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 /'���������  ,/,  y  ������������������N       i  y  Devotee! Especially to the Snteresti* of Cumberland and Surrounding LMslrict.  A.  MMlVMtlAMU  T:ik Kkws, Twenty-Fikst' Ykar  CUMBERLAND   B. C, WEDNESDAY,   NOV. -t,  :<.ii  'SUBSCRIPTION Jl.OO'A YKrtll  Patriotic Concert  And Dance  Patriotic Goncert  nnd  Dance  lelcl in the Ilo-Ilo.Thcaiie, Friday, September 25t.l1,  1914.  ,  Total cash receipts fiom  Cowichan Makes  One Trip a Week  o .    The following letter has been  received at this 6fi.ee- for publica  tion:���������  Vancouver, B. C.  ��������� V?u-J������      -    -*.3������������  ������������������������������������$������������������������������������������^  conceit and dance $t6,j 751  Oct., 31st, 191.}  .1 otai  expenses.  6S.co  90 75  New- Stock ..of Fall Suits for  :    Men and; Bovs  Our Fall Kimg-e of Meii's^Ovorconts in splendid values, and  the styles aro the vey latest.   Prices Irom $8,50 to $27,00  Men's Suits, right up to the minute, at from $12 50 to $30  Oui 6tock is complete and our services at your command  Boys' Suits���������We have lhe largest showing- of boys' Suits  <jver shown at the Big Store. Our prices are very moderate,  and for quality you can depend on us,  ^ttttrtn fimn &Mn., UM  Ihil,once  Tlje committee wish to thank  the following parties lor their  very hind assistance towards making the concert and dance such  a success :  Mr." and Mrs. Frank Dallos,  Ladies' Patriotic Guild, Symphony Oichestra,"Mr. II ay worth,  manager, Ilo-Ilo Theatre, Miss  Maggie McKenzie aud Air. A,  McKinnon. and others who kind  ly assisted.  Comox   District -Patriotic    War  Fund as on October 30, 1914  - MAIL SERVICE.  Commencing Thursday, Oct.  2i)th, t.ho mails will arrive .and  bn dispatched ns follows:  Arrive by 1_ & N. train, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5  p. in. Dispatched, Monday, Wed-  nesdy mul Friday at 10 11. in,  Arrivo hy S. S, Charmer, Wednesday'and Friday evenings. Dispatched, Thursday and Saturday  al ('). 11, in,  Mails by S. S. Cowichan, hnvo  been discontinued.  -m*.������*������rrrYm.m,���������.n^r-~mr~vr-.TVrr*-Te? Km -r.n  On Saturday last. M \ J , W.  Carroll had n narrow escape I'i'mii  an infuriated boar.     While  liunt-  RECKIPTS '  Sept. 14.���������From M.E.U.  MacKarlaucSecy. ...������ 30 00  Sept.' 28���������From M.LCR.,  Macfarlane Secy ....    33 25  Sept. 28.^-From M.E.R.  Ma'cfarlaueSecy...'.   166 25  Oct. 20.���������From M.E.R.-  -,.  Macfarlane Secy.....    28 50  Oct. 26.���������From M.E.R. "���������]  Macfarlane Secy..      2" 00  -JAro ad i at i_Col. ._6o a_00.  Editor Cumberland News,  Cuinberlaiid, B.C.  Dear Sir:--We regret that owing to the serious falling oil iu  trade, we have beeu obliged to  reduce on? se'rvice to Nanaimo,  Union Hay and Oomux, and effective ou the 161I1 of November  our set vice will be reduced to  one sailing per week from Vancouver ; in other words, the  Moiiday night sailing from Vancouver will be eliminated. In  order to save the residents iu  your district some inconvenience  we should be obliged if you  would publish this letter iu your  next issue.  Yours truly,   '  Union Steamship Co. of B. C.  per E. H. Beutley  Managing Director  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD  /) "the square dealing house;-  I Recent Arrivals in Goods that  1 Are Much in Demand include  c/llloa Wheeling  A    Choice Selection of Shades,    imported  from Alloa. Scotland  -^-  Ladies * Waterproof  Coats  Two Lines Plaiu Shades  JJC-UAIO,  (emplnyi.es)  We have been informed that  Mr, Ohas. Parnliam will be a  candidate ior mayor at our next  civic election. If this be true,  we have 110 hesitation in saying,  that no better or   more   popular  Waterproof Coats and  Gapes |  For School Children���������all sizes <������  I', Lighter, practical watchmaker and jeweller, hns opened a  plnco of business in lho Ilo���������Ilo  Theatre Block. Ho is an expert  in tho lino of watch repairing,  Mr, Lighter's wife aud six children will shortly arrive from  Alberni, where Mr. Lighter had  been in business previous lo com"  nig grouse lie run   across  anil shot, it,    Uo .laid  n   cut)  down  1  lis  iny here.  gun and started to haul it, out of  tho brtifc'h, when its mother appeared 011 rhe scene, and was  quite close to him before lie noticed iiei\ , II is dog grabbed the  heal' by the flank, which distracted lior attention for a moment,  while Mr. Carroll rttehod for his  gun, iuul by the time he gut tunr  ed'tiround the hear was within  two feet of him when ho shot her  through the head, Und the gun  ndwell fire, it would have heen till'  off ivith Mr. Carroll.���������Cointenay  Review.  The householders vote will be  vciy light at our noxt civic election, there having heen only OS  ; against 170 last  Thih is a-drop..  "   " Total    ������865 00  EXPENDITURES ,.   ���������  Sept, 23. MrslARii->li!ot-d $ 10.00  Sept. 23. Mrs. Jas. Ward 10.00  Sept. 28. Miss  Rushford 33.25  Sept. 29. Mrs. Macintosh ro.oo  Oct. 3. Ilo-Ilo Theatre.. 30.00  Oct. 6. Cumberland News 6.00  Oct. 5'. Islander  21.00  Oct. 5. Macfarlane Bros. 1.00  Oct. 5. K. L.  Saunders 5.00  Oct. 5.,I-I. McMillan..;, 5.00  Oct. 20.  Mrs R, Rushford 50,00  Oct. 30. Balance on hand 683.75  $865.00  citizen could have been named  as a candidate for the position of  ' mayor of this city. 'Charlie! has  made a good alderman, and  we feel assured would make an  excellent mayor. When Mr.  Parnhutu's public 1muounc.onn.11t  is made, we will have i'urlhor to  say.  Women's Patriotic Soc'ty  A parcel lut? boon Bent to Vancouver Hub wool;, containing;  2 prs. of Hocks  1 Jlolmot  2 prs. ofMii.tons  2 Hospital NightdhirtM  (I Flannel Bands  4 SuitH of Pyjamas  2 NightiugaloB  2 INanaol Shirts  Noxt Tuesday, a (ionornl Mooting  will bo hold In tho Oddfollowd Hall  at J{ o'clock, Vory important  biiBinoflfl with regard to tho financial standing of tho Society ban to  bo considered, and it is hoped all  wnnien interested in tho work will  mako h point of briny present.  ,���������������        11      ' '  '���������Tom** did coctuinly put  up a  Ijood light for lhat $100 a month  for the Women's   Patriotic Socioty.  Ilo Nays that bo ii a ladicd' man���������  and l������c In.  Seo Uutltoii'fflktovo Premium Window ���������  registered,  year.  -���������������-  A meeting of Comox District  Patriotic War Fund was held in  the Council Chamber on Friday  evening lust, President 1). I������,  MmiDonuld in the eliuir, There  wus a lair attendance.  A. cuinnmniculion was received-  from tho Women's Patriotic, Soci"  ety, asking I'or ������100 11 mouth to.  wiii'd the support of that society,  us its funds wore nbout exhausted,  Tills request brought forth vmw  hiderahle (libciiHsion for and  tignit'iAt the granting of the n>"  (jiu.'Ht, It. was decided to call a  general meeting for Wednesday  evening of this week to fully go  inlo tlm iiiutter. it was decided  to publish a monthly finauciul  statement: iu both local papers,   ������-_.-.  A. S. .loijf'fivnn, ucenuntutit nl  lhe iliiiik uf Commerce, relumed  nn Moiuhiy fruiii a two-weeks vacation I i'ii),  rs. Alexander  Walker Sec. WX.T.U.  (Cumberland, P������. C]  Dear Madam:���������We heieby beg  to inform you that after several  careful inspections of all the re.,  sidenccs in the city, we have de..  cided to awaid the pii/.e of $25.  donated by your society, to Mr.  Wm Potter, Iu accordance with  your instructions this prize was  given 10 the householder who.  in our opinion, did most during  the spring and summer to improve and beautify his 1 evidence.  We regret that second and third  prize were not added. These  would perhaps, have gone to  Mrs. Ashcroft and Mr. J. Cook,  whose residences show improve  ment, scarcely less marked than  Mr, Potter's. The following,  also, have succeeded iu hreally  iucicnsing the attractiveness nf  their residences :  P Watson, ,J Uddle, J De Hri-  asi, C 11 Tarbell, Win  McLellan  f    it It,/, la,* ti  ,_ m-i'iiuuui r vjroou, .111-1 I'lowi)  J Thomson, II Creech, K Pickle,  Jus Potter,  Pelbrc concluding, wo wish  to impress, as citizens of Cumberland, our hearty appuciution  of the iliuu^liifuluu.v. ami lib', v  '   liny your Scliool Supi'liea at Mini: 01m  News has reached, Mrs. James  Ward, wife of our chief of police,  that her cousin. Sergt. Wm. Chs  sels of the Duke of Cornwall's Ij.  I , hns been killed in tho liiittle of  tlioAisue.  Mr. Neil MoFuvdou, who h  suffering with rheumatics, lett on  Saturday for Harrison.Jlol Springs  ��������� ���������-Ht-   Jehu C. Brown and Win. Brown  aro off to 1 lie war',  ality of your society in thus seek  ing to make our city more attractive., If $_.5 used iu tnis  man uer has been so stimulating iir its effects, what might  we not hope from a sum  that would pel ink a more ex  tended list of prizes ?  Respectfully yours,  K R. Ilicks,  H. Mc Arthur,  'P. E, Banks,  Judges.  P.  S^���������Have .you   ever tried    'Robinhood"  Flour ?     You will   probably   receive ' this  week      a     letter     fiom       the mil],  ers of this High Grade Flour, ancl we ask  the favor of your consideration as to its  contents. This is a personal matter be.,  -t ween���������u si���������Hie���������11st���������of���������11 a hivs���������hr-f urn .sired���������  by qurseives. Try this flour; it is ������uarau-  teed 1 to be the best ������n.'tln_ market at anv  price.        ' .,���������  Macfarlane Bros., Limited  THE CORNER STORE   CUMBERLAND  1 Phone 10  P. O. Box 100 i  (*)a  g -���������������������������{������  . We think that the Women's The Patriotic Fund benefit  Put riot ie Society should get that, dance, given by the management  #1.00 a month from the Patriotic;[of the Ilo-Ilo Theatre on Monday evening, was fairly well at  tended, and much enjoyed, The  hall* of the teceipts, amounting to  816.75, less $2.50 expense, will  be passed over to the Patriotic  Fund, to bc handed to the Wont-  en's Patriotic Society. This  kindly act ou the pan of the  theatre management, is very  much appreciated.  Fund without a word   of   discus  sion,    It is doing a   grand   work  and should he encouraged ill every  way.  W. S. D.Siddnll,   of KatiaiiiKi,  is in town,  Mr. Joseph McPhee, <rf Courtenay, was in town on Tuo*-'day.  We notified   'slacl  in town this wftek.   -<������������������  Me Nov in  Coroner Pickle left for the  northern pnrt of lho Island on  Tuesday to hold an inquest.  Pheutaiii .hoo'iinr for tliii suimen  wan over on Uenilxir  Ulst,  William iMcJ.clluii returned  home on Sunday I'mm a biiHiicmj  trip In Vancouver,  ^,M*,!o!,,M"!"M"M,,l,,I*,M"!"!"MH  ' ' 2  U  ..CAMPBELLS..  KXTRKMK CARK in ilu: matin- of design,  selection of nriteriul and manufacture, is pit in  these coii.tf.'i. livery fold collar i.s designed .10  as to nli'ord ample tie-sliding space and is made  with W. Ci. & R's. popular weur.resisting"Slip  On Hutioii Hole," the one thai saves time and  temper, i Iic-m: i.uii.u.i ii\e. *mmi o iOI"   UUO.  1  3  &  \mvjf," *���������  3 to a Box.   No handling by anyone from our hnncl* to   yours.    J.  ffiMi������im>ii������wim'M.B  *mm*tt*mm**s,*>* *T*m*9*imM+*m  ?    JUST   RE-'EiVED   another  Leader  Lino of  Penman's   Shawl * W.  V     Oolfr.r Swoal"er t'oatS I'or men and women, in maroon and oliv<\     All sizes.     ������  V  4  WMUitfJLWUVWflUi  nm*a**mtm*mtt*t  MM������������l.lfcll  CAMPBELLS '  3: THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  t  Her  ^  By Basil Tozcr  Ward,   Lock   &   Co..   Limited  London,  Melbourne and Toronto  "Editor Keene does not," returned  the old man; "he gloats over his account as if he were telling of 'the  most heroic and noble action conceivable.    But he does not like negroes."  "I do not like Mr. Keene," the girl  T T II  said: "1 don't think he is quite san_.  \I ������*T]0(r*slY\(%fi' ��������� "01l������ SiUie enough," hor companion  \   Vll^VUilVV    ||  answered.    "They sa/ liis  wife  was  murdered by a negro, anil that is w'l  he haies them so, but likely enough  that is only a tale. It seems this  negro murdered a white ,-oman in  Missouri, so the neighbors took him  and burned him alive. Now, if that  negro had any enemies, there was a  one death to-gratify tliem."  "(jrandfatiier," protested the girl,  "what ideas you have!"  "Why'else  do  1  live  alono?"  the  old mnn asked.   "Solitude is the mother of ideas.   Hero is another for you.  Look."   lie rolled up the sleeve of tho.  nnel  shirt  he  was    wearing    and  showed    that between tiie wrist and  i in? elbow his skin was colored a deep,  shiny black, oxacdy like a purc-blood-  I'lie niosi successful of  i mv inventions," he said, "lf 1 treated  ! my while body with this preparation!  ,   ,        , , , ,    i have  invented  and   went somewhere  Il  belonged  to a  white  man,  who, vvlu,r(!  {   WU8  nol  klloWlli  i   think  1  , PROLOGUE  ln one of the western states of tho  American Union, aot fur from where  the district linoxyn. as "The Bad  Lands" stretches its strange fantastic  desolation, tliero is a farm of somo  five hundred neves; remote, for the soil  is poor and barren so that there are  few other settlers near; aloof from  the common life of the district,  for,   . ,,  that seemed to be its owner's will and i!.(.."....,_,  wish; alien and shunned, for strange  tales were told concerning it.  was seldom seen, hut it was chiefly  worked by negroes, of whom a small  colony resided on it. Another reason,  this, why its owner was looked on a stance; for why, the neighborhood asked indignantly, .should the owner of  this farm . ppoar to.prefjr laborers of  a color different from his own?  On   he farm itself, which to the post  office and to surveyors was known as  v Siddle's farm, but which in 'he ileigli-  . borhood  bore ar.other and a  stran '-  A^name, the, most conspicuous building  was a  tall, barn-like    erection,   ssur-  rounded by two wire fences, and hav-  ������    could pass for a negro, eh? And if 1  claimed to he a white man, it would  take some proving, eh?"  "It is very wonderful," said the girl,  ��������� -'dently not much interested, "but  you could surely easily prove you were  <' bite;   by  washing,  for  example?"  "Ah," the old -*ian answered, "that  is the chief merit of this new dye of  mine. Washing simply makes it look  shinier, and fresher. The only tiling  to do, if you want to gA i ft of it,  's to wait twenty-four hours, and the.i  Jt will begin to fade, aud dry friction  will bring it off in flakes. I could wish  .  ng in the lower part of its wall not ] ,t w(?_e juorc permanont, but twenty  i single window.    Twenty feet above   f-M]r hours shoulfl  Birth Rate Throws Light on thu War  Interesting vuul statistics recently  compiled by the Department of Health  o��������� the United States in regard to the  birth rate of the large cities of the  world were issued recently, according ��������� ��������� which Germany, during the  years 1SS0 to 18M, inclusive, leads tne  world.   The report says in part:  "From the statistics  the department, Berlin  ORLD'S   MOST-TRAVELLED   MAN  Rev. Francis E. Clark, Founder of the  Christian Endeavor Society, Has  This Distinction  Doubtless uo other man in the world  has travelled Lomun:* miles and done  i so large a work for the world us Roy-.  prepared    by '��������� Francis Ip. Clark, D.L., l������L.D., founder  ;i_   isso   had 'of tlie Christian Endeavor Society and  the highest birth rate of the cities of i Proshlent of the World's Christian, En-  the world, namely, -10 births per 1,000 | deavor Union.  of population.   From   1880   to   189a.' I    Thirty-three  years  ngo    Dr.  Clark  despite a gradual decline in its hirth ;W������1S pastor of the Williston.Congrega  rate, Berlin retained its lead. In 18M.  however, Loudon forged ahead, and in  180-1 New York and London both had  a higher hirth  rate than"  iierlin.  "It is clear that the enormous birth  rate between 1S80 and 18!)'!,, still  shows its effect in the prose A Ger.  man army, for all of these individuals  are now about twenty-four years  old, and therefore constitute the flower of the lighting force. With the do  tional Church of Portland, Maine, lip  was then a young man just fresh from  college and seminary. Williston churcl.  was a typical New England church,  with all of the problems and difficulties  lhat those churches had lo meet.  ln the winter of 1SS0-1SS1 a series  of special, evangelistic services in the  church .ad led a great many young  people into church membership. This  wise     young  pastor  realized   that  if  cline in the birth rale, and especially ithose young people were to be held for  since Berlin waspassed bv London In ;'he church, they must be trained for  lS!i:i, it must have been clear to the'. service, thoy must have something to  kaiser and his advisers that the proa-  uoct for the continuation of an overwhelmingly large army was beccming  dimmed.  "Tlie birth rates tn 1013 of the  capitals of the leading nations now  at wnr,-together with tliat for New  York for comparison, -were: Now  York, 2<i births per 1,000 nopulatlon:  London. 2" births per 1.000: Berlin,  20 births per 1,000; Paris 17  "per 1000, and Brussels, 10  per 1,000.  births  births  (lie ground the walls rose blank, and  then were pierced by windows, barred  ami guarded with iron shutters, that  were, however', seldom closed. But it  was plain that tho occupant of this  building had no mind to be overlooked by. prying eyes, and in point of fact  he seemed safe = enough, ut any.rate  till airships should bc invented. This  strange building had alsc a tall chimney,' from which clouds of smoke i  would sometimes issue and drift away  ovor "'the. surrounding prairie.  Within a largo room on the upper  floor���������tin rooms,on the lower floor  having no windows, could cnlybe usail  for storing things in, and not for lir-  ing or working in���������there' sat this afternoon two people, tending/a. furnace'  that burned in one corner ��������� with a  steady r.nd intense glow.  Of these two one was" a man and  oVl, the other a woman and -young.  The man was tall and thin. i.itlAlong  ���������"���������'���������'ts ha' and a head nobly shaped.  But when he lifted his face most people knew not-whether to laugh or be  terrified, for by somo cruel reak of  nature he had leen born without a  nose. Tt was represented only by two  nostrils almost flat with  his cheeks,  " so that the^entrgT)f"nis~fa"ce-was'  blank except for these two small holes.,  The effect of this oueer defoi uity -was  to give an expression half terrible,  half grotesque, and comic. His eyes���������  which, as soon as Uiey saw you, looked at you as an enemy���������had in them  a look of one apart, that seemed to  toll how much this accident of conformation had .separated him from his  fellows.  The woman, or girl rather, for she  ���������was quite young, hai'. a pale, oval face  ���������with a big mouth and chin an'' a mass  of thick black hair that was wrapped  In close coils about her hoaiL She  wns rather thin in build but look?.'  . ct.ive, and had two large dark oyes  that seemed to search for something  they had never found. From whore she  Bat. between the window and the burning furnace, she gazed far out over the  rolling prairie towards a distant hill  where tfns the beginning of trees, a  small wcod In fact, or "bush" as it,  was called ln tho neighborhood, Except for a few."bluffs" whero poplars  and willows grew, thero was no other  trees ln sight, and the girl loved trees  and watched these In tho distanco,  and loved them nono tho loss becnuso  fihe knew the railroad passed through  thom, running oast and west.  "I boo thore Ib another case of lynching reported In tho Athens Clarion,"  obRorved tho noiseless old man abruptly.   "Shall I read It to you, Eira?"  "No," said thp girl shuddering; "I  hate to hoar of such UilngB."  Eczema for Three Years, Broke Out  on Head In Scales. Itched and  Burned Badly, Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Curod,  Lyons Jlroolf, N, H, ��������� "I miffflrftil with  (Mitmiitt for throe years, Jt Bturtoil on my  IiuiuIh Umt tn soros bolwoon my fliiBomnnd  ���������all over tlio palms of my hand  I mul Aimers wore big cracks.  Thon It broko out on my lioad  In Kiuilik It Itched mul  btirnod no biully I could not  ilcop, It wan so ItcliliiK and  bunilnu that 1 scratched and  made norofl and my hair camo  '*���������" out awfully bad. I ftlft not  know what It waa. ���������.'"������������������'���������"  " l wnn treated for a long llmo and lt did  not do any flood. J Ravo up my woric for  O inontli but as soon um I tuiiriud vlolim in,  luutu- ii vrli 'us'tAn my bunds int. Jiwt an bnd  an over, I usnd two bottlo* of ��������� ��������� ���������"��������� and  It did not do'any Rood. Ono day I road  about Cuticura Soap and Ointment ami  divided to try tliom, I mint, for a mim'plo  und I uuild thorn till I naw It Htnppnd- tho  W. ��������� *wl W..i.'.-fi. ri I ������>>t ������'.'*���������������. cjKm of  Cuticura- Boap.and a box of Cuticura Olut-  meut and that curod mo." ' (Signed)' Mm.  I\ J. McKcarney. May'27, 1013,  Not only oro Cuticura 8oap and Ointment  mont valuable In tno treatment of ocroma*  ond otii.'r (lUtnwiDK eruptions of ������kln and  ������rnlp. but no other nmolllcnti do no much  for p,rni>l'% blackhead*, red, rough Mm,  liriiln ;, ucnly iicalpn, dandruff, dry, thin and  frtiiiui. Imlr, c'iiuppi'il luii'l'i and .H.hapelw*  null*, nor do It no wonoinlcntiy, Sold liy  ilniKdlsU and dcalcrij everywhere, For a  liocral fr������������ K.iin|U<, of cw'li. with tW-p. lwmk,  K'O'1 iimf-i'.icl lo I'oiK-r Dmi. Si Cimu,  Corp,. IK'jii. H. Ilititoii, U. S. A.  be enough for all  practical purposes?"  "But w'hat is the use of it?" Eira  objected. ' "Xo white.man ever wants,  to pretend to be a negro."  "Who knows?" said tho old man,  and an expression of mysterious hate  passed across his strange ,-noseless  face.  Eira, who Clft not 'ook much interested in the discovery of this now coloring matter, rose to attend to the furnace.  "Is it not ready yet?" she asked.  "Almost," her companion answered,  "lam not hopeful of success. --a. I  hare never mastered the secret your  father went to England to discover  and paid for there with his life."  Eira did not answer, though her  pale face took on a look of pain as at  tlie memory of old and sad days. She  went again to the window.  "There is that man Bryan along the  trail," she.remarked, as if anxious to  change the conversation, "('randi'ather  you do not rally mean to foreclose on  iris farm, do you?".  "Unless he quits his drinking, I  shall," the old man answered.  "Oh, but think bi his-wife and how  ���������har(l--shp.-t.r_iesi_l!_the girl exclaimed.,  "I have told her plainly,"said the"  old man, speaking rather slowly, "that,  unless Bryan /quits drinking I shall  foreclose. She cried,, of course, ami  said there was no hope of that, but I  told her I had a plan to cure him. I  have an idea Uiat if ��������� we gave lilm  some very "great shock, that might  sober him for the rest of his life.  Something drastic, 1 mean."  "What did Mrs. Bryan say?" asked  Eira.  "Oh, she declared she would be only  too willing .to help," said tho old man  with again his old. mysterious smile.  "Grandfather," tho girl asked suddenly, "what made you lend Bryan  ���������that money?"  "Gratitude, to be sure," the old  man answered. "I am one of Nature's  jokes, I know, and folk show it by  screaming with laughter wherever I  show my faco without a noso, But I  have thought that Bryan laughed less  heartily than some of the others, so  knowing how pressed he was for  monoy I lent him some. That ls all."  The girl did not answer. Sho know  hor grandfather spoke mockingly to  hide his renl motive, and what that  might bo she had no Idea. She only  hoped It was not somo strango design,  aimed at the wholo of tho community, that would bring down on thom  an aotivo hate In placo of tho passive  and half contemptuous dislike with  which Bho know thoy wore at present  regarded by tholr neighbors. Sho did  not persist ln questioning him, howovor, for sho was awaro It would bo  UBoleai), knowing as Bho did how bitterly hor grandfather folt his quoor deformity, and how every smllo.lt causod  llllod IiIb hoart \WtIi gall, till, ho had  como almost to hato the whole of man-  iml. If ho had only had tho strength  to treat It for what it was���������as essentially a trifle���������tho world would liavo  followod his lead, and in timo, growing  used to him, would almost havo forgot,  ton It. lint that had not boon IiIb way,  and othor's folly acting on IiIb own  morbid nolf coiiHcloiisnoss, luul brod  an all-onibraolng lmto, In whicli alone  ho lived and moved and luul his being,  Yot ovon for him tlioro woro two  tilings ho loved���������the memory ot his  (load son and tlio living Eira, 'that  aon'n only child,',  "The furnace Is ready now, I think,"  film ntiltl, looking at it.  "Aye," tho'old man said.  Thoy became busy, and drow from  the glowing hoart of. the coals a cylinder that thoy placed in wator to cool.  "I tako mon on tholr woakost nido,"  said tho old man.   "If I havo solvod  this problem at last, tho wholo world  will como grovelling at tho foot of tho  man without a noso.   I'll fling thom  alma or not, as I've a mind."  "Wo do not know If It la buccosb������  ful yot," Bind liiira quietly,  Jn fact, neither of tliem nbow. rt  much excitement, though tho work  thoy woro engagod on, If Biiccossful  would echo ovor tho whole world, nnd  make thom-perhaps tho two most \voi|i-  dorfui people In lt. Working together Mwiutlj oiol nl.(!fi;ll>. ther ice!: tbe  cooled cylinder from tho water and  shook It ovor a linen nhoot oproad out  roady on'tho.tablo. Thoro fell out, per.  Imps, a couplo of Jmndfnln of block  dust, that and nothing moro.  ��������� "Failure," ho said, "ahsoluto  . ' Funeral Festivals  The Greeks- nnd tlie Romans never  nrescribed chilling silence nt funerals.  In the contrary, they regarded thom  as festivals and entertainments and  chose these occurrences for the productions of .the'r groat nb-ys. Fiverv  comedy of Pla"tus was first produced  at a funeral celebration.  A pler.sant medicine for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and there is nothing better jr driving  worms from the system,  Personal  Property  A Cleveland attorney took the Med  i term neon trip n month ago. It was  Mc: first time across the water, and be  ������tpted on his -eturn that he would  hnve had a perfectly glorious time bu*  ror the silly ouestions asked him oy  customs officials.  Tt was'on the pier-at New York  that his 'voes came to a climax. "Open  vour trunk, plense," co"imandert tb?  custom liouse.officer. "Have ;-ou any-  thint in there'but personal property?"  he continued.  "What do you mean by personal  property?" counted tlie lawyer.    .  _  ,"For heaven's sake! Don't von'know  what personal pronertv is?" The'officer looked.up iri amazement. ������������������  "I thought T did," answered tlie,attorney, "and I can assure you that  there is no renl estate in my trunk."  ���������ClevelaiTd~Plain~Deaier. ������������������  msiness n in, who as nn nnnnbl of  n every country of the worl l/ ',0f,r' '-'ivp,a n ���������st amount of Mme to  ach week niP'-tings arc-' conduct- ,n'������ "'"'r nt r,b",et>������ i^.idenvrr. . mo*.  ���������*   Weii<;.  Lift.  n.. LL.r).. p.mp  from  O^in;   Mi^ro  i<;  no  mnrn  (.fflrtf"*    fl"  mieiit. or vrniifv rien'Mn the world tlvn  Ms    T.r   \Vr>ns 's th" editorial sec.ro-  *TV of thn mnvemont i\, .1 Sh"'*"'*  tltfi nnhUn'af lr.r-\ mnvne-or. W3Q ep*d  upr.rnturv Of (br- Po������nsv!''-nnta Christ-  (nn T7)iior>: uiU'^r hi������ ert'i'cient mnn  "cement the nublicpt'on dennrtment  line rinno more for, tho. cause than  pvpr bofp"n- lie ear'"? the money,*Mt  Kiirmorts Obi'i<3tipn ^n'Wvor on this  cnTitino"t.    R������v.- 7, r*   A������d"r������on,.sun  cn-infnnrln-nt Of 111*  Rllilrlnro' TlniOn    Is a  Scotchman, who orirnnivpd the Orat  Clii'lstb''" i^"d"nvor popipH^ in Denmark and Norway lip is al������<"> nssoci-  nte editor of the Chviestlnn ""floaror  World, Daniel A. Pol ine- i<* tbp iipw-  pst. officer of the TTnl*ed Society, hp  was flpld secrptnry of thp O'll" r'ii������"'ct.  Ian Endeavor Union, nnd is now nrpsi-  font's associate nnd cit.i'pnshin n"'->o'*  intendent..Wp is leadinc th;? carniii^n  for "A Snloonless Nation in Ifi "ft"  Karl Lehmnnn.' formerly field seore-  *nrv of the Colorado nnd New Me"''"1  Christian Endeavor Unions, is the  pp'd "sec-Ptorv of the United Society  The official ortrnn of the society i������  tho Christian Endeavor World, nuo-  iished at Boston Dr. Francis E. Clark  's the editor-in-chief., Amos R. w������Hr  is managing editor: Arthur W. Kel  ly and Rev. R. p. Anderson are the  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  The Thrifty Spirit ,  Tt seems easier to be a deacon or  older nowadays than it was in our  father's time. The portentous solemnity of countenance has'gone out with  the ' blacks" that used to be essential  for the duty cf standing ��������� at "the  plate," Only last Sunday, says a correspondent in the Glasgow News, I  laid down my mite under the gaze of  quite a sprightly deacon wearing a  soft gray hat and a suit of light  tweeds! When daddy stands at the  plate a certain small boy finds it. difficult, to observe due decorum as he  passes in to worship. In fact, lie  shows a desire' to take his,parent's  hand and ftand at tho receipt of collection too, On Sunday, as I sat listening to the chink of tho coin In the  "plato" in* tho vestibule, I hoard a  young voice uplifted In argument with  a fond mamma: "But, mummy, it's  daddy! He'll lot ns In for nothing.  Can't I koop my penny for anothor  time?"  Judging Distance  Most peoplo aro unaware that the  nppnront distance of an object do-  ponds upon tho uso of both eyes. This  fact, however, can bo strikingly  shown. Placo a pencil so that two or  throo Inches project ovor tho edge of  a tablo. Then stand alongside tho  tablo, closo ono oyo and attempt to  knock tho pencil off by quickly hitting  tho proojctlng ond with tho tip of tho  forongor, Almost Invariably tho porson making tho attempt underestimates tho distanco by an Inch t moro  and, much to liis surprise misses tho  pencil entirely. Ono oyod pooplo, accustomed to estimating distances with  only ono oyo, of courso, havo no  trouble In hitting tho pencil at tho  first trial,���������St. Nicholas.  do, and they must bo shown how to  do it. He culled his young people together, and on Februar*. 2. 1SS1, the1  Ilrst Christian Endeavor Society was  formed, tho Ilrst Christian Kndeavor  plod co was sig'-ed, and the following  Sunday the first Christian Endeavor  prayer mooting was held.  From that small beginning, In Portland tlio society has spread airt  grown, until today there are more  than 80.000 Christian Endeavor societies In the world, with moro than 4,-  000.000 members.  There are Christian Endeavor socio  tics   In  nnd ea  cd in, more than eightv different Ian  unpps- the litem ture of the society  has boon printed in as rrnny tong'ips.  ������5oniethin>r like I.Kno daily, wpeklv,  and monthly periodicals carrv.Christian Endeavor news: mor������ than 2<>0  npriodioils are rlpvoted Ptitirely to the  work of the Chr'������*iap'';*'idpav' *. There  are more than 1YA different ki'ids of  ''ool-c;. pnipts. o!,rd*s. etc., nuhlish d  for use in the work of tl.e sociPtv and  ns aid'- tn it. Mi,lions of cacps of snev  ini nrinted matter are .issued ever/  year. a'*-    .  From almost the vory beginning of  Hip movement Christian pljideavor has  hppn Interdnnominptlonnl In its scone  and work. Though it becm in a'Con  n-roerpHonnl church, today there arp 87  denominations thnt take Christian En-  -ipivor ns thpir you������i������r np.onle's society.  Thrown out. tho world thprc are prob  nblv more MethodM Christian En-  iicivnr scciotips , thnn those, (if nny  ot'ip'- denomination, though in North  Arnprica. many of- the Methodist  churches have a purely denominationjl.  voting nponle's societv. On this con  tinent there,, arc more societies in  Presbyterian churches than any otlnr  denomination:' the Christian church  '*��������� the second lar.-est numb������r of so-,  "iptios, the Congi'ptf-'.Hon'.il third, thp  Raptist fourth.- Tn Englnn', Burma  -a"~^Tridia7-the-P.apt-iRts-lP-^d-in--ClhJ*Jsti  inn Endaa-or, _ ���������bile ' in Australia.  Snnin. France and ;6Ufer-'coimtries' the  ^fpihodists le'd: in Norway. Dorimark.  Germany and Russin tho Luthprans  lend; in Italy and Waldonsians, etc.  Nr agency has done-more to bring  the Christian peonle of all denominations closer together than has thli;  great, society. -The present tendency  toward a unity of Christian people and  churches-is due, ir. a large part, to  Christian Endeavor, with its more  than 12,000 union meetings ivery year,  rnntring from local and county Christian Endeavor union gatherings of one  l.--.:idred or less, to the Stnte, Interna,  tional, -nil World's Conventions, with  th usands and tons of thousands of  dologatos present. Some of the county  conventions in this court try aro large;  Los -Angeles (Sounty, Cal��������� seldom has  fewer than 1,000 r.t its coun'..' con von  tion; Middlesex County, Mass., had 2,-  40") at Its convention this year. Tho  27th International and Wlh World s  Convention Ir to bo hold in Chicago,  July 7-12, 1915.  Becauso this work is world-wid- In  its character the timo camo when It  was necessary that somo ono man  Bhould glvo all ' f his timo to tho work,  travelling from Stato to State, province to province, and country to country. Thoro wore no funds avulliiblo  for this work from which to employ a  worker; but 29 yours ago, Francis 13.  Clark gavo up tho pastorate of the  Phillips Congregational Church, Boa-  ton, whoro no had gono from Portland, and through all thoso youis he  has given himself to this work, without ono penny of salary from tho  Christian Endeavor movement. Dr.  Clark has earned his own living by tho  uso of his pen, tho books ho has writ-  ton, and tho special artlclos for maga  zincs and nowspapors. Not only has  Dr, Chirk earned his own salary thus,  but ho has paid practically all of his  own railway, BtouuiBlilp, and hotol bills  as ho has travolled In forolgn countries for Christian Endeavor, Ur. Clark  has gono flvo times around tho world,  and many times to Kuropo and Groat  Britain. Thoro Is no country ln which  ho has not travollod and spoken for  Christian Endeavor, lt 1b estimated  that ho has travollod at loast 8115,000  tnilos���������325,000 of thla by water, 4H5,-  OOO'mlloB by rail, and fully 2C.O00 by  wagon, horeobncK, camol, In jlnrlklB  * building to be rented to irovLN an  income for tlu extension,of the rove-  ment in this anc1 other lands. This,  with the .roflts of the publishing department, which has paid all of tha  expenses of the work in North Amer-  h for more than 25 years, will be sufficient to ��������� permanently finance the  world-wide work o" this movement.  This headquarters building is - to  cost, when complete, including lot and  furnishings, $300,000, One-half of this  amount has been raised, and It i 'the  purpose of tho society to raise the  ,!ast $150,000 by November of,this year'  A continent-wido campaign is being  organized, nnd will be waged this fall.  Every former Endeavorer; as well as  present members of the society, will be  urged to have somo part in this matter, which will mean so muc\ to the  world-wide work of this urent nhciety.  and will be a fitting '.st'nioninl of  their annreclntion of the groat work  of Dr.' Francis R. Clark, the world's  most, trnvtdlod man.  .ARso.intPd with Or. Cl'"'k in the direction of the vork of Christian  En-  ������������������"r in North America i a very of  'iciont c-riim of pvnpntivp ofi'l'-.rs, Thn  "ipp-nrpstdpiii i������; ov. Howard u. C.rose.  mis������io:nrv editor of |ho NortVm  i><-,������Moi oh*'rr.i'pq Dr. Gros������ in hnen  on the board of trustors of tho United  ���������'"'"lv   nt   Christian   Fn.Uivo'i-   for   ���������"  yonr*. uo dppien.d tbe nml 'pm of Hip  ������op|fty, ������ Christi'Mi. Fndonvor mono-  irsim.. The gpnern' secretary 's *���������"<'���������  !"m Shnw, IT;.]")., a M-isss-rhi'R.M .Fn-  dpnvorpr. who in- pprvpd as nn of-  Ocnr of the Un'*p(l Pociplv 'or moro  *hnn PR vears. Thp treasurer. Uirnni  V. T nthrop, is n    prominon*.    nostnn  MIND AND HEALTH  ths  Physical    Conditions   Often   at  Mercy of Mental Attitudes  A identist writes: "A woman fancied she had swallowed a frog and  was rapidly sinking. The efforts ol  physicians failed to afford her relief,  It occurred to some one uiat she might'  be deluded into health. A tiny frog'  was caught and put into a tube witli  which they wore attempting to wash  out her stomach. When tho frog was  thrown out of the tube the girl expressed relief and said she hoped they  were satislied her,complaints liad $  real foundation. Iii n short tiri'i'e slie  was restored' to hoallhr Tills is only  cine of the��������� instances in which the mind  has affected the physical condition.  "No one doubts that persons havo  been frightened to death, and ridicule  in statements of this kind should en I.  Tlio influence of the mind is a subject,  which calls ^or ' investigation, and  study, Thoro is no question that menial agitation aggravates, if it,does nnt  cause, disease. .Many a child droops  and dies bocnuro ,it" feels it is unappreciated and neglected Many who  survive drug out a miserable existence  lnstc.ul of boing full of hope and joy,  and energy, promise and, pleasure and  making themselves useful in . tha  world."���������New York Press.  The worms that Infest clilblron from  their birth are of,two kinds, thoso  that find lodgement in the stomaca  and those (hat. are found In tlio intes-  t'nes. The latter are the most destructive, as they cling to the walls of the  intestines and if not interfered witii  work havoc thor<\ Miller's Worm Powders dislodge both kinds and while expelling them from the system serve to  repair the damage they have causod.  Moods of *' c Bay of Fundy  The buy of Fundy is full .of strange  .and contradictory features. Grand  Alanan island, which lies lo the port  hand of a vessel entering Uie bay, is  one rocky gnv oyard���������on the reef of ���������'  the southeast an impaled ship is a  common sight. Every indentation, nay,  every rocky cranny, bears some terrible aud suggestive name descriptive of s-omo maritime tragedy. On the  island, twelve miles in length . and  scarcely inhabited, is a graveyard filled with the bodies of unknown sailers. A little aboso Trinity rock-the  coast of- Nova Scotia rises in rocky  parapets from'the sea and a narrow  inlet, admits to the "Annapolis valley'  where, .trange to say; the eye rests  on a fertile valley of appie orchards  which' raise tlie highest priced fruit  in'T.he world. In this sheltered space "  is a climate which, owing partly to  th i gulf stream and partly to position,  differs altogether from the arctic cold  of the storm ser. without.- Westminster Gazette.  a s i'ne i a"-s-"em l to r si���������' : '-  This article is the first nf a series  to be published this fall, telling of the  ereat work being nccomnlir.lipd bv  ������������������bis world-wide society. The noxt ono,  "Chrintian Endeavor nnd Leadershin."  by William Shaw, LL.D., will appear in  the near future.  The Late Mrs. Woodrow Wilson  It is not merely the example of a  noble life, and of a high responsibility  tranquilly assumed and faithfully  discharged,' that the president's wife  lias left to tho nation as a legacy beyond any assessable worldly estate.-  The action of tho Virginia Federation  of Labor Id the first stop o^ the ^proposed nation-wide endeavor of the  Amoricnn Federation of Labor toward  the abolition of tbo slums, and this  movement, President Gompers now  declares,, takes ou now meaning nnd  will bo prosecuted with greater vigor  becauso of tho dying doslro of Mrs.  Wilson that her dream might bo  brought truo,  Sho had nlwnys labored for the poor  nnd friendless, and hor offorts in  thoir behalf, In medical opinion,  shortened hor life, Hor personal ministration in the slums of Washington  will result In an increased enrolment  to give battlo In nil our cities to living conditions flint are in foul alliance  with moral degeneracy-���������and ��������� what  worth lor memorial could nny woman's  lifo desiro?���������Phlladophia Public I.odg  or.  Potato Juice Cure ,  Potato juice Vs a rem'ed. for sprains,  lumbago, gout, rheumatism, and  bruises"is recommended by Dr. I-lea-  'tmr"Crlio"vsTiTdroHjOnd6n-in~aii-articie-  in the London Lancet. He cites num.  orous cases in his own practice in  which the pain has been relieved  quickly, sometimes by the first ^application, and tho fluid that has exuded into the joint or the membrane has  been absorbed within a few days.  Potato juice is us id as an ointment,  a liniment or a plaster, The raw potatoes aro squeozeu In a hydraulic press.  The starch and nitrogenous matter aro  removed and the juice boiled down until it is made five times as strong as  when Tresh. Glycerin is added to pro-,  servo it,  An Aviating Hen  Every Biimmor I-Iarvoy Davlfl,' who  Uvoh on tho old Locron farm, a mile  south of Zollinger, has watched an old  lion which hid hor nost.  Ho novor could locato hor until a  fow days ago, whon ho biiw hor fly Into a willow troo along tho run, DO  ynrdB from tho hoiiBO.   Davln got a  laddor, cllmbod nbout 29 feet Into tho iVcTb."in'inan'ctirrTeVl ImnimocliVotc. Ho  fork of tho troo, and found hor nost lm(J' mitircBB0(i m loast 2,000,000 poo  with 17 eggs,  Tho nost was mado of leavoR nnd  bark, which had fallon nnd lodged hi  tho forks 20 foot from tho ground,  fail  ure."  (To be Continued)  Wife-���������I can read you llko a book  John.  HiiRlmnd���������-Thon I wish you'd do  nor'; reading nnd lout f/iif'������llonl'g.  Anybody Know?  "Cnrrotn aro good for tho complox  !on."  "iTnw nbnut tho hair? Will thoy  mako It carroty?"  "I Bhould llko to boo some Bpats,"  said tho precise gentleman.  "Woll, stick around," BtigRCBtod tho  now floorwnlkor, "Tbo BiiloBladloa aro  ntnrtlng 'om all tho timo."���������Puck.  W, 14. U. 10'8  .wood Judgnion  usually shows up the  Jny utter.  "I boliovo I'll promoto a transports,  tlon company."  "Lnnd or wator?"  "Tho latter,,! thlnlt. For tho former I'd nood rails and right of way,  bul in a wator proposition I'll havo  an ocean to start with,"���������KTchnngo  "You'ro vory young to ho left In  charge of it cbomlHt'fi shop, Havo you  any diploma9?"  "Er���������no���������sir, I'm nfraid not, but  we've got a preparation of our own  that's Just hh KnoiI."  Somo profttu aro not without dishonor.  plo; ho Iiiih beon lu tho midst -if dan  gor by land and by oon, In rollslous  riots, In earth(luukes, tornadoos, cy-  clonos, blizzards, shipwreck, train  wroelr, und a scoro of similar catas-  trophies.  Dr. Clark has boon roceivod by  prosldontB ot tho Unitod Slates, of  Panama, Pom, Argentine, Brazil, tho  kings of Norway, {swoiiou, Giuoco, tho  MlUdtf ol Jjipilij, nnd scored of other  colobrltloa. Thoro In no American citl.  zon who has boon moro groatly hon>  orod, und thoro Is no moro modest  citizen anywhoro.  Christian Iflndoiivora hnvo decided  Uiui ihvy viioli U biitli o. c:c:^or!2l  for Dr, Clark iu appreciation of tho  many years of scrvlco for tho causo,  and thoy don't want to wait until ho  Ib dead lo do It. Thoy want to bring  roBos to him whilo ho ia allvo. Tho  mnttor was fully considered, and It  sppmnd to nil that tho wisest and  most substantia' thing io do was to  erect a building which Bhould ho tho  International ���������-Chi'lHtlnrv Endeavor  headquarterB. Tlio plan calls for a  flvo-Btory building, two Blorlea of  which shall he used for the offices of  the movement, and thus .in.'o tho %f,,.  000 a yonr that Ib now paid In ronta'  for tliat purposo, and throe stories of  Ontario Fish Breeding  Canada already doofl .\ good deal of  sclontlfh (Ish farming, especially of  commercial fish such uh salmon. Wo  aro Informed that thn province* of Ontario has for two yoars licon stocking;  Its own bass llngorllngs for clocking  purposes, This lias boow done by the  uso of breading ponds, whoro hundreds of thouBiuu-H of fiiigorllngH havo  boon brod, Thoy aro takon to tho various lakes which nro to bo ro-stockod  and there thoy aro dopnMlod. Tho  llshlns Iiiib boon so good that $2C,8R-1  was paid by non-rosldontB for llcenso'i  to fish 1 i Ontario waters last your,  Tho oxporimnnt with buss having  boon bo Biiccossful, tho govorumont  is oxtondlng Ub work of propagation  by orocllng a trout hatchery nt-Mount  Pleasant, Brant county, whoro tho  bnsB ponds nro located, and hopos to  bo ln a position to dlBtrlbuto sovoral  million by noxt season, providing In  thin way nddltlonnl sport for residents of tho province nnd further In-  ducomontfl for vlsltorr.  Tho vnluo of tho commercial fisheries havo Increase i from If 1,708,00!! in  100C to?2l842l8S7in3012.  Some Insurance Items  Boyond tho fact that we cnn insure our own lives���������a fact of which  agents, canvassers, and officers do'  not fail to reminu us���������few people  know that, quito' logal insurances  can, bo taken out in many way.,,  says London Answers. For instance,  overy subject of tho king hns nn insurable Interest in tho king's lite,  and may Insure h!m, A creditor cun  legally Insure the lifo of a debtor for  tho amount of the debt, and, ovon  when tho debt Is paid, tho creditor  may lawfully continue the insurance,  An employer of labor cnu Insure tlio  lives of his workers, the insurable Interest, which nlono makes tho policies  legal, being thnt ho is liable for fatal  Injuries received In tlio course of tholr  work, Mere relationship iIooh not  create nn Insurable Interest, lliisbiinds  and wlvos cnn Insure onch othor, nnd  n child cnn Insure Its fnthor; but a  brother cannot, gonornlly speaking, Insure his brothers nnd nistors, Lifo poll-  cIob cnn bo sold or nsslgnod, with no-  tlco to lho company nnd nn acknowledgement, but llro policies nro not  trnnsfeiTod    without   tho company's  (' .IlBOIlt.  Tmj Oft������n  Oporiro Mio, wan sitting with littlo  girl of olght, who Iookod   up   from  "Hans Christian AnderBon," and ask*  Gil*  "Docs m-i-r-a-K-o npoll marrlngo, Mr*  Ado?"  "Oftcr, my ohilny wild the cynical bachelor  judRO���������Wliat's tho fuss over thero  In that cornor?  "Lady Bonding a tologram."  "I know that. But why tho facial  contortions?"  "Sho'n trying to tell her '.nmbnnd  what Bho thinks of him in ton words."  ���������Pearson's Weekly,  "I seo you employ a   number   of  rirlH."  "\'tA, and thoy work woll."  "Don't watch the clock llien"?"  "Don't oven watch the mirror,"  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Who Owned the Cnrt?  An old luw ln carinuriucii county,  in Wnlos, renal rod thnt ovory convoy-  anco passing over tho turnpike toll  roads Bhould ho plainly markod wllh  tlin nnmo of tho owner so that tho perpetrator oi uny lawlosHiioss could bu  ciiHlly (blueti'd,  Ono ; .ung farmor known ns Stammering Jim wiih minium md linforn a  ninglBtrnto, who demanded why his  inline did :iol appear on Ills two wliool.  od cart.  "W-w-whosn n-n-niimo nm I to put  on?" stunnr-ored tho dofendnnt.  "Your own, of courso," snid tho mug*  Intrato.  "B-b-bul. It Isn't my cart, your worship," snys Jim.  "Who Is tho ownor, l.ien?" doniand-  od tho squire.  "T-UhiWii Iht: l-ilroiiiAi', air," muii  Jim, "Tho old iih-shnftn belong to  D-D-David T-T-Tliomas, tho wh-wh-  wheels b-b-bolon ��������� to Hugh J-J-Jodob,  tho old axlo to W-W-Wllllam H-How-  or, tho t-t-tnb belongs to Joshua  M-M-Muig'Ali, tun i-i.-Vitiibo.uvi bc!v>i������.,������  t-to mo.   Thon w-w-whoso n-n mo am  I t-to put on, nlr?" National Magazine,  An.Anary Constituent  "No, I'll no\or vote for that follow  again."  "Why not?"  "1 wrote lilm that 1 wanted a government plum nnd ho'sont mo a couplo  of seedlings from the agricultural department." .,  Occasionally a girl marries a man  jiiwt to keep him from hanging around  tho house very evening.  i J*  _i  NOTICE is hereby given thut. apph-  ���������catieu will Ijg mado to tha Suporii.te_.d-  entof Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor bv' wholesale upon  ihaproaiioea situated on Lot 6, Block 15,  Cuii.bttluud'T'iwnsito,' Cumboilaud, B. C  CfA-LI MUSSAT'ro.Applionat.  Dated thra lu. duy of October 1918.'  t__otm������������_> uniKiaTMiMt^w-wM������������������, ���������nnrTr_,iln������������n.  >'OT10E is itcroby given thutou the Urnt  Any ot D umber nent application will be  niadii to tho Stiperinteod'nifc of Provincial  Polioo, Victoria, fov \ki reuuwal of the hotel lioensu to mil liquors by retail i.-. tne  hotel luuu-u _a thcLjrne Koto., eituatod at  Comox, B.C. Gsoitaa U. Uablow  Dated October I, 1918.  ^NOTICE is hereby given that on the  fir<M day of November 1914, application  will be made to llie Superintendent ot  S'rovincial Police, for a renewal of the  wholesale liqu ir licence upon the prein-  lues tcuQwn ut Lot 24, Subsection J, Nelson District.  PiUiKNER 1JKMW1NG COMPANY.  Datcti September 30, 1914 ,  '**"****'*' * ' ������*WI������WHM:il8^ <_-������������_i \aWr%^W"W������w.a*w������M^  1���������1  mi miiMiiMii     ������������������ 1 - -      *   ��������� '      .. '��������� *"' L'~-t  -of British Columbia, Ltd,  NOTIOK i_ oeroby given lh������t on the  first Hay of Deosmbui' uotit ujjpJicatjjB wi'i  tie mndo to the Sup. tluteiiilout ut Provn-  ���������oial Police. VW,,.jin, for the 101*0tralof Um  total license, to tuil liquet, by tauttiD tbo  bott-1 kuow������.,r.������|kba Witaea Mil, Wtttated  *{-U(.i(m-llajV,.cY  AU'RXD K.VTKK HOKHK  XMod .Soptunibw. 23, 1914  NOTICE in lisreby given that, on tiio  tint dsy A UfWOJivtwr next npi*_!caf ���������oujtvilll  be-mude to Mm 8v_jHmiifceodirt.it of Proviu-  oint Police. Viatom, for a ft-uorcu] of tbo  hotei. license to aell liquora by r������Wl Id  the hotel known no thu Union hotel, sit-,  uats at Uni-rti, B.C.   Jons N. McLdwn.  Dated September, SO, 10 U  S'.ynO'B to liofeby %ivcn tliat on tho  fire, day of D������miiiW next, apolicalion  \������ ill be n.odo to tbo Sujiorintoadoiit! uf tho  Provincial Polico, Victoria, for tho renew  ai of tiio hotel liconeo to wall liqiioro by  ce.ul lu tho hofcui fenow.i an the WikxUiub  S&oppltiir PUcc i-itu������ta������ it Oyuter River,  in ibo Provinco ot Biin-ih Columbia.  Avtuii WconntiH.  Wod September 2S, 1914.  >yjlTIiHllfHOTBi  nv  THE S. S. COWIOUAiN   WILL SAIL AS (J.NDKR  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vakcx>uvkr���������Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 4 p. tn ; \.. Tuesday 11 p,  Leaves Union Hay, Sunday, 5 p. m... .Tuesday, 13 o'clock, noon  For Denman Islaud, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RKTIKNING���������Leaves Vancouver,.Saturday and Monday, 8 pm  ,  For Nanaimo, Uniou Bay and Comox.  Subject to change without notice,   a  MBmEmmxmmwm  Wf.*.>s������*..-'W������tA������*'7 At* afijiMM ttrfV.  0  J.    N.   KcLSOD      'Piiol'EiiE-ror.  Ko^linh 4 x BURTON alxvay.s on tap ������!������., tbo famous MILWAUKEE,  BHKIW���������Aohonoer, )_Mb������tnun, SoWtst, fco. ' " OW QlUiY BK1KD"  80OTCH WHKJK.Y, Best Winea and Liquore of ������L1 kinds  Th������ fiourdtflg nod Lodging U������p������_tsneti*, nodor tho inoi������odiftU) Bupenutendonoo  will lw tou_d Pirat o!us������ Iq every roap<mt. _.  '   CANCELLATION OFKR-'  SERVE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN thru  ���������he resttrve, live, notice of which'appcar-  'd in the li. C. Gazette on the 271I1 d.iy  of December, 1907, ii cancelled in so fails it rehues to the following p.trcelt! of  hind:���������the W. ������ 25of the S.-'e. i-'-j, the  S. \V, 1-4 and the S. 1 1 of'the N. W.  r-4westof the nver in Section 4; ihe S.  E. 1-4. the S. E. 1.4.0I the ,S. W. i-.}  und the N. E. 1-4 in Section 5; the S.  .1-2 of the S. E. 1 4 insertion 8;'ihe S.E,  i-A, ibe S. W. 1.4 and the E. is of tlie  N. K 1-4 in Section id, and ' the E. ��������� 1-2  of the S, E j-4 and Nv 1-2 in Section 21,  all in Township 3, Saywnrd District, and  the N. K. 1.4 of the N. E. 1-4 in Section 32; ihe N E 1-4 of the -S \V i 4 uiui  the N W 1.4 atidN 1-2 ufthtN E 1-4 i������  Section 33; the N 1-2 of the N W"!-.}  snd the N 1-2 oi tlie N K 1.4 in Sctrion  34i������ndtkttS i-2!U)dN W 1-4 of the N  ���������W 1-4 in Section 35, all w Towwehip 6,  S.tj,'.*a������d Diau-ict.  The *aid Und. nill^be opw forontry by  pre-emption on Hwdur, tlie J'fitb (by Oi  ���������Majr tu ;bo hour *f 9 ���������'dock   in th������ foro-  noua; oil spplicaCioa*  Vo U ra������d������ mthe  office of tbe Govcrnroout   Agent,   Van--  couvor.    Noai-'ic-empiion   Record skull  uiduiie m������re itiiwi 40 acres ������f land except 111 cmc-i where it is (ksiruhle 10 in-  elude small fractional, poiiion-i qf leya-I  SubdivI������ons; information in which con  noctUui may be obiiiined from plan-,   on  view at the above meoiioiiod Agency,   -  R. A. RiiNWJCK  Deputy Minuter of Lnnde  Litidi Depnrtmcnt,   ViciorUi, li.   C,  Fehr.u/wy nth, 1914. r  3E  3MM7  >l'lflKfliV,ir_a^tt-l^*  BATES,  ipl.oo por day and Up  oSEKS  ssssss^s^s^^s^sssss5smEs^in^Si  NOTICE is iiwohy given . tnat ou th������  first day of l^ieember ucxt application will  bo mado to tbo Sujwriuter.d&it of Provin-  __3.UiLKolicc!^ioAQda,.for_tha.r������io_wftLo!ith������:  hotol ltoouK. 10 cull liquors by retail in tbe  tiwwil ktiotvn as tho ITtilwui-holol, situated  at Union. Buy, B.C. Joiim Fiuskr.  Dat������d Soptomber, 23, 19U     ���������  NCyilClt it horoby jivou that on tho  tirstdnyot Doe-amber nevt, upyltoatoa wil]  bo laado to tho Superintondeut of Provincial  Police, Viotoria, for tho renewal of tho ho  tol lioo'ifo to null liquors by retail in tho  Lotdl known aa tbo Kvwiiiiio hotel, ettunte<i  at Oourtonny, B. C. 0. H. Fwimaii.  D.tcd SoptcnitxiT 23, 1911. '  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev^ry conv-cDionw forguoete.  The Coat ml Hotel for Sportsman  Mom* I^Jt tho Ile.st of Wines and -Liquors  *t the liar.  lth'-ci i. L-uKarrwaoLKUti  IN THE COUNTY COURT CUT-  NiNAliiO^IO-LDHN AT .  MA.MA1MO,  IN TIIE MA'JTER OJ^ Uwu*.'  Riulmrd������oH ShiiltK, decotMed, in-  tc#tRte, lata of S'trimdby, Rupert.  Distwtt, B, C  *      ' ��������� ' ' AND  IN THE MATT Kit of the <.������Ofli-  ciiil AdniiiiiutfKtors Ant,"  TAKF NOTICE that by ordor of liis Honor Judge Ijaj-lcur.  iiiiido on t!iG 10th dny of June  IQl'-i, I - was nppoiiitfd Administrator of tin? Eetfato oi :>jv  abovti-uip.utioned dfui^v^d, aud Al\  pni'fios Uiivin^ elainiu n^aiiisS t-lic  (iaid.efitate-'Hi'O horoby rtvjnii'cri .to  furnirih snuie, proper!)' voritU'd, to  mo on or boforo the 15th dny of  July IHU. AND .all pur.  tint indobled to fivid e������tnte, nro ro-  quirwd to pivy tlio -amount of tb������ir  tttdebttidiittss to mo  forthwith.  Dmted  tkis 10th  day of Jttwo  lVli. .  ' ���������  W. VVksuv Willaro,  O-iticial AdiiiiuistriUor,  Cumberland, .1). C.  *V'..J  A  7  'ittrps liaryis  , tm^tit-  OCW'rWiiY?*.*^.  I,  ������5oc������  _    I0(������___������. tM_BU-A'\ ���������*���������-'���������"    I.  tv<\ jct������. on w ta^it- sSmftii-kik ** -^v.  Hi-jaw Pa-.A-i ������������K-i>i,*;i n-jf. e\*j.r*'ttia  ������������re������t rtsi������to,������n������lwi..J<H������.Yv-.'Kwi''  wmtokl mHY^. *'Art ���������  A V������afl������������a*ly liltt->tr������i*j\5 ijf.-r.'<?,  >r,-~--.-������ <���������';.  *-'���������'���������'���������   '���������" ���������iy itHniitM y>rj,\'-'.    ,;,    - V  'ImH-IXS. _    -St.  ^.vT*- "  >.-'.j'  NOTIfcE TO CONTACTORS  rewers  w  Buti^,  Cheaper Than  Most Dairy Feeds  Milling & Gram Cotnpasiy, Ltd.  Distributors N<-\NAIM.O, B. C.  EBSBOBB  asnO-tsE  CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE, ,  flATKQ  WW"  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  C. H TARBELL  tMam*iM't**tt***i*i****i*-,*-***m*-*mm**i*tM\**'m*'mi  UM GKADE STOVES'  Ami nil KiTCHliti 1'.UTENSILS  Sportsm������ns Goods  ami  General Hardware  f yt(rt(^ t ^���������rt.ii. ������W*������*.'lW������������������:|Jj  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in the Utifish  Oolunibih Gnxette on the 27th  day of December, 1907, is cancelled in so far as it relates to  lands covered by Expired Timber, Liconsc No. 42936 and  luiowiiaa IiOt No. 374, Sayward  District; ami thnt the said lands  will be opened for staking; for  pre-otnptiou ae tuiBttrveyed lands  in compliauoe with Ui������ provisions, of the ���������'Land Act" at 9  o'clock in the forouoon.ou Tuesday, August 11, 1914, For  further information npply to the  Oiovcrnmewt Agent, Vancouver,  through who.su office *all applications'must be made,  K. A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands,  Lands   Department,   Victoria,  IJ. C., Juno 10, jyn,  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  Trains will arrive at Cumberland Jrum Unian J5ay nt'S.30 on  Tne*dny, Tliursday and tsaturdfty  ovwiiiiigfi, itnd will I cava for Union  Bay Wednesday and Friday at 7  in tlio luorniiif;, and un Saturday  at 0,30.1(1 tlio owning,' Thorn in  no change in thu   S. S. Cowichan  cht'dnlo.  *������������������   *���������,^���������.......I.,���������       W>       !   ������������������������������������ ������������������ '   '������������������������    .���������-I.���������   ��������������������������� l..��������� ^  NOTICE  Any purfloii or persons, uutting,  removing or taking any blocks  timber or wood, of any doficriptiodn  .tolouging to tlio Wellington Col-  liciy Co'y,, or from or <>l'f tho lnnd  of tho Raid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's!  land will bo piwociilud to lho full  UXtOIlt of tlm 1'iW, ���������  J. I?.' LOCK AIM),  Gunoral Manager,  Colliery Co,y,  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  . Section 42.  NOTICE Is hereby give-i*.  that  ono   ,   month from        dato,  ���������application will bo mado to tl)������  Superintendent of ProvinsUl police for a liconp^ for t>ho sale of  liquor by wholesale in and ujx>n  lho premises sittiated in tho -town  of Courtenay, B. C, known and  desciibed as Lots 30 and 81, Sec-  ;ionXil.  CANCELLATIOX  Or   RE-  -    SERVE.  ' NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN that'.he reserve of foreaSli.of*i  and of the coal under the su*  fronting; on Nekon and Newcastle Districts, notice qf which  appeared in the K. ,0, Gf.^tte  on the 6th da,y of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  K. A. RuxwtCK,  Dc'pu-tjr Minister of Lands.'  Lands Department,   Victoria,  B. C, 33rd June, 1914.   .,���������,.   /%,  ....    ���������  .  LAND REGISTRY   ACT,  Dated Um 15th day of April,  1914.  ' UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad llnitel,  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE is hereby given that,  on tho. lut day of. Rflocmber next,  upplicaticin rvill he. mado to the  Super in tend ent of Provincial Polico for renewal of the hotel licence  to Bull liquor, hy retail In tho hotol  known as too Aialaspina Hotel,  nhuate ai Lund, in the Province of  ISriliwh Columbia.  Dated this 3rd day of October.  1914  FItKD. TiiULIN  Applicant  J.N THE MATTER of an Application for a fresh Certificate  of Title to Sectiou. 5 Co.vno^  District. _ *. _A _���������  '   No. 8 ito.��������� .SewooL. ���������  SRALRD ���������IJKNUKRS, iwpenci.b.*.:  '������Tctiil������r hi iN������. 8 Mine tfcliftol,"  wiil be r������r������iv(Ml by the Hofiour.ibhe, sSwi  Minister of Public Woiks ������p to :oaa of  r������estlay, the'i^h day of May i������;n for  the erection and comiiloiioii "of 11 two-  room school-house at Nn. S Miuf, Cu.������-  bCHKiid, .in ihe Gcjdox Kiectorai D������nict.,  Plans, k-pcciticutioix, contmr.i .'inci  foviw. ct leiule; irsy be. seen ������������n and ;-.  l*r the ist day cW M'.*),'  1914. at thfr i> tU c e of  vu J. Ua.ird, GwremineBt Ag������nl, w'um-  br.J-lrti.dj J3, C; J*rv A. J.- SuilaCrUitd.  SotiT*K*y *f li** AAllrtll Bwi::u, gv*iib������--  *lk������"*( A- tftf  JSM   **ee. ������������l������*totfiHA  ii'  liy itpy&irBtp&f it* "fie* pi^*f*^.*?';*fl,  (.-(iutritttt*.* ib**/ ifi/sHfii (i 4������y.t ^' ������*������  pl������j>s ujiA !;p<:s;|Sc9rtiM^ id-i tka n������*������ tff  ten dollnrs Vifiie^V t^'isifc y<3_-t������* iii������;'j������r,'l  <>n roiuraii.^; ty&tt i*#ti*A ttiVuty  Znvh js-iptfrtfc*! vWw.t-b* tk-vvmipMlrnil  )ty cts fixoppirti bunk ^h(������H|W ������r c������Jtl-  cata of-Hit^nm pa A du.ft������������et,i bnA t1)'  Canada, wI'mJc payable te i>;������ H'orkutt-  ������bJe,th.������ tttitiitiiM- of Pvrblk YiforUii, fur h  ������m.. c^uftl t������ i<i 'r*f ccwi n'ihe. vanccr  -.���������rhich *i������. I be forfcit������<l if tbe ;>f.,-.. H-r,-  denng dtciine ic oeic,- iiH-> Corur.'-',  vhwi csllcd upon to do &<a, or :i 7'i i-,  ��������� 0 cooifjittiz   the    vr������!__-<:<-iti!m(...:d   ���������'-,/:.  " ' NOTICE is hereby given oi  my intention at tho expiration of  one Calendar month' from the  first publication hereof to i&sae n  fresh Certificate of Title in lien  of the Certificate of Title issued  to Thojnas Beecroft Usshcr Ij������-  con on the 3rd day of S"ai>tcmber  1891, and numbered 13567 A,  which has been lost.  DATE I) at the " Lnnd Registry Oflice, Victoria, 15. G., this  33rd day of June 19x4.  vS. Y. Wqotton  llcgistrar General' of Titles.  rho chtquo. oi (-(.--rurlvaies si '.'ojiiKii'. u'  un=ucccfi'.ttal tM]".ieic(������' "���������'-' lm .-ni'^-ici?  S.' ihtT. upon tho uxu.u'.Wi of ������������������  iiHilmcL , M ; ~  Tcw-Jits \>:iU not t> i,*������ti(V..*i.J)i::)1*!)-;  Miado cnu bn tht bYAv-i svjpplMd.-'sijT'/i  with iho av'Uwtl sij'ivti:u.-"i,f ���������,.'-,: ir-y -  ar aHiJ t*ra;!o-is-d in ths v-bni'-ip- h\r.  i>hcd.  The iu������������Kt or any i������.-idcr nut neawj  ily ncccpted.  '  ]. E. CK'IFriTIi.  Deputy Mitii'jii&r and 1'uWk W!*fc-,  Emjiiiee.r; Ucpiirtmbnt df Pubiic- Wockn,  Vlctarin; B. C.( April 28,i*!4.  Biy6 '������iyi6  ILOOK OUT!!  4,  DISSOLUTION OF PARTN10R:  SKIP.  ���������NOTJOBifl, !mwl)y pivon that  .he purtopwittip liort'toforo oxipting  c^etivocn John Thomson and Arthur Denton undor the lirm name  and atyliiof tho B. C. Ourujio, cur-  .rylnj?on biiftUiNU tii Ctnnk't'hiiul,  Mi (���������)., v;t\fl ou fho 17th dr-.v of .)nlv.  J'JW, dulj.' dUsohifii by mutual  ���������������04i8������i)t, Vim M, (!. Onrrtfio is now  jioliily owi������������u .mwL will Imnctiforth  iu; cvnd'ujrc-il liy Win Thoinwwi.  AU tlal������t*>kaiiilinn pcevlouo lo (hi.  tiitAo ul d'fc������vol������i������i������ii, tw j)ftyii.hlo lo  3.''ri\<iIittl5aeiiM������w..  S>ic\tM Aiug'iM 4, tfll-1,  }}. C. (jttriige.  NOTICK.  a***m*  Soiih'd tondiM's will ho rocoivcil  by tho Minitftor of Liuuh. not In  tor tlmn noon on tho 7th d.iy of  Angunt, lilM, fur thu jiiuvliiiw* of  Liconm, X. 841; to cut 4M,00()  foot of timhor on ftn nron udjoin.  iiip; Lot 174, Little Vnldud LdiUid,  Siiywitnl Difitrict, Ono year will  ho :i!!cv.\*d for t!*.w i'i:'.:..*;/. -jI llu,  li.'.iVu.  l''urtlior pfti'ticulariii of tho Chief  EoveHtor, Victoria, B, 0.  ^^.���������*m.~-m.f* ���������.������������������������*  T.08TOKSTOLKN fion. No.  7 Depot, ^orit'n hieyclo, plated  rimP, i<tmi<j,ht hnndlfhani;, hue]'  wheel him free whool huh brake,  two p^fy.lii'rf on Dunlop tire,* or,  hufilr wheel. No inudjiimfd on  front wheel, I'jiJ'i.rnmtiofi lu K.  lbontnall, N". S Mine, or t'i .In,  Ward, City .Puliw, Cmn'j'-rliind.  "WOTXCW.  Hiding on loeoiuoiivcn und   mil  wu.y curt- of   Un-   Union   Colliery  Company hy nny  pmvoi.   er   p������������  ?oi������n -exo('i>l lain erew- -ii! strictly  prohihitwl.    KiupIoyeoH  Are sub*  iec toeiiuuitHral' fur allowini;  mini'  Uy order  J. R.   Lt)CKARD,  Gcneinl Mv.na^Ci.  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Section -12.  NOTICE is heieby given thnt.  'on tho Int day of December noxt,  ii Iiplbullion will Ihi mud" to tho  HuperiiUfliulont.of Provincial Polico for renewal of thn hotel liuono*  to cell lit]uor by lettii) in the hotel  known iiujlhci Willow Hotid, pitu-  Mte ntCumpholl Rlvor, In the Province of JJriiiHh Columbia.  Diited this Mlb dny of Octolior,  1M4.  C1IAULLS TIIU UN  ApplioMit  LIQUOR  AOT, I9U)  (Section 35)  , NOTICE ib hereby given that,  ou'the inuth day ot   May  next,  application will l)C made  to   Che  Superintendent of l'roviucial Police for the granting of a liceus*  for the sale of liquor by retail i*  uud upon the premises to be constructed in accordance with   the  plans and specifications tn be tiled wit'li the   Superinteii'lent   nl  Provincial   Police,    and   to   be  known as the Pier Hotel, and to  be aituale at or iK-ar the govern  nient whaif at. Royston,   is'elaon  Dbstiiot, British Columbia, upon  the lauds described a������   I.'it*   ao  and at in Block K of the Subdivision of part of uectionM <|   and  6 A.  !    Dated this ist day   ot   April,  j Maury Imn:\v..  ! Applicant.  i  ! ������,4������iu.tuJvd..i������i������* ..J .,t.,i...nnw������.wiii������.i  for the Milk v.'a go 11  with the Green Box  FRKSH MILK ANP>  FARM PRODUCE  Our Milk if. the product  of Uie Heat Pod Co\ru  .  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'������ALl-  .Yl  :  v ,  THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  ip^biir Grain  WE'LL sell your Grain at  the highest market-price���������  save elevator charges, and  grade wheat before inspection���������giving highest net  returns. Libera! Advances, 3  -Write us tor folder as lo our  methods & wcclil^uarkcl letter.  LEITCH BROS.'  FLOUR MILLS  240J_ GRAIN EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG  j Ontario Veterinary College  Under    the    control    of   the   Depart-  hiijiI     of     Asrtcultviie    of    Ontario,  Km n Wished 1SG2.  AtTillut'i-J     with     the   University   of  Toronto.  N.I1.-C'ollem-      will      re-oni-n      on  Tluii>-u.-iy, tin- '  tin-   in-w   C'nl'i  v������-i-Mly  Avt-'tun  TORONTO, CANADA.  CtilciuUii- on  Api'lioatlon.    '  E. A. A. Grant]., V.S., M.sl,>r Inclpal  1st of O.tolii-.,  IHU. In  6   JiuilUing.   110   Uni-  It Did  In "Bohemian _j;i_s iu Fleet Street."  tiio i'olio\wjg siury of (Jhailie \\il-  iiiunb, iu������ \.a_- correapoaueut, ap-  pe-.-is:  "Charlie Williams cou.d ha,'*., given  Caron Al uncliausou sloae aud a beating, lie spoiie with a ruspii.g North  of Ireland accent, and his campaign,  anecdotes gained greatly by the stolid  liiatter oi' fact maun or iu which Uiey  were narrated. 1 recall uow cue of hid  campaign reminiscences, lt is a quain:  experience oi a eon-cspo-i-cnt under  lire.  " '1' had got under cover o������ a big  bowlder and hau tethered my horsi  beside mc. . 1 was just rnuuehin' a  bosUit, when a shell burst on the rock  an', shot the nosebag right off uiy  diiirger,, H.i had sho.ed his ould head  out of cover.'  " 'And. you?" a .ked Pearso.  " '1 just went on unmchlL.' my bes-  kit..'  ��������� " 'lint,' sugge.'.cd Duniiiiig, 'if the  shell took away the nosuhag it ought  to have carried away the beast's head  as well.'   ���������  ".'It <-'id,' replied Williams', with the  utmost sai.g froid."  .  CAUGHT  BY  A .POSTAL TRAP,.  THE CRUSH OF, WORLLS  OLDEST  PARIS  NEWSPAPER  S  POISONOUS  ATCHES  In less than two years  it "will  be unlawful to. buy or use  " poisonous white phosphorous   matches  a  Everybody    should    begin  now to use  EDDY'S NON POISONOUS  "SESQU1" MATCHES  &nd thus ensure safety in  the home  Out 0    His  Line  Motfipr���������Now, Freddie, at the party  when nsked if you'll have something  you must say, "Yes, thunlc you," and  if you don't wa:.t it you' must say���������  ��������� Freddie���������Don't you bother, ma. I  don't expect to refuse anything.���������  Costou' Transcript.  Honduras' Silver Coins"  In the republic of Honduras the silver  currency   was   foi1  years   minted  from Socorro bullion. This nearly always contains a certain proportion of  (gold, whicli need uot to be separated  before it went to the mint, so that  Honduras silver    coins prior to 1911  !generally contain a certain proportion  j of gold."  Children Teething  EABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  WATERPROOF COLLARS  AND'CUFFS  Siiiiii'Uhiik Ijeilur (lulu llimji iuul L)l.  Iiiiwlry bills Wash ll wuh'-'soii|i uml  .x'RttM-. ' All slurb's or direct. Slate style  ami a>i/e. l-'ui- sac an will iuiiil\yoii  THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OF^CANAOA,  Limited \-  Lt Frasor Avenuu, Toronto, OnUrio  THS NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N������1 N������2 N-*.  Iruat iUCil'SS, CUKfcSCIIIIONIC WEAKNESS, I.OSTvVIOOIl  VIM   KIDNKV    U1.AUUER, DISBASKS,   IILOOQ   POISON. <  ������U,UH.   KITH Kit NO.'i)Kin-,GISTSor MAIL SI- POST'f CT9  " t/WCERA CO. 911   lll'.EKMAN ST, NEW VORK Or LVMAN BROS  V)it(l>i-ro,    WIIITK FOR FREE BOOK TO DK, UK CUKllO ,  *ui>.Co,MavkrstociiUi),Hampsikao London Una.  JKi'NIIWDHAr.r.EIIASTICI.HSSIPOItMOl'    KASV TO  TAIll  ,TH������RAPiON,^.itsDe..i(  IKK THAI   TKAOB  MARK Ml WORD    TllliRAPION    IS OM'.  Kkll^OVr.SlAMf AlTUItU YOAULCGNUlNBI'ACKICTK'l  Justifying His Expense  Managers who have to pass on expense accounts will appreciate David  Gibson's story about a Chicago salesman who paid $8 excess fare to reach  New York on a fast train.  "\Yhnt time did> you arrive in New  York?"  asked the eniploy/jr.  "NMne-forty in the morning."  "What did you do when you got  in?"  "���������\Vent up to the hotel, took a ba���������h  nnd. ate breakfast."  "What time din you see your man?"  asked the conservator.  "About 3 in the afternoon," said the  sales.nan.  "Yes, but why have you got $8  charged up for excess fare on tlie limited when you could just as well have  ���������' ken a regular train?"  . "\VelI," said the salesman. "It looked better to be on that train."���������New  York World. ���������  The   Journal    Des Debats and Napoleon's Famous News Order  The oldest newspaper in Paris, tho  Journal des Debats, was om of tho.  cluster oi newspapers which sprang  into being with the beginnings of popular-government in 17S0.  lt was founded by a .printer named  Baudoin, and purported to bo, as its  name shows, a mere chronicle of political events.' Owing to its pungent  criticisms of men and affairs it soon  became one of tho most influential of  tho Paris journals.  In 1S0S the paper was compelled by''  Xupoleon to change its name and became the Journal do l'Emplro. It was  in tho course of the correspondence  which (00k place between Napoleon  and the- editor, Fieveo, on the subject  of the threatened censorship that the  emperor gave the order which has become famous, abput the policy of the  newspaper, "that it should publish no  news unfavorable to tlie government  until the truth was so well known that  publication was needless."  After Napoleon's retirement to liJlba  the naoer resumed its old title.'It is  still edited and printed in ihe house  where it was first started, beside the  church of St. Germain de l'Auxcrrois.  from the tower of which the signal  wns given for the massacre of St. Bartholomew's eve. Of al tho great Paris  ri'ewspanerR it' has been the least affected bvthe modern developments of  journalism, and its dignified columns  are an encouragement to thoughtful  reflection and a serious study of affairs.���������London Times.  The "Twopenny   DetectiveV, is Often  Employed in England  Detectives, lawyer's clerks and others often experience great difficulty  iu obtaining au undoubted specimen of  a certain person's signature, ln one,  case recourse had to be had to a marriage register. Iu another the only  signature procurable was on the Ily  leaf of a book which the suspect had  presented to a relative, and only two  or three years ago a testimonial to a  sea captain was brought into court,  because among the signatures to it  was oue for which the'police had long  hunted in vain.  One of the most common expedients  resorted to for overcoming this difficulty is employing tho "twopenny detective"���������that is, sending a registered  letter to the person whose, signature  is wanted. And thi^, is frequently  successful. Thinking tho postal packet contains money or valuables, tho  addressee unsuspectingly signs the receipt only to discover that inside the  envelope there is nothing but a "faked" letter.  This trap once caught an anonymous  letter writer���������a woman���������who, 011 being interrogated . shortly before, hud  declared that she could not write, and  whose friends believed hor to be illiterate. It was, in fact, mainly instrumental in getting her six months'  imprisonment.  The receipt for a registered letter,  it should be carefully noted, ls not  given up to anybody, but can be ob;.  tinned only in certain cases to further  the ends of justice.���������London Tit-13its.  It1 Will Come When the Solar System  Falls Into the Sun  The whole of the present iclar system is ultimately to fall into the sun,  causing an explosion that may result  in a new solar system. Such is the  theory put forward in the Joun.nl of  Natural Science by Professor Philip  Fauth,' a well known astronomer,  whose reputation has rested principally upon his researches into conditions  on the moon.  The novel feature ot Dr. Fauth's  theory is that if is based upon the supposition tliat a great part of the  known solar system, including especially the'planets Jupiter, Uranus and Saturn, are not composed of mineral matter at all, but'are tremendous masses  of ice, or "balls of ice surrounding a  mineral kernel. Furthermore, lie declares, a part of what is now known  as the Milky way is not mineral or  gr.seous, but "a ring of ico dust,"  masses of particles of ice suspended  in space, the outer planets receiving  a constant addition to tlieir ice mass  ���������from this source.  Professor Fauth declares that tho  world already at some remote period  hns had a similar experience, resulting  In1 the death of nearly all animate nature, and that all species of life as wo  know it have arisen since (hen. liven-  tually the planets swinging through  their narrowing orbits will fall into tho  sun, causing a new explosion ant. perhaps the birth of a new solar system,  but for thousands of years before that  time all life, either on earth or elsewhere, will have disappeared.���������New  Yorirsun.  AN INVITATION  TO SICKNESS  in  Corns cause much ' suffering, but  Holloway's Corn Cure offers'a speedy,  sure and satisfactory relief.  Iron  Duke's Pension   Articles have appeared in_the Rel-  gian press urging that thb " govern"  ment should take slens to terminate  the annual grant of $40,000 made to  the Duke of Wellington as successor  tn the duke who won the Rattle of  Waterloo. It is believed, however,  tlint the suggestion is not likely to  receive the serious attention of, the  "Belginn .government, such articles  having appeared on several previous  oeensions during the last few yenrs  The pension was granted hy King  William of tho Netherlands, to whoso  klnednm Belgium wns united by the  treaty of pence which followed on the  victorv. Fifteen years inter Belgium  nro. lahued linv Indonend'mce of Holland, but subseonent Belgian govern-  "ifnts hn-o continued tbo annuity to  the descendants of the first duke.  PATENTS  Pothers! onhuii'.)i & Co., head office,  King street oast, Toronto, Janada.  Getting In Deeper  "Who Is that Hinging t.o dreadfully  out of Hum,?"  "It, ls my wifo."  "Perhaps the accompanist play's out  ot tunc."  ������������������'"Sho is accompanying    Loracll'."���������  Mi'ggeih'orl'er Bin tier.  Whon a mini appears to bn listening  attentively to your talk ho may bo  thinking of homething to say,  Every Woman ���������  Can Uss  mid our.ht to uso occasionally,  a proper remedy for tho  "Iwjadiiciio, backache, languor,  nervousness and depression1 to which sho may bo  uuhject Theso troubles and  others aro symptoms of debility and poor circulation caused  hy indigestion or constipation  Great Britain's New War  nront Britain is pushing a wnr on  rnc.o trunk irnmbllng. In the house  nf lords a bill has been introduced  Uv Lrii'd Newton to nrovoni tho writing, publishing or elrouintloii of any  ndvpvH������-nniPu(s relating to bcttli.g or  tipsters' business,  ���������;When Palntlnji Unon Metal  IThlijRfl euro is taken to    claan  It,  some- '(difficulty may be experienced  when an' attempt is mado to renew  the (li.ish; (in 1111 Iron bedstead or nny  met nl mirl'dcn. lt should first bu  sunn rod with u .frond scouring powder  ���������Ihn brass','pii.jtn with vinegar and  suit to remove till grouse���������-nfInr which  the siirfiice should ho washed with  lint, soapsuds and wiped dry with a  clean rug. Tlmronflnr tlm pnlnt mny  hn applied without link of its running  while wot or chipping off aftor it has  dried.  .   Good Advice  Don't live beyond your Income, no  matter how email it is.  Don't "ive up to your income. Save  at least 10 per cent, of it every month  nnd-'if possible 40 per cent.  Don't let money lie idle. It ls the  fractions that count. Put every bit of  surplus ' in a savings bank quickly,  and every time $100 accumulates invest it,  Don't pay for >ho\v, bu'. for value received.���������Louisville Post.  Played a Dual  Role  "Now," said a newly made husband,  "I am your captain, ������-nd you must let  me command you throup.h life."  "You have a dual capacity," replied  the former widow, "because you- are  nTy^";iptairi~a"ii"dTxry^-^econd"iiiu:e~also.���������  ���������London Telegraph.  Mrs. Nurox���������Our new bulldog is descended' from the canine aristocracy.  .jittle Willie Nurox���������I thought so,  mother, from the way he turns up his  nose at us.  , Not Joking  Johnny was l-.'.ther apprehensively  .awaiting his fatl.cr's return from business. He had a curious little feeling  that more would he heard about the  broken panes of glass in old Mr.  Grimes' glass houses.  "Take off your coat my son, and  como along with me," said pa, after he  had rested from his dinner.  "You're not going to give me a hiding are you, paV" inquired young hopeful, with a nervous gulp.  "Didn't I tell you this morning/that  I would settle with you for your bad  behavior when I camo home?" Inquir-  < '��������������������������� fathor.  "Yos," said Johnny, "but I thought  you were only joking, like when you  told the grocer you would settle .witli  him."  To Hold the King's Head When Sick  There- aro many strange' things in  this world of ours, but the' moat  curious is no doubt the duty of the  owner of Coperland Manor, who may  be called on, if necessary, to hold  the king's head should his majesty  be seasick while crossing from Dover  to Whitsand.  - The curious condition in- the tenancy of Bradley Great Wood, near  Grimsby���������which Lord lleneaie has  just sold���������that a wild boar or its  money value must be sent annually to  the mayor of Grimsby, reminds one  of even stranger conditions on which  some famous estates are held.  The mayor of Aylesbury pays rental in the form of three geeses in the  summer, three eels in the winter, and  straw for the king's bedroom three  times a year if his majesty passes  through or stays in Aylesbury.  A red rose is paid, every midsummer by the trustees of St. Olave's  and St. Saviour's Grammar School  in Southwark as rent for the ground  on which the school was founded.  Originally that ground cost ������30,  now the rent, if it was not a rose,  would be about $25,000 a year!  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured f  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as Uiey cannot resofi  the,seat of,the diseaso. Catarrh Li a Ulood.pr.constl-  -tut!oasUdlseMe^udJii.or_M_l^_.r_Jtj:ouj^  Internal rfcinedlM. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is laken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous  surfaces.A Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a.quackjmedl-  clatf. It was prescribed by ono ot the best physicians  In thla country for years and Is a regular prescription;  It lv. composed of the best .tonics known, combined  with tho.best blood puriflers.'1 acttne directly on tho  mucous surfaces, ,,The perfect combination ot tlw  two ingredients Is what prpducrs such wonderful ro-  .ults In curim? catarrh." Send for testimonials, free,  P. J. CHENEY A CO., Props.,' ToleUo, t������  Sold by.DriKKlat*. price 7tjc.  Yalta Hall's Fam'lv pllla tnr ���������v,n������noatlt)i_, ���������>  St. Isidore, P.Q., Aug. 18, 1904.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have frequently used  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also prescribe, it for my patients always with  the most gratifying results, and I consider it ��������� the best - all-round Liniment  extant.  j ��������� ���������-Yours truly,  DR. JOS. AUG. SIROIS.  Impure Bio 3d Means a   Breakdown-  Your Health  Impure blood is an invitation to  1 sickness. The blood is at work day  and night to maintain the health, and  any lack of strength or purity in tho  b.ood is a wsakness in the defenco  against disease. Anaemia is the doctor's name for'lack of blood. There  may be an actual loss in the quantity  of the blood, or one or more of its con-  stituents may be lacking. Its truest  symptom is pallor; Anaomia is particularly common in young girls. It is  not, however, confined to thom alone,  for it is this same lack of blood that  prevents full recovery after la grippe,  fevers, malaria and operations, lt is  also, present in old age and in persons  who have been under unusual nimi'.-il  or physical strain. .If you are suffering from this trouble take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. The/  mako pure, new blood with every doso  and this now blood means health and  strength. Thousands have proved tho  truth of these statements^ among  them Mrs. Minnie Uarteaux, Annapolis, N.S., who says: "Following tho-  birth of my child I was a complete  wreck. I folt and looked as if I did  not have a drop of blood in my body.  My heart would palpitate so violently  that 1 could not walk upstairs without  being completely exhausted. Night after night I would have to sit up "n  bed to get my breath. I had no appetite and suffered from severe, headaches. I was taking doctor's medicine  all the time and naturally felt very  much discouraged. While in this deplorable condition my husband  brought me home a couple of bo>:03  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and before  they were gone I could feel' some im  provenient. I gladly continued *'k-:_ use  until I had taken, I think, ten boxes,  when ,1 was completely cured, and I  never was so well in my life as I have  heen since,"  Dr. Williams* Pink P111& are sold by  all dealers in medicine or will be sent  by mail at 50 cents a box or six" boxos  for $2.50 by writing The Dr. Williams'-  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Maybe  He Found It  - "That's  a   pr tty good-looking  um  brella you have there, Smith."  "Aha! You like it, do you? I  thought soimoody would notice - that  umbrella. I ju&t took it down, r.nd  had a new cover put ou it, and it's  as good as -.new."  ". fad it recovered, eh? How much  did the job cost you?"  "Just $1.50,'.Jones."  "What��������� $1.5.0? That sounds pretty-  steep to me. ��������� How much has the  umbrella cost you now  altogether?','  "Just $1.50, Jones���������just $1.50."  ' Slatin  Pasha  ln  British   Army   '  ���������It-is-ratlifer-remarkaVio-that-au-Aus--  trian, one of the worin_< best' known  piUa  His Concalt  ���������Ahim Prnfll, n minor light of Na-  pnlonn'H Hiiip,' wiih n iiwist cpncellnd  num. Tho DuUo of Wellington mot  hlni In. Purls at n dinner glvon In honor nf iiiniKi'If. The nlihn niiidn n ping  oration, chli'l'ly on tlin stut of political nfi'iili'H. und concluded with iho  wordH, "Wn owe lhe wilvntlou nf Kill'-  npo lo nun mini nlono." "Before ho  gnvo nm timo lo blush," mild tho ilulio,  "lie inn liln Iiiind on liln heart uml  continued, "To nie,,"  "T am much honored by your proposal, Count, but I nm already engaged."  "Woll, couldn't you ho engaged, to  mo next timeV"���������Ulk.  notter a penny In tho hand than a  nickel in tho slot.  dm nt onco i,.tfi,'. mrAiJtu ui.d  ifiJiivcnicnt, , Tlmy clear tho nyrilcm  luul purify lho blond. Tlioy cx������  nt p. general tonic ciroct ntul  insure fjootl houlth nnd nlrcm.Ui,  fo tlint nil tho Ixxllly orcnrin do  tnrir natural viut't, v.ii.iiouC w..A,.,j,  mdwliil?. Kvery woman of tlio  liiuimanila who imvo tried tliem,  l.nuwd   that   Doccliam'u   Tills   uct  To Certain  Advantage  Worth a Qutnoa a Box  F^itifitrtvifliFfrrr fU������el S**<-M V������!>������I*Wtatt  >.!Jn<t.Mk<if,   U Uuu, IJ tttl*.  Cler.r Co.'fco  lt In rat her uxjumihIvo to uso nn egg  I'ViM-y niiii'iiliig to Ki'ltln your colfoi', iih  ii gi-'i'iit mniiy do, mul It iti not clctr  nnd 1'ivi' from ground,'!Jf you boll it  Put. your col'fon in the c.ollVopot, pour  boiling water in iuul not where it will  ho hot, hut nol boll, lf you luiu your  colfoo ground Uuo you will got butler  iluvor and ll will he ready In iihoul  ten minute:., If ground course allow  ������Um>uL k>.i-i4k^   ...iuuu..,.  Cause For Divorce  Judge���������Why do you ualt   for a dlv-  Oreo?  Tho Moro Man���������My wife him nn nrl-  hillc ti'iiipenuiK-nt and I hnvo nu ap-  ...������   1...    ,   ,,. .,  SISTER'S TRICK  B.it It All Came Out Right  How a Blstor played a trick that  brought rosy health Ih an interesting  talo: ���������  "1 w.iih' a coffoo (lend���������n trunibllii,.,  nervous, pliynlnil wreck, yet clliigln..  to tho ptrji'.on Unit stole nwiiy my  Htroiiglh. \1 mocked at Postum und  would havo noiio of It," Oca, uhio, Is  Injurious, bccuiiue It contains caffoino,  lho Hiiiuo polHonoua ding l'uiin . lu col'-  feu).  "Ono day my nhitor Hiibiitltulod a  cup of piping hot Postum .or my morning cup of coffeo but did not loll mo  New Fishery at Prince Rupert  The Princo Rupert fisheries arc developing very rapidly, and during the  month of July the fleet gathered in a  catch, vulued at $490,535. This included salmon taken in the canneries or  used otherwise. Of that quantity 6,-'  800 pounds were either frozen or used  In' a fresh condition, lu a- canned  form there were 8,150,000 pounds made  use of, whilo for mild curing 1,280,000  pounds were utl.ized.  Halibut is oas"y tho noxt most important (ish for tho month, with .-,  total catch landed of 1,010,000 pounds.  Tho only othor variety that was represented in nny quantity was the  cod to the extent of 0,000 pounds, all of  which was used in a fresh condition.  Thore is also nn over-increasing  production of fruits nnd vegetables  In the district around Prince Rupert.  Tnoso have boon of exceptionally  good quality. Fruits ripened earlier  than usual this season, bringing them  Into closo competition with produce  grown fnrthoi' to tho south,  One grpwer, Mr. 11. D, Lonhart, at  Milo 87, on the Oriind runk Pacific  Hallway, along tho Skeon river, hns  rocolvod $S00 for tho utrawborrles  grown on one nnd a half acres of land,  whllo much of his crop still remained  to bo plckod."1  men, should hold the V^ir's-commission in the British arU^ but such is  the case.- jj.  This is Major-Genetill Sir Rudolf  Baron von Slatin, better !:noivn as  Slatin Pasha, British inspector-general  of the Soudan, who was married in  Vienna recently to the Baroness Alice  von Ramberg; daughter of-the late  General of Cavalry, Victor, Baron von  Ravnborg and the Baroness Ottille von  Ramberg, nee Countess of Breda.  The grandfather of, the bride, the  late General Georgo, Baron Ramberg,  when a young captain in the Austrian cavalry, was nttach'ed' to the personal staff of the Dnko of Wellington  af the battlo of Waterloo.  Slatin Pasha's career is one of the  most adventurous and romantic on  record. He is fifty-seven years old.  a 'native of Vienna, and began life as  an officer in the Austrian army. In  1876 he visited thft-'Soiuhih, and in  1878 General Gordon appointed him  governor of Darfur,  lie was captured by the Mnhdl and  kept a prisoner for eleven yoars. Ilo  wns knighted by Quoon Victoria and  was appointed Inspector-general of  the Soudan in 1900.  Watch the Clock  If the passion for et'ficmcy accom  plishes nothing more it will���������indeed, It  has already���������ursct one of the most  sacred tenets ll.ut altruuiic employers ever put into the constitution aud  bylaws for the observance of- employees. That teiut is, don't watci  tho clock. It vvi"3 hoped, 0 of course,  that if tiployees could be made to  forget the clock thoy might also forget, to go home at the expiration of  the timo for which they were paid.  Efficiency now makes the revolutionary demand .that you should never  take your eyes from the clock. To be  a topnotcher in efficiency you  must  .go_aven_funtlier, 3_oujuasLgfit_ii_si_ip_  watch with spit second hands and  make sure that^each minutest division of time has assigned to it a precise and" particular action, being or  state. Watch the, clock, my boy���������  watch the clock if you want to make  a success in this world.���������Ellis- O.  Jones in Lippincott's.  ai  Uncovered by the Wind  "In lho yonr _7li:)," miyn an old  clironitilo, "tho waters of tho Ilio He In  Plain woro forced In the month of  April hy a most violent current of  wind to tho ilhtimco vof Inn leagues,  no dint the neighboring plains* wero  entirely Inundated, nnd tlio boil nf the  nl ream' wiih lef I dry, A number nf  ships which had been mink' In tho  rlvor (or upward of thirty years woro  whnt ll wns    i iiiiil I in,*, ..(..hnnumHn'Worpil nml,'iinnnnotliorR, nn Kn������-  ui.    iMiurl   It nt   ho ���������i'K!,,Bh VPRHPl w,,lrl1 wn" PnM ,lwny ,n  01 .u,.!!!.���������.:!!......I,1.1.'1: .!!��������� ..���������?,.,,: 17112. sovcmi pen-mi-, r  A Powerful Medicine.���������The healing  properties in six cssenl-nl oils nro  concentrated ln ovory bottle of Dr,  ThomnR' ..electric oil. forming one of  Uio most bonollclnl HnimontH ver offered to tho uro of man. Thousands  can testify at to ts powor In allay Ing  pain, and, many thou, miri-a morn can  certify that thoy owo their health to  It. ItH wonderful power is not expressed by Its elioa'.nicRB.  Pods'!  "Vou havo a bright look, my boy,'  suld tho "Iflltor at tho school.  "Vim, Rlr," replied tho candid youth,  "that's because 1 forgot lo rinse Uio  soap off my face good." s  Mlstriisn���������lluvcii't you tiny rofor-  (���������need?  Mnltl���������I hnvo, hut thoro'ro liko my  photographs���������none of tluni do 1110  justico.  W. N. U   1018  "Have you an opening   hero    for  1110,1" a tlmt] tho nRHnrtlvo young man.  '">es."  iiliKWtilVd  IllO CillllUll'it.    "It  Ih rii-lit behind yon."  No, Alniizo, h girl Isn't nocf-ssarlly  _ Rtoitt* blind Jw������t bt'causo nho doesn't  jcurii for (IIumo'hIh.  liiHtid line but my Vlntu- did not tell  nn 1 wns drinking Poutru for tear I  might not take any moro,  "Sho kept lho nocrot nnd kept giving  inn Po.uiiiu Instead of coffeo until 1  grow Hlniiigur, more HreloRH, got a bettor color iu my millow cheuku and a  ,limi'iienn (o iny oyoH, thu.i sho told  mo ot .ho health-giving, nerve-  ���������strengthening lifo-Hnver h'io had glvon  me lu place of my mowing eofl'on,  "Prom that time 1 hocaino a dlHdplo  ..; : ...j ���������.. :.-y v.'.?. ���������*.<* ;���������"-  Uro  In   tollltu'  the  good   UiIh  cereal  ��������� ������������������ <lhl me.   1 will not try to toll it,  for only nftcr having iihihI it cun ouo  be i-onilnced of Its merits,"  Ton ilayu' trial shown Ponturn'R pnw-  cr to rebuild what leu or coffeo haa  Name given by Cnniidlan Postii.'ji  Co., Windsor, Ont. Head "The lloal  ;n  iVellvllIe," in  pltgM. <>  PoRtnm coniofl In two forms:  Regular Poati m���������nuiat be well boiled.   Ific nnd 'Au: parl;iigc3.  Instant Pontum���������In a flolublp powder. A U-iiM'tujiifnl d'nAiilvr.-A ������wU:My in  a cup of hot wntor nnd, wllh crenin  uud iiug.ir, in-!!:"-' a AAlhonn bewnirje  Instantly.    'Am nml Uie. tint.  Tlm "OBt per cup of both kinds Is  about thn name.  "Thjrti'H a Iteason" for Pontum  Antiquity of Petroleum  Though  It  Ir only  within    recent  tlinoH that petroleum Iiuh become un  iirtlclo of  cniiniUM'ce,  there  Ih  abundant proof Uuu If wuh iiHml  In tho  artH forty oonlurloH ngo, The uiorlur  in_.   wvitiii pei'HoiiH repaired to UioiiiRnd "In    ooiiHtrnrlliig   tho wiiIIr of  led of the river, ou wliMi they could | N'liievoh and  Babylon uud petroleum  wnlk without welling Uiolr feel, and  mixed wllh It i'or the purpose of ho.  returned hiden with silver iuul other j curing greater coheHion und excluding  rlclipp,   which  had  been  long burkiil iiIiuiipiiohr,  Traces oi  tho bltiimliioiiH  j under Uio  water,    'lhe  phenomenon i mutler uro very ilisilui-t In the ruins,  j obtained  for threo ftnyt. ut (ho end lnnd    the    oxlnteiw������    nf    petroleum  of    which Uio wind conned, nnd theiRprlngH nt Ir, houio 120 miles from  wator returned with grout violence to [old .llnhylon, Indicates one kouito of  ItH nntlvo bed,"  The Duke and tl.e Artist  In "Random Recollections" is till*  story of the Duke of Connaught. Tha  incident happened at.Windsor Ccstle.  The duke was criticising a wntoi color dono by u. Caton Wovaville, representing a drummer in the guards:  "Look here, Mr. Woodville," he sail,  "you have made a mistake in the  moiinli. g of the braiding on this drum,  mer'r. cont; the fringe on the sido of  tho chest ought to run in this direction," indicating the line. "1 am certain of it, for as a boy'I, wore tho  uiiifi-rm, but I will show yeu-wluit I  mean," and, turning to his A.D.J.,  be nsked him lo have the buglo; of  tho castle guard sont up, The bugler  came, and the duke, turning toward  hlni, Raid: "Now, Mr. Woodvlllo, 1 will  show you what I mcn:i." And thf' , as  ho looked erlticnlly, at tho hoy's uniform, ho exclaimed: "By .Tove, Mr.  Woodville, you cro right, after nil."  Where Canada Leads  Canada IcikIh in tho productivity oi  her soil, In the high quality oi her  civilization, in hor educational system, in a free promi, In lho law and  order observable through the land uml  In tho siiccoHR that Iiur followed tho  iinlcn of tlie provinces into u dominion.  'Jitnndu loads In hor savings por cup-,,  ita In lier rnll'vuy inllengo per cup-  Un, In hor mil wny mileage ,jor cip-  Canada lends In the opportunities  alio preseutB to tlio Bottler "nd in tlio  ���������jviioroiiR offer of free hind.  Ctiiindu loadH In hor wealth, und  rflvarHlty of iiiitiirul roHoutTCi". *  i,lunula leudH In industrial ..ml com-  morciul openings,  Ciuiiidii IoikIh uh mio of Ilio k. lf-gov-  owing (loinlnioiiH of tho eniplr.i.  The Planarla Velata  Tlm  tint worm about  half nil  <ong onlloil J'lnriuria   volata, it  been (Itricuvnii-d, Uti������Uii..i,Ai  Inch  IlilN  lltii.lt Ui  ii inoHt oxtraoidlnury mani.or. When  it grows old Km Iohish I!h nppctlo, its  polnrn fndo nnd its movements bo-  como Blow. It drops ��������������� tiny fragmen.  nf its tail, then another, r,tlM aimtlier  and fli on until M iuiK imi nmmi n.m  of Ub l*o y Jn Hcattered pieces. Kach  (lotfiuJici! plnco curls up, fiecrots tt  niucua that booh drlOH und fowiH a  hard nhell. In this condition tho Trng-  montB reninln throughout Ilio summer, fall nnd winter. In tho nprlng  Uio eho*\t burnt nd llnnnite many  minuto worms, which cat voruciaiiKly  and soon grow to ndiilt Rho.  afraid    of   early  Employer���������Not  hour?, I suppose'.'  Young    Man���������You rnii't eloae  sold by Oroe.ert. fnrly for me, nlr.���������Answer*.  too  the mipply. In the nuclei!, hlstoiy nl  Hoveral eastern eoiintrkH ulliiuion It  ninths- In iintnh'tul'iiblo tonus to thn  oxlstenco of petroleum Hprl.igs.  Insisted on Her Rights  Lawyer���������You Riiy you told tho Ror-  vnnt to get out of the Iioiiho the mln.  utu you found it was on fire, and bUo  reflined to go?  yirt, BiirnH���������Yen,    Rhe    nnld    Rhe  '..'...'   I.AA  ,"   *iiri-r,,ti'n   tuAlco    lipfnrn  nhe'ii leave."���������Nntioiial Food Maga-  ztno.  Tr.vJts So.ret  "Where do you gel Uio |ilpl._ for  your 8tniion?"  "I luive never luul hut one riot," do-  clui'cd tho popular author, "und I iiwip-  pod Hint from liomeo nud .Tullet. All  you hnvo to do is to clutufn tliiAieen-  or;- nnd tho dlnlect,"---KniiUvlllo Cour-  ler-.Ioiiri)iil.  We nre very fond of rending other'*  ohuruclors, nut'-wo do not like to bo  rem! ourH.lv.oB,---Ilnel)efoiiouiiJ<l,  i*  I  ;sf#mmm  Enough  Luwyor���������Did you exnmlno this  Indy carefully before certifying th:U  she wuh InHutio?  Physician Yes;   1  ntVeft  W������r urm,  nnd Rho mndo 1 erpelf out two yean  older than bhe v>.kii.  Inserted Wife  (telling grocer*her  trouble*! -Ann 1 Irusted liim lo,  Grocer���������Confound It. so did *. i'i1  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.    B. C.  tff  1 t^MU&^^,;^  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That's Why You're Tired���������Out%>f  Sorts���������Have no Appetite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will pul you right  in a lew days.  They do  -their duty,  Cure .  Constipation,  Biliousness, Indigestion, and Sick Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  it  Beat Lev** Simulation  HSOLD WATCH FREE..  A itnlfbtfonrud (������������r_u  offor Iron nn cet*b!wh*4  fna. W������ m ililm tirw  NYU&n to thoiuuiiil ot  ������_opl������ til anr ih*  world >i ������ bun  AdverttinntnC Kow  U your dunM i*  obtain ont. Wrlto  now, wuImIm : 8������  oenti lor on* ol oar  !n*hionabU L&dloi'  Ta'iic . GunrdM, or  Ornta' Albert,, Btnt  cM*il*aft paid to w������ar  witli tht natch, which  *ill bo r'aran ITroo  (thM* wnteliet an  giiarantobd fit* yaart),  ibouM yoa Uie ad.  Tftntaco ol our uarral.  ton oftor. 'W������ tuSet too to tell yoor Irlamli  nSoat u> and ������Sew thorn tho Iwautllnl ���������uh.  lWt think thU offer too tood to U tn������, l\\t Hnd  ���������J3 conl.5 to-day and lain a rrw fcetrti. .cB  ���������ill |.������ ������:.i������ra������ - *V1I.U������MH, * L1.01D, ������WI������m1i  on-tUori lUoirt. ������*). 63, ConmallUj.Keaal. London, B,  Inc'.rjd.  The  child's  delight  The  ���������picnicker's  choice.  .Everybody's  /favorite.  Candling Eggs  - Few consumers appreciate the fact  that the quality.of an egg cun be  accurately determined without breaking the shell. -The process of cun ill-  lug eggs is not difficult, aud with the.  view of encouraging- consumers genera :ly in the'art and practice of candling the poultry division of the live  stock branch of tho Dominion department of agriculture is distributing  gratuitously throughout tlie country  in the same manner as bulletins are  distributed, simple convenient ,-cardboard egg-candling appliances. These  may be obtained upon request,,to the  live stock commissioner, Ottawa.  It is not gonornlly known that .aa  egg appears semi-transparent when  held before tho'light-in a darkened  room, and that, if properly rotated,  even minor defects may bo seen.  Pamphlets dealing with this matter  have been prepared, and illustrations  included showing in detail the characteristic appearance of both good and  bad eggs when being candled. .  "The contents of an egg when laid  completely 11U tho shell, but as cooling takes place contraction occurs,  and nn air space is formed in . the  large end:' The yolk is only slightly  perceptible and readily turns round  in the albumen when the egg is rotated.  A stale or shrunken egg may bo  detected by the size of tho air coll.  A bad ogg Is easily recognized through  the contents having become dark and  opnquo. Tho size of the air cell, the  consistency of the albumen, tho color  and mobility of the yolk, and the gen-  ; oral transparency of the wholo egg  ;are tho factors most generally recog-  rAroft as determining quality.  Tho candling of ah egg is not  n difficult process. It requires hut  little skill to tell at a glance the difference-between good and had eggs,  and anyone with practice can learn to  differentiate between the Various  grades of good eggs.  The" appliances mentioned above  are of two different types, one suitable for use with tho kerosene lamp  and one' suitable' for.-use with the  electric light. Neither - the. small  amount of trouble required to secure  one of these appliances nor the  amount of labor entailed in. candling  presents any valid reason ivhy the  public should be obliged to use or accept bad or incubated eggs. Storo-  keepers will find it. to their advantage  to acquire facility ln candling, and it  is recommended that e,very housewife  should provide herself 'with one of  these simple candling nnpliances, by  the diligent use of, which she may  safeguard her familv from riiany unpleasant occurrences at the breakfast, table.  HOW TREES EAT  BARTLETTIS  EXONERATED  MOST PERFECT MADE  THE INCREASED NUTRITIOUS VALUE OP BREAD MADE  IN THE HOME WITH ROYAL  YEAST CAKES SHOUL6 BE  SUFFICIENT INCENTIVE TO  THE CAREFUL HOUSEWIFE  TO GIVE THIS IMPORTANT  FOOD ITEM,THE ATTENTION  TO WHICH IT IS JUSTLY ENTITLED.  HOME BREAD'BAKING REDUCES THE HIGH COST.OF  LIVING BY LESSENING THE  AMOUNT OF EXPENSIVE  MEATS REQUIRED TO SUP-,  PLYTHE NECESSARY NOURISHMENT TO THE BODY.  E. W, GlLLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO, ONT. .  WINNIPEG MONTREAL  They Seem to Digest Their Food Before Absorbing  It  Every gardener knows that a tree  can be'fed and made to grow with increased vigor. If proper nourishment  in the form of humus, nitrogen, phos-'  phato, etc., bo placed about its roots  the tree wil absorb this food and grow  rapidly and strongly.  But how the tree feeds is somewhat  more difficult to explain. In all probability the tree digests its food Ilrst  and consumes It afterward. Certain It  fs that the average tree has no means  of consumingvfood as a whole as members of tho animal kingdom absorb it.  It is ,well- known that the larvae of  certain insects digest their food first  and consume it afterward. Observation would indicate that this ls exactly  what the tree does. Tho tiny rootlets  act on the substances In the earth, dissolving and breaking thom up so thoy  can bo absorlied through tho root  pores. In ordor so to bo taken up the  chemicals must bo in liquid form and  devoid of all waste.  ��������� The end of each root Is armed with  a horny substance, with which lt can  burrow through tho hard soil in search  of food. When food ls found it is dissolved into a liquid and absorbed by  the root fibres* 'From tho root, tho food  is carried by tho sap to all parts of  the tree.���������St. Louis Globe-Democrat.  Free Him From Blame For the Crushing of the Ship Kr.rluk  The surviving members of Stefans-  son's exploring party to the Arctic,  ���������whtre thg Karluk was crushed in an  ice pack, signed a paper, now in Capt  Robert A. Uartlclt's possession, exonerating him from all blame in connection with tho mishap, according to a  letter received by Herbert L. Bridg-  man of Brooklyn. Tho letter was  written on July 26 by nugh J. Lee,  U.S. Marshal at St. Michael, Alaska,  describing Capt. Bartlett's arrival at  that place last May.  Mr. Leo wrote that Capt. Barllett  did not seem to be. in good physical  health, due perhaps to the mental  strain to which he liad been subjected.  Jlackle's, Apology  the grand old professor of whom Edinburgh h'.s been so proud.'  Professor Blackie was' lecturing to  a. new class with whose acquaintance  lie was, very imperfectly acquainted.  .In answer to some direction given by  the lecturer,, a student rose to read  a paragraph, his book in his left hand.  "Sir," thun.'.ered Blackie. "hold  .your booic in your right hand." And  .is the student would have spoken. ,  "No.w -us, sir! Your right hand, I  say!"    "  The student held up his -.'slit arm,  ending piteously at the stump of its  --rist.  "Sir, I hae nao richt hand." he said,  and his voico was unsteady.  Before Blackie could open his lips  ,. there arose from tho class such a  terrific storm of hisses as oue per  Imps must go to Edinburgh to hear,  and by It his voico was ovorboruo as  by a wild sea.  Then the profossor loft Ills place  .mid wont down to the student he had  so unwittingly liiirt. Ho put hU arm  about tho lad's shoulders and drow  "lilm closo, and the lad leaned, up  rcninst his broast and looked r i at  him ns though Divinity itself had  stooped in compacsloh. ������',  "My boy," sulci l.lnckIo--ho ' spok-j  vory softly, yet not so softly but that  ovory word was nudlMe In tho hush  that had fallou on, tho cliiss-room���������  "���������ny hov, you'll forglvo mo tha'; 1 was  over-rough? i did not know���������I did  not know."'  Ilo turned to his studentfl, nnd, with  ,u look nnd tone that ca;uo straight  from hiu heart, ho aald:  "And lot mo say to you all, I nm  rejoiced to bo shown that I am loach-  lug a class of goiitlomon."  Scottish lads can choor ns well as  ldt% and thut Wackio loumed abundantly, thon aud uiuny a time thoro-  after.  Optimistic Partners  A firm of notion dealers on the  East Side had gone out of business  via the bankruptcy court, and the  attorney for the principal creditors  was going , through .the accounts of  the concern.  In the hack of the safe he camo  on_ a partnership agreement drawn  "up-Uj',_llie"two_barilrfupls when "they  engaged in commerce and jointly  signed by tltcm. The second clause  read as follows:  "In the event of failure the profits  are to be equally divided,"  Business  Reason  An_old colored man, charged with  stealing chickens, was arraigned in  court aud was incriminating himself  when the judge said: "You ought to  have a. lawyer. Whore's your lawyer?"  "Ah ain't got no lawyer, jedge," said  the old man*.  "Very well, then," said his honor,  "I'll assign a lawyer to defend you."  "Ah, no, suh; no suh! Please don't  do dat!" the darky begged.  "Why not?" asked the judge. "It  won't cost you anything. Why' don't  you want a lawyer?"  . "Well, jedge, Ar-'ll tell you, suh,"-  said tlio old man, waving his tattered  old hat confidentially. "Hit's jest ftii  way���������Ah wan' tuh enjoy aein chickens maiise'f!"  Where His Love'Lay   -*  He was' sitting \n front of a brightly  burning lire talking to. -Iter. ; After r.  while'he said thoughtfully:  "This reminds',me of a grate that I  used to sit in front of years ago."  "I can well Imagine how you enjoyed thoso. evenings:,"{- she ' responded  hopefully, "open fines give one such a  J sense of home." But'he^wenl on. talk-:  ' ing of drafts and heat a'nd ashes and  the hygienic condition.; of a room v$iu  tilted hy a fireplace.'  "1 have ncv^er known V gra/.e.'.' he  continued, "liko tho#ne,in the home  of the girl where I used tb^go so of  ten." ���������' y *  A long silence followed, thecrackl  ing of,the lire the only \souud in.the  room. It was'broken at last by'lihi.  in a voice that'had echoes of, a dear  memory in its tones. "You cannot  imagine how 1 loved that���������grate!"���������  New York Post.- ''   '.  The^Reconcilintion  Tho doctor was soon at the child's  bedside. Kemedics were administered;  then tho agonized pair watched tho  tight for lifo���������skill and vitality on one  sido. fierce diseaso on the other. Whon  at last tho struggle ceased the gray  dawn of day was looking in at tho  window. Lifo had won. The'child  slept.  "She is all right now," said the doctor, shaking the man's hand, which  had gripped his, and feeling his bean  grow wanner under the look of mute  gratitude the woman turned upon him.  'When he had gone the two stood  side by side at the baby's crib, listening to' hor regular breathing. Thon  with ono accord they turned and kissed each other. And in that kiss lho  icy barrier between them melted  inviiv.���������Atlanta Constitution.  Dr. Chase is  No Stranger  In    This    Home���������Receipt   Bqok  and  Medicines Kept at Hand All  the Time  There is no better safeguard against  disease and suffering than a gooa  cathartic medicine, lu the great majority of homes-Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver. Pills aro constantly , kept at  hand, because they quickly awaken  the action of liver, kidneys and bowels, and cure the most common ilia  of life.  Mrs. Thos. Smith, James-oyn, Ont.,  writes; "Dr. Chase is no stranger in  our homo, for we have two ot ��������� hia  Receipt Books in the, house. My  father and my husband's father each  had one. and' I have b._n familiar  with it over since 1 .can remember. It  was only natural that wo should uso  the Kidiicy-Llver Pills, and we found  thorn so satisfactory in regulating the  digestive system ni������il curing the common ills of life' tli->t we always keep  thom ui '-and. Many a time theso,  pills have saved mo nui'd. suffering'  nnd prevented serious disease We  also keep tho Ointment in tho liouse  all the lime."  COURTESIES  OF  WAR  l! ���������Glorification of Futility  When 'fi^heral Ben Biitler was prac-  ticising law in t.he courts of the District 6f Columbia he was famous for  -ths'striking idea's' he evolved and the  effective'methods he employed in order to get the interests of his- clients  before the jury in a favorable light.  Ilii one.; case, in which- he had a  rather poor show of winning, tlie time  came.for hinrto cross examine a fel  A Telling Argument  Ar. old negro, near Victoria, Texi\s,  who was the old Baptist in the neighborhood, always "stuck up for his own  faith," and was ready with a reas-Jii  for it, although ho was unable to read  a word. This was the way he "put  'em down."  "Yo' kin read, now, kainl yo'?"  ' "Yes.".' a  "Well. I s'pose vo' read do Bible,  hnint yo'?"  "Yes."  "Yo' read 'bout John de Baptis'  haint.vo'?"  "Ves."   ���������  "Well, yo' - never read 'bout John  de Mefodis', did - o'?'.'  A Mild Pill For Delicate Women.���������  The most delicate woman -un undergo a course of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills without Tea:' of unploaasnt'conse-  quences. Their action, while wholly  effective, Is mild and agreeable. No  violent pains or purging? follow their  use, as thousands of women who have  used them-can testify. They are,  therefore, strongly recommended to  women, who are moro prono to disorders of tho digestive organs than  men.'  Mysteries of Japanese Lunch Box  In Japan a* low comedian \\Mio*tried  the railway station sandwich joke  would i.romptly "get the bird."  In a' railway ^magazine appears-a  beautifitl-co!ored^plate-iI!iistratii!'gith3-  contents ol ^..Japanese railway luncheon box.   '   *-,*���������  According to the .letter-press, one  of these costs only sixpence, and contains a box of pickled vegetables, chop  sticks, paper napkins, box of boiled  rice, box of meat, roasted fish, ginger  chicken, lobster, cooked egg, boiled  mushroom, and hashed beans. ,  No Rest With Asthma.���������Asthma usually attacks at night,, the ono timo  when rest is needed most. Hence the  loss of strength, the.nervous debility,  the loss of llesh1 and oilier evils whica  must be expected unless loliefMs secured. Fortunately relief is possible.  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  has proved its merit through years of  I service.   A trial "will surely convince  loyy, lawyer, who had given testimony  you_  "Thoy say celery is a splendid  thing if you really require sloop."  "Not In my caso. I havo to get up  at four o'clock ln tho morning to tako  It to market." ,  Auspicious Time  n> "Whoro are yoii go.ng?"  "To call on Mrs. Wallaby-"rombat  Hotter come along. I understand there  aro some Interesting things to bo  heard."  "Sho lias Just "quarreled with  lior  best friend."  you  Dramatic Progress  "What'became of that play  wrote five years ago?"  "The managers decided it was loo  daring to produce."  "Send it on aguin."  "1 did.    They    say it's  too tame  now."  Crehicly favorable to the other side  Everybody listened intently for Butler's onslaught. It was expected .that;  he would go after the witness with  gloves off. '-  "Gentlomon of the   jury,"   he sail,  with ~aii air "of confiding familiarity,  "I would, as soon'think of shooting  skyrockets into the infernal regions  for purposes of illumination ���������as to  cross examine this witness in the hope  of extracting the truth."���������Popular  Magazine.  How to Pack Egg*  Now wl ile eggs are cheap ls the  time to Balf thom down for.use next  winter, when thay will be thirty-five  to fifty cents a dozen. Give each egg  a coating of lard and pack in jars  of salt, small end down. Bo sura  the eggs aro fresh. Tho salt should  bo rathor fine, and the eggs should  nqt touch oach othor.  Champion  Egg  Producer  It would he hard to' say    off-hand  which is  tho champion egg-producer  of the universe, but the starfish will  take some boating.  It has been estimated recently that  tho female Luidia Cilaris, a seven-  rayed starfish, well known lit North-  em seas, produces two hundred million e���������gs.  And yet the adults of tljs species  nre far from common, There rtre so  many odds against these objects arriving at maturity that nature bnd  to be prodigal that a few at least of  tho young ones may Biirvive. It is  an almost invariable, rule that whoro  the production of young Is enormous,  tho mortality la,groat, and animal,  that produce fow at birth, or broe.l  at long Intervals, havo a proportionately long Ufo,  In the Depths of the Sea  .The quantity of light emit.ed by  many minuto dee., sea animals is so  great as to supply over defi*-"'to areas  of-the~sc-a���������bottom-,a"~5riifi'icient~illurni'  nation to render visible the colors of  the animals themselves. Some cepha-  lopods are furnished with apparatus  which reflects the light from their  phosplic-escent bodies upon the sea  bottom over which they float. This  reflecting apparatus is spoken of as  "an efficient hullscyi- lantern for usj  in hunting through tho abys.nal darkness."  Christmas  Eoxes the   Boers   Dropped  Among the English  When tho Boers advmuvd on Ladysinith  in the Transvaal war tlio late  ."olton-Prior was-ono   of tho twenty.,,  newspaper correspondents who throw  in tlieir lot with the English r.rmy instead  of making the hurried  retreat  that was   still possible.   In his book,  "Campaigns ofta War Torre pondent,"'  he tolls many interesting incident of  the siege.      * "  Tho enemy succeeded In placing  thirty-two gun's on the heights above  the town and kept up sucli an incessant fire that the troops.and civilians  were soon engaged in' digging bomb  proof shelters, In a short time.they  learned to distinguish the different  Boer guns by their sound and gave  them amusing names. Throe of the  large ones they called "Long Tom,"  'Puffing Rilly" and "Weary Willie."  Then thore wac "Silent Susan,"so  named because the bursting of a shell  was the first warning we got that it'  had been tired. "Bloody Mary." ns you  may suppose, was looked upon as a  be'a'st of a gun.  In spito of the havoc that tho cannon worked, the soldiers soon grow  'accustomed to the shelling. One day  the Second Gorc'on Highlanders wore,  playing football, when a sholl nlump-  cd in among them. Fortunately, no  one was hit, and they weiit on' nlaylns.  The Boers were so inter.stori, apparently, that thev gave up firing and  actually sat on the edge of .the hilta.  witching the game. Then, whon it  was all over', the firing started fresh.  But this was not the only courtesy  Not Very Far  "Here's a dollar hack that I marked  nnd put into circ/tlatlon only day before' yesterday.    Surprising, eh?"  "Oii, I don't know. A dollar doesn't  ge'very far these days."���������Judge.  they saluted the happy morn hy salvos  of shells, Tho first two that fell into  the cainns of the carabineer.; nnd the  1 uierial Unlit horse, did not burst.  When the shells were picked up it wns  found that wooden plugs had been inserted in place'' of tlio fuses, and ln:  side tho shells wero plum pudrtiners.  On tho outside wero tho owrds, "With  the compliments of the season,",  Knots In Harness  To loosen knots In burnous, straps,  cords, ropes, or ovon bUoouU'Iubh,  hummer tho knot on ull nidus with  ,ii niiillut or u ploco of wood, tunilu������  tho ������irap or ropo around, thuu dip  lu liollliuj wator, holding It tlioro a  milium or two, according to bI/.o of  Mini Id ho looBOtod. Hoforo doing  no mid a littlo soup to tho watur,  ih.'ii with a sharply pointed Instrument pick tho-knot-10080. It can  often ho dono with tlio lingers. KnotH  thut luiVQ Uuoii pulled lu harness or  ropes for montha ot years can^ bo  looHoned raullly.          A Regiment of Wrestlcrc  Captain llolinou, n famous athleto In  the Indian' army, raised ouo oC   tho  jliH-Ht rcglmonta In thoHrltlsh aorvlco  l,i   tin; bi'U'tiKfe ������ucmuu    v.     i,...i..K,.,t,-  bw all 'ind nundry to wtphMp. TUopc.  v.orstcd woro to enlist, and In x short  timo tho gnlhint captain wns ahKi to  show a collection of wrc-stllng prizes  that woro a credit nllko to himself  and tho army,���������London Opinion.  An Excusable Crime  Judgo White���������Don't you know that  your wifo should havo had tho money  you spout ln gottliiK drunk?  Prisoner���������But I'm uot married.  Judgj Whlto���������Thon what on oarth  did rou want to got drunk for?"  Or In a Man's, Either  Bacon���������I boo Oakland, Cal.,. ls to  have a woman's pollco bureau next  yonr, with u woman ln charge!  l.gbort���������l-'lnol Did you ovor try to  llnd anything In a wonmu's buruuur  Bacon���������Woll, dli'. I?  lOghort���������InuiMno trying to find a  pollcoiimn when you wanted ono.  Mhard's Liniment Relieves Neural  gia.  Persian Bread  Tho Pondim native broad today In  vory littlo different from that used a  thousand years ago. Tho Persian ovon  Is built of smooth mnuonry rork In  tho ground and Is usually about the  tdzo of a barrel. Many of them have  been used for u century, i'lie dough  is formed Into thin sheets about a  foot long ond two foot islro and slap-  pod against tho nlao of tho ovu'l. It  baked iu a few minutes.  SUFFERED  ' EVERYTHING  For Years, Restored To Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Canadian women aro continually writ  Ini. us such letters ua the two following,  which are heartfolt expressions of grati-  tudo for restored hoalth;  Glanford Station, Ont���������"1 Imvo ts-  ken Lydia 13. rinkham's Vegetable Compound and never  found, any mcdlcint  to compart) with it,  I had uli'erH and falling of womb and  doctors did mn no  Kood. I suffered  dreadfully for years  until I lii'irnn tukinij  your medicine. 1 nl*  bo recommend It for  nervousness and in-  digi-stlon." - Mrs.  IIKNHY Cl-AHK, Glanford Station. Out  Not Used to Wholesale Business  A small party of prospective Investors woro on a tour of Inspection in  the oil fields. Having smoked all tho  cigars .previously provided by tho  ngont who conducted tho party, thoy  all wont into tho ono store of tho village to got a fresh Biipply. An awkward clork camo up to wait on them,  Tho clgnr Btook consisted of a limited  assortment ot stoglOH, "two-fors," and  ono box of a supposedly extra cholco  brand that Rold for fi cents each. Tho  host of tho party looked over tho stool:  and Raid, "1 supposo you sell six of  these nickel cigars for a quarter?"  Tho clork took on a puzzled look,  scratched his head and drawled:  "Waul, I diiiino. Wo never sold six to  any ono nian."���������Ind.   apolla News.  Scar of Art Theft  ''���������Tharc is a picture nt Hampton court  which hoars witness to a theft thnt  mav be termed patriotic. This is Ilol-  boih'H "Field of tho'Cloth of Oold,"  which after tho downfaH'of Charles I  Cromwell proposed to sell. But when  tho would-bo purchaser came to in-  snect It he discovered that the head of  Ilonry Vill. had boon cut from tlio  canvas. ITo refused to buy tho picturo, and It was preserved to tho nation. At tho restoration a nobleman  confessed lo having coniiiiltlci' tho  crlmo for "lovo of art aiid country."  lio returned the'intoning head, whlc.i  now occupies Its original position, Ilio  circlo mndo by thn knifo ln llie eiinvnR  being still plainly visible���������London  Chro'ilclo,  The Drugg .ts Are Agreed  thnt the iriost reliable Corn and Wa 1  remover, is Putnam's Painless Corn  and Wart Extractor, which has beon  used with universal satisfaction for  more than thirty yeai'3. Wo recommend "Puuiain's "  She W     Careful  Mistress���������Now, Sarah, I  want you  to bo careful about breaking this vase.  It. cost a Great deal of money, and l .  would hate to    havo    it    carelessly  broken the first thing.   , <*,  .Sarah (threo days later)���������There's  your vase, ma'am, and 1 couldn't-have  broko It moro carefully if I'd tried for  a month.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  'Try Murine Eye  Remedy  If you hnvs Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyelids. Don't Smart���������  Doothes Eye Pain. Drugolsts Sell Mix  rlne Ey? Remedy, Llquld,,25o., 60s. Mu.  rlrve C'������,Ca|Ve In.Aseptic Tubes 25&*  +*M.   eT^BM Free by Mall,  '     'IU E;������ ifi*'Hn* t>r JI" r.tn ������K������t tlui Ctrl  MURINE EYE REMEDY CO., Chlcsfl*  Abelnrd and Helolsa  Itr.l.il'.n   iy.tn   r\   \r*i\   nn   T"Ch    fl**  V.CT  Intellectual ability n������ for her porsonst  beauty. Hho was familiar wllh tho lit.  oraturo of four or llvo languages���������Italian. IVcneh. Oreo*. I-atln and llnbrew.  llor Unowlodgo was romnrknblo, hor  conversational rowers woro brilliant,  it. wns her lirlnht. mind nnd varied  learning thnt Ilrst attracted tho attention of Abelard. Ahelard died In 1142.  Hololso in 11(14. First hurled at 8t.  Mnrcol, Ahelard's remains w^ro shifted Htivenil times, hut finally reached  tho woll known tomb at Poro la  ChalRo, wherein also rest tho ashes of  ll.loUo,  Cliestervllle, Ont - " I heard your  W. N. U. 101D  "How Tmirli Is the admission to the  exhlhllion?"  "Ono dollar."  "Then for me it will t>* only fifty  cents.   I hnvo rnly ono oyo."  ���������������������������' i,"-. i - --      -t    -' " 'V  I her.tin ttAilnv.tbom for falling of womb  and ovarian trouble.*  " My; loft side pained mn all the time  and just before my pt-riuds which were  Irregular and painful it would bo worse.  To sit down caused me pain and suffer*  lnjj and i -wouid tie to nervous sometimes that I could not bear to seo any  one or hear any one speak. Littlo specks  would float before my eyes and I was  always constipated.  ������������������ I cannot say too much for Lydia R.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and  Liver Pills, for there arc no medicines  like th������m. I have taken them and I  recommend them to all women. You may  publish this testimonial." - Mrs. St*  phbm J. Martin, CbestervilU, Ontario,  , Canada.  How to Win  This la an ngo of apeoliiHziitioii, my  hoy, nnd the only men who succeed In  a big way are thoso who pick nut  some particular lino of work and llvo  with It until thoy got to lim.w moro  about it tliun most other follows, Cou.  coiitrntlon, corialNlont nnd por������lHlnnti  effort lu one tl .reel Ion Is tho unroot  road to iiiiccomh. You'll never win In  it big wuy���������osci'i't accidentally���������If you  scatter your energies. The b^it idcam  oiiglnn In Ihn world would race Itxnlf  to ruin without Its governor. Kn'p  your mind on your Job, speclall/.u In  your particular hiiflineim and try to  know us much nhuut it an tho man  who creiifod It, nnd, barring mliifo:  tunc, you'll mnko moro out of that  Icnnwtodt'f* th-m    yon  \v\1\  nn1 nf <inw i  chanco succors mil sido of your bnni*|  m.^d,--.UaiuiLO *.wit/._r in Luuhon,  Provided For Now  Hobby had boon tnught to remain-  hor till'lito relatives when ho said hi.i  prnyers. Ono night, ns ho knelt ut  his mother's knee, hn did nol mention  the nnmo of a favorite aunt,  "Why, Hobble," mild thu mothor,  "you did not say 'Cod Ulcus Aunt Hcul-  rlee and make l.er happy.'"  "Well, mother," ropliod lho llltlo  boy, "I dor't have to nay It any moro.  Aunt Hontrlco's engagod,"  Durability of Radium  Undium onco extracted from the  ores becomes available for conl'.nuod  uso without appreciable Iosh and becomes a porinaiient addition to tho  needed supply. Tho same rr.ilIum that  is placed at humanity's soivico today  may ho used hy our children lor many  generations.  The <Dirk nnd Bloody Groin d  Hoforo tho whllo mini bt._. n to ex'  ploro Kentucky, about tho middle of  the iilgliloouth t't'iitury, tho region was  a vutit hunting ground for many largo  trihen'of 'ho noutli, north   und mini,  One  "There never was a womnn who did  not gab about hor neighbors," growled Mr. Gabb.  "Oh, yes, there wail!" replied Mn.  Ci hh.  "That's right," comment od Mr.  (iiihli, "I forget about Uvo."���������('IncHi-  nati Enquirer,  Roll (*1 the Dead  In the Unite. Service Institution,  Whitehall, London, rnpoH.'s one of thtj.  most buuitlful books tho world has  produced for many generalIouk, Two  years havo been spent In the iiinlil.i,.  of lt, mil the cost will lie Monii'Miin:.  like JL'.f.OO.  It Is "The Hull of the Deal of tlm  South  African    Wnr."    It    contali'i,  and between those   trihen thero was  contliiuoiiii coiillict for tho noHst.'iiHlon I about _-,<hio  niimen  of offlcem  una  of iho rich giinio privileges. Later on. | men Killed by the nie'iny or l>y Al"  when lho yhlui pooplo sellh'd in tin  territory, their struggle wllh the red  men was moro bitter ami persistent  than in almost any other section of  the continent; honco the sanguinary  namo Unit was given to the territory,  "Tho Dark and Itloody Ground."  Interesting  "Oh, yes, my hnsbnnd ts nn nnth,u.n-  instlc nrchncologlBt," snid Mrs. Smith.  "Anil I never knew It mitll ye-itnnlnv  11 found Jn his desk some <|int.r loukii.it;  ' tickets with tho inscription. '.Mini-  iiurso, 8 to 1.' And when I linked hljn  what thoy wero, ho sold thoy wore  relics of a lust raco; isn't that inter-  ding?" ..  in cerium uihini.'iH ot Western Ann-  1t".1':i t'-'re arc iw-u.cjj n.'.i. i.i!. ,.,_  oath to remain silent nfter tho death  of their husbands. In somo cases thoy  Will remain mute for two years after  the funeral, and very often the oath  Is kept also hy tho molhcr nm] ninth-  a-,    ...   ...-��������� "... V..V 'i.-.-i.'^.-.'i. it.'       i   .ll.n  Itevuo Medl������-aio.  nito, net ont nnd'.* Iho bending of  about 'Son region tits, regular and Irregular, It is to bo placed i n shrlrnt  behind tbo bishop's throne lu Capo  Town Culh .lral.  Ynnkee (on IiIh ilrst visit to the Victoria   KiiIIhI���������Wnnl,   I  iiIwmvh   reeknn  od  Unit  Niagara  I-'rills  was  Cue  lnst  ll.,,',,',  ili.L i.ii,���������ii,t(0.ti  til (ai'.m'   (,H)   ,no  nothing more than blooming pei'splrn-  tlon.���������London Opinion.  "Kvorynno has   nomo   pnerot   sorrow."  says  a  phlloKoplilHlng    friend.  l.n-li   llie   l.itlihl   llllll   .lillll-Ht      ol   us  h.-iM n skeleton In his nildat."  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Tune 25th 1913.
AND
IN THE MATTER of tho  ''Girl-
cial Administrators Act.''
TAKE .NOTICE that by or-
dor'of His Honor Judge Barker,"
made tho oth day of November,
iOlS, I waa sppointod Adnjnis-
tjrator of tint Estate ol tli�� nhov*.
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���    LAND IiEGISTlir ACT
In The JMntt^f of s_n A.pplicu
for 1.1 freft.li Certi/icnto 01 Titlo to
Lot 4, Block ,li'\" Cumberland,
Map 5S2 A.
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lention sit tho expiratiwiof one cnl
endur month irom the  first pwbli..
cut ion hevwf tu isetui a freslv Cer-
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Hfiuk> 0" Tirlo kh.uA. io  George
LiJi.M'iision    :mk1    Kiit.li    Agnes
liioliiirilvun  on  tho 12th  <iay of
June,  1.1)11, am]  Numbeved 11G
K, which ha- bt:vii lost.
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l>i��, Uiis 2-J--?h day  oi' September,
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��.��. - THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  1   _  t  ifa  WITH_A HISTORY  THE ST, LAWRENCE IS THE OLD-  Li>T RIVER  IN THE WORLD  I-  Nature Saved This'Historic and Un-  clunking Stream the Trouble of Cutting a Channel For Its Course From  the Great Lakes to the Sea.  What is the oldest river la the  .voi-.il? The St. Lawrence, lt is also  ono of the few rivers that did not  iiu.e to make its own bed and has re-  ....iiiuuf unchanged since the very be-  ���������i-ninn". of the American continent.  "*��������� Try to think of a time when the  -!..rili wus covered by a mass of wator,  .:o., KidiuniiiB and often tremendously  ��������� ..-.airbed by the throes of a. globe bo-  .iu.iili lt that was shrinking because it  ������������������Wis becoming cooler. As tho globe  shrank evory liarticlo of the outside  ....:;. naturally pulled In toward the  ec-ntro, and tlio hardening crust, which  could not he packed any more solidly  Hum il was, had to wrinklo, sinking  down lmro and bulging up somewhere  ������lso.  .u'tor a time certain of these rising  wrinkles, or folds, tho thicker or. llrm-  cr ;i ts-of the earth's crust, stood the  strain and became permanent ridgos.  Tho oldest ot thom that geologists  , know and apparently tho Ilrst that  bulged up above tho universal ocean  end remained high and dry was the  broad mass, on which Canada now  rests. It is a pnrt of the original crust  of the earth, and we ea'n see lt today  wherever - it is not covered by newer  rocks or soil just as it crystallized and  cooled out'of the primeval molten material.     c.  , .This mass formed a broad V from  Labrador down    to   Lake Huron and  thence northwestward to Alaska. On  account of its shape-geologists call it  the Canadian shield., It is the oldest  land known nnd apparently the strong  e^t, for there are no signs of any extensive changes in it (except the wear  ing away of the surface) since it first  "rolled tlio ocean off its shoulders.  Off the eastern coast of this primitive continent lay a chain of lofty islands about on the line of the Blue  Ridge,     the    White    Mountains,  the  Maine coast and Nova Scotia. Hetweoji  these islands nnd the mainland' was a  trouphlike space that, ran from' Eastern Quebec south westward to Ohio. It  . ,was two or three hundred ullcs wide  and filled with :  shallow sea, and just  eutsitle the island chain was the great  hollow that held-the Atlantic ocean.' ,  Time went on. For ages the strain-  Ing-"and'   cracking    of the shrinking  " globe, earthquakes,    sun   and    frost,  pounding surf,.running water, blowing  gales, ice���������all labored to tear down the  mountains and rarry the wreckage of  rocks and dust away into the, valleys  toft   ens.   In this way vast masses of  rock in'layers of shales, sandstones,  and whpt not, were laid down i-i that  :   narrow,~lroiTghlilce~s:ea^-"l)Otween~th"e"  1 chain of islands nnd the continent.  All these "sedimentary" rocks were  soft- and weak as compared with the  solid  old granites deeply rooted    on  either side of them, and the trough.itself,   a  sagging  fold,  was  a  line  of  weakness in the crust.   As the load of  rtenosits became heavier and heavier  the floor of this trough slowly yielded,  nnf! as it sank toward the heated region bolow the undorsidt- melted ancl  griAv thinner and thinner.  That could not go on forever, nnd  . soon the continual   shrinking   of tho  globe and  the enormous  pressure'of  ���������   iii > "-o.||c;lii_of tho nronn became irro-  s''--t!ble.��������� tf'he    Catiadiar. shield    was  immovable, so tlie rock in   "*e trough  bcirnn tn bulge or crumple all along its  loneth. Gradually, not all at once, but  V*-' ilow and vorylng movements, tluno  fnMs wore snuoo'/od no, which in tholr  broken nnd worn down .onn we know  a" lho Anpnlaohinn mountains.  T/n'-nrd the Rouf.h thoro wns room  fnr ibis notion to be rntlK-T gentlo nnd  regnl'ir. but ln the fnr northeast the  t''f*"irh wns narrow, and tho soft rocks  wore set on edro, overtiirnnd nnd  sp1 hit oral ngniiist the Rolld continent  Very parly <n tho struggle a grent  fneturr of the'earth's oriist occurred  horn nion,-- a curving northeast and  ."������������������iiiwost lino. It loft a deop and.  brow' trench between .tlio crushed and  iHsnincod rook" of the trough and the  trnmllp shore of the Canndlan shield.  Into this trench rushed all tholnterior  wntnrR of ''he continent, draining away  to tho soa, and tho St, Lawronco rlvor  wai born! Tlioro, no doubt, it will remain aR long as tho earth koops its  present form. ,  At llmt time thero wan no gulf of St.  Lnwrnir-n. Tho land nston .od out to  a const lino thnt strotched unbroken  from Nova Scotia to Lalrador, Tho  present gulf le the result of a sinking  oi tim const region, Most of lt Is very  shallow, but. a clinrt o' soundings  shows tho nnclont rlvor bod us n channel winding out botwoon Newfound-  lnnd nnd Onpn Hroton to tho (loop  ocean.���������Youth's Companion,  VORACIOUS   PLANTS  Sense of Presence of Objects at a  Slight Distance  Without eyes, ears1 or s sense of  smell, so far as we know, plants are  apparently affected by the presence of  objects that do not, directly touch  them. In the case qf animals, objects  produce this effect through the well-  known senses, but it is hardly probable that plants have any of these,  although the discovery of lenses, analogous to those of the oye, are found in  leaves of some plants. Yet they must  have some faculty nearly akin to  ours, as it clearly shown by the experiments described by S. Leonard Bas-  ton, We know now,',Mr.. Hastoi . asserts, that plants are able to feel objects ' at a distance. That is to say,,  GUARDS THE QUEEN MOTHER  Sir  Her  Dighton ��������� Probyn    Attends  Wherever She Goes  Wherever Queen Alexander goes  the question that is more frequently  heard than any other is, "Who id the  dear old gentleman with her majesty?" Sitting opposite the Queen Moth  er in her,carriage oii all occasions is  the grand old man with the patriacii-  al white beard,- and when ou state  occasions the Victoria Cross catches  all eyes upon his breast, cursiosity as  to his personality is great.  This  is  General Sir Dighton  Probyn,   v.c, k.c.:;., g.c.v.,., k.c.s.i.  Though well oyer 80, this handsome  military patriarch loses none of his  youthful ardor when "on guard" over  the king's-mother, and tlie high post  WHERE THE ARGOSIES  OFTHE NATIONS MEET  LIVERPOOL'S GREATNESS IN THE  WORLD  OF SHIPPING  ELECTIONS IN FRANCE  thev act as if they were aware of the'jiion accorded lilm in tho entourage of  Tii. l. ~_ ~a -i    -        ,...,_      .!.!..������       ������...-..-.   t ,*\..        tl I      ,     ..��������� ,,-      presence of * a certain thing, even  though thoy may not be in contact  nt all. lie gives as follows a few of  the most Startling casus '.which have  come under his notice, says the  Scientific American.  ��������� Everybody knows that the sundew  catches (lies, The loaves of this plant  are covered with tentacles which, he  Queen Alexandra has been well' won,  lit t only -by many years of faithful  watchfulness .over tho destinies of the  royal family, but by most distinguish-  i si-i \ ices to tho country as an army  officer. ' ���������'  For a long time ho wns keeper' of  her majesty's privy purse, Queen  Victoria's- personal household.consist  ing very sensitive, close In round tho fed of twenty persons.'Under King Kil-  captive, Rut the foliage of the sun- ��������� ward the number, was cut down, to  dew has another remarkable char-j twolvo. Throughout the reign Sir  ncterlstlc. lf n fly i.i fixed about hall', nigliton kepi, his plnco, but with the  nn Inch from nny of the leaves n most (accession of King George, aiid the nee-  astonishing thing'happens. After a.'ossity of the widowed Queen Alexiin-  Rliort interval it is seen thnt tho sun-jdra having old faces to whom she had  dew loaf, has moved pereentlbly lo-, grown attached about her In hor seu-  wnrds Its victim. Soon the cruel ton-.urate household, Sir'Dighton willingly  tnc.les have reached the nnl&ppy 11 y relinquished his post iir order to give  rind aro seen to be slowly' moving jthe Queen Mothor the comfort of his  around'their prey. There is now no] presence near he'r on all state occa-  chance to escape, nnd with every mo-isions.   And none outside the royal en-  Has Always Reigned Supreme In the  Shipping Service���������The Vastness and  Variety of the Trade That Enters  Her Ports.  No account of Liverpool's maritime  greatness would ba complete without \  a passing reference to the vastness ���������  and variety of her oversea traffic.   A  myriad vessels of every typo and size  ply between It and  ports of the world,  the argosies of nations aneot, richlv  laden with tho products of the globe���������  13ust    Indian    merchantmen,    whosu:  fjocy wool from far Bombay aud Calcutta are soon to bo turned Into clotn  In the fertile mills of Yorkshire, nnd  whoso duty cargoes of Karachi wheal,  nro destined to bo ground into Hour  L  tho numerous  corn  mills    of the  They Are Held on Sunday and Rarely  Finished in One Day  In Franco elections are held on Sun-  day. Universal manhood suffrage is  the rule. Every Frenchman of twenty-  ono years of age, on proof of six  months' residence, Is a legal voter at  the elections to the chamber, saving  only soldiers on active service and  others disqualified for bankruptcy and  criminal reasons Because of the number of candlates tho first day's polling in many districts is not final.  Whoro no candidate receives an absolute majority, a second election is  held. It often happens that-from one.  third to one-fourth of tho elections for  ���������"-*��������� uti'-R nro not'finally decided until  tho other grea; 1"������'������ socc>nd poll, when not infrequently  Here it is that 'ono or moro candidates In a district  hnvo withdrawn.  Tho rolling begins at 8 in the morn-  ing nnd lasts until ti in the evening.  'ustonil of regularly nppolnted clerks  .:.;*i election officials, threo volunteers  take charge of the "urn" In which tho  ballots aro deposited and conduct the  nrocppiUngs. One of the penalties of  being first to nppenr Is the likelihood  ment the fate of the insect becomes  moro certain. .     "      '  A few feeble wriggles and tht fly  is dead. When' one comes to. think  of it.'it is very strange that a nlnnt  should be able to go in nnrsuit of its  prov in the manner indicated. Some  plant3 nre very unscrupulous: unable  to secure a living oil thoir own account, thev nrov upon the more liard-  wnHn'ng of. their follows Such te the  dodder, a ' most birnlont parasite.'  which, apart from the first few weeks  of its existence, has no roots or leaves,  and exist* as a blood-sucker on other  plants. The seed of the dodder germ  inates in the soil, and from this arises  a curious threadlike .growth..Now it  Is nf vital importance that the young  dodder should be able to seize hold of  some suitable host, such as a clover  nlnnt,, for instance. It is strango to  wntch the 'manner in which this-  threadlike growth works in and out  among th^-erass stalks, seeking for a  victim. , When it comes withir. a certain distance of a clover plant the  dodder, grows forward at a very rapid  nace until a hold is secured. Even  Hie sturdiest plant must go down before the attacks of the cruel narasite.  The threadlike shoot-is within a few  weeks multiplied , by the thousand,  and from every point are produced  suckers which draw away the life-  giving sap. -  ,* -  tourage know how absolutely Queen  Alexandra relies upon tho old V.C.  hero for ensuring, her personal' comfort and safe conduct ln her daily  jaunts about London and elsewhere.  Sir. Dighton, too, lends considerable eclat to a state iirogress, for he  has for many years been one of the  renl ornaments of royal pageantry In  London.   ,.  port; steamers nnd sailors Indon with-0 '..'������������������'-" impressed into servicers one  similar commodities, and' with frozen ������-\tho i������b������<-������sops. of whom two. both  meat from the River Plate and tho! ndopondent voters, must servo with  rnMlungAorts of tho Antipodes: tho ���������)rDal'*?"t /V,0, ba lot' l.he  schooners of the    huge    fonr-mastod ' count ng of the ballots ls also done by  tvnp bringing nitrate of soda from the!  Chilian norts of South America, andi  others whose freight consists of grain  from the Pacific alone1- of North America: large steamshlns lnden with mon-  iter Packard of provisions, tobacco,  timber,  leather and  other    products  from Canada and tho United States!Now York World  and with bales of raw cotton from the  exeat  gulf  ports  of.   thfl    Southern  States:   ves������els  with  silks  nnd  cer-  puis   from China and Japan, ricp and  Umber from Rnnrron, siir-ar f rom,Java, i  volunteers called for from among tho  electors. ,.  In the absence of the party system  it is difficult strictly to classify the  candidates, ln a general way they  range themselves Iri groups around  certain well known political leaders.���������  Pepy's Library  Pepy's library since 1724 has been  in the possession of Magdalen;' college, Cambridge. Pepys directed in  his will that his collection of books  and manuscripts should be transfer  red on ��������� the death of his nephew, John  Jackson, to either Trinity college or  Magdalene college, Cambridge, and re-  nuired that- tlie college which received  the books should submit to an annual  visitation from the other, the purpose  of which should be to ascertain-whether the trust was being worthily ful filled. "Could. I be sure," Pepys wrote,  -"of- a constant succession of heirs  from my said nephew qualified like  himself for the use of such a library.  I should not entertain a thought of its  ever being alienated from-them."  Quaint Old Welsh Custom -  ' One of tho quaintest of all Welsh  customs is tho unsheathing of tho  sword of Tallesln that takes placo  fiennany, and C"bn. barley and other! every year on the shores of Llyn Gel-  Tab* from the Black Sea. fruits from I rionydd, near Trefriw, north Wales.  the Mediterranean, brnpfiv and liquor-'A short distance from the lako ls a  nra from Pordennv and Obirente, rub- large, flat topped bowlder, supposed to  her, from the.nrnalls. palm-oil and  mlm-nut kernels from the West Coast  of AfHcn, and Conner and sliver ores  rrom Callno'nhd other Peruvian ports:  tank-steamers,   specially, constructed  have been Taliosin's pulpit. On this  rock the old bard, (who Is said to havo  flourished about 540 A.D.) performed'  his weird religious rites, and . ever  since ..the rock has been known as the  for can-vin" oil In bulk, brine: thous-   'Court of Taliesin." Once a year, in  ands.of gallons of that useful luhri  cant from American and Russian territories: tramp steamers that have  sailed unchartered seas, with nondescript carc-nps from .wherever they can  Opil a freight: fishinir trawler? with  their finny freights from nelubborlntr  August, a group of bards assemble at  the "court"���������the. chief bard standing  on the rock and tho others on a circle  of white stones surrounding it. Here  the rites are performed solemnly and  quaintly in the presence of a largo  crowd.   The naked sword is returned  waters and Icelandic sens;  and last,Ij to its   sheath   when .the-chief bard  hot bv no-means ipnst, the great At-|has ascertained from the people that   A   Mp%lll������lM*a ���������  O ��������� I _- -1 -i _- -m __________________   r-r-������nmy*mg-<j���������ndtHui up   Rain water 'j.'s it loaves the clouds  is pure? As,it,passes through the car-  mosphere it nbsorbs more or less carbonic acid g. s rnd air, which it carries with it Mnto the ground. As it  seeps through .he upper soil it will  generally absorb still more carbonic  acid gas from teh decaying animal and  vegetable matter almost ilways pro".,  ent. Should the water fall on insoluble rocks, such ns granite or marble,  it will remain fairly pure, nut If It  nnssos through a layer of limestone  the carbonic ncid gas which it carric  will cause it tc dlseolvi away this  rock, and-, as a result bicarbonate of  llmo will bo present iu the wate**  Should . pass through a layer of sulphate of lime or gypsum, the water  will -'ontain a largo amount of thin  material.  It is generally known that tho bi  carbonates of llmo and magnesia  when present i* tlio water form n  comparatively soft scalo; the chloride  nitrnf.es are npt to enuso corrosion,  and thn ftnlts of soda and potash pros-  ont, whllo not scalo forming, nre ant,  to causo foaming whon sufficiently  concentrated.���������Power.  Value of Exported Timber  -The following'are~ the values of the  chief items in the exports of timber  from Canada during the eleven months  eMing_Efib_rj_iarx,_lftL4,:������_Elanks_and  hoards, $18,245,658; pine deals, $1,404,-  069; spruce anil other deals, $6,313,-  762: wood blocks, etc., for pulp, .$6,.  C28.RB8; laths, $1,615,254; shingles, $1,-  506,730.  lantic Uners fo- which Liverpool ls  notoft. for it is from tbis port that the  largest, finest, and fastest'Ptenmers  entraged Mn the North Atlantic trade  st'irt on their 1oi"-nev to "the otb^r  sirio"���������the.Lusitania. Mm Mauritania,  anl the latent, plant of tli������m nil. f-.h^  'Ani'itap'n,. wliich bas. .ust. been ndHod  to tiio Cunard fleet. "As' a port Liverpool" hnq alwavs rotfnoA gp'nrep-K.' In  this   sprvico,    So^pti'-nes    no -few-r  Hintl   B'v   Of   tht*   ptntply   :'.ips.      pacll  ,",i)-f--h 1ts~C."impl.-*T'.s--Tit���������nf���������noaqpflKprc;-  nnil' C.oreiO. ftr-nrt rlnwn t'lf> H'lnway On  i   sipp-lp   afternoon,   nml     pwlnc     out  *,ir01"'''1   tlie TOnt, wn.p'nea   irplawov  Of  Ht*. port pn rou*? for the land of the  cpttirig sun.  there is'peace in the,land. The sword  remained unsheathed during the three  years of the Boer war. The ancient  ceremony is followed by witty and  humorous bardic addresses, recitations and songs.  According to tlie latest census in  Austria-Hungary, the population was  divided as follows': In Austria, the  Slavs (viz.. Bohemians, Moravians,  Slovaks, Poles, Ruthenians, Slovenes,  ���������Serviansj-Groatiansr-and-Roumanians)-  num'jered 15,724,573, the Germans 9,-  171,614, the Italians 727,102, and the  Magyars about 9,000. Tn Hungary tho  Magyars numbered 8,742,301, the Slavs  8.377,077, and the German?: 2,135,181.  USE OF WIRELESS  IN TIME OF WAR  NEW    FORCE    IN    MODERN WAR.  FARE FOR COMMUNICATION  The Usefulness of the   Wireless   la  War   Time    Has Been Abundantly  Proven���������The Big Government Lani  Stations of the Powers.  Wireless telegraphy is    the    new-  force in modem warfare which haa  changed all the old problems of communication,   prof. Frank Waldo, writing in  the  Boston Trauscript, glve������  air Interesting description of war tiW  uses of tho wireless.  "Tho usefulness of wireless In war  time," says Professor Waldo, "has just  been proved In the recall of cortaln  ships after thoy had left port, war  having beon declared in tho meantimc-  Ono ship was recalled to Now Yorfc  aftor proceeding over 500 miles on her  way across the,Atlantic; and the wlre-  Iosb has been activo in reaching ship*  from tho l_uropeau stations either for  purposes of recall or notification that  the war is on. * ,  "Tho stopping of all telegraphic nn*  telephonic communication between the  belligerents at the first breathings ot  war, and the partial stopping by'control and censorslTip of such crimniunl*  cations from nations at war to non-bek  ligeronts,    has   rendered    invnluiiblo  messngos by    wireless    across    and  around the regions controlled by th*  beiiigeronts and especially at' sea and!  across the seas.   But the bottling up  of any place so that It cannot hold  communication with tho outside ls ������-  thing of tho past.    The fact that a  wireless apparatus  cannot be easily  hidden prevents tho surreptitious us������r  which might bo made of It in regions  under control of the belligerents, although for short-distance communlc_r>,  tion, such as along frontiers or between close lying countries as In West*  orn Europe, a small wireless recolvtnn  apparatus   might be secretively uso<C  especially    if   It   were    temporarily  strung under cover of tho darknesrf ���������  and taken down beforo daylight.    In  such work there will be a new field for  signal corps work and scoutings.   ' '  , "As  regards  the    more    poworfui  land stations, those which will keej^  up .communication 500 miles and up-, *  wards these can bo easily kept under  government supervision, but the us������  of wireless on ships for sending messages up  to  from  250  miles  to 6to -  miles, and receiving   them    at.  stilt  greater dista:ces from powerful-land  stations, will be subject only to" such  artificial Interference as may be put  in operation by the belligerents. Ther*  can bo no doubt that tho experience  in the present war will result in th*  closer governmental  control  of private nnd amateur ^wireless installation,  .."Austro-Hungary, has   four   importr  ant  government    wireless    stations:  Castlenuovo. Pola, and Seblnic_o. __wlth_  of  Hi  I  Sunllnht nnd Fresh Air  The word disinfectant has becomo a  lioiimilii'lil term, and alnioHt i������ory ono  UnowH Unit It nioniiH something tliat  destroys gurniH, though coniiuirullvoly  few know what cur boat und cheapest  disinfectants nrr  Tho most iiHoful anil offlclont all-  round dlKliifovliint that wo havo Is tlio  pun, nnd tlm nlr Ih hln worthy ally.  Vratb nlr dilutes gonna is wntor dl  liitos filth, anil the ItiHtlost gorm will  quickly curl up Its toos nnd dlo If ox-  pound to tlio sunlight. Hut frosh air  nnd sunlight aro iibmiiliiiit and cheap,  so, of courso, wo usually profor to uso  ;a:.!���������.' dh'!'.,-fr'<'tant that "mfll" *>a<. ari'l  tint. Im bought at tho drug storo.  Open windows und rolled up mimics  wm lil hiivo many lives, but what do  wi* have windows and shades for If  not to keep thom down? Besides, If  wo loft thom up it would lot in tho  tilon and fade tho carpets, so wo pamper tho gfirniH nnd employ tlio doctor.  ���������Itural Now Yorker.  When flnrgont Iiuh flnls-iod a picturo  lm Ih heartily glad to seo the last of .t.  Tho story goes that n rcyal visitor to  his Htiullb said, after looking over the  iili'tuvi'tt, "I wonder you ran hr-ar to  part with tliem." "Sir," answered Sar-  font, "liiivljiir liiilHhfd n picture. I am  i'-i c n hen whb-h ban laid an egg,  ���������Como and tnhmlt awny. come iuul  take awny!* I ovHalui. lis removal on-  ablcR nie' to stprr another."���������3ho.Yle!<!  (England) Tukcraph.  Mansfield's Manner  "Ulcha'fd Mansfield possessed a  domlnaiico that novor failed him, I  boliovo, Tho strange thing about this  is that ho didn't need It. ��������� Ho had 'fa-  dilution' enough without lt.  "Tl.at lino, dry old manager and  good man, A. M. Palmer nnd I wore  onco visiting Mausllold at Southampton, nud lute at night Mr, Palmer  would como Into my room, anil wo  would talk an hour or so. It was always about Mansfield; that was always tlio way If you wero noar him;  It wiib Inovltiihlo that you could think  or speak o������ little else, One night 1  suld;  " 'I think you uudoriitand lilm as  woll au any nian could.'  " 'Understand lilmV Tho old man  laughed In Ills quiet way. 'There's  only ono nian on earth who under  stands Richard Mnnsflold. That's  Richard Mansfield.' Then, aftor a  paiiHO, ho added with nuilikm voho-  inonco, 'And lin doesn't!"���������Booth  T. .'klngton ln iiollman.  The War  THE shutting off of imports from  Continental Europe into Canada  due to the War, gives many home  industries an unexampled opportunity  for immense and immediate development.  a "  Canada will prosper at the  expense of Continental Europe;  This is not a time in Canada  for repining on the part of the  business man. We must be  careful, even frugal, but we  must also be bold.  Victory is to him who has courage  normal range of 250 miles by day  arid 500 by night,, and Trieste with t-  day range of 150 miles and a night  range of 300.  "Germany has seventeen wirelesf  stations, of which .eight are lightships with small range of i'rom 20 tw  GO miles. The remaining stations ar������  at Parkurn, range 100 miles; Bra-  morhafen, range 200 miles; Duir  (Kiel Pay), rango 110 miles.; Cux-  haven, day rango 110 miles, night  range, 170 miles; Dan7ig, day rang*  3:10 miles, night'range COO miles; Hoi-  goland, range 110 miles; Norddelch.  dny range, 420 miles, night range, R3fr  miles; Sassrulu (Rugen), rango 11*  miles; Swinenuinde, day rango, 330  miles, night range GG0.  "Franci has eighteen stations;  Poulogno-siir-Mor, range 100 miles;  nouscat, ��������� range, 1G0 miles; nr������Bt.  rango 350 miles; Cherbourg, rang������  350 miles; Dieppe, rango 55 mlleH;  Dnukoruo, rango 350 miles; l.ifM  Tower, largo rango; Ouossant, range  3R0 miles; Port Vondros���������; Ronhfr-  fort rnng6 350 miles; S, Marios do-la-  Mor, rnngo SSO.pilles; Toulon���������; hot-  eral other Btatlons tiro on tho Afrlcna  coast.  "Russia has twonty-olglit .statloiit,  of which tho following nre on or near  tho Paltlc soa; Ilolslngfors, range-���������;  Krondstadt, range���������; Llbau, rang*  170 miles; Presto, rnngo���������; Revnl,  rango 170 miles; Riga, rnngo 1W  miles; Rouso, range 70 miles; Wt  borg, rnngo���������.  "0rout llritaln hns sixty-eight lnni  stations. Literally thousands of ship*  aro provldod with wlrolnss outfits, ant  thoso on board mon-of-war usunlly-  have a range of 300 mllos or, mora,  nnd nro thus aqual to a good land  station, Servia has no land statlona."  General Principle*! of Rotatkn  Prof, H. A. lledford, deputy minister  of agriculture In Manitoba, r>lvos thu  following gonoral prluclploa of cro; ro.  tat Ion;  1. Includo at least ono Ingiimlnous  crop lu tho rotation* to gutlur nitrogen from tho air.  2. IIlvvo at least ono cultivated or  hood crop In tho rotation that tho  lnnd may ho cleaned of woods,  3. Rotate shallow-rooting crops with  ,\nrtrt rrtnttno mii'fl nn nn to onlnr'ho fho  fending ground of tho plants.  4. Whim ...possible to do bo uvoiil rotating small coroals with othor email  cereals, especially'avoid repeating tlm  whoat orop.  , fi, It live stock Is kept plan tho rotation pi as to have approximately the  finiiio amount of forage ouch yonr.  n. As soon ns conditions permit koop  more or loss stock on tho farm, In no  ojlmr way can the fertility of tlio land  hn kept up.  7. At tho earliest possiblo moment  havn tho bedding so froo of woods that  tho manure>nn hn npplfoil direst from  tho stable and thus save much waste  of fortlll/or.  fl. Arrango tho rotation so Hint mmt  ot the hlrod  boln wlll bo profitably  ointiiovoii nil H10 yn-tr round, fho nio  'of wngon will bo lee* and omployoos  wilt be more contended.  Ever Eat It?  Thero la u. dish of the olden time  that has boon crowded almoBt out of  memory by tlio ruthloss tide of common ovouts. It was r cold woathor  food that camo with the snow and hog  killing time inu then vanished with  the1 angry clouds and howling wiiijuh.  W'Utiii -ona at- It 13jo urnui sr-uni  molted away thes now, tho birdh Bang  in the blossoming cherry trees and  old frigid winter became the middle  of May. U was bo easy to oat, It  melted In tlio mouth llko lco cronra. It  wan uks'nta.w. Lut '<* jWMt-ft*''"* w.U������-  fy his appetite on It, and ho could  go out in zero weather and enjoy a  tropical blessing. This food did not  last long, 'or it was part of an event  that soon hurried hy, and this was a  grateful dispensation, too, for a per  son would ho i������pt to cat much of It If  It lasted long.,. But It is well it passed  away. This dogonorato generation,  nlifd with cnramols nnd angoU' food,  couldn't appreciate It. Hut in .those  bonutiful days boforo tho war It u-ui������  a beloved diet. W'fi rofn.- lo hcgslic'id  cheese.���������Ohio State journiu.  Surgery Extraordinary  Thero appears to bo no limit to tho  daring and skill of tho modorn surgeons, which aro nowadays so runnii-  Ing that thoy verge on the miraculous.  Within the last fow months wo have  road of lho restoration of a blind  man's sight by transplanting sections  ot lho I'uriwu trom a hoy'a eye whi eh  tho nurgeon had boon obliged to remove j and of a girl, part of whose  brain had heen tnkon awny, without  tho least harmful conHciiueticoH. lu  another caso tho hoart-of a womnn,  'tibii {i'a\S bx-vii AAiiiv.A, >������_.a ;^.*u ^i*  at n Paris hospital; and a -few mln  utes later she walked off as sound  and woll as ovor. A Swiss surgeon  lias removed the entire stomach of u  patient, who gets along Just at well  without It, eating and digesting  fhrnmrh fho gullet; nml n nnnetett  man bat beon provided with a new  organ from ono of his own fingers  Straight Talk a Virtue  Everybody respects the man   who  tallis    without   circumlocution    and  who    moniifl-   what ho says, whoso  Story of a Picture  A picture which attracts ovhij-  body's attention at lho Tale gallery by  Its position, Un sl/u and its strikini;  bunity Is that of a lady riding on *  white liomo through un archway iiiti.  a courtyard, She in dressed lu a green  velvet riding habit uf thu tliun at  Charles II., with a long red foalhiir Is  hor gray hat. On her left iitnuils .������  page In an old gold velvet mill, with  a dog by his Hide. This picture has 1  riiinnrliahlij hlHlory, as well an nutni'!-  oiin titles. Tho ctttnlo.'iin culls ������  "KiHieHtrlan Portrait," but ll Is ulr,������  " nown as "Noll (iwyniie," thu 1111111%  given il by Mllli.ls, and also nomiv  tlinos ns "Diana Vernon." Tho fact if  that Sir Kdwin hiiiidHoor loll this pir������  lure itnlliiltihi'd. Ilo palnicd tbo horn*  and its IrupphigH. .intending it fur u������  oijiinHtrluir portrait of Queen Vlctori*  Hut ho 1II01I and loft the picturo unlls-  tongiio is not twisted and who   booh i  right to the mark, novcr seeking to; lslu-il, and it was Mint to Sir John Mit-  mlslead or to misrepresent. Straight  IiiIh, who painted his own daughter it.  UUli   l.-i   U   \llillU   llliit   IH   |i|.iairtr,i   AU  (on littlo. lmatrlno what :i dWorrn-  orld tills would bo if tlioro wore no  othor kind In business, In domestic n,f-  i 'rt, in .-society, lu diplomacy���������between employers and workers, pclltic-  lutiH and pooplo, gnvcrnmont and gov-  1  . ,   1  1..  11.     . ... r        1   .     1     -ii.     >  iiiihs    worldt    Uow  largo a part of!  in 1.1 oin lining f;i'Muiin,', iokmurt win  Ilii- ''-i.i'i". thr dr.: nml llu* h:i(,l;.,'n>U!u'_  Tho picturo wnn begun In 1H70 and ������*-  Ished twolvo years later.���������London VAU>  /.ell.  Hcyse as n Prlire Winner  '1 .ii* l.ili-   I'.tiU  iit-$M! '������ii-  )titifjiik,iy  tbo only man of letters   who   couVC  many men's occupations    would   bo;���������0i,Nt of having obtained two fmtyjiy  gono If thoro wan never anything but;allt m,.niry prizes with .111 bUervu.] at  perfectly  aud mnn  straight talk between meii  -Christian Herald.  A rurloiiH society has recently beoi  inaugurated by Count Okuiii'i, tho Japanese ix-proniler.   It Is called "Hyakti.  more than half a century between tin*  awards. All tho world knows MuhI It*  got t|m Nobel prize, All the -worlj  does not loiow thnt bis play, "Thn* K.i-  ItiiieH" was allot tod u \iriui in *  dnimnllo competition tvx lonr; nro ns  Tho  patient's  arm   was  enenseit     in 1 nun." or the Society Inr Ciihtouitriuiis. j Ifciii.   H������* wiih 11 member of lho llriun.  tilastor, and for four weeks he had  ������o hold liln "llvo" finiN-r to hix faro  until It took root, when It was mn  Dutuled, to flourish as a nusul org;u.  pr-aldent.  Count OK.'una, who lielievos that uu  der proper cnndlMonN wo might to bn  ut������'e to live for _:'. years, is its lir.-t'.  Tulile. of tbo good King Max nf Itiivv  rlii, n Kovorolgn wIioko joy II vrna <������  surround hltmu-lf with men nf itciunct  ftdl letters.���������Pall Mall Unuctte. mmmmmBi&Mm*mmmfm^mmB^^*^H*Bm  Tv,?N'^w'Y ���������.'���������^���������^.^?.^^^^^^  }  >'-> -'( l";  ������J     'A  Jt7i.      *l__5t_4  -   rv  A- 'Yi^y  {<a TBrfizrz.i'':hi-.''i,c>  ���������v^uHtmrnstaiwraH*******:'  : * f   j *��������� . :, c  {_   IJ   _   ������* J^Ck  *������*���������>������. t"  '     r_-}^. o^:- v/inter we hay:-; o.oA'_ s .-. 'WvO'n a:- h.'yui  -FROM $1.75 "iO 'V-.'O E.^'li.   I  ���������raHKurcv. t%d~r& < i*'������ Ai. m������ ������*������: h.sitU. *,-������������_������������������������������  .���������Tinr.-.-'ette Sheets; f.rey   ������������^    v.hiu;- blanket*   ami  Com tor l ers in   a full  r. 'xy o\  prices.  Foi-.sc!::i comfor:, try a "YIEBTW CM.    Steel B-vl  ar.d ti -RESTMORE"   Sprint; m*^ taiV-ticea,  MAROCCHl BRC  GROCFR'S.   &   BAKERS  AND.PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS  ^  *>  "a  ���������5  ���������,WmMm/*lW>!llf<������     .  ;,;ne Furniture Store-  yy7;y; .Hot*.   A* MoIlHOl^    (YuihoAmd  ,������?  Apcnts fov Pilsener Brewing CWpnn.'s BK1CR  **1������ '     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors. -  SECOND' - STREET  ������5  G  ink a  :������ a?  me of  x ciiy.  .<?  4 ���������'������������������ "*. **  .,������j.,������.M-r.~������������������������.'������������-������- IT" I-'-"-1*   ,.,-.-..-_..-.^-.-|.-������-"������T������.i������������-~  "'*s,>"l*       t.       ���������*-        T_  . I  >.���������'..:* t  V]irrr������ynu/,iHHA;. a yw\n������  nAAyYy\y ryvf Vu'l   ''('i" 1 a  aaak'a, "Ai'^.;'t^'  ^j";1iM'ViVrUji*u'l<''iAa|i������l.. \v  ''in.i'ii^^jii'ntn'A'^^l^Mi^tMal.l,1;))  !::rUO!af!,!.l vV^i^ll'O'i^ Al'    "'    ;i  :jj ,-i i-.-i I-i'i 1.4iii!i',��������� 'AA'"Al!,-.��������� i Ayr-ii'i-A  yYyyhy Ya y\YriAA7iyhoiii  ^Y^fyyXyYA.iy^yy^YAYAy  'j "A'lui In,  '     i  Too  n  :>j:'IH'U'tU  lK-vd .ui';..'.iir,i('.!lii-i:.i'o'-..��������� (iin'i's-nVieK.-  jj.j:C'iii!-.-:Vl.-"ii-i'l)U-iiii .!*rt!s'it*;> atAt-lio"  - , ,.a^i'n'(-v,.a1)i;:i^Hn!ii'^A vi'iiiie.-; ,  * afit-fi ****.������������ *w. (���������������������..���������**  watch Bep?j.riJjfi  With ������  1$4  TUSc  i  O.   in-  mpwmkwk n.3,vn.m.'.-.rm,MvmmimmM.tnnmv,m  mm.vm������mrn.-.^.1-mmKim.m\--A.-m%mmmx.-..mn.mimm.  AO-NTA-a-iBEND tCi'pOp..-  :-M.O.'KKl,'.1 for .Jiicoinj,iwnt  W^lch ''lic-priiriiag-. .,if yu������f,  wafc.li' ii iii-t ���������koei.iiiK-'.,!'i,me.  ;.;acciii-ately LKf JAfiiiTKl^  vlpaT.v.G.s-iffe'sTri,,!!  If; W PHllYmFBMkRRlSQN  JT.P'  -\Y-  IFi  F. Lighter  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC    ' CONVYANC1NG  rjuanurnnumai>*">*ir.K������imv^  DUNSV.UiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  a: <-It-is iny:-;::!;Qya-i,a-imd.fniiw'M]  yonfuiaiid Y'YA ''zfw. f<:i"c!ntr'l-re:  vou r- e: i ei'gi'es.- I.oi% A ie. ini in e d iat. ,c  preseiii.-tipfftAoiVe-'.si������i������le piiv]3ose  rhry; r~ ;.;;:���������: "'. .;,.:..���������.-���������'     ���������- ;%,, ."i..;. .... .. y Q>  ,^niurChat;As ilicit Von  address^ all'  ;*'.ypn r.;.f k'i 11 aK������'. "i a)]":������_Jie:���������.va^r Af  '. "-iiiy, sdkllel^Xo^ :'e:xT^r������i.V.inlt.c:'"'first;  A,lie .'treaclievonsA Ivn^vlisli ,;-'and  ''''':\v,i..lk-';O^e.v������\0enerai. lA;e;;cli;s:;con.  ";;i-jinpAible lil!le,arih,y a: ...' v.;;;./,;-;-. ���������"  t!;;;'l-Ii;idmiai-tersi:'lixAa^  .."���������.?*;_Aonfeu.'?]1 '.3 Silp--,\\9j54l 7: 7Y:A7Yyiy  :A:aThAal:>e^^  l^^i-nnirniit^  Practical Watchmaker, Jeweler ai?r_  Opticjan, ILO-ILO The3tfc Buiiding1  - Cumberland,  B. C.  CHURCH  NOTICES '  m  i  >}ice. ihe good effect on appetite and digestion'  ,    PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD* -  Also distributors fov IJ. U.C and   Ncwlifc lioevs. Nanaimo  ���������ilmm: i i,iur--ijf.������^jitt\p������^WTiwiww^ii,_*.t'.^������>t'b������ii*w������iij-'  i4IWWiwwmauimi^^������^������^ "  iiBniMdW^  T.wciTWMTim'jnTaktfO -a rjnu-CKaxHrt-cjnr tt& atnUftvtfiuawni  WINTER  rap^K*  J'^-.ni  ������������������:SB.ii'������.'i^  w^^xm"^BMmEm  E3  H  _. ��������� ��������� . i  *  T  METHODIST  CHURCH  vSHR VICE'S.  1'nblic    Worsli.ip-���������Sunday,   7]^  p. in.  Bible Study   (S.   School) 2.30  p. m.  Voung People's Society���������Mon"  day, 7.30 p. in.,  Prayer   meeting: '"Wednesday,  7.30 p. in.  Ladies Aid���������First  Tuesday ofj  evevy month, at 7.3pp. m.  Havin'e bought, the   entire   stock  of  Pailthorp &   Jdiens, of  No. 8  Ane, I intend tocarryon a  H ^ "1  ������  K  P-ittor, Rev. Wm, Elliott, 1_. A.  ,.^A,;]';]^.ii'e<i -ib-a',recent; nddition 'of  ^���������������������������ihe^n^  Yi['< dit-ir ?aid; il.'. had -'-"-been jverified  -"���������; i.iim   a���������inost'.-;,trustNV'9r.i."hy. 'sburctf  " Ih:f'oie ilieyAvould print itA;."-y  iy:.'.Tfiie;������KKWS; is proud to -be-able  ;.;Mi ''iirint'/'tpday���������,;--'!t:lvaf'������������������'"General  .'���������..--'.','l.;r'fi;cli.'s ^contenipluble Hitle ar-  ;,:  jiiyA' is slill to' the 'fQurnndf has  [M������3y^Ay'^-",!aiyyy 'yQS ^Strifigs for sa3e atthc;.NEWS*  ���������--.��������� .'vjwards previ-iuiiufj;.'. Uie C/erinan Ram_a_.������w������.n^..m>������M������������.w������u>imiw  ^:r,ni'UTi,to,,Parisdnaspiie^  i:;kill'or liii oflic,ers':;'anatlK- valor i   U -������ *'������T,i^'"-': ^r: gnaificatio,..  '���������;��������� ���������:;:������������������.. ,        ' .... ',.:  A-:V'' .   <>.������������������ ,-   ��������� .,.��������������������������� that till) [.rfS* lit .tllC' Ullit'wi.L StlltC-  is,ulnio/������t a   unit   nv   (H'iiouiioir������y  "rould.Aciiher bribe -England!'!. vm^t : ;WaV.   .Such, /iiiuiniinitv  \ Y   -,""���������       0, *  Our Winter Underwear Stock is complete now ancl comprises .some   of. the  -' a V. j  rchofLold'bTIoavy Rib. per gurinont -!'...-SI 25 and $1.75  "Bi-itnnn u" lineal wool por garment '. $175  Pen Aug e, fhio all wool par at-aniirisit  $1.50  Men's Shins mado of finu Seototi Zephyrs  with I'voiich cuffs and collar to ma'.ch .  .;  ....  $150  .  Mon',B Heavy Wool Sweiiters  $4,00 to $6 50 -  Corel Voive!,s in all laiclinfj shades, 27 in. wide, extra val G5.c yu  ���������.������"s-  E    -  ' ST.GEOROE'S i'liESLiY-  TKRIAN CHURCH.  Service*. 11 a. in', und 1 p. in.  Bible Class, 1.30 p. in,'  Sunday oehonl. 2.30 p. tn.  Prayer Meeting, AVednediiy evening 8.80,  PaV-tor, Hev. .Jiffe. Hood.  t  I  >**  *L  Of Merchandise consisting of  GENT'S FURNISHINGS,  .THE "IDEAL" STOBE:    ^xt rt) T!U^lls  If;  ���������V  ."-'.ali.-sincn to bi-liuy thuii' siilcmn  Must tu lU-lyimn, nor t-xtcimin-  uh'. 'nor loyal Priiish army wliich  iMiv  with Canada's  3-2.ow.)  iii;sl  AnuiiijM-ni   fund tliosi!  from   the  i'-.-'t ' 1' lu j- D'i'ininioii.s and dt-nen  df-v.t ics    now    n-acb      1,500,000  1 ' n, who wi'ih ilii'ir lnavo alln.fi  '.������������������'.\     in ".si.    snrclv    cvnitnally  <y ivo 1 iiia, I'jaiidilloijjH'iii lioaster  ;i  ���������' l'.:> nni'.oniitcdly ���������ijuni   army  .1 -r    to- ilvir own connlry   and  ��������� ���������������������������i:,ii'l iioni thvn such  li'i'tns a>  ���������,.".! 1 inui'.o'f Un.iu.  ��������� ������#��������� ���������-  \V lu-ii tlm editor i-Url.', on Mon.  .' 'V   lll'lhll",!   IO  Ol'l  U]l   l-.ollji 1U i 11 JJ  1 ���������!' iii- p ijn'i' i'i llm   way ol intci'--  . - ii - i i.>i| f.nil.-, alii r i.;--inn  .-ii'.ini'l, that  iioihinjj hn*, ) in j 1 j tt*ii���������  r*. I  llii.t In- v.ui   V.'litu  lip,    iiliil    l.u-  i-.iil,��������� ;���������;-,(.   j:, ;,uv  tun iii.t or lo*-  ��������� ..i   1 < - ,v -.   and    i'Vi'1 y    fi'!|t������\,v    \\n  1 *  1   . ti  MiliCU-  W ii.JR.J_V    '  CROCKERY and GROCERIES.  I    All   Can    Goods   et   wholesale   prices  which must be cleared out.     Drop  in and get prices on case lots.  NO. TROUBLE    TO    SHOW     GOODS  Special Prices on  Saturdays  iiulicatsjrt a   splmidiil    Iriuinjili   of  ri'iii-on and iiii-tiw ovor all   hat-cr  c.onKidi.M'iilions.    The i'net   that, a  low niisci'uj.uloiis num aro willing  to tnako dirty dollar* mit   of   Um  s-akMil! fuel and oilier   eon Iniluuul  of war d'-os   not   dofru-t   in   the  slightest diiorew i'roni  the satihl'iu;  tion wiih which all i'rce.deniocriil-  ic, naiioualiliei", must   rcoard   lhe  attidinlo of the Anu-riaun   people.  A nioiiicnt's 1'id'li'Ctioii    i->   Hlillici  cut to .show linu ai'v   oil.or   rilli  tiidi'   would   lie   not-  unly   ilio;.1-  ii'iil  hnt   riiiiI'.'nUI,    Tin'   prt'i'enl  j war i.i a much hi'jgui' iliino thnn u  wnr hetwi'on IU*��������� Allii1.-. inul   (ici.  niiiny; it i-��������� it in m-li l':������jj_.i*t*   thiiijj  tluiii a m'iu rioainitL    J'iii,v-i������n mil-  itiiritnn.    ll iii ft why hi'twecn   tin-  foiV������<h of       JM'IM'Mll   liin-rtj,  I'l'eli  1I0111, jiirjtiee ninl fiiir play on lhe  01m nide, nnd de������p,otir-in of llu*  iiioi>t iiiit'h.iriiiiti 1 ypi- on the olln-r.  ll is tho  Ariiniueddoii   in   whirli  v  ...  t  T  X  t  ...  ���������UIMIVUtlKHH.I1 ~U.ftJ.WV_������.TIT^%vJMMMUWM������.Wn*.Wrffl -.Ml  WM. MgLELLAN  X  t  J.  I  . *  'Xi  T  ���������it  ������.'-.-~-:'-''Mi-''''������������������';<:a:;���������'���������' A"������������������������������������'::y:''':7:A-.y,-y -������A-':Xy ,>.-������������������;��������� ���������;:;.A.hAf:rr-.Ay^'sXyx^A-'v-y.y:::���������:���������'-������������������ ���������.-._���������__:  'Iiiiiisiiiiiiiraijiaii^  -'��������� x:.' 7r.Y7[7::-7;y ^yy7y:xyy^r-ry-:yhy:y:yhyyh.yyx yyy:  : :���������:������������������������������������'������������������.'.:'":���������>-, ;a .'';',')'-,:l.;-' "'yAjry���������:���������::::���������:;���������'.;:.;:,;.::[y:-r-r, y..,;'������������������;..���������'?���������.7iyyy-:-ryys:-'- ���������^������������������:; :������������������:.-,-��������� y ;\-  ;' ^jWiimi i t: ni; ������:?mit 1 ni?u i n������*!ir_H* at i;tp^!i ill inij i iiiij !ii;i������i.ii i Kiiii ti Vtn n::tn i������ t������1111.1 tfi nit. iiiiiunin'*!*" F^i* n*������' t s uuu mn in ji i: si :hi ; i si tit niiii i n������*iiiuiiii: hi | f/4^:;  g  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000'.  .esiij-vo $13,000,0       |  I   The Royai Bank of, Canada. !  | UHAPTS   LSbUED' IN   ANY    OUHUKNCY,   PAYAHI.l.   ALL |'  | OViCl'l    THIS    WOULD. |  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & ii.UMOSt p,  5   nt liighei't  Current Hales' aliov m :���������,' i;?^ m-ils of ?1 nnd upwards. I  M  CUMBERLAND, B, C , Branch, Oyen, Dull;      D, Mv Moiriuou, Mgr. ������  | UNION "PAY, B.O. Brunch, C>;;i J'aiiy.      F. Pcpworth, Mgr. |  |  COURTJSWAY,   3. C, Branch,  Opon Dnilv U. H  Ilaidwick,  Mgr ������  ^7|IIIUIIIllli!HII|llllll!ll!lilli;i!llllllll!!i:illlllltllllXllllllllllUlllllllllllll������^  t    NEXT TO PEACtVS WWJG STORE,       OLNSMUIR AVENUf     v  t <it_^tiu*>K������i*\aM.a,.ki-AiJ^P*"J^'������i>i-*-Uwi;<w'tM  tt^mr^ti t\ta,n*ttmrm*i*imm  . van*ti,nf������vw������������iNi_'wvvw  principles.    In view of tin a   eon;1  fiiderution many j>ooplii urft heffiii-  nino- io wonder how fur tv   policy  of -lilence in eonsintcnt with n. declaration   of tu'titinlitv wlien doeih'  arc perfornicd which  ilireaten all  ncntralitie-" which   vii-liilu nil in"  ti't'iialloiial  policies,   mi'l   wliieh,  if pi'i'siritml   in, itniHt bi'i'oino   ������i  direct threat, as lniiehtd tlio nentri'l  iintioiit* a*., to   tlin   uetiiiil  eoinha*  luiitrt.    .No one dehiri'H to emlm/l  the United t?riitt'.-  in tlio war, hnt  not a   low   puoplo   who do their  own thinking   nre   hcjjinnin^   lo  wonder why u notion ho powerful  and      independent,    ho       inti  mntely iiHBneiiiKiil wiih nU   inovo-  inentH looking to nniverfiil   peace,  and ho wisely represented   in   hr.r  In the shortening of the wur.���������The  Wcelr.  travnuwrn-mm  Singer Sewing Machine Needles for  sale at the Cumberland 'NEWS'  i������,-ir,*Mnai*M#tr i  nt\^*w^<mwni *mmm*ri*n'*K0rvmiamwe*iWLmw*mtim  Maaufectiare. oZ MSNESAL WATEK  tx*Tt:x.iwr**i*  CUMBERLAND  ���������MWTW ������tf MIK-UriTIt w>ir>*Ki������n>t������  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE CO....  nmp*miMtmmnnMMr,-,r.uiM-vimmimiMKumvumwiim.wmt,wmMmmmm,  111.   A,  i . 1 I    A i       !   i       1 .     . I , ��������� . IT       1 A    I    | tun ���������icinm-iacK--* ������lt������    I'oimlji;    n-i i pftflUiit j.m.v.hi.iVc   liciui can '(������.������������������.������*  ..,..:.-    ���������'��������� a ���������������������������'"���������'���������'"���������''������������������ |(,xi(;t(,n(,(. .,���������.llIV,T, u |'()Wl.r wiuchlly ktiiuulo .nul������'c.c   (liu vwi6cl������u/  .x.,-\nA  null?    i.'nd   h������   lcfi'-   '''Hu-oiild ilir.^tlM),������.!.. niHlrrcet   on  I -||a|l|lh     I'I*    '".III      i'l.-t  ii-   Ki'on   loi'ji  ,      ,, ' ! tlieir loin'o a  mnivei'.<iil   aiilotirm'N.  Hh   llu-    lin:.-!   '"    7 7 '.        ,..''.  ' - - -l.l- *       I        ,.',,1,        |_      1.11  I ii.' i'i .|i -.villi    i  I iyf,   It)        iitllb [All    S        ||i|.        !,(,;,! | ...  -..��������� in. ��������� .,",!,: ",'1-r tu   m,'    ,1.,.11'nce oMiii! Aiiicriciin  I nion it. an  ��������� .,,<-ii ,ii- . i.-u'i iii.i.   iu    iiiid    iie'j  iiivincil.lc conviction tlmt liberty.  1'i-edniii and jn.-fiei* nfn the fntnlu.  ineiiliil principle*' of national e.\i������������  1 Thomson's   Boarding   House %  MEETING OF COUNCIL  Tho City Council met or. Monday evrtiinp, all membora boing  present, with tho Dxception of Al������  dormnn Miller, who is ill.  Minutes of previoun mooting  wero load nnd adopted,  Communication ro Nanaimo rn to  of inanranco wuh rond, nl.o a com**  mnnicatloit aphing finaneiul aid  for TrnnquitleSanaUniuin.  Tlio Klectrie JJghliug Uompanv  drew lho auonlion uf tho Cuunoil  lotho uunu.0BBiiry   burning  ������������1   a j .lw,���������,_..-_.,������������������������������,���������^^���������.���������������������fcW^.,,w,.������MW������_<p������_,  liuht  between    Council Clmmbur j   _������._..������..������j������������������������T.������.������..������.._������-_.������. _.���������  und Mni>.iHlmtc'8 Uilico m llioiiny;   j  f  ty.  lv)  Has Now 1'een Opened Up and is  prepared to receive boarders   .���������������   Hoard by the, Dny, Week or  Month  ���������Reasonable Kates���������  i  (!)  (;)  (���������)  (?)  (!)  (!)  (!)  (!)  ^    \JT+\<\    TbrtfMCrttl       Dunamulr Avonuo, Jlotir Fourth    S  gj     VV III.    X IlOmbOn Btroot-Ouroborland, H. 0. ������  i .,, ii,i-r ji������  ih"    '���������Siniirt   .*_ifi-J.'*  viVi. r.iid.- lc cii'ild orl i.p :i ln-i  ri p:ipcr timu I lu*   editor ai.d no!  . ...!   ii v.- -hv  ;.' Iri      A i'i!'  italic,     Aiiytlniio  unich   liireat  '.a     !i.i  v '   jiiim-'p!''*      ������liri-i-������Jy  rtl.ti'.ilrl^ llu- <-bilti.<-l������'l' of    Aiimr-  .;...!. lii'i-ny. ami   wmiM    ibn-aim  l     .<..:   C-wii.A'i'a:.-'..     ' -: ,,,,r v ,:i..| ������������������ tj���������. tMit.-il tin������l   lit-^.'������r������*ill\  *.���������������  ly. (V'T. *l\Ai, t.-envi-e-l M  neutral nutieua Blmllored by milieu  submerged in nonlriil ivntore. How  lonj; witboiu a word (if renmn-  ifltrancetn*' can iiuenm-Miio nvmgj  ol a frtln.e flu;;, lho grtfttor to facilitate tbo Hinking of nn enemy'.  vwecl. It does pc-em ni? if the  United S.tuU'i' (.iovemment bftB on  oeeiii-iom- jdvi-n uticniiiceBof pro  test nndf-r f:ir lei's provf)fin������ion. 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