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 ' \   ���������'��������� ������������������  i  -xi. y +'. . f  r,v  yj  CUMBERLAN  Devoted Especially to the tnterewt.s oi Cumberland and Surrounding District.  a.  h-x.**"**xxs*w������)jixrm*^ia&.M*Mar.tfK������ wtittmmm'n*  B������������3'.Jrv������^'^������^w*-,,  T:ik.1>Jk\v.s,.Twknty First Ykak.  ^���������wwtvhx?; tmgxm^l^^rto^������^tMir>^m^im)>*tnn mm*tmm w ������*:��������� wn ���������ww r������w-L_wwiKtt������w������w-u������ffff  CUMBERLAND,' H* C. WEDNESDAY, SKl������T'.  SO,  :qi4  *W ' ' .  WE HAVE JUST had   del-  ivered to us over  FIFTY HOYS SUITS.  which wc tire placing on  sale  . - EACH  S2.95  sizes 23 to 28c good hard wealing   mateiial  just  the  thing  lor, the boys���������all have bloomer pants.  A good assort nient of boys'  suits, a8 to .33, made of good  servic.ible tweed  PRICE .1.3.75  Extra Special   Val-  in  Better Grade  -of Cloths   in   Suits  for Boys Prices  ,$4,50 to $9.50  ������2 WL  MrtC 11  __3       li       W        !_������_        m\    tS.  The Day  By HENRY CMAPELE. .  (The author of this poem  i.s Mr. Henry Chappell,' a railway porter at Bath. Mr. Chap-  pell is known to his comrades as  the "Bath. Railway Poet." A  poem such as this t lifts hiui to  the rank of a national poet.)  Vou boasted the Day, and you  toasted the Day,  Aud uow the Day has come.  Blasphemer, braggart and coward all,  Little you reck of the numbing  ,     ball,      , *    .  The blasting shell, or the "white  -      arm's" fall,  As they speed poor humans  home.  You "spied for the Day, you lied  l'or���������the Day,  And woke the Day's redrspleeu.  Monster, who asked God's aid  Divine,  Then strewed his seas with the  ghastly mine;  Not all the waters of all the  Rhine  Cau wash thy foul hands clean  You dreamed for the Day,you  schemed for the.Day;  Watch liow the Day will go.  Slayer of age and youth,and  pn me  (Defenseless slain for never a  crime) ;       -   .,  Thou avl steeped in blood as a  !  S" Company, EirMEecT;  t-fcDus3k*rJOmVJmx*sk*Umttrm\**r^  New BooKs at  arid Circulating Library  1'   hi-    ���������  >AW&  The Hidden Volcano'  j.  n.-f���������i ,, t .1 , ... *  . il���������01-niK  ~l J V'^���������i I l~OU i 11V ,���������  . .'False Mend and cowardlyVo..  You have sown for the Day, you  "Onco to .Every , Man," by  IIany Evans.  "Diane of The Green Vim," Iiv.  ...coiie Dairy in plo,  "HnuuV ' by an anonymous  writer.  "Tlm Devil's Garden,"   by W.  W. Maxwell.  ���������'"Tlio Escape of Mr. Triiiim,'"  by Irving S, Oobb".  ���������'John Hurley Coin," Jack Lou  don't, latest,     ,    .,  "(10M,"   by   Stewart   Edward  Whlto.  ���������'Sunshine Juno,'' by Anno  "Warner,  Hooks for   num   and   women;  boys und girls, at J'oacoy's circnl  ating Library.  Of courso all'the world is inter-  osti'd in rending tho novel which  won 11 prize uf tun thousand doll-  ar?, und doubly ..0 becuum 11 wmn-  tin wroto it. The book is called,  "DIANE OF TIIK Ol.KlSN'  VAN.*' by Li'ona Pairyiupio,  mmmm^mmitmmm0m4*il**i*m.U������*****l������(������a)tlH|t/.,,N**k* %****  When ynu lined 11 Sewing  Machine, lm wire and gel tt  SlN.iBlt. It1* tlio BEST  mi tlio market, nnd will Just  you 11 lifetime. S������.|il on ,n\u\\  monthly pnyiiiuniH, or nt 11  it'diiiilion for cash, il'dc-ired,  Agency nt Tlio Ciimin'i'lnid  News Olliee, whore ii.ii.'.l.iii.r.  can bo inspected. The������c jn  need nf niHoliiiift li<'i'i"ai-iiri.'n  (���������mi 11U0 olittiin same, at  tlio  ngnllPV,   iMlllHUUlil'   Avi'lllli'  "Dud" tried nn acrobatic j'liiiit  .Yum ���������* bugfty ,.������_ u*.i.-f o,.j. .-m  came to grief. 0, you ������������������Kin<;.-,"  in in;! M������. Wliito, in wliito all  riglir, mul a tod tho pail or t\u<  ���������'Good S;nfuimtt.n,"  Mr-. P Aciun, cf Hornby Inland  I* in tim aline  \Twk.  But whence this ��������� sudden ex  plosion when all was outward  harmony '��������� What suddenly made  the pious old Emperor of Austria,  sign a declaration of war declaring it to be a duty which gave  him the greatest pain he had ov:���������  er experienced ? What was it  made the German Emperor, who  who no doubt believed himself  to be God's very apostle of peace  t) mankind, suddenly set Aus..  tria upou Servia with a view, to  au occasion for giving Germany  her right place iu the world, that  is, a position to dominate all olh  cr nations ? What was if, suddenly, in this twentieth century  of Chiistiauky, sent to the best  manhood of all nations, willingly, almost joyously, Ibrib, with,,  out a Iwiugt: of conscience to  mow down regiments of the How  or of mankind with the great en-  gint's of modern war as men now  mow down swaths of grain I  This quintessence of hell and  chaos of stupid unreason i.s sure  ly not llie outcome of human intelligence or of man's ever (lev  eloping ethical m.uso. lr never  e.tnie out of his brain m all, but.  out of that region of him, vAwyi-  ever il bf, in which the '.igi'r sur  vivos, ll has become a common  place .it' recent seieu- <���������, lhat uiuM.  of ,1 man's being and doing arc  governed, nut, .bv his const join  Ihiukiti;.'. Iml bv  Aw  rov.dhirv^  ()!  r,  jiiic unuMisuons  region  of  11.:. r.iiul, v.Lo.-.-.!  ;wv������,iniiig tliii-  Ceptiini:', reach   ii   In a  way  he  . ...  .Viiow,-, ,.1-M, lOai v.. oi .HhJ.ih- jj 1,;  physical junctions i.ud veiv  lurgi-'.y !ii;; acts, it js the abiding; place of habit, ot iulieiited  tendencies, ol community impi.il  m.s .md   ul  nutiuns which cutci  1,        :     ,  l)���������.      ti.lt.slll.ak.it, ,1.1    .,1, ������������������/r\(.;.l, iLlll,     illl'l  notions    wlucth    tin:   cor.M'ious  have grown for the Day;.  Yours is lhe harvest red.  Cau you hear the groans and  the awful cries?  Can you see the heap of slain  that lies,  And sightless turned to the  flam'tt-split skies  The glassy eyes of the dead ?  Vou have wronged for,the Day,  you have longed for the Day  That lit the awful fliune.  'Tis nothing1 to you that hill and  plain  Yield sheaves of dead men amid  the grain ;  That widows mourn for their  loved ones slain,  Aud mothers curse thy name.  Bm after the Day there's a price  to pay  Por the sleepers under the  sod,  And He you have mocked for  many a day���������-  fasten and hear what Hv has to  say :    "  "Vengeance is mine, I will repay,"  What cau you say to God ?  ��������� l.oprinti'd frcin tlio ".j.iikIoh Dully  ..xi-m." ('fopynrlit )  u^;_.ia**'t������r.i_ir;i'-rtt������rm-fcwwt^^  mind   would      repudiate,     but  which yet assert themselves ov-  rr the life. It is this that  rules  not   only the emotions,   which  from lho beginning   were   sup*  |v.-;i<l to have their seat in   the  internal organs, but lhe healthy  ov unhealthy action of those or  gnus themselves.     It   is    here!  where are stored   up our auto-  mat ic acquirement.'., ������,uch as the  motion?; li'iun.d   at  drill,   such  ., - ��������� -        ., ������,, ���������  .,..   ,-ia.iiii,.,    .< 11 iWn   maiming   Vi 1  playing uotts faster than it is  possible for the mind to think  Ihem. It is this tn wliich psy  chieal lualiug makes its appi-.l  !'��������� ih thi.s thai is ic.iehcd ai:dj  pra:lik.ul   upon   by   hypuui.-u..  ��������� Montreal Witness,  The WhitcFeather League  A ,roinarl.nblo' league has  boon  established in'London.     It is the  work of the girls, and ia  mooting  with siiigulur suce-ess.    It was originated in consefpioiace of tho wir-  ious eomplair.ts mude by our loading public, icon of the dillieiilty in  inducing able-bodied  young  meii  of a certain class to enlist. One of  tho leading London  dailies commented   upon   the fact, that   any  day ono might see.  several  thousand young fellows luinjrini; round  Hyde L'ark or ,Ilimes'  Park watch  ing t/10 troops drill, but   that   on  being iipproachod by  the  recniii..  ing sergeant   tlioy   melted   a win,  Lord Kitchener's appeal has   hewn  insistent, and   finally  has  so  impressed the girls' tlint they started  a "White .'eat-ier Lean,.,."   The  orgauiziition covers the  wholo of  London.  It is a reeruitinij airency.  The girls divide into sqimnis   and  patrol  certain   specified sections.  Every young follow thoy moot   is  politely accostedjuid asked to or...  list.    If  he  consents,   the   girls  conduct him to the'nearest recruit  ing office; if   ho   refuses without  sufficient excuse, they simply say,  ''Then permit nie  to present   you  with :. white leather.'''.  As a rule  one white featl;cr'. has been found  ���������toLiiotiie_triciC7j_ owyoungTiTonmwff  been-found callous enough to risk  ii second:       Iii addition, the mrU  agree-, and   it is   said  "that   they  stand by their.bargain, to   boycott  any young'.men of their acquaint.  SunscujrT.ON-$r.oo a Ykaji  ���������twin������������������������������������.nantTjw_t.-CtW-������ ������umn.*ttmr'v*\iw.*rw**m***m.v3 m****m^mm***mt\^^-*,c&^M&**jaw*^^  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD^ I  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSF.." ^  i Recent Arrivals in Goods that  I Are Much in Demand inclade  i  I       c/illoa Wheelma  (Si *-*  I [Yarns ',������������������.���������  "  A    Choice Selection of Shades,    imported  from Alloa, Scotland  -<-  Ladies * Waterproof  Coats  Two Lines--���������Plain Shades  'Ok*  lA'  Cf-  %  I  9.  A)  vO  Waterproof. Coats and  For School Children���������all _i/es  Od  #.  -<������-  P. S.���������.Have you ever tried Robinhood  Flour? You will probably receive''this'  week     a     loiter    "from       the milL'  ers of this Hig-h Grade Flour, and we ask  the favor of your consideration as to its  contents/ This is a- personal matter be.*  twectiMis.   -The list of, names ir. furnished  to  ������  9-.  (V  I  I  ance who '-funk" service. This  may seem an extreme step, but  only to those who have not realized the seriousness of the present  crisis and who do not feel that  whon Kitchener says he wants  men, "this menu, vou���������" There  aro hundreds of younjf fellows of  this typo in Victoria. Aro our  girls patriotic enough to start a  White Feather League ?���������Victoria Week.   ,  bv ourselves. Trv this fiber; it i_ <������uaran-  teed to be the best ou the market at nny  price. - .  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  -it;-  k  %  IS)  -  THE CORNER STORE  CUMBERLAND  % Phone 10  ������  P.O. Box 100 g  Uf'MWlivirM  Mrs. J. J. Wier arrived   homo  from Victoria on   Saturday laM.  A telephone niossngo was re-  ceived hero on Tuesday i'veniiM'  from Victoria, statii.glh.U a naval  ongagoinont between four (Jcr  man shijis and a supposed Japanese ship was in progress in the  Stnuls of Sun Juan'do Kiica,  This may bo   another   Leipzig  va Ml.  s Patriotic Soc'y  A general meeting ��������� of the  above Society will be held next  Tuesday, October 6th, at 3..30 iu  the Oddfellows' Hall.  It i.s hoped that many, new  members, together with all those  who have already joined, will be  present,  The fallowing articles have  been sent to Vancouver:- Woven (launcl bauds, six pairs socks  one knitted helmet, eleven pillow cases, seven flannel shirts,  fourteen hospital ni^ht shirt?-  Au acknowledgement of their ie  ceipt will be print.d in the Vancouver Daily province (probably  Saturday's issue.)  Mr. and Mr.i. Alexander   Kini*  arrived home  I'rem   ihoir honey...  moon trip to Viutorii.   on   Tuesday.  W. K. Lawrence, malinger of,  the Colliety CeompanyV general  store ul, Bevun, has received "ord  of the serious illness of his fiith- .���������  at. hit* home in Ontario. Mr.  Luwroncn expects lo Jenve inline-  .diiitely lor the east, and will bo  iireompniiied by Mrs..   Law renew.  1'on't forget the iSiiJRor S'uviiift;  Machine Agency ^t the Cumberlaiul  Sown, \������ Jioro you can yot "tipplics.  ���������i"M-H-M-i"M"i"i"!-!"j"i"i������i������i-i������i"i' ^^'^a^'^���������^a^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������!���������'^>^'J*^���������J''^.^���������l^���������������?'.^^���������v;..l������J..!������^.J-^.^.i������HH^^'^wHH*M>'l���������  5_ ��������� ���������'������������������  %  1"^IUS L'-intj; tin: unm Jcr showing  new ������iJi clothing; stvli's���������tin* man  who lu-* worn  CAMPBELLS CLOTHING ���������  will just naturally p,o alou^ tci the  Gimph.',r������; riMihinrt- Shop on |)nn^inn'������-  Ave-., will m:_ uud buv lii^ new i'ii!  suit.  ?  i  t  ?  i  km  Ifyou arc looking for clothing t!..-.:  i;.  most ������',:iliv,r-uM'>r>' it) h-id-t-;   t"il >"rv'i'".'(ii'  too will wear Campbell's this wim.-r.  s  I  T  f  j.  X  ���������1*  i  ���������I*  4  j.  CAM__P BELLS  at*  t  m-w-H-M-H-w -w-w-i-1-i-J -M-h��������� :-k-*:-h "W-h-h-:-: -1 -:������?-> ^h-������!������:-: *-:-:-j--x-k-k h ���������&& THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  *"%  A Debt  Discharged  By Edgar  Wallace  Ward,  UcK    A'Co,    Limited  Londor, Melbourne and Toronto  ~=-  =^=^  (Continued)  "1   understand    now,'    said    Gold.  "Rapidly  Us  reviewed  the details  of  Verity   Bell's   rc-appcarunco   in     the  light "of   her  husband's   explanation.  "The day cf niy release was made  known  to iny wire," Comstock    lleh  went on, "and  it wus' arranged  that  she   should   w .ill   for' me   at  Southend,    You knew she was there?"  (lold nodded.  "1 knew .he was there; 1 did not  kiiow   it   was   hor   houdiiuarters."  "To my surprise," said    Comstock  Ucll, "she  was not awaiting me.    It  was  there '.  found your win- telling,-  tno to go to tho housf  on the Cam-  ortilKe road."  "There  is  only one  thing  to  do,  eaiu Gold, "you can safely leave the  London end to the police, let us gut  back   to   your   tug;   your   wife   may  have returned."  ComstocK Bell hesitated.  "Slie may ,iave gone  back  to see  you." he said. .  "In that case she Is safe," said  Gold. "Fortunately we have not  <;one far out of our way; wo can turn  iff at the next village. From this  side of Waltham Cross there is a direct road to Southend.'  They had :io~ difficulty in finding  the way. The tug. was moored some  distance from the shore, and at that  Lime of night it would have boen no  _asv task to find a waterman to rcw  Ihem out. But near the pier head  Lauder, tho skipper, of the tug, was  uniting for them.  His news was. not re-assuring. Mrs.  Comstock Bell had not returned.   ���������  '"But if you come to the tug, sir,"  ��������� tie said. "I think 1 have information  for you which will be helpful."  ������������������They rowed out to the Seabreaker.  "It's about this Mr. Helder," said  ihe skipper,- "I have an idea that he  may have something to do with the  lady's cl'isappepranee.  They were seated in the little sa-  ��������� ��������� ."hicli uore traces of a'woman's  hand, for these two saloons had been  Mrs. Comstock Bell's home.  "Going up and down the river as 1  'fiave been (Icing frecmently," said the  .skipper, "ther 's very little in tho way  'of new buildings which have escaped  tne. Three month,, ago a new boat-  house was built, on the Essex shore,  between Tilbury and Barking. I  thought  it .was  a  rum   place  for  a   ntgas"rn  c.r'Aft " ^   '"TiA   pleasure    craft?"    said '  Gold  quickly.  The skipper nodded.  "Yes," he said1;1 "one pf the  finest  , motor-boats 1 have ever seen, and a  Foa-goiug one at that. A saw the makers   doing   their   trials.     Since   then  she  has  bpe     in  the  slips  and   not  once have 1 seen her in  tiie water.  Evr-ry day a man ,comes to 'ook her-  over, and  from what my son  picked  up from the attendant, one day when  we   were  lying  off   the  boat  house,  waiting for your lady, she's got spirit,  and  provision enough to take her, a  len days' voyage."  "It's strange," said Gold.  He  looked  at  Comstock  Boll   .-ind  eaw  that  the  young   man   was    impressed.  "Aftor nil," Gold went on, thoughtfully, "It's i. wny out of London  which Ilelder would think of; tt  would bo worth the monoy In case of  emergency, and likely as not Ilelder will try it."  "1 think it ts Mr. Ilelder," put in  Lauder, "at nny rate, the mnn who  looked after the boat told niy boy .it  was nn  American  gentleman.'  i inn <vo can do," said  Comstock Bell, "is lo go up iho river  to this mysterious boat hoiuio Wo  can lose nothing Wo can spare a  man to watch it if tlio boni has not  gone and can resmno our journey to  London."  Gold nodd.u and the Captain went  forth, to hi? little bridge. In a few  minutes the Seabreaker was under  weigh, steaming up the river against  .lie tide. The.night was a dark one;  they passed three big steamers coming down on .tho ebb. There was no  sign of tho mc tor-boat UU they had  left Tilbury behind.  Then Laudor's voico rang out sharply, and suddenly the tug listed to starboard  as  she  swung around.  "There giei: something," shouted  the captain from the bridge.  Abreast of them and running at full  speed, her engines whizzing noisily, a  long lean motor boat slipped past, between the tug and  the Essex shore.  lier little. aft cabin was .ablaze  with lights, and then of 8 sudden  those were extinguished  "No harm -will come to you," he,  said; "if you are sensible," he added. '  They left the factor's store on the  left and walked and stumbled forward  for a quarter of an hour. In the dark  ness  tho  gh'   distinguished   a  squat'taste and  building which stood on the edge of  the water.    The tide  was  high, a_fd  Holder gave a little grunt of satisfaction.  He fumbled for   a   moment at die  Thj Jc,   of Flowers  If wo had to name the really national recreation  tve should sa>  with  out hesitation It it, gardening.  Matthew an.old' used to chide bis  j fellow-countrymen lor    their lack of  their  iusensitiveness to  nne things But against any such  impeachment there is to be set this  deep and pura deli_ht in the joy of  llowers. both sexis, all ag<=s and  all classes, part-Ke of it alike. There  EXPORTS OF PULP DECREASE  door of the building,'opened it, and  j_ uo more beautiful   and   no mor3  pushed her before .him inside,  A faint smell of tar and gasoline  greeted her.  Helder lit a lamp and she saw, that  she was in ���������. large boat-house, and in  the centre of, the woli-greased slips  was a big motor-boat The guides  sloped down to tho big doors at the  She's   going   a  bit   too   fast -   for I other  end  and  apparently  continued  me," said the cap,tain; "but I'll oyer-  into tho-���������water.  take   her   when   she .reach..- rough  water," a  Bell strained his eyes towards the  little black hull. Dark as It was, the  foam of hei wako was visible. The  lug's engines woro now spinning at  full speed and the distanco between  lho  two  vessels  was  maintained.  "It may not bo her." said Gold;  "but we must risk that. It Is certainly u mysterious craft which tries to  flip from the Thames with her lights  out."  In the darkness the skipper grinned.  "I, have done the same pretty often recently," he said.  . "I think���������" snid Comstock Bell-  then suddenly across the water from  the boat ahead came a shrill scream,  then another.  The cabin of the motor boat was  suddenly illuminated, and silhouetted  between the light and the watchers  were two fl.T'irca standing on tho  stern of the boat.  Comstock Bell clearly saw a man  and a woman. In a moment they parted as one slipped from the boat into  the dark water.  ��������� "It is the woman!"    he whispered  hoarsely.  CHAPTER XX.  Helder Slips to Sea  In a deserted part of the Cambridge Road, Helder, flying from justice, had come upon a car .which had  broken down. It lay in such a position that it was necessary to slow  down to pas:; it.  A woman sat on the bank reading. The chaffeur had apparently  gone to the nearest town for assistance.  Even in'������ that moment of . peril  Helder was not so engrossed that  he could pass any woman without  the scrutiny which was habitual in  him. She raised her head as the car  came abreast; Helder's foot wont to  tbe brake and the machine stopped  with a jar.  "Mrs. Corxutock Bell, I believe?"  he said.  She faced him fearlessly, complete  .mi_t._ass_o___firs_)f though not of the  (To bo Continued)  Nothing as Good for Asthma., Asthma romedit's com') and go but overy  year the .lales of the original,Dr. J.  U. Kellogg Asthma Remedy grow  greater and greater. No further .evidence could be nsked of its remarkable merit, it relieves. It Is always  of the samo unvarying quality which  the sufferer trom asthma learns to  know, Do not suffer another attack,  but got this 3plendid  remedy today.  Itching Scalps  Dandruff and  Fallind Hair  >y  Kit  ([{ YA\K/  thy    A  N.^.,1',  ���������/it \Vi     >  M. jyi  '������f$i  yy iz������j  Successfully  Treated wiih  Cuticura Soap  Awl Oil ir.tira Oin. mcnl. Directions:  Make a purling unci rub gently villi  Cuticura Ointment. Continue until  whole scalp hits heen gone over.  Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap. Shampoos alone may  U um:iI ;u often a. aRriraWo, hut.  once or twice a month is generally  mlfioient for iwomen's hair.  ruilftir������Bf>ip������fiilOlBimM>t im ���������f.lf! .hroiufcwji  liu-vMM A WumA it.tt.tAti lit lirti. avllh 32-W  ?Mh liinU, wiii {iwl-fr������*. AOirrm l-i'Oer DafiA  CLuu.o,tu���������llnliLCtli.UotVm, V.t A.  situation, for Helder was a primitive  man  in  such  moments as  these,   j  "1 shall trouble you to come along  with me," he said.  She made no reply, she know it  was useless to argue with the man,  but she threw a quick glance along  the darkening road. There was nobody in sight and she realized her  danger.  Helder stepped aside and opened  the door of tlio tonnoau invitingly,  but there was a threat in the invitation.  "I'm not going," she said resolutely.  She  wanted  to    parley,    to    gain  time;  but in  that moment of   crisis'  she  could   think   of  nothing  to  say,  and Holder was alive to the danger  of delay.  "Get in,1'' he snid roughly,  She shrank back;'    ne caught hor  arm and half lifted her into the car.  "If you  scream," he said, turning  from   his  di Ivor's  seat,   "I   will   kill  vou, do you understand that? Put up  the    hood,"    Uo    addressed    Tigei  Hrown sharply, , ,  Thoy had  stropped  tho  hood  taut dominance  when 'the lightii of ancthor err camo  into sight  over the crest of the hill,  a mile away.  "Get ono on or-ch side of her, and  hold her hands," snid Ilelder; "if she  screams, stop lier."  Brown hesitated. Thero wns an  ugly look in his Taco wliich Holder  rightly intorprotoii. Out of the poclcoc  of hln white ilust-cont ho slipped a  revolver,  "You're not going to spoil niy  game," ht mild, "d'ye hour, You  monkey with mo and It's hell for  you,"  There war something that was almost inhuman ln his ruKt-illstorlcil  voice '.'ind rigor sank down in the  scat with n gasp,  Thoy passed tlin other cur ut full  speed, It wiih night when lli'.y  reached London. Thoy slipped  through tht< busy streutH nblazo with  lights at whnt seemed to tlm driver  n snail's pace, but which wiih nil loo  i|iilck for the silent ciiptlvo, Holder  iivolilcil the more populous districts,  skirting Um suburbs, and boro Htetul-  Uy fust till tlioy reached the marsh-  hind of IOhsox, and London wiih only  i  glow of warm light In the sky.  Udder had formed his pliin ns ho  wo'it, Uo luul iiiiido careful prepnrii-  itou for tiiic.i. 'in emergency. Throughout Knglaud, ln unlikely plaooH, ho  hml routed or bought cotlugoH. Ho  know the vnluo of a fixed abode, and  tho danger which awaited llm criminal whose idi.'ii of Kiifi.ty lay In moving i|iilrkly from place to placo  Conspiracies in Servia  Since the wai ended Servia has  passed through a troubled phase.  The - peasant-soldiers, all that wero  left of them after the Turkish bullets  and the Bulgarian bayonets, went  back to their pigs and plums. The  officers went back to, Belgrade. It  hurt their feelings to reflect that after all their heroic exertions the government of Ihoir country was being  carried ou by professors an j  lrwyers and other individuals iri  mere black coats and bowler hats. A  few weeks ago a body of young officers were fathered together in the  upper chamber of a Belgrade cafe.  The air was thick,, with cigarette  smoke, the water was unlimited, and  of the best quality. Excited by their  potations the warriors drew their  swords, and oyer the crossed blades  swore to march to the palace and  extort their rightc from the 'autocratic premier and the sovereign.  The crown prince was to bt proclaimed, and the'king was-to be conducted across the Danube. The garrison of the citadel \,as considered safe,  for the command jr-in-chief's principal  aide-de-camp was known to sympathize with the insurgents and would take  care that they were not interfered  with.  '���������  But consp'rafors--it is a good rule,  faithfully observed on c the stage���������  should talk in whispers. These  young gentl.men spoke so loudly  tnat an .'htelligent serving-maid,  bringing in fresh carafes, naturally  caught the'drift of their conversation.  Sc when they sallied forth .to carry  ^fikr������i_y___c-ut���������their_pEoj-Jc~_thay_toind_j_xo_]__L  pathetic sight than to see how, even  in the poorest'quarters of Loudon,  among people long divorced from  any real contact with the soil, this  ineradicable feeling for nature  struggles :o assert itself, and succeeds in asserting itself, against Iu-  couceiva.le od.is. As for tho country  and suburbs and the parks, we aro  ready, in this matter of llowers, to  back England against tho ,_ world.  There is no difference, except of degree, between tne geranium pot on a  tenement window-sill and the teu-  dcrly-cuKiviuoil villr. front and thi  lordliest and n.oat luscious garden  in the land. >t Is a healthy and refreshing instinct that leads an  Englishman to ruiso llowers on every  foot of earth, howovoi meagre n.ul  niggardly, ho can get access to, and  k has mado of thi_ plump and smiling island a horticultural paradise,  We have gard.ns of overy kind anil  showing every trace of foreign origin and taste; but the best of them  ail are those that are most English  ond most, peopled by. simple, eld-  fashioned" English flowers.���������London  Daily Mall.  Wore Pulp .f-i  Paper Now Manufas  tured  in  Canada '  According ;:o the annual bulletin on  pulpwo/>d consumption issued by the  forestry branch at Ottawa, the,con  sumption of pulpwood by Canadian  pulp-mills has increased by 28.1 per  cent. In the last year. ..The manufacture of pulp. has increased and the  exports to tl.e United States, Great  Britain a:.d China have decreased  While the imports have' also Increased, theso form but a smail part  oi the total consumption of pulp.  Canada still exports almost half of  the pulpwood she produces In the raw  state, althoi gh these exports are be  ing checked - by regulations enacted  in the different provinces which forbid the, export of raw, or unmanufactured, timber cut on crown lands. The  recent legl.laticn in tho province of  Quebec which also forbids the export  of "raw" limber from lands granted  lo railway omp.u les will tend tc further deciease :his economic waste.  Altogether, 48 Arms operate 65 pulp  mills in Cmnda. Quebec has 34 of  these mills'; Oitaric- 17; Nova Scotia,  4; New Brunswick, 4; and British Columbia, 'A. In addition to these active  mills, reports wero received at the  forestry branch from 10 firms whoso  mills were ulle and 5 linns'with mills  under construction.  mm  READ  ���������rue  LABEL  BAMPOWOER  l,v.  i^r=^ ���������===__!  >  , The  Family Purse  There has been a great change in  the economic situation in the family  sinco grandmother was young.'.Home  products were collateral at that 'tithe;;  the grandmother rarely ever saw  any money. Once grandfather gave  her 25 cents. Grandmother was so,  amazed at this burst of reckless generosity on t.he part of grandfather  that she was speechless, and the possibilities of the situation were so var  ied that at tho end of a week she gave  the quarter back to him, saying:  "Here, husband, dear, is the quarter you gave me. 1 have suffered  great mental disturbance since accepting it. I cannot decide whether  it is best to buy gingham for an  apron or to buy calico (for a sun  bonnet or to purchase yarn for knitting, l.havo hai no rest by day ana  no sleep' by night. Take it back,  and let me regain \the peace of mind;  I had before you gave me all this  money." ^ ���������  Of course Us no': a bit like that  nowadays. But grandfather, passed  his thrifty idea^ down to his sons,  and that is what the women are suffering from now, when they have to  get-up--in assemblies-to discuss ways  and means of controlling the purse-  strings.       "  Discusses Intricate Questions  Few citizens have ever heard of the  American Mathematical society, to  say nothing of the fact that its delv-  ings in the scienco of figures have  been ,of value to,. European savants  And yot the socie'y has been In existence for many years, has a membership, of 710, including sixty-five life  members, publishes essays and textbooks on mathematics and has a  library of 4,902 volumes. The society  discusses with ease such complex pro-  ,b|ems as the restricted problem of  tijreo bodies, (he fourth dimension,  th.vFredholm determinant, covariant  curves of the plane rational quintic  and cyclic systems of osculating  circles of curves on a surface. The  last subject does not refer to kissing.  ���������Washington Star.-' "  Not His Fault  Sandy���������McNab���������had���������the-  reputatiou  pany of sturdy peasant-soldiers from      ���������-   ��������� ������   ���������_ ,"   affi^Ia  the frontier uplands in the w&y   an fa .  ���������    cautious/. He oncc  were  promptly  disarmed   and   taken  ";,,,'��������� ���������   "    _ b ', mH_  ���������__-���������,������������������-��������� ���������  promptly  back to their quarters.���������Condon Stand  ard.  State of'Ohio.   -Hy or Toledo,  LuciK County, " \      ss  Frank J. Ciu-ucy makes oath that ho  is senior nnrtner of tlio firm of V. J.  Clipnov i. Co.. <,o!iiK business In tbe City  of Toledo, Countv nnd Slate aforesuld  and that nald tirni will piiy the sum of  OSV: 1-ll'NDHIOD DOLLARS tor each  and ovory ouse of Catarrh that eanivt  bo cuivd ���������y the i:.se of HALL'S CA .-  AltJtl-1   CUKK,  FRANK   J.    CIIRNKY '  Sworn o bef ro me nnd subscribed n  my  presence,  tills (it'idny of Docem-iv,  A.n. issc.  (Senl) " A.   V. 01.I3ASON.  Notary   rMiblie.  Hall's ^nfaiYii Cure Is taken Internally nnd nets <l jeelly upon tbe blood and  mucous ruirfnees of tho system. Send i'or  testimonials,   foe.-  V. J. ;I1HM0Y & CO., Toledo, O.  So'il   by   , 11 'Di'ifirrists,   7fie.  Tnko -hill's Family IMils for Constipation,  sold a man of little experience a  horse -which was described as being  ' without fault ' Next day the buyer  came back in high dudgeon. He ha'd  found the horse biind of an eye.  "You said this horse was faultles.!"  he roared. "Look at him���������look at  that eye!"  "Weel," said Sandy quietly, "that's  nr the puir beastie's rfault, it's only  its misfortunte."  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  Qjaint Old Welsh Custom  One of the quaintest of all Welsh  customs   Ss  the   unsheathing  of  the-  sword of Taliosir.   that ^ takes , pla-je-  every year on tha shores of Llyn Gei-  rionyd.  near    Trefriw,  north  Wales.,'  A short distance from the lake is a-  large, flat topped bowlder, supposed to ���������  have   been Taliesin's pulpit. On this  rock  the  old  bard   (who is  said  to  have flourished about- 540 A.D.)  performed his wiord religious rites, and  ever since the rock bar, been known as '���������  the "Court of Taliesin."   Onco a year,,  in August, a group of bards assemble,'  at the "cour1"���������tho chiof bard standing on ths rock and the others on a  circle of whlto stones surrounding it.  Here the rites are performed solemnly and quaintly in tho presence of n..  large crowd.   The naked sword is returned to its sheath when the chief  bard has ascertained from tho peoplo  that thero Is peace in tho land. Tho  sword     remained  unsheathed  during'  tho three years of th������ Boer war. The ���������  ancient ceremony is followed by wit-,  ty and humorous bardic addressos, recitations and songs.  1  7  "You are in favor of government  ownership?" "With ..certain limitations," repiied Mr. Dustin Stax. "I'd-  welcome an anangoment by whicli.  the governnien: would be pledged to-  buy any of my property that I'm tired  of running."  Mansfielr!. Manner  "ltlcliard M.mstlold possessed a  luu, never failed him, I  believe, The strr.ngu thing about this  is that he ,l;dn'. nee', it. Ilo hud 'fascination' enough without It.  "That' fine, dry old manager nnd  good num, ^ Al, Bn'nier, and I were  onco vlsltiiip, Mansfield at Southampton, and into ar night Mr, Palmer  would como intk, my room, nnd wo  would talk nn hour or so. It was always about Mansllold; that was always iho wny If yen woro near hinr  It wan Inovii.-b'o Jint you could think  or speak of IHtio olso.    Ono night I  1 I nselfUhness  The man who is :not giving of himself ever/ day to lily neighbor will be  liko the clu.'acter h: "Itosmorsohlm,"  .bson's play, "who all his life had  been storing hts aiind with tho riches  of ages, and had never given anything  forth. At length, stiirod by some sudden doslro, ho tried to givo to the  peoplo of his city his wealth of wisdom, Ilo stooti boforo them, mute. Ho  had nothing to givo. 'it was as if,'  ho said later 'I 1 eve beou all my  lifo storing raro things in chests,  novor giving anything away; and,  when I wished to give, I found thut  moths and .ust had entered and do-  strayed all."  Farm College For A'lberta  ,. Tbe province of Alberta is to have  an agricultural college which will be  completed early in September, 1915,  according to an official announcement  made recently. The results obtained  from the ngricul .ural schools In that  province have been most gratifying,  and with'the formation of a'college,  affiliated 'with the University of Alberta, the 3tadents who have been  attending the schools will have an  opportunity to complete their course  and obtain the degree. In presenting  the report of the schools of agriculture for the past year, Dr. Henry Marshall Tory, president of the Univers-  iiynDt"Aibert?^st^r;e"d~th-atr"tlie~success"  of the schools had far exceeded anyone's expectations. There were ?.G8  students} attending the three schools,  and th_3 was by far lhe largest number of studer:t3 in the initial year attending any c-tate educational institute  that-he was aware of on the comment. As a result of tho success which  has attended the opening of the agricultural school, thb agricultural college will be. gono ahead with at the  earliest possible moment, and the,  government hoped to make it one of  the best Institutions of its kind in th6  west,  Pepys' Library  Pepy's library since 1724 has f been...  in  the  posse.sion  of Magdalene college, .Cambridge. Pepys directed in his.  will that- his collection of books and  manuscripts should be transferred on  the death of his nephew, John Jack-"  son, to eithei Trinity college or Magdalene  collere,' Cambridge,  aud    re-,  quired that the college which received,  the books should submit to an annual  visitation from the other, the purpose-  of. which   should   bo    to    ascertain  whether the trust was being worthily  fulfilled.   , "Could  I  be  sure,"  Pepys  wrote, "of a constant succession    of  heirs from n.y said nephew qualified  like himself for the use of such a library, 1 should not entertain a thought,  of its ever being alienated from thom."  8  ���������'.  A group of Scottish lawyers were-,,  gathered   round a brew of. toddy1" one-  evening, and the conversation turned  ���������  upon    a    question    of pronunciation.  Now I always say 'neether,'''' one dr  the   lawyers  said^ in   discussing   ���������he-  pronunciation of tlio word '.'neither."  "I  say ,'nyther,'"  remarked    another,  lawyer.,'Turning to a third, he askod,  "What.-do you say   Sandy?"    Sandy,  -wliose-lieacl���������was-a-little-muddlediby���������  tQo many helpings of toddy, woke up> ���������  from a'gentle, doze.    "Me," he said.  "Oh, I say whusky!''.  Women and Science  Womon art gradually winning tholr  way to recognition In tho domain of  scionttsts,  Tho action of tho Swedish Academy  In iidinittiiu to membership Mile. Solum Lagorlocf a Nobel prlzo winner,  may perlitiiif. encourage othor lonrnod  bodies to recognize tho claims ot  nniA: - I womon to inoiiiboiohlp,  "I think you understand liim nsj TI)0 i.-Ponch Aeiidi'iny not only rig-  well iih any man oould,' 1 |(j;y restrict, tho occupants of its for-  " 'Uii,lcr.sl:.nd lilm'." Thn old man ! tv flUiti>ull������ t" lho male sex, but no  laughed In 'lis qulot way, 'Thorn's! u'.om,in \ti ovon allowed to bo pron-iit  only onu man on earth who undor-1,,, tll0 rumoiiB hml vhero it holds Its  stands Ithhni'.. Minis'leld, 'Hint s j dultbonitlouH. wlilio ono ot Its asHO.-m-  milliard MiuHllold.' Then, after u, t0(1 uoudomi:.^ tha. of bcIciico, ro-  piumo,  ho iiiidod   with   sudden   vclio- <lt,nUy    rof,|Hei    adinlHHion   to Mmo.  Repairing Fractured Hearts by Dozens  Thirty-one  patients    in a  Russian  hospital have recovered    from    stab  There - is no more effective vermifuge on the market than Millar's.  Worm Powders. They will iot only  clear the . tcma.h and bowels . of  worms, but will prove a very serviceable medicine for children in regu  lating the infantile system and,> maintaining it in a healthy condition.  There is .nothing in their composition.  that will Injure the most delicate-  stomach when d'rections are followed, and they ^r.n be given to child.on  in tho full assurance that thoy will  utterly destiny ail worms.  nionce     'And    ho    doesn't!"���������Ilooth  Tnrlilngton 'n Hnllii'iiti.  Minard's  the Ha,  Llnlr er.t    Cures    Dlplv  wounds of the noart!  Dr. Zlidlor says the patients wore  put'under the influence of ether very  soon aftor tho injury, part of tho  chest wall was lomoved, tho heart  liitcd from its bod and the stitches  quickly introduced between pulsations. Tho bony chest wall ovor thn  heart was uh put back in placo,  that organ being left, covered only by  skin and muscle.   This was done to >(  give tho hoart room to expand and | ments.  to prevent udhesions from embarrassing  the heart'r action.    Sovonil    of  the  patients  have    resumed    thoir  usual employment,   -  Tho probablj reason for the success of tho experiment was prompt  and rapid operation,  A*t an eastern military academy' the-  night guard heard a noise, "Halt!  Who ������ocs thero?" ho called, in accordance with army regulations, ft was  another student bent on midnight  frolic, and ho answered, 'Moses."'  This frivolous and utter disregard  of military rvle brought back tin*  command, tho guard probably suspecting tho other's Identity, "Advance,  Moses, and glvo tho Ten Command-  MIc Role    -,  Magistrate���������1 understand'1 that you  ovorhoard tho quarrol botweou the defendant and' hia wifo,'   ,  Witness -Ve.:, sir, ''"  Magistrate- -To.', mo, If yon can  what seemed to bo doing,  Witness���������l.o suomnd to bo doing the  listening!���������lOxclmngo,  Slrnwbi'rri'.s lave boon known in  Kngliuiil from the ourllHHl Union, but  tlio luscious bi'i'rins now coming ������o  \\r iiiurlui'.H iir1 quite ii modern var  lay, Until tho lll'ti'i'iith century nono  but. wild borrloH worn obtainable, and  oven tho "good HirawborrlnH," which  according *o Si alu'spetire, grow iu tho  Uishop of ;<_lv'.. Holborn gimlnn, can  hnvo boon only tiiiiinplaiitod "wl d-  Iiirh,"    ln Ilio eighteenth oi'iitnry   in  C'urlo,  tho .uwcuveror of radium,  This box bur wa oniphiiHlnod In a  romnrlmhlo way a fow years ago by  our Ililtltili Hoyul Society, whon tho  council irviirdi'il tho Davy modal to  Mine Curio, i'ho actual proHenliition  howovor, was mndu U Professor (hirlc  nc a Htaii'lliig rogulatlon of the society provontoi. nlH famous wlfo boing  proHiuit.  Tho Uoynl Geographical Society  hiKl yonr, by a big majority, currlnd  n proposition admitting women to Us  fellowship,  Pruclcut, Salt  Wlia*. In  lm iwu iih  'radium'  's a  Garlic for Wasp Stings  The Inhabitants of Preach Switzerland and Savoy rub a crushed clove  of' garlic upon n spot that Iiub boon  Btung by a wasp or a boo. Accordini;  to Professor Mwmod of Jjiiiisiiiiuo.  this mukoH the swo'.ling go down and  takes away tho pain.  Hnclo Vi'/ta���������ilow did your automobile ncoldoiit happen?  Undo Mlion-Woll, you hoo, there's  ono thing you koop your eye on, and  ,;��������� minthor nno vot. koop your foot on,  ,\n" InmiluhrlnuH I ���������"ll t'ltl "'"doni Horry ciiiiioh trom a i nmj nnotlior ono you koop your mum  Improved    v������ rloly    was    cultivated,  Tt-n'mii^'out' ofMarkiiiR'tlioro la\*w���������" ������������������������������'" "Hautboy." which groat-  i.  i i      r  it ,i       * . Iiv pleased Mio tasto of Dr. Johnson:  bonU'rhH'; tbo rlvor  fuctorv  ������.r  two.  nn  aviation  ground,  ,;"'"s.  lw;5i  ������   '"';���������'"'���������"'���������   vur.vij   liiUu-  _,,, uu_. j ,,(,<,���������., J ^l my muAuiiy In  and the stnnigo wharf of a cuul fuc-  ,1,,c,'<1 0ll!y ,l ''���������"���������"���������J' ������B0- tho wrong |ilncen.���������Judge.  tor < o.r.p'ii-ti-d tho hultitatiAnn on Uio  rlvor front.  It was to the conl wharf that Hold-  -   ,!!..     i   .1    lil..    ,..>���������������        lin   .irinftiOfl    to  know ilu; road vor>  woll.  "We'll got out hero,' he Bfild suddenly.  There wiic no houso In sight; thoy  M-emed to bo the only oroattiros nllvo  in the damp nud dismal noiguborliood.  Ahead of thom the girl could boo tho  urueiiy iuouihih of mill valilt-.h Kit od  i tucked up upon concreto found--  t'nii.ia, sht; ���������iik-;.;���������'d ratlur than raw  ' the uoo<|'-ii faco which marked tho  limits of  tho   factor's  holding.    For  Tlio HS, 1/idy Kvolyn, which saved  "Sho tried to make u fool of nio,'  many  of  tlm  Km promt  of  Indnrid'H I said Hi.|������p. ">������>���������. couldn't do It."  Ti:is������uM,irerN, vt ono thno Hulled from  llljickpool, Kng, as a pli'iiMuro steamer under tlm .mmo of the iJeorhound.  Later nho nulled between I'oiiziinco  aliil tlio Kellly Isles, nnd wnt huIiho  quontly sold to Ih  Of courso sho couldn't," Tnpp replied,   "Tl.ll Ul 11   '.I'rtO   ijCiU   ifCk   Vii  ki."   -  Hoston TruiiHciipt.  ment for use tit a tender on the St.  Lawrence.  "Vou don't menu to say your gar-  don Im Hlro.'idy n hwooss."  ���������Wet, Ar.'  "Dot n gnrilon Is not supposed  to  ,one.  wild, frantic moment (.he"feau-d  procure v-,��������� early,"  f<,r Imt life. |    "Mine does     ! havo dug six rnns  Tho Ulster--Hut surely my eyebrow  ('iinndliiii govern- Is not blue7  Tho Futurist I'or.rftlt-P..I.!ter���������  That's not your eyebrow; that's your  r.harae.ter.��������� SKi.loh.  W. M. U   1013  Helder  it  Wh,  half  pi  ripped her arm, and half or tho  finest   fishing   worms  I   ovor,writo mo a little  i .lit.! lur forward. saw."���������Washington star. hkston Trn.i_ci.pu  "Hcforci wo woro married you used  to write inr throo lime, a day."  "Did I re_H>?"  "Vos. you d-d; and now   you   got}  angry ju*t because  I  ask    you  to  radium suit, _Himlly either radium  hrnmltK" or radium chloride, ho'no-  times rnnl'.im tvjlplu.to. Tiny grains of  liii-Ho rii!U arc oxiieinoly pi.clous  tin J are usually souled up lu lltH.  gliiHS bulbs. The radium In onu of tho  lii'Hi bulbs '.:nt Wkin. received tn London had a .urloiii history. A physician  In Poriliuii iil.'c. waa applying tho  bulb to :i piitl'-nt whon ho accidentally let It fall and a moment af'.or  crushed It uikIt I.Ik foot. The vuluo  of the radium io the physician was  very groat. Ho removed his boots  Lorn his foot and cut ont a square of  his valuable carpet, lie had boots  and carpet burned and out "u ������fio  a.he.8 rolliioil Um jrlgliuil radium salt.  | '  :   ���������;-' ������������������;���������������������������'  i .niiliiiiiiM t������*t ������������I������.������..i3> ,,..!....;.::���������.  1 propotilniT t'MiKt of tho performers!������������������  All thn hartlsts have glvon tholr  Borvlcos froo, ar.d I thiol, you'll agreo  with iim',' gentlemen, that the laborers  aro worthy of tholr hlro��������� Punch,  "..������. .-..'.-..   I?-.'���������."!���������"   ���������'������������������"'���������'   !!'irTerty   ti'oro  examining '< Hue public building with  much Intorest. "Loolnn," said Hat.  forty, point'.Pft t. an Inscription cut  In a huge ntono, "phwat does thlm letter*., MbCCCXCVl!/ monn?"  "Thot," r.piied Mr. Doolan. 'manes  oighteen hoondrod an* nolnety-slven."  "Doolon,' said Hafterly, after a  ihoughtful i-ftiiso,. "don't yox t'lnK  th,t>',w ovo.'dol'.' Uuu uucllin' reform  n bit?"  Cnnnda has a now claim ii'.ion iho,  longevity records, .or of lho 2\000  men willed out hi'Mio Pciihni raids of  18(10 and 1870. 110.000 are applying for  ll.o bounties recently provided by th. r  govorumont.  "Have you hot and oold water In  your house?"  "Havo wo? Tin cold water Is always boing poured on you, and us for  lho hot water, you're novor out of 11,"  ���������Hultlmoro American,  )  Not a  Hundeome  Mnn  lie���������Thoy siy, dear, that    noopla  who llvo together get In time to 'ook  exactly iilllio,  She���������Then you may consider my refusal final.  Consoling Frterd-- Clioor up, old  chop I At boii the only dlfforonoo  botwonn j)oi*lr;   and poverty Is a v.  Despondent "oot���������-Yos, 1 know, Tho  o (wo) '.s just tho sumo In both of  thom.���������Judge.  "And what do yor. do for a living,  AIoyIh*"  "I 'write."  "U'littt'.'"  "Letters tc my fntlior."���������Londoa  Mail.  Knthorlno'H uncle hail como to pay  them a visit, Aftor the llrnt greetings were over i.Tui uv 'nim ciiiiiuoi-  ably seated with littlo Knthorliio on  Ills knee, ho nskod, ns uni'lcja often  do, If sho wero "a good little girl,"  "Yes, but nobody knows it," was  Kathurliio's prompt atmwur,  tittle bit of a check."  Heason *how_ us our duty. He who  can mak������ m. love our duty la more  powerful Uian reason Itself.  Vbltor    to tho Salon--How many  pictures nro tliorov  Attendant���������Mere Hum six thousand,  sir.  VUltor���������How I'atiRuInK, nnd I hnvo'  only half un hour to spend. Why don't,  they hnnir ".hem ond to ond nil along  'the subway tracks?���������L'lllustrttilon. #_T������'Wai-Wt������������nfcM_miw������������ij'i-������*t nfc>.,w*i^.aj������i������a)������ ���������mwtffn'Mjw^���������;  '     NOTICK: io hereby given'tU-t, application will be made to tha Superintendent of Provincial .Police,1 Viotoria for.a  .licenso to sell liqnor  by .wholesale upon  the yieieisca eitiiutt-d on Lot.O, Block 15,  . Cujiborland Townsite, Cumbcrlaud, IS- C  "   OfALl'MUSS'ATTO.AppllcMt.  . Dated tliia 1st day of October 19i3.  mimnviBW-ii j  uet*rt*nrk*tnvu*ilx>XTK**ni*m*Hl**i MkUM'w  .   NOTICE ia hereby given 'that on tho first  . day of D;amb3r   next application   will   be  made to tho Superintendi-nt of   Provincial  Police, Victoria, for the renewal of tho hotel license to sell' liquors   by retu.il iu tno  i hotel known aa the L>rne hot������t, situated at  Comox, B.C. >���������    ���������   Geohob M. BAiaow  D-tod Ootober 1, 1913.  ww������>iinn upw ���������>���������nw_iiiT~~~m**r-~*-~~* ***^ams&**aaea*vaaan  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  ; first day of November 1914, application  .vill be made to the Superintendent oi  1 Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  wl.jlei.ale hqti ir license upon the prism-  ,.ises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nel-  ..on, District.  ,   1'll.SENKK llUKWING COMPANY.  Dated September 30, 1914  ������������������W..~l.l ��������� ||ll..,������_������,l        III.   ��������� _������������������������ I I  "NOTICE in Hereby givtui that ou the  first day of Docembur next Application will  be mndo to tbo Superintendent ef Provincial Pt.hce, V.Utioiia. for theroueia-lof the  hotel license to sill liquors by je'.ail ia the  hot'-l know ��������� as tbo Wlluon hotel) ������itu������ted  at Union Bay _.C.  Al.FRUl) -..ILMMt IIORN'lt  Data. Soiitouiber, _3, 1.U4  r-rsvr  *^^_?���������.t7r^T^^flr���������^^r4^rln^Wy^JCT^^*^'V"^^^*M*:���������1"^^"^'^'������������������^^^���������^l ' "III,    r. ���������������������������i  ii-i-n   i.  I:  ���������of British Columbia, Ltd,���������        .     4- ���������       .        .~��������� .������������������  THE S. S. 'COWICHAN  WILL SAIL AS UNDER -  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������-Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. 111  .Tuesday 11 p, im  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. in.. ..Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For Denman Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday .and Monday, 8 pm  For Nanaimo, Uniou Bay and Comox.  Subject to change without notice.  fc_-S_Jjaas_____������_E^tB^^  HSfOTICE is hereby given,that on the  frrat-__y of (December next iippliciiti.-Jwill  bo made to the Suporiutendeutof Provincial Police, Viotoria, for n renewal of the  hotel iicouBO to sell liquors by retail in  the hotel iaiowu in the Union hotel, _it-  uat. at Union, B.C.   John N. McLkou.''  Dated Soptember, 23, 1914  NOTICE is hereby given that on tbo  flrnt day of December next, application  will bo made to tbe ���������Superintendent of the  Piovinoial Police,' Viotoriu, for the renew  nl of tho hotel license to wil liquors by  retail in the hotol linmvu as the Wt.oilhue  St<s������t>'_B place- ^-t'*1* "���������'  ^y>tQr Rivor'  ���������in tho Proviucoof Bri.i.h Columbia.   -  Annie WooauuB.  pa'-eil Stptetnber 2������, 191-1.  J.   N.   McLEOD      PEOPSiETor,  English -1 x BURTON always on tap' also, the faruouB MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Auhonaer, Bohemian, Schlt., &c. " "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  The Hoarding and Lodging Department, under tho immediate superintendence  will be roui.d FirBt cla_u in every renpeot.  CANCELLATION OF RE- '  SERVE.  NOTICK IS HEREliY GIVEN that  lhe reserve, the.-otice of' which appear-  ���������cl in lhe B. C. Gazette oii lhe 27th d.iy  of December, 1907, is cancelled 111 so far  as it relates to the following parcels of  land:-the \V. 1 2.of the S. E. t-4, lhe  S. \Y. 1-4 and the S. 1 1 of the N. W.  1-4west'of ihe river in Section 4; the S.  E/i-4. theS. E. 1-4 of ibe S. W. ,1-4  ind the Nf. E. 1-4 in Section 5: the S.  1-2 of the S. E. 1 4 in Section 8; the S E.  1-4, the S. \V. t-4 and the K. 1-2 of the  N. E 1-4 in Section i6j and th-E. 1-2  of ihe ���������. R 1-4 and K. 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Say wai d District, and  the N. K. 1 4 of ilu- N. K. 1-4 in Soc-  tion 32; the N E i'-.\ of the S \V 1 4 and  the N \V 1-4 andN' 1-2 of the N E' i-a in  Section 33; the N 1-2 of ihe N \V 1-4  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34; ,ind the S 1-2 and N \V 1-4 of the N  \V 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  Sayward District.  The said lands will be open forenlry by  pre-emption on Monday, lhe 1S1I1 day of  May at the hour of 9 o'clock  in the fore-"  noon; all applications  in be made at the  oflice of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.    No Pre-emption   Record shall  include more tn.iii'40 acres'of land except in cases where it is desirable io include small fractional   portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which con  ncction may be obtained from plans   on  view al ihe above mentioned Agency.,  R.A.REN WICK  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands  Department, "Victoria, li.   C,  February nth   1914.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  NANAIMO.  IN THE MATTER-OF .Uenry  Richardson Shiiltz, deceased, intestate, lato of Stnmdby, Rupert  District, B. C  AND  IN THE MATTKU of the -Ofri-  ciiil Administrators Act,"*.,.  TAKF NOTICE tlmt by <���������������������������-  der of His Honor Judge l!_rk.r.  ���������made on the lOtli day of .Jitm*  I(J1_, I was appointed .Administrator oi" tho Estate of th"  above-mentioned deceasnd, tu'd nil  parties haviiio claims against, -thv  said estate aro hereby required tu  furnish same, properly veritied, to  me on or boforo tlie loth day of  July IUM. AND all par-  ties indebted to said estate, are required to pay the amount of iheir  indebtedness to nio  forthwith.  Dated   this 10th  day of June  1UU.  'AY. Wesley Wiix aro,  Ofiicial Administrator,  Cumberland, 15. C.  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.  Trade-Marks  0E31GNS  C0r������������HlC='lT3 &C  *l III *_'������**..   a.-w>������a.4������.*^    a*   *���������*������ w������v>4   -m~. ���������    ���������- ������    -        .  ouioltlr t_c������r!_!ti our opinion free whether a.  Hn-ontlr.u la probRbly piUcntghlo. Comia-.in.'cf-  tioinstrictljTftnfldentiul. t'AflDBPOK ou Pa" -I*  sent froo. lil(it!4t j.pem;j' for *eci_1;:������jiateuv.  l'ML>:i:������ tr_ou tUroucti Musu \ Co. l&eelW  spfrt.il ������of (������, vrltbpoi obwve, ln tha  S������J_? imeyleafi. -  A hiwdsomnly llluatmleil ������7e-itly. I_r������;eit ctr-  culctton of nuy t-iiontiao Journal. 'J'crnis ioi  OanmSii, *'i.~? 11 yeur, pos'Jigo prepal-i, Sw������ ������j  111! notvuao-'oia.  HH8H ������ So.303 E,'road'^ Hsw YorK  IVsurt Office. CT:i . SU, W_!l>laBtcu. _-. U.  RATES,  qji 00 por day and Up  tmmsg^smz'&zsmsfissFkiSEgi  mmmimfSBimf<sxmEmBam-  uawaa_M=*_9VK_KK_a3K_i  NOTICE is hereby given   tnat on   the  .... first day of Docembor nrxt appllcatiou will  bo mndo tm tho Supomturxlsiit ut J?rovin-  "JT^i'illiPO_te^Viotoriii.'rfoi*'tlio-renowRl-o������-tn6.  ibotul licou.-o to soil liquors by retail m the  hotel known as tho Nelaou Hifftel, aituated  ^i Union Bay, B.C.   '      , John Frahbu.  Dated Septembor, 23, 1914  ��������� -NOTICE is hereby ������m-a .that ou tho  first day of Dt'oombor ue_t, applicaton will  bo umdo to the Superinttm-out; of Provincial  Polico, Viotoria,, (or tho rcnowal of the ho  tol lioon������o to Bull lkiuora by rotailr io lhe  Intel known m tho Hvoreido howl,' flltuatco  At Courtenay, B. a 0. H. Fbciineu,  .D.tod Septembor 23, 191 ���������������.  ' *���������  .LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section  .2.  NOTICE Id  hereby given  that  j'otie       month from date,  applifaation will-be made to tbo  Superintendent of Provincial nol  ic. tor a licenee for the sale of  liquor by wholesale in . and upon  the premises "eit jat.d in the town  of .Courtenay; IJ. C. known and  described us Xol.'oO nnd 31, Sec-  ���������lioirGl.  Dated tl.it, 15th dny  of .April,  '.' Better, Cheaper'Than "Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  Distributors N ?_NAIMO, B. C.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kv^.ry convonionre for guests.  Tho Oonti al Hotel for aport.mon  'None, but the IJest cf Wines and Liquors  at the Har.  ������ATWS REASONABLE  CANCELLATION   O^ RE-  SERYE,   ���������  John Johnston,   Prop  0. H TARBELL  wwmr������w*a -*mm  a*-i <������iUiiuMiiniii  P -M-il ������������������n*������* ********  iMiwwaHnUiBMiBaWUl  HIGH GRADE STOVES  J A"������t '��������������� KITCHEN I iUTBNSiLB  l Sportsmcns Goods  Rtid  General Hardware  ^V^#**l������a\M^lla,������i^A������iA������^^  jlil������Mi>n������������|a"11   ���������" ���������"  '  *"'"  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNlCRr  811.11',  NOTICE IS  HEUEBY-GIVEN that tbe Reserve,' a notice of  which appeared in   the   i-rifish  Columbia Gazette on   the   27th  day oi! December,   1907, is cancelled in so far as   it   relates  to  lands covered by   Expired Timber License   No.    42936    and  known ns Lot No. 374, Sayward  District; aud that the said lands  will be opened for   staking   for  pre-omption as unsurveyed lauds  in compliance with the provisions of the   "Land   Act"   at   9  o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday,   August    n,   1914.    For  further information npply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,  through whoso office  all   applications must bc made.  11. A. Renwrci-,  Deputy Minister of Lauds,  Lauds   Department,, Victoria,  Ij. C, June 10, 1914,  NOTICE.  ���������SUMMER SCHEDULE.  Trains will-arrive at Cumberland from Union .Hay ut, 8.80 on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  evenings, and will leave fur Union  Buy Wednesday and Friday at 7  in the morning, and on Saturday  at 0.30 in the evening. Tliero is  no-'change in tlio S. S. Cowichan  cliudule.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any Mucks  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  )olonging to tho Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off the land  of tho said Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's  land will be prowutod to tho full  extent of the law.  J. JI. LOOKAIID,  C.i.iici'ul .Manager,  Colliery 0o,y,  1914.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  '    Lul  Conrad  Riilel,  Applicant   ri.,��������� -  LIQUOR ACT, 1.U0.  Section 42.  NOTICE is horeby given Hint,  on tbe 1st day of December next,  application will bo made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licenee  to sell liquor by retail in the hoi el  known ua tno Miiliispinu Uotsl,  tduiute at, Lnnd, in the Province of  British Columbia.  Daied thi. 81 h duy of October,  1913/  FRED THULIN  Applicant  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lhe reserve of foreshore  and of the coal under the sea  fronting on Nelson, and Newcastle Districts, notice of which  appeared.in the B. 0. GazeUe  ou the 6th day, of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  ���������R. A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Victoria,  B. C, 23rd June, 1914.          --0   LAND REGISTRY  ACT.  IN THE MATTER of an Application for a'fresh Certificate  of Title to Section 5 Comox  District.     ";  -]SLQ^Tr-E-ts_her&ky_gLvj-ri__,(_i  NOTICE TG'CONTKACTORS  No. Ji Mini: Scnooi..  SEALED   TENDERS; sup.rscr._eii  "Tender for No.  S  ������Minc ��������� School?  will be rci'ei'vcil hy the  Honoui'.ible  the  Minister.nf Public Works tip to noon of  Tuc-f-l.iy,.'llie toil, tl.iv of May  tfJM f<"  ilie erection  and comn!"iion of a two  room scliool-house at No. S Mine, Cw������-  berl.T.id, in the Ccmox Electoral,Dis;:;ct.  Plans,  siiecilication.--.   cqniMt"   'atui  forms ol tender may be seen on aud af-  ti'i"     the        ist       day       of       M_Jt>\ -  1914,      - a 1        the'     o lli c e      o*T  Mr. J. H.ik'd, Government A������ent,   Cv.m-.  berUnd.Ut C;  Mr.  A.  J. Sul..crJ::tvJ,  Secretary of lUcScfiool Beurd, Cumber- ,  land;  li." C;   and   the Bepartmcni xil.  Public Works, Victoria.  ' By  application   to   ihe   undersigned,"  ilontract3is may obia'n  a  copy.of the  plans and'speciticatiop.* f������r the sum  of  ten dollars ($10), which will be refunded  on reiurninn same in ^ood order.  Each proposal must be accainpiani-C  by an accepted  bank cheque^or   c.rlin- -  cate ofdeposit on a chartered bank of  Canada,made payible  10 lho   Hommr-  able tlie Minister of .Public Works, for ,-a  ^ui������ eijiial to.'io rer com of the tender,  which shall bt- lorfeited if the pany ven-  ile'riny  decline   ic   enter   into   coniract.,  whon called upon to.do so, or if ��������� be l.iil  10 compleiC   the    work cimiractcd, fov.  '1 hp cheques or certificates oi deposit .of ���������  unf.ucces;l'ul tenderers will  be  reiurnoc  lhe    exccuiion ' oi  the"  iny intention at tbe expiration oi  one Calendar mouth from tbe  first publication hereof to iss.ie a  fresh Certificate of Ti,tle in lien  of tbe Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Beecroft Ussher I.a-  con ou the 3rd day of September  1891, and numbered 12567 A,  which bas been lost/  DATE Dat the Land Registry Oflice, Victoria, ,11. C, this  33rd day of June 1914.   ,  S. Y, Wootton  Registrar General of Titles.   <������ ���������  iu'" then   upo;  contract.  Tenders will not bc considered -unlesr  Tn?ulSTHiroin1flr^TT?TrTr^t|^  with ihe actual si������nawre of the  t������.idw-.  er and- ci.clo.ed in the envelopes furn  ished.  The lowest or any icndcr-noi.necessarily accepted. ������  J." E. GRIFFITH,   -  Deputy Minister .ind: I'ubl-c Workr  Engiticcr; Dcpariment of Public Works,  Victoria, li. C,,, April 28,1914.  my6    ' mytfc ,|  ^0������**<tv������J><t>'*<>,<!>,?'<k>4"^<^^^<J>0<*^"  *  NOTICK !s linvchy 'given that  tho nnrtt.t������rf������bin hnrotoforo oxistinK  liptiwocu Jiibti Tbnmfni. and Artb-  ,ur Denton under the linn ntunr  and istyltiof the IJ. C. Oarnce, carrying on bunineHH at   Cumberlaiul,  ,<   ('    ...,jn nr, ���������Vn "JTi .1  il-i" nf .Vtilv,  1-M, duly dlBbolvisc. by tautinil  content, The M. C. Onnij;������ In now  xololy awrisH and will htMicofor'b  ho.comliuiK'd by John Thomflon.  Alldebtf .tiirrHnrr, jnevi.ufl fo flio  date ti( (lit-ttolution, nre payable to  ^rihur Dentin.  ,0atod Aiu_uct-I. 11)IL  Jt. (..<Jan.f,e.  Soalod tondoi'fi will ho reeoived  by tlio Minintor of LimdB not la  tor than noon on the 7th day of  August, 15)11, for fho niirclmno ol'  r.ie<MiMiX241; to cut 41)0,000  .Vol of tiinbiu- ou an area adjoin-  ii������K Lot 17-1, Little VnldoB Island,  Sayward District,   Ouo year will  l,rt   iU,T������"ft(1    f-tat   tllft      rialt\Oa������f\l    (tf   iLp  11      .  UiliikK .  .'urthor jiarticularfi of the Chief  ForoRtiM', V ietoriu. IL O.   o ���������  LOST OK STOLKN from No,  7 Depot, ^onl-'s bieyelo, plated  rim., straight hamllohara; haeh  wheel han free wheel huh brake,  tuvi pitfbcfl on Dunlop firf," on  lwuk whekd. No tnmipuiwd <������n  front wheel. Inforvnation to K.  l.rentuall. No. S .Mine, o������ to J ftp.  tJVHrd, City i'lilie.1, Cu.uiljtrliiuil.  NOTICK.  Hiding on looomotivea and rail  way oarR of tl;������ Union Holliory  Company by any pi-wim or pur-  '3ons��������� except tain erew - -\u t'lrietly  prohiMted, Kniployeefl wo sub-  ice to (j'lmuiHsal for allowing Bam*  \\y order  J. M.  LOCKARD,  General Manage..  LIQUOR ACT, 101.0.  Section .12.  N'OTIRK in bci-by given thai,  on tbo l������t dny or'Diic.embor next,  I'pplicnlion will be r.i.ulo to the  SupuiimondiMit of Proviiicinl Polico for renewal of tbo Iiotcl liconce  to pi'll liiiuor by idui) in tlm bolol  known HH.tho Willov/i UoH, Hitti-  ato ut Ciimp-'oll River, in tlm I'ro-  vinee of UritipbCnluinbiii.'  Dated  tbia ,.Stb dny of October,  11)113.  (WAlll.W TUITI.IN  Appliciuit  NU'l'ICl.  Hiywnril l.unl UMT'-.it  lliht,iii'l nl Si v.* ..'i  TAKK NOTICK  ilnii .i���������iti.i 1) .rr n(  flnt'iir Vnltb'K Ihlanil, i-   v";  < t.',:n(ii?iiio-i,  LIQUOR  ACT, 1g10  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on the ninth clay  ol   May  next-  application will be made to   tho  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the granting of a licens.'  i'or the sale of liquor by retail in  and upon the premises to bc con  structed iu accordance with   tbe  plans aud specifications to be tiled with tlit:   Superintendent   ot  Provincial   Police,   and   to   be  known as the Pier Hotel, and to  be situate at or mar the govern  ment wharf at Koyslon,   Nelson  Distiict, Urilish Columbia, upou  the lauds described as   Lots   ?m  and ai in Hlock K of the Subdivision of part of ructions .1  and  Ci A.  Dated this ist day   ol   April,  1914.  llAUUV IWKNS,  Applicant.  ��������� for tiie Milk wagon  wiib tbe Green Uox    .  PRKSH MILK A'ND  FARMPRODUCH   ������������������  Our Milk is the product  of the Pest I'cd Cows  ..'RUSH    MILK  ������ Delivered moiniii^& cvcniugl  I. MARUYA  r.W'V. US YOUR N1CXT OR  HER   POR JOH   PRINTING-  GO TO-  HUGE MITCHELL  'i'oii yoi; 11  Gcn'l BlacSsrnithing  -AND-  Horscshocing  Tliiid Si.       CtiiMbcrlanO  Violin   Stri���������'[>:���������  /5  t������?  >*)  vj'  I Wood   Wood'fj  Wood       I  Nov it. llm Mini- lo nbu'"     Yi  v,nnr o|;dvr   ior   PLAli  WOOD  8a,r������0...Jior double loud  II  l   Itn'ii    1 nt'  Star Livery Slablcs  v't>  (���������)  ������ aV  t������;  If'  ������  ������  ifj  lv  I*;  t������'  Tidking  !ii:i-  furmcr, int. nidi In K������ >> "' !''H'11'i"'''; elm:'" IHC.ilr.a'Hiu   t R.ul iva'uii,.i  1.)|)U.'dIiiiiu������ u.111 u li<iv.i'.'.' ���������.ifiMiM-i ;,iiiu .   ;n|, p;lj0 ,,,. ,jlt, ,\t.\via olliee.  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[      TllO SlllRCr Agent    IS    .U'OUUd ,   rr,ir<)(,    L(U.i���������r- Woril ^ rj^Mult.j  mi j>i.cMUl������ll(ili linn t-m cKiim l<������ P'litil <_������'  fjivnniH'ti'-'iuiiuil, iiml oii.'.'.ijiinK live (������':1  ni'i a".  .ll'-liX  D������)lf. ,, . ,,  ,-��������� i.,.". ,1 -in protiniuv wneu tn<v  \.A'A May'iVrto, i'-'7 ���������,rivvs it) lowii,  every month.    Leave your   or-J '���������j.utKoDyf Fo������ You.'*  tiers nt  the   Cumberland   News RriaViarfh lu.Mii-?.  I>i:������..auiir J������,l  Oliliv, Mid \\W\   Will  U .lf.W..U-! ^v^^^;Gxi^,..i>^.^(VX>:  '"CUt AX-  \xVJm OLD N^Wr'I'AI'!"!!-; i"l  1  iy.\iM at tmjs tv>'i'���������;.���������: _������s_l THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   ,'B. C.  1  Real   Lever  {Simulation  WATOH FRE  X itr-JshUennkH rvneroaa  oftw    troiA   in   wtibltiihed  Arm.    Wo nre siring ������ttv  rYatci-u   to   Lh<Ki.uuuU    ol  p������oplo nil   OT_r   tbo  wwl4    ni    ������    hor*  ibdT������dlwmeDt    Now  U    your   dune,    to  obtain, toa-    Writ*  now,    eociulrig   35  cents lor om of   oar  f AAklO-MLbl*   Lidloi'  Lou*      Guards,      or  Qsott*   Albert.,   writ  cRrr.&cs  l������ld to wear  with tb* watch, .which  will   k<i   glThn   Pre*  (tivsM    wftUbtu ;,kte  inaraiitMd five y**w),  ���������hoQld   yot  tako  ad-  TAnueo of oar marvel-  Wo  exwet  m  to  ull  tow  lr.������*da  rixi:tf   ii*1 and   eho*   them   th*    bcaatUui    watch.  Dw't thluV this oflor too Rood to ha true, but wmd  85  cents   today  and  Rain   a   Yrte   Watch.    Yen  ������,t! to vjtirtd-WILLIAMS  *  LIX>TD������   Wfcolonla .  Jift^craCUoi-t.ila), .0, CcrnwallU Ro&d, Loniluu, S., f]  , ������a;;L_nd. ,,  f Iwi   offer  Children Teeth.ng  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO'  Mrs. Winslows  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  A Bottle of Glue  The family bottle of glue generally becomes a g$r-at nuisance and of  little use after '.t has been opaned  for a fpw days. It. becomes hardened and Inii oss,-bl. to use. It may  be srftener1 by heat or by add'.g a  - teaspoon ful r- more oi vinegar ti the  bottle, and. allowing it to stand for  a few mininfcs. If the bottle can  br k.-jpt in a wirm place all of the  tiaie it will stay sofi as long as there  is _uy ieftt   Ee_w__Oiri l_.Ju_l8__[i___ap_n_  According to t.he statistics of the  Juj/Mione Blue Brolv, there are very  few Japanese wemen who do not mar  ry. The majority of Japanese girls  marry at twenty-one years of age.  The men usually marry at twenty-six,  but marriage at the age of fifteen is  ���������noL unknown. Practically every  Japanese man who does not join a  Buddhist, monastery marries. (The old  bachelor and trie old maid are almost  unknown in tho land of the chrysanthemum.  Chewing Gum  Canada has not been afflicted with  the gum chewing habit to anything  like the extent visible among . our  neighbors, judging from external evidence, it is o.ecidediy on the wane in  Toronto, and the spectacle of rows'of  incMviduals of :?oth sexes, whose jaws  .ire working regularly and with almost inechaircal precision, is never  seen thase days, ln the United  States, however, the taste for gum  leads to the sale of 300,000,000 packages annually, each containing five or  more pieces. Thesf, says a statistical fiend, placed end to end woald  extend * 71.025 miles, or nearly 2y������  times round the world. It stretched  out to the dimensions of a thread one-  sixtieth of an inch in diametoi this  elastic and indestructible substance  would extend a distance of 497,875  miles, or from tho earth to the moon,  encircle that satellite three times,  and reach home yet again. People are  accustomed lo talk with awe of the  vast amount of energy contained in  Niagara Falls, but if the physical energy developed in chewing those 300,-  000,000 packages of gum were reducible to foot pounds and applied to  machinery, iho great, cataract would  not be ?n it with the . human jaw  worker.  GUARD AGAINST  CHOLERA INFANTUM  Identified   by   Dog  A little curly haired dog, by his  grief, led to ihe identification of a  Cleveland woman who died iu au  ambulance on rcutc to a' hospital  after she had collr.psc'd from heart  disease in a restaurant.  He had accompanied her and was  sitting expectantly, beside her cha-r  when she fell" from it dying, Jumping up' he tried to lick her hands.  Then the animal endoavored to fellow the ambulance, hut was distanced and turned back, whimpering. ���������   ���������  A policeman iollowed the dog to  ^Chester, avenue and found the' home  of the woman a ho had died, who lat  er was identil.ed solely through' the  faithfulness of her dog. .    .  Mr. N'it rich (reading)���������Saltillo was  token without a battle,  Mrs. Nnrici���������It isn't often thoso  .utiri'eii give up without a struggle.���������  Buffalo Kypiefls. '  Tho phyt:c_ instructor in. a Texan high school was teaching a German girl whose vocabulary was not  Tor," ������vton_ive  'What is n vacuum?" he asked.  "I luive t in my head, but I can't  express ,t." was lli   reply.  "What   \ciof   Algernon    call    his  mm or boat?"  "Dr'Tifinds  on how   the  engine  working."  is  "Whnt is this kleptomania 1 rend  bo imif!'! aiiout, In the papers. Is it  ca!fhlng?"  "No, It is taklnB."  Preservation of Eggs   ,  . Preserve    only    absolutely '   fresh  eggs; stale eggs will not keep in any  preservative.  Have youi preservative ready to  receive the fresh eggs as you get  them.  If you are in doubt as to the freshness of the eggs, candle them, or see  weather they sink when placed in. a  dish or clear water. If an egg sinks  it is reasonably fresh.  Do not preserve dirty eggs or eggs  that have" been washed.- Washed  eggs will not- keep because the shell  has been moi.3ioi:t>i; and dirJiy egg"  will become tainted in flavor.  Do not use the same liquid preservative more than one year.  Infertile eggs are better' than fertile eggs for preserving.  Do not leave eggs in the preservative longer than one year.  Rinse~the~eggsr--with���������water���������after-  removing tiiem from the preservative.  Eggs that are in good condition  when removed from water glass solution will usually remain good for  two weeks.  ^Water glass eggs are practically as  good as fresh e.gs' for all cooking  purposes. If it Is desired^ to boil  them, prick a small hole through nthe  large end of the shell before placing  them in the water. The pores of Uie  shell have been sealed by the water  glass solution, aud without ��������� tlie pin-,  hole tho expanding air within the  shell would bu^st it.  Cholera infantum is one ol the most  fatal ailments of childhood and during the hot, surnmer months thousands of little lives are lost by its ravages, ��������� The best way to guard against  it is to give tlie baby an occasional  dese of Baby's Own. Tablets. The  Tablets never fail to regulate the bowels and sweeten the stomach, thus  preventing cholera infantum, diarrhoea, dysentry and all other stomach  and bowel complaints. They are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Birds A3 Musicians  The real musicians are the birds,  and it is interesting to know that, the  young fledgings, in some cases at  least, have regular, singing lessons  from Uiu'mothrtr, A wren whose nest  was in a box near a country house  was watcheu by the. family as she  patiently instructed her little ones.  Placing herself on one side, of the  opening, and in front.of her pupils,  she first sung her entire song very  distinctly. One little flutterer opened  its mouth and tried to follow her, but  after a few, notes its voice gave out  .nd it lost the tune. Mamma wren  immediately took up the melody at  that point, and sang it through as  clearly as possible, when the youngster tried it again and finished triumphantly.  Then tho mother sang again, and  another nestling followed her breaking down as the first had done, and  beginning afresh. Sometimes there  were three or four failures before the  tune was- carried through, but the  wren always oegan where the little  one broke dowa and sang to the end.  These singing lessons lasted i'or  some time, and several of them were  given every day.  "Yes," said Brown, "I have a wonderful dog.. Only this morniug, when  1 came down to breakfast, after a  sleepless ni.sht, and forgot to give  Lim his usual tit-bit, he went out into the gardon, pulled up a bunch of  flowers'and  laid  them  at  my feet."  "And what ��������� were .they?" inquired  his friend.  'Forget-me-nots." answered Brown,  as he liurried'y left the room.'  THE SOBER SOLDIERS .  \  I bought a horse with a supposedly  incurable ringbone for $30. Cured him  with $1.00 worth of MINARD'S LINIMENT and bold him for $85.00. Profit  on Liniment,, $54.00.  MOISE DEROSCB.  Hotel Keeper, St  Phillippe, Que.,  A PHI That Lightens Life.���������Tc the  man who is u, victim of, indigestion  the transacation of business becomes  an added misery He cannot concentrate his mind upon his tasks and  loss and vexation attend him. To such  a man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer relief, A course of treatment, according to directions, will convince  him of their great excellence. They  are confidently recommended because  tlioy will do all that is claimed for  them.  Responsibility alono driven mnn to  toil find brings out his boat gifts.���������  Nownll  DwIkM Ulllis.  Delays  Sometime,  Expensive  business or socio] engage*  ment���������jusl a few minutes for  lunch���������can't wait lor.servicc.  What can he had quickly?  Order  Post  rn  I  with fresh berries or fruit and  c."_:i:M. J 'hoy w������M ho corvod  immediately, they arc nourish*  ing and taste mighty good,  too.  Sold by Grocers  Everywhere!  Canndhn Postum Cereal Co,, Ltd.,  Windsor, Ont  The nacrjii courso of tho table  d'hote was boing served. "What Is  this leathery stuff?" demanded the  corpulent dine'.  "That, sir, Is fillet of .solo," :euAoA  the waiter.  "Take It n.wr-7," sr.ld tho r.ot'piileiit  diner, "und ���������o. it you enn't get in. a  nice tender pler-i.- oi tho npntv with  the buttonp renovod,"���������Catholic Rog  istnr.  "Say, hnvo you forgotten that vou  owo nio a lnr.lro.l francs?"  "No, uoi yot; give nio tI���������ie."--P_lo  Polo.  Base   Ingratitude  A benevolenc old gentleman was  walking in tht park when the lcud  sobs of a liirle girl arrested liim.  "What is the matter, my child?"  he asked.  "Boo, hoo, hoo! I've lost my, pen  ny!" cried ihe l?i.tle girl.  The benevolent old gentleman drew  a penny *rom his pocket, and, extending it, he said with a beautiffic  smile:  "Hero's your penny, my dear child.  And now'stop crying,"  The littlo girl, instead of thanking the benevolent old gentleman,  gratefully 3iai i.td ner foot and said  with scornfully flashing eyes:  "Oh, you wicked old man, "you had  my penny ail the t.imoi"  Temperance in the Armies of European Countries  There has beei. much talk recently  in Canada about the temperance rules  now in force in the training camps  of the militia force.  Only a short time ago, It was  brought home to the Tsar of Russia  and his advisers that in Jhe past excessive quantities of drink have been  consumed by the Russian army with  the, result that an order was published in St. Petersburg dealing in  the most drastic way with the drinking evil among" the soldiers. In the  attempt to stamp out drunkenness,  officers are, forbidden to drink vodka  in camp, on manoeuvres or whilo on  duty with, their men; and not only  this, but they are ordered to discourage drinking among the men as  much as possible, and themselves*  to set an example of sobriety. Tho  rule for the private soldier is even  stricter. Vodka is to be absolutely  forbidden at, all times, and tho most  stringent measures are to bo adopted to prevent the Russian Tommy  Atkins from indulging in his-- favorite drink.  So strict _ curveillance is to be  exercised over,, them that no man  who is known to be addicted to drink  is to be allowed to receive any money  from home without tho express iper-  mission of his commanding officer.  The rules are certainly extremely  stringent; but, granted the necessity  for them, the authorities are very  wisely determined upon doing their  best to provide the men with sufficiently varied interests in life to  make them less inclined to feel the  deprivation caused by this wholesale, total abstinence pledge.  Commanding officers are to do  their best to improve the lives bf  the men under them, the introduction  of games, the pror_otion of libraries  and the giving facilities.for the study  of foreign languages being specially  recommended.  Soldiers will watch with interest  the results of tlie Tsar's experiment.  Compulsionois a thing that', is distasteful to most people, especially  compulsion along arparticular moral  path; and it may"'_e true that the  order of the, Tear may lead to an  enormous amount oi secret^ drinking,  At the same time, the probable result will be that in the Russian army  drunkenness, instead of being a man  ly peccadilo,' will be regarded , as a  secret vice, aud at the best a breach  of good form.  Thanks very largely to Lord Roberts' temperance, crusade, drunken  ness'has been in the British' army  daily growing in disfavor, so much  so that one might spend weeks in  a large garrison without ever seeing  a drunken soldier. In spite of t_e  insults which some people are ever  ready to heap on the head of the  British soldier, the' British army, is  probably the soberest army in Europe  Both in Uie officers' mess and iu  "tlie barraclPrconi���������the���������man���������who  drinks to excess sins against the  unwritten. law, and is told ^so in  terms' that are unmistakable. ��������� It is  not only, in the army -that a marked  change has been seen of recent, yenrs  in this direo.iDU. The whole attitude  of society, towan's the question of :u  toxication m.s completely changed.  The man who would drink himself  to slumber beneath Jiis host's .mahogany would today be treated with scant  consideration ���������Montreal Star,  REPEATING  RIFLES  "Solid Breech  Hammerless S.o������e  THE things that distinguish Remington-  UMC Big Game Rifles from all others of their  are certain fundamental refinements invented and  exclusively by the Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cart-  lidge Company.' ,  ,   ���������  The famous Remineton-UMC' Slide Action featuies;Stx Shot;Ham������  merless; 22 inch Ordnance Steel Barrel; patented quick-adjustable  Straight Bar Rear Sight and new design Copper Bead Front Sight,  Chambered tor .25 Rem., _0 Rem. and 32 Rem. cartrld_e3.  Look for tho dealer who displays the Red B.ttl Mark of Remlr.iton,  UMC. He has these Remington-UMC Rifles in itock now, or he can  get them for you.'" \  To keep your Run cleaned and lubricated n'������M, use Rem OU  the new powder solvent, rust preventative, and uun lubricant.  BEMINCTOFr ARMS.'iWKIN METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., Wimi.or, Onl.rie  , ��������� Identifying Spaghetti  Pat Maher bought.a grocery, store.  Though he knew nothing about gro  cories, he would not admit his ignorance. ' \  One morning a lady came in and  asked for a package cf spaghetti. Fat  bad never heard of������it "before. Ho  looked all around, but could see nothing thus labelle.d.  "Spaghetti, spaghetti." he murmur-  od, scratching liis head. "Sure an' 1  liad 'ut in me band a minut' ago.  Would ye know ut if ye saw it?"���������  Llppincott's.     ��������� ,      '  are  A Fighting Chance  Miss Passee���������Oh, Mr. Plunks,  you married or unmarried?  Mr. Plunks���������Married, generally. But  if you would call every day you might  strike me some time when 1 wasn't���������  Judge.  , Dojrs For Pets  Opening anu shutting doors for  household pets can be done away  with byy'giving the cat, and dog a  door for themselves, such a door,  perhaps, is most practicable in the  Bummer, when screen doors are n  use. Low in the corner of a screen  door cut a .mall swinging-section or  flap, btrapped trom the top, so that  puss or tha dog can let themselves  in or out by pushing against it. After, the entrance or'exit of" the animal the little door swings back into  place.  IJJcks���������Trying to be a good fellow has sent many a man to tho  bad.  Wicks���������True! And many a man  lias lost his own health from tpo xre-  queutly drinling other people's.���������  Boston Transcript. '_  '<! Escaping Much  "I dictate jiy i ovcla to a stenographer," staged the eminent novelist.  "Sho types .m aiv'. sends 'em to tno  publisher. It' u great tiling I'or me,"  "Saves yoii much labor, oh'"  "It isn't thai 1 don't have to road  tho books; ihat's wnnt tickles me."���������  Seattle Post-lntclllgoLCO.  Mr, A���������o���������Si) ynu wore at Lho Swui'r  tor's fi o'clock  ton     What    did  Jidvp? ;  Mrs. Axo���������A Rood appotlto when '  iiot homo, u.y dear.- HoHtou Trims-  crlvt.  Father -"I rnt a THinibrr of Bt'iuml  innpoinlfi ;������t. 1115  nflleo today,"  All Light  "What Is l-Rht?" queried the teach  er of the Jii"on11o class.  "Notirly oveiyUiing we buy from our  grocer, pnpn nnys," replied the small  hoy at thi* /oot,���������Cliicngo News.  The Valiant Eagle  The eagle has heen used as a device  or royal bannets Dom very remote  times. It war the ensign of tho civ  cient kings of Persit. and of Baby ion  The Romans ad-.ptoa various other  ilgures on 'heir camp standards, but  Marius mala .he eagle the chiof' ensign, of the egions, and to the sulitli-  vision assigned various othor Ilgures,  Constantino wa_ the lirst emperor to  introduce the two" headedjengleaa ii  royal Di nationil device to indiciitn  that h'.s ompire luul two lieddk o'r  kings, but was nevcrthless ono body  or omplre. Tlio two 'headed otiglo 1,8  new used io signify a double ompire,  Austria claltui to bc the successor of  the Caesars, of Koine, and also of  ClLtii.nifigue. and thv one head represents the ensteru and the other Uio  wesloru empire, Htissln also- lias u  double headed uiglo, having ud .oil  that of Poland t. her owu.���������Louilon  Standard.  ' Stop the Cough.���������Coughing . is  caused by irritation' in the respira-  tory-passages-and-is-the-etlor.t_to_.dis_  lodge obstructions that come from  inflammation -af the mucous membrane. Treatment with Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctric Oil will allay the inflammation and in consequence the- co.gti  will cease. Try it, and you will use  uo other preparation  for a cold.  The "Nit" Nott Got  John Nott coiOd not knit, sc ho invented a knitter which would knit anl  which Nott called the "N6tt knitter.'  But the "Nott kr.itter". could not knit  a knot, and Not: therefore had to tithe knots whicli the "Nott. knitter"  could not knit.. But one day -Nott,  while not tying knots for the "Nott  knitter," inyenteu an attachment for ,  the "Nott Knitter'' which could knit  knots aud wlivh he called' the "Nott  knotter." . And when tho "Nott knot-,  ter" was attached to the "Nott knitter" tho "Nott knitter" would-knit tho .  knots which the "Nott,knitter" could  not knit. And no-, a knitter .could knit  knots like che knot'J that Nott knit  with the "Nott knotter" for the "Nott  knitter."  '  ��������� Then Nott fell in love with a knitter  who knitted knots with, the "Nott.  knotter" for tho "Nott. knitter," and  he asked her not ..to knit knots any  longer, but be a Nott forever. Buc  the knitte: saia "Nit."--Ladies' Home  Journal.  Ordinary Coti Cures Are Oangenut  Because .tfiey contain acids, but  Putnam's Cor.i Extractor is entirely  vegetable in composition. It. is perfectly painless, safe ar.d sute to curo.  Not  :o be Denied  * Crawford���������What    does  a  bachelor  know about women, anyhow?  Crabshaw--NYeli, he evidently knew  enough aboiv. then never co marry  cne of them.���������New York Times.  Having a'hor,_r\>of Vblack chimney  legs," the kaiser has forbidden, tne.  wearing of tr.u^rs at court .id's, but  as a snecial fa.^r the American ambassador is permitted.to regain his.  \Ye ou<rht to meet the Kaiser halfway  and send a ycottish-American to eBr-  lin.  "Sir," said the, office boy to his em-  Things Men  Hate to Do  To,go shopping willi women.  To sir for u portrait.  To   carry  home   bundles.  To tell the boys "I can't tonight."  To whee1 the bab, carriage.  To seem to bo thoughtful.  To kiss his wife or mother in pub  lie���������New Yoik Mai'  ployer,,������"as" ybirTnow^v_ry~w_ii~tnat"  my family is in perfect health, I ask  you to let me off thi. afternoon to go  to the baseba!:. matfh."  ' "Young .rain," repliea the boss, "you  are entirely tio honest. I have my  suspicions of you. You are fired."���������  Penny r.aguziue.  . Where WaP Will?  A drill HorRiiimt war, drilling a ro-  milt nqunil In lhe use of tho rlllo. All  went smoothly null' blank cnrtridgoH  were dliilrlluitod. Thn rncriilta woro  instriiclod to ioiuI their places nnd  voi! I stand at randy,-' and tho ncrgoimt  gave tlio coiiiiiiniiil: "Fire at will!"  Prlviilu I.nun v/uh puzzled. He lew-  ei'dii hi? nun,  "Which  onr> Ih  Will?" lio naked.  "I fin 1 led,  .Mu,  .7Iiiih.  to take my  hniiKh-.-'i'-^Oh, ps'pn, wore  any   ������f;l!0!)f������  ilmm for inn.  Tho nxporliiu'tit In now being irjnrt  of unvim; ���������! ship Hash ltn nainn on  a big electric filgn ifiHlfiid of lihliinr  It In llltlo gll'lnd loUnrs ou tlio bow  ntiil Htnrn. A Ilnor ruiinliiR hotwefr,  Holland nnd South  Oflvln���������Ium It*, nnmo in ]ottn''i five  font, hlnh on a Hlg'.i Uvnnly-two fiifw  long, cnrrinrl ImUvfoti lfn ninoluc  hIih'Iih. My diiy thu num. hIi.tvh  whlto, hut at ilKht It. (IiihIich In .'nd  llilhtft on ihi' port tb]o nml lu grocn  liKlitK on tlio "tiirhourd Hide,  "Vf.u 'Id'i't "fi'm f,iMni"lnp-tlf Mhnt't  otolnlInf* tho RtfiRn?"  "No," .mid tlio thPfitrlcnl rwinnger,  "Tlin more yoi; try to Mcvatr������ 'Aw  Htii|?o, tlm mnro deproHht'd the box ofllco Booms to become,"  T'rofoHsor T. ,T J. See, rolnllvn naval captain in IJ. 3. matliomnlleal  cnrpH lii'llnvnn Ihnl he Ims illHeovnred  tlin hitherto tniki own caimn r>f gravitation.. Tlm pnlenoar Is in lho govorumont nnrvloH, being miithoiiuitlclini  and nstronomor In charge of the  naval ohHorvaloiy at Mure inland, run-  fornlu.  Woll, y.iu won't (tot, It, for wo  never luul ni,thing llko thnt of yours  lioni."������������������Ilnllliiioi. Aumrlf'fUi,  "Pink, I'm n/rniil you am wniU'.nj?  your limn bniHhiiif, my lint, I don'l  Honin lo linv. anything smaller iliiui a  AnLorien���������li,',!f'n l,m-"  Aiiioni.ii"���������mo   '.._-,      , ,        ,.    , , .   ,       ,,  "I ltlr. chniigo ilai, nil right, pohh,"  "Then you don't tionil tlin lip.    So  lonj,', p!nk,"-Chli,iiBo Trlbuno.  Fatho:' (left In filiargn)���������-No, you  r.iinnot. mv.) nny .noro calio, (very  HorlMiHly)" -Do you know what 1 Hliall  hnvo to do ll yon go on mulling that  (I I end ful il')li'.or  Mtlti:   Uni   (.itilAiiliU)-   Ye.'l  Kfilhor- Well,  what  in U?  l.ltllo  Boy���������(.livo  mo nomo    moro  f.ako.  Advice From  Mark Twain  Thoro is a goin '.u a letter   from  Mark Twain to Wil- M. Clemens, w'io  wanted Home ndvkio;  "How cun I advise another mnn  wisely :mt or s_"h i capital ut a lU'o  filled wllh nilKtiiKosV AUvihc hlni lioiv  to avoid the llko'. No, for opportiinl-  tk-s to make iht miuiu mlull'lies do  not happen to an;, two men, Youi own  oxporloueoR mpy nop.'.uly touch yon,  but anolli.r n:r.i'a cant'. I do not  Know anything for a purson to do Imt  Ji.hI pog ������loi,fj, doing tho things Unit  oit'or and r^grcttlnd thom. tho next  day. It is my way und everybody's,"  --Now York Mai:.  It was re������ently discovered that,  thero exists in Bombay waters several species of fish which feed on  mosquito larvae and Major '���������' Liston,  director of tin Bacteriological Laboratory, is now conducting experiments  designed to shew which aro the most  suitable fish to propagate.  "What's Uie mat'.er?" a colleague  asked  of the advertising manager. '  "Matter enough! The fools have  placed Mado ni Sourano's testimonial  for a col^ cure on the same page  with the announcement that she had  a sore throat and couldn't sing."  "My husband is just getting over a  spell of sickness, and I want to buy  him a shirt," said Mrs. Binks.   ,  "Yos, ma'am,'' replied tho^ clerk.  Would you want somothiug In a  stiff bosom?" .  "No, sir," Mil Mrs, WnUa. "The doctor says he roust avoid anything.with  starch in it,"  A  ���������'X   th  :%71  Out o> Her Head  Thn tench.i In ono of tlio public  hcIiooIh eucoiirugob l-.i pupils tc oll'or  hhkk-hUoiih wiion- om of thom Is at  I lin blackboard and noailn holp, bho  bollovoB tlmt tin'; it> bettor Hum ap  pealing to tlio toucher,  The cIiibh wiib RtuiiyliiK tho division  or decimals, Tht teacher had tmiRiit  lir.r jnipll������ that when thoy had n mini  <n division, il lo BonuitlmoH necoHHiiry  io add diilic.'H on tho right of tlin decimal point to carry tho prnceBii out  ' -." .' . . t I ..1      .,!'    '1, r,  livr unoiiKiii    ������,iU    ������<"���������"��������� t>--i '���������' "���������  liijurft whftion to divide '.>.(i by ri.fi utiii  sho did not know how to proceed,  "Tlio 'vouchor Hay,* to put nomo  notliliiBH afnr the- twenty?" ������polcc -ip  ono o������ tho clnnti.  "Wlioiv ftunt thr toacfior got   th?  . ,; \ , ���������"��������� ...1-/w Mm fir! whfi Wtn  llll\liiWl-|.i. .      -   doing tho d MdiiiB.  "Out of lior .'cad;' npolto up ilio Informant, with no tl.-mght of Llio li!d-  don m-iiniw: ci the words.  TVv MnrJnn Vvm   R<������nif>r!v        Hoth Mr. Tosila anil Dr. Poilornon,  I ry murine eye   Kemeciy  |   ^ ,��������� th0 po8B,WHly of t)l0 w.ro.  If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyet   )o<4S    trnn.mliaHion    of   power   The  French Servant  (to niarkotnmn)���������  Wlilll!  "l������'ll llflliln Hit a i.ioi'.T,i-it,   Ala-  viiii miniV Why, llntf.'H equal to tho  prlco l'vo been charging my inlHtruss  for tho fowl!��������� l..']llustratloii.  mnn realiy go down on  beforo a  woman  theso  W. N. U   1013  "Should a  hln Uneoa  diiyR?"  "It nil dinendfl Seems to h������ rnn<nd-  , oi oil the enrro.t thing in anno ut.ro  ���������cliclt-B."���������KAHbat, City Journal.  | or Granulated Eyelids. Don't Smart������������������  bootl.et Cyo Pain. Dru.glsts Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, -St.., 60c, Mu.  rlne Eye Salve In Aaeptle Tubei 25c*  60c   Eye Book Free by Mall.  k* lit Ttain Ci' U  AH (r������ ll.l KwJ Cm  MURINE EYE REMEDY CO., Chicago.  pownr wo got from tho nun amounts  ic four uml y hai. million borne pon >r  per mniiiro ii.llu o< a clear ilny--a  met quoted ������������' ovhlcnco tlint Inr/o  amouutH of power can he trnnnniUteil  rv.r cnormi-is iiiataticen by menus of  other wuvob.  Concrete  Fence Posts  Last Forever  HpI-IEY never rot  ���������*��������� away i n the  ground,  They stand  the hardest knocks and never  have to be replaced, for they  are practically everlasting.  They are easily and cheaply  made and are the most satisfactory of all fence posts.  Concrete Drain Tile  Cannot Decay  Concrete draini do not decay and  are cheaper, because they do not  1)/ &&&   '':'ll"'f '-n'' rtcT '���������'���������" ir'"v-> -*nrp  Vf Mhf ihry nred no, fUfrj*inc tin or rdayinp,  Let us send you this free boolc, "VV hat H  the Farmer can do with Concrete."      *'  It nhowi you how to make concrete fence-  pot's ind wi'l ttvt you muny dolhtt  tihen  cjoiii_ dtnrr iiuuOin^ 'rmiiid  Hit Uun.  Farmer'* Infonnalio- Dur������aa  Canada Cement Company Limited  505 Herald Bui!dinf,Mo������treal THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  ������  H6  POISONOUS  MATCHES  In less tlian two years it will  be unlawful to buy or use  poisonous white phosphorous  matches  Everybody    should   begin  now to use  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS  "SESQU1" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home j  Burring Water /  Dry coal aoes- no't produce as much  heat' as ujal that .is consideraby  damp. It is. of. course, a fact that a  greater heat makes the fuel more  valuable, and it is essential to know  how to secure the most from,ordinary,  fuel  Coal ..hat is to be burned ia a furnace, a stove or a grato for immediate heat will produce nearly one-  lourth moro heat when wet- than  when dry. Coal that is to be placed i_  a stove or furnace to be closed, up  so as to prepuce a long continue.,  moderate heat will produce a little  n.ore tha.-. oiu-thi.d- more heat if  there is plenty, of of moisture than  can be secured if tho coal is real dry.  Large lumps of coal can be soaked  in a pail of watei for half ail hour,  and the heat will be increased nearly  one-half. Th's i:: don. in cases where  tue lumps are used in stoves tightly  closed, such as those known as airtight furnaces.   ,  Several pails of water .thrown over  n, ton of ocal ..will increase its va'uo  greatly to the consumer. Coal will  burn brisk'y ir wet and, almost airless mines, and it is said the heat is  inteuse. When there is a,fire and the  coal pile burns it is difficult to drown  that portlo- of the flro with water.  ; We might a, well secure a little of  the heat rtored in burning water as  to permit i*. all to go unused.���������Philadelphia North American.  RECRF.ATK N FACILITIES  ���������by  Sargent  .ar.d   His  Pictures  j    When  Sa-gcnt has  finished a pic-  , ture he is heartily glad to see the list  I of it.   The .cor, goo_ that a -.-cyai.vis-  Necessity    For   Their   Provision  Municipal Enterprise  ��������� One of the ciosc notable features  in :he development of municjpai enterprise during the past.decade was  the playgrounds movement. Within  six years .61 the formation of the  Playground association of America,  in 190G, more than 400 American  cities had entered upon the scheme  of supervised recreation centres for  children as a municipal undertaking.  The movement has also gained rapidly increasing in favor throughout Dominion and rlontreal, Toronto, Winni^  peg and other Canadian cities have  undertaken the carrying on cf supervised . playgrounds. Its remarkable  popularity and growth may be attributed to universal recognition of Its  value as a prime preventive measure  in. the interest of public health and  as tlie sole available means of securing to the urban child one of.the essentials of- his existence. Play is the  prerogative as it is a necessity, of  healthy, normal childhood.  It takes little persuasion, beyond  the silent, convincing proof of living  conditions in our industrial centres, to  induce city governments to come to  the aid. of children whoso only playground is the pavement or the- alley.  The standard of future citizenship depends too vitally upon their proper  training to permit neglect of any  means whereby that training may  be made 'to include a full share of  wholesomo, character-forming games.  And, in view of the'failure to secure-  one may almost sr.y, tho impossibility  of  securing���������the  necessary  facilities  Skin Trouble  on the Scalp  Skin Drted and Cracked and Hair Fell  Out���������Cured by Dr. Chase's  Ointment  Eczema is annoying and distressing at any time but doubly so when  it gets into the scalp and causes the  hair to fall 0111;. Here is a graceful  letter from _ lady who was cured by  using Dr. chase's Ointment ���������  Mrs. Hector Currie, Tobermo.y.  Cnt��������� writes- "I was cured of a disagreeable skin disease of the seal?  by using Dr, Chase's Ointment The  trouble started with Itching and pain  in the scalp, the skin.would get dry  and crack, nnd at times would bleed,  and' the hair would fall but, I tried  three doctors without benefit, ard suffered for thteo years. Reading in Uio  almanac about Dr. Chase's Ointment,  I began its use, and am how completely cured Tho hair has grown  again, and 1 am as well as 1 ever  was. You'aro at llb.ity to uso this  letter, for 1 am glad to recommead  so excellent a treatment."  Dr. Chase's Ointment has no rival  as a curo for itching skin diser.se.  iter Jo his studio said, after looidng|  over the pictures, "I wonder you can'through private and''individual initia-  bear to. parr with them." "Sir," an  swered SEi'gent, . "having, flnibhed a  .picture, "I an", like a hen which has  laid an egg, "Come and take it away,  come and take ii. away!" I e.tc.aim.  Its removal enables me to start an  other."���������Sheffield- (England) Teie-  graph.  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N������1 N������2 N.S  Work and Play  A short time age Dr. Ciiailes' P.  Steinmetz. tht electrical expert, replied to an int .viewer, who asked  liim. what was the thing he disliked  most,   with  out ' word:   "Work!",.lio  THERAP.Oi^ Ho���������,'t_f,r������-t_ ' said,-'was" ..is  bene  noir.  Ih  explain  *,eatsuc"^^ Hon of. this apparently contradictory  a vim KinNhv- bladuer. uiseasks. blood poison i an(j  crvptic  utterance  Doctor  Stein  fll.KS.    EiTllHR  SO. DRUGGISTS Or MAIL SI, POST   a CTS   ( '*"u     *" ������ ^" ^ .,      . ...        .'  rouGBKA co. so bkekman st. nkw vork ot lyman bros   metz went on to say mat, while ne  -TORONTO. WHITE I'OR FREE HOOK TO UR. LE CLIiRC  JlED.CO.IlAVKKSrOCKKD.HAMPSIEAD LONDON -NO.  ���������TRYNEWDRAGI..EITASTK1.KSS.U-ORMOF   EASY TO  IAK������  THERAFIOSNl Kts..asDcv������.  -IKE THAT TRADE MARKED WORD THERAPION IS OM  JK1T. QOVT.STA-P AFFIXED TO ALL GENUINE PACKETS.  ^TOTOM  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Somoiliin. beuer Uiair linen and big  4a,n.dry bills Wash ��������� ll with soap and  wiuer All stores or direct, .tale style  and sue. For I'ftc we will mail yon '  ���������THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OF CANADA,  Limited  68 Fraier Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  BLACK  LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED  bj   Cutter'i  Blacking   Pills.    Low-  nrlcucl. ��������� fresh, reliable; preferred br  'Western stockmen because they pro-  ��������� _>     _"���������! _P^    toct    where    other   vaccines    (ail.  H      ���������_, *   '     Wiite for booklet and testimonials.  Bv._l ���������   an     10-doso pkge. Blackleg Pllla $1.00  JLrfXJI^kaW    30-doss pkge. Blackleg Pills   4.00  ' IJso any Injector, but Cutter's best.  Tho superiority of flutter products Is due to otct IB  years of specializing ln vaccines and serums only.  Insist on'Cutter's.    If unobtainable, order direct.  :THE  CUTTER   LABORATORY,  Berkeley,  California.  spent eighteen hours in his labcra  tory, he gave only ��������� one hoar to  "work." The rest was "play"���������to  him. The reason was that for seventeen hours he did what he wanted  to do, and though it was-hard and  puzzling it' was not. u deadly and  deadening fontiue but a real recreation to mind and ��������� body alike    .���������  This is a "sound philosophy r.nd a  simple one. It 'consists in finding  your niche and filling it full of a free  and overflo-,vir.g personality. It avoids'  the disastrous and destructive attempt  to- fill, a round nole with a square peg  oi', as Lewis. Carroll phrased it, to  strive madly . but sadly to 'thrust  a right-hand foot into a left-hand  .shoe.!! ,   Hatching Eggs in Rice  Certain of the Chinese in tho intet-  ior districts adjacent tc-.Amoy employ  a somewhat unusual method for  hatching both l-ens' and ducks' epps.  Tho breeder first takes a quantity  of, unliusked rice and roasts it, cooling it down by fanning or allowing the  wind to blow through until it is lukewarm. He .tnen spreads a three inch  layer of the lice in a wooden tub and  places about 100 eggs thereon: another layer of rice, this second and  subsequent layer being but two inches  in thickness, is spread over the eggs.  Each tub has six'layers of rice and  five layers of eggs, so that there are  500 eggs in each' tub. The rice is  heated once every twenty-four hours,  the eggs being taken ..out at such  times. The chicks and ducklings are  produced in twenty to thirty days.���������  ! London Globe.  tive, it becomes the duty of municipalities, as such, to undertake the pro:  vision of accessible, "spacious, well-  equipped and,properly supervised play  and 'recreation centres.' It i_ a form  of public eiuerprkj to which no'valid  objection can be offered.  ��������� The :iuesticn of publicly provided  recreation faculties,' however, is not  solved merely through the faction of  juvenile needs, lt is one ,of wider  application, an 1 ha. just as much importance,, although  it  has    received  scant consideration, in regard to the.    adult population of great urban cities, v    _        ,,,, . Y . .  Recreation of mind  and  body is as     .9n? ������f <4he commonest complaints  th.   well rounded  exis- 0i mfants 1S ^'orms- and tho most ef-  Energy of the Sun  At the distance or. the earth from  it (.3,000.000 miles), the heat energy  yearly expended by J.ie sun is as great  in amount as would be produced by  the burning of sixty-six globes of the  best anthracite coal, each as heavy as  the earth, or 5.34G such globes, each  equal in weight to' the moon. But  the greater pa."', of this'energy is, as  far as we. can see, expanded upon  empty ppaee,because, except where a  planetary body is interposed in the  path of tlie rays, there is nothing for  them to act upon. Only, about two-  thousand-millicnth of the sun's radiant  energy is intercepted by the earth and  only about ,_no two hundred-and-twen  ty-five-millionth by all the planets' together. This makes the sun look like  a gigantic spendthrift, but if ho did  not radiate in eve.y direction he  would not bc seen from distant sr.aee;  he would not bo a ��������� star among vho  stars, and who can say that what he  expends to make himself known ii'id  tc maintain this rack in the universe,  is not as well spent ns the grntuil'e.;  that ho flings to his planets.���������Garrett  P.. Scrviss iu Spokane Review.  ���������*^*_iiMillfcA_tiMiiMi11li  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ���������act surely and  1 gently on the  fiver. Cure  Biliousness,  Head,  ache, !  Dizzi-  ncis, and Indigestion.-   They  do iheir duty.  Small Pill. Small Dos*, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  necessary .a  fence' of the adu. human being as is  play in that bf the normal child. The  common objection to government action of a paternal nature waives its  validity in the face of economic necessity, at least in respect to children.  Under- certain circumstances' it nfust  do likewise vhere adults" are concerned���������where, as in the case, of recreation, collective action must be invoked to provide those facilities which  modern ,indus;rial organization has  made it impossibl j for the individual  1 Imself Lb secure.���������O.M., in Conservation.'  fective appMcation for them is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Slaves in Abyssinia    -,  In the Gem Ira country of Abvssinia  the inhabitants, are pagans. They ap-j creature  pear to bolieve in a divinity inhabiting ; mole-like iron  ,   His Majesty's  Fault  In the reign of Francis. 1. of France,  quickness of wit , was often more  promptly ro,vavded than actual met it.  Tho numk, Rcgniei Muinus, did not  lack emrit. out he owed his first advancement nevertheless to a clover  retort.  Francis, who wai very fond of tho  game of temis. was playing a match  one day witli Mainus. The monk fin  ally ended the hard fought game with  a brilliant strol'e.  The king was somewhat out of humor on account of his defeat. "Remarkable," he exclaimed sarcastically,  "to think that such a stroke should  be made by a mere monk!"  "But, sire," replied the monk, who  was as quick with his wit as he was  with his racket, 'it it your majesty's  own fault ihat the -stroke was uot  made by an _fcbot." - -i  . A week later Mainus received his  appointment as abbot of Deaulieu ���������  Youth's Companion.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  PATENTS  Fetharstonhaugh & Co., head office,  Using street east Tot onto, Canada.  No Chance For Him  Sam's friends ewre reasoning with  Jiim patientl}  at tho street corner.  "Now, Sam, 1 ,'s time , you went  'ome. That'.:, the lnst placo for you."  "It's this way,' p.rgucd the erring  brothdr. "If I go 'ome now, she'll  ������ay I'm drunk--if . don't go 'ome  .she'll say I'm drurk, It's this 'ore  fciiffragotto nv-jvem.nt that's sot 'em  .arguing. I've a good mind to go 'ome  and break thi winders."  Cornfl rro caused by the pressure  -ot tight boots but no ono need bo  troubled with them long when so  ���������islmplo a romedy as llollowny's Corn  Curo Ib available.  "I want a homo,'   ho Hald. with a  tSlgll. "      _  "I can see that," nho ropliod slowly.  ���������"Now you di'h'i, soem to havo one to  ������o to."  "Why does tllrnm dig around bo  .among r.hosu oh' Chaldean records?"  "Ilo wuntii tn got itomothltiR on tlio  woutlior bureau. No opines thoy pro-  -dieted drouth tho day beforo tho Hood  _tarto<l.''  It is an oil truism to say that it  i_ not work but worry that kills. And  the worry born of a hopeless, routine outlook and occupation is the  most killing kind. Doctor Steinmetz  has found hi.; niche and more than  fills it to his own perfect satisfactio'.n  and equally. .0 that, of his employer-,,  who pay him handsomely while" he  "plays."���������-Philadelphia Public Ledger.  " , Fotatj Juice Cure  Potatoe tuiCD as, a remedy ' for  sprains, lumbago, .out, rheumatism  and brui.es is recommended by. Dr.  Heaton���������C^���������riowaTil'~of~bond_n���������in���������an-  article in th* London Lancet. He cites  numerous "cases in his own practice,in  which the ������iaiu has been relieved  quickly, some, mes by the first applica-  ���������,icn, and the Lv.id that lias exuded iri  to the joint cr tlio membrane has  been absorbed within a few days.  ' Potato juice is used as an ointment,  a liniment cr a plaster. The raw potatoes  aro  squeezed  in  a  hydraulic  the sky and also In secondary geni  dwelling on varth. Slavery is not officially recogni/en, but exists in fact,  though with come extenuation in form.  The slave, is not free to change his  master Ho is put in chains if suspect  ed of: an intontion of escaping He is  beaten if he does not work or>'march  at the will cf' his master, and he receives no pay. On the other hand, if  he, can-be ".resented" he cannot be  openly sold- and must be designated  gabare (subject), not abria (slave).  Even  these   differences  disappear  in  Seventeen Year Locusts  The song of the cicada is rhe noisiest in the Insect world., The seventeen year cu-ada has been called the  Hip Van Winkle of, the insect world.  From its tiny eggs there issues a  wuh soft wliito body and  i_-gs.   It hurries to tho  FREE to BOYS and GIRLS  An ln_u>-so|| Dollar Wntch, Kiiar-  anlci'il inr ono youi kIvimi ft������.-><��������� to-  hoys, or ;i sold plate, ru-ck chain 10  Bills, (ov soiling live dozen of our  Heaver Hrnnd i'culiokl<T.s at tive  cents ouch. These penholders nro of.  exceptional luallty and we are taking this me'hod of Introducing tlu'iu.  If you do not sell the total number  you will Lie paid -1 cash cummlssiun  on   quantity   uold.  NO MONEY HSEQUIRED. Send  name and atldiesj and we will send  Penholders  prepaid,  THE  BEAVER  SPECIALTY CO..  Roum' A,   328   Smith   St.  WINNIPEG.' Manitoba.  Ship's Cdt  Presentment  A London cable to the Daily Mail  says:, After a lecture'at tho Oc.ult  club   on   "Psychic    Experienci's"    a ,  woman speaker referred to a reported strange behavior of th* ship's cat  of the liner Empress of Ireland. When  the vessel was about to reave Quebec,  she said, the cat came hurrying down ^  the gangway, bearing two of her kittens in her mouth Efforts were mpdo'  to get her to. return,    but    nothing  would persuade.her to go back. Consequently she escaped destruction on  the fouudeiiug of the vessel.  clibtant provinces and ilTlim^s of^lis7  ;.idcr. Those who will not submit  live as fugitivps' in the, forests.  Reis' inn the Telephone  While Eell invented the telephone  aud Edison, Ber'iner, Marconi aad  many others ha.'.' improved it, the  true inventor and .discoverer of che  principles o-.' telephony was a German  scientist to whom too littlo credit has  ground and disappears beneath ts'  surface sometimes to a depth of twen  t\ feet. For seventeen years it digs  its way around in absolute darkness  and then come, to the surface to join  in a marriage re-elry. of-.a few brief  weeks. It is a full Hedged.creature of  the air, though encased still in grave  clothes of parchment, but it , flies  away with, the whirr of an aeroplane  to live but a few brief weeks.--Na-  tional Geographical Society Bulletin.  .  .Ev01 j.tLor._edithe_J2h_ecker_  The Secret of Youth ,  Lord Wemy'ss, who still felt young j boiled down"luit'i"    it  Js    made five  when ho died at the age of, ninety | tlmo_ ns strong as when fresh. Glycer-  prcss.    The starch and    nitrogenous   _een.,jiven���������������hi. d Reis ' In ISfil Hei's  ^ ^-1?1?rduan?.   ^nJTt! SKd��������� paSlly^icii'lateli.c^  six years, >>nce explained that the  way to ~eep iiom growing old was  r.over to forgot that the world is'always in the infanc' of invention and  discovery. Weymss began life in the  era of tho tallow dip, and he loft lt  in the, ago of the tungsten electric  lamp. Tungsten was an unknown  metal whon ho was born and even  when ho had passe, the allottea throo  score and ten; and electricity wa&only  a laboratory product, so far as human  lMjings had anything to do with; it.���������  Montreal Evening News.  Thev reached thoir seats just as the  fourth and last par' of tho movie play  wns throwu upon the screen. "Oh.  goody!", oxolalined tho girl dolighted-  ly, "it's just llko turning to tho- last  chapter of a story first to soo how  it comos oot"- -Boston Transcript.  All expenditure 1ms to bo considered from two points of view���������what  goes out and what comos in. Five  shilllngd spent on a lunch mnv moan  vigor or merely indlgCBtlon.���������T. P.s  Weekly.  English Clergyman���������Ancl whon you  .arrivo 'n Louden, my dour lady, don't  iall to soo St. Paul's and Westminster Abboy.  Pair American���������You bot; I'll rattlo  thorn, off ,suro; but. what l'vo boon  :hankorln��������� >o soo ovor sinco I was  .knoo-lilgli to 11 griisshcppor ic tho  ���������Church of ICnB'nntl.���������Dallas Nows.  Farmer���������Yos sir, that lilrod mnn of  .11 ino Is ono of ths greatest inventoru  .of tho century  City Hoarder-^ou don't say! What  slid ho Invent?  Farmor���������Petrified    motion.���������Judge.  An Impnr:urbiililo domonnor comot  ifroin porfoct pittionco,  fRTDWET  ffn/i 1       ' I. I������^,IU'���������������*,   , ������������������r7  Minard's Llnlmont CureB Colds, etc.  ' A young Frrnnhmnn wns bolnc  shown about Caldorstonos Mark by an  English frlond. "What ftMlno placo  this would rtiiikG for shooting! Look  at all tho birds (lying nbout," Bald tho  Frenchman. The KngliHhman ropliod  to tho effect that, with certain exceptions, It was tlio spirit of tho country  te encourage bird lifo, Tho son of  Gaul shook IiIb head uud observed  half Rorro-vfully, '(It does scorn a  pity that nil thb food should bo Hying around jind no uso nuulo of IL'  Father Wnn Wl������e  Socrotnry of War Clarrlmm, apropos  ol tho revival ir. navy and army of  vlco'iiilmtriil nml nontenant gone ruin,  snid at a lu.iclioon:  "This is Inrguly rt matter of diplomatic otlqtiotlo, u matter of elegance  "Much boor by clognnco nowadays,  you know, I said recently to n multimillionaire who hud risen from a  1 plumber's apprentice to I don't know  ow mnny bank j residents and Interlocking riircoi���������:u,i>s.  "'Y_UJ h-J-'jcmi It'JJ.'u JjJUi'l ho jiro_���������  of you, olnco you nro flolf-mndo.*  ."'Yob,' ho answered grimly. 'Yn.i,  thoy'ro about us proud of mo us  they'll bo of a lionie-iniido dreuu,'"  Villi* \i     yAH'.5     <���������     i..k~-      ���������"-,'���������*     i.-lmm    <U.U\.-.  much for tho American drama,"  "How?"  "Ilo no/or wroto a play."���������Ponnsy  vanla Punch Bowl.  in is added to preserve it,  Street "Tongue Twisters"  ���������There c.'o mary street names in  Canadr. which are not beautiful, but  at any race w-> avoid lengthy' "tongue-twisters" auc'i as thoy ' have on  the Continent.  In Pa'ris thoro is the, Rue dos  PretreB - Saint ��������� Germain , l'Mixerrois  which is almost as bad as the Hue de  la Montagno p.ux Horbes-Potngcros hi  Brussels.  But those aro simple compared to  another thoroughfare in a suburb of  tho Belgian capital, which boasts tho  namo of Ongoschlldt-zllvornocknott-  Jcstrnat. lt moans, it is said, "thq  Btroot of the little unpickod silver  nut."  What would a car conductor mako  of it?  telegraph r.J Frankfort and showed  tliaL variations iu au electric current,  cnused by a vibrating membri'.ao  cculd reproduco ':he necessary vibrations. RelR transmitted musical  sounds antl cv.n words. Elisha Gray,  whose application lor a patent on the  telephone was filed ln Washington  cniy a fo,v hoi rs aftor Professor Be.l's  application, improved Reis' telephone,  but it is said that neither Reis nor  Gray reape.l _ny llnancial reward  from thoir Inventions.���������New Yerlc  World.  Ho was an :dlo Irish boy, but ho  had tho Irishman's ready wit. Ho lud  ahlppod on board 11 man-of-war,..when  ho annoyed tho boatswain by his  outness. Seeing him on the maintop  ono morning, mi'/'ng Idly out to sea,  tho boatswnln called out to h'.m:  "Como down ou', of that, yo risen!!  Como down out of that, an' Ol 11 give  yoz a dozen whacks wld mo rope,"  "Faith, sorr," ropliod tho' boy. "Ol  wouldn't como down if yo offered mo  two dozon!'���������Antwors.  That form'dabi. person, the chancel,  lor of the exchequer who levies toll iu  tlie house of lommona today, draw.,  his lofty lineage from the reign 01'  Henry III. Henry, thinking it desirable that the ��������� lord high treasurer  should be provided with a guardian,  gave him ore in the name" 01 a  'check." The i-hecKer.��������� keeping his  name, has ::ow become the comer  stone of ihn treasury edillce. Tho lord  high treasurer disappeared with llie  Duke  of  Shicwsbu.'y,   whom    Queen  Dr., Graham Bell, inventor of the  telephone, .hinks it will be a possibility to breakfast in America and dine  in Europe, via '.he aviation route.,  Many untold wonders are doubtless  concealed in tne mists of timo, but  the present generation will likely be,  content, with a-longer run for their  money on an Atlantic palace liner.���������  Hamilton Spectator - .   .  There is in circulation' yet another  genial storyo about the canny Scot. A  Caledonia chieftian won a million pin1,  in-a penny rafflo at a bazaar. Three  days later he cpUed, very wan and-  weary of aspa.t.  "See ,'ier2," he said to the bazaar  br.cretary, "l'v. counted them. They're  tlnee short."���������Tit-Bits.  "I he Proposal0  , Perciv.1   ui'.'ed  on   the joy  of  his  life one .veniu_ .ast week and when  the parlor wrv   cleared for action he  started to propose.  "Darling," he passienntely cried,  throwing ln-Dself on his knees beforo  air niul rolling his eyes towaid J10  -elling, "b_!ov<jd, dearest, can't 'you  ste, can't you gvioao that I love you?"  "Woll," was. tin rather cliilling-ro-  spon.c of the girl as she gaz'id m Mie.  Anne appointed e few days beforo her; agitated youth before her.    ,'I would'  death,   lt was George I, who put the? I hute to think  that this- is just your  W. N. U  1013  Zota���������What is thlr peanut politics  T hear so much about?  Beta���������Oh, JU3'. sort of n shell gat_c.  Kho���������Hlr, you *orK������   yo.irn.ilf1  He���������PosHlb.y;    but I cau think of  myself sny old time.���������Slmpllclsslr-s.  "Now that you havo como Into  monoy, :,lr. Jones, i suppose you aro  going to llvo high."  "Yos, now lhat wo havo tliingB coming to us, wt'ro bound to havo everything going,"  No Cne Is Perfect  Each cnu lui.i lils own bunion, Ills  own faults; uo one can do without  tho nli! of otli-irs. Therefore we niunt  iifsIhI. ench inher by consoln'.'nn, rid-  vlco nnd mutual warnings,���������Leo Tolstoy.  3hould Say Notsky  It's no niirprln-j to loam some Book  llns licked Levlnsky;  \ man who fights six nights a wc-ok  Can't nlwnvs wlnsltv.  Thero <tro id showers of stars. Professor H. A. Newton of Yalo collo.o  computed the" orbits of a vanished  comet and that of a meteor stream  around tho sun, when, behold tiio  track���������tho ellipse "Iii space of the  stream���������was tho same, onoo traversed  hy the comot, The nucleus of tho  comot had disintegrated Into separate  particles. I have Been many hundreds  of meteors. Tho smallest, wns just  visible in a mtcioscopo, and the largest, In tho world's fair In Portland,  wolghod twenty-twc tons. MeUnrH  aro particles usually mndo of stono or  iron, and somo aro nickel and other  metals, But If a star should fall iho  entire earth would bo destroyed in  ono second of time���������Kilgnr Liicmn  Lnrkln In N-w Yo-k American,  ofl'ico of lord high treasurer in com  mission In Ul-1, and in commission lt  has since tvmr.i'ied. Five*"' persons  have tho honor���������the first lord, three  junior lords and the chancellor, But  tho chiinccllir proved too strong for  ail of them, nnd the board, once a  reality, has, llko the board ot triulo,  long sinco '.easei to i_oot.--London  Chronlclo.  RubmnrlnPB ur* not so modern nn  Invention as most pooplo Imagine, in  tho'early yoara of the seventeenth  century a Dutchman, Cornelius Drnl.pl,  built an tindor-wntor bout, In which  ho mndo several trips from WciUinlu-  stcr to OreoiiWloh. So Impressed wiih  Juntos I. Hint lm awarded Dndml nn  nrnrlmnnt in Elthnm Pnlnco, and fto-  sired to no kept In touch witli nil further development;) of tho Diitchiiuui'ii  Invention,     A   cMiitempornry   writer  ,      Personal  Property  A Cleveland attorney took the Mediterranean trip a i_onth ago. It wus  his Ilrst time across tha walot, and no  sti.ted on iiip return that uo would  havo had 11 rr-rLpci1.; glorious i-inie 'oui.  f.ir tlio silly questions nsked him by  customs officials.  It was on tho pier at Now York  that his \vt������i came lo a climax. "Upon  your trunk, pL'imo'' commanded iho  ciibtom houso oiiico;. "Hnvo you nny  thing in then; but porsonal prop'jriyY"  1 0  COlltlllllJtl  "What *b you mean by poraonnl  property?" ..oimtoreil the lawyer.  "For iicaviT'r sake! Don't you  know whir, personal property is?" Tho  official lookul ui- In amazement.  "1 thought l did," answered the nt-  torn.y, "aiK, 1 can iiHuur. you tlm;  tlioro Is no. rcnl ostntj In my irunk"  ���������Cleveland l\a*n Dealer.  How to Win  This Is nn n;:o ot specialization, my  hoy, nnd .ho only 111011 who siicceod in  a  big  wny  are  those  who  pick  out  natural  way  of acting  before  pany.1  com-  The Forehanded Begqar  At Fifth nv'.atiL and 1'il'ly-eighth  street a bt-ggn1 pouring forth plaintive whines for alms, wns a/rested  by nn iiiisy.i.piithclic policeman. Thu  unfortunate proirssloiiml had a filer with his address, lie wan foind  to live in an apartment, where opening clothes r.nd jewois betrayed tho  luxurioiiBnosH of his private hours;  rnd his hank b ,oks showed a hul-  i.nco of somo $12,i">00. For the fnlo-  ini number of seven years he nnd  practiso hiu nrt According to his  own proud contoHsion, he soul n-gu-  lar remittances of $10 a week to lis  wUo abroad. HIp ovonlngs at homo  woro often adorned by mr<i"8l on-  '.crtninments. Ly dny he wns nn  nrtiHt playing upon tho tender heart  Etrlngs. By nij/nt ho cultivated "ho  social graces, m.isic and the dam 9.  ���������Now York Sun.  "Is that his w'.ta't H'ni, she's -lot  vory dlsllpgulfjhud."  "No. but very easy to illatlngiilsn."  ������ Polo Molo.  PRIZE   FOCD  P.ilatnble. E'cnomlcal, Nouflihmt)  A woHleru womnn Iiiih 0111M1101I tho  prlzo food in a few wordH, nnd that  from poMonnl oxpuriunci.'. Sho wr:te������;  "After  our  lo.'.r  experience     wllh  Kiinio itnrtlc.il nr line of work nud I'.vo (inipe-Nuts,    I (aiiiuit say euougli In  with it until they get lo know  m010    nbout It than most other fellows, Con-  eon trillion, cumlHtc-nt nnd porhiment  effort in onu direction  In the surest  Its favor,   We linv. used thin food al-  nnst oontln.:i>ll> f.r sovon ynrs.  "Wn  moiiiif.meH   tried   other  ndver*  tlsed  breiildiiHt  foods,  but  we  ln"iir-  rond to sii.wss  You'll never w'n la a! hibly returned  to (Iriipo-Nuts iih tlitt  states thnt Drcbel's bout wns ao oon-A^tt wny���������ex-ept ncclcienlally���������if you i nioHt pnliitnbh. economical nnd tio'.ir  strucled Hint a person could see un  dor (ho Biirfaco of lhe wator wlllnut  caudle light as much as ho needed  to read  in  tho  Biblo or tiny  othor  book,"  _>!������������������ Morse's  Indian Root Pill*  ore made ncccrtllntr to a formula In  ,   ,       . .1..  Indians, and Icirm-d ironi/them by  Dr. Mor������������. Though rt-|������'..tcfl ot-  temptu have been made, by pby������i-  ciani and chemists, It li.in been found  Impossible to improve the formula or  the pills. T-r. Morie'ii Indian Root  Pills are a household remedy through'  out the \norld lor Con-.iiii..tiun ami  sll Kidney and Liver troublii. They  act piumptly aud cUcctivtly, and  Cleanse the System  Tho pool nnd the editor wero plnv-  ing tennis and the latter got bout  on.  Said lho pont: "You servo well, old  l,i,UI,   Iiul   )uu ,:... ..iu     t a lui,,.'  "  'fnn't   11"   re'Miondod   tVe     ofVt vi  "Send mo a poem nnd flee.*'���������Answers. I  scatter your cu eigleH. Tlie'lioHt H.eiun  Ishlng of nil, ,    i  engine lu the world would race Itself "When I .mlt ion and coffee nnd bo-  to ruin Vaitliutit its go.cnior, Keep gau lo nsu Pimtiim ami i1rn|i,<-Ni.th. I  your mind ��������� n yonr job, speclulljn In wuh almost 11 uervmis wreck. 1 wm  >our iiiirlle.u.nr luiriiiienH    and  try tOiHo Irrittiide I could not sleep nights.  know as ni'ich nbout It m; tho man  who created  It, nnd,  burring mlsfor  had no incm-st In life  "After  ukIiib  (ir.tpe-Ntiti.    a  wluirt  tune, you'll imike more oui of Hint time I begun lo Impfiivo nnd nil theim  knowledge ilinn ynu will out of nny j ailments hnvn disappeared "and iiow  chance nuf.c?ss outride of your IiiihI j. nm n  well womnn.    My two ch'icl-  , ,i..i>       MnKr'.'n    i������.i.|������.,,.r   Iti    l t.tAli,' ���������        ��������� .    .    t t     , .       1. t   .-..t      t     .,   f. ���������  ,.,,  I ' ������   ���������- I MutH.   which   .lev  cut   three  HnieM  a  Hume U> bo used  by    divers to; dny.    burn  nwny metal  under wnier    laij    "They, nre  p,������.tiu.es of henitli and  "Had to get rid of my stene^i'.ip.v hem W.Ai-ft, mu, \f, tov. hdw; tho stir-; have never '.".\A i!i,������ I������".ikI ������y������,.tom of  er." ; face of tht. vitter It made,-n hole 'jvnr'.Hloiniicb 'rouble    even   through   Tif*  "Wnsn't sin speed.' enough at dl.da-lnne Inch In width in u plate of Ireti' nwmt severe H'lise o* wbiinplnjt coigh  ������,-,., i" '���������...rii. -.,, i..,i   ti-aifir    *ri,,, e.,i��������� , .,,, .j ' t1.,.v ('(in'il reti>'ti finitii'A'nt'i vbi>n n'l  "Yes,  but  It   took  dor all  day   aO  it. of tlie or-lluar;  oxyliydrugeii tvjie.  else f.ilb-d. /  sharpen it lent, pencil."                          It Is ?nclom-d In a. nt U-shaped cover1    "<5rii|ii-.N!uts fond has rinve-l doctor                        through which . Jct������nf comprt'ssecl alri bills, mid has oeen, therefore, r. most  Professor 'In get. ogy,���������Tho geoleg- Is  blown.    The air drives away Midi economical food for us"  Ist thinks milling of a thousand yearn,  water suffJctentiv to a.low lho flames ,    Nam.' given  by   'nnadlnn    Postum  aophomoru���������(.rent guns! \nd I lent  i. geologist M0 yesterday!���������Grit.  to bum. \  MUH.mna���������i'aMiie .tluiii,'. Ki-epWiK tne  "Seems t.i mo these stockings are [here Btandlne like u fool!  ralhi.-r flim:,y" ..i.ti the man v bo na:'.}    Wife   Ho ho remv.nablo dear   Can  shopping for bis  wife.    "Will    lljoyjl really help Ihi   wuy you stand?���������  bt extra woll Oiled?'���������Judeo,  London Mali,  Co,, Windsor, Onl.   Item! "The Itond  to  Wellvllle."  In  plign.    ,,Th������r.),c.  a  llc.k.M-1.."  Ever reiid ths above letter?   A new  Ope apper* t from flm* to tlm* Tht������y  iare genulns, true and full of human  (Interest  kj'"  4.  ��������� -���������I  A\  \  .i   i.  ������.c_  '���������fel  *V'>  s" ��������� i%  il  .?  A *  SI  ��������� 1  r.  ���������i  I  i/^  ^  .��������� i inltin. i--'r-r-a  r_; ii:. t JircgarB  l,^ .-._;:: _g__T___M������^^ '  A   ' ^".l I  ���������.a:;:-: and  ���������    ,. ..  I I. I. . 0  -   r'.-'ov "ivari'tlwfc Ksqtti-  ;.  U.nlwny, of   Victorii',  ��������� ��������� v n liceriM to take mid  ,1-,..-  >���������."_i lni;>8. cf water  "':ifii,  winch hVw������ ia   a  '.f  u   Mi.���������'ii^n   l^owoastli1  ������������������ ���������.-:!���������> ,^irails of Geor-  ���������/';    ;  iyrt QuiiH.nm  ���������   .'.i ii'i-.V. ��������� ft-d dt _!>00"  " '.,-. :���������..-_   ���������_!.> ������ill b������ uatd  ''i ;���������;     u ;������..���������>��������� spa lbs 1-ind  :       iv :.iul... ������f' W'v.   Tlii.  ���������.!>��������� '-'i (  fj i"i it'.fl on   the  r.r -I. .h-'A     ''liu* 8',>-]i]loa.U.in  ���������i Miu'i <-f !"���������: '". ,iw-,r Ha-  ,ii-. "'. 0.     Obicci-jns amy  .-- i.d Witt,' r K������i!i>r.cr nr  n. ;>:. 'I.f  'A \r\*or  Hurlit?,  '.I'.-'.ll.'tfii, vl-l' J'i'i. B. ii  : <"-. TsANAi.MO RAILWAY  Applicant  ' IT. K   BEA.SLKY  'A |,".<n t  ������ wy7  1 ���������'      i   ���������!)'.   ."I. A  i    I       U,'l     i\i    Wl'  ._;      n.vna r:\io uoLbu.N  '''"! .VT'CUMBKULAND.  ;U 5 --N- :��������� iiK MATTER of Sarah PJ.1-  ���������   j������������������':���������..r L\.-u,m deceased, intestate.  \,1'Y AND'      -  '' ." !.N "TIE MATTER di tlio "Offl-  7:'���������-.] .Mi.iiiiiisii'imirs Act/-  "'A [II-! NOTICE lh..t l>y order  -i'i  'A     Honor ���������Jndiru    lliu'kei',  Miiio Un   Cili'day   of   Nov.inbor,  t-  I'.liJ, i was appointed Administrator of tin* Estate- of tho iibuvo-  'ii.iuimuni tU'ci-nsed, and all' par-  ;!;;.i liaviniv claims tifrjiliist the  said estiUo nr������������.hou������by roquiiwl to  i'urni.h sniuo. pvopwly verified,  to iho on or b.i'ure thu 1 15 th d'-\y  Dpccmhtsr, 11)13. AND all parties indebted to snid ..tilt., aro  reqiiirud to pav tho iunount of  their indebtedness to nm forthwith.  Dated this llth day of, Novevn-  bor, 1913.  W," "Wysr.EY Wii.l.vki),  Ofiicial Administrator,  ���������Jiiniburhmd.  I.. C.  _| i^ ni  5!  -,i..' '> * -��������� *  NOTICE  . .... i,K'K>,.E TO -AK.U AND  USE W.aTEE:.  '"'._ i.i !s".rouy j i.-e'i th_t- Esqni-  N.,n-imo"^i.ai!\v v,   of Yic&.in,  ��������� ;i i!,,������-:-" ������; r a 1;_ ^ms to la'.io nnd  , ,00'} >.->i iia p.r -.ii- '������������������ iirs, cf water  .ai.'.'.v Creek, whi.-.li aoA'a iu a nor-  li.t';:i.;;i   ". l.r.M:-/ ���������   No -. <.-i-.il_ l)is-  ���������������������������''   .   :V'.. ��������� -  iii' -  IJ t>ii   \'.:y,  :ia.ir  f"  x-ic    Hit v,.-,.!���������-.--iii Ij. divei-  ������������������i     ���������'*!������ ._.! m   1. viiWaiy  a m!  , i.-  ..v'.ictd]  Unhv.y _Uf-po5_-  IN   THS- COUNTY, COU UT  , OF NAN-ABIO   HOLDEN  AT 0UM.BEULAND,  IN TH K Al AT,TE K 0 F Dan ioi  Jihifran deceusod, int"5latc, \yho  died at   Cvirnborh.nd, Ji, Cv on  june 25th 1913.  AND  IN THE MATTEU of the   '-Official Administrators Aot.,"  TAKE NOTICE tlmt by or.  dor of His Honor" Jiubni Burk-r,  mfido tho oih day of November,  1913, I was appoinU'd Administrator oftho Estate of tiio above-  mentioned deceased, and all parties having .claims against the  said estate tire hereby required to  furnish  same,   properly  verified,  ,:ue.i w K..iiwvy B5,ht oi  ,0 nie on or'before the 13th of De-  ���������- W-.   i-.^'-'d ������n   tho|comber.  1918.    AND  all parties  ��������� J.-'.'i .-'������������������.:���������    r Aih^i, 1:)n-'j indebted to said   estate,   are   re-  .   ,. "~^l cTrnToTi-txrrjnv-t-he���������amwii.t-oi-tiieii'.  ��������� -. . ; -hi v;.-.!;i M>a spkl S indebtedness to me .ortliwith.  * Datt;;l ilu? llth i}ay uf Noyem-  % ������1 ,_  Na    ^   1.1  (���������'���������  i:;  'h;'   .'':-r;';oU<:i-  ..^.^ .  ltii'sivliiijiQ",  ���������   .-C-'Ji. i.  i>er.  ���������tni:>  -.i-iilA KOTICE  ������������������Ot /. L!.:'F,XCE TO TAKE AND  UliK WAi'lill'  V/, \V_,_)_Y WiM.\RD,  <AH:.������ial AdministTiitor,  ' Ja'v.'. I(.''���������''. is horvliy giv-ou that K-ijui-  -r.-'I i>; '..\ .-.isinvi l'.iiil',v\y "f Victoria,  }} U. will a^piy i'or * li.jr-.iiji'ti) ru'io and  *��������� -.a .li'll.O'H'!.r;ill'iii.-* o-'A-'A hours,'ol water  onl ot llnd'O  Off-oli, whicli Jlowa in a , ,  ���������ro.-tt.Hrly Airmen ihnuu'h Ncln,,.. bis-  ��������� V HB MATTC11 of the "Oificml  HsTKi'l  .'JOUSTV   i'GTJRT   OF  N AN AI M 0  1.01 > IJ E N. AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTER of Daniel 0'  i_orn';ll,also known- sa  Daniel .gjjjjsgj  John O'Coniiwll. tloceaeed, inte.-  late, who died at Oiipe Cemmur-  ell, Ruuoii District, on January  2., VAX'S.  iVAD  .Irint mul csujiliiifi i.itu liiiyne,, Syuiul nwir  Tk'nbiu K'Vi'r. ^Tlni v.Mt.T will lm divcfctil  'A lli)f>'-iii)'iirorWn IrmJl Rtiiwiiy uivl Will lio  'used inr ir-'iiiTiil Unilway jiurpotou on the  l.inj (ltiscrilji'il aa i, iU'.iy niiht of w.iyThia  Hotio'Mi'NB JjOaUA oii J'ij (jronml <-ui tho  Jir.a'f.l.y <-������ Aviil. J.ilH-   Thi> ��������� ni)pli.������t.i,iu  "wiil 'll!   hi' ll    111    tin)   llllil!'    Hi    till)    W.lIlT  UoiiW'liT, Viuloria, H.j.l.   0 ji'otionn miiy  lm liUil vjik I'm .vi'il W.lnr lli'ODnlrr or  '.with ih j ('pni|,triilh'f <���������(  Wilder Hij.;hti,  I'.ii'lifWi.nt IJ.ii!ilitji{'. Victi.iii, li, (.5.  V, SQfl i M'��������� i <jP >'v N \ dA I Ml), l\ A11 AV A Y  A;if'liciiit  H. I'I.     KA^SLKY  Agnnt  w. *v  nir.L  i; i  'It / .' r"*'-".  W XX  \-A'  mv  IN  TIIK  CHIINTY  COUII-T OK  "      NANAIMO 1IOI.DKS AT  ClMbT.ULANO  fN   TIIK    .MAll'KI.  t)V   Jnhii  Sniith ab.'i kiifiiTii a-i John 1'mytli  dci:. i������C'd, in1', mi I.',   k'in> diutl nl  ''    Kiy. i-Uul.'M .inly o. VM'i.  A NI i  IN Ti-Ti-: M.'-'JTi.li  A ���������..���������^���������nr/fiil  ;V.lj'di,i,!,|"'*l"f'4 A'l'*  TAKK X.OTiOfC thai, by   orihr oi  HU lluiiuf .!tid.v>  llurloT,   irinilt'  ll.ft.*/.l. dr.iyi>������   N'tvcinbur,  IU1'.. ��������� i  J ���������t-t>; -inM'iinif.'l    A'trniniKtfivlor������ L '  ;..' 'hv \i\A\o d   An'  u>i(ivivint'ii-|������-'  ii,ui/������l'ihw.'������^'-tl|.���������'>"1 <>H  pur'."- '"''  Iniviiitt ei.iiin.i  ;ii������iii-t  ih*< s-ai-1  wiRtvarii tii'n^y ii'ipkind !n fur  m.'.������ ������a...< , i'.'-j���������'y   '���������������������������M'in.i   to  1 mft on or Vwji>rn t.ho. lli h ilay of  Wee-amber, V,m.   ANU all par-  %m in������la������l������Uili io Hiid p_ti.t������\ are  ir������it������lKt.tt������ii|������(iy' lhe amount   of  iViK.rlo.Teb������it*ij���������"������������������' w inn forth-1if th������ u'it-.r r. < j  n.U������.     * jo>������������i.������.. i....y.  ikiH.) ihu mil is.y t>������ x-.v.iu. ^;l';,r u";":';!  ^7 a j ��������� f   \tntf;f    '       ������i  bgr, 1MB, 'VV.-.mi. v.f.  \\*. WjW������ W ri.i.-,iir������.       f i::-a)i:i;\iai ,  OUici.t.1 A.lmi' iftrntor, \  %\\mbt.\i u. li.'','        i  Admiui^triuoi'3 Ac:."  TAKENPTICK lhat by older of  Hia  Hoii^r  Judge  Uavk'jJ,  mnd ���������{  ihe 5ih day of  .Novnmlior,  ini;,. ll  v,'!ia  ajijiniiued   Adi'niniiln'.'.'H' '.'I:  ihe Eslii'o of the above njentc :���������>    '  deoeased, and  nil   parii      7;\,   . '.  cJaiuid a,(.;ain.t t!,f������   'j.nd   .'.'.���������.  hereby required  ti. Ii'v.'i' '  I'lvoiierly veriliuu, in p...i  fure ibo  l.,ih  dny   nr  llilrt." AN.> all par;;- ������������������ ���������' '  *aid putiite, ani n .titii*."  ii mount of  Ih'-.i."   ini'..    .;.  niu forilr.^iii..  D.iii-d thi- i ;'ii   ,  l.er, IUl.i  IM'i; ' ...  ,l-i. ���������' ,  'I'll" I. I  ,'  Ik- in, 'i ti ���������  tin: l.imi   ii.  Way.   I'I. if,  Krimii.l in t'  Th'. _,iv'irUV>'i  'P  0L1  had better  It's both  esome& Palatable  If not, yoa  TRY  fi DHRUOHT at"MJ.oe Walker's"  f_em England Hotel, and in Bottles at all the Hotels  A Most Healthy .Beveridge "aM^romd"e~  from the PUREST   of Malt and Hops  _S_____________J_&i___________S_____'  ���������������   ��������� mmtm -in iwiun^ '"l.".,1_'T,"~". "T   .       ;������������������"   Mi"w������-������i"iW|iaii���������i   >    i     > ii      ���������   ������^ tmm^tfm^m  l  ^ ���������  .a  <^*'5^^r^fei?f^  r_SZ_&- i_a_MS_3_3_8_-_M-__;BI_gr^^  Anything you want  and whatever  wav v-.vj want it. Below are a  few of tilings we print  Give us a Trial Order and see  :dl YOU will bc pleased  A.'    t;  >. a, it tt      ������n_  !(���������'  1  ������  ,* 4* *        **. "  ���������'���������.. Ji'.',,',., ,   1  J������l)iH,Kl!a.  P'.^l"'.l!.S  .SHIPPING TAGS  VlSlTlM-t t.."\ui/i>  j IU'SlNI-:r!i:> I'AI.DS  i   WKHlUNCi STATIONKliV  4    t   .   "it    't   J   1 ^ ������ ��������������� '      *      I.    v.   - -...  J'TC., KTO.,  KTC.I!  ...������ ���������������������������������������iwj������aa������aini������i_'ia������iiii ���������n������������i  ^  I    I  'I  _��������� __���������__  __*,--__J_____i   I   ��������� __i__j...__..   -,_. _���������������������������_.    ___..T_J--_.r__J.<|L  ^:rlaisd news ���������/  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  (V  v  CENSUS IS TAKEN BF  IL  RAILWAY   FIRE    PROTECTION  CHARACTER ANC  HABITS OF LIFE  '.,   IN  THE   NORTHERN   WILDS1  OF'CANADA  Some Interesting Facts Are Gleaned  From the Census Bulletin Relative  to Canada'!* Farthest North Population���������How Eskimo Hunters Are  Cheated.  Companies Now Energetic in Protective Measures���������Settlers' Slash Responsible for Many Fires  According to tho fire Inspection department of tho board of railway commissioners, the railways throughout  tho country are doi_g very much better this year in the matter of ilre  protection than they havo ever done  before. There has been closer com,  pliance with tbe lequiremems of tho  beard, and a far greater degree of c ���������  operation botween the varlcus  agencies interested in fire preveation.  Id particular, the railways are co  operating with the fire protective or  _J^_S_. ttS?_J .������������ & "������*���������'  eov���������.    The .l���������_l���������  hundred "Eskimos iu Ungava. Ou the  east coast of Hudson Bay, and on the  west coast inft in the Churchill district tho total population Is given as  1,588, of whom 1,360 are Eskimos, 180  Indians, 27 hai:-breeds and 22 whites.  Some interesting information is  given at. to tho character, and haDlts  of lifo of tho'Dominion's population  iu tho northern wilds. Speaking or.  the Eskimos on the east coast of Hudson Bay, Rev. R. J. Renison, Archdeacon of Moouonee, who took tno  census, says' ,  "Of six hundrc.l Eskimos thought  to be living i.n the east coast of  Hudson 8ay, 54- names were obtained Tho names, are stated to be  thoroughly:��������� reliable, but the ages  would be pure guess work.  "In calling most of them pagans  U must bo remembered that they are  bo in name only, since all of thom  have their' religious books, and practically everyone of the age of ten  can read them. Heathen practices  nre a thing of the past.' Tni majority of the people live in tho most  squalid conditions, and are destitute  of proper clothing through the laii^  ure of the deer, which long ago were  numerous'along the east -.'Jst of  Hudson Bay." _       ���������     "  The report of Mr. Courtlandt  Starnes, commissioner of customs at  Fort Churchill, and local superintend  ent 'of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, covered the western shore  of Hudson Bay from Fort Churchill  to the- northern extremity of Melville peninsula. Mr. Stearnes' divided  the work into three parts, and appointed an enumerator for each.  Some of the work was done on trails  covered heavily with snow," and "With  the temperature never above 40 degrees below a -ro.  Sergt. Hayter reported . - that die,  people in his district had no idea  whatever of their age, and they kn^w  nothing of our divisions of time. They  are sometimes polymngists, some-  ' times polyandrists They aro fond  of children, but change them,about,  adopting some or giving their own  away, according to convenience, so  that it was hard to reckon by families.      . ,  M. Fabien Vanasse, historiographer, of the.Canadian government steamship Arctic, under Captain Bernier,  was appointed to t-.kej.he census of  Baffin Island, and took in addition lhe  census 7)f~TrilkcneirroT"Por.-Bur>vellr  on the south side of Hudson Straits.  His report contains the following n-  teresting remarks as to conditions  amongst the Eskimos.  "The'vearlv value of the hunt for  each Eskimo "hunter is placed at $800  or $1,000 on the premises. If this forsaken one ci civilivatlon were living  in the- proximity of our 'competitive  markets, iZ he knew the value of the  products of the hunt, if he was more  concerned .bout the future, ho might  live in modest comfort, in spite of all  the Inconveniences .ho has to suffer  from tho inhospitable .climate where  God has placed h'm. But, iinf.r-  innately, the EsKimo has no Idea of  the economic vaiues he holds ln hts  hands after his 'laughter of ten or  twonty polar bears, his capture of  25 or 30 and sometimes 100 foxes, of  eight to ten wolves, of hundreds of  large salmon, each weighing ten,  ��������� twenty or thirty pounds, and which  lie. throws to tho dogs. Besides this,  he ih obviously cheated each your by  the shimmers of the sea, who .visit  him '.o collect hie furB. At tho trading centres he exchanges for a few  pounds of IMscuit'i cr tobacco, ,a 'Hew  iiuur^s of molasses, pipes,, matches  and somo yards of showy cotton  goods, his silky furs of tho greatosl  economic value. Generally spunking,  tlio Eskimo does not attain a vory ad-  van 'u 1 ngo. Somo hnvo beon met,  however, aged from 60 to 65 years.  Tin' avcr.'EO length of life of this  littlo people Ib from 3& to 40 yenrs.  Pensions for Widows  A swooping pension system for widows loft with the support ot children  was thn rnoommondntlon brought In  hy tho commission of Inquiry appointed last wlntor In New York,  Tho report of the commlttoo point'  cd out the incstlmiihlo service to tho  stnto porfonii.il by widows wlio keep  their families intact find bring thom  up l������ law-abiding discipline. Mothers  forced to work cannot do this, nnd  ns n result Now York nlono In supporting fi.OOO necoHsarily neglected  children.  It Is Hiild that whilo onormctiH  sums from prlvr.to and public char-  itlofi liavo tolled to touch ovon tho  fringe of the problem of tlio working widow nn lt a*, prosont Btands,  but $500,000 would bo needed to en-  nblo poor, but worthy, widows lo llvo  hi comfort In tholr own homos,  has also been greatly improved by  Ihe increase, in number and "strength,  of lumbermen's cooperative fire' protective associations, of wliich thoro  are now two In the province of  Quebec, protecting . a. total of nearly 1-1,000,000 acres.  In tho past, railways have always  been regarded aa one of tho principal causes of forest fire destruction.  This^ situation ic now being rapidly  changed, due to the increasing caro  given this matter, under the requirements of the railway commission.  The fire hazard" is being reduced by  tho expenditure of large sums by railway companies in disposing of inflammable debris on rights of way. Great  care Is taken to keep the spark arresters on locomotives in good ordor.  Through tho more dangerous sections, special lire patrols aro mein-  tained, and everywhere railway employees have received-special instructions regarding the reporting and extinguishing of fires in the vicinity of  the track,  Reports received,, by tho chief fire  inspector of th- board indicate that,  to a very much "greater, extent than  in previous year,, the fires in the vicinity of the railways have been adequately handled by the railway employees and that most of the serious  rires reported r.s occurring in May originated at a _istai.ee from the railways, frequently as a result of setters' slash- turning operations.���������C. L.  in Conservation.  SHOALS    OF    HERRING    WASTED  Neglected Opportunities- in' Pacific  Coast Fisheries���������Openings in  Canning Industry  Notwithstanding the fact that the  fisheries business has made rapid  progress in British^, Columbia in recent years, and now constitutes one  of the most important branches of industry in the province, there are still  excellent opportunities for building  tip a profiiab.e trade in canning certain kinds of f.sh. It is the opinion  of those who are familiar with conditions that scarcely a beginning has  been made in commercially exploiting the many varieties of fish which  abound in these waters. Vast shoals  of herring run for months every year  in the hundreds of bays and inlets  along the thousand miles of British  Columbia's sheltered seacoast. They  teem in shoals* in Nanaimo, Pender  and Prince Rupert harbors, Quatsin.  Sound, and man/ othor harbors and  bays, from the Fraser river to tho  Alaskan boundary. Every year thousands of tons of herring are swept  In "by the tides to bo left stranded  and dying on th< shores of a hundred  bays.> This Is a great waste cf material,; and oppottunity which does not  seem to havo been taken Into account  by those who are interested in the  fisheries industry.  . Tho Interest.in the British Columbia fishing :i.dustry has so far been  centred almost, ^entirely in salmon  packing, and there is no lack of capital and enterprise in that particular  branch, wliich has been exploited to  the neglect cf other important features of tho business. The season of  the salmon rut is short, and the canneries are closed down during most of  the year,, while herring can'bo taken  all the ear round along tho entire  coast, although the heavy run is during the wir.ter months. This would  enable the factories to continue operations throughout-the year and would  obviate, to a !ar"ge extent, the difficulty of securing a sufficient number of  hands to handle the business during  the high season in the salmon-canning  industry.  TO  L  WILL   BE   STARTED   AS  -G.T.P.   AND   C.N.Ri  COMPLETED  SOON  ARE  AS  FEARLESS   WOMEN   DIVERS  Will   Open. Up  a  Vast Territory   in  Northern    British     Columbia   and  Southern  Yukon���������From  Vancouver  to Behring Sea by Rail.  Railway    communication    between j  Northern British Columbia, the,Yukon and Alaska will inevitably follow  the completion of the Cauadian Northern Pacific iuul the operations of the  Grand Trunk Pacific railways, in the  opinion of Dr. Alfred Thompson. m;P.  for tho Yukon, who was interviewed  iu Vancouver recently.  "Tho next great railway to bo  constructed in Canada," he predicts  "will bo from a point on the Grand  How the Shellfish Hunters of Japan  Work in Icy Waters  Tho womei shellfish divers of  Tcba, Japan, perform the work that  men elsewhere feel caljed upon to  ue. In fact, travellers claim that the  women of Toba do nearly all the  manual labor, the men being sh ft-  less. Of the shellfishers in particular writes W. D. Cameron in , "The  Far East."  "Our sampan pushed off and was  headed for ? small island in the bay  off which ��������� w.".s a boat containing in  addition to ths boatmen two women.  They were dressed in a costume .representing an upper and lower garment, and a3 wo approached they  jumped Into tho sea and.swam toward us. I may "mention the'afternoon was bitterly cold, with a raw  north , wind blowing, necessitating  our, party turning up heavy overccat  cellars and drawing up rugs��������� ' After  a few preliminary .strokes the two  women turned turtle,    as    it   were,  IMMIGRATION   ACT   REVISION  Reducing Strength of Permanent Units  .The present strength of,.,two, units  of .the permanent force, tlie engineer  corps and army service corj>s,4_(to be  reduced Dy, the minister of -militia.  The numbers cf bcth units as at present constituted are considered too  great and "Colonel Sam Hughes1 'Intends to reduce them to a workable  size. The Canadian army service-  corps is now one-third as great mini-,  erically as that for the whole'British army, in spite of the great disparity of tut Canadian and British  forces., ' *'  These units were constituted ' in  their present strength ten years ago.  The minister of militia has always  ccntended that' tlicy might with advantage be reduced and considers  the present;, good time to do so. This  does not mean.11 owever, that the officers and men whose  "dispensed-with- as���������far���������as���������ui-_.���������-w.-  units are con :erneu, * will be out of  positions,._h.ee according to military  law they must' b- given an opportunity to transfer to other corps.  The present strength of the army  service corps is'about 1.0 and'of the  engineering corps about 300. ''    ..  No Adequate Penalty For Those Who  Brought 'o Canada Unfortunate  Hindus  The Canadian Immigration,act is to  be revised at the next session of parliament. Passed several years ago  and conferrals upon the department  very extensive powers, it has been  found, in its practical application, de-  Wj������j.t in several points. The funda-  ;$$fiial theory is that a country  Wouui.Jiave the fight to determine  wtfat'if&yplp should come, as immi-  gftfnts^di, those who should be rejected. '%ln the'.case of the Hindus,  for ei&pj'p'le, thGfce is no adequate penalty foVUiiosfi wljo brought to Canada  these irtitprtiinaaie people. The owners of th-'-vesseV may be responsible  but they Iiv. over<in Japan and to get  them mavinvohn all kinds of bother  ,prv,.B, are and possiblo international complica-  struces  arc  Uons,    Another point a-ises,-also out  Trunk Pacific in British Columbia ami disappeared beneath the surface  through Uio northorn part of tho  province ami the Yukon to connect  with the system which Is to be built  by tho United States government in  Alaska. This will open up a vast territory in North British Columbia and  Southern Yukon and give railway  communication from Sydney, C.B., to  the boundary line of the Yukon on the  141st meridian, west, making It possiblo to tako a tr-.il-. in Vancouver and  ride to the bhores of tho Behring S������a  This will make an empire tributary to  the cities of British Columbia, and I  havo no doubt that the greatest  amount this trade will come to Vancouver.  "This is not a visionary project,"  Dr. Thompson added. "Hon. Frank-!  lin K." Lane, secretary .of" state at  Washington, hai signified his willingness to construct a branch of the  Alaskan system 'to the Yukon boundary, and Sir Richard McBride, is, I  understand, very willing to have his  government co-operate with the federal government in building tho British Columbia section. When the time  is ripe I believe I, can get-the Do-  I minion, government to build the  Yukon section. So that tho big railway project is not a remote possibility by any* ir cans."  > The gold production in the Yukon  this year was estimated by the member at $6,000,0001 The opinion was  expressed that the plans of the United States to spend $35,000,000 in  building 1,000 miles of railway in  Alaska would no loubt give a big impetus to trade- in tho Yukon territory  as well.        ��������� ���������  Y  ARE STILL AVAILABLE  PLENTY OF FREE LAND CAN BE  SECURED 'IN THE THREE  PRAIRIE PROVINCES  of tho water.  "It being cjear, we could see them  swimming down into the depths until they completely disappeared, the  water at that spot being al least  twenty-live feet deep. They stayed  down for a period covering anything  from one and' a half to three and a  half minutes reappearing bearing in  their, hands live shellfish, seaweed,  etc., taken from tho bottom. This  spoil they dropped into our beat,  resting a tew moments by hanging  onto its side, repeating the perform-  i.nce again and again.  "The most impressive and I may  almost say awe inspiring feature of  the whole performance was ��������� the remarkable sounds those women gave  vent to while preparing to go und������-r.  The noises were like noth'ng.-more,  than moans starting at first softly  and gradually increasing both in  volume and sc_le until they reached a stage resembling tho cries of  a soul in torment. Between these  sounds were emiited shrill whistles  all this extraordinary performance  being apparently a preparation of  tbe respiratory organs for the .ong  spell under water.   ,  "After repeated dives tho women  were picked up by tlieir boat and  rowed to the neighboring island,  where presently we saw the smoke  of a large fne, from which no doubt  the 'mermaids' obtained a considerable degree f>f comfort after their  prolonged immersionn in the icy  water."  PULPWOOD   CONSUMPTION  Color No Guide to Foxes  An interesting incinent' mentioned  by the explorer Low in one of his <e-  ports is to the effect that on the  Moose river, Un Ungava, In 1887, he  found a fox litter containing sovsn  h'ts, of which two were rod, three  wero ,crbss, and the remaining two,,  black and silver,-- thus showing that'  the color of foxes no moro constitutes varieties than does the difference of color In a. litter of kittens ot  the domestic cat  Northern Ungava produces tho Interesting white or Arctic fox, which  exists in no other part of the provinco  of Quebec, in fact It has boon rarely taken south of Lake Mlchlkamau  or Nlchicun, excepting along tho const  l'no of Hudson Bay, where specimens  havo be.n soon nearly as far south  as James Bay. The blue fox At much  less abundant than the white, with  which it is often found.  Single furs from come of theso animals havo produced over $2,000 each,  and cholco llvo foxes of Ung.iva quality lire easily "worth from $5,000 to  $10,000 each,  of the fact t���������_t~tlie ship ownersjffa'in-  tain that they merely hired the "ship  to Gurdit Singh and his people aiid  were not responsible for inaugurating  the excursio:. C  It is proposed to amend the law s������������  that in addilion to the penalties upca.  the owners' it will be categorical,  provided that the ship itself shall ibe  sold. There are ������ 'number of other  points in rega:d to which the law is  to be stiffened.  DISPLAYING WHALE BONES  Lady Survivor of Lucknow  Tho (lentil in announced at Edinburgh In hor 85th yenr, of Mrs, Rltea-  both Andoraon, who was one of Iho  few remaining lndy survivors of tho  bIoro of Lucknow. At tho timo of tho  8'.f"Te, Mr" Art'|f>ri>on'fi b������������hnrd fir  Thomas Anderson, was a medical of-  llcor in India, and was stationed at  Delhi. Mrs. Anderson was on a visit  to Lucknow when tho mutiny broko  rut nnd sho remained in tho bolotig-  tiered city for nlno months, and sho  lined in recall that nhn was presont  in tho lallshana, or oollar, io winch  Kuropoans went to escape the heat,  immediately underneath tho room to  which sir Ilonry Lawrence was tnkon  when tho dlntlngulslmd gonorfifl died.  Elictrlc snow  A wlcni actoutn of his oxporlonco.  on tho vast, unknown Antarctic continent durltip. his expedition' of 1911-  IS was glvon ihe other day by 'Dr.  Mawson to tho FoIIcwb of the Royal  Geographical Society. He described  the landing of the base party on  Arolio Lnnd, immediately south of  Australia. This stretch of torrltory  proved to hi the windiest on our'.h.  Stones woro whirled In the ulr;  anything not buried ln the snow was  tarn down by tho tempest. Fortun.  ntoly tho hut. in which thoy lived  was drifted ovor to such an oxtont  thnt only a iroall portion of Its roof  showed iihovu tho surfneo.  Tlio drlfil-g hiiow became chargod  with eloctrlrlty, und nt night all  pointed objocts and often tlio clotliOH,  nono and llngor-tlpH glowed with a  palo bluo electric dinrtiurge.  A SILENT WORLD  Cold Storage Ego*  Canada   Imported   U.OO'.i.OOO dozon  fggs In one yci.r.   Of tho total Import* HilUfah Columbia took Ave und  a half million dozen.  predlots a Great Future for the Uoe  of Rubber i.i Street Paving and  Public Buildings  Sir ITonry Ulalto drow a picture of  a coming silent world In presiding at  thr, riiblirar i'nmTf������f������s nt  tlio Agricultural Hall, Islington  liU lOUrviili IXtltiiiittiti)' tO  t.'iO 6__.ii'-  tutlon of rubber for wood ln street  paving und also anticipated rubber  flooring for churches and public and  prlvato buildings on such a acalo an  would absorb alt tho rubber which  oould bo jirouucoa emmr toy riHuu.  cr art.  Tlio world's production of rubber  In 191. wns 108,440 tons, as against  .5,400 tons In 1908.  Dominion  Fisheries Are Preparing a  Skeleton  of  Animal  Forty-five  -'   Feet  Long  In a v'arl at the corner of Queen  nnd O'Connor streets In Ottawa there  i_ tho most remarkable looking wash  hanging out on a clothes-line tha*  the capital ever Raw, it consists ot  the hones of a whale. Noarby a.'e  tho huge fins cnlled by whalers, the  front feet ot the cea moiiRtor, and  the big vertebrae bones aro strung  together on nn, iron .wator pipe.  The vard adjoins the building of tho  Uominfon 'Isherlcs exhibit, tlio whale  Intelv disported Itself in tho waters of  the North Atlantc. It wns forty-five  feet long, which will be tho measurement of tho skeleton when it Is put  together and mounted. Tho work will  take all summer.  ii -  NO'  STANDARD   RAILWAY   FENCE  Dominion Commission Decide Not to  Recommend    Any���������Differences  Existing at Present  That It would bo Inadvlfinblo for  the Dominloi. railway commission to  proscribe nr-y etandard fenco for tho  rallwavB Is tho recommendation issued by A. r Cartwrlght, nndoi tho  order of the commissioners.  The engineering department of tho  board had drawn attention to th.  fact that the different railway companies use different foiices. For ox-  ample, tho (!r.ind Trunk I'ncltlc use*  a flvo-wlre i'ence with a board on top;  the Grand Trunk railway lines a ten-  wlro fenco; the Canadian Pacific iiboh  a five-wire fenco to slop horsoH and  cattle only, imd a sevnn-wlro fence on  smooth or level ground, with the bottom wire nix ttmJheB from the ground,  while the Canadian Northern uses a  seven-wire fenco.  IN8ECT8 COST $50,000,000  This It Estimated Loss to Canadian  Crops Annually  Canada Ior.b at louut fifty million  dollars a year through damage U>  crops alone from insect poms, accord-  .. ,. *c ������ ..Mtni-wt tn Mm Arrleiilturnl  .OnVntto, published by tho department  ot agriculture, tho protca'.il.������i ot hi-  Bect-kllHiig birds Is stronfily urged.  Investigate, har, shown tlmt Insects  form 6H per rem. ot tho total yearly  food of woodpeckers, 90 por cont. of  thnt nf flv catchers, and 9B per cent,  or tlie yonrJ." food ot wrens.  Another reason given for protecting  tho birds Is the fact lhat many of  them conBumu the seeds of weeds.  An    Increase    of Over Twenty-Eight  Per Cent, in-the Quantity of Pulpwood Use- by Canadian Mills  in 1913  The annual statistics on the pulp industry in Canada are-given in a bulletin to be issued shortly by' the forestry :brarich ot the interior department. A total_ of 48 firms operating  '60-p_15_nlllS~HT" Canada"-!-- 1913Tre~  ported the consumption of over a million cords of pulpwood. This is an increase of 28.1 per cent, over the fig-  *ce_ for 1912 and shows clearly the  ���������TrapldJy increasing importance of the  pulp 'aiid paper industry in  Canada.  Over.eight'hundred thousand tons  bf.-iiulp were manufactured, cf which  ''ground-wood or mechanical pulp  fortned^oyer, seventy per cent.  Quebec has always been the leading  province UMhis industry and in 1913  manufacture!! ovor half of the pulp  produced. I'lie industry in British  Columbia Js.rapidly growing, this pro  hiving  moved  up  from  last  third  vlnce  place  on  theMisfin  1911  to  place in 1913.   .     ',.  Spruce Is still Hho'most important  wood used in the industry although  balsam fir in theueast and hemlock in  British Columbia are being used in  gronter quantities each year as tho  supply of spruce" available for this  purposo becomes moro difficult to obtain. Ono of tho greatest, drains on  tho spruco bttppl/ Is caused by the  export of unmanufactured pulpwood  to tho Unitod StnteB.  During 1913 a total of 1,035,030  cords of unmanufactured pulpwood  were exported from Canada. This  wood might have heon manufactured  Into pulp In Canada and would havo  beon sufficient to supply GO mills of  tho avorago size o." thoso operating  in Canada at tho present timo.  Itdstrlctlvo \'>Rlslatlon in most of  tho Canndinn provinces has checked  this export ol. raw material and tho  proportion, of wood so exported Is decreasing onoh yenr although It still  represent!) almost half the total quantity of pulpwood produced.,,.  Welsh Coal Shippers  The success of American coal shippers in securing a large portion of the  trade of the Mediterranean and  strengthening '.heir ports is occasioning misgivings among the colliery and  ship owners of South Wales, who ior-  merly held a monopoly of this trade.  It has just.been announced at Cardiff  that the Americans have scured an  order for 100,000 tons oi coal from the  Italian state railways for delivery  during the next six months, making a'  -total-of���������SOOffOO-tons-for���������this���������yca.iv  Jtormerly the whole supply of these  railways was secured from Wales  The Egyptian state railways have also  bought Jiore extensively' from America this year, dive.'ting in this way  some $2,500,000 from South Wales.  American coal cargoes are also finding their wi.y to French and Spanish  ports with increasing frequency.  The.high price -of Welsh coal and  tho cheapening cf freight is heldnre-  sponsible for the change. American  coal can now bu delivered at foreign  ports at from 50 cents to a dollar a  ton cheaper than tho Welsh product.  Tho Welsh colliers aro working to  ,heir full capacity and aro fully  Vooked for this year's capacity, but it  is tho future which the owners fear,  for, tho Itallar and Egyptian ordors  could always bo depended upon,  wherens the orders now being filled  are irregular,  Over Twenty-Seven Million Acres, of  .One Hundred and Seventy-Four  Thousand nomeeteads Can _���������  Taken up in the Prairie West  In view of the fact that for sor_������  j cars the free homesteads of tho Canadian West Lave been taken uj ���������  annually by thousands, it may be a  surprise to know that there are still  in the time provinces oi Manito-O,  Saskatchewan and Albcrla, 171,70*  free grants for homestead entry, approximately 27,952,900 acres, apart  from that now hold as timber limits.  Whilo Manitoba was the first settled province, and it has generally  been understood thai littlo desirable  land was left, the new comers ot recent years have directed their attention largely to Saskatchewan and Alberta, with the result that vast areas  ln theso two provinces have been ob-  '.ained. It is a fact, however, that  there, are in Manitoba thousands oC  acres of good land still open., although  last year in the Call Point district  there was a big inllux of settlers.  A couiputii-ion of the freo grant  lands just made shows that thore rc-,;  mains in Manitoba more than 25,009  homesteads and many of thom of ths  very finest, lands in the Dominion,  and somo within 00 miles of Winnipeg.  Generally the homesteads remaining aro of the kind called tho poor  man's homestead Many of them  have been icfi because lhe settlers  were anxious for tho prairie lani.  where they could immediately com-.  iiience breaking and sowing. Th���������  homesteads now available for tha  most"; part have sufficient timb.r to  supply building material and fueL  They are well watered and adapted  for mixed farming, the kind of farming which is now receiving more a.-  tention every year.  Out ot the total of 174.700 horn.-  steads, 142,262 are - tributary to the  Canadian. Northern Railway. Roughly-  speaking thoy follow the main Iins  west of the railway about four townships in width and anything from-on*  mile to thirty miles from the railway. r v  The main line of "*he Canadian Northern west runs through a more heavily timbered countiy than the other  lines', and this i.. one of the ieasont  why there is such a large proportion  adjacent to Ihis rnp.d. Another rea-o*  why much of tnis.land has not bcea  taken'up'before'is that some of tiie  districts were left because of the  heavy timber  It is < itimated'that whon this bin*  is taken up bv the homesteaders'lh������.  27,925,9fi0 acres ' will bring the Dominion government in fees of G cent,  an acre or . total of $1,747,01.0. ami  estimating that ci'c.h     homestead wil  Canadians Like Sugar  The annual consumption   of sugar  In  Italy  Is only  id.-.vrn  pounds  per  head of tho papulation, Tho Canadian  Insects Destroy Crops  Injurious    Insecti Indict a yearly  loss  to crops,  forests,  etc., of (ha  nulled 3tatco amounting to JSOO.OOI,-'connumptlon H nearly 70 pounds per  One 01 the Last Three  Ooiioii.l de, Berry, oncof the three  survivors of tho battle of Chllllim  wnlln who Mvoh at Rochester, hns Just  celebrated his '.list birthday. Tho  othor survivors nro Drum-Major .John  Ilarvoy, who lives in Manchester and  is S2 years, and W. I). II. UnllUe, of  Wellington, New 'Zealand, who Is  nearly 90 and who wus subaltern under (.one.ral tU- Horry In India. The  battel of ('hllllanwiilla, which wan  (ought on January 13, 1819, was the  ongageinont which marked thu turn  ARCHDUKE PRIZED AMERICAN " IP  One of His Proudest Possessions  Was a Swiss 100-Franc Bank-  Note  One ot the proudest possessions of  tho murdered Archduke Francis Ferdinand was a Swiss banknote of cno  hundred franco received as a tip from  an American. Tho Archduke is an  accomplished Alpinist and chamois  hunter, and had a shooting lodge at  Blumbaclital tn the Tyroleso Alps,  whero he was accustomed to rough  lt. On several occasions ho waB mistaken for a guldo. Onco ho camo up-  bcrhood of ISernlna pass he camo upon a part/ of threo Amorlcans who  had lost their wuy, and conducted  them to a place whence they could  continue tholr Journey safely. Ono of  Uio party bunded the Archduke a  bnnknoto In return for tho troublo  taken. The Archduke accepted It and  hud tho noto framed,  "draw on'TinTavefagc a ~fami.y~oT~~nv_  people, tlio population of the west  will be 'iifreasei' by nearly a million.  Fifteen per cen . of the lands are  within 15 mile, of railway lines and  60   per  cent   within   30   miles.  PANAMA  WILL   INCREASE  TRADE  Trade,Commissioner Sees Great Prospects  opening  up  in This  Direct'on ,  E. S. Si1 Flood trade commissioner  for the Barbiirloes, ii, a report 10 tha  department of trad.i and common*,  states that tho opening of the Pas.-  <ima canal will ennblo shippers trf  lumber frori British Columbia to c.ia-  pete for part of the trade witli tlie  West Indies' interest, ho mos, haa  been expressed , by dealers in Mar-  badoes on the subject and inquiri!**  havo boen made as to tho charncteor-  istlcs of Douglas Ur and western pin.  or spruce, and as to tlieir suitability  for tho tropics, as compared with the  plno and spruco from Mustem Cr:r>  ada and the pitch r'ne now, linpo.'tmi  rrom tho Unitod Statos. To Nali���������l'r  theso inquiries a request has lu>(>.  mado to the trade department of British Columbia to furnish samples of  tho different varieties of lumber thnt  aro commercially Important and suitable for exportation. Those scmplrf  wlll ho shown to tho traders and afterward, sent to Trinidad, .Iniimlra,  British Guiana and the ii'irther.  Islands, in this way an opportunity  will nio afforded i'or a comparison  of British Columbia lumber with lint  now Imported his will assist ln prv  paring for an early Improvement ut  soon as intercourse Is cHlahliHlutf  through the 1 anal.  ngpohitin the second hlkl   wnr nnd ,,OI1.pi������-io.| ,1 1,200 mile  od to   ho iinnoxn.lion 0      In, great ,l(IflI������������������HHon hud rov  Punjab torrltory.   Tho 21th hoot, now ;���������.,'��������� )n ono ,nontn    Tju,  the South Wales llordorcn,  boro tho SSRS^Jiit. whiff on UiIh Jon  000.  b-ud.  brunt of tho fighting, taking tho  bayonet nnd capturing 20 gurs. flon-  eral do norry, HWe all tho members  of tho reglmont, showed extraordinary courngo and was montloned lu  despatches.  A Queer.Anomaly  rr-i    .      .   .,,.?!.,,.     ,1 ������. rsi,-, ������i 1���������     lr.      11. r,     OS,,,-.  ..*- I'i' "      ���������      '      ���������'. -*��������� ." *'-  boo, Inw which pevmlts a mnn to marry tho Hlstor ot his deceased wifo,  hut docs not allow a woman to marry  the brother of her dead husiiand was  oxcmpllilnd In a decision given thn  othor day In Montreal by Justice i)e-  vnf.rt   nf  tlin   nnriprlnr     ormrt      Mm  Joseph (ilroiix, neo Virginia Hrmllny,  sued her husband for separation.  During tho hearing of tho case lt developed that the defendant Is her second htiHliand and a brother of her  first. Tho judge ruled that alio could  not obtain ,t.cp,iration; that sho was  iml the legal svWV, of the i.i-fi inlniit,  and that hor marriage should be rnn-  rldfred null nnd void, .Klri������ .-oi.tniry  tu Uie civil aofto in Quebec,  Stone Worth Half Million  Tlin schooner linns Kgede, belonging to lho L'iiiiIkIi government, which  recently put into Lerwick harbor  from Greenland w'lth stores and passengers en route to Copenhagen, had'  on board the well-known Arctic ex-  ploror.  Knud  ItasmuHHen,  who    Iiiih   ch  sledge  erod '.ho  ox ploror  ourney, ho  came ncro.H a largo inotuor stone,  weighing 10,000 pounds, which ho  sr.ys, Is worth half a million sterling,  Tho stono is to bo taken to Copenhagen, and in tho meantime is tho  proporty of tho D.uilsli government.  In addition to tlio piiHuengorH, tlin  Hans Kgedo had on board four !���������>  .   a       . .    ,,   t 1.  I.H.HJ    ......    ....'a    ,-/.������_    ,..,,,..������.     ,,^/...(.*������.  Earl Grey Explained Scheme  Karl Grey, giving nvidenco   at lhe  Dominion's  ltoyal commission,    nald  nobody connected with the scheme of  erecting an Imperial building on tho  AlllWJ'i'.ll   hill"    frtil    r>aili.il,rt   Hit    Ul-lilj.  fit. Tho building was Intended mnro-  ly to display Dominion produce, not  as a market. Tbe coininlsHlon inei.tH  again hero in London in November  after visiting Canada.  Tree  "'lantlng In  France  Frnnro has    spent    S.1.r������,000.0nn  plfinMnir  treefi  on   the   wnlornhotlt  importjuit .un-urus.  GOVERNMENT   BUY8   CATTLF.  200 Head of Cattle Have Been Dl_t������f~  buted  In Saskatchewan  At a cost nf approximately $���������'.,!!&������  mora than 200 head of cut Ho hat*  been purchased by Suiilculirlmunii llvv  stuck branch hI-ico openltiK of the pn������>  onl season for distribution to tht  fanners of the pri/vlnco. ilegimv  LhiydiiiiiiHler, Duval, North Hull *-,-  ford anil l.uinsden are the pe|jit.<i 14  which cu.Di) brought It. from the ci,'<  have boon iruiiiahlpped for diMi'ibid'n.  to tho various purchasers, Tlm in*-  mats are pure bred mules uml hi���������!.  grade females.  The live stunk policy of the kovoi-������-  ment has contributed in a not 11 bio >j<v  gren to tlio advancement of tnlxej  farming in tfnska.rlinwan, From ny  portions of Iho province como iv|K.rl.#  thnt tho nu.riber of head of stock licit  by the fanno.-s has boon greatly io*  creased, llie. iluiu,.ti(l lor llm hUkI  iiAi'Ai'i] by J.J.' I'.ja/t <,.J ,���������,, hit  stock branch Ih likely to Ini'ii'ime, ^  lho number of head Incnmnns In ..������.������  province, as tho setllem aro brounlt  lo a fuller icult.atton of lho IriijHnw  unco or tlilu branch of tho J-j-uiini.'  Dutch Government Sends Invrriatloin  Tho Dutch government has , aunt  an invitation to th,? MitlonH which p:i..  tle.lpate in the second peace,' conW-  enr.e to appoint delegates to 11 r.n#-  Million to formulate, u definite uit-  gram for tho third conference, ll *  proj'fiseil Mint fli mnmilMi.p rw-  st ruble at The i I ague, on Juno i, liifc TfW. NKWS, CEPMBEHLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  j...-,, s.-\.-.,.v.���������*__; -Tj-.-.-.tr.-?"-.���������:' ,���������.- _ w������c*..v\.-������*rr_:--��������� ������v "  ������^.\aW    -   _-���������  ara*_^kinx_:_������ic5r*������A,Hv. v *     -C  I   I  5 ;  /*'  w   '5  ������.-____.*-  ���������"-������*-.-._._.-    .:-t.*v->       **.  Table Se ?���������.  Table ������-���������    ���������,   '  j'_:iy O.w,-;  Glass Ti'i'iiV;'  Gl:l������S  ? . t   f 5.'  See oin   .' '.  Wall'-  V"^ .-f  fl  v  ���������,*&  I - *  ���������ves : '. ,75c a Get  ..---.? $1.50 and $���������.0G  ii..i Uaps. 50o a dozen   50c a dozen  ::c: _i.T Shaker. Berry Sets   etc.   -lc  Furniture,   House Furnishings  Ranges,    ejlc. etc.  rrrU:  _ ii \       ,������    i  ���������������, A ���������f.f I '        '<  McPlu'i.' UiDfk,  j\^t  7 ji it is re Store  " ,. ;' i'T?>TWO'Nr     Cumberland  ani������Aa.fla/H������rJ' .-������  .-���������������.   IWM -a^.-_~I ������_ t*W������Wy������*_*l  ������K_rv���������r*.r. ������-)  ice-to.AH Sviyja-  Germany M;d  Austria-liuiu^rv  ���������   Xotiei* is hereby   i-iv^1.    A���������  .nil persons who aie   .-v.HeeU.   fA  -Germany ami Austria- !i i|iR;iry.  who reside or enter   I tie   Ci' y ot  ���������Cuir.bi'iland. are  ri-quii.'fUierc-  ' ' o  wish to   lire-sent   them^ves    to  -to the Chief of Police of '.he City  of Cuiiib.ilanu. IJ. C..   to   there  leave tlieir names,  a<hht'ss_s and  ���������descriptions and ' make   Mich re-  po:t and ������ive   such  oilier   hiiov  malum and ("-Tow such   (iirrcti-  i ns as hi:nil l.e   lecpiiied    or   di"  -ii'Cieii by lhe   Chief   of   Police.  All keeptrs of   boarding   houses  .and" ro'umiiu' houses   iu   the dry  ���������of (urhbeilaiid are   required    to  <iihiuil ilie names   of all persons  of Civrnian er    Austria-Hunj'ari  ji:i nationality domiciled on their  pi finises' to i he Chief   of   Poiice  of il:e City of Cumberland. 11. C  An.l    fur;ht'!'   lAm in-tii-e    thnt  "Tl'. V  i- in^TTTei^TTirrT^ilT^TrirtrinTjTttr^-  i !' tlm count ri i's aiW-aid wlm do  i i t comply v.'ith tin1 aiiovi- require  i.ii'ii:s fiji'ili'.vitii will 'ne proeeded  iii'nin^!.  Ci'.v Cou.stable McLc-llan    has  nc.iv.-d  ihe  .'"onus   which   are  mi be filled in bv   all    subjects of  (i.nnany ancl Av..-.t.ri.i- Hungary,  new' resi'din;;' iu P.iilisli   Coluui-  1'ii,    The Chief will   hn  m  the  1 1 olice ollii-e "ii  'Tuesday    after-  noun, and ail   interested   should  ��������� -t.ail ou him   a!    that 'time   and  jmke the i:r;*ei-s;uy declaration.    o-   :;<>T!ck.  Holy Trinity Chm-eli   of   Eng  illlld, Clillibei'lliIMl.  Si'i'vici'r- fi;i*������ Smiiliiy.   Oct. -1-th  .l7ili.i.iinil,"Y :ilter Trinity.  S|i'..'".itil  Iiiti'i,ei,s.--i'iii ,Si'i".'i������'i'.  Matins mul ri_i'ii;.i:i, at. 1.1 a. in,  Kvi'iiJi'iiK' and -'.'.'I'ir.uH   7 p  in,  Snii'inv .--fili'io! in   '���������'nii'cli   2.:50  p. in-  At. I'evMi, :>j)C''i:ii Service 'd p III  Wednesday,  O'-t.    1.    Kvoiiiiijj;  I'liiyi'i'nm! iSei'inon  nl S   o'clock.  It in .mnmstly hoped   lhat   tim  ,. -\\',fo> mi Sunday v. iii    ho    well  iittemluilt  Ciiiii-. A. doVnni WiiiM-.  Cli'i';:yiiliiii in Chnive of I'liri^li,  .. KANI) ItKOISTHV ACT  In Tin* Mutu'i' ��������� f nn Ap|..i������u  I.t a I'n^li flot'tilii'iiteol' Thin to  |.oi 1, UM< "I'V (,'iui.li..rhii.l,  f.iiiAi'Y.' A.  Nol ici' iw Iiernhy ^iv.'.n of miy in  ti'iition at tlio i-jijiinitioii'if oi e ivt]  i.mini' month from tlio |iii*t. publL  ^..ii, ,, i.i'Vi'nl' to \t*n.o n frci-'li Cer-  till,ul.! of Till.) in lion "f tin-1 Or-  liliiiiu of Title i.'-oiiutl   to  (i'M'^'  (lil'lllil'iUnll      UMll       Until       'VlH'*  l;iiMiui'"l-oii   on   vii"   ���������i'���������'",   '"V   "'  J.IIH-,    11*11,   mul   >-llllth'T"4   Ii'i  |\ whieli has heon loui.  IihIim.    at the   I/in-l   Ih'ei-try  i WA,-.,   Vietnriii, !'.i'itj-!i   C"1  ���������-  I'i.i,    his _-lil> diy  ef  S-'pi-iuii. r,  j. v. wotrn'-'N  S. S. 'Channel',' coiunujiU'i!i;;  .��������� ;..;;',-t ('. will m'riv.u at I'ii������on  "\ at'r������.o(l p. in. Weihn^day  i-i.-' Fiio'av, iuul wiil leave Cni.-n  :">-v, Tlmr.-ilay nini'iiin^ at. M,' and  .���������I'  rVid.'iy nt    12    ln'ulniolit.     Xo  ���������. I- ���������::���������'.in (.'o\\"iv,hiiii,& .������eliiV,iili������. .  (���������y v,; S9������������������������������������������������������������@������������������������������  T   MAROCCHI BROS .   "1  I    GROCFRS-'ft   BAKERS:!  f AND PROPRIETORS  OF , V  1       CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS     , \  Agents.for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ���������<   ft  A i.  ^     l������_r _^lk.l'aM-  -  -caJf  J  EnMWWinw  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVVAM_IN3  INSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  t*.*_������*aJ__R-5. ���������_aT_, w  for yonr Sumlas,  Sodii!*, Ice Cveain,  and    Ciiiifectiuiiory  L<TaUJ'L\ CR-JAUS," TOBACCOS  "Willie"  w?������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������:  METHODIST CHURCH  SERVICES.  Public "Worship���������Sunday, n  a  ni. and y p.. in.  Bible Suidy (S. School) 2 30  p. m.-.  Young People's Society.���������Mon"  day, 7.30 p. 111.  L.dies Aid���������Ehvt Tuesday of  T;v.TyTiTro"iTth7^r"7r3"o^j~rn^   _ a Dome o\  ' Jpitk your-meal  Notice the good effect on appetite and, digestion  PILSSNER BREWING GO., LTD.  ��������� Also distributors for U.H.C and   Ncwlif. Beers, Nanaimo  ipiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiiitiiiiiiiw  W-mm.^j  Cf  _ >  1-J  %  if]  %  %  *������  "f  "5*  'CED  FOR THESE HOT, DAYS  Children's liompers, "Wash ��������� BIoiifos   ������.. Suits  , Dresses,  C'ii-linici'H Coats,   ete.'  Ladies'  "Waists,    Niil'lit   (Jowns,   IJiidi'i's!<irts,  !_  'ii  Coinbiii'Uioiis,     Corsut.     Cnvi-  llonsn'  Presses,  etc  rs,      Aortitis,  MEN'S SILLv Sill UTS,  TIES,   -.FINE   H.N DKinVE.Mi  THE "IDEAL" STORE , ^ * T..rboii-  H  ���������st  3  iKK������_-r-������riT!w$sa^:__-!_������ii-g  eaiAijm^'r^������ii^fi^^.'-'.*vaigm:sa  riotic Concert  in !io-!Io Theatre  The Patriotic Concert held in the  Theatre   on Friday evening   last,  wns one of the best and   most   enjoyable entertainments ever given  in tbis  city.    The   audience   was  large and appreciative.   Tho Glee-  men were fine; the Sympliony   Orchestra grand; tho vocal   and   in-  Htrumental selections finely rendered, and the dancing of little  Misu  Kushford  ^much   appreciated;   to  much so, that she wns presented by  tho   audience   with   $33.85.   The  tableaux    were     presented    with  marked effect.    A largely attended  dunce was held in  tho hull  after  the entertainment.   The total   ru*'  ccip'H of concert uml datico   woro  nbout  $180.00.    Special     thanks  aro due Mr. tind Mrs. F Dalles for  their very groat kindness and  attention at tho dunce,  iiIko for their  donation, of ton, coffeo Ptc.   Tho  concert committee aro to be congratulated upon tho uplondi!  success wliieh bas crowned their efforts.  X ^umlTc^la^cTlo^^iioiriTay..".. .7". iT7_oc7Tor iWaTmlnWs =-f  %   Cumberland to Fannv Hay  20c. for two minutes j,  %   Fanny Hay to 'Cumberland 20c. for two minutes ������  %   Fanny Hay to'Taylors _.���������, 1.5c. for two minutes ������  J   Fanny Hay to Union Hay roc. for two minu.es j  %    Union Hay to Courtenay 20c fo,r two miuntes    ������  ������   Union Hny to Cumberland ioc. lor two minute  ?   Union Bay to Fannv Iiav : ioc. for two minute  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii]iiii:iiiii!iiiii!iu!;ii:i!ii!i:!i!i!!iii!i!!!!:ii!!ii:i:ii!:ii!;ii"::^  ^UIIIIIillillllillHlillllllllll'illllllllllillliiniillilliilllllllillllllllllllllllllililUllillill!!^  _?' _  3  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000.  R.-or,v_ !J13 OCO.O  _������MlrtUr,.VKUVfJOT._K_a  ctaw.i '.aivrJi:������W3riryaw'Uj  i  *1*  I'M  Also   special- nijjht   raites  Hetwcen 7 p. in. and 8 a. 111.  lo all points in British Columbia,'  ::  Three Times lhe Regular Day Period for the Regular Day Rate.  _CiP Make Appointments Any Time During the Day  wwfti,ww^iJf_i������i������ii  Vl' .  I %���������. Telephone Co. Ltd J  !ja' T  tjarj,^4������j-������.i������jaaja.H-'IwH"W,rH,'J"lvl"t'^ IH^M"-,i'r_,'J",Mvl,'fr,l,,l,i,,t,'M^'t,l''-1  ...  t  ���������r  i'  j   The Royal Bank of Canada.   J  I DIIAFTS   IS..UED   IN   ANY    CUIUtl.NCY.   HAYABI.K   ALL |,  1 OVKIl   THK    WOIU.I). J  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVlNtiS A (.COUNTS it internal |  1 at highest Current Rules riliov jd .11 !/e; osits of ir'l nnd upwards. I  I   CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Brunch, Opon l'������U/      D. M. Morrison, Mgr.  |  1 UNION FAY, B.C. Branch, Cyen Iniy.      Y. Bofcworlh, Wgr, |  I  COURTEUAY,   B, 0 , Branch, Open Diulv R. K. Hardwick,  Mgr  %n\ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuiiiiiii ; 1 n u n 1 _=_=__^_-__:_^____-____r___= 1111111 m 11111 ^ u m 111 s u 11 m m 11 m 1111 h 1111 n n 1 u n 1: i 11 n in m n: t. i^^^"  JS  *i<m*mm .w -<i ir��������� rrnmw  :\t.   B0JN.0HA:  ���������Ti"_tirfnt   _ii n _iii|  Manufacturer of MINERAL W AT13R  P. 0. BOX 408  THONE 20.,.,  CUMBERLAND  Kdimr Kcwp,  Sir: -Tliothanhf- of the City U  dr.o to tlie J^icoiirtn C'oiiiiiii^ioiiers  fur tins jiirjniry they hehl lat-t wi.-ck  altln'iirdi tbe evidence i'.\oiiciMli'������l  thu j r iprmlofi, it pnivi-ij 1 hut, the  Coiiiinitisioiiei'rt ari' alive lo iheir  iliitii/ii nud ili'teriniiiiMl to carry  them oi't Ptrictly mi'l fnlrlj , It hn.-  bi'cii lon^ the talk Of the towiitliut  liquor cun he hnd nftcr hours mid  011 Sundays; the police v.'ticii >q o  ken to ow'u that it. i-5 ho, hul niukc  thn    i'.M'Mm*   that it   i>>   hard    to  .    t   !t   >,.,i ' i,,i<.,,i> |.',<*i|.|.        f f  l!,i lb' ;.;<i- "������������������ont'v" ("mtitMif to  iiivunlij^ale all kii.������|)m:!<<ii- cn-f- and  i,n proof uf the l'iw bf'ino l>n������J:..  im, cinieel   the' lieeiiM',    it    will  lop-,,  thu    'M('i"H,il'V    I'th'Ct.     Tin-  Mayor   0*'    Vaneoover    f-nji^ei-t-  /lo.^iiio bars at 'J p.m.:   thi*    h  itoiiu in Ali'L'i'tu with the l������..-t re  .-nits, and even the hotel men mu  now pluK-'uil with it���������why not   11  i inniil 1 .rill'. ',     Iii' 0.. a I.t* v., y  md     '.\i;l  arrive,   ai.d  \> ill  KM    ���������*  ��������� u  \.i\  '.a preveal'  llif.-e    i������v.v  ��������� '���������.'   Mr'.   Walker Buhl  Io.jK  place  [<i<j^'. nf (..���������''..'' o   li::" .|t, every "aloon,  ] "\todijiutiou."  Place Your Fire Insurance with  The National Benefit Life &  Property Assurance Co.,  ���������of London, England���������  "Prompt Settlements" Our Motto.  l���������r,,,n,,v u.|,   -.'ifi'. li* V..... Wf.-tinti.niiar'i nfMi.itwl .lamiftry ICtlil  (:iii-f|iint fifivfiiri- miiii', idvflii .fnnmry lltli'  l-'obrniiry l.lii, Kirc in 0.1 nj 1 i-jr 1 hit���������! ��������� Fr������-1 Goo.l, aHuurcd, niljiiHtml l'oh. l^t'ij  Apt ii -ind. Kin* in N*tni'iH), ailjiuteij April Uoi; 0!ie<]<i������ tent April 20th  April 'J'Jth. l-'iru in Victoria, ixiajiiatod ������������'l Hottkil May 3rd  W. E Ramsay  Agent,       Cumberland, B. C.  r*Yif������������y&mm^^*X*f^WM9m m\������^&!������$r^^  S Thomson's   Boarding   House |  9i Iml  ,   lias Now Heen Opened Up and i������  ni'r.avivf'it   \tt  fi* nr������i vu briTr'ter1?  ������  Bond by the iJay," Week or   Month  l���������Ut-asonable Kates���������  I  in  $    TX7*ti    TVlA^CAtl       Dunomuir Avenue, Near Fourth   %  ������    W IH.   1 HOIIloOIi Btroot-Oumborland, B, 0. fi  ������  to  (!)  ri^<&y&i&^^

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