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Array t^'j^jW^Miv;a!5a**l^*^*w������_*  .<-*"  _*������<*  . it*.*)  y / r,*G..  -r*  ; **���������*&   rf^   *-"*"���������*-���������*   r-i-������*������i<_ *������,*.*���������',.  ^__r^  A Joamal- Devote  *V  -Z  d Esptg-ially, to tlie Interests of Comox OlstHct.  ''' r ?        " V -'���������-',*-  The News, Twentieth Year -.  ���������   ,   - 'Al/r^yMBERLANnf B. C.y WEDNESDAY,"   OCT 21), .913,    .  ITS A  I  la  I  wiih   many    men' what  kind    of   clothing;    they  ?hall  wear.    Some    will  buy anything that sells it  self   at i'o. ..cheap   price, -  while'others know by, ex  perience the general excellence  of our kind of.  clothing,      "We know all  about it from cloth,to finish, and: stake our reputation on its wearing quali  ties,1 You  pay as  little  here' as anywhere���������very  often less.      All sizes are  ready, and we guarantee  a perfect fit.  ... ..It's - worth something  to be able to select your  clothes"where there's nothing,but good quality to.  "choose from ; and variety  enough for every man,  Always   a  pleasure to  show goods.    ��������� "        ' /,.  H^I������U^eJJ4  !eca!Ied  Attorney-General    Says  Gravest Danger in' NanaimoJs Past.     Sal-   .  06ns Open Soon  About GO per cent, of the  troops iu the conl strike zone are  to be recalled this* week, it is understood, Tliero will bo uo soldiers left ii) Cumberland where llie  Canadian Collieries had a ������110,~  000 pay-day recently, and thn out  put is already over, the. average  for the normal times preceding  the strike. The Nanaimo situation is still -f61t to bu critical;-; and  about bO men will be left there,  while small detachments will still-  be garrisoned hrExtension,- South  Wellington and Ladysmith,*it is  ox pouted'.  . Attorney General .Bowser was  111 conference' with Colonel ,1-ov,  at'flio Empress Hotel' last' eveli  inland the-probability is that  this step was decided upon llien.  The time of tlio withdrawal is not  definitely fixed,-nor is "thu period  which the detachments still on-the  job will remain any-more certain:  Tho -Attorney General staled ' to  the Times-last evening that with"  thecompletion of- lhe speedy trials he thought the gravest danger -was past, *"       . :   ��������� _ ^a.  .MEETING OF COUNCIL  .-The City Council met in regular session on Monday evening,  tliere- being present Aid. Coe,  Beveridge, Richards, Miller and  life Mayor,  The minutes of previous meeting'were read and adopted.  Communication were received  from two Yaiuouver brokerage  firms requesting further information respecting the city's proposed debenture isssue. Clerk was  insfyiicted to forward ' asked for  information. c  ..",'Accounts;., ��������� , ��������� '  ���������-T.-E. Bale/.   A. II.. Peacey .... .,  ,11 ugh Mitchell....  ".Commit-, appointed re paying  up in -full for cemdnt [sidewalks  reported progress'. ���������  ,; Aid.' Beveridge moved, sec. by  Aid. Richards, lhat tax notices  foV-'cement sidewalks be sent out  at pnoe���������^carried.  "', Aid. Coe asked for i n forma -  tion,-as toSwho ordered - the re-  ope'iiiiig'ofllH:' hotel bars. The  Mayor replied 'that the matter  wa.'- out of llie bauds of the city.  Council adfounied.  .,������1.90  ��������������������������� - 45  .. 4.60  vSUBSC-UPTlON $I.OO AYKAli  ��������� ���������miiiMMy,������������������ ���������n.  m&na*r*������Ts*wmi^'KxxM  \&t&east&&8G^'*$  MACFARLANE Bros.  We invite you to inspect the. following :  -o~  MEN'S FOOTWEAR Just to hand our First .Fall Ship-  '-ment .of Ames- lloldwn and   McOready ' SiK/J-Tfj;, ��������� iu   the  newes shapes, colors black and   brown, -button ������'ud"A]ace. .;  ^ MENS SUITS���������Theso are hero in the newest 'shapes"ami  .js  styles, colors navy, hrown,   bronze, black;, purple etc.      "  MILLINERY���������First showing of.Ladies' WinterM Mir.cry  LADIES'  BLANKET" COATS newest shades  nml styles.  . FOR'THE CHILDREN���������The famous "Margaret" Sweat-  ers and Sweater Suits,   in shades Navy Cardinal & white.  THE CORNERSTbRE  A  .-..LIMITED        '        *   ���������������������������' .      -  D.uiismuir Avenue,.. PHONE &>,' GIIM.I. ISLAND'  I  NEW  PASSENGER SCHEDULE.  (October  20th 1913.) ,  '.,' *  Train leaves Cumberland:-  ' Tuesday '...'-. ..7 a. m  ���������'     12 15 p. m  "     , 8p, in  Weduesday 5 p. m  , Thursday ..7 a. 111  Friday ...5 p. m  Salurday ��������� 7 a, m  Sunday 7 a. m  "    ��������� ��������� -; 1 p, 111  b  7 A  MOONLIGHT TRAGEDY  IN ELLICE TOWNSHIP  The following I ale is from El-  lice and Ia vouched for by a prominent resident of lhat township:  An employeo of Mr. 1), A.  Dempsey whilo returning from  ���������seeing his "supposed-lo-bo" nenr  Wnrthnrg, on Sunday night, mistook a skunk in thn moonlight for  11 rabbit, wliieh ho capt 11 red, and  immediately became vaporized,  Thecapluro wns of short dura-  tion. lie now sleeps iu lho opon  r������ir and takes his meals in tlie  woodshed,   -O   ���������   Ml     -    .  J.)r, Kerr, dent isi, wiil he in  Cumberland November 10, and  folly wing week,  Willi the Uniou men nud the  Socialists working together, it  will take a candidate fully able  tu produce the goods to get into  our next year's council.' We  have been informed on-good nu  thorny, that if the tight council  ���������it elected lor 1914, the city cnu  get Sr0,000; and the Lord knows  wi. kneed it to keep the city from  i.--oming bankrupt. Just at this  A'%vi in iiiu yaim; k i_ I lie SUUUg  iiit)ii who are needed lo direct  our civic affairs.  .������ A  iien. Ea  turc  '$ Last *Pic-  ii  When  Earth's   last    picture    is  painted,   '  And the tubes   are  all  twisted  and dried;    '  When the oldest color  has faded.  'And the   youngest   critic   has  died,!  We shall rest and  faith, wo shall  need it���������  Lio down for nn   eon   or   Iwo,  Till the Master of all good  workmen  Shall set us lo work anew,  And those .who nro good   shall he  ^ happy;  They shall sit; in a golden chair;  Thoy dmll splash al a ten league  canvus  Willi biTi-oh.,. of comet's lmir;  They will find real saints to draw  from ���������  Magdalene, Peier and Paul;  They shall work for an ago   at   11  tl 11 o  sitting  And novcr bo iirod at nil,  And only the Master shall praki  And only lhe Muster shall blame;  Aud no ono shall work for money.  And nooiiohliull work for fame;  Hut each for the joy of the work'  ,  Hh  And ench in his  separate  star,  SliulJ draw the thing us  he cues il  For the Mod   of Things ns they  are, ���������lludyard Kipling.  - <>��������� ������������������.  Mr. J.S. D. SicUlnll,   ("Shier  oali the Tailor/') of  TKH  dec  election fume, arrived  in   I own  this week from Nuuaimo,   <_������   The Crown   Theatre   will   be  fjo'd on Thus-day evening, o'.v-  ing to iht; "Yellow Peril'' beinrr      Mr. Wm.   Roy,   nfrnmjvinierl  whown by vqiiwl ;.t   Chinatown by his (l.iuglitcr,  Mrs. (Ui.) Alii-  011 thai evening, auil "tliero   not lard, will Umvc sliorily   fur   Cal  being sufiieieut elecfric j'.owcr to itovuirt.    Mr.   Roy   goes  south  Nil. liUt-*������'* !*]JI������J> .it   \)ji; (Jije linie.jfwr \h<; l������;mfit of ]]i.- l|.;.];Jj"  - The liconso-commissioifors,-it'fs;  stated, are also considering llie iui  yisubility of opening up tho'sul-  ooii_:w,hich; luive been closed.aijice  Anguiit 13, the day the' troops  wore-dispatehed. It is regarded  as unlikely, however- that; they  will ho opened until the;:.troops'  are recalled.  1 f 'A  Tliero is reason to believe that  the troops wil^not ho in Nanaimo  an'olhor'wci-k.   IJu|e$s|!it is the in  bi tc  tention of the authorities to keep  thom there until tlio completion  of the jury trials, which niuy he  many weeks yet, there is no rent-  on for not. issuing the recall order  at once, ir is stilted.' According  to T. J), Shoiibothaiii. the proseeut  or in tho reeeul trials, the strike  spirit io harlly crushed by the heavy Font m ices.  A rumor ^reached Victoria some  days ago that, the United Mine  Workers of Americu has issued  orders to shut. down the sinke.  According . t_ this sa 1 0 story  Krnnk Farrington, the inttirnatioii  al board im:tnUoi* in charge, n-i-civ  oil.oi'der.i lo', .close up lhe strike  somo days ago, but found ilu:  spirit loo deeply embedded hy the  long stormy period uince August.  However that may bn the union  can quickly flop the miike, if il  wishe*-, it id stated,  Mr. iSlioehothum dates that a-  bout 1.00 men from tho ranks of  the strikers Imvo gono hack to  work in N<>. 1 shaft of the \Vort  em Fuel Company and he says he  believes that, the men aie prcity  nearly ready to give up tho r-trug-  fi'ln for recognition. ��������� Victoria  'rimes of October'27.  SENTENCES OK MINE ILS  WILL HE I'ROTlvSTKD.  While only a .mall proportion  of the union miners in the Na  unimo district arrested for rio'-  iilg ill August li.-tve beeu tl'i'd.  the sentences have created ^.va*  indignation among lubor uu :. '''  Vancouver, and mraufjem-.-a-  lahi.r k-aders f.lu'o, nie h>���������'.-,t\  111 ide lo hoi-l n i));js-<    .Vi'i'Viv-'-' '  On. Tuesday evening last,  llie'Ladies of'-the Maccabees,  (Cumberland Hive) met at the  ���������resideuce-of-^lTr-and-MrsrHRrich^  a'n'Coe, jr., the object of the  gaiheriug, being the presentation  of-j wedcliii'g gift-to iheir daugh-  icV: Miss"*'7'Mabel "C6e;'"wh6%is  shortly to.be married at'Nanaimo-  After a fcwvAVell chosen remarks  by the' Lady- Commander, the  bride-elect was presented with a  handsome cut glass ,bowl.' The  Ladies spent a most enjoyable  evening, card playing aud oilier  amusements being indulged in.  Refreshments were' served du  ling the evening. Before dispersing, each one -shook hands  with the bride-to-be and wished  her much happiness in the future.  ��������� Coroner Abrams returned from  Campbell River on Friday, where  he held an inquest'on the body  of a man named William DeVoe,  a surveyor, who was found  drowned iu Campbell River.,  Coroner Abrams returned to  Campbell River on Tuesday, to  ���������h'old-an-iuquest-ou���������t-he-body-o.f-a  man found-at Mcnzies Bay. ���������'���������  Wealth of Chisana.  Discoverer of the New Field Dis*  poses of One-Half interest for ������400,000,  E, C. Emde   left, on   Sunday  for Victoria.      ,  A dramatic club will be formed here under the auspices of ihe  S. P. "of (J.  mrtKm!mmm*um������mjjum������i������9  protest ,-ngain.st the sentences  which have beeu passed by  Judge Ilo.niy. A petition, il i.s  said, is also being prepared to bo  forwarded to the minister of justice Ott.'.wa, Hon. h, .). Doherty,  asking that he tnke into eonsid  oratioi.. lho facts of ilu; various  c.tiJcs and see, whether either pardon or 1110;e lenient sentences  should lv ijiveu,--TheSun. "  .  MitaO. Pritchard, fiinancial  agent'for Ttie'Suii-,*' a "Vancouver  newspaper, was iii town on Saturday last, and favored'us with a  call. He secured Miss Pliemy-  Hayman as a candidate in the  Sun's great prize, contest. ������������������Aunty" will be a sure winner, or we  very much mistake our guss.  "   W- J. Coard, the  piaiio timer,  is iu town.  The wedding bells will soon  ring for a pretty youug Cumberland girl and'a Nanuinio boy, if  reports be true.  The Mexican prcsidcntnl elcc  tion has ended in a farce. It is  about, time to stop iheir fun  down iu that "Christian (?) land.  John Place, M. P. P. for Nanaimo, who i-i, in the provincial  jail at Victoria awaiting trial on  a riot charge, has been suffering  from tlirnut trouble, but is uow  practically recovered. It wn?  thought at the outset t-hat diph-  th"ria mij;hl develop aud ho was  aivordi'ii'ly leuioved to the city  isolation hospital.  Mrs. Thos. Riekson h-ft this  week lor Vancouver.  WW-WIf*. f-^~m*-+r  CAMPBELLS  for  Fashionable  PI of t^*ii rr"1  ,W_ <w/ %.~i.������m~m<.  ThU Tliroo llttiton, lllunt Oornr r-  od Oack i������ ouo of our now mpdel".  Not oxtromo  in any wny but wl'b  fi*irt>i;������V itttrift n-nrt   rllptl-nr'1i������^-nfpn tn   )  r if*, it out ot' tho ordinary.  /  The discoverer of the gold de-  posits'of^lK*"C"hisaiia7T^~&lnTsKnA-  na, Mr. James, came south ou  tlie last, steamer from Ala5l:av  and he has already found-a p..i-'  chaser for a h'a'lf'intere'st'-'iii "?���������;.;  properties i'n that ^lewEldof'.v.io.  F?or thehaif of his jnicrosi I'.-..  has received 8400,000, of whir::  he got one-hall' in cash and'3is to  get the,other half before jvork i--:  rcPiuned mM spring.  Mr. James is onthusnstfc a? to  the prospect.'. o!'the district, H"  believes lhat the vein run-j across  the line into Canada. Ik- began to prospect on' the Yukon,  side but was unable to oonlinue  there, as his menus did not permit him to icinaiu long enough  lo get result*?, lie found showings of gold iu several places,.Lui  also found thai it would take  more than he had at his disposal nl the lime to prospect I'm  enough to make th'\sc of v.-ilu...  -Victoria Times,  N. H,���������Mr. Aaron James, of  this city, in Ioi mis us lhat he is  almost sure the above mentioned Mr, James, is his son William, who has b>eu in lhe nm thcni gold fields foi several \cars.  -Ed,  The hotel bars re-opeuod ft-  busiuesi on Monday. Thev liavu  b.'cn closed ftir over two mouths.  I (WW  \  Ono stylo morn Ihui miotlicr in an  Gvt-n-o.it whii:n in alw-yt in vyuui,  torm, ii lho Liphtwoljjht ������ hcclnr-  fn.d, f; lii Alr.n ill cd, drer.y, nnd  haft ulv/,'iy������ boon n l.ivo i'o.  Wil it:.' nhaV-vlTi;; u In-fr^r rwti.i if  r>nitinr:.i ari-i QvuniOiUli'ii;* Ihan <.v-  er bt-f.)-o.  C*-. .*��������� ������������������ f. r* "*i ���������**"'   1   *"*  w.'.Mrr_Jc. LJ.mm.y  l-A-i-.'v  AV] llSS.if^EA1 %, Vj  hh^th h>\\)'-  \'.* ':.t;.>Ji ���������������**������������������} ���������Ll'tf'^^a.*^������r������^?~$&Z*i������f&  -���������^k., JlM������fc*������JW**������������n.W.   .  j*>Mm.-ii>llkai>,>tf  ssfffiftria^taasdBfr'j^^  '^^Isssaiisai  S3i������^I������SS������S!S3SS������?SSS  <:^1  THE TraWS./CUMBERI.AND/B. C.  dr  [���������AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punshon  Wort, Lock & Co- LlmtWJ  ������>   London, Melbourno & Toronto ,  ^-^ ^  (Continued) n  Bui*, he got no further, for with a  scream of rage Hilly Man hurled hlm-  seli' upon him nnd Sir John had but  timo to turn before tho knlfo Hashed  iuul foil nnd buried itself In hts sido.  He fell wiih a. dreadful cry; and. In a  moment all the liouse seemed to start  io life Willi clamor and with.'bustle and  with lights hero and there and with  Usurps  starting from opening doors,  Kor a moment- Billy Man lingered  n:ul stooping ho snatched-the knife  from his wounded victim. For a moment ho even seemed as lf ln his lust  of cruelly,he meant" to strike again,  hm realising that the time was getting  short he Hung the knife on the ground  and,rushed down lhe stairs to the hall  whore Green and.Crookes had already  run from the library. At once they  rushed to the,front door and tore lt  open and .fled, and wero out of the  house before Billy Man had reached  ihe foot ot the ..-airs.   ,  Abo\_ Lady Martin and Dora, running in panic-from their rooms, were  the first into tbe passage where Sir  John had been struck down?  , Oh, . they have murdered him,  screamed Lady Martin falling on her  knees by his side. - Oh, who has done  lt?  Oh. you vlllian, you, she cried and  /lung the knife, and as it was ordained it flew straight and true and the  point sank home in Billy Man's shoulder.",  -' Screa:nl���������g with rage and pain he  turned and shook his fist at her and  cursed her ,by her name with the  light from -ilie lamp outside full upon  lils face; and then as he turned and  rushed away, Dora fell forward on her  face in a' dead swoon.  ���������   CHAPTER XIX  Wilton Mayne's Wound  When on tho following morning  , Green first met ."oan she greeted him  with a look so keen and piercing that  he at once' be.r.me extremely uncomfortable. ��������� He had grown somehow lo  be able to read all her moods perhaps  ' better than she quite realized, and now  he understood immediately that she  had something serious to say to him.  Where were you last night? she ask-  rft him quietly.  ,_JiOMi_^cour^,_^e_jnutt:erod sulk-  oily, shifting uneasily -from oiiF"foot*'Kr  ihe other.    '      "  Then why. did you not answer ��������� me  vhou I called you? she continued.  You called me? he muttered, taken  ubiick; why, what for? he asked with  increasing uneasiness.  My mother was very ill and I wished you to go for a doctor, she answered. In tho end I had to ask a passing  policeman to send me one.  ��������� A policeman���������a slcp, Green ejaculated, staring at her open mouthed;  Kiiroly���������you never did?  Why not? she nsked with steady,  eycij that marked his obvlou. discomposure, Where were you .last night?  pho said again. From the tablo beside  ber -she lifted a newspaper, Thero is  nn account here, she said slowly, of a  bui'Slnr*. at Lady Martin's, at the house  v-lieri! you warned mo Miss Hose  should not���������  Hut wiih a look at hor of mingled  anger and doubt and fear he turned  i-harp on his heel and hurried away,  and Joan's faco was more pale, moro  Had than ever, ns she slowly put back  her newspaper upon tho table,  There can be' no doubt, she said  aloud; I must tell Edward���������ho must  know���������that will bn the end of all, sho  ralft, pressing her lips hard together to  hold In hm* pain.  This morning, sho felt vory weary,  vt 17 sad, weighed down an;', confused  by iron 1>)es that,wore- too great for her  to bear.     Her sleepless night by the  'l.c(l,'-ldi> of her mother, whoso sudden  1 BURNING  Whilo Blisters Spread All Over  Head, Scratched Until Mass of  Soros. Hard Crusts Left Raw  Flesh, Had to Cut Hair Away,  Healed by Cuticura Soap and  Ointment, Hair Growing Thick.  i   V A,'.' 1 Ti  IHO Tlomnlno fit,, I'liK-rlinro, Otitniln,--  "My Hull) islrl'H li.cd wat In a tori-llilci  Miitt'. It fitfirti-d ttlih Httlo wlillo Wlstoi-h,  which would brittle until Id  .prrml ull ovor Hur lioart.  Tho burnliiir and Itclilwj  wc.ru dreadful, aipcrliilly  nt iilf.-Jit whon ti)m would  mtuu-Ii tt, until 11 wns onn  nm is of nnrot nil mrr hrr  lii-iul und tlm pillow would  I in eni-criul r.-IHl hlnnrll'   Mill  rmild R<st, no rust no nil with  tlm pnin. KIio v'-iiiii Um oi 1110 cu pui,  umii-ililiii! on (0 cuul tho humlii-. and  l-rhMlr.n. Hard mi>:li would form on lir-r  ln-nd wliliii when nlio rrrniched It would  Imvo tlio raw tlesh undoi-iioiuli, nml her  I -Ar r-irnn nit with It or would bo In Midi  II (lit-iidriil '.lata Unit I woultl U> uim,;iia  to cut tlio hnlr nvrtiy,  "I liiinl covccul roniodli*. but nono of  ilirm socnied to do nny rood, I then cut  her hair (piltoclose, wnnlicil It with Cuticura  honji nnd luiudii���������i.'d It usliuf ('ntlcutw Olnt������  iiirnt. H li now ������|iilto hcaU-d without, a,  t, ,r'r. o-A \\.t: ;;t'.ln. Jf*r lil" li r^ou-lnr nlen  nnd thl'.-U siuuln." (-Jlfiiwl) Mrs. M. Haim-  d:r\ }���������''���������!��������� n. I'll?,  -'liiiruift flrmji uml ('utlnirii filnim'-ut nr*  rctd by (IriWKlitf nud dealers cicrywhrra,  A fclnulo l'.i l< Ciflcn tu!lii.i������it, Mhi-ral  t unpin iifraclt iii'tll'-d frro, 11 Ith .'!_.'). HIdn  l!,)olc, A'lilrrs-rt prutt r.ird J'oittr I If us It  Ciu-iu. Cori������., I>iJ������t. 31l>. I������o-*wn. U. H. A.  W. N. U. 3GS  attack of pain and weakness had boen  vory alarming;, had greatly exhausted  her, and now tliore was tills dreadful  news of this burglary and the. attack  on Sir John Martin, which she could  not. help regarding as the climax arid  proof of all her fears. For a long  timo she tat In Bllence, from which  slie only roused herself when Dora  arrived, an unconventionally early  visiter.  Joan .had seen her comingdown tho  street nnd she admitted her herself,  greatly relieved to see her, for there  were question, sho much wished to  ask that she felt only Dora could answer. Joan waa ln an alert and suspicious mood this morning, and she  took her visitor to a llltlo room at  tho head of tho Btalru whore they sat  with the door wldo open bo that no  one could approach them without being at, once noticed.  I have seen tlio papers this morning,  Joan began abruptly;, there Ls something I wished to ask you.  No, no, Dora exclaimed quickly, I  have been answering questions all  morning. No, lt was for something  elso I camo hero��������� '   -.'  Answer my question first, Joan, interrupted with a certain air of authority; tell 1110 this���������was thore nny one  of theso burglars you saw last night  whom It seemed you knew? t  But Dora did not answer. She fell  back Into her chair as lt she had  been struck some fatal blow and her  faco grew grey and old. " With a  kind of grim and resolute despair,  Joan waited for an answer, and at  last Dora stammered out:  1-Iow dare���������wicked���������you have no  right���������how dare you?  Was there, then, one of these'burg-  lars you saw last* night, Joan repeated In hor level and expressionless  tones, whom It seemed to you you  knew?  Dora flung up both her hands. She  would.have fled lf the power had remained to her, and the gesture, she  mado was of such terrible despair that  it became at once an affirmation.  ��������� Oh, why���������why���������why do you ask?  sho wailed in horror..  ,Why do you not answer, rather? returned Joan ��������� with equal distress but  with greater self-control.  But Dora only wrung her hands and  Joan watched her steadily.  You must tell me, she said; you  must tell me���������or I shall die.   ���������  But you���������you know? Dora stammered out;' you know���������or you would  not ask?  Tell mc, said Joan once more, and  Dora burst out wildly..  ' But lt was not'he, I toll you, It, was  not be; how could it be? It.is impossible, oh, I .-knew all the time it  could not 'be, and he was different���������  quite different. It was like some awful, evil copy, but it was not���������it was  not Wilton. ' . -  Wilton? cried Joan and sprang to  hor foet,' amazed beyond expression,  -for-thls-was-lhaJas-Jiam.e she had ex-  pected to hear..' Girl, was" it not my  father? the asked in terrible  tones^  But now it wa'sPDora's turn lo loolc  bewildered and amazed.  I don't understand you; your father,  she murmured; why Joan, why, what a  strange thing to say.  ' But Wilton���������Mr. Mayne?   Joan   repeated,- still astonished.  It was a man, Dora said fearfully, a  man so strangely, dreadfully,' so terribly liko him,  To Joan the relief was so great  that she'really laughed. Perhaps  then she might still hope; just possibly her suspicions were unfounded;  just possibly her father had had no  concern In this burglary the paper  was so full of. As for what Dora  hinted, tliat seemed to her too absurd,  Why, Dora, she cried, what do you  moan? Mr. Mayne? Wilton Mayne,  tho poet?. Oh, Dora, what can you  mean? '���������  Dora, choered by Joan's tone of absolute incredulity and astonishment,  smiled aiid whimpered together.  It was such n horrible likeness, she  said, lt mado mo miserable; it was so  liko bim and yet so unlike him, too.  It was llko a picturo of him with all  the good taken out and evil and badness pul in Instead. Then when you  askod mc, that terrified mc, she said  simply.  Well, said Joan dcdldc-dly, you must  not troublo your head with such klcas.  But you, Dora asked in her turn,  you���������what did you mean, Joan, whon  yon said that about���������your father?  Ah, but I hud reason, Jonn answered  wltii a rush of passion; ho Is bad, lio  la a bnd man. There are wicked,  wicked things I am suro ho Is concerned In. I would liavo loft lilm  lotij; ago but for moUioi\ I would  this lim'tuul, only mother la so 111, and  when 1 road about this bursltiry I  feared Unit bo might perhaps liavo  been concerned In It. n  But your father���������a burglar, Dora exclaimed, Hllll amazed; oh, Joan, but  that ls too liorriblo.  Life Ih too liorriblo, Jonn answered,  and yot It ucomu wo havo to llvo It.  Willi a BUddon outriisli of hor fool-  liiKii, ulio went on to tell all thoso  tlilnrcn, both fitnall and great, that added loKdlior bad brought her slowly  to br-llovo that lior fat lior Hv.d u criminal lifo. Jlcr Momentary hopes hud  died figdln, iind bIio hnd again become  convinced of her father's B������llt. Now  tliat nlio liad spokon out her -secret  .futiru, It sewned to her Unit Jt wna no  longer posnllilo for doubt to exist; ll  wiui us thminh the truth had been born  in hor mind at lust, bom aftor long  ltionlhu of travail and doubt, nnd four,  Yoh, It wan he, Hho cried, ho and  niti iik-uili. t.'w i.,.:;r.:-.,-d h-i -nli'MV  robbfry. t am nn envtnln nf lt as If  they bnd told mo all their plumr, und  Mr. Tliorold hmi ntbeil mo to nmrry  him, und what cnn I do, oh, what .onn  I do when mother It no 111? Sho beat  her liiuiilfi together with a. soft cIch-  Uhthn ,._:.:���������... Oh. i"\*', rho walled, oil, why bus mothor fullen eo 111  Juivt at (Ms moment?  Dom, forgetting tbe torroru nho bad  cherished ln tho greater torrent It  BftPiiit'd lu-r friend was certain of, did  lu-r bffit to comfort her and to per-  ni-idf In- tlint perhnpH sho wnn mistaken, wns i.eiiiiips mitkinf. ibingfi out  wono Hinn thoy were, Hut Jofin  only idiook li"r h'-nd. Uu nvnv tliul ij!;v>  had fnltly taeeft tho fnctn, weighed  tin-in nnd under-stood Ibr-ni. hrr conviction wat not Unfitly to he shaken.  Thry wero still Uilklug when Mrs,  nnt-md ranff the llttlf hnnd boll Jwm  li.-id kIvpii her to uuo when she needed  ftiiythin-*..   The two glrln wt-nt lu ������tt  once to hor room. She was plainly  very weak and 111, but ��������� ������ho -seemed  pleased to. see Dora, and held out a  feeblo hand to her.  How kind of you to come, she murmured, but why have you boen crying  ao? Is it because of the burglary at  your house?  Joan started, for sho had not known  that her mother had heard anything  about tho burglary', and Dora answered with some haste,  (To bo Coritlnuedr  Lobster Palace Etiquette  A Chlcagoan unacquainted with the  ways of New York. entered one of  Broadway's lobster palaces and ordered-vlchy with lco and Boft-sbelled  crabs with tarter- sauoo. In accord  with tho sottle-d customs of euch  places, he wa3 not promptly eerved.  To his expostulation it was explained ihat tho vlchy was cold enough  without ice and thnt Boft-shellcd  crabs'take no tartar sauce in good,  society. Instead of accepting this  with a complacent Bmlle, tha i*ash  man insisted en .his order, and as a  rosult had soinc unpleasantness and  a fight whero ho should have had nothing but a long wait, bad _e_vl_o  and a big bill  Tho incident .Illustrates western  ignorance of the aims and ends of  tlio palatial taverns In this city. Such  places do not call themselves palaces  without a sense of royal pride. They  are not open for Uie gratification of  guests, but tho edification of the Innkeeper and his help; The proprietor  ts above a captain of industry. ' The  chef ls a high functionary. The head  waller is a haughty lord, Tho waiter in ordinary is by.no means a subordinate. The wayfaring man that  enters does so at the risk of something more than his digestion and  his private fortune. lf he offends  tho customs of the palace by insistent requests for compliance with his  orders, he ts : likely jo lose his pat-,  ience and his dinner as wall.  Apple Dealers In Western Canada  The success of apple growing as- an  Industry depends to a ^reat extent on  tho securing'of a good market... It  is no uncommon occurrence almost,  every fall for groat quantities of apples to lie about, 'undsr the trees-.to  rot or to be fed to Logs because no  good market is accessible!*' While  'the fruit is thus going to" waste there  are thousands of house-holders mors  especially in tbo prairie provinces  that are longing for fresh fruit-of a  sort that can be stored and drawn  upon during the winter months. The  difficulty of the one class is to reach  buyers for tho truit and the other' to  find a supply at a moderate price. To  bridge the gulf that separates these  two classes, and thereby do both an  invaluable service';" tbe Dairy and  Cold Storage Commissioner' has issued a list of the wholesale anri retail  ���������apple_dt.alers_in MaiutoLa^Sajltatche-  wan, Alberta' and sections of New-  Ontario whose addresses were available, Theso which number about  275 dealers and firms, with few exceptions arc said to be in a position  to buy at'least ono carloa'1 of fruit.  This inforrhation is given In. Circular  No. 3, of the Dairy and CoU'Storage  Branch, copies of wheh ' may be secured free from, the' Publications  Branch of the,'Department of Agriculture, at Ottawa.  Breaking It gently  Tho Boss���������I have looked up your  record and was told that your word  wns as good as yonr bond.  The Applicant���������I am pleased to  hear it,  The Boss���������And, further, that the  only bond you ever signed was yonr  bail bond and you Jumped that.  Who'd Blame Him  ' Ballard���������Why didn't Ilawley take  that job to-day? He's been idle  more than a year,  Littleton���������Woll, If ho started to  work now ho wouldn't got a vacation  tills .summer.  "fTiisband (at police station)��������� Tlicy  say you have caught tho fellow who  robbed our houso night beforo last.'  Sergeant���������Yos, Do you want to  soo him?  "  Husband���������Suro! I'd llko to talk to  him. I want to know how ho got In  without waking my wlfo. I liavo been  trying to do that for tho last twonty  years,  STOPPED SHORT  Taking Tonlct,, end Built up on Right  Food  Tho ml.Unko Is frequently made of  trying to build up a worn-out nervous  syatom on so-cnllcd tonics���������drugs.  Now niatorliil from which to rebuild  wanted nervo coll,), In what -should bo  unpolled, and UiIh can bo obtained only  from proper food,  "Two (yonrn ngo I found myself on  t.ho vomo of a complete nervous collapse, duo lo overwork and *tidy, and  to lllno- , 1 , tlio family," writes a  young mother,  "My friends became nlnrmed be-  ciuiai. I grew . \lo and thin, nud could  not Bloop njjhiB, I look-various tonics prescribed by physicians, but tholr  offecfa woro off shortly after I stopped  tuklng thoni. My food did not seem  to nourish mo r.nd I gained no flenh  nor blood. ,.  Heading of Grnprj Nuts, determined  to ntop ,.ho tcnli - and -see what a  Hmnp-n of dlei would do. I ato Ornpo-  Nuts four tlnir-B a fay with crcnni and  drunk uiiii-. iiih.i, wxtd lo loA early  after eatlnt. a dlnh of Grnpo-Nuts beforo rotirir.nr.  "Fr. nbout two wcoU I wan sleeping  ���������soundly. In a short timo guhod 20lbn.  In weltrht. nnd folt like a different  womnn. My link' uuuj-hior wncnr-. i  wan obliged to ki-op out of school last  spring on account of chroiil-: catarrh,  has changed from a thin, palo nervous  child to a roby, healthy girl aud has  gone back to eoliool thlit fall.  "Orupe-Nutfi mid fresh air were lho  only a1.1-.il3 lined to aocompllnli tlio  lu.ppy remiltu."  NMUC fihon by ^nnn.-lliiii PriHltim  Co., Wlndi-or, Or.t. lU-'.d the little  booklet, "Tho Iload .j Well vllle," In  jilitft,     "TIhto'b a Hcaaan."  Ever read the above letter?   A new  cno appear- from lime to time,   They  ; i.re genuine, trut, snd full of human  Interest  mm ������������  i Yoa will find relief !n Zak-BukJ  It eases the burning1,, elinping  p&In- stops bleeding aiid brings  ease. Perseverance.'with Zam-  Buk, means cure;1 Why not prove  ;a?m?tB-d;i<l  ���������ySttAUu eu/vy/vusft apftg^  Tragedy In Tabloid  I.���������Jones poisons' his wlfo's cat.  II.���������Ho., professes deep sorrow at  its disappearance.'  Ill,���������Ho offers a ?50 reward for Its  recovery.  IV.���������A number of cats were brought  for "Inspection.  "V.���������Mi*b. Jones Identifies ono.  Tho Last Word  An advertisement wo saw the other  day said- that���������^s was the last word  in grape juice. The'last word in grape  juice ts Iceland we defy .anybody to  mako it out any other way.  State  of  Ohio, ' City  of  Toledo,    \ .  Lucas County /   i������  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho la  f^nlor. partner of tho firm of ��������� P. J.  Chon*- & Co., iloing business In tho city  of Toledo, County and -State aforesaid,  n> .1 that unid firm will pay tho sum of  UnB UUNDKED DOLLA-.S i:r ench nnd  every caso of catarrh that cannot be  cured bv tlio uso of Hall'a catarrh Cure.  FttANK J,   CHENEY.  Sworn  to beforo mo and subscribed  In bis.presence, this 6th'day bf December.  A.D., 18SG.  (Seal.) ��������� ���������. A.  Vf.  GLEASON,  ���������tt ... "-, , _ Notary  Public'  Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,  ana acts directly on the blood nnd  mucous surfaces of tho system.- Send  fcr  testimonials  free.  ���������   P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  ���������lold  by all druggists. 70c.  Take Hall's Family Fills for constlpa-  tlon ��������� .  It was after Christmas and the little  maid of eight was sitting disconsolately by the nursery window.  Aren't you going to play with vour  new doll? asked her mother, with a  side glance at the discarded present.  No, said tbe little girl.  Oh! rhut you wanted a nice dolly.  One that talked, didn't you?  No response. ���������  And this one says, Ma-ma, Pa-pa.  The little maid's eye-3 flashed and  sparkled as she replied: I want a doll  that says: Votes for .women.  Corns cannot exist when Holloway's  Corn Cure ls applied to them, because  it goes to the root and kills tho  growth.  Robert Henri, the.artist, was talking  at the annual exhibition of the- Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts about  _c_e_r_laln_old masters.      Take'  for' in-  World's Record Made at G.*eat Blsley  Shoot-  European shooting authorities are  enthusiastic in their praise of the remarkable marksmanship of Major P.  \V. Richardson at the annual meet of  England's National Rifle Association  at Blsley, England.  - In the London Dally Telegraph's report of the competition, July. 22, this  lotntlon ls made of Major Richard-  eon't work:  "Major P. W. Richardson, the well-  known marksman, who captained tho  last British shooting team that visited  Canada and Australia, has created  what ls bellevc-d to bo' a world's record by scoring 33 consecutivo bull's  eyes at 1,100 yards. Tlioy wero secured, lt is truo, in two coriipetillons,  pais extra shots, but as thoy were obtained absolutely without interval tho  feat stands unparalleled. Improved  ammunition, it must not be.forgotten,  rlayed its own part in the phenomenal shooting witnessed last week in  lho nmtch-riflo competitions. Major  Richardson shot with American service ammunition, manufactured by the  remington Anns "Union-Metallic Cartridge Compar-y."  stance, he saidT 'Morlond?' ThlTHus  trious and indefatigable norland painted in tho course of forty years 4,000  pictures. And of these��������� Mr. Henri  smiled-his quiet and intelligent, smiile.  Of these, he-continued, 10 less' than  3,900 are ?xtant.  A Genius In Mosaics  Thero receuly died at Ivry, a suburb of Paris, a remarkable "old man  named Frais.ard, who, it is claimed,  could ha've been one of tho world's  most famous sculptors, lf ho had so  desired, but who, instead, lived In a  quiet, unpretentious way -and finished  life as ho began it, with very little  ln the way o'Mhls "vorld's goods..  When a boy, Mr. Fraissard was apprenticed to a marble-cutter, says the  London, News. For 50 years he 'con-,  tinued to execute Uie most beautiful  works of art; mostly in mosaics. It  is claimed ..hat every pieco of work  lie did was a masterpiece, and the two  rooms in" which he lived contain a  wonderful collection of beautiful-'objects. One., is a'black marble tablo  with chessboard in onyx, and somo  cups, ^glasses and bottles. So delicate  is the workmanship that, the saucers  are transparent. Eight years were  occupied'in the -fashioning of this  pieco of work. -  M. Fralss'ard's masterpiece took him  nearly threo times as long. It is a  black marble table. . In tho middle ,1s  a chessboard, on either-side of which  aro playing card -. arranged as fans,  On the tablo aro dominoes and dice,  cigars and * cigarettes and several  coins In gold and silver. - All these  are, of course, inlaid. Tho-materials  in the table besides the blaqk marble,  are agate, onyx, porphry.'malchite and  lapis lazuli, tlio tones of- wliich are  black, red, orange, blue and white.  Ninety'different kinds of marble were  also? used.  In the old man's lodgings thero are  dozens of mosaics, opal cups; chandeliers and inkstands, inlaid In all sorts  of stones.- Fifty years 'of overwork,  however; brought on a paralytic seiz-  .ure,_nhdj,fQiv,,tyLO_5^jirs^ieM^d_becn  helpless., He would never tpart ,with"  any of his works, no matter what price  was offered him.   : "     ,  -'  ���������Minard's  Liniment  Cure:   Diphtheria  A youthful Canadian, who is possessed of he romantic ide;-. of going  to sea, is meeting with much parental  opposition,  The sailor never amounts to anything, vy boy, urged his prosaic father. " He works hard, has fow holidays and never achloves great success,  That's1 whe:0 you're- mistaken, exclaimed young, Canada, triumphantly,  Look at King George! Ho started  out as a sailor tand now he's got to  be tho head ot the empire.  Water at Hand In Desert Place  .The phraso nbout making the do-  sert blossom as the roso is rather  hnrdworked ln .these days,-- for tho  old prophecy ls truly coming to pass  in a'literal way which is very significant. In Now Mexico, for examplo  a certain valley ls roportod to be a  top of n:i underground sea of excellent  fresh water. ..This reservoir mny bo  tapped without over exhausting the  Biipply. Tho water has boon analyzed and found to bo tho purest body  of. water in tbo country, and 200  pumps nlrendyv at work (horo, drawing from 200 to 2,000 gallons a minute, are making rosoa���������or at nny  rato mar.voloiw fruits nnd vegetables  ���������grow where wero boforo only sand  and dficourngcd cactus. Plowing and  Irrigation is carried on overy week  in tho ye.nr and In most of tho gardens vegetable, grow all tho year  round.  Mrs. Flint camo for a visit to lior  nlBler'n home, and hor littlo nlnco  Charlotte, wns delighted to boo hor,  Wlint beennio of tlio lilnclc kitten  that you luul when I was horo boforo?  aalioft Mrn. Flint  Why, don't you know? asked Charlotte, much purprlfioil.  I haven't heard 11 word, replied thn  aunt,     Wns ho poisoned?  No, nia'nm said Cliurlotto  Drowned?  Oh, no,  Stolon?  No, lnrtr-nrt.  Hurt In any wny?  Np, ma'am.  Well, nald Mrs. Flint, 1 can't guoss,  dear,     What became of him?  Ho Browed Into a cat, unld Charlotte.  ��������������������������������� .11 _������������������-.- ||WI-I-������_HIIP���������  Insufferable  Bo yon hrui'o yonr onguBieiii'jiii with  him?  Yes.  What for?  IIo'b a conceited thliii., I elmply  ..���������...���������I..::'. Aa'vl blm  I novcr hoard lilm br.ng. What  niftltea you think lilm conceited?  All tlio time wo worn nngaged ho  novcr onoo \ilft mo that ho wan unworthy of my lovo.  ���������������_��������������������������� ������������������������������������ii mm im nt  Hia Manifold Aspect  Smnll Hoy���������Mummy, is lt really true  that tho de/ll 1ms liornn and a club  foot?  rho Mother���������All, my denr, /sometimes'tno devil nppcnrn In tho Bhapo  oof r. very hnndsomo and charmi.iT  younK mar..  Sn-.all Hoy fpltyliiKly)���������01i, v.iummy  J ycin'ro thinking of Cupid.'  Went Rlnht to lf  -, James Francis Dwyer, the Australian  novelist, tells the following story  about the Japanese. ' Dwyer began  as a reporter in Melbourne.  Japan sent a Warship on invitation  to Australia, said he, Wo were to  unveil a monument in a park In the  interior of Melbourne. The Japanese  sailors were to grace tlio occasion.  Not one of tho Japanese had ever  bee,n on. shoro thero before. When  the morning of the unveiling came  Molbouruo sent a mounted escort to  show the visitors the way to the park,  Tho escort wasn't needed. ' At the  head of the brown column marched  nn officer with his nose on a map, pinned, to a-bit of board.  He never looked up, said Dwyer.  Now and then'he'd glvo an'order'in  Japanese, and the column would wheel  to the left or right. Kind friends  would wave their bands at tho mounted escort, marching; proudly up tho  wrong street:, and tell them they had  lost, the city's guests.  Two or three times tliat performance was repeated. Then the mounted escort gavo it up Iu disgust. Tho  Jnpnneso went, to the park In tho interior of tho city straight ns a'pigeon  fllos to a hole in the barn, Afterwards Dwyer and, other reporters  measured the route and discovered  that tho Jnpnneso, guidod only by  their war map, had taken the short-,  est route to thoir destination through  a strango city.  - Every ten cent packet will  kill more flies than $8.00 .worth  of any sticky fly killer. Refuse  substitutes, which are most  unsatisfactory. ,  %  '���������w  Ideals  No matter what tack we re.id, something within ur lifts   us   abovo   that  book; wo must press on.   No masterpiece in any art is a measure of what '  thero is In any one of us.     Wo are  forever ..siting the pictures that have  never been painted.   Wo see. statues'  uiu-uarried, yet In the marble or lJa>*-  os.     Our ears listen for muue thai ���������  hts never .-cached human instruments.  Our eyes vaguely make out temples"  that have never been. built.   In his  hands lie tho books, that havo never  been written,     It is thus with human  spirit in the arts.     It cannot long fold  its wings upon its own masterpieces;  it rests there awhile, thei   must fly  on.     Thus all achievement is but a  small part of vhat  man  drives  to '  achieve;  and thus the    old    always  le*,ves'the young something to do.  Minard's. Llnl:.ient Curen Colds, Etc..  Reviving the Frozen",'  Professor- Bakhmetieff, ?of .'Moscow.  University, has proved-that animals  may be frozen alive'-and .then.: resuscitated without the slightest liarm.-  .Tho  first' experiments   were   made  with cold-blooded animals and-insects.  Butterflies were enclosed iri a vessel   ���������  containing air at a temperature of minus 23 degrees centigrade.   The body  fluid- immediately froze hard, all vital'  actions ceased,"and in.ordinary plu..:-  eoIoRy, th-- butterflies were.'frozen tg..  death. M,  Professor Bakhmetieff soon discov- ~"  ered, however, tliat-by slow, and careful warming they could be restored to ���������  life at any time before "the body tein-  peraturo had fallen below minus 10 degrees    centigrade.       Further     tos' -.  showed that  when  the  resuscitation-  process was-begun at a body temperature of minus 4 1-2 degrees centigrade ���������  recovery, was Quickest and most complete. ,     ....       -.."'  The next stage was the' repetition  of  the  experiment on  warm-blooded  ���������  Minlmals^and-cnmiammals.     Two nun-  r-l  M  -&���������*  !  ii  V]  ���������ll  F ,  dred tests in all were made and .-.early .all-'succeeded. .Bats were refrigerated and kept dead for many weeks,'  and then completely restored.- ���������  _ No child should bo allowed tj suffer  an hour from worm.'- 'when prompt'  relief can bo got in a? simple 'uiit  strong remedy���������Motho:* Graves' Worm  Extermi.na-'.oi*. >  Beoet by.Awful Dangers  Our friend Tom recently mnrrled,  IIIb bride, being from tho Pacific const  whoro thunderstorms aro raro and  gentle, becamo terrl/loil when a gen-  ulno eastern rip-roarer broko loose,  and sho sought safety ln a closot.  Presontly came a scrcnm from her  placo of rofugo,   ���������  What's lho mnttor? Inquired her  husband?  Oh, Tom, flhn niiHWcrod, half crying,  half laughing, I'm afraid to como out  becauso ,of tlio lightning, nnd I'm  afraid to otny in hero becauso thoro'a  a mouso.  A young Phlladelphlan who had -. e- -  cided that-his somewhat extravagant  spouse ought to keep an account bf her'  expenditures, camo to her, c.ie day,  with a neat account book, prettily  bound.'  Now, Suzanne,-he siMd, I want you  to put doSvvi on this,Bide of the book  the monoy I givo you for tlio-household expenses, and on th. other a  statement of how lt goes. In'a coiiplu  of ���������'oeks I'll give you 'another supply  of money.  Spznnno took the book and promised  to follow instructions.  ' Two weeks later hubby called for  tho book.  Oh, I havo kept it all right', suld Suzanne.     Horo it ls. -     ��������� '  On one png& wns written: Received  from Dick ,$100, and on Lho opposite  side was tho comprehensive statement,  spent it nil.  Vi  The admiration   entertained   by   a  Trenton boy for his uncle Includes nil  tho Inttor'b attributes and even pris--  BesBlono which tho uncle hlmiiolf is not  wont to deem desirable.  Uncle, snid tho lad ono day aftor ho  bad -Hjon studying his uncle In laughing conversation with lils fathor, I  don't caro much for plain tooth llki*  mine. I wlfd. I had somo copper-Lord,  i-iics llko yours,  liavo you nny hot water in your  houso?  Have 1? My dear boy, I nm novcr  out ol it.  Too Soon to Judge  A goutlciiiiin wns sorely om of pa*  IJonco by nomo blunder of lils new  groom.  Lcinb here, ho cried, ln I.'.j nngcr, T  won't havo things dono In this wny!-  Do yon think I am a fool?  ���������  l-Shuro,' sorr, Bald tho groom,     Ol  can't sny, sorr,     OI only camo hero  yoHtcrtlny,  No Let up  Bhe���������T. tell you, sir, that we women  will novor rest until wo got tho, vote,  Ilo���������I know; and thnt Isi'.'t lho  worst of lt���������-you won't lot us men rest  either.  Success depends largely upon  Good Health  In your race tor succe.fl don't loose right of Ihfl fne.t that, only  through good health cnn you attain huccobh. .-  Th������ tension you must necessarily plnco upon your ncrvop, and tho  (lacrlflco of proper exercise you havo to mako at time'u intuit bo  balanced in somo way,  Dr.  Pierced  Golden  Medical  Discovery   y  it th* balancing pototr���������a vitalizing power. It ncto on  tho fltomnch and orgnnB of digestion and nutrition, thus  purifylnff the blood nnd jdvlng -strength to the nervofl,  indirectly aiding the livor to perform Ita vory Important  work, ut, Piere*'* GoJden Medical Ditcovttry has boon  meceisful for n generation as a tonic ond body builder.  Bold by mndiclnfl dealers In liquid or tablet form���������',  trial box of '.Tablet*" mailed on receipt of 60 one*  eent Btampi^'  I. in ffillni--,6nl*~write Dr. Ft. V. Pieirce't  ��������� fucuUy tt Invalid,' Hotel, Buffalo, New York.  ���������v  DR. PIFRCF'S GREAT  FAMILY DOCTOR BOOK,  Th������ P������������pU't Common  &Mi<iM6(llcftJ AtMier  ���������ntwlv ravbed tip>U>������  d������lo ullUon-of fooa  pk|������i, tniwm baiti  at _o|le������t������ qu-*U-M  -which taatf womtn.  tla.lt grnMtTli>(I|Oi>HM  to know. Sent FREE  In.cloth blndlni la any  MdrMi en l������calpt of  60bn*-c*nt itampi. U>  ee-������r eo-l of wrappiM  tad mtAlla* ���������nlr. -rr*  ���������TT"  jmrase com?mm_v  NOTICE is ha'rehy-Riveii tlu 4, upph-  , cation wili he ma������lo to thi Suponiit-j-d-  'fiut'oC Pmviitci.tl Polioo,  Victoi in Eur u  ,   license,to eell liijuor -by  wholes nie upou  'thopie-.jMiessitmt.-(Ion L'.tO, KbeklC,  ;',.!Du.i.b(bil_iid Townnito, Cumberland, U. C  : U.AL. MUSSATTO.Applib^.t;  D.-ted hia 1st d.<y _'f Oo'.obor 19i3.   .  ms**wttim*M  NOTIOK in hi-roliy given that on 'hoikst  d.������y of i) i j a')3r next application wtll bt  made to tho'SuperluteudrVt of Provii.oi.l  Police, Victoria, [������-r th. renewal of the no^  tol liuwnso to sell liquora* by retail iu tue  hol.l known e.a Uio l������irne hot-?j, situu-ud *t  Comox, B.O.   ���������      .Gi-iouon M. Baulow  DiU-d October 1, 19.18.  ��������� w-wwr��������� iwiiiiiiii._ji_i___L.jiii_W)iMiiia    i uwn im mi mm mrn, i.mii, Y. _  NOTICE is hereby given'.that on tbe  iir.si day of.November 191,3, application  will be'inade to, tlie Superintendent oi  Provincial Police; for a relic*, al of'the  ���������\vlule������a!e Ikju >r license upon ihe premises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nelson District-.-   "  .   I'll.SliNltK IJKBWING COMPANY;  D.ilcd October 1st, 1913  Union Steamship Go. of B.C.  -'     THE S.S. COWIGUAN WILL SAtiY AS UNDEft    ��������� .,  -NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND^UNEON BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ��������� ���������   - Leavo Vancouver, Monday, at H p. in.   '  .Arrive Nanaimo,-at 11.3p p, 111:  ~ Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 0 a. m.    . Loavc Tuostiny noon',   -  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. 111,     Leavo Tuesday, 11 a.[in.   ,  -, Leavo Nanaimo 0 p. in. Tuesday.   Arrivo Vancouver .11.30*p.m;  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo, -" 11 30' p. m  Anive Union,Bay, Sunday 6a'?in, Depart*5 p m.,  Arrive Comox, Suuday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice...  -^������^������sx5)i^^������������������s>s>^5>c vsmsmm&s/sfs^mfs^ym^ m^y&������������������������������&������mmv&  NoriOK in hereby-^ivon 1 lint on tho  fir������t (by of December next npplit.-atoiijnill  bo mude'to th. Snpo iuUmd-'nt nf Proviu-  cial. I'olioo, Vjot'iiid. fur n ivmivwd of the  Jb itei l-.onso t j aeli lii_u.ir_ by rotul in  tlio hotol knowu iu the Union hotel, fiit-  unto nt Ui.i-m.li.U. tJoun N, MeLiioii  Da  d the Ist day A Octob-.-r,'' 1913  wn-W_-WMW-W-Mrr_iTTi-Minnw_wiiMiwi-^iiiiwii-ii-iii-W-_WMBi__aji_^  NOTICE id lior. liy ������iv n .that on tl-.o  iirat duy of 1) oeiuboi* next,upphc-tou will  bo 1u.1d-.to.hu SiiLieriittaiidant of Provincial  - Polioo, ViotoriJ, fur the roaowal of. tho hotel lioenw 10 sell liquors hy retail' in ,,tho  , hotel known as Uio ltv.rddu hotel, ������Litu-i ce  kt Courtenay, B. Or 0. 11? Fkuiinhk-  D .ted Oatoot-r I, 1013.  NOTICK is-noroby givon that on tho"  flrut dayof D< cemK-iyiext aj-plicatimyiil  . be made to the Suyoriclen-lont of Pr..vin-  tinl P.-licfl, Vi���������ti)iin,'for th'eror-.Ort-ttlof the  " hotel license to sdl liqiiurs by lOtailiu tho  hot-1 kiu w���������: as the Wil.-oa hot.], .situated  at Uuo-i Bay B.C.  ..-   Ai.ritr.r) HiPiiR.HoHN'E  Dated October]/11)13.  NOTICE is hereby given tnat on. the  firat day ot December w-xl applicutiori will  ba raixln to the Suporiktondeut af Provincial Police, Victoria, for tho renewal of tht!  houl llcou-o to sail liqiio.s hy retail 1.1 tlie  .ho'^l kni������;vn as the No.hon hotel, situVod  at Unioii l$iiy,,B.G. Jon.\ Fra.skh.J  Dafc-vl Oitolxsr I.s:. 1013!   ,  -BSSAKUTO-  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev������iry' convcuionro-.or guests.-  ���������  The Osntial Hotel'for Sportsmen  ���������ft~--' ."'':"'''���������-      ������������������ '  None but'lhc*. Best of Wines and Liquors  at llie liar, v -    ���������  RATES,       /REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  BtBB^rte^ttMamam^**- maiaa*w.muiiiut^iiii.vm\t***^amM**am**nmmaami  NOTICE.  To whom it may concern:���������-  ThU is to notify the public  that all freight charges on. bonded goods cleared at Union Bay  for tlie Comox Valley must be  paid before floods can be forward  ed. By order  Cauadian Collieries Duiismvuv]  Co.  ,1  11  v.  ���������A  A  WATEU   NOTICE.  NOTICK is .hereby giveu tliat  W. 0. Weeks and U. Dunull of  Vancouver, B. 0������, will apply for  a license to take nud use one cubic, foot of water out of Conger  Greek, which flows in a Northeasterly direction Ihrough, Lot 48  Newcastle Dintrict and empties  into Fanny Bay. Tho water  will be divertfd at the Government Road mid will be used  for Hiiuiufacluriug" purposes on  the laud described ns N. IC portion of b>t 48.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 25th day of August 1913. The application will  be filed iu the olliee of the Water Recorder ,l-; Nanaimo.. Objections may be filed with the  said Water Recorder, or with  the Comptroller of water tights,  Parliament lUiildings, Victoria,  B. 0.  W, 0. Wkwks.  13. Dl'niiu  Applicant-.  DBINK  The purest and .best BICKR, aud  made in Cumberland.  12 ������#11  JAN.   McLEOD       _?_302?_3iE3X.ir.'  English 4 x BUItTON always on tap '    also, tho famous M1LWAUK.EU  BEElt*>���������Anlieiuer,' Bohumian, Hihltz.'&o.-      "OLD GREY BEARD"  ,     SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  Tho tloarding and Lodging l),'$)Krtmeiit. under tlie immediate supenntendenoe  will bj rou..d First olnSii in every refjjeut.-  SHADES-IN  ;"'  A.  -1'  ^?"'  ���������*���������  vfc-  JS  lr.'.  ' *���������  ATE8,  L������??T3MW!WiS?������������5������*  q>X 00 per day upw  ^ offer   you,  a safe .and   sound    investment . with" a  good return on ycur money as well'��������� as an enhanc-  ,   ed value  from now on. '_'���������"."  A Company with   NoPld.vi )tiovShares.. ?- ���������'  ACcmpanywith     /:.   ( v r fiscal agency/'  A Company   that will look foldy to  the well fa re.  -, th  of its shareholders.    Shares, are now -sellins: at $1  ' ���������*���������   vfor all   cash,   or-  on   the^. easy   instalment   plan.  Qa.ll oi. send fon- a Prospectus, to-day  Ov,  (*l   ;  ���������>w  Ol1  (in  "%  <Ji  ���������rewers  Better,  Cheaper Than1 Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd;  Distributors  ^ " ��������� NANAIMO,' B. C.  I The ' Mer cant iie  General.   Agency/ 'Ltd.  I     Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co.., Ltdo;  (il      '..'"'������������������ ' " ' ���������''''-.,������.���������  "   ' ]- ��������� "     ,  -Head  offices: '"* ���������   -  ' '.  $ '   '  ' ������ '   ' ., ���������  ������ 207,20.8'; 209 Union Bank Building/.Coruer View and Gov't,  Streets,  Victoria.-B.C.  di . -'    -'  :���������   A. !__._ _. -'- "."  '   ' ., la L_  C^ PhouV 3243' "���������"   ,. ' '   . '   Geo. jLlibott,;RIaH8giug~DirecTor,  /������.'��������� ���������  &  i  s>i ���������*  %'  <?.  t  ���������$>  <y  (9  (<���������)  $: -  .. '������*  i^i  '&  **������  ip  Little, cubes bf metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the peoplo think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS,  ��������� "Nuff Said." ���������  ,.    "We Build Homes and Make ��������� Loans," / .  I  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42,  NOTICE Tij hereby������pivec Ihnl  on thy 1st day of Decenilicr r.ext,  nppl'.cation will he mado to the  Superintendent of Provincial pnl  ice for ft license for ihe Pale of  liquor, by wholuaalo in ancl upon  llie pr������raiHOfl sit.iatcd in (he (own  of Courtenay, IJ. C, known ant'  dcsciibed ua Loib 30 tind 131, S?ec-  1 ion 01.  Daiqd thia 1 ith day of Oc.ober  191 :<.     "  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.'  John Mdrocchi, MiuuiRor  Applicant  *%  :i  : ENTICED OR STIUYED-A  J.oivey lloifor frmn Rrnwu'-a Ranch  Jlinto, ono your old, t:������-irked (lurk  brow iii nu l u nil murk on tip of  iljjht c:ir. Informant rcwanlod.  Mrs. 0, Brown, Muryport Avenuo,  CJi)i;jl>prJ.ind.  ���������'NOTIOK  tmmatm  Any porson or porsone, cuttino1,  removing or taking any ljlbekf,  titnbor or wood, of any diwii'Tptiodn  )olonging to tlm Wellington Col-  dory Oo'y., or from or off lho lnnd  of tho -snid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywliero upon the company'h  lnnd will bo prosouutod to tlio full  u.stoiit of tho luw,  W. L. COULSON,  Cionoml -danngor,  Co lliury Co,y,  novum. ,  Ridiiifs on Inoon'i'olivoH and rail  way cars of tho Union Holliory  Company hy any porson or per-  3or)8-~oxcept lain 01 ������w���������i������J alrictly  prohibited. lCmploycc-3 r.ro suh*  ice I'u'IifwilsHiil for allowing Bum-  Ry order  W. I,  COULSON,  Gcnernl Manager.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Seel ion 4'2.  NOTICE ia hoioliy Riven Ihai,  on the,1st day of Dewmhor next,  Hpjdication will ho mndo to the  Hupo iutoiideiH of 1'rovinoial Pnh  ico for renewal of lho hotol lict.-nec  lo Kcll liquor hy retail in the hoe'  known aa tno MuhiP|,ina llnlul.  ni'.uato nt Lund, in lho Province of  Briiish Coluinhiii.  ���������   Dated this 8ih day of Octohnr,  1013,  FRED THULIN  Applicant  Violin Strings, Tnlkinj? nm-  chinoneedles and Victor Records  for snlc at iho New* oflice.  Don't   forget   to   place   your  next order for printing with us.  LinnnR \<v\\ i������in.  f ection -12.  gXT OLD NEWSPAPEHri KOU i  SALE. AT THIS OFFICE .j&\1  ^jfy---  r.iVF. us vour nk:;t ou  JJ1JK.   l''OK JOi.   J'RJNTINO.j  NOTICE h hoiehy glvon  that,  nn tho let day of  Docemhor next,  iH'iOlfnll'in   v'!)l   lc   ni i'i'1   10   tlif'  rinporinlendcnt of  Ptovinciil Pol-  co for rom'W'il of thn hoNd Lwiu'c  0 boII lUiui))' liy lottiil in tl.e lio A  known um Iho Willow Hold, riiu-  .1 to tit, Ojinipl cil ll'ivc", in 1 he Province of Itriti.il) 0 'lumhi 1.  Iht"d  this tJih dny ot October,  niui.  CHARLES THULIN  Applicant  ADVERTISEMENT.  NOTICE ie hereby given thai nn  Action has heen raised ngain_l the  Prudential A-pnr.ince Company  Liir.itpd, 71 Renfield Street, UIub  eow, for ]-aymeut of the piim of  ������131, beiiiR the proceeds' of the  Policy No. 'l-STSlG wiih pnid Com  pffn'y on iho L'fu of .Ldin Jack, 97  Lan-uhuuls Road, Govan, Glasgow,  and thut the Sheriff of Ih" County  of Lanark, Seo'lind, ha-8 ordered  advertisement of notice of Find ae-  .ion by interlocutor, as follow.: ���������  Glasgow,  li)ih' ricptomlipr, 1913.  Holds the fund correctly stated in  iho Petition, and   in   TO'ppcl  the  PurtHicrs   and     i-Jominal   Riil-aerH  liavo   coupigncd  tie fund  in th**  hai-d-s cf tho CU-! ic of Court Exon  orH and disfduir������e,i thom  of    r.i I  chums in lho   action,    Appoint  iniimnlion of   lho   Action   lo   he  miuKi liy AdvcrM'-oinoiH puhliHhed  onco in a Newpp'ipvr circiilniin/; in  Cuinherliind,    Vancouver   Ii-litnd,  IJriilHh Columhiii, Caniidu, and ap-  p ini-a elaininiita in  tlm  fund  lo  lodjjo'heir clniirirn wiih tho Clerk  of Coun within ono month from  tho date uf m;i;h adverti.omiuit, and  eendu thp  cafe  to tho adjustment  roll of loth Novanibor 1 ext.  (Sig.vd)  W. (1. k'corr MoNonrni-'j'  Am:ni) .MqMahtin,  A truo copy. S.C.D.  In terniB thereof notico iw hoivhy  Riven of naid notion and if -said in-  liivLcr * ^>r.  i.o\vnim,p ;- r]_>;wtci:  28 Rath Stroot, GhiHROW, Solicit-  nip for Ri-til Ruikor.  NOTICE in hereby given that at tiio  noxt mfeetiiig of 'Ik1 Bo'tnl c! i.ico.-:" C -.  miaiiioiiPrs ot lh>: City of - iiii:l.> -rlciiii, 1  i tmid to ai'i'ly for a rene* id oi t.ho A .  el licenses hold by ine for, ibe V"iv :,';,  Ilo el, (.ituatod on lot 2, Woo'; it, Ciuubi-r-  land Townoito.  PUAKK DALLOS.  Dr,tcd thin 29lh d-yof Ont,. 1'Ji;).'  Notice is   hfcieljy yivuii    tlui   :u   the  nox:t iiicctiiiLr of the  Hoard uf Liceu.'ft "  Cotnmi-isioncru I inU-iul 10  apply for a  renewal of iho hold license tic-Id by  me  for tIu- New, lin(*land I Intel, sf.-.i.-.tf-d on.,  block 3, lot 3, Cuir.l-etl.inA Townhilc  ,'    JOKE I'I I WA I. Kills'  Dated Oct, ?qi1i, kji*,  NOTICK i-i hvi-cby ']\vi:,; tinu .���������*. l!'.u  next m celi on of "the Hand of Ua-usc  Coinmission_i-s of iho City of Cinnb--',  land, I intend 'o ap|Jy fur :i renewal i,f  the hotel licens-i held hy mc for lhe  "Kin>: lieorj-c" Hotel, sitiuiiucl on lot o,  block  '/, Cumberland Townsite,  VICTOR BON'OKA  Dated litis 2911-1 day oi' Oit��������� I';.,>.  NOTIOK U ln-rdiy pivun Onl ill the  joxl, m-fittiip of the Hnnid A .'. a-u.so  lJ()iniiiirtsio:,ci-H cf'lho tJilv of (.'innbir.  ltiiiJ, I ininnd l'j an ly for 1. icntw-i! ��������� '. V- ���������  ",'lioUniilc lioiior lu-.-iivid liold l.y no, (it-  niitfid on lui ll!, bloc'- ii, CinalwilMid  r������tt'n.-.ilo.  JOdN MAHOCOlll  Dated iir'H2!)Hi diy of Out., Jl>.:i.  IMniu'oi (-v S*vwai1(l.  TAKKNOTICIC tbit Ohmlo* l'l-nn'v cf  V.u:������ iiivi-r, It (A ('((uiipaM'in eotitraeiM-,  int. nd-t to "p|ly It uurim-Mou ta pur-  (.������!iHHa ilii',fiitl<������. iii[( dmoiili-d land';���������  ('iiiniiiii ii'Mit it  it  l-"-*t  t>tKili.'i  at   tl>  S mill O-lH'. ("iM!   1 of   lot fi'/S, ill 0  (1; Wl'Rt  'IvikImIiw -.- n'-i t" A-h HiJ ch.dim, >l.������-t ci-  i-nri iu ij'niii. - iii'-i -; -iior h -S ��������� ������*->.������tiiH I"  |inint <f (���������otii'i.i-i.-'.iiiciit cmililiiii", !i!2')  iie,"h 111010   ur Jt.a.  Tv'OTK'l-: jh l ln'rc'.y ti\.������i ''tit A 'Aa  next ircflinj. if tiie llourd o> hiiuntj  Coiii'id'-ii'onun of tin '-'ily   ������������������* '"   )< r.  lnii-I, 1 ii.tcndi- r-vi-Iy for a ������������������' u.-v.- oi  iho, wlio1<fulu liquor lice: tv b.H 1 v i.PIj  on liloele lli, lot 0, Ciiiiilvrlund T-iu-jicuo.  ClAhl MlJ*iATTO.  Dated tlu������ 20th'Jay uf t.).-l��������� 1010  ���������uilt-Ji. ii iuH,.ii,������ i^ooi: lu il iv li.-  ii- ...' ������������������.ivAiiif; ft l''c !������<i .,. ��������� I l,,i.-.i< L\ tr,.  niiibio.KirH of lii'i Oily of I'uii.lk'iki. . 1  1,tend to npp y for .1 i-mr-wii! t.f llu* )i,,t.  nl li.-ei'iio liiilii bv tno for il.c ."���������iiiil'r-rlr.ixj  linu.'.. i-itiml-d oi.In'. 1, I'.-t"- i>, ('it'". '-.  In ml lo un'i'i;,  WILLIAM Mi-.'.lKlMi:i.D.  Piitoil f ii* 2l������th ilny ������f Oe,-., :oi:>.  <ir. V'Mlilii, -������������������"!/���������! 1, n.i   '!���������.���������',    i'.-*. ...  niHut'-iry, ������S.jfiwiJ ih'n:i    ,1, f'.mi.-. '    . ���������"'  wiior.'Uft.vm1. J'fittit of A'-iimer hrrr-,  _ -        j'ni-i-?l i.i'-'!)')';. nlitdirl-..   (ii- .j:ij_<ii   .    .  v.i.i nn..  I .It l-/f I1, rtpi.'.rl.i.'������r ii'ttili.l it.  Cll.Wll.m I'l.'.'.-.'.V j \rnuA,,; '.   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In view of tho startling facts which have been proven  by. scientific investigation, it is important that everyone should take a  hand in exterminating that dangerous  insect.  ,- Tho Kevms of typhoid fever, tuberculosis, infantile enteritis, cholera and  infantile paralysis are carried from  place to place hy the house fly. It  ���������uan carry a million or more germs on  ���������iit feet. ?It broods in filth, lives on  Situ and carries on its sticky legs and  J.-el and mouth tlie germs from the  filthiest Places to-our clean houses  aud clean food.  ���������  The fenialo broods over 600 million  offspcini in a. season, and out of that  number 8 million live to carry on tho  deadly work. 10 million dollars are  spent every year in Bcrecns, and with  a much less expenditure of money and  energy the dangorous fly could be  ile-.troycd .nd'the spread of so many  ���������diseases prevented,  It is a fact vouched for by authorities lhat more soldiers vere hilled  during tho- Spanish-American war by  (lies than by Spanish bullets.  Scientists Declare' Them    Harmless,  Though to Negroes They are a  Terror  Louisiana, and Avery's Island in  particular, produces the largest water  snakes found on the American continent, and is the home of the noted  horn snake, the dread of tho plantation darky and the theme of his most  wonderful tales. ���������   .  ��������� As a result of the 'find' by scientists, the'New York Zoological "Gardens haye sent to' E. A. Mclnhenny for  a number of tho water snakes for ex-  hlb'i.ti.on in their, snake department,  and" Mr. Mcllhenny is going to send  theni, 'a slagniappe, a good sample of  the horn snake, which he caught while  projecting aroutid for the water  snakes.  ..;.7ust whjAthe water snakes should  grow "to' tlio, immense size that thoy  do in this particular localify-'ls a mystery, and grow they do, as specimens  four feet nnd over in length and from  three to four inches in diameter have  been captured for the New York Zoo.  They are non-venomous and subsist  mostly on fish and the young birds  which have fallen out of nests and  into or hear the wator. Great sluggish things they' appear while lying  asleep iu the sim on the mud banks  near the water's edge, but let them  get into the water and afte:- tha minnows and small fish which comprise  their food and their sluggishness disappears immediately 'end their speed  and agility are wonderful. ���������  The horn snake has for years been  the subject, of legends galore among  the members of the negro race, especially in, the south, and by these  people it is invested with an amount  of wonderful and , terrible qualities  that make it, feared abovo all' other  varieties. Imagination is necessary  to furnish even the slightest foundation for many of these stories.  Growing to immense size, .according  to tlie folk lore, the horn snake carries destruction to man, beast or vegetation that it strikes with the horn  it carries at the end of its tail, and  according' to the negroes will sometimes kill even grown trees when it  becomes angered by stinging thom.  The tree stung is said to wither and  die immediately after the deadly weapon has entered its bark,  It.A3 presumed also that the horn  snake has had a great deal to do with  the fantastic tales of the hoop snake  of the darkies, which is said to take  its tail in its mc-.th and roll downhill  or along the ground toward the object  of its attack, and upon reaching it to  unwind suddenly, and strike with the  sting at the end of its tail.  Jn reality ti a horn snake is a very  ordinary looking reptile, the average  ���������being-from-2-to-2-l--2-reeUn_!ength���������oL  a dark brown or bronze color on the  back, and. with the underside striped  with red, like that of the red-banded  water snake. The head ��������� is rounded  and lacks entirely- the arrowhead  shape possessed by'nearly all of the  venomous snakes. The body is rather slender, and its tail terminates in  a sharply pointed sting or horn of .dark  color and very hard. It is this horn  which has given rise to all of the stories concerning the species, ',  That the horn snake is harmless  like the water snakes was proved by  Mr. Mcllhenny, who reached into, the  tank in which the horn snako and perhaps a dozej of the big water snakes  were confined and lifted them'out unceremoniously. ��������� Little care-was taken to prevent a bite, though the big  wriggling fellows twisted in his hands  while several negroes standing nearby  gave signs of readiness for instant  flight should the terrible horner get  away,  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  Cm quickly be overcome by A,'  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ���������������ct iiuely and  gently on tlie  liver. Cuie  Biliouinea,  Headache,  Dizzi-  ttttt, and Indigestion.    They do their duty.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Pric*.  genuine must bear, Signature  Rellevco Aatnma at Little Expense.  TliouHcti.dH of dollars have been .vainly  spent upon remedies for asthma and  seldom,-if ever, with any relief. ,Dr.  ,'f, IX Kollogu's Afiflitim Hemedy, despite Its iisHurnncp of benefit, costs to  Jlttlo that It Is within reach of all. It  It, lhe national remedy for as-thinn, far  rumovoft from tho clawi of doubtful  ��������� ai-d c-xpoi-iiiiPiilal preparations. Youv  ileulor can -supply it,  lilrt. Gramoicy���������-When [ man-led  you I thought you'ii sown your wild  oats,  Urninc-rey���������Wlrii nil your money,  my dear, It would hnvo been n tsluimo  not io start another crop,  Let 'Em Qo  Flrut Troop..* Imperlnl Yeomanry  fdlmusfiliij- n new oflkc.')���������Swcni'u a  bit, don't '(.', oometlmoB?  '���������iei.'ontl Troopor���������K's a mtiBtfrplecc  'o In, just. opeiiH 'Ih nioiuli and lets it.  sny wot it likoH,  flroeer���������-Wouldn't you lll.e- - somo  hor-am-mUsh?  Mrs. Newlywed���������Mercy ao) We  don't Keep tt horso!  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Garg.t  In  Cows  At a railway station in a smnll town  a solitary travolle.* was waiting for tho  day's' only train. Train time came  and wont, but no 'train, Uo wont  over to the station .master, an old  darky: Sny, when does today's train  got hore, anyway?  Oh, dnt train won't ba In for a long  llmo yet,  In a few minutes, however, a (rain  was seen crawling toward the station.  Thero comes Lho train! oxelnluod the  traveller, oxultnntly, to tho dorkoy.  Seems to mo you do-. I know your  business, if I'm not mistaken.  Say, mister, replied tho darky, I reckon you's n perfect nt ranger around  hero. Dat'������ yesterday's train, dat in,  Today's train won't be in ��������� 11 to-morrow.  Tho Lawyer Scores  Lawyer���������I sny, doctor, why are you  always running na lawyers down.  Doctor (dry'.,)���������Wei., your profession tloetin't mn lie iingols of mon, does  It?  Lawyer���������Why, no; you certuInly  have the iidviuunK- of ub there.  THE 'REDBEARDR'  Brigandare In Northern Manchuria  Commercial conditions in North  Manchuria during the year 1912, have  been far from satisfactory, says Mr.  Mr. A. E. Eastes, the British Acting  Consul at Harbin, in his report for  -3312. Even at this great distance from  the centres of the Chinese revolution  which broke out in the autumn of  1911, he says, its effect- have been  manifested in lessening the already  sufficiently vague and ��������� shadowy authority exercised by Chinese officialdom over the population.  ' A direct incentive was thus given  to lawless acts of brigandage, and  large numbers swelled the ranks of  the redoubtable Hunghulzu or red  beards who infested tlie countryside  and made a prosperous livelihood by  means of rapine and the holding for  ransom of ...rsons arid property. Such  terror did these men exercise that carriers refused to face the risk of the  road unless very highly paid, and the  prices commanded for t'-e hire,of their  services'and-vehlcles rose to one hundred and fifty per cent. In excess of  the nominal figure.  Tho natural result was that far  smaller quantities of cereals were obtainable than -had been anticipated,  and the local prices rose to an almost  prohibitive scale���������from ?15 to $20  per ton; failures' wore no. infrequent;  end the : *.ore substantial merchants  were in many cases only able to load  the vessels chartered to fulfil then-  forward contracts at a ��������� serious loss.  Instead of the anticipated large increase in the exports of soya beans  during the year 1912, f.or._the haulage  of which the Chinese Eastern Railway  hacAmade elaborate preparations, lhe  -value���������of��������� exports���������of_ihis_commo_dit,Y_  was actually only some 77 per cent,  of the figure, reached in 1911.  Prior to the end of 1912 the Chinese  took no steps to cope, with the state  of affairs; it is, however, satisfactory  to be ablo to report that at the time  of writing (April, 191S) efficient military measures of repression have been  carried out, and in the chief producing  centres within 100 ,miles radius of  Harbin _rder and safety to life and  property hive been restored.  Maxims for the Married  Never both be angry at the same  time:  Never taunt with past error.  Never allow a request to bo repeated.  Never meet without a loving welcome,  Let self-denial be the daily, practice  of each.-  Neglect everyone else, even tho  whole world,.' rather than each other.  Never let' the sun go down upon thy  grievance,  Nover sp:.ik loudly to each other,  unless tho houso Is on lire,  Never mnlce a'remark at tho other's  expenso���������It is a meanness.  Never fuss ovor what might liavo  been, but mak.  the most of what Is.  Never part for tho day without n  lr-vlng or gentle word to think of during absence.  Nover mind fault unless it ii perfect'  ly certain a fault has L'een committed,  and always speak lovingly,  How Disappointing  C'nptnin Vivian Locket, at tho din  nor to the defeated English polo team  lust month, said in answer to u tonst:  Hut after all, there's nlwnys something phamoful nnd ridiculous about  defeat. Gloss It. ovor as wo will, do-  feat Is always absurd.  Defeat reminds mo of the foreigner  who mild to iho American sirl:  All, denr young Indy, dor.J Irs only  vim vort In de English ltnigulteh to  (lpfierlbo youi' beauty.  Yen, yes, snid the girl, with nn expectant and oneoiirnfiliiK Hinllo.  And unforluiinlely, the foreigner  roncliided, I hnf forgotten vnt de vort  in ti.  Kmiik E. Knielst'ii, former school  Inspector, tells thin incident of a vis-  It to a frlond lit u western city: I  met on the street one day tlio little  daughter of rtn ncaunlnlnnco. I  knew sho was supposed to bo In  school nnd nsked why she wns nol,  Oh, alio said, they sent ua home  bcriuiHC our leacher In nick.  llnnn'l. uho ii, nubstllntc? I nslced.  No, sir, fihe snkl very naively; oho  . I    I -    1, ran A i lilt li  Casting Shadows Before  South Sea Islanders, in Captain  Cook's day, believed that when they  fed on.an enemy his courage found its  way into their hearts. We may  smile at a notion so crude; Two  hundred years ago, and more, South  American Indians began relieving ,the  pangs of indigestion by calin;.; . the  stomachs of ostriches. * Wu may imagine them removing from those'organs any residum of nails, of doorknob., which might remain there. For  a loiig timo this rude remedy wus  laughed at by Spaniards and Englishmen. Today, throughout the world,  pepsin takes its pleco among the  .trustworthy resources ' of pharmacy  and this pepsin is prepared from the  stomachs, not of ostriches?, but of  swine~^-bravely competitive with ostriches in feats of .digestion.  Nutrition, which'follow, upon' digestion, seems to a_epeud upon tho thyroid gland, conspicuous in tho human  throat as Adam's apple. When one  of the lower animals suffers the removal of Ils thyroid gland, nutrition is  at once seriously disturbed.' If the  poor brute under experiment has  pieces of fresh gland grafted b>noath  its skin,"the derangement of nutrition  is forthwith checked. ' An extract  from such a gland sez-'es just as well.  A singular fact is that thyroid glands  in healthy and mature animals contain more lodino than does any other  tissue; and the activity of a gland as  a remedy is in proportion to the iodine  it contans. . Why,, nobody,knows as  yet, But knowledge, though incomplete, may have great value as far as  it'goes. In some parts of Europe, especially in Switzerland and Northern  Italy, the deformity known as cretinism, afflicts wide districts. This and  allied diseases of imperfect nutrition  are accompanied by thyroid glands  either withered or undeveloped ' In  such cases welcome relic? follows upon the administration of thyroid extract; its par.ticles seem to fly to the  places where they, find slniila'.* particles, much as iron filings, speed lo  the magnet swayed above them.  Other glands, in. elaborate tests, are  proving to be.equally helpHcl to physicians. Take, for example, those  borne immediately abov- the kidney.  They yield a preparation called adrenalin. This powerfully closes ' the  smaller blood-vessels, so that At arrests bleeding, which unchecked;  might threaten death. Its uses are  goldtn in many sovete surgical operations. 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Minard's Liniment Cures Dlstempet  ""-How  Rockofdler Got His Start .  When I was ton years old I had succeed e d���������i a���������c arn in g���������s o mo~m orre y.���������-���������I t-  ���������\vas $50. I loaned it to a'neig'hbor at;  7 per cent, 'interest. In a year the'  money earned me $3.50. From that  time onward I determined to make  money work for mo. ��������� ,   ���������  So writes John Davison Rockefeller  who began to make a living almost as  soon as he could work. At 10 he  was earning 37 cents a day hoeing  a neighbor's potato fields. In 1853,  wheu he was 14, he loft his Tioga  County, N.Y., birthplace for Cleveland.  There he got a ,i ,b as oflic. boy. Later he became a clork; then cashier and  bookkeeper for a mercantile houso. 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Yob, she used our telephone for a  full lialMiour,  <    "Kid Them How  A .oily group of travelling men ht.d  just got? comfortably settled in tho  hotel lobby when another knight of  the grip arrived.  Mighty glad tc sec' you fellows, he  exclaimed, enthusiastically, sliakh-j  hands all round.  Sorry we can'c say as much for you,  was handed hlni by one of the group.  Oh, you could, all right, if you.'d lie  like I Jo, replied the newcomer.,  ������ , i ������������������ ��������� ��������� - ���������������������������  Bobbie was I," the habit of running errands for an old gentleman next  door who never paid him except in  effusive thanks, Ho had just returned from tho third errand ono morning  and tho old gentleman, patting him  oi. the head, said:  Bobble, I am very much obliged to  you. ' You're a fine littlo follow.  Thank you, my boy, thank you.  Bobbie looked up In his face wJst-  fullv and apoloKotlcally replied:  Mr. Jonos, you don't know how I  wish I could thank you for something.    Mado His Getaway  She���������I wonder why thoy hung that  picturo?  Uo���������Perhaps thoy couldn't catch  the nr'tl&t.  Panama's Largest Ship        -<  The General Board of- tlio United.  States Navy has calculated that the  largest ship that could be built for  transit through the Panama Canal,  would cost $20,000,000 and would be  of theso dimensions: length 750 feet,  beam 100 feet, draught 28 feet C inches, displacement 38,000 tons, speed 23  knots, Tho largest battleship in tha.  U;S. navy at present-is 55-1 feet loug,  with a tonnage ot 26,000  Hope for the Chronic Dyspeptic���������  Through lack of consideration of the  body's r-e-eds many persons show disorders of tho digestive apparatus to endure urilll they become chronic,'filling  days and nights witli suffering. To  these a course of Parmelee's Vegetablo  Pills is * ������commended .is mire and  - speedy, way-tb regain henlth. These  pills aronBO -specially compounded to  combat dyspo. ilu and the many Ills  that ."ollbw In It. train, and they are  Biicct-ssful nlw..yn.  1   <i  J  A woman never p.dmlt.i that sha  was .wrong.  I don't know about lhat, replied Mr.  M-ckton. A number of thom seem  anxloua to prove that thoy showed  pretty poor judgment I,, f .loc'tlng bus-  'Lands.  Worth Keeping, Anyhow  Yon have 1.01110 n.-marUnblu paint-  JIK������.  Yon, replied Mrn. r'umrox. The art.  tlr-ftlcr mild ii.oy wore old mnstorfl, hut  ui i...  ...  ..>::,    -f ���������'"*'" '--."ii" no fund  at now.  GOc. ������ I ok or six boxes for" W.50,  at alt tioalcra, or Th* OiAAr, M/-.l|.  cine Compfr.y, Limited,    Toronto,  Gar-inch.   Hood'. Bit of Fun  An KhhIIbIi hi-or vciv'ov wro'o ovor  IiIh Khop door:  llfiii* Hold horo.  Tnni llnnft who tav. It, said It was  HlK-lh'd r!.{l)t.  Tlm dull'. tV mnn ko.IIh, JTootl ex-  i plained, ls h!<- own bruin.  What raabos you think hfl la a for-  Ap,n niibifiiiunV  J ovi-ilti-tird blm kay ho owr-'l evory-  thlnn to his wife  //   N   U. 965  I Not Half tuouuW  il    Kitty Tlicv   nay.  you  know,  that  ', low ni.iltf-;* rlr \v>rid ko rnund-  !    Marlf���������Mityln1: hut ll cannot make  I tlio eligible yoiuiK nun ro round.  Women and Public Welfare  When one Hi-os tho thlngn actually  done by American women fo." the pub-  Ih- wcihiro, nnd tho good things dono  hv Btatenmon under Ii.Hpirntion of women, lt la enty to te'i that tho nation  Ih fircfttly enriched by nuch co-operation In th������* peoplu-'fi business. It la  not. only In contrnHt wllh the record  of half a million of prop-rtv dentroy-  n,\   Ut,  anftmeotion     111     tll������l     IftHt     HlX  montliH In KiikIhikI, but it in Juh'iity  ndnur.ilim in itn-ii', .iti>* ������-i;..<< </.';.-.- <".  the HtvoiiKi-dt ut.-uinoiih oil thf- atllrm-  at'.vo of tlu- 'innatlon of polltlru! or-unl-  ity for women.���������nufiH'.,) Newu.  ������-*>r._,i_-.--ii-i���������        1���������1    n  \Mit\i Nnt Vivisect Him?  Is the young mau ull right wlm ia  Ktiing to marry your <laui;ht������*r'.'  I imvo overy reitHon to l:������-Ht������vo bo.  lie line Ih'oii r.tidlted hy the audit company, assayed by th<-> local clu-inlBt,  tested l������y Uio Htiito bucterlologlut, .u-  fffled by tho gmienlotflst .'i������.. HppralH-  oA by the mcdU-iil und um u_\������-u. .,i,m ot  the county hoiipltn..  I removed tlio b;iHk������.-t IVo.n ;*n old  baby huguy and ntilW-d . m-������������ra! boards  or shun iicrOhH tho- . ,\uo>, write* a  comrlliutor   to    V,:������v\   Hr-usi>kf-i'[iiriff.  i On w:mh diiyrf I put my cl >thf��������� has-  ) kt-t (.11 tl������*  bunny a'aA wl-rol it along  ��������� ������4 1 V-i.������ti,t i.;> ilu; ���������lv..i,w_ v.: ul.   tiitui  j down       I   "?:������u   hauj;  ������.���������  clntm-H   I.  I nb-rnl  half  the llm.'  It   us"-i.  I-i  trtU<*  [ir.-, and do n.������i h.������i.- i-i hvuft cn-r the  atmaa*  MAKE certain of complete success in your concrete work  by always using  Canada PoAnd Cement'  We are wpplying Canadian, farmers with llie ltighc.it qualify of Portland Cement it ii po������ibl_  for luimnn skill to make.  Wc have reduced the price of Canada Portland Cement until it it within your reach tor piaciicniiy  every purpoje.   It i������ the only building materi������l that������ not increaiing in coit. ������  s Be sure to ask for Canada  Cement, in bags.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  If *,,u hail W' rt.ti; r.J ,1 jrtr tipi tf" tt'hat t\t fjrmtr .A'.'l .h ';h;th C.tirrU," writ/ tar J/tJir.vtJtit*  l);):,i!uiml unJg(l tut,    It'i ,1 fimfh'tr}r,tctx.tlftiu-r-rtf firytfafrJlx.  I  >n^������<w.i������ ���������������> tf* Myyw  ^Yh&'&YY*J&i&L  iW&WMP&Wl^^  l-4B������t(_i'>������V..������������*,i-������i*l..,*S   .  _.������ ''ll
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We unhesitatingly
recommend Magic Baking
Powder as being the best, purest
and most healthful baking pow-
der that it is possible to produce,
All ingredients are plainly printed
on the label.
Already Discounted
Matrhnonlnl Agont���Just ono thing
more1; how old nro you?  -
Miss Singler���Twenty-soven years.'
. Agent���Oil, well, you can easily say
you are five years younger.
"Miss'Singler���Oh, I've done thac already.
���Just, think of  it,  Mrs: Brown haa
got  the  telephone  fl::sd.   I  wouldn't
have one.   ���
Why not?
You have to associate 'with everybody.
* n      Happy Speech,
A birthday gift war, given to a wife
by her husband and three children.
The youngest, a littlo ten-year-old,
was appointed to make the speech of
presentation. ;She did it after,much
preparation for the occasion, aud this
was lhe form it took:
Dear mamma, this gift is presented
to you by your three childr-r. and.one
husband. ���*
Suffered  for  Years���Tried  all   Kinds
of Treatment���Surprised at Results
���- From Dr. Chase's Ointmant.-
You can soon tell wlien people are
, enthusiastic about medical - treatment
by the language they uso, ' After ex-
perinienl.h-.i_- with all sorts   of   ointments in.a vain effort to obtain relief
astonislied at the quick and satisfactory-results obtained by the use qf Dr.
Chase's Ointment. " (>'
"It worked like-magic," sho writes.
Indeed, it is surprising the healing that
is often effected in a single night by
this great ointment. The stinging
ahd itching are relieved at once, and
curo is only a matter of time and patient treatment.
��� Mrs, Clements, l: Strango -street,
Toronto, Ont., writes: "I have suffered
from eczema i'or years, and after using all kinds of ointments, at last tried
Dr. Chase's Ointment. IL." -worked,
like magic and proved a Godsend to
me. I would advise anyone suffering
from eczema to try one box and I*a
convinced.", .60 cents a- box, all
dealers, or Ednmnson, Bates & Co.,
Limited, Toronto.        ,   .
A ' ��� ,'     -   "���
Mrs. Rlchqulck���John, I' wnnt.you
to buy a new parlor aul-t.
Mr. Rlehqulek���Marin, I havo been
agreeable enough so fnv to get different clothes for morning, noon
and night, bul. I am consnrned' if I
will chango the.-, every time I go
into ti different room.
She���There seems to bo a strango
nfllnlty boiweo-n a colored man and a
chick-n.     I wonder why?
He���-Naturally onotigh, Ono is descended from Ham and tho other from
Young Poet���Ah! Do you knew, darling, I can seo myself on tho plnnnclo
of fame!
Omen���Oh. George, don't lot mo
vfiUo you up.
An Oil TliT.. 13 Famous.-- Though
Canada wnn not tlu- birthplace of Dr.
Thomas' KcU'Cirlo Oil, It is tho homo
of that famous compound, ."rom hero
, its Rood namo was. nprond to Central
mid South America, tho West InrtlcH,
Australia nnd New Zealand. Tlmt Ir
far afield enoiul. lo nttost Its excel,-
knee, for h nil theso couutrlcH It Ih
rn mile inii' lu d't iniind.
Bettor Still
Iler Kiillio.���-Nave, you n fnmlly
Her Lover-No; but T have 10,000
neroH or pine timber In Wisconsin.
Uor Wither���Clrent! Have n drink,
n good clBur nnd tho girl!
Another Evil
Willis���I boo u follow iii New York
took oik $260,000 liiBuniiico on $.00
worth of goods.
Glllls���Tlmt'f nothing.   I J<now   n
I.r.    u,     fttlii'tt.l     iitiil    *.��**.!..      ^M|/,WUV     i.ii.'
ln��uvn<i(*f> on iv Wl rent V.tc
Th- Gypsy and his Way of Living
Real Romanies or Gypsies, are very
scarce in thi__, country _nd most of
tho people > who travel ancl pose as
gypsies here are either tramps or hybrids, the result of intermarriage of
lhe real gypsy with other race.. Gypsies are very .numerous in.'England!
but it is necessary to havo a- guide
if the visitors would liko to see them
in ..their fa-orite haunts. Of late
years, law, order and sanitary conditions have driven the Romanies into
secluded nooj"? ';y\ forest tingles, ln
such places cUi ue'seen tbe oval.roofed caravan, quite unlike .'the palatial
conveyance of would-be imitators or
show people. Here also can be
found the tents, which reminds one of
that vast throng of people, the Israelite's, who lived tlie gipsy life and were
tent dwellers. In the-camp the elder
gypsies can be heard speaking in .
strange tongue, for tho real gypsy
speaks the Romany language, and the
parent's hearts are sad today because
their offsprin--, prefer- speaking in
English. Round fho 'Zog' or fire over
which hangs a blackened pot, which
generally contains a ..'.'tew of rabbits
and vegetables,culled from the neighboring fields, tlie 'chavvies' or children anxiously wait, while a dog of
the "greyhound specie also waits ex-
pecledly.to be rewarded for- bringing
his contribution to the family larder,
On the bushes hangs the family washing, while-browsing on the coarse
grass so familiar to English common
laud, a few horses and donlteys may
be seen. All these things make an
int. resting picture of primitive life.
Some people have rather peculiar
ideas concerning gypsies. First of all
let .me -say that all gypsies are not
dui-ing mission work I- find hundreds
of fair gypsies. Originally the gypsies were an eastern people but .like
other people they' have turned their
feet'westwarcl and climate with other
causes'- may have altered tliem considerably! , My father wa��� . a thorough - gypsy, but quite fair. In the
old days intermarriages with 'Gorgois
house dwellers, meant' expulsion for
the offender from the tribe.
Tlio Romany girl Is betrothed at ihe
age of fourteen, but at least two years
must elapse ere marriaga shall take
place. This is not n Umc of courtship, tho betrothed must treat each
other as ordinary" acquaintances or
tho. match' is broken off. The marriage would usually take place in a,
secluded forest, glen. A long hazel
branch is brought, tho pair stop ovor
the branch, nnd aro then acclaimed
'rawny' and 'rye,' which means man
aiid wlfo. Superstition lies deep in
the heart or tlio gyps'es, and by the
stars they forecast many happenings,
When tin head of the tribe dies the
carnvnn, clothes, etc, aro burned and
tVo ashes scattered ovor the grave,
' ������  , i
Precautions  for  Safety   Urged   by, a
Lightning Rod Expert
_ .The question of personal safety-dur-,
ing a thunderstorm is' perhaps the
most interesting to'the majority, oi
people. If in a building which is isolated in the opeii country, or'is higher
than surrounding- buildings in a group
avoid chimneys or other flues, open
windows or draughts, especially, warm
currents of air, directly below a"high
tower or flag pole, peak or angle of
the structure. Keep away from overhead wires entering a building, although these are generally protected
by lightning'arresters, the current is
not always arreste-d.
If in the open, avoid "trees, wire
fences or poles, and-if you-happen
to bo tho most prominent object ln
tho landscape, as iri an open field or
on a beach, do not raise a steel rod
umbrella or in fact any umbrella, as
you may become a living lightning rod
without an approved ground connection. If you should happen to bo
caught In such an open space with
lightning discharges coming very close
as may be determined by the lessening
intervals between' flash aud report,' it
is better to Ue flat on the ground and
risk a soaking than to offer .. possible
path for a discharge. Tho reason for
this Is that tho body being warm, offers a better conduclor thai, the surrounding ah*, and but a few feet rise
is, necessary to attract lightning on
flat ground.
Question!* as to. the action of lightning iu striking a building are frequently asked and are somewhat difll-
cut to answer' without going into a
lengthy discussion of the various kinds
of discharges and other matters of a
more or less technical nature. Let
us, however, take the most frequent
case, that of the ordinary forked
lightning, as seen at a distance which
it clase rango becomes, the blinding
flash, with the accompanying instantaneous crash, often causi'i-g disastrous results to life and property. This
discharge is caused by a difference of
potential between/earth and cloud. The
ono is heavily' charged with positive'
electricity, the other with negative,
with the air between acting as an insulator. If the air is .sufficient to
keep apart the two currents, no discharge will take place except from one
cloud to another. Now, as th.3 storm
moves on it comes closer to the earth
or meets some object in its " path
which offers less resistance than the
air���maybe a tree, pole, building, etc.
The electrical pressure is so great
that the slight decrease in resistance
'offered by .uich object"' is sufficient to
cause the.current to jump the intervening space and \ e have the destructive charge. This explanation
seen, the spark gap from coils used on
Now let us assume that instead of
tlie object before mentioned, such as
a tree, pole,,building, etc., we have-a
perfect conductor fjf electricity, as a.
steel building, steel tower or pole in
electrical contact-with the earth; the
current passes .through this into the
earth silently, the pressure is relieved
and in the great majority of cases
there is no violent or explosive discharge.
Here is where the function of the
lightning rod appears, r.imilar to pipes
tapping the tank and drawing off tbe
water before dangerous pressure is
brought to bear on the 'tank. A properly constructed lightning rod will, in
tho vast majority of cases, act In this
manner by silently, discharging the
the current from cloud to e_rl.h, thus
preventing tho .violent discharge
which we call- the thunderbolt.
Miami's Liniment Co,, Limited.
Dear Sirs,���This fall I got thrown
on a fenco and hurt, my chest very
Had,'so I could not work and it hurt
n . to breath-. I tried all kinds of
LIutinenl.fi ami thoy did mo no good.
On.: bottlo ot MINARD'S LINI-
MKNT, wnt mod on lliuuiois and applied on my bioast, cured mo completely-
Ro-iiwa.v, DJahy Co., N.S.
No nutter how coiled they ar*.
Orpine, Ink nud all other .stains
come off with Snap. J.cvtves the
lundi soft and white.   Antiseptic.
au. ur.tujc.i.',;.;.!. xxjp
%Hk? IOUVAUV, UHillI),    .    M��nrre��1.
,W. N   U. 965
Muffled Knocks
Ilrbb'y, you muntn't put youi- sticky
fingers on Mrs. Knwlor'n nlco (Irons;
It's the only tllb dross she-has.
No, Mr. Smylor, I haven't the slight*
est. objoctton to your smoking in my
houno; let mo offer you a good cigar.
Old Scout, you alwuyit pitch a good
Bnmn of bnll���except when I nm betting on you,
Vou llvo" In OiitnomoluirEt, do
you, Mr. niublilns? Has Mint suburb
u ropp.-tnblo residence section?
You Hhov good literary Judgment,
Mr. Leo; you are always B.callr.;: my
Won't you let, your little boy com.)
to our Sunday school, Mrn, Jordlo?
It can't make hlni any worse, and ir.
nmy do him much good.
Poisoning by canned goods wlll not
"fv-ur tf on,';' '. n-;.y;"\rw\ \'7 ,7:/^-
Retention. N'pver xaivehato onns with
two luinps of soldier ns this shows
that Mic contents linn worked and ho
hnd to bo boiled ovo. nnd re-scaled.
If top of cnn bulges outward do not
tnlco tho cun at tho contemn nrnij for-
mt'TltlTin-     ' rvl   If   flnt'itr   t-   i"-,--" -r.')    n,\
can imd dent fallB vli;ht buck in plnco
nn soon ns tho ngfr Ih removed, tlio
Hntno Ih truo, nn It Is gns wliloh
(Illicitly pitHhPH tlm tin bad; in place.
lf a cnn Ih bout or dented, ono may
lho imnuroc'. that tho contemn nro u
fine randitftli. Alwv.yH empty the
(���omenta ol (.-nil w noon 113 pusd.ble.
Tim I)'j_i.)i'- "Av;,. Ihu v. 11 b;.t s.uil
for 1110 to ko and ueo her boy. nnd I
miiM. ko at onoo.
lilt WJfi'-Whnt l<< (he- flintier ��vlth
thft boy?
Tho Doctor--! dou't know, but Mi_.
Hrown hat a hook on 'U'luu to Ao Ih-
fore tuu rio-lur Couu,;, mid I iii.^i
hurry in beforo who ilocn It.
'.'.Ich��-i�� often lake wlnc. who., thoy
are Inu-siwl In flying niaclil    :.
Small   Boy  and the  Motor  Horn
What shall bo said of tho inhuman
motor car manufacturer who'has re-
con tiy succeeded In concealing the
button' which sounds the motor car
horn in such a way that it cannot
be iireHso-d by the small boy who hovers near? If this Invention becomes
universal, consider what an effect U
is bound to hnve iipo:. tho character
of this boy! And is not tho American smnll boy tho hopo of tho nation?
Timo was whon tho activities of
small boys went out Jn the direction
of stealing apples nnd watermelons;
but owing to the civilizing intluonco
of the cltlos nnd for other reasons
thin source of Joy���this perfectly proper moral vent to evcry small boy's
naturo���hns been largely cut off.
What, might luive happeiie.'. to him?
How fnv In tho scalo of human progress thifl boy would naturally have
deteriorated, wo ennnot sny.
Hut Just in the nick t: timo tlio motor car was Invented, giving him a
chanco to nound tho liorii; anil thus
the spirit of Invention���thnt. notnblo
fount or wlcluidncKii and daring lu every boy's mnko np���onni. to Uh ox-
proRHlon, antl lie has been saved.
Motor ori'h Htand ovorywlioro, and
If you���oh sober minded and dlKnlllod
tuliilL���hnvo nover In pnuslnp; ono felt
wllbln your heart the midden ImpulRC
to Jump Into tt and with nondlsh exultation pound the horn, tlio.i look to
yourself, for there b; Hom-tliliiK morally tlio matter with you.
We sincerely hope, therefore, that
this piirtluuhir Inventor wil: hold Ills
Invention ho close that It may bo confined only to one machlno ninoiit. tho
ihousaiidu '.. uao.
Kvery boy I.i entitled not only to
nu-, iiin-jt> una ilu-:, pmoult oi' A��i'i-'-
nr-:--, hut id .in lo '.hnuft thi hnyv, ot
any mnrhlnn upon which ho mny hup-
pon to Htruy.
Free ItidUt.s i.
In proportion to,tht* number of inhabitants there are very nearly as
many pianos and im'.omobiles in tho
towns of tl-.e bid Cherokee nation in
the present state of Oklahoma as there
are in those of Vermont or Delaware.
The only Indians who are In the old
free, nomadic condition are about 200
Seminoles in the Florida everglades
and the big cypress morass. Theso
Indians are as independent, of' tho
white man and almost as isolated from
him, as were their forefathers���.when
Ponco de Leon and De Soto laudof.
in- their neighborhood, says the Atlantic. They are neither cltiaens nor
wards of the United States, nor do
thoy, hold any relation to their old
associates who were transferred by
the govoininont- to tho west side of
tho Mississippi two thirds of a century (ago, and who became ono of tho
flvo civilized tribes of tha present
stato of Oklahoma.
Oh, Piffle!
Did you hear aboiit Manleigh's narrow escape?
No.     What happened?
It was a-llro cscapo, and-it was so
narrow that .he bui.Cing inspector
made'-hlm replace it with a wider one.
And There is Nothing Better Than
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
>     Toning Up the Blood
It is said that woman's work is
never done, and :t is.a fact tliat whether in society or in-the home her life
ls filled with more cares and more
worries- than falls to the lot of man.
For this reason women are compelled
regretfully to watch the growing pallor
of their cheeks, the coming of wrinkles
and the thinness that becomes more
distressing every day. Every woman
knows that ill health and worry is ,1
fatal enemy, to beauty, and that good
health gives the plainest face an enduring attractiv'-ness.
What women fail to realize is the
fact that If, the blood supply is kept
rich and pure, the clay of the coming of wrinkles, and pallor, dull, eyes
and sharp headacli.s is immeasurably
postponed.. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
are literally worth their .weight in
gold to growing girls aiid women of
mature years. They fill", the veins
with the rich, red' blood that brings
brightness.to -he eye,, the- glow of
health to sallow cheeks, and charms
away the-headaches and backache that
render the lives of- so many women
"eonstantly^miserabler""      ''     ;    ~
Mrs.- William Jones, Crow Lake,
Ont., says: "I feel thit Dr.'Williams'
Pink Pills saved'my life. I was so
badly run? down that I could "hardly,
drag myself around. I was so-bloodless that I was. as'pale as a sheet, and
you could almost see through my
hands. In fact the doctor 'told mo my
blood had all turned to water. I was
taking medicine -constantly, but without benefit. My mother had so much
faith in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, that
Bhe bought me two boxes and urged me
to take thom. How 'hankful I am
that I followed - her advice. Before
these wire gone I began to feel better, and I continued using the Pills
until I had taken five more boxes when
I was again enjoying tho blessing of
perfect health, with' a good color in nv/
face, a good appetite, ai-.d I feol suro
a new leaso of life. I will always,
you may be suro, be a warm frlem.
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."
If you aro weak or ailing begin to
curo yourself to-day with the rich red
blood Dr, Williams' Pink Pills actually
make, If you do not find 'the Pills at
your dealer's send BO cents for a box
or $2.R0 for six boxes to tho Dr.'Williams' Modlch.c Co,, Brockville, Ont,
and they will bo sent you by mall,
post paid. .,
A Traltreos
Sho was drummed out.
Expelled from the siiffragottos?
Yes; they ascertained that sho was
merely hiking to talco oft weight nnd
not through any real /.eal for the
It's not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot
Winchester Factory Loaded Shells.   It's the results they give,   It's tlieir entire reliability, evenness of pattern and uniform shooting.  Winchester
"Leader" shells, loaded witli smokeless powder, sw^*
are the best shells on the market..   Winchester p|||_f
"Repeater" shells loaded'with smokeless powder (?n
are cheap in price but not in quality.   Winchester ��
' New Rival" black powder shells are tlie favorite &
black powder load on. the market on account of
their shooting and reloading qualities.  Try either of
thesc shells and you'll be well pleased.  They are
-in special convertible box.
���-good matches always ready at the bottom.
-burnt sticks are dropped in the top.
-noiseless; heads do not glow.
.and absolutely non-poisonous.
EDDY'S Matches are -
f_j only NON-
manufactured in'
-Canada. ���
For safely's saI{e--YEddy's
' 'Safeguard"   Matches- - -
ONLY ?-~ should he   '
every home.
1    lOTMI-T -��������
Ontario Veterinary College
Temperance Street, Toronto
Affiliated \yith the University of. Toronto and under the control,
of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.
N. B.���Calendar'on application ~ ;<
E,A.  A. GRANGE,  V, S,, M, Sc, 'Principal
*"" Henry was vory proud of O.o now
ltittens, nnd wont for thom to bIiow
thom to visitors. Hia mother heard
thc-m coming nion.. the hall,���and alarmed at tho nolfio of tho procoiislon, called out: Don't hurt, tho Kittens, Honry.
No moihor, camo tho i-PiiHsui-liif. answer, I am carry lug thom very carefully
V-- tho stems,
Pastor Itydcr wns a very prosy
H;>e,nlcei\ and ouo Sunday mornltii.
when lho upi'vloofi wero oyer and tlio
coimrcRiitlon wns dlsporaliiK, Deacon
Uonwortli, who was 11 Ki-ont admirer of
tho pastor, met a friend nt tho door
nnd said:
A lino ncrmnn thin morning. ''So
well tlmoJ, too.
Yoii, replied fho ollior in.-m, It wns
corlalnly well timed. Nearly half of
(ho consregutlon had tholr watchea
1 Imvo nlwnyi r.dniliml thnt���fhnrnnt-
or, Uupert of IIonl7.au, vomurlcod Mrs.
TwUkeinbury, ho had such a dehon-
As to the Immutability of the Lair
Orfl rt tho iwv-r (lW-mu-r-rtln'r nnd
truly nlarmliiK iilmrnctprli.iU'fi of a
llur Is his essential Immutability. Ho*
duple his uttornnc���s with gcniH of rhetoric; Mwntho IiIh'outgiving, with tho
binding., of a rpspoctnblo purpose;
scf-nt him with tho spirit of public
duty; tho llnr rcmnliih unclu.ngod nnd
'. .lclllUlRt liifttl.
Truffle with n liar It thus brought
down U> UK' level of .in fh'.'A h;w._:*d
oiid (icciipalloii. No finally of lunu-
evnee. no dovotlon to high Iftfiftt, no
ndiul-ublrt display oC onlcrprMi', n<��
onr1- ��ld>, rat oV'-rconi'-, or oliHf-iire
for mur�� than ��� niom-.-nt, ilu- idjopa-
thv of tlu- liar.
* *   ���     tia
Got   Those JewelsT^''^'-'-'
Ilmi \\\o count sni'CH'il d In g��-lilng
Into the i'xi'IiihIvp Hi-1?
Yet. ftbom ion thmi><a:ri. I '.Hif-vo.
U'liat About Sistsri
Man wauls but little hero below.
It's different with n boy. ]{o
wmhh n mnndolln, n pistol, n ^riiy.or,
a falta mountticho, a hull pup, n'maglc
liuitcrn, n dptrctlvo'n tin bruin-", n motor cyclo, a mud turtle a ilAAle, n
printing press, a stam;> nlbiim, a
toolchoiit, n. gent, a telpscopo, n tamo
rut, a camera, a squirt gun, a briso-
bnll suit nnd a puir of rolW iikntos.
The -ioy Problem
Tho World's' Work has beon describing -what has . been dono for the
boy by tlie Scouts, the Y.M.C.A., the
Salvation Army and other b'odle's. Al-
way- In school ancl olsowhore whore
boys congregate, we aro told, thore
aro gangs. Usually thoso gangs aro
a nuisance; vory. ol'tc 1 thoy aro a serious menace to the morals of tho
gang members and t- the peace of
tho neighborhood. For usually tho
energy ot the ga;-..- ls directed
ngalnst law and order. But a new
time is coming, for so many people
in tho schools, in tho Boy Scouts, nnd
ln many other activities have gripped tho fundamental fact- that If theso
gang activities arc guided, most wonderful results can tb achloVod���ro-
suits thnt will lenre theso boys ..far
better able to handle themselves honestly ami effectively in the world
tliun wero their p do lessors,���13d-
monton Journal,
Where Autos are Not
Princo Edward Island Is not lho
only plnco whoro the nutomohllo Is
under tho ban. Mount Desert, Maine,
recently renfllrniod ils resolution that
i\o nutomobllcs shall bo allowed within tho corporate limits. Mr. John
D. Itockofoller, Jr., one of the advocate., of this meiisure, snid tlint ho
look his family to Mount Desert to
got away from nutomobllcH,
No Claim to Distinction
. My friends, exclaimed the fervid orator, I belong to the toiling masses!
I started 1 ut as a milkman���
-.Geo! Interrupted a rough looking
person in tho audience. So did
overy man here!
Appearances Deceptive
Aunt���I don't like t sec you dangling about with mere boys nil the
time. What do you find bo entertaining in '.lint smooth-fa cod ' young
Niece,-;Why, aunt, his face Isn't so
smooth as it looks.
Miller's Woim Powders uro not surpassed by any other preparation 110 a
vermifuge or worm destroyer, Indeed,
there nro fow preparations that hnve
the merit that it has to recommend.lt.
Mothors, awnro of Its excollonce, seel:
its aid al tho first Indication of tho
presonoo of worms ln theli children,
knowing thnt it is 11 perfectly trustworthy medicine that will give Imnnd-
into and hud Ing relief,
Teacher    (In    grammar   idast*)���
Whnt in a singular pronoun, Jonniiy'.'
Johnny���Ono   that    Isn't    married
Try Murine  Eyo Remedy
If you hnvo Red, Weak, Wntcry Kycs
or (;rnun1ftt-<l Eyelid-. Doesn'i tfronit
���Soothed live Pain. Dm^clit* 8HI
Murino Kye Remedy, Llquld'.'25e, 50c.
Murin�� bye Snlva In A^-ptic Tub.n,
, Mv,  50c.    Kye  hank*  Free  f,y  Mail.
'    An tttt Y����l�� -�������� tir All ���?����� tti*t Hia* C*ra
HUrln* Ky�� lUmtdjr Co., Chlcai*
" Worth That Much, Anyway
Mrs, Kxc���Jlow could yciu Ilo so to
Mr. Dauber about that absurd picture
ho has at tho exhibit lon. You told
him bin picturo was worth 'tho prlco
of admission alono.
1'lxe���-Woll, (Iroat Scott! thn frnmo
Is worth moro than fifty corns, Isn't It?
Hugh Huino, tho Portlnnd (Oro.)
editor, tolls a ��tory of nn Irluhiiu .
named Mlko V'lannory, who found a
valuable packago belonging to a local capitalist. lie "nob It around
to tho man's houso nnd was rewarded.     Au ho loft he nii't a frlond.
What's tlio mutter,   Mlkof  asked
lm- i'lit/ml, didn't, iu- h'a' juu ti.-i much
!\"  yo\\ ovjwtfd'
I thought he would give me more
thnn I expected, ropliod Klannery
Even for Once
J'lio man nf whom Wj woro lold
went Into a downtown restaurant a
noon or ho ngo nnd ordered in Hub-
st.intial luncheon. He n'. It growl*
Ingly nnd when he had finished nnd
received his chock ho marched up to
iho ciiBhler's desk mid slapped down
it ilijc-lociklng bank uoti*.
H was a Confederate bll". nnd tbo
cashier wn* ii"-* "low (,_ defect P.
She pushed Alxirk .    tho c-iifitoiuei.
This I.s no good, sho intf. scornful-
N'-lllH-r w.i-v ihi- lunch, nivuvered
iho patron. K^p tho chango how
��vt?i.     And li.- went aiva..
Plenty of Tlmt
Pi-MM., I wnnt an h-e-pronm ��un<Sn<>.
All   right,  dt-nr,   r.-mlnd   hh<  of   It
again; tint is only Tiirnilnv,
Judge���Sambo, you nro charged
with being a vagrant; that is, with
having no vls.blc ma-ins of support.
Siunbo���No vlthle m��ina of support
your honnh? Win' yo' nnan by visible iiunnn of uupport?
Judgo ��� Vlslblo monne Bon'lelhlng
Hint can be soei,.
Hninbo���iinL so? Why, hiwdy, Judge
yo' jest sr-r.d for mnh wife, an' mak ���
her I'-avo do wushlu' and como hyalt.
Visible? Huh! Sho weighs .'10 j
pounds, I jjijcch sho's visible all
Mr. Ives ban n mind thnt dellgjilj
in fncls. One evening lio laid down
tho pnper, was -Hunt for a moment
nml then Hald'
Thnt's odd.
What is it? Inquire,  his wife,
Why, hern Is n mnn who snys that
It would tnkn twelve millions years
to pump tho ton dry at tho rnte of
n thotisn'nd gallons per second,
Mrs. Ivoa Hnt thinking the matter
over.     Finally nho nuld:
\\ ity, Henry, whero wonh' thoy put
ibe  v:P(-r?
. The Muff's Youngett
A little girl about two and n
yenrs old gnzed Intently at her
Miiwct, inuvver, tho envft, ni lant,
como an' teu your muff's lluk* kIH
taking a wnlk.
Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills
���re made according to �� formula in
use nc-irl/o century aco among the
Indi.uis, and learned liom thcni by
Dr. Morse. Though repeated at*
tempt* have l>tcn made, hy phy.i*
claiijiand clipminats, it has |>r<*n found
impossible to improve the formula of
the j.ilU. Ur, Morv*'i Indian Hoot
Pilhn��pnheti��fhnlfln*rru'ily tlir,-t!ii��h.
out thu wurld for Con..lIn.ition ii'iul
���11 Kidney and Liver trniibli-i. They
���ft promptly iuul effuriiM-ly, and
Cloanno tho ��Syf��totn \*.a#-is~������S?'^^^^^  33&*&_13������������_;  " -���������        ;' ^''gg'WM^W^p^f?^^  ?^?^>^^i!?g'--r.'y^gw**^TO,''y*yr;r-*-*'  -.1  -;;tft:  hEWS  6Vi  fiorrio:.   &    Gurr.be.t'ie.nd |  i  vub, rah ing   Company.  ������;u=A ijot.8 ��������� |provinceogiSrmsi-.^-  V, funo&uay the j  Cotuiiibia,  '���������5Sfl_^'Wa_SPS5S3?8SE?  Ill A-  r-*V     *  l .-���������'.>  (-1  .or  \v_!l :vit lioW  its-elf  :i-~>J*r>,.->i--!0 i\>r the ujriiiiiM.soi oth-  !ii.-������y nppoar in its columns  "iir.o to tiir.p.  WATtR'RIOTS BRAMCH,  (Department of- Lands,-)'  1    >!������  m  i 5>J  {APPROVAL OP   ITNDEfiTAK'lNO   OF;$  THE CAMPBELL IttYKl. POWER    [fv  COMPANY,   IJiflTBD  -AKSD.W    OC  .*���������   o^> u.m  "Ol'  N0TIC3  Wh Front tho Campbell River Tower  G mpany, Limited, hereinafter called tho  Cemjia-.-.y, is ii cdnpitny ineor poruied vVhd-1  TO TAKE AND  rr.ii,  [fijf-iy  I .-iii:) i :'  /.la   ������o  ���������������;*.' .-i.'f-n'.ts i'if '!10'>r-  :   uf ' !;..'  i'_H,ili.-i:_ii  <.'.:>��������� v. .-::��������� \y;ih?r rAV",: th' rt>-ft ������t 2000-  ui :!������������������_-: ��������� 'i-\,i ii.'1-Ay ii id v.-ill bd used  :vr ^r-.-.-.i .-si'.way pi jj. s- s on tho l.nd  .;i->-;-.i-....-l ;-.-i lv iVl-v.iy VU_h . uf W-iy, Thi.  i'-��������� v'.������������������.���������. ; c:..::! f." tno si-omit on tho  .:��������� -; .-'.i,- .,; Aur). 30).). The nppjicail-m  r: '.)>- ;* rd iu tho ojIu.- < S thi- WVu. r Rf-  :.jf������;".-s i. Vict ..iii', B. (\ Ob.P'.-MwUis mny  !-.-- iiiuii ".-oh tho Bii-ii W;it- r l;..'ror'!or <r  A"! 'a Vu.- (.luiiipii'oili-r <-f Water Itighip,  i-'.t ; .hh - t llu icii <<.���������*, Vii% ��������� ri - B. 0.  >;-(,][.T.:-!aLT :i .NANAIMO UAILWAY  Applicant  er tho ,*0.*ir.pnie-,'Aot," 189V, and is cm-  pmv<-i<-d, airnnt,' oth������tr thir.gs r-y, its  .Mem iMiulnot/\fisO(iinti<>i>.   "'  '���������To :i*-t1. for ftnd obtain under tho pre-'  vi-iu'--s cl the W.iHr Act or to pmclm o  ru-robv g ;-,-<->. tha! K*.r.i- j ur o-.horwlrin -en-mo water records or wn-  Auto \.y,bt.,f., i.f Yiciorin,| ^-'-f liccn������ts?"  t-'v f- , a l-(v:-t- to uA:<t and ��������� "?<> fonhtiisat or opaiato woiks for tbo  7i\n%< ;>������������������:��������� :>?h..:m, if water ������������VV")' or mi'iv.a'itm i-f want uadir'tho-  Cr-.-i-i-. Ml.h fio-.vs ivi a WfcicrAct."  ihno-in   tii-.rf...,^   '.-Aweastli.-1    "And  whesv:w iho and Ccirpnny c-n j  t!*o _Tth June,   1910, obtained  a YtVo j  L;eoi:co, imiib'-rad l'JOl, autlioiizjng the  n:vcrE'on of 2,700 cnb'c fcit of M'.i'.er por  second from tho G_n.-pbell   Uiver for pinv-  or prtrpose-j. v  THIS LS Td OEUTI'A' thai the undertaking id I'.e. a:i 1 (Javni.bull River Powor  Con'i.ruiy, Limsicd, for the diversion of  2,700 cubic, itiel of water pc-r sacciul from  tha Ounpbell Uiver lor thu ^oii-i-nt'or. of  poiec-r r.nd ff/r the sifto, Iwrier, ard ex-  cha go of said power within the loliowi: f>  dj-ci'ibed (o ri o:v, is heroby approved  s'.il-joc'c,'o ihe limitat;/ns of P.irt IX of  tho Wat. r Act aiid to the following erjus  and cond tiors:���������  1.   Tho sad approval of ihe nb-.ve on  il , ,11  BKASLUV  xv.gtnt;  uiv7  -i   r-T^vf TS  77 I &K  OTICE  -..T.i'-ENCK TO TAliE A^D  '���������). I  '.'���������% is hereby ..: in that Ksqni-  >������������������.-��������� imo liiilw-y,  of- VieSorin,  "1 -.Ay fr n ic-iK-o U.i t._l_o and  i/-^>'l-aji������ r.i r 2t hirnrs, A wiitf-r  aAj ���������'. roi.!-, v.h:ol: f!-> ss, iu- a cro--  . ;i;j-j   thro*1 ;_���������'>   N'j soailii 'o:.B-  :���������  -!'!-,,'pa i:j!.>  D- oa  li'������y,  u>���������:.������?  ,t.     T/.a v.-.-'i-.-v:i]l U--diver  ') I-f-;i-i *ra'.-n*   ii-ii'-������������������������)' ;nd  -.   : ������������������_���������! !?i  Ut-r;-1,  litilw-iy -.'Vlipo es;  -. i'i V<-s..-.jl)o<l ;\j U.-JSiv.-y Riyht;//!  '. ..  ^-txo w.ii  puD'.-d on    tbo  :���������   -.!���������* 'A-A -.1 j- .f Apiil, 1913.  -a at^aa'^^vaaz-iwiMWg!^^  -1 *rv. v-    ,v  ir^"''-;-' Vr:������  ooo)n-d.H  a Snristy' .ra  ,U  \>- hi. (1 in '..he  oflice  v.^TToorit r "nT-_YTc-criT~3rt!T  ��������� iy. bo !ii--d w th ilw 6f������id  'ii.i-rfer. r v'iisi   ilw i!o:noiroroi-  ���������  r...-ii'.f,  PirlihiftCt Ilu ldints  "::  L.  A17.L -k XANAIMO RAILWAY  A;/plic:iof. ,  . H. Ji/ Ul   SLioV  Agont  ;r.-v7  t I.  fi-.  NOTICE  -M.rtiking sli.'i.ll bi> exp>(>s ly c ndUional  on l Iii fcK'.cution snd'tiling (fa .Bond  vrilh fho ComptrolL-r of Wai-or E ghte.  Sti'i i-.ni-ii B>:i'i ^hcll he in the (-nra of  ;'fejr_uty't-ijiMisrtnd dodnrs (*>i20,CK)0  wull bti \>y Uio Ctnnp-.ny and  'Oac-ipvay aaili-r'std' br its C.h'r'dr fn  (bt) p'ei-ormatiC- of Cantrscfa of t%is kind.  '2,   Thr; territory wi-hin    whieh   the  power g'o.)er������k-d froai thesaid w-i-_Mnay  b* poKI is wi'tbiu n rndico of one. buBiSrc-d  and fihy niilss f.-oia the   powur ho*.>se i,f t  th'j Cimipnav. -   .  3.   Tri5 an^ount. of tho cn.ilil s'ocko'j  tho Company ulvch clsall  ba tabscribed  bof->r>* tho Cuwpauy f-.liall begin the cou- |  slruc km of i!i& v.oiks slinll be !?50,000 O0.  ���������1. Tno nni'.n-.it of tho capital stock o-f  ���������hei'omp-uiy which shall bn paid up before  the O .lnpiny shall bsjjia the const uoiioii  of tha voiki shall ba ?50,000.00  5.   The Company shall begiu the count uo>ionp������Th5^^Fi^f^tKrdrvol^"iT>D,'ofJ  tl.o or.ii_ wat&r mul I'.������r  fe:-e gmoratjon of  .tW_<*id po\ver on or before ihe SOih day  ior Sept! jnber, 191i, nnft before tbat,dato  rhdl obt-aiii from tl.o Oiraplrollcr ot Water Ki^htp, bin approval of ths pkas for  tho oonsitrnction ,oi lhe ssaid^works   mid.*r  .tho provifiions of the Wuter Act aud Am-  'ciAir.ir Acta as n-.V,' in  force o? as jnay be  in forco i.t the date of Mich  Approval of  Plans.   Tiie plan3 a d t-pcoiiioitiono shall  ���������i-/  ���������/(.'  ��������� ������������������.  - tm  I-l  - --,-..  -V    -.  .X  .-. -w '  r������  Ar  -1.  .-f  >'  .  i rig  ik'-i  ..  ���������.-. ������������������  ,     *  \ '  ":; --'  "���������    i  -' i  h ������������������  V  }���������  -  1  '  .olUKS'CE T.) TAKM AKD  '     LI.-s!-: WAT 1.1!.  I.'!'", is her. by 7;i,oii I hit IC qui-  Ivt-.iimo Pi.ilw.iy ri Viciorin,  ���������!l ,!tiji y f-.-..--.-. !������������������ .- .oi ta> tii.'co ar.d  '"''"ril! >.iiA.'fr 'A lioiu--', of itA.cr  ':-..'.-' U.i fli, v/hidi iln','8 iu n  ,/ awJi a vTiir��������� vwh Nvlfou Dis-  ,t ��������� cip'iPis into ', nyiio J-ii-nnd nr-ur  rr. - Tlie w-t r v.til bu ijivivt d  ���������fu. -niun icon llul,v,".y .mil v II be  - iii] K-iil'v.i)' [;urpi;oi <^i ibo  ?d lit f������il '������������������iu r'-fiht * w vlhU  ������������������ostfd i-������ wi ������ i.riiiv. d f'.i t he  ���������".?i-ii, K'i:i.   Tl.o fii.phi-nti.n  '!    ! ,(.'   I ilio-   ol   t-ivt   IVillOl  'ii'tr-i-;Jj, ;> (\    (J ji 'H.-a;..- n ;)f  '.������������������Via s.iul SV..I )��������� l'l'inirl- r m  iptroll.-r i-.f  \\iv"r  ll'r.tht-.,  '' ''l-di/i,", Vivtoiii, li. (',  .1- fi XibWi.ULMl.W'.W  A|t[d;.-.oii  '1   V..     J-a :|,i.Y  A if.t.  be fJU'd for approval oa oi before Slst dny  of .1 ..ly, lcw>H.  ':, Aftor ljeginuitrg the coahruciion ef  ���������A: works Ibo Compnpy shall subsiiit  Hciii-sniiiitflly to Uio Comptroller of Water Rights v. urogreeu roport.  7, Tne Ci>:npnuy slmll complete tbo works  for tho cluvfclopniont cf llfreen t-houonnd  (15,000) horse power and Imvo thom ia ac  tuil opt ration en or biLro tho 30tb dny of  Scpterabtr, 10)7. ���������  8. Tho ,0uD*.pany nhull pivy annually  BUuli fuc as mivr b: iu lore, at tUia dato  oroiieh t-niuml foonB,in.'.y be fixed by any  Iul.urcMi������iili.tion or enactment.  9. Any .l_nj>ini!cr appointed by tho  Micin'or of LuudH for that purposo shall  luvo I'n.e iiccoss to nU pnrti of tho worliH  Lit tho jmrpi m of iuep .ctinf,' tho twn,o,n.d  of iisoer nin:ug that tha coiialxuot'Oii ���������  thereof ii in ncoortUnce with thu pluii.s  iiiul spec fl������iit!ons Lcruin referred to.  10. Thh ii������ld of coiietrnctinf,' wm ka on  Crown Jjiuul-i of tho JVoviuoo rIiaII not bo  o.vcrchx-d until pirniiH-inn hiiB bcun obtniu  wl ������n )irovidcd by K.e.lion i.!-21 of ihu twill  Am and tha Huh-y miulu tbiuoniiJor.  11. Tlm rifaht of ,(;')iiBirnctin(j workn  ��������� V -: . j. S./A1.      J������. \j> j. Xhrnf-t^ ] ,,r..)t t)l() ,���������irn,^ai���������;, fcf t),o oar.vY baa been  ' ��������� libli.ini-d or thn pruvUiona of  Part XIII  I'D'   ���������   i..\i,i..>.'"l-', I't) '['\l-.l". AXP    j of tho li-iidAtt hnvo bocn compUud with,  i  ,iijl  fti  ./-ii'  :-. t r'tv  'it. 'J-."-. ' ���������  iv- HP -d t'  .. .  ���������I  in-  * .i  iv*: WA'ir.u  .������   ii.If. I-  'i(i''ihy iib'i"., lli I   V, ,\ \  '������������������ 7 -  r-i ni  I'.i-I.uiy,  r>:  Vicli ii-',  ������' '.t     ,1 '. fV a I i;.->i f.i'j  t'i '.Ac-.   ���������'���������'.A  A) '   'i v,'l' -"���������.< p-ir '21  ..nor., of -,<��������� .1 r  ?;-���������;,' I'rii-:!'., wnirh H ���������������*,n i>- niu'it!--  . .-t.aJis   jh������nn_ h  C ,.-.-:'.   I"*��������� ���������' ��������� ��������� '  'ti '������������������' CJo.u .x ITi.li'inr,  r.-'-i--  T/i iMii>-r v. ,)| h;> iln-i ������������������ ,il  ,,sri ir. '.-������������������ ii fi.iiiw.iy -u.-l   *'A  (At' ti-r.il  Ki-.i * ) pn p.is m ���������!.'  1. d it, I'UiA-iiiy Lb hi iu  |i|v   Vl'.llj   p i.lt'll    (ijj   lit-  d I diiy tf Ap.d    i.i].:  "ll1  ' O    1)1 ���������>!    t !  liio    l ii,,l  t'  4fV  I  lli. Tm.- ri(.;nt of cot t-itniotinu works  idoi -r cr iiccrosi Iiij������liwuyn hIi������II not bu ox  cdii.'cd oso.\il i ;.|KMi������ p''nninHion of tlio  Muhhlfi'- of l'uliliu Workii. or if Baul  h'iiliv,-ii*9H ������i:ti v illiin n miinii-'ipaHty, with  iaiI )m p'riniii' i-<n A tho l.'ouneil of tho  Mui ii-i, i,-.liiy hiji hi't-n ohtaintd iih provid-  ui n-| i-<- ;v-ly Nv Si-ulioiiH 'ill and 27_'of  li.o'.Va'tr Act.  WM. U. KOrirt  MinUtor of Landti  Dated nt Virjfoiin.R.C., thU 1-ith  duy old illy, Iftia   .  n-  I'l-n'f'i- i.i Y  (11-ii   .-.  ���������' i.*/  .i-.imm, r  /'   thl.l  ',       i.f ���������   ,  I  In ;  fi'-'ft"*  'AO  ,'i  ,. i.l.'U'l.VI.O  -.1 ('... io ft,. .i-  'rlr  *%"  SI-4, ./  W      ..    J  tJ  I  ,..l i  ,i/. '. Ji: 'Au  ,l    .:<.--. 'A.  .'I*. ���������"-  ii i'n, >.i ;it-r :���������'<:���������  i*. 1 dr.--*: i-;:.. Ow- !���������'*��������� .  l'.i fi.c .it M . r i -;  i  V v^.ts tTJ_<i������ /^i**'/^_**;,'b*''*J3  O. H TARBELL     |  r-   m-     .      \  nntl  Gsmiral Hardware  g  Anything yon want   and whatever  way yoii-. want it. Below are a. -  ��������� hv  (.things ^wc.,print "  Give us .a Trial?-Order and see--.  how wel  will; be pleased  LETTE Ull ISADS     '  . BILJJIKADS-  KN-V ELOPE,  PAMPHLETS'  CATALOGUES  MENUS  DLOTTEllS  DODGE US  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING GAUDS  BUSINESS CARDS.  WEDDING STATIONERY  JiAU, PROGRAMMES-  ETC., ETC.,  ETC  t*������m  iiraTOm^������-���������?^  Dunsmaif Avenue  Cuj-qbepland, 6. C.  /        S^      }-rro������.s:T>thlM.   -.-l.-i'iai"!   ih  Hm.Mwmtiiftf' ^''"T"     "'"'-t-roii'* i">"-'  ^.. v\>*^^*^*^l������������*rv',������������4i^*'v^'' ������)  i*  ^������������Ui������6_������wiBi-^������TM'ia^^  !  I   kj  < vi  ��������� ������!  '1 SUE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. B. C  ri  CONSTANTINE,  TRINITY MAKER  thrpe persons, although omen ������j������xst  that thero are three Gods but only om  person. ' It seems impossible to get a  trinitarian to decide what he really be<  lieves ;be hedges with the word '' Mystery.'/.'  '      ' ���������' -  A      '*        Tho New Testament is a* explicit'as  tho Old in its statement that thero i*  Father,HisSonanclHolySpirit ^^tZl^y^i^-  Made One in Person.  TRIHITY IS NOT IH THE BIBLIs  or,-thau V���������greater" than all. (John  14:2S.) Josus declared that of Himsolf  Ho' could" do nothing; that He .was  merely tho' Mouthpiece of God ln His  teachings, and' tho Fir-gor of God in  HIb workings of miracles. He directed  that HIb followers'should.worship tha  Fathor, and doclarod, when leaving, "I  a'sssond to My" Father..' and"- to ' your  Father, to My God and to your God."  ���������John 20:17.'       ' '���������,'"'  Our Lord did indeed doelare tho oneness, or harmony,- between Himsolf  and tho Father, but Ho explained that  this was becauso He.ignored any will  of His own, coming not to do His own  will, but tho will of tho Father who  Bont Him.   Ho exhorted His disciples  Pastor-. Russell Says the Roman Em-  * per or Put "It In the Nicono Creed,  ���������    A, D. 325 ��������� Confusion    followed.  Some Claim Threo Gods In One Person���������Others Claim On������ God in Three  Persons���������All Say Incomprehensible  Mystoiy���������Oonstantlne's Trinity Fiat  Enforced   by. Cruel . Persecutions.  Etok to tho Biblo. and Away.from  CUeds Is the Message of tho Hour ��������� similarly to hove the samo mind, thq  n-frnil   TT-mn   All   T���������r������  nf Truth      "     BlUn0   will>    ,h������   Bn,U0   8l>irit*   WhlC'1   a0'  U.ged Ujj.on.All Lovers of Tiuth.       ^^ Itim_thc. Holy Spirit, tho mind  ���������TatVw'-ip^wxjBgrans,       London,    ��������� 7ov disposition to do. tlio   will   of   tha  wfrX^y:>-**&i ���������Pastor Russell , Father iii Heaven. 'His prayer for His  lP^.S-4.-.^-:--v^'|'ii addressed .tho Lon- i disciples was to tho.Bnmo effect, '.'That  ���������fe*$$^AA*"3a   don       Tabernacle I they, all mny bo one"���������oven aa'Thou,    .._     ��������� ,   '"   (.ontrroeation   twico i Father, and I are���������ono in heart, mind, | Uan   people,  should ,be .prepared  to-day. -\Yo report ' will, disposition, or holiness of spirit, ' profit by theso clearer views.   Only in  ono    of    his    dis-    harmony wiih .God.���������John 17:20, 21. our day is thorough Biblo study possiblfl  courses    from    the j     What could bo more explicit than oui    "~~ i,'" * "'  text, "To u������ thero    text,  "To  us  thero  is  ono  God,, the  is ������lno    .God,   ,tho    Father, of whom aro all things;" addi-  Fiit-cr      ,      .      .'! tionally, "To us thero is one Lord (bi  and ono Lord Jesusi Master), Jesus Christ, by whom aro. all  Christ."���������1-   Corin- j things, and we by Him?"    Tho Apostle hero uot, only., shows tho ..relation  In the ilsteentfc. eentury God began *���������,  bring tho Bible back, to the attention  of the world, it, was burned liy thf  biBhops in front of St. Paul's Cathe'  dral in LondonT Is it any wonder that  the Presbyterians of that- time veer*  persecuted' for studying it, and could  meet only ia secret!  Is it any wondor that the men who  began' afresh to study tho Bible, bu.t  wlio had their minds tinctured with  the creeds of centuries, were consider,  ably.handicnppodt Is is any wonder if  , somo of their conceptions of correct  Bible" ..interpretation were rude and  crude! Havo not onr various Protes>  tant denominations marked fresh en- ',  deavos to get nearer tocthe light t ,  Now as wo are in the dawning of th������  ��������� Now Dispensation, nnd God is lifting  ' the veil of ignoranco in goneral, is ii'  any wondor that we can see the tr\>������  .toachlnges of - tho, Bitile moro clearly  than did our forefather'st   Surely it i.  ' what we might expect, as woll as what  the Biblo distinctly declares: "Th������  mystery of .God shall bo finished,''  whicli  He  has  kept   Eecret   from   lli*  , foundation of the world.  I Tho Difficulty af Present.  It seems sad, i-idoecl, that now, in th*  dawning   of   the  New   Era,   and its.  , clearor light, on tlio Bible ������b well  as   upon   all   things,   so   few   Chris-  ���������. DAMES AND  DAUGHTERS,   j  Miss Margaret Wllstn, eldest daughter of President TVTlsou.Ts enthusiastic  over, the work of tbe University of  Wisconsin's bureau of social center development. ; i  Mrs. Thomns Riley Marshall, wife oJ  Vice President Marshall, made forty- j  five calls in ninety minutes recently J  scoring, tho  social   speed  record  foi:  Washington. j  Mrs. Strong, wife of the new gover*  uor of-Alaska, is quite0a cultivated  woman, having studied music In Eu- ;  ' rope five years after ber graduation  from the schools of Scuttle. i  Sarah Bernhardt has already docld-j  ed upon tbo new piny Iu which sho.,  will appear iu Purls in October or-No1 j  "Yember, lt is by Tristan Bernard and '  will give the actress u fantastic role! !  Its name has not yet been announced:  j  , Mme. Melbn. hns built for herself a [  delightful retreat at .Idlydnle, ono o( i  j tho most picturesque localities near bet  I native  Melbourne.     She   bus   hinted  ! moro than onco that she would soon  .mnko It her permanent abode, Sho Is  keenly interested in thoconseryntorlum  ' of tho University of Melbourne nm'  bas lectured lo its students. .  Nu.n Posi������i caras m ran*. -  In Paris you cun buy for half a  franc at any postotflco a postal card  which will bold "200 words of small  writing and which will bo delivered  to any address in.tbo city in about  fifteen minutes, projected to its death  nation through a pneumatic tube,  Minuteness of Molecules,  If we try to count the number of  molecules contained in one cubic millimeter .'of hydrogen gas, ilrst arranging them lu groups of u billion cadi,  It would lako a thousand years to  count these groups. So writes M,  Boll, n French physicist, In Illustrating the powerlessness of figures.  --��������� ..  Good  f ovm  L_ _ __  Wide Apart In Horses.  " Tlio Argcntino lias ns mnny horses  ns people, while Swlti-.erlnnd hns only  .three horses io every hundred inhabit'  ints.  thians 8:0.  Tho Pastor declared that the confu- |  Bioic "which has rent tho Church of God.,  . into    hundreds    of    sects    has .. como '  through neglect of tho Biblo.   Tho con-  . fusion is recognized by ull Christian  pooplo everywhere, but tho causo is not  ���������generally discerned'. "Church creeds are  ���������admitted to be defective, notwithstanding the truths .which they all contain.  Creed flashings' are-tho direct result of  tho'serious errors in .all creeds.  .Realizing this, why _. should not' all  Christians abandon and demolish thoir  'creeds'? They purport to to pen pictures of tho* Almighty God, aud His  Kttitu.de toward men nnd His resultant  plans. No heathen idol is bo grotesque,  ������o terrible, so' horrible, as that which  tho most intelligent Cl.V?dtian peoplo  have portrayed'with the pen. Wo are  all ash? mod' oi: having misrepresented  qvA Creator as worse in His purposes  toward men than tbo vilest of humanity���������a s bad ns .avo knew how to picture  Satan-himself and his'attitude. 'Why  linger longer?, lf Johovah'-be God,'let  lis woTshi'r? Him. If the horrible Ban)  'of lho. Dark. Ages bo no .longer our  God, lei us destroy his ..creed 'images  nnd endeavor to forget them.-' .  _    >  ��������� B.-iv.)oro'r  Constantino.'s Nicene  Creed.  'Afiei'athe Christian Church had for-  . gotten'ihat  the  Master  declared  thnt  His .Twelve Ariostlcs would constituto.  tho .chief foundation stones of the New  Jerusalem, they begun to r.eognizo  tlieir bishops . as successors .. to The  Twelve���������apostolic bishops.' They overlooked the -fact .that' whilo God had  prophetically'told that tho place of-, Judas would 'bo filled by another, this  particularity itself intimated that there  would bo no successors.-.to The.Twelve.  , The renl successor .to Judas, Biblo  BLuilenls recognize in. St. Paul. Through  him 'God hns given "us tho-major portion of tho New Testament, and special-light upon tho Chureli'-'s pnth,  which is to "shine moro and move unto  ship between tho Father and Son, but  ho ignores and? thus disowns entirely  the Holy Spirit as anothor God. Clear;  ly and plainly enough ho - sets forth  time ahd again that tho Holy Spirit ia  thol.spirit, will,' mind, power, disposition, etc., in fullest, conformity lo that''  of tho Father. Thero is no mystery  .about, tho' matter, none whatever.  *' "The Alpha and the Omega."  Our Lord Jesus declared Himself to  bo tho Alpha aud the .Omega of the  Divino direct creation. (Revelation  1:8.) Ho was its Beginning and itg  End, according-to John 1:1-6. Our Re.-  deemer, known beforo Ho becamo a  man as tho Logos, was the Beginning  of the Divine creatioii and tho End of  it in "that, ever after the creation of  the Logos, Jehovah: operated in' ancj  through' Him in respect to all the Stupendous works of creation. His anmo,  tho Logos, indicates.all this; it signii  fies \..o Divine Message, ov Messenger,  tho Ono through whom Jehovah's utterances-: and decrees went forth.  So wo'read in tho Greek, "Intho be-,  ginning was tho Logos, and- tho Logos  was with the God, and tho Logos was a  god. Tho samo was in tho beginning  with the .God. By Him wyero all things  mado that .wcfo ���������jnado_ "and- withuot'  Him -was not ono thing made. And  tho Logos waB mado flesh and0 dwelt  among us, and wo beheld His glory as  the porfeel Day,"    We now��������� see  ' tlmt  ������  tne-. eleven Apostles, beforo they had  becti-confirmed in Apostleship by tho  Pentecostal blessing, erred in choosing  Matthias, whom God merely ignorod.  - Undor these circumstances-,ho bish-  tips rose gradually io power and in-  ���������fyienco as inspired ojncles 'of- God,.  ...ml proportionately, Tho Twelve eho-  (en as the Lord's .mouthpieces to His  t...ureh' lost their influoncoi It was  faciei- to take tho word of tho hi she  Ijian tu search tlio Scriptures at  liwo when 'copioH of tho Bible wero  ��������� l-cry expensive, und only fow wero ablo  lo rend,  Thus.Bible 'fttudy greatly declined  iliiriiig Ibo second' and third centuries,  ���������;nd disputes between Christians and  i.'ioek philosophers lod somo of .tho  di shops in nal-vnmea. Not only did thoy  in.iiiitnin the Biblo touching that Josus  lib* Ilio Son oi' God, and that Ho loft  liln l-lenvi-iily condition and becamo n  (nan that lie might redeem Adam and  hi*   race;   but, not content with, this  imvi went further, and in their' zoa  tho glory of tho Only .Begotten of the  Father, full of grace and Truth."  Constantino tho Trinity-Makor,  Tho Roman Emperor Constantino  saw a vision���������.probably whon wide  awake ���������n.vision of greater prosperity  for himself and his Empiro, by a recognition of Christianity as tho religion  of his Empiro instead of paganism,  which had previously boen recognized.  Por that momont a certain portion of  lho Church'of Christ'had long laborod,  Abandoning tho thought of tho Socond  Coming of Josus to establish Hia Kingdom, thoy desired marriage, or union,  with earthly empiro, thus to be Bot as  a , quoon upon tho throuo of earthly  dominion and honor.  Constantino's influence in Church affairs became great. Ho proposed-the  calling of a council of all tho bishops,  numbering' about ,ono thousand. He  wantod to know why those apostolio  bishops, all inspired with tho samo  Spirit of God, taught so differently,  Ho offorod to pay tho oxpensos of all  tho bishops to the Council at Nico; but  tho majority, fearing that tho Emperor  would bo under thb control of tho Roman bishop (not yot claiming to bo  pope), declined to attend.  Only 384 camo, But ovon they woro  nnablo to ngrce, the gront point of dlo-  .puto being tho ono wo aro discussing.-  Many hold to tho Biblo teaching that  Tohovah is tho Ono Supromo God; that  tho Lord Jesus Christ wbb liis Son  and honorod Agont in fill Hiu oroatlvo  work;'nnd that Ho, having nmnifostod  faith and loyalty to tho Father to tho  oxtent of loaving tho Heavenly glory,  becoming a man and dying, tho Just  for tho unjust, had been oxnltod by  tho Fathor to His own right hand of  majesty and powor,  But the mystification thought of  trinity hnd gainod a hold on some of  the bishops, amongst others tho Bluhop  of Rome. Tho questions at insuo woro  irgued for months. With nil his powerful influence, thn Bishop of Homo  ���������ould not bring tho majority of tho  Council to acknowledge tho doctrine  of tho trinity. Thereupon Constantino  locidod tho matter; nnd tho Niceno  Dreed, backod by tho Emperor's authority and powor, wuh doclarod to bo  iho.Chrlatlaii fulth, and anything con-  '.rtiry to it, heresy.  Yot  bo  it  rcmombcroil   that   only  .bout one-thlrd   of   tho   bishops   were  inroBon't nt tho Council; nnd that thoy  for tho .majority in civilized lands: foi '���������  only of lato .s thero p. sufficiency of edu- j  cation  to  admit  of intelligent  BibU I  study.   What is the oxplnnation of tb������ '  failure to make uso of all these bless- I  ings, favors, privileges and opportuni- j  ties for Bible Study? It is loss of faith; |  as Jesus laid: "Whon the Son of Man  comoth, shall Ho. And the faith on the  earth?"    It would'appear   that  with  more   advantages 'than   nny previous  generation, .ours has less faith in Goi|  ���������nud-lf ss Ivust in the Biblo cs His Word,  The   cnuso  of  this' can   readily   bo  'traced, rnd it appalls us! ,. Our-greAj  institu'iii.iis   of   learning,   bounded   by  our    Bible-loving,    God-fearing   fore'  fathors, have become vorldly-wise. They  have followed tho course of leaving tn  human   understanding,   against   which  wa wero forewarned by God���������that thn  wisdom   of   this  world   Ib   foolishness  with God and will.perish. -  Following tho guidance of so-called  Higher Critics, tho rank and file o.t  professors;of colleges havo lost thoi*  faith, and at tho present time, all'ovoi  .Christendom, are engaged in destroying tho faith, of tho most intelligent  young men ahd women of the world,  Having- lost faith in the Bib.lo themselves', thoy think' they aro doing a  real Borneo in destroying.the.faith ot  others..' Truly, they know -not what  they do'; as tho Biblo declares, the wis-  dom-of bur wiso men has perished;  the understanding of the prudent men,  the wealthy, etc., who govern these, i.  not ���������'apparent.���������rlsiah, 29:14.   -.  With collogo- graduates ' sneering at  tho Biblo, and ignoring Divino worship," except in tho sense , of, drawing,  n.igh_,withi.their_3ipsJ_is_it_any_W-ondei;,  that?tho'spirit.oflthis infidelity is gradually extonding to the masses���������the lean  Electric Sparks.   (i  A new telegraph cablo is being laid  from England to Hongkong, said to be  the largest ever made.  Twelve billion horsepower���������tbat Is  the combined electrical power-output  of tbo 7,500 central ��������� stnlions In the  United Stales. '  Rudolph Drnmbourg, a consulting  electrical engineer of Brooklyn, says,  ho bns about solved tbo storage battery problem. He bns, in vented u single cell six volt storago battery of  from 100 ampere hours up that, lio  claims, is three times more powerful  and two-thirds less in weight than ,-uij  battery ln existence.  Cork Paper,  llnir a million dollars' worth ot corlt  a yenr Is used for very^lnlu paper.  This Is supplied In sheets about four  |ncbe������ wide..by six lo ten long, nncl  nearly nil of H~ nbout 100,000,000  sheets-Is used in nutonnitlc machine*  for applying us tips to cigarettes.  Aerial Flights.  The International commission of scientific aeronautics will hold Its next  trieniiial'meetlng in 1015 In London.  'The roof of the new German hangar  is made in two sections, which are  swung -apart, permitting a diriglblo  balloon.to rise directly from Its anchor-  age.'  Aeroplane manufacture In Germany  Is far from u flourishing condition  financially. At present thero are thir-  ty-flvo aeroplane construction works,  not counting amateur construction, but  In nine out of ten cases-the orders  come from the government and go to  only.two or three leading firms.  __  Bark For Tanning.  Quebracho bark, one of the chliif ev.,  porlsi, of the Argentine, will tau'leatu;  er ni. least three times as fust ostbo  Lmrk of tbe oak of tlio hemlock.  Nearly a million tons ot the wood or tho  dry  extract  are  sent  to  Uio   United  States   aiid   Europe   annually. " Tho  grow tii of tbe tree Is1 of1 the slowest,  and It Is- estimated lhat a thousand j  years"are required for. lt (o reach rna- I  tnrtty. ���������    ,.        , j  Fast Cycling.  An eminent doctor says iliut he has,,  found a cyclist's pulse to beat ns high",  as  250  times  n   mlnule  Immediately  after making a fust mile':   Tbls*'tllus  trales the danger of "scorching."  Table Linen  If you wish your.-.table linen to look  On tho Steamer.  There is just us surely an etlqiiettat  for ;i stemus-hlp us for u drawing room,  uud for tbe benefit of readers who i-ou- .  template n trip on tbo wntor soine of  Iho formalities.ou board ship will bo  talked about, , .  After finding the lowitluii of your -  room und receiving tbo room key fnun  the purser you should Investigate your  biiggnge, and If nny' be missing tbo  cabin' stownrd wlll direct you to ibo  ofllclnl to whom complaints cnn. bo  mndo. lt is wise to find out nny Hub*  "lnndmnrks" ilint will help you In  locating your cabin, thus prevent iug  mistakes nnd ��������� facilitating Journeys to  nnd from your room.  Tho next thing to do is lo s_<-uro  your sent nt tbo dining table. Yon will. '  be given n check, generally, wliich will  place you ln the dining room. This is  given "to tbe bond steward on your  first meal, and unless elinnged .vou '  should take the-Rniwe scat at nil subsequent meals.  Your deck cbnlr Is nlso Important It  you intend to profit by n rest ench dny.  Tbe deck stownrd for n '.slated foe  wlll sent.vou and mark your chair b.v a *  card with yonr nniue written on It. It,  Is unpardonable' (o use smother person's cbnlr regulnrly. for nothing Is so  embarrassing to tbo rlgbtO'1 occupnnt  as to llnd ������ elialr filled nnd to ho com  polled to evict tho mnn or woman wlio  should Imvo one of bis own.  At table It is quite correct to sppnl;  to Uie ones seated near you.; A I'good..  evening"' or "good morning" serves to  break the Ice. it Is also permissible ���������  to speak, to one's fellow . pnsseiigi'rs  ��������� after tbo first day. " U ts very convenient to have somo one Introduce other  nico do not put It through the wringer, J mcn nufl ^Qm^ lM)t Ul0VO ls Bn ,���������.  as It makes creases tbat will not como  out-even if the ciotu be Ironed when (  very. damp. In fact, any clothes that  you wish to look" very., nice when Iron*  ed will-vbe better if tbey are'wrung by  hand.  i  tlriiniPd thnt Ho was tho Heavenly  .'nther Himself, who came down to  rni(h nud took man's iinturo and died,  tbo .I'i'M for the unjust, In their nnxi-  My lo ovcrwln-lin the Greek skeptics,  Ih'.vso Christian teachers involved thorn-  i-jlve-i in n'lisurditiOH, without realizing  It. Those mnklng tho most ��������� absurd  .InlniH npppnr to linvn luul tho greatest  Indnoni'ii with tlio Illiterate.  (Irndiinlly thn trinltnriiui theory was  idvnneodi nnd tho mystification of nny-  liwj thai tho Heavenly Fathor wan His  y\vii Hon, nnd that tho Lord Johuh wnH  Uis own Father, and Hint thn Holy  . Spirit wns nuothor porUm nnd ydt tho  . mme pf-rson, appealed to pooplo who  Si-light to reverence rndst' thoso thing*  tvhich thoy do not \uulerHtnnd,. Thus  lo-cmy  when  ciuestionH  aro nsltod ro-  incctniR tho trinity���������how ono could be   ^__   . iltri'o, nnd how threo could bo oto���������tho j \7^a\ m\ bo coorced Iuto substituting  ���������i iiiBwei- which in given, and which natls- 1 inyHt0Ty for tho Word of God, until  i lo;������ lho ignornnt, Ih, Mystery, Mystery! | ,jl0 Emp0ror lent his influoneo. His  But the Biblo maker no mystery of j j6cyo0 WRn ^ftt Christian doctrlno at  "       i'"" '"* '"' I ihus   defined   in   tho   Nieono   Crood  1 rtiould havo tho prcatigo of tbo wn.  f   c-*  t'-o  T!'-"-,-.'.-p?  and   A  all  hi?  the  educatod? Is'it,-any wonder that thees  who havo nothing in particular to. agh|  from religion except comfort and hope,  bereft of those, caro nothing for Bible  study or for church attendance, except-  to hear tho music or a brilliant ad<  dross or to renew acquaintanceships?  Balm of Giload the Remedy.  Tho ��������� only remedy which can hiiuloi  ���������Jho world from rapidly rushing; on toward socialism and anarchy, in uttct  disrogard of God-and His Divino arrangements, is a roturn to Biblo study,  Nor need tho peoplo bo invited back to  itudy tho Biblo along the lines of Jhe  woeas.   Indood, in order to attract attention to tho word of God, it is nec<  Mflary that Christinas should unito iu  .mashing thoir  creeds  aud  in  tolling  kho  peoplo  plainly that   thoes creeds  [horoughly   misropresont    the   Divino  Dharactor and tho Divino Plan.  . With other Biblo Students,  I  mako  ihis my chief businos in. lifo. - Having  found tho truo Message of God's' Word  lo bo beautiful, heart-comforting, and  lead-satisfying,   wo aro   proparod   to  focommend it  to theirs  and  to  ofTor  thorn-iti holping hand out of tho mists,  ,'ogs,    misunderstandings,    mistranslations nnd interpolations of   tho   Dark  A-gos.    Following  tho  words''of Jesus  dnd   tho   inspired  Twelvo,    nud   the  Prophets of old, wo find that our God  Is a wholly different ono from tho Iiot-  liblo picturo-God'in tho creeds of tho  bark Arob.    We rojoico in tho truo  Clod, and in tho truo Haviour, ��������� and in  iho Spirit of Holiness, which comos to  is as followors of Christ in proportion  |s wo rocolvo Him and His teaching������  'into our hearts and.lives.  .- Town. Topics.  "A city in overalls," says n Now.Zea-  lander-visiting in Pittsburgh. Yep,  The other kind have gone on to New  York.--Washington Post.  ' A New York pnper speaks of Brooklyn  us a "baby carriage suburb" of Manhattan. Then tbo quitude of Brooklyn  Is a myth?���������Louisville Courier-;.ournnl.  Tbo mayor of Chicago ls puzzled to  decide whnt sort of new uniforms to  select for bis policemen: From nil that  we have beard of tbo Chicago1 forco it  might be well to equip some of them  wltb tho kind now being worn by a  number of Now York's ex-flnest. -*  Philadelphia Inquirer.  ice Lined Rivers. ���������  " Soine of tbe drivers .of Siberia flow  over ice many "years old and almost as  solid ns rock. ..A tributary o^the Lena  has a bed of. pure Ice over nine fee*  thick.  A  ;      '"   ,'  "    .'   '  __Van_ill_a nir.hiria.  'formality oil shipboard Hint bridges  many, gaps. Above all. do not overstep the .bounds of good breeding. .Ho  not bring on yourself the censure nnd  ..adverse criticism of others. ��������� 0 ���������  Do not indulge in gossip, unkind criticism ol"-others and be a niilsiince by.  complaining against the nccomiiiodu-  lions nnd service.' This typo of tr.-iv-  eler Is never n,favorite, nnd. lho punishment fulls on his, own liend by tbo  flight of others n't his approach.  -  On the majority of lines it Is not yet  the accepted thing for n womnn to go ���������  - TUe  vanilla  orchid   ls   uow  grow���������  commercially in tbe Island of St. Vln- I  cent,   West Indies, .being 'Introduced j  from the Seychelles.   ,lt grows thero  up to an nltltudo of 1,500 feet, with n  yearly, ruinfall   of   120  Inches.    Tlio.  plants thrive best when planted on I  stems of the tree fern, Cyntben nrborcn,  Lonfl Jumps.  The knngnroo readily jumps  froro  fcixty to seventy feet, . a  lho mnttor.   It novor mentions trinity  U nil, nor anything1 that would givo  inch n suf/gentlon, "' Tho ono toit  fl  John f>:7) which seems to givo a color  ������/��������� .v.m./'i ly l\s iJwui-M ia titin ad-  .tutted, liy nil Hcl'V.lftr* Jq. bo an Jnlor-' !.������0. tl-ii- crqcd would bo horotic., and  -t^i-n��������� .in*i������r, tvnZt ������v������i.i- tint dAvpnth j^e tomiderod In omosition to tb������ Bm-  "   lu "   '"  ort   ef  the  i iubordinnto    ofllcVrs    throughout  Soman Empiro.   All bolloving contrary  leripts, and how tho forgery to gup-  hort tho Irlnltarlan theory was ftd   't������  \y acfompHM.ied,.   "f,5,������"XrrThoro In Ono Ood'.M  The Old Tost-anient Scrlnturea .TOprv-  ion* lho Divino >fosmgi������ or four thoiM������  tnd yenrs, nnd ������ny not a word respect*  In/' the trinity. On thr. contrary, thoy  Jff'-liue, ''Hour, 0 Imr.I, Jehovnh thy  Onil h exit God"; "Thou   '  w l"���������  loathen omporor,  (prinklod.  Tho hlitory of tho j.or_ocutlon of nil  K-ho wouM not worship tho trlnltftrlatt  Est'ry would All volume.,   Ono nad  libation it familiar to nil���������tho burn-  ; of Borvottm. by ffaoft Brother Cnl-  yin > ilgnaturo to tho death warrant.  I������ It any wonder that with such tea-  ._,������������������      Jltlons   provalllng   for  centuries,  tho  limit hftvo   Hiblo Ignored and tho eroodi w������J������hlp'  Gall n Grlovanco.  A Stato ball hnB riiroly boon known  |o bo lookod upon in tho light of- a  triovanco, but this was tho case with  Clio ball Thoir Majesties gavo nt Buckingham Ba'laco at tlio ond of last month.  It is years sinco a bull wns held so lato  U tho ond of July. Tho lady who does  _ot woar a now and oxponsivo dree, at  l function of tho kind is deoidodly "out  ,i it/' so that a bnll moans furtlior ox*  Wulituro on Court costumes at a timo  ���������vbon aocioty womon nro thinking of  kolidnys on ������(,'a and moor nnd planning  'lielr outfltH accordingly. Thero is nn  Igitntion afoot to soeuro tho ending of  iho London Hoason with Juno, and it i������  foped thoro will bo no State function  n July noxt year.  Vtnitorh Voo Young.  Tho pre������ont-day crnzo for tho highor  Kluention of children hn-s roused tho iro  \t Mr, Cecil Hnllott, tho otllcial guido  tt tho British Mnmiim. "I tnkn round  mrtios daily," ho Biiyi, "nnd think tho  ;j_v;uli.-ii .'iutliwrillci bend cl.iMu.-n \iby  iro much too ."oung. It is'rather difll-  ������ult to explain prcnliitorlo spoclmcuB to  livonilos who oro not tall enough to  |oo tho enso unloofi thoy aro hold up.  then thoro locmi to bo no limit to ago.  '.t ��������� aisponei-rntinif, to sny me itiiHt o_  t, to try to loeturo on prchiitorie flinti  Jo a party which Include! lovernl bnbic.  Pert Personals.  Though Mrs... Cfttt wns re-elected  president of tbo International suffrngo  body, no ouo was rudo enough to say  thut she cnine, bnck.���������Cblcugo News.  When Miss Sylvia Pnukhurst is In  prison tbo offlcers cnu't get her to  opon hor mouth, nnd when sho is out  of prison tbo offlcers can't get ber lo  closo it,���������Kansas Cily Stnr.  Sarah Bernhardt snys that sbo iins  retained her youthful nppearnuco bo-  eiiimo sbo nlwnys did just, ns sbo  pleased, lior chief plonsuro seonifl to  havo boon to como to tho United  BtnlcH on farewell tours,���������Now Or.  leans Picayune.  Heat and Cold and Ants.  Ants can stand extremes of heat and.  cold.    Forty-eight hours' "expqsuro to  frost will uot kill Ibem, and one sort  lias been observed to build Its' uest in  chinks iu a, blncksniith's forge.   - ���������  to lfi_~sInol.fi.g rooni with-n man to  enjoy- ber iifter dinner coffee. The  German 'steamers have shown a de-  pnrturo from this'rule if. the womnn  be married, in a party or witli nn older  cbnperon.  It is' uot obligatory to subscribe lo  Uie sen concert, but nenrly every ono  does. Indeed, It is counted in with  your "extrn expenses" these days. If  talented you should be u gracious coir.  Iribmor when asked.  Pigeons of St. Mark'i.  Nothing Is moro amusing thuu to  ivtttcti on u winter's dny tho mnrvel-  oub Intelligence with which tbo pi-.  | goons of St. Murk's, In Venice, can discriminate between residents nnd vis-  llors'lu tbe Grand squiiru of tluil. clly,  lho Piazza of St. Mnrk, Tho moment  a foreigner shows his face in the plnz-  ia tbo pigeons sot upon lilm lu crowds,  hoplug lo be fed. Tbey do not troublo  lho unlives, who may bo sunning thonv  iclves by tho hundred ln tho square.  Tributes to Mother.  A mother ls a mother stlll-tho lioll-  ,-st thing ullvo.-Coleridge.  All Hint 1 nm or hope to bo I owo to  my nngel inolhor.���������A, Lincoln. ,  Mnko much of It while you luivu tlint,  most precious of all good glfls-a loving inotlior.a-.Miicuuliiy.  A mini nover noon nil tlint his molli-  *r Iiiih boon to him till It's too Into to  lot ber know tlmt he hcob ll,���������W. D,  tlowells,  Gonto' Milk,  In ltiiHHlnn und Gormnn hoa'pltuls  for children mucii uso Is mndo of  moatn' milk ni being moro nourishing  .Ium cows' milk nud nlso freo from tiiu  risk of spreading tuberculosis.  A Littlo Bird Told Me.  Tbe words "a littlo bird told mo"  kvo Uiolr origin In.HcelcHlnston x, 20.  "Cur-flo not tho king-no, not ln thy  llimifflit���������find eni'so not tlm rich In thy  tifdcli'ninbor, for n bird of tho nlr sbnll  jiirry tlio volco, Jind tlmt which lin to  i\'lngs Bluill tell the mnttor."  Women and Pockets.  l'lstol pockets In skirts nro tlio now-  M. Next wo aiipposo tliero wlll bo  inilf plot pockets. ��������� rittsbiirgli Dis-  .ntcli.  Tlio pronilso of a return lo pockota  tor women Is sensible, especially when  iccompiinled by tho pnrndoxlcnl ������ncol������  jcntlon that tlioy nro called "pistol  /ockotfi," lieoiiiM) tiio womon \vi*i uul  ���������airy plslola In theni.-Krcliiuign.  HIcIob nnd 8klni,  Tbo TJnlleil Btntos l-s tho world's  crcntest Jinporlci' of bides nnd sIiIiih,  notwithstanding tbo fnct flint It Iiiih ii  turgor ninubor of cnltlo tliun nny othor  country oxepnt Indln, and It drnwB  upon every part of tho world for somo  ot tlio numerous kinds of hides nnd  ���������kins which It requires, Cnttlo, horso,  ���������juffnlo, sheep, gout, pig, kungnroo ond  M'(>n H������li ski"* '"'������ iwi'lnilod In ibe mn-  lerlnl of this chnractor Imported, nnd  io vend oilier niilninls would bo includ������  ^d In Ibo Ilii If Iho intwoft ������lHrm lm  ported wero tnken Into consideration.  Avoid Being Conspicuous at All Times.  The woman who resent.*' n slight impertinence offered likely by some partially intoxicated youth, thereby giving ber escort n bnd half hour In libi  endoav.r to punish (bo guilty,, Is not  doing exactly (lie proper thing unless  Indeed tlio Impertinence hat been too  pronounced lo be overlooked.    Nutter  try tbo method of neither seeing not  benrlng.   The boy or ninii Is made to  understand thnt lho offenso cannot bo  repented, and vory likely no ono else  has known anything nbout It.  ��������� As an nlinosl Infallible rule no womnn gets herself Insulted unless sho  gives cause cither by dress, niiinimr or  (.',-irrlngo.    Men  are   very  careful   In  sucli matters.   U women aro ci refill  not to talk or laugh too loud, never to  drink liquors in public rod nu run Is or  cafes, never by any '���������luiiifo to give a  side  glaiKO or In  any  way  Indlcntc  Hint tlicy wish to be iiolli-cd, thoy may  jjo from one oxlrnmlly of tlio earth to  tlio other In perfect snlVly unless unfortunate enough lo llnd tbeinsclvi"* In  tlio company of Intoxicated and brutal  men.   Kvcii then, ���������liuiild Un-rc bu.uuy  present,   properly   ivnrcd.   with   guud  iuoth.ru,  sIstiM'if,   swi'i'llii'iii'ts.   lo   ie-  member, any hwli ot civility will surely be punished and nhort shrift given.  Hut If n Kill or wniiiiiu inaltes��������� lnnd  roniiirkM, casts about lu-r for looks of  luinilrntlon, telU of expei'lonces In  crowds, nud so on, sbo Is to bo bin moil  should hho bo Insulted by thn Iwhlly  DXpressiHl opinions of mon watching  lier. This Is Indeed Ibo truest t<*������t ot  high breeding and good training to h.  shown. _  ri\������ Groom's W������ddlnfl Expenic  Tho groom has n fow cxpcnsoti tu  iicef. l]o should feo lho clorgynum  for ofllelntlng. Tlio host mnn iiBiinlly  nttouds to this, nnd tbo feo uliould imt  bo less tint it $5,    Jn  fashionable so-  _ arm.,'  ... tther Rods." To keep in 1ln< with }*&, H"������ nie totehliur of the ���������������������������"������  thli dednltCFtat ment, tho trinitarian ������������_y ;������->J������ct������ trerie������plJJ J������������t  iitary claim* that thli oue (lr*������ hu   fight off li It wy wond������r tb.t. wb������>  Boro All the BlgnF.  A minor,   ltavinff a lnrgo   pieco of  ���������ticking planter ov<-r the bridge of i.ih  >ohp. wont into n loi-hl public boat*.  "ibdltjin'."   bo'xdly   iviaiuUA   tho  Undlord.   "going  for   your   liolldoyc,  "Holidnvit   Wint linlidny*!'  "Well, T tec vfin'vfr got your tru_-  Ulxdlnd." r<n.lii-Irihi limllord.  'V.  Solenoo Sittings.  Appnralm by wliich ������a������ Iniiips cnn  bo lighted ond extinguished by wlro-  Ictss wnvoH U n Gei'mnn invomlon.  Por testing tlio Blntcturo of uiolalii n  Gorman nclontlflt lion Invented n micro-  photogmplilc nppnnitiiH which ningiiN  lies 2,'00 bum.  According to ospcrte. Ilio forr<������ of ili������  rotntlon of tho eurlb on tho gyro^'oi.lo  :ompnm which hn������ been ndnpted by  ibo Unltt'd Stntes nnvy \- 201 liuic. a*  't-ctit na lho fuvco of uniguelUai uu tha  i jiuuntUc nwwiU  Frogi and Dooterij.  .) fcurtlvu a preusiiro ot 1300 fit-  fi>os|iiiu.*<'������, but nt 401) ntniosplieroi  ilielr nmnclw. becorno dl������organlr.t-d,  lificterln aro Killed by a pressure of  1,000 ntinosphoreM.  Portion Carptti.  Tho wool of which tbo rcnliui enr*  |iot Js mndo Is taken from tlio liistroiu  vYi-il (it a n'y.'hd bvocl o{ hlicc. cr  from Uio goal, which Is dyed by weans  -,{������������������<*rli'l'i p!������bt'. i".A tbrnbt. It wyu'.d  lip'a cflitilii.-il ul'i'i-j.M.' tot ������CI������0113 t*.  wfuvt> n <ni|n-t I'.'-'oidlnw (o ������ U\JV0-  im-iiii dc-l:.Mi. for a t.uv b.i!* bci-ii miifl*  ty tin- -U..h ^.|������'i Ittllj lm Wilding tW������-  ilety $25 Is considered tlio mlnlniuir  foo.  'J'lio groom should nlno feo (bo box ton  of iho v-imtcti. tie |my������ tor Uio tirhlu'ti  lioihliiet, (ho lioinpiutH of tlio brides-  maldi nnd tbo boutonnlorei of the unborn. Ho sends cnrrlngcB for tho tiHhcr-f  auft provides n cnrrlngo for hlmscdf  i.������.������. v!.\> 'nt-*.'. iu.'iii,    ll������ x-fcvi i.<Vja .-j. *���������  currtngo for lili..Holf nnd wife nfloi  tho ceremony. If tho host rann nn4  groom hnve como from ftnother oitj  tho groom li <mtltlftd to pley tho bo������f  nnd to pay tot Uio Mpooiti of until  Thla U not obligatory pn4 li genernllj  not permuted by the bent vno,  Ot coumo tho llltlo louventra gt������ec  ut tho fnrewoll fllnnnnt of both brtftt  mul groom era pnld for byeaeb rMpec<  tlroly. Thft-o nre tent tbo dny h#fori  (hn wpiWInu by tnrwioin.i'ni If no lOf  cial enlcrutimacnt'- cJvpu. ilf>^i l^^������ii| i^il^  ill^^^fK^i^yjQtllMll^WWMII  (Wfci i  ^--tj^:-__v___iw^cricc������-ai*-_i sttgrwrnir m <a-_npi'an-yf  w.gTwijwmimwg���������Hq1"'  iCl^^fct^iirr m jr.nyWT,WW  5 pee i a.  .cr  4tJ  of Fancy China and Lace Curtains.     All  Odd  pieces ot Chl'nawear at Half Price.  Lace. Curtains at 33-1-3 off.  IIP. DUNNE; TAILORil  *' %t \_ _._,_. ���������: :  -    -       w. I  fa  0  ���������Our Stock of'FURNITURE' and liouse  Furnishiaa- is still the Best in the District  u  ?, e ���������<r-J    i-<^  ft iiiiV    it  ������  ������ furniture More  Mc!>i.ce lUook, A, MoKENNON     Cumberland  ������lwn#-(.riiMi,  tV.-������-#*_>**#.  Ut <tWH.Hl-WWX i^^JWrffM  T.  * ������������j  ���������    .of Nineteen Years  T^i ves  .Lost.,  ]IS9:}���������JmiB Sa, ll.M.S  Victoria .,  ' BDU  ��������� :JSUo- J-.miury BO, Kll.e ., .831  JSO'O���������Juno 1(5, Di'uiniiiniid  -    '     ��������� Castlo  24-7  ^.SOO-.D-'cembi'r  '7,   Siilu'r 2S1"  -JLSyr��������� June 9, Aden .,...,, 92  ���������1SJ1S-���������Jnn������ 2.  Hurgoyny;, .571  :_8SJS -.Oct. 14, Molie������Mii. . 107  isO'j_M������reli 30, ijielUi... .105  iUOl ��������� I'Vln-nary 22,  City of  Is'io de Jtuu-'.i'io. . .'.. 122  ���������iy H���������April 1, Asian. .,,,, 180  '.]'JU2���������May-6, G.ov.ennyrta, 7-39  ' -J001���������J mu- lo, Gw-icra!  .   >SIucuim-  1000  _$fl05���������So]>t. 12, iMikasn... 599  ���������jllK)5-Noy. 10, Hi Ida .... 1B0  ���������I{. 0 f. _Aujriist 4, Sirio.... 350  ,j()0T_Fi';i).'i2,'' Uwlimont 131  J'JO?���������Kis!...;"2l. Uorlin'..., 141  l'J07���������I'Vl.. 24-;   Ijiiporuatrix. 137  =^os^_r>i.'^^ij7;\i^TsrT:inr--300  J!j!iS_Ju!y ���������, Ying King 300  1U0.S ���������N.������v.- 6, Taisli. ....' 150  . J008���������Nnv. S3, Sardiuirt.. J'50  li.KiO���������An;.:. ?-k Coinml������ia 80  jDW���������i'ul..'J, (lord 0!iiin?y -200  5f>]L-!'Vb,2, .yWori..,..      70  1(.L.{���������April 23. A.-ii.-i.       .40  1911��������� Sept,!5, Tiisc-'ipi-J ... HI  11)11 ���������April 2, JC(j.;inli:iiui J50  ]U 12���������April .1.4, Titanic. 1.503  jOltf���������Out. 11, y..liiirno,',. 180  Tlio iilicvii is only n partial list  J. duos noli include tlio Cu'ndor.  jllio (Joliigiw or tlm Vfuturn und  ;ii!iiiy c.tlu!i'������i. It dec., how.  ..i'n:\ gii'o somo idwi of tho f-tti'-  J'nl t-dl o! donlh I'loifi ti'.'iv-vl.���������  ji.M'luiiigy.  _������������> <tfc������ ���������* <���������������  ������  GO TO  HUGS MITCHELL' I  FOR you it  nl Blacksmithin  ���������AND--- '  Th.ird St'.        Cumberl-it-d,  Bvery  Man's  Desire  / JS TO UK . .  ���������������'  &0  c.  ������  V  th  0 Have your Clothes Tailor-Made,  '������ '-������������������"_     _���������.  1 Eastern, Suits made-to-order  ������ -'     '  From $15 to $25     "'  ^  0  u  0  Wood  Wood  Now is the time to place  yonr.,order   for    SLAJ3  WOOD  ������2,50. .-.per doubly load.  $JL50..,..per single load  From The  Star Livery Stables  s.  ������  ^������<S<E-$������������������^������$$<y^<������������^  O  O'  4  OK OUT  f9s  vS ITU AT I ON   WANTIiDby  ;x young girl.    Apply   for   iul'or-  .jimtioii at thi*? otlice.  -a>-  T. I). Mel,u.in and .several  jtj 111 e I'd I oi t this*, week lor New  Westminster a a wilncsses at tin.*  Assizes.  m. O   Hurry Creech ������iul fainily will  jjerivo thi.s wc-clc by auto for Vic-  ituiia.  A hamster will h'.* locatcrl per-  .iinMicnily at Comocnay about  Mi- first, of November,  -11' we could only induce ".Sid  ^ro.ili'' lo lake  a   hand   in   tlu  ii'jxt civic clectpin.s what fun we  would   hav.    \\\\,   would   have  inoie fun than a box <d moiihey.-,  . _������������������������<>������������������������������������  Mr. aud Mr*. J. Harric left  ,thi.s week on a  yisii to Viui'.ou-  .\cr.  " ������.   . . ���������  .\J ������������������';������_���������- M:'; Je^������pl. WMV.ov  ���������Jefi t!ii������ week fpr New Wptmiii  >ter.  )'\>il ilKN'T��������� Y fi.u. IA.. -.'.  jooin. Apply Mrs. Js-nics Ah  jmiii.'!. Mary|)ort Avenue.  for the Milk wagoij  with the Green Box  | FRESH -MILK AND, $  | -VARM PRODUCE . %  <>    Our M.iik is the product    %  <r  %      of the Best Fed Cows  |    '    FRESH   MILK  <��������� Delivered morning& oveuiug0  t I. MARUYA  -*     i-Jis.C>  TIMBER SALK X 07  SEALED TENDERS will be  reeetved liy tho Minister of Lands  not, later than noon on tho 2Ut  day of jSovombei', 10D3, Cor the  imrchaBo of Timhor Liconeo X. 07,  '.'Mvi'i'ing Lot 48-I-, Cracroft Island.  Two years will bo allowed for  the removal of. tho timber, Par-  lii'ularri of Chief Forester Victoria  \h (\  NDTiCM-I U  ].<>roly givon tlmt on tho  'iiHt. <!���������)' at lho ta'ier nott upplio'i'.iim will  mi ii n-lo to tlio Hii|)iM-iiiU'Kiloi't i)f rruviu*  oliil PoWt'i i -r the roncvul nf thn liottl 11-  ni no tiiiull ll(junrfl Iij voUil ia Um hotol  IohiwiJ iih tiiu VVoiullnu .Siii|ii������iii|f I'lnco,  luii'oiit flj'stor Hlvfic in th" provl'ieo uf  iii i������li Columbia.     Axsn; .Wuupuuji.  IWotl Ontoberl, lulll.  U  4Mrr-_iur(<f-������v-*������a^R������wj-_EK-RP(_tf>������������w_n<u-^^  NOTICK<h hwoliy , Kivon tlint mi. the  iind d;i nfy 1/icmbiT next fi|)|(li(.*������li<nj will  liu mnilii to to tlie fiu|jerU.U'_doiit if Vro-  viiiuiiil I'olii.-o, Viototia, for a u-iiuwrd of  ���������hu f j >> tu-I lioonne to <-el\ li(|n������'JH by rot nil  i)'<>li><k>] kuown us tin Cau tunny Houhj-,  il-.utol ut Ci.'iirtwny, ll.C!,  John It!. JouiS'uros,  Oii-od Ofttolmr I, I Dili.  14pM*Mvtnr������i  '    rOll'SALK���������Ypung    Herk-  ���������hire pigfi, also white ones.    Ap-  i    v....     rx.,.:i    n.'/i.T^,.     n^i,.  man island.  -<-r������������������  A   man   ordered    n   dol)nrV  .H'OI'tl) of llleat at O lillte'n- nliop  lu \'.-~ , r.nd ln)d Yiu-m if no  p.ie wns al home when ihey were  FOR SALE CHEAP���������New  Edison Standard Phonograph;  flmwr Itorn erjipped with i'Tiz  it" born ci'iisirncliou. nutomalic  delivfriujj. io pijt fl Mjj-oji^Ij tl.t-ibru-!i n������������d Mtoj>, and ���������: d07.cn re*  hv. h ie When lie go: home hr I cords. Deiuons'intioM at Power  ui'iul thi ii went lijnMi^h   i-.js ; House, Wm. H, Ree.se.  C)  (8  tt  ������  Q  O  I ������������.  ������  pi  /n  'j  $15 to $25  AGENT  FOR  ������  '8  ,8  ������  e  ������  9  *3  6  (-5  Montreal  AND  v  I  CHICAGO    t  ������ i|^5-,.   We ^narnm'-ee style,, fit and workuiauship.     - o'_^ ������  I  #|\ ��������� ��������� D-'itest Modes, fewest Fabric...-:. 250 samples      /M f*  ^v^    .   ' "   ���������������������������������������������������������������        - . vS������  FEED! FEED! FEED  A -largo   stock of. edinrts,   bran, crushed oatB,   hay a  "jioultiy feed for-.ea'lo at exceptionally low prices.  Phone 32  Courtenay  lllll|l|!:illl!!l!!!ili:illlllll!!inillll!!!i!il!i!li:i:illll!KI!!!ill!Illilli:rilllillll!l!!inil!W  OUR STOCK OF  'Cods'  E  is noui" fiitxiost  ���������   Comolete - ��������� ��������� ���������  u_i_r^������_M.3������e_DEr--_vac-_c_������i������.-T_  -.���������<ipTgn.j������ jm me-iijrML-t-mrag-wgC'-.'  MAROCCHI BR"OS  GROCERS? 8c   BAKERS'  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND .BOJTL'N'G .WORKS.,  S2.  r=  and wilfbe all opciK-d up. for inspection on"  fc>'itit.d:iy. Mako your sidc*ctioii8,nuw whilo  tho stock is now and clean -= "n   '..,-' _  ..- Moo's and Ladio.s' Coat  SwcatorF,  Utider-  wear. Hosiery, Children's Ilouds and Hockey  Gap?,   Ladies'   Waists,  Shawls  and   Fancy  ,  Motor Hoods.'  's, Ladies'.4 Children's Hcasc Slippers  ���������Blankets, Comforters, ete.'  I-  u  g  .a  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BliHR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  ���������: \VJn_esAan_d_Li(.uor5, - -  V  SECOND   STREET  u * -   -^ *-.-i   i        *  vnm.tmrvmazznsixam'aKm*'*  ���������I  T  T  X  T  V  I  f  MERCHANT   TAILORS  Ladies' & Gentlemen's Fashionable Tailor  SUITS MAD1C T() ORDJ<;K.   from   #2">   lo *3n for Iho  Cleaning, J-'i'O-sing.ftiid Rejiaii-i.^f.  Davis Block,   . Cumberland*  r  Z  T  T  ?  t  T  r  v  T  T  rmra.wv������cu-_-^nu;w-nn  Get Your Shoes Fised on Time,  It's SToixv G-ain And Mine.  Mtmamrmtmu  Leslie d. Aston  i_*ii-rrnnnirrin-ii'>TfTir-iw>in-���������wrriiTfii  PRACTICAL BOOT  Diancsj-i'iur Avonuo,   Cumborland*  .1  I    THE "IDEAL" STORE   - N������*t\o Tarbbiu-. p  !lll!!!::::!!!l!:iil!l!lli;iii!iliill!llllll!I!il>ll!!hllllilll!iilK!ll!ll!!lli!ll!iH:ii:il',:i:n  VG*0-'-iTC-rT_ Ki'2BU*MriBntrxxwmmjB2*i&'Ttyxz*anT3SieiiKxa  ���������ewptzijiaD-rsutyT^w-'or^afccw-g^ me jwi *  ^\Y.,iii;i!ii!ik;iiMiiiiL'iiiii!Wii;i:;iiH  I  Capital Pdid Up $H,560,000. Roserve $13,000,000  ^.  | DRAFTrf IS-SU-KD "IN. ANY ! CURRENCY, PAYABLE ' ALL I  | ���������' * ��������� OVKll   THIS    WOULD..   -   ' - .  |  1 SPECIAL, ATTENTION paid to SAYINGS ACCOUNTS & i.iiere-n |  I at liipliest Uiirrent Hatt-s allowed on In-pdVits of $ 1 und up winds. I  | OU3I3,3aLWO,' B"0 , B aa3_.,-Opjn Daily "    ���������    |  UNIO^f PAY, B,0.   Sub-Uraneh, Open Tuoadays <fc Fri'diiys    "        g  D- M. MORRISQN, Mannsfsr. I  a  f  roURTEWAY,   ii,C,    Branch,   Opon Daily.  R. H..HARDWWKE, IWanngef,  %:iiiiiii:Kiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiuiiiii;ii!i:i!iiiii:iuiiii!iiii!ii:iiiiiiiiiiJ!i:iiii������^  *5  a  |  P. Phslupps Harrison  i  >i  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR'AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  mx&**4mf*mittmMi*  V. BOJHO^A  ������JB������������������U. V-l* W<fit -WWl-WlJWUgll f ���������*_-JM  .Mm* 1|JM������ W "T4H  ;^_SS_S_S_MK  The  'BSanufac'iiarer of BSIKrEBAL" WATER  i*t������TlWVi������_rJM  ���������.kMttt  CUMBERLAND  P   O. 7.10X 489  PHONE 20....  WMMJMlwMnnK-nafWNW .NHnniMni ������.mmmr.\m,.mjt ������wvwk wt t������  Bffi_-ff-&_������ata ttutt-ssn-so B_s_aic������������Bam,a5rapjnK!i QK__i_cwna!J MaQSPaorcrj ������na������?������_-������oa___  U  YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an watrewKa^^w-i &n������nwjw_.>m_:*-a  icycle  Uf A Pi  I _    l_ R_  su  STORE  AfUSi  General leroliants anil Bakers  "^Wff-^WfHI.ll g.1 _^ J H * * ^tJ^SZ^.^Jt'TTm'JStJSrjy1'!** ""** !lf,l'*^y",**S.y TTT^lt  FBUIT, OANDY ETC*  P. O. Box 262 Cumberland, B.C.  88RB*g*^^  You nevrr J(now tlie  true. t\blInratJon ol  motoreycllnd till you  rido the Indiou���������  cspeolnlly tho 1913 Indiou.  The new comfort fenturwi  mnlie it moro than ever Ibp  perfect niotiTscycle. Vibro*  tion and jollitifj don't eStit,  Power, 9need ond Endurance iin*rtunfe<J  by any other motorcycle. Coiti next lo  nothini, to mnlnfnin. Finiier to ride Uun  4 bicycle.   Need* no tfargjjc. (.  'Mn ii ii ������������������ _r���������inn ttnmmw itviimmmim.  Thos. Plimley  739 YATES STREET  VICTCLU/,. b. C.


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