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The Cumberland News Oct 15, 1913

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 'Y  \  ���������y  :/  /.'���������ji  y-  .*���������  /y  y  7  /  </-.-  I  a  "*..  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Twentieth Year -  , CUMBERLAND, IJ. C, WKDxNESDAY,    OCT 15, 1933  Si'USCRH'TiON $1.00 a Yi./w:  THE BIG STORE  MNrmm.'wirwf t)t������i'wt������i*Mnp'������i������w"������*~i  1  New, Nifty Collars for Ladies  We have-just had delivered one.of the swel  lest range, of Ladies' Collars ever shown in  tho city. * Ifyou want something exclusive  aud chic, Fee our showing of new neckwear.  New Beds, Mattresses & Springs  ���������We cany quite an assortment of the above  aud our prices are right. ' We have a very  nice Child's Cot. with combination spring  and good wool mattress,  ' The Blanket Season .is here and finds  ; us ready, dye ready, with a complete assort  0'ment of warm, woolly blankets at  Lowest  Prices.      -  ��������� '   . ; "       .  For Sweaters and Sweater Coats  0 You will find our selection hard to beat and  our priees are reasonable, : A Sweater Coac  is essential to comfort these days.  The place to buy your  Dry   Goods   at   Lowest  -Prices.        . ': ��������� ,; , \ _   LIMITED       , ".  ftuiiPinuir. Avenue, ������ PHONE 3H, CUMBERLAND  Van Anda Ore Samples .  at $50,000 a Ton  i.  i  C itM*-A\w*tm.-x*jevrjwhiZ!it<u*X'**'**i(J**i*i= %anamm������*u  *ntmjtvr������tmZKXvavrTtjtm.*Kmawm.'**.X''T*\ in ^r.*m\tfat7xm*Ln*-inrid^,t*arvKtr*n  a^.WC*T^O_rt_*.'*a������*M������^^|UKWW_JM-J������t.^w-._-������,A^^������fc^  ! 1  ' MEETING OF COUNCIL  The'City Council met iu regular session on Monday evening,  tliero being present Aid. Coe,  Miller, Beveridge, Maxwell, As-  pesi aud the Mayor.  The minutes of previous meet,  iug were read aud adopted.  Communication was. received  from Roval' Bank re overdraft  and the issuing of debentures by  the cify to liquidate the debt.  Tim Couneii decided .to communicate with brokers in the mat.  ter.  Accounts:���������Cumborland New.1',  S500.  Constable Gray's report:  Scavenger 8104 00  Hall Rent.      40.00  Road Tax     1400  Pi'seuer Brewing Co,.,    5,00  Aid, Maxwell nsked  leave   to  introduce an amendment to the  Laud Tax By-Law at next meeting of the couneii---granted.  Aid. Maxwell moved, aec, by  Aid. Miller, that owing to the  expense of carrying out the Tax  Sale By-Law, it bu dropped���������  carried.  After a few matters of minor  inipoitauce were informally discussed,   the council adjourned.  Mr. Leslie J. Anton has pur-  rhamvl the shooinnkinGf and re-  pairing huniueR'; on V)uu������imilr  avenue, and is prepared to give  good sor vice,  -43l~  n,  Ttr     .,    1  i,, iv  ������.-j������.  the Islander, that I lie Iridic-1  Aid 01'Grace Methodist church  has decided to hold 0 gmnd  concert iu the Cumberland Hull  on Tuesday, November :HtJi.  Watch tin* rush <-f kids to the  (Town I'llc,ure mi Saturday ar~  ��������� enioiiii.  The Canadian Federation of  Labor, according to a despatch  from Brockville, Out,, has no  use for lhe U, &[.' W. of A., and  depreciates its methods. Mow  thoBb brethren of the different  labor organizations do love one  another (?) . The U. M. W. of A.  has uo uso for the i. W. W��������� and  there aro thousands upou thousands who havo uo use for either.  So it is with nearly every organization or ?.ect.  ������������������       n. ���������         The management of St.  George's Presbyterian church will  hold a concert in lhe Cumber-  laud Hall on Monday evening,  (Thanksgiving Day) A good  musical piogramine  is  assured.  The Ladies' Aid of St, Oeor  go's Presbyterian church, will  servo a supper iu the assembly  hall of the church, on Monday,  Oct. 201I1, at. 5. p, m. The Ladies are noted for tlieir ability to  provido an excellent supper, and  lhat no indigestion remedy is required after partaking of it.  Au appeal i.s being made lo  the people of Nanaimo, I'or thn  relief of its needy ones at present or during tlio winter. It is  too bad that this has lo Lie,  Cumberland had belter see to it,  that itu citizens are protected  against want this coming winter,  but im mom mud r^es uohiy to  every occasion. Wo do not anticipate that relief will be needed,  but you never can tell, evon with  lill'  1111110-3    M'nt-1.-llirr     'Old      rt      lil'rv  ���������  a -v.  pay-loll.  Tho Lindsay Houso ou Penrith avenue is being occupied n;;  a military banaek- T..i������ will  be more comfottable than tmits  ut thin wcasun of lhe yc-u,  Wonderful  V'aluos   Obtained   in  Crackerjack Group  Hold  by ���������  City   Syndicate ��������� Second  ������Striko    Mndo   Within  .    ��������� Past Fow Days  Recent   developments* on   the  Cnuikcrjack -group of  claims   on  Texada Island, indicate  tho .pres-  'cm-oof-a new   lead," which in tho  opinion of'ussayers and   those ao  quainted .with    tho    distriot   iu  which tlio strike has' heen   mado,  -promise to becomo a big producer and to  ox wed   .the  must san  gin no expectations of tho diseov."  overs.  Samples of the city arc,said to  assay as high as $50,000' a ton.  The now strike has heon iuade a-  bout 150 feet from   tho   original  discoveiio's  of  free, trold   at   the  1"** v  Crackerjack eliaius.  Mr. John MeOonvillo, -one of  tho owners of the claims, who has  boon carrying .on development  work on 'behalf of diis , partne*?,  Messrs J.. .Danahov and A. A.Lo  gan, has just returned from Van.  Anda.  V A remarkably'"vlolf oro bo<l-y  has been* uncovered-by tho roc-nut  work ch tho claims ". Mr. McOon  ville commented. **We nave'a  four-foot level and the assay or es-  Ti mltes~lirarTMio~li avS~S257000"  worth of ore in suht. Although  the specimens do not' run.as. high  'i;i o-ohi'valuus <������ UiOoO' previously  found the nature oi the lead  shows'that it ib ot a more pernnin  ent charader,"  Tho samples wero taken from  a vein which has been followed uh  an opon lead aiid uncovered for a  distance of fifteen feet. The previous metal iains,across the specimens in rich streaks and the ore  beni'8 gnlona nbo.  Tho first rich discoveries on the  Crackerjack group wore made a-  bout two months ago. T.ho -sum  pies .brought down at, that time  for assaying wero lileially encrust  cd with wire gold and coulained  values varying from $10 to $11)0  pur pound. Somo of the ore is  said to hnvo run as high as $200-  000 a ton.  Development work has heen  cni-riod by an opon ent on Iho sur-  fneo outi'.iop with an averngo  depth nf eight, IV-et. Tho nri'i  was considered too rifli'I'm-Hiiell ���������  ing aud was ouii-oijuontly a- nt to  a-laboratory stamp null for livnt.  ment. Reference to these lirst  (liRc.i.iVi.'1'ief- was iii.-ule iu the I'rov  ince early in August. The >.fun-  pies of tho early strike.-.* wi-re  shown nt tho Vancouver Kxhihi.  tion this suuiiunr and were award  ed l,lio first pi'i/.o.  The rocont dovidopT.enti; on the  Crackerjack group are. h.V.'od np  ou hy pra '.Heal   mining   men   as  forei-hiidowing a new er.a (or   lhe  mining iniltisii'i in llm   \ an A11-  lithei'to it has ht'i'ii  111,-)   t.i, 11  lo lie   Ion ini   in pocivci.i, iiul   im.!   ji  discovery of 11  load which   pro  niii'i'i-i to extend far into llie cl.-iioi  inci-cix-- the r-os-ihililii"; lreni"ii-  dotudy.-- Provinei',  The Couseiv.dives won a victory iu 'he Chaf'.-augU'iy H<.'-h'.tn  onS.iMudiy. Mr. Jame:; ���������>!"-  lis (li.ii..'.'L'd il-.ju.  ,S' dn. -.'   VcA  In forme years wheu the  government inspectors were looking for tuberculosis in the cattle  hereabouts it has been custom-  ary to pass over herds owned\y  the Japanese, who were hot de  liveriug milk to the creamery.  This year a change has been  made and all herds are being inspected. So far this year nearly a ,cliv,cn cows found suffering  with the disease have been destroyed. The g o v e r u in e n t  should go a little further and  compel.all dailies to bo put in a  sanitary condition. Cumberland  citizens are largely supplied with  milk produced iu dairies which  are barred at'.the- creamery. It  might be a good move on. their  part to have the source, of supply looked after.���������Courtenny Review."  ������*JW^-V������Ut<(*UWlft>A������S-' -1--V  BROS.  We invite you to.inspect the following  cr  dadi^triet.  1   ,.      t   1      .. -I  ivrmiii,M   VIl,u. UiV li.'-i"!   o 1   '.After seven weeks continuous  pumping,,the big-pumps which  have beeu pouring the waters of  ike bay into the sojith side of  No. 1 mine were stopped today.  The management is now satisfied that the flood of waters will  have submerged tiio seat of the  fire aiuWhoroughly sealed it off.  Just how' soon a start* can be  made to pump out the water  again will depend upou the  mines department, but the general opinion is ..that there will  uot.be work..in;this section of the  mine for twelve1;mouths   at   the  'snoires'ra"iTd=ifTna^"^bai5l^lF  two years.     "   ,     .     " -  . For the present this closes one  ���������ii tjvj most, rcgroltable'incideius  of the- present strike. There  was uo reason for. the' mine being lost. IPthe company had  been allowed to' continue ' the  workfof protecting ils^propcrly  in the^secoud week in August  the fire cou hi easily ..have been  extinguished, The men's 'lead-  eis preferred to lisk ther'Joss of  this section .of the miim against  1 lie company recognizing the  UnilcdAMine Workers of r<America and the gamble, the stakes of  which were[,the means of livelihood of over 300 men wero lost.  The work'of emptying the mine  (will not'bc sucli an easy propo"  aiiion as the fillilig of it, aud  meantime over 300 men are  thrown indeflnilely out of em  ploymcut,���������Nanaimo Herald of  Oct. 12.  Mr. Geo Roc,,,customs collector at Union Uay, leaves this week  h-i'Now Mexico, for the benefit  of his health, Uu expect.'; to be  a Usui! t several months. Wc  trust ihnl liu will return fully restored to health.  MEN'S FOOTWEAR Just to" hand onr First Fall Shin-'  merit of Ames Iloldeh and McQready SHOES, iu the  newes shapes, colors, black aud   brown,, button and   lace.  MENS SUITS���������These are. hero-in the newes'i shanty and  styles, colors navy,, brown.   bro;i:.o, black,"purple etc.-'  MILLINERY���������First showing of Ladies' Winter!..illir.ery  LADIES' BLANKET COATS newest shades  and st.vms.'  FOR THE CHILDREN���������The" famous "Mamarct" Sweat-  ers and Sweater Suits,  in shades .Navy Cardinal & white.  ��������� E-SigB_SSiga__B_gl^^ ���������  THE CORNER~STORE  Mr,! Alex,  again, - after  weeks   on..  looks as fresh as a daisy.   k>   . Waiker i's ��������� home  ' 'spending several,  the   Mainland:    Ho  Miss Sophy  week on a visit  Seattle.  Walker  left  last  to  relatives   in  Nellie says that they can't get  a liouse. What do they want a  house for? Wc wish we-could  -h el p4hem- o 111-���������������������������: 7-,���������-  That half column of space is  still at. "Aunty's" .disposal.-  Some people are dead, slow,-and  winter coming on foo,., and still  nothing doing.    My I  Vancouver, Oct. 10.���������Owing  to the large number of prison.!s  who have re-elected to tako a  trial by jury, instead of, speedy  trial before Judge, Howay on  charges of riotous conduct, ii  will be necessary to holda special  Assize.  This statement was made by  Mr. T. IJ. Shoebothaui of lhe  attorney-general's , department  this morning, Mr. Shoebotham  has been acting as crown prosecutor at theprcliminary hearing  at ISanaimo.  It is expeded that the r-pecia!  Assizes will he held in the city,  of New Westminster iu the  month of December. Altogether there arc ovor 200 charges of  rioting, and-170 of the men aie  now under finest awaiting trial,  The annual   meeting,  of   the  Medical Hoitid of the   Canadian  Colieiics was held iu   the   Odd  fellows Hall on   Sattnday   even  ing, Oct, ^ill.    A  very mlisfac-  tory report^ was  presented, and  A' remarkable    decrease   vY  membership has^ occurred in the  French    failwaymeus'. orgaiii-i-  alion.������-   Before their- late  disas'-  terous strike they .had' a- -membership   of   60,000. - ��������� ATter _'.tlip. .-  battle il had' dwindled.to, .16.000.  This strikc,..which was  oouJuc'-"  ect"aroug"nie meIlioclsTa3vocated'  by the I. W. W'.'s,. should prove  another.valuable object les-s/'U to,  the   workers    everywhere.    All  the I:  W.  W.   iheorieR   gt: la  pieces,when llicacid tc 1  is an  plied,    Trades unionism  stands  for coustructiv.���������slow���������but ,'uire  methods.-    I. W. Wism   encourages aiid  -practices   destruction,  wreck  and   ruin.���������The v United  Mine Worker's Journal.  ' ^.   A number of Old Country coA'  miners at rived here on Satunlay  night to work iu the mines.  The familic-a of several accompanied them. "^  ���������o���������  Gcmiral Manager Coulson of  the Canadian Collierie;.. and  Mrs, Coulson', aniwi in town  last week, from Victoria.  0dicers for lhe ensuing year elect  ed and the several mine committees appointed.  'ITmsTFza&mGsxXm^^  Philadelphia team has won  ���������he world's ba,*:c ball championship, winning four games out of  five from the Yic;   Yuik   Ijani,  A cable from Dublin stated  the labor stiike pursues a cnni-i-  of minei'V nnd tuin, The ..-Ui-  mated hiss- to tlm lT.uk* of , thi.  city repiC'Cnis ^y/o.coo 11 week  ond scores of ihousands of j������e(.-  pie arc iu actual want.  m I  GeiLt'c Bepas?tmcnti  u'irn   'xctznr'm  t.i   m���������  I 1 n't  iw'cirf'l -i  j  ������'  id-Jiii. uf ii;;p,n"in.l   SitUlj/l������:.S   if  the Lutct  Scotch  and Kng.  lish Twcods in Mailc-to-nicfis-  HP' OvM-rTialinrei;.  tt  Our r;;ill Shipment of sIiors  now v,\  A larjr-- iiccitmcni ��������� . '.* ,/oatt.ra v*_  Gwuatci- ('oi-ir.  ������   Ladies'-Departments  fc ���������j,���������  % Sop our  fbinlnv  nf  I.nrlips'  Real!}' to-v.'r.,r 11.-it': :vv\   Mat  Trimmings,  The balance of our '-lock of  I.;������f1ios' V-'nssM-" aivl Miniver  Myles Shoes in; liiack ruidTan  reduced to clear at $4.50  Just received novelties in  Infants'and Children's Footwear.  a  u  I  A  Monday,    October   .lot I  bc Thauks-.'i\i-!<. Day.  will  cr  0.)  ma  ���������i'i  M.-  has ijf.'vu cou-iduu;  ���������-!..���������  VO.ii  r  a 9  CAMPBELLS  \f* r^ .  ;-!  ,i_������4V''',l������V"' *'*)*-t   'V*"*> *% *  ���������   Mrf**.^      A  Z7^aJr:7'777V,  j: ��������� ���������MMJfcWiW,*-* tfi* Wltttft**1 Vp"*"���������  'SSS^^^?,^,^  AtS^mtt^-^JtJmi,  THE THSWS.. CrjMBERL'AND. Tl. C.  Js the fcest* remedy;  known for sunburn;  heat, rashes, eczema:1  soro feefc, stings 4<ma  I *bHsiers,( A skin food!  ���������  .il' UrAgfUtt sml ������ttrct.���������fO^  3-0  ili^^������^iWWii  <f  AMEND  By E. R. Punshon  Werd, Lock & Co., Limited  ������i  London, Melbourne A Toronto.  \L- ���������= ,  ��������� (Continued)  It -was almost as much his1 eagerness  to keep this hlddati from Joan's knowledge, for A. was intolerable to lilm  "lo think that-sho .should    come    to  know what arcrlmo he had been guilty  of, as his dislike of Thorold that mado  '-he'thought o_ Joan's marriag-..,so tlls-  ���������astei'ul to him.   He would havo risk-  ��������� >d and-done much'to make certain  lhat Joan shou.lt! never know, of bis  "past, and yet'he had resigned himself  ���������o, the inevitable; partly because a cc-iv  , 'tain clear sighte'dness thero was'in the  - nan told lilm  Lhat Edward Thorold  vna well suited to guard-and. care for  loan and protect her froin the daa-  '.; "{pris.? that ..'surrounded her, and partly  Accaiise of .'������������������tf certain' fatalistic: strain  ;A)i;:his'?'character. - These two causes  .together had been the chief; factors .fe  if tlie sort of sullen .passivity?wlt������li.-,whicli  ?: bo .'.-hart watched A Thorold? and? Joan  bome? together,.? but? now"; H began1' to,  Ajc'em' to'.? him'that: lie-? would willingly  ;��������� risk, and lo;se./allv toA-tleparato ������������������ thom  .? again.; -Besides, if, ho, threw in,his lot  ?unreservedly with Durand:?nnd? aided  ? dim-without reserye-Ajwho could tell  S?\YliatMnight not?happen??? It was',.as'  ? '.itirbugli.-.aCfeyer,;. burlied him "tup, "and  Astrange thoughts ;passed -through his  Amlnd:, ,,RisingitoAiis feetrhe .wentAo;  ?Ahe water-tap and tirank.thirstily.'   .  AAThaUsAi cold,, drink, observed Dur-  ?Aind?watch?ing him;, /is-\thei 3 noaWlilsky  ?;; ��������� oi:��������� ��������� brandy ;.lef t?^? A*;? A? %.. :':yY*t': ���������;,' [i 7  [7A?Aye,:answered'?Green,?but, I ������tm,liot  ��������� Ajridugh,already.-?:'A ',???,??;;?��������� A-"':'^?A?A?':  :?.'.'������������������  Qf ^courser there's"' Monday, said Dii-  ?S?-aiicl ilioughtfulfy; -you:know Monday  Trn~i"i rray-ijvi:^  h&-is-foiv-him? _  AGh;?as?for?Mdriday??said Green,.lift-1  ���������Ing his hand ancl letting it fall slowly;.  r'.k's: fqi'-?Sid?:M6iiday-r A?A ��������� !a?A A Ay  :?:?,Gfscourse, Durand   continued, ;?she  'iw.6iiKV?lfl!lV]ilnV;'6r-:;'-he?"wpuld..kllI.?lie'r:  .inside of ,a week; Y7Y7y���������.^..-,   :,,;,���������;,?  7 ?,:As for Sid'Mondayy?sald Green again  ': iritP -repeated Ait;?' gesture  of \ slowly,  ?"lifting?.'and'- letting fall* his?haiid. But  ?ihe?ca!ls rrti-her friend,Aie sa'kl softly.  'A... Ah,-"that's something; smiled Durand  il .lils mocking:way; but I shall have,  : 0- talk to,Billy Man about'ihis later  ���������ini;      Do Avon understand wl.ut   you-  A:.ve to do to-night?, a    ,:      ,,,-.. ���������'-..���������  A" Green ntalded .?A ,?,?.?". 7 '���������y:y  . Yes, he .'.sal V his roami'or suddenly  changing to "one of reckless boastful-,,  ���������ness, aiHi?td-iilght,.ril show you if thero  ���������Is anothor cross cove,in all London as  Anowshls-iny better" nor me. I am io  ���������ncet-iBilly Man' at the corner by thoro  iftwo? ���������"���������������������������'- ..��������� ��������� 7A.  ?,??������������������        "7h ,A  "A Yes; snid Diirand, ami gave him oiio  or two mofts Instructions,   and "then  ..tvont-'-awayAo Iiitervlow Sid "Monday  ,nnd Crocikos, and make stir,f! that botli  :, of ?tho,sp, worthies: undorstob;1. the? part  '"assigned thom. A    ??."'"'?.;"'''���������'���������''��������� ���������?���������'  : in this remarkable confederal loir of  criminals���������pel-hups the most dangerous,that has existed in England. In "re?  cent y'fenrs-- Durand1 himself, seldom  took nnyn active part In the carrying  out of thp enterprises lift wns so active  In ���������planningA    'Billy''.Man,  however,  thctr formidable and mysterious leader, If on the spot at all, always took  the foremost placo In the actual procedure, assisted generally either by  Crookes or Monday. On this occasion Monday was to remain outsldo on  guard while Crookes and Green, both  expert in the use of the tools a burglar needs, effected an entranco. Then  they were to attack tho groat safe,  while Billy Man, entering after them,  crept uj) abovo, fastened Sir John's  door and that of the only man servant  In the house with gimlets, and then  returned to help.Crookes and Green  in their attack on tho safe.  ' Punctually at the hour ' appointed,  Green-was at tho meeting place. First  Monday passed him and lounged  away; and soon after ho had disappeared a small slightly built man came  up, walking with an apparently slow  and careless yet really rapid gait, lie  had both hands ln his pockets, and he  woro his cap pulled down over his  eyes and his coat collar turned up so  that his features were hardly discernible. But Green knew at once tliat  this was the formidi. Ie and. mysterious Billy Man, and he felt ' himself  turning pale as he watched tho other's  quiet approach.  By way of greeting, the new corner  cursed him with ,n unite remarkable  poignancy of insult, nnd then beckoning him to _oilow set off in the direction of tlie Martin' house. Green had  listened In perfect silence to the foul  abuse with which he had beon overwhelmed, for thero was about Ihis  leader of theirs, Billy Mav. as they  called him, something- that daunted the  most reckless of them and gavo pause,  to Uie, most desperate; that chilled  them as it were, with a suggestion of  evil beyond iheir evil, of courage,, desperation, recklessness, brutality,' defiance, beyond all they knew or could  Imagine. ' .,  To-night he seemed in,a, mood cv,.n  more vicious than usual, for on their  coming on Monday so silently and softly that'-he failed to notice their .approach, Billy Man struck lilm a furious  blow on the mouth.  That's to remind you to"kcep a better look out, snarled Billy Man and it  chilled Green to the heart to see how  the'beaten ruffian whimpered ancl  crouched down like a chastised dog  ancl seemed to dare not even to protest, Yet Green' knew "that Monday  had the record and the rcptltation of  a dangerous man to nicdd',0 with or  cross In tho slightest.  1-lurrying in, Billy Man and Green  camo to a dark alloy way that,ran by  the side of a������taii, blank wall." Pausing after he1 had gons.a few yards,  and without once looking round to  see if Greon followed, Billy Man clambered up this wall like a cat and dropped down inside it. Fortunately,  Green had received detailed Instructions, and by the aid of a loose brick  and a nail drlven'in to serve as a foothold, he, too, climbed up and over the  wall and dropped down within.   T.hp_v__w_c:i:e_ now in 'the garden sur-  GILLETTS LYE  EATS DIRT-  spring on him the moment that lie  turned his back.  But appurantly re-assured, Sir John  came on along Uio passage and ho  paused by a window and proceeded to  unfasten it, Billy Man watched him  ln amazement, quite unabl-o to understand what he was doing. Opening  tho window ho leaned out, ns if enjoying the fresh night air, and thou  Billy Man saw him beckon to some  ono below. Still lie had no .suspicion of what this meant till he" heard  Sir John call softly:  Constable, constable, there are burglars in���������  (To  be  Continued)  boy  Early Genius  Proud Fathor���������Why, the othei  of mine will be a wonder!  Friend (-wearily)���������What wonderful  thing' has he done now?  Proud Father���������Why, Lhe other day  he ate all the prcserve-i in the panlry,  I overheard him say as he smeared the  cat's. face'vwith the-stuff:? I'm :soriT,  ;Tdm,��������� to dd this, biit-,:I- can'ti:l.i.ve: the  old folks ^suspect -nie. ������������������ :7' ? ?' AAA, A??  ThunderstorrHB  In the course 0! ft recent paper, Professor W. J. Humphreys, of tii. U.S.  Weather bureau, -points out that, as  thunderstorms arc usually, if not always connected with large cumulus  clouds, It follows that a vlgorou. up-  ruBb. of air ls ii, necessary accompaniment of thunderstorms.   Further, if  the upward velocity 1 ������ the alt* ls as  much as eight me-tres per second���������and  it may easily exce'ed. this amount���������  j then no water drops, whatever Lhelt-  |8lzo, can fall through lt.     Thoso al-  ' ready email enough will be carried up,  while tbo larger drops will'bo torn Lo  bits, nnd tho spray thus formed carried uloft. ���������   It appears, then that the  strong upward currents of air within  cumuious   cloudii   necessarily   must  break up and-thereby positively electrify the larger raindrops.    Theso lu  turn doubtless unlto again, possibly  -inn'-y times, only to bo robroken and  still further1 positively charged. After  a time, tho drops of cburse, reach a  place where the uprush or air ls not  sufficient to support them, -and "they  fall ns poslilvsly charged rain, while  tho neg.ilively charged spray is blown  aloft, whonco arter moro or loss coalescence Into larger drops, It falls as  negatively charged rain, '.hough inucli  of the negatively charged spray necessarily remains aloft, where ic. Is,slowly evaporated.   Hence, tho bulk of.' the  electricity-brought down Is , positive,  nud hence, too, Lho heavier portions of  Lhe rain, and Lhe larger drops usually  arc positively charged, while lhe ncga-  Live electricity is mainly confined to  the lighter pnrt of the sro:im when the  drops, ns n rule, nre   comparatively  small.    This then, is the latest, and  apparently, correct idea, as developed,  by Simpson, of the origin of the great  amount of electricity in thunderstorms.  If it had a weak point at all, as Ilrst  set forth, iL was in (he assumption that  such storms are always accompanied  by a rapid uprush of air, sullieient to  split up the larger raindrops; but its  d.scussion seems to .lustily   the   assumption,.and thus fully '.   strengthen  tlio 02:'? weak link'in the 'logical chain.  MORE WOMEN THAN MEN  They Throw Off Disease More Easily,  That's the Reason  Tho fact that lu almost all civilized  countries women outnumber men has  been ascribod to the higher birth rat:  of girl babio?; yet statistics show that  105 boys aro 'lorn' to every 100  girls. According to figures compiled  by a European statistician tlie girl has  a better chance than the boy of attaining maturity.  lie finds that,from the third to the  fifteenth year the mortality for both  se$cs is tho same; from tho fifteenth  to the nineteenth year the-critical age  for girls the-girl's chances aro slightly better than the boy's; from Lho  thirtieth year to the thirty-fifth the  mortality among women ls smaller  than among men, and lt continues  smaller until tho seventieth year,  for a decado and a half, tho sexes  once moro imvo the same chance of  survival, hut abovo S5 years of age  woman again stands a much, hotter  chance than man.  1 To account for this difference the  statistician poinis out that woman has  greater resilience in shaking off diseases than man. It IsAruo that Lhe  physical strength of man is greaLu*  Llian .woman's but a woman's power.of  endurance is more robust.  One reason for this ls that woman  possesses a finer perception of her  .jpowor of endurance than a man, and  when her perception warns her of fatigue she slops. ' A mail'- does not  stop until his power is exhausted. His  nervous system is not as flir.-ly organized as n Woman's, and as Mosso, the  Italian physiologist, has poinied out,  -men and women are entirely depend-  ent-upon their nerves for caution not  to over-exert. While it is true that  women more' easily contract many diseases, particularly nervous and mental diseases, than men. they overcome  them wllh greater case...  rrrtr.  ���������A Well; ? my ;dear,A,said : Mr. ?Wiggins  on'the night of election?day, did you  vote'thls"morning?:- A??���������?���������??? : aa?:  ?I'; did, indeed,������������������^replied;.Mrs,--Wiggins?  I .not:only voted,'but T wro'te.oOutmy  reasons for?yotirig!asa:I- did en, tlfe, back  of the ballot and signed lnyhame. .You:  meiii:m:ay feel the need?of a secret bal-  jbr,,a but'-'- am,not afraid to?, have,, anybody know why I voted^or; why? ?'???:  jf UUllUW UUUJi  rounding ihe Martins' house, "and as  rapidly and as silently as ho could  Green hurried on, swearing to himself  at Billy Man for not having 'waited  for him. A few stops further on he  caught sight of his leaders dark form  crouching by ilie wall, and he was only  just in time Lo catch his -.arm as lie  (lew with hare and ready knife a'c a  waiting figure whose back was turned  towards them.  Why, 'that's Sneezer, he remonstrated, what are you a-dolng of, Mr. Man,  sir'.' ., '   ,  What, is the fool asleep fov, ther.?  growled Billy Man.  I wasn't, protested Crookes indignantly, turning round ana seeing who  had comp upou him;���������only I didn't hear  you, that's all,  Then you should have h?ard us, re-  Lorted Billy Man, and enforced., tho  Injunction with a .hearty kick 'that  Crookes accepted ns meekly us  Monday had endured the chastisement  ho had received. Now, get to work  riglit away, Billy Mail ordered'; we'll  wasUe no moro time.  Everything had beon carefully planned and thought out b?forohau<], and  iu a wonderfully short timo the window wns forced, the a as'.;, raised and  the Ihree men worn within. Very  carefully they closed tho window behind rli0111, and only careful examination of lt would have shown that an  entranco had been effected there,  The llrflt thing they did was to Jlnd  tho library; nnd there Green and  Crookes wailed while Billy Man, slipped silently to tlio front door, disconnected a burglar alarm which wns attached to it, and drow the bolts und  unlocked It, so that if lliey wore disturbed tlmy might liavo an easy way  of onenpo.  Tho wifo In the library was om- of  modern * construction and presented  coiuildei'iibh.' dllllcully even to mich ox-  port operators as Crookes nnd Green.  While they worked at It Billy Man  Who war, nol nkUh'd In lhe mechanical  branches of their pvol'OHPlon, went  prowling outside. First, of all, as already nn-iiiiRPd, he fiiHtoned tho doors  of Hlr .lohn Mni'tliii nnd-of tho mini-  HPi'vunt by tho aid of gimlolH ho drove  through the door into tlio iloorpiiHt;  and then lu1 begun to look Into the  oilier nioiiui to soo what he could pick  up worth taking,  lie had JiiKt found nomo rlng^ lying  011 l.!n- m'uilolptnc-i' tn Lndy Martin's  boudoir iuul had enmo out ngnlii into  tin- passage, when he heard 1. hoIkp,  and looking saw a stout, elderly gen-  tli-iiiini coining auk'Hy up the stairs  wlili 11 lighted candle. In bin hnud.  It wan Mir John Mnrlin who, ur it  :-  [7 Y; Effect of-Organlzation "y, ���������;' - A:  Papa���������Here, children���������all of,'you!  Here's a:f nicliel eaclvA,AI want, every.  pfie?'of .yoiutp^be in bed ..tonight'. bygS,  o^clock;* and doh't?you dare .to ;wake  .up: till-:breakftistAime tomorrow?m.qrn-  Ins7:.y7'yy-Y-Y77yy7y^yyy%  7 Johnny a (acting;: -as ^spokesman)-^  Caii't do?.it:dad;: we've: struck;?: aaA  ^SLKniiAl?JLAiaiaAdP:::vnii menn?"AA::A  a We =? want? more;' "pay;?: and - sljorter  Every Woman  Should Use  avesceriif <3?C������fl *  That splen:Md, pleasantly  bubbling tor.ic which stimulates organs una nc.s the  blood of impurities, Rosy  checks and vigorous health  reward , the dally use oi  Abbey's Effervescent Salt.  Take A Bottle Home  To-day.  toiiiiiiiiiiraii  SoH'liy drcu&ists atui  "Stores  titrougjiofii  ui-sr    Canada  25* c"  hours.  Minard's  Liniment   Cures   Gar_et  Cows  ln  ? -AA-Wliy-1' Duels'are Harmlesa ; ���������?:  A ? A.large proportion ?ot. the?: duels "hi-  Erance end without bloodsbeilA \Vhen,  the; offence? is'. Lot ve_y ?serious:'it?is'  agreed beforehand .that; the \vordsa of  cemmand"shall"be .given ;so .rapidly  that duell}-ts?;will not haye; time:  to  j,ake, good aim? :? -'Sometimes;'���������:.three.  shot's are 'exchanged"without a hit,:and  then the,seconds step-;in;and-'-hbrior  is?satisiied.    :At tlio?,word?'Fire!',the  .pistol -is raised; instantly, and; it must  ;be; discharged not lafcr thanuheaWord;  three? so the,spoed?with'wiric&llieso  words?are given?regulates?the time? in  which? it i A possible? :;to ."take -"aim?.:  ^rherefoye. tha:;speed:j!Witli which they  afe spoken is agreed! li'ppiv; beforehand"  this ��������� depending.upon ?the?s'?i'iousiiess?of;  the duel.  AThe:woi'ds.are,timed:mihl,  a? metronome. A: iff the';xnc6unterA: bt  Aery? serious f this? 'is? set' M?;the?'slpw-  a'bst- speed, a eighty Ai)edtsAa,:??minuLe;  ���������wrathrgitci^ti-me^oi^ti^  aimv"'���������-���������- A speed of 140 beats:a;miiuite?  ?allbws; rio?time?;for*aimihg^ 'and. there-.  ;foro is usedAvlien tho?a,ecpnds:coiisid-  ^r;?the duel ?Shouid be? made' as little  ?dar.gerous���������'���������as?!pQfi'slblo.;. ^.-���������������������������:.A'.-A.a-?-  The lady litigant had paid out good  money to clerks and bailiffs till she  was nervous about it.      ������      "  ���������  Who is that? she whispered Lo her  lawyor as a new funcLionary put in an  appearance.  That? that's the crier, tho lawj'cr  replied.  Goodness! Zim't I, do my own crying and save her?  There are no dead flies  about when, ���������  lying  are used as directed. , Al  Druggists,, Grocers and General Dealers sell them.   -  The Smallest Dynamo  A liJliputiaii electric dynamo, perfect  in every detail, but, weighing only a  quarter of-anl'ounc3, was chown at-  work before the Paris Academy of  Science. , Its constructor is a French  mechanician named Trevet. This dy- -  namo is three-fifths of an inch long,  half an inch wide, an-i three-fifths cf  an inch high. Tho coil is :. quarter ot  an inch in diameter, and is wired with  five and a half feet of sill, insulated  copper wire one-live hundredth of au  inch in thickness. A tension is in'  dicated of 3.5 volts by. a' current ol  0.2 ampere, but as Lo its power ther.  is 110 Instuun.nt sensitive enough, to  record it. While at work the lo.  machine made a sound liko the humming of a bee.-  ���������The?  ���������rRoyaPPunish.-flen-t- ���������  constraints    and    formalities  The cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, aud it can be got at any  druggist's.  Xo man or woman should hobbl_  painfully about because of corns when  so certain a relief is at hand as llol-  loway's Corn Cure.  Writing for Posterity.  A prominent. French critic,' lhe story  runs, once siaid to   George    liernard  Shaw:  The mnyor of a French town had,  in accordance with tho regulations,  lo make out 11 passport foi-.i rich nntl  Uglily.respectable lady of his acquaintance, who, in spite of a slight disfigurement, wns very, vain i -. her personal appearance. Mis mi Uro politeness  prompted him to gloss over the defect, nnd after a moment's reflection'  ho wrote among the items of personal  description: lOyos dark, beautiful, ten-  dor, expressive, but one ot them mis.-'  ing.  It Talks nncl Is Understood  Paw, what Is a unlvuniiil language'/  Paw���������Money, niy son.   -  AN OLD NURCE  Persuaded Liootor to Drink Poaiuir.  An old faithful mime ar.d an oxper-  loiifitil doctor, nro a pretty strong combination In favor ot Postum, liiiHt-ad  o_ tea niui po1_;m,  The (lootor said:  "1 began to drinkToRtum five yearn  ago on tho advtc. of au old inn-no,  "Uurliig an uniuuially In.sy winter,  botwKin ten, coffee inui overwork, I  became n victim of lir.onniln. ln n  month lifter bpgliinl.v, Postum, in  plnco of Liii ..nil coffee, I could ent  anything and ideop aa,Hpurully ns a  baby. ��������� ��������� ���������    *"'.*,'  "In three iiiohUih I had galar-l twenty pounds In weight. ,.'! nov use Postum iiltogciher Instead of'tra and coffeo; even nt bodtlmo Wllh a coda  onw'kor or snine oilier Tasty b'flculr,  "Having a littlo lendoncy 10 Diabct-  rs, 1 mini n small quant Ily of Kr.cchar-  Ino Instead 1* migar, to hwooUmi with,  I may ndd I hut today tea or coffeo nro  nover present, in our hoin>o nnd very  mnny prillr-nl-a, on   my   advice,   have  happened  had been  Killing up  very  adopted PoiUnn as tludr rega'av bev  . ,'   ... ...i.i,,,, ���������t   c.mno   Intricate   uc-| n--~(V  enilnlV nnd waa now placidly tuMni-i) <,>��������� conclusion I cnn athiuo. any ouo  way lo boil, fpnii' igiiuuni ul ibf ���������**-'-- (ti.ni. at a. Vflnybiti- lu.-urhbhu; and  Hint IiIh roof lihclteiTil tlirco such nn-| lu.I.VlM1uvngthoning bo<*rrag<-, there Is  The Ma'.; Car's Fireruniier ,  The lirst daily overland mail coach  arrived at St.'. Joseph, Mo., iifty-tS- 1  ycaiT ago last Friday, seventeen days  from Sacremento. The overland stage  was the successor of tho pony express  that had been established betwecr. St.  Joseph and Sacramento the. preceding  year, ar.d provided a through mail lino j  from New York to the Pacific coast.  Between the Misourl River, the western terminus of the railroad, and Sacramento the distance was traversed by  fleet horsemen, each of whom went  sixty miles. Tho riders wore paid  $200 a month,'but tho dangr.- from  hostile Indian-- was great, Tlio building of a telegraph lino to the Pacific  put tho money express out of commission, and the completion iu 1809 of  a continuous lino of railway ncrosj  tho continent ended the picturesquo  but comparatively slow overland stagecoach system. As a feeder to-tho  railroad, however, the stage continued  to havo a wldo���������sphcro of usefulness  .for many yoars, and has not yet entirely disappeared,  To See the Back of Your Eye  nclilm'. tho-eye, wlmt Ih willed (ho  retina, Is lined villi branching blood  vessels, and a curkniH but perfectly  Rimplo experiment will enable you to  see those. Placo yourself iu 11 dark  room, opposite a dnrk-colorod wall;  the:*, light 11 candle,and holding It Iu  youi* hand, move It up and down before vour eyes, all tlm timo looking not  nt. the can,llo but nt tho wall beyond.  After a llltlo practice you will too  appear on tho wall a groat branching  Jlgiiro In bliick on a reiltlls' surfaco.  Wbat you nro looking at Is fho shade .1  of these blood vohsi'Ih at tho back of  your own oyo. Perhaps tho moat  curious part of Lhe whole thing Is Lh.it  lho part, of tlie eye which receives  tho Impression of light must bo behind  these hlood vesaela.  So mnny pooplo hnve beon vaccinated ns Lho rcHiik of an outbreak of  smallpox In Stockholm that tho -supply  of vaccine linn beon exliuuBtnd. Sufficient vi.:clne for 100,000 persons hns  been ordered from ahroa''. Vaccination purlieu aro now fiifdilormblo in  Stockholm, UiiobIs i.ro Invited to nn  ���������at homo' nt li o'clock nnd the doctor  arrives nnd vi..elnuu'- tlfcm. When  thla la over tho gnoHtii (lino together.  which surround, royalty are.particularly trying to youth, and, while' the  Queen of Holland could never refer to  her childhood as being a very dull  one, as Queen Victoria In mature  year's described her own at Kensington Palace, yet when her Dutch Majesty was a little girl she-greatly preferred playing wiih her dolls to ut-  tcndlng to the ollicial duties that had  nlready begun for lier. If you don't  behave, I'll make you a quo?*.: she is  said to havo admonished an erring  doll.  Again, one dny she wns overheard  telling no of the dolls, whe evidently refused to tako a necessary imp:-���������  If you don't go to sleep, you shall'  go out tomorrow in a carriage, and  all, tho timo you shall bow right  and left to poop], who keep pulling  off their hats! So hurry up and off to  sleep!  You are putting on a "new^comedy-  Monday night.    Let,: -o, attend one ol  the dress rehearsals, won't you?  '    ���������  impossible, said    Mr.    Shaw.    My.  dress rehearsals are'always private.,  1 have to rofus. oven tho most disting-.  ulshed critics access to them.  But, said the other, I want Lo writo  a critical criticism. If I havo to  writo and telegraph it in a few min-  ule.-s on Monday night it will be very  hurriedly done, and I fear it will givo  a wrong impression of your comedy  to Paris the next day,  Havo no anxiety on that score, Mr.  Shaw replied. My comedies nro no-;  written for tho next day.  Minard's Llnl;,ient Cure,-, Colds, Etc,  Coal Loading by Vrcuum Pipes  Tho vacuum-cleaner principle Is  having now applications every dny;  but one,of the strongest It. for the'un*  loading of conl cars. A big Austrian  power plant is being equipped to handle u'l its conl by vacuum pipes. Coal  that Is graded according to Austrian  standards as dust coal and nut coal is  delivered in carload lots to the plant  and 11 great pipe Is dropped lino the  car. Tho conl Is sucked up through  this pipe and carried to the storage  piles two hundred yards away. Coal  for the boiler Urea La carried from tho  storage pile by other vacuum pipes  direct to tho lire and thero fed in by  mechanical nickers.  1  Force of Example*  Old lady (offering a policeman a  tract)���������I often think you poor policemen run such a risk of becoming bnd,  being -so coiibtantly mixed up with  crlnw.  Policeman���������Vou needn't fear, mum.  It's tho crlnilnnlH wot runs ihe risk 0'  bocomla' snlnts, lie-in' mixed up with  UH,  Tho BitrTjor���������Yom* hair Is very thin,  sir,  Tho Long Sufferer���������And you vo got  a wnrt (in your nos������> and ono of your  earn is bigger than tho other.  Ab Far ao Permitted  Jones���������If Mr. Oldhoy makes an?  such assertion 1 will denounce lilm i.a  a liar.  Pnsldont���������Mr. Jouos, I call you to  order. Our by-laws do not allow you  10 150 that far.  .loner,---Then I cnll Mr. Oldboy n Hnr  ns fnr nf If Is permitted by tho bylaws  ot this amioclatlor..  ������������������M        .���������-    i. ������������������  A now prliill'iK, gumming nn'rt perforating liinehlno.ln the bureau ot engraving nnd priming at Washington  turns out a milo'a' finished postiiKO  Htnrnps ovory flvo minutes.  Sister���������Why don'L you marry her.  Ih-otlior���������Shn has a slight   litipedl  ment In her speech.  Sl3toi--Wii.it Is It?    .  UroUiiT���������Bho can't sny 'Ves.'  What FIsheB Know  That flfih pofwoHH a cortnln pown  of roaijoii Is nlllrinoil by many who  hav'e studied tliem. They of ton loam  In rcon uni to lho volco of ouo win-  feeds them. KIbIi wlll congrognto ln  plncoH whoro food In habitually throwii  to thorn, lf a morsel proves too large  ro bo fiwnllowed, they haw been  known to dlvldo It on 1 nhnrp nlono.  'int1! "rmf'uri  Treatment: On ������,.?-!.���������,",;.,.!;  tho hands in hot water mul  Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint  with Cuticura Ointment, and  wear soft bandages or old loose  gloves during the night.  it world.   A tllifwl ttmfilt M ui li, trith M-pmm  n*  booklet on tin f������rt kml trmmtnt cl tho fVin nn-i  ���������flip, tnnt poiMMA. A'tilrfM l'utur Drug tb Clitm.  Corp., Dcpt. SOU, VOtUiB, V. 9. A,  <r- =r~__���������j /-..���������.:..j   W������ N. U. 964  desired visitors.  Hilly Mnn'H IiiipiilHO wnR to fly at him  nt once; but. 1101110 idea of priidenp.o  m 1 ,.,,n !,,, r,rv!f"-.--'f d mndo hlni  crouch down In the hope Unit Sir Jonn  WOUld     PI1KH    llllll     HllollHerVvJ.     Hut  Just an Hlr John rrnclieil th.' head of  the ifitalrK, It happened that Green  dropped, nomo tool with a nound qiiltQ  distinctly audible,  Sir ,Tnhn panned nnd listened, nnd  Billy Mini crouched hiwer \ilLh hia  hoon knife rer.rty in hl������ linnd.  Mrniiae, _ulil Kir Julia. I certainly  thoiinht--  Ililly Mnn pnarrd his tongue Hlowly  round hta lips. Ho was aliiwist oir-  Tain that Sir John meant ,0 descMiil  und If fo ho had deUrtnlntd he would  nothing eipm! to Postum.  Namo glvon by (innndlun ��������� istinii f'o,  Wlndpor, Out, Write foi booklet,  "Thn, road to WMlvlllo."  PohLii.ii roiiii"' ill iwo im inr..  nejjulnr (imibt be bolhd..  Instant Postum doonn't require bolt.  Ing but. In prepared InBtnntly ."./ Mlrr-  lag n levrd len������|ioo.iful In an ordinary  cup.or hot water, which makoH It rtgrt  fc. most persoiiB,  A ],\r\ t-.ip nii.ili'f* nw<\ a".d r'-,n:o  people who liko ������tron things put in  a large heaping npoonful m.ft temper  It, with a lnrgo Mipply of rrr-nm,  Rspprlment v.nlll ;ou know thn  nmount that pltnnes your pulato nnd  hiv*. It \oivoA that way lu the future.  "Thcro'u a Heimon" for Pon'iim.  Uuai'i <i������i������-i- ������������������������* -  -    .���������   ������������������ ,    .. ,  _>.,..i ..or-diii I" visit n golfing family  of nophnwH nnd iiIccob. At tea tno  fli-Bt nftornoor. someone managed to  stop talking long enough to a������k:  Well. Aunt Mary, and how did you  spend tlm morning?  ' ,     k 1  .���������, .  ;> '.'.A1.-' " ihr> ti nor    \  good'ni'any peoplo neemed u he nboiil,  and nomo of them culled out to mn In  a moat, occonlrlc manner. Hut I uui  not toko rtny nol loo of Unnn. Ami  oh my dear, I found such n numbrr  of' curious Milo round thlrigfl! I  brought them home to rusk you what  ihey are, ,   .  Hrr-upon Aunt Mary opened her  worltbflg anil proilucod twenty four  golf balls.    -Woistaif s ������anger Signals-  IW���������������  Hot fla.he8--di-_incBnl fain tint; Bjiella, lioiulaclio, beui'Inir-dowh  fooling nnd ills of n kindred nature���������nro iinture'n danger Bigimle.  'J ho leinuio uihIuiLmiicc 01 iu-Kiii.wiij b���������7,. uf lliva- c_!A _u. '..7.,,,  tl.tiuU hai'L hiu>,eib';,\e vr.re r.r.tl tiUcntitin. Oihcvvrlnc the. dellctvtn.  fcinulo conptilution coon hrcuU- do\vn.  "R,^ Pr- tree's Favorite prescription  Many * mun'a noiled charnetw Tias  been washed In a woman's teari.  /    for mora than 40 year* JiaiWn lenAlnnHtht'tillh restotiou tuft to tie.-  lands of women year after yenr tlirouehbut iU long lifo,  Thli wonderfully nuccMnful remedy Impart* utreriRlh to the entlro lyntem ���������  firtlculnrly to tho organ* dUUnctly feminine Nervei������rerofre>hcd, Tho "itnle.",  overworked Lualnru woman, tlio run-down house-wlfo, nntl tlio weary earo-wom  wotherof a famlly���������oll will (ruin utrentfth from tills famoui nreierlpllon which  40 Toara hu demonitrated iU effectlvencsi���������In liquid or tablet form,  SOT.P  BY DEALERS IN MEDICINES.  Wrltt Dr. R, V. PUre.'i Sptelalittt at tht InvaUJt' Ihltt-  Cut,tlOtiAiJliict Strictly  Con/lttintlitl-aml nn rSttrg-t,  Br. W������ro������'a Pleatont PoIUti ree-U(������ nnd Invigorate itomaoh, Mr*r  ���������Bd bow������l������.   8att_r-ooatod tiny urmtmlatt���������������aijr to tnka at Caudy.  nu  .1  .A  IS  t  ���������wi  n  v  1  I wmmmmmm**mmmm  ,.y "  Jfr^tfi*&fr������*1iit^&tMi^^  wmm  ���������A  ���������a  THE0 NEWS,   ���������C'JMCERLAXD,   JTR-ITISE   COLUMBIA.  NOTICE ia lior.by givoa .bit-.a\>\$i-  catien will bo mule to.tlu Superintend-  ; 'out of Provincial Police, Victoria for a  license to soil liquor by wholesale upon  thu piou-idca Bitudtrtl on Lot 6, Ukcli 16,  Cu.i.borlatidTowbfiito, Cumbei-laud, 13,0  "��������� O.ALI -MUSSATTO/Appiiowl.  IXitod ihia 1st day if Oo:6bor 1918.  . "���������  NOTICE ia htroby given thut on the ilrst  day of D o n'>ar next applicatiou will be  made to the Superintendei.t of r.oviioial  Police, Victoria, ferthe renowa| of tho hotel lioense to sell l-.quors by retail iu tno  lio :el known oo'lheLirno hote4, situn-odat  Comox, B.C. "       Gkoiigk M. Barlow  D.tedOotober I, 1913.  NOTICE is hereby jjiven that on l_e  , first day of November 191,3, application  will, be made to the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, fora renewal of the  r wlule.alc liqu ir license upon the prem.  ises known as Lot 24, Subsection I, Nelson District.  1'ii.kknuu. Bukwino Company,  D.ited October 1 st. lyij  NO HO a 'it lurch}- given ihat in tlm  flrut djy ot Dccoiuliot* next appliitit oiuul1  be made to the Supo int-emleiit <>f Provin-  o'.td Police, Vict -i in, Cur a r. ik-w nl uf tlio  hutoi l-<ouse t* sell liquors by, r-t.iil in  tlifl hotel kaowu ns tbo Union hoUI. situate at Ui im, B.C.   John N, M_I.i:oi>  Pa. d the Ist day ..f OotobiT, 1913  Union Steamship Co. of   B  .     TUE-S. S. COWIGUAN MILL SAIL AS UNDER   .'  "NANAIMO DENMANlSLAND.,UNrONBAY-COMOXROUTE  Leave Viineouver, Monday, at 8 p., in,    "  Arrivo Nanaimo, at 11.30*p. in.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 0 a. m.       Lo-ive Tuesday upon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday. 8 a. in,... Leave Tnosday, 11 a.'nu  Leave Nanaimo 0 p. in, Tuesday.   Arrivo Vancouver y.30 p.m. '  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive. Nanaimo.-  nw p.-m  Arnve Union Bay, Sundi$r6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  .. ��������� ���������  Arrive Comox, Suuday 8 a.m. Depart 4 pmi.  Subject tp cliange without notice.  ������������������������S>������������������^^^������(s)<s>5Xs>S>S^>������C ������������GX!)������������S������^ ������S&S&S������SiSm^&S^mB^  Jr.  K  NJTlCIi'U hor. by t;iv 11 that ou t'e  first day of I) cemlier next, upylio_to_ will  bo uiudo to 'ho Siiporiutisiidoitt of Provinoial  Police, Victori.-, for tho r'auowal _f tho hotel licouse to sell liquors by retail iu ilio  hole! known aa tho Kv.i-.ddo hotel,.situ ne  at Courtenay, 15. (J. 0. 11, Fkciinkk  1) ited Otfto'otr 1, 1913.  NOTICK ia' heroby giv������n lhat appli-  OA'.ion will be u.iide tn the Sujor  intendcut of I'n vineinl Pi.lice Victoria,  ��������� for n HiGt.se to ti'H liqtu.r by whol.eile  upon iho 1 rimiioi sitnnt <1 on r."tl_,  HIocK 6, CinilHr'tu.d To\v_site, Cuuilur.  land, 1'. C.  Joiim MAtioceiir, Applicant  Dated thU la- day ...'October, 1913.  NOTIOK is no-fcby Riven that,,011 tlio  first day of- D.cemh-r next applioali m vi'l  bo mado to the Stipcriiitonilent of l'ruvin-  ciul IVlice, Vi.toii!', for theronoivulof tho  hotel license to st-U lii)uors by, io*?iiil in the  bot-1 kntwi ns the IVibou hotel, situated  at Uiiio-i Bay 13.C,  Al.FUEIl R.UM.-U IIf)[t*jl!  '   Dated. October 1, 1013.  ��������� NOTICK i.\< hereby given tnat on the  firat dny of D-ceiubor ix-xt. appHuuti.m will  ., be insdn to the Superii tar.de it of Piovin-  ' cttil Police,' Victoria, for the ronownl oE.tlic  hot. 1 been 0 '.0 sell liquoia hy retail in tlio  ho,el luio rn as tho N0L011 bote], fiituitoii  at Unio.i Hay, B.C. ..on.v Fit.\sKii,|  Dafc.d October Is1-, 1913.  The Courtenay Hotel  Eviry convenience tor guests.  Tho Ooiitial Hotel for Sportemcn  1  None but tlio Best of Wines and Liquors  at ilie liar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  "      NOTICE.  To whom it may concern:���������-���������  This is to notify lhe public  that all freight, charges on bonded goods cleared at Union Hay  for tlie Comox Valley must be  paid before goods ctm be lorweird  cd. By order  Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co,  WATttlt   NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby (������iveu tliat  W. 0, Weeks and Ii, Dumdloi  Vancouver, IJ. 0 , will apply for  a liccnsu to take and use one. cubic foot of-water out ol! Conger  OiTftlc, whicli flows iu a North-  easterly direction through Lot ,}8  Newcastle District and empties  into l*anny Hay. Tho water  will bc diverted at  the Govern-  f 1  ment   Road   and   will be nad  for u'/iunfacltuiug purpose; on  Oic hnd tkiXTiJ-t-t ua N. JJ. poi-  tion of Lot 48.  This notice was posted 011 the  wound on the 2������;(!i dav of Aurr-  sj *~i * 1 *  net 1913, The application will  be filed iu the olliee of the Wntcr Recorder ut Nanaimo. Objections may bc filed witli the  Bni'J Water Recorder, or with  the Comptroller of water lightd,  Parliament Huildiugs, Victoria,  B. C.  W. 0. Wkkks  IJ.   DUNKZ.L  App'i<an*������.  n  9  \<KVJ   \V1  The-purest and b?st BEHR, aud  made iu Cumberland.  N.  _?iso3?iaz2:r'i������r.  , English 4 x BUItTON.alwuyB on tap      also, the famous MILWAUKEE ,  BKRltS���������Anhonser,  Bohemian, Sehltz,'&_.       "OLD GREY HEARD"  ��������� SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of ell kinds,  The linardiug and Lodging l)..pnrtiiie������,t. undor tlio immediate superintendence  uili!)Ai,u d Fir������t clas.a) in every i;ei������peot, .,��������� '  ATES,.  essBSEtmTssmisBsassgsS'  ;pi 00 por day upv/  ������mm3s������mE^������ms&$gm^ms  *.tw^*t  SHARE'S  o  .1'  XJP*  f rl  iy.  ss"  ia  a-  Ci'  Brewers' Dried Grains  i 1 1  Better,  Cheaper "Than Most Dairy Feeds'  JfaiKQ_fl__^^  Distributors       ���������   N \N AI MO,' B. C. '  _-,,_i^  offer ' )'ou. a safe, and   sound    investment   with a  good,return on ycur money as. well as an .enhanced value  from now on.  ,  A Company with ��������� NoPomotiomShares.   *  ACcmpanywith     ":   <vi   fiscal agency.    ,  A Company   that will- look solely to   the. well fare  of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at $1  foi" all   cash, ,or    on   the   easy^ instalment   plan. |  op send foi?' a Pposoeetus'to-day I  'A'  Y  %���������  ������������������ 'W,  " it:  f������  iV  '?;���������  t*i  <$���������  <s>  rr^��������� r���������"*a*ii*B*a*K-T  ���������j-t*v tejfijnv^ _ -^i.'vvum  ������  The. ; Mercantile ��������� General ,0 Agency-,    Ltd.  |  Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile. Co. ������Ltd_   . $  ���������-       - - -     - J*r  I  Head- offices : ���������  207, 208, 209 Uniou Bank Buildiiig.'^Conier View aud Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B. C.  Phone 3243      ' - Geo. Abbott, Managing' Director,  irjuwnmMui  Little cubes of.metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Null Said."  NOTICK  Any porson or poisons, cutting,  removing or t.'ikiiijf any l.locl-i-',  titnbor ot- wood, ol'iiny cU't-criptioilu  jolon'ging to tlio Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off llmlnml  of tbo fluid (Joniptiny, or nnyono  tippinp-rnhbisli of nny dpsoi-iptinu  iniywliovo upon tlio ('.nr.ijuiiy'?  laud will lm prosecuted to tlie full  uxtout of llie law,  W. I*. COULSON,  General iilnnagor,  Co Uiery Co,y,  NOTICE.  iliding on locomotives and   rail  way earn of  tho   Union  (lolliory  Company by any  pei'soi.   or  ]iur������  sons���������except tuin crt'W���������iii strictly  prohil'Ued.    JCmployceH  r.ro suh-  ioc la rlismiriHal for allowing (jam-  By order  W. h, COUI.SON,  Ucucral Manager.  /yh^f%,  '    "We .Build -Homes ancl Make Loans."  (������;  ts)-  Cj)  IJI)  SSXi)  Kwnmtitmtmrmmvtnii w+* wiibw ���������v**nmtam.ui ���������������������������"  KntMti*mmi%'tm*M mUmvz.'n^Jmmi.x.m  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICE U hereby pi ver, that  on lho lai duy of December uex',  application will bo ma-do lo the  Superintendent of Proviimial pel  ico tor u liccnBe ior Uio eulo of  liquor,by wholesale in and upon  the promises sitiatcd in tho (own  of Courtonay, B. C, known anc*  doso jibed us Lota GO.and 31, fc?ou-  lionOl.  Dated Ihia illh day of Oc obcr  101B.  UMON BRKWJNG COMPANY  Lid,  John jMi'rocelii, Manngor  Applicant  LIQUOR ACr, 1910.  Section -l!_.  NOTICK ia hereby given lhat,  on the lutdiiy of December next,  applicatiim will bo mado lo' tlie  Siipciinlundent of Provincial Police for renewal of lho hotel licence  to cell lhjuor by retail in tlm ho'e)  known a������ tne Malaspimi llot.-l,  -iUiiilo at Lnnd, in lhe Piovinceof  IJriliah Culuinbin.  Dated ihit. 8H1 day of October,  WU.,  FHKI) THULIN  Applinnit  Violin Strings, Talking machine needles imd Victor Records  for sale nt the Npwp office.  Don't  forget   to   place   your  next order for printing with us.  ggr OLD XEWSPAPEUS l-'OR  8ALK  AT TIHS OFKJCB ^&}t  OIVK US YOUR NKXT OK  DJilt   I/OK JOIi   l'UJNTJN'f;.  LKiUOR ACT, 1910.  Section ������)���������_.  NOTICE U heieby givon lhat,  on tho IA day of December next,  application will bo mndo 10 thn  Superintendent of Piovinnul Pol -  ice for reni'W.-il of the hotel licence  fo sell liquor 1-y leiuil in tlm lo cl  kuown h. tht-* WiiiiAW* Huli-l, *-i(.n*  nio at Ciitnplell River, in the Province of ItrUiiihCiilunibiii.  Pfied t!,i.. Hth diiyof OctoWr,  l-Jl'd.  C11ARLKH TII I'I. IN  'Apl-lieiiiii I  ADVERTISEMENT.    ,  NOTICE is hereby given thnt nn  Action haa boon raised againet the  Prudential A-humncc Company  Liu-iled, 71 Ren field Street, Glasgow, for [ayment of the fum of  ������181, being lho proceeds of the  Policy No. 'If)78-I6 wiih,paid Com  puny on tho L'fo of John .Tuck, 97  Langlfind. Rou-.l, Govan,-Glnsgow,  and that tlm Shf-iifl' of tlm County  of Lanark, Sen"lnnd. ha_ ordered  advortisoiiient of notice of Ruid ac-  tion by interlocutor, aa follows: ���������  CHapgow, 19ih Hcpte.-rihpv, 1913.  Holds the fund correctly ftnicd ui  iho Petition, and in ro'peet Uie  Pursuors and h'ominal Raifieri'  have,, consigned , ihe. fund ii: -,h*i  hands cf the Ch-ik of Cmirl Exon  era nnd diM'hargos ihem of all  elaiiiis in the .action. AppoinA  intimation of lho Action lo le  in .uio by Adv(!r,i-ciiient pul.!i������ind  oiu-oin a New.pupor e.irculnliii! in  Cuniberlund, Vancouver I-liud,  Btitibh Columbia,Canadu, and np-  p ajnln eliiiiiituiU in lho fund to  lod'ic'heir cl'iima with the Clerk  u{ Court within ouo month, from  the date of mich ndverliueireni, und  sends the enso to the ndjualmei.1  roll of llilh Novuniber i.e.xt.  (Signed)  \V. ii. Scott Moxcimv.T  Aucun. MoMautin,  t\   ..I.i.   i '-yj ��������� t ,t.   1 ��������� ,  III ItinuH l) *.-.r(-v������ iii/iic*.* ia hi,-.'.- hj  given of baid action nnd of eaid in  letlooulor.  LOWNDES ,v, RKNWICK  'ii   liitlll S1T-I1 , M. It-gUW,   SlliiVll-  ors for Real Rai.������er.  i  NOTICE ,TO CONTRACTORS  Powi'i.r, Utvi-u LOck-up.  EALK!)   TKNIjEKS,   buperscribwJ  SEALU  "Tcik  Siyvtunl Lund Diilriiit.  Dittiiut i>f i.'nwunl.  TMiV, NOrifl:: i|.;it Clur].* l',uM ot  VitnO'iuVAr, H. (',j iici-iijjiiti.'ii ooiitnio'er,  ii.Uin.li lo . ;j,ly tr i.ti.a: .1 a in \iuv-  nb"t\< diojoft ti'um (li-'t'iljiil lauil-i--  Coii.inci e'lia at i |>'"t ptari,.'."l n* lit  H-.utli n-nl cdiijci of Jut ."'Ty. Ih'u ������i ui'si  <iii������lin!i i, tinmen fo nh SH cln'im, \)i.i..r'  i-i.- .     ' ii   ',. '.ip ���������'.< ��������� t.i'.* '*  *'-'* '���������' i,i ir i  (mill.    ' '  ! ,n-r -j !:i-i'i.  der fir Powell River Lnrl:-up"  will be rr.i civofl Liy tilt Honoun'-le du.  Minister of Public Works up io noon A  W-iinosd.iy '.be ljili d.iy of 0'.*i. it)'- ' <���������"  ihe conversion of present vScliool-ii.it.:',:  al Powell River imo a luck-up, con.-:i:i-  ble's cj'iaiters and - Coun-.jom.  Plans, !.|)C_ilk.-alioii*., conliacl and  forms nt lender may be ������oen oe. in.I after llm l!>t tlay of Ottoliei 1913, at 1 he  oflke of Mr. J. I'.iivd, (loi-einmcril /\-  jient, 'Junibi-rland, il, C; lhe Piovin-  rial t'uom,ril)|(.*( ^ at 1'ovvei! .:l\u ;  or ihe DeiJ.iii'.p.cnt of pibliu Works,  \'ici'-ii-ia, Inu.'i-diii}; icnHcrei-i .;,:i, for  the ^'iiiii'if ten dollais ($10}, obtnin oik;  copy of tlm niiius am! spec.i.'.aioiia Ij  applyin(; lo th.': imdetJiijjneil, ulmh Mini  v.ill ne ri'lii'idc-il tjfi 'lit-.i; 1 .-i-ini ir  jjood order,  l_:irli |:in|iihal 11111,1 bu nrxomp.i"1.-!.  by an acci-.ainl bunk rhe i'.. or  ������������������������������������riri  rate oldi'po-it on ,. clinrte"*.!  bank c.r  Canada, m,.do jiay.ibi--! to ilie 3! n-y.  ,A.h; thi' M mister of 1'nbl'n, Wnrl- -, foi   ���������  ���������tm,  r^iniil in J--  1 ������-i cqnt oi'.he lender  wHclMbrill lit Ioi f..-i 1 I'd if tlu nitriy '.' "���������  demif di-i-iine  tc   (iiier   into   .'unmet  when called itfun i<> An 11, or it he la ;  tn (.oniplctfl   llie    it ni k Oiiili.'iried   for.  'I lu* chtfjnes or ri.nifical'.s of deposit ol  uiimicci-ss/'iiI ii'mlew!!-' vill  bo reunnea  to  then  upon   ihu   t>.������cutini.   of  the  . ,���������,,it.ii  ;\-;k'u-- nil! iiul Us i.on.idvun'. unkti  n\,\Ac om. on the   form-,. upplicd, sijjued  V,th the-v:ti:al si;;ii.-iti<ie of ib������_ irndei*  cr ahd   ti'i.losi'd in ihu c-mtlopes furn.  islird  The I.iwcil or any tender not neec^.it  ily acrcpted.  J. K. <',|!|f-'KITM,  P'lblu- Woik- Mnyii.p**  f)cp,iitinp������it of Publir Wo'ks,  Victoria, li. C, fjc-pu-mlicr jnili, i<;i *,  nm*i>t.m*i*.*.'*r>i  :,{j,t % .v. f.ti",n.,Vr ">i a  1,1 i,MM������"iii-iit r. ill di-i .p  .".-.'III ������������������'''���������"���������"i ��������� ���������/, ;-.." iiAli';,!.,,,.',    ittlfi,,..,.'   .  ������ I   it<:.,irri.,i 1,111, ��������� I.i, i-lr nt timr-'uf      ���������-, - ������������������ ���������  '-'   "''��������� ,,                 .                ������',!.-.:-,'l ill-lux HRff. vi!   <-Mttlj.   'a   ���������  I'i'Mil.i. 1 I'lV'iY I ��������� !. ,.'A .   PiM !','ii.l cinii-i'l,,!-* cp n-A.) ������i   -t  I' mI't  M i, i,i. .;,,  \ (.���������-, 1 .1. <���������.;'..��������� '.'     '���������' ��������� ' 1 i'n.    ' .������������������ ,���������".'' ���������  ��������� it ������,_i ,]jn,. in I,   ii|ii������ i ���������!������������������'��������� .'n--.  ".  - ������?OJit f..Alton., vo.  JJ..UI jjii' 1. 11, j.'i.. I....__-..������ 1; .,,1.<���������-              :.r.m\Ont  l',     \  i������K*������ *���������> ���������'Cr'^-JS-W  .. vt*������ *? ���������,* *.,'-v_-.v<.-4-*-  ������**& ***+*iar-'.*ni'"-*T-,t  ^.���������.l^rrvV *^������-^*ci--^  ft-������-_-_-__^V-*������~-ba&^^  THE NEWS. TTnirKT!T?T;A,lSrn. K r  k  MB-n���������l'*-"1'"  ���������  THE AMERICAN  BISON  of  'AS Ul������gg<  That*- Why  You're Tired���������Out  Sorts���������Have no Appetite,  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put yon riglit  in a few day;  They do  tlieir duly.  Cure  Coruli-  pativn,  Biliousness, Indigestion, and Sick Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  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THE  Insurance  EXCELSIOR  Incorporated 1689  LIFE  Compa.y  [Th* now ExceVioi policy eonlmcta ������re tlie best for protection,  $_v������tracnt,  lo Movidit fundi (or liquidating mortgtg'ei, etc'  Money to Lota  Vacancies lor ������senti giving eithsi entire or tpnre timo  'Apply to Provincial Ollicei, Winnipeg, Edtnoulod, Su'iilcon,  V������ncovTcr or to I(������d Oifict, Toroalo  Dockyard of Solid Rock  The- New SouLli Wales Govcrnmont  ilochyard on Cockatoo Island in Sydney harbor Is hewn out of .-olid rock.  Historically Gocltntoo Island is of  much Interest., au 11, was Ilio ���������ilo or a  larv,o prison In Hie days wlien Rrilisli  convicts woro doiiort.'d lo Australia,  The prespnt. olIlcciR oi. tlio island aro  lu lho old prison buildings, tlio htoni'  wallsi, burred windows and iron .doon-d  cells bolus .still In evidence. Tlio  formation of ilio island was orinliuilly  qultn unsuitable for a dockyard, as  the solid rock roso slut r from the water to a height ol' sixty to seventy  foot. liy iising conv'cL labur, however, lho ronlf was Ki-ndiiiilly out linr-l-  Ilrst In permit 1.1m bulldliii; of -..ravin.;  dnc-ICH and laior lo ni'ilso room for  bullrtliiK slips and iihopH noar water  level. Tlm work lias boon continued  until ui. prom-nf Iwo-thirds of Ilio  total nri'ii or Ihli-ly-Uiroo acres has  been brouul.t lo a jii-iu-iifMilly uniform  levfl oT iilioui. fifteen foot abovo liif',li  tide.  Giiliiiiaii, Alabama, is said lo bo the  mont pi-nHjii'i-oiiH township lu th" world.  It Is nald 11ml overy nian In tho (own  who Ih tlu> lii'iid oi n family has a clear  tlile deed or owiu-nilil]) to liln home  and every ouo of llmni has a bankliiK'  account, Co-opr-riitlvo . inini; In  practised In lhe county.  My ancestors cann  ��������� ove  rln  llie May-  llowi 1,  Thai  ti nothing;  my father  (W>. CI'Uil-  cd fiom au non>: lau  o.  Si!''  ��������� ycj.i    can't  lish  mu  h-r   ihnl  bi'liliu*  *l on won'i  ry  >i hit  I-.  "  Willi  it, now, don't  J nil  know nil llm  IIhIicb  Ilock nnilor h  civ  o Ki  >l  In out  of Ihe  ra In.  Vast Herds Once Roamed   Over   the  Prairies of the West 'and South  1   Out of tho one-timo vast number of  bison that roamed and held the great  American plains us their own, there  remain but fow,  ' For unrecorded ages the bison held,  all tlio fertile grazing land of this  country as tlieir own. The greater  part of these herds werean Uio south  and West, but. whon Europeans began  to settlo' in America small bunches of  the animals were occasionally found  near tho Atlantic coast, though they  were generally rare everywhere oast  of iho Appalachian Mountains. From  Kentucky across tho continent to Nevada, from tho Great Slave Lake on  the north to Georgia and Mexico on  the south, the bison wandered ���������in  jnighty droves, migrating as snowstorms and droughts dictated.  Wide, rolling plains blackened as far  a_ the sharp eyes of lhe sctl-ers could  reach with huge, shaggy, humpbacked  beasts, bellowing, lighting and pawing  the earth until It trembled as though  an earthquake approached.  It Is almost impossible for the averaged person of today lo realize what  the numbers of these herds amounted  to, though an Idea may be formed  from tho statement of Golonel Dodge  in a report to the United States National Museum. .In lr.aktng a journey  through Arkansas he passed through a  continuous herd of buffalo for twenty-  llvo miles.  The whole country appeared -lo be  one mass of buffalo moving slowly to  the" northward, he says, and it was  only wlien actually among thom that  it could be ascertalned'that the apparently solid mass was an ragglomeration of innumerable small' herds of  from- fifty to two hundred animals, separated from the surrounding herds by  greater or less space, bul still separated. AVhen I reached a point where  Uio hills were no longer than a milo  from the road, Uie buffalo on the hills  seeing an tumsua'.'object in their rear  turned, stared an instant, then started  stampeding ar.d bringing with them  the numberless herds fb.ough whicli  they passed, and pouring down on mo'  all tho herds, no longer separated, but  one immense, compact mass of.plunging animals mad wiih frig"..I and as  irresistible as an avalanche. Reining in my horse, I waited until the  front of the mass was within fifty  yards, when a few well directed shots  split the herd and sent it pouring off  in two streams to the right and left.  When all bad passed they stopped,  apparently satisfied, many within- less  than one hundred yards. ..From Abe  top of Pawnee Rock I could see from  six to ten miles in almost overy di-  rectior.. This-whole .pace was cov-  ���������"erjd������������������with���������buffalor-lookiiig-at-iu-dis--.  tance like .->. compact mass.  I'Yoni careful information il" wns estimated that this herd comprised at  least four million animals. It is dillicult now fo realize that these animal,  were often a menace to wagor. travel  on the plains, besides stopping  railway trains and at times throwing  tliem from fli* track'.  The buffalo is an animal of a rather  low order of. Intelligence and his dullness wns one of the l rime factors in  his phenomenally swift extermination.  Being exceedingly slow to realize, the  existence and nature of dangers which  threatened his lifo, ho would often  Quietly stand and see scores and even  hundreds: of his fellows' killed with  seemingly indifference.  Regularly as winter camo"on llieso  animals moved to the southern part of  their range, much the same as do cor-  lain spocles of birds. Upoli reaching  their winter pasturage thoy" scattered  and at. the end of the season, returned  north In less conspicuous herds, Thr/  traveled much faster than ono would  suppose from their ungainly appear-  unco, and rarely followed any bin their  own well beaten paths.  When .froo from lco, rivers ns wide  na a mile were crossed wltlioul. hesitation; In winter the coiulilut-il weight  of Hi ij herds often '.roko the lec,  drowning numbers,  Soft, muddy places  pools wore sought by  where they rolled and  Uiey had comploiely  selves with mud, wh'cli when baked  In tho sun, formed nn offocllvo armor  against tlm attacks of annoying ln-  Rec,lK.  Seen after ilio vasl her,hi of buffalo wciv so ruthlessly slaughtered  Koine wilier onot whr had llm good  of (lie country and lis people, at hcnrl.  hogiiii to reali/.e the loss and the pos-  Hlbllliiis of a ci-nss wiih these animals nml 'Inn estlc cattle.  , So ilif'i'p Iiiih sprung up a new breed  of animals, the cu train, which prom-  Itot '..<i surpiiHs even ihe buffalo In  hiirdliciu and desirability,  One of lhe ureal est vali.es of tlm  new hived ls -that of u range nuliiial  under conditions where ordinary cattle do not thrive. Whenever thero  Iii HUlllcioui number of tlifhn iwiliiiiilH  It is held Umt they will eonipeie with  cattle on any footing and more than  hold their own In the production of  beef, io say noihlng of snlnal-le rohc-i  and lenilii'i-.  They uro chiiracterl'/.iMi hy great  slue, being heavier Hum cither nice  from which limy eunm, They are ahio  very bii'Ay and have roiii/trliable. fending i|-,ialltli-s, Their .wdlimi'ii Is In-  dicit'ed hy the fact tliul tlio.' cun live  ,Aiti���������i ;!,.. !:, !. i | ��������� -... " ��������� '���������> .'.'.��������� rei'"-l  wWh uo f'-.oil imt 1'viir.n. Thev herd  In (lrove-i and do nm  separate us do  Your fuel bills will be bwersind you'll J*  get more heat, evenly distributed.all over the  house, if you install a McClary Sunshine Furnace.  .The Sunshine pays for itself in a very few years  by the saving it effects. Call on the McClary dealer  or write our nearest Branch for full information.  ,        - ���������> 301  r\  His Lordshlp'3 Buard  A certain pe;,y, who had a very lon;.;  and vory bushy heard, had dismissed  his valet Tor the night. Shortly afterward, however, he was much annoyed  to hour poato ot laughter from below,  and.called back tl e. man to explalu.  The vukt answered that it was just.  a littlo joke; but his lordshi* would  have none of It, and. demanded the  details angrily..  Well, admitted the man, with ro-  luctanco, it was really a little gamo  we were having my-lord.  What game?  .Well,  my lord, a kind of guessing  game.  Don't be' a fool, Waters!  guessing game were you  Guessing what?  We blindfolded lhe cook, .to tell the  truth, my lord,.' and then one of us  kissed her, and she had to guess, who  ic was.. The footman held the mop up  and'.she kissed it, and 'then cried out:  Ob,-your lordship!     How dare you!  What  playing?  REMINGTON   CO.-IN "WINDSOR  Big .Arms and.  Ammunition1 Concern  Builds Branch Factory in Canada  '  Caiadian endorsement of quality ivi1'. VRAaN}\ --��������� ciiekf.y.  loaded shot sbjclls has .brought   the  Asking a.Favor  Cau 1 bel'.ovo my eyes! exclaimed  Mr. Timklna as ho confronted tho bur-  Slur. Mr. Tlmkins had been sent  down in the middle of the night to Investigate a strango noise, which proved to bo tho family .silver in process  of packing up.  The burglar reached for his gun, but  Mr. Timkins grabbed the hand instead.  Don't, he said, gh-lng the hand a  cordial shake, you, don't know how  much lam interested in you. Stay  awhile. 1 want vou to meet Mrs.  Tlmkins.  While you're calling a cop! Not on  your 'life!  retorted the burglar.  No, said Mr. TImkli.s, I just want  you to slay while I call my wife. She  has beard you at work every night for  twenty years, and this is the first  chance she'_ ever had to sec you.   ,  Stat9  ot   Ohio,   City   ot  Tolndo.     \  T.,ucas County ��������� J " ������i  Frank ,T. Cheney makes oath that ho Is  Frnior partner of the firm1 of F, J.  Chen-- & Co., doing business in tlio city  of Toledo. County and Stale aforesaid,  I ni t Hint said, linn will pay the sum of  ij.iS JUTNDR13D DOLL/ ..S i.r each and  every case of catarrh that cannot be  cured bv the uso of Hall's catarrh Cure.  nml shallow  those, animals,  wallowed until  covered   ilmni-  Reinington-Ar.as Union Metallic Cart-  ridga Company across the border wiih  tho first ammunition factory to b.  built in this country by United Stares  manufacturers to supply this market.  This big arms-and ammunition concern, now n.eav.-g its one hundredth  year of business c.ctlvify, has iLc principal factories at 'Bridgeport, Conn.,  U.S.A., 'win.re ammunition is made,  and at llion, N.Y., U.S.A., the home  of modern.arms making, Up lo this  year the steadily increasing Remington business iiv Canada has been handled frorii the home factories, but of  h.fe our dealers and sportsmen have  made the-"1 demand so strong that early  in 1913 the company's Executive Boar.:  decided to build a branch factory on  this side of the lino'.' _Windsqr,'0ntar-  "io, dffcTcd aWaiua'ge'.rnre-a���������centrat  dtslributing pol and as a skilled labor market and early in .1913 a factory dtc consisting of over one hundred acres was purchased thoro. -  ,,  The-.problem Uieu was to rush the  plant io early completion and install  an equipment capable of pi-oilucin;,- ammunition of the same high i.u.ilily demanded in the strict 'homo factory"  inspection. Th. order was given to  spare no expense' in provding for lhe  expeditions filling of the unusually  h..avy orders of tho year. A large  force of workmen was recruited and  livo months from Iho day lbs first  ground was broken Windsor boasted  a strictly modern nmmuniiion fi-iclnry  equipped w'th fho latest improved mn-.  cLInc-i'y, n ballisiic range and chronograph for I eating ponol ration, velocity,  pattern, etc., togelhoi with powder  magazines . n-i storage wa-ohoiises.  Builder!, who watched the -jocmlngly  mnglcnl creation of the splendid plant  In nil Its. completeness c.V.-.lm that ���������.  remarkable record was r.indo in V. -.<  eroefiot. nnd installation work.   ���������  Two railroads havo built switches i.i  lhe factory door and,."aero is a direct  connection wllh the lake routes so  Uml overy facility I; afforded for  prompt shipments. Deliver!.,!--, o'- iho  famous Arrow,'Nilro Club and New  Club speed shells are already b?iug  inn do from lhe m.\v factory,  Sworn  to  beforo  me  and  subscribed  ir. liii- presence,  this Gth clay of December.  A.!")-,,  1SS6.  (Seal.) ' a.   W.  GLKASON,  Notary   Public"  Halls Catarrh'Cure ls taken internallv,  ami    acts    directly   -on  the    blood mid  mucous surfaces of    the   system.    Send  fcr  testimonials   free. ,i  -,    P. J.  CHUNKY &-. CO., Toledo, O,  'Old   by  oil  druggists,   7f>c.  .fake  Hall's Family Pills for constipa  tion.  The -Dog  and  the  Lobster  A Scotsman was strolling through  the mark-..-place' in Glasgow one di.y  and close at his heels followed his  faithful collie.- Attracted by a line  display, of shell and othti iisliAlhe  Scot slopped, to "admire, perhaps-to  purchase,. ��������� The. dog stood by,'gently  wagging its'tail, while ils m.ister engaged the fishmonger in conversation.  ,^Uiif_oilun_a!cl^  dropped for a mom.:it-. over .v big  baske-il'ul of fine, live lobsto'*s. Instant"  ly one of the largest lobsters snapped  ils claws on tbe tail and the surprised  collie daslnd off through the market  yelping its pain, while the lobster hung  on g'riiuly, (hough dashed violently  Trom side to side.  The fishmonger for a moment was  speechless with indignation, then,  turning to his prospective customer, he  bawled:  Men! mon. wluisilc lo yer Jog;  whustlo to yer dog!  H-oot^, mon, relumed the other com-  plaecnuy. whustlo to yer lobster!  Advice fo Farmers  SUMMER COMPLA^IS  ,  KILL^UTTLE ONES  At lluit sign of llln_..a A.; Ing the  hot weather give the littlo ones Baby's  Own Tablets, or In a few houro he mav  ba beyond curt*. Thcao Tablets'wiil  prevent summer eoiiiplalr.U i[ given  occasionally to the well chll.i and will  promptly'cure these troubles Jf tlioy  come on uuddeniy, Uahy's Own Tab-  lots should always be kepi in eveiy  homo whore thero are youn... children,  There is no other medicine as good  and the mother haf. the gunrniilee ol-  a government analyst that thoy nro  alsolutoly ftiifo,     The Tabic l;i are sold  ��������� ���������" _. ...    ,   ib;  medicine dealers or liy mall nt 25  Minard's   Llnlmnnt  Cure   Diphtheria i CPnlH ��������� b()s n,0]n  Thl? ,-,,_  wm|uua.  Isaac's lioii.-ie was for sale .-ml hoi  lold his friend Ah ruin nhoiu an onYr  he had had. !  Samuel  Uwlnskl said he vnuld glf  mc flvo foil t.i ml tollnrs vnr hit.  i    huh!  Abraham grun'led si-ornrnlly,  j lie nln'di got lire lolln-.'H io his name  - ho can'di   buy  idl,  Veil I know ho caiuU.     Hiu Idt van  a  mlglil-   llur; offer.  Medicine Co.,"'Brockville, Out.  Spel  Em With a 'W'  Young Wonitii, (al   her   i\rtl   ball  gumc)--Do  look  ut    ' v*  funny  tiling  thai, man's got over Ills I'ucc  bird e.'iiv'1  Iler Uncoi'l-Nol  oxtict'.y.  kci'ii the fo ul f out.  Pride  I understand (hat. ilr.ri. are two rival social tow, Iiv this' town.  Yes. One sc-l ls composed of people who liu\e undergone opeinlloim  I'or iipiionillclili and tlio others liav.i  luul the children's ndenolils I't-uiovcd.  ii  It's to  Qualified to Spsak  Arnison���������Yoii seem to know n lot.  about��������� Iho Iih and outs of politics,  I)i.-  M,'ui!stng"-I  ought  to;   I   have  been one of Uu- outs for twenty long  inr.1 hungry yea  ���������  Cynic!    j       .|,||(,      A|) lt.0|._I,.s      SVl���������1,|,.|f���������||      01(J  An Oil That Ib Prized Everywhere. ,/-,���������,, w!ml i(m, wt)| oiinltlt- a I'.-llow  ��������� ���������-nr, Thomas' Kclccirlc oil was imt|,0 H1M. |��������� ��������� ,,i,.| ..,���������i |,f. WS.(!V ,,���������w |31J.  upon  the  markcL without   any  (lour- j for0i  lt.li over thirty yeiirn ago,   I_ waH juit i    ,y\u, oniooker--.\\> doubt;   bul,  ip to iiiei'l Ilio wniilM of il fitniill too-] r<|lin||v  WOiiili'rfiil  wlml   !l   won't  .Ion, but iiH-Hooii ns Its liu'viM bcciinic  known it liti'l ti whole conlincul. I'or a  Held, am II is now known nml prized  throughout tills hnmlsphci". There  It nol li Ing ei'itnl lo It,  It'H  lol  hlni see lhat hc'H too later.  r>0e a I ox er six boxes for .2.50,  nt nil rictilcrsi or The Dadils MtsrJi���������  clno Comp? i y, l.ii���������|ii������-d, Toronto,  Cin.-irli ll  W, N   U. DG'l  lll.lllf Hill!   call If  under the !-*iow  lllile   to   Pi'lHlun-  a   sir.-'iiin,  being  In winter thoy dig  for food They are  mniio (llstniifi! from  able  In   lo  wlllioi.t  ;���������   .. ., , )...,,,  .,-.  ll,,. .,, il.ivn  The biifi'iiln or anything iicrlalnliig  ro lilm Htitndii out boldly against  Ibo  most jdcliii'.aiii.u.i hni'iigt'oiiinl Unit our  country affords, being asaoclalnd with  lho Indians, Uie I'anioiH early oxplor-  ith iind   ic'iloi'/i mid  hhitoric  .spoln,  Avlih iiiicli iioi'tlc nud ilniniallc kci-uoh  ; ,i;i mny ii'-v.-r ai'.uiu ne witin-.--.-;.-d, Hi-  ', is aiid alwi.yt, wlll be the lending uni*  i uuu' r'n iii ,ti'"-. in tl." port I a) lug of llie  I rally day.-, of thiii countr,\, and for this  '���������ini.>  ililug   th,-  ri'iiiiiniii   of  hln  oikc  I    Miss Aiuiy   lUn-iiHieln,  daughter of,  lib" Danish prime minister, bus Herveil  ; three- vears' iippu'iiuivninp um a juin-  ,,,-:.    ,-;ii,- !,.,���������..-. !..���������< AnV.    In a-i lurll-  lute svlun.' she b iivm-d cni-vlng of various Itliidw.      One ol' thu first plecca  of  work  which  h!i<* llni*>ii"d, a small,  box, was iiurchnscil by  Uie ili.wii-.trj  f-iiipn.'������ of UiiHslu.  nomnln on Tc|.  l-'rli'iulH an' fdlcr i-lil/cim. I rise io  toll you ull-  Then iIn1 bo-- he Htti.ii' on  tumbled;  ho li������ only rl'/ to full.  Hut nl 111 lm mad.  Mio hem of It; I rlHi.  ���������';a'7ia t.) drop  Tills hint: WlK'ii ynu hav,' rU up high  I .- ;-i||-i>   to  ' Hi \   nil  tup'  Why, my dour man, begun tho doc-  for, I hop four empty wlno bottles  Htuudliig thoro ninl yd I only gnvo you  poriiiisHicui to drink one bottlo, Ih th .t  no, doctor'.' replied tlio patient, I  motif hr.venuid- ri mlmnko in counting.  in I glit.v  t'(-|--.!-d.  HlUK'n.  l'ill-1'  :l|Hllbl   I-:  II.   KfluI  cai'i-fully  pi-.-  In   l-'unn  and  to  Vi'i U,    I  you much  Iiiil   Alllll       liit-.'p.ilnl ���������  .diall litu li.- u uiilh.uici  bnu'A'r.  ,    Ncplii w in  111.i' Ui,���������.'. aiini; you know jou will.  r t* ��������� a      V * n  Tbo Man Who Drives.An _  Her Fiaurc | Automobile FJnele  lie fell lu lo..' rtlth h.-r n.;uir, I ffip ffi^T J& ffi^  Xo v.'.iidi'i-, lur filn- wa1 ii pearl;,      j *mw my*\**St^*, flT^  Ilo ahook ������t ,!,-.. Uunighi or proposing !    ^XTr^ 1&M,^^\^  Slh   i,. - lilf'i f,u (U   nu;  01 /i.lth. ^13____-2-i   <-i'wt-iint ti!iin������siril5r.i.-r  | \lf*mmmft*t^   t\\^ IlltwU STiliMtli ;tn.J kjIC.  He  fell   In  In\ e  \,!tli  1 <>i   le.'.i.ie,  Hiu1  Wii.'l i-oii.-.r-iii'ly ;'t lip, tilling  ���������i iMiiiirtlyi ���������lii.n'l    liillt 1 ,Sn wuiidi-r lie !u".ui 1 cr i-i .iiadl;  i    lli-r Hm;ri- -.\,t. <i.i- ;;u  Present pro'spoels Imllcalo a fair ovofr  or grain throucbout tlio threo westoni  provlncas, but do not point to any hirprer  yield than last year. This, combined  with the biff shortage In the spring  wheat crop of tho tlnlled'.Sitatos, find  u-lso Uiat of France andother Kuiopeun  countries, and the present hlgli jirico  of corn, all points toward a ltlifti level  o������ prices, and wo cannot see any rea-  som why prlcas should be hammered  .down to the low level of last year. AVe  claim tho rlgrht valuo of \ Northern  should not ba less than 9Dc; 2 C. W.  oats, 40c;. \ N.TV.C. Flaxseed, $1.50, and  3 (.,'. W, Du-rley, BOc; basis in storo Fort  William or Port Arthur, bul ol' course,  if farmers rush their ���������grain on the market early with Instructions to sell for  what lt Wlll bring-, prices are bound to  bo fovoed lower. Any fnrm-r who id In  a position to hold his grain at home  should do so. and those who are obliged  to sell to {.el cash should ship .and so.ll  only enough to carry them over. It  tlie senilis* of all our grain could be  spread evenly over lhe whole season,  prices could easily average, from 10c to  15c per bushel iilg-hor, which would  mean an enormous extra amount ot  eush brought into "Western Canada.  Last year tlie larger bulk of om- grain  was sold at ridiculously, low prices���������  selling-; down as low as 78Jc for-1 Northern; 1024c for 1 N.AV.O. Flaxseed; 30o  lor,2 C.W. Oats, and Uc for 3C.W.  Barley. Since spring opened we have  sold 1 Northern ut 100c; I N.W.C. Flaxseed 130c; '2 O.W. Oats at 3(ic, and 3 C.  W. Barley at. 51c, basts in store Fort  William or Port Arthur. Thla easily  shows the Ihiro loss to farmers through'  marketing- their grain in enormous  quantities right at tlie beginning of tin*  season. There ts far more reason fills  year for prices of our wheat ranging  above the dollar mark ll-.an last year.  Once prices are forced down It is hard  lo get them lo advnnco again until  stocks in sight are greatly reduced;  therefore, be. careful not to rush vour  (Train -forward   loo  fast.    Kvery  carlot  fioW back helps just that muesli lo hold  prices up and put thom higher.  "Wo would adyiso farmers that whenever possiblo load your grain direct  from tho waggon into the car, and when  you send your shipping bill to a commission tiffenl, figure .out tlio situation  well before selling-. To send instructions to sell for whatever it will bring-,  serves to brcal.- prices down moro  quickly than any other, way wo know  or. instruct your commission - agent  thut you want-your-grain Hold nt u  certain price and then hold for lhat  price, it you do have to pay two or  Lhi'ee cents per bushel storage what of  it, because y<5u will eventually got Uio  price you want, and besides you are  helping; to hold prices up.  Tho distribution of cars should'also  bo watcned "closely. Farmers should  got together and arrange to have a representative keep careful watch on tho  railway order book and see that, each  man is allotted cars according to tha  drain Act, That is what the Grain Act  Is.for and if you do not use lt, tho fault  lies with yourselves.  "We are grain commission merchants  and give our undivided attention to tills  business. Our experience extends  around li& years, and farmers consigning grain for us to. handle receive the  benefit of this experience in the actvica  and information wo give them. We  iiava no agents in Uie country, simply  because .our lc per bushel commission  charges docs not give us profit enough  to permit ot engaging agents at country  points, and at the same time show even  a small prollr on tlie season's business.  Write, us for our shipping instructions and grain ninrket advice. Kven  If you do not ship grain for us to handle,  write anyway. The. information ��������� may  licit) you to secure better net returns,  and'it may lead to bringing us some ot  your business the following season.  We can, lianiile your (rraln rlcht for you  and -wo know it. and wc. want you to  know, It also.- That will mean more  business for us, which is exactly wliaJ  we aro working for.  McBEAN BROSi, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg  Time Wasted  Jegson���������You're wasting- a lot tH  money carting that widow around "to  balls, theatres ami dinners.  W'egson'(alarmed)��������� What!    Don't  yotrTiTi-nlr'she'liniririrrj��������� mei   ,legson���������Sure. Why she.lold me  the llrsl night she met you that sho  waR going lo.  T say, mama; said Tula Tommy, is  it true that when yoirfirst met pa you  had fallen into the wator and he jumped in antl saved you? ������������������  Quite true, my i]'ear, replied mamma,  wllh a smib.  Then I wonder if that's why papa  won't allow- me to lea.n how to swim.  Angelic  Customer���������Bur, is he a good bird? I  mean, I hope he doesn't, use dreadful  language. ,  .. Dealei���������He's -. saint, lady, sings  hymns beautifully. ' 1 had some parrots what used lo swear something-  awful, bul if you'll bclievo mo, this  hero bird converted the lo't.  The Flying Frog of Java '"���������  The Javanese frog- is a creature  measuring between 15 and "5 inches.  The skin ot! .its hack is pale blue and  by night lookt. dark grccr. or olive  ���������browni-a���������fWie-f-rog-i-^maliiajaDlldrilfisg.  during the day, with eyes sheltered  from tho light and with belly up,  clinging to its support by adhesive  cushions nn'd by its belly, which ia  provided .with a sticky covering and  it is- hardly distinguishable from tho  objects that; surround it. At nightfall it begins to hunt for the mammoth,  crickets on which it feeds, making  leaps covering seven feet of ground. .  Diii-ing the leap the'play of lungd  filled with air swells the body. .To  descend from a height it. spreads -.vlilo  Us claws and, dropping, rests upon  its feet.  Mlnard'B Liniment Cures Distemper  Nero's Golden House  Dr. Fritz Weege, a young. German  iirchai-oiogisi, drew attention to tlio  enormous palace that wns once erected by Ncro in Homo. Tho Ilalli.n  govoruino-.l, in consequence, . Insll-  tilled the very .nterestli'.g exonvruloiia  that nro now boing 'nade in whnt. is  called 'The Golden House.*.' This ini-  mouse inili.cc covered an ftf-ro of  ground nml wan about three limes tlio  size of llie present. Vatican. The  Golden Hout;e, which extended from  thu Palatine far up,tho KsqullliK*, was  erected nftcr"!ho burning of Rome In  fi-I. ThoT)iilldiiii.H',ii.f. jiftei'Wiu-ds converted by Nero's Hiu'ccifitoVs^uto oilier  odlllcofl. Tho pxeavail(.u_"*ifrp revealing much thai is of nxtraoffll/'r,- In-  t.l-OHt.  Men of Straw  Mr, Kngollmoh, tin English uutlic,  In n now volume ou humor of lho law,  rcltiU-N tlio following iiuocv bit of history',  Home years ago nien ibsed to walls  nhoiu opt'iily lu West in in sle r Hall with  it piece ol' hi rn w lu iheir boor. Hy  thli; sign iiMorne.vH know that hul-Jj per-  soph wore In wan! ut employment ua  fulHo wllnesw'H and would give any  evidence required for money. For l������*  nt'iuon, Jf an advocate wanted an  obllgln.; wltncna he would go lo one of  thcRo men -ml sliow him a roo. which  If not Mifflcli-iir, the wIiiiphh would not  inlui any notice of, Tlio foo wan  I hen iiicreiiKnil until Its weight recalled  tlui power of memory lo a ii'.,IIli.-ieiit  extent, Uy UiIh they derived their  nnmo: Men of Bivnw.  Women and Asthma.���������-Women nre  numbered among tho sufferers from  asthma by the countless thousands. In  every climate they will bo found, helpless in lho grip ot this relentless disease unless 'they liavo availed themselves of tho proper romedy. Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy lias  brought new hopo and.life to many  such. Testimonials, sent entirely  without solicitation, show tbo enormous benefit it hns wrought among women everywhere,  Why aro you in such a hurry for  ilie new currency?  Tlio little supply 1 have of the old  Is almost exhausted.  Do you assimilate' your food, Mrs,  .101108?  No, -o don't.     Wo p'y cash on tlu  spot,  Speaking for Himself  Uankln���������What do you think or lho  styles In women's drosses those days?  Kyle���������Oh, 1 ��������� rail fit (hem���������iind���������nd-  mlro thom Imiii nsely, just ns other  mon do, I  rppono.  9  "ifl);^'  !i.i'.������-:h*-  .!i  W'l .. 1...1-,. i i[.*,i.,,.,,,,  y������J(|l������iUrSflli.Vjip,  ^aitSjja*5^ BfliRKiffliiiiirliiniti-.MMifriil  wm*m������*a**m*ma*m**M*******ate*it*e*  The Irishman's Strategy j  An IrlHhniiin look a contract to dig |  a well. When lie had nub ������i__.������i. -0 .  K-ct. ilDHii lu; h.iiiii: one mr-nhir! and1  found lt had fallen In and thnt it win l  tilled nearly to the top. I  Par. looked  oaiilloii.ly ���������troiniiJ  and,  Kiiw that no Vernon war, near, llien look i  off his hnt and coat and bun; Ihem,  on n winrtlfisu, i-nt^u-n i-.������.v> .-j...-. A.A.  ch and awaited events.  Tu ft Hliort time Uio noii.hbor.s d\t-  co.'croil that, tlio well hud fallen in,  nnd seeing pat's liat and eoiit on tlio  windlass, tlio.v supposed llmt lie was  at the bottom of the excavation.  Only a few hours of brisk dlgi?lii>.  clo-Wd Um loose earth from the wellA  Jn.it n<i Ilio W-nT'iilors .mil Vc-aclipi.,  llm bolloiii ami were"wondering where1,  lhe body was, Pnt came o.it of tlio;  IjijMkh and Yhnft natiirodly thanked  Ihe dingers for relieving- him of lils!  Job.  Post      :v  Toasties  for Lunch  Appetizing ancl wholesome  these hot Summer clays.  No  cooking  kitchen,  no  hot  Ready lo eat direct from  \\\c   packnpp fresh,   crisp  ancl dainty.  Serv  /e  with  i  cream  Tin'f Mil* *ho Uilnl time you Iuvj  nskrd nie to be )"<mr wile'.'  / hollevo U it.  Well,  you'vo  funned  Hie  ���������'.mec.     You'r* out oa strlk  bvi^av'-aiVCv  berries or fru't.  ancl  a. <*.���������*.* a  m  \  Post Toasties arc thin bits  of Indian Corn, toasted to a  golden brown.  Acceptable ot any meal--  Post Toasties  Sold by Grocers everywhere  Cauadian Po*!um Cereal Company,  nlr thro* LW- Windsor, Ont.  I*. 'V���������        '  ....ii ,m -^jiOii<y<������3aat������ii!������ra^^  ;\ -  ,-.   "��������� A,,  .-..?'-���������   ' ��������� ,���������   ���������'.  -  <, ���������:   ,���������    ��������� ';      ���������      . ���������  *?v -' '    ���������     '   A-  /���������'  H|  \  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, 1*. C.  .BfMiKGTdN  *  ARROW, and  NITRO CLUB  Canada  ', ."V57HAT make'of shotshells are you  "   shooting .this season?  ,  v        v You will find that the interest today cen-  _ ters more unci  more in Remington-UMC  frt&Fs-   *'     .   shotshella ��������� Canadian made  from   our ��������� new  -*. factory at Windsor, Ontario.,v  Vou want Rcminglon-UMC���������the Remington quality��������� freedom from all the nagging  little annoyances that uncertain shells can throw into, a good day's sport. "Arrow  or Nitro Club smokeless loads. . Slightly higher in price���������absolutely reliable.   ,  Let Uaoend you a booMet explaining simply ilie technical care in lhe making which webelievo  .-> is responsible Ior Reminglou-UMC success. Send your name nnd address on a postcard today.  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontorio  ���������   THE NEW 1913 PALATIAL CUNARDER-  ���������'-������������������-"AND A N-I A"  ,     13,100    TONS  SAILS . FROM   MONTREAL   SEPTEMBER  6th  For Loudon, calling nt Plymouth  Carrying ouo Glass Cabin (II) and Third Class    ���������  Cabin (II) $53.75 up , Third Class, $31.25  **    ' MAGNIFICENT    APPOINTMENTS'  Lounge; Gymnasium, Drawing Room, Smoking Room, Oper. and Covered  Promenades,  Spacio.is Staterooms, Orchestra  AUSONIA (new) .....  .-.Aug.-23rd.   ASCANIA (N*w) Sept 13th  ANDAN1A (New 1013) .. Sept. Cth AUSONIA (New) ., .-. Sept. 27th  . Tho Cunaid Line has long been famous for the comfort and luxury'  of its passenger accommodation, nnd in thin, ns in other respects, tlie  steamers of tl.o Canadian ��������� service maintain, lho high reputation of the  Company.  For further' particulars and res "���������.������������������rations apply lo local agents, everywhere, c  304 Main  Street,  Winnipeg  THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,  - .Illustrative Dances  Dances used to originate from tribal  customs.  Well, doesn't' it seem-'possible that  somo of these popular dances lend to  illustrate the movements of persons  dodging a flock of motor cars?  I  Revive the Ja^ed Condltlon.���������When  energy Hags and the cares of business  becomo Irksome; when the whole system is out of sorts and there is general dor:-ession, try Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They will regulate the  action of a deranged stomaph and a  disordered liver,' and make you feel  like a new man. . No one need suffer  "a day from debilitated digestion whon  "^^itnlTi^TnTtlTJue^tiro-a-piii~crrn���������be  got at any drug store.  ������r  To:i2her���������.Willie, did <ou father whip  you for what you did in school yesterday?  -Willie���������No, ma'am; he sai . the licking would hurt lilm more than me.   -  "   Teacher��������� Whac nonsense!   . Your  father Is too sympathetic.  Will'..���������No, nia'a..i;    but he's    got  rheumatism In both arms.  Extre.ne Old Age Records  The recent death of a Chinaman in  New York at the ago, as he claimed, of  149 years, raises the question whether  tho records of extreme old age are authentic. The cases in wlil.h men or  women,have reached the century mark  are so numerous that tliero seems i.o  reason -��������� for skepticism' concerning  them; but the records of Thomas  Cam, ar���������rad 207; William Edwards, 168,  and He:*ry Jenkins, 160, are open lo  tbe doubt that falls on "r.ll mediaeval  statistics. ��������� The tables of 'Ate insurance companies within the next century will probably-furnish reliable data for future Investigators.  SOUTH   POLE   RELICS  ���������Mm    I ���������  Pathetic Witnesses of Grim   Tragedy  of Capt. Scott  A' big plain cooking*jiol, whose interior has been scraped clean and bare  by men a'c the point of death, by "starvation; an empty provision bag, a sledging shovel, the inner lining of tlie lent  in which the '.������������������emiiin.. of Captain Scott  and his companions were found by the  search party, nn a. shabby much-  thumbed sixpenny editloi. ��������� of , Mary  Johnston's story of old Vigil.la, 'By  Order of the Company,' which whoa  picked up in Captain Scott's tent, w-js  curiously enough .open at a chapter  headed; V/o *,o out iuto the Night'-���������  these are among the relics of llie groat  Antarctic tragedy whlc;. wero brougir.  back by tlie Terra Nova, and' which  are huw attracting thousands of people io tho Karl's Court Exhibition,  where Jhey are being showi..  It- Is a pathetic and most impressive collection, nnd not the least Interesting feat uru is au exact model in  section of the igloo, or cavb, dug in  the 'snow by the northern parly of  the expedition, who wero forced to  winter in Terra Nova bay owing to  the ship being unable to pick them  up. For seven monlhs'the _i���������,rty lived In the cave of snow and ice, on la-  tions sufficient for only one' .mouth,  Thoro were six men altogether, under  Lieut. Campbell, and they used blub-  tier, for everything���������food, light and  fuel, 'When found, their ice cave was  as black as a coal mine wllh carbon,  and so were the men.  When Lieut. Campbell visited the  exhibition lie remarked to Lord Chey-  lesmoro that he shivered when he  looked upon ihe realistic reproduction  of the igloo,, whlclv brought back to  hint mind so vividly those terrible  long seven months. "  Among othor relics might bc mentioned the theodolite which fixed the  position of the oouth ������ole, the corn-  era with' which photographs ot "the  Pole were taken, hedging thermometer and compass, a repair bag, a  lamp; made from an empty Un to  burn a mixlun ol' vaseline and spirit,  a typewriter, several sleeping bags,  skis of Cap'r.,Scott, LieulABowers and  Dr. Wilson, ancl an instrument' box  which Captain Scott and his party  used on the return from ihe Pole.'  The 'rant of death'Is perhaps the  most striking of the relics: It is the  inner lining only, the outer covering  having been used as a pall 'for tjie  bodies���������a tiny structure hardly, to all  appearances, fit shelter against - t'Je  Antarctic blizzard..  He Knew a Thing or Two  Let me write the songs of a nation,  said ihe ready-philosopher, ami I care  not who makes the laws A  1 won't go quite so far as that, replied Senator Sorghum; but 'let me,  write the amendments and I care, not  who draws up the bills.  Thr proud parent: You cannot havo  niy daughter; tho social gulf between  you is loo wide; Remember, you are  a mero germ bf a common cold; sho's  a bacillus oNueurastlirnia!  ll  \  .Toi.nn Butts, Sr.���������T want t- leave  my property to my two sons. One-  tenth to my youn-.-est son, John Butts,  and nlnc-tonths to my oldest son,  lloya'. Chesterfield Cluuincey De l-\\vs-  tor Bulls.  Family Lawyer��������� I I'm! , Do you  think that's (tulle' fair'.'  Jon Butia, Sr,���������Yes, T want 1.  iSMnaho somo reparation to Royal for  ing bin moihor to glvo him <*nch  fool namo!  A man plays Ihe game of love for  pastime; a woman plays il to win,  iTri-dge-Garyrcirairiffinrof'tire^rjnitea"  States-Steel Corporation,'told one the  other night which leaves no doubt as  lo the welcome the minister receives  in certain quarters when making a pastoral call.  Some timo ago, the judge said, the  minister was expected, to visit the  homo of a good brother, but It was  not absolutely certain that he would  como. Finally, however, the dominie appeared, and little Willie, who had  beon walchlns'at the -.ato, sounded the  tidings wit:, glad acclaim.  Whoopee! joyously cried tho youngster, wildly tossing up lila hat. Hip,  hip hurrah!- Here he" comes, mamma!     Hwo he comes!  You seem very glad ui see me, Willie, smiled (lie preacher, patting the  boy on tho head and shaking hands  wlifr? the family.,,  You just bet I am! f-iilliuslastically  replied Willie. T have been afraid  all the morning you wouldn't show up.  ' That's awfully nice of you, Willie,  udft the parson, Why were you  afraid 1 wouldn't como?  Becnuso, was the startling rejoinder of U.c youngster, if you hadn't  como wo wouldn't have r.hic'.eii for  dinner.  *��������� Empire's Biggest Flagpole  Excavalion work for the hole in  which the biggest flagpole, in the British empire is to bo placed opposite  tiie new courthouse, Vancouver, has  been begun and it is expected that the  big slick.wi.1'. be flying the Hag to tho  breezes by the Ilrst-of September.- .  . Emily���������Isn't it funny how timid Eileen Is?  Maude���������Dear, yes; she doesn't wai.t  to go faster thnn eighty-five miles, an  houV when sho rides on the back of  Charlie's  motorcycle.    * *  What He's Waiting For  Why , don't you ask her -io marry  you? You've been calling on her for  two years now.  1 ltnow, but T am waiting.  '  You've heard her sing hundreds of  times, aud you like her voice,.  That's true.   "  You've heard her play the piano.  You know she's au accomplished rin:s-  iciau.  You've eaten meals Aie has cooked.  You havo jeen her handiwork about  the house. Sh'eV. make a splendid  housewife. .   ^  1 know all that, hut-  She's a delightful hostess.  .You've  seen her \vhen she was entertaining  friends.  I admit that.'  Then why wait any bnger?  I'm waiting to seo her, in a quarrel  with her, mother. I want to see how  she acts when she loses her temper.  TO submit to a hcadachs Is to v.-asls energy, lime and comfort.  To slop it at ouce simply take  NA-DRU-CO ��������� Headache Wafers  Your Dr_gf;l_t will confirm our slatsment that they do not contain  anything that can harm heart or nervous system A';. 25c. a box,  NATIONAL OnUU AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED  124  Ontario Veterinary, College.  ������   Temperance Street, Toronto -  Affiliated withthc-Universily of Toronto ancl under the control  of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  COLLEGE RE-OPENS OCTOBER 1st, 1913  N, B.���������Calendar on application  E. A. A, GRANGE,  V, S, M. Sc,  Principal  What do I.say at tho wedding?  Not, a word.     All you utter is tho  cheque*  Dalryincj Progress Shown  Prince Albert, Sask,��������� As allowing  the progress whicli has !>een made in  mixed farming and dairying in the  country northwest of- Prince Albert, it  is stated that the'Shellbroolce Creamery ��������� has to dale manufactured 6,000  pounds more butter than was produced'to the corresponding date last year."  The Shellbroohe Grei.mery took second standing in the provincial competition ..this year. - ,.  DOCTORS D  NOT HELP HER  But Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored  Mrs. Bradley's Health���������  Her Own Statement,  The Lyttelton Ghost  The story of���������'|ho Lyttolton ghost Is  ono of lho best of -English Family  legends. Thomas Lord Lytlellon  dreamed one night tliat a bird iiow Inlo  his room, whicli changed Into a woman In wliito. nnd bade lilm proparo  to dlo. I hope not soon, ho said;  not In two month-. Veil, In three  ���������days, .oplled ilio spec!or. Uo (old  of his ('roam at. lironlcfuHt next morning .(Thursday, November in. 17710.  On Saturday ho was in excellent health  ami thought he would bill. ������������ ghoHl,  A few mlnutos beforo midnight on  lhat ('lay, just n.i hn was undressing  he I't-ll buck dead.  H{  Winnipeg, Canada. ~-" Kluvon yean  tiffo I wont to tho Victoria Hospital,  Montreal, suflVriiiR-witli a growth. Tho  ilociir.H Raid it wat a tumor iuul could  not bi.1 removed as It would cftum? instant  lit-ntli, Thoy found llmt my organ* mw  directed, and mild I could not live more  than nix months in tho condition I was iu.  "Aflor-Jeiiim* home I saw your advertisement in tho paper, iuul oomnu-uoeil  taking r.ydlii K. I'inklmm'a Vcr.'tabic  If (impound.  I took it constantly tor two  years, nud still tnko it ut time-, and j  both iny husband nnd myself claim that |  it wus Llie means of Having my life.   1 i  highly'reco mm end it to Buffering!  Wolllt-JI.   ���������Mrn,  UUU,l.\ UUMIUA, -',11 ,  Ji-ii.'-'-WJAv-,,'Wi,.')J,;(>i', M-j'j3li>Viil C'jJi. !  Why will ���������/omen lull, chances or drag \  oiitaslclcly.linlf-lii'ftrtedi'xinton.ii'.miss" ;  ing throp-fourthn of the joy of living, !  wlien they can (hid health in Lydia R.  T>lnlfliri*T),,i   ^T/in*M  ble Compon  For  lias  ilard remedy for fo  male ills, nnd Imsro-  ���������stoivd tho hoalth of  tUrtUiiniuIa of women  who have boon troubled with audi ail-  ��������� On tlie day of his woddlnj,' u man  i nglnod that his wlfo drow a prize;  hul uh a mailer uf fact. '-.������ Is seldom  nu. (hit)!', inoio Hum a coiitolallou  prize.  l)ncon--I hoc oloelriclly genera led lu  Swodon Is delivered In Copoi.hngon.  I'lgherl���������TIiIh parcel post system lu  really wonderful.  '.v'alli'r, bring mc  portion  of dices*.  Alp't got any of  lioinio, Bir,  nu   inlln, tcHlnial  Ihnl. kind  In  the  .liro  we  i.i-ii  at  Venice,  shall  wo  slop ,.|T?  Mow ninny pages does Venice tnko  am   Tm.   I ly\   (vi^lri/i !^f1r,t'*,  'RlKllt!  In  Ih.t  eiifci.)  it   uiiibi   Ik   worth  a  slop.  printing by Motor-Cycle  During a'recent storm at Elgin,,Illinois, the engine of a .motor-cycle, was  made use of to print a. newspaper.  "Win?3~Uns~SEver 1 tyo Ith e_s to rm-i n ad g-  it imperative that the city shut eff the  electric power, lhe paper'found itself  without power to print its regular edition. A Ttotor-oycllst offered his machine and'services, and by connecting  the engine to tho press by means of  a belt the paper was run off without  trouble.  A Tower of Gold  According to a lew promulgated ln  Germany in .1871, the $30,000,000  which Franco paid in indemnity to Hie  Prussians tlie previous yea.1 was  guarded In the Tower of July al Span-  dan,, tho famou. fortress situated  eight miles from Berlin. Resides  this amount of money, definitely set  aside; ls a'quantity of gold in roser-A  for commercial panics. Jn order to  safeguard such a massive scoro great  precautions have been. taken for Ilio  last 42 years. Tho money !<������������������ kept on  two floors otnthe fortress, and is packed  lit J 200 oaken chesUi. Each chest  contains $25,000 In gold. The inviolability of theso chambers is secured  In the following.mannar: Thr/ have  triple doors with various lockb, whose  keys aro held by certain olllrlals of tlie  Ministry of War, and these.keys each  open ono door, so that no out ollicial is over able lo enter alono. Tho  clumps of the chests aro Healed and  stamped In such a way lhat lt is not  possible for Uiem to bo tam;.ered with  without danger of instant discovery.  Moreover, tho weight ol' c.irli suck and  chest Is registered,  Women Taxi Drivers  Women driving tuxl-eabs i'or public  hire nro becoming quito a familiar  sight in tlio wosl end of London. As  a-"mio lhe womon who have taliou to  tho wheel uro young ai..l In not. u fow  cases qullo prepossessing Into the bargain, with Ur result Unit their services nro eagerly sought by ilio young  bloods about town. Thoroughly (rained, these lady chuuffi.-urs are export  drlvl'i's and pilot tlicli; curs through  Uio densest trallle without the slightest, hesitation or llm loam sign of  norvoiiHiioHii- In addilion many have  a sound knowledge of Uio iiiocliniilsni  of thi-lr oai'H, nnd can uiico/j .afully uu-  ilermlto slight repairs. Seven', firms  who him mil-motor-curs new provlds  lady chiiuff-urs If desired.  That Awful Child  Hobby���������Slmer must bo a,bln lo soo  In tho dark.  Mother���������How so?  Hubby���������lV'fiiUfio IiibI nlghr when she  was in nittlng with Mr. Stnylatc n the  parlor I heard lior sny: Why, Tom.  you lmvcii'l shaved.  .The teacher *has. giving a tost on  tlie value of foreign money In.Amerlca.  When it was Utile Harry's turn, she  asked:      , --        -   -  Harry, how much Is a- guinea worth  in this'country? \  ?  Harry smiled and answered: A"d"ol;  lar and a half a day.  Lord Strathcona Active  Lord Strathcona wns found on his  93rd birthday sitting at his desk,  where he worked until four o'clock on  this hot August day. lie was not  driven to -..'ork, he declared, by the  reason that Induced most people to  work.  The Canadian High Coiiinilr.sioner  surprised, the representative of the  Daily Chronicle who inquired how he  would observe his'-centenary seven  years hence, in answering '. that he  would do so by keeping at work as  usual.  ���������I never take"' notice of the day, otherwise, .said Lord ' Strathcona. Today, I have'a little :-orc work than  usual. ���������     _  Tho reply le; characteristic of the  man. The High Commissioner sat.  surrounded by papers, there were few  sign's ot his great, age. Ills dark  eyes (lashed under 'his ��������� shaggy eyebrows like those of- a man of fifty.  I have been connected with the Dominion of Canada .for three-quarters  of a century, ho said. It has, indeed, become- a' very great country,  but nothing to" what it is destined tp  become. In the next quarter of a  century I believe it will have a population exceeding that of. the 'United  Kingdom and perhaps jnore. It has  everythln'g-^required to make a great  nation. Nevertheless, 1 am convinced that it. will always remain indissolu-  bly allied to the mother country. Canada is proud of-its connection with the  empire.  In answer 'to the question how to  live to his age, Lord Strathcona said:  ���������' By not thinking of old age, but just  .going steadily on with work that one  Is doing, being' patient and .not in a  a  _^^^________  ~         A Sound Reason  Say, aro you the boy I sent with a  letter about three weeks ago?  ���������   Hoy���������Yes, sir. ,  Well, why didn't you bring the 'answer bad:?  Hoy���������You lold mo to wait for a  reply, and they told nie th.-.t the mau'  won't be home until next spring.  , pi-r pastor preached a sermon "on  marriage last Sunday.. Did it seem  to havo a stimulating effect? No, "on  the contrary; It was so solemn and  conveyed so many warnings that- U  broke off two engagements.  There's a Reason  Dunn has retired'from business.-  Voluntarily?  .  1 suppose ������0.      He stopped advertising  This Is to certify that I have used  MINAllD'S Liniment in my family for  yoars, and consider it the best liniment  'on the market. I have found it excellent for horse flesh.  (Signed)  ���������  W. S. PINEp.  "Woodlandt,' Mlddleton, N.S.-  It Is usually safe to. say that when  a child is pale, sickly, peevish- and  restless, the cause is worms, These  parasites range the stomach and intestines causing serious disorders of  the digestion and preventing the infant from .deriving sustenance from  food, Miller's Worm Powders, by  destroying the,worms, corrects these  faults or 'the digestion and serves to  restore the organs to healthy action.  CURED DISEASES  OFJHE KIDNEYS  i, i  And Is Depended On to Right stomach  1 and Liver Disorders.  Once Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pllla  are introduced into the family and  their efficiency becomes known thoy  aro usually found.,too valuable to do'  without For everyday ills arising  fixm liver and bowel disorders they  bring relief pomptly, and when complicated diseases of the kidneys an I  liver-develop they often prove a successful cure after doctors have failed, As an illustration, you may read  the following, which was received a  few days ago: ���������  'Mrs. John Wright, 53 McGec street?  Toronto, Ont, stales: "We have used  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills for ten'  yean,, and would not be'without-them.  My husband suffered from kidney.trouble, and after taking treatment from  .S������X^aJLdc>iit{U'S_wJUiQ}i_u^c&hUn.g_aa-y-.  benefit, tried Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, which worked a complete  cure., 'Since that timo wc have'used  thcni' for all stomach and. liver 'dis  orders."      . ,  One, pill a dose, 25 cents \ box., all  dealers, or Ednianson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  There is a young ma_. 'li: New York  who is undoubtedly still wondering  whether .ho has an unusually large  foot or whether a certain German lad  of gonerout dimension.: tro'r Jersey is  troubled with near-sightedness.  ' Tho woman lr. question boarded n  New Vork bound ferry boat with a big  heavy vullso. Apparently very much  fatigued from her ofl'orls, nho throw  hersolf Into a seat, loading hor bulky  grip squarely upon tho toes of a young  man next to hor. Jle responded with  a look ot suppressed rage and pain,  and then shoved tho valise aside, unnoticed by 1 he woman.'  A few mliiiilns later, wlien. lhe ferry  reached Its slip, tho young mnn wns  suddenly aninnod to behold the stout  ladv fumbling about wllh K.-r hand on  his'fool.. Thoroughly aroused at (his  liberty, lio wns about lo demand an ox-  pliiuiUifU, wlien the woman, with a  look ol' groat onibarranHi)ionl��������� vxclnlin-  oil: Arh! Excooso nio, It lookr-'. thimt  llko 111 ine bug.  , .      .   .:.������������  Looking Ahead  nought a Koi-oiid-lifiir.l fire esciipo  cheap loili y.   '  Wlmt did you want with ll?  'thought iiinyb? 1 might buvo money  onoiii.li ioui) day to build a hoiiHii to  IH It.  A young woman from 'the cast wa3  conversing with a Kontuckian'about  tobacco and tobacco raising,  .Sho was vory pretty 'and a good  conversationalist and tho young man  from Kentucky was vastly interested  in her until she gave hlni a sudden  shock by announcing:  I should love 10 sep a lobaceo field,  especially when it Is just plugging  out.  Magistrate���������You broke a mantel-  pljco ornament on your wire's head.  What have you got to say for yourself?  Prisoner���������lc was a j -.r. accident.  Magistrate���������An accident? What?  Didn't you Intend to lilt your wlfo?  Prisoner--Ves, but 1 didn't moan  to break the ornament,  One of the i,oudei-H of C ua'iemnhi  jungle Is tlid walor vino, a black,  Hiifikoliko leafless stem, dropping  from Ihe eolbn and mahogany trees to  which H hnt climbed. It Is said to  contain n quart of walor to every foot  and when lho stem Is cut tho water  spurts forth In ri rofrcsliirg stream.  Molsturn Is drawn up from tho soli  and 1111 erod through Uie pores of tin.-  P--.lit. '   Why do you argue with your wire'.'  nskei.'lhn bachelor. Don't yon kimw  the futility of.il?  Of cours.', replied ihe married 111011,  but 1 havo lo allow hor a littlo pleas-  ipo onco In a while,  Among the bewildered, r.nd In sn^_  cases indignant, spectators gathered  at the recent Futurist exhibition ol  painting and sculpture in Chicago was  a young man from Springfield, in  char,:) of a cousin who i.i 'strong for'  the new movement in art.  Tho youth remained silent tlurlnn  tho view and the subsequent explanations of the now idea given lilm by  lils cousin.   ,  Well, said lhe latter finally, yen  don't seem partlcula.ly enthusiastic  about them,     What do you think?  Think! growled tho youth fro:.i  Springfield. Why, I have got two  aunts at Ijmcihac can knit bettor  pictures than those,  A Viennese composer hni written un  operetta Intended for use In the films  only, The characters in It will not  bo hoard. They will bo seen, whilo  an orchestra plays fho music lo illus-  t va to their !/.ory.  Hismarclc was on ono oocasloivpro-.f  sal by n cor'.til- American .official to  rocoiiiiiicn'd his son for :��������� diploma.I j  piaoo?     ' "  Ilo Is a reinarkablo follow, said t! >  proud father. Ilo speaks seven lai.g-  uagos.  Iiit'iood! said niHir.arck. wlio had nr.i  n high opliilcn of linguistic acquirements. What a wonderful hoini  waiter he would mako.  Compound 7       *^  or thirty yearn it /j  boon tho stun- h  ���������a n Hn aTT'  inonts at dini'lHceirumts, inllammation,  ulceration, tumors, irropulnritio,*, <-tc.  If yon until special mill���������  wrllo lo l,y<Un K. Plnldinm Mvd-  lillne Vo. (eoiiflilcjiflulj Lynn,  Mn*.*. Yonr lot tor will he oiK-tud.  hmhI anil Jinsivin-d by a .vouinu,  ftiid hold In strli't cimllilmett.  !    Tho wo.ulir-.- wan warm and Put. do-  , cldod  to  .have  In  ilio  hack porch,  1 Ml-!     f-'ii-m-     H..fn   1|if,   v-'iy    rilt'irirv.  , nd this; Put, hho called, sluice an  01 boo yo nlr Hhavlu' ciiisldo, ji,..  ftfiini, ho r-.'pllod, and did ye Ihlnk OL  .as fur-ll;������.'d? '  Guinnny'o Harvest  (Joi-m.-iliv hf.ji more fl'R'i iM.fWi.onfi  pooplo living in an nic;i Jt-.'-s than tliat  oi" ToNaa. nnd only flvo Hints nn urom  ns Ihai of Ohio, hut lu-w-rtl iP-py, labor hi so scarce in hnnost iliuo i.i  many parts "f the K'-rinan crnpitc ihat  about iJO.io.h) farm li-oiilx, ns rho  Amorlenn pliniHi* Ih, r.o into Germany  frotsi lliiqsi.ii antl Aii������--������r".-II������m ;.-.rv  .-very yea.  lo help ..iiUo-r tin- crop.'.  N. U. 9C4  )I(,_--1 wonder what thn iiie'iuing y  Uuu. plviuio is'.'     Tin- ;.'.i.'!. ..   ' in 1  cu arc lu 'uiiil'.T iiUlnidi-.  She���������Oh, don't you hoc? Ilo buy  IuhI. nsked hor t<- marry him and nho 1  is accept In,: him. Uow HWcot! What j  dors thn i.rilst 'all tli-i picture? I  lie (looking aiiiMiu--u-i. 1 mi-, 11 .->  wrlKcu on n card nttho luttoiii: Sold.  1 Mnroncl, Arizona, has no idroelH,  only bleep trails over iho nicks and  inrninlaliis. Thf (own contulni' no nu*.  ttnnobllcH or v-hlcles of .my liiinl.'an.'.  J ai ft? p.in'.v.i, ti.uV" ;'.  all tho nupplles, whllo  Ik- iiii'-iitlcd by I'-.'i'n  ��������� t liiirr.i.'  I'um-nil.s  p-'ci;  .mi*:  Try Murine  Eye Remedy  An early morning customer In an  optkiau's shop was a young womnn  with a dotornilncd nlr. Sh ��������� addressed the first HuWismun Hho haw. I want  to look ut a pair of eyeglasses, sir, 11.  extra magnifying power.  Yos, 11111*11 m, replied the siilchinan;  soinotlilng very strong?  Yes, sir.   Whllo    visiting   In   tho  . -T      .. \ .,      Vfii���������     no'l-aflll     lllllt'l.  dc'v which 1 novor wii.il lo repent.      !���������  Indeed'.  MUtook ". inningcr ior uu;  f-qiiuliitaiico',' j  Nrt, not oNae'Uy (ha<;   I ml'-U^k   .  bumble!'?, for 11 blackberry. 1  '.?*������������������     j!!   tl   OM"1   PlnfMt  Th.t Loudon Daily CUIi'.on a.inount'os j  lli.i i.iscovery of a f*;is onc-slxtcenth  th.t weight of hydrogr'ii.  j    Its oxlMene.o on earth has not ><t  , boon- dotoniKiiod, but tho lonf'.lng sol-  . eiitisu. inoludhg Kir William Itauiiuiy  Aire i-.Mifidnit rhoy car. llnd rr produce  Ml.       Ln presence  III  Ihe .-111  Will! ill"  1 finitely ostabllHhod    by    a   dixcovovy  1 iii.-ulo dii.-ing ine Ium  cclijihf.  I    Thi. Dally I'ltizou rpiolos mi anniiy-  ' iM-ma .scP-iiilst  who df-'crlli. * the g.i-'  1 ,i i hciiif. nriiiit-d t-oroiiluiu.     If U can  I'orhnpii thn wnrst lnfiiiit prodigy on  record was Christ Inn Ihi'iooker, burn  at Lubock '.n 1721. At 10 months lu  coulfi speak nnd repent, every wo.'d  spoken to lilm, nl 12 months ho knew  by heart n great part of Uio bible, nt  tlirco years ho Kp'ilio and rend Wrench  and Liitln as onslly as hl������ unlive  longiio. ln lils fourth year hn employed hlm.iolf lo study rollglon nnil  church history nm" Ills fatiio as a  scholar spread ro tlint Ihn King of  Denmark sent for hlni nnt'. was as-  to.ndod ar. his learning. ' Antl before ho was five, howovor, Uoluooku  fell ill mul died���������and. the  1; oui hod moro freely.  Mr. Kilt0--Oil, yon, I hr ���������" mot  noarly nil our groat Inventors,  MIkh Ju������*1ui���������������Don't y' know I'd llko  lo moot Mr. Vacuum, inventor of lho  vacuum cleaner.  __.������______.������������������ f  Mi6. Nowcd (lo dear frleuiD���������What  Is the iioor it of golting a now frock  out of hubby aftor he refuses mice?  Mr.i, Wiley���������If at rrii you ilon'l  succeed, cr   again!  May I nsli you how oh! ynir wif*  in?  l.Yitalnty; yon may 10A1 h'-r, 100, It  you wish.  Mae Girl  Ilo wanlod her at ones to wed,  But that alio A-ould not. do.  world j Wo never cun bo ono, she su'd,  Ti;i you've enough for two,  There is Comfort in  knmvinf? that yon 01m ohtrtin onn tried nivl nveved vcmody  thoroughly well adapted to your needs. Every woman  who i3 troubled with headache, backache, languor,  extreme ncrvousnosa and depression of spirits ought to try  li you have lied, Weal:, "\Vatuy 1V-m'1** pioduci-d i,u lliis i-aiUi It > ���������  .   t'*1'  cr ilranHlatH Kvclld..    iW-.n't'Sncm ' 1,.'. ������H j|.|7������ the nclfiioo of vronlatlrii. I  ���������Kootliei   I-'ve  Pain.    I)nt������:-.!i 1*   Hell; W'ii-.'ii ilio f-artlt beti)iiioft too^ cold fo,-1  , Mnritio live K?nwh\ LbjUi'L '���������-'",. .VK*. ' niiiii-tit iiiitniit<i<ih    im-    p--t>i)'n-    cii...d .  Mtirt men who livo in a ciiy have n j Marina  I-iye Salve'in Am'iiIh: 'I'tiLi-s, 1 mmo In a'.r.iiilps to ..ny p!atn������t thai  hfinl   (Inn'   proving;   to   Uiolr  t-winir'. ' 2-V-,  50(.-.    l'vo  Uool.-.-i  l-'nc  Lv  M.iil. | pi!������b: :.irihe   heir fain-.v.    TIiIh woml  "ciir luMnrei  thai   they  an-  n!-'U-il> I   ��������������� c������������ t������������i������ c������������* i������r/ui rv������������ i������i������i ���������������'��������� ������J c������������   j \tl, uitnc'-ciiaiy for a i.iilllon yt-am of,  hoiio������t. l Hurtn* Ry Remedy Co., Chicaa*   uljri;, I  (ih* l.irirtil bait) oi Any Mctiicin* In tlie World)  and lonrn what n ilifTorenco thoy will raaVe. By purifying  the ,sy.->ti.-iii thoy in.-uro hotter digostion. nounilcr iAoe]\, quieter  norvo.-*, and l>e.it������w lho charm of pparhllnjy ryes, a hpotlos-* voay  cfimjilexion nml vivacious spirit*. Thousands upon thousands of  wotiK-u have h-amed, happily.that Bt-ci-ham'a Pills nro reliablo and  The Unfailing Homo Remedy  Prcpr������il (inly by Tl|.vn_������ Iltfdum, Si, 1lt!er.������, L*n.t>li'rr, I'.njtinJ,  .SolJ tartitUrrt in CiiuJ, ������n,l 1". s. Amrt'ir*.   \-> h.,k-i, ?'n-ri*.  -, .*^>r,^-fc������ l,.^.l*_*^t-������^.t,M.*.t������Mr4MM ������  p*[  ^.t������sfe^^-^������������t^c3iS^^^^^sr^^SSs5wM?s^-_?_a  . ir  .������. ...���������  ���������rsSB.  N*fcW*K   ^]������jiJ^fcAg$>,   ^BMlB'ii.   9Gy&Mflfr^.  ,/i--  .._:_' i>l_l<lLU. it������:Ui- i.it'W-o  :*-u livery by   WH-im-.-d-iy th_  . ^ roo it *��������� 8k    G orsb'e fl a n d _  Pub kvhirag   Gonrspciny.   [  r  "Oh-m-?U...  ;'i-  v.rii  for liii1  u\ih  '.l\-U\t\  ���������i  i..it hold   iJpoli!  .-.iiiiiions of <otii-  i������ rls columns  Province-of Britisii,  Columbia. ���������  WATER RIGHTS BRANCH.  (Depsri'nc&L of buss.)  ili  IS  'tV  mu time to !.-ii-.-(������.  1>S  i K  'fe  I.DKKSIUV    OCT. 151UJB  ATER ������ NOTICE  '.;  A  LICK  :r>  TO 'l-.A'  IK ATSD  US!  : \v  MM  :ia  -A      ..  .-,- 1"'  -'. i -  ��������� i  .;.-!    t,  .v.   ,-?  . A !< ��������� t  ���������at I-.V'iii-  Vic'-iifin,  > mhi  i'V.d  ���������', i.t WiitSr  ������������������         aS      V.'  r. ,.'���������  V.  i.������*'S,    Ul     II  i  '].  ���������ht tt  '.. I!  li".:  il... ,'*.  N-WClOdll-  L  ,,  11 i I'l.W  i s  mt  >':r;ii  H Of t/Ou"-  c-  * ������*  '.iV 1. -i  .. i-  '.   - 1  iha  Qiialii-um  r.  i .  i������ wnto  r w;  ���������U-  AA- ri  ���������J at _'.)0(j-  0!  : ii  ff.iUI  iiii  v y  :i d'������  ill be Ub-'cl  , -  'tr  .[ ,-Ai.V.  v>  i^ 1  '.���������S  b (  n tho Imd  ��������� i  .u 'tu  ,Vh\  i'.L  hi, ������.f  iVi-y.   Thi.  f������  .   r <������ a-  Av.  :;;.���������  ,'.;-"'"1  >d   i).')    Ilif  . i  i .-   A-  . i'i  :}.  Tbo  appliuali rn  Lv:  u-  L-.l r:i ti  t. o,  ���������KH  i t-.o  \Y.t< i* K<-  APPROVAL OF   UNDHlrVAKJNC;   Oi-jk-  TllR CAMPl'.KLL KIV15K. POWER    ':ffi,;  COMPANY,   UMtTFiD  Wlu-.ro-.-. iho Campbell Rivox. i'ower  G myjiiiiy, Liuiiu-il, be-rei-'naftcr called the  On!H|.i.-'>', i;iii ooinpimy ir.coi-pojt>t-d.wnd-  t.r tlu- ''0 unnunioh'" Act," ISW, r������nd ������������!������)���������  inw-nuL an.-i-n;: *tfenr things by'Hs  Mvi.i vsnd;i!)f Ah!Cv-La|������.-������.  'Tu -t't-l.v f������<- ;iliI olitain andttr tiio pi-' -  vitiniiH or 11-.--; U'rttvr Au*ot" to puiehu e  or o'/.oi-i. !*- i:..vji:>ii! vkIVt rrcorda pr wuter iK'.n-i'ia" a:u\  "T>. fwiiniiunr. or upciaia woiks for the  'unyi/'y m-u.ilira'ion, of w.na' ui-du- tic  \Vul"v Aut.'*  ���������'Ami Mfier.nti the siiil Curftwny en  tlio'-'fth .Iuru>, 1910, oUair-i-tl u Wa o  1, ctncp, nuiiibored l'JOl, uuthori/.'ng ilio  divuis'on ut -,700 cub'o feit of wator por  no..ond irt-AW tho Ciiii^'ioll Uiver (or power puryoBM.  THIS IS T.) CEIITIKY thai the uml-  crtakiuj- of t'lfis.'ii Cam*, bell IViver Powei  ��������� Comi-aiiy, Linnttd.  for the div-ert-ion of  ���������2,700 cubic I'.-t-t of water per socoml from  ��������� iilt-ii wuh tht s;i il A'ni i   itocorilw >r  i-o ��������� ('.."iiiptr-iiltr  i-.f   V-V:i'<cr Iti.'/li-'F,  ?���������: -i nui-i i 'innUn (,'s Via-' ri������ K. C.  ���������:*QUlttA_.T .j NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  H. lv,  UKASLKY,  A������-nt'  ��������� .���������t' ' ,,     " xnfl  ().    ObJLCiious mnv 'Uio Cun_i>_l! l-livc-r (or thu _eiienit'on of  power aud for. ilio &r������lc,  barter, and ex-  WATER  NOTICE  ���������     "OR A LIOttMCE TO TAKK AND  ���������   USR-WaTKU.  NOTICK ia liereb.-- ci oq thnt I5hiii������-  - jail t & ?An iiao lUilwv, ������f Viofcuriu,  .li. (5 wi i ipi'.'y fsr a j c-nuB u inke and  Wi 1150,001) u.v'h r.'.i ]> r Ai hi-urB, of water  ,-u ot >.'iudv t .-nk, 'ft'l-.idi tlo-. s in a nor-  .!id>-!y ��������� t cCiit) i i'-ri;:i;:':i NuA'eiist'id Dis-  tiio"-  ������������������-���������At,  U!*ihitiw int i  IXg;>  H.'v, n������;\r  {..". wa j O- o-sk- ..I'lie v/niir v;A\ tv diver  : ai 2 i 50" 11> '.re-io.i fviiiTi  Ttailw.������.v   and  v   ��������� v ���������: i;--:-i foi '---I -i.-l  U*iilw .y yjrpo--.CE  ti-   .'���������-... '���������!���������.;-.: '-.ts.': '-i'i ;.: i'. -,ilA-,>j Rijjht t.i  ���������7.   >'��������� '''' "'      ���������       '-���������  it'      -'    '<      I")-*S������1     '.all \f(i  jwt:  a   lC   Of  i;i^QU i'--i AL'i  nu  ...   i.: '> ;-. i!   o  /   u_ A^ri  ��������� ��������� '.���������.-_ .- ;:   '���������. i',} ;', ;.i the  oflice  ���������.'...' A -ry.- ���������������  oi, Vioturh, B.C. '  --.  -.ii .y h<_  lil. d wUv tho mid  . ������������������diVhj.- -1-  r  Pi'/ixi-,   P  B V  AiNALMOPvAILWAY  Appliv'illit  U. E. h.t:  SLHY  A i'uni.  n;y7  cha. S'_ cf s>ail pusver within ill- ful'lowii j;  d.-soribod teiri'oiy, i_ heiciby approved  '.sii'-.ject ;'o ihu liinitetit'in of P<.rt IX of  lhe- Wiit.r A.ct ������nd to the follow iny onus  nnt..coud tuns:���������  1. Ti'o eii-sl fpprovol i f ibo ab-Te-nn-  dc-rt:!.������uijj L-ha'.l be r.vprcs ly c ndilioiial  ou fho (:N-'c-ul-i:.ii r.ivi liliny i'f a J\_;id  .wii,U tho  Compi^oli-.-r  of   Water 11 ghtp,  "���������i*o bnVl }J:>uil (.hall bo in tho turn of  twenty thnnsKod do-lars. (S2O.00O 08). a^.d  thill bo by Use l"o__j)-������_*,y cod a Sarotj-  Cfenvp'.-iiy anlh riwd by ils t'h.ror ff.i  liio p'������tormp.uce of-oontrucln of this kind  2. Tbo ier.-it'iy v._*kiiji which il.e  power gu.u-iatijci from tho said wi*or may  bc sold ie wil bin ii rudius af ono huudicd  nud iifiy.i^ilos fri.-:ii tho p���������wer liouse <���������!'  the Cump.'iny.  o. Tiittiunount ol t'r.o 'capKil n'oekot  tlio Oomiiftiiy v.lr.-.-h shall ba tubscrribtd  bofori.. _Hu Co.ri[is.-iy .'nail bej.i;i tiio son-  M.true io.-. i.-f --i-;- -\ -:a-:.:s yiiall he $i;0T000 00.  ���������4. T.",. i]imi:n.t of tho cayifcal stock of  hoi "o'oijnriv whii-h r-ball be paid uy beforo  Ui-^0.-.!ijpin.;^^JUicsiiuthe,_cons__:ucj,iott,  of tlio w.-iki iiViJtll bo ������50,000.00  5 Tiio Co;ui)ur,y _1_������W begin tbe coups uo ion of ths work-, for tho diversion of  i  i  !  1  !  !  <  .tsBtssrass^mtssBsmeatasmB^^  >'-  NOTICE  "'Xd A blCi-JNtJH T.) TAKK AND  lr.N-: '.VMKil.  yrt] ftJI-. in ho n by pi von thit K '_iii-  ���������,.i'.!t ij: .\Aii.iiiiK> lt:-,ihviy oi Viotarin,  '. G. will n.������p:> i'or - li.u; in to t������\n imd  ���������i o HlO.uOi) fidhiw \)M'2i liour', or m ntor  ii'- i' llii.d o C.f'.-I.. v.-'idoli ttoWH iir a  .��������� n-ilrr'y ihiutici ll-.r, tigh iv !mn FJih-  1 :< t in-il i iiijiit.-" 51'������ l':������yn������) Gonial near  ('���������.nl-.1.- K a-.-. 'I'll- *,v ,t r will li... diurt fl  ,i !WJ,-ii|jj,-.rw.iin (������������������ >i,i iti-l.-.'H)- mni w i! hu  i.ii'.l f.jr n*r(.j,-nl ll.-iibv.ij- jiuri-'onu ru thr  1 'ii! d.-.-ivibod ivi i il a,v ri,.l'-.t i f w y ! bis,  n>i-"i.j>! wm* pOi'xii .-.ii .io i .-i.iia A <vi tlio  i,-.I di-y A Apri", UUft    '!''...  V.. 1 lv   lilu.l    ii,  i-'   ���������'-'��������� i,i,  '< i -d  In v.-.-  i- !��������� a :'���������  j li-  . .     , ,,    i U.bi-i.'id wiiler mni l n'  too gcDornlioii of aa  ,it!i   in.  Cou.'rol or   .... ������   p      Ti     on.i    i     IH-  ,,-,,. tne Siid power or or Sjc-fore iho  uOth  day I S*  ������rlu.������ant JHi.liiniu's ,  ,. _, ,       ,,,,,     '������������������,,,     .-, _  v _  l!a-  -    [of.hoiHi?Hibor, ll'li. i!-:-"t hi foro taat unto 0  ih-11 ob'.iiiu fi nm tl o ijjinptroller o������ Yv liter Ki^bia. hid npprov:d oj .i-,c plana- fo:-  tlio ooiihti'urtiou of lhe Raid vrork . uiKlt.  ilia pn.virioni oi ths Water Ac-S n������d A������j-  ciiding Ad_ ay Huw iu force oj as may bc  in force ut the duls of sv..h Approval of  Pliu*-. Thi* plans a d i-pooiiioitioua thall  he Hi-il fo? npprovul o.i or bof������io !il������t, day  of July, JPJ4.    ��������� .  C*    Aflor bsHiniiiiif. tho" coclriic-io1. of  ���������lur wbi-j.fi  tho  Company  nlmll submit  3oiiii-i.umi.dly   to tlio Couiptiollcr of Water- I'.iyi.t.--. ;i primrose ra_>3������t.  7, Tiio Cuiipiiny shall completti tlio work?  tor Uie div. Im.ii*fU ������f ilfteoD tliucbuad  4-&.000) homi'.' puwcv ������r.ii hnvo IhouS iu no  linl optfiiiicn ������n or b- ittue tho Mtli duy of 11  ftdi'tember, .'J17.  3. Tho. Coiajpaiiy ed__V pay nununlly  .uuu lco ������*j mny h��������� in 'wco at ttiia dul������  or uiich unauiil ti-u nn niiiy lio li.ved by ������iiy  ful nro inj_iihtii'������ 'it -nmdmoui.  '.),    Any    lvr.;;iin.-i-i-    uj:;)oinleil   by   Him  jMitiirfior ',;  '..[-..:d. Un iiint purpono nhull  -'������������������j ��������������������������� .nl piirtfi of tlm works  r '". ; 'll''' ���������'. I'llJ,' till! SillJlP,!!- (I  "   7:: '     die  raiiilruot'Oii  i. " fi   ������������������!;,'- -.;ilh  iho pli'Kuijfa  i ������������������- I-,' ..-in i-iifsrrcd to.       Ifc  '    fc_  "    i.; - ���������   .'-. .n.'wiij; woil.ii mi   <?,  ' f ''::��������� '. i" 'ii - Mii\ll nut ho |$  f."p ���������-' - -i 'aw. In,vu obtiiin  .. ,di -ai.ri  'Ai 'Vaot  ���������- (.a ������������������ , iy  tc.-.i -j- ,- m  ���������- ���������  I' ;.-iit.i  !uvi; fr. ������������������  ! r tiio i:..;  . f   -u-oi-r '���������'���������  '! ,"l-r-i)f J-;  'll! K'-i-"- fl  1.''   VI :  Anything yoir want: and whatever  way yoii; want it. , Beluvv are a-  c jtliings '\ve 0prinf  'lc \K  Give us a Trial. Order and see"  j how well YOU will be. pleased.  ^-1-��������� i  ^i*^Vjow-������aj_j_<xza2_Triat___t-ai jria. ik. fruracimw  I  1   }   ' '-��������� '<,'  I ;���������.'.(( 'I  t : ���������. . i t  ri .D.ii  I"!-)  Vv .<_  I' 1  > .L  'iHi A l.I'lMl.V.'l': I'/ T.\K  AlTiV  ii lii'n  by  ������i\.-ii I'n I,, I'" .*, i  7 '*. -i:.'i��������� liiJlof lho Htiid  iiul'j.1 wtiilo lltorouiidor.  II,   Ilio iv.lit of coiiirriioting workn  ti. privutr- l.u.d i<h;i!l not bo ovurcincd tx-  '" *"t i c |it thn )ioni-,i..���������-.iiHi of ilia oviii-r linn bemi  j ��������� i'!i.iiicd urti-.it jirovi������;imiH of i'nrfcXIII  .if tlio H.ii.i Art Imvo Ijukd compiifid witli.  Vi, 'I'lif rig.'l of coi utructlDK workn  iiloni,' or .looitnij bi;,'lnviiyn nli.ll not Uu ox  cnri-inl iixcipt > spi'ihi pii'miiiiiioii of thn  Mhviaii.-i- oi r*iiilio Works, or if nniil  liiffhwiivH nii" within n niiinioipiility, with  .>  up I, it Kii'mi u-i Ufbdiy, oi Viot.i-i',  II. i", will apply fir ������ I coiinf* In lat--������i nnA  nn' ]tn,0i)*i (Kilt iv p-.T HI  hi-itt-i-', of '.ViKr I mu ,[,,, ptrmimii'ii ul   'lio C'oiu.oi.   of tfiO  m.'i of l\.?y tirai'A, whith d o\ a in n iw;tr-  ori,v iii trVioi* th iiiij-li tiiiivi *f !)i.-ln'ol  u-iii  mnpl in   iii, i UoiiV x It u lii'iip,  m ,o  ni,  ro I i  'A'lMl  iv."-.   Tiiu w litu- n 'I! be i|n11* i ri  ii|..i!M',ini fa'uni Kiiij.viiy -mil  ���������   .    > .(    i<   :  "V  ud  : ������������������ -, j n .. . u  iv.  lli'd ciiy \\bhi  rn  \\'<y.   Tiii.i   n lire  wm p mini   i.n  th"  /,"ooni '��������������� 11:- :i.-.i dny ,.t A[,i'A   linn  Tlii>a|i|ilio.dM)i> (\i!l I v (Ihnl i-i tlio i l-Hiii  if-iliu Wutrr R-forrii'i- ������l YiototJa, II C.  U j 0 I'iii.i mn\ o.a oiui a' b Mu: )*!������������������  Wilt' r U'l-omIit or w'rii lip (! m-pto'b-!  of Witor MUlitH, I'lilinrtnii'- HulliliiiH-,  Vict ri.i, ���������-, v.  r���������-9,uj'MAi;r & NANAIMO it/.: f/V .*'  Apiiliw.  7.. lb l'A7ALV7,  fife's fottou itei Gw\\>-y4i  UlOAif,' ill'i),  (���������A ivi>j,ir.." l\ i  ll-.U Wu'   V   '  Uiui';  ifj*  u  .iiiiied h������ provlil-  i-ii'-.-n  ''/l iuul U7'2i.if  .'.liiit'.ir of LiukIh  ��������� tl,i.i IHh  ; i   ll"-'  >  a*  V'*  ly-4'iVJ.    A 10ihirrui--* otrr :,w, Ji: tin. :\ -   J  %r   .-r_-_i wild I'Y I** ������ii-iiirtfu.ia o? -m ��������� *S>--* **��������� ������^* '��������� -������  y     vT^   priiijiilil  on  rocclft of rcici. I **  /      NL      Vroo |i.imnhlat. Aihli-o. ���������; Vk'-l'i  ta|I^UaC0,.Toil4hrO.0.{. (Jortiu.rlyi:Yi.ir I  M_t_"_^������!.-.'Lr*J*.  LKTTKUIIEADS  51IJ.IIKAUS  KMVIil.Ol'E      ���������  J'AMPHLliTS     .  CATALOGUES  MENUS  DLOTTliUS  DODGKliS  POSTERS  S1I1I1MNC. TAGS  VISITLNC-J CAliDS  iUSlXESS GAUDS  WHUDINO STATION IS ItY  ^.PALL rUOGHAMMES  ICTC, KTC,  ].TC.  i  t  1  ,a  v3ur*avri***wiinMawmmwi*.VMjt,mmmiw.*m*..%M  i  twrnmrnmsmx}  jfKtgn fTsyn vrriatHfi,  'JSlii  ���������ttS rtMl  I  1^     .4*^1  Dunsmuii. flvenae  Gamfoeftland, B C.  A/_  ,/  ^y|ttsai?a*W5s_c..'ri.*i,t:x. t . * " - *��������� ' <.(  v.- '   "- ������������������-������������������' ���������' . .  \  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  I  Lr  W-H-l-M������H-M-I������J������M-I������I-Hi'  t.  i  %  %  i'  A Chain of Legal  Difficulties  Consequent Upon a  Youthful Love  By RUTH GRAHAM  j> ������-H-i-H-H~W.H-H������H-H-l-H-������H-l">  Daniel and Mary Longman',hnd been  married teiryears and had no children.  A Mary especially longed for a child,  nml largely'on her account _Dauicl  wished for one too. One evcuing just  ���������nbout dark and before tho lamps wero  lighted Mary hoard a queer sound In  tile hall just within tho front door.  Lighting a candle, she, investigated unci  found a basket, In which was a newborn baby boy, An envelope was also  found containing $100 in bills.  Mary Longman examined the baby's  clothes, which were of lino texture,  and found an initial letter embroidered  ou tlio, slip. ' She also noticed two  moles on its body, one ou tho right  ferve In. enae tbe suit went against  ber.  During the period when the case waa  In court she was much In need of  ready money for legal expenses and  sent nothing to the Longmans for hei  grandchild's use-.The caso was decided  ngaiust her several times, but slie always appealed from tho decisions. At  hist,-worn out by disappointment and  anxiety, she fell ill aud, realizing that'  she was about to. die, informed her  lawyers, of hor grandson's , existence.  Slid died soon after making, the confession.    ,  The question of the ownership now  turned upon,Frank Longman, or, to  give lilm his real name, Frank Reynolds. ',-������������������'  As the adopted son of tlio Longmans - lio ivas of no especial Impor-  tnuee.'but as tho heir to u valuable cs-  tate he was of a great deal of Importance, for ho was keeping ills uncle,  Thomas Fletcher, out of tho property.  The latter saw at once that his best  chance to secure it was to prove hia  , nephew dead. Ilo put. detectives to,  work on the case, who found stains of  blood on clothing that Frank had left  behind when ho went away. This was  i really of no importance, because tho  1 boy had been constantly cutting himself with tl)o sharp instruments ho  used inr-ihp articles ho mndo, but it  was quite enough to bring a charge of  murder against the Longmans, espe*  dally since an analysis of tho stain.  leg  noar  the  thigh,  tho' other quite f showed them to bo human blood.  largo under tho left shoulder blade.  Thinking' the slip might bo of use  some day for identification purposes,  [  iu-  i  A1  'A,  '���������/ ���������  TKIa'UB -AY A HTJNnr.r, WRAPPED IN BltOWN  PAl'KH.  nlio put it away, pinning to It a dt������-  .crlption of tlio boy, Including mention  'of thu moles.  They gave lilm a name���������Francis���������  mid adopted hlni for their son, though  imt legally, for tlioy were poor persons  1 nnd luul no property to leave him. As  (soon as lie grew old enough to show  any bout ho displayed a strong Inclination to worl; with tools on wood, malting small artk-los, which ho managed  to sell In order to get money, which a  child nl ways (lads needful, When ho  was l.ifleon yours old he had becomo  quite export fit this kind of work. Ho  lipc-nino dlHsntlslluil with the quiet Ufo  lio was loading, and one morning ho  wiih missing without leaving any  word,  Tho way Frank had eonio to bo left  nt the Longmans was this: ln the snmo  town lived n gentleman named Fletcher.    A    ihiiifthtor.   riioobo,, eighteen  years of ago, fell in love with a young  ��������� 1111111  named  Reynolda,  who was not  accept iiblo-:ti> tlm girl's parents, I'lioobo  niaiTli'd lleynolds clandestinely.    Hoforo the ti.inniago was admitted ho left  for purls Unknown. Thon, It being discovered ^Init 1'hoeho would become a  mother, hor parents concluded to koop  tho whole mnttor secret, put awny tlio  clilld as-'soon as horn nnd tako tholr  daughter abroad on a plea of Ul health.  Ilefuie tho child was born Mr, Fletcher (Hml, his demise being hastened by  hln trouble  concerning  Ills daughter.  When Hho -boy  camo  Mrn.  Flotcher,  who had hoard of lho Longmans iuul  (heir doslro for n child, scut ouo In lior  eonlldonco with tlio bit by to tholr houso,  who, iluillng tho front door unlocked,  Hot the basket In tho hull,    A fow  weeks Inter Mrs. Fletcher stilled for  Kuropo with tlio mother, who, retaining her maliloii nnmo, was supposed to  lie an iiiimarrled woman.  Jt was Mm, Fletcher's Intention to  send Daniel nnd Mnry Longman'from  (line (o timo money to pay fnr tho  enre of tlio child, nnd lho grandmother  Imd |ii'i>i(ilciiHJ her diiu^l'lcf tlmt "ii  Jji'j- rrlurn from Europe r.ho would flw.  a wny to uot tho boy bade nml bring  liim up lu their homo. Tint (ho young  mother died abroad, nnd Mr-a, Fletcher  feiiin'InoiV thoro nomo timo nftor hor  J.MKrMpl.'o   ilo.Hi.  On Mrs. Fletcher's roturn alio wns  met by a Inwmilt on the pnrt of a  brollier of hur Into husbnnd, Thomas  frit-lclier. who claimed thnt undor tho  Longman aiid his wife were brought  to trial for murder. , Tbe detectives  employed, paid liberally by Thomas  Fletcher, . brought - testimony ' from  neighbors that about the time Frank  disappeared they had heard cries,. in  lho volco of a boy, emanate from tlie  Longmans' abode. This, together with  the blood stains and other corroborative .manufactured testimony, made a  strong caso against the accused. Thomas Fletcher sent a messenger to them  to say that if they would glvo lilm evidence that the boy was dead ho would  see' that, tho charge of murder was  withdrawn: This meant tbat tlAiy  should make affidavit that Frank had  been drowned and his body never recovered.- .,   "'.  The Longmans, although they saw  the gallows staring them in the face,  declined to testify falsely to save themselves. Besides, they had no reason  to suppose that Frank was dead, and->if  he could bo found they wished him to  come to his own: When the'trial waa  over and J.he ease submitted to the  jury thero- was .i disagreement. The  accused had been in jail for a long  while and had the prospect of remaining thero for an indefinite timo. But  attorneys who were interested in producing the heir to the estate had been  MWtisiiiir^Wgeiy^for- FrniTK"and-  whon after the trial tho prisoners wero  being led out of the courtroom to the  jail they wore astonished to meet-their  foster child coming in.  All threo were at once-locked in an  embrace.  This ended tho murder trial, but did  not resloro Frank Reynolds to his own.  The attorneys of Thomas Flotcher entered a denial tha,t He was tlie son of  Phoebe Fletcher, -'and ho was required  to produce proof that he was. Ills  foster mother had years before put  away the garment in which the baby  had been brought to her houso and  the description of lilm, Including tlio  marks on his body. During her, imprisonment sho had been much broken  down. Sho had remembered where she  had placed theso articles of identification for a number of yenrs, but sinco  no ono camo to olalpi tho foundling  and she had como to regard lilm as hoi*  son sho gradually lot tho plnco of  safo keeping pass away from her. In  her enfeebled condition sho found lt  impossible to recall where sho bnd  put them.  However, sho remembered what articles she had put awny, and she waa  sure she had never destroyed them.  All depended upon their being some-  wlnri'o In the house.   That she had hidden them sho nlso remembered, for sho  had feared that if Bho put them with  other  articles  In  ordinary  uso  they  might  bo  destroyed  or  given  away  without Its,boing known whnt they  wero.   _."bo houso was searched from  top to bottom, but tho proofs were not  found.   It Hoemod that, after all, the  boy must Ioso nn ostnto that,wns his  by right for the want of u child's shift.  At time- inoiiiory requires u starter.  Diuilol   Longman  was  lu  tho garret  looking for lho lost articles when lu n  corner  ho stepped  on  a  board  that  croaked,   That crank brought to lifo  lho norm, ho to speak, of u memory.  It  camo Blowly, but It camo surely,   lt  wns ho vnguo that at first lio considered  It as nothing,   Hut thnt croak continued lo work in lils brain,   Tho saino  evening whllo at supper ho told hiu  wifo that liojind u fnlnt romembranco  of his hiding the articles for lior. Lntor  lie said ho bcllovod ho had taken up n  board In a Iloor, nho had put tho things  in nnd ho hnd nulled tlio hoard down.  Suddenly ho nroso from Ills half lln������  ished supper, seized a screwdriver iuul  hummer nud, taking n lump, wont up  Into Iho gnrrct.   Hln wlfo nnd Frank  fuiii/lti-d   lliul   io   iho   Cfiiiti    llliciU   ui)  luul iMepj-igd on lhe bonrfl Unit croaked.  In n minute tho bonrd wns tnken up,  1 nnd thoro Iny a bundlo wrapped In  brown pnper, Opening It, ho took on!  n baby's gnrmont, to which wns plnucJ  p Mt of j>i������.r.  j   For n  -second (hue tho tlirco embraced.  I Tho noxt morning tlio proofs woro  j lakon to tho Inwyors who hnd con-  ' iluelPd tho ciibo for Mrs. Fletcher, com-  l-Rememben,       ���������, ���������-  I remember, I remember,  When courtln' Sal I went, .������  The parlor where eo many ,  Delightful hours were spent;   ,  The good old horsehair sofy,  Tho crayon portraits, too,  Which stared eo impolitely,     *;,  - "Aa crayon portraits do;  The whatnot- In the corner  Killed up with ancient junk:  Tho stuffed owl on the mantel,  Who listened to the bunk  I peddled just like you did ���������  When courtln'. of your gal,   ..  - And life was simply heaven  When I was courtin' Sal.  ��������� J. remember, I remember,  How I marched up the aisle.  Tho knot tied by the pastor  Has held f<<- quite awhile.  The horsehair sofy's missing,  Tho crayon portraits, too���������  .We'ro living" in apartments,  With modern stuff clear through!  Tho stuffed owl ls not. with us,  Perched up above tho grate;  Wo have no corner whatnots,  ��������� For we are up to date. *  I remember, I remember,  I married Sal, you bet.  Tho landlord nnd collectors  Will not let me forget.  I>, ���������Brooklyn Enrle  Too Busy.  Golliam-IIow   many   buttons   has  i your -wife got on the buck of lhat  ���������dress?  . Flatbush���������Oh, I'm sure I don't know!  "Why, you've buttoned it up for her  enough, hnvon't you?"  "6b, yes, a hundred times!"  . "And you don't know how many but  tons aro (here?" '  "No;, when I've, neen buttoning It  up I've been to confounded busy to  cqunt the buttons!"���������Yonkers Statesman.  PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.  - ��������� Vegetables For Children.  .This is the time of year to cultivate a child's taste for fresh  vegetable's, which give needed  variety ot food and furnish acids  and salts,that are essential lo the  proper balancing of the diet.  After the third year* authorities  say, a child may safely oat any  fresh ^vegetable, provided it is  - thoroughly cooked. A good rule  for the proper preparation of  vegetables for children is to have,  them so well cooked that they  can bo easily mashed with a  fork.  "      ��������� '  Green vegetables intended. ,for  children are especially - recommended when lu the.form of a  puree, the thoroughly boiled vegetablo being pressed through a  siovo. Such purees servo a good  . purposo as the foundation for  a portion of meat,.fish or poultry.  They may also be-thinned with  hot milk or equal parts of milk  and water and used ns a soup.,  Q. ������-.������..������-������������,m,..���������-������-���������-.-������������������..������-������..������������������������������������-���������..������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������..��������� f}  HUNDRED  DOLLAR  PIKERS.  -Mongolian Lamasr.  -.very third man in Mongol!* Is k  la.uk.   Some live Iu tents with and oq  their relatives, while others livo in the  temples.   The temple lamas are of lh������  lower type.   They are coarse and filthy  aud much inferior both; morally and  physically to the tent lamas.  They, are  uot unlike thoso sotaetimes seen by  travelers in the Lutna temple nt Pek>  ing, China.. The lamas living in tenls,  among lho people are of a better cl.ns-  and are much respected and looked uy  lo all  over Mongolia.    Sume,  which  consists of tbo two temples and llieii  outbuildings, forms one of the largest  aud most important lamaseries in ontei  Mongolia.   There are about 2,000 lamas ���������  living here, some quite young, us Sums  Is au important theological school.  Tbi^,  lamasery or monastery is a town in It I  self and very Interesting.   Lamas may  be seen bore of all ages nnd degrees,  On the tops and corners of the temples  are prayer wheels covered with gold  leaf.   These contain long prayers writ-  ten on rolls of script, and tho wheel*/  "revolve iu the wind. ��������� National Geo-  graphfc'Magazine.  Coohevy  ?        ���������  Disquieting  Possibility.  Where would tho gossips get tlieir clew*  If you and I should go  To doing what wo ought to do  Just as we should, you know?  If we should leave no thing undone,  No duly unfulfilled,  But worked from morn to set of- sun  .With patient ardor thrilled,  What would the gossips do, my dear?  I surely wish I knew,  tf you and I were models hero .  What would' the gossips do?  if I went straight upon niy way  Nor ever swerved aside,  Xf you austerely overy day  ,'  Took duty for your guide,  If I should ne'er temptation meet,  If you should pleasure flout,  If yoii and I were most discreet,  AYhat would folk tallc about? ' .  Wliat would folic say to thoso they meet,  What would tlicy talk'about,  * If you and I wero most discreet?  That I can't flguro out.  ���������Chicago' News.  The Reason. ,  "Can' any of'you tell uie," the Sunday  ���������trhnol'   toucher���������asked '__yJiy_Dnn_el  when he was cast into tlio den will)  the lions was unharmed?"  "I can, please,"., piped the juvenile  lead who always figures iu tins brand  of anecdote. ,   -  "Well?"    *  " 'Cause, teacher, ho b'lougod lo the  show."���������Sunshine Bulletin.  John, the  Porter, Thought He  Had f  Tip, but Had to Yield Up.   ,      i  When Tetrazzini was staying at tW  Hotel Rector ber manager asked Uio  porter to get railroad tickets for bet  party to Chicago. As Ihey were leaving the hotel lho manager nsked John,  the porter, what ho paid for them.  "Ninety-five .dollars.'.'    ���������'*   "'  The singer's representative handed  over a ������100 bill, saying, "Keep the  change."  When Telraswiul returned to New  Xork sho found au item of $95 ou bet  first week's bill at tho Rector. Het  manager challenged it and was politely  informed that it was for the railroad  pickets which the hotel had purchased  oh liis order and had paid for.  ' "But 1 paid John, the porter," Tetraz-  zini's manager explained.  , When ho went to' John about it the  porter didn't know it had been charged, Then be ran his hand into his  pocket, pulled out a roll of bills fa!  enough to choke a cow, peeled a yellow  century note off the outside and banded it back. When- the impresario's  back was turned John muttered to Ed  Keogh, (he chief clerk:-,���������  "Another of Ihem pikers."   ���������  John, the porter, is said to be worth  $100,000. He is now at the Hotel'Vaii'  derbllt���������Now York Siin'.  Frtnn^iiii'nrriiirDOi  uun   muintno  _nriioifi!iie__  "ri-woiuinx-r"  John Jones.  To curiosity Jol-.n Jones  In-childhood Bli-oped,  '���������  ; And nil thft Jilt!.? girls and boys  ��������� Declared ho snooped.  In other people's business still  To poke ha tried,  And us a youth his comrades nil  Announced ho pi-ied.'  When grown ho went In politics,  Hecoinlng great.  And propto found ho would with sWH  Investigate,  JTo grew until ho got Insldo'  A ntalesminn'8 r-ibea,  A government commission formed,  ,   And now ho prob*ft,  -McLatidburgh   Wilson   Jn   New   York  Sun. ___  All For tho Sent,  "A woman has no teuie of humor,"  said tho man who trios to adopt a superior pose.  "Did you over wntch a man pro  posoT asked Miss Cayenne.  "No."  "Thru you don't ronllan that a feml  nluo jipjiroclntlon of tlio hiiinorout  would overcrowd lho world wllh spin-  Bters."~V. iiHliluglou Slur.  They Are Now Authorized by Law In  Eighteen States.  - Stato wide mothers' peuslon' laws  are now in effect in sixteen stales,  and laws covering certain cities are  in effect in two additional states. Tho  sixteen states are: California, Colorado. Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan,  Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire,  New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Utah, Washington.  The two states in which laws exist'  covering certain communities aro Missouri and Wisconsin, the Missouri law  covering St. Louis and Kansas City  nnd tho Wisconsin law covering Milwaukee. ��������� , ��������� ,;-  In addition, mothers' pension law's  oxlst in Australia (Victoria) and i������  New Zealand.  ��������� As a rule, tho laws limit po:ision������  to mothers of chlldron under a certain  age, varying from fourlcen to eighteen  years, In some cases the money may  ho paid lo n person, other than lho*.  mother, designated by tho court. Ia  all cases thero mus. bo an Investigation by tho juvonilo court or by an  ,-goiit of n! charitable society or b.:  s-niio Rtalo board or stato attorney or  by commissioners directly.. appointed  by the governor.���������Outlook.  Effect of an Explosion.  ft s&Sins incredible that an explosion  could be of such force as to cause an  ordinary steel rail lo wrap Itself Iwicd  round tlio trunk of a largo tree, ye\  there was just such a result from tbe  discliargo of gelignite at Nanaimo, li.  O. Twelve workmen lost their lives by  this explosion. The rail was lying oa  the ground fully thirty feet from llie  spot at which the explosion occurred,  yet It was lirtod into the air, sent lu  the direction of tho tree'and twisted  round the trunk thereof, jus-t as if il  bad been a piece of piano wire. It was  .'so tightly wrapped,, about tbe tennis  that it cut deeply iuto0the gr.eeu woui!  and 'caused great splinters to starl  out on alAsides. Tlio explosive re  sponsible for this unique occurrence It  one of tbe most power!ul preparations  known, composed of nitroglycerin, .ni-  trocollon, sodium nitrate, sodium cap  bouate aud wood pulp.���������{St. Louis Ko  public.  Involuntary Fasting.  A rtmarkable feat ol involuntary  fasting was performed twelve years  ngo by' a corporal in a regiment' of  French colonial infantry. On bis way  to work ono morning a man 'heard  cries proceeding from a disused mine  near Brest. At tlie bottom of nu excavation nearly, 100 feet deep Corporal  'Andre Desrats was fo'iind in so weal;  ������������������ a condition tbat he could scarcely articulate a word. When lie recovered  lils- rescuers learned tbat after accidentally failing into the mine Desrats  had been imprisoned for <twenty-olght  ..lo irn���������vitHIiAii���������_.���������_-. v������. I-i .-i(T_-/-_/_.���������_f__-_r_._ip.li L'_  'Wiijt5~tri 1,-iv/u i  uuj-i.utj.]j- iv-vn x.���������v_��������� %li ���������.-���������������-.!  But a pig cau beat ninan.   Dr. W. 11.  Carpenter in his "Manual of i'hysiolo-  ��������� Summc-   Recipes.  Huckleberry    rmKliiig. - :.    ii-' I ���������'-��������� ,  berry pudding is  mndo in Ho>   *'��������� '���������"  Cream a cupful of butler ninl t'.i>' '������������������->'  amount of'sugar.  Then add lin   )���������������������������  of  three  eggs,   beating   in   ������nn-    ������������������  lime,  and  then, lhe  whiltjs   \aa  Btiff.   Add half a, cupful nf mi*-  Iwo cupfuls of Hour, si fled wH" '���������  tcaspoonful of salt ami two u-;..;-,- ������������������  fills of baking powder.  Wn-',i .".i>.i  > ��������� .  ovor  a  cupful   of   hiii-klt'l'i'mi'- ,������������������' -  spread them on'a clean dry :������������������->���������    a  board to dry.   When thoy ������������������nv <i.->     i:,  them with Hour and mid tlu-ni ;������������������ 11\-   .  batter.   15ako lhe pudding In u ������������������ A.i,  or square pudding dish well liim���������"���������'!  Serve witli hard sauce slav.ii.-.i  ���������������*.'  nutmeg.  A good hard sauce for this |nni.:,i,--  ls mado with half,it cupful of In,,:, i  beutcn'Jo a cream and tlih-keiu-d hi:  n cupful of powdered sugar.   W'h:i- :������������������������������������   ,  'egg  white,  light and  still',  sca-.-n   m  witli a grain or (wo of salt oikI .-i !:--ti>!  deal of nutmeg and fold it ligluiv ii.u- ->  tho butler and sugar.  Huckleberry Difinplings. - liin-Uie-  berry dumplings are made with Aire  fully cleaned fruit. 'iJiililo-M'nnnfiii of'  which is put in each dumpling Mnki'-  Iho dumplings of n' quart* ol Hour  three teaspoonfula of I'iikin-:'jmi-.viIi-i-  n tcaspoonful of salt, n piece of I'm; let  the size .of an egg, a gritted potato ami  enough milk to make :i soil bls-nli  dough. Roll tho dough hall' an i:i>-ii  thick and break it in pieces I'oiir in'-in-  square. In tho center of each ol -ihesi'  pieces put a tablespoonfiil ot the berries. Pull up the edges or tin- iliuii'p  , lings and thou lay them on a IniUi-ivd  pudding dish. Steam thcin niuil th.  fruit is soft. Servo wllh hunl m  brandy sauce.  Huckleberry Tie,��������� To in-.iUe n fto ���������  licious huckleberry pie- line a plait: ���������  with'good paste and pile llirce cnpi'iils  of washed and dried liiickle!)eri'f?-< in.  tho center of the''plate-- Mix siiiiici.-i.i  sugar to sweeten the berries wiih ������������������:  ' tcaspoonful of- flour and s|irlnl>i;> iliii  over the berries. Then spriiildi' i!i^  berries with a .teasponn.nl. of lemur,  juice." Put on a top crust prick'-ii li  half a dozen places and hake slmvlr  until, tlie fruit is sort and the crnsi i.-  brown.  gy" records that a pig /weighing 10t'  pounds was entombed by the fall of ������  portion of the chalk cliffs at Dover.  It was dug out ICO days later and  found to bu still alive, but reduced i������  weight lo forty pounds,.���������Loudon Mali.  Smallest Deer In tho World.  Tho "iuouseileer"'of India and Africa  is the chevrotain, one of tho siualles?  boofed animals. It stands loss tha.  twelvo inches in height at the shoulder.  The prevailing color of Ibo fur. is  brown, finely speckled with yellow.  The spots arc largo and sometimes run  inlo each other and form stripes.' The  underpart's of llie body are whlfje. II  possesses the peculiar habit of walk'  ing on the tips of Its hoofs. This lends  a stiffness lo Ibo legs which has gained for the chevrotain lho reputation of  having no knee joints. It has no horns  or antlers. Rut, as in tho enso of the  musk deer, the male Is provided wltb  largo caulno leetli or tusks in the up-  jier jaw. It is of exceedingly timid  disposition, a ml lies hidden In tho jungle throughout tbe day nnd only ventures to feed in tho enrly morning and  after dusk In tho evenhiff.  Loyal,  Sister KIUIq'b homo from collcco with A  lii,si of moilorn kinks  In thn way nt hygienics,'sanitation, food  nnd drink*. ,  rrotojda nml cnrbohydrntc-B she combines  oxnelly right,  Vov tlin utrlelly balanced nitlon sho ldcn������  uncn (U iilnht, |  Sho l.nnwu nil nbout dli;ent!on, what I'i ,  licnt for uh to cut, i  What wn nncd Cor body luilldlni;, jjrowtli  and force, ivjinlr and heat,  And lho dinner tnblo's lovely whon iny  ulster Iins It net. '  nut  wo  haven't  lout our confidence Ir  molhcr'u cooUinc yell  -T.I wlnco it's  A Curn For Ivy Poisoninfl.  Many   methods  of  treatment  havo  been employed for Ivy poisoning. Ono  very simple method Is to'ruli (ho skin  woll with a bit of rag saturated with  I sulphuric ether.   This should bo dono  j in (ho "early stages of poisoning.   A  ' single application is usually enough.  j Tho action of (ho ntlicr Is to talto tho  volatile oil Into solution'anil spread It  ' over such a largo surfaco Hint It becomes rapidly oxidized and havmlow������.  If lho poisoning has lasled for sovornl  days a secondary Inllanimallon of lho  Nkln may Imvo developed, which would  require moro elaborate nieilleiil treat"  mont,-Farm Journal.  will of their fathor, hln brother having  loft no lii-lrfl, ho (Thomnn) nuccoodcd to* | piotlng a chain of ovidonco which oa-  the bulk of tho estate, Mrs, FletchoT , tu Wished tho hoy'������ ld������ntlty. nnd In duo  would Imvo proAucnd tho foundling I Mmo ho waa put Into powesulon of his  Iml for lli. Hnutdiil and condemnation eHtnto. Ho took hi* totler pnrentH to  of her conduct which wcto euro to ; \\%0 xvltl. lilm In tho house whoro hln  follow tho act. So sho fought the caso ' own mother hnd bwn born, nnd as  ���������s owner of her luwlinndVi property j tlioy hnd suffered greatly they needed  is his widow, holding tho boy in r* | mu of which they got a-plenty,  Life Amono tho Lowly.  '���������Tlnltig poor has some recompenses,''  /omarked tlio lndy with tho wealth of  Imported hair.  "How now?"  "Whenever nuothor Roddy damo In-  Anils mo I havo to tnko II. lint my  washerwoman gels a warrant overs  week for ono of her numerous Ind,'  iriuiiuii."���������i iithuuij-li i ui>u  Sweet and DIHcr.  Thero Is no roso without a thoirt,  No joy without a sorrow.  Tho "pnnls" that creases now ailotn  .   Will hiintf llko htifB totnonow.  Thero Is no smllu without n sltli,  No (ttilji without Its losses.  Tho Girls wo lovo will by and by  Ilo our severest lionecu,  -Chlcaito nccord-lloml-.  With Regrets,  1,'otlco found hy proprietor, left oi  grand plnno hy burglars who had loot-  ud a house;  "Wo hnd to lonvo tho plnno. How  did you get It h^-on Iho Installment  plan, or did you build tho hons*  tround ItV'-Lifo  From Colon to Panama.  A map of (lio Piiimnm canal zono  /.liowlntf the big dllch In profile eiiuseu  tho iivorngo citizen Ilrst to rub his oyon  and thon hunt up an atlas, On tho  right side of tho map nro lho gulf of  hinaimi and lho Pucllk ocean. On  'tho left aro tho Caribbean son and tho  Atlantic. Tlio map dhows tho canal  running from west, to cant, from Colou  to Panama. Tn many persons tlio Idea  of hulling east fioiil Colou io h<-l ''>  Panama Is a now one. Hut Hint's tho  way (lio fillips will go through Ih*  canal. The Pacific ocean Is oast of  lho Atlantic ocenn down Ihem���������Now  Open Spaces In Cities,  Along wllh tho now keen noss ovtj������  finclnl uud economic reform England  lias developed a number of other virtues In tho pnst scoro of yeara. Ono  Is nu tipproclntlon of tlio vuluo of open  splices lu cities, and ono is lho Increas*  ml determination to prescrvo ancient  landmarks Kvery tew months nn nr-  llitlo npponrs Jn tho Times or somo  other liilliienllnl newspaper acquainting peoplo with tho danger that threatens somo historical or long cherished  spot, and usually tho money necessnry,  to snvo lho properly hns been forth'  comliig.-lndliinapollH Now..  ~CuT-rMTTnTraTis7^n^Miirfr)ri) r;nFTT!  two cupfuls. of flour, Iwo, Inlilo-A- 'i.  fuls of fat, a.quarter cupful of ������":���������������������������.!  half a teaspoon.ni  of salt,  fn'iir  n-i-  spoonfuls of baking powder, .nn- >-���������-���������'���������  one-third   cupful   of   currants      \-  and sift dry  materials  together. ;-. '  milk, then beaten egg and molted ���������:>-  Stir   in   currants,   wliich   luive   i -���������-������������������  washed  and  sprinkled   with   a   i.1'1  liour.'1 Rnko in a moderate oven a:..,-  twenty minutes. , .  Applo Fritters.���������Cut I nrt. peeled ������'  cored apples Into slices one-third "i -...  inch thick, dip tlioso slices Into a t--  ter batter mado of ono pint nf mi. ^  threo eggs and a saltspooni'ul ��������� ��������� r 1 ��������������� -'-  Ing powder,   neat the eggs well, i-i!-'  Ing first part of (he  milk,  then   t';--  Hour and rest of the milk nllernnti-i'  Boat tlio batter together quickly.'4i.  caso tho slices*of apple and drou In a  kcttlo of deep, smoking hot fal.  .   Olam Bisque.���������Clam bisque Is like.!  hy every lover of fbeso bivalves    T>-  mako it slcnm open  two dozen  iii.  fresli clani3 and lako from the siu-lle  Chop thom flno with a spray of parsley  nnd a littlo onion nnd -simmer thorn f<>t  thirty mlnules wllh a cupful of wnifi  Season with cloves, nllsplco and uiii'-i-  to taste.   Thicken a quart of hot ml!'*  with two level Inhlcspoonfuls of corn  stnrch, dissolved Ilrst In a 1III lc* ci-!  mil If.  Strain tho clam mixture Inlo (In-  mill: nnd servo Immediately In Imuli  lon cups, with a tennpoonfu! of whip'  nod cronro on top.  Practical Courts Coming,  "Falher," nsked lho girl who wn>  _:olng (o nmrry n poor mon, "do you  dilute I oiight to (ako a coureo In  household economics? Thoy offer u  lovely ono at Ilrluy Mooro for $:50l>."  "No," replied paler grimly. "Vou  will get ono for nothing after you jir*  married."-Judge. /  '  Red Tape In France.  In ,S_7 lho Fronch minister of tho  Interior appointed an ollicial fnncHon  nry at a nnhiry of 75 fnuiCB n month  whoso duties constated of attending the  mlnislerlnl offices on two, ovcnlng* it  woek for tho purposo of oxllngulnhliiB  tho oit lamps then ln uuo. This method  of Illumination hns long hc������n extinct,  y������t tha ofllclnl eittngiilsher appointed  In 1870 attll cmUuuim to occupy Um  aoslthir  Tho Request,  "Did l.'nron Fm-iish n.sk you for niy  hiwid, fnllierV' nskid Gwendolln.  "No," replied Mr. Cuitirox. "Uo cnll-  cd to Uiseiis.i a iiiuriingu hctlicuicnl,  Iiv AWii.'l iisk /-..������������������ yvur J.-.-.��������� .-.d. Uc ->Ai-  vii lor my pock tl book." ��������� Washliigtou  Klnr.   Keeplno Them Down.,  Cln,m',������r.i>.li,.i-���������WMt   f-i   (rrvVAf    \1r*  GiimbaUlo? Mrn. (.IrimbnUlu-Vou'v.  tpelled Henry with a capital "11."  Uon't you know thnt Ilonry Is n mere  siun's jHiiueV-Nuw York Globe,  Tomato Puddlno.  Ono cnn tomatooH,  two  Juicy   roi,'  onions, ono cupful breadcrumbs, tor  oral Ihln fillccs of bacon,  Pour tho contentH of one cnn of to  mfitoos or nn cqunl amount of front  stowed tomatoes Into a shallow nakln-  dish. Into tho tomatoes mix n ciipru  of dry brondcrumbu. Sllco or,chop th-  onloiiH and mix woll Into tho other li,  grcdlontfl. Popper nnd salt to (ns!>  nnd plnco ihln hIIcch of bacon on top <���������-'  Iho mixture. Iloko In a hot oven null  tho bacon becomes a nlco brown. Thb  pudding Is delicious when served Imt.  For the Girls.  Th.! gWI win* i.t o������ pretty a������ a picture should never allow herself to g������t  In nn nilty  friunc of mlDi-Chl-ago  News.         Relief la Hto acceptance of a Map  Valth It taking tht fojagu.  Cottooe Cheese Salad.  Tako a qtinnllty of coUhro olw-i  hiash lt with n potato manlier nntl  'smooth, adding a littlo milk lu uu-Mei  .It Bufllclently.   Thou chop very tin  ono umall onion, several npi'&H of parley aud. one-hnlf can of^ilmeiiios, >'il'  thoso Into tho cottage tli'ecse, nil<l  tnblowpoonfnl  of salad  drossln-.-   nn  nervo on a leaf of lottuco.   Tin- ni1-  lUtthOn      tieilUOUtt      lillliu'n kin f       A1.,  spread between two thin klU'ox ���������< i"f  lorcd broad.    A  fow olives. ������   Mt'������  hnrd boiled egg nnd cucumber ein.p--.  flno give nddfifl flnvor.  Breaded Chicken.  Cut   a   tender   chicken   Info   "���������-<-  pieces as If for frying, roll in i-en-v  yolks of two eggfl, then In find,  uun  wl breadcrumbs Bonioncd wllb ������������������ii"!  ped parsley, pepper and t.alt.   Pl.u . i  u dripping pan, dot the jiU-ci-m  "-  bihi of butter, ndd a Wile wnier. t...'.-  slowly, basting often. When dm .- i:ik-  out chicken and make gravy ,n tu  pan by adding a tnl-tiira of flour ;,i,  tutu*.  Make tuootli by atirrlng. -'^i^tms&ss
��� \   ii i  _ ii r   i m i ^ i i i - '
im-     --���-.   m mii^ti-f ��� .m.w.11  i-nn-nn     ��� ��� t * ��-l ��� _��������������. ��,, _-, ^piMMn. ��� i  mw������w-*��^- ��� ��-������    i._    i ���������ii-i ��� inii-i       w *****"" "
--���*��?* w-ncr;^-fci ri
of. Fancy China and Lace Curtains.    All
Odd pieces ot Chlnawear at Half Price.
Lace Curtains?at 33 1-3 off.
,   5
ter Stock of FURNITURE mi House ���
Finishing Is stiil the Best in the District
The Fwrolture Store
^���-���* ������*. A. XEcKII
y]^ % The
-I'i:t   God   back    into    your
-i-.-i.iuls, I beseech von, yon scion-
- m
\'n-\t :i:i'.i tochers and profest-ors.
Hid wlien you tuaeii huvs and
f.iri: 'lie fac:.s you hido behind
'.'r.i- high-sounding'' iuiuh'p, sex
?i;,;.doiuf .ind Miiitury and moral
;ji'onlr\ laxis, Login with tlie story
A' tin.-, v.'iirist Ikby iind eiid with
l!h-, description of tho weeping
uifiihiM* al the foot ol" the cross,''
Bu writes Mr, Cosmo Hamilton,
Avo playwright, in a vigorous and
useful  -*P\ou 'fov   tlm   Younger
ill)on!r tesicji sex hygiene hy
diMwing anwl.igies between hum-
ii'.i uafr.nj and that of fiiu'umls and
th.ur*. sun-;1, boys and girls hiosoup-
,'iii   llie world to imitate the  ani-
"TTTTfM-i-f���t.iey-choos<i Ljil_JLl__i___.
.Aliwi with the womlei'i'ul and
buur.'tiful fact that their divino
uift!* of life-boaring and life-giv
ir.;; are divino gifts. Tench their
im-ii-imitiojiF, feed .their hunger
to: iileali;;ni; in a word, treat
'rhe. i! us'children and imt as ma-
������.'iin:-!-, aa human beings _o young
ihat '..iieir minds are sick lor the
company of lhe fairies, for the
ju-u.iiy- of t-imple poetry', fur lhe
r-loiy til Christ's chivalry and un
R-'liishiij-'iris, jiity and love, Lut
��� A>.-f11 iuiyy fnith. Let thcou bi*.~
li'-vAii boing'normal, iv..-pousi
b'.i- AiAsr, dean; heeauso ihere
i:   ��� 'iin' i-iluT |..,..i\,-.|Ui rn whom   to
'!!'- - <���:   il'.,1" !-l-     '.".I'-'n-i'    l\*>'i     '��� be
i     i
|,0.'ia    '-[tlAl,
'iii-   ,-'ii.'i!.H':' ['i-.r'iiii inn.
'���" :>���'. J/nl.io Pi'o.-eiuiior i.-i uu-
:'.', ���; more llian a figui'idii'iiii. lie
i- vell uwiiri. lhat, lhe physique uf
4he country W ho\u<r undei'iiiiced
jij degoueniU1*-, th il public M'.iiou!
iiHhlci'.r itiid |i:,e.'-idi.-iit-* "I" f.'Oih,f'',s|
do*!ui:-, iciioliers,   and  elurgynion
!    GO TO���
Gen'l Blacksmlthing
-AND���     .
Horseshoeing .
, Third St.   .   Cumberland,
Wood Wood
Now ig the time to place
yonr  order  for    SLAB
��� ��2,50"..', per double load
' $1.50 per single load
From The
1 Star Livery Stable*
k ��� ^ '
for the Milk wagon
^        with the Green Box
t       FARM PRODUCE       |
��� Our Milk is llie product
* of tlie Uest Fed Cows
Delivered moining& evening-
l.'MARUYA.       |
Even in;.', classes in Stenography, three times a week, For
particulars.and terms apply to
Miss M. .Hate, 1'. 0. Uux '279,
Cumberland, Ii. C
Every Man's  Desire
* '   Have your Clothes Tailor-Made.'-
1 Eastern Suits made-to-order
%    ���       From $15"to"$25    ,.'
$15 to $'25
Wqt Steal Hafofra* ��attoratg
?W      We gnapiii'.ec stylo,  lit and workmanship.     *K^ ��
"**^ '^      Lftlust Modes. jNowest Fabrics, 250 samples      /1^ |
��    -^j-T -- ��� #:^'   W
A largo, stock of'shorts,   bran, cm-shod' oats,   hay a
.poultry feed for Side at exceptionally low prices.  '
Plione 3S
>�� pal! Goc
is nom Hlmost
'Complete :��
- ;, and will be allopwied up for inspection on
"Saturday; Mako Vour selections now while
lhe'stock is new nud,clean-
Men's and Ladies' Goat Sweater?, Underwear," Jlosiery, Children's, llouds ami Hockey t yy
Gaps, Ladies' Waists,' Shawls aud Fancy
-Motor Hoods.
Gent's, ladies'. & Children's House Slippers
Blankets, Comforters, etc.
��      *1
Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's IiKIiR
_ Wholesale Dealers in alUKinds of ,
 : ~Wi-nes��and_Liq.no_rs,.._^_:	
4��H*��JH,,^W-;*H**!*-M**HMH''J*,W,,*I^ 'I*'H*,I<^,l*^^'I*^v,H**'/-r*-r'-!*,-H*'r*-H*
1 ������  IJUIMIt- kk.uS     l
'received hy tlio Minipti.T of Lands
in-l Ulov limn noon on the l^th
duy ��.l' Odiohur, J'Ji3. fur the
jUll'ehan.' of huiblice \ 00, to CUt
VW'tDOD feet of timber on nren
lui-j- iiiit'icdinfely  north of Lot
ivlr.1.   to I'm-e  the Ms llmt  ����-��'|siV.'Cmcroft Isluiul,   near   Iione
IViy, limine 1. Coi^t DiMricl.
Two yi'iii'ri will hi- allowed fnr
the nuiioviil of lhe limber, l\ir.
ii.mini's of Chic!' Kaie^U'i' Vietorin
L i \
I'.Oi'.L'll is ln-ivly j-i.-i i: tlm uu tie-
linu <hy uf Jjt!C?ml)c i- iifx: i-a,iltontioa will
t�� miiio totljvi, Stipi-uutmiui-t (<f I'n viu-
nUl Polieo fur Uifl ronuwjl of tic hotel !i-
cfiiiit t,i hcII llf'tHM i'i ruUil i i iho li.tcl
kiifuvfl (ir ibu Wood.in* Sow-intf I'laci?,1!
!.; 'i'i!-.t n,.i,(d�� llli-i'- >'n tin- i,rii'*i'i"i if
t\A i h i*,r,\\\t\\b\i       V����iik Wnoniii.'H.
Ho-fMlOcnberl, HUS
ni-tre nnd more <rt'n-rullY ohuoiu-..
l-u, hn id in euniphicently  in   hi>
Veil p-uil eJciir nnd doc- inilhiri;.,
J!n h .ifruiilof ^tirrino  up thn til.
ihv.   btfijiiitiiit,   p'""1   '-I'   VriliAi
ruho'.l, uiiiviu'sity, ami .-ix-ic'y liii-
tl.o ivek of which would permeate
lhe (fc'tlifHt cciflK'fB nf ilu1 earth.
lie ilivurtn ilio njijfolling  Miunlttl,
iuul piir.nu1-' litu   wieioiicd   |<"1.. t,
pflei'^l ri'-iist.iune.
���'���Ail Thai, tin;  -r.iwilist  doc   ���**��
1(, a.r,,,.  unuhMindv, th-.t the fu-|    N^TICBI-i l.=��-hy H>��� W ��" �������
io ii'.in , ,��m ���_,�� '-,'> i | |Urt ()ii _ fy j)liC,,Mi���,, ���..tl ���Wli|o��tJon will
tliro ��>-��i(i'l'illi'in cannot   !*���' t-o ]>ny A,,'- .nn'e l"l'* tin- Mi|��tri.U''iMli.i.i . 1 in.-
.    ���, I   . ..,,ii���   ('.��   .. ���    .,.,.!���  miw 11 Ivliro. Viatoii'i, for ��ro_ow��l i.f
fc.fiii v and iiieiltallV    'I   !'j    l\��"M -
li.M.iiy aim "" "". ,h  h ,. j i ,,,,,,..��� to ��������!> Ii-puxh hy retail
their   jfrnnil-fathei'H    nnd    great, th it iri !-:,i-n-u dsl1:   i*. '*.rt��imy lloun*,
prand falhrl'f, and whnlie  '. :- ii.-a-!     ��� "'"'��� '����� f-""^^ ��� ���'^  ^^^^
over the j.Iiili.-.ll'W h- to th" -p...:,' |    ( (| ( r,(liri j( ,���. ,
or'tlio r.iV��fci"t.'di.-.,;.-u '.il.   ''   ���'���  'J .'.,�����.��_..,. ... >*���.      -- 	
eh--, in <i'i'|> Witli the  whitu  .fl.ivi-j     '.,'.'���'  i'!',!)---;.iM-.:.,i-'ui   hy   <��ijl
tpdllif and |�� the natural n*>iiilf   t-f *��'   .""'    '���'������    'yi'-'-''    u'n7i\yt
tin* U-* ..ftM-h I:.vi����-I.,ii !i. ,��� v  '^Mdii^iiousc o- iu.:n.    /Vppl.V
b^Li'-.'-e in M-ii. "I- no t   (.��}:���
i *
I Ladies' & Gentlemen's fashionable Tailor
\\ SUITS MA.DI. TO ORDER .from   #27   to ;.B0 for tho
5" next two weeks onlv,       Cleuuiii";, Prchsin'r aiid���Ronaii,iiii',     4��
?        Davis Blook, " Cumlborlandt $
*.r��t.-��iri.��P��h��..-..W-����..l..rM-r.-.rr -.^^ Th^tjb
E? it's Shoe repairs  You  Want,
L. J. A. is.,Praofeioal and From
mmuMmammmtJirvtti'iMwm mnwnwiiHi
Leslie Ja Aston
"IDEAL"?STO!IE    N��xt ��Ta.-boii8    I
'���:���=_ ��j-3x*_*c��_aw3_-.n-ur. kvupku
Kr=ncm iUTwn��3e-��3i-B*. ia'tniMJ^it'iWM-jEfS
^vi!iiii:i:iiiiiiii:!:ii^;ii:iii;iiiiin!iiuii!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!ii!!;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:ii!^ - .
3  Capital Piiid Up $11,560,000. Reserve $13,00O,Q0O,|
'-== CJ3-1-
I OVER   THE    WORLD.' gj
1 SPECIAL AT'l'KNTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest ��
1 nt highest  Current Rates allowed on liepus-iifi of $1 and upwards.'' | ,*
S CUMBSiLa.WD,,.B   G., B anch, Opm D.vily                                       |  '���
% UJS10N. pAY, B.C.   Sub-Urancli,.OpeuTuosdnys ��Ss Fridays           q ,���
1 D. M- MORR/SON, Managef.                       | 1
3 roURTENAY,"   3, C ,    Branch,    Opon Daily. '                        |
| R. H. HARDW-JOKE, Manugec.                   J-
P. PhillIpps Harrison
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mi _>-,������teT-Wrw w
-t���niT-^-_i*-T-r-nw-rT -r-t >rr~i-T���rr T'i mmTrniniii���nnin.
tf\ an rn" i rri x~    t    ' "^t ~* 1 ���irmuBmnii ni
���**m****m-im*r��'ir**'mm>**M**M ��4nwin.*jwimw
Mannfaob-arevofMIN^iRAL WATER
P. 0. BOX 483
Bmnri^iriir Avon^o.    Cumberlaiul.
fc.,r*'������'^*��,-����-t^*rfai l*W)*(VM*M��~��U*lltf*>l   *'!<( IM
r-i. r* I
i__tr*i k����ivM-��4_^a.'��'.uj-MU~H.'t��Mutw.��f-.Mi-r^.-��ti ,y>-w ����-<-.��lw*MJr*t'.iiT'^��f 4i^ivwwii#��*.*��-->*.
��W_H_#MPi M*M>�� ^W��MMf^|
^    -,. .. K��ii��-rtMiM*Hr,wPB ttiaiinMiaHta__i��n>
\v$$hfi Motocjde
ih - t'ltici*,
m***** CROWN   THEATRE^-'-
Friday and Saturday, Next
*6f�� 4 V A "
.? J_ ^ _i _m.   V    ^-J-^
(Miss Elizabeth Rushford)���In Character Dance.
Proeramrao of Piotwrea for Friday 10 & 15o
H T.*el Crimrtly Jjrtma -"Olh OW THOU13LBD WATERS."
(American Film Uonipnny.)
���i ""AAZ.L l'LAYCm AlT'A THR BANDIT."- (Mnjoutic.-i
K<iyflton_ Cmneily-"4. * Uir OF THE OLD I'.T.OCK ���'
Iffif* KhIih-   �����)."��� i:*'    "i'   pit-*��tr��-i   S*iturdn\*--(^hihlr��Mi,s
$   Miiti-Hi' >i.iti:rd-iy ���   [���. :�����.    *��!������!. f��r 'I'i''!-.'"''-.
W*m$M[ mo(orcyclt��((   lill you
tfcSr^ttl r'1'0 ''"J     '^ **Hr"
v��%<iVm" -Bp-ciiilly tho 1913 It.dlan.
'.'fjj    // mukc it more ilie.i ever (he
,        -Ut- it more HiB.i ever (he    v%*i   y*'        MffAi rja      >yi     j.
Power, Sated and I-iidwi-ncc unti-utilcd    I ��
by nny olher inoloro>olej Co��U mutt to
nothinK to maintain. Hn��i<?r to ride tfian
��� bicycle.   Nccdi no iat��te.
Thos. Plimley
^;U   7a0 YATRS STIiEE'l
I wWWfni��,IR,*'E
VICT(,KJ/��, B.C.


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