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The Cumberland News Nov 11, 1914

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 ���������AA >(.   v.' ,���������>-���������-;."-���������  ^  n.yoted EatJcciallj'  to tne Inrwreiit^s of Cumberland and Surrounding L>i_Btr.ct.  wr^Kir *.*.>������ ������>_������-,u.r^i*_rk*aar*w*^  CUMBERLAND   ih C,  WEDNESDAY,    NOV.  11,, _9_4  TliK-MlCW.S. TwiiNTV'I'lKST   Y-KAU     .,  "        _._������.a������v.___-_.._^������������<T.-l.T-.i- _ r_-.-i.ar-.a_- w_.__K_m-^_w_,_,,-t;^r  SuBSCRjpTiorc-^i.ou a Year,  ?T_uui--a������-'(3������i-?jtu_:-.v_'jL*j.yjr������tn,;  j K-T-wnumtr *mw*a*jmm*zs***  ��������������� VfV-*^**. a^ff*  New Stock of Fall Suits for  a"}  .Men and Bovs  Cu; .'all Hangs of "AovAa CvprcontD i i eplimdid v .lues,  _:__  llie s y'.os aro tbovo.-y Idlest    _._ic-_.i-._i $5.50 to $27 00  r_u:.'. Suite, ri,.ht up to ih.. mlnut?, nt. from i. 12 50 to $30  Oui stock is conap oto and r-ur fiervicfiB at, j'ourcomm.nfl  Bovs* SuU'---W������ havo ilia .urgt'st a-trwing' of boys' Suits  t'Torsliwn Rt tlid 3?if. Storo.   Our.pi-icos ar. v.ry inoaorat.,  .and for Quality you onn"depend o:i ua.       ���������      ., ' '  '   ',  ������tmm't ������M&t & (En  ������#  How The Great War'������EP  feds Ths Royal Farri-  -.    Hies of Europe ,,  This war, among   many other  puini'ul    l lungs,    hns   thrust   u  sword between lhe Poyal Pamil  ies o!'-Europe-, dividing th m sue)  .denly   into     friends   and   foes.  Iving   George opposes,  his   fust  cousin, the kaiser,      The king's  nephew,  the   Duke of Saxe Co-  burg and Gptha. lights for Ger  many, while the Duke's   nio.hei  the Diveh ess ol Albany, organ ij:  ts relief work for Knglaud,  The Duke of Ih'unswiek.   nephew of Queen Alexandria, .a'.-es  up anus i'or Germany, while Ins  two aunts,   theDowagerLuiprfss  ol' Russia.'..ind QueenAl-xandria  nve iu .sympathy with the Allies  Piiuce Arthur of Coniuiught of..  fa-vs for active, service, while his  second cousin, the Crown Prince,  ot Gennahy, lead? an army.        .  GRANDSON OF" VICTORIA"  .    Prince   Albert' of- S-hleswig-  Holstein, the' grandson of Queen  Victoria ' and son of Princ-*.   and  Princess Chii.tian.  has   been   a  .major   iu   lhe   Prussian    Army,  with   an. address     at    Pot-dam  hi'herlo, but now   he joins   the  British army... .*   ,  ''The   Kaiser:n   first made   the  acquaintance   of the. future   em  Harrison-Frame  ������3^3������������vix_>������_X_������i������SX_f<_3������  aAa^.;. ..a ua_J/.__-������V<_L'_,l,. *���������_..���������������.-.. iiirj*^  A Grand    Gjiiwi'i't,    im ll'1'   the  ,iiia-'nh'e.s.-   of     Gnu;-     I\ii'iiii)iii.-.i  _ ^   Last Fiiday morning ' a very  pretty wedding' took place at the  -lidenceof the bride's parent*?,  when .the 1 icv, J. ilocxl celebrat'  ed the marriage of .Miss Jessie  Im'hiih:, eldest,,daughter of Mr  John Frame aud Mrs. Frame of  Maryport Avenue, and Mv. Wil-  '.'am   li. , Harrison   of   Seattle.  Tlie bride was wearing  lior-go.  tng-away suit  of Garbalenc novelty cloth  in   a    pretty   Fruich  blue   shade;    with   which    she  '.vorca  bioeaded    velvet-  toipv*  lU'i'nioutit   of the   same   shade  trimmed   with gold bri'iid,    and  corsage bouquet of bridal  roses,  and looked    very    pretty.    She  was ' attended    by    her.   sister,  Miss Agnes,   who was ���������becoming  ly   attired - in.,   a    chic    purple  broadcloth t-uit, with which she  wore a white beaver hai.    Tlie  bridegroom was attended by bis  friend, Mr.   R. Gordon,   of Se  'little.    The guests wero limited  to the intimate   and immediate  friends of the family.    After the  nuptial .ceremony,- the    guests,  with  the bride--and   bridegroom,  sat down to a. sumptuous break  '.V  i- *  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD^T f  "THE SQUARE DEALING KOU3������_.  "Recent Arrivals in Goods that I  "   <s."  l.'Are Much in Demand include J''  a       . 8  (rl  cMloa.  i dfllS  A    Choice Selection of Shades,  from Alloa. .Scotland,  , im]>orted  17  Lames  Waterprooi  Coat  f  Two Limsa: lMnin _rh-iAd*?P  %*.������������������  ���������-���������>  I  %  v. *  ____������������-  |v Waterproof Goats and  Gapes-  ������ For School Children���������all sizes  A  MAIL SKIiVICE.  ' GuiiMUi'iii'iiio- Thiii'r-ihiy. Oe.l.  'J.lh, the ni'iils will firi'iv'o iuul  lic'ilis-'p.'ita'h'.'il a-' faillow.:  An'be. by !'.'. Ov N. train, Tuef.-  day. Thursday mul Saturday at i'i  p. in. DispuK-hi'il, Monday, Wed.  j.i-sdy and I'Viilay at 10 ... in.  A i'i-! \ e bv S, S. Ci'iu'Mier. Weil-  w/..ihi\ ;iiitl 1-M'iilny i'Vi'.uin^':!.    I)is-  pM'rhcil,   Thiii'.ailay 'ind   Si'iiurd.'iy j  at li. a; in.    .,  1.1'iils by S. S,   Guwiehiiu. hnve  I feu dii-vonliniii'il.  ltnv vnur Sc-l'ivil Sui'iilii"' a'. Huilroiif  cliii-ch, will he hehl in    tlm   City  Midi, mi Monday I'.vc.ihii.., the I (ah  iust.. nt i.i n'elaiek . Tlie l.vsjt local ami oiiU-iiifi   liih'lil     will    lake  pari.  A<iiiii>,--ioi'i '.Yo   and    5Ucts,  - <v -  Kmicu of ivi.e.v.:il of ciiy hetiT't  liiiiici* lii'.'iiK'f. iipiiu  he hnnih'ii in  The llo"llo Pic-Lure Shuws nn:  Well ,pii()\iii/,i.:a������; and lliey have a  i'i'.>jla tn  he, ful' the    p.i.'.uiii'h   'inii  i of llm lit'j-i.   ^..-.^ ~.   _Vi r.. J. Ll, McMillan,-V.ho in a  pulieiil at our local IHASjiii.il, i&  lioii-y nieely.  Mis>. Thus, l.ewih and Mis. .1,  Hill, li.'l'i hy Irani mi VV.i'iiiea-diiy  lor iSuiraiiuu  peror^avneT^sire^TciTrTTavTiig^vvai  Piinee and Princess Christian pt  Cumbc-iland lodge. If Greece  is drawn into the conflict t ll' ;.*���������  kaiser's sister; the (Jiieen /of  Cii'eece, will fiii<l. herself on- the  opposite side to many of her  relatives  POSITION OF C2ARITSA  The O.aritzi; is a granddauuh  ter of Queen Victoria and f.r.st  cousin to King George, but some  of her near relatives are lighting  for Genuanv.'  Ohee.u Ma'rv   a'nd hor bvoilicrs  litive  close  links  fast. The happy couple left by  train for Victoria and Seattle,  where the honeymoon will be  ���������spent,      .   -���������'��������� ��������� '��������� "  The bride, wlio is accoin  plishcci, and deservedly popular, has been a member of Oiir  public school staff lor" hcverai  ti'-nu-*, aud will be' much  mis.Mid. The Nicws joins their  many friends in hearty congratulations',and good wishes.  :ii iin. ci; \ i'u.  j. i  lo  iii  'ill.  &        (lil.  \   lOIU.  I'li.'i'iiiiji    of   lhe    l.ic.'U-ai'  'C"iiii:ii'*-ii)tijM'-:,     uliii.'!i   will    In*  " lii'l'l uu the ,i:i'i'.i)!i(l   Wi'iliin.-ifiy in  ..h'l'.i-iiiht'i'.  ih'V. deVciv "NV hilt- h*ll on  jM'hhiy hist, I'm' Viiiiciiivi.*r, He  mny if') lo tliij I'Vo'it um cha.ihiiu  of ol,e uf the Can.u'.i.Ui rr^iineiu-t  a   "  Ah',-, i''. C- Auie^, oi \ aiit'iiu-  ver, \mis !���������! town on Mniuliv),  \ I I a-    . I V   \, a. i  I ,  '���������!!  I'I  The iluilclers' Hxchaug;c, Vic-  loria, has reduced w.tges io to ::o  per cent.  Y  P. S,���������Have you ever Hied - Robiuhood  Flour ? You will probably receive t'nis  week      a      letter      fiom .    the milL.  ers of this High tirade' Flour, and we ask  ^t"tre~fa"voT"0 f"yo irr-con ��������� i de ra l ion���������as���������" t o^-ils-  eontenls. Tiiis is a pt-rsonal ��������� matter, between ns. .The. list of. names is furnished  by ourselves.' Try' this flour, it is guarnn..  teed to be ihe best on the market at any  pri :e.  h/l ACFARLAN ������ B ROS.,,. Ll MITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  I  ������������������  i  % ��������� .  %  _______  vi>  .������_  I  ,; fa.'  Vt'.iii'eaiii'e," I'V I In. il L> '-'a \\ <���������  eoailiii'imeil ill lur.-t Wei !���������.'������������������ l.-shu ul j  Ihi;, [hiper.  I'aiinily relaiionhhip wiih Austria,  t..rough tiie. late Duke of Tech.  bul, ol course, ihe |.resent duke  and his bsotheis, are i.llicers in  the Ih'itisli army. The Austrian ar.ihassadnr until war bioke  our was Ccuiul NFensdorf, a s.-c.  ond cousin of King George. He  was more at home in Ivugiaud,  where he had been a popular  diplomat for many years than  auvavbere else, The Cumber  hind h.milv ��������� must have divided ! -ium's roval hm"V ll!is liuks of  syinpaihie,., for the .bciiess is  !t Mohnionship w������ih the Pntish roy  i  ^ Phone io P. O. Bex ioo jg  ������   '      '     ; ' "f  ������ g  .Sir Ric'.ianhMclhide left Loudon, Knglaud, on the yih in.vi.a  hoiuuwaUd   bouiKi.  We miss the "old'���������tinier" these  (lavs.  I.I        V  I ,ia a   I i    , < n. .  ,1  ii! houso.     The e>..iaili"'ol    I'or.,  ,������im.i'HMaMVJiiii.nua ������*���������������������"���������  ���������MW^niivVaanvai  nwnm.UM.wtv  Women's Patriotic Soc'ty,1"0^1;���������::-;':^1'11"  Tliiv lhinl gpiiornl mni'.tli'K ^f du* Imd-  iiafj' I'litriutio kioiiioly wus lioM '.>n TuoaJiiy  lil'ternouli. DwiiiR to tlin Htormy :ifti-r-  noun, cu i ii p ii rn ti voly fow wiii'u llicrt'. U  wuh ilvo iiloilto (lihaKinliinui wurk iluriiiK  the iiidiitli of On'omlici', owinj,' U- it l>-  injf a h u h y' .niHon in tlio  Iioiikm. Tlioro \v;ih r (iaiiiiM'ul H|iii'il of np-  liinfaiii in tlm inootinci' ,lll(l ���������''1|,  lllllilil lii)|iu to tiiln! up Hi" woi'la-  ii^'aiu in Jnnuarj', with runiiwi'il vii*or.  dwliif'  to' no \vu.k   hiMiii! ilimi)   IH'."t  uv.uil has (jfl'.'red  , ., ,, up'au nm aui'.'ii.-ii ii'.a, su vices    to 1 moiilli r.i.M'niiv-riiUi'.i   in nuUiiiK tlmt iJl  llu: Dowager l'.iMiires.-i nl  Kiis.Ma    '".-,'���������*'"'*        '*-    " .-  Ki.ig Georg"   though  his wif'.,.s;u'l,1'k MsA.v !m' *-*������>"������i>1*--i���������������������! nmlrcii'riK'il, n������  JVlu Aiid-i'iauu and    l)i������:l:   Co������i  Kiili in.i wuoU lur Albjnu.  We  I'.iuiid  i-tiiinl  a   lilile    limn,  pi'uhj filly in ii. Y-,  ij.'-  \ while   lie. sou is h< art ami   soul  i for German}.  | ..l.l.TRAUS ALSO IN* \ .>!,Y-  KI)  relailions aie fin the side nf  Get.  tin1 IrHt'l'iiciilny nf tliimnontii.   Tlio f"l-  hiM'iii),' jiiirui'l va iti nii,t to   Viimiiu'i'i' tliii  M'fl'lr 1 ��������� 10    I'-lllllUI'l llliltH, 'I   WIlitN   i*> j ji  llu HmiikiI bituAi  %$ [)i||0V,' CIHC3  5.) li.iiiiuil Miirtfl  10 1kih|iiIu1 nij������ht������ihirtii  I |Uiir putti-m  11 Ili^lltill).'llll1a  III llfilllllll'.H  '_;) bund '.uoh  IH Miiitu uyjimiai.  1 pair nitl'i  I pitir iiiiUunu  II lui'.  Tho .I'lniniittt.! will .till l.o at iho lirrll  on tlio reuiHiuiiiK Tuomtny,. ot Miin nioiitlu  ' G-MU'i'iil MuiwK������ijr Lui'.i.iii'ii, oi  lhe i.'u.uiuiun Oiiberies, left l������<*i  week liur i'*3iin I'-i'iuieifco,  Tin* death took pluco on .^u������.  Ony lii*������l, of ])ol'rt, tlio 11 )iw old  i-h'it^l iff w������ Mr. and Mrs. Jo-^jjI.  Hi-i,:.'.'!',   J.'i'Vi'M,   Tin*   fun. rd  ni'i'I'.iiltihg du'.vu uNpeiiM'i? i.y ie j  itiieiiHj tin- nintf i-f Millie ol tne ]  Uepiii'inii'iii -,  Mr, A. Huit. ha.*-  lell   Mr,   A.  II,    I'eiu.'v.y'.'-    employ,   and   h;in  ���������'(l.-|i||.|   li.a'jtinii   Ml    ll      ill'l.ir      I'rnl'll  :.i 1\'m,': i;;-.,j.  The    l'ni\iiie:.'il     GoM'I'liillelll j      !";paiu is   ncii! tal. but tll.'.l   ili-i;  not piewut '.jueeti I'.ua btun !  sliding $-.500 to the 1'iiiiee <.fi  Wales fund. I.he could not re.!  si.;| it, as tin. daughter ol Piiu-l  c'-.i Henry of Pallenberg and  second cousin lo the PjllllV di;  Wales. Dcmuaik. Worwav und |  Id ol laud arc likewise neuiiali  CUUldvies in Ihi.. v.'.'.i, !",;t *.���������.���������!;!I \  i\i,s ol all Ih.tsc unit.- ;.;.. at 'lie.  from. 1  uuiiiy. j  b'or ni.'iuv  1 dav iht n- \v"iil   he !  1 ," ."  ,       . ,  iiia.i ,. hohintul ninliit.lii,iluri, ���������; hi-liiWH, ".i  ! i.iiplea.-ni t   iviumiiu'- 111   roval-  pnin. uf hhi.U, n iluii.ul  liaiiiln,  fiKiH.  !,'.'lll,.lliiel'-   in    i'i  'ifclCf, ol the  se., 1 in" I'llei is   ol  this Wiil,  1 .MIiiKiillii'r itnriiiR llie two ������noiitli*i the ^o-  f ntv I.hi 1 i'i-ii   ut  wi'tk, Hiey   hhV,< tn Ad  ,n.e(.;irls,"l{.'i-kt'llmll Club haro  hy ili.uhiiiii i������ll r-fpnu.ihili'v foi  the tiycof lh..;i i.r.uii' on Ulu biv!-  liiliou. ii}''i'iit!y irt-aiiml for Ilia Mhs-  i|U������l'fl(li/   Pull,  Hi. 1.rd, mi I I'iinH of lie f'!'.,h,  .1. \V. Wouriuiju'.t. .Mni"*1 iiv"  Miiry 1,, iMlioll, .'.'���������cri'l'i!)  i*"i"* '*"'i   *  .  I  : :������������������:������:*���������^^���������:������������������^���������:���������.H���������^������������������'^���������:-^K������������������^���������^l���������w������������������^���������^���������^^���������v���������^i^^���������:-^^���������^w^^���������1������������������H������������������i^   ������>--  biUiiiiliiy w:ll he. jwy'iluy,  Ij. 11. Croki-r, m tii.- 1. ink of  Guiutueli't.! r>lu.f lmi'i', has hcoli  '.rinsli'vi'iid ii) LinU'iiiniih,  ������  it i>i.  ��������� if ' ���������'    On  4*.  \'. 1-  i ������������������;.'..'_,  i      :  Gin ih, tl.il!.I  if  )^af, :    lilk.,1    ;a,.     I- I'U'."  Lill' ii i-'i'il'l'li,    lute! 11,,-n'.     Mi ii..  .Im i- .;.'     li.if    (' HU.br ';.i   d    e. i;i  > - '  ,i  ;-.'..!!���������    j.l ",\'ei  I   \lf     V,|UVe 1. >    ,        .a ,,.,,,������ a i,  si.'ai'i' of  King  v-Lifrge, and   it;  must, he haul   to (am'.'.al iu.i h.el j  iligs.    She.   has   place 1    p.i-. .   i.: ,  ami   l'.i'\ in    fool.'- '������������������ he: N.;i'i'olk hu .i ��������� at '. .ie'.isj'iv.ii ���������  1     ' "���������   ill,: Uaj,i:;  ;ii  ;>;]-->:'f',  ir-.      j b,   ,  t  *. at  4'  Miiyri,i'f^l>u  ti\ii', /!;* ,  f;^i*,.'tyA \  ..CAMPBELLS:./^!  , ...... rrr-~,.... .-,���������;���������;,-*������������������������������������,������������������;���������r~rrr-rjr^r^rr.z"i'-::r^..-zr^r.~-jr    l  ������^.k \a|f;.%,a*.\'*'i'4    +  \    i: '���������' l'i.������ ',��������� VA7  i' \\<V  in t''��������� un '(."��������� (ii rW-i.m   /  Y7y~Ar7\  1 - *       i  '1  J  ���������.',.1 ml iiin.. i.uiiiiu.a .���������>'.'   i.*a  i"  in  ���������',(   !< i:ila)ll   I ,i   Iii  Ibc'.c coll'ii'S.      i'.vcrv fo'i'.i coh.U' is iii'.ii;ii<nl :aO  ns i.i :.,!';)���������.' . \\y.i\i' ti'  K  .sli'lir.^ spue-  uul i* n\,uh\  ��������� n*.  "'  *ittt/  ' it1'���������"  with \\. < i  ,\  popular  .'cu  l HI;  -up  i:,:e,  Hinn.' lit \ m  VrVnV  i ,:rlv uu    j-'ai.in'iy     i:|iu'   jt^.'io",)  .'���������.;..in,  J  III*   . iM'lf   W.I-  -   *"- <*  ��������� "���������  \   MUS     plilit.V.aV  crn.'iv vi i' ���������:  i.  all',  ill. VI'    I'I  l  ll    ���������������'���������    1'.'     ;  ! i'f a  bri''- li lc! i- i  "I,  It ���������  l.'a  Nift'  aio.'t I.,'0;<  ��������� 1 i'. ��������� .'     . ���������  .  (.,-... ...      I  <X77a* : '������������������.'���������'���������i'i  Ol,   IlilH.ill   hlllr,     lllf' < I'll? 111.ll   Ml*. I'S  t|Jpi' J;!...  wiiiiH-i'.       'I'lr-ac (oilnrs :u ;��������� ..oii! 2 for GO.:.  ii h Muiliiu-;  i;y a������.yon:������ ("rom on ������������������ !, ak\ .���������   ,o  aAV ^       J*  '       .        J       t  *  # i  .^���������*  V (  ������  ���������I   la  t  1  J :yy,      ' r:7'A ,-���������������*    (,.f- Arcr    J.itlf.   f  P   ���������'.VI'...   lor r.'i'.'-'i'tii u ,-.,l!f'n   ie  .���������;i|.  Pi ���������'.};���������?������ it':;  :i<] on'.' '.  ",! '"  r-hp.wi   t  -W'Yx     b  live.a Ihnl iir..  :uii-:    i'-.r. v   c.r.ii'  C A  i\ A  '-> R \-  \  i  i ^  \  s  Va  a I'S     r^  /   \     '. v i     I l.A     t..  >\  v   a   ,   '.   I  y* .  ������f i   i,   ���������.,,..,   i   ���������   i   ,.......,....,-   t   ..   t   .  *  t   ������.  r   ^r THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  !fT  Her  eance  By Basil Tozer  Ward,   Lock   &  Co.,   Limited  ... London, Melbourne and Toronto  ^ -  (Continued)  Eira put out her hand and touched  the little heap ol dust. Neither  spoke; there was nothing to say.  Such hopes as two human beings  have seldom known, had all vanished  in that little pile of dust.  "Yet my boy did it���������your father  did it, Eira," the old.man exclaimed.  He turned and took from a shelf a  large object, dull in color and irregular in shape, and in size about as  big as a melon. It was seamed with  Innumerable cracks, and appeared to  have been often broken and to hava  been as often carefulily put together  again. At present it was secured by  a multiude of fine wires, as if their  support was neecssary to keep it together. The old man held it very  tenderly in his hands.  "Here is the proof," he said. "Of.  course it is a failure, for it is full of  flaws and so fragile that it shivers into fragments at a touch. But it is  there, Eira, it is there, and you know  your father cabled to meonly the day  before his death Ho say he '.ad solved  the problem of stability, the one difficulty left. Then,"lie died, and the  man who caused his death'has never  ��������� yet been punished."  "1 know, I know!" Eira said quickly: "do not" let us go a.l over that  again."  "You think God will punish him,"  the old mnn said; "so do I, but I wish  to be His instrument! Yet if we, mak i  no Pttempt to punish him���������"  "When you say punishme_c you  mean revenge, grandfather," Eira answered'; "and we have neither the  right nor the power to revenge ourselves." ���������  "And so you will let this man remain in possession of the secret your  .frther lost, his life for,, :vis fereat discovery that this man. stole from  him?"-  "So," said Eira quickly, still play-  in? with thnt heap of blnck dust that  lay upon the linen sheet on the table.  "No, T should be very willing to do  anything to recover that'. I would of;-.  fa_r first to buy it back, and if he  would not sell it, then I would get it  from him in any other way I could.  My. father's memory has a right to  the   fame   such   a   discovery   . would  "One thing more,", the old . man  said. "You tell me I must not seeix  revenge on the man who ruined my  son at the very moment of his great  l success. Well, but I've a more subtle  mind than you, Eira, and I think.at  least 1 would like to have him here,  on this spot, in this very house, perhaps, to witness our success."  "How could you make him come?"  asked Eira. "If you gave him any  hint of what we-were doing, he would  be at once warned. Even if I left a  message for him after getting- the  paper from him, he would follow me  and perhaps overtake me."  "Oh, child," the old man smiled. "I  should not go to work like that. He  should como of his own free will and  yet not knowing why he came. All men  aro puppets to those who know how  to pull the strings���������which are called  motives. ��������� Will you help me in my  whim, Eira?"  "I think it is rather silly, grandfather," she said frankly.,  "Oh, well, I am approaching my dotage, you know," he answered with his  strange s-iile.' "When will you  start?"  "Today," she - .id.  "Tomorrow,", he said. "Come into  the next room. There's much we must  settle and arrange. Yours will be no  light task, Eira, to match yoursel_  against such a man to win from him  such a secret."  They went together into the adjoining room, where they talked long and  earnestly, while in the apartment they  had left the dull coals of the furnace  flickered and glowed and expired, and  on the table still lay that small heap  of black dust in which such Jreams  had vanished���������dreams of solving one  of the most curious of nature's secrets nnd of winning as well almost unimaginable wealth.  TEETH AND THE APPLE  Removing Odors From Milk  A method has been discovered by J    , ���������  -    -'  the federal investigators at Washing-1 Expensive  Sweets Said to  Ruin the  Teeth  Dr. Sims Wallace, late dental sur-  ton, for removing disagreeable, odors  i and flavors from milk. The taste  caused by cows eating wild oniona  or garlic can be removed by blowing  filtered and washed air .through the  milk for 30 to 60 .minutes, according  to. the strength of the flavor to be removed.  It is necessary to heat the milk to  a temperature of 145 degrees, as air  blown through cold milk in a similar  manner does not remove the disagreeable flavor. It also has a tendency to turn the fat into butter. It  was found that the onion flavor is removed more- quickly when milk is  heated to 160 degrees, but this tends  to produce a cooked taste and also  reduces the cream line. In the case  of cream with flavors of this Mud,  tho same method can be used, except  that it requires a slightly longer  treatment. The loss in evaporation  by using this method amounts to 2  or 3 per cent.  ADHESIVE POSTAGE STAMPS  The First Crude Ones  ihat Were Issued by Great Britain  The adhesive postage stamp had its  geon to the London Hospital, urges origin in England as a direct outcome  CHAPTER I. " N       '  Look Before You Leap  ���������> "If on^ were to discover the secret  of making diamonds!"  The sentence'seemd to buzz in Hugh  Tallentine's brain as: if a tiny voice  whispered it there ceaselessly, inspired  by a sense of biting contrast between  such illimitable dreams of wealth-and  the sorry truth of his own position.  "If one were to discover the secr.t  of making diamonds!"   -  Hugh's uncle, James Hetherington,  the head of the well-known firm of  financiers, Messrs. Hetherington ' and  Co. of Lombard street, in the city of  London, had used that phrase twice  over in speaking to him the day before, and he had dreamed of the  words, for somehow they had struck  forcibly on his imagination.' But now  it was broad day' in the city of London, and no time ��������� for dreams,, and  Hugh turned again tc the complicated  :iirures and accounts he was .dealing  with. '   '   ' ��������� '      -    '  The Comparison Heid  A lecturer went to Yonkera with a  letter to a Yonkers citizen from a man  in New Rochelle and succeeded in getting an engagement. His three hour  lecture proved dull, dry and uninteresting. Next ilay Mr. Yonkers met  Mr. New Rochelle.  "What did you mean," asked Yonkers, "by recommending that lemon  lecturer?"       .  "I didn't recommend him."  "Well, I just guess you did. I've  your letter right here in my pocket."  "Better read it over again���������carefully."  Mr. Yonkers,did. . It was noncommittal;  "I have heard Mr. B.'s lecture. It is  as' interesting as it is instructive."  "And it wasn't either,' said Yonkers.  "Then the comparison holds," said  New Rochelle.���������New York World.  Rise in Printing Paper  A shortage in wood pulp may be  brought about with an indefinite continuation of the European war. This  shortage may reach 1,000 tons daily  and. would seriously retard operations  of paper manufacturers in the United  States.  Prices have advanced,^ due to enforced curtailment, the average gain  being about '��������� 20 per cent. Against  more normal quotations of $38 to $40,  sulphite pulp has risen to $46 to $48,  and ground wood pulp has advanced  from $19 to $22 to' $22 to ?25.  bring it, and his daughter has more _^  than a right-  sho has a duty to vin- Hugh possessed a very good head  dicate his memory, and to let .all the for '.igures, but not the most expert  world   mow of his    genius.    Yes,   I mathematician in the world can per-  "sTToTTinnTfrwilirfl^t'cT^fvWlrfoT'tlra  venire,  to risk  my life for it,  to do I pushed the papers from, him with  a  anything for it, to die for it, so as to sigh, and sounded the littla bell that  prove what.a great man father was;  and lot it be known how he was treated, nr.d to let all tbe world judge be-  tween his memory and that cruel, rich  Englishman who fuincd him and drove  him to his death." She spoke with  ' passion,;, with a heaving breast and  flashing eyes, nnd the old man had  again on-'his strange face the look of  a mysterious hate. "Yes," she said  a/rain, "I would do anything to do'  justice to father's mmnry ..nd to let  the whole world know that bad Englishman for whnt ho Is."  "Woll, will you try?" her grand-  f- ther asked nuickly; "are you brave  enough to try?"  "Yes," she answered.  "When?"  .'.'At once,"  "It should hnvo boon my work," the  ��������� old     man said moodily, "but a man  without n no������p is too ninrked a figure  stood on his table.  "Has Mr. Logan come in yet from"  lunch?" he asked the errand boy who  appeared to his summons.  "No, sir," answered the boy/  "Tell him I want to see him when  he'comes back, will you?" said Hugh.  "Yes, sir," returned the hoy and retired,   wondering" why   die   governor  seemed to be quite forgetting his own \  lunch today. j  "AxiRh   began to walk restlessly up ;  and down the little office that seomeai i  to have a curiously cramping effect on  lis  tall  nnd  largely built form.  A Queer Question  "I have come to con.olt you," she  said to the prominent lawyer.  "What is the treble?"  "I have received three proposals of  ���������marriage, and I do not know which to  acee; ''."  ,'}Which man has the most money?"  "Do you imagine," she asked, "that  if I knew; T. would' consult you or any  T&wyer,?''���������^irmingham  the adoption of a diet containing a  good quantity of farinaceous food in a  form which will stimulate mastication  ���������brown bread and the eating of fresh  fruit with every meal.  The importance of the proper care  of teeth during childhood is becoming  universally, recognized, and the London county council have established  a centre for the treatment of dental  troubles of school children with X-  rays;  According to investigation it was  found that about 3D per cent, of the  children of,well-to-do parents have bad  teeth, as against 27 per. cent, from  poorer homes. This is probably accounted for by the. fact that, as tlie  latter children eat coarser food, their  teeth have more work to do, and are  consequently, stronger and cleaner.  Their sweets are also fewer, and are  mostly of the cheap, boiled sugar  variety. These sweets break up cleanly in the mouth, whereas the caramels arid chocolates eaten by the  children of indulgent parents,cling to  the teeth and ferment.  Boys and' girls should b given  fruit in preference to sweets. Nuts  and all hard fruits encourage mastication. The best fruit for this purpose is  the apple. Eaten at the conclusion  of a meal It leaves the teeth and  mouth sweet and clean.  Practical Proof  "Yes, my son, I want you to make  yourself ambidextrous. I want you to  be able to use one hand just as skillfully as you do the other."  "That's me, dad. I can lick any boy  in my class with either hand.���������New  York World.  of the postal reforms introduced by  Sir Rowland Hill, whose master mind  created not only the inestimable boon  cf penny postage, but the means by  which it was carried into effect���������the  adhesive postage stamps.  i At the time of the passing of the  uniform penny postage act in 1839 all  postal charges were paid in cash (usually on delivery'' involving an enormous amount of bookkeeping on the  part of the post office, which would  have been increased a hundredfold  when the.Teduced rates' of postage  came into force but for the suggestion  of the great postal reformer for "a bit  of paper just large enough to bear the  stamp and coated at the back with a  glutinous wash," being, .uhsequently  embodied in the famous one penny  black postage label and'Its consort,  the twopence blue, which made their  debut in May, 1840, and were the progenitors ������ of all adhesive, postage  stamps. '       ���������  ."or three short years Great Britain  enjoyed a monopoly of this novel and  handy method of collecti__ postage,  until in July, 1843, the enlightened  empire of Brazil followed suit with i  series of native manufacture, adorned  with large numerals of value in place  of a design.  In 1848 the United States entered  the field with two beautifully engraved portraits of Franklin and Washington, while the head of C.res, the god-,  dess of agriculture, found p,ace on the"  first stamps of the French republic, engraved by the elder Barre, which  made their debut on Jan. i, 1849.���������  Strand Magazine.  India's Economic _rowth  India's trade has increased during  the-last half century from $300,000,-  000 to more than $1,400,000,000. It ha3  in operation 32,000 miles of railway,  which places " India fourth in, the  world in its railway mileage, carrying 330,000,000 passengers yearly at  the rate of five miles for one cent.  It maintains 76,000 miles of telegraph  line, over which messages c���������n be sent  from more than 2,000 miles at a cost  of only 12 cents.���������Wall Street Journal.  Tale of Two Lakes  ���������  ��������� Lake Baikall, in Central Asia,, and  Lake Tanganyika, in Central Africa,  furnish similar problems for scientists, as both are fresh water; removed  from oceans, yet' both contain deep  se . fish.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  are  other  Herald.  Age-  Warts-will render ' the prettiest  hands unsightly. . Clear the , excrescences away by using __olloway'_ Corn  Cure, whicli.acts thoroughly and painlessly.  A Magical Towel  One of the newest sanitary devices  for use in public or semi-public lavatories, liko those in hotels.and factories, is an electrical substUuk.1 for  the towel.'According to the Electrical  World, this electrical' hand drier is i l  Vi i appearance merely a sheet-iron case,  *���������*"���������      *i*i*T*    nn    /\r\i_i*t ir* ct*   in    ���������..-in    r/rrt     Tn     _ie_._nr  ..ib  un.   wu  ,a s������.,y   "������"'- ������������������������������ ���������      /   Wi Ui an opening in the top. In usin  one could d .coyer the secrot of mak-   . ' ,     ,   ,   & ,  ing diamonds '  Now why was it   hat |     >    . h vJour f   t s d ,    t  sentence would come bothering him  so?.Such .-, discovery was nover likely to bo made, certainly not by an unlucky eliar- like himself, whore energies day nnd night were absorbed in  "llntY.   ym, ������,ro thla Ensllstann !������'��������������� " ta'> ���������������> <������'������ M������ '""I" <">  hnt the noeret.? Am you sure my fath  er over wrote It down :it all?"  "I am sure hn wrote it d.iwn, nnd I  nm suro thnt mnn  hns    lho    paper  Btlll."  "Why hns hn not used it then?"  "Because it Is written in a cipher  he dons nnt understand,"  "Well, 1  nm  ready,"  she  said.  HAIR AND  5K1NBMJTY  JyhA'iYfrf}  xY-'YY^ry  WiAki!l\  \!    firr  PRESERVED BY  (IJIICllPA SOAP  Assisted by occasional use  of Culicura Ointment.  riitlfi'rtHi.ipMiHilntnifnl tt* ������������>lit itirfnir,lif>ui  |l,l> a_���������>|,|      A  lll"f������l HVIitil" 'if l"afti, will, *l\j-|>������l(������  .������l,,n..i.Mt,il"fl-ft������    A,M"-*������ l-'.tiar I111.1 4  C'tfini, f n't, 1*111. IK, lluMitf, l'.������a. A.  his father's sudden .denth, he had  found already on the verge of bankruptcy,  " That was threo years ngo,, nnd aftor  much hard work hnd Roomed to bring  success in sight, the roennt failure o  u large Gorman firm, with    wliich lm  hnd    hnd  heavy commitments,    luul'  plunroil him into gronter 'difficulties  tlinn over.   It seemed to him (no hnd  Hint In siinli n    position    his   mlii.l  should ho so plagued by such a all-'  ly phrase. !  "If one fonld discover the Hncn.it of t  milking d miioikIh!" Why thnn, ono''  would havo little need lr, bother ovor l  a few thousands of pounds, |  Vexed nt IiIh Inability to control his |  HioiU'lits iind to ilisinl.s th i.s huniitfii.; ,  nhrn������n from his mind, Hugh turned to;  his bnokenso. where Rtnnd  nn ImpoH-:  Ing row of frigid anil pnnilerouR vol-  iimns ni buHlncHH, tin .nee und   eoiu-  nu'rc'liil law,    Hul behind tlmse, lurk-,  nd  wnl. nt.u  of sl.lit  of visitor*  who  might li'ivn thought such bonks frlvn-'  ImiH  und  iilibiislnnsK-lllan,   worn hoiuo ,  ilo'/f'ii or two cheap rniiritilnnf iniiHlnr-1  plnci'H lf literature, thn    ICll/nhntlinn  ilniniatii'K    llm    fiirollnn wIIh, nnd  nven-- Inll     It   not on  llm  Kxcliiingo,  piil'IMi  If  not on   thn   lioor ot "tun  house"   ovon ti few volumes of pnntry.  ' I'Yir  though   ffiir.li  had   linen    better  I known ut cnllegn i h nn nthleln t lift ri iih  ' n nl uili-Ht, lio Inn) li very Jval love for  Int.urn nnd would nouiotlniei, vnfrnHh  Ills iiiind by turning from Ilio Hordld  worries of himlneHH to Hid Hwrint lun-  giuir of KoutR, thu  fiery passion  nf  Sli.lley, or to tlio godlike ri>jiono of  Wnrilrawnrlli.  rutting In his hand at random ho  ���������' , '      ... ,     / t������i ,i     ;,��������� Tf-.-'-ctt'"'  trnnnlntlnn���������Hu(,'h wnt, no i������mnf Hrhol-tli  nr-~ntiil opening it nt riuid.ini, road:  "Know Ihln of a truth: that no ovll  onn hapvon to a good man, cither In  IJIfn or dentli."  Hugh laughed nnd flung   the boo it)  1 >,��������� i.lr  j "Hoot nvll In.'huln bankrupt*.}', I  wonder?" he . iiliFfiloiif]- "or do I not  j eomn under tho bending of a good  ! num? No, Pinto, you am not for mn  ' today."  He sat down nt his dnnk ngnln, nnd  fnliinur up his pen Hrrlbblci! mecluml-  t .illy du lie Im. k <������f lit. i-i.velope'.  "If one wero to ill.rover lho flccrot  'if fr-'lvln/*; ffl.ir.innf/-:'"  iTu he ri.'iillmi. d)  the bottom of the case. The pedal  starts a blower, which in turn forces  air through tho electric hooter, and  sends a warm current of It ovor your  hands, Your hands will, it is said, be  thoroughly dry In from thirty to forty seconds���������much loss time thnn anyone ordinarily needs in order to dry  thom with a towel, The hand drier  is (|uito limitary, for in usin., It you  do not luivo to touch any part of It. .  Only the Seventh  Guest���������Delightful  party    you  having -tonight, old fellow.  Host-���������Yes.' I am giving it to my  wife. It is'the seventh aim' 'ersary of  her  twenty-eighth  birthday.���������Censor.  Subways of  Knowledge  The following definitions taken  from schocl.examination papers are  examples of those school mistakes  where one can see traces of the right  'dea without definite form, In the  writer's brain: v^ ,  "The base of a triangle ': ':he side  which we don't talk about."  "The subjunctive mood is used in  a doubtful manner."  "Rapids are pieces of water which  run with great force down the middle  of rivers."  "Excommunication means that no  one is to speak to some one/'  They furnish good illustrations of  the smattering of knowledge, leading  to only a partial development of the  reasoning faculty, which is, rather  characteristic of our rapid fire present day system of education. -  Ginger tf vim  follow ttie.tfce of  msasatt  25 and 60c. at all Drugguta  and, stores.   Take Abbey vita Tablets  for Sick .Jcrves.  Minard's Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  Quick Change  1 "I would rather see my daughter  married to a poor man whom she  really loved than to the richest man  in the world if she didn't care for  him." .,  "Well, you got your wish. I saw her  about ten minutes ago eloping with  one of your, underpaid clerks."  "Good heavens! / Where? Speak,  man! Maybe I chn.'hcad them off before it is forever too late,"���������Chicago  Record-Herald.       '  After 10 Years of Asthma Dr., J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy prove*', tho  only relief for one grateful user, and  tins is but one cure among many. Little wonder't'..at it has now become  the  one recognized  remedy'   on  the  xuarket I_Uias_,e_ar_n_e.dJtn___;ia_e__by_i_ts_.  r ./er failing effectiveness. It.is earn-  in.- it.today, as it has done for years.  It.is tlie greatest asthma ipecific within the reach of suffering imm.inity.".  Standards of Machinery  The statemen   has frequently been.,  made that farm machinery is not designed so much as it.it built by rul..-  of thumb.   The fact that practically  all of it must do its work while travelling over the ground makes economy  of^ power  r.nd  light  --jlght  the'  first  consideration.    Frequently    thtt-  factor of  3afety in some  important  parts is cut to too low a point as a=  result and considerable experimenting-  is required   before    the   machine is-  equally strong in every part.   It   has-  been felt,  however, by the manufacturers and' educators who are mem:  hers of the American Society of Agri-���������,������  cultural Engineers that    some basic-  principles    could    be worked out in;  connection with farm machinery.' The-  committee on, standards has made a.  good start in this direction,   but   is--  first taking up   some of the   minMr-  problems . which  cause  a Meat,deal  of grief for both maker a���������i(H.ser. The-  question of   standardizing . parts   so-  that the cost of repairs    can be reduced  Is   regarded  one .of  first  importance.    Such matters as standard1  screw threads; height of wheel, width ,  of tire and width of tread in wag- .  gons;  plough sizes and shapes;  singletrees, doubletrees and eveners for  implements,  are  all  receiving attention by the committee, of which Prof.  J. B. Davidson, of Iowa State College,  is the active head.    The gas engine'  '<��������� receiving its share    of    attention,,  especially in connection  with a uniform method of   rating    the   horsepower.    This will apply to both stationary and traction engines.    Some:  progress  is being  made  also  in  recommendations for standard  ignition;  apparatus.    Tho committee will present a report at' the December meet-,  ing of-the society,    and    the papers;  will be printed.  Pat Ahead  An Irish soldier serving In India so  disliked tho cllmnto thnv ho decided  to mnkn an effort to get sent home.  With this object ho comoliinod to the  doctor that his eyesight wns hnd.  "Uow enn you provo thnt (o mn," shld  the  doctor,    Al a  loss  Put    looked  Gossip  ��������� "One-hnlf of the women in this  world retail gossip," remarked" Mr.  Stuhb as he lit his after-super cignr  "Quito considerate of you not to to  sny nil of them retnll gossip," snapped  Mrs! Stubh as she washed tho dishes.  "Oh, no, only hnlf, Mnrln. The othor  half wholesale it."���������London Express.  round   the   room   before nnswering,  'Well, doctor, ynu boo that nail In th-ii.ottlmi.onl of In-vornntlo'-al disputes It  Pacific Blockades  The phrnse "pncillc blockade" is almost a contradiction of terms, but is  used in internat'cnnl Inw for want of a  bettor. U means the blockade of norti*  of another country in time of peace  without tho Intention of waging war;  in other wordR, It Ir a peaceable net of  war. Some writers on <ntornnlionul  lnw Insist thnt the blocknde of tho  ports of n foreign country Ih itself an  net of wnr without regard to tlio motive of future Inlentlonn, hut as a  monns of reprisal or of compelling tho  Food Shortage Next Yea.'  The London Chronicle ,, says: "A  ti iely warning to prepnre against the  inevitable shortage in the world's supply of foodstuffs is given'by Lord Mil-  ner who points out that although the  present harvest is abundant, immense  decrease in the production of 191.)  must result from the fact that all the  able bodied males of France, Germany,  Austria and Russia are now engaged  in flghilng.  "Of the 650,000,000 quarters of  wheat and rye annually produced  throughout, the world, 350,000,000  como from those countries,' and the  othor producing countries cannot possibly mako up the deficiency,  "Lord Mllner predicts tlut in th_  latter half of next year, If not before,  nil the nntlom which llvo on wheat or  rye, will bo competing fiercely for a  share   in   the  diminished  Bupply,"  wull?"  "Ves," replied tho'doctor.  "Well," said I'nt, "I cnii't."    .  Insurance and Assurance  Whnt In tlin il Iff nren en between Insurance nnd nsHurimeoV An expert ex-  liliilned It, I-'Iro. shipwreck, accident,  hurgl/iry, mumps or any disoiiHn nro  eveiilunlltles, nnd you nun conH(i(|U.n.  ly .nmiro iiriiIiihI. them, hit death Is  n eerlulnty ngnliiHt which no company  vill Inmini ynu, nut you secure th .  nsHuriuico thnt n definite, mini o.  nionny will bn paid on its occurrence,  ���������-London Chrnnlcln,  The Reform He Advocated  The mlUnr of n Hrltlsli weekly Jour-  nnl, wlulilng to know what nforniB  well known mnn dnslrnd to Hen effected  during tlio year, once applied to Sir  W.' S. Ollhert, nmoiig others. Th;i  author of "Thn Mikado" answered:  "Pear Sir,--A reform which I nm par-  tlr.nlnrly nnvlons fo too. cnrrled Into  nffeel. Ih thnt editors would cense, to  troublo busy peoplo for gratuitous  contributions,"  Iins becomo nn est^hllshaid fenturn of  thn laws of nullong,���������Philadelphia  Press,  Felt Her Pnrt  "Sim did thn mud Hcenn very woll,"  "All  primed  fnr It,    Rhn hnd  Just  been going over Hie moni.ro rncolplrf  '���������l thn box offlco,"���������KniifliiB City Jour-  Mil.  The old gcntlemnn'H wlfn wiih gnt-  ling Inlo n carriage, nnd ho neglected  tn nsslHt her,  "You nre not so gallant John, na  when I was a gul," she oxclalmud, In  gen lie rnbukn, n  "No," was Ills rnndy rnsponse, "nnd  ynu urn nnt so buoyant ns when 1 wuh  a boy!"���������Tlt-nitH.  Malic  up  Ver  It  "tin Kate nnd Allco   ;ro  speaking terms."  "No, but tlicy moro thnn mnkt  for It by whnt thoy snv about piicu  othor."���������IloHtou Transcript.  not   on  up  Amplifying. 11  "I untlcrntnnil Colonel Klusliby gnvo  n good account of hlmsolf In tho war,"  "Ho bo did and bus boon rIvIiik a  hotter ono ovor ������lnco. '������������������ DuMimon  Sun.  The Avlrnloss station at tho Klffoi  Tower In Pnrls could easily get Us  mesRnges to St. Petersburg, direct,  for it Is the moRt powerful wirolosfi  station on the contlnont. . Tho tor-  rifle "sparking" from its antennao,  nearly 1,000 feet above tho ground  |s so distinct thnt thoso conversant  with tlio Moi'ro code can read Its  timo and wenthor reports in tho  stroetH of PnriR without nny liiRtru-  ments. But thoro Is, no powerful  wlroloss RtntloiKlr RiiRRln, and tha  roundabout route will ho nncnsRnry.  The British Koyornmntit Ir building a  Btntlon more than 500 feet above rou  lovel In a remote pnrt of OxfordRhlro,  which will have n>.lo.o.n mnstB, one!)  ur high an St, Pniii'fi���������Cntho'Irnl, Tho  station wlll bo nhln, U Ih nnrlclpntod,  to get Into direct coninniiilnation with  Kgypt. In Ihn dnyllnio and posHlhly  wllh India at night, when lho ethe.  Is always a bettrr currier,  Climbing Alps by Funicular Railway-  Switzerland's industries are" as we;  all know, the making of mountain-  ���������eers-nnd-m���������k-chocolatc_--and-thc-for--���������  mer,' if Swiss statistics are - to be-  '.rusted, is certainly flourishing. According to the official records of last,  year 7,500,000 "Alpinists' climbed  the Alps���������by funicular!  Mountain climbing by railway,, is-.,  becoming so popular that Switzerland now boasts of -no fewer than,  forty-eight funicular railways of assorted lengths, irom the little Mazil-  Berne to the great Jungfrau line.  Tlie latest Alpine sport is to breakfast at  the station  on your arrival,,  lunch in tho Alps,   and dine at y.ur-  hotel    In    the    evening���������all    within.  twenty-four hours.  A frlriiul told Sir Herbert Trno thnt  nuothor well-known actor had "gng-  god" In a ^linkoHpunro play.  "Ah!" whi tho fi-"')'. "b"t vnn muRt  remember that both hi. nnd I nro 11-  eniifind gafglsfR. Indnnrl, wit might, lin  called Gag and Mnygiu.."���������London TCx-  preKH,  Spoiled the Game  Alice was playing store    with her1  youngest sister.   Mother, asked to becomo    a purchnfior, plaved  well her  part, but in saying good-day stopped  and kissed both chlldron  Sensitive  Alice  burst inlo  tears  "Oh, mamma," she   wailed, 'v.hi'vo-  spoilt everything!    You  never    kiss,  tho man In tho real store,"  Koreans and Chinese  Whilo tho Chinese do not euro for  nlcohollc drinks, but nro ndillctod '.O'  opium, the Koreans like strong drink  and do not caro for opium,  Mean Interferenca  nix���������My wife Ir never happy when-  I am out of her sight.  Dick--My wlfo doesn't trusi. mo,,  t'thor,���������-Yonkors Statesman.  Wlfo faftor cnllnrR find pone.���������Uow  A.iit  ,.���������.. ,a..-,..l ;���������c b".rrr cnmyin."?  .Tub���������Well, ynu know, my dear, I  don't dnro to do It whon ��������� o nro by  'lurHOlvoH,���������Boston Trnnunrlpt.  Thn Irntn Parent fwho linu bnen trying to natl������fy fierald'H curloHlty on  every known Hiibjeet under tlio Rim)-���������,  Now, look here, Gerald, if you nRk  mo another fiuestlon, I whip you on  the Rpnt!  f>rnld~-W-wli,'if spot, dnd? ������������������  .Sketch.  r ���������_���������//.*  W. tl. U. 101.  MIm YmiriK-~\Vh*.i In your opinion  Im tin- bi-fat time for a girl tn marry?"  ifbs Hldcr- Whenever   tho man is  ������n;itu'.  Selfish  "I don't llko Mrs. Wombat. Wnntn  to talk about iter poodle all tho time."  "In that ho?"  "Yot. She ncivrr ttt-mt to care to  Lear about my   a nary."  rtad Blood������������������  IH Vflt   -ittXt   *.'._   V.iC'ai'ail.la.  ia. ,._!; ajj  irreutihr or constipated boweli and  clogKcd-up kidneys and skin. The  undigested food and other watte mat*  ter which is allowed to accumulate  "* poisons the blood and the whole  system. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Tills  net directly on the bowels, f Jgubting  tlicm���������on the kidneys, giving them  mm! and sttength to properly iiltrrtht  blfx><l~--������d uii the skin, oocr.inj; up  the jjorrs. For pure blood andi food  he-lth take  Dr. Morse's   ������  Indian Root Pills  "Why are yo.. no down on ITrlggs,  the hntnllfeepnr?'  "ITo gave inn Iind qimrterfl In ox-  (hiingo for a good dollar."~-Hoaton  Transcript,  Testing a Man  An epigram of Myrtln Hend'fl BficmB  In   lana-ca   n-, .'lf>   o   tilt   in'ttii   Vnav   Ynrl'  womnn.    Tn  "Thronda  of Grny and  Oold" hIio writes;  "Tlio only wny to lest a man Is to  marry blm. If you llvo, U'b a muni.,  room.   If you dlo, U'b a toadstool."  Bankruptcy ,<  "Pn, what's bankruptcy?"   a litt'.o  boy onco nfllwl.  And pa, who hnd boon "bit" that  wbok, answered bitterly:  "Hankriiptcy, my ������on, l������ whoro ynu  put   your money In your hip pocket  and lot your crodltors tako your wallot  and co.il,"  Tho PortorA Life  "Tlieir honm lifo Ih Iilo.il."  "Ih tbat bo?"  "Yes; the. goes abroad I.i (lie Burner and he koc������ bouIIi In the winter.  Perfect, Isn't ll?"���������HutYa'o KxprcBu.  m  Flaked Corn  Sweet food the year  round when you have  Post Toasties,  Delicious bits of choicest  Indian Corn, rolled thin ns n  leaf nnd tonsted to u jjoldon  brown.  Drought to you fresh, crisp,  and sweet, in moisture proof  packages��������� always ready for  the table.  Open the package in n jifly,  ndd cream or niilk���������ninybe  a little sugar.  For breakfast, lunch or  supper���������  Post  Toasties  ���������Fine!  ���������sold by grocers  Canadian PoBtuin Cereal Co., Ltd.,  WlnJsor, Ont. /OO  MOTl-CE y. hereby given ijiat on tbe  fir K day of November i.i., application  will be made to ihe Superintendent ot  .���������Provincial Police, for a ��������� rcnew.il of the  wholesale liqo ������r'license upon ihe premises known a. .Lot 24, Subsection .1, Nelson District.  *>      PlI-SKNER HREWlNG.COMPiNY.  .Dated September 30, 1914  NOTlfQE is Hereby given tliat on tho  first dvyof DeeiHal,erm'_t������ppHoa'ti������nwiU  bo nudo to tbo 8ttperir.t.iifle_t A Provincial LVhctf, Viptouii, for .herejsojrnlcfatJia  botvl liceosa to _.ll liquor* by roHiil in ihu  -hotel know* as. the Wllaou li'.tol, situated  al . i.ion Hay B.C.  Al.Flal'l) R.U'UK UojtKK  Dale, (.optaunb.-ar, 23,191A  ������-���������*������.������. _k*_^w_������-ajra-!_KTi  LWu-_,n.*s.iKir_'jK-ftr--wm_t������ii  NOl'fC- is btreby^ivou'ihuttii the  fhvt ii.y <>f Da.ci'i.W Kexuii.'plicat.o'jjwill  be uml. to tlib Su'xiaii.teadout A P.uviu-  .ciul Polioo, Viet'iti.*, fur a Miowal o/'the  hotei I'tfonae t.i sell' li^uir* by retail in  tho hotel k������o.vu ai tlm Union-ftel. ail-  siiate at U.ii.-ii, B.C. Juii.v K. J!_L_:oi>  ruled September, .3 l.l ll  -rrn���������tt i-TTTiTii ii -mr-wmmimrfiTTn inn m n_i mi m nwwn  > N OTI'.'E ia lie>������.������y given tli_. ou tlia  .bat, d:.y of Di-wuib,. i' 11.xi, iipj.li.aaicn  vAA In- n acl> In the aSisp.'ii'.tainrieii. nf tlu?  I'���������i)%iiiciw.1 Polio.*, .Vii-toj'ii 1, f������r the i(.nov7  al ot tho-hotel Up. nun i,������ noil liquors by  r aUil in i,h������ h-etel kn^vi-n a,*> 'Ly W.-O-hus  tSaVoppitfu Pl������ee, situ ale A Oyntar Iuv.t,  iii.iiSw Provluooof lJri"ai>li Collimbi*.  AxNiKAVoonkus.  D_tod Scptombur 23, .91 _,  _JW-*--ILXf-_--_  stxtfrDtntnKatea  NOTICK i.s hcreL-y given tr.nl, ou tiie  fust duy of DocMnber iust np^Uoation will  bo wvAa to r.ho Sn;H5riyt-'i'.de.it of Provincial I'olieo, Vi.'.oi'i-.f-ir Uie nsnownl of iKi  hotel licaii'o to .nlliiqi'inf. l>y ntnil va the  I10.0I known aa .lir/Nobou hon.1, nitruUeu  at Union Hny, B.C. John Fu.iskk.  Diitwi Septonilxr, 25, 1911-'  ������_3ts__Tn*ira-e������ecsm,vs. iniuv.  -  NOTICK ia hi-reby ulfuii that, ou tho  (Wat di\y of- I. .-combo,   uevt. -pplioaton wiil  l>e made to the .Snpcri.itoudoiit of-Provmeinl  1'olior, Victoria, for the rewiwul of tho lyi  t������l lit_���������rn>- to sail liquors hy ro'iill   in   lk<f  _>U._ W.ev.-.. us tho _la.-.:r_ii>'towl, gitia .t������<j  at Couv'.enay, Rfl,        . 0. fl. .kciinku  -��������� IKtcd SnvM?iulxi'l'M-.li)U.,  w���������.iihi 111 iT|-������������-MiTiiirviii"t invirniwr'niT-T  ^y*v^f^^z^y^^������*i^r^'f^^^  Wii  -pf British Columbia, Ltd,  THE S. 8. OOWICUAiX   WILL SAII, AS ILtNDKR     "  Comox"���������Union Bay��������� Nanaimo���������Vancouvkr���������Route '  Leaves Comox, Sunday. 4 p, in. Tuesday 11 p, m*  Leaves Union .fay, Sunday, 5 p-'*m.. .'.Tuessday, 12 o'clock, noou  For Deumau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver. ���������  o  RETURNING--Leaveft Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday, 8 pm  For Nanaimo, "Union Kay and Gomox.  Subject-to change without notice.  SX_S3Z-E_H_a_--__������S___g^  11 i on  N.   KoLEOD  ft.  'F_^o:_,:������____xi.r.  Eaglwb 4 ��������� M'J-lTO.N ..ways on t,.?      time, the fnmous MILWAUKEE  BBKtt,-)���������Ajihanaw,  llnh.w.vi, K.hlte, Ao..,    ''OLD G-RBY BEAFiD"  ,.i  SCOTCH VVHMKA". Best VJiines and'Liquors of all kiads  ,T!n. sJi<nrvt_iig aad lodging Department, undivr tho ua media .0 wiperai.!t<.aa_enee  ���������    ��������� will U-j iak^a Fiist claH.i in every rcsSjitjet.;  KATES ,  $1 00 per, da,y and Up  e* C3__*_uarj'9-_JuatMU **- *>_n-nraccuauauc * ������*t_u_wa-Jii_.i-_ja ������03na___ ua _axu___s js  CANCELLATION OF RH-  SEKVK.  .    NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN tbat  he reserve,''the notice of   wliich iippear-  *cl :n ihe 1>!'C. dazette on the   27th day  it' December, 1907, is cancelled ih so fails it relates to  the afollowh:!'   parcels of  iind;���������the W. 1 2 of iheS.  E.   1-4,' ilu;  .���������>. \V. i-.-i, ar.d the S. 1 1 of lhe   N.   W.  i-.)westof ihe river in   Socti.n 4; the S.  K. 1-'., the S. E. 1-4 of ihe  S.   \V.������ 1-4  ���������ind the N. E. 1-4 iu Section 5;   the   S.  i-_'of the S. E. 1 4 in .Section S; the S E.  1-4, the S. W. r-4 ;< nd the E.������i-2   of.-the  N. E t-4 ia Seoiion 16, .nd   the E.   1-3  of llie b. E 1-4 and N. 1-2 iq Section 21,  .'ill in Township 3, Sayward District, aud  ihe^v'. E. 1 4 of the N. L.   l-.\   in   Ssc-  lion 32; the N K 1-4 of the S W 1 4 and  thc-N VV 1-4, audX   .-2 0," the Nlii-4 i.i  Suction 23; ihe N 1-2 of, ilu:   N   \V   1-4  ir,d the N 1-2 of ihe N E 1-4 in Section  34; and ilie S 1-2 and N  W'l-^of ihe N  ���������\Y 1-4 in .Section 35,   all In Township 6,  Skyward District,  'li,l*fts wiid IrtaiicU w'f.'l he open fornnlky hy  pre-edipti&n on Monday, the .foil cby of.  aVIsy ;������ the hour.of g o'clock   In the forenoon; all applications   lo tn tiad������ at the  office of the Gnvernraciu   Afj^Qt,   V.Ur  couver.    No-J're-cuiption   Recurcl  .<',b:ill  ��������� ncliiiie mor������ than 40  acras  of. lnnd except in cashes.' tv here it is desirable lo include .aiairfraciional" portions of legal  Swbdivl-j.t.i..; mformatioR in which con  ueciipn may be obtained from p!';_riri   on  view at die above uieiuion.rJ A^.ucy.  K. A. REN WICK  Deputy Min'uter of Lands  Liiiids  I)eparm._i"it,   ViiMoria, Ij.   C,  Felii'uxry nth   1914. 0  tty  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF'  ' NANA!liO.HOLD-iN  AT  NAHA1MO.  IN TUE MA'fTKR O.P   Uwr^  R-iuliun  tostate,  Distnist, 13. C '  A\Th 1     Wl.-fea-.a. ;," -..1  . V  ,          IN TUB MATTElt .-f U>= "0?.i-! ������i4r-^^^^W^L;-;^-^������  cial Adiniiii-ii'v-toi-- Act," ���������  ���������i-i  'TAKF NOTICK  tliat  l.y <u-  der of His Honor  .fudge   Ur.rUor. ,. _  u   ou   the 10th  <iav of   JKiit-j  fJfyj-xiB vj,������;. .  I.I.,  1  ���������    wes      uppouitixl  A������l-j^^ ^^ -..-,���������_,^.~_-, .  luiuistnUor   of   tlie  Estate of t!i������| , '  al>ovi>-iuftutioued dociv.isv.i., ju'cl ���������'v.'lj  partie, liaviuo claims f^guiu.t  iln-j  said ostate uru burc-by   require-: L<1  furui.i. saiiiii, propi-rlj voriiio-.', 'o������,  uu* ou   ur hi'i'ur.   the 15th   uayv. j,  July     1U1'4.    AND      all    p''-i  ties indobtt'd to said i*s,tut������*, are ro-\ ,-, t- - - 7'Y  quired'to pay the  aiuouutof tLeirj O ���������> ��������� ,.p -,.-,��������� .  .iudebt(*duess"to me   forthwith.'     j ���������iii i,.. rv_.;._..  Dated   this  1 Otli   day of Juii-*: ���������>������������������;,,;..;-, .a,- j-\..  .  -a->y  NO  ll.l  No.  1014.    .  "  W. Wbslkv Wi_i,ard,  Ollicial Adiniiii.'iV'i'.f'j;,  Cumberland, .V. C.  _a^������tt_������.'������J^������_aw_Mr*������__r_������a__iiiMi,_3a_^^^  CANCKLLATIOX  OF  Ri.-  SERVE.   ���������  r-'i..dn  ht  r-r-3'-(>  a.  i.M    al.    , -j-, .-.i'i .'aaa    *Ilv   a -.' ..   '  t-r      ih.- ;st     , f'..'1'  I t) I .'���������       ' .", 1 u.c  Mi. )   r,aird, Gi.--'������i"������)i;.-������a'.  o-.ri.inii,!'..'  C;   h.t.   A.   [  f I'llC  _Cl)l. ..i   Ua  :* h.vA-6-  L1QU0U ACT 19,10.  Seotiou i2.  ������agg53^Sai_ig335_^^  rfi-_X-f������f������-K-  The Courtenay Hotel  Everj'couv.tiiniKe.ioi' guasts.  Tho Ceatial Ksicl for Epprtamon  None. bu| tho Res', of Wines a'-.tul Liquors;  at ihe. li.ir.  TtATKS REASONABLE  ��������� John Johnston,   Prop-  CRjawi- _aiMW_n_:iM-������������������n'(iui������iravMrn  K) >^^*������%rrff^iaiJ.^ll^'<lf*A{������^*������aV^jS  CH TARBELL  9.        F^a        -0 "SI ifff* '������  '  16WC1 h-, Ul \Qn ^ja-itilna  'IJetter,. Cheaper Tha,"; 'Most Dairy' Feeds  Vancouver ifiilEng A Grain Company,  I3i-5.tri'b_to."s  ? A"<1 ull KITCHEN i.UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  ami  General. Hardware  tt** l������^^a>#<,^W^*t^l^������������^J|f^'^^Va^^  NOTICE iu horoby givon thut at tho  noxt mooting ol dm Uoiird of Lieowio Com  lyutwioiiwii of Uio Oity of Ctiuiberlimd, I  ititfliul to ti|'|)ly for n reiifl*nl of tho hot.  ml li.ouiw hoM by mn for tbo Wnvurly  lloU'l.Jiltuutai. ou lot 2, blook ., Cumber  land 'Tiifl'tifiile,  KUANK DALLOS.  Uuteil Movoinbor llth, lUl'l. ��������� *  N:\-~iAIMO,  B. C.  ������laa<rrf.Kln������*>-������������.-^anl>iaIia".aa^f.^-������la>i������cifu,v^a'.aA"AVav~i  NOTICE I, Jiorcby giver,   lhat  *onei      month   ,      from citUi?,  upplicaiiba will be made to the  ���������SuiieriiU-iideut of Proviuaiial pof  ct .or a liconpe for'iho talc of  liquor hy wholesal.. in - and upou  the pretnisiw sit.ia led i tut he -town  of   Courlenfiy,  B. C,  known  and  -1 tin. i-ibfid-u b~Lo t.���������SO-a n cl���������31 S _c=-  dor.-61. '  "Dated Lhi_- lf)th day  of    April,  'iai-i  UMON BREWING COMPANY  ,, J-id.  Conr.td l-.K-iiel,  Apjilicant  iscDzsaaa  1 ir***1l*l hV W t"*"a"aWi���������inll_;j-HI-.IMW  Notice is hereby j.ivoi. that at the  .U'vt uuMtir.K of the Hoard of I.ic<.ns<*  <;i)iiiiuissioiiets I tnteiul to apply for a  v.nnw.il of the Imiol licaisc licld by me  for ilie Mew lii)_l.inil Hotel, st mated on  block t, lot 3, Ciiiubciland Townsite.  JOSKl'II WAUKKll  '.Juki! .Vnvoiiiljoi- lidi, I'-H'l.  NuTIUIi is htiajliy Avon lhat ru thi:  '.U'*a'. iiu-ctinj' rd the lln;\rd ol' Idctune  Comnui:.ictii:rs of tlie City of Cumber-  Iuih!, 1 i-ituii'l 'o :. [ijilyfor a '.ncwal of  Shi hotel liccnvs lii'M by mc for tht  ''Kiui- ficuiKu" Unicl, suualcU oc. ot .9,  lj?i������;k 7, Citmljc:bind Tn'wnsite.  VICTOR I!CNORA.  ;i)/__a-,,.va.u'lair IUI>, IUU.  CANCELLATION   OF RK-  ' S15K.VK.  NOTICK IS ILKUKI-jr GIVEN' that tive Resorvc,' a uoliec of  whicli appenrt'd. i-'.-i ..ho ih-il'isli  Coltnubi.i Giwelte ou the 271I1  dny .of December, 1907, is cancelled iu so far'as it rdatcs to  lands covered .by .Expired Timber License No ^ 2936 and  known us Lot No, 374, Sayward  "DUtvief, and Mint the said laud:-;,  will be opened for staking for  pre-emption as misurveyed land*;  in compliance with the provisions of the ������������������ixtud Act*' at 9  o'clock iu the forenoon on Tuesday, August it, 1-914. b'or  further iuformaliou apply to the  Govern men t Agi'iit, Vancouver,  through whoso' office all uppli-  cations must lie made,  U.  A. Rknwick,  Deputy .Minister of Lauds,  Lauds   Dupavtnient,   Vic'turi;i,  11. C, June ro, :yi^/  NOTIOK.  f-i-itla'd toiulei'fi .Mil be ivfcivi'd  by tin* Mitii,i:U\|' nf Lnndi: tint In  lur lliiui noon on ib'.' ".'tii ik'.y of  Aujj;it(a1, 101-1, for thn puiv.li.'isu tif  Liconr-n X 241; to cur, ._.J..,0(.0  fi ot of tiutbi't'im'in iti't'.'i udjoiii.  lm- T f������f 17-1   1 .tt!.- V.ilib.tf \'.>|aiiil  1'il-MMl.RSOHKDlILE.  Triikn- will arrive ;*.t Cuinbor.  .uud from 1'uioti liny y,1 ti $0 ou  Tu.wlfiy, Tluirsday ���������and tiatuniny  <ivoiiiii(.-s, and will li'iivo fur Uni'Ui  Ibty W'ediK't'day aud , Kvidtiy at 7  i 1,1 tho 1110 rn hi}.;, and on Saturday  at 5 ;o in tho eveuinfv There is  no uliuiifTy iu tlio   S. S. Cowiehafi  died uie-.  ���������ir-  : NOTICE IS HEREBY GiV-  EN that tin* reserve of_for.esbo.re_g , ,W);,_;_ _,-___.  and of the coal under the -*?.  fronting ou Nelson aud .-Nw  c&stle Districts, notice cf which  ] appeared in th. B. 0, G-aae'ite  6n the 6th day of January, 1910,  is cancelled-'...  ht A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands,,  Lauds Department,   Vic-om,  B. C, 23rd June, 19x4 .  MSiC  ',:_���������-���������  itii,  fhiiH: W't4_������j \':i^-:;riii  By  tiyqs&i&ltjtii   ID' dVj   *JiWt-iS-'*4i������������������.  cuiitria'af-iu-- ii.fify-  ������t*.jVi   :i..,*?���������������*������*   v.   -Va-  l)l:iii> I'.nJ s_)eci!r������������'--v-.'>'   -V !.W  'f*^  r<r  t(?u di)Unrs {%i7;, 'v'S-.-tsi' v.S bo  s-*ftav*." .  on ra.iuiiji.asg,'.tr������uia: ���������._ .4.0;'^ ci-'i������.  NOTKJE ���������  Any jMU'tiOii ur poi'toufi, cuttiuo;,  removing or taking any Ijluekn  tmiku' or wood, of any diwri jitiodn  )elongiiig to the 'Wellington Col-  lici'V Oo'V-i or front or iiff the land  of tiiu paid (Joinpany, or aiiyoiiu  lipping rubbisli of auy description  niiywhei'o upon the company'.*  land will lio proraoont^'d to tlu* full  extent of the law.  J, It. LOOKAUl),  Chuioi'iiI AIi.:ia������!_<T,  Colliery Oo,y  KiiUut-' du loi'.o.uulives nml   rail  a-iiv cur,-  of   liu1   Unimi   ".olli.i'.v  Conijiiuy by any  jmiHon   or   per*  ;-uu     f. ;'c\i\ t'lin (".ev,-    ii.- <��������� Irlotly  i)i'iifi''-'K,<L    .Cnipioyoa'ai   ' ie "sub-  ii*c .a* i'.i.-mJ;-;-*:il for iilluW'ii.g   H.'ilii'  Uy i.i iler  J.  K.   LOOK ARD,  Gene-mi Manauo..  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section ._.  ?\OTJ0i?. in li'iicby ffiven that,  on the 1 i*t cay of lOccoiuhcr next,  i^ipiicitiow will bo tvitido to the  Hnpe.iuieodiHi*; oi ProvisuVirtl l'ol-  ice for renewal of thn hotel iic.nce  10 Eell Ivtjuor by retail in tho ho'e)  known a.t too .d,i!rv.._.i;ui Mnt'-l.  ���������i utile ai Lund, in the Pn vino-.1 of  liuii.h Cohuv.hia,  .Paled this Mrd day of Oetobar,  10M  FHKL) THULIN  Applicum  LlQUOn ACT, 1910.  Beet ion 42,  NOT101. i*������i hc.ifby ^ivoti thul,  on iho l't d;iy of ]).(.i?mb.-i; nn>;t-,  ���������ipplii'iition v.'ill be mud" to the  jjiipi'riiiii'odi'iit of l'rovini'hl Pol ���������  ice for louowal (������f (ho hotel licfnci-  '0 pi-ll liipior by ifltnii in the bn'.A  l.iu.wn i\s l,b������i U'illov/? 1U>1i-I, i-'iiu  litu ill Crv|ii|il<dl blivin', In tl.o Pro-  Vinci' t.i J" liriii'b Ci'luiiibi 1.  l)iind. Ihiia l'ith dny nf Oclohc-r,  11)11.  CHAKLICK THULIN  Applio.wiV  '. "LAND. REGISTRY   AOT. .  IN THE MATTER of au Ao  plication for  a irdeh  Cevtincate'  o f���������T-i tl ������i���������to���������S e Clio u���������g���������C__i__i_,  District.  NOTICE is hereby given- of  my intention at tbe expiration oi  oue Calendar mouth -from the  first publication hereof to iss.:e ii  fresh Certificate of Title in iiwt  of the Certificate of Ti t'i a is^-.ted  to Thom&������ Bcecroft TJssher, J..a-  con on the 3rd day of Sep'-ember  1891", and "tnimbe-red 12^67'A,  which has heen lust:  DATE-!.) at the Land Rei.i...  try Office, Victoria, T:������. C, tl>is  23rd day of June 1914.  S. Y. Wootton  ���������    Registrar General-of Titles.  LIQUOR  ACT, 1910  (.Section ..5)  K-������irl. pi-������>_������ft, &*>���������& hf t..-tj������*_..iwv-ii?  ������y .'in Mce.p.U"'!,. W.-.������-.V. ^'j-.'-i;-)--,.- i%-- . n.-Jl\.-  c.:i'W an ianas-j.:1. tan-a ch*nti$<v' Jr..z-.-A .1  ���������..ii.d.i., <A*-f������. p_aya\W'_ la I'sc .*___���������--o.,-.  'bia* tlie.T.'.iuJiU-j- ������:' I^Co'r- ^������< ;-. .- .-���������  _i_i._ cqu.'i! U*. ;������ .err c-~������* ei <-y ao-.--*',  a liicb r.lv__l br. I'tf.; !>:.'.'.id -i -.''.:���������. -.���������*',>,��������� "i.-  ���������ilfi-ii5kj iJMyitis '--f- tv.tfif !-..-������������������ ���������;  v,L.u i-iiliaatl v'pc:! to ii--    r  ar ,:   .".."  in.  o i-.iiiu'jU-'.f.   the:    ������cnk ������~n;;:ia..--.i     -, ..  \\\'f fliVq>irs iii r_.ti..c������i._-.   ..' c .-->'-.,-|-   1  uiii.i-rCCtrtriV.; laiviicic-i-s -.*.,.i'.   I'1--  rt.'.:-'-'h'  , Ai , - ��������� ^  =.- 'l.  _'l. ^_ --Ulri������������������tl.  ..nntriict. ,        ''  ' 'J'eiif'crs \nti,!iot -be c������r.������id>.';'. ��������� uri..;-.:  .riaUc oui 0:1 llu tVim suppl'td, sii-nei-.  ������iiii the .ii'tiKi! fiyn.iU'w n*''.iic t-.'.ndoi-  ���������    - -.. i  tr anil! fi'clo'j_d in the wivcji.}.**. fei _.  ish-'d  The ii-)*".r.t or _iiy lu-ukr not r:-c>'--;,<,- _*  i.ly accepted.  ,    J. li. OKI-TITH,  Depwiy Wir,i������-lcr m-,1 J'_���������.!-.<;  V.'j.ak1  EiivrUiei'i: l^ep,i!ur.tMi'. t'i' lJ*.ii,,' \Yn:l s,y  X'icoi''::-, H. C, AiaA ?>i.ir,:.  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" , ,      a,f-.---  lice for the j;r:uttni|4 ol u noi-u': ���������:  t'orthe nnlc of liquor  by ret.iil in j D1''!'    l'oR -r)^  mid upon lhe premise:; to be wm  '.Uructed iu'rt(,enrd.'|uco with   t'"'  phiMd .nud Bpecillcaitious to be tiled with lhe   Superintendent   ol  Provincial   Police,    find   lo   hi  known ns the Tier Hotel, und to  be *;iu:at,! at or ut-ur the. p,overii  ment wharf ut Royston    NeLon  Distiict, Urili.-li Columbia, upon  the hinds described as   Lots   30  and 21 iu Uloct li of the '6u\A:  vision of pait of nert'ioiis ft  nud]  6 A.  1   00 'iU > ���������  ra'7a".-,  -������     -a, ts    .,t   aa  >,ll> *al U.    . '   -���������   ���������>���������-������������������       -1 *  F')U   VO . li  GeiVi Bk^tVu-,  i    ',   I '  rl-i" "M.'.'o''1' "��������� -"; ������'  f J,lj. Vv:>' ���������-.���������;  I, I.  m *     ���������**...- '*.  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V ' Vt.  ������r*  '������������������'..V;;' THE    tfEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ���������act surely and  {���������**ntly on lhe  liver. Cure  Biliousness,  Head-  ' ache.  Dizziness, and Indigestion.    They  do  their duty.  Small Pill, Small Doso, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  THE JOHN INGLIS CO.,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS, & BOILERMAKER.  Little   Stamp   Collector's' Georgraphy  Talking of people aud places round  the dinner table the other night, somo  one mentioned Anguilia, says'an English paper.  No one asked "Who Is Anguilia?'  There is something in the sound of  the word which connects it with-geography rather than history, and so  somebody ventured a "frank "Where  is Anguilia?"  Every one looked as if he knew  quite well, but' from courtesy was  waiting for his neighbor to explain.  But no one spoke. Even our host  always 'reckoned as a stand-by on  such occasions, failed us. Then his  little son came in (fcr it was holiday-  time), and he was quite untroubled  by the. query. ��������� "Anguilia?" he remarked airily. "Oh, it's one of the  Leeward Islands���������quite a little one���������  the West Indies, yon know."  Wo all said, "That's right!" condescendingly, and tho tension abated  somewhat.  "It's between the Virgin Islands  and Guadeloupe," added this wonderful child; "the Virgin lslaud stamps  arc awfujly rare!"  Then we understood: here was no  prig, but a youthful philatelist.,  He knew more geography than any  of his seniors, but ho didn't llko  learning geography���������he liked collecting stamps.  Relief at Once  Cure Certain  Engines of all kinds, Boilers of all  kinds,     Pluinbi__ Machinery,  Tanks, Heavy Hate Work, etc.���������  Write for prices.  14 STRACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO.      -      CANADA  Golfer's Great Catch  A good story is told of the late William MoHteon". the actor, Playing on  the Tayside links, he was driving off at  the seventh hob. (which stands on a  high embankment with a burr, in  front), and al'te-i the usual waggle, he  let go. But the head of his driver was  loose. It came off and went into the  burn and left him with nothing but  the shaft, with the whipping straightened out���������one- end attached to the  shaft and the other to the head of the  club. ' There he- stood a la angler,  then he v.as, heard to shout to his  caddie: "Get the landing net ready,  you fool! I've cot a ten pounder  here!"���������World of Golf.  Conclusive Evidence That Dr. Chase's  Ointment  Cures   Itching   Piles  Mr. John G. McDonald, Pictou, N.S,  writes: "I used Dr. Chase's Ointment  for itching piles, and found lhat the  first application gave relief. AUer  using a" few boxes of, the ointment 1  was completely cured, and can recommend it highly to all sulferers from  this disease. You have my permission  to use this letter for the benefit'of  others."  Mr. James"M. Douglass, Superior  Junction, Out., writes: "For about  six years I suffered from piles, and  often could not work for two or three  days at a time, so great was the. suffering from pain and itching. Doctors  treated me in vain, and I tried ma^y  treatments before I carn-^ across Dr.  Chase's Ointment. Two boxes of Dr.  Chase's Ointment cured me, aud for  several months I havo 'had no return  of this annoying ailment."  There can be no doubt that D.\  Chase's Ointment is the mo.t effective  treatment obtainable for overy form  of piles. 6Q cents'u box, all dealers,  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  ,_jui.rij_ biscui  DIRECT.  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PATENTS  Fetlierstonhaugh & Co., head office,  King street east, Toronto, Janada.  ,  Oil Meal For Cattle  A publication - recently issued ��������� by  the department cf comm.rce of___the_  United States, dealing with cattle  feeding in Europe, shows that there  ir, an .enormous consumption of oil  msuls of various kinds. , Thus, Germany reports' 1,417,1)20 tons of 2,205  pounds; the United Kingdom, 1,206,-  108' tons; Denmark, 564,715 tons; and  the Netherlands, 458,646 tons, a total  for these countries of 3.646,389 tons  Besides the ' cotton-seed meal imported from the United States and  Russia and that manufactured in  Germany and England from Egpy-  tinu fa.ii_ In li'jn cotton seed, much  ineal Is mad. from linseed, sim.io.ver  seeds, rapo m-oft, sesame, peanuts,  soya beans, and palm kerui-is,  American cotlor;-seed meal composes  cv.1y M per _.nt, of the total of oil  meal, and calces consumed in Europe. Denmark, which is called tho  greatest butter country in the world,  feods more than 200 ponds of cotton fined cake por head of cattle per  year.  Parishior-->r'(to departing minister)  ���������We're _ all very sorry to lose you,  Mr. Foodie. ,.  Mr. Foodie (modes'.ly)���������Never  mind, Mrs. Toodle. I've no doubt you  will get a better man next   ime.  Parishioner���������Ah, no, Mr. Foodie.  That's just what the last minister said  when he left.���������Sydney Bulletin.  More   Important  "The customs inspector evidently  ���������pniized that we were important people."  "Yes; he passed some baggage with  hardly a glance, but when he came to  us he was careful to go through everything."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  Facts Versus Fancies  Richard Lo Gallienne was sympathizing with a young writer whoso  book of poetry had been refused by  twelve publishers.  "Real lovers of poetry," said Mr. Le  Gallienne, "are unfortunately becoming rare. Too .many people, nowadays  are like the judge.  "This friend was recommended by a  poetic friend to read Shelley. The  great man of the law said he supposed  he ought to ..read a little poetry, and,  having heard so much of Shelley, he  would try him.  '"And what do you think of it?'  said his friend to the judge after lie  had waded'through a few pages of  'Epipsychidion.' 'Isn't it beautiful?'  " 'Well, well���������oh, yes. I daresay it  is,' said the judge. "'But what I want  to know is when are we going to get  at  the  facts?' "���������Washington  Star.  THS  BAKING POWOCRV.  ISCOMPOSCDOFTKEV.  tNTSAHONON.OTMUt'  motWArE BtCMt.  _>V MARCH.   /^.  lw-,?V**,������"Jr������ii_i������iO Pf_,rt-I  JP^OwfO Cut  TAINS NO Aj_i  TELEPHONE STILL UNEXPLAINED  Even  the   Inventors   Still   Regard   it  With Amazement  ��������� The telephone remains the acme of  all electrical marvels. No other device does so much with so little energy. No other engine operates with  a breath. Nothing is simpler to operate and nothing is more difficult to  comprehend. Even the inventors, who  have lived with it for a'"'third of a century, still regard it with amazement.  It cau be used by .a child, yet it cannot be explained by any man of natural science or philosopher of the  world. Not many months ago, tha  writer of an interesting- article iu the  London Times says, I asked Alexander Graham Bell himself if he understood exactly what happened when  a telephone reproduced a . human  voice, "So," he replied, "I only know  what is done, but I do not know how  it is accomplished."  How can a child's voice compel the  vibration of a. million pounds of copper wire, stretched 1,600 miles between Denver and New York? How.  can throo conversations be held at the  same time on only two pairs of wires?  >llo\v can two people 1,000 miles apart  exchange ' thoughts instantaneously  via local chords, air, wire, and electricity? How can the same disc of  sheet iron be both ear and tongue  reproducing any voice and any language on the face of the earth?  No pne at this stage of progress in  electrical knowledge can answer these  questions. No clock nor, stop-watch .w_10 as n  can keep track (of what the telephone 0ffjc'-ais iS  does. No human system of time can  measure its activities. As Herbert  Spencer once remarked, the earth  travels through 30 miles of space  while your eye is reading this one line  of type. But the earth, compared with  the telephone vibrations, is a sloth of  a world.. In less time than you require for the winking' of an eye, the  wire of the telephone can flash a word  across 1,000 miles of space.  -.'^TH.WHlTfJ.T.LUmgl  READ   THE   LABEL  COR   THE  *      SUMER  ^AKINGf  _Mi__t_j_  *s|fl    A LUI  PROTECTION OF THE CON-  THE INGREDIENTS ARE  PLAINLY PRINTED ON THE LABEL. IT  IS THE ONLY WELL-KNOWN MEDIUM- J>  PRICED BAKING POWDER MADE IN  CANADA THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN  ALUMAND WHICH HAS ALLTHE  INGREDIENTS PLAINLY STATED ON  THE   LABEL.  MAGIC  BAKING' POWbER  CONTAINS    NO   ALUM,  M IS SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS SULPHATE OF ALUMINA OR SODICALUMIN1C  SULPHATE. THE PUBLIC SHOULD NOT BE  MISLED   BY   THESE   TECHNICAL   NAMES.  E. W. GILLETT  COMPANY LIMITED  WINNIPEG TORONTO.   ONT.        MONTREAL  A Less n in Morals  Mother���������Now, Willie, you told nie a  falsehood.  Do  you  know   what  happens  to little  boys  who tell    falsehoods'   ��������� , ' '_  Willie  (sheepishly)���������No, ma'am.  Mother���������Why, a big black man with  only- one"eye���������iri���������tii6"cenlro"0-" his_fore-"  head, comes along and flies-with him  up cc the moon and makes him pick  sticks for the balance of his life. Now,  you will never tell a falsehood again,  will you?    lt is    awfully    wicked.���������  Puck.  English   in   Japan  The people of Japan have come to  value proficiency in the English language. Over. 100,000 boys and girls  now study this form of speech in the  Japanese secondary schools.'  A recent ten-day conference' of 500  teachers of English in Tokio, was conducted entirely in English, althougn  all but about five per cent, were natives. Baron Kicuchi, president-of  the Imperial University, presided, aud  many of the university professors attended.  Some of the educators of Japan assert that English speech will be universal in that country within a few  generations, alth ugh of course it wiil  not supplant the Japanese - tongue  there.  Compromise  Doctor (laughing)���������Some of those  patients are the limit. The man' wh.  just left has several ailments," and  for one I prescribe a cold plunge in  the mornii g, whi'������ for anotlie" 1 told  him  to take a hot bath        night.  Wife���������And   what   did   he   say?  Doctor���������He asked if it wouldn't do  if he went at nocu and took a lukewarm bath.  "We were going to marry our  daughter to Li when we learned that  he was spending all his money at th ,t  rascal Wang's, the man who runs the  gambling house."  "What did you do then?"  "We married her to Wang."���������Los  Angeles Examiner.,  Slang in the White House  President Wilson's nbillt;, to evad.  the questions of newspaper men is tho  despair of the profession. He never refuses.to answer queries, but he is so  expert nz a verbal fencer th:.t he cn.i  answer all,day without giving the information the writers want.  On ono occasion, when he was surrounded by a host of the correspondents at the White House, he was asked a question by Matthew F. Tigha,  cross-examiuir of public  a wonder.  "As to that," replied the president,  smilingly, "in the vernacular. of the  day, 'you can search me.'"  "There are times, Mr. President,  said Tiglie, wistfully, "when I wish i  could."  The Green Sailor  Mark Twain was once talking about  a ni'-'v that had failed.  ' "No wonder it failed,", ho said. "It's  author'was a greenhorn. He knew no  moro of stagecraft that young Tom  Bowling know of ., sailorlng when ho  skinned  before the mast.  "Greenhorn Tom, you know, being  told to ge aloft one dark, wet night,  started ".p the rigging with a lantern  and an umbrella."  INVENTIONS IN 30 YEARS  HOT WEATHER AILMENTS .  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  frith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, iw ther enonot MW(tl  thr. Mitt or the aJlieMo. Catarrh in a hlood or const!-  tiitlonal dlnanac, and In order to cur* It you must Uk������  Internal riiinrdln,. Hull's Catarrh Cure li taken Intern/illy, wicl acU dlr.ctl. upou ths blood mil muroui  itirtacM. Hall'I CMArrh Cura li not % quack mrclh  ' elnj, It was prtaiiorlbcd by one ot the brut physician*  In thin conn trr tor years imd Is a regular prescription.  It It eomrvonfd ol the brst tonic* known, conililued  with the but blood purifiers, acting dlreotly on tho  mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of tin  two Ingredient* Is what produces such wonderful ro-  lulls In curlnf catarrh.  Bend (or testimonials, tree,  F, J, CH-NRY _ CO., Prop*., TOlWiO, tt  o Pnld hy DnidKlau. price 7Bo.  -_*o Hall's .'amity I'llla Ux ���������onstlDatloa.  Found Something Better  After much pleading and a long  service of good behavior a little 10-  year-old boy was permitted to attend  liis first circus. He, of course, was  much . entertained, and returning  home in an excited frame of mind, he  rushed to his grandmother aud exclaimed:  "Grandmother, grandmother, lf you  would attend ono circus ��������� you would  novor go to another prayer meeting  in your life." ;    ,  Aunt Ethel���������Woll, Beatrice, woro  you very brave at the dentist's?  Beatrice���������Yes, Auntie, I was.  Aunt Ethel���������Then there's the half-  crown I promised you. And now toll  mo what ho did to you.  Beatrice���������He pullod out two of Wlillo. teeth!-���������Punch.  KlndncBO of the Boss  , Llltlo Tommy, who wuh about leneo  high to a half pint, wus employe:, by  tt liuiiy broltor. Ono afternoon the  broker wan Hitting lit hia doMc trying  to ctillcct his thoughts uh well ba boiiio  coin when lie maidenly looked up apd  Hlgnallud Tommy to draw nei.r.  "Tommy," mild tho 1io,.h, digging  downrinto bin joans, "horo'a u lilt/  f'Hiii. chunk of silver. Take it and hustle oil to Homo vaudeville hIiow,"  "Tl.ank you vory much bir," grat--  fully n ..ponded Tummy, freezing lust  lo the coin. "Tlia)'; , whnt 1 cull beinj  liuinn good lo a fitior kid."  "Don't tlilnk tlmt I'm being good to  you," wan Ilio quick rejoinder of the  limm. '1 wnnt ynu to loi.ru u new  Ium,. I fiiii't iititnd lho ono you'vo  lmfin whlmllng I'or   two   iiiuii Ihu any  Juilf'.UI'."*��������� LMjllllllgO.  Cost cf a Failure  In Russia a man, intending to kill  hlniRolf, got ln front of a railway  train, but was pulled aside.  Thon Uio authorities took him in  chargo. They fined lilm for disorderly  conduct, imprisoned hlra for Imperiling human life aud gnvo him solitary  confinrnent for Interrupting traVcl. It  Bomfl to bo painfully difficult to leave  Russia by any routo,���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer,  The Dance of Death  The population of the work, is about  l.G:W���������',00,000 persons.  The average age of all persons at  death is thirty-three years.  Total of 47,372,727 persons die, annually.  Total of S08,r>16 persons die weekly.  Total of 129,788 persons die daily,  Total of fi.r.08 persons died hourly.  Nearly ninety persons die, every  minute.  About, three persons die overy two  seconds.  Sixty pe-sons died wlillo you wero  reading . this item.���������Ed. ��������� Howe's  Monthly.  A Three Year Old  , "Mother," said a three-year-old girl,  "I don't think you know much about  bringing up children, do you?"  "What make, you think that, dear?"  "Because you nlwayR send mo  to  bed when I'm not a bit sleepy, and  make mo get up when I am."  "Mother, why do they play some of  of the music so low and some so  loud?"  "Soj taht the people who are hard of  hearing can get theirmoney's worth.''  ���������Philadelphia Ledger.  At  tl*c  club   one  night  a  m_e_mb_(_r  of a certain regiment found himself  the centre of a group who were discussing the likelihood of an invasion  of Mexico by tho national guard.  Cheerful remarks about the penetrative powers of M".user bullets peppered about him. Everybody had kindly  suggest1 ins to make���������such, for instance as that a medal neatl, adjust-  "A over each bullet hole would make  him look as good as new. The victim  took it very well.  "I'd like to contribute just one remark to this discussion," he said. "If  I'm reported shot in tho back, remember that I may have turned around to  encourage my men."  A medicine that will keep children'  well is.a great boon to every mother.  This is just what Baby's Own Tableta  do. An occasional dose keeps the little stomach and bowels1 right and prevents sickness. During, he hot summer months stomach troubles speedily  turn to fatal diarrhoea and cholera infantum, .and if Baby's Own Tablets are  not a*, hand the child may die in a few  hours. Wise mothers always keep the  Tablets in the houso and ive their  children an occasional dose to clear  out the stomach and bowels and keep  them well. Don't wait till baby is ill  ���������the delay may cost a precious lifo.  Get the Tablets'now-aml you may feel  reasonably safe.    Every mother who  uses tlie'Talilets praises "them and'thaT  is .tlie best evidence there Ia no other  medicino for- little (nes so good. The  ./Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. 'Williams' Medicine o., Brocit-  ville, Ont.  Celluloid Cement  Celluloid nrticlos can bn mended wlt'i  a cement made by dissolving bits of  celluloid In acetone. . It takes only a  few minutes to mnko the cement,  which Is applied llko gluo, the.broken  edges are pressed together, and In lifted! minutes the cement Is hard,  Willi no llioi-fiii'li a |iri>|inrnllon nt  Iih ml hh Mlllnr's Worm Powdeni thu  motli'ir who iillowii her children lo suf-  fur from the ravaged of woruiH Ih un-  wlio mul culpably ciu'ok'n... A chill  i,iili|iic.ti'd lu tlin iitliiclcn of wnrmii In  iiIwhj'h unliP'iltiiy, nnd will boHtunted  lu ith growth, It Ih n merciful net to  rid 11 nf IIii'mo di'slnirllvii unriiHlton,  ..spiicl'illy when It can bo dono wit:,-  Una,   aJli.ta._.(.J ,  Successful Ugly Women  Succfinsfiil womon are not alwnyH  Af Irrcpronclr blr> bmiuty or modeling.  T!iiiS'thV\ PrlncoHH d'Evol! ot l.oul.-t  X-y/w-tlino was one eyed; the silt of  Mo'ntoripiin's mouth r.eiielieil lior cum;  Mmo. do Malntciion was Ihln, noagro,  yellowluli; La Vullloro, liimo; (jnb-  Hollo d'l.Htri'ps one nrnicd' Anna  lloleyn, bIx IliiKcrod.���������WoatmlnHlor  (lu'/ette,  Out of Harm'8 Way  "And you sny you novor attend weddings any more?" asked the sweot  young thing,  "No, I do not," ropliod tho bacho-  lor.  "And why not, prny?"  "Why, don't yon seo what's happen-  Itig every day to Innocont bystnnd-  fi'K?"���������Vonkci'H Stalcumuii.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������I had a Bleeding Tumor on my faco for a long time and  tried a number of remedies without  r.ny good results. I was advised to  try MINARD'S LINIYENT, and after  using several bottles lt mado a complete curo, and it healed all up and  disappeared altogether,  DAVID   HENDERSON.  Bollelslo Station, Kings Co., N.B.,  Sept. 17, 1904.  Brook ri--Why nroti't you wonrln.  your piitiuil. li'iithorH?  KninKlln���������Thn patent oxplrod.���������  Penn Punch Jjowl.  Fiiinlaiiiniitiilly .liwi Is no such  lulni. iik private action. All nctloiiB  nro public In UiomiuilvoH or In their  coiifiuquoncon.���������Boyco.  "Doctor," nnid ho, "I'm a victim of  Insomnia, I can't Bleep if there',  the lpimt noise, micli on a cat on the  buck fence, for hutiineo."  "Thin powder will bo effective,"  replied tho physician, aftor compounding ii. proscription,  "When do I tako lt, doctor?"  "You don't tako It. Vou glvo it to  tho cat, in nomo milk."  Diplomacy  Lndy���������I'm nfraid ono foot In bigger  than the other,  Shopiinn���������-On tlio contrary, madam,  ono Ib porlinprt nrnnllor than tlio other.  ���������London Opinion.  Dlffersnt Views  BInks���������Ch, I guess your rich aunt  will remember ycu. You mado ;. big  hit with l.er by Rolng into mourning  whon her cat died.  .IlnkB���������True, but llston. Now tlio  other relatives accuso nio of poisoning  the cat to get the opportunity.���������Exchange,  He Simply Asked  First Clubman���������Well, how are you?  . Second Clubman���������Er���������so so, perhaps'. Last week I thought I was1 in  for rheumatic fever, but just managed  to stave it off, and today a twinge in  my left shoulder suggests���������well, it  may be neuritis or���������  First Clubmin���������My dear chap, I  didn't mean it literally.���������Loudon  Punch.  Civilization   Has  Been   Developed  by  Later Ones   ���������  The nineteenth century has often  heen called the "Century of Invention." As a matter of fact, the real  century of invention did not begin until 18-0���������whon it was inaugurated by  th. discovery of photography���������so that,  as one might say, it is not finished '  yet. Since that date there has been  a steady acceleration of mechanical  discoveries, and in this line no period  of equal length has been so productive as the opening years of the  twentieth century���������the most remarkable achievement being the actual  realization, in the practical flying  machine, of what mankind had come  to regard as a mere dream of the visionary.  s Human flight first b.ecame an accomplished fact in 190-1. It must be  admitted, however,"tliat the idea of  the aeroplane is by'no'.means so new.,,.  In the Encylopedia Britj\nnlca of thirty odd years ago will'be found, undor  "flight," a picture of a -flying machine  almost identical .with..:- that- of the  Wrights. Such ' eing tlie case, it may  be nsked, why was it not. put to use?  TIip eviilanation is simply that the-  only kind of' motor thn available was  the steam motor, which was impossibly heavy. It was the gasoli i motor that .made" flying possible.  If we 'were to go buck to the year  1S80, and were deprived of the inventions which have been . made  during'the las*, thirty-'our years,  we should have an om.ortunity to  realize the influence wliich a feiv  men's ideas have hnd ipon the development of civilization., We should  find ourselves deprived of telephones,  electric cars, bicycles, mechar.ical  typesetters, cash registvs nnd tvne- ���������  writers���������the lirst writing machine  hnving been put on the mr.rket ia  1883." -  A 'Standard Medicine���������Parmelpe'3  Vegetable Pills, compounded of en-,  ���������tirciy���������regrtar-lo1-substances-known-to-  have a revivifying and salutary effect  upon the digestive organs have thn.ugh  years of use attained so .niinent a  n������"'io!i that, they rank-.! \ standard  medicine. The ailing shoul'. remember this. Simple in thoir composition,  they can be assimilated by.the weakest stomach and am cortnln to have  a hoi.lthful nnd.'agreeable effect on the  sluggish dige tive organ .  Reason For His Popularity  Stranger���������Tho whole town seems to  be turning out to his funeral. Tho  deceased must havo boen vory popular.  Native���������Stranger, he was ono man  In a million. After ho bought his car  ho gavo everybody a rldo that ho hud  promised to.���������Judge.  Then She'll Tell You  "Tell mo," said tho lovesick youth,  "what's the best wny to llnd out what  a woman thinks of you."  "Marry  her,"     repllo.1    Pockham  promptly.���������Philadelphia Press.  Easily Made S.ilad Dressing  Beat two eggs well, add h.,1- . pint  of best vinegar, butter size of a hen's  egg and half a teaspoon.'.. of salt.  Put this into a granite pan and set on '  stove. To prevent curdling stir rapidly and continue ui.tll it thickens liko,  custard, then remove from otove, and  while still hot stir in half i toau oou-  ful of mndo' miiBtard thinned in na  much vinegar, a sprinkling'of poppet"  and, for thoso who liko it, a tcaspoonful of olivo oil. Stir thoroughly until  well mixed and sot It in a cool pl.ic������.  Use the Ramo as any dressing.- -National Magazine  A Valuable Recipe  Wife���������Whatever shall I do with  till thoso trout you havo brought buck,  dear? How shall I prevent them from  smelling?  Angler (who had bought 'cm.���������  Why, cut their noses off, of course,  lovo!  Thoroughly Base  An old forger who Iiiih Borved flvo  terms ln various penitentiaries and  who Is now refraining from fancy pen-  mnn. hip in ordor to enjoy nn uninterrupted vacation for n week or twain  nccordrt im the following epigram from  tho depth of his oxpnrloneo:  "I never roiillzod tho complete linso-  nott ot my nnt uro until ono day I  found myRolf lin.JoiisoloiiKly raisin*'  my own check."���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  When n Mulo Dltea  When a mule begins to bites it Ib a  Biiro sign that ho has rheumatism in  hia hind logs and can't uao thorn,���������  Now Orleanfl Plcayunno,  Bnevolent Old Gentleman  "Don't you think llshlng   a cruol  sport?"  FlHhernian���������I should think It was.  l'vo beon sitting hero flvo hours and  nover hnd a single blto; I've got threo  wasp stings, nnd heon en ton up with  Hies, and tlio sun's taken ull tlio skin  oft' tho back of my neck.'  "How would you cliimlfy a lolo-  phono girl? ,,Ih hers n business or n  prof i������8H Ion?"  "NiLhor; it ia u culllng."~ChrlBtlan  IteglHtar.  Ho gooth lieltor than creepoth Jnhlj  wny than lio that runneth <ut of lila  way.-*-8t. Augustine  The Box Was Good  Wife���������Charles, wasn't that a good  box  of  cigars  I gavo you on  your  birthday?  Husband���������I never saw a better box,  my dear.  Ho Refu.ed Chicken Gravy  Johnny, out to dinner, twico refused  chicken gravy, of which uo was very  fond, lllu bostons who hud added macaroni to tlio grnvy, flnnliy said:  "Why, 1 thought you liked chicken grnvy?"  "1 do Bomotipics" replied Johnny,  "hut my mamm.i nover pule tho wind-  plpos in."  "Why did you quit iloalln;; with  Squills tho druggist?"  "Ilo wasn't accommodating," ro-  piled the girl addressed. "The othor  day I iihoned ior lilm In send  around ii .-cent _tiuup mid ho ro-  fused."  Sarcnotlo  , "I try to mind niy own biiRlnonn,"  Hiild Mrn, Slothlngton,  "I novor Huw any one." replied Allan  Coyonno, "who enduri-d .failure witli  greater fortitude."���������Washington UUir.  Financier���������That Ih not tlui snma  tnlo tlint you '.old mo a fow days ago,  Beggar���������No, sir. But you didn't boliovo that ouo.���������London Mail.  The Modern Dancer  Madge���������Do look at that girl, Billy;  rlni.Hn't. nhe diince llko a   chicken.  wmi,i,i,    Yi", I* tii" vory 'wi'iltrvnf  motion.������������������ExcllUW.O.  Open to Conviction  "Homo of your coniitltnentn nro dl������-  mgrooliig with you," nald tho trusted  lieutenant. i  "Wfill, keep tub on tliem,' replied  r:ftiiilor N'irpliiim, "wIhmi enough din-  fu.rf'0 with mn to conHtltuto n rellnbb.  iw.ajunty t'lii vaAiui, to turn an.uud ,uwl  tgniii with ilu'iu."���������WiiK.i.nKiou Htur.  >��������� ���������������������������������������!      "��������������������������� ���������S���������������_���������_���������_W_^_^-W-^l--_--^���������������M_^^������W^_^WSS_S-_i  w.:.. u. ioio  wm THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  0  \,  MODERN   JERUSALEM  ROBBING THE COAL PILE  A Deal taxaa Bluml.tlm.  SOLD WATCH FREE.  A itnlgfct.M'wud (mhtom  mtw iron an MU1>1|>_*4  Srm.    W, ��������� l)7m(J tW4r  TTaUhM U liiouwndt ot  WopL all otw t_>  worH u a ban  aatnrtlMUMt. How  U roar ibm t������  ���������btala mm. Wrlta  new, weloslns u  Mnti tor o������������ of our  luhlofuLhU _,������dUi'  J*nt Omnia, ' or  Omit.'   Alb.ru,   Mni  I������.,-a.\x������j.j5- ��������� _������������������,_,       f*frl������i������ f-S ts awu  I   NS,*������^I^IH_fi^^8^       ������KI> tlu wntek, w.lth  ^���������flaSBB^*^ S������*r������nU<4 Um 7������*rt),  attonU yon fek* __.  ������ot*������������ o( oar niml,  tan oltar.' W������utctt' taa:, to Ull row, blu4s  about ui' and ���������to- _*m th* baaBtltal wauh.  Drra't think thla ofltt too SOOal to ht trn*. k_t ub4  !>5 oenti t.-a_r _nd sain ������ Ftm Witch. __������  will lie iu.\i_eat.���������vriI_,IAM8 A tWTS, W_.les.l_  Jottcllor. l_������st._* 1, K, CorawallU __4, _ua*_. II.  Enthad. . .  af1       l|V__B_K_K_HMMI_B___MM__HV____n_^_  Ontario Veterinary College  Under   tho   control   of  the)  Department    of    Agriculture    of    Ontario.  Established 18.2.  Affiliated     with     the- University "of  - ���������     'Toronto.  ��������� N.B.���������College      will     re-open     bn  Thursday, tlie 1st of October, 1914, ln  the  new   College  Building,   110   University Avenue.  TORONTO, CANADA.  Calendar on Application.  E. A. A. Grange, V.S., M.S., Principal  Very Different From the Ancient City  In Its Oriental Sitting  Probably., no modem city is moro  disappointing to the expectant traveller than is Jerusalem.- .Ve think of it  in its ancient glory. We picture to our  imagination the' magnificent temple  with its golden roof and the other  great buildings of the hill' of Zion.  We read of its being the rendezvous iu  passover times of a million pilgrims,  and we naturally think of it as an  enormous city, comparable to London  or New York of the present day., We  think of it- in its oriental setting of  2,000 years' ago, but as we approach in  a modern railway, train and climb the  steep ascent which leads to the city  behind an American engine our illusion disappears.  At last the guard calls out "Jerusalem," and we disembark a��������� mile from  the city, get into a rickety modern  hack, which has evidently.done duty  in some more civilized community and  are bounced over the rough roads and  the intolerable cobblestones within  the .gates, until at last wo aro landed  at our modern hotel, so different from  tho khan of ancient times.  And here our disillusion has only begun. ��������� The city of which wo read as  accommodating 1,000,000 guests on tho  feast day could hardly today entertain  1,000 strangers within its walls,. and  since a multitude of pilgrims come  every year from Russia and Italy and  France and Germany, these nations  have erected .great hotels outside the  walls for the accommodation of pilgrims.  But these, fine and even' magnificent  as they are, take us not back to the  Jerusalem of 2,000'years ago, but tell  us only of tho modern city, where half  a dozen great nations are building  these hotels nnd hospitals in order to  gain political and commercial advantage and patiently awaiting the time  when they can oust from his possessions the Turk, who has so long1 held  sway within the sacred city.���������Christ-  Ian Herald.  Smoke That Goes up the Chimney Is  Fuel Thrown Away  For the benefit of any one who may  not see the analogy between a robbed  coal pile and a smoking chimney it  may be briefly and simply explained.  The visible part in smoke ia nearly  all carbon, either as soot or cinder,  and carbon is the principal combustible part of coal���������i.e., the useful part,  the part capable of yielding heat Car-,  bon completely burned forms an invisible gas, carbon dioxide; therefore  whenover the gases from a stack show  black they contain carbon, which indicates that complete combustion has  not taken place in the boiler furnace.  In other words, all of the available  heat, ln the coal has not been realized.  It is the same as though the corresponding part of the. coal fed into tho  furnace has been thrown away, for,  although it has passed through the  furnace, it has been thrown away up  the stack beyond recovery. Is this,  then, so very different from robbing  the coal pile?  The owner who through ignorance  allows,conditions to exist which are  not favorablo to the most economical  operation of his boiler furnaces, although he is unwittingly robbing himself, is nevertheless stealing from his  own coal pile.���������Power.  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  ll  w__niM������roif'  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  SiiiniuliiiiR Deuer llian linen and big  ���������IiiimiiIi'Y bill.-' Wash u with soup and  wiiiisi All stores or direct.- Stale style  .ami sue. Kor *. 5c we will mail you  THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OF CANADA,  Limited  58 Frailer Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  TYPHOID  Ia no more necessary  than Smallpox, Army  experience bas demonstrated  the almost miraculous efficacy, and harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.  Be vaccinated NOW by your Physician, you and  your family. It Is more vital than houso Insurance.  Ask your physician, dmcclst, or send for "Have  you had Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vaccine,  results from use, aud dancer from Typhoid Carriers,  THE CUTTI.R LABORATORY, BERKELEY, CAU  rtODUCIN* VACCINE! ������ tltllU* UNDER li  9, OOV, UCINIg  CANADA'S SURPLUS WHEAT  (Estimates Place Heme Requirements  at Slxty-Flvu Millions  The Monoutry Times  ins obtained  ������������������tlie following estimates of the wheat  .crop  iu  Canada and of the requlr.-  .inents of the country, The figures Iiuv.  i'ii! obtained from one of tlie best  posted millers in the Dominion; Wheat  crop of  western  provinces,  135,000,-  ifliHi busliels; of Ontario and othor parts  of Canada, .0,000,000.    Total Canndinn wlie.it crop,   355,000,000   bushels.  .Average consumption by population of,  .say, eight inlllionn at flvo busliels por  year,' -10,000,000;  required fo- BOed, 20,-  .uo.OOO;   required for" feeding, 5,000,-  imii).    Total  homo requirements,  (IB,-  .000,000 bushels.    I.xportub'.o surplus,  110,000,000 bushols.  Complete In Itself, Mother Graves'  "aVoriii lO.vtnrniinntnr does not require  tlio ii8ni���������tniico of any other medicine  to make it effective It does not fall  to do Its vork.  Quite Successful  A well known l.ngliHh bishop, an ho  wiih going about his illocoso, .topped  lhe piirlor of a lunatic, aiiylimi, and  nuked how a chaplain whom lie, the  blahnp, had liitoly appointed, wuh  gotilug on,  "Ch, my lord," mild tho man, " 'Ih  prt'iii'liliig Ih moHt" succi'hhI'uI. Tho  hlilluiH ' enjoys it purtlcltlor!"  Life's Little Sorrows  " "Hlfh womnn have no mil JoyR."  "No; tho Bloros novor havo a clonr-  .nnri������ sale of dlnmond necklaces."���������  Louisville Courier-Journal.  Sure of Herself  "Do you think," nsked the widower,  "you could lean to lovo my chlldron  ut you ��������� ould If thoy woro your own?"  uu, yes,' rttpji... tuo iiiixious timid-  :-u. "3*l)i!���������li 3 ihoi'h. I'ni'v ...wc far  tliem really than If thoy woro my own,  hecauso I shouldn't havo to wor:y bo  much about them if thoy got hurt or  -worn nick."���������Chicago Kccurd-tlorald.  The Solidarity of the Empire  The most astounding fact in this  striking manifestation of Imperii51 solidarity, is its spontaneity and its unanimity. And this spontaneity, which  has demolished in, a mouicnt tlie  theories opposed to the principle of  imperial unity, has shown the solidity  of the bond which unites the varied  parts of the empire. All the citizen*  of the empire today realize that there  exists between them a solidarity of interest which all have a Juty to de-.  fend in equal measure.���������La Patrie.  Queen's Treasures  Among the specially treasured .personal belongings which always go  vith tho queen from one royal residence to another, are- a Bible and a  shawl, both wedding presents from  the late Mrs. Gladstone. Altogether  there are some thirty articles on the  list, Including ten photographs of  different members of the royal family.  ���������*��������� Mlnard's~Linh7:e"nt"Reiieves_Neural-  gia.  Very Restive  The Caller���������You say that your son  dislikes tho country and wants to go  to the city. Does he seem very restive at home? ���������  Mrs. Tungtwist���������Yes; he's awful  restive. , He ain't done nothln' but  rest since he graduated from college.  ���������Princeton Tiger.  The Tourist (spending a week-end  ln the village, to the oldest inhabitant)���������Well, I don't know what you  do hero. It's certainly tho>most dead-  and-alive show I was ever in.  The Oldest Inhabitant-���������Ah, you  ought to wait till next week, zur, and  zee how the place 'ull be stirred up  then.  The Tourist���������Why, what's on noxt  week ?  The Oldest Inhabitant���������Ploughln*.���������  Sketch.  . The Grenadier Guards, in which  the Princo of Wales now holds a  commission, Is tho premier regiment  of the Foot Guards, though It ts not,  of course, tho oldnsL, an honor claimed by the Coldstreams, The Grona-  dlors, howovor, hnvo boon In existence for just ovor two centuries nnd  a half, having been formed as a  bodyguard for Charles IT, The regiment has tho King as its colonol-ln-  chief, whllo tho Duke of Connuught  is its colonel,  Corns Between the Toes  or on tho solos of the foot, can bo  curod br a fow applications of Putnam's Corn llNtractor. which nets painlessly, quickly and with c.irtnlnty. The  tronnlno "Putnam's" always cures. Try  lt.  The young man had Just been accepted. In hriH rapture ho exclaimed,  "Hut do you think my lovo I am good  onotigh for you?"  Ills strong-minded flnncno looked  stonily nt hlni for a moment and ropliod "Good onotigh for mo? You'vo  got to bo I"  "I aril convinced," snid Mrs. Twlck-  niibiiry, "that wn Hhnnld snvo largely  on dentist's bills lf wn should buy  each of the chlldron one of those new  pyrotechnic toothbrushes."���������Christian  Ilogliitor.  fTry Murine Eye  Remedy  (f you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyei  Or Granulated Eyelldt. Don't 8mirt���������������  Booth*. Eye Pain, DruggliU Sell Mi>  rlne Eye Remidy, Liquid, 2Sc��������� 60c. Mu.  rlne Eye 8j.Iv. In Aseptic Tubes 26c,  60o.   Eye Book Free by Mall.  At tt* T������ilr (W It' AD tin thi Uni Car*  MURINE EYE REMEDY CO., Chicago*.  First Artist���������Tho umbrella -ou lent  mo?   I havo lent It to a friend.  Second Artist���������That Is vory awkward. Tho man who lent It to my  friend lolls mo that tho owner wants  It.���������Lo Hire,  One- ftay nt whnnl . .will T.nln wnn  callod upon to oxplnln the difference  between cllmato nnd weather.  "Climate," answered tho littlo miss,  "Iu what wo hnvo with us all tho  timo, but woather only lasts a fow  ,1"ivn "������- Pl.t*.,������/.   V/.,,���������  "Oh, thank you!" exclaimed an  elderly woman to a laborer, who surrendered his seat in a London bus.  "Thank you very much."  "That's orl right, mum," was the  rejoinder.  As the woman,sat down the chivalrous laborer said:  "Wot I sez is, a man never crt to  let a woman stand. Some men  nover gets up unless.,she's young and  pretty; but you see, mum, it don';  make no difference to me."  Its Virtue Car.not be Described.���������  No one can explain the subtle power  that Dr. Thomas' Bclectrlc Oil possesses. . The originator was himself  surprised' by the wonderful qualities  that his compo.nd possessed. That he  was the benefactor of humanity is  shown by the myriads that rise in  praise of this wonderful Oil. So familiar is everyone with It that it is  prized as a household medicina every-  yhere.  The Size of the Waves  The most experienced sons of the  sea are apt to have very.exaggerated  ideas of the size of towering waves  which break ovor the vessels during  sea storms, and frequently waves art,  reported as having reached an almost  Impossible height. As a matter of fact  it is extraordinary for a wave to attain a height of seventy feet, while  the average size of great waves is considerably less. Tho mountainous seas  often encoun'jred by liners in the  North Atlantic usually measure about  forty feet, though' the upward-shooting, ' quick-falling water attains a  greater altitude. The big waves of the  North Pacific rarely measure more  than thirty feet,.while the highest  wave ever met by an Australian-bound  liner in the South Pacific reached fifty  feet. The .Mg waves of :nl l-ocean are  much larger than thoso encountered  elsewhere, and it is very rare that a  height of even twenty fe'ot is reached  by a wave in tho Mediterranean.  The Bench and the,Bar  Sir Edward' Carson, the eminent  lawyer, and leader of the Ulster covenanters, is usually very 3erious in  demeanor, but he is a master in the  art of making witty and telling retorts.  During one'case in which he, appeared, he had more than one passage of  arms with the judge, who finally drew  attention to a discrepancy between  the evidence by two of Sir Edward's  principal witnesses, one of whom was  a carpenter and the other a publican.  "That's,so, my lord," Instantly retorted Sir Edward. "Yet another case  of difference between the bench and  the bar!"  r.  "Do you play any Instrument, M  Jimp?"  "Yes, I'm n. cornetlst"  "And   your sister?"  "She's a pianist."  "Does your mother p'lay?"  "She's  a  zitherist."  "And your father?"  "He's a pessimist."���������Ladies' Homo  Journal.  Whist  An acquaintance of Talleyrand onco  remarked to him that he did not think  it worth his while to learn the game  of whist. Talleyrand's roply has bee.i  remembered until this day; "Not  know whist, young man? What a dis-  mal old ago you aro preparing for  yourself!"  "Is this train running on time?"  "I .hould say so," answered the conductor. "It can't run nny other way.  The company has had to get so many  extensions of credit that the whole  road is running on timo."���������Washington Star.  Mother (sternly)���������Young mnn, I  want to know just how uorlous nro  your Intentions toward my daughter  Daughter's Voice (somewhat agltat.  ed)���������Mamma! mamma! Ho's . ot the  one!���������Puck,  "Well, mndnra, Is your husband out  of danger?"  "It Isn't quito suro;  tho doctor Is  coming again."���������Lo Hire,  One Consolation  First Photographer���������You   woro rejected yesterday, weren't you?  Second Ditto���������Yos, hut   got n clear  negative���������Columbia Jester.  FOOP FACTS  What an  M,D. Learned  W. H. U. 1010  An Alternative  Passenger���������Do I hnvo to chango  cars In Chicago?  Kxcesslvoly Pollto Conductor���������Not  necessarily, madam. You can go back  to Now York If you wnnt to.���������Lifo.  When a clergyman announced that  there mou... In' u luve In ihn church  au old holy whin pored (lint sho knew  tho party to whom he referred.���������Tit-  11114.  A prominent Georgia phvslclnn went  Ihrough a food oxpnrlonco which ho  makes public.  "It was my own oxporleiifo ihiit first  led mo lo mlvumlo Grnpn-N'iiiH food  nnd 1 also know, from having pi-p.  scrlho.I It to coiivnlo'iconiH ami otlu-r  weak patients, that thn food |H n wo*.,  dorful rcbullder and restorer of norvo  and brain tissue, iih woll ns muscle  It Improves tlio dlgcitlon and sick  patients gain vory rapidly, JuhI iih I  did ln strength and weight,  "I wan In such a low utate that I  had to glvo up my work ontlroly, nnft  went to the mountains of this slate,  but two months thoro did not liiiprovo  mo; In fact, I wnn not quito hh well as  whon I loft home,  "My food did nnt. sustain mo nnd  lt become plain that I must chango.  Thon T lior-nn to nio Onno.Viifn trmA  and In two weeks I could walk a in Ho  without u.ihui:; inn. in rivi* oititti returned lo my hoini and iinicth.'o, i^.  Ing up hard work again Slnro tin*  timo I hnvo fo'.t iih woll and strong  ns I ovor did In my lifo.  "As :. physio in who pocks to lu.it.  Ill) fiiiltoron, 1 ffiriHli.fr n ;i r'f11rv lo  :mnk*. thoi-n facts public." Namo giy#.n  by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor.  Ont.  Trial 10 days of Grapo Mills, when  regular food iIoor not teem to sustain  tho body, works wonders. "There's a  Ylonton."  Look in pkrH. for tho famous littlo  bonk, "Tho Ttnnd fn Wollvlllo"  Ev������r rfad the above* l*t������fr? A new  one iipneJirs ffim time to time. Th. y  tre f-rnuine, tri,e, and full ef human  Interest.  A Suggestive Guess  Bishop Ingram, Lord Bishop of London, England, has a pleasant habit of  chattlug with anybody he. may meet  (luring his walks. Ono day In tho  country he came across a lud who  was looking after some,pigs, by, the  roudslde, and the bishop paused to  ask him what he was doing, that being  his usual opening to conversation:  "Molndln" swolno," the ladj replied,  stolidly,  o  The bishop nodded his head  thoughtfully.  "Ah. is that so?" he commented.  "And how much do you earn a week?"  "Two shillings," was the reply.  "Only two shillings?" remarked the  bishop. Then he continued, pleasantly, "I, too, ain n shepherd, but I get  more than two shillings."  The lad looked at him suspiciously  for a minute, then he said, slowly:*  "Mebbe you gets more swoirie nor  me to moind."  Survivor of Siege of Lucknow  The death has just taken place at  Edinburgh of Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson, who was one of the few remaining lady survivors of the siege of  Lucknow. At the time of this stirring event in history; Mrs. Anderson's  husband, Dr. Thomas Anderson, who  was a son of Mr. Thomas Anderson,  for many years secretary of the Na-  ational bank, was a medical officer in  India, and was stationed at Delhi.  Mrs. Anderson was on a visit (,) Lucknow -when the mutiny broke out, and  sho remained in tlio beleaguered city  for nine months, and she used to recall that she was present in the taik;  liana, or cellar, to which Europeans  went to escape the heat, immediately  underneath the room to wliich Sir  Henry Lawrence was taken when the  distinguished general fell.  A New Cure For Warts  Dr. Felix Szontagh of Budapest recommends a new and simple method  of treating warts.   It' consists' in covering the wart and the surrounding  skin.--to the __idth_oI_one c.entim.eta.r.  with ordinary caoutchouc plaster and  leaving it so covered for weeks���������even,  if necessary, for two or three months.  Whenever the plaster becomes loo������e  it must be removed and replaced by  a new piece. As a.rule, tho plaster is  to be changed onco in three or four  days.  Any adherent resident of the caoutchouc is to be, removed with elher or  gasoline,' care being taken that the  wart or the surrounding skin shall not  be rubbed energetically, because irritation of tho skin is not conducive to  the disappearance of the wart. Doctor  Szontagh says that, ho cannot explain  the action of this simple mothod, and  how it produces such'excellent results  from the cosmetic point of view, but  It is certainly efficient. Perhaps the  cnouchouc contnlns some substance  which softens the wart and cause,  atrophy.���������Lancet,  England is the holder of the world's  supply of tin. and the tremendous advance In the price of that metal, since  war made demands upon it, the printers are feeling the increnscs In tho  ooRt of alloys ure.i for linotype, mono-  lino and other linos of typo.  Of all tho associations of Llogo  nono enn 'io rocnllod nt the present  llmo with a moro genuine thrill of  satisfaction thnn the memory of John  Cnckorlll. tho Englishman /ho founded the groat Iron nnd armament, works  which give the, city Ut modern industrial Importance. Llogo !ias glvon his  nnmo to one of Its principal quays, thai  neighboring Sornlng oomnioiiinriilos  lilm by n'miluto, and all nelginin would  toont.lo hnvo udoptod lho nnlorprlHlng  Briton's watchword, which' win "Cou ������������������  ago to the last."  British siiHiirs hnvo, on tholr uniform a perm-Inn] reminder nf tlm  niivy'H glorious past. Ilinuitli nnt  ovory ono wonrs thom knnWH Hint  lho thro1*1 rnwR of while t.ipo round  lho odgliig of the bluo collar mid tlio  black silk sonrf knotted in front nre  links with N'ols-on, Tho whlto topis  onminoniornlo Ni'I.oii'h iuohI .nnnim  vtoliivloH������������������Cniionliiijron, tho Mio, nnd  Trafalgar--mid o .onrf Ih a token  of pornotunl mmmlng for tho [.'rent  admiral, minuted RtwinlnneniiBly hv  his Hennien thomsolvoH, and ..'.allied  ovor hIiipo. >,  REMINGTON  ARROW-N1TROCLUBV,  i  andlheNewReminfflon '|_  SHOT SHELLS,  r*jr  7/A  '0s  ikzr  ARROW  AND NITRO CLUB  "   Everybody calls them "Tho Spaed Shell*,"  for short.  Steel Lined, all the explosive force kept back  of the shot. No side expansion. A straightaway  blow that gets the load there quick.  You take a shorter lead oa the fast birds���������gel  more of them.  To get the Speed Sheila be mire to seo the Red _"__  .   Mark of Remington-UMC on evcry box.  . /      Also nsk for tho "Reminijton," our new low priced  '   _ smokeless shell,'mude for the mnn who needs to'coa-  'sider price rather than extreme refinement,  To keep your cun cleaned and lubricated ri������ht, ns*  Rem 0(1, the new powder solvent, rust preventative,  and (run lubricant.  Remington Armi-Uniou Metr-IIio Cartridge Co.  Windsor, Ontario  No Increase in the Price of������������������  Cowan's Perfection Cocoa  To reassure bur customers and the T ade generally in the face of  so many advances and rumored advances in the cost of food products,  Tea, Coffee, etc., we have decided to announce definitely that there  will be no advance in price of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA  in5-lb., 1 -lb., >.-lb., J/(-h. and IOc. t. 3, between now and Christmas,  Further than this we cannot look ahe;..d.  We believe it to be the duty of all Canadian. Manufacturers to do  their utmost during the present crisis to show their belief in the underlying  soundness of Canada's commeicia. conditions.' This announcement is  made in face of the fact that the Cowan Company have had to pay an  advanced price for some of their raw materials; bu! it is believed that ,  increased demand from Atlantic to Pacific, because of falling foreign  imports and embargos on teas and coffees, will offset other conditions  and enable our largely increased factory, to run full time with full or^  increased staff at full wages. '    . .     '   '  The Cowan Company, as manufacturers of an article of unusual  food value, are sincerely anxious to do their share in allaying anxiety  as to employment, wages and food supplies. "���������  Do You Realize the Food Value  of COCOA and CHOCOLATE?  a) "���������'  Cocoa and Chocolate are foods as staple as flour.   Cocoa is not,  a luxury, but a staple necessity of life, and, considered from the standpoint of its valu_ as nourishment in concentrated form pure Cocoa at ,  50c. a pound is a most economical food. ..  The food value of Cocoa and Chocolate has been recognized for  many years in Great Britain and Europe. The highest medical authorities have made the statement lhat Cocoa and Chocolate are the most  sustaining of all foods in concentrated form. European soldiers almost  universally carry Chocol .te in their kits as an emergency ration in case  of food shortage, ir fatigue \_ forced marches, and viewed from this  Btandpoi; t the late Que n Victoria's gift lo her soldiers in South Africa,   'ia^e"s~on"T"n^v^igTlficaTrce^ "      ~        ' . .  ���������   ������  We al. ppreciate Tea and Coffee, but, after all is said, these  tare: -ges are m eiy pLa._nt, slightly stimulating drinks, with little or  no 5ocd vl e. Co an s Ferf ction Cocoa, on the contrary is a splendid  rood as well as drink, ..nd a delightful drink as w.ll as food.  Cowan's Perfection Cocoa is sold by airGrocers  In 51b, lib, 3.1b, Klb, ancl in 10c. tins.  306  THE   COWAN   COM PANY,   LIMITED  H. N. COW'ANj President.  :*v.^-!^;^  NEW MARKET FOR LIVE STOCK  Tho only Public Owned Stockyard .n Cumuli..  SHIP   YOUR   CATTLE,   HOGS,   SHEEP   TO   REGINA    ,  Competitive Buying,,Fair WeiRhts, Highest Prices, Good Accommodation.  For Information write to tlio  INDUSTRIAL COMMISSIONER, CITY HALL, REGINA  Tho Now Llvo Stock .Market.  Guard   the  rising   generation   by   using   always  in the home  EDDY'S "SES-QUI" NON-POISONOUS MATCHES .  Positively harmless to children, even if accidentally  swallowed, because the composition with which the  heads are tipped, contain no poisonous ingredients  Got n Bnrpnln  "I Ii.k. my fortune lold tlm   o|li.<r  tiny," hiM nni' womnn,  "Wlmt u wnstn of monoy!" mild Hie  other, ,  "Xnt nt nil, I rhvo .1... women r.u  conlfi, and kIii' Informed nio tlmt I nm  (o Inherit Sl'.n.iii.n. Wnwri tlui I. n good  ImrKnln?"*���������Washington Rtnr.  Mlnnrd's Liniment for ������.*ilf������ everywhere.  Wlnnlrq V/.*\y. '  "Wlmt n pathetic t:\o.u lhat young  fellow   Iiph!    IIIh   eyi������H   nemn no re-  firn.ir.lif.il "  "Yi>s. Ii tho lunehrorm wlmro he  worked he milleil In more (Ipr, thnn nil  the other wiiltern f:oiiibl,������e<l,"--('li've-  land Pluln Dealer.  Tlio   Colonel ~ Wd your mon play In  Uio Tarslty football mnteli?  Mr.,. M.   li..'.. ..1 bt'.AA Whv. In- .*.,(���������������,  the Htnr draw bade���������London Opinion,  A trr-nlt mind In lllie % nilcnwi-fipe,!  hlcb   mnrnl"..   trifling tiling",   but.  rRnnnt  rcec-lvo great oiu-t.���������rlicM.r-'  field;   '.,     ���������' i  Whnt Germany Has Sacrificed'  Hy act of war ilerniiiny rut herself  oft' "frnm trade with (treat Hrltuln  thill 111 I!M1 llllioilllleil lo $ls7,0Ut).UOtlj  from I null! with die Itiiiistau einpiro  that In that ."ear roue to ^Slii.OU.MW0,  nud from the French trade, which  van then ,.::iiii,iiiiii,ii("i. (inriiiati ox-  porlM and liupnilH roue from $:i,(.:',i,.  uoii.iiuo lu   inns' io  $t,Ti:i,ooo,(ioo in  HUL'. The HrlllH'. navy aide,' by tin  French fleet Iii the '.Medltorratinau  mid lho siniill liiiPHian Heel I.i tho  Haltlc, has liloi'kadi (1 tlm V.'iKt bulk  nf thin trade entering und departing  In iililps ciirryiui, yearly .uo.OiiO oar-  i'tioii from (leriiian ports, tlio chief of  -,\hlch are Hamburg, Bremen, Stettin,  Alloiina, I.uehecli, Hauzlg mul Warnn-  nieiindn. Of the grenl tiicrennllle navy  which the ilcctH or the Triple Knlento  iirtt   I. ra,!,I In .a- (,i   olif.ral.    ...nf a   '!'._.,   I!,,-.-   .  .iiiarters. belong,, tn thn Oorman null.m, ���������-.\e,\   .on. I ilium,  "Vhy, Mr*. Murphy, yo,i look fju!t_  fefitlvf today,   What'i. tho mattfir?"  "Wot!    'Aven't you 'onrd my Hill  r'r.Tiif.'i  iitti  foilo..*"  "Bul I thought tho judge, glvo him  seven yenrN."  "Yep. but tlwy'ri*. letting Mm out  nearly two yearn earlier cob 'o't bo-  hnveii po well,"  "Lor,' Mi'ia. Murphy, wbat n romfort  It must ho to 'nvo Hitch a good  ���������u ...;.���������,.!"  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i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  I  tf  SOME CAUSES THAT  LED TO GBEftI WARS  INCIDENTS   THAT   BROUGHT   ON  HISTORIC  CONFLICTS  DOGS ?N ALASKA  The Cause of the Present Great World  Struggle Can be Easily Traced, But  All Wars Have Not Had Such an  Apparent Origin���������Notable Cases In  History.  The real cause of the present war  ���������was undoubtedly the anibitloc. of  the German nation, arising from its  well trained and prepared condition.  Directly the cause was the outrageous demand mado upon Servia  , by Austria to permit Servians suspected of complicity in the murder  of Archduke Ferdinand to be tried  in their own land by Austrian officers. Tho involving ot Russia had  been expected, as had also the participation of Germany, who was certain to attack Franco as a precautionary measure, which would call  ln Great Britain to the fray by, a  side wind, viz., the forclblo German  ertry of Belgium. >  But all wars have npt had causes  bo easily traced at tho time, nor so  mis in their intentions.  A man may .start a bit of a row  ln his own home by appearing unannounced with a clean shave after  having worn a. luxuriant hirsute adornment for years, but ordinarily the  trouble does not go beyond his own  door. Louis VT. of France was less  fortunate. A visit to the Royal barber plunged two nations���������France and  England���������into intermittent warfare  which lasted 300 years.  ' According to the story, the Archbishop of Rouen persuaded the king  to remove his board in common  with his subjects. The act led to  so much friction with the queen that  nt last Louis divorced her, to become a few months later the wife  of^Ilenry II. of England. From this  marriage centuries of bloodshed may  be said to have followed.  Iii an' iron cage in the tower of  the cathedral iu Modena, Italy, a  bucket which 900 years ago was the  ennse of a terrible war may be seen  today. Soldiers of Modeua, in a  mischievous mood stole the bucket  from a public well in Bolgona and  refused to return it.' The States  were rivals nnd were jealous of each  other and Ights between soldiers of  the two followed. This' spark kindled a (Ire of war which devastated a  ��������� large part of Europe and led to the  Imprisonment for life ' of the King  of Sardinia, son of the German em-,  peror.  A broken teapot started a' war  ln China 2F.0 years ,ago, '��������� which cost  half a million lives! The teapot was  tho cherished possession of a dignitary hich in favor with the emperor.  When travelling through - a' lawless  . province in the northwest of China  __sonVs=of liig rrfaHniin__Ti/ii() had fallen-  ���������bphind the main body, were, intercepted by a band of robbers,' and among  tho spoils teh teapot was found and>  contomntuouslv thrown on the ground  and broken. The mandarin reported  hi", loss to the emn -cr. a force of  soldiers was sent out, and a long and  terrible war ensued.  Lord Palmerston onc.o said that only,  three men hnd ever' known the ex-  r.ot nnturo of the troubles In Schles-  ' wlg-ITolsteln, which led to two great  wars, Two-of them had died before  tbo wars broke out, and he. the third  of the trinity, nad ooTinietely ft .gotten what It was all about.  Tlio manipulation by Count Bismarck, then Prussia's. 'Foreign Mln**  Ister, of a telegram set Prussia and  France flying at each' other's throat  ���������In 1S70. Tho French ambassador  went to Ems, where Emnoror Wil  lin ni 1. thon wns, to ask him not to  nt'ivove the ambition of Prince Leopold to becomo tho King of Snnln.  Tho king retired to glvo a doflnlto  answer, hut Princo Anthony of Ho-  hen.ollorn withdrew his scion's candidacy. A roport of tho conference  was submitted by telegram to Count  Bismarck, with authorization to  publish It. Bismarck altered tho  ,nvt, nnd In tho rhangod form gavo  It to tho newspapers nnd through  C'em to Franco, and the Intcrnntlon-  nl.wnr with all Its horrors followed,  vears later BIsmnrck confessed tho  forpiory.  Tho war of tho Spanish succos-  Mon. ln which tho great Duko of  Mnrlborough played a brilliant part,  . wnR said to bo tho outcomo of a  glnRii of water at a ball at tho Till-  lf*-Hf>_ In Paris. Ono of tho court  ladles had oxprensed n wish for a  drink of wntor In tho hearing of tho  Vf'ttnh nnd Spanlnh nmbnRHndorfl,  who hastened to get It for her, Ho-  t-nilng onch wllh a tumblnr, they  found tho fair bird hnd down nnd  wiih dancing wllh a French states-  mnn. Tho English dlplonint necl-  finntnl.v, It Is proRiimnil, hriiRliPil  mrnliiRt tho Snnnlnnl nnd unset tlio  glnsR ho wat cnrrvlng, TIiIh ridiculous Incident InflnniPd Ilio jonl-  oiirIcr of tho nnllnns nnd turned tho  balance In fnvor of wnr.  Tlin Seven Yonre Wnr wat Inrgoly  duo, according lo his own onnfefi-  nlnn, to tho vanity of Frederick Iho  Grout In wnntlng to boo his namo figure largely In tho gnzottoa.  ' Tho RopoyR woro nn!d to havo bo-  llnvnd thnt enrlrldgoi, served nut to  thorn woro grfiiisod with Ihn fnt of  nnlmnlfl, tinclrnn nlllco to Hindu nnd  Molinmmndnn, nnd tho Indian Mutiny  wnn pror.lnltnlod.  Tho Turko-ItiiRRlnn wnr wnn Bald  to havo boon stnrtnd hy tho linmmnr  with which a Hor.egovlan blacksmith  ltlllnil n tax collector who hnd Insulted IiIh daughter,  Thr- ntenllii.iT of n CnnUlo te&y'i)  ]aee piMHcnnt by a Moor lod to mnny  yenro of floret) warfare botwoon tho  Rnnnlnrds and tho Moors. Tlio emptying of a bucket of a Florontlno  cltl7.cn on tho   bond   of a Mllnnono  In Itnly.  Borrowing a tobacco plpo and ful!-  Ing to rotum It klndl.il a civil war  which lasted for yearn among tho  rival races In Pamirs and Afghanis  tan, A dispute nn to thn relative at*  trnoMonn of Bnnlla and vipers nn food  started fifty yars ot fighting between Milan and Pisa.  Carry Great Loads Over Snow That  Would Not Hold a  Tlan  Dogs ar. surely the rttal thing for  "mu. ing" in the cold country. To my  mind they beat reindeer a mile. Most  of them weigh less than 100 pounds,  and they distribute their weight over  their four feet, 30 that they can*trot  over a weak snow crust where a man  would sink out of sight by breaking  through the crust into the soft snow  below. On a good, level, smooth trail  ten dogs can trot along w'th a ton of  freight behind them, and 500' or 600  pounds is a fair, load on poor trails.  A"~ peculiar tiling is that a twelve  foot sled, twenty-two to twenty-four  inches wide, with runners two and one-  quarter inches wide, . bear_i_;,a load  of 600' to 800, pounds, will not sink  through a snow crust that will not  bear a man. This occurs because two  runners two and one-quarter inches  wide and twelve feet long give a large,  area of bearing on the crust. This,  coupled with the motion that keeps  the sled passing over ill the .time,  accounts for the remarkable fact I  am speaking of.  Ono of the greatest dangers in  "mushing" Is encountering ..water under the snow on the river Ice In very  cold weather or breaking through Into  hollow places where the stream has  sunk away from under the ice. This Is  the most dangerous of all, and often  when It happens a man Is frozen to  death before he can get to shelter or  get up his tent and start a fire.���������  B. S. Rodney In Albuquerque Herald.  MANY COMMODITIES AFrECTED  Luxuries Have to be Dispensed With  and  Home  Manufactures Substituted  The war will touch almost every department of commercial life. Every  day reveals some new commodity  whose origin we had forgotten, but  which will now be withheld for some  time. Word comes that, pipes will be  scarce! fcr the meerschaum comes  from Vienna, briar.root from France,  and amber from Germany.  Tt is reported that dye stuffs will be  entirely cut off, as they come' from  Germany. The supply of drugs wiil  i.o seriously affected also. Linoleum  will ho hard to obtain, because the  workers in Dundee, have gone to join  the colors. The supply of burlap will  *->e rpstrict.d, as the Dundee manufacturers of farlap are dependent upon  India for the jute, which is taken to  Dundee in German vessels. The cork  used in the manufacture of linoleum  comes from Snain and Portugal, but  the high insurance on transportation  and, the risk prevents its shipment.  American burlap,' because of Its weave  and size, cannot be utili7fd. for linoleum. Burlap prices have doubled  since the war, aiid are expected to go  still higher.  The lesson manufacturers of each  country will learn is to make their  goods .conform to, certain standard  _ilzes._QR_that_all__ie_gQods_ma(le_ln.  one country canbe used.in that country.  ��������� Food stuffs will,*of course, show a  shortage. As most of the imports  come under the bends of luxuries,  these can be dispensed with very well.  Hieese, wines and meats can he replaced In' this country although, on  account of conditions of growth and  rlnoning, each country secures a flavor  which cannot be duplicated.  WAR   GROWS   MORE   HUMANE  Improvement    in Arms and Hospital  Accommodation Is Responsible  In'' the American civil war eight  soldiers died of disease to one from  wounds. Experts expect that In the  present general European struggle not  more than three will fall "Ictim to  sickness to one killed on the field of  battle. So lt is expected that the  present war; the greatest yet in history, also will be the most humane.  There wlll be no disproportionate mortality'list from disease and an army of  cripples a3 an aftermath.  The modern high-power, quick-firing  military rifle and the development in  artillery will have much to do with  the change. Those who die will die  more quickly. Gangrene and infection  will be practically unknown quantities  it is thought.  Before the Russo-Japanese conflict  tlie armies the world over used a  large calibre bullet, made of unsheathed lead and greased to overoomo friction In the barrel. The muzzle velocity  was less than hall that of the missiles  now, employed. Then, too, bayonet and  sabre charges were more common,  These resulted ln hideous wounds,  verv difficult for surgeons to handle.  The bullets which are flying In Europe today are of less diameter than  the ordinary lead pencil. They are  jacketed with nickel, lend or steel and  have tremendous velocity.  The soft, mushrooming bullet of th.  old day resulted in the shattering of  bones and the. crushing, rather than  cutting, of tissues. Infection was nl'  most Inevitable, the grease being especially unsanitary. A wou_d In the  abdomen was considered necessarily  fatal. The .death rate among the  wounded was enormous.  In recent campaigns there, are instances where soldiers shot in what  were once' considered vital snots have  walked unsupported to the Qeld hospitals.  ET  S1NESS E  THE WEST WILL  BENEFIT  FROM  PRESENT CONDITIONS  SURGICAL WONDER  Idiot  THE STUDY OF WORDS  It's a  Helpful  Scheme to  Use  Your  Dictionary Every Day  Writing an article "Treasure in  Books," ln the Woman's Home Companion, Laura Spencer Porter gives  the followinjg excellent advice about  the advantages to be gained from the  study of words:  "The study of words���������it may sound  to you a dry thing, yet I promise you  It Is not; "very far from it.  "And this brings me to suggest that  the habit of one of the great writers  of studying carefully from a good dictionary five words each day is one  from which we might all of us get a  good deal of profit. Or take a good  book of synonyms, for Instance, and  learn from it each day five words  somewhat similar, comparing, and  weighing carefully the meanings and  values of them. ������������������  ' "Notice the degrees of force ln the  following: To dislike, to hate, to  loathe, to detest, to abhor. Each note  .st_.uck_ls_a_little_str_onger,._h_lglier,_w_e  High Prices For Grain Will Help the  Farmers, and Every Lineof Activity  Will be Stimulated���������Slogan of tho  West Should be to Stand Loyally  Together.  Western Canada occupies aomost  favorable position at the present time.  While Europe is in the throes of a  gigantic war such as the world has  never before witnessed, there is peace  within our own borders. By reason  of the present conditions, the farmers  of the west will benefit. A better  price will be secured for grain and all  farm produce, and when the farmer,  benefits the whole west will share.in  his prosperity. Because of the partial  suspension of trans-oceanic trade,,tho  industries ot Canada will be stimulated to supply our home demand.  Goods that have heretofore been Imported from Germany and, elsewhere  will be produced and manufactured lu  Canada. ,  Now is tho favorable timo for the  expansion of business opportunities,  and now. moro than ever before is the  time for the people . of the western  provinces as well as the. whole of  Canada to stand loyally together. By  supporting our local merchants we are  contributing to the welfare cf our own  community and keeping the money in  our own town and district. We should  go further, and "buy only goods that  are manufactured ln our own town or  province in preference to competing  lines of goods. While the west is ;��������� rim-  arily a ...rain producing country, and  agriculture will no doubt always be  the chief Industry, there are many  other industries already established,  which if loyally and consistent.y supported by the.western people, will, in  time, contribute immensely to the  general wealth and importance of the  west. Many lines, of food products  are being manufactured'in the principal cities from Winnipeg to Vancouver, and if we insist on-. demanding  from our local merchant only those  articles which are manufactured In  the west In preference to the import-,  ed, and often-times inferior articles,  we will be contributing to one of the  .factors that Is bound to assist the  Canadian west is gaining the great  commercial importance to v which she  is destined to attain.  It is not a time to talk of hard  times and money stringency, but rather to assfime a hopeful attitude, being  firm in the conviction that .ours Is a  country ric'.i in natural resources and  peopled with men who can by determination and industry overcome,temporary difficulties,- and seize the opportunities for business expansion  that are thrust upon us by reason of  the .present world-wide disturbances.  Child   Made   Sound . by   Organ  , Transplanation  Dr. Serge Voronoff, the well-known  Paris surgeon, 'is said lo have succeeded in grafting a monkey's tryroid  gland (a gland whose functions are  unknown, saddled' upon the larynx  and windpipe), on a child suffering  from cretinism, and effecting a radical cure. (Cretinism is a state of  imperfect mental development," or  Idiocy).  Dr. Voronoff described the case  before the Paris Academy of Medicine. It was unanimously regarded  as opening a new path in constructive surgery, rich in discoveries,  which will diminish human suffering.  The child, aged fourteen years, waa  attacked when eight by myxedema  (atrophy of the thyroid gland) as a  sequel to scarlet fever, and ever after  has presented all the' symptoms o������.  severe cretinism.  Dr. Voronoff, ln the presence ot  nineteen doctors, grafted to the child's  nock the right lobe of the thyroid  gland of a large baboon.  ��������� The child has since continued to  grow rapidly In body and mind.  While formerly apathetic and silly,  sho <   now turbulent and sharp.  This is the first timo that grafting  of an organ from an animal to a  human being has been accomplished  with success,  A number of previous attempts  wore made by pr. Alexis Carrel, of  the Rockefeller Institute, of New  York, but all failed.  It Is believed that the operation  may become common, and that numbers of cretins and imbeciles now  leading a purely vegetative existence  may be transformed into useful members of society.  IHE VALUE OF OUR  S  FIRST   ROADS   WERE   MADE  FOR  MILITARY   PURPOSES  A clever man turna jrrcat trouble*  Into little ones, and'little ones Into  none at all.���������Chinese Proverb.  Maxims of the Great Nanoleon  Tho following are some maxims of  the great French soldier, Napoleon  Bonaparte:  "Unltya of command Is a first necessity of war,"  "Love Is the, occupation of the Idlo  man, tho distraction of the warrior,  the stumbling block of tho sovereign."  "A groat captain ought to say to  himself several times a day: If tho  enemy appear on my front, my right  or my loft, what should I do? If ho  finds hlmsolf embarrassed, he Is ill  posted."  ' "When a king Is said to bo a kind  man, the reign Is.a failure."  "Tloart! How do you know whai  your" heart is? It Is a'bit of you  crossed by a big vein ln which tho  blood goos quicker when you run."  "Tho heart of a statesman should  bo In his head." '  "High tragedy Is tho school of groat  mon. It is tho duty of sovereigns to  encourage and sprend it. Trngody  warms tho soul, rnlHOR th heart, can  and ought to creato lioroes,"  "Blooding ontorfl Into tho combination of political medlclno."  "Tho vlco of our modorn Irtntltu-  Hour Is Hint thny hnvo nothing which  apponlR to tho Imnglnatlon, Mnn enn  only he governed through Imnglnatlon.   Without It ho it. a hrnto,"  "ConscriptInn Is. tho otornnl root of  a nation', purifying Its morality and  framing nil Ih lmbltH."  "I rognrd myself an probnbly tho  moRt dnrlng mnn In wnr who has  nvnr existed."  "Lovo of country la tlio first virtue  of civilized mnn,"  "Thoro nro only two nations���������Enst  and West."  Whistler as a Courtier  Most of tho HtorloH of, WhitUlor aro  rather "wuhjiIbIi," but ono recalls a  story that shows lilm lu tho iglit rather of,a graceful courtier,  It hnpponod that tho thon Princo of  Wulon paid a visit to an exhibition of  pictures thnt wan hold by nn art society of which Whlstlor, was tho president. Whlstlor received tlio princo ri  lho door, nml ns thoy ontorod tho gal-  lory his royal highness askod:  '���������What In tho hlfllory of y  cloty, Mr, Whlstlor?"  "Sir," ropliod tho artist with n court-  ly bow, "ita history begin, today!"  your si>  The Dlflgeat Talker In the House  Mr. Lloyd George, tho Chancellor  of tho Exchequer, la   tlio   groatost  talkor In tho British Parliament,  Tho chancellor spoko 170 columns  ,, ii,.,,    .it,    .'*, ..       ..  Uk        Uuuil la,,        Vtul.ai    <a..v>    a.mi������_     Ullll-  ifltor comos sixth down tho list with  108 columns, Tha member who  nuked tho most qtiOBtlona wns Mr,  Fred Hall, of Dulwlch, who put SCO.  In ono sort of contoat Mr, Frod  Hall lo anally boaton by Mr. Will  Thorno, tho Socialist Tho ordinary  rato ot oponklnirAt 100 to 160 worda  a minuto. Mr. Will Thorno puts  hia Questions to the government at  Uio rato of about 600 words a mln  uto.  m mero  might say, like an ascending crescendo  scale. So. to-instruct, to teach, to  educate, are each quite - different in  meaning, with a great nicety of difference. So, rebuke, reprimand, censure, blame, are all of one color,  hut of how different shades of meaning. So, too, misfortune, calamity, disaster; so weak, feeble, decrepit, and  what delicate difference between fame  and renown or feminine and womanly and womanish,"  United States Fruit and the War  ' Continuation of the general war in  Europe will hurt the fruit growers of  tho United States. Figures compiled  by the U.S. department of commerce  show that In the year ended, Juno  30 fruits amounting to $33,000,000  wore shipped abroad, The greater part  of theso products were consumed iu  tho countries now at war,  There has been r. growing demand  In Europe for these, particularly oranges, apples and dried fruits, which  have commanded good prices,  Apples are the most popular Imported fruit In forolgn markets. Green  or ripe apples sent abroad from tho  States last year brought $0,600,000,  whllo dried npplcs brought a total of  $2,70,000. rrunes, which aro popular  aB a doHsort on forolgn tables, broughc  $-l,GG0,000. Dried apricots sent abroad  woro worth $1,040,000, whllo tho exports ln raisins amounted to $1,000,-  000.  Canned fruits have found an Increasing market nnd peoplo In the old  world lnst yenr paid $-1,900,000 tor  thom,  California nnd Florida ornnges find  larger markets In Europo ench yonr.  Tho total snlo ln������t yonr amounted to  $.1,825,000, ub ngnlnst $3,000,000 In tho  previous yenr. Pears alone shipped  from thlH country brought $1,103,000,  KuroponiiH pnld $717,000 for borrlos  of various kinds and nonrly $3,000,000  for vurioim kinds of iinclas.lllod  fruits.  Wnr Secretary Sleeps  With  Job  Grim its war news In, It lb not without Its lighter sido of ntiuiHl'iig Incl-  dontH, oddities nnd ronuu.co.  Lord Kltchonur's ilrst question  whon ho ontorod tho wnr office, to  tnko up IiIb now post, bo It is said In  tho Sporting Chronicle, wiis nddroHS-  ml to tho porter, "la th.ro u bud  horo?" ho fiHkod.  "No, my lord," ropliod tho portor,  "Get one," Raid Lord Kllehcnor "I  may bo horo for (.onto llmo."  And It Is Rnld ho hns hoan ontlng  nnd Bleeping, nn well at working, In-  flldo tho wnr offlco nlmost ovor sinco.  8trathcona'������ Romantlo Marrl..(je  Tho ninrrlngn of Lord Strathconn  wnn a romnnro Ho mot fho Indv  whon ho was twonty-nlno nnd living | naval'  About Bananas  Philadelphia's yearly imports of  bananas reach. 6,000,000 bunches a  year, with a value of considerably over  $4,000,000. .iSo important is the trade  that special steamers are run f.'om the  Caribbean to Philadelphia and other  north Atlantic ports. The great fruit  companies own huge plantations In  the West Indies and virtually control"  the output, of Independent growers.  "During the height of the banana season, from May 1 to about October 1,  six fruit steamers arrive in Philadelphia port every week. Threo of  these usually belong to the United  Fruit Company, two to the Atlantic  Fruit Company and one,to the Cuneo  Importing Company. Each ship has a  capacity for about 30,000 bunches.  Tho fruit Is picked when green nnd  carefully packed ln straw in the holds  of tho ships, It slowly ripens during  tho voyngo to-the city. Much of the  cargoes aro sold In advance of the  ship's arrival. When the vessel docks  long lines of teams aro found waiting  at the wharvos, ready to lond up and  mako way for the newcomers. '  Plillndolphln, Now York nnd Boston  supply tho market as far west as Chicago. New Orleans, tho great banana port on the coast, supplies nil  west of that point and the Mississippi  valley and south. The fruit that Is  shlppiyl away from Philadelphia Is  packed In rofrlgernlor cars r.nd hauled  by fast freight to tho point of destination.  Bunches of bnnnnas nro graded according to "hnndfl," Tho hands nr.  lho fnn-shiiped groups of bannnnn on  ���������ho control stnlk. Thero nro about  (ll'lnen hummus on onch hand./ Tho  hunclioR nro doslgnatod nB "hIxos," or  Hlx-hnnd biinclins, "snvnnR," ''eights,"  nnd "nlneR," 'Ho latter Include all  biiiiflioH from nlnn hnndfl up,  Oiilinn l.nnniinfi como In during tlio  Riimninr onlv. Winter bananas como  from .Tnnialcn, Mexico nnd Colombia.  Mont of the hnnnnnfi brought In by  Mm United Fruit Compnny come from  Port Llmon, Hondiirnfl; from Sunto'  Mnrlo, Colombia, nnd a nunnllty from  Jnmalnn. TIioho plnntntlnnn urn verv  large, produro a nnvor-inlllng supply  ,nf tlio rrult nt tho IowpbI pohhIIiIo com*  of production, nnd make ihe hlg rrult  compnnlf'B Independent of tho smnll  ownorn,  Homes For Workers  The outrage of our Amer can cities  is the way we bid for home-seekers,  when we have no homes to offer them,  after we lure them to come. Our factories scour the country for workers,  bring them in, and turn them loose,  to find shelter wherever they can. Our  business organizations offer, bonuses  for new factories, bidding for these  which bring in the largest number of  families. "Another,factory! 100 families! More prosperity!" they announce, in big headlines.  - One , of the saddest sights of the  slums is to see the thrifty wife of the  working man, with her rosy brood of  children, used to country air and sunshine, used to 3pace, privacy, good  surroundings, cleanliness, quiet, shut  up amid the noise and dirt and confusion, in the gloom of the slum. That  Is an,unusual iam.ly that can maintain the sanctity of its home life,  ���������'n the tenements.  The I rave fight may be' made if, the  father ahd mothe/ are spared,' co hold  control," and provide the bread.    But  how manv working men lrf _ur cities,  the records show, fall a pre: to tuber-  "Oosis, tvlioid, pneumonia, and other  "house diseases!"    How many moth-  'ers-arejbeckbn"e"d"from"f.helr"iittie"fa"m~  Hies by the same ghastly finder! Any'  one who will search the records will  find that a startling number of depend -  ent^families become so on   .coount of  death  or prolonged    Illness    of  the  '.rond-winner.  And the children?    ,  The ranks of the denendent ant. delinquent aro recruited���������in what percentage wo ought to know, hut any  nercentnge Is too large���������from the  families of the working men that are  brought Into our cities and dumped Into onr dilapidated old death-traps.  Andso I say that the responsibility  Is upon ,those' wrr Import working-  ������������������'"l1 lo see that there are deceit.  '""or for them when thev come, and  "t to set snares to destroy them anc*  ���������Heir children.���������Albion Fellows Bacon  ���������n The Survey,  EFFECT OF COLOR ON  MIND  ua Um ni.iftt oi Laiir.i.iur. Him wu. i.  widow nnd hnd a littlo son, Tlioro  wan no prloHt or church within 1,000  mlloR nml tho marriage wus a nimplo  contrnct without coromony. It wns for  this ronson thnt whon tho high com-  unBPiii.iit-.r ,i_i.',,iiii. -.. pi-i-r in itiMi n ro-  mnrrlngo wns held to bo necefl.nr nnd  It /ne Bolomnlzcd with tho full rltuni  of tho Church of England. "v o Lab-  rador mnrrlngo wnn, howovor, ratified  by apeclal act of parliament��������� London  Taller.  Revolver Contest of the Natlo-iB  lOuroponn nnd Aniorlcnn mimes com-  prlso tlio list ot -onteatiintB Iu a rocutii  marltaninnshlii contest at '.ho antlpo-  <lu_���������tho uuniial Indoor Uovolvi-r  ClianiplonHhlp Competition of thu  Shanghai Miniature llltlo und Uuvolvur  club, which Ib nfflllatod with thu fcio-  cloty of Mlnlaturo Rifle clubs of Grout  Britain,    To tho  whlto rouldoutB of  ClioYi~1,n|         ,,,, ���������     I ���������     i\,  ,     , ,n,, ,  -'-J ' ^     - ���������**     ������** ������**..������. J     UUU  men who aro ntntlnnnd thorn  Brilliantly Colored Flowers Have Up-  lifting and Joyous Effect  Pooplo to whom certain colors ro-  present sounds or motions have long  beon laughed at, but scientific work  on tho stin's rays is proving them to  have-Justification for their theories.  Red, lt appears, Is tho must excite-  Ing and stimulating ot all colors and  lias a special offect on tho activity of  the brnln. Bluo, which bo many pooplo In an ngo of grent nervous strain  and tension find soothing, In so In  ronllty. Unions you nro In n doproRRod  and melancholy nlato, -lui-bluo cur-  tnlns at your bodroom windows havo  a'bnnolicinl effect, <>npocln!.y If you  fnco south nnd got tho morning nun  Color, indoor]. oRpnclnlly in dowers,  has nn oxtraordlnary effect on tho  mental ,'oiidltlon, Tlio Rl^ut of crimson, pink nnd amethyst 'hndodonil mnn, growing in the open nlr lina a  curiously upllfllng and Joyous ofl'oct,  Toronto Boy Runs the Torpedo Sqund  A Toronto hoy Is commnndor o tho  IlngHhip which lends tlio MiIHhI) lor-  piiilo Biiunilron In tlio North tioa, Ilo  Ih llnrolil -.h'tilKon, who h.is J^t limni  appointed cninniiiiiili.'r of tho Ampul-  trltit, Coi'iiiiiiiidcr Ih'tiison iu a um  nt Mtb, K. O. DiiiiIhoii ot ���������Itiisholnm,"  Diind.'iR street, lie Ih o.io of the  yotiiiROHt mon Jn tho nnvy In uucli a  high position.  Another former Toronto '.ov in the  front Is capt. To.ldy GrnHott,'nephew  of Chief GniBolt, nnd it grnduiito of  the ll.M.C���������Toronto Globe.  The    Romans   Were the Pioneers .������  Road Building, and Abundant Proof  of  Their   Enduring   Quality, is Af-  .   forded In  Roads Now Extant  Because they got over the difticnl1.  ties of levels most easily that way  and on account of the general habit  ot using the waterways as by-waya,  the first roads usually followed alone  the banks of rivers. ,  It Is so today in Canada. II ha.  been the rule In all tho ages. But  although that might answer wtsH,  when the trapper or hunter mad������  chief uso of the roads, it was differ  ont when , armies had to be ^niovcaj,  and moved expeditiously. The short  roads, wide and hard, became necessary.  Because Romo was essentially ������  military nation, tho Romans wci*  great road builders, as haij, been th*  disciplined Persians and Assyrian*  beforo them.  The Roman roads were tho t flrrf  real, highways, and abundant . proctf  of their enduring quality is. afforded by the extensive Temains that  have been found In different p_rte  of the country. ;The Roman engineer,  chose high ground wherever lie conU.  and he built his road high above the-  surface of the land through whic.  ho was marking it. His first' object  was to make a path between twr  points, so that troops could marc*  from ono, to the other, as quickly auA  as easily as possiblo.  The Roman road-makers, therefore, set out with the definite idea,  of making a road from one camp *  military station to another.  The fact the*, the roads which th������  Roman engineer drove through wood  and valley are, even after nineteen-  centuries have passed, so frequently ���������>  found to be In a good state of preservation, speaks volumes for the thoroughness of the workmanship an*  the excellence of tho materials which)  went to their making. Roman met_-  ods of road-making were different  from" those ln vogue today, but were  sound and were well ^carried ont.  First two parrallel ditches were cut,  marking the edges of the propose,  roadway. On the soil 'between Uu  ditches was laid a layer of rubble  stones about 5 inches deep; next _������������������  layer of concrete or stones ralxe.  with lime and 15 inches deep; over  that another 10 inches or so ot .na-.  cleus���������fine pounded matei.al ^mixei  with lime; and finally the top or bach,  which was made of paving stpnes, four  or five inches thick, and 'cemcn������.i  together.  Of course, tho .-method _ of the Roman, road makers varied somewhat  Like the-sensible, practical men they  ���������wererMliey used the i__t.riartK__"  was ready to hand. Thus, In the  chalky soil of '.Kent, sections of the  Roman road show It to have becro  mado of alternat? layers of chalk: -  and ^gravel and flint.' Then agate  when marshy ground had ,to' be  crossed, the_ Romans built a causeway consisting of six strata or layers, based on mar.h mud,' with: piles  about .four feet in length and wood  laid above them.  Tho advent of the stage coach  ���������ahowed the poss'bilitles of nui-kcr  transit, and, Incidentally, the necessity of Improving tlio roads. Although as early as 100.1 an act wair  paRRed authorizing the first toll-gate*  or turnpikes to bo erected, this only  applied to the Great North Road,  and, elsewhere tlio roads were almost  as bad as ever,  Tho rebellion of 17-ff������ gavo a jmtaf  Impulse to tho making of BriUm.  roads for military ns well wh civtt  purnosoR. Tho military vain* ������f  good roads onco realized, tletiHf  nrogrosH wnR mndo In opcn.Y.?? trp  communication between tho dlrTereiv  towns on both sides ot thb border,  Tho extension of tho, turnpike isyv  Cornering Chinese Cgga  England and Rtintiln,   according to  H, Block, of shanghai, a large export'  *; or of Chinese e���������g������, hrvs placed orders  ^������?arr_fi1r^^l_-::^^^*B^,^  Jon the market.  this is ouo ot tho chiof sporting ovonts  uf tho your.  Tho championship gold medal was  won hy Mr. Frocmnn of tho Legion of  I-'rontlorBmon, ,vIiob<, score was .Ol!,  Ono woman, Mrs. A. S, Fiiltortn.. ;i  resident of .Shnrtglial, ontorod tlio con-  tost. Slio mndo a Bcoro of 313, shooting Remington-UMC ammunition, as  did Mr. Freeman. Standard American  ton-ring targets woro used, with iv  bull's-eye targets woro used, with n  20 yards bolnji allowed and tho timo  limit boing on hour. The highest iios-  aiblo score waa 600. Mr. Froarnan outdid his nonrriHt competitor, Out.  Corn, L, Preston-Thomas of H.M.tfi.  Ilrltomart, who haa a reputation an  ono of the best rovolviT shots in tl.o  British nnvy.  The First Revolver  Tho credit or (liHcrcrllt. of -,he In von-  tlon of tho revolver bnlongH to u  SwIhh of Vnllorlio, Jean luirncoln (Jro-  lint, who In 181i fiiHliloni'd, with tlin  collaboration of IiIb boh, tlio Ilrst "hIx-  rlluara'J,-, r*1   ,,..l,|f.l,    ....    ... , I r    .        .  traded Iho nttentlon nf the thon mln-  lHtur. of ItiiKHla at Zurich, Count Capo  d'iiilrlii, who Kent a Hpecfmen revolver  to Cifir Alexnnilrr I. The royal rcc|p|.  ont rewarded the Inventor with a valu-  nliln ring, which It Is to bo proaumed  flrobot pnwnod. for ho itlnd _ .,-,���������.  yonrti later ln povorty.���������I.omJon 'Allograph.  A government wItoIobb alntlon will  Hhortly bo oponml on Valontla Island,  on the sottthwoHt connt of Ireland. It  Iibb boon'constructed by tho wireless  department of the post officii, tho in-  Htalhttlon being suppled by tho  Mnrmnl Com [mny. With ;; range uf  r.iiO tulles, It Ir rlilcfly destined to boon  Atlantic liners in touch with land two  hours longer than Ih possible at pros-  out with the Crcioldiavi'ii statlou.  lem. however, mot with vlolenT opposition from tho populnre, who re-  gnrdod tho toll-bare nB ro many bar-  rlerR to freedom of movoem' t. Dnr-  Inn thn 'fiftloR of thn eighteenth century bodies of nrmod mnn nRRomhW  to dORlrny thn turnniknn nnd hur������  down the IooI-.iouror, Troops bn*  to bo despatched to quell ho disorder.  It Ir a romnrknhlc fart thai ow  of the first nnd most niircoRBfu. of  PrlllRh rond makers wnp n blind man  ���������-John Mntenlf, of KnnroHliorom.h,  who wnn roHpoiiRlhlo for thn rmv  M met Ion. nf over ISO mlloR of rond*  In Lancashire, Yorkshire, r]i<._)ij.#  and Derbyshire,  Molculf wiih a plnnoer In thi* link-  Ing of rondH, a branch of ������:<?.. ne  ulnoorlng which w.ir brought to 1hn  croaloHt degree of perfect Ion 11 has  ever attained by Th.ui.iin Tol.or 1,  Ihn fninoiiH engineer. The Ryu'em cf  surfacing Inlroiliieed by Macadam  eniiv In (ho inih ceriturv remteml  nciHRlhle Iho malting nf rendu on linns  Mint hnve nv.- hIiico boen found  Rorvloenble iuul nnilur.Tig.  Willi the coming or motor trnotlns,  however, now roiidltlnnn Imvo nrlnun -  everywhere, nnd new problems hnvt  been presented which nrn nntinrimt.r  now In procoRH of Relation. FiihI m*  lorlng Iiiih crontod u dust nulftt.n,*  which lar-snrnylng Ih IntnruM in  mitigate. The .peed of the trnMw  car, tno. romlers It probable ihtii  In the tour future It will be f<.i,*f/  nofiORHnry to, provide Hpeclni hWi,  ways for mnlnre. Then In IniHuMrW  centre^ the  coming of    the    motor  itun'iii   <���������"���������'<  i' ii.,i;i i .1  ni.-i lit,,-,,11 y   llnj rt*  ennftriioMrri nf tho r,.tiit cni'-ti :_  milt UiIh heavier nnd friHtn. train..  AllogotlidT our rondB nre rnphily  coming Inlo tholr own again, an*  lhe quoRtlnn of (heir t pkenn nn<  ndiiplatlnn tn changing rnndlllnni  'in.,   tieennio   mm   nt   >��������� . 11,.....i   i...r ,,/  an co.  Tho aowera of Paris which li_.ra.iwf.  fered severely from tho recent atorror,  am tho moBt wonderful in tho world,  and constitute lino, of tho sight* of the  tlty. Visitors nro allowed to Instxvt  thom on cortnln days of each week,  and It Is cortnlnly'nn oxporlonce to  mako a "i������������rH,mi.Uy.c,,n,|iu:lutriQUr'' ,*  Ilio two main sowers. Tlio jourwy  is tnnde on electric curs nnd launch**  which draw up occasionally nl htlgkC  ly Illuminated Htntiout*. ft  ���������-_ A"i. *;. ; -;*  mmaort'  &*:,  ���������-. "f 1W  ft-ft  > almost here  . -.__*-r*n������*-r������n/|������,t**u~������>w_*  1 ' -.\  ���������f   MAROCCH! B'RO"    "  I  a>  a :���������-...I)  . ���������-. t'i   i-  '<-    **.   V  ;h.:.-yv  .. :.il i".l'l  ���������ivnv  nh\\;ASho  M-J_5.  iv in  !(.i,i:iK(r'  ^i'..';'  y\bo  .have-  been-  :s:iv<  AyiiL  -.,*.. 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Lcliens,  of  Nn. 8  ' Mine, I intend to carry on a  Our Winter' Underwear Stock is complete now and comprises . some = of the  f  -liliST marks'V   j  t'.-*;.-'.'"'.',!.:  ;.At;(ji-ic ol;"tlle;Ttai)i  4.^i'..i).'-I >!iirts ui'i'v- lliin^  yr'-ryy:hy,A;;yyy-.yyyyh-:-.,-  .a;   ���������.  ,,.   I^-':i..  1'ITaT-^^-rjJryo'i a-ay'-a. TT-..  :-ir,:felv-riiiW*^:'/ilM>.^  ���������';!i.-^".*\vii!(.^x������f'_'-:i|ii'',';pxi'prd;- 'Vti'!jet>j.���������.j;.:;;.-,- -;���������.:���������;.  yyh77c 7y���������:77r;..;,.777^  a Yfb-k\\AYAio 7b0u7b oty  FchotMcl'-IT-avy Ilib, p.M-cg i-mont .... ������1 2D and $1.75  i'l.i'iiann'���������'' tin. a 1 vrool  pair gi-rmeut    $17.   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U)hYMy7'hy''V7:\,.7h.7i.iiy77.  b, i- :M; is;i'lie: w r.l'e-of' u������. ..]''_'���������," e^nr; o!  !;'.;!7iI il^i:?5>111 '���������-K.i 11^'' S;,' ,0' 'i ivgi'V''.''^'' ���������  .'.������.-i i -i i ''AioY \Ado AYy'VAiioi'y  ���������Jr. l\i\   ili-Ah S^v      .-'l,ll(!  l.'kJTi'<-J   l'lv.tlHi������a'  y'7v7uy"\ iii'iri'h will Ko,...''<:���������'!���������' 'l'.'"^.  ,;' i'^r"ll'U'.j> iir''-ia YvvyY- 'yhos[bnvo  ���������; ���������> ii'i; k. ii.������.l>..i'v.: at",iritis.; (iiifoi*-iK'CW  ���������=i''..;.iyjijiliiiiii }i)!'rlaid-, tiio: Jn^iii"  ll iX '[A '"'i'i.'" fn W;-i-i'(;i:u , Ol'dt'l'.  ���������', !,V:i'r '[I'iVisiif C'������lii'-.i'.   lif't'll-'SilMlS-  '.i���������'.���������;..'ii,.,(V;\ iiiij;   i������i,\..-'iluvf*-0'- y.Alajring-s,  i i.j 11 .Vi rrit-i.'d -h> j)-"* 1v,,ivV*; ^prutt<i;  h[\) at'il'ii'.ni. let.'.'.''a;n ���������...in''i������|ilv   WH'  .-';���������;   .'.' 77-7 P.^tor, I..-tiv.Aiy, i:!o'ixl.:  Viciiri-StViftqs-f 6'r--saie��������� s_'-fee -'NEWS*;-  .'...-,������������������ '      *'    ' ��������� ���������'-      ��������� i    .; 7 '.', .Al -!  l������wr.��������� pCi^r.-r,ii3y*l!Mi'tri?ttr*iritM&'*trviVa>^^^ *i -���������;  ;\cy ..v;'^.;^p).Jv;Hii^n.,:>\^,  '���������Uncle Bill," yer jjetlin' fampUB,  i  Yer nt\ me's a bye word in;llie J'  - ���������'���������'.���������..-���������."'���������������������������".ne.t;";',',/ ' .V->i 7  M3lSeliaoHlSl;i  G-B.MT3 FURNISHINGS,    ;'  HARDWARE  CROCKBEY and GELGCEEIES.  Ali   Can    Goods   rt   wholesale   pricfes  which m.'.j.t bo cleared out.   - Drop  in and get prices on case lota.  NO   TROUBLE    TO    SHOW     GOODS  Special Prices on, Saturdays  -c*  a>>  ''.iiijiM  ������������������������... .;:...  '.-'..','���������.��������� . - 'A,     ���������      ""-     .-'���������-- .-       ���������' -'     '-" :������������������-'-��������� ���������   '  *?'���������; ���������''���������A|;iliiii!i!l!OT  T  ^  ,   iJapit il Paid Up $11,060,000  TCc.-oj've Ql" OC.,0  The Roval Bank of Canada.  wi'iv '"0������ iidiy '6'ot |.Ni���������l-t ������,.(��������� ������������������!���������������>: n?.y ehiliuVatW'eu^: :i'.j'  i.>ia*4i������u_/i������. j(ai-������;.������ m*.**i.m v. wnr iw ���������v.n^Mi'^nwniM-a.m ������v.vf  .wwtjwr iv,.__w;rj.*urny(.  ia.ni.wrM:vMm.vn**n** [  U    _. I  |  1)1.ACTS   ISaSUJ.1)   IN   ANV    'I.'UUIM.NCY.   rAYAHliK   ALL |  |                                       0VKU    THI-:    WORLD.                     * |  1 .-Pl.GlAL ATY!.NTiON jmi'l u������' >AV Y7 y ACUOUNT!^ it iniertst J  1   ni hiuhcev Ciii'ivi'l Yn'ifr- iilii.v ..i,:j'..''.jn. ii!*������.'M ni'du\ovnA*. |  I  CUM.8EIlI.-aND, ��������������� 0 , Bmnch, C;ion _-i<-".]/      i). H. Wtoirison, l".^r. ^  1         X7NI0.T t^AY, B.C. Urunch, Cp.-n I ni y        F. UciwortL, It (;/'.  " ^  I  CCURTEWAY,   VI. 0 , Branch,  Oj)fJjti linil''It.'H   Hinclv/ick,   Mfi'i'  ^/iiliKilllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllUllilllllllllllllinih^  !i.i!li:illllillllilll!!liillllllilli!lll!lll!it!i!inipl;!i;i,#  'il.-|ti'ir".i hn-'"iviii'  A -Auy \7\Vi\n his . Eii'sl is t ro s <. Wi'.t.  i'i illi'l','-;-Mullii  : of .,J'"'t'i- (>vll() -   it  ,!��������� ilY  l|l"!ll'i'ilflii').l.:i.'ij,i;  Insulin,;  i'l'.'t'al-j  ytM  In "liiii[.;v.'i(igii" which  isqvilo a  trr-'U.  >iiriii-rii ^n' 'Y'U;U ���������* ^-iiik yer once wn. a tl"  lllir;i!  'i f.'.l jiir-l lil.) i.   riec.cijniii'n pill;  Oh, how IM like to tititsi''yi*r svhi.-  kcifi,  ,. i.ni i li..-..-rji'ii Ci.',-  i-owii,  .���������������.'-'() :.i'.v<,.t liu, In-si'   plain lU's'dliiWu--  "''Ya'7<'[id���������tlu', lC!i;y"iii' l'',iinil\, ������������������i.inili; in  h-7 I'Jijiiiliiy in Ml   ipi'dii y; ci';;: hYv  \ ������������������! Kjiili,-,     U'C'.r.)it;     lilt'    'lllt'lJll'ttl.'  '��������������������������� ������:",,r'u, if ibi- (ii'ir.fii.w v i.a ii ���������lii.iiit'i.-'  i "\. hr. ���������iivi.-.--' mi -a i.dt'.'l.i ii. i-'i.l.'ui li I I't-oisM -yer oust, a high f.ilutiii',  '.'.  i' l' ,'pl'|llVi.-f';- '  Li'i'lt.MU      hut       Wii'S...  ...    ii    ���������,- fill Kl     -'  l.'i'.-ii! ! V ,   ' ��������� 1 . I'iUI'I'.-IfS  .   .  r:. " .. . . . u  '������������������] ci i \ i 1 i'.nt it i I.t ry i'ii 11- s'urii'il -n  :i;. ..-.-,'I>.';.|' i'i,>ii'i.i,:l \',r-" o\. \-~ A '-\-'A>v  j .'���������!'������ ii.;; in ill-' \yv, k   <>!'.   lyii'iii iii,^  WM, MCLELLAN  ������    NR.T TO PEACEY'S DRUG STORE,       DUNSMUIR AVENUE  /'!-:^vHr^'^,^'i''s','*"S,,t,"l''l','5,',������"'*^,V'''v'"i''i'  ||'*J"t-"I''H''^'l"I'"t"'J''-l"I''-'-'"I"I',^,l'"M'.<  {_poii ���������wo'il,'iwc yov^nlo iin,?-  Huninii JUitclini' !    Ahud,; llil! !'! -,.(il,., ,u���������,  ..p.^^.i mi| ,.n the  lIiiiil. 'tiv.M Cuwu*)' ru^iiUor  woi'l.;  1 lhuii!;lii. jur  lij.urciit'iHl vv ih  Unity,  Willi I ha I tnou.i'U'.hi' yor loolcoil  a iri'ivk.  :',������!  ii'i.);.    'J'i-:������'  ,J..ii.l'<.!;i.  ���������;.ll,,'\i.l'.V'.,l;i(l,  i,i ,'Jl.' I'l'iiii.  ���������t .;,��������� r'h'V o\y  : iA.A, '-'i'iin  :Y[> ,i-'.v,'i.l.:  I.,-; ;ii--.-r--. ill;  Iv.'ii-  "i:ai..vv '.'a   w>:-\.  J r\i \;    ii'tvi..! it  My f-liipmiiliira on id:   "Ilu'ti only  fn n tiy,"  I ihrii.fzlil������������.������for ii \rhil<i���������iiniil���������  i     ������������������'���������'���������'    - '. | i...rt,i ,., ',i,vyi.'i' Ki:<jnu:il yur nuiih  !     -ll. '    l   '       'II'I     i ''a  II t,j. '  '��������������������������� ',|"'   '" '''"'"I'    And iiiarkal yn, '���������Wmna * Un,"  i>;' ������������������������ ������������������"'!''1 ���������>������������������'��������� | IJiif.lt! Hill !   . t .���������������.,.-.������_, _,_j,Uij������A._ii-_Wfc*._^*aaa_._���������w^-n������a*i������ni.u.a,j .t.\   ..._au.,..auM.w  u.������.l.-..������iaw,_a.-vi������J*.������.,.l*m^'-������W������-""1"','u'f aiw������������u."."������*" _������^._������a.   .  ������i-aamwnar,a.������ww.-"  ������������������.ia rf_w_-UJ_.a  ("'I'l'tll,  Coino t'i mi'cl Hit whon yiv will,  Siivi' ;is tlmt our (hiil i*> with ns,  We'll ..col hiiiil ver, I'nclf. Iiiil!  W, A. KhhlS  YiiDi'iuivoi', 11, V,.  KOI! SALIC ---2 mmillH ol.l pipt ;  $���������1 iHich,    Apply il. .'milaii, H������������rn- |n|,p,Mir nul Wl,(,j(i  liy .flui)...  L{')Kl'--A l'l.i1   Iiiuii   I'ottt,   nn  ���������Samnl,-iv. Oi:i, .1 l-ih, lii'iwci'ii Min  r.D mul  CmiihoihiiKl.    I''ii ''''i' will'  pli'ltH'  ll'UVtl tillllH.' Ml   ilii- (ifi. V,  'I'ln* Cor,voni'u;n .tn" thu Moral  anil .'It-fosni Council, held in Vic-  lo'in lai.< woek. was n miiiiiii' niid  noinhlo nalhoiinp, hnOi llu* liorriiiii  C'liiiolic idinrch nnd niost of lho  I'micil a nl churi'lio.. uh widl ut. tlio  l'r idtiH ami .hnhor Cotiiicil hoinu;  r pri'SHiii'ii,    A ftillur report will  MasiufsotTOPer of MINERAL WATER  nut t-ivj \iim**nxtn j%wr*  v. o. }1CX Iiiil  J.'}iONli 30..,.  CUMBERLAND  uiaf. ..a.-. ,rF./a.a^,au_i4a,ara.aMii������F.a������_HM;rF������ia,t.run..f.r*,..aa._,ibam_.aMai.4^^i_aF_r.Mua.w4au_w_������. .fi,..m..���������M m^  \:   ' ii.in .-nl pli'; I .il' iu-  t;. ..'������������������'il  i  ���������   "������������������' '    ������������������-������������������ r-\  "������������������, i-  ,'    ... .i.i'i   i ..,'.   ,��������� ���������..,,,     .      ������������������*,,.     ,  |,   ���������    .H'..'   .>..������',    Oi;','. I.    t'.'.lal  ���������   .'.   ",!��������� "������������������.-,���������"'mi.'fi.ii ..' :'rii!.v d">.}!'i'',  :.[7"-.i[ lY.l'.iYo"\\i-r n ' ph'iil  '��������� '. t >���������! ' ��������� l>. 1 ', |H.' 't'i i-l.l'  AA���������>'.\>." ��������� fi.   thu   ilili ,',-ii     '"���������<  i -;t r I'l'oii) Um W.tl' l /iti'  . ��������� ii y 'An- i.'-afiii;lli-jir,!il;ti  i   i--. "!).< ifillliii-ii .ii   ! In  .   ,  -I..       i-'iucrs'!'"-'!' ������������������.''  ���������J    '���������>:     -   ".'.'  ll.f.'t Vv'llt   <���������!    '���������������������������h  <   . i;. ,.,: i... t ������  -ll'lal'IV  I,  1'fiidrv us 'uw \or   hurliiisz  thou*'  I niiid-  ,i    it  ,   ,',.,- ���������    Tu di-nth-ii; nut  your duvil's  I       1 i   i ���������   j ���������  '���������il . ii-. i hniiii;  ��������� .'. i,,,'An 'nw y.iiir   imps   nvo **-hi.oti n*  :        ���������!   .' : WOllO'll,  i "i,-j    <H' 1'lini'tdnM Wii't'icod, mid uliil"  ��������� f   'In'! dron r-lain.  '''���������'���������   'Truly, yi-'ru n ll"yal Ihisler,  ������������������ : '���������' ;     i; ���������-: t,i dn tin-  de.'i!'*- will:  ���������    -i- i.n    lp|i ilon't fi||'i������iil thi'  filial IIUlKU'l',  Cm il,.i at, Wai-'linr-i*.  Singer Sewing Machine Needles for  sale al the Cumberland 'NEWS'  amr, _HWw_wi'^jHMi.#_iut������ibi u*,t*t **um'*tl**m*������**tit** * _.������**w_**f tttHtt*  Otto Alli-'nhiili.r,   of ���������Odiirtfiiiiy,  YAW- W'llCl.   Iri'MY*.    tho  Mr, nud Mrn, S. J. .Murey. of  Sandwick, loll lliio wecl. for Souther n Cnlifoiiiin, for t!nj botKj.it of  M r, l'ierr.y'H health.  Baked Mm.  ���������������������������' ������������������''' , , i.  , ,i. ,i.. ,.  .1 UUllkC'ta    111     JnJla.Ci.llll     ������ua,.U,Ja...    ...L  .-.ntilli-iiotififl I ]]t,,;.ajj" ^:il,-i*i., but by :iovao rnlrtele. ot  tmin on .,,l������l .. S.n ,������, .U.J Z^JZiS?aTSJS TS^S.  IHh, ..ml Inli.rneil in Nun linii jrnol. j M0t quite biiltPd tlioy euUiiro n ntrorij.or  I,I'll-  Iiiil  I . i������  I'.nt w-1 n* ���������.faiiiii' linn mu\ rcmlv,  With ������������������������ij- wi'iitlu-r oyn iiiiiiiinl,  V>';,:l'i'.ii,' i-Vfi'V iiiu.f >v'ii' i|ial.in',  J  ll<( wua fUippo.-iod  lo hu on h'i3 wny  lo iho Unitn, hiLftle.  A pleiifiu^ iiieidcnt ]|itji]iuiK:d  nt tho "Miiiim'." mi Mrh. Jluod's  ivci'iviliii ditv, whim    oil*--    id    h.l'  ft A   J  tdiithl'nl iiilniiri'iv, neeuinpnnii d  hy tii" )<������iuio twin d ui^lilcih ol  tho homo (id'hoiif^li om* dny Ute,)  iiiMidod tin* irC'i'jitinii   I'l.ni.i.   ami  llltii't-! II plt'M'Iflilliull  iO.  tlll'n.p'ip  nUr    ho.te.-,-!   on tho   oeeii-ioit ul  IliiT biC-lidi,.),  licnt Miai. tlint which browns tlio Him  (inv nirlnln Thr< fnriuiri',. wIipvi������1m  jioi'ti'liilii In (loislicil aro bent ot Uu)  ilercoat ln-m <i������ed in any Intimity. A  clinlti ol uii'i:n������!ii, tiifilr ho,da nnd  bodluB bw.'UIiivi In llrcproor enrniNitB,  titkc tbo (lriliali**- \Aeitr.i from Uio tire  ono nt a time und puss tbwu to the  cfAilli-t. room. Tlie tiiim nt thu liAad  of this chain���������bo who Btuiivl-j ncnrcHt  tlm turiiiici'- cnu work In only fire  injiititc Hblflfi. lu ������jIh liitetltiiH of rt'jit  t,o lira ou n iimttri'sn drlnkliin: Blflsti  tifti.'i* lAatt at iPti warn trom tlu* hand*  of n miinM lioy. At Imii-btltn. till about  tho cbfilri of iiwn wait* (frill���������Clncln  pntl Krif/itln-r.  (i)    ' }f,  $ Thomson's   Boarding   House |  (?l                    Ha:. lNTow lit:i.'it OpciK'tl Up and is m  ���������'"                                                        > it>  &'                            liivpi'tcl io rocidvi. Iiikirtk'is Co  ������ r.)  ri.    '          '  ' ..wml hy Um Uay, Wook ov   Mouth gj  ������                                 ���������Rfj:vsiMtahlc Kates��������� IY)  1 Wm. Thomson   ru���������..c=l,S',i.^rlh I  8 m  't'WraWffijpfiYa/afi&XW^  ��������� im  ii   it '  -fT nt-T"'-*'ifi  ._���������������.--��������������������������� _._������i_i.i.������_i_��������� ii_-m������.i. ������������������ 11-__..f_������_TTrrnn|<w1|||)|. ntmt  "The liittl3 Store."  CT_r<s M.  l\'"9i r'noprietvevifci  THE PLACK   Wlll-.RI'; YOU  CAN  GKT  OLD COUNTIIY   PAIMiRS  ( hoic������ CanaVu:.*. by .ill ilu: Ic-w.injj; ui'tk������,rs.  Gofi Drii.I;,-:, Ci'.,i:'!, Ci^.u-fH.'S, etc  Dunhmuitr Avenuo Cc.r.ibc^lond, B, C.  I-  '1?


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