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 ���������*    .-,���������, ;���������. ~/a  ���������'..- -���������"; "��������������������������� .,'*.��������� ��������� -.-'**.  V "'.jf:- :.,/"-'  ^-^KO^r^y^tfip <\0',  A" -*w. - ������* v "V r,' /  yfy   .:   ������ -- .*- -.- * "��������� -*  ���������^  ^  A- Journal Devoted Especially,  fco the Interests of Comox District.  Tiie News, Twentieth Yea&  'CUMBERLAND, 13. ;'C.\ WEDNESDAY, FEB.  18, :gi_  Subscription #1.00 a ..ear-  THE BIG STORE  Mr.  In San Diego, Cal.  We have been fortunate   in  securing th. sole agency' for  these   Co:sets   in    Cumber-  -    land     "     -    *  For Infants,' Oliildrens, IM is  ses and Ladies  lbeD..& A.  and 'La   Diva   Corsets   are  correct.  Well Ivnovn Old Time  Resident  of Cuiniierlitiid Passes  Away ���������  Iu California!! City  Word was received in this city  on Monday, of the death  of Mr.  Andrew Mcluiight at San Diego,  California,  ou   the 14th   h.sl.  which will be   deeply   regretted  by his many.friends and acquaiu  tunces here,   The deceased   was  for many years a resident of this  town, and' was   a   trusted   and  much esteemed   employee oi' the  old Wellington Colliery Co,', and  after that company ceased to ex"������  ist, was manager tor   eoine. time  of our   local   waterworks   company.   Those who  were favored  with his friendship or  close,' ac'-'  -quaititauce, knew him  to   be'   a  'man of sterling   worth and a' big  kindlv   heart.    Mr.'   Mcknight  at'the time of his depaiture- lor  .California, jn search   of   health',  wa. master hit'chanic atthe-Brit  anuia Mines. ' He was a man,in  tho true sense of the word, and, as  such, the cotmnuuitv  in   which  I ' -A . '   I    '���������  he lived and labored, is much the  P  xiorei' in liis taking off.  SIMON LEISER& Co  DuiiFjmiiV A veil up,  s  Grand Succbs  .LIMITED..,- ."  PJJONK ii., 'CUMBERLAND  .  Something New  In The Dancing Line  The following is tho list of dan  'ces which conijosed the  program  of tho   Filth   Annual   Printers'  Hull, held recently  in tlio ,Itich���������  mond    Armory,   Broadway   and  4_rd Street, iS'tjw York.  1, . JJuimy .Hug  S3,    Buffalo Bump  ii.    Grimly Hear  ��������� " 'I,   Dolovun Dip  0.   Turkey Trot.'  Old Fashioned Quadrille  Lobster Crawl   ()  Boston Glide  Now York Splash  Sofa Snoo/.u,  l^uil Jones  likely tho nbovo dances  will bo danced nt tho' near future  by   CuniborlaucTs enthusiasts in  lho art,  0,  7.  8.  I).  10.  U.  It is  Would Raise Titanic  ge  Colorado Man Hopes to I'ecover  Stiukon Steamship Aud   Fit  It Again For Sea  Don't forgot to come to the  Presbyterian church ou Thursday evoniug for a good time.  'Mr, McMillan will begiu the cu-  tcrtninuicul at 8 o'clock, sharp  with violin solo. A lady will  sit at the spinning wheel, spinning, as in lho days of yore,  Either oMhcsc   are   worth   the  price of admission.  ���������    0         Tlm remains of the late Miss  A. Johnson, (laughter of Mr, and  Mrs. G. R. Johnson, of No, 8  townsite, who died 011 the 10th  just., were shipped to Holling-  iiam on fcjiiiuiay lur interment.  Kev.J, Hood conducted religious .services ut the undertaking  parlors ou Saturday.  OARD.OF THANKS.  Mr. and Mrs, CJ. R. Johnson,  of No. 8 Mine, wish to thank ull  tho.se, who tendered their kindly  s\inp.ill������> "������>d ii****i"laiiee dtuing  Iheir reCClit t;MV������ivcnicj-t.  Charles Smith,, au architect of  Denver, Color, will attempt to  raise,the lost Titanic, 'ecover the  bodies from its' hold and again lit  lho ship for sea, Ho hopes to ho  able to curry ont the .oIumiio this  year.  One of the most difficult features of tho attempt will lib finding  tho groat liner. Aftor locating it  Smith intends.to lower a submarine bout, carrying seven persons,  by means of a steel cable. Tlio  submarine will bo attached to a  ship on the MiiTaeo, and communication is to bo hud by means of a  telephone and electric signal bolls.  Tho submarino is to bo oporat  oil by ulootricily, furnished  through cables from the ship ub  ovp, and is to bo especially cou-  ���������stiacted so ns to withstand tho  terrific piwuro, which ia estimated to bo almost forty tons a  square foot.  As lh'5 submarine is lowered  powerful t'k'olriu magnets will be  at Inched to its pruw, Light steel  cables are lo bo attached to the  magnets, the other end, of which  will bu wound around steam winches on kcows on the surface,���������  Kxchungu.  , The entertainment--".given.-by  the (-lenuen-ou hist Monday ;ev  ei_iug,'was a' decided success.' aiKl_  those who were unable to attend  missed a   treat.    The   program  a*; published,->yas . .we_L._carffc:$-v  out, each number   receiving' can  enthusiastic encore, "and  -in   al  -most-every instance  was  kindly  responded   to.    In   addition    to-  glees, solos and   quartettes   rendered by the members.   Mr   C.  Edwards rendered a piano selccti  on }n a tnusicauly  manner,   and  our old  favorite,   Mr. McMillan,  violin,   accompanied     by'   Mis-s  Frame, piano, was   never   heard  to better advantage.    Mr. Breu-  nan's' clever dancing   was very  much,   enjoyed.'   l.ev.     B,   C.  Freeman, chairman,   iir a   partio  tihirly    happy  vein,   opened tho  entortaiuir.out,.   and    introduced  each number, elding miieh to the  pleasure  of tho evening,  Judge Morrison's/  Pertinent Remarks  -The New Vest mi n tor Columbian pays that dun'ii_.the course  <>f his remarks to the fourteen liberated Illinois, His Lordship, Mr.  Justice Morrison took occasion to  refer to wlmt he had lu-artl of the  conduct of tho Nanaimo miner,  Bill English, whom he had liber-  a'ed on suspended sentenceininie-  diittely after his conviction 011 im  unlawful assembly charge last  svtek.  ./-I havo been told," "said' hie  Lordship, *'lluit English, immediately ou his release, lotnnied to  Nanaimo' nnd began to abuse the.  police, in fact that, he,did everything it would he expected a dis-'  honorable man would do, It has  been reported to ine that KaMis'ii  stated ' on his return to Nanaimo  that everything w'as"all right here  at the assizes for the miner., and  that he had been,allowed to go because nothing else could-be done  with him. I am told this is the  second time such a thim" has been  done.." What I have heard of  English may not be. true, litif I  think that if it is untrue, he  should appear in this court and  say so. Ho . is not now within  my power, but i think that would  bu  the honorable course fur   bun.  rc *  to pursue, if what 1 have heard of  him is .not.true.' Such''acts' as  these make it difficult for indues  to extend the leniency whicli.they  ahvavs desire"to''extend._J   ^macfarlane bros., ltd  j> "the square DEALING HOUSE." h  We are now placing ih vstoci_ our'  New Spring Supply of fresli, up-to-  date goods in all departments.  Sec our arrivals of all       .  Silks, Velvets  and  Dress Goods  ���������    Call and let us explain how you  can obtain a  , ' -*  ERN  of the   Ladies'  Home   Journal    Patterns.      This offer good forgone, week ������  beginning February 23rd  Our stock of Embroidery,   Silks | *������  and Crochet Cotton is now complete.  ~<&-  "I.allyregounagluagh" is the  natue-qf.a place, in...Ireland....,is  it. any wonder tbat Irishmen  .have big mouths?  DENMAN* ISLAND.  >-**j*j������saMVM*i  We Have it  Happy Valley notes will appear  in our next issiu-,  Chart's and  .���������ujiilerchurmis are  being made in the Dominion and  1), U, piirliitiiKMits, in regard lo  thn Vancouver Island strike situation,    Go ut il,  ..HV-  BAZAAR AND DANCE.  Dou't forget the Church of  ���������'H::g-.:::d ll.:;:;;.;;' a.\:A Dance in  the Cumberland Hall on the af  tetuoou uud evening of Tuesday,  February 24th. Tlio ladies will  please remember the afternoon  pan of this tiff iir, also the even  in;; by j.o:b belie: and :;'.���������:;'lc  men.  A few hours work ou onr  street crossing, with a.shovel and  broom, would bc very much  appreciated by those of our citizens who are not the possessors  of gum boots. Will the Board  01 Works please act upon this  hint ? This woik would not  call for auy cxtva expenditure of  ciiy money.  II our citizens troubled litem-  sslvcs less about strike* aud the  upsetting ol elcttious, aud us.'d  the same cuevgy lowaul betur-jjli  \\y.r the ('(Mulitint f>f "r ei,y,  sanitary, au<l odtetwise, it would  be much better lor all concerned.  A small quantity of oil properly distributed, wiil calm qui'e au  area of angry .^;t. rumntuui-  lies, like nation, di\:'1,d :i;;'iin-l  il.sclb cuiiuot, .sland,  The Craham-McFii'rlanc mill,  is very busy at present, having  orders booked for several mouths  ahead. Several residential houses have been placed - in tlie  hands of tho contractors,  It is pleading to note that one  of our esteemed young men. \v;d  erect a bungalow on his ranch  in the near future. Fellows  wake up !    ,     ' .  Mr. Yapp, superintendent of  SquamUh Timber Co., is off to  Vancouver on business.  Mrs. Scott and family wevo pns  ^tigers by Sunday's boat, for Van  couvor, where Uiey 'will inake  their home. ,,  Mr, I'Yctl Pierey has ivturncd  from a business and pleasure trip  tn Sou ml Cities,  Tho new dance hull tluil the  Islanders have heen wishiii" for.  i* rapidly i-cnriiijr complution,  and when fiuishcil wil! bo uoi nothing the Dt'iiiminites win be  proud of. '  MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Tho year 1014 promises to  break all record.* in tho develop  mont of tho It-land. Tho Squam  ish Timber Co. aro now operating  in full swing. Thoy hnvo now  four miles of railroad. Will thert.  be any tin.ber left when this  company closes down '{ Now is  the time to dispose of your timber claims.  It is rumoured that Ouo. II,  Doiui, now operating at Mud Buy,  intends, moving to thu Island in  tho near future, Hugh ClilTo, act  <ng us manaijer.  Change of  Ads,, this wci-k  for Campbell Bros. Simon Leiser  nud M.'icl'arlnue Bros, Read these,  they may prove of interest to  yon.  MARIUKD���������At Holy.Trinity  Church, ou Tuesday, Keb. 17th,  by the Rov. Franklin-Watson,  Mr. Hugh Vincent Brennan aud  Miss Flonte Williams.  .1 ,j,   Mrs.   Montgomery, wifo of Dr.  r* a  Montgomery, Compnny surgeon  at Bovan, has arrived from Vancouver.  1,  -��������������������������� ���������<������������������������    ���������        '       -  Cumberland Liberal Association will mud five delegates to  the Liberal'Convention to lubeld  in Victoria 011 tho Ji.1), 20 and 27,  of this month. Coiirleruiy will  send five, Denman Inland one,  I'nion Bay ono.  A laugh for every minute at  the l'li'.sbytciiau church on  Thursday iiight. "Tbe Mig Man  Imoiii Utuce" sajs so, and he  knows.  Esas  *flf*jStrMiii^������tt*.^ie*t I****,  CAMPBELLS  n  W't! are showing this weok a complete rnngo of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, comprising:���������Tweeds. Cashmeres, Ratines, Bed  ford fiords, Serges, Poplins and Panamas.  hpi'Ci.tl value, in 44 inch twood, stutnldo f(������r children's school wenr  at 40c per yard  Choice .selections ol exclusive patterns in 32 inch width, fast color Knglish  Prims at 7 vard*. for $1 nn  Anderson Famous Ginghams in small, large checks and Plaids at 7yds for $1.oo  Crcpc Cloths, Crcpons, and Riplcls, in plain and fancies-Ducks, Piques, Vesting,  Wraps, Chambrays, Organdies, and Spot Muslins. The season's styles in ladies' ami  Misses' Dresses.   Complete range of Misses' & Children's Colored Dresses & Pinafore* j  m*mm-*m~J.  CAMPBELL  ���������***   *******  (3  tiL-lVZZtmT:Zm^.tt3ZmZ^ i-?-r7
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A Debt
By Edgar Wallace
Ward, Lock    &,Co.,    Limited
Londor, Melbourne and Toronto
Trcbollno, tapping his teeth -with hia
ring. Ldid not hear that; all that 1
heard-.was'���rtJia,t = they were conspiring
togethgiyjspjpve us an unpleasant surprise. \T!'^ou , understand, my ��� dear
friend? "
No   gendarme   baiting,   no
ot rmmiclpal    clocks,    but
On tlio afternoon of March 4th, 1803,
Mr. Trebolino, tlio chief of the French
Detective Department, was sitting in
.. his office 'in a thoughtful framo of
mind. His big desk chair hnd been
drawn to an open tire which blazed
cheerily in the grate, for the day was
pkroingly cold and Paris lay undet n
-At.HiC of snow,
France was passing throusli a pas-
give period of lawfulness wliich was
p.irlk'iilai'ly complimentary to-tho -yn-
ius of the? Italian who liad adopted the
nationality of France with some pro-
,   'fit to himself.
Crime ran  in normal  grooves, the
mystery of. the Seven Hanks had been
.,satisfactorily cleared up, ancl M. Tre-
���  ���        bolino was. enjoying a rest.     It was
the bus driver's holiday for him���no'
other would have pleased hlni.     The,
smaller   incidents    which   ordinarily! anarchism-
would have engaged the attention of
' liis subordinates, were in the circumstances  big enough  to' interest  him,
and such an incident now occupied the
restless brain of the man, who, perhaps, more than any other in modern
limes, fought crime effectively.
.   ,     lie reached forward and pressed a
.Vjell push by the side of the fireplace,
"and a clerk answered the summons.
.    Send JI.  Lecom.te. to nio,  lie said,
without  withdrawing  his   gaze   from
tho dancing flames.
In a few moments   there    was    a
knock on the door and the dapper Le-
oornle, fated lo tal:o the place of his
chief, camo in.
" M. Lecomte, said the great defective
looking up with a smile cf welcome,
seat yoii; if you please. Have you
heard of a certain 'Crime Club' which
exists in this Paris of yours?
M. Lecomte nodded.
It is amusing, that-'Cercle de Crime,'
As it not?      Trcbolino wont on  with
a smile, but I am not easy in my mind,
and * think you had best break it up.
Students are the devil.
Will it not break itself? asked- Lccomte.
The detective pursed his lips as one
wlio had thought both ways aud was
decided on one.
What do you know of it? he asked.
No moro than yourself, said Lecomte'stretching out his fingers to the
blaze, a number of. students, join 16-
 . ��� getl.o]-, Lliey have solemn rituals, pass
~ Wi*Tls7^irtiTs==tlro~\v-jiole--pai'apli er-nal-.
la of mystic brotherhood, and they
meet in,, divers secret places, all oi
which a.e l-V.own to the police a week
Ho laughed softly and Trebolino-
Each member swears to break some
law of France, Lccomte went on, so
far they have confined their illegalities to annoying one poor gendarme.
They threw one into the Seine, commented the chief.
And tive of the rascals nearly lost
their lives getting him oui, chuckled
Lecomte, Ave gave them three days
detention and lined them each a hundred francs tor that.
Nothing. m( ie?
Nothing  more���their crimes    have
never got beyond opera bluff.
.    Still tho chief was not'satisfied,
t think we will put a period to their
folly, lio said, I, underst'iii-d student?,
and know something of" the. emulating
spirit of youth. Tlioro is a member
Loeomle nodded.
This Willels, said the chief "slowly,
Js something ci' an artist; lio shares
lodftingH with another youth, Corn-
stock Hell, an American.
lie shared,, corniced tho oilier, Mr,
Roll is a rich man nud win unirlfy lils
whims; lie is also n fastidious mnn���
and Mr, Willetts drinks,
So  thoy  have  parted? cominoiitc <|
Thick, Fino and Red, Agony of I Idling and Burning Frightful, Ono
Cako of Cuticura Soap and Box
of Cuticura Olnlmont Cured,
Txv.'r Mii-.ii.v, X. S.-~"At Hrnt, wo
llnviinlil my cliild'.s irmililo wiih IiIh'Ii-oIIi.
Tlio wlmli) lioily nii.h ii solid iii.ili iind nt I lio
U\ ���'"'in plis /mil I'llniMH nnd
llil/ilis tlin Xai ciiuui ol. ii'i
If Jio bud l.ci'ii M'iddcd. lt
twin n U'l'j' thick lino rii.li,
red In color nnd Jul easily
Id'liy mill hui'iilni!. Tin)
Mn Just wiped nlT Inn Ins? n
niv/ M-ro wlili IM i Iii niu'Hi h
Of JYlltlW  unit lIT ill   (Ill'Ml.
Tlin kMii on every tlnr-rr tnilt, down on
vwh i.ldn aud lnoki-il llko ,-i rnlllo. His lcm
hnilid nnt In IIMln ,vo||m. pimple-) nm) Ilio
IXX11uu rtf liljifi'i'l. did ilii'c.iiiii'iiii'Hii,- irmiM
mi.- iiiii<niiii| riot, nijili, ijui|, ilii.'j'o vfvro iilnn
Clll'l;IiibJii liJi/iTl.
" J im iiMu.i^ o( ui inn,; .in., if...,:,,,,; !'..���;
liOiiii'tJilnx fii;;lilfnl, If In* 1,'nl. a rhnnrrslm
vo'iM wr:iii-u llm hl.ln vli'.lit. off and mako a
���oro, Imt In pi'i'w.'iil that I mado niliiciri
tor lilm out, nf col ion. livery nlnlit frnm
���ncho ii'ili'.'l; until tlir<'o In ilio iiionilm.
UU IWJlllil .Uiui lo bn 1111.011 I'll Hul. ...   i-v-
and'rocked, lils hiiiri-rliiBi wore no bad.
I "Willi no permanent euro Jn Midi, f sot
tlm Ciitk'uru Hmp and Olm.ii';.il. Tho
flitt rilulil the child tikvl tlio vlHy )ii(jh.
throng.!, tlm flirt nlnht for four liuntlis. i
am thankful to wiy tlio euro wni mmpleio
anft I }.,it ��jot vim-..l.'i of ^'uilriir;iSu!i|i:tnd
duo box ot Cutlcnrii ointment." (SlanciU
>fri, n.-.i-imrl Hli-lii-,. Mny .7,101-1.
I'litlciira t'njiii -.iii'l ointment Juki i".i-ry��
where,   I'or 111), ral freo H:itiii>l��orra<*ha with
Vi-p. twwk, rn-ml it-i-t-.aiil to J**iit*-r Drug
4 Clium, Corp., Urpt. I), Hwiton, V.8. A*
��� mm ���  i�� ���    i
a^.. ..���. _    .       .. , .
VV. N. U. 031
crime, men's crime.
He rose abruptly.
It Is time.we stopped this amuse-'
ment���par bleu! The ciuartler must
find other diversions. I like my little students, they are bon garcon, but
they must be naughty without being
nasty.     Seo to that, dear friend,  y
Lecomte left the bureau with an
inward smile, for lie was a good
friend of the students,- dined with
them at times, and was a welcome
figure in the ateliers.
That night after ho had left the
bureau ho mado his way to tho Cafe
of the Savages���a happy piece of prophetic nomenclature, ho thought, for
here the wilder spirits of lho Latin
Quarter congregated for dinner.
Welcomo V. le prociireur!"' they
���' Somebody made place for him at.'tlie
big 'able in the inner saloon. A handsome youth with a sweep of his hand'
cleared a space at the table.
Lecomte looked at the boy with
moro than 'usual interest. Tie was
tall, fair, athletic, with bis grey eyes
that sparkled now with good nature.
You have conic in time, my policeman, he paid gravely, to hear a fascinating discourse on the propriety of
our friend, he jerked his
bond to a wild, haired French youth
witli an untidy beard���our friend was
remarking ns you entered that the as-
'sassinalion of a policeman,is justified
by the divine Aristotle
I am of lho Stoics, said Lecomte,
what would yu?
' Anarchy, said the, bearded youth
fiercelv, is the real order,' the true
la-, ��� '
And you have pink eyes and a green
nose, said the young chief of, the police inconsp-picntlv as .he poured., himself a glass of wine.
- I am prepared,to debate that, said
the other, when thot.u.ghter which inconsequence invariably provokes had
died down, my friend Willetts���he indicated a drowsy youth with a peaked
whi to face, my. friend Willetts��� he
proceeded fo illustrate his argument
on anarchy by drawing upon the ex-
perioncps of his companion.
Your friend also. IU. Bell?.asked the
policeman, lowering his voice,'
The tali young man raised his eyebrows.
Why? he asked coldly.
If. Lecomte shrugged his shoulders
For the
lie said vaguely,
concerning"'   your    Crime
���  We learn
A look of anxiety came .into Corn-
stock Bell's eyes.
That -.-as folly-- he began, then
slopped short, and no effort of Lecomte could induce him to reopen the
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It requires a lot of courage and charity to be pliilantbropic,_said Sir Thomas Linton onco. 'I remember when
I was just starting in business I was
very poor, and marking every sacrifice
to enlitrgo my littlo shop. My only
assistant was a boy of fourteen, faithful,' willing and honest. One day I
heard lilm complaining, and with justice, that he was ashamed to go to any
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this year, he told me. Dad's out of
woi-k, and it t-.ke's all my wages to
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cessor,  searching  his  cabinet,   came
upon it.
��� It is best there should be no scandal
upon a ��50 note obviously forged.
I will send '.hi; .to the Bank of England, he said, and Lecomte who could
have explained the cimcumstances under which the noto camo into Trebo-
lino's possession, was away in Lyons.
(To be Continued)
crime' arise in conversation
��� A laughing question put by one of
the. students cut into the conversation
and he shook his head reprovingly.
Ko���he did not die. It takes worse
than a ducking to kill a member of tha
municipal police���which reminds me
gentlemen, that I want you to put a
period���to quote M. Trebolino���lo this
famous club of your:..
' Apres! '
It was the, shrill voice of the young
man addressed as Willetts that spoke.
He had seemed to bo dozing, taking
lil tie or no interest in the proceedings.
Lecomte, watching him, had marked
the unhealthy pallor of his face, detected in the slight ' flush over the
cheekbones, evidence of Willetts' failing,
Ilo had suddenly' awakened from his
Fomnolent mood. His cyeu were wide
open and hright.
Apres mcsscui's! he said exull anl ly,
you shall tfhul down our little circle,
but it shall justify its name, its aspirations, and ils worthy member...
Lecomlo thought that Comstock
looked pale and hie face a little drawn
as ilie drunkard wont on,.
Hero is M. Hell, Willetts made .in
extravagant littlo bow. to tlie other
and would hnvo fallen over lho table
but tlui young man with anarchistic
tendencies put out Lis hand nnd saved
Mr. r.rll, Willetts wont on, is the
great American, a enplliiHst, and until recently my honored companion in
crime. But we havo disagreed, Mr.
Boll Is too nice, (.hero was a sneer in
his laugh, liourgpoise, by Bacchus!
Unrrapntifcdvo lo I lio joio do vivre
which is very good UudenT.. peculiar
hoi'liugi'.     Moreover a poltroon!
llr>  :qa;i'   -in  word  nlnn,.',' III"  tn bio.
Iu lil-i cups Wlllottfi wnt   a   vicious
brute nt nil Un.io miow.
(.oniHtoel. Hell mid nothing, eyeing
tile ctlici* ulciiill y.
We��� Willrlla wn:. going on, when
a man entile Into tin*- en i'o, and seiireh-
lug the faces of Lho diners discerned
Ono lnoiiU'iil, Riiitleineii, mid (ho
pnlleein'aii and roue to moot, the newcomer, They eonvornod together |n
low Milieu, They n:i\v Lecomte fiown,
heard his ptnrilcd exchinnition nnd
riiw htm hi'.lf (urn. lie continued
ti.ll.lnn, willl In tlie :.���"-���'��� low tone,
iIumi he eiiini. back (o ilie (nidi..
<>iill.'i.icn, lie :alil, nnd III*, voire
had a liai'd ring, :hln iiflcrnooii a fifty
p<niml I'.iigliidi banknote wan cliiinged
at Cui-kB in the I'lil/ioc de )'Oper;;���
ilint noto wan a forgery.
Tlioro wiih n  fl-'iid Mllenoe.
It wan i'ii.u]iod by n sluilont nnd op
iho back in peiicil wnn written "C do
t-. ��� mil- i.> ni- jA-i. ...A. I  -V.'V  '"���':
:'.,���  .:,*' ��� 'lem*"".   who  wn��   vonpnntdbloj
to iitiend the bureau of tlio chief of I
Uio 1'olif'o to-morrow 'morning. J
Xo ono iiiti'inU'd M, Trfrbolino'r* of-!
lloo on tlm following day. Wlllettt-j
wan called to London that pi.tno night.
I ii-.iis.hu i,   j,A;  :..'_  "...    '.': .   '"'!!!"  *""!''  '
M. Lecomte saw .hem leave though
neither knew thin. Throe ��1s\}'h later
tic rwlvod ti '.'50 JhiiUc nt Knglnnd
note will) no iiiiino or ad'iif'HH attached
but a typewritten noto wlifcli raid:
Make reparation ty .t.'ousin. Cook.
;.f. l.orou^f roM.ir.'*4d fho mutter to
hiu chief and Trelmlliirt nodded.
V in >""���! there should lie no nrnndn).
lie put tin* fo'jv-rj noto into iii�� pri-
viito cabinet and eventually forgot ail
about it.
Many yearn after tho s-roat iluice.-
ttvo w,i��'idiot (loud wiill.it, attempting
to ;irrt!*l nn  .".narcbiM,  ��� *.<1  tils Biie-
Legion  of  Honor .  .,
Members- of .the Frenc.i Legion of
Honor are so numerous in France that
the once highly-prized little strip of
red ' ribbon_Jias_a]most ceac-.d to be
a mark" of" parlictnaf-dlstiirction^l-Jui--1
ing rcce it years a number of prominent Frenchmen -have even' refused it,
saying that they preferred not to have:
a decoration rather than accept one..
Some Ball Game
'-T1-. several in embers of the family
had boon >U-:'.ng wbat tbey would on
if thoy owned tho world. Mother
would abolish poverty. Father would
provide absolutely justice for all. Sister Sarah 'would givo every woman
the vote. Finally the views of ten-
year-old Johnny wero sought.
,. What 'ud 1 do if I owned the
world? said he, looking up from a
geography ho had been studying. Well
I'll tell you what I'd do. First I'd
get old Atlas to sig.i up two baseball
teams among his brothers and cousins,
then I'd Jay out a diamond on the desert ot Sahara, put the Rocky mountains around it for a fence, give the
players the moon for a ball and the
north pole for a bat, and say, maybe
I wouldn't sit on top of Pikes "peak-
ahd see some hall game.
Goetl and Stage Animals
Goethe severed bis connection with
tho Weimar theatre owing to .the appearance of an animal on the stage:
For twenty-seven years he ruled there
as a despotic director. The direction,
be wrote to his chief assistant, acts
according to its own views and not in
tho least according to the demands of
the public. ��� Once for all understand
that th' public must be controlled.
Owing to the suppression of approval
or disapproval by the ,.ublic only tho
court and the Jena, student's continued
to'attend the theatre. ���
, The crash c'.-.mc when Duke Karl
August invited an acta- who had "scored heavily with a performing poodle in
'The Dog of Mon'targis' to play at Weimar. After tlie ilrst rehearsal he declined to have anythin-_ more to do
with a" theatre ':he boards of which had
been desecrated by-'the presence of
an .nimal.
There is a saying in China that to
make a perfect cup of tea you must
take leaves from Miugshan and water
Jlfrpin the Yanktze.    No one supposed
which had becomo so common,    , AK*tli,e actual, turbid  river water to be
most "all the other French orders'have
shared a similar fate, The only decoration which appears to have kept
ils place and original value is the
Labor Order,. conferred on employes
who have, worked for lho same firm
for thirty years or more.
Any man' who wauts to he president of Mexico must have an unconquerable itch for oflice,
Nick���Are you a good card player?
Dick���Xo, At bridge I am a regular
Nick���What do yon mean���a regular Iloratius.
Dick���I keep .tlio other,, from coming across,
The Price of Eggs   ���
Shall 1 dissolve another pearl in the
chntico for   ; our   breakfast?   asked
No, replied Cleopatra. Pearls are too
inexpensive mid commonplace.     Boll
mo nn oaff.
Sure Thing
What aro union ra.Ofi, pa?
Wedding fees, my son.
Comparative Manners.
Mrn. .Tonofi���feo you got i-.nl>i at
ninnk's Theatre? How did you llnd
iheir uow box ollien until?
.Tones���-He was so rude that he
Hindu ;v.e feel like a C'hoslorllold,
Ob, Papa
Minn Klip-I wish no in one would
give nion mi iiW h--v to put on u
hair l ol.
FiilVior���1 wIMi i-onid uuo would give
you an idea in j.ul under your hair
A  Narrow I'flcnpc
Ily Jove, 1 hnd it inrrow onenpe yes-
lord n y,
Heally!  Uow?
Well, four of ur ��� ore lunching together, mid, of ofiiii'KO-���you know how
one Iiiih to on that .-,orl. of neoiinlon���
wo each liifilHtod on slumping up and
paying the bill,
Yoh, remarked ..In frlond. Hut what
aboil! iho narrow oseupe?
TIuiI'b Just I'. Vnr n minuto or two
It looki'.l very nine'., an though I'd
overplayed the gniuc and tin* oilier
ihvor, rrnlly woro nolng to lca\o nio
witli Unit bill to pay.
Dewey on Fnrrnjjiit
l-'iU'i'.ie:��i ban nlwuyn be.'i. my ideal
of the naval '.fllecr���u.-bann, decisive,
ludoiiiiinblo. Whone'ei l hnvo been
)o ., iHnVnit situation or In the mbifit
Of tilli'll it <��� OIlf.l-'i.'M Ol  ili'Klllii ln.li   , lie
tdiuple awl right I liln;, to do s-'ocniod
Jjn/y, 1 hcive oftni aAi'.'d myself,
'Wi'i.n would riirragut do? In the
couirio of lit- propa .'at Ion ���. fjr Manila
bay I ofron n.ulti*il riiyn''lf tills (\nof
tlon. and I co.ifoH.s tl at I wns thinking
meant, but no one could explain the
proverb until De Itosthorn, who wrote
an interesting treatise on Chinese tow
solved the problem or thought be" did
De Rosthorn was once crossing the
Vangtzo near its mouth, at Chenk'
lang, whon he caw some men in a bo..t
dipping water into buckets. He in
quired why (hey did that and was told
that at tho bottom of the bay tlioro
was" dry land, nnd that this spring'
water was highly esteemed in cookery, Mere then, be concluded, bo bad
found that special water of tho Yatig-
tzo which, will* Miugshan leaves,
made tho best cup of tea In tho world.
Ono trouble wiib, tbe legitimate
drama of tbo day is that as a rule it
is not legitimate and it is _ mighty
poor drama,
Somo of tbe continental ��� countries
have adopted tiiu hventy-four hour
hour system. Hope/it does not roach
this country. Thin.c (" waking up In
the early morning hours and lintonlng
to a clock striking twenty' times or
Stale uf Onlo, "Hy rt Toledo,   \    r.9
1,liens County, I
Fri-nk J. Cheney makes r>(i(h..(Iir.t lie
is cenlor parin<<r of Die fli-p. of K. .1,
Cheney & Co,, doing business In lhe Citv
of Voli'do, County nml Suite nfovewild,
nnd Hint cnld firm will nny tlio sum nt
ONU llI'MIHtl'.!) DOLLAItS for i-ncli
nnd evorv ofi.se of Cninrrh thnt (*nniint
be.     onn il    by    the    usin    of    IIAI.I/S
catakkii cenn.
VUANK   .1.   CllKX^v,
Sworn   lo   .loforo   nie   nml   Miliserlliod
In my pi'i'Meuec,  ilii.-. '
nor,   A. 1.1.   1SSU.
ISesil) A.
Of     ll.'
\V.  rsT.F.ASON,
Nolnry   PuV.llo
Mnll'H   Cntiiri'li   Cwo   Ih   in ken   Intern-
nllv   end   nol..   illreelly   in,nn   Uif!   blood
nn'l   i nieiiurt   Mirl'nroH   of   lho     Hj-i'trin.
Semi for loHllimmliiK  free,
V.  .1,  CUM.VKV <<: ��.'(��,, Toli-iJo, O.
.    Sub) bv nil UniBRlHtn, 'In.
'I'nlci IIiiII'h Kainlly 1'llln   for   r.->n."U-
Bombay's DIrJ Market
II is a common piactico In India to
keep blids um pots Iii captivity, par-
mis belli.', iinmr, popular for thin purpose, but coeknloeH, mnliin:. ia small-
or Id ml of lallfln b'.;A), oannry birds
.loves and ,",n<y beaded lovo hlriLi nro
nli=o .'efpionlly neon In cages. Tlio
bird n.aikol. at. on,bay Is ino of Ibe
unlqiio Hlnhtfi of tli.it city, thorn lie.
Ing offered for sain lb ve thousands of
birds, cbielly frnm India an' lho oust
eoiiHt'of Afrlon, OR'if.'clnlly Znuzltnr.
Interesting People
Gen. 2ir R. Baden Powell showed a
marked arlistic skill when yet a child
His family treasures a spirited draw
ing which he mad-v of some Arab?
leading camels . through- the desert.
The- leader was represented leaving
pieces of paper to mark his track for
those who were fot'.owing. Thus early
the head of the bey scout movement
snowed his scouting intuition.' As a
ooy of 12 ho had mado a collection of
excellent sketches which his mother
showed to Ruskin, expressing concern
however, that her son drew with his
left hand. The master, after examining the sketches with evident pleasure, said: Madam, let you boy. draw
with which hand ho likes. Tho general has remained ambidextrous and
encourages scout's to cultivate this useful faculty.
One of Robert Louis Stevenson's
contemporaries describes,,tho author:
His hair was smioth and parted'in the
middle and fell bslow the'dollar of
his eoat; ho wore a black flannel shirt
with a curious knitted tie twisted in
a knot, dark trousers, a pea jacket
and n whlto sombero bat. Hut the most
astounding item '���! ill bis costume was
a, lady's sealskin capo, which ho wore
about Ills shoulders, fastened at th?
neck by a fancy brooch, which also
held together a bunch of hr.lt a dozen
daffodils. T think these Anal, touches
to his toilet -must havo been added bv
loving hands without his knowledge or
consent. ,    ���
Sir Rufus Isaacs, England's new
chief Justice was an idler as a school
boy. Lessons ho left unlearnt, class
work he shirked ancl mischief was. his
only devotion, writes one wbo knew
him. . Nor was tho mischievousness
only in himself���he delighted in inspir-
ing others in his 'wicked wavs.' Indeed, my recollections of him ts always of a demoniocal. young, mischievous imp; with sparkling eyes,-'who
was always in disgrr.ee or being caned
and yet withal was ever'merry and do-
-lciously humorous. ' ' ,)-���>
I was cured of painful   Goitre    bv
.Chatham, Ont.
I was cured   of   Inflammation    hv
,    MRS. \V. A. JOHNSON.
Walsh, Ont.
I was cured of' Facial f-'euralgia bv
J.���1I. BAILEY.
��� Parkdale, Ont.    ���
An  Extrei.ie Case
Wombat carries his craze for economy to excess. ���;
How much?
Saw him around yesterday trying to
find somebody who ipnld Dt new bristles to an old toothbrush."
The chauffeur stuck his left hand out,
A signal,.'Stop a minute.'
A lawyer rushed right up and placed
A piece of paper in it.
In case of accident, i'_ read,
I'm at your service.   Skinnem Dead.
_. Information '
In this country, asked the foreigner, does it cost anything to have one's
name changed?
Yes, answered the native. Usually
it costs tho young man from 52,50 to
Miller's Worm Powders attacla
worms iu tho stomach and intestines
at onco, and no worm can oomo in
contact with them and live. They
also correct tbo unhealthy conditions
in the digestivo organs, that invito and
encourage worms, setting up reactions
that arc most beneficial to tho growth
of tbo child. They nave attested
thoir power Ln hundreds of cases and
nt all times aro thoroughly trustworthy.
Wasting Away
I notice that our cook, said ho,
Ir thinner than idio used to bo.
Yos, she replied, frorh day to day,
She seems inclined to waste away.
flrace must bo neglecting her music,
What makes you think that?
I seo hor fiUior lias lost tho liar-
flfefied look ho had.
��'����� 'i>(��fl Homer
,*ift"v ibo enm> nm* had gono Mi'B.
Macon mild to lu-r IniKhaiuI' SNutit on
oartli did yon w>an, John, by telling
lho I-'Ifiniiipii thnt my humo: w.i�� posd-
live, but not .togntlvo I mrrnir. snid
Mr.'Mano'.i, dtsf:r;oUy niov!n._ tfiward
no th..., "-���'��� .'"���' '"""''' mr-l-r. n loko
but' couldn't twico mo.
'Thanks for tho lonstV Ir tho latest
en toll phrase in Paris. Wo arc certainly glad, Unit thoy have conic to appreciate u�� at lii'it.
In the Open
How did Mrs, 11. Ioso her husband?
Tlioy wove out In tho woods together nnd nlio called hl��> 'dear,' and bo-
foro he could answer somo city fellow
flint him by mifitalfo,
- ��� 1 ������lll-WH^
Never Afl-iiri
How Ih it that you never cohx Mi.m
Green to nitH,r n��y moral
Woll, ymi .��<���<���, rum night we coaxed
and toiiHod and ben^ft and pleaded
with her to favor ue with a nong, and
lifter tliat wo decided novor to do it
Why, tliii sho still rofiiHO?
Xo, iihc riivj In.
are usually thin and
easily worried, sleep does not
refresh and the system gradually weakens from insufficient
Scott's Emulsion corrects
nervousness by its force of concentrated medical nourishment
���it restores the healthy action
of body cells, enriches the
blood, sharpens the appetite,
and feeds the nerve centres
by distributing energy and
power all over the body.
Don't resort to alcoholic
mixtures or drug concoctions
that stimulate and stupefy.
' Get a bottle of Scott's
Emulsion for your
equals or compares
with it, but insist
on Scott's.
l^oaxvtrfOOifjNt..- tMsonto'-.or^iiiaa
Globular Lightning
According to Professor . W. M.
Thornton of Armstrong college, globular lightning descends slovly from a
cloud, generally after a.violent clap of
thunder, in tbe form of a brilliant bluish ball. It bou-ds from'tho earth
when it touches and thon moves a few
yards horizontally. The::*, balls readily follow an electric conductor���a gas
pipe, for instance���and burst when
they touch water or sometimes in tha
open air. The ball then dio-ppears in-
stanfaneovsly with a violent explosion, which may do damage and which
produces"a strong smell oi! ozone.
Thornton believes with reason that
globular lightning is made'' up principally of . mass of ozone. This hypothesis explains why the, color of the
bail is usually bluish, why tho luminous mass descends slowl. through
the air, ozone being of a density about
J.7 times that of air, and finally why
tbe instantaneous disappearance of tha
ball is accompanied by an. explosion,
for the transformation of ozone Into
oxygen" liberates a great quantity of
energy. ��� '
It Easss Patn.   Ask any druggist of ��� ;
dealer in medicines what ls the most
popular of the medicinal, oils for pains
in ihe joints, in the muscles or nerves,
or for neuralgia and rheumatism, and ,
h e tfi"il~t��iry&Trthst-Dr���ThomasUEc-���-
lectric Oil is in greater demand than   .
any other.   The reason for this is that
it. possesses greater healing qualities
than any other oil.
Japan and the Olympiad
Japan, is preparing to make a better
showing at the O'ympic games in Berlin in 1P15, than Bhe did at Stockholm.
Professor Jigoro Kano, tho founder c.
'Judo,' which is an im"rov I form of
jiu-jitsu, organized, after his roturn
from, Stockholm an athletic assocla-i
tion., uif'. a-view to training athlete*
for tho coming international contests.,
Tho now organization, which is called
the Japan Alhletic association, will also devote itself tn tbe encouragement
f ��� physical education among tho rifting generation of Japan. Special attention wl' bo paid to tho Marathon
raco, .tho 200 yard dash'and the jump-. ���
iug con tests.
,   Whan tho MubIo Stopped .
It Is rcporleu that a certain musician, disgusted with t..c chattering that
usually talce'i., the placo -f listening
during a musical -perte-nancc, arranged with lils violin, his vlollncelio,
and the rest that music should suddenly stop in tho midst of tho loudest passage in the piocf.
It .wan dono, and clear and distinct
nbovo nil tho lend talking, these words
wore heard: Wo alwuys fry our.. In.
H "icaty .
Teacher���Henry, can you ikfuio a
Henry���Yes, t'n 7. kid that comes to
pohool wld a fsmllo on his face.
Wei,   Named
In sumo parts cf Dnull thoro a/ft
birds with bills a yard long, snid tha
tall man.
What do they call them? askod tho
i  irt man.
1'lumber birds, replied tho tall man.
Tlio man who naves when hs has
littlo In enlloi! mingy, Ho that saves
when hv hii3 much in nald to bo judlo-
A Naluro Fakir
Tlin tadpolo Ih a curlouu beast,
A paradox complete,
For ho is but four Inchon long
When he has rcrown four foot.
Stomach Weak?
Blood Bad?
Liver Lasy?
Nervous ?
WHY go nlonff day after
vv day Buttering' when aid
is .at hand bo convenient and
at so little cost.
Dr. Pierced Goiden
mM t****tataa****t* aaa**********
Medical Discovery
Of   lill"   tOO   "li    '���-   H-iit
nA-av,! A.:
bay find wit], tlio coin Id Ion tliat ]
sviib doll.g Iii1'1 l.''"'l.\" whar li,- wm].)
havo doin1. Valuable .. ��� the training
of Annapolis was, *A was pour school-
lug boiido ihat of -sorviti:: uiidrr'F.ir-
ragut In Urno of war.- (b-orgn l)v\\.
ey's Autobiography,
Can't Lose Mini The.a
(Jills���I h.ivfnt hoard from my f.on,
wlio Ih toiirln-! Kui'Oi'o.     I am oomc-
ivlirtf worrloil,
l'jlI!,l-\Vi';ir li hU n(*xt Etcp?
r.ina���Mo.-.to i ilo.
Ti'iln���Thr-n vou'll hear fiom him.
A  New Jersey hual.at.ii complains
iknt bit wlfo lraliwd nine o.-ls to .in-
noy htm.     Ho must hnvo been veryj
bnr.t to ar.nov oi.nlnally. J
nldfl flijfstion arni ymt'S^A ll-i l!x.J. A: n "ftrfortnenett hnth
tho Btomach and liver return to their normal and hculthy condition.
Korvousnest and biliouincss coon iliunppcar. Tho entire oyittcm
tolica on new life.
' Tor over /orly ycarg thi�� /nmon�� old medlclns
Jiaa "mnd-i Rood's���and never moro bo than tcdny,
enjoying a greater oalo all over the world than
any othor doctor'a prajscrlpt.lon.
For finf" nt nil tlnifftifntii (n HquU! or tablet form, or
vou can send fifty lc utnnup* fof trial Uux. Atldrcem
y DR. R. V. PIERCE, BUFFALO, N. Y. ..���.,.
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wku ���������.������ v-p-* ,* m :'.-^ ��������� .r. a .{j,  s?*~<r.-  THE   NWS,/ Cyi|MRLAKDf^jgiTgSg  CO^^BIJL  NOTICE ia hereby Ri. en th; t appli-  oitieu wih be mado to th) Superintendent of Proviucld Police, Victoria for a  ���������license to eell Sliquor hy wholesale upon  Ihy promises sitiuUd ou Lot G, Block 15,  Cumberland TownRite, Cumberland, 13; 0  CUl_I MUSSA.TTO,Applio.������.t.  D.tod this lat dny of Oorober 1913.      :  0 NOTICE is lu raby'given that oo the first  day of DmuW next application will' be  made to the Suptri'iteudi-iit of Provu,oi&l  Police, Victoria,".!'er the renewal of the hotel lioc..8o to cell liquors by retail iu-tno  hotel known ae the L������rae hot.'., situated at  , Comox, B.-C..' Gkojige M. Babuw  D\ted October 1, 1918. , X [ .  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of November 1913; application  will be made "to the Superintendent ot  Ptovincial Police, for a renewal of the  whjlesale liqu >r license upon llieprem-  . fees known as Lot 24, Subsection i, Nelson District.'  1'ii.senkr Urewinc Company.  Diited October ist, 191J  NOTICU is h> roby fdvun thnt on tho  fir>t day of December next upplii-utiOo'uill  bo mude to thb'SupOiiiitenil.ii.t of- Pruviu-  oiid Polioo, Vicfc'.-iii, for a ruiewul of the  Li<>tci Ik-euBO t.i Boll liqu.mi by retail in  Uio hotel kuowu ai the Union lioUij, _U-  aato at Uui.m,B.C.   Joiix N, ilcLiwu  Ua.ed the Istday of Oclolwr, 1913  ' NOTICE is. tiemby ifiir.tt - that ou the  Arvtdayof I).*eail>er uex6, apphcaton will  be tuade to tiio -.nyorii.ttmdu.it uf Provincial  Policy Viotoria, for the renewal of lho ho-  U& Uaanae to ull liquora by retail in tho-'  Itotai knows aa th* RvrtAdts. howl, siknmta  ** Cuorteaay, BL 0. Q, li, F-acnmw..  " lUtad Oobobec 1, 1013-  wiiv*jmnmmmtJit0t* mm <i^ m.t*  1 ii>ii������������i um**,  ��������� MOriOK is bort-by i;ivi*a tliAt .on tKo'  fiwt d������y of Dooooilwr mat R^plicatim ������iilj  ,' be mode to tho Bu.i'ru.ton.leiit uf Pr.ivii--  cial Pohce, Victoria, for the renewal of the  , hotel lioense to tA\ liqu-'M by retail in Uie;  hob-1 known as tlie VfiUou hovul, mtualed  at Unioo Bay B.C.  ��������� Autkbd Uai'eb KoaNBa  Dated Ootoboi 1, 1913,  NOTICE is hereby given tnat on the  firat dny of December u-xt appHontis>c will  bu made to the Superintendent of Frovia-  0i.1l Polico, Victoria, for the renewal of tho  hov.-l licon������e to s������ll liquois liy retail i;i tho  ho-������l kuowu a> tli>) Nolt>oif hotel, Bitunie I,  , at Uniou Bay, H.C. John Frase������.|  J Dated Ootolvor Ul. 1913.  The Courtenay: H otel  Union Steamship Co. of B. 0.  THE S. S. COWIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  -NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leavo Vancouver,. Monday, at 8 p. m.  \Arrive Nauaimo, at 11.30 p, m  ,-__������&,  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 0 u. in.       Leave Tiies  n.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in,     Leave Tuesday, 11 a. m.  Leave Nanaimo 0 p. m, Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver <J.3Q p.m.   ,  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive' Nanaimo,   11.30 p.m  Arrive Uuiod Bay, Sunday 6 a.m..Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8a.m. pepart 4 p.m. .  Subject to change without notice.  NOTIOK i;.; hereby given that at the  next i).fa*L.'.j������ 0{ the Bourn <.f Lico-ae 0 m  bisiioiiera of'iho Ci'.y of ruinb-r'imd,, 1  ii tejv.i to oi-.pljf f.,r u'reufi^ al of the hut  el license held by u,������ for tlia Waverly  tl') el,;8-;tuated ou lot 2, bloot 3, Cumber  land Towusite.  FRANK DALLOS  Dftted thii 29UiJhy <f Oct. 1013.  DBINK  Tlie purest and b.-st BEER, and  made iu Cumberland.  i&ioii   Vv liote  3,   V.,   BSoLEOD    APs������Q5?aiSKCor,  English 4 s BURTON oAwtya on tap     ttkq, the tavmt MILWAUKEE  '  BBEIiS-Atthaiuw, BjUijjwifta, Saialte, *?.      '-'OLD GBEY.BKAJID'?  8COICH VVHHKY- Bo������t Wizuhb md UquQXB of ail kinds  f be i*oaydiD,g and lyO%h)g JJUayarto5Ji.t mate* Ui'n immfedinto ejywi-mteiicl^ice '  wi)j lw kwj.4 F--������t clafli. iu ev^ry rijapect,;;  Notice is hereby jjiymi that Ait the  next meeting of the i.o..rcP of License  Commissioners I intend to, apply for a  ren..\v;ilof the liu-el Iiceiise held ly uie  for ihe New England Hotel, situated on  >lock 3, lot 3, Cumberland Townsite. ���������  '���������   " '  .     JOSEl'H WALKER  Da;ed Oct., 29.I1, 1913.        ' '  NOTICE is hereby ^iven that .U the  next meeting of ihe Umrdof License  Commissioners of the City-of Cumberland, 1 iNtend '0 apply for a rencw.il of  ���������he hotel liccn'^ held by, 111c lor ihe  "King George" Hotel, situated on 019,  block 7, Cuinberlaiid Townsite.  VICTOR HCNOHA  Dated this 29111 d.iy of Oct., 1513  NO'I'IOE iiMinrrby uivoii tbit nt the  -o.xt in ������il.iug of the lloaid <f Ij'cmieo  Comii.iBSiot-iTB <f the Oity of Cuiub.-r-  lui)il,i intend,to tip] ly i'. ruientwalif tho  ���������vlioleKiilo liquor lie;, nnu held l<y i������e, hit-  unteil ou lot>12, block'0, aCuinbcrlmd  I'gwnaito.  JOHN  MAROCCHI  Duted this 29th d������y of Oo'., 1013.  ATE9,  ipi q9 per diiy  m������3^^������������������m3^^*W^!!!^8ES^E$3g&:  ^>Ji^im.tSim-'i-:--k'ei%-JSif^  Kv������ry convenience for guoste.    _  Tho Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  Nouebutthe Best of Wines and Liquor*  ������t the Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  -  Brewers' Dried Grains  . Belter,  Cheaper .Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  ���������   ",     Distributors .NANAIMO, B:X,  dohn Johnston,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY. COURT OF  NA.NAlM6ilQE.DKN AT  NANAIMO. .  IN TIIE.MATTEttOF William  Herbert Uattoti   dcccoBwl,- in  toetate, lato" of Uoiirtonay, B C.  ,   AND.  IN THE MATTER of tho "Ofll-  eial AdtttiiH6tvi\tors Act,'1  '   TAKF NOTICE tlmt by ordor ol! HU Honor Judge   Darker,  tnad������5   on   the llth day of'Fob  riutry, 1914, I    wae ' appointed  Administrator of tbo Estfito of the  above mentioned doceaaud, and nil  jvarties having claims against tho  flaid o������tato are horoby required to  furnish name, properly verified, to  tno on or boforo lho 15th day of  March   1914,   AND    nil   par-  tiou indebted to said oetato, are ro.  ��������� quired to pay tho amount of thoir  imlobtodnoBB to tno forthwith.  Dated thla llth day of Fobm  nry IUM,  TV, WrSl.ltY WlI-LARD,  Ollicial AdniiniHtrator,  Ciunberliiiul, H. C,  ^^-,-^MHawnuutmiiiiiiK-i-O-i-*  0. H TARBELL  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  NOTICE is i.i hereby given tlm at Uio  nexi meeting <f the Board <.f Liseivc  Commi8sion<rB of tha City cf Cuinh r-  l������nd, I ii.toud to ������\i[A) f<-r u rti!������wn!of  he wholes'..Jo liquor li.oi:se held by wi  >iu blwck 15, M G, Ciiiub������-rlai.i] fuwueito.  Qlkil lAUHiAlTQ.,  PaUa.tliiB SStii dny yJt 0 A., UU.'  N OTIC 8 h lier .by given tint, a; the  mxt meUi-ig oi tlie Boaid������f Ucsh^ Com-  ii������i*_io.-ir.ra qf Uie City of Ciin,hei'!ai'd,'I  ..ten������i Hi aj������p.y for a ro.'aPwal i f th* lmt-  e'i liiensi^ hold by mo For 'he Cumhorliiiid  Hotfcl, bituated on lot 1, block (!,'Gutu- er-  land'ToA'naitc.  WILLIAM MERIliriKLD.  Dutcd t: ip 29th day of Oo.\, 1913.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, B.C. 1913  RECEIPTS  Gov't grunt to City.'- - - ������5037 95  Gov't grant to Camp... 1008 25  High School fties...'...    370 00  Syecial Gov't grant...... 2500'' 00  Paid by  City  of  Ouni- ,  " berland'.  3410 70.  Total Receipts S1������3(J2 DO  EXPENDITURE  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section'42. .  NOTICE h hereby Riven thai  on the 1st day oi December next",  iipplictUion \\ill be made to t.l>������j  SiiperiiUetident of Provinviuljiol^  Toe for a license, for the stile of  liquor hy. wholesale in and upon  the preniisos sit.uUed in I he ..town  of Courtenay, 15. C, known 'iind  described aa Lots 30 and 31, Pcc-  uoti;6l.  Dated this llth day of Oo.olter  1913.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  John Minrocchi, Manager  Applicant  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNEWS.  '"Nutf-Said."  IGH GRADE STOVES  a.? tii IHTCIIEJIiJUTEWCILS  ? Sportsmens Goods  J nud  i General Hardware |  Violin Strings, TAlklug nm-  chluc needles nnd Victor Records  for sale at tho Ncwa office.  Don't  forget  to  place  your  ucxi otdcr for printing witli \\t.  NOTICE  Auy poraon or pcj'BOiifl, otittin^  roinoviug or ttiking tuiy blocks  timbor or. wood, of nny desuriptiorin  Milotiging to tltft Wellington Col.  u'ory Co'y., or from or off tho bind  of tho said Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  any whero upon Uie company'a  kv.i v.ill l\- pro.iccnlcd to iho full  uslvnlot tbo law,  J, It. J.OOKAitI).  Goneral Mnnngor,  Colliery Co,v.  '    LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Suction 42.  NOTICE ia hoiel.y given lhat,  on tho ldtday of December next,  upplicution "will .be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Polico for lonewal of the hotel licence  to eell liquor by rotui) in tlio lio'.i/  known as tno Mulaepinu Hol������l,  hi-.uato at Lund, in tlio Province of  British Columbia.  Dated thin Sihday of October,  1918,  u      . FIIKD THULIN  Applioiint  IVnchers' salnrios   ������7925 00  Janitor...;........'..      111.0 00  Scavenger., ".        30 00  Ti'U'orims. telephono...        0 00  A. Mii.wvOll, lnuilajjo...       14- 90  Potter &   Kirkbrido..  haulage...........      ���������' 12 50  T, I). Alcb'an, sUition-  ory  and ropairs.. 4 00  A. II. l\?uc������y,   filatioti-  . . ., ory aiid l)ooks.'.',.  Islaiuifr, printing   News '���������        ....  C. 11, Tarbell, supplies  and labor   Dr. G.K.MiieNuugliton  modic-al inspection  Thomson Stationery Co  .  books   Free Text Book  Office  books .'   J. J. Donggatij- True-'  tees.   Association.  Daily   Province,  adv'g  Sec'y's salary  12  liids-  Newbury & Ashii'y,lu-  suranee, new school  Postago   and    station-  (?ry, 12 inos   Wm. Potter,lalwr.,.,  D.  Kilputrick,   coal..  hauling...."   A.C. (D )Liinited,  coal  S. Keiser & Oi.)., 'clmlk ���������  ,Sh_ibaia,_clook.. .-,���������i.-  IIayinan&Mc.Rae,towi's  T. H. Bate, Iiqso, glasB  sundries.....,_.....  (j, Dosvnes, hooks....  L. W.   Nunns^ water  12 nice....*,,,.t  Uoyston  Mill,  lumber  High scliool pupils, six  day's   teaching...  School keys   Washing towols     Special grant expenditure, Clhvk&Stowiirt  Co. Ltd. fnrnitui'H..  A. McKinnon, fani'tro  Septic tank   Repairs  to. old pjIiooI  Maps   Liihur putting   in  now  desks   1  J  OVER &S YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  63 lo  M 00  19 00'  ' 44 55  112 50  23 29  25 90  10 00  2 70  GO .001  145,00  10 "00  33 50  22 '50  127 50  ' ' 1 00  ���������6=50  ' 12 25  22 50  7 70  34 00.  5 55  12'00  1 30  6 00  1150 07  ' 200 00  275 00  S00 00  45 00  100 00  Trade Marks >  DCStGTU  Copyrights 4c  Anycmo tending a sketch m\A A<nsrij,'.lan ma.  quickly usoortuln our opinion froo wliatkcr no   '  UiTontlon la probably pattntubla.  CommnDlc* ���������  tlouo Htrlctly roaudciitinl. HAnOGOOK on Vri C3,u  sent freo. Ol.lcs: npcnpy-foreccuri'-sjia-.s.ita.  t'r.lento tii.ca tbron^h 2lunu ti. Co. locolv*  (ytrtal notice, xrltlioyc ch -.reo, In tho  A haudsomcly illustrttt������ct y; skly. I.ing<..������t <*!t-  cviailon of any e&snti'lc ]oar:(U. ja-���������' ice.  Cinnilu, S,;.75 ������ yutr, paitaRO iKCLal'*. Soiii br  ail newult'Pkfi.  WM08.s63E~^ Hew Mr  Srauch Offlco. bSi B* Su, \Yaohla_t.ju. Ji O.  &^{$s5Y  NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR S  SEALED  TENDERS,  supcrsciibcJ. ���������  "Tenricr for Lockup .ind   M.tnicd'  Constable'.-. Qm.icrs tit   Powell   River."  will be rcreived^tty the  Honour.ible tht  Minister of Public Work- up to noo" nf-  Fnday '.he 201I1 d.*y of Febni-ifj' 1914 '*>* -  the erection and completion of  lock-i*p ,  1 ' *  and married const-.ble's n������nr'.!*r������ -t Powell River, in lhe C*)niox Litctcial  Disu-'C.  . Pl/ins, specification?, contr?-jt and  furms ol lender may'bo scun on no ft after the 2nd day of Febr'ufir'y 1914, at the  office of the P10v1ncj.11 Cor.slaMe, lit  PhwcII Kivei ', iir. Jv R.-iird, nGove/������j-  ment Ayent, CumberUnd, D. C; Mr. "J.  Miilmny/Govcmnicnt Agent,- Vancouver  H. C. or the Dcpartnieni of Public  Works, Victo-M.v  Intending iendeier<: can, fur tne sum  of ten dollars ($10), obtain oue  copy of ihe plans and ipecihcaiions by  applying to the undersigned, which w/i  v.-ili be refunded or* their return 'W  good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by,an accepted ,brink cheque or certificate ofdeposit on A chartered bank cf  Canada, made payable to ihe Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for a  an.. ��������� equal to 10 rer cent of-'.!it tender,  which* shall be' forfeited if the parly tendering decline ic enter into contract  Av.hen.called-upon-toJ.lo-s.3,-01'��������� if��������� he��������� initio complete the wntk contracted ior.  The cheques or certificates, of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  to  then   u^oii   the   execution  of -.he  NOTICE,  Hiding on locomotivoH nnd rail  wny tn\n of the Union fiolliery  Corapany by any porBon or per*  ������tor������&���������except Uinctcw���������iaHlriclly  prohibited, KmployceB t.ro bu1>-  Ioc iodiBtnissnl for alio.ving mini-  Uy order  J, R, LOCKARD,  General Maun���������^ .  IN TllEl COUNTY   COURT  OF  NANAIMO II0L0KN AT  CJUMIUfilll.ANl)  IN  TIIK   MA'ITKH  of Thoinus  Smith, (IfctiftKod, inlcHtiite, wtm  died in Nel bo 11 Dinlriui on April  2Gihll .  AND  IN THIS MATTKKSof tho-'OITlcial  Atlir.inictrnlorfl Act "  TAKK NOTICK ihnl hy ordor  of Ilia Honor;;Jud^o Ilarkor- nmdu  tho 5th dny of Novomher H)1S,1w������b  nppolnlcd ndii'.lnlBlntorof tlio Eh-  into of tho ftbovo luontloncd dw  ccuBod, nnd   all parliou   having  rl'HT������|i:'iii'i-sit>ut 1^f>    fi-lf!    ml'.'f> ij'.>  horo to   furttUh bauic,  propotly verified, (o mc on or ha-  foro tho 18th dny of JWw.bor,  11)13. AND all parlieB indebted lo  pad ������Btatr������, nro r^qiiirf-'il fo pny tlm  amount of their fndcbtoilnoe lo  mo forthwith.  DalMllhU llth dayof Novem'  hor, 1913.  WlIXAMD,  Olllrinl Aduiuii������lriit'-rv  Cumbiriatid, 15, U  LIQUOR ACT, J010.  Section <J3.  NOTICE it hojehy Riven that,  ontholut duy of, December next,  tippliciition will be ihmI������ io thn  Superintendent of 1'rovinciil I'ol ���������  ice for ronuw������il of tbo hoUsl liccnci?  to Bfll liquor by iclitil in tlio hotel  known us/ho Willow-' llott-l, j-im-  uto al Cuniplell River, Iti tho 1'ro-  vinco of Uriiii*li Oolmnhh.  DuUhI llii������;?Jlli d������y of Oct^her,  11)13.  CHARLKS.THUUN  ti  Applicant  contract.  I'eudcrs will ������oi be consideied unless  made out on the forms supplied, siffoed  with the actual signature of lhe tenderer and enclosed in the envelopes fwn-  ibhed.  The lowest or any lender no; nccessaf  ily accepted.  j. E. GU IFF ITH,  Deputy Minister and J'ubhc Woiks  Engineei; Depaitment of Public Works,  Victoria, 13. C., January ^jst, 1914,  fe4 * feiS  fcME W CANADA  Total oxpondit. 1.913  S#l2392 90  Ilicii school foci duo $U'l 00 .  KoBpootftilly Bubinittotl,  THOMAS II, CAREY,  Secretary.  Hoard oi'Scliool Tnisteo?, Cum.  berliuid, I). C���������-Inn. 3, 1014  1 lioioby cortify tlmr 1 Imvo ux-  amiiit'd tho books nnd uccounU of  tho Ctunboi'lund public and high  schools and Hnd them correct us  sot forth abovo,  J. STKWART,  Auditor,  FINANCIAL     STAT1CMKNT  Cumbcilund Niyht School  1'JIB  RECRIPTS  Govornmetit Ornnt , $360.00  Subscription    157,50  7TC1 fVlZ-r-  S       ll    fi -A  ���������M4  it M&y\l:<\*"il"'  EXPENDITURE  ������u 17.50  i  GHSfHIXSAElV PyHE  Canattisn Oovornntcat testa  show avo hnvo tho purest,  r.nd h!].h&atntir*nr>:th r.coos. /? j)  Oltlott'ts is vscd Dy vv. kjS  bost Ba!:e<* ai:d Caicren /*//*'  ovorywiiBro.   Outs ������o jsfa  mot* than V19. Itiferln- ff(;.t  , E. W. CiaCTT CO., LZ 3. fr, f^  A Ti.wh'.n, Q'aU i\*l\  ff^nH^s Orttafl Eooi Cwsrv..u_X,  iuMMtKia  ���������^.jm   ������v:������ uy Ul iiru^4--t.<,_Mi fi*t  BfMlftl..TBW)lmJ.WT. Ctrriitt+iWiikWa  w^^'������'^w������v������^^^ Mlwyw ,^onlh,, *m'u{ji ^���������^���������^���������������������������������������������*^*^*<*^  tui OebtiUy, Mriitnl tm t IlrttUi tl'tiri'u.l  ponmiAOif, tkaiuti Wutka-".*. ftmin ������*<>������#, >/.  'tUrrhtm, nnd FJT(ti* afJiMUHtie Ke&Mti,  I.l|il������t        .. ������������    17,50  ChbIi on hand Ded.Hl, 1013 5,00  V tkYiuUli'u7karth, limitH������������iiA'f-   M,nnd irjrirtttif A'***!,,' henm  Vrlwiil per Ikhc, rtt f ar p.  Una w1U plwij*.���������������*  will oura  B^UA hy nil aniLttitlt nr iiialkilla  yWlt ������.VC   OK Tvl'litlt  lit '\'!-t       Vi "I Ii'i lif -4tt 1  t/omJui \\'Mvu\ ToranVi.Onfc!T<jttll ������'.\|i*>l)'llturo 1013     $517,00  NOTfCK ii \\trshy ������ivou tJiit ut Oio  noxt moeUoflfnf thu I'oird rf Uuthot'om  roMontrfl u( tlm City (it Cumberland, uo  ildnnd to Hppiy for a icntwiil t f tln������ liu'..  <il Hconiifl hold by un tor the V������>nduino  Holflt, iiUottft<) on lot ft, UoeM 3, <'iinil w-  lntid TowihUa  jo-n'ii damontj:  iCaV.AW TOUAClO  U������t.)d Ocob r Wah, Ifi.".,  Kcsipi'Stfltlly fluhnilttud  THOMAS. II'C'AREV,  Secretary.  I lit-rflij i-t-rtify t'.mt I Imvo ex  aiiiir.i'd tho bo'ikf and fmwMiiitu nf  tlui   CiiiiiU't'litiiii   ui^ht    Achool  nnd iind tlit-jn con ttt as Mr* forth  nb'.vt'.  J. STKWAHT,  Auditor,  :  for the Milk wafton  wnh,.i'tie t.TlTi*n ]5..'N  HRK.SH M1I.K AND  I-ARM I'UODUCH  Our Milk is the product  of the licst 1'Vd Cows  I'UHSU    MILK ^  Delivered moinincii eveninj''J  I. MARUYA |  give us yo;:r ntemt or  DER   l;OR JOH   PRINTIXG. ���������*f^-r^������-=f������K^.a.  TIIE tfEWS. 'CmrBETlIJAND. B. C.  REST JINB HEALTH TO MOTHER ANO CHItO."  . Mas. Winslow's Sooth int. Sykx-p lias beets  ' Sseii ior over SIXTY SKAUS Uy 'MII.UOKS o������.  SIOTJllSKS tor iheir CHU.JJKUN WII'UJ  TKKT1UNG. witli I'KKI'KCT SUCCESS. It  SUOTHKS the Cll'tt.D, SOl'Tl.NS Uie GUMS.  ilV.VB alt I'AIJ.** -. CUKKS WIN 11 COLIC, and  is Use lust remedy ior JLMAIUUUKA., I.t is ah*  noliitclv harmless, lie sure nnd ask for "Mrs.  Winslow'u (toothing Syrup,'' and take ao ott-cf  kind.   Twenty-live a:uts a bottle.   '  iHiii^iW  WATERPROOF  COLLARS AND  CUFFS  Somethlnpr  better  than   linen   ana   biff  laundry bills.    Wash it with    soup    and  wafer.    All stores or direct.    State styl������ |  ami size.    For l!5c. wo will mail you.  .THE  ARLINGTON   CO.   Or     CANADA  Limited  C8  Frascr  Avenue,  Toronto,,, Ontario  W! NfWTOEKCM REMEDY. N.I, M.2.WA  THERAPIONSA'^SS  (Treit f UCCCSI, CUKES chromic weakness, lost V1G0������  K VIM, K1DNIIV, BLADDER. DISEASE'.). BLOOI1 FOISOH,  UMI.KS. KITH Ell No. DRUOKISTS or MAIL SI. POST 4 CT������  ffOt-GSRA CO. 90, BIIEilMAN ST. HEW VOAXorLVUAN BROS  TORONTO. WHITE FOR FREE HOOK TO DR. L.K CLEHO  JlEO.CO, llAVEKaTOCKKD. IUMPSTi!AD, LOHDOH, KK*.  VVYMBWDRAGEB(TASTi:i.E!>S)FOKUOF   tJtS'l TO'TAX.  THERAPION aasft���������  ll������e THAT TRADE HAKKKD WORD 'THERAP10M.' IS 0*  9t.IT. QOVT. 8TAUP AFflXBD TO ALL* GENUINK fACUTft  Marthas Vineyar.d in '602  Hero is what Bartholomew Gosnold  wrote of his voyage to Marthas Vineyard in 1602-. ' ���������  ..We stood awhile like men ravished  at the- beautic and delicate- oil this  sweet soile, for beside diver's clear  lakes' of fresh .-. ater (whereof wo saw  no end), meadows very large and full  of {.recti grass and such an incredible  number of vines that we could not do  for treading in them. This is the  goodliest land ever wo saw, for it is'  replenished with fair fields " and in  them fragrant ��������� flowers; also meadows  and hedged with-stately groves.  .Marthas Vineyard is still covered  with tlie wild grape vines whicli gave  it its name, and lhe farms have often  a high standing for productiveness, indeed, one of these farm.; onra boasted  the largest corn crop over produced  on an acre. Tlie yield war 125 bushels of shelled corn.  . The Way of the Wo.>d ,  I waa walking down tlie street with  a friend of mine the other morning,  relates a man who is more tlia* ordinarily obsecrniU. And on our.way  we met another man, who was evidently acquainted with him. My friend'addressed him cordially, but lie responded rather distantly, I thought. r But I  said nothing about.ii.. The next-morning I again vallced downtown with the  same friend. And Again wo met tho  man we had met the duy before, This  time it was he wlio spoke cordially,  and my friend ���������who answered coldly.  Indeed, my friend came ver..' near to  cutting him dead. This lime I needed an explanation of tht mystery,  Are you pa.ing him back for his  coldness of yesterday.' I asked.  No, answered my friend. You sec,  I have owed hlni money for some time  and last night I paid it. ,  ".  ,  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTOrtNEV  , LUMSDEN   BLDG.(ct������-YAJ*2'������) TORONTO.  WRITE  FOR  TERMS.       *'l",Jt  >  f'ADIES WANTED ��������� DO   ARTISTIC  ���������   "conitenlal nci.-dluworl; at home; mako  from, tlirof! to llvo dollars per day decorating cushion   tops,    Armour   Art    Co,,  Dept.   K.,  Bredalb-A.o  Block,  Wiiinlpcs.  A Familiar Face  Magistrate���������Have you bocn arrested  on  an>v previous  charge'.'  Prisoner���������No, sir.  Magistrate���������Have yoii' been In this  court before?  ���������Prisoner���������No, sir.  Magistrate���������Your face looks very  familiar. I seem to know it somehow.  Prisoner- I'm the barm:.!) in the  'Bull'.  Head' opposite,  How Sunday Reached the  Frontier  High principle and humor-have ever  made,an irresistible combination.'Early merchants on chc American frontier  conspicuously failed in the observance  of Sunday- therefoie, when a young  New Jersey trader, who had settled at  Louisville, Ky., .losed his store, on the  first. Sunday nftcr.il was opened thore  was miieh ado in the town. Other establishments kept open���������liad ho noticed it? he was asked. Yes, he  know it. Why did he close? lie  was the first .o ;.o so; he must know  that also. ,  ..  Why, said a ������ facetious merchant,  Sunday hasn't yet crossed the" mountain?.  Yes, it has, declared 'chc-,newcomer,"  pleasantly..    I brought it,with me. .,  That simple and ready reply proved  mors, effective than any amount of argument, and although he wau���������the lirst  1o observe ihe day in tow.i, ,ho soon  had many followers in Sunday closing.  Nose    Tip Vaccination  The young Japanese diplomat pointed ro his 'fatlier, tho marquis.  Th i's fa'ilio;*, he said, the old fellow with tlie. saucer shaped scar on  the tip of his nose. All Japs of th;-  older generation have that scar. ���������    -.  Yes? said the debutante.   ������ .  Yes, it's n vaccination mark. In tlie  old clays, when'compulsory vaccination  first began, wo Japs vaccinated every  body on tlio 'tip of the nose. Why?  Well, becauso it was a good place  where there's no movement to rub off  the scab,'and also" because a vaccination scar oa the nose was easily identified by the medical' officers of the  government." A man didn't have to  take off half his.clothes in order to  .prnv-P���������Lliat lie had been vaccinated.  Yes, the nose tip vaccination ITSTi"  its good points, hut before Ue modern  hankering after beauty it had to go.  Solid Granite  The inquisitive traveler kept poking  his head out of the window of .'the,'car  to the great annoyance, of the conductor wlio several times stopped,to >yarn  him against the danger, At length he  ���������tapped the careless one ca the shoulder and said: ' '       ���������' h.  Pardon me, but this time I must insist that you withdraw your head.-  Insolently the traveler spoke back-  over, his shoulder without complying  with the request.  Whyvi  Oh, said tho conductor, nettled, we  are coming to a bridge, and 1 don't  want any cf the girders damaged by  your'head,  And then the head.came in.  The Human Touch  ;Uaiiagci���������Your 'day seems to lack  the hiuiKiii tench.  Playwright���������Von nro mistaken, sir.  IWy hero   borrows    money   fiotii   his  frfcwls In n!most ovory ;let.  Might  Well   Have   Paused  Why don't you get an automobile?  Ileeaus'.e  I  don't   know  whether or  'no;  I < mild manage one.  ' You dldu't  let    thai ' coimlderatioii  fa-top you when you wanted a wife.  An Irl������!i ] rlesl, mni labored linnl  ' wlili nt\<vof IiIh flotft; to Induce hlni to  givo up tlli'.lialilt'ol' drinking, but rhe  miin wnt H'li'efaiit.  I lell you, Mh'h-Hd, nlA the priest,  whlslipy Ih your worn enemy, uml ymi  hhould keep aw far uw-iy from H us  ynu can,  My Inliny, b\ it. "father? respoinu.'!  Michael, And II was your ilvoriiicp's  wif wan trailing ns In tlio pulpit, only  lost. Sunday to love "in* liilnilcn!  So I wan, Michael, rejoined the  priest, but \wii-. 1 any when- lolling you  to hwalliiw 'om.  Now tnko thla picture to ih. exhibition nailery but bo careful, tor the  palm Isn't dry yet.  Oh. ihnt'rt all right; I'll pul on my  edd emit.  Lightship Rl3ks " ,  It would -seem ..hat the perils of  a lightship crew in a gale exceed even  thoso of a lighthouse keeper, Mr.  Talbot, in his 'Lightships and Lighthouses,' gives an example of the havoc  played by ono Atlantic wave in tho  case of the ligluslir tlmt guards the  terrible rocky fangs known ns llie  'Seven Stones,' which lie between  Lund's.End and the Scllly Isles,  Once a wave tumbled aboard, crashed a man niuilnsl the pump, knocked  him hah' senseless; picked up Hie lifeboat and threw It- against the deckhouse, and In yo doing f:nngii'.. another  member of lho crew, mauling his thigh  badly in passing. Two i ut of ihe  ���������aevon men forming tho crew were thus  pin hors de combat bv a -.Ingle wave.  The lightship Is a Tlrltish Idea, and  tin- Hri'i'i-Vi'. used wan placed In the  nioulh of the Thames in 1711.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  Very Cautious Birdu  One.day in my'walk I came upon  two phoebe's nests under overhanging  rocks, both with half iledged young in  them, and lu neither ease were the  parent birds in evidence. They'did  not give their secret, away by setting  up the, hue and cry that nesting'birds  usually set up on such occasions. I  finally saw them, as silent as shadows  perched near .by, with food, in their  beaks, which 'they finally swallowed  as my stay was .prolonged. And the  nests, both on .-, level with-my eye,  were apparently filled only with, a motionless ' mass of: bluish mold.', As I  gently touched them, .instead of four  orlire heads wiili cpen mouths springing up, ihe young "only' settled lrjw.er,  in tho nest and disposed themselves- in  a lioadleso, ' shapeless mass. Tlio'  phoebe is'evidently' a very cautious  bird, though no birds are-more familiar about cur pordh.s and outbuildings. .'      ���������'������������������'���������    ���������  ".-       <  Worms cause ' fretfulu^ss and rob  the infant of sleep, the givr.t nourish-  er. Mother Graves','Worn* Exter.nln-  ator will clear the sUuvich and ini1:?.-  tines and restore healthLii'mcss.  Always In Season  Oh. you���������dasn't r,hoot.a rabbit       . ���������  ' If the season isn't right!  If you have the hunting habit  You must pause and be polite..-  To the partridge and llie- pheasant  To the duck you must bc nice,  And particularly pleasant  To the bird of paradise.  But thf rreature we are, striving  Most'sincerely to protect    !  Lives in spite of our contriving  .TMitl suspiciotrmrd'iTegle-jt'i ���������   Through "the worl* the bands are tooting % .  As we call oii strife to cease, ���������  Yet.come ono is always shooting -  (A"t the poor old Dove' of Peace.'   ���������  UNDER-REST1G  A famous'physician-, speaking to. a  woman's . club assembly, said: "A  steam engine that is cakula+cd to do  c certain amoun; of work in a day  will soon break'down if overworked.  "Tho humaii body may lie likened  t, such a machine: it'is composed of  tho most delicately constructed organs, iute-.ulec. to perform only a certain number of hours without rest, P  theso parts are overdriven, Nature has  no time to ronow the worn parts."  , Sometimes a change of work will  rest you,- but when that fail, and you  do not feol rested aTtc-r a night's sleep  you may be sure that your systom is  voru.oul and :hat active means ot restoration are neces:n:y. You must  rest and nurse hack health and vigor.  Nothing can he of .greater assistance In building up t.he system thnn  Dr, Chase's Nerve Food, i'or Ihis food-  cure forms new, rich blood, and nourishes and rrstftres ihe feeble wasted  nerve cells. Gradually aud naturally  iho body and mind regain vigor and  energy, and you feel aguin the Joy of  living which comes, only to peoplo in  good health.  \v<>ek  Insects That Wnlk on Wntor  TnHpfls Uuu walk on tlie water hy  meaiiM nf pneumatic ilon'rn are Ihr- familiar water and the pond skater spider, Nnt many people know why they  onn walk oii the water, The jinnd  skater really walks on pneumatic  Hunts. Thoiv are tiny hairs on the  I'l-t't of this liuie'l, mi llm thnt they  cannot be a'-en, thai nre arranged to  Lone Celebrity  So Ibis is home coniing  Hodpevillc?  Yes, P.m. the o:fly man who ever  sueeoeih'd In'putting (lib town on lhe  mnn won't, be here,  I'nnvoldubly detained?  Yes,      IloY. in ll.e peiiUculinry,   .  It Shoc'.<eil Dickens ,  Survivors of great Vnilway iiooldoiils  do r.nt readily forgel tlie oxperloriiT,  Charles Dickens did not. when on Juno  fi, ISIif., a train fell ihrough the bridge  ut  StiipU'bur-ii, Knglnnd, and the cm  collect air, The amount collected Injrlage In "liU'li h" was traveling hung  und nbout these hairs 'it suflieleiu In j over the side. lie acted with great  ullnsv the lancet to float or walk on; coolness and ���������'Oiirngo, helping to extrl  the aiirfaof of the water, As each  foot Is put ilovn It forms n cuplilus ik-  prcHHlon or tin:* pii-in tlu* w.itor. The  fool tloe;; not. Hnk because lhe air bubble that ban been formed Ih too light,  to let It.     A Hue cover i<r of hnlr pro  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Nine times in ten .when the liver is right the  etomach snd bowels are right.  BARTER'S UTTLE  OVER PILLS  gently but firmly com  pel a lazy liver to  do its duty  Cures Con  etipation,  indices  lion,  Sick  Headache, ani Dislrc������i after Eating.  Small PiH, Small Dose, Smalt Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  >><^3*2������  Old Tint D.ctorr.' Res  Army doctors' fees in the seventeenth, century in Kavop^ were rather  modest. During the cii.v war, for instance, tlie. physiciai' general .of Cromwell's army received'$2.50 a day. tho  apothecary general $1.50.,- the surgeon general $1,00 and his two "assistants 50c. Then came tlio inevitable  economist, whose deeds C. II. Firth  summarized thus in a Cornhlll article  of March, 1901: 'In-lGfC'thc Burgeon's  pay rose ro $1.50 a day; in KM it was  iixed at $1.25, r.iid the econoioics cut  .orf .one of his mates. In 1057 his pay  was again reduced lo $1 a.day. Monck  considered the'sum no ir. ifllciont that  (hi 1C58) lu ordered the surgeons to  entered as privates on the master roll  of their regiments in order to give  them an' additional ISe. a day.  Just 5-i'te r. Gil?  '  Yes, we had h failing out.  Really, Grace?  Yes, and I decided then end thero  to break the engagement.  Gracious, dear.  I wrote hi in a letter���������but I---.1 4oro  it up.  My! ,    -  Thon I wrote him anothor tetter and  tore that up, too!  Oh! ���������,;  But the'third letter I did-"*- tc:.r up.  Mustering all my courage and burying all pangs of regret, \ took it to  the mail box- and' then��������� i  I���������I didn't drop it in;  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget-  l.'l  Cows  No Wasting Sentiment  Uncle Henry���������So you are-going to  school now, eh. And do you" lovo  your'teacher?     ���������    ���������    ' *   .���������  Bobbie' (aged seven)���������Naw! She's  too old for me.'  Not Inspiration  Tho bisliop wts attending sefvicos  at a ' small country church, and the  young vicar, being very anxious to  show the bishop how ..well he could  preach, let himself out, so to speak.  His gestures were frequent,, and his  voice often rose to a high pitch, At  tho closo of tlio service the young  theologian went forward to welcome  the bishop and, incidentally,, to ask  how "ho liked the sermon.' Tho' bishop's reply was: My dear young frlond,  do not make the mistake of confusing  perspiration with inspiration.  Apt Replies.    ..   '  A quarrelsome couple,   having   'exhausted many subjects, camo to discussing tombstones, and the husband  asked:- - '��������� .    '���������  '   My dear, what kind of stone do y.v.i  suppose  Ihey  will  givo   mo when. 1  die?  . llrlmstoiie, was the reply.  , But He Doesn't  Believe It  Arlhm-T, Hadley, president of Yale,  said of youth at a lea in Now. Haven:  1 find youth modest,, almost ovcy-  modest. I don't agree with lho accepted idea of youth that Is epl.tofriiv.'  ed in the anecdote.      ��������� '     (J  According to this -anecdote, un aid  man said to a youth:  Ily boy, when 1 was your age, ��������� 1  thought, like you, that I know, it all,  but, now I liavo reached the conclusii>n  about you years "ago;  Charles Kingsley's Pipes  Charles Kingsley was an enthusiastic devotee of the Any pipe, and he  was in tho habit of keeping a supply  of, pipes concealed ��������� in the most unlikely . places. "A; G'. Benson recalls  .a characteristic'story: My falher1..he  writes...used.io.tell .how once lio .was  walking with . Kingsley' round 'about  Eversloy, ' when Kingsley-' suddenly  stopped and said: It is no uso; I know  yoiiodplest tobacco, Benson, but I  must have a smoke, and he had accordingly gone lo a big furso bush and put'  his- arm in at a hole, and after some  groping.about produced a big church  warden pipe; which lie filled and smoked with great salisfaction, afterwards  putting it into a hollow tree and telling my father, with a chuckle, that, ho  had concealed pipes ;\.ll ovc ��������� the parish, to meet the exigencies of a .sudden desire to smoke.  Consulting His Oo.nfort'  You mcourago your   boy   lo    use  slang? ������     .    ���������  Well, I don't esacto' eneourng") him'.  But" I must admit that lio causes, me  1 ss; personal    anncyanc _���������    than    my.  daughter who is constantly criticising  my gramme.,  ���������   A'lth moro fatalities on New York"  streets in one recent month than over  before,  perhaps,  'Stop,  look, listen!"  signs at each street intersection would  be of service.  No surgical operation is necoss.try  in removing, corns if IlollowayV Corn  Cure' bc used.  That's Wbat They nil Say    -  *  Ail men are "alike.. They're deceitful and r,?llish. ���������������������������'���������  'Ilow do you know?.  A married friend of mine told me so  r.nd warned mv'against all of them.  But you are going to marry Fred?  Of courso - am, - lie's different.  French Apples a  The best French -.pple's are'sent to  market wrapped in tissue paper and  separated by a Ihln layer of excelsior  or straw. This is Lnown as'packing  in 'nests.'  A'group of grieving depositorsstood"  on tlie 'sidewalk : before the' closed-  doors of a recently, defunc'-. .'bank:' It  wasn't .1 merry sqene. One mini who  liad lost his all was trying to brace up  a colored'grandpa ;.vLose -white,' wool  bobbed up and down into the folds of  a bandana. ���������     .  "Don't cry,  uncle, he said.      Banks  burst every day, yo 1 know.  ���������   Yes, sir, I know it, but���������huh,!/huh.!  huh! ��������� dis   bank lti.h!    huh!    done  .bust right in ma- lace. ���������  The best .way to insure a city beau-/  tiful is-to use foresight.     It is better  to build on,ciearly deiiued plans than  to tear away and remodel at increased  cost, '���������-  '  The' kaiser has ,'alnios'. as much'  trouble, managing tlio empire as his  son.  j*ni������rr*������������  * .'���������   Epitaph    -  Died of a fit, lie's buried hero' '  .'���������:Thc seamstress  Ilary Lee.  Poor soul, she sewed for many a year,  Now let her R. I. P.  The Wrong Lesson  Father (grasping his . son's car)���������  You young scoundrel, I'll teach you  how to treat your mother. '  Son���������Ouch! Hold on now, pa. You  .know you don't want mc to treat mother that way.  Making 'Em  .Going lo make many Christmas presents this year?  You bet!  It's cheaper than buying  'om.  FARMERS  Can always make cure cf getting tlie highest price's for -WHEAT, OATS.  BARLEY arid FLAX, by shipping their car, lots to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT.ARTHUR antl having them cold on commloalon b"'  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE    WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS' AGENTS    *  ADDP.ESS 700-703 Y,, DRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEQ  Merely Postponed  Ted���������So you didn'l manage 'to catch  Dolly undor tho mistletoe?  Nod���������That's all right. I am going  to lake her for a slelgh-riclo tonight.  Good Openi *<. There   ,  I can't get a job nnywnore.  Why  not  try  Panama.   There's  a  big ������������������   inlng dov.r. th  An aviator was arrested for shooting ducks from hi:- aeroplane. Havo lo  station game wardens lu lho clouds.  EDDY'S  '���������                                    n                          ,r    ;  ,  "2 in 1" and "3 in 1"  -  No other   Washboards   have    the  zinc crlmpoil by 'no method pecu-'  llm* to  EDDY'S Wnohboardo.  This  patonted   process    eliminates  the   danger ��������� of    torn    linens���������-the  abuse of hands���������the unpleasantness  of wash-day.  tt assures < otnfort and eoonomy to  the   greatest    degree.. Insist    on  EDDY'S.  Washboards  Juct  ns good at  Eddy's  Matches  eatc the wounded nml then scrambling  back to rescue tlu matniHcrlpt of 'Oinj  Mutual Friend.' Hur tlioug'i iiii!njiii*>  oil. he never recovered from the .shock  and afterward, w'.ieu ti'M'.ilng, nt lilil  dinrhtor i.litUv, he would often w'ld-  tueit the water spider, (oo, and even Ifi ftojily full Into u , paroxysm   of I'ijJif  It iu Hiibiiierged in the water It Is nev  rr rn;\h- w,'t. The '.inii''JjpnpB a layer of nir betui'fii lis body nml tne water, it ui.ai'.n iiiti- .i tt},', (-i.'j.'l'wbr-n  below rIji- , url'iicf-. The si'lentllle  irmi" of ihu ruilniiji Infcocl la the Vol-  la fiirrenn.  :,0l. a box or* ti" h.tyet  ������; all dcnliM, or Tf.e Dorid'i Med'-  ecu;  Comp.t -,y,  Limited     Toronta,  Cinr.di.  m-,������..,.i'i���������ntt;|.-r!i*,illv  Correct  Nb ailul'.H . .Mitt.'-d, iiitcr;������wd /Ik  clutch llu- arms ul .w nil I way 'Wl1-  rluge,  large    beadH    ol   perspiration  rUiiuuiiH ou ',.- 'I :. ! "iff"!' !"*..*Iom  if I'M-rcr .YifUoiiu d|������d on Ihe atilib  vei'fary of rho nrcLoni, tive yearn Intel'.  i:  Mar;  un*  Scriptural Cookery  Jane, snid llie rector, Holem-  a-ll'ili.   in 1 n.i,.-. ',.,.-   ,.'!.;. .'.',''w,  i-it.igi Aooc l-e.--p.-r .',h the fremded mo-! Hie pmiitn..* an* vat;     You have left       undone  the  thing:-; that  ought  to be  done, and i-nnko.   loo  um > the tlilnKB  that ought nui to bo done.  ther tiled in br-ak iu on lhe children's  funcy dri'sbi ball. I  Dm imii-iC go in. My llil'v girl's In  there, and hI.c'k I'oiyotluii part of her  ro.-.tiiiiif. Shf ha3 gone on at a but-  ti-ilh without her wiugtt, i wain tu  nut the wings on her,  t'luit lulp i>. iii'iiu. "> ot'duii. I:'  to   U-l mil tulir.i par.*-'.     Vdii'II liaui in  A If-1 jinn Utile girl 'o ou a.j. a cater-  plll.ir.  W. fl. U. Ootf  Th.-- It.-v. Dr. .lord.vi wai. nnslotiB  rib-jut bis .on's colli'ge exami'miti')*!  ntvi renn^ft'-u him t������������ UU-^taidi Up !���������*  tn\l; The boy m-nt llm following lot-  liinmi: Iiy.,in 'M'l. HUh verms lanf  two lin. s. l.onl;itiK It up tbo fat bir  . fmiivl tho word!-'- Sorrow \arifi*tlniiv-l.  labrr rr.d.d.   Jordan j.fiaseil.  II. was at a country ball al which  tlu- iigul.i.- py'.til''d ','r'll 'prcn'i"itn. with  the dainty little pencil attached, wat  hAny, n'wft fnr llu- llr;-i time. A young  fi'llow irom thf city, noting t'luit a  '.'.tout and uot very attractive young  v,ouir.ii 'ar being u good dial of a  wall llowei- took pity t,t\ her and aald:  Ir vour prnfiraiu mil  My \\h:.t?  Tour firu������r.'i/ii  After a luotnpnt'f. reflortlon iho nald  ���������La, no: ! ain't <-t hut one doughnut.  Nn w-.-r:.; ;: L rnjiintr-i] tn ',-nl; her  ai;o, no rcatirr what it I1-.  For a'farmer's silo,  a county road,' or a  railroad bridge,  Canada Ported cement  can bc depended upon to make concrete tliat will last for generations.���������There is only one. grnde���������the best that aciaaca and wkillcan make.  The label on ev������iy baji t������ your entrantee  of sAtitfftction.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  Tfirrf h a CanuJa Ctmtnt tlrahr tnytttr n^hUrJuiid-I/jQn Jt Mi rtivi bin, ati tit ftr ih ������,iw,  I  -Y  V  47  V,  '������*  -!",������,I>4  i AMit, ._*������**.. -.-������._-...._���������  ���������"���������7'**"*'"*"*"*" r  (THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ft  SEVERE GOLD ON  GHEST QUIDKIY  by Na-DrU"Cb Syijup ot Unseed,.  .   L'tcoyice and Chlorodyne  Wr.J. Seward, Broinntonville, Que.,  writes: ���������   ,.  '��������� "Two weeks ngo I took a severe cold  which settled ou niy lungs and my chest  was very sore, breathing tight and severe  hacking-cough'.' I was feeling'miserable.  I bought a bottle.of Na-Dru-Co SyrupoIL.  Linseed, Licorice and Chlorodyne and  after a lew doses I felt great relief and I  went into a sound sleep, a thing I was  not able to do for some nights, Next  day I was able to be around again., and  ' before coinplelin������4he bottle, felt as well  ns ever. It is' a fine cough and cold  cure," -.  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyne relieves the irritation  nnd "sluflcd-up" feeling in tho air passages, soothes the tickling which makes  you cough, loosens  the phlegm and  . drives out the cold bet ore it gets troublesome.  ' In 25c and 50c bottler., at ��������� your  Druggist's. NationalDrugauc'l Chemical  Co. of Canada, Limited. ' 02?.  Completing the Record  You���������you are a reporter, perhaps?  queried tho paternal old chap on'-tho  e' ^et car of thG young, man who was  writing In a notebook'..-.  ;Yes, sir, was ihe repl.v" ���������        '    ' i  . !-I.am  glad to��������� me.et'��������� you.   You go  evtrywhero, doii't ymi-?  ��������� Most overy where. '.���������.'* ,  ��������� Ancl write unall sorts of.incidents?  '���������Yes. .   -     ,*    ���������������������������'������������������.. ���������-'  Then you have been a witness of all  sorts of death?  - I hnve seen victims of flro, water,  railroads, street cars, brewery waggons, poison, hanging and whaL not.  I think there is only one form of death  I have not'seen. ���������  Indeed. That may bo 11 fatal balloon  accident? -      ��������� '.  Oh. no. I liavo scon six different  men fall from balloons and meet their  death,  Polling In oil, then?  .   My own brother.died lhat way. No,  singular as it may seem', I am just naw  on my way to complete thp record.  And you are hound for���������for���������%  The football'grounds. I want to sop  ovory i.onc in a player's body broken  at one kick. "��������������������������� ��������� -  ... Pluck in Defeat .  Charles Edward Russell, the* Socialist candidat. for the mayoralty of.Ncw  York, said of his defeat:  At any rato we put up, we Socialists  put up a brave if hopeless light. And  now, in our defeat, we arcs, as cheery  as tho traveler.  ��������� A traveler bought a "ticket from  Paint Rock to Kola Ghucky, and then,  going out on the platform, saldr  IJow soon does the train start?  Why, thero she goes' now, said a  station hand; ' You havo just missed  her.   .  The traveler .leaped on to the line  and set out in pursuit of tlio train  with all, his might. But in two or  three minutes ho came trudging hack  over the ties.  A laughing crowd hnd gathered and  the station hand said:  Well, did you catch her?  No, said tlie traveler, but by jingo!  [ made hor puff.  Two '.leading5  A well known Parisian ntitk.miry  Tvhllc on lils holidays in Normandy  camo acrosr. an old farm which had a  curious carving in lho form of an armorial bearing over one of,the stable  doors. Henenth the, carving was a  wocdor. bar inscribed 'with a date.  "Examining it closely, - he found tho  latter 'to bo 1C8L All his antiquarian pass!->iis were aroused,, needless  to say, and after some bargaining t.ho  farmer sold l.im the carving-for finite  a -.lice sum. ,' The next day tho farmer brought thb trouvaille,to tho antiquary's villa"; This isn't what T  bought! exeVrdmert. the , purchaser. It  bears 'rho date cr 1S01, 1 don't want  Jt. Excuse :i.mc, sir;- replied the  farmer, it's,.the same-, right 'enough.  But the farmer who recently repaired  It replaced the bar upside clown, and  I thought. I ought to put it right for  you. The' antiquary was sporty  enough'not to go back"on his bargain  but the facts of the case do not seem  to!,speak highly of his antiquarian  knowledge.  HOW TO TREAT  SPRAINS ANDSTRA1NS  After,Ten Days' Suffering Mr. Quinn  Say's  Nothing   Cures   Like  Nerviline  Thousands Recommend "Nerviline"  Discovery of Old float  The hull of an old timbered ship, uncovered near Woolwich,- convinces antiquarians that tho 'discovery is no-  thing'less than the remains of the-famous- sixteenth century British warship, the Great Harry. Seymour Lucas,' the historical painter, says that  two wheels of a gun carriago of the  rein oj" Henry VIII, or early in the  reign of Elizabeth, together with stono  cannon balls and pieces of Elizabeth-  ian pottery, all talc ���������. from tho hull,  all prove the accuracy of the statement-  and adds 'that there was' a dock built  in 1512 in Woolwich, where the Great  Harry was probably lying when, destroyed. "   ..  No ship is now in existence earlier  than Nelson's flagship, the Victory, recalling to Englishmen..'Brittania's  early navy, and very probably steps  will'be taken to preserve the hull as a  relic.  Two Built. Mjuse and Furniture  Sharing equally the hardest labor  involved in excavr..:ng, in carrying  and laying brick, in mixing and shaping concrete and in laying the heavy  tiling on' the roof, an enterprising  teacher ��������� in a manual training school  near Pittsburg and'his-wife planned  and built and decorated an eight-  roomed house, wliich is a model of  convenience and of artistic designing.  No outside help was em ployed save  that a plumber'and an electrician were  called in to conform to the building  laws, of the state,  Every piece of furniture, from kitchen tablo to library chairs; was designed ancl made by the competent hands  of this resourceful, couple. The heavy  chandelier's and candelabra, "ornamented with massive brass domes, with  large chains and with quaint border  designs; tho inlaid pieces ,of great artistic value and labor saving devices in  kitchen and laundry are their liaiif'-  work. A picture ot this unusual  house is a feature of the December  Popular Mechanics magazine.  One of tho most soul-distressing accidents that can befall one is a bad  ankle or wrist sprain. "If I had only  known of 'Nerviline' earlier. I could  have saved myself an ' enonnous  amount of puhi and many agonizing  lights of sleeplessness." Thus writes  P..P. Quinn.  "I.tumbled from a ha;- lort to the  barn Iloor and sprained my right ankle  and left wrist. They swelled rapidly,  and caused excruciating pains, lt was  not convenient to go to the city, and  tho llniiTienl. in tho house was'useless.  Whon I got Nerviline relief came  quickly. It took dowiv the swelling,  relieved the pain, and gavo me wonderful comfort,  "I can roco.nmend Nerviline for  strains, biulses,_..s\volUng3. muscular  pains, and soro back. I have proved  it a'cure in such casts'."  Think what it might so:-3"<lny mean  Jo you-, to have right in your home,  "ready for an accident' ��������� or emergent  sickness, a bottle or two of Nerviline,  Get it" today.'  Large size bottles. 50c, or sample  si;:e 25c, at ail -."��������� -tilers, or The Cat-  arrhozone Co., Kingston, Out.  Hugo  Map of London  ��������� What is really a Doomsday Book of  I c i.don is now' iu course- of p-?p<ira-  tion.' The- liuf-c task of compiling  such a record of a city of the Ira'mo-i  i sity of .the Metropolis,, which has an  area of 115 square miles, was commenced by the London County Council  tlfteen years ago, and, though tho undertaking is approaching completion,  it is doubtful whether, It will ev<v be  adequately finished, because thero aro  bits of land which nobody owns, and  which thcreforo cannot be properly  mapped. The work will, in timo bo  a full record of every house aud owner  thereof with tho administrative county.  The record Is taking tbo form of a  gigantic map, made in sections. The  scale is Tr foet per mile. The now  map will show al a gln:icc the owners  of cvciy bit of London, ao far, of  course,, as owi.c-rs aro ready to acknowledge their ownership. London  Is divided up inlo ovor 2S.000 different  estah*s, and l'-l.OOO people own their  own houses and have (0 be placed on  the map, ... Changes tako place.frequently, and so the map will be kept  up-to-date  week by  week,  No Gilt Is More Universally  Acceptable Than  crrin'S  Stoves  See that the celebrated trademark,  As shown in illustration, is on every  pair of gloves you buy,  Mirard's Liniment Cure    Distemper,  Amundsen, it is said, contemplates a  polar trip by aeroplane. The groat  disadvantage of. the, method is that it  will furnish so little of incident to  write about; - ,  Most Civilized Nation  Tho question 'Which is tin most-elv-  nizcd nation on earth?' i: difficult-.to,  fchswer. Civilization is a .v-ery..classic  term and is understood differently in  different times and places, li scie'.i-  iific attainment, education, wealth v.nd  nil tho things that go alonr; with  wealth. Great Britain,. France and Ger-  ma.ny .would appear to .lead the, pro-  rces^ion7"wiViriioincrT)tiiclr nations, fol~  lowing/closely; but taking .'all things  Into'.consideration, eliminating the solo  matter of wealth,.the' most, civilized  ��������� country oh'oart.- is .probably. Norway.  In that' far' northern .land tho.- ideal  civilization' that is. the civilization  that rests on common-sense and-jus-  ��������� tice���������seems, to have matured to' ��������� a  greater extent thai; it has anywhere  else,  .Mrs.'1Wti:-piiy labored in the-hot sun-  over-her wash. +ubs,- while Mr. Murphy eat on the, woodpile and gazed  into space. ' His inactivity finally became more than Mrs. Murphy " could  bear���������at least, in silence.,  ' Why don't you "climb down off that  woodpile and help ' mo -with these  clothes? she inquired in no fontle  tone. '" ..A      . ���������   '-   ,  -AM':.���������M^ir-phy-slow-l-v-fciifted-hiB-gazc-.  and directed'it 'upon- his    laboring  spouse.-   .Why.    Iary Ann,'can't,you  see I'm" busy? he drawled. ���������  '.'.Busy? snapped Mrs. Aa/phy. What  ��������� doing? ,'���������'.!,'.-'      -! "-   ,''    : "''    ���������    "'  " Why.. I'm, thinking, .Mary Ann. .-  Thinki'n'?'she repeated.    What with  you old-fool!  ---.���������.-       *  Away .With Depression and Melancholy.���������These two'*' evils nro the >\e\  ' companlment of aijflisorderod stomach  and torpid liver ajift moan wre'tchob  ness I o (ill whoiriVa they visit. Tho  surest and cpeedffist way to combat  Ihem is'Mvilh Pifrnioloe's "Vegetablo  Pills, w,hicli will jiestorp the healthful  action of the' stomach nnd bring relief." Th'ov havo proved tholr uaoCiil-  ness lil .thousands of cases and "'ill  continue to glvo rollof 'ro the suffering  who aro wise enough to use thom,  A Hearty WcMcome  Mrs. Clay telephone.1, to   a   friend  that sho would como down and spend  lho day.  Well, horo. I am, she exclaimed  cheerily as the littlo daughter of tho  libsto. r opened thp door,  Yes, ropliod tho child, I am glad to  hoo you, nnd, I know mother will bo  glnd, tor- ��������� for sho said this morning  when you phoue.d that she wns thankful sho wiih going to havo tho visit  ovor v, ,th.  A Yankee tourist spending a holiday  in Dublin happened to be riding a motor bicycle on a road thut leads' to the  town of Bray. Seeing' an Irishman  riding nn ass toward the city ho dismounted' nnd approaching Tat exclaimed:  Hello, Pat; Is your motor or mine  the best?  I think, they're ...list the same, said  Pat. ������������������  Do you think this motor of mine  an ass?  I do, said Pat;   '��������� *      :*:  '  i-Iow do you makj that out?  Because,If., gdn.' to Bray.  is  Ticter "upurstlt" no  Numberless arc tho superstitions as-  BoclatPd with the tiger Tho nnrlvos  of India believe thu* M.-, whlskovu avo  n deadly poison Mini that when finely  chopped mid oerotly put Into ri poi*-  Ron's food thoy will r.ssuredly cut)bo  death. What Is kiicAvu ;t tlie 'evil  eye' is giontlj dreaded In India, and  to avert thin parents hang the dawn  of titters t'f-und thu necks of tholr  chlldron,  Boarding House Sentiment  Iri the soft firelight   \\\e,  hoarding  house sitting -.���������oomAookod .almost cozy]  and attractive,   'i'lie warmth and comfort 1 hawed the heart of tho oldest  lodger."  Iu tin expensive moment, ho turiiod  towards tho landlady, who was the  cnlv companion in* the room, and,  chiHiilug her ha.ials fondly, murmured:  Will you bo ������.y wife?  Tl.e woman did not start nor blush.  No maidenly coyness shono, from her  clear, cold eyes.  No sir, sho replied, with.,calm deliberation, ,j am sorry, but I cannot  marry you. You havo boen horo four  yoars and arc- much too good a boarder to bo put on tho froo list,  HOW TO TREAT  ALL SKlrfTROUBLE  Greasy Ointments No  Use���������Must  Be Cured Through The Blood  It is not a good-thing'tor people with  a tendency to have pimple-- and a  blotchy complexion to smear . themselves'with greasy ointments. In fact  they couldn't, do'anything worse, becauso the grease clogs the poresvof  the skin, making tho-disease worse.  When there is an irritating' rash a  soothing, boraeic wash may help allay  -the-pain-or���������itehingr-but-of-cpuvse-it-  doesn't cure ��������� the .trouble.- Skin'complaints arise, from'an impure .condition  of the blood and-will persist until the  blood is purified. - Or. Williams' Pink  Pills' have.cured, many cases ot eczema -and- skin' diseases' becauso they  make new, rich Uood'that 'drives-out  the Impurities, clears the sk' *. and imparts a glow of health. The following proof i's orfercd. Mrs. Fred  Tremble, Gunter,' Ont., says: "For  more than a year 1 was steadily afflicted with salt rheum or eczema. My  hands wore so S'-'o that I could not  put' them' in ��������� water withe-it tho skin  cracking'open. I tried all sorts of  ointments recommended for the trouble but they did not do me a particle  Of good,, I way told Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills" would cure the trouble, and began takhg thom, I took the Pills  steadily for r,lx or eight weeks and  Thoy, completely cured the (rouble.  Tills was sever.'.l yoars ngo and I havo  never boen bothered with it ..inco."  ��������� Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold by  all medicine dealers or by mall at 50  conts a box or six boxos for S2.G0  from Tho Dr. Williams' Modlclno Co,,  Brockvlllo, Ont.  For Princess Mary's Debut ,  Is1 is felt by those principally concerned that a new and charming era  is begun by the transformation ' of  Buckingham Palace. Ic i.as been the  king-and queen's particular wish that  Princess Mary's ^coming out' should  be surrounded by tvery pleasant circumstance, and that her London home  should be transfigured from its rather  drab 'arly Victorian abearance' to a  more modern and joyful setting. Hence  tl\e choice, of the pretty pinks and  gold which havo been so largely used  in. tho interior.  It 's said that the' court is rejoicing  at the disappearance of certain dreary  and inconvenient old landmarks and  r.f the heavy/look of tho state rooms.  It is hoped, too, that the era of change  will bo marked b. an improvement in'  om- court cei-emonies, which left a little to be desired, notabl. in the ap-  yearance of one of the largo drawing  rooms, where tho ladies awaiting presentation seemed , rather like an11 audience awaiting a concert whore the  music had failed.  His Card  E. II. Sothorn. the' actor, confesses  to a habit which sometimes has ils  disadvantages. It is his custom to  make memoranda of things wliich' occur to him .from time to time on his  calling cards or other odd bits of paper lie may have in his pockets, Ho  tolls'this as one of his experiences:  'I had occasion to call a': tlio homo of  Grovcr. Cleveland and 1 sent up my.  card. In a few minutes Mrs. Cleveland,camo in to receive me, tho card  siill in her hand and about her mouth  a nil ber odd smile. :    ..  I think porhapsl had bettor roturn  .this lo you, sho uiid. ' .  1 took it. ' On the b.ickl had written: "Socks, pajamas, one dozen collars. "' ',. ,   ,      -  Minard's Linimen'  Cures Colds.  etc.  .Rats.  In A"nierica������-t is estimated that the  .lumber of rats is-, nearly equal .to ther  population, but they are nc'- nearly as  dangerous or ���������' destructive A,.-, the rats  found in many of .ho forei;. 1 countries  and are more easily exterminated.- 11  is estimated Ly Professor-Elliott that  there are 40,000,000 rots in th������ Brit ih  isles.' India's population it* outnnu-  brred' by -:.ts lo the extent of four  rats i - each human being.  Winning the Victori.". Cross>  This Ic the story of tho act o'f gallantry  for -which  Lieutenant  Roberts  won the V.C. at Khodar.mjc.     After  a pursuit whicli   had   continued   for  nearly five' miles a body tf mutineers  had boon overtaken,-..who faced about  and fired into thr squadron' af close  quarters.     ��������� Roberts    say.-,. 'Yotinghus-  band fall, but dould not' ro lo'iiis assistance, as at that moment-one of his  sowars was in dire peril from a sepoy  who .was attacking him W'.'.i a fixed  bayonet; and had he not helped tbe  man arid disposed of his opponent he  must have been killed.-  Roberts then  descried a sepoy ma -ing off   with   a  jhij__kixd__i:uid_iiad_e_aftm-_the���������rebed  and overtook thnn.,and whilo wrench-,  -ing the staff cut of tlio hands of one oi'  them, whom ho cut down,, was nearly  killed  by .another  man  who  put liis  musket close to his.bony, but the weapon ' froninate'iy mi-jsoi". nvo    and    he  carried off the standard.  U^M  Thla trails mark assures porftet  Style, Fit and Finish.  _���������  IZ1S  THE JOHN INGLIS CO.,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  Splinters and Finger Nails ������������������  Whou a splinter gets under a linger  nail it. is often very hard,to draw out.  In such a caso lf a cold water bandage  is pv.t round the top of the finger and  then kept wet and cold it will in time  both draw out splinter and keep the  linger from i'ouerins.. -  India's LlglH Winds  In over five-sixths of th ��������� te|*ijtory  of India tho wind forces arc not strong  enough to specially encourage tho uto  of wliulinlils.  Wearing walchos on tho fingers Ib  all right for thou; Washington society glrN who nr not h tho hnblt of  washing tlio (linnet  dishes.  A Failure  Ho you Hilnk tho hoi'eo kIiow wns  not II BIICl'PKSl.  Vos, I only got to woar throo of my  new gowns ' v. account of rain.  Scientist!! have discovered that'pigskin In n jirollv good Hubiitltnlo for human skin. This was n.i evident thar  no woiuli.'i' the doctors overlooked It  hitherto.  Pocullnr Japan'"o Rite  Segitorn lotuple, lu tho piovlnco ol  Iso, .lajifiii, la tho foono each July of  a peculiar rite doilloalod tn tho worship of Acakuiniliit, tho :.,llhful servant or Ihuldha, The ." Isi known  as n 'Kimia' (a corrupt!o:i of Sanskrit  Miorna') nr'burning.'. Ihidillia taught  lhat lho cause of suffering Is desire,  and (hei'i'foro the priests of tho Shin-  gon, a Japanese sect of Iluddhlsni,  kl'.idl* a Hiv to comutno all human desires, ur tho samo time iifiVrlim prny*  era to Acalanrithn. In.one matter tbo  rlto may bo snid to dofot" ItH own ends  for It attract.* a crowd of fanners full  of doslro to obtain onibor or ashes  from lho flrii whloh Is sup������nnod to havo  consumed all doslns. Tho tradition  Is lhat llu' possession of an ember or  ashes from t.ho sum :1 llro Insures a  farmer good crops lho next autumn.  Can Get Along Without Eggs  If it woro not for tho' widespread  belief that eggs cannot bc dispensed'  with as an article of diet, wo should  never havo heard of tho seven hundred thousand members of the Housewives' League engaging .In n 30-sent  egg'wur, Iiul Uio btlic-f is not altogether wed founded Eggs nre highly useful, beneficial, nutritious but not  fmllspe'.-.pfthlo.  Put eggs are popular .because thoy  aro digestible and are easily prjpnr-  od. It Is loss work and It takes los.i  timo 10 -All an t.gg ibiiii to boil n steak  for breaUt'asi. lu that simple fad  mav lio an explanation nf tlio hxoiiI  demand I'or ogns nnd of the ensuing  excitement when prices rise.  Causes Lots of Trouble  Most of the trouble is duo to Un  fact that half of the pooplo are men  and tho other half women.  Lacking in Distance  Artist���������You don's seem quito lo llko  the picturo, l am not altogetlio. satisfied with it my.":" A little lacking  In distance, isn't <-'���������'  Candid Frlond��������� ., I ruohb that's  what's tho matter. About five miles  would holp It a heap.  Glow Worms are Anosthetics  "Hefore ho begins to feast, the glow  worm administers an anesthetic. He  chloroforms his victim, rivaling,in Uio  process the wonders of modern surgery, which renders the | atient insensible before the surjeori operate:! on  him. TI12 usual game is a small snail  which is hardly lho size of a cherry,  and in hot weather collocls in clusters  en the stif*: stulible and other long,  dry stalks by the roadside, remaining  there motionless, in pvofoi:-.d mentation, through vt tho ncorching sur ���������  mer di.ys. It is in some such rcstin������  placo as this Unit I have often beon  privileged to light ui.0,1 tho Lampyris  banqueting on the* yn'oy which- lie hnd  Just paralyzed on its srniky support by  his surgical anilines.  Hut'ho is familiar wli'.i other pro-  servos, 'Io frequents 'tho"edges o:  the irrigating -liu'h-b, with their cool  :oll, tholr varied vcgelation, a favorite haunt of the i>iolliisk. Hero 1  treats tlie game ov the ground and  under these.cor.illons. ic is easy I'or  mo to roar him at home and to follow  tho operator's peiTor.nnnoo down tt  the siniilli'hl. detail.  Engines of all kinds, Boilers of all  Uiuds, Pumping' Machinery, Tanlis,  Heavy Plate Woi*:., etc.���������Write for  prices. ��������� - -  14 STRACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO,      -      CANADA  Lovely weather, lim't It'.' A lady  whom wo know we:u to fc>oo tlie doctar  yesterday.  Well, bow niv you '.(ids; ? said the  physician eheo'.'fully.  Woll, doctor, fdie replli'd, the cold I  caught Tuesday   In   a   little   boiler,  .: a  Malnproprlnn  Visitor���������Vour iiii.sbntid go  ficiiilmonl 011: of his ;jlpc.  Mrs. IMolHinlok���������floridar-i-a. A"*'-  lit perfectly disgusting to soo lilm c  It,  The   Hum Jn".Animal  In babyhood ���������it*   .lc'.her called him  n kit to:  An anibiu'sadur r 11 Joy.; ureal privl  lege-- I**t:r Inst.'.iH'o, Mr, Page had tin  Ineffable pleasure nf woai'ini: hi'  dross i-'uit at (ho wedding <d Ufltlslt1 puppy!  ot of J     (The  neighbors  railed  I inonkeyL  If     V'Ii.mi  nt   '-A'".:.  loan] e.'ilhM 11 calf,  (Km   according  to  Uh  was-a boiiM. 1.  Afn r be b'l'l    ooIIoro  anioiiu hU fi'l  (The   glrb-  hlm a  llltlo  iir- ivn'- coininoiily  cilouilOH   ho  bt*     bfaf'lHIV*-  inl-1 a guy dog  usually   ternu'd   him  a  It's a Ga> Life  lt is easy to be u untry editor. To  run a country newspaper successfully  n man has merely to be able to writo  poems, discuss lho tariff *.'.<! money  finest Ions, umpire a baseball game, report a wedding, siv\ wood, describe a  fire so that the readers will shed their  wraps, make .1 do the work of $10.  shine at a dance, measure calico,  abuse the liquor habit, tost whisky,  subscribe to chanty, go without meals,  attack free silver, wear diamonds, Invent advertisements, rv.iec* at snoli-  borv, overlook scandal, appraise babies, delight pumpkin raisers, minister  to tho afflicted, load tho disgruntled,  1 ht to u finish, so; 1:ik. mold opinions, sweep out the ofllco, speak at tho  prayer mooting and stand in wltb  everybody.  royally, although It took plac lu daytime,  In bui-luc^'- be was ridVircd to ha :i  sly io'i  fill* eiimi-dllOiK labeled lilm a  wulf in shi'i-p'ti olntbliigl.  Ill Ills low ubalrh In; Wi.s 11 iierfei-l  Tho Indian race ls nol d.vlng on.,  Oklahoma Creel; Is the I'aMu'r ol lll'ly  one chlldron, ol' whom thirty-three lire; tij-er.  1..finks tn your pro'-'lptlon.    Hut th . u'.ive.    \[ tliero nro .my white fathers     (Some v.uhl. iiowevi-"  ono I caught Thursday is much worse,  who haic a  bell or record  than that  |((.y)  T! ' ihliiR 1 nillfil to se< yoi* for. 'ioiv- thoy ha\e nol yel It en heard from  ever  Is the 't-vere cold * emiglit Ins'1  night  h ��������� orfoct don-  n.clely lie  was do.-icrlbed as  a  Tnnobor���������Wlv-     iUtlf't     yni<      unvnl  your hnlr before you came to foIiooI?  Tniiiiny���������I ain't got uu ciuiili.  Teacher���������Then borrow your father's.  Tommy���������Father ain't got nono, either.  Teacher���������Wiunl'    IVif-siVr bf cnml. 1  his Imlr?  Tommy���������Ne nln't got no hair.  The doctor sat  down ,tnd wroto  Ion it llur of hlcroglyph'cs.  lu  . Hon.  New  Turbines  nre   Wonderful       1     .Vnrlod   ori'nslonally   by  Tlu* Turhl'.it-rt fur the new (.'unaiil'[\AA a-si  Freedom from Asthma. Asthma lu  one of tho mont distressing troubles,  Hidden In it:; attacks and prolonged In  iii< ;io,nnle,i. Kioquoitly mnny thlnjrn  are tried, but nothing "seems to glv������  hopo of rollof Ur. J. H. KellotfK'a  Asthma lU'incdy l������ :">������ one help wlur.Ji  can be depended upon. If you havo  tried olhor n-medles without miccim,  do imt fait to get .,t "iioo 11 packago  of this uniformly successful prepare  Huii.  ���������that  fltu-  New York's Idea of tuck Is Rotting  In 1o tee a new play before the police  stop lt.  Try   Murino  Eyo   Remedy  li ymi luiw Led, Weak. Wuh-ry V.ycA i,oy'A���������iUg out:  Hi* db,,s't  or (Jranuhtuil liyeJjda.   Doesn't ^mart j Uilng, pa; I warned liim!  T'      ty ��������� 1  .���������  ���������,���������;���������';-.   ,.',-'���������   :,  - '.:���������.���������,,',".'.'  pontile.     In   iie'v plavs the vlllian Ifi  nlwiivs a Turk, snys a traveler.   Well.  Isn't'the Tuik nc'irlv always 11 int. 1  with a lli'.ck ir.'iftache.  Knew Ho W~    Honest  A   11...Ill    ������liv   1>' I'I   ������������������ V>H"iil  MiUli   Vl|-i  waiting on a single customer early one  morula;:, His Utile boy am' he wen  aloni at the Hive, an tho shopkeeper was obliged to go upslsLs for some  change. Hcff re doing so lie whispered  to the littlo (bap to watch the custom-  or to f-ioo fli-ir bf iVAn't afoul nnvMibt"  Voiy soot* the i.-oprlelor returned  Avith  tl'i- ii5.-pss.-ir/ chfinKP. and the  steal   any-  liner  'A(|t;ltanla'  whkt   weigh  about  There,   ho  tall,   is   soiiiothlng   To^aihc  tons a ft  nn. (he  largo.-*!  ever' The College Boy  Lio one yon  wIP cr.reh  this  evening' .uustructeil, ciimp-.'lso the littenl lib as "|\veio nanulii \-> liimjn hate |ils name  wllh  that   V  neck iini',  those  skinny! in. mnrltK- 1 iiglneerlng,   Thousand:' of'    Km-nlli d on Lo'irnlii'i'n seNL  l'.Ius,     Ciuod at'U'fiit'jn. i puunds were split In cviierlmemtti^JT,, 1,1,,, t li** j.ltinaeU of fame  ____.���������_.__ ��������� Anil   I'M"   e -!-���������  I'ii'   i.nr������i   ������i- il..  nf  A">  ��������� "��������� ','.'. .1.1   '..      '���������������    '������������������''   '���������    -   .-> -   '  ln-l rerleiiee  grilneil  by'the  company  >nl    Princess Alevundra's tioussonu  eluded nuns eigm nat:., init it I'niii-e ine coii.iiniciiou and itiunuiK m l^y^  Arthur tlilu'kj he wlll (lift "on not other nirb'.iii- .l:lp , tlio 'L'armaiiU.  b-ivo to buv- l.er anv lu.'s, fo- a ymir or 'Lusltanhi.' ami ������Mmi������-'-j:uiI*i ' Iu "���������������  two (he prince's  ban', balance Is  In'case of the 'A .nitnnln,'    by  ��������� The secretary of ih<- treasury ban  decided that lur'-al'ter V must not bo  iiheil for U In liiu'1'ipi.hiaf on r.ibllo  Landings.     Vnlfurin spollluy   Ib   tha  Sl'i^llll.  diingn* of an unexi've, jd Jolt.  Jl.iSCIIi'!  stoani   ihrougl.   high   iircssure,   li.ter-,    inedhitc !.nd bin" ii'-������'-������nrr- turli'Mi ������������������ ������'���������'  Iiv a m-on'd.ir Ao-'until a f'liic.'igo llie condenser. In Mead of as: f.������j mer!*,.;  Judse niidor*. u verdict lu favor .sf a1 direct from high to lo ,* p!eM*urr\ 'ihlsi  claimant whereby th ��������� Inttor still loses, j ensures inore .vork -o m ti������Ui conl and;  Still It i.iakes Jn'it little diflereiu-.*. a������  water  lhe lawyers would  .line result  -uve in-lived :il the  A H)iff'ial feature :.' the nrianKt-H",nr  made t'.tr I'.oiu:? asu *i.   l.:i������*tt of the  Knelai-d'p pmjfi'-al   fn-   n vour   in'  DreartiuMiglit construction Is in lieeji-j  illg *-M'ii ������'������i   L)li>". bill th.'- \iilY Mlpp'.V'j  iiiiiiiiii'.wturoiK will imt Im U get any  fiirthi'i*.  Another Kind of Fool j  'Tin- man \ihn vnb\ a fiirtmio for ti|  bo'-'iis ran- Imx.I. iui;*.t bo a vory Indb.  limit bIMlnpblle.  We',!, vel'l'.i'd Miss    r-iyrr.ni-, thore  The (Jef.lng'enl Survey repot ts tho  world's output of platinum for V.-V- n������  ,",M,7rit Troy ounces, of which ItiiHsIn  contributed three hundred thousand  ounces and Colombia twelve thousand  ounces. Jn Un- Liilted States 7'Jl  oiineei were produced, whllo llw. 1m-  poith into   tins   country   nggroKnted  ; .',' ���������'.:'.,'liim   in    l,i..n     >u   Cut,    onltii-    i'l:Z-  \nft. l'laiiuiini Is now worth f<������rty-  sis dollais an ounce, tigalriht twenty  dolliws nvo yvatH uuo.  ���������Soothes   Kye l'ain.    DnujgUtj   Belli  Murino live Kcmudy, IJqind, 2Su, 50c. i  Murine. Kyo Salve in Aseptic Tubts,   ,:/'',;., r��������� t0 ,.vt  25c,  50c.    Kyo  Hooks  Frew by Mull.   I"* ������Tr ���������.."''���������'���������1 h  An tyt, xtr'tOoaa iw Hltt** l������m U*������* C*ra   j ������'' '' ���������' ��������� ���������         ,  Nowadavii rli'.Mrcn have to have, a  nion-. with their  .uJK'liii S'l^^-^mubleNoiwiil yti^ ^tup^- ifh-Mft^_ ' "^ '"  r.tfi i-u- i-i"- ti- ir." ���������'. ' ���������"���������"'���������'-���������-���������i; from  ! i ''"   ���������������' '''''     "'"'< ''���������   r 7- ', " _.     ,.  ..IrnlJ^ ne.:.*  U-..:i  li-'l T   '.:,\n,t,    .     .      ..  nS    Ir.h, & nl!'.' Mn- k. r, ihe |���������.  ...ii���������. ��������� |    M, -   W.,w,i .' -Mat.   1 u������b:,n'   am'.  , .   ..     1        . . ��������� . .. ���������  -.- .! .���������;,   ;,III. lit)   .Ji   ' .. i-.ii.i-iitt    )i-.llln.  Ami m, nt io Ao  ffuflno  K'.o  Romodr Cr,.,   Chlcajo  All previous   ululatloi^  IfAl'l'    LIMA     V      .'.      ('I'     I'"-''    1'  .in  .i.-nMiri  \r,t\. ���������-���������>���������������������������������������������������'   ���������  On;  1II.-1 a:������������������ that In beroinlnp iarc j in.ti>i   that   wi::  ib'. housfjnald.* knfcs and no thanks'tf It Ih d������-o'd"d  to the doctor;-, eltlnv. for lost time  (la'  t -s 1.  t  <i  1 n  1.1.  \*,\..>,i.-. hiiii,-* v.;,.<;,  you! jopul.irii;. nt'i-������ be ������n.-  ;; (A, i.i .i,:i'nV.::i; i at.  ..-   .":.  V.".  |.>i 1. to-.uix;.  Ktoi  I  Tl." i:t\t r.  in1 -.:  I.i 11  i������ '-���������  llh.i: VA  Mi..   ( . "  'Lit.  ,il     if.Al.-i.  111. lit'  lift-   lot)  li  fh.')  '.n   1  run' nu.>   !���������<��������� "-aAo l,  (can LtateiiUiar,  y.���������i  ,,)i   ii  ������oi nor.  :a      . !l . a  car i  .. !���������.���������; vi ul.I  t fn p.1  I'.i.tc.t  11,  comb  \i tin' mdbim trust ln*i-t typified iut  . n 11 inpii.   ir a iiai'iiiiif..  ��������� ��������� m.mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmm.^m.mmm.mmmmmmmmimm^  Dr. Morse's  Indian  Root  Pllla  nre put flif rt.hr mrdiVIn^ for tiiu  thiUiicn. When iluy.iK-t.iiiistipatt'il  ���������when tlieir kidnrys are out of order  ���������~v.btn ii\cf-iiid������iii:fti'.������*_ in t.oma  (s\otiicfood give* litem tndiKCktiun  ���������-l">r. M'^r^''* |niti.in Ron I'ilU uill  qi.-icklv and *i;u-!y jiul tbitn lisjht.  1'i.rr. );-\i u������-i.ibl".ibcy r.t'itlicrM-d'cn,  uc.������l.niijrBii|ic,Vi1.������-li.-.i'������h outi: tiht-t.  (,��������� ,tl i,i.ir t!������l-ircn".. l.t-aislt l������y  ch rt, ',.;i!t!������ai_,niiF[>i. lliii.hs  LiAi-H Kumi 1'tliain ibe iuuic,  ll:cyH  Kuop  tho   Children  Woll ..^W^M*!**  WH������������upweA^tf������ftt������*W  X~Jm^i~Zii,-Z- -"-'7^i^V ri������T*"���������������������!��������������� *^<*3iuiM-,^*tu������?zt?.z*^M.*.ir**ingt*ia-\apj**m  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITJBH.. COLUMBIA.  *  '.fiwlsBriand Kuv;i.  a v by   WVdnosday the  St   Cumberland  thing   Company.  ��������� 'yicipor will not hold  itself  .. i!>Ui for tlio opinioiistii' otli-  ''���������ty ajipoar in'its eolumnr-  ;;OC-IO tilllO.  - CCKSDAV FKB.,'IS   1!)M  :    . '-ER  NOTICE  -���������    .H'l-'ACK   TO TAKK A_si>  ���������   ' !i-'-i-.-i-v ,;!*.cu that  1:m\H'-  .. i, llm,;'-, -,f *��������� :.>t.i:i;i,  ; \ 'i-r U lu.1.",- ' It) luittt :���������!���������''  ��������� 'in .n -pir 9.-I b-inra, A n'.il,i:i  o   f :-  .   Ci* 'I'.,    i, IlL-ll   i\,,.\H   )5)    I)  a   .lr.;'i-n   t!ii'ou<li   ili-wtieallt  .  a. '. '.m.i i s ii:t, i Slrailii of fioiir-  ��������� in 1 ���������* \u- r  A,   \Ug  (vbiulii-.um   *atoi-v.'": I'.'o tlivrrtftl ut'J'JOn-  ':'.)!;;   io>l.i ���������}'  and vill  ba 11 rd  ': !-.-.il\v������y i'ii p"vs o'n t'.ic l"ii<l  ..-.. i.t 'i-.u'hvuy Riglit ol Wny,   TinV  ��������� -a-'~ ;n:,i(-d'.')'i I'ii! yround on   the  .   .- J .j .;' A-.-r 1, IM..     Tha 'npjilcHli'm  -���������������������������    't. Ia.1 ill t>:0 OlVlud cf  thb W.tltr R������-  .   '.'io: -A Vici'������ii������, JI, 0.    Objections may  .���������>7'I\ca wrb tlm said Water Ibseorftvt cr  \'-. .-��������������������������� "fimpJi-tiller of Water RlgSi'ls,  '���������  I';-:-.-rt i.trliii-|{i, Viuii'-ri*, B. 0.  .;���������- -���������������������������;���������'���������/j.mmJt a .\\a.n-ai.v:o railway  Applicant  JL E   BEASLKY ,  Afftni  _2lG jnjl  .WATER  NOTICE  I'Oil A0 LICKS CE TO TAKB AND ,"  US15 ,W._T15K..  :��������� i'f JOE is hors'Uj. ^U-en (hat I_*"qn'-  & KdDiimo Usi'.w.iy,  of Victor's,  L1 wi'i Apply f :i- a Icuce to tako antl  iOO,fl(X> ijvl- lis rrr 2-i hours, cf  wuU'r  :' S.v-kIv '-rati;, *,v-:c-li ilo vs in a nor-  iy < i cccio'i   rhr������i7g!i   Newcasfl.j Dis-  -������������������'ii-i tiiieiies int' ILe.1 l'������y, iictr  ��������� ������������������- - ! C'Ook' "'Ti.fa wi.l-r will b's divor  ��������� -- !.' :>}������������������ t:'p'-tre:trii.iroin   Ruilvray 'nnd  ���������-���������:���������-.!, Jim (b'tiertvl  il .llw iy purport's.-  U^^_____ka__i____J ?.j l'ail way UiuM ������f  '���������'���������M-    'Art! .in'oe w.is p..s'.c-d tin. the  ,.-.  ��������� .-I uu tho 8 A. dy t.i Apiil,  1913,  ".'"���������   .-j-v'''.tlait:i :> 'Ail:  \v. filed in ilie  ciffic:  ��������� lira Wilof Ti'-'ConLr at Yictorh, IJ.'C.  *"��������� ���������jsct'ims nv-iv bo lilid  with tho snid  W.t?t Recorder <n-������iih .(ha Coinptioller  \f VAtir rii,jrit_, Parliament Jim Minus,  'HowrU, BO,  ': _-:SQUi"4ALT & NANAIJ10RAILWAY  "    , Apjtlii'iint ,  ,    II. K. BEASLKV'  AKCinti  M*IIG my?  WATER  NOTICE  POR A MCKKCE TO TAKK AND  USE WATKR.  KOI.TCK is horoby (riven tint K������ijui-  ������n.ilt A X;iii.iinio P.ailw.ty of Viotoria,  J. ib will n\o/.y tor n liooaci lo In'ia unci  n-i' IiW,O00|fal|.inii jjc:r 21 hour-*, of u-alor  in\\ cl H'mAno (.ko'.', wliioli flown ia a  roril t-i-.y illitHViaii ihroiif.h Nelson Dia-  ir't't iiiiil unfilivfi iu:,u Jloyr.o Ponuil liour  Trnb'i; It-i-r-r. Tlm \y Arr will bo <livii>-i -cl  /it H'XHiiwtruiini ft'niu Kiil'vi'iiyi.iulwill lio  nj-.flfor O'.'iiuinl Ilnilwny jiiirpatcfl mi tho  hnd ilor.x.rib^il ti'i riiilivay rlghl i>f wayTlili  n'ie'.e.e wnn pojtm. on ilio uromul (r.i tlio  ;irsl duy nf April, UUU, Tho ivj. plunti"iv  ������i:l hn Bjii.J In t .a oflicM of thu Wntor  lt"c������r(l������r, VWorift, il.O. O.'jootlor.n may  Vie tiled with lho eVil W.ihr Hononlor or  with ilu C tnptrollcr of Wn'cr UI/.{1iIh,  }������.i>Jin������.o:)l Hiililinj.', Victnrin, IJ, C.  jfAcffiiMALT k VAKAIMOJUIMV'A*  Apiillcaiit  [I, K.    RASLRT  A|j*o6  IN THHCOLI.NTY   ( l)I"RT Ob\  NA.N.MMO 1I01.DKM        ftGBsasasaBSS  .  ATCUMUERLAN.L)..  IN TUI5 MATTER of Sarah Ell-.  I'lioi'. Tyson decoaset], -intestHto,  . - AND  IN"TIIK MATTKlt of tlio "OlH-  uinl A'liiiiiiistrators Aet;,!  -TAKE NOT/ICli tluii l.y ordor  or , liis' Honor .Ititltfo ltaiker,  iiiacio tlio otli city of November,  1'JI3, 1 was iifipointwl Admitiis-  tratoi* of lho K^tatq of thoAtboVe-  nioiitiont'i! (lociiii-'c'd, mul all jinr-  tie*-' liivinc ',:!itiins ftijninst tho  sni������l osh'ito ni-" ht'ivby iv<{nijwl to  ftiniUh snnto. iirojioily verifuxl,  to mc on ov bei'ort' tlio 13th dny  iVwniher, Vd'Yd. AN I.) nil par-  lies imlebU'd to t������ni(l e.-lnto, nro  tvtjiiii'ed to jiiiy tho amount of  iheir indebtedness to mo forthwith. ' "  Dntod this llth dny of November, 1913.  , W. 'Wvsij-.y WtU.AIU),  Ollicial Adiniiiitftrutiir,  C'umborlnnd, 13. C,  ^ss^ss^xsTr^^rtRr^m^i^^l  IN   THE   COUNTY   COURT  O K N A N AIMO   Ii OLDEN  -      "AT CCT'iaBERLAND.  IN THE MATTER OF Daniel  Mngfui^dee^ieod, int������sfatdj  who  ��������� died a)  Cumberland, R, C.   o^i  Jwne 25th 1913.  AND  IN TtfE MATTER of tho   '-Official, Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE*tliat   by 'or*  t!  der of.His Honor". Judgo Barker,  made the 5th day. of November,  1013, [was appointed Administrator of tbo Estate of tho above-  mo'itioned deceased, and all parties hnvino* ehiinia ao.iinst 1 lio i  said estnte are .hereby requived to E'  furnish sauic, properly vuriiied,  to me on ov before'tho 13th of D  are  -ii-i-j-pftlit-Jl*:  re-  wm^rTA%ny=M^A'  indebted to said   estate,  qtiii^d to pny-tlio amount of their  indebtednoss to me forthwith. ,  Dated this- llth|day of November, 1913.   '  W. Wksii.ky Wiu.ARii,  Oflieial Administrator,  Ciinibiirlaiid, B C.  7% TCW3 C'OTJKtV COURT OF  NAK^.TH'Orrftf.DK'H AT  JN   THR    MATTKIt  OF   ,Tuhn  Hniiibal^kn'Mvq tif-Iohn Mmyth  rhicnnncd, in'e^tnln.  ,vho died nt  R������iU 1'i.d.u.il on July a,rJl������.  AND  >N THE MATTRU ol \\w* OllleinI  Ailniinis:mtor.~ Act."  'JTAKR KOTHJR '.hat bv   otilor ot  JIi.> !! .::' r '���������"'.''���������  Il-irl.'cr   n>nd<>  t ur; tjl.l U  INTIIii)   COUNTY   COURT   OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  IN THE MATTE It of DanidO'  Conn..llfalso known  es  Daniel  John O'Contiell, doecusod, intes-  tntr,Y/ho died at lA.pe Oemmer  ell, Rupert Diatriot on Jhv.n:\.y  20,1013.  AND  INT HIS MATTE11 ai ".u-"')���������''c.:.\  AilmitiistrnvoM Ac.'  TAKENO'HCT ij:  His  Honor   -.luil;*-.'   I  ihe oih tiny oi   .io . ���������:  was   appoititen'  the Eptu .o of Ou  (h'Cd.'ued, and   .'.  chiiiriB againel t ;���������   ..-.. i  hereby required  : ������������������ '. nii:  projiorlv' verinud. 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'���������: -A-  !������i  ������tw nrrarr-  Us      'A  ''���������'lr.:*',.''  x7A}Yy  '-tt'   Kr<.4.i-*tjA'������u.*i   v^A*.  -'^'���������-     "^k .1   g ^  IO j.  tt'.. ;  :..f     W  Vll-t     li-i.    a       '     .  ; i..-t;utMAi;r .v  Danaraait' Avenae  Cambefland, S. C,  (;.  ri  i  ���������#mmmxtti'mvst$������;ri;  at������jjB������awtufi^ rMmrtiiiartrriilkiMlaBi a^jf^^fr^^^^mfl^ij^j^  n -  *-H^y    "       l,m    t-~ !THE.NEWS./CUMBERLAND. B. C  TAKEN AT A SACRIFICE  I.OUI>   GH1I3F   JUSTICESHIP   DB������  ml VES ISAACS OF FAT FEES.  ���������Distinguished Jewish Lawyer, Who  Succeeds to tho Highest Post In  tho British Judiciary ond Second  Highest Place In the Realm,  Must Forego His Handsome Income as Counsel.  'While the honor is great, the position of lhe Lord Chief Justice of England, as well as that of Attorney-Central and Solicitor-General, entails  great monetary sacrifice on the part  of the men who attain such proud  positions in the legal -world. Before,  Sir lUifus Isaacs, -who succeeds Lord  Alverstone as Lord Chief Justico of  England, became Sollctor-General in  (1910 (ho became Attorney-General In  tho same year), his leg:d-practice was  'bringing hlni in closo upon .150,000  '������ year. In 1898, when he applied for  Bilk,.he waH doing, a practice worth  "between ?2C,000 ahd $30,000 a year,  'and some idea of thn value'placed up-  tm his services in later years may be  'gathered from tho fact that in a case  In which ho waa leading counsel,  .which lasted twenty-one days, Sir Itu-  'fus received a retaining fee iA $15,-  '000 and a.refresher ot ?1,000 a day.  I    As Attorney-General, however, he  only received ?35,000 a year, which  >-au augmented' by foes received for  {work dono on behalf of> public, departments���������fees which in 1911-12  Amounted to over ?3Q,000, bringing  hts total incomo to just ovor $85,000.  'And by-accepting the appointment of  Lord Chiel Justice Sir ltufus make3  jmoro monetary sacrifice, for, while  his salary will be Increased'by $5,000,  'It is Sir John Simon', wbo succeeds  blm as Attorney-General, who will get.  tho fees for departmental work. As a  (matter of fact, the Solicitor-General  Is better off than the Lord Chief Jus-  jtlce, his salary, and fees for 1911-12  jbelng oyoi* $50,000. Like Sir Rufus,  JLord Alverstone threw away a good  -slice of his Income when he became,  (Attorney-General in 1885, for his income while at the Bar was between  11100,000 "nd 5150,000.  | Tho Lord Chief Justice, however,  i!b better off than tho Lord Chancellor, although tho latter receives ?50,-  000 a year and a pension of $25,000;,  ,. for, whereas the Lord Chancellor is  ���������but a temporary officer of the state,"  coming In and going out with the  chango of Government, the Lord'  'Chief Justice holds ' oflice "during  jgood behaviour"���������in other words, for  jllfe. Years ago the Lord Chief Justice was paid .50,000 a year, with a  Denslcn of 520,000 on retirement; the  'salary;' however, was'' ultimately reduced to $40,000.  It Is a curious fact that,-until 1873,  (he Lord Chief Justice was not allow-  ^������!u-to~styie~him"seif"raTd"'Chitf^ru8fic8_  'of England, but only the' Lord Chief  Justice of tho King's Bench Division,  iind lt ls said that one of the causes  ���������f the dismissal of Sir Edward Coke,  |tbe famous jurist of tho seventeenth  century, wTas that he had styled hiiu-  nelf Lord ChW Justice of England on  come of his publications. In the year  'already mentioned, however, what is  ���������known as. tho Judicature Act was  'passed, which enabled the Lord Chiof  ���������Justice to add "England" to his title,  f Noxt to tho Lord Chancellor, the  iLord Chief Justice Is the highest judicial dignitary in tho kingdom. Tho  'ofllco Js generally, the prize of tho  chief law officer of tho Government,  jund political considerations, tho'ro-  foro, cuter largely into the appointment.' But tha Chief Justices have  ,beon generally worth'-; of their great  .joflitlon, and tho list of thom contains lho names of bquio of tlio greatest masters ct common law.  The career of Sir Rufiis Isaacs la  probably without parallel In tho hlti-  Itbry of tho BiCr. It was not unlll 1904  jtlint ho entered tho House of Com-  toons as member for Reading, since  (when ho has tilled tho .highest law  Ofilces K lho kingdom, excepting lhat  !of Lord Chancellor, and in addition  'achieved tho diflllncllon of being tho  'flvflt Attorney-General to lie lndudod  !n the Cabinet.  Some of his predecessors, howovor,  liavo owed their promotion to somo  very curious caiiBcs. When Lord JCon-  yon, who boeaino Lord Chief Justico  fn 1788, died, tlio wngH declared that  ,1)10 causo of death was his habit of  eating applo-plo crust for .breakfast  'fo nave tho oxponso of nuifllns, and  ,.hnt Lord Ellonborough, who suc-  tooiletl him, over aftor bowed with  isrent reverence to applo-plo---a ouse,  nn nomoono onco wild, of upplo-ple-ly,  I.,ord Tenterdori owed liis appointment  to the fact that tho Atlornoy-donoral  of tho day was too doaf to Uko lho  podltlon. Strangest of all waa Uio  <ano of Chief Juntloo Wright, He  was a boon companion of JoffrnyB,  who mild to him: "As you aconi imflt  for tho Bar, or for nny othor honest  calling,' I boo nothing for It but tlmt  you nhould becomo a Judgo yournolf,"  An', a Judgo, and o.ontually Chief  Juntloo, ho wnn mndo.���������Tlt-Blts.     /  ELEPHANTS USEFUL IN INDIA.  Children Are Taken C*re of by Them  ���������Children In Trunks.  In India lt is not an uncommon  thing for the children of a niahcut���������  tho keeper of one or more elephants  ���������to be cared for by his animals. Instances are not wanting, of a mother's  systematic placing ot her baby in r_n  elephant's caro and within reach of  its trunk while the mother herself  goes to fetch wator or to get wood  or materials to cook the family meal.  It is pointed out that no jackal or  wolf would be likely to pick up and-  carry off a baby which was* thus confided to ,tho care of an elephant.  Most people who have lived in the  jungle know how very possible it is  for an animal of the first class to  carry off a baby when lt i3 lying in a  hut or when tho mother is unprovided  with means to light off the marauder.'1  Children brought up in tho com-',  panionship of an elephant becomo  ridiculously familiar with  pachyderm nnd iako all manner ot  liberties with him, liberties which  the elephant seems to endure on the  principle that they do not annoy him  whllo ihey anniso Ihe child.  Ouo may seo, it is averred, a little  native child, quite naked, .about two,  feet high, standing on an elephant's  baro back and taking it down io the  water to bathe, vociferating all tho  whilo in most unbecoming terms, of  native abuse. -,   i  Ou arriving at' the water the ele-'  phant ostensibly in obedience to the  child's 'command, lies down .and enjoys himself, leaving' just a portion  of his body, like a small island, above  the water. Upon this part of tho elephant tho child will stand and shout,  yelling all the more if he has several ;  companions of his own age also in j  charge of elephants, all wallowing in '  the water around htm.  "If the child .  should  slip off his .'sla'id  the  ele- i  phant's trunk immediately  replaces  him in safety.   .  These urchins, when they grow up,  become assistants to the mahouts,  and in time eventually attain the dignity of becoming mahouts themselves.  IRON-ROAD EPIDEMICS.  Why   Railway   Accidents   Occur  In  Cycles and at Certain Times.  Like measles aud smallpox, railway accidents are epidemic. One bad  case, it would s&em, breeds many-  others.  Take, for example, the terrible ac-'  cldent at Aisgili Moor which occurred  recently in Great Britain, when fifteen passengers were killed.     This  was immediately followed by no fewer  than  eight  others,  only  one  ofj  which, happily, was attended by loss]  of life. ' But this was due.to sheer)  "good 'luck. -. '  The (ieralllng'ot the Flying Scots-,  man at Chevington might just as well'  SOME SCHOOLBOY HOWLERS.   ( FAMOUS SLOVENS.  Interesting Information Given By th������  ,   Students.  Some amazing "howlers" are mentioned as given in answer to examination questions in the report just Issued on secondary education in Scotland.  "Mammon" was quite commonly confounded wiih "manna" and also  ( with "mammoth," "Mormon,"   "Ma-  ! hammed"; Job with Jonah, and "mu-  JBCS"'wilh   "Mutes."   One definition  , (was,   "A   worshipper   of   mammon  ' means a bigamist," another that   it  ; "means an Israelite, since the people^  of that tribe were fed by mammon'  in 'he wilderness." !  : Muses, It was stated, were often  seen at funerals In the olden days. A'  "Job's comforter" was described as  j have developed into one of the mostj  j Appalling catastrophes 'of modern ! "a woollen muiller worn round tho  I times; while the two other .week-end' j throat," as "a thing to give the baby  j accidents which took placo at Black- t tho patience of Job," nud as "some-  1 burn and -Ludlow respectively, wero ' thing very pleasing, for Job was plac-  Doconio j 0j precisely u_0 sanio kind that have' cd insldo tbo whale's belly, und It  tne   big | ^oon attended by many fataltles upon ] was very pi  In Cleopatra's Needle  One of the favorite attractions for  visitors in London v< is Cleopatra's  needle ,on the Thames embankment.  On Its erection in its present standing place many. years ago a large  number of articles were put in tbe  cavity at the base of the obelisk.  The following represents the.complete list:  Standard foot and pound; bronze  model of the obelisk, one-half ' inch  scale to the foot; copies of engineering, printed on vellum, with plans of  the mechanical contrivances employed  in erecting and transporting-, the  obelisk, together with its complete  history; a fragment of the obelisk itself, chipped from it in the process of  leveling  the  base;   jars  of  Doullon  ire-;-coi:  3t-of-British-coina"ge~  Including an Empress oflndia rupee;  standard gauge of 1,000th part of an  inch; baby's feeding bottle and .children's toys; parchment copy of Dr.'  Birch's translation of the obelisk's  hieroglyphics; portrait of Queen Victoria; Bibles in French and English,'  the Hebrew Pentateuch, ' tho Arabic  Genesis and a translation, into 215  languages of the 10th verse ol tho  third chapter of St. John's Gospel; a  razor; Bradshaw's railway guide;  case of cigars; some pipes; box of  hairpins and sundry articles of feminine adornment; a hydraulic jack, as  used iu raising the obelisk; specimens of wlro rope and submarino cables; 24 maps of London; copies ot  dally and illustrated newspapers; a  two-foot rule..  1 other occasions, j  I     What causes theso epidemics of ac- i  , cldents, which,   by   tho   way,   occur ..  j regularly ln cycles of years?    It is  ��������� hard to say.   One theory, largely held; j  i hy Tallway men, ts tliat they are duo ,  i to carelessness, begot of over-conn- j  j denco, which is due, in Us turn, to ;  : long immunity, from serious disaster. ;  I     Another is that they are brought,  [about���������in part, at all events���������by climatic causes, and this theory might  quite conceivably account, for a cer- .  Iain type of accident epidemic���������like, ,  for instance,'tho remarkable series of  1 derailments that took place all-over  , the various railway systems of the  i world during the1'cold and wet'au-  ! tumn and winter following the exceptionally sodden summer of 18SS.  A landslide, destroyed in one caso  an entire excursion train running between" Salandra and Grassano, in  Italy, killing th'rty-lwo people. This  was on Oct. 20, and on the 20th of  the same month the Imperial train  wa derailed near Borki, South Russia," from a similar cause, the Tsar  being injured, and above a score of  people killed. A little later a tunnel  collapsed in the Rhondda and Swansea Railway>4u Wales, causing lho  loss of seven lives. <  Another kind of accident epidemic  Is, there is reason ti believe, due to "-  malice; in other words, and to put it '  bluntly, to deliberate train-wrecking, j  This, although   the guilty parties |  were never caught, is believed to be  the explanation of^ the alarming series of minor accident to trains which  took place early in 1907, iu thc.Huck-  nall Tarkard district of' Nottinghamshire. ,,  And to this'cause can be ascribed,  with absolute certainty the somewhat  similar series of .accidents to Midland  passenger expresses in 1898; for the  perpetrator, a man named Tomlinson,  was actually caught placing his cunningly-devised obstructions upon the  line, and received .the well^merited  "s'eiiienTTe^ Cnive n ly~y^^  vitudc. . '      n "'  Origin of O Jn Front of Oporto.  Tho city of Oporto in Portugal was  onco upon a time called Porto. Tho  letter O in front of it Is due to a peculiar and llkewlso almost humorous  'happening.,  .When the Duke of Wellington was  conducting the Peninsular wars ho  had with blm several Irish regiments.  One of theso stationed in Porto camo  to like tho placo ho much that tho  men decided to mako it immortal  with the O'Toolos and O'llnras:  Honee the town known to the Portuguese as Porto has ovor sinco boon  blnv.oncd far and wide to the rest ot  tho world as Oporto,  Epidemics of railway accidents,occurring at Christmastldc are, alarmingly frequent, and these are, no  doubt, due to derangements in tho ordinary working of the lines, occasioned by the heavy and unusual holiday  ' traffic. In fact, this was the actual  ..finding, In almost so many words, as  regards the causo of live, out of the  seven accidents which happened ln  December, 1870.  No theory, however, that can be devised, will account satisfactorily for.  an epidemic llko the one that broke  out In the summer of 187 3, when no  fewer than twenty-throe railway accidents, some- of them of, an exceedingly serious character, were recorded  In seventeen dayu.  ���������; Two of thoso happened on the snriio  day���������August 23rd���������and resulted ln  sixteen deaths. Tho worst, that near  vWigan, whicli killed thirteen people,  was duo to a mysterious derailment;  und a fow days lator another precisely similar inexplicable disaster occurred on tho NortheaRternRallwiiynear  Hartlepool, causing three deaths and  enormous destruction of rolling stock.  Yet another of this extraordinary  group of accidents was due to a, cow  getting on lho Southwestern Railway  line near Guilford,  easing for him to got out  again." Thero was a tendency to represent Isaac as '-'the fatted calf" who  waa to be killed, or to see ln the  phrase an equivalent to othor familiar sayings like "tho fat Js In tho  Are," or "to kill, tho goose that laid  the golden eggs."  But the acme ot absurdity, It Is declared, was surely reached by tho  candidate who stated Uiat "Vanity  Faii" was a fair held In tho time of  Moses, whero all the people gathered  together and sold their goods���������  'Moses at the fair'."     '  The paraphrase of, Gray's well-  known "odo on tho death of a favorite cat" proved rather subtle, and  girls as -a rule did it better than  .boys. In widely separated schools  the odd mistake occurred of describing the "hapless nymph" as "a goldfish with no clothes on.'.' In an essay,  on llowers the word "nature" was  sadly abused ��������� "All nature dies in  <the autumn," or worse still, "All nature leaves us when winter come?."  Of the pairs of characters in poetry  .proposed for comparison, Macbeth  and Milton's Satan were first favorites. There was a strong tendency to  jtreat Satan, not as a fallen' angel,  ,,but as an erring mortal. ."He resembles Macbeth," said one candidate, "because both wero misled by  their wives." "Placed In another walk  bf life," said a candidate, "Satan  would have been a good man,"  Some interesting blunders were  found in the history papers. George  Washington was confused with  Georgo Stephenson, Mr. Gladstone  with' David Livingstone, and Fran-,  chise-wlth Franco-Scottish. One boy,'  after reference to the Boer War, solemnly slated that "Lord Roberts died  last year at a good old age, and was.  head of the Salvation Army." '  i Two noteworthy definitions ot franchise were given ��������� "Franchies is a  kind of cotton imported in bales,"  and ^Franchise was the gold and silver treasure which the Spaniards in'  tlayTTr^^ir^atra^~'the'_l8(hnius of"  Panama." The; event most often misdated was the foundation of the  liouse of Commons; some regarded it  as simultaneous with "the passing of  the Parliament Act! I,t is remarked  as extraordinary that' many children  defined Presbyterlanlsm as government by priests or by bishops.  Turner, Johnson, Carlylc and Tennyson Were All Untidy Men.  It is surprising how careless of  their outer appearance many famous  men have been. It is said of Turner,  the great landscape painter, that his  hands were "the smallest and dirtiest  hands on record." Perhaps that is an  exaggeration, but ho was certainly  very slovenly ln his dress. He wore a  black swallow-tail dress coat, very  much ln need oX a clothes brush vigorously used, and In tho warmest ."is  well as ln the coldest weather ho wore  round hlB throat a sort of wrap or  muffler, which he would unloose, letting the.ends dangle down in front  and dip into the colors'of his palette.  Ho always worked either with his  old hat on his head, or with this same  large muffler over his head. His appearance was moro llko that of an  old-tlmo coachman than of a famous  Iloyal Academician, for he was short  and stout, with a red and blotchy '  face.  Dr. Johnson's slovenliness has nl-  , most passed Into a proverb. There .  nre many contemporary accounts of  his turning out of his lnuse In Belt  Court with his wig back to front and  his stockings down. When Boswell  visited him at No. 1, Inner Temple  Lane, he records, "'Ills brown suit of  clothes looked very rusty; he hr.d on  a little, old, shrivelled, unpowdered  wig, which was too small for his  head; his shirt neck and the knees cf  hi3 breeches wero loose, his black  worsted stockings ill-drawn up, and  by way of slippers ho had on a pair  of unbuckled shoes." When it is added that this, creat man was constantly twitching, grunting, shaking his  head, puffing his cheeks, and blinking  his eyes, it must bo admitted that his  appearance was not only uncouth but  grotesque.  Thomas Carlyle, coming of a peasant raco, never conformed to society  garb. He would always go out in his  old dressing-gown, over which he buttoned a big coat,, grey with age. When  he was left alone in the house he delighted in swilling his flagstones with  palls of water, ancl many a distinguished friend found him thus engaged with a kind of smock on and his  bushy hair all tousled. He went about  all the summer among ��������� the highest  aristocracy in.a frieze jacket which  was part of an old dressing-gown. All  the cabmen,and bus drivers Chelsea-  way knew him. One said: "He may  wear a queer 'at, but what would yer  give for the 'eadpiece inside of it?" ,  It would not be seemly to describe  Tennyson as slovenly in any real  sense. He was a singularly noble-  looking man, but he did not care a  jot what he wore. His ^old slouch  hat- had seen unnumbered������years, and  flapped about'at all angles, and the'  Inverness cape which he invariably  wore was about as old as his hat  CANADIANS OFF WU  it  MOTORING AND GOLF THKIE  POPULAR RECREATIONS. v*  Sir William Van Ilorno Is an Artist  of Xo Small Skill nnd Several  Others Aro Art Collectors���������XV. H.  Rrouse ColUcts Stamps and CoU  Hcndrlo War Medals ���������- C. ��������� 0������ ���������,  James Ts a Bibliophile.  , While Canadians aro strong be-  Hovers in the necessity of recreation,  they cannot be described as hofiby-  jsts, says W. A. Craick in Tho Toronto Globe. Tho number of out-and-  out hobbyists in Canada is exceedingly small. It is true that here aud  there one encounters somo man who  is making a specially of collecting  certain objects, or Ib devoting hia  spare timo to certain odd pursuits,  hut' it will bo found that in most  cases these are of very secondary Importance in his scheme of existence.  The great objective of Canadians ol  the present day is to collect money,  and any time that remains over from  this pursuit is devoted principally  to keeping up physical health and  strength. By and by, when future  generations begin to spend the  money that their progenitors are accumulating, they will doubtless llnd '  many odd and eccentric ways of doing so.  Meanwhile it may be said that the'  favorite' recreations of prominent  Canadians of tho' present day are  golf and motoring. To attempt- to  enumcrnto all the illustrious people  who are devotees of the royal game  would mako a   list   that   would ��������� ba  ��������� wearisome by reason of its length.  From Premier Borden down the list,  there are scores and scores of citizens who place the word golf after  tho inquisitorial query: "Your favorite pastime?"  And, then, it may - be taken for  granted that every Canadian ���������of repute nowadays owns bis automobile,  and derives a certain amount "of;  pleasure from'Us use.       ��������� ���������  Probably the most interesting instance of a prominent Canadian who  spends his spare time in an out-of-  the-ordinary way is Sir William Van  Home. Sir William was a great  railway capitalist, with immense interests in' commerce and industry.  But his contact ,wTith the business'  ���������world has not spoiled his lovo for "art  ��������� or lessened his skill as an artist: His  happiest hours aro spent in his  studios, either at his city residence  in Montreal or at his beautiful seaside home at St. Andrews, where he  ��������� indulges his fancy to. his heart's con������  Objected to Hnt.  ������������������ Ochrlda, tho sco'no of some fierco  fighting recently, proved a mod unpleasant placo for Kdward Lear, tho  Inventor of "Limerick..," when he  wont painting landscapes in Albania.  Ho woro a largo "whlto wldenwakn  hat" tliut aroiiHud tho wrath of tlio  lUiorlglne-R. It iippourod "typically Infidel" lo Moslems, while Chrlglinnn  naturally thought that tho wonr-  or of hucIi n lint muni, ho a new nml  specially objectionable kind of bore-  t lo. So when tlia urilot started to  sketch ho wus nHsallod "from bob Ind  walls and rnr.k.s" with "unreiiHliig  Bliowers ot ntones, sticks and mu'd."  /  Blfltoronco In Premiers,  In ono of tho now books���������R, U.  ^Vino's history of tho nnilting of the.  Auutrallnn Commonwonlih���������thoro is  H dramatic contract bolwoon two  ���������Prlmo Mlnlfllftni, Hlr Honry Park-on,  tlio chief creator of tho Commonwealth, had been reading Mr#fl. W.  10. TtiiBdoll'd hloffrnnhv nf filndf������tnni������,  find lio nald to Mr, Wise: "When Mr,  iiliidni'inii bua ,U Lion I w.u at a  ropfj-wfilk earning fourponco a day.  rrom thoro I wont to a brickyard, and  whon Mr, Gladstono wna at Oxford  J wat breaking ulonon on tlio Queen's  Jilghway." That wan In thp Knirllnh  Midlands, Oiiilandlng Jn Australia a-  pcnnilntlB emigrant tho first money Sir  Henry oarnod waa a ulxponco for hold*  ing a horeo outnido, a publlc-houao.  Vnnl High Bridegroom.  At t wnddlnjr colnbratod the other  4ny in tho fitopnoy Green (London)  6yTn\KnBU6 tho bridegroom measured  only 30 Inchon in height, whilo tha  brido was only ������ fov inches tailor.  Virst London 1'ollseum.  Tho ilrst London Coliseum (or Colosseum), which was opoiif-d in 1.V-  giint'H Park In August, 181SD, furnlsh-  t'd ontnrinlnmonlH of pretty well as  mlHfcllnncoiiB a character as that net  bnforo King (Joorgo roconlly, In lho  British Museum In a collection of t'.'o-  lnnpnum progrnmn from 18'Mi (,o 1840,  which show thnt during Ihis porlod  il\n   "twnfnntotytn   \-yr'lt\rlot\   <\\"7A''\'7."  vlowfl, llfulonln Arabs, "miirhln  groupings," ballad ooncnrlH (with  Bruhnm und Mmo, Sain), panorama?,  French plnyp, and Kngllph opcrae.  Talking of suffragettes, tbat talent*  ed .Kuglluh actress, MIbh Eva Moore,  says that tho best answer to tho eternal question, "Why should women  have a vote?" \yus given lo her by  an nntl-suffraglst'who wont to a mooting with an opon mind, but got no  satisfaction of nny kind till Mr, Aus-  ,len Chamberlain made hl.i famous  epigram, when ho gnvo at lils reason  for womon not having the volo, that [  ".Men urn men, und womon aro wo- i  mon," "If," pertinently nsks tho antl-  fuiffr.-iglsi, "nion cannot entirely un-  doriUtind womon, nor womon ulto-  giithor comprehend mon, why, thon,  uliould olthor bo coii:ildorod able to  ilotltm and settlo. laws for lho othor?"  Yonth Should Re Idle.  R. L. Stevenson Is one of tho few,'  writers of distinction who have been  bold enough to enter a plea for'laziness. "It is surely beyond a doubt,!'  he wrote, "that people should bo. a  good deal idle lu youth. For though  here and there a Lord Macaulay may  escapo from school honors with all his  wits about him, most boys pay^ so  dear for their medals that they never  afterward have a shot lu their locker,  and begin the world bankrupt, And  the samo-; holds true during all tho  time a-',lad Is educating himself, or  suffering others to educate him  If you'/look back on your own, education, 1 am sure It wlll not bo tho full,  vivid, instructive hours of truantry  that you regrot; you would rather  cancol some lack-lustre periods between sleep and waking In the class."  ���������London Chronicle.  tent. Nor are painting and the col-  People who met him without knowing lection of works of art his solo re-  his immense distinction would have ��������� creation. He is a skilled agriculture  Te-parded-him���������as���������a���������tallr(nr~quaintT"^s*-T~n.nd���������his���������farms���������at~St._ Andrews'  character, and a tailor's cutter would and in Manitoba arc models of ex-  not have-assessed him at half a dol- , cellence, duo not less to his own.  lar  all told. A       ���������        * work than to that of his superinten  dents.  Toronto's parallel to Sir William.  Van Home is probably Sir Edmund  Walker, who, while' not uu artist,  himself, is an excellent critic of art;  He; too, is a. collector pf painting  and curbs, a lover of good bor s and  a'n enthusiastic studGht of science  and history, Indeed the Toronto  banker Is a marvel, of versatility,  who has found timo to crowd into  tho leisure hours of a remarkable  .business JcaT'ew a. vast amount of vicarious knowledge., ��������� ��������� ,  '���������'O'f "prominent Canadians who Indulge, .in -real: boyish paiHimes, such  as' collecting stamps and'coins, bugs  Shoe-Black Disappearing.  Among the disappearing sights in  London is the shoe-black.   His trade  - has -been-, killed, it would seem, by'  -asphalt and macadam streets and tho  cheap,   quick-shinlug  "polish" \ that  ���������"every man' can use for himself.    It  ;is a pity, for he is one ot the few sur-,  'vivors of the old street traders.', In  the eighteenth century he was indispensable, for, what with unpaved,  muddy footpaths and the jostling and  splashing ot carriages and ,. sedan-  chairs, a man could scarcely walk  abroad without responding, to: tbfc'al"-"*  luring "Shlpe,. sir?" In tho,8c day*1?;'ahd:b<*-ell6sr jultcrfiibs anil moths, 'it  the shoeblack's equipment conRin|ed,.,-.}q ._fiicppp.lt .to (ind, any examples,  of a  stool  for   tho   patron's  foi)t-,*'jir;''"i)v.,,n; Broiiso," ox-presldent of  Takes Placo of "Linos."  Tho Idea of instituting some form  of compulsory exorcise In placo of the  old-tlmo "linos" in school haa found  favor In England at woll us In  Franco, At ono boys' school It Is  customary for the ponnlty for broaches of rules to bo paid In so many  dandelion roots, whilst in anothor tbo  task resolves llsolf Into tho moro arduous one of digging up thistles from  lho playing Holds, At a largo girls'  school lu Yorkshire ono of the pun-  iflhinoiils for having things unmarked  Is lo hnvo lo tnko a walk round tho  grnundn iiulomnly holding thn offending nrlii'lo��������� -bo it boot, bag nr glovo  - in ono bund.  brushes ot boar's hair, a jar contain--,  ing a mixture of soot and whale oil���������  blacking being then unknown ��������� and  generally 'an old wig to give tho final  polish,  Was "Dncent" Mnn,  A boy has boon lined at Acton for  running round a church during service and throwing squibs at tho windows.    Thore nro circumstances   in ,    .      ,.      .        . ,   ,,    ,  which conduct ot this kind Is Justified I -Hlueallonal work as a hobby lo com  ���������bv -somo. Witncssi a story ot Orange   P-*>'-il-yoly -"nil.   Mr. J. W. (Inge  ������  Ulster, which cannot be sot down tc ' un "^""f ���������������nip!o.    Ills work  ������ilhe';Tfironto Slock Exchange, witk  kj/j. sylortdid.collection of Canadian,  'fit'amps. "arid Col. William Hcndrlo,  commanding officer of tho 48th  Highlanders, with his lino array 61'  war medals, are in a distinctly small  class by themselves.  Whllo practically all Canadian  men of moans havo dono much for  philanthropy, the number who have  adopted    charitable,   benevolent   or  Konio Vnnioils PcnrR  'i'hft tiutcovory ol somo romani-mly  fine clove pearls at Matlock romlmlu  n������ thai tliero was trday.whnn Britain  was famous for ltd poarlc. A breastplate utuddnd witli thom wan dedicated to V<m tin by CaeBftr. Ab mirly as  1355, loo, Scotch pearls wero well-  known in I'&ria, and in tue vo'mo ot  CharloB II. tho Scotch pearl iradn  wnn flouriPhlng, Evon nn lato an 1S0r������  Scotland produced pearl* to  value of ICO 000.  Enormous Anlnrrtlo Conl I'loltl.  Tlio deposits of conl dliioovorod by  llm Shnokloton iuul Scotl oxpoilliloiis j  in tlio Anttirc'.ic will perhaps provo  to bo ono of tho largi'Rl, unworkod  mill (Mils In tho world. Wild, of th';  Shaeklotott expedition, dlsonvorod  iiovrn seams of coal outcropping In n  gron.t cliff faco of candnlonu and  nlinlo, Tho Ihlckno.s of thono iicum.,  Inclusive of a fow Any 'bunds, wna  novon foot. Spocimons chopped mil. by  Wild with his lco axn havo boon nna-  1,">M      "<t      f..,in,-.      .,-*      ���������!.,.,.      U. ;-1  '.   ���������   ���������     ������      "���������      ���������   .     '"     J        *       ' '���������       ���������-'-      '  ''���������������������������  to ho of workublo qnalltv.     Soottv I  gfiologlBts traced this Hold for n distance of 050 miles, extending north-  vard from lho head of tht- Btardnioio  glide r,  renin' Hour In Car.  A oiM'liilii number of ram on one ot  tho London underground romltt hnvo  boon lilted wllh a oonirodoor optnlng  inward. Those doors nro com pi el My  under lho control or tho' rondurtor  from lils platform and can bo olthor  bolted or unbolted by merrily pressing a small loyer. Knob doorway iu  t'onni'.i.tod wllh eiectric lights on tlio  'eonduotor'ii platform nnd In tho driver's cub, which IIghl or go out, ao-  cording ns ihe doors uro boiled or unboiled. No I ml n In, llioroforo, slartod  until the light by the drher's nido  ftHsnron lilm that nil   Ibe  ilonrn   nro  ClOM'li.  an  enemy's malice, seeing that the ,  authority for It. ls one of tho brothers  of the Duko of Abercorn. Ono Ulster- ;  intui, Hpoakliig of anothor, describes  htm nt   a   "decent   religious man,"  What does ho moan by tbat'/1 "Oh, ho  walks   up   and   down   outsldo  the  Catholic. Chni"'' all the tolnio they're  saying Mans, folrlng off his gun und ���������  iihoiitlii' 'Bloody man is tlio 1'ope!' "  Aberdeen lleuclKcd,  A Scotchman who tiled recently, iu  Aiistrullii has left n boiiuest of $lfi.,-  HOC) in Aliordern University. Tho  mini went in (,'nlil'ornlu In dm days t.-f  the gold fever und started IiIh forliino  there, Lator ho wovit to Auftrnllit  and Htibsiaiillully Incroiined it by die.  slioop Industry, As h;i grew older lie  liei'unia. a. tdron*. believer in education, and urged all liln {-'coltish id:.-  lives wbo bad rout to nend thorn io  the iiiilver.'ihioM, promliilng lo'boar  tlio oxpeiiHo, Although linotlucuinrl  hlniAtdf as a young tuun, li - learned  to wrlto lot ton with dlKtlnHloii,  Wonderful Sermon Maker.  A   wondorful   rr-mior-maker was  C, II. Pptirpioon.   lie had wo need, to  repeat himself, for his powers seemed  Lihvii Teniili;,  Lawn lennl'i In'not lho gift of tho  ancient Union.    In fact, the gnmo In  nulla    -,ttntlr>rri, ������,     .t;-. lr,-    V.'::; ���������; f.' ]-\  I of tho llrlll.li nrmv In tretierallv ro- l  ��������� puied to buvo boon tho originator of i 'ro"p)V<t of  nil   Cat  i ilio popular amufiomont.    Tlio gamo ; pofitr'v   0f  whlch,  wan Introduced by (he major in 1871 ' '  under (ho namo of "flphalrlsllkc," a  In establishing snnitfii'luins for tubercular patients Is woll known, ' L'ko-  wisu Mr. .1. Ross Robertson's work  for Hit-It children in Toronto noodp.  no elaboration.  Tho collodion ol picturo:?, books  and works of art in Canada lu con-  lined to tho fow. Thero are .several  prominent people, who iiiaku uu of-  fori to iioriire lino paintings, but  practically none Is Interested In  gallierlni; toKOdior first editions or  other rare copied of hooks. Air If, B.  Angvni Ih one of a group of wealthy  nil collectors In Montieal, who win  n former president and llbtrnl uup-  porter of tlin Montreal Art Ansocla-  tlon, Mr. K. 11. '(IreeiiiiliioJdH, not  only collect!*' paintings,, but writes  learnedly on nil subjects. In Toronto, Mr. 1). lt. Wilkin, president of  the Imperial Bunk, divides bin inter-  <-rt between playing golf and admiring picture!!, while Mr. E. l\ B. John-  sion, the noted criminal lawyor, por-  Hosseil one of the, bent, collection!! In  Cu imd a, Ills specialty being lititeh  painting* and old china. Mr. Chos-  tor I) Mummy is yd another Toron-  Ionian wbo j,t Int'Teded In collecting paintings.  Ah a collector of books pure nnd  nlinplc, Mr. C\ C. Jinnos In probably  Uio   luo.si   ouibtunuing   figure^    He  jj-:..3e    31   .������������������   luft.-ly  .i)>nl ,t\Mit h  s.tiiiipitVitti,  Mr. Spurgoon onco complained that  lils deacons were worse ovr n than tho  tlnvil,  "Ileslsl Hi* dovll," KiUd ho, "nnd  lm will liy from you, but rodpt a deacon and lin win fly at you."  made repetition im possiblo by publishing his Rcrmono week by wi'ok,  Tho weekly Inane bonan in 1861, and  though the great preacher dh.d in  1801, ho left bdilnd ko mudi mater*  Ini that Iho publication bua conlln*  nod till ihis driy stiff jj MVdy fo go on  compromise botwoon tennis and bad- ;|  Aur.oci'iWuD of Croat Britain  Caolzocl In 1888.  lo   i.t ..lilt  Canadian books ol  poetry, of which, ulrango to nnyr  thero bus been un tiHtonlMhing number,  was, or-  O!  Tent Klrc 200 Yearn Old.  On a lonely fell on tbo border ol  Ciinbo-Iand   and   Northumberland,  1'iiplf.nd. tbero it a hnnre in whloh a  I fr)'.' ������l ictiBt another down years". No J fire of peat haa burtiod contlnuoualy  1 othor publlnbed Bermons ever elhlo- i for ihf !a*t 200 year..   Thr- limine In  \tfctlk\U i     ���������        - -  -        Ollvo Oil.  ; ui'i   produced   in   A\iMi*������������ 'a.- huro v::.Z\l-r.T; :7 :.\7mu:������';.   Or l on^u-d by Wili'lnm Gcodlellow and  ������ne ', I'tmnf. ttt .Oi. ytur totalled 1.C09,-   Ono H.nuon nlono more than 300,000 | It ban been ln tbe furnllj for 600  064 trillion* coolc* were sold. 1 jr������*r������.  Al leant, ono Canadian of note hai  rone m uu mtr.ity y,oih an k u>n  of hobby.ll tbat belnr? !?>'. Andrew  Mnrphnil of Montreal, who oatab-  1 lulled Tho Unlverfilty Mapniilno i.  fow yearn ago, and In reported tf  eonduct tt largely for hln own RmtW  ficAtlon and at n decided loud flnq.'  dully. ..;-'/  Vrrtit,   IlTirf   App.M.  ,   Nova Scotia's npplo crop U far b*-  low normal, owing to froety ������������Hn|. . yh  Jt ������f'%K<S������.lW.W  ^aySrfKi."-:!,.,!  ^^i^o-iy^^s-WrttoSMrtWih  < *% j* ^������^fcwyia,'i^Af*t������  TH>J^i^^7XTO'iviLl'.l^ii!i>ii  ���������x. -        *lty  The Furniture Store  Special  linss of Crockery to  clear at Bargain Prices  New lines of Linoleums, Wa  Papers, and Furniture  Just opened out  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves  and Ranges on hand  McPhee Work,  A, Mo&INNON     Cumberlnnd  'The westward ivcu;) of,empire  :'i:i rci en! yc-aifj, has heen as pro  iiionueediii Canada as in the  Uniud .Stales, Umil the last  .census, however, the sliifing of  .population from the-* east to the  ^VwSt imd nut been so observable.  Tile-population of   the   Dumin  0 ion in tlie luii. years from 1901 to  191 1 increased bv 1)835.3^8, and  ,0' this iiicrcase j, 100,000 persons  wire absorbed into   lhe   popnla-  ition '.f'.he font' wi'Stein   provinces.    Naiunilly,,   lhe  shilling oi  1 opulation has c.uu'ed a change  Jn political  balances,    hi'the re-  .tl .siiibntion or  reappoilionmeni  Ail'repY'i'scniaiicu  in   Parliament  gums are made by ihe ;ie\v   provinces, lossc-i are felt by the old.  'Thus, ur.ckr, the   provisions   ol  tin: redistribution' bill   in   1904,  *v iich was based 'upon lhe  1901  ec-nstis, 214 members were'given  ilhc House ol" Commons.    Three  ��������� yea is later ihe act was. amende cl  ;'.o as 10 give,"Alberta and -S'as-  ,l.a chnvan, mwly -.formed ...pre-  ~^7iTTCs~re preVeir t atj 0 n���������aceo r di 11 g-  lo populiiiion, Alberta was giv-  .cn seven n embers and Saskal  .c'u'wan ,ten, an increase of seven  lor the iwo. The ne.\'t Parliament will   have   234  -members,  ' .tind   the   reapportionment    the  west wiil get the   iHirteeu addi--  -,l oiial stittt-s.-and seven   or  eight  -seats of which the eastern   pro-  *iti'-���������&<}' will   be   deprived.   The  Jlritish North American  Act   of  1867 provides lhat. the   province  <of Quebec shall always have dx  U- five members in the House, of  iCommoiis, and the representation  ���������f om the other  eight   provinces  ���������shall be in sucli Himbeis us shall  jaw the same ratio to   tho   pop-  iii'iitioi: of the   provinces   which  \\ represents as   sixty-live  bears  ���������io     th.'     population     of     the  ,]ioviuce of Quebec.  , This, then, establishes  a   ba-  ���������Yia, and it is upon this basis thai  ���������lhe new apportionment  will   be  ���������.made.    While   Ihe   changes   of  1 h'1 last,   ton   years   in   Canada  have been remarkable  in   many  ie peel:', there is hardly n doubt  that they   will   be   even   more  inailvcd al the close of tiie  pres-  .-. nt decade,    History will   prob-  ������������������b'y repeat itself, fo'liwiug pret-  ,t   cio-ioly 1 hi' lines laid down on  ihts side of lho   border.    It may  li ��������� i.ii.'eii lor granted that regard  j.s.; of .ifipareut periods of  dul-  ncs< aud passion, the west will  ci ni nu- l'������ ft row, to accumulate  .wealth and tu gain political power    Then,   as    in   the   Uuit'-d  ; mvv.l theie is likely to be .1 re-  i d usimeut of conditions such as  .11..  i.;;id'.' manifr"*t in    iho   lnst  .U'IMl**    uf   Of    o7'A-Y    CuilHtvy,  when it was found that the older  states were regaining   what they  Invl  sie'iiingly   hut  while   the  1,\--n   was   in    bui ding.    A)l|  ('. i ihi, uo doubt,  will  tventu'  ."iv feel the effect   of   Uie   ini ���������  j>..lse given inrttis'ry in thr pini  "i    {>', vi'irrs nt|i] fin lhe Pnrifir,  ���������.���������nil snare equally in Uie ������;0od re  stilting i'i om the etiiplm mont oi  ������ i-rgy nud  the  development of  ietare  I HESS  CROWN  THEATRE  Cumberland  OPE^fl HOUSE  Courtenay  NEW  Hfliiti    ���������  Bevan  'P5BaiM*B!as'gMgF^Pf  .Moving Pictures will  be-; shown in tlie above  p 1 a e'e s  as follows:���������  -13 a i I-y^-3- eh? n ges-a-w ee k-.1  M onda y,     Wednesday  ancl Saturday, Courten-  ,ay; Thursday., Bevan.  7 uuo Shoujs  Each  flight  Prices as  Usual  ___3)___________[____!  ! W. WITCHELL, Mgr  9 ��������� . ,  ^ftttmrnaaaumma^gf^ ffluuauBUMt'*uicnw^  l������,',fiHK'������������imLwwM������am*%y _jhi_ujhw������hiiimbwwiift  natural resources in that quarter.  And tin's will remain true notwithstanding that for a time the  western representation in Parliament may seem to the eastern  too much disposed toward radicalism in economics.. Those iu  the Dominion who are disposed  to take alarm from the growing  political nnd economic influence  of western Canada would profit.  we believe, by noting lhe conservative lendnncy of many of  the western Slates of their republican neighbor.���������The Christian  Science Monitor.  1 Cameron Muto  I CliER^ING  I Phone 1074, 521 Superior St I  I .       Victoria, B. C.              |  I We have for sale a few slightly used and rebuilt    g  $ cars in lirst class condition, which must be fold lo meet,    $  g real estate payments.                                                  .    .      ������  I Buiok, 4 passenger,       $275  ������  I Ford Touring Car,         $325  |  ������ -Foid Touring Oar, ���������       $350 |  I . Ford-Touring Oar (i9i2j$425  |  | Galt,FiveP.assenger(i9r2). ,.  -���������-|  g Demonstrator, ^lightly used, elecric starter, } "-tVlZQ    ������  Q und .lights.                                                   '                  '    H  I Ford Touring Gar         $275  |  Q and seveial oi.her Touring Cars aud Trucks.     [     ^  t*t*j^J&e>ttylAt*>X?l!XX^rfV^*Jltt tsf*V*&sllfi)et*r������lrf.Cl^i  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS  FEED! FEED FEED!  - A.-B.-CRAWFORD BARW '  A. largo .stock of shorte,   bran, crushed oats,   hny nml  poultry ked for enle at exceptionally, low prices,  'if ,        * .   ���������>   ���������  ��������� Phone 32 Coitrtenay ,  <7pGVVCZ7������X?lSFX:lTZi  ������������zxztr.z3������iZiZ7iz:  lh;^-iiSKiastxetJSw*  IUII|l||||Jlllllllllllllli;illllllllllllllllllllll!ll!l!lllll!llllll!illlllllllli!!ill!!lli:[|  rj  if  m  (JO TO-  HUGH MITCHELL  KOU   VOUJ  Gen'l Blacksmithing  ���������AM)���������  Horseshoeing  Third St.       Ciiiuherli.iM  for tf or don ond form oro bos r  for B.Cnoil.Soc Cutnlofluo for  solid rfuornntoo of purity  ond^orminatioii  Scud nov/ Jfcjr Copy freo  Sutton S Sons.f hi Kings Socdnon  R������������dknx. Hn/jfnntl  A. J.VNf OO C������ WO r<3  *liV������������������'P.    *      Vancouver  ion AttCNTi ran British Columbia          *������������������������������������T������yi������ n i mm������������������������������mf^nm  Agents for Pilsener Ilrewiug Coin pane's IjHKR  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  .'    Wines and Liquors.  rt  SECOND   StREET  It %J%^D  ., The first 'shipment  of our spring stock  of    '  "   Shoes have arrived in ,   -  1 v A  Men's Tan and Black Button /  Ladies' Tan, Qun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede in"  Lace and Button  , 'Watch for our Sale of Orals and Ends after '  ]  Stock-Taking  THE "IDSAL" STORE   ^ ^Mh  McEae, Acton, Hayman  li  '1  THE CANADIAN- BANK  OF C0MMERCE . .  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce, aro a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method af remitting1 small sums of money. These'Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United Slates, arc issued at  the following rates : ���������  $5 nnd under    3 cents  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10    C    "  ,-    ������������������        10 " " 30 10        "  ������������     30      ��������������� '������ 50...., 35     ���������'  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  8.8  Blioulrt bo mado hy means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without dolay at reasonable ratos.  ; f,    BERLANX) HHANOH.  > ������ li������ ������ I ������ \  ,W. T. WHITE, Manngor  iiwiwymi im_ !_���������  CANCELLATION 0IMU5-  SEUVK.  NOTICE IS'HEREIIY GIVEN that  ilie reserve, tlie notice of which ii|i|jeui-  cd m tlm II. C. Ciii/xtte on the ' 37tl11l.1v  of IJecembcr, 1907, s canccllul 111 si f.ir  as it rfiliues to ihe following parcels o'  l.'iixl:���������the W.' 1 2 ofllieS.  K.  1-4, tin;  I'Woii' Wood!  1       Wood ������  &> Nuw i������ tho liino to placo (���������)  p your  ordor   fur   SUH ������  %                 WOOD    ' I  % 52,00...jjui-ilunbin lnnd ^  0 S  From The  I Star Livery Stables  I'OR iSALK���������Six-rontu oot.  tiioi'i hnth nud ^ood otithiiildiug-s  Apply A. II.  lVtwoy,  FOR HALF LlIKAf���������A. fiv  i'ouiii coflng<>, 011 Pom ith Avoiiik-,  Ajiply ut Idunl Stdir.  ti. W, I-.) nml the S. 1 1 of the   N.   \*.. | C?) ^  i-.| -Ai-'.;! ol ,h : riv.-r 111 Seciiiiii 4; the S, fe^'0^������(^S^^������������M������������@������������@S  E. i-.|. il'.c S, K. i-.| cf tin; S. vv. j..j  and the N. Ii 1-4 in .Seciimi 5: ihe .**..  i-j of 1 ho S, V.. 1 4 inSeuion S; the S Ji,  1-4, the S. \V, 1-4 and llu: li. 1-3 ol the  ,S. Ji 1-4 in Section if), an I iIir li. i-J  of the S, li 1-4 and N 1-3 in .Secmm 31,  all in Titwiinhip 3, Siiywiini Uis lict, iuul  the N. E, 1 4 of the N. li. 1-4 in Sjsl-  timi 3:; the N��������� Ji 1-4 of the S \V 1 4 and  the N W 14 in.(I \ t-3 ci die N Ji 1 4 in  St-ciii-n iy, ihe N 1-2 ol ihe N W 14  and the N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Se tion  34; .mil the S i-2 and N  W 1.4 of the N  U    1-4 (II .Kl,.ll|i jj,    nil 111   iu    ii  ,..,, i,  ,S,l)H,UvJ Liiltii.1.  Ibu said laiiid.i will he open f<, r>niry l.y  pic-.iiij t.oii on .Mi.n:lav, the lifih uny vi  May nt thi hour of 9 o'clock  11. the fore-  iiiiuit; .nl .'tpplic.itK 11.1  10 I)j niaue ai die  (iilic't- oi tne l..t.vcriMiit.tii   rt>jcni,   \',\u<.  1 ouvcr.   No I'le-enipiioii   Kecoid shall  iiclune more tnat) 40 acres ol Und ev  .i-pi in cn.es ^hcie it is iu;sir,ilj|c 10 in  . i..iie Miiall I1.1. iH.i.a1   puiiiniii o( k-^al  ,*..tjtJnt��������������� 1111 >-.; inionu.iiKJii in ^imh n.n  tl . tiuii iii.n lie iih.iinii.il 11 un | |.in>   o\\  i ,cw ..1 un .iu... v iiici.t.t'i.iI. .S^ei.i).  It. A RKNWICK  I ������i:iuil.  Attui.ui uf L.iaii  Limit  {Je,),titnic.ii,   Vii'iui.a, Ji.   ( ,  (���������'e^imry I'tii  101.|  WANTED-A ruliulilu experi  tnwd gir), for ^oiit.'ril, liniifownrlt  A out! Iinino fur tlio ri^ht porson.  A'p'y nt Ihi' ro������id(MiOn of Dr. (J,  Iv. MiicMnn^hlon, WiiuU'vinnn.  Avotint-, city,  lill!llllllii:illilllilllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllli!lllllltl.:!il|!:illllllillll!!l!llillll|tl!!llil!l^  %'  S3  ���������I  %  \m\m\\m\\\n%i  i!!<l!l!l!!!l!!ll!ll!i:illi:i!i:illllflllll|IIIIUIIIIIII!!lh;,'%'  ^\\aillllllliil!l!ill!!li;<!!li!IHIIII|||||||||M|ilHll!!!;illl|||!l|i;!l||!||li|||!|iii|::iii^  J  Capital Pdid Up $11,030,000          .                         BeUrvo-913.000,000 |,  I   The Royal Barik__of Canada. .|  |-i:)"irA"P7\S���������ISd-U^d)-KN^^A\^t*U=R-UJ  I                    .               0VFLl���������.oViIi<_  ..WOULD',    ��������� ���������'        \-   ' ��������� I  I j-PlfiCIAL-ATVKNTION paid 10 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ifc.i.,terb������t '.|  I   ul hij.'l_e������l  Ciirri'iit Hales iili"Wid mi In pos-iti*, of i. I and upwards, g  p            0(JM3E:HjA.tfD, B   0 , B anph,,Op3n Dxit/             '" |  =         ,   UNION vAY, B.O.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fiidoys H  I                   D. M. MORRISON, Mannger. ^  %           .���������                             ���������                           " _?  i        ,               roURTENAY,   li, 0 ,    Branch,    OpenDnily.' P|  1                 R, H    ri    RDWICKE, Manager. |  %|tllllUIIIIHnUIIIII!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllll^  rt  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY , PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,   fc  IWHINUWUMWfUWWtUU1  :V.  BOflOl^fl:  rMVMtnrmm Mtat.  Manufacturer of MINER AL WATER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20.,..  CUMBERLAND I  ir YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  anjaMKUBMxauwiHiui  tw iw.',iampt%  IT'S All RIGHT  Biq Fall in  Cycle P,ices  1 sit  _     II I I  I'       TI,.,  ������������������c  -Aid     V  i������ort)fl til hm 1 on Key's Hoid.  ulutu to town, 'JVoiiib 5.150.00  down, buhiiicu mntiflily. llowsu  to runt. Apply P. 0, Don U)0  nt* this otlh't'.  During stock-taking we have found that wc  have quite ������i number of second-hand shop-  soiled and "returned from hire." nvachlmm  and are holding an end of season clearance  at big price r .ducu'ons,    Look into this.   ai-.  Firemen's Mi.sn.uei/nde,  Thos. Plimley  7^0 Y   TBS STRGRT  a������H  VICTORIA, B. C  ,j**������������������feifij*������


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