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 /!������  y<(X/7 ^���������Y^'yy  y<*  .<"  A?  ,t,/  >>-���������  .-������.  A t  y'V. ���������.?-. .-  V-:--.-  ocr  *7kiM  -&.  s  %y  *������,������)  o <���������->  NEW  />  .^f"  Devoted Especially to tine Interests of Cumberland and Surrounding District.  ��������� JUkkOMltSUBrw  n'iM*������������������-iii.in>nn>tvi  TTTE  aaagjg  -   "Tiik News, I^yknty-First. Ye Ail  CUMBERLAND, B. C,,'WEDNESDAY, ' OCT.,-14, :9i4.  J  New Stock of Fall Suits  ������������������������������������Men and Bovs  Our Fall Jlange of UTon's Overcoats in splendid values, and  the s y'.es aro the ve y latest    Prices irom $8.50 to $27.00    ���������  '  Men's Suits, 'right up to the minute, at from ?12 50 to $30  Our stock is complete and our services.at your command  Boys' Suits���������We havo the largest showing of boys' Suits  ever shown at the Uig1 Store..  Our prices aro. very moderate,  sand-for-quality-you'canrdeptad"0truS7���������~"*   ;     k h      '     .  $ittum. ^mn-xSc.M^  Correspondence " j  Extracts fro in letters from Val  cartier Camp.  1 am writing this epistle with  my back against a tent pole; and  the paper on my knees, so excuse errors and omissions. We  are at the great Valcartier Camp.  We are sleeping eight in a tent.  We have been treated very well;  we have three good meals a day,  and three blankets and a lubbc-r  sheet to sleep. 'The call has  just gone for parade,   so, I   mutt  close; more tomorrow.  , ���������  *  ���������  I    have , been   most   awfully..  busy since I camo here;' we   get  up at 5-30, parade .at 6' 30'/break  fast at 7.00; parade at S 30; din-'  uer at 12.301 parade at 230; sup  per at 6.30.    After that we  are  free  till   10.15.    ^ast   night -1  looked B, up; \ye w^re sure,glad  to see each other.  I got through  my train jour  uey very well; was   uot sick at  alb - The water  supply, here  in  camp is good, but a   little   soft,  and   a   lot -of   the fellows have  been sick since ��������� we  came   here.  There is a big parade to thehos-  pital tent every morning. I have  ���������  ' . .0  not got it-,yet. ��������� F.   is  very well  Subscription $1.00 a Y*max  __s___s=sassapt!S^srsswafS  To the memory of the late  Col. A. -iamieson, V. C, 0/ the  Gordonw Highlanders, who saw  service in the Indian mutiny,  the Egyptian campaign, the  Boer war, and late with the Allied forces in i'Vauce, fighting a-  gainst the Germans and reported  killed iu action on September  1511$. He rose from the ranks  and gained the Victoria Cross  dm ing the Boer war fov except  lional bravery. Beloved by his  ineu, he died as he lived, a  strong adherent of Scottish national and religious liberty.  & ���������  ���������  Hero of a Hundred fight*,  Thy nainc shall live throughout  the year.",  "  Our children's children shall recite thy deeds,  Ancl the. verdure   green  around  thy hallowed tomb, '  Shall be watered bv a grateful  -,  nation's tears.  Well can thou boast, AuldScotia,  Long may the Bards immortalize thy name,  Liberty, your first, your1 last,  your all. ,  Spilling your children's blood at  - the weakling's call,.  Marching your sons to death   for  Freedom's holy cause, NOT  FAME, ,   -   "   .     -"',/.  ���������J. H. McMillan  Cumberland, B.'C.  ���������   '  ; '  Oct. 12th, 1914  ������������������@������������������������S)9������*3)S������������������������������������������S������ ������������CB������������@>������3)!3������������^SKS9������Siei&������������(SC  nwc:   _      ���������*  \yy  macfarlane brosm ltd^ I  N_'   &'  "the square DEALING HOUSE."  "������'    ���������������������������'        ��������� ,     I     ...   ,        . ...J  ssac:  JJSZl  Eecent Arrivals in Goods thai, I  Are Much in Demand include  c/llloa Wheeling  Yarns  A   Choice Selection of Shades,    imported  from Alloa. Scotland  Ladies' Waterproof  Coats  Two Lilies������������������Plain Shades  Waterproof Coats and  Gapes  For School Children���������aJl skes  Edwin   Anderson   and   J innes f Therefore tho Conservative friends*.  Webster returned on Friday from  a hunting trip to I-Iorno kike.  They shot 2'S gi*ons*o,. two ��������� deer,  and caught 72 pounds of  trout.  P. Andeivoh has; giveu   up   the  Citv Hall, and lias taken tlio Cum  boilnnd   Hull   for   picture   show  purposes.    We liopo   that '-Poto"  wiil 111 ike .a.success of it,  puurteuny is gaaoltod as being  incorporated, The election for  a mayor and   six   aldermen ��������� will  ���������  tnko   place   in    .January,    when  OonrltMmy's real trouble* will bo  ��������� giu,    Tlt,o ratepayers of Courton-  ny will pay dearly for   the   honor  ' of being incorporated,  or wo mis*'  our guess,    But they aro doing it,  H' M". Joeopli Martin is prepar-  ed in unfurl tlie  flair   of   deinoc.  i.m> ������������������I-  ' racy aud consistently hold its  folds up to the breezes, there are  many thousands of voters in South  Vancouver who will readily eoine  In the Hiandnrd.  The people of .South Viineouver  arc foi tho most part believers in  the principles of Liberalism.  They nro too intelligent, however,  to blindly follow any party.  They know tlmt wolves in sheep's  clothing ore moro dangerous than  plain undisguised wolves, .fudging from the status of the Liberal  party in British Columbia today,  this knowledge ib not monopoliz  ed in any one section of the province. The people of South Vuu-  einivei' havo heon practically with���������  "ij* *)'���������' fmv,")''��������� " !' ��������������������������� ::;.':.';',��������� '.'.;-:-.  fio far as rcjiienoutiitiun iu Uio Dominion mul Provincial bonnes are  concerned. When the next elec  ti.'n uouion round conditions will  Viiivu Wvu iinproveil in \h.# ro-  i������.������til. M������intli Viineouver people  in li<iv������ Unit the Lord  never    cro-  nuiy expect tn fare poorly iu No nth  Vancouver. Oil the other hand,  the sort of Liberalism .that the  people of South, Vancouver will  support, is a. Liberalism within  their reach and understandine*��������� a  Liberalism which has something  definite to offer them.  To have ihe respect, oi t.ho 'people of South Vancouver the Liberal leader must bo an lionest man  who lends himself as au instrument for Iho expression of sound  Liberal politics, He must also he  a man of ability and n fearless  lighting nian. Such' a nuin is  Mr, iMariin, aud if. he succeeds, iu  awaking the people of British  Coluinbu bolero the Province is  completely stripped of its wealth,  he will have ,, performed a great  work for the nation,-���������Greater  Vancouver Chinook,  and sends his love; Ei..also,some  fioni myself.      C- has his three  stripes;- 0. is R. G.M. S    \Ve  are all five in one tent, -with two  other   fellows.      There   is   the  swellcst'music   here   at  nights;  the .best,  bauds  iu  Canada   all  here  and   give   a concert every  night,    Kvery thing is all  right  with uie; lots of clothes,, lots  of  food and  water;   everything , in  the camp   but  girls.    We' may  sail for England  auy day���������mail  will be forwarded.  a   a   a  This i.s pure the best run camp  that ever was.   They have-wat"  ev pipes running all thiough the  camp and  taps   every   15 ov 20  yards,   . From the taps there are  Tlie fall of Antwerp will cut no  figure.in the final results; although it may stiffen the Gor-  lnnns up a bit. Tho Allies are  still at the old stand, and aro do-  in������ good   business.   ���������  to fc>  MCTT1CR LAT10 THAN NUVKR.  It has boon announced in tho  columns of tho Colonist, and tho  Blatemont is conllrmod by announcements posted in thli companies' olliccB, lhat a military con-  eorship has boon established ovor  tho telegraph lined of Vancouvor  Island. This should havo been  done immediately on Iho outbreak  of t.ho wur ae urgod by tho diBtin-  guiiilicd ofliccr who is new Chief  Connor. If his advice in this regard had boon tukou it is practically eouiuu tn it t tlio Loipsio and  iVurenljorg would Imvo boon oap-  turod long ago, as it is known that  their fckilfnl dodging wus duo lo a  conuttint fiotv cf uionttt, ot from  spies in Victoria. "The lid is on"  tho mesfagot) but thu .pies uro mill  ihumting thoni'olvos in our mitlat.  ���������Victoria Weok,  pipes  running  up,    connected  Mm. Uoi ert Ru������lifonl received  word irom lier huabund this week,  Ho waa in Franco at tin* timu  of  AiA tt, 0 (tlsfis uf   Uis   piiopl." to'writing, nud wan well  nnd cheer*  win Hnd one elasn   to   ho   ruled, jfril,  shower baths.., Kveiy movuing  at 6.30 we go aud have a shower  bath and a rub down. The food  is very good; wc hnve thicc  good meals a day : bacon, fried  potatoes, bread, butter, coffee  and jam for breakfast, roast beef  boiled potatoes, fresh vegetables,  such rs carrots, beans, peas, cabbage, onions, tomatoes etc, for  dinner; and cold meal, bread,  butter aud jam foi ten. Some  menu, isn't, it ? I bet we dou't  get lhat if we go 011 p.ctive ser  victt. We have/already had some  instances of German influence  here.      Yesterday, tne people'at  lifnflr.iiorlfv-* dicfw'i M'd   n\v\o   ������  ���������   - l  zti'oux tract- nf aiftciuc in the water supjily. Thoy luul been testing the water every half hour.  Tii.-,..    ! ��������� ir   i- 1 .     . 1    ������������������   .  ......^ .....������b~....������,V|a, .',.J,,a,JS.N, t),W  supply for two hours, aud they  how examine   the  water supply  evety ten  minutes,   night   and  d.iy,     Last   night   one   of the  guards, who  was patrolim:  tlu-  11  river banks ou sentry,  was .shot  dead by .some  unknown   pet son  ' under cover.    Everyone licit*  i-s  wtdi ro.u] lmnpv.  It is just over threo .years ago  that the German government decided to /make ' Heligoland tho  stronge?t of all their coast fortifications, and to adapt it for uso aB a  depot for munitions of wat. Intensive dredging operations have beon  carried on at the mouth of tho  Elbo, and tho sand taken up tnuiB-'  ported to Heligoland and carefully  added to the island, who-o encroachments by tho eoa had given  causo for much anxiety. Thd now  dopoflits havo boon found lo "'grow  to" tho original bulk ot tho island  in a satisfactory manner. Great  buttresses of granite now protect  tho crumbling cliffs against tho  wavcK, and rifta end crevices havo  beon tilled in with fcrro-concroto,  It is reported that two Gorman  spies have beeu captured at Campbell Kiver, a man aud 11 woman,  There ma) be dozens in the dis"  tn'ct for aught we know,  ***ijf*"**' rtt,'-*l.*,,������^wtpr������������"'  * *- ���������*.*������������������   **��������������� ���������������������������������n������i^������lHi  Wo have some of the most  splendid music here at nights;  they give a baud concert every  night for about. Iwo hours, It  sure ix grand.  P. S.���������Have   you   ever tried    "Kobiulaood'  Flour ?     Yoii will   probably   receive   this  week     a     letter     fiom      ,the       ..mill-  ** *  ers of this High Grade. Flour, aud wc ask  -tlie-favor-ot���������your��������� consideration*;���������as���������to���������its;  contents. This is a personal matter be~  . twe������m us.    The list of names is; furnished  by ourselves. Try this flour; it is guafaiu  teed to be the best on the   market at any.  price.  Macfarlane Bros., Limited  THE CORNER STORE   CUMBERLAND  -������-  Phone 10  P.,0. Box. 100 ������  Y  Ot) ��������� W  ���������tii <S*  If you are desirous of  having a  yoto in tho next municipal election, you must    ���������ogis'tor   with   lhe  City Clerk nor lator than the last  av of Oc.obor.  Tho funeral of the late George  II, Jiobertst'ii, wliich took place  on Saturday afternoon, was hit gel)  uttiuuhiy. Uev, W, Elliott ollici-  ated. The Orange and Knights  of I'ythiasordorB, of which the  deceased was u jironunent nioiu-  ber, wero In attendance, and ollici-  aloil at the grave,  V. V. Harmon, barrister, has  moved his law o!Ho<>������ from the'  Jack Ihiilding, Dnnsinuir Ave.,  to up stairs in tho Wilhird lllock,  IN O.RATEPUL RECOGNITION;  of  Many 1 Uufltriovw Sorvicca  Rendered   ko tho,  BRITISH-NATION  by  KAISER   WILHBLM.  who  lirought Homo Rule and Loyally  to Ireland.  Sottlfid the Suffrn^lex.  Raaislied Party Politic? freui Eng������  land.  Slt������w tho Nut.  Made a Woman of lho Flnppw.  Clave us a How India and BonlU  Africa,  United  l\*o    Kuluro   Knipiro   iu  Bonds of Brolhorhoocl,  nnd  CloHed lho Night Clubs.-Kx.  i":*-:--:":-':*-:":--*--i--i���������i--i~:*-i--r--i���������_":*-i":**i-'-T--3r-7"T-'i���������7���������1-1���������*j-*���������t--t���������r���������^"?-*^'^--?--*���������f���������?*-r--i-^���������f���������*���������r--r-^-<���������:-'*^-^���������f-^-^--t--*-^-j?^f^--e--'ii���������?���������  r  '*���������  ������  T  tf,  t  i  I  S  4  & *  A  A.  J.  m\.  J.  J-  f  i  i  5*  :c  ������   *  J*  J.  I  ?  I  ������  A.  *   ���������  M'W     LINKS   SHOWN     THIS    WKKK  w,r-_i __������ni���������1���������*^i���������*- *m*m*m*mtmmmMmm*m������mmmm*mmmmm*mm*mmnm******mt*^ *m*i***>f*am nmwui  Ladies' Umln'tillas in all silk and silk inixtin-i;s. cov-  (.���������rin^ with a large variety of hamllcs  From $1.25 to $6.00  Ladies' Waterproof Coats. Misses' Waterproof Capes  Lat'iits', Niisst-s' and Children's Sweater Coats.  Ladies' Shoes in  patent, gun metal  and  vici  kid  lunion  and   laced.    Pvitcu't and   via  kid   pomps,  satin pomps in blsick, white and all light shades  for evening wear. j  a m"pTe l l s  t  I  ���������V  t  7  i  1  i..  l-M<-M-l-l������t.Mmt-l.M-W"t-lW^^ .; t  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  t  A Debt  Discharged  %  By Edgar Wallace  Ward,  Lock    & Oo.,    Limited  Londor. Melbourne and Toronto   A  ily.  "Nothing-  (Cuiitinuod)  -nothing," slie said, hast-  "You wero KoinK to say ycu were  alone in the world," said Comstock  Uell Ken tiy, uiui lie took one ot lier,  listless luuu.s in his; "und yet," ho  continued a ith, a. smile, "you cannot  sny Umt an;- more than I." lie paused  a liUle   tlie: ���������  "Wo are married, you know," he  said.  There was pnin in the eyes which  met his.  "I" know," phe said <>uickly. "I somehow wish f.iat you hadn't spoken of  that," she went on, looking past him,  "we ought U* face this situation sens  ibiy, ouglitn'-- we?"  He nodded waiting for her solution.  "You see.' she turned on her side,  supporting lie.' head with one hand,  and she was very serious; "you see,  ir this were a story we ought to Hvj  happily ever after���������and I want it to  end .tlie a story. Bui it does not mean  happiness for either of us���������like this 1  ' r.uis-1 not sp. il your life���������"  "Nor I, vour..,". he interrupted.  "That doeMi't matter so much," she  Baid     with  e.  little  smile;   'my life |gerous as to attempt to cross, and we  ' would  have !.������ee:i utterly spoilt    if 1 i have not mucl: time ' It will te day  "I will," "she said. -A" :'���������-  \    ' *   *   * "'      ���������',���������  Out "on-the North Sea the little  motor boat was fighting its wa-  through the Aorm, which increased in  ferocity ever, moment.  The tiny craft leapt and fell .from  crest to trough. Helder, in an oilskin  coat, the col.ar turned up to Ms eyes,  stood by the steersman amidships.  Tiger Brown, never the man for a  rough- cross.ng lay prostrated in the  little cabin fcelow.  "Is it like'.v to be any worse?" roar,  ed Helder above" the thunder of the  storm.  The steersman shook his head.  "i can't s.iy," he replied, "it looks  as though it was going to be a dirty  night."  The motor boat trembled as a wave  fcroke over its now, and the steersman  turned to the man a. his side.  "You must get across?" lis asked  'wo couldn't-craop back to some quiet  little harbor and  lay  till  the  storm  passes?"  Ilelder nunle no reply. lie glanced  back. Treni*-)li g ot the horizon was  the yellow glow of the lightship they  had passed.  Another wive'struck the little craft  and it keele.. over. He was no sailor,  but he knew that this could not go on.  Perhaps his going to sea had served a  purpose.  "We'll go' back," be said. "Wherc-  can we run to?"  The man at the wheel thought for a  few minute;*.   ���������  "We coulo double back into the  Thames,'' he said.  Helder sh:ok his head.  "No," he said, 'that would be to)  dangerous. If the weather would admit of it we could gi. down the Chan  nel, but that would be almost as dan  is good ted'  -.  REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE  How It Carrie to be Placed Under the  Treasury Department  - The linked States revenue cutter  service is a military arm of the government attached to and under, the direction of ihe treasury department.  The service was organized in 1790 and  constituted the original naval force of  the country. There was at that' time  no navy dej artment, and the service  was placed under the treasury' department, where it has remained ever  since.  It is claimed'with the enforcement  SOLONR AND SALARIES  Some European States Pay Their Lawmakers Only a Mite  Italy and Spain are the only European countries which offer no monetary reward to theh* members of parliament. Tho Portuguese legislators  are not-remunerated.by.the state, but  they have a iree pass for travelling on  all railways in tho country, and their  constituencies are permitted to pay a  sum equivalent to 15 shillings for each  day's sitting  Denmark is another country which  believes that its political gentlemen  of tlio-nuvigation and customs laws of | are ready to v;ork for almost nothing,  the  United States, the assistance of Members of. pailhunent there only ro-  had refused 10 help yoi' * * * and  it could onl.- happen as it has happened. You tio * * *" lie hesitated,  "when you '.old-mc your plans and  the stotv of your foolish Crime Club  *.y * * I miew."  '    "Knew   w'witV"  "That my uncle was Willetts." She  looked into his face gravely, "Maple  iu my name and Uncle Tom adopted it  light in Ijur hours."-  "Why not make for Clacton.?". sail  the steeren an; "t"..ere - are a doze 1  lonely places one-could land at and escape observation "  "We'll lak<  our chance," said. Helder, "put he '.back.   Put into shore now  and we'll land wherever seems most  likely."  =In the lee ot the shore the wate**  *   *   *   for 'reasons.   1 knew that it' was smoother, and at four o'clock in  was my duty to go through,the ceremony '������ * * I could not tell you  that you w^re innocent,-because you  knew that aAeady."  "I knew t,<A:' he. said quietly, "yet 1  was morally guilty. - It was my sug  gestion* the forgery. 1 made it in  jest to ��������� Wil.f- ts when the club started.  We were both keen draughtsmen and  ir. fun I sketched   *       **   I    neve  the morning the nope of the boat  grated against the <?arityp between Clai  ton and Walton. The little party wad  ed ashore. '<      .  "What about the boat?", asked Tiger  Brown. He liad recovered sufficiently  to take an interest In things.  Helder hesitited. He did not want  to lose the boat,, it represented a last  chance of escape.   But he knew that  dreamt he would do such a mad thing." |i(- would be discovered in the morn-  ���������    The thud-'.hud of the.tug's    screw ing by the coastguards, and the_evil  was the only sound in the cabin.  "We  have  not  disposed    of - our  selves.", said  the girl after    a .while,  "and we must bc sensible."  "Which'means that we have got to  Ao something disagreeable," he  smiled;' "it would.be very easy.to say  'I will leav. everything to you,' and  pass my responsibility'on. You wo all  sacrifice you: life- -no, no, don't inter-,  rupt, Verity--you, would offer a way  out easy ui/ugh 'or mc���������but no wav  out which means the dissolution of our  marriage is acceptable."  She llush.o.  "lt would le wronp to go with this,"  she said ih a low voice, "in * * *  in the wny narriages go on. It woull  be equally i'.rong in me if I accepted  yenr name ������ * * your fortune���������  and gave yo 1 nothing but the contort-  Ing feeling that you had plaved tin  game.'1  fi^.e Bat ii:: and threw back her long  hair with a :erk of her head. -.  "And it would   bo   wrong   *   *   *  because I am a woman capable of loving   *   *   *   11c  fortune,  no    honor  would   eomiioiiiate   *   *   *   suppose  in years to como I learnt to love somebody   *   *   * ?"  Sho dropped hev oyes boforo his.  "1 antlcipKte that," he said gently,  "I think yo 1 will learn to lovo somebody   *   *   *   and     that,   somebody  will be me.'  Shu did not  speak,  "You hav. taken ono groat risk for  mo," hn we.n' on, "will you take another   *   *   *   thr'. when lovo comes It  mny be for vour husband?"  She raise- Uer head nnd looked at  lilm long 1111.! earnestly, Then slis  lield out hor hand.  mm on face  vessels in d'.stress, the protection of  the sealing- udustry in Alaska, tho enforcement 0' tho quarantine lasvs, the  destruction of derelicts and other  floating dangers tc navigation and  numerous ot**.er duties appropriate to  its class of vessels. Each winter, by  direction of tne president, a number  of the cutters patrol the coast for the  special purpc se of assisting vessels in  distress.  The service co-operates with thn  navy when uirected by the president  and has so oo-operated in every war in  which the United States has been engaged. It is sometimes called the revenue marine service, but revenue cutter  service is the proper name. There are  forty-three c.itters in the service, and  they carry from one to five or six guns  each.  " Many mothers have reasons to bless  Mother' Graves' Worm Exterminator,  because if has relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  Cams Off in Scales, Itched Badly.  Had to Tie Hands, Littlo Watery  Pimples, Cuticura Soap and  Ointment Completely Curod,  ���������]:107 Davenport Howl, Toronto, Ont,���������  "Ni. ^'/.I'liiu llrnt, Klarli'il when I wiih a.  Im.iy, 0,1 my 1'iu'u and Mralp. H Hwini'd dry  nnd vnen I wruti'lii'd'i. V I'aiiiiioinu wnliw.  It lu-.'rd vi-ry badly nml I wim obliged to  tnivn 111/ liamU tied up ko uh to pruvont  wraU'lilnK my f"<,fl. Lltilu w,lll������ vatiiry  I'ltnplri ruum on my bund* und fact) and I  li.-u! 10 "lay liiniii) from m:1hhi1 for nearly two  wivIik. 't ca.UM'<l my fiu-o and liniulH to  look Mildly. Tlw oo/.o-nia, Uxtk n vqry bad  /orm, ai>|������'Jirlni. ou my f.-u'u In llltlu watery  Hli'iTH ko bad that I could hardly bcur to bu  toiu-ln'il. My hair IH/i������ naturally very  thick 1 found t'i l)������i?''ttliiK thinner nml won-  ��������� nnd ���������  ��������� ami  UIU.I Vl(.������n������'.i ������������������...-  "Vy umlli'Ttrli'il ���������  upent no mid of money trylnK to w\ tno better but It did no Kuoa-I. Atlanta- friend reo  omrnf rifl< <1 Ouilewrtv Ht>������j> and Otm ment and  my nio'lier used tliem. Wo fipph.-i tlio  CullriiPi ointment to my two, bead and  ;.,..,i��������� .,   ,1 ������.:it.lii'f1 wllti tlin filth-urn t'iap  and tin*tvwinaMwm todl.-wp-xiar. Jlel >ro  tit motitln- bad pawd I wits iMtinpluli-y  cured." (S'KnwJ) Miwi Coiwtancu Jam*,  Mayart. iOIS.  Cuticura Hoar* and ointment do to much  tor pltnpli-H, tilnrklion<K red, rnutdi Kklns,  ItchfiiK. waly ftfti*. dandruff, dry, thin ami  follli.* hti(, clmppe.1 lian-li and nhapelmi  uall*, tliat It In almoKt rrlmlnal not to u*i  th-m A slnifli wt iHoflwiNUlIlilent. Cuil-  curn Soup nnd Cutlrur* Ointment aru Mild  by drii������t(lstii ami dealer* t'veryw������i.re. For  a HU-ml fr.-H -amp!* ������������f i-wli. *'th M'J.ji.  tHHik. t.et.r! p������wt-<-ar<l to l'ott������T -Jni. 4  tituu. Corp., it'lH. li, UuttM, I', a. V  ence of his being in Sngland would set  the police at work with renewed vigour. There was nothing to do but to  sacrifice ,the Mttle craft in which he  had' placed such .-reliance. She wa������  turned till her stern touch tbe sand,  ���������t!ie-engines_Ket_at_fnll_sp.e.ed_and_the_  wheel locked. Putting'her nosp in th<*  direction of t'nti wid'j sea,- the four men  released then- hold on her and she  went buzzing _..t of sight.  They were wet through, drenched  by the spray and their recent voluntary immersion, for it had been neces-  sajy to stand waist high in the water  whilst they were preparing the motor-  boat for her lasu trip to sea. The  sands were deserted, they met- no  coastguards. They gained the vil  lage of Littlt Clacton without meet  ing a soul.  Here they separated;. each man had  a supply of :noney.  "Whicli way do you go?" asked  Brown.  "I shall gc "*ack to London," said  the othor, "and take my chance of getting to the Continent by a regular  train."  Then he thought of the other, "You  had better go���������" He hesitated. Voc  the life of him ho could not make any  suggestion. His own plans woro so  uncertain, his chance of getting clear  so unlikely, and lie was, moreover, 30  ���������absorbed In hi 1 own plight that lie  had little inclination to concern liln*'  self with his compnn oil's route.  "Don't worry about 1110," said Tiger.  "I think 1 sin 11 llnd a wny."  Holder left them in the darkness  and wont on tr Clacton station, Ho  must tako his chanco of getting an  early train to the Continent, Fortune  was with lilm lr.ro, for a freight trail  was moving abwly out its ho camo to  the goods yard.  He hai tj cllr.b p. fenco to reiui'i  tlio prohibited urea of tlio railway.  Ills clothes woro to:n, liln hands, 8.)  unused to manual labor, with his efforts.  I In stopped by the mil aa a Ion.,  train slovly move past. Mo watched  his opportunity; a cold storapo var,  ciiino nbrens*. The centro doors won  opon, for It vas empty; ho loupt up,  caught a rail and hwung. hlr.iself on  the Iloor oi ti-i> vin. He fiat then,  shivering In his wot clothes, planning  lils next niovo,  UiiIckh th? truln was dnpiornbl?  tn.dy, ho michi to bo In Cnldiostor  well within nn hour. Ilo gathered bv  lho Icuigtli of ti 0 train Unit It wuh unlikely to sto)' at tlui wuysldo stations  to pick up trucks. In UiIh nuniil������o lio  wiih correct. After 1111 iiiicoiiHc.lonnblj  timo tho train pulled up boforo a sli;-  mil oiilsliloColfilif'sli-rslnllon. Ilod'op.  pod off, mado Ins way across soma  Holds and rn-ic'ictt thn town mifely. Ilo  mot ono cr two uii'i. on tholr wny to  work, He wns clilllod to tlin bono and  dt'Hperatn, hi' would havo to run Uio  rlHk nf tholr tiilklnr..  Ho watched till lie saw a man, cvl-  di'iillv of n Hupnrlor o.Iiihb of artlzan.  coming towan lilm. Thu mini wt\t  iSitlitinn IniXly, unA wbliilllio; u ILIA  tuna, when Holder -itopped him.  "Kxcuho mn," ho said.  Tho man stopped iloiul; by tlio liglu  thrown from a street lamp fifty ya'ils  it way hn hua> tho bndraggloil llglin  and eyed inr-  fiuhpiiioiihiy.  "Do you w.mt to earn a five?" ft|jk-  od Heldor.  "I do,'1 Raid tlio man, but without  entliiiHliirim.  "I have linil 1 motor acnldont"  sal.i  Holder; "I liavo had to walk neross  fh*> rniinrrv f.vo mlloa. I wnnt a lwlff-  Int; tml a suit of cIoUioh,"  I'J'n v Pop! In nnd)  Heart of the Hailstone  . If it were not for the countless tri-  lions of dust particles that float separately invisible in the atmosphere  there could be no raindrops, snow  crystals or uai'stones. From a perfectly dustljss atmosphere the moisture would descend in ceaseless rain  without drops. The ���������- dust particles  serve ac nuc'.ei about which tbe vapor  gathers. The snow crystals is the  most beautiful creation of the aerial  moisture, aud the hailstone is the  most extraoir'.inary. ,' The . heart of  every hailstone is a tiry atom of dust  Such an atom, with a little moisture  condensed about it, is the germ from  which may grow a hailstone capabl)  uf felling a min or smashing a window. But first, it must be 'caught up  ty a curren: 0! air and carried to tlia  level of the \ofty cirrus clouds, five or  six or even t^ri miles high. Then, con  tinually gro\int' by fresh accession of  moisture,-it-be_;iiis_itsJ,first_pIunge_,to.  ceive 6 shillings per day, but they have  the peculiar privilege of a freo seat in  the Royal theatre in Copenhagen.    ,  The Norwegian honorable member  is thankful for a daily income of 12  shillings, though ho must do his duty  properly to get it. H8 loses a day's  pay when he takes a day off. Members of the Swiss diet work under tho  same threat. If tbey are absent they  lose salary 7/hich amounts in their  case to 16 -shillings a day.  . Roumauia pays her lawmakers a  sovereign per day, and Bulgaria offers  16 shillings. In the latter country  members living in the capital have $  shillings deducted, because they .have  no train fares to pay and only one  .home to keep up.  Hungary treats her statesmen just  half as well as England does, allowing  them "������200 per annum. They have.,  however a liberal a'lowance fcr house  rent. and car. travel first class with  second class tickets.���������London Tit-Bits.  Played With Fire Balls  For many centuries polo, or chaug-  an, as it was then called, was a favorite pastime with Asiatic rulers; A(  contemporary an.'.alist records of Ak-  bar, the greatest of Mogul emperors,  that "he pl-iys at Chaugan on dark-  nights, the balls being set on fire. For  the sake of adding splendor to the  game his majesty has knobs of gold  and silver fixed to the'chaugan sticks,  A "Mite"  ��������� The difficulties experienced by our  forefathers in trying to reckon money  in very small proportions appear in  in the sixteenth and seventeenth century books c? commercial arithmetic.  The origina, , 'mite" seems tp have  been a third of a Flemisli penny, but  tho use of the word for the widow's  coin of the Njw Testament made its  regular English meaning half a far-  thing, and rome old people may remember applyicg the name to the  short'lived"n'inteenth century coins ot  thta value. In (tbose old arithmetic  books "mite" standc for various-values not represented by actual coins,  but obviously used in reckoning. A  work of 1706 makes it one-twelfth of a  penny, t������vo sixteenth century ' books  one-sixty-fourth of a penny.���������London  Jeake's arithmetic made it as little as  one-sitxy-fourth of a penny.���������London  Chronicle.  Gaudy _5lrds  For gay coloring fie pitta doncinna  of Borneo and Sumatra takes die lead  among birds, its feathers being every  color of th* rainbow. The bird of  paradise runs it close and is in addition a dainty dancer. One species of  this digs a hole a foot in diameter,  over which it places crossed sticks (as  for a Scottish . sword dance) and  strews" leaves and rubbish1 over them,  thus forming a floor, on which It  dances a pas suel. But the jiacana and  ypecaha, both species of the rail, can  go one better, for besides being splen  did little dancers they provide their  own music tho while,  National Tastes in Pearls'  It is estimated by a writer in the  Paris Revue that a necklace bought  for $100,000 at the end of the nineteenth century might now be expected  to fetch $1,000,000. With the constant  increase of wealth the value of pearls  is likely to continue to increase, and  a good collection may be regarded as  one of the most profitable of investments. The _i.ste of different countries in the matter of-pearls differs  Mexico's Spiked Mountain  One of the most remarkable ge-y-.  logical freaLs in M.xico is a mountain .situated on the outskirts* of.  Pachuca wh'ch prese.nts^$ho appear-*-  ance at-.fi .distance/$f .b&ing covered1,  -with siftkes! The s'des of the mountain are closely studded with stone-  columns or palisades. These columns  are five to twelve !eet long and as.  large around as an. average man's ���������  body. It is a.remarkable upllft^of nature which hts the appearance, however, of being the handiwork of human,  beings. Ona side o." the,mountain la.  almost perpendicular, and the ston������  columns protrude from the surface at  right angles, forming an impressive  picture. Pachuca is one of th"e most  noted mining district in Mexico, anl  It is said by geologists that this remarkable spiked - mountain is out ot  keeping wjth, tho remainder of the  formation of the mineralized region.  The stone is as han' as flint rnd has.  withstood the elements for ages. Th*  spikes form a natural battlement that  makes tlie mountain appear from a  distance like somo ancient fort.  Whether the corn be of old or new  growth, it must yield to Hollaway's*  Corn Cure, the'simpliest and best cur?  offered to the public.  ,   Like Draws Like  The superintendent of a lunatic asy.  Ium was strolling round the ground*  a few weeks after his appointment,  when ono. of the inmates came up to  him and, touching his hat, exclaimed*  "We all like you better than the last  one, sir." ���������  "Thank, you." said the new official  pleasantly.    "And may I ask why?"  "Well, sir," replied the," lunatic,"  "you see, you are mora like one o������  us.V  If one of these breaks any player that  gome of the, national predilections are  gets hold  of the pieces  them."  may   keep  Good Advice  "Young man,'' said 'he boss, "come  hither and lis'en." He approached.  "When you've made a* mistake forget  it and _,o an *o Uie next job. Don't  potter around all day.adding^a lot of  finishing touches.''���������Louisville Courier-  Journal.  Bute of Ohio. "Ity of Toledo,  ' ,___.Lucas County,  f        83.  as'follows: England.-white peails; tie  Argentine, slightly colored or cream;  North Amirica. pink; Geirma"y,  white; France; pink or.slightly cream.  the earth', spinning tb rough the clouds!    Frank J. Cheney makes ���������'oath "that'tTe"  - -     - ��������������������������� ������������������ ������������������ ' ls   senior   partner  of  the  Arm  of   F.  J.  Cheney & Co., doing business In the City  and Hashing in the sun like a diamond  bolt shoi. from a rainbow  Describing   Love  In "The Desert and Mrs. Ajax," by  Edward S. Moffat, one of the characters, an American girl, thus dtscribes  love:  "Oh, Amy (she says), isn't it splendid when you love s^me one? You jus*,  want to sacrifice���������and give up���������and'  work���������and be devoured by fire or  drowned in" ice water if it will do an/  gcod. SomeiJines it makes "you feet  oh, so strong! An������ then, almost righ:.  away, your knees get wabbly, and yot  just turn 'nto a cobblestone inside.  And one minute he'j looking at you iu  the most wonderful way, and you feel  as if you were floating on a lovely'pink  cloud, oathjg Ice cream smothered iu  violets, and tlid next thing yot* know  something 'orrible lu ppens aad everything goes tc ��������� icces. and you coe thac  he doesn't lovo you after all���������and.,  oh-ii-h!"  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that said firm will pay the sum 01  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each  and every caso of Catarrh that cannot  be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.  FRANK   J. -CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed .n  my presence, this Cth day of December,  A.D.  18S6.  (Seal) A. W. GLEASON,  Notary   Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts ii'rectly upon the blood and  mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for  Life of the Sun  ��������� Adopting the well known hypothesis  of Helmholti. which attributes the  production ot- the heat emitted by the  sun to its cchtraction, an idea can be  formed of the sun' " duration. If on:*  gives to thy sun a coefficient of expansion ;int?.rmedii.t^ between that of  "mercury^an d*th a^o^H gas-on e-arr i ve _-  at the conclusion that it has taken 1,-  000,000 to 3,000,000'years for the sua  to contract xo it<; p-esent radius; in  particular, it would have taken 10,  000 years to cofrfrAc*: from infinity to a  radius twice its pre-ent radius. Finally, the sun .vill take 200,000,000 years  to contract from its present radius  to half that .sdius, and even then its  temperature at the surface will be  3,000 degre^F..���������Si.ieatilic American.  Won b> a New Hat  Rube Waddell was not' only th6<  greatest left hand pitcher in his time,,  but the most eccentric. Back in ths-  late nineties Tom Loftus, who was the?  only man w.o could handle Rube in,  the minors, took change of the Chicago  Nationals at that time and wanted by-  great pitcher. Ha was authorized by  the club owrers to pay the eccentric-  pitcher $3,500 a year, while two other  clubs already had offered Rube more.  Loftus wet.'t out to meet-the Rube-  one afternoon and said to the southpaw, "Come on Eddie, sign this," ani  presented the contract.  "But, Tom," said Rube, "I can get a;  lot more." . ���������. "  ��������� "That's -'a'i! '���������ight," returned Tom--  soothingly. "Just sign this and wheui  wj3 get^to ^ew -York I'll buy .you tii*  b"est'p"ah"nma~h"a^tliere^i"s~in_tow'nT''���������-  '"That's a go - Tom " replied "Eddie,,  and he'sign.d the Chicago contract.���������  New York Woild.   .  testimonials,   free.  F.   J.    3HKNEY    &   CO.,  Sold  by til  DiUBPr'.sts;  76c.  Take   rlall's   Family Pills  Btlpatlon..  Toledo.   O.  tor   Con-  Stud Gilt���������-How do you pronounce It,  professor, maxixo or macheoch? '  Old Dryasdust���������Neither, Bir, I pronounce it riink foolishness and wasto  of timo.  3ympathy  Some lime pgv Hnwn, who Mves In  a suburban '.ni'g rushed into the kit-  clion whoro nijllior was boss'ug the  preparation of iho evening both, la  ono of her fatln.r'B fUH ho wiu holdlim  hh other 'avid while a cussy expression was floUii'G over his foatures  "Where Is thatrrfiitlfloptic Halve, Minnie?" ho demanded a'most   rouglih  'That infernal r-arro. of your, has bitten a chunk .11: of my hand!"  "What's Ant. Jimmy?" exclalinn.l  littlo wW.iy, wltl a look of groat concern, "Do '.on moan to say that ho  bit a ploco ������.11 tlio way out of your  hand?"  "That's wnat lie did," unsworn I  Jnniofi. '(Menu at a whistle. When  did you say Unit siuvo was?" ,  "Oil, Jimmy, returned wlfpy In ,1  r.'oinplninlng voire, "I do wlnli ym  would bn morn can ful. You kw>v  vary woll Ur. hint tinnier tolJ mo int  to let Unit jm.'iot taste moat undo"  any clrcu uetaiu-OB." ��������� Now York  Globe,  The Furies  Greek mythology created some' female deities whe were supposed to inhabit the lower regions and \isit Miv  earth to avange supposed wrongs and  punish theii' onomies. Black sheep  were sacrlfired to tli'em at night by  Ih* lUht of torches ancl they wore rep-  rciieiiaf.d as liorrld looking creatures,  wealing long Hack robes, with snaky  locks, buiodbhot eyes and cUwliko  nails, Sometimes they had snakes or  tori'.iics in their hair and carriel  scourges .) slck'os in tholr hands,  The Freer.'* nllod thoso Imaginary  creatures Erinyes, and tho Romans,  adopting the same Idea, called them  furies. Vergil represents thom as will,  ing agents employed by tho higher  gods to stir up. mischief, strife and  hatred on the earth,���������Philadelphia  Press.  . The Poin. ci View  "You sang off tht key!" evlaimo-1  the musical oirec'or reproachfully.  "Sir!" rep'ied the young but haughty soprano'. ''Wlm'. you moan to say is  that yotir orchestra occasionally fai'ad  to harmonize wllh my voice."���������Exchange.      \    ��������� / y  ���������' Near Fatality  "An' vou woro at MacDougal's last  nicht?  "Whal kind 0' malin is he?"  "Leeb-ol wi' his- whisky, but tin-'  quality o' It's that tndeefrent I verr.t  near left some'���������Exchange.;  "Why don't'>ou nrush your hair?"  nsked tlio man of eho boy with the  frowsy head  "Ain't got nc brit'h." '       <  'Why don't -.ou msc   your  father'.  brush?"  "Ilo abi't ijot no iirusli,  ��������� No 'iruBh? Why hasn't ho a  brush?"'  "Ain't got no hnlr."  Complacent  "How does ycur cook tnko It whoo  you go Into the kitchen and tell her  how to do things?"  Mrs. Wyo���������"Oh, Bho doesn't mind.'  ���������Boston Trunscript.  w u. l tots  Grnas Drskett  To rcnUiro bit frwrsniee ot biuftiAt  initftf from twvo.x si-entrd prisa, aft>:r  thoy luivi) tpparnntly   lost It  phing'  j them   jnti)   bi'liin-r   ���������niter,   rtuioilnA  ,th"ni -ilrno.s-f Jnyf���������nf���������>*.  Keepb.p Your Word  Tlio following quotation (rom Do  Morgan's "Whon (JlmHt MpuIb Ghost"  may lioln a fow to sen tlio moral Ibhiio  more dourly Mr Jerry bugnr. iooluy,  "You can't Jo more than Iccpjj your  word, Mj." * ��������� * Mo, a lino old  ov-nrl/ollt'litpr, roi/llofi; ���������  "Yes, you ow J^cy, You can licnp  jour iiio.ti.ni, Aud jvu uni An uwr'i  than that. You can keep to what tlin  other party thought you mount, wlu-n  you know. 1 knov this time. 1 ain't  In a court 0' justice, Jerry, dodfc'l'i'  about, and 1 kiuw when I'm s'tuaru by  iho luul.'  Minard's Liniment Cure* DUtemper  'Curing" DleenseB  "Wltnt Is 11 euro?' iih!<b the editor  of tlin Lon.ion Lancet In roprovliu'  doetorB. tor tho loose way In whldi  they uso thu word. "Nothing ovor  gets complo'o'y wel'" <h an aphorism  of a groat modioli 1 philosopher.  Only whon tin rnuna of 11 lIbciipgiI  condition luu leyr. runovod, 111 olYt'oN  heutrallzsd md the organism protect-  ml (igainst I'.s activities In tlio future  have wo tl.o right to Sponk cf tlio  "euro" it the p.'.tiont, Ib tho editor's  opinion. Immunity conferred by hucI.  a euro, ho nays mnv lio only fnipo"-  nry.   "When a disease process is onlv  limll...!   or   .liu'i   At   suvl   lt������     Mrthor  Cruel KHneBS  "What's the matter, old man?"/  "Oh, 1 vo had a bit of hard luck.'  "Havon". been hit ln the stcck mar'  Uot, I hope?  "No, a foi ow who protonds to bo a  frlond or. :ni:io nat a box at tlio oporn  and ho has invUed my wifo ond myself to go a������ hit guwjts next Tuesday  ovcnlng,"  "I Bhonldn't car tliat hard luck"  "You would L It mndo It iiecosuvy  for you lc tuy y.mr wife a now nnt.  now golvoB, now bI k .tockinss, now  twolvo dollar nlioos, n now Rown, a  now opo.n dual: and rent a taxlcao  for the nlgiic."--Clilcuso Record.  Ai- Beds Well  The' most ecsential thing about a.  bed Is t'.iat it shou'd be well aired,  says the Da>.s News. The flist rains:  in the morning when you are ready to  leave your room th' covers should ho  drawn well down from the-foot of the'  bed and left to air foi some time ove/'  the  foot-board.       , /  It seems unnecessary to many td.  tako the covers off the beds entlrolv  every da> lf the imUress Is in twot  parts, as tha largest half is all that  needs to be turnod, and this should always be kept at the top of the bed,  Wnlttljr'o Visitor  PUgr'nia used to visit Whlttier con- ���������  tinually. A typical ono camo froiir  Missouri, Tho'igh Icld that Whlttloc  had a headache, ho.forced Ills way  lnto tho poet's stud> where he declar  ed that lie a.lored al. Whittler's work*,  which ho Knew almos* by heart. Ho  asked Wh'tt-or to wile his name sav-  oral hundred Mines on a large sheet.  of foolscap, so that lie could cut out  and distribute thu autographs among:  his Missouri friends ln fact, It was nlL  the poet cou d do to koep tho ontluu-  iastic MlBBo*..*lan from clipping all the-  buttons from his coat as souv.enlrs,  "And al! Mie t'-no'��������� so Whlttler  would ond tho anccooto pliathetlcally  ���������' all th". tiniL lie oalled mo WUlto-  taker."���������Exclange. ���������  Pls.no Phylng  Once rtuli'iiBlel.i said: "Po yon  know why nlimo p'.nytiiR Is so illlf  cult? [localise It Is prono to bo either  affected or emo afflicted wllh niiinne*-  iHiiiH, and .wh-ii Uich-i two pltfallH unluckily iwol'H then It is liable to be  ���������dry. The imtli ILb botwoor. thoso  throe mlHdilifH."  NEW DEVICE MAKES CLEAP ICE  Airholes end vbn.iur> 2ores are Ellm  nated  Tho manufacture! ?f absolutely clonr  lco, free from opnquo coreB, alrhoioti  MUI1 ulUiulll 'h' uro ot ,\\"inini\ wntor  ppronrt    pri'vontPd, wlillo tlio ciiHiuil | (���������n   |,Pon   ncccmriU'hnd   throiif.li thu  Didn't Get His Money's Worth  "Ikoy, /at h dot book you're reading?" asked  kiy'i. fntlier.  "About Chuliiin Caesar,  .adder."  "Und wlm , biiBlti'jHH vim ho ln?"  "Ilo wiui ;i rolj-.'r  and von he voi  a battlo he wired homo, 'Vonl, vlul,"  "l hoi lie w-n* Iwnikrupt���������3iidi ov  agent romaliiH, wo bi.ouUI Hpeak 01 iu  rest, but no*, of cure. When.' grave  organic <l.tir.i>go ba-: oecnrreft an:]  function ha:, l������������on romtornd hy vicar.  Ions activities wn Bhould speak of tho  rc'.-L'M i" ono of rnrnlr or cnnir.nnaa  tlon."  iravnganv..'.   Vy, he could mm,! seven  wWlc  ������������^������  \a ^^?���������L  Q?,,,  more words ^^.a^"        " ;?=. r^fi"^^^l  "I Biippor.0 inls.i, you nro droamlng  of Hprlng?"  "Oh, yet; hetnute t������U around me is  ho green!'-���������Si ni/ili-lseinmfl.  Her Alibi  Much to t'.e ci.rlouB littlo girl's AU-  gust her cdest shter and hor girt  friends nnd quickly closed tl'o door  of t'10 back pnror boforo she could  wedgo l.er .\mn\\ ttut tn atiioiit; tlr.m.  Sho waltei* u.icaBlly for a little   re-  no  no  co.itrolled no longer. "Dodo:" ������h������i  called In i������ac-uin :oni*s, as Bin  knocked unco again. "Tolu't mc! It's  mamma? "  agency of a pump which ktiepu the  freeziiiK wator fn circulation without  aerating it. Agltat'on of tho wafer  Is necoisnry for tho production of  traiiBparont ' '0 but fn tho past c.ils  i;.,��������� i���������.,vi ,Mffi."iilt tn irr>t without blowing air lato he conta'nine tank, which  roHiilts In tho -ormatlon of opaque  contre cores  i,,^ _ I,           - ������������������  Jock���������Yoi vo won tho Ilrst prlzo In  tho rafflo,' nd vot yo'ro mUoruliiH  Sandy��������� fob : It woro jlst ma luck,  buyuir l������������i tit-kotd v/hoo ono wad ha"  dom'.  It*w������re Jlst a Baxpenco wasted.  ��������� mint?.  "What ls tK dilTeionco botweea  (lrniness and obHtliuicy','" asked a,  young lad> of noi (laiu.o,  "PlrmnoBB" wna hia gallant reuy,.  "Is a nohlo chiractarlstlc of women;  obstlnancy is .. 4anicintablo defect la  men."  plubedierce  "Ho klsBod '.no nnd I told nlm not.  to lull 0: It." , .���������  "And whin i'd0 ho do?"  "Why. It wasn't two inluiitos bof-jro-  ho ropt'iited It,'  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc  ' Was It a b.i,. ncnidont?"  "Woll, I >uib knocked speocholsfl,  nud my wh.ei wnj knocked spoko-  Iosb "���������ChrlsMnn llei'lstor,  After a maj grows older nnd Rota,  settled do vn, -l.o ki owledgo tlmt ho  hurt mlBsIn* much down town Is 1*  grout 'actor toward keeping lilm at  home at nlg'it         The Comi'.B piker���������How mnny ar>  iboro In tlin. bunch of PorttiguoBO?  Tito Land ndy���������Six. A 1'urtuKuiwv  ti I'orii'Aiiu- t-r ma tour UUlc Tortiv  BOslliiBB.���������Chlcngc News.  Coral I (in car)���������Yea, l'vo jr.st dor..-  15 inlU-c en p ga'lou.  Tramp���������Lucky cove! An' Ivo Jubi  'nd ter do 00 miles 0? a plnlj���������London  Opinion.  r K fc t-  All ChrUttitm- ulioula read out pnmpri-  lotn on: ���������,  "Where nre the de-idT"  '���������What   ���������   n<* Soul?' .,,._.  ������������������How JebJti Hreached to tbe Spirit*  In Prison."  ������������������The   nicn  Mar   In  Helt."  ���������������Thlevti ,n Paradi������e"  ,111 ^dlpriifliv (vntfi'nrd.  :i'h_ nkuvu A't ah ������rni freo pout pnli*  nn������. 1 i-iiUMf. ......  >v*j        "'������������������   ,''1'   ecno    Mi*    ilir.v*   fivn  V7������������ fiAinMi^'-if i������t������������I nur sppclnl t>i������������ lc -  let fit .inu'nl in "Wtiai Wny.lho rierip-  .nr,-* Omul H<)1 ' till p<i������i 'pnld oil ro-  ol|.1  .f  10   *.FNT6.  Inlernatianal Bible Students Association  M ALLO*V*V -Vt., WINNIPEG, tH.iHi. 'Hjri ���������'��������������������� ffny^wwu^M^n  NOTICE ia hereby Riven tb.t application will be made lo th.  Superintendent of Provincial Polioe,  Victoria ' for a  , license to sell liquor  by  wholesale uptmi  the preii'iaea situated on Lot 6, Block J5,  Cumborlaud Townsite, Cumberland, B. C  CIA LI M QSS ATTO, Applicant.  .Dated tuis Is!; day of Geiobei-1&13.  NOTIOK is hereby given that on the lirst  day ot Djombar next application will be  ��������� made to the Superintend������_fc of Provincial  Police, Vietoria, fer the renewal oi tho hotel license to sell liquors by retail lu tne  faotel known aa theL>rn6 hote., uituatod at  Comox, L<.0. ., GWc-k M. BA_x<>w  :QAtedOatoherI, 1913.     .       ������  ���������NOTICE is Hereby given lhat on the  first day of November 1914, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial I'oIiqc, for a reuewal of the  ���������Alulc.iale liqii v license u|>nn'the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection '., Nelson District.  PiLRKNKR ftKEWINO COMPANV.  I).itccl .September 3u, 1914  ������������* ���������������������������������������**���������#������*���������<  NOTION 'la Hereby given tliat ou the!  flrfit d.iy of .Desceuabcr noxi application will  be made to tho Superintendent of Proviu-  ������ial PnUeo, Victoria, for the renownl o&t.hei  iiotcl lwotyje to sell liqiiora by retail iu the!  Siotol kuov 1 ns the Wilson hufcl, _ituate<l!  &t Ution Bay B.G.  ALPUKl) lUl'Ktt HOHNMi  Dated September, i������,mi  ���������i*Kmi*Kmmmmtm^^Bmmmm*mmmmi****ammmim*a&m**utai?i*^*������**  NQTIOB is horoby gixetx that oa the,  _iraf 2ay of December nextapplicatioajwill  bo made to the Superiuteudeui of Proriu-  cisl Police, Viotoria, for a renewal of the  hotel' license to sell liauoru by retail in  *iift hotel kuowu as tbe Union hotel, sit-;  uato at Union, B.C., John N. HcLwd,  . Dated September, 23, 19 U  STOTICg- U bowby gives tliat ou the!  first day of Deoimber next, application  will be n*Je to tho -Superintendent of the'  Provincial Police, Victoria, for the renew  nl of the hotel license to sell Ik&uors by,  'srotail in t^o hotel kuown as the Wuodhus  Stopping Place, nitrite at Oyifcer Uiver,  iu the Province nt Brittnh Columbia.  ,At?jks Woodhcs.  'DfodSeptettiber23,191-4.  NOTICE is herein- giveu  tm/b on   the  first day of Dsceuilier uest application will  -be_.madfl-to_the.B-ni>6ri ut__a3_!u____LlV_j__!_.,_.  ������������,.wi'i'������,<.^i->iiit,.Ho������ifitw>w*������y''-T^  fg& wm^,. mmmt-Atm, mtrms. .col-uothl,  !  -of British Columbia, Ltd.���������  0 ,     THE S. S. OOWIOUAfl   WILL SAIL AS {J.NDEP. .     "  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Route ���������  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. m  Tuesday 11 p, m*  Leaves Uniou Bay, Sunday, 5 p. m Tuesday, 12 o'clock,"noon  For Denman Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday,  For Nanaimo, Uniou Bay and Como*:.  Subject to change without ootice.  8 pm  ���������  J.   N.   McLEOD      PBOPSiETor,  .English 4 s BUItTON aiwaye on tap vAso, tho famous MILWAOKBS  BRER8���������Anhonser, Boheacian, ������ch!tz, &<j. "OLD GREY BEAftD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beat Wines and Liquors of all kinds  Thu goardtag aud Lodging Oepartinent, under the immediate superlntoodonce  wlll b_:tound First claaa in every respect.,"  KATES  t.i.00 per dey ond Up  mrniss^tt^i^^^-m^m^y^s^^  oial Police, Victoria, for the renewal o_.the  hotel liconeo to sell liquors by rotail iu the  boiel known aa tho Neluatn .Intel, situated  at Union Bay, B������. Johj* Fkaskk  Dated September, 23, 5*14 -  ���������Brewers-  NOTICE is hereby givea thai on the  ���������first dayof Ducomber next;applicaton will  bo made to tho Suporintundeatof FroWccial  Police, Victoria, for tlio renewal of tbe 'ho  ioi licaiiM to aoll liquoru by retail io fho  hotel known ao tlio Kveraide bovol, aituatee  at Courtenay, RC 0. H. Fmcusou.  Ditcd Stptceubior 23, 191*.  The Courtenay Hotel  lCv*.ry ������omTonien(V2 (or gucsta.  The Oomfctal Hotel ifor B^ortamen.  J*Jon������ but ibe tie.it of Wi-ces ftftd Liquors  .41 Ilx: Hur.  ������ATKS REASONABLE  VI.   )'...'.������  ".--.I'  Jdin Johnstem,   Prop  ir*.muMitf^w>������������������������������������*���������������������������1 * t^mmmanmmmm^tmmtmm  QiVSSr  . Better,. Cheaper "II.an Most Dairy Fe<������ds  Vasrcwi'ver .MHfog & Cram Company, Ltd.  Distributors        . N f\NAIMO, B. C.   ,  CANCELLATION OF KE-  ,  . SERVE.  NOTICE IS I1ERERY GIVEN that  ihe reserve, the notice of ������hich"appear-  ���������d in ilia 11, C. Gazette on the 271lul.1v  of. December, 1907, is cancelled in so far  ,is it relates to the following parcels of  Hand:���������lhe \V. 1 2'.oft he JJ. E. 1-4, lhe  S. \\\ 1-4 and the S. 1 1 of the N. W.  i-4\\cstof the river in Section 4; the'S.  E. J-4, the S. E, 1-4'of the S. W. 1-4  and the-N, E. 1-4 in Section 5; the S.  i-2 of the S, E. j-4 in Section Sj the S.E.  i.4i the S. W. j-4 and the E. 1-2 of the  .\\ E f-4 in ScGiion 16, and th. E. 1-2  of the b. E f-4 and N. 1-2 in .Section 21,  all in Township 3, S.iyw^id pisirict, and  th'e N. E. 1-4 of ihe N. E. 1-4 in Section 32; the N E 1-4 of the S W 1 4.and  the N W t-4 andN 1-2 of the N E*'i-.t in  Section J3; the N 1-2 of the N' W 1-4'  and tbe'N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 in Section  34; And the S 1-2 and'N W 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in Section 35, all in Township 6,  Say wand District.  The said lands will be open forentry by  pre-emption on Monday, the i'8th day of  May at the hour of 9 o'cloek   in the fore-  :noon; all applications  to be made at the  office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.   No Pre-emption   Record shall  include mose than 40 acres ���������<_( land except in case* wberc-it is .desirable to include small fractional  portions of lega-l  Subdivisions; information in which con  nection may be obtained bom plans  on  view at llie above mentioned Agency.  K.A.REN WICK  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,   Vieioria, Ii.   C,  February nth. 1914.        ������ ,    ��������� .  '     . oLIQUOR ACT 1910.  .    Section iii.  NOTICE Fa hereby gireo that  one month - ' frotrf date,  application will be made to tho  Su*|erir)teiidetiiof Provincial police for a license for live eale of  liquor by wholesale in iind u^on  the prenais.03 Bit*aated in tha town  of Courtenay, B. C, known and  described as Lots SO und 31, Scc-  li_o_ii^6_l_ '     -   - -���������   \pril,  IN TH E COUNTY,. COURT OF  NANAIMO 1IOLDHN AT  NANAIMO, '  IN TIIE MATTER OF Heary_  Ricliardeou ShultK, deceased, i������-,  testate, .laty'of Stra������dby, Rupert  Distract, B. C.  AND'  IN THE MA.TTEU of the ''Official Administrators Act," ���������  TAKF KOTICK that by order'of His Honor Judge Jlarkor,  mado on the lOtli dayof June  1914. I was ��������� appointed AJ-  ininistrator of the Estate of th"  abovo-inentioned deceased, tuid all  parties having claims a^aliist tlm  said estato nro horoby required tu  furnish samo', propo'rly veriiiwii, to  nie oil or Ijofori) the 15th day of  July 101-1. AND all pur-  ties indebted lo said wstate, are re-  qui rod to pay tin* "amount of tliyi;  iudcGtedness to mn  forthwith.  Dated this 10th day of June  10U-. .,  \V, Wksi.ky Willard,  OHicia'l Administrator,  Cuniberlfuid, 1). C.  Taos tJUMS*  ft_������fct������a ���������  ������0*TiiW(KT*&'SA  tycCKlitothi, tt Iti out  A ktD'i5������CT4lf Uluswal*! v^ilv. ,Cv������*A t*>    ���������  wlirtwi yf coy f<il<).Miaa lOMnrt.    T^iim ivt ���������  C-fiitriit, tW.TT, ������ y*ar, jtcwtuio cxpito,   .V_4 uer  al! n������rtAcaler������i,  ijfimciifew.&Fi^W'jjfcBiiiCw.je.a , --  ��������� ^*^������a������^ ��������� mm r<"������w mtm m*^ m*mr^***to* 19 m m ^ ��������� ******  CANCELLATION   OF RE-  ���������   SERVE,  O. K TARBELL  *mum0ummmM*mw0immBmi*mmMmmmmmmm*  m*MMJmm������'~^^m-mmmtm^^mmmmam^mm������m^i^mmm  HIGH GRADE STOVES  A'wl all KITCHEN r.DTENSILS  Spoilsmens Goods  % nntl ^  1 General Hardware  ^y^t.^t^it^^'f^U^^^^^'}  NOTICK IS JLEUEBV GIVEN tliat the Reserve, a notice of  wliich appeared in the Bril'ish  Columbia Gazette 011 the 27th  day of December, 1907, is cancelled in so far as lt relates to  lands covered by Expired Timber License No. 42936 and  known ns Lot No. 374, S.iyw.ard  District; and that the said lands  will be opened for staking for  pre-emption as ttusttrveyed lands  in compliance with the provis-  ���������ions of the "Land Act" at 9  oPclock in the forenoon on Tuesday,, August Hi 1914. Eor  further infovniintiou apply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,  through whoso oflice all .appli-  catiows must be made, '  It. A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lauds.  ��������� Lauds   Duparttucut,   Victoria.  B.C., June 10, 1914,  SUMMER SCHEDULE.,  Train6 will arrive at Cntnbei'-  kud fi'OJii Union Bay at H.HO on  Tuosday, Thmrsday and Saturday'  oveni'tigs, 4wj<1 will loavo for Utiion  Bay WtKliietxlay and Friday at 7  in the morning, and on Saturday  at. 0,30 ui tho oi'oning. Thoro is  uo chango' in tho   S. y. Cowichan  ehedulo.  ********** t*mm*<mm  DISSOLUTION OV PAKTNKRr  WHIP.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks  timber or wood, oi!auy deucriptiodn  wlonging to tl)������ "Wellington Colliery Co'y., or frotn or off the land  of tho eaid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company'���������?  land will hu proitwiuted to tho full  extent of tlio law,  .   J. II. LOOKAfU),  Goneral Manager,'  Colliory Oo,y,  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  S'EALEI'  "Tcndc  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.      ,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the reserve of fonvjuorc:  ancl of the coal under the sea  fronting ou Nelson and ��������� New-  castle Districts, uotice of which  appeared in the B. C, Gazette  on the 6th day of������January, 1910.  is cancelled.       ,  R. A. Renwick,  Depu-ty, Minister of Lands.  Lajids Dep'artmewit, Victoria,  B. C.,'23rd June, 1914.  mm! ������������������������������������    ���������--   .. ,>   .      ���������   LAND REGISTRY   ACT.  IN THE MATTER pf an, Application i'or a fresh'Certificate  of Title to Section 5 Comox  TDisti:ict. - ; -  Duted this l,r>th day of  19 U. ,. *  *   . ., "���������  UKION" BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad Rtilel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 191.0.  ������     Ssctiou 42.  NOTICE ie twreby given thi.t,  on the int day of Becemher next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Polico for renownl of the hotel licence  to eoll liquor hy retail in the hotel  known as Ine MaluGpina Hotol,  ���������i'.unto ni Lund, in the Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 3rd day of October,  10H.  FRED THULIN  Applicant  NOTICE is hereby given ol  my intention at the expiration oi  one Calendar month fvom,...thc  first publication hereof to.iss^e a  fresh Certificate of Title in lien"  of tlie Certificate of Title issued  to Thomas Beecroft Ussher La-  con ou the 3rd day of September  1891, and numbered 12567 A,  which has been lost.  .DATED at the Land Regis-  try Office, Victoria, B. C, this  23rd day of June 1914. ���������  S. Y, WooTTox  Registrar General of Titles.  No. t$ Mini; School.  EALE I") TENDERS, superscribe*  ler for No. S Mine School,"  will be rooeive'd hy the Honourable ttir .  M'-nistrr of Public Woiks up-to noon of  Tuesday, the 19th d-iy of May 1914 far  the erection and' coninleiioii of'n two-  room school-house at No. S Mine, Cmi������-  berland, iu the Ccinox Elecioral Distiict.  Plans, specification?, contract aud .  ftiimsol tender may be seen oh and af-  t-r the 'ist dat of ^-ay-  1914, at the offi.e c o f ^  Mr. J.' liaird, Covcrnmcst Aj-cfiit, Zwa-  burlsnd, B. C; Mr. A. J. Sutherland,  S������rcr������*<uf ef ilia Scttbol Uuwd, CtuaDVr-  W.n<l' 6. fe~._ at-i ii������ _**jsM:tos*j������i ai  ViAVfc Works, f icrwUk.  Hy  application,, 10   rkc   ������ta*h\r_������ga*1,  coHtractors niav obK*:u  n  mwv. of tlw  .j.  plans and s|.ecificati������_# far live lin *f  ten doltars ($io), itlt\*k vVA. )ta -m/*������������s-c4  oa returning t������.i'A(t ia jao������l mrint.  Each pfeewttEl' wkX be ks4*M*tm&t'  by an r.c������e^lc4 H*sAi cbeijtsc or e*tu&-  c<ite ofd������po������il wn a cb*rwrcd Wat^; vt  Canada, n������nde"pay���������jfile 10 ih������" Hoswur-  able the Minister of i^bfic Work*, fffr e.  .un. equal to io rer e'eut of'.be tond'tr,  which bl������.ill be foneited if tb? pany ick-  derin������ decline tc entej into .sntract  v.hen called upon to do so, ot if be t,\ii  \o coinple'? Mic , woik cvniKicted for.  '1 he cheques or certificates of dtpo-.ii' A  unsiicces'-fui tenderers will be re'.unmd '  iu ihe'h upon the execaiion of t'he  -C.Qntra_ct.__ , ;        "'   -<������������������-  LIQUOR  AOT, 1910  (Section 35)  KOTIClOift hwby givpn that  <,ho pnrinciviJip twrotoforo existing  iiflt������vei!n John Thoionon and Arth-  or Ut'ittou tinder tho firm name  and myl'tiof tht B. 0. ���������GnrnRO, car-  rvtn������ ������u bupliUiGB at CwmhtrrJand,  Ji, C, won on ������a!io 17th day of July,  iilH, duly di<������Bolvwi by mutual  tonflwl. tfho ?>. (5* GariiRG in now  coltily tywuzft '.'Mid wjll honccforth  ia fcWnutoi.1 Uy John Thomson.  Alld<d>u,^'nudi������n previotifl Uj lho  J..Ca rf dUulnuw, airt jjaya^lc to  AiMur Ptvtloii.  V. C, Gnrago.  NOTICK.  Seftkiil tondiM'fi will bo ivcoivcd  by tho Miuifitor of Liuidii not la  tor than noon on tho 7th dvty of  August, 1914, for the yjuri'.luw of  Liconeo X 211; to cut -11^,000  fi'ot of timbor on an wroa ndjoin-  ���������inrr f,ol 174-, Lit thi Vald'on Ir-land,  Ravwurd Wistrict. Ono vear will  ho Mlflwtfl feir thw vcwtovii' of tho.  tJtnhur,  Vr.rthorpartAuilafis of the Chiof  PorcPlor, Victoria, 1^, 0,  LOST Oil STOLKN from Mo.  7 Dopot, ^otiPn bicyclo. plated  vim?, fttraight l*urn.Uolitirt*; Imo.V  v.'heol has froo \v\wiA, hub brake,  two p&tPlii'S on Pmilop tircj on  buck wbct'i. K<������ itiMii^'.iatd <������u  front M'licot. Infonnatioti to IC.  llrontnnll, Kr������. M Mini;, in to .In.-.  \V.'.j.'dj  City Polici', CiWJiU-rltihd.  notk;e.  Riding on locotuntivcH and   rail  way earn of  tho  Union  Colliery  Company by any person  or  per-  sunt--���������-except t'lin orow���������la strictly  prohiiMted.    Kmplnvoon   aro viub-  t������c to d.ismist'iil for allowing Bam-  By ordor  J. R, LOCKARD,      .  General Manned.  LIQUOR AOT, 1010.  Section 42.  NOTICK ia horoby given that,  on the int day of December noxt,  .ipplicntinn will bo mad** to tho  Superiiitoodnnt of Provincial Polico for renewal of the hotel liconce  to nollli<iuor by retail in tho hotel  known aajtlui U'illows Hotel, citit'  ate atCampMl Uiver, in the i'ro-  vinre of BriiUhOoltimlua.  Dated thiH Mth day of October,  CUAItLJflS TII UUN  Applicant  Tenders will not be considered uc!os_  made oiu'on the   forms supplied, iigned  with the actual si^n.uurcs of tljc tcndoi--'  -rr.jjuid   enclosed in the envelopes fura  hbotl.  The lowest or any tender not fiecessur  ily accepted.  J.F.. GKIFFITI'',  Deputy Minister and Public Works  Engineer; Department of Public Works,  Viciom, 11. C", April 28,1914,  my6 my 16  _<><K^$*</^'fr������^*HH><><5*$**������  SOTKJK  NOTICE is hereby given lhat,  ou tho ninth day  ot   May  next,  amplication will bc made  to   the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the yninliug of a license  for the sale of liquor by reUil iu  and upou the premise!; to be constructed iu accordance with   the  plans and specification,'; to bc 'lied with the*   Superintendent   ol  Provincial   Pgiiee,    and   to   be  known as the Pier Hotel, aud to  bu, .situate tvt or ik-ar the govern  , ment wharf at Royston.   Nelson  District, Hrilish Coluinbia, upon  the lauds described as   Lots   tfo  aud 21 iu JMoek I. of the Subdi-'  vision of part of sections 4   and  6 A.  Dated this ist day   of   April,  7<;i4.  for t>hc Milk wagon  with the Gieou Box"  FRESH MILK AND  rARM PRODUCE  Our Milli is tlie prod net  of tlie Uest Fed Cows  VRKSH    MILK  Delivered iuor������ino'& ovening^  I. 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VO'i'iCR   the'   Tu'a'i,,  \\-rr  iS i  <jtyi^)^y������y^^^^fy9fi^ i\ ,������,.,.Vntirm, I    Violin  Strips,  Talking tna-  ������ ] fnrmor, Int nd������ <o iijijly for jmih'" i"' chine needles uud Victor Records  Marry I ducks.       , %  Applicant.;<r\  Gleaning  ..,m ������ ���������1.11,11.1��������� ���������  ������������������������������ I \l*f' ^^  ������I(JU  IWood   Wood!:  S 1 tj inirchrino the followliiu Ao.md w\ lnnd*:  1       Wood %  **' i"'  u$t   N������w 'ti t,:������ U|"*' l������ l'*u00 (;>  ^)    your order   for   SLAJt S,  %                WOOD I  <?2,f;0.. .jii'i- doubl.i load |j  i'roin T4io |  % Star Livery StabSes I  P  {,.'i  .for .sale :\* Aw NTi-\v.-i office.  .viACl'il.M-S  PAIRKD  n. 1%  Commenclnf. at a [mA \ |������m������������il ton ultai s,  cnat uf Hyacinth huh*,������������1 boa ot I' <' !,��������� '��������� ~���������  vj'iaiill kill,    til, ii'l-llC.. W ������ Vi.tl...*. ">> < .  - '     S }���������< \V ( _\ I ������  nliow of lal.o ; Uiu'itu hl������i.i; Hl.oto i.f I tl'������ <  in   11 noiitli-oa������iterly ^inction,   fuiutcii'J j  chuli k   tn tho InU'rusuiion <������f  v.mt liin< ���������  of Jtmtln Dorr t'ro-unptiou j tlnitu������ imt d������,    The Kinder A Rent   ts   .tround  on  Uull  t'ltl'Jl, I     , ,   , ,.,  ,       __     ,   .  ��������� ,.r,:,     ,,ui ������ii(_v ���������vi" be n't-'ndf'7  Nwii. .vt AwiL'y'A To pionip'ly when the   ayeut at*  i  i  lirQ-Mn|itlon luiflWn tliam.t,, pr.ini.il ;L.VCJy unjutli.    Iamvo your  or-  "a""01. '���������"' aaaa'.'a',"i'f. '"��������� '���������''���������  ,',,.,������;���������,;   ',11n    i  11,11 IhtIslill    Kl.Wil  Kepaifing  SHOP  Mrn. Jeiikiti?, Propiictor  OfntU'^wi'H Hultn 01<!������\n������rt otn^5ix  puirert. L*dti>������' Work a Spuiirilty  "..otWoDyftForyeu.''  HonTurtlo Futldli-4',   ihUinrr.u.r Av.i  tyii'S$$7$v&&i',h V*. 3-iA'7<  'Z'X*  lunU MnvCUh, 1MJ  rives in town.  \0!t old mk^vhpapeiis \\y\  Wj: at this okfjck ^j THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  Gives Life  io the  Scrubbing  Brash,.  Old Dutek  Cle&aaser  When i;n Eskimo Dies.  When an KsKinio is dying jou will  notice tlie i.imatos of the. liouse iiuv-  ins ovoryihi'ig out of doors; otherwise  ft would hsi contaminated by thb presence of tli.e.d'.a'l man and rendced unfit for use. Among some trihes the  dying num lu.nself is home outside.  He is nover.taren out through the entrance tunnel but always through the  smoke hole cr back of the house, nnd  the passage 1 th n closed so that his  spirt will not (-.nd its way back. The  Eskimos appear to havo an uicanny  presentiment nf the approach of that  dread r.pirit who comes to one and all.  When yon see them preparing thp  praveclothej of one of their number  who is ill you- may Know that his end  ls near.   1 do not think tliat fhey do  Investing in Railway Shares  Of Uie.'UJ,3l3 shareholders of th������  Pennsylvania road 49 per xent. are  women. Tii.-* increase in the number  of shareholders of the railways in the  United Stats- since 190-1 has been U5  per cent. This, show's the widespread  degree, of interest that is taken by the  'people tlierajolveii in the railways of  the country, lt is also an argument  for government {���������enorosity in dealing  with tlie raaiway.3 in which so many  of the people have invested their savings. The Canadian Pacific* has something like 6f* 000 shareholders scatter  ed over the world. The management  has never c^red to give the number  ir*. each country, but'it is known that  in Germany. Belgium ancl France the  majority of .the  shareholders reside  anything to hasten the end,.although   Hundreds of Ihri'ty French peasants  they maj stab or hang the hopelessly  Infirm at their o.wn request, lt appears .to be. an instinctive feeling  which is common to primitive people  nnd which is often noticed .in ihelow-  er animals.- Wide World Magazine.  Inhaling Water  Undoubted',;' ani'mber of bather,  ���������who are drtwnea meet their deaths  from cramp, cramp is liable to seize  anybody at any moment, ancl when it  comes in detp water few swimmers  have sufficient presence of mind -to  turn on their, backs'and wait quietly-  until the attack has departed. So thev  go under. But there is another dange'-  quite'as mminen*, as cramp, though it  is probably less known. This is water  inhaling. A swimmer or even a wader  Iss "always liable to inhale spray  " th r ou gl i ITiS���������nos tr i Wy~w hi c iTT'pass i ng  through che, pha.-yn . ancl behind'the  epiglottis or'windpipe guard, gets into tlie'Windp.r.o and causes death. As  one would evpect, water inha,ing is  almost wholly confined to the sea'ind  very rarely occurs in fresh water Ail  the samo, it inaj happen anywhere.  ���������   ' Curtain Calls  ��������� "I know a man who had a hundred.  curtain calls in a week "  "I suppose lie was a matinee idol."  "iS'o; he ,vag a bouse furnisher.",���������  Baltimore American.  Wife���������-If you can't sleep, why don't  you see a 'doctor?  Husband (grouchily)���������-And then  have one moro bl.l to keep me awake:  have invested their savings in the  Canadian Pacific���������the peasants who  paid llie Geiman War indemnity in  1870, and who say. iheir prayers, in  spite of the scoffers ancl the abroga  lion of the Concordat It is tbe same  in the oilier countr'es mentioned���������it  is the ii'imbl" but .thrifty classes who  are found nvesting their,, money in  this lilgli-cla&s s^eurity, in- which, curiously enough, thero are comparatively few .argo holders. It is pathetic  ���������the enquire-- that are sometimes  made by humble people from the other  side���������ennuii''fi8 as to the general conditions ofvthe companv, wistful questioning with respect,to the .dividend,  ancl so forfh These are made for the  most part by humble people, wbo have  little -acquaintance with business, but  wbo, having, a littlo money invested  are,anxiou3Aw.b,3r_snj,i,sorX_o_f_.d_oublfliI  rumor reaches them  A Chinaman on the Opium Habit  In the American Magazine appear:!  an arf'cle ^-.titled "A Alodern Opium  Eater," written Ly a-newspaper man,  who became avictim. of the habit and  is now a convict in a penitentiary. In  the.course _i the article the author  quotes as follows what a Chinese den  keeper said to'hli. about the power of  the habit to hold it- victims:  'You no quit. Every man alleetima  say ho quit. Every man alleesame  you. Sniok. one time, smoke two  time, smoka t'eq time, then smoko  alleetimc. Chlnen~an, white men,  choquay (n^gro) alleesame. No can  quit. Bimcby ycu die you quit. Blnie-  by maybe you bloke���������no more money,  no more i'.i.md blow money, no can  leaslem money, maybe you quit ona,  Iwo clays. Bimcby maybe you go  jail, no got fliend bling you hop, no  got money given rollceman catchem  hop, you qua. Ywu got money, no go  jail, you no quit. 1 heap sabe. Dlmeby  you seo."   ' ,  ��������� _ I  Handwriting *  The English are said to produce th*  lest handwriting of all nations; tile  Americans come noi:t; tho French  write badly, csDccially tho ladies; ������lha  Italians vory poorly; tho ''Spaniards  scarcely leg.bly. The two last named  nations con'inuo to use many of the  contracted letters, abbreviations and  orncmentnl l-iie;; and flourishes which  wero common in most European countries a century ago.���������Loudon' Mail.  A Memorable Occasion  Reynold Wolf tells this one of Nora  Bayes: ,-.  Once Miss Bayes was appearing in  a breakfast scene where eggs were being served, ancl a child sitting in a box  made manifest his interest in the food.  Stepping down to" the footlights she  tendered tlu������ youngster an egg, but  his mother drew back her child witn  a sign of annoyance.  "You sliou d let the young man take  it," said Miss Br.yes, quietly. "It is  unique for eggs to be passed from  this ' side of cthe footlights."���������Green  Book   Maga?.ine.  SUMMER COMPLAINTS  .-. KILL  LITTLE  ONES  ExtJcutUns in Europe ' ���������  'Methods (A putting criminals to  death vary. In Europe the guillotine is  the niorto of execution most generally,  employed, Austria, Holland and Portugal are the only other countries besides Groat Britain where criminals  are lianpieil. In Oldenberg tbey are  shot, in Bru'isv/ick they are beheaded  and In Si>air t!uy are garroted.���������London Telegraph  At first sign,.ci illness during the  hot weather give the little-ones Baby's  Own Tablets, or in a few1 hours ho  may be beyond aift. The Tablets will  prevent summer complaint if given occasionally to the well child and will  promptly cure these troubles .if thev  come on suddenly. Baby's Own Tab  lets should be Kept in every home  where there are young childreu. There  is no- oihe. medicine so good and the  mother hac 'he guarantee of a povern-  ment analyst t ia.. they' are absolutely  safe Mrs. Edward Covell, Lombardy,  Ont., sa/s: "A'mother who has onco  used Baby's Own Tablets for her children will never fail to show her gratitude for them. They made a wonder-  Queen Alexandra as an Angel  Probably t. large majority of the inhabitants of tno British Isles 1-egari  Queeu Alexandra as an angel of mercy  and sympathy and gentle kindness, but  perhaps few of them know that slis  actually appeals as an angel ou Len-  dal Bridge, York. , Upon this bridge  an angel is represented supporting the  Itoyal coat tf arms. As a model for  this angel, the late King Edward, thea  Prince of Walts, lent the architect a  beautiful little bust of tho Pr nces_.  who is now Queen Alexandra, and  from this the sculptor who was entrusted wtih the carving of the coat of  arms, modehed the angel's face; Th������  likeness is surprisingly good, and can  be recognized immediately.  In a certain church in the south of  Engiaud the Milage memorlul to the  soldiers of the distriot who fell in the  Boer war, takes tho form of a stained  glass window. One of the designs represents our Lord preachiug and several representative people, iuc.ludliK  a soldier, a rurse and a fisherman,  listening to him. The nurso was designed from a lady well known in the  village for tier charitable deeds, tho  fisherman was taken from the clergyman who was then' vicar of the parish and tho _oldier i_ none other than  Lord Roberts.  There is a font, which has appeared in the press very often in the  shape of a beautiful photograph, in  the church o? Bodelwyddau, near  Rhyl, in N.rth Wa'cs. Tho bowl to  hold tho water is upheld by two girls  carved in marble, and its beauty never  fails to gain the admiration of visitors. The donor of this fontr.was tha  late Sir Hugh Williams, Bart., who resided in the neighborhood. When the  rough design waa submited to him, it  occurred to somebody that Sir Hugh's  own little girls rvou'd make excellent  models, and tho sculptor accordingly  used' them for this purpose. The littlo  girls have now, of course, grown up  and reside in London.  The daughter of the Chancellor of  the Exchequer. Miss Lloyd George, ap*  pears in a stained glass window in  the Congregational church at Peck-  ham at St. Ceoilia'playing the organ'.  It is a window which many people admire, for it is very charmingly designed and co'cred, but many people  who look at it are unaware of the identity of St. Cecilia, and now that she  has passed away this window consti-  tues one of h.r most beatuiful memorials.  Visitors to Al1 Souls' College chapel,'  Oxford, are -.truck with Its splendid  screen, upon which more than one  modern celeority do^s duty as a king,  saint or Knight. Perhaps the finest of  these is a figure of a Crusader, which  was modelled from the late Marquis  of Salisbury whose fine, upstanding  figure and b ,ld ;.lance evidently commended him to the ��������� sculptor for this  part.���������Tit-Bits.      ���������* .    ,  ful change iD tinrhealllfofTryHittlC'  ones." The Tablet** are sold by medicine deiler-s o** bj mail at 25 cents a  box from Tlie Di\ Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville.. Ont  A fiuhurlnn minister, 'during his  discourse on Sunday morning said  "fn each blade of prnss there Is a ser  nion." The following day ono of his  florjk dlscov-'Gd the Rood man pushing  a lawn mower iib.-mt, and paused t'i  Bay: "Wm pars.<n, I'm glad to seo  you engage;! in cutting your sermons  short."  Coffee   Keeps  You  Awake  In (Iriuvliife u comparison between  coffee and ^a the results show that  whllo tlu ilkal id cafiolno 'n coffc--  is identical with that In tea, yet lc*  Mrs. \x-v- -Ciio'L nft'nft to lot mo go associations in coffoo aro quite ditto the Honnli'ira! Why not? My liniiM fovent. In >oa infm-Jons the alkaloid  tliorii wo.ildn I v-osl .mielbinor. than it occurs ihiel'iy as a taniiiito. which Is  Ao1'* ,K!,,o- a (!iiiii|ioiind  Insoluble    In   the    aci:l  ARO���������, ii'lm . Hint, my linn-, hut j���������jtCH 0r ,.;,_ Hti iniioh. In coffee it  think or nl! tho money I'd have <o; ocoui-h n������ an e.isllv soluble compound,  np-tid onlar;'.hliig myself In your ah-   ||f,,.c wm,|,i nppo'ir to be tlio explan  It Eases Pnin. Ask any druggist or  dealer In mtvl-'dres what is the most  popular of the medicinal oils foi pains  in tlie joints, in tbe muscles, or  rervea, or 'ur n-juralgia and rheurpa-  tism, and he will tel". you that Dr,  Tlicmns' IWeciti'j Oil is in greater  demand thar. any other. The reason  fcr thifl is rl'at it possesses greater  healing qua.'tloj than any other oil.  An Easy One  Somebo'dy writes m and asks us a  conundrum as follows: Why is a steel  cellar door nke a glutton's dinner-'  Because it is **-ouei' down, it course.  ���������Chicago Post.  Paraguay's GJant Wasp  Paraguay is  the heme  of a giant  wasp so terr'ble that most native forest hunters -ear i'; more than tuey do  snakes, centipedes or spiders.  ������eiiR������.'-���������BiHitun TmiiKcrlpt.  We Do  the Cooking  You avoid  fussing over a  hot stove-  Save time and energy���������  Ifnven dish lhat will please  the home folks!  A package of  ii tlui nf the prompt adlon ol coffee  as ii nnlr.ritivo and rtlmuluni, particularly when employed as an nntl-  ft An to jure iti". poisons. In the siimio  way coffee "ro^nlily serves io overcome to somo extent the nur-  colic effect of alcohol, and lo render a  perron wnk.'ful owl tin to Its stlniuliU  lug olttK'l ayioa the central ncrvoii".  HyHtom,  Not Muci. Mind  Pinhead���������'Tis the mind that maker,  Uie body rich  Mis3 Pickles���������Dor.'t worry. Poverty  Is no crime ���������Birmingham Age-Herald.  Vacation Joys  'Twill soon be lime to fly away  '   And spend two weeks on hill and  plain  And almopt every other day  Sit on a porch and watch It rain.  "Old Hickory" ,-  , The following story is told of how  Gen er al_An d r e_w_ jacks_on _got Jiis_title  of "Old Hickory." Captain William  Allen, who was a near neighbor of the  general, messed with him during the  Greek war. During the campaign the  soldier-, were moving rapidly to' our-  prise the Indian- and were withouc  tents. A cold March wind came on,  mingled with-sleet, which lasted for  several day-i. General Jackson-got a  severe cold, but did not complain as  he tried, "o' sleep" -in a- mudd'y^-bottomi  among his half frozen soldiers. Captain Allen aad.bL; brother. John, cut  down a-stoui. hickory tree, peeled' off  the bark and made a covering i'or the  general, who was with difficulty persuaded to orav/1 under it. The next  morning a drunken citizen entered tho  camp, and, seeing the tent, kicked tt  over. As Jackson crawled fronj' the  ruins the t.jper cried- "Hello, Old  Hickory! Come out of your bark and  jlue us In a drink."  REPEATING  HainmerlessSafe   *^&  W EVEN if you are not shoot-ng a<Reming-  ton-UMC Repeating .Shotgun yourself  ���������you have seen it in action at the traps or"  in the field. .;  * ���������<cy������u heatKitl* opinion expressed by keen sportsmen about it-  Finest pun of its kind,"  centanSSrf8^���������?-? yC?U Ca" TdApend or--Bre������h mechanism perfected by tho   ,  century-experienced Remington-UMC inventors. ' "���������  shows vZthrp^^n0^,^ rh^ Re.m*ne*������->UMC Pump Gun-the dealer who  snows you the Red Ball Mark of Remington-UMC.  To keep your Kun cleaned and lvibrlcatcd RIGHT. v$o Rem Oil.  the new powder iolve.it, rust preventative, and Bun lubricant!  REMINGTON"ARMS-UNION METALLIC, CAPTRinQn CO. ' .Wiad.o,. Ont.Ho  Pickpockets  Pickpocket.- ordinarily travel in  mobs and arc of two distinct types-'  one small oi medium statin e, the  other- tall ai d musclar. As a general  rule, the age runs from eighteen to  thirty-live. Their hands are soft, show  no signs of woik and the lingers of all  except the "stall", and particularly tho  fingers of the "wire" are long and  slender. Tlu-ur eyes are shifting and  furtive. Their complexion is general  ly sallow and without distincf, color,  this being due either to'prison pallo>  in types or tc the use of cocaine or  other drugs." The cocaine users show  drawn features, prominent cheekbones $nd usually have distinct rings  around the eyes. Tl.e temperament of  pickpockets i������s high strung, because  of the. dangers of the profession -or  from the use nf drugs. At the same  time they r.re polite almost to the  point of obsequiousness. They seldom  carry weapons and almost never resort to forco. On duty they dress to  suit the occasion, generally well, but  not conspicuously. They avoid wearing anyfhing that might lead to identification.���������Chicago News.  Tiie Mean Thing  "Why are ycu mad at her?"  "I met her on the car today, and sho  said, "Oh, let me pay your fare!1 and I  said, 'Oh, yr," mustn't, and she didn't"  ���������Houston Post.  Minard's  theria.  Liniment    Cures    Diph-  Wise ln One Way  "I don't want to brag about myself.  I've done many foolish things in my  time, but I've been wise in one way."  "What's that?"    -  "I never had the idea that I could  paper a bedroom myself."���������Detroit  Free Press.  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslow's  Soothsng Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIQ  PATENTS  Fethe.-stonhaagh & Co., head office,  King street east, Toronto, Canada.  Good at Figures  . Sammy Avas not prone to over exertion in the (Classroom-, therefore his'  mother;was-'j; both surprised and de-  -lighted when he came home one noon  with the announcement, "I got 100 tliii  morning."   a;1  "That's lovely, Sammy?" exclaimei  his proud mother, and she kissed him  tenderly.   "What was it in?"  "Fifty in-.Reading and fifty in 'rlth-  metic."���������The Multitude.  v.  The Other Way'  'T hea:d tha'. Rantei broke down in  the middle of his sneech the other  night," said the man who was keptat  home by'illness.  . "Not exactly." replied the man who-  was there. ' The meeting broke up  right in the middle- of his speech."  The Foe o; Indigestion.���������Indigestion  is a common ailmeDi and few are iree  from it. It is a most distress'ng complaint and often the suffering attending it is most sovere. The very best  remedy is. Parmelee's Vegetable pills  taken according to directions.- They-  rectify the irregula. action of the,  stomach and restore healthy action.  For many years they have been a standard remedy for dyspepsia and ih'dl-.  gestion:and are highly .esteemed tor  iheir qualities.   , .,  "I ,see New York did considerable .  begging  for  one  of  those    reserve  banks."  "What of it?"  "Oh,  nothing.    New York used to  dictate."  One.on the Professor  Professor (discussing organic and  unorganic kingdoms)���������Now, if I  should shut my eyos���������sc���������and drop  my head���������so���������and remain perfectly  still, you w.nr.rt. say 1 was a clod. But  I move, 1 leap. hen. what do yon  call me?'  Bright Pupi;���������A clodhopper, sir.  In Danger of Repeal  in^heTold~d ay s;"w lie H~5ral~evam i n v-  tionwas still the thing, an examining  board . was  pummeling  an   applicant  with questions from Blackbtone. "Kent  and other legal lights.  "I didn't jtudy anything about these  fellows," complained the applicant.  t    "What, did you study?" asked one  of the judges.  ''1 studied the statues bf the state,'"  he replied. "Istudlcd them-hard. Ask  me a question about them ��������� and I'll  show you. That is ,whore I got my  legal knowledge."  "My youn? Mend ' ,3aid one austere  judge1 on the exan Ining' board, vcu  would "better be vory careful, lor some  day the legislature might meet, anJ  repeal everything ycu know."  Minard's Liniment Cures  Garget In  Cows, ���������       ���������  The Other side of It  "Tho earlv bird catches the worm,"  observed ihe suge,  "Yoh " replied tho fool, "but look  how much longer ho hns to wait for  dinner time."���������Cincinnati ISnqulrcr.  Warts Removed without Pain  Putnam's ..'ulrileRs Wart and  Corn  I.xtrnctor neve  falls to romovi> Wnrls,  Corns or Iliini'iiiH   without ;|iafi\  In a  few hours,   ajlve Putnam's a trial.  Post  Toasties  nnd sonic cream or good milk  -r:oiVK*timc"' vi'iflt  hornet* nr  fruit���������  A. breakfast, lunch or supper  Pit for a King!  Toasties arc sweet, crisp  bits of Indian corn perfectly  cooked and toasted���������  ttendy to eat from the  package--  Sold by Grocers.  Caiutdiiili I'ns'.um Consul 'jo., Lui,  Windsor, Out.  Wlnn'ng a Bouquet  AmniiK hi, "tua-ie.s of llnnibiirK hi  Khm KiIwiim'h (l:\vn Mio author of "On  th. Trick nf ill (irent' union (lie i'iik'i  Inn of "'niii.:ii:i'g' (iireMonili.g lion-  (HinlHln lnd'i'. ) on the prnninniiilo mil  tnllH UiIh it:irv of KIhk Kdwunl iiii.i  111.  Hoiiiiiii nrtlHt  Corrndl  Dim iiioniiui. lUmr old correal wat  cnrt'ViiiK ii round c h.uqimt of Harloiisi  jii'np'ir'loiiH of lino ton rimoH which lie  prop .'red pr^ie.Miiig to un Aniorlcii  hull' ;.r whom ho ivvb oiignrly hooIii ui  In lip 'urgo, mush o. proinoiliidorH, \<i  ut on'-i he uiioxpofitJilly ciimo ucrnris  tin: prluco lueoiiipiinied hy Ln:!y Cork,  "C, .oil mori'iiiK 1'ro'oHHor ^orroill', '  nxi'liiliiK-il hln royal IiIkIiiiohh, "How  vnry Idnd o.' you tc think of bringing  l.il'l;.' (,r"*l" ' "*'* '' l������"viftfnt hmiMwfi''  Of ('niiniti timu- wafc nothiiiR loft for  Doth  Sold  DoKoriod Wde >telling grocer her  troiibloHi���������And I triiRtul lilm ko'  tiroeor���������l.:uifound it! So did I.���������  Iloston Trnnsi'rlpt.  When you turn over a now leal  panto it down,���������Puck,  Rfcpcntance  If nur pad; noti-niH reproach un they  cannot bo atoned I'or hy our own severe rnlloctlniifl so (il'fooliially as by a  contrary hohuvloi.���������Stoelo,  A young tnirunor. roceivod Into ono  cvonlin: u note from three ot his fellow pnioclthuiorH-  "IMoiihp iiotnti over to tho club and  Join uh ul a game of bridge,"  '"Mniollo, lour," ho said to his wlfo,  "hero I am ca'.icil away again, it Is  nn Important aiiH"-���������thffro aro three  other doctors jh the spot alrtady,"  Tellnc Vour Age  I know ycu won't believe me wlm  I tell you that I'm only eighteen, but  really when 1 was nine years old peoplo used to taken me for twenty. 1  ���������was always mature and sensible, and  I'vc'always thought n whole lot, an.l  thought Is bjtiMl to leave Us murk on  you, Why, my fatliei had gray hair  whon he waj sixteen, nut that doesn't  moan anything. I have a friend who'fi  only fourteen and yo1 evoryhody takes  hlni for a man ofsi/ty, You can't always judge hy appearances.becauso I  liavo another friend wIio'b thirty-eight  and. lias a fumily and yot ho looks so  yoiiiig people, 'ake him for his owi  son: 1 know you th'uk I'm not tolling;  tho truth, but why people should lio  about t.iclr iprois moro than 1 know.  ���������Now Vork Sun,  Ori>* la Farther Off  A story Is told A a Bailor who decided to walk from Newport to Car  ill i'f.   Ilo met a'carl driver and asked:  "How  far la  it from  Newport to  Cardiff'!"  "Twelve rallou, mintor," was tho ro-  ply.  "Thankoo," mild i>at; "An* how far  Ih It. from V'-O ilii to Newport?"  Driver���������Didn't I toll you how fnr It  was from Newport'to Ciinllff? Do you  suppose lt bi uny further tho .ptllor  way bucliV ,      .....   ,  Irlshiiiiin-Buro rind t don't know i  know it is u (.lent deal fnrlhf.r from  Now Yonr** Day to Christmas thaa  i'roni Clirlstu.as ti New Year's Duy.  Broadening  Bond���������Do"'t vou realize that mar-  rlago broadens a xne.n':  Benedict-��������� Oh. yes; i suppose it can  be put that way but "flattens" Is th*?  word I've alvaj'B used.���������London Express.  Arso "nconvenient  Wife���������Weil, then I'll just buy what  I want and *>avj the bills sein to you  Hub���������Yes, but oughtn't wo to agree  to some limit a~ to the amount.  ' Wife���������Certainly not!   Combination?  In restraint of trade are illegt'i.  A\  mm-Es&vsiaEEBEE  M**  Squlrn���������l'vo not Rronold Mrs. Wig.  tlin irnin.il  Italian lo Uo. but io pare, gins lately,    how i������ ah  with IiIh llowcm and go uml buy nomo  moro for the Aiierlenti lady.  Nearly Spoiled  "V,'." -" *������������������ ','" oiiltor, "bnw nbout  that lilgh-ilf'j Hcaiiilu1 utory? lu It  truo?"  "No, air," Haul the reporter.  "Nn fiioU at all?"  "Nllt   ll   '.l'-UK'e"  "KvorythliiR ilunled?"  "Aliimluii'lj-"  "(loml bo.ivi'UH' Cut it down to  liulf ii pago .hen!"  Mrs. Appl -1*3"���������Dead, sir  Sipilro���������What. Jolaod the groat inaj.  orlty?  Mrs, A.���������Oh in, sir, Sho wns a  pnmi enough witnim, as far uh ; know,  --London uiJiniou.  Salaried Wives  A Now .loraoy juilRj has ruled that  a wife cannot be paid a weekly wngu  for kooplnB lionso, Kyory person Ib on-  lltled IO l'.i) ioi vm'Ji. uu'.h. ilJ .i-113 "i  huiihiitid nnd wlfo do. not pot. up clnlnm  on each other to dofoat creditors, That  Is tho danger when hiicIi bills nro allowed to run for years. Tliero is no  quolHlon whon the wlfo Is paid hor  sahiry overy week,  And that It a goo-i  \Vhoro7or wo moot misery wo owo  pity,���������Dryibn.  relation  of tho Welt  W   N   t.   1015  "Vim  'in-  li'lulm, iiroir* you?  "Vi-������, ft li.-tmii relation."  "Ili.'.v disf.nt?"  "O'.-l!, us .'.'..stunt at tlioy can keep  11  !'���������"  Try Murine Eye  Remedy  If you hnve Red, Weak, Watery Eyei  er Granulated Eyelids. Don't Smart���������  Boothet Eye P������in. UrugoUtt Sell Mi>  rlne Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c, Mu.  rlne Eye 8alve In Aieptlc Tubea 25c-  00c.   Eye Book Free by Mall  At tit Ttait i:*'' |������   AH If* I'..I Hui Ctrt  MURIfiE EYE Hfc-MEDY CO., Chlcajo.  p.u.i  v.. ������*1������  1.  Jlnffllo Vnin  Tha Opposite View  In a oroat Womorn railway car-  rhiRO, on tho way up to London, a  youth had disturbed nml annoyed tlio  other paHHonwb by loud and foolish  vi !U;ir!'H durlnrr n prenf pnrt nf ,h,������  Joiirrioy. At thn train piiHHed Uan-  ufll lunnlle nHvlurr he rcmnrkoil:  '1  nftr-n tnlnk hew nlrp fiat asy  ium looks from tlio railway.'  Siui"- dav" J-Towli'il an old nontlp-  mail "ynu will pn-bcbly hnve o-vn-  fiinn to* retn.rk U������\. ii'i'v thi) ������ail-,vay  \oo\\? fram tin.' iitvlimi."  Build Concrete Barns  and Barnyards  VOU will find that tbey are best  ���������*���������   at first and cheapest in the end.  i ������   - i  t  t-    t   ��������� i .1  ���������" t*y r*t>  ;t burn and many M  i,. tar  ar$ arr ravrt! in lower infturjince rates.   Th^y  need practically no repairs and never need  paintinc.  Concrete barnyards make the best kind  of a fcedine-floor and save many dollars in  feed bills, as your Mock jjci* every puuiue  that you feed to them.  Send for tlui free hook "Whit the Fumer  Can do With Concrete." It ihowi ]u.t how  to build your own coficrne barn, fetding������  floor or any olherboildinjj that you may need.  Farmer'* Information Bureau  C-"}vi Ctment Compioy Limited  506   Herald DulMirtf, Montreal  ,4m THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,. B. ,C.  (U  The "OMEGA" is the last  word in watchmaking and  tbe lirst watch in lime-Veeping.  ELLIS BROS., Limited  IQ8YONGEST. TORONTO  Diamond Importers  for sn'e by  all Jewelum  '-i&M  THE JOHN 1NGL1S CO.,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  The  Joy  of Gardening  Cod Almighty first' painted a   gar-  deu," said Lord Baocu,    una Kipnug  uus roiumdtil us ihat:  Adam was u gardener, and God, who  made him sees ���������  That hull' a yrope*- gardener's work is  done upon his knocs.  With all the'black-break and the  heartache oi expectations unfulfilled,  of work aud worry, of creeping things  innumerable that lay waste our hanui-  craft aud tho exasperating meteorology thatin a tempest overnight assassinates a fonu' hope .'just as it comes to  flower or fruition, what gardener who  deserves the name would relinquish  the. proud satisfaction that is so near  to the primal j6y of creation?  'Many are they who build their lives'  day by day, into the life of the up-  growing plant; -who care for leaf aml������  hlossom as for vegotahlo children;'  who after long' travail for the perfection ot a rose or the glorious" poll of  a chrysanthemum feol a glow of satis-"  faction in woll doing such as uo other  pursuit can bWug. The pleasures of  him who downs a noxious weed that  fragrant loveliness may rise in place  thorqof are not monopolized by'the  rich with ancestral lawns to cultivate  and stifling greenhouses to maintain  at au even .emperuturo. They may be  known to ono ,vho only has u window  box with pacstaa, or a pot of red geraniums to strike a Haunting note of  color athwart the crowded street and  give the'-. passerby the grateful sense  of a sudden blessing.  Engine's of all kinds, Boilers of all  k i u d s plumbing Machinery,  Tanks, tfeavy Plate Work, etc.���������  Write fo<* prices.  14 STRACHAN AVE.,    .  TORONTO.      -    . CANADA  POISONOUS  MATCHES  In less than two years it will  be unlawful to buy or use  poisonous white phos������   ������  phorous  matches  Everybody    should   begin  now to use  EDDFrNON-POISONOUS  "SESQU1" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  WKy He Played It  Some years ago the Oldham amateurs were producing one of Handel's  oratorios under the personal tuition  and conductorship of tho lato Charles  Halle. Among the orchestra was the  famous and gigantic bassoon player,  George Seel. At the final-rehearsal  Halle went tc George and, indicating  several bars for the bassoon, told him  not to play them on the night of the  performance. George was inwardly  boiling with indigation, but said nothing.  > On the night of the performance  George played the .banned music.  When the affair vas over Halle went  up to Seel in a great rage and, pointing to the notes, tiaid:  "I told you to leave them out,  didn't IV" .    o       t  ."Aye, you did," said George,' "but  Handel told ine to put it in, and he  were a better judge than you."���������London Answers.  REE TO ALL SUFFERERS  1 f)(HI foul OUT Uf SOU IS 'KUN DOWN' 'oor tiio UI.UKS'  SUP. Kl! from KIDNKY, UI.ADDF.R, NKRVOUS IIISKASLS,  CII,������)NICWKAKNKS!i,UI.CKKS>SKINKKUPnONS,l'|I.ES,  wr.tf lor FlttiE CLOTH B.,UNI> MKDICAI. huok oh  Ihi'se .llie.viM ami wonhkhhh. curbs eflectril \>y  THcNiiVVFRENCH REMEDY, n.t tt.Zl-l.i  Trti������RAPION���������B:fea  tncirnniiiiJrfor HHJR OWN nllmrnt. Abanlutily FRE<!  Nu follow up circular!, No olillqiitlons. UK. I.KC1.K1-C  Ml'I) Ci >, II AV'KKS I OCKUIl.ll AM I'S I'KUJ t.OSDus ,KNQ  WE  WANT' rOfHOVB TlltRAI'lUN WILL CUKK ������011,  How Turner Painted  If we are to believe Thornbury, the  (wonderful "Burning of the House of  | Lords and. Commons" was almost entirely painttd after   the canvas-was  ! hung on the walls of the Royal acad-.  j emy.s So certain wrs Turner of him-  i self at that period' that he'would send  ; to    the   exhibition   just     a   laid-in  sketch, trusting entirely to .varnish'ng  days  to complete  the    scheme.    He  would arrive at the academy as early  as  four o'clock in the morning and  ���������be���������among���������the���������last-to~ieave~in~tiie"  evening.   Unlike Lawrence, who had  to. step back constantly to judge of effects,-Turner would work so to say,  with his> nose to tlio   canvas.   When  Lord Hill 11 too close.quarters looked  , at the houses of parliament picture he  ; condemned it as "nothing but dabs."  [Catching its magical effect from a just  I distance, however,' he  exclaimed-"in-  ! thusiastically:   "Painting!    God bl^ss  ;me!    So it is!"   According to Thorn-  bury,    Turner   made   a .number,of  sketches of tha fire, but produced two  pictures onlv.���������London News.  -    HANDLING   BAGGAGE  r-  A System That Sim;>lifies Matters for  tho rtailroad Men  Liko most oilier mysteries, that of  handling the" thousands of pieces of  luggage that conn- to a great railroad  station has a s'mple solution. It seems  to the(layman that there must he con-  fusion1 when    'ncoming    trains  dump  hundreds )f trunks and'hand hags into the baggagi rooms for distribution  to all quarters of the city.   System/  which has c^hia- to play an important  part in all 'business nowadays,    has  made baggage haulling a rather simple  matter for  tho railroads.    It is  tho  use of a key number that does   the  trick.  ��������� Thavelers hrvo   noticed   that their  check numb'i'-s run into six iigures,- if  they pay r.tter'tion to the figures on  their checks at all,   lt is the third of  these units, counting back from  the  final number, that is the key to the  whole system of dstribution. Tho expressman who handles the baggage for  Its home distribution hands iuto tho  baggage agent his mass of collected  chocks, all torted on that bus>is,. and  the baggago huidlers hustle the stuff  out with very little delay.  Suppose ho has only a few checks  from an Incoming local train. ��������� They  may read 3S4741, 3S4301, 384590, 384,-  735, 384812, 3S4487, 38-1622, 384256, 384.-  739, 3S4747, 384056 and 384123. In each  case the first throe figures are Identical��������� 384. rhe first variation begins  .with the fomth, or hundreds, unit. By  means of this unit he separates his  checks���������all the 7's in ono bunch,'all  the' 5's in another, and so on.  In the baggage room the trunks and  bags are distributed as soon as received in ten apartments, each bearing a  unit humber, from 0 to 9. That number invariably represents the hundreds unit of the claimant's check. The  trunk with a 3S4543 check would go to  the same ccmiurtment as one numbered 385543 or 2*83543 or 1?,543 or  987543. The figure 5 is the key figure, with the result, that there is never  any confusion or-trouble in locating  the baggage de&ired. It would be in  the compartment numbered 5.  This simple plan "solves the mystery  as to the prompt, location of a piece of  hand baggage, when a passenger rolis  up to the baggage room door in a taxi  to get the pisce of luggage he has had  checked and has to wait but a moment  to obtain it. It is a very simple solution of the trouble that a few years  ago annoyed all travellers who had to  wait for baggage to be transferred  from one terminal to another in their  own conveyance:.  ^Wm  I MAKES PERFECT BREAD  FRANCE IN SOUTH AMERICA  Its Influence ln the Metllng.Pot of the  Latin Races  South America is the melting pot ot  the'Latin races, and the French influ;  ence now seems to predominate over  lhat of Spain. Italy is well represented, especially 11 strong Argentina.  Drazll seems to be the most polyglot  of them all, for here tho native Portuguese is mingled uot only with the  Spanish and French and English, but n  great deal of German, ln the south ot  Brazil 90 per cent, of the people speak  German, and Portuguese is not always  enforced as ho language even of tho  public schoUs.  ��������� The largo Germ1.11 colonies here do  not affiliate with these people as thoy  do with the Anglo-Saxon brothers of  the north. They live to themselves,  they retain thci own language and  customs. In Chile, where there are  many English, .00, the Germans direct  the education of tlie country. Buenos  Ayres Is close to this Germanic group  in Southern Brazil and feels its inilu-  enco, though Argentina seems the  most unified and progressive, of the  republics'in "point of literary expression and culture.  French influence also is folt in Brazil. Rio de .laneiro itself was founded  as a refuge for French Huguenots!  though they were afterward driven  back, In Paris today one hears that a  youth is to emigrato to America, but  probably it is to Rio that he te going.  There are ir.any-French immigrants,  and French is required in most of the  schools and is next to the native  tongue in i-nportance in ��������� North tm  Brazil. Formerly in Brazil Spanish or  German always came next to French,  but it Is saiu that some of the states  now require English as the third language and that Brazilians are proud of  tlieir English.  A-man wearing a worried look w'ent-  into a shop which advertised a .patent  slug exterminator,   and   asked for a  hundredweight.   The amazed assistant  clamly said: ' ���������������'  "Certainly sir; but that quantity  would be sufficient to destroy all the  slugs in Suney." ������ -     __. ��������� A  ' 'I know vhat," wasthe reply;"ihey  arc all in my garden."  Indigestion  and Headaches  b.J ITI/ LOSSES SURfcLY PREVENTED  tih Al,H L>y Cuttcr'i Blnoklno Pllll. Low-  JU'JUrlVll. nrlcml, froali, roll������l)l������; preftriml by  Western stockmen becnuso thoy pro-  ���������w ' qf������ **t tMt whore other vuoolnoi fnil.  Pi J. tt ^ Wrlto for uoolilol nnd tMtlnionUli.  H CT Cl <��������� 10-dOM pkoft. UlickleD Pill* $1.00  ILd.lL*lM__tV go-doio pkos. Rlaokleg Pill* 4.00  Uuo nny Injector, but Cuttnr's bout.  Tlio superiority of Cutter products li duo lo ovor 15  ..can* of ntw.iiiltr.lnf- tn vnoolnM and lerumt only.  Iiislit 011 Ciitter'n.   If unoWnlnnblo, order illwct,  THfc CUTTER  IAB0RAT0RY,  Dorkolty,  California.  Llt.ssn.ry Note  Somo mon novo:* think of rending a  hook until thoy run across It under a  .lot of riibblp.h when tho wlfo Is packing up to inovo.  First Maid���������That rich young follor  ���������tint's courtiu' jMIsb Ktliol Is awful  stingy,  Second Ditto--What makes you  think   HO?  KIi'hI.���������Why, 1 hoard lilm miy to hor;  "'A penny for yctir thoughts," and ho  ii millionaire, niliul you.  Tlio now jiorgyma.v was sent for hy  an elderly 'inly, "Oh, Klr,"Bliu mild,  "1 hopo you will oxou&o 1110 nuking you  to call, hut, whon 1 heard you preach  mud pray ln&t Sunday you did no remind nm of my poor brolhor, who wan  tooli from 1110, that I folt 1 muni spoali  ���������with you."  "And how long ngo did your poor  brolhnr dlo?" iihIioiI Uio clergyman,  'Hyiiiputhotl.Mlly.  "Oh, Hlr, he isn't doad," wuh the re-  ;ply. "Ho was took, to tlio asylum."���������  HoHton TrmiKcrlpt.  The "Macaroni"  The "macaroni" were oxquisites of  fops who in England and France led  the fashions from 1780 to 1785 and  wero diatlng-.it died hy nh immense  knot of nrtlScial hair worn on tho top  of their heads. A email cocked hat  which perched ridiculously on their  topknot, satin or brocade coats niul  small clothes llttlng tightly to the  body and shk stockings with ribbon  garters composed the costume of  theso fashionable gontlomen, who invariably curried a I ing walking stick  with tnssels attached and frequently  a bouqot tied to the handle and en-  ���������o.'raged a mli.olng nnd iill'ooteil pnh  and manner, Thero was during tho  war for independence a body of Mary,  land soldiers who on account of tholr  showy uniforms wero callod "macaroni."  "Illps nro coming ln ngnln,"  "Hurray!    Now mpllinr can como  Siack from TLuropo,"���������Judgo.  Homemade Liniment  A chonp stimulating liniment, which  will ho almost odorless and yot of-  foctlvo for outHldo application, can bo  iniido ns fnlinws: In oi'p quart of turpentine mix. ono quart! of coal oil,  Pack half nn oiinco of nlkanot root  and two nuncvjH of pulverized cupsi  011111 In 11 lu go ordinary funiiol, Ovor  thin mlxtur,* pour tho tiirpeiilino uml  oil, (ijlowiiig it (ill to purcolato through  tho capsicum und alUnnet root, in  Ihln wny lt will oxtmct tho HiibHtanco  ni thn ciipfil'.inn, nnd tako on a beautiful rod from the n'kiuiot. Aftor tliln  Iiiih boon dono add 0110 ounce of tlio  oil of peppermint ii.ii' four oiuicor of  gum camphor, To mnko It mora frnc  runt ndd 11 iltllo oil of popporgriisu,  ThlH lliilniont timu oc'iiiphHod is 'ii  Htrong efficacious or.n to rub on tho  Hkln mid ho cican und fragrant that  ovon fho uiOHt fastidious would not  lioHltato to uso it.���������Now York Tolo-  gram.  "The automobile that hit me five  minutes agj was No. 41144 Ohio," he  sputtered. "It's knocked me unconscious, but I got the number before I  went down for the count. Put it on a  piece of paper���������41144."  "All right.   What do you want?"  'What do I want? Why,. I can  prove that he was exceeding the  speed limit, and I want���������I want���������"'  "Calm down, friend. You want a  warrant for his crrest?"  "Warrant, nothing! What good  would a wa������rant do'me? He was going so fast, \ ter you, that a warrant  wouldn't get hlni now, What I want  Is extradition papers!"  ��������� ��������� ��������� -        .-  Mlnard'o Liniment Co,, Limited.  Gontlomen,���������I have used MINARD'S  LINIM13NT on my vessel and in mv  family for yoirs, and for tlid every  day ills and accidents of life I con3ld  er it has no 0 .ual. ,  I would not start on a voyage without lt, tf it cost a dollar a bottlo. .  CAPT. F. R. DESJAHDIN.  Sehr. "Slorke.'St. Audro, Kuuiouraska,  Arising From Constipation, Cured and  Regular Habits Established by  Dr.  Chase'3 Kidne;-Liver Pills.  In.tho western provinces, where so  many thousands live far from doctors  and drug stores, very many rely oa  Dr. Chase's medicines to cure dis;  ease and maintain health and strength.  This letter gives some idea of what,  perfect control Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills exert over the most common ills of life.  Mrs, H. K. Hewer, farmer's wife,  Eastburg._A.lta. ��������� writes: __For_ahout_  "ten years I suffered from constipa  tion,, indigestion, headache, and Ian  guid feelings Treatment from two  or three doctors, afforded only temporary relief, so I turned to Dr.  Chase's Khi'tej'rLiver Pills, aud with  most satisfactory results. Headaches  have disappeared, regular habits established and general health very  much batter. Both my husband and  I can speak highly., of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver -Mils, as we have both  been greatly benefitted by them." One  pill a dose, ?5c e box, 5 for $1,00, ail  dealers,, or Edmr,nson, Bates & Co,  Limited, Toionto  The.Revenoe of Neglected Things  We may aj well face the fact that so  long as we'iind our children are at  large in-a'community, we shall-be ia-  danger from all the.... evils that, are  also at large in that community, and,  though' We a-may be able to exclude  from our homes the moth, the housefly, the agent and the burglar, we can-  not exclude germs. They ride in oa  the trails o- ou.' gowns, they are  tracked in. on our shoes. They come iu  food and driuk.in washes, iu clothing,  in wares. Tl.ey come by .uieceugen,  und carriers aud servants, as do the  inilueuces of,evil.  We need uot go to tho slums if we  do not wish. Thoy will come to us,  and, wreaking upon us the Revenge of  Neglected Things,' they will avenge  the poor.  ' Yet it is net vengeance the poor nn  wanting. , TJ.oy only want help, ana  they do not dream how much wo could  give them, besides alms. They stand  afar off, and look at.us, beseeching  too timid to knock nt our forbidilin..  portals. But tho Wliito Death, wlvi  has been their bed-fellow, is not abashed by auy gr. udeur, or stopped by any  bar. lie conies ttrai_,ht from the lilthy  hovel to our homes, and peers in upon  us through tho windows, while we  feast aud laugh. 11. pushes cpeu the  door, and strides iu, uud sitting down  at our very ilreskle, looks into the  faces of our best beloved, so that they  cry out and die! ,  The revenge of tho slums falls not  only upon tho individual, but upon the  city, in all its interests and activities,  lt falls upon the city in losses of  lives and money, taxes paid for pauperism, for ciuio, for the cost of disease.  lt falls upon the city organizations  that ignore tlio slums, by the light df  their very i.gliness and meanness,  which frightens renters and buyers  from the neighborhood, and injures all  adjacent prjperty.  lt falls up(.n them, too, by breeding  a class of citizens that are a dead  weight to civic progress. -.  lt falls upon the business interests  by killing or weakening valuable working men, whose loss is felt iu traffic,  trade and manufacture. .>    ���������'  It falls upon the churches, by raising up those who- defeat and defy  them, b.v lowering the whole moral  tone of tho community, and increasing  the resistance" to the powers of good.  These are the ways in wliich we are  scourged by the'slums, and until we  learn our. lesson, we must continue to  suffer as well as the poor.���������Albio.i  Fellows' Bac^n in The Survey. ���������  L__rhyillllilll������__l  Constipation.  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Refief---Peniwnent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  Ll VER PILLS never  (ail.   Purely vegetable���������act surely  but gcnlly on  the liver.  Stop &(tct  dinner' .  dijlicw���������,  cute indi  geslioti ��������� improve  the complexion���������brighten  llie eyes. Small Pill, Small Dost, Small Piict.  Genuine must bear Signature ������  tmm&NMvmwvsiswsvm  A Deal Ijavar  Simulation  ipLD mm FREE.!  A ���������tnklfflutvnrim! peneroat  offer llvim tn ettn.ll������hwd  linn. W������ ������.-,, ctr.nu *km  Y,'_i_b/* to ihciuiidi ol  l������M>li all ATM till)  woriii ������i a hn������  adre.tliMuont. Now  la your cbutm to  obIMn uso. Writs  now, onrlMlm tt  c#ntt (or cut ol our  fruWoaiMe Ladle*'  J.011K Gnarrii,  Grnti* Aittertt. nent  thrrlnRQ )a*iil to war  ������-lth ih* watch, which  ������lll b* sir������o Freo  Uhott -natch?* aro  guaranteed fl.o yaars),  ahould yon uka ad<  ��������� Tantaia tt onx marval-  loin oJ*r. Wt otMt ton to toll rour Iri.ndi  bliout na and >how than tho bwtnttlal *������uh.  ftoa'l think tkU oSat toa saoi to \>e ttr.o, bst r������n4  23 cant* todar and rain a Pru Watch. Yoa  will bo uiaud -WILLIAMS A LLOYD, Who'.cMtl*  JewrilontDepl-1**). W, CoinvrallU Uoad, Union, _L,  Encloaai,  lt.W.\8 Lincoln's Knife  Lincoln wms always ready to join In  n laiiffli at h!s own expense and used  lo tell tho following Htory.with liitonsa  enjoyment: "In tho days when 1 used  to be on the circuit I was accosted lu  tho cars hy a nt^anger, who said, I.x-  cn&o nie, sir, but I liavo an article In  n\v pc.'HHesH.oii which belongs to,you.'  'How ls that?' 1 asked, cons'dor'ablv  astonished. The Ktruimor took 11 jack,  knlfo from his pocket, 'This knlfo  said ho, 'wns -V end In my hands Homo  yours 11/fo wtih tho Injunction that I  wiih to koop it until ] round a man  iiBllnr than myaoll. I have carried it  from tin 1 tl������i. to this. Allow nio to  sny, sir, that I think you aro fulrly  ontitlod to tlio property.'"���������"l<J\ury.  dny Lifo of Abraham Lincoln.  Gibraltar's Searchlight Dattery  For BhlpB to pass around Gibraltar,  1'hifiliuid'H and tho world'B Kroutost  fortroHH, without boing obHorvod ovon  ut night la n practical iiiiponnlbll!ly,  owing to tho groat battery of Bonrch  Hr������Mn :irrmi;.',(*'.! a'.cr.;. the bA.i^'.u uf  tho rock. A ship Minnlnrc Mtlior in nr  out runs into ono or tho llxed bonnis  of light and lb rovonled, a movln;  liMim of light thon follows her until  thn lookout offlcoru arc satisfied aa to  hor IntontloPB,  Diplomacy  "Vou pormiiiloil jour liusbiind to  Join a gloo 'liih?"  "Yes," ntiFWorod Mrs. HlggiiiH;  '���������'when ho Htarto to sing at homo 1 cm  now adViHii hlni not tc tiro his volco,  and whim he tjl'igf In tho club 1 can't  hear hlni."  Greatest Song Writers  The1 immortal quartette of song  writers aro Goethe, Heine, Burns and  Berangor. ,0' the four Burns is by far  the most popular. Goetho was - at  heatr an "Olympian" and In all things  a critic; Heine was ln his deepest soul  a pessimist and cynic; Beranger,  wlillo much moro human, was a littlo  bit too critical, whilo Burns, democratic to the core and of immense sympathy, threw himself into the common human Haf of tho world with a  wholo heart and wrote tho songs that  will live and ho loved whllo humanity  endures.���������New York American.  Safety en1 the Farm  Safety^ on the farm is as ^important  as anywhere else. Many accidents'  are cau'sed ,.i.y the careless'1 handling  of machinery or by lack of proper in  spection before machines are put into commiss'on.  If ah employer shows his interest  in the supplying of safety appliances  and in the education of his employees  in the taking of precautions to prevent  .accidents,���������iv���������will���������not���������be���������long--beforo-  definite results will be' apparent all  along,the line cf help from superintendent, to apprentice.  To be consistent, the man who sits  back and expects that nature will replace the burned forest might also ex-  pect the simply men and the ��������� mer-  clmnics to replace, free of cost, that  which th,ey Had supplied or produced  and which, through ^carelessness,,had  heen destroyed by lire.   ������������������  Par_U  Beans  Highest grade beans kept whole  and mealy by perfect baking,  . .retaining their full strength.  Flavored with delicious sauces.  .-.   They have no equal.   -     1  Internal pvrasitos ln tho slinpo of  worms ln the stomach and bowels of  children snp the> vitality and retard  physical development. They koop tbo  child In a cj'.'Btant stati of inirost and,  If not ntton'lod to, endanger life, 'Iho  child enn hn spared much Riifforlna  and tho mother much nnxloly by tho  host worm remedy that can hn got,  Miller's Worm Powders, which nro  sure death to worms In any -shape.  Could H-irdly Live for Asthma.  Writes ono man who after years of!  suffering has found comploto relief  through Dr. J. D. Kellogg's A3thm������i  Remedy. Now he knows how needless  has been his suffering, This matchless  remedy gives, sure help to all afflicted  with asthma Jr.haled as ' smoko or  vapor it brings tho ho'ip so long need  ed, Evory deulor has it or can got  it for you iiom his wholesaler,  Weight of a Gallon of Milk  "What Is tho standard weight for  Bweet milk?" ,  A quart of milk weighs 2,153 pounds  and a gallon S.C12 pounds, dr a quart  2,15 pounds and a gallon 8,6 pounds,  It is understood that the temperature  of tho milk and the relative proportions of the butter ful and solids not  buttdr fat cause tho weight of milk to  vary, but the weights stated above aro  thoso generally used,���������Progressive  Furnier.  An NngllHli tourist wuh rocontly  spending a holiday In Scotlnrd when  hn mot nn old nnllvo, The tourist  asked tho man how old ho waa,  "I nm 100,' mild tho man,  "I rather dnnht that you will seo an.  othor inn," Mild tho tourist.  "An dlnii.i lion, mon," wild thn old  mnn, "Aa'm ������urongnr tho 1100 than  whon I Htarled tlio Ilrst I11O!"  Proof  Sho���������1 Oon't Ihlnk you lovo 1110 as  murh im you imjiI to do!  Ho���������Whnt niiikoa you think   thnt,  llnnrrvt 1  Rho���������You nro not half ro fnollRh ns  you uuud to ho  Studied It Out  Ono dny two I'ariii 'iibornm woroilN.  cunning tlm wIhpurkh of lho prosuiu  generation    Said iho llml;  "Wo bo w'mir tliun our fathers was,  and thoy woio wlaor than tholr falh-  ors wiih."  Tho Hocoinl oiip, after pondering a  whllo and gazing at his companion,  replied:  "Woll, Gnrg.i, what n fnln thy  grandfather must V boon!"���������London  Hx press.  The Facile Mexican  In the opening paragraph ol one .of  his best stories Kipling wrote: "Let it  be clearly understood that the Russian  is a delightful oerson till he tucks.his  shirt, in. As an oriental he As charming, lt is onlv wlien ho Insists on being treated us the -most easterly of  western peoples that he becomes a  radical anonaly, extremely difficult  tc handle. The -host never knows  which side C'f his nature is going to  turn up next " There is a somewha;  similar difficulty with the Mexican  He can he charming, but one never  knows whether ho is the most north  ern southorrer or tho most southern  northerner, and he c.n change from  one to tlio other with a facility that it  almost geniui:.���������Philadelphia Ledger,  The Novelist Rebuked  Tho lato a sorgo Alfred Townaend  (Gnth) wiib lunching lu Now York  ono day whon a novelist of tho realist-  pessimist sc'.\ool began to growl about  mnrrlngo.  Gulping h'p drink nnd bolting his  hollnd hoof And cabbage, the novellm  in a long ha'aiigno proved conclus'.vo-  ly that iiinrriago wan a failuro.  When ho hild ll nit; luul Until ga/.ud  nt liim mildly iind said;  "I toll you what It Is, Kd.--wlion a  mnn thlnkn niarrliigo is u fulluro If.  protty blaiiK'd ccriiiln that his \\lf>,  thinks ho too." ������^  "Didn't 1 toll you tlio hint timo jou  woro hero," laid tho niagliuraio Morn-  ly to tho prlnoiier who had lieo.ti mio-  Uniting nnt ivlsoly but too well, "that  I nover wiwiI'.mI you to coiiiu before mi  iigalii?"  "Yos, sir,' ropliod tho prisoner, "but  I could n't make tho pollconmn believe  It,"���������London Opinion.  Peenges Lacking In Permanence ������������������  Peerages have little of tho porman-'  onoo of pyramids. Forty years ago a  careful calciia'.ion was made which  showed that of 217 peerages creatod  during the preceding forty-five yaum  only 133 remained upon the rolls. Of  tho Plnntnngo tot pcorages only fourteen survivor", of tho Tudor elovon  and of tho Sturrt forty-six, During tho  reign of Goorgt* UL more than 400  titles wero L-renled, bf 'which 'In 1875  270 had disappeared.--Loudon Standard. '  .... t- , ���������'���������... <  Slips That Pass In the Night  Belated Gi'y Man luftev second tin-  HUCCn^SlUl lUlcinpi to stop pushing llro  engine)���������Or. rite, ^lum���������liic*--koop  your blooiiiin' chestnuts,���������Loudon Tut-  lor.  CONGENIAL WORK  And Strcncth to Perform It  'i'uii. t'Uii.    ut'caimo a girl's r-om-  Located  Tho ClinpiTon���������Young mnn, you  havo yor arm around that young lady'a  wnlst. '  Tho Young Mnn���������Tlmnk������. l'vo boon  trying to (Ind tho spot nil evening, but  with thoso now gown* a fellow hardly known whero ho's at.���������Now York  Globo.  Needed Airing  "Whnt'ii tho mat lor with you?" de-  mnndod Boron*, hrtly. "l'vo got a right  "Oh, of mime," replied Brightly.  "They'ro no Htalo nnd m������iKt>- tln-y en:-  tnlnly nood *.ot"olliIriB of that ������ort."~  Plilladolphla I"������ro8H.  plrxirm  hi  n  ilri".  are hnnd-pnl.itod.  iu  Ihul all  J;_u:.'...  W  N. U. 1015  Aunt���������Why,  Tommy, when  I wa������  your ngo a Mo never pawned my llp������  I    Toinwy���������Whon     did    you    begin,  ��������� untlo?���������Iloiton Tranocrlpt.  Strength^  Df, T.ymnn Ahlintt Mio nnU-Riiffra-  goUu, nald nt an antl-huffrugn (ca in  N'������w York:  "Thoy call woman tho woukor tor,  Yot I hnvo J<rown moro than ono  woman to bond a man'n will during  IiIh lifo nnd hronlt it nflor his donth.'  ���������Washington Star.  Regularity  of tbr. liowfU iti an nh������n1titr' nwn.  nty for fiood health. Unless the  waMe matter from the food which  collects there ia got rid of at least  once a dav, it decays and poisons the  whole body, causing biliousness, indigestion and sick ncarlachi:*. Salt.  ond other harsh mineral purgatives  IrriMfe the cHicate lining vif the  bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot  Pills���������-entirely vocotalili"���������rrfrnl.-ite  the bowrls efloctivcly without weakening, sickening; or griping.   Use  Dr. Morse's   u  Indian Root Pills  "My work, romnrlcod tho bahl-hond-  oil dontlst, "Ih ho pulnh'HH that in/  pntlontfi oftt-r full aakop lu tho chulr  whllo I nm opointlng."  "Huh, thm'H nothing," rotorrod hln  rival, "Mv patlniiM nonrlv nil inaltt  on having tanlr ptctiiros takon wlillo  J ..,'., ui Air.},, In ui'iVr (ii v.,iti-.ii iii"  expronslon oi dollght on thojr facci."  ���������Tlt-Ulta.  Very Likely  Mr. firoon-���������Do vou kiinw. how t folt  uuruig tno wi'd.iing forcmony today'.'  MIhs Sharp���������Xo.   How wan It?  Mr. iirooti--W-;ll, 1 folt most profoundly thsi'ikfiit thut I was not tlui  bridegroom.  MIhh Shnrp���������Very,llkoly tho brhlo  full that way too.  A Certilnty  ^fr'I, Spin,r.' 1 J'lM.t hope tliuij  riii-i'pllngri 'rom tholr m-mI in tho balcony will ������������.������. un In thi. hox,  Splurg'- -Thoy will. Thoy fillll havo  our opera g uast'-i.���������I'lilladolphU Hull-  etln. ������  A person in t,"ood Iio'uII.Ii'1b llkoly to  have a go'i'ul dlBpoultlon, umbiliou  and enjoy work.  On tho otl.o' hand, if tint dlgostlvo  orgiuiH liavr boon upscH ,l,iy wrong  food, work l.oo.ouios drinlgory.  "Until ret'< ntly," whites a wester'*,  girl, "1 w.i.i a railroad btuiiograpliur,  which menus tVil work evory day,  "Liko many oilier- girls alono in it  litrgu city, I 'Iml al u hoiii'illng hoiuiu.  For brt."ilt(nnt it was iiiunh, gn.Miiy  moat, Hdggy culios, black coft'oo, etc.  "Aftor a 'jw iiioiithii of thin diet I  UHrd to lool Hlniipy uud hotivy lu Uio  inornliigH. .Niy work hociuuiI a torrlbio  ol'i'ort, and } thought tho work was to  bliuiio���������too urduuiis,  "Al homo 1 hud hoard my fathor  ���������speak of a young follow who wont lonn  dlHtiiiiooN in the cold on drapo-NiiM  and cream 'tlid nothing moro fot break-  I'tiiU.  "I concluded IC It would I Ho hltn  ovor a iiioriiing'u heavy work, It might  ii\.'t|> lilt:, hU Oil   'U>    Mil)'   IIUlllU U.IU (llgllL  1 liiiucht :\ jMiokaj.'c and in A ijoruiu^  1 hnd (irapo-NutH and jillk for hroah-  fast.  'I stuck to Grupe-NulH, and Sn lost  tllllll    IWO     WOL'krl    1    lllltlood    Illipi'llViV  inont,   I roiiiomhor 1 uaoil to walk tho  ,1,111 I 1 ' ' ��������� ��������� _,  good it wnt .Imply t > livo.  "As to my work���������woll, did you ovor  fool the dv'Hght of having congenial  work nnd tho iitroiigth to perform It?  That's how I folt. I truly b.-Luvo  thoro'H life and vigor iu tvory grain of  UrnpoNtitH.'  Namo given hy (.'anadlan roxtum  Co., Wlinl������.o.\ Out. U"nd "Tho Uoad to  WulUUW iu phkm. "llu-ru's u Hev  Hon."  Ever read the above tetter? A r>*w  one appear* from time to time. They  are genuine, t-ue, and full of human  Interest.  ,"��������� il  (���������-. i j  /'  ��������������� J* ^A������t aamti*-m  ��������� A,-  ^'yt-wxscsszz.  i van ��������� "������<y~'?~v  Zm.  KRW& ^OPM^BftLANT),   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  -J-..Z;-  ivu,������iMi~.--.j,:m.vn*ir.*mmm*-���������,-*i������i*urn" Ullm ,*<������, , H <H   -' H ' imm.wLmn,m*mf ������it"ir -jll'������  v^tl  A'C ������U.>siIi^MJ AKD.  ���������IK THB: -MATTER of Sarah ED  tjiior Tjson dycoased, intestate,  "^;j AND  ,';'u|.I>T THR MATT^U of Uih "oa\-  A     *������jiit* Administrators Act-.''  1AK2 NOTICE that by order  ���������  i!   liis    Hojuj!"   Jndw)   Bsvki-r,  ��������� ���������-.x.\if otli any   of   November,  & B) ft , . .'������������������'.' ���������  w:/  '' ���������        AV   ' .  ', a\j.l  ji'lo, i .vii-j s: {.pointed. Adminis���������  i nuyr ; i tho Fstato  <>_ tho above-  ;,U(j;l_,'iv\v,! <l_.cu:l3ed, iUld   lill   J)!il*v  no!i y .u;| claims against tho  said t')St.:'.tij nre he ruby required to  jfiiniish samo. properly verified,  to i\\o oii or boforo tlio 13th day  IWwbt>r, 11HH. AND ul!., par-  'i'tuis indebted to ������������iid   estate, "tire  h,'\   t!1M) ^hQU*"  ���������nv '  ,    f   V������^oi4������������>  ^ ik.'": :-> * r������} lifted to pay   the   amount  of  ��������� tliuir iml������bt������<.BU������8  to  uio   forthwith,  '<\')Ayxj"\    .!>*tpd tlxio������ 11 tii day of Nfcvem-  bar, 1018%  Wr, Wwfif.^Y Wh.uvb������,  Ofiiuial'Administrator,  CivniboykiHl, )h C,  \>\  ^A-vrtak  ��������� \ Avi'-i ti' \yt''"-*  o.a.*V;i.*>:m   ���������'  . y ��������� -a  ,-., ''������   'fhii  ..Af.-Ai' -t  A ;/������"���������  '       /'      V-*     7-'--    '   I  '-x.V'l- '.*  i ��������� >>*if'l'.l '  'A   5_.  Vi.wz- ���������'���������  v '��������� \a' y \,  ���������^AAu-  '.--:���������. ������������������xiti-  IN "THE   (WlTNTY"COlU*T  ()!���������' NANAIMO   HOLDER  A.Tv)l1>i^nL:\Nl),.   ���������  TK TH.K MATTER'OF Daniel  il;ig*,.n'''dm,H8ed, instate,' wlio  dic-J a* Cumberland., V\ C   ou  ��������� .i"r)������ 2fiib 101S.  AND  \: Y.'iK MATTER, of the  vOffi-  >..'*.. ;\dri;:n:i:ti'ak)-.-s Act."  'TAKI-'. NOTICE tliat by or-  i dor wi' Hi j Honor Judgo Barker,  , msda tho litU day  of November,  I  1  not, yoa had better  It's  iy,-, :rh [1013, I. 'was appointed  Adininis-  *���������.   ��������� .\\h':Af9.U;r{tYa;_tor'oi thu Estate cvT the above-  j*.y\j v> i. '^'jjrjgjitioned deceased,  and  all par-  '  Sv^V.ii.'-j  -rt  /Vj,',;,   K-jf,  K*al  A-. V^'v ^���������jiy&'-'ViAr  \-r  '���������:��������� '.^i';.yA Qnhh ji'vy-^*''  ^. -.1  :,< \ Krb-i-y 'Atfoti o'<-  Ana having olaims against the  eaid eatate aro hcr&by required to  furnish priho-, properly verilied,  to tno on pv boforo the 13th of De-  /���������^i.   y  x.;  tA U*.'  'r    U;     ' 'f  hhji oi\   U-? ct'Uibey. 1913."  AU.D  all'parties  \%AA/yx  ; :nd������bted to aaid   osteite,   aro   re  ���������^^yykhMyx^ZY^,_ii������dJto-pajUl_e_r.ineiiiit of tb.eir  >\Y. iYm :-C' ao;.':.- uidtbtwl>)i>t'5 lu ui.e. forlhwith:  -^U) V*^'������'/V,v������'^,^J    Dated-this lltiv d^y of Novoni-  LB.  'AT-', A"1  - -i'   J . -    ,  'fi  Tr  '^AA&)$tttAWc\  Aj'j'lhitt'jt  tti)'7  ^������������������^v-Sftjbj^ 1S1_  Odit'ial Administrator,'  Cumberland, B- C.  P'Of   A LTCBNr$ ���������>') >;Aii AKU  '0';j';j2 uhe^v^ Mi','>'ii" '-li������fc JA^a-  ���������i-.7j, .,,% fff'.y.r.<, W'ti)' hi Victoria,  _'. f. will uii'/!y lot \\i\-n*i hi Ui'u\ and  ,\kt; ,*v"i,0i;0Ka,ion. t>\������'\ lkv,,^������ o^ water  ,���������(.f IHudoo Or./'lt, V^iof rdo-.^ iu ���������*  jMi.-vliirl^-dinictiojj v^n^Jh ^*-leW J^J-  W.vt :mA etoviiaa )i>\ \ty\i> g������u?il '/'enr  " ������'a\}'ii Vifint. Ii,. V^^i- M-^ 1^ (livorM  '/. lV-w/-ii()>'jonr;j ff'^j lU'-nv^vV niul^iU b������  iidsij ii).- f-'i.oi-ui iv^V/"*)' i'\iW^.-e*i ������������> ^*>  1aI':,1 Afn-.'i':'������tl i������ ^^ly^j- rivJ^ ol ^".yTbU  ������* t!-���������. uti'i ;'.>..(i^j  \, S,. v,y(A*vjniJ. Mi  tbo  >il <',VvAv Aw .1 yy bf    1\i; ..(.n^liy'i.tion  ���������������'. ���������> bn na-i^u   \/,.a.;' ���������'; '���������''.'������ V������'������t!-'f j i^cufist-d, on(5 a))   pa/t'.eu   iiuv i.njj i;  KVi.y-.iVw,", ',-liU.i;.;,,/ :~i A'    u',\'>\i'"i: '���������  ..off!.-.- *,������������������-in. ,"vy.y\y Iv.'-ih'  "������������������[hf.fwty'fwjo.reil to .umiuh   aajoej  IN'THiS  COUNTY   COURT   OF  NAKAIMO J-JOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  JKTHE MATTEK of Daniel 0'-  Coff������JI,al������o known  sa  Daniel  John 0*Gonn������ll. d'.icofls&d/inten-  tatp, who died at Capo Ccmmor-  oil, Uupert District on January  26,101a.  AND  1NTI-IE MATTER oft he "Official  Admini-itravors Act." ���������    (  TAKB NOTJfOE thut by outer of j  Ilia Honor   Judge   Harkiv'i,  made |  the 5t-h day of Nov������mt>cr, l?l!_, J  wan appointee) ll Administrator ot  tlio XCsttiloo; the ftbov*mentioricd [���������  DHHU'GHT at "Jo.e Walker,-s,f  eui England Hotel, and in Bpt>  ties at all the Hotels  A Most Healthy" Beveridge^r&a:6r^mwi&  from. the PUREST ' of Malt and Hops  . assssas  iBjrjSffijaiMBBBBWaB^^ aBJJ5135J__^a-JOTBS^^__iS^^  MI*'*tiTi,M1MM"^^,iiiinT"T-inTrii^,"^-iim,rrrT'^������i-ini*^M������ritiMiii rriiniiwi  !���������  ���������iiiii'i ii������ ^wj'J';'*-/Nf ('- ^V"'-'  !V",':h!'i,  l-'v  ;>'������^rly'/wilted, 10 ra*v f>n or be-ii  i  Aj-;.i;i"i'.t j i.vir.3.   AtlDiti) pu7tirt iniU-viud 10 !l  ./i^.fc^   j r. rt i* j (jatfiUn,������. t- 4-, uv.,ui,vwa to p.iy tho'  P^^r,,^ RAft-i.**, V->;</!a,. h- 1\       i P'������t������W ''W������wtJ, 10 nift on or  m-  li^^i;'/'!.'-. -1- /''v'**-:. fjs0 ������ i_t*;-,v ������������������;. >��������� j fwrt* tiie 13th thiy of   Dew01 tor,  !U-ft  'iii;iOHi)t 'A thi.U   indtbtetliu*sM   m  Anything you want and whatever  way^you want it,' Below are a  few of things we print  1 Give us a Trial Order'and see  how well YOU will be pkased  i'V  t-1  - '     I  <;VU'T OF;  '^iAi^A^id^ Mi:    '  1jJ ii   7 n. 7'   i  ������.    ��������� ; 1  ir:- .. ���������'.-", a; A-/ tu,   "'Lio   i>ic<\ UL I _  yxi'if'A 'A-V;;l\Al M^Vr-KMlVift)  mc fcrtiitiiih. i  T>aWs(lthi9tttb (V.y  c. Nfivvwi-1  bir, l*l& !  v   John1, \V.Y,'v.ii\h\*\\'m.:j\i'       :  "OtUciul A^nii::ii.���������������*������������,-..  Cwtnliorlanil, D- C.  WATER  NOTICE:  ���������i;ih!;'M<V i\ry  i\>.t A Mt'HS^li 'I'd, TAL-Ui A'J.'U  '.Sii WATKli  V'-' i",N'������W0^tlt:������l  ^    ���������'?r^0,   ������?f  /h������ fUuur ,i\^v H'\l4ti?������ iwoOjj   smiUdi w Ji.-.i^b> ������:i'"-i' J;������'f K'^i--  .li'u 'JJll dr;v ^1   sV'H/'U^Bl''   l������l,'). [irJiU .',; IfwinJ'iifl  YUotw;.*,  tA   VicV,'ii,  J. su* i-]'\W,t\\f\    fr^zfliiohLMtil ^KhU. wil. ������nily fur u lin.iu.tj io take '.--'i ;  ������i the I_.l������ii0 w.    Mm.   to������H;^.u_������������. j ��������� 1'v:,,tfV������ ''Vr- :^r ������\ *.������-.���������.** ��������� -.I.-.-,  *   ���������        '      , -    ' I, *i't nl V.0V f>c������li v/hi'-.;v l<ow*in j. ni'^ti*  t.mien lUtf.-i'V'** ;*>..������ -n:   jiurt^i   .    '     *..      h,       ,,  ,, v, _  , . .  LKTTKIU1KADS  WKMIRADS  " ENVKI.01'fiS  PAMrill.KTS  CATALOG I IKS  AtKNi'.S  > 1 1  Ai A  1'       -i i.'  /if  yy.y  ���������-.������������������������ ��������� A*,'"  ������'��������� v   "' - '*   u   ,i  ,','-'    A. ^.ti' ".1  rn;- i/ii k.r A.'*,/1  . Vic* -mu MM- \ (  r,-ti)A" '; '." '���������,���������..''  :''w;:  ritli  4, h  t%..\Y.' ������������������'*'.'' fi"r  iii-- .r.iii'  ���������\i  '���������i 1  1  Or  vA^inl /'Vl^i''iVtratcJr,  ^'^ ^/S U" <N  ������ Wi'inri-i. t>.' .  k'^ClMAT.T... MA.  i-r M-, .__r,kM,  "'  I.'  T[,   '���������������"'  i  \V V. ttVASLK i     ,  :r- ������,,  ?'  t''<  vi    ���������!������������������  I-.  ������i.  ND   NEWS-  1  a- - THE    NEWS; "CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  iti  TREASURE OF LAHUN  THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE A-ND  COMMERCE ISSUES A VERY  VALUABLE REPORT  Deals With a Subject of Growing Interest to Ai! Canadians, and Shows  the Posslullltlei, ot Trade development Between Western'Provinces  and the Orient. ->.  A special number ot tho Weekly  Report of tlie department ot trade and  commerce is being issued covering an  interesting and Valuable feport upon  Antiquities Discovered In a Pyramid  Are of O'rta so.  interest ,  Professor Flinders Petrle   and   Ms  assistants,-who "all belong to the British School of Archaeology in Egypt,  BOOST  BC.  LUMBER TRADE  Steamship Service to West Indies via  Panama Woi-jd Give Great Out-  let fo<* Lumber  ,    E. S. S. Flood",' uade commissioner  1 for Barbadoes, in his report to the tie"  IQll    OU1UUI    u^    Jn.. V'".a"VDJ > ������"    7-������OJ f -i     j.yi'   __ttl UuUUCa,   IU   mo   * CjywJl *   ...   .��������� -*  -.-  havo secured   the greatest   treasure partraent   oi   trade   and   commerce,  l.^^...^   *_# Xl<yrl n������������������    i .*wn������ TM\<\ln   KlorcVQcf ..:     i   ._  a      _*.���������'.! k    ._.*_ _.    >_._������-������   a*   iKft   UonnnUl  RURAL DEPOPULfiTION  li  \i  trove.of modern times.   Their .biggest  j capture, .'the   golden   crown   of   an  I ancient princess,   haa   been   left tu  Cairo, but the rest ls to be seen by  anyone who cares to visit University  College, Gowtr street, London. At the  mouth of the Fayum,. about 60 miles  south of Cauo, Sanureset Unbuilt a  pyramid about 3,400 B.C. as a tomo  'for his family. Some time later Sat-  Hathor-Ant   was buried with all har  jewels   arou! d her   in   tho pyramid.  Her tomb haa been raided many tlmo3  during the last fifty centuries until the  interesting aim viwuuu.u _���������������-.. -,--  clurlng tne iaat miy centuries  the possibility of Canadian tradei\\Jt    Engii8ll schoolmen,   following   a   dis  A,,.,_���������   ������������������.,   T.nnnami'   nrnfflRCU   DY   an 1     ���������o   Mr..     ������..���������    n���������,,���������k���������..  tne posEiuiiuy tn. u������ ������������������������������������������----������������������- mngiisn sciiooinien, lonowuig u. ma-  China and Japan and prefaced ������y an covery 0j _tv> GViy Brunton, sifted  Introduction by Hon. Sir George ^;Jovory pftrt ci it.   Amongst the booty  to bo "seen at Gowr.r street are long  strings of amethyst beads. . There is  Foster, .K.C.M.G., M.P., minister of  trade and commerce expressed ln the  concise and,,vigorous- English which  characterizes-the work of that gentle-  , num. It deals with r subject of growing interest1 to all Canadians and a  copy should Ue on the' desk cf every  merchant' and producer In Canada ami  Bhould reach tho hands of all who doslro a conclto and picturesque state-  , mont ot the, cor_.ing trade ot China  and japan and o> the future and perhaps decisivo importance- of theso  countries more particularly a3 regards  the western portion of Canada. Sir  Georgo says' .        o     .  "Upwards of 500,000*000 people In-  ������ habit China and Japan in a stretch ot  ..island and continent facing our western front doer.   Between lies a facile  ocean now beginning  to \ quiver    beneath the uwlft keels- of rapidly increasing mercantile ..eets,   *,  *   On  alh   ground3 of enlightened business  .   policy Canada and Canadians cannot  effords to neglect the great ard prom-  ising Held wnich lies so advantageous  ly-opposite  mr western gateways bnd  which the Panama canal -has brought  so much marer our eastern ports.'  "    The  repon, "is  written by    Mr.  R,  Grigg, commissioner of commerce, and  is preceded by a letter of, transmission  giving anovtlinc of its contents do-  scribing his journey, and concluding  with reflections of the character and  weight, to w'lich we have became accustomed bv liki previous work.   Tho  first chapter deals with the possible effect of the P&nap-   canal and piovides  remarkable figures with regard to *he  developmenl of traffic across the isthmus by the Panama and Tehuantepee  railways.    A   table   follows   showing  Canadian export** to China and with  comments  op^.i  the   character    and  volume of suoh exports.   While the *t-  port recognises tho probable development of traoe i    a multitude of articles which" tollow the establishment  ' ^ cf a trade, rt.ute, and increase of com-  ��������� munication, it is shown that the more  also tho marvellous jewel taken from  the breast of tho mummy. In tho  centre it "has lapls-laznli, cornelian,  and.turqiiohie welded Into tho gold so  as to form a king's appearance. This  Is held on the back of a man who  leads a tadp-.'e,* symbol of a thousand  years. The tadpole Is carved from  somo black tstone not yet Identified,  at the sides are birds holding up serpents of gold, and there are a dozen  other bits of allegory. Yet it is a clean,  flat jewel jnly a few inches across.  On .Its.unde" surface is a replica of  the top engraved in a way that would  mako a modern Sheffield or Birmingham engraver envious. This is only  one part of the great find. From other  parts of the neighborhood the school  has brought huge flare lamps and  wonderful jars and alabaster boxes.  Fox   Farming   In   Alberta  ,    Fred M. -Ae, president of the Pion-  \-6er Silver-Black Fox company, owne.  of a>number of private ranches in Al-  beita, said in an interview at Edmonton, 'hat it will be' at least 25 years  before the value of the fox is estimated on the pelt value.   There is a greater demand than ever for breeding anl  mals, he added, hence more will engaged in the industry.   The greatest  danger to the'future of the business  lies in the promotion of. over-capitalized companies ancl through the inexperience of those who may be tempted to take up fox-ranching. He added:  * "There is a tendency at present on  the part of persons   who1 happen to  capture a couple of foxes, to imagin..  they have made ,a life    competency.  For this, reason they are at first disinclined to sell to the breeders at the  market prices, and1  come to the conclusion that the regular companies are  in a combination t,o beat them out of  their just reward.  However, the business here is yet  states that t^e opening of the Panama  canal will enablo shippers of lumber  from British Columbia to compote  with the West iLdles.  To satisfy inquiries,a request has  been made to tlie trade department of  British-Colamfcla to furnish samples  of the differen; varieties ot lumber  that are commercial1)" important and  suitable for exportation.  These shipments will be showed to  the traders and   aftarwards ' sent to  Trinidad, Jamaica and British Guinea  and the Northern Islands.   In this way  an opportunity wlll be afforded for/ a  comparison of British Columbia lumber with that now imported.  , The requirements   of   tho   British  West Indies   *or   'lumber,    shingles,  shocks, staves and puncheons, have an  average value oil about    two and a  quarter million o* dollars. These colonies, . with lho exception of Jamaica,  give a preference to Canadian lumber.  A steamship service between British  Columbia and   these   colonies    that  would give in outlet for lumber and'  other prodvu-ts o.    Western Canada  would depend to a lar_,e extent on the  availability ef return    cargoes.    Tha  products of the West Indies, that now  reach the preference market of Canada and that could make the voyage  to British Columbia without deterioration, are  su^ar ai,d  molasses,  cocoa  nuts and corra,   coffee, molascult and  green heart tir.Ler. Tho examination  Into   the   character   of the trade between the t".stert. provinces and ths  West Indies forces the conclusion that  an identical -.rade could be created for  the western provinces   and one that  would in, no way bo an interference  with the luinfce: new handled in the'  east.  The distarce froir British Columbia  through Lhe Panama canal is roundly  about 4,000 miles and from the canal  to the Indie i 1,000 miles.  DISREGARD   OK   THE'PRINCIPLES  OF  CONSERVATION   IS  ONE  OF TriE   FACTORS      " '  POPULATION IN THE CANAL ZONE  immictiuuu, ,1. ,o "'"������������������- ���������---,. -_������������������,. i in its in_  immediate iiterest.to Canada is tounj , derstanding between the trapper ..and  in' theexport of   lo"r and lumber to | _,    <=>   the Orient Tin c'.iapter dealing with  the first of these products indicates  "tire^reTent"'oroductior���������of-floiir-in~il*.o-  western  provinces;  a table  is givea  showing the exports cf flour from tin-  United  States to,the Orient for the  pust twenty una yoar. and instructive-,  comments ar* m:������U upon the rr'ncip?.!  figures.    An    interesting    paragraph  ��������� deals with  -he mpvon. ent n".������i inward  ot tho four expor* upon the Pacific  coast and the rear-on*, which account  foi  thut mA'ement. A full aigument  is produced i>r.f.e<l upon the production  of. wheat an: flour in competing countries, more   particularly   'Manchuria  and remark, ble information is afforded reganUnn the productivity of a soil  subject to irrigation   and    unlimltel  labor under u   \A sun.    Th-J results  are truly ex'raoniiimry and will ho n  revelation  to  mi.ny  readers.  Important reference is made to the exporv  of lumber fiom Pritlsh ColmuMa and  the final ch.pt .rs deal with valuable  work being none hy' the consuls of all  nations and also a reference to the  question of-Ohinese students and Llw  native pr^si.   -r. addition to Its economic valuo the r.,port provides interesting reading and amply, justilles tho  commendation of Sir George Foster.  The nport upon, J vpan, which is printed in .the ;amr booklet and follows  tlmt upon China, Is equally InttreBtlw.  although different conditions have resulted in totnKy different reports. Nothing Is more r-marknblo than   tlio  contrast between tee two countries.  Whereas    U.w   figures aro available  with regard to chlm* a contrary condition prevails ii Japnn and interpretation of tho econom c condition of tlio  country Is lnrgo'   expressed b>. tables  of figures b*'t the fuh and inii'i'efltliig  comment tiptn tham removes ;ho work  from tlio "dry as    dust"  ��������� ������.>iarac*or  which so commonly murlm such | up-  ers.   Cnniul.r.ns may sometimes forgot  that the plianomuia duo to ne wonderful dove opnict.t of tholr own country (Iooh not exhaust tho   Important  problems In Cwtirso of soltiticn olso-  where nnd It U highly doslrnllo thnt'  development, llkoly to provide a su'i-  ject of 'jiigi()R"'iif? futuro InttroBt to  Cnnniln shot Id hu prnnontod In hrlof  nnd grnplile tonus nml hnmllo'l lu tho  nuiHtorly f... Ion fount1 In this report,  Hit not glv'n In any mnn to do moro  l,.^ W...1/U....VO, o.....   ...... uc..^. .__,���������._. ,aU(.eUi wiiici'  is ma aiiuuiui  .itmeiitc  tiops m connection with the securing thetthe we^.ern provinces are getting  =__L.|o_xes.,tlnngswj l_.nght.themselv.es .Wa-muclASUTer-footingnhan'beforpT  ������. *wl       *l->.-.**s-        nn n        _-_ r\    '������_/-_       /1i-_nl\4-       flint       M\ r������    t ���������,    ,. ,        . .j.__j_1  in its infancy, and with a better understanding between" the trapper'..and  the companies, arid with sane regula  Alfalfa vs. Wheat  A farmer :je<jr Saskatoon is said to  have saedert down 2,000 acre3 ot alfalfa, stating' -.hat he calculates one  acre of alU!ia is worth thirty acres of  wheat to the farmer." This man has  at present ,0,000 -sheep, 200' horses,  and 1,000 ccv.-s, and has 3,000 acres in  corn, -   J  The fallacy that Saskatchewan ls  purely a wh/at-raising country is fast  fading away in the strong light of actual achievareiit in every branch of  field and animal husbandry.  It is cheering to note also that Mio  Province of Aiberta last year produced appro <imately $1.5,000,000 worth  of eggs, poultry and milk, and from  this milk da'ry products to the value  of practically $6,000,000 were.' produced, which is but another evidence  and there can be'no doubt that the  business will make as much money fc  Alberta as it hay for the little province  down by the sea."  ��������� ��������� Tobacco a Drug  .   An interesting case of splitting halrrj  has arisen i.i Trelan! in the administration of the National Insurance act  as   to   whether'  tobacco   is .. drug, a  necessity or a luxury, all three views  being   taker   ������>y diffe-ent authorities.  It appears    that    the superintending  medical officer ol the Dublin district  recommended Tha' a consuniptlvo pai-  ient coming under the provisions of  the act be ts'iven tolr.cco for smoking  to. comfort him !   his last days, offering to pay,for t\.o weed himself, hut  the Insurance committee decided that  the tobacco wis necessary to the patient's treatTiont, ant. sent   In. the b'll  to the Insurance commissioners,   Two  weeks lator tho local   authorities received a length*.- cemmunicat'on, demanding an ovplanat'on of thoir action' in :hnrplrp the government with  a shilling's', worth of tobacco.   Their  reply was that tebneco wns rocognlzo.l  as n drug in tne. British codex, under  the title nicotlnna tohncum, nnd thai  it hnd boon prescribed by a registere i  practitioner,    .hereupon the commissioners consultei, lonrnod K.( 't and  thoy are Btlll wroRtllng with the sub-  joct,   Meanwhile tho pntiont Is dead,  the tobacco linn boon smoked, and the  oxponso if the illeputntlon has nlrondv'  reached a hundred tlmon the cost of  tho original tit. of sling.  BIG    NCREASE  Value of Qucopc's Mineral Produc'.a  Up by Nearly $2,000,000  The report of the superintendent of  mines of '.he province ot QueUm for  the yonr lf>r hns lint hoon mndo public, nnd reconiH that the valun of ths  mlnornl products I'or tlio piu'i. , yiiiv  ro'nnhoil tho .ur -if .V,������,1lli,8ll, whicn  Hliows nn liu'ronso of almost two mil  Hon dollar^ over tl.o prouuillrj. year.  Thn nbovo ''g wot will bo noted with  HiUlsfnctlon tl.ioughout the provliice,  no the ilnnriiFHlor in IIiihiicoh I'or the  footing  This Improvement in western tend  ency to go in mere for, stock-Taisins  and mixed.farming will'have the effect  of stabilizing land values and will put  the farmer in possession of ready  moi.ey.> from time , to time through  small sales, where hitherto on a  strictly .vhe'At-farming propos'tion- In  lias had to wait until a specific time  ���������when the harvest is in���������with consequent higher rates of interest on  money to carrv him in the meantime,  and difficulty in financing. Mixed  farming anl stock-raisin-f-also-means  men' on the land all the year lound,  and altogether increased inability an,l  prosperity for the community.���������Ottawa Journal.  FOREST   RFSLRVATIONS   IN   U.  S.  Good    Proge8fi    Being  Made  in thc>  Work o^ securing Lands fot the  Purpose  Tlio lands approved for ncauisttlon  by the Un'ttd Stnlos government for  national fonst purposes in the eus*',  since tho purchrse policy was Inaugurated in 1.10, now total 1,104,000 acres,  representing a purchase prlco of $5,  500,000. About ^2,000.000 of the original appioprla-Ioc remains available  for fur'l.er pu; chases in the fiscal  yoar 1915. Tha lands favorab'y acted  on to date include i;iil,000 acre*, in tlio  White Mountain? of Now Hnmpsh'.ro,  while 071.00C acres nre located In various parts ot the Southern AppivVv  clilans, fron Virginia to Goorg-la,  Nearly 400,000 ocros woro approved  for purclK.so during tlio past year, ;,t  an avenu.0 pr'co of $4,00 per acre  The Ilrst cbjrct of administration  is to protect the forest iigalnct tiro,  for the .wo fol 1 purpose of stonilylng  stroam-flow and Incrcanlng timber production.' There Is, however, provision  for all forms? of uai of the forests not,  dotrinnmti'.k to their periiiiinor.t value  ns sourcos cf timhor and wator supplies.  Lands Have Been'Farmed With Utter  Disregard at the ^Possibility of tha  'Exhaustion of0 Soil Fertility, anJ  Abandoned After Being Literally  "Mined."  Tho exodus of population from our  agricultural communities constitutes  ono of tho most important' phases of  that composite subject so frequently  referred to under the vague but cou  venient term, "the rural problem."  Tho admiraelo analysis of this question of rurai depopulation, given by  Rov. John MucDougnll in his took entitled "Rura! Lifo in Canada." is of  patricular interest to tho advocate of  conservation, in that it emphasizes tlie  close connection between the proper  use of national resources and the  maintenance of a largo and prosper  ous rural population. Nations have,  hitherto, failed to realize the full Importance of .his relation and Uieir failure to do so has been a costly and irreparable error.  "Conservation/   referring,  to    the  wise use of t country's   natural   resources, is a word of no narrow mean  Ing.   It r,tan-!s. first and foremost, for'  the elimination of waste and extravagance in res_ect to   those   resources  which are limited ,1a. supply, and. for  the_ propaagtlon of those which, - al  though limltad, are reproducible. Bur  it means more thar. that. It stands fo-.*  economy in the entire field of production, as well as in consumption,���������for  the utilization of all portions of th9  national domain in such a manner as  to secure the maximum return there  from.. These are the cardinal    principles which former generations disregarded anil which the present hai  not yet learnc to appreciate thoroughly. * They baebme fully realized only  when the res.ultj ol disregard are manifested in such tangible forms as the  present wholesale    abandonment  fof  once-thriving   agricultural   communities. For thij movement of population  the failure to observe the principles  of conservation has not been wholly  responsible, hut It has contributed in  two ways.  Primarily, there has been the  reckless" exploration of wooded areas  which were never ot a nature to just-,  ify agricultural settlement. .Lands,  .with- soil adapted only for forestry  purposes, have been stripped of timber, exhausted by a few crops and  abandoned' in such condition as to be  almost uselers even for reforestation  From start-to finish the policy pursued has-been ruinous to Lational  welfare,   a  Secondly���������lands which .were orig  -inally_6f_real_^gricultural__value_.hav.e,  been farmet? with utter disregard of  the possibility of the exhaustion of  soil fertility. Under scientific methods of cultivation, .they would have  been permanently available for profitable agricu'ture, hut when literally  "mined" of 'i-eir. fertility,- ha\e been  deserted for newpr and more fertile  areas. Such mstho-lc may enrich the  individual, but ,iever the nation.  Failure to - pra.ct<se conservation  methods lu bygone years is not tho  sole ciuno ot rural depopulation today, but it is probably, the only en.,  ot, the several causes, to which that  movement i. di.e, which need occasion  regret to the present generation anl  reproach to ouv ancestors. Most of  the other, economic causes have increased tho p**oi.uct've efficiency o'  the nation; this 1ms immeasurably  lowered it.---OM��������� in Conservation.  Recent CtnsjL Show That it is on thi  Decrease  The popuLtioi* oi tne Panama canal  zone has shr.sni\< fiom tit,2i������ ai March,  11)12, tb 3_,.i'_. ��������� The liouse-t'o-nou-io  canvass of ill., population, Ukeu between Juno 16 an.l __ of this year by  tho po'ice and .ir," division, shows the  total population of the zone. Of this  number G,7M ara white Ameri-'au men,  of,whom 4.1S2 are employees of ihe  Panama canal or the Panama iailrocd  The American wciheu and children  number 1,574 and 1,535 respectively.  Of all other nationalities there ere  1G.G94 men, mcludhig ' 14.M6 employees,' and 5,674 women ar.d 5,526  children. The hguros do not include  employees living in Colon aed Pan .  ama.  Primarily tho purpose of tlie enumeration was to check: up tho progress  of UiO'ilepopi'lat'on^of the Canal zealot others tk.n   employees   and their  families.   Thu   census    of the Canal  zene made Between February l   and  March 31, 1912. by the old department  of civil administration, showed a total  population in the zone propor of Gt,-  271). The deere iso sinco that time has  been  23,5711.    Tho decrease nniounts  to about 38 per cent, of the population  of February-March,  1012, or over Cl  per cent, of the present population  1    The police canvass was made by tho  three districts known as Anton, Empire and Chiistolal.   A police census  made between January 31  aid  Feo.  runry 10, 1ST 4, did   not   differentiate  between     ���������imployeee   "and     non-employees.    It    en*i   erated    American  men, woiner and children, 0,310, 1,799  and 1,786, a '.otal ot 9,895, aud all other  men, womo'i am' children, 21,3112, 7.-  325,and (!,7'i4 respectively a total of  35,401.   The grand total of in'mbitants  was  45,296.    Tht;  total    number    of  Americans on,.the zono has decrensad  82 since thon     The total por elation  of other na.io.ialities  has  decreased  7,508.   The fetal decrease<in the period of less   lian five month's has bee;  7,590.  'F  t  JBF THE DOMINION  CREATION OF NATIONAL PARKS  OF GREAT ������ CMMhRCIAL VALUE  TO CANADA  CARELESSNESS  CAUSES  FIRES  A Large' Perrentage of Forest Destruction Caused by Campers and  Sportsmen .  An investigation by the New York  conservation commission as to the orig-  u\of forest dres h the Adirondacks  shows that i'ully 85 per cent, of the  fires which occurred during 1913 were  preventable, "if smokers had not carelessly thrown burning cigars or tobacco upon the dry vegetation, one-  third of these fires wculd not have occurred. If fishermea had been more  careful with their fires and tobacco,  nearly one-nfth of -hese fires-would  not have occurred. ' Of the 688 llre-i  reported, orly- 78, or 11.3- per cent,  were caused by- locomotives, while  nearly 10 ior cent, were reported as  being due to the carelessness oJ_ camp:  ers.���������C. L., in. Oonse 'vatiou.  ��������� Servia and the Servlar.u  Servia is a land of social equalilv.  It has no a:\stocracy or middle class.  Its officials aro peasants in gold brail.  Its people .ive- well with little work.  In 1900 it is said there was neither  pauper nor svorUhcusc in the, country.  Servians would rather talk politics and  recite poetry than drink. Whatithoy  like best a*-e the s'mg song'poems ihat  tell of their national heroes. "Every  true Serb lives as much in tho past as  lt. the prese:. t." The greatest patriotic  outburst tha* has shaken the nation  in recent ye rs wa.i passionate resentment toward Austria-Hungary in 1908  whou that country's annexation of  V_ jsnla and Herzegovina waked Servia  i'rom tho dream cf a great union of all  tlio Serbs, '  CENT-TNARY OF PEACE  ii.it nm niv 11 "' it,,,  ���������...,pnRt olght ,1.0'uh' seem to have hat  thnn HiiKKORl a noRHlblo outcome of tho I lib nffoct on the mlnornl mnr. nt,  f com I11 opornflon, and CftnwUi IiurI    Ah In pan' yenr*, Un production ol  Bonie oxperlince of the foreigner who! abIiorIor Iio-mIr ll.o lint, Of UiIh valu  Bpondfl thron weekn In n country and  wrltoH n boon. In China thin Is doHcrlli-  od iib "ROolnR China, through ft port-  hole," hut n cluirnotorlHtlc of the ru-  port under review Ib the modointlon of  Ub oxproBHluiiB and    the    eloforonco  ehown to the oxporlonco of competent  niithorltloB. It Ib ImpoBHlliIo In a short  iirticlo to do moro thnn Hiiggofit the ox-  collonno of the work and iuIvIro thnt  Cent  application should bo mndo to tho do-  Ji.rli.iuit of trade and commerce fcr  ri ropy whlfili will hn prnvldnd without  charge. Tlio WoolUy Koporl ot Unit  department, nlflo distributed without  charge, Bhouhl hnvo nn Increase of 11b  already lnrno circulation If only ho-  caitRO It rofhictH In an ndoquate man-  pur ooonooUo eonftblonn in torolon  countries nml lu tleslgned to asHlBt  Canadian oxport. Tlio oxper'onco nf  tho Unitoil States MliiRtraton the onor-  ntoutt valuo ot nuch work, and the Canadian publh Bhould not omit toon-  cournRo tho ffforts being mndo abroad  for their ndvantago and paid for with  tholr money  Name   For "Rlvtr  of  Doubt"  Col. liooBPvaii's fnmotiB "rlvor   of  doubt" lm'. benn officially nnrred Tlio  Tlioodoro b> tho  mont.  tihln mlnornl nlonn tlio oxportB ninoim*  to jm,S:i(),fi04. The province ol' Qunboc  fnrnlHhoH 8" pm* cent, of the universal  consiuuptlon uf this HiiliKtiiuco  According lo thn rncordH of ncci  ilontH which oc-siirrml at tlio vnrlous  mining plnnlB during tho yonr 11)1,1,  tlioro won 10 which proved filial, giving a proportion og 1,80 per 1,000  workers, ninl UiIh, tl'o report .Uitos Ib  much lower than in Ontario, whoro the  proportion tor lho nnrnt* period ahow.,  4.00 per 1,000 worltmnn. "  MINERALS  VIELD  INCREASED  A������be������toB   Alone   Wns Worth In 1013  $3,830 'J0<1���������80 Per Cent! of  Woild'b ToUl  Tlio Btiporintendent of, mlnoH of tlio  province or Quebec roportn thut In tlio  courHO of tho IiihI llBcnl year, notwltlt-  BlnmUiiR the financial and Iiu'iiHtrlnl  crlRlB, tho mmoH of this provl'jco hnve  yielded a, prnd.ictlon of $13,110,811 In  191,1.   These IlKiirfiH show nn Inoroimn  of noarly ���������wo million dollars over tlio  provlmiB yoin.  Ar UBiinl, aflbPRtofl londfl nil mineral  products,   tho   fjuitntltioH   oxtrnctod   _ .... reaching    the    vnllio    of $'I.83!),B0J.  Brazilian   govern-] Quebec provinco alone prnilur.oB    80  j por cent, of Uio world's consumption, Ian Guardian  U.S. I88U6B New Two nnd Five  Stamps, to be Ready In the  i-'nll  An ItB contribution to tho celebration this y.jnr 0 tim coiitonury or  pence he'-wii-'ii (irent Hrllaln and the  Unitod States the U.S. post officio (In-  pnrtnumt 1r preparing to Ibhiio two  Bpoeiiil Btam: b, the doHlgiiR I'or which  have been apprcvod by PoHtimiHtor  general llnr;eB..n,  Tho BtniiilB of two nnd flvo nnnt  dnnoirilriiitlo!^ will bo rnnriy for Ibbiio  ourly In the full. Tlio words "I'euco.  I8M-10H" will he on each,  Thn two-cent Btanip wlll hnvo on It  a hemisphere with n loniulo figure on  the Ml liollins .'i������ Am or! (.;iii llun, uiiA  on the right a figure bearing a llrlt-  Ish ling, the two clasping IiuikIh  ncrcHH the lii'inlRpliero. on tho f|v.v  cent Btamp will lio a wlngud llgurn  typifying thf r.plrlt ol lionne, und  wuii tt. ilu'VJ oi v������.������������'.i. hyuii; i>i-iiire 11.  Deer Meat From Labrador '  It would bo fctrnngo If boiuo of Cnn-  ndn'B "hnrron IiuhIb" Bhould turn out  to of gront vnluo to thn nonntry nn a  BOtirco of food supply, nnd yet this Ib  Dr. GrnnfoH'n view. ]]o, ciKtlmntPB  that tlio vriBt nrens of moHB-covered  wilds of T.nhrndcr nnd Northern Cnn-  nda will carry rrom B.non.ooo to n.nno,.  00(1 reindeer, which will moan n grout  addition to our food supply. lint the  11,000,000 nro not yot In Bight.���������Christ-  WANTS TYPHOID LEGISLATION  Montreal Physician Saya Public Is to  Blame for the Ravishes of  This Disease   ,  In the division of general surgery,  Dr, Armstrong, cf Montreal, a Canadian delegate to the London Cllnlcul  congress, r>. .d a paper on "Typhoid  Perforation.' From recent llguros,  embracing s^nii 9,000 cases, LT. Armstrong showed that one-third ot tao  deaths wero duo to "perforation,"  which wa& more common in men than  in women.  Municipalities, ho snid, by effoctlvi  legislation for securing a provision ot  pure water nnd an efficient drnlnn.'.o,  could do tmLO'd service in arroHting  tho dlfloaflo and MiIr enormous wnnto  ci young llvos. The moat susceptible  porlod boiiu' from J10 ago of 15 to  2r. years, waa a had reflection upon hu-  iiiiinltnrlfliii r,nd biiBlnOBs nctimon of  tlin laity. T' 0 modlcnl prnfcsBlon wns  not roBponsiblo, concluded Dr, Armstrong.  CROKER Tv OUST MURPHY  Big DolnflB Arc  Promleed  Fu" Tammany Hall  By Harry W.  Walker  Hlclinnl Oi'olfur, the old-tlmo londor  of Tiiiiitiinnv Hull, will return to New  York from IcolMit! nnd Book to mint  ChnrloB F, Murphy from tho loirlorRhlp  of Tnmmimv Ha.l, nncordlng to Hurry \V. Walker, conlldiiiit of Crulu^,  who hnR roturr.ee to New York from  v vIhU to Crukor In Ireland.  "Hlg thliipH ur going to linppnn  when Croliov comen here," Mr. Walker Hiild. "He hr Ir. hhi poHHOHiilor,  confoaalonB dun ho Is going to nuui  public. Theiio '���������vill have an Iniportiuit  iji.itSiLig wii ,,'.> ni;.i. .'h.uii.ii I'miiiL,.  V. Murphy, which ho will vlrnrousl/  ronow."  Egyptla.i Acscmhly prorogued  The Kgypiian legislative assembly,  which wasaoened orl'Jan. 22 In virtue  of the new Organic law of July 21,  1(113 has been prorogued until November 1 next. The session recently concluded lias been full of interest, since  lt was tlio first to bo held undor  the now co'dUions. That tho Egyptian public has awuko'ied to ;ho importance of ihlc insMtution has beon  proved by iho enormous number nf  petitions-���������over 800 addressed to tho  assembly, the crowds In the galleries  during the doontoB, and tho great  space devoted to the reports by all  tho local paiiors.  Owing    to    the    Increasing   Modern  Taste For Travel, Striking Scener/  Has Beco������ie One of the Most ValiH ���������'  ab:<n Sources of Revenue a  Nation  Cun Possess.  An unusual government publication  has uoently been issued, by the Do-  niini'-n pafivs 'rranch of the department-of the i'Ueiior. lt consists of a  small souvenir bo^Klet ar^tiatically  bound in duplex leather wild grass  pnper and tied with an olive' green  silk cord. The lettering is embusesd  in gold and a very unique design liu*  been chosen fo ��������� tiie cover. The hitter  is cut out so as to form a sort of  frame and in this is inset a1 spray of  Canadian heather from tho Hocky  Mountains park the purplish flowers  ot the haa ther against the wood-  brown background making a very attractive colour combination.  '  It will no doubt bc a matter of surprise to many to learn that (juni-.tl-.ri  possesses a heather of her own. Thi3  plant is not, as it has sometimes beei  called, a '.'poor relation" of the Scotch  heather, but has a family connection  and standing cf Its own  well  recognized by botanists, and is nearly allied to the heath of the, British Isles.  Tho booklet gives an interesting nc- -���������  count of the locality from wliich tho "  souvenir was gathered, Simpson pass, ,  about thirty m'ltB from Banff, and ol  some of the legends and stories connected     with    the heather  in  otlu-r  hinds. Its main purpose, however, is la  call the attention of Canadians lo tha  national parks, 0.  the Dominion, not  only to the "attractions they offer to  those who aie able to visit them, but.  also  to" then   value  in   the  national '  life.    Their commercial potentialities  are somewhat startling   lt is pointe-1    ���������  out that owng to Uie increasing mod-,  era taste for travel, striking scenery  has become one of the most valuab'3  sources of .evenue a nation can possess.   Tlio toiKist revenue of switzer- '  land per yeai is placed at 150 million.  dollars, that *,f ji>ance at G00 millions, .  that.of Italy, at cvtr 100 millions'. The  sum which Americans annually spenl  abroad is estimated at the" eucrmoua  total of fiv_ liu'i-i.red million dollarg..  It would' appear , therefore, thiit'the  creation of national parks, which are  one of the" uest  means of attracting  and providing fo:* tourist-travel, may  well be considered as it is uow being  considered ���������->. the United States, as'������ ..  "solid business proposition."  lt is on oll.ev grounds,.than the  commeiciul. howevt.*, that thfi'parKs  lay claim to* re ognition. These great  natural reserves are reservoirs'of.,vit-,  ,^l_i;L___i!__i.i__xa������e.,__As^  the ills" oT oyer-c^vili'/ation uud tho  coiuplei. life of modern cities; they f f- ��������� ���������  fer the ,ppoi(.unity for life in the wild^  erness and .he best sort of recreatiOT  where ires!*, air; sunshine and beautiful .natural ..ceiibry aro combined. Tlio  problem of f.:c urese-vation of the vitality of the race is admitted by a'l  conservations! today, to be the first  of all conservation problems, and tha  value of parks, playgrounds and recreation In Mil��������� respect is each yjax  being given a lergcr place.  The educritional rnd patriotic" Influence of tlie parks lr, also touched  upon aa wei' as the work which" the  Dominion puk? branch is doing in lho  preservation of nauv; wild life In con- "  noction wit'i the buffalo, elk, antelope,  etc., as wo^l ,is bird life., There is als.  pointed ou': tho need for the creatios  of historic i>arkn iv a meani of pm _  servnti'on fo our historic Bites, man?  of which wc nr* allowing to dis.t^  pear.  A now line oC development whicli  is worthy of consideration i.s iiuggest-  ed, viz.; the provision of niilioniil  parks noar our congested coutres of  population All modern town pluiuilni  makes provlshn for parks nnd playgrounds wlt'jln tlio city Itself, but  while, those pre useful and necosBur^  thoy provido a menus of-recreation .'������r  a fow hours- at most. Tho iialioiru  p'nrliB would reserve largo ureas where  pooplo would he free to go for uu Ion,,  AAl  LUMBERING TO BE EXTRA HEAVY  Much Timber Felled by Storms or  Damaged by Bush Flreo ' ,  RoproROiitntlvoH of tho big lumber  companies operating in the upper Ottawa ivgiou state that operulioiiH in  the bush UiIh full will be iiiiiiHiiiilly  heavy, nnd '.lint nbout Jlfi.OOO men wlll  |)i> employed about two inontliH lionco.  11 Is believed Hint this will go a long  way toward relieving unemployment  In liiiHtorn AtL'h, Tlio rciiNon given  for tho oxtr.i lumbering operations -s  tlmt 'a grout ilunl of timber Hh boon  foiled by utoniB und HllghUy iliiin-  nged by IniHli flroB, nnd thnt II iiiunt  ho utilized ut oncu beforo duiuy hoIh  In.  TRAVELLING  SCHOLARSHIP  tn  Trying to Improve Rucsian Education  Tho UuHHkui (.nbli.nl Iiiih dcihled to  put boforo lho parliament a bill Introducing   ll   H>fitl:lll   O',   UlllYOIhiU   I'llUCa-  tion,  Kclticiitlou In HiiHBln Ib lmporfecl.lv  dovoloped. On an nvorugoout of every  1,000 of tho population, only lill run  road and wrlto Tlio UubbIiui ompiro  Ib divided In l<i dtstrlctB for tlin pnr-  poHfi of if!*icnllciii-il ndmliihiirntlon,  and mont of tin. schools nro under the  mlnlHtry of puhMc Instruction Then'  I aro 11 lnrgo t umber of special m'IiooIh  however, nnrtor Hopnrato nilnlstrlcH.  No man la w'.ao at all times.���������I'llnv  tho lClder.  National   Q.nlery   Offers    $1,000  Palnrei-B or Sculptors  The triiBf..ioH of the Nntloiuil (lullory  , of Ciinada have decided to grunt ii tm-  i veiling HdlinliirBlilp of'? 1,000, to    ho  uwanli'il iinmiiill;' at the exhibition of  tlio lloynl cnniidliin Aeuclumy of Art si,  Tho Bcliolnrri'iilp will lm open toipiilnt-  orn nr Hciiltitnrs of olllinr hpv who unk  llrltlsh HiibJcclH.  1 ho winiief ot tlio hciiolarHliip will  he required to lonvo for Kuropu within threo mnmliB of the nwnrd uud to  reside In Huropo for 11 yenr.  ns thoy desired, Such parks wou)cl,b$,  in reiillty, "peopled eBtutes" and  woutd afford tc tlio ordinary citizen  niiuiy of the lulvuntiiges which tln>  man of wen'ith posHUHses in liis coub-,  t:*y ostato. In lho worclB of tho boolv-  lot thoy would bo "places whero Haw  poor could got a Biimiiior cot luge ca'  cnivip Kite fo' a noinliiiil rontul. wht.-i<j*<  boys and iiipp could ''.amp und (lull ni/jr  fltudy nature, where the sick and ilt-fit-  cnto could dnd t.cw Bloros of lieaHn  lu the great oi.l-ol'-doorti, by right ot  cltlzt'iiBliip, without leave or hind-  ranco of an ������������������cine."  Thoro Ib 'till within eaty much nl  mnny of ou lnrgo cIHob, land nvull-  nblo for Hun 1 a piirpi,HO which In eltb  nr public clomnin or procurable nt low  conl, 11 wor.'il Hfoin worth while considering the iri-lco I'lvon by Ainbiin-  undor Mryco In Otinwn, bororo IiIh re-  tun, to lO'ulnnii, iinimdy, 11.nt tho  Unin to Hot niiido public domiiln for  tho future ii ''Hi, of II.n pcoplci i������ now,  not when the (UirrouclimiuilH of cWlllr-  zntlon h.ivif roiidi.'rt'd this ulniont .m  poHBllilc,  ei������  Cnnnda Lobcb Much Thrount* Penta  Cnnniln jJit-H a' IciHt fifty million  dollnrii a y>'i\r through daiiiiige to  crops alone from lnnocit poiitH, accord  ing to n Hta'etn.M\*. In tho Agrlciituml  On/.t'ttfi, publlH' cd by the cloparlnicn'.  of iigrlculUuo. The protection of In-  linctlvoroiis nlrdH, therefor, In Htron*  l> ui'^o.d. I'.vc-.'.dieutlon has shown  Hint fully Oii po- cent, of tlm total food  of wood pnekorn, ������t| per cent, of t'lilt  of tiy cntchi.rB i.nd ;i,' per cent, of tlio  yearly food tf w.oiib In liiflocln.  Another rt*nioi glvon for p,*oloctln>r  tho lilrdn In tho fact that ninny of  thom coiiHimo ilio nrjods of woods.  Revelations Recording Attu ls������and  The  niill,''.'H 011   Attn    ImIiuki,    tlio  woHturtiinoB',   ot tho Aluiifiiin t'liuin ttf.  AIiihIiii, are ''yliif. rapidly, und ujuii Vm  iHluiiil wlll li-- uitt'roly ilcpopulntiiil, 110  j furilluf. to  -iffU-ov: "of thf rev.'n.i  i ..*_  jtcr llniilg.i. wlih'ih linn retnriird from  ; 1111 I,hot; niih. cuiho niiiong tho iHlnmli)  of iho north  ('apt. II. (.. Hamlin, cnmmiinddr crT  Ih'i Utinlgn mild lnrgo nunibi cb cf  tho Alniitii 1 n Attn nro dying of dU-  loiiKO, the mortnlltv durlnc tlio tvlnt<������-  nncl uprliig lining CHpuclnlly lionvv  Tlio AloittH nre afflict ml with uenilr  every iIIbo.vso known to medical-  Hcioiice, tlu Uiki.ku'h offlcurn said.  Street Rallwayo  To overy 1 Olio of the population  Cnlgary Iihu .hh ,iiiii������8 ut Htreut railway track, the hlgheiit mlleugo per  tlioiiiiund In ihu Uoiuliiluu of I'unuiki.  .Suiiliiitnori ujiiiim noxt with .70 mil.'.*,  Kdmonton Hiioh vp with .70; Uoglnu ,1  HiitlHllor, wit? .00; wlillo Winnipeg und  Toronto hnvo tn got along with ,tf  and .21) roui>ectlvuly. TB>i Slavs', Ct^U$ftI<'ASf?>, BttJTISH GOI^JMBXA.
-*i\ v. si ta^^Mk*��K\=tt-T��>xnl����Mk4RaEiiiW��JK��SKW>vcu-��MiJuc��>i
n*w��w< 11 *��t ����<M(Miw *m+n t,i*at <*+\jt i n.m ^m^
rj��p-j.. +_-*_ ,����w-r.\t-��'.* -
Re^jijd as that the winter is almost here
os-t- ' . xn~xir'ztm*S��**a.'Wx **^***r��a*sx****aa iminwtw
 PROM $1.75 TO $30 EACH	
.'iridic:  Shfls; grey   and    white   blankets  and
Comforters in   a full range of price?.
- or solid cor.'.f'JW, try a ''RESTWELL'' Steel Bed
and a "KJJVL'MOR.E"   Spring and Mattress
The Fssriiiture. Store .'
.MclMu-c l!i*"k.   A. MoKINNON     C.lmbcjlami
- ri
i  wu.��nu�� u-Mmi Morn
(P.y i^'i'Uui ]:*aK-vj
'J'.wo j-piiit.-. tv:iiitcl at-Heaven's
_\ud oue was confident; siniij:,
The other was went} ancl labor-
bo-wed. -      ' "
.And tlie cultured spirit drew
'With a, glance at the other's
rough array,
"'���Speak up, you,spirits" St.,-Peter
"And tell me why you would
step inside.'-'
������'Sire." said the polished oue,
".Let me iii.'
t? < t
A golden crown 1 am fit to win,
">'or the world has always known
bf "nie
.As-a splendid giver to charity,
A leader of uplift near and far,
;So let nie in where ihe ��ood
souls are.''
"-' I'.!) wise.'' xiid 1 V_ter'' V-ou
k     MAROGCH1 BROS.-'
��/" a
I" *
Agents for Pilsener brewing Compam\s BKKK
Wholesale Denlers in all Kinds of
Wines and Liquors.
-    - -   -m    ��� -* .  ���   - -.-���--.._,.- ^_   >    ^.,-        +-^<��n*Tr*~y*y(****r*i.t*a*&*i* tmamtami^vf ���������!������������ i ww���������" i    ��� ��������� '       ���  ���   ����������������.���,      " i��mti����� ���m   ,       ���
5��    'HUB' ���! p- Ph'illipps Harrison
i"    vour   suiiiliis.
Sodas,   leu   Cream,
and    Confectioiiury
#ot your rents
jYo-h roll on houses and tenements, ��� -
'Then thought to cheat your
G-od. good lack !
liy givVi*' srnn'e of Au: inoney
���    'back.
Tent gave your- gold���ou a whole
sale plan,
J-j'iit did you ever, your whole
���lifeA span. ���
Help some poor,dcvil--as nian
���to man V n
j->id you ever toil, did you ever
AVi at a dollar means tlint you
have to KAK v ?
The bead of the cultured ,-oul
bum.',  ow,
And meekly and taint.lv he ans-
v.eied, "No."
-'You're *mt of a useless thing
my hid,
V, a J reckon your bringing up
Wii,S b,.i.d,
:-)<) \"\\ send you back to the
earth once more
.Don't puUev around as you did
.I'm ;;et in 'he rottyh woi'lr'Cs
1 w.ovk aud st'.'ile
And learn the joy and ihe pain
u\ hh-
A nt play ami wr.fl: will)  vow
li-.l'u-w men
And aliei a while ycm can call
::\;ain !"!
To fcr- o.hcr spiiit St. J't''i.r said,
������Whal did you do iu the, iite you
I'.-ii . "
������J:i*t di);: liie I'oal,'' \wis the
m.iur.i reply,
St. l'et<a- viewed him wiih kind
1 i,<o  i��� vi���
-    .
���What Ah: ?"���--
������Why notliing," relnrued the
������Nothing important���just digging coal,"
���'Nothin; impcii'tan', just tligg*
iii jj conl!''
St. 1'c ei luuglifd at the puna]id
;-, ���..'.
.**Jt s  oiling cua! to make tlie
Which tii.ikcs n fact cd'ttie die: tn
methodist church '!
services! .
Public Worship���Sunday, n'
a in. aud 7 p.  ni.
Bible Study (S. School) 2.30
p. m.
Young People's Society���Mon"
day, 7.30-p. ui.
Ladies Aid���First TttfescUy of
every month, at 7.30 p. m.
-In The ^fatter of an   Applica
Lot  I,   JJlock' 4>K,''   Cutnbei'hind,
Map 522 A.-
g-DuNSMLiiR Avenue
I  ���    .   "
)rink a Bottle of Pilsener,
Notice the good effect m appetite and digestio n
Also distributors for. U.B.C and   New life Beers, Nanaimo,
II f-IP P11       WINTER'
��wrai_OtSK8    .$__'    i^'_��L'S__:__________i'___ii'_i^^^^
Our Winter Underwear "Stock is complete now and.comprises, some  of the
01     i. '
"��� -|rBEST~MAK
Schofleld's, Heavy .Rib, per g.u ment .... ��1 25 mid $1.75
"Uritanu'ii" fine a'l wool, per garment $1.75
Pen \ng e, fine allswoo\. per garment  .$1.50
Men's Shirts mude of fine Scotch Zaphyra
with French cuffs and collar to mm ch   $150   '
- Men's Heavy Wool Sweaters ...  ���  $4.00 to $6 50
Cord Velvets in all leading shades, 27 in. wide, extra val 65c yd
THS "IBEAL" STORE    Noxt ��,'..li-wai*���
v-   ���     ���-,      ,   .  . f        .     t Oumbcr-lnud to Union IJav.' ioc. for two minutes     4��
t ���.:.,   n a       .���.-(���'        1   ""' Cut-nberlauil to Fanny Rav ...; 20c. ior two minutes     j.
tminon at ilu. cxpirat-iqnoi- one ca]    ��� '
(Miliar luoiith from tlio  ilrst nub li..
1 * Fanny Hay to Taylors
�� Fanny Hay to Union liay ioc for two mi miles     *��
"t Union I!ay to Courtenay coe. for two minutes ���  *f
cation Lifii'eoi' to iisno a fivsli Cor-
tilicnte of Titlo in lion of the Cor-
rifiato of Title iestiml to' Coome
Ilichai'd^ou     and    Ruth     Ao-nos
liic-hurdti>ii   on   thn  lOrh   day  uf
Jtino,, .U'U, aiiij'.NniilMiruJ 'lift'
li, y.'i: ich Juts bevii lost.
.Dated     at  the   Lunil  Tlemsfry
OHicc   Victuria, JJi-iiish   Coluni
bin,  this 2-ftli dny  of Sopteiuber,
Ren;i^iiu' Gunenri of Titles.
William IJicb, of the diiileon
hlicics Piano Co., Victoriu, is in
town this week,
Messrs Henry uml Gon.od Uifu
wore in town 011   Saturday,   ,
Judgo Barker wild in town tliii-
woe), holtliut,' court.
tiiiiiikin^ ('oncort  und   lm.\iti��j
Wiliest, ill the    Cumiiflrliiiid    liali
on Mrtiulny eveniiur, Oct, l'.Jil'..
Mr. and Mi*. Tlm*. IJickie ain'
diiii^lilers iil'l'ivcil liiHiic mi Tlir.s*
day from a yiidt, lo   Viclorin,
A, K, 1'iUuer of thn CiMirteua^
l!i"i','il'l, paid thi-; ullice a visit on
Tuo.d.iy. Ilo hr.iuKhf Mrs, Kil.
mi'i'iip with Iii nt v and loft lier to-
a pal ionl nl our local hospital.
a- ..^...m..W ������.jfr._ ������������*.< ��� >�����
,i<n��m vtnmtmmmmm
^                          ___....      ,                                           ^ ^
-f   Fannv Bav to. Cumberland 20c. for two minutes *,
���*���            '*���",. ��,
15c. lor two minutes ���*,,
7    Union Bay to Cuinberlaiid ioc. lor two minutes     *
v   Union Bay to Fanny, Bay ioc. for two minutes     ��1
Also   special   nii>lit' rates' ���}���
Between 7 p. in. and 8 a.-in. ���!���
'      * *L*
to all points iu British Columbia, V
%  Three Times the Regular Day Period for tlie Regular Day Rate. ;t;
2��T Make Appointments Any Time During the Day "j;
r-'   "" ��� ' ��� - ,      ���!���
\C* Telephone Co* Ltd %
Just fli^^inj; coal���whose power
litis Hurled
Man's iniyhty engines ronnrt tlw-
Just dicing coal, whose white
i.^t (.io.-,.
������  ' ���   r.*    '
Bonis back lhe winters bitter
���fust rtigying coal !~~oh friend or
Ci me in and join the Heavenly
Vou did,your woik uor shirked
uor sweived,
Aud F-k-aven is made -i'or llios*; j ]*.rttp��r<-<| to ,mii\ro.  \ve i.r�� rfoinjf to win
who  scrvvd ! \Uc*a*t *a mthm   .'���ml   tu   ].m|>uv  like
wiii'ofuro a�� thiH. Wc aro going to win
beciuae wo hiivuoiir pooplo Hiiitoil oh tlicy
never hnvo hoon bufore. Wo nro goUiiR
to win hcctiUBu our DomitiiouB nnd Km ���
piro. imtuido tlioso isliuuls vio witli oach
other in RoneiouH emulation ns to wliiuh
tlnll give ub nioHt uupport In Rupplien mul
inoiii'y mid nion. AIjovo al1, wo lire koIiik
io win l)i;cau!>u wo Imvo 11 liiiili, 11 pitio,
nm. n junt oniwn. and wn cnn npjioiil with
liumblo hut, I think, ouriiRHt coiiliilonco
to IHm, Wlio iu tho woriln of our uenuti-
Tiil old pnrupliruiio wo recoyni/.o hh tho
������God of llotliol It)' WIioho Iiiind
"Our peoplo still uru lt.'il,"
llibtor*. Iiuh iiavor. roconleil ao ijiv.nt nnd
universal a ruJIy as has tnl,i?ii plnnn from
one ourl to thn otliur of tho ,131'itifh K111-
piru; nil thu ovoi'h.iim (.lominloim wi'hoiit
nn (ixfioption nro aciidiiig Iheir uifit ot
mon and material in ddfwiM! of iiivilizntion
in.J pK'^rcHri, ��s well a:- not plighti'd word
in 'i wftlcruo Irmily, hk Mr. AM|iiiih wiid in
hit: ^'iciit tiiiildluill spt'crh, "Sunnor thin
ho usili'nt, witnosH, wliiuii iniiuiitiii fact, ��
uil(i;( iiucdir.plioo of fliiw ti-i'tio tu'innjih of
furci! over law mid fiom mn, 1 wniiKl ruth
ur n<i-ihifidKuiitry (.'fniirii lilnlti'il out of
tho |iiij,'ih uf history rutlior Hum ho nil nc--
u iiipJici.' of thi.-oiilr/if'o thut Oorinmiy Iii'
di:iin in I'.i'ltf'iinr, \\\'m in a Hpiritnul imii-
lliot-i.nt n nvitiri.'il one." Mr, ll'iimr
liiiv who followid in . ttircolnl tumult
Maid, "Tho lioml of thn (li'iiiili'i kovhciv
ini'iil Iiuh drnwn the Fivord and mny tlio
(iiirKt'd syiitem for whioh lie Htunds perifih
by tho hword."
All our ImiirU bleed a�� wo hour tho long
roll i'f the iin'tn lulled, wounded mul uiinn-
ing in thin nwful wnr, but Hurt comfort in
the taut that tlio gnpo uro immcdiitoly fill
,.l!v iA.i..LAy>.i., -Al tit's itiuTVm
'A,-. Sivcn l-iindri'd priiifi'n nnd ,'h\tit��
ot India hw pi'olTuroil nil tlieir men and
resource*. Cntuidrt ^as nent her llrnt con*
tiiiKunt of /.ror .10,000) AmlrnlU, Nnw
Xuitlnnd, Hmith Afrieri,    Kewfoumllnntl;
L'Vtll till.' I'llllll  IjlllllH tna'lKK llu nn A), l til
��forco of M'.otnna, with allthoHo in ml-'     lilUTH��� At llcviui,   ou Oct.
dttioii to onr Allien,  wbo cnn doubt thr  I3t]1(  tii tho wild of  J.OIlis I'Vun-
insuo '.'   UirA lvOH��bury in hi* ipsoch to        ,1 ���  ���
iUimuliite rcfl.ui.inn hi LinHthgowibiro,    t!i c ' ' '
Scotland, tinMicd it in tlm mn^nith^ut
coiiilduu.o in thn ultiintte robult:   "Make
no ndNt��k�� it| wo ahull win.   lehinis) Wo
nre ffchtini.' with onr buck to tlm wall  to
y>rov/'i*t �� jtliAn.it ir.i] d'ft.��t inch jia K��j.��
lnnd hni tuv,'t mn.tniiiml 11 nl Ii'nrt now
Holy Trinity Ch 11 roll Surviouc.
flunday, Oct. 1 8th, IDtli Siuidny after
Trinity. The Fiwtivitl of Ht. Luko tlio
Kvanj.idht, nnd Chllilron'* Ony.
Mutiiifi, and Hermoii; Hpoelitl addrosn to
pure 11 tn,  11 a.m.
Children'* S'orvieo; Bpou'*' collection
for Hundiiy School MiHRion Vuml, 'A, p. 111.
EvonBoiix anil imrmon; Subjeot Oliiwti-
an WorHliip, t p. in.
Wednesday,  tint,  'il,   JJvuinioiitf  luuii    ^
.Sermon, 8 p. in.
Chin. iloV��ro  White, olor��yniiin in
g ��� Capital raid Up $11,560,000.
Reserve $13,p00,0       |
The Royal-Bank of Canada.   J
tj 1)15AbTS   ISSUED   IX   ANY    CUl-lUKNOY,   PAYABLE   ALL ��������
j OVER   TilE    WORLD. ��� |
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINt-i.. ACCOUNTS &. inli-iuM |
5 i��t'bi}ihe*t Current Rules nlhiv'cion D'_pusits of i. 1 nml ii]iwnrdp. t
3 ri
s CUMBERLAND, B. C , Bnuieh, Opon tt-iily      D, M. Morrison, Mgr. a
�� UNION "PAY, B.O, Branch, Cp��>r, X..i 7/.      F. Bncv/ovth, Mgr. |
1. COURTENAY,   3.' 0 , Branch,  i.-jj-n .U.iilv' Tl, II ��� Haidwick,   Mgr ?"j
~~-i!:iraiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii!!-:iiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. #
KtuciiiX4l>SKuLwnJ^4��iJ��i*w^#iiMWUW��>Jii��>iMVLAir u*,a*..*.tim**w*mw**m***.tM-M' umtwh twit 1 **um
=V% BOfi0^fl=
Manufaoturer- of MINERAL WATER
��m '*uiv.wu-��4W��j***jn*tiijW-��x.i*'.a#.
P. O..HOX.-482
PHONE 20..,.
i Thomson's   Boarding   House 1
Has Now I'jit-n Upcncii Up and is w
Tho Wome.i.'A Putriotlc S'^i-
ciy forwavdctl h pnrcol to Van-
i'.o\wev this vvtdi, whU-h coir
tnineil tht- following: 11 pirn of
rindif, 14 flmiucl hliiftn, 7 ho*.
*it��l  7;5j*ijt*!��i��'t*t -I n��linel l��:>ml��i
\ ��.Utrt ����tinol tw tkMiiif.it tit<i by ttuy ncb\*IW-  1 Uujttcd h'.'lMH't.
pvc'j);iiL'il to I't-ceivL* honrdtMM
V,o::d hy Oiv !>���"���, Wee.': or   Month
���Ut-nsouablc Kates���
ft    XXT+a*    ^tirt^M^rkvt       Diiijwnulr Avonuo, N��ar Fourth   S
jj  w m. i nomson       stront-cumboriiind, n. o.     <$


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