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Array C^5  -ft*.*  * ���������*lVt������BaB^'������hirwWfc>"'*l  ��������� ������-  /  ?'&Q2.  /  y~A  ttp  afc  3  NEWS  ���������  a Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interest* of Comox Ulstrlct.  T.t.j NnwSj IVkntikTh Ykajc  .CUMBERLAND, B.C., WEDNESDAY, KEIl.ai.rQjl  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 X Yrar  i������a^a������.r4K-w-*f-*w_������a  n-  -MEN'S '���������'  clothing  .Whether ynu arc woll dresa-  odor notiUdo'erminc-d m roby  where you  buy your    clothes  han by what you pay for them.  *��������� S \  Nominatt������r-what you pay us  ior a Btiil'-you may bo euro that,  its tho best to be  luul - iur;the  monoy, ;'boBt in material, work-.  manBhip, stylo, ovory tiling, nnd  tliat you'll ho well dressed when -  yoa get it on.    ,  Tbo moro* ��������� a man  k'nowB about p,ood clothes and  correct.dre.birig. tho moro pleas  ed.we are .to show   him   our  slock. "*     A  Ho recognizes-at once the per .  feotlon  of   Ply Id* nnd  hmtfri. I  in overy garment he.bcij^hero.  Perfect Tit.  ���������and--0,   . ������'. '.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  SIMONLEISER&Co:  ������ ��������� ���������  LIMITED.       "   ��������� -. .   ���������   -*���������  Duuemuir Avutiiio, ��������� PHONE #8, CUMHERLAND  Wilson-Walker  ��������� .��������� A .quite, .but pretty .wedding  - took.place on last Tuesday evening {.t Holy Trinity Vicarage,  the Rev. Franklin Watson'" officiating, when.Mr. Harry Wilson  loc.rl manager of .the.. 13. C. Telephone Company,, was united iu  marriage to Miss Ellen Walker,  eldest daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.  ��������� Alex, Walker, ot this city. The  bride looked exceedingly pretty  and wore a very dainty dress of  while me.ssaliue silk with a  wreath of orange blossoms aud  carried a beautiful bouquet of  white- carnations and lill jes of  the valley; she was yiveu away  by her falher. The bride Muni-d  was Miss Mary Walker, .sister oi'  the bride, who wore a-pretty  dress of pink messaline silk and  carried a botu.uet of pink carnations, The biidegroom was  Buppoilcd by hit. brother, Mr.  Alfred "Wilson, of Nanaimo.  A Most  Sleigh Ride  .On Last Thursday evening, the  Ladies of tho Maccabees wero'given a most enjoynblo'sleigh ride to'  OmirtennyV Mi'AA, 'Maxwell, of  tho   Star   Livery Stable linvintr  JI     ���������' , aC  generously supplied lho sleigh  gi'.itis, Tho merry parly Blurted  out aboiit*'seven o'clock ami on  their arrival in the valley molrop.'  ulis they called on Mrs. Faber of  thu "Ua.slmoi'0'Gt'ill," who, prov-  iomdy knowing, that tho Ladies  woro coining, prepared fioino .hot'  cuil'.o which thoy ]_iirtook of and  wns groully npprochiiod. After pur  inking of lho hospitalities of tho  ���������'Jlostnioru'' 'thoy proceeded for  homo, arriving about eleven p.iu,  having had a most enjoyable  oittiiiy;.  Medical Health        ;  Officer's, Report  From tlits report you will soo.  tliat  lho   city   lm. beeu'entirely  froo from contagoous and ini'eoti  ous 'diseases during tho   last six  months olT.13.  Although this is a pleasing u>-  port to bo able to make, 1 cannot  let this opportunity puss without  :inukinga low suggestions which-I  lope will help to guide tlm health  co.i'H.ittoo in Ihoir work of -(keop-  i >g our city clean and licnltliy.c.  The lirst and most .urgent  deals with our milk supply; as  yo'u all kn;jw our milk supply  eotues from holds ke'j,t outside  the'city.'limit*, und i'roin indi'yid-  ua!k������ keeping cows within-our oily  Now the Govorumont lias provided.n moans ,,by wliich nil these-  cows can bo tested'for tu boron lug-'  ic, iiji.ould"tlioir owners so desire,.  This being so, I coneidor it ir  p'nrt of my.duty to .lifeguard lhe  public, nud.woul 1 advise  1. That all milkmen having.:  Iu_rds outside the city limits, but  selling milk wilhin the city,a bo  compelled, lo give satisfactory"  proof that all cows have been tost  od frr tuberculosis before allowed  to soil milk to on*' citizens. ' ���������������������������.  ,  -    a- V ** IJ 1  2, That all.citi-.ens'witlun tho  city, owning ,cow., and ' soiling  milk to o,m* citizens be compelled'  to do tl-e psune. ���������     -" y. ' ";  - -My oi her suggestion deals witli'  the itUroductiouAcif^-t^ii'opwi'-land-  up-to-duto garbage, system; .As  far us 1 can tnuke our at'-present,-.1  tho streets ami bitck-alley6"o������'Qiii',  /town have been. niailu^tJ^.^-Jr^^ija,  in<*"'grbii.-iu" ivr'-'iftr'tlie'  bottle's,.  ���������bones', ashes, tins, :ote. lhat collect  from 'our various ', house.*, hotels  and stores. The���������o;.with' the decay  iiig'aniinal.and' vegetablo'" matter  moro .or less closely 'associated  with tliem servo to produce odours  which in their turns draw flies,  which aro known to be diseaso car  riors, ��������� This is a dit-graeo to any  city and a menace to' our public  health.  Now this could all bo altered  by having every house, hotel and  storo iu our city havo a proper  eiirbnjro can, Theso could also  he. placed on every street corner  and would servo as receivers for  the bits of pnpor, orange and ban  ana peelings otc, that,, heretofore  hnve .ornamented eo many  'of our city streets. These  could all bo emptied  periodical!;.  (MEETING OF COUNCIL  ��������� The regular .session of the City  Council was held on Monday evening, thore being present Aid,  Hanks, Miller, Mitchell, Maxwell, Parnliam and tlie Mayor,  " Minutes of previous meeting  Were read aud adopted.  Communication was received  (ro.n Deputy Provincial Secre  tary, notifying the Couneii of the  ���������appointment as License Coin-  uiissioners of Alderman Mac-  Donald aud T. D. McLean, and  a's'.Poliee Commissioners, Alder-  man Parnliam and J. W. Cooke.  ..Aid. Mitchell  could   not  understand whv f.  P. Watson was  turned down, nnd cou.-idered that  it was useless,to recommend ,;uy������  one to   the   government.'1   Aid.  Hanks was'of like opinion,   and  Aid. Miller wasn't  any too well  pleased over the turn-down.   ���������.  .. Application was made by both  Mrs. 1\  Anderson   and   Edwin  Anderson for the renting of City  Llail.    Mrs. Andeisou got it.  . Constable Gray's, report:���������  Scavenger, #98.75; . Hall   Kent,  4o.(X������"; Pilsener Brewery, 5,00.  Accounts:���������Eh'c Light, $39, -  ���������45; Cumberland News, 50.00,   ,  'Medical Health-Officer's half-  ,yearly report was received and  referred to the Board of Health,  "���������.  The.Vancouver hospital mat���������  .ter was laid over'until next nieet-  ���������^^i^Ba^ws^  iMacFARLANEaBROS., LTDcf} I  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE." 1.     ������  iug.  ������***a0**i*.Q  But Always at  Your Service  We   are making a special display  Children's Goods  this week.  See  Our  Window  In. Groceries we beg to draw vour  tention to the prevailing low pricey  California Dried Fruit?  :;f  -. t  s  These good  be  s are  :h  A  any lower m pru:  cnoice and will not  Also soid in  gallon tins as  Pie Fruit.     P  rices  or,  Hugo  er  At the limuse, ������Sand\vick, ou  Thursday evening, .lauuary 29,  by Rev. Thos. Mimics, Mr.  Austin Hugo,' of Cumberland,  nud Miss Margaret Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilu������h Miller,  Minto, were united in marriage.  The brido wus attended' by Miss  Jean McQuillan, and tho i>room  hy Mr, N������.. McLeod.  ������   *   *  Bryant-Parks  Mr, H, G. Bryant nud Miss  Lottie Parks, second daughter ol  Mr. and Mr-a, Frank I'niks, were  united in marriage fit Holy Tiiu-  Sty Vicarage on Thursday evening last, Hev. Pianklin-Watson  cfliciatiug.  Chicken and Chttterling Sup  per at the Italian Hall, on Monday evening, February 36th,  Admission 25 cents. Kvcrybody  get a wiggle on, itnd be there  for the ?, Cs.  ���������'Dick" must. ha\fo beeu showing'cm" some of those Ottawa  sluiils of his wheu he fell on the  ice and injured his wrist. When  will those old sports have sense?  >N"     wtH"'   ���������������������������in ��������� ��������� ���������  ������������YK 0L1J..N TIM 10"  An oiitortaiiiiiioiit eutillod f'An  Old Timo Liidia"*' Aid BiifincsH  Mi^lHij';*' under th" nUPjih'PB of  tho Naramata Bible Clas.i, will bo  ^ivvii in the rrofbjteniin church  ou Thursday evening, Fob, 1.0, at  7, uVi'u.h. Tim liiiiier viil ni*  dre?ficd in eostume.-i ol' tho Mid.  Vii'.lorian Period, wliieh nlono  will bo well worth .the price of  entortaimuont  till   purli    uf  C'li.'l'l.t,   illl'.I      lliln     td ���������>������������>'"     "���������'���������'>���������-'I  and tlieir conloii^ eurried awny to  kiiiio suitublo dumping Mi-omul  ami biirnoil, This would keep  our city eleauur and gi along wny  towards nuikiiig it heathier,  TriiHting tlint. yuu will do all in  Your power to Imvo (Iioho Mium'S-  timis earriod out along wiih lho  iidnpiiuii of a proper and up-lo-  dale fowago system, and the erection of a puiluhlo isohition hut-pit  nl, huth ol' which woro to . irongly  udvneiilod by mv pr.'il,���������(.,���������.';,;<. r, mid  a a      I  have to the hoimr lo h'.',  Your obodieiil. servant,  , K. K   11I0KS, ]\I,I).  ilutl. li.v.Lli Olll.ter  '. His- Worsliip_reported���������re-mis--  ���������siou to Victoria iu the-matter of  cement sidewalks,   increased  fi-  nauciitl aid. for   schools, and   a  agrantfor the city.   The deputa-  cial Secretary Youug by Mr; M.  Mansotia The deputation stated  their.caso-.fullyrand -��������� clearly, and  has1-the: promise of tliat minister,  that wheu . the estimates were  brought ' down, the financial  needs of the city would have due  consideration. Aid. Maxwell  moved, scconlel by Aid.  Parnhaiu, that report be "re  ccived aud expensos of deputation paid���������carried-',  The Mayor reported interview  with manager of Royal l.ank regarding overdraft, who advised  that the mailer be" .eft over  until word was received from  tho government.  Aid. Maxwell asked why one  of the License Commissioners.,  who visited the hotel bars ou  S.ihitday night, took a provincial constable with him instead  of the city policeman? He was  of the opinion lhat that commis������  siouer was neither phjideally or  mentally lit for the position, and  suggested that, the "peep-holes"  into the bars be nnauged so as  lo suit the .statute'of that individual,    The   Mayor  said   that  -fL-Blum -bs-a-t id-r-R-huba-rb���������_ire-wjrioW.  LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER fOR SMOKED OR SALTED VM  These are Seascnsble Goods  IT;m$Ai������eifm������������  o  *���������  if  MacFarlane Bros., Limited  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  FTJHpH lAcMt-TV.t  , \& was a matter for the License  Commissioners to deal with,  Constable   Gray  will - be   in  strnoted to report in   regard   to  baud instruments,.  Aid, Maxwell asked if any notice of protest of civic election  had beeu received ? The Clerk  answered no.  The Mayor and City Clerk  were empowered to arrange for  an   overdraft   with   Ihe   Uoyal  Hank.  Council adjourned.,  Cumberland Uotud   of Trade  will meet iu A. McKinnon's store  ou Friday evening at 7.30,   f>   ��������� ������������������ ���������-���������  The ice was in too bad condi-  tion ou Sunday for the hockey  match.  Judge barker, of Nanaimo,  was iu town this week ou court  business,  Cumberland Volunteer Fire  .Brigade will hold their 15th an  mini masquerade ball in lhe  Cumberland Hall ou the even,  ing of March 17th, (bt. Patrick's  Dny)   See pcsleis   later.  Mr. G-'O,   Addison,   who  been vUitiuj> in   town   for  ha.T  the  past two,wcol;.'i, lefl on Wed'.U"'  day for New Westminster.  vSleighing aud skutiug Is Ju.st|  about ou the bum.  aduii-'siun.    TIiIh  Iiiih heen ^iven    iu  r.i  I  i  CAMPBELLS  l.nt;o autlieuccv,    A.lmif.-i...i Odt.i\ hV ^Ii:>s "azcl Frame.  Mi. Thos iJickie arrived home  from Victoria ou Sunday.  Miss Reynolds, daughter of  '���������Doc1' Reynold.., Naimim, was  iu town this week in the interests of the Crown Theatre.  Miss Kva IJickie is tempor.,r ' -  ily iu charge of the divit-hm iu j ������,  our public hchotil K'������'nt'\ v.n-.ili'd  DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT   In order to mak. room for our larpe stock of Spring Goods now arriv  \ti\i,, wo. cite oueriug tiu*. following induccnicius in liu" Ijulance ol our winter  stock, Ladies Misses' and Children's Sweater Coats. LadiesTwcc;!  and Waterproof Coats, Child's Eiderdown and Bearskin  Coats, Blankets and Comforters at a discount of 25c on tho dollar.  Sjji-i;i,u iiritcf. in Ladies' and Misses' Flannelette Underwear  26 pieces 6 inch width Taffetta Ribbon in all shades at !20c a yard.  Remnants in all linos of-goods at Quick Salt. Prices.  Men's Overcoats, Raincoats, Suits, Sweaters, Sweater Coats, Shirts etc. nt reduced pi ices  CAMPBELLS        1  r-27I__������Q?.*.7C^^  /.-  ���������". '.*, THE-NEWS;. CmiBERTJAND. B. "(V  *H���������  'MffllrXb  ssbb  3BK  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By B. It Punafeon  Wtmftt, Uok A Oo- Uaitto-  Leafeiw II atfeo wn* *\ Ttrw������l>  sec  (Contliuicil) ,,  Neither spoke but loolccd at each  o'rfter In slloneo, wlillo behind Raped  tlio police, wbo bad expected a bloody  minded und desporato outlaw to ������p-  .icnr, iuul uoi. this pulo and fiagllo  lady. <-.  ",] bc-K y-nir pardon, Miss Rate, Thor-  .  old begun slowly, but��������� ho paused and | spector Lock.        been nio silent. | Durnnd? bo added abruptly, Uio ilmif.li  Who iu*o yon'.1 sh.. united, still look-iter of David Durand?  _. * I ���������������������������������._._______._____     ..  niont "to look round, iuul aa ho did so  a Uoov near opened and Thorold i'o 11  down,on bis knees aa bo saw ,and  know -bis' wife' Juan, ulivo and not  dead! ,     o        "    ' '  OllAVTKU XXIX  \i Conclusion  ."���������  For prions, moment tbey ..romnineal  thus, .loan standing still and astonished iu tbo doorway of her room  and Tborold kneeling boforo hor.  Their abo stooped and lifted bim with.  her hands, for she bad great pity for  bim,  .Toati, Jonn, lie murmured brokenly;,  ob, .loan, i thought you woro dead.  .Toan, those days past 1 have wished  to (lio because 3 thought ihat you wero  dead.  U'ufli, bush, Rhe said .oflly. 'flooln-  ing him like a e.bild, ami then thoy  hoard Look coming up tho stairs.  Who Is lihitf? .loan asked.  "���������   Good fifty; miss, said Look, 1 am In-  "     "       You   aro Miss   .loan  ing ut. him.  1 ;.m 1-Mward Thorold, lio (inr.v.rctl  t<iin)>ly,  All. j-ns, sho ,Baid; well, Wlllo:i  Mayno i.s horo anl ho is dead.  Sho walked back to Lho ��������� bed on  which the body of.the dead pod lay  uml sat ���������iva'u quietly beside it.  Thorold beckoned .ock forward and  whispered to lil in, and then bo remained standing in tbo doorway while  Louie and bis men hurriedly searched  tbo rent of tho house.  No oao was there, and tho pollco  wero quito at a loss to imagino what  Yos, nlio answered at onoo, fearing  fresh news of hor father, why do you  ask?  Thoro is timo onoush foi" all that,  suld Thorold quickly; and Lock hesitated, for there wus something about  Joan that mado him unwilling to  shock her by tho '.-.lory of ber father's  ond.-  1 think 1 liavo seen you this morn-  iii!., I\li,s3, ho remarked.  Yea, answered .loan, and I Raw you  and you seomod to bo watching' and  1 was afraid, for I thought you woro  one or them.     801110 0110 followed mo  Rubbers anil  Over-Stockings In One.  Buy t'i put en ������tl ta1������ ������ff. Fit * in  -I.cok wi!l-WeiT wilL A'.l iSki for  women ud <__0<Jr*-u.  llu; Uitm ini wc-itU joun.lf ua  ^Ccifiil; ft<������_ -ifliiUii ills. 1  CinsliJt tflnwMtW ItuhbcrCo,  imd Kulre 1.  SP  va. Ul I.)   (IU110   U.I,   il,   JUljM    LU    IIUalfcilHa.    lamia,-   ---a,   ������      -    _     .-    ... _   n,~.  had becomo oi Green.  They question- afterwards, but.I wont inlo ono of tho  od Dora but , fiho would not .speak  and Uio pollco wero again equally baffled to account for tbo presence, of  Wilton May no's body. 'A doctor hurriedly summoned to attend to Durand  wbo wi*. dead Ion-, beforo ho came,  also examined .Wilton Wayne's body  nnd jnintcd out. Lho poisoned wound  Uv tho nock as Uio probable cause of  death. ������ But Dora; said ...olhing and  ���������still sat in   siieiico   liko  "one   in   a  - dream, ancl presently Thorold obtained permission to take her away and  put her in charge of ber aunt, Miss  liose.       -    ,  Dora was quito passive and obedient  "-and sho a'coneo willingly accompanied  Thorold. There was something in her  ���������state'of stunned iin difference that ro-  ' minded Thorold of his own- dull -en-  duranct. under excessive suffering;-  and presently-, remembering bow fond  Kbo bad always seemed of .loan, he  nsked her if sho knew that Joan was  dead.  Joan dead, Joan dead, Dora repealed twice over with a puzzled look.  Uow is that? Did Green fail, then?  Groon fail, askod Thorold quickly,  what do you .mean?'*  ' I promised bim I would not toll,  Dora answered,.you must ask him.'   ^liuHio-oiie-knoft:s~w,__ci:oJiCui������Jj____i_l  Thorold.  Doi-;_ seemed" ' - ponder for a moment and then'gavo bim that address  Jn Clerkeuwell where once she herself  had been.-  If you go thoro, she said, you will  fmd Green���������-that is, if ho has failed.  After tbat sho would say uo moro.  and Thorohl, having soon her safely  into tho care of   hor aunt,    hurried  .....L^lLtoJ^1*.,^  hoar news of him.  Together thoy went at onoo lo tho  address Dora bad mentioned, but  when Ihey got thoro disappointment  awaited them. Tho landlord recognized Lock and was pager onoupih to  givo them any information tbey required, but ho, declared positively chat  Grocn had loft sonic days boforo and  had not returned sinco.  Not soon nor heard anything of bim,  declared tho landlord', not since tho  young lady- came.  What , young lady? asked hock  ���������sharply.  Hut something' seomod to leap so In  Thorold's bosom lhat ho almost  thought his hoart would burst, and  turning he, ran from lho room and up  tho stairs, ,       "  Ho hoard Lock calling after him,  but ho did not hoed but. ran up to lhe  vory lop of lho houso whoro Dora had  told liim CJroon's room was situated.  On tho landing ho paused for a mo-  big shops and bo missed mo thero.  Uu't .why bad ycu'gone thoro at all?  askod Lock.  Thero was cu man I wished to  speak to. she answered slowly, a man  named Green.  Green! interrupted both Lock and  Tliorold in .astonishment and Lock  continued:  Why, we aro looking for bim; wc  oxpecUd to Hnd him hero.   .  It is iiv my mind, said Thorold  slowly,.thai wc shall never find him,  for T think tbat ho is dead.  Dead! A cried Lock, and Joan gave  a low exclamation.'  Dead, Tliorold repeated-, I think, ho  bas been murdered in mistake. 1 believed that'y������u wero dead, Joan; thai  man, Monday, believed It also, or why-  did he faint when bo beard you bad  been seen? And so I think now that  Green suffered in your place.  ���������Lock in great excitement began to  ask a number of questions,, but Thor-  .old shook his bead.  No, not now, bo said; later on perhaps. * . '  Oh, but T insist,, declared Lock.    ,  I prefer to consult my lawyers, returned Thorold. before . say im. ..anything more. I am going straight: to  thom now, and .lio namod tbo best  -1 a T>F-f n-Lon don .'*���������  HAIR AND  BEAUTY  Well but you, -miss, Lock began,  turning lo Joan, .but again Tborold  interrupted bim.  T.ho lady is my wife, bo said,' she  accompanies mo  Well I'm blessed, cried Lock. Miss  Joan.' is that true?  But Joan, her face very palo and  yot with a now light in hoi eyes, did  "Q.A&���������W.r.,n.nd in anile of Lock's  sa'a.ght. to tno lawyers. Lock tried  threats, and Thorold said, ho was welcome to arrest them if ho chose, but  nothing else should slop them.' The  Inspector would in point of fact, have  dearly liked lo" carry out his "threat  *-f arrest; but ho knew vory well lhat  bis ovidonco showed Joan to, have  boon in perfect ignorance of lior father's crimes, thero was no charge ho  ���������ould bring against Tborold, and bo  'iad also a very wholesome rcspeqt  for the namo of tho eminent lawyor-s,  *" "'-"'it luirt tlientioied.  It was when tbey woro alono in'a  cab on thoir way to tho lawyers that  Joan turning In bewilderment to Thorold askod:  Hut do you vcnlly mean you think  that ho. Ih dead?  I foar so, Thorold answered, under-  standing ������ho referred to, Green, but  J. do not quito uii'.'^rsi-iuHi, Wil] you  tell mo how it happened?  Father kept m   lo-.:  ft up in an attic, sho arifiwoiotl, in a houso near  tiio vivor.     Ilo was afraid of what  1 might do or loll.    Ho wished mo to  swear silence and I would not,     Uo  wished mo���������but. thol; was silly ��������� lo  marry ono nt his irlcndn,     I would  not, and then Dora Tloso camo to me  0110 day.     Sho asked nio not to auk  her any quostlomi as lo how sho enrno  thoro. and nho said nho and Green  wen.- go 111,'.; lo help mc- to orenno,  ml.  1 mii'A du hh thoy told mc bocuiBO  otherwise it might bo (hingfirous���������my  fathor bated me us well ais feared mo,  you too,    So Miss (tog- iuul the man  Groon and I till travelled   by   train  soniowlicro.'uiid when wo got (horo hn  went l:i r, hoiitio and MLn linao bellied nn Id put on Greon1!* oIoIIipb inn]  ho drcvnod uji    In   mine.     It   was  lo deceive my father.In case bo tried  lo follow us.   Then M'ss ltouo waited  Ihero and Groon nnd I drovo along 11  roiul (III bo gave mp .  filgiml.    Thou  1 ;|iiiiiprd  .lown mitt run nwny bnok  lo whoro MIbh linn   was waiting 'ov  mo, nnd 1 changed my elotheii again,  ninl camo buck he,'.' to London wllh  her, and I buv.i boon   nlaylng   here,  Hlno.o, wall Ing lo lienr from Grren that  everything was all   righl;,   1    promised not '0 .;o till 1 lii'.'ird from him.  . I see, 1 hoo, unilUirod Thorold, un-  d< iV't.'Unlliig well  enough  Unit Green  fearing somo burn wm boing plnt.ii.il  ,i,,,.,i...L  .'!���������.,:'",Ah"d   "1 "T'd   tn  inkii  hr-r pliie.\      |i\u< Mu devotion ho htiili  pnld  witii  liiH lifo,  .Monday i.iguni.i.*j  nnd IV-orfiil, lulling to doted thu ohwil,,  Probably Green bad known llmt for  Mm.to (lofilnro lilinso]. nr .nil lo carry out liltt pi.rt,   won-.I   only   luivo  ; ',...::., ��������� 1  I:;.';!  '.!'.*r, ^ronlor dnnirer, nn  fioon.un tho gang wll.lt w'.Icli lio wiih  commoted umbiiilood  how    bo   bad  I'hoatO'l  them,   Jiln  ono hopo uuiiit  havo been to curvy through bin <1Ih-  guii-f) and 1hen a'  llm hint lho ond  bad onine loo   Middonly   for   cither  word nr'action on .ilu part.    Tliorold  Accicln/l   h\i r\rria.\nnn\  tir-n.   wo ml oial if lu- bad chosen l.i net Hum  Assisiea i)y occasional u.������c ao,���������,y fr,lln n rt���������Hii-o io mnito Joinvi  of Cuticura Ointment.        ;?a������i-iy .h.iii.j> !,.������������*.!, or from u dfn-  rutf<,iiriii|io������piiniif)/t.iMeit<iri������ii,'iiiJii,mirM)iit 1 trust of Tborold liim.olf; or from an  Jlieirorlil.   A llbi-rM ������������iut>l������. <���������' >'������'!-. vvltii :r...,n/������     f.-iigor   lilld   a\!li   llOKlro   to  BOl'/.O   Upon  ���������Hklnnnni'.t.'-ntpoii.frop. A.liinvi i'Mt������ un.c A    r..-,-.rv  oTunrimiliv    if florvlnir    Joan  -. :"      -���������     ���������    -���������-'--   - '���������-���������- "~ ��������� ���������, mouH-nt f xnoi'li'iu'-fl a doer JenJotiBj*  V/, N. U. OfiO wis bo itirtin/iif liow '.Mb littlo (...wiped  convict: and cojirfemned murderer bad  iieblovod'so ftroat a eaai'lllce for .loan's  sake, but at once thl������ tmwortliy foel-  inp; was succeeded by ;, deeper humility.  Ah, Joai., ho said, an . ns for me.���������  can you over forgive nmV   '  Slio laid her baud upon Ills and  smiled with toarn, for fori.lvchess al-  wiiys seomod to ber nn oiu-w thlug;  sho was novor oC. .'.iohu to whom tho  divine attribute of nierey is most  dlillcnll of all tbo virtues.  Joan, ho said,'shaken wiih deep  emotion, ah, Joan, it is too much.  But though happbiosi., ��������� and   safety  seemed now to slrotch before thom '1  a  prosji'cct bo fair  that tbey. cou'.d  hardly truf:*; it or bellovo its promise,  ihero was still much of sorrow to bo  gono through, still much of tho pain  to bo endured,     Joan had lo bo told  of tho torriblo end of.hor father,'and  then thero was ths trial of his accomplices, at which her ovidonco was no-  coasary.     Fortunately it was deemed  sullleient to try thom   on   tho   old  charge of tho Frellgarlh burglary, on  which tho evideuco was clearest, and  mifch of what was darkest In tlieir record never camo to   light   ancl   was  never oven beard of in public.     But  sufficient was proved for lho two men  Monday and Crookes, lo bo sentenced  lo-penal servitude for life, while 'Sirs.  Crookes received a scui.cn.ee, scarcely  leafs .overe. ' Monday was inclined to  consider himself .most, unfairly treated.     Ilo put forward the fact that bo  had killed Durand as a positive merit,  and argued lhat as ho had probably  saved tho lives of ouo or two at least  of tho polico bo ought to"receive a.  free pardon,   ' Un fortunately for bim  tho  Court  did not share Una view,  but ho was unduly fortunate in escaping all prmiahmen. for the murder of  Green.     For that crime ho was never  ��������� tried al all, .lhe body never' having  been found, and the evidence of identity suppplied by Thorold, wbo bad  never soon .the victim's1 face, not boing considered strong .enough.   Tborold, it must be confessed, used a certain amount of influence lo get this  v'ow officially adopted; and in faco of  the fact that Monday was receiving a  -lifa-.8_en___.co on  anotber_ indictment,  if was decided that this fuT'tlrcrUliarg.  migbt-bo dropped.   This was a great,  relief to Thorold, who was straining  every nervo to reduce Joan's known  share in all theso matters lo lho low  est degree possiblo.  A serious  illness  saved Dora tbo  pain of having to toll lier story in. the  witness   box,   and   Uio  extraordinary  eh tnn^���������^-iftinr' i\.tty_'o*rcce.vcd" scant  attention,     lt seemed   Durand   had  really gone occasionally by Ihp namo  of Billy Man.   There was some evidence to show (hat fho dead pool bad  bad somo connection wiih them, certainly but in view.of bis death tho  matter waa hushed up as   much   as  possible.     But when Dora was bettor  she pent i'or Thorold and Joan and  lold  Ihem wbat. Wilton  Mayno had  confofised as ho lay dying. -  , It was a, narrative painful in tho ox-m. .,r  Irom. to thorn all, to Joan, to Thor-r^.  old; -who folt now how lightly he had  accused bev ovou whllo bo loved hor;  .and (.0 Dora horse!., who seemed howovor tho least ..fieclcd'o.  tho throe.  For l't was not Wilton who did those  tbiiigs, aim repeated.novoral limes, but  that other���������and in tho end Wilton won  and tbat ol.li.iiiwas defeated,  How do ynu moan, Dora? loan aide-  od.  Ab, answered Dora with a strange  flmilo;. that is my secrot, and thoro  wag a look'upon her faco that forbade  further ..uoslton ami thr.t filled Joan  aud her hntiba'id with a souho of a  deep awo and wonder.  It was- almost -lho last timo oil hor  of them saw hor, for leavIhi:. J.ng-  land- sho Joined Jn Now \'ork a com  munity of devoted women who thoro  labor day and night among tbo poor  and tho sufforlng. ot tbo Blums' 0* that  groat city. Sho is changed linked  from' tho merry careless gtrl who  thought to dance Ihrough lifo to.per.,  petual laughter. Yot pei'haps.-^h^w  as truly happy now that Bho spends  her days in-seeking'out sufforlng and  sorrow to minister to thom, as in tho  llmo when she thought only of fleeing  from such things.  Of Kdward Thoroir. and of Joan, his  wifo, it need only bo written tbat to  thorn, loo, bas como a doop poaco and  happiness that thoy havo won from a  past moro full of pain and dreadful  things than fortunately most pooplo  never dream of, ' Thorold himself Is  certainly improved by what bo wont  through; and tho hasty pride and rash  linger of his natural disposition havo  been woll tame<L - Should thoy, show  signs of vising again ho bns but to  remenibov tho despised outlaw who  died that liis-wlfo might live.  Ilo mndo 'Amends for-All/ ho said  to Jonn once, and 1 who despised blm  so mucii-that 1 hardly thought bim  worthy of my, contempt, havo ftved  lo.owo bim everything���������to remember  lhat bo laid down his lifo, for you whllo  1 stood and watched helplessly at a  distance.  Joan put hor htir.d timidly on his  arm for sho detected the bitter self-  reproach in his tone, and -then lie  said softly:  And I, too, Joan, T, loo, will mako  ���������Amends fov All,' and whon sho looked at bim so sweetly, ho dared to kiss  1he, face sho upturned to his.  Till. END "     '  \r  B  A BRONCHIAL COUGH  in wearing and dangerous because the inflamed,  mucus-filled tabes interfere with breathing and the  fresh air passes through that unhealthy tissue*  Probably no other remedy affords such prompt  and permanent relief as Scott's Emulsion; it  checks the cough, heals the linings of the throat  itnd bronchial lubes and strengthens the lungs to  avert tuberculosis. This point cannot be euipha-  ���������aed too strongly-Hhat Scott's Emulsion has  been suppressing bronchitis for forty years and  ���������will help yen..  Be cfti-eftd to ayouI .ubttitutei And imUt or SCOTT'S.  a-    AT ANY DRUG STORE. ���������"     13-7?  ta  ���������  1  .1  Emily Brontes' Looks  A discussion as to tbo personal ap-  testvanco of Emily Dront. reveals tho  rcmarkablo fact that no ono knows  anything about it sinco there Is no authentic portrait In existence, Wheu  Chavlotto Bronto Ilrst saw George  Henry .Lowes alio'said that ho was  wonderfully llko her sister Emily,' but  this is unforlunalo for Emily since  Lewes w*as very much like a buboou.  Possibly tho comparison was duo to a  sisterly candor that so seldom errs on  the sido of mercy. Thanks to photo-  Bi'aphy, tbo.historian of tho futuro  will not bo in doubt as lo tho appear-  a.neo of celebrities of lho present generation, bin; ho is llkoly to havo his  own opir.ion as to thoso -worth knowing about. .  ;ot  An Inducement  Wa.t-.���������I wish, Harry, dear, you'd  mo a nico clock fov my.room.  Hub���������-But I am really vory short and  can't afford���������  Wife (interrupting)���������If you will I'll  set i* back two hours the. evening you  go to tho club.  PRESERYEDBY  BETTER POSIjriON  And Incronnecl Salary as a Result of  Eating IV_ht Food  Tlioro In not only comfort in en ling  food Unit noiirluboi-i brain ami body  bul. BomoUiYio. it helps 11 lot in In-  creasing one's rnlary.  A ���������YV'etilorn school- teacher, I .lis an  iiiluvoiitfiiK ONporlenoP.     Hlin'miyn:  "Aboiit two yoiii'ii iip,'o I was extremely mlHa-'Tiiblo from iicvvouhiiosh i.lu'it  had been eomlnr; on for urnim llmo.  Any sudden nobio wns actually painful lo ni ij nud my nighln wero made  nilHi'.nl.lo by liorrlblo ulgbtiniu'o.  "I wus losing iic.li all tlio time and  at last was obliged to i-'.lvo up ilio,  boliool I waa luyi.-hlng and go homo,-  "I'tlnl.1'.]- pnt'mo to bed nnd sent for  lho ilooliir, 1 was k.* m'-rvjiis lho col-  ion ������.ht!f'lH navo me a chill and thoy put  mn In woolen!). Tho medk-lno 1 took  did mo nn uiM'tiriMil guild. Finally a  neighbor kuu'i.i'hW that. Grnpo Nntu  might bo good far mo io on I. 1 bad  jii'Vi.r iif-iini ui 1,'nl., ,.. ���������'!, !.':! 'I' vov  .��������� aaiinileil fO'v.l t���������\ v dei'Mi'd in Ivy It.  "I began in on. tlriMie-Xuts nnd soon  found liiy m.wu*vo onorgy growing-so  that in a. fihnrt (lino t w.uj llllibg a  Iml tor position nud driiwlii'r a larger  tidl.iry tliun J hiu) (.ver done lmfn.n;  ���������' W    a-,..      "     ' . 10 I... ,,      ,,1., viiii' I  ,1N      )      ;^',0 l*Ll.il i.......       .. '^Il.iaill^l  nroiin# mn nml outer Into tlifiiv i.amon  1 wonder if I am tho bit mo teacher of  whom two years ago, ibo children  apoko as 'ugly old l.hltig.'  "Ura-po-NulR food with en am has  .jocomo a regular part nf my diet, and  I have not been _������. n day In tlio past  tWij yoars." Namo glvun by (.'antul-  Inn Pout un. Co., Windsor, Out. Head  "Tho Uond lo WoUvllW lu pl.gti.  "Tluu'o's a Iloason."  Ever rend the above letter? A new  one appears from time to time, They  are genuine, true find full of human ��������� -  teres..  P.trson (advisedly)���������Two rights  novcr mako a wrong, Pat, you .must  k'tow.  Pat���������Indeed,' ;our reverence, you  aro wrong.  Parson���������Now, now, Pitt, I'm right.  Pat���������But I say you arc wrong, your  reverence.  Parson���������And how, Pat?  Pat (triumphantly)���������Your reverence  two rights mako a wrong whon their  bools,  Corns ci'lpploolbo foot' and, mak..  walking .a torture, yot sure relief in  tho shape of lfolloway'a Corn Curo is  within roach bf all." {  Tho archbishop bad preached a fine  sermon on 'Married Life snd its Duties.' Two old Irish won en were heard  coning" out of church commenting on  iho address.  It's a .fln'o sermon ��������� bis reverence  would bo after i/ving us, ..aid ono to  the other.  It is indeed, Avas the quick reply,  and I wish I knew, as little about tbe  matter as he does/  Coroner���������You say you "told lhe~s^  vant to get out of the houso 'tho minuto you found it war. on fire, and she  refused to go? ���������  Mrs. Burns���������Yes, sho said she must  have a month's notice beforo, sho  would think of1 leaving.  Shrewd Sexton  Among lho tourists who travel  tii rough l'Yaneo a considerable number  visit tbo cathedral at Rheims, a magnificent example of gothio architecture,  and in tbo tower thoro is an onormous  clock which is wound up by tho sexton every day, a very tirlnj. job, as tha  wolglits aro' naturally ' oxtromcly  heavy. ���������  Tho sexton, xiowcver, is' a1 very  shrewd fellow. .Whenever h> shows  lho trippers tills wonderful piece ol  mechanism he remarks*. Ladles and  f_entlom.cn, it yon do not bolievo rao  icgardlng lho heaviness of tbo clock  wolp'hts try for yourselves.  Kaoh of lho trippers immediately  givo ,1 turn,or two to tho wheel, and''  ns thoro aro somo 200 visitors a day  lho, trippers unconsciously and eagerly wind lho clock for him and in addition givo him an' extra tiy for bcljv;  allowed lo do his work.  Mlnard'i! Llnlment'Cures Colds, &c������  Origin of the Dead Letter Office  Wbat was tbo reason for our office  getting ils namo of tho dead letter office, as it is oflon called? said an/official in tho returned letter ofllco; Well,  it was .originally started in order to  return to .ho senders all letters, etc.,  addressed lo peoplo wbo turned out lo  bo dead. The nerd for euoIi an arrangement becamo evident from tho  number of valuable inclosures contained in such missives, and that tbo old  tradition still lhif_.rs in the department is evident from Iho fact that the  bags containing,, returned letters aro  black in color.  Yes, thero are people wbo imagine  us to be mysteriously connected with  death itself, and somo time back' we  received a peculiar letter from one  of them.' ;Wi(hin, a .week of .bavins, a  letter returne'd to hor a certain person  living in the samo bouse bad died, and  consequently tbo writer, evidently associating her frione.'. death directly  with us, begged us in fu'turo nover to  send back letters again, but to burn  them instead. '':-������������������ ���������>  Size of Queensland  To glvo ionic'idea of tbo'size of Australia.,, Quoenslau alone U half aa big  again as Germany,.Austria and'Hungary put together. Its area is G68������-  ���������137 square miles.   - .  pealing" VV It'rra :tunatic-  IifG^nirotif-ii1'3,? S������fe i"1'0'1" on*y rlse ,i-1  ilie    unuu_,U    LUa,  ,..~���������.^ ���������_..._,_    aj_   uu 'a,l������-  vator...  .  So/no people' dream of fame, others  keep awake nnd achieve it,  Slnto' of Ohio, elty of Toledo,    (    -ss  LtictiH County. \  Krnnlc .T. (Jhoi.oy mukca oath tlint ho  Ih HQnirif narlnoi* of the Ann of V. .1".  Cheitfty & Co., .loins' business in tlio City  of ��������� Toledo, County qnd Stato nfurosiilrt,  nnd that, said iti-in w!U nny the sum of  ONlS'llUNUUKD nOL_AUS.ro. each  .���������uv. overy _n,so of Ca1m-.li Hint, ormnol  bo-- -onrf-.l    by    tho    uso    of    HALL'S  ~'A.tniI CUI.K. V..-  'f"\ ..M-TK  J,   CJIISNIilT,  ''Sworn   to   liol'oro   nio   unci   subKci'lbod  lu'my pi'osonoo, tills (iih duy of "D.eom-  bor,   A,ID.   JSSO,  (Soul) A. VT.  HLTJASON,  Xotury   I'liblio  TTall's Cnlarrh  ('nro hi In ken  Inlci-ii-  ally  and   nelH  directly  upon   tho  blood  nml   miicmiH   Hiiri'iieoH   of  tho    systom,  Send I'or lonlimnnlnls,  i'vpo, '  '  X<\  ,T.  fJllKN.'lY & CO., M.'olodn, O.  Sold by nit 1 .���������UBf.lBlH. 7l.e,  Tnko llnll'H ramily 1'lllfi   i'or   ooii,.U-  patlon.  The Bridal Veil  Tho bridal veil is ovidontly of oast-  oru origin, being n, roll: of tbo  bridal canopy hold -er lho bonds of  the brido and bridegroom. Among Ibo  Auylo-SnxouR n similar cuslom existed, bill if tho bride was n widow It  was, dispensed with. According to  Simim usage, a flno linen clolh was  laid upon 'tht. head,, of lho brido nnd  bridog-oom an 1 was not, removed until tbo benediction had been mild.  The old niitls-i custom wati lo i.po na-  lure's veil unadorned���������lha< in, tho  long hair of lho brido, which was so  worn by all brides, roval, uoblo nnd  nlmplo. Only then did ovory ono behold tho tresses of nmldenhood In  their entirety mid for .ho last time, an  aftor marriage th/iy woro neatly droRs-  eil.bn.lbo bend.'. Among somo tbo  iroRSos wero cut' aiid carefi ,y stowed  away on a woman becoming a wlfo,  11 was oiif'loiiiury In llin^ln I'or village  brides lo shrnr 'Olr . ck,-j on roturn.*  ing i'roin ohnVcb.  The Ksponililo'eoiigreOii advocates  jieiico, and, yot in print the lungniur.  if that ic, what II in-Ionks ns It' It  might bo well adapted lo Avar,  It is uiu-iecoabary to ho? *. out n  monthly stntenient to tbo follow who  owes you a grudge,  n.-m n**\  1110   llil|'|','i    Hl.aal    \-,.���������-   ".<  And '"h" 'ii froo fvmr debt.  In bo who does not warn, tbo liuii'.h  Ilo knows ho cannot uot.  You sny nil Btirnnmon woro originally bpstowod nccnvdlug to somo por-  i,uu���������;   h...r:ii(:'.C'l'A)on   ni'   ���������iftclburo?  Bo getioaloglnts loach us,  Thon how dona it como that moro  peoplo aren't mimed l/ov������Joy'.'  Sbo'n all tho word lo mo! hn cried,  And nt.-hli1 heart did clutch,  Tr* otilto ripparont, I replied,     *  You haven't trawhrO nuw-h.  Tbe /vPiitdin cniiipany'i;   er.?;ir.r.cri3  cav thai lho   new   nuirlno   dirigible  y.o'ituH'n VII  'nubl cross tho Alliintlc  ��������� '-'��������� ������i������tie rli-k.    .Uudiio risk In  '������������������vlo'iuly a term of oon-l  IffllV I  Tn front of tbe Chelsea bouse, Bir  Thomas Moro had a garden.and gate-  bouse, and as'there was a. pleasant  view from the summit of tbo gate  houso. he' used frccjuontly to sit Ihero,  accompanied only, by his dog.' Hero  It was that bo-was found _no after-  nn.j.i v.- .������ awimiinriii!. maniac, wbo  crept upstairs aud saw tbo feeble- ������������  man dozing.  Leap, Tom, lean, im crlei!, and at  the samo timo tried to throw' him  over tJio battlomenls, Moro bad ,not  physical strength enough to resist, but  bo bad tho wit to aay  Let us ilrst throw this llltlo dog  over.  Tbo man immediately, throw down  the dog,;'  Pretty riport, said the lord chancel,  lor. Now, go down and bring bim  up: then try again.  Whilo tbo madma.. wont down for  tho dog, ?roro mado fast lho door bo-  bind him nndso m~(tiiflj*;ed to.hold tho  fort iintll. doliveranco camp, '  Good Substitute '-���������>-  ���������Why havo you 'not como to ' my  bridge party as you promised? telephoned the IvaLo hostess. You aro  breaking up one .tablo.' '   .*  I am sick, was tho reply.  That's an old oxcuso. ,  l.'eally, Vm sick, I hnvo a trained  nuvfio.  , Well,- you fihonld have sent n, sub<  stifuto.    Ask lho nuvso if sho plays,  Easily Divided  Tho hour was divided into 3l.\ty  ni Initios boeniu... tho number sixty can  bo ovonly divided by two, throo, four,  llvo, six, ten, twehc, llftccu, twenty  nnd thirty.  WHEN BABY CRIES  Don't got out of patience' or scorn"  or shako your baby for crying,     lio.  does not do. that* lo bo ugly���������that is  not a   baby's   nature���������ho ;.wauts   to  laugh and be happy but when bc cvies  that is tho way bc takes ol telling you  '  lie iH "in pain; that his llltlo stoma.?*'  is out of order, or that bis new teeth''  hurt him.    Instead of being cross give  ;  bim  ii doso of Baby's Owii Tablct.  and j'bu will soon seo blm1 laughing  and happy again.   Tho Tablets sweeten lho stomach, make teething pain- ,  less, breaks up colds; care constipation and expel worms., ' Sold'by med- *  iclnd'dealers' or by mail'at 2(5 cents a  box from Tho Dr. Williams' Mcdicin������',  Co., livockville, Ont,"  "   The Wild Boar ..;  Tiio wild boar is a most courageous -  an.'mal.   Tbo element of luck counts"  fov a grea: deal in pig sticking, as inmost other forms of sport, and it often happens lhat llu*- foremost sportsman who by dint of hard riding or  :Llinril;ci  tnl lho fnztor.r boiw; Illls.como  up with''lho Quarry is deprived of tho1  coveted honor of first spoar, by,a sud^  den jink or turn of tho pig. The -boar  in spito of bis clumsy appearanco, is  not only possessed of a. -grca*1 turn ot  speed, but :,. extraordinarily active.  Mo will turn and twist .Hib j_..talr, ���������  pulling every obstacle in-..the. sljnpo' ot  bushes, rocks-wator, * etc A* bo'twoon'  himself and his,pursuers, 'Duttall.tho  time making for tlid nearest,.patc|i'',ot  jungle and safety. Tho \itio* 'after a  pig is' faster than tbe best of. runs  Willi bounds, but is sooner over.  ���������''     ) ''  Ci.  Mothers can easily know whon 'their  chiUlven'aro troubled with worms, and  thoy lose no llmo In applying tbo.best  of remedies--Mother l-ravcs' Worm  Exterminator.  '\,_' Suburb  When did |ho word suburb Ilrst  Ond Its way ihlotbo bmguago? It is  used in a recently discovered four*  toonth ordinance of ibo, city guild ot  carpenters providing that Uio-, members should attend tho funeral of anj  ono of 'tho fraternity resident within  tho. clly or fn tho suburbs The natural lnf,ereiifio Is that even then -i-i  was part of the everyday tulfc of tho  "���������IM'/iCUH. _.,_,,  Tho fiimpllfled" spelling board In  going right on oimplifylny weirds that  rofiifio <-) bo slmplillod.  A Columbus high school has bairaed  tbo monocle, When wo wont to  school (ho tough boys in lho class  would havo attended to Hint.  A Panama workman won f.R.OOO In  a lottery nnd spent it in two months  In Now York, .What dclnycil the Now  Yorkers so lduch?   ���������  It Ih ffolupf 1o bo a great hardship  for somo men of wenllbto bo compelled to havo ih.olr fortunes guaranteed under a pure money act.  Gel!Ing np early in tlio morning to  wrofello with tho funmco Is good ro  f "ongtlifin a mini's ebnructo' perhaps,  Raid a, oaroloos yftimg   lndy   named  Snna  When sho stepped on un empty ban'  an n,  Now, what do you seo'   ,  That you stnro so, Jn mo?  And tho bystander cried, Ilosanna!'"-  V������  Hobble���������Will you send mother a loaf  of mutton. ploiiso,.l.lr, Jones?  ,1 ones���������Yes, my .boy. >;���������  Hobble���������And mother says If It's an  skinny at (Uo lnst, lho mnn needn't  knock, lio cim iiuuli It through tbe  letter bo.*..  Mexico Ib a regular olmmol.on.  lv  aillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmillllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHl  rj-   w*,a*\L  _ ii   j. aa_Mpii������Mwii������nw������������ii_^iia_aa-.ii_iii i ���������  __. fc^J_^^JJM. , .. _. j-inr-Mimm i, ��������� MM  ������irfh_n?^ 1-*j_rft_nhlLr  W0MA-N'S dellcn*������ ������y������te������n wijuiroi,  JU^-lPM IL JUV-&PJA.     Vf   moro than ordinary care ami at.  .*_       kl     L_ 1_J ���������^*P*a-) 0** Bit  Yo>iar TIm^  tc*..Uo'.v   more cftr.  e\w\ nttnntlnn Hinn  tt Ih f>Uen by tlio -averbro woman.  NoRlect It nm. ills ������oon otoeyi In, and  Wl     . ,,   tho look of old nee,, pornotlmcu quickly,  5 >IKnER_B-nBRfll_^ fcomctlmen gradually follows.  13 That butikijcbp, to cmnmoji wnntiff womnn, bringii with It tho Runkonehenl, th������  a tmflfln. h _. tired muifilig, crow Woct, nnd noon Uie yootb/u! body l������ no inoio youtlja  S3   iml in t������iipetmme*���������tbA m hwhunA Ufac'*. i>, a,tuuUoi������,  S ��������� narn It no rmon wlijr yon fboulil b������ no onfortnniito, when you <Jiav������ *t yntir  3 dlupnnul o rctrmdy such nn Dp. Pleroo'n rnvoi-itn Ppe������oi-IiiUoii-roa.ommeiidorl  ***���������   for over *0 yenr* u * itimody for allmonu iioculinr to womon.  W. liavo thou-  itnd������ upon tliouixiDitu of t������MJmmil������|ii on nifl-ttm  (uw.uiulntlotiof <D.i'in-l_iitU>ylnif to It* tttatU  ivMiiuin. Neither nnrcotlp* noi nlnolml nra to lie  found (n thli famom vrotr.rlplSon,   lioiruliiton  lrr*tml������rlt.len. Cnmul* ������l������plac������mimni. Oitttomtt  Iffttnfcl ruriod..  .'oiintiipusrvaM,  Uihm -about  p#rfaet huattli.   Sold by dwilw. In modlclnei,  InIl.v!df������t������Wr.!_;_m.  Dr. JP'ttYit'tUaikal Advlur, ntitlu rt.  thai ti*'ta>*'nla million, tinaimt hutlt  afittleati nutitttnt abuut trhli-h ntrv  W*M*n,ilattt ar martini auetit talnow.  i  ! m  i ml  m  4 m  Dr. Pierce's  Favorite  Prescription  iiHiiHiHiiiiniiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuuiuiiiiiiiiiuifliiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiujtiiiiitii  mumtm ���������MiDirm.  THE  NOTICE in Uoroby giveu tin. fc apj. h-  ' aO-atie., wilt be-mado -to th>' Suyeriuteud-  ���������en tot Pfovinoiil P.l.ioe,Viotoria torn  bccu.su tpeell liquor by. wlioleiule upon  tiiu pro-i i<ie3 situ ikd on Lot 0, Mock J5,  iCu.'..bbi!nud Townsite, Ouroberlnud, 13. 0  OiALI AI UiSSATTO,Applio.i.t.  D.ted ibis 1st d,,y , f Ootober J913.  L !i?_??, A.5_y ^5^yi?i^^%? '^H^^  raOriQK js lit.rjby.givon thut uu ihetir.t  ���������diyofU jh'w next application Will he  mude to the Superiutendei^t Of Provii.eiiU  Polico, Victoria, U-.r iho renewal of tho hotel liajonso to sell liquors by retail iu tne  '.hotel known as thu L .rue hote*, situated at  ���������Comox, B.O.     ���������    -gWob M. IJauww  Dvtod Ootober 1, 1913. , ~ -  NOTICE is hereby given that on tbe  ifirst day of November 191,3, application  will be made lo tbe Superintendent Ot  Provincial Polici*-, for a reitcwal of the  avha.lc..,iU. Ikju it- license uj>nn the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection s, Nelson District.       ,  I'lLSENiiit Ukkwino Com.any.  Dated October isfj 1913   .  ***wm*mmm*mma*m**^m^KWmaM*mm*miiM$* 1 * -_*_mm������-wWP���������<  N0.1G_ iajiii-eby Riven Unit on tbo  ilt'.fc day of December nexuippliiat o;.'a<iI:  he made to ihu Su.o iuleiwloi.t nl Pruiin-  ,oial I'olieo, Vict <ii.i, fairn r.ii.:\wil of the  ,li <toi l..ci)!>'0 t<> sell liijUni'.. bj n-t.il in  .Ihobotol knowu us the Uniuo Imtt-J, sit-*  unto nt. Ui.i.Mi, B.O,   John N. McLkoj.  Dii'.'d tho 1st day ������.f Oetwb.sr, 1913  Union Steamship Co. of B. G.  "THE S. S.COwrciJAN WILL'SAIL  AS UNDER   ���������  iNANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION UAY-GOMOXROUTE  .   .    ��������� -Loavti Vancouver,Afoiiday, nt 8 p. in,  Arrivo Nanaimo, at 11.30 p% in.     "     "���������'     *"~"  Arrive Union Day, Tuesday 0 11. in.       Louvc Tecs n      -  Arrive Comox- Tuesday 8 a. in,     Lc.tvo T.m*ilaV, 11 a. m.  <J-eavo Nanaimo 0 p. ,,,, Tuesday.   Arrivo \rni.eo.mir-_.30 p.m.  ���������Arriv/nT11������' S^^ ? P-������������-  Arrive   Nanaimo, '11.30-p.1n  Auive Union Hay, Sunday 6.a.i'u, Depart S P.m. A  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.  Subject lo change without notice.  **������*.  .111.  NOTICK is hereby jjiven that at, 1 he  next mnelng of tho Board of Lico.ue 6 in  wi*.. i-or. ������f tbe city of Cuiub-rlan.I, I  iton<l to Ki.pl,v.fl)_ ,������tone Mil of the tx.t  el licsnso hold by nie for tin. Wav������<rly  11'' t'l,>ituuieil ou lot 2, bloeV H, Cumlicr  diKl ToAiiaite,  FRANK DaLI.OS  bUdllii���������29Uf(1(y.ff Oct. JU13.   '  DBINK  The purest am. best HEER, aud  made in Cumberlaiul.  N/flCK is beivby '.ivji' that on tlie,  .first day of D-oowbor U.J.C. applioAtou will  bo uude to Aie. Snporbicuiidetit of L*r >viuol'il  tolioo, Viotoriiv, for thu rcuowa.1 uf tho ho-  tiaj lioonno.to aell liqiiiM by' roniil iu tl.e  hotel known aa tho Kvoj-.idu howl, situ i'^o  at Courtonay, B. 0. 0. il. .koj-inku .  I>������todO-tobw.l', 1013.  NOTICK is uoix-by /������iv*un Hut on the  first day of Dt'COiukr next upplioati.'ii will  bo mndo to tbo *5u|ie.'ii..i ...lent cf l'r"viu-  c-iiil Police, Vi.toi-iit, for tbe roue-vial of the  hotel lioetiau to Bill liqiv<r������ by.touailiu the  hot 1 kiiiAV 1 (is tbe W'iI.iou hold, aituated  at Unio-i Bay KG.   ,  .     ��������� Ai.i'itni) lt.U'Kii IloitSR  ���������    Ditted October ], 1.113.  NOTICE i_ hereby gi. im tout on the  first dny of Daccml or n xl appliciti ������> will  bi innd������ to thoSu|iori'itonilotit'of 1'iovin .  oinl Police, Victoria, fuv the renownl ol ilu  Uo.al licunio to sell tiquoiB by n-tiiil in the  Uo.t'l knoavn a;, tiiu NoLou hotel, .itu.v.e-i  ot Union Buy, 1J.C. . .John .iuseu.J  Dated Ootolxjr 1st, 1913.  The. Courtenay Hotel  Kviry convenience for guests.  The Oeutial Hottl for Sportomon  None bul the Best of Wiiipt aiifl. T.itjuors  at the Bar.,  RATES       .REASONABLE  N.  MCLEOD  Ot���������  ^Par.OFiilEi'or.  Engliab 4 x BURTON alivaya on tap      aUo, tb,������ faiiiousMILWAUKKK  BILER^���������Anhoniwf, BiJjiiialau, Sehlte,'4o.       "OLD GREY BI.AltD"  SCQTUil VVHI.SJ.Y,     -   Best Wmae-and Liquors of all kinds  ���������������     -   ,    , 0  Tbe rfow-ding and Lodging iXpartwt.t.. under tbis j.'ni.od^to aujjorintond.iice   -  ���������      will bo iou,.d Fiut olas-j in ov.ry rospeot._,  Notice ih hereby yiven ib.K ;;t ihe  ���������icvl mcetinjf af the Iloaixl ot iiccnse  ���������-oinn.issioncrs I intend to apply fur .1  ���������'i.i.������!w,il of the hotel hctti.se held by me  or ihe Nov England-Hotel, sttuaicd mi  ���������lock j, lot ,3, Cuinbei-1-.nd Townsite.  JOSEI'H WALKER  Dated Oct., 291I1, 191 j.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, B.C. 1913  '*     "       ' liKOKIITS   .  Gov't grunt to City 35037 (J5  Gov't grunt to Cump...  100B 25  High School fiws     370 00  Special Gov't grant.....  2500.00  Paid by  Oity  of  Cutn-  iKTluml-'.-   3410 7(1  OVER GG'TEARBF  CPERICNCE  NOTICK is hereby niven that :u the  next incotiiij' 'of the lloudof License  Commissioners of ihu City of Cumberland, I intend 'o apply fur a-reiieiv.il of  iins hotel liccns** held by me for itic  "Kin^j Gcortje" Hotel, situated on ni 9,  block 7, Cuinberlaiid Tounsiie,  "     ' VICTOR HONORA-  Ualccl thi< 29'11 d.iy of Oil., 1.) 13,.  XOl L-K i. bi-nbv riven tint ut .tho  1 ext 111 ot'ijg of tlio llo.'ud ������>f Llomiso  UuinuiiBsioucrs < f tho Oitv of Cun,b. 1-  liuiit, I intond tn np.. ly i' .- a icnkW.l 1 f the  ",'W.e.n.o liqnor lion-io hold by nio, tit-  tinted ou lot 12; blook 0, .umbel-hud  r<)\vnsito.  JO IN MAHOCUUI  Duted ih's 29lh diy of Ow.. 101.3.  Total Ruceipts......S1W02 9fi  MINTS  NU'l'ICKis i������ hoiei-y tiv.-u thnt at Uie  next o.eutiiig < f tho Hoard of Lioon-c  Coininissioneis of,(ho City <..f Cumb r-  I ii.', I ii tend to ajijdj for a renewal of  ho wh<)!iHii]>* liquor - li.ni s. hold l������y mo  on lilueli 15, lit (5, Cuiiiborlnnd TuMn.itc.  CIUJ    MUaS-aAlTO.  h.it d,.this aotii'da'y of O t.i li.!,..  ATES,       ..      ;.A  .u     ���������.;���������      ,. A ������������������      ?.l 06 per day  .''".' iY * ~Q       ������������������ ^ '  NOTICK it I'Ct'aby fiiven t.hit at thi  ���������h xt inetting tif the Hon id i f Licoiuo Cotu-  'i.issioner. of th') City of ('na borlmd, I  ��������� tend -o i.yip y for a ronevval < f thi? bot-  ul buuise bold by nie for he Cumberland  lloti.1, hituutiad on lot 1, block fi, Cum' t-r-  huicl Totvnsilc.  WILLIAM ME11R1 FIELD,  j Ibited i w 20tli day of Oo.-.. )������13.   ,;  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better; Cheaper Than. Most Dairy Feeds"    .  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  ���������. ���������Distributors���������  -N-^TSlTWDTTTTr  John Johnston,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANALMOI1Q.LDEN AT  NANAIMO.  JNTIIE MATTEH OK William  Herbert Ilatlon   deceased, in ���������  te.ttUo, lato. of Cotirtoiitty, B ,C.  AND  IN THU MATT Hit of tho "OHi-  cial Adniinisu'utors Act,"  TAKK NOTICE that  by order of II\a Honor Judge   Unrkor,  nal������j  un  "the llth day ot!  l*Yb  rnnry, 1014, I   -was    appointed  Administrator of tlio Estate of the  a uivo mentioned docea.nd, and all  paities having claims ngninst tho  eaid ostnto nro hereby required to  furnish same, properly voritied, to  1110 on  or beforo tho 15th day of  March   1014,   AND    all   par-  tins indebted to said ofitnto, are required to pay tho amount of their  iiidebtodnesQ to mo forthwith,  Dated tl.it. llth day of Fehru  ary 1014.  W, Wksm.t Wn.i-Aun,  Ollicial Adiniiiiatmtoi',  Onuibei'laitd, -I). G.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  LIQUOLl ACT 1910.  ��������� Section 42.  ..NOTICE r. hereby giyec that  on the ls������t day of December next,  applicalioii will he:- made to Ahs.  Wpi^i alien dent of Provincial. pol*.  ifib fnr it licenee for the sale of  liquor by. wholesale -in and u^on  the jiretai������)8 situated in  tlie town  ',';   era,.������i...,,..,    .D     ri.' .1     -���������"���������'  described.ua Lots 80 and 31, rec-  ;ion^61.  Dated this lllh.day of Oo ober  1.13. ' ,.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  John Mi.roccbi, MunnRcr  Apjiliemit  .   ���������K.XTENI.ITUKE  Toaehors' .salaries .... B7(d'J.o 00  Jmiilor  U10 00  ScaviMigH- ���������  '   i<0 (,���������()  Teh'Rrinw. leU'plioiii*.. 0 00  A, 'Maxwell, hiinlagi'.. 14- 00  Potter  &   l.ii'kbrido..  haulage.".,  12 50  T. D. JMcI.cfin, stationery  and  repairs.. 4 00  A. II. IVucev, -elation-  ory and books.... (>'d IH  rslandi'r, printing  34 00  News           ���������������"   ' ..,.'.. 10 00  C.11, Tarbell, supplies ���������              ,  and labor  . .44 55  Dr, G.K.MucNiingliton  medieal inspection , 112 50  Thomson Stationery Co  '    books... A. A..-.. 23 20  Free Text Hook. Office  bowks  25 00  J. J. DoHggan,   Trustees,-^Aspoeiat ion. 10 00  Daily  1'roviiici'.  ndy'g 2 70  Sec'v's salary 12 mos 00 00  Newbury &.AshIcy,Insurance, new school 145 00  Postage   nnd    stationery, 12 mos.....' 10 00  Win1','Totter, labor.... ���������   33 SO  I).  Kilpalrick, -coal. .=  hauling  ���������    22 50  \}.0. (D)Limited,  coal 1'27 50  i_JJttiAcr_&Xo;-,-chiilk=-=���������-l'-00  Shibatti, clock   Tradi Marks  mioiatiH  OoPvni:j.-Ts Ac.  Anrono senrttnn arketch at,} .VwicrHiiiain v.ij  quickly nscortaln nur (',lulo-. froo .Ttiti.or im  inTonilnii laprobnbly v.",.f':''''1'''', -GHnr.ui.lea-  tlonvRtrlcilyconiiilniilliU. IL'tlaDilOOK ont'ateutf  ecnt (roo. Olil������������t niiuiii-jr *Qr80ourtn;:r.'ilia!'taa.  1'aionti tutton tWrourt liunii * Co. Maw-'i1  <l]iff(a(f!.((e^*Alttioucci-!ia-,i.lntUo  Sciviiliiie jmtMb  A lisDilsoi-oly llliiiitKit.d Wtt.'t'.lT. r.srei'st clr-  ftiUt'on of any wcieuilflrr JournM. 'icius tat  Cdiiudu; a-i,"D h y������or, lusiano j.rciMild, B'lUl by  ���������ll iiewau'ilerR.  " o.3������B"������ad"������y- He-ff York  OlCB. eXi V Su Wi-blUKtoa. 1). O.  i,J&  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNEWS.  v<Nuflf Said."  O. H TARBELL  LIQUOR ACT, 1.10.  Section 4'2.  NOTICE ia hereby given that,  on the 1st day1 of December next,  _indication.-.will be made to the  Supoiir.iondont of Provincial Polico for renownl of tlie hotel licence  to eell liquor by relitil in ��������� tho bole1  Known ae tno Mulacpiini llolal,  i,until at Lund, in the Province of  llrilish Columbia,  Dated thin Sih day of October,  1013,  FHED THULIN  Applicant  IIiiyniaii&_Ic.!tao,towj,s  T. E. Bate, hose, glass  sundries   L. W.    Nnuns,   water  12 incfi ,...  lloy.ton  Mill,  lnniber  High school piipils, six  day's   teaching...  S'shool key������...........  Washing towels    Special grant expendit-  ttire,- Glark&Stewart  Co, Ltd. fiiriti I am..  A. McKinnon, I'nrn'tre  Septic tank   Repairs to old nchool  Maps ,   Labor putting in now  desks   0 50  12 25  -2. 50  34 00  5 55  12 00  ,1 UO  . V. GO  1150 07  200 00  275 00  800 00  4.5 00  100 00  ��������� ��������� ^m^  NOTICK TO CONTRAi, TOR S  SEALED TENDERS, superscribe'!-  "'Tender f.r Lock-up and Mnrrieii  Cmisiable's Qiifirier-. ut l'o\vi:'l Rivej-"  will be le.'eiAal i. \* the Honounible ilii  Minister of Public Works up to noon'oi' '  Friday the .oil) cl'.y of Febiu.'iiy iqi.j on  ihe  creel ion and ccinnleiion  of  lock-up  ami married constable's quarters -tt 1'ow-  ell River, in llie <Joinox ElectcraJ  Disinct.  Plans, specification!:, contiact and  forms ot tender may be seen or, nnd : ' '  lor llie 2nd dav ol Ft;l)riiarv"i9i., at the  ofiice of -the Piovincial Cynstftble, at  .Powell Kivci ; Mr. ']. Baitd, Govern- -  ment Agent, CumberUnd, 15. C; Mr. J.  Mahony, Government A^cnt, Vancouver  li. C; or the Department of Public  Works, Victoria.  Intending lendeiers can, for the Sunt  of ten dollais (Sio), obtain ��������� one  copy oi the plans and specihcaiions by  applyin1. lo tii. undersij-ncd, which sum  will "be refunded on their re I urn in  good'order.  Each |.ror'OSJil must be accompranied  by an accepted bank cheque or certifi-.  c.aic ofde|X)sii on a chartered,, ban,k of  CanatliL, made pay tble to the Jlonour-  able the Minister of Public Works, for a  ������������������iii.. equal to jo rcr cent of the,lender,  \vI!ich aliall be forfeited if the R_any icny_  liermj; decline " u; eote. into connact  when called upon io do so, or it" he, lai������  io complcie tbe woik eonirnctcJ ..for.1  The cheques oi "certificates of t'eposii of  unsncracs-aful tenderers wili bi. ���������rciurned  to   then   upon   the   execution   of   tht  Tenders wilt not be consideied^unress  made out on the forms supplied, signed  wiih the actual signature of lhe tenderer and enclosed in tlie envelopes furnished ��������� ���������.     I  The lowest or any tender not necessar  ily accepted.  J. K. GK1FFITM,  Depuly Minister ,-nul Public Works-  Engineer; Depaiimcnt of Public Works,  Vietorir-., li. C, January 31st, .914.  fe.} ' Asi8  mm***arvm*xm  tum. M CANADA  HIGH GRADE STOVES  iH'A ull KI iciihW j.Uibi-J-JUj  1  Sportsmens Goods  nud  General Hardware  Violin Strings. Tnlkinj? machine needles and'Victor Records  for sale at the New* office.  NOTICE  ���������      -nT-lll.a;,., ^^ ���������''  ��������� MWrifak.Uit���������,\.,   , *"^m  Any parson or persons, ciuiin^,  removing or taking any block-s,  timhor or wood, of any doscriptiodn  Hilonging to tho Wollington Colliery Ou'y., or from or off tlio land  of tho eaid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon flic company'b  hind will bo pro.oeutod to tlio full  extent of tho law.  J. Jt. JiOaKAltD.  General Manager,  Colliery Co,y.  Don't   foryct  to   place  your  UCJ.t order for printing will, us,  NOTICE.  Hiding on locomotive and  rail  way cars of  tho  Union  Colliory  Company by any pornon   or per-  BonB-���������except tain crow���������1_ strictly  prohibited.    Employees  r.ro Bub-  iec to diamifuml for allowing earn*  Hy order  J. R.  LOCKARD,  General Manager.  llNTIIKl COUNTY  COUUT   OF  NANAIMO 110LDKN AT  1   CUM ....UUN.)  JN   THE   MATTJilt  of Thomas  Smith, diT.eamI, into-stiilo, who  diud in Nelson  Distiict on April  20ihl.   .  AND  1NTJ.H. MATTJCRlof ilio-'Onielul  Adminiftratorfl Act"  TAKK NOTIOK thnt hy ordor  nf T-Hu Howjr^JV.d^c! IAiKcmihuIl-  tl.o 5ih day ol Nounnhor J0lo,hv'������s  ajipoiiilcd administrator of lho Jtla-  late of tho above monlioned do*  coitRod, and all pmtioH having  ttb.iinii i.guiiiBt .ho   ?ulii osl 1110 nro  ii  b ere | ��������� to furnieb game,  properly verliiod, to mo on or ho-  foro tho J3th day of Dccoinhor,  11)18, AND all parties Imlobtwi to  aa.d e-slute, are lequired lo )my lho  amount of their fnilobtadnn.-fi lo  ino forthwith,  LIQUOI. ACT, 1910.  ���������Scciion 4_.  ���������mmm  NOTIOK in hoiehy givon lhat,  on'the 1st dny of Dot'.eiulnir ttoxt,  it indication will ho \\w\o to the  rinpurintondenl of Provincial I'el ���������  ieu for remnval of the hotel liconco  to noil liquor by iclnil in tho holil  known iiBitho Willow lioU'l, nilu*  alo al, Cnmplell River, in the 1'ro-  vini'0 of JkitiidiCohimhiii,  Da ltd this.aili dny of October,  1.13.  ���������011AUMCS TIIUMN  Appliennl  Total oxpomJit. _ 1> 1 ii   31S302 W  High .ebool fees duo ft'id 00  lve-spectfiiHy submitted.  THOMAS H. CAUEY,  Secretary.  Jlonrtl of School Trusleofl, Ciiiu.  berland, ll. C��������� Jan. 8, l.',.M  I horeby certify that 1 have ex-,  aiiiinud lhe books and nu������i>niils of  the Ciimberltiiid public, and high  sehonlaS and Iind them correct as  not forth above,  J, STKWART,  Auditor,  kinancIaT    staihmknt  Cumberland Niy,ht School   IfMJl  UKCKIl'TS  (ioverumi'iit Oriuit , ������!lfl(),fl<J  Sub.cripi ion .... ..,,,.,    lo7,o()  M  S5i7.no  ^.ii'.v.'.:.*. v  CHER30LS.7 TORS     |  Indian Government tests k\  ow v.'o liavo the purest, fjl  nn<J Stlg.!c.t_ti'vi',���������tli g,';i/<U, k {)  Oillett's lo lined Fry tbo | A]  bed ticbri r. and Ccicr^r?, fifA  F-CiA 3vcrayv,'b^r9- Cost."* no /y-f-j  M njero tltrm tho Inferior /.'/t.'i'.-.  $1 \\ BflulteriUa khW,:,.        id pt\'j  ���������M A E.w.Grj.cTTCo.,L,rD.M ;''���������',���������  *w Kii'f, Tou������.:������, Out. A*, S,-J  WwJitmW&X''* u hUi&u. LM.V- '��������� ,. J  Sauk's WJm E������it C<w$n������,'.,  )  W    WWI.KV WlM-AHI),  Odlrial AdmiubUitior,  Ouinb^riantJ, H. (/  Tlin  (lrri\)   h'<,{AMi   lirm'>1\>.  TlMfllCI'' I'llbll v .1 nion\hc ?^!^ltViM^l  '..',uuHiml!,ivir(_riUJ'Hiliu\v|iu|ii i ���������  jiorviiHH i������)'Hl.i;iii,   liiykiM ,iii.w IJiinitor (l ������l������),tlll  ���������< 17.50  hand Dee. 31, lil III fi.00  aa-i 11 i',,r���������     r>nn,   ,,,,  u,i ,.,,....  plain i)k|)'. on rcM������li>t of lu'lcai,   A'ftn )i<tni';,liUt ���������������������������  vutiMfrcr. ThoWaotl Modlolnu Co. . .. ,ni..     A-,������ m  'tormrlii jk,'mlsor������ Torontn, On-t, | Total espeildlturo \V\\l     .fi)l7.C0  UfHpi'c.trblly Hubmittt'd  THOMAS. H CAUEV,  Secret n ry.  1 hereby certify t/iat I have ex  limit.cd thi1 liookrt nnd ficcotmtif of  the   Cumborland    night    Rchonl  and find ihem rorreet ns sot forth  above. '  .1  STKWAIJT,  J , Auditor,,  Vidt^/VtU hU-QIIUaJl, !jil\  for huucIuI '" " '  fcfild hy io'.  MwrMjl  oi    .      ,.       . _  t       "><._. Prtio riunpiiio',. A-aUu-w: TlW  iJp_-tl_rOMIHlC0..1lllWtT0, Ml. 1/crm.rtt WiiolM'.  a.aa^���������.i,ajfe* +i\   ftQ. v,  .. tutaiv, lf5 per lm_,  \*'i oi'mrifby, or noimt  en  j  niMliM or atVm  dix-ljM, of v*rlpo  {LOOK OUTl'f  NOTICK i������ linn by ������l vou tint nt Uio  uoxtmotitiiiK������( tlin Hoard of UcciiKoOnm  inifHlfi-nfirfl of tin*- (Illy ot ('.unlit, rliim., n-c  liilontl lo apply for a ionewal i f tlio hotel liuenno linIJ by lit.   fur tl.o V.uil.umi  t  Hotel, niliuitoil on lot 5,1 lr*c:lc 3, Ciiiul er  Dalul tbid llth dayof  Novum- |lnrnl TowlmIu  icr, 1918  JO'VHI DAMONTK  J..'l.ni T������������ACC()  P todOo'nl) r 'JlHlt, fil.'f.  r,,.. it.. v-ii   ..   ,, ,.  with ibe Grten Ho:  b'UHSH MILK AND  FARM I'ROlHJCb:  Our Mill, is the product  $      uf tlu* Uest IhvI Cows  i      >  in������i.SM   MILK  vD-Hvui'd inori.inp%c. i*veiling^  ? I. MARUYA        |  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4'>*������*<'0*>^*>*^  GIVIC US YOUR NKXT OR  I-WK ���������!���������'()������ JOI)   1'RIKTIXG. '���������'���������-'    ���������-���������*>,'-��������� ?������������������ -'J-a'..-  ������������������������������������    ���������'.,    ,  .-   "���������, i,r���������t,t-W. ?'.--..  >..<-.. -, tr  '���������      11     ��������� ��������� " ���������  ' <-+-.*���������. .ajf  '\,y''~''*"'1"  "'.''���������>"-^"l~i.'*.,'u' T*WJ;V-i''  >!^>.;-i,iF.ilf ift-11.!! ���������-;������ -fl. *���������*������������.  .; *ta'a-i-'.T A-'-l_- U'i.       "l*J(*a������t  -V*"-**    '--i-   ->V"i W������  ait**  THE NKWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C.  BEATS ELECTRIC  OR GASOLINE  I0pay9> F'REE-^S^rtd No Money  We i  .J������  ���������������������������//'/frr* ,-' as" yo������ **������ pay ns a CM*untl' y������u l*ave used  ''//,Y/Ytf> ll"a wondcr'ul modem light ia your own home for ten days, then  (vyffiV yo" may rel,lrn lt i_t <wr expense if not perfectly <sat_Jicd. We  vfihs/P *?.M.yi?.?J.������Pi,?J_&iy������-_**_?.M?8!'1 ���������?ve?fiv?'?C,fle������������tint___ aa  I ''yif^r^  s-4  ���������>ia3_.t ?;^>  miicli li.ht as the ordinary oil lamp; beats electric, gasoline or  acetylene. Lights and is put out just like Uie old oil lamp;  J8URNS7GH0U9S0K1GAU.0H0IL  M_:sr..*i  ���������k) __^- G,',V('i,*������,o''<"lwiiltollsnt.bun)8common.o������l  f_-'J .: 1 oil (kaarofcerm), no odor, muok i> or nolne, ttniulo,  :iA\ _-=_C������_ clCatn, won't <m>loilu.  (Junrfciitwd.  $1000.00 Reward  ;;>!_SS!  oil lamp cqu*i fo Oils AUrfdln In . rorr w������y <cle.  N>o_!   tAllnot offer glvcii In our clreular),   Would ������������,  aiuro mako such a cimll.uco to Uie world lt thero  m.  will lio ajlfMi lo the periion who bIiowj hi ������n  olll������nipcqu*ifo ttilxAl   '"   '  tAllu ot offer nl veil In ot  dure mako uuch a chill.  wm the Bilehtua doubt ������s to tlin roorlln ot tbo  Aladdin? Weuautono person In ������ach locality  towbomvBMtinfor cuMomers, Write quire  for our 10 I>������y Absolutely I'rto 'trial Vrop.  tuition, Areata' Wholesale I'rlou*, nnd lura  Uow to Set ONE FREE.  MANTLE LAMP CO., 74Ba>bddin������ldt3lon<ro������l & Winnopct  AGENTS  WANTED  to .emoiisir*! _ In t������r-  rltory wham oil Utnvi  ���������nlnn**. fttperletia.-*  unneo������3������*ry, Many  ������lM_tB -v.nte lire  .ultxi a dny nml m������_e  WiO.OO p.r month.  Ouo farmer rl.iroJ  oaw {SO3.H0 Id 8 n.cV..  I on t can ia la I, o mot,,.,  ���������a-aainira and a. arc tin,*.  Wnn quick for lartitm.  mat cuinlii*.  A .Snow Hurricane  Tiio 1'iiran, or snow hurricane of tlio  I'amirs, is a uioLcorolopical phoi'imn-  onon of uveal interest Kven in mid-  sumivev tlio tompcraliiv * .during a  snow bnran frequently fa 11 a to 1-1 degrees F., v.'liilo in one winter it dropped to 'lo degreos bolow ./.oro at lho  ond of January, ..Tlio Imra'i ��������� comos  Willi fHiirtling auddenness, iho atmosphere growing dark with, whirling  snowlliiJces whoro scarcely a minute  before  I lie si:-,   wu.s perfectly  clear.  The Magnet  - Hague!, ia derivei. from the namo of  tho city of Magnesia, in Asia Minor,  whoro the properties of llie lodes-cone  aro said to havo been discovered. It  has, however, been .assorted that ihe  name comes from Mngnes, the namo  ov a shepherd who dis"- vercil magnetic power hy eing hold on Mount Ida,  in Greece, hy its attraction for the  nails in his shoes.  ?Kinf and Alexanders  PATENTS . ���������  Patent Your Ideas���������Xo delay and wa  ���������will Killjt for you if thn idea has merit. Send sketch for freo report. Information on-patents and t. oi inventions  wanted .mailed free.��������� J. A. ' MAC-  'IMURTRY _, CO., Patent Attorneys, "15*  Say   Strwet,   Toronto,   Canada.  EXCELSIOR  Excelsior  Assets   '.3,500,000.00  Insurance   ?13,GOO,000.00  .ABSni.ilTP       .S.r-.jirllaj  Policy   Holders  Policy   Forms    Approved    by  The con versa! ion 'aimed to Pal in a  Washington clubhand a congressman  from Wisconsin waf, reminded of how  an esteemed cki.er of that state got  tangled up in a recent railroad wrech.  When the smoko had cleared away  and Uie wreck, which wasn't a serious  affair,'was pulled apart, Pat's friends  found him silting beside the track  holding his head in ono hand and his  leg in the oilier, said members of  course,'not being detached.  How aro you feeling, Tol? asked  one of .'.u parly, stopping Lo assist  tho wounded man. Are you- badly  hurt?  Shurc, an' thot Oi am, answered  Par., whose worst ,-in.iury was a buaff.-.h  of bumps. Oi fale as if a'road roller  'an' a bloomin' mule liad stepped on  me during a' foight.  Nover mind, old fellow, svmpath.ti-  eally returned the other, 'it's not, so  ���������bad-a_-iUmighL_h.axc__b__cn, and you  will get damages.  'Damages! exclaimed I'at- TJegon'a,  an' Oivc enough av thim. U's repairs thol Oi'm after now.  Minard's Liniment C rec Diphtheria.  I''"  Dominion Insuratnce Department  J-'or Aecnot.a apply to Provincial OlTlcea  ������t Wi'i'ilpeR, Kilmori:on, Sajdcatoo'a*,  Minoouver, or Head Omce, Toronto.  No GIU Is More Universally  Acceptable Than  .alu*.e that the celebrated iTiulemart,  fti; -shown in illusU-ation, isou every  pair of glove, you buy,  SllUlll   _>(..'UU:>-i   ium ii -ri-KB-'pauilaaaViiplat  excessive     owl.  Didn't you seo (ihat notice. Dead  Slow? inquired tiie policeman.  Course 1 did, replied the Yankee, but  T thought it referred lo your diiruod  liille town.  j  Thh trade mark unur** rite feet  Slylc, Fit and FJnisli.  i-ii'it'-j  ������r><aHM.rU WW ������������_WMI������*-M_WWI������������n-UHMMMM-M������ 9tr  I  T suppose thai; whon you women in  tho oast arc gi" i lio right lo vote  you'll be like tho woman 1' heard about  hack in Colorado, said Mr, Ilenpeck,  rather sarcastically.  Why. whal. did she do? iiuiuiretl Mrs,  ll'enpock.  Oh, she ,iiiril. slooi. in front of tho  nolliug place "one afternoon Robbing:  '���������Wlmt do you" fcliiim of thesr men? The,  polls don't close for two hours yet,  mul they won't let mo change my  voi.o,* said lilr. lion pock u'iih a smile.  Flattering Epitaph.;  Charles Lamb, when a llitle hoy,  walking in a churchyard with his Hitler unci reading Lho epitaph,-, said to  her: Mury, where arc all lho naughty  people hui'leil.  Severely i'raclict'  1 feel Hint 'I: In iuy duly to  BUii.liIno, Hiiiil Uio mn rt wh. 1  lously clieerl'ul.  You're lulu in Un  i.c-nRr.ii wiih ilial  line of weatliei- (.oods, roiilled Vui'mnr  ciiller  labor-  CoriiLoiiKOI,  lll>l!lll!t|   lllila  And, anyhow, whul:  year wa:-: rain.  we  Seville's Tower of Giralda  From its great antiquity alone if  from nothing olso it is plain that the  tSlnilda at Seville could not have heon  studietl from tho tower of the Madison Square Garden in New .York which  the American will recall whon ho sees  it., If the case must he. reversed and  we must allow that the Madison  S/iuare tower was studied from tho  fjiralda, wo must 's'ull recognize .thai  it is no servile' copy, but in it*) frank  imitation has a" grace and.. beauty  which achieve originality. Still,. the  (liralda is always tlio Giralda, and  though there had been no Saint, Camions to lip it. summit valh such, a flying  fooled nymph as poise's on our lower,  the figure of .-ailh which crowns il is  at least a wpod wealher vane and from  IU oflice,o. turning' gives the-mighty  bell tower 'lis nnmo. Lou;, centuries  beforo the tower was a belfry It served the mosque, which lho cathedral  now replaces, as a minaret for lhe muezzin to call the faithful io prayer, but  it was then only two-thirds as high-  caughtTcold  _JN' WOUND  L: 'may he only a scratch or cut 'to  boffin with, hut "ths deadly germs get  inlo it and soon yon are :i victim of  blood-poisoning. You say you c night  cold,in the wound and it 'festered.  Now il is red and fiery, and threatens  : -jrious'li'oub" ,.  You can never ostima'te what il is  worth to have Dr. Chase's Ointment  at hand all lho time to apply in just  such cases of emergency. The most  important thing; this ointment does is  lo prevent blood-poisoning-. . lc depresses tho nerves, contracts the small  arteries and veins, aud stops bloodies:,  liy ils antiseptic influence, it, keeps  out the poisonous germs and heals up  l - wound,.  Dr. Chase's liniment quickly soothe:  itching and burning, and ��������� Joins lo.heal  more quickly l_an_���������nylhing that has  been discovered. As a euro for eczema ll has never heen rivalled, and  what more severe test could you apply? To try Dr. Chase's Ointment is  to prove ils unusual merit and to keep  'it always at hand for instant use.  Change Wanted,  A solle.ilw* called upon another,member cf tho profession and' asked his  opinion upon a certain point of law.  The lawyer to whom the question was  addressed drew himself up. .  1 generally get paid for what 1. know,  ho'said   Uffly.  - The questioner look a dollar from  his pocket and offered it to the other.  Tell me all you.know and give me  Ihe change, ho said.  The bartender had reached that  state where he waa staggering visibly  under the blows and jars of too much  rum to tho brain. Ho ��������� was seeing  double. ��������� .  The dignified gentleman who entered iho har every oven.' is at a, certain  hour wiih Jiis bat on at a certain angle, and with the heels striking the  Iloor with a certain velocity, walked  up slowly anil asked for his customary  B'la.s of beer. . Tho bartender,' with  elaborate cure, prepared two glasses  and set them down in front of the sober and unshaken customer.  I ordered one glass of beer, said  tho patron', in '.i smooth manner. Why  in the mime of suffering heaven-give  mo t,vo?  Well, said tho bartender, lurching  forward to emphasize his curiosity,  ain't your friend goin' lo havo one?  ,An actor without funds managed in  some way lo get a second-class ticket,  ou a lino of steamers running between-  Seattle and San Francisco.  Tho ��������� voyage between theso two  points consumed lho' better part of  three' days and' in .view of tho fact  that his finances were at a low ebb,  h" figured it out this way: The first  day'ou I he slept all day io keep from  sleeping.. The second day ho took  physical culture exorcises.  On the third day lie could .land the  strain no longer ami he .went down to  the dining room and ordered tho best  meal the boat could afford." ' While  tucking it under his belt he conjured  up in his mind's eye a picturo of a  cell in tho baslilo' in San Francis:  co.  .After finishing his meal he sai^l lo  the waiter: Mow much do I owe you?  Nothing, replied . the wr-itcr, your  meals aro included in'your" ticket.'  ��������� A youngster vas much depressed  by loneliness. Uis own brother had  gone away for. a week, and the lad  across the street,, with whom he played occasionally, waa ill in bed. Moreover, ihero were no leys. Iliac he  found amusing.  In this sad slate his uiothov found  him. Perhap:'., she suggested, I can  play with .you. Whal is it you -wish-���������  to play. Indians?  No, -mam, sighed the' boy. I wish I  '" .so���������UcoiiUI._i____  " wa stwtn 11 t-l e  together.  -do.  Exhausted from Asthma. Many  who road theso words know tho torri-  riblo drain upon health anc" strength;  which comes iu the train of aslhinat-  hi...,.'oul,le_,_. ...'iany "do no'c realize,  dy which will surely stop this drain.  Dr. ... D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  is a wonderful check to this enervating ailment. II. has a oounlless 'record of relief io ils eretliv. ft is'sold  almost everywhere.  Tfo had been around from church fo  church trying Lo find it congenial congregation, and finally ho stopped at a  littlo church jus!, ao iho congregation  read with the minister:  'We have loft undone those things  which wo. ought, lo have done, and wo  havo done those things. which wo  011-1.1)1', pot to hnvo done,  The man dropped inio a pew with it  sigh of relief.  Thank goodness, he tnlft. I've  found mv crowd at lam. ,  20   GAUGE  'HAmmitltjftsS REPEATING. SHOTGUN  The Model 1912 Winchester is the lightest, strongest  and handsomest repeating shotgun on the market.- It  weighs only about 5^ pounds, yet it has great strength,  because its metal parts throughout are made of nickel steel.  It is a two-part Take down, without loo.se parts, is simple to  operate ancl the action works with an ease and smoothricss  unknown in guns of other makes.   See one at your dealer's or  ��������� ,   Send to Wiaehtster Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn,, for circular.  Tim LIGHT WItfGn?, NICKtil STIWI, REPlfATJlR..  ||!i,:'i|||||i,_S  -FOOD/f  kftciv-.!tor?C3, cows, iabecp'aiift pi������'s iu such prime condi-    'fl  ij]  tion. because it is,composed of thesajitc herbs, roots,      \  '������'/  sesctn and_ barks that thess animals eat freely when  rtntmtiK wild. We grind these ten medicinal substancest  to a fine powder, mix tliem? thoroughly aud give them  sV> you, a'it tlieir best, in International Stock I'ood.  ���������       rins is why a tablespoon!',il of International Stock Kocd  wllh the i-emtlat- graiii teed tones np the system of horses, fives  them ucvr life, and a flossy coat of hair,   lt is the best tliliif  yon can -.tve a horse ioi indigestion   liver trouble, coughs'  influenza, hide bound o. blood trouble.    International .StocVi  I'aiod ii equally Rood ior horses cattle, sheep and hogs, ltkeepa  the syr.teni m a healthy condition nud promotes rapid giow-th.  rot- sale by dealers everywhere. in  MirGRNAilONAL STOCK FOOD CO. tlHITED, TORONTO. Out., Can.  c������*_  immtti'  IS, wi _������-*r",M i  Billy, aged four, often called on. his  nearest neighbor, Mrs.. Brown," wlio  petted liim a good deal and usually  gavo hlni a couple oC her nice coplries.  And it"site happened lo forget to pass  tliem out he somcliiucs reminded hor  oil it.  I-l is father learned of this and eluded him for bogging and told him he  must not do so auy more,. Last year,  iust before. .Christmas, Billy came  home with cooky crumbs in evidence.  Havo you been begging cookies  from Mrs. Brown again? asked the  Ijrtl-ui-rathc.-sternly-. :���������'  Vo, said 'Billy. I didn't -liejc for i  any. I just said this louse smells as,  if. it was full q������ cookies, but what's i  that to me?     "' 'I  EDDY'S  '  "2 in 1" and."3 in 1"   "  ���������  No other   Washboards . hav-'.ths  zinc crimped by 'ho method peou-  .liar to  EDDY'S Washboards.   ���������  This patented 'process    elimlnata.'  tho  danger    of    torn , linens���������th.  abuse of hands���������the unpleaaantnoss  'of wash-day.  -                  .���������  It assures comfort and economy to  the   greatest     degree.    Insist    on  EDDY'S.  Washboards  Just  as qood as  Eddy-*s  Matches                                                  ���������  ������o������lBaking Success  " There was a llltlo boy who began to  keep ti diary.     His first entry'was:  showed tlio entry to his mbtner. and  she, horror stricken, said:  Have you been to school? Got up,  indeed! Such an expression! Does;  the sua get up?'   No, it rises. ���������  And she scratched out 'Got up at 7,'  and wrote 'lloso, at ,7' in Hn -place.  Tiial: night "die boy, before retiring,  ended the entry i'or the day with llie'  sentence;   Set at 9' o'clock".  'JUI  I !-  The Difference  "L'wisl. nioilool. iiinn and c  .'lii-a f'if.'t'i'eiifi' Ik wlfto.  Oiiti i.lilnkii In-' iipver would bo mlaned  Jt' l-,n loiiioi'i'ov,' illi'd,  The i.iiici' Hi Ink,*. \vli>Mi :.<' ,-iii'ils ii'iur  Thai ovnry si'p.ii' 'ii blank  Anil .'iiiwli'H .ill lin- "Vni'lil wlll lifiir  Wlli'll   111'  Wl'lilV  ,''Ol'H  Hint   B(|lH.'ilk,  Two (Ii'i'- .t. lU'lentiiilri nro respond!-  )i|e for Hi'' nliiMMiia"iil 'l.nr If you wuul  lo live ii. >o lit" ji.'in'r. did ynu"iniisl  cni clialli, Hut iheiv I.i littlo proline..".!  Uml. tii.- I Wi* I'l.'.ui'iii'!!'! eowniiiiii'ii will  pm. the c.liiill: cut"r iiiiifiif,' ("no [U'el'er-  vei.i il.-ili'.-i,  The hoy had just handed his rutlior  n sizable hiilierdnslier'ti bill vitii tho  request tlin I lie. pay it.  You are nu oxti.tviigaul; idlol! roared tho Iralo pni'eni:. Docfi it ever on-  cur 1o ."fin to put by for it rainy  day?       ���������   ' -  '���������\Vliy, yen, ibid, tixbl tlm yoiini.Bl.or,  if you will rend over lho bill you wlll  llnd thai, ono nl' tlm Henm Is for n ,'.5  riiliH'oni. nud ?l"i for mnbvolliv.;.  On one ficciifiloii u co.miu piu-lla*  Tiieuiury oliiii'iie.l.ei', known nr* a clever  siienkcr nml very oti'eeiive in doiiliiig  wiih a hostile iiiidle'uv, Wuh addresK-  hi!, n liU't'l.lii.'; I'' hh' loiisllliiency,  [lo hml no Hoiiiior rlnon and snid '(.Son-  llcnien' limn i-'onie ono Lhrt: " ail cj.;i'  ul. hlni. Quile iiiiiicrlmiie.l, lie Iiiiil-  ed lo tlio offender and imhl:  I wio nol laiiciiliiii.i,' ro you, '-lr,  Mlnni'd'G Liniment ^tirei* Oislftn.per.  II; is becoming mc-rcand more evident, says Punch, that something must  be done to brighten .cricket. Throwing pop bottles nt lhe umpire might  do it-  The hlglifM' wlivlesi. lower in Ilio  world Ik nt Niiu.ni. (loi'inniiy. It. Ik  muivly n 'ilioiif-'iuid 1'eiit, lil.,h, and It Is  expi'c.k'tl tlint. the ."OMpiDij ean send  niei-iiiiigv,, a*  far ni!  I'mni   lli-rllii  to  Cllll-ll'!!'.  T.o\e nt'Voi lin-dfi more iliitii fire  jeurrf, Kii;,'.-'. :. lad>- who :ip|).nrs lo  liiivi: devoied .sonic i-lnd.v lo lho Hlii;-  Joel, Ci'i'liapH it Iriii'l n,t bad a  would liavo u.-i bolleve 'll. lo lie,  mny  liuvo nol   her information  nlio  Sho  mm'  Al. I.i'-,'!������i l.liem Is p. 'Ht'liooUiIrl' 1'i/jed  iievenly. Slie It n widow, Mine, i.iri,-  jiiiiiifi, and n!ie Iiiih jiiBt    _lJ.It-slit.il    n  ri'iliaie  of  idu/'lliii   In   an   clunmiiliiry  ,'ieliool by InkluK     ,'i'lzo.   Three yeni'flj \*;a tlooilwiii or Uo. Wolf TToppoi'  rt.i'.f) nlio I'O'ild lieillu.'!' l'l-ad uor wi'llo.i   ii'il-   d'-'lei'ii.liilii!'; llint nlio Would nuu-'-j    The imivel ]Hv;X In vliulicnl.i il,     A  1.0V   tllt'lio   ni(lllllij|ll���������-i   HIio   i.'liU'U.il   i.a i | jut.-   n.i.    1.    .���������     '���������:,;i;>i'.l   *li   Ull"   ronln,  liimie tin  .....   ;.'..;!   '    i''    lho    'ofill \i.,(, (in'reir i onl.'ol o1.';  '.11 nfiunlri lui:-;  Modernized Comparison  ���������The pen, l'onuu-kod the ready, maile  philosopher,   Is   mightier   than" thr.  f'.word,  Yes, replied "ilio man who writes ablo articles ou universal peace, but I'm  not sure that the typowltei.' is mlt.hl-  lor Hum Iho haltlealiip.  The BenlcjiHecl Parent:  f.illlo (llvl���������Why did your   luaruniii  Hiniuk you?  IloHton (!lilItl--IJecniiRo she in too  unti.Loi'od ami Ignorant l.o ilovlso a  moro liuiilei'ii rot'oi'inntory nudliod of  fllllllhilllielir.  Uses of Failure  I thank (lod tlui I. T was not made a  rloxfroh's inmiliiiiliiloi', I'or tlio most im-  portntii. of my illriecivtii'luri Ii.im: been  RiiKPflutrjil lo mo by 1'til I lire.  'Why do you f'oiillniinlly lell ino you  woro deliiliioil downlown on IuimIhohb?  I deiipiiie n lie,  Well,   I   conl lniiiilly   toll   you  your j  cook.ok In wood, rolorlctl the lniKbaiid.  Von iioceid Hint ono all rlftlil. onoiiBh.  A 5lini*lo anl Clicip Medicine.���������A  i-ilinple, elienp uml el't'eellvo modlclno  Id soiiiethlnp; lo bo ih red. There Ib  no medicine uu el'fee.llve a rof.ailu.tor  of th. tll'.cefitlvo n,vflf������in iim raniioleo'H  VoRfilalilo rillH. Tlicy nro Hlniple,  (hey aro (ilio.tp, they can be roI. any-  wlioi'c, nnd Uiolr bonoflidnl nol Ion will  prove ihoir rotJOiiinienihitlDii, Thoy tiro  1,1m  medicine of lho 'Poor man  nnd  those, who wlith lo C'.tK'llpO llOClOl'fl'  bills will do well In Klvini. thC'in it  I rliiI.  This Oven Test  Success on some baking- days  fan  be  expected   no . matter  what flour yon use.   But con-  aStant success is rarer.   It can  be assured in only one way.  The  miller  must  select  his " ���������  wheat by oven te.st. ' .���������..'   -    a;  So  from  each  shipment  of  wheat we take ten pounds as  a sample.   We*grind this into  flour.   Bread is baked from  the flour. ���������__  If thiB bread is high in quality, PURITy  large in quantity, we use,the        ^B *"*  shipment from wliich it came.      /  Otherwise we sell it.  Constant baking success comes, /  as a matter of courso from/  &&��������������� bea t'i n8" th is n a mc      /  /  41 More Brhd and Better Bread" and  '"Better* Pastrv/fc)o"        m  \/  FARMERS  ������ _,U!*toyB T1*"*8 *���������*"���������* ������' 0������ttlno the lilahoat prloei for WHEAT. OATi.  Sonrr_Vo^m,_LA'<1������,()y ���������'������������������PP'nn their oar lots to FORT WILLIa'm ANb  FOR.  ARTHUR and hnvlno them sold on commlsolon b-        "-������-,������"'������   ������"������  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS' A0ENT3   A���������_>p'!K������8 70t"703 V,, GRAIN  C XCHANQE, WINNIPEQ  I.ill liiiiiliiuj.' r, Vr'lin woii flic (Ivaiul  l'l'lx Ac Ufiiiu- I'm-  ww-iil  tnuHlii  Ihln  ,i;il'.  |H  the  Ill'Hl   Wnlllflll  V.t><> lull1. ('VO!'  I'iin-h'il tiff lliln ho. )���������, 'Abo in nlnf.-  iciii y ii i'n old, llir- kii ior- li'Jo nl. which  lif-r  I'm Ikt v.'i'ii  I Ik- jji'I/" whli'li chc  Inn', heon nW'.'iriliMl,  in;;,  1'' r.'Ui   i'i   l"'i  I'DiiMiniMl   li.'-    li'M-  l'.i   lll������-|    ,1      i'i'   .-I 'l.  lit.houl,  An I'M-ciiUvo t'l'ilci' iiliolihlilnn roller  towi'ln in mivt'i'iuiKiiii, IjiiIMIiikh ciin-  v.'vi> lu-v.' Iilf'uti fiiiici'iTliiK tlw luxury  lllfll     iH    ,a|IIJI|H)-l'l|     IU     |Tl,'.,tU     ill     ... ,,/'  crittiK'iit . ..'i'vli'i.'.  A i:li!cii!;i������'Klrl vvhi^c lji|������l)l(>fl>i It  in j,Inn llw dm Il'lr v, Irliij. of lhnii-  Hiiuilti ot IIihIiIui:   Hi'-Aiiri   lliroiiwluiiil  li,"u*-n vindli'iiH'  iloiUiniiiloii.  I ll,    iii'"  iMi'Mi. a  lin  hur  11(1' Vfif'iil Iviiln-! Uio ciiillliry hi I'T.i.i Ni'tllc Mt-ium, wlm  lltlil  I'm!'.'  i  Iri  ur ji."������������������ iind inli'ii-  lllluiil,: v.iuii ii ciinlliiu * in hU fin  jui'li t  (li'aSl-lli1  Hi'1 iiit()i'iia">'   ���������.;riu1i'iil'i'  .    '���������  ' ili.ii    I l.i.li   ,.i|MM|il  i ���������     *  Xi-w Yurlf 1-s btnu" '!-: or lwvliin )H'()-  iliici ". i ." hlKii^Bl , .'il: hi 'hi' world.  No; Ji iliicM.'t coiilnlii nil uljilinhi'Lldiil  ll'.ii, nt' Ni'\v Vdiia nUii'i'linldi-i'"., wiih nu  lli'iii!",i.'il ,iiiiUiiiii.iu i.' llw* ih.'hl ul ilio  clly.  liu-,  Mi. '''  ,.1'in  I, n-;  ��������� I nn  lai'r.ii  i'i >r  .1 ..ii,  tl;. I'n"i' ym  Hi"   liijc .'Jfli u liioui.ii.  'N'nw   Ili.ii   >:���������������  man;,   wtuiini  K.iinli r-i-nil'iiiviM. Mii;'!i' f'tir'*lil, uu* Am-n- msi1 IMn,- I:., li'.ial a/jn. i  jii'i'f.- ���������������: Th"  ''"hnla"^. ul'  WurwirU,   Miin  Wlii'������ilt-r( ior iiiDiii-y wltt'-wvcr ilu-y v,.,iil. ii. |( Ik  "iriiiia^'i'iiiii'i'il Vml  |. j Va'ilin;,-,   Fluv. iu-f-     Mn'Yi      K'lir-.i'.lcy.l no nuu'i' limn mil urn I linu thu Hi'uniir.  iiii.-lii^.-.'.     rri'ili.ilil-a i*'1''1'!*  .Mi'Ci'ov.'.m  (.'ool;i',  Mi'ri.   Hobo\([ Ac-i'Ui'A l������u' wtiiiu'ii'.  AYfrA ulii'iihl In  1 r-ii I'" iinui"ill!i;������'iv  Iii' Il all'   .uuu.u..  Ci  ll'a', nn idnlu nil wn old fiiHliIoiioil flcUllo  'I'lllll.  II   t.ll'1   ill   IHU   I'UI'.'i   HI    li-'-   ..liaM..  fahu  ������..iii   iu.il'     ,-   m:i"  1'1'iy   rfpoiul  llddlu  ft  Hllfl   lUlUWK   llCKV   Id     lin 11(1  iK'litl,  Shu'.-! Iliu  liWlUiwl  liiiililf'u  'l nili, un i   is it.-, !������������������������ t ���������������������������  lior lips nro ii 'uzv,  And hur loi.f.u. Ih iti1 lliori.,  An Alarming Till.  llr,  liouivi ii story  niu i'i,  iM'iku iMu-liborod���������-I wIMi * know it  TTio    other nrjrlit' T  ml aitvo mo Bitch it  A ..iinmiillli in Hi-nyiJL'/ii luu. invonl,-  ml ii, rovolvcr thai; elioolu sev.ii timo'.  in a flccoiul.  Whoi. you Ioro your umbrolln, con-  nolo yoursolC with tl.o thought; thnt.  HOinoono lo jniUliif; hy aoniollilnp,' Colli rainy dny.  AuihorUlcB .".f, Uio Unlvoi'Hlty ot. Wif*  i.uii.lu  I.nVO      Vov'M(Mi*ti      Vlin    fiunor  (liuifnn, nn havo Ilio hoUor hotolH in  New Vorlc clly. TIioho cru liiniuj ji  rot.iinilii(y .".'iiulty.  '  (lli'.niio���������Ynu wiii'l hnvo heon u\viui''  oV mv Inloiilloim ln.'i'm'f UiIh, MIhh (ioi-  Mil. '  ('luiiillc   dli  ye*, i wuh pi'iM'iii't'il lor  V/   il. U   J.O  Vim M'yt'l,' uud dUii-i'  c\ciy Tir-r.i:,  V.I'll   li Ill/Mil  ';v:i-.'.l:'ii'.  vo-l fftiuW. ]'.ot'!-,i'li'  nuiKo* ilu������ worm,  n  TIi(' ninllsicH ciiiitu' mi- Kroiii Hurpiliii',  Hiich clotlips 'ihf-y millio Uio it'diiU'ii  wt'iir. i  I wonder If iLoy r   il/o  Tli.i! wiuiui' Uuu' will .'.inn Ins horo.  Th;. I  " J!w  )io>t'  Ar]'{!i''l>!ift:)i.-!.  i     WJuir lia.i  intrv wh- '������'> oil   \ i ,.r   a,l  i  llCI'lJIIU' I'I'  111" (lill  J.J, Ilii1/!-  I  ",'>!!,J .  Tlll'lafV  I',l1)lll..(*.-I  I'll III Kuia'iiic is mic- n[ Wlif  |OK ���������������������������  Kfi'orlit lo supprf-.H fho AfrlenTi can.  lillmliBllo orffiinlzatlon luiown ii!) Ilio  r."rap'iril  nnrlptv'  wnlliil  jirohflhly  1 A French Comedy  i Wliun John Itudynrd wuh biu'.dlnfi  hln funiouB woodou Uddyntono light-  Iioiiho ho wna much linrnBsod hy tlio  doprodiilioiiH oC Pronoh prlviUeom,  Thim on ono niomornblo dny nil hia  mon woro mirprJood whllo nt wovlt  rind homo ofl ln triumph to Frnnoo  ok prlnoiioro oi! wnr, tho emptors think*  Inii; I.hcy hnd dono Bomothinfj very  nmiirl, Iiul Loula XIV did not m>  provo nt till nnd promptly ordored lho  tn on'n rolotuio, Tholr work, ho said,  Ib for tho bonoflt, of nil nations. I  am ut wur with England, not \vlUi  luimnnlty,  ViumUonfl aro iiniially talcoti during  tlio ilHhiiiK HojiHoii, 'ihi., iu-a-t ).,._ be-  Cijiii.,' fn* H'a'll l.'iioVn "rn the fl������h that,  llioy ufliuilly . au Uu' ��������� own vitcntlonu  fi.coi'dlusly.   ,,  moro iniofio.Hl'iil U' tho hi������>tn wore  movod with an ax.  Tho Unitod Slnlf'B Ih IIIUiir up so  ba i r.'ipldly with IninilKrimlB that it will  Tlu. ilbicovory oC dlc'tojihonoa in  lhe CIiIciiro city hull need not. dliilurh  th,. ofllolnlo, PrMjubly nomo ono ln  Jit.l-. KOttlui. u rfnord of tho procood-  iiu'.n fiir vi.uilt'villo pui'iioac.".  i'C' t',oon bo irnjioHbiinu ui inui i:uii^i, \av*  can. Bpaco to accon.mot|nto tho injlo*  mobile l'aoou,  Tlio onipl'y licnrt.  llPllVlOHt.  -aomc'Viti.on tho  Tiio WiComl banlii'iipl'W nf n will  known and onco popular i.l.Oit ri>,s-  linirnnt In tlio wliito HkIH realon lostl-  JlDfj iinow lo tho pj.Y(*rbI:tl IIi'IiIohohh  of New Voi-k't. if tor tliealr- nppotlto,  Thorn nro b,t;, ai   lill/iV.  sa'^.i',,-.!-;   '���������'> I'1-- '���������"���������"| "������������������ "'  "I f    '.ill  Try Murine  Eyo RcmcA  K you have Red, Weak, W.iK-rv V'.'j-.s  or Grnnulalcil KyoHd..   Doer/n't'S,i"iait  ���������Soothon. J2yo l'aln.   DruKRlmji (������.ll;  Miirin* Eye Hemedy, LlquM, '.So, Sdc, |  ^iiitlna nye aSalvc in ArepUc Tube.,  i,'S.,  50c,    1Zvci J'.ooltM Frrn hy MolU'f  ������r Va  ��������������������������������� 'anl u**t n*n  J  tm  ���������'Aa  ���������ii '������.���������  ������*  *\    ,       ,   v\  i     * ��������� *  i  *���������������* r^.���������r-^ir.^^_r^ -i-Mi* *>a���������������iM^^-^^v'^i*.  '*'tr-o." v   . ';*.a., ���������..<*������������������  YfV  THE NEWS. CTOh.ET.I.AIvTD/B. C.  if  The Arniy of  Is Growing Smaller Eyeiry Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS ate  responsible���������they not  only give relief-  they permanent'  cure Constipation.   Mil-  lions use ���������  them for..  -.Views-, . , __ __  ness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,  ' Genuine must bear Signature"  CLARK'S  .*-J7  t  V  Soup problems solved,*  Clat_ does tlie worry-  lug nud tlie wort���������  Rnd assures satisfaction, '  Order aa assoTtmeut,  6  .mmmmmmTmA  ^___S4������A������������-__  i}lftTEAO  U brahd  **%  YyitiiS'  .sou pa.  Book Tret,     A. si-japl.  Home   tr.atme.t removes  lump from Out lady's l,r_n���������i  Old sores,  ul____   ������ai_  (������rof.'lli.n cured.    DaLCi'll).  -v. will scac. book effl toatinioatxl-.,  l'H_ CANADA CaNCER INSTITUTE, itiMiTiD  -10 CHUHCIDU- >.V2������.. TORONTO  (TOai' iroiibb,  PATENT SOLICITOR ANO ATrORNEY  LUMSDEN   Bt-Da..(c"?'Y'JSy!."} TORONTO,  \WKITE FOR TERMS. .       At.3713.  xzszaxtx&zsna&xsa&Knacm  'RESTlHrHMTFTllOTKEr. AND effllB.  Mas. Winslow's JSooTniNa-vSv-ar? lias- 1_e_i_  SSi-ii for oves SIX"!*:-' i'.iJAR.-, by MIT.CIONS oS?  MOTilEKS ioi tlieir t:nn,D_>.'.���������,'.. \VHJI,H!  '.'IJKTIIING -Witli I'EiM'flvCT SUCCF.Sri. It  SOOTHES ihe CHIi.n SOl'TRNti llir OUMS,  AlVaVsat! TAIN , CTHIKS Wi".**]* COX.IC, nncl  Ui the best remedy \oi .01AllKlia::\. IL ii absolutely harr.ile??. Be sure- and ,-isk ici 'i'.Iw.  \Vi_dow's Soothing Syntp," and iciJiC ziootl'tri  kind.   '1'-weuty-live cwit.-i a bottle.  ___.  &  WATERPROOF COLLAR- AND. CUFr.3  Something, belter than linen ,a'm'l blpr  laundry bills. Wash it with'1 soap and  water," All Blore.s oi- direct. State style  ������iiul ,_lsso. Vdv, Hoc, ivc will Tiiall you,  THE  ARLINGTON   CO,   OF    CANADA,  .a A Limited ������������������     ''  ,  I   68 Frascr Avsnua, Toronto,  ontcrlo  FREE TO ALL SUFFERS.  Mr������ufnel'ouroi'SOKi-'^UNllowt^or'<���������,OTTllOl,ul^!l'���������  ������^���������,������Fl'���������n (rom r.niwKV, blaiidrk, mat-oiis diskajm,  0������iK0'i.,0\vsAi;wias_it5,ui.ctti;s,r,Ki;iia,nuP'noN8,i'ii,E'V  wrltn Inr my FIlfiK booli,  the nor,r iHsni.cri'/ll  llinlCAL BOOK BVKR WIIITTEN.ITTtl.I.S AM. ulwiu.'ChlH*  a*I8KA3ES OTd It.)  nV.U.MIKAIIi.F. CIJKKH K. . M.TEO IH  THR WBW FRENCH REMEDV, No. N.2. N.ft  iTHERAPIONtta%",������3  CK'i tha rftiii'iiy firvouK nv,tullon������ni..rian'ii������i*aH������t  AkKlutllrfRC-a Na'follmrup't-lrciil.iri. ��������������� LrCt.a.  HCO. CO, HAV-MICM RU, JJAUi'.I'.AU, LOUUOS.Illfe  j A'D'tU'S Vi'ANTKl) ��������� TiO ' AlWISTrO  , *-,oc>nKeii!al iit'edi'-woi'l; ut liomo; mnlm  frmii.lhruo tn flvo (loHai'H per dny cloi'.v-  ni\i\B mwhlim ,lo/i,s. Arinnuv Art i..'n,,  Wept,  ll., Urutlulbti-io J Hoc1.;, WluiiljacR',  Wanted Sarcanm  tiif,^'iinnti;wifr���������\ wi'ii'lfr wlial you  would hhvo 'dono U' ��������� ,> 11   .l'.tul   llvcrl  whon mon wore Aval compi'lloil In onm  .tholr bread by   tlio   .went   of   llidr  lll'0\,'fl. ,   ,  linloloiit. I[*j_biiii(i---1 lalioulil ltav<  Hlivrtod it lUUu iiyUor. .lui. ami w.ltl  diiindkcrelilefc.  iMaybf) till.oi* a whilo hoIi'IH'o will  upon .all l.ho inontlis wlili ii,n 'r' ninl wi*  enn luivi' i)orh- nml oyr-li.'i'H lho your  ryiiiul.    Won't. Mini ho nico,"  'I'liottMli JI. IVKOUil Mill siieoaijHfully  lni)|i tho loop In (he nlr, tlioiv,' aro call-  oi'H who rom. to /.rlol' by /-,'olUni-' off n  Kli'iii't cur biic'.TWiii'il.  (lit; Uf llndoi'H ar.'1 now iikkIo uuo *.  by Hie Unlicil Hi tit t-s fun-stein in in-  oiit.lni; .ui-enl. fli'ai:,  Silvfr Ih of letfiJ vnluo Hum gnbl,  Ruld lluiii vli'iiu'i  Didn't Wait fcr Thanl, You  John Ball, the scene painter, tells a  slory of an occasion when be 'delivered some scenery for an entertainment  ih a lunatic asylum. He was watching  bis men getting the stuff in when it  was. beginning to. vain. A big  man with a pleasant, smile appeared  and. offered to help.'. 'They got oa  famously. ' Mr. Bull and his volunteer  vere. just setting down tho last load  when an attendant arrived, caught the  big;��������� man a tremendous , blow on the  side of the head and sent him sprawling on bis '.bade. Mr.. Bull was  speechless with indignation ai lliis'at-  taclc, but the victim got up/ smiling  moro Ahan ever, and walked .juvay.  You can thank youi' st:u;s l'vo been  watching you, tho attc-Tulant explained, i suppose when yon had the last  lot in you'd have naij..'Thank you.'  Well, that's this fellow's 'trouble, sir,  Lho moment you say 'Thank''you' to  him he'll wring your acc.la.   .  Placing tlie Goat  An anecdote of president .Hayes, is  told b.v an ''Englishman who formed  one oi!a _uirty of his 'compatriots  while "thp president and.-his* family  wero at Clark's ranch, near' Yrisemite.  Tho two parties- wero assembled in (he  rudo kitchen awaking." tho' coining  meal. A certain stiffness ��������� prevailed  at Ilrst. At" hat a master of eer-S-  monies and introducer appeared, in the  shape of a small and elegant ciuadru-  pod, 'ovidontly a family- pot, .which  trotted' into tho kitchen to be caressed. -A. lady of the liluglisU parry gently stroked its stem, .the president its  stern. (, Frcser.tly they" mot, , about  the center of tho animal, and the interchange of a-few remarks became  inevitable. This'.is a very pretty goat,  from. The English lady My end ir: an-  ifclopo, madam, from ih. president. It  need .scarcely' beAsr.id thai both ends  were antelope; but tho reply was very  ileal.,,   '   '' '    '      -*���������*>.  ���������Trees .- nd the Soil' ���������  , The soil is a resource* of priceless  value. lis formation on rocks' is*,exceedingly slow. According to Professor .17 Bowman, 'many glacial scratches that were made ou rock during the  last glacial period, between 00,000 and  75.00.������, years ago, are still fresh as if  ihey had been made only yesterday.  Yet-sinco the glaciers thus recorded  lhcm._elvo3,nnin bas eome-'Up from the  cave and the; stono -hammer. Seventy  thousand years is'a'.^vory .short .time  for the -development of n- soil coyer.  For maivit mentis A period "so-1 great  Uiat the- iiiind can hardly grasp it,'  The cutting off of the .tree- exposes  the sdil' so that.lli -rain beats upon  it, and siiice.it has lost tho .protection"  that'the "roots'and tho lit! or, on-'the  ground afforded tho'-" soil ' is soon  \yash.6d away., in fifty years [."single  lumber merchant.- cau deprive thn  '1 ace of soil i.iut roqiiirfld 10 000 years  l(.'f'.l':ti  0,  Canned" Mi.sic in Scotia  , I_a)*ly' in -too  Forfarshire'lad v,  room corridor of  matin orgau. Tt'  morning to w">'U  strains!   ..Flu.-it  last century an ��������� old  installed '��������������� the becl-  ' ber castle an auto-  was, her delight of, a  lior gnosis.with ils  was.not the "delight  of one of them, Miss Sophia .Tohnstono  of 'flillon; to be,so a wakened,,'and she  said sc, ( ���������   '     ,  ��������� -a  -  "Yo dinna'like the nuiyi " Yo should-  na.,&ay that, Sophy,'said tho hostess.  Yo'i; no' win to heaven, an' ye dinna  take pleasure In iiniaia. ' "lA'Ao bo all  music there, yo know.     * ���������������"' ���������  <  Deed, said the Incorrigible one,'an'  it' heaven's a placo wl' aald wives  playln' on, hand o'-g;.- . a'r (...o'clock  In the niovnliV it's ao-llu,'placo T rake  II for, npr yel, the placo 1-wmil lo be  in, '      ,   '  ' Handul in D'-iblln  Ti'iqi'p-wns a period of his life- In  which Handel, the famcm-i composer,  retired from, London in ft IH 01Vdisgust, ' Ho Vent tn Dul'lin, uud it was  there���������In the' Onblfn Music hull Hmt  his .vretit niiis'terplojc-.; 'The Mossiah,'  wus 'produced, 'The'' poriorinnn.i.,'  wriiou 1). A, ::hart, wiui for lho benefit of, "Alorcer'.i ho:.pluil,��������� Iu 'order to  ui'ovldo room for a luri'o nudlonoe ladles wotv .oquftwled lo lay aside Uiolr  ,hoop;i and gonllonji-.n tholr swords, Ily  this 11101111H 1111 iiiidlenco nf 700 svaw  crowded Into Ilio space, nnd tho eon-  eerl i-eaK/.gd $2," 00,  , ��������� Stur-j  My pet, embiirtT.SHiiK'iil, was when 1  learinul Unit Uio girl I worn nround  Iwllli a llUlo, but did uot love, wns engaged. To give her the iniproissltm  Ihnl I was wiihUii;. hor Hnio 1 wont  over und' propO'ied. My oiubiii'i'iini-  mi'iii: nm bo onslly linuglnnd when nho  aoeeptud nio,  I'ltrihlou i'oi'<n'iH Kay Uuu Hkhi (Ighl  taiili't wlll be worn by nion the conilne  Koipion, nud Uml. Is rlghi whoro more  man is going lo gel. even wllh Ihu  hobble HUli't.  GQc. n box or ulx h xc.s for ^2.00,  nt -ill dealer., or Tho Dodds Medicine Company! Limited. Toronto,  .cSmcta.  VV. fl,  J. 9-0  hi il. fruit (hut both your Ini.lminl  und Ilio iiiuii who Ih'vH nosl. diior In  you havo I'ullod 11 buuliiess','  Vim, bul NoiI'h I'nlliir.) Isn't nonrly  no bud nt Mr, N'uylior's Uo fulled I'm  oil coiu.H on tlio dollar, whllo iny Iiiih-  band fulled fn.' mily 10 conlii on tin-  dolhii'.  You Keelii v_.y unu-h |ni|i|-f>-ifii>il by  till tltoHo (ixpliinu 'onu J have boon giving you about hiiuUing nud currency.  Y;*, (.luii'li.'.v. dmii', replied Miv,  J'tu i.in.a. I, tieeiiiiai jierioeily Wiiiider-  V������\ i'vit '.in.-al.oi!;.- mi:'! !..,">ii ,1- n.ii-ii  un you do alimtl. moiuiy wllhoni having  nny.  Tb������ Spoeclcr'c Excu������������  1 iilo;. a wild Dyed inolorbu,  V-, hvi iii-o\o nr II'I,.ill fill Hpi oil,  lllu Imlr W'liri nfi'o.uiilng la the wind,  ]',:< wriH 11 slglu Indetid,  I eiilli.d nud nskod hlni in evpluln  Tlin ri-'iiHiin fir. bin lnmlo,  He ticlil:   My gamilliio is low,  So ilu'.'i ha';,   f 10 v.-.t.-'",  ll' I rlliolllil j i"   !'"il.'il.'!t- .i'i  My Journey, you iiiihi, oa 11.  My I'ui'l would till bo lined up  llt'toi'ai 1 g'H to low:;,  HOW TO CURE  MORSE JHSTEMPER  An   Experienced "Horseman   Solemnly  Declares No;i-.i."._, is so ontisfac-   ���������.  tory as Nerviline  Says Nerviline Is Fine   Liniment  "After fifty ��������� ears' cxpeiiciice in  raising horse. I can ;..ifely testify that  no remedy givca SIU.), o-cfJ|| i-sljuitsTor  ,r- all-round stable llnlvtu-it ns Nor\il-  Ine,''- TiulK or--_i.At.io very earnest  letter of J. ,1. l_.ansi.on,' who lives  uearWcllinglon. "I ���������ad a very valuable horso, thai. tool'. dUtempe'r a  mont.1 ago, and was a 1 raid 1 was solus lo loio, him. ' Uis thro.it swelled"  and hanriuinps developed. His nostrils,ran and ho had a terrible cough.,  -I tried diiToreul remedies, but was un'-'  ablo to relieve my horso of his pain  and '.uffering' till I h'tartod 1.0 use--Nerviline. Imixod a bottlo of' Xerviliae  and sweet,oil and -.uhbed die mixture  on the liironl and chest throe time,  a day, and you would .carcoly believe  tho way that horse piched up. Xerviliae, cured liim. I also have used  .N'orvifinoTor colic iu horse;' aud cow.s,  and earixsUy reconimend it to every  man that is raisin.: stock."  Fur strains, sprajns. awellins?. colic, distenipev, couylas, and colds, no  liniment will prove .0 ffficacious in the  stable as "iVorvilino"���������it's good i'or  man r beast, for in tenia I'o:* external  uso. . Wherever thoro ir. pain, Nerv-  ili-no will cur. it Not'use subsUfutes.  Larpo sizo'boulop,, !)0c; trial si'/.e, 2."e,,  at all dealers, or tbe Oalarrhozono Co.,  Buffalo. IV.V.. and Kingston,"Onr..  A Way "Some Havo  Yoa love her? *   '  Yes, 1 Jove her.  And.  y.^,1  are not  soing  to  marry)  OEADLY   r-AVAL' FIRING  nnd  ;- iio, mi. .'I'ei"-' brcujiht  Ha-.'.* U.Vai whalevor I  uv-: be good for me.  me up  wanted  to be-  would  An Irish -.iri. fresh f.-oni the coun-  1 iy, wa?.. .mployvd hy an Eriallsl, mi'>  iress as maid. - Thoy wore about re-  Uriiis1, for the nisht -wlim sho'explained li> ���������UrhlBol:  Vve yeiieraliy have vealafast about  aS o'clock.       ' ,  J'riilscr.- lookiuK'at' nii^lrcss in an  ainiiKinif way., with eanalesciclt turn-  id >i'doway. ia haml, dreppij,:. oh the  eurpet, said: ���������     -.  All riuKt, iil I'm noi'tljwn don't wu'n.  ���������  ������ Red Flannel ' , ' ���������  lied llannel ��������� as a, cure for rheumatism ,has many"adherents. No'doubt  the, flannel keeps warm and'protects  tlie stiff.joint a'n'd ire muscles,, but  as far as the color goes any other in  Uie' spectrum- woffld bo fully; as effective , 1_H-g many of "our bo., and girl  superstitions, tho notion bas become  so deeply grounded as'to havo an undoubtedly favorable mental effect. Perish "iho iconoclast -who would destroy  ill    -A,       ' =       - '    ���������>'  Ho-'was"a lae'mher of "the Peach so-  ololy. and he. came across two youths  iira Dubli.i .back si-roer righting. Accordingly he , pushed t through the  e.rowu unit persuaded tlie' combulants  lo "desist.  , ,  1 Lot mo beg of you, my goo'l fellow's,  to "settle'you. dispulo hy arbitration.  lOach of" yoii'.. choose half a doKoa  friends' to arbitrate. " <,' , .a-  ������. Hurrah!', yelled the c'fow '. Do "as  lho iKatnllomau says, boys." ;    -.'  llnvjng, seen'Uio arbitrators selected to "the satisfaction of both sides,  Hid raan-of peach went on his way, rejoicing iii the thought of h:..-ing once  a&ain prevailed upon brute -force 1.0  yield (0 j.eacofi.1 argumeui. Half'an  hour' later, he r6lurn.d that way and  was horriiied to iind Ibo wholo .street  fighting, while in -the distance .police  wbislies ciiiid bo.bo.i"d blowing and  police rushing lo ihe' irjot from all  quarters.   '���������       ,   .-  Iiood gracious! Whe.t's' the matter  now? asked tho peacemakoi* of an onlooker. ���������_ ,y ���������    :  . '  Shuro. sorr, was-tho reply,'the ar-,  bitralors arp atawqric.  Balterecl Battleship Turns Turtle  Disappears i i Channel  The old ,b:ittlesh:p, Empress of India, which was the t'a.-gec of the finest  gunnery iu ih, Urii.sii Wavy was sunk  iu t&o chaunt.'l off I'orrland,.alter being praelically knocked to pieces by  the tremendous as: unit. The intention was to. make a torpedo assault ou  the vessel, but after the 'attacks of  (he iinest liriug'ships iu the Ilrst (hreo  .battlo squadron, which vere witnessed by Mr. Ciuu-diii: r.nd other admiralty lords, the Einprcs. of lud'a fumed turtle and  disappeared.   '  The lir.t onslaughts we.vo made by  individual ships, w* ich severely peppered iho turgor, with iheir smaller  weapons. Thou tiio l.-ine.h gnu.,  were used, and finally tho"_;.... inch  guns were fired at rang, of over S  miles. When the squadron lirhig by  the second bafrle stiiiadron took place  lhe Knipress of fudia shov.ed signs of  doom. Flames buist'out, and a pause  was made in the boinbardment. while  fugs pumped water on to the burning  ship. "Holes like lock gates wero  made iir the sido of the chip, and as  each shell struck her she heeled over  to n considerable angle. It was after  tiie return of the licet u������ rortlaud that  she sank, .  WHY KEEP OH COUGHING?  Here Is A Hemedy Thai Will Stop .1  adajn'cr  111   &  .���������,, Obion,1 .Hous.-, ���������  ������������  . "Snuare nad oblong houses are^cheaper lo build' than Oodd "shaped "structures. Thq oblong ' house ic. cheaper  than, the souai'c. '.rimbers* "come, in  certain .lengths, and the.houso that is'  long and narrow' take's less timber  than- one '..llw. is" r.quarc���������that" is to  say,' the materiaT cuts "to" better advantage in .lho oblong house than in  the sc'iiare liouse; also-less labor its'i'involved, in lhe makir.n.      '., ' ���������  -On one,occasion a treat friend,'tho  Hev. Joseph Twitchell. sauntered over  lo Mark Twain's' liouse ' and - said:;  Mark/ come and tako a walk .wilh'ine".  Oh,, no,', joe; [haven't lime, .aaicl the  great humorist: .Well, now, was tho  reply, you come' to "bear 1110 "preach  every Sunday and you say you'believe  what-T read .out of the Bible,is true.  1*ififfi if I could prove to you, from'..he  Biblo, that;you ought to co walking  with-onio, woul:l you ' go?0 Yes,, of  course, :o���������i._ Mr. Twaih;-jbut it-isn't  there. Yes, ,ii,bf; said the minister;  for the JJ.'bio Nays: - And whosoever  shall compel thee to-go' a, mile, go  with ,him twain.- ' And'Mark went.  When .'Jones called on the .Browns  with, an important message last'night  he 'had no umbrellas li was raining  piti-hforks and he was'-soakod to the  .sJdft,     ",'r--'   " ���������    ' '���������-���������-���������  T was cui'od".o[ torrible lunihag'o by  Ml.VARD.'S  LiXIMIOXT.        ���������     "���������  '. A   /������������������ ;l .7HEV1 WM. J3ROWX.  I-wa's curod.bf.a'bad ause "f earache  bv. MINAUD'B��������� LINIMENT. -   ,-������������������.  ������������������ ; - ��������� MRS.S. KAUTiliACK. ,  , 1 was cured of sensitive lungs by  MfNA'CrVS Ll^IM;a.NTT. '   ������������������  .   . . MItH, S. MAST1.I.S,  When the stood had nobly .pod ntni  And lhe stableman had fad hlni.  To fho drinking trough he led him,   '  But ho coaxed to no avail.  For tlio horse replied -with  hauteur,  You'may, lead mo-10 fho water,   '  Bul to mak'o mo drink'you���������oui.l.i'C!' .'  liavo an individual pail,  Say, mlalo!', where do you livo? Inquired 'lho siuiill .hroUier of tho lady  upon whom Mr. '.Hlunk,, bad .called to  pay hts weekly ���������al'lonUoiv.-t. '  ��������� At; '1.(1 Grand avenue, ropliod  younj. man.     Why do you'imk?  Oh, woll, said lho youug hopeful  slslor id wrong thou, 'cause she  pa look you up In Briulslrcnt.  the  big  bad  f*. he bmiKht a handsome cookbook, uud  nlio wept,  Becauso she henrd    her   rhoitf.litlo.-irf  hiisbnnd nny  Thai. In fho library It should bo kepi.  And  front  tho. kitchen  Imnlftlioil   fnr  ��������� awii>-,  Time Has Tostod It.���������Di*. Thniriiii.'  I'.eloclrli: Oil h:i.s Ik on on thu miirkoi.  iipwui'dfi nl! I hi ri y 11 ru und In Unit  lime ll liiiia pinvoil e bltMdlnn lo U1011-  HiindH. it Is lu high f.ivui' ilu'tuinhoul  ('aiiiKln mul lis oxoi'lloneo has ctirrloil  lis i'ii mo beyond the t-:ons. It bus no  t'lliiiil lu tin' whul'i list of lliiiinoiilH. If  il wore double tlio pi'leo |i wuiihl ho 11  dump lliilinoul.  IU' saiulwlolilii,!. Jii.lloltuii; hunger  HtrlltOH U'iIwooii i'i',",iiliir living' Uio mil-  Irani uiii'i'racelioM art' ruduidii/v ihn uohi  til' living  id ��������� ihi-  ilm',-i   piiliu  yi t  ui-  lltllK'll.     ,  A (Ireek h< ooiiHiriii'llug' III Paris -  btitllo tiliii|.'edi- votaiiol wiaiK'! design  was rovenli'.il lo inn. In a dream nnd  in which he oxpoun lo or.v.u the At-  liiilflti Id Now Voi'l,-, All he noed.*i .11  do In Ui liavu uuii'ilii'-i' di'i'u' ������������������ nnd Hml  !".iii.ii'h' 0,1 lli'iiailwuy.  Kianoo now Iiiih 1111 iit-rinl pmii. but  .a,,,,!..,   k,tu,  ouniio  aiuav.i-i..   to  Uioir  I l.alto'l" il<-ubtb>'.;  will ivi!'!,. ,,   ; ��������� ,-   ,'laJ  i II10111 liy l'lilli'iuid li'iiln.  Whal  l.-t an opilniiHi, pa.'  Au  oiii.liuUi   Ui  <a   poi'i-'u'.i   wli.i onu  >'oi>  Uie  idlvoj-  lining  boi'.n'    In-  'A< I-'  af.l    I i,\-   I  ItJIlll.  A Now York jiiiUu lias ollieinily ile-  eluroi! t'nat throo iirluku a, day do not.  give a ohaulVeiir a ropulu'tlou uu* inebriety, And yut Hi i-i iy ilr'itU n day  Liken liwolhei'liavo boon Kiio.m, Id do  a Ioi. of tr,* rle I'lilnol'b f  Ma- Br-33 re vfrr^*."trrTyTTi7att"iTcOT  and-hospitable. , "  ������. 1 couldii't dream of lotl'.ng yoii -go  away like that! she cried. ' You must  come in and go! dry -n- 'have some  supper..  -��������� '  Novdi, demurred :ohds. I am soaked through, and couldn't get dry. And  I couldn't oil down at' yoifr table in  (.hose clothes,, ',   ���������     ' '  But Mr. Brown will 'end you a suit,  Wouldn't- do-     I'm ttwico :as bis as  Brown.     , ,   "7  '   Well, ho'll.lond you, two suits," He  has u-plehty���������como in.  ��������� garden  her son  "tlio gar*  cried,  A woman going down   the  wallc was horriiied' a' seeing  anding 011. his liynd ngainst  don wall.,   " n  'aloliiinln, yoji bud hoy I  -tlu  whal. nro you'   >ing now'.'   ,   ..    ���������   ,  ���������Standing' on my head, roplkd .fohn-  nie. Dld'a.'t yer tell me lo play at-  I'lUiimuf Uiui wouldu'r, wear mv booi:>  out?  Optlrnitftfi ai'6' right, proyuled- thoy  "li ro'not iinroastming un';'' excessive,  said 11 fusion louder nt 11 fuHioif luncheon In X'ow York,  The oiillnilsn. r.f our oppononU, be  wont on, reminds m. of HmUh, A  driii.H'hi(, mild lo iSinilh one night 111'  iho lodge: '    '  There's 11 movement on Coo; to make  drugu cheaper.  Good! stiiil 'tfmlUi. C.ood! Thai, will  bring Mleknofiu wllhli lhe roaeh of  all!     ��������� ��������� ��������� ,  fleiiige, Lho h.-muii'ii son, wus rn-  i.'iiinllng' Ibo prowotiS of his grand  I'uUinr tn Iferberl, Ilio ivi'Idi1')) son,  who wan properly '.uipiva'.u! and ask'-  oil:  Vour gi'iiiiili'ii'ilu': on yoi;, fuiher's  or ninliiei-'s fii.',o','  Oh, he jjilel.'h uji I'm luiili ni' 'em,  t-uhl ileoi-g!'',  Imii'I Td'iioii'h iiKii'li!'- bailorli'.-i  gllili'oilig 1.110 olili'iiuee I.i) Now Vork  iiiirbui' luivi.' boon proved linnieiiHely  ol'i'eciivoi Tho mily way a foreign  foo can lilMido 'Now York lu to como  illugnlfiod ii:i ready money.  Book pit annul, suld lhe photographer, Tho 11III or 1'iibioil bin eyeu and  wuh n blckfiiluj.', uiiiirk, Yi,ui' heiid  Juki n llliln niorn 10'iho rlghl, please,  siigti'osled the voice from Un> tiliroild.  N\>, ilon'l movi^ l.ho eye.. ],\ko ihe  mini suiVi'.'1'in;; from a miiv neck or nn  KlfiVI Tower collar, iln> siller I Iliad  his bond gingerly till it ivtichod Un-  dosirod iinglc, and h" romiiiibli'tl a dying- Huh Irylii.e: no! 10 inlml. Tlwil'ti  vm-y nice, indeed, tin Id lho plioiiiariiph-  ll'. WIllV     hll'.I     llllal'a-*   Willi,>    I    lav.)'   '    tl".  fi:;puniiro. Uo retiiovod the eiip ns lm  .....Ai- ���������i.ti a.a 11 h 1,..��������� 1 ( tint a )iiinute ami  ibreo iiiuii [tut'-. Thank you, ho obnen ���������  nd.    You can fid  up.    I'm afraid yoa  SPARKliNG EYES   ���������.'<  AKDJUBY LIPS  The BirthrighUf Every Girl With  Rich, Red Blood  The sad eye that goes with blorid-  le'ssnessa is a sure ������si;;,'iiof misery aind  weakness, Anaemic���������-tliat- is bloodless  ���������8'ii'ls.and,women have' dull- heavy  eyes with tdark lines, underneath. The  eyelid is pulled down, looks.,pale and  bloodshot inside. This is not all.A\nae-  ,mia works havoc all th_ou_-.li. the system; 'yirls grow painfully ,weak and  l-irrltab'le; lliey "are breathless and incapable of much exertion', while older  woniei. who are anaenjje Qoinplaiu of  b.eing "never really well."' J  , There is only one-way to brighlcr,  bet'.er health for pale, pining girls and  women. .Thai way is' to invigorate  the' body with new blood���������-^ihe- rich,  healthy blood that imparts" strength,  cleanses the system ,of all .impurities,  and .restores tho^brisht eyes'and red  lips of perfect health. Thousands'"of  girls, and womjjn know,tbot,l)r, Williams Pink Pills for. Pule Peoplo make  this new, rich, rod blood, and so restore health and strong fa more surely  than any ��������� other medicino. known.  There would not bo an anaemic woman or gh'l'in the luiu! if those suffqr-  ingfrom this o.onditJni)-WQiil.i1_ai3_uI)g-  Wiiliams' Pink' Pills a .fair.trial." That  is .why, so many, recommend theso pills  |.,lo tlieir suffering sisters. Mrs.' It. TJ.  Keith, St-ecves Settlement, ''N.B.,. says:  ���������"Ac the age of 111 iny daughter' Sadie began I'o .complain of constant'headaches, and did not havo her usual  __ood appetite." I. wont to a doctor  and got some---ledieino, but it did not  help, her, and finally sho. had to discontinue f.'oihg to school She seomod  to bo growing weaker-every day and  wauled to lie down a'l the time, and  would continually'' complain' of being  tired. Tho doctor 'iwe ba: another  bottlo oC medicine, but with no better  results. , There was not a bit of color  in lier face* or lips, and f was afrr'"'1  Sho was going into a decline. 'A friend  ! wbo was In lo see her said t'i. she was  j my child I woiibl try ������������������Dr. Williams'  Pink' IMIk." and- r 'decided  I  would  j lake 'vhe advice., In a couple of weeks  wo.ilbnld seo a ilil'i'TOii^o, as hor eyes  looked ,brighter, nu.' she would try  to'cat' a little. Wl'ipn sho begun the  pills she could uot dies, herself nloue,  but little by Kftit.' ht>r strength ctmio  back milII she could' go for a walk,  She continued tho use of tho Pills  sovorul months wlili l.ho result that  she waa again .ili'oii.. i.ud noli 10. Thin  wus over two years ago, and,she bus  been 11 strong, healthy gii'l ever since,  Wo havo since used the. pills for olh or  piii'iK.-- it nnd Ibid the ���������' a good family  luodlf.l'i?."  ,,1.11' Williams' Pink Pills aro sold-by  all iiu'tlloliie dealers, or .vill bo. uent  by until 1.1, .Id eonhi n box or six boxes  for $.,r.!.i by wrlilug The Dr. WilliumA  MmHe.Ino i'o,, tl.'ocl.vllle, Ont,  Do you  realize  the  neglected cou;:,li? '  Then why don't yon g.t lid of it?  Yes, you can,shako st off, even tliotiijii.  il bas stuck to you fur u long lime, it  you ko. about U right.  Keep out iu the fresh air as much a���������)  you can, be.ikl up your st.a-tiglli with  ]>lc:tty of wholesome  food,  and   l,_k<_  Na-Dni;Con^yrujj of Ivhi������ecil, Licorice'  and Chlorodyne.  This 1 citable housclioul lemedy lias,  -broken up thouhamls of backing, persistent  cougl'.s,   which . p.-era   just  i.<  troubleronie ;>s yours, .".ml what it has  tlouc for so r.niiyo'.liers'il will <U> fair yon.  M:t-Dru-Co Syrup of l.iiisc.d. T.icoiicis  oin I Chlorodyne contains absolutely no  harmful tlnt^s, and so eau bt; jjiveu  .safely lo children, as well ns adult:-.  Vour physician or druggist can confirm  , this .sUtemetit, for wo arc ready to send  Ihem on request a comjilctc li.'t oi all  tlie ingredients.  Put up in 2,5c. and -ice. I.oltles by lhe.  National Drug and Chemical C<->. of?  Canada. Limited.  31?  No Use for Sympathy  A Yorkshireman s-.fi.er.n_. , from  toothache went to a dentist to havo  Uie aching tooth out. ������The dentist  took ."out the offending .ooth ami  was then aslctd to pull out Ike double  tooth next,to,it.  But that is a sound tooth, said lho  dentist. The pain is only symnath-  otic.  Yank it out, doctor. ��������� .'Jang sucb  sympathy. u  ���������   This is our thirteenth' t.uarrel. shiv  said and shivered as she looked into  the cold,, gray storm.  Perhaps we shall never have another, .alt.red her husband.  Oh,, I'm not in the least superstitious, protested the woman, with ra  ghastly affectation of gaycty,  Every careful and .obi rvain'mother  knows whon her child suffers 'fro-*,  worms. She also knows that if some  remedy be not speedily applied much  bann will result to lhe infant. .' The  best application that cap b? got ia  Miller's Worm Powders. They drive  worms frr.in the system and set up  stimulating and so.'-hing effects, so  that iho child's progress thereafter is  painless and satisfying.  Jennie, said lie,;believe it true���������  -__,,  I never lov'ed auyo gij'l but you, ..  Oh, Fred, she 'ans\vered, I'm sure of'  ���������_ tlliSl     -     ^ ' ��������� .     ,     '. . I _  You make such  work when' you try  "���������  10 kiss, a A   ��������� X.    ������������������  ���������-[-im*i_7l^nTrtt__r^iinouiTmT the prodigal.  ' Are you going to.kill the" fatted calfV ''       ��������� - X     .,    ���������    ,.  Not wiih veal at 10 cents a pound, ���������  answered the old man.-,-   Maria, open  a can of corned beef.  T know a man who call .supply, af*  finilies at shout notice., -    ,  Who is He?      , .   - .   '     ,  'My''_hooniako_, ' lie .rinkos a business of giving sole nitres.       \. " -  ,\ ,  Minard's Liniment   Curzr.   Garget   In  Cows  The' Brave Butterfly  ���������ff-.'i'f! is an unorthodox _lor; of Kinf.  .Solomon; Ono day a butter'/ly sat on  tho king's lemplo and boasted to bin  wifo: lf 1 olii.so 1 could llft'iny wing,  and shiver this', building lo tbo ground,  ho a_w.]ggorcd. Solomon, overhear-  big, sent ."or the boaster. How dnro  vou? he thundered. The butterfly  groveled. 1 did it lo impress my  wife, ho pleaded. Tin groat, mon-  nri'h wus instantly appease'. and lot  lilm go, VY'hni: did Solomon fitly to  you? gasped a riiilverlng win. live minutes later. Oh, ho boggul rnc not to  do If, Hiild (bo buttorlly airily. And  K.ilo.iiuu, again overhearing  .mllcd.  Tbo (jertntin oxploror olilin by cannibals whilo'.searching I'm- radium In  New tlulnea at louM ninnagcd to pene*  trnle tho unknown Inferior.  Qcnersl Daiin.ec-ill't; Ler<  Cn.'iioi'a'l Danniesnll wuodmi and Iron  log .'��������� In lho 'ni'l-i mllliiiry mucoiiin.  Tho wuri'loi' In iini'iillo'.i lost ouo of  hi-, legs 11I. the bin.),, of Wiigviini, imd  when In. rotu.tt.d to Paris it wan 10-  plue(ii| by a moi'liiiiileal ' ooiilrlviiiico,  in" Umber and Ir-mi springs, Alihjiigli  orlpploil, tlui iibi i.nbiloi' I'diuiilnoii ',:  active sei'vlco and was In command ol  the yititionni':i fori in IK11 when llie  nllles' wero lu l-arii', Ii. was lo tho  li'iio|.H nf Ibo uiiil-Xnprilooii ooiillfion  thiii, (leiieral D.iiinoiijiU i:uld when  eulleil upon lu ;;l\o up" bin foi't. I.el  me hnvo my log and then yn'.i cun take  Viiic.'iuuti, The old t.eiit-iul db'd lu  Is;;., (loin-mid of hiu lnoohurilc'il limb.  It hud boon taken oil' whllo be w.i._ III  iu ordor to bo r/ij nlivil by a uniilh  liunioil llrou, llvlnu In Vlncenties. Mrnu  kepi, Uni r.rihlo and luuidcd it down  lo bk-i fnmlly from wlinm It sub.-ic-  quontly imsrfoil liitu Uio i.wnoi.ihip nf  linv iMUiilclpalliy il Viiu-oiiiies. Tlui  ooiiiicIIoi'h of lho .'irUllery borniigb  hiiiuled It ovo. to tho war a'.vpai'tniout  nnd ll  l<* iiriinn"' 1i>'-  i'niv.   iv-,>i'a"fail ,,.-)  i������'rt of lhe I'Yt'iioh nrnilrn of th" p-iit.  Hpor-ulntlnti   ro   In   whal   'tho  i,i..\  Teinpb'  of Pr.n,   j,:.,!,,]., i,i(- .siig,'it ,-i,.  Uiat II  Will lm,. I i-U.aii'rl i'.,r 1)1 ���������]..! Hi j,'.  It tl'ioau't Wititi p..  hii\o boon lillilng nn lour hilt, M>  bin! rimrnl lhe Hlltni', ungi-lly, t-egurd-  Ing ihe lluHi'iiirl fob     vviiv 111 .-��������� I'if.i/-.  l-ll,-j   Ulllll I    ,'. OU    li'JJ    mi*-   1    M'ilH   i-lfllllg  mi my J,|ai. Aly den- .-ale. jii'DtoHtod  tint iibt.rogrnplu-r, blandly, thu1. would  hiuo '.qiolled ymir oxprosidoii.  The liilosl drink In Wa.-hiiiait.it in  Known  a-!  WHhoii.iiIo,  IuiIi iinr.iieoot,.,-  f'.l   'l!P.,-.���������    ,   .. !.���������.!.,   ,.aliliplii.il    illlil    0    I-'  a bit idviip.  Thi- I'.iiiuilkn. giiioiiilii'-iii i.*: In hate  lho lai-gi'Hi loloHOopii In the world.  Then   V.'l'.ii   '.vi..  li.lj   Ui..'   .\jl|aji';i   lui!  all the '..k\:<i.-iii)ii r.-,  Tl    li,,      I'll,1    i'.,,.l|!ul.'il    !U.l<    llfilirll  Kin'i'r,'i"i'tii"' aJi.-ivo iji'-'.i.iy-1 JJ.TiM.yo'i  worlli of pi'upi'iiy. Anil yet 'ihey f-ay  n woninii oii'i't throw : I.ich s-.li;.I������jUt  Hopo *  Tlii-u- |.i in. liwei-ter .-.ufiiu.'iig ihaii  lu.ipa\ So iiiiik uu old Uoriiiaii l������rov-  orb,  nvhiuoholy  text  for heart., "bn!  1 ;" ".    ,",    '. ' ..a.n    ....n   a.,.|i,i    .1 Uil  id whiiin all hope is but luoiuory,  The 01110 ol the (.hh'ui.ii bull-, iml u  your old Uuu reiiuli'i A an uperaikm for  appondleitl:; ratlior knuckt. out mni.1  nt Ih.1 ilionrlon ai- U i|r- oinnu <if (Iml  fiil'l of 1 rouble,  If .'iviiize 1 ai'i'iio 1 ; iuiw .1 I, lole'ii'V  hi iiiip bin i-. iniai lu-irli'.M'b'ii'i Whin ih'  in-wt-oiiper eoi:"i"Kpaiiiik'at.i  v.iy, l'l  :a!|0a',-:. I  il  aW'oiu' with ih  r,'.nei.ill.  \,;,i .'  ���������' -it !ln:r.- .  1 in.I    of  t.ro    kept  Nojurthiliy,  < ivH!-.'iil!on  Alter his esiieiiciiot' v.it], tl.,   lrip  uiiiu .iniiii is.iii wiii tiroti.'iiily vroh'onu.  war wllh the in;ni nnill.'iii av* an a.'troo  aide ih;i'i.'_c.  A London burglar broke Into n  house to lake . barb. And yof Icon*  oelastu hfivi; Irlnl lu shako public be.  liof In Uie lOngllslnnan's devotion to  his tub,  The  Princo ofs'Al'im.'ioo livers that  In- has luiolvei! a PrinialdiehUiys pro.  1'iiiuHhhIiiiiih utr 11 depth nf li'i.OOl) foot.  It  iiiket', ii'jiriiiiH. to toll it real iis,>  i-;tni-y,  A^i-ni-illiig to a Delaware Judge, idliT-  in.ii-: i^ a criuio; also 11 di.'V.iM'.  The True Source  of Beauty  is, and must bo, good health.  Sallow skin and fnco blemishes  are usually caused ' by tho  presence- of impuritie.*. in tho  blood "impurities v/hicb also  causo headaehe, backache, lan������  "Kuor, nervoiiHiiess and depression of spirits. Ii', nf: times,  when thoro is need you will uso  BEECHES  yo;_ wi!! P.i-.H yo������r,-;c.f Ij-lU-r in  every way. "With purified  blood, you will improve digestion, sleep moro rest fully 'awl  your nerves will be f| uie lor.  You will recover tho charm of  spnrlflinf; vya*, n spoltoru civ.-*  plcxion, rosy lips and vivneioim  spirits. (Jood fir: all llu* f.t.ii-  i)y, Beecham's Vi lb especially  Help Women  To Good Health  Sulal ti*t\*'.tCte.      In !aH������������,  Ji I.   |>|  Tin- ',������i|< ii ult ill j uv iiKali.ii.". 'llu' ,lut-i!uaf  ��������� il-saei)1 Lu* foiit Ibe nifOn^Ui! ntiUk. '1      ~-  ''h-.^ V.'^S.'-ff-^.*^,,   THE   NEW6, 'Ctf&BfiftLAN-D.   BftHttfiH   COLtTMBU.  T.id tjumbBrland Hews  is>s'.i;*\."' Every by  "Wednesday tlie  ���������'Comox   & , Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  T!i; '-paper will nut hold itself  responsible for tlie opinions of others, :is may appear in its columns  <rotu timo to time.  WKI'NKSDAY FEB. 11 .-15)13  ���������wv������a������*HT<������������yiW. yvia^ai^^firvy������*���������J********,***********  WATER NOTICE  FOR A L1CEXCK   TO TAKK AND  yO-V. WATKR.  ���������NO-ICIC U liurt'ljy Riven  tbat _.(jui-  jnala-.  at   Nitiiiiiiio   Uitilwny, nf   Victorii),  )>, C  wiil ���������) p'-y f r i\ lutivc-.) to Uko mid  jhhq 100,000 ajritUoiiB \n-Y '21 li-urs,- A wutc-i  pir of Tn'tmvs Ora.'t)l',   ** l-ich flow, is   u  ���������ini.tli ily   Qiro.i-H   through   NewcustU  pistri.t -ii 1 oanii i k iut-i Straits of Geor-  <.i:'iioii :. iD.l.'s \iet  cf  H.y  Qual'u-.iini  Jtiv- r. i'lio tyaterVj I lm (..n'.rfc.d at .1)00"  ji|.stitii n  fs-aiin   liiiKviiy ijsttl will be u.ul  .or -jfORipi* 1-uilv.u.y py posis oi) ttie Imd  j'lBSfi ilifjtl iu R'lilway Right, nf Wny.   Thii  -.oii c win t���������listed 01 fie gt-oijmd on   the  ������ird ilay t,[ A.r.l. l'.)li).     Thu  ayiplicatvm  wi 1 bs ii'iuil in the oilio-. nf tlie Waiter Re-  .cor.l.r at. Virion-', B. O. ��������� Objections may'  ibe Ji!i''fl wuh tha' b.iid'Wiitir lleoonlor or  viviUi tuo Cunpti-ull.r cf  Water Right?,  f\i;limn-nt liivlftl fin, Vio''i'ria, B. C.  JiSQU.'M iI.T & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  fl, E   UEASLEY  Agent  .���������.'���������__ I ft rayl  IN TU.K COUNTY  UH'LU', OF,  .NANAIMO, HOLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND.  IN THE MATTER of Samh Ell-  ciior Tyson deceased, intestatey  AND.      '���������  IN THE MATTER of thn "O'iH-  ijiiil Administrators Act A  TAKE NOTICI. that by onler  of Uis Honor Judge. Buiker,  made tlio 5th Any of November..  l'Jlii, I was appointed Administrator of ilu* Estate, of tho abovo-  nioiitioiK'i! deceased, and all parties hiviiiu- claim? i.truinst the  said estate ar" hereby required to  furnish, sanu. properly verified,  to nm on or before tin.*, l'.th day  December, 1013. AND all parties indebted to said ' estate, are  required'to pay tlio amount of  iheir indebtedness to me forthwith.   A '  Diited this llth day of Novem  ber, 1913,  WATER NOTICE  V'OR A LICENCE TO TAKK AND  ������������������ UriK WATliU.  iS'OTIC*;,i_ lierftliy j.jvcn lhat Esqni-  piti t ���������<_: Niiii .Jmo. iiailvt'sy, of Victoria,  JJ, 0 willapjjly [t a 1 c> fcue fcn take and  fiae 100,000 giil ns p~r il-l hoars, of Water  pn of .Sandy < reck, winch ilo.vs iu a nor-  Jliurly i i ei.tio.i ilirongii Newcastle Dis-  Jiiot mul i-mptie-i int) _Xe_a' B.iy,  near  -JU..:^w___l_Cj_c_l_j_ The wit... will b-3 diver  j.ti >tt, '2150" r.p .ream from Va ui Iway  tTu"d~  IV)SI I'diui-il fin G.iir.T-al I.iilw.iy purpo.ee  i> i tho laiial ile__i ibOal _s Hail wny Right of  W.'.y.   Ties notice \y ts jiusti-al on    tho  ��������� vniiiiid <m the Hi! d y- A Apiil, 191'...  -I'm.' flpj.i.'j.tioii -will bu tiie<l in tho oflics  i.r" tfso Water Ii ci>i-il"i* al Viclori������i IL C.  (0'.\jo_tu)-. b iwiy bo-lilwt'l with tho said  Water Recorder t r ������ith tho Comptroller  j i W.itfr LlightH, Vurlian.eut Iluildiu^s,"  V'i'.aorh, BO.  |:SQUIV,A^T & N AN AX J4Q RAILWAY  AppHcnat  It. R. B'EASLBY  Apont  ppll(/ , .   my7  W. Wl'SI.IvV WlI.I.ARD,  Otiieial Admiiiistrator,  Uumberltaiid, V>. Ca  IN   TUE   COUNTY   COURT  OK NANAIMO   HOLDEN  ������������������     ATCU'MBI.RI-ANI).  IN THE MATTER OF Daniel  Mngan'dep.ensed, intestate,   >rlio  died at.  Cumberland, H, C.   011  Jnue 25th 19ia.  AND,  IN THE,MATTER of the '"Ofiicial Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE tlmt by order of His Honor, Judge Barker,1  mado tlie 5th day of .November,  Lfll3, L was appointed Administrator of the Estate of the above-  mo'itibned deceased, nnd all pur-  ties having cb.it>.s against- the[  siiid estate are hereby - required to I  f tTnTislFTSiiTE1;���������prbjierly-���������vwr-i lied,,  to nie on or before the "__th of De-  coniber. ��������� 1.13. AN D ', ul) pfirties  indebted to _������id" estate, nre required to pay tho..an'ieniit of their  indebtedness to me forthwith.  Dated this lltb^luy uf November, 11US.  W. \Vi'>ra*Y Wit.r.Aur*.,  OtUeial Administrator,  Cnini>erland, Ii C.  WATER NOTICE  FOR A MUKNCE TO TAKE AND  USB WATER.  KO I rOI-Z is hereby Riven tint Kiqui-  finlt A 'N.iiiiiino lli.ilway "f Viclorin,  11 <,���������., will iijip'y for iii'licetioj to tu';o tvinl  )i>-r- IM.O0Oj,';illim������ poi'2'i hourn, ol wntcr  (int of Hli;il.o Cilo1!, which ft..wa in a  i ortht'.rly (lltiiutinfi Ihrcngh Nelson Dis-  friil ni.il imiiMc-fl into Ihiyno Sound war  'J',-.iil)!c River. The w,it������r will bo tltvo't d  fit llM-iipBtr.iim from Riitwny nml will bo  riHcil lev (iimoiii) RaiUvny pnrpofe-i on the  |���������iijl dwcribdil iim ru^lwny right of wayTbis  lin'xirtv! v,'w jio-itcit i������\ tho gruxtD- on tho  . pnl'rts'y ol April, Ifrift Tho uppllcntitm  ti I'.) I-.) llUr. iu tho officio ot ilio Water  Hitiurtinr, \Vil07ia, B.C. O'������jcctlon8 ituiy  {in(Iled with tlio bii������1 Wuk-rRecorder or  \v.tb tli'i (I iinptroller of Wn'or ltigliK  )>������ainn,i),i| H.ul(lii)������<, Viutoiiii, ]i, 0.  ^SQl'T-MaMiT A NANAIMO RAIUVAY  Ainiljonnt  tl, 11.    KASI.KY  -,     AKOiii  ]N* THR COUNTY L'OUKT OF  NANAIWOHOLOBN AT  CO B1W l. A AD  f.N'  TUN    MA'H'liB OP   John  Smi'h nho known ftB John Smyth  iit>-������.H������Ml,ii.'03intu.  'vho died nl  lii'itl Inl;ir.don July ft, 1018.  AND  (NTIIIC MATTI-ll of iho'-Ofllcml  .A.(fiin/is'nitt*..- Avl"  'J'.AKK NollOIO tUivt hv ordor ot  Uh Honor Jndgo liiirkor, nmdo  tno .-.Hi dny of November, 1918.  f wat applintel Administrator  nf tho f-nluto ;>[ iho above-weie  iloutid deccafcd, mid all jmrMea  linvinii cluim*} ii|',nin*t the ettid  ���������������.ifilir a������r������ horeby rnqulrcd to fur  iti.di came, proporly verified, to  pie on or Imfnro lhe 13'h day of  Mew-mli..-, 101A ANT0 nil par*  tii'M i'lilelittd in mid cfitntc, are  M'i)iun*.l in f'.'.v tlk* iimotitil of  iheir i.idebtetii'jui t') m������ forth*  wipt.  j,Ut,-d  thin 1U\< ���������������.>y f(   NW.i).  )���������������������. ih.vd  \\\ \VKil,KV \S'lM.AIlli.  ('Ulciiil A(lniii������i*tralf.,r,  ^���������im/y-rlHiul, 1.. C.  INTHH)  COUNTY   t'OUUT   OF  NANAIMO l.OLDF'N AT  CUMI.KRUVND  IN TIIE MATTER oi Daniel O'  Coriull,n,lsa known  m Daniel  John O'Connell, duco.ise.1, intes-  i.-atr, who died at Cupo t'.emmer  ell, Ilupeit District on January  20,1U13.  AND  IN r HE M ATl'KIl of the *'0|Kci.il  Adinitiistruiora Act."  TAKK NOTIOK thai hy o.der of  His Honor Jndgo HnrktM, made  tho 5th day of Novcmbor, 1913,1  waa appointed Administrator of  lho 1'iBtutc of tho abovo mcnlioiicd  dt'CoiABftd, and oil pnrtios hiwiiifi  claims against tlio -snid estate aro  hereby required to furnish same,  properly verified, to mo on or before lhe l_th day of December,  1013. AND ull purlins indebit-d m  i-aiil t'Blnto, are required to pay Ihe  amount of Ihoir hulobU'dncHft to  me forth������itli.  Dated thirt U'di d.iy  of Novenv  .er, 1918.  W. V/khi.bv Wim ai*������  Oniclal Admit i 'i.i.vw.  Cumborland, IJ U.  Anything you- want  and whatever  way yo;a want it. Below are a  few of^TirTgT^v^^pri'nt^^-���������^-^-----^  i  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  t.  I  !  i  I  I._rLT15lUIEAl S  BILL HEADS  J.NVELOPES '  _ PAMPHLli'lS  CATALOGUES  MENUS      '  W.OTTEUS  DODGERS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  ,  BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  HALL PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC, KTC.  -warn  ******  WATER NOTICE  FOK A LIOBSCE TO TAKK AND  UtsW UA'iKll  NOT1UK l������ hereby ffivon llmt l..q������l.  malt fi Nnuulino Uailwny, ol VioUrh,  B.O, will apply for a lieono. to tnliu ami  uie joo fifto (fill.ini por 'It hour', ot \v.itor  nut of Hoy Crook, whicli IViwh in n nuttii-  orly threotion  throueh Cjinrx  DUtriot  aaft .mptiii* into Gitm'tx Uobour, near  Trent Hivor.   Tho wutur will ho ilivtrtcil  at 2'2fi0'* npHtroam from Hnilwny ami will  lm vfluil for Gfjiinral Itnilwhy vuijiOHid on  llm him) d.Bornj'.il ag Ilfiiiwiiy Hi������ht ot  Way.   Tliin   n ���������lion \vn������ poEtril   on tlio  grouii'l on tlio Xft day i<t April   iviil  TliMn;.plic*tlioa uilllo Hleil hi the nflln  ��������� f thu \\itrr ljf*''rth'r at Vi't.iru, IS U.j  O'i>oilortii  mny bs riled  wi li tbo ������������id  WiiUr U'cor.kr or ������iuMl<4 <,'-irfit'*. K������i  nf Wattr UlnUU, I'uli^mcnt  HtrlMirtg*,  Victoria, lb V.  V;HQUIMAT.il' ,V NANAIMO llAUAVAV  A[>iilio������nt  II. K. I.KASI.I.Y  Agtut  The  CUMBERLAND NEWS  Dunsmuitf Mznue        Gumbedand, B. C.  HMtm  mm  _____________L__*_K  *-Y^feAitl;rJyyyAAuYyb*ir?*:(^v7r'p<fftY-'!ylit  :?UW THE NEWS, "CUMBERLAND. B   C  m,  l,[  OILOWS SIMPLE LIFE  .3MTER.bR FRANCIS JOSEPH IS A  LONKL1' OLD 31 AN.  Meat! of tlio House of H*_is_urg De������  rives HU Throne From.a German  Rarou WUo bj jh. Act of .Kind,  nets Warned an Empire���������Austria-  Uongary Is Biggest Country ra  Ifiuropo KxcojJt Russia.        . ,,  OVERWORKED DRESS SUITS.  Diner-Out  In London Gives  Advice  T< the Wearers.  This is tho end of the close soa������  non' for the public dinner,"says Ivan  Heald in The London Daily Express,  1 know it, because when you go to  litre a dress suit it costs' two shillings  moro, aud you find trifles of obsolete  food in the trousers pockets.  Hired dress suits are terribly overworked at this time of tho year. I  .remember taking one to a public  dinner last autumn, and a waiter  said it had been there five times that,  week already.   He recognized it, bc,  The Eni_._ror of Austria-Hungary,  [who Is (..ton spoken of as tho most .  jteuUy monarch in Europe,-is a fam- plained, becauso.be was the very  _.������������ -hri i;^ i_ -.         ,  i A man who ha,J made t-be tomato, soup  ���������ub .hci and is descended from a race palcb on ita left shoulder.  .���������f keea sportsmen.   It was, in fact, !, . Hardly a man in London,escapes  ������i a banting oxpeditlon that tho first being a public diner.   Tho only way  lElfcp.ba.g to come into prominence  Diet with an adventuro wliich helped  ftiw to the crown ot what was then  :'tbo Holy Roman Empire of German  JTatlonallty."  ltaa.J? vou Ilapabur. was a simple  Bcrm���������tt baron who led & quiet life in  to pet out of it is to bceomo a waiter.  A man passes safely through October and November, and then he has  a summons from tho Society, of Ec-  clcfeehan Mon in Brook Greeu, Hammersmith, or tho Burdett Road  Night School Old Boys, .ind his wife  l'"-���������-"   ������������'VU    nilV   l������ll   tv   l__liJ4,   1UO   IU        _ailj_llt,   a__UUaJI    WIU    JJU.JS,   atHU  oil i?astlo, Hapsburg. among the Alps,    resigns herself to the worst  Singing at Sight,  a. X never really got it through my hea_.  bo as to read musical notation in tho  rrdinary, conventional, civilized ,way.  T\e> fact remains that if today, one  Avwo suddenly^to place beforo mo tho  Wo of "Robin Hood," "Pinafore," or  ���������Tra Diavolo" I couldn't for tho life  of mo tell whether a given note was  A or G, or what key it ..was in. At  the samo tlmol could sing it correctly,;,  t/r any unfamiliar pieco of music, although I should prefer to hear it'played'over onco ou too piano so, as to got  started right on the tempo.' The celebrated Mmo. Iludersdort., who was  ono of tho finest, dramatic ahd coloratura singers I ever knew, onco said to  i_o when' I confided to her this peculiarity:       - o  "Never mind;, you^are ' all right.  -Ii.at's tho true method of singing at  'iight anyway. The best of them don't  really know anything ubout music  moro than that���������If tlioy know as  much."���������floury Clay Barnabcc in National Magazine. ���������>"' '  BLAZ1KG SHIPS. [      LASSOING ALLIGATORS,  ���������nd did aot concern himself with tbo  troubles which rent tho empire into  Iran-Ins factions. Ho was riding homo  tone night aftor.a day's hunting wheu  ������e came to a swollen mountain tor-,  rent. Tho tinkling of a little bell on,  tbo further bank attracted his attention, no saw a priest aud an'accom-  Banying acolyte carrying tho viaticum  ef -some dying -sinner, and their way  jvan barred by tho stream.  Rudolf von Hapsburg set the prie.t  tapon his horse aani] not only helped  i-lm-safely across, but escorted him  tap In hand, meekly, and on foot, to  his destination. The'recital of this  graceful act to the' German princes  assembled for' the election of an emperor is said to havo induced them  to voto in favor of Rudolf von llaps-  ���������Biirg. At any rate, Rudolf wa3 crowned emperor and managed a very difficult,, empire with considerable skill.  Tic empire of Kaiser Franz J'oytf  is greater in extent .than any other  European   state,   save   Russia,- and'1.,  ,*herjfiVer you go io it'you will' find a  '.'Jagd-schloss," a shooting box. whero  Mie mighty lodge wnen following  thoir favorite sport." / A  . Whitewashed, with red-tiled roofs,  ftnd .flanked by littlo rouud towers,  theso castles.stand among clumps of  treeiMn the fertile duchlos-:of Austria,  cr riso up on" a mountainside dark  With fir trees. Thoy look so'peaceful,  tnit heavy.cares' intrude ovon hero.  ���������nd tlio spirit of the place Is not in  ' harmony with its outward pomblanco.  The guna had hardly ceased speaking in tf������n Balkans when Emperor  Tratici-i'/*^,}- scu^bt rest ond peaco  ,._' his o-^'Je ^.loiig tho Al_m near  tichJ.  When the Arohduchers Sophlo, tho  .���������mporor's mother, bought this chalet  It wad a very unpretentious place. It  lias gradually beon added to, But it  Btlll retains Ue original slmplo character. Every room looks as If it wero  lived In. Tho imperial owner's living  Apartment, aro n������ simple as, or evon  nimpler than, tho other rooms. Ho  6J������0PB on d small camp bedstead.  ���������Vraiicls Joseph's dally Ufo is In  (forffict harmony with theso plalo surroundings. Ho rises between 4 and 6  every moj*nltig, and after a cup of coffeo and roll, without ovon butter,  coee iitralRlit to his dock and begins  *hfl.wor.k of the diy, Although, far  away from tho moat of government  I.. cannot escapo tho affairs of otato.  ljuually tho omporor works steadily  Public dinners would, bo all right  if ono could leave one's elbows at  home. It is so trying to ������_o with an  appetite and find yourself so wedged  in thnt it 'is only possible lb tackle  tho one-handed courses like soup  and asparagus. At ,the last Lord  Mayor's Guildhall banquet tho people in my row were so tightly wedged lhat wo could only raie> our  hands ono .at a time, aud an alderman put lho wholo combination  f_to confusion by getting out of step  with his soup spoon.  ��������� Some advice to young public diners may not como amiss from ouo  who bus been through it all from  soup lo nuts. Knives and forks, for..  instance. Our ancestors used to go  round tho whole course with one  club, but now lho diner is given an  array of cutlery and lold to start at  tho outside and work- inward at each  course.      "' .  That rule' is all right-if you start  properly, but just go wcrong with the  nors d'oeuvro and you 'will be eating, soup with a fork, .tackling the  g.mo /With a sherbet spoon, chasing  lho cheese with a dessert knife,' and  in the end thero will be a fork left  ovor aud you will havo to start all  over again.  Then there is iho wine waiter,  who wears a massive chain, and may  easily" bo mistaken for a provincial  mayor. The young diner will always  lest the chain with a little nitric  "acid, and if it is-real silver or gold  the man is a mayor. Thus'the young  diner saves a shilling tip. "'  Always   be  kind   to   the  waiter.  When, at the end of the dinner, he  leans overhand"'whispers iu your car,  "I'm leaving'you howAsir." :do' not  let a curt .nod. suffice, for your farewell.    I  always ���������rise'fi'O'm;-my seat,  grasp liim warmly by his outstretched   hand^ and   say,' "Good-bye, ��������� oJdl  "chap.    I hope"you will-fhave' a good.,  lime, and don't forget'to "send me a  -picture'.postcard now and again."  .. "The real thing to remember when  going to a public dinner is lo take  a few nico sandwiches with you. ., .  Ciirran's Mistake.  It was difilcult <o subdue the high  spirits of John Philpot Curran, the  frisk lawyer and wit; Indeed, many  of his.most brilliant witticisms wero  uttered in the staid and somewhat  musty asmosphoro of lho courtroom.  On ouo occasion when Ourran was  making an elaborate argument in chancery Lord Claro brought a largo Newfoundland, dog upou tho bench with  him, aud during the progress of the argument he paid much,moro attention  io tho dog than to the barrister. Gradually tho chancellor lost all regard for  even ordinary, courtesy. In tlio most  Important part of the caso lio turned  Hlmsolf quite aside.-.ind began to fondle tho animal. Curran stopped at  once.  "Co on, Mr. Curran; go-on," said'  Lord Claro.        ���������       , '  "I bog a thousand fjardons, my lord,"  replied the'wit, "I'took it for granted  that your lordship was employed- in  consultation."    . *-      ������. <���������  Moot for a quiet .troll lu tho forest  for an hour or so. Then ho retunui  to his dosU aud hut a -sort of light  preliminary lunch, a chop or cutlet,  t mi one glass of beer, This In  1.r������j.ho.a a tray to hts writing desk,  With . li.-.canional Interruptions work  KOflO on until midday, whon a family  luncheon U uotvod,  ..'ranclu Joseph confines lilmsolf to  ii ellco of "rttnilflolBl)," tliat bollod  beef of which Austrians ore so fond.  Ono -glPiJafl of Auh'i.ii'i wlno, r?.ft ci:  -wWo at hn may fancy, or tho doctor  may direct, Is all thotho ilrinko. Thin  U followed by i. mild clsar, smoked  from a !onj{ holder.  In tho Afternoon, bolwoon four and  flvo o'clock, iho oiuporor noon on u  lone, drive through lho fovest. Ho  r*vor faun loiako his gun along, nud  iifiuftlly mnnagop to have a lWtlo  shooting ou tlm way.  lr    -- - - i   -    -     -  -*  Not a Unll nt AM,  Ail    LlnA-ll   mila-l'   I'l'ldti*   ViilS   ,1a>iaH  iriwrter (lui tlllo "A.' T luijrhi'.hli.  Bull."  "An Irish doctor sont this'bill to  5 lady: "To curlni. your husband till  o rilpd. _ii vulneaa,"  It Rouudn fimuy, but It im.;t u bull,  IJn Juctlco to tho Irish phyalnlan l������t.  *U6   ftaaUC    vhtat,    7iK    Mll|_iliui    InfiiU I li������  lit ibu word "curo" w������in"to treat, to  iiurso," It Is otli] lined In that (ion,.a  ijn many comraunltlPH, "\Vlti������ thin  herb," sftyo ManCevlHo, "I cuVoi thom  all til) nomo woro healed and nomo  rfM die,"  Crowded r^otiilon.  i  Silk Hat Caused Kiot.  OnJan. 15, 1797, when John Roth-  er^iglon emerged .from his London  haberdashery shop tn the Strand  wearing a silk hat, he was surrounded by a mob of such proportions that  he was' arrested and charged before  lho Lord Mayor with inciting a riot.  Tbe constablo who arrested him testified that "Hetherington appeared upou lhe public highway wearing a tall  structure, which ho called a silk hat,  having p. shiny lustre, and calculated  to frighten timid people. Several women fainted, clil'dron scrcc.mal, dogs  yolped and a young son of Cordwain-  er Thomas was thrown dowu by tho  crowd and broke hi# right arm.". Tho  defendant pleaded that, as au Englishman, ho was froo to woar any  hat ho chose, but, nevertheless, was  bound over ln .2,500 to keep tho  peaco. '      ������������������  -  'lAirgory In Hi   Old Day..  Tt was not iint.11 1832 that the  doath penalty lu1 England for forgery  was replaced by transportation,  though even then an exception was  pado in tho oaBo of forging; or altering a will. This exception was not ra-1  moved from tho ntatuto book until  18157.    Iu Iho days of good  Queen  PhysiQ.I Energy,  . -Study of lho blood furnished* ihe  clew to 'Jnliu. Robert Mayer- for his  discovery- of that fundamental law of  physics, the law of conservation of energy. Mayer observed, while traveling as a ship's surgeon in the tropics  that the venous blood of bis'patients  "(iu the days when -blood letting was  still in general vogue) was. appreciably  brighter in color" than iu ordinary  practice in the' temperate zone. From'  thla ho concluded''there was a', definite .- rola I ion bi'tweou tlio ��������� chemical  ai-tioii going on in the blood and the  amount Af work or heat''furnished by  the body, aiid tliiis._f_jllowin;r���������!;n-!iifl-  ai'gimieiit point by point, ho was finally,  led ;_fo the conclusion that lbo-������ total  aniovmtfpf energy of a given'system la  constant.0'that energy can neither bo  crea'tod'nor destroyed, hut only converted from one form into another.   ���������  Bess a forger of deeds wns vory no-  vovoly. dealt with,    Uo .had to stand  -.-���������--.-       , .--   ...      ,     ..-    iii tho pillory; IiIh oars woro cut off;  tontll about olght o'clock, when   ������>���������*��������� Mbln- nuso slit, and  ho was branded  with hot Irona,' Jf ho survived thcf-..-  ordeals ho wan doomed to IniprlH-  omnonl. for the rent of his days, and  every thin,'!; ho pan_nsuod In tho world'  wus forfoitod t tho crown. Sunly  death would hnvo been far moro nui-'-  ciful.  l'.ndics nnd Cricket.'  ���������J.iullc.' ci'lcltet iuiUi'Iich wci'tj  r.ct  onoommon In tho'eighteenth century  and worn apparontly highly populiir.  In 1747 a mime bolwoon iho Mnjtlfi of'  Charlton anft I ho Mulds of Singleton  on tho artillery ground, London, rt-  trnelod "l.ho groatoiil. munhoi' of opne-  tntnra over soon at liny publlck dlvT-  MoV In fact, lho finish of l.ho biu������o  Imd  (o bn postpo'md owing to'^',i^  hreaklng In of   Jio compiir..v" .whor:*,  by "nomo of tho players wore "'vuy  mucli I' rl p, h to ne d."   In 17tiS, too, r$  Uphiun,   in   Wills,   rilovon   nmrrloi  playod oii-.voa  slngl.i  women  for ;& ���������  plum ortlrri nnii^t bnT^l of A*.    Thr'  cako and nio wont to those who tp.il.-1  cd huwI'.mdH.���������London i.lironlcl't    ,.  Molh.-rlj Old llu... '[,,  fiTho content Ici ttuit the ho.i i;iu  io mosP, coin passionate thin/,' in  ucuiioa l������ inruniKty inu.HiiH'H liy  a caso of moihorlio'od In naturo r$������  latod In Country Life. A corronfldjl.*  doht tolls how lu a farmyard wo;t)o  two pupplOH, for whom tho motlipr  had no nffocMon; so an old lion t<>|jli  pity on thero, and when nbo went^o  ronr* thoy fnllowud her, Sfjmutf>/;.  In a oornor of a cort:shod nho llffit*d  . ft vying nnd thn -'two younpswrn  ,   , W^l %orawlqd under'.for   tho   nigln.   oe:  Aoii't) population ato I'vlng more llmif. culoltt iluwhorlng on tho bac_i������o'  ..   ?!  -a  ' H   ������������������  .    .    ;'      <������  .^[ro hundred   Uitusiiiul   i&%V^u������  two in ������, room,  liko ptJpple*.  When Vapor lo.Dry.  A popular- misconfoplion is (tic sup;  position that aqueous vapor and ice are  wot. They, are in llipms.lv.'wrdry, aud  become wet only when tlioy turn.to  water.' So dry Is aqueous vapor thnt it  will dry any moist .object" that it comes '  in contact with.   Superheated steam,  boforo it condenses, is a. dry gas.   Ice  feels wet if llie temperature of tho  hand is BUlhVlenr to melt it; as ice It Is '  dry.    Anothor : misconception ' is  that  ���������the .Tir can bo either moist or dry,   It  is condensed ,'iquoous vapor in the air  Hint is moist, and it would bo.moist if  there woro no air. A given quantity of  aqueous vapor confined in a glvon  spare will bo wot or dry according to  the temperature. At 32 degrees,' for Instance, it might bo parlially condensed  nnd consequently wot, while ut 70 dc^  grees, owing to expansion, It would bo.  dry. ���������  1 Tlio First Ironclad.  Tlio Fi'oiK'h woi-o tho first people'to  apply In n practical shnpo tlio idea of  reviving tho iu:p of annov on tho sides  of ships. Thoy constructed flvo floating batteries clad with four inches of  Iron Of theso the first was the Ton-  jianto. mounting sixteen guns. Sho wtm  launched nt Hrost in lfi-Til"., The first:  Ironchid wimihlp proper was the T.u  Ciloirc, Wiuuolu'd In NYivcinber, lSo',).  La Clolre was of r>,fl0,1 lon.'t displacement nnd K00 Ihu'mo power. The famous Mei'dinuo nnd Monitor gavo tliti  world the first light bolwoon Ironclads,  hut thoy were not (he fir.-t mailed but-  tlenhips. Tho Ln Ololro wan allont  more tluin ii yenr boforo (ho lil.iim.ij  oiK'oiinlor In lliimpion lloiiclfl.���������Now  \(,ii''.: Aiiioi'k'iiii,  Simple Pleneuroj.  To liefomc ,-igiiln nioro ,|d.viiii.i, morn  chlldlilnj, more- nnlvo thnn v,-* nro, to  l0()k Into tho world with clour oyci n. .1  to eon^lwi to the dovll lho piMlileiir^!.'  lonl oliiiuoraii bolihid which only lo.)  often IiIiIom tho unclcin tunnoll of tl-.o  .iniirkot pjiico. eliliiii'i'iui which hn>*o  mndo ns unhappy, r.lnvlsti and uiic-r-  .thin lliiit would do v.y. nil eooiI.-I'i'-v  ton Tranncrliit.  Kcrp tVt,i RHl rtlnjj'nr.  ' A;lioll Iti',11 temple of norm Chlnii  ���������'dan boon, kept 'rlniilni: fov n eonliii'v.  A ta.x ir. lovled in tl.o district tor pay-  '.nw rolayn ������v; rlnaoi'K to work Iucm*  en nt!I.v' duy nnd night.  t  Area of tho Octtino,  Tho oconiifi. Inoliidltig the liilniidsoae  loniioojrd with tliem. envoi' iilnnit 1 _ ������.-  KrtiV'Oii.w'iiiiro in Mm, or 7;H.!.f������ r-J- ������e?.t  . of tho total surface of tlio ..-ai'i;*.,  - Ineeetn* _._r,  A Imttprfly layi* )V<o ovut, the whm������  ri,M0..,|i<������ ant A.nm to fifnrt. while ������u -  *iioo\������ti nt white ftnt jiroduccu HGAfo  mat In ������ day,  Trivial Causes   of   Terrible . Catiu-  tropUes on High Seas.   ,  It \youId seem alupost impossible  to sot fire lo and burn to the water's  ��������� edge a big modern ship, built, as  such vessels almost invariably are  now, of steel or iron, with transverse bulkheads of the same metal.  Experience, however, bas shown  otherwise, for tho catastrophe that  happened lo the Volturno a short  time ago is not by any means a  solitary example of its kind.o  ���������  It is extraordinary, loo, how little  a tiling will start the biggest, ahd  most devastating ot ocean .fires,  Thus the carelessness of a member  of the crew, who dropped a lighted  oil-lamp ou lho forecastle floor, was  responsible for the burning in mid-  ocean of the big emigrant ship Cos-  palrick on November lSlh, 187-L  when.no fewer than 465 lives wero  lost.  .��������� Tho falo ot these poor people was  exactly, wbat would have been that  of those on board the Yolturno Jt  wireless telegraphy had not been  Invented. Thoy fought tho flames  with the frenzy of despair until overpowered, then Ihey perished. A few  >���������about live or six���������got away in a  boat, and were picked u*p ten days  later half dead from starvation and  exposure. These were the sole survivors, aj   ..  One of the most thrilling stories  of tires at s'ea. lho burning of the  Sarah Sands, had a similar origin���������  tho careless handling of a naked  lamp iii a lazaretto filled with Government stores. Sho had GOO soldiers  on board, aiid. .these worked like  heroes .removing and throwing overboard tlio gunpowder, of which there  was a large uuaulity stored in the  hold.    .-,- "  One barrel did explode, blowing  up the entire port, quarter .of the  ship. Nevertheless, after weeks of  dreadful anxiety, the still" smouldering hulk was navigated safely to tha  Mauritius, without losing a,single  life. ���������    ���������  ��������� ;     .,     * . '<.  Ships aro frequently fired owing  io the spontaneous combustion of  Iheir cargoes. A striking .example  was afforded by the case of the  Micronesia, bound from South Amor-'  ica for Antwerp, with nitrate iu,  bags. The flames' burned overy,  scrap of woodwork in the skin of  the vessel, causing the nitrate to  become fused, owing to the- terriila  heat, so that from a soft and powdery substance it was transformed  into a species'. of liquid cement,  which ran down into tho lower hold  and held together the plates that had  previously started,-thereby preventing her from .sinking.'���������> She waa  picked up eventually���������a red-hot  hulk���������by a lug antl beached, at Deal.  Her passengers' and crew escaped In  lho boats. ���������    -  Oil in -barrels is fearfully danger-^  'ousi���������A��������� few-"ycars~Ti_o a" big-iron"  ship, Uii Blengfell, of Liverpool, yras  proeec'd.ng -,up Channel with the  pilot ou hoard when she suddenly  burst into flames from some unexplained cause, and every soul oh  her perished. No trace.of the bodies  was ever found, nor could any.craft  approach anywhere near the blazing  vessel, owing to the intense heat,  while the stench of the burning oil  wus said to have been well-nigh ' intolerable. \  A Business Which _s Xot Yet Overtf1  crowded.  Shooting alligators is lame sport  compared with the methods adopted  hy Mr. Lco aud liis two sons, who  have an alligator business In Prasor-  pine, North Queensland. If you fancy  an alligator as a pet, all you havo to  do is to order ono from Mr. Lee, who  will deliver one of whatever ngo or  slzo you wish. With lasso and dogs  ho captures them alive, but it Is perilous and exciting business. There is  no dish an alligator likes so much, aa  a nice dog, and, knowing tho reptile's  weakness in this respect, Mr. Lee  baits his'trap'with'a-yelping cauine,  who, however, suffers no Injury.  On,the sloping bank of a creek infested .with alligators Mr. Lee.constructs, a trap, consisting of a barrier composed of sticks aiid brushwood, with a small hole like the  entrance lo a kennel. Behind lho  barrier he places a dog as bait, and  tho barking of the aulmal soou,attracts tho attention of one of the reptile's. As it scramble.') towards the  barrier lho dog, which has been trained for the purposo, flies out aud attacks tho reptile, whilo Mv. Lee hurls  a lasso over the alligator's head or.  it has lime to retreat.  Whipping lho othor c-nd round a  tree *.nd securing it, Mr, Lee;' armed  with a forked stick attached to a ropo  with a running noose, tries to thrust  it Into tho alligutor's mouth.' Every  moment there-is th. danger of oolng  seriously injured, if not killed, by i  sweep of the powerful tall, or crushed  iiv the reptile's jaws. Sometimes lho  struggle continues over an hour, but  once tho slick is thrust into the  mouth o1 the exhausted alligator the  rest is comparatively eas;.-. '.['he jaws  and tail are rapidly trussed up v;ith  the rope; and the monster lies helpless. ,  To Mr. Lee belongs the credit of  having caught alive in this fashion  the largest alligator in Australia The  caslure was mado when cxecu *ng m.  order for u"livo alligator for a. firm 'u  Melbourne. Though the lip of ils tall  was missing, the reptile still shov'ed  a lengtb'bf 17 feet 6 inches, aud turned the scale at 2.S00 pounds.   ���������  Mr. Lee's.cxpertness In catching alligators recently led a bet that-he  could not rc.capui.'G ono Qftee.'i and  a half feet long, which he had sold  to the layer of lho hot, In "ton'minutes. Mr. Lcc accepted the challenge,  tue alligator was set freo in a cr-'ok,  aud Mr. Lee, assisted by lils sons,  taught it within live minutes.  CROP-EARED WOLF DIES  1113  .V,\S   HEAD OB1  THE BLOGU  BAND OP THE ULACKFEET.  Celebrated Old-Time Chief Opposed  Any Sale of Indian Lauds to tbo  Palefaces���������lio Lived In a Mod-  <--H Houso and Was* Leader *o������  Agriculture Among <���������-*���������* Indians  ���������Wore a Uniform.  ��������� With the passing of Crop-Kai'ed  Wolf, one of the last of the old-timo  Indians is gone. The. deceased chief  . was head of the Dlood baud of tho  i 131ackfeet, whose reserve is the larg-  ��������� ci". iu Canada. Wolf was tho chlet  adviser of some 1,200 Indians and  I nothing was dons without _is sanction. Ho was 6teru with hts own  people, biit kind to the whlto man  as long as ho did nothing to interfere with tho Indian or his rights,  He. was a most careful guardian'of  Indian rights. Some years ago an  agitation was raised by fanners in  the vicinity of the reserve lo buy.*. -  portion of tho southern section, ly- r  ing in the vicinity of the town of  Cardstou. A price 0was offered that  would have made every Indian ou.  .the reserve independently rich, but  iho old chief resolutely refused .to  give his consent, He would have  nothing to do with the sale of Indian  lands to the white man. lie insisted  that the Indian treaty gave the reserve to the Indians as long as gras_  grew ���������and water flowed, and from _i.  position he could not bo moved. .  "'It is said that one of the lasfe  things Crop-Eared Wolf 'did before  his' death was to call his minor  chiefs and people together and .mak������  ihem promise that they would never  sell their land to thb' white man.  Tlieir tract is one of the most fertile-  Balls of Abcrdovcy.  .' Aherdovey has been made,.famous  by the "Bells of -Aherdovey," and  the townsfolk are hard put to it to  explain how that song over camo lo  be written,"for Aberdoyoy has no hells  worth mentioning- aiid until forty  years since had. not even a church.  Some suggest lhat tho old song was a  metaphorical allusion ' to maidens'  voices floating across tho water.. Another tale run's'of a giant, perhaps  Idrls hlmsolf, who carried a huge boll  in his hand and, was wont to wado  across thci estuary at low lido. Ono  day he was overwhelmed by a tidal  wnvo and drowuod, but his bell still  sounds over tho sounds at certain  hours and seasons.���������London Chronicle.  Handel's  B!j_   Earning*  Handel mndo moro money from his  works than any composer boforo his  lime. Kor n "To Deum" and a "Jubilate," written lo celebrate the treaty  of Utrochtj ho was awarded a pen-  iilon of f 1,000 a yoar. ��������� This wan doubled by George I, noon aftor his accession and continued by Ooorgo II,,  so that Handel drow the pension until hi3 death in mi). Altogether for  thcio two compositions Mumlol received ovor .00,000. Although l:e  lo>.t thousands f dollars running opera nt Covont Garden, Unndol died  worth $100,000���������a sum, allowln-K for  tin'' differ onco In iho'vulun of money,  ������c.unl to .l.0fl,000 nowudr.yp,���������]::::-,  Ann Mull,  Health   Commandment-,  Sir ,t am os'Sawyer, -a 'wellrknown  physician, believes, it'is by uo moans  a difficult   matter   for   auy' human  being   to livo   to bo 100   years old.  ,'ll'e- has recently declared- that any-'  .-body_canlattaiii-i-!iIs-agev-unlsss-k-i!I-.-  ed by accident,! if he or slie   will'  rcligioiisjy    observe   iho  .following  "commandments of health!':  '���������' -1. Eight" hours' sleep evcry night  ��������� 2.' Sleep "ou your right'side.  'J. Keep your "bedroom window  open.  -}. No oold hath in .the morning,  but a bath at the temperalnro of lho.  body,  r>. Exorcise' beforo breakfast.  (>.��������� Eat,, little meat,, and   bc   .sure  lhat it Is well cooked.  ���������    7. Avoid, intoxicants.  Si Allow no pet auiirils in your  living rooms, for they carry disease  germs.  9. Live in the country i7 you can,  10.'Watch tho three -D's���������Uiink-  iag watori.Damp, Drains.  ll;,'Havo change of oacupation. .  12.: Take-frequent and short holidays..' '��������� ��������� ���������-.���������   ;   -'���������  13. Limit your .ambillou.  14, Keep your temper.  Lady Scolt Was n Bore.  Lady Shelley, who, as appears front  her diary, brought away from Argots-  ford t.ho ' upresslon that Sir Walter  c."'a wlfo was "tho srontoat horo  tn WuvopU," wns not alono In cntcr-  laining an unfavor.ib'o view of her  hoslo_a In'..the famous Twco'sldo  house. In his "Journal''' for Mr.y 2,  18.7, Lord Cot,kburn, lho Scotch  judge, who loved and admired BooLt,  rotod that lio '*ad liulahoii reading  tho firicorid volume of Lockhnr' ������  "Life of Scott," In whicli he declare  that one of the'most extraordinary  revelations (o lho people of I'Mln-  burgh wan "lh:������t there, wan a llmo  when Lady Hood was > roily and  agreeable."  Lltui nn! Uiilrorn.  Tiio animosity which wns wipposod  to o.UKt between lho Hon and (ho iin'.-  eorn, .i>i referred to by Sponsor In his  "Fftorlo Qiioono," Is nllogorlcul of ihn  doop-rocitml til wlll which umilw.tiy I  , oxlf'lod liuhvoon  L'tiglnpd  and h-'col- j  , land. ..vol' since HlO'.i tho rn.'iil urniM  I hnvo been supporlod, at now, by I ho  i English lion antl thn Scolllsh linlcf/in  ', tu token of lho fact Him -St. Cicorfp  and ','A, Audrow had nt In.it shake-,'  , hniv.'.fl and forgotten   heir old dlff-i-  , oik-:.'���������VVofdmln.slev Ouy.ott.'.  ..v  "Kf|if,.. " i������' d Itml llt-Ti'.'ii.,'.  Tho kipper lu a ij.llt herring rpro-l  in smoko. Tho r.tc Mr. ,ToIm Wo(.i.-  i;or r.i Nnwrnn'.Io-un-Tyn. ami Vtu-  moutU wn������ tlui fortunate iIIrcoyowv  nf tlilo'it-eilunl i>. <���������'.._���������!:!���������; t.'.c !.��������� -���������  rl'ig. Tha process r.i producing iho  red- hori'lug Is annlogoun to linu of  tho ' 'ofttor, tlio dlffcrenco lu-Inu In  degror, Tho "tod" variety Is mow  thorounr.nl:;' salted ur-l smoko drlod,  Thn owe ������dvan .ago of (hln inofhod  lies in tbo pWiOiviitiv. niinllty Iheio-  by tlovglopod, Woatmlniitui' Uiuelle.  SSIk"_-1 *. lionl.s rote,  Much lower torn porn tin on havo  been noted In Siberia Hum thou" rv  coiilod bv Ihu M>wbo- C-Doditlo*,'.  Ned Tape.  Ono of Ills Wa.lnHty's.sJilp. cplliihd  with another v. Mio clinu'liu: out-of  (he I'ortimioiilli docks and had. hor  liow.pi'lt carriod away, , Thn capt.iIn  promptly nritillAl tiio"dll'aa..c.i to tlui  Admiralty in a docpalch nn follows:---,  "My lords, I regret "'to have lo In-  lcm your lurdnlilpa that H.M.S,   whll.i leaving the harbor fiinio Into  collision with another vocpel, nnd he.v  linv.mril liiui been outrlod awny,  - "Awaiting Instructions lioni your  lordships, 1 .iwo lho honor lo r->  iniiln," etc, a  ITi'iinpiJy I'piiin nu Adinlriilly wire  la rcplr, "llepiiri, wlm t:i_rrf'>d away  bnwMprll and wlieid It Iium l.������"eii pl(tc-  od,"���������London Mall.  Ono nf W'llos' Wuiulei'a.,  Tho lower ol' Wro.ilinui (.lniruh (St,  (iIIok'I In one nf iho i-.-������v*n vhimuIim"'  of Wale:',    ll. Is lllfi foul, lilfh. nnd  liflj-liM)  JilittlU'H  ilUUI'll   iu;  llluhl'K,    ll  mii,: I'Oiiiplotcd ln JOOS, iilinoii;sli tlio  fliiirch Itself was erected In the jtIbii  of Ilonry VII. Tlu chuivh e.o'ntalnB  pli.'turnn from tho brunh of Jlnb.n.,  nnd one of lln������ Hnlillll.ie'r "���������i!lp,,j."'''l  innfitorplcce.s I'A ibu memorial to Mrs,  Mery .Vyddlolon, showing a fi mnlo  Jig uro starllnK froiv tho gravo nt llm  Bound of tho last trump, In tho  churchyard aro many (iiinliu opit.iph.v  -- Ciirdirt Wofle.rn Mull,  Beau liiiiiiiiih'l Ki-'aiiiiiaiitlnf,  llonu Uruinrnnl on ,i InJinlonily r������>-  jilirtl to nn invitu-tloii to lako !<���������* tiy  romniklng that he ticvt-  ��������� uiui." anything inn phytic,  ".'ot, you du,    finwiied hlR tiont-  twa; J'you t������ktiJlbui'llo������t"  Cr'aOl'-r.A.TlED YiilUV.  in the wholo Province of AlberUij  and, would bo valuable as a tract foi!  colonization purposes. ���������'  .  Crop-Eared Wolf was tho proud  possessor,-of ono of the medals given  lo " tho Indian chiefs of Western  Canada some years ago. He alwavil  wore tho uniform of a chief, which  in modern, limes is blue sorgo with  brass buttons, supplied by tho !_������������������  d Ian. Department.  Ho was an ardent adypcale 61  peace. Many a tempestuous timo oo  tbe Blood reserve was brought to t  happy issue through his interveu*  tion. At the time tho Indian murderer, Charcoal, v,'as at large, Crop-  Eared Wolf was one of tiio, party  constantly on tho wntch for hia cap*  lure. It was through his help that  .las. Wilson, agent on the Blood re*  servo at the time, wp��������� able lo mako  lho .capture that brought the mur*-  derer to the gallows.  Crop-Eared Wolf had a -jreatct  sense of ihe fitness of things than It  generally found in an Indian. It It  lold that a photographer callod on  him once for tho purposo of taking  Ills picture. Wolf was very intllg>  mint. Ilo .explained through the  interpreter that U would havo been  correct ellciuotto if ho had Invited  the camera man lo visit him, but I*  was n violation of good taiite for lilm  lo como unsolloiiited. Wolf had an  aversion to having his f.aco snapped,  und lho photographer had to return  homo without his picture.  (.���������rop-Enrod Wolf hnd n homo at  woll fu rn ished as most houses In  towns and cities. , Carpels covered  iho floors, The wi-.w;ini, with Uis  open tlreplaco, was replaced by the  kitclion wllh ils modorn range, in.  jitoad of .-looping ou a blanket on the  ground, this Indian had a comfort-  ft bin inallroKH and bed, Lamps ill  tbo Jiquj.., blindii covered the windows, oooking utoni'illp hung In iheir  'jlroper plae..'), a table wan net to  which the Indian iifp'tit or farm In*  Htni'cloi-s could woll (all, up, and paint  Kept tho exterior of lho house from  becoming woatlior-boateu,  Wlillo Crop-Eared Wolf was uvcrin  1n colllni* any part of the Indian  lands, he was nol In favor of allowing thu whole'(o Ho Idle. Whon the  Indian lK-p'wlinont Inaugurated ���������  plan by which tho Indians _ Ium Id  work a portion of tho land, lho old  chief foil heartily In lino, and worked'for tho accomplishment, of the  purposo. Ah ii roaull. of bit effort-?  largo iraoln were, broken in different  localities on lho renorvo, and Indian*  ,.,u ia,.-, xwuKing h Mir ihn produC'  tlon of eivip". in j*!, . tl.,,,.,, /,��������� ll!lt  worked with lho a gout to imvont  th* old mm dunco, a pagan festival  juiii'iii; the LiootlH.  Ci'up-Eni'o.,1 Wolf bi>(?amo an ml-  horonl of tho I.oman OiUhtill,! fultli  ftml _i. i'i,-. >.iiiuu.i ii urrii'S hand,  composed of Indiana, |i)ayed "Noarei  My (lod io Tlir.e," Tin* fiumrul wm  alt(jti(Ji,i] hy all tlui I in! Inn ..taff on  Hie vosor.e, ns woll at many frlendi  from tho ftl..<riot. Riirniiindlrg thi:  inr.orvo, ills burial place wat at  Hi anft Off, In the l!on..\n Cttholit  i'(imotfi-y th.re. ��������� Toromo 1'Ass  Wco.W.  I Autumn Most I .Hal.  ' The- groati-faf Ij.fnuiile i.ii',!in;ii,i  , appoarn to o.-i-iu' tlurlri,- tht ^*,,���������*  | gnartcr of the rear,  '.������������������"a.   1-  .   % *������'  TRE NEWS,^ CUMBERLAKO, BRmSfi COLUMBIA.  *mt*m*m'mtw 'na^giii^ waiy. >������_M.>w������������������������.ti* ���������  nr*-.  Fhe. Furniture -Store.  Special lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain Prices  ev/ lines of Linoleums, Wa  Papers and Furniture  -Just opened out  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves  and Banges on hand  Mcl'l.ce Hlock, A, MoKIICNON     Cumberland  wjisamT-tJC.**^ ��������� -:���������*.���������������.- I"������-TVN.-  am tow *_-,������*%  Gleemetfs Concert  ���������& ~ ,  The fo.low.iig piogr.immc will  tJ''M'ei:de!'.'cA at the Glecmen's  Concert, lo be held iu ,tlie"Cuu>-  'berland Hail o;i Monday evening,  February i(r. ���������  Pi;;i;o Miiftction,   "'Zni.ipaA'C  'J vd wards.     Chords,    '''Soldiers  Chorus,"   (-jIcemen;   Song,   Se-  -icrett.'d,   'A. ��������� (Alters;    Quartette  uAnn;e Laurie," Gieeiu.n; Violin Solo, ���������S'ek'ci'.td, J.    H. . Mac-  niillfin; Pari Song.'-In Absence,"'  (������leeme;i; Song'and   Dance,   Se *  Tected.H. Brenuau;   Duet, uAr  jny and"Navy,"'   Messrs, Edwards  "and Baldwin; Part'Song,-"Alice,  where art tlvu,'' Gleeinen"; Song,  ' ^elcdeil,   S,   Jon".*;    Quartette,  ���������"Alieoid arm  chair," Gleeiuen ;���������  A'iolin' Svlo, '  Svlected,   J,   H,  ivlHCinillau; Song. Selected, Geo.  Raiusell; Sand Dance'", II. Bren-'  v-.ii'ni;   Quintette A ''Ca'last/ophe,"  a il.emen; Pai t'-Soiig,   ''The Sol-  _ t ->7     ��������� c to  7l1rrJF~Fai-e,wrVlTu-8-leein e nt ���������  GOD SAVE THE KING  We print ihu following world  ftn'islies wliieh may be of interest  i ��������� our, iT'suler*?.--  h'slimated Population,    0  .t'-umpo  ./..-ia  Alric.i'  lv  M't'li America"  ivniMi  America  Dui'iinii  400,000,000  900.000,000  170,000,000  110,000,000  85,000,000  8,000,000  1,02^.0.00,000  J'wpiiiiuioM According to  ItlU'Crt.  Moiin-ulinn oi- yellow 055,000.000  "Aniea.nn or Aryan 045,000,000  NAiiujor hind. 170,000,000  fSi-iiiiiie, Jow's,  Aiab.^ He, 80.000.000  Mahiyan, Oi-t.r.iia.otc.   50,000,000  .Led Indian (211,000,000  1,028,000,000  Aef.oi'dir.i,', to  I.eligion.  ClirMi  till  .'. ii holies  240.000,000  i'ruttu'itaiit i  J 00,000,000  . Iri'ck' (J 1 iii vd i  J (.10.000,000  Al'iti iiiinn  .'{,000,000  A niKTiiiiu  1,000,000  Oil.'l'rf  '25n,oo()  ���������  -H)4,350,ooo  .Ntiii-('-lij'i_iiiin,  ('iiiiliiciiiin; i tc.  ,'M-o,gon,<x>o  11 '.iidons  ������5.0,1 ioo,ooo  ���������\i 'li;inilll/"li'iu.-'  !$��������� io, ooo.ooo  j;il''illii������tK  _oo,ooo,ooo  I'nlyilii'ista^  ] lo,Oii(������.Ono  . ! ir-('a.i|lllH'llll!>  *lS,75o,ooo  JfV.l  J (^ 000,000  1,l*2S.75o,io(.  toning one of his latest visits  <u   Montreal,    Lord   Slrallirona  .   ,-!. li-SVll  ,\\l>i.  .1     lH-V.'Sp I'JKl   Ulalii  ihe question of the succession of  IN title. Me said two separate  Aucivpfitcni had been granted  i-i ruiiucr.ioij with this title.  V -- Hint, {iruiitfil iu 1807.  jivnie no provision bn   tho   sue-  s. 1 ., Imt the .*���������'.-.ond, granted  1,1 :������;'.-,*" ciH'd tlicMU'eessiou to  - <i 'ighU'i- and her male heirs,  'i! c I il i lf', *'������������������* i,; lauown, in  ��������� I. .nl   -iui'licoiui   aud   Mount  Cumberland  OPE^fl HOUSE  Courtenay  r_E_tf   HfiiiLt  Bevan  Moving Pictures will  ~be~sirown���������i n~tlfe~above-  places as follows;���������'  jffij Daily 3, ch? nges a week  || Monday, Wednesday  Ifi ancl Saturday, Courtenay; Thursday.    Bevan.  TAjuo Shotiis  Eaeh  Nigh!:  p-3    Prices .as  Usual  ������i  EC  13  *���������* \k-  ���������in  I    '      Vfl  <������  _EES_3_a_^  0  0  ������  ������  (9  Cameron 'Auto  ChEflfllftG  Phone 1074, 521 Superior St  ��������� 'Victoria,' B. C.  6.  &  I  Q  O  We have .for sale'a few slightly used and relmilt  cars in first class condition, which must.be '.'old to meet  ������    real .estate pay in en Is.  |  Buiok, 4 passenger,       |275  g  Ford Touring Car, $325  |  Ford Touring Car,       ��������� $850  I.;' Ford Touring: Car (1912)$425  g  ������ -, Gait,FivePassenger (1912)    ���������  ��������� Demonstrator, *-lii>htlv used, elecric starter,"^    $^7SA  and lioiua. ���������".    '" ''   ;  ������ \   tp2/^U  Ford Tourins' Oar      - :$275  ���������n <^  S and seveial'other Touring Cars and Trucks. ���������,  FEED! FEED FEED!  ." A., B. CRAWFOBD BAE.M     j  X large   stock of shorts,   inuri, crushed oats,- hay and-  ., Jioultij feeil for side at exceptionally low prices,'.  Phoae -855  Courteaay1  lliJlll|ll!ll_llllllJlllllllli:ii;illllllllilllllill!l!lllll!lll!li!llllllll|||||||ll!l!IHItllilH^  i  _  \>P-r>  MAROCCHI BROS  .1  i ��������� <* , '  GROCFRS   &.   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND...BOTTLING  WORKS  u  The first  shipment of our spring stock  of  Shoes have arrived in  Men's Tan and Blaek Button  <adies' Tan, Gun Metal, and' ������������������  0  13  '���������������''"  JL/i  Navy Blue Suede in������  Lace and Button  Watch for our; Sale of Odds and Ends after  ��������� Stock-Taking  Agents for Pilsener l>re;wing Con-pany's BHKR  Wholesale Dealers-'in all Kinds of   '  Wines and Liquors.  THE "IBEAI7' STOBE' ' N&xt"to Tar-oii'i  MpRae, Acton, Hayman  'hi  WHAT'S  IN A NA1MK?  Ivid yloves are not made of  Kiel  but of lambskin or sheep skin.  A titmouse is a bird.  Ha fl iu's Day is  npt a bay,  A sinew mouse i* not a mouse.  Cat gut shouid be sheep gut.  Sealing wax contains no wax.  Slave means noble or ilustri-  ous.  Blind worms   have  eves   and  ������  cau see.  Irish stew is a dish unknown  in Ireland.  Dutch clocks are of (icnnan  nianufiicturc.  Rice paper i.s not made of rieo  or the lice plant,  Cleopatra's needle .should be  named after Tliotmes III  German silver;������ nol silver at  ull, uorof (icnnan origin, 1ml  has heen used iu China for centuries. "  when the title passed from him  the words '-Mount Royal'1 Mould  come lirst, and thai liu-ieibie iii*>  daughter would bu known as  ''the Hardness .Mount Roval and  vStrathcoua.''  B~ST=  ^������v*i5*^'^������v*/<*$iwb<^^ iw*ie*****fryitilt**&i\tmt>ti-ji  THE  iiiiiimiiii  iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii!  'i  ..13  ���������l  I  i  .1  '    B  ���������1  IfMERCE  CAPITAL. $15,000,060 REST, $12;500,000  '   MONEY "ORDERS ..  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money. The's-e Orders,  payable without charge at any bank- in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United Slates, are issued at  the following rates : ,  $5 and under  ,    3 ccntp  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10..-;........   G  "     10      " " 30. 10  "    30      '������ " 50 15  REMI1TANCES  ABROAD  should ba mado hy means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay ot reasonable ratco.  3a I   BERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, Mannger  ������  fi'lio new parcel   post   system  came into effect on IJeb. ioth.  (,va  I "  If I.s I,or������l>hip said the  pjOYJ!. on )\m\  bt ru   ni{^c   \kd\  The man who i.s his own lawyer, has in the majority of case*.  a fooll i'or a elhnt. It is a casa-  of a penny wine and a pond fool.  ish. Some men read over a law  book, aud then think themselves  capable of giving advice to the  Chief Jusiict?.     Thoy j-t^ fy_M,  GO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  KOU   YOII It  Genl Biacksmithing  ���������AND���������  Horseshoeing  Third St.       CumlierlM.d  A protest was entered before  Judj>e Barker ou Wednesday,  against the election of Messrs. T.  JI. Carey and N. MeFaydeu as  school trustees, The proper pro  codttre not being taken, the protest was thrown out. What's the  nen } Whv nnt ho. satisfied with  wlmt wc hnve, and itop tills ev  erlnstiiig wrangle over uoihiug 'i  The Snlzer impciehment trial  A)f;ou  ������335.000,  at   A loony,   .N,   \ )   eo.**t  ovei  CliRii^c pf programme at   tlie  Crown Then!re on Friday nighl  _ ������,������...,-.-  See fh^ Kovtoite f'onif'dv a  the Crown Theatre on Kridav  11������d Satindaiy eveiiinoj.  GlreiiiQn'{������ Concert,  I Wool   Woodl  Wood I  Now is tim lime to pliteo ������  yonr  order   i'or   SI'.,A11 f  WOOD %  S3,G0... per double lond g  -     From The |  Star Livery Stables [|  ^\\l'!!ll!!ll!lilllll!i!llil.'lllllll'l.llil!illlllllilllilffil!!i!lll.'il.,itll:li^  |. Capital Paid Up $11,-63,000. ,   .      -    . ..   Reserve $13,000,000   g  1 DRAFTS.  IS,.UKirlN   ANY    CURUKNCY,   PAYA13U. ,'AlJL J  s'    ��������� ���������   '      OVEU   TUB . WOK Lli. "     '"-   '*'.''*     ' -  -A  ,.,yiy  1 .SPECIAL ATV1CNTION'paid io SAVINGS ACCOUNTS it b.f^t |       )  I nl lii'rlieet .CiirrHit llaii'B ulinwid on liejios il8 of $ 1 aiid.iiiVw.ani6-.    |   .    \  1 0rJ.M33aL_^0, B   C , B aash, Opj'a Daily  I U-IION PAY, B.C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  I D. M. MORRISON,"Manager.  I . f'OUBiTENAY,   ������, C ,    BrartcK;'*'Vpen Daily.    .���������  j '   R. rl    -I.  RDWrckfe^anager. '  l������|llllllllllllllllllllllllllll!l!illlli:illlllllllllllllllilllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllil!IH^  ���������_MQBjjo\3ewaw?*it������jB.TKj_ia rvntTiMii'  I  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  E    DUNSMUiR AVENUE  I ' ���������   '  CUMBERLAND,  HJH���������IIW.  "R  3  mmmnvi*m mjs mm.*m *nt,*������tn\t* ___r_������v *. t*. :^u!*^uA*t 1 *������  Kill SALK-Six-mtuti cou  tn^c; hnth und good ontbnildiugx  Apply A. II.  IViieuy.  VO\l SA IJ. CUKAP���������a five  room cottnjj;������, on Ptuniih Avomui,  Apjdy ut Idi'iil Store.  WAMTF.D -K relinhl.. cvpori  c-'/cwl ^ii'J, hn' goiwrtl, hoiL-.'-wnrlt  A ��������� ood hoiiio for tht-i right jiiM'fion,  A; p'y nc tli������ rofiiiliMicu of Dr. G,  IC. MacNiuigliton, WiudiM'inurii  Aa'L'iwo, oity.  ammm*tmmm������**m*mm*m*m*m*i*9wm**wmmm**m*maa**mmm***^***mmmm*  FOK SALI'VU'J'^o ������"������������! 10  K.'i'o. of Ihij'1 on )Jo)'������. Roid,  ���������lo.������e t.������ town, Ti'imiih * J 50.00  lown. I iilnnci! iiiontlily. IJdin-u  1 j riMit. Apply )>, I), liyx 1U0  r this ������tlici'.  PJr^tncn'a Mnstjucru'Je,  =V. BOfiO^A  M_Wr<h_Ma������WrfJU_ril4.. t**J*������|  Masiufaotiu'er of MINERAL WATER  CUMBERLAND  P. O, BOX 4(33  PHONE 20....  timtmvwKnrrmmmmtiPu.  .T,_.-T������������������_^..������������������-.-���������--,���������-,---,_..���������-_������������������_.., __���������,__.T_1T.rrr,.nnrr|rtr)MT1n|r1r1|r1|ni|Tir1Mt||  tsxanm^mmiKMEXsaao'.  IF YOU GCT IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Biq Fall in  V'm  I I!  During 5tocl.-t:t.;ing wo hnvo found that wo  havo quite a number of second-limitl shop-  fjoilocl iintl "returned from hire" machines  anr! :ire hnlrlincr un ond n( sousfm r.loaranco  at big price reductions.    Lopk into this..  Thos. Plimley  739 Y TBS STREET  VICTORIA, B. C.  * ������1  ll  *        a,i  ��������� 4  1   A  Y

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