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K^*"-' ���������;,,  jeratfoiw Being  :c More  10 dozen assorted TEA CLOTHS  TRAY CLOTHS & SIDEBOARD  CLOTHS, beautifully embroidered  some slightly soiled,* tut most of  them in perfect condition  " FECIAL  PRICE  ���������Js-  -Q'l  i ij^+^m*** >ww������A m  Only about 100 of these to clear. Some  Very Rich and Beaufci.ui Designs sxihile  they last Youp* choice for 25C.   EACH  Meltop-Tcaeeds t^^t  Dresses,-in several of the new shades.    Prices 40c and 50c.'  per; yard. '-> r-���������"- ���������- SEE THESE.  Infants'; an children's headwear  'Coats, Booties, Gaiters and'all the "necessary  wear, i'or, the'  little lots. SEE OUR NEW RAKGE OF Til ESI. GOODS  j-  1  i)_.o_i_M:Cv>J.^i_._*-i-0.nLir������_.o__/^!._  ��������� oimt/iN c braces a co  " ... LIMITED    ���������.  Dunsmuir A.yennc,    PHONE BN, CU MB Tiki. AND  t-tunam^t^'iiaiM-t'it-duunisiJsrtin'timtt.irm^Mm^  ���������> *+*c**i*mMlte**rt*m-i*iK>t������.iwu,rm -w___ft.^_^j_-  >.'u_<.a>m^ * r_,ut.r������t*"ar*������v*  n  ��������� Operations are being resumed  at-dixtcnsion and South Wellington mines. 'At the latter place  only a small force of men , is as  yet employed. The "'mine is,  however, being put into shape  again, and it is expected, lhat in  a very few days llie force will be  largely increased and operations  on the old scale resumed. '��������� As it  is coal is being.hoisted.  At Extension work , lias Iweu  going ou tor a'week now. .There  was considerable repair work to  be done, and the company . is  further, handicapped by the fact  that its motors Iff. out- of commission. All the same The Her  aid learns from an official source  that the'output already exceeds  200 tons a day aud is" increasing  all the lime.���������Nanaimo Herald.  -<&.-  It was a sight at Courtenay on  Friday night last, to see about  six cars loaded with loggers,and  other employees of the logging  companies returning to their -respective camps from the fair.  Previous to the departure ��������� of  the train, luudreds of men were  congregated around tlie " Uiver-'  side Hotel, and the bar was packed from one, end lo tho ��������� other  with thirsty mortals, who were  .tank-ing-_up-,a-ftei���������U_e���������long���������d-r-y-  spell.        - /' ���������_,  ������������������<������>-  Trinidad, Sept/ 23.���������"Willi  every miner in southern Colorado coal fields undor orders to lay  'down.his tools tomorrow'because  of the refusal- of the operators to  , recognize the United Mine Woik  ers of America and grant certain  wage and other concessions, the  LftS'Auiums and Hucr,f;mo counties were unusually .quiet today;  ' All mines are in operation and  ami most mines assert the opera  tors have almost full forces.  Miners and-tlieir families continue loday to leave the camps  wiih their belongings nud eome  to Trinidad.  If we haven't much money,  we.ought to be thankful that, we  are.livo this fine weather and  cuiiffet three "squares" a day.  This is a  piosperous aud hap  py community as compared with  o'her places, ���������   o   A business man   of Nanaimo,  who was in town   this week, re-  povlti tlmt  collections   here   are  fnm ahead of what ihey   aie   in  Ihnl city.    And   Nanaimo two: a  booming ci'y hut   a   few   short  monlhs ago.    How   the mighty  hnvo fallen.   And   all   Ihiough  labor 1 roubles,    Vou never can  tdl when you arc going to be up  against it.  r.OH    AiV.-oU'S      VP'-rn.l.ly'      ]f\<]  twcilLy-ciie fires iu one day.  "Cnuiteimy has ir. nil over-tin iu  t'ic ira'lcr of hotels. ''The  Rlvcside.,'' might well he named,  Tin'Km press of ^lt-J  Noilli, and  thii'CouvliMi.'iy hotel   will   bo   u  vctyaltaciive hostelry wheu lhe  .I'.ld'ti.u   a;i I   '^V-r     improve  inems art; complt-'.id.  Tlio ou'W'k in thi- l.-.bor r.i,-..  kcl fov iliie Ca'mi'.ij.;   ..'Intel i.*i uot  \ciy btiuh*.  Nanaimo, SeptAiS.��������� The U.  M..W. of A. have officially staled  th;.t its members will ilo no more  picketing in connection with th;".  labor di.f tite in this city and  district, which means,, that, tire-  coal mining strike is entering  upon its last stages, aud, is ex-  pectcdere many days have, passed  the mines in this district will Lc'  iu operation, although ihe U. M.  W, of A. will nor declare the  strike off.  The announcement lhat there  will be 110 more picketing was  made to the court, this morning  when Steve Mel iter, William  Martin and John Vaueecheck  appeared before Magistrate Simp-  sou on a charge of intimidation,  arising out'of picketing "No. 1  mine of the Western Fuel Com  pany lust week.  Cube half of ilie U. M. W of  A., Attorney heighten informed  the court that he had the authority of the union to state if the  crown would wiihilraw the clung-  es against the accused it wotihi  give its void that there would  be uo more picketing done by its  munbei.i, ���������  In aceccd ig to lhe rcqust of  the union down Attorney Shoe  hotlmui .sliited lhat thc������ crown  determined tht. law and 01 der. be  enforced in the distiict, aud  would withdraw chaws against  tho three oeruncd on the  slrciigth of the prouiiao made by  union ollicials.���������I'roviuco.  The following.is the result  of  .Hospital.Saturday cpllectiu^.���������  '���������}  ��������� No 8 Camp \.. .$38.15  ho. 7     l*    ........  Office '   Stores..: '....  27 45  56 65  -Total $2Z������,zo  ���������The above we tire   Md   coin-  pares favourably-with" any   former year's collections.  Duncan Thomson and his son-  in-law, J. McGill, of Nanaimo,  arrived iu town by auto on  Tuesday evening,  -������a������-  fi  s...  >   . inv������,i\������|l   \,t     i'jt'ti Ull      llAlt  jnciidiiig hearing of tippet,].  "Tho Cameron" ol I.ochiol,  was* in Virtori.i a few d.iyi* ago  This is mift of ike nui.A romntiiist  mune*5 in .;col'i:.!i litt'.A'ry, nnd \-  famed iu suu;.{ and. .^Im \ cf [])o  ���������land ������' the lifsai-.i-r.'"* He is  sivirvii'd to   a   daughlf-r   of   tin-  n..1;e of  A -Oily ���������".  The Conservative concert atid  dance held ou Thursday evening last, was a nucecss in every  particular. The whole, affair  was very much enjoyed by those  who were fortunate enough tu be  present. . Wo congrs-itnl.it the  promoters, and trust that l'tilurc  efforts in this direction will meet  with like success,  Westminster  Exhibition Notes  Minto Cup (.lames at Exhibition  Now "Westminster, SeptoinW  ���������24,���������To Minto Cnp, lacrosse  games will bo played at Queen's  Park during exhibition week, September aotli until Oetobor -ith  inclusive, and the World Famous  Salmon Hollies will once moro do  fond thoir title. This timo the.  eontondors aro tho Vancouver Athletic Club,' who ontorod the pro-  ranks this season and who havo a'*  ready ono victory over the' chain,  pious to thoir credit.  The first game will   bo   played  on September 30th,  tho opening'  day of" tho  fai_r and the. secoud  game on October 4th.  , The V, A. 0. is considered the  homo brow  team -of  'V'ancouvor  and it" is certain that thousands of  people will como  over' from  lho  Terminal city to' watch thoir  fav  orites while the games are also ex  pected to di'iiw large  crowds from  Vancouver Island   aiid,the   upper  country as. well as from' the Fras-  or Valloy.       ������������������ *        '  '^SENSATIONAL  ���������    ATTRACTIONS  New- -Westminster,' September  21.���������The most sensational and  thrilling array of high class attractions presented at any exhibition  will be seen! at the provincial.ex-  taizK.nSua  v     *������        . "*_ ^  '*' 1  ���������MACFARLANE_feos������it-  LJ__g������_____!_lS3-rM-^giga^^ <-,^   '-������  We invite you,:to inspect the followifntf?- t"i  rr  >.������.-  ���������MEN'S FOOTWEAR Ju6toto hand our First Fall Ship: 4  ment of. Amos Ilolden and ' McCrerfdy   SHOES,   in   tho K'   -  +( ,S f ii* / .<  'newes shapes, colors black and   brown, button and   lace.   i_'  ��������� if  MENS SUITS���������These aro hero in1 the newest shapes and   c,*  '   stylepr colors navy, hrown,   bronze, black, purple etc.'   ,������������������������  MILLINERY���������First -'��������� - "~      '" ;   ���������'���������          ���������-'������������������" '      &'  I  MILLIjN ERY���������First showing of Ladies'0 WinterMillir.ery   fe  LADIES'  IiLANKET COATS newest shades' and styles. ���������'f  FOR THE CUILDI.EN'-Tho famous "Margaret" Sweat  ors and Sweat or Suits,   in'shades Navy Cardinal;, wliite.   Ih  , ���������-1 ft*i  fi  GESFSG  ^^msss^s^ssssssi^s^ism  - s  THE CORNER STOREI  ta****M*a*iM*icitaxtaM!i  Mr, and Mrs. Ilert Stephen-  sou, who have been mil of town  for several weeks, returned on  Weducsd iy,  ��������� >���������- ������������������ mm**���������.^>._w ,_���������_������_���������_....  Two coal and three gravel laden curs jumped the track near  the Royston sawmill 011 Sunday.  Snm Davis was n passenger by  Sunday's outgoing boa'.  Kddio I'otter, son of Mi. Jus,  Poller, ai lived in lown on Sun-  (by morning.  "CXa. tiai r     , , ,     , ,  \\  III.    I ill'V.l.tOil, Js'.i.'i       .l|i.'./ii|l-  aid and lhat old "Nimrod," liar,  ry Reese, bi ought five deer brick  with them from 11 huuiinc nip  to 'JVxiida island last week.  Mr, Andrew MeKiu'ghl, f"i~  merly mar-lti' inechnuio i;t ll.-e  local colliciii's, imt now of I;iit-  anuia Mine-, p.\i������l fJ\.:j-..._.'..n,. u  short vi������ii \<,.y\  v.tek.  The hf;!i'l bat'-' id  thi- <'\i\ ua; t'i  ���������li'l clo-rtl. Ini   linu o- .'...'.''....r ly)  :   .>. t,-}  .3  fi-yk  TTilTition wliicirwiirfbe lield ii7  Now Westminster from September 30th until October 4th, inclusive. None of the attractions  have ever been;seon" in ��������� tho- west  before atid they-wero secured exclusively for tho New Westminster fair only at a great cost.  Three bauds will bo in attond-  aiico and with these attractions  tho two Minto Cup games, athletic events, the, horse show, and  other features' aa,', well as "Sock,  eyo Runj ��������� which alone is more  fun than a circus, thero should  he no dearth of amusements.  Arrangvinouts for staging the  special attractions in front ������>f tlio  grand stand are about complete  and a varied programme has heen  a. ran god for every afternoon,  Mr. N. IL lilodoii, editor nnd  proprietor of tho Courtenay Ro  view, paid the Ni'.ws Ojlico a  friendly visit this week. Mr,  lloden icporls things good in that,  thriving --inotropoli..,"  Mr, Keiiiioth Stewart,, of \run-  cuuver, arrived on Sunday morning mul is renewing old acqimii.t.  anc"~. Kenneth at, ono lime  was employed iu this ofllco.  Mr, Fred Richardson, roproson  ling lho  Ames Uoldun Com puny,  paid Cumberland   a busiiio;^ vi.il  list week  iu   the  interests  of hi*  Nanaimo, ]3. C. Sept.- ig'.���������  Chris Pattison, district organizer of the U.'M. W. of A., was  sentenced to three" mouths inj-_.il  to-day by .Magistrate Simpson  upon the Vagrancy Act charge,  the accused being one of a crowd  wliieir^booea"'"' andTini*de~insulC  ing remarks about special con  stables and the militia,' while ihe  latter were escorting a number  of prisoners , from the . raihvav  station to the"courthouse' on'  Tuesday*of last. week.  Iiector Uuelette and Dan  Hyud were found" guilty on a  similar charge, the former being  sentenced to thirty days in jail  aud the latter to two monlhs.  Attorney Leighton informed  the court that he would enter an  appeal in the Pattison caso as  he considered the sentence an  outrage on British justice.   ������i     _.   ,.  One ot Wisconsin's strange  new laws, passed by the last  Legislature, commonly kuown  as lho Gossip Law, was first applied on September 171I1, when a  warrant was issued for the arn^t  of Peter Kefoki of Niagarn.  The law provides lhat go.'sip  shall be subject to legnl penal-  tics' under the same conditions as  shuidtT, though.with milder punishment, the amount of malice  iu the conversation being the  distinguishing point between  slander aud gossip.  The arrest follows the charge  that Kesoki called Uosa Huiney  of Niagara tm unsavory liiiuie in  conversation with 1'iicnds in Niagara.  Mr. Geo, W. Clinton left ior*  Victoria on Saturday ' night.'  Tie will return home this  11 v V. iS. ,  ' General Manager * Coulson of'  tlie Cauadiitn Collieries, ami,  Mrs. Coulson.arrived' .here frnn.  ���������v-TTjrorfTRnirsweekT  "'  ~ ~<s���������  ^The Harvest Festival in   con:  nection ���������   with     Iluly     Trir.it;  church, will'be lieivLo'-. iji:udny.  October 12th, at 11 a.   m. and 7  p. m  No word has boon received,  lately about that much .nhedtd  and long sought after railway'into Cumberland. And we ha\_  not had as vet that promised,  visit from the C, N. R. Com.'  pnny's engineer.  ���������Do they menu business, or are.  they simply running .1 bin ft '-  If ii is no, why dou't they say  uo, and be done with it? In v.,-.  opinion it i3 simply a uvitler of  dollars and cents. If they c.- .1  figure onl lhat such n proi'-c.  will pay, they w'U come, and if  they caiiM., Ihey will st.iv awa\.  * ��������� it'  If this city could offer a boni;!*  sullicinntly large, .we would no'  have long to wait for a favorable  decision. What doer the'Canadian Nortlu'rii care about Hum  berland, other I ban the money  th"y cau get out ot it ? I,et -:  not look for philanthropy in nil-  way companies.  Mis3 Hrown, matron of our In.  cal hospital, secured six first ami  one special prize for I'-.mcy ������s',<ii-,  at lho Couiteuuv l''air. This is  some prize winning.  firm,  'j^sBSBsaxiiasEmmms^^  (���������aflf-O  Mew Goods  &$2  ffi  toiiowiu^ xiiis vveeK  l������!ill  I.)res* ,-Jnods iu all the fii.-hiiiiinblo ^liadori in   plniii  and iiovelly wt-iivoh, eoiiiprii'iug ft.-i!^'.-. IVpIinn,  Rutmo.*  Satin Cloths, Twcods, Plaids,  l.itdie.-,'   Cloth.-,    Pniii'.u;iuri,  v,:,' 1 r   1/ioii'i-', Mis.e^ and CJn'ldrer'N Cloth and  Couif. in all llie piwiiiiing cl^U'u of the  at, the h'i:t*t pnsi-ibhi priei-:', 1'  Tweed  Kl'.IMJII  ;!  !  I  A ComplHn line ,d  Ladir,-.', *\\  l*l> 1. j .i-i fi,     ib:i|   \\''7 "A",y y-'l  v  1 -es  mm  Cl  Jiidrt'ii'ii Ful I  !i!  a iu',  Mi:*.';  a1.''.: allow. I fo ;  The Uniosi \h  11������  ;  ������������������l'.".V-.i  t'tt  ��������� '.:'.-.'v.l "'.  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THE 1NTEWS. tmnmifYJATTO. B: a
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By E;.,R. Punshoa...
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Wert, Lock' A Co., LlmlWtl
..   London,  Melbourne A Toronto-
^a^i^;-a-a iiii'��"'i��'?i
(Coiit)_u.e<!) ^       . r..,:
' 'y]"hn*3fi��lli biAcjJyAhq'assuredlieij
���Milr'ri bow) a-low mockln_-"b<iw'in
A'lilch .shcscomqd .10 rtat<l,_:cun_ln_"
ulumph. ,
H was (liia bow,- and ibo mocker)'
she could ;noi help .'perccivlns In It,'
ihat com Durand thu best chanco ho
laid over had ot. establishing, a .mil.
iiilliioaec'i)OM.'r ttls-dauglit'ji'.'' It Was",
nsui'Ii thisJoY'e -ot, hi_'for-1fcornkari.d.
mockery ivns.itjstliH'd to cost him, tor-
Joan fell it>/in": lilm,;.'"-' and felt tfjsit;
i hough k .eeniod bhe had Buspee.'cey."'
lilm of gross crimes of which ho'Ws'
innocent, yet that none tho less he remained a badjand faithless maw:.)
1 regrel-it also, Bhe. said slowly,, aud
1 will not-forget tijat,'at least, _*_ia've'
hepii nyju'st, to you:.'    .;;    "':'���
With that'slie Vent'out. of the room,
and her heart was lighter than lt had
boen-for many- a day. .Uer father
might be cold, and faithless, but at
least he was r.o-t the criminal she'had
I'tared; and ther.. was nothing,, it
seemed to her ihat there was nothing
���shv. told hers.lt' with trembling, joy
that'there" was nothing���lhat' need
make he raise a barrier.between her-'
belt' and Kdward Thorold.
. ^     ,,        CHAPTER XIV  ���
'   - -   Together at Last ���  '       ' ;
Aver since Thorold bad bestowed on
him so ion'g and,so   intent' a' ga'/e,
.' Green had an uneasy fear of. recogni-,
tion, thejugh endeavoring to re-assure'
���himself by -the -fac. ���t_a.:'-Th'tirbli..;_:a:a,
gone '.-ivray 'without saying anything. '
"'. -*Very'"liUc_' he-;reflected'' with/sotile1
"".shrewd noss; he'only ,"slare{l,:that. way
along with being took  aback at' my
.young,lady.net .wanting to seo him���
'7 afc-i-'lf:' ftiiit-'hg.y-liiu'g.-'df 'his-wasn't'
,   enough to frighten anybody.
...--Gi-eou- still yroser-vcd'-lils ��� feeling-of
i;cseiitmcnt against Thorold, and it had
given him a.good-doul of satisfaction
to be able lo deliver.'Joan's message
of'refusal;-   The air of 'dejection' w-lth
which'-ThoroId went away Green..had
thoroughly enjoyed, aud he was there-'
foro correspondingly taken aback'wljeu
.''.immediately .afte. -.her.,interview with
lier falher", Joan sought.him out.'-""' "i ���'
��� Oh, she' said,' tjuiie", unable ;to. pre-.
..yent. he;- cheeks,redding ar, she; spoke."
called at-any- time you neeoT not-say
I am indisposed any more.     Yoii understand?'''' ...
, Gre.en'^ face expressed hh dismay as
"he'loolicd at her blankly','       , ���'   ' "
���'    If. you  mean .that.,there -Thorold,
, miss," he blurted our, all I can say is
as  how'you'oughtn't,  "'lie's  a'bully.-
ai)d a���aiui.il ain'j.7-,        ",'.'���,.
1 think- you' are forgetting yourself
strangely, interrupted   Joan-'; _n   her
most suitely ihnnncr!     1 do"iiot'ask
you  to  criticise  my, visitor.���if 'Mr'.-
��������� Thorold or any one else calls you will.
,  sli.ow them a,to me. at once.
' with' that she 'walked' away,;' leaving
;.- Green lira mood , of, sullen tamper .and
brooding jealousy very dangqrous in
fi''man'of'his fempe.umcnc- ���'���{
. ,.,flle,w,ent down into,tho kitchen and
sulked for the rest of lho day.' Dur-
iind wns still in the house, just, then
with his wife, whom he w^is telling to
brace up, for ;ho-never IJelieved that
..Ijor, Illnesses could be serious, and before lie went, for lie'.did   not "sloop'
'   there, he'e'ame down into.the'kkclien,
-  .   1 ihlnk wo aro pretty nearly ready
lo m:ilie 11 move, ho observed.   You
inust.be in .readiness, Green.',    I can-,
.nol he sure, of course, but 1 tlilnlc' 1.11-"
''ly  Man  will turn Up 'lo'morvow,  l'vo
. had a hint that WiHon Mayne wnn fit-
Mug "up Jalo last  night working at a
��� long poem.     Of course, whether Hilly, Mini niniH up or nol, wo shrill hnvo
to go on, i.'.pc'cially wllh things linv-
iiv,' l.'oon fo upiuit...        -    1
Yes,.agreed Gre(,n, I thought we h.d
got cur ��ye wiped tor suro -when I
:b'6a*f^as"''How_Jtliiija blade pearls had'
rbpe'a;'claimed.'; And-iiov it turns oiit
they was" onl^ lof*t;-all the tluie--ifs
fair' astonishing how careless th&ni
swell latlle"s4cr._ be.      :"
A good thing tor us, laughed Durand, or it would bo ��Yen, ^arder than
it Is for us poor hatd"worlilng"mon"'tb'
Crookes? ',
It's precious little I care whether
X&JmesLfjQjoM, Mji's _.&.... Uvjag,
grumbled Mrs, Crookes In surly response.,
You strike at onco to the root of tho
njattfi .,,_, J^iU c$rta_nly^lt was anno..
ing to hear the .-polF-ijyeshad^been'laying: our. plani.td'Seiclire fop so long
)>(iiKfrc,on .ni.RptSi.-upr.-at thoi'vlast mo-
mont "by so'mcoho else". ' Sljlll, all' Is
well that ends well, as', thb." poet so
hcaulifullysayB, and "rI,.' daresay tho
blunder ot Lady Martin's 'maid 'has
dono us no harm; except ot courso
tliat wiUijtfiffib.all breaking up In such
confusion'.-[fiid my fool of a girl work-
liig .h"eifsclf iii'to finch a state., wo got
nofej a.j'parUcl'o of lnformatlbu out of
h_r/ .;��� -*���
'Did you know, asked Grosjj, still In
a mood of sullen, jealous regentment,"
that thero "J'horold cove as been com:
ing here? ^''Qalled two or three times,
he'as; cui'se him. '^*
No,-!, exclaim ad Durand, loolcing rather alarmed, I had no idea���has he seen
Joan? y    [   ���'.
.No,- I told ,bim ns: how she was..Indisposed, Green answered. ..'A     '
Very best thing you could ji'ave 'dono'
exclaimed Durand with', an air of relief.'' I shall-:remember'that? Greon���
it shows you have some sense youca'n.
usc>fiomelimes.   :'   ''���'���-'���.   y
He went, on to ask;one "or;'.wo (lu'es-
tions, and then said' thoitghtfullyl---';'
1 wgndej*'\vhat the mis'chiQ'f he came
for? Can he be getting sweist oh her?
Can he have any -suspicicJpi? -..'lam.
half afraid we.aro going to have,trouble 'with him,though- erdrytiiing'seeni-
qft to .be settling dp.'jvn so quietly'^ We
must Seep our eyes "Open,;' If "Billy
.Man.,, cqmpa.-.tojij^ljt,;.perhaps h'e-'will
be'able'to"-'telT us'if Thorold has said
anything moro-jto Wilton Mjiyne.
��� He laughed thinly and disagreeably
as lib"said this, and'then Gf'een'; asked
slowly:.. , ,,';',  ,' ��� '���'��������� '-
-v Byt'about;: .ttrig-Thorold-'chap���Svlio-is
he? .   ' '      ' "     A   "������''
Oh, that w;as.his, .brother who-'ihet
wltli'th'at accident iii"tlie lioiis'e-on the
downs, answered Durand. He has
bee.ii In -Australia' and Soiith L.meri-
ca, a- good bit,. J- believe.,,'. :.Np'w, I
wonder'if lie is really, sweat-on the
girl* ���* If wbA-ifJby' atiyicbance��� ;. .-.���
.,Hq broke off and becanio lost ii* sin-
istei* ine'ditatidn,'and presently Green
said:--: :.!.���;.;.-��� j _     .-:'    , ���-1 .. ; I  ,.,
I la.ew all (.hat���what' 1 mea'nt'was"
���well, wha.-'sbrt''of',ii!cpve!'is'he hiriv-.
splf' .... . ,.,
��r:A- - 1     ;,. -.,   .'.��� 'i" ��� -.-������,   ;.-'.-1   .     ; 1
Outinji Siioes
* Tor
would glto mo H"I told him as bow
you,-and:youi".ma was- plottltig and
planning to do a guy from hero?
Joan's cheeks wont palo, but the
did not quail,,and her voice-vibrated'
with a coutempt that stung Greon like
a whip-as sho said;
Do so.    Such treachery, is; what 1
might havo' expected, from���j*bu.    ,
(To' be Continued) '
a.      .     <    '        r       ;-A    ;
Uses of the Mosquito ,
There iee'ms almost' less to'"be said
.In. .defence!. o.f tho .mosquito',.than'of
tho house-fly, and probably ln a hygen-.
ic Utopia both''would' be "removed.
BuL,an.instance,is furnishedrby Professor J.' S.- Dexter .of,Columbia University "of a contribution -whiu". mos-
qutlos appear', to male.-towards natural process���they pollihate0orchids.
A,research student, Miss Di.lz, .working at plant' zoology., first informed
tho professor' that iii a neighboring
marsh she.hadraeen, a mosquito bearing on its head two small .yellow masses whlcU looked ;lllc6 "pollen." Profess-
6r .Daxtor went-to tho������, marsh and
caught a riiimbei* of mosquitbs.all of
thom bearing-. the' ' yellow.:: masses,
vvhich. proved to bo pollen pf the, or-,
chid-Habenaria obtnisatai' l at that
time abundant'.and in-full, bloom." -It
is a small green and'inconspicuous
orchid,- but its flower lfc 'very similar
in construction to that of Or.chis Mas-
cula, described by Darwin in his book
on.orchids. Moreover, with.mosquit-
oes substituted for bees the complex
process of pollination' i.s very nearly,
identical In the caso of either orchid'.'
Professor'Dexter, gathered a number
of "tlie plants aud collected ,a few mos-
quitos which, were free .from pollen
and put th'fem together'.'in*'��� glass aquarium jar. In a few.days-the mds-
quitos.'had ,rempycd .most.of the yellow patches. aboiU> their'- eyes. ', ..This
a"ppears-,tobc*'the ouly case known in
which mosquito's' are the chief evi-
'de'nt agen'ts^of.polliria'tion'V''
'���"'A. Safe and uire medicine for a child-
troubled.with worms is Mpthe'r.Graves'
Worm Ext'^rmin.-.tor. ' .    ,
> wereo.-
Chapped and Cracked, Could Not,
Put Thom in Water,  Skin Red
aiid All Swollen,   Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Cured In Two Days,
._ _,.��� c      ���   ��� ...
KmiT.'ild, V. V.. IA "I ro. my Imndu
i',i.ip!>rd nml (lii'y ci'iii'lioil. If T v.'OiiM closo
my ImnrN tiio 1 r.u'li* VioiiM bin d.'   J could
_,�����_ IH--L IHU   tlli'lll  ill   Will I'I' nr
'/r -*. \
'V     ,]   ij ull HvvolliMi. - Tlicy vortv t,
j    ';'/ f'ir" I  rnulil nnt. Kli'cp.'
S\~i7\ tl''''d ovi I'ytblni! I rouUl c:
V      '<    ���"* 'n 'I"1 driiis i.ldi'c,	
Durand, ''-Let'Js-'on 'to be honest and'
all that, but. 1,daresay he,is j.st like
anybody else; only",he happens to'ha^e.'
a ��� bit. of'.money���one. of', those mean,
closo sort of men who never, make a
mistake and'never give away' a: penny,-'
"and wouldn't .stir,a foot ,to help, a pal
In a hole.     " '' -,,���������.-
'..���I.ltnow the' sort, said.'Durand, with
a suggestion of lofty, mora.; di.sa'i>
proval.  ���������'������������" '..'.���      . ;.
.S.lrv.ck/.m'e as, being-.aivxlous. to st lr
more nor,a foot to help that; ibrofher
of his,'' remarked'" Gi'een; 'aiid- Durand
lookcd;.slightly. uncomfortable','
Oh, yoir never know, 'lie 'said';'!
daresay he:had his own.ends to serve;
but he may bo,a. bit dangerous���one
never kno- -s; well,' i'f ho 'is'siveet' on
the' girl,:-wo might.'getr at hjm. that
way. . ,-  '  '
Durand (00k himself'off ''tlien, ,.and
Green wo.nt up to bed';And... (Spent a
'wjetclied night; Tt had'plcftsc'd'hi'm'
���'slrangolyAiL had at'o'hco' touched his
vanity and appealed ���to tli.o. better in-
sllncts of his heart, to" be 'able to
regard himself, ns -Joan's protector,
And now he. liad gono not far' from
betraying, her to "her father,' ������ whom.
Green knew very well to bo her most
dangerous find deadly cno'my. ; Green
could not hldo from, himself ithat he,
of necessity could give but slight help
and comfort to, Jonn in hor'extremity,
which ho well, knew 10, bo,moro desperate than oVt-n she' suspected., 13ut
Thorold���ho. hated Thorold, Ibu'c'did'
ho not partly linte lilm bociuiso of his
very Kt.rciif.th and re's6lutl6n,j tho superb nrrotynieo of a man whaKvi'isi not
i'usea to"fall?--who cbultl-bot'toi; pro-
tr-ot- ,Toii��,ln.''licr;despei:iiti9" pass ' to'
\yh!ch site had 'come than such a man
ris 'ThoroU.? Green 'curaed'Thorold
with all ihu blil-nitv'ii ol! hla heart .v..
ho lay losing lileoplossly upon IiIh
hod. '        ' : ,'  ���     '.
���Sow If I wiih to help,him, help him
real and hourly, ho found lilnisjon'intit-
torlnj. towards ninniliig, nnd ihon In
slu'i'i* surprise sat upright In Ills bed,
Well, l'nr bloHHi'il, what'tin Idea! ho
...claimed, ovorcutnn with'tho most
gi'iiulno and profound iiHtoiilBliniout,
I ni'vor���wliat put. fine)) a ilotlon Inlrt
my head, 1 neviT umid lo hnvo such
ideas. Why Bhould 1 bolp'him wli'Mi
hi'.'n Hiieh a bruit., and 1 halo hlni, and
uu for lur well, we have all io look
out for Municlvi-. in thlH 'World, and
hiivlng arrived dually nt UiIh iioiislblo
ltd and
1 "
Wanted to.Swap .
j* Two' Kansas City lawyers, :wfcos��.
names are withheld for. obvious roa��;
leons, declared that tbey y-eih present
iwhen th'. fb'llQwliijg incident opciy'red;.;
; Uncle' Moses was a chronic thief
livbo usually managed to keep within
the petty larceny limit.. One time
.."miscalculated,' however, and was
sent to-trial-on acharge of? grand-lar-
. Havo you ��� a' lawyer,- Mose? asked
the court.
'"'No; Bali'!'  " """;.'""'
��� Well, to-be-perfectly, fair, I will appoint a\"coi)plei / Sir'. Jones :a.nd Mr.*
Brown'" will act as'"coVuseil'   XA     ; >'
.'-.���<)W^at,s;dat?"...a-:(,.A'*Va    - *. :
= ''Act-'RS'-your.'lawyera-^consult .with
Uiem and prepare to tell me whether
you aro guilty or not guilty. : {
Mose.tfllked ,.to his.attorneys for la
few moments In'husky whispers. The
judge caught"the only word alibi, soy-
eral times .repeated. Then Mose
arose, scratched his Ahead, and -addressed tlie court." A . . ',.-, ; '
��� Jedgp, yoh lionah, he said, cou'rs'o
Ah's only an ign'nn't'niggah,''an*'Ah
don' want toh bothah yoh.Hotah; but
Ah "would stfitinly like toli trade yoh
Honah-ono ob deso yeah .lawyers fob.
a ,'witness." -,   ,   ,
,:'.Th'a little- maid-stood in.the.parlor
doorway, one hand on the" handle.. For
a moment'she"'gazted-at' -'her'���-father,
who was ;prepai*i_g.vto .tako, his ..afternoon nap. Tapa, she said, ,'do yob
know ,what I am- going" to glvo you
for your birthday ,when,it comes?'
No' dear," answered the' fond'father,
but please, tell mo. : , . -,< -....      ��� ������
.A nice, new china shaving mug,
with gold flowers1 on .it'all "ai-ound,
said the little, maid-.,, -  -.,-..  ���.   j  ���
But my dear," explained her parent,
papa has a nice one-like=lhat nlready.
.No he h_.sn!t,.,hls littlo daughter
answered" 'thoughtfully, cos���<ios I've
just broke it.,    ..-���.: .: .-.. a. ''>���-.    . ���������
:,.Nowv children, ��� 6aJd;.. the .Sunday
'can any of you' tell me .what an epistle
i*-?     .���.-.       -A ,' ', . -n   .   . -���   "
"I can, answered a'little-fellow at
the'-foot.o. -the. class.jnAn epistle is
the wife, of an apostle. '������'.     7-
, .Explained Away    -   '���'   .-
The real estate agent js of a hopeful
and' cheery .'disposition���when the properly, ho is trying,to let, Is under discussion. One c: the-guild was trying
hard to ront a rather shabby, sort of
houso.to a homeseeker the other day.
But, protested tho prospective tenant, the house is awfully damp.
My dear sir, replied the "agent, that
is ono'of its-advantages, In case of
flro It .Isn't likely to burn. , ' ""
' And th'e're's "rib water''in the .well,
continued the would-be tenant.
Another advantage, said tho'agent.
In case'your children 'happen to fall
in it'they won't drown, ,, ���,  ',
"��� Guest���Delightful pdrtyyou.are.hav-
lngtontght, old fellow. .   .
���  Host���Yes, I am-giving it. to.my.
wlro. ���  If la tho twelfth anniversary
of her thirtieth birthday.
A Hint to 'Summerero
, C.anoclng and danger
Aro' hand in glove,"'
You full in tlie river
Or cJhc in lovo.
Out of ono pound of compound nickel .and, copper, costing ,abo)i,l 23 cents,
tho United, States government coins
$4'.'BC worth of. live-cent pieces.
"The French aviator wh'o"'hnfl invaded iUi'sRlrtwIllhavo a-dlstlngulslipd na-
tlonal.hlstorlq precedent it' ho decides
lo Ily.back to Fnuioi-* as fast ua cir-
cumslancoa will permit.
Clear's Up' on' Change to Proper Food
dp liiuilly any voile.   Tlm
.Mu uim ml nnd my Imiul'i
k(l j.coiicJuNion.lio Jay tmvl. in hi*;
']   I full into' a h-n'i'iinl uli.Tii."   "'
iuul nil l.linl'i nf oliitmonf.
nnd llu-y ilM mo no rooiI
lilt I ii'i.il Ciitlnira :-..,:.j> r.nd OlMim-iit.
'i'lif'y i'iii'ciI 11 iy tniiiMii ia Uso (J.-ij-.tT. CutJ.
cilia tioli\> iiiiil (;illlli|( A Mi] tins In-at lli���_
'.ii-- .'-   '    '    , A... .'.   ''   '"��� V.    A;;
Uuu. '���:). I'.MI.
>.i- 1lntiHi>\- ft, "Mni'.tr.'.-il, Oiif-licr -
".My onu yi;ir old f>un wifi iivhiIjIi-.I ��Ii)i
cc/.i'i'i'i In tlin f.'ii'p. H hi.'ii'ii-d villi nil-
new nnd (rrltutlcin, tlun It va. lil.o ;< jilmplt'.
'AfUi'iN'aiils It ittoi mi 6|icn fnni Mill: mal-
Wr (��r-7liv; 'int, raiuhift Kclilin; ;nn| |.cr]ilnic
lilm fn.m t-U'i'plnif ut. nli.ht, JI I-i f[in< wm
covcrcil villi crii|itloii4. Aflir unaiirr-i^Uil
���tt 1* iii).',,1 will, il,:r<;i;,t ru1. '.: ', I trt-d
Cuticura Olnliiifiit, ..blcb I v-yl one vo'lj
i;A U '..."J viti:;'" Ul/ eiix-l "' t. r ��� "
i.-ki.'Ai Vi* j. ::. i'.mfi-A,Nc.. i;, luji.
(*ui!'*iira Ponp and Cuil<*ura Olntnii-iitjiro
ft,lA liy Ariittr.itts tun) ��J<.':lr!* iin.,.',.(i.',
I'er 11 Iil'.*r.!lfr.'*>t3rrt'.l(i orivti, villi I'.'J-p.
|nx.I(, icihI |K)t.Lc'jai'd lu ruttcr1 Driii; _Chcio.
C<xp.. l)AA. l:li. Xh'Atjii, V. U.a.
W.  N.  U.  OCO
I    He felt <|ulio comloriablo and coin-
! piiH.d In lils mind In the morning, iuul
wlien bo huw .loan, ho was auluiiluhcd
tu iind himself most curiously dlnlurb-
. cd iigaln.
I i'l'i- one thing eIio Boomed liardly
(invaru ot jurf jir��-.->��;m.'i,', ,ui'�� nun <.i.4i,
... 11 a. .:���,.���:.'id A IY/ n.ill'M i".id
gi-ntlc wonts h" had bi'i-n unci! to from
'.Jounf ho found,himself mining them
i Btrmigcly.     Uu hung rcuiL'HHly. iiboiii
llfr,      pllH.-lllg      iU      KWil't      BUCCl'iihiOll
ilii-iiiigu th 'Hiui'i.. of i',n.u,''liidlgmit]cn
ana trurit aim .i.ii 1 iii-i.h, lm nt i,mi.
ho could bear her cold neglect no
lung'-i. but L'lirsi out in u high whim-
pcrliig twno. , ���
Well, you might 'filifak to a cove,
Mi;.H .loan, ko you might.
I only 1'iii'f to ejicuk to my frlcniln,
k.i'.i. .1.,..'.'., ;mJ v.illl'.'vd :i"'ry fiv-ni
V.Ml. ru y::.i tibn-l, bv ^.r-?"""""
uftor lur, but Miu took no notice.
��� NotliSiiK cot'l havo gallod IiIb vanity mora timu thia w.iy In which she
i:.u(.ii."l bim,     Det.rmltir-d   to   force
.oun' att nilon    from   her,   ho   up-
I.roaclit-d bvr a
Tho brain cannot work with clear*
noss "nnd accuracy. It (h'o food tnlion
is not fully digested, but iH relnlned
lu the litoinueh to fermont and form
liolnoiioiiH giiKCH, etc. A dull, clouded
brain hi lllirly to bo the romilt.
A liuly ri'luton, lior cspeiicnco ln
ch:inj_ln�� her food hnblis, and rtuultu
aro  very  Inti'i'critlng:
"A Hteiidy diet of rich, gro^y foods
such 11s I'.uuyuge, biicliwlii'iit cukes and
ho on, IlimUy.-broko.down.a,Kiojiiiich
and iu'I'vch iliut. by inlwrltfint'e, were
uouud and mrmig, and modiclpe did 110
:i|>PHront r- )d in lho way of -relief.
"My bruin was clouded nml dull and
I wiih (aiUffL-iing from i'i caso of constipation thnt jlelled all r.i.iC'dL.a ui-:ed,
"Tho 'Itoad lo Wtllvillo,' In r.oino
i providential way. k-ji iiiio ni> n;..iu;,,,
, tun!  ii...y  JI.-iui'-j   *Mii"l  \.lr""'.r..-T.
'full on the 111:111 who was Incplred to
I write it.
I    1 followed directions carefully, ilio
I physical culture ami all, using tliapo.-,,
I Xuts with sugar and ei earn,. Ynvlng
liii'.'i'i', pits'iry : uu inn. ui.-'mi, i-iii,M.)>
out of my bill of fan*.   Tho result,���
I 11 i>i in perfect li<*;tlth onco wore.
"I novcr rcali/.o I hnvo inures and
my stomtith nnd bowelH are in lino
condition. My bruin is ptrfectly
clear nml 1 am enjoying Uun state of
hi'ul'iU '..'!'.'���'.b f-'-n,l t'i'''iidr,i ||i�� orrat-
uroB should enjoy and wlik-li oil mlglit
\a\'C, ij. At':,': I'.iiju.i* unpirlf'n to
their food." Nuino ..Ivcn by CaniuV
I-.ni Postum Co., WiuiU'.or. Ont. Head
"Tho }vo;*d  lo WvllvJlh,"    in
,.> The Best Cover for Soldiers' , ;
"Experiments have'been made��� in
Europe ��� to .determine -what .cq.oi* in
a soldier's uniform' ls the least' conspicuous to "an enemy. Of 10 men,
two. were, dressed, ln light, gray uniforms, two in green, two in dark.blue,
and two in scarlet. . All were-then ordered, to .march off, while a group bf
officers remained watching.'
Surprising as-it .may--seem, the first
to disappear.were.the scarlet. ., Then
followed' the dark gray," wliile 'the dark
blue find green remained -visible;attpr
the others ha.l disappeared, say3- an
exchange. '��� l-lxperimen'ts' iri firing ht
blue and-^rpd .-targets, .according -lo
the same experiments," proved ,:that'
blue could-bo moro'.easily-.scen atra
distance-than red.
��� What About the Bait?.   -
An old man was,talking to a bach-
elbr, ' aiid" aaked_ jiim" "why"'lie djdh't
marry.: ."Ho parried .the' qSestioii^by"
telling about different young women
he had known, finding some fault:with
each one.   ,. But it appeared thrCt all
of,them had ,been-married.-,    ���',  ;   .,
'Yoii are in 'danger of'.getting;'left,
said .the .old.man to him^-. , You had
better hurry up beforo it is too late.
Oh,  said .. tlio  bachelor, ��� thero are
just.as, many fish left in,the sea.
'I know' tliat, replied the old man,
but tho bait���isn't-that-in.dr.nger of
becoming stale. *
Youth In Germany ._-
���The .well-known : publicist., M. -. Andre Francois Po'ncet, "^as^3u.t,'i-,_ecn
xnaklng'-'au elaborate Inquiry into1; the
mental; status and splritiial'jb'utlo'ok of
the1-youth of Gerniany,*',nud'-r.ad8;.jB,c-
cording to his conclusions published
in L'Opinion, that 'the German university yo'utli of today is, broadly
speaking,., neither. alert...jaar __w|4p-?i-
wake, hor keenly interested in cbh-
temporiu-y questions. He reads little, observes"little; he is.stolid, self-
satisfied,-without-foresight, Ignorant.
I,lo ls at the beck and call, of the
forces which rule-the-country.,..Upon
-It-the-military-state rests���it is one of
the pillars on whlch.lt raises its hier-
archial' edifice-. * -��� *
' Tho writer considers that the young
men of-the university-form-a caste
which is "closely dlnkedi.wlth tlie caste
of tho ariiiy.    ������- ���-        .'���"������ "���'���    ��- '-'
> The student_Iruttates$lie lieutenant.
Ilo .adopts hip.1 stiff 'ca'rringo.v-hls re:
straliibdiiwalk'.'a Ho wear's.his mustache in tho samo way; ho bows with
the same click of the heels. This uni-
vorsitytcasie isjalsp a. devout supporter of the Government, endof the Gov-
ernmenl,;ii6t' as- represeritiiio _6me
prlnclple''or other, but simply ns such.:
1 The~re,ls, .he goc^on.tUu the German'"
nature,'<'I.-a,will notsay n. natural ,iprv.-
lllty, but aii Inborn tendency to obedience, an inveterato respect for .power.
The youth of tbe'university shares the
septiniwifs .with .the , majority{ but
olheiv c6.n.idei*at.ipn eilte.rjin'to hK'til-'
titude. The attachment of tho slii-
,de!nt'.Jan'd-also? 'of,jthe professors;to
tho��� Government"1- 'due no'doiibt to-a
sincere c9iivictlon that on it.the.na-
tib'naT.'gr"e1atncsa."depends.'.-' :But 'this
conviction is further strengthened by
the knowledge of ;the advantages .to
be found'ln'S'ubservlanc to tlio-p'ow-
ers that be. The cry of the fctomach.
(sic) is ln harmd'njMwill. Uh'ef cry-- of;
the heart.
Among, the German -students is
found*!,!-) 'tra'jfe'ol^the intellectual measles, i.whichA^EefJies.. on .tho",,ryoung
Frenohma'n���an Kngllshman for'1'that
matter���in the first-year of university
life," and passes .off in .a harmless,
even 6alutary.""_r.i_tioJh of redJtles'r
The writcr'S'-cohcitisio'n..is: Tli'e .yoHth"
of Germany today does not resemble
���tho��.'ybung .man-.-of. 18.30. .-.-.lie ;doeB.
not' march in the vanguard toward
d future'of liherty a'nd consolation. He;
bends his neck to the yoke, and does
not find'it. galling. -   '������ ''-'������   "
Catarrh Cannot -Be! Gurei*:'
with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, "as lhcy Cftntiotirfac.
the ecat ot tlio disease. Cnhirrli ls 11 blood or conetl-
tullonnl disease, ��ml In of der to cure lt you must take
Internal rc-incdies... Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, arid acts directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall'a Catarrh Curo is not a.quark me-dl-
clne. II was.prescribed by one of the best physicians
In this country (or-years ancl IS a re. ular-prcii'rliitlon.
It Is composed of tlio best tonics known., combined
With tlio best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho
mucous, surfaces. .Tho perfect .combination ��� ot lho
two Ingredients Is' what produces such wonderful r.
tults.iu curing catarrh. Bend for testimonials, free;
F. J. CHENEY _ CO.. Frops., Toledo. CX
Sold by DrucRlsts.prleo 75c.
Take Kail's Family I'Ula fa- ncnstloatlon.
���The Development of Aviation
y A- ncwliydro-aii'oplano, designed by
"an Italian, is engaging the attention of
tho British Admiralty, -.alt1 is said to
havo remarkablo stability In both1 air
and water. Two mechanics., c^n
climb"nbout,-,the.machine .while it.is
In full flight, nnd it is as easy to .tee^.1
n,s"a light boat. Flying with a 100.
lio'rstjpower engine,-.��� Its 'pilot has car-
,rled four passengers. Events in tho-
development of aviation nro moving
rapidly,        .,. 	
The Empire's'Population ,
According to tho estimates of Wh'l't-
akcr, tho entire population of'tho British Empli-o Is 43-1,286,050, and tho total area- 3.,158,712 'square, miles, o��
whicli 121,512 nro In Europe, 2,187,-
CDO in Asia, 4,.lS,24f�� in North America, and-3,214.085 ln-A.iifltralla., Tho
population of tho United Kingdom,
rather than' decreasing, hns boon
stoadlly-increasiiig., The,..census of
1841 showed a population o'�� 20,730,-,
029; that of 1851, 27,300,029;'in'1801,
the papulation was 28,927,485; In 187.1,
31,484,061, ln'l881,*84.'88'f,84R; in 1801,
37,888,-139; In 1901, .41458,721 und In
1011 tho census enumeration Bliowed
a population"of 45,210,74.a.
It wafl nn tlin Augustc- Victoria,
homeward bound, that two'AniorlcttrtS,
a Frenchman and an Englishman wero
iliscuHfilng tho rolallvo value of European and American waiters, with the
balnnoo niucl. In favor of tho' trans-
Atlantic variety, To llluslrato lils
point, the American related tho.pxpcr-
lenco of a Now Yorlcor In a Ilioad-
way cato, whose bill of faro afforded
a choice of mliic.o plo, cherry plo, cub-
innl plo, anft opplo, . You mny bring
mo, paid tho guest, a piece o��, apple,'
of cherry, nnd of ciiKturd plo. .
Woll, ojaculatcd tho waiter, what Is
the matter with tho mlnco plo; Ror?
After tho laugh had HiiliHidCHl. tho
Englishman leaned ncropn tlio tablo.
Bog pardon, Dr, Kmlth, but whnt was
thu matter  with the mlnco plo?
A man nt n recent dog show notipod
n   r,?rMy ,Uf\  rrr\f\r\''r flVrtllllf.  n<* If nn*/-
-/.led. 'Ho wont over lo luv; and said:
I-avdon.Hit', ii��t can't, vou uud iuu,..i.ii-
ncl you wish'.' If not, I -liall bc
glad to a'stlit you.
Oh thank you, she replied. Would
you mind iibowlng mo w!>r��ro they oro
VviiiMtin-' tho nronn rrevhonudi.
1    His First Drink. .   , -
'Ills'first drink of milk in twenty
years was taken by a" west of England
farmer, the other day. The, occasion was the'.opening of .1 new* co-operative milk depot at Bath. Tlie
farmer 'himself declared" that "he hud
not drunk a glass of milk for twenty
years before attending this gathering,
when he had a drink, for the novelty
of the. thing, and was delighted with
'the' tasto. *  ���'        '���������: ."
/,_ -j -���".���Wlt;and*:Theology j :��� -
Artcv. ...Daniel StracKan, of Tovonto,
a"ii".'eniinent''_Presbyterian divine, was
given, an'''hpliorary degree at Queen's
University' recently. Though. Dr.
Strachan is not noted for his spright-
li'nesV-in-Jche--pulpit, ho brought-down
tho house,.at^cdnvocation by -one re-'
mark.      ������ - ��� ;  .-
. l;:am ,de?o]y gratetiil,,for this honor, lie' said. I'am personally grateful, because ;it> is one- of,the'few things
which a .man gets in' this lif? "which
he. is not" compelled tbi'takc home aud
turn over to his wife. ,  .
..���Dr.' Strachan.also.tpkl./.a good story
ot examination si' .referring to .those
subjects which wo could'''write;' most
about because .wre :knew* least.'. Ho
said he was ono day talking-to.a distinguished professor'' jind-'^saniiher at'
.Queen's." about a certain student. The
���professor said. that.ithf. student had
written a? very voluminous paper on
a certain subject. ��� But, lie "added, it
he hac'. had,another,half hour1 to write
ho would certainly' havo 'plucked himself-. - .''���������     !""
Mlnard's.Llniment-Cures Distemper
���   ���    '     ���   .i .      i_l  '   "- I ,   ���.    ��� ,        t
:.,Advice for Hot Weather   ,
.For those much concerned, .about
the excessively hot weather the follow*
ing advice by Assistant Surgeon Gen.-
t\V. G; Pucker, of tho'U.S.A. .Army
*will .bouseful.   -��� ���   ,::���-,,
First of all being cool ls���\argely. a
condition''of mind. Ono who .wants
tO'ko^p cool should make up his mind
'to bo.'Btlll-f-ln other words not to'produce hbat.V Heat is caused-by burn-
ing of tho\ human tissues, and tho
tissues are'liurhed by action or move--
mont.      ������.        ... ���'  ; ,,
Ono should avoid moats In hot wea-
Uior; should eat cooked vegetables
and; avoid-green, fruits becauso they,
upset tho digestion and invito intestinal attacks. Of course every, human
has to produco ,a certain,' amount of
heat, but thoro Is a sclencs in getting
rid of thi. hont that Js llltlo known to
tho a vera go man. Ventilation of
clothing and of offices romoves the
heat thi.t onvclppos, tho body.
Another thing; Don't cat or drink
anything with, whoso family- history,
you are not acquainted. Patronize
only ro'slaurantn of known cloiiullnosi.
for opportunities .for tho spread of
diseaso through water and food aro
increased enormously'In warm won-
; Asthma Is ^o'rtiiVe." No one who
hasn't gi'.sped-f6i'-'-bv.aUi iii the.'-power
of asthma knows what such -suffering
is. Thousands do.��� ,kno\v, however,'
from .experience how" immeasurable is
the relief provided by that marvellous
p'rep'ara'fion; I'r J: D. Kellogg's Asthma Hemedy. For years it has been
relieving nud cu/ing the most severe
cases, lf you aro a sufferer do not
delay a day in securing this remedy
from your'druggist.. ;,..'��������� 7
Taught Scholars to Smoke
Although Lord' Mothim ��� .-finds the
habit, of, (smoking, on the increase
among women,' it'"Is not'so''prevalent
among children as It used-tol be. Ac-
cqrdlngto John Ashton, under Charles
I, it was not only usual .for- women
to join '.lho. men. in., smoking, but In
Worcestershire the "children went lo
school with pipes In .'their, satchels,
and the schoolmaster called a halt iu
their studio', while they all -nmokpd
and ho taught ,tbo neophyte. Thomns llearne records that h. iho time of
the phigud'ofLondon In 3605, children
wore obliged to buioJio.
Minard's   Ulnlment  Cures  Garget  In
��� How soon do you Btart on your trip
to Europo? asW.il-11 mnn of a -friend
ho chune'ed to meet ono moriilng.
I had to glvo It-up, replied the
other.,. ,    ,
' \Vliy eo? Inquired tlio Ilrst. ���
Woll, you hco, nald tho man, my
wlfo went und ordered her clothed for
tho trip, and when tho hilln were paid
there was abHOlutcly. .110 monoy left to
go with.
Mrn, HnWiiEon���Aml you wero up
the Ilhlne?'
Mrs, Do JoncB.���I should think fo;
right to tho river top. What ai -splendid view thero lit from tho*'summit!
Mrs. .lordan had idoii's ontlio way
children should bo reared. Her young
hopeful Tommy cniiHcd lier a llt'tla
anxiety I" this respect, Now and
again, therefore a serious polltoacsH
lecture was-administered.
Now, Tommy, dear, sho skirled, imp-
posing you accidentally Htcppcd upon
a' ftomloniaw's' foot, wtuit-wviuUI you
I would Bay 'Beg your pardon!'
That's my��� own Htllo. hou.!',untiled
tho pleas.;, mother. Ami..if the g.'ii-
tlemaii gave you a penny for your
polituncBU what .would you r-ay'!
'JM10 Innoconf look paeso'd from Tommy's, eyes na lie quickly unswi-red;
Why, I would Bland on lho other
foot and eny 'Beg pardon!,' ngnlit of
Quite Enough
Fir .liinios cin'U'litoivBi'ow'u'f, Biiyn
tho Liverpool��� Pout, can.tell, a good
ntnry Hgnln��r..liln countrymen. Whon
lio was "in .Tamacln, rome years ngo,
yoanilng for the noclcty ot a brother
Scot, ho iiRki'd a colored gciitlfinnn
If thoro wero many ScoiKiiu-n to ho
found in tho islimd, Not..mnny, replied the native, Ji'mt a few���hut quito
cnoitf-;.. ��� .-���    ���
i'hr-rfts a vf-iip.".'.).'
Ever read the above letter?
-.1 its and wliis-ln-ictJ ��>"3-jone appea.-a from time lo lirr
Li't flcnutne, tn"��.
A new
Tho present population of Mexico
in placed at approximately 15,500,000.
No attempt has linen mado to figure
ont what it would ho if the disturbances of the last tow years had not
What do y<m think l>.ive Durau.l mterett,
The Howe of Truth
Uncle Joe I'nnnoii, nt. -t.u-puUlkuu
luncheon in  IJnnvillo, tilted a llltlo
hlgh.'r the cigar In tho corner of hia
iimiith nnd Hald urtinly:
Theso muckriikUig v.vltcr.i call me
     r.anu'ff.     Woll. gentlemen, truth lies
and 'ful* nf'bi'imVnlot the. bottom of a woll, but 1 hat does
J uot ticct'SKahly intuit uu iukv..U.
'Why Woirten Have Nerves
The ���'bluc.V���anxiety���ilceplessncts-rami warnings ot j-aln 311J JiVl^"
trcis arc ficnt by the nerves like flylnjj mc$scnf{crs tluoucliout body and'^
limbs, ��� S��ch l-ellnfs may or way not bc accompanied by backache or
headache or bearing down.  The local disorders nncl inflammation, if there
is any, should bc treated with Dr, Pierce's Lotion Tablet!.  Then lho
nrrvom ?y��l. m and the entire womanly make-up feels*the Ionic d/ccl of
XL     l_M-_nw_Ml<_-l        Om   ''WMMMMM-a-MMMW*nMMM-����
, ,   ..  v. .jJL* - .,        '���-M_.J^r*a :
-.A 1.1...    _,___-_.____ ____.__�����_ I   _ __. ��� ^ _ j.\ .   *   *   I at  ti   _____*   _ at  It .1
when taken jystenki
hut \us, given-iiiilfofl
the tingle purpose of
and for anyj|K|loil of Umc., It Unot a"curcall,"
���.faction foirjoyor forty ^axit b4ln_dMf_n.il for
rtU woman';! peculiar sd!mcnts,r
Sold in llquld./or^a or fn.i.ls l>y
drujJUUl*-oir cend 50 one-cent
Sfltamp* for a box of Iir. Pierce**
Favorite Prescription Tablets.
Ad. Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
r.orm'itnnian iiiih l�� _m��vii TA��
PtapUi Ctmmtrt iitutt MiJktl Jit.
ni* h.R.v. rtiHt,-M.Jh ,100a
r*fr'i  il aatun *attOtai af tn���
I-fy.lhirt tiit^fjctti fir Imlt
'���rr I
hlrl fiitjpjc,
mifqtp ll'i lb tmtt-
ttaeU ittu tn Vtti*uit<mi,  Sini
it) ion-Militia',*! t* Dr. Pirn* mi ���**��.
*    (>r*Jf &X41**T-Jl    t v..
Cut out cathartic* and purgatives.   They
fcrutal-harbh-uimcccssary. 1 ry
Purclyvf.fetablc, Act
Iffnljy on lhe liver,
Cum Con-
Sitkjtiadache and Indigestion, us millions know.
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.
Genuine must bear Signature
The   EXCELSIOR   Life
Insurance     )ocofpor��t��l 1889       Compary
Ai.'c'i Nearly
Altt'.ute Security
Liberal Profit*
Sho Spoko tho American Language
He waa proud of his linguistic ability waa this American dentist. Ho
didn't boa&t being a polyglot, but
with an English partner who was himself reasonably accomplished In languages he did manage to take caro of a
thriving business In Buenos'Aires with
less than the ordinary linguistic difficulties that confront an American lu
aaforeign land.
Naturally; he didn't expect trouble
in-making himself, understood when a
young woman was ushered ln from the
reception room of hia oflice: She'was
manifestly a person of brpedlng, lu
Portuguese, the language of Argentina,
ho asked her wants.
Unconiprehendlngly she shook hothead. ,    ' ���>
fie smilingly tried the French:
Que voules-vcus, method of making
himself understood.
Obviously 'she was still In the dark.
His partner essayed a littlo'assistance iu Spanish. Que quiere V? he
She but shook her head the more
He tried Parlato ltaliano and his
partner came at her- with Spree hen
Die Deulsch? each with equal lack of
In despair tho American turned to
tho Englishman. What in hell does
she speak? he asked.
A happy smile illuminated the woman's face. That's .ir, she said; I
.Imply speak United Slates. I have
a wisdom tootlil want treated.
A ��� /NONBhMfyEk SAC\77
Tl enewExca'iior pclirycantrach ivrediebest (orprotection,
tare linen*, or'.o rravids lunds for liquidating mortjigei, etc
"      Money to Lots      - ,
Vacenc'eifor a^enli nivfna ci.hrior.tire or ip>re tin'.o ,,
Apply cither I) Prcrinc'kl   Office.   Winnipeg, Edmonton,-,
SnikiUoo, VancoLT.r or to lie d oificr. Toronto   ,
Ideal . Silver
Cream Is n .dentine- propa nil ion
'specially .adapted
for clcnnliiK nil
kinds of P1LVKR
GLASS." or WINDOWS. ��� II is n
purely vegetable
compound and
does nol contiilu
any Injurious substances. Any nrt-
IcK-i polished wlili
{D1CAL will nc-
-Quti-o n beautiful
lustre Uiat will not
Toi-   salo  by   all
Wlien you aro Tired Mentally .
Are you weary? Breathe more; eat
lees. ,'   ���' "
Active "exercise will. not rest you
from mental work.
When you are tired with mental
work, says a well known physician, do
not think you must take active exorcise.. That will- mak.* you inoVe
weary. All you need is rest and more
air in your lungs. Sit down quietly
and comfortably and breathe deeply
twenty-five time-;. Rest.ti moment
aud repeat..
��� ���Thlt; air forced Iuto t.he body removes the waste material which makes
you Aveary.
Don't eat all you want.
Food not needed for -support of the
system la so much extra work for lhe
body and requires more air to dispose of it. '*���
���This regimen will diminish your
grocery bill nncl save your shoe leather.
Relics Made to Order
Gettysburg relics have always been
highlv" prized by the souvenir loving
people of America. Recognizing this
an enterprising German established a
relic -.factory a few miles from Gettysburg some fifteen years ago and did
a thriving business until he was' 'exposed.'    -
It is said I hi1- twenty-nine people
were 'employed manufacturing rusty
swords, bayonets, rifles and all sorts
of military trapping. .     ���  -
���  Mas. VJinsloWs Soothing Syri-p lias be��a
- used for over SIXTY YKARS by MILLIONS <)t
MO.TI1BKS   for'their   CIUl.DRKN ' Willi,!?
3.a_ETHINO,Wilh  I'SIU'EC.   SUCCESS.    It
'���"AO.A.Y.S all PAIN ; CURBS WIND COLIC, and
A'is the best remedy tor UIAKRIIQCA. Il ts absolutely harmless,- Be sure and nsk for "Mm.
' IVhislow'B Soothing Svrup," nnd tuiiS no other
kind.   Twenty-live cciits a bottle.  ' _
What  caused you to  walk out
prison in that offhand way?
Well, replied the recaptured con/ict,
I suppose it was the sama thing that
made me leave home '. in the first
place.     It's a case'bf wanderlust.'
Rsvcries of a Bachelor
One sweetly solemn thought
I biess, with soul serene.
I'm safe from leap year accidents
Until Nineteen.,"Sixteen!       ���    ���
No si-.ason of the year is so, dangerous to the life of little o.;ies as is
the sunim..-. The excessive heat
throws':the, little stomach out of order so quickly that unle_3 prompt aid
is at hand the baby may- be beyond all
human help .before the mother realizes
lie is ill. Summer is the season
when diarrhoea,- cIk.lem' infantum,
dysentery ind colic are "most prevalent. Any one of these troubles may
prove deadly if not promptly treated.
During the summer the mother's best
friend is Bab; s Own Tablets.- They
regulr.te the bowels, sweeten the stonv,
ach and keep baby healthy. The
Tablets are sold by medicine dealers
or at 25 cents a box from The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
Licenses Show a Steady    Declins" In
England and Wales A
The latest statistics Issued- b.v the
Home Office In regard to tha operation and administration of the laws
relating to the sale of intoxicating
liquors in England and Wales provide
some very instructive figures. Whether these figures go to prove Britishers
are becoming u more sober nation- or
not readers can form their own opinions, with' the'pln.'ji, undiluted,, facts
before ibeni. At the beginning of the
last fiscal year there were in England
and Wales 91.P47 premises licensed for
the si'.lo of alcoholic stimulants to be
consum.d on or eff such premises, and
which u.re known as on-llcenses. In
addition, ihere were 2.1,115 premises
llcensod for tl.e sale of such stimulants to be consumed off iho premises
and which referred lo aa off-licenses,
These figures, jr. might be noted, give
an average of about three licensed
houses for eacli 1,000 of the population.
One outstanding feature revealed by
theso statistics is that the number of
licensed- houses has for somo years
been steadily decreasing. The year's
figures show a decrease of 1,237 in
the on-license and 323 in tho off-licenses. Since 1895 the number of
oii-licenses has gono down from, 103,-
341 to 31.247, and during the same
period the off-licenses have been reduced from 25,405'to 24,115. In considering these reductions it is well to
bear in mind the increase In the population, over 4,000,000 during the,period in question. .,,      ^
Paris Growing Old j
What will Paris bo if the edict which
the Prefect of the Seine has just sent,
forth' pr.vea Irrevocable?   Tho   most
distinctive featureof Parisian life will
be shorn of muc_ of its glory.     For
the, paltry sake of making the life of
pedestrians more comfortable the possibilities of the cafe are to be curtail-,
ed.    Th. famous terrasses where in
tlio open air all that.is distinguished.,
ln Paris sometimes rests for an aper- j
itif, and discusses politics, "love, art!
ar.d literature, tho terrasses are to be I
nan;owed.      They  must not  extend!
beyond a third of the pavement, and '
a Paris atrcet will look like the bad j
Imita.'on of itself whicli New York oc-i
easkuially provides.     Arts and letters ;
will suffer a profound misfortune, for '���
tl.e human spirit' will never again bc
so free cooped up In a narrow space.
Orators and poets will have no room
to wave, their l'orlatory, or supplicating anus.
The female house fly lays from 120.
to 150 "eggs at a time, aud these
mature in two weeks. Under favorable conditions the descendants of a
single pair will number millions in
three months. Therefore all housekeepers should commence using
���    ' "Equal Rights
You say a pedestrian has rights the
same as a motor car?-asked the querulous person. . ,
Certainly,��� replied the policeman,
Woll maybo ho has', But I can't
help wondering what would ..happen to
nie if 1 went along the street making
the same kind of noise as some1 of
ihoso automobile horns.
��� early in the season, nnd thus cut off
a large proportion of the summer
Minard's   Liniment   Curc3   Diphtheria
Bridling the Mississippi
.The Mississippi river is cutting a
now channel near Meiiphis,' Tenn.,
and unless government engineers are
successful . . checking - the hungry
stream, Memphis may be left high and
S'oni.ililo. bettor than linen and no
laundry bills.' ' .Wash It- with soap and
Water. All stores or direct. Stato utyle
��� nd filze. Foid 26c. "wo will mall you.
'   68  Fracer Avenue, Toronto, Ontario
writ* lor my FRCg book. TIIK HOST INSTRUCT IVI
, UKincai. noon kveix wkitt km,it tki.i.s aix about then
lllSKASfS onil tlio RKUAHKAHI.K rilKl'.S KPrKCTBD by
Ull'i Ihe remedy (or YOi'R OWK ullmnnt. Don't und ��� 6**1.
AbioluielyFREB. No'fallownp'ctrculari. l)K LSCLIKO
Uxu. co, liAVKKSrocit KB, IIami'di ilad, London,_n��
The Heart of a Piano is the
Action.   Insist on the
"Otto Nigel"
Piano Action
.WANTED at once
ITF^TiTileT"ffo"m~tlie course of-the'
stream. Her'harbor facilities will be
ruined and the city left with the mud
'bank between its fine levee and ..the
stream. Government engineers are
now wrestling with the problem and
declare''the/ will win out.
For several years th: turbulent Mississippi, raging like a hungry lion, has
been eating railroads, houses and
farms, crunching them in Its muddy
maw and carrying them do\v:i to tho
Ouir. During last yt-ar the hungry
si ream ran against what looked like
an Insurmountable obstacle. A sheer
wall of hard rock appeared and,residents of Ilopefleld point, opposite
Memphis, fell that the rock would
ruin its appetite. But the river has
undermined the rock, and Is at its old
frolic of converting farms into nothingness.
Government engineers nr.- now
weaving1 a mat of willows into a great
carpet a milo long and 200 feet wide.
When this Is completed it. will be loaded with rocks. Then a pile driver will
pin It to the bottom. It ls believed
this will stop the erosion, If lt <1ocb
not, oiigineei'ri assert thero will bo nothing loft, but to let Uie river take the
courto It chooses.
The old farmer was making hi
ual weekly call.on Mrs. Wiggins.
P'tfbters is'good this morning, madam, he said, casting. an admiring
look at the basketful he had brought.
' Oh, is they? retorted' Mrs. Wiggins. .That reminds nie. 1 wants
to have a word' with you about them
you sold me last week. - How "is it
that them at the bottom o' the basket is so much smaller than them on
the top?       ' _   '      ~     , ' .    ' '
Come about 1-ke this, replied old
John, a knowing look on his face.
by the timo 1 get a basketful dug .the
last'ones is about twice the'size of
the first.    ���'  ���
The Oil of Power.���It ls not claimed
for Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil that it
will cure every i".., but its.uses' are so
various,that it may-be looked'iipon as
a general pain killer. It has achieved
that greatness for Itself and all attempts to sin pass it have failed. Its
excellence is known lo all who have
tested Us virtues and learnt by experience.
Donald was leaving his native village for parts unknown,. Sandy his
friend, invited all lho friends and
neighbors to the home to glvo Donald
a royal send-off.' Ab is customary at
theso gatherings, liquid refreshments
wero serve I without sLint.
About fl o'clock Sandy, nol Iced Donald going round bidding the guests
goodbyo. Your no going yet, Donald,
ho said In sunrise, '
Nn, I'm no goin' yet, answeied Donald, bur 1 thocht I'd bid 'em all goodbyo whllo I knew 'om.
The King's Cholristers
There are ten boys in London who
every Sunday ar.d on State occasions
wear suits' of clothes that in each instance cost something llko $200. The
lads thus expensively and brilliantly
attired are the choristers belonging to
the King's private, chapel in St,
James'.. Palace. AVhen arrayed in
their Gtato suits they are truly a gorgeous "sight. ���
Scarlet cloth. ia tlie foundation "of
this costume. Bands'of Royal-purple
between rows of heavy gold lace are
the adornments.' ��� Old lace ruffles are
worn at the neck and wrists. These
ruffles are so valuable and so difficult to ^replace that they are worn
only on the most special occasions.
At other times white lawn- bands take
their place. The boys must tako the
greatest care of'' their suits whicli
must .endure three years. Tho undress suits are replaced every eight
months. The choir is one of the
historical..institutions of Great Britain, and many of Irs old-time customs
including the "dress of the boys, are
retained io this day; The choir has
numbered among its singers sucludis-
tlngulshed musicians as Arthur Sullivan; Edawrd   Lloyd, Sir   John   Goss,
It ls the right of- the head'hoy to
demand a guinea as spur money, from
pnv officer entering the chapel wearing
spurs. It is said that when Arthur
Sullivan was head boy the Duke of
Wellington would always' como spurred to the chapel, in order that
he might have tho pleasure of paying
the forfeit to his favorite chorister.
The Best Liver Pill.���Tlu action of
the liver, is easily disarranged. A sudden chili, undue exposure to the elements, over-indulgence ln some favorite food, excess in drinking, are a few
of the causes.- But whatever may be
the cause, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills
can be relied upon as the best corrective that can be taken. They are
.the leading liver pills and they have
no superiors among such preparations.
PcrsonH to work for us
In spnro timo' nt home. No oxpoiionco
required With our NEW AttT COLORING PROCESS Knny and fnsclnntln��
work. Good pay. No canvassing. Wrlto
for ItiiitrurtloiiH (froo).
313 Colle.c Street, Toronto, Canada.
The Difference Wao Inside
A young preacher picked up Bishop
Plr-rnVri hul  , .ul pur. It on his own
head and It was pxnelly a fit.
Why, BlKhop, mild lie, your head and
mine are exactly the nnmo slv.o.
Yen, replied lho Bishop, on tht*- onl-
Too Good to Loss
.liick���Now that your engagement It
broken, nro ynu going to mult. Hliuudio
bpikI bai'li your IoIipi'h?
Hurry���You lx.1. r am, I worked
Inml thinking out Hioho lellort. They
nre worl It   Hlng ngaln.
Dusy Women of Prominence
Tho wives ot he members ot tho
new Dutch Cabinet nro all woikers In
some sphere of labor, as tho following
1I3C shows:
Mmo. Zahlol, wife of the rromlor,
Is a ii ofiicial pai'liauiontnry Bhorthand
writer. ���*"
Mme. -Brandos, wife of tho Finance
Minister, u sculptor.
Mmo. Mime*., wife of tho Defenco
Minister, a H.hool lonelier, with a
dpgi'oo In mntliomatlcfl, president of a
woinon'n suffrage society,
Mine. Nlolson, wlfo of the Minister
of l.diu'atlon, a surgeon.'
Mine, Prnl.rB.n, wife of the Minister
of Agriculture, i�� an Indol'ntlgiiblo agriculturist.
llo'dilc���Mummy, nm I divieemled
D out n iiionUpy?
Mollicr--I couldn't tidi you, thar, '
novcr Know any of your father's people,
I'r'iniiluri- gray   hairs
good lo dlo youug.
BOt. a box or uU hoxeu tor $2.50,
nt all dealcro, or The OodtJi Mcdl-
el-it Company, United, Toronto,
W, N.  U. 060
A poinpoim pliyHlclan who wat In-
elliii'il to orltlfilzo othci'H woh wiitch-
Ing a Htoiicmiuon build a fenco for
hiu neighbor, and thought, iho mtiwin
���, tin using too much mortar, Ho
mild: Jim, mortar covers up a good
many nilstake.-i, does It not?
Yos, doctor, ropliod Ilio miison, nnd
so does tho npailo.
Adolpl.iia���U'b nn awful ehamo. My
llUlu nephow got hold of that poem I
wroto to you and torn It to Hhrodu.
Augusta���So tho little follow onn
road alioadyV ���        	
If you  measured every  poi-son In
una court, hum tiiu iiit.'Uicai nviiiichs ui i
lb:-  L-'i.Aoii   A.!"Ylit';i   court   recently, (
you would find thut, uo one hns a pnlr
or leg* of equal length.
That, i.i mt'i.r tlUquIuiliifi, remarkod
Well,  Hald  iho  doctor,  no ouo  Ih
M) 111111 I'll iflll.
Billions of Nlckelt
I   According to Ohnlrmon .Ticlinior of
j iho International   exhibition   of   tbo
moving picturo arlt, now running In
Now  Yorlc,  0.38O.00O.O0O  nickels nre
\,;Ai\ iuiiuwlly iu Mm VoA'.iA A'.aUa b;
patrons of tho moving picture then-
i.-.j.   Tlio total r��*cdi>f:i for larA year
i wero $31!>,bd0.uou.       Hi*   miiiuuri.c
Inifnt Ih proof of the adage T. at tail
)<i,ikt irom littlo movim gr.A-as II
an j' proai ���his nt'cdi-d.
A (orrospondiMU complain* that)
cuMulv rrU'Utt. it* pU>cd out. Wli��-r��;
doi-'d iio fViK-ct U '��> ho Played. I
The Language Might, She Couldn't
Tho Moberly (Mo.) Monitor ls telling this Jlltle story on a lawyer there.
II happened whon a court witness was
a negro woman, whoso reply, to ovory
query was: I think ao.
Finally the lawyor roso and pound-
rd on Uio desk, Now you look ho,*i,
ho roared, you cur. out that thinking
busIiiPSH and answer my (liiostion..
Now talk.
Mr. Lawyer man, said the witness,
Mr. Lawyer man, you will have io
'bcuso mo, I can't talk without thinking.  ^_
Untangle It Youroelf
This article uny�� oloomargailno in
mado of hoof fat,
Yes, nnd the ponton who oat a lots
of It will ho fat.
Well, If bpof fat maliPH a porson bo
fat thlH Is nothing to boot' at.
The Hunger-Strlker'a Home
MiiHlor of lho hotiHC���Wlint'H Imp-
ponlng nbout lho dinner, Mary?
Mivld���'Knild tlioro ain't going to
bo nono, Hlr!
MaHlei���Wlinl? No dinner!
Muld���No. nlr. Tlio mlHHiis hns
come: home from jail an' ate up everything In tho houso!
A man's roputatlon Is whal his ful-
lowtueii think of lilm; his characU'r
Ih what Ood known of lilm.
Horse-Ralo'.ng Experiment
An experiment in the    raising    of
horns is now being mado ih tho Yukon territory about 175 miles west of
White Horse,     Owing to the abundance of line lands'available for pasturage in Alaska and- Yukon, should
the experiment meet with success the
raising of horses will become an enormous Industry Iir these reglo-'.s. After the horses have lived for fiome lime
in Ui3so localities their   hair   grows
longer as a method of Nature to protect thom from tho cold.   Horses have
ovon boi-Mi seen with a crop of hair
as thick and long as that of a buffalo.
'Twenty-five brood mares were imported Trom Vancouver nbout a year
ago and placed   on   tho   experiment
ranch on tho Duke nlvor.      All of
these arilnmls have got through tho
winter well.      Some horses brought
from tho Oregon ranges to do transport atloi work Iti .1011 Included bov-
ernl mares which foaled last spring
and their colts a'.l lived and were hard-
lor animals than their ancestors.     It
la believed that whon tho horses are
natlvo to tho   regions    tholr   added
hardihood will gently lncrcaso tholr
av.illab.llty for    triuisporlalli n    purposes*
���         i��j���
Corn Growing In Western Canada
Ai tho Brandon cxpui'lmontal farm
Hii.ceHHitil   experiments   havo   boon
mado In corn raining.   In fact, ho successful! havo been tho attempts that
tho department of iigrlculluro Ih urging tho farmers of that province to go
lu for corn raining and Is pointing out
to thom tho advautago of that sort of
farming.   Corn raising will in no way
Interfere  with wheat raising.      Tho
department biikr'oh(�� tlint lho farmer
plant corn on tlm land that otlmrwlHo
would   bo  put  Inlo  Hummer  fallow.
Nol only would be hnvo the advantage
of  a  corn  crop,  but lho  miccecdlng
whPiU prop can bo handled ul Ions expense than nfior tho Hiimnior fallow,
It Ih tlgured out tlui'  wheat nftor
corn contH Ii'i cpntx per bushel to grow
and tbi'Mli,   while   wlmnt   following
aiimmor  fallow  costs  ill  poiiIh   por
Biggest Surveying Jobs
Two of the biggest jobs of surveying
ever, attempted are the. marking of the
boundary between Alaska and Canada,
which ha., just been completed, and
the marking of the southern boundary
of Canada, whicli is now in progress. }
Eoth surveys are of a difilcult nature,
and the Alaskan boundary par'ticulary
so because ofthe moiintainouj and,'in
parts, inaccessible- character ' of the
regions traversed'.'
Tho most difficult part of the line
was that starting at Mount St. Ellas,
on the southernc'shore of the peninsula
of Alaska, and running southeast along
eighty-three peaks of the coa-t raugo
to the head of the Portland channel,
a "distance of about 700 miles. Much
of this section of the b.undary was inaccessible, and could only, be reached
.where it was crossed by inlets connected with the sound that parallels
the coast. From these points the
peaks that mark the boundary, as well'
as the topography along the lineTwere
located and.mapped by triangulation^
Tho line running north from Mount
St.,Ellas to the .'.'rctlc ocean was not
so;difficult of access, although it lies
over glaciers and some of the highest
mountains in the,world, but the work
of marking was ln many ways more
like Arctic exploration than an ordinary job of surveying. This line runs
duo north and south, following tho
141st meridian (longitude west from
Greenwich), and is now marked'by
188 stone monuments set about three
miles apart. Everything had to bo
packed from the base of supplies, and
for this purpose 200 Americans'and
Canadian-horses wero used. Tho total length of the Alaskan boundary Is
1,507 miles,' nnd 'the cost of sir.-veylog
It was $1,500,000.
As to Leprosy In America
Dr. Rupert Blue's assertion beforo
the convention of the, American Medical Association that leprosy is increasing steadily in tho United States and
that  there  is  consequently  need of
closer government supervision has an
aarming aspect.    In the   absence-   of
statistics showing definitely what lho
growth of tho terrible pest amounts
to, it remains a   question,   however,
whether the grounds of alarm aro as
serious as Dr. Blue's statement would ,
appear to imply.    K wo look around
us  for  evidence,  where  is  it   forthcoming?     In the city���of Pittsburgh.
for example, there has been but ono
case of leprosy in many years, the sufferer being a Chinaman, who .somehow
drifted in here, ai d who was promptly
seized and placed in isolated confinement at the pesthouse.    What is true
as to .'this city ought to furnish a fair
indication of general conditions.     It
may bo that Dr. Blue refers particularly to the Pacific coast, where, immigrants from the Orient are prone to
bring In contagion or its germs,     If
so  it is  unfortunate that he should
generalise and create needless perturbation.     In tho face of his alarmist
statement, lt may be stated with confidence that in Pennsylvania, far from
being on the increase, leprosy lias not
even a.perceptible foothold.,
Bhaba Grass
grass_grows���in���groai_iituin' - ���
tltiej throughout India and extending
into Afghanistan. It is extremely fibrous and strong, and as paper pulp
material now holds first placo in In--
dia, whero 50,000 tons are annually
made Into p.ipei*.
Strange, the murder of that Cubist
Yes.   What was the causo of it?
He painted the portrait ot an intellectual porson and made him look llko'
a blockhead.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.
.. ���,_.*--'
Jefferson's Table Manners .
Jefferson himself ovordld the part of
being democratic, particularly with the
British ambassador, Merry, who had
tho touchiness of an English greengrocer in a tali hat and who had a
wife now gently referred to as disagreeable,
At a state dinner Jofforson gavo a
woman his arm, but otherwise thoro
was no order, Tho guests approached tho tableln a rush as it the dinner
boll had rung ln (in old fashioned American Hotel. Merry did not
run fast enough, or ho was too fat, or
ho wns too dignified, and found hlmsolf seated whoro a British ambassador could only writ ho.
He mndo a report of It. to his gov-
.runout, and tin next,time Monroe
tho American then In London, was Invited to a Htn'io dinner ho was seated
next to the kitchen, but unfortunately
within hPiirlng of somo loud conversation nt the head of tho table, whoro
tho ciiUur. of tho Unitod Statos was
Lclng coinparoil with thut of South Africa. , , ,
Monrosp not only mado a report to
his govoi'iimout hut ho laid a oom-
plaint before tlio British ministry, and
JiiHt al ii time whon the two nations
wero In nocd of all tho soiPiilty thai
Madge���You girls didn't'try lo play
baseball in your hobbles, did you?
Marjorlo ��� Gracious, no! They'd
have got onto our curves.
Tho angry citizen puffed Into tho
ofllco of the city editor.
Seo hero, sir, ho'yelled,- what do you
mean by publishing my resignation
from my political olllco In this, way?
You gavo tho story out yourself,
didn't you? asked tlio editor.
Of courso I did, replied tho angry
citizen. But your tool paper prints
it under the bond of Public Improvements.
Finds Help in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Capo Wolfo, Canada.���" Lnst March f
was a complete wreck. I had givtui up
all hopo of Kiting hotter or living nny
longth of time, at I was bucIi a suH'oror
from female troubles. Hut I took F.yilln
oVilil command thoy became Irritated I ],, I'ink.ium'B Vegetable Compound, nml
over tablo milliner...
Simplicity HoiiR'tlmos Is   much
vol veil.
It tmvAito ����(M!_inritl ��'�����'* ��* \,',;j.jui
Wise Old Uncle _ph
You   li^!lf<a'n  Im   i-Mli'lon    dr.n't   v,in
Uncle Kph?
\ot, tali, I to a .M-thudm .
How about Aunt Dinah, your wlfo?
Oh, sho hollovrs too. Sh>'>'�� cr Map-
tint .   .
Aunt Wnnli a Ilaptlst, oh? Woll,
f fool Horrv for vent Vnolo Kuli. for
at tlinos I giiivis there', a heap of argument going on botwooii you and
Aunt Dinah.
Not nt all, Mnrso Wlillo.     Wnnh,
she* go to her church and I goes to
mine.     Whenever wo fools llko we't
about lo start  Homotlilu' we InvitiM
.hu'ib tin' pi t-.it lairs HP '" i.*Mt:U.-i. Abo
jner and lot dom light It out for nn,
Tho young lady, visiting hor aunt
lu the country, camo In lato or��o afternoon .
Wh.'rn In lho world havo you boon?
asked her aui.i. "
In tho hammock all tho nftprnooti,
��� lui responded, wllh my beloved Hob-
oil llrowiiliig.
The iiiiiU eyed hor ulcrnly , 'then
sho snid: K I hoar or any moro such
..,.i.,.'<it< in pHcv'odlnp'i- I Mini! I'nrtn I illy writo to your mothor.
today I am In good health and hiivn ii
pair of twin hoys two months old uml
growing" finely. I surprised doctors nml
neighbors for thoy all know whal u
wreck I was.
"Nowlamliorilthy, happy ami lu-nrly,
and owo il all to Lydia K. Pinkham's
remedies. You may publish this loiter
If you like. 1 think if moro women
used your remedies they would liavu
bettor health."���Mrs. J. T. Cook, Lot
No. 7, Cape Wolfo, V.K.h, Canada,
*ff,.,%-!iirt ����a\i��. r��nnf. \�� t\ diHV'Ult C111*,mU.!
doctors hnvlnrc done ynu no \rtwu\, do nol
.. Imvi  ��� -���- ..
liciildi to (limllii !niJ ]<;.<vm
li ��iiwoili toi ion. K"iJ
vo'ir liMdlnt' VnrH �����"'��
fundi elr.u willl SNAl". It
U'ju'i I'-iio of i".n
;T.l to  "'111  "I
contlnuo to siill'or without giving Lydin
A Welcome Old Friend | yti l��jnkham's Vegetablo Compound n
An ����l��l lady laughed lmm<>Jerat.I;.-' trj(,|#   it surely has  i.rneiliuil nwiny
nt a story told nt a dinner In Chicago,   en!,,.A 0f i\..nnl.s ills, such as inlliiiuinu-
Tlio storyteller looked at her luqulr-l lIon_ uitvnit!on, tlisplneementji, tumors,
,"n,v    , ,   ... ,.       ���   ��� irreguianiit'M, lx-mniie jmniN, imCKHcrie,
Air tKU' J.i.'TI.'JStt j������ ��������� ���'">' ���������� -��� ���"*
laughed to hard I almost kicked tho J    Tj���. pi���|{imnj record is a proud mid
footboard nfliiiywlb!  j |u%(.r)|,M 0,Wi   ,t ,., fc^~~fficVft
When I HUirtfJ liTllff. jming man.' arceorf of constant )W^ffl��
B'lhl ihe idim! oil well contractor,'- vl.lory over;tho oh- ((// *f ^ESfoW^
1 v,uikid itiA't- houiB ,i d,i, , , hti..aii.'illftot wi.iiicii
Yi.t, replied tho won, but in thpio i ��� ills that deal out
on do p'iuts Uioy make.    1 tell you,;
sah,  ll's  boon  a   mighty  lesson   for
hoi:' nt Hi,
.ii;;   (ini'. v.!u tool; tv.'i'.i.;, d��'��l>rtir.  Ill* ��>�������*���
i. d.i a ihi-_ wo��k would get - tatiluhi.'U fi����-*t tliat (rA
! ������������ --V��\"
Shft liiolin" iA (llrfi'oiitente.l r.n'l <1N-j '.vooJaiid nuh
�� wonder, i-l
cVi-f. Uilu
Oh,   frtt  w>���-mp,   the  liewt-rs   o
fin t f water���hail hooa \
, Lydin K. l'lukhrtrn     ?
'< V<,K'��l��hlpComi��oiinil (&$?;
, i hni re/lorwl health    '���"'-''
Haiistle.l,     No wonder, i-ho lim n hni*-{ *��*-*���_-* away. '*�� (I'M �������� i-fV";1 "'^f:1, Whv ilon't j-on trr u if 'yn ti"A wh I
Iwal - '" '     "��� -    ' f..'-'.i.U,j    a.[m. Lv.nu  v.I.a'. tho   Aoilil W_:tU  -o   ..'..&���,       f. ,   . A
aUw. Ual"  v.I.a'. llu*   .>,ot
loui us; - Lord Lynoit.
tc thwitan.Ift of rAcb niflVring womon,
v Ann
\ taodkhu*.
m i
, ';v. y wy-Wfd��es._ay the
������ & Gu-nubsplEind
jhing.  Gong pa ay.
'' y_M$7 B*f_^^
���'���r"*i"-vif- ������-'���--"���
���>���>��� i,t
.v \v*.Il"����*t l'.oM "itseir
:..:' tho. .'>in!ii'.>r>sof oth-
_\>.*i.:ir lVits cohur.ns}
11 I a ,        ^
1,��> tillK'.    "
���<:A\y   k!���:!'.3_, ,ipi3
iK WATI'.It. ��� '
i I'i.'     ,-   hiirol/v R.Vou   t!*al l-.-i'lU'.-
��� ;!;!\.-. KaiUt.y, >.f   VictoH.i,
' i s'v / r ���! luc'iu to take und
',   ��� :!.���  ;:i!,(/?ih' p-T 2i h-Mirs, ��<t water
A      ii.l  ���:   O'lVl)!-,    >��� I t.ll    i.UVS    151     .1
'./ (\iv c i o t;ir<A.v_!i Newcastle:-
��� -1   ul vino i f.uit-i Siriiils of Geor-
, :: e.-i 1 i wo t A i'.'ry Quiilitfum
���   ! :..��� wntcr wi 1 lie div.rted'iit' '.COG"
'...���n iiil'v-y ii d v. ill be used
"���-���! lai'Wiiy |��.i i��'i" s on tlio hnd
h a< R'lilu-jiy lu-yr- of \\\>y. Tlii-
"r* I'A-'eil r.i t'ie'ground on the
.' m_ A.'i'-i. V.ll'i.' Tin;' ajjjij'cati-.'n
:������"! in thu .Miiiutt uf thp W'��tir l'��-
ir. V:i ftfi:i. Y. 0. Objoc^'iiB mny
��� v.-   i: !)k- z-iic 'A'ai'T Recorder  ir
I o Uon:btro!h'r
cr Rights-,
t i'-u'.idi gs, Yic.-1'rii B. C,
' Applicant
���K A s.Is'SKOE TO 7AK.J5 AND
AS.E W.-vT.^K.
.,'vJTiyEi< herein ^'ea fh;it. Ksnni-
,-'.-.'. ..��� NA: irao JR'i'W y,. of Victoria,
,K. ' *.vi r.'t' lv f ,r a I ti-noe t'. take and
��� :���'. t00.0,)\i jiil. ns p,T 2J bourn, of wator
... cf i-.'i.iVly ( VfJ.,' *Ajh;ch So.vb jii a nor-
A.-V.v'Vteti.-) i tLi'.iygi Se.-.or.tb Die-
; ,r- --.A 'rc-Y^m. h,t> 1i> ep fay, n0!,r
.:.n'.:; I-C'-cck- *T ittAvfitu*- w.li b-s chvor
[yi :i i.;-*_.-��� :-p- treaui.Jr.1m Railway'' and
'���}; A '���. i*.M-t'��-ii>! O-.irci'Bl i'ii lw-iy piupoies
...-i lho l.i-.-.d deS'Jii'isi as E-dhyny 'Right of
M'.-A Th'S' i>-t. ft. ".=.'-�� ])��s<td oa tho
urn.n';il <-,n�� l.lift H.i"d. y  (���! April,  1913.
Prolines bf "fimisk!^!^^lw^
.���.���- ��� a -. ��� ��� '"
^   water rights brancsi
"  (Department of Lsjmi.s.0
Whereat tlio Campbell "River Tuiver
G inpaiiy, Limited, hereinafter callod ths"j
Compaiy, ia a company inoorpor��ted uncl-
cv Ihu '���C.)ml)allies*,'Act,���,, i8^i", and U cm'-
powmetl, utcoRg other tilings by its
.Mem iMuGaof Aiscciatioii-.
'���To f'Pi'l)' 'or and obtain uiiO.t-r tho pr; ���
visions of thu Wuter Act or to   pivcha c
Ji_rol.horwiseac(iiura wuter rcco.da or wntor licoims" and
"To cotiRiiact or operato wotks for tho
supply or ir.iU.auon oi wArcr untUr tho
Wntcr Ac,L."
"And *a1iukas tho Edid CVtnpnnV tn
tbo 27th Juno, l'JlO, obtuincil ;i W'.i o
L'ccnoe, niinlbcrcd 1901,.-.'���utboriK'ng.the
diyerttion of "2,>00 oubio fctt of wator pi'r
sorosd from the Campbell lUvcr for pom-
cr purpor-ea.
��� TIIIS 13 TJ CERTIRV thnt the und-
erluktng'of tho aaid Uami'.'boll Riyor ro',yei-
Company, Limited, for the divortion uf
���2,750 cu.viV- feet of'wtttur per aooom. front
tho Campjjell River for lho gonosat'on of
power nnd for the snle, barier,, and ox
cha.' ge of'*aid power within iho foho-wii �� [J
driicri'bcd torri oiy, is horoby approved
sU''jeot -o iho limitat-.ons of P;.rt- JX of
iho'Wa.t. r Act and to tho following erms
��    ,   \ .it1 '
aud oonditooijss���   ci
1. Tht* sa d tijiproval of lho abuve ��n-
iurfci'_i_4' hliall be cxprcs-ly p nditional
on,th-JOJt<oution f;atl filing i.f'a Jtor.tl
wi'h' the "Cpinpl��i)liT pi y/ater U ghtn.
th. snid :E��i_ >hi.ll bo ia the t��aa--ol
twmty thoHBBad d'o'-laiB (��20,000��00).ar.d
shift be bj' the Company and a Buret.
Gpm^Mty aelH-f'w'd by ite I lur'er iA
vbepwfoTmatie. of cuHtmcfci of this kind
_,   Thn Verrikry ���Ri'.hjn   vs'hicli   tl.e
power go.) elated irom tho said water may
be sold ie within _ rndino of ono hundred
and fifty miles from the   pcy-vr bouse of
| tho Coniyhny.
3% ��� The amount ot the caiu'til stock oi
the Coi_(jany which shiill be faub3orib,d
Uo. ore the Company fchall begin the con-
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������i. Tiie am'jiwt of llie oaytttil stock ot
���hoCotnpany which shall be paid upbeJure
tlie 0..mpihy sh:dl begia tlio const uu'ion
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exs*sr***rzaa*cr a^aa ���w��y ^.y^MMBMaMii^^
T' e i;i \i "JiilS"- ��.j!l be. liWd in t)<e oflice
���at-: Uio'vVa.iei' 8��uoni'r at Victorii, D.'C.
Ap j��'ci .)����.��� ivi-iy be lil-d w th ihi oaid
yintci' U��i-o.'.ec iV with *ihn Coppnol'cr
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f tlse said water aud I.-r t'*e gmeratiou of i 5.
the s.��id power on or bafure the 'dOtb ii," ; _.
ofSepUiuber, 1914, and before ihuv- d:it.-��i13
.-hdl cbwiin from the' Ooniptrolk-r ot Vi,\-
| ter Rights, his approval ff the plaan '../;
tho construction of the said work��   *,i.:-'H'r
[tlia provifaioris of the Wuter Act ;\vhi 'm-
etidiiiK Aidt ns now. in force or a* :ua.y be
in foi'co at thp dato of such Apprnvil ol
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n ?l .tkeneo {treat -SO.chaiuB,' thenceforth  :20. chuhis, thence east' $Q chiiina,  , tojho shore line, thenco south'20  (Ch.una u^pre.or less aJio^.tho s^iore  jliue tu th,e pluce of he., in rung.  .       A  fl^QRGE aVJ.RDIKR,\ :  Kama of Applicant  pate, February sMJih, 1913  ���������NOTiCJ.  Fnipn Steamship Co. of B ^  .   W &> GOWIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  iNANAIMQ DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-C.OMOX ROUTE;  ";J>avcV Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p. m.    -  Arrive Nanaimo, at li:30 p, ir.. ������������������   "  . Ar.ny,e Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. m.   .   Leave ,'lWiuy -uoon.  ���������    A roye Comox, Tuesday $ a. .������,  . Leave Tti,sday, 11 a. "in. -  Le������ve Nanaimo 6 p. ,u. Tuosduy.   Arrive Vancouver U.30 p.m.  11. _o p. 11)  ;   .,;:;:- : NOTICE."'"-"''��������� -y V  Vancouv.cir Land District.    ���������  restrict of Vancouver.     - .  TAKE NQITC.E th;tt J, ..G.eorge  .^erdier .of Campbell Riyer, 'qccu-!  )Pa,tit������n;.Cruder,  iutonds  tp apply  ior permission to purchase the fallowing described; Un^:���������Qomwen  >ing at a post planted.at the'N.E.  ZZ.lI"t:Y[yY^^ ^Y^0*���������8^ *vYi'YiiYyiZmo  Amv.e Union Bay,;Sunday 6 a.m. Depart c p -m  Arrive Comox, Suiiday 8 a.m. Depart,4 p.m.  ' Subject.tQ.change' without.notice.  ,   Sayward Land, ])istriot.  1 Didrict of  Sayward.  TAKE 'NOTICK'.ihat  ' Justin  jDorr of .uppej ySi.dra Ls.hind, occupation fannur,7n!.tii.d'j'li>ap.|1)ly for  potmiiG,ion lo pur.cha.-k13 ihe follo.V-  ���������ing (iBborilH'^ hinds : . Commencing  .at'n po������t planted  10 chains .east ioi  ,   -'Hyacinth   Lakp   and    ]0   chain.,  south 0. N\V..corner o,f J. 1). j..re-  tempti..n, thence ^.Q.chiiiiii. v\vest l.o  - Jake, .thence in a eoiuh-etntt.ly dir  ..w'tion, jIO ,chaii>������ along the  shpre  ' - .of the )ak,e tp tl\o inl.erstction of J.  p. lir.e, thonco north 1,0 chains', to  jpoiut of (commenc/3iiient, containing in all-live acres nipre or lefts'.  JUBTIN. DQRR, :  Name of Applicant in full  ' jDatK March Sth, 1.913    ���������"  LAND REGISTliy ACT.    .  Lm thb mattbii   tif a,n  applied  ��������� ,tion for  a fi.eah Cartificate of Ti������lo  ���������to Lot-54. [M������p 811] Xo.wiisito of  pourtena.)'. ..  '     NOTICK is hereby giyen of my  inUiuiion at the expiration of tyte  * .calendar month from tho first publication hereof tp issue.a ft,eah tier-  -.Ufi^ate of Title in lieu of the Ccrli-  , fioHto a/   Titl������. i^ued   lo   Jo������oph  ' -McPhqe'oM.tlio .Oili of Ma'rob 1905,  and numbered   ItWOC which  has  Kngliah 4 x BURTON alwuya ou Up      also, th.famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Aohensar, Bohumian, Suhltz, _c.       ". OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOT.-U WJHSKY.,        Best Wines and Liquors of f.11 kinds  The iJow-ding imd Looking JKpnrtinwit. undor. the tinmodiate nuperinteudence   "  will bo tcu-d First c)ntn in every respeut, j  '**'''������       ��������� -      ..'     ��������������������������� ���������,       91 00 per day upw  been loit.  '     Dated  at Land Registry Office  -yiot'iriuj B.  C%> ihis -21.t day of  Poco tabor. 1912.  s y: wootton,  Ucaistrar Goneral of Titled  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds , .  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  ; Distributors      .    N:\NAIMO, 13. CV  and   sound    investment  good return "on ycur money as well as an enhanc-,  ed value, from now on,,  .  ���������-    .    A. Company with , NoPiom frijK l\ u.r������.  ��������� ACompany with it.    owr. fiscal agency.   .,  A Company   that will look solely to   the well fare"  of its shareholders.    Shares are now. selling at $i  for all   cash,   or   on   the   easy   instalment   plan.  Call pp. send foi. a Pppspeetus" to-day 1  &������������������  (**������������������  ���������������.  <$  ay  a  W ���������  Ht)  (������,'���������  I'  *^ '  I  Im ���������  ������  $ ���������  ry  The ' JVlercantJle' General   Agency,' ' Ltd. ;s������  Selling .Agents for Canadian Loan:&'Meroantile Co., Ltd������  '���������llcvad offices :  **~~ Ton miimhiii  The Courtenay Hotel  jEviry eonveuifnee for gucBlB.  ���������Tho Coutial Hottl for 8port3mon  None but iho Uestof Winpsand Liquors  ai the Har.  HATKS  REASONABLE  ������*.'���������'' r.1".-.' r������rri;:/. \;  John Johnston,   Prop  iaMvun*������*t*u**att*  \1M  NOTICE.     '  To whom it may concerni���������  This is to notify Die public  that all freight charges on boud-  od goods cleared at Union Hay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goods cau bc ionvard  ed.   i By order  Canadian Collieries Dimsmuir]  Co.  WATKU   NOTICE.  t> m*t*mt*t**a  NOTICK is hereby giveu that  W,0. Weeks and J). Duuoll of  Vancouver, U. C , will apply for  n licenso to take and use out cn-  bii! foot of water out of Conger  Circle, which flows iu a Northeasterly direction through hot 4^  Newcastle District mu) empties  into Kanuy Hay, Tho water  will be diverted at the Government I toad ami will he used  for manufacturing purposes on  the. laud described ns N. IJ. portion of l,nt 4H. *  This notice was posted ou tlie  ground ou the 251)1 day of Aug-  nut 1913. The application will  uv.* iilcu iu liip ojiicv 01 ijju Water Recorder at Ntinaiuio. Ob-  jettious may be filed with tho  said Water liceotder, or with  the Comptroller of water lights,  X3iuliament Huildings, Victoria.  IJ. C.  AV. (J. AVkkks  I*. Dun km,  Applu-au'iJ.  '%    207, 20S, 209 "Union Baiil.'BuirdiugACoriier, View aud Gov tM  Streets, "Victoria. 13. C.  Phone 324,3 . , Geo. Abbott, Managing Director,  ���������a m-1���������I1-w _ni ii. 1,1. t*c ji  Mtwuwn <amitM  "We Build Homes a������,d Make Loans."  '   ' "'������������������.. .' o      - ^  _^<^<!X^<������Xs)������<sXtX^;(^X_        ������������������������������<^������_^������������������S������������������_���������X���������������^  nar_nnWMUrj-0;_-.-'_9C_L_;**-*���������*,* "nmr    ���������       ��������� ���������-n,.iJ-^������P-.^^-^ ������j������������������ )r  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make tho millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you  than  j by" placing an Aci in Tbe NEWS,  I "NnffSaicL"  caywanl Land Di-ttriot.  DiuU'idt ot Sny ward. .  .TAKI_ ,NO I'K^E tl:ttt;Gc-3r|to S'-nckn, of  Now Yijrki N; Y.,��������� occupalinii "eiigutcor,  intcuJrt to npi>ly fcr lormin-iin to pur.  vkiBii the following iIohciib-.t] lan^s: ���������  Coramti ci������g at a poat planted 20 chsiiu  noutli ������f tlm ncrtJi-cnBt corner of lot C-04,  ti.ence oast, 20 cliuitiE, iliunco uurlli -10  nlniin*, tbo-. co wosfc 20 ehxui*, thenco  BOiiih 40 cliaiuu to po'nt1 of connicnco-  ni'iol ukiutAJn'iig SO nera uu.ro or ]u������s.  OEOROE STUCK!.,,  Date Jtme 19  Fitli������r M.^GuEkian, Aboiit,  :b, 1912.   " '#:*'  Skyward Liujd DUt ist,  District of S*yuiui?.  TAKE NO I'IvE i)j������t Onoijja  Clurloi  Stou-, t.E Kuw   Ymk, N. Y.,   Duuup.tiiin  olork. ii.tojidn to  apply for purmiBeio i  t-������  purchn.'O tho fol.O'A'ii-f. dc.:on'K.'il IuucIh:���������  CoiniUDiioin;' nt ;i pom jjjui.t.tl 40 ohb.o,  wo t at il 20 chain, t.trtlt A Am nuith eaat  wtmt ot lot 6>U, IIh-iico fiist, V)   I'luinn,  lli.-i.ui) tcutli   20 (.Iriiirn   lliuiito  went   10  I'JiiucM, tu i c n nil '20 clihiuv lo lOinto  iiuinuiiKcomiiut ������i)]i;uiuii u 80 .uieu uvji,<  ���������it lorn,  aKOKHKCHAJ!fJ.3 8TUNJ-  FiiihiT M. OiH'iiiis, Aifo.t,  l)ul<j Jimel'j.h, 1012,  Suy^nrd Luud DNtrint.  l.-ii.triot of Sivunrd.  TAKliMOTJCIC tluil t'lm.l^ J'mny uf  ViiMiuiviir, 11. C.{ uccnpntUu ujntruuMir,  inlciuli to "Ptily f'T I'crniifHion tu \i\iv~  oliuu ��������� tho^f'iilo.< iu;; Z dct-C' Ibid IiuhI.h���������  l'.'(iiiiUi.mulii������ at u po4 pliiiiiod iti Hi  Siiutli oa_' O'lU'.i of lot i'lS, Ihi.e- v,,,..-;  10 IlllillUfi, lllWJllO MUdtli   _U fJl'tillH, t]|u'<Ui<  (.(ht 10 CliniiiH, tu.'wii iidr h S ) (!''ih'iih in  ."jini of (toiii.iitiuouuir. tv.nl.ini i; :,'���������,'.)  jwi'i't iliorc  it !;*j,  ���������*   SaywordjLai-d District.  'Di-tiict of S'Y^uril,  TAKK;;NOTICE ; Ui./t, "JlKury   Alfrod  He a, o.t Now York,- New York, occupation rlot-tiiuinu, iutcur's to npply for jivriuu  sion to purniiHUoii to pumlinso tbe folio.v-  iiifj tkiiori'iotl lundi:���������t.'ommciKia(< A ti  post pluiitid nl Ihc^noullf oust cener of  the north wont ipHrvcr ot li-t 5S3,  tlitn-o  4C olmius cast, thenco   40 chains .urlli,  theiioo -10 ehuina^io-t,  thaiuj 40  abumi  south top.iintuf eomiiioncoraont'O'-iutnin-  ina lCOiiiros u.oi. <>r 1-Bri.  Hbsuy AijFHKd Jliwa  F-ther M. 0 i.kin i, Aijcnt,  U������tt*dJune'Jittji 15)12.  Saywnrd Lv d Diutriot.  Dirttr ot of Sa>waid.  TAKK KOTK'K that William Julm  Sullivim, Nuw York, N. Y., occfpution  c'.wlf, inlonda to apply for licrn-i-u'oa ,t>  I'urcha^o tho folio.- iny tho follotviiiQ dto-  I'lib.d laodBi���������f.'oiiiin.'.clt'K tl n pout  plautod 10 oliuiim Houfi fa om thu Pi-iulli-  C.ltt UO'ltUf wf li.l -70    [OU ptij. ,.7IJ UlO.ICi:  ti >rth 81) chfu'ii.-, th.iu'o oust .0 ohiiAf,  tho:;������o Hxitli HO ('hi tu, thut'eo west SO  oluii.-M, to puiiit of oo iuu-.incuni> uI con-  tai. i i(j UH) i'crt'8 mum ur bn c.  ., WJLMAM JOHNKULUVAN  Fiehor M. U.iiKiuc, Aum/..  D.ito Juno 21.1, 11)12,  tf-iyw-rl L������!*d I>istfift.  ��������� ., ���������'   Di'trioi of S*:y\vard.  TAKB"KaTIlJ. tb..t Join Ax hur l>_Jy,  i f Now Y-itk, New IiitO., ( oi'tipati u ida'tk  intei.d* to itpply. for pciniii.biun to' \nw  chiuo  lho   foil .wing   d(ncwho.'(  kuidrti-.-  Cdinirnjacing at   a   po t pla^l.d   m  ibe  aouth-ovit   corner oi  f.eti.o  Hi.   tlieucc  south SO ch-tiw'ft,   tlHtioe wi-st S>0 ckuiiiB,  thenco not Ih   SU'Clioiui,   lhi-uco   tutt  8<J"  chains to poi t of conimci.t'i-tmnt coutoig  iug 010 aciei mcr������ or lcvs,  ..r01'N"AKTHU!t DAV.Y  Vitbtir 11. (.nskiiie, Acout'.  D4u Juiie iM.h, Ui.ji, "  rjiiywurd Lmi������i liiutnct.  -.  l������i;V.rict Oi y-ywiud,  TAKE  NOTI'.K   tl������4   Wnllur   Kedvll  U.p*,    i'f    Now    Yirk.    Ko.v     Yoik  occupaliuii    i.iboi'tr,   i,.*U-iiJi   to    ii| ^v.y  for ������im.i.is'ttju to pKiutoiii' lUt   f.i'ow.n^ '  <ll"4C tin il IumIi; - CouiiHfiici V    nl.   r. _.o I  plai.tcd 1_'J (h'.iisai  wv>t mud   10 (ii-aitis  north of Hi������  Pi'iitii.t'af.t   coi'itn- if  _,.__.  ���������I'I, th'iK',. souili 00 ob in., Uic-.-co si-it Ul  cliniiiu    li.iiu'e. iimth   M ciiiiiiia,   t!ie>i uj  wiHt -IU ch'.lino :o point tit o.iuirn'iiiCi wcn't  c iiiUiiiiiiij '.''.'0 11int;> iiw-iv or ;'*,h.  WAl.TlCJi Jt|'a;J.l,L Vi'yn '  y'f-Llt 41. (.hvJ.iS-,   a^i.'tir.  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U-i i������i. ������t.'!'i������j w������. vk i tl-iiniit, thi'j'.-i'  X i fuuHi',!{) cl.U'ii*. thiiiii'--t'-f-t 'JO it) iot to  f ;���������. .j'lil <������f i.'"..ni-;. c .< :>' s:-.iil.|,ji..|j 4-  } ��������� .'.-r.*if nu r'i ,>r I������mi  t'MAUl.K. Ill*SUV i.i.iyf  l\.������i������T M.ll.-I.ii.v   \i,"\h  rr ��������� W' ..������ ���������������    > ���������������������(  Koncr,  It-dint,'on liKt������mt)!iv4,',s ut.d r.'.il  wny cir-j of tl.o Vt.i'ni f'olliery  f'f<f.i[i.',iiy hv "in* i t-r or, r i>"r-  sons*- fcxti'pl t.-iiii cfvir--ii strict 'ty  pii'.'i'. itfii. K'lij.ioyti-e ne M������b������  ������#-t l������ r^jiujt'jul for iillti'.vihi! Piuii������  liy ttrdi r  v.\ :,. c������i!i.s(iN',  *    *        ti'   *     **     -.������.������*��������� ������*4 ���������  ������# THE NEWS. CUMOT/HLAND. "R f_  ���������V**.,   I-*. ��������� V'fcw.^fc. -  Why doeati t she take *  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop a headache promptly, yet do not contain any ol  the dangerous drugs common In headache tablots. Ask your  Druggist about them.   25c. a box.  National Druq ano Chimical Co. or Canada. Limited. 123  1 Germans Go to Australia ,  Tlu Vnitc.il Statos hns always boen  flu* chiof destination of emigrating;  Hermans, and still remains so, al-  t.hoiipU a diversion to other parts ot  th:* western hemisphere und to-Australia hi now observable.  Canada's Great Port  Montreal, is making great Improve-  tv.oins in her waterfront, A > writer  in "i'rav.r noes so far as to say that  she lias come within the past year to  be the iiiom cillcient port In the world,  and anion., twelve or fourteen ol" iho  greatosi.  , Kt.stus had lost lils girl.' She had  gone with a handsomer, man.., Meeting lv.'i' on the river one day,'he accosted her thus:-  Looli here, Liza, does that other fellow _,i\o"you any belliih presents than  I used to give you?  Doi.'t know us he does, replied 131lza  calmly.  Does lie show you nny bcltali times  than 1 used to show you?  Don't know as-l.e docs.  Does he buy you any beilah dinners  ��������� than 1 used tn buy?  Dinners,"man! exclaimed Liza. Why  lhat man i on nil nppetite on me I did  not know I  had!  Then the storm Grew Worse  -  I was a fool ever to marry you, sobbed .Mrs,' Winks.  Now, my. dear,-said Winks, nobly,  1 can not permit you to take the blame  for that. lt was'I wlio was tlie fool  for evor asking you. The mistake was  not yours, bu. mine.  Yessl���������So clear is tlie .mountain atmosphere a. Quito, under thp equator  in Ecuador, that persons dressed in  white hnve been distinguished seventeen miles away.  ' Crlmsonboak���������Tliut's   no  place   for  a man to owe his tailor money.  A Cornells! who wont into the woods  and played, so won the heart of some  people from Italy thai he has been invited over with ail his family and the  cornet to spend the summer.  MiliersAVornv Powders \vere; devised  Dr. Johnson lo the, contrary notwithstanding, puns are oceassionally  excusable. Tills one, attributed by  the Brooklyn Times to a board!ns  house keeper of that city, is so.id  enon. h to pass .muster.  Oiu. of tho young men wlio lived in  Uio boarding house had tho double  f.uill of slowness tn paying his hili nncl  fu.ssinc_s aboul'the table servic. Ons  mo:, ing he said peevishly '.o ;he  .���������.���������i.'id',;.dy:  Mrs.   .Tones',  will you tell  me why  to promnllv r.Heve children who suf- j my napkin is so damp?  for from the ravages of worms.      It|_   Yes.  Mr.   Wicks,  replied  the land  is:ai diifpl.e: preparation'! warranted to  ."destroy ^stomachica and_y intestinal;  iWurms witliou-shocicapr"injury ,tp"the.  . mOst'ASsnsitivG ���������: system. ;. They; i act  tiioi'eug'lily:fi_^paihlesisly,, and though  hi1 some cases Alley;may cau sir voni'lil-  In_,\ thai is an indication of .their ��������� pow'ij  erf ul' action' and.not of any. hauseatlhg  [,Wzi>7?lvY777y:\yy7:77y-7 ;/a,a .  lady promptly.     It's becauso there is  so much due to your board.'  On a Philadelphia paper worked  Julius Kaufman, a Dane, who wrote  pungent editorials, Kaufman's English  was impeccable, but his writing .was  impossible. lt seemed to.havo been  done with a bent pin and an asphalt  mixture. George"Kennedy was the  only man on the copy desk who could  read it. One day Kennedy came to  Editor Tho iipson. shaking; his head.  It's all off, he said. I have lost my  punch.- 1 read this thing, of Kaufman's wiih perfect ease until L- got  half-way through���������and then I stuck.  I don't know why. The second half  of Ms stuff looks just like tho first half  Fut, 1 calTTTfflUl-if: TlvompsoiMook-  that manuncrpt over to a corner. By  and by Thompson came back with  "lines of strain around his mouth. Put  ii up lo Kaufman, said he. Either's  he's gone Hooey or we have. So when  Kaufman came in'Ihey gave him his  manuscript a .id told him lo go awav  'somewhere and tlnd out what lt  meant. Ry and by he came back  beaming. It was easy, said he. Tho  second part I haf yoost wrote in Danish . ,  Which Did He Mean?  Bess���������Something that Jack said last  night   didn't sound just right.  Toss���������What was lhat?  Bess���������1 t.hi him If ho called mo pet  names I wouldn't speak, and ho replied that he would call nie dear at  any price.  English as She is Spoke  "Sir Arthur T, Qiiiller-Couch, since  "lie accepted tlio chair of English lit-!  endure nt Cambridge, lias blossomed  out as a very wlily lecturer. Illustrating the turelPKH and foolish use  of fancy phrases lie told ihe story of  a telegram a babu sent from Bombny  l.o announce the death of his mother,  The luibu's telegram ran: Regret to  announce that hand which rocked the  cradle has kicked tlio bucket.  A Rainless Wheat -  lu the Nineteenth Century Dr. William Macdonald gives an account of  tho work done by the South. African  Union Department of Agriculture, of  which be ls chief, in solving the problem of securing a suitablo wheat  thai can be grown on dry veldts and  thai nas satisfactorily .. solved  by the cultivation of the. durum  wheats. The writer gives the following interesting details as to the wheat.  Ripe durum wheat in the field looks  like barley, and one is apt, on seeing  it fov the first time, to confuse it  wlili the latter cereal. It is usually  fairly tall, with broad, smooth leaves,  the heads aro : eavily bearded, the  kernels large and very hard, having  less starch than the common types  and varying in color from a light to a  reddish yellow. .-The grain ot the  finestdurum wheat is large, very hard,  " wlii tiFlYT^ufd-"Si i gh ti y���������tra ii s parcn t-r  Dui'tim wheats aro grown both aa  spring'and winter wheats. To ensure  success ihey should be sown on moisture-saving fallows, and the growing  wheat should be lightly harrowed to  renew the soil-blanket and so retain  the soil-uiolsture until harvest time.  Safety of Feather Bed  Old-fashioned folks always hava  heen taught that the feather bed'dell eld " the- lightning bolt; The new  tangled beds with their wire springs  and mattresses stuffed with cotton, ex-'  celslor, hay, old paper:; or what not,  were never exempt under the insurance policy oi tiie old tradition.  Evon in the good old days when the  other beds were filled with corn husks  or straw tho children were not piled  upon them in time of storm.  But when tbe lightnlngi)layed about  tho old home and Uie thunder shook  the houses until the dishes rattled, you  remember how the kids were tai'en  into the guest chamber���������called the  spare bedroom in those days���������and  tucked away in the feather bed and  told to close their eyes so they would  not seo the lightning. *  lf it. was it windstorm then the  family was sent to the collar.,' Wven  in the <.uiiddl'o.of' tho night'the old-  fashioned parents look no chances  either with wind or lightning. The  cellar under the houso and the feather  bed in the spare room wero regarded  as havens of safely,  lf yoii arc old enough to remember  the ,old-fashioned home ln which tho  tradition about tho feather bed was  held to be infallible, you will recall  that you wero so impressed hy it  that, a thunder storm was al out the  only thing that had the influence to  quiet, your protest about going lo bed  when you were a child.  Wlien the lightning was cavorting  about the home and the thunder was  turning the sweet milk to clabber, out  In the old milk cave, the kiddies never  murmured wlien mother suggested the  feather bed.  Water for Health  It 13 queer, said a medical man to  the writer, how few people drink, tho  amount of water they should to insure  good health. You- should take at  least three pints dally.-.,.  In tlio first place, you lose by perspiration and evaporation In ihe breath  about two pints a. day of the" water  vou take into the systom, -and about  nno'iher pint goes to help keep the  blood in order and the skin glands and  joints, etc., sufficiently moist. ;. Millcj  is not of much use to replace this, as 1  it' Is mainly a food. Tea and coffee  aro not advisable drinks, because they  ctiiiif.in unnerve destroying drug (caffeine), Cocoa, again,, is more of a food  than a drink, and alcohol���������well, the  ess said about that the better.  ' The only drinks we have left, then,  are mineral waters and plain water.  Too much mineral water, ls not. good,  but plain wator contains no harmful  drugs or minerals and, moreover, is  nature's own product. If you drink  sufficient of it the skin will be kept  clear of pimples, rashes and sores, the  blood will be purer and, nature will  seo to It that sufuclent'wuter be mingled with it so that it circulates normally and not sluggishly because ic is  thick with impurities.  Tako a half pint, glass of water at  a time. , One in tho morning on arising, one after breakfast, ono aftor dinner, ono during the afternoon, oue  after tea and one beforo retiring���������total  three pin!/;.  Sore throat, eh? Get your wife to  give yon one of her old stockings lo  wrap around your nr-ck,  Tried thai, and It "did jno no pood,  She l,nd noihlng lint, those new fang-  Ini openwork..  Whnt nro your views on these lm-,  pOI'lillll   <|IU'Sll011H?^  Never niiiiil my views, replied Senator Sorghum, Ah one of my const I-  tue.nta, you are not supposed to pay  attention to anything hiu my Inter,  views.  Kadiak Island Beat.  The biggest bears in the world are  to be found on Kadiak Island, in the.  gulf of Alaska, south ot the great  shoulder of territory that stretches  out into the ' Pacific, The Kadiak  beiirs are of tho polar breed, perfectly  white, with long heavy fur, and are  twice tho size of the black bo. .' of  the Hocky Mountains. They weigh  2,100 to 3,000 pounds, stand aa high  ns an ordinary cow and are the biggest  carnivorous animals living. The tracks  t.ley leave in tho snow have often  nioaciireil fifteen inches in lenrlh and  ton Inches In width. They are savage nnd light desperately when attacked ,  Bear traps are usually bated wllh  honey, but the Kadiak trapper, uso a  pig. Bears are uncommonly fond ot  pork, aud a pig wlier. Imprisoned ln  it trap makes a demonstration which  nltmcls lhe attention of tho hears at  a longer distance, than tho odor ol!  honey,  Kadiak'is wooded and mountainous,  but ii has good natural harbors. There  Is a population of somo 'J.riOO mostly  Ksklnios, living on tho coast and en-  Bilged In the salmon fishing Industry.  Two Revolutionary Heroes  Mrs. Crier and Mrs. Warner wore  dauntless wives of 'nvo sturdy Pennsylvania soldiers who marched with Benedict. Arnold's expedition all the way  from Boston ' to Quebec. The hardships of that march aro. almost un-  parallelled in, military history. Traversing an unknown wilderness in  Mair.o without rations, clothing or  tent in the chilling lato autumn days  was. a feat performed by Virginia and  Pennsylvania troops.  John Joseph Henry, a Lancaster boy  who later became a judge, was one of  that baud, and he kept a diary of tlie  expedition. ��������� Describing the fearful  march through the swamps ana across  rivers, he makes this note:  Now' Mrs. Grier had gotten before  me. My mind was humbled yet astonished at the exertions of this good  woman. She vaded before me to  the firm ground. No one so long as  she was known to us dared to inti-  maie a disrespectful idea of her. Her  husband was an excellent soldier.  ' When nearing the Canadian frontier  the husband of the other woman���������Mrs.  -W.ai'-np.i-_=b_LC_au_^.so_^xhai.t^ted from  hunger tlie army abondonedrliiniT"N6"r  so his wife. Propping him against  a tre. she carried hack food to him  and later came staggering with him to  camp when the army had reached the  St. Lawn-nce.  Is seem-i to me Uiat these two women who for love of husband and love  of country braved'the privations of  tha. terrible march to,.,Quebec,"deserve  a nervines', crown quite as much- as  i!M the fearless woman' at Monmouth'.  . A Stalwart Monarch  Th. new King of Greece is amongst  the tallest of monarch, but those who  ascribe hi-i inches solely to his Romanoff blood ou bis mother's side forget his stalwart Danish ancestors.  His grandfather,'King Christir.n IX.,  was remarkable for hit, height, as are  nearly all the Princes of his' liouse.  King Constantine's cousin, the present  King of Denmark has carried on the  tradition,.as he' stands well over  feet  without his  boots. ,   .  six  SHE WAS HELPLESS  FOR TWO YEARS  1 (***    ���������  I  WHY     MRS.      BALDWIN     RECOMMENDS DODPS KIDNEY PILLS  Between Women's  or Suffering  Tlio irmin reason why so many  womon fiud'or rcroatly at times  in because of a run-down cob ���������  dition. Debility, poor circulation show in headaches, languor, nervous* .isa and wditv.  ���������sir if e  (thi larjjost Mi ol Dry MatHoIno In Ih. Viuti)  are lho safest, surest, most  convenient itnd mo... economical remedy. Tlioy clear the  system of poisons, {ni.i.y tiiu  blood, relievo mifi'erinj. and  ensure such y,c fl health r.nd  strength that all the bodily  orffanswork naturally and properly. In actions, feelings and  looks,thou_:m la-'fwoin.nhave  proved that Boecham'o Pills  Losing Game  Uriuvford���������Why don't you try jolly-  In?; your wife a little'.' It's easy to  tell her she's looking .younger nnd  more beautiful every day.  Cmbshaw���������I tried that, once, nntl  nho nailed me for monoy to have her  picture taken.       ,   ,-,  What U it vtfound up on that carl?  asked the old lady Hitting by the lire  llOUHC  Firemen's Ikiho, whs the reply,  Ksciihc mo, sho   nald   InillRitnnUy,  you pn ii'i '.ell nio any ilroman or nny-  onn  Hsn"''('Vi'r  had  legit  to,fit   thoso  things,  Hard Luck  Oni/zor���������W.ial'H the mutter, old  ma ii ?     Ynu look worried,  Bl/.'/.-r��������� I Imvo causo to, I liirod a  man to triico niy pedigree.  ()ul,/./rii'���������Well, what's thn troubl'.i?  Hasn't he boen HUcei'SHful','  Plzzer���������1 filinnM miy ho Iiiih! I'm  pnylni; hint hush-money.  Modern Improvements in Rome  What we are wont to consider one  of our greatest modern conv.nlences  ���������the elevator���������was no novelty in ancient Rome, for an archaeologist has  found that tho Imperial palace on the  Palatine Hill contained no less than  three lnrgo elevators. Although tho  olevators evidently lacked tho rcilne-  ments ot mechanism and finish of the  twentieth century maclilncs, wo can  nee In them an additional proof -of  ihe inventiveness and , engineering  skill of the Romans. Even lu tho llrft  century, Roman houses wero warmed  by hot. air that rose from furnace-  rooms and thai circulated beneath the  floor:, and Inside th. walls. Tho excavators in Pompoll also have found  a house fitted with Veil dosJ^jietVjijfips  for hot and cold wafer, nrraiiKoii'-.'Vei'y  much llko :he best modern'plumbing,  AUhouRh Improved appliances and fn-  creased knowledge havo brought about  i.reat advances in domestic enklneer-  liiR it la evident,that early in domestic Christian era tho Romans conceived nnd constructed mnny of tho contrivances that not, so Iohr ngo we're  considered ns luxuries ln tlio most civilized countries.  She Could Find Nothing to Cure Her  Rheumatisrr Till on a Neighbor's  Advice She Tiled Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  St. \Val.ur_,, Sask. (Sp.cial) .**���������"I  can truly recommend Dodd's Kidney  Pills for any one suffering from rheumatism." These are tbe words of  Mrs. W.j,A. Baldwin, a highly respected resident of this place. And  Mrs. Baldwin gives her reasons.  ���������-I���������wivs���������nearly���������helpless-^'.vi-t-h���������rlieu--  matism for two years," she''states. "I  got medicine from the doctor, and  tried several other remedies but nothing helped ..me. Then one of my  neighbors advised me to try Dodd's  I-idney Pills. I .bought four boxes  and they helped almost from tho first.  I-have used nearly two dozen boxes  and am nearly cured."  That rheumatism is one ot the results of diseased kidneys is again  shown in Mrs. Baldwin's case. She  had headaches, stiffness of' tho joint;  and backache, her sleep was broken  and unrefreshing, and she was always  tired and nervous. Her limbs swelled  and she was always thirsty. These  are all symptoms of diseased kidneys.  When sho cured her kidneys with  Dodd's Kidney Pills, the symptoms  vanished���������and so did the rheumatism.  ARROW, and..  ���������NITDO.CLUB  {Jiyac=i*=  Made in  Canada  "VY/HAT make of sholshells are you  ** shooting thisseason?  t^f-^^-  *"ri(@������"*  .*&���������  You will rind that the interest today centers  more  and more in Remington-UMC  * ohotshclls ��������� Canadian  made   from   om"   new-  factory at Windsor, Ontario.       ��������� .  You want Reminglon-UMC���������the Remington quality���������freedom from all tlie nanginR  little annoyances that uncertain shells can throw into a good day's sport, Arrow  or Nitro Club smokeless loads.   Slightly higher in price���������absolutely reliable.  Let ua send :-au a booklet explain'm. simply lho lecknic.il care in the mnkin_ which yrahelievo  ia responsible (or Rcminaton-UMC 8ucce3S,-Soncl your nomae and addre������ on a postcard today.    ���������  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontucio  ������w.������m,������__w__an������'win,1 ���������.''���������������-���������  This Never Happened  Jiiy dear husband, said tho conlltl-  ins' young wife, yon said some awful-  .ly strange things in your sleep last  'night,.  Did I? What, did I say? asked the  man,  getting  ready   for  almost  any-  You talked about full houses and  aunties and kitties and edges and a  lor. of unrelated things like that.  What did It,mean, dear?  My dear,-answered the culprit,.gathering all his faculties for the supreme  effort of his life, it didn't mean as  much as you suspect. As a matter  of fact, 1 had been playing poker all  the evening and the things I said in  my sleep wore poker terms which 1  shall be glad to explain to you 'at a  more convenient time.  Jiy husband is perfectly honest1, after all! sighed the lady happily!' And  she went to tloep and never referred  to the subject again.  The Sunday School'. Millions  Delegates representing about 3,000,-  000 teachers.and over 27.000.000 scholars enrolled in over 300,000 ��������� Suv.day  schools will. tak. part in the seventh  world's Sunday school convention,  w'.*.lch opened in Zurich, Switzerland.  This vast army, representative of all  nations an-", peoples, is the outgrowth  of a movement, thai had its inception  only one and a third centuries, ago.  The United States claims to have 12,-  000,000 Sunday scholars. Great .Britain 7.500,000. Canada 750,000, Germany  750,000, Australasia 750,000, India 500,-  000 and South Africa 500,000.  '   An Unknown Eldorado  A story is told at Kdmonton. Alber-'  ta, tbat during the Klondike rush tlu'oe  prospectors went into the Hay s river'  country, which, except   for   tt   small  part, along the river near. Vermillion,  is unexplored.    One of the party wa3  found on the rlvor bank a year after-,  ward.    The, man was emaciated aiu^  lived only a few hours, but in.his last "  few minutes of  life  told  of  a  fight  tfith Ind'ans, who killed his two companions.     He had in his-possession  samples of ricli gold.    It could have  been procured in no other place', so  it may be that that unexplored terrl-p  tory 1. rich in the yellow metal,  Though the hinterland has been explored to points within the Arctic cir- ���������  el'e, the upper Hayes river country  still remalns'a vast unknown streach.  Remarking .upon the fact, au'old-timer  in tlio north country,said he had never  known of _ white man getting far into that part of the country-.  From   Edmonton   to   Peace' ' river  crossing, by way of Athabasca, is 400  miles, and Qtitslc'e of about a 50-mile  stretch  beyo_d Peace  river  crossing^  and the upper Hayes still lies a great"  unexplored land of rolling and.so far  as is known, open country.   . It is In-1  habited .by the Dog Rib's tribe of In-'  dlaus.' The territory'runs clear to tho  ���������British Columbia side and"' it is supposed   that  a  large   number  of  Indians have settled in there.  bad  ^ The World aa a Clock  La Mappenmonde (the map of- the  world) is the name of an ingenious  ���������efoclc, the���������Invention���������of���������a���������modern,  Frei.ch clockmaker. The movement  is in" the. interior ot the -globe, aiul  causes it to revolve, and so mark off  the hours on. the equatabrial hand  hy mean; of a locomotive, which by  the way, has a separate mechanism of  its own-whereby, if the globo is made  stationary it may make a circuit of  the equator on its own rails in twelve  hours. '  WIRE WOUNDS  .My m..re,, a very valuable, one.  was badly bruised aud cut by.being  caught in a'wire fence. - Some of tha  wounds \ould i.ot heal, although I  tried many different "medicines. Dr.  Bell advised me to use MINARD'S  LINIMENT, diluted at first, ��������� then  stronger as the sores- began to look  Wft er~u n ti i���������n. rer���������litre e���������w eeksi���������th e-  soreshave healed,- and-best of all, the  hair is growing,.well, and is NOT  WHITE as\is almost always the caso  in horse wounds.   . ',  P.,M. DOUCET.  Weymouth.  Warts oh the hands is a disfigurement that troubles many ladies. I-Iol-  loway's Corn Cure will remove the  blemishes without pain.  ThBt*. Friendship Snapped  I    Kilnn���������Winn, su't or Ktimo nliall wc  i play on iliotie teiiuwn; Kuiiiautl. iot.  or jiml plain IIirtul Ion V  Doris���������Lot's divide up.    I'll bn ro-  mantu* nnd you be the plnl; Hlrt.  Mnvrii- Riwkwcll ni' Akron wuh eon-  ih iimliii; the t'l.'iltu. oi ten put lonvnrn  by Um rifli, that poverty Is ������ood for  tin' cliiii'iH'tor.  Poverty is good for nobody, lio aald,  If etiibltti'i's tlw niiiiil. hardens Die  liiarl, ("iuhi's iinliuppliK'itn and fear  mul huffc'i'lng.  'liit-re. iiu'iiiiiif. Yihn 'iilvcr-.iUy, a  iiilllloniilrc oni'i' mild to me���������-there's  iu>ili!...; I1.!.' ad\ ir, I'y !���������'> brine ���������'' '"'in  tmt.  Vim. I i-epUt*'!, out at tho elbows,  hilj vtco������licic  ."> (rnt������.  i l'.|l.������   Vl'.'.'.t CVU|   (>'>_  ������vi/ \*lu-.Me,  W.  M.   U.  <������00  Mn,' ,n'ii who live In a clly have  :i li.-ii.l tlii'.i' prinliiR to their rountry  iii-i|ii,iiu:aiii ������������������;   '.hat   lli'*y  af.   .itrirfly  Astute ProcraBtlnation  Mad,amo Novlkofi', In arguing that  tho nulgnrinu nrmy should not he  denied tho linrd-fcariiod honor of enler-  ing CountuiHlnoplc, repented an interesting remark of Goneral Grant's apropos ot the failure of Iho Russian  army to entor tho Turkish capital in  1870, wliich, when similarly plueoil,  was held back by orders from St,  Petersburg,  I wna In Purln, she writes, wlien  General Grunt, the American ex-prosl-  dent, culled on mo. Almost lho ilrst  thing he nuked nm wns: Can you explain why tho Riirtfilan nrmy did not  occupy Conattuitlnoplo, when It wus  so entirely lu llu bands? I replied  tlu.t. to our sorrow, our government  had telegraphed tlio order not lo advance further.  Well, replied Grim I, nil I can miy Is,  that, if I hud beon ono of your gun-  frau I would lin vi* put tin? te!(?/_rani  In iny pocket, mul have oponetl It  ti.u-t- A*j.i \hr. ..'. ('cV.-'aui'.unpi..  tftfiniling by the en'fraiico of u large  osteite in tho .ubiirbs of Dublin arc  two hugo fto?,t carved out o.* granite.  An Englishman going by In n motor thought ho would hnve nomo fun  ���������  ��������� i    1.1 .i. ,i,.i..,.,.  How often, Jack, do tlu-y feed tbo.'vii  iwo big dogs?  Whenever they htrlc, nlr, was the  ntrulghtiorwi.nl reply.  It. KOiiii-tlnieH happen., that whllo n  mnn It watching his anemic, his fool  frieiulH get uwuy with him.  Cl'Ui'l    '.Ml III  in iii.- t|u|i'k.  Try Murine Ey������ Remedy  If yon have Ktd, Weak, Watery Kyes  or Granulated Kyclid*. Oocim't Smart  ���������Soothes Kyo l'aln. I3rupf������isl*������ Sell  Mnrino Eye Kemedy, Liquid, 2Sl-, 50c.  Jfiirin.. Kye SAve In j-Wpfir" Tnhftl,  ' 25c, 50c. Bye Rooks Tree l.y Mail.  'Muni cut It*) people an *y t������bi������ <������������������������* i������r ah i tt* ihii h.������_ c*t*  Jklurln*  Zya KarnaAv Co., Chlcau*  Pugnacious Fish  Many fishes like the knlghU ot old,  fight among themselves for the love  of fighting or becauso they have nothing bettor .'to do, according to a bulletin of tho' New York zoological society, Thor. are oihers, however,  which fight to protect themselves or  tholr young. Speaking of the flfthts  nmohg fishes In.tho atiunrltim, tho bul-  lotlnahys: The nngel fishes, beautiful  it. tljwtaro Iu appearance, havo per-  l.&PfJ'-ueJ mo&t devilish disposition of  all'.:'VvA1utan.k ot angel fishes roniinds  6ii9.'ot the notorious, even tempered  fa'ntfly who wore'nl! mad all the time.  Tlio watchfulness of attendant, usually prevents tlio fatal lermlimtlons���������.C  theso misunderstandings but cccaston-  ally a fa'al injury is Inflicted. Such  a caao, thi*-. bulletin adds, happenod  when two l'jrjjo green nioruya engaged  in a vicious" encounter, during' which  one ot the-061111)111111118 wero dlnem-  howolod'Htirfhad to bo killed. Thoao  eel-like' Ashen nre extremely powerful  and active nnd coll a*ul 3trltu llko  snakes.  Aflor Mio pr.Joyment of wearing hia  Ilrst, pair of trousors, tho young boy  ot tho family amused hia mother tho  following morning, whon nho said:  Come, dear, lot mo ('.reus you. Tho  boy Haiti: Oh, nu ninmmtt! Don't <lrean  mo, paulH mr.!  Ho thought bo wna n connoisseur,  and ho ww lamenting tho deeudanco  of ait.  Look, he snid, al. lho groat Italian  HC.hool of pain tern. koo). even at tho  old Greeks! Why, BpuxIu painted  grapes bo naturally that bird*, camo  lo pool, at thom.  Nn did, did ho?     unltl a hearer.  That's nothing.      I've got n friend  v'.liv -yAvA" ti itne ������n nnninil that ho  JhaR -n paint a mtizzlo on him to koop  him from biting,  A latter .stltnnt* has It that tho  huh will havo become entirely cold in  00,000,000 years, wlien lt will probably  \,i.t-7t.t A ..A I'-'!''"' n.-yitu The point  Is thnt 'iho higher mathematician;,  javo always Interesting things to think  about.  m ��������� ,m..M������mm.  Germany's Trade  Provisional statistics bIiow that (lop  in,ui>'.< foreign tnid. in iho firm t\nar-  tcr of 10U considerably exceeded that  Id tho firm quarter of 1012. Tho  flggregnlo value of Importt of merchandise wns .<$_r>.7OO,OO0 compared  with t������7/.Jv0,0U0 in 101",  Two years ago you told me the  Woggs car was the best automobile  lu tho world.  Yes.  And now you say llie Boggs Is lho  only one worth having,  I get my information direct. Tho  salesman who sold mo the Wogga car  has gono to work for-tho Boggs people.  A Prayer  When.from some noisy haunt of man  I step inio the quiet night ���������  And, cooly contemplating, sc.ui  ' Tho lamps of heaven nil alight;  Remorso la mlno that e'er I trod  In tlio ways whoro man's mean tumult Jars;  Then loud my spirit cries to God;  Grant mo the calmness ot Thy stars.  You get a great deal of amusement  out of your now canoe, I tupposo.  Well, my wlfo does.  . ::i.t sho never rides In it.  No. Sho sayH It's safer and funnier to watch me from the shore.  That's a nice looking fellow who  just, come in, said the young man who  was dining with his boat girl. Is ho  a friend of yours?  Yea, Indeed, I know him well, laughed tlio maiden.  Shall I link lilm to join ua?  ��������� Oh, George, Hald the girl, blushing,  this la so sudden,  'Sudden 1 What do you moan? he  asked In surprise.  Why���������why, that's our minister.  A Little Faster. Please  Bill had a bill-board and Bill had  a board bill, and Dill's board bill bored  Bill till Bill aold Bill's bill-board to  pay Bill's board bill, and then BUl'a  board bill no longer bored Bill.  The Megaphone at Sea  -. The British Admiraltydias ordered a  number of megaphones fitted with tho  now transmitter designed, primarily  by Dr. Jules Glover of London for the  telephone. Tho speaking-piece of Dr.  Glover's instrument is mado up of two  parts, one .'-������r the mouth and the, other for the nose. It Is claimed tliat a  megaphone half the usual size wlll  give superior results with tho new attachment.  A''1 man who stuttered badly wont  to a specialist and afte;, ten difilcult  le'sons learned to say quito distinctly;  Petor Piper picked a peck of pickled  poppers. His friends congratulated  him upon'this splendid achievement.  Yea, said the man doubtfully, but  it's s-3-Buch a d-d-dlfllcult rem-mark  to w-worlc into nn ordl-n-ary c-c-con*  vcrsatlon, y' know.  Some of the greatest financial think-  era of the country are assisting in the  framing of tho currency hill, with, tha  result that tho United Statos will soon  probably havo an Ideal monetary system. It does not follow from this,  however, that it. will be any easier to  get tlie currency thnn lt is now, or any  easier to keep wlmt one gets of it,  During the year the fium of $30,-  000,000 wna expended in New York  city In Mm erection of olllco buildings  alone.  Tho New Engenlco  , Madge-���������Did Charlie asl; your fullier  last tight?   i  Mnrjorlo���������No; ho forgot to bring his  .Income-tax receipt  Onn of tho ushora approached a mnn  wlio appearotl to bo unnoyltji. thoB*  aliout him. %  Don't you llko tho show?  Yes, Indeed.  Then why do you persist In IiIshIiij.  the performers? '    ''  Why, m-miin alive, I w-waBn't h-lilna-  ing! I w-wna s-s-slmp^ _-a-B-Bnylng  to S-a-s-Sammle that tho B-a-3-alnging  Us R-s-s-a-suporb.  Is Health Only  a Game cf Chance  internal Strife  Willie���������My father put (Low  turhftnee l.iat u'.ghl.  Billle���������Is thar right?  Ym, In' an* .i  tVdhh rabbit.  a Ah  if yot. nro accustomed to look on]  health as a gamblo you will probably  provo a loaor early In tho namo.  i   ii .-,., ������-, iirtfiiiii mni lifo  airnw 1������>AJ .-*-���������- -1*    ���������   ' ,  ami Oefy tho lawn uf natttro, but  thero nro many rnlOH ot tho gamo  which aro cond'tclvo to health and long  Take nervous tllaoaaes, for example.  Thoro nro many symptoms to wnra  oxo of the npprnac'i of nervous ox*,  hbustlon long boforo thero ls danger  of locomotor ataxia or aomo dreadful  form of paralysis. ���������  But they scorn auch little things that  their dnugor signal i������ not taken notice  of     Slecpleaanesa, headache, Indiges  tion, Irritability, loa. of vigor and energy, dlsco'uragemont antl despondency  nil point to low \ltallty and exhausted  nnrverf  Dr. Chase's Tone Food hns l>een  wonderfully successful In tho curo ot  nervous dlsea^a of a serious uaturo, ^  such as prostration, locomotor ntnxln *  nnd partlnl paralysis, lut perslatont  treatment nnd considerable patience  nro necessary.  On thU account >vi' prefer lo think  of Dr. Cha.iH's Nervo Food ns a pro*  Vi-nlUo Wv.iluu'.tit, VihU'h overcutuoj  theso symptoms by rebuilding tho  feeble, wasted nervo cells and restor*  inp; vigor to n*.'ud and holy.  I  ���������j!-  *'  ��������� J i  I'll  !i  ������  $1  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  M  I  J r.O cents a box, C Tor $2.00, at all dealers, or   nimanisan,  ' Limited,   Toronto.  itntoa   &   Go. ���������   -.  .; ��������� the;news. cmmimlXm>y������va "���������'-���������':  rf nr.-i"'  At  *S>a*^l-������<"!lM-a<l"iti������.ir*J>t*Jjf lijari-tc*"-  ' A. i,. -:- ;���������-! i      i i   ' in" '"n       ii  ajl1, l*.,,,"..���������..,..,,  EOPLE'S   PULPIT,  AND WHO MAYrNOT  i Sermon. ;by  charles t; :  RUSSELL  Pastor Brooklyn  Tabernacle.   .,  <"*yp!?-hvn,frr>- ...r^.?-a';!-.^^.-?^....! ^^  f T5nt ff?en th������e are restricted" In ~wF  ���������ripeet to what things they xnay prop-  ;Kerly pray for.r 81.? James; calls aUen-���������  j tlon ioihe fact? that '\many prayers  (-.aro entirsly unheard, because the  -���������petitioners "have a?ked  nml3s"���������for  the gratification of their own. .elfish'  desires  PrayerNqtaDtity. aPrivl-J  Icjje, Says Pastor Russelif  .���������Jehovah a Great-Khigv^  DEFENDED HIS! COTTOW;  Springfield, M"ass., - J.     .--To-day'  opens   an   eight,   day Convention of  tho international lilble Students As-  ��������� ������oclntion.,.,.1.Th&_.altandancia ..is^large. ,  Wfltiy,'spenkci''3;'of ;crent' ability -fire to  livo'    addresses.     The    Oonventlon  ���������ecnii. lo ho wholly for the purposo  , of discussing   tlio   teachings  ,of tha  ��������� Bible,...-nod. for cuUiyntlng,-.Christian,  fellowship.   The   program   call." for  four discourses per,day," and so earn-,-'  ^f*t r,re the.delegates that/npparenUy.j  _-few.-wlM"n'ii__rn service.   .Pastor Iltis-  ���������ell was oiio'MoJ *the speakers of --tb-':  day.'.."'.VeAreport   his   discourse   on,.  '��������� Frnver. Hronvthe- text, "Mine^il'oiise.-  ������hall he called nn House of Prayer  ���������for all .people."���������Isaiah 60:7.  'Tha .Great Teacher's worth applied  tov1he Jewish ,Temple, typicnk.ol the,  Spiritual Tom file,of the. future,1  -Tlie.  " typici.1    Temple    had    lit    various  courts , and    different   divisions   ot  >-'"yof,--������hip'eTS..,.'Soj^e might ;'come. near,  <.������'ii(li,������riiriei;riQt,';s<>.>n.nr io'' tha^flo'ly  of Holies,   iii   wlfich   the 'Shell':tiah  g!ory represented Jehovah God.-'Only  the priesthood )iH(Ln.ccosi toHho Most,.  Tloly ; only -th. .l'.evites :.we're, penult--  t.rl  iu  tha  inner  court;,, then  came  outer court divisions,'some,ioi.which,  were for Gentile?. "J.;,.1- Yy _ ( .-; x. S j  Thu?   tlid . Gorl, represent   iri   tho  type condition!  not of the ��������� present,  hut, f'.f'ilio" fiitti... ' The  rihtity)picRl!.  Temple-'haj not yet-beeti'built.- ,;St..  ���������Peter describes it as tho Church'in  glory,    lie   tells   that' Christ".'!.' It.  chief Goriier" Stone'! ^nnd- that "all ;the  fnjthfiil. saints..of ��������� God   aro    Hying  ���������tones. .,no\v  being chiseled and  pol-  lshed-for'places' ih th. tAglorioiia Tern-  pie'of the future.  As  lhe  stones  of  Solomon's  Tern-  ���������. cj fll _' ������'Irc .nil, shaped, 'snd ..completed;:  1   ' 'befe-re-' lhe "con's Ini c t'i on ��������� -'wns'-'' begun,.'*'  so the C,hnrch of Christ will he con-',  ������trncfp(l-. at the; end pflliis-Age,-, niter  the "living stones" shall' h'avV been  '. hewn'  nud  fitted   for.  glory'.    As  the  Hones of Solomon's Temple were a. .  ��������� '���������'-..perfectly, lilted  to 'their  places ,!lh<it'���������  lliey  nil   went together "without"' the''  .. .-sound,/)! .hammer,., so,,will.it,be, with,,,  .. .V...  construction    of." the/ Church',.  ,   vfliich.* will  be "accomplished"; by "tha"  powers ''of'--> lhe'" first" 'Uesurrec.l'ori���������'  '.'"' 'changed.in-.a'.moment. In the tyy]_n___  -^lfl:"ng^or^Hii .eve','";   for   Vllesh   and"  ;��������� blood rrfnhoi Inherit "-the'Kingdom 'of  ' God'.'-1" Corinthians 15-.50-52.   :"'  '  ' As in the type, so in the'antitype,  Andrew*JitckBon^SKoweti:''Ho  Had  *  ��������� '*    Grim--SensobfHurhor.  A Ylrglnian veteran/used to/tell now  Andy Jackson, used bales 'of/cut ton in  . . the ramparts that be tbrew;.up In de  The:lMaste.r ;tella us'thy.eondtfi-on* Vfense of-'Ijfew Orleans, and It"was oat-  *������- ������m,i, ������.a ���������,,_ h��������������� iW.-������HT.-^rnn- ^ n^tte. of indifference to lilm  , wbose cotton he employed. _.*  1 Some of tbo cotton happened to belong ,to 'a riel^ merchant, yi'ho iner-  , cbftnti follo.wetkhis bales with tiogiilte  ! deyotlouAAlIe ilciuld not bear to :twic  'himself away "from-tuaui.<'"Lie -was  ! standing-over them.wlien, JiuJUsun happened to draw near, nnd, ginning up  upon which'we mjy Kave the "a.suJT'  nnce of the Divine response. . He  says, "If ye abide ln Me. and- My  word? abide In' yon, ye shall ask  whnt;ye will, ,apd It shall be dd'tje  unto-*, yon.1'/ ,(John^B.'^fA't:;' firat  this a'ppeh'n tb'-'crivo'-Gdd's consecrntr  ed people the tight to ask lor anything and to expect everything.  Hut note again the' conditions AO)"1  A Quaint OI_ C'.ureh.  Bt. Leouard's, TivfngtoiC near .MFne-.;.  iiead,  in   Uerdushlre,  la; one  bt   thy A  -smallest   and \qunlnte.������t:" <*l Ai re hes - -* ftf' ���������  Knglnnd   It hns no steeple, init it liny '  two chlmueys. and it Is tlmKhed with   ri,0 ������oamA>������ fiarrfpn Ton  I-qIao*  straw. 'rhe:daieot;rits<o.ist.'iivth.uu l"c   oame  ������araer- 'ea uatest ���������  v Outdoor-Social Amusement.    '���������;  COMPETITION     GREAT   '.FUN.  lost iii the ii)isis*6'/'finy_ulty," ,.;���������.  Nelson's flagship.    " '  The oldest warship in the world I?  probably"tlio  Victory,  Lord  N.l.-on'ai  flagship  afloat at  was launched in 17G7.  ...u   ....,-. j   ut Trafalgar, which. Itj _.tili.  t rortsmoiilli, ,'Kp'glaimA; fcj'li*  Hie liii ished structure-'will ho-follow-  rd    liy   a   Divine, .recognition, ; Tho  Tpmpl? will he til'ed with the' glory  -..; nl llie-'l.oid, and bs.thua' iiiarked'OA  ,.flis diyelling phi eo .-Ior .all, time. Thus  will  he" established��������� very    soon/ wa  "   Inijt��������� God's    a'ntl.typ'ical    l'lblistf'  ol-'  ��������� .1'rsyerA'wherein and whereby all nn-'  Mon?, pc.op.le,..kindreds' and '.tongues ,  nny como 1 ti lo ("llowshlp with'iheir.  Creator,.and hnvo  communion   with  Him .through' Ills appointed agencte!,(  When"Prefer' to consocrnted priests,'  ��������� "���������" div net' inijunderstand' me'to- mean.  lhe-clergy.of .any denomination nor  rif   nil   denomination.."  Tho   Bible-  recognize?, no clerical vclass, but dj������  /������������������ dares'; '"''AH'ya iife -brethren".''''-CSrte-:is  'you'r M'nsle'r, even Christ." (Matthew  fc'):S.)    Tor more than eighteen cen. ;  lurk's God hits been calliui'out from  amongst men   llie  l.oynl  Priestlibod''  ���������rl'i������s,   .lesn?, iheir High l'rlest, wm  '' fli'it.'PiilltJd to suffering and then to  {.���������lory;   nnd   His    footstep   followers  luive   ������inc_   been   invited   to   suffer  with I Mm, that lliey may nlso reign  - w'illr 11 ini; ' i ������������������ !' '    -  .   Throiigli Ihi? Iloyal Priesthood, tlio  world of mankind. In tlip future will  have M-rcsss- to God,   Now. none but'  this   Hoy������I   Priesthood  havo   accesj,  nnd they through .their, great Head,  - tho-IIiirli Priest. n'f,,Ui'eln.','profes'si6t].  Tlip's., by' inith,. have n'ecesa to: God  In pinyer nt the Golden Altar oi  Incem..   These see tha lljrht of tho"  x,,^G.ldni fCiiiuile.5ti.ck .ami..pnrtiijtcr of  . 1 Iri holy lIrcnd\of -Divino' Truth. '-.'A'  (Hhcis tuny approach  God in tho  irn.-e of bi'lng interostod lirnin'i, ds'-  liring tn do Ilia will, and o! seeking  , ., .lo co (ijicrnla:. \viUi = tho Jjoyal  Priest*  A.'hooll and to 'render' service to   tho  l.onl'ai cause.   The inlluenee ol such  . . .   nn nnpt'onch lovv.ot'fl tl.od... Is. njwnys  , ,    liciu'llolit.l,. npjillji)g,, cl'eiinsihg.."Hill"  lho point wo nro emphasizing Is Ui'ut''  ?iII ' sue'���������    npp'ronch*��������� * 1fl'*'(Torl''���������'stop.'  chi'irl of. tho privilege of Irue prayer  lo lllin-of tt'iio rcla'tl6n?liipiUi;iiitn  a.' children.  .Nono    may   pray,    "Our   Father,  '' * ���������' vi'hi'clr nrti,;irt',"Hp'rtvo;i,,,"Q.'.ccpt tlioro  '' ' wh<i IkVvj''iip|i'i'Ortclipd"(jod'.'."in"1 Hi������-  appointed  wny���������tbroijgh  Chrltt���������nnd  ���������'   who silica  havo  beep; forgiven, ;and  <���������   ,; JudiK'ti'd, into, lho":;famjly of 'God. -by:  f. " 'fi b'cfi-UlhE'o.'X.ro'Holy Spirit. 'Tho  ���������    common .concept'of 't(ie rntherhood  ' .ol God mul tho. brotherhood of .man  '���������      Is'-'wholly   'nn'seriplnrnl. , nnd  .metv  nsidu entirely  Lho Saviour im<l 'Pis  Important work in Advocate for 'til.'  Church in tho present, and' ai -Meill.  ,iitrir\(.'lc������;t, lor-the.world In tho futuro.  '���������'.' 'Nfiii'ljArilV Cliristion pooplo In tlia  , jMS-t invp. tiMCcMUMt the   subject ol  ' ir.'ij'c." . vi'.'y''I.'ijl.'iti.'jiDj'. , b'iiiiivf*  ''litivd been urged''lo pray : "ihoralisti,'  who havo never accepted 'OJiHtt lis''  their Saviour, hrtyp been chided for  not I'lf.iyini?., !ln 'a general wny tho  1i)i|ire������.'lon lint been   (?lv.'n   t<.   tho  'tiuAd \iiiii Gwi m   vory niiuovu Vo  ,\ia\a poriio recognition on Ibo part of  ri   , 'liumiiiiity, nnd, will  bo ���������glad  to  bo  ' unproacli'Pd by1 anybody at" _ny tlmb, '���������  'JJoiv flrango a miitaliel ��������� '������������������������������������'  Wai it not God who denotinced'iln  ..  ��������� ��������� r...-4ndvplaced ��������� tho. peimUy>/>T' etirlTi, of *  ��������� *r������..th iipoti llm ilnner, ttrt'I' cut ctt  tlio   flnner   from    fellowihip   with  !jllm������ell? '.Inv'Iifl   cbnngcdf    Will  He ever (JhangeP   Wm not the ���������taU������-  mont that "-God hinreth notilnnen"  ��������� Mrrect onef���������John 0:31.  Gud'i   ^irmngefiient .whereby ,H(i  * ' ' Miuccrated   people   mny   approach  iliui   .sVfptably   1*   dearly ttited.  "We (tho Royal Prieathoctdj bave^an  Advocate   with   the   Father,   Jesus  Christ the Righteous."   (t John 2:1.)  But before tho Redeemer of men,will  become , tha ...Advocate ������������������ for.- any,  oar-  r-tain-terms and-conditions  ore   laid,  down.   Those approaching   are first  of all reminded that "no man cotnelh  tinto  tho Fa'lher   but  by   Me"���������the  ..Advocate.,, .And., upon ^.inquiring, re-  spAlihg the terhis  upon which-:He  would,,be tlieir Advocate; wo aro;ad-  monishod that lie. serves only those  Who. become His-disciples.   Inquiring  tha'i'terms^of; disci plesn'ip, we'.receive  I the; answer. -!"If anv;man will come  f after Ma,'Met hiiri,;:deny himselfA'and  take up his cross, and follow ?Mi?.-'���������  Matthew 18:2-1. ... -    ,..���������  Under these conditions' the -poorest  and -the meanest of humanity havo  the ..privilege   of   approaching,1 with  courage   the   Throne   of   Heavenly  Grace to obtain mercy,' and .'to-find  graco to help in -every.time of need.  (Hebrejy9?,4:16.)'V13o. equally;..certain  Is it that "none'others have access to  .Owl.   "Neither ,is * there   any  other  .namo  - gl.ven     under    Heaven.."' or  .a'hiohgstoh.n whereby wo   must'' be  saved"   from   our-fallen   condition,  ^han-the name of Jesus.      ���������'���������    '���������'���������'  _"..Porhap3 there is comeUiing'revolu-,  Ttionary in this   thought   that... while  all may .worship in the sense';of .bowling down and'.showing reverence" k>'  ihe Almighty,-' none   but. the' cense-"  crated   followers  of Jesus have -arij.J  ' assurance    whatever   of   the:. Divine  supervision   of   their   affairs;     And  none  but  these have- any .authority  for .coming to God in prayer...  ���������  One" exception'to this rule" should  be., here, stated;    namely,   that' the  children    of    consecrated    believers,  while.;;they -are'.;-tiU]i immature   of  judgment; have a'standing with. .God  through  their, relationship   "to   their  .p.arents;. ��������� ,>_..; Paul  makes this very  'evident'''hi'"'hi.   declaration":' ��������� "Tha  unbelieving husband i? sanctified by  tho. wife, ond the unbelieving wife ls  sanctified ;.by the'.husband, else were  'your children unclean, but-how  are  ..tljey. .hflly.'.V-l ���������.Cor,, ,7.:l *..���������...;,. ���������   .,,..,  The .translation of.this text slight-  Ty"' bec.lo"uds'.Athe Apostle's, ^bought,  "which'J3  that where' either- of. .the t  ip^r'enU^has���������-b'ec6m'6--a*"-#*ui7!cipleiTof']  ,Jesus,  the. child   stands   related'  to  ':.God.-' regardless', of   th .   stauding of  ihe other parent.   Such children "may  participate in  * orship and An  pray.  er'.    lUil- this'relationship manifestly,  terminates  shortly   after   tho. child,  shall have come to a personal knowl-  ^edge', of", its .'responsibilities'.'   There-  ,upqn it.'must make,ga per3o'nal���������cove,-���������  riant ,'with   j,he'  Lord, or -have;;;its  s ta n'd ing'-with'!Hto "rest of tlie'world.  'Arid Uiat'standing", be it remember,  ���������ed. >does' not .mean liability to; eternal torniant.'  Tt merely means alien-'  fltion;iseparalion; from God,.and-from  ,His, special caro and providences In  'the present'time; for the Divine arrangement is"' for "the.'ultimate ,',ble.������s.  "If ye, nhide" in -Me."r 'Those; jv.hp j to tbo chief, ho sai<l:'"Alons!-ui,,lt Is  oro in'Christ are -New 'Crea'tiire.";'. to 7  them "old things havo passed away,  !  and all things have   become- new,'-'  Those    who, have   thus   come   into  'daruu'ge'for you. inch to tnk'u niylmt  ton. All property Is saci'L-d-and inusl  be proteetcd."  ^niembership AtY iii. illody Fof" Ch^ -I t^?^$J^^ ^ y������" '[*"  ������V,������ ������^..������Li������,i ^������.���������.���������i'; ,v,.n.'Wi!in    this Is your cottonc,.' ,.       ;  , "Oh. sure, most sure," sahl thuimer*  1 'rluiiit. "I kuuw Uio iimrks, till oi tlit'iu.  j F.t puis, nlors, this cotton, ������tr. niust he  | defended/'. ���������.. ���������_..���������,      ;'.:       :-  I Alac-ksoii";turned to^a"private and (old  ; hlin ito feti-li a"niiisl..t atVout'e. The  musket being brought, the general Inld  F;lt In ,.flie. iiicrchiiiit's arms and'said  y-w-itli a. grim smile: y  .   "My'.friend, you nre the most propet  .person I;.know of to dofopd'-your own'  ���������:property!.- Stay ht������re, tlien, aud do uo,  Btir at your peril." ;���������;"  . ���������:  ing-of.mankind through. the.,Messianic  Kingdom���������thrbugh tho Temple of  Glory, and -its. Royal 1Prieslh,ood,';g!ori-  fied;' iii- 'its'.Kingdom po\\*er '-'for a  thousand years.- " ��������� ;;;  Some might be   Inclined   to' say,  There., ore millions   of   peoplo:;' who,  With'moro or le*. formality',, approach  God in prayer daily.   Should we not  fear Hint nfl'er 'a truthful'; presentation of the facts these,would be, discouraged?   Our   reply "i_\. that' tho  whole  responsibility   for   (he  Divine  Plair rests upon --.ita;.Divine, Author.'  who soys. "lie that hath My Word,  let him.. Fpenk My Word faithfully."  Tndocd,.the preaching of the'Truth  on this subject may bring mnny in.  different ones to the   point  of-d^cl- ���������  Mori, .and .thus .greatly behoflt'.'.he'm.  Hnve.wn not been telling thu':;world  In general that, thero   I?  'practically  no difference  between  Go'd'a ''people  by coiipeonition and J.\ie children of  'thl'i world? "ITavo \vo -not' beep- mis',  loadint? ihem in this respect?,. Is it,  not high  timo  that they: were told  the  truth  on  thi?,  as  well  uj'A������omt3  othor subjects?1'" ���������*'  "���������   ���������    ;'���������;  A    gentleman    who ���������' nltended    my  preaching  in   London   mot  me  th.  following day-and-pniil-,. "Your. dis.  courso-did-not at-.alLcncourngo, me:  ,{!,!depd,,..it,.gi'pn.thy..discouraged;.me. T  nod for years thought of'myself, a* a,  Christian, boing,���������,a.,- tuemboj  of   the'  Churcli ni England.' I'partlolp.fitod ln  its servieo, hut without ever'.'hnvlng  bad the thought, thnt 1 could:-not be  Hcpop,t,n|jlo fls .ono. .-,<jf'I*]|j,'-children,  fior "ns   a   niembor   of   tho. Church  whoso names aro written iir Ile'ftven,  .jrovpt ,by.. the-iiymlclng bf a" Mill'consecration; of->myVIife. loathe Ixird, "A  hnd homo gfiriotia ,-ilrjoii^'hts   on my  homeward way,'; Y' Y7    ! '���������  .��������� ��������� Wo,replied 16,tha effect IhatMalth-.  tu\ it -lho-wound:<jf  HfRfriend'}'! ond  that If'our"shnkirig-o!;,hia telf-con-  (idenco In n'fprnittlislltf'iplftly nlfjiild  result in bringing him ip a truA' con.  Becrntion.'to.lho \k,hl a ml to atmemv.  tho consecrated Church.'have'given  up their'own.,wilja,' have set aside  earlh'y   aims ��������� and'   p���������?p'eets; . ond  hnvo necepttJd instead the, will of the  J.ord and   the, Heavenly, hopes   and  "'prospeet.v set   before ;tlYbm"! itv:His  Word.   These,--therefore, d.i'nct wish  to ask for .earthly things, but merely  to request tr.e,Het.ven]y.."thhigi, whioh  would  assist ���������.'Ih^'hv.-,in'"making -their  calling and electIph^suw',".:   I -;-'   A  Then  comes"' the "other .'��������� consideration:   (2)  ',HL Mv -Words'"' abide   iii  you."    This  signifies that  the"-petitioner not only has -a new will���������the  will of the Master-ib^t'-^bat-ljevbas  sought to know what that will is,"as  ^.pressed, in; the"Master's wordsror  ,'teachings,;.'-And .all   such'! pupils In  tli9   school  cf'Chrlit  are "taught, "of  Him    and   guided   into   the   understanding of the Scripture?:'hence-nre  able to rightly ' divide *" IbV'Wo'rdf oil  Truth,  to ^appreciate , ths   promises  which.belong at the present'time to  the Church, nnd to differentiate-these  from  tlio promises for the world "in  ��������� the next Age.    These know what to  .flsk   for,   and   having ��������� the   Master's,  spirit,  would  ask   tor  nothing   else,  .Thus  all-thoir' petitions,' being '" for  spiritual    things    promised    in    ths  -S'criptures.wwotiK.^hav.o.-. a...rich,Jiilhl_,  ment. .   "'       '" '"' "   ���������* '���������"''" ;  When'' St.  Paul   urges   the   consecrated    Church    to    "pray    without  ceasing"   and"'-"in  everything,   give,  -thanks," he evidently does not refer  ' to formal prayers,-'but rather to that  prayerful attitude' o! the heart which  under  all   circumstances  nnd': conditions looks��������� to Godr-either " ior. ��������� wis-1  dom and guidance to do His, will; or  with   thanksgiving'"aiid "praise , for  blessings  received  and-, .prayers   answered. ! AA  ' Nothing in  t"..e  Apostle's languaca  indicates    tha^,- the . Lord's, '��������� people''  should be nlwa'ys on their "knees, or,..  on; tlia- other-, hand ;thatythey should-'  never go upon their knees, but mere-  .y thnt they should uplift,theirMiearts  _l_L.G_Ld_fl___all_.Umes.andJjLalLQl,li.feIs_L (i^-im,),.,!,-,.^.,.-^  affairs.    The priests in the" type of- ..*.-?. ���������,-������  .fered  lho  mor.-.ing and'the'evening,  .sacrific.es before the Lord,- and so'Uie'  Royal  Priesthood  surely  desire  lhat  every   morning 'and.every 'evening  Divine  mercy / and ^ blessings   should  -be  acknowledged .witlv   thanksgiving  and   appreciation.  Net  only   so,   but   parental   duty  properly ,requii;e-;4hat. the ...Christian.,  parent,   so   far   as   possible, '"iho'ii'hf'  worship-wiJih-.-ljnmatur.e-,children Aot  wbdnt'-pa..tyyn"d3 as setiondary tiriest';,'  and that he should offeT with-these  .thankagiyitig  and  praise,   and   petition for wisdonij.ohd guidori.ee l^.'thc^,  knowing"nhd 'doing of   the" will   cf-'  Q������d- ������������������:'���������      -������������������������������������  a, ��������� .......    ��������� ., ..,.  The Church   of   Christ, tho Royal'  , Priosthoctfa. is.-i-a '��������� special   family, of';  God.   "All yo arc brethren.'   One h'  your Master."   and   "Ono   Is   your  Father,"   Whenever these meet, wor-,  ship nnd ��������� praise should -constitute ��������� t-  part of their acknowledgment-of, the,  Heavenly Father.    Hymn., of praise  ^should properly b8'"co'n6idered prayer,'  'a united worsuip. In which ail nny  participator   Hut if-any'of the,Lord'*  family;  the.. Royal  Priesthood,  hava  gotten into sin, he should hesitate to  ���������tako..any--public .part In .prayer .or.  .worship.   Ha should' consider"hnnoelf,'  because of his enlightenment, to ba  ono of-the-wicked, ond .hearken tp, the  message, "Unto tho wicked God .allh,  \VhaJt.,lyut. thop.lto.,d.olto. declare My.  ptatutoV.'-'ot tlV'if' "thovr* BiioHsliJQ-t ti'k'rt  My covenant in thy ..mouth? seeing  'thou'hatest'lnstruction'andcaitest My,  wotiJ* behind t,i.oa."T-Psalm G0:1Q,; 1'7.'  Ah, what charigos woiild'b'o vrotiglit  In'Christendom If this principla ver->  understood and applied! Many co������tly  choirs of unbelievers would   bo dis.  missed.   Tho   congregational   tinning  would ha   much  behind' its 'prei'eilt  musical standard (or a time at least,  but ipuch  more  acceptablo  to  God,  Who ea'n .dispute that ������omo timo the  Christian standard will be lilted to h  much higher level than  at pieient?  Who can dispute that tha iHect would  . Savings Banks Accounts.  "Dorm-nit iii'oounts" in savings bank?  tire those wliieh have u'ot been udded  to or subtracted lioiii for u:certaiu  number of yenrs, .varying In different  stntfs. ln MiissiifbiiPt'lts 'theso ' ;u:-  coutits event nu I l.v. .'liter being udv.r<  tlsetj, revert to the state.  New Touch That May Bo Given to *,  Last Year's Belonging���������Wild 'Flower  ��������� ^Garden Made on a Half Dollar Scrap  of Ground. i.'        ;  Denr Klsa-Pmnnior ten parties uru  fas.liuitlng this season, livyrybndy  ihiiiccs nt, these little gatherings iu  niiieli ns���������1 menu moro than-lboy drlnl:  tea, punch, etc. Tlio other afternoon I  v   . , wont to a delightfully "snappy"  (by  ~Z T~~    ~ ! tlio wny, this and "wonder.ul" are lho  Brass and, Heat..      .    .      i   , ,    .,   . .   .      -    * ,    ,  ' Brass Is the best "reflw-tor-of heat of ' "n"K word's ll,nt' aro be"' ;W0,lu"1  anv metal. ! overtime this summer) lea served iu    ' Uie garden of a friend's home.  Quick Tanning Bark.     ' j    U Wlls ������ive" "��������� llonm' of \wo ������,rl������  ��������� Qhebnichobiirlc, tine'ol' the chief ex. | w,,������ ;vcre, t=Ul-vl,,S l������ tl10 ,ho"so "^d  ports bf the Argentine, will tim leutht. I )vl"i frnnUly ownert tlieiuso vos "utter.  ,nt least three'timesjis fast as tl.e bark i '>' ^volous, ��������� "bo 1 nm gniug n tea  '���������' m v "t ��������� .-  _..._ ,.. i_.��������� | party   to   match,"   my   hostess   wins-  ENERGY OF.RAlSlUM..  'Ono Ton of It-WoUW'Equal In ^bvi-er  1,500,000 Tons of Coal.    <V...   -r  ���������A* If one could utllizo the energy'-of v  'ton of radium through a space of'thirty years it would be sulileient ro'drivt  , a ship'of ":iri,t)0ult������JnV- witli';englues' ol  lo.tKM) Ijorsepower. a,t a ratio of riftoer'  knots, throughout .'iti'ov. whole' .thirty  ��������� years.. To do this l,fi.0b,(HJ0'."t(iiis of coa)  are aelually reiiuiied.'.s'viys iho (Jliicagc  "T i'i liii ho: ���������"���������������������������        'YAy: .^; '-  These nro not fiitu'iftibngitVps., for the.  0 enei:gj'..vJs;.jht^  filet. It Is iihlilv.ly ti'iMriuati'.,iiyill evoi:  produce   inucli   inoro   lliau'-'.'h'ilf t ai*  ounce of radluiu n year.     "A   l-'-'V1-*-  Still, 'flie"fiicl"1s "iinpurtaVit for this  rciistin-tiiju. science Is convinced thai"  the -'I'ndiimi'.lir iVijIinnV/bfornl^o is not  tho only element" which* 'possesses this  inai"ve.lniis store of energy,-but thnt-the,  e.'iit-iiiiu in gypsuni a'nd the sodliim \b  comiuun suit contitin- also, this "energy  content. ",  !;.,,.., ( ,.  TiieVvtde'nce'tit :t lie ^wonderful auhplc'  energies lii,tli.o jcomnton,elements ol'1  everyday inaterhil is'rtipldly 'occiiinii1'  ���������lntingiiind'scloutlsts are'of the opinio,  that perhnps these . sanie discoveries  may in liine alter tbe whole .uture oi  ot the oak or (iie'beinlo't'k, aud in less  than ten yeai;s. fortunes liavo been  injicle��������� by' 'speculating lu tpiebra'i-lic  lands. . Nearly,a million tons of the  ���������wood or the dry extract are sent to  tbis country nnd -Eu rope' Annua Ily. The  growth of tbe tree ls bt the slowest;'  and tt Is estimated that a thousand  years are.reijuircd'to reach maturity.  Mexican Landowners.  ���������   One'thousand families control nearly  ���������all Uie soil.ot Mexico..- ���������  Pompeii. -K  . Pompeii ��������� was overwhelmed by on  eruption by Vesuvius on' tlie night ol  Aug. '2-1. A. D. 79. The city lay burled  in ashes; for- lift eon centuries, when a  countryman, turning up the ground  found u brunze figure, which ied to further. se.areh, . vi.lh the .result that the  whole city was tit'last "tiueovered.  bo nno of gfcat Fjilritunl refreshment  arid blepslng to' tlmse really de.iroiir  of knowing and serving the Lord?-  And who would dUputo that the, ef*  feet upon tho worldly.nilnd.jd would  ho'hiMipflciMl' alsoP .It would do them  good lo know Iho truth���������that, they  are without God and have no hope,  fh.pcausn Ibey.linve .not co.inpi4lnto rein- I  Advoriitc. wlio������o onlv termi thr-y havf '  .liu* fnr iejected.   Might v.O hM h"9pt  thnt-rlfclitly -ir.foTrnctl- ;nwi.tiy :olAiit*e  now indifferent, would bocotno saint/*  indeed? u,.  Nut* Make Sparkling Eyfi.  ���������  ''���������"   ;'The' Kitchen'Sink.   ' " "  It la a slatigtifiil.fiK'L that farm.wo=.  /nen'die eailler lliiin'doffii'n'n' ineu and  that those who survive the^years' of  .drudgery..break.In health, sooner than  do the ineu, Tho opposite is true ln  town.   Tlicre ts no doubt lu niy mind,  .lhat .tliB,.biggosL'fnct������.rilir_.be tleveto'p-  ment ol' this slate of affairs Js tliejwo.e..  ������������������ful .la'ojc.of li\bor saving .cbutrivatnc.es  In"' t-fio'i ftii'inVivoiiinn's libipd. *.'JMnfiy  bouses iu the coniitry nro slill .yyllhoiit  that gr^ntester labor savei:sr������t kitchen islnU'An-sink'-wiil. n piiui|)������'or..fnncet  aud^villi n drain lending dnt from Iti'  Tin." currying Ih nnd out (if, water Is  tjiei'iilbsX'l.abni'ioiis. nnd back breaking  task of all Hi. hard tasks belonging'I'o  tbe housekeeper. There It. rirfi.Biibstl-  tiile. for, ii..kitchen sink. Jf .\\6ii can  n'dirbii't'oiiu thing to your, home this.  [. y'enr'iiiid ifyou hnve no kitchen"sink  let tiiut bo the iidditlou.-iKtiFni and  Klresldo. .1   ' v"  _,   : Jm       '.* *"<! 'J-  '���������: " \ '. ���������' %      ' *  '      '��������� - iWhy People Tt;a.vll.! i*  Piccausu they think Ilii������J1,,iTi'e going to-  ���������/cai'Ji:-KOiiietliliiH."-undslMs only by Irnv.  ollng   that   lliey   enn   discover ; thai  knowiedgo does nut ctiiiio by travel.  ' Hociinsolt helps them to get beltei  (i\cqiiiiliiled wllh their nelghbni's-i?oii)(  <WiiWhi"iil''iFliVy>fi.ro liouiid.-to-fa'M in wltb  on their travel's.       "s"'   ,;,; ,  t nijcjitiso-tbo, doctor tell.^tiioui tbey  ouj.ht.tn,        ' -'���������':,'  lleciiuso It gives tliem t.ho lllusloi:  of, stipotidi'lty uud furiilsliesUhein wltt/  topics of fnnversnllon.  ' llci'iitii-'u it. costs more tlntii' they cat  nflonl, - ;-- ;  ,  Mecnuso thvy don't kimw^nll (lie dl*  ngreenlilo things that \vlir happen t(  'tliem. y  llct'iiiisn ll Is Ilio only way In wlilel1  they _eaii   dNiover   liotv '.coiiifoi'liihk  they uro ut liumo.-Llfu.   ���������"  The Czar's Private Car.  , Tbe privnte cat.of the czar of Russia  ts dynamit. proof, rind owing to it..  weight 1.1.could not run on tbe greater  .part of. Uie. European lines.  ���������.-������������������������������������';'     Oxford Bibles. -���������.  . ������������������'As,nji..Jl)ustni11i)n of what the Hiblo  output of the Oxfiii'd'University l'rcss  ;ltvolves,' it inlght' be mentioned that  the/Kkiiis.-.of 100,000 animals aro used  evci'y year for the covers of Oxford  ________je_e. ___Kl__l(_),Qt!lJl_b eet__of_goJ(i  are^required for,gilt lettering.  The Tallest'Men of Europe. *y  Tbe tallest men of Europe nre'feinhd  ��������� in Catalonia,.Normandy, Yorkshire and  the Ardennes' district' bf Belgium.  Prussia gets-her tallest recruits from  Sehleswlg-Holsteln. tho original.homo  ,o. the. Ai.iglo-Sasons; Austria from tho  Tyi'olesV 'hYghfiinds. "The.- Albanian  Turks are *still a,n athletic'race, and  the ]iallves''*iOf the Caucasus nro.a*  sinewy nn1l':'gii'imt"a_ "iti1 tlie" day's of  the argumuits., '. ;..,...  peved, its she liuug round tny neck a.  label bearing n large nVmbcr. j  "Just us if 1 am a motorcar or a  thing lit auction *to bo knocked;.down to  the highest bidder," I laughed.  "That hist is moro or lops what you  ire,"'Mrs. ri. replied" And, as it mutter  of fact, .time-proved that I wits. So I  carried off a very beautiful silver rose  bowl,  which was tho flrst prlzo  for  ladles.' "a  But I must explain the competition.  It,was both novel and original, and it  isn't easy to find these two Htialiflc.-t-  tlons at "game" teas. Is it?    '  After having been duly numbered  eat'b guest was given n little card,  'with pencil'attached, oir which was  written: "If you bad to choose between instant annilillatiou or marriage,  which., girl (or mini) In 'this room  would you tnko for your'life partner?  Please put down tho number of tlie  candidate you select. N. IJ.���������lt is  ������galnst the rules to vote for annihilation."  Each card bore the number of Um  person holding lb; and lb would surely  have been"'discovered- If- guests voted  for themselves, whicli of course would  not-be fair, sinco tho lucky .owner ot  the highest number of. votes took'first  prize. . What a mean Insinuation this  Is, byt it would spoil the nppearuueo  of the page if T erased it. .so let-it go  as au expose of my really; truly self.  '  '   A Regiment of Wives.  King ne-Me-Ilalh one of.TJie early  'rtile'rs. of' Egypt, '.we art; Assured by  ,a   Pennsylvania, university] professor,  _ai_- SOO 'wives. ''       r' i   " "  ; .���������.:,". Shark Worship In Hawaii.  .. TIiq sliarjc hns . been".pprjnips Iho  iposf ijtilversul.ly 'worshiped..qf nil tho  ���������llii.wnl'iitn.nhlhinl gods. St'rnhgo ns it  mflX'.*P*HUt.i(. Jsjantlcfs, f. vinoi'ly' ro-  garded (io shark as being'tlio friend  .and protector of nil those who pay him.  .d-voi'l attention, Each locality along  tlio coast of.tIjo main Islands of tho  Hawaiian group formerly had its patron slinrk,. whoso ' liiune.; iplacu nf  abode, history, otc, weruiiiH well  known tu his superstitious, wprslilpui's  faithfully performed.  ' Thrto li a g/caVdcaV.of uliifrpincii*,  drowslneM, 'ainongst. OhrUtln'tl* people. Many have mixed Ipr them-  enlvcR theological potion., Jtjiwhich a  form of- '((odllne.19' eomblwd ," with  world'lncji n producing ia lotn/ircy ni  renpeeti (food Uiblo ������ttuIy,]Clifi������llsn  eh'nTHcternnd-tiho-mrvlce till lior] as  "Ilii amly������n������ndori.;'W��������������� wouH .llko to  VW&en 't'.u'se, to' hun lh*ijt' Ki.ow  tlmt they ������re trifling with I tujIOojpel  ^nll, and iitiIobi thpy tnk������,'(h������ doc!-  live itcp they will bo forever butsld*  tho High Calling and privilege, of  tho Church. ������ I J,  Kot cny li ths privilege;or. prnyer  'flbnflned to tha 'con������������er������ted people of  Ocd,   ������������������i-nctlfltd   lu Chrjlt iHifi^  Hum ol lh������ Wirei.   ,  Anytliltig that Is .(I'l'lfhi'tJ in opt tt'  bu thrown Into vibration by,tho furce  of Ihu nlr blowing iig(iln*-t,lt.;  If It vt  brutes nu la.il tis to prodih'b Ilio alt  waves (hat nur onr.-t can hour,then Hint  Is what wo rail fuiiiiiI.   'HiIh l������ whal  -jliapiiePi lo tho ti'legrii[ih ,\vli es when  they luitn, and If wo put 'rtiir liiuul on  lho, telegi'iipli polo wo shnlli feol that  't'it'o'-wires vtliruto'htCortgll' cnoiigli to  net Iho whole poit* Irembhlji:)ton,   But  when I ho nlr Is ipilto btlll 'ItW felegrnpl'  wires do n.it litiui. ; ���������, _���������  ��������� ' ' Molecules,'" j  Iii n drop of water thoro nro nbout  i,000,000,000,000,0t)0,000,000 molecules,  If ono of theso molecules wero inagul-  fled Hint iippenrpil twenty feet In diameter'tlio atoms of which |t It composed would lo:ik like Hunting spl'cUt  of dust. And each atom Is like it. solar  system.  Odd Punishment, i  Bigamists In Hungary get odd punishment. Tlio mail Hilly eiiuugb to  inari'y two wives Is legally fnnvil fn  llvo with, both of thcni lu tho huiiiu  Iidiish.  Cjirtrldflen m Currency.  Carlrlflges lu Abyssinia furin part nf  tlu> t'liri'fni'y nud nio ivcogiil/vd ns  nno sixteenth of u thnler.' An niiioitll.  or mlt bar, Is uccepted na t'ruui onu-  third to one-II nh of n tlui lor, 'I'tiiileiy  bearing iho (uirtrnlt of .Miirln 'I'lieresu  is stilt minted In Austria lur Ilio pirn  poses nf Ahyi't'lnl'iu currerii-y.  ,,.Ilu'ro wa< a'liuj<i���������lt ������fecms, not lone  *ngo"'when peoplo''ddrla'recl nut! gavi  a J .      .' ' ' I '      . . ' ' '      '  ' '  lilCltk    1"   ''I, .*...- I',    I"'IV    Hi^.,     'i<������C   Vln)  for squirrel������, and that they eliou1,..  never J_o rnten by humnn being* iti  thrir right mlirli nnd icnic*. Hut  times clinngc, Nut. nro iinlveraail}  recojcnUcd .h)?, a hfitltli giving i lood, ���������'  nnd' the tv,onderftr'l cosmetic' quilltl*������  of the oil of tin* but. nro bAnf iippre  cUted by Kuropean wemen.  Plo*n*,fn Q*ltln|; To'gtth������r.  Membcnhlp In tho Ontario Plow-  pi^i/i Anoclstior). which org������ii)lr.������tloo  I������ l!d#d by th.  Ontnrlo I)e{.Mrttn������ot  , of Agriculture, ban tacrcnicd frtin SC  t- * ��������� ri rm ,���������"-.��������� i     - A ���������-   - .- - .-      *���������        i -  AluminfurV),  Several   imoIiiIh   hi  M'lll.jiiijlly. thlp  _ _������_ i|,ivi,.   ���������y,\,U\%s   ll ,ili-ji,IM III    ^ III II    l.fili-  V/Jiry AM������M'iv������i'.   ' I r'i I'll.l.ijb ti". jierjiMjii-1,) 11-:*i ������������������>:.)��������� Ui,  rA't (,'flii't geh-jld Snip tlie'fiillor tu pay | u>. plt.'lts llgbtiiei-v, j������i. far has proved  ���������any tittuntlutt*'fu uie,!' rutimtkeit Ditb- | inipniftvnliic i������> light.  bk-lgh. A i  ' j  ' t,^'liat'8vtrnngo,"R3ildSliiljiciR. "Ilo'i Clly Life.  'MO.t lissldllo'iitf Itt lllrt (llti-'llliolt 10 UIO.       rvirtvtwn por I'l-nt nt  tin, iwjml..ilnii  Kwuis mo ilircu or funri;l;iiid ejui'y '  'tioiitli/'-IInrptr'a Weekly..   _i:  Of Aiuerii'ii llvo. In cltlt-j*.  E������*ily Explain^  KJder-If j cm bi.'lluve tli^l ever} thing  tlint .tnkes- {iliico ly forfOrtliliied wtiy  did y'oii'fl-iilhiri Ilio m,'iir'*.(iii ennglif  stenlliig your wouil) Deai'im-Henn^o |  I cmildii't lirlp If. 1 Ml' tft.'il II win  forcordnlnnl that ll ���������buul'd wallop htm,  ���������~Huston Transcript.  In thli world It l������ not what wc tnk������  up, Imt what we glvo up, ii.aft im������k*#  ������l rt.li^llviiry Ward Heater.  '��������� Poinlird. ,  A teacher tnlil unit nl liei'fntv������i that'  tlm nest' llmo ho wrnto u ctimpuhitlon  there ,'um-t be, home {mint init. 'llm  lubjc't <>f hit next dUipiiilttun nur,  '^^i'^'l1U���������R.,,     '        '"   ' ';..  To"como 'UaclT to the compet ittonAa^  .lot of pleasure wns glveirto a dear old  bachelor colonel of seventy-three, who  e'aslljv>hoaded,'lh.o ipen'. .poll aud was   .  presented, with -a' ehivr'miiig   leather  blotter.    Tho popularity   of  tho  girl v  who got the most number, of votes wns  easily accounted for because sho was  going to bo'married  tho nest week,  and lho men felt tlioy could vote for .  her without compromising themselves.  Another story:       ���������'   '"'!������������������-,  If'.vou havo a summer parasol that  needs rejuvenating try Kntlierlnc L.-n  latest scheme.' Yon know how KjiIIi-  crlne loves pretty things, and ibis parasol Idea of tiers Is really worth while. ���������  i'ho sunshade watt originally a beau-'  tifuliy embroidered ono of wliito linen  .with a design of roses, and after carefully washing and bleaching the parii-  phllo sho tinted  tlio  flowers In roso  shades  and  Uio  leaves   with   water  colors.    . "���������  Tina gavo an entirely new touch to  h last year's belonging.. Kathcrlijo, tho  Immaculate, as wo call her, always  tises a littlo water color paint tho obr-  roefuhade of yellow on tlie extenulo'i  part of tho solos of,her russet shoos  In order to keep tliein looking like new.  Wllh apologies to Mr...-Kipling���������an-  'other story:  I know how fond yon aro of wild  flowers, so a garden I miw recently  tiuinodliitely -suggested .lyour bright  bonny seir to nio. It was n wild llower  gaVilen, and, us lho owner expressed  It, she had mado If. from a scrap of  ground "as largo as n half dollar," and  lt certainly does blossom like a 'rose.  "The best way to make your garden,"  snId   tho  woman   who  knew,   "Is   lo  ti'iiiiFplaiit   yon r    llowers    from    Ibu  woods,     It   i.s   almost   Impossible   to  gnllier wild needs.   Tlio wind and Ibo  birds get ahead <iT one.    And the Hor-  IMs liuvu very few of (lie needs needed,  Sunui of llie wild plants  that cumo  from bulbs can he procured from lhe  tiiit'sc.ymiiu,   Many uf Uio violet* nnd  hepMlleas,   but  practically  nil  of  the  plants, must be taken from the wood".  "Iti'Kin ymir gnrdeu," continued tlm  (lower enthusiast, "by traiiMpliiuliiiu a  bit of lhe soil as well,,for few of tho  llciwor������ will thrive In ordinary garden  mil.    I tig out a spueo of fourteen or  lill,'i'ii inches deep nnd lill It wiib leaf  mold mid loam from tlie wood*.   If you  ('���������'iii't  do   Ihis' mix   a   llltlo  sand  and  ni'i'.'h fertlH/ci' in wltb ibu g.irden m .1  ft' ft Is heavy; If II Im light nnd sandy  ; tmrlcli It thoroughly wlili nuiiiiiie,  ���������     fit.,      .1.1.  ,I,.W������     ������,,<.      ,-.   ���������!    .,,    .,.LI,J|l|l.l.aa.|l������M    t-t  f.11.  tn  trmi'-p'aut   tlm   uovtv*)  -ind   j-':M,t-  1 lu  a   tnol*t,  sluuly' conii'i'   pile  ���������juiiui  ' Flones,    It is here that'tile ffiiw nnd  liin,si van be plmed.", ,  ThN garden W going In be lovely nil  mmttuiT. tind I inn v\irf tlie advice \������  reliililo, 'llm IciiIIs ..so f.ir kuivIj  piove It In a iii'"-'! sallsfiflory way.  Why don't ynu Mitrt'iVgarden of thU  tmi't on your hiilf doilar piutV   Time'*  up;  mi.   with  nil  u'ooil   wisher,  and. ������  lih'iimiiit  inotilh of rotiei for joii nlV  ���������t������..|!i' j.,'������������������������, M lI'M*  Weight of tha Earth.'  Our eiulli  wilgtw Hbntit (ld..U<)0,iK)O,.  X������).tHW,lH>V>OU ��������� lui*   Iir   :'..H������I    poi|IKt<������  Jin h, Tlit-io llguteft nre ������o eiioiii'ioo*  tint the mind ���������mi lurm ui.i n.nr.-pUi.a  irbulfv������r of Ut* omiMJtb**'Involved.  i;e'.i  &uf]Mr  Roll*.  j Vho nott time ynu me viuikin. r<dl������  try iiuttlf.u' a 1'inip i>f v'g'"'!" 1'1*' tolft-  dlr> of each befmc Hie lr*-. il*litg.  When Mn' riali-* iH'i-'" tinVi'.l tin* MUffli  *Sll l-.f!'3  i"':t '.<r.tl will iii.-.l.v ri ft**  tttUI*   flftl. -K^rM*^-^^*^  i^ss^Sfia^Ss'^r^  THE NEWS, cmiBERLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA  >li,yiW>������i1W"  ^^���������%i������|ii_^M-yi^M.twwiW(*fia^WB|WfB^  <  lip. DUNNE, TAILORgJ  t. t*v  MX  *-GSf'������*>v  A nt'W liim of IhiiiU-i'fi on salt* tliii week,'  (.)n:tlitY Best and pric������s ns low u. '.I'lssiblc,  A full titii' uf FuniituiT,- luAi. and budding  Aiwnvs <"'!) hand.  MolMiec IW,  A. Mo&SNNpN     Cumberland  Every Woman's  Desire  IS TO BFa  iL  ell Dressed  (_  ts  &  v_..^.-...'.v-.-V- .������������_*.���������..��������� ��������� ������.-....- ������_������*__w-_������_l~_���������.-���������  ll  UO TO-  iOoriJ. Mi'UiJtil-JLiI  j  t  ,8  FOic  vorii'        }  .Geol BlacRsmithing j  ,      '     -AX.D- !  h(A?^.  Si (/���������'> .>V.L."������l������*'t'*ili;y  i ll'l'li  Cuinbo/'land,     J  ;'  I Wood Wood. 1  ��������� Wtiod. I  J ������    Now is the lime to pl-co ������  '   ������                                  II'             _ V    V Tl ������  (������)    \onr  o������w.    lor    o...Aj. >���������*  %   "            WOOD-  |    82.50... pur don bio load |  'I'   $1.50;.. .ptM* single IojuI ���������  Jj                From The  o ' ; |  | Star Livery  ������ .                 - ������  The foi'owinof is the chango  in tin. mail sci'vlc. starting tit is  ���������wivk:  SI turner's   '-avriv-tl   at   Unioi)  R iy  Tuesday evening.., 6 30  Thursday evening 6.30  Saturday evening 6,30  'Tiains leave the station for Un  ..o;i Dny iu. follows:  ���������Tnesdiiv evening'' ... s o'clock  Wi'dnes'Jiiy.niorning 7    ' "  ' Thursday evening. .5     ���������'  ���������"���������H-v-i ol a-y-u 1 or-n i ngu,--���������7���������^,i_-   .Saturday evening. . 5 only  ^������ri���������\^^������3X^S)������'':?)������'l)������5Xi)S>S>5  Have your Clothes Tailor-Made  &  8  tH  1 TtKlnsare that Individuality  in style and fabric  Piaee youi. ovdep uiitfa j  i  ������. 1|1 -fl*  <���������>  NOTICE  Cumberland & Union Waterworks  Company, Limited,  Sprinkling wiil bo allowed ot.ly  two nights a weuk, vi/,: Tuesdays  und Fridays, from 7 to 9 o'clock  in too evening, Leaky tap must  bo attended to at once. Any chan*-  rfes.or additions to existing piping  must be sanctioned by the  Oom-  jtaar  MONTREAL  iSiS'wii^ ���������.  AGENT   FOR  AND  FEEDIFEEDLFEED  A. B. CRAWFO__D BASH  f$ AJargt)   stock of shorts,   bran, mudied oats,   hay a*  j .      poultry feed for snleat exceptionally Jow, prices.''  Pbone 38  ?r..���������j!ZXxsiXM ^AvuvzL-xitzsa.-x������&t gZ\ ���������j^a^vta__������Ma__ig  __535K������_3__. i_m__Kiy__5_B__Ka^_/J'  'rt  Ul  ���������JiJ__ta  llllllllllillllllllllllllltlinillllllllilllira  ' ' a  B  .  tl  ������ l-M  OUR STOCK OF  CHICAGO    ������  =-=-:;_-. ���������   -      -r-:r-_--������������������_��������� -: : ���������: ���������,:       , '.v^-. -py      (J)'  1 W ' g  ^ *$<&'.    - W������ n"ar,ll,!oe style'  lit and workintinship.      'v'./'.^- (&  9 Jb I       I-riHest iM-ili'S, -Newest Fabric., 250 samples     -���������( |4 |  '^      ^1 ' ,' *    -,JS'  (S  _.������.-VlV������V_'_S_'  v-^e������  lit! 1 I.V   r*-'j-*-  Tin.1 Animal Cour'inriy Fair  avms litdd Thnr-thiy ani! Friday of  his 1 \vtit;k. I'ldilny u"ii'.- the prin>-  .fiip'd ij'iy, and the aUi".;d.'Tit.:e was  very lar^e, tho tiay bjiii'4; nil jdral  O'sc. We fl-uihl no! t-ei- tlmt tlii'-re  w,t> a V'ii'y murked inipiovement  in Gxltibiti; oyer I'oi'mei' yc.-nv. ln  fiU't, not, iho )i)i]))'ovi-!i)i'jit thai  ,0111; would I'Xjieet i'lMiii t!ie murk  od iylv.iluteinmit of ihe Valley i'i  recent, yonr?. We noteil nrniiy of  llie old i'a'iiiliiu* fiK'.es that we saw  on mir iir.-.! visd. to thu fuir, t-oim-  (*iv:l>M'.n ye.itrf, 'i^o. and tho nrmy  Itew fucer! of thus, who have bur  I'ecnntly cast thoir lot in Ooihon  Valley, The rauu ti'iie.l. sou moil  to be the centro of aUrwition for  those who wen.* fond of hor^e nnd  nthi'T racing eyon-. , Tiie Coui'ton  ny nf old h.is gone, ujld wn trust  lhat tin- new C'onrtenay hns i'.i;mc  |o fttiy.  |i is i'l.iim..'d that the iucen.'-c.-  in f.ti(.':'. nf the Is, {[, I'lectrio will  j>ay lor Uo or tliH'e advaucc'-' in  wages to ihe employees, The  recent w'ngi.- incr< tt.se* seems to  )in\e !iei:it made an exense. fot  picking -h-. j>;.jcl:t-is ol the ptoph-,  void t,sp..e;aliy i]v wo'.kingnicn-  Labor probiems are being dis-  t'Ux^d Vjv nev.'spiipc'i'S tvciy  whet v.*. The man with tho din*  Iter piiii i'i loomin;> htrj.-c, hat 1 e  I'ompl.dm/ihal tim inieitSL in ol  ion .academic a tin Hire Whnt  lie want: iv. a hlntl ol Ulten.-it  that maVe- hi* pay oliech worth  jno:o.  'JMie   pai iicilar denoininatioii J  |o winch a 1.mu  lu'ii,.^'., hi    '-hi.  I'hui'ch be .t,A.cn<ls,lia'j li tie to dw  ui'.h tlu.- yo.sp"! in  which he l������ ���������  lii-ves O1' llie l>(.,d   he   v.ot;diips  The (net that n man is un An^'l'  can ov   a   Met.hodi.-L   doc*)   ii"i  mean ni'iviwaiii)   '���������������������������* 1   be   i*>   u  Christi'iij; tieitliti" f!(>'s the   fact  that he is " jniblica:! mid   a   sin.  ncv mean that lm i-������   invt-h woi.-i-  "���������   By  Order   _  , J,. W. NtJNKS  Secretary  (Jumberland, D. C. July 30, 1913.  WHAT WE PRINT  We print ladies' and guiitlemens  visiting cards.  '  We print wedding iimtath ng.  We print dance programmes.  Yv'e print hotel bill of fares.  We_print meal   liiikiMsj   also  milk aiid bread tickets.       ,   ���������  We    print   posters, handbills  and dodgers.  We print  placards  and' notices  on canvas.  We  print  concert programmes  and admission tickets.        .   _  ' We print bn'sim^s cards.  We print billhead's, ordinary or  loose leaf system.  ��������� Wo print letterheads and   note-  heads.  - "  We. print sratomtmTsTtndTnWl-  I*  ts-qr  tcm}\  is n  st  ,'  and will be nil opened  np  for  inspection   on  Siitnrdnv.     Make yonr selections now   whilo     .  tlio stock, is new.tind clean       ���������        :-  Men's and Ladies' Coat   Sweaters.-.Underwear, Hosiery, Children's Hoods and .Hockey '"' -  Caps,   J_adic_'    \V111sts,  Shawls   and    Fancy   ':  Motor Hootls. - v   -'      \_      .'  Cent's, Ladies' & Children's House Slippers  Blankets, .Comforters, .etc.. ,.:  1 IU  __  ' ri  ii:.  31.   '  11  a       F>fi������l]  ���������pjI'S-lJ  :1:  ru.  S"l|  $>$"&���������&%<& Q<&$4y4<l*44>Q'QQ<i'&$'QA6  <*  W  for tlie Milk wagon  %  with the G^'cen Box  ������     FRHSH MIIJC AND  t        FARM PRODUCE        9  ���������f    Our ?djlk is the product  $'    of Hie Best Fed Cows  % FRESH   MILK v  ��������� Delivered mornino& oven ing J  S        I. MARUYA        I  STKNOGRAIMIY  Kvening' classes in Stenography, three times a week, For  particulars and terms apply to  Miss M. Bate, P. O. Hox, 279,  Cumberland, B. C,  (>pes.  We, tarn out   work   w/i'oii you'  want it and how von want it.    ������  ,. S       Next r0 Tiirbolls      .  U:ili:iiiillli!li!!l!!!!llil!l!l!l!l!!!ii!:l!!iilliilinill!!!l!::ii!illlll!llilllill!!!!lll!il!i!:ili!^  ^aiiiiniiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH^ i  ������ . Capital Paid~Up~$l 1,590,000,       " ! ^3asoTve1^ 1370007000������������������  j   The Royal ;Bank of Canada.   U  1 DRAl-'TS "iS-s'UED .IN   AXY   CURRENCY,  -PAYABLE   ALL j l|  MAROCCH! BROS    '  GROCERS   8t   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG WORKS  TIMUKKSALK X GI)  SIS A LED TKNDKRS will be  rcceivod by the Sliuistor of Lnnds  nof. later than noon on lho 18th  dny of Oetobor, 10IH, for tho  puTcbnKJ of I/iunnco X lii.t, to cut  ���������V.2'2,000 rt-ot of timhor on urea  lying immoiliiitely north of Lot  S-17, (h'tioi'i'l't. Uli'.nd, m.ar Hone*  Pay, llniigo 1, Cin^t DiMrici.  Two yenrs will bo nllowed I'm  tlio romoviil tif tho timber. Pur.  lictihinJ of Chitff l'oi'oatcr Victoria  JJ.C.  Don't,   forgot   to   place   your  next order for printing with us.  Violin Strings, Talking nia-  chiueiU'Cidli.'s uud Victor Records  for sale at tlm News office.  J, h.  Wiiid,   ifpri'Mjiiling   the  Miinr imo llo'iil ',  is in town thin  'A'ei'U,  f'hnr,   hio   Wlows, Tbo   IsV-Ai-.it!ut ,hm* " V���������������h'  mA   W^|  I ���������j������-:-'nv eveliingf to -ee    **Tho Ti  yic������(j'r.i:i.  .ft  The City   Hall   wafi' packed  on Tne.,il;iv   lUid  1  'tMiingf to -ee   '-Tl  !   I III*  tc '<<]\ C'l'ti.*(������.  Agents for Pilsener 1'revving Compiiuy's BKKR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND   STREET  a55_2fi_nES_SSfl^  CUMHERLAHr, CCUH.TENAY & CtCMOX AUTO STAGI3.  Will Leave tho I'obi Oliloo aa Follows  Except Sun ay:--  Jii'ave Cnmbiii'linid I'or (Jonrtonay at 8 a,m,  "     Ootirteimy for Ciimlierhmd at 8,80 a.m.  " Ciimbcrliiiid for Coiirteiiny and Como.\ at 10 a, id,  ���������* Comox for C.iurtenr.y ' ud Cmn^erhmd nt  lin in,  "     Cnnihci'lnnd for Courtoimy at 1 p. in,  ���������r     Conrtoiniy for Onmheflaiid nt 1 80 p. in,  '��������� Ciimburliiiid I'm' Cotirtoiiuy and Comox 2,80 p, in.  "    C"     * for Cotirtytuiy nnd Cumberhmd 8.80 p, in,  7  '.; Jiii'ii-v-CiiiuiicHuml to Conrtoiiiiy 7uo  Courlonuy to Cmno.v,.,, iTiOu  K. f      A.DK. |,lu.iii'18, CumlKM'Inii'J,    Stitrts duly 2Hih  I'liavin niiii-t be prepaid and loiters stumped.  OVKU   THE    WORL 1)'.'  : .<  I SPECIAL ATTENTION pnid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS it i:ilere*t '-V  I   11-t Lii'iltost Onvreiit IliiU't* ullewcd on lJepoi-its of $1 and e.])'.V!uds',    ^J  OCT3I3._aLA.WD, B   0 ,;3 unsh, Opaa Daily  UJHION PAY, B,C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdwye & Fridays  ���������    E>- IVI. MORRtSON, Manager. .  m  p fOURTENAY,   B.O,    Branch,    Opon Daily.  I R. H. HARDWICKB.:'IVflanMg������r-.  %l[!lHi|l!llllil!llllllllllll!!IHIIIIIII!illllll!ll!llllllllllll!lll!llllllllllll������l!l!lll!HIIII!lll^  ��������� IWllllll-l IIWlWI ���������! I I >������������������_!!   IllllilW 111 111 'Mil. T \  1   P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  1  !  I  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC ��������� ' . CONVEYANCING      $f-  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  1  CUMBERLAND,   ^  *mwim'*%Mma,i:t^*.-**rt^i���������i*jmii*xL-*mx**w**w^  mmmmim\^-4Mntilr*7*fmi%m*mnMrur^^\i  T-....t. .���������^,- ,h-...->....������������.���������...,.��������� .___J_..._.,^_ rwiinwiMii J {  ��������� , A t  -���������miif ,"^--Tfc������-"*-'^���������" "-*���������  ^ w*<*wi:iv**<*** ttvutm 11 -  Mamufastwrei* of HHCEBAX, WATER ii  **m**m****i**m*i*ii*aa,aitf  p. o, t?ox .sa  rno:ra 3D....  {?  CUMBERLAND)  mm* tutor ���������***&***,  MW_PMWHWII>mW  H The  R  Uiim*itmtmimtMmi-9*mtriM%*xiJiTwiGruK-J**i*'mM  fssmoonaato mamsii*namSmWasa tauarsausvm mt____3aar_a������a_nwa������ar  IF YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  11  i  IT'S ALL RIG!.   C  u  ���������     '1  Get out in the open on an ������_������������*_���������������������_ &������������>c_w������Btt<i  ������> ft hJiC.l*    ^^  Qenoral fioratuutts and Bakers  u^_'-.  FRUIT, OAmlSnDlZ: ETC-  P. O. Box 262 Cumberland, B.C.  M^^aI^IW   You never fcnow tin  ^(^���������^���������W*^    true cxliilanititin of  FA/WO'  0  ilillif  3  tiioiurcjcli'i'i  till you  ride I liu   Ind Inn���������  Wh*tal  Tho new  oomfort  feafurci ^j\      J,y  1^1   J  jjj   //    mako It mors titan evrr eh*    [TCj\   /J'v      X^pj  pee'eet motoroyclg,    Vibru������ftBH .action nuJ  joliliirt dvn't txUt. VL*P (J_;fl2  Powor, Speed nnd Fmltirnt.ee untmmltd  by iny other motorcycle,   Cost* next to  nothing to wilntnin.    Pnnlcr to ride th.-n  ^    ��������� blcyolg,   Needs no ������flrM<c.  r  ������i  id  y*m?m,r<nm*iffvi viitwmmstmxgmavrt  {7  Vmmmiu%xjK-jeAti*MirjB3u^     O  hos. Plimley  i   7 30 YATKS SYRrjET  VICTOR: v-_ B, C.  f  l&age&Mwawmt^^  .t


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