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The Cumberland News Feb 25, 1914

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 THE BIG STORE  ONK of the most popul  ar sell in  g lines of Cor  sets in the 'Dominion  m  The  guai antee  Corset   with,  a  .behind  pair      ��������� _'  good  every  The Corsets   to  suit   every  .   kind   of piirse  #r^#Canada" Pub  listed A. D. 2933���������  Exercised Over  Publication of Vancouver Author  The ��������� Corsets to suit   every  figure  We have heen fortunate   in  securing the sole agency for  these   Corsets   iu   Cumberland'  For Infants,' Cbildrens, Mis  ses aud badies-the D. & A.  and. La   Diva   Corsets   are-  correct.  1 SIMON lEiSER& Co:  ,  LIMITED  .,,  (    DmiRmmr.Avon.no,    IMIOKEiJK, CUMBERLAND  Chapter I.  '���������Famous. Places    and   Famous  Men."    '  Canada���������A vast fertile couliu-  . eut, lying to the south of  the north pole, and  to .the  north of the south pole, now  inhabited solely by Orientals  Cumberland���������A city, famous  for its somnolence, paved  avenues, election rows aud  antipathy to electric meters.-  The inhabitants tumble .to  afford laying' the ' streets  with the usual paving ma-  material, got busy and paved all streets with old booi.%  corsets,' brickbats, tin ��������� cans,  and defunct cats. History,  relates that the inhabitants  hit ou a unique . scheme to  save , the.,, cost of'lighting;'  ,lliey allowed garbage and  filth to accumulate since A.  D, 1896; citizens, were there  by enabled to smell their way  home cyi*pitch  dark nights.  SirRiciiardMcPride���������A. great  statesman, noted for hi^evu-,  ly hair and lor his ability' to  '���������view with indulgent calm!!  everything and everybody.  U. S.  A." Stevens���������A ,famous  ' 'mule nurse of the U.-S,������������������.A.r-  (MACFARLANE BROS., LTD,  "the SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  _. -^ *rf^.  .   {f'O'i'W , .*���������  Ohui*uh Entertainment.; fnncy and,'u?eful article--, templing  ���������.��������� - candy iioolliH,   pr������Uc-d pbi'i'le.  with,  given ou  numeroug  iinihsement   a;trncti n-<  and ddimily. * pre ad .afternoon 'tea  table.*.    The ladies in ebnrgo look-  ,     11        .  ed vory uttraciiye'und in wii-,nmj������  and graceful manner pre.scd their  wares with g.aiifyina tesulis  Tlio ihinro-11* night was very largely attended imd very much enjoy  ed     ll waa u ii cd hul, happy com  p.my  who wended, iheir   way  to  their vaiiums homes ut its iloi-o.  ' mv; was'blown nito,Oanadi-  au politics by a 'TexasTbib-..  The entertaino.ent'  Thursday night, under, the   aus  pices of Naramata   Bible  .Class.  Aiiiet with a, raptmdus leccniion  fi'om anaudieuce that- crowded  the church to its'ulmost capacity-  The .opening number was a vic-  '���������linsolo;by Mr.J II, McMill' i,nc  compauied   hy Miss I'Vaiut1', and  was received with  delighted   ap  .   previa lion.    The entertaining lit  tie play, 4v An Old Time Ladies'  Aid-Meeting at Mohawk ��������� Cross  loads,".was presented'' by the  ladies of ilie church, wlio were  wearing cos Mi in es and bonnets  of the"3-style worn dining l)jc  Mid-Victorian period. The la  dies played their parts with  much spirit, and ability. _ Tho  parts were all most admirably  sustained, Mrs. C. J. Partiham  uuderUldn^Uie role of the char-  iniug but TiuJsy hostess, who,  from time lo lime made, many  eUver local   hits which   caused  , mucii amusement. While^her  moiher,   Mrs Cameron, umdea  " typical old graudjua' at ibe spin  ninjj wheel. Many envious  eves were east at some of the  v y old valuable articles "worn.  particularly   lhe   ha 11 cl s 0 m e  Paisley s h a wl wo r u  bv that, kindly faced old lady,  '���������Mrs. Scott," Mis [Uev.J Hood,  also tbe vory long beautiful gold  chain wont by the handsome and  business-like-' president, "Mrs,  Smitli,"Mrs. [Or.] MncNaiiKh-  1011. For lack of space we are  'luinbli'to fjb'e a ������������oie detailed  account of the complete caste, lu  -which twenty six ladies took  part. Although well known,  this play had never been present  cl in this ciiy before    The pub  \\r Will hni'i* an opportunity nf  l.pftThifj \\. x\v>*\\\ next Vvtdtvy ov  cuing,' when the ladies will play  at Bcvau.   Was Great Success  The 13m ar'anJCindinilla 1'anco  hold by tho momhori* of Holy Trinity Guild on Shrove Tuesday was n  decided bukk-oh. CumVorlii' tl Hull  n v an oil a vtry iiuinulwd uvyiotr  a nee ail afiowoon oh the nun 3 our  j������iiio(i3 winded hoir*������y ihroufch  tbe artistic and veil Utkn nail.1- of  Vancouver, Feb. 20.���������Three  masked bandits boarded a Great  Northern train near Burlington  to.'Uiyhl and being resisted iu  their a'tempt at robbery, shot  aud kill-id T. S, Wads worth, R."  I., bee, of Seattle, aud li K  Adkinsuu, of Vancouver,  The bandits are believed to  have bonded the train at Bur-  liugtmi," and proceeded to j>o  through the coaches robbing lho  passengers while the train was  in nioiioi:, Wadsworih, I^ce  aud Adkinsou grappled with the  robbers, whereupon the latter  whipj ed out automatics and com  uumoed shooting with deadly ef-  l'oet. The Ihree bandits left lhe  train together. A posse i* ou lhe  trail of the fugitives, and a >;pe-  ci il train has been sent out with  icinfcroenieuts,  A reward of $35,000 ir. offered  for the capture of the bandits  aud murders.  The Cqniox Ubci'ul Association recently re orpanixed ��������� with  the following officers aud executive:���������  Hon. Pres.Sir Wilftid Umr-  ier.  . Hon, Vice-Presidents, HA C-  uic\v������U-'i j. W. Alcivciizie Sr.  joa. McPhee.  President, J. W. MvKenzicJr.  V. Presidcut, W. J. Watch-  oruc,  .Treasurer, J, 15. Aston.  . Orgaiwcr, H, M. McPhee,  ���������Rxccutlvc���������0. Ardlcy, R. Kn-  gland,  A.  Ledinjjham,   lb   I1.  K-raurc, J. II. Parkin, J. Ander- i  ton, Wm. Ui'Icve, R. M. Mc,r)ou-|  nM, T/Kius.C.ifre I). \Y '-n- -.1 '  ��������� uado and who reihained win.  -   d.y until hik ;��������� political death,  which,  occmred iii. A. 1).  Hon. Bob Dodgers--A great  politician with peculiar ha  bits, Historians, relate that  whenever ,he visited any  towns the inhabitants hastily locked, iheir doois aud  windows, chained the kiteh  en range to the chimney,  and hid the garden rake'un-  der,the house,  DlCKii? Dowdau,���������lTamousskater; introduced and made  famous ''Tango Skating."  W. IJow-wowskk.���������-Law Lord of  British Columbia aud ri^lu  hand'man of Sir Richard  " .McPiijle, riitid to be the re-in  carnation of Napoleon. Became ofleuded because a  vulgar politician called him  a ''Tinpol Kajioleon," and  had the off\mlei decapitated  CONSKHVA'nvl'GoVKKNMKNTa--  Inventois and sole users of  the ''Steam Kullern procesj--.  Charmj? J)ai.ton-~ Originator  of the "Ualton Tango Cock  tail,'' Said to have been  bribed by tho medical fraiei  nily aud the uudei lakers t;������  concoct the same,  POLICBMAN WANTL'.l).  Applications fer the position ol  Policeman for the City of Cumberland, wiU be received by the  ,.,While fitting in our "editorial  shnetum," enjoying u   genuine ci-  gtif  (''Comox   Manura,")   which  one ol! out* m.tny friend, in a fit of  iilisentmlndedness  hud   presented  tb us, ono of our valued subscribers  strolled iu���������we refrain from  mentioning his name, every  time  wo hear or see his name iiv" print,  ,it makes usjiiad:   it   brings'  un-  pleasaiit recollections tli.it ho owes  OU yeare, more...or  loss, .suhserip-  tions, and the, only timo  he   over  paid U8 any thing ou account,   was  ���������eome ton years ago,   when .taking  .advantage of our trusting and uu-  sophisticated nature,-' he   induced  us to accept a down or so eggs, <������f  doubtful virtue, and  wo   remember to this day,lh������ blisters we acquired digging a six-foot   hole to  .give the   muho    sanitary ��������� burial.  y,lowo\ei', lhe.aforesaid subscriber  Jtftor up'setting,a  font   or, so of  typo and expectorating  a dozen or  so, times on our carpel,  or' to  be  accurate; on the place  where  our  carpet will be, if wo ever got  oi.ie,  volunteered   the information   that  lie had read in one  of  iho -Vancouver newspapers, an  article,   to  tlio effect that one' of tiio leading  legal lights of that city had   written a  book,   copies  of  which, he  had     distributed'  "amongst    -his  friends..   Wo.butted   in   at . this  ^tag(i___L___.Q_*ttiine-Hiid���������reminded-  our subscriber-friend  that though  I 1 his was perhaps a novel way of  gelling even'.on one's friwiids," yet  1)10 practice of distributing - punk  cigars *\vas more simple and every  bit as effective. Without appreciating .our ��������� clever remarks-'lie  said, in-a nasty and insinuating  way,'that all papers which oould  bo called newspapers had printed  sonitithing abi.nu the book and had  praisod tho, author's ' clover ���������remarks regarding "nature" and  llmt the aui-hui' allowed, laid down  01. otherwise) boldly asserted,  "that if nature had intended num  to bc prize fighters, wrestlnu< or  high jumpers, they'would have  been endowed with tho physical  properties ol: nn elephant, grizzly  beiii', or ft Kangaroo,"  This . astounding philosophy  completely squelched ns, and wo  murmured iu n'ply that, wc sup-  pnsud that 1 his was true, and that  if ''nature"   had  intended   us   to1  We arc now placing in stock our  New Spring Supply of fresh, up-to-  date goods in all departments,  See our arrivals of all  Silks, Velvets  and  Dress Goods  Call and let us explain how you  can- obtain a     ,  FREE PATTERN    1  of the   Ladies'  Home   Journal   Pate- ������  erns.     This offer poo cl for one   week ,V  beginning February 23rd' / f  Our stock ���������-���������of Embroidery,   Silks f  and Crochet Cotton is now complete. 'U  its the Latest  We Have it  1  swrn.  ho  Iioni'h'tful  old (lamo  wmild have mpplied us with  (a-eiiles and lin:*.; and those who do  siicd to Hit about in an nernpliuui  would huvu been liggml with  wings at birth, iiistoad of niter  dnutli,  Wo also  luiggohiwl lhat  if na  ttii^ff^isBiieatsm  '- MACFARLANE BROS.,  LIMITED  THE CORNER STORE'  ning., over iii  and dogs on  our  to go galivanting around the country at ninety miles per hour, run-  10 stray chickens  main avenue,  sho would have mado, lniilt or  athorwise constructed tho hereinbefore mentioned gas.bugs,> so  that at iheir birth they would  have sucked or otherwise imbib.  ed giuolino from their nnrcing  bottles instead of milk.  _...___-.���������__���������_���������.  Old Time Ladies' Aid Meeting  at Mohawk Crossroads, will be  presented at Hovan on Friday  evening.  IE it costs hit wen u two und  three hundred dollars to become  president of a Conservative Association* how much willit cost io  bo elected to the provincial login,  lattice 'i In our opinion, it wil!  tako ono month's output of n distillery and brewory, tho farm, and  all the money the wifn \>.\e, in tho  '���������long stocking," and perhaps  get badly left in tho end, But,  polititians will'sacrifice a lot for  tho {^ood of tho people {i)  Police Commissioners will  meet on the evening of March  201I1.  lure had   luternlcd  gut-ohm?  hugs  Mn). J. J. Wier will leave jVp  Chilliwivek on Saturday, imd will  be awuv forteveial weeks.  Tho Ambulance Cli^s will un'''-  fi'om S to !) p, in. Monoay*: .i.ml  Wednesdays iu Iho pulie  echv..''  \^  AMPBELLS  ���������t**a A n *���������/*! .  .* t.*l*s t,iti  ..... .1    M.     i        T    .    1,  tsalivry eighty d'dlars (S80.00)  per month and oue suit of clot lu ������  per year.  Applicants lo furnish tcstimo  mala nml stale eNpciieucc; dullest lo couiinuncc April 1 si, 1 ��������� ,> 1 -4-  A. McKin.nun*.  / ���������.-,    ���������"*������  v .:, .. u 1...  Ciiy Hull.   Frb.   24th.   vv,...  ii  1  1:  1,-1  M  VV--' are .showing thin week a .compltitu range   of Spring and Sum- j  mer Dress Goods, compri.sing:--Tweeds, Cashmeres, Ratines; Bed  , ford fiords, Serges, Poplins and Panamas.  ?i|u'ciiii value in .14 inch iwuul, suitable for children's school witar  at 40c p&r yard  Choiai f.dcctions.ol exclusive paiierns in 32 inch width, fast color English  Prims al 7 yards for S1.oo i]  Anderson Famcus Ginghams in small, large checks and Plaids at 7yds for $1.00  Crepe Cloths, Crcpons, and Riplets, in plain and fancies - Ducks, Piques, Vesting*,  Wraps, Cliambreys, Organdies, and Spot Muslins. The season's styles in Lartiej' and  Misses' Dresses.   Complete range of Misses' & Children's Colored Dresse-i & Pinafores  i  %^^/*N>A>M^N  .is, 0. Ashci'ilc'lter, R Carter.      i ^i������-b:il.mil, Ib i\  CAMPBELLS  ffi������*������'l/.7fZ2Zl<Z:}XZ-Zr^^^  iwzrvsam ^r^A^lT^^^MaSSJ^^gMaii^X^i^  THF, -NEWS. COT.tEKELAXD. B. C.  e  A Debt;  Discharged  JI. Diibcc loft .'br fie Contln  S.    Gold   nr  By Edgar Wallace  Ward, Lock    & Co.,-  Limited  Londor,  Melbourne and Toronto  1 (Continued)  CHAPTER I.  Heldor Tells Tales  ft wns l-adlos' ninlit nt tho Terriers  and  tho  street before-t.ho big  club  Iioufo was (ilK'il wiih luxurious motor  e.U'H, for tho Tmrlors is a. fnost ftish-  ���������  loiiuhli! club, mul. kadli-i*.' night marks  tho opmvlnn; oi the   Benson,    though  thoro  ;u;i.  r.oiuo  who  vainly  linafiino  Mint lho, liiiuiess of (lurdinorii's hull  Innuguriuos tlmt puled of strenuous  ������ festivity.  Tlm Hi-ont plUnrod hall wan irrocog-  nls-'-iblo to tlio crusty habitues of lhe  club; though 'hoy wore not lln-ro to  rooojsiilso li, for thon? was a section  ��������� of tho Terriers who solemnly cursed  this   Ladies'   nigh l,   which   meant   u  week's inconvenience'   to    them, the  illRlnrbniioo of Ilio -mootli current..oC  their  lives,  lho turn In-,  of  tlio  nml  rooms; into supping pinery and the in-  troduc'ilon of now waiters.  Dm. to moat of Iho Terriers, Ladies'  nlglu wns something I. look forward  to and something to look back upon,  for here assembled not only all that  was greatest md most beautiful in so-  e.ioty, but brilliant, men who ordinarily  had neither time nor inclination Lo accept Uie Terriers' hospital!!;-,  li. was a pouring wet   night   when  .   Wontworth Gold ascon.'.ei" tho marble  Rteps of tlio club, mado slow progress  through  (he 'throng  in the hall  and  reached (ho cloak-room io deposit his  hat and cloak, and his "i.cvitable galoshes.  Wontworth Gold wns a man who had  unusual interests.     Ho was au American of middle height, clean shaven,  with hair parted  in  tho  middle and  brushed back In (he alylo of jcunesse  dorcc.     Ue imd shaggy eyebrows, a  chin blue villi .-having, and he wore  pince-nez,   behind   which   twinkled   a  pair of groy eyes,  'lie w.'.s not ban.'some, but ho was  immensely wise.     Moreover, he was  the 'typo, nil hor ugly than plain with  whicli women fall easily in lovo.  Ilo was Aimricnn, and admitted his  sin with a prido whidi    was . about.  throe cerfts; s".������ort of arrogance.  He lived in1 England and liked the  ��������� English. ,    ITo said this In ". tone ol!  ��������� Bood-naturcd tolerance which suggested he was'trying' to humor poor creatures whom fortune- had   dental   the  privilege of birth in Shus'..-*, Pa. And  __io______J___menselv popular, because he. ,  "was reallTTliiTCFIcnTamrTcnn  ican.       ills    groat, grandfather    had  li caved a brick at Lord Cornwallis or  something of tl.o sort,  md in such  soil as thin is pa'.iotism sown.  . Ilo did not ,/avo little flags, he did  not we.ir a pork-pie hat, nor had his  tailor, by the ail of cotton-wool and  stiffening,   gi-.-o.    him   the   athlelic  shoulders which arc the charm of col-  lego youth inii'. ainiu** Paris.  What Gold did for a living beside  playing auction bridge at the Terriers'  nfub'few peoplo know,     lie called at  tho Embassy onco .or twico * week for  loiters.     Sometimes lie would call for  those letters at'threo o'clock in tho  retary.  morning, and the  Interview him in  pyjamas,  Thoro was such  t.ho president of a  Ambassador would  his  .-.mbassadorial  an interview whon  small but hilarious  South American Republic .'o.cido'l on  regressive j.ct.ion with anothor sm'all  nnd equally aggressive nation witli a  contiguous border line,  Tho chronology of tho di.y In question'rimy'bo. tin- tablunted.w  r>.!'.0 p.m., Hy. Goiibo do Silva (private  feerctnry to 11. Vj., t.ho president of  Furiria. arrived nt tho Carlton.  ri.UO. M. llubec (agent, of tho Com-  panuie iVArtillorlo "ilolgiuuo) also arrived, and was closeted with the sec-  8.00,   Tnoy dined In a private room,  fl.OO  ent.  2,00 n.m.   Wontworth  rived at tho Embassy.  G.00 Senor do Silva visited by .Inspector Grayson (Special-Forolgn Section of tho Criminal Investigation Department) .  0.00 a.m. Senor do Silva left London In a state of groat annoyance for  P.M'lS.  ll'M a.m. Inspector Grayson and  Wontworth S. Gold mot by accident on  tho Thames1 Embankment and solemnly exchanged winks.  Wentworll. Gold xnt a professional  busybody, it was' hit business lo  know and he know. And much that  ho knew ho ltopt lo himself, for ho  had no conPrtni.t. Ilo had no ofllco  ami kept m clerks, occupied no ollicial position, though ho carriod In his  waistcoat pocket, a littlo silver star  which hnd a magic effect upon certain Individuals; ho hai tho enlroo to  all the lnst people, he was sometimes  seen in the company of ih worst, and  he knew things.  lie came back io iho hall, passed up  the great staircase nnd loam over the  balustrade to enjoy tho spectacle afforded below,  Ilo noticed lhe Uusslan ambassador  with ills beaut ITu' daughter, and  caught "tiio eyo of the Charge ^'Affaires of Italy; ho saw Mrs. Granger  Collak sweep into tho halt wiih her  attendant train of young men, and  wondered in a leisurely way what extraordinary gift, women had, which enabled thom to come straight from lho  mire of tho Divorce Court t~ faco the  scornful glances of other women.  He saw Comstock Pell and ltopt his  eye on him, becauso Comsiock Boil interested him very dccply-ajusl then. A  tall young man, with ahandsomo fire-  cian'faee and broad shoulders, be stood  out a conspicuous figure among tho  men. lie was clean shaven save for a  slight moustache, Thore. was a touch  of groy at hi.; temple w'.-lch made him  interesting; reputedly very rich and  unmarried, he was the more interesting still to the women folk.  Gold, with bis nl.ow o������i the balustrade, his ringers idly clasped, looked  at him curiously. Thore was a strange  sternness about this young man. who  returned the greetings which wore  showered on him with liUlo nods.  Thero was a dip at tho corner of his  mouth and lines about his eyes which  should not havo bee*, characteristics of  ono who had hardly seen lv-. thirtieth  birthday.  Bell slopped to speak witli a group  which gavo him a smiling greeting,  but only for a little while; then ho  passed into tho reception room.  Very curious, said Mr. Gc'l,- meditatively.  What is very curious? asked a  voice. ���������      .   ��������� .  A man leant over the balustrade at  his sido.  Hullo Holder! said Gold, does this  sort of thing attract you?  bow  His  was  Especially 0:1 Fo-ohond and Chin.  Asliamed to Go Out,   Cuticura  , Soap and Ointment Cured In  Month and a Half.  MVMIIUan HU, Oil Clly. On!.���������"My fano  wis mwly wm.rod wllh plmplw. en/ior'tolly  on my forehead and chin, Tlm troublo lio.  Finn wlili plinpl(a<i nnil'I'Ir.rl'liPnd'' mid tliero  wero times I Ii'IminIiimiii .1 (n ko wit, Tliey  wem llltlo red lumps mul then fesiercd and  I lii'iieezed (lm iwilltT oui.  ��������� "I rubbed on dllTiTi'M, remndlim, -������������������  finlvo and Cream but tlmy did no  r.'XMb Then I ri\w tho advertIsenu-nl, of  Cuticura Knnp nud Ointment mid Kent for a  rauiplo. J koo It and hc;mn uslnj? Uiem mul  In u wrelt'n (Into I noticed a dimmr. 1 m--.ii  tliOKilinplouf Cutk-iira floap cud Ointment  mid ono hex of Ciiilonr-i, ointment from Um  ilniff fit nro Willi (lie Ciiili'iiiu Bonn, hi n  month nntl a hiftt tlio pimplcM und black-  Iwwli wewwormnmi I mn ciimnlefelvciired."  (blKiicl) Mh_ Lydia Mi'llwili), .Mny 'M, 'in.  ���������VO'.'i" luitimiji fi.DfI1,.-,���������ji,i-,/���������������������������;,.' i,./.,*Uii  jo v������cll i.iiIh il f_r<'li a'n-lns unft pmir.vluji iho  ������kJn tun] hi'lr cf liifnnti uml children at  rmlcuraHo:\p. Its ulisoluto jmrity nnd rc������  froshlni. I'rat'rnnco nlono avo enough to  recommend It ohovo ordinary .Un ko:i|>s.  Imt tliei'OUlCiitlOvii ni11ut.,iinii.iw\K;.-.ieni,,vi������  yet cllcctlvo ci������.m_nt proj"jv',ien, derived  jcom Cun....-* 'jziumn. wl.icu ,;;.::r ;<..  moit vuhmblo In ovcrcoinlim a tetideney to  dlstronlns cruptlotm and proinollnit a nor*  mul condition of ������kln and hnlr luulilt, A  fclnwlo cnlio o(, Ctiiliiura Sonp ami bQX  nf Cuticura Oliitir.va', wt often cultlclonft  when all cLso liaa fulled, Sold by drusBlst*  and dealer.? everj-nhew. l.lher.-d vtimplo of  each iaaJU'4 fi������. nlfh ������������������'���������-���������p, Ekln-U<mk.  AAftren imt-cnnl rotter Druu ti CljQaV  Corp., JJtjit, D. lloslon, U.(J. A.  W. N. U, 082  it is interoslins. in a wny, nnd In a  wny it bores one. You were saying  something was strange; whnt. wns it?  Gold smiled, took " his pinco-no.  from his waislcoi'". pocket, fixed Uiem,  and scrutinized lho other closely.  Kverythlnr. is'struiiRe, !>- snid, lifo  and tho incidonrs of .life; pleasure nml  tho r.-.nrch for plensuro; iimbition;- folly, all theso, judsed from a normal  standpoint, aro strange. ��������� As a mnt-  ter of fact. I did not say 'strange' but,  curios, but, the word appplles.  The other .man w:,s also unmistakably America;:.' Tic was tall, but. more  heavily built than Comstock 13ell. ITo  looked as If he loved good living'; ho  was clean shaven, and his faco wns  plump; ho bad that red cnp.M  mouth which most men detest,  forehead vas bald and bis' hah  short and curly.  Cornelius Holder was a popular figure In,.London. Ilo wat ro ready to  laiiRli nt peoplo1!! jokes, had a fund  of Rood stories, and was au counmt  with most gossip which was worth suppressing.  What is tho norn.al standpoint? he  asked with a smile.  The standpoint of a man who is not  Interested, said Gold.'  I giifiss that, is ilot you, said Uio  other; you aro interested in everything; a man was lolling mo tlio other  day lhat you know roro about lho fnii-j  ny old politic of A iropo than the  American amhass'ii''))'.  Gold was sllon'r, and turned as';.'.-,i  to siirvoy the crowd.  Uo did not like llo]('..'i. /.nd ho was  a mini who based hln I'lsllkos upon  solid foundation..  Uo wnt slleit for three minutes  wiit.fiblTi;: ibo moving- crowd below;' a  bubble of pound, 111 tic Kplinl buisls of  light laughter ecmo up lo lilm. Onoo  lio hoard bin nam mentioned and  smiled nomowhi.t nmr.sodly, becauHo  lm wns n mar. Inlensoly auu to of hearing, us pooplo had found to tholr Borrow.  Hid yon seo Comslock Moll? nsked  Holder f.uddeiily,  Yes,   ri'Pllf'r.  Gold,   without  tiiklng  his eyes fron'i tho Iloor.  Uo looks worried, doesn't lie?  Gold shot u swift glunco tit tlio othor.  Dues lie? lie Mid.  T thought so, mild  rather curious how  nienpp wealth, ruch  with  ovory ndvanta  can have, should bo  T have hoard of mich ens'  Gold r.rlljr.  T wus ItilMng'io Vllllrr do Poiiilo'llio  other day, wild Ilelder.  tl..1..1. .".." 'AA hOnnHnn* ho know  Uml 1hlf\ wna no Idlo con vomit Ion  which tbo incident ot Mio inoimn.t l.ml  provoked. Heldor had sought him  out tk-lllirr'at'dy nud Imd something lo  r.riy, and tlmt conir'thlng was ubout  CrtinnlfK'k Uoll,  \';;. ���������" r. '.-aH''." vlHi whom? \\e  tlruwlod.  vvlth VllUcr ile Conitc. You know  him, T pappose?  Gold know do Gonilo; lio waa chief  of the Pari; iMrctlve force, It wns  no f:?:a;;;cvation to flay tlmt CloUl Know  him ar, well ns ho know lils own brother; but .tlioro wore many renrohfi  why be ,'diould not nppoar to bo ac-  rpmintrd \\M\ bim.  No. Il Mild. I don't think I know ibo  igpntlomun, tliouRh tlift rnme Beenin familiar.  ] (To be Cftiitlaucd)  Good Tcmperio Turtles  Placo a number of different klads  and sizes- of turtles in a small spaco  and tho forhearnnco which is exhibited might well bo a lesson to men. flig  and litUo will crawl about, heedless of  each other's comfort or security from  harm. A small painted terrapin, for  instance, will clamber solidly ovor tho  head of a vicious snapper, tiiul tho  chances .tr_ that tho litter will merely  duck its Load "or move to ono sido so  that tho claws or the forme, will not  injnro its oyes. Thoro seems at. euoh  limes h look of patient resignation or  sullen submission, which, would immediately chango to savage resentment and fierce attack if a man mado  a .hundredth pait o* tho commotion.  Thoso creatures appear to bo able lo  distinguish between 'no offense 'meant'  and intentional mauling, Whllo Uiey  submit lo Iho cue, thoy will light ovor  lho other,- if light bas not boon previously thrashed out of.them.  A Story of Labpuchere  Labouchcre's popularity at Frankfort, according to,his own account as  given In 'Tiio LIL-of Labouchore,' rested on a very simple basis. Great llritaln was represented at tlio dice by Sir  Alexander Mulct, ono of the mpst popular chiefs to bo found in the service.  Hut 1 wns even more appreciated  than my chic;, ho would' relate, and  this is why: Sometimes ''there was a  ball at lho court which we wore expected 'to attend. Al my first ball  supper 1 found myself next, io a grandee, gor/jeous In star? and ribbons. The  servant*-camo to pour oui. cl.airpngno.  T shook' my lend, for 1 detest champagne. The grandee nudged mo end  said, let him pour it out. Tbis T did.  and ho explained to me that our host,  neverKgavo liis guests more, than one  glass. So you see. if 1 drink yours 1  shall have two. After this there used  to bo "finite a struggle to sit near mc  at court suppers.  Professor Munstorbcrg ha^invenlo.l  a machine \vhic'\ indicates whether a  man is telling ihe truth or lying,- If  it. comes into gonGral ifso diplomacy  will havo to bo' re-established on a  new basis.  You can't make vcry"j_ro!Tl progress"  with your own wor''. when you givo so  mucii gratuitous oversight to your  neighbor's.  Some time; ago a, notorious character  in the north of Ireland was sent to  jail for two months. During tho timo  of his incarceration ;-, false report got  circulated about the village that he  had died in jail.  One day, after conu ig our. of jail tho  priest, mot him in tho street.  Woll, Pat, said   tho   clergyman,   I  heard you woro dead,  "  Oh, sure, I heard It. myself, replied  Pat, hut I didn't believe it-.  We are a liu*. time learning tho art  of living and uometimos miss it altogether, but dying just seems to come  naturally,  Pen Picture of ,/ohri Paul Jones  John Paul' Jones waB something  more than a sea lighter. Aftor his  great battlo he-know brilliant days In  Paris, whero Queen Mario Antoinette  paid him aitemioh and invited him to  -sit be.lde hor-at tlio opera. AK the  great ladies ran after him, and quite  a fow lost tholr hearts to him. An  American womau who uio'c him in Paris wrote this account of 'him, Uo  Js -small of fctaturo, well proportioned, _oft in lils speech, easy in his address, polite ia his manners, vastly civil, understands..all tho ollnuotto of a  lady's toilet na p 'cctly aa ho, does  fho mast, sail and rigging of his ship.  Under nil the appearance of this softness lio is bold, enterprising, ambitious and,active^  Stopped His Talking  In the memoirs of Id lluiig Chang  tho groat Chinese viceroy, commenting on his visit to Russia, refers to  tlio manner in which tiio czar and all  tlie high officials appear to bo surrounded by would 'ho assassins, 1 do  not think I would llko },o exchange po  sit Ions with tho czar ovon to have tho  fino czarina, as wifo and my choice of  tho rarest (ca, says Iho statesman. 11  adds (ho following anecdote, which  scows lo show that ho would havo  boon riuiro at homo in tho atmosphere  or assassination which ho, believed to  exist in St, Petersburg: Onco In Tionl-  sin a low follow camo into my court'  yard and told iho banner captain in  charge that he intended- taking my  life, lie had a long pieecof wlro and  said be was going to hang mo fo my  own gateposts. I had . o havo his  head cut off boforo he. would stop talk  ing.        '  ^,  <3S-f  *!*,7// tiir^  ^^i  (^  AH Growing Children  are dependent on nourishment for growth.  Their health as men and women is largely  established in childhood.  If j'our child is languid, bloodless, tired when rising1, without ambition or rosy chcekff, Scott's Emulsion is a wonderful  help.    It possesses nature's grandest bodybuilding, fats so  delicately predjgested that the Wood absorbs its strength -.  and carries it to every organ and tissue and fibre. X^l  Firat it lncrea������e������ tholr appetite, thc.p tt Jidda /fes!*���������strengthen*   V$f  ' the bones-makes them aturtly,' active and healthy.    .        ||  No alcohol or narcotic in Scott's Emulsion, just purity and strength. ������*t  .uA.ii!uik_.'i.i.aM^>M^j;um_j___.ii  13-79  Too  Much  Uncle Silsjs, how would you alike to  bo poitmaster of Now'York? 0  Not, much".  Mut it pays a good salary.  Mnt whoro would 1 find time to read  all Ihoso 'postal cards?  Perhaps it. would he au improvement  upon, a vo.lt made man if ho" had had a  little advice whor he was selecting his  model. ���������'  Tlio person who always knows  enough to keep still ought to draw a  salary foi* it���������and he often does.  Tl'makes a lot of us mad when (lie  re/lection' is forced upon u������ thai wo  deserve what we get.   *���������  Sin to or Ohio, ciiy of Toledo,    1     ss  Lucas County, /  Finnl- .1. Cheney makes oath that he  Is pen lor partner cf lhe linu oC F. .1.  Cheney & Co., Colnj. business tn the City  of Toledo, County ami Slate aforesaid,  nnd Hint paid llriri will pr.y the ssum of  ONU 11 UND iCD DOLLARS for .each  and every case of Catarrh that cannot  be ciu-i-d Ly the uso of HALL'S  CATAK1U1 .CUlUfl. ��������� ,   .  KHANIC   J.   CHENEY. ������  Sworn to beforo ine ancl subscribed  In my presence, this Ct li clay of December,' A.D.   1SSG.  ���������(Seal)��������� ��������� A-t���������\Vt~G LE-A S QN,   Notary   Public  Hall's  Catarrh   Cure   is   taken   Intern  ally   and   nets   direct ly   upon   Die   blood  and   mucous   sinfnoes   of   tho     system.  Senci lor testimonials,  free.  V.  3.  CHKNKY ,-i CO., Toledo, O. .  Sold by all DniKfjiKts, 'ijc,  Tnl������o Hull's 1'ainlly Pills for constipation.  , Tho dopnrl.n 'ill. of nsrlcnltiiro is do-  fcndln/. r.ho crow as a much abused  and really useful bird���������but not to ent  unless ono must,  Achilles defying tbo UfthlnliiB ia nowhere on Iho horizon compared witli  tho unspeakable Turk putting his foot  down on tho oil ociopus.  Holder. Tt In  n man with linns  llQ   pOBBOBHl'S,  Ko. n youiiH  man  '���������cirrlod,  replied  ' Willing to Begin Right  Willi!?  h Yoh, ma'am,  Hun down lo Ilio lmhery and bring  mo .-, loaf of bread.  (llimiif) a dime'.'  Dime?  Uii-huh,  fihnmo on you! Yon should not ask  to bo pnld ior It,  After Long Practice  Slie Is l.ihini. Ions chances. Sho Ih  hts llilrd  wif'..'.  Others all divorced?  Yon.  Ilo oiiBlit. to 'know bow to trout a  wife by this time  Tliero Is no poinonons InKrodlpntp, iu  Jlullmvny'fl i!orn Curo, mul It enn bo  used without dinigor of Injury.  Moderately hnnl work docs not  eniiHo futii.uo, Ktiy������ nn eautern phyBb-  Inn, lTnfoiimiatoly, thounh, fow ot ua  get our hard work ln moderation.  'How lo Preserve Grapes' In a popular newspaper wibjoct nowadays, but  campla.. under tho \1hob with a shot-  nun HcoiiiB to bo about tho best way.  PromiHlnK n billion kitiaca cost n  Now York inlllloiiiilro'SHfi.OOti. At lhat  bn Rot on1 cdwap. The |ynun>. woman  mlKht Imvo liiHlBtetl on delivory of lho  KOOllH.  Hank���������How onn yon IHI bo's from  Mrooklyn?  Tank--Hc'b ulv.it)-; blueing nbout  Now Yo' lc  Tho man   who   thinks   boforo   he  bpeakn doesn't havo so nine";, ruminating to do aftorv.iir.l. (  ��������� , ������������������  Kvery slrh knows where thero is  si'londid material for- i world famous  actress,  An optimist is a person who believes  in.himself when nobody i��������� looking,  True  It is bad luck to ho killed on Friday.  IS  illllt so?  Suro it i?.  Why?  Sign (hero's ijolng,- to be a funeral  lu the family,  ,   Inartiotlc  Did Mnmo tin*:, palo when she heard  iho distressing nowr-;  All ; ut one chock.  In Gocri-vTImo  Somo day tho human raco will fly-  That truth v.o can vouchsafo���������  If any on.> la left alive  Wheu Myitis i-i mndo tat\  Yon iu ��������� .��������� can tell, unless it Is a  scandal, that you oughtn't to.  Dref.clful  rt was -.ullc a tragedy.  WhaVl  Olrl ���������Iflfli'y born iu that family nnd  It is tonglfid tied,  Mlnnrd'a Llnlmttit Cures Dlfitemper.    -j���������������  The Tlflhtvvad  Mabel is trying lo bo ceonotlilcfil.  Must ho idling lo marry a poor mnn.  Thai. 4i������n't ihu Idea.  WluiL ia it?  1'lMioclrt to niitko a hit with a mil-  lloiitiiro.  W.ii.ted to Know  Arc thoro nny quoHlloiiH? nsked the  wild eyed speaker after ho had Mn-  lulled IiJh dlscourso,  1 have ou<'. nald a iiimi la the tuid-  Jenco.    ���������  !' Whnt Is It?  Why don't yon set t hnlr cut?  The Modern Miss  Percy proposed to mo last night,   I  hot nobody ever' proposcu to you.  Hul.I      You know what happened  t   Percy aflciwarrts?'  Naw.     What did?   '  ' Hi" ma spanked him.  And a Good Hand  A cat mny look at .-  king.  Put it .'needn't expect tlio king to  reciprocate.  No.    /'    .  No?   ',  Not unless tho t: t Is a kitty and  ho liMi ./good   .crv.  / _!   More Likely.  ��������� Father is secretly taking boxing loo-  SOll.5..    ' / ' . , l  What enn bis object bo?' '  Maybo'/ht. intends to bo "tho whlto  man's hbyie.  Yes, .'or i erhnpc lie har, to lire the  cook.  Tho Reason *'  , Th':- nay ibnt eontonlment Is bettor  I ban great riches, r wonde.A who  knows about it?  l<o(a of people.      '        ' ���������  How Is tnat?  Thoro aro more peoplo wbo can got  tho contentment than   can   get   ihn <  riches.  Easiest Thing you Know  You simply can't pcrsuado somo ppr-'  sona.  Oh,  pshaw!  Ifn a fac'..   Some of Com nro tha'  con'iraricst things alivtf.  Did you ever try to persuade thorn  (hat they aro smart and handsome?  '���������''���������' A Heavy Man  TTo makes mo tired,  Why?   '        ���������  Ho ;s always standing on his dignity.  1 should think lie would wear'it out.  Cot Id Count It Al Up  Well,, bow c"o you livo rnyway?  ] havo lived on yatrlniony.-  ITnh! '        ���������   '  Then, as ycv. Imow, on matrimony.'  Well?  And nov.* I am  thinking of trying  alimony.    ��������� ,  < -  Unappreciated ,  T have a good suggestion.  Lot me toll you what to-do., with it.  Oo'ahead.  Carry it out ai.d'slml "the door after  you.  Takes a Smart Dnss  You can't flattc*.* I*.er.  Why luis sho.got roo muc'ii sense?  No, you haven't got sense enough.  _Jin,5JJRro\yii lately awoke to the sol-'  eniit"fa"c1;T.lrat"!nn,T0iras"tlaugl!lcr-T\Ifir-  garet was giftci'. wit an oversized  imagiiiiuion' which threatened to run  into exaggeration, and this might very  easily oversoon develop into decided  prevarication," .And so ihis enthusiastic dlsciplo'of the new psychology called MargnreUo the stand tor.a hearing.  Margaret, said eho. do you remember what happened lo those children  in the'Piblif wlio told s'tor'.es���������how tho  big boars came out of the woods and  ato them all up? Sho had gono a. bit  astray in her biblical, historyi but wo  will let tbat Vass.    -������������������' ' "' ''������  Oh, yos, mamma, 'said Margaret,  with goose llesh aliK't-ra. I romombor. Wasn't it dreadt'hlT And I am  not going to tell anothor story as long  as 1 live, because, mamma, would you  boliovo it, only yesterday when I was  in tho back yard playing, a groat'big  black, bear camo out from under the  currant bushes in' fho gardon and bit  mo riglit on tho knee.  Migrating Birds  During many of the nights in Sop-  tembiT tho inhabitants of tho Island ol  Helgoland uro astir with big lanterns  and a kind of enormous butterfly net,  tbo former lo attract an . dn7.7.1 o tho  migrating birds when thoy como lo  earth to rest, and ilio Inttor to soeuro  thorn. Mr, Scebohm, tho great authority on bird "migration, states that  bo has known ns many in 15,000 skylarks to bo caught on tho island ln a  binglo night, The migrating birds aro  always I merest leg to lho ships that  ply across tho North sea and the Pnl-  (le, Tn Sep!ember they t'.otll) ou yard  arm's on dock rather tired, and tho  seamen catch llles and collect Uiem  Into receptacles for Lhe benefit of tho  birds.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  CMph'thcrla.  Tha Practical Part  He had a scheme to 1:.,.ko a million,  nion why did yon break away so  suddenly?  I wanted to escape beforo ho wanted  to Jiorrow a. dime.  Might  Take   it  Literally    '  .Tohn, you shouldn't have told him  lo drop In any time.  Why not, my dear? Iic is an old  friend. That was no moro than simple hospitality.  Put. bo has just bought a new flying machine.  A Pill for Brain Workers.���������Tho  man who--works with-bis brains 1b  moro liable to derangement" of thodi-  gostivo system than the 'man who  works with his hands, becauso tbo one  calls upon his nervous energy whllo  the other applies only his muscular  strength, Brain fag begets Irregularities of Uie s'romnch and liver, and the  best, remedy that can bo used is Prrme-  Iee's Vegetablo P'lis. They aro specially compounded for such.cases and  ai: thoso .who uso them can certify  to their superior.po"*or. .   ���������  ��������� On Trust  I tract that I am a porson of intelU--  grnco.' "  Ah, A zecl  c������uij- \rr.al-;     ��������� ��������� m���������. _..   What an elevating thing faith must  Not for Himself Alone  Had you any leap year proposals? '  Can't say tliat I have.  You're slow.  .. .ly auto he' receive-., a coup'o.  CHIMPOD AILMENTS  Alijienls such as constipation, colic, colds, vomiting, etc,', seize children of all agui and tiio mother should  ho on hor gua-d against theso troubles,  by keeping a box of Baby's Own Tab-  'lets in tho. house, tf any of theso  troubles como on suddenly tho Tablots  will euro thom, or if tho litclo ono Is  given on occaslcrul doso of tho Tab- -  lotti ho will escape theso troubles.  Tne Tnb]ot.*.nro,_bld by modlclno dealers or by mail at 2,.o n bos from Tlio  Dr. Williams''Mediolno Co., Brockville,  Onl.  ��������������������������� His Butlncr to Hide Them  Tho court appear* to bo prejudiced  n/ninst my ciiont, exclaimed the lawyer villi some boat.  In what particular, may I ask? in-  -,ulivd the judge, looking over l.������a  fipectnjlcs,  Oh, It is plnli enough, replied tho  aglta'ocl counsel. Didn't you 1u\y Just  n moment ngo that you wanted to got  at tho fa:ts In tho case?  I hear yon are going to get nn auto,  That's 'tlio talk.  How ca:*, you afford It.',  Family has agreed to go  without  butter for .t week.  :  1  Phlludolphhi reports a woman who  has worked for tho samo fnmlly.sixty  threo yoni'H. A 'model ]iouHoko_por'  perhaps, but what monotony.  Tlio fniluro of tho oyster trust Is announced, tliero having boon, It soonm,  a llltlo too much'water'In lho stock,  In the concert of nation���������: In Ibis lionv  Ifiphero Uncle Sum wnn to It. understood  that he prpoppose *. to pplny tho hnss  drum,  The key noto or character ls nomo  times unduly MiiphtiHlzed b> tho overtone of oonoHr.  The Panama Canal wus-a nightman,  lo tho Frond), a pleasant dream (o tho  Americans and shortly a pleualiig  reality for all Uio world,  Mo:lon plot tiros nre soon to form nn  attraction on ike Ilnera c" onn transatlantic Htonmshlp company, Tho traveler to Kuropo Is mndo moro nnd  moro to feol that ho is still on' Brond-  way.  I'-m  SoinMlniPs wo can't pvnn enjoy tho  ploiiHant lemperr.tu.'e nf 'thn houso be-  eaiiBo' wo nro thinking v/bnt a lot of  luxury our conl render Is nblo to pur-  elm so.  'Ak  Wo inny nui. in- >.A......  1   - "'���������'"  wo know, but a .lot of   people   mo  ashamed of how they know It.  SUSPENQER  MON���������S Ox EASY  . Tl.e True'Co'idlllon  t   .,,,rir���������vn������  <li;it   VOU   ilkci  tllOSO  IllUl  have tlono e lot for you, i  Oh, yet, hut i i:,.u't o���������y ibid I JIJ.v  tlsom.ua well at homo other folkp,  Why oilier folks, for limlnnco?  .Tlioso I think ������ mny bo nblo to In  duco to da a lot more for nie,  I  It isn't iiU-u to ha fufijiii'ious, Vim  how about tho persons who exelto tho  suspicion? '���������     ������������������   -   "  When a gl.l lennm how to.mnko  fudge die thinks that the wholo range  nf culinary nil-ilnmrnls nio hcra.  Tho devil In oftrn blacker than he Is  painted, (tquclally when lie pa-'ntJ r*<i  Maybe the ocean  greyhounds wlll  nomo d"y wwir IccbcrK fei.dtra.  A WOMAN'S: PROBLEM  !a Ikr lp������V!r������-j������1������������ ��������� wnm������n Wton ncm-wrlnklM, hollow circle* otidor ������ycii,  ("crow'i feet,"-ull btcsuie the did not turn to tho njfui rorntav trhtn t,um  cow ll with these U-uhUn uh.ih are dl*llncU^ trmlnlnc. V.������rVai-li������, Vicnrlarlin,'  palm, !tseltuJc^tifrvnuonf������������ and drnini upon vitality-bring untold tulTtringi  'to womanhood ami Uie ftc* thowf It. Tho noivouo (jfitcio and Uio utii*'  womttfty a������k������-Bp /e*U lho t<o!c ttttct of    * "        ���������  !)R, PIRROE'S ffAVORlTE'PRESCRlPTION;  *r   j. ii I,    ���������"   ���������' .-.   .���������.       i i-     '���������*" mmmmm���������.(     --     ... ��������� - ,   --..������������������ ���������    ���������a���������..'  - i It ���������llivi anil lueduii nerroni otcluWlity, IrrlUWllty, oerroni cxlianiHea, and  - - other diitrejilnf oymptoma commoily attendant unon functional and omnia  i 'dlnam of tbo femfnln* oTgtna. It Indocei Mtr������ihfnj ilcep and toIutm  montal anxiety and dtipon&tncy. Known ������r������rywh������r������ and for nvar 40 year*  ai tha standard romedy for tat disease* of wontn. V*or dealer la nadielnea  iclli It In liquid or nnAcoaUd tablat form; or yon wn and to on*-e������nt  ulamni for a trial koi ir Dr. tlirca'o morito rrtterlytto* taUata. Addrtta  Dr. 11. V. PUtcj, lottttda' n������t<t wd Burtfttt fAtfrtta, BotTtUt, N. 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rorr.tfsw^, '&Jsm&L&$��\ sHwrsMr wusmssid*.
NOTJUE ia hereby fiivon tbtt fljipU-
,o��iien will bo miiio toth) tjuperinttiiid-
mto�� .Pruviocial Polico, Vioiorin .for n
liconso to sell liijuor by wholes do upon
'.tha proiiiiwB.Bitu.t^ ou ,t>t.G, .Block ,15,
oCiri.boiland Townsite, Otunbodantf, li. 0
OfALT MUSSA'l'TO.Appliovkt.
'���lMcd this la* d..y if Ootobor.lOlS.
NOriOli it li .r-jby given thatou thu.jW
,d.iy of !>i_ n')i)r ,nn>;t application will'be
-made to thu SupL-rintcmlci.t of- Eroviuoi.il
iPolico, Viotori.)., fur iho ttmJiwal of tho lioa-
tol lwoiise to sell liquors by vutail'u. tno
(hoiblknowu ��w thu.L'irui> liotoi, situa'od ut
Comox, 41,0. .Gkohou M.,1Uum)w
D.U<��1 October ;1, 1913..   '     '-"
, mmta***^*^*^^^aiamamaamaiiatim't.t*m**m-titjto)anmwma,**.,i^ti*ii-l'9*t
, NOTICE is hereby ywen that on tbe
���first day of November ,i ()[-}, application
-will be made to the Superintendent ol
-provincial bolico, for a .renewal of , the
wlwle>ale lnju ir license upon the premises known as l-oi'a^, Subsection _, Nelson District.
���D.ited .October i st, -t913 :'
_ ���wtwmw mm miwam����s^ww��ajj **ri pvtmimitriicmttmirmjk *mm
��� ifOVipii'At lii-ioby ��ivun ihnl en tho
���.11 rat d.iy oljlieeoailKii' noxuipplknt'oirwili
���bo mado to Ihu Su_o.iiilnmliii.l ul Pruviu-
sOiid I'olioo, Viet..ii-., t.,x a r��.Ji>.wnl ��.,( tho
,li-loi lueuso tw Bish liqU'irn Itj mUil in
, U\�� holol k.wiwu tu tho .Union ln-li-1. wit-
'iiiuto ut Ui.i-iu. K.C. John N. MvLkod.
I)a*..d tho Istduy of OotoW, 1913
(��nfMitt>ajMnpuu ����:<��� iwMmdK;m,fK:*jt*.wxum%virm?m mtrm. **vwi
N/L'lUK.ifl hor. by yiv-u   Ihsft, on .Uio
;. irat day of D.ooiubtu' next upplioa'.on will
.lw uude ttiilwSupiM'iiit-jiulousof fi-.iviuuial
Police, Viotoria, for tho rouuwal uf Uu* lio-
..tttllioonso to soil lif-u.o-j bj- loLuil   in   tljo
ihjtd known oa tho itv.jr.idu howl, situi'ec
.a��Coartonay, R. C. .<;): tl. l-tyeiiswi ���
"     Uvtod Uotobw 1, 1018.
MO'1,TOB is noifby (!fivn<�� UimI on the
first day of Di-.o&mUr next upplioAttm will
bo uwde u> the 8in��mi:..U'ttlont t4. Vx*vii*,i
oinl Police, V,i��t'��ii:\, fur the rone 'id of tho
(hotel liconso to H-l' liqunTit by leviiliu the..
> lliot. 1 km.w 1 as tho tt'iUm lioiiJ, aituatod
o,at Uuioa Bay B.C.
Dated Octobei 1, IIH3.
NOTICE bi herd $ giymf tiuvt on   tho1
:fi?at dny ot Docembor n-^l appl'ionti��n will
b-j mad4 to tho Sni.erintor.dc.it i'f Piovin
,oiid I'olicc., Victoria, for ,the renown! of die
hof.'l.licjii|0 tv,��tjl], li^nois l>y rufcail x > iln^
Iiom.-1 known an-lli ��� NolnOti ho tol, rHua'-o !
at Union Hay, lyti.       y' .^(WJf Fjiahsii.J
Patod OHolKsr Ls', 1913..
The Courtenay Hxtfd.
Union Steamship Co. of.B.'C."
koavo VaiKwuver, Monday, al 8'p, in.
-   Arrivo Nanaimo, at 11.30 p.m...,.        ������--",-'���*���
Arrive'Union Bay, Tuesday 0 a. m.    , ].oave Tues -        11.
AwiviB-Oamox, Tuesday S a. m,     tcavo Tuisaday, 11 a. in,    '
Leavii Nannimn fl p. in. Tuesday.   Arrive Vaiiconvor U.30 p.in.
Leave Vancouver SatmdJiy .^ pm. Arrive. .Nanaimo,   11.30 p.m
,An.ivc Union Uay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.
Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.     .
Subject 10 change without notice. ' ',
The purest and .>.*-st BUUR, aud
made, in Cumberland,
J.   N.   SHcLHOp     ���PiiO^wjK.xnj.r,
-rr t���t���r-
fivery. vconvenien'*,e for giieets..
ThcOential Hotel for'Bportsmon
None but the .Uest.of Wi'ncs and Liquors
Ewalinii 4 x BURTON *\w*yt> on tap   - slw, th. famous MUAVAUKBE
,      RllERiJ-Anhauiwr, Bidwi)iw>, Kuiilta, &q.      "OLD OttglY BKARD"
SpJJTCii WHISKY, BiMit Wines titvid Liauow bf all kinds
The tfowduig ami Lodging iitvparttavit, undor thp nmtifltliiUo Btiporipto^danoo
will Hj t<_U(.d First oltuis in ovory re. jKmt.j
��� _.-...���.��,��_,     ,y    .,,    tJ..__..^.__...   ......fc.tJlfcUj'.,.    .,���-��� 1^*���m.+ ~. ,.���!-._���.^Lm-m-ymmm-w ���������..      .f,   -n^M-mmm..���,,.. mm-  ^H,
ATES       ....       ..      tp*. 09 per day
'  A. . . i . .
Brewers' Dried Grains
Better,-Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds
Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.
lhe reserve, lhe notice of which appeared 111 ihe H.-C. (J.iitetlc on the 27th d.iy
of December, .1907, is cancelled in so fnr
.is it relates to the foliowlnjj ptu^els'ol'
lami:���the \V. 1 a'.ufihe.S. K. i-.|, the
.S, \V. j-4 ami ilie'S. l l of the 'N. \V.
1-4 west of the river in Scciion 4; lhe S*,
E. 1-4, the S. E. i;4 of the S, VV. j-4
imdlheN. E 1-4 in Section 5: the S.
i-j.of the S. 11, 1 4 in Scciion 8; (lie S IS.
1-4, the S. \V. j-4 i'ncl lhe IS. 1-2 of (he
N, IS 1-4 in Scciion iG, ami llie IS. 1-2
of ihe S. IS 1-4 ami N 1-2 in Scciion 21,
all in Township '3, SayvvMil Dis'.iict, and
'.he N. IS, 1 4 of ilu- N. IS. i-.| in Sor-
linn 32; ihe N IS 1-4 of the S W 1 4 and
the N VV t-4 ai.dN 1-2 cf tlie'N IS 1 4 in
Seciion J3; (he N 1-2 of ihe N VV 1-4
uud tlie N 1-2 of the N E 1-4 iu-SeUioti
34; and the S i-2 and N \V i-.| of the N
VV 1-4 iii Scciioii 35,- all in To.vnshij) 6,
Sayward District. "
The said lands w ill be open fi renlry by
prcrjin|.tion on Men Jay, the liJth day��ol
May at lhe hour of 9 o'clock  in the forenoon; all applications  lo l.j tiinde at the
office of the Government   Agent,   Vancouver.   No I're-empiion   Record shall
incline more man 40 acres of land except in cases where it'is desirable to in
elude small fractional  portion-; of legal
.SubdivUiO'ns'.information in which con
ncctioii may bc obtained from plans   on
view at the above mentioned Agency.
K. A RENw'lCK   ,
Deputy Miniater of Lands.
Lands Department,   Vieioria, B.   C,
��� February .nth   1914.
financial Statement of
Public and High Schools,
Cumberland, B.C. 1913
Gov' t'grnnt to City... .��5037 05
Gov't grunt to Camp...  1008 2o
High Scliool h-ot.     37(i 0"
Ststr.inl Gov'! jr.��i.t....   !>5<Jtl 01'
Pnid liy  City  of  Unm-
liorliiml   ... ......  3-1-10 \7i��
Tnr.cc Marks
. Desic.,.:s
Copvnioh m &.e.
ttnyono rMiti!n._ n n'mic'i wfl fif scrh twn me?
tl'ik'kly I-?cfiwlH tmt .y, r.'i .t: f:.;} <vln ������, ���,- ux
Isiv-nUnn ',��� s r.ibr.w* ;. ;.--.n ,i��f i'��_. ,.,,.������.
l!,.n����:i|.i;'T( .ntlil-ti'.- .:. \;Mn'' '\ o->..' -. .if
spnt.tr'-i. ���>..(���>'t !i-.-��-ii-'I.-.   ���   .���������., i  .      ,-
I'.itnr t,'. i -�����.. ;; ;'.;ri ' . ''.- .-. .���;...--. A.--
U.'i(rlJn,M.-i., v"VJi>:.t.,
ATotal'Rticeipts SUMS (J.li
lll'IW II wwin  U'TJ l'~TT
KXPKNDlTUliE     -
Toaolii'i-s'' pnlurioH ....  ��7025 (10
Janitor       910 00
Tl'll'oT litis.   tull'pllUllt'..
A.^la.xwoll, Imiiliigi*...
Pot lev Si   Kirkbriiio..
linn Inpo,....,	
T. I), iMe.I/'iin, stutioii-
ory  anil  rqpnirs..
A. 11, Ponoov,   slut ion-
���'��� ory nml books....
rsluhdct', jii'ititing. ....
News      ' '   -'*        	
0. 11, TarbfU; swpplie8
nnd labor	
Dr. G.K.Miu_Niuu��ht()u
itiotliciil uispt'i'tion
Thoinsbn Stationery Co
l*roo 'JV-xt Hook  Olllco
J. J. Donpg.'iii,   Trt'iS-
touti. Association.
Divily l'rovimio. itvlv'g
Si'u'\'s suliiry* 12  mos
AA 5u
00 00
VVOi   Jv.'.j��V  ��r. ..   -v,, 7.1 .,.*.)
.t.l\ea'.;t.rti-ij U!.< in-.U- lit.^Ay;' i J'.ic.sl ��!.��
ta'Jliilloij 'j.   my K.i<;i;t|uo Quirt's* ���    'u .-��  'or
(.'.'.im.Jay, f\." ���.,. j--,; r, p-��tu��o : tr.-irAj,   j __1 ^j
��.!! H(WB!|i'i'ICl-|. "       ��������**�����
�������� ��*^r ^-*�� amrmm* w,
^ % *y
OLD NEWSPAPERS F( R. Nowbury & Asliloyjn
SALE  ATTHISOPFIOIC^S   ^ ^ance, no,.scliool
145 00
John Johnston,   prop
llorbort Ufttton   (IoccrboiI,  iti
.testate, lato of Uourtottay,1 Ii C.
.  AND
IN TOT MATT Kit of the "Olli-
dal AtlniiiustrnlovH Act,"
TAlvK NOTICE Hint by nr-
iU-i' uf IJ id' Honor Jmlj^e Uavkor,
jp.a'l'j on 'tlu: ] Ub duy of, Feb
nitu'V, I0l-t, I was appointor]
Ailmtnistnilor of tlio Enliito of tic.'
jibov'K.) UK'Htioiic-d tk>��oiiiii:d, uud all
paitios having olnims fignir.st tho
paid oKtuto nro horeby roqiiiml to
fiiniirtlt samo, properly vorilipd, to
moon oi'bofot'O tlio 1.3th dayof
March .1-H4-, AND nil pnr-
liort indoblotl lo fluid orttato, tiro ro-
qiiirod to pay tho nuiountof their
ijulobtodnosfl to mo forthwith.
Dated Uiifl Uthday of IVum
ary 1014.
W�� Wkslkv Wn.uun,
Oilloial Admlniatrator,
Onmbevltiml, li. C
LIQUOR AOT 1010.    .
Action 42.    ^   ,
NdTrC.E Is ben-.by pivor,  tint
on the l-it duy  of Dt;cember next.
application   will bo  irjatle lo  tbo
J_liieii_iLsiideat._uf_4iiwv_i n��ia 1-^pol-
ioo for a  license for the t-iilo   of
liquor by .wholcsalu in  and "upon.
' the premiss Biuiitod in  tho town
of   Oourtonny,. II. C.   known  and
j dofctilwid us- Lots oO ui.d 31', b'oc-
. Dated'Huh Jill, day of 0e olcr.
���    John Muroct'hi, Mnnager
Little cubes of metal       * ' ������
Little tubes of ink,
Brains and the prixiting presses
Make the millions think,
Section -L'i.
Postage   and ' stationery, 12'mos ...... 10 00
Win. .Potter, labor,  33 50
1.).   Kilpatricky coal., '
battling.... . . v.. 22 50
0.0. (D)Liniited,  coal. 127 50
S. ].i'.isi|'v & Co.,   chalk ' .   1  (i0
���Shibata^-cloek-rrT7~n 0~50
SKAI.KD' TENHKR-S, supor^ciibcfl
"Tcnilcr fa L'ic*k-ii;�� anil M.'inied
Coiui.iblc'n Qirnicis ru Powell Kisco.'1
will be received hy tlie HomairMVc the
MuiisU'i' of 1'ulilic Wov'us up \" noon cf
Friday '.hu 201I1 d iy A l-\l>!��;\i-y K;i.l foi
ilie ercciion :iacl cemDlciion of. U)'-k-up
;iti(l married constable's'itnartcrs .-il Tow-
ell River, in ibe ��� <.'oniox lileclcmBl"'
Plans, specifications-, conn act nnd
form, ot lender may b^sccri on and after '.he rnd ilav of Kebri'.iry I9M. :it lhe
office of-the i'lovr.kia1. Com'lable, :u
1'owell cP.ivei ; >-Ir. }. H:\irA, ��� Govern���-���
ment Agent, '-.'un>hi-il,iii(.t. 15 C-.Mr. J.'
M.'i-hony, (luvernnipui Agcni, V:��nco-j��tr
li. C; or ihe JJepi'itmen: of i'jblic'
Works, \'icton.i
inienclinj; u-ndcicrs cun, fm llie sum
of ten duihus v-"'(>)i c'jt.iin one
copy of the (iltins .-.nd ���jpecihcations by
iipplyin)1 to the undcrsiylied, which s,ui*i
will bc ' refunded on their rc-iuni in
good, order'.    ' '      '
Ilacli pruposiil must he .wemu..nied
by an accefifed' bank cheque or certificate ofdeposit on :. chartered bank cf
Canada, made pay-ible to the Alonoui-
nble the Minister,of Public��� Works, fur a
���uii, equal tb to j-pi cent of ibe lender,
which sliTill br forfeitcil,if the par'y u:ii-
dcr'.iii;  decline   :c   ciiicr'. inlu'coniiuci
ilnyinan&Mc.liae.l owl's
���T.. IS. Bate, hosiyglass-.
G. DowiH'S, books	
L.  W.    N1K1118,    water
12 mc?	
Koyston Mill,- liitubor
High school pupils, six
There is no better way of making the people think of you than
by placing an Ad in T heNEWS.
"Nuff Said."
NOTICE is Iwieliy given thai,
ouibo l**t,day of Dewinl'dr next,
a|)p,,icutiori.1..*.vill l/n" mndo to thu
Su|!Oiii:<on(l(��nt of Pruvinoial Police for lenewiil of Uio hotel lici.'iioo
to sell liquor by retail in Ibo ho'c'
Known as tne Malaspinu IJnJ^l.
^i.llatc���nt Lnndfin lho11'rpvincpoi|
British Columbia.
l)tuc.l this Sth day of October.
7 70
04 00
5 05
12 do
1 30
G 00
1150 01
200 00
.275 00
800 00
'13 00
1.00 00
2302 00
IU�� **��* WW0M UM W.WWW*
1   ,     ,      11    .#��"r*-,��"~��''  'Mwf'J^M ri
^ Sportsmen* Goods
J nml
i iienerat Hardware |
Violin tUrinjjs, Talking machine needles and Victor Records
Cor s~'e i'.t lho NeWii oflli-v.
AnypiM'Win or poriJO����, cutting,
rotnoviiig or taJdug uny block*,
timber or wood, of wny cUwiriptiodn
jolonging to tho Wellington Colliery CVy., or From or off tho land
of tho Raid Company, or nnyono
tipping rubbish of any description
atiywhere  upon   Uie company1 h
iu'iiil   ,\\\\ '.Hi  i>lu.-H.-��..iliou   lo  llH) full
uxtoul ui' thu law,
J. It. U)OKAM>,
CJeiienil Mnmigor,
OolliVrv Co.v,
Don't   forftct   to   place   your
)Wi,\t older fov priming with us,
Hiding on loc.omotivoH and; rail
wny cara o( tho Union Oolliory
Company by any porson or por*
>niin-�����sx��*.up{ tain ett-w���iu strictly
problVUwl. 15jnployt*f��B rro inb-
'oc toiJi.yuii��iul ior allowing bam-
liy nrdur
General Ma��,v - -
IN   TII JS   MATTK)!   or Thonian
Smith, (bcniii-od, inlfi.iate, who
diol in Nnliion Diutriel on April
20.hl. .
INTIlKMATTKIl.of \ho 'Ollicial
Adtninhlrnt^B Acl."
TAKK NOTICE that by ordor
uf Hi* ilonnr'.Iud-'f* UnrVpr wndM
tha Titb day 0! Novombrr HM!>,,!\v.i,��
iippoinlcd adiiiiiiialrtturof ihu 1^-
late of ihu uhnvc juo.it toned do
co.ufod,  and   all  pariie-j   having
'.';!!:!;���.'t.; j.';;;;,..�� t,,_    -.,_i,,   v: ��.,��'>v .a.��\.
bare In  fnrnij)i  ��,vmo,
properly vnihetl, to mo on or boforo Iho l.'J'.h day of Di-conibor,
1913. AND all partita indebbd to
pa fl "Hi'ili.*, arc roquiri'd lo piy tlu*
atr.otint of their fiuloblodn��i-fl to
mc forilbv/ilb.
Dutd ll��i^ lllu day of  Novem*
ODb'lni Adndr.i-tn'i r,
Uinob-rlnhil, h. V
Soolion 42.
NOTICE is heicby givm. Umt.
on.tho lit day of Decemhcr next.,
application will ho m,ul�� to Uni
Superintendent of Provincial Pol
ice for lonowiil of tbo hotel licotict;
to iwll liquor by 1 of ni) in tbe hotel
known nuitho Willov,1-' Hotel, fitu
uio atOamploll Hiver, in lhe Province of Dritich Goluinbii,
Datt'd this^ih dt-y of Octtibur,
/^v^df1^ W004:8 I'h,OB1lV;Al9Jfi
School Jioys '...'
Washin'tj towel*  .....
Spi-oial grant cxpondit- ,
tare, CUu'k&Stowart'
Co. litil. furnititrn..
A. .MulC'ninon^ I'unrtro
Septio lanlc	
Ro pairs to  old  fJiool
Labor putting   in- now
dccilvi ,	
.Total oxpowJit. 15)13   ��12302 00
High school fees duo $5-1 00
Respectfully  submitted.
Hoard of School Trustees, Cuinberlaiid. 11. C, ,1uh.'Ji, 3��l*t
J hereby certify ihar I have ex--
amiiicd lho Ixjuks and account* of
the Cumberland public and hij/b
schoolu atid Iind them correct a.->
���set forth above,
,     J.STKWART,
wren-mlredTTputnir^ja j.>, ur~ii no. ro.
10 "complete the v.o\k cjf.'.iacicJ for.
The checjues ot c:rlific.e.o.3- of dcpObit ot
unsuccessful tendtrers -.\ill be y- uined
tv. il-.e'i'. upon, the c.^cuiio:'. nl the
Tenders will no! be considered unlrss
made out on lhe fo'nns SaippHqd, signed
witli ihe actual si(.jn.itme of the itadci-
er and enclosed in the cmclopc^ furnished
The lowest or ,'iny lender not acccs'iii
ily accepted.
j. ]���:. cniFKirii.
Deputy .Minister .-uni J'uijpc \*-"oiks
Krigiuecr; Depaitniem of I'tio.ic V.\>i!;.-,
Victoi'i;.., H. C��� Ji'imiarj' 31st, lyt
nw**ran*tinm+mai*mat****a* n
Canadian Government ttst:.  /,j
Dho*,v wo have t!io pareat,  p, ,j
anti t'lij-'lujiit Hirer .��t!l S^or>��!i���   i* b
I. �� aiJJott'B U i-.--.cJ by . tin A A
\k. best llakcrs firiJ I'^tcirrrt //,*'j
everywlaero.   CcHo 00 i/(,','(
met 0 t'.icui Uki inferior f, <7i
!WiM Jidaltci^tcd hint's.        fa' '
Cuinbcrlnijcl Night School  lVlti
Goveinmoiit (Iumt  ?.8ll0.00
Sulipcrijitiuii     1 u7.b0
'Av-Tv,, Taa trw.1 ^\��l-\*. 'lVi!li'. viiii
Uvi^'i-JI:t',;4l!y   llllt  ��'J'J,,.,��At fUitt^.-
'��A->.-_Hji_l_rf'tvi(uiiii^rra wftl,Ai v-( uif .-��� uj.
��;Wf>   v,\ lu a. m.w ui.it; n-i��. n\ >:p.��,
]...��.. Vl.,;. tut  .�������� ill   '���<   1 ..-V   'm.     "    *     v
uuiitftl frw.   VKO Vittod ftlcii!eln�� Oo.
H\triivsrm li'iwiiior) r^trtn. Om<*
Total cN|i.Mii!iturc 10.1R    i. 517.50
 1_. y  ___', It* cjH'Ctfblly ^ubinittc<l
MOtlCKi* hmby ��lviw tliii ia tbo THOMAS. II CARRY,
uisxlmuelliiKof ita l!oinl ��f UajumiCoiu Secretiirv.
iuiiH<(iuorn of tho Oily of ('uuilirrliuid, ��������<* ,      , .
iutoul to ��|.|,ly for * .a.tvvil if iho hot-1    1 1'croby fTtify tliat 1 have ex
rll!f*,'n���� 1:��'M l>y hh   f.,r ih.�� Vot Am .> until cd the I'0'>1<J and n-.-coiinfr uf
Jltjti'l^6liu*Uj.lt��J(jUi, lli.tk3.l'iiBilw. jt|ie   (jiniihcrlmiil    iii^ht    fcdionl
J(HKI'I| IMMONTB u,", Jl"^ ,',nu  C0Vrc(J- m K,t ^ot,t���1
.Vis|;;-��l TOUACi'O    abovf.
j ,   Auditor.
lnnd TownslU.
n IjlOcNib.r 'Mb, I IH.
with ;lic flrmi I;���:.���:<
1;AKM l'Wniircj'.
(hn Mill; is thv |ivii(iiu*t
of lhe Uest ret. Cows
l-Rlvri!I    Mi),..
Delivcrt'd ��n''rn*i��;'X- c'.ci:i��"iT
��� I. M/iRUYA
^������������4 <*Q i <��� *<�� 0-* ���> 'i *i <>$ <* V;
111 vi', us vot;u :::-'xt oi>
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r WrfL- - '  ' . il -    ���������  ���������*."*<���������**- ii-A-w-V^1*? ������*&?*#������?������ ^\ iLjV'^it.-. *-!ifii*'ito(W**.v������������  >U*^������ l,t-,t'"sif<iM?*-U<tii.,^������x������-rt������rfj*"������i. -  >  THE NEWSf. CUMBEItEAOT. B. CL'  PEATS ELECTRIC  .....      ._,.. ApO:RAC.ASOLINiEAiA  1P^^^6;EE^^eiriia:.Np Money i  We don't ask yoa lo pay as a cent until you have used  tins wonderful modem light in your own home for ten days, thrn  you may return it at our expense it not perfectly satisfied,   We  ���������'sy/yz wan! y,9a,l ������ wove for yourself that it gives five to fifteen times as  yyZ? mucii light as the ordinary oil lamp: boats electric, gasoline or  y-yYy> nc-'iylene. Liphts and is put out just like the old oil lamp;  :^_5 ;burns 70 hours o������ 1 gallon oil  "t**"_! p" iwmk'ck. , uo nilor, amoke or noli^. nlmple,  ���������i^;;^- clcou, won't oiploUe.  (iunrwiteed.    "  "   ^"  $1000.00 Reward  vill bo glvon to tho norson who ehor/i un an  oil liin,|i equal to thlH Aladdin lo e.tstf way (ilo-  talk, ototrur clvi-ii In oui-clrutilnr'. Would v������  <l������iv ni������konu.ah u cliuUciten to O19 world It there  K*n tli*nil{liH'������t iloulit ni to (In, im-rll* of Om  Aladdin? We wnnt one person In each lorallty  to irliouawormi refer vunlotiiiirii, Wrlto quiulc  for our 10 l>������y AtjiioluK-l/ 1-ire Trlnl !'ro|i,  otltlon, Aetuls' Wliolomlo t'rloM, autl limn,  how to itit, OttC PRCB.  MANTLE LAMP CO., 748AladdinSWf., Montreal &Wlnnopog  AGENTS  WANTED  to demonatrMs tn territory whurc oil l������mt,s  ���������reinuuo. Kiperlenct  finnco<M������Arjr. Utnj  kg elite overate tt-i*  Mleo n cl������7 anil m������fc������  KOO.OO per' month.  Om fan.ifr cli'troil  o������*c MOO.Oh in fl w.vla,  Ynu r*a M.t. i,���������>n���������x  ������.<r������,f<ln,f<i *<.0 m,.rit tuna,  Wriu nult-k tor UmWry  ������������.| Mnitilo.  mwi.^MviK������,H  Curious Fish Spearing  In sill lu or tho march cf civilization  'bow remains much that is slill primitive in Sicily, and a curious sight nt  Palermo is io see t.he l'mhoi'inon nponr  tho llsh In Un.1 harbor by tho aid of  glass hottonicil buckets say* the WUlo  World .Magazine. Thero ;iro ninny  corners of the world whore Hah nro  , r.jicarnl, hul perhaps: the use of llie  gliisy bottomed bucket in Ihis connect-  iqn is to bo seen ciily at Palermo.  The fishermen loiin far over tho -side  ot iheir bonis nnd hold the bucket, on  tlio water with one hand, pokin.. their,  lie/ids into it ns if engaged in the  Halloween gamo of duok.'-ig for itpplos.  'Vhey hold a spear poised h the free  hand and thus await Ihe arrival of  their victims, who are sighted through  -the glass botlom of the bucket, which  ��������� acts .._ a" kind of tclescopo.  Wcnns feed upon the vitality of children and endanger tlieir lives. A  simple -.md effective cure is Mother  Gra'.c-s' Worm Exterminator.  Rclle/cd *  I hud. lo secin olllclous, Fred, but  that Hill is no friend ..f yours,  You fton'A. mean it. \V!-at has he  been doin''"  Ilo is going ronn": lolling lies about  you.  Oh, just, lies!  rais-  A "lam  Is s'i;e dramatic?  Well, she f_ocs through a liri  ing pcrfonitaace ?very night.  She  does?  Where?  In her bedroom when sho disrobes  her head.  Rather Forcible  Uow do you like Miss Gay's makeup?  Looks as if she must belong Lo tho  impressionists' school of painting.  Explained  What do people moan when  talk abmic being at white heal?  - .Maybe when ihey get    right  they turn pale.  they  mad  Minard'.  Liniment Cure;  '    ,.    Cows  Garget    in  His Efforts are  Vain  He-is trying hard to marry off thai  ugly daughter.of his.  Why doesn't he  try offering a reward? ���������  The latest experience proves "that  any man who tries_to navigate the  Whirlpool rapids ' for the movies is  justified in'demanding his pay strictly  it, advance. ~  He came home proudly and announced that he bad insured bis lifo in her  favor for $L'0,000.  Vou   are  sc  kin*?,   an.l   thoughtful,  Nearest,  she  said  tweedy,  I'll never  say anolho; word about your {jetting a  motorcycle.  Our statesmen, generals and kings,  Lilce actors, day and night  Aro striving to make good the things  That their press agents write.  Might Work  My husband hasn't taken ti vacation  this year. He needs ono badly, but  I can't persuade him to tako it.  Iliro'a big two fisted Woman  start briskly in to houseclcnuing.  and  Mr. Evans entered a Now York restaurant and saw a friend sealed ac  one of fho tables.'  Hello Lovell, he Laid, how aro you?  Oh, pretty well, replied Lovell.  '  What are you doing now? Inquired  hi vans.  Woll, wlioi. I came in here, snid  Lovell, about, two hours ago I wai not  in business, biit I have changed sinco  then,     1 am a waiter now.  A Chicago woman has beon awarded  $."io,000 and a cosily 'residence by way  of alimony, and a Brooklyn school-  lonelier lias secured ,,'hl.OOO for breach  of promise. Will-'the men never learn  that ii pays lo be- go)d'.'  The Limit  Why don't you lake Miss Long out  riding any more, Jack','  Iler new automobile coat is so loud  that they can't hear my horn round Uio  curve. .  .  Thero is always a fly In Die ointment. For instance, the new suffrage  army of women _ in England Is to be  drilled by a.man.  I fow is your son coming on at college?  Not a I. all.  Why, what's tho matter?  ,  He won't do anything but study. ,  IJlx���������Wonder why Podgers doesn't  marry.  Dix���������1 guess he realizes he'd be a  fool to marry a woman -who'd be fool  enough to marry him.  A New. Yorl: man explains that he  drinks highballs because his wife seasons hi.s food too highly. When a man  wishes to be driven to drink he doesn't  have lo look far for an excuse.  Ilea j babies are to bc utilized instead  ot dolls i:-\ the- motherhood classes lo  be established in Chicago schools. It  is.hard on ti*>o babies, bul tho classes  must be instructed.  ."Militarism has reached the republic  of San Marino, which has increased  its :.:-my more Hum "00 jur cent and  quadrupled ils artillery forco. Tho  ilrmy now consis-- of thirty well drilled men.  My love.  ..Yes, Harold.  Wbat  did  your  mother  say  when  you told her you wore engaged to me?  She said she knew th. silly season  was about clue. 0  The dimple in lier olbow fair  ������������������\\k^thoug1it���������begui-lingTr-qiylei���������bu>  gec',       "  The go-vn she'now prefers to wear  Displays the -Jimple in her knee.  The agricultural department, now  says the crow is the farmer's friend.  Hm!  gruntal -Farmer  Whifflctree.  Won't; that alter your attitude, toward him?  Not at all. I've got lots of friends  that I'm suspicious of.  Palrrters* Tn.gec'ies .  . The painter Hoocklln'B wlfo would,  never allow Lor husband "to bring a-'  model to his studio. - That is the tragedy of my life,'said Boecklln.     Toj  create without a model is almost Im-i  possible, whilo to employ one. would  at once mean to break with my wifo.  The-episode Is recalled b; Dr. Angelo  S. Rappoport in 'Famous Artists und  Their Models. '  Another atory is of Hucretia del  Fedo, 'tho cold, iins.���������ipathcllc, exacting woman who was adored, married  aud immortalized by<Androa del Sarlo.  She outlived her husband by many  yeni'K dying at tho ago of eighty-seven  iu 3 570.' Long after Del ������arto'a death  Jacopo di Em poll was one dny engaged tn copying 'The Ilirlh of tho Vir-  filn' in the Church of the Annunciation, Florence, when nn old woman on  her wny to church stopped lo watch  hii} work and, pointing \o the central  figure in ihe palnuiig said: That is  niy portrait. At. eighty-rib: ������ho was  proud to proclaim herself thn widow  of tho immorlal artist to whom she  had given so llltlo pence when ho was  alive,  Strangeness of tho Sex  A vonian can become highly excited  over the fact that a bride is starting  out in married life with-machine hemmed napkins. ���������"     .  Work is a good thing] but at that  what's 'the use of saying anything  about it? There's so mucl. of it in  the' world that it can be depended upon to-take care of its ill.  II, was ���������'. sli'oct cat* jondiictor'ri duties in the church of which he was a !  member to trr.o.up tbo collection one  day,1 nnd, as it happened, his ilrst ox-.j  l'jrlence of such'dulAs, Ho'was a  littlo nervous at he started down li._  centre of the aisle, but that loon wore  oft', and ho began, to feel almost at  home.     ,       :   - "  There were several children In ihe  front pew. Each put In a penny. Tho  persons i:a tho next v.r,; al:) contributed something each.  A big glum fellow sat alono In tho  third pew. Tlie new colicctcv passed  him the plato but 7 o, man shook his  head and stuck his hands deep into  his pockets.  Thereupon our friend, the conductor  stopped, pu! up his ban.] as if to jerk  tho bell cord and si.id;'  Well, you'll have to ge'i off^  Playing for a Finish  Nobody can "do a thing with him,  His case seems to be hopeless.  What ho needs-  Is an epitaph,.  Sometimes lie's caiAtl a fool because  he docs ask a question that a wise  man can't answe-. ,    "   ���������  Ic is something of a surprise lo the  mau who thinks he-is the whole thing  to see the whole thing move smoothly  along without a hitch wh.n he takes it  "int "o���������iii's"~i i 111 e~li ead-t o~d r op-o u t: -���������-  Weight of Snow.  A cubic foot of newiy fallen snow  weighs live and one-half pounds and  '>ar, twelve times the bull: of an oqitr.!  wuight of wntor.  The Now York Natural History museum possesse.; a fossil terrier :1,000,-  000 yoars old, known ficlontin.ally at  'ectoconus.'     Still, they probably call-'.  Natural gas is always   found'   quite  near the surface���������in the promoter.  "ls  Marcella���������Reaubrough's   manner  extremely punctilious, isn't' it?  Waverly���������I should pay so, with the.  accent on (lie punk. '' o=x^"  Women aro natural optlniisls because it makes them look prettier and  doesn't cost anything. ' ���������  After a mar. gets to be fcity he he  ed it 'Toodles' then, iho same as now. .gins to wonder what makes his school-  I mates look so old and to fancy him  self, i-pspect is a fine z'Anr to have i self hi'-the same class with the young-  handy, but nev.r to glvo away, I sters.  *. .Vft. 'frftiYyAy y'Yyyy} ���������  l-A'/ i; A*���������h'\'',7:. Ah;..- ���������'. ��������� ^V-;.'-,..';.'-������.-';  , ' ..-.' ili-v ���������:���������'   ������������������"- ...r-'..'., "���������. , ;,  . \ ��������� * 1  ������ >','.*���������' "���������' *  ''If'?"7  ,y'",f\ .  *���������/:.-'���������'/.���������  :.//���������������������������::  ''y-xYy  7Y,YY-''  '���������v>.-r.  i-4.  '-'Yk-  t         ''{  'V  >7i.y  Artv-rt'rp:  \z.ii.a'!"^'  .C1 KB.t  -tfvti-i''ihti''iiYrt-irr^yr*-  _. ��������� *i'('jM       i  B:lfi    S fl ���������", ��������� *__i---  ���������CYh- yo\       '��������� ���������*������������������������������������������ *������-&e-m  j-.i   .       "     ���������y<Yv7jY;-.���������'j'7^7,YhA.hrr.  '"mt' rt'   f-^AiS^r ..- 'Y^yh���������~-���������y7���������-���������.������������������������������������ "-'���������'-..���������.'.-.Ar -'���������'  ^h^Mte^'iY^YhAti^  ii  Au u t: it t:,cc tr. cc c*-^  si' ii i i a ixtity-vyir.* ���������* **  vnu 'V-  ii'V.ift. *V  0:  ���������TI'JS-  m  . ,'v.-'?^ .  ;M"'~'--A'-.:V  .mm^y  4P'.v/lVMi_vi  My father, the English siti's eyes  flashed proudly���������led the-Six Hundred  at Bal'aklava. '      ���������    ������  The American ..ird smiled superciliously. My mother, she paused to add  impressiveness to her ��������� words���������leads  the Four Huh.red In New York.  "A laborer had recently taken to socialism. A friend met tbe man and the  following conversation took place:o  ,  Now,  Mike,  if you had  two  brick  'houses;���������woul(l���������you~'bc���������willing���������torsive  mo one of them? asked his-friend. '���������  -   I would, said Mike.  And if }*ou had two cows, would you  give mo.one?  ���������   Begorra, I would thai.  And if you bad '.wo goats, would  you give me one ot them? asked  Mike's friend. But ":o had no sooner  put the question than Mike came back  at him with;   ���������  I would'not. You know I have two  goats.  Too Bad to Spoil It  There'B a mnn across tho street- acting very suspiciously. He keeps dodging into doorways an.', slipping down  basemen', ways. I am minded to call  au oflice;*.  ��������� Oh, lot him alone.     Ho Is an amateur dctoctive trying to sleuth.  SUDDEN CHANGE  OF TEMPERATURE  Begari Neal Drink Treatment  On Friday, Back Home on Monday  A man who bas tried ovory way to .give up drinking and failed, time  and time again until ho took, the Neal .Treatment, says; "Long and.expensive trips lo mineral springs, Turkish baths, medicine and a'dvlco  from physicians, all failed (o overcome tho physical demands of my. system for continued Indulgence resulting from my use of liquor. Acting on  tho advice of a friend I began tho, Neal Treatment on- Friday morning  and was back homo the. next Monday morning In better montal and physical condition than I had boon for over six years, and with a loathing  instead of the old craving for liquor."  ���������The Neal Treatment consists! of u purely vegetablo remedy., takon in-  tornnlly which leaves no bad after effects. No hypodermic injections avo  employed, and tho patient Id restored to perfect health. You can bc successfully trailed at any of tho Neal lu'scilutcH In Western Canada.-  NEAL INSTITUTES:  ���������105 Broadway 3124 Victoria Ave., W.  Winnlpag Reglna  820 13th Avei; W.,  Calgary  y\  Buy this oven-tested flour  Your oven will certainly produce more bread and better bread  as a result of our oven test.  From each shipment of wheat  delivered at our mills we tako a  ten-pound sample.   It is ground  into flour.   We bake bread from  this flour." If this bread is high in  quality and large in quantity we  use the shipment of wheat from  which.it came.   Otherwise, we seB  it. ���������   ' ������������������������ ,  ���������j  The baking quality-of ������onj  under this name is therefore  Sc  Buv/ and  ' airV exact* certainty,  benefit!  \ /  "���������More Bread and Better,6read" and  "Bctter^Pastry^Tbo"        m  EDDY'S  0  "  "2 ini" and "3 in 1"  No other   Washboard*   hava    th������  zinc crimped by 'ne method .pecu*  Washboards  c"     '                              -o                    *'  Just  as a������pd ���������������  Eddy's       "  Matches  ilai> to   tDD������"S  Waaii'udardB.  Thla  patented  process.  eliminates  tho  danger    of    torn    linens���������the  abuse nf hands���������the unpleasantness  of wash-day.  It assures (omfort' and economy to  .   the   greatest     degree.    Insist     on  EDDY'S.  '���������  ..  FARMER3  Can always make sure of oettlffl tho hloltest prices for WHEAT, OAT*.  BARLEY and FLAX, by shlpplno their car lots to PORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b"  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS' AGENTS    .  AODuESS 700-703 Y., GRAIN   CXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  THE    FORT    GARRY,   WINNIPEG,    MANITOBA  Vliinlppp, Mnn. Xioo, 10I.U,���������Tliliii ||, ith (lr-fiorfiilon mid refinement tlie  miiKnlllct'iil, liolol wiui opened Cor tho chour anil comfort j-ravliloil wltlilii Hh  lot'cpilon of mioHtH to-liny. .        wiiIIh���������rind from vliicli oik- mny outer  AilJiiceiH to ili-������ riiiiiH of tlint hlstor- n,p spac]r>u������ iIIhIhk tnul ton rooms, ul-  lc inotiiitnciit 'Old Vint (inr.'y' nifiiior-! ,-���������, n,,, 0itf^ nn 1 Lur.  nbl,. in (lie -i rly liimory of Cnnwln'H j    ThfJ (,ont).al fpnU|rn of ,hp JnftIn flMp  nov,* WfiHtern niolropolln, Iiiih lieen  creflcd llie (Irund Trunlc Tnfdllc Ilolol,  Tlm I'firt Onrry, n uinKiilllcenl eillllco,  one nf tlm world'ii lliifsr lintrdH, cm.  fiodylmj In Hh eoiijilnie.iloii tIir- moi'l.  fidvaiiff-'d  Kclcntllli! iuul iircliltecturnl  \Anll"        T,nclllf������l  III   lho   \.>l'    iH'.'ll't  flf  riiniidn'K ������ri;ai'isl, of  westf-m  cUIoh.i''1 ���������< jiiujo. ,iuni ut o,Aauh;i hy un- into w.'ik-Ii an   ;. ot u../!!.; (.ona ,ho.'   rndi.i-t',,!-. r.f :, . hrc; y Awiiy hhwryn  H Ih roadllv ace ..nl'i;.. to ilu- iiiIIit-ihIs  ������������������1,������ "l''������ "nr "������'<' tlif pnrlorB. 'It It  soul elect .'In t".iv ll'o   uml tlm loatl-! roncliofl liy n linmrt marlilo utulrcapo  1^ tlio (dre.ulur ten room oC ImpreBfllvo  nml : i.'uutlfiil Adam iImIrii, unbroken  liy colni"*ia, lofty In hulslil, und finely  IlK'litf'd liy broiid wliulows and circular  domed ffllliif;.  TlHJ Mozziuiliif ffiillcry In nlno u nov-  fni,' tlifitti'fm, llm Ki'i'iit ii|riron nnd u  'slono'n throw' fiom the new termliial  Binrhn nl' llm fliMiid Trutil������  I'.ielCi!.  r/'i;o Fun. iiiirry ).* .'mill nl Un- liim.w  of r'unudl.'ii) 1,'i'iniito uml l.lnft limf1-  Btorie, In tin* Hiyln of lhe old  rhateuii of Normandy and Ton-nine,  nnd reu'rH Itk ntiiloly lu.'h'.lilti to fourteen I'torlr:;-,,  Tlio l:< ynoto of 'J'ho l-'ort ftnrry, at  yulK-ft fi.nii tin.- ili.'-ilsu ������������������!!' 1 I"'''i!or ar  rnJiRWnenls, I.s lo b 'ln'nmlilm comfort.' Vroin li.'1-.'fi'iftil ff> i'"������f ovrry  detail of rr'njnii'tloii and f'lniUlilm:  lifivlieeii worh'.'il out 111 perfe.'t. ii'-oord  wiih lliliJ one llie:; .md would i;ei-m to  iisr.iu''.' tli<' 'nuest i-niiHiira of iienioiuil  MiJ.'iyiiH'iit uud reHlfiilrm?.! to Ifa  p'i'-.':.- ,-i (/!..((. ivln're rom'^rt-lovltm;  (i ��������� -a- rU"h: t-niov Uf" d> tho utmo.-.l  ;u,d' f-'.'l l!:oiu'li;!il> ul Imnie.  Tl.e r'*i!'t fn������r -co of ll,e lirtl"! fi\o,-t  on   U'|!iir']i.;V   iMuj'l   l.f-:iu!lful   tlu..--  'o*-ir:!tl'-ire. T,n������������.|vay' n*id f|."'iii-- upon  ������n  fmiionln:. rotunda  which stiBfiffsl:'  , from thu niiiln entraiiee lohhy and It  ��������� llnlhliid    ml diM'oruti'il In whlto ami  I delicate sliadfH of col'      It ovorloolas  . , . i      .   . r  in.'   I lui.in.i.   ,1,1.   f ,   iiiIiii,/,   Kmlii,  v iiiv:  ' and tpii room and will he lined iih pon-  I'r.'iich tlemen's; writing room, ������t commandu  u uplondld view of ihono jiorllonn of  tho Iioiiho where (he mo::t. life lee.iirc,  and >cl ui. tho Hunn liuio nfforda a  fliilct sifuiHf of retirement, On thin  .Iriiir Is tilin Infilled thr- Ind.'oM1 ji.'irlor  um] dmwlii;: room uml tho u.v cent Ivo  oilier   of I ho mnmi semen t���������  Th" li,.H',.r>niii, hairimt I.all rind foyer have heen locati'd on tho fwvfiitli  ll'ior. 'J'Ih !-c rooms ate of tho rlehont  of the imldh ronniH, i id have hoon no  nrrnmjed 'Wll'.i Keparat- hitchen nor-  *, 1.1-, ft-ft'tlon and drr-s.^liu: rooms, to  nn tr, la tin wu li,t���������rfero wllh the pi'lv-  lb i/.f. oi tlie X';,rr,l- of llir hotel. The  1>;.:i ,'iot roof) wlili llu nrn^e and dnne-  In-' tln^r, nml on account of Hh loca-  ti'iii, will ht' j,'')lieiilii.!y nttrnctiv ��������� for  couccrtH nnd moetl'iRB  Itiimcdlatoly In front nf (lio foyor of  tlio hall room and 'imriuet hull In a  ''OJiiitlful IorrIii I'orinin;; u promonade  flio onllre width of lho huddlm. nnd  commamlliiB' a view ef '.lu- clly of Winnipeg  Tho 1'iilhlln;. nn a wholo I'orniH a  fine oxamplo of wlu.t modorn hcIoiico  can do In tho c '.nlnal on of lire rlsli;  every Rlrder, hoain nud rafter Is of  iioii-oxpauslvo Klocl. overy parlltlon of  (orrn-coltn, ovory flooi of marhlo, tlio  tii   i.tiullll,   illlll    l.,i:   hi,lil w ati ,-,   ui   iiuu,  It Ih nhHolntely (livpconf. and while  ovory prcoaiillfir, has hern taken lo  IriHure abfloliite protnitlon to lifo nnd  properly, an ci|ual rncimn,- of atti'ii-  I Ion Iiiih heon devoted to ;tt tuinlta-  tlon and ihe Hiilesi ...dl..K of hcalih.  Sudden nnd cxtrom? chiingos of  tomperafurc j.ro lho exciting causes of  many diseases, but more particularly  such ailments as arise from derange--  menta of tlio ltidneys.  Who'n tho body is chilled tho poros  of fho fililn uro closed and on tlio kidneys ls suddenly thrown additional  woric lu an effort to rid tho poisons  from the system If the 1-Jdnoyn nro  in healthful, viRorous action tho critical llmo is passed in safely, bu'c  otherwise tlu hlood is poiKfuiod, thoro  are pnlna nnd aches, rheumatism and  lumbago, and aarious disseise ia a frequent rnsiiit.  Vor thin reason it is most Important  lhat. tlio Kidneys l,e Kept lu porfect  health durliiR nonsons of Biiddon ohang-  lug tempernturo by uro of Riioli treatment nti 'Or. GhaBo's Kldney-lwlvor  ri'lu, Co'a'.h do not lnn'u long when  tho Icidiioys and bowula nro kept active in removing tho iiceumulatlng  pnlHOiiH, and hci*:oiih and painful dis-  rnseH are avoided by keeping Iheso  ollmlnallng orgims In health nnd vigor,  Buslncno   "end  Farmer Jeiika ia going to live a life  of oiibp hereril'ter,  What Ii.ih brought this nbout .after  hl������ Hfrugglefl?  lie Iuih traded IiIh farm for tlio  mortgage.  A Dream Superstition  JAheard what was to mo at least a  no\f piece of suporHlltlon tho other  day, and whon 1 think of tho risks  I havo run nil thoso years becauso I  did not know of.;t my blood runs cold.'  I met a woman from Virginia In market, and tho talk falling on dreams 1  recalled a most blood curdling night-  maro 1 hae had tho night before,    ���������  1 must, toll you what I dreamed  last, i.lght, I said.  Lot mo ask whether it's n pleasant  or an unpleasant droamV said tho lady  from Virginia.  Decidedly iinplenannt.  Then for morcy's sake don't loll If!  said sho, Novor toll n. bad dream on  Saturday, for wo say liTVlrglnla:  Friday jilght'H dream on Saturday  told,  Is suro to como truo, no matter how  old.  Her Employment  I am so busy.  Doing what?  Putting things off till I feel like doing ihem.  Matrimonial  Many a man wlio fears ho will not  win her nfrer he knows hor a Utile  while, fears ho wlll. !- '  .oiil-Hldi' -.wiiiiH, all are ilghlul and ventilated wllh iidofpiale window areas  and each room bus Hh -own private  bulb, No I'-entmont of the Interior  which effects garishncflH lias been  used. The co'or tones aro In perfect  harmony and Ilio fnr.iittirr. 1i/im boon  made Ifi orde. from special design?  ruich in one would ordinarily (Ind iu  private lioriicH ot nTiiiWimtit.  On * first Iloor nre the slate  apartments, consisting of parlor, bed.  rooiin1 and dining room, beautifully <���������>���������  norated 1,1ml furnisbfd in the Adam period. Tlioro nio ������1k four private din-  Ing .'ooins on tbo floor each ono of  different .ilze and character, and furn- iiiim ,  Itdtort to Ftiit the imcjK of (hn ino: t o_'ra'rfl  fastidious. f)n rucli ihmr tliero i,to  parlor suites cJiisisUug of two or moro  room*.  Hard to Boar  Tlenr nbout Clymcr?  No,   What uLout him?  Mot with a frightful Ymohhmt yesterday.  Mercy!      .tifiMvoMir.''  Nnwf Somebody got lilm nxe.Itr.d  nml ho dropped lils KrigliKh iicccur,,  When v.-omfr vote will lhe Irndlng  stamp Industry Invade tbo (lold of po||.  ties?  Mlnnrci's Llnlmont Curen Coltis, Ac.  On Vie,/  Do \ho wrltei-B of populnr songs  mako any monoy out of tliein?  Thoy ought lo bo glad If thoy escape  without having to pay u flue,  No Chanflo  Tho princo of Monaco^ wl.o, hnvlng  Imd '>oth 1111 Kngllsh nnOn American  wife, .mown whereof hn speaks, mild  of .".arrlnge:  Through marriage, 11 ��������� Fronchwomiui  gainij lior liberty, an F.ngllshwomiw  losen hnrs and nn Amorleini womnn  cotitlnuefi to do as    -o likes,  Miller's Worm Powders not only ex-  tormiuato intestinal and othor worms,  but thoy are a remedy for many other  ailments or children. ,Thoy stronglli*  en tho young stomach against biliousness and aro touicnl In tholr'"effects  wlieio tho child sufi'cn from loss of  nrpctllo. Tn fovorish conditions thoy  will bo ftiunC. useful and "thoy will  servo lo allay pain and griping In tho  stomach,-, from wMch-children so often  Biifior.  China ls hav.'ug symptoms of almost  every kind of political troublo ktiowr.  to history;  A gumbior Ik 11 man who It willing  to lako a chanco bo knows ho can't  koop,  Count tliat, day lost whoso low descending sun beholds no llrlllsh premier on Ufo run.  When you havo saved up enough  money to Invest lr doubtful nilnlnu  stocks���������bu;- an overcoat.  Visitor--\Vhnf lovely furniture.  Mltlo Tommy���������Yon, I think tlio mnn  wo bought If from Ir norry now lie  sold IU    Anyway he's al 'iiyti calling,  Ono cannot help admiring the discretion of an air mau who takes deep  waler I'or a dropping placo when hlfl  engine goes bnd.  llnpo springs eternal. It Is true, but  sometimes It ('alls to score a good record.  Dejected  :io baen't lho courage of his con-  vleHon.  Who?  Tlio fellow wbo ;;ot a life iicntence,  Natural Si'plcton  Her husband Ifi older than alio,  Ilo waa :. widower,  (let him on the bargain counter?  ,���������   ..      .        >  Inpnneto hnvo been forced lo nb.in-  don un island because of an onslaught  Why not cede It to China.  W. N. ;J. 082  THAT DRY IRRITATING COUGH OF  BRONCHITIS' INSTANTLY RELIEVED  THROAT STRENGTHENED-CURE FbLLOWS  No  Failure,    Cure   In    Every    Caso  Trnntrri  hv Catnrrhozone  Catnrrhozono can't fail to curo  Ilrouchltls, it Is so beallm:, nonfiling  and balsamic tlmt ovory trace oil tho  disease flceu boforo It. Whet, you Inhale Uio puro plney vapor of Catarrh-  ozone, you send honJng medication lo  tho spots that nre diseufiotl ami how.  Isn't It rational to npply modlclno  whero tho dim-nun uxIbIb? CcrUluly!  And That'll why Catnrrhozono Is so  Biicerssful; It goes whoro the troublo  ronliv Is, gets wliur-- a spray olnlmont  can't penetrate. For the relief and  comploto curo ol bronchitis, asthma,  catarrh, throat trorblo, wo guarantee  Cituirrho/imb lu every case. You dou't  lako medlclno, "'*.!��������� don't tako drowsy drugu���������JVBt brciUho (ho br.tpamlc  OBHcnceu of Caturrhozono; it docs tbo  rest safoly and turdy.  "For ihn.   yenra I.   wiib   Borlously  bothered by   s bro. nblnl cough.   At  liihlit  L   ,������m.'1,  ivyiaivvlj  Siitil  U di>,   i,-  rltablo fooHn- in my throat, I could*  n't cough up .tiythii.g, but very soon  coughed my Ihroat Into quito an ln������  flnmed condition. Onco / got n Cat:-  arrbo/ono Inhaler I wat nil right. I  took It to bod, and if nn altnelt awakened mo 11 few minutes use of tho lm  baler gavo mo rollof. Catnrrhozono ban  cured mo and I Rtrongly urge overyjno  with a weak throat to uso it regulajly<  "(Signed)        J, B. RBAMKK.  "Hcadlna."  Cnlnrrhozono will not dluappolnt  you. Got (bo comploto $t oiuflt it'y  guaranteed. Small size ������������<v; tiiu! or  ������tmpli> eUc 2_c, at dealers every-  whoro, or by mall from tho Cntarrlioi-  ono Co., Burtalo, N,Y��������� ahd Klngstdu.  Out,  ,-vJnmn-im.. -w  y$  ������������������"' ������*> ������** -^.  JTHE NEWS ��������� CXBIBERL'AND; B. C  POTTED  MEATS-  Full   flavored ���������. and  perfectly, cooked  make   delicious  sandwiches.  ���������  The  child's  delight.  The  picnicker's,'  choice,  Everybody's  favorite,'  W. CLARK. MTf., Mwlnil  ��������� REST AHD HEALTH TO mWXt IM 011111).  Mini. Wi.vauw's Sooviiino Syki'I'Imib been  t������iuiorov������ SIXTY VUAKKhy MiMjONSoC  MOTI1KUS io: ilteir CIUUWKN AVIUM!  IKKTIJING wltl, VKB.PKCT SUCCESS, lt  SOOTUKS the CIUM*. KOl'TRNS llu- GUMS,  *_.!..\7nalU'AIN : CVH.KS WIND- COUC. aud  ������s tne best tctiicuy ior O'ARiU.atA. lt is nb������  ���������oltitclv harmlcs.*. - He sure ,-md ask lor "Mrs.  Winslow's Sootliina Syrup," nud tlilsc no oll'M  Unci.   'JCwcnty-live cciiis tt bolt'.e.  mBmmmffl-.  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Sometliln-s  better  than  linen-and big  laundry bills.   Wash :lt with   soap   and  water.', All stores or direct;   Stato stylo  and slzo.   For 25c, wo will mall you.  ,THE  ARLINGTON   CO.   OF    CANADA.  Limited  ,68   Fraser Avenue,  Toronto,  Ontario  -    WOOD-USING. INDUSTRIES  Ivor 1,200 Ontario  4Firms   Contribute  Statistics,,  , According to a bulletin now obtain;  ablb from the Forestry Branch, Ottawa, ,807,456,000 feet, board measure, of  Avood wero used by thirty-eight different industries in-tbo manufacturo of  all sorts of finished products, from  spools to ships, Tho valuo of the  wood so used, n._.~ purchased in tho  rough, represented a total ot $19,101,-  3S4, and the capital engaged in thoso  Industries (which do not include sawmills, etc.), togeth'r Avith tbo labor  onguged lu tho manufacture of thoso  finished products, represents n vory  ihiportant. oconnmic ussot lo tho .resources of tho'province,  Thirty-four dlfToront. Idndri ot Avood  woro utjoil, chiof of which aviih plno.  reprpsenlliig'!21,7 por con; ot tho total  aud coating, on tlio average, $2G.G0.'i>cr  thousand foot,'board monsuro. Good  olo.'ir, whlto plno, however, Is becoming comparatively scarco and it is  being , Increasingly .substituted by  spruce, which costt littlo moro than  half as mucji, being ono of tbo obcan-  est woods on tho market. It Is slgnl-  llocn'r, to milo Hint only six native  species wore purchased entirely within tbo Province, considerably over $5.-  000.000 being paid for imported wood.  Tho bulletin contains forty-tbreo tables, containing summarVcd and Ac-  )tilled information regarding tbo ctun.iv  tity, value, kind and source of supply  nf, the woods used in each industry  Short descriptions of each sflocies  wi(.h a list of their uses arc also iiv  eluded and suggestions aro mado as to  tlio utilization of waste, while tho appendix contains a classified directory  ���������of all tho manufacturers.  HURRAH, NO MORE  UME BACKS!  This Case Proves That the   Best   and  ��������� Strongest Liniment Ever Made  Is Nerviline  Wlion tt. comes to determining the  real merit.of a medlclno no weight of  ovidonco la moro convincing than the  slmlgMforwarrt'statement of somo Tollable and Avoll-known person-who has  been cured.. Fcr this reason aVo print  tbo verbatim, statement ot "Juan 13.  Powell, written from IiIb bomo 'in  Carlton. "I nm n Urong. powerful  man, six feet tall, aiid weigh nearly  \\vo hundred. I hnvo boon accustomed all my life to lift great weights,  but oiio day 1 overdid it, nnd wrench-  od my back badly. Every tendon and  muscle wan sore. To stoop or bond  was agony. I b,d a wholo bottlo of  Norvllino rubbed oii in one dny. and  by night, I was well again. I know  of no llniniont possessing one-half tho,  penetration ur.d pain-subduing properties of Nerviline. I urge Ur uso  strongly as tn iiwnlunblo liniment and  household euro for all minor ailments,  such as striiina, ' aurains, swellings,  neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, rheumatism, and muscular pain." "  No bettor medicine for curing pain  was ever put In a bottlo than .Norvllino���������rub it on and rub it in���������tbat rubs  out all' aches, pains, and "soreness.  Large ff.mily size, _0c."trial sho. 2iic,  all dealers, or The' Catarrhozono Co.,  Buffalo, N.Y.. and Kingston. Ont.  STANLEY UGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUMSDEN   BLDG.(C(2'JWW?S) TORONTO.  wire rou terms. ' M.37/3.  Wears  Them Out  Sho has a way of rcfusir.;. the men  without offending them.  How does sho do it?  Refers thom to ber father.  And does'bo refuse them?  Ho is guarded by four,office boys,  and (hey never get-to him. ���������  Substitute  journey round  I'd  like to  And travel too and f*. v,  But. "tbr.t denied, I'll go to see  The moving picture show... '  the Avorld  .Oratory and Seasickness  According to A. C. Benson it Avas tbe  habit of tbe late Professqr Sldgwick;  when crossing tlio English channel, to  take, bis stand In somo secluded part  ot tbe vessel and to pou'r out., audibly'  and rhetorically his repertory of English verso, accompanying it with a  good deal of emphatic gesticulation. I  boliovo tbat the. first experiment was  successful .-.nd that be secured immunity from nausea. But bo said tbo  second .lino that ho tried it he was  interrupted by one of (ho officers with  a inossago from tho captain begging  him lo desist on tho ground that some  ot tho huly passengers wore frightened by his behaviour, being under the  Impression that ho wns mentally deranged. ' lio compiled' wiib the request, and. deprived ot Us intellectual  prophylactic, las brain succumbed, to  physical sens-it Ions.,  OF  L  Ninety Sixth Year the Best in its  History  HMMHUflftftlM  tMKHBH  the  .���������  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  _Mr������tt[eeroUTOrSORTS"RUNDOWN'or'OOTTIIU BLUM"  ..MlftlK (torn KlUNtY. ULADDKR, NEKVOUB C15IASJ*.  ������IROH>CWEArNKSSEKULCERa,SltINI'.llllPTIONS,PILM,  ������rnt������ lot mj FREHlisolt. the host ixsthuctivb  MEDICAL BOOK BVtR WRITTEN,ITTKM.S ALL ������bou* theft  ������ISKASM Md tht  REMARKABLE CURES E.PLCTgD tl  JHB. NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N.I. N.2?N.S  THERAPION-tt-sAS  KK't ih* wiiedr (or YOU* OWN ntlutat. Don't M&_ a MM.  AfcaelottlrPREK. No'taUovap'clrctilt'r*. Dr.LiCLMC  ttis.Co.UivsuTocKJU. UAUPSTI4D. London,IU&  ���������-*-  Patent Your  ^__ _W!I1-h&1I-  1'ATENTS :���������.  Ldeas���������J- ���������  delay  and   wo  ���������for-you-if���������thu-ijioTti has~nio"r-"  It. Send sketch i'or free report. Information on pal nils .and list.of Inventions  wanted mailed .'free.-J. :,:A. MAC-  MURTRV & CO., Patent Attorneys, 154  Bay  Street,   Toronto,   Canada.  \Km4 snd AlexanderMMim, Canada  t'.new What to Expect  1 am perfectly  crazy to meet  new boarder.,  .  I'm not. -     '  Why? ,''.������������������' ��������� ��������� ���������       .  Miss Higgins says he has a perfect;  ly grand intellect.   .',  ,   ,        (  Tbe Co.minc; Fashion  Is your daughter going to marry a  duke, Mrs. Richly?  Dear me,-no! She would'not think  of such a tbiug..  It doesn't appeal Xo her?  Not at'all. Too common-by-far. She  -expects-tonriaTTj''-tlfe-man "wlio sings  for alf tbo leading picture shows-  Suppress d Mirth  ���������  Why this hilarious laughter?  Uncle caught bis thumb in the door  and made a fow remarks.   '  ���������  But that happeno   an hour ago."  Suro, but I didn't dare laugh until  after be bad'left tho houso.  Two of a Kind  Why did Ethel break ber engagement with Jack? .   .  Sho got tired of Mm, and now Jack  is engaged to Sally..  I wonder why she accepted liim?  Sha got tired, too,  ,  Of what?  Waiting for somebody,else.   .  You are very young to be a registered pharmacist, said the lady with the  massive jaw, I wish tho proprietor to  wait on mo avid not, any young clerk.  Where is' your prescription? inquired the propri.-lor._ coming forward.  I have' no prescription. What I  want is iivs two-cent postage stamps.  Poor Ilenpeck often makes me laugh.  His ne: vo he trios to sing  He .calls his wife bis better, half.  Though she's the v/holo blame thing.  - .'Not long ago a cub reporter on one  of the larp.0 dailies was assigned by  the city editor to covei- r. meeting of  the board of, trustees of a public library, i Bring a -: l;ory of about '100  words,,,said the editor;  At a' late hour that night, this story  not being forthcoming, the- youngster  was sent for. i:Iow about tbat story  i_____l^JiQ_ird_.me_eting..?__askcd-tbo-G(!i^  tor.       -    ;.,     '      "     ���������"  It isn't finished yet.     You told me  to mako 400 \vord_ of it.     So far I  have managed to get only 300..  ,   What did tho '   -.rd do?  They met, called- the roll, and adjourned  until  Tuesday evening.  :  .Pleasing the Kiddles  I am so ��������� worried.  What's the matter?  I nm afraid Georgio' will go skating,  I promised him I'd tako bim to tlio  matinee If ho would keep off tho lco. u  I did bettor than that with my boy,  What did you do?    ���������  Promised him 1 wouldn't ra.l<**blm  to the dentist it he wouldi^gn Bflfrt*  l������B.        "��������� . 4-,".;*T S  ..   i'*  ls  ..HjaA  Interested Vlsrtor_'v   ���������  Don't you iind lt very lonesome in  , tbe '*Ily?   You '{tln't.   kr..iw   a   soul  whon you went, thoro, and city folks  nro not like villagers,   Tlioy ar   not  much 011 dropping In, I havo board,  No, ludood, wo havo .cany callers.  What, so soon?  Wull, yo;i nee wo bought our furniture and fixings frau about a dozen  different Instalment houses.  Can't be Done  I havo mel tbo champion pessimist,  At how?  Ilo says that women will woar uglier  bnln noxt season than thoy are wearing now.  How old is'Nolllo? Do youknow?  Yes.     If, nono   of   tho   family  .ironnd  she is twbnty-l'our.  Otherwise. "  Well,' if hor grandmother Is present  she is thirty-seven.  Time* waits'for 110 man, although It  has boon known,to loaf u.ound a year  oy two for a womarj,, ���������  I was curod of Rheumatic Gout by  MINARD'S MN1MRXT.  Halifax- ANDREW KINO,  I was curni of Acute Urouchltls by  MINAKD'S  UNIMUNT.  I/t\-COL,   C.   CRl.WK  READ.  SllSHO'i  I was curod ef Acuto Rheumatism  ,bv MINARD'S MNIMENT.  'MarUhcim, Out. G. S. RILLING.  IjnlK.lloW, Que, Oct. !1, 1007.  Oil for Toothacne.���������There is no pain  so acute and distressing as toothache.  When yoii have.,so unwelcome-n visitor apply Dr. Tlionia-.' Kcloctric Oil '.ic-  cording lo directions aud you will llnd  Immediate .elief. It touches tbo nervo  witli soothing effect and tb palii do-  parts-at onco, That it will case tooth-  acbo ls another fine quality of this Oil,  showing the-many uses if has.  Nothing to That ���������'  How do thoy llko tho now mlnisler?  Pi-.ie.    'He .days football with tlio  boys,  talks  politics to the' men nnd  makes a c;ood hand :.   bridge,  13nt bow about, his sermons?  ��������� Oil, t don't knov    Hardly any  them ;vcr hioai", him preach,  Ralph Perkins, ar artist making a  sketching tour through Khode Island,  chanced ono dny upon .a picturesque  old barn, so alluring to bis eye lhat  he sat down on a slou������ w.ill and immediately set.to work.  Ho soon, became awaro tint be bud  two spectator:) jn 'ibo persons of t.ho  farmer un'd bis wifo, wlio had come  out vo watch blm. ,  Presently the artist discovered that  ho had lost his rubber rraspr, and  wishing to onrrcv' an erro- In (he  skpfeb, Ik*- went . io tho fanner's  wifoAuid asked her If ho might have  .1 ploco of dry bread, Th:.-, as is .universally I.nown, ni.'il'cs a .'food orator,  Tiie farmer's wifo looked al bim wiib  nn p.vnrrssiou of pity nol unmixed with  surprise.-  Dry "bread', she repeated. Woll. I  cuess you won't have 'to put un will*,  dry bread from me, young mnn, T  have got sona 0" mv own onl. in (he  world. , You come'right, into' the kitchen with mo, :iiirl I'll rive you a nice  slice of fresh brpml with butler on il.  No, nnt a word, she -continued; raising  hor !*an<i lo ward off bis oxiiostula-  <ions. I don', caro bow you camo lo  this stale nor nnvUiing about it: all  I know .is vou'rr> bungrv. ;; \ft . bave  never yet nilow*d ."nybodjvto leave my  house craving food.  How Much do you Know of Canada  ' Canadians, as a lule, know, too little  of their own country. To know Cam-da,  evon in a general way, from coast to  coast and from the boundary to the  northorr. limitc of scstll_mer-.t, is a big  The iicib annual report of the Bank,  of Montreal is tlr.- '.ost eve-- icsucd by  Cunada's oldest and best known ban!c.(  The net prolltn (or tlio year amount to  $2,048,000 as compared with ,2,r������18.00O  for tho previous year, bolug at tbe rale  of 1G.GG per'cent, compared wltb IG 21  per conl for 1012, An cxamliuU'-'u of  the lepurt shows tbo bank to br in a  particularly healthy condition. Tho  Capital stock of tho bank Is now ?!(!,-  000,000, whllo the Rest Account ir, also ?lfi,000.000. Dur'.ug tho year, div-j  Idoiid -tllsliuriii mein-. amounted tol  ?l.iit'O.OOO, boing iiiik',' .ip or four quar-'l  lorly divldonds ut iho nil., of 2VI- per  cent, and two bonuses c ich ot 1 per  cent. Altogether lho bank has $.V  ���������im.000 available -fo distribution,  wliich is 1 iado up of net profits for  tho year of $2,018,000 and a balance  carried forward from il.c previous of  $802,000, DIvldeiK" disbursements  absorbed $1,020,000 and bank premise.-.' account $-iS_,000, leaving a bal  unco, of profit and loss carried forward  of $J,0-10,000. ,   .  During ;bo year cloven branches  were opened and throb closed, making  a nei gain for thr year of eight  branches.  A further examination of (ho report  shows that steadv and consistent pro-  Kress was made "'throughout fho year.  The Koto .Circulation of tbe bank is  now slightly over SI7.000.noo, showing  ���������\ pain of almost Sl.O00.onn over thp  returns of 'rhe nreviou*. vpnr. Tho  TVwalK slinw 'rt train durlnrc'the v^ni  nf R. non,non- which must bo consld  oi'Ofl sTtlsfnctnrv in view, of tbe man*-'  calls for r-nnil.nl mado during tbo na*sr.  few month:*.. Tlie bank shows a  healthv increase i" cold'and silver  coin, but on Dip' other b-*nd, Govern-  ment, notes nnd othor m-.ir-kiv avai' ''^p  assets show a pliebV. f-illin^ off. -The  nronorlion of linuid asspfs to (be lia-  bUiiips lo tbo n'li.lio is almn^t T>0 nor  cent, which is sliKhllv loss, than it way  a-year aro. but Is sf'H unusupllv- hieh.  Current Lnan������ mnfto Ibrouffiif.nf. the  lyw nmnumod to almost S129.000.00'-.  Your Liver  is Clogged up  Thai'* Why YouVo Tired���������Out of  Sorti���������Have no Appelilt.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a lev dayj.  Tlicy do  tlieir duty.  Cute  Const!-  , pnlion,  Ciliousncss, Lnllgtition, onJ Siih licadacht,  Smnll Pill, Smalt Do������e, Small Pries.  Genuine mur.t !>cai Signature  order, bu'c it is ono'to whicj every citi-1 ���������,. sio.000.000 lnoro thnn t,ho=o mnd-> ir  the ^previous' vpnr.      Consiilerinc;  t.lip  mgfiv demands made unon hanks :11 >r-  xen of this country should)'apply him-  of  Slow  What, makes Johr. look go scared?  Ilo has Just found out that it is  leap, yonr.  Tell lilm. to bo of go.-, cheer. If  somo damsel should propose to l)lm ho  couldn't mako up his mind now until  noxt year, anyway.  Trial by Jury  The establishment of tlio trial by  jury runs back ecu prior to tho llmo  of Alfred tho Great Ilo Is'snid to  have organized juries of twolvo nion  as how lu prucllco, but, oven cnrllor  sis Webb and six Anglo-Saxon freo-  mon actod as a Jury where thoro was  a dispute between Woluli aud Saxons,  The people'who frequently hnve to  resort to expedients ������t'o those wbo  can't afford to, but do.  Too Previous  Old Parly���������1 nm look-lrg for tbo ob-  Hvmry editor.  Olllco Roy���������WlinTH the matter with  you?     You. ain't doad.  Annoy.'nc  Jusl my luck, o.wlalmod tbo Impatient man, biting ut the end of IiIb cigar savagely,  ���������Had luck','  Listen. 1 JiiBl bought a now um-  brolln,  Md youlntt? it.  No, hnd tho chance lo pick up tlirco  will.In an hour afterward.  fall  His Opinion  How do you like Maine's now  oufllt?  ] should think tho saUswomnn had  to lnb"o a cluL to i.iuko hor fall for It.  This iichoine of the now Indian commissioner to havo tho Indian tribes  rnlBo moro out tin sounds well, but the  MjuivWH already have all the work they  can do,  Tbe federal ivulhovlflen now want  to know what I,; 'chocolate,' in somo  parts of lhe country If io 10 cents a  cup for a little condensed mill; or bogus oi'inuu ami Homo gritty ind muddy  wntcr.  ^HHub,  y-mvmm  Matter of Principle  Uow much does bo weigh'.'  ��������� llrothor Tightwad has novor been  weighed.  Superstitions?  i\Wi   ItitJ  oii)in,t    lo   III'   till,'  DttlivJ.  Smart Man  Mr, TII.1U0 \k milking a lot of monoy,  .lohn. Why :uu't you make us much  ns lio docs'.'  I linvoii't ihe knack of saving that  III' uan.  How docD lie save?  Ilo buys al! Ida ���������,������1fo'������ clothes.  Many a mar. Is fond of u dinner and  a dance, but some nf them hitto lo pay  cither tbo grocer or the 11 "Idler.  To tlio sovornl commercial varieties of t'Ul'.r., otin rnllfd 'nearly' has  been adder rrcsumnbly it ranks in  qimlUy between 'frc������h' and 'strictly  frt'fdi.'  One nftemoon not long ngo a cortnln  Hrooklyn youngster wns much depressed by loiH'll.iOKs, Ills own brother  luul go'.o nwny for 11 week, nnd ibe  hid across tho struct, with whom ho  played occasionally, wnn 111 In bed,  Moreover, thoro wero no toys that ho  found amusing.  In this sad Htntc* his mother found  him, Porhnim, she suggested, I can  piny wllb you. What Is it you wish'.'  To play ludlai.s?  No, mn, sighed "l.o bo;  won twtj littlo dogs, uo I  together.  self. The study of the Dominion is  not only interesting; it is decidedly  profitable. If increases the pride of  the reader in "his own land and it re-  ���������nsils~t5~llimrp'ossfb'IIilies cE wliicTTbo  lias'iiov.cr drtamed,'but which be may  himself realize���������if he wili.  Thoso' remark, suggested by tbo  receipt of a volume on\itled"Tho Western Province's 0.. Canada,' which contains Ms mucb solid information con-  corning tlie great territory in which  are included Manitoba. Saslcatchowaii,  Alberta ancl British Columbia, as can  bo crowded inlo 112 pages of closely  printed'matte. The book contains detailed information coiicernlnj tlie provinces mentioned,,covering sue . points  aa ami, u'.imaU"!, "procip'tation, ��������� products, etc, There arc tables showing  the grain production ovory .year since  1001, and tho average prices of wheat,  oats, barley, and (lax fov tho last six  year:*. Tho plan of Western land survey is explained: tlie bomclcad regulations' ,nre Included, nun a vast  amount of information'concerning tho  raising.of live-stock, and other brunches of diversified farming, A rail ox-  nlannlion is also given or the Canndinn Pacific Railway's policy of selling  lands .to a dual farmers on twenty-  year tonus, and assisting with a loan  for Improvements 10 the extent of  $2,000.  The book, which is illustrated with  twonty photographs n*..d a ir>x',10 map  of the Western provinces, has Just  boon issued In a second annual edition  of '100,000, nf which 200,000 havo beon  shlmipi*. tn Great Rrllaln, and another  100,000 will be distributed throuuh the  O.P.K, Montreal ofllco, , Sump Idea of  iho magnitude or this edition can be  gleaned from the fact that if the paces  wore placed end to ond In rum continuous strip. Ihai sl.lp would reach  2,209 miles--that Is to say, as fnr ns  from Montreal lo C'nlgnry. If llm  wholo edition were placed In one pile,  copy upon copy, Uie u/tiil height would  bo fi.fiio foet���������eight nud tbroc-fimirlor  lines', lho height or the Wool worth  llilhling In Now York, tho highest  building in tlie world, Twelve and 11  half miles nf wire were rciulrod for  stitching 1 Iir* ."upk'ii tr.gdhor. nnd two  enrs to bring in the paper, whicli  Y'oh'hed Biunc sixty tons,  This book will ho mull absolutely  free, pout ago paid, to any render of  this minor wlio will write for It lo Ilio  IMihllcltv Hriim-h, lipuiutmi'nt of Natural ItoEO'.nvf'S. C'liiindliin Pni'lllc Hull-  way, Ciilunrv, Miliaria, lf you have  friends In ollior cniintrleii whom you  would ilko lo liiiorost In Canada, copies will bn r.enl tn ilu'iu iri i' ujion ro-  ipii'sl to lh:������  ibovc address.  im; the nasf few months bv vnnn'iifao  furors. "Business' men and brokers. Vr.o  Good Wages  nnd liftnllMul   outdoor work,  spring, summer and fall. Top-  ��������� notch men earn $20 a' day���������  good men $5 und $10���������  Running Gas Tractors  You can lc������rn ul home by ninil and  ' net practical experience iu our all-  ���������-' ' thc-yeur residence school nt Lnl'orte,  nlio ntoneof our tmvetini- niacllce  xchoolj in your vicinity, Write for  information, "  ���������  Indiana School of Tractioneering  415 Pine Lake Ave.      La Porte, Indiana  Excelsior  Life Insurance Go.  Assota       % 3,600,000.00  Insurance 18,600,000.00 ������������������  Absolute Security For  Policy Holders  Excelsior Policy Forms Approved by Dominion  Insurance Department  Jr^rA?e2SJBS aPPfr'to Provincliil Offlcoa *%  WINNIPEG.     KDMONTON,     SA3KA100K.  - VANCOUVER, or Head Office, TORONTO  CANCER  Book Free. A simpla  Borne treatment removed  tamp from this lady's breaat  Old sorei, ulcers and  growths cured. Descrik������_  , 1  wish I  ouiiM lihiy  ilu:   .hhtiii   H,i.tiH.tf.   Ol    J tJCiil|()ll)n.������  hn", roppnM" vpoolvotl titionymoun i:\������\?.  of $:i,ir������0,<l00 nnd nono wiih thrown In  tht? wiibtohfiHkot horauiic It. wuh un-  slgnftl.  Men  I 50c. a box or ������i������ boxf* foi  t2.R0  n; all dealtia, or The D)tlfJs Modi*  > nine Compaiy, Limitod     Toronto,  Canada.  rPKtml   lioliilciui   wriiiion   at  ;, ,;..n h"',.: t\ f.u.''. 'fin,. -���������      'i,j  ,j',i'. C  ub loin; fiH thoy don't havo Id .talee  euro of thom,  Soire Difference  Vou look uu hupiiy nn   though  luul been kisHcil,  Mnyho I Imvo.  Hut thoro Is no ir.;iti around.  T       .      '       '    I        ' a    -  1   ....,-,..1   ......    uu'..  ..,.-., ini   to   ,1  Willi.  Nol  Willi tlmt MippI.  you  HO  Women Who Take  this universally popular homo  remedy���������at timen, whon thero  isnood���������aresparcd many hours  of unnecessary Buttering���������  Women tntvclf-rh r'tur;i;ii,; from  Muroiu! urc not tulM. ��������� throuuli tin Ir  lmtH to tho f'.iwIoniK inniifflorn. Tiny  /-'��������� '.���������:!!���������!.���������:;; ���������'."! 1 :. A ... ���������'���������v������ \\M  hau nn* [itloriK'il with tht* now forbidden hird iih 1 iu.i(,'<���������-, and hoth Htcrnllv  nnd JlKi.-iitlvoly tho lid hi off.  Kloctrlclty If n Rrent clvlllziT. Hfro  it China thiMlonlnK to ills<*ard Iir.  plctiirr-Piiiio di-rnpllfttlonii for tho rnoiv  nrhanil Turm of electric eliiilr execution.  ^Rim  \t\A ���������veryttW*. lntioiei,S5������������������U.  Mo wuy he culled n tuicocssful mini  who nuilvfr* liln l'uuilly hull :ih woll  annulled with hln ...  Iir- Ih" with hlni-  Rl'if,  Mantro.il im linlrlinp; mrr'-nl loaiifi :n  iwilhin $1.'nno.nnn, of iho nrovi.)''i5  vpnr's'rpcoi'fi niu������i'r lm rn<!triioft a^ ������ri  ipfnolory. Thp tolal ArsoIs of Ht*  hnnic now piunA ...f ni^i^ai zi.tr, ono nfifi  ns onnipnml wiM' s^ST.nnn.Onn fo- iho  nvovio'i" vonr. A'lop-ollin.. \)\(i (.iliow-  i'ip- mndo hv flir> Bnnlc of Mon\'...l_ i-f>-  Unfile;   tlm  lii<rlif.!j(-,  HVJXlKO  (111 IV-   nrc-.f''  (lnn'r, ,crp'i(*r,nl ninnfl^p'', nnd (.'Until'1  f'innpftpil wilii ll. Thr> nasi, voax hn"  br>f>n a .'.'Pinowhnt t.rvin0, nuQi in hnn'l:1*'  iiiifl flii-* {art, Ibfit,' l.ho nnniu'lnl si'"vm  ]).,n l,pr,n v-nnlliprod ca SH ���������i������oasr>i11v  nnrl willi so llltlo Inonnvoniono-1 I'i ly,o  I'uh'.Sr.  liiflip^'rnc,  pHvpTiil   njj<|   rioilSM'V.V  lh-p lwinlMne urnnHPos.  Tlio ndilrosti of lho nrp-i'ilpnt wnn n  liVrinlfivlv sumiunrv nf flnnnclnl ond  nvoiinmic o'liiilili^Tis hf*lli n.t lnm? nnd  nhi-nnd. Mi*. McvpfliMi r>-"'l.-wod iho  iitplorv cf flip linnk, touch\1 on 'ho  I i'idn nnd lndiiBtrlnl oynfl;!',)",1! of Oio  Tlnminlon. vpfpri'od lo tlio moiK-'ttirva  sihintlnn filirood'nnd lln'oT'iiont If c.ll  n\n'nlni������nd n unto of nnll.nls'M. Wlillo  ni1"npnliivT n nolifv of o.vnorvitlsw  ind ruilllnn. lip PVtii'pssprl tho orittilou  tluil,   t'lO  pfMiiniPVciil   CfvnlH In-i   Ql'  r,'i||-  kI-i wns riindiinipiilnllv sound.  Tn lils dlaoii'-sion nf tlip c^nnrnl sir-  uni'on Mr. Moi'piMtli d.-'oprlliod (lin  vpnr lOU' ns ;i nipinornl'in nno, Tu  ft mill llrltnln (lip il "in 11111H1 for mnnov  Imvo Iipimi tinusiiiillv lionvv witli Ihn  roi-nU, (iml 11ip riilp.s woro hlnrhor  thnn in olhor yours Tip nnlnlnd out  "nt liim"' woro mnn������ fiioiors pd'pPlhMr  Oin innnpiiivv H'ltiilloii Mic most not-  'iii.In lu'ln'v Hip Pull'iin Wnr, thn woi-M  "viilo f rn fl <������������������ npJM'ltv. Hip rln.i In nrioos  of ooiiininiiHlf'H find lh.> iioi'lruiH ������inllt|.  onl (llRtiM'l<nii(.PK In T'l'imrfi ti'Kl fl"1-  ���������nnnv. Kiirlhor, 'ilio d.n..i u' fur i-'uhl  nn Ilio inirt of spvonil cnnnlrlon hmc'i  ��������� <��������� v-iwi. ;i>id .ndlii. niMi'.t'. to thi'  Moul.c,iP'-ri if lho iiiniK'Inrv i-lhiiitloii.  floniilcd wlt.li Kils wrm 0 porfldovililo  d.'nroo of Hnplnl iiiii'osl In flront Tlril-  nln, An>i',.hp.r dhiiurlilii',*; fnctor wns  iho   Mnvlonn  slliirillon,  In hln vpviow of tho trnd" or di'indu,  Mr. Morodlth wiih ni,-inl (i|illinl������lli:.  no'.ntlii'i,' out tlmt iho ovnort irnfto \t  now Hhowlii" ii nuirlci'd iidv.i'.ifr whllo  Hip'InitiorlH nro nrii'dlcnllv nlntloniiry,  Indlcntlnn lhf>rpliy 'ilmt Cnii.vla It p.iy-  Inr; hor hllhi hy ilu* cxiioriallou of  pi'odiico,  Thr no,'ti-ofr;'|p forolnn I't-ndo of Cun-  ndn for 11io 7 ninnthn owlln" Oclolior  wus .������ii:ii).non,r,nn ns nuiitniit sr.Rn.onn nno  for tin'' ..iirnn prrlnd a year ntrn, wlillu  in Uni hnir.o iioi'lod tho pxri'Hfl nf im-  iiortt. nv"r fviifirts hnt'o \toon nil down  frnm jion.ono.nnn to *i-innno.ono. Mr.  Meredith islliiin'ied Ihp vnluo of (ho  del'' vviwr, lht������ your, i\t nre^ont wIoob,  ul $.1im,iMii.n00. Tfo tl*,i>n lnok up oiieli  nnivliit!'* hv ItHoif. iilmwlin: tho condl-  u.Hth i.i.M.iuiiiK .11 1,un nml suiiniiaii/.-  \c." tv- Ir.tdp oulhir1.-. /l(.''i ' u!'Jj )!.������  , foiidvlnrr nnilriilfltlo. piiininnry.  "Hiiiiliif'Hfi iih a wholo conllnupa  Kuod. Our viiRt renourcoH lmvp boon  HCiiiToly Her.nolr'd, immigration Ik  hii'RC, rallwny coiiBtruetlon.t ncllvo,  nt i, niiiiiiii uuu new sdDr.'.e: Ol  wvsihh am liclnj. Bteadlly oprnod up  nnd tho t'dtitldormii of Urltish imd Kor-  eii'ii I'lipltnllBlii iu our rfiun'.iy In una-  hul'd. A toin:)ornry halt can only  refivtili Ciu.ada for yot i;roater nchlevo-  inoiitH."  C������B?-sroBuic rwelvni send booVanr! leilimonisls.  Xtia, CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE, kiuiTW  IO CHURCHILL. AVE,. TOfiONT������  Durability  the reasons of the  popularity of "Perrin"  Gloves.  At IcadlnR dealers,  everywhere.       *���������?���������  Deep Grief  Why do you cry''  My srent uuiit has just died.  '   Uciir up.   Mnybo bho reniomberod  you In hor will,  5-ilio did.   Sho loft, mo hor cut aal  lier caiinry,   ������������������ 'JTifit'r, why I cry.  Main Crop  i would lllco to sell you an estnt������  iu Moxlco.  What will Brow on It?  Auyihlnf..  lluw nuuiy vevolutloua cun ybu ruU������  to iho iuto?  fernlttent Astlmit. A incit dl������������  (i'cssIiik cliarnnlorlistlo of UiIh dohllln-  tlllK iIIkciiho, la *.ho porHlHtoiico Willi  wiih I: rociiiTliui r.tuicltH como to uaji  nwny HtreiiKl.'.i und lonvo ll.a culTomr  !n a blnlo A 11 in*okI fontluu;,' oxUniiAt*  Ion, No wind* precaution onn lio tnlc*  on Hinn that 0; lu'oplnu ut hand %  supply of Dr, ,'1. O. Kollo������B'ft Asthmm  ftpinrdy, finnous at thf mih't; potent  roiiKdy for oradlcutlni. Ih'j dlut'iiati  from iho tendor nlr iinssniron.  Tl.'. Aim-ririin lieii :;��������� belter prepared (linu llu* American 'hoof fritter' tb  meet the renuiva" of thr- tariff. In  l(������i:: mfii),t)W,inn) ckks, tn ah nml canned, were c-xiiorud, l.rimdiiK niarly  $4,rjl')ft,O0f) In return. Imports in-  cre.ise, hut are lur ln.-l.iw f\pnrtn, and  Ul,; hull in liu^iuic.   lo do hHli heller  If Bpj'.'.cn lo Jilmlly,  Whllo'tr   yinrh^   ;i   ..���������1j!!(   ;;;;;,  J   -^ ^  ovor lo RtiBt HoHton on tho fprry.  1 iit.ni wuh a Hinnm hIiovcI nt work  run. in lho harbor, and I wna Blnndlriff  walehliiK U. Suddonly I felt n tafi  on mv Khonlder nnd turnotl nround to  find ii son of Krlu HtnndlnK thors. Rny.  mild ho l^n't thlj a wonderful pouti.  try'.' Hy Korry, now, Jus', look at  that thim: Roln' down thoro now. Lool: .  ul It. 1 wouldn't wuir. to bo Um  nny nt lho hoitom flllltiK tlmt thing  up, would yo?  Anxwcr not a fool iii'.cortllnfC to liln  folly or ho will ko about proclaiming  you Ium lirother.  The  title r  map who Is Ioiik ou pallene*  h.t.s jil'i lit* w.tiit. or nwtlilng.  'nit- [i!!(-v,- who ;.pend: nioa't ot his  limn in dre.uulaiitl Ih generally In bad  with tho tax colk'clor- ;i  A man evpeets ti {.iri to cIimiro her  name v. hen siio mairlos, nn I the girl  expects tbe man to change hia nattiro  The Income tax law doe.n't c<imp"l ,-_-^������__������������������������__������������_������������___������____���������.__-������������������____.  :i man fo list IiIh a'rltiin KlcaKu an a  _,        ._   ',        _ _. ,"  part of IiIh lm?i)iin', but no few roi nriyjTry Mut'inO Eye Remedy  wr-alili Hln. th������t bat it probsbly mal,w j |( yo��������� j,,tve Ke(1 \vcak, Walt-ry Ryet  no dlfiereiice.  |m "U;wv.uU^ i:,������lidi.   I>oiWi Smart  , "   , ,   _, 1 .-Soothc'i  Jiyo I'ain.    Dru^ciM*?  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IN THE iMATTKfl OF Dsn.iel
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Jnno 25th 1013-
IN THE MATTIiU of llie   '-Ofiicial Administrators Act."
TAKE NOTICE-tlmt <by ordor bf His Honor Judgo Ijarknr,
liiudo the 5th d��y of November,
1913, I wns ijppointoil .Administrator of lhe Krihite <��i!' tbo  abovc-
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IB the news. .pmn&CTtrAJro, b. c  BOOTH WAS ARRESTED  IN CHANCERY.  SALVATIONIST'S     AUTO     WHIT 13  Sfc.WB CRUSADE RECALLED.  Jfcad of tho "Army," Along Willi  W. T. Stead and Others, nought a  Girl to Prove Tlmt It Could Be  Done 'and llooth Alono Escaped  ..Conviction for Abduction ��������� Ho'  MasLed a Strenuous Life.    ,     ,  i  Bramwoll Booth, who wat ln Can-, j  ada recently on  lils  ilrst Canadian ,  visit as   general   of   the  Salvation  Army, is   purhnps   the   best known  campaigner against tho white slave  tralllo living.    It was ho who nmda ,  tlio  Investigations   that  led   (o   the.  memorable battlo bolwoon   the English .authorities- anil    William' T.  Sloud, who, as odilQi* of Tho Pall Mall ;  (iiiiiolto, was sentenced lo norvo three  months in-'prlson for his woric In ex- j  exposing this terrible trallle. , ' j  ��������� It is not generally known that  D'-umvoll Booth also stood trial  along with tie late..Mr. Stead on a.  charge ot procuring a" young girl, In  order to bear out the charges made  by the two men that such a thing aa ;,  a white plave IraGc really existed.  General-, llooth, or just plain Brain-  well, as ho was thon, .was acquitted,  while Stead wus not as lucky. Several of Bramwoll Booth's associates, ,  however, spent varying periods In I  Ilolloway jail; and lt is perhaps to  tho credit of lilm more'than any other man that the so successful-- fight  against the heinous traffic has boen  vaged.    ���������   , 0 ' , 1  goneral Booth slill considers the  Inauguration^ the battlo against the'  trallle, tho greatest one he ever per-,  formed, and spends much of his time  ln keeping tlio battlo alive. It was  ln tho early days of the life of the  Salvation Army, and while that great,  body was still being subjected to the  taunts of jeering mobs and utter Ignoring of the press, that.. Bramwoll  Booth discovered that a traffic in  young girls existed between England  ns the source of supply and France  nnd Belgium as the'market. At lirst  he was loath-, to believe what he  heard; but, on further investigation,  ho found' that the traffic hit some :  'ol tho most ixalted heads of England and the continent. . liis disclosures, - however, were of such a na-  luro that the newspapers refused to  print a line, and ho was met with the  : greatest barrier ho could encounter.  In    his   perplexity    he    approached  'Stead, who at first only laughed, but  iquief.y carried on an investigation of  his own, and learned that conditions  such sas those described to him by  ���������Booth really existed. Stead then de-  Tided, to throw all the power he held  ^iH_oditor_of_'iIhe_J?all-MaIl_QazeUo-  lnto  the  propaganda.     '���������'���������'���������  When Bramwoll Booth asserted  that girls of thirteen and even younger were taken, from their 'Very  mothers' arms and sold Into the homo  of some dissolute nobleman or some  wealth:" untitled profligate, he was  r,coffed at. The House of Lords had  passed a bill raising the ageof con-  pent, and providing somo penalties  i'or persons who violate the honor of  children, but tho Commons on the  plea that to pass, such a bill would be  to acknowledge the charges against  the na jnal honor, resisted tho bill.  j Members of the House Indignantly ���������  denied that any English woman un-  ilcr any circumstances could be induced to sell her own flesh and blood,  even they, scoffed at Bramwoll llooth  hud Stead. ������  ��������� Rebecca Jarrett, a reformed keeper  of a, disorderly houso; c jiitossed that  nho had purchased many girls of  tender, age from mothers, and had  afterwards Incarcerated them in her  tllve. She nald that the prices varied  from ������25 to $250.  , Rebecca Jarrott discovered Ilio  names ot somo of the noblemen who  had lent a hand to the. traffic, and'  1 hoy were published by Stead in hia  paper, ���������.       ���������   '  Convinced that by, arguments nlono  they would not bo liblo to drlvo tho,  Horrible seriousness of tho trafllo  homo to tho minds of tho legislators,  Bramwcll Booth and Stend decided  they would actually buy a girl from  her mother, which (hoy did through  Jarrett, who represented horaelt aa.  the dlvo-lcoopor of old.  Whon lt was mado public that this  luul boon really dono, Stead, Bramwoll Booth and Jarrett, along with  novoni others wero placed under  iirrnsl, and charged with abduction,  rvory one except* Uramwoll Booth was  convicted. Booth wnn hlfiHod Ih tho  . trocl,' and oven the proufl of that day  ppoko In bitter words of tha "holnoufl  net ho had committed." They could  not poo how ho had accomplished  imythlni.'by bringing such prncllebH  lo light, and ho wan condemned on  ovury sido.  It was not until 188!) Hint, any con-,,  ported nfl'orls woro mado by ilio', Government to euppronB tho traffic.   In  thut year, Lord Dalhoimio, u member  of tho committee appointed by tbo-  House  of  Lords   to   Investigate  tho  matter, said thnt It, "surpassed Iniir-  rant villainy and rascality any othor ���������  irr.do in human bolngn In nny part of  th: world, ancient or modorn,"  That was tho beginning of "tho  victory, nnd each yenr bus scon nd-  . illtlonnl lawn pnoaod aimed at extinction of [h.o trnffi". 'Vhn mm-it roomf  InW to bo paused for that making tho  use-of the lash compulsory to ort'ond-  , ero on their first conviction of.on-  gaging in tho .truffle.  aoneral Booth nlnco ho stieppofl Inlo tho position loft, vacant by tho  d.^th ef hi" father bnn lTintt������������iirnt/wl n  system of lobbying to. prevent the  paflflago of. legislation irja^would tend  to nvalt'o tho present most efficient  lawn Involved. i  ��������� ,"l think that England now loads  the world tn tho suppression of this  lrnfn>," nald tho general recently. "It  Ih now for ue to noo that Bho Itoopo  ho.' position, and \t the name timo  help the ri'Hl of ihe world to Improve  tha conditions that exist to the day  In hundreds of our Urge cities  throughout lho world,"  Telling  tho  Romanco  of, a  Much-  Misunderstood institution,  For twenty-five yoars a lady called  periodically at the offices of the Commissioners for tho Reduction of tho  National Debt, und presented a little  claim for $6,500,000, which,'Bho said,  was in.Chancery. ...Aud many other  peoplo cherish a similar delusion  with regard to the great legal lnstl-'  tutlon which, unknown tp thom,'  touches tholr lives at ma'uy points;  They suppose it to bo merely a deposit for derelict gold. ,     |  There aro millions ��������� hundreds ofj  millions���������in Chancery; but lho proportion of this vast sum. that Is uu-,  claimed ls comparatively small. Own-]  erless accounts^ tho records rotating;  to which do not go back farther than,  1720, aggrogato moro than llvo million dollars, and'are,' for tho most  part.Tolatlvoly small In valuo. Whllo;  not one���������and ln all tliero aro about  ,it,000���������is worth leas limn ?2G0,"one-  half do not exceed $750 in valuo, and  ouly    about    ono-twentlelh    exceed  16,000.        ,!     ., i  Substantial sums, however, are fre-;-  fluently-recovered from Chancery, ln  somo cases after tho lapse of a very  long period.   In 1893 a claim was'  successfully made to a fund which  had, been ln'court sinco 1753.  There  was another  curious   case   ln 1900,  when Chancery yielded up a fund it  had held for 125 years.  The amount  ���������$3,GOO���������represented,, the estate of  a lady who waa married in 1784, and  who disappeared on her wedding day.1  Equally singular, but for another  reason, were tho circumstances connected witli a claim made ��������� a few  years ago. After the estate of a certain lady had beon in Chancery for a  comparatively short lime, 'a number,  ot claimants came, forward, and it  was distributed among them.   -  '  Four years later, a solicitor ad ver-,  Used for. tho lady, in the belief that  Bho was still alive, and his advertisement coming to the notice of some/  of the deceased relatives who liad not;  participated in the distribution, they'  made Inquiries, and, as a-result, naturally wanted their share of the  estate. '   . ;  Then the trouble began;  Several of" the beneficiaries had  spent'the money they had received,,  and one of these was actually insolvent; so thoro was nothing to-be got  from them. But three other persons,  two of them'maiden.ladies, had their  windfalls still intact, and were obliged to deliver them.up to tlie last cent,  because they were net so near of kin  to the deceased as the new/claimants.  Most of such claims are prosecuted  by a peculiar class of workers on Tom  Tiddler's ground. Known as "Chan-,  eery excavators," they .spend much  time in digging among the records.of  the court, and strange indeed are  many of their "finds."       , -    .  One of them some years back hit  on a clue to the ownership of $8,500.  which had been lying in court for  half a century, and, after numerous  searches, worked out the whole history of,the fund, which was.ultimately paid to tho executor of tiie man in  whose name it stood.  In addition to money, many other  things go in Chancery; and "there has  not been a'time for centuries when  it did not hold land and, buildings.  Never, perhaps, did real,estate .pass  Into its keeping in stranger circumstances than In a caso wliich happened about ten or (Ifteen years ago. In  consequence of losing a law suit, a  Hampshire landowner abandoned his  farm In a IU of pique, and for long  afterwards it ;was, with the exception of ono field, which was cultivated by the vicar for liis tithe, a  melancholy waste.  Famous for Poor AVrlting.  The atrocious writing of celebrities  recalls tho claim onco mado, on behalf  of Baron Bramwoll, a noted English::  man, that ho wrote three hands:  "One which ho alono could read, anothor which lils clerk could read and  ho couldn't, nnd :. third which nobody could road," and tho last named  was his usual style.  Lord Cuiv.on, whon a young man  at collogo, onco found his bad wilting  'stand him iu good stead. Writing two  letters, ono to a relative,-tho other  to a chum, ho enclosed thom in tho  wrong envelopes. It chancod that m  the nceoiid letter ho'had niado some  uncomplimentary reference to his relative, and on discovering tho mistako  ho had mado ho awaited developments with anxiety. Thoro presently  jcamo a lottor from tho uncle:" "I havo  tried to decipher your epistle," It.  'ran, "but your writing Ir ho atrocious  that I cannot make bond or tall of It.  Howevor, 1 punas tho drift of it to bo  that you nend sonio money, you  rogue, so l enclose a chock."  A GREAT INVENTOR.  THE LIGHTHOUSE.  WITH REAL "PROPS."  Telling of tho Mnrch to Fame of ttt*.  Conanetidntorc Mnrconf.  It Is recorded of Gugllelmo Marconi as a child that ho walked at an  unusually ,parly ago, and talked  au, mutually late one.  Ho has retained theso early characteristics. Groat scientist though  ho Is,*, ho is essentially an -opon-.alr  man.  Tho Wireless Wizard has always  delighted'1 in swimming ajid' Balling.  As a young man, his lovo of the latter sport nearly cost him  his Ufo.  Used  The  Sailor's  Host Friend   As  It Ts   When the Genuine Article Is  t,    To-day, .  , ',     !,     *     Behind ti'_ Footlights.  is a lighthouse a "revolving," an '     On the eve of the production of  "occultatlng," or a "flushing" light? .."Sealed Orders" at Drury.Lane���������by  FINANCING A CHURCH  at Alt Is a very simple matter to delor-  ���������  | mine, -With a "revolving" light the  : illuminating beam seems to increase  gradually in strength, and then die  nway Into darkness. ���������  I     An   "occultatlng"   light,   shows  a  ono of the coincidences lhat happen  so oddly for managers ��������� a genuine t  Georgo    Morland    was     discovered,"  among tho properties of. tlie theatre.  The painting, which Is, of course,'  "worth a considerable sum," will lie  It 13V. ROUT. LAIRD UNDERTAKE  A BIG TASK.  steady beam of light, interrupted sud-. exhibited "at every performance of the1  gorily at-regular intervals liy short drama, making Its appearance in tlio  ; periodB of total darkness.   With oe-; scene- representing Christie's famous  cultating lights tlio period of ilium-1 auction-room.   This is by no means  bwlft to act whon ho has mado up   Ination Is .always longer than tho lu-! tbo Ilrst' time that genuine art-lreas-  hls mind, but slow to speak, and even  ,11'en sparing of words. His father j  wiib an Italian" banker nud country, j  gentleman, his mother an Irish lady.  !As a rule, it is not the men born iu! j  aflluent circumstances who do the'!  things-thai, matter, but'Marconi is an'1  exception. ;  lt Is, perhaps, not generally known  that as a small boy he spent some'  time at a school nt Bedford. He is  still remembered thore, For ono  thing, he refused to learn writing as  customarily taught at school lie saldj  tervals of darkness,  ures havo   figured ..upon   tho stage,  "Flashing"' lights aro of two sorts, i though up to now, nono ot them have  They inay shown swift flash of light, had newspaper paragraphs all to  nt regular intervals in the darkness,' ! themselves.  or they may glvo a steady light with J in "The Last ot the Dandies," al.  frequent intervals of darkness, What; His Majesty's, tho scene representing  makes a light a "flashing" light is  that thoro is moro dark than light,  whilo with an occultatlng light tlioro  Is more light, than dark.  Tho correct word'for a lighthouse's  period of darkness Is "eclipse."  Lights differ greatly" In llioir  strength.  The Gt. Orme's Head light,  it was  absurd  to  mako  him  wasto ; fcr iustiuice, .beside   Llandudno,   Is  .time acquiring a style of handwriting,  which he would novor uso when1  grown up. ��������� I  ��������� Similarly he outraged scholastic  jOplnlon by refusing to have anything  to do wllh tlio parrot-like repetition  of what ho was told;  , Ho would work hard at anything  lhat Interested hlni, such, as physics.'  Bul the masters might lead him ever  so often to tho pool of Latin and  Greek grammar and bo would not  drink_ Possibly for this reason ho  did not stay long at his English  school, but completed' his education  'at the university of his native Bo-  logu'a.  Here, again, he sludied only what  ho chose to study. ;        [  Electricity fascinated him. He'was  vlsiblo twenty-four miles off iu clear  [weather.    The   Flamborough   Head ���������  light shows for twenty-one miles, the ,  Cromer light for twenty-three.    Tho I  Cape Wrath light, looking but on the !  stormy   wator   round   the   north of  Scotland, shows clear foi:-twenty-se\\,  en, miles,   the   longest   distance   at  which any British light can be seen,  Tho Eddystono can bo seen for seventeen. .   ., I  I    Some   of   tho   newer   fashions   in  lighthouses are very curious.   ��������� I  !    The great Capo Wrath lighthouse,  'for instance,  Is to  be rebuilt.     At  'present, it stands on a mighty cliff  j;four hundred feet above tho sea, and  only sixteen or so when he installed  electric light, bells, etc.; in his father's houso, and- incidentally got himself regarded by the local peasantry  as a' sorcerer. ���������'  Mr. Marconi, of course, has never'  claimed to be the discoverer, of the  phenomenon of .electric "waves."  Hertz did that, but it was Marconi  who first saw tho possibility of using  Hertzian waves for telegraphing without wires. ' ,  He waa young, well-off,' full- of  "life," but he devoted Iiimself to patient study and experiment. It was a  "great day when he succeeded in sending a wireless message from one. end  of his father's garden to the other;  j Ofv his experiences .when he  .brought his invention lo England.lit-  '.Ue .need be said. He was anything  but the peuniless inventor, but at the  same time he met wilh'.incredibility  'and opposition enough.   .-  However, he was bound lo win,  'Marconi is essentially a���������man who  _lfiaY____nothihg_lo_chance.���������lle-prom^  'ises nothing that'ho has not already  satisfied himself he can do. He is a  lirsl-rate man of business, and a con--  siimmate judgo of men and motives.  Had he been penniless his success,  though inevitable, ihight have beeu  delayed. As It was, he could afford  to take a strong-line, and to maintain  .that sturdy independence whicli Is so  characteristic, of him.    "  ���������  To meet, he is a man of great  charm, Very, quiet, very simple, very  direct, but a man whoso personality  impresses and pleases at onco.  Ho has beautiful eyes, large.and  luminous, of a hazel which in* some  lights looks\grey, in others dark  brown,  As the result of an. Accident ho has  lost the sight of ono eyo, but they  say he can soo moro out of tho other  ono than most mon of normal vision.  A great man, one whose' namo will  llvo for ever, but an. modest as you  make them. ,No doubt ho has mado a  groat deal, of money, but far above  gold does he .value his great Invention,  is frequently hidden in fog. The new  light will bo a quarter of a'mile further out on a low-lying storm-swept  reef. The waters there are so dangerous jhut; the usual steam-tender is  out of the question.  ; So a great shaft is to be dug of the  cliff-head. From the fool of this shaft  a covered way ot reinforced concrete  will runout along ''lho, top of the reef  to the new lightt tlio gaps being  I crossed by slecl girders enclosed in  [concrete to keep Ihem from being cation away by the, spray.    A lift at tlie  Gore Houso, the residence of Lady  lllonstnglnn, was sl.-ged with an absolute disregard ot expense its regards real bronzes, real bric-a-brac,  real pictures, and real antlquo furniture, Among tho ullent performers  was a genuine Aubusson carpet, costing . 1,000. Indeed, the carpet in a  west-end production Is not a thing to  bO'looked down upon at. all, and the  artistic conscience of, the modern  manager bids him spare no expense  in tho.acquisition of real '"proper^  lies." When tho Duchess of St rood  received the gay Lord Que'x (in the  play so entitled) ln her boudoir, the  bottle of wine which the pair cracked was brought forth from an Italian  cabinet, (worth a largo' sum), for  wliich tlio management had hunted  all. over London,  Tlio -late Sir Henry Irving, as  Charles I.,'wore a pair of silver spurs  which wero genuinely "of the period," and would have, been prized  by' collectors. These,' together with-  the antique lace and' the genuine medallion worn by the actor-knight, represented quite a considerable sum,  uf money. Another of the real properties which fgured in the same'  production was an ancient .lacobean  chest; The same chest' aflervardn  played a thinking part in Mr. H. B.  Irving's production of "Markhclm,"  at the Lyric Theatre.     .,  The interior of the antique-dealer's  shop .was well.slocked .with genuine  wares. Some good oil p-.intlngs.and  a few sixteenth century bronzes were  Xew* Secretary of the Hoard of Kin-  nnce In Another of the Men l-'ronr  Nova Sent la Who T>o Things in ���������  Koliglyus and Educational Lines!  '-.���������He Was .Made Professor off  Queen's, In 1003. '   ���������  The Presbyterian Church in Can--  ada is rich In. men of organizing abil-^  Hy.   The new secretary of the Hourd*""  of    Finance    is    lho    most    recent  example,. The Hoy, Robert Laird, of  Kingiit'in,   is  yet  one  more' of   lho.  bright young men from Nova Scotia, ���������>  which is the cradle of so many ot .  Canada's big  men.    Mr. Laird  sustains the tradition for the province,  for he ls big in every sense of tho  word.    Ho has minister*.-), at Cum'p-  bollford, .WU.: Urockville, Out.; up I. ���������  land, end  and  a narrow-gauge  lino i among the articles displayed, and a  for supplies will make the new  Cape  Wrath lighthouse the only one in tho  world with a tube of its own.  .' A new idea in lighthouses that has  caught  on  greatly.. of  recent  years  might1 he called- that of, the "fake/'  'lighthouse.  Its technical iiame is the  "apparent." light. It is used for economy's sake, whero.a light ,'s wanted  'on  a dangerous   sunken   reef,  and  where the building of a proper liglt-  house Avould be a very risky arid a  very expensive job.  A small size lighthouse is lilted up  ���������Instead-.-���������But-Ill 0-!antC������U_has_n Q-!i"ht_  of its own. ��������� It only collects and reflects by means of a mirror and-lenses  the powerful beams bf a hidden light  on shore. ������������������ .  A slill newer idea that the-Elder  Brethren of Trinity House (the lighthouse authorities) are experimenting  with ls the.usc of wireless in time of  [fog,' By the use of whal.is called the  radiocojnpasK bewildered ships -can  get their exact" bearings by wireless  messages from lighthouses,  Another now idea is submarine signalling. Sound signals, travel far  better under water than over It. These  'submarino bells can be heard ton  miles away I'n rough weather and  twenty in cmoolh." - -  i Tho bells are struck by powerful  [clappers being worked by electricity.  |As showtn'g the spread of submarine  .signalling, It may bo mentioned that  eight years ago. only one ship was  provided with submarine, ears, while  'now* thore arc over nine hundred,  Ignorant of Art,  Talking tho other,night al the Authors' Club on lllorntiinvnnd painting, Mr. Walter Emanuel, of Punch  faino, mild that the Ignorance or tho  mdflsch on artlfltio inutterH is appalling. Ilo told an amunlng ntory of an  Incident which occurred when,he was  recently passing Ihrough ii certain exhibition. Ilo.camo ucroBfl a group of  persons looking at ft certain picturo,  ono of whom snid, "Is II, a drnriiig?"  Thn reply was, "Ko, stupid; It's an  itching," A third porson Interrupted  nml nald, "No; you'ro both wrong.  It's a pastille."  TnipftwlmK'ut Tn l<'w;lfl������i1  Tn F.nKlnnd It wat tlio old p'TfifHpn  to Impeach for conduct out of'office,  PrV/ato cttUonH could bo Impouchod,  Dr, SftcbcvorcH waa impeached for  prodchlnK an 'unpopular narmon, tho  Duko of Richmond for proponing an  ., ,,,,       ,.     .1    .     T' .   .      .      -.A    t   ., *. ������ ^  (XajOUk II.UCUV    U.     V..V.      ..-*i.lm    iJ-     WV.-������-  and Inlgo Jonos for tearing down a  church; nut In America Impoachmont  hao boon rcstrlctod to men In. ofllco  for conduct in offlco,  ,  They Liked Tall  Feathers.  Toward tho ond of tho eighteenth  century upstanding feathers becamo  quito tho rage for tho fashionable  woman's headgear. A writer in Tho  London Times of 179fi illualratoa���������tho  epidemic: "At all elegant, assemblies  there Is a room set apart'1 for the ladles to don their feathers, as It Is  impossible to woar them iu any carriage ��������� with a top. The lusters are  iilao removed on this "account, and  the floors are carried up to tho colling. A well-droBsod lady who nods  with dexterity can givo a friend a  little lap upon lho shoulder across tho  room without Incommoding, the dancers. The ladles' feathern are now  generally carried In Ihe sword caso  at tbo back of tho carriage."'  Aristocrat* Flying.  Thn younger hoiih of tho nrlftlo*  eracy nro among tho keenest recruits  far the Hying nervlce of (he Army  and Navy. Among the latest mom-  born of noble liouonn who havo lakon  out pilots' certificates nre Lord  Georgo Wollosley, youngest son of  tlin Duke of Wellington, nnd Lord  Kdwnrd Arthur Grosvenor, the  younger son of the Ilrst Duke of  Wi'StinliiBtor by his second marriage  Only Sixty-N'lno Yenrs Ago.  ' It was not until 18-1*1 that a law  was passed ln England compelling  every railway lino to run one, train  each way dally, conveying passengers In covered carriages, at" the rate  ol! a penny (two cento)'a mile. Tho  ordinary speed was to bo 12 miles  an hour, In those daya," writes  J. C. Wright; "thero were throo  classes. The third-class coach was littlo better than a cattle truck,, ll. had  no roof and no seats, Into this tho  passengers were packed and hnd to  stand durlug tlio whole Jo'urnoy, or, if  tlioro was room, to squat on the floor,  exposed to the rain or sun and bom-  gardod by nparlui omitted from thu  'cn/tlno. Socoiid-rliiP.i passengers wore  kindly udvlBod lo provido themselves  with gauze 'spectacles and to ull nn  far Trom tho engine as possible. An  for lighting the carriages at night,  no micli luxury wan entertained,"  very valuable mounted mirror' was  toyed with by Markheim, just before  tho, murder of the dealer. The crime  was committed with a dagger dating  from tho Borgias, with which���������thrilling thought! ��������� some genuine tragedies may have been consummated.  On a slightly'different plane was  the feeling for realism'which led a ;  manager, touring Sir J. M. Barrie's j  piece, "Tlie Little Minister," to trav- j  el'.1, (technical term) a real farm- j  house dresser and a concealed bed��������� ;  both genuine   articles   from   Kirric-; |  _,pi,'l,C_fu r������-������n,,e_<il! lrp_tic_l_ll ft_l-lir 1.1ml n.-n_L  of Sir James r.nd ������ the original  ."Thrums.". ��������� x -   - j  There was a curious incident, some |  years ago, in connection with a piece  produced al a west end theatre, concerning an easel.  The business of tho scene required  tho usual appurtenances of an artist's  studio. One of the players had a relative who was a painter, and he was  deputodoto borrow an easel. This he  did without going through tho trili-  iug formality of asking leave ��������� his  artistic kinsman being out when he  called on his quest, but he was careful to select the oldest and least valuable looking easol in tho place, Mat-,  tors were duly explained afterwards;  but the painter looked iho'fe; perturbed than the circumstances RCetnod''to  warrant.  "Well, mind you lako 6are of that  easol,"he remarked, on, parting, "it  belonged to Sir Joshua Reynolds, and  I wouldn't, lose it, foi" a thousand  pounds." A ,    , ���������  11KV. UOllHRT I.AU'.D.  Vancouver. I'n 1005 he was appointed to the chair of practical theology  in Queen's University, one more notable contribution from lho. premier  maritime province to the educational  life of the Dominion. The Presbyterian describes him as being "a born  organizer, and abundantly endowed  with the grace of perseverance."  At the Finance Board, h- wn  have scope for, the exercise of his  ability as an organizer. The Presbyterian Church ls fortunate In its possession of men of the type of Robert  Laird. Incidentally, Mr,, Laird is a  brother of the manager bf the Canadian branch of .lho National Cash  Register'Co.. another "born organlar  er."���������Canadian Courier.   ,  Why Not Short-Haired Dames?  Pi'lmlllVf Signalling.  OT primitive railway iilgnalliug ft  riirloiiH example In given by Dr, John  Iforr In "MnnmrlnM Grave and Gay,"  Ilo wished to tako train at Ord-'tis, a  aiding on lhe Hiuiff hrniich lino, nnd  wan Instructed by..one who ltm-w the  inelliudu of thnt lino "to go to Die  siding and an (lie train approached  sot llro lo a newspaper mid tho train  would Mop." On currying out inatnic  Uoth youiic fcllown are In Iho'iVrinyi I H"������ Ibo wind prevented the paper  Unique Ship Berth.  , Sydney hnrbor, In tlio Government  dock on Cockatoo Island, possesses a  unique ship berth. It Is hown out of  nolld rock. The formation of the Is-,  land wan originally quite unsuitable  Tor a dockyard, an the rock roso nli- or  from the water to a height ot llfty  to novonty feet. This was gradually  cut back, first l.o permit lho building  of graving docks and later to make  room for building slips and shops  near water level. The work has boon  continued until at prnHont (.wn-thlrds  of the total area of ihlrty-llireo acres  has hpen brought to a practically unl-  'forni level of about fifteen feet nbovo  high Ud.'.  ,A~ well-known London hairdresser  would condemn thousands ot women,  lo the barber's shears if he could.  "Ono woman in every four," this  daring man argues, "would improve  her looks by shortening her halt^  Look at that " woman with hfir  skimpy locks alV skewered and  frowsy, or that other with her slovenly, lustreless" hair, that doesn't  look as if it had grown on a woman's head. : Only one woman in ton ,  can-or docs-givo her hair half Its  due. Cut it short, and you have a  woman of distinction al once.  "You'd be surprised," declares ho,  '!if you knew the number of women  who.at'one time or another havo a  passjon to bo shorn, but only tho  masculine woman has. the courage lo  submit lo the scissors. She wears ',  hei* hair far too short to prove' her  equality with man���������a 'short cut' to  emancipation. If somo of her loss  angular sisters would show how,  pretty short curls really aro when  they' framo a pretty faco wo could  make a start on tho way to hygiene,  and beauty.  "Why do 1 dissuade womon from  surrendering their tresses?" ho nBk-  cd. "Well, you see, I have no suicidal tendencies, and l um nnt yet Ih  a, position to buy back the family  eel ate In Franco."  and both took out their cnrtlllcnton  within a month of tholr flrut flights.  Siege of Gibraltar.  Tlioro have beon many filegon of the  fnmoiin rock  of  Gibraltar,  but   the  great obi. wiib the one unstained from  illti t-OiubltH.il lalltl  Allti ttf-.t  ioit'.i, Ut  France and Spain, 1770-&!.. For four  yearn all the powers and reeoureefl of  tho science of the time were exhausted by the nnBallantn without succour,  Undor the Inspiring loadornhlp of Sir  Georgo Kllot iho besieged njorethau  held their own tn ono of the most  momorablo ologoii in all history.���������  Pennon's Weekly,  burning, bin it uteiitoilun nhout  brought tho (ruin lo a nl imd Hill, and  Dr, Kerr wan taken aboard.  lleillnui.  The word lledlam Is a rorrupllon  ui   i'nv   V\(jmi   j,(MiU������;iit'Ui,   wmen   \s,ui  iho waiv." of it vcllglou? hoir-t- ln l.i-n  don, converted  into  an  asylum  for  luntttlcn ln ir>.il.  It in believed by many to be the  oldest aKylitiu I'or lunnllcu In Europe,  though tlioro Is ono In Hpulu which Iu  \iAt\l   ili   Ua'IV.   l/MVMl   lUUliUVtl   Ui  -,llt   <rtl-  lier dato.  Servant Girl a Greek Scholar,  A servant girl Iiiih won llm lirst  prize for New Testament Greek given  by Tho Sunday School Chronicle of  London, Eng. Sho studied It In her  pun try. The girl wiih loft mothorleun  at ton yearn of ngo, and, In conso-  queiitM', had not properly mastered  even English grammar In her childhood, Sim bought a Greek Testament,  and, lifter learning (lie alphabet, proceeded to lcnrn nlmultiU'ieouuly l'.ng-  IIhIi from (he Hiblo and Greek from  the New TcHtniiicni, On odd pieces  of paper nlio would scribble notej. nf  whnt ������lii' wlslu-d to h-nrn, and learnt  them In Intf-rvals during her duties  about the house,  Greater LongcvKy of Women,  Tno British Government'!! old ug������  psnalen sehomo Is producing somo  rmnarkabUi flumcf., for the (UaUstlrj  of 1012 show thnt 009,380 women  wore In receipt nf old sgn pensions,  u compurcd with only 182.028 mm.  Angln.L'gjjil Inn Sotitlan,  The Anglo-Egyptian Soudan, with  (in area of 084/120 h .mire mllcH antl  a population of 3,000,000, extend.i In  tho north to the boundary of Egypt;  ' Eiuilien. Pota Passing.  .. It Is still customary for the poorer  clasaes In India to curry home wnier  on tho head, ^nrthenwtiro vessola ; In tho cast to the Red Sea, Italian  havo hitherto b������um In uk>\ but. ub alu- , Eritrea, uud Aljy?.>Uilu) In tlitt wuiilli  minium vessels are becoming cheaper . to Uganda and the Belgian Congo;  they nro replacing them because of iund In tho west to tho French Afrl-  u.Mltr Itchiness, I UD colonics.  Telling Wrong One.  Whlmler,   Hi"   artist,   wan   once  walking through a Hold, when   nud-  dt-nlv lio found Hint it hugo bull wan  making mruls'lit t.ownnlH Jiini, He rnu  ,t.S   J������t-   hul  .',<������<..���������  iiiil  ),������tun;     Vh.'.ii  lie reached the oilier iildf of the fenco  he saw a fnrmxr, the owner of the  : ileld, coolly watch Ing the proceed-  | Ingd, Mr. Whistler was furious, nnd  1 ithnklng hln lis! ut lho farmer, nald:���������  ;     "Wnui tin you in������an, sir, by MUlug  a ua'tai'o bull llko thnt roam at largo?  ! Do vou know who I uni, nlr I'm  . Whistler,"  I     "Are you?"   replied   the farmer.  , "Then whnt'H lhe good of telling me?  Why didn't : on tell the brll?"  I , No Tjjiowrllt'iN There.  i Tho wuila fiiinouii cuih-ry firm ������.-f  ,lo;i.������pli Loaf, ti & Co., .Slioflielil, Kntf.,  hns yet io inptnl Its ilrst typewriter  or tilfphone.  Houses Thai Defy Skni'ters,  In the i.te.f'1 and cement house for  tho tropics, designed In England by  T, V. G. Mayor, keeping out the mosquito hns been a chief consideration,  but llie building iicohih to hnve advantages in resistance to tropical  Htorms.  Tlui plinth on whicli the Htnictiire  Is built, with tho floor and a low  wall, are of conci'Mo, The wall Is  extended by a ulool frame, and thla  In filled in with cupeclally mado and  vory strong tiioiiqullo netting, kept  launl and made nor.ure ngalnst entrance by perforated steel plates on  both sides. Lobby entrances nt tho  endn are cloned by spring doors.  The roof ban non-conducting nlates  of ribre-ccmenl, Ih ventilated by lower windows at the ends, nnd Is completely   separated   from   thu   lower  purl ot tho  liouuo   by   an   niibeiitiis  celling.   Shutters, manipulated from  th������ in.ldo by turning bundle?, sur-  rnnrid the building.  . There may bu r.everal storey, and,  If screen und  blinds are not mi indent division, brick partitions may.  be used by nncrlflclng something of  tho cool oponnesn.    The llttln wood'  noeep.ary is   troatod   ngalnst   whit'  tTi'V.  Annual Mnn Scrmen,  Kvery year on October 16th Mmro  Is prr-nched nt the Church of St,  Catherine Creo, Leadonhall strrnt,1  Lnnilnn n n-rmnn tn ���������rnmrrn'iTmmtB  tho dellvoronco from s lion In ths  Arabian dencrt of Rlr John Oayor,  who wnn Lord Mnyor'ln 14J30. This  year tho preacher was the Bishop of  ''Inklntig, Mid China, who I.. ������'  do.icetldant of .Hlr John Gayer, and1  tliero nlno tooli psrt In lhe mm vies  Uner cli-ryyiueii imtned nyei-, who  uro dlP'i't descendants of Ih* Lord  Mu.)in, I'.vtiy .vmr tin* iM<'itth>". linn  to lei tit ��������������� the < in iiKiHUairi'it of Utt  O.-OVld.nlUI dellvrtrsncc. 7" aU^'"'  *^aaj**K*MZmi*ti���������*i*tn**iWv.iJtrx:i&*ifCZ**mir w*mx**a^tt  ririwrrsr n���������'"*  The Furniture Store  Special lines of Crockery to  clear at Bargain * Prices  Mew lines of Linoleums, W a  Papers and Furniture  Just opened out    ,  A full line of Fawcett's Stoves  and Ranges on hand  Menu-, lijork, A/MoKIN,  Cumberland  .*- . ^,^B.^^^^^>^T^y.v4r/f^,^^^^''*J^M���������>^*rWl^'������M:>^w^?J^f ivjiiiwfttiaNaxatwaww  ��������������� wwwvrm ��������� vt  L'i:\ Co-indi b.'Ui vrtiuhv Session uu ?.l..i.d:u' i-Vv'!!iil;.j, tllCH'  hAno prcsom. Aide*, ir.cn Iiiiiiks.  Mi'.Hk-H, Miliu-, McDonald.  .1'urn ham i.nd 7m .Mayor,  Minutes m pi\:v.i<ju.-j meeting  ���������were* read a\d adopted.  Coiniiiti.iioa.ioii1 was received  j'to m Koavlof 'n-ad<���������������-asking that  ihe Council join witli them .in  isr.idinv a diTvi union lo Yfetoria  io initrvitw ihe "overmuent in  ft lis mailer of a> railway into  ���������\. uniberlaud,. The Council was  i'i accord1 with the suggestion,  bul could not see their way clear  ���������to pay the (.'xpons^s cf a . delega-  .V ion. ;    ���������'  Qoiniimnicalion was .received  ���������f.oiii Ciiiarantiro Co, re renewal  ,. .of Ciiy Cicrk's bond.' 'The band  .was oideied renewed,  Aero an: s ambuntiiig to 5880.70  ���������'���������wore received and   passed   over  ��������� j ''n7aTrc^~v.T0TiTnri Hee^���������: *-   Aid. I'aniham n:potted   water  ���������].iipc   bnvs'.ed "' and   flue   nearly  'burned through at Isolation Hos  piui.    Uofivd of Works   will   at-  ��������� '.laid to the matter.  Aid ...cl'ouald said that he  ���������would lii;e"lo sec a ' ieoovt   from  im  ���������.tne,Finance Counnit'ee.us to the  ;siate, 01 city's liuane������s.  Aid. Mitchell asked why a  iciiituge was coiucmplatcd in the  personnel  of   the   police   force,  Aid, I'aniham.icplied. tlmt the  i'olk'e Commissioners didn'V  "bavc to (j;ive any reason.  Ciiy Clerk drew tho attention  ol the.Council to the necessity oj  prepar'ng the asscbsmunt1 roll  U.r 191-1 The inalter will be  ���������J.ikeii up at- a special meeting to  h   held shot tiy.  I. was decided to purchase a  ���������jew hurst", us tlie old one is on  ���������i it last three legs aud is uot fit  J' ii- work  Aid. 'Miller drew the attention  * f the Council to tlie high cost of  water'"nr ilu* schools, $72.00 a  \'.nr. It was decided to refer  ilii-. i'.ein *. buck lo School Hoard  to see if tlicy cannot get a better  ;aio.  Council adjourned'.'  Curoiu'i' A brum-* huh I mi in-  ������|'i'rtt lnst wt'i'l; nl Qiuithii.fl.'i  1 '..ve, nn lhe fi.'iiiiiiiHoritn Indian  iMiiinni. A ji'stiMortiiiu disclnsud  ihe fuel Unit. itlii������ Iml fiturvuil lo  li.'t'li, hiiii! hud bei'ii in root'lpl  1 f $1 l������Tj p������M' iiini'i.li IVoin ihu Uo-  niiir.cli  <r''iViinniiontt  Word his jus' I ecu leceivcd.  mT'iIu.-dealh (.'I'Mr. John Jack,  l'.ii.b,ind o1' Alls, jonn ..Jack, of  t'd't r'.tv. Vt Ja:k I.a I In-on  f w ll I'or sonic tinn1, b it the  iMitl came *uddi*uly at his fatli-  1 :'s home, Covm',. Scotland.  Mr Goo. W, Clinton lc-rt on  r:iuwhv for Vancouver to a'tend  ibe ruucal of ihe hue Andrew  >'rl\'i.irfli',  HIRTII���������At Doumaii  Inland  iu liunary 14th, ii. the  wife of  >*i  Tlio* Piket, n daughk-r.   ap,   Mr, H..T,IVBCiiy, lirotl or of Mr.  ,������   11   Tn   i-v, .'.fivi'il in  town re  ttt 1 l\* t'r"i: liniv������-d������... *������5rt-k-  wiovioa  .1.  \ kJ  Pi  Cameron Ruto  I Phone 1074, 521 Superior St  Victoria, B. G.  tn  O  ������  6 We have for sale a fc\y slightly used and rebuilt  % . cars in lirst class condition, which must be fold to meet     y  ft  ft  q .< real estate payuieuls.  CPJOWH  THEATHE  Cumberland  OPEP.fl HOUSE  Couptcnay  MEW  HRLili  Sevan  Moving   Pictures.- will  a_______shown_in l^e nboyc  y, places   as follows;���������  "Daily. 3 changes n week  . M onday,'    Wednesday  ancl ^Saturday, Courten-  ������N ay;  Thursday.   Bevan.  Tcjuo Sbouis  Each  H Night  %   Priees as  Usual  W. WITGHELL, M  Roy Cairnes, n well known  young man ot"' Union Bay, coin-  milled suicide by shooting, ou  Saturday night last, in front of  the residence of D, Walker, situated about a mile bnd. fioni  Union Pay. Jt was beyond  doubt a case of love and jctil  ousy, and a premeditated net,  which a letter found ou tho body  went to show. Au iixjtiest wns  held and a verdict, of suicide  while temporarily insane reiiiru  ed. Interment took place on  Wednesday    allernouu    al   Ihe  Cumberland cemclcrv.   ^   A preliminary meeting of the  new Comox Valley Conservative Association was r.yb] at  Courtenay ou Tuesday cvi'niiin  of IniU week. There was a yowl  attendance. The officers elect  cd were:--lion. President, Mon-  R. Hotdc-u'. Hon. Vice-Presidents,  Sir Richard Mcllridc. II. S  Clements, M. P.. M. Matisou, M.  P.;   President,   Win,   Diuicair,  Vice-Presidents, Dr. Cromploii,  (t, J. Hardy; Secretary, Hurry  iciieu^i Tiu.t.itiit;', II. I'o'idn^ll'  Ivxectuivx-, J/.oyd Dun'v.v.u, W .  S. Auiioii, W. Hod}sin, K. 11,  Lindon, J. 11. Mclntyie, Andy  Pierey, Walter Brown, It, Hur-  ford.Ci. K. Hates.  m-m  ��������� f>. ���������  General Manager Lock'ird of  the Canadian Collieries, nnd Mrs  Lockard, left bv auto on Friday  last, itif Victoria.  Tho I.'idie*, Aid of S' (Ji.'uniVr  IVebyctiiiit church, will liuM ������  Sul������i of Work iuul flip cr nVrr  April |uy.   YM purticujacalnlor.  Buick,,4 passenger,  Ford Touring Car,  Ford Touring Oar. ���������  .$  &  $325  $350  ^25  .������  ^  $275  I  Ford Touring Car,  vj        mU'   Vv X \.i*      Ji* \������J 1*4. X X JamX C\  Ford Touring Gar (j 912  Galt,FivePassenger (. 19l ?)  Demonstrator, slightlv used, .elecric starter, }   ^������7^A  and'lights.        "' '.    ?iae)U  Forji Touring Oar  and several other-Touring Cars and Trucks  m wmiiMii nn ii   ibiiiwii' tmmwm'w*ra**^t'r^itr^^iiv^=Krf*    t_Basgi=aww^^ra_uauCTr������i-������K3������^je������jrairj^^  ^^Saf^t***^-***/*?1*****^^ t^C^"*^A>Wvt)^t<t^^  MAROGCHI BROS    \  GROGFRS   8t   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF "  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  lllll|i||||||||||||llilllltlll!llllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIII!l!lllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll|illllir  i  'HP0  4.  11 Ui^  The first shipment of our spring stock  of  ,    Shotis have arrived in  Men's Tan and Black Button  Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal, sind  . Navy Blue Suede im   ',  Lace and Button  ��������� Watch for our Sulci of Ockls and.Ends after  Stock-Taking       -.     -.  < A .-  1  in  1  a  11  ?TU  -Agents for Pilsener Hrewing CoinpanCs HliER  Wholesale Deiders in all Kinds ol'  Wines and Liquors. ,  SECOND   STREET  ���������H  fl  K  . .a  ���������   8  the^anSian^aSk  OF COMMERCE  .    Noxt to T.'ii'beHs  J       McRae,' Acton, Hayman.1   .  iiF:iiiii!itiii!iii!',iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiiiii:iii!ii:i:iii;!iiii^  *hr.rxu*r*-x\t** irniaciKWanTaMM r*-^x&f*xr****x**atiiu*zazj^''jv^,-M '  ' A\\UIHi;i;l!:i!KUIllli!lll!lll:il!UI!llllllllll!llii;illi!lllllllllii!lllllll!llll!i!l:lllitli;:iili(  ^ ' " , *���������* v ���������    \  .2  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000.  ���������Essorve $13,000,000   g  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS     .  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United'States, are issued at  the following rates :.'.���������.  $5 nncl under    3 cento  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10    0  ������   io    ������ "       30 :.:..io  "     30      " '������ 50 15  8.0  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  Bhould be. mud������ by muana cf our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS find MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without Uolay at roosanablq. rates.   W. T. WHITE, Mdnapcr  <<  ������<  ti  I [   BERLAND BRANCH...  *trwn*iwt;m*r%  NOTICK,  Any person  or   persons found  cutting timber on   my   property  on Roy Road without   my   permission will be prossecntcd,  W. WITCH lull*.'  J.OST���������Dark chestnut man'  (colt,) inis>ing since lhe la^i  week in January from \h;iu\\  liay. A reward of ������*io will bt  paid for   information   jj>iven   10,$  (^������0������a^^/i)..'i>������������������������������������������'i)������55������(?  Iwo^i   Wood|  I       "Wood  ������  Now is ttuMhno to ]iliico  SLAIJ  yo your onior   lor  % WOOD  r?) ������2,50.. .pur double load    ty  to *  From  lie  Geo. Kiev ens, Fanny. May.  00 TO-  HUflH MITCHELL  FOR   VOU 11  Genl Blacksmithing  ��������� AM)���������  Horseshoeing  Third St,      CumWIhiiO,  WANTKD-Reliable agent to  handle Indian motorcycles,  Wholesale price jjiven on ma ���������  I'hiiles to use as demonstrators,  if  pinchasor    means   business.  Wri'e, Thos riimk-y, Vic .  to-.iu H. C.  k'Uiek'' diiln'f   il������   anv   mii������������*  i  iko llmt wht������:\   liu   jofuml tin? M  I Star Livery Stables |  I'Oll h'AhH���������Slx-rooin wit-  tiiifc;l)ath nnd f;ood oulbuildiu|VH  Apply A. H. I'ifftooy.  I'OII SALK LllKAl'-A nv.  room (iotlv'Tii, on I'mitiih Avtuim  Apjily at Ideiil Stori1.  ���������.I.  .      ft  WANTED-A rt'liithla experi  UIC'mI rrlvl, for jruiienl,   IniUjiOWtirk  A Ot>d liuinc r<������t' thf vhdn jutrpon,  Aip'y nc tlm ri^idot.t'.n of Dr. G,  K. MncNitiijiliton, Winilfruioiv  AvoniK1, ciiy.  1  roUETENAY,   S.1.C,    ttiauch,    Opon Duily.  R, ',-.'.   "i   -RDW1CKE, Manasen  tl  */I|'|||||||inillllllinillllllllllllllllH!llll(llllllill!llllllllil!ll������ll!l!ill!!ilHI!li::ilili:;il!lllil!ll!IW^  mKjrjmmmwmmi-ii  t7K^K..^SKRM40������������������r������4b������r-<*^������������llVT������winemuar>4".  K  .  t\  P. Philupfs Harrison'  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC .CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  ���������CUMBERLAND,  IM^ttfmMliaaiEWllMMlWIJaJlMlayiWI^  M. feO^Of^R  v.  L_The_Rp^al -JSank^'of Canada. ..'i!;  I DllAFTfl   ISSUED' IN   ANY-- t lU^Yl^TTTAYABtl^nTrrl^^-  |        ' ���������       j,���������    OYEIV   VIIK    WOULD..-..   " ���������/   |  I .^I'ifiCIAri ATVKNTION paid io HA VINCS'ACCOUNTS & iutnou |  1   iii hi(th'tist  Ourri'i.'t Iviilcs a Ilo wed un l;< po: it. of $1 m.d iipwarde.    g   ,���������  | C,rJMt3Ea[ilN"5, B   C ,.B uastx,-Opon ,D lily g  S ' UNIO'N "������AY, B.C.   Sub-Branch., Opon Tuesdays & Fiidnya      ''    @ ,.  1 D. M. iyiORRlSON, 'Mcinoserj ���������    "       .1  %  Manufacturer of MIHERAL WiAT'ER  T. 0. BOX 482  l'jjoNii ao....'  CUMBERLAND  WUI*a^lhWHThU������^tW H������1IP������  w  f m4j.m������imrm.iimtnmHmmiummwia^Mmm*amt^mm������^^,^  ...       m,  JlMi.-iMK������wtmat*iraamrwmrjma*a^^  WgHOSBBBKOBS tSKSBBBOUB)  IF YOU GET IT AT  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get out in the open on an  Motocycle  mtmmmi n.  KOU SAMC��������� IIoumj mid 10  itoi'os of Inn I on lloy'rt RoimI,'  clofiti to town, TiM'iiis -$150.00  down, Imlmii'O niontlily. Hnu������'  io rout, Apply l\ 0. \h\ U.IU  or ihis olHi'c  I'Tretuen's Mn^mcrude,  You never know th*  if Ut esUUdTntl'Mi nl  mntnrcyollnil till you  rldo tbe Indian���������  ���������speoislly the I'JU Indian.  Tho new comfoit fcaturci  .moke it moro than over tht  perfect moloroyolo. Vibr������>  Iton uiu )v>Uiu^ J^iu't cAr.t.  Power, Speed nnd Endurance uncqnaled  liy ������ny ntlior mntoreycl*, Coiti next to  nothing to mnlnttln, Hoiior to ridb than  i bicycle,   Neods no Karaite) ft.  TheGall  of the ,  Open  Come", wiih the months  of Spring and at Plimley s  everything is ready for the  Cyt.lbt :iwl tho Mniorisv.  The'igid, "Imlinn1 Tho ������  Motor Cycles. ..The 1914  "Overland" Cars and ihe  new cycle models by the  worlds Iciidin^' milkers till  await your cl oice. Send  for free catalogue to-day,  i  ���������A.  h  *lf  f ' fi  'in  ������flM  Thos. Plimley  739 v   res STREET  VIOTORIA, B. C.  k'H  m  ���������mi  'B  ���������������  m  1  9  ��������� k HT'W,^ .* *���������"*''*%���������' 4*'*77 i'-'f-,


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