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Array \??.y  A.  A  A  <-*, A <���������  -A.'.  r  Devoted Bsr������wcial.iy to the Interests o. Gumberlnnd and Surrottndlrifi'. District.  OVW* ���������*������������  The News, Twenty First Yeak.  CUMBERLAND, B. .C.; -WKDNESETAY,    OCT'.  21,  :q.4  Suksckii'Tion $i.o# a.Vear  K&rnitxica'isx.'riirr-vjxjiMmM. wtmu.mjm  zrs.  New' Stock of Fall Suits for  ���������Men and Bovs  Cur"F.ilI K.ar.^Q of Men's Overcoat3 i-i splendid values, and  lho B-y;.es are the vc y latest    Prices from $3^50 to $27.00  Man's Suits, right up to the minute, at from SIS 50 to $30,  Our stock is complete and our services'at your command'  Boys' Suits-"Wn havo 'ho largvst showing of boys' Suits  riv^r whov.-n "nt tlin Big-Store," Our prices aro' very moderute,  and for quality*3rou -candepend on us. :  n. SA*' tT-rf*f  , -*-  Onr readers who have   followed tlie  history of this, the_ most  awful war. have had  their feelings outraged, by  the reports of  unexampled barbarity perpetrated by tho Germans on men,, wo.,  men antl .children, irrespective of  a>e or condition.'     Outrages so  unexampled   and  fiendish   that  The News has hesitated to' refer  o them until they   were official..  h certinel above the signatures  of responsible people who were  iu opposition to prove their reliability- >   *  A translation of the second re  port of the Ueljjiau Commission  of enquiry havings, been inade  public we get further details "of  the v uup'aralelled atrocities of  irodern Huns.     '    ;A   '  The report ���������wa'* communicated  to their Minister of Justice,-Mon  sieur Caiton de Wart ou_Septem  ber nth, and. is in part'-as follows: "After-- reporting; die  wholesale burning; oi villages  through which the- German army had passed, 'and its treatment of the City of LOuvaiu, it  continues,    "iu- the   village   of  Corbeck Loo on -Wednesday,  August 19th,. a yoirng- woman,  aged 22, whose husband was  with the army, aud some  of her  2ji?*r_;.trHv.__rc-^uw^  GOD   AND WAR  When kings aud emperdrss ordered out their.men and went to  war     with   each   other,   \they  calK'd upon God  to   bless   their'  armies; each has since proclaimed that God is with him   in' his  cause.    Yet in their own  hearts  the rulers   piobably   believe  as  much, iu   the   Almighty   beinf*  with them in war as Washington  did when he frankly said  to lhe  Continental   troops: -Trust   in  God aud 'keep your powder dry."  lt is   of   course   unbelievable:  that He who gave to Lhe   world  Uis only Son to   tench   peace���������  "peace ou earth,   good   will   toward mon���������is   n   God   of   war.  Nor can one man havo a  divine  right to rule millions of his iVl-  low.-s   to   send   them   iuto   the  .'daughter of war a ml   to. plungo  ��������� their countries into ruin.    The  kings are deceiving   their   sub"  jeels wheu they say they rule by  the grace of God.    It ��������� i.i an anci*  ont deception,   waning   in   the  modern day    Where  unlimited  monarchy has clung on, it is uow  doomed.    The   kings   may   be  left, at tho end of the   war,   hut  they will be kings iu name only.  At least one of tho countries involved will in a few   years   become a republic, as  France  did.  ���������Cnicago Saturday Ulade.  J lie war news of Uet, J.W, was  very uncoil raging. Tlm Allien  ium gutting tliem Aow but <iuv,  "IV a a Lung Wny to Tipp������rnry.n  -  ���������      ���������&  -..   Mrs. 11 Dowdall,  of   Victoria,  nud liuji- <langlit������.   nro   \i)   town,  jwd iwo guest-* /it thtf Hotel Cumberland,  -       ������������������- "���������**   Wo 'ir; pjeascl to learn tlint  Mis. } ...'McMillan, who has  been ������jukc ill. i* iinprovinj;.  Tho 'following gentleman note I  us pal!'-1 fearers at ih<* i'nnor.U oi'  tho ' lato Goo. H. Robertson:  D.ivid Walker,' .1'aineij Walker,  Joseph Wai km*, II. Creech, Alex.  Armstrong, Tlios, I'ear-so.  Tlio   following   ilorul   tributes  were  roceivod:���������  Tho family,  wreath;   Mr.   and  Mrs, U.   11.    Robertson,   wreath;  Mrs. W.;I!. Walker,  wronth; Mr.  and Mrs, T,   II.   Carey, bouquet;  Mount Ilorob I,, 0,    L,.  wroath;  .Mr. and Mrs. C. Whylo and J'tim-  ily, bouquet; Mr,   and   Mrs,   ,).  Thomson   and " family,    wreath;  Mr. and Mrs, KAY. Hiuklo, spray;  Mr. and Mr*, tf. Walkor, wiouth;  Mei-w**. W. nnd A.   and   Miss   L,  llondersoii, wreath; Mr., nnd  Mrs.  W. Henderson, sprnyj'Mr. and Mrs  James and   Mian I'riscilla  Potter,  wreath; Simon LoIhoi* it Co., wreath  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Thou.- JJonnett,  wronlh; Mr. and Mrn. S   Lawrence,  wroaih; Mr. and Mrs.   1).   Slovon-  ton, wroath; Messrs ,). and W. nnd  Mis.. J, Whylu, crops; Goo. Robert-  son, lKiu<iuet;   Mr,  and   Mrp.   1).  Walker,   wreath;   Mr.  and   MrB,  Clifford, crosnj  Mr   and   Mrs T IS  Hate, cross; M. aud   Mrs, T, K.  Hanks, cross; Mr. and Mrs.  .Jas,  Stewart, cross;  Mr. and Mr-**. R.  Cessford, wroath; Mr. and   Mrs.  Alex. Cameron, cross,  MissJos>  sie Stevenson, bouquet; Mr. and  Mrs JI, Creech,  spray; Mr. aud  Mrsjoseph Walker, bouquet; Mr  and Mrs. Robert   llornal,   bou  quet.  GAUD OK THANKS  Mrs. God. IJ. Robertson and  nmiuy, nun ll. )���������). KoberLsou,  brother of the deceased tiio. j'l,  Koberisou, desire to express  iheir thanks for the kindness  and sympathy shown by their  many friends iu their sad bereavement,  T. \), McLean i.*������oi������ iit.lv ,j. ������o.,  relations were surpiised "by a  band of German, sojdicrs.'- The  persons who were with her weie  locked up iii a deserted house,  while she' herself was 'drasced  into' a ' another cottage, where  she was raped by five soldiers  successively.  Iu the same village on Thursday, August 2oth,   German soldiers   fntch.ee! from their house   a  youug   gill, nbout sixteen  years  old. aud her parents.    They con  ducted them to a small deserted  country house, and   while  some  of thcni   held   back   the . father  and mother, others   entered   the  house,   and  finding   the   cellar  open forced   the girl  to drink.  Tney then brought her ou to ihe  lawn   in front of the houso   ami  i>".ppd hor .successively.    Finally  Ihey stabbed  her  in   the   breast  with thoir bayonets.    When this  young   girl hr,(] bt-'-n nh'tn.loucd  by Ihem after  iho.se  nb.wniuablc  deeds, she was brought  hiwk  to  her parent's house, and the following day, iu view of thei^ravi.  ty of her condition, she  received  Kxtrcinc lTiiction fiom the   par-  ish  priest and was t;ilcen to  the  hospital as her life was despaired of. On August a.jth and 35th  made a surtie from Antwerp, attacking the German army before  Maliik-s,   the    Germans     wire;  thrown  back ou  Louvain.   On j  entering the villager  they found. I  them   devastated,   pillaged   and)  imnicii, talcing the male inhabit'!  tanW whom they forced lo match.  iu   front  of ihem.   On  Angu.������<"j  3.5th,   entering   lloll'.dad,   they  found an old woman  kilkd   by  baynnet   thrusts, a  woman  aud  her .son, fii'ueii 01 j-ixteen Iny on  'lie y.or.u-.l, ].iv-T_'-,l with l'.:_ L;\  onets,   md  0tmmwmm.i  hanged.    At Tempest .were  the  bodies of two.men partially  carbonized; oue had his legs cut off  at the knees; the others arms and  legs ail off.    A workman, whose  burnt body had been seen by e)e  witnesses   had   been bayoneted,  aud whilst still alive the  Germ  ans had, poured  petroleum over  him, thrown him into   a  house,  ihen set  fire  to  it.    A  woman,  who  came out of her house  was  served  ihe   same,    A    witness,  whose evidence: was taken  by  a  reliable J3riiish'subjeci,  declares  he   saw uu old man  on  August  26th, tied by the arms to the ra.-  ters uf his  farm house and   his  body was completely carbonized.  Farther on, a child was lied  up-  with the hands'behind the back.  the   body completely loru   open  with   bayonet  womids.    AL  ihe  Wackerbeel  seven Germans  are  said to have successively violated  a woman; at  the   same   village  they shipped a youug boy to tlie  waist,   held   a revolver. to   his  chest, pricked him  with  lances-,  chased  him iuto a field, shot- at  him as he ran, but missed him.  (Signed) "  Cooreinan, President  Count Goblet Alviella  Yckinaus '  ��������� Van Cutsem.  Coir, mission ers  Let our  readers   suppose   the  Germans in Canada.  1ACFARLANE BROS., LTD  THU SQUARE DEALING ^;^Ol������JSG.,,    .  ���������    '���������..- - ���������7.������������������    "' "���������*���������''"  '���������'  ������  (a)  k  (?)  I Recent Arrivals in Goods that  Are������Much in Demand include  ���������a  * Wi'  i:r  Yams  ������  A    Choice Selection of Shades,    imported  '  ' from Alloa. Scotland  -���������������-������������������  tidies' Waterproof  r*1  I  oats  l ���������   ���������  t  I  I Waterproof Goats asd  Cape������ %  k   ' - For Scliool CliiMreu���������all vivos ���������$  Two Lines Plaiu SIukIw '   ������������������_ _.  P." S. ��������� Have you ever t r)cd Robiu'liood  Flour? ' 'You will vpr������bably .receive- this  week      a      leuer      fiom       the mill  ers of thi-i 'Hi������h Gri-uie Plomy and-we ask  the favor, uf-vour  consideration   as   to   its  -I'':  iJt  -O-  -   The City Council mot on Mon  day evening, thero   being   present  Aldermen   Mitchell,   MoDonaid,  Hunks, Piu-nhaiu and tho' Mayor.  ilintitos of previous mooring  wore rend nnd adopted.  Accounts:���������^V. aiukollau, $10;  Elijc. Lighting Co. 40.10; Tarbell tt Son, 1.80; Ciilhouu &  lb-own, -L-1,50; .lv. ,N-ikaniahiinn,  uOc,  Aid. Mitchell moved, si-oondod  hy Aid. MeDoniiUI, llmt Mis.  IXuigald Mitclioll's laxus bo refunded���������carried.  Tho mayor reported coiisiiltati-  o!. with l\ P. llaiTisiin, barrihtor,  i'n lhe iinitlor of oxteiuiiuu of oily  liuiils.  Couneii adjoiirni'd,  It, i.s about timo that Kinioone  ���������irrived on tho soono t'i attend to  the 'vld-tiini'i.' Wo liiipo thai it  will ho handed out to liim good  and plenty, for ho needs a dress-  im' down.  contents.    This is   a    personal matter   be.,  twecii us.    The list of names is furnished  by ours. 1 ves. Try this flour; it is guaranteed lo be the best on the   market at any,  price.  Macfarlane Bros., limited  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100 |  9  ������Xs������X_>3G������^������������G--^ )@������9������������<S������������&S>������(i������J@ 9������9������9&vli  mtv> (anuft-_ar������wriMnuiww-w������JE* *Mf ������a������_  At Thursday1!* session of the  Nanaimo Kail Assizes, Robert  Suttie was found guilty of the  murder of Richard 1 Tary raves,  near Oyster River, ou May 14.  and sentenced to bc   hauled   ou  January 5, 1915.   ���������\$>������������������,���������  Cumberland City ImioIIhiII Tram  played tlie Hiwitii pi<j[ .-.bin Iv'ii.'k-  oi's on Sunihiv iiftoi'iiumi, und wmi  liy a ^ i'hiv  iT.    <i  -���������������  llar'-y Miinloel'. nl'   Naniiimo,  arrived in town la.-t weak.  ,1 nilic.< !���������   Ill-uW ii   li'l'l     (ill  day la^-t, fnr Illinois, V. S.  l'i-i.  William Mi'.Lolhin i> I'niiilui't-  inpi a general uiori'luitidi'-c bu.-i*  ne,--.s.,:ii I fe K, Abo Ai'i'o. |)in^"  iiiuii' avenue, See Ad on A\i un<io-  FOllND-A hu'.ch 'of   keys.  Apply tins ollh'.e.  Grand C-niicert aud dnneo in  Ilu-Ilo Tiwiiw, Fridny, 0������:t. 28,'  by llu* Gaiety' I,!iilorlniiiei,s1,iu-  elndiiiii; Mrs. (Ih\) Drysdulo, soA  pratio; Uin������' .Iwui ratterfou, nie-..  /.ii-s(i|i;tuio; Mr, Donald Hyslop,  Imriiiuie: Mr. A. Hurgrss lleeeh>  I������:.-*; ai.il I iitiioi i.-al.   ^   A Dominion  election it _pokurj  nf !���������.'��������� lil.-ely In be  held in the imii-  I'lillll'o.  Join, C. Hrown e,\|iiMi|- to- go  In tlm front wiih lho v.oxi Can-  .���������niiiiil i-niitinoi'iit. 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Missi'.;'Waterproof Cnpc;  Liulic-;',   wi-.s-"*1 iind Children's Swimpt (\vitv  L.i<i;i:s' Shoes in  p.'Ui'tU,  ^inv n.������:tul  and   vioi   kid  bsitton  nnd   l.tu-d.   JVitciU  and   vici  kttl   jionijis.  sai'in ;;fun[is in lil.ick, wliito and all lioht shades  Inr ovi"niii|4 wear.  wm~4*A<-m+* ** .wtt-M.it ,.v>t-'*t.*m%*t*'**-���������****  and .1 man v:u������������ n..u  ,n . 1;  a.iMwm _.*!���������-_������ *  J.  i  V3  "*V  AMPBE  L L S  *���������*_������* **.���������������, ���������-<������������������������������������  \01iflStrings f_r taledthe'M'.'S'(    i-|^--j.,j..(..i,.;-.j.....;-h-^.^.i���������.H-^���������i������������������lS'���������^H-'">^���������^���������>h^���������!-^���������^���������!-2-^���������^���������!������������������^���������^^'^���������!-^���������^<������������������>^:"^ -M-T-w-K-w-K-l-I: THE    OT5WS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  r  A Debt  Discharged  By Edgar Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Co.,    Limited  Londor. Melbourne and Toronto  1 K!on tinned)  The working man detected a nolo of  ret'inmetu in tho other's tono and was  more respectful.  "Tlioro an plenty of lodgings," he  said, "and you will ho aide to get some  dollies as soon as tho shops \.pon.''  "1 want thom now, said lloldor, "1  don't want to wait. Uow far do you  livo from hero''' '  "About llvo minutes, but it isn't the  sort of plnco  you'd liko to go to."  lloldor bru.dicd nsldo his objections  wus much easier thai; he had imagined  possible, ilo was tiivd out from want  of sloop anl his'exertions of the previous night.  He dozed as far as Ashford; hero  he got out, for there was a live minutes' wait. He 1 ad a cold luncheon at  tho buffet bar and bought a paper.  lt was iron. ,i bundle which liad Just  been unwrapped and had evidently  come by ti.- same train as himself. He  opened' it nnd the lirst news he road  turned him whlto.  " lt was headed: "The Internatio*..al  Gang of Korgor.,* Flight and Roturn of  Ilelder, the Leader."  Ho bit his l'p to prevent himself uttering an exclamation, and read:  "Scotland Yt>rd has succeeded in  tracking down the gang which for  yours has boen manufacturing and  putting into oir.'iilation forged Unitod  Stales bills. ��������� Last .light Mr. Wontworth Gold, an official attached to tno  American l.mb.issy, discovered lho  distributing centro of tho gang. It was  situated on tho Cambridge Road, some  twenty-live ��������� nilies out of town. Mr.  Gold, who was accompanied by a num  ber of Scotland Yard men, arrived too  late to capture tho leaders, who mauo  "1 don't want to'go to an hotel," lie  ���������said, "1 have reasons���������" he suggested j their escape in a motor-oar.  one which was more creditable to hi'i i    "It was jiftorv.-ar(l3 discovered that  powers of imagination than    to    his {they had reached tho Thames in *he  vicinity of Harking, where a motor-  boat was a wai ing them. Thoy made  for tho open S3u and soon outpaced  their pursuers.  "Tho torpedo boat flotilla lying in  Dover Harboui was communicated  with, and immediately put out and  made a systematic patrol of the sea to  wil bin three miles of the French and  lielgiaii coasts Ko sign of the motor  boat was seen, however, and at lirst  it was believed that, owing to the  rough weather in the North Sea, the  boat was i.w.iniped.  "A discovery made this morning upsets this Uieor. and proves without  doubt that, unable to face the terrible  weather, the boat put back. Tho men  evidently landed between Clacton and  Fiinton, aud turning the boat's head  to sea, sent her cut again at full speed,  empty,  "Ily good' fortune it. was sighted  three miles out by the T'.B.D. Searcher, ancl with some difficulty was  boarded. . With commendable promptitude the officer commanding the torpedo boat destroyer noted the motor  boat's course and putting in to Clacton landed a search party which  found traces or the landing. These included a puir of night glasses, evidently the property of Helder.  "So far the men have not been  tracked, though the police.are wo"k-  ing on a clue which.they have-obtain  ed at Colchester.- They have reason  to believe that Helder has doubled  back to \ ondon; with the object of  leaving for the Continent by,the regular mail service  "All  passenge. . boats,   at    Dover,  Folkestone, Newhaven ahd. Harwich  are. being carefully watched."  __ Helder  folded  the  paper carefu'ly,  morals. ". don't want anybody io  know I'm down hero," bo explained,  "and anv suit of dry clothes will do  nio."   ��������� "  He took out his pocket-book, selected two live pound notes, and handed  them to the man.  "Como ti-ss w.y, sir," said the work-  nan, rospo-:lf".'!y.  Ho led tho way io a little street of  .-heap villas an:'' opened the. door. He  showed the way into the littlo parlor  and lit a lamp.  "I'll go and tell tho missus," he  said, "and see what 1 can iind you,"  Tho cliil' room felt warm after the  draughty' interior of a cold storage  van. In a few minutes the man came  back," boaiing a bundle of clothes under his arm, and with many apologies  laid them out on the small horsehair  sofa.  "Tbe missus will be down' in a minute," ho said; 'she'll get, you some  tea."  lie went out \,hile Helder changed.  It was evident lie had brought his best  suit, and it was moro welcome to Helder than the finest fit at Poole's, lt  changed his appearance so that, from  the fashionably dressed "man about  town," ho "oceanic a commonplace type  of workman. He declined the collar  the man offeree him, but accepted  gratefully a woe lien scarf. He transferred from thy pockets of his old  clothes everything that might serve to  identify liim. When he was dressed,  the man's wife, in inelegant dishabille,  brought lrm a ;up of tea and lit Lie?  little fire.  "You understand," said Helder to  the man, "that 1 don't want this mat-  i-r spoken about. 1 am supposed to  ���������be-in���������Uondon.-und.-it_svjQiild_dttjUfi_i_.  lot' of harm if it were known that I  was gallivanting about the country.'  The man nodded with a sagacious  wink.  "You may trist mo," he said, with,  n knowing smile. "What shall I do  with the o'd cloti-es?"  "Dry them and keep them," sala  Helder.  of the morning' with a telegram which  was from tbo .detective in charge of  tho caso , A was brief. "Ilelder arrested at, 'Queenstown," it said.  Gold caught the early morning (rain  and crossed the Irish channel that af-'  tenioon. Ho went to the littlo polico  station on lho quay. . Holder was in  the coll, nonchalant, almost insolent  iu his carAessness.  "Well, Gold." lie said. ."You've got  me."  Gold nodded.   ���������  "Yos," ho said, "you've had a, run  fov your monoy "  Holder li.ugh.d bitterly.  "Did tlicy tol' you how, I was arrested?" he askod.  "No," said Gild, in some surprise.  The incident ol' the arrest had not  been detailed to him and it struck  him as' curious that tho prisoner  should regard t'-.o matter as being ono  worth spoi.kmg about.  Holder li.ughod: his back against  tho wall, 1 otli his thumbs in his waistcoat pockG'S.  "1 wont into a tourists' agency to  get <i ticket fo." America," ho said. "I  handed thei.i two llvo pound notes, 1  did not th'nl; lnr-ch of the agent's delay in getting mo the ticket,- A fow  minutes later a detoctivo camo in and  I was arrested."  "Thoy  rooogiwod you,"said Gold.  The smile on the other's faco was  tragic.  "No,!1 they did not rocognlzc me,"  ho said slowly. "The two notes I  handed ovor in exchange wore forged,"  Gold's c- obrows rose. '  "Hut ycu di_ uot forge five-pound  notes," he said  Heldor ahoolc his head.  "That's  tho cursed joke," he said,  "thoy were somebody else's forgeries  tliat liad been . assed on to me."  (To bo Continued)   '  ROYAL  ETICUETTtTlN  JAPAN  Their First Meeting  Mr. Harry Furuiss tells a funny  story of a high legal dignitary, who,  when solicitor general, had to appear  before Queen Victoria to receive the  honor of knighfhood.  "What am 1 to do?" he asked ner  vously of the official at the door.  '.'Kneel, kneel!'  Suiting the Action to the word, he  immediately fel' on his knees, and.  like the funny man at a child's tea  party, propelled himself along , the  iloor on his kaees. Her late majesty  was overcome by laughter, all the  more as when the retreated "the, little man followed."  And yet ihe little man rose to ths  highest' post in his profession, and  stood by���������her majesty's side as ���������-lord  chancellor of England to read her address to the he use of lords.���������Loudon Globe.  A Member of the Imperial Family Can  Die Only h Tokyo  Surely \horo :iovcr was a morogrun  journey made than that of tho dowager empress of Japan when sho,camo  for the las  time to Tokyo.  She had dieJ in her palace iu tin  country. But uio Japanese hold that  r. member of the imperial family can  die nowhere except in Tokyo. Therefore the dead empress, theoretically  still alive, journeyed from hor country  place to tho palaco ic Tokyo with all  the coremonLu ihat attended her  movements when living.  Sho traveled in tho royal railway  car and was driven ihrough the streets  to (he palace in a'cnirt carriage with  tho blinds closely drawn. The ministers arid high atuto officials who greet  ed her on her past arrivals in tho capital woro rt tho station as usual and  showed 'n.iio way that on his occasion tbey wero meeting tho corpse of  the ompretis.'  Troops lined 11.o streets and present  ed arms a3 she passed. Only the great  crowds in the streets, standing In all-  onco instead1 of loudly cheering, betrayed tno met that tho imperial carriage contained a dead woman.���������Now  York Sim. ���������  For Johnny  Mrs. Brigg Is bo.good looking thai  Mr, Hriggs seldom finds it in his heart  to be angry with her/but ho was really cross when she returned from Florida.  "I under-tand," In, said, "that you  passed yourself off as a widow while  you were away,   llow about it?"'  She admitted it,  ' You.ought to be ashamed of yourself," said Briggs, "but 1 suppose you  are not."  "Of course I am not," said Mrs.  Briggs serenely. ��������� "1 only did if on  Johnny's account. I wanted him to  have a good time, and ho did. You  have no idea how kind all the gentlemen were to him.1'���������New York Times,  Nuremburg cla-ms the First Watch  Where were tho first watches made?  Watches we>'- first made in Nuremberg, at aboiit the time-of the discovery'of America, that is, at the end  of the fifteenth century. History does  ���������iio���������t_seeiu 'o'ha'.e preserved the namo  and slipped it .nto liis pocket. To-go"^ the" ^EtorTTuThe was doubtlcs  on   now   would  bo  disastrous,   to  gc  back almoit as dangerous.  While he wit considering his- line  of action a northern bound train came,  steaming into .he station and pulled  up at another platform. His mind was  quickly made up. Ho crossed the  bridge and entered-the train, He had  He drank 'hi tea and ate the two j no time tc get a ticket, nor had he  thick slices of .oast the man made for  him.  The day was beginning to- dawn  gradually; he did not wait for broad  daylight,' before he made liis way to  tho station. Ih. took a workman'<<  ticket for Romford, there he bought  another ticket for London.  By luck tho clork did not tako  away the tickets for the first half of  hi-- journey. This was all to the good.  ' It was eighi (-'clock when ho reach  oil Liverpool Street Station. The  Ftreets worn crowded with early work-  on* on their way to their offices. It  was necessary to avoid London as  much as possible; he realized this. He  made his way eastward, found a ready  made tailors' shop, and bought i.  heavy overcoat and a hat unlike anv  he had ov,.-.i' worn.   ���������  By a HrAiitmis roulo which necessit-  ntnd eroH.-iiig the river at Woolwich,  ha reached New Cross, the South Nn stern Station, where slow trains sometimes stopped on thoir way to tho  coast.  Hero again luck was with lilm,   Tt  -J-.-J\%y]  i\t-1  ------  CTJTTCTM  V tkJ   JO* JUL ^> W *h*--t������ ������m  SOAP  .Aesfctnd when necessary by  Cuticura Ointment. 'Ihey  keep the skin and scalpclean  and clear, sweet nncl healthy,  besides soothing irritations  which often prevent sleep  and if neglected become  chronic disfigurements.  my desire to attract attention to him  self. He did not doubt that tlie police  would trace liur to New Cross, but he  would baffl- them yet.  If he had hoped to leave the train  at a wayside station he was disappointed. From Ashford to London tho  train ran without, a stop, this would  bring him into llie vory heart of London again; bo would have lo run the  gauntlet of the detectives wlio would  be watching at the station1.' His only  hopo wus that thoy wero confining  thoir attentions to the outward bound  trains, it' ho had any luck, ho would  arrive bolweer. the hours at which  these trains departed.  Tho train stopped at Waterloo. Tho  inspectors camo to collect the tickets,  It was the chance ho had pnyed for.  He loft the tn'.n and walked boldly  up to the barrier whoro tho collector  stood.  '  He took a sovereign out of his po>  kot as he appro:,died the man.  "I had no time to buy a ticket at  Ashford," he sail..  Ho did not wait for the change, but  pushed on. A foolish proceeding, because 'no was s ill woiirliig the. clothes  of an artizan. Ilo rocogni/.od lils mistake before he had readied Waterloo junction.  Nate was playing with hint Unit dnv  and  playing in his  favor, for no dr  a German. The .watch was at lirst  only a small clo_k, inclosed in. a box,  the motive power being furnished- by  a mainspring. Frequently they wen  globular in form, and hence were often called "Nuremberg Eggs." They  wore too la' ge ic carry in tlie pocket,  and were umai-j worn hanging from  the girdle. At first, tho invention was  far from perfect, but one by one tho  faults were overcome, until, in ihe  eighteenth century, the watch had become what it i_ today.  The' cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts It within  roach of all, and it can be got at any  druggist's.  ������������������ea-ir oi Price  There ha, lately been exhibited at  a court jew^leu.' in Bond street, London, a striking collection of pearla  One magnificent rope is valued at no  less than JjOO.OOt, while for a single  pearl-shaped drop, perfectly symmetrical, $70,000 is askod. But piobably  the most exquisite article in the collection is a single necklet of gems  of exti'oi'diiiary hue, the matching  and graduation being, superb. The cost,  of this article i.* $170',000.  But the owners warn a would bo  purchaser' that if ono of tlie stones  word, lost it would be impossible to  replace it with an exact duplicate.  Blacic aiid pink pearls also found a  place in the exhibition; whilst a pass,  ing reference must bo mado to a pair  of button-shaped earrings valued at  $40,000.   ���������  ,,Ouo ot the representatives of iho  firm g'vos a word of ndvlco' upon the  preservation am. treatment o������ pearls  Upon no account,, ho said, should  thoy bo locked up In a safe or other  dark place for lengthy periods, since  such treatment coon causes thom to  lose their lifo' r.nd becomo dull.  If thoir fair owners llnd that for  some reason or other they cannot  wear thom outside their garments  they should make a point of wearing  thom tiu.iern.>i'.th their dress, next to  thr skin. Constant contact with tlm  human skin glv.-.-s to the stones light,  luslre,- g'oss and sheen. Tho best possible way to keep pearls in a perfect  state of preservation as woll as to  prolong tholr life, ls to woar them  always, both by night and by.,day.  .i Drl'ik Under, the Pulpit  Residents of Belluve l-ust *n  South Africa are enjoying a joke at  the expense of i\ Prc-r-byterian eongrj-  gallon whose jhnrch is situated not  a thousand miles from that district.  Temperance above nil things ha_  boon preached ir tho church with tin-  failing insistence from tho puli.it  Lately some peoplo living in the  neighborhood wore interested in th?  fact that thoro was always a large  number of Kaffirs about the churc.i  in littlo k.iots and clusters, and at  last someone���������.i trifle more curious  than the rest���������asked lf there was not  a native mission or chapel attache I  to tho church This not being lho  case, lt bee. ni- difficult to account fo.  the presence of the unlives, to whom  one would harriiy suppose a J-'resby-  torian church for Europeans to bo  an, object, of .lurllculnr Interest or  attraction,  No donb. tho *hu>'oh officials won  puzzled, ard so they isot to work to  solvo the .nysUvy. 'Tho solution , Is  alike trag'c, humorous, and    slinplo,  J   Porcelain Ships  Liners of porcelain driven by  petrol may one day oust the steam-  driven ship of steel and wood. The  porcelain ships is the plan of W.  Hales Turner, of Gravesend; a famous potter His scheme is that,  apart from the sides and framework,  ships should be built of plate porcelain. Afte-' 40 years' labor and an expenditure of ab-i.t $500,000 it has been-  discovered now to manufacture plato  porcelain rt $35 a ton in any size up to  15 by 10 feet.  Mr.  Turner points  out the advantages of the new material-as regards  cheapness,  cleanliness  and    perman  once.   It is. cheaper than any of its  rivals, it harbors no vermin, it   can  T������""EHRnreil���������by���������wnshingr^the���������decura-r  tlons can be supplied al the' time   of  manufacture and will never need renewing, and ic will never need paint  ing.    Such  a  fri.ip  could  be "wash  ed up'  liko a c'.i.na cup.  Porcelain is practically ..e.verlhst-  ing. Tiles at Nankin 4,000 years old  are as goal as new.  Put Both Feet In It  For two or threo days ou ono occasion Speako..' Low thor was away  from tho house of commons through  illness. On one of these days a Liberal walke:1 into a west end club aud  thero met Mr. Gully, the son of the  late Speaker. "Ah," said he'Unthinkingly, "Lowtlnv is the best speaker  we've ever had." Too late he realized  his faux ya_. But moro was to  come. In anaijoining room he met  Mr. Peel. "Oh,;' he gushed, "I've just  said such a stipid thing. 1 met young  Gully, and. forgetting his father, said  .Lowther was che best speaker we  ever had." Now, Mr. Peel was also  tho son of a previous speaker. "1 dare  say," lie replied, to the unhappy Lib  eral, "that if ;cu went outside and  walked d:wn the street you might  meet one of tho Brands'." Mr. Speaker Peel was lhe successor of. Mr.  Speaker Brand.- London Citizen.  SUSPENDER  Hen's Laying Depends on Feeding  Undoubtedly many chlckons eoi  more than Uiey need, but the hen that  is properly lod will turn hor surplus  into eggs, tho hen that is fed barely ���������>  maintenance rauon is necessarily un<  profitable. On' roason tho beginner  with a small flick fe. largely from Mio  tablo scraps c,iu flguro'oiit 3o low >i  cost1 of 'coding chickens is because I19  doesn't cov.it tlio cost of the food ho'  would need to buy wore it not for the  scraps, Tin right way to figure the  cost of a hon's feed is not by tho vu'up  of tho tablo scraps at first cost, nor is  it right to o-liiuato, that thoy '.'ost  nothing, but by what it would cost to  ropln.ee thom with poultry food.  The feeding will tell nt the oritbnl  timo of tho oai'ly frosts when the pullets aro just coming to lay and tantalize you with their red combs, but atill  do not lay, vhen the hens aro passing  tho last stages of the molting season,  and not feather before the frosts,  when tho vitality oC all tlio stock i<?  tlio lowest, and vUien the price of eggs  begins to soar to its highest, thou it  is that the 'eoding tells, it is-a ijues'  tlon then of winter laying or winter  loafing, and \)u<: is largely a qucstiou  ot feeding.���������Wallace's Farmer.  8UU of Ohio, nlty of Toledo,    I  Lucas, County,      ,_   J     "8.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that Ills senior partner of ��������� tha - Arm of F. J.  Cheney & Co., doing business In the City  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that snid firm will pay the Bum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each  and every caso of Catarrh that cannta  be our,ed by tho use of HALL'8 CATARRH CURE.  FRANK   J.   CHENEY.  Sworn to before ma and subscribed..,a  my presence, this 6th day of December,  A.D.  18S6.  (Seal) A. "VV. GLEASON,  Notary   Public.  Hall's- Catarrh Cure ls taken Internal-'  ly and acts d'rectly upon the blood and  mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for -  testimonials,   free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by ell DruRjrists,  76c.  Take _I������11'_ Family rills for Constipation.  Wli.it th- Forehead Tells  People who have marked talent of  any sort often have one deep, .erpen-  dicular wrinkle in .the middle of tlieir  foreheads, with cue or two others on  cither side,  Long foreheads, with smooth skin  and no wrinkle's, characterize pcopie  of a quiet, "tdt.le nature.  "Well arch id irows, with one slight,  porpoiidiculai wrinkle, belong to wise  and discreet pa-sons,   ���������  Foreheads prominent just nbovo the  eyebrows dono'.e strong Individuality.  A per "out fo'.dioad should have almost straight eyebrows, clear and woll  dollned, but no', lioavy.  A long urelni'.d shows intelligence,  a short one aeth ty.  A broad loreluad denotes great mon  tal ability; an .rregular, knotty ouo a  bold, origimi   and investigating mind.  Dr. Johnscn's Resolutions  Dr. joh_son compiled this list of  good resolutions on' the 51st birthday in 1700:"Resolved, Deo juvaute;  to combat notions of obligations;: to  apply to'study; to.reclaim Imaginations; to consult the resolves on Tet-  ty's coffin- to rise early; to drink  less strong .liquors; to keep a journal; to oppose -laziness by doing  what is  to  bo  done  tomorrow;   rise  as-early is_l_can;_������_e_n���������d__fo_i__ljooks_2i  history of  war;  put books in order;  scheme of- life,"  Vicious Creatures  The   superintendent  of  a  penitentiary,  was escorting a party cf, women  visitors  through   the    building  They  entered   a  room  where    threo.  women we: e busily sewing.  As they-turned'to leave thp room  ouo of the visitors said:  "What    vicious-looking    creatures!  What are they in for?    They reaily,  look'   capable    of    committing    any''  crime."  "Well," replied the,superintendent;,  "you see, they have no other homo  That is my private sitting:room, and.  they are my wile ant. two daughters.'  Minard's Lln'ment Cures Distemper.  Fellcty Restored  It is iei/>nl*_ that Iwo wolves iu  the London Zoo wore very jealous  of each other vand frequently quarrelled. One di> during an unusually furiou" dispute tho male approached the female angrily as if to  bite her, l/.it just as he reached her  he stopped ._ if held back by some  thing withb him. Tho female then  approached timidly, gently licked his  faco, and domestic happiness was.  once more . ostored.  "Oh, yes, Mr Smith," said tho brido.  "I suppose Harry has spoken to _ou  of nio qui.e often."   ���������,  "He has, indeed," returned the senior partner "and what is more, tim;>  and time again lie has read mo certain pretty extracts from the ��������� lctt-is  of his dear littk Mario."  . "Really, !���������. bet, your pardon, sir,"  said the bride with a sudden coolnos-.-!.  "My name i_ G.-adys."  No man or woman should hobbl..  painfully about bociuisa.of corns wiion  so certain a vclief is at hand as Jlo'lo-  way's'Coru Cu'.'o,  While the i-vIIh of drink and tho vir-  tu������tlvo"Hiiw"hini. "tiioiii.rii"iiH"it"liiipp.-ii i , oh "f   i'iii|������o.\-m������p wore lieiiig th.in  i ii,,.,.,. w���������re half a dozen wiilrlilng !,lort!*- n'l)U) l'10 Pu'l'it tho divino was,  Waterloo.  lie  emtio 'iv  the  tube ik.tokh Lou  don and i ached Highgnte, Hero ho  made u number of piircliases, Including a grip und ii change of clothing.  With thin Vo ilinihloil back again, using the convenient tube to South Loir  don. look i author train to Sydenham;  and used the opportunity which an  ompty carriage pri'Hiinteil to chango  his c'lotlm.,, Tho others ho placed In  the grip, illn purchases hail Included  n pair of gol.l upoctiiclos, and tlio  chango lu his iippi'iimnee wiih stnrtl-  ing.  In thn inoiiiitimo field was hot on hli  tnn'k'.i. The ll.'ki't.eollortor ill Water,  loo had told tho story of tho man  In rough working eloilmH who had  given lilm a sovereign and told lilm  to koop the I'liimgo.  At live o'clock in llm. afternoon thnv  j to nil iuio.ils .tlid purposes, standing  j over a nut Ivo liar, for under fho pul-  1 pit wero I'oun I cnii"i,iiloil dozoiiH on  dozens of uottlee of liquor, nppii'*  ently stored thoro by t.ho ingenious  Kaffir boy in charge of lho church,  RlOh; After All  Mrs. Mason's colored washerwoman  Marllia, was co-.'iphiliiliig of lior Iiuh-  baud's health,  "Why, 1; lie i..lck, "Marlhn?" nsked  Mrs, Mason.  "lie's ve'y po'ly, iiui'iim, vo'y po'ly,"  answered th woman. "He's got the  oxi'laiiiutoiy   heiiinatlHiii."  "You iiionii Inflammatory, Martha,"  mild tlie lady. "Kxclainulory moan'  lo cry out."  "Yes, iiiii'nivi," ropliod Martin., with  ronvli'tloii: "da 't> what Ih lt. lie boilers all tin- I'm.  A .'csponcible Position  Tho  Now   York  Mail    prints    the  following    ottor,   which   is   supposed  to have boon r?eeived by tho eiinor of  a Kuiihiih paper: .  Uoer Sir, my friends hav often urged .Me to run tut- ofis sovral times, but  wlio'I hav tno intrusts uv tho popul at  hart, 1 novor h..d a hiinliorin for pub-  lik life, I mn wr tin to guvnor llodgoh,  siskin him to hav lho loKlslutlur croat  the oils uv Water Melon Inspector, an  tu givo me Hi- Job, it Is a sliaiiiu tu  Iho grate tuato uv Kan. tlio way groon  and rotln vvultor melons is ininropnt-  Honied an sold A, the citizens uv this  state fur lih'i) ripe onn, the customer  cant tol u ripe melon by tliuinplii it an  the merchant wont plug em, In I his  way gnmo iiiu'H.h In sold in ���������'ho iii'i-  cuiit un iinsiispoctln pulill.t whicli  am ii felony In tliat it is gin'ii mnny by  I'n In preti'iiHOH, If you will back nio  with your Mru'.o 'pnpor nn help uio  thereby git this ofis uv melon liispnt:  lor, I will jiroiniHo to stop all UiU  graft, un unlawful bii-lnos uv soliu  green waiter iiii>.oiih by conllHCiitln all  nii'loiiH thnt ninr boin plugged by un,  It is scon tlioy uro not up tu grade.  Willing Himself Well  An intorpstiiu. examplo of a man  willing himself woll is that of 'Original" Walker. The thing was the work  o������ a mom )'it Ho hx.d beon reading  Cicero's "Do Oraloro," and sonic passage suggested to him tho expediency  of milking the improvement of his  health his stud/. "1 roso fre-m my  book," ho writbs, "Btood bolt uprlgh"  and determined to bo woll, In pursu  unco of my resolution I tried many extremes, was guilty o1' many nbsurdllle^  .'���������nil committed many errors uuild tho  ronioiiHtriuues nnd rldlculo oi thoso  around mo 1 persevered, novortiiu-  less, and it Is icw, 1 believe, lull sixteen yon.'s pine,.! I have had any mod'  cii' ndvlco or taken any medicino r.r  anything wl'iiUvor by way oi modi-  clim."���������Uju Ion Chronicle.  Lwam Too Long  Tho ntLtrnoy-������ for tho prosecution  and (let'em-h h.iJ bo.ui allowed lll'leou  minutes jnch to argue tlio caso, _h_  attorney for the defense had com-  inoiicod his nrgiimont wllh an allusion  lo tho k wlm in In.1 hole of his boyhoo I  days, Ilo lold In bowery oratory oi  lho baling air, fliu, 'ringing birds, tlm  joy of yo.itli <! ( delights of tl.e cooi  water. And ni iho miilsl of ll ho wiim  Interrupt-;!. '��������� y iho drawling voice of  the judge. 'C-miij ;iul, I'hnwiieey," lio  said, "and i ul mi yonr clot lieu. Your  hl'ioen inlmiles aru up."  An Horored Guest  - "No man is u< wall known as ho  thinks lie is," said U.iruso. "1 was  motoring on Long Island.recently. M .  cur broke .bwn and 1 ontorod a farmhouse to get warm, The lai'ino'.*  and I chatted, md when he asked inv  nanio I told him modestly that it was  Caruso. At that name ho throw up  his hands.  "'Caruso!' lio exclaimed, 'iloblnaoii  Caruso, tho great traveler! Little  did 1 oxpoct ovor to soo a nian llko  you iu this horo humble kilcliun,  sir!'"  arrested Tlror Hrown nt.    Ilrcnlford,    l.xui'tly how he_ i'mni! to Hreutford In i Man at ih-sk- Whv do yon claim a  tmi of 'tm' rroid' importntioo. lie otuilft I trombone r).ny_-r lis loss of u bore tliun  tell thi'iu nothing more Hum thoy nl-1 si pianist; |ii������uin,i������  roauy uui-v. iiiieut iii:ivii:i. It ha* .ti-t .M.-'"' !���������'��������� I'.UAr He 1:', Wc:iv. ��������������������������� ho  mo*, impu.ssll'li; to follow tlio hitter's! doesn't get tii. chanco. 1 |i> doesn't  movements!. ! Hud a troinnouo In every homo he vis-  "No has twisted nnd doubled nbout I ils,  A certain typ.  of mory���������Hint having tho sudden cim-limioii   Hindi as,  .. 'i' jo oa  ''loft  ii  gnu yest'.'i'di ,  tho  funeral   will  ho  tomorrow"--Iiiih  Flic  Aid  "A woniiiii oi.n be just uh tolt reliant and iudop ml oil as a mau," said  Mrs. Mik-io-i defiantly.  "Mobbn rhu i-i.n, Uiiiisn, niobbo hIm  can," liiiid lier '.i Hbni.d, "but not whilo  she wear* frooks thnt liuol; up Hi-  lni".k!"-��������� I--.iidoi. Telegraph.  "DO you know his wife well?"  "Not" nt nil."  "Would you nlio to bo Introduced  to her?"  I don't������������������ Slink It would bo safe. I'm  F.aclly Accomplished  Judge llnuhfcton, whon loader of  the ojiposi'iJii'i;-. th-J Now llrunswiciC  legislature, representing the county of  Westmoreland wat onco dellvoriug i  vigorous iildruHH lu Uio house iigiiuist  sonic measure oi tho govornniaiH, then  led hy Mr. W'.7.v.  "Oh, that my conatltiiontH In Wesi  nioroland could   hoar   mo now!"   ov-  oliilnied  lho i>ii..OHii.������>ii lender In virion! tonc.fi,  Mr. lllnlr mu'. Mioil to an allendaiit  ' Open tho wlii;;ow." lie said.���������Louts-  vlllu Courier., ouriml.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  been chilnicri i>  purely American in   tho friend .ie,iil���������iiy������ blanien for keop  ^ ii   it .  . i   ,il       I   lint   Mm    /illl    lill    ,  "  London," nald (lold, "Hint I'm hanged  if 1 know whi-n* to look iicvt,"  Holder nio! u. iiici, 1'iigiiig li. a  series of short zigzag tracks farther  ami fartlii" from the metropolis, He  roiuiioil Heading by tho least likely of  railwaw; h1 wii.i making for Fishguard ano he s.rrived nl tin* western  port In tii"1 'o (iitch the Ir'sli boat.  S'o   i." ���������:,', ������������������ !ili" f ulti.'ird- Ibcre woro  She-- Morel,- io think in* thnt I'or'  Mill!  'l.l'llO    l w,u. _tv,.i   _M-u..,������i- *. k  ....   r,...,.-.  mo a glow of v.armth.  Ho���������Ami mo i-ly to think of what It  will cost no elves nio cold chives  down Ihi- liar'.-   1'earnon'n Weekly,  "Isn't th re anything we can do to  ���������strip   that   horrible   yolplng    of   thar.  \I."V  t<?   .-.U't  till"  v'hiil of dnrv 1������ older than Aiuerl''a  Itself. If you wil turn io 11. Cun ii-  Ides XVI.. 1-. Ul, you will llnd tln-h,  wurrifi'  "And Asa iu ..he thirty and ninth  year of his *olm wuh (Uncased in Ills  ��������� :::i'!l ������������������'-' ' ."���������������������������-' w.\tx I'vi-ei'dlair  great; >'���������������: in lu i11ho������n_ he hoiignt  not. to the lord, but to the physicians.  And Asa Ai'Vi Willi I*'8 father*!.   ���������   ���������"  ni' hlni out, Int.) "  Mrs, llandall 1 ad Just Mulshed Instructing hor new girl, who camo to  lier from imi liitelllgenco olllco, Hor  general nppeunitieo pleasod tlio ml>i  tress grimily, and she fell hu/oiIiii1 at  laisi hIio had si i.ceodod In finding n  prize.  "And, Iilz/io, do you have lo bo  called in the nu.uilng:" sho nuked as  au aiterth night  "I don't liavu to bo mum," ropliod  the now iisHlstMit hopefully, "unlosi  yous just   hupitiiH   to   noed -nio '���������  ... .illll'Ott'B.  Cut!  two detectives watching the boat, but1 Smith kid next eoor'!"  be pitted iiiiHiiilleiigi'd. !    "Why, llarri-'    That's our .lillin In  _��������� __     ,, , ,    Hut l-'ati,  wlwh had favored lilm koHio nidi'   -ind v'twihi:'.'  rf'VT^S Ur."..tly.  now   pln.e.1  lu-r most  cruel;     -That .���������-'.   Co:!,. Ii-mi'l that ,.|r| pn \ liour.-l'ie T.iir.  .'���������-', ti,.- iki. uiui tn-!--"'I '1 omtii-tfit   J_._.riJ,  iitl'l  the  ������tory of  Helder's niTi st   SOI1M-   l>rl<-  ������'tJi..-UH������   Villi-*1,  tlicigli".  ���������U"t.-fr   A'l.l-fitl"yt,Tl)OitA,.(..in.   I u,jj Ku |)|)W|i ro |,|__U)r}. ���������H _|,��������� ,|U)M n..j In,||_uiH_iillU  S !.r.  markiible   ..llldelH-e   nf   poetic   JlWtllOj        .    ���������    i  ������������������           i'~ '��������� t'n.i'i h-,-,v ovor ' rcii knnivn. J    '.')>���������>   mn*r'*s-tM 1   fanner  luti  to  W    N    U.   1016 I    They woke Gold in the early hours sharp aft u ri-...,.   Lippincott's  ���������Shop I'Vicniiin (to groat musician  practising on .i.e I-rench horn)-The  factory over -lu *ny sends tholr  coinplimi'ii.s o.ft will you ���������>..iwh <..'.'  on \o uuu. Iwr -loto Vos a lot of tin'  'ninth   -i*ii  I'ul'.U ol.  it   for the  (liMler  'i'bti ChiiAi.'.tii    I IiaA u,> Mi-.'i j.J'i  .  wi.'-- iu piovalent till 1 began to  drive a car.  Ills wii.i ���������liu you hear much of It  on tho i(),'il?  Tho < li'i/yin-ii'���������Why. nearly everyone   l    Oil lljl   Hi'. I    tiM-rtlfJ   li|hl*niiuj,    -  ruck.  Snmly was wnlldng along (ho road  In deep.thoiiglit, and It wiih IiIh minister who brought, hlni lo earth again  with���������"lluUim, Sandy! Thliiklng ot  iho future. i>lr?"  "No," replied our hero moodily, ' to-  ii;uiiu-.Ai lin m.f'ti lAriluliij, nail Via  thinking u- tho j-resent."  Wlfo���������Woll, ibmi, I'll just buy what  1 want "im havo the bills Kent to yon,  Hub- Ves; hut oughtn't wo to ugioe  to somo limit it to tl.o amount?  Wife t'a rtat" y tint! foiiililiiaMftn"  In n'Ktnt'Mt of irado aro iilfga'.���������  Iiostiiii Tra'isrv'pt.  ���������Why do yoi sign your nnmo No-  ml)?" nsked a lonelier of one of llie  Chinese boys In IiIh class. "Hon't you  Kimu mm .sor oi ih ii gitib ilium.-."  "Oh. no," wns tho reply, "Norah Is  the name of iho famous American  who built iii; ark.'  i it'v, ix.il. Jii, ������Vi/_luii,CH. A.,  J    He���������Yoi  un ten* ...'ind whnt  ln prorka N do t't you'?  he     Mho-Oli   yn.   That's  - you put u*> tlid u~c*  marg1  the   utonov  "Po yo������ thi \i y������m wlll bo ntil.)  to provide iy daughter with c-vt-ry-  thl'ig tilui wnr'tR';"  "I thin1! ho, m:. Sho nay. ull iu thu  i world 6h������ wuiils ts -uo."  "I B.imil" 1l-i'.i. tluil you would gut  tired of noing iiiitoniol'lllng nlotie."  "Oli. I UNiri 11- run ni'roMs somo-  body iiuiOiM lv! gono far,"  "Do you love nu>:" sadl the paper  bag t'i   li*' mi.irr.  'I'm jnut    :npi..d up in yon," ropHM  lho f 'gar.  "Yon Hv.oet   i.lng," murmured tbe  paper bag  1      ' If  - N0TI.08'i������ horoby Rivou th:.,t applt-1  o;).'ieii wili bo mad������ to tlu SuporhiUnd-  ontsof Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  lisioiiBo to soil liquor by wholesale npon  tho pi-o'ni.iM oitii-Utd on Ut ft, iUocl; 15,  Ciunbotlnnd Twnftit.. Curalwl'id, B. 0  .': ��������� CHAM M USSArrO, Appliciut.  Dited thin lai day oCOotober 1913.  '-������~*������^*\*^'V'lW:VW*^^ar^^  &^l^h^l^^k^3 '��������� 3������I?1SE' ������(^LUMBM.  i^Ti?*������**VHH������������t������ft*������n,**������MB~'  I  -SEE-  vuuuio-.uh  mj������^***-VtM.*m^*ta*a'Vti-^a.-VWHlMtat'*B* jmm.*-_   ^u������  . NOTICa is htpuhy given that oa t ho n>at  dny of D.a'iih-jr uuxt application .will bv>  made to tho Superintandt'ii't' of Provincial  polico, Victoria, for the- ronowal of the hotel lloenso to soil liquors hy retail iu tno  'lotttl known rs ihe- L tuo liotv������, Bitimtcd at  Com.x, IJ.OA      _  Ghoitfn: M. Ij.uiunv  ' ��������� Dated October i, 1913.  NOTICE is he: .by given "Aat on the  first day of November 1914, application  will tie made to the Superintendent ot  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the.  whjleaalc liqu ir license upon the piem-  iscs known iu, Lot _.|, Subs-ociion t, Nelson District.  1'm.si-:ni*.u Urkwini.'Comiv.nv.  Dated September _(,', iyi^  tmmavAta'.******* wmi������������iMWiiwMirtwn������tMW^������K'������������W mm*t*at*n**mam^  NOTICE in ueroby givw\'that on lho  ilrst diiy of Di'cemli:!.' nnxt -iiylici*tioiiwi!_'  be mmS_ t-o the iiiii>orl_u>ii.'.eiil ������.f I'rovi.-  dill lVhce, Vi.lo.iu, for the ro'io.mlof Mm  lwtt'1 licenso to s>ll liijmu-K by louil in tho  liobd know, an tlio WiUon hotel, Mtuuted  aI Ui.iou Bay KC. " - "   .  ,: ���������" ' Al.KRUO llM'Ett lleu.su  Dalod September, _������������������, I'JU  KOTIOE ia hereby (jiven tlmt. 011 lh_  - firit dny of Ueoombor noxt ajipliohtio-jwill  bc mado to ttie'Sui.<>',iMt������ulutit of Provincial Police, Victoria, for a miewul ol the  iiotui lii.cnso to noil liquom by retail. in  the hotol kuowu (w the Union IwUA, sit���������  -, unto nt Urdus. ll.'C. ��������� John N. M������L_ou  ���������- U������kd Hcptombor,.2J, U>U  , ������������ijij^������r������������r^^������<u������o'iriUwi^t������A������������^vn.u-^i_fc'-^j; wAiAMU-iwi'-WJi.  NOTICE is hereby givwi tint on the  first d.\y of D������:emlwr'next, ,np_.'lioaUon  will be-iinadu to (ho Soimriiitondoat cf lho  X'.ovin.iiil Polico, Yk-tori., for the reoow  al of tho hotel lifionw to soil liquors by  . eotujl in tlio hotel known as the Wi'Odlius  SiDjiplnc; Place, -i.itini.ie i>t Oyster Rivtr,-  in tho Provlneaof Uri'l-h Columbia.  ; AxKUt Woomiu.s.'  D.ilod Septembsr 23, 191-1.  iWWr.*l*t1EOT������Min'<W������������������tllr*IVWl*UrtiiWW4������^^  '"NOTICE is iereby givpn tnat on the.  first dny of Djc-uiber m-xt iipylicidii'n will  h. mad-.* to "tha Suvwjiilijr.'JflirS W- l'rovin-  ���������eiaW'<*4ke,-Vio!oriai_-foi';t!'ie-rei'.ovv-aU>f-tbe  hotol licence loaoll liquors by'retail 111 the  lio'.ol known as tho Nolsim hotol, sltiutod  at Union Kay, B.O. Join; Piia.sv.ii.  Dined Sop't.mhur, 2.1, (ill--*.  NOTICE is horeby tjivuri that, on the  firat day 0? Di-cJsub.r n,-.xt, tipplii'iiUiu will  bn ni'ido to ihe Kupuriiitfsiflo-t of I. roviuaiul  Police, Viot.ria, for Uio roiirwal ni llw ho  id Iii'Ofl������a to wil liquor- by roti.il lu thn  liotel known on tho Jlvwiiido howl, uitu_.ee  ok Coui'toniiy, ll. 0. 0. II. I'Vxu.nku.  I) itod Si'plciubor 23, ION.  B$y\}ts  ���������of British Columbia, Ltd.  TUE S. S. COWIOUAN  WILL.SAIL AS UJNDKtt a   '  Comox--Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Routs  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. 111 ....:..,.. Tuesday 11 p, in-  Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 5 p. m.'.. .Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For Deutuau Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday ami Monday, 8 pm  ���������     For Naimimo, Union Bay and Coiuoxi "���������     "  Subject to change without notice.  3_aCB__f3__S_SEB!EM^  ������T.    _T.   McLEOD   "' 1?_=������or!sx_-Tor,  English -1 x BUIITON iilway������ ������a tav rfeo, tho (amouBMILWAUKES  BUKlt'V��������� Anhoneer,' liofctn-aiau, Schl'ta, &c. "OLD GJtliY BKA.RD "  SCOTOii WHISKY,       " Beet Wines and Liquor* of all kinds  Tho tJoMilinjj aud .'-oilgiog Dopartmont, under tho lUKnediato. stuwriatondonoo   '  wMl bj loni.d Pir_t'.olnsa iu overy rospiwt. ���������  B.ATKS ,  tpi 00 per day and Up  ���������*:ii&S5S^^  'iimefl  Ea  .CANCELLATION OF Rlv  .      SEUVK.  NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN that  ihe reserve, the notice uf wliich appear-  -*il i" ihu'll. C.CJazctlc Uu iho 37th day  nf December, 1907, in cancelled 111 sn-far  ���������is it rehtcs to the following parcels of  iand:-~tljc \V. 1 2-ofthcS. K. 1-4, ibe  ���������S.-W. '1.4 arid the S.'i J of.the N.' \V.,  i-^wtitoLUie-'river in Seciinti 4; lhe S.  E.,-1-4, .hes. E. i-^of li.e S. \V. 1-4  nnd iIiqN.'E. 1-4 m".Seciii.m '5; the S.  i-i of the S. E. 1 4 in Section ti: lhe JS E.  1-4, (he S, \V. 1-4 imd llie E. 1-2 of tin:  N. E 1.4 in .Section iC, and Ui, E. i-j  of ilie S. E 1-4 and N. t-a in Section _i,  all in Townshi|> 3, Sayward District, unci  tlio N. E. 1 4 of the N. E. 1-4 in .Section 32; iho _i E 1-4 of the S W t 4 mid  ilie .\T W i*4 s,n������!N i-��������� ef the N E 1-4 in  Section 33; thu N r-2 of the N \V 1-4  and the N i-_ of the N E 1-4 in Scciion  3^; tad ihe S 1-2 and N W 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in .Section 35, ail in Township 6,  Saywnrd District.  The snid lands will he open for en try by  pre-emption on Monday, the iSth day ot  May at ilie hour ofg o'clock in the forenoon; ull applications to bo nude at the  office of the Government Agent,' Vancouver. ������������������ No Pre-empiian Record shall  include more than 40' acres of laiul except in cases where it is desirable lo in.  elude.small fractional portions of legal  Subdivision*; information in winch con  nection may be obiaiiwd from plans ,011  view ut-ihe above mentioned Ayc-.'.u-y. ,.  K. A. KEN WICK' ,  Deputy Mnii.ter of Lands,  Laiul.s Department,   V'tworia, i).   C._  February :nh  1914.  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42. .'  X'OT.CE Is  hereby ^qy,   that  ono       month from date,  application will be made to tbo.  BiiporiiUendcrit of Provint-inl police for a license fov the swle of  liquor by wholc-aale in, and upn  the protijiiKja ait-mtcd in the town  of Courtenay, B. C, known and  described as Lots 30 and 31, Sec-  -.ion'Gl.   .  --MrjOur M  The Courtenay Hotel  Mvrsry convenionce for guedta.  Tho Oontial Hotol i'or Sportumou  Nonfl Inii.ihe Ileiit of Wines und Liquors  at the Hai,  RATKS  RVi'ASOllABLH!  nJohn Johnston,   Prop  iwiii_Tvn-(H%xrA.(<^w-i.jwnT\ii'Jm������MaiiivtMVHVMMutn_ww^  0. H TARBELL  Better,  Chcapev Th;-in  Most  Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Mlifeg -& Gram Company, Ltd.  Distributors , %      N:\NAIMO, B. C.  w''aw-ui^.u_u__j___-a_i__a^^  CAXCKLI-ATION   OV RJ--  SKRVE,  Wi  hum GRADE STOVES'  Aral nil  Ji'l 1 ClIKN . 1UTENS1LS  Sportsmens Goods  Genera! 'Hardware "  I  V ,1 nJOf teWlfi*fyftr*%ri*if V^.^VV4% g^  JUrlSOMTioN 01' J������A]lTNKKr  A):\ i l".  Nfl'l !(;Xi������ hfvi-hy riven thnt  tin.' ji;i.fi.i,r..l;i|) Jh'i'i-lc.foj'ii exintiiii?  .ict'\i'"ii I'.dMi VIkH'iw.mx unil Arlh-  ���������a: Doni'O; tui.'cr th" I'm \i.\u.:.  .'..'>! r-^h- '"f ti*,: !^ (' (-!!���������-,������;-���������., cttr"  rj'i������������,u; 0:1 '..u.'iiij-h ul   C'.iiuhi'ilAiiii,  ''*,.   <'       1-IT   '-7   f'O    ''"7'*    il'IVI\f   'ill!'1  .*l-i, ii.*Jv-   <'.'',.fK.!v!.d   by   mutual  _Ot!WU!>..  ,:-'hs  TIC)*: IS. J-EUUBY GIV-  KN that the Reserve, a notice of  whicli appeared in the iJrii'ish  Columbia Gazette on the 27th  clay of December, 1907, is cancelled in so far as it relatef.' to  lauds covered by Expired Timber Ivicunse No, 42936 and  known ns Lot No. 374, Sayward  Dii?lrict,;,nnd that the said lands  will be opened for staking for  pre-emption aa unsurveyed lands  iu compliance with the provisions of the "Laud Act" at 9  o'clock iu the forenoon 011 Tuesday, August ir, 1914, For  'further information npply to the  GovernmcML Agent, Vaucouvev,  through whoso oflice all applications must l>e made.  It. A.'Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lauds   Department,   Victoria,  li. C, June to, 1914,  NOTICK.  'fiv.iti'd tendi'i'i- will ho ivivivi'd  hv 'hn Mlninlcr nf LjmmIi'. nur in  tt'p than noon on thi< 7th day nf  Auyilnt, ISIll, for thu |)uri-ii:i.4n n������  Lieuiuio X, 2-11; to cut Yd\),()l)i)  fi'i*t nl'liinhiM'on un uvoa adjoin-  inn Lot 174, Lit thi Vulihw lAaud,  oiiywunl Di^triet,    One vear wih  f 1    ;��������� ���������' ' '       '   ,.  , f ..Ha-.)a.'>.i  .v/i   in-;    iiluutii;  Ul   1 iii,  lill'.ilri'.  VnrthiM'p'jrtiiiuhirii of Uie Chief  iMJVi.'.Mor, \'i;'toi'ia. 1>, 0.  ��������� .,-. <4>  ���������  l.OliT l)II tffOI.l-N   I'roni Ao.  '!   I.V|H>1| . iv-'iiPt* hieyi'le,   jilated  leharii,   hurl.  SUrtLMEliSCTlKLULK,  Trains iviII arrive at Cuinbur-  Jund from Union .I!:iy 111 HMO on  Tuesday, Thursday and SMitui'day  Hvenino's, and will leav^ lur Union  Bay Wtvdnofiday and Friday at, 7  in the 1110 i'n inir, and (.m ynturdiiy  at C30 01 tlio evening, Them   i:;  no cluviin-ij in the   S. S. Cowichan  _i  el it'd uie.  Dated" Wide lolh day of   April,  1914.  - U.NION. BREWING C0i3?ANY.  Ltd.  Conrad Ueife.1,  Applicant  NOTICE  Any pei'Bon or jiursons, cuttinf-r,  reuiuviiH* or takinc any hkiekt  tiinlwr or wood, of any deseri ptiodn  .lelongitiji; to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of tho said (/0ti'j_pimy, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upou ihe company's  land will ho piwi'unttNl to tho full  extent of tlm law.  J. Jt. LOCKAU!).    -  . (-io 110nil JUjtiiao-oi',  Colliery Co,,y  Nro,���������..i,K.  ��������� Uidiio.'; n.'1 loeoinotivea niiii rail  wuy ciiY;\ A ih:: I1 .nion 'Adliur.  t'ouip'tny by ;,ny uo.xy,o;\ or \.h-  Ciiii:'-- .���������:-.'.- ]A lain I'.M'i-r- 5.'. Mi;..."vlv  |H'oluhil������ii.L ICinpioyccfi r,ro ���������.���������itih-  i������.'i: tooihi/iu'iial for allov,inf.  r-nnj-  r.y nrder  J. R.   L.OCKARD,  General Maiiao..,.  LIC.UOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.    .  NOTICK in hereby given thai,  on the 1st dixy of JOeccfinbcT noxt,  application will be, made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Pol-,  ice for renewal uf lhe hotel liconeo  to Hell lupH)!' by roinil in the ho*,e.l  known ivi too Miilft8|>iii������ Het'.'l.  ��������� i'.uatfl iu Lnnd, in lhe Piovince'of  liriiiah Columbia.  Da led this 'did day of October,  lill-J  FHK1) THULIK  Ajiplieiint  LIQU Oil ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  *  NOTICE is heiehy Riven thai,  onthtiL.it day ol Deecmbev noxt,  i]iplicaiion will be nuid". to the  Superiiiioadonl of 'Provincial Pol-  ii'.'.1 for renewal of the hotel licorice  ���������o sidl liijuor by letai) in the hole!  known miithn Willow*? Hotel, Kilu-  ate nt tlaniphell Livor, iu thn Pro-  vimo oi Hriti.-h Colunihi.i.  I>ated thin Mill d;iy oi October,  lil 14.  CUAULK.S TUi'LIN  A pplionnt  NOTiCK  IN TIIK COUNTY COURT OF  ��������� NANAIMO UOLDKN AT'  NANAIMO.  IN THE MATTRU OV   Henry  Richardson ShultK, dooessed,  in-,  testate, late of.  Strand by, Rupert  District, IL C  AND    .  IN THK'M ATTHll of tho ..off:-  cial Administrators Ail,''  TAKF NOTICE ,that by order,of iliij Honor -Jud^e L.M'lwr.  Hindu 011 the ]Olh. day of June  I91-L I was appointed Administrator tit tho Kijtato oftbr  aliovo-iuonikineil doeoasi'd, and all  pat ties having ������laiut!i afraii^i tin-  said esajntn are horoby required l������  furnish siune, properly veriliedAto  ine on' or before 1 hu loth day of  July. IBU. AND all pur-  tie, indebted to said ������_t.ite, are required to pay the aiuuuutoC thyii-  iudebtodnejsto nie  forthwith.  Dated this 1 Otli day of Jum*-  l'JH., ' *  ,    , W, Weslvy Wii.i..vro,  OUieiul AdininL-traior.-  CuinberlaiKl, I?. C-  w*nm������-ta&ZK^t-mr.'*iu**M**ri.*w~*������,vi-i*^ ttr^s.% }*m iv  CANCELLATION" OF  RK-'  '   SERVE.  NOTICK IS HHEELYG1V-  EN th-At the yesevve of f������r������sUwr������it  and of the. coal under the sea'  froinins' on Nelson and Newcastle Districts, notice, of wliich  appeared iu the 1>, C, G'a;',eit.  011 the 6th day of Jauuary, 1910.  is cancelled.  11. A. Rk->w;ck,  Dcpii-ty Minister of Lands.  Lauds Department, Victoria,  B. 0:, 23rd June, 1914.  ������      ,_���������f~     ���������  LAND RKGISTRY   ACT.  IN THE MATTER of an Application for a. fresh . Certificats  of -Title   to   Section   5   Gonio*  Distl-ict. m���������r-m ������������������  rvlc'Wj? (_-.'.(.";���������..-i (.u ,vri;<i i'..,_ ?.-..'-,-4< ;;,-  Rs'W'-l^ \t )���������.--..-."..;���������., ;\ Jt/. ;-, A.-tA^r'-J,  Ui-Ji*w.r,-!;.-���������>*,-:.aj.-u'ri.,-;. 1;:;,.\V, ..yi-i/AA'  ja-ui. .*-M,i. t. i"i'-1.-������ <t  ��������� -..- jV.-,. ,i.   ", (, ���������.:.  iMi-r.'S '. *5   !..->.-..������   ���������-   ������������������ ,    ., ;*;.  -;Ti\..  rp������������i(^n.iUi-. i;'.i.>'-\\y,-- ;.*..- .  piB&& mvi$f.>$'  AluuAiuwiVj Ulfck?rat������< weViVir, L /������*-.' .'.-.  ������������lftVb-jrtvtr ������������ei*i.-:-. J, artBt,.   ������\ ,.-., so.  nil i,^nriwl.:ni. ��������� ,  B'A'TA ifP'l ^"1--^r,yA W"_. '���������   At.  ErnevSiOr.iw. -v S1 C*Ui\..._ _i_ ." t .i  +-*m*t���������**-^a���������>,"****i* w*  ��������� - - NOTICE. TO COMRACTORS'.  Ne. S Minf, SCHOOh.  CEALKI)   TENDERS,  supcrsc.ib-- f  O "Tcinlcr f-.r No.   8  Mil*  iijioot,"  wilhbe tcociveil by the  l,lara>ui.<'_il������  j,\,-  Minister of Public Works up  u< v---oo ,-_.;  rutsdny, "'.lie Hjtli d.<V of Way ;./���������..; hh  ihe ucctii..-.  <!������ 1 ,r jinHieujo  !���������;" u i������ .  room- siliooi-i.c   : <- I'n   i .<   y,   '-.-.  'ji'.\!h.:'_. i.j '.' .���������!..������.������.-I' V-',���������-.'.:'> - i���������,y  ���������  Pl.ios, sj;(>c.i!i<-.iui>n'-, .'oii.i.ii;1. ��������� mu  fnri*.i5 ol tender may bc scui on *\-,A .if.  t-r die isr day of . _M������y.  1914, at        the      a fi_ c e      a (  ���������Mr. j. third, Goveriunent Aijent, Cbui-  Ivaland, li. C.;, Xtr. A. J. SHlh&riii'n.,  .Sot-ns.TAjr iWljie ycbool 3y������.ir<J, .Cunibcr-  Itu-i&i  tt..  Q.i  .ar^tl   if,t7 W.<)><������������(,o_t_rt   firf  . liy tipplicatio* 10 vJ>a iMMfwiigfttfCl,  cciiir.-iclorii uiay .-Ui^'n a b<?}ij *( viie  j)i;ms anil sp������i(c������M.������us Sir lb������ iwn o������  tan dollHi* ($10), \V_i������* .������!������ be r^wnkd  i>n rotuuiifig- ������r_ i.yve i* x*������.(l <wiU'ft.  S&e-h ).vt*?������iV<!4 lat*M l*c acc������mjs-aii������rf -  by v. *ccRju.ts������l !?_������kc.b���������������j������������ or ������-Uf6-  cate-' of.ixyiyu' wn - ohftrt'.red bntfn pf  Can.iil':, uriiti p^yil).1* k> tbe"H������������o������r-  nble ibe Nliinstw of Public W������iKs, for x  .!!>,. cquul to./o rcr ceut of the tc������der,  wliich shull be forfeiioil if tb-? party tf-  deriny decline ic vn'.e.t iuto o������-n'rr.':t  wlifcii called upoiv to do so, or if he; li.9  10 coi'ipiet-e lb- ������oik (;:ji<-������t;,.-'.;:d fr?r,.  llu* clif.qvs'o: ro-t-.liciiies 7.'.'<r,-hv, ���������i  i.iiisucc������.'i.ilul.i(.-aiicrtrs '"ill bu icui-'.i}!.'  lu   tlici  .Ci_____.iLi  NOTICE is hereby given ui.  my intention at the expiration, oi  one Calendar month from the  first..publication hereof to issi-e a  fresh Certiiieate of Title in lieu  ofth������ Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas' Beecroft Ussher La-  con ou the 3rd day of September  1891, aud numbered ,12567 A,  which has been lost. .  1.) A TE1.) at the. I. a nd R egi s-  try Office, Xicioriw, .li. 0.,-' this  231'd day of June 19:4.  S. Yi VVoottox  Registrar Genernl of Titles.  ���������������a>-  iipon   the   exccuirou   of   ;!-,c  Tttrif'ors will uoi K������ c������nsiL!������re<! twikjA  mude out on tho   formi'supplied,*sinne'-Jl  witli die ticuiiil sijtn.uuic of ihe under-  t-r mid   ei.'c-lo;c-d in the envik.pcs fur a  ishi'd.  The iiivscsi or mhy ler.der nornecc-ita-r..  ily accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,"  Deputy Mini'itor .uitl I'ubLn .Wwhi ���������  Knj_iuccr; iJcp:irtti:ent of lJv*,blic Works,.,  V lot oii?,,-H. C, April .8,1914.  i������y6    ' ��������� '     r.:yif, -  VA'i<rfr*ni;'n<-������<wiMAr<!i������ivi'������'������/'nv<i^ii������������  '  ���������������'������������r������irm 1  ILOOK 0UJ!i  I  LIQUOR   ACT, 1910  (Section 35)  , NOTICI.; is hereby giveu that,  on the ninth day ol May next,  application will be made to Ike  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the ^nulling of a license  for the sale of liquor by retail iu  and uj>ou the premises to be cou  stiucted iu accordance with the  pliMi:" and s'pecilic.-ilions to be tiled with the Sup'.-rinieudeut 0!  I'rovineial Police, aud to be  known as the Tier Hotel, aud lo  be .situate at or m-nr the govern,,  suenl wharf at Royston. iS'vdi'Ui-i  District, British Columbia, upon  the lauds dcserilu.'d as Lots ?o  and at in UlnoU Ji of the Subdivision of part of section'; 4   anil  b A.  Dated this ist day   oi   April,!-'  &        i'or t.ie Milk \v:%.rn  *        with iheGu'Ci: Rnx  %     FRKmII MILK AND  I        FARM PKODUCH  g Our Mill- is the product  %      of (he lk'st b'ed C������\vs  I       'FRHSH   MILK  9Delivered moniin-:.^ evening^  \ I. IVJAFUIYA I  % ^<X> &W<M*>W'f>*<W'9 &W$  GIYB US YOUR NEXT'OR  DER   FOR JOB   PRINTING.  %  f  ttt  6  m mm^m .mww >_������wmKi> <w*i*<������i������i���������mn  ****  (���������JO TO���������  HUSH HITCHBLL  KOli   VOUR  Gsnl Blac&smifliliig  ���������A.ND--  Tluid ������t.       GHWtberUfAft  i1mm0*^***.^***t+*a**m+������m*������*m  i)i.\.  -.t Ay wnnt land Pi'i.t'ct  ]./l>,t,'ll-a,   'if   Snv'' -ci  IIakky li.ui-x:-.  $&&mW#fr*������&WMWdmii}*  Ap|)1 icant. | C,  1,..  -,._.t-jii������,^i Tm#v**irvm4  W-I(t*l ������Mkk-*l ������I4J J A!*Fi.J  'I'AK'R N'OTKW   linu .Iiiiti.   lV.rr nf  l.^p.'r V nliii.- IkIhi-iI, i; c, '������ivni'uiii)M, 1     violin  fitr-i'^s,  Talkiii}'' inn- i  i.irinni-, mt, iiilii to ny.ii/Uii- i������ nm.-i "mn' r.'hiuc lU'e-Ues mul Victor Record  ti   VV UUL       VV UUvAtj  ,-���������,,.���������������������������,.,    al ., ,���������,,., u.���������,i Vllll ,.,ull 1( ,01 ��������� ������������������������  1*1 *,-...������. - ���������-. I   ...        wood. -  i'i ib'- W.v* office.  Wl  lA  piii-l <.! llyiU'tntli lillu>, 111  Dm-nr  f ,,, ������;,,   1-1   ii,... ,.1. .;..  Vf.L.  rinii-,  uli'iu^li!   mini  ;'. (vnriij;o {>-��������� now  i'n^lv ������������u'������������-.: 1,,ud   ".ill   !������('iicf'for.h  "j? c-M.'lu'. j.-hI   by   ):Ai,i   n.i'KiU'.n. j wln'ol Vmi-' _ivi!  win-el   linb  briilfe,  Ml ii"h'fa -.���������'-! "iwr   'yrr. i.i--   m (!���������������������������>  ���������J/.tf i-f ii?:fo'*>tic;i, tn:** puyaliln to  \vA.,.rr .-*..iln-i.  *\.<y. nny.A i. A;J -.  .,'  I*.. *nr"f:".-  .     ������   ' .      Tl... 1   -a     ������.'.     " "'  -.,...   ), ..������.'.������������ 1, iM\     Mann j.      i������li'.t<,   .ni I   (/j  biie'.: ���������'.ii.'.cl, No uniiiijUH.d nn I ft!  front v.jiii'i. niiiU'!iia!;nii in h, \ '"���������:  T-i. "li :dl, .A"  h Al'ili.'.   "i ' ��������� .I'i--.    -"'  ,  l . V" ���������  <ti  llf llliM.' to p  i:ii'i-  i -1  l i.".i i:( l".!'i' ;  ll.flii'J 1 I-.i.,',- tl"'M: ������af   1 i'n-  s> i .N < t  vvicr  lur  ���������u.'-i1.. I 1J j\ 1 ."**i  1\-\!UKD  Al,  Gleaning  Repairing  shop  Mrs, J linking, I'ropriutor  ��������� WOOD  YdYti.   ,\iv: dc-AAc l.i'u  mHj  SI..Ml     j'.* j in   11 aiiiith-cAi'tnilj,' ills', eluiii,   fnii'ti'i'M 1  Gi \Ai\a-i   tn t!;o liit'-r.-i-.'ii'ion ������i   vi'<i'iii"i  fy , i.f Justin l'-ir !'.-^ uiptln.-i; thorn'" Ji'.in.;     The Singer A j; ent   \?   ������i round, ^.^  j>.iit������'Wf-.'.. ���������*  ��������� ..viiniMiii I'i"-t'-i������ niiiiil.* n������ v-'" 'f i.'vtvv nv.i'.'.tb.    l.eavi*  v-'itr   uv-j ���������;.,���������<, M������.- i)\v "\<i  ���������A       "   f   '   0\l",    _/      (;!'''     ;  ''  I-  lO-vntlnmsn'r  .v|     I  l.l'  1 '*     I    '(,11   til (������t;   i,   I  I-'ruin Thi*  :\u ul   tii'.'  vv "��������� _���������  J-liJl  .'for'  -. u.������<  !U;������V<V    wit..^ 'im-JI    \y  1  M;i.- 1 i Av. A  ui:*.n ".):"'���������  ..1    ..-!')     *',,  ,   i i'  i i\;U'.  1.   Citv IV)iiv, C'luib.rliuid.  1:.,  to prnninilv v'lieit tne  'lives iu lo uu.  ni'eiit ar-  *'&i,,VAvt,"^'''������/l'i''>������-������������.'v'''���������*. '. "?*7t-'{;  *l.','.'jr/*  mm. p,e  -i.il ..i.:lf._  y  .'1 iiVi'.'.'"i> 1-U.I...I',   ..i-i.mi'i .,.'������-  fiifyte''&(:x.f\'$Qi}Z&A^  gip- old srAvsiwrnif. )-nt  SALJ-: AT Till.'? otTic: ^/#i ������^^ii'i.������%^S^  fcaj^WW^aia^lU^J^^^fcC^.  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C;  Tf-ifftthMi������ffif*-%YHfr^  The Army of  Constipation  U Growing Smaller Every Dny.  CARTER'S LITTLE  UVER PILLS are  (wponnible���������they not  oily give relief���������  Oicy permanently  icme Constipa.  An*.   Mil  l_-������_i use  ivaafot  S-Eout.  *e������, Indigtstion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Sasall Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,  Genuine'must bear Signature  WESTEhN   NATURAL   RESOURCES]  gtj~-~imc-  A neal  Lover  Elmqlatlon  BOLD WATGH FREE.  i. ntnlnhttK-Mil ������ancroOT  uffrt   Irom   an   wUMlnhM  firm.    Wo ire rilTtn( ������wiy  Watchci   to   ihouinnii    ol f.  ,Xi*t\i\n all   over   tho  world    n>     *    linet  MlYUitlaement.     How  Is    your , ch������n<*   to  oliUIn una.    Wrlto  now. - oriclostng   aa  cnntai for ono ot   our  IfuhloRtiblo  I,tii!l������N'  lioiif      OimrdH,      or  Up.nlt'   AUicrts, - tout  CAi-rlnga Mild to wenr  villi tho watch, whlch  T-ill   U������   KiTen   Frofl  Ithfwo    wntcliDi     ivro JI  _u���������r_ntMMl live rMt.1,  eloulil   >oo  uke ml-  vaiiUiku o! our mjn~ol.  We- eipoot, yon   to   toll   your   Irlcmli  (.'.knit   u������   nnd   b-ow   them    tlio    beautiful    *ttch.  tttm'l thlnli thin offer too irood to lm Um,  hat noml  I -7.B  contf  today ��������� and   celn   _   Vm   Watch.    Toa  -ill 1k> awa7od-,VlLJ.]AM������  A   1.1 JO tii,  Wlmlwala  Jirwtllor������(licBt,il������), to, Cormvallii UonJ, London, M.,  | Enchixl.  i iotn efler.  PATENTS  FuthcrstoiihauBli & Co., head office,  KitiR street ca&t,' Toronto,  Canada.  A Modern Invention  A. NTow Yorker was spending a nlf.li.  el. a "liotel" in. a Southern town, and,  when going *o his. room for the night,  he  told the  colored porter that    he  -   wanted to I)*-! called early in the inorn-  1 log.   The porter replied:  "Say, lio^s, . reckon yo' ain't fara-  llf'ir witli tliesv. heah modern inventions. When yo' wants to bo called  in do iiiawnin', all yo' haa to do is  isA to pro-r. do button at de head ot!  yo' bed. Don wo couios up and calls  yo'."    ������������������  PiiHSoiiRnr���������/cur trains used' to bo  lato. Today I arrivo twenty minute',  ti-n'oro departure time and iind my  train gono.  Station .Van'.er���������Ah! Slnoo ' our now  murtii.ger look charge, wo are trying to  mnko up for lost timo.���������journal Amus-  ant.  I  <?  By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ���������Their  Own Stories HereTold.  fMinonton, Alberta, Cnn. --"I tlilnlc  It in no nion.' thnn riglit for mo to thank  you fur wlmt your kind ml vice iuul l.ydin  l\. I1iiikhnm'HVee;_lul_]ij(_oniponriilhuve  clone for mo,  "Whim 1 wrote to you Homo timo npfo I  ���������vm>i n very nick woman HiiU'i-riiiK from  ffifii-ilii troubles, 1 Imd organic inllfim-  rn ilion and could not stand or walk nny  ���������liaUince. At lust I wat confined to my  b<-A, iind tlio doctor snid 1 would hnvo  tn ko through nn operation, hut tliiH I  M'tevd to ilo. A frii'iul advim-d Lydin K.  riiiklmm'H Vegetable Compound, nnd  fi r.v, nft.iT uniriff three bottles of it, I  fi'i.-l like a new womnn. 1 mont heartily  ri'i'iiiiiniciiil yoiiriiii'illclnc lo nil women  wlinwifler wllh ffiniili' troubled.   1 hnvo  a ' " T-.        T ,"      1    I . -T   ������  a. ii Ai.iM i.j'.,u ... ������ iii..iii.i.i j 1j,\l.  J-l'l'i, ���������!'-.���������! I'-'t.V \h-y nvo fine. 1 will  lu'Vi'f In* without the medicine. In tho  liiinHo,"���������Mrs. .'hank Kmsi.i-'y, 903 Col-  umliin Avenue, Kdmonton, Alberta.  The Oilier Ousi!.  llealr'ice, Nen, ���������"just hi ter rnymnr-  Hiik<* niy 1"^ 8'^,r ���������"'Kun to pnin mc and  Um pain got so novem nt times thnt I  tiitTercil terribly with It. 1 visited throo  doctors* and each onn wanted to opornto  on mo but I would not consent to nn operation. I heard of thn good Lydia 13.  I'irikhum'fl Vegetable Compound wua  ���������loin/' for others nnd I used several bottle;-) of it with the ri'pult. thnt 1 haven't  IrtM-n botbr-n-d with my tubi nincw then.  1 nm in good hi-nltJ-,! nnd I haw two little  pjrlu "      Mr-  \>   1' CSlll,!!. nc|tlri(������(',N(>l).  W.   N.   U.   1016  A Unique Department of the C.P.R.;  That Administers Vast Undertakings  ��������� (Hy C. W. Stokes)  What is .. "Department of Natural  Resources?" One of the department.  of the OauaaiaL. Pacilic Railway has  that name, and some peoplo have been  ruther pi zzled by lt. The CP.lt  department of natural resources is a  brunch of a railway enterprise that  is quite unique, on tho American continent, or, ior the matter of that, in  the world. Formed at tho beginning  o_ 1012, it consolidated the then existing land' department with other interests in minerals, timbers, etc., and  now administeres natural resources of  these kinds in Western Canada tliat  represent a value of over ;!50 million  dollars.  Hero arc somo of the activities of  tho department, lt controls the salc3  cl' u'l the agricultural lands which the  company ������os_e_ses in Western Canada���������about six million acres in all;  nnd It sells thcni ou the basis ot a  tweiuy year system of payment. To  genuine setters it makes a loan to  the valuo of two thousand dollars for  permanent farm Improvements, and  advances live stock to tlio value oC;$V  000, It inaugurates and still continues the now well-known "ready-  made farm" scheme, by which aro  made available for those who do not  care to undertake pioneer, work'farms  which have been improved hy the  erection ot a lumse, barn, well and the  breaking and seeding ot a certain  area, and which are also to be paid  for in twenty years.  Through its agricultural and animal  industry branch, it extends aid and  advice to settlers, and encourages the  increase in mixed farming, ln 11)13 it  distributed nearly 5,000 cattle and  nearly 1,000 hogs amongst settlers,  on easy- terms of credit. It has a  largo dcmuistration farm at .Strath.-  more, Albe'ta, whicli buys cream and  poultry from farmers and re-sells them  to the dining car and liotel departments of 'he railroad; it has established in the west twelve mixed farma  to serve as strategic centres in the  campaign i!or more mixed farming���������  five In Alberta, four in Saskatchewan,  three in Manitoba. It has placed  farmers with seed grain for sale in  touch with purchasers.' It has run.  in conjunction vUh the provincial gov-  ernments, "Better Farming'' demonstration trains.  Through its luvelopment branch, it  puts a roo'' over the newcomer's head  and gives him a: definite start in his  farming operations. In 1913 it built  237 houses, 220 barns, and other  buildings, drilled 133 wells, strung 274'  miles of fence, broke , 8,400 acres,  ploughed or backset 0,000, disced 36,.  500, harrowed 13,000, seeded 5,800, and  harvested 2,000���������all of which operations were spread over ail area 700  miles by 200 miles.  ~TH"r5!tgn~Tf;s���������townsite���������brauclii���������it-  creates new ' towns along its system  at the la'e of-about one a week all the  year round. , Through its industrial  branch, it attracts manufacturers,  wholesalers and retailers to these new  towns and also to established towns  and cities.  Through Us engineering branch it  controls the operation and maintenance of the greatest Individual irrigation project on tho American continent. Thi; Irrigation block lies east o������  the city of Calgary, and contains over  throe million acres, divided into throe  sections, of which the western section  is practically all developed and the  eastern section now beginning to be  settled. It also administers a smaller  irrlgntlon block containing some'125,-  000 acres near Lethbridge, in Southern  Alberta,  .  Through its forestry branch it is on-  gaged in stimulating the growth o������  trees on tho prairies, having started a  competition to that end with priM  money aggregating $2,500. The forestry branch nls- patrols tlio valuable  timber limits owned by tho company,  and takes measures to prevent forest  limn; it plants troas along, the railway  linos for wlndi'.enks, to replace the  old wooden snow fences, and taken  euro of thf boiiutlflcatlon of gni'donq  at railway stat.oi.H, Tho department  has iLa own niirHorles at. Wolnldy,  Sask., and its own mill at Hull River,  H.C., from which, and by purchase  from othov lumber mills and ranchers, nro .iMnlnou the ties, poles, pll-  lug and other lumber necessary in  railway p.ir.Rlvuotlon.  The conl mines branch controls four  mines, throe In Alberta, ono In Saskatchewan, of which ono of thoso in Al-  bertn (H.uikho.ni) is the only��������� milhr.i-  dtii inliu< bii'ng worked In tho Doin'n-  Ion of cniiniln. This brunch employs  at times ;n mnny iih 2,00ft mon, mul  bus a yon-iy onl put of about eight  thousand tons of coal,  The ngoncy nrgnnl/nllon nf tlm do-  piiriiiionl of natural resources ls vast,  nud inclii los Uh own ol'l'lcos and rnpro-  Hi'tilntlvos iu ;';inad!i, lho llnlli'il  Sintes, (irent Rrllnln, Holland Hoi  glum nnd the Scandinavian countries.  Altogether tb j iiepiirtinenl bus some  four tlioii.innd men on its pay roll,  ATraeTonic  is  one  that  assists Nature.'  Regular and natural action of'  the stomach, liver, kidneys and  bowels will keep you well and  fit, and thisactibnispromotedby  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  -- Tha LariMt Silt ol Any Medicine \a lh������ Worll  Sold everywhere.   In boxes, 2S cenU  E-iglano's Standards  At intervals of twenty years,    tho-  goverunieut oft'.cials compare the current w'eigVs a. d measures with tho  previous sUuterds, which are sealed  ENORMOUS GRAIN,YIELDS  What French Agriculturists Are Doing  to   Increase  the  Crops  French ,.i.g"ic,uitiirlsts are paying a  up in tho wall of the public staircase \ great aeal of attention at present to  in the houso of commons, just by tho ; possible ineinous of    cultivation   o_  CONCERNING CUTLERY  Suggestions Fcr Prolonging Its Neatness and Usefulness  To remove ������'joso Unite blades immerse the hand es in boiling water until heated tnrough aud then pull handle and bLdu a. r.rt.  To attach knife handles fill tho handles with equal parts of powdered  resin and silvo" sand. Heat the end  of tho knife, pie������s it firmly into the  handle and cool in water.  'I'o cleaL. rust) knives use powdered  batli brick made into a paste with  paraffin anl apply it with a flannel.  Finish off with dry bath brick and a  soft rag, which will leave a splendid  polish.  When surplus tilvcr knives are put  away the blade of each one should be  rubbed thoroughly and carefully with  olive oil. Wrap extra knives, each one  separately, iii purer and store them in  as dry a placo as possible. Every three  months knives not in use should- bo  taken out ;.nd loolced at to see if there  be any signn ol rust. Put fresh oil  on them before putting them away  again, Wlien the knives are required  for use wash the oil off and rub each  knife with knif? polish.  iscatue oi uurry, ilie urumitici. ma iu.ai  comparison, was made,in April, 18i)_,  in tho, presence of the speaker of the  house of commons, the first commissioner of works, the president of the  board of trade, and several other.important pe: sona_,es.  Tho standards are two, in number,  and consist of the pound'weight and  the yard measure. The standard pound  is of platinum, which, despito its  weight, ls no larger than a cubic inch,  and, small as'it is, the actual metal  of which it, is composed is worth .l$40.  The standard yard is a bar of bronze,  grain crops to increase the yield. Instances have alieady been wonted out  where twenty seeds of grain yielded  an increase olVover 700,000 within a  period of one year.- The principle is  simple, lt consists in preparing tho  seed bed in widely spaced lines on  mellow land. At tho ond. of two  months tho tufts spnuging from each  grain are dividtd and replanted. Fiu-  ally oartli is Loed up about tho new  plants iu such a manner as to provoke  growth from ali points brougnt into  intimate coutac with the soil. Each of  these numerouj shoots bears an ear  thirty-eight inches long, on which ^a I iu reality .t is a combination of "slip '  "' '"ping," train plan ting and pruning.  The methods wero practiced by tho  Chinese centuries ago, and the.prin  ciple was worked out experimentally  in England as early as 1776. An Algerian colonist has been planting  wheat and oats in the same fields for  five years .vithout an application of  manure, lie makes his furrows thlity-  six inches apart'and-plants the seeds  thorein at a distance of twenty inches  from each,other. He harrows con  Bluntly. During the llvo years he has  averaged l.St'O pounds of oats per acre  and 1.G00 of wheat, while a neighbor'3  yield undei oruinary practice has  boen a scant 801 pounds of oats and  5U0 of wheat.  On the Advice  of His Doctor  He   Used   Dr.  Chase's   Ointment   For  .Protruding Piles With Splendid  Fiesults  Too often.a i-octor can only think  of au operation when asked for a  treatment for piles. Some are sufficiently broad-minded to use the most  effective tr-atment available, which is  undoubtedly Dr. Chase's Ointment,' as  was proven in Uie case referred to iu  this lettor.  Mr!' Simon E. Jones, Railway street,  Inverness, N.S., writes: "I have found  Dr. chase'. Ointment the best treatment obtainable, for protruding piles.  For three years 1 suffered from piles,  and was advised by-a local physician  to try Dr. Chace's Ointment. 1 had  J_ned���������manL,u:e_Ly_!eiLi������,4___._____n____-nd  therefore 1-now which Is the bestTT  can highly recommend Dr. Chase's  Ointment, and you are at ..liberty to  use this statement."  The record of cures of every focm  of piles vh'ch stands behind Dr.  Chase's Ointment is the strongest  guarantee vou can have tliat it will  promptly relieve and cure this ailment,  even in the most aggravated form. COc  a box, all dealers.  yard has been marked off iu thirty-six  divisions of an inch.  Tho niob'v elaborate care ls taken of  these two important articles. Whon a  comparison is being made they are  handled with tcngs. The pound weight  Is weighed in the most delicate of  chemical balances, and the yard is  measured with a micrometer. When  they are done with the pound it is  wrapped in a special soft paper and  laid in a silvor-gilt case, which in turn  is placed iu a-bionno case, this being  put in a wooden box, which is then  screwed down and sealed, The yard  measure is pla.td on eight rollers in  a mahogany case, which is also carefully sealed Hotli cases are then put  into a leaden casket, which is sealed  by soldering. The packing is not yet  finished, however, for the lead caso is  then placed iu ������> strong oak bo;x, Whe-i  this is screwed down it is placed in  the hole in tha wall, which is something like a small tomb. The wail is  then built- up by a inason, and the  standards cau only bo got at by tearing the wall down again.���������Selected.  One Safe Bet  Don't place voo much, dependence  in human nature���������:not-because men in  general are untrustworthy, which I do  not mean to imply--but because they  are human. Premises are often born  of momentary enthusiasm and- made  with the best 'ntentiens of ultimate  fulfilment. But things happen, conditions change, ardor cools; the sentiment-of 1'berality is superseded by  one-a of selllsh interest and pledges  made in the best of faith are forgotten.  I'jverythisig human is frail and. mutable. The ��������� uaturo of a man may  change with each new environment,  but the coin of the"realm has a fixed  and dependable value. You may fail  to cash in on promises, but you can  always'collect on hundred cents on a  dollar bill. "   '  ��������� That's thr reason I say" to yon that  it's all right to have faith in men, but  put your implicit trust in cash; it's  the only sure bet in the moment of  .adversity.���������Maurice switzer. in Les-  lie's.  NO  ALUMluM  READ  THE  LABEL  BAKIN&POWOER  To Make Salt Beads  Tako ono cupful of line salt and  heat, Mix one-half cupi'ul of cornstarch and one-hulf cupful of water;  add coloring and perfume if desired  Mix well and t,tir, '.into vhe hot sait  and heat until like putty. When cool  enough to handle knead until smooth  and cut out with a thimble and roll  in the hand una. perfectly round and  smooth, Put. tn hat pins and lot  harden, Somo let the dough stand in  a damp c-oth twenty-four hours boforo molding, but beads can bo molded as soon ns c. Id provided thoy are  rolled long enough. Anything, even  fruit juices, can he used to color,  Minard's  therla.  Llnlicent    CureB    Dlph-  Blue Sky of the Mountains ���������  From inou.'.t'iiu tops the sky is not  so changeable, the stars twinkle less,  showing that th. atmosphere is quieter, and the face ot the blue more uniform and serono. It lies there calm  as at jj.atu.Vs d..wn, lighted as was  the old Mosaic Armament, and studded with the same jewel-like star3. It  seems abo\e and beyond all local and  temporary dlst-.ibancps. Winds _u< rk  it not, storms nrt Jar beiieath it, heat,  dust and mois.ure affect it but slightly. It pales and lightens undor the  sun, deepens under the moon and  darkens under tl.e stars, but in othor  respects it shift riot. An enormous  sweep of violet-blue, it rests, a typo  and a symbol cf unchanging serenity.  And oh, the mighty sllenco of tho  upper sky!    Wl-ti. a contrast it is to  Irsult to Injury'  Tlie head ot the house can'O downstairs in a great r.ige. "Whoie's my  tennis shirt���������the 3l.-.j ed one? Never  can find _. thing in tho house!" c"Do  you mean the old one you hud in_i  year?"-his wife interposed soothingly, "I told Dorothy she could have  it." "Old one?; I only wore it twice.  And what the dickens does my daughter want with my shirts?" "Well, you  see, dear, she wanted a blouse in a  hurry for t.iat garden party on Sat  urday. ' She wa. hunting round for  some material and found your shirt,  The wide vleeves, the turn-do">vn^collar and breast-pecket were all the latest thing in'bloupes. You haven't an  othor one for .Margaret, have you?"  To Tell Fertile Eggs  Tho simpliest, easiest and surest  way of testing hatching eggs for fertility, is *o set Miem in the incubator  or under a hen and allow them to  incubate for seven days, says a contributor to the Faim and Fireside. Then  remove* the hen orstake the tray out  of the incubator and allow the eggs to  cool for ten minutes. Then hold each  egg to the cheek. The warm eggs are  the fertile eggs and the cold eggs are  those that have no chicks in them.  Eggs thai ..are only slightly warm  have a.'iery veak germ. The longer  the eggs are incubated the easier it is  to v'w.k out eggs that will hatch^  Tho First Lady of France  The president of the French republic, Mons. Poinoare, has done, what no  other president of the third republic  has succeeded In accomplishing���������  namely, making his wife an entity in  official lift.  He has done lt quietly, without ostentation or announcements, but so  firmly that Mmo. Poincare already is  elevated ti a position similar to reign,  ing consorts wl.on matters arise involving European courts.  Mention of hiiv nnmo iu the fornwu  complimentary telegrams which were  tho final Uicidoi.t of the royal visit  to Paris cf K'.ng Alphonso, was Ilia  Ilrst indication of her acceptance by  European court.. ��������� Afterwards sho  was-officially received by the Uertnau  ambassador. She now Is, in fact,, the  first lady of Franco, charming cvery:  body by her bo-uty, exquisite grace  and tact, whicli aro rapidly niak-in^  her the idrl of Parisians.  No Asthma R.medy Like It.���������Dr. J.  D. Kellogt's Asthma Remedy is di-i-  tinctly different from other so-called  remedies, Wero this not so It woul.l  not, have continued its _;r. at worn- o_  relief until known,from ocean to ocean  for its wonderful value. Kellogg's, tha  foremost arid^best of all asthma remedies, stands upon a reputation lounded  in the hearts of thousands who have  known its benefit.  , A small crowa gathered outside tho  store windo.v where an automatic:  typewriter was on exhibition. Two  women stopped and peered in, .interestedly watching tho koys bob up and  down apparent1, themselves. Presently one of the womon turning to her  companion, r murked:  "Jenny, that':, the kind of a   typewriter your husband should have.in  his office ii.ste.id of that blonde-hair-'  ed thing."���������Bosti n Transcript.  How He Proved it  ��������� "Are you progressive or conservative?"  ��������� "Progressive, most certainly."  "Good! Then you'll vote in favor of  having senator- elected by the 'poo-  'pie?"  "I don't know about that."  "Why not?"  "Well, you see, all of our best senators have always been elected by the  state legislatures."  "You have, y:uir father's eyes," declared grandma looking earnestly at  the young girl.  "Yes'm."  "And yor have your mother's hair."  "No;  this is tis'ter's hair," faltered  the girl,'"and alio said I could-bor-,  row it."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget In  Cows. "  Husband (irritably)���������Tt isn't a year  since you eaid you believed our marriage was made in heaven, and yot yoa  order me arounc as i_ I wasn't anybody.  Wife  (caimly)���������O"dor   is heaven's^  first law.  A Truly Useful Animal  Senator Marti no of New Jersey tells  of a farm hand whom ho employed,  who is much given to philosophizing'  One morning when tho Senator was  wanOiviiig ovor the farm, he came  upon Ins man feeding the chickeuB.  Alexander stopped him with:  "Good morning, suh, I been think  ing this mnwiiii.' and 1 made up ?ny  the noisy and wind-swept earth and i mind, sur, as l'_ rooking at thoso heah  tho restloss ocean!    '���������'   *   *   Itealmn chickens, that   thoy's   the tinsofullest  Sunday School- Teacher���������What do  you undestana by suffering for  righteousnes&'s sake? *  Little Girl���������Please, miss, '.t means  having to ccme to Sunday school.  Mistress���������Haven't you any references?  Maid���������I have, but they're like my  photographs���������_one of them do md  justice. $  His i Imitations  "You'll never make any noise in the  world."  "I'll bet I wlll."  "Well, maybe, Perhaps you may attain to second class in tho anvil  chorus."  Fioled Them  Tho boy stood un tha burning deck,  And all '"0 henest skippers  Woro much   Bjrprised;    thoy   didn't  know '  Hoi woro asbestos slippers.  of violet-blue swooping outward and  upward, yot fam thom comes only  the Great S lencci���������the hush that toilet' llmithss space. No shock, no jar,  no clash; t'.iero are no hidden spots  of earth si silent as the depths whoro  the slur, 'io buried.���������John C. Van  Dyko.  animal they i_.   You can oat 'om 'fo  they'se bo'n, and aftah thoy's dead!"  "Did you hav_ n line auto trip?"  "I must r.ay lt was mostly lino,"  "Oh, dear!  dogs."  "Now, if we only had  mnclilne;"  Piactlcal  I��������� is raining cats and  a   sausage  Parson���������How    la lt I havon't soen  you at chunch  ntoly?  ���������Hodge���������I ain't boen.���������Printer's Plo,  New York'* Public Schools  Public .'iliiiHt'.on in New ,Y<irk city  began will the founding of the Frou  School rocii'ly ill IXiiTi. Thn urn-lot v  Htiirfi'l 111 a Hiniill way, depending for  a time upon public Hulmcrlptlon, Ily  linnet of 11m ii'glHliiliiro In 18-ia tho  board of oi'iicilloii wiih nstiibllHhriil  Thn l-'i'i'i'. Kc'.iikI HinU'ty I'uiilliuind u  conduct lis iii'Ih-oIh until IN.'i.i, when,  by mutual i-imti'iil, Ihey woro nil inlaw  ovor hy Ihi Im.i d���������Mow York Anii-rl-  can.  Old Mnn���������What nro you fishing for,  sonny?  Sonny���������Snigs,  Old Mm.���������What nro snigs?  Sonny 1 don't know; l ain't nover  caught nny yot.  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency.���������  When tho undigested food lies in tho  Htomuch k thrnvH off kiihoh causing  pains and oppression In tho stomachh  region. Tho bololilng or eructation of  theso gases Is oi'l'onslvo and tlio oui/  way to provoi.t (.hum Is to ro-Uoro l.liu  stomach to preper action, Purnioloo'-i  Vogotublo Pll h will do thin. Slmpln  dlroclloiiH go with onch packet and a  courso of thom tnkon systematically  is cortnln to ol'foct u euro.  In the Cannibal Isles  Tho Solrniou Islands are in tho  Pacific Ocean, a littlo south of the  equator, and t.ro mainly inhabited  by Malays and Papuan negroes. On  Boine of tlie smallor islunds tho natives arj cannibals. Tho captain of  the Soa Quiion knew this whon ho  nulled f-'nni Qiinonfiland, Australia,  for jiiika aftor a cargo of corpra, but  hn Inuigliod Iho natives' would bo  I'l'lnndly. Ho wis cruelly undocoivoil.  Tho morning after lho vohiioI'r arrival nt linkii six boats camo alongside  and tlio native-.' swarmed up on tho  dock. I  Thn prow brought, out tlio goods  for trailing purposes, and everything  wuh apparently on a friendly footing,  when iiiiihh-nly lho iuiUvoh attacked  tllO BIlllOVH wl'l   knlvoH.  All  tlin Hiillni'K woro Hf 11 od except  th roo.   Ono of those   Junipod    overboard and was drowned; tho two sur-  .,   _ .. , vlvors wore bivind hand and foot and  "I suppose, fiirmor, llm, llm crows | (;illTi0(1   ���������Hl,ora    Tlu.   ni,Umj   (ll(,n  oroatod the uuu a. havoc with your- corn , p,.0pnrod for a cannibal foast. while  ,V������ ,"'      .   -     i i Hovornlof IhoiM woni buck tn tho Hhlp  "fluwHh.no'   T put up or ncnroprowi ���������n,i found a barrel of liquor.  iIpobb.mI In tne kind or rig   ho women      ,n a b|l0..r, ,lmo Ul;.   onUro   nnrty  nro woavlr,   nowadays, and it unnrn.l ��������� i,ocnmo  Htupldly drunk,   and tlio Iwo  the daylights out   of   ������om.,���������������IloBton J H|i_iorH, nftcr fr'nlng thoniHolvoH from  Transcript,  Thn Hi'iiainr and tlio major won  walking up Un avenue. The sminitor  was nior.' than middle aged and non-  Hldoriibly morn than fat, and dearly as  iim inn Inr lnvml hlni ho n 1������������n loved his  joke.  Tho Honator turned with a pleased  oxprnHslon on bin benign countonunco  and aald; "M-ijor, did you boo that  pretty girl Riuiit at moV"  "Oh, tlir.r-'n ������������������nothing," replied his  frlond.   "The urnt timo I Haw you l  lllllglK-il   out,  Kind'."  "V -ii nay y'w lmvon't anything to bo  lliiuiknil '.r?" ������nld tho clergyman to  ono of lilt tirirlHliionors, "\. liy, look  ut ymir I'l'Vlihuf Ibiycai bo bun )i.n,l  ldht ��������� Is wlfo by Influenza.''  "W'tll" prlil ;ho parlHliloner, "llmt  don't do mo uny good; 1 nin't lltiyca."  Uiolr bondn, ju:ipod ln to a small boat  nnd put lo una.  After floating aimlessly    for    two  flnvR lliov wero picked up by a trailing vohboI, wliitli   carried   tiiuin   to  i oilier ittlaiiA.ii   fium iv)ilt:h llwy final  ly socurod pnH.iigo for Aufilralla.  "P.bo h: Amply m.-i-l on the nnbjeft I  of gf-niiH,   i\iui   hU'iIIVaoh   or   filters  everything 'n tin. limine." ,  "Uow ih.es Hhi. (.i-i along with hor  family?"  "Oh, even ho,- relations are strain  cd."  Llnolr. on Doing  T fihnll dc li-H.s whenever 1 shall boliovo what, I am doing linrtH tlio causo,  and I fihnll do moro whenever 1 boliovo doing moro hnlp������ lho causo. 1  shall try io correct or rom, whon  Khown tn lm crrorH, and 1 Rhall adopt  now vlnwi. no .imt ub thoy shall appear to bo true vtVwp.���������Abraham I.ln  coin.  "That BnloHinan prevarlratod,"  "Ah to bow?"  "Suld thin eolui wrtB faHt."  '���������  w  >  fi   rn'nr  KO  more rapidly whon it onco started to  Pat���������Yls, norr, wur-rlc is bciuxo, but  Ol got a Job last Sunday that brougnt  mo folvo dolliirn.  Mr, (Sooniiiiiii���������Vvimi'. You uiwl.v  tlio Snbbntli?" ,,  Pat (apologetically)���������Well, dor,  'twitB wan av us had t' bo broko.  Suburban lleHiilent���������It'B simply flno  lo wako tip In ilie morning and hear  (Itn lonvoi, H'h.sperln.r oiilsldp your  window.  fltv Mnn���������It> nil right to honr thei  leaves  whlppcr, but  1    never    could  Htiiinl hearing tho gmHB moan.  ' My husband look n corrPHpeinlnveo  roiirne in i-nKtneerlnK. "Oh, .. -..tn-  tlonary onBlneer."  THE BEST  FARM LUBRICANTS  Proved best by  years of use.  PRAIRIE  Harvester Oil  The most durable oil for farm machinery.  Unaffected by changes in temperature.  Will not gum or corrode. Reduces friction  to a minimum.   A splendid lubricant  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil  Meets all requirements for a cylinder oil  for gasoline and kerosene engines. Lubricates properly under all conditions; practically fr������e from carbon. Equally good uu  external bearings.  Recommended by the leading engineers  nnd  enp-ine builders.  Premier Gasoline  Renown Dynamo Oil  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Atlantic Red Oil  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Toronto Mnr������l-r#>������l Wlnnl|.#>_r V������nonuv*r  Ottawa Quebec CM������ary LMmonton  Halifax St-Jolw* Raitna Si-kutoon THE    NEW?,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  /?  . **������  CANADA  I  Ontario Veterinary College  Under   the   control   of the, Department    of    Agriculture    of    Ontario.  Established 1862.  Affiliated    with     tho   University   of  Toronto.  N.B.���������College will re-open on  Thursday, lhe 1st of October, 1U14, in  tho now College Building, 110 University Avenue.  TORONTO, CANADA.  Calendar on Application.  E. A. A. Grange, V.S., M.S.,'Principal  The lands.of ou. fair Dominion  Are stretched out far and wide,  From where tlio wide Atlantic rolls ���������  To the cairn Pacific side.  And the som of all the cities,   ,  And the sens ot all tho plains  Are doing their best  From East to West  To further the Country's gains. '  Thousands ;;ro coming across^ the soa  To prairie, ranch and town,  Making us lock away ahead  To a country of great renown.  They are people of every nation,  And have energy, never, to lag,  They have come to stay  And to pavo the way  For the power of the dear old Flag.  There is work for the masses of unemployed  That conie from, other lands,,  Thoro are none out of work in Canada  If thoy choose to use their hands.  This is the Land of the Future,  And overy tongue shall sing  Of "The Golden Sheaf, and tho Maple  Leaf,"  And Loyalty to the King!     .  ���������Nlua A. Flower, in 'Canada Monthly.'  Tennyson's Luck  The stoiy of how Lord Tennyson  won tho Newdigate prize at Oxford is  worth telling. Three examiners wero  selected tc pass judgment on.- tho,  competitors' efforts, and the last of  these to" whom Tennyson's poem  "Timbuctoo"' was submitted, being'of  an. indolent disposition and seeing  what he took to be the letter "g,"  signifying "Good," appended to sor  eral of the lines, affixed, without  troubling .io judge for himself tho  merits of the work, a,similar mark  of approval and thus secured for tho  future laureate the coveted prize.  That same evoring the three examiners met.    '��������� -  "Whatever," abruptly' demanded  he whose task it had boen first to  read tho poem," "made you think so  highly of young Tennyson's effort?".  "Why," cried the others., In unanimity of surprise "wo only followed  your lead. You wero forever marking the lines with 'g'."     "  "A 'g'" cried their colleague. "That  wasn't a 'g'-���������that was a note of 'interrogation to signify thati. for the  lifo of mo I couldn't make out what  tho follow meant." .,  ^V^  POISONOUS  MATCHES  C'A-     "  In less than two years it will  be unlawful to buy or use  poisonous white phos-     ���������>  phorous  matches  Everybody   should   begin  how to use  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS  "SESQH" MATCHES.  and thus ensure safety in  the home  He Er.vled Billy  "I wish," sighed Freddie plaintively, "I wish I was Billy Smith."  "Why, Ficddie?' said his astonished mother. 'Billy Smith has none of  the nice things you have. Ho doesn't  get any pocket money,   and   ho isn't  Into the pollco court of Mobile there  had been haled for the fourth timo  a negro boy,' charged with chicken  stealing. The magistrate determined  to appeal to the boy's father. "See  here," said his honor to the parent,  ''this boy of yours has been up in  coiirt so many times for stealing  chicken's that I am tired of seeing him  here  Everybody  foels better when Liver and  Bowels are normal. Keep  yours toned up with  -Abbey's  vescen^ScaJHP  25c and 60. at all Druggists and  Stores. Take Acbey Vita Tablets for  Sick Nerves. o  as big as you, and he's not as strong. .  His father never buys   him presents I   ' I doesn't blame yo, judge,    said  fl.rt   4-nM.n~    * or,-   -'cs   Hi.r.,1   nf   i.Qa ii1   linn  or-  'T know  all about that,  mamma,  said  Freddie,  "but���������"  "And think what" nice books you.  have. And you never have to go out  in the ,cold and wet- to carry papers���������"  | "I know," grumbled Freddie, annoyed by his mother's strange lack of understanding. "But Billy can wiggle  his ears!"  "This political, pie���������" said the disappointed office-seeker, sadly. ���������  "Well, what about it?"  "It isn't anything like tho kind our  fathers used to make;"   ,  the fathor, ' an' I's tired of seein' him  here." ���������<* s  "Then why A .n't you teach him how  to act? Show him the right way, and  he won't Le coming here."  "I has showed him de right way,  judge," said the old man, very earnestly. 'I has oert'n'y showed him de  riglit way, but somehow dat wuthless,  nigger keeps glttin' caught comin' way  wif de chickens "���������The Argonaut.  Gabe���������Why is it that Slick always  wins at poker and yet can't win a bet  on the ponies?.  '    '  Steve--He can't shuffle the "ponies.  FI.EE TO ALL SUFFERERS  ifyuniii.rourof sukis 'kun down' -aoTtiie-iiL-ks-  S_K|.KR from KIDNliY, BLADDER, NERVOUS DISEASES,  CMKONIC WEAKNESS.Ul.CERS.SKIN KKIM'TIONS.HILES,  Wlile for TREE CLOTH HOUND MEDICAL book on  tlwsc illssasrs anJ wonderful cures rffcctctl by  THEH������WFRENCH REMEDY. iyo1rto2N-;3  THE"ra_Pi<>w^:s^  . the remedj-[or VOUR OWN ailment. Absolutely FREE  _.'o'follow ni' circulars. No obligations. UR. LkClAC  MM) Co.llAVKKSIOCKI'n.llAMl'STKAD LONDON,liNO  WE WANT TO ritOVK THKKAPION  WILL CURE  VOU.  ^Kipfcw Grain  T,  WIRE us your Grain is  coming, and we'll sell the  carloads at the day's price.  No elevator charges���������hon-  est grading���������highest nel  returns. Liberal Advances. 2  Writo us (or (older as lo our  metliods'-c weekly market letter.  LEITCIl BROS.  FLOUR MILLS  240;. GRAIN EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIO  '-'I ivan.t a nice light hook to iea-1  on the train.' "  "How would, the 'Last Dxyt of  Pompeii' do?"  "Pompeii.' "Who was he? JIov did  lie die?";- ''-���������"'  "I think it was some kind of ai urup-  llon.'  Figurrs Lie Again  'Bena was much'excited ovor the  prospects of a camp meeting'' that  was about to take place in her neighborhood. For weeks she had been  preparing gay and    gaudy    feathers  Don'.t Forget About Your Corns  Cure  tliem  in  one  night,   by Putnam's Corn Extractor   lt is sure, safe  and painless, guaranteed  to cure or  your money ba_u.  One  Hundred Years and Still Strong  One hundred yoars! . That is tho  ago of Francois Furtlault, dean of the  Society of Men and Letters, who is  tho oldest of all living French authors. Francois Fertiault is a poet, a  romancer, a literary critic, and has  compiled a dictunnry of the patois of  the Midi or South of France. Yet the  pen of this centenarian is still active.  Born in June, i_M. Fcrtiault has been  a. witness .f much of the history of  modern Km nee. Jle camo into the  world when Napoleon was defeated  and exiled to Uie island of Elba and  Louis XV1I1. wat, put on the throne;  grow up under 2he 100 days when Napoleon escaped from the island of Elba and.marched in triumph to Paris  and Louis XV111. Aeft in dismay. Ilo  passed through the following reign,  of Louis XVIII. and Charles X. and almost perised in the attack of Fieschic  against Louis Pliillippe; assisted at the  coup d'etat of Louis Napoleon which  gave him accession lo the throne1  saw the sombro days of the seventies,  and the victory cf the republic represented successiV'^ly by Thiers, Alac-  Mahon; Grevy, Carnot, Perier, Fauro,  Loubet, Falliere:., and now Poincare  ACCURACY IN GOLF  Methods Adatptd by Oulmet in Acquiring His Stroke  "For my own j;art I have never tried  to achieve distinction as a long hitter.  To be successf-i in open competition  a golfer necessarily must be able to  hold his own fairly well in the matter  of distance. But 1 b������ve found it pos  slble to do thi3 to a reasonable degree  by trying to cu.livate a smooth strolo  and timing it woll.  Being a good height, almost six feet,  and having a moderately full swing,  my club gets a good sweep in .its  course toward the ball, so that tho  point I strive for is to have, the club  head moving at .ts maximum of speed  at tlio very moment, of impact'with the  ball. I kuo.v I coul-'.get grsater distance than I Jo ordinaruy, ior now and  then 1 do fy to hit as hard and as fai  as 1 can, with r.dditional yards resulting.  These efforts, however, are made  when thore 's m-tliing at stake aiid are  merely a ^it oi experimenting. To  mnko.such oxtn oil'crts the rule rathsr  thai! tho except.on .vould be tho old  story ot sacrificing accuracy for distance, The minut_ a golfer begins do  ing that in competition he is "lost,  or sucli Is my belief.--Francis Ouimet  in St. Nicholas.,  WAY OF A TRAIN  IN SPAIN  WHEN FOOD TAXES  .    YOUR STRENGTH  ������or"th6"arfay, i*.nin6w "her" "outfit  was complete, save a pair of much-  desired patent leather slippers. She  approached her mistress. ���������  "Miss Ford," ;;he said, "I sho' wants  to git a pair o'.slippers 'fo' de meet-  in' commences, an' I ain't got a single  cent lef."  "What size do you wear, 'Bena?"  askod her mistress.  "Mali right numbah Is fo," she replied, "but I has to weah sebens,  'cause fo's luirt nio dat bad I jes'  natcherly caint hardly walk."  Very   Mod.st, Too  The following appeared a few days'  ago in the agonj column of a Lou  don newspaper:  "Of Epoch-..'i aking Importance--  To Someone w'n is Rich.���������I have a  development, long djsired and sought  for, of enormous importance, vaiue,  saving, and benefit to the nation and  individually. lt ��������� will enable the  country to save prooanly $500,000,1)00  annually, whll.iL it will.yield some millions of pounds profit to us, 1 desire  someone woo is rich to provide about  $125,000 for working capital to enable  the results to be achieved, for a share  of the pro Its. Tlie advertiser is an  able, exper'cncei. business man, forty  years- of age. and unmarried, and  therefore, oan give his wholo time v,o  lhe matte-'. T.iis "is nof.a speculation, but ; c.cf.r business proposition, the result of years of work,"  as  Not Very Different  Quickness in repartee    has  been  Still Climbing  "Have you, over. 1.card Jimkihs relate about the 'me he got halfway up  Mont Bla.ic witl one of liis little liep  hews and i.o guide?" asked one nian of  another.  "How long ago did lie tell you about  It?" was th) evativo reply.  "Last March, when he'd just got  home," said tha first man.  ���������"Woll," said ihe other, "in eight  months since then ho has climbed the  rest of the w.i>. succored a fainting  credited to ..ad-n-ewski.   A gentleman guide, and survived a snowstorm on  Oil For TOothache.���������There is no  pain so acute ant- distressing as tooth  ache. Who you have so unwelcome a  visitor apply Ur. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  o d'rections and you will  according  find immediate relief.   ,It touches the gives three-sig-itus to let the passeug-  Even  the  Expr-.ses Creep  Along  Though They Were Weary  The train this morning is a correo  (express1, ���������ut everything is sc new  that yon feel no more hurried than the  train auj-ia.hu enjoy its ways. It  creeps into tin.' station quietly and  carefully, as if .n f_ar that somo hen  might nave 'ai i ine of those numerous  fine Spanish eggs on the track anu'it  might get brokni in���������a too reckless approach. 'S'Miiet'mes��������� but tliis doesn't  happen- frequently���������it slows up when  near to on -. cu'ire smallest of the mul  titudinous mat", nr and sneaky bf  without stopping as if- ashamed or  afraid.  Whan it does cc me to a standstill it  listlessly slides Lack r bit and then  slides forward a bit and, thea rights  itself once nio,.'r- and then straightens  up witli a ;'erk i.s if it were tired and  its muscle-i na obedient to will. Then  for a fow .mui^'its every one cautiously waits to see what further it intends  AbouL the lime it is thoroughly siop  ped some one pa.'.s ai the cord cttacli  ed to the turgu.' of the station bell im.  Yoa Need the Tonic Treatment of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills  When the focd you ; take fails to  nourish when it causes you pain an 1  often a fee'ing oi extreme nausea, Uu  cause is indigestion, Your stomach la  too feeblo to do its work and you w Ul  coutinue ic suffer until you strengthen  your digestive powers. Your djg^s-  tion has failed Leca'ise your stomacn  is not receiving the pure, red Hood of  health to give it i trcngth for its work.  The tonic tre-.-tnient of indigestion  by Dr. Williams Pink.Pills for Paio  People succeeds by building, up anl  enriching the blood supply, so ������hat the  feeble digestive .organs are strengthened, appetite is restored and tone  given thc_whoh system. Thousand))  have proved t'������l_ by personal exper'-  once, as is shown by the following ty- -  plcal 'nst--ii.ee. Mrs. James Boyle,  Dartmouth, N.S , sJays: -"For years I  was a Mifkrcr from indigestion., i  could not, uiKe food without loulinsc  terible dis.Vess alterwnrds, and in con*  sequenco 1 was badly run down. So.ne-  times aftar eating 1 would taKo spell-)  of dizziness with a.feeling ol numbness throughout my body, and at other  times my heart would palpitate so violently that I feared I would die. Naturally l was coctoring continually  but without getting better. Then niv  husband got nit a supply of Dr. Wil-,;  Hams', Pink Pills and beforo long I  found the> were helping., nijijr/. and , I .  continued ti take thom until'I'was restored to h^alt...,, I wag-hover in bet-'  ter health than I am -now, and I o.vo  it all to Dr, Willtynf-' Pink Pills."   .,  .These Pil's aie sold by all medicine  dealers or you, can get them by mail  at 50 centsjia-jifox or six boxes' for. $2.50-  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  nerve with soothing effect and the  pain departs at once. That it will ei>s<*  toothache is ai-cther fine quality of  this Oil, alnwing. the many uses it  has.  Outvoted  A woll known' surgoon wns Imparting somo clinical Instruction to half  a dozen stiidonts who accompanied  lilm in his rotii.ils,  Pausing nt tho bodaido of a doubtful case, ho snid;  "Now, gontlonion, do you-think this  ls or Ih not n enso for operation?"  Ono by ono tlio stiidonts mndo tholr  diagnosis, nml all or tliem ctinio to tho  conclusion tlmt It wna not,  "Woll, g< iitloinen, you nro nil  wrong," said tuo wloldor of tlio aenp-  ol, "and I Hhall oporato tomorrow."  "No, you won't!" oxclalmcd tho patient uh ho .oho in IiIh bod. "Six to  ono Ih ii good ninjorlty. Glninio my  dothoa."���������London Tlt-JJlts.  Soemed All Right  "Miuuinu why r.on't you want nio to  piny wllh tlint Kutlgor boy?"  "IlociuiBo, dour, I know tlio family.  Ho hasn't good i lood in lilm."  "Why, niiuunm, lio'u boon vncclnntod  twico, and 11 wouldn't tnko olthor  timo."  once Introd'iced the pianist to tho  champion polo player of England, antf  added: "Ycu are both leaders of your  boparato proles,.ions, though they aro,  of course, vory different."  "Not so vory different," quickly responded tho great pianist. "My now  frlond is a dear soul who pluys polo,  who'vus I am a dear Polo who "plays  solo" "  portmanteau Names  Tlio roports in tl'.o American press  of tlio mevemti-t-) of troops on tho  Mexican boi'dOi* aro bringing to Hflit  somo curio it ".crtnmntoau words" as  names of towno Fo* oxumplo, tlioro Is  Texnrkann, a town In Arknnsus noar  the Texas lino. Toxlco ls a town in  Now Moxlcc noar Texas, and Tox-  homii, a town In Toxas near Oklahoma,  Othor strango looking blonds of otat���������  nnmoB ln tho wost aro cnloxico, Cal  ada, Uvada, Kunroado and Wyuta.���������  Wostminstor Gn-otto,  Miller's Worm Powdors net bo thoroughly that stomachic and Intestinal  worms nro literally ground up nnd  pass from tho child without boing  noticed nnd without inconvonlonco to  the Biifl'orer. Tlioy nro painless und  porfoct ln action, and at all times wi'i  bo found a healthy modlclno, strengthening tho lufimtilo stomach and maintaining it in vigorous operation, ao  that, luiHldOB boing an offoctlvo vorml-  fugo, tlioy aro tonical and hoalth-glv-  Ing iu thoir effects.  8tyl. In p-lnon  Women inm.ilOB of tho workhouso  nnd othor oo������rootlorinl placow in Now  York will no   .cngor   liavo   to wimr  drosses mado cf bodticldng. Conmils  r.ln.ir.f    tlT'ttUrimlm,.     Tt      T>    , I i          ........... ...t       .,.     ,....i,.;      Mt>������,._     4iUb .  prnnilfin to pnv'.do ftownfi from T'n-ta I  but tlioro'B; going to bo moro Htylo,  nnd, with mor. ntylo, nho oxpoctn to  mnko ihe. womon prisoners take mor_  Iniorr-Ht In tliomnlvofl nnd In lifo gon  nrully.  Waiting 700 Years For a Monument  Noxt yonr, boing tho aovon liuxi-  droth (iniilvars.iry of tlio aonllng of tho  Magna chartu nt Kimnymcdo by King  John, It is ppoposod to rnlso a fund for  tho orcctlo.1 of a memorial to Uarou  Itobort, Kltzwaltcr of Littlo Dunm iw,  Ehhox, tho loadoi of "tho nrmy of God"  which forced tin. king to concodo thu  cliurtor,���������Lon d j,i Cli ron cl lo,  of  !  f Try Murine Eye  Remedy  f you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyee  Ior Granulated Eyelids. Don't Smart���������  floothee Eve Pain. DruQglete Sell Mo  rlne Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25e��������� 60c Mu.  rfn. Eye 8*lv* In Anptle Tube* 25c,  60c   Eye Book Free by Malt.  A* Iti *ti*U tlui tf At t,., U,l Hut C������-|  MURINE EYE REMEDY CO., ChlctQO.  Slums ard Cleanliness  An to tho poor-���������many, not all  l!.m     l^,.,lf,r������   "iml.,. ������   ,,       ,..,,-,     i,  ...v...       ,<..,z,        .-t..,j,        i. %,    ������...._>   UulMJ't  tho fact, but wo liiHlnt. on thn ronnon.  Aa to tholr "protorrlng to bo llltliy,"  I havo Bald ou.ui.li in othor chnptorn  of tho heroic efforts porno of thcni  mnko to bo clotu, I wonder, oa I ae.o  thom carrying wntor bo far, nnd up  nnd rlnwn Rtnlrr, hnm titoy Viv������ ���������?.'?  honrt to <lc It. 1 wonder Jiow mauy of  ua would try nn l.nrd to bo clean. Ono  mnrvola at tlio porslBtonco of tho conception of purity, In our Bluma, nnd  marvels, toa, thut tho sovon plnguoa  Imvo not swept tho poor, nnd ub along  with thom, off tho enrth.���������Albion Pol  to'iim I'.acon In llu. fturvc-y,  the summit, resuscitated two benumb  ed strangers on the way down and  guided the entire party to the foot,  wehor a gi-oup A frantic relatives was  waiting."���������Sacred Heart ltevlew.  The Virtues of the Poor  It Is so easy t_ account for the faults  of the pooi. It ir their virtues that are  unaccountable. We find many cases  of heroism, in their 'struggle againsl  desperate odds. The generosity of  the poor is proverbialL and seems to be  in"inverse firopOT.tloT"~to'T.heir_p"ossesT  sions. It is a .emmon tiling tc find a  family giving up one of their rooms to_  another family';., We knew of a family"  in two rooms giving one to a woman  who was. dying with tuberculosis. It  is xnot unusual for ono or more twaifd  to be taken into a family, even though  the meagre supply of food and clothing is already  nsufficient.  As I write those things there conies  over mo .-.'gain that feeling that always overwhelm. ra-> when I look out  upon an audience, cf well-dressed,  well-fed, w.ll-h-used people, and note  tho sheen of silk and the glisten of  jewels. How cun we put the story of  Poverty's ChiUien Into the vocabulary of these Children of the Sunshine?���������-Al": ion B'cllowB Bacon in Thg  Survey.  ers���������and ar.j a.iie else who may be  interested���������knew that the train las  officially arrived, and station employee calls ou1., "San Pablo, ocho mi-  nutos!" meaning that there will be  eight minutes of waiting.���������Grant  Showenuan in Atlantic."   -  London, t. is said', consumes 22G c.ib-  ic - meters of gas per person, white  in the metropolis there are 1,574,000  gas stoves. Paris comes second in  the list of gai consumers. Amsterdam  HiirTlT-'riie~gas' i-onsunreTTUyTlio entire  world lait =/ea. is.estimated at 21,-  500,000,000 cubit meters, while to man-  ufv:iuro .his enormous quantity 60,-  000,000,000 tons of coal wore necessary, This amount corresponds to the  annual output of coal in France.  [, .'���������;(. 'Cl'mbir.g and Flying  Tlie' Alpinist  lias  to, lift  his  own  weight at every   stop   and   also put'  form a good dtd.3 of exeruon to neep  himself  from  Jailing.. At any  heigl't  above 20,000 feet the strongest man  draws  his  breath    heavily    and  advances slowly as he uses his feet and  hands to climb.    How is it with the ,  aviator, 'wl j  sits  behind  tho   whoel  composed inft _i-.lcula'ung?   How high  can he rise uc'oro nature rebels?  While the avlutor does riot have to  lift his wi'ight the muscles bf his  arms aro alwayt, in play and the  strain upon hi* nervous system, .'s  constant. He therefore puts fortu  strength,, while his safety depends upon the alcrtae*: of his faculties���������In  miist always lu.e control of the areo-  plane or he will be destroyed. Therefore; it .jay u_ assumed, that he oan  not. fly .as high as men havo risen in  balioons, ii. which tho pilot and bin  companions can remain 'motionless,  with every muscb   relaxed- as thev  "   il  Queen Maryi  Maids of Honor  Tho qualifications nowadays that  must bo possessed by a maid of honor  to tho queon nro by no moans ns  Humorous as thoy wero in tho rolgn  of Queen Victoria, or ovon in that of  King l.dwurd and Queon Alexandra,  In Quoon Victoria's reign thoro  woro twolvo "maids" ut court, and it  was roquired of oach that sho Bhould  bo a prollclbnt horsewoman, a good  pianist and linguist, and a diligent  noodlowonmn, for tho quoon expected  all hor mnlds of honor to assist hor in  making cloMios for tho poor.  Quoon Mary rcquiros nono of thoso  qualifications in hor maids of honor,  though ouo of il.om hnppoiiB to bo a  good horaowomnn, and two others  vory clovor plarlats.  I Ior mujoBty collects a great quantity ot old clotliCB ovory yonr for tho  poor, but tlio extent to which tho  "maldB" or any othor mombor of tho  lioiiBolioM assist tho quoon in thla direction Ih a mailer thnt, is loft ontlroly  lo tlioniHOlvos to docldb.  NowndayB thoro aro only four  maids of honor,,  New Radium Institute  A nullum Inetltuto modollod nftor  tho ono In London, is to bo started in  Now York, It will bo located uh Ohs-  inlng, whoro nil oxporlnumts will bo  nnulo with radium us n bimlc euro for  enncor and nrtorloBclorosla, Tho experiments wlll lio mado by Dr. Amos  O. Sqnlro and Dr. Norman Jlnrnoaby  at Dr, Squlro's Sanitarium, OhhIiiIiik.  To atart tho research $.'10,000 lian boon  Bot nsldo for tho purcliaao of radium  and for preliminary operations. Dr.  Sqnlro line Invited thu uuporlutond-  outs of Ilio poor of WoHtchoHtor, Putnam iind DiicluiKu counties to permit  nil cancer pntl.ir.ts ln tholr chargo to  fnlrr.     (I.f.     -������  H..���������.      (..,.!. 1 .    >,.  ....._       ...^      ......^...      .. v..������H,\.. I> H*M,UMl  chargo. V. l'lvrlt. Mary ban rpiiliort  that cancor victims in tho WoHtchoatnr  AlmalioiiBo may accept tlio troatmont  11 they dcslro.  Thla is to csrtlfy thnt I liavo uso!  MINARD'S Liniment ln my family for  years, and conddor it tho host lint-  mont on tho mp.rkot. I havo found it  excellent for horso flesh.  (Signed)  W. S. PINBO.  "Woodlands," Middletou, N.S.  Why She Didn't Apply  Marks���������So you biiw tlio woman who  dropped tho pui'Bo, but lost lior in the  crowd. Did you advortlao for lior? ���������  Parka���������Yob; T put this in. "If tlio  vory homo y woman of forty, wearing  a droBs of 'imt yoar's stylo and a most  unbecoming luu, who lost lior purso'  containing $3 fii-, on UoylHton atrnol  Snturday, will npply to���������, lior proporty  will bo returned.' l'vo had no auawor  though.  Marks���������GraclotiBt Do you think a  woman woi 'tl own up to that description for !jS3.r>0?���������lioaton Transcript.  The campaign against tigers ln several places in India has resulted in  tho enormous Increase of wild pigs,  which are doing great damage to  crops. Tho native farmers are forced  to watch tholr fields carefully at an  Increased expense. This damage and  increased expense is being taken into  consideration iu fixing tho. now land  tax.  Reflnlnn Kfluence '  Frost���������Do yoi   think .the auto hau  nn ennoblbs influence?  Snow���������Woll,    speaking personally,  wo have boon   fined   and   rollnod.���������  Judgo.  MliTTlpATOrTirio^lngTirT.ire_sanre"tin^  perfectly secure so s long"' as they, retain conscious less.' James Glaisher,  an Englishman, in a balloon asjont'  from the Greenwich observatory on  September r>, 1SG2, to make observations in th1- higher srata of the atmosphere, reacl'od an altitude considerably above 20,000. Ho intimated  from the fact that, the balloon. rising  1,000 feet a mii.ute when ho became  Insensible at 29,000 feet and .was falling 2,000 fsot n minute when he T-e-  came himself ihlrteen mlnutos later  that he reached an altitude of :i7,f00  feet. Sclor.tIflc men have disputed hto  conclusion, however. They allow hlni  an nltltudo gruUcr than 20,000 feet,  but the material fact Is that Glalshor  collapsed at that height, although intensely interested ln his record-break-  Jng performance:���������Now York Sun.  Eagerly Communicative  "A man ought not to have any ooc-  rotB from his wifo."  "Socrots!" oxclalmcd Mr. Mookton.  "I spend hours trying to niako nn im-  prosnlon on Henrietta by'thinking up  something to toll her that Bho doesn't  know."���������Washington Star.  No Chance  "Why did you quarrel?"  "Sho wanto 1 nio to hold hor hand  at a crowded recoptlon."  "Why didn't you?"  "I wns nlro.idy holding a plato of  salad in ono fist nnd a cup of coffee  in tho othor, with no oarthly chanco to  aot anything down."���������Kansas City  journal.  Day In the Country  "Was your outing a biiccohs?"  "I Buppoa-i bo," ropMod Mr. {.rowdier. "It was about tho usual program  as I havo observed It. Tho morry par  ty had timo to (at lunch and thon lino  up to bo photogrnphod boforo it was  timo to catch tho train homo."  Derollcf~I sippoao you won't boliovo mo, Nollli������ whon 1 toll you tlint I  wns horn with a silver spoon in my  mouth.  Nolllo (onllgMnnod)���������Cook an' m<j  was wondcing what mado tt so largo.  W.   N.   U.   1Of0  T-nmpoiih l.ndy���������Mn.it I put tlilu  ���������slump on myself?"  !������o������t Office Clf-rk���������Woll, you cnn If  If you lil:t, Init it's usual to put it  ou the letter."  "I hog pardon," nald tlio   reporter,  "bnf nro yon   Mv   Onn/Mn   m.������ ������>������������������������������-  king?"    ' * "  "Yos. hut I don't like that term,"  ropliod the mngnnt.,    testily.   "Oil  kings nnd emtio kings nnd tlio III--  fire so common.   Call mo   a potato-  nnto."���������Anowors,  An .deal Match  nolnwoln-Siilzor���������Mnrrlod nt dor-  man .'liui. ulWial pai'MiihtK!'. Mifttt Km-  tollc .S11I20*, of this city, dtiughtor nf  Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto milter, to Mr. Con  nft Rt-lnwrit., cf lieiivor, Colo. At  homo att-ji July _Gth at HnuMer, Colo.,  A ilrm of nol lon doalorB on tho  Bnst Hldo hai gono out of business  via lho imnkniptcy court, and the  attornoy for tlio principal creditors  wiib golnir through tho accounts of  tho concorn.  In tho back of tho aafo ho camo  on a pnrtnorahip ngroomont, drawn  up by tlio two bankrupts whon tlioy  engaged In commorco and Jointly  signed by thom, Tlio second clause  road as folowir.  "In tho ovon,. of falluro tho profits  aro to bo divided oqtinlly."  Separated  Mrs. WabaBh���������So thoy havo drlflod  apart?  Mru. newborn���������Woll, I don't kn*w  ns you could call It drifting, oxactly.  Hut horoaftor thoy'yo decided to pad-  dlo tholr own canoea,���������Yonkors Statesman.  MltflU Have Helped  "Wo nro travelling all day la tho  liiifth ol ihu valu."  'Tlty you didn't havo a dontlBt.  "What for?"  "To draw tho tooth,  Sho was standing on a chair on tho  j.i-������ ���������*.*iv.in-u_. uu Tnung. lu u cnnlr  behind woro iwo Froncbmon. Bho  turned around and pnld:  "I hope I don't obHtruct your view?"  "MndomolsBbllo," quickly replied  ono, "I much prefer tho obstruction  to tho view."  A Varying Impression  "You don't Bourn to hold mo in* tho  samo regard thut you did when you  tnarrlod mo," nald   tho   sentimental  woman.  "You must remember," replied her  tactloBs apouso, "that you don't look  tho same au you did then. Fashions  chango bo lomarltably that I don't boo  how any man and woman can fool  really woU acquainted,"���������Variety.  A tolophono lineman foil naleop on  top of a polo in Oregon recently.  Pnaflorsby aoo'ng the motionless fig-  uro of a man lying acrosa tho cross-  arm with anna nnd logs dangling In  tho air, thought ho had been electrocuted, ' whon aaalfltiuico arrived it.  was found that tho man had moroly  boon lulled to sloop by the warm sun.  Ills bolt had prevented hia falllug.  DISAPPEARED  Tea  A Hard Tusile  OM Ofn'lfmnn��������� WftlJ, my lit tin lfi<f,  nrft yon KolnK fishing or are you going  to arlinol?  i.lltlr- Lad���������1 dunnn y<������t, I'm JiY  n-wrastSln' wlrli rno consclcnco.���������PJilln.  dvlpbla Li'dgi-r.  and Coffee Alls Vanish Before  Postum  It soomo .Uniott too good to bo trim,  tho wuy bondage, norvouanouH, Insomnia, and ntmy othor obscure troubled  banish whon tea and coffoo nro (Hh-  mlsHOd and Postum used as, tho rugu-  lar table bovor������j,o,  Tho rouBon 1,1 oloar. Toa and coffeo  contain a pohonoiiH drug���������wiffcliiu--  which caunoti tho troublo, but Postum  contatnii only lho food olementR In  cholco hard wheat with a littlo mol-  a_nC'B,  An enntorn mi.n grow enthusiastic  and wrote nB fodows:  "Until 18 mouth, ngo I imed coffon  rogulnrly ovory day and suffered from  headacho, hltt.i. tasto in my mouth,  and ludigOBil.'i; wus gloomy and Irritable, had varlrllo or abiiont uppotltn,  loan of fle.li, de'pi'OBaod In ttplrltu, etc.  "I nttrlbuto tlioso things to coffoo,  . 1       -     *, ,,  vkkuu-U  fc._~U -   ������4U1C  ii Uiitl  illllt!  llf.UIll  Poitum T *ot,\ l.oMor thtrn T luul for  20 years, nm Inas nuscoptlbln to cold,  havo gained _0 lbs., und tho symptoms have dl.fapre.irc:]���������vanished bn-  foro PoBtum." (Tea Is Just an harmful as coffoo, bflcaiiBO they hoth con-  ��������� n!������   Mi ri   ttp.tr.    r tiff rl.-^.i  Namo given liy Cnnadlan Postum  Co., Windsor, Ont Itoad "Tlio Hoad to  Wollvlllo," in pkgs.  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Recently a favorable,   report   was  made ln tho svnato on a bill presented by Senator Knute Nelson, providing that no wlu.ling station should be  established in   Alaska   at a less distance than 75 miles from another. Tho  measure  was introduced    at the instance of Mr. Dwinuoll, who In au argument boforo Uio senate committee  on    fisheries,    showed    that    large  amounts aro invested in whaling vessels and stations tm the Pacific coast.  "Up to a few years ago practically  all whaling was carried on in Atlantic waters, but !n recent years there  . lias been a gradual development of  the industry in tho virgin waters of  the Pacific," said Mr. Dwinnell.   "Sta-  tions have. beer, established , on    the  coast of Chile, on the west coast of  Mexico, In Rritlsh Columbia   and   in  Alaska.    The only American stations  arc located at Grays Harbor. Wash.,  Port -Armstrong ,in  Southeastern Alaska, and on Akutan island--one of  the most westerly   of . the   Aleutian  grorip.    Owing, tc the llong sketches  of shore line in Alaska and   on   the  ���������   Pacific coast' of   the. United States,  the industry, propcr-y protected and  encouraged; sluuld and doubtless will  become of much importance.  "It has ben demonstrated ��������� that  when fishing is carried on extensivei'*,  nnd the vast majority of whaler,  caught, th- v se-im to abandon that particular loc.alitv in subsequent years.  This is due either to the knowledge  they may have of the dangers of the  locality or to the fact that so largo  a proportion of the whales accustomed to frequent the particular harbor  or locality in question have been des  troyod. .In any .ivent, it is known that  *.yhat may be termed 'over-whaling'  will cause the whales to almost entirely disappear from "a given locality'.'  "If, thon   w.mling is to be, carried  on successfully in our Alaskan waters   and tlie whole i;   to bo so conserved-  ' that"it_wilT continue to frequent these  waters, then fiere must be limitation  phict-d upon tht- number which may be  caught in any siven locality. The only  ..limitation *hat may practically bo put  upon the catch is one that will prevent the location of more than one  station at any given place.  "On account '.:��������� Uie invention of the  harpoon gun, whaling now is carried,  on liko any other large industrial and  commercial ent-rpriso. Large amounts  of monoy' rre iavested in the business, a certain' Canndinn compan,-  having nn investment of something  ���������over $n.0a().0������0, whilo one of the American companies operating . in Wostern Alaska line an Investment of  f500,000,' mil , ihe other companies  operating -n Southeastern Alaska nmint Grays Harbor have each invest-  - mentes of $1100,000. The necessity of  . lnrgo eqiiipmoni, involving tlio Investment of largo .npitnl, was all brought  about through the harpoon gun.  "An average .,-hale Is of the weight  of fifty, hand of fat cattle and pro-  . duces from thirty to fifty barrols of  oil, bosklo a considerable amount of  fertilizer and wl.alcbone. The i,lzo i.nd  slrringth o. tlia whale requires the  heaviest machinery, made of tho hist  mntorlnl, wlillo tlio modorn methods  of captnro Incronso tho number taken  lo such au extant that shoro stations,  whoro aro har.dlod tho carcasses of  ��������� whales, must bo established at largo  expense,  "It is not uncommon to soo invested In a Rlnglo shoro station $|fi0,-  ���������*000, and tho mothod of construction Ir  ��������� such that It Is rll'ficult and woll-nlgli  Impossible to r.jinovo tho sumo from  one locution ct another. Also the  transportation Jt supplies, of which  fuel is nn Innorlniit item, from tlio  liaso of oporntl'-n to the whaling station and tlio transportation of the oil  und other product i from tho stntion to  Ron tlio Involves in equipment of tu���������l.  mourners o* bin rob, likewise requiring  ii lnrgo Investment ol' capital, It muse  therefore bo apparent thnt If tlio Hn  ited States i trv prollt from this murine Industry and ir tlio Industry Is not  to ho moiiopol'zit'l hy our CuiukIIiiii  nml M ex tan n ii'lghb.irs, It wlll hnvo  to conserve the whale and furnish t to  niniio protection to capital engage-'  therein at hi (.0110 by tho,two countries Just rofnrr.il lo.  "ln Mexico ,< whaling Is permitted  except when concession Is granted,  mid It In reportod���������lluutgh on iieeouii'  of tho iitnto of disorder there exist  ent tlio report uun not been vurllled���������  Hint the ..gh'. to whale Iiiih boon  granted to a company In 11 fow liar-  born remotely ocnlud from ench other. In cnn .ilu ar nol has been pnssod  prohibiting <h-. locution of stations!  nearer together than 200 mllos, The  dH-:::,;. ./ ,-,_w...lji ;',,��������� nUj,.h WjlH (|y.  termlned 11pm. In tho proposed m"ii  sure in order tlii.t (Iioro ndvocntlng it  might not npponr to be Rooking a  monopoly. A renter distance would,  of cniinu*. In n larger ilegroo torn! to  conserve w'.nilos nnd at tlin riiiiio time  wnuM   ro-uli-r-     n:n     J.-;,].;...;,-      ,���������^  atnblo."  " LIGHTING, THC   BIG   CANAL  There Will Be,No Difficulty in Locat-  Ing   the   Panama  Channel  The lighting of tho Panama canal  will be an interesting feature of the  great enterprise. Tho canal will be  lighted .throughout by automatic unattended- lightB, .cell having a distinct  characteristic. At the entrances,ana  through aJatun lako a double row of  about sixty automatic acetylene lighted buoys will mark "the channel. The  channel wll> be defined further by  powerful .rapid flashing range lights,  ono set at either end of each successive tangent, thus permitting vessels  going In -ither direction" to take thoir  range off the bow.  Tho centro lines of each range are  set far enough apart to enablo the  largest vessels to pass each other in  comfort, 'ihrough Culebra cut, or  wherever tho proximity of tho banks  permits, beacon will bo used-instead  -ol buoys. Tho sides ot tho canal channel will bo Jiarked by gas buoyB about  every mile, with Intermediate spar  buoys. Each gas buoy will consist of  a cylindrical, floating, stool body, surmounted by a ajtool frame which supports a light and lens at a height of  of fifteen feet abovo "water level.���������  Christian S-iioeio Monitor. .  BIRTH RATE INCREASES  Talking Across0 the Atlantic  Testifying, before a royal commission in London the president of the  MarcW company aunouueed his  faith 'that tho Hungarian wizard  would have wireless telephone com-  munlcatioiij.sstablished between Wales  aud Newfoundland before the end of  the year. Record int. to the prospectus  tho foundation.? of principle are fully  laid _and the consummation awaits  only 'tlio builuing of powerful enough  machines to transmit sound through  such groat JIsMir.ce.  This is fi prospect reasonably sure  to, tie the con.tir.onts closer together  and hasten ��������� the coming of the wbrld  stato. When conversation can float  half way around the world tliero is  really little ust> for natural boundaries and customs houses. And it  will discourage war. Killing people  who are on your line is not alluring.  In discussing the wireless n telephone the quesiion of privacy arises.  To this the Marconi officials reply  that long wave lengths which will  carry the humi.n voico across the  Atlantic, can be picked up only by  stations ot the same power as those  sent out. " A'nd as these stations are  likely to be under the control of a  single company, there will be just  about as much ..privacy as with.the  present telephones.  Great Britain's Advancing Birth Rste,  Decreasing Death Rate  Last'ryear's official returns go to  show that the tide has turned, and  that the. b'rth ������-ato of Great Britain  is increasing in comparison with the  previous year. It is with something  like a pang, however, that,we learn  that improved conditions are to have  much o������ the credit for this. Few will  not regret tho liiformation that the  bad social surroundings of the people  have actua'ly caused a diminution in  -the births of the nation.  The birth rate was 23.8 per 1,00C���������  8.0 bolow the average for tho preceding deceniam and 0.6 below the, birth  rato of 1911. The provisional figures  for 1913, however, indicate a rise of  0.1 per 1,000, this boing tho ilrst year  sinco 1908 to show an increase.  Marriages are on the iucrease. The  rato was 15.5 per 1,000 In 1912, being  0.1 above tho average in tho ten years  1902-11. In each of tho last throe  years tho marriage rate haa shown an.  increase  Tho death rato iu 1912, 13.3,per  1,000 was tho. lowest on record, 1.9  bolow the average for tlio .ton preceding years and 0.2 per 1,006 below the  lowe'st previously recorded 'in 1910.  It was mainly due to the diminution  of the mortality ot children under the  age of live years.  PBE-EMPIION IPS  B. C, L  NEW   "WO-^OLl.AR   BILLS  THE   PROVINCIAL   LAND   DEPARTMENT GIVEd OUT DATA COVERING TERRITORY  Canada's Resources Barely Touched  Sir William Van Home says    that  Canada  has  so,far not  even  breakfasted ou her vast, and undiminished  resources. This statement is well with  in the mark,.for,, according to,official  estimates, .he rhree- prairie provinces  contain no    fewer    than    272,920,0'tt  acres-of arable land, of whicli about  .59,000,000���������are���������11 o-w���������br.oken.���������And^yet,-  last year, *he wheat' alone produced  by   Manitoba,   Saskatchewan and .Alberta amounted to 231,717,000 bushels  which.was raised on merely one-fnth  of the agricultural land available. Fur-  ther, peop'o are swiftly realizing that  agriculture'Is hy no means the west's  solitary  resource    It    is    gradually  dawning, upon Uiem  Lhat    the    west  now'-stands or, the very threshold of  remarkable  developments    in    other  most    valuable' directions���������directions  previously undiscovered or ignored in  the first st-enuoi".- stage.of the country's ciireci-,   when the solid  foundation   of   tliiiigs  was   being  woll  nnd  truly laid,   Only a few ye.ars ago, t'.ie  west was doomed to have but one resource, and the farmer but one crop  How ania/.lnc audi a conclusion will  soom in the noar tomorrow.  Leprosy In North America  ,. In adopthg a resolution favoring a  bill now before congross foj* the establishment of a national leper colony  'lu .h'e.UulUii States the ratlier startling statoi- enf, was made that the  number of lepevs now in this country  is estimated at between 300 and 500.  There must have been a great Increase of thes-) cases within the last  quarter of a century if these figures  are correct, and lt is high time that  some provision for segregating the  lepers in a place whero they can.receive  humane  treatment  was  made.  The-lep_is i_. the colony at.Malo-  kai, Hawaii are comparatively happy  in spite of their affliction. They have  companioa-.hip, sanitary quarters, thi*1  most scientific treatment, and everything possible is done, to make their  lot endurable. It is almost impossible  to imagine wha, a leper in this country, .confined alone in a shack and  treated much as the lepers were in  Biblical times must suffer. It would  be more humane to put him out of  his misery at once.  There are only about 20 lepers ia  England, and yet, a leper colony is to  be established there in a deserted part  of the courty oi Essex. The late Lord  Strathcona left a bequest of $25,000  for this purpose. Surely if there !_  need of a lepe* colony, in England,  where theie are only 20 cases, there  is much, more need for one in the  United Staies, where there are between 300 -tl.BCO cases, isolated bur,  widely scattered���������The Argus.       ������������������'  In'  Harvest and Ploughing  many  parts  of  the    west  _the_  Why Salmon  F"-*  At the mooting of the Fronch Academy of Seieuca recently an interesting iconimni'ieiiUou was mado on thu  result of thv obrorvatlons of Profos  sor Koulo m tho migration of salmon to troth water  The ohaarvatitiiH covered tho rlvors  entering ti'- sor. on tho Uroton coast,  and it whe. found that the proportion  of oxygcL dissolved in fresh wator  was tho principal factor determining  the aRcoiit ;if the salmon. Llko all fluh  'of thoir fir-nily. lho salmon hnvo nn  intense need of bran thi iir, and this in-  ereasos In tho reproductive purlod.  Coininqiionl-y tho.*, only enter rivers  whoso waters are nblo to satisfy this  iiood by the quantity of oxygon held in  solution, -t ls th* soarcth for this water  thnt lends thoir. v.p iho rivers, ovoi.  where obstruct)! ns mnko it. nocossiry  to leap In their characteristic way,  nonliles Ilio scleiilllle Interest, Professor Koulc's observations, if thoy  could but bo provon, would pohsjs'1  grout prti-ttanl value.-, iih thoy would  nimble on- Innmdlnlely to disco**!)  which rlvors wore worth un iillnmnt  'vi. 1 "o mlmor. by purifying Inn  water, prov'illiic laddors, otc, and  which woro th. rivers In which such  labors would bn cortnln to ho vnln,  A young author whoso disappointments woro mnny, but whoso head wns  bloody yot unbowed, Inclosed tho following lines with a manuscript to nn  oilitor who rnpnntodly refused his of-  forts:  "Killtor-���������Dear    Sir:    The Inclose!  JAH. In submitted for your rejection.  Yours very truly,  j,       ���������  ���������Woman's Heme Companion.  Lndy Offornn to be Handcuffed  Tho Hiifl'riiguiio nut rages In tho  Kngllsh pli-.tur.. gnllcrlOH, which resulted in cloning the bulltlltir.K. hii-  liioant 11 lot of rouble for lho officials.  Hlnco tlio Na if mil Unitary has shut  Its doors tlin stuff hnve linen Inundated with reqi DHtH from visitors to  London for Hpo< ini permission to go  round. The uniniissloH also, sinco nnv  pni'souul Mend of nn iiiiibiisnador Is  admitted, i'ro Ijiinilmnlod with requests.  Ono lady who wns not known fo  Dr. l'ago, Ilio VA, iiiiib.'iHHiulor, having  f.i'.U.l '.'.'. ;'.'! h'-*r frf:1.**'..', al '.:'.-.t '������������������ vA.-.  (IcspalrliiKly to thn gallery nfl'erlnir lo  hire two weight) policemen or com-  missionaries to accompany hor round*,  and slu> added that If lhat was not  enough prntcetkn, she was willing to  bo handcuffed to hor guardians, ir only  r.hr������ rmibl bv thnt im-ims ������n;itr1i <\  brief hour villi the old masters tlm'  sho had crossed tho Atlantic specially  to sen,  ground" becomes very hard and dry  soon' after the grain is cut. The hot  sun and the dry winds soon bake the  ground very hard; the short stubble  lets them at ..he ground much better  than' did tr.e standing grain" , This  condition makes it imperative that  'lie ground bt- p'oughed very quickie  after harvest, itherwise it becomes  so hard it cannot be ploughed at all  until afttr tho spring thaw and  rains. ' '  Tractor owners liavo ' hit upon a  very excellent solution of this grave  problem, They cm their grain and  plough ilie ground at the same time  First tlicy cut 'iwo rounds with the  binder. Then .hey hitch the engine-  to the plough, and the binder fo the  back end oil the plough frame, A,  seven foot left hand binder and a six  bottom, fouiteon inch plough make an  excellent combination for this pur  pose. The binder cuts its full swath  and drops its b.ndlos on the'ploughed  ground just boli'iid thr plough. Tho  plough turns over tho same ground  thnt the engine is travelling over. A  two-section harrow may be added to  this outllt. The hnrrow is liltche.1  closo up behiiio the plough nnd ahead  of the bundle carrier of the blndor,  This triplo combination is hard to  boat,  This combination lias moro than  one advantage. As mentioned boforo,  it ploughs '-.h i/round bororo lt has a  chanco to dr;- out and bake. It also  kills millions of woods to each aero,  Torpedo With Deadly Whiskers  An "unusuin _nd significant activity" In the fus'iicniiig of new dovlcos  I'or naval wur which may surprise 11.  Cl, Wollc and would staggoi1 J uieu  \ erne viou'.d ho return to Hiu, Is dis  closed on almost ovory pngu 01' the  Naval Aiumil A:r 1DM just published,  OC all thi now weapons doscribo.)  none is nnro devilish thuu Uie Loon  torpedo inlno, ,,hli!li Is b oing liiauii-  fiicturod hy u British Jinn. This  engine is so construiMcd that It can  he sot to hovoi hotwoi'ii any depth.*  bolow thu surfaco that may be div  sired. W.'ion placed lu the wuter  ll has 11 .dlglit i.vgative buoyancy nir.l  sinks uulll iiututiuillcally a propclhtr  Is brought lni-i action which drives  It upward again  It cun bn used in tho open sea by  any typo of hI,!-,., or iu the cusn of  tldul luirbirs 11 could bu releusoil  by a vessel o.its'do tu at it* '11111k;.'  Hh way with th. tide Into the anchorage, uud perhaps doHtroy shipping  there,  A 1 ouch on tin. doiully steel "wlito-  Iters"  which  p"oJ(.-ct   .rom  Its  upper  surfaco und tlio enemy would ho sunt  1 to the bottom us were the liiiihiist-  Series of Maps Issued, Together With  Pamphlets, Describing in Detail the  Topographica. and Other Features  Will be of Great Value to Intending  Settlers.  ,  Victoria.���������Three now pre-omptcrs'  maps covering tho Nechaco, Chilcoten  ac,d North Thompson districts, , liavo  just been issued by tho surveys branch  of the department of lauds. These  maps form part of a series of ten, covering appioximatoly 100,000 square  miles of la_,d, aud will prove of great  assistance to intending pfo-omptor_.  They show tho i���������mls surveyed to date  iu tho sections covered, the tracts  available for pre-emption being shown  in pink, wnilo those taken up are indicated iu white. The surveyed areas  shown in pint anu tlie unsurveyod  land shown in the same color can bo  pre-empted at tho olfice of the government agent of the land-recording division ln which it is situated, lt is necessary to stake tho uusurveyed laud  and describe it according to motes and  bounds in the application. The surveyed tracts can ,oe applied for without  staking, being described in the application by the-r number.  Maps have already been issued'in  this series showing the lands for,  pre-emption in the Fort George and  Teto Jaime districts.. It was in these  districts :hat 80,000 acres were opened to pre-emption last month, and  .over three-quarters of this land remain open. The new maps cover  tho aeras adjoining that embraced in  previous ones; the whole series are  drawn to connect with each other.  The Nechaca sheet shows tho territory westward of the Fort George  district extending to the Hazelton  .division and embraces the great interior lake basin, and thefNechaco,  Endako and, other , fertile valleys.  The North Thompson sheet shows  the land adjoining the new C.N.R.  Railway, and extends northward  from the railway belt to tlje territory  embraced in the . maps ������previously  published. ' It includes the Canem  Lake, Brit-ge Lake and Bonaparte  districts of Eastern Lillooet and tha  Lake districts, other areas in whica  settlement is taaing place. ��������� The Cliil-  oten- sheet 'covers the Northern Lillooet and Southern Cariboo plateau  and valleys. Another map, the Ques-  nol sheet, being completed, which  will cover the territory between that  embraced.in.the Chilcoten and North  Thompson sheets.  The series of maps, together witn  the series of. pamphlets, published by  the department, of lands, describing  in detail the topographical and other  Ieatur_es-o������-���������the-���������Fort���������George���������Fort-  Fraser, Skenna, .Cariboo and Peace  River land recording. divisions, will  prove a gieat value to intending  settlers.   ' -  Issued.to Commemorate Stay of Duk?  and Duchess ot Connaught  The stay ih '.anaca of "their royal  highnesses the Duke uid Duchess ol  Connaught has been comniemornio.l  by the i_sue of a new two-dollar bill  hearing excellent engravings of tho  royal personages.  It is the.fo.inh Issue of the two-  dollar notes 'lhe first bore ths  picture of Lord Dufforiu, tho second  that of Lord Lansdowne, and the third  that of the Princo of Wales, afterwards King Edward VII. o  The now bill is of very artistic do;  slgnk and wholly different from that  now in use.' Tho ougravings of tho  Duko and Duchess appear in either  corner, while in placo of tho fishing  scene in tlio centro, tho llguro "two"  appears with tho letters "two" on  each sido. The tint ou tho face and  tho back ot tho bill is a light olive  green, whereas in tlio old bill tlio  faco was groju and the hack brown.  On the back cf the new bill is the  Dominion coat of arms ' surrounded  by the arms.of each of the provinces.  Numbers ono and 'two of tho new  bills were > resented to the Duke and  Duchess of Coinutight as a souvenir  of their stay iu Canada.  IIN1LH11CE  AROUND THE WQBLO  ^.VIATORS   IN   THE  WORLD'S   BIO-  GEST RACE TO FLY ACROSS  CANADA'  The  In  Odds a.id Ends of Interest  The, can .. a new ice cream freezer  which does r.ot nave to be cranked 's  tubular, ice being packed both Inside  ami outsidp of 11.  * *   *  - Argentine telegraph companies aro  bringing into g.ueral use a system  where!.)) messages are received automatically with printed type.  * *    *  Anger, fear,  and  other    forms    of  mental excitement, it lias beon learn--'  od, may stop  digestion  entirely an i  causo sorious kidney diseases.  * *   +  More than oO feet of tin tubing,  filled with peas, is used by an lihig-  lish Inventor to filter the scratching  and metallic sounds from phonograph  miiBic. ,  * ���������   *  Alcohol iu u disinfectant is host at  70 per cent, concentration,  + , *   *  Spain oxport.d 4,000,000 pounds of  paper for c'garottos last year.-  * * , *  For motorists who havo lost   one  or both legs there has been invouted  ,a drlvo niocluu.ism enabling all  tho  controls tc bo operated by the hands,  r-      *      *  A single stroke of lightning in tho  Belgian Kongo killed nluo men nnd  a woman "and sovoivly Injured 112 oilier porsoiis, Iwa of whom died later.  Il hns been p.cvod by notual ox-purl,  mont thnt sniu' ronents of arid regions which oa: dry seeds, can live  from two to throo years without  wator,  * *   *  A bed whifji cnn bo folded compactly when not In use lias been in-  invented 1>> a Washington doctor for  the tnlusporUllon of invalids in uuto-  nioliiies. .'  Hard to Gu*. Persian Lambs  It is oviaently becoming Increasingly dlffcult tc p.oeuro real Persian  sheep iron* which t_ start the fur industry on 'his side of the Atlantic successfully.  .Threo Persians, M. K. Maljanain,  M. G, Vartainnn and John Abajian,  residing now at Providence,-Rhode,  Island, havo bi-'en trying for three  years to introduce into the Western  hemipsliere Persian lambs. According to Mr Abaj'.an no less than ten  thousand collars have been expended,  the net result 0'' whicli was Uie arrival of eig...f annuals on board the  S.S. Pallcuza, in Montreal a few days  ago.  Upon arrival here, however, the,  authorities refused to permit the  sheep to be landed arid all except two  have,, been slaughtered, owing to the  fact that foot'and mouth ��������� disease Is  said to be prevalent in Persia. Th"  two live lambs, nave been presented to  tlio captain of the steamer.  Mr. Abajian .elated tho trials incident to a journey through Persia,  over the Cau^-ssian mountains, tlie  arrival in Batcum, and thence to  Hamburg, whort sight of the thirty  sheep bough were safely shipped, inquiry was made of the Britisli Consul and it \va3 thought there .would  be no difficulty iu getting the'sheep  landed in _ Canada; but Dr. F. Tor  ranee, chief veterinary inspector of  Ottawa, flatly refused to allow the  sheep to be landed for any. purpose  whatever. Cable communication was  then opened up with London to see if  the animals mit_ht be" entered there,  and then with Holland, in neither  case was it possible to get the sheep  landed. ".      '_   ���������Ivi rr-AbaJian says _ach "Persian  lamb is worth about fifty dollars, thn  practice jeing to kill them when,one  or two days old and utilize , their  skins. Ho admits that the Canadian  authorities were quito within their  rights in refuser.'-, permission to, land,  and he say_ that they havo no legal  claim to compensation.  'AII-Round-the-World" Air Rac������  Connection . With the Panama-  Pacific Exhibition is Attracting  Much Attention by Reason of its  Novelty.     ,,  - The competitors in tho great "All-  round-the-worlu" air race in conneo  tion with the Pai.ama-n'auiiic exhibition,  will have ihe assistance of wireless  telegraphy all aiong the route.  Arrangi'iiicuis have been made wiU  Mr. Marcou foi U.e wireless siution������  on shipboard, and the a la lions iu Newfoundland, -.abrudor, Greenland, lc������>  laud, North IHuin, and right across  Europe aim Siberia lo the iorinin.ua  of the Truiis-Sil'iii'lni'. Hallway, to ba  used ln any wny possible that might  assist the t-ompt.iiurs in lho contest.  London is th, lirst 01 tho liiiropoan-  contr.ul stations, of wliich tlioro" aro  about 20, each some thousand mPos  .(.part, in the '.Ual distance of 21,00.  inilos. There, will bo inloriiicdiuU*  supply sUl'ons, each 1.0 miles apart,  except ln tho States, where tlioy will  ub separate!, by 300 miles. The London control station will probably bu at  llendon, a:>d Uie supply stations ia  Great Briti in from the Shetlauds to  the Metro;,; lis will bo urranged and  fitted up by th.-, Royal Aero club and , ,  the "Shell" Company,  If a mau fails to finish within tb*  121 days stipulated he will be li_.od  $1,000 por duy for each day in excel*  if he wins th������* firs. prl/.e; $300 per  dny if he wins tl.e recond prize; and  $1100 per day for the third prize. i_ ba  crosses the ocean by steamer ho i_  penalized $20 per mile for tho Href '���������  prize, and correspondingly less for ..  the second raid third prize.  The priz* money is increasing all  the time. Apar. from the three unia  prizes, amounting to $150,000, thero  are subsidiary nixes which havo ra^  idly passed a total of $250,000. Towia  and municipal!.its .offer prjzo money.  Cheyenne (Wyoming), the first control  station in the States,, offers $50,000;  Chicago, $25,000; New York (if tha  aviators pass that way) $50,000; Toronto, Montreal and Quebec tin conjunction) $50,000.  In order to nduce competitors to  go all the way. these prizes will bo  doled out In proportionate amounts  along the whole line of route, and  not handed iv_- in lump sums.   '     "    ,  There w.'l also   be   numerous small '  prizes ranging  from  $500  to    $1,009  for the aviators  wbo, of their    owa >  volition, d-scenc at the townships offering   these   smaller   prizes.    After "  leaving Chicag.i the   pilots   will    tiy"  along the shores of the Great Lakoa.  down ihe St. Li-.wrence river to Bella  ���������1 s !e=���������!5a s t ward���������th ey-~wl 1 l-rfollcW~tB5���������  line of tht T.ans-Siberian ' railway,  barnchiug t . towards Vladivostok. ,  It , is estimated that, the journey  will- cost each pilot between .10.J0O  and SA-iCO, but notwithstanding  this, 50 competitors have already entered this, tne greatest, air contest  ever organ'-zed  iuul the Petropavlosk In tho  jiipitiicbc .Vi.r,  Uusso-  Skelcton Unearthed Near Nannlmo  Whllo excavating on Brechin Point,  near NaiuiMiio, il. li. Ureuvci unorirth-  cd the lioiins of a skeleton wliich are  hellevi'd to be those of a white man  nutit*u ini'i one IniTiiirnd yonrt ago.  The Hld'lc'.tin, which wns hurled in  about thr 0 fee. of earth, wns surrounded by clnin 1.hells and other evidences of an Indian clnin feast, Kinco  No Request, for Pence Stamp* t|,(, r(.maUis were- hurled u huge cedar  At the pJst ofllco department It was j tree Iiiik grown (.ver the place,  slated that na official representational U^Ulf'tits of the ni'ijr!i!i<i.linfnl ho  have lec'n mude coiici'riiiiig tlie issue j ilov������ Uuu tlie skeleton Is the  of pmire centenary stamps at Is being; hnnen of one cl five mi'inhers of  done in llie United Slates. There] Cnpinln G-'orpp Vftnoouvi-r's cre-,v  hits been Route outside talk nbout it, j who disappeared when ihat great  hut ns yet ro official consideration navigator visited Departure Hay In  lias buon Klvoi* Uio matter. 17DH>2.  Food Eaten Determines Tint cf Skin  A queer theoiy nbuit t'i 10 colorl'ig  of the human -"ace hns been nvoUeil  liy n German ikctor, who slates tliat  the Hut o1' the skill is delermiiied by  the food eiittn,  Originally, h i declares, tho human  species was bliu'k, because our prlini  tive forofi.ther - subsisted on frulr  and roots containing nutiigaiiesu.  The Amerlciii' Uedsklns,   he   snys,  owe tholr color to lhe consumption of  raw llesh,    The    Mongols are yellow  because of their descent from u trlliej  which consume!' great  herbs rich in ehlorid ������������������  and tho ('"  casi-iiis have to thank the suit,  for  v. .in'i   (!>->   uusu  ia) Y,it'Ai a  iiiuug,  fur  th'a-li   dainty  pink  and   white ur  ili'll-li* bnniittn nnnplf-xloiis!  Science Doe. Not Always Pay  Professor Silvanus Thoiiipsin, lecturing at tlie Kuyal Institution iu  London on "Faraday and the Foundations of KloetricrU Engineering," gave  some curious information as to tha  siAill rewi'rd with which that great  man of sc'.enc. had to bo content,  At tho ago of 30 Faraday was living with 'jie vvifo In two rooms at  tho'top of the Royal Institution on a  salary of $500 i year, with coal and  gas free. Davy s erratic career would  have plunged tlie Hoya' Institution in-,.  to bankruptcy, but Faraday made a  valiant struggle to placo It on n sound  fooling, Yot, after ho had discovered  magnoto-ohctric induction, tho authorities of tho ltoyal Institute found  themselvo..' uiinb'i to improvo his position, and lilt: sa.'nry '���������onialnod at $500.  Profosso- Tliunpson snid nothing  perhaps wisely, about modern ratos  or pay, nit ho did venture tho remark that during the wholo of its  course the itoy,:l Institution had spoilt  only $000,000 on salaries nnd materials, or us much por yonr ns tho salary of a ci-rinli. professor In n Scot  tisli university, In .hnt century tin  Koyal institution hns onjoyod the services of D'ivy, Fiiri'.day, Tyndall,  Friinkllii a*���������d Ila)lolgh.  Professor Thompson might have  quoted Di-vy's remark when Fa-.1.  dny wnukii tn quit bookbinding fo>*  tlio Inhoraiorv--"S-MI'M' to yonr trade,  illy boy; sc.'enci. doesn't pny."  Dutch lest Cugenlcs  While ei'renii 1 is still si matter of  ficiiili-iiilr d NciiK.slfi'i among mnim pr.i-  greiislvp nutletis the practical minded  Dutch are putting It to 11 test. K, II.  Mnxsp, Hr'tlsh (onsiil-geiieral to the  Netherlands. In his report, stntes Uuu  the committee for the study of puhii'*  Wou'o Abolish Black Rod  The Nationalist ���������members in thu  lirltlsh House- ot Commons hnvo for  yenm hnd a frnm with llhick Uml, and  they have mule repented attempts to  hnve him aboll-ihtil -attempts which  luive been successfully repulsed,    "  Ills office wab constituted hy Henry  VIII,, who .eereed that "thi-ro oiichl  to l,o one T'slur whom thu Sovereign  nml (-opinions will tniHt, nml hIiiiII  bo n goiitlciiiai! .unions In arms i.i;.l  hlood * * * 1.0 shall have the  cure and .iiistody nml pre-einiiiciice of  keeping onr s-.vrot chambers of tht  house win ro ihu chapter Is held -uei  of the doors wero council shall bo  held."  Tho chief di.ly of Uie present gentleman  usher of tlm  llluck llo.l, Ad-  ,I mlrnl Sir l.enrv SUephimsmi; Ia to con-  (intimities or 1 ������,,y t0 ln0 Jl(-,|.ie. of commons liis innj-  (.,., '.,.,;. 11 ill (,'���������������' ������>"i.-.l> plf.tM-lt ll)  clv'c  h'.w   ,���������!-" -nt   'n  ;i   b'U "   Mr    1 !n; J  George may be 1,11 his legs when HlnrK  Hod coui'ih wit.) his message, hut hi)  hns to giv*- isuy. Democrats do not UK.)  this!  Di> raiiring In B.C.  To detwiciii.3 to what exter.t dry  farming is practicable in the t;eml-  arid suctluh of CoU'ral British Columbia, two government experimental  farms are in process of eslablisb  ment at Nicula -.nd Lillooet. Meteorological statist,cs are being carofuhy  gathered and ru.ords kept of all cultivation methods, and the resulUi obtained. Whilo P will tako a Jong pe/*  iod to arrive at accuinte conciunion*,  slill tho observation, made U.iib far"  liavo been most encouraging, JiiuUtiff-  at quito an agricultural future for tlio  localities.  Tho work commenced last ful when  tho land T.ns f.loughod, dlxeil uni  trenched. Statistic; talion darns thu  wintor wire ,uuprising, inasmuch as  thoy Indicatod that condition.- wotd  not nourly 40 ,.dvorso to ugrieultijr,.  as had been popularly supposed. Thin  spring, trial plots were prepared arm  seeded to va-lous varieties ol oata,  wheat, barley, trasses and vub_L_!>io_.  Seed was so.mod from the J.'or.iiiB  County Dry Lb.nu i.xperliiiuu'.ul Witn,  0: Montana, from other IVcwiLora  Statos and from _u;s*.rulin, whero so-nl-  ���������i-,(i conditions exist and dry 'arming  methods iuc foi owed,  A striking proof .f tlio resiiJls of  cultivation was furnishod nt ono of  the stations the pant'winter. In  unploughed liuvl moisture ponntrnt<\.|  to a depth of j;, liiein-s. On .dough-  ed nml prepared land it ponotraind ;il  Inches.���������J.T.K, iu Montreal Family  Herald,  hai bubfctnute tor kasolinr  .lohn Andrew.!, u McKi-esport chtni-  1st, a Portuguese-American, claims to  have discovered u synthetic substitute  for gasoline, wl.ich cau ho marketed  lor 5 to ii cent., p notion.  Through      cfiith'ss    experiments,  V, 'A  hygiene  jp-iiC'  nn    office    at    The  Uap-ne .lur'-ir. lift  yo-.ir. al -AAtb ,\ .cu-^-rlr.g  tl r--  youi-;.   Andrew  ������..*,-���������,  mcdlcnl man :it* >ih|h dally to examine ;; lifl has llna'ly -Usfcvered a fuel tlnn  on ft flvo tJ'dliililc advice in p.'r-.-a - of  both  sexes   lrtt;r.tl.ti;-   to  marry.   Th*)  Die Neuro Problem  Niitioii-wt'li, interest is buiiig laknii  In a constitiitioiiitl light Immwcmii Ui'i  whlto nnd mgro residonls of J^miu-  vllle, Kentucky ovii- nn onlliiiiniui re--  ci-utly passed by the city council for-  bidding uignn'.i to InviuJo llm rcsi-  deiitlal portions of Loulsvillo ocmiiiinl  hy the wiillns. The law not only prohibits tlu. lilii.-Kh from living union.;  the whiles, but usot'orbhis the whiten  lo move .in-) ili. negro i-u-inem It ii,  in fact, n belnlo-i ultoiiipt to segregutw  thn negroes iu this sooiheri. _:tt������������r  where tin. blacks number .juite a  fourth of tlin population, Jn rorvit*.  years ill!', nvgrors of Louisville li.ivtt  jirogresHi'd vory iiiarkidlly hnth in tuli-  cation and in wealth, and thetii lm*,  licen a tendency on the pnrt of Hit  weiiiuMt-i iiimi'i tiiLin to tiny iJriMM-.rjy  !n U-e bet! 1 j.. uh..;..-, i.i :;.,; ,,-,',. ;it,i  |[) res'-ntei' by 111" while lii>''lJl;.ll������i(j.  whose properlv il' coiihe(|iieiiee imx jf(_  pi������-i lati-.l .ii Miluc Tho in-griM-a nm  advised tha. t1'!- ordiiiam-e in union  slitiitioual. t'roti-.-it m<-i:lhig!i h���������v������  _..-..,* ,,\ ... ^..11 ��������� .uni 1,1 i>t-iii^; lojjwt-  eft for the pn?|ui,^n' of lighting (hi.  uiittter, ami . t<-st iahu ih k������ Ihi  brought. Il I.-, lean' 1 that uuIiuih tht  dispute can he sittlefl aiiiicabiy llii.re  wlll be ;,r ve disorder in Kewhirly,  and possil'ly in ine noiu\\ giiiioi^lly.  obJ(*(*t 1������ two-n.lil���������in prevent the  union of tl a unfit ard to -beck .'ate  suicide.  Iti ni-oiy tc ti \.mn-t\ Hi.-jii-r'or fo  gasolliii" ci tin- Milne proof. Jle IuhJ  demonsirnted thli fact to several  u-t'lor car cou-iianies iu the toun-  trv.  Canada's Di'* Forest  The )ar(;< tt '���������*������������������. ' I'i Mi<- wor'-J I;, ia  Canadii, it n, in tin1 l.ubr.njor an A  Hudson Ha. di.uric' i'tid Is rougtilf,  l.i'Oii1 by l.TiH' niil.s. -Loudon Km-  jircaa. v\ .v.. ^^?miur,Ai.i'o. mhtssb Columbia; ���
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(S!      NOTARY    PUBLIC
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t'onver tliis wnok. couininin  :
1 {Suit of Pyjamas
IS"'Huiniirl Shirts
1(1 Baiuiaiu'S
. a 1 Hosjiital Niglitsliirfs
1 Pr. Cuil's
A llolmet
12 Pair.--of Socles
- (i Pillow Cnsi-'s. '
Im i'litim*.  tiie    (hulfi-llowi:   Hall
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Uy will roc.iv.: finisli^d work
:-.i! oivo out cut nur.' ;>-iin)itfn.ts,
Tim Sreretai')' has wool for hei
jiii-it- now; , i.nyino willing lo
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fiuvi'iions !'i-i.-iii ��� In'!'. ���
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11, ^'rs, Harry Muulock.
LEFT FOR THE FRONT
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CHURCH   NOTICES
MI.TI-IODlvST  CHURCH
SERVICES. -
. Public Worship���Sunday, u,
p. di. and 7 p.   m.
Iiihle Study (S. School) 2.30
p. 111.   . '
Young People's Society���Mon"
day, 7.30 p. m.
Ladies'Aid���First Tuesday of
everj- mon ill', at 7.30 p. 111.
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"Krilann'ri" Ih'.an. ]. v/ool, pi.-r {.-urmont ,, $1.78,
Ten /\ng (.', flno all woni, po.*- garmfliHi. ..A. ij��l .CO
3M!en's Shirts mado of line Scotch Zephyrs
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Vft last nij��h-t for Enjrl'ntid lo vol-
1.mfor for lho war,
Tims iiii'iily d-ne'a* iholncul pros?
rhioniclo l he departuk-  of a young
.<-llo\v lorn in   Victoria, who could
1 ot wait for   Mio   Second   Contin-
1.'I-111, hut at liis own ox pen ho,  Iihf
('(-in.   to   tlia   front,    How   nviny
;i:firft will follow his exunipU? How
in my moro nro' tired (f wiiMiij* ?
I low   many   hi-indroils    bourn!   to
Vifiuiin by   I In1   red   tapn   of   thn
Mfiilia     I)c|'fU'!)i;i'lit     an;      ('.Iml-
i- -.; to I'.reak   away ?     l-A'i-ry   ihiy
I- \'i['y    :i    call   frnm     Kilolu nor,
i'A-ciy   i-ahiojirain   irom   Knuiuiui
'< r-K of r. ."."nilin��.  and   plfcad.-   il.
ii':'('Miy.    t^nly   Iiiki    wi-i'!:,    Thi-.
Wi ( !���; I'lininfclcil tin*  arrival ��� 1 lhe
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ni.!-- a1, once r.cujpU'd by  ilii;  Min-
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,it-i, li-.-tl in Victoria  fi:r i-is wi;.k���
���a   I'." i-n.-i i.f thnii:iiuu!. of ilollar.-,
!.i-c-ii|-'-Ibi' ('aiiiiiiiiin (IfiViTiiiiii'til
mi-, nol ready lo   ���.uni]  (hern to the
��� trontii    Tlio Kiinif! mav l��o   m*iii   of
in- IH"' Horso. who  niiii-l lm woaiy
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1 a- |i, n c. Ho |:i doiiur nil ih.-ii
1 i.i* ici-iii imhi.- will allow.    Inl'iicl,
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, *r ii 11 that   of   the   Mini-ii'r  i-l
iiiiii , wlio i- in  Knr -pi- wln'ii I 0.
in   <!;llinda   a 11�� lidin;.'
..lifily Trinity ChCirch SorviceB.
Sunday, Oct. l-tfi, 20th Suudny after
Ti-inily, Tiie Festival of St. Lul:o the
livaunuiiat, aud (Jhildrou's Day,
MatiiMi, nnd Hcniiou; siicciiil addrbsB to
purcntii,   11  u.tii:
Children'- Sor vice; spouial colloction
for J-iMiday .School Miswion  l-'nnd, It. _). m.
Kvunfliui. nnd Kcruicftl; Subjoct Chii'sti-
a_ WiirnMp, 7 [>. m.
Wixlneiiday, Oct. 21, Kvomodr and
^oniiun, !_ _i. in,
Ci-a~. doVoro  'White, clci'Byuian in
i.-li:irge.
t
t
lip till \Vcdno.-da,y, Out. 2Ul,
..li-von liiiii6ii.!lioUlor.s had register-
."il with the city ' clor.k. This is a
marki-'t crnitmst to lust yuir,
(i. 1 l,u.a.y.
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��� of Merd-aafiise consisting oi
GENT'S FURNISHINGS,
.     HARDWARE    ,,
CROCKERY and GROCERIES.,
All   Can   Goods'?,   wholesale   prices,
which must bo cleared out.      Drop,
in end get prices on case lets.
N.0   TROUBLE    TO    SHOW     GOODS
Special Prices on  Saturdays
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CapitaL Paid 0*^^11,500,000,
Rcaorva $13,000,0
The Royal Bank of Canada,
Iv^j
fl 'tl
fl  DI.AJfT.S   ISriUKl)   IN'  ANY    CUIUII-NOY,   lAWABI.lC   ALL |
*Knsj*miirxnB*M**iiriM,T9Hi*vrM+tnri*Mart*'-i*ivwj**vm
kJjnuT-rvwivm-mru-ntt-iin
T
at*
 ^	
('oniox lako owiiifj; to   tho   10
ci'iit. heavy i ui ns is hi-glier than it
ha^ hiM'ii Inr   \cars,    INu, -I- niinu
was in ilaiiifi r ol    la-ii'};'   iluudi'il,
nnt I In' ilaiiirnr hti!'- jiaM^cil.
 ^	
Tin1 autlioiit im in iii'i'lin ailniil
their hi.-sMsin Ki'inirc. and   I{'"lj;i-
lllll lil'i' lllOI'f! thllll   -II'llljllOl)    Iiil'Ii.
This duvr. nol iiii'liiihi Ius^ik on
thi'ir Mi^lci'ii I'lMiilii'i' wliiaii ihi-\
|ilfti*i! nt inori' 1 linn 150,0111),
llii'V iK'.kno'.vli'ilu'i' that   Au.-itria1,"
!, --..-   nvi'iMul   -i'M),H')l)    Ul-Ml.       Till'
nh(i\(i lijj-iii-fs nit- I'm* lYus-na hiwi
Aii-Atrnt only, Tin.! fi^w-iin ��j;iv���
iiij^ ln;-'M'>- nf troops fi'iiin Havari'i,
\\ ii.-iiiihi.'i'u;, Haxiiny   und   linn-
f    , l. .;,....      j l,,i     > iii-i).,.   (*i��- ni��ri
*' r-> '   *"       , ' ���*
i i f
lUr'i'ii   Ull  f"   t*iL"    <-iV/i ili��'n-      *J /->*���* ��� v
��� if i,i{.".o.��ui) iih-ii,
...
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'   WM. McLELL_
NEXT TO PEACtY'S DRUG STOP,!:,       DUNSMUIR AVENUE
���r.
r���a*t iu^'niment of "Lucille
Love" nt tin-'Ilo-Ilo on Tluin8-
dav cvonhm.  _
Thi' Canadian troopi- nint,   with
i (inniil ivwiiilon in I'jiijlaiiil.
NOTU.'K   isi   horoliy ({ivou Hint on tlia
firi-t iky of l")di!i'inl��er next appliai-1 "nni.\vill
lm liiuild tu tho Siipcriiitiiiident tif I'ro-
viiiciul l'oliiw, Victnriii, fur a ror.(-w,il cf
tlio h'iti-1 liai'iisi; tw boll lii|iioi'B Ii.v roln.il"
in tlm Iiotiil known iih tlio (.Viirton��y.
Ilu'icl, .--itui.n-.d at Cuui-t'-nriN, 11, 0.
.Ions H. JiiMNmton
l).t.-!l 0-t.:il)!|'-l, 1011.
tiMn ar *>ni .*��.-...*�� vmm(i>iwi��'< * Mtnimi**n^*t^m\mtumm0*��mvnmm
LAND .WKdlSTUV  ACT
In Tlm  MnliiT nl  nn   A|ij)li<"i
i".ii- a I'lT-h   Ci'i'ii'i-M'.- i.r Till.-   I-
l.i.t   1,    ll! i;-;.   '"i'',"   Ciiinhi'i'lini'i,
Map:)'.':: A.
i'uitii",' in hcl'i'hy i.',!\c'i nf n\\  h-
ii'iiiimi al the ('X|iini'.ioiio|' out- ov]
Miidii!' inoiith I'l'oin thi'   fii'-t [iiihli,.
("iiiuii lii'i't'ol' lo ihSiii' a li'i'-h tli-r
ilhvtu ol' TilU*. in lieu nl' lhe Ci'i"
01.1111' nl'    Titlo    i.-:-lll"l     til    (li-nl'iH
l.'ii'.hai'iAn.'i    and     Ui.ili     Auiu'c
IM.>liiir.U..ii   mi   tin'   i'-nh   .'mv  ���| | piay oiiuu.icui    .iu*,*.^   ..in
[���..nr,   l'.Ml. ninl   N'iiimIii-i-i-i)   ll1-
OVER-  .TUB    WOULD.
n
8 S1MCC.1AL ATTENTION puid inSAVlN(iiS AUUOUN.T"- & intc.rost I
_i   nt hi'du^t, Current lviili'S rtln>w.-i; Or i-'"-, ot-'Ut cd 1.1 nnd ii'nvanlH. |
_kl rl
I 'CUMBEUI-AN'D, B, C , Bi-nncli, 0,-jra I.^ii!/      D. M, IffovrJaon, T-gi'. a
| UNION VAY, 33,0, Branch, (}_���' ji I (Ay        If. Koriwoilh, Mri-. |
lr,COUHTEKTAY,   3. 0 , Branch,  O-.r.n llmlv XI. II ��� IE.vilwiult.   Mgr. S
%.
%iiiiiiii:iiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!ii!iii!iiiiiii!iiiiiiii:::iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiii:iiii!iiii!i
IIIIIHIIIIIIIIllllllllllllliilliilHIlllilllllllllliilllllllllllllll!!;!',^
\
i'i ��� iiu,;i--.    One (fniiieliiii :��� v.iiu
i�� .!���'���'.: In* lm" lienrd tl::i' tin
i-i at v.'-ir. or   uh
I'm"' 111-
y^i. ,.,,. _",,.-�������������..-��   ,   .,,     ii   ,|i.-��t*T?-
l Hill, i.'tr.l >   Jii.Hi     'iiuViin   in! ���i,.i-.jiii ,i
ii hu could |)i!i-.(!iit IdniHiIf in Kn^��
lain!, thoro rihonld he no ml tape
ie" ii In lion-, rtijnirini; thu willing
(i.diter io jfiin fiimti! iniliiia iiiiil, or
>u f,i-.ii ihdt (iiii'ii-Iy   vn.lil   thi ''���v.c*
NOTIOK.
Owiny.to the   Islnuder   inov
j.'.ii^ inlo ihe now building, tliero
will be mo   issue   of  the   paper
ids v.-i'i'i,',
Tr.--' annual mcctiuj* ol llie
Uov SudU'.f. wa* held on lhe cv-
o ling of i.'.e "'Jill iust., au ai:"
c nsul of which will be r-ublisliei'
i,i our iK-r.'t issue.
- <v    -
A. II. l'i'acev hns a   fine   ili.-i
=====V. BDj^0.^fl==.^=___r. -1
Maau&otiirer of MINERAL WATER j
-fWiimintW I
CUMBERLAND'
miiiwiwwtTirnT?mwiniintM
\\ 0. P.0X 4SSV
PHONE 29....
,um*.i.��..��.^.u��ii.ii,i.nv.iA.u(Mw_vrfiMi.-MfMniMwiii
mmw*m>..*J��i.',i.ii-ifim0-..wt-Mim'm**^m*. r*nymnnnv*
^,* ��.riii��nui_wviiiurw.w^��i w-t* .,��kj*m
i.jtvy.,.ir4.^w*i.w.bMii�� in. ��wwi.m pm*.WM
II. II
���i-|:H      '���
nnd Cot,ti'iv.cnt in ready. l'>
ho'dd
-Iii H Kr- !.!'������ no
l!   i i AM.'!
, '.   .v.- Ma all   v,-ry v,' il. ' :.
c'i a litjie aft'lliif   (hi y klio'jiii
..-I \$i  *la>tie,   ami    ...i.o.m' j.
hi- .i ciiH ��� ni liamlliiy a linii.-j'.ijia ,
iicln-i tui-vcry lain i���-aily, v.'llinn:
and lined toyo to ilia (lorl, i-n '.li.il:
1 (* ci llhl l-lnrl on llie   l.i-M h-'UI,���
l'\   \\ Ilicii   ll.: >  bi.t'U   !'������-!.
1'iiti'il     at   lhe   I.nnd   lv.-uri*-tr\
, . ...        , ��� ���       ���      i i ��� ��� ���     i .  \  .
1 , 1 ii t     ,        ,   ,,,,.,,.,,     I . , .    .      ,       V '   ' ......
bin,   thi- '..'-Ith dny   of   Sejitciii!.i'i\
S. V,  WOOTTON
Ki'idfii'iii' (ii'iii'iai nf Tith
}\.\    \V'. ,    I-  V".r     A    |...:,ii
���i'i \ i( i< (i'i      ,* lllniin       OKMi.li,^
store,    They are a   woik, oi ail.
and well worth seeing.
_*i���_-.,��	
'J lio Wc:fr.
t�� ��� mttttrr*1 *������+���- 'ft .**w�� i*-*_i, . ����� * >*i. ���   i>      --��    -*.i.<     t ������
S'n;��r S'svi���r 'l'-:..t,i.i!:ii iv,<���.,:-, for
\   tak $ H Cuivttjt.i (anil MEWS'
I'iclure S.how   at    Iic-vnn   on
I-'iiday infill.
NOTIOR is liorohy (,'ivim lint cm Uc
llmt dny or Dc-fiinhomi'Xl npiiliiiition will
Iki m:!(l<i !����� tin* Sii|!f-rintnuloi.tnf Prc.vin-
rial I'.'lim V"iiiUiriii, Inr a huK-l
li,.i.-in(i to ki-11 "ii|iinr< Iiv ret nil in
(hi- Imti<l rum hi ���� IliO J'wil 11 ii icy
ll.-o-l, hiniiit>"l i1.(,'i!ii'nifi. NLiiil, ll.C.
CIJAS, CAVANOLMH,
A^()licur<t
UAfidOr;t.o\>��t'i\t 19U.
(*)
1*1
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tii
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fa)
d)
d)
'-^'."ft^.yiX^rv/i/^i^*)?^ ��7!Y&VA'l��i!j'i7<i'.iy^
fl ' t��l��� ���
1 Thomson's' Boarding   House |;:
lil (���)- '
ifi Has Now Ilei-n Upencd Up nml is $
"' ��
$ prepared to receive boarilors ��
i> - (i>.
ft-"
w *
T,    .      ,1     1    . .      il.
Tl...      n*/.���i.    nv
,j.-t.-     ,! s.*.
/ Mo-it?
i��.
���Reasonable Kftlcs-
r��:r*<i-ri
I
1
Wm. Thomson
Uitn��niiiir Avonuo, Noar Fourth
Gtreut���Oumberland, 11, 0.

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