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The Cumberland News Sep 17, 1913

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 W'?  ���������'., hW'Y'.'> : /^^^v--^^ ,V  *rK_^&_s*_3tK.m_nE_t_s:_^^  " ��������� ' o  ������������������__i-_--____~aMci___Mr>_K3b_)ja'-_������v matotattiuu** _��������������� mii-i.i w iii.i* <������..-rf,--l'ar-r_ at  OUR STOCK OF  o.  MLI-LINEftY- includes many of tho latest  models direct from the Lending Fashion Centres and embraces a showing worthy "of* your,  inspection.   '  , ���������'  ��������� Wo know tho -objection put forward at  times that it is difilcult to gel something others do not have. To assure exclusiyeie^s  we are dealing with some manufacturers who  do not have an agency in Cuinberlaiid and  have given us iheir latest styles for exclusive  cnowing.  We strive as far as possible, especially  in our better lines," to have no two "mode-Is  alike. On Friday wc expect a largeaddition  to our already extensive stuck whk'h awaits  your inspection.  ~ -  SIMON  IIV ���������������������������������������������  Lu_mu_E_as  ���������fcEISER^'Cp.; LO  -.���������J. uusmuir Avenue,,  __, Gllil BEii-L--=NX_  auy mijws ami _,ei  It is interesting to seo that- tho  Belfast Harbor Board have decided to proceed, at a cost of 75,8(10  pounds with- lhe building oLa  new.whnrf for tho accomodation  of large liners. Tlicy will need-  it", for, besides lhe four large,  steamers which Messrs ' ilai;land,  and-Wolf are building in Glas-  gow and towing over to bo fitted  iu Belfast this year, a snper-Olyi.ii.  pic as large as the "'Impeiator,? js  to.be launched next year at  Queen's Island; and two more  scarcely less large are- to .follow.  At the same time, thon<_, Mr.  Guorgo S. Clark keeps on   s?avin������r  *-��������� - l a- O  that lioine Utile will be the eiid  of all things. Messrs Work nian  and Clark are preparing to extend  two .of their'slips so as" to build  larger ships than' ever, .before^  l.loine Rule may be tin-* end of a  good many things ; evidently, in  the opinion of such excellent authorities as the Del fast II arbor  Board, it will not be the end-, of  Belfast shipping. - .  -^  t^*ttJ\/*^mf*^iJ^4vf^f������* pft^^<N>-tfS^W^  -KS.-_-_mss-r.  MEETING OF COUNCIL  ��������� The City-Council held their  regular session on' Monday even-  ing.a.tln-re. being present Aid.  Beveridge, Miller, Aspesi, Maxwell, Richards and the, mayor.  The minutes ot. last regular  and special meetings ��������� were read  and adopted.  Coinmuiiica'ions from the At  torucy General's dep.mn.cut ie  theappoiutiuou1' ofj. Maitlaul-  Dougall as police inagistrale for  the city of Cuinberlaiid \vithot.t  pay, ulsoconimunicatiou.ro the  matter of inquests, staling thnt  no re 1 uud of amounts paid by the  department for such would ' be  pressed for, as lho claim was  made iu error. Communication  was also received iu the matter  of polieccourt fines and the i/im  plo) ing of a stenographer.  Accounts amounting lo #i.p;..  56 were received and passed over  lo luuaoe Committee  Police court lines for July:  Fines ,....$77.50  Kxpetiscs  57.80  Miller, requested that a light be  ���������placed iu lli Vicinity of his premises, Mr, Banks at'his .own sutr-  gestion lo have the light installed, the city Lo pay for the light.  -^Carried.'  The council adjourned. ���������  Mr. Wm. Cornwell, of Lunc-a-  hire, England and Miss Marian  Fyfc l'ctric, of " Dunfirniline,  Scotland, caughterof Mr. P.tri.-,  master mechanic at No. S town-  site, were united in marriage ou  Monday evening last, liev. J.  Hood oiliciatiug. We hear that  the example . sot by' this  youug couple-is to be followed  .shortly by others at No. 8. Keep  the "sky pilots'' busy,  Word has been received that  the petition teut io the Attorney-  Geiieiul ltquesiiug that, Mr, A.b-  rains be reinstated as police  magistrate, will have his eaieful  consideration, and that thp pros-  cut appointment is but a lcm  porary one.  Grandma's Crinoline  Coming Back Again  Paris, France,'Sept.', 12.���������Tlie'  revival." of grandma's crinoline  this winter is predicted, by . Mo -  lisfin V iiiegi'ove7~aH)iler .of"faslPJ  ions, in the Krench capital. ' .Jt  will    predominate * in     .veiiingr  I <���������        '        . _���������  gowns, extending' below th������  knees, with a softer substance below, and tho dress .will be trimmed with fur. ���������, Unexaggeratcd  panniers will be 'in style, slit  bkirts will bo lowered, there'woiit  ���������bo any moro X-ray skirts, b.di-  .es will bo exceedingly decollete,  ai.d the petticoat, says the dress  designer, lias gono never to  return.  Tho following l������tter   from  the  Secretary   of   the   11. C.  School  Trustees'   Association   Has   beei  forwarded to us for. publication:���������  *    Dear Mr. Editor:���������Kindly mil.  lish- tho  following  note   of   our  coining convention, to wit:  .'. -The. 10th   Annual   Convention  of the Provincial Trustees'   Asso  ciation will-bo held in theGcoJay  School,  Victoria,   October 21 to'  2.'.    The attendance, the.import,  ance and the nnigo of resolutions,  all promise -do   mark a milestone  in'the historyof tlie Asssociation.  At a recent mooting of tho Executive it was decided, to  devote  a  large  portion,of the four days   to  a discussion of the  various  ques  turns-    afFi'ding " the'    different  Boards and  localities.    It  is expected tliat very  few Boards will  be" unrepresented, while   a '  number' will  send almost the en  tire  membership.    The Victoria  Board,  assisted    by   snrronndiii"  Boards, will take every   pains - to  mako tho stay  0f   the   delegate*  very   inti',resting.      The  various  Secretaries, aie asked'immediately  to hand 111 a list of resolutions for  discussion.   '.These  should   be' in  the Secretaryvs hands   immediately,;   It is time  now for tho  va'ri  ous Boards lo  select   their ��������� dele  gates���������every'   member   of   every  irge  I  If tho individual who mailed to  1116 that anonymous communication dated Sept., Llth, will hnve  the honesty to lay the .uuio, inf'ur-  ination before nm in person, 1  shall have iho cl arj;i������ investigiit-.d  immediately,  A. OAMLMIKLL  llalauec paid to city... $19.70  Constable Gray'd report:  Scavenger #76,75  Hull Kent.    4000  Road Tux ,     3.00  ���������scavenger bucket        00  Secretary Hannerman   of   the  fire department, .submitted a list  ol membership for council's np  .ir������>vn1, which wn*   received   ind  hied.  Aid. Ueveridgc iulrohiced a  tax sulo by law, which lcceived  its' first and second rending.  The Mas or and City CU-rU  W't'io aulh'riz������-(l t ������ try nud nr-  range for nu ove.iliaft nt llie  Royal iiank io pay teachers and  ei vie salaries. I'or August.  'i\ 1$a lluuks,  Enough  AM.  A very successful concert and"  dance was held in Union Hail 011  Tuesday evening under tho auspices of the U. M. W. of A.  This was iu celobration ol the  strike, which occurred on Sept.  16th 19x3. The hall wan packed. i,eircsli.i.out_ were served  during the eveniu  ���������8-  Yoa can get a diup of com foil ut  \ou'r uienls now. The < ro stvl)  has beeu bjoken. It has been a  long dry spell, and it has parched many throats.  The Government is about to  a mnience n survey of fifty ex piled timber licences in the Comox  DiHirici. They compiise sonic  30,000 acres and it is possible  that a quantity of this laud may  be'found suit able for settlement.  If so these lands will be Ihiown  open for pre-emption, Outside  of the Comox Distiict there are  some 1.200 expired timber licen ���������  ces wliich will be examined as  speedily 11 s possiblo. The policy  of the forest branch ib to asccr-'  tain exactly tlio nature of the  laud in these expired timber ureas and to utilize it for the purpose for which it is I est suited In  tiii.i policy tiie i,auu.s jJupan-  nient is far ahead of any similai  department iu Canada.���������Week.  -i.-niu-iii.iy-no���������a-u.legate, j nose  names should die handed to the  Secretary some time.before tlioTii  Hituto meets. All delegates to  the Convention will see that they  pay -full fare one way, aiid'Ya'ke a  Standard Certificate, and by so  doingjmiy be expected to bo re-  tiirh'cd free, By arran'o'iiiiT the  time wo linve,'\ve expect rothino  to stand in the way of every  Board being present'.. ' Beside the  Institute proper, a pRrt of four  days will V allotted to vi.itiug  schools Shall not every Trustee  aim to be present ? It will ho a  treat and part of a' libera! education to every Trustee present.  None- cii,i) all'urd to nnVs  it.    ���������  J. J. DOUG AN  Where i.s ''Dick" these days?  We have a bundle of Timrs  waiting for him. Wc are afraid  he has gone back on the Liberal  paper. Stick to the party Dick,  we won't always be at the tail  end. ^ Laurier is imt dead, and  ���������'Dnd*'.is still living; so thec is  hope.  fcl BROS.  __^__3_!_3_^__fBJra������������pH^  ;pect the following :  MEN'S FOOTWEAR Just.,to hand our First FallShip-   $  ment of Ames IJoklen and   McCready   SHOES,   in' the, %:  newes shapes, colors black0 aud    brown,  biiitou and   laee...������  MENS SUITS���������These are h^i-'&iu: the newest'shapes.and- %  styles, colors navy, brown,   bronze, black, purple etc.       if  MILLINERY ���������First showing of'Ladies' WinterMillir.fM'Y' g  LADIES' IlLANKET COATS newest shades .and styles'.   ^  FOR THE CHILDREN���������The tamouV^Margaret" Sweaters, and Sweater Suits,   in shades Navy  Cardinal & white.  ^^^^^^sSmm^ss^sssss^^m^fS'  THE CORNER STORE  Messrs Frank Farrington  and  Robert Footer, addressed  a larsfe  1 i; o  gathering on tho strike situation,-  in the'LJ. M. W. of A.  Hall   on  Sunday "evening.  al O  ,IJ. P."Harrison,   barrister, left  lOirSmraaynmenOTiT^  Victoria on business. lie will return on  Tl.uirsdiv.  . The'hunting season for certain  kiuds-of game-''opened oii -Mon  day, Sept. 15th,  We hear that tho building of  a fine large public hall is under  serious consideration by our  Union neighbours- " We , also  hear that, a number of housos are  to be built down that way. Go  at il hoys, we admire "your pluck  if the report be true. It you  have Kx������Mayor McLcod interested; he will make it go.  Dr. Ceo. K. and Mrs. - Mae  Natiglrfon anived homo oh-Thurs-  day evening j^r, from; Chaikum,"  i\Tew Brunswiok. They weie accompanied by -tho doctor's ntotb1.  cr, Mrs.-William MacNaughton,  who   had   recovered    sufHcientl/  1 rosrriTC.HTCOTTTT6Wim.sTl 1TT-S3���������Ti7"  make the journey across the  con-  tinent.  A post   oflice ��������� yyas   opened   at  Hovan.(No. .7) on. jMond'ay.  will be a great convenience to th  people of Bevan.  . ���������'  'Ml    ���������  ihis  Tlm Cumberland merchants  will close their places of business on Iho coming Friday after-  noon, it being the great day of  theCotirlenay Fair.  Our high school has over  twenty five .Indents in attendance. This is n huge attendance iu comparison with former  terms, a'nd speaks well I'or" bo'li  teachers and pupils iu the late  examinations.  ^���������._._m ft- . ���������  Robeit Grant mid his km Albert, ot Victoria,arrived in town  ou Sunday night. They went  hunting this week ou Hornby  Island, and bagged 'wo deer aud  thiity-five birds,  Mr. Fred Ditmlass, of Victoria arrived in town with Mr,  R. Grant ou Sundiiy.    Thev will  *' *  return to ihat city on Thursday.  lilRTii���������At Cumberland on  Friday, Sepr, lath, to tho wife of  Mr.' Robert Allen, of "Courteiiav,  a son,  Waaliiugton,- Sept. n~PrcM������  dent Gompers of the American,  Federation.of Labor continued,  today before the lobby committee his slory of the political and  legislative activities of the l'\>d-  eratiou.  Gompers said   that  since   I he  congressional  campaign of J909,,  1 ho federation's political  activity  has   not    Letn   systematic,   but  rather .sporadic.    He said he was  opposed lo socialism.  ���������  {,l believe iu doing something  to better things   today���������not   tomorrow,'' he   said.    "I came to..  the conclusion n.iany   years   ago  that we should'work for the bet  ter evolution of society in which  we live and not for the downfall  of society.  The Comox Valley liotel bars  reopened 011 Wednesday. It is  expected that Cumberland will  shortly follow suit,  M**__.;"������. l^xt;  K. C. Elude, is noenf <W il-c  ''Ford'' and '���������Chaliuer'1 automobiles.    Oiti��������� for hire,    IMione ifi  Annual   Harvest   Thank  SglVa  The Ladies'Aid ol St. George's   "������������   xvu'    "������   "hvivetl   iu   the  Methodiiat church l^-xt Sunday  wiih the usual di-play of flower.  and fruits, and special murie by  lhe e ,oir.  1'rcj.hyf.ti.... chinch will serve  dinner iu the baseuieiit of the  chuicli 011 the evening u!  Thnnksgiving Day. l'artinilars  Iat������*r.  Thanks "Will," tk-y wru-   ..:i  ri'������ht.  f_  New Arrivals  rnv  a^Aptiooeu ims weeK  h'tdl Pros* Goi'ds iu fill the fiisliioimble slnules in plain  and novelty weaves, coiiipi'ihiug nerg.'.-., I'opliiip, Ilitiiiotf  Satin Clotl'iH, Tweeibi, I'htids,  l.udien'   Cloths,    l'aminitii',  y,.\\.  ���������tail (\.,ii.i .-  Ladles', Misses and Children's Clolli and  Coats in all the prevailing Mylcb A lho  nl the leiii-t possible prices,  Tweed  season  at  ladies', Misses', anil Children's Sweater Coats in phin, self colors and  color combinations with the new siiawi collar.  Choice Selections in Wrappers, Wrappcrctlcs a.id Kimu Cloths.  CAMPBELLS  ta'Yi'.  fei������  <_+.������*���������*:-������  / "-y-������*w    -  ,  I  Ii'i  'ji  J  V  l|?r*t'*i'*"T!; m*yt***+***%*���������*'������������������*���������*��������� -t^r*** a ���������Md-.ty.y^^- y^* ii-'������iMh.^-.*fWvm_������ -   '-������<������-   *r^.,.~,r.^���������1,.   .-n-r_-���������_i_ *_.-_���������_. __ ���������_u- ..__���������_���������_������������������ _������������������_ THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. 3_. G,  V-     ������  f  AMENDS  _4  By E. R. Punshon  Ware!, Lock A Co., Limited  lu  London, Melbourno A Toronto- n  %��������� ..#  (ConU__e<t)   .,  Oil, you are simply ninrblu .through  ������::u through, declared Dom and took  uerself oft' in disgust.  Vet if,Dora haa soon,with what ngi-  u.iioii Juan paced up and down the  loom nfier she had left' her, she might  Lave changed her opinion of Joan's  marble-like iiualiilos. Was it so plain  Joan asked herself with n terrible ngl-  lation, that others could see that li������nt  'i:i Edward Thorold's' eyes? Had somo  one perhaps seen  head and .print his burning- kiss upon  her hand���������her hand  that had never  .ceiiied to lier the same since then?  It was all fully, she lold herself with  bitterness,   for  what, could  she   ever  be,, to bim, or what could she ever let  liim be to her, who had begun their  acquaintance  by  speaking  to  her  of  that   lonely house  upon   the  clowns?  How could she ever mingle the tainted stream of'life with thai of-an lumps t and an upright man? There was  .lirr mother, loo, her poor weak, sei-  ��������� lish, ailing; ..foolish  mother���������lhe  first  place' must be given  to her.      .loan  sighed heavily, and silting down she  remained for a long lime In an attitude of intense dejection, from which  -lie was only aroused by the sound of  her father's  voice in the hall.  1 was not in safety, neither had I  rest, neither was 1 quiet, yet trouble  came, she quoted (o herself with bitterness, and then she went out into  the hall.  Will you come in here? she.,said to  her father, 1 wish to speak to you.  -Mr. Durand looked at her sharply.  There was something in her voice that  impressed him with a sense of danger,  , but his countenance- wore only the  .usual mocking smile as lie limped into the room after her.  Wo went to Lady -Martin's ball, she  began abruptly.  And   1   trust   lhat   you   enjoyed   it,  " be returned.   ���������  Whilst we were there, she continued, Lady Martin's pearl necklace was taken. ,  I hope and trust, he said with a  sudden start, that you are not going  to confess you stole it.  Oh father, cried Joan, immeasurably   suing, how can ycu mock me so?  Thorold and young Frank are hot related.     Why do you ask?  Because, she answered,' I wish to  know where Mr.-Frank Is now?  This was the most unexpected question of all, and Durand's face was  \ T" T I f'llasl,.v- A moment or two passed  l\ I     fl before be answered.      Then he said  J. JtJL_f_L_/ . | thickly: My girl���������you had best be  careful.  And you also, Joan answered slowly,  for it is in my mind that these questions I am asking you, and you do not  {seem to like, Mr, Thorold also may  some day put to you.  Exceedingly pale, his limp so pronounced ihat it seemed he. walked  with some difficulty, Durand went out  of the room.' When he e^tne back In  a few minutes his face was flushed  and he brought nn'aroma of brandy  with him.  Now my girl, lie mild, what's all  this Jon want to know?  lwant iu know about''young Mr.  Frank', Joan replied, 1 believe you  wero���������swindling- him. 1 bollcvo no.  When 1 agreed to go to that hotisc  on the downs It was because 1 wished  Uni stoop his tall I10 niako "-'"'"in what, was going on.  I tell you frankly ] believed you and  your friends were playing cards with  him and cheating him out, of large  sums., lf 1 saw anything to show  my suspicions were right,    1    meant  to���������  Hut,, instead, my girl, interrupted  her father, you got a crack'on the  head by an unfortunate accident���������next  time it. may be more ibaii a crack,  and the accident may be more than  unfortunate.  That would neither surprise nor  distress me,- she answered quietly.  Durand looked at her, and felt himself becoming very uneasy. Instinctively he had been aware for some  time that a crisis was approaching' in  his relations with his daughter. ' lt,  crossed his mind that if she were really going-to prove restive it might be-i  both a difficult, and a dangerous task  to coerce her, It seemed to him that  unless he could manage to allay the  suspicions Mutt she was evidently entertaining he might find .difficulty in  carrying out the plan he had of involving her so deeply with him, before she understood wbat she. was doing, Lhat she would have no option  but to go on. lie had an idea.that  if Joan could once be entrapped^in  some way, her very desperation and  despair might .make her useful to  ihem���������she would consider herself lost,  she would feel that nothing mattered,  she would become utterly reckless if  once she could be pushed across Uiat  narrow line which in this world, that  razor like .edge which to our knowledge, divides the sinner from the  saint as the mountain from the valley,  the stars from the uttermost abyss.  But now the point was to allay -her  and   Durand   determined  Outing Shoes  For  ��������� Everybody  THE PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUR DEALER. *\\  ������������������-._.a������WM I  of the- fact that Mr. Edward Thorold  had offered n reward for ihe recovery  of his brother's body, so thai it seemed to hor ccriain that he at least be-  li'.ved .thai ,-hls brother lad been  drowned.  Are you now satisfied, Mr. Durand  inquired in his smoothest voice, that  you have been doing an innocent man  who happens also to be your father,'  u terrible Injustice?  If seems so���������ll  seems so, she said,  slowly.  ('_.-   be  Continued) -������  Water  In  the  Farmer's House  One of the features of life on the  farm most  dreaded by visitors from  the city is the traditional absence of  a convenient and ample water supply,  and of tbe privilege of the real bath.  There was a time    when   it    was  thought impossible to,  supply    these  conveniences.      But as the comforts  of civilization have spread and sanitary  engineers have  given  their  attention   to  the  subject,,,it  has  been,  found   entirely "practicable,   and   not  excessively'expensive, Lo instal in the'  farm homes almost   identically    the  same appliances as are now found ia  -tlie homes of the city.  The most popular .type of country  water supply is the air pressure system. .It. is quite simple, consisting  of a specially constructed steel air-  most  commonly  The Submarine Violin  The navy department has adopted  a submarine-* violin for the tram-mission of messages between submarine  torpedo boats atifa shore stations or  other vesssis. Exhaustive tests-of  tho aparatus have been made in a  submarine at, Hampton Roads, Va.,  nnd three sets'-of. the signal device  have been ordered on as many vessels.   '  The mechanism is au adaption of  the violin. From one side of the  submarino project two steel stays.  From the ends of theso is stretched  taut a piano wire. Touching the  wlro Is the roughened rim of a-wheol  which, when it revolves, sets up vibrations in the wire. The wheel is  controlled by a motor inside the hull  of the submarino and t.he motor, in  turn, is controlled by a Morse Key.  When tlio key la pressed the motor  begins to revolve, the exterior wheel  sci aping tho wire precisely as u bow  agliates a violin string. The hull uf  the submarine acts us a sounding  board. The key Is used precisely ns  an ordinary Morse key and dots and  dashes are hu mined on the wire as  the key Is released. About eight  words per minute is the best, speed so  far attained.  The receiving apparatus is the ordinary telephone receiver. The end  under, water may be connected by insulated., wires to a fort, shore station  or another vessel,  The experiments at Hampton Roads  showed that the vibrations may he  heard clearly at a distance-of five  miles." Naval officers believe that the  device can be perfected so that' the  range of the mechanism may be greatly extended.  Christian Berger, an Australian, is  tlie Inventor of Lhe submarine violin.  He attempted to get the Australian  Government to make tests of it, .but  failed. ' Coming to the United States  ho sucee-ded in convincing the Navy  Department officials of the practicability of the scheme.  The bignal Is a simple' device and  does not get.,out of order easily. lt  is available at all depths. lt is expected to add not only to the ease of  REMfNGlON  yyM&AY  WQ$i$������  Bottom Ejection; Solid Breech, Hammerless; Safe  {"iS^ao������rS3  \Y/HATS the  ase'of a repeating,gun tliat  ���������     throws the  shells, smoke  and gases in  the way of your aim ? ,������     ���������  "Hint's lhe question' tlint started us -working on the  Remington Bottom Ejection Pump Gun���������the only gun of  of its kind on the market, und1 used by thousanda of  gunners all over the country- -<'  Solid Breech, Hiunmnlrc*.   Perfectly Bnlivncerl.   Tlnee In'oiiill Solely Device*���������occidental dii-  clioi_c impossible.   Simple Take-down���������ft qiiMter linn of lhe brmcl, without tools.  We will bo [jliid lo tend you n booklet tlmt explains dimply many technical points of  ' " ' clo<ie������t������ fclucfy.   Your noma and ndatcss  2  gun conMrurlion which arc well worth your -oc'ea-' tlucly.   Your noma and ncldrcsa  on n postcard bringt. it by iclurn mni),  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario  Nowadays  Have you packed lho sanitary drink- .,  ing cups? .   '  Ves.  Put .in tho sanitary towels?  Yes.  I'nt in the antiseptic soap whore wo  can got. at it quickly?  Ye_.  Stored, away., the  individual  combs  nnd  brushes. ,   .  Yc.������.  Got Lhe peroxide In the grip?  Yes.   ���������  . Then come along.    T.Kiies.. ,wc will,  be safe to spend a day cr..lwo in the"  country.'  the men who- go down in submarines  the most dangerous type of war vessel  yet devised.���������Scientific American.  suspicions,  Why, 1 am su r e,"l~a p o 1 o gife"lie" sa uf  with his evil smile, if I hurt your feelings at all, but really your way of introducing the subject sounded remarkably like a confession. . What, was it  you wished to say to me?  Oh, nothing, she answered wearily,  1 have changed my mind���������1 shall never  wish to say anything to you again.  Ilo you know 1 am afraid mother is  iery ill?  Oh, she'll be better soon, answered  Durand with a careless shrug of the  moulders.  Do you know, Joan went on, that  Mr. Thorold has some knowledge of  tiie house on the downs?   ���������  This was -unexpected, and Durand's  ir.oo. paled perceptibly.  What has he been saying to- yon?  Have you told him anything? he nsked threateningly.  He told me he saw my photograph  ihere, .loan answered. I did not say  iiiiylhlng.  Then you had better not, Durand  muttered with a dark threat, ln his  ryes. I hope the fool Is not going lo be  troublesome, he ���������added. I thought  things were settling down nicely.  Is Mr, Krnnc.k any,relation of Mr.  swl������tlj_to Jail hack upon-an ally 'forj  ^hTcr:"h_~lWTr~EWr=T-spect^    tight tank,  the size  used being about thirty, inches in dla-j communication with submarines oper  meter by eight feet in length; a force 1 ilting fn harbors or in close, proximity  pump either hand or power propelled to war vessels In time of war, but  and an air pump for furnishing ihe|will aid materially to the safety'of  pressure, ancl the necessary pipe connections with the source���������of water supply���������either well, spring, cistern, lake  or stream���������and with the bathroom and  kitchen of the .home. Sometimes the  system is extended to the barn and  other outbuildings and to tanks in the  barnyard.  Given this installation, Lhe house  equipment should include a complete  bathroom outfit, with tub, closet and  'lavatory of ihe latest style plumbing,  a kitchen sink and range boiler; the  wast,'; being drained ..off Into a cesspool   placed   at   the   proper   distance  which he also���������tj.lieved to be exceedingly dangerous���������Lo wit, the truth!  .loan, he said, assuming an air of  gentle dignity, I do not wish to .understand what your questions imply,  but 1 will answer them fully ��������� and  frankly. First, with regard to Lady  'Martin's black pearls���������your insinuations pained mc the more that i had  perhaps given them somo color by my  anxiety that you should attend the  hall���������since you will not. believe that.  I was only anxlofis for your enjoyment. But, in point of fact, Lhe  pearls were never stolen at. all. It  has come out." since tbat the clasp  broke as Lady Martin was about to  put them on, and she placed them on  her dressing table. Somehow they  fell io the floor and became hidden by  a black lace scarf which,, a careless  servant picked up nnd threw into a  drawer. When the pearls were miss-'  cd it was at once assumed that, they  wero stolen, but tbey have since been  found in this drawer.  Joan  looked  at him incredulously,  and yer, remembering   hor   mother's  siraugo saying In tlio kind ot trance  ,.��������� .,,.,,������ . or Possession that had come upon hor,  iboiolds.' Joan went on In the same] that tho pearls hnd not been stolen.  lt had seemed Incomprehensible thon  but, if this wero so, then it had been  While it is impossible to~give an ac-"  curate estimate on the cost of such  an Improvement without going carefully over the place, getting the dimensions of the desired plant, the  depth of the well, distance from the  house and all the other details, it  would be safe to say that such, nn  outfit could be put In at a cost to  the average farmer of $350 to $400,  as an outside fijuire, Of courso the  item of freight, will vary considerably  and will affect Lhe cost appreciably.  The Elephant's Trunk  When such authorities as Rudyard  Kipling and Professor A. S. Woodward disagree on such a question as  the origin of the elephant's trunk who  is to solve this ' ticklish zoological  problem.  1.6'ig ago, Mr;  K.'pling in the fifth  o'.'. Lhe Just'So  Stories, Lold tts'how  the el.'plianL's ah'ft���������who once ha.l ���������  bulgy ijuko, as big as a boot, went, full  ko_-saUabie_-_ui__jLv.-io.asl___e cro :o-  Tickling a Shark  Tickling a shark .iu order to make  the lish amenable to capture is a singular practice among the natives of  theisland of Tahiti. A writer in the  New Vork Sun, who watched the hazardous sport while seated In a canoe  manned by two natives thus describes  it: '  . Peering into the clear water, where  you caii seo to a. depth of four or five  fathoms, you catch a glimpse fnr down  among the sea ferns and coral cups  of the long, llihe tail of a shark, and  of a huge pectoral fin that sways continually with'a sklewlse motion, anil  sends up little ripples to Lho surface.  Tho native diver, picks up A coil  of'cocoanuL fibre with a sllpnose already Lied in It, seizes a knife in his  teeth, and quietly slips into the water. It is done with wonderful skill.  The native keeps close to the reef and  lets himself down through lhe water  by means of the. sea growths till-he  is right oyer tlie waving tail. Slowly  a black hand stretches out, nnd starting behind the pectoral fin, begins to  run his hand along the'bod) of the  shark and the fin sways more rapidly.  Again the hand moves forward, and  as it strokes t.he lish', the oilier hand  leaves the slipknot, hanging loosely  near Lhe spread of'the-;laIl. Then the  native conies "quietly Lo tho surface,  and= the spectator breathes freely  again. The sail Is" set, the steersman  fakes his place on tbe outrigger, and  tbe diver in the.bow, with a yell of  Hula, pulls hard on the rope.  On lhe occasion that 1 speak of, the  shark splashed about in wild frenzy  i'or a moment, or two, and then settled  down to a tour of the lagoon  Like a Grip at the Throat.���������For a  diseaso thar. is not classed as fatal  there is probably nono which causes  more terrible suffering than asthma.  Sleep Is impossible,, Ilio sufferer becomes exhausted and finally, though  Lhe attack passes, is left in increasing di-ead of its return. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is a wonderful curative agent. ' It immediate  ly relieves the restricted air passages''  as thousands can testify.. It Is sold  by dealers everywhere3.  '    '    Europe I .'as 160,000 M._..:s  "The Moniteur Medical has just com  piled statistics on-the number .br-physicians In Europe.    The total-mimbei  is given as 160,000, divided as follows;  .England has seven   physicians   foj  every 10,000 inhabitants; Germany, 5;  France, 5.1;  and Italy5.  .Of course'  the larger numbers of physiciaus are  f-uiu. in the cities and among    them  ���������Brussils has Lhe largest, 24 for ever,.  Twice.| 10,000 inhabita.ils, .while   Amsterdam  he circled about, and the canoe plow-j has,only two in the same proportion,  ed along, with the water bubbling and  abrupt way,  , Here was a second unexpected and  disturbing question, and once more  iMnuul's face showed his discern-  (i.'isuro,  t'pon my word, Joan, he Mild, you  ������tem In an Inquisitive mood ihifi  nornlng.     So far at I   know,    Mr,  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATION-, ns they cannot rencll  the seat ot thu disease. Cutnrrli Is n blood or constitutional disease, antl In order to euro it you must take  internal remedies, Hnll'B Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and sets direct ly.'unoii the blood nnd mucous  ���������urfacei. Hall'a Catarrh Cure tn not a quack medicine It wim'prescribed by one ot the boat phyBlelans  In thli country Ior years and Ish rcKulnr prescription.  lt li composed of the bent tonic* known, combined  with the best blood pnrltlers, acllrw directly on the  mucoiu iwrfncm Tha perfect combination nf the  two Ingredients ta what produce* (inch wonderful ro<  [ults In curing catarrh. Send tor testimonials, free.  v. ,i. i:a���������MF.Y _ CO,, 1'ropt., Toledo, U  fiold by DniRirlsts, prlco .Uie.  Take 11*11'* Family Pills fcr ecMllpatlon.  i Accidentally  J wonder how so many forest fires  catch? eh Id Mrs. McBrlde.  Perhaps ''they catch Hccldenialy  from the mountain ranges, suggested  311 r,  iMcHrldo.  IF OFFISKn.  Hair Dry and Lifoless. Almost All  Hair Out on One Sido of Head,  Used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura  Ointment, Hair Coming in Nicely  .ind Scales All Gone,  V,r, /.di'.hldn PI.. Ht. John, K.'T..���������"I  run-d my llltlo boy of n had enso of dun-  (ind! villi Ciillctii'it Sonp nnd Olulniimt.  .-",'S.v Thodnnd ruIT  iV*"^. formed   on   bU  >'- v^k-  ���������77-      fcPh  A rv^>���������s    v-,, _,   ,,,,���������,,,  V"^"���������"^ S''^'v-<ln ,,f'(l', <w,co tt  Ai'Y"rY",-<XVs>'ltiy with wnnn  ���������'..,. r ' \\ water and tJutl-  r-..rc fcwf.p, dried It, fi:v! very /awfully tutf-  jili-tl tln> C'liilrura Olnlmont and In about  r,r. hour took a wry Hun llltlo comb and tho  ..'...;. .". ��������� -.-! 1 !"���������* '���������'* i'i "'imtii nrni Bomo  cl the li.-iir would rome too.   Tlion I would  liuii'l noon nfier  blrtli. Tho hidr  wan dry und llf<*-  -, less imd almost,  - all mil, on ono  >,hliln of IiIh hcml,  |i,i r.omc, Cuticura. Olntimml on find Hit It  rininln till timu to wu>.li tlio head nuMn.  T iihr-il a larKo box nt Ciitlnura Olntmont  vliI-, ilio Ciiilcura Soap and his Imlr wn*  ii.mltiy lu nicely uud tbo mtiIm nil none.  'I otlny hn Ium tin nlcn a head of hair and  ���������ik (ire frnm (Inudrult ii������. )uu v.n.ilil vd!\ {<)  m."   IrilKnwl) Mrs. C. V, Ktmt, Mny __,  A Minijlt) ('Mian of i.'iiiiwir.. flofif) fl'jd bo^  _f Cuticura ointment oro ofion umiVlnnt  vOiHl nil um; lias failid. Hold by <lni|rKl������li  wai ili'iil'Tat omtj win-re. I.lbcriil h.miim or  mc!. mulled frit', with 3_-p. Skin Book,  /���������lilm* |^,t rani J'utur bn.jr k Cbtia.  Cwrjy., VkhU .T-'D, Tropin. V. H. A.  Uie exact, truth,     lior father taw her  douliL and -went, on:  Oil, yon need not bollevo me���������It  wlll be in nil the napors to-morrow,  Another nolm. I have deceived you  on one mutter. Young Mr. -"rank's  true namo wur Kranlc .Thorold, and  be was Kdward Thorold's brother.  Oh, oh, cried .loan, quite overwhelm-  jed.     Then, sho stammered, then���������  I    Ami he Ih dead, Duniiul continued.  I I reurrl to nny tho poor young fellow  i In dead.  { Ah���������U���������li, wild .loan, with a hliud-  der,  nnd  hor  even nulled  u  dreadful  I iiuevtlon of her fathor.    .  .Jonn, you are not reiiHonnble, Jonn  yon ko too fur, ho cried om with al-  . niOHl  tho (li'Kt  iipiieai'iince of genuine  j pnHNli.il nlio hnd over known blm to  kIiow. .lumi���������iu lentil I nm no murderer.  How do I know'; nlio :iHh������d shudder-  li)K ithafii.  I .wear it, lie kiiIiI with coneenirut-  id piwltin. NO--1 nm no murderer,  l/lsli'i). 1 liiiiiw you have, a prejudice  nualn.i nm--well, 1 .wear to yon,  loan.  I  niu  no nwrderor.  lSvi-n Um hiibltiinl llur can hiiiiu1-  timer; show nlneerily and Hornt'tliiifH  tfprnl; the truth with r.n nccent. to  command belief. .loan rocoRnlsed  a Hlnnf-rlly In her IiiIIkm-'k voice, and  fihe drew n brenth of drop relief,  Well,   bill  how   In   hv   dead  then?  1 "ho tif.lfod ,  I    Without  uiifiworliin,    iMiiuiiil    loui.  llOlll   .lira   |tiifk������ (.  ud   (All   .'���������!!,'   ('f   T'.OW"-  paper uml j;avo ll hor to rend. lt  coniiiliied lit" brief iicronii: Kdward  Thorold hrtd concocted of lhe Ki.ppoH.d  dro'wt.ltiR of IiIh brother, .loan raid  It nt nnd wllh Hiitqilclou,' bul Thorold  had done, hl'j won. wci, iii'muuliir.  no prwtiutloitn.   ��������� In nplto of her huh-  Speed and Endurance  Money went a who'.e lot further In  tho old dayu than It does now, wild  iho Old Fofiy.  That's beeatifie it didn't go so fasr,  explained the Wise Guy.  FOUND A WAV  iTo be uiear of Tea and Coffee Troubles  dile in Lhe Limpopo river what,he had  for dinner. And the crocodile told  the elephant Lo stoop down and Llien  seized his nose between ihose terrible  jaws and pulled. The elephant's child  and ,Lhe bi-colored-python-roclc-snake  pulled too, and so hard that when the  crocodile let ko, his bulgy nose had  been stretched into a trunk.  So much for tho romancist; the  man of science tell quite another  story.  Elephants, according lo Professor  Woodward's lecture at Lhe Royal Institution, London, recently, were originally litile creatures which, for some  reason or other, were succeeded by  creatures In which Lhe legs were  growing longer,and longer, while the  neok remained the same length, or in  fact, got Bhorter. They could not  reach the ground without lengthening  the Jaw; the giowth continued, and  they were going rapidly itoward a  mechanically Impossible position,  Eventually they had to Increase the  length of Ihoir face enormously.  The elephnnt.s, Professor Wood yard  added, only saved I heir career by  shortening up the mandible, and survived solely because. Nie long face took  on a new function and became tho mc-  onanism by whl.h thoy wero nb). to  feed.  There you have the .choice of two  explnnnfions���������the pulled-out nose, or  the faco that, grew down. Perhaps  Mr. Kipling wlll oblige ua with the  authorities for his explanation���������which  ts certainly tho more plo.islng tn ihe  niiHclenUllc pernoii.���������London Dally  Mall.-  frothing it lhe bow where the keen  eyed native intently watched ihe  tightening rone. Suddenly it slack-  ened and the diver went over the  side like a flash, with a,knife in his  liaiui. -A minute later the surfa e  of the water was a brilliant rV 1 and  the native wns scrambling back into  the canos. .We towed the shiii-'t 'o  Lhe beach and measured him. He  was sixteen feet long.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  i  Gentlemen,���������Last-August my horse  wa__bad_ly_ciiL in eleveji_Ln_aces^b>i_v_5_  Faultless In Preparation.���������Unlike  any other stomach.regulator, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  long study of vegetable compounds  calculated to stimulate the stomachic  functions nnd maintain ihem at, the  normal condition. " Years of use have  proved their faultless character and  established their excellent reputation.  And this reputation ihey have .maintained for years and will continue to  maintain, for these pills must always  stand at the head of the list of stand-  ard preparations.  barbed wire fence. Three of the cuts  (small ones) healed soon, but tbo  others became foul and rotten, and  though 1-1 rled many kinds of medicine  Ihey had no beneficial result; . At  last, a doctor advised me to.use MINARD'S LINIMENT and in four'weeks'  time every sore was healed and the.  hnlr has grown over each one in line  condition. The Liniment Is certainly  wonderful in its working..    .  . JOHN It.   HOLDEN.  Witness, Perry Baker. *'  The Quest of Health  I suppose you take excellent care ot  your health? ��������� - "  No, replied Farmer Corntossel, l  tried-, eyery. kind of medicine I could  get hold of, for a while." Then I "gave  up .nnd forgot about, my health and I  have felt bolter ever since,  "Husband and myself bolh had tho  coffee habi,, nnd finally bis btomach  and kidneys not In such n bnd condition that he was compel.-fl to glvo  up it good position Unit ho had held  for years, lie was too ���������lck to work.  Ills .kin was yellow und there didn't  .com to he mi organ lu his bod> that  wiih not affected."  Ten Is just, iih harmful because It  contains caffeine, the nnmo drug found  In coffee,  "I told hlni i felt wire IiIh sIcknesR  was dun to coffeeiiiinl after some ilia-  cU'.-.Hion he decided to give It up,  "lt wuh a it niggle, because of the  powerful habit. Olio day we heard  about l'OHinm and concluded to try It  aud then It w;ih easy to leave off coffee.  "IIIh fearful hcudiiehoH   grow    less  ! frequent, IiIh   complexion   begun    to  clear, kidneys grew belter unill at hint  hu was a new man altogether, us a  result of leit\hg off coffee and taking  Not long ago 1 gave an irishman a  box of pillfa antl cautioned hlni carefully with regard to adhering to the  Instruct Ions on ilie box cove.1. These  Instructions read: Take one pill ilireo  times a day.  Next day the mini camo in and  placed Lhe pills on my desk, nnd wlifn  I nsked hlni whul was thy iiuuier, "he  eaid:  I couldn't, carry om the Instruction.*.  WIiiil'h tho reason? I nuked,  1 loult the Ili'Hl pill nil rlghl, was tlm  reply, but I couldn't gnl lt up to  take U tlie other two ,lines,  Two Irishmen were among n class  that was being drilled Iii march Ing  tactics, ' ��������� .One was new at the business, and turning to' his companion,  asked hlni the meaning.of tho command. Halt! Why; Bald Mike, when  he says Halt! you just bring the. fool  that's on the ground to Lho side of  the fool, that's in the air, nn' remain  moi lonless,  ,1 m.  A I, last! New York, Iho Mecca of  Dennis O'Brien's deslro, Here he  would show them In the onld country  how ho could work, and what, a name  ho would make.  Almost. Immediately bo obtained em-  ploymeut. in llur erecting of n new  building nnd iho following epistle  found Its way to 13rin:  Paiili, this Ih great! All Hint. 1 have  to do is lo climb up and down u forty  "What   is  Good   For  the  Kiddies is Good for.You"'  Ts proven in the use of  UPTON'S  PURE  FRUIT   JAMS  Ask your grocer for it  For n wholo hour the eapUiln had  been lecturing his men on the duties  of a soldier, and he. thought that now  tho llmo had'(.ome for hlni to lest the  results of his discourse.  Casting   Ills   eye  around   ho   llxed  on Private Murphy as his Ilrst vlcilm,  Private Murphy,    ho    nsked,    why  should a soldier bo ready ti die for  his countr.������ ?  The Irishman iicralched his head  for a while; ilini nn In^riillatlng  bar ladder with bricks nnd mortar, | Hm||��������� nit tod ncriKS lils faco, Sure,  and hegorra, lhe men on iho top do nil j (Japtii.n, he Hiild plensiiiill;-, you an;  the work, I ipilte right.      Why should he?  Starting a Creamery  In a recent bulletin published by  the dairy department of thn I'nlver-  slty of Nebruska. lho finest ion of how  to nilHO monoy to start a creamery  Is dlsciirised ns follows:  Tho moHt sailsfnctory wny of rnlR.  Ing the money 1-, for each member to  sign an agreement and to bo Jointly  responsible for Ihn amount borrowed  You've made n mistake In yonr paper, said the Indignant man, entering  the editorial Hiine.tuni. T was one of  ihn ciiiniietllorH nl the athletic match  yesterday, and you have eiillid me the  well-known lightweight champion.  Well, aren't you? said the editor, No,  I nm nothing of thu kind, and Ii'h kind  of awkward, heennr-'e you see I'm a  coal merchant.  up Posiiim  too,  hen 1 brR..Vi-"lri'nl"'ilt| When silch nu agreement i������ signed by  1 :i ro'tftti' MiiTtihnr nf renpnilsIhlMiifnrm-  You nre getMig very bald, rlr, vnld  the bjiiber.  Ymi, yourself, retorted the eiiHioni-  er, are not free from a number of  defocts ihnl. I could nieiitlon If I cured  to ho personal,  An Invitation lo a wedding should  be printed on heavy white paper, folded niiee, and enclosed in an envelope  of the mi nm Hl/n, and thlH placed In  tho address envelnpo. The addrors  uhoulil never ho typewritten, no matter how many Invllnllonii lire Issued,  Hpu.lal written IjivltnlloiiH are often  sent, nnd those should bn iiiiiiietllntcl}  .K'ltnowlodged In a fow words of au  ceplance or a nntu of regrel If unabli  to attend, An Invited guosl neot  not neeeiuuirlly send a prcHutit, but Ji  Ih a prefty conrlosy to do ho, ovet  though the offering bn but a bounim  of (lowers, ns a token of cordiality nut  eongriitiiliiilonfl,  Allb'/<i)������5i 1 w.-ii' never.  \irtd off nr".  .... },....������............ ,  plcloiifi, .loan could"*!*' ho^Jftvy ,lti;.tlio I'Vo./WlifdHdr  story, nor did there npjieftr'*filiy "mqjt- j |j.(' <"i*hf Hon'i  he for foul  .day.    It  wuh true tlin-    J-  body had not been discovered, so It  could not  be i-ertfiinly nald tlint he  was  di:iul  ;\t  nil,  and  so  nn official  invf."-ils'U'on had taken    p!.,cp;    but  my husband, 1 was iiIwiivh very now-1  r.'.n nnd never at any time very strong, I  only weighing D. Hih. befo; - I began'  tii'Hs. l'ubiuin.      Now I    weigh    115  II.s. and can do as much work as anyone   Ul>    MM".   ������   illltlii .  Name given by   (.'n nad Ian   Postum  t)ut.     Write for book-  d to Wellvllle."  Postum conies In two forms.  Re(|ul_n Poitum (must be boiled).  Instant Paetum doesn't re<|iilrn boll-  Int?, In' (h prepared Imtantly by Pllrr-  Ing a  level teuuiiooiiful In an  ordln*  lull "i'ic :nine there nj-cenrcd to be I'Olnrv ',",!'.��������� o[ hot water, vhlcli makes It  {reasonable doubt of inr- drowning ofj,|</M for hioff pM-Kms. ' \oet  the unfortunate fellow,    At  lho end      X. big cup n-<'|H.Vtfi more find romc den of  ei-H, tho money can generally be secured at a reasonable int. ut iiKea'oi.  mid wllh ibis money a cn-ninery can  be er.'cted and eaulppcd. As sooa hh  the creamery begins opemilnii, arrangements enn he made for n de,-<  /in/Mm) of nno nr i"'-o fvnt<������ per pound  of butter, to go Into a sinking lundj  out of which die oebl Is paid. The  payment h. so gradunlihai the furni.  er hardly notices it, JJ'IiIh plan hns  the ndvnntnpo of requiring ench patron to pay >"xncily in proportion to  the amount of butter manufactured  for blm,  t   a_A.<l aa*     Imrm **- tm%*. ������-*.������������ ������*   ������. timm **��������� a**������.*    ���������^ J *m*-,m*������?  nu' * '    (K^lnvvk  ������    ]?i)li MnfuriW 'Hia* Iwdii known (lut iViluro'a nioit valuklilo litulcli |������i't������ t \ym\  N)   1    Intf intent.* for the cure of dlsriuo oie found In our American foreubi.      v.  ��������� Ovor forty yttrt ago Dr. It. V. I'lnrco, Met oon8ullln,r phy*ld������n to thn Jiivnllcb'    "  Hotnl and Surglcnl Intaltute nt Tbiffolo, N.Y��������� \ueil the powdered extract* ������ well *n  tho liquid oxtracU of native medicinal plant*, Rtirh mi liloodroot and Queen'n root.  ...flfttden Bttl.und Stone root, Chtfry baric anil Mandrake, for tbo euro of blood  ' diiieajieri, 'Tfiln prewrictloii Mput up Ih liquid form waa called  VJ    U.  V. 059  econhng io un e>.'lnt.iH''> ibu g'11''  x      ^ _. Senulor du Veber In Leihbrldse  "Jf the account yf ��������� a. brief mention p���������o|.le wlic^lifcVVtrono'VilinV*"i"������"^n"a\coiicT������Hlv������-ly prove* that roses In many  -* "e fnct th_t a large Mini of money hraplng spoonful a.id temper It with p-nr..'..��������� enn bogromi in the ,^esi.  ^,1'udlnMotils credit in tils bank, a ,nVge ;..pply of cream. JThli jwh.1.,.  J,f\^l,���������cJ.J_���������"h,?  DR. PIERCE'^.  j on   Imow  In-  r-t the fact th-l a large Mini of mono)  to bis credit ln TiIh bank, a inrfi  'o that it was eiliknt that her idfiu    Ksperlmem    until  ',.r.i t.i. t_u.il bi'.ii rulncal by rrnmldlnK Inmounr that iilpnt.es  ������!Ui   hi-    iniher wa. also unite tin- J Uvc> It serve! that way In the future, j Hhprmnn r,r������w|M_, u* j raucc. w i  Sded     There was nlso a m������nlfoi. -    *"n*re't a IUnu������.i" for Postum.      1 ua riinrtu and alMr rltnlM vnrietlef. ������  ,          tho  loaded  with  buds  and  blnsgoins,  a vour palate and j eluding KlHnrney. Bail Duffctln, Mis. jR  way In the future,   flhprmnn Cruwjovd, T/a rrautc, Mub-  gf  Qoldcn Medical7Discovery  and haa onjoyod it lur(.o ralu for nil theif yanra id'.Very ftrw iloro in tha  land.   You can nov obtain tha powdered extract in lOffar-eoateaf Ublot form of  y1*ut m������dl������ln������ d.alair, or ttnii BOc In one-c������nt poller., ufamnii for trial box tn^-t  Dr, I'irrci'a Involldft* Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., and UbltU will bo mailed, postage prapaid.  Tha "Gi)M*������n Maxtlral nii<y.v������ry" mnlcit ilMt, red hlood, Invlfforalf1* tho  itomacli, liver and bowels and through tham tho whole a) stem. Skin  ������ff������������tlom, blotch**, Itolla, pimple* and cruptiona���������raiulc ef bail hlood  ���������������r������ eradicated by thli alterative eitract���������aa thoaaandi have tutlneil,  HattdM ������n*<������nt*ta������r������������_q������yc������i������������ ������f malting aajyon a It** copy e( Dr,  Fierce'*   Ctmmo*  Hint* "Me4leal A*w\tar,~lOOb "tagia"tWShv  ADDRESS Dk. It V.PI?RC!l,UUrrMjO,K.V.  ���������tr>^ti_'rl������nrHf(������'������_ '.'rt''Wlhf' --������r*'*������ir_i'tal_a_:  UUal  '^i?y_B^^_?,'^EB*^ ** "w THE .NEWS. CU-.TRER.L'AND.'-B. C  liiiwfc  ������. tne (best*.  known   for.  heat, rashes,  .enve-ji  sunburn,'  'eczema;  sore fee������, stings'*'and[  i t>listers.(; 'A skin food f: j  All VrvjfUtt and Storii.^tOsX '  For the Earacho  1 am afraid I have.greatly interfered  with my own practice, said a celebrated attrisl, by .'living tho lcd'owlng advice to many of my friends: At lhe  first symptoms of earache, let the patient lie on the bed with the painful  ear uppermost. Folil a thick towel  and tuck it around the nock; thou  with n teaspoon" (111 the ear with warm  water. Continue doing' this for fifteen or twenty-.minutes;, the water  will fill lho car orifice and How over  ���������the heat., let the wale'r run out; and  .plug tht ear with warm glycerin and  cotton. This may bo clone every  hour until relief is obtained. It is  an almost Invariable cure and has  saved many cases oT acute iiillatna-  'tion. Tho, water ��������� should be quite  ivii.'tr, but not' too hot.-'  Some months, ago excavatlona.lwore  being made for new tracks .on the  line of a certain famous railway. At  one point a nearby resident obtained  permission to reniov. a quantity of  turf to resod liis premises, the section  boss being instructed to notify the  excavating gang when'. ihe resident  should have secured all he desired.  The-Hibernian's report Is" as follows:  - The' man that wanted tiie earth has  got it.  Quicksand F,ro������n In -  In excavating recently for (he foundation or a large building In Berlin, the  workmen found it necessary to go 10  feet .below the foundations of tho adjoining buildings. Thoy rested - on  quicksand, which wouhj have flowed.  Jfroni "under them had tlie builders not  Vised an ingenious method to keep, the  sand from slipping.away/ It consisted in solidly- freezlng-the sides' of the  new excavation.1 Five-inch freeze  pipesj closed at the bottom, were sunk  throe feet apart all around the edges  of the'pit. The pipes.contained one-  inch pipes' Uiat we're.open at1 the. bottom and connected''- with a ' supply  header at the' top. Tlie five-Inch pipo  was connected with a drain- header.  Brine, which was pumped from a refrigerating plant, passed down the  one-inch pipes, up the live-inch pipes,  back into the drain header and thence  to the brine lank.  When' Ilolloway's Corn .Cure is applied to a corn or wart It kills the  roots and tho callosity comes out  without "injury to tho llesh.  Along in the sixties Pat Casey  pushed a wheelbarrow across the  plains' from St. Joseph, Mo., to  Cieorgetown, Col: 'Shortly.after that  he struck it .ich, in fact he,was credited ..with..having more' wealth .than  anyone else in Colorado. A man of  greaf, shrewdness and ability, he was  exceedingly sensitive over his inability  to read or write. One day r.n old-  timer met him',wllh:  How are you getting along,- Pat?'  Go away from nie, now," said. Pat,  genially, nie head's bustiu'.wid business-, lt, takes two lead pencils a day  to do nie wurruk.  ���������MiTTSrli's��������� Cinim.nt"_Cur"es"~Diphtheria"  An' English physician, being annoyed by Uie talk of a pedantic, self-conceited bore until he could stand it no  longer, remarked: .My friend, you and  1 know all"Unit there is to bo known.  How is lhat? askod the bore, highly pleased.'  Why, said"' the doctor, you know  everything except that, you are a fool,  and I know that.  1 , Easing Your Burden  One hot summer day 1 was driving  along wlien I overtook a woman' who  carried a "heavy basket,. She gladly  accepted my offer of a ride, but sat  with lhe heavy basket still on her  arm..  ,'My good woman, I said, your basket  will ride just'as woll In the bottom  of Lho car.rlago and you would be  much more comfortable.  ��������� So It would sir,'thank you, said  she; I never thought of that.  Th:.t Is .what I do very often, too,  I said,  The womnn looked up inquiringly,  Yes, I do tho snmo thing. The, Lord  has taken me up In lils chariot, and  I rejoice to vide In it. But very  often I cany a burden of care on iny  back that would ride just as well If I  put lt down. If the Lord Is willing  to carry inn he lii���������wllllng u carry my  cures.  NERVOUS TROUBLES  ON M INCREASE  They Are Due to an Impoverished  Condition of the Blood  . Ne. .'ous exhaustion���������or neurasthenia, as medical men call, It--is one  of the greatest evils of lio present  day,-for it,is destroying the life and  energy of thousands- o[ men and women, or worse, driving them to Insanity. The causes of this trouble include overwork, mental strain," worry,  'indiscretions, and sometimes It follows  la grippe, The signs of this trouble  are usually great weakness after any  exertion, nervous headaches, trembling  hands, shakiness-ln the legs, Irritability of temper, weak digestive power,  jnsomiila.. The life of the r.ufferer be-  *come   full of miseries.  The true treatment for this trouble  must consist of a building up process,  for the ab~vc- signs mean that.tho  exhausted nerves are calling for more  nourishment from the blood supply.  Dr. Williams' .Pink Pills make new  rich blood that feeds the starved complaining nerves, and iri this way they  have-cure., thousands of times neurasthenia, neuralgia anclother nervous  disorders, and have restored strength  and nerve-energy to despairing people.  Mrs. Isaac Wilson, Calabogie, Out.,  gives thanks for having been restored  to health through the use, of this medicine, she says: "When I'began using  Dr.'Williams' Pink Pills f was ir nervous wreck; I couldi.'t' do "my work,  could nor,sleep at night, suffered from  nervous headaches, ' and the least  noise would completely upset me.  Only those who have suffered from  nervous trouble can tell what Iu endured. I doctored for a time,'but  did not get any benefit. Then .1  learned of Dr. Williams''Pink Pills  and7S-ii'ert"or-a���������half-dozen���������boxesTxBy-  the time I -had used these 1 was almost well, and a couple more ..boxes  completely restored my- health, and 1  have had no return of the troublo.  I can cheerfully recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to those win suffered  from any form of .nervous' trouble.  If you are-weak, nervous or out  of henlth begin to cure yourself today with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  You can get them from any medicine  dealer or by mail at 50 cents a box or  six boxos-for $2.GO from Tlie Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvillo,  Out.  A WIRE WITH A HISTORY  Yukon Telegraph    Most .Remarkable  . and Romantic on the Continent  - From' Aslicroft, on the "oid. Caribou  road oto British'' Columbia,, winding,  northward for 2,500 "miles,: runs' tlie  Yukon, telegraph, the most ' remarkable- and romantic telegraph line on  the continent. ���������'" Its origin was like no  other;-its operation never had and  perhaps never will havo au analogy;'  Its seryico ?o mankind has certainly  r.evcT been surpassed. ���������   ,,  - The visitor trailing his; goods into  tho lone'north land seeking" a gold  claim, ih. tho" bod of a' rivulet; or .staking his future on a, free fanm aiid a  muscular back, may jeer at tho low  struggling poles with the wire sagging  down like the domestic clothesline  back- home'. But. when ho tastes for  a month or two the supreme isolation  of thnt Iniinite silent wilderness,, that  pitiful'strand, of wire will she up usti  si rand of gold.  The Yukon telegraph was born In  the, feverish, days of 1S90, when it  seeiriod tlint- half the country was  Mrned northw:ard to wrestle with the  little god of Chance. Jn those days  It had two kinds of stories to deliver,  oneof the lucky strike, transforming  ��������� penniless tramp into a millionaire;  the other of some mute tragedy of the  wayside, wherein a discouraged adventurer wrapped himself and his hopes  in tiie snows by the trailslde and left  the remainder to~ Providence.  Today when the reckless glories of  that wickedest camp on earth, have  given- way io a siaudard of respectability and f. firm obedience to law  and order, (he little Yukon telegraph  tirelessly fulfills its duties. Now,  however it. flashes a new- code of success, the code of the pioneer farmer  whose' cottages are fast trailing up  the northern valleys, searching out  ihe last choice spots in;Canada where  the speculator has not stuck his, .sign  board. In a year the Dominion Government, loses about $80,000 on- the  line, but as-an old northern iravclle'r  says: Ir is-the-best ?80,000 ever invested;  The route of the line is almost parallel to that, weird and abandoned survey of tlie Western Union half -a century ago, when that company alter  the breaking'of the Atlantic cable in  1850,'.decided lo lay a land, line  through Alaska and Siberia t> Europe.  Over ?3,000,000 was sp.nL o'i the line  when the company recalled the plans  having in the meantime picked up i-'s  Atlantic cable -again. Some of ������its  engineers and lino men were then so  far inland that it was nine months  from the time the order was sent, until  it could be delivered to them. For  'many miles portions of the Western  Union wire are' npw being worked as  an auxiliary by the."Dominion.Government.  At. intervals' of from IT to 50 miles  Invented Sewing Machine  , The first 'successful sewing maclitno  wiis'tho 'invention of 'Ellas Howe", 'who  was" born at Spencer, Mass., ninety-  four years -ago. After a meagre  country school education he became  a- mechanic,' and was - only a youth  when he began his efforts to invent  a method of sewing by. machine. English, French '*and. American inventors  held similar-, ambitions, but tlieir machines were not successful. -A. ma-  chihe'.that.would reivlly sew was completed by Howe in 1845 and patented  the following your. - For years he  sought,.both in-America and England  to bring his machine to public'attention.' In the meantime others began  the manufacture of machines, and  Howe wns forced lo appeal to the  courts. In .18-15 lie- attained success"  in his legal battle and'built a factory  wllh a capacity of 100 machine.! a  day at Bridgeport, Conn. Royalties  from his invention made hlui/a multimillionaire beforo he died In 1807"  Plans for honoring Howe on0'the occasion of the centenary of his birth,  six years hence, aro already being  considered. ���������'' ���������  Irrigating the Desert  The com mon opinion lhat'there is  no water in the deseri of Sahara is  quito incorrect, for in all parts of the  great desert that aro Inhabited'there  is plenty -of water'. The trouble is  to find it; for it lies at .-unknown  depths below the surface of the sandy  waters.  It is tho mission of a parly of artesian well diggers,operating in the south  of Algeria; lo discover and make use  of this hidden water, and, in Feb;  ruary last one of these engineers  opened' a well that has claimed the  world's record, havlng"n flow of .8,000  gallons a minute.  This is in the oasis of Tolga, about  22 mile's west of Blskara. Tl ���������: water  rises in a fountain six feet high and  forms a small river  aiosslblc to irrigate  of land.''  During the past  that.-wiil' make it  about 8,000 acres  ten  years wells  have been bored which produce 40,-  000 gallons of water a minute, making  110,000 gallons since the Friyich have  occupied the land. This makes it  possible to irrigate 1,800,000 date  palms in .which lies the wealth of  Southern Algeria.  ' ���������>  The Request  ���������- Did  Baron Encash ask you for  hand,.father? asked Gwendolin.  No, replied Mr. (3unirox,--he callod  to discuss a marriage settlement. 1-le  didn't ask for your hand, he asked  my p.ekcibook..'      ,    ,    .  ��������� my  for  Leader/9  SMOKELESS  and xRepeater  POWDER    SHELLS  Carefully inspected shells,,  -.nations of powder, shot  loaded by machines which  results are responsible for  of W i nc h estcr '^Leader''  Factory Loaded Smokeless  There   is   no   guesswork   in  the best com-'  and wadding,  give invariable  the superiority  ahd "Repeater"  Powder . Shells,  loading  them.  Reliability, velocity, pattern nnd penetration are  determined by scientific apparatus and practical  experiments. Do you .shoot them? If not,  better   try   the   W brand.  FIRST'CHOICE OF THE  They aro   tlie  BEST SHOTS.  3SEE33a2__&%^^  'I  K  J?  POISONOUS MATCHES ARE PASSING AWAY  Dangerous   chemicals are  not used  In tip-  "    ping  EDDY'S  Scs-quT Safe Light matches.  Seo that you get EDDY'S,and    no    other  "Jus;   as- good." ? .'���������  Safety���������in   its   complete    sense���������  lutely  guaranteed,  but   -'ou- must  ������ EDDY'S  new  Is     abso-  ask   for  Your.  Dealer  Has Them  "Ses-qiii"  Matches  ' ���������!  >ie���������outr-fli6  i'_-lnilgj vl  roughly  the  Mrs.   Exe���������Did   you  girl you heard of?  Mrs.  Wye���������Try hor?  try  that  new  Why,  sho  Irlod mo beyond nil endurance  A"' Sweet,  Crisp,  Delicious  "Bite-To-Eat"  Post  Toasties  ��������� Dainty bits of pearly white  corn,  perfectly cooked and  loa.lcc. lo delicate "brown."  Usually eaten direct from  package with cream and  sugar.  Cf, sprinkle Toasties over  a saucer of fresh berries���������*  then add the cream and  suj?ar---a dish  to remember.  Po-l Toabliei are sold by  grocers everywhere.  Canadian IW.un. Cereal Company,  Ltd., Windsor, Ont.  The   servants  wero  abed   and  doctor answered the bell himself.    A  colored man stood or. the steps-holding a large package.  '" Is Miss Mallldah, the cook, at home,  sah? asked tho nian.  Yes, but sho has retired, returned  the doctor.  Gun I leab dis fo' her, sah?  Certainly, snid tho doctor,-  He took tho bundle from which  flowers and'buds wero protruding', and  aftor bidding the mnn good night,  carefully carried IL to tho kitchen,  whore ho deposited It, paper nnd all,  In ;i pan of water.  The doctor thought nothing more of  the affair until he hoard Matilda's angry voice, raised in conversation with  tiie ninld,  Kf I hud -de pusson heah, erlod tho  cook, dat put, mail new spring' hat. in  ills,yer dlshpan, I'd Bonld Mm for sho,  Atvi Rifle Tested  King Cieorgo wus an Interested spectator at Aldershot ot trials with a  now sorvlco rlllo slightly longer than  the one generally lu use and having  ns an addltloi.al feature an aperture  sight. Tlie King thus saw u llrlng  .squad at work with the now rlllo at  BOO yards. The targets i.aod' wero  a foot miiiaro, mado of solid steel,  tlireo-elghts cf an inch'thick. One  ot them which hud boon In use wr.s  fihown to tho King and Quooii. lt  hud four bullet holes In It, perfectly  drllle.'. us If tho molal had been1 punched out  with a machine tool,  Might mon ot tho Suffolk Hoglment,  who had beon drawn from the biiiiio  company, and wero not picked murks-  men, llrod with tlio now rlllo at. twenty-four targets. Koch man had twonty rounds, and when tholr ammunl  tlon was exhausted all but one of  targelH hud been brought down.  ���������I.he^-operators-  ahd dangerous lives 'n tliei.  built cabins.- That each operator  should be an expert lineman is a necessity of,the task, ahd those with the  long sections located on flat lands are  given a horse to assist in the inspec-  ions.. In'the mountain districts much  shorter sectu-ns are In an operator's  caro, and in the depth of winter he is  callod upon not infrequently to tramp  on snowshoes across treacherous areas  to repair wires, '.   ��������� ������  In some districts winter departs for  only two months In the twelve, so that  day and night, month by month, tho  deadening ' loneliness ."of perpetual  snow threatens to drive a man intp  melancholia. It is a heavy test  of hum.m endurance not so much  in the time of activity as when the  monotony of existence turns a week  Into an eternity, Twice a year the  supplies of food aro packed in and  then tho operator and his visitors exhaust iho possibilities'of conversation.  For the rest of tho timo IL is only  a break In tho lino that, gives a man  a chance to moot Ills comrades. Wli.ii  that significant accident occurs, ho  loads his tools and marches forth In  search of the l.ilerriiptlon.  Two of the worst, foes of Uio mountain operntoiyir. tho forest lire* and  tho avalanche., Again and again  their depredations sweep away poles  and wires, doinaiullng heroic service  of the linemen to restore normal conditions. An eyewitness of one of  these storms described It, iir an avalanche of Ice and snow that, had swept  groat rocks and gliint, . trees like  matchwood before It down the mountain bide. Tho slide measured 1,200  feel across and R0 feet deep. It  could hnvo burled out of sight, a good  sized town, Yet when It was necessary to re-establish tho wires and  polos ripped lo shreds In lis tliun-  doroua courso tho linemen look It as  a little Incident.-hciiroe worth writing  nbout to headquarters,  WERE TRIED AND,  'STOOD THE!  DODD'S   KIDNEY  A REPUTATION  PILLS    MAKING  IN THE WEST  Who Was He?  said a boy of. 12, who was  Fa'ther,-  Sbylock?   '  What! exclaimed, his.father, have I  sent you to Sunday school for the  past si.v or seven years, only to have  yoTTTrelrTn'B^^To_SKyloTnrT\Ta^^li''aTi.e  on you! fiel. your Bible and find out  this minute.  Saskatchewan  Man  Tells  Hov.  They  Cuied   Him    After    Four    Month-  Suffering from Backache and OtTher  Forms of Kidney Disease.  St. Phillips, Sask.���������(Special)���������Ina  new country where, changes of climate  and impure water are among the difficulties to   he   surmounted,   kidney  trouble i". prevalent.      3Ms ihe kidneys, the organs that str:.".n Lhe lm-  purllie.j  out  of the  blood,  that  Ilrst  feel any  undue strain .on the body.  Consequently,   Dodd's , Kidney    Pills  havo'' been  well 'tried  and  tested  In  this neighborhood'.'  They have stood tin; losl. Many  settlors .toll of backache, raeumatlsM  and rrlnnry troubles cured by Dodd's  Klduoy Pills. Mr. Otto Olszewski  is ono of these. In npeaklng of his  euro ho says;  "I suffered from kklnoy disease for  four nrnllis, My back ached, I had  heart fluiteiings, and was always tired  and ncr/ous. My skin had a harsh,  dry feeling; my limbs were heavy;  aud 1 had a dragging sonsatlo'ii across  the loins.  "I consulted a doctor, hut, ns 1 dl.1  not. iippcur to Improve, I decided to  try Dodd's Klilne/ Pills, 1 used six  boxos, and now 1 am all right."  Dodd's Kidney Pills always stand  tlui lost.     Ask your neighbors.  On a recon..examination paper In  civics was the question: If iho president,, vice-president, and.all the members of the cabinet should die, who  would ofllciale?  Robert, a boy of twelve, thought for  some time, trying in .yain to recall  wlio came next in succession, At  last -a happy inspiration came to .him  and he answered:  The undertaker.  Wise mothers" who know the virtues  of'Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at hand, because it  proves its value. ' ,  " Smokers on Front Seats  Are not the rudest men thoso ot  the pipe and cigarette who seize tlio  front seals of oninlhiisses, etc, and  annoy, their fellow passengers by  belching smoke of sometime.! liorrlblo  quality from mouths whicli may bo  worse���������to say nothing of sparks and  ashes'.' The same rudosl. men prevent  many pooplo from visiting or enjoying certain entertainments where no  spocinll> vontlla'ed eoctlmi of the  building Is provided for tliem.  t.buceo Is being regarded as  was BiiulTlng.  Bad' Blood-  is the direct and inevitable result of  -irregular'or constipated, bowels and  ctogRciI-up kidneys and skin.   Tho  undigested food and other waste mat������ .  .__te r_ujiid__3_ajl o_y^  poisons the blood and the whol.  eystcm. Dr. Morse'sTndian Root Pills"'  act directly on the bowels, regulating  thcni���������on the kidneys, giving them  .���������case and strength to properly fitter ilia  ' blood���������and on the skin, opcnir.g up  the pores. For pure blood and good  health take  ���������, ' Dr.' Morse's ��������� ������  He Explains  you passed niy  wife  on tho  she was  I heav  street the other day and said  not. much for looks,  I.can explain, old man. You see  my wlfo was along and she asked mo  if'I didn't think your wife a perfect  beauty. As a married man. yourself  yoii know' that was my cue to disagree.  Tho explanation was accepted,  Scribbler���������Whatever the critics may  say about, my novel, they can't say  r havo stolon any other mail's Ideas.  Tootslc���������I should try lhat. next timo  Bertie, if I were you.  Thus  once  ho  DiifSiild was 111, iuul his friend Donald took n bottlo of whiskey to lilm,  Donald gave the Invalid one glass and  suld;  Yell Kill. .Ulitiii..  i '������' '" 1'"- inn', HO'ei.  About flvo mlniiiPH elnnped, and  then Diigalil Middenly exclaimed:  Vo'd hotter lot mo him tho llhe-r noo,  Donald, yo hear <i tan mony sudden  deatlirt noondays.  All/,1 "������     ill'.-.     >l        Va Vll     I     .iiV.O.     ui.<;i',  out and sei.'.ithtU building lot I bought  of you,  ] ton I Kfltulo Man���������Von'm Just tho  clmp I want to kuo. What ".ion It  look   Ike'.'  Funny Mlxupa  Two of tho boys wore discussing  blunders mndo by nervous or absent-  minded people, Tom told oi.o about  tin rut I led bridegroom who, nsked the  clorgyniuii It It, worn still Klstomary  to cuss 1 he bride, when Robert recalled the story of the woman who  Bnld l.o tht: uHhor In llm church: May  I oeotipow this plo? whicli ho rallied  lho usher, wh.) roplleil: No, but I'll  now you io another shee;.  Tom met this story with one about  tho Fourth of July orator who referred  to Onorgn Crnsslngton waHhlng the  Delaware, Then Uohert. c:i;uo bunk  with tlm story of the young actor who  was expected In a purlleiilar piny to  rush on tho stngo lu grout excitement  ������ii������l .-mi; Tlio mitioii hti.t tittuiiiiift.  lie showed Iho necessary excitement nud called out: Tho swoon has  queened! and then corrected hlmsolf  nnd snid: The hwooh has quooned, and  when the nudlenen beg-mi to laugh ho  tried iigulii wlm: 'I m������ qnouii waa  (.weened, whon he was dragged off by  the Htaga manager. " As ho disappeared ho was heard to say -something  I'or which In' Queen Kll/.ubeih':( day  ho would hnvo been behended,  Invention of Stethoscope  The ilrst public, demonstration of  tlin us?b of the slellioseopii was mude  by Dr, Laennee, the Inventor, lr, a  Paris hospital tiltieiy-s'ovon years a.uo,  Auscultation, or diagnosis o'" the condition of Internal organs by the hoiiho  of hearing, was used Dy the ancients,  but ll. was nci ni.liI n liilln over a century ago Uuu physicians realized Its  great Importance In Inolplir.t affectations ol' the clicsl, and. tapping thu  elioK. with lingers, were Ihe original  methods usotl, hi' I.aonnec round Unit  by rolling a qulro of paper Into a  kind of cylltidtr, and applying one end  to ilm patient's chest and tho other  to his own ear, much hotter rosulls  couir, he had tlin.i hy the Immodlnte  application of tlie ear. This led In  IiIh Invention of iho stethoscope, or  breast explorer. Tho whol-" subject  of auscultation lia.-i been vastly elaborated and tho nloihosMpe greatly  Improwid since fiiiennec's I line, and  continued, liivcsil.'iullou bus only served lo tU'iiion.slruii' more fully the villus of this iiioiImmI of diagnosis.  Gas From Trees  All    IllU'll'nllllg    p...-!u;il!l.'llull,    Pil.kia   il  wrlt.T In Nni'i'Scan Fore-iry. I; Ih ���������  rwapo of 'giiB from onvltlfs at the  bnim of hard won! trees In lli������> Oznrks  when Uio lives are cut down, When  lho cnvltkM uro cut Inlo, tlu gits escapes with ii whistling Koitnd, and If  11^11 it'll   11.   r, HI  lull i,   I. <i it il   l.tllH  j \ f..i i.  Ilnnie, Decomposition of the heari  wood of the tree Is supposed to i.am.o  ihe formation ot the gas,  Impressions of Polo  ��������� A technical sporting wrllcr Is'credited with thlh description of thu recent International polo game:  As I looked back nf It afterwards  ihe affair tieemeil to nie a combination  of a cnvnlry charge, n turkoy trot, a  subway rush on 'horseback a bad life  Insurance rNk. ('lister's last stand nnd  Uie Hronlilyn hrlftv,o nl fl.S'i p.m. on  a week day.  Mln'nrd'o Liniment Cure. Colds,  _ic.  And Mothers, Too  Mother, said the small hoy at tlio  plnno, may I quit, practicing i'or a  whllo?  Why?     Aro yonr hands tired?  No.  are,  My build!; aren'l, but my ears  There is ono odd thing nboul children,  Whit's ihnl.?  When their parents (Ind they are  hi.ghl, they scud thorn to college id  get polished.  Thill live  IK ver  Tin  I  am  I rale  been  Hiild .  man  Overtime  Ini ruder���������Look  lu hero half nu  i word.  I . the Telephone llonlli ���������  here,  hcur  you  a ml  She Couldn't Reolnt That  I wish you woiihln'1  Vou    know   what's  use  lit  speaking hi my wife  w*_a__i  lit'  - v  ,slr  Here Is tin- way thai Ihe State of  Michigan got .".nod roads: In onu duy  K.OOO mon, with 1,000 tennis and 750  automobiles, having volunteered for  lho pur-os , Inilll tint) miles of good  roiulii passing through forty-four townships. This mentis Is open to any  r.iJini.iuiiliy which can develop the  right kind of public spirit,  Turn, dear  (���������Ignroilcs.  them,  Yes For the more penny a clg.ir  ctto costs, ynu i;e| nleollne, valerian,  possibly a III tlu opium, and n uh.h-  im of cnrhi.-n.  Ymi  ilo','      Oh,  well, or  rotir-e,  if  It is wiirli n bnrgii.'i,  Daughter and her hoau must haio  hud n terrible quarrel,  Why ho, um?  Flvo po ndf  roses and two  just,   rrl-eil.  of candy, n hunch nt  inafliu-i'  t'.cl.eih  ba\o  Anaemic Condition  urn. aa  '    NwiaV     H      4***t%* J*f*\\       jtm%m     II       *%***.        *m������     JM|       ****K. m*. 01* *���������  lib-  the  tjliuwliig  a  r.in.ii'l.i.b!i-  llie bog raising IiiihIiichh I  during the  pn.if  fow y.-nr--,  lerciatlng figures liavo been  VV. N, U, 959  Beet .ind Their Houra of Labor  Somu boos apparently work on the  eight-hour wehednle, othetw on n ten  or twelve hour basis for their working  dny, A beekeeper says lu an exchange Unit one of lils bt-e colonies  begins ,.h (Iiij'h labor at siinrlno mul  continue- till nfter dark, limiting a  uoi!;Ing tbiy two or tlin-t; bourn' long-  .-n1 Thin nny nihor ninny In fiver a   number wna. t'.OSO       Fu V.ir  liu id el.    '.\\> two colonics of bees,! the number  wn.-. 2,190, .in.l  pars tii.' ai,ilarli>r nre alike. 'of UM, 22,400.  ,i-..-.'li   In,  i  Alberta j  ���������;rlllli>   In- '  glien out'  Placliifl the Responsibility  tini������|  Ur. lini'il  lo learn to piny  f'OrlllOlalael,  veil ot   til"  i������i*!., a'A tin; Mi-.'.'. wan  Well,   replied    l-'iuiner  Jf <1;;ln' frmii whnt  I linv.  game, H oiighin'i iu lw so very haul  by C. II. MeMullon, general, g- nerul | for lhe man; hut it must tnko a heap  liv4������ Mock agent of llie C.l'.H. Jiiiof cApeitncfs an' close attention on  March, lll'ifl. the number nf hm,* ship-jiln- pun of th;- miiull but nrilve but-.-.,  pod on tho Alberta dlvWon iot;illed  1,940,     In April of Un" snuie } i nr Uie  A piciilLii' 'idllur oi own gluihtll-  dims of llm tikin it> the mm km', nymp-  loin of iiiiaoinln, Tbo cyellilti, gums  i.,i-. i,)'-, rijii'i'M  The cause of  Hoiiee of sell  liloofi,  The iin.vmio patient Is usually thin  and weak, hut may be llchy and in-  cllned io dropsy. Stomach troubles  ftlid   tt'iti'ito'ii  of  [he  bodily   ont nils  ,i. t.  this condition Is Ihi!  corpuscles    from  it. 1,. ..i|���������lli.LJ: , Ul.  d,  Why don'; ion  Ai   UAit, ' mp Mr "liy"  in April;    What's the use  'will track mud tlj  lt������d  enrpiiM-li  11,e  bio.ul,  mil  I'Dinpliflicd   I '  N'erii-  Fovid,  This  gr.mi   fin  i musl tie ridded lo  thi". rati bciii be tie-  iihlng    Dr.    Chase's  i| cure Is so gentl-'  and iiaimal In ;u!liun thai. It I.s admirably suited for the uso of woiui.li nml  girls suffering from anaemic cr other  1,                              I   ,    <             .           r                           .  ....... ...  * ..    .. ...i ..   ... .. t.   ..   ',.. i>\������ ���������     ������  Isheil condition of the blood,  It Is readily iiss-IiuUiUi tl, enloif, tha  blood ftronm: and carries lienkli and  strength to every organ of thu body,  Tho vlgo- of lho dlgcntive uy.tc-m  Is quickly restored, and the food taken  Info the bodv Is properly dlijeHleil and  iioiirlHllliH-lit supplied  to    tin-    whol.  H������"mi''7|i.  To i;,-t well nml l;',',P wi-U yo-i must  supply the body with nn abiindir.ic������  of pun-, rleli blood. Nothing fan  help ymi ro well as  juiu In  .liMtiln,; tip  .'    Tht- niihiilhiil.il< ���������*'  ;ht Into town ugialn. |  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  ,Vi iviiis ii b'A,' ('��������� for i-iiu, ut all dei ler.s or Kili������..n������on,.  !limited" Torn Uo  IUU  fi-.   Co., Si-ji-r- ���������i���������*_���������~T���������T-������������������������������������ W*  i< i |tf.-wm<t������iwWMTyw,-aiW iiwy m_������'������w.^j ������ini_n j,pnin^-]  Tiis Guinberlftiid. Hews  Issued Every by  Wednesday.tbe  gqpQO-t   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Qprppany.  "*���������    *" ���������'            i i _���������       i.  .        ,-- ., -.1   "���������    ���������       ii ���������. ....... .'���������  .rV'w-a.i.."  This paper- will not hold itsolf  ^sponsible for tli������ opinions of oth-  ftr������, as may iippuuy in jtft columns  '������Tom:tii>.e'to't"niio.  ���������i^VKDNKSPAV    SEP. 1.7, |J)13  -WATBR NOTICE  0 KOR A I.IOKSC'I-  TO TAKE AUD  ', '      ' '   (JdK WA.KR. '   -  MOTICR k horeby jjivon .llnjt Kaqui-  .nalt &  N_p.a'uiio  Uuilwiry, of   Victoria,  It. C  wi'i a |>ly I. y a li< pr.oo to tako and  .!-M 100JM) ft-allon*  p.:- _���������) hours, of water  .Ml -: of Tnuiif s Gr.Ra.,   \slijuli ilo wa  iji   a  luntln-rly   di.r>oi, n   through   Nuwcastle  District -I..1 via j i s int-> Strait, of Gcor-  ���������A 'no.i .������ m-lis wet  of  Hiy  Qiialioum  }\iv- r. i ha water w'f 1 ht- divtrfcud nfc 2900"  ir,.f!t:cftii  front   ij_lws������y aid will be used  toy weperjl laihvuy pu posts qu the 1-nd  jloAfliiup.d ns 'Uiiilwuy Kigljt of VVny.   Thi.-'  p -ij ������ win postt'd g i trie ground on   the  ,3rd nay ofAuriJ. )9!,S.     Tlm application  wi ! l).j riled in thn _HicB i.f jtlio Wdtcr'Uc-  pordor ai Victoria, B. 0.   ' Objections may  ��������� be filed with the sa;d Water Rucordcr or  .���������jvi-.li the t-omptnilkr ot Water Kighls,  Pa 1 am-.nt Huilrti g-s Vi_:i,ri_. B. 0.  ESQUl-lALT* NANAl.MQ RAILWAY  ' . Applicant  ���������H. E. BEASLKY,  Agent  apU6. my7  t.  ���������WATER - NOTICE  FOil A LICENCE TO TAK.R AND .  '   "     USE WATER. '"  NOTICE ia hereby {.i-cn that Esoui-  Vnn t &. Nnuiimo ll_ii\vJy, of, Victoria,,  B. C wi.l jpi'ly f >r a 1 ciiioc to take and  use 100,000 g-iilong par 21 hours, of water  cm of Sandy Cruck, which flowb in a nor-  iherly ei ectiqa throiiyn Nev/casQe Dis-  Xiiot nnd i'5_Dtici-iut-i lDcep Hay, near  Rosewe 1 G'ti.k- .lie wntar will bn diver  l.d ai-2I50",! p-tream fr.iin Railwiy and  -������*ill-l-e-a.ee-{ui-(3dncr_l^_iL^;iy_iu|_po_.ea.  pn the bind dcsciilieil as Railway Right ut  ���������yv.iy. This n.itico v/ss pos-ied ou the  jg round'on tits 3d A y of April,, 19,13.  ���������The ii}.pl'CJ.iiim v ill \)<i liUft in,the oflico  (ul Uiq Wator IMcord-r at yiotorj-i, U. C.  piijectirme mny be iil-d. with the Biiid  Water Rouqriler.ir with, ihe Comp'-tollor  of W-ti-r Itiyhts, Parliitivont Buildings,  Vio:orii, K 6,  , jiSQUI������ALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  ���������   " Applipant  0 Jf, B. BEASLKY  4 v       i  Agtent  /ipl}6 "     my 7  WATER NOTICE  ' "P'OR A LIUENTOE TO TAKK AND  ���������    . USR .VATKIt.      '  NO'l .OK ia horeby Kiven Ih.t K-qui-  jnalL ^ Naunimo Raihv.iy ni Victoria,  Ji. 0. will iiv>p'y for ������liccioa to ta'to and  use lOO.OOO^alJDn, per 2J.. hour., qf water  put ol fliiid-'U fjrtoli, which flnwn in a  fiorUierly iliriictiofi. tjiruiit'h Kttoon Dia-  r.ricL nnd ��������� mptioH into Bay no Sound near  ���������T.nblo KiT.r, Tlie wjI'T will bo <livort d  at llOO-uiiiitruimi from Kill wny mid will bo  used fur (Jenm al Kuilwuy purpoioi on tho  J.iAd flincribed as r.il.vny rijilit of wuyThia  /loti.n TfflH pouted on kl-,o jiruni.d on tho  ,lril diy of April, 1013. Thu application  v, ill bn flUd in V 0 elJlo'.- ef tho WaU'i  ^t.cofder, Viotoria, B.O. 0'joubioim mny  jitililiid with tlio Hftid Willi r Rccnr.lor ni  ,vKh th. (inirijifcriiUcr of Wir.r KiifliU  1'M'lia<i,ont BuiiniiiK'i Viotoiii, H, C.  /rSiQUIMAL. ������ N\NA!M0 RAILWAY  Applionnt  11. K.    KARLKY  A tjont  WATER  NOTICE  rOH A LIOKKCE I'O TAKK A.Vj;  USB WATKU  NOTIOF. Li hc-iiliy u'lvon Ib't D-qnU  pi.il-, ^ Nwmi'iwi RaiU'ny, of Yintrrin,  JJ, I*, will npply for a r������eucii to tiiliii nnd  iiHi- KMIjOOO htllmi por _.I hiiiirn, of wntcr  unt of Roy Wrofelt, which fl hvb in n riorlb-  prly di I'c-tion Ui-onrh fJumux Uinlrict  unit omp^'oi into Cmr.'X H.ibnur, nonr  'fyw.l Hivir. inu iwifsi ,i.ll Lu ,]I-������rUi.  <it ".koO ' ti|i.i)re������in I; 'in Ja..ihr;:y ii ud wil'  j^d UHdd'fiir (lUtturnl Huj-Wij" | ll poa k oii  JMiu lnnd fle-iitibi'l uh ItitiU'iiy Itiuht fit  HViaj'i Thin n Ih'u wan p-inu-d i,;i tho  prnimil mi lhe ���������'<���������'��������� I <lny A Al'iil IDIfl  Ho application will In lilml ui.in. I'llu--  if thu Watrr H cordfr ������t| Vlntoiiii, II. C.  p j-<4lifjiiti may be llbd wi lithe mid  \\'ali:r K- eonli-r or ������ith lho O -mpl-oMfr  ot \Vttnr Ui^htb, r.jrliiniiiiiit.  Iliiildir.fc,  Victoria. I'.-'  ANalMdKAll.WAV  A\>plieiint  II, I',, I'.BASl.MY  Aj.'cnt  ProYince of British.  Columbia,  WATER RIGHTS BRANCH,  (Department of Lands.)'  APPROVAL OF  UNDERTAKING   OF  TIIE CAMPR-LL R1VRR POWEll  COMPANY,   IJMITEQ  Wh������eas fh^ Campbell ^.iver Powor  O mpauy, Wnijlecl, lieroinattiir oallod the  Company, 18 a ooiupiiny iw-orporikteil under the VCompaniob* Aot,",189V, nnd is etn-  powvied, urooug other things! by its  Mom Miidaof Associntion. ��������� ���������  uTo npply for and obtain under tho prr-  vUions ot lho Watsr Aot or.,tp ,puvelm e  or o'borwiuo acquire wuter rccbtda'or wn  ter lioepaefi"' ami  "To construct or dperato worka for lho  supply or utilization ol warer uudir the  Water Act .'���������'  "And whereas tlio .lid dinpany on  tho 27tU June, 1910, obtained a.Wa'9.  L'cence, immbcr.d 11)01, aulhori/.'nig the  divorslon of 2,700 onbio foc-t ot wator per  second from tho Oampboll 'Uiver for power purposes.  ��������� THIS 19 TO CERTI->o tlint tho nud-  ertaking oi the siid Campbell Kivor Powev  Company, Limited, for the diversion of  -2,700 cnbip {Wi of wator pair meeonjl from  the Qimpbfill River for tha generation of  power and for the sale, barter, and ox  cha- go of said power .within lho followii g  datcribed toiri.ory", iu hereby approved  au'iject to the limitations of P'trt IX of  tbe Wat^r Act and to tho following erms  and condition.:���������  1. Tlio sti'd approval of-tho abcve'iin-  dorbikrnf; shall be expres ly c nditioiial  ,on th 3 exi cu tion and filing . <.. a JJoiid  with the Comptroller of Water 11 glite.  The ea:d IJond, thall be in'the sum of  twenty thouaand do'dars (������50,000.00) a������d  slull bo by, the Compmy and a Surety  Cowpjny authorized "by its l.hir'er for  lli. pwiorma-CD of contracts of this kind-  2. The territory w.'hiu which the  power ge_eia^ed ffoiii the said iva'er may  be sold is within a radius pf ono hundred  and fifty rnilbs from the power lipase of  thp Company.  3. Trje amount of tho capital sto.ckoi  the Company which shall- be subscribed  behi-fs the Company shall begin the construe ion. of the works shall bp $50,000 00."  _" TSo"i[unTJTitib~oi"-th"e--capitiul-Btock-of-  ihoCompany which elmll bo paid np boforo  lhe Company shall begin tho construction  of tho worlu shall bo ������50,000.00  5. The Company shall begin tho const' uptiqu of tho works for the diversion of  the snid wuter and fur the generation of  the said power on ov before tlio 30th day"  of September, 1914, and bifpre that date  t-Ji-tll obtaiu from tlie Comptroller of Wator Rights, his approvnl of the p^ana for  the construction pf the said works under  the provisions of tho "Water Act nnd Am-  oncliiig Acts ae now in force or as may be  in force vt the date of such Approval of  Plans. The plans a d specificitioun shall  he lilpd for approval on or before Slot day  of Ju}y, 1PH-  G. A.fter beginning tho contruetion of  tho works tho Compnny slinll submit  BOtni-annmdly lo the Comptroller of War  tor Riglit������ a progrcim report,  f, The Coinpariy njiall complote tho works  for the duveloptnont cl! lifteen thotiHaud  (15,000) horee power und have thom in ne  luul opi ration en or bift.re the 3,0th day of  Bopterabor, 1917.  8. The Company nh.a'1! pay annual}y  eiiah fi-u .������ in uy lu in lorco ut tliis dato  or sucli annual feo as may he lixod by uny  futuro loguktion nr enactment.  0. Any Engineer appointed ly tho  Minis'or of LimrtH for thut pnrpono hIiiiII  haVpJrconccosB to nil ptirtn of. tho worka  fur the porpiso of imipxling tho aamc,n il  of (iBoorlaining thai tho construction  thoroof is in itcuorilanco with tho phiifi  und speo'floialioiii; herein inforrcd to.  10, Tho r\fth\, el .loi.Btrnotiiig wm kit on  Crown Landd of lho .i-ovineo slinll not bo  oxoroiiod until ponivoiiou has keen ohtnin  od as provjiled by Ki-ntion Vi'21 of tho Raid  Act, nnd Ihu Kulns mndo thoroundor.  11. Tho right of cuntrrt.clhig works  in jurivnto laiul hIkiII not be oxuioiuutl ix<  cept lho pormlsHion of the o\in,er hau beun  nbtoin^l or the provinionH of Part Kill  nf tho giiri Aot liavo beon complied with.  I*, Tho rijitit of ooii-trucliiig wprkn  along or nenros* hlgliwnyH thA] not bo ox  orqlflod oxctpl oxprcBn pcrmlnnipn of the  Mintalnr of Public Worka, or if uuid  hiRhwuyn nro within u municipality, with  out tho pormiuhjon of tho Council of tho  Mnniojpnluy lnm been obtniued uu ptovid-  od rcNpootivoly hy SeotlonH 271 aud 272 of  the Water Aot.  iV.m. JI. ROH3  Miiiiatcr of L-ij,1  Patod at Victorin, 11.0., thin llth  tiny at July, l.)l.{  ^QC-lMAI/Trv  (Cook's Cotton Root CompcuniS;  >1L������������.- TUO Kttttt Utcrftifl Tonlp, mid  'iimrty  info  1'ifijrtnal JMcntluy  jaiUcuulila1'0" whicli v'������.n.i':i f.Ki  V'di-iHiiiil.  h'olilln tiiroi- lU'irrfia  ,  ��������� riDi{ ol ytt.i.|ttl.i..No, 1, Si ( Ko. V,  lv     V Am i)n'{!liil i-mw, B& per box.  i_n.)  l'iM I'Y ol* dnifrrjiitii; or *uit  rfy    j.r������ r,.i;a on rccoint of pri<m.  Hi,     yri.-o I'umiihlui, -\(1iIm-.'ij 'J'bc  |NHtlbM������IMlCl)..TfiH&,aTO.0i.T. UormatuWiiium,  j, r- <*t'������ - * ��������� ... ���������   . i ,>  .V ���������  U-A  f^tissg'-'  (UVE US YdJIt WKXT OR  DKR  I'ORJOll   PRINTING.  Anything .you want  and .whatever  way yo..-: want it.'   ;     Below are a  Give us a Trial Order and see  j ,'*i''  :how'well;YQU.will be--pJeased  LETTEUUEADS  BI-LL1IKA1-S  ���������    ENVELOPE  P/__IPHr,BTS  CATALOGUES  MENUS  ���������    BLOTTERS  DODGWRB  POSTER  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING GAUDS  .   .BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  13ALL PnOGRAMMES  ETC., JSTO., WV,  n  r~  I  rr-  rXH-WmtW.'  ���������>WB������!SB5_^^  Dunsmaif Avenue        Cumberland, B. C.  l3������mB_i^xj_^^ swmK^m*rwwytw^$  *���������**% tm- mw%, -* cu^BiE'B_L--.j[<p. Bftf^se-. .^rat-titv  /  ...;-": ���������,     nqtice.  Vancouver -Land District:.   \  District o.f Vancouver.   --  TAK1S NOTJC $ that J, 'George  VerdieKbf. Caujpbejl Eiver,   occupation, .Cruiser,   intends  to ��������� apj'jly  ���������for permission to purchase the fd  lowing described lands:��������� Common  ���������cing at a; p.st,planted at the'"N.B,"  ���������".corner   of  Timber   Limit   43146,  "Ihence \re.t 80 chain., thenceNorth  ���������KtchaiiiBj lhen.ce east. &0 chains,  to the shore Hive,;, thenco' south .JQ  , .chains more or-less along'the shore  Jiu.e to the placo of beginning.-:  GEGRG^VERPIER,  Name of Applicant  -.Hale, February 26th, 19LV  NOTICE  Sayward Land Diatriot.  Diitrict of  Sayward.  ,     TAKE   NOTICE   that    Justin  /jDorr of upper Vuldez If lnnd, occupation farmer, intend, to apply, for  ( permission to purclia?-  ihe follo,V-  ing described lands :   Commencing  ,at u i������o_t p.l.uHt-d  10 chains east ot  Hyacinth   Lake   and    10. chains  south of N. W. corner of J. D. pro  ^mption, thence  10 chains west  lo  Jake, thence in a south-easterly dir  action,' 10~ chair.s along the. shore  of the lake to the inleratcti'on of J  p. line, thenco north 10 chains  to  point of commeitceiufcht, contain-,  ", ing in all five acres more or lese.  ''''_'   JUSTIN. DORR,  Name of Applicant in full  Pate3 March 8ih,1913  '    '     ' *  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  Union Steamship Co! of B  --T11JB S. & CQWIGIJAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER   \  .NANAIMO-pENMANJSLAND^HIONBAY-COM^  -   , . ,    Leave Vancoiiyer, Monday,-.at 8"p.im.���������':"���������'������������������''���������.".'������������������'������������������'"  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, m. ':  . Arrive Unioi. B.$y, Tuesday Ga. m.,.-';Leaye'Tuesday noon. \  Arrive:Goi������ox, Tuesday 8,a. m,. ,  Leave Tuesday, 11 a. in,  :'   Leave Nanaijjio 0 p, .^Tuesday.   Arrivo fanconveriJ.aOpjn."  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m. Arrive Nanaimo, *���������.__.*<> p. in  Arrive Uiuou.Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Coiiiox, Sunday;8a.m..Depart 4 p.m.    1  ..;V Subject to change without'notice. ������     7 77  ���������**���������������_&*'>  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������@������������������C SX5)������������������(_Xs)(sX5^^  Im thk mattbh   of 'an  application for  a fresh Certificate of Titlo  to Lot 54. [Mn p.. 311] Tovvusitoof  .Courtenay.'     ,   ,���������      ,  'K NOTICK is haircby, jiven of my  intention at tbe expiration of one  calendar month, fiom tlio fi'r.t pub-  lication iiere,of to issue a f flesh Cer-  tifi.jale of Title, in lieu of the Certi  |tCRte of-. Title   iisued - to   Joseph  -McPhee=omi lie-30'.!vof-Mnrc,h=i 905r  and numbered   109.0C which has  been lost... .   --  Paled at Land Registry Office  Victoria, ,B C, this. 21st day of  J-ecember 1912. -  -S   Y.'WOOTTON.  Registrar General of Titles.  MNM-VOKf  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev*.ry convenience for guests. "  The Genti al Hoti-1 for Gportsmon  Nono but the Bent of Wines and Liquors  at ibe liar,  jRATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  MMAtftiiiiMi ��������������� ��������� "���������*��������� i**mmn****mn**mmMm*tam***m**m*kja*mam*mt  NOTICE..  ,  'To whom it may concern}���������  Thi* is to notify the public  that all freight charges on bonded goods cleared at Union Bay  for the Uomox Valley must be  paid before floods can be forward  jed. By order  Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  ..Co.  WATKU   NOTICK.  ���������H-WMni*  DRINK  The purest and best BEKR, and  1 ���������     made in Cumberland.  nion  Qt  &  J.   _T.   McLEOD ,   IPEiOFKiax-or.  ��������� ,y English 4 x BURTON alwuya on tap aUo, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Aoheuaer, Bohemian, Schltc, tea'...- "OLD GREY BKARO"  '-OOTUII WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinda  The rJoa.di.rjg and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence  ... will lid toui.d First class in every respect. ���������.'  ATSS,  tpl 00 par day upw,  Brewers' Dried drains  .Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds    '  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors  NANAIMO, B. C.  .'..���������s__'^;a t;BI,. WITfl!.-ffl  <5������  NOTICK is hereby given tlmt  W. O. Weeks and H, Dirndl of  Vancouver, I). 0 , will apply for  a-license to take and use one cu-  bi'J foot of water out of Conner  Ori'ek, which flows in 11 North-  easterly tlueeliou through Lot 43  Newcastle District aud empties  inlo Fanny Hay, T.ho water  will be diverted at the Govern-  went; .load and will be used  for innniifncturinir purposes ou  the land described ns M. V��������� portion of Lot 43,  This notice was posted ou the  ground on the 251I1 day of August 1913. Tlie application will  be filed in the olliee of the Water Recorder at Nanaiino. Objections may be filed with the  snid Water Ifeoorder, or with  the Comptroller of water lights,  Parliament J.u.ldii.fM,  Victoria.  B. U  W. C. Wkrks  li.   DUN'KM,  ;V|'p..t'-aUlfca  f  _-_BH___f_B8_ga_BB^m_J_-__-__.t_^ Jl-Jfi^  __ae  SHARES If4 THE  o  offer  yoii   a safe  and   sound   investment   with a-  good return on your money as well as an enhanc-.     V  ed value from now on.  ' A Ooriipany. with 0NoProm)ti3>t 5 i'vi ;,;': -  AGompany vy ith its   >,own, fiscal agency.  A Company   that will look solely to  the. wellfare  of its shareholders,    Shares are now selling at $i  -  for all   cash,   or    on   the   easy   instalment   plan.  Call ot? send fojp a Ppospectus to-day |  ������������__BH___H__R_HK_-E_a^--__-_-----_-ar_K______RI-____N^^  The   Mercantile  General   Agency:_    Ltd/  Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., Ltd*      Tl e-fi(K���������Yc\*W\ nf*c-i     .       ���������  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Building/Corrie. View aud Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B.C  Phone.3243  Geo. Abbott, Managing Director.  "We Build Homes and Make Loans."  ������ i)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ *>������������������m������������������<$<i  :a_x<@_^xsx������  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains axid the printing presses  Make the millions think,  Sayward Land Dininct.  ��������� Diatriot of Snyward.' "  TAKE NOTICE tli(it;Goor������o Stuckc of  New Yprlf.,. N. Y., occupation   ������lieineer,  iuteiiclj to apply fc r \ orraisainn to pur-  ������������������haeo   the  following   dcncriboJ landsi���������  Couu^eufting at 11 pubt planted SO chuirui  iioulh of thu nortJj-caflt corner of lot 551,  tlenoo oust 20 cliuiua, thenco north 40  chni in, U.enc.   wont   20  oiwiiiii,   thenco  noutli 40 chains to poiut of commenc.-  tuvut Qoutuining SO ocrea more or Uti,  OEOllGK STUCKB  Fihhfr M .^Giiskiun, Afterit.  Date June lDtb. IU12.  Sty ward Land Diuti iot.  . Diatriot of Siyward.  TAKE NOlluB that Goorgo Clmvlq*  Ston^ot New .oik, N. Y., occupation  olvrk. intondu to apply (or ponuifidioa to  ourtilinno tlio following dosorilioil luiidta;���������  Commencing al n p >at pluntiid 40 olinbn  wost and 20 chain8 ixirlli cl tlio north euut  Ofirnor of lot GM, tlivnuo tiuRt 40 oluiiiH,  Uiuiico scuth M) eui.iuB tlionoo wvvt 40  I'limniii t uun rill 'iO olininu to point uf  u< niinouci'inoiii oiiiitiiiuii g 80 uuron uioro  or lea.  OUOHUK CHAULU.S STONE  FiHlinr M. GutiUim, Affo.it.  UiAu Juno Ultli, 10I'i.  SaywarduLaud District.  Dittiiot of Saywurd.  . TAKB:;.NOTICB g tliat MUnry   Alfred  Ilo 11, of Now.York, New . ork, occupation eloctrician, iuteu������<8 to airily for pcrrtus  iioa to purualano:. to puroliate Uio follow,  ing doacri^d landi:���������(.'oninieneiue ������l ������  post plu'iileil a. thc^ooutb oaat eorutr of  tlie north '.os'i quarter of ht 583, thence  4C chniiis oust, thenoe  40 chums uorth,  thenco 40 chuinsj.vost, theimj 40  chuiut  ������outli topoiutut coi_T.cncomont_2onta.u--  iug 1C0 acres more or 1011,  IIesuy AuFitU) Hbs������  Fiplier M. Ga.kln", Agent.  Dated Juno 24th, 10I'i,  There is no better wayof making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in Th8 NEWS,  "Huff Said."  Kuytwird hand Diatriot.  Dlulriottf S,*)wim1.  TAKENOTIUlC Ibnl CIimIm IVnny i.f  Vaiicouvor, II. C.| oouupatiun ooutrnotur,  inttndi lo npply for parmli'fcioii tu pur-  ohigo tbo.follo Anx *] tleaoilbod lundm���������  t'omnmuoiojc at  a  por.t  plmiti'il  nt   the  .SinlliotH'. cornet of lot 578, Uietoi went  4/J nhaini., tltwioo iionth HI) chaiiiH, ihohco  omit 40 G'inina, tliei tn nor Ij SO oliniiiH to  point ot ci������uiii.('iic--ii!ut _>4vt.inli ^ .'20  ucrcinioro  ur 1-nu.  On A hi. _i vasH\  Vmh'-r  M. iSjv_ui������, Ajiiut.  ."Mod Juipi 10.li, WW.  C. H TARBELL     f  HIGH GRADE STOVES  \_d nU KITCHEN   .UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  nud  8aywurd Lvd DUtriot.  Diatrot at 8������ywa������d.  TAKK NOTIX'li that William John  Sullivun, Now York, N, Y., occupation  clerk, lotonds lo apply for peri.ii.uioD tn  purcliuHQ tho follo.viug tbo following described Inmlfli���������CoinnronoinK at a poet  ptautod 10 oliii'iiB aouth from tb������ aouth-  na.t oorncr ������f IA S70 (ou poat 674) tlienco  lmrtli-0 choitiH, tii nco cnat 80 oiiaita,  tlioucu H'mtli Si) olivna, tlieucn woitt 80  ulinlnir, lo point of coinmwucoinvut con-  tiiiiiing titf) soieu uuro or Ivni.  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  Fiulior M. Uuakitu, Agoot.  Dato Juno 21-ti'101.,    **mi*^**mit������**amtmt*ma^amaam*m*^^mt9*i^^mm*t***yt**MMM*lKKmmm*m  .uyw^rd Lind Diattiot.  D'Hbrlat of Hiyvvnul.  TAKB NUI'KIE thn) VVWiaHi Auunuat  Blacliofl, 1/ Now York. N. Y., oooavn-  tion clerk, inUml* to tp^ly for fxrwimiiiK}  to purcliH'ti Ilio followluif dtacrihod  laud:���������Comuienoinff at a \mt plauttd  30 olnii a tiuHt ond 40 vlntiui north of tht  nortli* voitt corutr fl lot .511, Ujniio woitt  50 uhaftii more or los., lo lot S5J, thonco  40 ohuina south n!oi>������ vml buutidiiry tf  lot SSI, Mieuco ������������Mt &U v'lAtns mor? or Una  tu o'ttr* iii,    Uwutiv uurin  an til.i_.������   .0  Sny ward Land Dutiiot,  Dhtrivt uf M,.yward.  TAKE NOTICE that Johu Ar hur Dnl.v,  of New Yoik, New York, < ccupr.tiou ol������k  intends to apply  for pt-niitaion to pnx  obnto tho  followiog dtnewboJ knde:���������,  Coinruo-Oing at  ^ po t pltuUtd  ut lha  south-east   cornar of Loa.o -US,   thwvco  jouth 80 utmiuH,   tlii-nco. wc-.t SO ���������l.uivo,  -lbucouoith   80 chains,   thi.ncs   euut  .(1  ohuina to polut of oommouucuicnt coutuia  iug 640 acrcB uioxo or )us.  JOHN AUT,HUH DALY  Piabcr H. (JuakitiH, Ajjunt,  Date Juno 24tb, 11)12.  tiuyward Lund Diatriot.  UwUiut ot S^ywurd.  TAKK NOTIOK thit  Waiter  Bodcll:  D.Dt,    of .. Now    y������rV.    Nov    Yoik  occupation    laborer,   i.Jtend<< to   iiw^j'  for peciidwiiuu to purolui-n t^o  fnl!.*_v������  doncriaMilUudi:���������Coinruuiicit fcf   it a \:o>t,  pluntcd.UO ch'iin .)������������'t tuft 10 oh/aliu  north uf the Houtlicunt  corner uf Ittttto.  40, thdice soulli S0oU������ii_), Uioi.co oaat 40  obliiua   ihcuc. umtb -(hi cliniua,   thmioq  w������at"*10 uhuluB fo point of uounn>i4iCfi_u������i.l  O/UtiaiutDK 310 uor-'. moro ot' bun.  WALTEU B-DliiU. ������������3T���������  _'i*!ioi M. GufirldU", Agtmt.  Dato Ja-jSaUli, 1UI2.  NOTICE  Any yvstoti or puriigfii,, CHttlnff,  l'eiiiuving ur lakiug aiuy blycVx,  tiinbur or v. oud, of -.uy <J':i(;r!j*U(A.u  )t'lyiigii)^ to tlio Wellington Qo'i-  ilery.CVy., or from or ������ff tlio Und  uf tlio aiiid Ouiujiuiiy, or wiyouo  tipping rt.bbislij^f any d'eicriptiow  ojly������.''  (.Uiili W,     il li.iiili iiCt. ilii,ll    .v'i  ucroa iiioiour l*������t.  WlUAkml ALVJAUSr ItTSCHOFr  t'iidiar M.Uahkiria, iXgont,  U.toJunti yOLb. iU)i!.  IV     mtlttUtO      .ill w        I   '���������   "��������� - "I"--"  ������.v.  General Hardware  Saywmd Lxnd Diatriot.  DiHtnot of.'l������ywnrd.  TAKE NOTrCK tint Cliarlm Henry  Heat, t.f New York, N. Y.. ������cuUu������\Um  ailutumi, mt ad. to itpLfly fur pi rmUiion  V������ pi'jroSivis ll������i foll/.vi������n ������I.aO.',l������tl tiud-:  Cjntuifrrififf ot ������ pat ul-i>t"d nt tho  <01 Ui a������(i������t CPiu^r ������I !������t tt*>'2, 1*1 nau rmrtli  '.!0��������� bnioia, tlienoa .rtitt 2) chiilnia. tlicu-n  t'iuUi in chaw, tlMtct titut '.'0 iimio������ Ut  point of tOir.mfUceuHut cout^ining 40  ������f������fa-4 oi'tnt ������r h'*t  i'HAIILKS IIKSKV lll-ST  1'i-laur M, G ttVitt.t, A���������n������*. j  ^lyv-vUicJ  Iii lliii lull  uxtuutof tlio ln%r.  W, I,. COULSON,  Gun uml Murin^er,  Co Lliery Co,y.  I'I) v.-J uuu WU, I'jrj,  NOTICE.  Hiding on locomotives mu! iaA  WAV cnr_ of the Union P'dliory  Conipftny by any person or }������i r-  WtH���������������K������������pt iivi;������ c.iw-- ia- nl rial. !y  proli?hUtd. Kmpioyc.8 to tub*  ioc tf> eJi.tnissiil fur, allowing  rnin>  Uy onler  W. h. COULSON,  Q'AV.ti... M.uut^'������  01  V -\  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  i_WrEvV_S_^_?jr_a������SSOT._&_i^  .iheW*  of Cons-aMj.  Can (juickly bc overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS      jm&  ^���������A,ry&Mi   JgtM-  -aclvid/nivi       /_S_S������_Tll������.  ffiiily tf\ i <2  "i/:r. Crj  ns!-:, an.l Indi^etlion.    "I hey  do  l'ii_r duly.  Si.u'.l Pill. lir.tM Dose Small Prico.  G.r������(-in2 m'tit.nr Signature���������  7 _    _^i������-������������������""  *f  WAVtrlfHUOr   COLLARS   AND   -UfFS  Soiiioilini."   iji/iior   than   linen   onil   no  hundry   bills.      AVasli   It   wiib  soup  and  Wo ter.      All .stores or direct. Stan: stylo  nnd  si/.f>.n     l'Vir  LTie.   we  wlll  mull you.  THE   ARLINGTON    CO.    OF    CANADA,  Limited  53 Pran^r Avenue. Toronto,  Ontario  WEST AND HEALTH 10 MOTHER AND CHILD."  Mrs. Wistst.ow's Soothing Si-rum liad b;cn  tmed for over SIXTV YBAKSln- MILLIONS of  MOT11UKS for tlieir CHI I.DUHN WlIII,/$  TKKTJUNO, witli H'ttl'KCr SUCCESS. It  SllOTUV.fi tlie CIIlt.D, S01-TI'.NS tlie C.UMS.  AUAYSal! 1'AIN'; CUKHS WIND COI./C, aiid  is 1!k- bK-t remedy for JJIAKKII'JiA. It is rib.  Boliiti-ly hariiilcii. He Mire and ask for "Mru.  Sviuslow'i. Soothing Syrup," and Uiice ao othef  kind,  /.wcuty-tiveceutsa buttle.  .WANTED at once  Pol-sons" to ��������� work for us  in s-imn; I imp at ho/no. Ko experience  iffiuii-ed Willi oin- NEW ART COLORING PROCESS" Kns;y and fascinating  v.-1'irlc. (Jch)'.I pay. No canvassing. Write  for iii.^tfuctiniiH  (free).  COMMERCIAL   ART  STUDIO,  315 College Street. Toronto, Canada.  New Rifle Sight a Boon to Hunters  , Bfninerd. Minn.��������� T5cceiit:.trials made  by A. II. Por.ich and' Fre.'l 'Brlttoiv  with tlio Remington Arms Company's  new negative angle rIrIu have lirovon  quitu. satisfactory, says- the Dally"Dis:  patch, ' Using a target two foot wide  a .1 three foot high wiih a six inch  hulls eye, each of these men lived  eighty shots at the several ranges for  wliich the ;ght is Intended, mid'soured eighty hits each which; liad tbo  target been a deer, would have made  a kill tn each Instance. Groups of  live suo's were made in several instances within a space that could have  been hoen covered with a twenty-live  cent   piece.  When the (act (hat ilio conditions,  under which these men made their  trials wero most aggravating, Is considered, there being a strong wind of  varying ve'ocity hlowing'across tbo  line of lire, the results obtained are!  admittedly most remarkable. j  These meiv have proven to their satisfaction thai 'bu Remington negative  angle slghi is a success if used us It,  U'lntendod to be,used, ll is a.''good  sight for tlie nuii. who shoots u rlllo  only occasionally ami "who is therefore  rather unfamiliar with the judging of  distances and the ad.iusiing of sights  to the , distance estimated. Practice  with a rlllo on a fixed target should  bo indulged In by, al! hunters before  going into the woods in order to fam-  iliavl/.o themselves with the gun they  expect to use and if more practice  were indulged in by hunters before going to tho woods there would be. a  larger percentage of hills made with  a lower percentage of accidents,  Tlie sight haa not yet beeu placed  on tlie ma.-ket.  Your fuel bills will be lowerand you'll^  get more heat, evenly distributed' all over the  house, ifyou install a, McClarp Sunshine Furnace.  The Sunshine pays for itself in a very few years  by the saving it effects. Call on the McClary dealer  or write our nearest Branch for full information.  351  wim  GIANT GUNS FOR CANAL  Pro-  FOUND   NERO'S  DINING   ROOM  Cleans and disinfects  everything lu your  home from "tbe cellar to llie' attie.. Put  il on yonr di!H>r and  "'ardwood .'rloora,  .irk.  Linoleums,  "''���������iirnltiire,,ioto.  . i-verylhlng just  .  .v.    Money .ve--  fin.dfd ir not satisfactory.    Made by tbo  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COM-  ._VM_-tMlTF.D,  -Hamilton,  Canada.  Tiie Soul of a   Piano   is the  Action.   Insist on ths  ���������   "OTTO'  HIGEL"     '  Piano Action  THS NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nal. No2. N���������3.  ffii.tsiiri-i-s-., (lt.i.s t uuosir. WK.uo.'i-.svi.ns'r virion  &  VIM, klUNT.V,   I1I..MIM.U, l)l',I..V.ll S,   lll.uull   1'IJISOU,  1-n.i.s. i.itiiki; no, in[roi:is'isnr;.iAii..SI. rusi I cts  rnn.nii Ui. 90, rn.hiiMAM sr. iw.u- wikkci i.vmas- nuns  iniiosio. wiiiii'. l'OR 1-RfiR iinoi; to tin. l.l. cu-ito  Mr.D.Co.ll.WFItsTOCKUn, IIAMPMKM). LONDON, I'SG.  lur.<Kwiai.M������.K.i.irAS'n.r.i:i,siioi'.Mrii<   , V;v -io t,k.  THERAPBON ������mu*  H.i: 'tll.Vl TKAOK MAIIIUW U'OIin 'IMI.I'.AIMOS' IS (IU  blUT. UOVI.hTAMI' AI'HXLI) TO AM, -UiCINi-. I'ACI'.blS.  A Billion for Music  A slul 1st Iclan pr i'i iiiuii who dollshls  l.i compula.ions, hns lisurccl out that  in Canada and tlio United .Stales, a  lillllo.'i dollars a year is spent upon  iiuiHii;. How bo arrives at his con-  clunk n Is not V������ry sui-vlncHy set  forth. If h.ow Yoi'U, ho. u.'ivs, spends  3100.DOO.Olin. it is pulling Uro figure  wry low lo .���������aiiujj.orit lbat the remain-  dor of tIn* Nnrlli Aiiio'lciin cniillni'iil  I'ir.MKJs 51100,001). .This Is undoulilcd-  1/ iinibaljb', bin a billion dollars la  a vaai .'jinn aiid liilvos a deal of imik-  Ins ii|>. ll' f.o ureal, a num really \s  Hpfiil In thiii wny |lion.' N one HiIuk  nrf'Ly Mire,' namely, Hint'it could nor  li   belter applied,    ,.  .'Jli.ii!^', Krnkf-'.'H, an: diicUoneer,  was '.iillvln;, nbout, i,ttfl/Woii(U<rfiil Mule  itinuftiMP s wbb'b.jhpB������()|il Inni nioiilh.  Hnujainin KraiiEllii's nu'oKraiiliH,  said Mr. Ilenliej^ hIiowpiI hlni an always Hhiewd ttrttt .ylny. It wiivi  KranliHii, yju l>{wtt'ai^'ll(������ t'pplylui, to  n I'evoluiloiini'.v "wfwt,. which Raid:  Tlio (Tenit. of ilif 'f-Jn/sllsli .ui'iiiy lu  now In Hie fli'ld, aimwoi'i'il, ���������  I HillilidHc 'y 'ii ineatl 1 lu. whipped  ei'i'iuii,   ���������.\sT'..���������,���������.-'  Wl.en,, if. mini ''itii travel as far on  IiIh ii'i'i'1 as <. hers can ������iii nu exgur-  ilon ilfboi llm rallwiii'ii nre ntir[������ to  lose jiii.m.a> ,  It  Could   be .Revolved   by   Machinery  Says Commandatore Boni.  Tin celebrated .tafian ��������� archaeologist, Comniendatore. Boni, the excavator of tlu Roman Forum, has been  visiting Lcndon, and to a'-large aud-  1 ience of classical Undents at King's  College, he gave a lecture , or. The  Houses of the Republican Period now  discovered under lhe palace ol l)o-  inltian.  One of Lhe most iiireres'iing -state-  ,ments of Sig .or Boni was that he  bad discovered traces of the original  dining room of Nero, which could be  revolved by machinery. In his.  .search'for tbe machine'room he had  discoveraci .three vertical sbufts, down  one of which he went 120 feet without  reaching the ootlom'. Near* one of  the vertical shafts, however, ho found  a lank, and -20 feet below ibis was.a  chamber 20 feet vvi.'le hy GO feet long',  with stones serrated liko og wheels  on a. horizontal, bed. This he took  to bo Lhe engine room -;f Nero and  "h"l'r"]TT'Trdeir3ssoVs'f���������^bMrdeT-tlre-diniiig-  rooin again, he found a bath, with a  variety of rooms for diffe-ent 'treatments, the walls being richly decorated  wir.ii various pictures.  The excavations, wliich woro undertaken last, season and are still being-  carried on, are being conducted on a  site o.i the Palatini) Hill, wliich, from  its important and conspicuous position, must have been a site, said the  loci ii roi', of (ho houses of (lie greal  patrician families.' Several highly  important discoveries liad boon made.  A study of the Palace of Domilian had  resulted, said Commonda'ioro Hon), in  the discovery of pari of a circular  drain of t.he fime of Nero. A staircase was round leading to a series of  five chamber-, separated by arched  doorways, In which salt-water fish  wero preserved and segregated according to Ihoir sl/.e p,td qiu.1. ty, lie  mole'ibis to be a Noronian construct-'  ion. A cylindrical wall pi tiio timo  o: Nero, whicli cm right through an  underground liodse, w. s also found,  Tho fiiuits ot'Uils bouse had a number of frescoes on. Ibe walls, whicli  ailll rolaieed the' beaulit'nl purple i.'.  the niurex, and were decorated with  llltlo brnclielK whicli might, have supported lamps.        ������'  ''  Ono  of  Ibo   niosl   renini'  coverios under rho Palace o  was Ilio original frescoes, ri.  damaged, one showing tiie  llrloi) nl  "i .oy,      In    the  too,   were found   Hie  renin  .'.HOlO    (llS-  ' Domitliui  .(.her btully  landing' of  basement,  Ins of the  Imperial limine. Wlien Hie Iccinrer  ilrscemled n hole in the centre of llie  ai.riiiin oT the palace he found galleries buaiilll'iilly plasloivil, with Roman material, and bones t.f mil in a Is,,  pottery, ii inagnllU'ent ilgiire of a lion  modelled in dny, nn o\ dome In term  col in, and llie bead of a camel, wliich  mti.it hnve '',nlod from ilie second century  l..<\  1 wtifi ii lool lo marry yoi., Hobbeil  Mrs. U'lnUs. Now, my ilenr, snid  WIiiUh. nobly, I cuinol permit you to  Hike the bluni" for that. It was 1  who wits thn fnnl for ever asUliu;  you, The nihlalii' wns not yours,  bul mine,  Miller's Worm Powders, belnjr; In  demand everywhere, can be got ut. any  cbeiiilsi's or drug shop, ut very siiuiil  cost, They are j. sliiudtii'd remedy  for worm iroubles uml can lm fully  relied upon io expel worms from tlio  Hystem and nbalo Hn������ siifferlngH that  wornm 1'iiiiHo. There are iiiiuiy  mothers Hml rejoice Unit Ihey found  aviilluhle so ell'cetlve a remedy for the  roller of ib"lr eiiildreii,  Slxteen-lnch   Rifles Will   Throw  Jectjles Twenty-One Miles  The United Stales Nnvy Oopu'.tmeut  haa recently coir.pletcil tlio design for  an enormoua engine ol death .-.-ad des-  triietlon v.'hich is Lo be tlie largest one  tho world has ever eeoti. It is a 1G-  incli broecliloiitllngrllji'mifl is tho first  of a series of similar gigantic weapo"  which hns brim proposed to be '.ue.ii.  for s^n coast; defence antl Ibe protection of tho 1'aiiania Canal.  The (oial length of this gnu is 19  feet. _!> inches with n tllaiuetc: of the  rear portion of. sixty iuc.be., the forward part, tapering from this diameter  to twenty-seven inches ac the mimic.  The length of tbe main bori_ is thirty-  seven feet, and three and. one-halt  inches with a diameter ��������� of' sixteen  inches. The cylindrical part'of tlio  powder chamter is seven feet six inches long with a diameier of IS.!) Inches, and if .smokeless,powder be used  it will require 57G pounds for a single  cl arge, while if black powder is used  1,170 pounds will be necessary.     n   '  The range "and energy, of this gun  is far ahead of that of any other of  the large caliber guns in existence.  The projectiles of the gun measure  five feet four inches ih, length and  have a penetrating force in steel at  the. muzzle of 42.4 indies. The most  marvelous, foa tin j of this death <lc������;,l-  ing contrivance is its ,'iuige, which is  twenty-one-miles. II has been estimated thai (his gun mn'y create all  kinds of havoc, twenty-one miles away  witli The proper angle of elevation.  The trajectory of this'projectile shows  that in ranging this score of mile;-  the .bell would reach an elevi.tion of  about thirty thousand live hundred  feet. This is far greater Ll.an ihe  maximum of any other gun up to tlie  pres.nt time.  The total weight of this huge gun  is thirty tons. ' Whatcver-'wlll happen  to a vessel when hit by one of its projectiles is beyond tho power ~o[ description. There is n probability thai  J_l^i2Jy_9_a_I be_no_splbiters 1 eft of suf-  TieTeiu. 'siYiTlo f_.ll-AvlicOTer"the wrcclr  had '.eeu a fishing smack or"a, battle  ship.-  Canada as an Egg Importer  Canada is-a fine agricultural country and lions thrive in every province.  Also wo have abundance- of cheap  feed, Vet Canadian farmers fall far  short of supply ing,-the number of  eggs tbat Canadian egg eaters demand.' During the ten months ending Jan. 31, 1913, Canada exported  $30,46G .worth of eggs and imported  !ji2,:1������27,!)24 worth. Thnt is to say,  while we'were asking the other fellow  to .pay us $1 i'or onr eggs, ivo were  paying him $76 for lils.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Duwl Scars Without a Duel  "A llemnui business lirni has printed an advertisement In which It offers  to imiinfo the scum obtained in-university duels, l'lvery one knows  those facial dlsllKiiroiiionts which aro  so prized by Ibo Toulon, but. It ia dlfll-  (Ul Pi say which is Ilio lrmvo striking  the enterprise of lho German firm  which offers lo jtlecoralo men's faces  with imilatio'. wounds of honor, or the  vanity of the men who accopl. tho offer, ,  In Clci'inaiij tl'CRo mirt nro hehl lo  enhance manly bounty, nnir������tliey con-  frr n special cacliol nn tho ilBflgured  one, iiul. hlil.crto scars have boon  Ibo result ol' salire wounds nud not. of  n procesn without pnliror Interruption  lo business,  The only building material that has not increased  in price is  It makes concrete lhat you can depend upon lor satisfactory results, whether ycu use  cr a garden walk. ��������� k ,' ,'..-'  High  quality and  low price are made possible by efficient organization and  economics due lo a large and growing demand.  See that  every  b*g of  cement you buy bears tho  of satisfaction.    .  "Canada" label-it is your guarantee  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  Write fir afttt copy of the book " WhrAthe Farmer Can Do With Concrete X  Immune  The 1 .oii.   Tim Sullivan   of    Tammany fame, tells of a young philoso  pher he encountered not long  the street.,  This lad was of diminutive size,  and carried under his arm such a load  of newspapers that Llie Hon. Tim  was moved to pity.  Son, asked the Tarn many i I e,' don't  all those papers make you tired?  Nope, cheerfully replied the bit of  humanity;  1 can't read.  An Oil Without Alcohol.���������Somo oils  and many medicines have alcohol as  a prominent Ingredient. A judicious  mingling of six essential oils compose  the famous Dr,' Thomas' I.clectrlc  Oil, and thero Is no alcohol In It, so  that lis effects are lasting, There Is  no medicinal oil compounded that can  equal this oil In its preventive and  healing powor.  The Value of Birds  IL isia curious thing (hat'ihe farmers ot'the United .States do not get  ago on- together in some way and make themselves heard in favor of protection of  bird life. It is so important to them  and consequently Lo the country itself. Tlio loss of millions of value  by posts tbat afflict tbe crops of the  United States ought to be suflicient,  basis on which .to unite the, funning'  interests for tho rigid enforcement of  laws ior the protection of bird life in  order to secure-allies in the warfare  against grain and fruit.' pests,  Asp, the Driver  ,*������iwrui*aa^w������*.  ask tlie uriver  A Dulcliiuiiii was (joliig lo vrntt n  bridge; he wus riding In :i Utile curt  drawn by a gout. 'llie loll iiinn  camo out and aald:  Here, you have got m pay loll before yon can p'.iss iliis liritlg".  Wlmt, to pity lollV  n ���������      I.   ��������� 1  ' I  A  waiulei'iiig peddler stopped nt a  southern enhln und opened his pack.  Mummy, let nie uliow you r.onie self-  raising' umbrellas, lie began,  No use, mini; no use, Interrupted  the old colored womnn its she busied  herself aboui u boiler of  Cnn'l use nothing llko Hint,  How      about    tioK-i'tilsliig  sh nil lis','  No  good  benh, ltinie  (ley  windows wuf iallilnljCrhout.  Hell'-ralHlng bue.ltwlienl?  Nu good lo nie; we out cohu  Hut, mister,  Woll, mummy?  If you'll lell nio liow to tulm dose  heah fohleen bml clillliui Inlo self-  raisin pIcUniilniiloH Ali'll be yo' frien'  or '11 i'o. dul  Ah will, suh.  At present, ...ays Mme, Outre do  Pratz In 'Prance from Within,' many  Frenchwomen who havo noon educated  In Iho public laicized schools rcfuso  to wiar this symbol of tholr bond (n  v,edding ring), so that tluro aro many  married wiinon In Franco who wear  no wedding ring in all���������a, terrible heresy Indeed; lu the eyes of nomo Anglo-  SnxoiiB. Tho French wedding ring,  tbo mil hor adds, Is gonornlly mndo ln  two purls, llie wlfo wotirlng ono and  tbo husband tho oilier, bolli rings be-  lug blessed at lho ullar wliou Hi oro Is  a rollgloiiR ceremony,  lyiinard's   Llnl  ment  Cures-.  Cows  Garget   In  clot-lies.  window  iilu'l   no  ponfi.  Futhfr���������Yoa hnvo no roiiso; T am  golii��������� to cut you off wllh n million.  The St n���������II' you do I'll disgrace tho  family by riding round In a secondhand unto.  11 i-i)', you know  cents.  -. 1    ���������''���������!  you've got lo pay f>  80c. n 1;oh or .U htoct for $?.G0,  r% .ill Healers, or The Dock'* Medl���������'  fine Company, l-lrriteri, Toronto.  Cifi.ith.  W. N    U. %9  cents.  The Dutchman shook bis bend, and  pointing io the goal suld:  Don't talk l ) wo���������asK ibo diivoiv-  Ai.t i ibe ;,r a! Il,,b! In which John  Paul .loii'-s In the Itotihommn Itlclinrd  ui;.-I" "ji!!!!"1)''! nnt) ������breij������ or t)n������ llrll-  i4h le.-.vls S"rii)il- ibe V.ngllsh gov-  (U'liiiieiit g.-neioisly ilri'ltloil thill,  lniiij;ii ifimiubheil b"->ond i i<iii"atlon  iii" calilalu of tbo bis' vessel luul helm, ed with becoming lira vory and ib-  f.frvfil pernor) i in tlr-- rauli.i of roni-  n'-.i'l'i/''' I*.' ul .fiiiif- li������';irrl of Mil-i  proiiiot.on and''Its lum.- ninl said:  Well, by t'lfniifo'. ]! I ������ver meet thai  chap ;uuiiu I'll main* Itliii an nd'iili;il.  The 'A' In Coconnut  How nu error loil to lho incepted  spelling of e.ocoiimit was explained  by Sir I.vei'iii'd Tliiiin, In the course  ol' an address lo llie nioniboi'H of Ilio  Itoyul llortU'iiltiinil Society ut London.  lie "aid I bat In the course nf Its  growth the nm wlileli was now known  art (be coconnut wuh Hlmlbir to J ho  lace of a monkey, and su tht Spanluh  and PortiiguoHo word,fcoco, meaning  a  grlu or grliiinco, wns iitlncheil to  When Dr. .IoIuibo.i wuh compiling  hU fuinous dictloniiry bo had an nrt-  Icle on Uie coco mil, but e. ciirelCBH  proof reader pnsdoil it mistake In tbo  spellhig of the wnril, the compositor  linvlng liisericil nn 'a' mid the word  ���������'ppo.'iroil ns cnconmii n Kpelllng which  Inn. been iis.il ever since.  It wns an ardiious tusk N for the  lonelier to dm in Into hoi' yotit{iful pu-  j,lls the principles of iirllhiiiolle.  Now, llston, sho said, lu order lo  miblrnel, (hings Imvo to ho In (be kiiiiio  denoniliiiitlon. This Is wlmt 1 nioiiiii  Now, you couldn't luko Huvu npplcs  from four pcnclies, nor olRlit marbles  from iwelvo btitloiis, ll must ho  three apples from four apples and no  on.  Do you undfTfiliind?  The majority Hoemed It) grasp tbe  Id en, Ono perky llltlo youngster in  the roar, however, rained aUmld hand,  Plensn teacher, he Inquired, couldn't,  you tako throo iiuiiris of "iillk from  iwo cows,  One of Lho thlngs'Vhlch helps swell  tho t.avoller'.'i expenses, both in this  country and abroad, is lho extra, It  may or may not be charged In tlie  bill, buL it. is .lire lo bo paid for. Pro-  bably even Ibo most generous traveller  however, will hnvo Borne sympathy  for the gentleman lu the' following  story, who wns made fo pay liberally  for a certain annoying privilege.  During  his  stay at  the hold  weather had been very hoi.  Charles,- said lhe landlord Lo  clork who was making out Ibo  to be present'' in the departing guest,  have you noticed Lhat the g'ciitloinaii  In No. 7 lias consulted tbo ihcnnoin-  elor on lho piazza nL Icnsi ion times  every morning during' bis slay hero?  Chnrles ropliod that lu> bad.  Well, said tlio' landlord, charge him  eho price of one dinner n day for lho  uso of ibo thermometer.  tho  Lho  bill  A.D, 192S  Whv did Hhi- withdraw uficr receiving dm mmiiiiiiuoii;'  , Tlioy told lier, l[ olecloil, sbo would  become a .nnniber of ilir������ Common  Council, und you know limv piirliciiliir  sho Is.  A Direct Hint  Well, Johnny, my dear, how are you  gelling on with your French?  Ob, vevy woll, uncle.' We Inins-  bite quite nice sensible hciiIoucph now,  such a.s: My uncle novor allow:; niy  blrlhdny to Piifli; without ;lvlng me  ii presonl, or It. Is certain Hint my  undo wlll give nio hoiihfiling quite  splendid Ibis llmo.  Billy; while being reprinu..uled by  by bis U-acber for some misdemeanor,  sal down, leaving her standing.  She reminded  him that np gentle-"  .iimn  should  seat  himself  while  tha  lauy, wiih whom he Is conversing remains standing.  But this is a lecture, replied Billy, '  with a grin, aii'l 1 am Ibe audience.  Tourist���������You' liavoi  large acreage of corn  tion;   don't  the  crows  groat deal?  ��������� Farmer���������Oh, not to  Tourist���������That's   singular,   considering' you have- no scarecrows.  Farmer���������Ob, well, you seo I'm out  liere a good part of tlie time mys?If.  an u mis u ally  under cultiva-  annoy, you a  any  extent.  An old darkey was encountered hy  the  expedition  scut by   Uncle   Snm ]  for Lho relief of sufferers by ihe Mis-'4  slssippi floods. ���������    TJncK) Kph was In  u 'dilapidated looking skiff or dugout, ���������  which he    ,vas   having   eouslileriiblo  trouble lo keep afloat.     He was busy  puddling with cno hand  and bulling  out his ernt'L with the other wlien thu  relief boat   camo within  balling dis-  lance of him,    The captain ot tlio re-u  lief boat called lo blm:   Hollo thore,  uncle! What do .Mm wnnl?     Nothln.  buL wliig.s, boss, was the answer.  Out new bookkeeper can't seen'i lo  see a mlst.:':e when it's pointed out  lo lilm.  He's .. ball fan. Don't, allude lo  thom as mistakes; allude lo them in  bonoboiirt plays, He'll tinderstatui  thin till right.  Sir, suld (lu������ oflice hoy to hhi employer, ns you know very well that  my family Is In porfeol health I ask  you to lot nm off this afternoon to go  to lhe ball gainu. Voimg man, replied tho boss, you arc entirely too  honest.. I have my simpletons of ;��������� jii,  You i ro bred,  I'  Pay Holl wit ���������, j  Small Hoy (crniii'lieil up over a blgj  ibu iWages .  under.  .i i e.  book)    Moliifi, wli.i!  of Hiu?  Stiff ra g!*t   Mollur -Anything  eight  dolfjiis ;i iwi'li, iu;,   njn,  Tjlltlllg   llih'lce  IK   rfdlliellmos   WOttO  tliun i;iiliu; li.  Try Murine Eye Remedy  If you Ji.iv* Red, Weal,-, Watfiy Kye.i  or "(iraiiulatei! liycliiH. Doesn't Smart  ���������Soothe. Kyo IVux, l)ru(;p;ist������ Sell  Murine Eve it������*.n.������Jy. blyibl, '.'..c, 50c.  Mnrbis Eye Saive lu Aseptic 'i'ubts,  25.,  SOc.    Lye  Books I'rcc by  Mail.  An Cy������ T������r.le ������������������������- l������r All Cm that tlttd Ctra  flurtn* ������./��������� IVvmailj Co., Cblc������������o  . (leorgln lawyer (16 colored prisoner)  ������������������Well, linn, ko you want niu ,to do-  fend you,     Have you goi any money?  Hiinliifi���������No; but I'ho got n niiilu  and a fow clilclioiiH, anil a bog or  Iwo,  Lawyer���������Those will do very nicely.  Now, let nio see, what do ih������y accuse  'Oil  of?  Iliir.liui���������Oh, a mule, nud a few chickens, and'a hog or two.  Francis Wilson, nt a luncheon In  (Imtnniorcy l'arlc, was (.'oiigi.aiiiiuieii  on iii. Viciivh I'ninuiii'bAliin.  I've b en liikcn In my lime, Hftbf  Mr. Wllum, for it Ibtrlslnii. This  shows wlml perdftveraiico will do. J  bud a bard time In lho beginning io  Icnrii French.  In fact, in mo beginning I va* a.-,  liopolesH ns tbo chap whosn French  toucher said to blm: Moron Nor nion-  elotir I can only leach you by coito.,-  pomtenco.  Why? aslccil Ibo pirill,  Hecauso, said lho lonelier, If wo  k.'e.p on thin wny, your prnnuiielarlon  will spoil mine,  I tell you, old man, tlu re's always  loom at Hit' top, said .llmpsonberry,  ' haven't a doubt of it, bald I/in-  riiIhIi, but (bo worst of It In there  Ih never any ele/ntor io tnkc you up.  Tlio Inl'ormalloii'Mliinr reeu'.vnti (Ills  letter from a fresh youth:  "kindly lell me why a girl nlwnys  closes her eyes when a fellow kisses  ber,  The oil I Kir replied:  If you will send us your photograph  we.mny be able lo tell y(. '��������� tlio reason.  As iho  motor  street   corner  a  directly   In   front  ills arms, cried:  you?     Tlm car  car approached lho  youti/; iik.ti Hpraiiff  of It, nnd wnvlni;  Now on me on, will  itrticl;  lilm fiquarely  In tho chest and throw hlni 10 ToM.  ahead, Rising quickly he rushotl nt  (he car ag.'.l.i and was thrown ahead  again. I lo was nhivit to make another rush when a policeman caughr. bold  of hlni. What's the matter with  you? growled tlio constable. Off  your lmad? Nol al nil, replied ibe  young man. I have been appointed  to lend tlie HiiiYnmotlon' nest big raid  and 1 was only just sotting myself  into comfiuOii,  GOOll FOR THE HANDS  IU������- >o'.i Uot wuter Iii  Hnvo I? My dear boy,  out of It.  ;our liou.;c?  I a.'i novor  AiilUcpllc Hnn<l Cleaner  ti-rftriii.-fiul wliii-niih,. lnnd-.- rmiovei  tlir  lii.ikt  uli:,til|.'|le llallll ���������(ill, pt"!������H8.  piltit, c... ���������' '  Asw yon* ni:.\u:n  WIF COMrANY, LIMITED. Mnilrral.  OTCnr-rf-wirin. THE������������������NETTS. 'CUT.._.E7fY.A"NTn, TT. r.  /**  LE'8--P-ULPIT.  OUR ADVOCATE  WITH THE FATHER  Sermon by g  CHARLES T< ������  RUSSELL |  Pastor Brooklyn 5  Tabtmacle, J  JKow'shall we come by Tiieer-Johr,   SELF RELIANT HELEN KELLER NEW YORK'S WATER TUNNEL  I The way is a way of faith. It is  made especially narrow at the 'present time, because tbo-Falher seeketh  now only such as have special faith  She Refused a $5,000 Endowment From   should It Ever Burst It Would Engulf  the Subway.  Probably the story is based merely  Andrew Carnegie  The other dny Helen  Keller vlsilcil           in   Him*.    In   tbe   coming Age   the j'Andrew Carnegie; and us a pleasant'upon tho'hysterical imaginings of ouo  darkness will be scattered, the true r surprise be  proposed  to  settle   upon   0f these chaps who'are always dlscov-  ncoiuo of  ���������Vancouver  Ciiy is once  from  Pastor  oi good audiences,  of    his-   addresses  ILC,       ,,.     '-Our  more honored by a visit,  Russell.   He never foils  We   report   ono  which     probes  deeply n topic of vital interest to  thoughtful people���������How ��������� may -sinners  como info relationship with God?  His lest was. "Wc havo an Advocate  with the Father, Jesus' Christ tho  KiRhteous."���������I   John 2:1.   ,  Impressively the Pastor, reminded  us that humanity is m>'constituted  as to have a longing for things, in-  fini__���������a desire Ior a God and ior  superhuman care, and guidance,  especially in life's difficulties, lie  declared tbat, -phvenologically, veneration and spirituality are located  in the crown of the head, as ,though  indicating that tbey,' properly, should  ��������� dominate tbe entire being.' Notwithstanding the fall, which brought to  our race impairment of, mind, as  well as body, and unbalance of natural qualities,' with tbe . majority  these  high  functions  none  tbe   loss  ' persist..  JUan' still'- worships, 'reverences,  adores, however much his impaired  judgment at times misleads him into  worshiping unworthily���������a sculptured  tto;:e; an image, an ,idol, a creed, a  husband, a wife and children. Under  ���������lhe' giiiihuice of ,lhe Divine Word,  ChrUiinus realize tbat the'one great  object-of worship is Jehovah, God,  through Dis Son, our Lord Jesus  -lirist.  The   Pastor   asserted,   backed    by  .the Scriptural statement, tliat Satan,  man's great foe, God's great enemy,  - nirit yet bovjnd, has in various ways  attempted to mislead us, lo separate  us, from God and from tbe llible,-  niid proportionately to darken .our  uVorstanclings with human traditions, creeds, snprstitions. In the  light of our wonderful day, however,  human     intelligence     is     rebelling.  ��������� God's lime has come for the binding  of,.Satan and the liberation of his  prisoners.      God    is    answering   the  .prayers of His> faithful'people. '  .-  The moment we' begin  to exercise  ' our  reasoning .faculties,  the    Adver-  '   Faiy. seems  to  redouble  his. energies  to. hold -iis_back_fmi__tbe_r.l'mtb.__As  _t! Paul pointed out, he is an adept  at putting   darkness   for   light   and.  liidit for   darkness.-   And   when   his.;  ������liipes  begin to   think   and   inquire,  '.bis method seems to be lo pose as a'  reformer,    lhat    he     may    mislead,  Only Approach to. God Is  Through Jesus��������� Divine !  Guidance Needed.  i -ii, i-->i  -    | - - atr I, -     r~i i - ii ii~n ~~i   * ^**  the right hand of God. And wo. note  that He has now still higher glories  than He liad0 before He came into  (he world���������Uie Father's reward for  liis loyal obedience; as St. Paul explains, "Wherefore God also hnth  highly exalted Him."���������Philippiuns  2:9.  From Jesus' lips wc bear the 'Message of tho Kingdom-Tribal God intends lhat ultimately Messiah shall  becomo the great- King of earth,  authorized 'to-lift up mankind from  sin and degradation, and to restore  nil the willing and obedient to human  perfection ' in a world-wide Eden.  Thon conies the Gospel invitation to  all believers in Jesus. , The ��������� invitation-is to become joint-heirs in nthat'  Kingdonrwhich is to bless tbe world.  I am convinced that many hearts  nre longing for God, or, as the  Psalmist expresses ,.it,' "My ttheiirt  and my flesh.crieth out for the living God." It'is" one thing to, know-  about" God, about, Jesus, the Divine  Plan of the Ages, the'selection of the  Church to be the Messianic Kingdom  class, and' the "Millennium, in which'  carrying us past the truth into' hu-  man\wisdoin, theories, speculation, or  into occult, systems. Thus, many today, the Pastor declared, have step-  pel out of - ignorance nnd > superstition, merely to be entrapped by other  mper-dillons, or ���������by Agnosticism,  l-'.volulioji, Higher''. Criticism, ��������� He  iirg?d bis hearers to be on guard  nnd to hold fast tbe Word, which is  Hide to make us wise' unto salvation.  --2 Timothy 3:15.  The trend of modern thought i?  iVivny from'tbo ttible, a way from, the  thought 'of personal sin,' personal  condemnation, ii.personal Redeemer  t.nd a personal salvotion, Tho tendency is to think of nnd discuss  tivie righteousness, outward moralities, political progress-in general,- a  social salvation, to be accomplished  by moral and intellectual forces.  The Pastor woida1 not, be understood  ns opposing any humanitarian work,  lie declared that even unwise efforts  f-oinctiiiies .prove beneficial to their  imivei's, though (iiiluros in themselves, on ,the.principle that no man  onu attempt a iiood work for another  wbo will not liiniself.be blessed by  liis own efforts.  ' Higher Criticism, through (ho colleges, not only lyis undermined tha  Word of God, but in many instances  bus destroyed faith in a personal  Creator, and bin abolished the  thought, or tho soul's need of a per-  Eonnl Saviour, in tho Hiblo sense.  Hence to-day many will poso as  Christian*, and declare their faith in  nn iiimei'soi)iilvGod������-ii "naUiro" god  -whntVvci' that may be. Similarly,  tho highest concept of those respecting Jo'-iis is Unit Ue was u groat  Toucher, Willi nn uplift ing, civilizing  ���������  ajji'Shagc,  All tliis is quite imhlhlicnl, inisiil-  Wrioioi'y to Uia hungry coul���������chaff,  ���������We iiood lo get buck to tho Hiblo.  ' Wc need iti declaration of a (Soil of  Wisdom, Justice, Love and Power  infinite: a Ood of sympathy,'wlm  lui;' taken notice of human woo, sorrow, pain. ?:in, doiilh, and who has  "hoard lho groaning of the prison-  t'i"?"���������Adiim and his children.  Wo noi'd tho Hiblo presentation of  lhe fact, that God can have no sympathy wiih sin. and can hnvo,. no  dealings witli slnnors in tbo way of  vi-cuyiilKlnu: llioni. Wo need to see  lb-* ju'ilico of the penally tha Jiihlo  leils���������so different from tho penally  .--.( Ivifere nn in lho creeds of a (hirlli1!'  past. Wo need to son that the son-  U'liou is a j"nt one, fie mc villi .'.p-  preeinto the Jmdicc of tho Judge in  proi'ounciiig th"- siuitoueo, "Hying,  '   thou slmll die."  l.nt ovon to get the proper onneap.  f:,-.., ���������1 tUift'-: ,'liiMiee, by necinc t.hnt,  tiie death penalty, and imt a tori pro  penalty, was pronounced,- Is InPiilII-  oicnl. Wo need to too homothing of  iho Lovo' of (.od, sold tho Pastor.  "In this was manifest tho lovo of  God toward u.", heenuso lhat God  K'lit His Only Begotten Son into lho  world, that wo, might live thnnndi  11 im." Thus wo ,neo Josns nt ITU  First Advent Iwgining the fulfilling  of (Jod's l'romino for the blessing of  humaiiilv. Wo note Ills <>bpdinnci\  ������i������H^.iri������������b;c, loyally to the Fnthor,  Initbfvfhio^ uni-'; donlh. "oven thn  doiii'.. of tho doss." Wo behold Ilu  CTfcltatioi, by the Fntlvaj"���������His nftcen-  abiU up to v,l.uc lie Waa before-at  Tho Christ, Head and Body, will  bless and uplift, mankind; but it is  quite another matter to know how lo  come to God, how to get inlo this  Church class. The'general thought  is, 1- will go to some church���������1 will  see God there. But nlnsl-God'is not  to be found in every church. -Nay,  we cannot even say that every professed minister of Christ-'is nble to  point (be longing inquirer tbe true,  way to fellowship and harmony with  Jehovah.  Alas, too often it, is the case tbat  ministers have no knowledge'- of this  way���������have never come to God themselves! Alas;'too many will be found-  full of forms and ceremonies, and  some .full of hypocrisies, rind some  full oFsuperstition!    . ..    . ll  In some instances, they will try  another church of another denomination���������possibly finding themselves,  merely entertained ,by -, a talented1  choir, singing words not understood,  or hearing an eloquent dissertation  on politics, science or evolution.  Often''such conclude that, their soul-  -hunge-r���������for���������God-���������and���������-Truth���������and-  knowledge was abnormal, that they  had better? not mention the matter  for fear of being thought1 fanatical.  Others in' turn ������������������ explain that th������y  have sought ministers and asked the  way to God, and had been merely  joked with and turned aside from  further serious, thought..  The Pastor declared himself not  responsible for any one but"himself,  yet he realized ��������� ihat tbis meant a  greater responsibility than that of  any minister'in IKe world���������because  through his published sermons ho  comes in contact weekly with nbout  tweiv.e millions of intelligent, thinking people... Tbis Was his reason-for  the topic of to-day.   ...  .._..     to lend a helping band, orallyv or by  bis pen, to all within bis- reach.,  Aiid he invited correspondence front  such.- '   ,- . - '  I must tell you plainly, said the  Pastor, that- Jehovah God is a great  King abovo nil lungs, ns the Bible  declares.   You well know that, evon  Light will shine! All the blind eyes  will'see.out of obscurity," Then pro-  portionately, less faith will be necessary. But now the way is obscure,  and correspondingly the reward is  great.  - You already believe that God is,  else ,you would1' not desire, to como  near to Him! You already believe  that God purposes' to reward those  who diligently . seek Hjm. olsc you  would not be inquiring the 0\yay  back to His favor.- You arc in the.  way now���������the way ,of righteousness.  lf yon were able'to tender perfect  obedience to God, nothing less  would'be acceptable to Him. But  knowing that you are in a fallen  and imperfect condition through  heredity, the Father bus 'provided  through My sacrifice a covering for  your blemishes', so that,' notwithstanding your unwilling weaknesses,  vou may be accepted of Him through  Me. '  AVe answer, But believing this does  not still bring us imo relationship  with God. What shall' we do? . We  will be glad lo do all in our power.  And we arc glad lo believe that our  imperfections are to bc made good  through Thy sacrifice. But with all  these provisions, bow shall we- proceed lo'get into communication with  tbe Father? Show us, dear Redeemer,, lhe way back i'o tbe Father and  to the everlasting life which is His  gift; for wc have heard that while  "The wages of sin is death, tlie gift  of God is eiprnnl life through'Jesus,  Christ our Lord."���������Romans 6:2!..  The Master, answers, The thing  necessary for you is1 lhat "1 should  introduce you to the --Father and become your Surety, making imputation to "you of the mcrit'of'My sacrifice.' ..If' I shall do tbis, you will be  accepted by the Father and be begotten, of the Holy. Spirit, and thus  become children of God, heirs of  God, joint-heirs with Myself .jn tbe  Millennial  Kingdom.  Then the question comrs, up. On  what terms will 1 'be your Advocate  with, the "Father? My answer is  that; by the Father's arrangement, 1."  may act as Advocate only for those  who become followers of My example. If, therefore,, you desire Me to  be your Advocate and lo bring you,  ���������into relationship with the Father nnd  to make you My joint-heirs, the  terms arc those which I have' already  expressed: If any man will be My  disciple, let him deny himself, and  take un liis cross, and follow Me.���������  Matthew  16:24.'     ,������  The question of. coming into God's  family at the present time is one of  becoming_discipla__nf Jpsiis._iollow.ers  the bliiHl.-und deaf girl an income, oC  orltiK somo new (error in metropolitan ������  ���������$.,000 a year for life.   She refused it  nro. but it is now lolil-us"lbat the most  promptly. | dreadful accident ever" known will be  Mr. Carnegie explained that It would ^n possibility as soon as the water.has  be n pleasuro foivhlni to feel that he boon turned inlo the new tunnel which  could have a share in her future by will carry the eiiy's supply from lhe  providing enough to leave her freo to Calskill mountains. The water tunnel,  utilize her talents without financial which runs under Now York, ranks  worries,-- She (hanked him. grateful next to tho Vniinma-onunl among tho  for his tlioughtfulness, but said:    ,       tremendous engineering projects of the  "I fool that I .am able now to pro-   world,  vide for myself, nnd" 1 want to mako j^',At n helidit'of from, .'0 to -100 foot It  my own llttl.'placo In Ihe world.   1 do j carries  a  river  equal  In  size  lo  tho  not want to feel dependent on any one,   Licking at its ordinary stage, confined  Mrs, Ralph Pulitzer Fairy  Godmotbor   to   "Newsies."  1 want (o glvo buck to the world some  service,for nil that bus boon done for  nio and lo fool that it Is my own contribution."  Insisting that she accept the endow-  ment, Mr. Carnegie asked why she  should refuse bls'tondor when she had  accepted Mr. Uodgers" aid In her college education. That was different, slie  explained, as her family had been unable lo meet the heavy expenses of her  education, but now that she was educated nnd thoroughly capable of sell!  support sho could not accept favors  from any one.  A. widely known,educator, In relating Ibis incident, a few days ago, said  it. touched and thrilled hlni more than  anything he had heard for years���������this  n(Hided.girl, appreciating the generous  spirit of Mr, Carnegie. (Irmly refusing  to accept an endowment (hat famous  men have not rejected. "1 regard It,"  ho said, ,"as one of the finest examples  of the self reliant spirit 1 have over  known."���������Baltimore Sun.  A SEARCH  FOR  A  SWORD.  under very considerable pressure. At  several points the. water tunnel approaches closely lo Iho subway. The  theory of (he new, alarmlsl Is tlmt an  explosion, a slight earthquake shock  or some othor unforeseen cause .impossible lo guard against might shaller  (ho dividing wall bdween the submerged river and the sulnyay. In  which event crowded KiibwayMraius  would be submerged before the pus:  sengers would have tho slightest  cha'uco lo escape.  I don"l think this report' will lessen  travel on (ho subway. It's pretlybard  lo scare New York. Somo years ago  most of the newspapers shrieked for ������  week that (he Brooklyn bridge wns  about, lo fall down, and travel over It  was uot diminished in the least, except for throe hours nt (he beginning  of (he scare, dining which tlie police  fought back thousands of peoplo who  wore trying to cross..  However, a noted engineer, to whom  (he theory of tbo possibility of n subway tlood from the water tunnel was  submitted, would say only: "Such a  thing,Is highly improbable. "It is not  ut .all Impossible." - New York Cor.  Cincinnati Times-Star.  REFUTE OSLER'S THEORY.'  Men Well Past Sixty Who AreiHigh In  Uncle Sam's Service.  Vi'he, refutation of Dr. Osier is found  In' the  ages of  men  in   Washington'  if granted an audience, with an earth  ly king, it would bo after somo ono  had introduced you as worthy and  after you had inade preparation in  iho way of a special outfit of clothing  whoso 'out and quality would bo determined for you. Should wo expect  to rush wildly into the presence, of  the groat Kulcr of the Universe, even  if we were perfect, oven it wo wero  I in covenant relationship with Him?  If the holy angel? may appropriate,  ly veil their faces in the Divine  Presence, crying. Holy, holy, holy,  should mortals rush in where angoli)  four to tread? Further, wo aro imperfect, sinful���������still worse, we arc  under a Divine Bonlenco, -or cur.1,  which declares that wo aro 'unworthy of God's favor, fellowship  or blessing, and urn cut off thoro-  from. How shall wo overcome such  barriers?  At Ilrst il would seem to be a hope-  loss cose. Hnt lho King of kings is  very gracious, and bus sent, a ,Mcs-  fiiigu declining His sympathy." Ho  lias pointed us to lho launb.of God  and His Miorlflou for onr sins, nnd  has declared lo us His willingness  to receive us through this Ono, Uo  will ba thn Mediator between God  nnd tho world of inniikind in due  time, during tho thousand year period ot Ills Messianic Relgu.-I Tim.  olhy IM-fl.   , ;  Wo miglit wait and have Iho benefit  of thai geiiornl dealing in wliich the  Mediator will cancel Ml lho claims of  Juslicii against   tho   nice   and   deal  wiih nil mankind according to their  .conditions of weakness   or  strength  ibi character.    Hut wc want   to   approach now, and especially since wo  have hennt ihat God is willing, ami  ! (hai die riKihd ad)  U Ifi' -i iprcbd  I class, I ri   Income   tho   Urldo,   joint-  j heirs willi the Kodcemer,  J    God's Message to us is that thero  Jh    no    appi'onch    to    Him    oxoopt  1 ihromrb  the  Redeemer.    To  tho fie.  fleomcr we go, to .ksiis.   Saviour, wo  adore Thoo, l-Wo doslro to como haolc  into   /ellowHhip with   our God, our  Creator,   Wo   desire   that   Ho( will  again recognizes uh ns His'children  and ngnin enter into covenant rr-by  j tionsliip with us, promising m, Jilo  I I'vorlnstiiig, full harmony with Him,  I And we havo henrd from the Fathor  that the only opportunity, wo havo l������  . Ihrough  Theo,  the   UedeemtT.    ic  I us what wo slinll do���������how   wo shall  I proceed!    Tho   Mauler's   answer  ii.  "I nm tho Wny, lho Truth, and the  Life;   no   man   comcth   unto   tlio  Knihir   but   by  Mel"    Y.������.   Wd,  io wi*  beiieve;  w   wo accept.   Hu*  in His steps in the,narrow way, enduring the" opposition, of-the world,  the flesh,-1 and tbe Adversary. ������-nd  thus demonstrating our- loyally ^ to  God, to His, Truth,'to His people,  and sympathetic love for the entire  groaning creation. If tha steps, once  seen, bo not taken, it will be because,  having counted the cost, the believ.T  has been unwilling to pny such a  price for fellowship with the Father  ond with the Son."'Tn such ease he  could expect no furher progress. Tho  inquirer would have gone as far as  possible without, entering by the  strait gate' into the' narrow way.   ,  _.. ....       We  are    not   intimating   that   he  He wus anxious would suffer special punishment lor  failing to accept Divine favor and  privilege. He would 'merely be losing the things which he hnd the  privilege'' of paining, after he bad  seon them afar off nnd .had beon-  convinced respecting them. To gain  the front .reward of the Lord's favor  means the entering of tbo strait gate  and th-e-walking in the narrow wny,  ���������Matthew 7:14..  To those who accept tbo tr.rni������. the  crosses, the trials', tho difficulties of  the way will bo more or less appar-.  ent iittbft beginning, and will continue to tho end of the journey. So  far as the things seen are concerned,  nono are profited, by accent ing dis-  ciplcship with the Saviour, Thoir  profits, Ihoir rewards, their blessings,  aro things unseen lo tho iialural eye.  Vor thom..is reserved, it faithful, the,  blessings of the future. Biiggeslod by  tho Apostle, saying, "fiyo hnth _ not  soon, onr hnth not hoard; neither  have entered into the heart of man  the things which find hnlh l" n-.i'pr-  vnlion for thom thnt, lovo Uuu ���������  supremely,-!   Corinthians  2:0.  And nol. only do those consecrated  people of find' becomo heirs of God  and- joint-heirs' with Jesus Christ tu  that future inheritance and that  blessed work of lho S?e.ft of Abraham  in blessing all lho f..mM������ <>. ,11"!  oarlh, but thoy have joys. bk'ssiiig.t  and ponon in llm present timo, which  iho. world can neither give nor take  awny.  Happy people: And In addition lo  all this, tbey nro privileged to b,i  nmbasMidors for fiod-lo make known  the Divine ohnrnoW' and phm to  others, Moroovor, thoy mv privileged  evon lo'suffer for thoir faithfulness,  nud in so doing, thoy are assured  tlmt thoy arc adding to their glories  *,f Ihu future.  Who  Has the  Weapon  Congress  Presented to Von Steuben?  Search' in   two  continents   is  being  made for tlie sword that congress presented  to  Major General   Raron   von  Steuben   when, he  resigned  from  the  Continental army at .lhe close of (he  Revolutionary'war, but so fnr.no trace  of it has been found.   A joint committee of the senate and hoffse is seeking ! prominent'in the service of the conn-  it so that a description of it may.bo  included in an official story of tho unveiling or the statue to  the   Revolutionary hero in this city recently.  Appeal's to historical and patrolic societies  d.o aid In the search have been issued.  It  Is   believed- the  weapon,   which  was a splendid specimen of llie armorer's   craft,   may    bo   somewhere'   in''  ���������France.���������IHs-known-thnt-BaYon-voi.-  Stctiben willed it to Cotouol Benjamin  Walker; liis aid, and ll is'supposed that  Colonel Walker, in turn, left it to his  daughter.-who Inter was married to n  French army officer.  The weapon was presented to Baron  von Steuben .by congress by a resolution" adopted on April lit, 178-1. .on his  retirement as inspector general of tho  American army. It was specially man-  ufactiired In London, and Ibe beauty  ot workmanship lavished on it was lho  subject of newspaper comment.���������Washington Cor. Cleveland Plain Denier.  The Newest Broom.  Street cleaning on the general principles or sweeping the parlor carpet is  rapidly coming Inlo uso in Europe. In  many cities various typos of vacuum  cleaners are being tried out. Most of  tbem are motor vehicles.-In which lho  motor operates "the suction pump besides driving the car, In Milan a street-  sweeper almost like lho ordinary carpet sweeper Is being used, A revolving broom, flvo foot wide and four foot  thick, revolves in an Iron shell, which'  (Its it closely except for Hie slot whoro  (ho broom swoops the pavement. The  motor, drives the broom round fo fast  that IU cronies a suction in ibv idieil,  sucking In dirt that Is stirred up by  Ibe bristles. Tlio dirt Is (ben carried  two-thirds or I liu wny round (ho shell  and thrown Into a I'iii.-Saliii'day  Mvonlng Tost.  try:  ��������� Edward Douglass White, chief justice of the United States supreme  court, the world's greatest judiciary,  sixty-eight: Associate Justices Mcl.cn-  na,-"seventy; Oliver Wendell Holmes,-  seventy-two; William II. Day. sixty-  four; Horace Harmon Lurton. sixty-  nine.  ���������il udgc-M arl 1 n���������A".���������K na pp,_prcside_nu  judge of the United States commerce  court,-seventy, Champ Clark, speaker  of. the house, sixty-three.  Senators Bankhead,- seventy-one;  ���������lolinstou. seventy; Smith of Arizona,  sixty-one; Perkins, seventy-four;  Works, sixty-six; Thomns. sixty-two':  Du Pont'.'soventy-'livo; Bacon, seventy-  four; Kern, sixty-four; Cummins, sixty-three; Bradley, s.lxty-slx; Thornton,  sixty-seven; Burleigh, seventy; "Smith  of Maryland, sixty-eight; Lodge, sixty-  three; Nelson, seventy; Clapp, sixty-  two; Stono. sixty-five; Newlands. slxly-  (ivo; Galllnger, seventy-six; Marline,  sixty-throe; Root, slsty-olgbl; Burton,  sixty-two.-Washington Cor, Now.Vork  American.  mis. iiam'ii pumracii.  Mrs.Dllalph Pulitzer, wife of the ed-\  iter of the New' York World. Is playing the part of fairy godmother'to tlio  newsboys of the metropolis.  Mrs'. I'nlilzer, who Is n daughier of.  Dr. Seward Webb and a granddaughter of the late William li. Vnnderbiit.  is the originator of a scheme for tha"  social betterment of the ' ���������'newsies."  She is chairman ol'���������n' commute, to  raise funds for tlio erection of a club-  bouse for tbo llltlo wdl's wlo earn  their living hy selling papers hi the  streets. -  Mrs. Pulitzer proposes to give thes.  'youngsters ' a common' home whero  they can get the right kind of enjoyment out of life, and sho hopes similar  movements will be taken up In oilier  cities.       .,-,  entertains at Summer -Resort.  Any girl who is talented nn a siiigci,  piano player,  fancy  dancer or elocu-1  tionistcau earn considerable monoy by,'  applying early in (be spring to proprle-J������  tors of the large summer hotels to be,  engaged to entertain their guests.   Onej  elocutionist   who   teaches  a   dramatic!  scriyol-iii-the-wiiitei'-spoudsj-her-vaciW  tions profitably in this way at a different slimmer resort each year."She has'  tier choice of a room and board at tho  liutels in exchange for her services or,  of receiving n salary nud rooming and  boarding elsewhere.  As she.is a dainty, refined,1 fascinating niid-well educated llltlo woman,  she makes'many friends each summer  among the wealthy gnosis and returns  to her classes each autumn greatly ben-,  elllod in health, besides being richer in  friends. (  lt proves also a good advertisement  for her. as,she generally adds moro  soho'ars to hor classes oaeli year iu  consequence.  Wrlto Shelley By Clock.  In tbo recent sale of llm Browning  ���������a in London some i.'xtniordin  Byron's Endowed Memorial,  In Iho "In Monioi'liini" column of Ibo  London Times for April 10 Iho follow-  ing ndvoi'llsciiiont appeared:  HYJ.ON.-GeorRoGonluii Nod Lord Hyr'on  died   noblv   fur   Clrofco  ul   MIssoIoiikIiI  April ifl, 1&1M.  "Whon lovo who nerd fonjoi to hiivii  Tlio youi)., llm himiillfiil. tho bravo,"  -"Tho lirlilu.ul' AbydOH."  Hlr Walter Scott, npciildnu or bin tli'ntli,  mid, "It l������ iih If Hip kiiii biul ituno out."  This nollco annually Is paid for undor lho loi'ins ol' tho will of a lady who  greatly admired iho poet nml Is to  apponr, wo iiiidei'sliiiid, every yonr hi  Altitut).  Limit of the X^roplane.  There Is believed to bo a dotinlto limit beyond which o umnin nu/iferoplnii-  cniinu'frnsc-iifJ.   A'ttni Buc aerodrome  - in-rl^'ai)ce-ViwMari_^.ri M. Perroyon.  1 in "ii ���������,...1e������lot.|iif)t)Qplaiio, succeeded in  I r'nncMim'lh.*' t'roiilcudous.' height   of  I o.obo^iv-Ka'S'. (iiwrr. root),   no u������w  I boat all records. The atmosphere is  only about half as dense at those grout  heights as It. is al lho earth's surface.  Not only docs this alTcct tho lifting  powor of lho aeroplane, but ll' reduces  the horsepower of tho motor as woll.  so.I hat It Is doubtful if a machine will  over bo ablo to climb to a height much  greater than four miles. Then, i-loo,  (hero I.s (ho dllllculty In breathing, and  II; wlll bo Inipei'iilivo fcr Ibo aviator lo  Inspire oxygen.  Europe's Doctors.  A parngrapli in I'm Budapest Orvosl  ITclllap to thb effect llinllii tho wholo  of Kiinipe Micro are about 100.000 medical mon la tho subject, of a lei I or to  lho Ixuidon Lancet, In which lho wiil-  er sa.vs that In Croat Ilrllaln thoro nro  :i_.(,0(), In Kranco 'Jlbflfu. In (.criiiiiny  IW.'I-I!) and In Austria i:W0_. Theso  four counliios alono would havo. according to tbo llgiiros glvon, lO'.'.OUS.  hi addition, Italy Is credilcd wllh in,.  IliiNsIn, Holland,  _.,.  . 'J7CI physicians and  lio TlinoH iiiiIII a ineiiioiiiil of Byron \ spnln, Portugal, Swollen, Norway, Don-  ' mark and other countries iiiiiiceouiitui.  for." According to thu Kiirnelst'o, thero  na> Kii'1,000 physicians In rMi'ope.  is  iKltulllod  lo  Westminster  nhbey,-  Now Vork Post.  China's "Altar of Heaven."  One or Ibo most snored places In  China, tho "nllnr of heaven." bus boon  thrown open lo Iho public.    I'or centuries It was Jealously giiui'doil an a  _,_.������. in London some extraordinary   |>^������^^,5; ^ ^^'Z,  (he peoplo nnd regarded with holy rov*  let lui.s wen; put up    mh.ii; ,       ,  ,   .  Jim-kin drnouncinir   Nhi'Uoy'u   ulylfl-  "0110 might, writo Shelley by Hbrews-  bury clock," Ho than proceeds to givo  11 specimen of how It could bo done;  "It was  a lawny  bh't  Ily anemone nnd vile*  Like moMtic pusirn,  Thoro Hiit a KonllomHn-flindied una  f-hy��������� , ,   .  And a filrl with corkscrew curl In her  eye,  , .  On the RrftM, betweon-w������R a  l������'"K������  pel pic��������� '  And a bam bone-elrv,niv wbnvon.  And lhe gcntlomnn"iif-ken���������In necuiiU  mild���������  'Wns it rjulle enough soaked, boforo it  wnn biledr' ,        .. ,  Aiid lhe lady ropliM nn ���������bo pullod ���������  "' vilot,  cronoo on their part.    IHU whou permission was at last given for vulgar  ! Lonely Australia.  1    ProfnSHor Ilnldwln Spoiicol'. who occupies lho chub' or biology In lho Lnl-  '; vorslly   or   Melbourne,   has   rehirncd  i from 11 sojourn among llu? blacks of  1  |l,,,|    vi'.'.lmi        Wli'll    ���������irilclf    lilm    IIIO������t  ' forcibly"was tho "cslrnorillii'iry oinplb  1 ness and IhiioIIiioks of that gient land,'  In lis .VJM.fiCi) square mil"* thero aro  4  ayes In pry Into thu mysteries of tbo , only i.ouO while people,   And v.liblu  Beatrice Herford'e, Geography.  , There's   11 nol hor   Beatrice   II erf onl  Blory going (he rounds Jiist'iiow.  Tlio story goes tliiit'-on a recent visit ���������  to London Miss llcrford was one night  allotted a very famous geographer as  her dinner partner, llu. proved extremely agreeable and had much to  toll hor of cortnln charming out. of tlm  wny Ungllsh villages ur'niown to tbo  American tourist, .   ���������.  "Do you hnppen to know a'little  place called \\" ikleV" allied Miss llcrford Innocently.  "Winkle, Winkle," repealed lho great  .geographer.    "Hum,   ha,   no,   I  don't  scorn to remember'liny placo mimed  Winkle."  "Well, that's as near an I enn come  to tho proiniiieltillon of II," pursued  Miss Uerford. "It Ih spelled, W-bn d-  s-o-r o-a-s-l-l-c," ;  Don'l you hope for his^wii sake ho  was "(pileU on Uie uptake" wllh a  sense of humor as hlg as ids icputa  tlon?  The lTiiturii>t Fun,  A now placo has been found for llm,,  illsllncilvij bunch of futurist  powers.  They have been used nl  llm cursngo,  011 the but, nl lho licit and on the neck  ruff.   Behold Ihem now fn.sleiied pertly to mil, lai'o or Ivory fan!   They nro  olToellve, loo, tbo gaudy si Iff fluwfrs  ii������iilnsl  (bo dnliily  wlille  fan.    Thoy  nre generally caught about (ho Moms  |o ihn outsldi) sllek  of (he  fan. and  . oui! of Ilio Ilo Will's Is fiisleiied M'i'Ulely  ' Iii plnco farther nliuii; the Mb U     M-  1 ranged In Ibis niiiiiiier Ihey do nol In-  ' torforo wllh lho opening and shulling  ! of llie fan  i    The  womnn   who  enn   n������o  a   paint  brush can  make a  fiiliirb-l  fan of a  ,Pf|'e I   ������������������ni-t,   l-v   de m 1111 ���������;   .,   uoi   ir  hire    fail Willi    Kpnli   llllil    lilnli'he'i   nf  brilliant   color-eei'lsc,  nriiinso.   purplii  , ���������Jin) bright green-In oil paiuls  holy of hollos grout iniiltitiidos from  Poking poured out ot lho oily to seo  lho sight, which shows ibo mum-ru  trend of nffnlrs in the now republic   ���������������������������  The Qermnn Universities.  Tlio Gorman universities inniingo to  koop about one Jump ft bend of (hose Ir,  this country In the multrr of a I lend-  nnco. Itocont flgure������ Ui tho vdocalloii'  nl Joiirnnlq flvo lho 1JK1 '.3 n-fl-trn-  II011 of Berlin iinlvcrslly nu .������.������.".!. I.rlp-  r,tO fi.170 nnd Munlcir8,797. Cobitn.  bin at about tlin lamo llmo rcclstrrod  0.B07,  IncludliiK tho Miminor ncbonls  few days' sail Is a small Wl,inil--.lapiiu  -wllh ���������in.ffOO.OW) of people, a fact calculated 10 *'lllilKo n,VlMl,Ui.ui. tnmi.  nbout 1I10 posslbilllles of the fiitino."-  Londuii (.'broiilclo.  I Antarctic Coalfields,  I Probably ibo mo'-t practical dlscnv*  ! itry mitdo'hy Ihe'lll fated Heolt cxpnill-  j don lo (he l'Jiilh polo was a ureal coal  ! Held, nald In be il leaM ImI'i miles lung.  . Its w.d.I. h������s imt born nsccrliilnod.  I Aiihli'idliB n������p������trls aru l<V thu effect  I (hat lli������ ecu! &J"1 been..'ii..l������������ed ami 1*  rtcclarrtj c������ t* of w.irlisb'o timiUiy.   It  rShini !l\ll. Vow-San* wouia ipiM -Cliloiiito 0.40������'nViil Mlcblvau 5.620. Ibi-M   |g ���������i..������ of th* Urgea faiwliu lu tb������  nr n      ��������� '{ belna the leader* [ wiirld.-Argonnut  Thn Utdlul Btool,'  Mnnv wiiincii lime fiiiiml Ihnl H Iti  rmn-li WWo.Y (o sit down (o M������rk nl miob  Insks ns washing dlshe������. preparing  ^ogoiables and oven Inmlng llulllno  Idrawboi'i'les, itriitlin, \iirbnm iillHe  rials, etc., all become pleasant and eiiHy  tasks If do mi silling down     A  high  ofll'T Mfol irliiintil be ill ereiy Mii-fit'ii  II can bo flipped umlcr Hie fink '>r ibe  Mlrlii'li fn'ldi' and I'el'cei die Mrn In  from many inM;s. Such n Mon) cnu in  boiiBbt for nbout fL_.Y It Is penernlly  loo high, but n few lii'tics laben fmiir  Nieb h'U will mil ll to j������.m IndlvUluiU  , eccdik TK'E"NEWS, CUMBEBLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA^
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A now litia oi' Heaters on S'.ile lliis week.
<1)nbHty Host mi iii pric.'S ns low na ],ii?sil)le.
A full line of Furniture, lVd> and Dividing
Alwiiv.1? "U iniattl.
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I Wood  Wood |
Wood   -    ��
38 '
Every  Woman's  Desire
'  -.      'IS TO J.K   -
Have your'Clothes Tailor-Made,
A  ��
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''   A. B. CRAWF
To Insure that Individuality
in style and fabric
1 ���Piae'e-you'Pbrdepcxiith |
It Couldn't Be Done, -
fy    Now is the lime to place    <;-,
'*���' r��i
��    ymir  oi'd.r   for    bJ.AH    @
I WOOD                 |
�� S2,n0.. .tier double load  ' ��
$ $1.50 .... per single hind    @
[j -   '     '   From The            '   |
| Star livery Stables I
^. I
iSoniebody  f-aid lhat it  couldn't
he done,
,    lint he. with a chuckle replied:
Tina   '.'nvaybe it couldn't,"   but
he would b��� one,
, Who wouldn't say so till lie
So b.  buckled   riglit in, with a
trace of a grin
On his face,    U hv worried he
"     l.M-it."' '
He stiu-icd to sing ju? he tackled-
^      Uie"t*mng; :   "
.That caulilu't be done-and '
he did it,   ...
' ' i-
Somebody scoffed: "Oh,'you'll
never do that ���
"    Ai k-ast no one ever has done
Viij-'   ���
15r.l he look off his coat and he
look off" his hat,
And lhe first thin',' wc knew
he'd bc;j:;uu il,
'Willi a lift of hjs chin and a bit
:   of a jji'iii, ���
'WiLli'Mit any Ooubtiii" or
JJuHtart.ed to sii.<.\"x-w he tackled ���
ihe ilii hr
Tlmt couldn't bi) done���and
he did i*..
'JMiei'c: nre ihousniicU, who will
lelj you it e.tniint be done,
There a:c thousands who prophecy failure;
'J'Ik-ic a re ihoii'.aild.-! \o point out
to you, one by c>ue.
��� "Tll<! dcuif.'Ors thai \snit tons,
i-ail ymi,
Jlui ins* buekhj in with a bit of
���*f* .
n <;nii,
Then lake off \o:iv coat and go
lo it.
Just Mart in to siucj a.�� yon tackle
llie tliiiiy
That ''ciMinot be: done"- -mid
)ou\] do it.
-- lvijv'ir A. Oue^t
Cumberland & Union Waterworks
Co,np3ny, Limited.
���" Sprinkling will be allowed di.ly
'two nights a week, vi_: Tuesdays
and Fridays, from 7 to/J o'clock
in toe evening.      Leaky tap must
he. attended'to at once.   Any'cliun-
g��s or additions lo existing piping
must bo sanctioned by ihu Coni-
pnny,   '' ������
,    .     Ily  Older ;
,B "II1111 III
i �� m w w:
W. S'
g, Montreal
?| A large   stock of. shorts,   hrun, e.rushed oats,   hay a ���
&.-     poultiy feed  for sale ;\t���eNc.Tptioniilly low prices,,' ���"
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We fru'araii'eosslvlo,'- Jit and workmanship'
i\A\   w
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��;J|\!    ^Latest MoiU'S, Kewest Kuhrics,'250 samples       f ;^ ^
���--     L.   W.  r>TUx\NrS
���    Secretary
Cumberland, B. C. July 30, 1913."
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' We pwut liulics' and goinleinc.is
visitiuii ca.dci.
We print \Vedding invitations.
We print.dunce prograiniues. ���
Wc ] rint hotel hill of'fares.
We   print',   meal   tiekels,:, also
.! i ii 1 J_.a J i d Jj KOI) rl'tjel.-cfR.^   1'     ���
"\Ve-print, placards - and notices
on canvas. ,
We print coiLwrt' programmes
.and admissiiiii Jickdl's.
We print- bn'swi"ss cards.-.
We print-billheads, ordinary or
loose leaf sy?t.m;'.
We print lot lei heads and .note-
heads, ,, '      '
Wji_ni'iiit'Stateinoiite and envoi-
is nom
omolete ���
and will he all opened   uji. for   ir^sjeciion   on'' '.';-
Siiiiii'ilny.     Make your si'helions' now  while-    '' ,    ,
.lhe stock is new and clean " >.    -.. .
���/       , afen's anil'Ladies' Coat,.Sweaters,  Under-   ,
wear, Hosiery, Children's? lloeds and Jiockey ���
-Gaps,   Ladieh'"Wnitts,  Shawls  nnd  ,1/ai.oy
MjDtor Hoods. - "
Gent's,, Ladies' & Children's House Slippers
Blankets, Comforters, etc.
THE"IBEAL'\STdilE ' .^ttoTarbeiis
p ���'.
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H' i!
. 'Wo    print   posters,   handbills
and dodger*..
for the Milk wagon-
with the Green Box
<|>    Onr Milk is the product    |
^'     .of the Uest Fed-Cows      0
g   ,       rRP,Sl-I    iMILK. I
��� Delivered uioruin<>& evening-^
.1    HWIll III!     ' I   I      I IM  .,   ..���.    ��� -P        ',.,.1 .   I ���---,
Many of our merchants sa)
that business is looking-up, and
tlvii pay-day was good. It ought
to be with a Colliery Compnny
p-.y roll of fully.-?ioo.ooo a
mouth, and the llioti-ands ol
cK 11-ars paid out every month by
the U, M, W.ofA. to its muni-
bo is.
 ^ ,���
Library nUlisiic-j i-how that lhe
w.irkii.gt.i.n of Viotfiria read a
(jreiu dot] and llioy rund a hiyli
oIuhh of linir-ilun1, Thoy will si.on
be iho cdncaled chttis if iho piweni
ii.ovi'innui ciiiniiiiiiN. Wl on ��� a
n.:n etudiN? works dealing with
plnlosopliy, coi.ipdintivn loliyion,
poli.ical economy and kiudted etili-
JHdfi ho it) odiifi.iiiiig InniH.H far
huttf-r thnn could po.-is'ihly be
dono by loiiriiiiig to uninohi o
N'irpil. Uo is eotiin^ lo llin Ikikc
offlilngp and ;non Iiiih f-nmniliii.'p
11 talk and think about. Ilo mny
nol hnvo lho kuncle of cnndnciirg
l.itn.olf in ft fiieliionnbio drnwiiif.-
room, but l.o known mor*' than
iiiaiiy oi iiior-o wlm indulge ii> iho
.'-mail tnik tlmt (.'iiiatiaioh in til eii.ji
Kveniujj I'kiM.'.et. in Sieunjrra-
phy, three times a wool;. Foi
particulars and terms appl,y io
Miss M Hate, 1��. 0. i'.ox 370,
CniiilK'i'laii'b H. <���.
Uoi.'t lorgot the   giaixt   cou-
Hevvative conceit, nud   rlaiwc   in
llu-   Cumbcilaml   Mall   nn   iho 'yliemlB. Tlie|)o/rfti.i��ion'(.f\viMlLli
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evcniii" ol tin' 1.-.U1.    A spit mud ..,,.,,
......... 1 ;   !'1''(." ll.r: moving 111 fuHhionnb 0 m<
ciciy add much in iia cnnvuliiiio.i.-.
Tlm        workman     who    epend-
ih    nvenii:^.',    in    study     soon
|i \'-ri hinifccif on 1 far ligher piano
ili.tn ir.O!��t  ({  ��� k,   He  Ib  fi.tit g
!iinii(;H eiio ffti" > i^her plane than
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We. turn out-   wdi-k   wlien  voti
want it aiid'liow you want it.
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1 QKAi'TS   ISSUED   IN . Xn Y.'' OU.kUKN'CY,   I> AY ABLE   ALL 1;
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|" iitdiit'hcf-t  Ourrei't Hates nliuwed oii Depoi-its of $1 unci upwards.    :jl '
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'B UA:ION PAY. B.C.   Sub-Branch, Op.n Tuesdays & Fridays   ���
I ��� D. M.'MQRRISON, Manager.
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COURTENAY,   S. 0 , ''Branch,    Opon Daily.
Ro H. HARDWICKE, .JV.ana��er.'
Agents for Pilsener Urewing ("0111 puna's HHER
Wholesale Denlers in all Kinds ol
% Wines and Liquors,
Will Loavo tho. Fo.i lilico os Follows  Exoopt Sun ay:--
I.cnve Cmiiberliiiid lor Cuiirlomiy nt S a.m.
"     Coni'tenav Cor Cumlierland tit 8.H0 a.m.
Ciinilierlaiid for Conrtena.v an<l Como.s at 10 a. ui.
"     Comox for ('.nii'tcniiy and Cnmhei'liind at  IL a. iii,
11     Cnniherhind I'or Uoni'tcnay at 1 p. in.
11     Cniii'leiiny for (himherlaiid , nt 1 HO p. 111,
(.'uniliui'liiiiil I'in' Coni'Uinny nnd Uoinox UM) p, in,
for Coiirluniiy and Cninhin'land UM) p, m,
I'lirii- Ciiinhei'liiiid lo Courtonay 75n
(.'"iiirtniiay to Comox,....fiOu
r^. (      JS Di;. j.Im'Iic, l.S, CiiMiljorlniKl.    Starts July 2S:li
hii'Mtln imihl ho juvjiiiid and lotlors Btiuiijiod
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Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER :
P. 0,'UOX 4C3
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General Merchants and Bakers
P. O.  Box 262
Cumberland, B.C.
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true evlillarntlcn oi
mrttorcyclfnd till you
rldo the Indian���
Cdnecliilly (he 1913 Indian.
Tho new  comfort  featurei
nmko it moro than ever the
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-    Pfiwcr, 8peeil nnd  Endurance unequnlcil
i     by any oilier motorcycle.   Costa next to
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