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 w  t  Wl  M,  'I'i  ..i.  (?f  '/ *<r\%    7  % m  WLJJL  i���������a/ J&X. _i___f.  ai i    Ji_# i       Ij     J^ ^/    y       ^^       -.    ���������  n  A Journal Devoted E������oeomIly, lo the Interwta of Comox OinlKct.  T:ik Nbws, Twentibth-Yrah  ^���������^���������Vi*-***^. j^������^W3>o *^������^^3������-^*^u^vW������*^  ' CUMBERLAND, B. C, WEDNESDAY, SEP 3,19,3  SIMON LElSER &CO.,LD.(Tf  ilftar^a^t/^fot^^i^ "^���������'^A^vwfc/^^f^^^  WIOTOUIA has a <-livo\viro'>������  V. in tlio littlo bunch <if irro-  pressibility which is always in ov>  idence, nlwnys active and which  nearly always roaches tho goal i'or.  which it starts, Tho phi hhi is nu  American ono,and has been ap-  preprinted or misappropriated, by  many mon lnving far loss claim  to it. than tho one-, have i'n mind.  Victoria has somo bi<A men. bi<_  111 more senses than ono. Some  of them have been associated with  important onforpnVs, hut 111i.s  man can show a record of. energy  and achievement which'noun of  them can outvie. He is essentially a man who, does   things,   by  which  1 do nut mean   to sno-ovbt  1     1 -  that lie  never Milks,.but,   however  much he may talk; bo is not like  somo men, all ti.lk. IJ is words  are generally converted into, acts.  I think ifi had a new enfeiprise  to "float in Vic'oria lio is tho one  man of all whom I should like to  see at the heavt of it, becsm.o* he  is the one man who knows. ovoryr  body, whom everybody - knows  aud whoso importunatoness amounts to genius. He is a., man  who cannot lie turned do\yn. or  kicked out. Lie'can- hardly .be  denied, but if you deny him once,  twice or thrice, he will still come  back fresh and smiling and in the  nd get what he wants.' The reason' for this is not only his splendid gift of perseveieiK-o and op'tim-  Correspondence.  Subscription $iobo a Yk_.k   J  ^^M������������������1_-_T__KMaTUM������I������n_.-������.<W|3������_ _T.>.i__I._j.���������_���������������������������-������_������_  a Direct import of hoi-tost Now  ! York and Paris sty 03 in Pattern  I Knto expected in two wooks'  i limo-Rt CAM.TELLS.  -������<*-  The Ladies'   Hospital   Auxiliary will hold their regular meeting ou Thursday, September 4th,  at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.  ���������-Alex Cameron, Penrith   Ave.  'lhe Law Society or British  Columbia will send a protest  into" Attorney-General Bowser,  against the employing of T. CL  Shoebotham as ciowu prosecutor in .strike " eases, on the  grounds that ho is not a member  of Ihe profession in this pioviucc,  consequently ac'ing illegally.  The lawyers of this province  safeguard their rights, aud do  not allow of auy fooling.  TitMrmmmKZWiiai*m&tmat  -a.-  Surprise Party  ���������n*  NEWSPAPER OF'FUTURE  ISSUE EVERY HOUR  Managing Kditor ol Daily Chronicle  Looks   Into  Future'And  Pi edicts Vast Development in  Newspaper   Organization -  Loudon, Knglaud.���������In his annual address ft f( w days ng", ..as  president, i-f tho .Britisdi institute  of journalism, ItobL. Donald,  niiinngiiig editor of the Daily  Chronicle said:  "The half-penny newspaper,  with itf. vast method of catering  to readers, is responsible to a large  degree for tlie vast change which  hau taken place in tlio morning  journals, Tiie rivalry 1 el ween  the halfpenny newspapers for circulation is liorco and is likely lo  grow in intensity, hut from the  point of view of the reading pub  lie, tho newer joiii'iialinui U prof  erable to the old,  "Thn' uuwspnpor of lho future  will not contain Wh reading mat*  tor, bul the pages will be smaller,  the inn thuds A' ditriribiiling will  bo quicker and the circulation  will cover groat areas. Airships  and aeroplanes will be used for  10 most distant centres;   elect 1 in  "isiTT^'CTTiris sagacityTor-ailvoe.it  ing enterprises which  are' worthy  ol support.-, Added to this he has  an   encyclopaedic, knowledge, of  trade, commerce and, business cou  ditions,    lie woke up' the  comatose Board of Trade and  made it  au   active organization.    lie fan  ned the d^ ing embers of tlie .Van-  couver. Island,Development League intoil-.niei? and finally came to  the rescue whon  Victoria was con  fronted with the  direful  possibility of having no   standard   opera  house.    Being his latest, this is  possibly his greatest title to fame,  and I for one   would   have   been  quite  content if an enterprise of  such splendid'magnitude,-now ap.  pr.iaching fruition, hud   been permanently identified not   with iho  ime,  jMcllrLe,    but  Leiser,���������Victoria Week.   o   Simon  Mrs R. Dowdall and her son  and daughter, left Gnrlley beach  on Sarurday fur their home in  Victoria,  To (he Kditor  The Cumberland Nkws.  ?   Dear   Sir:--Some   time   ago  when visiting  the  City of Nanaimo, and  when walking  round  aud taking iu  the sights,   I noticed   that  that   city   had many  beautiful   and  costly .residences  and   which   much  larger   cities  might justly feel proud of. Many  of these  residences have, "lovely  lawns,      which    are ,  adorned  with various kinds of shnibs ancl  flowers.    There  are no  lailings  between the grass plots and   the  sidewalks, the sidewalks'in manv  instances being built of cement,  making the  whole  thing   most  imposing to lhe observer.    It of  ten struck me Mr. Editor, since  iny visit to   Nanaimo,   how   it  would be if the residents in Cum.  berland   adopted the same style  round tlieir homes as they do in  tlie above city���������what  would  be  the result?    You can imagine at  the present stage of the   '-pound  by-law." -   We could  not. adopt  che same system, as said  by-law  is not enforced���������aud we have" a  by law to tbat effect, but r owing  Jo-Lhe-preee-nt-wa-y��������� it���������is���������carried-  out the result would be that our  lawns    and "gardens  ..would   be  mined from- the many  roaming  cows who parade the streets aud  sidewalks,    making "the   -batter  filthy and not fit for pedestrians.  But N.insimo is well, protected from the cow aud every otli-  er nuisance, as ir has a pound by  ���������law whicli   is rigidly  enforced.  The same thing should apply  to our city,, if we want to beautify our homes.  Thanking you Mr. Editor for  your valuable space.  I remain, Yours etc.  A CASUAL OBSERVER  , a   a   a  Since the abovo was written we  have been informed that cows  who were prowling about 011 last  Saturday night after hours, made  their way into tlio grounds of tho  English Church rectory and did  not improve things by any moans.  MACFARLANE bros. |  PLAUhNCJ    UIN   DALE,      TllbS WKLK  The Remainder of oiw Stock  .      -OK���������  Pens' Silkette Undetnjuear  in all the wanted shades.  Regular   $ 1.50....,.; Now 95c.  Negligee Shirts val. to 1.50'now Toe  md J.oys Bathing Suits going at cost,  Felt Hats vals. .2.75, .... . .now $1.25  OUR ENTIRE  STOCK OF  CLEARING AT A (JURAT  REDUCTION  STRAW HATS  Sole Agents for the "K" Boots  THE CORNER STORE  S. S. Cowichan did not make  the run from Vancouver to Unionl>ay <m Tuesday.  Rev. 13. 0. Freeman arrived  home on Monday evening from a  bicycle trip to   Alberni.* jie left  Alberni aT~7la.. m., and' arrived  in town at 8 p. in. Mr. Freeman  was nbout on Tuesday as,fresh as  a daisy.  '      '  Dr. Kerr, dentist.,- arrived in  town on ''Tuesday evening, and  is at the Cumberland Hotel.  ��������� Mr. W. W-,Anderson,,of Haz-  elton, H. 0., son in-law   of   Mrl  ������nd Mrs./flics. Horbury, arrived'  iu town  on   Th irsclny   evening-  Ust.  About fifty men of'tho  J..   C~  G. A., arrivL-d here  from   Esqui  malt on Saturday evening.    They  are encamped otfihc. old recrea-.  tion   grounds.    The   volunteers"  took their departureou Saturday  'night.   '-������������������ . .A.,' ..  -it*-  Ladios' Misses' and CliiJdren'B  Eoady-to-wuar Kivb; Millinery &  Millinery Accessories. .First Showing next v/ook of exclusive olylOB  ond shapes-at CAMPJiELLS  Labor Day was quietly observed here. The local order of  Eagles held a pie-nic at Millard's  beach, which was well attended  and very much enjoyed. They  were fortunate in having a fine  day, It. was dry both inside and  out.  A surprise  parly  was held  a  the   home  of Mrs.   Jlulngno   at  JcniBiili'ii.   on Thursday,  August  21������r,   on   tho   occasion,,   of   her  daughter's   birthday,   Mrs. Lena  Krancescliini,     A very enjoyable  afternoon was ppent, tea and enkoltr,,inB nn<- ������"ol������r plnnon,  running  on special tracks, will bu utilized.  Tho morning and   evening news.  papers will be merged.     Editions  will come out awry hour   of   the  I     , ,     1        ���������      A  K*������.^    HUM   ll.^Ut,  '���������The news wil! bo collected by  wireless telephone* ami  a report  being nerved dining the ocparioi).  Mrs. Kraneosohini wiih preHontod  with many beautiful presents.  ".'Mrs. iltuuea Stewart arrived  home on Sunday morning from a  .SevernI weeks visit to Victoria  and Vancouver,    -���������!(.-  Hcibi-rt Stewart, of tin' local  Royal Hank s'afl', lias beeu  transferred to Victoi ia. lie left  fnj   Hint   city   on     Wednesday  nionnni������,  er will have a portable leiephono  witli him to conimuuicato with  his paper without the trouble of  gi-ii'g  to tho olliee  or writing   a  messami  r-i t  "Tl.o  chief coiupelitor of   tlm  news wjll be the   ciiioniatbgraph.  I't-opb-   mnv    liceoim   tfid   ]t"/.y    in  Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Mnuuee  aud lamily, who have been summering nt Oatlley Meaeh, left  there on Tuesday for their home  iu Vancouver,  FOlJND-AWaltham watch.  Apply ]. Ii. Liowu, Maryport  Avenue.  Mr. T. IC. Hale and Mr. W.  Ilaymau, were at Vancouver on  Monday taking in the cxhibin'-  on They returned home ou  Monday night.  The outgoing   Sunday li.d.i  was well filled  with  passengers,  Judge Jlarker. of the County  Court, was here this week ou hi"  regular monthly rounds.  ****^w^&^||V*lmMmMmw79mwv**WYww���������lrtm**lm.lm*tt,** nw**  read and the uow* will bu carried  to the. hnubi'.-. Ii!.ti <r;i*. and wat -r,  occupant^ will li-tou Im tb- no  eoiinl of ijio news of I lio day rcn.i  to them whiln Mtiing in the r"i  den or will havo Llioir daily now-.  pap"f pruiN'd in eoluiun funn by  j a printing machine iu tlie'r ba1-1 ���������  Mrs. Elizabeth Parks, mother  ol: Mr, Frank Parks, local postmaster, died at the residence of  her granddaughter, Mrs. Geo, N.  Ilertram, ou Thumlay morning  last, The deceased lady was 77  years of age, Interment took  place on Sunday afternoon at the  Cumberland cemetery, K'ev Jas.  Mood officii-.ting.  Who says, thai this is a "dry"  town,? Old Jupiter I'luv ins i.s  doing his best, to make it wet.  It is predicted that men will  soon be wearing slit trousers.  Some men iu this country are  wearing them pretty badly slit  at tho p-"cm1 nl li.i.e, and haven't  got money enough to buy a  patch,  Fred i'h ''dead easy" in a horse  trade,    He should   take lewons  fiom "David Huruui."   ���������������   A number of special police arrived in town ou Tuesday evening.  The addition and improvements to the Union Hotel when  completed will make it one of  the finest iu lhe district, It,  looks good to tee improvement!*  going on. The hotel in llie  pioperly of the ('anadian Col-  lierieri, who are having tlie work  done. They do nut appear to be  iu auy way dubious about the  fulmc of this phi'.c, if this can  be taken as an indication,  Compromise has been successful in ending tho strike at  Hrit-  aunia mines, Howe sound, whicli  has been iu progress sinco   Feb  ruary last, and which is affecting  some 600 men.    As   a result of  negotiations, which have extend  cd over some   weeks,   no- ice   is  given that at a meeting   of   the  looil members of liritannin miners' union, hold  ou  August  27y  the strike has been  declared off.  Notice of this   nut ion   has   been  sent to all uav'ies interested.  It is understood that one of  the conditions of the agreement  is ihat the company will, hereafter employ men, without asking  whether they nre members of the  union or not.���������The Sun.  JL53J-0> \Vo are showingl!this (i8oiieon un   itftBorfment   -superior  ji.mi-A.JUJU   \j%JJkLJL&     to any avmm provioun ior   quality   and   -stylo.     Our  . *tfe v vf^t*hai*4tta*tt^t.M***^i^attm%9*ttt**'t*^^t******tJtu*9^tt***l*l*  slock comprises all the prevailing   stylofe i'or I'all and  Straight and Cut  Winlor  in   Jlrowim.   Tans,   Hlues,   Oroya and Mind..  ������A.W5iy Stylos*       Thcf-'o   coats aro mado in a lartro variety <if (-loth   in  [No two abkoj solid   and two tone eflW.tc, two tone   diagonidtJ,   curl  WoJUOIl's* Misses' <"i*Jt 1 ������h,   Zibeline,   Tweed and mixtures iu   lengths   of  J2i 31 d    CllildrGSX's  ������' '''S, ^ "'"' ^!* ln<,',,,;;i    '"    f,*,,'*'U-,t   ,,l,ll   <Mit-n\\ay  CLOTH COATS "')''������-  Prices ranging; from 8.50 to $25  Just to Iinnd a cor.ipfole shipment of the Newest styles in Ladies* Sweater Coats, all shadas  ^T CAMF^BELLS Donc60r  Donsmu  Cumberl  mu'w   Avenue  mberMand  6Ci::rj^auaa_j_sjsa_KBK^^  ttUm,**!*'*Haiti i I m l.\imm**tm*   ���������  3j  ���������fc mmimiimmUmm.], ��������� .JrtOT? ffHE NEWS. 'CUMBERLAND. B. C  $10.00 WillStartYoutoWealth,$10.00  KINLOCK PLACE-WINNIPEG  lmn rim- Choice lil.h i.ots close loMaln Street nf Winnipeg, r City which  cunnoi hut Imvo ft''piip-j'.at!on of 1,000,01)} pooplu within tho noxt quarter of a  Oinui-v.  Ulnlm-lt Plnce has nn oicctrlo car lino .n front rf properly runnlwr direct  i tunc- of City. Closo io the FpU-tnlM new Exhibition Grounds ln -which  MOfl.onO 'will ho expended, which with KlUonai. l'ail. which It ttdjoln-s, will  iniiUc   tho  most  Jcslral- > -district  to  llvs   In.  i.ii.lncl. I'lnce Lots, $175 up. 510 cash r-< 1 $10 per month. This week we  si - a rib- .'s lot i.r $900 cash, Unit wo told him some years ago at only ;.!iB,  ..liil< - Place Lots will make you a similar pro .1, If at lhe Exhibition let-  i-lnw ycu this pr--t- ' -,  i-nil mo nn 11  Mall This Coupon To-day'   '  ( -al d booklet, etc.,  ro  Klnlock   Place.  Addr  SCOTT,   HILL   &   CO.,  22 Canada Life   Building,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba.  lanvv ������*.���������.****���������  hand thou... bc  It   ia   true-  Mrs.  -Durand In  ���������' Her faro  mask,    she  (Contlcuefl)  Up spohe quiet cnou_.li, but lils ard-  ' cm eyes revealc ft his secret���������liis se-  'eret 'that ho himself hardly realised  as ydl���������hia .secret that Joan so dreaded   site  pimply   would  not  believe  it  I rue.      Wc-a'.   and rather foolish wo-  - man was she, Mrs. Uurand yet loved  her daughter with a (rue   and    pure  love,  and   where  she  was .concerned  was   keen-eyed   enough. - Their  van-  d'l-ing and uncertain lifo and Joan's  own  reserve,  lhat  ol'  late  the   dark  suspicions of her fa'.her-that she cherished had increased to an almost morbid  ij.tcli,. had prevented them  from  ever malting any friends.    Now in ono  il'jiek flash of rosy prophecy she saw  Jean   married  and   in  a  comfortable  heme safe, Irom    all    danger:    that  threatened  her, tire mistress of her  own establishment, and she began io  wonder  what would  be the best material   for   the   wedding   dress.    She  formulate.!  a hopo   that  Joan   would  wear-a veil whicli she thought would  be very becoming to her.      Joan had  shaken her head vigorously as Thorold s;:oke .'. d had mado to him a piteous gestu.'e to leave them which he  had   ot thought it possible to disobey,  -.lint even ns-he drew back Mrs.  Durand spoke to him..    .,  Oh, thank you, thank you eo much  ���������f CTTOHr^lrTn 'cine G"s~s"ire~s;.!-dra rrd~ad ft eft-  ' wi'.h marked '.lesitatien, Mr.���������Mr,���������  Thorold, he- said. . My -name is  '. .01 old.  Mr. Thorold. Perhap'. if.��������� you  would call at VJ, Jermyn Gardens l.o-  nionow, continue-1 Mrs. Durand, with  ;. frightened, yet determined look at  Jean, like lhat of a child engaged in  a piece'of mischief il is dc'c.-mincd io  r complete, then perhaps my daughter  ' and I would bt, able io thank you better, ' " j  Oh, mother, mother, cried Joan lamentably, how--can you sny that when I  you  know that Lady  Martin's  black  pearl.',  have heen  stolei..'  The words were peculiar, and something in the accent with which Joan  pronounced Ihem brought- b..ek to  Thorold with staggering force all  rho.se doiibls and fears and auspicious  Ih t. In her presence his new-horn passion had been strong enough to thrust  away, Ills faco change.,. And  Mrs. Dunuul, looking qulcUy round,  drove hn- hand nsfiitiE-t her side, with  a strange foro.  Joan, Joan, sh.) whispered, when  you know I ,'.n dying how can you  Kay such thin,.-..?  Moiher, suld Joan, puzzled, who is  flying? Hut you know it i.s (rue what  1 said about lhe pearls!  Is it true? said Thorold. Ynu  ..now about these pearls',' and his  eye* ehalleiged  Ihth.  What right liavo you to nsk? fI.o  flame I at him. Yes, It is true, eho  said ami she stared nt Thorold hardly  and defiantly, for Bho thought tin.I  theso words would perhaps quench  that :-igli. sho had scon in his eyes,  and sho Raid to herself that ��������� more  than nnylliln;, else it was" necessary  that this lig'ht should ho .quenched  and thai the memory of that kiss ho  had placed upon her  for over obliterated,  true, she again said.  it ls not true, said  a curious, muffled "tone,  had becomo hard like a  looked slraight in front of her without seeming to perceive anything, nnd  might have thought that sho had entirely ceased to breathe.     Joan flung  up lier hand as though in tho presence  of some new one of ever fresh hurrying misfortunes.  Oh, darling, she cried pleadingly.  Not that, darling.  What Is it? asked Thorold In a tone  ot. some alarm, for he thought Mrs.  Durand was on the, point of being  taken 111."  I don't koiuv, said Joan despairingly, but sometimes when my mother  looks lilie that she eccs things���������sho  sees things that are far away. It  frightens me. It is a kind of trance,  and it frightens me.  But what things? nsked Tliorold  uncomfortably. The fixed manner iri  which Mrs, Durand stared in front  of her,' and th-- odd expression in her  eyes, which wero as though gazing  Intently on something only visible to  herself, had an effect to him exceedingly disconcerting. I-i is hand shook  a little, ancl as he raised it groph.gly,  it mot, Joan's which it at. one-; clasp-,  ed firmly, ��������� -1,  Awed nnd silent In the presence of  the Unknown, they stood hand in  iiand, ami were'unaware how their-  clasped fingers, linked them to. each  other.  For Thorold was experiencing a scn-  ._sa_t,_o_n very niiidiJik.ei.sin3.P-li_f.cai-. and  Joan haled, intensely these strange at-  Cacks or possessions to which her  mother was subject, at rare intervals.  And invariably these attacks-were the  harbingers of fresh misery and new  troubles,  speak to her? Thorold asked  voice.  ispered    Joan    In    answer.  it,  will  pass off.      It  does  He signalled to the driver and the  carriage moved away. Ringing, ln  Joan's ears were these last wordB of  his that he had spoken so harshly, and  that yet had sounded to her bo infinitely sweet.  But if he comet!, I shall not eee  him, she told her rebellious heart, and  then she liiad to devote herself to her  mother who seemed in a state bordering on collapse. It was a consolation  to Joan that their approaching flight  in which she hopcl to bo aided by  Green, would separato them' as effectively' from Thorold rs from, her  father.  When they reached Jermyn Gardens, Mrs. Durand seemed so unwell  that Joan had to call Green to help  her to get her mother Into the house.'  Later^on, when Mrs. Durand was  comfortably in bod, Joan on her way  downstairs mot Green in tho hall.  H's nil right, ,mlss, he said in n cautious whisper, I done Just what' you  told me���������you ought to be able to glvo  'em tlio slip proper, and I'll 'lay my  lifo they'll never find track ot you.  Joan looked at'him very gratefully���������  ' Mr. Green, Rhe said, I think you aro  the only friend I have.   .  And I'll ho a true 'un miss, he said  earnestly, swelling with pride at hor  words.  . Sho smlleci at him again and put  out her hand to blm. Jfo took it  nnd shook lt with nn nir of some caution, as though afraid of hurting it.  And after Joan and he had discussed  ono or two other points concerning  the contemplated flight, Joan remarked:  There will be n gentleman calling to  seo mo to-morrow, I think���������a Mr.  Thorold. It ho comes, you must tell  lilm I am indisposed and unable .to  seo any one.  (To be Continued)  Outing Shoes  For  .Everybody  THE PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUR DEALER.  Lmmiwmi'h  EXPLORING THE PALATINE HILL  Prof;  TO   MAKE   SHIPS   ROLL  Pre-  PIWPLES OH FACE  U LEGS  >c r ale li od So Mado Red Sore,  Trouble Grow Worse All the Timo,  A Cako of Cuticura Sonp and a  Box or Cuticura Ointment Completely Cured,  Villi-.li'lli-iii',  fil'll'  . l-illi,   llllc  (.ici-, iirimi (iml  /"/i/ri'ni ^"in H"1'-'1 AUI������ '*'  '    111   ' t    her n hi is ninl li*ir������ I  -, Qnu.- "My llllliwdrl, ������K<*d  mi iiiiii)y plnipli-H nn hi"?  |r..-i Hint 1 did iint.kiiiiiY  .- t.-^        whnt ,o do.   Tlmy liiiilrd  /tar?.';-, "A     fur  ������v  1'i'iir,    Bhn  *''""  /.���������'Yyj.'7hl     iiimi'i-il   (o   fi'i-nti'li   nml  yfZ. *|n "'I* nmfto I'I'"!1'''1*, -"I-"'".  \'l (,. til not reft, Fhorrriiti'lird mi  {".hh^J'1')    min-li Ihnl. tlm blood run  ���������oil Mirn.  ium' rm  nnd on  lior faro, nnd th������'y vrii ni-ly IohMiik wiili  llm hlnrwl     1 will tnlfl wlm I, lo do lo iliin  lier imiri-iliiK, Mid I tiM-d tiinlri-nliiiiml. Ium  (Mill I- l,|lll|lll.r>l,llll'ilj,tt���������ll lill! llllll-.      I   llllll  till 1.01'IH of HUH flli'-l Imt Um (rmihln |{l'e\V  -uiii-so nil lho time, ft was iiIuiij-h Ihn nnmo  Hni-y, uulll I iiM-d CiiiWiiirii Hn-ip nnd Ointment, 1 lit'i.nii lo apply Um Cmlnu-n Olnt-  niPii. on lir-r, iil'iii hut vv al i-i- nml ('minim  ,UUll|l.        JlllIlK'll    lU-iy    i    I'l'ltilll    lO   Ml!   llllll,  they ivpi'O fiirin/. In-r, nml nfli-r IiiivIiik  ,. ������iM:d Ji i'id>n of CiHli-iirn Ku;ip nm! n Imt nf  ruijciim,   OliiliniMit. hlio  wn-������  i.-nniplftnly  cured.   Sliolm-sJuUiis (Inn ii i-Mn ns hrfo...  "My liutiliiind nho iim-,| <*iiiIi-iii-ii oint-  mnit fur crai'kH In IiIh linnds. AfiM- Hh-mi  i lijill-'atl'itit nf thn fiilli-uni Minimi ni tin  woHComplnlfly cured." (Hluiii'd/ .Mm. A I, til  rvu-rli-r, .Inn. Hi, IIH2.  CulIi:uraSv������]i(ini|<,iit|,.,'ir.'i',,".,,J''"i. ftro  roiii by ilniHBliiii ������nd do-'--- ;-;,���������,v���������l,rn������.  I'��������� * llwi'-nii 1'ivo fiiinplc of curl*,' "i7:.". :Z-p,  |>oolf, M-nil pout rnril in 1'otlrr I)ru������ & Chi-iu.  Cory., Uopt. aa������, llohton, U. ti. A.  W.N.U. 9&7  Shall 1  in rt low  No, w  Perhaps  somt-llmes.  Mrs. llurniul opened, her, month.  The rest of hor fentures remained  perfectly rl&icl, nnd both Thorold 'and  .Toon wore aware of an nncomtortahle  a nrt tllsliii'liins lmpresclon that her  longuc nnd lipr, wore being movort Ly  some power alien to herself. Whon  slie Epolf. ir/was in a low but mtislenl  nnd siiiRiilarly distinct tone, very different from her normal voice.  Tho p.ni-ls nro not stolen, she said.  The black pearls nro not stolen. That  Is all,  Thn control or possession or wlint-  ovcr II was rcoiupiI lo pass instantly  and iilm, Dtirand'a face resinned its  normal esproBslon. She began lo  film lie and troinhlo violently, nnd Joan  evidently In Rvoat fear nnd dlsfress,  did her host to soothe and Irnnquillzo  her.  Tho piijoyment of tnr> evenlnp; hnd  heen enliroly i .ioilt hy the miilden discovery of Lady Martin'a loss. The  hostess) liorstK was finite overcome  and hml retired to her o,vn rtoin,  where nlio wat In floods of te.-.rs over  the Inaj oC her beloved nceltlnce, la-  nientliin nnd refn-sliiB to ho comforted  wbiln her kiipsIs ROSBlppod (OKPllier  bolow, or prepared to take Iheir de-  pai'luro,  Willi nomo flifTlotilly, Thorold found  the inodpsi hired brougham which hnd  bronchi Mrn. Diirnud and Jonn lo the  ball, nml he escorted tho two Indies  to It lln-nii/.)) the cnisli. Mrs. Dunuul  sofiiiipil lo have Bunk inlo a kind of  stupor In which i-ho moved or stood  p 1.111 an nlio was dlrer-ted,     .Linn wns  111   11   Rljllf)   Of   Kl'Pdt  IH'l'VOIIHIHiKH   and  (liHliTRPi' nml could hardly havo niiin-  iiKi-il nl, all without iIip lirlp of Tliorold; wlih.h she was only niulnus to  rofnsn iiiid yet I'mind lim'solf forc.r-d lo  ilepi'iiil on. Hut bo showed ,i iniio'.  tart unit poiislilcrntluii nml hf-lped lior  so pfflclonliy tlini. i.1ip could not refuse  hlni tlin i-i'iitltudo that kIio felt was  bin burn duo. Winn at hut lio luul  placed Ihoin safely In their carrliiuo,  hIu- lii-liI out her hand to hlni nnd hi Id  ���������softly:  Gyroscopes on Lake Boats Might  vent Their Freezing  Most novel of all the applications  of tho gyroscope that haze been proposed In the last few years is the  uso of a pair'o:,mighty gyroscopes to  make a ship roll, so that In passing-  through icefields it will not - freeze  tight. The possibility thatolhls will  mako traffic possiblo on the Great  Lakes during, the winter has been  suggested araojg ship engineers,  though thero are other diiTicultio? to  winter lake traffic besides lake freezing.  On the car ferry Ashtabula, -which  operates-on the lakes such' a pair of  gyroscopes havo been installed by Elmer A. Sperry. the leading authority  in America on this peculiar force, and  the Inventor of the gyroscope compasses that nre being . supplied to  many ships of the, navy. The apparatus on the Ashtabula serves ���������tho  double purpohc of restricting or diminishing the rolling of the vessel  - wh e n-th e- watc-i-i sTough���������a n A~o f~cau s~  in._ rolling whon water is quiet and  th rt is danger that the vessel may  be caught in the ice, .  '.The big gyroscopes are placed low  In tho vessel, and with iheir attach-  mants, weigh fifiy-one tons. Not much  power is required to l:cep the hea\y  wheels revolving at high speed; and  so long as they are revolving the rolling of tho vessel is controlled. A  very tensitlvo pendulum automatically manages the big-wheels. As tho  pendulum swings it caused tho big  gyroscopic wheels to turn slightly in  such a way us to diminish the ship's  rolling; or if it Is desired to mr.ko tho  ship roll the pendulum can be mado  to swing���������and, in turn, this will move  lho gyroscopei: anu make ihe vessel  roll.  Mi. Sperry believes tho method of  controlling the rolling ot a ship by  great tanks of water on the dock so  connected tbat tho water flows from  on>) to another nt. the desired moment  is nor, a satisfactory solution, for ho  has discovered thai, the rolling of a  .ship In a heavy sea is not regular.  It will start nl. a slight degreo and  thon work up to a heavy roll, roach-  lug the climax in perhaps a dozen  swings, then diminish again to tho  slight rolling, Ily tho use of tho pendulum, however, each rolling motion  ia met with Just tho right amount of  gyroscopic action needed for that ono  roll.  Boni Describes Temples Discovered Under Rome  The 2G6Gth anniversary of tho foundation  of Rome  was celebrated this  year by Prof.  Boni "who lectured on  his recent excavations on tho Pahulne.  Tho objects   of    theso    excavations,  which  woro  started   a  year  ngo,  13  twofold, tho exploration of the original structuro of tho historical hill on  whicli Homo was built and the discovery of traces left by its earliest inhabitants.  The results so far obtained may bo  briefly explained , as "follows. ]3y  moans of deep borings reaching down  to tho original rock of tho hill three  separate scries of pits or cellars of unknown ancient temples were discovered and the development of tho dwellings In different periods could ho followed from'tho rough huts of the  first inhabitants to tho humble houses  of the early republic, which woro  gradually transformed and-enlarged  until they woro changed to tho palatial mansions of tho empbe. Practically overy building on tho Palatine  was erected over edifices of earlier  periods. In the basilica of Ue Pal-  .,ace of Domillan traces of an oxedra  built,by Ncro wore found, and underneath were the piscina or water tanks  divided into five compartments, which  cut ihrough tho walls of a republican  bouse with frescoed walls. .,  ' ln tho vestibule the foundations of  the imperial throne were discoverer  cutting through the walls of throo  palaces buiU'fn different periods ovr  a republican houso richly decorated  with rare marbles. Still deeper  down the favissae or pits of ancient  temples -were found, with traces of  broken pottery identified as dating  from .the. fifth century, B.C. The explorations-carried on in the-house  of tho Elavil nre. of the utmost importance for the topographical study  of the Palatine Hid, and although no  great discoveiy of statue nud works of  art has been made, since everything  was plunck-red during ihe sixteenth,  and seventeenth centuries, when extensive digging for treasure was un-  dertakem  historical buildings    have  lieehTTdenf i fiouT-TlTe"  ins, for instance, has  and underneath it is  a. prison'whore Drusus was starved to  death.  A Scientific Ooigress  Special Interest attache.} to next  year's meeting of the Assoclrtlon  Francalso pour l'Advancement des  Sciences which is to be held at  Havre, probably September 4th to  12th. A large number ot British societies are to take part in the meeting.  Thero are 160 British societies afTllat-  ed with tho British Association for  tbe Advancement, of Science, and it  has boen the custom for theso societies to hold a conference in Loudon  whenever the association itself mot in  somo far distant city���������as in the caso  of-lho,meetings at Winnipeg and In  South Africa. (Strange to say the  British Assocalion has nov : met in  London). Now .it happens that in  3 914 tho British'1 Association .meets Jn  Australia, and', comparatively fow  members will bo able to mako the  long and icxpensivo journey, aside  from those whose expenses nro to be  paid out of funds raised for this purpose In Australia. Accordingly, as  Havre-is comparatively near Knglaud,  it has been decided' to hold tho conference of delegates from the affiliated  societies at that placo, ln conjunction  wllh tho mooting of tho Fronch association.- It Is hoped that American  scientific societies will, nlso be represented at this joint mooting.  Rices;  You will find relief fo Zam-Buk!  It eases ilio burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and bring,  ease. Perseverance/with Zam-  Buk,-means cure: WhynotprovG  this ?  -AH JDrugohta and Stores,���������  "��������� *0 fOtbost. ���������  f&fflmt.  lE^Sr^oiniy.^,^ 3c"*^  No matter how decp-roofpd the corn  or wart- may bo, it must yield to llol-  loway's Corn Cure lf used as directed.  Milking Machines  The milking machin'o is becoming  a recognized part of tho equipment of  large dairies. It has already reached tho point where it compares favorably with ordinary hand milking ln  tho item 'of germ content of the milk  and in Its effect upon tho f.ow. Thero  is still much room for improvement,  from tho mechanical viewpoint especially ln the matter of simplicity and  expense of installi.tion.  Tho success-of tho milking machlry  is closely associated with tho personality of the operator. Unquestionably It takes a higher grade man to-  operate a milkinr; machine successfully than to hand-r. ilk a cow equally  woll. Thero is evcry reason to"think  that ln the hands of careless operators the machinery will work injury  to the' cows, but the samo result Is too  often obtained from inefficient hand-  milking.'  Insure Your Horse For  Fifty Gents  Silver Pine Healing Oil  Heal* Barb Wire Cuts���������  Cures Kicks nnd  Sprung  Over 2,000,(100bottles sold  without a single complaint.  No mailer how badly cut  a horso or cow mny bn,  "SILVER tMNtt" will  curo it. Tliero lifts never  been tv  failure  in nil tlio  f-cars this wonderful heal-  nr- oil has been uccd by  farmers and stockmen. It  soothes tlio pain���������prevents  inflammation; proud flesh  nnd blood poisoning;���������and  causes tho cuts lo heal  cleanly and rapidly. Cures  Old 'Soros,   Bruises,  Strains, Swelling', Sv/ccny. '  Eqn-ally   Good   for   Muscular   Rheumatism,  Burns, Scalds,   Sprains,   Soro  Throat,   nny  Ulcerated Surface.  ������.cun������it������(  I.-U kill 9  WKla ntn.  tn*n wj,u*n.  nm. vh i*i t w  xr>x  ���������tmtiit.ttMinai  rnjii.iw iii31'j n  IC U MITM������(Wl<  V  Socn lottlr���������nnil solil iy drains rvtry  whirr en a spot cash guarantee tactile.  international Stock Food Co., Limited  Toronto      ���������      -      Ontario       ��������� 93  WANTED at once  Persons to work for uh  ) spare timo nt home; Nn experience  reciulroil with, our NEW ART COLOR-  IN'j PROCEoS. Easy nnd fiuciniUina  vork. Good pay. No'canvassing. Wrlto  for ins'.r-ueUoi...  (free).   .  COMMERCIAL ART STUDIO,  3l3ColLfle Street.        , Toronto,.Canada?  "1 iouse~o ITT i Mi57  been identified,  the nit . vod ..s  In Suffragette Days  Dr. Lyman Ahbott told at a recent  luncheon in New York, an anti-suffrage anecdote.  Two suffragettes, lie said; were  talking one evenin... at tho club, ovor  a game of billiards' ���������  llow is your husband? the first asked.  Slowly mending, thank you, tho  otlier answ.red.  Slowly mending? , I didn't know he  was ill,  lie isn't 111; the other Giiffrnplst explained, laughing hcarrily. lie is  slowly mending my khaki riding-  breeches.  $100 Reward, $100.  The rpadcrs ot this paper will be plca������ed to ie������rn  tlmt them is nt least ono dreaded diseaso tli.it udeuoe  bas been ������.blo to care In r.ll lis, stance, and that ls  Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure in tlie only positive  cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrl-  bcln_ a constitutional rtlseaee, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, net'nK directly .upon lho blood nnd mucous  'iurlncL-a or the fystcm, thereby destroying tho  ���������'onndatlon ot the disease, s.iit KlvlnR the Ifrttlent  ilreniith by building tip the constitution and awlnt-  ln_ naturo In doing Its work. The proprietors liavo  so much Talth In Its curative pov.ern that they olTer  Ona Hundred Dollars tor any- cue that It t&IlJ to  ������ure.   fiend (or list, ot testimonial-!.  Address V. .1. CHRNEY A: CO . Toledo, O.  _ Sf,.d by all IlniSRlstd, 7l>c.  'i'atoilau's Family Tltlirfor-Mnstliintiorc ;���������  Worth Knowing  Clusters of cloves hung up in tho  rooms and allowed to dry will eradicate flies quicker than ily paper.  A package or, envelope sealed with  tin white of an egg can not be steamed open.  Wash silver ornaments in borax and  water. ., - ���������  If you varnish the soles of "���������your  boots it will render' them impervious  to damp and will make, them last  longer.   .  Minrrd's   Liniment. Cures   Diphtheria  Pork or Mutton  Afterthought  Mrs,   Wfiyburii���������Wo'ro sorry  wo callod our houso a bungalow.  Uor Frlond���������Why?  Mrs. Wnylnirn���������If   wo   spoilt  now  $50  A portable searchlight, supplied wiih  gas from r tank carried on a man's  back, has heon invented to enablo  linesmen to seo to the tops of polos  at night without having to climb them.  When the younj. husband reached  lionio from tho ofllco ho found his  wlfo in tews.  Oh, John, fho sohbo-.l on Ills shoulder. I had baked, a lovely cako and  put it out on tho buck porch for the  frosllns to diy and tho dog uto It!  Well, don't, cry about it, sweet heart,  hn consoled, patting tl o pretty flushed  oheolt, I know a man who will glvo  '..b another dog,  There was once a chap who went  skating too early, and-all of a sudden  that afternoon loud, cries for help began to echo among the bleak hills that  surrounded the skating pond.  A farmer, cjbbling his boots before  his kitchen lire, heard the shouts and  yells and ran to the pond at breakneck speed. lio saw a lame black  hole in the ice and a palo young fellow stood with chattering teoth shoulder- deep in the cold water.  The farmer laid a board on,the thin  ico, and crawhvd out on it to tho edge  of Uie hole. Then extending his hand  he said:  Mere, come over this way, and I'll  lift you out,  ��������� No, 1 can't swim, was tho impatient  reply, Throw a ropo to mo. Hurry  up.     It's cold in horo.  I ain't got no rope, said lho fnrmor,  and ho ndded angrily: What if you  can't swim���������you can wado, I guca-,.  The water's only up to your shoulders.  Tip to my shoulders? said tho  voting follow, It's olght feet If it's  an inch, I'm standing on tho blasted fat m -n who broko tlio Ice.  A' nriti'sher visiting "This -country  avers that Le can never accustom  himself to the free and easy manners  of the tyaiters ho-has encountered in  American hotels.  In Chicago, says he, I met the most  extraordinary types. I said to one:  "'"Waiter, is this a.poik chop or a  mutton chop.  Can't ycu tell by tho taste? askod  tho waiter.  No, said I.  Then,' said tho waiter, what difference does lt mako which it is?  Pure Apple  Jelly  added to.Pure Jam  makes   a   delicious   conserve  Ask   for   Upton's  moro on It wo could cull lt a villa.  Ten and  BANISHED  Coffee Finally  Had to Go  Tll!l 111,'  May I  he lo  Nd, i-ln- i'ii I  Ilo I'liownl  you,  cull  It.  lo-inorrnw? he nsknl rs  il,  Tho Ngyptlnn Irrigation fto\ i.rlmont  Is planning fo uro somo of tlio 15C.OO0  horsepower available nt tho .'i.pmiii  dnin for the production of atmospheric  nltrogon for   'oct'cliy.  msrlf iiKlniili-hrd nt lho  abi*ii|iliioBH nnd lmnlnoiifi of iho woid  iuul  "lie  on illniicil'  1)n yon I'cmi'iiilii-T thnr. It wnn only  lor lu-iiiKiii .mi t*ln.ii:il hn. irluitlsliip'.'  Ah, )t'H. he mill gloomily. Hut  to-in.rrow 1 shall cull all tho whim,  Sho f-oiild not i-fpri'ss the gladnoHfi  and Jny Unit bIujiio In hor fnco, nnd  In- imv it mul oiif-i' si*iiiIn !i was lill-  od wllh a ilrfp awe iintl wonder, For  ono dollcliiiii' iiKunonr, llicso two human Minis Ihnl fine Imd flung topr-lhiT  iindi'i' iiui'li strango nnd omlnotiH clr-  ciiinslniH't-ii fnri;i)| nil, except Unit tlicy  ..(���������ni'ii.il t.iio io tho nlhfa*" ns tlio two  pni'lii nt onn Iiit'omiiWu w!)o)ri. Thon  i-iit-.h iiiiii'iiibiicd and t.ach rtiuw back  ninl ,li)!iu raid harshly:  If j mi L-onn-, I iliould have tc nek  you ivlinl. yi.i. nu nnt by fcfil'JiiK }ou  hmi wmn >-"��������� yy/.f'tunyn !n tno non_c  on tim ''own*.  No, be i������-li,i ui -tl with n tic-op oino*  tlon.     It 11- for mo to ush ynu what  M>'ir |ihni<>j:rnph  ivaa doing there���������1  ) t-iiiiH i-oinij.  Tho wny foniopoi-pons cling to Ion,  and coffoo, oven aftor tlioy know thoy  nro doing them linnn, Is a puzzler.  CJ'pft Ih jiisl 118 hiirnifiil hociiiiso II con-  liilns caffeine, tho minio drug found  In coffin1), Hut It Ih an easy inalter  to glvo it np for good, when I'ohUhh  Ih properly mndo and used Instead, A  girl wi'lroii;  "Moihor hnd boon (differing wllh  nervous houdiu.-hcH for hovoii wt-ury  jt-iirs, but kept on drinking coffoo.  "Ono dny I atboft h.r why sho did  not (-.Ivo up c-offro, ai a coiihIh of nilnn  had dono who Imd laKon to rosluin.  Iiul. Mothor wi.fi smell a nlnvo to ooffro  sho thought It would ho terrlblo lo  glvo  It. IIJ).  "Finally, ono day, rhe mado the  nhnngn to I'oslum, mill f.nlt'J'Iy Jipr  lioiidiichoH dlKiipppiii'Pd, Ono morn.  Iiv M-hlln 'Aift u'li" drlnl'lnr" Vnfiiim  no freely nnd with mic-h relish, I askod  for a iiihio.  "TintI Hliii'led nm on lWum nnd I  now drink It inoio freely thnn I did  coffoo, which novor coiik-h inlo onr  house now."  Nnmo irlven hv finindlnn Von'iim  Co., Windsor, Ont. Wrlto for hook-  lot, "Tlio Itoad to Wollvillo."  I'oslum ooniPH In iwo forms,  Rcoulnr PoBlum (musa bo bnllpd).  Instant Po-stum doesn't require boll-  Ing, hut Iu prepared Inatnntly by stir-  riii.,' a Jove! ten-spoonful in nu ordinary imp ot lniL v.sit* r. v,hii:i, t.,-i',.i .i jl  right for moat persons,  A I'll, o'lp r'-'iuln ,��������� n-.i-v nud mme  people who liko ctrong llilii--,:i put ji*  ,. heaping spoonful and lumper it witn'  ,". "iniK" Htippiy of cronm.  Kxpcrliiicnt until you 1'.ik.w this  amount that plrn-se-s your wilnl'.- and  have li rrrved thnt wny '.n iho future,  ���������"1 here'" ft Hf-inon" for A'uDiiitn.  Ah a vermicide there Is nn preparation thnt equals Mother Clrnves'  Worm Kxtormlnntor. It 1ms saved  tho lives of couiitU-HH children.  Open Pcncon for Cupid  Thn ir.nnmer plrl is plnnnlnj. now  Her subtle summer nrlH,  And Ihipld's work In/; overllmo  At Hlmrppnlii/,' his dims,  And by nnd by nt rneli resort  AeeordlnK to her plan.  Thoro'll bo n .lohnnlo slain t-neh dny,  Mistaken for n num.  Harry Lauder tolls a story ofnnn  English nobleman, Uis lordship was  Introduced to mo at tho nnd of tho  Tlvell ono night, bo tho story bo-  Bins. He askod mo to dlno with  lilm. I accepted, anil then ho hosl-  tnlod find nnld:      .  I don't, moan dine n't my home, you  know. My vifo doesn't approve of  ���������o���������r���������music hull peoplo yor. Iuiq\> .  I menu dlno at my club.  At your club? said I with horrified  look. Oh, nol No, tlmnk you, my  loid; I'm sorry to have to doolino,  hut tho fact Ih, you know, ny wife  doesn't���������er"���������-nppi'ovo of clubiv.en.  Tho.'fool man who goes out on toots  Wo .,11 hole', up/to scorn;  Yet ho ignores'"'our slur:   and hoots  And starts to blow his horn .  A yonn/. Kontleman of tbo colored  perstiittion had promised bin girl m  pnii* of white gloves for a Christina1!  ���������gifo. Knterlng a largo department  store, ho nt last found lho counter,  whero these goods woro displayed,  nnd appro'tichlnii rather hesitatingly,  romnrkwl: Ah wa.'.t :��������� puir ob gloves.  llow lonK i'o you  want them? Inquired the buslnossllko cloi-k,  Ah doesn't want fo' to rent 'em;'  Ah Wiints fo' to buy 'em, replied tho  iilier, lndl_,'iinntly.  Etc.  Minard's Liniment Curer, Colds,  PANAMA   OPENS  THIS    YEAR  I'liimmi      iiw  One of the Locks Will Soon be Completed  It Is not Impossible Uml. thn Pniuiinn  | (.'mini mny be opon to navigiiii.in iiuh  , M-'H' ���������'���������>' 7ti). H,'<;;,,.��������� W.  Cu:!),-';' I.'a".  ' slated that tho pur., go of chips will  hn permitted at toon nn one sot of  twin locks enn bn nperiiir.il,  Work U  belni; punned on the lower gnnrtl gates  In   ilio   went clumbers,  In  order  to  hnve nil mc giiii-* mi '.um huh turn-  pleled nn iooii an pofiHlble, thus per-  mlttiiiB tlin pasfii.it' or hlilpfl bc-ioro  nil V.? giites nro completed, r.a the  (AifSrJ ~ioo of lho locks f-iiii bo kept  ftv'f,     Vfio same plan Is tn-lng followed  *A TreAro  Mlgnc)   nnd   Mlrnllores  le,'*!?^  Mid  all  lho }',-i?i-''  l;i   ������ii.������  t'-pi-:t  ehair.VJ.'i's will bo c-oiiipU-tc-il  by Oct-  ob"'/   1 Ft.  Her Cousin���������Maud Is nlwnys  posit ivo in hor assertions,  Rejected     Suitor���������Yoh,    slii  even posltivo In her negative.  very  wr.n  Ho Knew Her  You noem Inclined lo encourage  your wlfo to becomo a Suffrage!lo.  ���������  Yob, ropliod Mr. Moekln, If I onu  thoroughly convince her ihnl. I tloslro  hor to ninroh nntl mnUe spctvliOH mny.  bo Hho'll gut renontful and refiiHo to  do so.  I am suro Hint girl' hns a kind !;onrt  mid a consldernblo disposition, said  Uio young .mau.  Why?  Ilncmiae, whon I afikod whnt lie*' fnv-  orlto tlowor was sho took einv to nnmo  foniothlni. Hint door n't cost more than  fifl cents n hunch,  A Dlff^f^pce  iluc'uir���������Yoii iiTiiplii t fii'-'o up hCife,  Sonic ynir-? at') 1 had f-\n.ily trio  fciinio Illness.  (    ratleut ffi'.uC'iiiilj)���������Ab, but noi tho  - H.ns-.i. docioi.  A littlo four-yen. old girl whoso  parents had been discussing nn up-  pronelilii/. nieotlii/; In connootlon with  iho Society for the Prevention of  Cruelly lo Chlldron begged lo bo taken, lior mother explained that Uu  meeting would not. nnuiBo har, but sho  ncrsl.'-U-il In hor do in and, nud finally  her mother ngrood to tnko her If bIio  promised to bo very quint,  Sho was very good throughout tlio  greater part of rho proceedings, hut  ufle'r listening patiently to the i-peoch-  eo for Romo timo sho whispered to  her mother:  Mummy, this Is dull. When Is lho  cruelly- going to Login.  ������M'������We������l*it MsW  A AU-fi/f will, ilyrr.fjv'.i. romps Tiorvntt!-Tir!<r, rVrjiV-iinrnn nml f,ti\-  artA III henlth, Why T Heeitimo n dinordnrod ntomm*li rlooa not permit  tlia food to be MHsinillntcd nnd cm rled ta tlio blood. On tho otliorhsnd,  th������ bioixl is charged with polsorm which como frnm thlo dlnordrrcil  (llirentlnn, In turn, tlui ncrvwi nro not. fed on Rood, red blood nnd wa  tno thoso nymptomii nf nt-rvoim bronldlowii, ll in not betd work th������t  doi-s It, Lut poor utomach work.   Wllh pour Ihln blood tho body li not  VlU.Vvll-U <V,Iulil.,C i,.V ..VW.VI. V*   V(^....������   W*   ^..,y   ' m'.-fm.m.l,^. ~<-.ii*������*.U������y*  tion.   Fortify tho body now with  ������n. PIERCE'S  Golden Medical Discovery  un iltirntlrn extract frnm natlva medlelnsl rlftritu, preietllxft In both liquid  ������i-,d tnblot form by Ur. 11. V. l'lf-rc������������, ovt<r40yMr������ni.o. i,  Morfl linn 10 year* ef e.xporleiic. Imt tiroven Iti superior worth ��������������� an In-'  vla-isrillntr itomnrh tonlo nml blooil |,nrHlor. It InvltoraUt and r������ful������Ui������  tlie tt������nmnh, llvrrnnH Imw^li, ������n,l tKronfih tli������m tlio whf,l* n-itftn. It r*n  nnrr kino Ihi hiul In fiutr.ir^iHlMl ubltt form of nviit dnUri In m*dl������ln������,  If not, i������nd 60 conu In onn-cctit lUmpn for trill box to Dr. Vittcn't Uvaild������'  HeM and Hurglcal <n������titut<i, Hij-Tilo, h'V.  ,Thc Covrkliion Scsiso Medical Adviser.  Ifl A BOOK OF lOOfl r AOEO ITANDSOMET.Y BOUND IN CLOTH-TREATS  {���������IIVWOLOOVlHYQIENC,ANATOMY, MEDICINE ANO IS A COMPLETE  HOME PHYSICIAN, send Ko one-cent Btampo lo K.V. Pleico, Buffalo. N. Y.  i_*iw,rwn������ir "     i '   '". I        _ If; " ,���������.-.������������������ _MMM^MMM "���������f-y*���������f  ] I^-.*  /������*  I-"'  THE TM^WS. TTjmtKEKL'AND. Vt. CL  *a*t*j**,  fe  y  ,  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Mms timsi i-.i ten when the liver is right tha  stomach ond bowels'are right. .,   .  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  RJntly bul firmly com-  pil e lazy livor to  d> ili-duty  Cur m Con  filipation  indices  lion,  Sick   '  Headache, and Dihtros* after Eating.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine mint bear Signature  il  I  f  it  </���������  Wi  wmm  WATfeHPrtUUK,COLLARS  AND   CUFFS  Suiiu-ililiiii   ix-iiur ��������� Hum   linen   ntni   no  latin... y  UIIIh.      Wash  It  with soii-i and  Wntor.     All stores or direct. Statu stylo  mul n\y.o.      l-'or LTio,   we  wlll  mull you.  THE   ARLINGTON    CO.    OF   CANADA,  (' Limited  53 Fr.iser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND GUILD.  ' Muk, W_N3t.ow\s SooniiNO Syihu' has beeu  Wiert lor over SiXTtf YKAKS l������y MILLIONS of  MOT1IKKS fur their CIUI.UUKN WJlII/E*  TKKTUINO, witli.ri-nil'iiCT SUCCUSS. ��������� It  SUOTIU'.rt llie CHILD, 801'TKNS the GUMS.  ALLAYS ull I'MN ; CtJUliS WIND COLIC, and  h the best remedy for DlAUKIKliA. U Is al>  nolutely liarmk-si, lie sure and usk for "Mr*  Svhislow's Soulliliitj Syrup," uud Uilte ao other  kind, . Xwenly-Jive eetus a bottle.  I  t  i-  'I.  Ideal Silver  Cir-ain is n solen-  lillo preparation  specially adapted  for cleaning all  hinds of Sir.VKIt  &. GOLD P1...TK,  MIRRORS, CUT  CLASS, or WINDOWS. It Is -a  purely vegetable  compound nnd  docs not contain  any Injurious sub-  stiiiico.s. Any arl-  lelo polished wllh  IDRAL wlll ae-  ipili-e a beiiutifnl  lustre that will not  tarnish.  I'or   sale  by   all  Dealers.  Tho Heart of  Action.   I  t������Otto,  Piano  a Piano is the  nsist on the  Hi gel'"  Af������fii"_>*  I"  M  f.  l'-'  r'  i.  ,,,  Do you need Money ?  Send for our application forms.  Do you need Land?  Send for our list and terms.   -  Do you need an Executor?  Send.for our Will forms supplied free.  Do you need an Administrator?  Confer with us if deceased left  no Will.    "  Do you need an Assignee ?  Confidential interview invited  and best advice given without fee.  Acj������nts wanted In ;.I| Unr-present-  ecl Districts  Apply to���������  The Standard Trusts Company,  directing your loiter simply to Its  offices In  Winnipeg,   Saskatoon,   Edmonton,  or Vancouver  According lo locality Iti which you.  llvo  v  WOOD-BLOCK   PAVINQ  Under    Improved    Methods    Proving  Very Satisfactory  The paving of city -streets with wood  is again coming into favor, new methods of layk-g tho pavements making  this one cf the most satisfactory of  pavements. Vancouver's pavements  are largely, of the same material.  Eighty-two per cent of the haw paving  in Minneapolis Is wood-block, and Saskatoon and othet Western towns aro  giving the wood-block' paving -tho preference. ' - ������������������'"'���������  ;��������� Roiii results nre obtained from roc-  fatigular-shapei".��������� 'blocks' cut from  Southern or Norway pine which aro  thoroughly seasoned and creosoted.  This latter process not only lengthens  the life of the wood but reduces its  absorptive capacity^ for water,' thus  preventing "the -weakening- of tho  wood-llbros and reducing ltd,tendency  to buckle. The most approved method of "h.ylug. (his pavement used in  London, New York, and other large  'cities, is to' first make a concrete  foundation , four to six inches thick  ou which Is laid a thin layer of sand,  or bolter still, of moist, Portland cement, into whk-h the blocks are closely set.  The blocks ;.re, from_flvo to nine  inches in depth and "muse bo free  from defects. Caro must be taken  to place them with the grain perpendicular ti* the road-bed. If laid with  long edges at right angles to the curb  the joints are apt to become worn by  the calks on the horses' shoes, so to  prevent this and to best provide for  possible expansion, the paving is laid  at ar angle c: about sixty-seven' degrees witli the curb. ''The joints are  usually tilled wllh ground cement and  the surface of the paving is then covered with a Ihln .dressing of coarse  sand,, which beds*into the pores of the  blocks and roughens them.  Such a pavement lias, the smoothness of asphalt and will last almost  without repair for fifteen years under  ordinary conditions. It is sanitary,  noiseless, easily kept clean and. has a  certain springiness'lacking'In asphalt, atid so is much easier, on horses'  feet. Expert labor is not required  in "ils laying and. the cost of maintenance is practically nil, so that from  the standpoint of cost as well, it  compares favorably with tlr asp":alt,  macadam and'brick now being used  in Canadian towns, and cities.  The manufacture of wood-blocks for  pavirg would furnish sawmill owners  with a means of.utilizing the many  defective logs of Norway pine unfit  for saw material, and, could a steady  market be developed, much -of the  waste in connection with present lumbering and .milling .operations could  bo avoided.       ' "   ���������  CHILDHOOD DANGERS  No sympbms that ludleato any of  rho ailments of childhood should ba  allowed to pass without prompt tit'.oit-  tlon. Tho littlo ailment may .soon  become a uerlotis.oho and porhaps a  little lifo passes' out. If Baby's Own  Tablets aro kept In tho houso minor  troubles can bo promptly cured and  serious'ones averted. .The -.Tablets  are guaranteed absolutely rate and  can be given to the newborn babe as  well aa the growing child. ..Thousands of mothers use no other medicine for their littlo ones. Tho Tablets aro sold by medicine dealers or  by mall at 2C cents a box from The  Dr. WIlllamB' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  by  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N������1. Ni.3. N���������3.  .THERAPIONWn^ll  Krrt.it niiriiw, ci'ui KriiuuMf \n;-.KNi:s'.i, i.osr vwoi.  It VIM, I.IIIM'.V,  III.A111)I'.tt, IIIM.VjI.S, 111.0011   I'nlSlW,  I'll.i.s, linu,i! mi, Dituiiiiisi'-.iiiriiMi. SI, i-usi i ns  l'ill.'(il'.U,\ f.il, IN, lll'.l'.KMAN HI', ll i:\i- HlllKlir I.VM ^N IIIIHH  IIIKOS'l'il. Will l'K |a'OI| FflCR IIIHIK TO Ull, l.l. C'.I.I.IIC,  Ml'II.C'ii, lUVI-.HSIOrkHP, II.UII-SIK.UI, l.l JN HUN, KM).  mV,Ma.\VI>IIAlll5li(l'AMT,l.i;S'iM'lJHMOI'   |..������SV 'III TU'tt  THERAPION fK������,.,  IKK TIIVI' -| It.MtlC MMlKIU) Wltllll "I'llKIIAl'luS ' IS tit  lltll'. liUVr.N'I'AMI'M'i'UI'.l) 'IU AM. Uliia'INfcl'ACIil. in,  _ Whistling for a Living ,  :���������A���������novel���������industry-has~beeiAUf"r:rg-lJr  lo light, by ilie news that a man who  iu takinr; -150 British song birds to  British Columbia is an expert . bird  whistler. It appears that it. is no uncommon thing for a :nan who keeps  a bird fancier's sho;) A be able to  whistle a distinct series of bird notes.  At tho beginning of each ; cries says  The Daily Citizen, cle,scrlbin ; the work  of the profesjlonal bird-wliistler, tho  different, feathered tribes whose cages  completely covered the walls took vo  the lay, piping as if their little hearts  would break with joy. Whon tlu linnets ceased tho canaries, hearing the  notes of the man-whlsller, broke into  riill-throaled song, Then when the  expert.started to whistle skylark notes  the Imprisoned songsters of llie heavens forgot Ihcir'captivlly'and gave the  sun, pooping shyly in between the  closed blinds; a-melodious welcome.  H "appears that when a bird Is caught  a.-.d put Into a eago it Is very apt to  sulk and become miserable, this is  where (he bird-wlili-ller comes In useful,' Mo Imitates' the tones c! whatever kind of bird thin ono happens to  be, and tho Utile prisoner, thinking  il has compnny, forgets all l(ls troubles and breaks Into a song of-Joy,  Sninotiinos tho hli-d-wliisilor can  loach ono bird another bird's song.  One nian taught, a goldfinch to sing  lllu* a linnet'and a linnet, to slug like  a goldfinch.  SLEEP WALKERS  Extraordinary   Cases   Related  British Medical Man,  The many remark-able stories which  have been^lold of personsl'alling from  windows or walking over heights wlillo  in a somnambulistic stato are supplemented by some extraordinary cases  which aro related by Sir George 11.  Savage, M.U., in tho Practitioner. "  , One concerns two friends of his who  woro travelling iii Sweden. One night  they stayed at a cafe and occupied the  samo'room. Two hours after retiring  one of them got up, seized a water  bottle, and hurled' it at tho head of  his friend, smashing it against the  wall, "lie then returned to bed and  was perfectly unconscious of the act;  1 Epilepsy is the cause of many acts  of somnambulistic automatism, and  Sir- George tolls the story of a man  who had passed a brilliant school and  university career and eventually entered the Government borvice. ' He  secured an appointment abroad and  left for t.he East, in good health, but.  at Port Said he disappeared. After  months, when he was supposed to be  dead, his friends heard that he. was In  a state of destitution far from where  he landed, but ho had no recollection  ct his movements after ho left the  boat. After careful nursing, ho was  ready for work,  He t.:ok a private secretaryship in  the colonies, where he soon proved his  ability but shortly afterwards he disappeared and was again found in a  state of poverty in quite���������anolher part  of the world. A third time he started work on a ranch,- and was "ma", 'ng  a, success of it when he again vanished  and on his being discovered iti, a  state of great distress some monlhs  after, he was placed in an asylum.  It is Wise to Prevent Disorder.���������'  Many causes lead to disorders of the  stomach and few are free from them.  At the first manifestation - that the  stomach and liver are nr' performing  their functions';' a course   of   Parme-  Jee^s-itegetable���������IiIlls-sho=ld���������be���������t-r-ietV  and it will be.found that-the digestive  organs will speedily resume-' healthy  action.- Laxatives and sedatives are  so blended iu these pills that noother  preparation could.be so effective as  l".oy.  New 0.P.ft, Station at Montreal    \  Tho new O.F.H. Windsor . atreot  station at Montreal Is. now open to  tho public In conjunction with' tho  churtttlu'g dining ��������� room and lunch  room which surpass .my station ar-  rangoinent In the Dominion. Tlie accommodation for tho travelling public tis fur ns waiting room and the  concourso tiro concerned ia large and  airy, whllo tho special provl don made  for tho ladle;. Js most comfortable  In every way. Attached to this waiting room i_ a nursery for tired children where mothers can tako their  children and glvo thom a bath if necessary after-1 long railway journey,  or prior to one. Everything that it  ia posblble to provide for the comfort  of passengers at the new station has  been done and It is the last .word in  this direction.  Tho opening oi tbe new dining  room and lunch counter is the beginning of a new era in modern culinary  art as far as the Dominion of Canada  ls concerned. The head of the department goveruinj the dining service has Introduced into'the kitchens  of- the Windscr   station    new   ideas  hlch have been gathered frcm almost every1 part of tho world. No done  has been left unturned to secure the  most modern appliances iu existence.  A traveller cnn have his egg cooked  tc- a nicely, the machine Is so arranged that it can be" one, two cr three  minutes, or even four and works automatically so that there is no danger  of it being forgotten. Dish washing-  is wonderful, and it is the first ma-  chinAof its kind in Canada, Ranges,  electrically driven vhlppe:-, potato  peeler, ice plant, refrigerator most  complete in the world, but it is impossible to enumerate all the latest  appliances that have been "installed,  and it is the ��������� intention of the company to fit the new dining rooms at  Winnipeg and Vancouver with similar  apparatus.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  !  Reduco the CoGt of Living  There must bi> n prohibitive turllT  on .umvliiH vans,  Wh.it a ullly Iden.  Nol at nil, I ,|iur trli'dto ii Iro one,,  and  tilt* conl  ol1 moving  has almost  trebled,  Mnnk-I took nix boxes of liver pills  11 ne o,  HIIiih���������lin.your liver any r-ooiIV  11iliiK���������Yc������������. Ihu (IniRglHt chiiHt'd nie  fair tluvi' nillt'H.    1 IVIt line iil'u-r the  run!  A himped'ot', man hi the slknl pnrt.  uer of his tvlfu'-i woes.  ^ttfs&sm*^  t  v  60c. a box or tin . txei for $2.50,  at oil de-ilert, or Thf Dorlda Mcdh  rlr.e Company, Limited Toro.ito,  Canada.  Nelson's War Stores Found  An Interest lug llnd ls reported from  lloniti. Some fishermen declare thnt  a slii'plierd has found nent* Cnp;> Testa  (he oxti-eino northerly point of Sardinia, a largo cave, containing an  enormous i|iiuntliy of powder nnd  other wur Hlores, It. Is thought pro-  hnblo tliafthe stores were placed In  the r-uvo by Nelson when ho was  watching the French lleol at Toulon  In Uio operations which ended In the  bmtie of Triil'iilgnr, NoIhoii used  Sardinia ns his huso of supplies, und  ll was whllo lm wiih relltllng thero  that VIIIiMWMive cHcnped .rom Toulon  nml got flour awny to MnrLliiltiuu,  whence- he returned lo European waters, where ho was nt IhhI brought to  The Italian mlllniry authorities  viMtlgiiflng lho find.  The Life of a Battleship  Tho scrapping of the battleship Revenge, so far as the active list of the  Navy is concemCL, ia a reminder of  'how short-the liTe of a battleshln is  held to be nowadays. The Revenge  is one of seven similar ships forming what is known as the Royal Sovereign class, They are big ships, of  over 1-1,000 tons displacement, each  carrying four 111.5 inch gun.', besides  other armament, and they were designed by the lato Sir William While,  reputed one of tho grent'es't naval  architects and constrticlors. The  building of th iso voss.ls marked the  beginning of the Naval Defence Act  of' 1889, the j ist of .them was> begun  In that, year; the last, of them was not  put. Into commission until 1800, Tlioy  were declared obsofeto In 1011, In  oilier words their effective life as a  class was In yeara. Now, 'these, ships  cost altogether somo' 12 millions of  money. One of tliem already sold  to tho breakers-lip, realized, It. appears  $160,000. That may he inken to be  about, tho malci'ial valuo of ihe others,  As n sidelight, on the rr.ee In naval  ai'mamonis, those fuels are instruct'  Ivo. Nollilv.g could bettor show :i:  once tho folly and futility of scares  that nobody gc-tn any  lieni save t.hri armour  ���������MniieliOfiU-r Clt'/.en,  and Iho    fact  thing out of tl  plnte Intercuts.  TOLD BY HIS TEE-.TH  Teethma.ks   More   Reliable   in   Crime  Detection than Finger Prints  The case of the burglar-who was'  recently identified-in Paris by the  marks of his teeth in some fruit he  had bitten and left; behind, led a London dentist tc comment on the value  of the teeth r.nd palate for purposes  of identification. It recalls,,too, the  researches of Dr. Paul Prague, of  Vienna, who more than five years ago  declared that a long series of experiments demonstrated that the palate  never changes from childhord to old  age. and that identification by this  means is even more certain than by  means of finger-prints-.  The gums and palate, said tlie dentist referred to, are an infallible test of  ���������Identity. No matt.-r how a person  ciiaTi"ges~in^\a^"ial~'o"x"pT^simi~aiTd���������in"  general appearance, 'the gums and  palate remain io assure him and others that his identity is the same. The  sooner this fact is realized the better  for one can state no limit to its usefulness. Here.is a case that came  directly under niy own notice.  A man of considerable wealth and  of high social standing went on a tour  to Africa. Ho disappeared, and  though every effort was matlo to trace  him he could not. be found. Meanwhile difficulties arose concerning the'  disposition of his property. Thore  was no evidence of his death, ar.d presumption of death was refused by the  court. Reports arrived later to the  effect that he had boon murdered by  natives and b was f..:.*.led ll. '.his body  had been burled in an African village.  As It happened, T had made the man  a set of teeth aiid still retained the.  cast of the mouth, The man's brother went out, returned with the skull  aud I found that tho cast I had taken  tlttod tho mouth- of the dead man,  That was sufficient. The death was  presumed, and lho eslaie duly admin-  IsL-red.  The palate lest Is Infallible, and  should be used by our detectives, A  cast of the mouth of every criminal  could easily be taken, nnd would  prove more effective i-.nd reliable than  lhe iiiinh-vuiiiilod llnger-prliii f.ystem,  [DIRECT l'  dma  I&IlIIM  ?fpDE||  READ,  THE   LAB E L  COR THE PROTECTION OF THE  SUMEH THE, INGREDIENTS  PLAINLY -PRINTED ON THE LABEL ,|T  IS THE ONLY WELL-KNOWN MEDIUM?  PRICED. BAKING POWDER mad. N  CANADA THAT DOES NOT CON.AN  ALUM AND WHICH HAS ALL THE  INGREDIENTS PLAINLY STATED  THE    LABEL.  ON  , B*KIMww8fR\=,  tacyiKKMoonm-Vi  'OUyWINt INWKClte '  lN_4������OHBW0t)Ml;  -IK8!!*��������� ���������������**���������������/? i  AOKM(0ri0t������M)/ai  &\  41ARCH  ���������y\ "ALUM    IS  , MAGIC   BAKING  CONTAINS   NO  SOMETIMES  POWDER  ALUM  REFERRED   TO     AS    SUL-  oHi/.T0Eu������������^_ALUMINA    OR "SO DIC    ALU MI...C  SULPHATE.      THE   PUBLIC   SHOULD    NOT  MISLED    BY   THESE   TECHNICAL   NAMES.  E.  W. GILLETT  COMPANY  LIMITED  WINNIPEG TORONTO.   ONT. MONTREAL  Hogan's Clock'  The frequent aud unsuccessful candidacy of certain men for public of-  \ea reminded George Dore- of a story  of his old friend Hogcn.  Ho,,an was raffling- a clod-, said  Mr. Dore. He was fairly successful  In disposing of tickets in the shop  where he worked, but he ran up  against trouble when he canvassed the  neighbors.  Dropping in at a neighbor's home  he tried to. sell-a iicket on th-v clock.  It's a foine timepiece ..nd It'll look  ifoine on yer what-not or mantel, say-  Hogan, cajolingly'  ,   'Gwan, the old clock doesn't, run, replied ihe neighbor.  Well, drawled Hogan. changing front  completely, veil, perhaps yez won't  win it, and thoti ye'll have the laugh  ou the fellow who does.  Mayor Rockwell' of Akrov-.was condemn ng the clai n often put forward  by tl.e rich, that poverty is good for  tho character.  Poverty is good for nobody, he said.  II embitters the mind, hardens the  heart, causes unhappiness and -fear  and suffering.  '.'here's nothing liko ad/ersity, a  millionaire" once said to me���������there's  nothing like adversity to brir.g a man  out.  Ves, I replies'., out at. the elbows.  Wheels Within Wheels  Mrs.   Crawford���������1    was    so  lo find her out when I called.  Mrs.  C'rabshaw���������1 knew you  like  i-ach other, so 1  told her  you were going lo call.  didn't  when  Why   He   Didn't   Understand   'Erh  That" woman snubbed me tlollteiate-  iy-'  Pe:*'-.aps slie didn't, see you.  Of course she did. Dldu't I have  on my new suit, nad my %7i> bonuet?  No woman in tlie world could pass by  without seeing that.  Choked  for  Air,.    Soni'e   little  Irritant becomes lodged In the bronchial  tubes, others gather, and'   the. awful,  choking of asthma, result.).   .Nothing  offers quite  such  quick an.l  positive  relief as  Remedy,  smoke or  passages  Dr  J. D  The healing  vapor penetrates  and gives^untold  Kellogg's Asthma  There are few wlio realize how important a role the thumb has played  in the social customs of the peoplo.  'Erskine records that among certain-  classes of people in Scotland the "final  settlement of a bargain was always  signalized by.the licking .'.nd .inir-  of the thumbs. " Kissing '.he thumb  was at-one time considered a characteristic   of- servility.    The   clergy.  'flToTIch and'The great, were ih receipt  of 'the honor from tradesmen. ��������� From  remote times the practice of licking  the thumb, has been "regarded as a  solemn pledge and promise, existing  .according to Tacitus and others,  among the Goths, the Iberians ancl the  Moors, and it may bo traced through  successive periods down to tho present  time.  soothing  clears tho  relief. Usually ir, completely cures. It has-behind it years of success. It is tho  sure remedy Cor every sufferer,  , A farmer in one. of the neighboring  town,:hips who had gone into scientific poultry raising hit upon thti  scheme of marking each egg with cer-  taintain <iata in indelible ink. His  idea was. to find which variety cE  chickens laid best, and tht.. wheu  the-eggs weie hatched, attac-1.-. a tag  to the' chicken's leg:,. He soon  found that, his hired man was negligent about properly inscribing -The  eggs. One day not an egg was  marked and tl.e farmer read him the  riot act.      -  The hired man listened in sullen  silence until the boss finished. Then  he said:  Minard's  Liniment   Cuivs  Cow.  Garget   In  A man went iii'to a druggist's shop  a ii il asked for Romelliiiu; to cure a  headache. ' The druggist held a bottle of hartshorn to his nose nnd he'  was nearly overpowered by Its pungency!  13ut. didn't It ease your headache?  asked the apothecary.  .  Ease my headache! gasped the man.  f hnveu't got any headache. It's my  wife that's, got the headache, ���������  For the use of surgeons and dentists  au Ohio man has Invented an electric  lamp mounted ou an adjustable bracket whicli concentrates its ray through  a system of lenses mounted In a tube,  See  here.    You'll have   to  get another man.      -        .  -Why, dim, you're not going to leave  me  after working for ' me    lor    six  'years.  Yes, I am returned the hired man.  I've done all soils of odd chores for  you without a, whimper, but I'm dtirn-  ed If,I'm soing to stay lure and be  secretary to ar.y durned hen.  "lie expects'to be  What's ho done?  He's  invented  a   waterproof  for lettuce sandwiches.  rich some day.  bread  Oil engine propulsion for ocean going vessels has reached so su-cessful  a stage that a $5,000,000 company has  been organized lu London to operate  lines of freight ships of that type.  Young Husband���������What a glorious  day! 1 could dare anything, faco  anything, on -...day llko this!  Wife���������Como ou t'.own to the mill in.  er's.  bay.  aro  , Why You Sink In Water  The rou-HwIninier, feniing the wntor  vory naturally tenses his muscles as  hn HlriiRgloH In ltce.i IiIh bond nbovo  tlm water, until lie Is as hard ub .������������������  rock, anil like a rock hn sinks,  V.u'i'oiih the swimmer, having no tone,  rehires Ills miincles. nnd honen !>,"���������  coiiu-H buoyant, Tho explication is  ���������I niiiipK' pli}im-iii one. 'i'i line, (au:  muscles Iii.-ivhm) lhe iipe'dllc gravity  of th.i hotly i.ud make it sink In witter. I,noun, relaxed hiiihi-Iph (rIvi'M  nn nrdlniiiy supply of nlr In the lungs)  wlll urn lui tin* huilv llout .--O-iiliift.  An Italian woman, accompanied by  lier little boy, was (ravelling on a  fi-aiii which was making very piu-r  (line. The conductor aald to hor:  M'/dnin, your boy can't pasu ou hull'  I'll ro;  he is too largo.  Wi'llii, ho may be too lnn.ru nowu,  bulla when do tralnn start ho w-.issa  simtll ouou.'.'hu,  will-  Uy I  of tho  Then the bank  he  ivay, began  party,  I  don't  Broke  llie Hpokesin.v.i  bollcvo  I  ( ver  told you before jf u ciirloin incident,  thai be foi mo,  Ir wns lhe commore  liotel, and  baginen  o  classes  t U011..I1  wort-   gal bored  (hoy smiled no  1 room of the  nil  iigos  and  round,      Al-  paitlcular wol-  And  you  used Id hiij  you wi-  ng Id  die  for  1110,  So 1  am  Anil  yoi  you  re-funo nio a now  Hut  look  at.  .hi1 oosr  of 1. !  II'H  cheaper  Hum  a  I'ii in nil  dress.  II'h really a plenaum to bsorve how  willingly your rt.lo boy runu your or-  raudri,  Oh, he's the boy that '.Ives nr^vt  iloor, I got. hlni to do ry erriiudri  bocuiiBO my own boy won't,  Well, what Is your hoy doliiK now?  lie's running un errand lor the lmly  next iloor.  'I' I      ���������        T    '. ..     I, '      I  iuorI fi'i-m-loull nnluuil von  clrciiH  parade.      .lolinnh -  npn.  (|W  Th.-  In I hi*  (Mill-  A  mnu  wh,1 trlon to run tii. nnio-  mobile on  a wheelbarrow  ,if  Ineoine ft''  cdiiU', the lalliatlvo traveler imiiblo'.  on.  I wan slay an In tlio r-nunlry; and  one day, whilst out for u walk, I rested on n wiiynltln hank. On rising  iifli-r n Utile ii. p, 1 found that a dollar had dropped tint nf my pockot, and  try as  I  would  I  could  not discover  Ilii-   Colli,  V,'������ll, what ef that? nslu-d Iho hoard-  i.i one.   '  .lust :*uo year lalor, resumed the  atory teller, I was nr the nunc place  aivilii. I clambered nu Iho bank' but  lho curl i'i crumbled a wny, and I fell  lo tlio bottom ngnln. Hut- what t' ���������  you thir.U 1  found','  Your doll'ir, ropliod t'i' be.iinlod  ouo.  No sir, wrong. ? found the dollar  and live coins, Ynu noo, my dollar  li'i'l linnii In tb'1 lmntr it vrvtr nl llv*  per cent,  Ih-lug tiniibl'a-- tn find n s:-,'it o tlio  Dver-i-fmnlnd train    n    Inryo    woman  Vou iuv au honest boy, Hi.bl the  lady iih h|ip opened the roll of live  onn dollar bills, but the money l lost  was it five (li)llar bill, Dldu't you nee  thnt   lu   tl.n  ndvorilHMii-.'in-.'  YpakIiii, replied lhe boy. It was n  flvo dollar bill that I found, but I hai  It elnngeil so that ymi could pay nio  it iiHMiril.  W.N.U.  .67  Whon Wo'imii Re.idt  Ilonry. It h.iys hero that M.1. Jack-  Hon  polfoil \lw pill for thri'C1 sacks,  What  dm-*  It  mean?  ('ond  lie.iVfiN.  Miny, cm"  jm.   un-  dorsum-.!  pl'ilii    English?   It    ineiitu  that, he Hluwd the nphi-ro unto nnd  l.'iuili-il on iho hiiiil (itilinv,  Dr. Morse'a  Indian  Root   Pills  I nre uit-lhe right medicine for (hi  j rliih ten. Wlmn tlicy arocniintipntrd  i ���������w ion their kidneys nre out of order  j ���������w icn ovcr-inJu!���������ci'.w!* in ;*,is.a  favorite food fjlves thcni iiullw'tlion  -l)r. Morse's Indian Ro-;t I'm. vJjl  ftiickly and surely put tVm liijiit.  'urely \rtriable,tney nr-itlur Mrkrn,  weaken or gripe, likcharshniiri-ativr*.  Cirard your childten'ii bi-.ilih  ilW-iyi yo  I  Cirard  ���������plnrn hex o  Indian Hoot I'llUin the buu  OUT  ot  child'cn's  f Mr.  ly  Mor*e t  .-. TI,t-yM  wont Into ihn smoking err nnd wit  down by *i'i" dor-r,  The mm', novt tn her. nhsorlmd I.i  his nouHpapor, kepi on Hiuokliig,  I wiim fiinllHh enough fo niippiifu*,  ���������mid alio, (.lowering at him, that nonio  of (hr* mon In hero nt li-nst won- geu-  Unmet, M  Pin-don me, madnm, ho a* won-d,  politely offering lu-r u cigar,  Fi,r I  -,p.i-.-i it  l-'i'iuir-h  lliimIiinllu-< largo out  iii-.-l --v-u f.ir !'l,;:i.i.l  11,'Uiy    ha,   .iilopU-d  light, projoi-lii:*, mln..; mpii  o.SiMic nil In    luamliM    lhat  4uno  -aiidb' powi-i ,  of door  ���������n:;   th.-  |ini liilil.i  /.od  l;i-|-  pro.lui-o  H������jnn   the   Children   Wol) ������  Sim, ('iiaiii-icy -You  Trill hy >v'- if  h- v..i . !,.-!'  il-l  ljui.       Mis    I'.iri'  i-ni'i!       My  hiKhaiiil   ii  lho  (���������-.,-nl lit;,   i,ith   I, r.  .tut  j.l.ll.l' .1  .  y.iu :r;vr  Imlfd  you  I    tu   ijl-IUl  Bakes Bread  to Perfection  Oil Cook-stove  Cleaner than coal or wood.   Cheaper  than gas.  For best results use ROYAUTK Oil  Stock curried ;it all chief points.  f&mix&Jam,.,?*  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY  UmlltJ  Winnepef Toronto Halifax  Montreal Vancouver        St. John  0>HS  .<n,iiu Y  / ��������� 7a ULi.dJL-i.HG.Ud i) oii a  ..? livery "by   "Wfdriesday the  AKhi   3i   CarcYbevl&nd  ;b.isiTiing   Coropany.  r-m wm% (gpBMug, JggggSL^;^^^.^  ��������� ,-)_irW.ri--a^a3������������ .������������������  si|.(;r 'will lu't hoVl   itself  !)].* for the ������rj)Inionst)f oili-  i.nvy fvptHiur i������' ita_ columns  :-,;t.' h> lil'.lv*.  A  :..\T.SDAY    S.'CP.  '6.   1913  i  1  fe  vv  NOTICE  '   ���������*-'���������  :.!C!-:S,CIi:   TO TAKE AND  \yV. V/ATKK.  -.'���������.       .*' i-_ hi ri*f>y f.ivc-n  that Ksqni-  -'  :-!>uii������- Knil.-'ny, of   Victoria,  -.  ;.  ply i.'r a K .:*i-..! lo lake snd-  ������������������ ��������� '.; pnl'lviiiH  pi-r '.'.I hours, of water  '.    -iii-ii Cr-.-o:-,   ������������������ 1 i-h  flows  )������   a  ...   tiinc-i-n   thron'h .Nowcnatle  ���������-  ���������-i-l un*.i i si M.-ti SI rails of G'eor-  : ���������., :-'. m'l-s suit  cf ,Hi������;  Qualionm  ..A- ;. '!';*,(��������� witter wi i lm ������1i\-. lt.-d at "J900"  ,>*���������������������������   n  fi-u.-ii " in'K'.iv ad will bu used  n. ,  ;  '-('.ill railway  \ ti f.t-rt. s on thu .lijul  ?     ��������� ' ,.-1 ai Ii:iil������-ay l:i;_h' of Woy.   This  va< posted -j ��������� tne Rrotind on   the  . i.f April. 10113      Tht- application  ,- . ':.:���������. i';h.il in tlu; olh-.:o ������ i the. Water Ki-  ��������� ��������� 'br ���������-.-, V���������-t-jri-<, li'. (5.    ObjcoiimiB may  . 'a mils tii-*. sioil W'ntu- Recorder or  . ;... 'ho t!ui)iplr.������il������r of V.'ater Rights.  i������a<!i;>m-i,l llu--l(ii ������,'���������������, Vioo rii H.O,  E.-iQVl^ULT & NAN'AIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  tl. E   BEASLKY '  Agent  a I 116 niy"  WATER NOTICE  FOI! A LICENCE'TO TAKK AND  NOTICE'is hc-relr,-j-;������ea that' Esqni-  mt-. t <fc Nan.imo P.ailw y, of Victoria,  B. U- wi'i ������yi'ly f-.r a' 1 c< i-.a U> take and  uso 10D.000 |{-iih.t*.s jv:r 21 hoars, of water  on of iS'infi** ' 'rack, wi)-..* flows in a northerly i i ictin-i ihroiifj'i Newcastle l)i_-  tn.ti.ml imptica ii.t-j D op Bay, near  Ruiic-wel (J.cck- Th. wat---r will hi diver  t d .-.i 2150" i'o truant from Railway and  will he iiPfd foi Gur.iral Itulw.iy purpo.es  or-, the Ir.tid desciiboil us Railway Right ot  \V,iy.   Tins n.)te-_  wia posted en    the  ___^ i , i_��������� . u_! i . if _\ ������������_I1    -ini .  gTtjnnn_on~tuu o-ii���������o���������,-���������its���������nyMt-j���������ib.-o-r  The ny-pl C-ilion v;,ll   \k YiltA in the  oflice  oi tho Writor Hccoril- v  A, Yiotoni. 13. C-  O'-jpct'ooH ni'iy ' be lih-il  w,th  tho said  Wator Rei.-Di'dor.' r - iih   the Comptroller  of   W.tir Ri.hu-,  P rli.ui ent JUtildinrs  Yiotorii,. 15 OA  v:;sql* im alt f; Nanaimo railway  Applioiiat  il. k. r������'i-;\SLEV  Ajront  HpIlS ������'.v7  Province of British  Columbia*  WATER RIGHTS BRANCH.������  (Department of lands*)  APPROVAL OF   tfNDKKTAKIKl)   Of  THE CAMPBELL RIVER POWEtl  COMPANY,   LIMITED  Whereas   the Campbell   lover Powor  lO lnpnny, Limited, hereinafter cdlled the  Company, iy ;. conipnuy inoorjiorated v.nil- ]  er the "Companies' AUA 1897, and U om, j  powHieil,  aiooaH   other    tliitgs  by, its  Mem ranila. of Asbodtition.'  "To apply for and ohtaiu v,iult-r the pro^  visions ot thu Wator Aot or to puroha-o  or othorwis.} aci'DUc water rucorda or wator li'jc)i-,is"aiHl  "?Co construct or opera to woika for tho  supply or utilization o������ wai .r umIii- tl.o  Water Act,"  "Ami whereas the sort Ccinrmny i*n  tho 2i"th June, RHO, obUinal a \Ya;o.-  L:c?ncp, numboml 1901, nnthoriK:-ng tho  divera;on of'2,700 eulvc feet of wator per  se-.oud from tlio Oar.pholl River for power pnrpcHes.  THIS lil TO CERTIFY that the und-i  ertakinj. of the Hiiu C'ampball River Power  Company, Limited, for the clirasiou of  2,700 onbio feet of water'pur second from  the C-unpbell River for the generation of  power aud for the sale, harcor,, and ox-  cha goof aasd power within the followirg  ds.-cribed terri oiy, is Irroby approved  sill ject io the limitations of Part IX. of  tho WaUr Act and to the following -.erms  and conditiotis:���������  1. Tho Ftrcl approval rf Ihe above un-  dertikiag shall ho c-xprfsly e nditional  oa tha exi cu tion find ' liling of a Bond  with the "Comptroller of Water K ghls.  Tho said IJonJ ihall be ia the sum of  tsventy thousaud do.lnrs (**20,000 00) arM  ahill bo hy tho C'oinp--!iy and a SnreLy  Coinp..������y auth--riztd by ita t'hj-r er fur  the peilormanoe of coutrai:ts of this kind.  2. The territ ry within which the  power giMcrntsd from the eaid wx-or may  be sold is within a rtidiita of one hundred  and fifty miles from the   power hov.so  of  \^Sm^^yW^^^^^&^^^  **m\** *:*���������**+���������.  m*������������������%%mm I  B2gas^3g3S3saOT w-^MtaagagragE^  mn. MB_^ii^iBiwiagwwi*wMBawBMMJMJWw>������wra<aa  ���������^r   y  tlie Coinpaey,  3-.   Ths amount of tho capir.il B'ockoHl  tho Cooipaay'whieh Bhrdl  ba unbicvibid.jgi  befure the Company shall bt-:;in the  ::on-  atruo ion of-tho worVa ah r.i I bo ������50,01.0 00,  -1.   Tao awotvit oi Lt.e c-.piral -Hock of  ihcCoaipauy whioh "''A 'v ���������;; A .tp bff<>r_ t g������  the Oiimpatiy sb-ll hry '. *. ".':nnt,-'.io'.iti'*; $  Anvthi-npA'you want   and whatever,  way yjn, want it. Below are a-  few-'of things we print   s_  [I  lie oo11-jg*  'A.jnof||  WATKR ��������� NOTICE  v.sqition  of  YlTli  toy  vv7a-  !>���������-,. 1.  O A,  u.-ar  for  I-  or.-;-)   .i'ldsr; W  -.i ���������.-...; Ara-i|j  w :.-iAy be  \&  FOK A MUKSCE TJ TAKK AND  ITftli WATIv'.l.  KOHCK in l-.ei-t-by (ji.ou tint 1-! oui-  malli &   Ninaimo   ltailwiy oi  Victoria,  Ji, 0. will uop'y for a li-e-n-j lo tu'tc and  n.sol00.ll00f.:;ill.mB.pc. _-l  hour-i, of M*:itc-r  out ol Iiii.d o   Ort-oii,  which  il.iws  in a  r.n.-ti crly diiu-tioji through   ml-uin !j>'-  trii-t ami cniplicii inro Hay no  Sound lear  T.ab'.o ll'vor.    Tli������ v.'al.r Mill bt-'tli i.,', J  Bt-UiJO'-itiwiireiiiii from Hill i'iiv<i.i:i -   . hn  r.si-d tor (i-jiiuial Itailway |jitri)o>ei < ������������������  7"v.  I.ml de.eribeil ni riil-vaj rivLit i-l v   \ f'.'n,  noiifo wai' poitnd   on J-o ji'wil- o " :   a ���������  3rd il������y of Apiil, l!M!l    'The nnjilh tiii .-i | i..vo ;ir..  will bu'lil.'d   in   l-o i-tVio'  of thy   \a.a- , ! .r tb-j .,--'j,Ti-'>- ���������  J., corilur, Victoria, 1;,<J.   O jo.-iio'.ii t-, -.   ���������'or   ���������':,-.-,i!������u(ii".,i  liollled with tho Hind Witr Ki-corihr -h  wi h thu 0 implrolliT of U'ii'i r l-:;;i.',i.  hirliit'i.uiil r>iihiiii|.", \ i.-ti.i-i -.. \b ('!.  K-.QUIM-M/P .t N \N.VlMO II AI i.V.'AV  Ap'.>!i(!.,.itl  it. i-:.   i',A. ij'.v  A������ui'-'  of the woiks s'uilli i~''. .-'  5.   The Company h ���������:  st ue'.iou of tho v.-i-'-i ���������  the s.-dd waier ti'ul ������������������ ���������  the Slid power on or '. .  o-t Soptomber, 1914, ei  thull obtain from the  tor ltifihls, his appro--;  the construction.of'.' ���������  the provisions of t:-- ���������,  enditg Ac-la us no-; 7:  in forao at tl>������- iKa ���������������������������'  Thni.   Th- yb'.AB  -. ,1  be lilod for nr ������**���������*������������������' '. '-v.  of July, 1PM.  0.   Aft"-' -b-nni-i-,  tho   works  '. uo   ���������?'-.-.-.-..  Bomi-frinnnl'.r   *.o '.!i������  .'-riiitvp"l-!.'.r of Water Ri,. h ,;> ^ i>:.������������������'!':-���������''-.;-) ft i-id :, ,  7. ThoConipa... Ehrl'i --.ipi'.h-t-;thi������ works  for tho tu\clopui-'ui,  ot  (15,000) hor-e yow.r:-.v  lual opiru'iiD) (*u or '> t.  Soptciubor; 11^7  (iive-us a Trial Order  O $1 f*i  now.wc  ������>  V  f-\. -JJ    17.  lUlI  wi  *    aj  \J><7  pieased  -. ,\;-,>.���������"jvnl of  ,i;i-:ia;-.'.-.'ir, nhall  Ot'-D.-.- A A day  .*..-)-.ihvj!.ion of  sbi-il Mi'imit  fi. Th.������ Ho  Pfeii f.-i-a ivii ia  ..vBlieh *,ii. :.  I-t-Un* i tfi'ln  9.   .-:iy   JV  Mit'.i-J1 ���������������������������>.* A :  ! i  '���������Ihtvi.-; i.: i .  ���������.c. s;jO-,A;';.<  WATER  NOT1CB  FOR A LMJKNCH l'<> TAKK  \M  liSK WA'll'.ll  K!  I  t^^S  l\rv~wrm&*m;Am������r~ ^������t.ijAro;wi^������i*.'rvwawciJtnitfj������'i������JWW?Mi^  ].!������TTEIt!IEADS  151 \i\7A YjAYYo  ENVELOPE   a-  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES  MENUS  'plotters  -    DODGERS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  PUSIXESS CA I1I"),S  WEDDING STATIONERY  .PALL PROG I.AM MES  ETC., ETC.,  KTC.  mmj. marttmrnmmmmmmmw, ���������,w>pni wm.iMmt*,mm  i.m*iMaimM-m*i^*um '  ���������iyeroi������eii un7il'.  od ii:i iJi'd.-id-j;? ������������������  A-'w otnl V! I'll.   Tho ;���������'...���������:    -.  ":���������  o-i ;-ri-..'to Lm ', '!,i;.I I*.-!  '���������I, pt tho _iovn. i-bici, '( 'iv- T'. j'.-r l.aa bt-im  i-bhiiiiod o tho f..---/     on  -'   I'm'1, Xlll  of tlio gaid i. A ba- - '���������-.<���������- <w.-:i('!*.��������� A v,-vh,  NOTICK i'i hci-t.hy !.'i"i-������- '.hat   !v " ii  m.il, {���������: Nii'iM '��������������������������� H''1^; > <���������' \ ".  fl, C. will Mpply f-K a I -"''"' '��������� '-'A >  um; M\000 |'dl in p.'i '-'l i     '  iiti', of Koy Crf-'l., wt-h-h ���������-.   ony ill int ion   thm.ijih  '  ���������' < -   '���������'  "tind (inipl oi   ii-t.i  (Ji>:n-iN i A   ������������������ ��������� -  Trti'-t, I'.ivi-r.   T.ic vMitu -��������� "  ���������������  lit   mff-t'l   '   llp'('l''-alOI   fr-HII   ,'!  lin ll.i-Jil l"r 'Ifi.iiinil   It'ii m      |   ���������     .  tti������ lnnd   'lc ������������������iiDi'i  ''���������; if  \\t.y.    Hon   i. i,.i  (,'fiiiiinl on llm it -I 'hi;  TiiOft'il'lictti'i'i *<.',l '��������� ���������   '  of \)r.ii Witn H ������-*>ri'i������'i       ��������� r'- ���������������������������  tl j rti-inii   mny Id   il1  Wntir ll-cordir ot  v. ���������  A W.������li!i  H!������liU, I'"!-.  Viol-rh. I'A'.  yhiiVl'.'LiLT k Hi.W. '  Tr-.. "-'iiy  -;'-.  . Jii,-t<t.'.it;iUirr������r;   ������������������.  d.i������������-l--.l.   .'' 1>; '���������'���������   '���������  rt*\   Ol  ������������������lU'KKvh���������.'  '���������[  '  v Kid..- *kva   .  for ������o- ''A '���������'"  -  *.������-���������   *-A>M >.'.  *"��������� u'" ;'������������������      ���������;  hr    n'1!1"1' *'���������*. l*-'-  X4       yrcfjiiio.jijlc'. A'a<>  'i  HitKfl^iKOii^iHirdi,i it I-���������-"���������'/;" >���������  ia   ti..' i-:���������ii, i'  Aloi*t. ���������������������������- f'jruti'i d,1 .  r-ii-i'iid o* jfpii tiy  i't   V.iuiBtnr oi  ''���������''-i-  nml hifflirrn-ji -iro '��������� L'7<a  '���������ll'r I out tho ;   .tr.i- ���������''"'    1  ' l'-| L'ltuiloiii.-hiy 1 'r- '-'i  'i'"i \ i'ii i'i.'I'i,   -jvi"*   ���������   ���������  ��������� ������������������' i'.'.ij-.ii,; works  ;, ���������   \ " i;-.-r bo ex  >)   . !i..,._������in  of tlm  -ro ������������������������,   ov   il   tiuid  niin.ii '\>ul'ft], with  '-.    ''-.ii'i-iil   -)f tlio  ���������-.' ���������'-.-  i -.ih pro-zld-  ,   . ���������  .ii-if'ji.f  | *f***nti**i+<**ir*wmn*������m.ir*mt'M'*  \*mrm*m%^tKrmMnm  a&iS^^^,S5SS3;^3'tl1SiS^ j  nma  .'i.-.Tjl8  dpi������ W ^*$.    ffPiWS&i ^iTO "W"  .-���������>  IV.������   \\  I *������'  ���������y.t.  A ��������� *���������_  *   .r.,t  v ti  %;'���������'������������������  ���������*>  *y,f������\  AP?V  "''VA'  ..J  '" ou  ������������������'ING.  li]    \j-fi'J     1^4 ������ /BI      V'i"-<  tDunsmuif Ri^enu������  Cumfoepland, B. C.  fti?*-j  j  ^:rtfx:-:i^t;:;K^^v';,--:-:^^.-^tf^^-.^ THE   NEWS,   CUtaBERLAA'D,  NOTICE.  Vancouver Land District.  District of Vancouver.  TAKE NOTICE that I,   Georgo  Vejdior of Campbell River,  occupation, CruiBer,   intends "to apply  for permission to purchase the fallowing described' lunds.--Commen  cing at a post planted at. the N.E.  corner   of. Timber   Limit  43146,  thence west 80 chains, thenceNorih  . 20 chains, thence east  80 chain?;  to the shore line,  thence south 20  chains more or less along the shore  line to the pi. ce of beginning.  GEORGE VERDIER,  Name of Applicant  Date', February 26th, 1913  NOTICE  "38ITISE   COLUMBIA.  Sayward Land Distriot.  District.of   Saywnrd.  TAKE   NOTICE   that    Justin  Dorr of up por Valdoz l.-hind, occupation farmer, intoi.dH lo apply for  poimi.sion to piirclias-u  the follow-  ing described lands : .Commencing  at a poft phinted  10 chains east ot  Hyarinth   Lake   and    10  chains  south of-N. \V. corner of J. D. pre  emption. tlience  10 chains west to  lake, thence in a souih.ea.terly dir  option, 10 chains along  the   shore  of the lake to the interaction of J.  ���������D line, thence north 10 chains  to  point  of commencement, contain-  r ing in all five acre? more or i'ete.  JUSTIN DORII,    ���������  Name'of Applicant in full  Dale. March 8th, 1913  LAND-REGISTRY ACT.  .. In, Tim matteii -of an application for a flesh Certificate of Title  to Lot 54, [Mnp 311] Townsite'of'  Courtenay. '  iv OTIC IS is hon-by' j iven of my  inientioti at lho expiration of ono  fsalondar mouth f;om the first publication hereof to issue a fiesh Cor-  tifi.:aieof Tiilc in litm of thoCt-rii  fictile, of ,'J'itlu 'helled to Jo-cph  -McPhee on the SO-.h of March. UK)-"-,  -a 11 t������--=n-u ni oereu���������-I J_ jLId���������w-incn���������h a&-  been lost.  Da'.oil  at Land Rogbtry  Ofifjco  Victoria,  B* C,  this 21st day of  December 1912;  .S   Y. \\-COTTON.  "     ReuisWr General of Titles.  r_KX3t*3KIK?=SW:  The- Courtenay Hotel  Kviry conyenien"*' for guosl3.  Tho Central Hoti-1 for Sportsmen  K'otu*. but the Uest of Wines and Liquors  al llie llur,  RATES.       REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  i������iuKiiwwvwa-i>'jDaiiU3t3i������iimj������a,mi������mr������iou������akMiiuw-r������  ������������������a  o  o  fl)  Z  (il  <  0  I  i  1  *2  c  6  T3  O  o  O)  GO  CO  i���������p*  fl  CL)  .m,  rt  C  Hi  U)  ��������� l-H  s  ������  o  U  rt  (J)  w  o  ,V  UJ  '+*  c  I   v*H  u  rt  u  O  Q  o  ki>A  m  ������  NOTICK.  ___.i_f    at t������w������*4   t >,    ��������� ���������.���������������������>     w*- nwvitii  Tutu (.*> Lo notify the public  tlmt all freight charges on bonded goods cleared nl Union Hay  for llie Comox Valley must be  paid befote (foods cau bc forward  ed. Hy order  Canadian Collieries Diinsumirj  Co,  ffi$W-*S\i^ o.xui iyyih liuiiittu,  StK* _p   'ij I uni-i.flrj-1 'm l.;w������in'!'11l������ Wliolo  ^���������VW'VNlJU-Hl; ;,l iu oJj Villi.-, fi-l AVirc    r������i   .... ......  vill uui'i. I, '��������� 1 h>" nil armnthu or iii-jiU-J in  p.'iln [iU������ r,'i ln������*-lfl. of [.r'.t,'. A'no i-rim- Ulct  ���������ri'v.itii/itf.  'i no VT������idU I'loUieinw Ct������.  Union Steamship Co. of B  TIIE'S. S. GOWIGUAN WILL SAIL AS JJNDKR  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUT^  Leavo Vancouyor, Monday, at 8 p, in.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, in. .  irnion> Bay, Tuesday G a. m.      Loave/fuesday  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in,     Leav< "  Leave Nanainin 6 p. ni. Tuesday.   Arrive  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo  Aruve- Union Bay, Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5 p- m.    '  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart. 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.-  LYf(  J.   N... McLEOD      ^5Ei03?3aiEx,fvr.  English 4 jc BUIITON alwuya on tap tal_o, the famous MILWAUKBE  BEERS���������Anhansor, Bohiaraian, Sohlte, &c. "OLD GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  Thu Hoarding aud Lodging 1). partmenfc, undor tho immediate eupennteudeuoe  will b- luu.d First class ih evcry reHpeut. ,  ATE9,  tpi oo por day upw      ���������  KBREB3!SEa_aE!BE5aZ_SE__SS!_SS^^  nea orain:  Better,  Cheaper.-Than--Most Dairy Feeds  ���������  iiling k Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors  J&LlftAlMajfc-C  :^>->'T^'wraEEgas3affi3!a^^  offer1  you   a safe  and   sound    investment   with a "  good return on ycur money as well' as an .enhanc-.-  ed: value  from now on.  A Company'-with   No Promotion Shares.  ACompany withitr   own fiscal agency.  A Company   that will look solely to "the wellfare    ;  of its shareholders,    Shares are now selling, at $i  '  0        u  for all   cash,   or    on   the   easy   instalment   plan.  Call op setid fop. a Pcospectus toiiay I  :i ��������� * ' J\  ��������� '^IWia IWaWWWIIIIlll !���������������������������������������������!������������������ IflMa^TIMWlll MBlWWMBI^BBaMiWIllIWiIWa���������W(WWlWIWIMllMIW I  ���������   Wl _W��������������� ���������_������������������ " il-^lllilP^f 1 ~������"i I��������� m Wnaifl^ |    |  >_|HMM||i_l  * *^  j . . , , ._ . * ' (J)  The. Mercantile  General,  Agency,    Ltd.'-I  Selling Agents for Canadian.Loan & Mercantile Co., Ltd*  Head offices::  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Buildiug/Cofner View and Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B. C.  Phone 3243 Geo. Abbott, Mauagiug Director.  iCWe Build Homes and .Make Loans,"  1 eXi^iSXEX^^sXS)������^ ������6>������������������^������������������������S������������,SXS3������S<B������������������ 5X5(jD������������������@*������iXt������SX^  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  Sayw&ril Land District.  District of Hny ward.  T.AKE NO LICE ������.!iat;0oorgo StnckP, of  i\e\r ".'ork, N. Y., otenpitiou   euginoor,  ititend.-* to apply fcr _ermisiiion to pur-  vhaBO   tho  following   described lundm���������  Ooramonetiig at a pout planted 20 ohoius  soiilli of. tlw nr-rtJj-fc.-iflt corner of lot 5C-1,  tlicnuti oust 'JO chuiiiH, thericu north  40  cbuinB, Uidwo   wo������t  CO   ohsius,   tlience  Honth 40, ohninn to point of comnicnco-  nu-nl uoutuiiiing SO imi'e;i hit������ or Imhh.  OEOIWE STUOKB  I'Mt-lii-r MXiiiRkiuH, Agont.  DaloJiinelOib, lUls.'.   "'  Siyward Lnud Diet'int.  Distiiot of Sty ward.  TAKBNOriuK tint Gnorgo Charlca  Slun-, oC Now ifuik, N, Y., occupation  claik. iutonds to apply for poriniwim;) to  purolifico tbo foi.owii'R do-'Ci'iln.'il l������od������:���������  Comnionoiiig nt ;\ poii-i pluutvd -iO oluiim  v, (Mt uud 20 chains ivirlli <<( tbo north omt  ooruT nf lol ft'Vii llioufio a������������t 40 chdiiiB,  tJ.ui-.or) south 'JO cli'imn tlu'Quo w������t[ 40  c-lun-.ifi, bi n un nil 20 ohiiinH to point 0'  ci.uimnncoiuout cuiiiaiiiiij; 80uoron im-ro  or Icwu.  (JKOHOIC HFAHLBS HTONE  I-'LhIut M. O.iiikinH, AKOit,  PnUaIuiuj lllili, 1012,  f$<iyw8rd^L������iod District.  Diitiict of Siywnrd.  TAKB;N0T10B s tl*.-t' Hmry   Alfred  Ho B, of Nt.w York, Now York, oc-oupuii-  onoloctriciati, intoudsto apply furpt-rmio  oiojj to purniiaaon lo purchabo tho following deHorihod laud*:���������t'oniicencinn at st  poot pWuitei.1 n������ tho'*uoutU oast corner o!  tbe Qorth wen1; quarter of lot 589,  tlu-uus  4C ohuina ������08tj tbcDco  40 chaum uoith,  theuoo 40cbaiu'sjtvo-t,  thonyi 40  ohaiiis  south topviutnf coin-nencomont enntuia-  ing ICOotiroH moro or \..n.  JlK.vny Alkk'bu Hkss  Fifilior il. Giakin-, Agent.  DutcdJuooBltb. J9I2.  iSiiyttnnl Lund DiKtriot,  District of .S,-.-,\wu'd.  'J'AKISyOTICK U..11L CliailutlVnuybf  Vitucimviir, H, C; occiipiiti->n oontrnolur,  iutciidi lo npply f r permuHion to pur-  ^huHi ilic^follo^ini,' I dcHOiibi'd liuidm���������  f'oinmonoiiiK fit a po������t plnotod nt tii-  Soulli oiih>. ooimti of lot Nil, Uio- 0 mvcsi  ���������Hi (ilmUiu, ihi'noi' H01r.l1 8<) clininn, iIiurou  ciiHt 40 cbiiiiiM, tn "i.o j nor b HI) c.'iiui.h to  point nf com-ucm-cmuiii; (-j-itt)ini % 'A'lU  a_r������itmoro  m- Uw,  CiiAHUa I'ks.nv  I' '111 l.l      .ti.   iAUli.MI,  .'llltlll.  lV.tod .Tmi- l'.i Vi VA'},.  ,1 Saywnrd hvd Dietrii-t.  Diolrotol Snjwaid.  TAKK NOTICJ. that William John  Sullivou, Now York, N. V-, onoupation  olork, iutoudm to npply fur renni.-.aicm t"  [mrohabe thf. following tho .'ollowinij di-a-  crib.d landfl:���������ComuieuciiK "t a poul  platitod 10 ohftiiiR Huutli from lljfl Mouth-  eatt corner ���������!' lot 070 (ou pout 574) tbouco  u������rth 80 cliniiiH, ili-.-iK-o t-iict 80 oliiiltf,  thO'icc Houth M oba tu, thcuoo west 80  cIuiImh, to point of co-nmohciiuH-ul oon���������  taiuiij. 01U <ic-t>3 in ud or U*nn.  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  I-Vl'Mc il. Cindkli:*;, Agent.  Dato Juno 2M, 11)12,  tmaa*m***ia*m at m ������������������ m* *  C. H TARBELL    |  There is no better wayof making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said/'  *man*mmr 0 <+.**** 4* e mm  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  ������ And iUl KITCHEN ,.UTENSILS  >  ' ~  ( Sporlsmens Goods  and 2  General Hardware |  Sayward ,L-md Di-tiict.  District of Si'yvvarJ.  TAKE NOTICE tb.t JoLu Ar hur Puly,  cf Now York, New York, . ccuputiou olotk  intoi.da������ to apply  for pen������is8i..i) to ]jur  oba-.o iho 'following  diiurihod  kiiuta :���������  Coiiiiuancliig at   a   pot pluntid  i-.t ilio  siiutli-eaRt   corner ot Lome -16,   tberico  south SO  chains,   thuuco  wttt 80 oJuriiiH,  thenci north   80cbpinn,   ihenco   oast   ������0  cliuina to poiit of ooimuoBO(,-uu-Dt contain  ing 040 ucie-j ni*i-o or lots,  JCUN AKTIIUH DALY  Piflhcr 1-1. Gm.Iuii-3, Actint.  Onto J11110. 24th. 1012.  Saywnrd Luna District.  Diatriot ol S-iywurd.  TAKU NOTICE  tint   Wnltor  Bo<V|l  B.et,'    of    Now    York.    Dfot    Yoik  occupation    laborer,   i.it-inda  to   limply  for pi-rn imiioi) tu pttrolMiiiL- tbo  foltouit^  dcHcribuI ]������ad������:���������tJonimouoi- K   nt a _o.4  plmiU-il 120 1 htm. 1 wo<t aid  10 cJmimi  north of thu H"iith-������ost  corner A Lut.. <  40, Uniitiv mm!1 SO ub.-ttim, tirjucu oa_t -RJ  ohaliiii    thdtiQC unit!,!   aO uhliiui,   thm.wi  wttt <i) ubiiltiu to point ofooiimiouoiiutt'it  cjuui;:iii|._ ll'JO avm moro or loui1,  WALTKK MKDEilX nBST  Fiihcr .\1. 'Liskiu*, iliiou'.  Iuto Jutu 2-Uh, IVI2  mammmmttmtmtmtkmmmimm*mtmim mmttmmI mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Snyw.tnl Luul D.flt'ii.t.  DiHtiriot of Sjywo-d, ���������  TAK1B NOTICE tlmt WlUinm Auyauxl  IJiHcholl, it Now York, N. Y., owi^n-  tion cl <rk, InkjnU to upj-Jy for iwrutlwiiuu  to pitrclimc lho followlui' UsjecrlUjiJ  liiiidi-C'wiunwu-inf,'ot n pwt plautod  AA elvni t C'Ut nud 40 cbniuH r-oith of thu  unr tii- v out tonirr of lot iM, thi 1100 wo^t  M yha'n.i moro Or U-iu, to lot 55!, tbeuco  -10 cliuiuu itoutlj u'u in uitt buunditry i.f  lot Hoi, Uienoo ������uit 5Q oh.iiuii uioro or li-i-o  to luiflii -10, tluiuco north 4,0 chatUH lo  (.uiiitof ujiumuiict-mimt contitiuiiit' 'AID  ucrcu tiiuru ur ium.  WILLIAM AU'iAUST BTSCHOKK  l-'ittliKrM.CJa-ikiiK, AkooI.  mtoJu.iutt>tli, jfll'i.  n.ijwiiia L'unl LuaUiul.  Dwtnct of Wayward,  TAKK NOTICK tint OnirLn  H.-wry  Hunt,   if Nuw York,  N. Y.,   iccupatiou  8iili-Hmi)i, 1 t ud 1 to npply for p rminnion  t-i p irclntiu thr fo'lowing di.florilH.il l.inii������-,  llmiiiinii ci j; nt iv  pvHt  i-)unt"d   nt  t.o  oitb f';tit rnrnfir A b\ tiTi'l, th^���������tw,.���������) rorth  20 ��������� 'iaum. thotiO' wint 2-������ iliiiiiiH. tho-.i'.'f  noutli'������ cliftm*, tlieiwii- cifit  50 ch ion to  I.O'lit   of   ujll)[ll<'l|iie:in,.ot   crint^ititi:.;   ^1-  Hurrt mure ut Iomi,  t IIAI'.I.K'Mlf-.NitY V.E������T  Fi 'n-r \f. Umki/ni, .t^'n*.  UU-imiDliDh. lU'-'X  NOTICE  Any pcj'swi 01 pursouH, ������uttiiij;,  ruiiK'viuj; or ftt'kiiig utiy blwcJa.<(  timber or woml, uf any <ltrt������riptiotln  joloti^iug to tin- Wclliugton Qoh  n'ory Co'y., or frtnii or off tlio hmd  of tbo ������ni(J (Jomjiuiiy, or niiyono  tijipiug rubbish of auy Uc-acM'iptioM  anywliero upon \he witujMuy'u  lanJ wiil bu prosecuted to tbe i'uU.  extent of tin.' law.  W, L COITLSOX,  Gtiiici'itl Almtagur^  r*-,i If... v Cn r  y.* j ^Jty-  NOTVJE.  Itiilitip ou locoMi'MivcB and   rnii  (������������������fty curs of  tho   Uniou  f'tilliery  Company by any yur.ou   .a  \������t>  vriH--������xct.^)t lain ct������.*r���������i.* ulriotly  probil-tt(?l.    i'.ujpitvtci'   -re wh-  b-e io i'it\Tt\:-i'a\ for nlJ(iv.'uig wm-  *   Ky ordor  W. L.  COULSON,  mm****  mmmmm  .   ������...!,_ -., ,m,.|_   .    .-.,. !_,_, ,  .. JM__<  W.<Khi*Wi..U^!w8������ ��mnwjW.*"i Jr...,
�����������,������������� nutttiafTm.j
New York's New $6,000,000 Post Office
is Modern Wonder
N-w  York's iK-\v $6,000,000 post of-
Ree  building? a  massive pile of pink
graniii- five storeys in height and two
London's Champion ..Timekcc. er
Whilo  lho  lJritish   Postmaster-Gen
oral is worrying about ;. scheme fot\
synchronizing clocks from Greenwich,"
'London's .Champion   Timekeeper,'    a
title whicli might woll he bestowed upon  Mfss  Belleville,  still continues  to
blocks lon,.. racing1 Uio roPi* of the act. a�� st-o has dor.o 'or '.-.any years,
Ponnsvlvaniii station, is tlu* greatest ay purveyor of the correct time in the
'hull l'.i-; of its kind iu tin- world, -^c-tropolis. Every week she calls at
Tho curb to the topmojt p.<?<-���<* of ,10 Greenwich Observatory with
fti-aniii- is 101 feol There ur.- .H>">-1-1 <"hi*oiiomotei' which surely must be the
000 cubic I'ec-t or 'granite. JS.000 tons j most P^'feec specimen of watchmak-'
or steol. T.fiOO.QCO bricks, and 200,000 "M''s !U'1 '" lhe world. This is check-
sipiare fi-ot o'. glass in the building.
Tht' main corridor, opi'res.ondin*. In
leumh io tlu- outside colonnade, is a
combination ,of huff marble white
plaster an.l  glass,  iwo storeys high.!
eft according lo the ollicial time? aftor'
which   Miss    Uelleville    carries    the
watch round to hor clients that they
nuiy sol their clocks by it.
Miss Belleville, with'her wonderful j
2 it Vivl wide. ..ud 280 I'oet
are .un.Oun sipiaiv feci
��paee wiihin ilr.��. building
long. Then     ,,    ,      .
ot   wtirlcliiK  -���'���^������-'t101**  tl������
Expert Advice
Kcor.v iiiiin ought to save up enough
fo buy .himself a good, hi-; farm, said .
tin- thrift,   citizen.
chronometer cuts time down lo liner
any    synchronized j
clock can aspire to.    Wlien taken to
tin; Observatory a few days ago it was
found to have varied during th.e week
hy only 010 of a second, an Inappro-]
clable difference in time to the ordin-'
iury clti/.en, bul ipiile enough to mako
Y-W   ,.,,i\ii,��,i iLLf fv,r���incu,,i  .,���,i   a variation'of valuo to her elock-mak-1 preservation of order.
Uun  Y S    hln "h-,^     m^',,; n   S''K elionlole, to whom sho communiA    At the KevoliUion the Cantonese and
tl-u do something el.e with the mon-1 ^  U)p  ri,lcMons  of  a   8CCom,   by   Southerners, almost to a mau, cuL off
*..*. .        A  i   ,    ,.     ,1..      .:....,      ,     .. .'l     ,.!~l,,..    I.,...! .,-   .....1   ��.,��..   ,.;..,...   II,^   ,,��ll^,.v
which the nautical and other highly-j thoir queues and ever since tho police
itc-ted  time registers they may have j havo beeu complaining that, thoy aro
junder  observation   have  varied  in. a : understaffed.    The .-easou  was aptly
.week. ' I explained liy Majv.r-v"l.-noral Sir Alfred
.Miss Delevllle's    chronometer    has , Turner, wlio has just returned to lCng-
nev't'i*  been   known   to   deviate  more j land after a live months'tour in China
llian  fifteen  seconds from Greenwich I and the Jiasi. /
time in a week.'and this after being!    The complaint puzzled me, he said,
iy   s'.ucleu.s  and  accurate observers,  enrriorl all over London in train, 'bus, I till 1  saw two batcher, of prisoners.
How Atnericrfti Bird Bandlnj Associa-*
tlon  Studies   Migration
To   extend   scienlifjc  knowledge of
bird habits b.  means of ree.irds mado
Plight   of   thi*   Chinese   Police   Under
New Conditions
The abolition of the pigtail in China
is haviu;: a remarkable effect on the
the American Bird Banding Association i ,U1(1 e]0OIriC tram,
hai:   beeu  organized  -with  head-quart-i'   ]i'r  ,'in[(1U0  occupation  has  an  in
foresting family history.    H  appears
ers at the American Museum of Natural History. Durli ' the last year more
than eight hundred wild birds havo
been banded with an aluminum ring
that is adjusted loosely so as io causo
no injury of. inconvenience to the
On tlie ring appears ihe words:-Notify the American Museum, New York;
und a ca.-d iiv- llie filed records of the
.museum gives t.he species of the bird,
the date, tlie place'and circumstance
oi" banding. It" is hoped by this system to learn .the distance birds travel b. migration, their definite routes,
and iu.orraliou regarding Ihei winter
quarters. A long^ period of time is
required to o'jtain results of value.
lhat Miss Belleville's father, about
half a century ago, obtained"permission from tho then Astronomer Royal
!o hurry from the-Observatory, where
he was employed fo ehronometor-mak-
ern lo give tliein tbe minute to a tenth
of a second! lier mother took up the
curious occupation on Mr. Belleville's
death, and now their daughter,carries
on llie business.
The editor of a great magazine sent
foi- a certain author who had submitted an unsolicited manuscript.
I am glad "to make your . cquah.t-
ance, sir, said the editor, enthusiastically The story . .u sent us is
perfectly splendid. But why use a
nom.de piur:-.e? Let: ns publish it
over your ov, n name and it will make
you famoiu. ,;
I'm not after fame, objected Uie
author..    It's money 1 want.^
But you'll get just as much money
-iTr~ei tlnjiTTSir. j        ,���������
No, T won't. If I publish it' over
my own rame my wife will get the
Miller's Worm Powders .-.re a pleasant, niedicii.e for worm-infested children, and they will take it without
objection. When directions ara followed ii will not, injure the ino:;t delicate child, as there is nothing of an
Injurious naluro, In ils oompcsilion.
They wiil speedily rir". a child of
worms aud restore the health of the
little sufferers whose vitality has become impaired by the attacks of these
internal pests. "
Squire Kilbunker���Can you see at.y
good iu leltit.g- your boy go into al!
them games au' spoils In college?
Mr. Seodtiiillor��� Yep; I wear all 1;is
bisohall an' tennis clothes for underwear,
A Resource
V.ui a poker scone in your dream .'.
jou   wii"i   to  win   npplauso.
How   will   that   help*.'
H.'ciuse a poker .scene will be sure
to get n hand,
Sin--But don't you lliink Unit everybody should loam to Awlm.
Id'���Certainly not! Whar would
you think of a fish lluu insisted 'on
trying to learn to walk on dry land?
Minard's I,liilmi.nl Co., Limited.
bear Sirs,���This full 1 got thrown
on a fi'iitv and hurt my chest very
bud, so 1 could not,,work and li hurt
nm in h-eallii'. 1 I rind all kinds of
Liniments a no they did nm no good,
O.io bottle ot MINAUIVS UNh
M1\.\T, warmed on llanneli ;.nd applied on my hrc'ist, cured nu com-
fto.-swuy, Digl'.
Keep the, Blood  Rich  and  Pure
with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
The ..condition of the blood makes
all the difference between health and
sickness. Impure blood and strong
healthy nerves and muscles never co
together. ' It the blool is thin every
part or the body Incomes weak. The
stoi ich fails in strength and the appetite becomes poor. The body does
not obtain enough nourishment from
the food, and soon the nerves begin
,. 0-_,eo m i) i a i n���a ml���ihn_pe.r.5oiLj-bec.O-mes
irritable, despondent, worn out" aud
nervous. For a time there may be
no actual sickness, only a run-down
weak condition, but there is no defence against disease and from such
a condition spring disorders such as
anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion,
neuralgia, and even  paralysis itself,
People with i ".ipure, thin blood
should take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People. Kvery doso helps
lo make new, rich hlood, and new
blood means health and 'strength.
Thev slop the'progress of disease, and
red' cheeks, goo.l appetite, new
strength, declare the general improvement'In the health. Here is au example. 'Miss Ellen Maude McQuo-
llalp, llarrlston. Out., says: "I feci
it niy duty i, add my voico to tho
mnnv new recommending Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Por years I was
a sufferer with backaches, rheumatism and nervousness. I was so had
at limes tliat I was confined to my
bed. I felt sleepy and heavy after
mv meals, and had flashes,of light before mv eves, and a dimeulty In collecting' my thoughts. After using
several remedies without benefit I began using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
and used ten or twelve boxe* in all.
Thev gave mc the best, health 1 have
I'lijovc-d for years, and'I have not
since hail the least return dt the
Iron Ao,"
You can got these Pills from any
denier in medicine or by mull at fill
cents, a box or six boxes for ?t!.r>0
rrom Tlie Dr, Williams' Medicine Co.,
Ilroclivllle, Onl.
Ono lot had pigtails, .and these had all
been lied together, so thai, ono policeman could look after the lot; but four
policemen were needed to ..'OjitYol the
others; who had cut off thoir queued.
Sir Alfred had much tha- was very
interesting to tell his interviewer
about the 'statu of affairs in lho new'
Republic. With Sir West Hidgeway
be was actually present'at the opening of the lirst Parliament., and had a
private uulience with tlie Provisional
President; Yuamhl-Ka'.. . The object
of his journey was to interest tho
Chinese Government: in a scheme for
the colonization, from the ovcr-popu-,
lated North, of British North Borne:,
which in Sir Alfred's opinion, only
requires labor to make.it u vast success . '    -\
In our schenv which tlie Republican
Government approved, we oroposi to
give a'grant, of 10 acres to each im-
n.-igrant and his family, with, a houso
and financial help till his crops "ma-
unre, he explained.
The inter*.iew with the President
wus a momentous affair.
,We w>*re pi'.ddled across 'he lake to
the palace in *-he canoe of thv. famous
Dowager Empress.' Tea, cigars, cigarettes and champagne were placed
on the table 'n the room where we
were received, bul no one partoo.c cf
,a.u-v Ii_is.a_curio.u.s_i)oint,in etiquette
Phoingriipliers now receive light
verv similar lo Unit-through '.ho traditional Bii'dln skylight liy vapor Inho
pl.M-lrle liiinpr filled with carbon dioxide of ni'-ri-ui-y vapor.
for if we-had taken anything the President would have risen at once and
the interview would liave ended,- for
to take rcfreiahmeiit. of any sorl is a
sign that you are tired'. " , ,
This is Sir Alfred's- impression of
Yuau-shi-Kai,      "
Absolutely f-arless, and .wirh the
most pene'rating eyo-I Uiink that 1
over saw. ��� Evidently a man of enormous strength of character, and one
can readily believe after seeing him
that he is the ono man who can put
order- into the terribly tangled skein
ol! Chinese administration. He bas
an absolutely open mind, ai.d :ees
that it is impossible lo keep China
purely i'or the Chinese.
What struck Iho visitor most, about
the 700 members present at (be opening of the first Parllainont, was their
extreme, youth, and wllh few exceptions, they were in European dress,
onlv one wearing a pigtail.
The Nationalist Parly has n major-
Uv of about,, three over nil oilier parties combined, nnd ils wish, according
to Sir Alfred, Is t odostroy (he power
of Yuan-shl-Kal. Put tho latter, l.o
remarked, has tho army al his hack,
and though it doer, not, seem that he
hns any desire to be forced Inlo the
position of nominal and actual ruler
ol' tho country, It may lie thnt lie may
be compelled lo do so In r.-der lo save
China from chaos.
With regard lo lhe opium trad:*, Rir
Alfred said thai tin most tremendous
uml honest, exctions wero heli.g made
lo suppress! It entirely. H would be
to our profit now to suppress ll, he
declared, for there Is no don'.t -111111
our puriioipiifAn in llie abominable
I rude has nor tended lo Improve our
prestige, nud Is,mnv doing It great
economical building material in use today.
Concrete never requires repairs, and
th& saving in repair-expense alone
makes the greater economy of usina
concrete more,,apparent every day.
The cost of olhex building materials ii
The cost of concrete is being reduced.
Canada Cement
which Canadian farmers use, with their own sand, stone and gravel to make
concrete, is the only ingredient you have to buy:        ���
We have, by reason of our large output and scientific methods, been nble to
bring the price of "Canada" Cement so low that it is within the reach of
everyone. "
An increase in demand results in a greater economy of production, and when
conditions have warranted it, wc-have, from time to
time, shared this saving wiih the consumer by reducing the price of Canada Cement.   This demand will
, continue to increase���as fast as farmers learn of concrete's superiority over other materials.
When you buy cement, see that you get '"Canada"
Cemcnl; by so doing you will assure the complete
success of all your concrete work.    -
Send a post cord for our book ""What the Farmer
Can do With Concrete."    It is free.
If this label is not on
every ban it is no*
Canada Cement.
There ii a Canada Cement dealer ia your neighborhood. .,
Canada Cement Company Limited
Why Clocks Stop
The reason why mane 1 piece "clocks
so. often get.c-ut of order is so obvious-
that.il i.s      e.ngc lhat attention .to i':
lias not been drawn before,  A clock-
maker said:
It is because mantelpieces are rarely It vol. If a clock in.oa-.it for a
mantelpiece is not. placed in an exactly horizontal positio-. it is sur- to go
wrong. When the,clock gains or
loses because of ils slanting position,
people regularly mow tho hands forward or backward, hs the case may
be, h. order to adjust it. Eventually
the clock's hands are- moved about si
much that t.he mechanism gets out of
order, and the clock refuse., even to
11 ele.
Watches and travelling clocks r.ro
constructed dtt'feren.t i* from the stationary cloclf, and lliey wli. go ln any
position. That Is why they nre relied upon mere than the ornamental
mantelpiece clock.
The Oil for the Farmer,���A botll.i
of Dr. Thomr.s' Ech-clric OU In the
farm house wlll save many a journey
for tho doctor, II is not on'/ good
for the ehllelron when take., with colds
nnd croup, and for, the mature who
suffer rrom rains and aches, but thoro
are directions for Its use oa sick cat
lie nf it lu tlie ho.'so
0 ��� Dangerous   chsiricajs arc  not used  In tip-
' ping   EDDY'S   Ses-ciui Safe Light matches.
Seo that you get EDDY'S arid    no   .other
"jus;  as  good."
Safety���In   its   complete    seme���is    abso-,
lutcly .guaranteed,  but   vou   must   ask   for
EDDY'S new
Has Them
Bright Kind
iM-s.   Kales--Mi's,   ltanloo    is
smiirlest woman In this to\su,
Husband���Explain why, ''
Jlrs.  Rules���She    knows    all
neighbors' Ulephonc number-.
A Manly Man
llojsn'l, IL hii.iillliUe you to have to
go through life thi. way'.' ;-,sk_d tha
sympathetic woman as she purclnautl-
n photograph.
Yes, mam, replied tlio Hoarded
T-ady. If It wasn't for the wire and
tlio kldo I'd throw up (he job io-ilny.
,  N.H.
Mrs. .Ilpt't* (looking in prnril's of lier
An Unrer.sonable Demand
Take  this houii  buck,  v   Iter
Imi'I   Iml.
Vou  iniKl   be  inlstakoii, Kir.   1 jusil
ricildi-il my thimh in It,
Discussing a custom? dilllculty, Mr.
Loch,,, collector of euslon:. for the
port of New Vui'k, fcaltl:
������...f clilorlv matron wllh llie bun- ir oiii-b weren't such a big r.nd lm-
dies, who wnn Journevlni; lo a point I'orinni country I Hiippni-,a some tour-
In Wisconsin and occupied a ai-tit near 1st would trout ns as tlie \ankeo millio   middle   of  the   ear,   bar,   I'nllen \ lomobollsl.. treated   Montenegro
Percivnl, she said, looking up al him. 	
There should always 1.7b hot-   nliyly. mmlior says you mustn't slay j -"���       7"���"-
later thnn 11 o clock. > os- ma am, saiii.jiai.y,    ma   out-
Why. Mildred, he p.nspoil, 1 had no o'-worl. man, I know 1 look llko a
intention of slaying lator than 0, I .strourt man, but out of my 50 years of
  I life l'vo spent o.'i*. JC years, In bed.
Olllcinl llgr.i'os, roeonlly compiled, I }V1��'. you poor man! replied tho
placo the c-jiiient production ol' the- 1;u'-v- --..vinpalluaica. y, liaudiug him a
.iniir.,i ^tMir��- ium  w..ir m s::.!'.rii.i!)i.('��I>l>f''.  what has  been  the  trouble'.'
and an In'creaso of more than L*.,80U,-
iisloep. On ll'11 ��'(li'i bi fi'on; of her
sal a little In). . The h'���keman
o cued lho door of the car ..* < tailed
out the inline of lhe million Ilio mi In
was ii|)|)i*wiichlng. Tin- elderly lady
roused herself wllh a Jerk und Inqulr-
i-i' huiTh-dly of the hoy;   Wh-. o are
iii'nrliig| wi-, Hobby?
i-oiiiplKtliiii, ii ii i-t tlm Indk'iillons point i     I
to one of I ho
they'll novel* Invent   a machlno tlm'
cuii'ld  take the place of a  woman
Oii,   |   don'',   know,   replhu.   Km
!h.-re's  lhe  pi'i iiogi-npli,
don't' know, grandma, nniuvcivil
Ihn Huh- lm).
Didn't Um hrnk-mnn sny fiomo-
ihln1; ,|ust now?
No, he Jiisi- sliifk Ills head IliHlde ihn
door and utieezed. ,
Help nm with llioH.i Ihlngii, Hobby!
*To Speak on Irrigation
Tin' iirrangi'inenti. I'or Ihn    niinual
,.    ,     , ,.  .-inci.il.il. or lhe Wi-sti'i'ii (.'lunula  Irrl-
h,le���l  pbologi'iiphl--    wont stand �����'��� j " 1|ll|lhAHSI)(.,l���Utll     ���,     u-hbrldge,
U^rT.'!,��r���!l7l,|l,iU,i would; you Ung,,. r,, 0 and 7 an,   fas
("'11- b,r ''��� i to oiie of tho largest, .uti-iidiinces nml
, most educational soshIdiuj Ihln organ-
1  hi- Ih'-y'w-  invonii'd  another an-1 j,.,,^,,,  ;,itS    ,.y,..     \udft,    Invlii-.tlmi-i
toinitllc wkiHiIiip Ih'it lakes lho pliiue j h'nVi, |)liri��� ,,,,,( tn (||(, ���10S| i-oproHi'ii-
of n man, romarhed Mls-i Pepper. Jiuti|(1|lv|(  m(1|]   ,���  Iu.,<lcnUiiiitl    develop.
 ,"'""  Ml"'   iiH-iit    In    fiiiuida    und  Ih'.'    Urltc'd .
S'lilos  and iicceptiuu-eH have beea re-  slie oxe-lulini'd, whe exclaimed, hurried-
,ox-  c.'-lvi'iV from  n    hirgo    uuuiber    tliusMy.    This is Oshkosh,    It's when wo
'i-.i-ly.    Thi.' I'riMiilers,    MIiiIhic-i-h    ol'|--'ofi',
and   Deputy  Ministers ofj ������ ������--
��� i     f.|f.i|    ,-,f    (lin    vontonA Orlrjln   pf   ���111"   f'.ronr.p.M
hnvo been oxii'iuled Invitations to participate, and nearly
.���Vf.ry one of ihi-iu, It is anticipated,
will '' o. .!���-seir,
It  Is lirlh'veil  thai   lho reprnsonln-
tin i   from   HrlUsh   ('olumbli   wlll   hn
..... nt tl]-. li.i ..i-.-i- -iml ll Is IioiiimI ' ,.,������', ,,r,���r ihf, (.-H)|iiri�� of e*mi--| :uil I
ihut Sir Jtlcliiiiii Mcllrld.', Um prom-, m,,,'),, |��� Mf,;.. Willi ri'fi'ivnc... lo the
ler, wlll head !t. luvlliiihnih hmo , ,yr,>H(.pnr ilio story ol' the origin of tho
been iicccpii'il by Hon, Prlco Allison, | t.rt,m.f,���, Khiip'.'d Vlnnnii rol'. b. worth
inliilsli-i of IIinner.' and rtgrk'iiltun',' v,.(.Miiljig, It Hi'ose In the sixteenth
ami Hon, W. K. Woh*, mlnlsti-r of | ,.(.ntmy, wlien lho 'I'url-i were beulog-
liinrls. . i |ng   Vie inu, anil Tallinn to carry It by
1 This iiii'tonioblllst, a Tier a wrangle
wlili llm customs ol'lkvi'rf on lhe Monti-negro frontier, shout ed:
lli'i-o, shut up lhe li'iniks! l'u't 'em
back on the car again! I'll nol i.o
I' ,'ough you at nil! You'r.*- no country! You're only n spot, " I don'l
mind loui!'...' 11 or 1. uiliiiiles to go
nrou ml you.
l��'i ."-in    lio   vim   know   vl)i'i'i>
luivi go to when lliey smoke?
���>--. ca;   up  (in- ,,li'->.
trio I
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United Stales last year at 8n.Ur>l.l��l i ^��I>1��'��-.  wlisit has
barrels, which  Is a new high  rono,     ' aralysls.
         No, ma am Hald Harry, jest a reg lai'
OOD bum Is In a year,
A rove.'cnil gontlomuii was . ihlres.i-
Ing a school clash i-i-centl;-, iuul was
trying lo onforcc lho eloctrliio- Hint
the hearts ol' the II:ilo onos were sinful, aud needed r-giilnlli-g. Tnklim ��� ,,tlIlw,.1t
tail, his wntch ami holding It up, ho i��>">,u'
sulci���No\,', hero Is my wntch; suppose It. doosiit keep, good till.u���now
goes too fast, and now too slow,
What shall I do with It? .Soil it!
laxon-haired youngster,
1 want lo be procastlnaied nt do
mix' corner, said,Mr. l-'.ruiitiis l'lnk-
,   You wnn1 whulV demanded Hie conductor,
Don't Ids:* ynur loin.or, 1 luul lo
look In de illc-tUninry,, myself ho I'n' I
foi mil out (hu procasllnale menus put
hablL of slecpiii' eight hours a dny,
Aviator--Yes, It took m�� about, si.
month's hard work learning to oper-
ale this aeroplane,
Miss Swi'Piiinui���AihJ what have you
got for your nlnn?
I iindoiMiund Willie ,.oiicm ha.-i run
away I'roni home,
Yos, Ills nulher gave hlni a cubist
Why are you so anxious to go m
lhe at ago?
I wish to get a rich hiishniul,
Things will he dull In tho theatrical huslnejhrt for several r.Kv.uhn. IM-
lor go Into tho maiilcire hii^lnesH,
Vw'' H."^ >Ef*?l
'���J*.'ii iinlt'T how huik-'l Ihey ar.-,
;.,J'.K-i-.f, Ini; "ud (iij iJUt sluim
���Vo'.iV.! "fl" v,iih Snap, ''.."jvi-i Ho'
linn.l. v.ft ami v. hit-..   A^iJI-'-p*'*'*
M.l. to ,il i.i;:, ..���'!���' '-.I.'/'
SN.\I' iaWV'rt'tH, l.lMil��.i).     ���     M��iilr��*l.
pictii-nii'il by
I'l'i-mlir, lion
ifi  i>l'
Wall -i     Kfoli,, ,t
V.\     U,
i    Yhnui'h now i-egiirdeil as n��Hi.��iillully I iihouted a
.Mobiimnii'diiii, lho crescoiu wan Chris-1 ���*~	
linu In Its origl'i. A m'smil iuoi.nl t:\reen Mct'i-'.riaiii, onco el.lot or thu
was llu* emblem of lhe Byzantine om- C'liOtMnwn, had a \e\"j high opinion tY.
pi-... and Hie -imte-rii ehnreh, and tlio | L^,L. buHlness astuteness of whltu men,
Turks ii.laplod It  as a budge of trl-jjs;0  Indian  fnn   get.  llu-  lu'lter of a
 !,.,;,,   fif...   e'hb-i'   Mi'-Ciirialu   said   to
n (luilirlo roporh-r during llu- recent
Oklahoma Investigation, And whop
iwo pale-faces got bargaining together, then' It Is like cutting diamonds
wllh'diamonds. Two Oklahoma pale-
I'iicph emeu hunted In my canp, They
spent lho evening -with mc and over
; Uie lira ti it .1 the Hi.-.'..iit-i- the)  began
Sri the Spring
.   the Biood is Thin
Saskatchewan  will  p.oliahly hi   re-j nH���,,���|ti Ijokhii io elrlve the niliii'S un
der   the   wnl
At   lhat   period   ilu.1
Motherwell, !(,||V-H i>aUi!luiiiK<>:. wero In A.o walls !to bar tor and irnlllc and lo iniiki' deals
���ui'i-iiUui.' and ulh'-'r.-i,     , mY-\- \\n, rorl!(U-atlou:i, md v,lion tlio ! lintl I'.lrki'l'.;.     rinally Hill r-ald:
rr?  mini'., wi'i'o i.lniosl through tin- sound      hhiii, K��i"s trado hoiv.'J- -my bay fur
of tho wo.k was heard lu the undi-r.  Vo- ��� rosin.
gioiimi  bakolioiisics, ami    Ih.'    ii'irin  "  it'�� a i;n, Sain r.rgj.'d.    Tin l.-.ulu'u
given.      lc  was    lo    eel' br.-iii'    HiIh  ngo.     ,Sh��ki.�� on It, riirliicr.
alarm   that   the   Imkors  adopt .-il   thy
Turkish eiiibii-f as the shape h
Try Murine  Eye Remedy
It ym hav_ I.eil, Weal:, Wnleiy Lyv.i
������; ('...iniilatfiJ l-'.velidi. Doe-m't Smart
���S-.iiibi-i   Lvo.   Pnin,    l)ruir��risl#   Sell
Tlu1)' "hook h..ntl4.
Mur-no l-.vc Kemcdy, Liquid, Wi-, SOc-'.-i" ����'��>>*1 '��'����� "''������'���
The. Hill said
whiili! wjibii lorn! laugh:
;     ;j;,i... I've  I;-1-''  .1 !'-  HiIm limn    My
The body of nian cnn -ho Inllnene^d
;.. l.idUh or AhiVAH" only lh<;r;.'j,h Hi ���
nii'illiun of two chunnola���fho blood
and tho norvoH.
When lhe hlood Is thin and watery',
ns It usually In In tlio spring, llu>
nor.os nro Hlnrvcil and tloplnioil, and
overy organ Intho'hiiinan body Is h>t���
lapabh: ot performing Hh natural
Tlie lu-lioii of llu- hi ail wi-alit-iiii,
hrcaihlng Is woakor, thu gastric Jii|cch
of Hip Bto-.nnt-h do not llow rogulnily,
tlin l.vor, lild .:ys and bowels are less
active.', and In fa^t Hi" whole body
falls an easy vlcllm lo ellseaso.
Dr.   Chase's   Nerve  Komi  rops  dl-
.....ii>. v., 11. , r,......,11 .,   ,i- ., ,.,    ,ti.
hlooil, nud on this account Is a roBtor.
atlvo of exceptional value;. You onn
lu'iirooly e-ouci'lvr; of a treatment bettor suited as a spring tonic lo onrlch
th" watery blood and put now vim,
vigor and onorgy Into ovory part of
tho human hn-ly,
Thoro i.-i no trouble from lipnilnchos,
noiitnlgla, fllooplo.wi.s., Irrltahlllty,
m-fvuUpiit'Sh ami -���i-npondi'iicy whoa
the nervofi u:-j properly nourlahoi. with
au aliundniii'c of purn, vlch blood. Tliei
use of Or, C'liasri's Nervo Kooil Is (ho
most certain moans of geitlni; tha
hlood Into pi-i'foct condition,
Miuins  l-'.ve  Salvo in Asoptlc Tubi-u, [
:S ,   .in,, ' P'.vi-   liiinl;''   l-'n-e  l��v   Mail. I
Isn't 11 a sdi;':-.io Hrit 1'iikLsoiu-' ,oi-
,    *n f��. Took Q*a* I.r AH ly��. Ih.t N��d Clr.    (lU'i'   IllwayS   ��(    nwf.llly   COIU'-ll tt I,
Murlno  Eye  Hoimtiiy  Co.,  Chicago (    Not alwayn      lm WU
boss Ih tli'ii'
Sn's  mlii"
ibis inurning.
took hia bIh�� ���'
ll 0(1,0
) L'.si..'i-da>
Slid   l-'a III,
,\�� -1 'A-h'.ir.'n moro, I'v��;
Dr. Cha��|e's Nerve Food
f,0 cents a bav, G fo. J'J.ru.-flut all elonlors, or Hiluiarisou, Hutcs ��- Cu,, F.lia-
v   Itol. Toronto.
t-tm m  THE NEWS. CUMKERLATO, J.. G  /r  PEOPLE'S  Sermon ky 1"  CHARLEST*  RUSSELL  Pastor Brooklyn  Tabernacle*  Pnentlonn,. Cnl., ������ ��������� Pn'saden.a  ti fnvorecl. Pastor Kussell waa to  have fpol--.cn to-day in Los Angeles,  but the host auditoriums wcrq unavailable, Instead, ho spoko ' this  forenoon nt Santa Ann, this after-  -nocn and evening here, giving Fri-  thiy ami Saturday to San Diego nnd  Lui Anseles. Pastor Russell nd-  e)rc-!*-i! a thoroughly Toprcscntntive  Biiili.neo. His afternoon topic whs  "I'Cayoinl the Grave." His evenine.  topic we report. Ills text was,  "God ho loved ,tho world that lie  pnva His Only Begotten Son, that  whorocver bolievelh in Him should  ��������� not perish, but have everlasting  .lirc;"--.lohn.3:lC. _'  .,  Vorcetully ihe Pnstor pointed out  that once Christian people, even  Bible students, misunderstood this  ^ text nml read into" it a con/licting  thought, dishonoring to' ,God���������read  lt as though it said that God so  loved the work', as to keep them  from petishiii_\ in order that tho  few, the saintly Elect, -might- attain  to glory and look over the battlements of Heaven nnd see nil the  ���������remainder���������Jews, heathen nnd, , the  masses of Christendom���������writhing in  torment to' all eternity���������unable to  perish���������forced to live, in order thnt  they _ might, by their sufferings, entertain (he more fortunate, who were  gin ran Iced bliss to the full.  What right did we ever hnve, said  tlie Pastor, to thus put into the  mouth of our Saviour, as our creeds  have done, words ��������� which He never  uttered���������words whicli arc very untrue���������indcod, u blasphemy against  'bur Maker! ���������>  We    arc   not   faulting   our   forefathers.     Had    we    been,   in    their  ��������� place, doubtless we would have been  as confused as were'-they, and   wc  _ might    have -.. indulged    in    heretic  "burning; etc.    And ha/   tlicy   lived  ' in our wonderful day of great ]i������ht,  knowledge,    privilege,    opportunity,  "education,    Bibles,    etc.,    doubtless  thoy would have had- ns noble ideas  ���������as   .ourselves' respecting    the    proprieties   of Christian'   conduct   nnd  Divine conduct   and Love and Justice.   Tlie  Bible tells us that Satan  ind his fallen angels are responsible  ._Igi- lliose���������teur-ible -doctrines���������of-  demons" which have given thinking  peoplo such, horrible nightmares,  ���������nd driven so many of them awny  Irom God and the ilible into unbelief, agnosticism, nnd even 'atheism.  Let us rejoice, in the light of the  better Day which hns dawned. Let  os, become Bible students in the  'highest sense of tho term. Never  before  has  there  been  such   nn  op-'  F-oi'tunity for knowing the real leaeh-  ng of   God's   Book���������what   it   does'  ionlnin nnd what it does not con-|  tain. Wo have the Bible, concord-  ���������nces nnd helps, and wo have1' (he  gonei-nl education wliich permits ns  to study thom. Our forefathers  labored ngninst Inch of education.'  time, Inck of Bibles, and lack of  good artificial light,  WIkh wa come to think of it, the  word perish contains not tlio remot-  et supgoslion of liro or torture. Tn  onr ignorance wo read all that into  the le.\t nnd into other texts of  r-iiniliir import; for instance, tho  ttnlenient Unit God Js not willing  thnt nny should perish, but would  Hi.-il nil Ahnuld como unto Him nnd  live; nnd ihn statement of St. Peter  Hint (lm wilfully ignorant shall perish like brute 'boasts, mndo to bo  tnl-cii nnd destroyed; and tho state-  ment through Hie Psalmist, "All  Hie wicked will God destroy." How  lurid these simple words boeomn  boforo our inllninecl nnd prxvortcd  iniaginntionsl How some of ua rang  (ho changes on those Biblo terms in  ii vnin ,'iHrmpt to drive mon toward  Clod Ihrough fenr, when God tl'eclnrcn  Hint Ho does not want such to como'  nml has no pleasure wlintcvor, in  their worship or service.  Did not Josus toll .us that Hie  Fa I her sen]-elli such lo'worship Him  tt worship IIlin in spirit and in  truthi* (John -1:2:1.) And our perversion,-* of (h_ Divine Word and  1*1(111 only helped men awny from  (ioe] lo Viifh nilsunelorslanJing of  liim Hint (hoy could not worship  liim in fpii'i>- 'ind in truth, nnel, nt  nioM, could worship only in form  iiml ceremony.  Tho Pas-toi- (old nl an experience  lie had iu India, Some of tho higli-  e-r caste Hindoos, wholly unnp-  rironchnblo by ' tho liils.lonnrk-H,  iienrd that he was preaching a morn  ron'onnlilo message. They came,  enlronllng liim for further meetings,  declaring their respect for tlio In-  tflllgonco of OhrlsUiins, but thnt  (hoy could hot Veliovc tho doctrines  usually preached. Thoy could not.  believe in a God so unjust, ao un-  iiit-rcllul, so wicked that Ho would  torment  Ihein  nnd  their forefathers  PULPIT.!  MOST PRECIOUS  TEXTJN BIBLE  Hq;w Differently It Reads  . From Whal, We  Once  Supposed.  wondered thnt they could bow before  Euch hideous, ��������� awkward, ���������vicious-  looking images. Then the thought  came jo him, that .these poor heathen hnd formulated their gods of clay,  stone, bronze, etc., but thnt we  Christians had formulated ours differently���������instead of using materia!  substances wo merely constructed  ideals and described them, and that  ,. from this viewpoint, tho crecdnl 'pictures of tlie God of Love nre. farther  nstrny than the images of stone,  wood, ctcA  Look critically nt our text.    E>:or-  - ciso Hie grny matter of your brains.  v. What docs it really say? ' It corroborates tl:j account in Genesis 2, as  explained' by St. Paul in" Romans  5:12-18." By one man's disobedience  Bin entered into tho world and death  ns the result of sin,'nnd death .pass-.  ,eel upon   all men.   because   nil   men  nre sinners���������by heredity,   This death  ��������� penally hns been carrying down our  - race to the tomb for six thousand  years. Tho present death rate -is  nbout ninety thousand'per day. Tho  declaration of Hie Bible is that these  ^all would'have perished���������would have  had no more future existence than a  brute���������had it not been for, God's  compassionate mercy, ".The great  Love witlrwhich He "loved ns" while  we were yet sinners. ��������� Ephesians  2:4. 5.  Our text comes in here, nnd assures  us thnt this salvation of mankind:  from perishing comes only through  God's Love nnel Mercy, operating  through our Lord Jesus Christ. We  ask, What d.:d our Lord Jesus do  for tho mce? The Biblo. promptly  answers, "Christ died for our sins  Recording to the Scriptures"; "Jesus  Christ by the grace of God. tasted  death for every man"; "He poured  out His soul unto death"; He..made  ' "His soul an offering for sin."���������1  Corinthians 15:3; Hebrews 2:9; Isaiah  B3:10,o12.     , -        ��������� . .  Let us note carefully that ns perishing does not mean eternal torture,  so the Redemption price which Jesus  gave is not eternal torture or purgatorial suffering, but���������death. "Christ  died> for the ungodly." Other Scriptures tel 1 jus^jthat^_he__d_cath__oL.J_esus  tlirou-.il   nl  otornity  'VO   r.;i  becauso  ivhi.ii  thoy  IliC)  luul  not fi mn.h  ni beard of Him,  'Jhcy I'd id that their gods were not  co iinjnit.  for lliey forbndo men  to  tot lure   even   eUiuib   Jjnitcs.    They  preferred lo hold on to tlio   roiisoji-  nblo pods   of   tholr   fn'thors   rather  th.-*::  h hr-.h-v.  in  ibe   u'-jus-t   *um  preached hv the missionaries.  ( Can wo blame   Ihem?   nsked   tho'  Pnfator,   On lho contrary, lie admitted that   in   lho   past   himself   nnd  f.lhei' Christians had seriously   mln-'  Interpreted tho Bihlo.   JJo urged IiIr  .ic-'irp.s lo eludy tlm Bible itself nnd  to Itfiioru lho unreasonable teaching!  which nro  driving   niMi   nwnv froff.  the Bible and the God which it pre-  ir-nt?,  -1  Piutor    I.u.������ell    found   that   tho  hO.'ltllOII   An  T.-,('l   vciiily   wnrglllj)    ilii}  |<bl., hut (limui-li (.lm bMri neck bo  worship an unseen -Mty,   At fir������l ha  was   n Ttansom-price.-  or   price   corresponding to the penalty  that was  ;   upon Father Adam and inherited by  >his race.    The  Bible thus  explains  that God, by providing an equivalent  i   price   for   the ' sin-penally    against  Adam cnn be   just   in   releasing   us  from the - death penalty'..  The simple proposition of the Biblo  - is lhat as Adam and all of his race  ,   legally perished,   so   they   liavo   all  been legally redeemed.- from that  perished condition���������tho death of  Jesus being the Satisfaction price.  It is because of this redemption that  the Bible assures us that there is to  be "a resurrection of tho dead, both  of tho just and the unjust," because)  all were redeemed���������redeemed Irom  the perished condition.  Hence tho Bible lays great stress  upon the resurrection of the dnnd,  nnd, further, it assures us thnt tho  resurrection of mankind must wait  until iho completion of tho Church,  'Dien tho Second Coming of Christ  will bo in order,���������thnt He .may'exalt  His Church with Himsolf as1 tho  reigning Power, the Spiritual Seed  of Abraham, which God for four  thousand years has promised shnll  bo exalted to glory for tho very purpose of blessing all tho families of  ��������� tho earth���������tho' non-elect.  i Surely no Biblo student worthy ol  tho namo has - overlooked tho fact  that the. Biblo everywhere speaks of  (.ho tho dead as asloop-~nowbore docs  It tell nbout their being in Heavenly  glory or purgatorial Buffering, or in a  hell of torment. Neglect of tho Word  of God hns confused our poor, imperfect jclgments,   Wc lost our way  - in the .,������8 of tho Dork Ages, con-  j jurcd up by Salan in support of his  ! lie,  -'Yo shall not surely die," nnd  in contradiction ol tho Lord'B Word,  "Tho roiiI thnt sinrioth it' shall die."  ���������KwUM IB'A, 2d.  Now wo romombor thnt Josus plainly fiiiid, "No man hnth ascended up  to Jlcnven." Now wo remember  Hint neither Lannrus nor nny nwiilc-  tried from death had any talcs to  tell respecting tho thingn neon or  hoard when dead. Now wo remember tho particular declaration of  God'fl Word, "The dead know not  anything." Now wo remember thnt  tho Bcripturon teach that tlio dead  nro ntlcop���������our own unconsciousness  every night being an Illustration to  us,-if wo had only heodod lho Word  of God iiifitcivl of tho word o! men.  Now wo poo that tho death fltale in  called a -sleep, becnuso 61 CJol'i Intention to hnvo a gronl awakcnlm*-,  or resurrection ol tho dend, It will  romo in tho morning of tho New  Dispensation,  Thn Ono who died fnr mnn'-i "Ini In  to ho tho grent Ite������torer who will  awaken all tiio sleeping one*, Did  Ho not i!Inatrato this at Hia Fkst  Advent nnd thus   show   forth'   (ho  lorler.������! IUs wunlnn Klngdomf: ;l)ld  not dqclaro tlmt Jalru.* dnuffhUr  wnn nflrep, nnd nwnkr-n her? And  did Ho not toy, "Lnmnrus elct-pctli,"  and nwnken lilm? Ho did not" resurrect any of .linse. ,Thoy wero mwely  luvnkonoel���������nncl boforo tho times for  general tho nwnkonlnj;, Ilcnco Uiey  Ml il������ 1 ccri (ignln. A groat awakening way, iiowcver, Is near nt hand.  il\(i Pastor doelarci..  Ho carriod liiu liearorn back to tlm  lonii.'/j past,. Ho reinimJixl thi'in of  tho record ruHpoctlng Abral.nm, tlmt  hn ulept with lil< fathcrc Ho neko^J  who tho lathers were and whero tney  Bl'pl, tncl replied that they wore)  hcnlhcii. Ho atikotl whether they  <y-uld ������1oep In Heavtu, or whether  they could eleep fn bo wnrm a place  aa Purgatory is supposed to be, or  ln the still more unreasonable hell.  He took it for granted, apparently,  that his hearers agreed with him  that sleep iinder such conditions  would be impossible, and that tho  only conclusion must be that they  slept in death.   ���������  The Pnstor reminded them that  similar expressions Avere used in re-:  speet- to the good and bad kings and  judges���������-"��������� and prophets. They ��������� were  gathered to their ..fathers, they slept,  with their fathers. '- Similarly, when  St. Stephen was stoned to death, we  read that "he fell on sleep." He  cited St. Pnul as teaching that nil  tho Church will sleep, except tho*e  who nre alive nt tho time of the  Second Coming of Jesus: "Wc shall  not all sleep, but we shall all bo  changed." He quoted Jesus' words.  "All that nre in (he graves shall  hear His (Jesus') voice nnd shall  como forth"���������the faithful, the snint-  Jy, to a resurrection of life���������perfection, honor; tho remainder of mankind unto n resurrection of trial,  testing���������1 Corinthians 15:51.  Without the death of Jesus, said  thc< Pastor, all of ibe race would be  perished, nnd only in .the resurrection hnve we any ground whatever  for believing in a salvation from  death. Only because' Christ died is ,  there an opportunity for the Church  during his Gospel Age to respond to '  a "high calling" to the Divine nature'. Likewise only through .the  merit or Christ's death will (he-  world of mankind be saved from  perishing and have an opportunity  during Messiah's Kingdom to be re;  covered-from sin nnd deatli conditions, from. ignorance, superstition,  . etc.���������from the tomb.  Gradually they will be raised up,  up, up, in (he imago and likeness of  God in the flesh, ultimately to enjoy  Him forever   in ii   world-wide Paradise, from which will be   cut off..in  the  Second  Donlh    all   wilful   evildoers,  all  who prefer sin to righto- '  ousness, when the   Truth   shall   be~  made clear to   them   nnd   when (he  opportunity will be fully within their  grasp.'    Incidentally,     the     Pastor  mentioned  a gross  mistranslation of  the   inspired    Word    iii   John 5:2fi, ���������  namely, -'-'resurrection    of     damnation." -��������� The   Greek   word   .here,    he  said, is krisis, and has not in it the  slightest suggestion of fire or torture  or   suffering.    The   Revised  Version  renders this verse properly���������"a resur-^  rection of judgment."  I nm not' forgelting, said., the  speaker, that our text proffers Di-'  vine blessings only to believers.  Neither am 1 forgetting that only a  few nro believers in the Scriptural  sense now. ' Statistics mention four  hundred millions of Christians; but,  ns we nil know,'this" includes practically everybody in Europe and  Ainerica, with    a   few   in Asia   and  f r ic n. It_i iml i l dcsjna n_.y_i n__p_ri so n s_  and insane asylums, penitentiaries.-...  etc.- And that leaves three times jis  many whom we call heathen, who  have-no knowledge, of Christ whatever���������twelve hundred millions. Surely none of .those arc believers in the  sense defined by Jesus and the'  Apostles.-  Jesus implies that if any one really  believes His Message, his faith will  transform his whole life��������� he would  see so great a blessing promised to  the faithful follower of Jesus that  he would, count all other aims nnd  ambitions ns loss and dross���������nnd  run witli patience Hie race set before  him. (July these are believers, and  they arc comparatively few. They  are a line company. They will get  (.he prize, the "pearl of great price,"  Hie Kingdom joint-heirship with- the  Redeemer in His glory, honor and  immortality.  But nre no others to be blessed?  If not, why did .lesus tasto, death  for every nian? Does not that expression imply'that overy'man will,  havo somo,,opportunity of profiting  hy Jesus' death? It surely doe?!  Thoso who now hear, appreciate,  believe, in (ho Bible sense, alone  will hnvo an opportunity for sharing  (he First Resurrection of the blessed  nnd holy, But tho remainder, wo  are assured, will nil come forth'from  (ho tomb���������to bo granted nn opportunity (hen for hearing and believing and paining nn inferior blessing,  Tho ble&Miii. now is a spiritual one  only; hut lho blessing to bo offered  under Messinh's Kingdom will ho nn  earthly one���������Restitution, human perfection in nn earthly Paradise everlasting, ���������  Thn Biblo tells all (his, says Pns-  tor Russell, l���������t deolnre.. (hnt tho  god ol (his world, Kntnn, is now  blinding tho minds of all except believers. 11 equally lolls that in  God's duo time, during Messiah's  TeiRii, nil tho blind eyes will bo open-  rd, nnd nil tho donf enrs unstopped,  (Isninh MiB.) Then lho wholo world  will   bo   grunted nn   opportunity   of  A "NOBLE CLOWN.  Hit Motive For Humbling Himself B**  fore tho Footlights.  Visitors'to rails who have recently  .  Tvnndereel hy chanco into one of the  cafe concerts, which nra mostly frequented by tliat class wlio neither toll  nor spin, must have been amazed and  ������������������saddened by a very unnsmU music hall  turn. livery niglit, between the "sentimental tenor"., anda Hie ".lmnteuso le-  gere," a nioiirnful looking young mau  appears.   Uo It greeled wiih derisive  yells,  a   , He siiijrs, or tries to sing, a sentimental ballad and a comic song, . Ho  also  Imitates animals,  tlio noises  of  tools and tlio whistling of locomotives.  Tlie en'ect. is so deplorable that tho  nuillcnee recently insisted on the "noble clown" apologizing for ills lack of  skill. IIo(hiuiibly ad rn need (o Hie footlights and bowed to right, left and bo-  fore him.    Then,' in a  voice choked  ' wllh sobs, lie began lo express his regret.     Willi pathetic   resignation   bo  went-down on his knees,'offered prev-  fuse apologies for his lack of .skill and  promised to do his best to please them  in the future.  Fow who have seen this lamentable-  exhibition know its origin and excuse. [  This abject buffoonery Is Inspired by  one of the noblest motives-lilinl love. ,  This descendant of one of tho oldest  and noblest fnmllics'ln Venice wns left'  nlone, when very young, with his In- -  11 rm and penniless mother,  For many  ye.'us (hoy had lived on tlie charity oi  ��������� friends, but tiie old womnn is now In  such  health that  admission  Into   an  almshouse would be the only means of  saving her life.   But this cannot he obtained without' payment of a certain  sum, and her son is now employing tlio  only means of procuring if, open  to  him.���������Paris Cor. Brooklyn Eagle.  f BR YOUNG FOLK!  Tonsortai Ari.  Hirber-Poor .litu has been sent U  a lunatic asylum.' - ���������  Victim (in chnlr'-Wlio's Jim.  "Jim is my twin brother, .sir.'" Jim     ���������,    -.  has long been broodiu" over tim iini-d Big Birthday Cake For Little Bf'  times,  and  I  suppose  ho"limi'lly"gut  crazy."  "Js tbat so?"  \\  ble Students.  "Yes. lie and me has worked tide ly   *.,  side for years, and we aro so alike we  couldn't tell each other apart. Wc both  brooded a great deal too. No money  lu this business now."  "Whit's the reasonV"  "l'rices too low. Unless a customer-  takes a shampoo it doesn't pay to shave  or haircut. Poor .llm. 1 caught bim  trying to cut a customer's throat because he refused a shampoo, so 1 had  to Imvo the poor fellow locked up.  Makes me sad. '"Sometimes 3 feel sorry  I didn't let him slash all he wanted lo,  It might have saved his ivaaon. SIkiiii-  poo, sir."  "Yes!"���������MlMviiuUe-r. .lounal.  UNUSUAL   CELEBRATION,  CLEARS THE DECKS.  Documents That Are Kept Moving Re<  quire No  Pigeonholes.  Pigeonholes have been-entirely removed from most of tlie desks In the  naval bureau of ordnance nt Washington, it being Admiral Twiuing's policy  to keep papers moving, and moving papers do not require-pigeonholes. Most  papers require immediate attention,  and they get lt. If for any reason action must be deferred to n later Ota  the letter concerned Is generally tiled  and then brought out on a predetermined date by means of the regulat  "follow up" system. In order lhat 11)8  chief of the bureau may be familiat  with the circumstances attending all  .delays, in action on incoming - letters  'tireT'e_ir"submiTtecr!o~BIm*Trom each"  desk on Monday morning of each wool.  n list of unfinished correspondence, on  which Is written the explanation ol  any delays. Letters that may lm va  been lost'or misplaced would of necessity not appear on these reports of unfinished correspondence. 'Such losses  are detected hy a card'system kept in  the (lie room.  Each letter received In (he bureau  has a cord assigned to it. The card!  give a complete history of all letters  received and of the action taken on  (hem. When tho action hns been completed tho curds aro destroyed.' If,  however, on Monday morning anj  cards show llmt no action has heel  taken such cards are brought to the attention of tho chiof ,,ot bureau, B..  them ho Js enabled to delect any losses  of papers or failure for nny reason ta  net on them.   ���������  Tho numbcr������of letters handled hy tho  burenu Js enormous, and (ho nbovo systom ..prevents delay.���������Chlcngo News.  Tho Way.  "If you v.nnt to ..t-t u cul-lsi  Or a futurist effect.  Take tlio shade of nn I<5pu  Wliloh ls tjdllo completely wi-__l..d,  l'ut a pencil In tin) 11 injurs  Of an nctlvo two-yer.r-oli!  'And Just lell him to draw picture*  Ue will du um liu is lold.  Then go net n rabid rooster,  That's been lierutclilnc; In tiie dirt.  Multe liim wall! across lho. piMu.-fa  With an extra jaunly flirt.  Keep lilm thus-ly i.-roin .iiniHiiK  Till he's FpaUeied o'ciTuft pngo  Lines and jabs about tho baby's,  For this stylo is all U.c- ingu.  Now throw inU spots on tho picture.  And it still remains a (raco  Of a lino which could h.-ive meatilnj.  Try thnt meaning to oras.-e    ���������.-  Willi a cuiTveomb or toothpick:  ,   Thon when you have done it alt  To tho likeness of a brainttonn  Call it "Maidens nl a Hall.".  ���������Baltimore American.  Children   Helper ji  of ths "British   Biljf*  Society Meet the Lord Mayor at Anniversary   Party���������Things  of   Interest  to Small People.  ���������An unusual birthday parly, nttomlrft  'by nbout 'J.OOO children, was held at  Culldhnll; London, wiih Hu- lord inaj-oc  and alderim-n ns Knouts. Tho cck-lu-n-  tion wum in honor of the ono luuuiinl  nnd ninth iinnlvi'i'.ni'y of (ho hlrih  of thu Hrlilsh and I-Voljjn Hiblo siH-io-  tics, Tho invitations wore i-onliiu'd  <liiefly lo tho London children's tiel'ion  of (tie society, and each of (hem cjhtIiM  away a small curd board bus cont.-ilnimi  '" .     1   m* ���������-..  0}AM&  ''   !.-:, ������������������) ���������'. *  . -,  rj'V'>'<-^  ^'hAY^Tm  .A. A.     I-:-���������*������������ IIAj  - The Difference.  A Frenchman who was viMlin-.: this  country was kidnaped last summer by  some of bis admirers in Maryland aiid  sentenced to go Ihrough wiih air all  day picinie In the woods, where there  were .plenty of cold fooel and a lot of.  chl_rgers. The food (hat was-handed  to him crucilied his palate. Tlio bam  was tar flavored, tho .pastry was soggy, and the cako was moist and heavy,  'and in as polite a maim., as he could  ho lilted up his voico to heaven and  wept that such things should be.  "Why, monsieur," one of the you 113  women answered  his h-incnl.ilion. "I '  ���������thought wo Americans had improved  immensely in our cuisine. Look at  our   fashionable   restaurants.      lOvou  TheiTlhehiis nnf p7intod In French?"  "Yes," retorted tho witty Kiench-  raan, "but they' are scill cooked in  American."���������Popular Mayazino.  0 1913, by American I'res-s Association.  .MAMMOrU   DIHTIIUAV OAKR.  a piece of (lie mammoth cake provld.d.  for the occasion. The.cako was a Ik-nU-  (lful si)_lit and welshed 109 pouiuU-\  one pound for each year of tho society's existence. The lirst colcbrntimit  look placo in 3001, and tho cako niadi*  for tho children (hen weighed liin.ty-  sevon pounds, but the passing of yenr*  lias added twelve pounds to the monument of sweetness. ? x  The cako was cut by a granddnu;*!.'  (or of (ho lord mayor and then pm-koel,  In boxes for distribution'to (ho children and others fortunate enough ia  rget-u-piocei -=���������^���������'-���������  The Back Yard Garden.  I go Jnlo my l.n-.eK- lard now pr-parccl to  ricive and toll.  T use a bread k.iifc as a plow and wllh it  sllr the soil.  The tin runs I proceed to maoh; tho i.'hisa  I .spread around;  The crockery arid other trash  I  r.iinglo  with Uio ground.  I scatter ashes on  tho top at least  two  Indies illicit  And over Ihem proceed to drop odd lots ol  broken brlelc.  I   nllllzollio   building   llmo   which   folio  around discard,  And soon I'll liavo a pirdfn prltno fixed  up in my back yard.  ���������Loulsvlllo Courier-Journal,  1' A Valuable Bug at Large.  Not long ngo 11 Washington scientist,  nn enthusiastic student of natural history, captured. 11 fino specimen oC bee-  tie. On roncliliiB homo ho In a moment  of hnslo pinned lho bcello lo a library,  (ablo wllh his diamond Hcnrfpln. When  lio returned to the library from his dinner ho found Ills captlvo hnd got looso  nnel was, flying nbout wllh llie diamond  pin glistening from Its back, Man and  bug made a rush for lhe window 111 tho  pamo Instant. Tho beetle got thero  first and triumphantly stilled awny,  barely chiding lho seleiillnls's out-  fllrolchcil lin ml. Noll her ling nor pin  Iiiih sinco been seen.���������Ifljcclnmgo.  Sorry She Spoke.  Tho lndy lis 1 just boon Introduced tn   e-rn corset,  her pnrtnei nt 11 holiday dance and was     Among   (ho  talking lo aim vivaciously.   "Toll mo."  sho said, ".vho is that terribly homely  man over thercK'  'Tho gentleman looked. "That," ho  wild ponderously, "Ih my brolhor,"  "Ohl" gasped tho lady lii horrified  amazement. "Pardon mo. Hoally. I  hadn't noticed (ho resemblance."--Ladles' Homo Journal,  Things  That  Interest,  Kissing H10 bands of great' men wnlt  .tn old Grecian custom, though originally of eastern origin,  Tho smallest flower known" to llifl  botanist is said lo be thai of (ho yeast  plant.   Jt Is microscopic in size.  So strong is Hie light emitted by .la-  niMk-a llrellics (hat the presence of ������J_!  will enablo'a person to read.  Daffodils*, whicli aro one of (ho harbingers of spring,-nro so called front  (he old English "ufl'odylo"���������that wh'ioh  cometh early,  ���������  Kleplianls can climb lo a grenf  height. Their tracks liavo heen.st-.ii  upon tho vei'v summit of mountain^  7,000 foot high,  Tho mum my of an Egyptian prlncnsi.  who lived 2000 H, C. shows nround the  waist a contrivance similar to the mod'  Panlyaiifi, a lahorlnj.  class lu Malabar, \ylien a mnn wisho.-t  to marry a girl ho must carry a bnndlrt  of lirewood (0 her houso,, da Ily for hit  months.  A Nice Warm Bed,  Thrills of 11 novel kind aro promised  for lourlslH lo Sicily If,nn American  ... liotel proprietor cnn enrrj onl IiIn plims.  ntlighlonnipnt reepccHnK lho flod of   ITo has bought tho silo on Uio summit  Love, nnd Hia wine, just and loving   ()f ������������������ )n.icUro hul not oxllnc-t volcano  Two Views.  When I'm feeling mean nml bluo  Anil I'm hateful os cnn he,  When I prowl die wholo day MirouRh  Ami find fault wllh all t sot',  Wlien my little plans u-.i wrens  And my llpa In tuicei-.-i aro curled,  Then It I.i wllh ]niii.Naj-n f.trnni:  I alt (lowii and blamo tho world.  Iiul when nil my kIiIch nro bin.  And I'm bnsldng In tho bim,  When wlmf I ret out to do  I liiiccesi'fully hnve done,  When my bnnnrr Im unfurled  And my wnllcl'n lined Willi t-clf,  Vo I credit rIvo Iho worldV  Xo; I (alio It ull inycrlf.  -Detroit rice IVt-i*.  fi'  terms of reconciliation, nnd will bo  blessed by tho great Mediator <-f the  Now Oovcnnnt, Nolo how H1I3 U  explained by the Apostlo: Cjoel wills  to hnvo nil men corno to a leriowledijo  ol tho Truth, that they mny bo saved. To thla end', ITo Iiiih provided  that Jghuu hIiiiII bo tho Mediator  between Himself nnel mankind, ln  harmony wiih tlio I'Nilber'n IMrm,  Jesus, is now selecting the Church  cIiibh,' to be a Koytil Priesthood, n  Hrklo clnes, to i-liuro with J llm in  His Kingdom glory and Mocliiitorlul  M'n.lt l"v (lm world,- Tt, wnn to HiN  end thnt He unvo _Umnelf a Hansom  ior n 11���������to bo lostiliuU in Uiic tiinu-,--.  1 Timothy 2:4-0.      frj.,..'.  Old London ,0rldge.  Old L6i.don"lJrIdj.o loolc the remi;.  iiiuu A Uiiiti'llirw ivuu lv l.A'h.,  It wa. begun in 1170 and not completed till J800. Tho present bvldgo wan  begun in 182. and (Inched In 18.11.   It  y������.r<  *r> tu "-y, ��������� ������  nnd will build 11 hotol there. A special  fealuro of lho hotel, wlll bo an under*  ground chamber on tho hod of lho era-  tor, with an nshcRtoB floor, ivhe.ro thoso  vho nro sated with crclloment cnn  Plcop In tlio expectation Hint (hey mny  bo culled nt nny mlutilo by nn eruption.  ���������-London Tlt-llHn, ���������  cost 551,600^00.  Greece and n Fair Haired King.  KIiir Constantino of Orooco belli*, div  clelcdly fair haired fulfills tlio lernis of  (mother ,mediaeval prophocy bosldoi'  (lint In which IiIh namo Uuu res, In  U$S, (i_.oit.lii;' to ititieit wnt (0 tlio  klna of France from his envoys nt Con.  itnnUuopIo, the city wns much per������  turbed In cpiiacijuenco of n roiiIciico  myslorlously Inscribed ono nlj.ht on  Hie fiAku .���������/.to, "Wheu a f..it huh Mil  blnjr comes from tho went Is."*' nnen  |o lilm."  V;     '   :   1   1 Royal Worrlei,   '  Poor Kliif. Alfonso! ObserrorB tit  A Culinary Idea. i  "Uow wlll you hnvo your eptit coeiU*  cd'i" iiNkcd (ho waller. 11  "Mnko any difference Jn tho cost of  Vm." Int.nlreel (ho cnutlous customer  wllh tho brlmJcsa hat nnd lho rnt'ged  ben rd. h  ".Vo," 11  "Thon cool: 'cm nn (ho top of n Rilc������  of hum," -mid (ho customer, crcully re>  lleved.-Smllh'H Weekly,  How Do You Like Your l*ielflhbori. ,-  The company must ho seated In ���������-*  rhiK, with ono person led Htniidinp; in  (ho cenler, This person may nsh 1111/  hub ho ehnnuoH. "llow do you liko ,vnnf  iiolj.lihors," Only one of Iwo niiKw.n.  Ih nl lowed, "Very much" or "Not nf  1 nil,"  ��������� ��������� If   (he   pi'i'Mon   questioned   rniHw.rit  j "Not 111  all'1  ho Ih nsked whom  Ih.  ��������� would prufe'r, when |io must nnmo (wo*  ' oilier iiiuiiibi'rs of tlio clre-lo.   Tlio (ilill  iie'l^hhoi'8   nml   lho   now   must   lli en  (limine p'accs, and whllo (hoy are oitffj  i-f tholr weals Ihn player In tho con let  , iiiiittl try In huciii'o mio of Hiciu,  i    Tlio pe'i'soii who Io.oh his nent nui.t;  , Hion   (nko   IiIh   plae-o  in   Hid  renter.|  Should (lio [lei'Hon qucijilniieil niifwc.  , "Very inucli" every ono of Hie plnyer*'  iiiiihI e'hniif.0 b'oniH, ho It In not v������>ryj  lillliciilt In (hiu caso for tlio i.uoHtlouufl  tO flllll 11 h'Ollt.  "   '    rfl' 1    ,.n,nf'���������,���������- i MndrW ^port (lint his nnp^rnnco hnij  Tn tho la .1 thirty yoatt llw pcvphi becomo jjlmstly; alto that IiIb youngeiit  ol India hnvo JncrcBHC.1 by fll.OM.OOO.Iclilld, Tnfnnla Unrln Chrlillnn, now  AKalnat an lucrcaso e.I 5,000,000  11 the  fomU'cn months old, li Uirr-ntcnea with  Unn'fn VZlM?nilhn ft'"' Bml l '   '' 1 Impediment In ipeecli and iionrlnti llko  000 in the I r tIth 1i1?h. thnt 0* Ijcr ^m    Don ^^ >yho ,g  ���������Live  It , ^������"r J"*" V'K *!��������������� Crow������ PrlBf��������� AI'  ������m.i    y       8 B - fnn,������ ������Mlr& aot quite four. ������r������ iel4  He Wlll.  A ntupM Justice of tlio jifnce-  T.������('r linpn thr (vll-r- ���������"11! T'r'l !r.'"-( :���������-' ������  'J'lcd up n pair tlio other ehiy  Aral liRd Um |ji/Jt!.;tnoiii miy -ct/i-.y."  Of uoui-No this mmlo tho tliniiElUle,'..i laucH  Ami Kcmt.r rounil (ht-lr vcihal chaff.  Vot is It true, whM&'tr (hry nay, ���������,  'i'lio fuel mnnlni. tliny rill obey,  -Clovolnml Plain I5*������ltr.  ���������'.' >-.    Heneo tho Anvil Chorui,    ��������� ���������''.  "AVIiiit's lho objccllon lo tho mnn  you Kent to congress?"    ' ������      ji  "Xolliln1 In pnrtlcii)nrv" replied Kfirm-  cr Cornto.ssel; "Jch1 lho fnct thnt ho cot  elcclfil'to h litendy Job hns mndo ft  N\h<ilo lot e������* peoplo Jfiilous."���������Wa������lii  lncton Stnr.  The LJirnb'������ Protoctori. v  Tho uluitfcy \v������lf dii������ wnn tel ttf,  wntch n laiiib, Aiiolhei' doj., ni������o nenf  n wolf |u ntinpo nnel color, hiiw hlni line!  foil (i|ion lilm nt ouce, "Wolf, wolf,  >y|iiit lire yon doliiK with thla Inmhy*  cried ho, "Wolf yourself I Uo oft ot  you'll Hnd out to jour norrow," wn-i  the i\ns\yirtv:' Tho one tiled to curry oft  tho |(unb, Ilio other to keep it by for������\  nml-between the two It wns Urn to  I'.Iwts.  i  !u������  I Hli Goal,  A youth irfcn'O httn r.dh'm tb������* pic*  CrriMinl rinally out nr tha tin.*  ITn fell tj'illo ft lill,  1'    Ami 1 lumw n-lit-ra ht lit,  C;'.0^'i, of ttiurta, I can't intntlon (ho  I  ���������'       fiunHoht and Daw,  Ono nliilit I went rl.ht out to piny  When I hail had my lea,  And on tho i.ihhh Inlfdil lt-iii-ilro|ia  .   Ar far aa 1 could acu.  '"llm Biitt-H la crjniR, mtitl.fr donr.  What can (ho matter bnT'  f1 cilcil nml wtonptit to catch ������ ttnr  - ., rrom off u brnmblo irtu.  }rty mother coulit not tell nio why.  \-    HI"? "niy alioole linr lir-ml.  '   } wi)|nk-rcil tlmt tlin ki-ii������h i.lioulil ci|   '  \,   Till r win dir-Vnl m Iml  ,T '  Noxt niornliifj I ran out with fr-nraj  Iiul, tti 11.> un .a hiii,.i ,���������-<.,  1 fouinl (tin siin'linil iliii-'l tin- i������>������r������  Wlirn bf boenn to il-i-! (  Ami Ihr-tl I linen- i'i* rtriinn 1,-hf ���������  U ^n> ii* t-i.i'-n ii i il..v~  Tl-iC ki.icii. ii I i'"- '.'\ I,' ������w I1  When "tii'lii;' I  i-.-i * ,i-\,,v! .  _.j_^a:,������������������ I'-'cor^   m ,grwi������_taiaa.waw  I    F\  THE NEWS, CUMBEBLAMt). BA'mH < A--��������������������������� .A-Y  V.  r> ���������,**���������  ���������OF-  Ti^t <-*\ <?4 cr     ^71������������ i  Carpet Ends 75c  Comfort efts  . each  D  4  i  !  5  i  i  *=������  Blankets  Iaa ������'4V  "Su  un  Pillouxs   at  ail   Prices  *'-rtsMaa*cmu3*t*tewa***i*av*r*i3**i*--t'^*orrj  \YV .-arry i!.-_ I'.F.ST STOCK Av I-TLJNITURK, I-L-iu-e  i'CllA'lSHi.NA.^S,- LIXOLI.I'MS ai.-l WAf.l.PAI'l.i.S in  in tlu' 'l)i.-:r,o-.    C.Al ninl inn peel our .tuck ami ^et prive.-.  r vjrai������o*w|M"tyat*.'���������������aa������A__r.-__._jrfajiM* * ** wmm. %-**m,- -������  Mcl'iiee r.lock.   A. MoKINNON.    Cuinberlaiid  !   CO  TO-  HUSH MITCHELL  '>UM������Mi������tml-M������niuMnwii ������"������i������-w(w������_:i������������lr������V������ j.  H  KOU   YOU 11 -  -AND-    '  r..  Geni BSacKsmithing  J     Thi nl i?r.  Ciuiil'ci'hiiHi,     i  Wood  tp)        '       "    '     ���������-���������-���������-���������    -      ���������-  1 Wood  Wood 1  (!)  ^ j ca:e of'.ii-i-o-.it on ,\  ch:ii-iercd   bank cf  m?yi$\  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Como: Ken oof,,  pI-:.\LEr> TENOKKK, superscribed  Y) -Tender f.r (.Comes Scliool."  Mill be ldeiu'd by the Honnurible lhe*  M;i-.iii������-i of Public YVoik-, vo t.,> noon of  M'li-.d.iy, int- Sdi d iy ol y-?p'.., 1913, for  ihe erection and complc-lion of a  V'\o Roomed Schoo! and Conveniences.  PI,ids, jpccilic.stiniK, contract and  !"<">������ isit> ol icn.lcr may bc- seen on aifd af-  tcr'ihc iOih dav --i Aug., 11.13, at the  o'ikc oi Mr. J A, C.nthcvv, Stcrelary,  .v.Ticnl Ih-. 11.1, Cviiiicx . Mr. J. DairJ,  (Jm eminent Ak'"-.'.i, aJu-iili-i: md. IJ. 7. ;i  or the I)i-,nit :i"iu ol pjblii Woiks,  \';i"n)ii,i hi-.i-:.i!in^ u nib ici-. f.iii, fnr  tiie .-Mini of um il-ii'.iis 'vJio;, obi ,iii one  ci'jiy ai lin i.l;irs ;,v.A spcnhciiiions by  appiyii!}* t������ ihe undersigned, wliuh-sum  rti I be rehmded on iheir u-iurn in  yo'ul oiclcr.  ,Kae h propoial  must lie aivompiinied  by an .'uxcpiod   bank cheque or   ccrnfi-  .ma.:-  ��������� 1'...:.   -- ���������  pr ,t ,'      . ��������� '.< ,! ,.   ���������  :';.:  -\; i-   >   ��������� '-11,:  \Af     , "���������  '!���������.,- :��������� ���������-   ' ���������-..    a*. ���������-.-ihYi-.-W .���������������������������"���������-������������������'"������������������  iiv ;ie.ti.-p.Lu.  J. K. C.RlFFiTi'.  Public Woiks Kni;'nicer  Department <^f Public Woiks,  ViOioria, 15. C, Au-j. 13th, 1913-  WSS.W- ' W-Vt YW *v  ���������i *t  ,.  ������     Now is til,,, time lo placo     $   Can.ula.-.mde pay,blc m  the   Honour  I    }',M"   ������Vt'J���������   "Bi"U)     I    ������...  cquaUoi.. ruccmofihcen^r.i  <9 0   -  WOOD  ������  Be- A Booster.  <*) *. A..       '          .     ,    . ,  . if)  ^ >]..'j() jici* single li'tiu is)  I?        --       From Tho |  I Star Livery Stables I  ������ ������  ibli-lhe Mii.isi-. 1 f'i Public Wm-i-.s, for  a  WHAT WE PRIM  Wo print luiiieri'aiiilgtnitloincin?  vi.-itirn; e-ardf-.   .  Wc ju'iiil" wceieling iiivitnijons.  "Wt1 lirinl di'.uvf pr,ia.;,i'niuii'.i'.>. .,  We* j-.j^iil lio'fl bill ul'.Tare'i".  __ \\'o   prii'il    niei.il   Ue-.kcts,   also  milk nnel Inv-aei ticki-ls'. '.  AW-    print   jHiste'i-*?.   liaiulbiils  am) iIimIiti-t.*,  AVe print  placards' t'.ml noliw?  on eanvns?.  Viro   print wniwrt programim.*p  and admission tickuty.  V\T<j prinr liu.*ini'ss ca'rds.  V.'n priiil hilllu'ails,'ordinary-e>r  uhich Jul. bf forfeited if tin- pany ten- j lo"a! U'a[' *y.**:"L  *'    v ' t9\       \t UlLtl   oil 4),    uv     i������ii\.uhi    11   nil.    i-iiii;    wn     j v   ���������  %   -8*2,00. . .inn* don Id h load     fe)   dermg (ii-i-iiiie   :c" enter' iuu* continci j    ��������� \\Jo print lulturlmads and   note;  /Ti ' l'������) . ... ' ���������.���������    . .     ��������� a . '  f. il,  v 7,  A.-B. CRAWFORD BARN   ' 1  f^i  ^  [Tii A lni'tfo   stock'-of shorts,   bum, crnslicd oats,   bay uml [?  liu li  \i'A.       l.-oiilDY' fei'd for f-aleA.-it c.M'i'j.'t,ie.;iiallv low pn'ees. .     R  L' ���������������  N'    l-  I    Phono 82  ],'i,U;iiauy low pn  .Oonrtenay  Nil  i' d  ur,  E!3 ���������   ,-  l) -n't  yon   know   -.hero's   lots   ol  peoplo  Sitt'nr round in   evi-ry town  Urosvlin'likt-;i broody chicken,  KtiOi-kin' evory ivwd thing  down ?  ]))ivi vein he lint kind of c-.\! tie,  'Oau-ii tiioy ain'L   no   use   on  oirib',  You must be a boodor ro-ister,  Grow and   l-e-o.n foi nil you're  worth.   ,  ]t yonr town need;? hoo-iiu', 1 oosi',-  cv;  Doj.'i l.t)ld buck and wait and  YbU  Ii time, i.tbe-r toHur^ willin1,  Fail i-Ali*. iii, ibis eounln 'b  free,  Mofi!)-,',V ^ut u'/iii)i-i'.;a^i* em   it,  li'j Juki yutn> ,IF UiUDll ns  Ills?,  1 f ye-ur town i.-j t-l.y on lev S'o.s,  You jie-l in ilie I'liosiin' biz.  I f :hir.#5 don'1 n-'ciu to .<-.uit you,  And tho v.uild Fi-'C'ins lumbr  wruni.,  W lint's alio ni'itu-r v.iili a   boostin,  JtiPl to lie.-l|i lie- lliinj;   nlon^;  ���������Vi.u-e if ihit'.HS t-bo.ilil n'op ngoiii',  Wt'el lu-. in a "orry plight,'  Vou ji..i ki'c;) ihnl horn n hlowin',  r.uoisi\t up wi'h all ymir  mijilr.  lf you Pccsf-mc oilji;r   (o'.h-r   tiyin'  For to iiiakn fo'.iiu p-iiji-c-! j^o,  You'oan 1)00.-1 it up a ii ifh'-,  Tnai'a yuur  cut!   to   lot   him  IfilOV  Thai you're not jznin'  to  ���������:t.r.nh it,  Just  l.tca���������'.{-.  ii ai-.,\ wnn*  Shnti:,"  Utll yoM'iu foiliir lo \i.,aa a liulu,  '(',-ni.-i' he's ;;i'l '"ll.c he.'.sl lliini.'  oui."  -.1  If y-.-ti luiow foiuo ..llt'i'.- f-iiliiiV  ���������Itl.-t I'lil'^t 'nm 'ciu.-i.- Vo'.i  know.  Tluil fame ft/lli-i'-: -.'.ot   kjiui-   gotnl  j ui ti * f,  'l'iii-tit'h ihc'iuie--- you   want   In  t-how; ,  ���������'Cnr-i your lonvi-a eitil em ilit* water ,  They'll conn- hack." V n my  in���������' iruc,  jSlehhi.' ilioy coiui! buck but eri.-il,  W.ll'Jfl    rlilliU   il'tlor   hiOils    /'()!  veil ���������llndclifh; Hi-vii'iv,  NOTICE  Cisniberland & Union Waterworks  Company, Limited.  Sprinkling will ho r.llowoe! oi.ly  two nights a week, viz: Tuesdays  ami Fridays, from 7 to 0 o'el-n-k  in too evening. Leaky tap-musl  he attciuhxl to at once. Any changes or nddiiions to existing piping  must   be sanctioned hy the  Coiu-  ]_!__!_{_ s   By   Order  -    L.  W. NUNN'S  Secretary  Uiiiiibci'hind, li. C.Jiily 30, 11.113.  nAtn.������Msaa  W-fc-������4nBM'Ul3V5%������n������Af������lMCIirtL.,E.K:tUXlV-������r_V  ?-e*^^^<f><^^4>0<$><8v^^������*h<^^^������^^4!a^  p      ' for the Milk wagon    ���������   0  ���������_>        witli the Green Box        ^  O  X HKICSII MILK AND  I        J;ARM PRODUCE %  f Our Milk is tbe product- |  % of ihe Host Fed Cows ������  ^Delivtivd i:uuuiiig& eveningf  I !. MARUYA %  Ih C. Emdo, i.s agent far lhe  ''ImjicI'' and '���������Clialnier" niitaiiio-  bib'S.    Oars for hire,    Phone iS  FOR    KKNT--A     furnished. uwe.-.tnickr  STKNOGRAI'HV  J''vcuijiy classes in Slctiojrra-  pby, three times a week. For  paiticulars and terms npplv to  Miss M. Hate, P. 6. Uox '279,  t'umberlaiid, li, ('.  Nanainie., Anj*.   31.���������Tho ar  rest of a lai^e number of women  lor put ici pat inq; in tin. recent  Hols, will be the next sensation  heiv. At Ladvsniitli and at ICx-  tensinn a great deal of the dam  ;i"i! dune was the women sviii<>ii~  thizers, aud while none are yet  ai rested, their names are briny  taken during Uie tiials and the  ane-sts will follow in due course,  At l.iidysmith evidence hay al-  teady   been   juivcn   of    women  tlwowiug stones, and thoir nanic-s  are now ou the ''waiii.'iy; list,"  One .itout ladv there ev-11 breikr-  thmutrli tlie jail tMiard e.f soldir-rs  aud *-pu������'in'ls ami rescued lier bus-'  baml from the arm of the law,  1 while the Riurdians   looked   on  when cnllc-il upon to do so, or if lie '.ni j heads.  n> ,-omplc-!.-   ihL-    unik cmiiaricd   for. I      ^(       ������������������,. prnt0mc���������������8 nn,|- 01,vel-  '1 hi- clitii'ics 01 i'(.-rlifn;i:cs-of i!t posit of;  uiiM-cct-s.liil a-iulcicrs ������ili   lie  iciuiiiecl     I o  , We*; turn oitt  work  when you  want it nnel how you want it.  In   ilic-n   upon   tlie   excciiiioi)   of   the  conlr-in.  n^vr. ,-ijs.trj^r? -* r-  V*J-**mv ������orw������n ratK^a 1    i.txz^z- i' cm xzjr.icasot jan*jameaxrrjt. a.Tf; ^a .wvAKMnsnMMiuu^waAj^'j*  &  ���������i  Z^ a           R   _.    fi.   ?"> i������-''<. ^���������>������ rf^"������. _    j 5       "���������a'i"*-^ gv'*'.. j-������^  1) IV _ j -U \ KJ *wU Nl    i~Jl\ \mJ O  ? ���������   a R O C K" P ^    A-     R a K ^ P ^'  ^ AND PRO PR} ETC RS   OF  { .CUMBERLAND, BOTTL'NG  WORKS       S  ^       '   f  t  Agents for Pilsener l'rewing Company"s i;i������KU  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds-of  ira;ii!:ill[:;i:iili;iIlli:lllllii!:l!llli!!l!i!W  I ���������"* GIDEON HiGKS; |  ! PIANO COMPANY J  J      GOVERNMENT ST.' '     VICTORIA, IJ. C.       1  Complete Stock of l,Ye Okie.Firme" |  - U  HelotemaiT & COoPlanos J  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  VictorVictroias, Gramophones and,Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.'  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  a  Wines and Liquors.  SECQNIXjSIEEEX  &  -JL  j Sryt>  *HHf^tm.m*klmV7m~-^X.VSaaU TT-.W���������������ff  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE .  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST,.-$12,500,000  1DERS"  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,   Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  ^nna:R!;i;!i!::iiii:!!!:;;;ii!iii[ii!iiji[;ii!;iis!i^;!!j!^ ^  |   Capital Paid Up $11,560,000 . *  Keaorve $13 CC0.00O |  |  The; Royal Bank of Canada.   1  H DRA.Trf. L:>L'K:)   IN   ANY    CURUKNCV,   PAYABLE   ALL |  I ' OVER   Till.    WOULD. B  1 SPKUIAL ATTKNTiON paid loHAVIN'US ACCOUNTS"* iuttiou |  ������ ������l hijihoRi  Ourri't'l. Ili'.li'f nliu\\'(d cu l^piuiis- of .$1 and iipwards.' f-  g - OU\I3^Xua..xID,  B   0 ,  a ariih, Op3n Diily g  5 U25ION WAY, B.C.   Sub-Ui-auch, Opeu Tuesdays & FriUnys n  | O. IV!. MORRISON, Mamijier. .!  %,   Issued by The, Canadian Ban!; pf Commerce, are a .safe, convenient and  , inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money.    Tliero Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United Slates, arc issued at  j ������'  the following rates:  $5 and under    ."������ cento  Over     5 and not exceeding $10    Ci     "  "     10       " " 30 7 0     ���������������  "     30   y " 50 .".7.5     ������������  ���������REMITTANCES  ABROAD  fhcu-.ld be mailo by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DKAFTS nnd   WONEY  OliDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable ratos.  CU;iI!JK2.r.AH0 B.HAWCH ,. W. T. WIIITF, MniifiRcr  roUSTaifAY,   ii. 0 ,    Ei-iiiich,    Open Daily. n,  RB !-I. HARDWICKEJ, Manager, ��������� "   l)  '-^i::;!ii:;!iiiiii!iiiiiiniii!:i.i;ii:i:i!!i!ii!!iii!iiiii!iiiiii:;iiiiii!iii!iii!i!iiii!i!:<!!ii^  "i  ������/ww������i������n4i.i w.Mii*x:y.rJ''ri*mMmxsrzmt.-Kt,vnx#i*M  muvtkMn*raKj****n*ramMm*Ji:vu2i*m.* kv-,?m_������ 'rs.m*t������itwium%***m*i������cji mium  CUHIJEULANr, C0U:i':SJ'/Y & 0  KOX AUTO STAGE.  Will J.cavo tho Tom Cl'.uu n-. Follows   Except Sun ay: ~  I-cavc Ciiiiibcrlund iu.- C"���������i'iL'iiay nt y a.iu,  "     CiMii'tcnny for Cuiii'mtIiiikI ..-. at 8,di) it.in.  "     (Ainilii'i'liind for Coui'!"ii:iy and Omnox id, 10 n. m.  ���������'     C'Unox Cur C.inrlL-iniy nnd Cuinlu'i'liiinl nl .11. n, in.  ������������������     Ciiinl'i.-rlaiii. for CoinU'ii.'iy at 1 p. in,  "      Coin ti'iiuy fur Cniilbi'vliiiid nt 1 !i() p. in,  '���������     Ciiiiihci'liunl fur C.iiii'W-iiiiy and Cmnox )2,!i!������' p, in,  "     Cmiin.\ (oi' Cuiiriciiny nnd Cuink-i'lnnd ll.ill) p, in,  .Sin^li' I'Hrit��������� CumbiTlrirtil I.) Cuni'loimy 73c  C-ii,i't(iiiny lo Citniox f>0i'.  'I. ('. l-.M DM. pin:,���������������;:;, Ciiiiilioi'liiirl.    Sinrls .Inly USili  IS.&T' I'ii ivo I.- i..i..-: a'prepaid and loltni'ri tUnnipi'd.  ffi_aEES30SS2J35a2ffl  *\t*: w-4H������'iui-������ miUMnuu ** **im*v,n \ tm*mm*mmwn.i  Ft Phillipps Harr,cs^  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  1  Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  j   m  ������i 'V.v. -klt* nu>A.nMrt w^l^t^4,mirv.������i^/jr������iv������KT^-(in<������#*^<������_������MV.*K^ nrj ������������% huitfnvw^.1*. k^fnwvk������%tn*J"  <^^i*wu^a.^ujAffWA'*uM/jBi������auw*^T<r.4Wht.^%cJt>i^  Mannfae^iror off MIKfKEAL WATER J  iUMBERLAND  ������������������ir������l,w-_irr*'������WTl*i:_-^.l_fcr.iii.-'j  M i   j   P. 0. HOX '1L;.'3  phone ap....  rj%_,rji.j.,r,^^yj(ta^viTn**iW������_Mruw_rjw_ia  uwrvtMtMRiiwiiw* ft������m>v*"n**i*-u������������r*T������JM������  The  IF YOU GET IT AT PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  m N   ^, n m |������si   ex g m   m ������������ $* ns i h  : ( Iv'.'v'' : -:;? ;^C'; 20 Hi������h Grac,G CycleD  I    &'(1& x\3ifj\i S!iShtly: Damaged  STORE  ^*^  JMUlll.  'I'I".-  lUls.  illlL't)      .-\l������.  liiiiis, Mary port Avenue  Dr. D. K. Kerr,   rk-niisl. will  \i" in Cninberlitnd fi<r uso wci-i.:  hoyinnimr Auyii^t 27   ���������-  '������i  A pel ii if ion was in circulation  last week, requesting the attor-  nc;*general to rt*inMatc Mi'. Jas.  Aln'.inis police niaui-lrate tor the  cii\ of Cnmhciland, We have  'jii-'v I'.oard   of  I'.  ;u   uiiu.saJs   to  Scv 11 KmrU-s  without   ^in<;  had fo walk honit- fioin tin.- pic  >i>.n   1 he   petition.    We    think  i" ;i v.asu.- of   time,   p.ijier   ami  tanips to send  petition-, into the  11 ;<:   tr.  Miind  IV      III'  , .     ,.J, ���������"' attoniev <<ciut.i1 at  the - present  ���������if.      Ille\ ',:      ������������������>������ :  :  ..  Mill  tvt'Y'- ''..,- i".a;i 'is w������'t in us.  ll  e 11  not iu   :i   perifn'M  ;r;>:i'.:n<' wood.  <i^*  chants and Bakers  CANTY ETC-  Cumberland, B.C.  !  'm^&ssssssfmssssmvca'  ������  *.--*.-&r.'.i  vV/.ii\i..* ��������� ������������������.-.-r.'z-'.f.^W Coventry Cross and  other well U  W??i \ ' ''77$$^- !1,n!;efi'      up ;jUi,cc1,  ^v:^VA'-;a''''/Ar'^ in transit   or  J  mm "'������������������������������������������������������'/���������jtwm s,is  <fiu_;.' -\  S������  :/:  i.V .������������������A.iVIS  ���������<'AJ;'M  \\  ��������� - -t  '.1'... ���������'*:*������������������- Ui  ,\s  %  dj retained  fiom hire     Uijj  pn'ce  -,  reductions,  :>���������*  4i������ ...       '        .  ij*!1. .-.������!���������  Write I'o: detail?  Thos. Plimley  739 YATES STRUCT  VICTORIA, B. <J.  omstntiVLmjuuj0tt-rr. earxgggyf tb ^ayv7^rirs^z^z-Z23byrjr.rriiisi  ������������..=**, -> ���������zKZ&ryZf.


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