christmas magazines.  ���������Donvcr rtepubiljan.  Snoring.  ���������Snoring is.due to nlr drawn In and  oxpellcd through tlio.mouth lu such a  wny ns to set tho soft pnlnto nnd uvula  vlbnitlng. Tlio reason n person Is npt  to unoro when lying on lho buck Is thnt  In thut position tho lower Jaw is npt to  drop down from tlio' pull of gravity,  thus opening lho mouth and causing  tho sleeper to breathe through It Inst ond of through tho nose. Whilo lying  on tlio side no effort ts required to keep  tho mouth closed,  Tree Hearti,  Tlio "henrt wood" of a treo hns censed to tnko nny port In tho vegotntlvo  economy of tlio tree.   Its only uhb Iu to  strong!lion tlio trunk.  Sounded Llko It.  lMither, my watch is mentally do-  rnnged."  "Why, my son. a watch enn't ho  irieiifnlly dernmjnd.  "Mine Is, The jeweler fold mo it  hnd lost its hnliince."  'WnH  It  In  l.nri-o Do*.*.-!  Doctor���������Yen,   whnt  ynu  wnnt  Is n  and to bless Un world.   A in    theory ! ^hnngo nf climnto. - Ki-whnt is your  rose, gradually   oulrr.iiiatin*- iri   the   P'S'O"0."'.  year 800 A. P, It claimiid that tho  Church, before oxnorionoing tho ro-  Burrcctioii "chango**   nt  the  Second  ft . ,  i., ���������     ,������    y.i , ���������   , , ,        11  v.w������lii..0   w.   ^i.l.iv,    Virtn   i������u\;d*Jij    u������t-  Kingdom of God and fully authorised  to reign. Under this theory, missionary work wns carriod on with a vengeance. Tho sword, tho thumb-scrow,  the rack and tho stake, ns well ns  tho national \ urn, wero all considered  proper agencies for tho cforcomont  of the Christian Inilh. This Second  Psnlrn wns especially appealed to m  lho Huthuil/.atioii for Kiich uiiuhrU'-isit  conduct.  Tt war claimed that, although Jcjiu ,  was absent, His Church w-t author- i -��������� -  lied to reign over the kingdoms of } Origin* I Sin.  t w .earth, and te   bring   tliei.i   Into j    WHo-Jolm. what   W origlnul   rin������  ���������ub;*ction.   All ki.idj of Intrigue ������nd   Hu*b������nd-Apple stealing, my desr.  Patient���������I'm the pccond mnte "of the  I.izcr Ann, just home, from AuEtralln,  ClOfl'.U   I {v..   ,  "Why has your wifo.dooided to give  un the European trip sho was con-  lomplatlngP"   ,  "Sho happened to hear somebody  sny thnt traveled broadened one."  Some   Dt������h-W.ithcr.  In ono of tho institutions of Paris  there U a dish-wiuhlng inuuhlnu mIiU'Ii  has a capacity of 14,000 difhes mu  hour.  Lace Centers.  llru.wlM Ih uuo uf (ho four Important  centers for tlio iniinufsicluro of high  priced gloves, ("i-ohoblo, Purls nnd Lux-  umbiirg boing thn only other center** of  equal or gruiiter Importuned.  Dat'Jd Spoons,  During Ilio ijovl'iiU'lmiIIi century Iu  I'tigliitul,  boforo tlio   Hugh-ill  spoon*'  chiinged from tho round to tliu'olilotig  bow It), It wns customary to ditto thom.  A Good Floor Stain.  A good floor ntnIn Hint goes right  Into tho wood and Ih vory durnblu la  mndo of linseed oil colored will) ground  burnt timhor, Huh thoroughly Into tbo  boards wllh a Humid pod nnd noxt  rlnv polish with heeuwnr nnd rumen-  lino or nny floor pollHli Hint you nro in  tiio liublt of iming,  Elsotrioity In Coal Mines.  .-fcUriiy  electric  currents Imvo  been  found In Kentucky conl iiiltict* milll-  clently poworfiil  to ojplodo l-lamin*;  powder. '!  Packing China,  Pack kI.ihh or ehliia In straw that linn  been slightly niolstonod. This wlll pro-  rent (tiff article*- from slipping nbout  Wrap eiicli nrllclo separately, placing  tho hcnrleM on Ihe bottom,  Tho real .slnto mnn wns looking  ovor tho ' ouse.  "This is tho parlor, sir?" ho nsked of  old mnn Thomas.  "Woll, I cnll it tho courtroom'," replied lho old gentleman.  "Tho courtroom)" snid tho ngent Ip-  surp'-lso. "Whnt. do you menu?" ,.,  "Well," explained Thomas, with a  knowing smll-.*, "l'vo got'seven daughters, you know."-Llpplncolt's Mn'gii-  zlno.        v ���������  When your slrtn's sunburned to a mow  And feels llko It would crack  Why In It every mnn you know  Will slap you on tho back?  -Clnch-mitl Enquirer,  Sho mflor tlio quarrel)���������1 wlll send  buck your ring nnd otlior presents tomorrow.  Uo-Oli, there's no hurry. I don't ox-  poet to bo ongnged again for a wook  or two.���������Boston Transcript.  Novcr writo a letter with a. "Burn 'hunt tho end;  In your converse boar In mini] tlio dlo-  toiji-nph;  Got not too confidential o'er the ticklish  toloplimio,  And then nt probes you enn ucrcnoly  inu-jh,  -nnltlmoru Amailcnn.  Mrs. Robinson-Anti woro .vou up (he  Hhlno?  Mi'H, do Jones���������I should think hoi  right to tho vory topi Whnt n splendid view thoro Is from tho summltl-  Tit-mtH.       r<ovo used to Imvo four IcUorn-rj,  0, V nnd 13-thnt wns tlio spell,  Hut now I uuo but ono.   A siuhII,  Wen vowol tells ths story nil,  And tells It mighty swor-tly too,  Tlmt letter, dcaroHt lieait, Is Ul  ���������John ICendrlck Hnnu* In Alnslee's.  It la Particularly' Important That Attic  and Cellar Should Have Proper and  Sufficient Ventilation ��������� Neglect of  This Causes Trouble, .  .Keeping tlio house cool In summer is  not nlwnys uu easy problem to solve.  People who hnve lnrgo houses nnd  money enough io equip them'wiih -electric funs ami* other applliinces can. of  course, keep very comfortable, but It  Is more dillicult lo muiiu^i: It In smnll  'houses,  Windows must he shaded wllh blinds,  shutters or awnings nml lie well  sirreened. All "tue heavy uiiiiulngs  ^should be removed and where possible  the carpels should bo taken up nud  cool colors, such ns white, gray, light  greens nnd blues, should lake the place  of lhe warmer eolors. Then while nius  lin curtains soften the lij-lit. though  mnny people object to even Unit niiich  drapery.  The coolest hours of.summer are the  night hours.   Therefore the ift'AU ah  should be allowed to circulate freely  through every part of lhe house.   The  best circulation is obtained-by having-  windows open at lhe t.cji nnd bottom-  instead of entirely ni the bottom.. This  lets out the hot air and lels in the cool '  When this inolhod is followed put the  screen iu the lower sash of one, window of each  room and  in  the upper  sash of another.   *''"''. '  As it Is important that sunlight, too.  should outer the house at some time ol  the day, open all the blinds and win--*  dews in lho onrly morning for a little,  while.  Then darken the houso fo> the  rest of the day.  lt  is especially ^important  that  the .  attic  and   cellar  should'hnvo  proper  ventilation.    In lhe former a skylight *>  .or window should be kept open n'mlit  and day; except, of course,  wlien it  rains;    Tho cellar windows should be  open only ut night when it is eompara-  lively cool.    Opon  Ihem  at sundown  and "close ..tliem   nt $  o'clock   in ��������� the ���������  morning..' Neglect of (bis method of;  airing the cellar** causes'n great deal'  of trouble during the hot weather.    If  the \yiudows are not closed during the  heat of "the day' the, warm,  moisture  -Indened-ajr���������cnters-lhe-celhip-and-cou���������-  douses on walls, pipes, metals, etc.-The  colder the surface llie greater will be  lho-amount of moisture'that will con-  deuse upon It, and n few-days "of neg-.  lect will make the cellar so damp that ���������  It will not be a suitable place for keeping food.   ���������  Fall  Suit  of  Peach   Cloth.  -,' Stunning isn't It this autumn suit of  ,peach cloth?   Why, the cognomen fash  iou sayelh not. but the mere layman  Infers   the  derivation  to   have  comr  Our Original Forests,  Tbe original forests or tho United  Stat**** contained timber In quantity  snd Tnrlety far exceeding that found  on tny similar tract lu tbe world.  M-.'l'<''.')t.',''l' w.'it, '/<.���������,*..-*.;,;].>'!!-.',  "Ago doesn't help you nny," ho do-  clnrod.  "I now know SOO Hiiininer ro������  lorls whoro I don't wnnt to go again,'*  -Now Vork Sun,  For riiatilane mul -inker .  There runs un old i.iw,  Of courue you have lienrd It-  "M's ull In the draw."  -Detroit I'm* Press.  KOU AUTUMN IHVfl.  from (lie downy, vMvely"hiuuuIIj surface of Iho cloth from which tho costume Is made.  Tho color Is a lovely nprleot shade  (lint tones to almost pnrplo In the  plushy fabric, The skirt is draped and  (rimmed with ullk frog oriiumcula ot  a novel eluirncter.  Thoso frogs also trim the hhi nrt llltlsj  Idmono conU  Pnrko-Do you lenvo your, Horvnnts  In chargo of your hou������u dining tho  dimmer?  f.-uie- Nut any more so tliun (ho rust  if (lio year.-Lifo,  Mn wlll iiimmer In Ihe hills;  Bit utiroa.l will roum:  rt. wlio tins to foot the bills,  Burn-iK's litre el li'inm  -f'lll-hurfh Pm*  ������A Powder Box Ban.  A pretly and usoful j-lft which may  be mndo at (ho Inst rnlnuto ns n bag for  (ho powder box:   Uso a ynrd of four  Inch ribbon In n pretty flowered do-  (ho other nml fusicu together by brlnr  stitching. Double when all dcaniH nr<  joined, and gather (ho cuds cnougl*.  (o ho iiowii lo u circular ploco of cardboard two nml n qunrler Indies In diameter. Cut two of theso and cover  with tho iIIiImiii, Hating aUui'lie.l on*  tldo, willed will ho (ho right *-;ldo ns  (ho KfUiii will hot olinw, cm ei' with the  other circular lill. An Inch from tbe-  to p tet on n Inee bending Just wld*  i-nnucti lo hold tin* draw strlngx nmf.  fenth**r or hrinr Mltvh It ou. Put Inre  It ii hoi of powder, nuil tho **,|iole  ajstcj* * very aeerptnldo pr-wiifc  MUMMM I      VciM-e< lijoo.k.  ^  'ScKIIOTOH     Cuinberlaiid  j  _-*s**ct"tTM-n-mj~ki������i.������iji   i   nu 1 iiimm^i  nTTiwi iii-huhmiim    i iipn~r������ir***~i ittuurf^t*r������ais������a**ErrJ  |-^yvj^c.v.cy.>^c-e^^^n j Masquerade Bail  .������?   -Hi ���������TV'/   'dliST-TSo       '    " sQi-nnrl  Grafld'Success  -V*>  s      f*.    r- y.    : *     i fl    ������ rl    I    fi    V V"  a H  #'4 "���������>' >i ^ .- X     # ' * ,-'     g   ��������� <'  ^ i'���������-.' -���������_> *..-> ;vi>.     \w*  -iV   k i* v  ���������X   -C- ' XT  ,������ :*.::��������� Uu; :-:!ii!c w.i^on  <> villi '' 0'; (lleCli 1S.)X  o  <>   o    FAIJ.M PUODl'CK        ,| !*.-!Miijj'! NuvcdiIkm'   H,   uikUt ' tin*  O  O  V'S-.U]  ���������Victoria, B. C. ���������  fi  '   . Wc brwOviOi snle a few slij>litlv used ami rebuilt    0  ' ' -**���������  c3     cars in lirst elnss condition, which must be fold to meet'.   ������}  ������     real-estate payment:-, *'" " '   $  8  Buick, 4"passenger,      '#275  ������  va        ...    w a. vt.     -t. v> t*w J. i1JL'.h     'i.j' C\  ft  tQ  Chi  fy i -  'ihe   ni.i.'rj'H'i'ado   I'uU    held   in  !.*:.;: -.j   m 11 '"    ivn    ��������� X I l!i'.'Uninii Hail on l.-iSr J*>:i\]*i v t".'  I      x'v   i   <   /   I   J.        . ' i   i    I < \\,        x   %.  I   *"    1 J V      J   '  ,.  ,,   ,..., . ���������      . fc *.    ���������    ,��������� ,.���������,��������� r,    1 ������  Ford Touring Oar.  v     wnr hub is i!;o ^rociuct     X ; ���������"���������'���������������������������������������������p.'-'e.s ol tho KM. \V .nt A. wns i    Q <-> .. v  '4     "���������������' "--i- 'i������l bV-lCow-i  ,  |   afir.Hi������lSlK.cosS.ineveryw,iy.     A, j   g     Fold   Toilling" Cai .( I 9 I-2)$42 5     ������  nion,tc..-c,owdu^nd,d; tlieini^k     g      Galt,FiVePaSS6I] &������ ( I 9"! 2) g  <.���������;���������* ]iiiiiil'(*rod l.;5u and    spectators  riiii.SH  :  :'VCllillt*-Y  *���������$��������� IViivt,:-'!' n:-.i.ii:1'.'.i:: :  ������������������    ,    i. i/iaRUY/  4 v  ~<.\js    h-)yyl^  *,-������������������  1'"^ "ST-I *(*'������������������  TlSli.EIl SALK X*07  SEALED TENDERS will-bo  ri'fi-ivt'd i������v the Minister nf Lands  not htir ill an noon-mi tlie 2 [si  '.'av nf November, 1013, for the  ii'.irc'!-a*-e of Timber Li-.-onee X 07,-  c -wring Lot -.LS-L^Craf-.nift Island.  Two years wiil be allowed- for  llie. ri'inoval nf. lli"'rii-il���������<.>���������*.      Ptir-  Mvula.1-;* orClVief I'oro-jftn*^*"'ido������������������[;*"  B...0.  -<sw-  ^NRW   PASSHKOKR SCHED-  ; , 'ULE..  (Oetoher  201 h 1913.)  Train leave.; Cumbeiland:'   '  T  jit  i'tiesd;* y���������  Wednesday  Thursday ..  Friday   .'. .  Saturday , ,,  ...Sunday....  ....7a. in  ,12 75 p. in  .. . 8 p, m  ���������  ��������� 5 P- Ji-  ���������*������������������? ���������"'��������� V  . ...5 P. iii  ...7a 111  . . ..7 a  111  . ...) p. ;n  aiiiciiiilinif to abont 300. V,\e:y  availabie inch of rooiu was" occupied,'tlm great variety'of .costumes  jjoinp: lo ini'ike up-.ii scene which  was decidedly picturesque, The  numerous' competitors for each  prize made llie work of the jnd  ges anylLino* but easy, but they  acted in lhat capacity to the. best  bf their abilitv.  The fiillirwiiicr is the list of  those t" whoi'ii prizes have been  awarded :������������������  YwA dressed lady, Miss H. Cun  liir'e; bust drrssed gent,' Mrs.  J'onora; national cluii-actoi*,' P.  Shearer; susSained character, J.  ]lunis;.cow o-irl, Miss.R. Cuidiif;  clown, Iv.___Uu.sliford;   advertisinxr  NOTICK -  Any person ov  persons iutcn-  din*;-   to    vegister    as  voters, as  lioldcis of agrc-irinc.it of   sale   of  Jand or real   property,   muse file  -with   .lie    Municipal   Cleri;   a  ���������Statutory declaration,    proving  ���������tlmt he or ehw i.s   the   holder   of  the last agreement o( sale to1 pur-  ���������ehnse land or real   property,   or  ���������lie  last   nssignco   (hereof,   iiiui  ;lTii llie current year's   tnNe-i aiv  ��������� -pciid, before the .closing   of   lhe  vo'ei:*; iist at, five p, ui.   on  Nov,  *?,oih T'13, otherwise tlu ir name  '"��������� nanifs shall   not  be  inserted  .on ilie li-f of municipal v>t* rs,  A. McK" innox,  -1      City   Clerk.  ("Uy Hall, Nov, 11 di 1 (j 13  NOTICI*;  ((icnut ������';f lievisiuii)  A Coiirl of Revision  torc-i-i'  lhe voters lii-t fnr the year 1914,  will   be . held    in   the   Council  .-Chamber-', 011   Wednesday,    I)-.'-  clinra.fei-, S. Lejiitre; hobo, A.  Goi'dwii.-'represeiiialivH U. M. W.  -if0A., Mr*. '\V. Clarke; il.iwer  o-irl, '-Miss C lieese; old lady,  Miss V. J'oaes, .old f������ent,H Ko'-itur;  Topsy, Master A. MuAllisb r; -special prize, niven by Mr. Witche1,  of the Crown Thealre, Mrs, Krai:-  eeschiri; prize waltz, Mrs. Ilobiii  r'������ii. Ai.nl J. (c)ii,;uii; two sfep, Mrs'1  j'i,ni)c.c.'--hini and .1. (Juinn; round  wall;., Mrs, Freloni nud W.Brown  three step, MissC. Aitken mid A  Connor;' Irn-hlunri scliottische, Mrt*.  U. Hns) 1 ford nntl L. Cnwlhonio.  The (j-iuiiuitloo lake this opportunity of thankin.'T all subscril ors  and sympathisers wlu assisted to  mnlv'e thu masqtiornde a success,,   4������   (?)  ^���������"ood  Wood ������  Wood       ������  '���������J Now is the timo lo phice    $  f>) your order   for    SI.All    ������j  '& WOOD                 k  tS) ������  {.) ii'AAd)., .jii'i' double loud    fe  [i| )Mer.0.,. .per single hmd    (?)  |i������ Vrom The               I  .comber,nuh, IO''?   at 7,10 p, in.   & n������      t ���������           r������  1 1      $.  , . - *   ' y \     k "tar hv^rv vaMps ?  j in* v..wiii l hii.ni  nrir  uiui tielei-    (ii ���������*' *w*   -*-4VwSj   *J.������������.������syj   &  .mnn: any niitiiicaion lo siribi out I *'*' .                                    ������  or add auv name or names which 1  n,,y h.ivv-'bceii   improperly   iu-      W. W. W.llardleft   by   {Sun-  M-rli-d nr o-niMerl fioin tin* li-t. nl  .which, ail persons are lureby re  quired to take not ice,  A. McKin.no.v,  City Clerk.  .Ci'y Hall, !sov)( 1 uh. 1913,  (JO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  KOU   YOUll  Gen'I BlacKsmifhing  ���������AND���������  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Cumberland,  $325 ������  $350' 8  0 y*  Vl     I)emoiistratoiy?ii������iuly used, elecric slarler, ) , ft^E/V    ^  0 and liohts.   "���������-     ��������� i    ylldU-' ������  0 ������������������ " ���������  6  $275. 1  I  Ford Touring Gar  v .f.nd seveiai oilier Touring. Cars and Trucks-.  ���������GCcc������60������sS������������������C���������*e-<3es������e������ ��������� -e6Gt5G���������ce������������ GtscsGeseee������  ���������a  UkTCiuntSUn UK*, -vc^im^rrwr'n^rr-    ������������������'T^.-.TT'::*-^*���������J-1 !EirV"_  mrttr-rr^'~r~-"'���������*-������f���������������-��������� jr.r-������-������*i-^-^-n������i-r.������ . ^x  KI'tillllllllllllllllliiffilKlllllllllllllilllllSliiillllliiiilllllilli^ 11  : i . - tQ I I  U '    * . - * , -3(  ���������-- rt     ���������  L'"f  10^     HaHR-Ban     - ������^wsr "  "CT3SS!*?T"'7*';i>yT;.--;rT'T;:������TTr^-'rr-.***"tk~---.---.;,--t-*.-j".-*���������^m-rrvnr���������^r-iA'". ������ vti-mtb  ���������pwa^  .aten  ^ov .  Bin* smf'i  i*^ jl V^   ^? AT*. I La  }  Tyr?������$  O0'  " 1'  I  7 1  ^^r  ���������*isa������*  atapda"\  A*.  d'  0  1'"  * ri    Lr,  hi n ���������  f%?7r ff^,>t^'^**^^c^fif������<a^^^ fc^i!I^-*s-;*������(V'^-*V,������*������--ai^-^  I     FMAROCCHi BRC"     "  1 *^*  ^  BA If KT O <  GROCERS   &  AND PROPRIETORS   OF,  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS-  Agents "for Pilsener Brewing Con-pain's RUHR  * ~ Wholesale*Dealers  in all Kinds of  i  1  y .-.Wines and Liquors.,. 0     ' T  SECOND , STREET . '.- ���������" 1  V *������..'* *   jjf^^'  JjjTV. M^l,l*������v^'i-n-^������*w������*--^ '^^a������^������lVl^?W���������**^*>*^w/l  i  f  T  I  ' MERCHANT   TAILORS' -'-  ���������I Ladies'v& Gentlemen's" Passable Tailor  r   ' '  5   SUITS MAI.)K TO ORDER   fh.ir.   ,1'2o  .lo.-jiijo for thu  Cleaning, Pressing and Repaiii-p^-,  S.V1B  ���������'**i;r  Onmbsrland-  +  i  t  t  T  r  ���������?(  r  t  t  T  J  i  .'..T���������?���������J���������!���������j..J���������J..J.,J���������J.,J,.J.,Jg,|..J..t���������J..J.,J-J..J,    ������j.ijifjt^irj.pj,rj,fjipjlrj.rj-i'jirj^^,ji.j<rj^rji^fjirj.fjl  The Coj'-nial  Cvuipany after a  din's boat for Nminitno,  _ ���������<>���������      -  (leiu-ral Mmmgcr Coulson, of  the Canadian Collieries yctunicd  l-'isi wedi lo Victoria.  WOOD I'OR   SAUi-IWe  f,Sfi  T.Pierce, Minto,  r , ��������� Mr. \ ictor M.   IlnrijsoM, bar  yav  succ'ssiil   eiv.'ii'ji'.'ineiit   n* ,  , , v,      ��������� ,   t-,    -.r  .*',, ���������..*     *    .'.',    ,.      Iris'ei*, ol N.iu.uino,   /ind   f.-ben>T  lhe 1 n/.'-'i   i hc.-sirc IcU io, 1 01 ri...      ,    , . , .  ,,,,,. 1 1 raw lord,   were   in   town   th.H  jell.iv -rn   v\ .������������������diR-.sd.i1 .  !&���������<>:..&���������  Got Yonr EIisos Fixed on Tiai������9  It's STour Gain And Miuea ��������� ���������  Leslie J." Aston  *J*mmm*iu*a*t\MMm  PRACTICAL BOOT  Bumcannir Avemiue-   Ciusnberlancl.  3 G^Eaiisaisss^^a  iove.m-D*e;p-  "Everything, in store reduced..  STORE CLOSED ' FBI-DAT  THE ."iDSAL'.'- STOSE., x������*v������n:vM\o  a fti  1  3  !ri  9 i1  IHilllillMIIIIIKIIIISIIIIKIIira  '������--*-'=���������������^���������-^������c������n������a������-*.--i.���������=^  ^,ll!i;illl!l!i;il!llli!ii!!!!lli;'i:!!!lffll!!!i:i;iilill!!!ii:|!:li:!!!;i MSacKSilWEi'fflBQfl.nii'Mi-Jim^^^ ������l  4_&PiMje*uiUZ-3jUjj3B9^6o^^  I . The "Royal'-.Bank* ofXaqada. . {['  I  DHAFTri'  I:^Ui:;j   IN   ANT   C'URIIKNCY," ��������� PA VA IU:JS ' ALL f  I    ������������������   " ������.    '     '     ':   '-OVE11   TIIK    WOIfLl). .���������.���������..���������-.. I  I SPEC1-AL A'rVlCNTiOX paid to SAYIXUS AGOOUNTS it b-leto'-i  t  ~i ' nt hij;host   Oi'ivn-i'-t Rulci? -.iHmWhI oh In-po* ii^= (,{ ."jii nn'd iipv.'ardi-.    't.i  I CJilLiSa^-VID, 'B   0 ,  B.'.mja, Oo)a Daily.. . , , S  & ���������        U.NI0M VJ������Y, 11,0,   E'lb-Bnm'ch, Opdii Tuesdiiys'A;. Fiidays       '-^'J  -\  I-  '.\  I -    '      D..M. MORRISON, Munnger.   ���������.  f fOURrJEKAY,   K*. C ,    Br'aneh,-  Opon Doily..  I *    -    -     R. M. HARDWICKE, Manager] .'  ���������  %/|:iilill!llillllllllllllllllllLII!lll!!]!!l!>|.illll!!!!ll!!;l!;HI!liil!;i!!l!!li:ii:y  K.jitv*r*miLZMi.~2-z.xairzr^.?.*z~:i.v+xZ' x.u;tui.m'y% Xi^KauM.izv-.-^-^iz.-tw'i^-ii  ������������������**^-rfcWa������a**fMf.W*U������^S,yWEUtP-.Ui^-   ��������������� (���������  P, Philupps Harrison  ..   BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTA'RY   PUBLIC- ,. CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUnOERLAND,  ft! ^ D ������  *s^'^y^*������.^*--ii.';fl*n*.-r*j������*  J\ ������A^**t-������.������->,**t/^, ^     t-Tii* 4   1/   t  ^jwLu**t-nw-t*JsW������   v Ar IT  Manafac-tarer ofMIHEEAL WATEE  CUMBERLAND I  ������i.,rT':"r*-vu3.irAr-i*--sjvvxr^.r.vw7i-,*i*s.i  r. 0. vox 'ins  PHONE 20..,.  asasinsu^.^  .^".r-n"*  iMnvaiari. smr������t f i' p.m.1.  J.i_-������    .O.I.. ..Jfcl  ^TSSKi^iSSESSffi*^^  The  -<?khta lur  tt.���������^���������.tal^���������^^lWl������wtl���������������w.rkt.wwJK^ll^i������lWMKV.������^,w���������as*^w���������.^wiOT j   Im  BasK2aKH*ja K������aa,H!rrIK'������������������ cawn3aa������x-������2J^2*������i*i i**ii.r:;"ff.'2?KXV tiraT&JBs^cKttwsmixs*' v  If YOU GET IT AT       PLIMLEY'8  IT'S ALL RIGHT  )  ig hall ir  Gyele Prices  ^^ STORE *������&  hisses  General Merchants & Bakers  tltt'^t'T"1 ","n,,.ri|''nr!nr-rT x^-^v"..*'L*ir!:r.'~tzrr^n^rr  vv 'r������:  FRUIT, OA-IiTIDY 3UTOJ  P. O. Box 262 Cumberland, B.C.  During stock-i;iking wo havo. round that wc  have quite* a n-unlv!*- cf 'seconrl-hanil sl-.op-  soilccl'-Hiul "i-c.lunu'd from liini" machines  -inti an- iu)itlinpj an end ol ncnsun clearance  at big price: ruduciions,.,   Look into ihis.  Thos. Plimley  ii n  730 YATES STREET  VICT:  , 1ffj^pStSK3KB3BiSTa,X  ���������   *       **i    C     I  t.  t .   . }    I..J,    Vr'*    j  ������QCtSSCSZO Si^S*a^t^*u*fcww������s������-* WUKU'.V/\'l   Nr''.  ���������������������������fl


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