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 :-#���������  :&  id' .    -���������'  F"' *r  rr,'.       >. '.  ���������'/'  /���������;  ���������'[).���������  i'-i&t-py  fyfii--'-  * ���������:��������� eY< A '���������^���������<7.' .y/Y j"i y  -'       ^   .A.  ll  \' a  Tiiu News, Twentieth Ybak  c���������"^���������  Tho concert,held onTiiesij  .evening .��������� Cumberland Ha!l,  under lhe auspices of. the Citfi-  .->.������o   \/Ai    r '    ' ,-   "-  , SuiiscKiPTiok 11. oc-... _ -, -.s  T^e License Comiesioners  *������������etou Wednesday evening of  las| week,.to  consider the appli  -. ��������� -������a_ *f ������.-._. v.-wi--.  ens Voters Leaq-ue, whs  wpfl'if- la-       - ---..rr.*-  -"Hod.   Th.    p" f.n,a"U^ r^Tr' riq"M liCe"  i  ������.    iMivs. ii. t.   iMeeiuai,',   J.-  'vvcll carried but, and.heart.lv.a|>  predated. .      ,. v,   .  NOWISTHI^TIME  to forward |  yours remembrance to your friends.    *  ���������across  the sea.���������  Our stock will be, on'view presently,  . when a visit will enable 'you  to decide oh suitable crjfts  The Busy JW doll sale, in  the Cuinberlaiid Hall ' on Mon-  day afternoon, was well patronized. A very .tidy sum \vas:rc  alized. ; "A  ���������<v  9  9  io A  I A    - ���������������������������'������������������'���������A  i   '           .  >  v>:t";.eARPB  'Don't miss this -opportunity to get some  new Rugs,. %��������� beautiful selection of  I apestry .Carpet Ends, for a few, days  ��������� at"-75c* "each. . ."  MIUINERY' AT- 4. AY->D0)W^  -LEfSER-fcGG-h  The places of business appear  to be well prepared forl_ie.Xn.5s  trade. ..A f-ne /assortment 'of  foysand Christmas' gifts will bV  found in many of the stores."'";'"  ]t   is .about time that weYbSi  another    bunch   of .aldernianlc-  I candidates in the   field,    'Surely'.  ^VilHiini is not going  to   foisak.  us this time?    Pie  is'not-.as a  rule,  a   quitter;   he   being -cop  much of a Scotty for   tliHt^.'i.ii'H  some peoplo never appear liafp'if  unless they  are.'having a ficf^pf  they being  born  that  way;,'but  good warm hearts may  ���������bea..nn-:  der their shirt " fronts,, "just ''the'  ������������������___..- n-\t '" ��������� ~  Hood and  Fnu,kH���������.Watsoii, op.  posed the granting c-f tho renewal  of" Hie   fifth '   ]iceiiee|    ou   the  8rP"ds that it was illegal accord,  "'g.to^the population required by  'law.   Tlie    commissioners', did  not see their way clear as   to    a  decision in the matter,   and   ad  journed until friday ���������jght) whei.  the live  renewals were granted.  Lawyer Harrfcou   watched.the  proeee dings in the interest of V.  ^.onora,'the holder of.  the>. fifth  license,   -.he   one. in   question.  ���������    I3ononi was-promised a license  by last year's  commissioners under- certain    conditions,   which  were complied .with.   .-  ���������M4CFAF*S  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."'  3;  mtmm  t*iry>  aa*  if'-  fr  Mm %  meetings  I  Dunsnuiir Avenue,  ..LIMITED..  PiIOK]_:y������, CUMHURLAND.  i CAMPBELL'III VER,  . Mission boat, Columbia, left  f"i\; Vancouver, to have' ^iow boil-  vrs installed.. ' ">'  .  .   Uev.. Hepburn   is   stationed at  Qnatlieusl.i C������������v<\ ���������'"!;.':  Campbell's  logging  camp has  " 'hut ."own,    The uig   Siratlicoiia  ���������Park road c.ijup   hue   \)mn   glint  down, and all "other   cam j s   will  eluit .'own on bee,  lSth.  ��������� A Conservative Association has  I'W'ii formed Jiore, with   Mr.   C.  'Timlin, President,  and   Mr,   J.  &"dih, Vice-President.  a "���������    '        ������������������������������������ii -_.,  Tbe annual meeting nf tl,..  Onir.berland Conservative A.socl-  ������'������>������ ������-������is held ln.t -.week, when  tho following uflicors were.elee.led  fur'the en.iiinir year:,  "jWlont..;.". Z.'.w. W.   Wilhml  Vico Proeidoiit.. .J. JJ..McMill,m  Swc,,t),,l,r '*, II; Sloan  ri'efts"',u1, Thomas Bickle  Kxeculivo, IS. W. IJickie, T. J)  McLean, R. Kirkliam,  H'., _Ut'.  Menderijoii nnd T, E.IJate.  same,   The   council   would-have beeu horribly'.(1^^  had it not beeu i'or Wiliiam. ���������'"  . Vou cannot aj all times-judge  men by what they  appear Jo ��������� be:  ���������Messrs Chas Parnliam--and  John Gillespie ariiyed Viouicon  Sunday from .Victoria. ;'hPpi.  they- have' been " attehdi.ng ' a_  gatheringof the .Shriners.., "f.f  ,; "Mr. and'MrsAC." 11," Ta.icfl  arrived  home.-this wee'k    from  Victoria,  San TrimciRco.   Dot.   15.���������The  United Siaies  pvv.nimont   beg:-..:  this  momi.^    to    try   to   p.yVu  tonjin-v   in   the   United    States  Jistnct coiut  that   tho   executive  officers .and   several- employees,  eight'in all���������of the Western Fuel Company had, by a complicated system, robbed   lhe   govern-  ment of many thousands of dollars.-  The' frauds,., according'  to  -.t.he statement of. special   counsel  for the government to   the jury  were perpetrated by a'"system of  short ; weighing,    The Western  ^li-ouipa-ny-operates^-teiir  ���������siye. collieries at'Naiiaimo,-!.. c-s  /'"���������   -'   a-   ., ."'���������.'���������*"       - ** .-  ���������  ^^���������API^>y;A-LLiSY������y -'NOTES;'  ���������WE QUOTE.-  Brook field Kgys.' per dozen .".   Local Eggs, per dozen    ;'"  Springbauk and Mayflower But ter'per lb!  Comox Creamery Butter per lb. t.......  Spanish Grapes per lb.' ....  Japanese oranges per box  Ci ; . * ,     ���������  ��������� a   -ranberries per lb-....i......, y   '  .Pure.Barbados Molassas in tins...'."'"  Puie Maple Syrup in gallon tins.;,!.'.";  lure Honey Combs'.  Pure Honey Jars...  ******  5Sc  ���������   65c  40c  :45c  25c  50c  *   15������-  2Cr.  2  00  25C"  30c  -���������������-  f  ������IIITHS.  AtOunibei'limd,on Wedncs.lay,  Dec. 10th; to Mr. nud Airs. AV.'  ���������Miiralinll, of Union IW. (l tluiio-J,!  tor. ������  AtCiiinborluiid, oil JThiirsilny,  Docllih, to Mr. und Mr., h,,^,  JWcKemdo, ofConi'tomiy, a dum/h-  ter. n  At Ciiinboi'laiul, on Kridny,  Dceoinhor 12th, tu Mr, aud Mrs]  J. 'JI. McxMillnu, 11 son.  iJOLYTiu7rr7oiT[ri^H>  The service, on Chri.tmas dny,  will l������e, Hu\y Communion al. I) ,.,  in., MutinH ami Holy Cm,,,,,,,,!.  011 ������" 11 n. in. Special music  will ho 1.mlt-rod by   the choir, j���������.  There are but 11 fuw moro days  loft for Miss Iiaymiin to g(>t ],;������������������  w������rlv in, on the" priy.o cympoti-  tiou.    Hand   in   y0l,r   bl,bdorJp-  tions at once, and'fw  "Aunty" ������ot. tho ^5000  good, whon  Ill'I/.a,  cliiJing tho aniliem, .������St������r of  F������ith;"s������,lo, "Slooji Holy Jkho,"  niiddirlstumaCiii'uk Tlio same  Ji'ii������io w',\\ ho repeuto,. tho folluu'-  iu^ iS'iituiiiy evening,  The Court of Revision   on   the  voter* list, oxtomlodo\o'thrwov  onings of hMt week. Deep inU-rest  was shown by a large' num ber ov.  urtho  proceedings.    Those "who  rofiistorocl as voters   by   u.01,|<ill(f  ������������ H"J city strwts,   pn.i.cl   undor  l������'oto.t.    The largo number   who  iutfiatoro.1 on ngreomoiits  of sale,  wurorolmiiul ,,��������� (|U} liri() a|,01. |,iw  ^'H'ing on t|U) m;ittor   lliU,   Uwu  q">lol!ijf.J..i.ipl.   .Harrison, who  w������s uugagy.l   to   watch   lhe   pro  uooiliiitrH oT tlio tsoiii-L l>y (he  pnr-  'ioa iniorostocl,  l(,oi'Chrir,li.).is Curds uu.! \.!1Kll(  The following are   those who  assisted Mr. Wm.   Poller,   janitor of the public school,  in  his  usual Christmas   donation ofur-  ������.nges*to   the  school children.  This is a kindlyothouglit  of Mr,  letter's, and deserves to be perpetuated:���������Wil limn Pater, three  boxes; A H, Peacey. two;'A. Mc  Kiunoii,.two; Geo. Tarbell, two;  Big Store, two: T, Rickson, two,  Macfarlane    I]r0s.,   iwo;   John  Marocchi, two;J.' Jiannermau,  two; Ideal Store, Iwo; Co operd'.  tive, two; Campbell    Jiros, two;  T. ... J.ate, two.  Miss Iliiyniau has sent   iu  reserve vote of 2,lo0,125."  ier  Mi'. A. K I'lmitn, of Nuiiaiiii.i,  will again be a candidate for  mayor.  Tl.e  Mineral  of  Mrs,  Richard  . Unlpli  Smith's fmlM'r, Richard Sjiiwir,  wlio died |n���������t week nt Vmcoiivcr!  took place at JN minium en Tiies-  cluy .hint.  Preparations are , being ^ made  ('or>i Christ mas Treo on .New  1 oar's Bve, in connection with  the Sunday school.  Special services' were held' in  [he school house ou Sunday  last.. The speaker of, tho dav  was Rev. G. A. Wilson, M. A.,  Superintendent of Missions, from  Vancouver. Services were well  attended;'almost to the over-  crowding point.  What has happened". The  long looked, for ; new suit has  come ai last. johll William  sou, the local oincdi.-in, lu. til-  ken upon himself a holiday'  ���������accompanied by Air. A. Ibbot-  son. They intend visiting Vancouver, Victoria, Dnncan, Ka-  "Anno, Union ������ay ami oll,  ���������ft'-fie ciuc. Some people Ha"y  they have g0���������e t0 visit tlioir  "���������">��������� lady friends, others s..i-  W that it i8  a   |lllsijlcss   u..  Nuts, All Kinds, The Best Grades  -We are Agents for���������  Macfarlane, W_ ��������� Go's. BIsQuits f.  ���������.���������am: m^-tmujejicv'.mi i������s I  A    WATCH       1  FOR POSTERS   I  For Special Discount Prices I  December 13 to 20, inclusive I  MACFARLANE EROS.,  Ji^T^"^!     I  "���������"���������������������������M||l.l,l,.__^   **  l)������I we'll  see,   "Wl  -<v-  ^ M:Vs i'humio Jluyimm hns re.  plgMi'tl liur position wiih Camp..  hell llroji, Alias Mnyman will be  mlsmi I from the Aoru.  ��������� -'en  Johnny  monies Mnrching Home."  Ji is rumored, that Happy Va]  ley is 10 have a Town   Mall,  We mean to   yel,   Uure,   and  don t you fail and foryet it, will  both feet.  COUKTKNAY  (Tho   Review)    '  Mr. Sam Calhoun has pnrchas.  A  n   new   six-cylindur   J'eerless  car,  Tho new iV.bytoriun ehurch  isrujiidly Hearing completion, and  Hmuig.'iiHMits are   being nuid^ for  Mr. 0. II. Feelmer  reocvoriiig.   and   (.XpecU  is   tlwV.'ly  . , - j     to    lm  "hlotupii- up for a u'hilu each ()ur  very ehortly.   -.   .4��������������� m  A Box ol. Havana Cigare, A  'V, 'V Cigarette or n������ Cigar  ClWO, Will p|,WH0 tlui goiitlimien  h.-r (Christmas;" sen them, at, lho  Drug Store,  -o-  JWt forget the CliHslina. en  toi-fiuiuiHMiis in tho vjIhii-cIu.h.  10 openin;>, which is  expected It..  ���������'-������������������"h P1'*'^ Hie lnst  Siimliiy hi thi������|    w     ~ ��������� '  m,),,,,l��������� H"' Dr. I'id.reon of w������ wouli! draw j-<,nt- nttoiitfoii  Vancouver, is* expec.K'd lo p,v���������e], !������.., T''. ?nm.i)b,,1,'������ cloctloii  1 lio dcdieuiion ^.rmoiiH.  Mr. Joseph Mcl'lieo Iiiih lnken  "ver lhe nuuiiigemout of the Mc  IMiw.it Morrison (,y��������� |.���������Hi,MJBS  here,  "nlnn the hack p���������g., 0������' thilt  I1"!1"1'' ^congratulate the m.-.y.  "i* i>ii hifcimi iniihiiig i-xinivivgant  piomisestotho ehviu-'s, He m,.  ddt>taii'ls cenditions too wei), ty  I'o guilty of such foljy.  The (ion 1 metis let for ft whnrl  nt Roy's Iloaoh. 11, Jf. Wnmja,  of Port Albonn. i.s tho ��������� con tract!  or.  WOOD Ft)R   8AW.-P|,o���������.  L-flfi T.PIerWl_Minio,  ������������������ft-. _.,,__  A nice Xmn������ flift, i.s ��������� bt,ttl,.  of Fro.ieh IV.fnmi.'; the lading  kind; nt Vmwy'* ])r���������g store.  JJooks, (Jnii a(.  |\.ll(.L.vi  *r  Uoy������, iIumM iv,i'.vet ti,:n  i,���������.v t.j  Oliocohues;   ovory    )0IIIIg   ,,���������,���������  '���������few both the chocolate,  and   rhe  l>t������x; and Peacey n|wayn   |m   tJlIJ  , *-/������_ -^* ,  Ifyou seom to bo heal, iu  choosing y(������������������. \'mng OiTle. lo.������l<  ovor Puiicoy'i atnok luroro ftiviug  up.  Now  WeNtmiiiHtiT   nce.-Ap|���������,  '^SmVBCtE  iiigNiii  CJi'uwsi cluiiuil ilMiiHu to.lay in  ���������'"'"I <���������'' the ti.|) Siiilh   Well  men ohai'gwl with   rioiimr    'ru,  d(>|ur,co  ut.nitf.il   fTi.-inir  7* :.',,._,  ,,lU* tod������������)' ���������'"! 't ia   ..Njiocti'd wiil  conclude toiiKirrow.  it; 1  t"'"-' ju" *Wi' uv   lue   jikc   fif  tills wealher i'or thi? time A  yeiu  Campbells  -__  B  V ...  ������t^.-.^������*���������_^p,.  Tlio school* will nlo-.i. on   Pri  ''������)' for Chriitiuii* viumjon.  I I     hi    jltl'.t    ll    WlH)|.       J',.,,,,,  "'H'*.     lli'iuei'ii.'i'i' ihe.in  ������0til8f,���������-t������������������ltc.'uuii:;ii  N"i<i   t)k,    (.'.M.p^ntj,.  tltO bll(_l<    |,niri.  1    fc������   ���������  tm atnpUiji  3Tni- iHi.ii. Uluittnt uni. (Uijilftrnt  !l'i  n  Campbells  - rr-^.r..-. ,  ;������������������'������-   -', _  ... m..���������s-mi.  v..  ��������� a a* . .������*������%������,* vt ^������. a,  '^scx^j.^cxsss^3ve^^  .-*, ,iv* *xy������������.���������, ��������� V '
.    By E. R. PunshoD
Ward, Lock A Co., Lli-nlftd
��i  London, MelbourneQ<_ Toronto* ,,
^S~��~�������--���''��'���'.'���'��� - '.'j.".'."' Wm, ... __ v.'i '. .ij{5y
.'    '   '        (Co*)tl'.uc-d)   .
T!i-\\ .".re miing to, tako 'rr awny,
Ore*, is wiil slowly, \w\ov mind whoro
iron., litu   ii's '. m'lr bu-tlness to,, s'.">'*
\V!la".'a*   lo.      .
��.\b. >i".vsi-'nl Tini-nltl. .raising liis
'band, \\% h\t ijivoiit.
"Wlmt lur/.zlos vin Civi'ii oniiiiiiuod,
\\i'i�� 'ov., tfin'i't 'if away (pilot, ihey
i.oins'afni!il"iss 'ow !--b" would lUcknvii
;i fuss as i-'oon ;is Ui.'. uiokojl Ar oul-
:i<?e Cli<? lions!.'.     .So ihcy've'lt'f un lu
wifo and (.icon ;-ari lie had promised
-tlicy. won-, lipiinuiolilns togoth'or, aud
in jiiEt a few inJnulCLa��� *
^ Silll i1 wa., Straus,, tliat there was
no sisn of Monday anywhere; about
Thorold fell in his _>ot:���e. for lhe
loaded revolver ho luul brought wllh
lilm in (.-a so of omrrseiiov, und for the
miii', witli wliieh lie h-.d iiion.nl, lo lio
.Monday ,if necessary. ' For If Monday
appeared ho wns 'iiiiic" c.crtiiln ho
would  overcome  him  wiih  eato;   he
Sow, 1 wornler whul ho nir-p.ni . by
thai, mused 'I'horokl lookin>;'alter him.
lie is in no danger,, lie wus careful to
explain he- would clear om as soon us
this Uliiclv .Monday (-omen ,1111011 ilu*
.scene���ciin ihe viMim mtiiii treuehory.
Um Cli-ccii'v, inaiuicr hud lxoon full or jsunil the lilllo ll^uro bribe shabby
:l siiiffiily that hud nol failed 10 iin-j uul-com a:i<l with ihe .big scarf twin-
prr.sr, Thorold, nor did ho soo why 1 Cl- round lis uccU, ,1 en ].*'.. to the ground,
(ireou Miould Iuko como ro him a: ull j flung down ,Uio reins and run inland
unlcs> ho rciilly wished 10 servo Jonn. | UCvohs the Holds at lull speed,' never
Ilo heoume absorbed  in JOoep uiui j one." loohln;; hat*k.   lbit the figure'in
fell' that' swelllnj. :n his" hoart that
niad'ti him, ".i' uiatelr ho know fov a
whole mouth'qf Mondays. ' ''
Ilo looked again'and saw iho_dog-
erih slop, abruptly.   At. iho samVin-
Whcn llirougli old
age the'bodily
functions become sluggish^
Na-D.u-Co Laxatives
give gentle, timely and
effective aid, without
.discomfort or distress.
15c. a. box   at   your
Druggist's, --     -173
National Drug ��nd Chfmlcjl
Co. ol Cinada, limited.
ai.xioiis nii'ditnUoil, asking himself
wiih doubt and f'.;A" whether the morrow wns truly to 1 t tho end of all
these' strange,   unhappy ' doiji^s,  and
very  soon  lie, quite  forced
(Irem'tj oonebuUns remark.
to he fi'iojt' sho'in'omjse.a-.
So pa. ��� unlet, mid <iit thoir sjdo.lhey
promise- as how Af'* in :.?o "alone; of
mo an'.'! a  lady.     ��� i
..What      edy?   in.enupied   Thorbbf
���Viiiokiy. , ��
Never y'ou iniMd. thnt, ain't iiotliinji lo.
,lo with it, return",, atveoii. AVell. nm
and this, lady---an is, a lady 'what-she
'allows and Irnsis���is to lake bov to a
place near Dover by train, and l'roin
'here-,, where ihe oilier lady leaves us,
.1 um to drlvu' *0|. 51joiii. tho cliffs iu
:i dogcart towards l)over--yon under-
Yes. ycf-,' said Thorold,- well, and
lb on'.' "
. And  ilieu?. (Irreii combined slowly,
neeordhiK as l.hju there father of .hers
is planninRofi! out. iheroJlhtek Men-
day is to meet.,11.1 at. live o'clock jus*,
rt-lil'i*.   the  road  from.  Pudbury  joins
'the Dover"ro.'id on the elltfil.   Tiien 1
um lo'x-Ipar out as soon ns-J hocs him
a-coming and bunk" "for all 1 am worth,
,iind Black' Monday is 10 drive hor into
Dover, wlierp the arrangement, is "its
she is to take ih<��' boat for France
aii'd-never come" buck,no more.r "lint
At seems to, me, if 1 was yon, I'd meet
her same tune and" nluco "as   JJUick
Monday does.        ' ���   ,
,.' 1 will, .aid Thorold. Then n sudden
doubt assailed- him. .Man. he s-'iiid?
you are telling me Uie irutli'.' You
would not, be! ray iiio*"* " ..
Betray you���that 1 would, Grocn rc-
to'.ioch angrily.' betray .you' for a' bad
tanner I would and glad of the chance
���but not Miss Joan, riot Miss ,I(pan. ']
Ah, well, said .Thorold,. ahd lie had!
no longer the least doubt of Ur.pu.. ,;'
a And don't you make-no ihuddle of if,
Green continued. . I ' suppose you'll
know ber again all riglit?
Why" do you. suppos. 1 should bo
��� likely'to'miftake her? Thorold asked
"'.���a amazement. ,       , [
Y- Vou sep,. Green explainpcrrKinrTrto'
wear a heavy'veil., to hi'do'lier face.
That's part of what been lixed up. But
she. will havo on hqr blue serge dross
wiih trimminjis-^ydn know it���and a
sailor har, wiUi a feather ;and this
'here bi.e, black veil. ���      >������ ��� "
, Oil, 1 shall know her again, Tliorold
r'eturnc'd, almoHl. amused.  ' v'
��� 'Wa-��ll, don't make no muddle, Green
Insisted, for I shall bunk as soon uS
I sees lllack Monday ebnilng,, and
there'll be only .'you 'between him and
her, and' it's a lonely spot is that, a
lonely a per;
1 shall be there, Thorold suld, and us
for this man you call Black Monday--
.    He put his,heavy hand upou the table aiid slowly closed it with a gesture
full' of an indescribable menace-
But Green shook bis heud'iind then
spoke In" soft, far-away tone, quite
different, from his usual voice.
You feo] like killing him, he said,
but don't you do It. You���just save
Miss ,101111 and novcr nihicl Black Monday. ' Black Mqnduy'll. como to a
bad end fast enough ami sure enough
without you intovlVvliiK. Yon tako
my tip and ..over kill no one; if you
- do. when you're near 10 dying yourself, thon you'll romombor 'om, ryjino
as mo, said Green with a strange shudder, und went so oulokly and silently
' fi.in lli6 room that hefwaa gone beforo Tborold could say another word.
Not His Fault
Al,  Lhe ' persuasion  of a   travelling
agent,  a farmer  had  two  lightning
rods lit ted to a costly burn.   But only
a week or' two later, during a violent
thunderstorm, tho barn was.su'uck by
ll'.hfhhis and jri";i few hours all that
I'l.-niaiiied of it wasn heap of charred,
,., ��� . .,,,.��� .,    .black refuse.   , Next day the farnie:'
Valuing unickly this nun. came to the; ���������,.,,, out. li,0<aii_i]1t1,inK..-0,1 agent.'
stationery do.-carl, and siooil. silemly 1    ,,,,������ lit,-mi,in., ro,ls vn,, HI)I(, ,Ho! lu,
shouted.       Hero's    my    b-ivn    boon
ilio blue sougi* dress sitl impassive,
while The., lail figure of a man rose
from behind . ilu* straggling pines,
wliich, planted as 11 .wind screen, grew
a  few yards further down Uio road.
The Word 'Picnic-
Few people know the original mean-
Ju_ .if the word 'picnic.'   It ia lo ba
found fcef, out in The London Times of
ii'lnind.''!?'! yi-a^s ago.  ' ������ '
A jilcnic supper consists of a var-
el.Va0l(lis!io3. The subscribers to-this
onicitaiiuiient have a bill of faro pre-,
seined'to lli em, with a. nunibbr against-
each dish.. The Jor. which be draws
obliges him to furnish tbo dish marked .-.(.ilnst it, which ho -citlior���lakes
J with liim m his carriage or sends by
a.servant.' Tlie proper variety i_ preserved by the laleim of the maitro
d'lioiol, who forms Uie bill of faro. As
tbe cookery is furnished by so many
peo.la! of fashion, each strives to.excel, mul thus a picnic ���supper not only
give, rise to much pleasant mirth, but
geiK'i'iil.y can boast of ibe roiincmen;
of tlio art.   '     .
!til the hole's head.
!\,!!1"'i:.!"."l!U' n!^' !1���KS ?.,*ll-1.,,t.; ( Bti-mOtr "iiy 'HKh'lnins and" turned to'tbo
CllAl'TRU XXV   '
On the Clifts    '
Kdward Th'orohr. who but' a    liUl- jnovort 1101' s'>oUo'   thd' Imm   ��l  .,h,)  ground,
before had boon Ko proud and hard and hurst*-* head,stood oijually impassive; , ,W],���ti
solf-rcfimnv so eonldeni 10 follow alone J uorold watoliQd    with    a1    irowuing  jj*iu,.inj.?    c
iho'path he markc   out for him^-lf, m'ow.his hand on the Pistol 111  ln?i    Vos,  )l}. lij.1jt1,,n{..'
was-iiinv as fearful ii<< a child of in tbo S1""''1''''' ' a' "   < -        1   'In ,the day time?
lid the agent.    "Struck, by
Until She was Nearly Crazy, Began
with Watery Blisters.   On Ears,
Eyos, Hands and Ankles.   Could,
Not Sleep for Scratching. .Cuticura Soap and Ointment Curod.
H.uiiM-M- St.. I'Vcdfi'li'itm, \. n.-- "I
bad 11 very Imd fiiMMif nv.i'iiia, Tlin imuhln
luyim with watery Mlilcw and bolted ��')d
imrni'd until f wiih neatly orif/.y. it w��i nn
my vmh. oyr��, limiiii and nnldcn, J could
not, keep tho bed clotliL-H over iikj nt nlKlU,
fur ibo Miuirtli'B ami iwhlnr. My ''f*t'��
would Fawoll. 1 would M'riilcli until Ilio hlood
would nm nml tlu-n I'orni 11 wnb. I Hi ui
U 1 could I alio a knll". and ciil. llm lli'Mi on
my liandn. It would dlsllijiii'u m.V fimu und
mako il. Minai't and burn uud swell. 1 could
not Mecp ut n^la for iin'Mi'lilni.,
"I tried PvrryihliiK I heiud or without
... Il| 1}' '��""' Ul'W'IU       I   H'X'd bus of lioiun
remedloM. Mi'.'h tt lunl iw.ft .��u)|jliiir, nnd uImj
wuh treated lor b. V.-.i ) tAA t':n><'.o:i
Hunp and Oliitnu'iit. oi-d tln-y kiivi- nm I'rwil,
eve. I nwl Uiem about, four rn'mlliB und 1
din liftppy to say I nm iirw-r tioul/lcd non.
Tlio Cuticura .Soup nnd oiiHiiieiii,iuiitd mn
..rmml felv." (sinned) M'"-.. A. S. Tlioinp-
ton, Mar. l��, Wit.
Tbo i-r-uulur uso of Cm Icura soap tor tulh-l
nnd Imtli imt, only tcniU lo iiivmtvh, -unify
und bi-autlfy Uio nido, hral|i, Imlr und banilii,
but juwMs l�� provc-uiliiK lulliimiiiiiUon. Irrl-
* tatlonmidclosKliiRoftlio 11010s, tlio.'iiirtiiion
causa ot iilmplii*. bl'1'.'Klifi.dH, rwlncvi Rttd
Iouul.i.< *-, >��l!o*. ol':". I""''-!'f,,l|l "'���'���������'""���
vliol.ss.imo conflUloni uf 11>�� Mn. . 'mliaiiiv
'���'.*. B ftiul Ciiiloiini Cliilmen. ..rr> .mid
tbr-UKli.mt tbo world. UImu-bI rami"l�� ut
_3S t.iallr.1 free wlitoM-i.. HUln look.
Addre,-. postCa.nl I'-kw )w< * Cb��tt
Corp. Dcpt. UU, Woswu, U. S. A-
least'dr-jiartini. I'roni tho instructions ]
iii'ocn bad K'ivon him. To do cxaelly,
ris Grot n had saiil set-mod lo bim bisi
only ehuueo of holpiuj. .loan, and onco
again ho. sol binifc-cii'to yndiu'o 11 wem:\
timo of wnitiiin. whoro 'only.a fow
wcolis before bo would ut ull risk nnd
iu spite of all havo followed bis own
lino of actio,.. But now that, sujiroinc
self-oonfidonoo he hnd once possessed
had luft him. nud ho bad instead a
great fear lest by somo stupidity, same
blunder, somo rashness of bis hasty
temper, lio'niighl. onco again jdungc
.loan into frosli peril. '
Very early be tool; up his po-dtion
al the iioliii whoro.,the road from' Pud-]
bury.joins the Dover road thai  runs
along '.im el iff s.
It was a wibl and lonely ��� s.jun, ibo. |
loneliest along that whole st.rin of
coast. Var beneath, tho 'sea tossed
at, the hasc of ihe high ehalk c'tiffs.
whoso crumbling ami u'c-iichernus
edge was here only soiiaeatcd from,
the road by a narrow strip of some
llfty feet of.scanty grass, stnigglin-p, to
livo on the inhospitable soil and to
bear up against, ihe roaring ocean
winds thai coutiim.Jly boat.' ii down.
Far off.a peasant ploughing, who, as
the day drew on,'disappeared 10 some
other held; an occasional passerby;
a stray gull wheeling upward along the"
base of, tho cliff, were all iho signs of
life thai Thorold saw. Now and again
liis houri I'xxit with anxiety as he
watched some approaching vehicle, but
it. was nl ways only somo slrangor busy
about his own affairs.'
���H e-li riTi-eom e-jiro vi d ed-w-i t-b-gl a sscs;-
and as the limo Groc-m had mentioned,
drew near', so did Thorold's excit?-
meiit iucroase. Thore was a small
grassy mound i.oar and he lay down
on iho iop or this, waiching constantly through bis glasses, eager for the
lirst, glimpse. ���.
Tho hillock on whicli ho was lying
was jus,, at tho junction of the road
from Pudbury with the Dover road,
which it.'joined almost at right angles,
the Dover road running straight'aiong
tho edge of the cliffs. Along the
Pudbury road ho could seo for a considerable dis'tanco, and it was this road
that lie cbio/ly watched. Along,the
cliffs, too, ho could Kce for fnr, for it.
was only here and there that, his command of tho roiul was broken by a
hedge or html', and in one place by
a line of straggling pliirs some hopeful soul had plained as a break against
lho keen sea breezes. Occasionally
he !,wopi this road,with bis glasses
tu make sure norhing was in sigln, but
tis a rule ho kept, bis glasses steadily
Inland, fully expecting to boo Jonn and
her companion arrivo from t.ho Pud
bury direction. Ho fur ho had not
seen Ibo least.- dgn of Monday, and
ibis mado ulm slightly uneasy,
The hour Groon montiom wns now
arrived, and Thorold began to feci
the strain of this iiit.onnii,.'iblo waiting. His nglliitlo.i Increased io 11
painful extent; lie perspired freely;
ills hands trembled so thai bo could
hardly keep his glasses steady 10 bis
oyos. Then at lust, with joy and eagerness ...nd four unspeakable ho snw
yoniolbiiu. Ilnu if fipoinod to bim
might bo an iii'ipi'ouchlng dofioart,
At llr. 1 lm was nor bopofnl, and ho
did not leave bis position on lho hillock, for liii- vehicle, whatever II might
bo, was on the Dover rond, not on tho
Pudbury roiul 11 low. which ho luul
(irmly believed .loan would cunio in
I.lnl ii.H In- wiiiolmd through bis kId-inch, lli'ft lio could mak.. out 1I1111 It
was indeed a horse-drawn vehicle like
a dog-ctirl, and 110x1 (hut li hold two
people, and thon l>o saw nl lust with
11 Uiiiiikfiilness beyond expression,
with u Joy Mini, soiu the blood pulsing
painfully Ihrough liln veins, Mini one
of ihost iwo people wns 11 woman,
li. uvll'. toiled hided, bil'l wearing 11
I'ainllliir blue s'M'go obsiiinii>, and thin
same sailor Iiul nm: feather ,|oun hud
had on when ho bad soon lior lusi,
when sho had accompanied him on Mint,
wild nn lor drive which had oiubd In
sucli 11 sorrow and despair.
Suddenly he found ho o.-mhl no lnji;*-
er see djsilnolly Ho put down his
KliiKKcK  and   raised   his hand  in  hl��
lit-ii"      '\'n   hiu   natniiMllll'Mtt   bo   found
il was tours in ihem thut. hnd blurrcl
Ills sight, lie did 1101 uuuw ili.ii, !i>.
had ever shed tear,, nine., the days of
Ills childhood, and ho wondered why
lliey hud coin,, uow, Ho looked' ugiiln
and now )m could rocogi '.ho beyond 11
��� ij,;'.- <v. *,*iii. . M��,n "men and sailor
Iiul willi tlio fcailu'i- hi K Jto )i��<1 f>
oi'lcii seen .loan wcuring. And Mio
llltlo mini In.'.ildo her and driving--
Mint would be Oroon. Tborold could
not i.e. ills face either, for ho \ind his
bead boni ftml 11 r>u|i piillcl nvt-r blri
���ye'-, bur the il��ni'c was small find
silgllt like tirceil'M (Hid lit U11J' Mil''
Thorold or.1,.,1 Idoiulfy Ills rathm' iditib-
(To be Contiiiuei'.,)
No, ai '.igbl.     Lnst, night.
The agent's puzzled'frown relaxed a
lillle. Ah. he sc.io.' it was a dark
night,  wasn't    it?   Well,    wore    thc
A womnn who'cai'rlotl love of money
to-, un  incredible, extreme  was  Lady
."Uiirgarel Aiirftmn, .sis'ier, of tiio first J lanterns burning?
"Marquis of Queensbury. .Although.hor ���    The agent    stared
husband was a. rich man, Lady 'lUur-jau.aKement,   .
garot, would actually, carry"' foot pus- \    .No, said' tbo farmer
1 never burn
.songers across the little rivor Annan
fov..a half penny," and whenever there
was a fair or market day she. would sit
on the banks of the stream all duy long
wailing for customers? Sho usually
wore rags to saveAdr, clothes, but on
tho, rare'occafjions aawhen she visited
anywhere she packed_up n, few decent
garments, whicli shef slipped o'ii before
entering ihe' house, "exchanging them
for her dirty^oncs when leaving. -
On oiVc occasion, .usi before one of
bis' recitals, Paddivwshi^was stopped
in the entrance halt by an' excited
lady. '���    <
"Oh, iM. Pii'deroavski, she cxcliiimed,
l,am so glad to, sec you!    I wsfiit SaO I
niuch to b��a.v you play, bur, they-tcl'!
Why, lu- said,._you doii't mean to
tell me ihnl you didn't run np"lantorns on tlie vods on dark nights?
I'"never heard of such a thing!
shouted the farmer." Jluu .lanterns
up! ,Why?    n   y      ','.,'"
Well, said-the agent," if yom'don'i.
know enough to inrtke your 'lightning
���'oils holix-able you-.can't Wain. nie.
How's This ?c ,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward."for tiny case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
J-'.   ,T.   011KXEY  .S-.  CO..   Toledo,  O.
V.V, (Ho uiialoi'Hipned. liavo known !���'.
.1. cheno.v I'oi' tho lu-.   .15 years, and ba-
lljivd nitd-soft corns both .yield lo
Hoikway's Corn (hire, Avliich Ir"oii-
iii'clj sr.t'c 'to use, i.nd ccilaln and '8at-
Iflfiiclovy :.���.*. its .action.
The stiperhuientoin, of, a" certain
Smidiiy school in, the Midhmds, who
luul 'iitUinod a' good position, was
IryitiR' to sliow his boys tjiat ho.had
gnl'iicil if by lolul absfinenco. , lie
_iiv,o thcni- several instan.c-' where,
num liud'Aost llioir- places Ihrough
C Ink; and -lie had boon fortunate
enoiiRh to gain thoso places.
At lho close of tbc'itdurchs lu^said:"
NoV, boys, to what do I ow * my prd-
so*i|��position'.' - v,   <K --.
Much to his surpi'is.*. (hf hoys crietl
in (jliorus.,'    D.'ink,  sir!       ���   "v ���,   -
���Bciialor' C.ullom of Illinois." gels iv
goad kui&lr out of tlio stoi.: lie, tells
hIioui mi ,ol;'d lady ,wlid,-,although she
is ii resident "(if his, stale, has a son
in Jlonttiiia.
;���' One dny the, senator 111.". the old
'lady, and knowing that, jhe son1-wa,'.
t!i.v,npiuo of her- eye, not to si*y her
vory heart bones, he iiujuirod1 as to
luiiy the- boy- was doing. " Ihb was
surprised, to sec that the woman, dissolved, infoT a storm of tears... *   v  ���
AVIiy, ���what's' the-mattei'? asked Miv
Gttllom.   '" ������ _".-    '      '     : ,
��� lie just writ 1110. said tlie old lady?
thai he's' dv.no been scut. (0 tlio legislature. ��� 1 don't now for" what or
for bow long, abut, 1 prays to Cod they
wilt be easy on him.
An eminent scientist, the other day,
gave lila opinion1 that the most wonderful discovery 0* recent years was
the discovery ol Zam-Buk. Juat
think!-Aa soon as a single tUiu layer
.0. ..JSaiiiaBuk in applied to a wound or
a sore, such injury Is insured against
blood poison! Not ono species, ol
microbe has, beeu found that ���ara-_"UH...
docs not kill!
Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk
la applied to a sore, or a cut. or to ���
skin disease, it stops' tlio smarting.
That ia why children are such friends
of Zam-Huk. Tlicy caro notlilng for
the science ot the thing. All they
know is that 'Zam-Buk stops -their
pain. JMothers should' never forget
this.    >-
Again. . As soon as Zam-Buk Is applied to a wound or to a diecased
part, the colla beneath lho' skin's surface are so cumulated that new
healthy tissue Is quickly formed. This
'"onuiug of fresh healthy tissue from
���ju> is Zaiu-13uk's secret, of ..healing.
butt tissue thus formed Is worked, up
to tho surface and literally casts off
lho diseased tissue above it. This la
.why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.
Only the other, day Mr. Marsh, ofc.
101 Deloriniiair Ave,, Montreal, called
upon the Zam-Buk Co. and told them
that ��� for over twenty-five yoars ho
had been a martyr to eczema. Ills
t>5.nds were nt one time so covered _
with .ores that he had to sleep-In
gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk Was
Introduced lo him, and in a'. few
months it cured hlni. To-day���over
throe years alter his cure of a disease
he Iind for twenty-five years���ho , Is
.till cured, and has had no trace of
any return of tho eczema!
All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.
box, or we will send freo trial box I?
you send .tbla advertisement and a lc.
stamp (to pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto.
nie i ere isn't a seat left,
try to' And me a, seat
Vrixv   <ln! Hi've him'perfectly h.ii..,. in all fousiti
ivj\a. uo j transactions 'nn_ financially able to en
ua sure they'll let mo i-1 if you
them" to���   Please!        '     ,. ,
Paderowski bo_tvcd o very gravely.
Madame, be said','] shall bo delighted to help you. Thore is one neat in
the ball'"at my disposal, and you can"
take'that if you caro, to.     '"   '"  -.. "...
Oh, -that-is too sweet,, of, you! < tlie
lady, gushed. I'll take il, with pleasure:.   ' >Vhere is it? ' ���'    "
_ ,  -. ..-  -   carry
somewhere..', I   out anv obligations made by his firm.  *
..Toledo, 0.
' Hall's Catarrh-Cure Is taken internally,
aetins' directly upoiv the blood and mucous surfaces.of the system. Testimonials
son.  fvp.c.   Price 7,;"   cents   per   bottle
Sold by al! (li-iisgists.
'J'iiku Uull's4.l,*a,mlly Pillg for constipation. , , I- "   ,    '     >   ���   '
Describing Gout
well-known clubman in tho smok
\t tho planol 'replied   I'adorewski. j *"�� room the other evening gave some
*- . ,_^ -^      -,  .. -.   Jot bir. .iellow-'mombors a piclurpsquo
���1aRauipl/!rm_nf-tiiP__:oiil.   .."        .  ..    .     ���
������ 'You lieAnLbed, be said, with the
gouty foot stretched out, and you'feel
a,s,though the sole of i'i, was pressed
against tlie bars of a red-Lota lire. In
iho middle of thn furnace is""a fellow
with a gun loaded to the -muzzle with
rod.,hot needles. Prpseutly. ifo fires
the gun at your.foot and'you feel the
red-hot, needles ii'iivl up your, leg
and como out at the knee, not all at
onco, ���but like the animals went into
the Ark, two by two. Wlien the last
couple of needles have finished the
course you find yourself swonting with
fear, and wondering how long it will
be boforo the fellow fires Iho gun
again. Presently you find ho is undor
coiut'M'l. to lire it, every few minutes,
and you get, ready for the dischtfrgo.
But, you]can never bo" said to ge-t accustomed to it; because tlio blackguard loads 11 with,a. now kind of rod-
hot, noodle every time, and somol lines'
iVdds half-a-dozen red-hot cork-screws,'
and (hat's gout,     . , , .    .
Who would   paironi/.c'  goiu    after
' _ ��� *" '
Driven From the System.by Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills
The sufferer from rheumatism who
has not gone about curing himself in
the right way must expect a. return of
tho tortuiv. witli every change to cold
or damp'weather. It is not the
change iti the weather that causes the
rheumatism, but, it does stun tbg aches
and pains, Rheumatism is ii" deep-
seated dlsorda?" of tho blood, Von
cannot, possibly curo it with outward
applications of hot I'omouftuions as so
many people in ihoir ignorance of iho
real causo of rhe trouble try lo do.
Hliouinai.lsin can only bc driven out,
of. Ibe system by driving out; tho poisonous acid J11 (ho blood. This can
only bo done by milking tlio blood supply rich, rod ami pure. I'I. is in this
waythal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure
rheumatism, ovon aftor oilier remedies have failed. These Pills mnko
rich, red blood, ihey go right to lho
root of tlm troublo, and tlio pains and
nches aro driven from tho system and
will not return i.* tho blood supply is
kept pure That A, .he wholo secret
of curing rheumatism, and U you aro
a sufferer begin 1.0 cuve yourself to-day
by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
Among l.ho many sufferer.-; from rheumatism wbo liavo been cured by this
modlclno is Miss '.Mary D. Kelly, South
Duiiiiiior, Onl. Miss Kelly .says:
'���Some .lino iigo I hnd 11 vory bad nl-
li'.clc of rheumatism, At. timo,' I
would be conllnod to bad for ii couple
of day. and would scorn almost pruiil-
ysod wllh iho Inhume pain In my buck
nnd logs. At such times 1 could not
walk, and my joints woro stiff and
swollen, 1 eonmilied dlfi'croul doctors
and look tholr modlclno, but did nol
get mot'o than (oiuponiry relief, Al
litis llmo a neighbor advised 1110 1,
try Dr. Williams' IMul; Pills, and I roi,
n supply, All or Inking 11 few boxes I
found ihoy were grot.ily helping 1110,
und 1 continued tl.olr uho until I'm
I rouble completely dimippciirod, I 0.111
f.lrongly recommend ibis medicine"V)
others who miNor us I did from iho
pangs and lorluroH of rlieiiiiuiiism",
Ynu cun got Dr, Williams' Pink
Pills through any dealer In iiiodlclnu
or by niiill, poiii, paid, nt i"0 cents a
box or six boxes for ...,Vi from Tho
Dr, WillianiV M<'i.lolii<> Co, Brook,
vllle, Onl.,
*��� m.aiiii'ui profo.Hoi' wrote on tho
bliiokbciiird   In  his  laborator. ;
Prok'nMH' UiUoii nil'.;..1.1 bis '-'-v.
limits thai ho has '.his da; been appointed li nioraiy pbyHkiiu. to bis
mnjosly ih�� hi;,;..
lit  the  ooiuro of 1 lit* morning lin
.... !    ' "''Ion  1o lo.w- the room, and
found on  his  renin: tlmt  '.-.omn wug
had added to the aiinoum'Ciiioni  th.,
words; ���
Oil .-.ave i'ui! king,
Did, your daughters0 marry well?   ,
Not exactly.     One marri." a farmer, and another married an ultimate"
"consumer';*' but, the /third  may ,m'ake
tip fov all ��thal.    "
.lloyv so? ' '    -   "���"     ,"   a- ' '
She's engaged to it middleman.
"lie's ��� a mean rinan.   ".,       ;    .
When bis little girl begs for an iec^
cream'-sundae lie aslu her1 if ' she
wouldn't rather have. a" gold watch
when she's nineteen.
cal stage "wlien he slipped into a restaurant foi a bile io cat. lid' ordered
and then sat- staring ahead, quietly
Clioi.g_,tt',u'l in expression, and waited.
, lt is admitted ho.dW^oinc availing
Ipb. Whal happened"'to , bis order
couldn't," be, unddrstoot outside'' ihe
���'e-utliar restaurant kitche.-, but lie
spent halt an hour'sitting thero '''taring ahead of him."'     "
At'last it came.' As lho waiter put
tlie order before' Jiim, ho��� started
from his deep"'''study, as i. Ho had
forgotten be bad nu, order, coming.
Then, "looking up at tbo fair transporter' of edibles, lie said:
You don't look a clay older! .
��� Worms,sap the fiirehgi.i.e.nd undermine",, the vitality of child'.-' *.,
Strengthen..hem',, by usin'.' Mother
Graves'.'Worm Exterminator lo drive
out tbo parasite,1      ��� .   ,
Tlioro Is iu Brooklyn a young recently nmrrled couple who havo heen
raving tbo usual half pathetic and
wkully amusing oxperlt-ncos Incident
to i-omcwbnt limited moans and' total
Inoxpa'.ileiKo. Lust Saturday '��� tlioro
was a .iMo.h in iho delivery of' llm
inarkeiing, and Sunday found thom
wlili 'n jmicrlonJJy empty Junior,
When diuiia.1 timo caiuc- the young
wlio btlll-! Into tours,
Oh, tills 'U horrible1 she wept. Nol
a iliiijig In tlio bonne lit for a dog 01
oat,   I mu going homo .0 innnimii,
Jf you' don't mind, dear, the Ium-
bund exclaimed, ns ho visibly bright*
cnotl and reached for his lutl, I'll go
with you,     ���    ���
Burned at the Stake
Ah Into as tho end of tho eightoeiilli
ceiiliiry counterfeiter wore publicly
burned ul llu* stake, in Loudon. On
March JR, .1780, (Mirlsiliuilo .Murphy
wnt oxooninl ut Newgale low or, Loudon, for 1 ho cvliiici of coining. Bin1
wan bound lo 1 lie hlitko seated on 11
si00), 1 ho ninlu Ilo boln.:' cord nromul
lho neck. Tlm I'uiu ral pyro wiih (lieu
lighted by ibe exeentloiU'i nud his do-
pinion, one of lho lulier of whom (In-
11 Ily jerked the .stool from under llm
wroichod eroiiliivo, nib wing tho wi'IrIH
lo rail on lior neck, Wll))i)i fiii'tv-
eight mlniiios iho body wn'i onlli'i'ly
reduced 10 (ishes and buried In a liol'1
oil Uio spot where the execution iiiok
Kntbu' always spoils ovi rylliluc,
.aid A\"t' (lladvs ('.un.'rox,'t'diii'l'iilly,
I'll never iigaln toll him wlien anybody propoM'n iu nii:,
Wliai lias lm done'.'
When Harou 'Fucitsli iisko.l for niy
hand 1 lold blm in mill fathor, Anil
when bn culled, futlior lonked iliratiifli
,_ ti'-.-il iiiilov nml .aid: There live
Uivco aheail nf yon, bin. I dou'i ilmii,
.���niy of ilu'in will mill, l.'onic nraunil
next 'Hiui'sdiiy,
Ono duy an old farmer oiuno into si
city Htoro iind aslc.rt to soo some
clodlvM. The clerk showed lilm somo
clslit-dio clocks, which lm told him
would run olghf, days without winding The 1 armor looked perplexed
or n. ill-mi.tt and .mid: Ves, bul
I' thoy will I'liii' eight days without
wlnniii' how long will thoy run ,il' you
wind cm','
Wo boliovo  MlNAllD'S  I.IN'IMKNT
l��� 1.110 bosl:
Miubias Poloy, Oil Ciiy, Onl.
.loaoph Snow, Norway, I\lo,
Oliarlofi Wboolcii, Miilgrnvo, N.S,
Uov. 11. 0. AriiiHlrr.il'., Mulguivo, K.S.
I'lori'o l.aiidoi'H,   Kniii',,   Pclceniouolio,
Tlioir.us Wiirtson, Sholliol.l, AM-
Ship your Furs'ancl Hides to
281-2133 Alcxancer Ave, Wlnnlpcp
W'*lto for Prlco List am. Shipping
Pal bin) .'oliicd ih,! iifivy nnd wnn
being drilled with his hhlpmalcs on
a pier.
Knll In! .nine tlin ordor, Inutiod-
lately I'nt, foil lino tlio win or. Two
doop!  wns the next t dor,
I'n I. (spuliorln. In Iho wilier) ���
Had scrim to .yo! Why dldu't ylx. toll
1110 11. wn:: loo deep before 01 fell
A Puzzl.
A num lay groaning und wrlllilng
by tbo wayside, when up daalioil a
constable, and proceeded to Investigate but all bo could got' nut of tho
Hiii'i'oror wiih:- I ato ono, too���1 ale
0110 too, and lio puzKled, bur. not for
I'nl.on! was (ho dlngriofils, and
mindful of his irainlrg, ho at onco
procprcil nu omotl , which simply
oloctrlllcd Um recipient,
l.ici.woou convulsions lie iimniigcil lo
nsk tho reason for such troiilnuml and
cu iho roar-on for such treutnionl. nnd
on lilii holng lold, nnd nsked whal, it
wuh ho had enten, ho hoonmo moro
Whin did 1 oni.', yelled bo, Why,
yon Idiot, ��� 18111 is lho num lior of, (ho
car Unit knocked mo down I
I snw Jinks just now, and lio taeiu-
od imiuli put onl'.
lie Ih; hia landlord Is Just aftor
ili^jioriiicHslng him!
W. N. U. 07.1
Try Murine  Eye Remedy
If you Imvo Red, Weak, Watery KyMi
, or Oronulaitcd Kyelldi*. Docsm't rtmnrt
>y bliKk tall coat and big '.carl round , H().)thoR j,<ye j,,iiHf )Jnuuri,.iy Sell
bis neck that bo almost. nlwiiyn w��r01 MlirIn0 jj.,e (tmtfty, Liquid, Wc, 50c.
no mailer what the weather was '����*- J Murlna Isye Salve in Afopilc 'i'tib.tl,
Wlili 11 boating burl Tliorold l����l j j��5C| Mc, Kye hookn Free bv Mall,
down lib'.: glasses, li wax ,loan who 1 An Ky* T*nir,o����*itr Aiity����ui<it ��uiric��n I
v.'i.-  H.'.iii'.'-"  i..w>',!fln   l,l'u-.lo:tii,  bislHurlnt T.i* IVomoily Co., Chicago I
'Case of "Nerves??*
���1 '���
Hot flanlii's, ilizzincm, faiiitinp; bpollc, htickathe, lictulticlio,
benrinc-doirn paim, nervouancm-nil luaiiymptom*) of Irregularity
ind femnl* diiturbaucM and aro not beyond rollef.
An Explanation
'' a fiuiiok doclor wiim liojdlug .I'mlb ;
[.boul Ii'Ih nicdlolnoH lo n   rural   nud-
Set. Weill Ionian, bo nald, l hnvo fldld
thoHi* pllln for ovor twenly-lho yiiii'K,
anil iuivpi honrd of 11 word of nmii-
plulnt. N��w. wl'"1 ,llie>* -,l1*1' l||,f,V(!*.
I-'roiii n video hi the crowd 011110;-j
That dead nun loll in, in).'..* |
Li Favorite Frescriptton
ii lltatit�� j"_moa�� v>��5^'a''f*u unumjilly tri'erU'nrfA
ln thn lioutinff of woman'* peculiar lilriionU,. For
forty yein It nai been recommended to tuft'ii-infr
vroinanlitnd. Tliouunds of women cm btmr Mrttnom
- to Its hanoflclsl (���ualltbi.i. Po'rhnpi Hi ilii li nil tlint
I* roqnii'��al to roitore (0 ymi per foot limit, eni) ilrenjrtli,
Urn li Ibi tim* to act, write Dr, It, V. I'lirei'i, niiffilo,
mmmhJ '���������At av.-S-aawW ������*t������"a'  NOriOK is hereby Ri.0,i tb:.t apph-  qailcn will bo .,n.ul_ t._ tin "Hu-ior.ut._d.  autcu Proviuci-I Pohoo,  Victoria  for a  .   JjcooBo to apU liquor   by  wholesale upon  ���������. ������w proud... Bitmb-d on Lot 6, Block 15,  -.-...borloud Townmto, Cumberlaud, B. 0  nt . ��������� UMLI MussA'rro,Appiio_ut.  Bated this Ist d_y~'_ October 1913.  II���������..;kews, cijAijigBiAxi., names Columbia.  TT^wwwiww   ���������~m*i*9Mr������*i*m*i*&wum*i*m(y-'i-r.w*Mr**l!V*^jMXl**������f9*  NOTIOK is hi roliy-glvun-th.(buu tholirat  day of D.j.a'wr   next ap'ylieatioa   will   bo  Union Steamship Go. of B. 0.  *  f".   S. S. OOWIGUAN WILL SAIL. AS UNDER .  A'ANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXiROUTE  Leavo Vancouver, Monday, nt H p, m. -  -���������   ��������� Arrive NiinVi.no, at lV.80 p, in.   .  Amve l'nion Bay, Tuesday (j ,_. ,���������.       L,  $'     __������ ..    '-   #  Arrive Umox, r,u������������lay 8 a. ���������,.     I,cai,. Tuosdav, 11 a. In.  ^V^ho^nutoi^tTpra^oJfr  L������a^Nu,,'lu"''������ P* ."..Tuesday.   Arrive \Wm,r U.80 p.f.i.  :  PoHce.VlotorMurtheronoival.of-theho^ }un.   Arrive    Na miillio "  II -on li  ttl Iw>cnm,*t���������:e������ii .Jiq-nori-by'retail b.tiio  ' Ar.v,ve UmouBav.' SmhHh. fi i   ���������, * rw._. - ' U������'    "��������� ^������ P* "  , ...     J'qaoru'.by ,������������������.... ... ,.���������.  nosc-I known' as tho time hote., nlnn tod ut  Comox, ]>o,      ���������;GMk___!.IU���������M)W  ���������Wkltd Oot.bor l, 1918.   ������������������'  mou/Bay,- Sunday 6 a. tn.'Depart c n m  Arnve Cpmdx, Sunday 8 a.m. Ecpart 4 p!,���������5 '  '    ^object lo change without n.iice.      '  NOTICE is hereby' given lhat on the  firat day of November 191,.. application  will be made to the Superintendent ot  Provincial Polico, I'or a rcnc'A.il of the  v\'lule*.ilc Ikju ir license upon die picui-  ises known as-Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson District.  ,; ~  I'lI.SENl.R lilJKWINO COMPANY.  D.itcd.Octoberist, 1913  _' '"  NOTICK is hereby givon 1hnU.11 tho  fli'st d.\y of December ntixuippliout.OL^v.iI  bo mado to thu Supo.int.'ulmil ..f Proviu-  oi.'il Polico, Victoria, for a ivnuwiil ot tlio  hotel licenso tu'Bqll li(*iKU'j by tcUil in  the hotel kuowu as tho Union hotwl.'Bii-  ti.ifo al  U.iou, B.O.   John N. McLboii  Daod t,h������ 1st dny of Ootolwr, 1013  r_irn_*_-nrMiir'"������������������������"*��������������������������� ��������������� ���������������������������ri-wn-J*A.i������r������_-������kTWit-l .-.^.'  <" "NilTiCJ.'in bor-by ijiv.u   tliat ou tho  t -first day of D-combor  noxt, applicatou wil]  bu nude toslie Suporiiifeudent ;,f . ivviuaiul  1'olioe, Viottiriii, for eho romavnl of thn Im-  ' tol liotuisti to soil liqa.ua by reuil   iu   tbo  Intel known iw lho Kwr.aido how!, sitniace  ������t Ooiirtuu.y, 13. 0. 0. ll. Fi:cii������i_i. '  ])a.tod October I, 1913.  DRINK  purest aud best RK1.CR, and  made iu Cumberland.  ^3^g^3^'$S3BHBgBES3  NOTICK i* aorobygivea-.th_t.on th.  -Orst day .of D^oomlmr next ap|j]ical_.m will  be mado so tbo Stu.orl_t.ui.lont of l'i'.,vii..  , oial Pohcfl, V'iotoiiH, for thp reoowajof tlii  hotel lioewBe to 8..11 ljq'n.ir. bywuiliu Uie  hoW kuuw-t ������������.Uio W������la0n huu-1, situated  *t Union My RQ.      -  Auvnno 1-L_run IIoh.m;  Dated Ociobor ], 1013.   '  J." N.   MeLL'OD   '   _=_aoi=_ax_2z',)r  S a! n ,WUySOtlUl,      aU' thf^u-MILWAUKBB  SU)TCU WHISK...   _     BasfWinoi, and LiQuora of dl kinds  Tho tfoarfwB aad Lodging DoptuW^t, uadw t,ae .i.-iHnodi^o.s^n^eudenco'  yv&l bo :.;������,.!! FirBt.ola.,1 in .every re.pa.t.;���������  ATJSS,  j_A__a_ss___s_j_ss_  1.1 00 p&r day  N(1TICE u horoby given tnat ou th������  firet day of Dactimlier n.-xt oppjioutimi will  be ni'adrt to the SuperfMler.doiit of Piovin-  cial I'oliee, Victoria, fur.theroiiotvnlof.tlie  bosi'l licouao to sail liquors liy rotaii in the  hOtf;l kuo>vn ah thu Nolixin bowl, nitiMtOal  at t/nioii.Bay, B.C. ' ,'Joiifx Fk.iskii.'  Dated Oa-'to.'Hjr.lni, 1913.  The Gou'rtcnay Hotel  ��������� Kvtry convonienoe far guests". ' -  The Cynlial EoU for Sportemon  , None but the Best of Wines arid Liquors  Better,  Cheaper, Than  Most-Dairy Feeds  ancouver Milling- &.Grain Cbmoanv/  offer   you   a safe  ancl   sound    investment /with a  ,   ;   good return on your money as well as an en ha nc-   ��������� -  ed value  from now on.  A Company with   NoP.i.��������� >no\rShare's.      ������    '  ���������"'. A'Ccmpanywith       :'   m   fiscal agency.  A Company   that will ktok solely to   tlie-wellfare .  of its shareholders.-. Shareware now sellirijr at $1  for all   cash,   or.   on   (he   easy   instalment   plan. - ' ��������� '  Call op send fop" a Ppospectus to^d'av  i:*"*mjrw:K.<i������rwj*iiT+  iikiww _������j������m'. iMMHtJiixiyrwtmrxiuristAitivtijp'm iu ^.���������mcii' *?���������*  at tbe Bar.  flATES  .REASONABLE  J oh n J oh n s i on,   Prop  ���������������������"���������������������������"��������� ���������  '���������"���������iJ *\nw**������+ai^*i***n*i ���������  i "r_inir.i-iwni'ini n������i������i m.mi^ri   n  IN THE COUNTY -COURT OP  NANAIMO JJOLDKN AT  ���������    NANAIMO.'  IN TOE MATTEROFGui^ppo  J, L,  (Joii,tiiu.'iiza, ducoR'scd, in  ��������� Uwtnte," Into oi'    Nti.   8   miuo,  near Ciuiiberlniul B. C.  AND '  IN THh/iMATTHLt of lho '-011.-  ciiil AiJjiiinistnitors Aisf," ' "  TAKF NOTICW Hint by ordor nl! Hiu Honor Judge Uiiriair,  nmdo during tlio ��������� month 'ol N'o-  voiubof,' JOlU, I wiis-i nppoiiiHu!  Adniinisirat.or of tlio KfiUlo of Ihu  obovo iiioiitioned duuonsi'il, and al).  piirtios Imving olrtims ugfiiiist. tho  fluid 08ta(o aro ,horeby rofjuirod to  fiirnirfh s.umio, properly voriluul, to  nio on or bul'oru tho SOiJi day of  Dooombor 1!.)1{{, AND 11!I parties indobUid tu uaid ostulii, uro ru-  qitirod lo pay tho lunonnt o( thoir  ituloliludiH'isii to 1110 forthwith.  Dated lliii. J.8IJ1 dny of Novoni,  bor JIUH, ���������  W, WK8l.ltV Wfl.l.AKl),  Ollloiiil Adiiiini������li'iUor,  CJiunbcrland, IJ, C,  0. H TARBELL  M.������l  y.^m^^.j,^  ���������JD-istF/butoFs ���������N-fri\^rI-M:07^IST7C;  _s__32^_a_a__2s__a___  niriamHn...MrM1''u,'.1  The ' Mercantile  General.  Agency,   'Ltd.*  Selling Agents .for Canadian 'Loan & Mercantile Co. Ltd, ' * "���������  ���������^1*1 "eard~offic"es":  207, 208,,209 Union Bank Building; Corner View and Gov't. fl Streets,  Victoria. B. C.  Phone 3243   . *���������'��������� '*   '-'Geo. Abbott, Managiug  Director, '  , r���������\  ���������',"���������'���������.- "We- Build Homes and Make'Loans."  '^m*K!n���������l*-W'*'*Knmiimr*nmi**mr*aaMr*m.n^    (s>  Little cubes df metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  ���������"��������� Make the 'millions think,  LIQUOR ACT 1910,  Sectio/i 42.  fife) %iSS!������5S^ fcssi  0M&i,  azmmrmw  There is rio batter way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The HEWS.  f Said."  d'  NOTICE, Is" lie.eby pives tlmi  ������ii tiio In du'y; of Diceniliov r.oxi,  Implication \rili I ici rniiile. to this  iiiperintendetit of Provinuiul, pol-  tin for a liuonflo for .lie buIo. of  i(_uor by wholusnlo in and uj.on  .lio premisoa situiludin Uie (own  if Courtcnuy, IL Q, known iuh1  IcKCiibcd us Lota SO mid HI, froc-  1011,(11.  Dalod thiu litluliiy of Oo ol.or  UNION I.ItBWING COMPANY  .-Ltd.  John Mi'rood)),  Mii'iin^ui  AUVEKTISKAJMNT.  K(>TICU  rt>'1M|/r#yil������/������������ta4nwt^|HlrU(MjUI,j|1v,-MuAWM.  FHIGH GSADE STOVES  I Aiwl nil KITCHEN J',UTi_WfiILS  Sportsmcns Goods  find  General Hardware  I'tii+f^iiillMrtyvaJfaPtf^^  'Violin Strings, Talking ma-  cliliieneedli'siuifl Vicmr Records  for sale at tlio News ofHcc.  DonH forget to place your  next order for printing with tis.  Any p'-tkoii or pr-i.ioim, ',uutin;;',  roinnvinf.; or 1,'iliing  11/iy   liJoi'lc.x,  tlinlMir or wood, of nny dci'crijitiodn  jolonging to tlio AVollington Co).  ii'ory Oo'y-t or from or off tho lnnd  ci,f tlio Haiti Oomptuiy,  or unyoiu':  tipping rubbish of any description  anyvvlioro   upon'  i.-iic. oompmiy'ii  Jand will bo proH<",'iitofl to tho full  oxtont of tho law.  W. Ji. COULSON,  0one,mI jMiunifi-or,  ,C*i IHoi^ Cw.y,  ,__���������- ���������-^   IVuliuf. on loccunoliviiH and   rail  way cars of  Uie   Union  riolliory  Company liy nny  pornor.   or  por-  30tiB--'0Sw])t titin o'<:iv-"ii.' fitrlfltiy  |jroh'M.'U(������l.    lC*mj>J(.yt._'ii  '"iv v.ub-  ifc UitfimvilfiBiil for ullowiiij. nan>  Uy ordaii"  W. I���������  COUIvSON,  General Mann^ev.  I  IN TIIK COUNTY   COIJJ.T   OK  NANAIMO UOI,I;JSN AT  -    CU MI.]. It LA NO  IN   TJIK   J7ATTI.H   of  Thom,,.  f-Miiuh, ^lirouiiod, intoiMnlo,  wli.  diod in Nelson  iJialikitoii April  AND  TN TIIK MATTERiof iho���������'Ofnd.il  Admlnlturfllors Aot,"  /1'AKKNOrroIC that by' ordoi  "������' ..Ii.- Jtuddf jui(j;o J-tntkor. maifr  il������u u.li day of Novomher KM.'l.lw^  ������1'poiiitod ndiriiniRtratorof Uki j-J^  'Hi" of tho above moiitiuiud do  coHSiid, and nil vftrlion linvinp  o)/iimii dffni.ifit (ho ,^ufd ohUUo an-  Iwol.y rerjnlrw. to fiirrwVh .unif,  piopurly vorHiud, tn mo on or ho-  hwi) tho 18th flny ,,*��������� DKH'rnboi',  IOIH, AND all parlicn indoliiod 10  "adcftlatn, aro joi-uiK-d \o pay thn  "������'fMint ���������f i)���������.j,. /���������1|,1|lUljIIUiH l(l  ��������������������������� fovilwvlth.  IhiUl Uii.i nth  iky of   Novoni-  hor, 1918.  W    W'usj.icv  .VH.T.AIU),  Ollirjm AdmlniUruSor,  C'ninb r in nd, li. 'J  IJQUOlt ACT, JUIO,  Scciion 42.  NOTIOK is hoioby Kivnn lhat,  mvlio Iki dny of DttMimhor ntixl,  il'plicatiuii^wil] bo mndo lo ilu.-  .iiipoviiv.oiuh'nl of Pruviacial Pol-  u<o fur lunownl of ihn boinl lioi'iioo  lo s������ll liquor by rotuil in lho \u>ui)  Known iim Iiki Mnlaspioii Mnivl,  A ualo ut taind, in lho Province of  liii'ish Oulumbiii.  Itotod tliin H'.h dny of Oolohf-r,  1013,  1'IiKI) TUULIN  Applh.-itltl  ���������LIQUOR A0I\ I'.UO  Boul.iou M,  ������1 \ on  Iiiil,  NOTICE I., l,.,.i,!,>  011 tho let, dny of Duiienibci* nnxt,  nfiplicHlion will bo imid'i 10 tho  H.,|jnrIi.tonihii.i of 1'loviiK-i" 1 Pol  ii.'o for roriiMVul of tho hofdl lien: ov  ������'������ roll liquor by !.'-:l in't.A. !,.>',��������� 1  known iin/h'.i Willmv-' Until, .im-  iilQfttC'iimpl.iill iiivcr, in tin; i'lfi  vinco cf Hrhi. h (Jidumlii 1,  D/ild   i.'ii^ 8U1 (!..y of Oc.uil.i-i.  CHAKLKS tii r 1.1 N  ,.   Api'lioiii.t  NOTICE \i- hereby fiiven Uiat an  Action linu been raised a},'ninsl the  Prudonlinl   A-'f-iirn'iicc    Compnny  Lin.ited, 71 P.onfiuld Street, Oks-  gow, for paymeut, of the turn  of  ������181,   bein}i iho proceeds .of the  Policy No, 'I57.1G with ri id Com  puny on Uio L<f 1. of John .lack, 97  Luiipjandfl Ilo.id, Govnn, Olnngow,  ond that tlu-i ShiniI'f of th" County  of Lanark, ������Scoibind,   ban  ordered  ndv3riii.em.n1l of notice of snid ���������������������  lion by intoi'loenlor, ns; inllowp.���������  (IliiPjiow,   1 Os li Hcplomlipr, 3013.  Jlolds tho fund correctly Muted in  lhe Petition,  nnd   in   ic-peot,   lho  Applicant JPurunora   and     I's'oininnl   iiaiHer,1  havo   consigned  iho fund  in ihi-.  bin dp. if tlm tlleik of Court Exmi  ers nnd diVchiii'KCM thom  of    nil  claims in lhe   notion.    Appoint.:  ini.inini.ion of   llm   Acti.in   lo   bo  made by Advurli'om.'ii..  puhli.bod  once in n Newppnpiir cii'ouliiiinjr, in  Ooifibui'laiid,    Vancouwr   Jftbind,  Briiinh Ciiliimbi:i,C������Mi.'idn. nnd n[i-'  p jntu cliiinniiilfl in  lho   fond   lo  lod-e Mi.-ir i'ln'ima with  ilia.  CPm'Ii  of (Joint  Within ono month  frunj  tluAliHe of ,<nioh iiilvfrtisimionl, and  rendu tho tumi  lo lho ndjusltnonl  roll uf lulh Niivembor 1 oxi,  (Signed)  SV, 0. Hoo'iT Monohikkf  Aftcjin. Mr;Marti;,,  A ti'1!'"' ("*py I-'..M?,  !v. ti-mu" M.cti.i.f n.ilici: i.i );, lYitj  liivoii of Rii.l action und of Bnid in  leili.mitui*.  .OWNDKri A U UN WICK  (ilmf|_u,i, Svdieii-  orfi for Ileal Ilniror.  fin   II   M, IJ  mil  l',i .,1 ,.1, ic\:  NO'J'|i:Kii  lirr.by Rivfi-i Ili>a   n',   tho  llryl llii'i lh]j,'"l' t i������     " lit '.I" in.iA'iin-  iiiinili hi iii i'f Un* Oity r>!" ('.iiiilicrliiinl, \> ..������������������  inli'i it (a> i ,!j,ly fa.;' :\ ui, ��������� vi! f [\ . hut-  0! .in i.n- In-ill by mi   fin- Um V.n,il.un>  llnll'l, a.illl.'(tla,| |l|) ini ft, l.Joi'lc ,'l   Cnuil 1.1  Ifiiul Tn'-i'i hil.\  Ml'YA']] DA MONTH  -lOM'l'll  lOi'.AiJ.'O  l),.Uvl iVob r WIJi, iDi.'.  WOTJCE is hereby given tliat at di%  uexL meet ing cf Jhe boiwft of Lire: a. 0 m  inifljioiiorH nf the Ojty of ��������� ( umU'.-i-'nnd, I  i toml to 11 ply fi-r flVone-'iiJ <if .Mi. hotel liuoiiKO hold by niu for tbo \V������v 1 ly  Ko'eJ, situated ou lot!_, blo.'t !t, Cumlior  laud Townsite.  FRANK ..ALL03  DaU'd tliisSOlh d.yol' bet, lilia,  Moiicc is hereby given tb.it .it ihe  ne\'a meeting of ihe Hoard of License  Commissioners I iniiaid lo npply for n.  reniiw.il of ihe hotel license lickl by nn;  for ibe New Unylaiul I fold, situated on  block J, lot ,3, C'lmbp.rl.ind Tmvn,siOi,  JO.Sl.1'11 WALK KR  Daictl Oct, 2Q1I1, 191 j.  NOTICK is hereby y,iven tliat ru dm  next inwliinf of the I_o.ii<l of License  Cciiiiini-sio'KTs uf the Ciiy of Cumber-  lnnrl, 1 iiio-iid 'o npply for n rcni'w.il of  the hold Hcens'j bcltl by pie for the  "Kiii������! Cif.ori.i!" Hold, siiuaieo on lm %  bind.' 7, Cutnbei'lui'.d Tuwh-iuo.  VICTOR  HCNOUA,  Hiiliial tliii S9.'n d.iy 1 if Oi.!,, 191,-1,  yUl'lDli. is lienliy i;.ivt'ii vIihi tit, tbo  next i)i.'d;'f' nl Hi-* lio'i'U A 'A,'"!'!1.!  tJuiir.iii-.jif' n.i nf lli" Citv of (.'in,1* -.  liiinl, 1 Inlaid to ap, Iy )',���������*��������� 11 retmvd > t tlio  'VhotiiHiilu li.pioi' lic.'iMi lii-ld ly i���������(.. ill-.  anted un lot I'i, blook' (>, CiniihoiT.iid  rowu-ilo.  l)Dli'dih;n_mh d.y of Oh... lOl'i.  NUTlCli iu i 1 hou'wy ;.iv n ilrO- tu tlm  noxt iiu'iitlng if IIkj Dotird nf IAj;m."i  Coiniui.-'fl. Nirrn of tlm City if Ijiimb.i*.  bml, I Irlend lo njij.Jy f<.,j* u rorewttl ot  die who'tH k lii|unr ll-jorHo huliUiy mo  ������u b|������(.'Ji lf>. b'l (I, f.'iiitiiii"k"J '( "V.Jui,  ri������.!,T MITP'.i.VJTO.  IV1P1I tliln '."Jlli ...iy of Oat., VJl'ft.'  NOTICK ii iicrehy id.un thut ui lho  iu.\t iiicciiutj of thi' tioiiid it Lic.fJiif.e Com-  ii.iii-iimi'M nf tii.- ">ly nf i'ic ii'���������'��������������� ;i, I  uli'iid to npp y b'l' 11 I'onewiil 1 f Mil* hfiU  o' iii'oiwi Imhi by uu* tor dm (,i'.nib������H.,iiiil  Hon I, fihmlid imlot I, block <i, Cuin'������r-  I il lit I 'J'CVIIHI'I.',  WILLIAM MajllliriKM).  0'iiiv) I'lpSiwhip'yir'),' ,. ".n:i.  ill" llhilil;/,    ','i;.liil irul fli'itin ll''J   'li   !'������������������'���������  jmiui'ni'ii, ������,r,rim) Weii'stiri,/.. l.'.n-y. 'o0.������ .*'; ��������� .������������������  i-li'i.ili'iliivn n ������������������' I'lf'i'it/ i'lti-rii.- I 1,". .'.  iVIi'jiJS inr b. ���������", ub. f 'i'f'.,   in"nMilji)i..i  ' :.x  Ml '... - ,    ��������� '  '-*    *   ",  ('I.'''.!''.(;;. . ��������� -   i>',������i 1' i���������   ���������k-i W; ���������,..��������� ;,'."; v-Aiti i.Ww'is.r.i.    ...  ��������� (', ...<���������. l������ ,i>,,������i������.: *-',%oti ,\A,i K  B"*lft.8<rf������i tihttittiiMifiiMmt&it^ sjiiWiwrtawvitaiiiiW ���������<W*ym*������SrttfV^i,^ifw^uM_ii). mt$ THE NEWS. CT73.nJET������T,A,NTD. fl. C  .,. w _.,.i,ir^i',  ��������� WIH>1>I������I������,IT>IIII|I  B_CTilRiuqifliNM  k  __*  .Jf'ftAa  liSRm  X-  ""best- yeast in the world.  DECLINE THE NUMEROUS INFERIOR  IMITATIONS THAT ARE BEING OFFERED,  AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS AT ALL EXPOSITIONS  E.W. GILLETT   COMPANY   LIMITED.  WINNIPEG      TORONTO ONT.      MONTREAL  ���������������.  Disconcerting  Th. T.tnppraueo Soci.ty was lo  meet, thai afternoon, Mrs. .'I'hlUyo-.l.s  dreasiVl in a hurry, iuul 'came pauling  downstairs., "She was a very fuL wo-  nian,  Ailillc, run .in io tbo room nnd got  my bluo rortftto���������Uio u-mporaiico  biubv*. slie illroclcd tin* iiinlil. 1 Imvo  fo-TRor.lcn ii. Vdi; will .':now it Ad-  dlo���������blue ribhon and .<>old l.ti/jriup..  V03, miiHi, .. know.-, ii  well Aiou&li.  Addle oould I'.in. mul, but sho know  a bluo ribbon with ;;obl leiloi'lns'  when s'.in huw it, and tln'rctorc' bad  'Ao ir.nibli; in 'imlliija; ii. iuul I'usieitoil  it, promptly on Uie dress of hor nils-  Iress.  Mrs.  I'lilllpoiis was tt><. biuiy Rro.t-  Uii.n" lu1" Vrli'iids io idiMcrve llmt. Ihey  smiled  when tlicy  shook builds Willi  lit'i* -.loin.; ni" ilifiii ;ilm������!si Jmislied.  The  nold  U'lu-ri-n  on   tho   ribbon j  1'i'iid: !  Iloii.-iii-nanuli l,iuilir\ ribiiw. ' First  I'lizf - Hanlaiii.  HIS PROPHETIC DREAM.  Not Like Patients  ���������oldi doclor,  now  to ilit  up-m u day's  obc Fount! n Way  Sho. is ii r.sou rooful scboolieavbei*  in one of onr suburb.!, and supporls  ber mother and  thrcf   young .iHtci's"  A S'-oidi doctor, now lo Uie gun,  Adi'i'iituri A ej������-m ii day's rabbit shoo!  i i'.'.  ' CIi.'i.-'m] bv tiio ferrols, bih'.ny was a ! on her by no men lis muiilt.coiil' sal-  raUicr uni-ik iiiovinf.  lar^t, end  tlio>ary.   Last week hor mother callod lier  medim was nol. in_eti:.{.; with tbo aur- <ip by leloplioite.  cess lu- niitieipalcd. Listen, wailed tho. old lady, a. whole  "linn.; it. all, man! Im ixclaimed im- heap of relatives in coming to supper  liatmiul'a' lo tbo koop.r who '.omoiu- to-morrow evoning'. J will liavo to  paniod 'him. ihe.-:o bcasi.-i are loo mako a cake or somctltliii. and I havo  quid-afor, nm. ^ I not an .e_rs in Uio    lia.n....   And    the  'grocer von', trust u_ any more, and  Aye, doctor, Uie pawky .keeper replied, but ye surely didn ������ exppot (hem  tae lie st'il like yer initio:.ts to ye  kill rhein.    ������������������ , .  money until next,  there won't bc any  week-, and���������  Never mind mo'ther��������� i'i; settle' II,  answered tiie yoims teacher, cheerful-  Jy. Then sh. turned a^ain lo' hor  i.'lass. ,    ,  Now, children, siio said, to-morrow  will be tbo beautiful story of Colum-  ���������nermir" then. to. To be rid or ilium I1���������" an<1 hoW he.-mdJ tlvo egg Htiiud  and spare Um child suiT.rins, use''011 oiub VmcIi of you will please brin.e  Miller's Worm Powders. Thoy ������������������������..'.���������'������ can in school fo-mo-row, Ihu  correct ibe  ''rrtain mo-'bid conditions-musri. exist in  the stomach, and intestines to  encourage worms, and they wiil exist j  a8  lonj.   as  these  morbid  conditions..,  use  will  digestive h-resiila.ilies by  destroying the worms, conditions fav-  .rabio to wonns will disappear, aud  Minard's Llnln.ent Relieves Neuralgia  ___________   ������������������ J  A Good .Joke  't'lic Lio I', T. lini'iuiu had a keen  sense of Jiuiuor, ami delighted to play  a practical joke on all and sundry.  Keene, llm nren I American tragedian, was playia., Itlclmrd .il iu tsuii  -Y.'iiieiseii in tin* -same time as the  Only and Original (I-reaiest. Show on  Uarih, was. in the clly.  Ono night, when the .well-known  sentence wan uitcmi. A horse! a  horse! iny kingdom for a horse! out  from the wings there issued forth a  (iiiadrured that struck the audience  lainnb���������a. veritable living' skeleton,  with disjointed, knees, ixtvi striped  with all th- colors of Ibo rainbow. A  largo card, beariiw. Ihe legend: How't.  this,- soiuiy':'--!'. T. lbinuim, was fastened above .lie animal's her..!.  ft-was the best ad, I'. T. ever is-  stio.d;. but it. cost.' him > hundreds o'f  dollars to sipiare ���������things.  ass is dismissed.  iho child will have no  fvoiii ilia: cause.  more suffering;  THE FALL WEATHER  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  No Return ���������  Uocs your  wife make your money  go far? '  I judge so.     .N'onc of,if, has  . i         ,  ! CV(ir (.uni0 ]yAtfti iim! l know of.    " ������������������  Tbrei-  American   artisirf   were   lell-  ln_,' tall tales about their work.  The oilier day,''said one, b>painted  .1 little deal board in���������iiiiiiatiou of marble   wiih   Hiich   remarkable  accuracy j  that, on heiiii. thrown juto tho water i , ,  it imnicdiately sank lo the bottom,    i ��������� (.'anadi'in ful*/ wc-alhor is extremely  KiuiiU; said another. Yesterday i|bard on lit.ilo/ones. One day it ia  mm:; mv thermometer-on ibe easel' warm and brig'hl and the next wet  support!nr, my view of The Volar' reg-   and    coW*   -ThcBlJ   siuldcn     changeb  ion iL-Vpll-iii;���������oii_iL i.weiilv  dfirreei* I bring on cold.s, cramps and .-olio and  below  free/aiis" poii'.i, "     ' j vrnieg'S"_iJin3y's~llctlT���������Ktom.iolr-is���������Ifeiit-  All that is'nothing, rcjiiaiked lhe ! ri=hf tho resul- may be serious. There  ihint di-tist in conclusien. My port-!is nolhin������ to cflu:i1 Dahy's Own Tab-  rait of a prominent, .Yew York million- lc'ta il* keeping tho little ones well,  ���������lire was so lifelike thai ii. had io be I TllP-v  sweeten  the stomach,' regulate  Curious Story of a Warning That Cam*  From Slumberlaml.  The followlug prophetic dream wu*  rein ted hy tbo president of a, th.a.i!o;_-  leal seminary:  It bud been the custom ofoue of-the  professors to Invito ull the slndi'iits.  with nienibers' of Ibe fneiiliy, lo diii,  ner ai a hotel ou the minimi TIuiiik.s-  jflvlii*. day, On llm nimiiiiijjf uf Dial  day the wife of this professor suddenly  fell dead in her drebslny. room at M  o'clock.  'l'hat iiienilnvi! tit 7 o'clock one of ibo  -Indents woke up from a bad dream,  lie h.'td dreamed Mint lies'tl down v,lll_  the usual company nt the TlinuUs.  glvlu-.; dinner nml "tliat Immediately  one of Ida follow fdiuleiil. rose in bin  place, saying (bat it was lils painful  duly to announce to tbo company Unit,  (ho wife of Iheir Jiost. bad suddenly  died at 3 o'clock that morning.,   "  This dream, howovor, lie luul instantly bituished'from his mind ;u, an  unc'iimy probability und hnd ttiouj*lit  no "iore about It. Uni. on goliif. .to  the fllnuer anil laking his seat wild  the company he was iiTispeaknbly  amazed to see the student seen in tho  dream riso and lo bear him make tho  announcement made in the dream.���������  Ms than go.  IN A^ y-'r:-^^^Sr^^^\  EASY TO USE ', ���������"''' ���������  :!V&^-l^^fe-^^'l���������  GOOD FOR THE SHOES : '���������:r������| |;*ji-;!v.;'.,:i5,M!;,:i,i;..;?i|.^V,��������� r:-'.  Yes, my dear fellow, every nia.ii, ha,1,  his price-- . i ' ' '  Oh.1 indeed:    And     whal.    do    you  m mine?   ���������  thinlc  Oh,  you just give yourself away.  X  sliavrrt  twice a  wool  Minarrl's Liniments'Cures Burns, Eta  j tlie bowels, break np colds ancl make  ! baby thrive. The Tablets aro sold by  | medicine dealer.-; or by mail at 25 cents  I a box from Tho Dr. Williams' iUodicind  ! i.'o.. P.roekville, Out.  his  lad  meanness  was carry-  Tbe Lincoln Higliway  Toronto, Onl'.���������A. .'I. II. Kkbardt. of  '107 iNMagara street, has written a letter to W, ti.  Koberlson, secretary of  the   Ontario   .Motor   League  biro,  in  'j which lie urge's lo assist in the build-  lojiiin of thf* Lincoln Highway, sotidlnf  ! contributir.ns   to-the  naUonal   lu  bo-  Scored  Mr. Hma.'i. was a I'ery t.esly old follow, and (here was one. ibing be Juit-  oA n.or,', another and that was to  be caught  ,lapping.     ' As   a.    eonsc-  .uoi'.co be wm always very suspicious  nf any deed or wor.l lhe full nicanin  ;if .a'bicb be j.,uld nol grasr.  A  fow days   .���������';,/ he paid a  visit L., ,   ,  rhe 7,00, and being fond of animals,! contributir.ns to the national head  was greatly interested, and sonn Wn:! nuartors in l")el:ot," Michigan *"  info conve.sation wiih one of iho! causo ho declares, the Liucolu fligh-  keepers. A verv eiiterlniiiing chat'^ay will benellt Ciimidinns far more  .'Misiied,    j ��������� than, residents  i;i   many  sections  of  As .Mr.  -.mart waa about to leave jthe United States,  the keeper turned to him and nsked:!     "I   ������"������   wrl-ii",'   the. i   lines,"   days  Mr,   Wkhardt, "to iufor.-.i you that. J  Jinve received from tlie Lincoln .Uigh-  way Associmioi. n circular asking for  $���������   each   from .motor car cwners  to  help build u hlgkwi'*, from Uio Atlantic to  t.he  Piicllh:  uud  asking:   Will  yon  belli".'     Thin ii   a worthy enterprise,    I il>.' not think ilieve is a Canadian' but. who would appreciate mni.  j lug a trip from .the Kasl, to rho I-ncl-  j lie ('cast ove-, this highway,   f myself  I have siuir. li  chorine for Hn nud will  1 lake pleasure In riding owr if some  j i lime   If  uverylV ing  slays   well   wiib  He Lost  A golfer note! for  noticed that a strange  iug his clubs.  You're not the boy  I have  usually  had, he said.  No.  sir, replied   Uie  lad;   you  see  we  tossed who'd  bo caddie i'or you.  Oh,-l see, hiiid tiio golfer, and you  won'.'  ���������Js' Q-,���������a ns w &!���������<���������>{] ub. y ca ft ft ia,^soiii'o.w���������  fully, I lost  A Thorough Pill.���������To clear the  stomach aud bowels of impurities  and irritants is necessary whon their  action is irregular. 'The pills.lhat will  o this'' work thoroughly aro Farmc-  lee'a VegetabL.- Pills, which are mild  in action but migli-y in resuKs.They  purge painlessly and effectively, and  work a permanent cure. Tbey can be  used without fear by the most, delicately consfit'.ate.l, an ihero uro no  painful effects preceding tl.olr gentle  operation.  Ity Ibo way, si)', have you seen our  lack-faced  antelope?  ���������    There,   thought  the  old  jeiil,  mi .'iiti'iupi io 'have him.'  Ko, sir, In.- -.'..piled, stiffly. 1  no!, Ma..' I ask wiih whom il  thai  villi' black-faced aunt elopfi  was  uive  Wl,.-'.  A   Needle   In  a   Haystack  A boiile of liny was formerly inueli  thuift In Derbyshire, Knglaud, and probably i.i so still, to denote i. bundle of  buy, which was taken from a rick lo  redder eat lie In a Iich     'When it, was  dllllc.'.iii.   to   llnd   any Lb Ing   thai  luul, l111;'   ,.,.'.  been Iiihi. the I'urn.sr folk were wont1    OhIh'I'1 ������r tlirl  I iippreebue llm op-  to'say;  Von mav us well hunt fur it ; l"i'nmily - to Hiibserlhn  to a  linid  In;  as I'ur'ii needle in a Iml tin of hay. j nimnory of such a gruml man as Aliru-1  Some limes ihe'rope tied round IheA'i'in Lincoln, who was, lo my wuy ol ���������  hay li.ni a pi'cc i.f wo.'.d wllh an eve ! thinking, one of the greatesL Kngllsb J  In'ii  at  Uie (ml. ihrmigh  which  (lie j H.'caknig men e\or born, tlieimin who.  rope was pusM'd In tb, nn Uie liuiiilli>: almllrtliofl  slavery  In Amerieti.  Think  mIii.mi point, at llm other cud,'bow   t nnadlans  will   appreciate   Hits  m pb'i.'i.' ol wood mav have hern j MlfiliWiiy.     Automobile owners lu the  She Avas giving orders at express  rate, for lliey were manned; and lie.  as a rule lhe mo-1 meek and submissive of men, was like the proverbial  worm, beginning to Turn,  Uo you lliitik, bo inquired, that'you  rule the whol   of the universe?  Xo, she snapped, bin, | rule tlio  Ilrst letter or ir,  His Mistake  llenham:--The doclor says thrre's  something the matter wllh my head,  Mrs. lb- -You don't mean lo say you  paid a doclor to lell you Unit?  ,'Md you attend th  I did,  And was il. us Immora  bron led lo hope?  terrible  piny'.'  us you bad  SYMBOLS  IN  ARITHMETIC.  Origin of tbe Plus, Minos, Multiplication and Division Sicjns.  When you mako Uie sign of -f In s  problem of addition, pcfe'ips you do  not know tliat yon arc really using tiio  first letter of tho word "plus"  In '&'  somewhat altered forih.   'At ti rat tha  capital letter 1' was used, but as It  was madeimore and ittcro quickly ard  carelessly tlio top part of tbo letter  -became merely a horizontal line drawn  ��������� across tbo edge o* lhe vertical.  The sign used In subtraction bas even  a stranger history. Tbe word minili  was first shortened into "mus," with  * horizontal .ine above to indicate th.  contraction; after awh"'e on'ythe letter m, wiih tiie line above It, was user!,  and finally the letter was dropped, nr.d ]  now we have oiily the hastily mado |  horizontal line. '      ��������� |  As mulliplicafioriaU but a short form  of additim:, the pins sign was turned  sidowlso into a character resembling  tho letter X.  Division was formerly indicated bf  j_*]acing_tlio dividend above a horl-  Kohtal line and the divisor below. In  order to save space- in printing'' tb������  dividend was placed to the left and  the divisor to the right, with a simple  dot in place of each.���������Youth's Cora-  .pardon.   -  "Either" and "Neither."  .There.are two or.three things about  ,tliese two words that ono should ro-  liuembcr.' In the Orst place, they should  never be used in connection with morn  llian two things���������as: "It was either  Tuesday or Wednesday," not ''eltlicB  Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday:" "it  was neither Tuesday nor Wednesday."'  not "neither Tuesday, Wednesday nor  Thursday." . Then, either should not tin  used in the sense of each, as "tbey  walked on. one on cither nido of lhe  road." It should bo one n "each"  ��������� side of the rond. The third caution Is  about tlio pronunciation. Some pcr������  sons insist that thoy should bo pro-  noujieed "1-lhor" nnd iil-tlicr,"- with  the "1" Ion;*, Hut till" ts moro an af������  fectntiou perhaps thnn anything elne.  Tho" best, authorities ��������� nsreo that tha  right pronumiiilion > "o-lher" imd  "iio-tlier."-Ncw York World.  and a  and Ui  ciilli'd a .tcfdle; If su a needle of tl  Mud  may  havn  bt-mi   refeirul   to  the  ���������iri'ViTblii!'' MiyJii1,'  In  Here's a clunce  for you to buy  your range from  the factory nncl  save 30%��������� to  buy il on easy  terms and lo get  the very rnngc  yon would chooje, even if you  had lo pay (lie retail price.  Our free book shows you  'tf'l. '���������������! d������ t\i"- It lilr������     ll rl������.  ���������etilifi ficb point rlf.atly, nnd wd  Biu.������nle_ our rung* ito ba juit  at rtpreienleil.  Vou nlgl.r u wfll uv* (lif r^ttil  profit.   Miil the coupon lo-tliy.  Dominion  Range  JPolitl.������J  tlre.1 body���������  unVtikiblt  donti and  catting* ���������  ^ leiulifully  ^ nicktlled  e������������i<������  %^  Milleible.   ^At  tletl Ranft Mff. ^^  tf.. limilcl, Bl.iwi. ^^  Pride  Ml  Nimt   Aiitltt-..  Cull of Credit  ^<t%    Vrtigtai  ��������� ^"   ^_*J  Soutlii'i'ii Sdites, o'r .MI-'dilKiin or Mln-  nes.iln   have   tm  inure  rlji'ht   tci  nub-  scribe   lu  lhe  highway  thnn   (laniu!-  iiiiid.     Another iviihuh why tJniiiiilliiiirf  idlould   ii|i|ir.,eiaie   Ihln   IiIkii   way  in  . liM-nu-i' ii will bn inipoi-'jiibli'. for Uan-  j .niu in build ii  mold.' highway wll.'.i  .lhe Hiil,';!i eiiiinlry In eoiileiid v.'Ill) be.-  itwei'ii  Toi'iiiiln  ii.iii   W'liiulfK'j'a',  conill-  ,' lluiln   111,(I   ,' I'.'   llui   Uie   suiile   ill   ihe  l'niled .-li.iieH.  I  ivoidil HKe lu    ������ec    lhe    Lincoln  ' ll!.",hv,"iiy   ;ii*o|ii.-'lt!i u   briuu;bi   n.   lhe  |'lUeiiiluii iif ilie dllTerent iiiolm* cliilm  ui' (Vi'i.ul.i nml   I  feil  ((iiiiuient  thu  i ('iiiiiiill'in  |ieuj)li:  will  look upon  Ibbs  | mibji ei    u  ;i   very  :;.'iii'i-i������iis niiinner.  A'uiiiiiliiiii.-i m'.II be ir.mili I'lo-.ii' iu thl-i  Mi'i'iil bljiliwuy  /ci uf Ibe lru  ...,, .t.i .i  t  f-l'lltlilU  roniii.  i  ei| H  l'.i.  bi.ni   wlUiii  ! .-tn  lhe iiiei'iiKO elll-  lltl'la,  I'i   nil  ' ii in writ  . i..(i,  .,-.���������  !."J    llf   fl'il-l  Why  Boil Engincfc. i  Thf"  !-\vei-l   ymni'.: Uiliii! wns  belnul  a'linwii Un'i'ii'-'h tbi' |i,<'iiinuiU.������  I'.'iicl;-. I  Whin   i-i    Uun     tiling .'    i-lie     ;|a,lai':l i  P'llni'nn w'.rl-jj her ,i!i:a������ul. '  Thut,. nil.-w I'fil  Un-    eubb',    I .a    ; n ,  '���������nuliii'  bulli'i'. i  She  \\;isi  un   iipalii-ibiie  .' ii.ii'"  liuly  iMid ul   mice  bi eiiine   lnli'le.'U t|.   And j  why   tie   they   lmll   ( IK-Ui".-'.'   isli"   In-  unii'iil iiL'.nii, !  Ti-   lll.'llal'      Uie      limine   lelhl.'.'.      |M-'  I...-,- i" i'i-.- .i iiii .. ��������� .,,'. ��������� i*,i. .,:,       !  IndolPf.t  ..I  i/7.  M   U   f. 4  .'i 'j  i:r<  ;, i-i   i.i.  <'in !���������  till-   (:���������  llu   ll.lt.li.   Ull  11  l.i'.i',   ,i:vl  I        I    l.ltl.a        ill  Whr h.'."h;  b,v.'  ji ii'i'  it-  I.'  ��������� all-  ti  foul. .-;iid  > i, r ...    I   ������������������ i'  .���������ii 'i.��������� i  <l; <". i tt ne! I  ll     !l!   '     ,     V   ll'     fa'I-.lV.'  Wom COULD  NOT WALK  She Waa So HI���������Restored to  Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound.  TVnlwnti'r, Mli'h, ���������"A jn������nr hro I waa  trery weak llnd the doctor Haiti I had a  nerious ill(iplui*������-  ment,   I had bnek-  iiclie and bearliifj  down fiftin.s ao bad  Uml I enulil not sit  in r cliftlr or wnlk  across the floor unci  I wiih in sevcrn pain  nil the time.   I felt  rii^eonrojji-'d at I had  tuken i������ very thing I  could think of mid  WU;, nn   belter.    I  Ik^ao liihi'.t*: l.yd'u K. ThiDiiUii'x Y;g-  I'labbi (.'Hiiiiimind und now 1 niu strong  nnd Ju'dltJiy."���������Mm. Ar.rcr: ft.ttu.m'i,  U.V.ft. No. 2, Box 77, IVntwiitei. Mleh.  ItPiiilWhiil AnolherWontuti snys:  Vonrln, IN.���������"I Imd such backncluM  Unit I i."itild hardly stan<1 on iny f������������i������t. I  would feel IHci cryhi.r out Iot.t of titties,  und luul uiirh a heuvy fei-linj. in tny rlp;ht  fidt*. i hud siiidi lerriblo dull !ieiidiu'lia.?R  every duy und tli������*y would moke nie feel  no d'.'i-v.'.'y -xad il-'i>py nil ilu: llui", yt I  could not ab'i'p at nluht,  "Al'U-rl bud tntv'"ii f.ydiur.riu'uiiuiii'i  VVfjetable .('���������inip.iunii ii we.-k I be^nn to  improve. My baeknclie v.'.i' b-t nud  th.'it berivy f<'<'liii[f in niy side went  uway. I continued to t&\oi tlm Coin-  jv-'Wid am! .in nir,������d.  " Wi u,A'j ',,'.:.M-]\ L!iv_ if y..u "/f !i."  ! -.Mi."������i Cimi'.iK L. (JAbWMZ, H.lt, >i������. \,  I Box ia, Vv.i'ln, III.  ' J    .'-'.leh J.':tt"M prove thn valu* r.f F,y,!i;i  nit   V.. I inkh.ir.i'-. Ver.diibl.' ('tim.iound (nf  Sly Old CoiTimodor},  "When Coramodoi'o Viuiderbllt wns  alive," snya n New Vork Central olll-  clul, "die boiird of tllroclora of tho  New i'or); Central used to llnd (heir  work nil cut out for them wlieu ihey  met. AH they hnd lo do was to ratify  hl.i plana nnd, adjourn, Yet tbey bud  their ii.stvt. dep.i������Ionnlly a man would  come to him wllh some BehcPio which  lie did not   ire to refuse outright,  ���������* '.My dlrenlors nro n dlflh'tilt body  of men to imiulle,' ho would nay. 'I'll  siilimlt lt lo 'em, but 1 wurn you that  Uiey nm Inird to iiuiiinA'c,'  "Tliia iimtler would bo submitted to  the bo.ird wlien It assembled and  promptly rejocled.  '��������� 'There,' the commodore would say  when bin visitor en me to tenm tho ro������  Bull", 'I did thu best 1 oould. tint r  told you In mlrnneo that my director*  were nn obstinate loU"'  It Is Obtainable.  He was yoiiii':. though of a Berlotis  turn of tnlud. Conversitilon waa )a\i'  tt!iiK, mid she wits otiniestly lion Ine tii>  would tnl.'ii his leave. Uer imisliiK.i  were liilornipled, liowevur, by 111 ui  nslilng:  "Uo yon think perfection I.s ever .ie������  tnallv ntlnliind In Ihln lifo, Miss AlleoV"  "Yes," she nnswered quickly, "sntn-  puopio bi'i'i.iiiie |m.fei.t Loic-j."���������L*ct.t't.-r  Nopnbllcaii,  Tlu Worried Widower.  '  "lie says hhi penr children need nn*  oibfr inutin.f.  ���������"J'lien why does n't he tnko one.  home to thon)"'''  "It renins thai the flilldreu pay Hi.  rent, and lliey i������n> very lirinl to eoir  vln^e,"���������KTi'hiume.  PETER aTANSEN   COMPANY  pralu Commission  MercliaiU. Wlnnrpcfl, M-inltoJwi  MiUrc Ja lis Lading voad: 1'orl A-.y.nv or Fort William.    rotiCy ivcei- Jaiiacn  <.o., AVlnnlppK.  Lllj������r..l Advances Prompt Returns , ' .BeRt' r.������,-..i������q  *w* w ������. v \s ^���������-Srf' \.  The Old, Reliable  Cunard Line to Europe  Established 1840  <, CAMADA TO EUROPE  (direct) Carrying   one  Zeiss' Cabin   and  Third  Class.  ANDANIA-ALAUNIA  ., NEW 1913���������13,100 TONS EACH  '  S'EWiEST   VESSELS   IN   THE   CANADIAN   SER'.'ICfc"  a.  f,        ���������  S  " .  _____  .       "    ."          '     " MAGNI-ICENT APPOINTMENT!?.  s   Lounge,  Gymnasium, Urawlno Room,    Gmoking    Room,    i"'pen    .ind    Covered  ���������������������������,������������������  13no tuen ad es Sna cLoii s_Stateroomw    ASCANlX  10,000 TONS  (Nc.v  (1911)  Tlio Cmiru'il Vino lias tuns b<?i  pnsHensei' auiwinniodailon,. nnil ii  tlio f'uiiadinn .sorvioo ir,a'mt:iln IV.  From Montreal'to London .  (via PlymoHlli'  NOV.   1���������AUSONIA  NOV.   15���������ANDANlA  NOV.  22���������ASCANIA  From Portland to London  l''ur piirlluiilar.s ot snilinrH and  .   New Yoi-k,  The Cunar    Ste.imship Co.,  AUSQNIA  .   " 8,000 TONS  iNcw  1309)  a  famou. i'or  tli������ o cm Tor   an.i luxury ol". lis'  i ihln, uh In oilier rcsiiccls, the steamers of  liijtb vci'iiiiitloii of tlio Li), pany.  From Portland to Liverpool  (\;ia Qiiooiistown)  ALAUNIA, DEC. 9  Special Christmas Saillno  via Plymouth, Ausonla, Dec,  1_  soi'vlccs from Montrpii,   I'ortland,  llostcni ami  apply to Local Agents/ or  Ltd., 304 .Main Street, Winn!p'et|  \^%y\ .^v S\.r  \/aj������a /^. ���������*a>2^_.  ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR RETURNS ?  IF NOT, SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO  Canada Atlantic Grain Co., Limited  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  Grain   Exchan���������i>      ���������       ���������      Wli.i.lpeo,   I an,  Licensed���������Bonded ��������� ��������� " Established   1910  for Brightness  hAMiUM, and Lightness.use  BLACK WWKNIGHT  A Paste I *  ^   I No Dust  NoWaste I the ?.?. Dalley Gt ltd.Hamilton.Ont.I No Rust  FARMERS  Can ntavayn ni.ik* ������ure of oeltl������a tho hl.liest |irlo������i for WHEAT������ OAT8,  DARLEY nnd FLAX, by ohlpplnn their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR nnd havlnn shein cold on commlBslon.by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  ������     THE  WELL'KNOWN   FARMEnb'  AOliNTS  ADDRESS   700.703  V..   Qf*w\IN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEO  The Wlddor'a Pig  Mlko .Miii'ithy wan tiiUnu to tusk hy  IiIb Hplritusil mlvl������nv for Iiim'Iiib Hlnloii  1 Widow Mnlntioy'i pl������. Tlio rvlilonuo  iifliiliiat .MIKij wan tin lUn-rt iuul ikihI-  llvo Unit It was worn* tluin iiu-Ioks for  1 him I" Aony iho crliiif. iuul ln> IUIoikhI  with (lownciiHt. oyct uiui liiunli mooli-  noHri tu ii well-ilf.soi'voil liviture fioni  tiio prlosl. ,ipon tho wh-UeilnoHH (������r the  thort ho I.ml i'()iiiiiilr.roil, till the rov-  erond (.I'lilloiniin uski'il him wlmt ho  would sny on tho Day of ,Tu,J_.moiit,  whon lio itlioiilil bo confrotitod Ity Mrn.  "..'.,.:., " ::';.'] h"<: ] I" A\<>n hr> iiri'tht-  oiu'd up at n Hniip'y IIiohkIiI. and said:  Ami yo guy that Uio i.ir'U ti. liioru  nnd   MiH,   Mahnioy'll   bo   ihoro,   too,  jiiiinj*, wI'.iimhoh uf.alln=t y������m.     What  ! I rcpoal, onu yon spy In such a pn."  I M,1 111.'(.���������'.'  1      V...     ���������'.���������."���������.".'"*    !'"������     i;    \\'ii1ov   Mp.  Iwiioy, tlion-'s yor jiiu. t.iKo It.  TIM ThlnoB Get Settled  .fo'linnlo, I don't bollcvo you'vo Html- '  bul your AooKi'iipliy?  No. unnn; I lionril pa ������ny tbe nittp  of Uio world wuh oliuiiKltiK ovory u.i.v  uml I UioiiKltr I'd wait, a tow Anyt mul  moo If Milan's Kot tiiiU.lo.il.  w.nir-n'-i V.\    Why do.l'l j'uJ  IVI  Her Rsvon Hair.  "f-'iill'O    lifiVI������l|sls   lliMl'f    Iitinw    wb*ll  fhoy'iT tuiMiu; aii'iif. I Ir r i-*������ out- -il^  .pi'iil-!* of ;i f:lrl'.< 'ravou luilr,'"  "Wliiit'.s wtoiiz wlUi II':"  "All wroi.x. I'lU'i-n1? dnii't wenr Inir,  fhoy ivoai- fontbfi'*!"���������IJi'ti'laOOi Mcr*  rnry.  Tt It Uio mrrit.v, nnd f.ptriUn.1 nltl-  liido witli rli.oh i'i;"! inoi-ot. n rrlsl.-i ui  life wiil ii m:.!.i ���������* li.i. *cr;_.;������ o������i* of ������������������*���������-  V..','' f.r 'JrlV.lt.  Mrs, .llifgoi'ii hud u toloplunio from  .IIwt.i Unit ho wat doliilnoil down-  town on bualiuw, Iliivln.'; ciin.ol.':.  Ilmnily road tbo luutii<i'oti������ ooltiiiiioi nf  Lho dully i>upi.T. Mi'H, .1. wnil io I im  olllou to Und out alKuiL li, anil h.ivh  uiioui.li Jt, was all true. Uo wu. do*  iaiii������:il n>   uii.iiiu'.T.-a.  .\y ���������.r.inrtinoUi'M' l-i diTid. :=ii\d ���������'r-  ollloi' boy and I'd Ilk" the iifiorinon  oft io ro. to, tho I'unoval. Anil ti;!-������  alao wan u fin'l,  1 woar iiillnbor thro, huiioi*, siihi ilio  yoiiup: lady lo tlie hIioo oUrk, and mi  flU'Uli'l'  lii\ohii-..uiuli  \Uf ru-iii   '.iMti.i  Unit Aw did. '  T:������ tho '.'iidor of a b.unb juoiilurlv  f.pokon .if in Uio local y t,t iho \vornt  In novoii dlffornit imiiitlf'ia, thoro  oiu-o I'liino n mini with a renuost llmt  ^ Yi H:V Uin^^:7\no i   '" wlU.oi.un..-rM..��������� wl,,,,,,,;, vAn..it\  jh |r. a mHlia->  lun-'ial .tskul tho j   hy lhUlAWo Ql. lrn,Kukf BeUoll of  'l Nh������"j,i all. wt- Hu- rrpij. My row '���������   [h������������f^ ������f ������V-t������������H u,���������l i-ll������ii-  iu  was no military mai,;  hi fad bo\   ^i");vT("rti,i!* .*! ������'���������" v",! ..ift^inij  was uewr |iiL*M'iaii d !i������ nu.nria juill-  tiiry     Ni'witlW'l. hm,   ii   w'.ik   bis   <������\-  Di-i���������'.���������'.,   wlt-li   that   yonr   band   idiinild  Successful  and totmprovolhj/,viU'r;il lioalth-.  ..lay at  liii4  (uii'-rul.  P.,.-   b..id V   ''��������� ':"   '.'inr'*,'",1d  ���������'"���������'   I'nt-  li-l-A'l.  (,   lll'.it    ..ll^   lie   .'.skOll.  Wv,  ivf.|Kiiii|i il   llu- n:l,' ���������'.  I).'  '-.��������� vant'-tl .������. ijH.������l>   in '������������������.>��������� ji!.i.  I - f.ot.J  7.'-'<'- li" ������':"1  ���������aia I  to:  8  I  _tj OV.IJ *)'  THE NEWS. CmrBERLAND, B. Q  The Army of  Constipation  l* Growing Smaller Every Day,  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  rcjponsible���������-tlicy not  only give relief���������    J  lliey peimanentlj  ane Constipation,   M  lions use  llicml'or  Mops.  ������������.', Indigestion, Skk Headache, Sallow Skin.  bmall.Pill, Small Dote, Small Pries,  Genuine mint bear Signature  5^  Tne Soul of a  Piano  is  Action.   Insist on the  '���������OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  the  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  Ifroufeel'ouror5otas"*UNDOwx'cr'_o. riUBLUW  ���������UrrKK Irora KIDNEY, bladdit.ii, i.'ir.vois disiasi*,  CHRONIC WEAKNMSICS,UI.CKK'J.SUN IRUrT10Nt.PII.ML  writ* tor mrFflBE book, TIIK W03T INSTRUCT,������������������  MCDICM, kOOK IVI.It WMTTBN.IT TCU.S ALLlboat th������M  CIKASf.S Mid til*  RRUARHABU CUIIE9  KP.KCTID tf  THK NEW FRENCH REMEDY, N.1.N.2.N.JK  M M't tht r������n,i>il������ (or VOU t OWN tllmml. D������a't MM UM  AkMluitl. rREK. Ho'lollow������������'clrcul������r������, Dll L-CLMC  ���������j_iu.Co,Uiv������������roc!iKB.UAwrsT*iD.Lo.iDoii.r -  WANTED at once  ' Persons, to work for-us  In, ppm. time .'it homo. No experience  icmili-e.l with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Ktisy and fascinating  work. (loocl -nny. .No omivnssluu. Write  for instructions! (free). , '   u  COMMERCIAL  ART STUDIO,  '215 C  Her.. Street. Toronto, Canada.  CANCER  r  Booh Fr. r.    A juopt������  Homo   treatment removed  lamp fro- litis lady's bread  '   Old  tore*, ulcar*  and  _rowlh_ cured.    Describe  fOVl trouble 3 w������ will send hook ���������nd leilimonislg.  THE CANADA CaNCER INSTITUTE, fcjMiTia  10 CHIjncHILt. AVE.. TORONTO  J';'y Bitter  .A jyum whe frciiuwitly visits a  ficietnilic frlond a short distance* out  of town onco found liim In his labor  [iltory stuilyinf. a djirk brown sub-i  stance spread out on'*- .sheet of. pa'  apor.   " ���������  I say, Jones, said Uio scliMiUde per-  eon, wlion greetings ��������� luul boen duly  (ixcliangfil, wou.u /ou ��������� Aitml lotting  me pii.ee a bit of this on your longuot  My taste lias liocomo sadly vitiated  by trying all sorts of thing..  Cl orl a inly, rcs'ioiuloc. Uio aeiiom-  niodatlng I'n'eiui, and lio livoiiiptly  opened hlr. mouth.  The professor tooU somo ofUusub-.  ,-atance under iuinlyulB .inn! put Jt on  hia' fi'lend'ij tongue, 'wliproupon the  visitor worked |( around In his month  for fully a minuto, lasUng'ltcits ho  might Imvo sampled a choice confection. ��������� "  Nolo any eflVclV asked tho professor.  Nu CKpci'lal olYei:'..  li, ilcKwri't, pn'rullsso thu  ronguoV ���������*  Not tint], I can doted. ���������  I dldu't tliliik It would; Thero are  no ulliiiloids Jn 1'r, I lieu. How does  il taste".'  Very bin or,,  Very blt'.ev, ch; v Then, after a  pause, all right, thai wilt do.  Ity 'this tiir.o the culler's curiosity'  was fu'oui'cil. What'Is IL anyhow,  hu asked. '���������'���������  J don't know That's what I iun  trying to llnd out, Someone around  hero has boen poisoning horses with  It.  A western physician has two children, Kyncsl and Alice, aged r.lno and  eleven respectiv.lj. Recently the  doctor and hlsAvil'o made a week-end  trip to the country leaving tho children at honie witli tho servants. Thoy  were lo return Monday night on a  train duo at 10 o'ejock. The children  ���������wanted to incut thom at tho depot,  and of course received detlnitc instructions not lo do so.  When the parents arrived, at 21.30  their. train being an hour aiid ir half  late, they were surprised to'find Ernest and Allco. wa'ting for-them, aud  all alone. Tlio mother" rushed forward to expostulate, but was cut off  by the shrill voice of Alice crying:  Hurry 'i_>, 'mother. Don't "stop to  talk.     The taxi's up to $7.00 already.  EH  INCTO  li  WATERPROOF  COLLARS  AND  CUFFS  SometliliiB   better'  than   linen   and -no  t*}ii}d\'y  bins. -   Wnfih li v,-lth soap and  Water.      All stores,or direct. Stale style  "L\'ts'sc'���������-I*ur-25c-.^^-o���������.viil_maii~you."  THE    ARLINOTO-     CO.    OF   CANADA,  ,  68  Fraser Avenue. Toronto," Ontario  Limited  REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 6HIL0.  Mns. WiN���������t.ow'.s Sootiiino Svutrp lios been  1  JV- _   _....._    .1 >������Pt.llf    -Iff*  1   twa   1 -a* 1 T   Y  1 .*\*.*r*     __!  KOOT1UCS tlie ClllM). SOI'TKNS thf OOMS.  AIXAY.S all PAIN , CURK.'i WIND COUC, and  ia tlie best remedy /or IMAKKIia'A.. It is al>  folutclv haniilerfs. lie sure and ask tor "Mr*.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," nud lake OO Otl'CI  kind,   X',veiity-_ve ceiits a bottle.  EXCELSIOR  .' Assets   $3,000,000,00  In;.'   -nice'$,2,500,000,00  ABSOLUTE      Security  fo  tfiJ^AVvaS^ Policy   Holders'  Excelsior   Policy   Forma   Approved  '���������>'    Dniiiliilnii   Inyiii'iuioo   JJopnrlmi'iit  Jor Afi'oni-loH .i.jily to .IVovlm-lnl Oiileea  nt     Wlunlpou.     I'Jdnionton,     SuHkatoon.  \ UllCf.llVt'l'. '  STANLEY LIOHTFOOT.  TATRNT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUMSDEN  nLDO,W'yttlQ������!?������) TORONTO.  MM FPU WHO, '���������"'"���������'       /W.J7/J.  f   ADII5S WAN'I'KI.") ��������� DO AUTISTIC,  ������ coiiKoulal nccdlmvork at home; muk#  rrom tliroo to live do.   ro prr day decor*  ntliiij  fiiishina lo.ifl.    Arinoui'  Art  Co,,  Dc.it,   1),, Urednlliuiiii Uloult, Wluiitpoc,  Ent More Fruit ">nlly  I'poplo should eat move fruits and  Vi'gf'tuhli's. Meals of nil liititls uro  (ol.t(iii������ hlgh,-.i' and will probably con-  dim, tp uiiviiiu.'o, bc'ciiiiuo iiiilniiil.-i are  high, grav.lng IiuiiIh scarce, and grains  I'XI'tmslve. Mini, enn bo siihl lu fav-  id' oatlug frullb, Luscious I'i'tilts are  piilntahh) .iml healiliy; thoy loito up  lhe ���������doniiu'li. Htlmt|iiu,i' noi'iuiil digest-  S1111 ami iiKHlinlliillc'i; thny iieeolorate  iippiditi' iuul furiilsli niltiornl nintler  mul lliivui' for the I'vurydiiy diet,  Thoso who do not lll.o fruit, mlhs  inii.'' mijoyniont; the., should cull I-  vain n taulu by eating frults'diilly,  Kill fruits dully mid live longer,  Thr'.v say thai    n    woijchi's   I ears  Vomit 10 linr aid uf any luonienl,  i   Yes, hor tours nro voluri'ieei'fl, so lo  hpnnli,  .������������������.. ���������-,;V4,';,V>V,I.',.',;.."...  50c a box or iix boxes for $2.50,  at aid cJeatcrc, or Tlio OoJdu Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  OiinatJn.  Arthur was passing a day with his  aunt. .1 . ani -going io do something  to please you on youi' birthday, she  said to thai little boy, but first, I want,  to ask teacher how yoi behave at  school. ' ���������  If you really want to" do something  to please me, auntie, said 'tho boy,  dor_t-asi'A'.ho-t,oachcy. -   Howlilt���������Has she any visible means  of support?     , s  Fowlltt���������Has she? Say, did you  ever soo lier in one of those slit  skirts?      "   " . '     .  A weary and' dejected theatrical  troupe, after au unsuccessful trip, arrived in a small New Jersey town,  fair-sized 'aii'liene.o witnessei. the  first performance without furor, although tlioro was enough liandclap-  ping to arouso tlio troupe's wavering  spirits. Tho Icadl: g man promptly  stopped to fho footlights after the  first act iind bowed profoundly, but  still tho clapping continued. As ho  wont behind t.ho scones ho encountered au Irish sliigo han.l.,  I guess that's some ac'tlug, said  the Thespian, throwing out his chest  proudly.  What d'yci mane, t'h hniidclapplii'?  Ir.f|iilrod tho Ji'lshmau.  Why, surely. How belt or' could  thoy sho*" their appreciation of my  acting?  That's not appreciation, mau, said  tho stago hand, 'that's lho iitu'lieiico  killing mosfiultco..  f)n one occasion Dr. l'Vanois' Warner was trying to bring bade to consciousness a woman who luul luul a  pavii lytic 'Stroke.  His efforts seomod 'to bo In valu,  For a timo her utterances woro only  tho ravings ot delirium but all at  onco she silt up In hud and looking  straight ar. Dr. Wimioi. she cried out:  Oh, you funny old mini.  Ah!' said i)r Warasr, cheerfully.  Now she's btginning to talk sense,  A Ready Weapon Against Pain,���������  There Is nothing equal to Dr. Thoniiin'  Kelootrlc Oil when woll rubbed In. II  penetrates tho Usuiies mul pain disappears before' it. Thoro Is no known  preparation that will vnitoli tho spot  (.nicker iliftt'i this jhurIo Oil. In con������  sefiiieneoJ'Ufii'iuikfj'ilriit among liniment a now*iinVn'^il V' tho public and Is  iii-conleil JJi'iit'pl'i.e'itmoug ull Its competitors.  Mrt. Smlili wan on her first ocean  voyiige.  Whin's that" down thero'.' she asked of tho captain.  That''.' the. steera-".'', madam; lie re-  lllwl.  Iti.'.illy, cxcliiluiPil 'iho woman, In  Kiirprlso. And doefi it. lako ull thoso  lii'OP'...-. m mnl.'o lho boai, go straight,  When horses I'uunot be protected  from tho cold, raw winter weatlior,  Ult'.'      Mil  IIIJU      IlllUl-l'     III!     l.Vllniticl.li'.OIl  be ('lli.j.iil In tlie ful1 >t I'i fvnel to  deprive an uiilmal of tiatuve'H pvolocl-  Ivo coat and not, furnlpli l:im with  fonto uriiriclul incaiH of KhmiIiik up  tho iieceskiiuy body heal.  DON'T HAVE RHEUMATISM  (Jet GIN PILLS Now  .ind he freo o\ pain all winicr. , Mr.  llobort Wilson, of .lardr.fiUl. N.I5���������  says*, 'Ii affords mo great pleasure to  convey, not only/to you but nlso to all  sunoi'ors from Backache aud Khouiiia-  tie-in, tho great relief I have obtained  from (ho use of (UN PILLS, to anyone sufforlng as I did."  fiOc. a :.ox,_G for $2.50. Sample free If  you write N.'iiicm'al Drug and Chemical  Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto, .'21.  Father Took tt. ���������"'������  lie camo down (ho garden path, a  sad, ���������.sorrowful figure. Sho watched  hlni with anxious o'yes.  (low did fathor, take Jt? she.asked.  lie (ook it al! right, replied tho  youn'r man.  Oii, ! mn so glad," ("Gorge she cried.  Are you? ho reeled, flopping forlornly by hor side. Well, I cnn'l sny  that J am."dear. At Jlrst your father  wouldn't listen to me. >'  Why didn't you tell hln. llmt' you  had $5,000 in (lio hank as I told you  to?"   ���������  1 did after all else baft failed,' mis-  wered Georgo dejectedly,  And what did he do then? ���������  ���������  Do! echoed. Mio young man, passing  lils hands wearily through his, hair.  He borrowed It!  Dragga-jd Down by Asthma, The  niiui or woman who is continually subject to asthma is untlttccl for his or  lier life's .work. Strength departs  uud energy is taken away until lifo  becomes a"dreary0existence. And yet,  this ir. needless,' Dr. ,T. D. Kellogg's  AB'lima 3'eniody has brought a great  change-to an army'of sufferers. It  relieve?, tho restricted air tubes mid  guards a-jiiinat future trouble, Try  It.  Sure Remedy  . A traveler called at a roadside inn  in Cheshire for refreshment and-rest.  J-iring nie. a <|ii.'.rt of beer, he said,  and a bit of bread ahd cheese.  They, were brotiKlit to him:    .  What is lho damage, landlord.'  KlglHccnpence, was tho reply of the  hiilkcopcty who was a greedy, grasping man:      ��������� .    .  While'iho traveler was enjoyiny his,  repast t.he landlord happono.l to complain,about being pestered with rats,  and the'havoc thoy caused.   ..  .Said  tbe traveler���������  '   1 can tell you how you can get rid  of 'them. ���������  I .should be. very grateful to you' if  you-would, replied tl.e landlord. ��������� ������������������  --Oi".ritJR"C'a5"y"~trnoughT^.rul-tl~Io~TrIF  voler. First'catch ' ono alive: give  him a' quai'l. of beer and a -bit  bread .and chece, charge him eight-  eenpence,' and then let hinv .loose'  among the others. He'll loll his  pals, aiuLyoii will never bc plagued  with rats again.   ���������  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  i wo Archbishops  Tho Archbishop of' Oiinturbury. is  primate of all l-Jtigland-and therefore  takes precedence of the Archbishop of  York, who is cnly prltnato of Knglnnd.  This very nice distinction was made  soveral centuries ago on account of a  .very bitter dispute arising botween  llie two functionaries as to, which  should jirccod. tho' other. The mnttor was settled by conferring precedence upon the Archbishop ot! Canterbury, ihe two titles being also lie-  stowed at th,. same timo.  My plea, snid fho proud young lawyer, seemed to deeply affoor, tlie Jury.  Yea, replied the Judge. I was  afraid at one .lino thai, you would  bring about the conviction of your  client it rplto of his innocence.  A Winner !  Ho wns a well-kiiowu r.ctor-maongcr {  but ho had had p bad season, and >  was endeavoring to recoup Ins losses J  by betung on horses, The''glorious j  uncertainty "of tlio Turf, however, I  proved LooAnuch for him, and he rC-  solvered to-give 11 up. _,.  Well, iny boy, mid a friend of ids  whom he had not seen fur some linu;,'  1' hear yoli'ro backing your fancy now,  What's your pet Up for to-day?  ^fy friend, said ihe iicior-iiianagcr, I  am  going Jo back a  horso today on  which J eun't lose.  . What's'thut.? said his friend. Vou  might .-Ivo an old pal the tip.  If'?, called oominons.mse, .bred by  Kxperlenco mid" Knows Hot I or, ami  the jockey's nana: Is Let It Alone, was  the reply.  Minard's    Liniment   Cure*   Dandruff  ��������� Harold.'' you . nuislu't oaf all the  monkey nuts, jvpii if ynu are 'protending to he a monkey. You must  glvo, sislor som  , llur., mother, I'm prc'endlngAshe's  .oiiio..kind of animal wot doesn't, eat  .monkey  nuts.  John was begging at I lie.buck door,  and explaining to tlio lady of' tho  house that lie had nol. heen accustomed lo this way of living.' Af one  limo-he'vviis veally (ju.lu well off and  had had a gotd business, but misfortune had been his portion, and he was  reduced Lo begging from doo..' to,doer,  What was your business? his"'sympathetic li'slener askod.  1 managed a hand-power laundry,  he said sadly.  Did it fail?  No, madam, but. siu: went homo to  her folks.  Pal was'soing to bod one night iind  having no light, was groping his way  (the abed being one of the old-fashioned, svith high bedposts).. Pat, in  feeling for t.he, bedpost, missed it with  his hand and struck ir. with Ids nose.  ' ,A.Ji! lie yelled. That is the first  time I knew my iio;,j was'longer than  my'arm.  GRANULATION  :   OF THE EYELIDS  Is Cured by Dr. Chase's Ointment-  Scores of Uses for the Great Soothing, Healing Ointment.  Most people know Dr.' .Chase's Ointment, best as' a cure fov eczema and  itching piles, a- Nor is ibis to bo "won-  "derocTal. whon you think' of tho remarkable record made in this class of  cures. ,".    ���������'���������  ��������� But there aro scores of-other,uses  for this ointment which are only discovered when ii is kept "constantly at  hand.  Mrs. Martin, lf, Carroll street, Toronto, rormorly of Bowmanville, Ont,,  writes: Wo have used ��������� Dr. Chaso's  Ointment for years, aiid found'it invaluable in treating skin irritations  and all sorts of, burns and "-omuls, in  fact, wo would' not bo without it lu  tlio house. ' It is a most excellent  treatment for granulated eyelids, from  which I suffered without thulhig anything to-hclp mo."  ��������� Wherever there is itching of the  skin or a.sore that refuses l.o heal you  can use Dr; Chase's Olntmcn'; with full  assiiraiico that it will provo entirely  satlcfactory. 60 cents a box, all deal-  ers, or ..diiimison, Bates & Co,, Limited, Toronto,  ���������' The Mayor's Part  . Some amaiciir tlK-i-.rrU'als for a  charily were luilng iirgaiiistel by thft  leading inhabitant, ci a small town  who .vore.mi.i-t liberally supported by  the Jtnyoi,'. ! (lc bought the dresses  ami jaceni'Vy, and won alt their hearts  by iil.s kliidiioHfi. ��������� 'ir.d tlicy ��������� conns-  m r.'itly felt hound to nuke some return io him, .ind therefore arranged  thai lu>" himself shour. take part iu  the play. llu! "tliero was one great  drawlmtk, The ' Mayor,- though  kindness liscli, wns uneducated, iind  neglected lhe pooi'liill lofter 'h' in  (ho most  unwiii'i'mtlabto ��������� manner.  'i'o obviate this they east blm for  the role of a herald. lie was to  wear a most gorgeous cnsiimi". and  all ho luul to do was u> eotne on and  shour. In, a stentorian voice, '.Si-'  lean"!'  , _ '. }  .i.t'tcr'hoiiio eonc.'.ing lie got per-j  feci; In lii.i pnj't. Hut when the night!  came he was at tucked ���������with stage 1  filglu In all its worst form, audi  (daggering on to fho st:.ge. shouted j  in n  voice (if ihii'idor: -   i  . "I'shl  SORE CHEST CURED  IN ONENIGHT  are  tor  Winchustcr  Repe-itlnu ' Shotguns  World Beaters  - "ifiii straight and US per cpnt  over ',1000 largo Is aro records made  wllh Winchester I'lepeatiiif; Shotguns  that have never been approached by  any other gun. When it j_ remembered that shooters of the greatest .skill  are dally giving demonstrations of.tlie  shooting (jtialiiios of the 'm.ny different makes of guns, but. havo yot bet"  unable to equal these records, the only  conclusion that can bo formed is that  no other make of shotgun has tho  pattern, penetration and accuracy,  that the 'Wliichsslcr has. This conclusion' is being confirmed almost  daily by Ilio results of the-different  trap shooting tournaments throughout  the country. A -jim'.. performance''at  the trap is a criterion of its value f ji*  Hold",shooting, and hence it is almost  needless to say i ha' for duck shooting  cr bird shooting i Held and cover,  Winchester Itopo.itlug Shotcuns give  the limit of satisfaction and aro wide  iii' uso for (his purpose,' Vtiey' were  officially endorsed bj the- U.S Ordnance Board as 'possessing the advantages claimed by the manufacturers.' ��������� Over -150,000 of ��������� theso ., guns  have been sold up to'the present tim  and,.the demand increases day by  day. A Winchester'Repenting Shotgun means a good score at the.trap  or a successful day. in ,the field, if  the shooter lias any ability at all.  Proke    up a heavy.   Cold,    Relieved  Paiin, (n the  Side,  Stopped an  Irritating Cough  "Anyone that goes through all ih.������  I suffered Ia(-'t winter will Approciata  the value of a remedy',, that cures like  Norvllino cured me" " Theso arc lh������*  opening words' nf the solemn doelara;  tlon of vl V. Von Ilayden, the weh  known vlulinl?'t     "My work kept mo  out into at -light,-nnd playing in cold,  dnfty places Viought on a severe cold  that settled  on  my cliost.   I  had  harsh,  r.iokhij;    cough - and    sevcra  <*aiu3 darted thro*  ui.li my sides am  nettled .I:i. my shoulders    1 ustjd different     liniments,  l;ut nono huko up  j my eoiil till I used  | iS'ervll'ue. 1 rubbed  j It in on my nock, _  I el.L-st and shoulders, morning and  night, and all the pnin disappeared.  Uesili/.iug that such a heavy cold had  run dowi my _ system, I took* 'l<*erro<  ���������zonn at'meals, mid was completely  built up and strengthened, Sinco us-  it-8' Nf.-rvilliiq I have no moro colds  .or pleurisy, aiid enjoy perfect health."  ���������It's because Nerviline contains the  purest and most healing medicinal  principles, becnuso It has the power  of .sluicing, through the pores to the  kernel cf fho pain���������these aro the reasons' why. it breaks up colds, 0curG���������  lumbago, stiffness, neiiralgU, sciatica,  and rheumatism. Refuse any substitute your dealer may suggest���������insist  on Nerviline only. Large family sizo  bottle, fiOc; trial size 25c'; all deal-''  ers, or The Calarrho/'one Co,, Buffalo,  N.Y. ami Kingston, Ont,  Aro you still taking a cold piling.  every morning?  No 1 .quit doing that to savo time.  Why, a cold plurigo doesn't take  more than a minute or two.1 ��������� "  I know, but 1 used, to spend three-  quarters of an liour curled up in bed  hesitating..  A certain cin._s of shopkeeper:: try  to force Iheir -w;tres_upoh_p_ujd_c������__bv  lie fries and tries and frie_ again  And  tries and  tries with might and  nutin   .. .   . _  And tries and'tries, the little man,  To do. as HltflEas'lie can.  -���������^_v  Looking Forward  (Ircenhoy���������-If seems lo nio the limit,  in aniusenionts has been reached.  Di',vdad"-0h, uo! Thorn's always  someihlufi now,  Clropnboy���������-Well, do you loolc ' forward tn dny nolublo novelty lu lho  near future?  Drydtid���������-Suro! i expect sooner or  Inter lo enjoy'' W. il. Bryan .is u yod-  elor.  Used to I,  Did you glvo this mau Hi.' third  t'egree? asked the pollen iillleer.  Yes,    'Wo browbeat and badgered  hlni   wlili   every   yuchllnn   we  could J  think of. .���������:���������*_  What, ell rl hn do?1'  fin dozed oft mul , .vv': iiiui'iiiiii'eil  : , v mid, then; Yen, my ilea", Vou are  porfeoily right".  Lovely \ omnn  While Hl.yh's luive ehnuged by I'uhIiIoii  led.  ftlie'H s'rlll r. theme for .lesl",   ���������  Allli. ugh In truth Jt must be -:i!d  .She's no moro ovorilnoised,  I    A roll of building paper mid Horn >  'lalliK rightly npplled will reilucu the  feed bill In winter, beciu'cai Ih Is easier to keep tlio entile war.u by shur.-  jtl.ig off  the cold  (IrnughtH  thnn  to  keep iheni avuviii by extri. feed.  W. N. U. 974  RelicveJ  ,    The Mni her���������If you nre pollie,  my  Idem', and  have good   lafli-  in  dro".,  {'.mil inmry discreeily, I shall bo I'.er-  ' fectly FatUfleil.  ���������    The Daughter (tigoij twelve)--Tlifii  I dfi.i'i need an oilueniLui! Isn't that  l^vt-ls:  Straight Up  Tlie;, am hf't f.n iipslmiillnj,' fellow.  I.vr-ry b^r within a r.dlus ()l a mMc  ci Iht". know. |t.  "SUM. HA'E MEAT,  AND UM EAT"  So Hobby Ilurnn tersely dccribei the  rich, but still poor, dyapepthvi, Hut their  ca*c ii< not now ������o desperate as when  Burns wrote, For the ui.ni who has the  food now can eat without sufTctliigfor  It, If J*; y.i'l iillon, tie .���������.__ ���������;'._ _  Na-Dru-Co l)y>ipc|vsla Tablet,  These remarkable tablets banish Ui������  troubles of the chronic dysneplle- thn  wan who ii bilious���������ihe Riii'iVrer from  heartburn, gan on the stomach or occa������  llonul iiidigtiUlloti, Vou run eat heirty  meal, of wliolesonie footl���������ainl dijiesi  thp.iii, too-i< you tote :;������"Ui'ii-Co  Dyspepsia T;iblels,  Coii'.poiiiiikdl>ycxp_ita.l,t;tiiL,l:, after  probably Hi. bent (oruiuU  fciiuwu to  His Grac.  Ungracioin.  Not without ditlleuliy, tho' young  Duke of , KJilghtbrldKO ��������� familiarly  known as iho Nlghfblrd���������had been  p-j.siiudod.lo accept an invitation to  lunch at thu commodious and well-appointed residence of Air. Rolls Hasher, the So.ip Km point'."  Towmd lit.*, end' cf lhe meal tlio  genial soap emperor grow more mid  more di'prosf.ed, Not oue of his tron-  fciires had evoked tho fnluiest flicker  of ducal apjiiv-val.  In n (vi-my of dcHpalt, Jlr. Hasher  played his '.rump eard, si,ine prieclcss  Napoleon brandy, deohuvi. by tho  greatest coniirilssoiii'H In bo tlio tlnest  lkpier thai ovor a goiiriiiei could'de-  hIit,  triable i.i relniii himself Icinge:-, old  hnsher bent, uciwn lho table '.villi  bulging oyeV,  Whnt do you Ihlnk A 'this brandy  'Diika.',' ho nfilaOd wllh ireimilous geniit!.  liy.     Not bad, eh?  The Night-bird slighlly oponed one  eye, siciidl-'d his inn'ioele, and favored  his lintd. with a bliiuk si a re.  I'h'-no-nol very, ho languidly replied.  Seven Daughters l;nou(j.i  A leeluro was glvei on the nvll of  great Wt'iilih. In the audience wiih  a matt known to ihe liTi.irer; The  man wits the I'm Iter nf si ven girls,  ami tho lecturer palmed io ium us mi  example.  Think, 11.Id lhe IfciuriT, of being  the proud .'nlh.r of seven daiighlei'?!.  Think who Is the luippler���������ilie mini  with a In,lulled thousand dollars or  the man whe I., the ful lu-r of sev.-n  daughters.  t  >.ill,.i.i������ ...in, ..ii, -im-itiiin, wiui du  V Inivijlei* det.erniiiij'd to teach one of  these a le.ison. The offender was a'  clothing dCjUler, and had a way of-"almost, dragging people into his place."  One "day the traveler stopped for a  moment ro, examine ci coat hanging'iu  front of,lho establishment, when out  darted the clothier, who aslicd:  Won't you try on ouo of tlioie  coats?  t don't know but I  will, responded"  the traveler consulting' his.watch,    !  have some'time to spare,     Yes, ���������,  lie wear, in: but no matter how oft? j  en hn found his fit. he callec. for more j  coats Finally, wlien ho luul tried.cm j  thirty or mon., ho looked at h's w.iteli",  and resinning his own gnrmcilt', walked out of Uio shop, ..ayiiig as l.e wont:  ioaft day. tht chap, I won't charge  anything for what l'vo done, I boliovo iu a mul: who'll oblige another  when he can, If I'm ovo'' this way  again, and you have any more coals  lo 'iry on, I'll do all I ciia in help  you,  dull  Wlmt 'do you, think of our bridge  club?  You have some excellent ninlorkil  in It. Jlow do you manage to secure  such good players?  Wo paitcri* after the baseball pooplo and maintain r.-fllclctit scouts  John, sin, wild, I wish yt. . wouldn't  wear thut suit any more. Put on  your groy ono this iiiornin,',.  All right, deiir. ho replied, mid  please don't wear (hat tilas'ii'd skirt'  of yours any moro.     I don't liko it.  Wlmt right have, you to toil mo  whul, clothes .1 i.iay or may not wear?  Tlie ���������.roiilili* witli a inmi is lhat. he  Mini's when ho uiurrles ti girl ho Iiiih  a rigid lo lrem her as lf slie were  merely a piocu uf his property,  I  ffiST  bi"a������..(ail l/iANDOUN, wiili  niu.-    rihs   a\    maple    ami    li'ircli, ,  willi   coWi'il   stripe   lielwccii   mul  iliaplc     r������p_     *;if.l     aiiliis.      I'"l)ur,-  oni.-.i-il (ingei-boai-d, Willi ir.U'ul (>osi- '  lia**.   dots   oimI gijiiT-d-jilalc, srl  off  willi   inlaid   hutlt'i-jlij.     |-illrcl  uiUi  palunt' liaads alul iiicki'l-plalc.l tail���������  \t\ece.    Willi Aw lAinibiiio-\\e hh  r-liiili: n liaiidsomi! jji-ecn {ch case,  ntslrutlion bitolt, Inning pipiar.; rxtro  so.l of alrinjisf [iii^Ri'boanl clinrt aimI  ('i.,i'l'i[ii:oli' cnlilliitrt ijoai In oon.pli-l.-  r.iiui'M'  of  iiisli'ili:liim.      Ilii.'. .onifir  com|il,-.l.- [o. $l|,>l().  Tbis is ovilij one. of lhe Oulfils  ���������a lislcd in our big Muaical  Kncijclojfiedia".  Oil,,-,- Maiuinlins from S2.!i0 U $)50  Vin'm's [i'.m\ VlXfih.t SI IS  finiUrn from $'2.fl!i"t'o $G!i  I.A),"j,)s from $11.1)0 lo i'ii)  Conint-. from $7."2!i lo $lli!)'  Send -for our biji, Musical lin-  r.i|clrtftidi.\, Clrtxl'on'a Muaieal  Ti'iiasurns, lliainoai comyilnlv  book on t/lusical Goods issued  ���������na in Canada.    H'������ PR.:'..:.  VT4?       Wrilc 1')',^,*1���������|o,,!,'1 Wl"-''*'}'  UKV    i-:Ws'hrf/,wn wJ/twc  lu'.'J.'a<.,  'M^Mfjt^y^m,  305 Y0NGI:  ST  TORONTO, CANADA.  PATENTS ,     '.'  Patent  Vour   Icie.ia���������No  dolny  nml  via  will cfII If .or you It iho Men lam mm-.  U,     Sa',i>l\il   nld'U'li   lui'   fvi'i*   vi'imit,    Infoi'.  million on paii-niu nml Uni. uf Invcntloni  iViintcil .loiilli'd i'i''',��������� al, A, ' MA13"  MURTRY i_ CO., Palent Mtorn.yr,, 10*  Ony Olreet, Toronto, Ciiiad,).       ;  vou   th'nk  ���������if  l"i',.'i'  to    tile  ���������        '.i.al       lilt'  Mlb.'.cl  of  1 leclnrer, polnrlnr  j lil ft mT.uliioni,  I The in.in ai'iMu .mil said: Well,  nlr, I tliliik tlmt a mm wiih seven  (daughters It. ilie happier -a man wiih  I ..1 .mi,..-,. ..iir.ii-n mi cum-; a tu.iii  i wllh  .oven dniiijliters iifver tlot-h.  A   \ Winr  lo  houii' was hi hu  old   ri'taliii'i',  ph'tui'i*.  K\*iul-li *!  Ii-a  ly.     Thin iiiu.it  N'<|. ,lr. lin- -.  ������ Id :ii.i-t"i'-  !f,  j     stately    iiiieeslral  ;��������� sh Mn round hy a i'  He   pmiK'Y   In-fore  a I  ��������� v.a'.a.i..' ���������!. i.tptuu,',,,-,  he an iihl inai-ier.       ]  niil,. n-plli'il ���������   I .���������ilu"'  "ii  an olil nn-  -it-  uit'dical M-iciice, tlicy ar������ qukl; ,'iiul       . .  ceruiu in their nctiun, f-ivinj; j>i>.������tiij>t       ''"':1    Al  relitf from all form:, of .tnrn.irli iiouhlc,  toiiluy tiji nul Plreuiitlicnitif: the ili|{wt������  ivc of^vitisanal briug'iinj about iicniuiuut  cir.M.  A man i*1! no Mroitf;������r tl������an liii stomach.  Hi. y.-iiny-df  for  ynur  b������"t   w.u_ by  iw"':i  ' rii-d. Pi  :     Pnilv-  1.1'ii  i     1'j.j.v.  ;ry r.u'i  \ i I*   K   .  '.y. iny il ,i.'.'  -,V"\ir.  Wli'i ?  -WHI    v..?- -.  w'lif'.i  b-    i, ii'i  Keep out cold draughts -.-.nvc baby many a cold  and sickness,  All during the cold fall and winter months a Perfection  Smokeless Oil Hon ter keeps lhe house wurm.  Il can be carried from room to room���������wherever you go.  Warms up bathroom or parlor in ne.\t to no lime.  The Perfection burns nine hours on a single Kfll!oM. of oil.  Easy to clean and rcwick,   No smoke or smell.  Stock carried al all chief points  M.v* (.f lb  tikiiitf  K������-13iu-L'o Iiy.'.;,i'!i,i,i  j������. atyo.-.r ili-aiRfjlrra.  ���������>���������".. 'hi. .      ��������� ,  ���������ml Clirmlo*! Co. of CiiuJa, LiuaK-d, l������'f f.vprrlfii.'.- at.-  Montreal. i<������   uonnmy  y  T:il/.t*ts.  '������������������ on'l   iniii:*y  ini>  ivlici.   In'  i  r '���������'���������  ���������aiiiir  IC  ���������i   r>  mid  :For bei  best results use ROYALITE OIL  in-  An:  fi I'  111.-  ft  ������iui|y  Toronlo  Ottawa  liMtlfnx  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winniprw  C������|j{������ry  Uetfiua  Muntrcnl  Qii������h������r  St. John  V.in."-oiiv������ir  KiliTi/inton  S-aikntuoi.  *wrf. i���.--���3,iRfa,:;*v-j,i
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Tlio Oniiitiai'laiiii \\m ,
'tanecl Every by Wednesday the*
���tornojc & Cumberland
'Pub'ishirj-g   Company.
Tit-.*, ptvpi'i" will iv-, t hold i'i so IE'
aii'?poti6tl)fo for tho ���"ipiiiioHStiF orh-
���ji'.s, its nitty appi-nr in its columns
from tnii-ij Ttv time.
WEDNESDAY  \)\'J\   17   UW8
LU.TlI'1-.COrxTV ( U!,>.. 0
IN THI. .M.V1TKR ot ixxridi El'U
it'iior Tyson, di,vi'a?.'l,_ iulystfttov.    .
[IN TIIK MA'PTl.R of ti��v��-Otif-
oial Adiiiiii'istifiitni'-j AotJ-"
TAKK NOTICE tlmt hy oi-dc.
at" His    Honor   J initio   TJarkrr,
i��ady tlw'utli .lay   of   Novomhov
l!)Ui, [��� wiii--. iip-jxitiiUil  AiliiHiii^-'
trarni' of tlm h.stu.n  oi' iho td-ove-
;niCMitiiHu:d (lt'��i',',.H>d, and   ,'iU   liar-
I  ' ' **
th'S   Ji*vi11iv*   (rl.'iiii:.-;   iin'iiinst    the
, ri r *,
*1U(|  fc'Stflt. iU1'* luMVll.*.     !"l.'liui!"rd-tO
  1 furnish 5Hiiiu, ��� properly   v<;n(_i.d.
NOTfCK k bnAr.' t-ivi-'i rii.it K-nui. | to mo on or   h.i'ni't.1   '.hi* "J .tii day
mn It ti  N;u,ai'��,,  It.iil-.iiy. fl'   Vichiviii.!| loivnilifi', 11! | yh    AX Dull,  par-
)!  C   wf I li j�����'a- f- r iv 1 ...:���'���! lo ir.lto  nml
��.aj 10").mill j��iil|i<n.' ji r '2', h ,��ik, i.f w.-.h-r
tui'of Tiiniinti CVi-ol',   ��� I i di  lloi'-'H i��   ;>
'vo\i A0Liri':\'r.i: to take, and
i.'"tlV i'ly (Iir (!'i"ii iKr'.i-.i,:h ..uwcvatl'-
Ihratiiot .i_ I cin:.i 1 �� '"a-" Mrr.i.a ��.f (��u>ir-
ii i\�� .��� !-J m !����� "el if ii','.: Quiili um
Hiv -r. I lie v.uf.r v.'i I iiv ii.v. rt-il it*. '..".,'00"
ni I'tin ;i {run la'lv-y a d will bn \is<'.d
(-I* j;ifiii.r.I lai.way -| v. \nnni- on thu loui
tl(��-,.-..ii <'d -M ll'iil-A'iiy Uigli'. t>f Wny, Thb
'..���'.i i: aa. pi.Htoil f.-. tiie crow'id on lho
A:,! .'.iy t.t A'.T'l. ift'... Thn nppjicnliir.
wi-! lv (.'in! in tin: ���.':'��������� i i tho Witt* Kf-
nnrdor m Vu-torin, B. ("!. Ob}<Ki.ioi*,a may
i-i'. iilijii with llm b.ti7. WiWr Recorder cr
wi.hi'af ('.'.injftr.'.lbr ot"\YVer Rlfifhto,
l\i Lain i.t Hiiilili-K��. Vi_r-m Ik C.
NOTICE \* hereby '/v en that Esq mini,i I c. N.ui imo Railwiy, of Victoria,
U. <J wi t-ii>|;lj-f t a Yc'-wie to lake and
uso. 100,09.) ij'iiluns p.*r 2-1 htitai, of water
nu of .Sirt.dy ("reck, which fiot. in a nor-
th'irly fi cctiot ihrongh Novcas'Jc Dis-
liict iind implies mfco Deep Bay, near
K^BC'ivo'l O c<sk- The watar will b.j diver
i/il .i: 2I50-- up ti-e.m .mm Kiulw-iy a-.ft
a'lil l.-e i��M"<" fo; O-iiirral laiilw.y ])urjio-~.e^
tios indebted' to  *'iid   OT'tiiU',   uro
roquirvd to  jxiy    tlio   ,'imoiiul   of
ihoir indid.todnoss   lo   uie   i'o
���a" ith.
D.'iled lli is l.l.lli day 'of .-.ovom-
htiry 10L&*
W. Wksi.kv Wit.r.AKii,
OlHoial Acliiiinistralor,
(Jiuiibcrliuid,  Pi. C.
Mngaii,.dew._.K.> intestate, who
died at  Cumberland, 11, rC.   on
Juno '25th 1913.
IN THE MATTER of tho, '-Official Administrators Act.1'
TAKE NOTICE that hy ordor of His Honor Jwlge IJarkor,
made the 5th day of November,
,1913, I wa. appointed Adminh
tratoe of tlio Estate of the alwe.
meationed deceased, and all parties, having   claims   sM*ainst   the
*- O /J - L
said estate are hereby required L
furnls'i same,' properly verified,
to moon or before the iBtliof De-
o:�� theliMid tiopeiibtvi as llailwiiy Right o
Way.- This ji-it.c-e  win posiul on    the- [eoiobev.  1913.     AND  ai) pai'fit'8
ni'-OAuui ou-tlie "3ni d-y-of-A-p-ai~}*Dl:^.-|t^Tiebtw^tTfMill~^5t1lt"57~^^re^TG=���
Thu uvp\ -..lUi.n v.'slil   Vu Kiwi in the  oU'.c? { .  . ,-, .    c .\   ���
.,,.',.,_    -       .      , ,,      .   ��� r. t Quired to imv the aiiseunt oi then*
.  li. ti.o tvutor I'l-CDm rr at victor, t, 11. C. *:,"   % ,      ,
be lil il w-th the onitl U'iuebteJii��?s,to me forthwith.
Dated .hit. llth day of Noven
O'ljvuf.it��  miy
��� Wnt^r Iti.'i'Oi-i'ei* i v'-wth  ihe Compnollw
ni  Wi-ta.* Kijlitp,   "ji-liante/it Jiu Mints,
V'io'ori., 1-. 0. "���
Ajipliotint 't
d    K.   in.,MKT,HTV
her,  101.3.
���.., F���.I;EASLKY
NOL Wit w IicTt-liy |{i',r��i tfnt Equi-
niiiU, it Nivri-aiino l.ailwiy nf Viotorin,
li (J-will ii','i>'y h\: n luie:iin lo tti'-.o ftud
��!'����� llvj.OHOi'-.ilt.inn jifir'J-l Iiohm, of wntcr
nur. of ialiri-t.ko 0-ffila,) wliidii flowa in 1,
r.o-xl'orly ihiii*lii).-.i tbvi.vudi K��!foii Dia-
tric'u umI (���inpit.ii in'.n Vftynis Somul war
T.��i(hlu llirfT, Th. vf-tur will Ik iliyoi fc. rt
at lKW"opfl��ret,tu from lUilway Rtul wft] be
vaeAtor fimetal Uallwiiy pnrpot��i.<iu tlio
Ion. (UaicrilXit"! ar, r. Jlwiy riwht nf wny IbU
notitn wni> i;o��ui:i, rn. v��.o ftroni'd oa tbo
3r';i lUy'ot Apr..!, IfU.. Tin. a- r-ilic.itl'n
��� id li�� lilt-il in ?,e (jibe? at tlm \V.ilor
' It ��or,!(ir, ViiUvirir?., Ji.Cl, O.-jiMtiotiw mny
lui liloil willi t!*(i mi-ill Wnt-r Hc<.x)ril< r nr
with tin (' -laptiv.iirr of U'a'ir U>:r,tn,
I'airWiiiv.o'il H liiilin;,", Viotnrii, IJ. C.
r.'QUiM.vi.t ,���; ..-\:-;mmo kailway
11. r   kasli:y
IS   THI?     MATTKIi   OV   Ji.lm
Hiid.li iiIko linown a^ aTolm S^inyth
vIughhwiI, in'ojitiito.   'vhfl di��d ut
lltdd hlmid on .Tnly r>, 11)13.
AN 0
IN THE M.ATPEH .-.f i|.v om.-hil
Admi.iisiralnrrf Ac,"
���TAKENOTrOK tint ir, 'whi' of
Hit lI,i,i)or,Iudno Il.ii'kor, iii'.di'
(It.'.Ill rt-iy nf Nn\'."v,li->'. I'll',5
I .tan iipj.'iin'f'I \dimii.i;!-itt r
id lhe Eil.ilu ,d lho nh.aVo inuii-
lionoM ili'C(��:ii'ed, iiid  .ill   par i.��
liiivinfl clainiii  a|*ain t   llu1 .:'.i-l
.,.;-, ' i,. !'.._..
\V. W]a;bMvY WliJ.AlBU;
Officia. Administrator,
Ctuiil>erlaiid, lY. C.
IN THE MATTER of D.inic. 0'
iCorii.ll,.also known  bs 'T>iniel
Johiv p'O^.imdl. deceased, intes-
tatr, who died at Ua po Cemrwer
ell, Rajviit District on Jaunary
IN Tin. MAT I'l_ll of Lire "ORidnl |g
Atlmiuifttranws Aci.w
TAKB NOTICE lSn��t ly order of
Hie Honor   Judg*��  UiukoJ, made
the 6th ilny of -Novembor, 191S, 3
wis  ftpjiointod   Adnnii)is-trnt-or-. of
lho IDeuto of tho nhovo liicritioTied
ditcMMud, nnd "nil   pnrtiea   hnvinp
(���l.iittia ifflainst tno , t'uid cslalo arc
hereby required to furnish   same
projiurly vorifiud, to nio on  or before tho ]iUh day  of   Drcumher,
1013.   AND nil pnrtlos imlohlod to
i��aid tB'.alo, arc rtquiroil  to puy tho
iiniount of thoit*   iiidoUtcdni'sn   to
mn {orlhv\ith.
D.itod t hi�� llth day of Novem-
hor, 1013.
\V. Wksi.kv Wir.i wm
Ofllciul    Adllli'.a   .  it'll V-v.
Cumhorlnnd. !1, 0.
I'O Ti A MOKN<3]3 10 'L'AKK A N'D
.   i .    ,.,, i i.i. ������,..,;., ' i,.
a'l. * .1 a .    aa* O   ,- .. , fc
ni;di numr*, prrpurly   v-'iill-:
NOTICK ii licfihy kIvoii tli,-t l-i <]ui-
ituilAc'i Niiiutinirt HhiImiiv, nf Viutori.i,
H, (I. will MtM.ly for a lidcuon to tnlio nnd
iiMai tOU.OOO [{.11 in* jnr lil Ium re, of wutftr
inii, of Hoy Ore k, wliiuli Ihwn in ft north-
oily (Hrd'tinn Uroii|,'h Coimx Dintriol
ttii'l ai'iiipl'iM i-1.) Com'x IInhour, noiif
!'.. .'A.;. ���'. T. . -,i;.'.���..- ��� ���!! \" A'"" r m!
0 [ i* *-l��,"50 ' i.jj.-nroiun fnuii Jlnihvny hiiiI  will
moon nr lii'foru ch��* V.) ii dny nf
Diicmnbor, 1'JC!. AND .ill \>-\r
(.'ich indithiciliio i'dn c-mii', nr?
H'tjoirod to p.iy tJ��* .-Mio-i-ii ..r
Ihidr iiiidol>tol/i0.i-* i:> nio f >n���>-
|)ii!t-d   this  llth   il'��y t'i    V'tvi-m.
),vr, 1013
\V. WrHLKV W.i.i,.\i:ii.
(Mflci.il /diniiiiatr.i !r,r,
V'Hji'-'.lrM.I, li C.
Im uh'iI fur Omicrtil Hiiilw-y ] iii|kiii-'ii on
iji'liiiiil  ilotcnb.il fix1 llnilway lliylit ol
\V.-y.   Tl.iu   n lief w.i�� luihlt'd   nn tin.-
,',mi.iiii.1 mi Ilio Ili'il ilny nt April    IDllb
t'i..; .I'l'l'-'Htion "ill ''i  ill'iil  In tlio  fflliMi
(tlliu Wilur 11 will,.'," nt ViutorM, J), (J.
o'jto'ii.iiia  ii.ay \r-  til. il   wi h tlm  ui.1
Vr'ndr Kfcorile, ��r will. Ilio C nuplrndi't
,|.V.',a*��r K'w.lit*,  l".nli.iii.iiiit   Uuililir.^.',
Via.rift. J'. C.
11   K. IIKAM.KY
Ac nt
Dunsmuii. Avenue Cumbepland, B. C.
-ft   "V It  Si  i j1'  ., ���������-, a,,,,. aaTvrta.HTfe--<M.lrvn.-aW^l-^6aa6te������^__  -1  ZTHE NEWS, CIBIBERIJANB, B. C  r  t-.  ������������������ i.ii.i ��������������������������� ������i������m������ ikiiiiihiii  Court Cards -  And Cupid  rhe Jack Captured the Queen  and King.  By COLIN   S.  \a*-*������>  COLLINS.  l<>l������l���������i.>t>**>������������������,.(M>l-Q  v  iR  V-"  IV  'l,  , "Jack o' Spades," Culbcrt called blm,'  that first morning ho had gone to work  tn the Buckley building. Protests to  tbo effect that his namo was John Sy-  Bonds were of no avail. Ills name  fnt Jack, and ho was as black as the  gee of spades, so: tho namo duns. ,  At first ho was angry,, but ono could  Bot remain nnjjry long with Ivingsland  , Culbcrt, imd In tho cud .lack wound up  by'paying him a hero worship that at  times threatened to cost tlio man his  position,'for with Culbcrt lu lho elevator lt ran express to the next to tho  top floor,, no matter what tlio other,,  passengers might threaten.  .'   But Jack  had gained tlio position  through having saved Buckley's little  girl.from a runaway accident,.and he  merely smiled tolerantly at tho complaints and suggested that perhaps the  tlcvutor hud become unmanageable.  ��������� Until ICdllk McQueen camo Culbert  liad reigned alone, but after that ho  was relegated to second place, the only  Instance  wherein,  according to   Hen  Eodgm.in. tho queen outranked both  king and jack In the pack.'' A  Miss   McQueen   was/employed   by  ���������'Hbdgmau & Pottit, ,,wliq^.;.b'(_c'o was  ���������n tlio third Iloor, anilj/was Culbert's  ��������� babit to drop off at tbc'if olticcs on -Ills  May out to lunch and pick up the girl.  Bc had obtained tlio position Tor her,  ���������ndlt was understood lhat they were  ; engaged.' though no golden band au-  Bounced that fact.  Then thero camo the day when Jack  aoticed that MI.3 McQueen had been  crying when she camo In Culbert did  ' "_ot arrive'.'until late, and his face was  drawn and very white lie did not  even smilo when lie nodded to .lack.  When ho went out to lunch ho stayed  twice as long as-usual, and when he  did return lt seemed to Jack that ho  bad had iiiorethnu the ono cocktail be  '   usually allowed himself.  Miss McQueen did not go out to lunch  at all. and.when her employers had ridden down to lunch together .lack slip-  ���������ped-Iuto-the-otllce'to-ask-lf-ho-eouid"  bring her lu something.- Thore ho found  her with her head upon her arms. Her  eyes glistened "with tears as sho raised  her rave at the sound of his entrance.  "Don't you want,a cup o' tea, Miss  Qucenle?" ho pleaded.- "It's sho' good  for the headache."  .She shook her head with a wan littlo  .mile, and Jack slipped out again That  night lhe car passed Culbert's flooi  twice before lt stopped for him. A king  liad been deposed. ..  . But he was reinstated again because  ��������� of his evident., suffering. After that  first day tie did not repent tlio cocktail  episode: Indeed, ho seemed obllvIotiBto  lunchtlmo and never by any chanco  unci! the elevator when Miss McQueen  might happen to.be solnu out or In.  Jack pondered the situation, but there  ivas only one conclusion possible. In his  limited experience. Th<������ro had beon n  quarrel., and both were too proud to  tpenk Ilrst  It grieved him becauso they were  pood friends of hln, theso two, and  their quarrel hurt lilm as 'much as It  seemed to hurt them. More than once  he was tempted to speak to one or the  other and toll how the other suffered  but a cerlaln delicacy held, lilm back,  ' pud lie could only miserably wait the  turn ,of events.  Then en me Jack's Bcn'i'o. It was n  dull afternoon, and lio let lho elevator  drop slowly down. At the ground floor  ho threw open the door to look up nt  a huge policeman; not Clitirlle, who had  the bent nnd who sometimes come lu to  get warm, but another mnn. a stranger.  Though he had never had direct dealings wllh the pollco, Jack wus ufrald  of thcni. To lilm tlicy wero not guard  Inns or the pence. Tlicy wero men ,  who arrested peoplo. When the big man  demanded to know which ofllcp Mlas  McQueen wns, In. red'CHlilng his mem  nry in. to tin- innne from a formidable  looking (lociiineiil. iIiu'U'h heart sank  "I wnnt to tea lior about,n stolen  iviitcli," he lidded, nnd .Incl-V misery  .vim complete The little clintcliilno  .he hnd worn had been replaced lately  tiy a more elnbonifi' uflnlr oi' gold with  . long chain. It must lie this one that  was wu tiled  There wns only ono thing to hn done,  flndn't Mr Culbert got tho Janitor  ���������nit of .lull Hint tlinw lio Iind troublo  with his wIl'oV Jack run tho cm' up  to Uie ������Uth (lour nud with a raguo  "To (lie left" shut fho door mid drop  ped down to tlio third,  ''  i:.a l.;,:v.t In iip-.n Mku McQ'.i.-ia will)  n face fM'iiy wllh Itorvor anft etclte-  merit Hhe rune iin'coi'tnlnly tit his call  nnd ciime Into the hull.  He fairly drugged her Into tlio ear  tad thnt up to tho lop floor. Through  _).o Vittli'o .niiinl do rniilil aoe tho ftffl-  ���������cr dcKccndlinr tlio stiilm, Some ono  bud told Hlni where the girl worked,  nnd no wiih going lifter her.  hinting wllh fear, ho flopped al thu  gevetitli ll������������>r iukI pushed Mln* Me-  gneen Into Culbert'n olllco, cloning and  ���������coking the door after hlni. (Million  looked up wearily from tho detk  "Wliat'n the matter, Jack'/" bo de-  miitWed. with * f������������>,mnl how to the  (iri."'  "Dur'i ��������� pollo#i_.in after her," ho ox  phd-ed.  ������������%������ done Stole x wttct, &_������  he's after _������ ������  "What af* you talking about?" Culbert cried. "Mlaa McQueen, .a tblefl  Impossible)" "        .  "Be don* say h. want to.see ber  about a wn^b tbat "was stole,'' insisted Jack.   "Ah don. bear bim."   ; ���������"���������"  "A pollc^an Irishes to see me?"  asked ib. Sirl. "About a watch?"  Jack nodded. "I think I can explain/'  sho went ������a������ turning to Culbert.  "When-wUeH It happened r stopped  wearing yenr watch and used mother's. I Ioff yours on tho bureau, and  when I ob^i) home It was gone. I  made a coP'Platut to tlie police, and I  auppose thef have caught the thief aud  wish oi$ to ^entify my property."  "But what have I to do with it?" he  asked.  1 "I don't' fchow," she replied. "Jack  Just camo fl'ter nio, hlsface liTld wllh  fear. , I supposed ttmt something terrible had b^PpencU, that perhnps''-  "I was in trouble," Culbert euggest-  o_,._uppl..i08 tho break. "I have beeu  tempted to, ������������t It scorned cowardly to  kill myself. What 1 cannot understand  Is Jack's cli^n of reasoning."  "Ain't lawyers for-to keep people  from goin' to jail?' the boy demanded.  "And ain't !*n tire bes' lawyer?"  "You eiui"ut expect tno to answer  'no' to that," laughed Culbert.  "Dat's It," oxplnlucd Jack. "I'brung  ber up her. to savo her."  Tho two throw back their heads nnd  laughed. aHd In that laugh the uiisun-  del-standing3 wore forgotten; Culbert  tucked lior under liis arm ii. tbo old  familiar wa? and unlocked.tbo door.  "1 guess I'll go down with you-iind  see the officer." be .aid.' "It looks Important to b''We your attorney" ���������  Ho tbt'ov/ open tho door, and" Jack-  slipped out. There" was n soft but significant sotj^i tbut brought a grin to  Jnck.'s facer and then tliedwo followed  him into tb<? car. .  Tho big policeman grinned'at Jack  In most friendly fashion when tlio interview coji('lude<l. and he stepped, into  the car. 0" the up trip Culbcrt slipped a bill into his hand." -  "There's J* pleco of wedding -cake  goes with 'his,' he said, "but .that  comes a little later. .This.is a time, my  boy, when tbo Jack of Spades captured  tho Queen ot He-arts and the King ol  ��������� Idiots,"                    .,".-,-          ,  "Yessir," ������issentod Jack, wondering  what it all mount fie know about tho  wedding ci'^os and ten dollar bills.  The rest ><as Greek, but satisfactory  because hls king and queen were  pleased.  CONCERNING   RESTAURANTS.  An Aeroplane Compasi. .  A compapS bas now been made for  aeroplane, pi lots that will automa ileal--  ly make llic 'necessary1 allowance tor  the sido di'ift of tbo machiuo. An.  "Sefopllfne (5.vtug^cr5ss~the Wind may  .drift.to onO sido as; much as twenty  miles ln aP hour's "flight, so that-in  such n wl"u an ordinary compass  wonld bo iJSuicsg. whllo tho standard  methods of a ship's captain for calculating and Allowing for.tbe drift aro  hardly prai'Hcal for'an airship. Tbo  new Compaq has a transparent bottom, so tha1 the aviator can soo tho  earth beloV through "it. Ou starling  his flight nc sets an arrow to tho direction Jio Avlslios to go and. then  watches'to sco If objects on tho earth  move parallel to tho arrow or go across  It diagonally* if tlicy move parallel  the arrow JA'correctly pointed, aud no  cnows lh������rc Is no -side drift. If tbo  objects on Hie earth go across dins.--  anally bo 'host straighten out hlsi  course until 'heir movement ls parallel  to his art'o0*' whJcii wlll mako an er-  iot allowau<!0" for the drlft.-Saturdaj  Evening l>oSt,  Cuttlnfl Iron Under Water.  A (jeniiiib Inventor has mado nn  oxyliydrog(.n burner that cuts metals  tinder wate'"' Hitherto this haa boon  a dillicult thins to accomplish. Most  Iron cutting tools work very slowly  ind' nnmuisifnctorlly under water, nnd  tho o!iyh.vdi'0Roii flatno In tbo ordinary  burner is Immediately extinguished  when Immersed, fn tho new apparatus  lho burner )s.protected hy a bell simp-  ed metal p������od. A powerful jet ut  compressed tiir licpps wntor out and  offeclually Protects tho gas orltlec.  Sixteen fort below tlio surfaco of tho  water tlio burner linn cut through n  bnr of Iron two and one-half Inelien  square In (lih'ty Beooiula. It can cut a  twelve liieD Blot In n threo qiinrtor  Inch plato in ono mid a half minutes.  Tho burner "lionld bo useful to divers  for (Milling Iron nnd steel In wred'H,  for removlufJ rivetji, boring hole? nnd  other Btibiinirlno work.  4 444,f^a,{,^,.a{,^M|. ^,4,4.^4.4.4.^.4. ^.4.,  ���������PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.;;  prtBslnfl Wounds.  For ollhtM' moist or dry dress-  I lugs for wounds tfluco.su rimy bu  used, iror tho former tho surface of fI������o wound Is Ilrst Ihur  ouglily (ik'uried with Blei'lllztil  collon (j\vi||j.i iiiclstcncd wllh 11  4,8 tioluiioii ol riucoso In witter  This fiir'".^ an iHotonU1 sacclm-  rlni) "hui-'JUi,"   It Ih llion covor  lid   Will)   "I'l'KSllig   bOiilil'll   III. tho  ���������'I'liilJnj', v'hloU I.s Mifiii'i'il lu Utc  nsunl miiUijer w|lh stcrllo wool  and baii'liigcr. I''or tho dry  ', tlroRNliiR Howdnrod glucose \t  dtiflteil o^r tlm buiThco of tlio  n-jimii"! In ",1'T'j fen- run'!' ib.b:  It   |)!lltlf|ll.   Itltllrtllgll   tho   moist  drcssliigii occasion no pain. Tln������  drcHNlngf* ������ro renewed ovory ������ln.v  for inrcrtod wounds im<i thor  oimlily cl^Uised at eai-h drcsulng  Wlion flCorly tjWnfiTtcd tho  dressing I* cliiingcd only on ai-  tornnto (Joj-h ond then loft fro-  ipiontly at honiing prosre������������os.  (llucoso nnpoura to fnvor jfronu  J latlon and cicntrtr.atlon.  m+i+4++tH+*H1+W+++++**+  fl**** Where You Can Get Everything  Except Nourishment ,   ,  A restaurant ia a place where you  pay . $4 for 15 cents' worth ' of  food, accompanied by about $2 worth  of light labor, light china and light  fcusic,' which you hate heard before.  After leaving your, hat with a Wall  ���������trcct syndicate,, you pay all the way  from 10 cents to a quarter for tbe  privilege of getting lt back and wearing it, onco niore. Tho difference between a man ond woman Indeed today ia quito aimple. A woman pays  |S0 all at once for her hat- while a  man rays $5 for hia and flCty-flv. more  In tip Installments for,storage nt restaurants while he is vainly trying to  obtain enough nourishment to sustain  life between times.  The object of all restaurants ls to  furnish you. with everything you want  cicept nourishment. This Is. carefully  extracted from all food before It reaches you.  Every restaurant nowadays has attached to it ft homeless hotel and a  drugless drugstore, also a newspaper  ���������tand whero you can buy a paper fot  not over twico what you can get It  for across the street.aud a box oflice  dispensary whero yoii can get theater  tickets for almost any night you don't  want them at tho same rates. Every  restaurant nlso has a wine cellar which  is' filled with native cobwebs, European labels and California grape Juice.  -Life. a   A Matter of Personal Rights.   "  ���������'Hero, how Is this?'' demanded'.h������  conductor, savagely. _ "You have thirteen children, and they are all trying  to travel on half rate tickets.".  The man and woman addressed looked at each other, and a flush that suggested them to be guilty of trying to  ���������swindle tlio railroad camo to their  cheeks.   But they made no response.  "How old. is that girl back there?''  continued the conductor; pulling hii  .tawny.mustache. ���������'  "She will bo twelve tlio 2d of Novem-  ber," replied tbe ������������������woman, figuring it  out on her linger ends.  "And,how old Is that boy, next her?"  ���������'"If he lives till the-27th of November'he will be twelve, too," answered  tho man sharply'.'  "Ila. just as I expected 1" gloated th������  conductor. "Now hoiv can yoa explain  the proximity of-their birthdays?" and  he waited for the confession. n   v! *  ���������That's easy enough," ventured.tin  ���������woman frariklyi'  .."It is. Is it?"  "Yes. Thero is no law I know ot  tbat prevents cousins being- born Ui������  same, month."  Britith Cheese*.  British, cheeses aro all made from  cow's milk without any mixture, save"  In the case of VloafVcheddar, which is  tometimes flavored with sage leaves.  A GREAT INFIELD.  Cruel Tail Docking.   .  Horses In Italy are docked lu a cruel  Brou the re Thinks It Was the Best th*  Game Ever Saw,  In the midst of a rabid pennant discission two e,\ perls suddenly switched into a heated argument as to which  and disfiguring fashion.    Several of 1 was the greatest Inlleld that ever piay  the caudal vertebrae are amputated���������  It is a kind of crlppllug���������and the  plague of, flics in Italy, against which  tho horse Is rendered helpless, ls of a'  kind never known in America.  Sewing by Machine.  The earliest attempt at sewing ny  machinery of which thoro Is any authentic record was in 177,'', In which  yeiir a machine was patented in Knglnnd by Charles F. Weisenllial.  Amber.  If you nro buying a pipe and want to  mako sure you are getting a mouthpiece of genuine amber tho Imitation  mndo from gum copal can bo doteclcij  by Boakhig ln alcohol. Sometimes real  amber pieces aro gluod or melted together to imitate the solid pleco, but  these will fall apart if submitted to  the alcohol test.  Testing a Diamond.  ' A dlamoiu. plunged into water will  be   plainly "visible   and" will   glitter  through tho'liquid, while an Imitation  stone is almost invisible.  ... Corks of Catatonia.  Tho cork industry, especially the  manufacture of bottle corks, is the  iiiost distinctive one of Catalonia. This  Industry ls confined exclusively to the  province of Gcrona and tho world depends to a very considerable extent ou  tbe supply of cork from this province.  Belgium's Laces.  ' The principal Jacos made in llelgmui  aro tho Brussels. Venetian, Mallncs,  Lille, Parisian,   Valenciennes, Bruges  and Flanders.  Postage Stamps of Egypt.  Egyptian, stamps aro peeullary, expressive, of the history of the country  which thoy represent. The pyramids,  the mystic sphlnx)'jtall palm.trees outlined against tho night.sky, tf.train of  camels stopping to drink from the  River Nile, all aro represented. -  ] cd���������tho Chicago Cubs, with Chance,  I'Evers, Tinker and Stolnfeldt, or Mack's  l Athletics, with Mclnuls, Collins, Harry  ! a ad Baker.  The rebuttal was finally put up to  us aud we in turn pu.sed it along to  Dan llro 11 tliers, who hiis been a good  bit closer to ringside uud wlio should  know.  Daniel lias boon oirsouio fair InlieKlS'  himself, lio hit .-110 for tho old Detroit clan of 1SS7 with a quartet embracing Drouthcrs, ltli-liardson, Kow'e  and White. Ho bit .111-1 for tho linlli-  moro I illicit! of 1.1)1, which embraced  nroiUhers, Itelt., Jennings and Mc- |  Craw, no has playoiFon the best and  has seen iho others pass in parade be- {  foro him year after year. ' |  "Why," commented' l.lg Dun, ";i  choice between the Cubs and Athletics  for tho greatest Infield? Tlicy wero  both good, and tiio Athletics aro still  In harness. Uut neither ranks as (lie  best���������not for nio when ! think of that  liostou infield of 1S07. with I'.red Ten- ���������  ney at first. Hobby Lowe at second,  Herman Long atshort-and Jimmy Collins at third.  "This Is the one greatest Inlleld of  lho gamo���������tbe best combination of batting and fielding power, brains, speed  and smoothness. It lias them all beat;  cu.'and I doubt if Ils equal will ever  bo gathered' together again. There  wasn't an angle of the game at which  thoy wero not stars. All four batted  above .315,' with "fielding averages  around .QaO. Tbey- worked without a  slip���������without a break���������and in all the  lime I watched Ihem play I uov'or saw  even a touch of bonebead work. There  was no angle of tho gamo at which  all four wero not stars. They may  bavo bad  no   moro  power than  the  . "This alu't no smoking car," tliun-  ���������dered-llie-tlcket-punclier-os-hc-'pouncc-d-  upon a girl eating a banana, to hide his  confusion.���������Philadelphia Record.  Some London Slang.  The London dustman's slang name  for articles of value found in dustbins  Is   "tots,", wbilo   "sparrows"   is   tho  uanie for gratuities.  PRACTICAL HEALTH  HINT.;  Concerning "Dandruff.  Alcohol applied several times a  E week to the scalp wlll curedan-  * drulT. If. you find that this  J makes, the scalp and hair too dry  J add six teaspooufuls of castor oil  f, lo one pint of alcohol. No ono'.  v should neglect curing dandruff  % onco it has appeared. If'allow-  j ed to continue the hair will bo-  % conio   vory tliln   iind   baldness  * may result. 11 is very necessary  1 16 keep the scalp clean while il  f. ia Urns diseased.   Dandruff Is In  ' !j! fodious, so bO'Very careful that  ! V no oue uses your,,comb nnd brush  '$, or wears your bat;    Thoso aro  +  j j tlio llilngs Hint  usually  spread  S  * the disease... J  ! 4'.-J..^+.l..l.^a4���������.^^.,l,^,>^~^^.^^.I..^���������!������������������M���������^���������^���������w  CAVES OF REFUGE..    -,  Scheme to Reduce tho Loss of Life in  Mine Explosions.  Refuge caves arc now being .proposed as n menus of saving-life in conl  mines, ' The. idea is to havo in each  mine otic or more caves dug oui of tlio  .olid conl or rock from one of tlie inalu  passu gas of the initio.    Tho entrance  to tho cave from' the main  pnssnge-  ��������� way,would bo a Icing, narrow tunnel  , with  tlirco or four  sets of  massive  ' doors, so thai, tlio cave would by ox-  plosion proof.   In tiiiics of danger miners who could not-get to the surface  would go lo tills cave and shut thetu-  .elves In.  i   "A considerable proportion of deaths  ! in coal miuo disasters Is duo to the  j after effecjs of an ��������� explosion   rather  I than (0 lho explosion" llself. nnd often  Hie miners  Imvo lived   for  hours  oi*  even days before Ihey suffocated.  The  caves would servo under similar conditions.  Air would liavc lo be supplied ln the  caves, and this could be done either by  small boreholes to tlio1 surface, such na  1 are uot uncommon in coal  mines, or  Athletics'   four  and   but .little   more [ by pipe lines-built so ns to bo oxplo-  Needless Worry.  A patient young angler was diligently plying his rod and lino.  "Do you know," howled' the Irate  owner, appearing ,on the scone; "that  yon aro fishing ln forbidden water?  Yes, sir, preserved water! And perhaps you will allow mo to Inform you  that I havo been to considerable ex-  penso in well stocking It with fish."  "Ah, yos!" exclaimed tho angler languidly. "And with wbat fish, may 1  ask, havo you so liberally replenished  tho stream?"  "With roach, sir, my favorite fish."  "Ah. well, thou, iu that case," blandly observed ��������� the youth,' "there's 110  need-for.you to worry further, for I  nm fishing, for trout."~l'lttsluirgb  Chroniclo-Telegraph.  Ceylon's Pearl Fisheries;  Tho pearl fisheries-of Ceylon are In,  the gulf of Mannar, near tho extreme  ap.orthwest-corncr-oMhe-islandrand-the-  banks' most famous ln times past"lie  close to tlio' shore near a placo called  Marlchchukknddl. Siiico 1907 the banks-  have not been productive.  smoothness tint 13 the Cubs, but in the  combination of all things'that go to  make up a perfect Infield machine tlioy  must bo set out in front of the others  with something to spare. ,; Tcnney,  Lowe, .Loug and Collins-ask- tfny one  who saw Ihis four In their prime  whether or uot I'm rIght?"���������Grantland  IUce in Collier's Weekly,  FRIEND, OF  THE  FAT  MEN.  Yukon Horses.  Horses aro raised'successfully far up  in-the Yukon'territory, where abundance of fino land is available for pasturing.      ^   An Old Time Coach."  m the museum of coaches at Lisbon  Is a conch which was built In 1S_1.,  Literature and Biiiines*.  An ambitious youth 'wrote an author  for advices "I am only making $10 n  week nt my business," ho wrote,' "nncl  "I think I could make a success In literature."  Tho author replied:  "I nm only averaging $0 a week nl  my business. Tell' mo what yours is,  and if you're roally anxious to Jump  Into lltoraturo I'll swap Jobs with you,"  -Atlanta Constitution."  Taps the Earth.  A six foot clock which stands In an  ofllco at Carlis.e, Pa��������� lias bocn operated by electricity from the earth since  1870. ���������A wlro rims from tbo earth to a  magnot In the clock, and so constant  has tho supply of electricity boon tlint  lho clock has run well nigh continuously sinco It was invented.  Monster Palm Leaves.  Tlio leaf of tho Ceylon talipot pnlm,  which  grows to a hundred  feet lu  lioigbt, is so .wldo that It will covor  twonty men.  Thi* Doctor Tells How They May Reduce Their Too Solid Flesh.  Tho latest remedy for obesity has  been-set-f oi'tlj-by~Dr~G a i ish~a"C.er-���������  mau physician, Oo claims one of the  main causes ror an Increase of weight  Ib the late dinner hour. Food taken in  the evening and thon followed by lhe  roposo of tho night is the best thing  In tho world for forming of adipose  tissue, and thoso' who lament their in-  creasing weight should stop that particular form of pleasure tlie first thing.  His treatment In 0 dietary is as follows: In tho morning the patient  must take a cup of toa with buttered  toast, and If he Is too hungry to wait  for luncheon ho may take an egg and  Bomo broad and butter at 10 o'clock.,  At 1 o'clock the meal consists of moat,  vegetables, salad and a litlld compote;  Jn tho afternoon some coffeo with a  littlo while bread and butter. And In  the evening thero Is only a small pleco  of bread and butter.  For tho, first two or threo days tho  patient will feel "extremely hungry in  tho evening, but this soon passes off,  and ho gels into tho habit of eating  moro at tho first two mon Is, this being  counteracted by oxorclso In tho afternoon.  It 1_ claimed for Mr. Gallah that, his  patients Ioso one or two pounds a week.  r-Chlcngo Tribune,  ion proof���������running through- tho initio  passages. Tlio cuyo connected- with  the surface by a borehole could be supplied with air freely and kept In touch  with tho surfaco by a telepuuno. nud  .food could bo sent down through tho  hole.  A cave connected by a conduit  through"the'mine'could also havo telo-  plionlc communication wllh tho ��������� nur-.  face, but it would bo necessary in this  case to keep n quantity of., concentrated' food and somo water stored ln the  chamber. Supplies of medical first aid  materials and a pulmotor for reviving  miners overcome by-gases could also  ~lTo~"E3pr"iTr"flTr"cavo lo7"a(lvan_age.-������  .Saturday Evening Post.  CLOTHES AND  Creased  THE STATUE.  Statuary  Potato Wine,  Wlno It Bomctlmos mado from  lowly potato.  tho  The Mighty M'ssiseippl.  In an uvorago year the Mississippi  carries "out to sen 13C.000.00O tons of  mineral or earth salts In solution and  CIO.000,000 tons of mud,  Monk* of St. Bernard,  The hni'd, cllinnto nnd the perilous  tni.lt undertaken by the monks of the  famous SI, ..Iiorunn. hosplco usually  ruin tho health of these originally robust men in tlu brief spell of flftcci,  years, when Ihey return to Mni'tigny  lo conclude (heir flays. Kvcn tho dogs  nro at Intervals sent to Mnvtlcny' fot  n rest.    Weighting ������ Diver,  Tho bouts worn by a professional  diver weigh twenty pounds each, The  helmet weighs forly pounds, nml th������  diver al.so carries el_,hly pounds ad-  (lltlonnl weight.  Expanding Screw For Railways.  Por attaching rails to ties on rail-  toads a Frenchman has luvonled 11  eerow that Is said to hold tighter than  nny thing yet devised. It Is ln two  parte, Ilrst a hollow acrow, open at the  lower end, silt a short distance tip tlio  aides iuul having a worm Inside ns well  oh outside. Tills Is screwed Into tho  holo lu tho tie. Into It I.s screwed the  second part, which Is a solid screw,  conical In shape. As Mils Is driven  I101110 lt forces tbo lower, end' of the  hollow acrow apart, making It spread  nnd becomo wider bolow than above,  thua biting tho wood of the lie In 11 wny  Unit makes It Inextricable  Trousers   Now   In  , ��������� Hall.In the Capitol.  Creased trousers have, broken into  statuary hall, in the eapltol, where  bronze nnd marhlo statesmen for years  have gazed at each oilier In silence  with clothes Hint bagged 111 tho knees  and boro the appearance of having otherwise been used up. But when the  statue of Zncharlnh Chandler, formerly senator from Michigan, arrived a littlo whllo ngo a now stylo was set.  Zachnrlah I.s chiseled In a fashion suit  ���������a frock coat nnd trousers with creiist'H  so sharp they would cut your finger.  Lewis Cuss' trousers hug frightfully  nt tho knees. Dnnlel Webster stands  fnco to faco with Chandler In a cut  away coat Hint is awfully mussed,  General Lew Wallace ls near by, with  his cuffs rolled up and lho nppearnnco  of novcr having Koen a tailor; Frances  Willard, tho only woman In the aggregation, vvenrs n dress that looks like It  had been used nBa-sloopIng robe.  Hut Zncharhih Cbnndler'H sartorial  effect Is marvelous, Ills frock coat t.u  clothing store obnrt perfection, and his  collar and Uo aro arranged Iu the iin-at  approved form, ilo hnt no Miffs on hU  trouRorn. but lliey fit lilm well.-New  York Herald.  * **������***_..  row?  City Hoy-Au, gwnnl Vou needn't  kid mo 'caiwoVm from tho city. Doy  golH milk out of a rod wagon, Don't  yer think I i_now?-rut6liiirgh PrcuH. ���������  Shifting Ideal*,  jiTost of the dnmiuls that T know  Or llvo nmontt  JJcsIre a Urummel for a l>c������u  When they oro youiip.  A mon must loart of r������v������n hair  Indian) to curl  And -������ a timUlniUUoniire  To avln ��������� girl.  ���������ut with the y������������n a |lrl grows meek.  Bhe drop* that mood,  And twenty-seven plunks * week  Looks pretty good  -K-nui City Joumst  Costly Uniforms.  Tho cost of a British rnbliiPt minister's   full   dross   uniform   Is'   1-0  guinea".    How the Lantern Wa������ Invented.  King Alfred lho Great Is credited  wllh orlglnatlnir tho lantern. Ho was  go bothered by tho cnudlo fianum blowing In lho wind that ho protected  th*ni by putting tho candles In cow  horun, which ho ordered to be tcraped  Pruning German Names,  noclollcs with long names aro usually  iihiirlonwl hy busy Americans, as with  the "Y. M. 0. A." and tho "I W. W���������"  which oro popularly known by their Initials. Germans nlso oro now abbreviating smno unduly cumbrous lilies,  Tho AUcgemMno Liiftfahrlzoug-Auss'  tolhuiB" Is popularly known ns tlio  ���������AIn," nnd now the "DfiiHueho Alius-  fthuflfl fur den MutlioimUlFclicu uud  Nntiirwlssfiiiicliiiflllolien Unlorrlchl"  hat been happily (.'(inverted Into tho  ���������Tsii'.r.'i" ".'!',!'.-!:, "."!:!!,; ;.lv',::;;", A.yy.  (IniHiblo iih lo the title of un American  ���������oclefy, him no Impious cnnnotiitlnn to  lho Gernuin.-OiUlook.  Captain Scott',? Ship.  Captain Scott's ship, 'the Terra Novo,  will not bo (niton (0 London I'or exlilbl  tlon pitrpo'-es, Sho' bus been repiir  chased by the original owners nml will  proceed to Newfoundland, where Mm  will n go 111 bo employed In ki.iIIhk ������>f  tlio niil111.1l history collt'ctliinc alumni  Iho Rhlp when niu* arrived nt Cardiff,  perhaps the most Important, und from  11 per.'ioiiiil point of view ci'itulnly lho  nioit precious, Is tho collcctltni nt to*-  nils discovered h.v Cnptnlii Scull nud  Wilson during thn III fined return Journey from the soul It pule. This bo-x of  fosslln was found on a sledse when  Iho relief parly arrived nt tlie phieo  whero Captain Scott mid his criutiau*  buis pi'i'Ihiicd.  The No Hat fail,  The "no hnt I'li^hlmi" which bud n  rapid rise nnd n Kinl.leii fall Iu (Jer-  thin.  Our grandfathers mndo lanterns: ���������,nny two,years ago Is again becoming  by punching holes ond sills In properly j  ihn pod1 pieces of (In, which woro (hen  popular, according to nn nvllclo In lile  Minio.   "The tltno wi*������," r,ayt lho pi-  soKJorcd together.    Tho light which   pPr, ",vJicn a liatle.su num In lho alrcnl  camo through (ho Illllo cute wan ul-' * * ���������--'- -"���������" ��������� '������������������������"������  ways very dim and fllckcrlnc.  Tiny Eleelrical Motor.  The smallest coiuuicrtlnl oloclrlu inttor weighs less than two pounds. It If  Attracted much nlleiitimi and cau serf  peoplo to *po?i:'.ifo as t'i how m\ft  whoro ho could hnvo lost tliHt indls  DoumMo pnrt of bis nlilro. Now Mi*  uinu wltlioul a hnt Is recognized a. u  inrtorlal hero who snbKrrlbos to tin  Injured ActreEjee,  A rarl.sl.'in iieli'CKs, Mile. I'rlol. has  In. ii-rcd her eyes for 1.1.000. hut sho  sifts more vnluo upon her ,l<mi. ������ind  licaiillful hull'. Thin sho has Injured  for ������7.fi00.   Milo. Maud Hurry, iinothcr  1 ieli.ll ilClU'hS, Ililh illMlll.'il  lur Mldlll-  Ly-- t'-v Vl."-rK\ "lillc M!.'..*. V.t-zUin  I'.udel has taken out 11 policy fur iTiti,-  ;.ik) 011 hor voire.' The fiimoiin diincer.  Mile, Nfiplorskowskn. hns liixureil lier  rent for Cl'J.riOO, for tin nccldciit  to  Mi,.,-..   \i..,nM   li'ivin   !i,.r   lieIn'.'   i'i'lirtvi>'1  fif lioi'.HUiaiis of Ili'eliliOiid iiU'igHhiT -  Pe-iivii's Wwl.lj".  Lone Tree������ Are D.'intjeroun Sh*H������r������.  Ci-tlliii; under llie lone tree t-i e.-nipn  welling when 11 sudden shower comes  up l\ ii.-!.... IT.,' fit,. V.. r tl.e '.I'.v.er,  It fieenit. the inure deadly thn MuhliiliiR  ih.it ue .niijiiii.li's il. and is l.iie tree  minding In a fluid I* un Iti* I.In-, al-  Ir.iclluii  fur Ikililiiliig.    IVttt'i  ie!;������' n  UK  '.   trl  Uicd where t little power 1������ rca-ilred,,' ihoory that tho lint Is usMmi oicctt 1 dueldnj, ilr.n mt n������ lorininni to'  "] tucb is for dental drill*, tic, [ u t orotuotor of th* wlarmak.r." \ iioctrlc curri-nt.-lowa lu-iii_���������UMi. ft.������M������t������������_.ifc-  l������l>-il������ k<MW4*.������fl������-  Jo������t(^ft������*)^Wa.^.������.at*(^1('������H, ������,^Mi^������������������#*HM^M!������������*������toiy������*  ���������*WW���������tf-JWfWff*a  THE NEWS, CUMBER!.AMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  - ���������������>'���������J* J.?n-;,^.rrfapjg|CT*i_iy.nr ]A*.a*.__Mr<������wt������^j'r������fc^r_<������^ twiw  WALLPAPER BARGAINS  )  To mafee room for our new stock of 1914  * ��������� - - paper, balance of old Stock - -  \Ms__hI_ Alls! Mfkillil!:  at once.   Call andget prices.  A new iot or Cabinets, Buffetts and Malie-  . able Beds just opened out.  A full line .of  Pillows,   Blankets.   Stoves  and Ranges to choose from.  ������  a       a  ie Furniture Q  Md'iiee Mock,  A, MolONi&GN     Cumberland  lj   .....��������������� t ~<-sh,t. -���������-,-iy  jitwvi-:-. ...k>-i,v.-.c.* M-. x^m-.x,.r.������m-*..T**.tKr.*mr*:i.m.t?rmmAw.ymz:.-*3.  X'tA ^������������������^'���������isos'srrtsasrrp *".*.v'^*:-,|<s'c__BeReB������vt ���������tpxsssEsxssaxastsK -ncnBrsBiaaxeeaosaiw  it rl Sa_*.i'.2*___-i3EaiA ^.v___-a_waess__l Lzzssaxsps^wscisl taisissaaiBxtaKssesrJb  1  A 1 In Why ffltittttra. nf 'Qlhr ' I  6  iS  ty  ������  a  O  ������  o  o  8  c,  o  Cameron Auto  o  Phone 1074,,521 Superior St g  Victoria, B.O.  ,.  I  Wo liavo for suit* a few slii>hllv used nnd rebuilt ������>  a                       |'   1" fc>  cars in lirst clnss condition, which nuist oe fold to meet w  real estate' pnyiiK'iits.                    > ..9  >>>  JgaxsxguHrceaEcm fiuXss-S-jKrassssa, w iB___s_s_njK_B_!__J ^vaf.-^tm^r^_c^it  {,  FEED! FEED FEED!;  ���������A. B, OKAWFOED BARN  A largo   stock of short?,  -bran, eruslioii oats, .hay  n  j nu.Uy'iu'Vi for enle at exceptionally low prices.  Phone 32  Courtenay  |ii"!li!!l!illllll!lllli!lll!lllll!lliilii:illil!lllllll!IIIIM^  pp  te.r'.lprCrv^^/e^.ft^^BWa^,  *B  &>  I  e j his means of' inforniini>; the voters of this City  ���������I i a ice  g.. 1 nnt I am again in ilie .field as ,a Candidate for Mayor und  l<$  thai i shall continrc io advocate the followinsj doHcv.���������  ||   ���������      That during tlie present iiidu'strihl ifcifble, rs  at  all  t, h other limes, everv citizen- w-ho keeps  tlie  peace shall' be |  0ii fe  jjiotecica^. , " n   ��������� t .   , g  11 ^'liaMhe Wage-liarner, who- js the most  important  1.]  factor   in'the welfare ancl,'pro jressdf this community,  'as  jf5f. he   is   of  every other'community, shall continue to have  0 as-much'consideration as any other class.  1 ' Thai" the strictest economy will ^continue to have the  B closest aUeiition.        )-.".,���������      ,;  '$ That  Local I i provenieuts of! an expensive   character-  i������j a-h.Vl he proceeded with: wheu the  local  property  owners  ||  lu be beiiefi.ied thereby desire them, and are at the same |j  liim*. prepared to bear tlie cost.  That I shall favorthe introduction of a By-Law" to  raise mon.y^ou t)ie credit of the Municipality for work  relating lo general improvements, wlieif there is a likeli-  hood of a. majority of the ratepayers favoring such  'By-Law.    " '       " s ~       : ~  That the sauiiary condition of lhe City will continue  to be .closely attended' to.  Tliat 1 shall always work in conjunction with the  ^ Council, in any nniter that pertains to the best( interests  11 of the people of this City. "  That these aiKl other matters of importance will be  ������������ dealt with publicly before c-le:tion day.  ������  Buick, 4 passenger,  I  Ford Touring Gar,  ���������8  Ford Touring Car.  $325 I  $350' i  Q  O '  9!  ���������9  Ford Touring Car (.1912)$425  g.  lcfi  Q  ������  I   Ford Touring Car $275  |  ^. and seveiaf dt'h.er Touring Cars and Trucks. . ||  e���������������cctKEa_ie������Gc������cees-���������0c������ ceec@s������c������ie���������������c������GS���������������������������  I.TS3  Galt,Five.Passenger (1912)  ������     Demonstrator, Plisjhtlv used, elecric starter, }    <S|"7Cf|  O and -lis-hts.. ^ V  ������P^U  E?B^FSS_-g_i-B-_gn-_-^^  CAMPBELL  M TO_35>_rJ!T2IK^K.7!W -$rSEttJttlZ5B!3ZCp '  A esssssgSrSieais.sxSa lAi'sxwzvrztrf&Zifei.K,  jffiC$������$tS&8^Zi^lfe*^  A' YOU WANT-  Something G������  CHRISTMAS  ]    In the wav of BEEF, MUTTON.'  t? VEAL, TURKEYS, GEESE, BUCKS,  g - 00 TO THB���������  8 Comox Oo-Operative Society, Oumberland  p V/ii will hu-.'., hiins'injr iii tho shop a body of boof (wholo) Any   FA  ti   ono who Rao... _ thu no-iro.it. woi,;lit of it will pot n Turkoy lii'if.a,    $  Como uu] ntii im. ,tii _ lliiiflt joloutioa oi.' Moat and Poultry        ti&  ������������������,a:.������.iaia������������,������r'l>>������w.a'ra:..,r;lta,������oiai^a>I������.'~������'������a"w*'i������a������a������������rur������.sai'Jlaja-��������������� Haunu_>������a_n_Mnna���������������>������������������  jrX_U"rv������o Tli'i rtrnut Ulnrlen Tonic, n.i'l  fl.lw^.SCMP."'!' ,H'l,������ t'lli.'i'Uii'.l M'l'ithlv  ���������_^>V;'_������__a<y"c,l*,,llll0l'o'i whluli v," iik'.i co:  * -Wf'tn^T Uopoinl.  Hold in tl;v������ ������������������ ilnitroos  f'j&7fiw{ ot fiti'onBtJi���������No, l. a-1; Ko. ?,  V������y   vO KiiliiKcccM Htronirm, >.���������!! No. ft,  -'****      .f for Kiiiiulal cnKOH, sa pur bow-  !*mJ   8f>l'l 'iy ������H (b'iv:iTl.-'l-)P or (-a,t  (,        pi'l'IKlill   Dll   J'Ofl'Ipt of prlco.  "V..     Freepninplilot, V:ilro������n  Till'  'iVilfMCDI-INVCO.aTORbST.,ONT. L'onwrli/ ll'it.'Uw!  m  W  I  i  m  nliA  J,  ll  m  m  To the Electors of the City  of Cumberland.  ��������� M-  il**  ... .    ���������������������������   .       "i  -".Si  CSS_-____.6__^Ui_.B3E_3S.^ '^ ���������   P  THE "IDEAL" STORE    *������*������������������ ^'^rCoiia';   " *  ��������� ���������       ���������       ...      ��������� , i>  1  I LOOK OUT!  for the Milk wckjoii  with lho Green !>ox  1'M.lCSIl MI.,K ANU  KARA I PKODUCI.  j.   ' Our Mi'li? is lhe prr.d.!iet  I      id the'Uest 1'Vd CovVs  % 1 KMSH    MliM-C  g'D'.'livin.'il iurin.iii;j!& evenim. ^  t S, MARUYA       , J  I OST���������Kiiiic.y (.in-liii'ii cover  Ih'Iwtoii llie Ciunp nnd llm ]1!^  Sion! on Siiliinluy iiinlit, Wo-  Mini 10 lliiri nilici',��������� I low 11 n I,  fJO TO-  HUflH MITCHELL  FOR   YOUIt  1 Gen'I Blacksmithiiii*  -~,\Nf)..~  florseshi  Tl.ii'.i.St.  a.  Illlllll'l'lll.  iiywyw/i/v:*/^  I Wood Wood I  ; ' wood $,  ������   Now in 1 lie riiiio to phi..i! (.;  ;.j    yn,Ua onliT   |\'i'   SI.AH JJ  ft)    ' WOOD I  't)    S.i.fiO... t.'fi* dimI'lc lorn) fs_  ?ij    ?I.fill... ,jiit sii.^lu hind (jf)  .' t. ' \&j  % I'Voin Tlie (r<  f Star Livery Stables |  Having been requested by a large  number of electors to offer myself as a  candidate for. 'mayor, and, after careful  consideration, have a decided to accept  nomination. .1 .have served you seven  yc.v.s as alderman. If elected, I will  look after the best interests of the city  and citizens, and will do my duty without  fear or  f.tyor.  I will address you publicly and go  fully into the" matter before election  d.iy.     '     ���������"'''..'  Soliciting..your, votes an.l mil r.nce  for ;i thorough business and up to date  method of ..conducting the affairs of your  city.        o .     *  I am,  Yours Respectfully,  iiiii:iii!!!ii;;:!::iii!!iiii!ii!ii:!i!iiiiiii:i!iii.!ra  i uiim~rTTnnimTi*nin rrmT���������m-nrT-mri~niriinniMTnTii- mnn iii WTiiirw i r  ~i~n n     nn m        mi   nu in m wi n* _"��������� 'ii'frn     k  ^\|ll!llllilliilllli;illllrll!!!!11llll!l!ll!lliill!lllt!ll!!!ili:lli;!lll!i!!il!ll!!lli::^  |  Capital Prtid Up $11,560,000.  Reserve $13 000,000   |f  ^.'Rov'al^Bank of Canada." If  j OJlAFTf.   IS-rUK!)   IN. ANY  ' CURRENCY,. PAYAULB   Al-1. ||'  1 OVEIl    THE    WOULD.,   '���������-������������������-���������    7--"      iV  E.SSI  ������ *  JLmt*   JLJ$.Lk*>  SCSEIS  MAROCCHI BROS    S  GROCERS   8t   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  OUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  j  fa)  <���������)  0'.' *;.Xj ���������<Sfi<S<S������^������^E(������S5<?^  Aj.H'iiis f'ji rilH.iict". Mrowin^ Com pun s's H1CKR  Vi'ii'-lcsnU' Doulers iu all Kinds of   ���������  Wino.s aud Liquors.  K        SECOND   STREET  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $.5,000,0.0 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued hy The Ciimuliun Wnnk of Commerce, nre a wife, convenient nnd  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  paynhle williiMit charge at nny hank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, aro issued tit  , the following rates:  S3 nnd under    D cento  Over    B and not exceeding $10.    0    "  "    10      " *��������� 30 10    "  *'    30      " '��������� 50... IS    ������������  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  BhnuM bo mode t*y maun* of pUr J5ITCIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nml MONEY  OIWKRS.   Iftsued without delay it rewonnbl* rniee.  CUMIJBELAND BRANCH 7.'. W. T. WHITE, Wnrago  | SPECIAL ATTENTION piiid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS &"interou f  g ul iliij.!licet  Oiirrci'tTlii.i'!: alit'iwcd nn lii-po^ii. of i)il luTil-npwiu'rls.    B  | CU.MBSXt.l^D, B   C \ IJ an'-li, Opm D.vily                   ,                  |  | UNION "AY, B.C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  1 D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  fa'?*  fOURTSNAY,   S3, G ,r   Branch,    Open Daily.  R. M. HARD.WICKB, Manager.  %lllllllllllllllllllllll!l!lllli:illl!lll!lllllllll!lllllllllli!ini:i!l!!lllll!i!!llll!;ill!lllllllll!l!lllll|l!i^  I  hi  *JDHUM_-������-7Mnwir.TIV^---rin_UK<,._rL\IWK^  r t*wmj**misxmi*r2nat*c-*^'awm'^*j*..m4*j.r+ ^>u  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSML'iR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND;  m*W+'*������*MUiJtrM  V. BO-fiO^R:  TV  9  _  Man-footers. o��������� MINERAL WATER  I  P. 0. BOX A32  rrroNE 20,...  CUMBERLAND H  1  it.  wi������Tii^������������m������>irew������iiii������iiiM������y.rtf.i'.-tVftr������>a^  taatS^oessmtBSIxaSsaxa *sgq������uMS^������ewlm^amat*tia!aaaa*ee. tKntttrnjOoanmr mtmaaauanunm ^  If YOU GET IT AT       PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Big fall in  Cyele Prices  W  1  11  I  nuriiifr stork-tfikintT wo hnvo. frrnnd thnt wo.  luiv(M|uitc: a ir.nnbur of suconcl-liand shop-  r,oik.*d nnd "returned from birr:" machines  and an.1 !ioldiiu{ an ciul of season clearance,  at big price reductions.    Look into this.  Thos. Plimley  739 VATES STREET  VICTOR!.*, B. C.


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