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 f$imLy.  i Yr  r't(j  /*        .    t   -'  : -  ���������TYf-M'Jt^Oi/  /-���������     A ���������  ^  iy-i "'* *  .'/  "A   ���������' yf-tt-"]-'' wv ^-'.-v-  ' " '<\    .'   "  '/   fl  -\  / 6-'-/  ii  Devoted *3������E>������9-a-1y i-o the Interests .of Cumberland and Stircounding Dlwtf.ct.  ; T:ns Nkws, Tavrktv First Yhau  CUMBERLAND   B..-C , WEDNESDAY,   JAN'.  27,,  1-914  :    Correspondence -  |:  Editor Cumberland N-ews  Lear Sit: ��������� In looking "ever  yon.v liftst issue I noticed a letter signed by J. .Shaw, in wliieh  he claims the Conservative As  social.on engineered ihe i.eociit  election." As President of that  Association 1- wish to'contradict  Mr Shaw and inform, him. ilia'.  at .lotinu cl d the 'Conseiva-tive  Asso-intion ,have'anytliing what  j ver lo do with lhe election', and  I fail to so������ where Mr. Manscwi,  our present representative, 'has  cause'to Joss'any' s'^eep through  tlie'propheeies of Mr' Shaw.'  LETT__R..XTHACTS .  ;;- J'TOM'-SALI-SiiUUY PLAINS  [ West rXuvn, Smith., Nov. 2-1  Dour Ones:���������A couple ol' weehs  iiji'o L. :nul 1 worn nt Salisbury a-  Hiiin, nii'l eonainly enjoyed i'. It,  wns Sunday, nml we wont, to tlio  nlteiT.ti 11 H'i'vieo 111 lho hi*-t*������rif.  cathedral, \\\' IVI I int'i coiivcr*'  a uun with 11 middle a^ed penile  iiiuii, wlm nfk'i' awliilo ashed if wo  ki'Oiv a couple of soldiers who  would lij.c ti 'hot    lmrh.    Wo  kti-  SunscKii'Tiox $i;o'c a Y..a_.  " III llll'W,���������-IWy IMMIIBil m ia. wn_____.  mediately ihoiiglit of ,11 .couple of  soldiers unnwi rinjr   roquiroii'onts.  Wn wore tiihin to lij.-Hionio, o'iven  rhe'  Conservative     l'aity   i'uAinir.balhs.  and   entertained . with  *")  Hew" Sfcook of Fall" Suits  " for 2Ken   and Boys1  I   :  7'      .        a   ...    ���������r~r���������y-  -.   ���������    Oir new range oi" .Vien's Overcoats- in  splendid  ?/ values', and styles the very latest,' prices  $8.50, to '$2 7  Men's Suits, right'.up to the. minute,- at'fYom$:2:  ani.i"50E-to~$^~o~rour^  at your:comm"ind?' '   -     ^ .  ,?    \Yehavc the largest showing of Hoys* Suits ever  shown.at/the L'ig Store and prices arc. very ,n.odc.TL.it  SIMOH 3LEISER :<fe -eO;,'-.__T������.'-'  MEETING OF COUNCIL  Council held regular .meeting on  ���������Monday niglit. Present, Aldermen  Mnebjiiiild, ' flinders on, ��������� Hrown.  Bankp, Carey and'Couico;';  -- AldoriDDii Mu'cDonald. actod as  ohnirmiin in 1.I10 ubaenco of tlio  tniiyrir;* . ��������� ���������'���������-.',  Minims of lust:- .meeting' road,  adepied nnd signed.'.'.'.',  Tho 'Polico Commissi.hers i*ecii m  mo del the employing of a night  watchman inconneclhn wi'h tho  Canadian'Uoibeiies. This was loft  in the hands ol a com mi. too to report ut next regular mooting!  Tho Financo Committee report  WdS left ovor until noxt mooting  tSuhiiolofiimiilos���������  Tho estimates fur ordinary ex������  ponditui'o. were received and laid  on thu table until next night of  mooting, the cleih in thu moanlimo  to oommunioft'o wiih lho Jiduon-  tIon Dopartmont and urgo on tho  Department tho ncc-uslty of the  of the city obtaining 11 mouutiro of  porniiiiiont relief in connection  with tho maintenance of lho  schools.  Dill mi ml accounts���������-A. U, Kier-  Blond 1.8.75; I. U. Cinzotto *2.50lre������  Jforrcd to tho Financo Committee  for approval.  FOUND-SCOW, SO'x.iiS feet,  ou JJeiiiiiaii bland lionuli.. Own.  or cnu havo'sunm by pitying wl-  vajie    and    iidvni'tiniug.    Apply  Kay Clinluiers, Deiiiiniu Island.  -- - . > -  When in doubt.���������play Iruuijis,  JImw (Jiiard tunc Your  P111110.  Ji'iir'.'i-y Kxperionco.  Jliviituni'.'iidh Troin the lending;  mii.ii-i ,1^ l.iUii tLe A'.hi.Lir-* lo llm  PtiriCi'. 'J-J������ie.-> uf i;i:u.' f;ir.ii..li-  Oil  i< l|Ul ������t,  \V.,}. (i.ijird jU'lll be in this  (���������ity ii'ii ur April li-t. Lenve or.  diM'H at 1 i'is 1 IHiv. <>i' writo direct  to HKb-i*tU   Ave    WA'*],   Villi-  .   Diini >'Wi'.niver.-a'ry   wns   cele"  bniti'il in, the   Ctiniberliind    Hal  on Mond iy ni������il.t   liy 11 niiiubei' i.'  our local ���������Sooicihu'ieii   and   adniir  oi'.i (if Scotiu's gre-itcst poet,     Mi*.  -Iblui'. Tlu'iir'on, oue  of our prom-  nient Irish ilicii (^j \vas   enlloil   t(.  the chair, and mado  an- oxoclloiii  I'liniriiiaii.    The jn'o^rani consist-  ,wl of fi'.i'if^, recitations   iuul short  'uldi'i'sse*-.    Tho   lixuid    purl,   of  the program was  uot  overluokid,  is we noiiueJ Iwo   henvy Pihom 1  liiiwit/.ei's'mounted   on   the   plah  i'uriii and Irainud on the ntlnckiiii'  party,  ivliicli were se.iveil ii  y Guli  ner DeCutir, who, by a well di"  reeled lire, poured llieir.eonteiiU.  inlo the assiiilauts. Wn ' did not  notice any fatalities when *ve'  beat a retreat,.,1 nil it looked ns il  many of the t-liols. h id lalam ef-  I'eet; and the i iiiniuuuiiioii had  not run out,  Wntch out for the Ideal Store'.'-  P>ig Slaughter Sale������������������panieuUiis  later,  Mr. J. Keslev is in town and i.-  renew in u old iieijiiniutaiieeri, III  sliiyiii^ at the Uiiioii Hotel,  .his district is iu .good ^llape aud  will be able.to "give a  good  ac ���������  count   of   itself ��������� when   the time'  comes.   '"Coining'events always  cast shadows.4*     Probably   Mr '  TAvuw has .been _ioueui<; this; he';  also makes  ai-iothee1. rediculous?  ;S .iteinent. that with'wis   or two-  exceplians the   chureii   Iras ' ii'i-,  wa\ sheen   aeaiu^t   anv  move  uipot that had a tendency to improve ilie'coudi'-iou ������>f the'woik-''  in" class.     Has Mr. Shaw  ever-  done anything Along these .lines  in   the  form of example 1.0' the!  -churches   of   Cuinberlaiid'?.   J-1  don't think*so. ���������    Any working'-!  1 ��������� *���������-*     1  man wilj beuefet more by   going  l o-c h u rch~aii d'l i s te iri ir'7-icr"\v ha" r  is said there,   than,, paying   air,  attention 10 the gaseous out- .iln'icst "impossible on a ruiH'er  bursts of'iir. Shaw, who lias ne-, ohwt' tf:tJj 0IU) ljlim]:'ot ovy- im>  ,-er been comieacd u'ith ain il)}. t,1(1[1,CB nll 0:1 i,1(;i11('|j���������K .lK,cs  "public movement., of any kind, tc i ������������������| 'tjdc-'ii'iii.s." While un in  ���������iiiy' knowledge,   lhat   had   the;  music by two nf his "buys; and  then he would have ii that wo.stny  fur tea���������so we stim-d. Wo on���������  joyed especially;..' this tuueli of  home auain, tl e \om nl , suo.li in-  I'lueiiees .beiuif whnt 1 1111.-.S more  .than ai'yihinu eis-e in lliis camp of  uriMod men.  I was on guard duty  last  Sal-  urday at a   nservoir   near   here,  y .  And it was about the most tniu<i'  duty I. hare put in .yet.. It was  very'Cold ami windy, and while  on our Uvo-liour guards, on lop ol  Uie rfiserviiir, wo iivvited J ho full:  blast of tho ., wind. The four  hours oil which Mlo'w?, the'iniiir.l  luts to bo put in near ,01'  in   lhe  New Year's Greeting  ��������� From H.R.H. Chief Scout  '���������Hoii.T. I-I, Hencage.  Yietori'.i, 15. ('), ���������  '���������I. desiie   lo   extend   he.ii.ty.  New'Veav's  Cieelingai fiom ihe  (laiKidiiin (ieneral   ol   the   llov  Scouts Association0to  the ofli-  eers and inembeis of the Ptoviu  cial Council  of I.riiihh t'olnm-  bia audio all others' iu   Hiiti>h  Columbia who are  giving  time,  money   and   attention   lo   this  splendid woik.     The Hoy Scout  Hieveuieiil has more than justiii  ed its founder's   hopes ���������cinicein-  in������ it by the results already   attained, and we look   for  a large  increase    in    "its     iiK-nibership  LI i���������; T1 ��������� .\ A N T C0 Hi^ N OK'S  ' 'CHALLKXai'SBIl'vLD  g'lTTim tefir,'*aiiiniU"re also "it "wns  cold und draft v., and   sleeping was-  ihreuglioiit Canada'next year.   ,  -    '���������ARTHOR''  tMiief Scout."  In Reply���������  ���������'II. R  II. The Dukcol Con-  naught,  K. C_  ' Ottawa."  The officers -and members ol  the IJritisb_Coliiuibi:i Hoy Scout  Association mos;. warnilv a pi re-  eiate the gracious and most welcome New Year's 5'.eelinge extended lu 'tlifin by \oi:r Royal  HiohiK'ssaud Cauacii 111 O.nenl  Council, nnd desire to_s.eikLilifibJ,  .   This Challenge Shield, which  was held   dm ing 191.1   by   the  !fairview Tump, Vancouver, bus.  Aieoii won   bo iht*   Victoi Li 111,  who will hold it during the year  191.5.     'lhe o:der.of merit, with'  the points gained of  the 21 lead  ing   tloops  i**  appended.    /Hie,  maxi 1 um <y points pussible Wat -,  60;. closely   followed   by , Fort ,  Hammond with 36; closely followed by Chesterfield (North Van  couver) with "34,  Tlie majority of the. totals   ale. ,  -far loo,low;    the   maximum,  is  wi'hin  ihe reach of vveiy troop.  Ir is impossible for us to go int������  delsils here, but   we will gladly,  on request, point nut-to-individual troops fh :  reasons why they*  failed fo flain more points, 'in the  hope that they   wjll gain higlici  positions another 'year..  * 1: *  Lieutenant Cove'nier's Shield  ��������� Ma\ia u n-marks C������-  1, -Vict r'!a ITI,   3  2, Poit Hammond 36  3. Ches'terfield (N.V.) 35,'   .  4. Victoria V & VII, 38  5,. .Mis-dou Ci:v*'2-:  6. Snlury 23  5-  woikinguiau's   interest at' heart,.  with the exception ui that   Rig  Oil Gusher thai .hasn't   gusheu  ' U(_t.'    n  .11 Air. Shaw can dcmousiraU  to us something better iu the  form of ' ;"eli^ioii--souieihinit;  that will provide for all our  needs, moral and nialerial, and  do away with tlie various weaknesses of man [the ladies uk  OK MrShaw s.iys|���������let him com  uieuce his crusade without dela\  I'll "inirautee the success of tlu  movement. He will be able to  build' a huge Tabernacle ovei  Jerusaluui way a yd command a  Hie job an chief lecturer.  J. H. McMir.LAN  ttrnt*^,  -af *-..<������ *���������������������  The Ideal,.Store is .slaughtering all .Dry Goods. 'Gent's Furnishings, Roots and Shoe*  The Ideal Store is shui<>litci'i;ii_  nl!    p,.y rSn.M-..,    (!<.|i;*. ri,r:*i.l.  ''''fi'-")    R(.,'''l'"'������'l"''l    a'r-lll'O.-v.      ,  Household ^upnltuire  \~or   Halo  HOLY TRINITY CHURCH  ,1  Sorvicte forSundny next  Holy Communion, 8.80 n. 111,  Holy l.uohiiriBl 11 a, 111.  . KvoiiBong and Sormon 7 p. m,  Service iif tlio interccfision on be  half of thoDo ongnjii.'d  in  lhe war,  on Wml no8(l 11 y at 8 p. m,  Arthur Biachlaycr, Vicar,   <������. .���������.  Ladies' and CiCMUhinvMi's  visiting Cards neatly primed  at the Cumberland News.  eater,   f*poIid  A Rtingc; 1  Oak JJurenti, Cliel'fonier, Hrass  Rail He;', Rv.tinori. M.ittrc.';*,  Uofik Ca������������c, f'.r.  Iworylhiiifv in pcrfeiH coi.-  dilion. No rcasonalilc offer  refused. \V, Teif. r, Allan  A ventn;.  Watch out for tlio Ideal Store's  J%   Slaughter   Hide-���������piii'tiiMihirs   ftp. ���������  Tho many friends of ,M. R It  Macfarlane will ho plcasi.d to k:u������v,'  that ho bus fcicurcd a j>ond Y\\u\-  tl.iii ntOceiin I'nr):, Jlmro i^iiiu.il.  y  .���������dowjiassing luAlit . o'oards I re--  ;'ited' tu Himself, at least I hire  nines, each hit. of poetry 1, knew,  md mv iiiind hml n-ueh   time foi  *f  meaiidorir.g, wliilu I watched .lli;  Dipper gi'iidiinlly niake i's niidit.  iy li'df-c'rclo around the North  Star.  Talk   about   baths J    When 1  I'liino   olf  lho   twenty four   lumr  In 1V thero were twimry-foiir hours  of resjiile.    It   was n bitterly cold  'lay. but T   fe|t   very ������������������ dirty   and  * m V V  j;i'ubhy,'aiid I look -a little tub  down to an old . kIiowuHhiiIi uw  ulosniv, where lhe showui'b are.  not working, and gave niysell a  Iiiind bmli, while tln<" wind, whistled by 1110���������for the mioloAiiro \*  uiicuvered���������and lhe wider I  spl'i-sliul out I'i'ofco slioitly in pal  ches on the e.i'iiieiit floor,, I have  had cold baths befnre. since coin"  ilie horo, bur. verily .ihis was the  ..���������oldest,    Our fneiliiics  heir   arc  rnt as good iti- ihey were at V11I  Cm tier, and tl e're    i'i <in'i   m cm  i)    bo   much     jneiiiiv.i   tow,1 id  li'aiiliiicse,  I hope to send ym  some  i-iiiip-,  I'   th hi Mil il (,- n 'p   lil,.,   ;r u',-  ver lino up  the   laxative,   whi'-h  owii most respectful and loyal  grcslino-s to your Royal IT'Ali  ness, together with au explosion,of tlieir earnest wish to do tv  eryihi.iff in their power to, fiirth  er the work of your council,' and  hi ing-nbout an iucrease'iu uiein-  bership and ellictency during  the year now begun ."  ' ,     "(!. R. dIKNICAGl'v,  "Hon.  Secretarv,*'  4**mwiwrt*mrxxim.*'  nre nsiray,  ���������Th'm li'Her has heen interrupted 'many times in ils wiilino',  whilo 1 liavo boon wellnioh forced  10 join I lm nu-lodies which float  around our lei,I. I sit on lop of  my piln of blanket., in fioi t nf u  coi'ple. of caiulli's, which arii placed on llie bi'X in which we hi ep  our 'dioiiiildeir' grub.  The (i .vorniiiiiiit, Un* u-iw mi!���������  fill cd ilii very fully, t luni__.li ������oine.  whul liirdily. We hnve five hi in*  kolH.'imil recently received our'  second issue of shoes, our third of  .mic.U, null al.10 khaki conl m\ful -  ers and' llaiiiklnvu huts. Si'iue  lioijie niiulo kuiltod {roods hnve re.  c.cnlly (Miiio to hum I too, au<l ijuilc  11 iinuiLi'i' of lho bo^s   11 r i^npiiril  ���������~���������uirny-rniiiriTloctOi (  .    ���������       , Ljlowna '   \       21  8. Conn.iuglit [\'an) 17  9   l'ori Moo.ly J5.  10., Paireiew f Van | 13 ,  i r.  Arietnria XIV  12   *  ,, 12. Giaud View \ r,  131  Seymour- 10.  j.|.   New Westuiinster ]  Victoria X ,'url      ���������   - "    ?  Powell River   "       \  15.  CJolden and,,Mcirill     3  11.  Im's-sI Sea Scouts 1  Tbe tweutv one' troops  Good Times in.  Sighi For Seattle  ���������n���������  Awarded the Contract   Por  15,1)00 Railroal   ('ais bv  Russian Govcrunieiil  .ce:in.le, J 111 'JL -~ Russian  Consul Dogoravieiski aniuiuncttl  that lhe Russian governint_ut  'has awardt.'l a eoutract lor  l.",0'.)i) raiho.id ens to a .Seattle  liiiniiiidsiyslli.il the order ii  only the beyiuiiMi,,' of business  between the Uii.->.si,ui g iw'uuu'ut  and the r.u ifi: N.i:.;l". .v>>;.  NOTICK.  Mi. Kric I' 1 li'iiiii'bciy, -wisln-i.  with sin'h Micks,   oloves, cup.*-, fie.   iu :iiiiii,iiiw,< llial hu'i.-* pMitpurcd to  irivf li'fS i:.s  iu   l'Yi'lii'h      Allium  Wu ii'i'iLen   iiii'.liiirilv t,idii\ to  r  ie   "l'ii-t   Mriii-h Col-  he I'll I'M  'Ulillua ln'^iineiil.  To , Cumbcil.iiid.   I!. C.  1(i',-ii'..Mi.-, nl  I'miny ill)    com -c  ��������� |,",'.f    riMiiiiiic.'cii'i'     wil h  mil  tin:  iibo.i',     Addn-s |'.' I).    I'.m.Y  hjli,  l'.i ii'u-l l:m 1.  I;   I'.  ���������M������,M������MH-i,,w������HMi"M������:'������W"M������M' ^"!"i"r*:"J-^*^^^���������^4������^*!������t���������'l���������������^���������!���������*^���������!���������**^���������^'^���������^^,*���������^���������!������������������^*^���������!'r���������^���������!���������v���������^���������l���������'!"^���������^^���������*^���������^���������^���������^���������i���������  ?  i  +  1. *  i  t  HAMPBELI-S  f.iui.vrni" ���������^m������#i*������**������������p*iw  mmm.\t*M*\t%.M** ,**���������"������������������*  %  r ���������  J*  .������.  .1  ?  **m  i  _  wr������ff  Get yonr nance Invitations  printed    at   the   Cuinbeiimd! *  News,  . ���������. GOBBET   BTCGESTIOHS '  7owi? cox'Hfco v;iI3. mako ail t'ho cl iii-  renco in i'ko  appearance cf your  ^ov/a aawl nud much  to your oasc  and comfort.  C I Vj A L% Gr.100  ��������� r.v,    t ������������������     ������  ,.ft.J'.i   VJ A W>v>������  CAMPBELLS  T A  km  H'Wiy.  f;V'-'ill  .   ,     J 'i' * v ���������'''  1 j    ! " ������������������ iiy��������� I  \\h:.;Y:<  \i.yj Hh  rl:  I  i  I  y  j  T  ft *  *M..W..l..l������yr)..yr}W^^^ .W-w������W������W������l'v-K-K-i"l"!������J"X- tttf, "VTi.vr-5-:. frri.TT'p-nTuWT), T3. a  "���������-  fl  1%   8NVEST8VIENT  High Class 7% Bonds lhat are Profit-Sharing.   Serics-$100, $500, $1000  I.WIIS I'Mi'lN r i������-> lie nillultawn any lime ������!trr on. yenr, on CO daya' uolicc,    Hiisinssa al WW  oldies lloniia rii4blitb������l St )fma.   Semi lur ������ji������-i_l fold-tr mid (ull partic-iil.ui,  NATIONAL   SECURITIES   CORPORATION,   LIMITED  f'onlc-ili-rallcn l.ili- Uiu'ldlii*, ��������� '��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� 1'oronlo, OinmJa  ���������  The best-antl easiest way to use  y%JW .Eureka Harness Oi!  is with the luireka Harness Oiler.  .Ms  Nouiatte.    tfolkinutogetoatofordcr.    Ash your dealer.  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  SVimiipri Toronto Si. Jolin  Vancourar * Mont.-o������l Halifax  CHILDREN  TEETHING  MRS. WINSLOW'S  SOOTHING-SYRUP  USED   BY  MILLIONS   OF   MOTHERS  FOR THfiEE GENERATIONS  ALVEFVS NERVE 70NIC  ������������������ Ilimilrnil capsule-:; h;-, post on re-  coiving two (-liars; .nro. Nervous-  nosy, Headache.., Neuralgia, ItIipumutism, Sciatica. Wrllo, Alver, i)01  fjlicrbnuriic,  Toronto,  Ontario,  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY, Ntl. N������2. N.3.  IJsi-iliu l-'rcnrh  lloipiuh witli  ijreritsucct'M, cukhsciilonio \a..voa:ss, i.o.-.r vicon  &  VIM, KIPNKr.   !ILM)I)KR. OISK*M���������>.  BI.ODII   1'UISON,  Fii.i'.������.  icmir.ii no. nm;r.oi_-iHoriui:, SI. post 1 cts  FOl'liI HA C.0.9U. lir.KKMAN ST. Mitt- lOI'.Kor LYMAN HI" IS  touo'ito. win tk poll FREE uimii'ru Dis. LF. CU'.ltC  tli-.il.Cil. IMVKWrOCKlln. I'AMI'Sl'KU), I.OKnON, I'.'.ll,.  TRYKF.lVUSAfiEBlTASTttLtSSlVOKMfll'   r.AsV 'IO TAKK  SAM: AMU  t.AbllS'jCUiet.  sr.:: that tiiaub harxp.o whr_ 'iheraimon' is on  ��������� mr.Guvr.siAui' afi 1x1:0 to all ukmuikepauksis..  PATENTS  FctherKtonhuiigli & Co., head office.  Kins' street, east,  Toronto,  Canada.  , A Trip to the. Arctic Regions  ' A summer trip lotbe Arctic to seek  Sold and t'.j,iort iij being planned in  London. Tlie promoters oiler to take  passengers for four months tit ������1,000  eiioli, including mculs, witli Uie right  to shoot one polar bear, on.; soul, one  walrus, two musk ox,' one wolf and  two white foxes.  Tlie  main .object  of the expedition  is to seek gold in Baffin Lund, whcVe  Quit. Correct  lie was one of Hioho ' iu.'iiiisllivi'.  louuuelous strangers wlm, not content  Willi lolling you nil of Ihelr-dolngs and  iielile\e.monls, insist on learning nil  your secrets.  And poor Jones round himself alone  witli rhe man in ihe compartment of u  railway (rain which ran without a stop  I'roni Crewe to London,-  Having asked countless questions  co rice ru 1 n g his fellow-truvellei's business iuul the object of his journey, the  stranger bosun fo make inquiry about  his I'nmily.  "Well, if you really want to know,"  s-iiid (lie exasperated Jones, "I'll tell  you. 1 have a wifo and llvo children  but I've never seen ono of them."  "Never seen one of them?" began  tlin stranger,    "l.ut���������but���������"  "I toll you I've ;icver seen one of,  them." repeated Jones. "I've been  away from home i'or a week, and my  youngest. Kiddie was born yesterday."  Sunrise in Africa  At I he"recent dinner of the Canadian  el iii), ut'V. Dr, \V��������� S. Jluinsroi'd, onco  the lector of fit. Gcorse's, describe:!  an African sunrise,' us be noted It, In  lho "blue-bhifk African night back of  .Mount ^.ll-.i'iiignrc." He explained  how'Hid"llrsl. blood red shaft of duy-  night shot over the peak and stained  lho elouds buck of lho mountain.  "Impossible at it may se'eni," lio  said, "llmt red stain dripped down and  not up and spronil toward the hori-  -/.on, ll. . proud right and left until tiie  mountain stood out in a dreadful sil-  hoiitte. Then cuuio Iho steaming mists  of. the morning, Mid uf llrsl red and  then pink and then silver;,' u:;il then  sullen thoy covered the luouii'liilii after the dawn and it wns tlumi.ii it hud  never been. Nowhere but. In Africa.  N'owhoro elsf!"--Ni'W  York, World,  " Ti'ueher���������Touimy.    eui     you    spoil  fur 7  Tommy -Ves, inu'aiii.    F-u-r.  Ti'iii'li(M'"~Tliiil'M right.-   Now, .Johnny, cun you toll me what 1'iir i.s?  ' Johnny���������os,  . nui'uni.    Km-    is    tm  uwful Ions distance lo go.  LONDON'S  HUGE  TRAFFIC  If  else  A Master of Good Engl  .Mr.   Wiison  never did  Uinir set. the standard  is,-*,  anything  for torse  logical iitlei'U'.iees on public nffairs in  ths   strongaold  of    blithering     "elo  quence,  or - c  Star.  ho would have deserved well  American   people.���������.Montreal  Electric   Railways   Company .Carried  -1,100,000,000 Passengers,in Year  Astonishing figures '.: regnal lo  London's traffic were given by Sir  Kdgar Speyor ut tho annu.U mooting  of the "Underground Klectrlo Railways-  Company.   A , ' ��������� -  .  During lust' your the companies  controlled by Uu. Under .round lOlec-  tric eui'iied $;U,,93'_,ri00, und carried a total of J.iOO'OOO.OAO passengers at nn average' ol, -.8 cents, a  passenger, Their payroll .'.mounted to  over ?������ 1,750,000 and Ihey spoilt .mora  thuu ������7.81C,00U on Improvement's.  Tliey employed 27,000" men, .  Out of (lie lolul of passengers (lie  Loudon limci'iil Oiunlhus Company  curried fiSO,000,000, und its gross pus-  songoi* t'nrnii'gs were ? 16,000,000.  Oiii'lng tho meotiug regret.., were expressed i'or Mia 'absence o|" Albert  II.  Stanley,,    '.ho    inunuging    director,  through illness, Sir Hubert 1'erks snid j1  tlmt  us   fur   as   llie   question   of  an j  American manager wus concerned, il'|  lhe tireiit, Hastorn Railway were to b. j  as^ siicecHsful   with     Henry   William \  Thornton  as    lhe    Underground bail j  been with Sluuley? tlio former would j  have nothing  to  regret .   Sir1 JOdgar:  Speyor   thereupon   pointed   out.   that j  ijiuiiloy was an Kuglishniau, born iu  Derby, 'and lidded*. "It is truo tint, lie j  spent a great, deal of his life iu Amer-j  it-ii, but. unlike Air. Tli6riiLon��������� lie if '  riot -a  true-bred American."  Horse Sale.Distemper  You k-now that what you sell or buy through tho saios has  uboul one chanco In Ufty to cscapo SALE STABLE DISTEMPER, "SPOKN'S" is your truo protection, your oijiy  unfeduuni, for ns sum, us you treat all your horses wlth'U  you wlll soon l)ti rid of lhe disease. It nets as a sure pro-  vcnlivo, no mailer how ihey are "exposed," At all good  OriiBRlsl...  SPOHN  MEDICAt. CO.,  Chemists  and   Bacteriologists,  Goshen,  Ind,,   U.S.A;  l  hi  it  )������&  M  'ii  An'Mrishman who had come lo New  Vork was met ut Kllis Island by liis  brother Alike.1 The latter undertook  'to .show Pat the sights of tho big  city, pointing out the City Hall, Trinity church, and the tall buildings.  At length they came to Chinatown. ,  Pointing to a Chinese 'aundry.  Alike exclaimed "Look at that, sign,  Pat! Sure, an' yc never saw (he like  of that in Ireland!    Can you read it?"  "No," replied Pat; "but,'begorra. if  I bad -me Hute here I could play it."  Tre  Easiest Way  ,'Ioe,���������What  is  the  easiejf  way  drive   a   nail   without   smashing  lingers'" "       , ,  ���������loscphine���������Hold   the    hammer  both hands,���������Ohio, Sun Dial,  lo  my  in  "Today  since .von  er, Tims,'  ufacturer  ���������Rather Nasty  makes twenty-live years'  and I have worked logeth-  sald Old Niggard, the man  '"And 1   have  done  well���������  AGENTS WANTED  ,     FOR EUROPEAN  CONTINENTAL  TIRES  Canadian  Representatives.  Michael Ert Importing Co.,  Building,  Winnipeg  Travellers'  nugget s which "Tire waiffiiT: to \W  picked up may be found. The ship  will be fitted with electric light, private, cabins with baths, etc. The provision's include lint wines and spirits,  t'gars. etc.  Piles Cured in 6 to. "14 Days  gists  re'ijuj    money . if    PAZO  OINTMENT  rik.    to    cure    Itching,  Blind,, Weeding ov  Protruding  Piles.  Drue  first application gives rclicfT  ;0c7  Stop the Cough,���������Coughing is  caused by irritation in tlie respiratory  passages und is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that come from inflammation of the muscous membrane.  Treatment with Dr, Thomas' Eclectric  Oil will allay the inflammation and in  consequence the cough will cease.  Try lt, and you will use no ,other  preparation for u cold.  Very ant was u description of lho  wilds of Mayo given by nn Irish jar-  vey. JIo Jiiul two passengers with  him, one of whom lived in a very rich  grazing .district, lie wns astonished  at-the bleak, mireralile aspect of the  country they were passing through,  and so begun (|iies,tioning the driver  as to its quality, powers of production and what-it would feed to lho  acre.  "Woll, sir," replied Iho driver, "it  might feed a hare to the acre in summer, but. in the winter she would Have  to run I'or her life."  Stri'.cit by Lightning  Neaily describes the reieritv' ..[  Putnam's Painless Corn'and Wart Extractor. Removes a wart, takes off a  callous, roots out a. coru without,  pain, iu twei.ly-four hour':;. When  you use" Putnam*.. Painless Corn and  Wart ....tractor,, there Is ho scar, no  burn, no loss of time. Sulis'fnelion  guaranteed with every .Sjcbotilo of  Putnam's Painless Corn an:! Wnrl Extractor..  A school teacher complained lo the  principal the other day tluil, one of  lhe big boys was flirting outrageously  with (he music teacher, who came iii  onoo a day. The principal spolce severely to the cl.is:; and ended by. saying  that out of consideration for the feelings of flip culprit hn would not name  hini in public. At the close of the  session, however, he was to, como to  the principal's office for an Interview.  Yes. you guessed''' . All Ihe boys In  the class showed up.  NEW STRENGTH  IN THE SPRING  __^������������������, "���������*���������  Nature Needs Aid in Making New Health  Giving Blood  Tn ..the. spring the system needs a  tonic. To lie healthy you must have  new blood just as the trees must  have new'sap to renew their vitality. .Nature demands it. aud without  this new blood you will feel' weak  and languid. You may have twinges  of rheumatism or the sharp, stabbing pains of neurlagia. .Often there  are disfiguring pimples or eruptions  on the skin, lu other case, there is  merely a feeling of tiredness and a  variable appetite. Any of these aro  signs that the' blood is out of order  ���������that rho indoor life of winter has  lessened your vitality. What you  need in sprh*.g is a tonic medicine lo  1 >i it-you-ri gh tr-aiicl���������i n���������ai 1���������11*. c���������w o r! d-  of medicine theie is no tonic can  c..ial-Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These  Pills actually mako new, rich, red  blood--your great.cE. i^eed in'spring.  This new bknil drives out the seeds  of disease ancl "r.akes easily tired  men, women and children bright, active and strong. Airs, Ceo. Hums,  Albany, P.E.I., -writes: "I was terribly run down and so weak tliat I  could hardly drag myself around... I  was so nervous that I was afraid to  walk across tho floor for fear I woul'l  fall. Onr family doctor treated mo  1 ul. without, success and finallyT began Liking Dr. Williams' Pink Tills.  Gradually 11.oy brought me back to  good health a now 1 am as woll  as ever I was and have every confidence iii rocbmm'onding these Pills to  other sufferers,"  Theso Pills are. sold by nil medicine dealers or cun be hnd by mall  nt. no cents.u box or six boxes for  $-.50 from Tho i'Ji. Williams' Medicine Co., Hrockville, Onl.  very well." ������������������ .  "Yes, boss," answered Tims, thinking of his "mlseiTih'le thirty bob u  week.  "Now, here is-a little' present that  will please the wi.e-.and kiddies," said  O.'N,, pressing u large blue envelope  on' his old workman?  "I'm sure,' boss, it's very good--"  " ''Tut-tut! fDon't, mention it! Just  cut, along home, uiuh not another  word!"  -   With     visir.as  of  banknotes,  crisp  and crudely,  Tims  raced  home  with]  thc.-gift. and, amidst great excitement, ���������  opened if. in the presence of his mini-;  erous family. To his amazement, out  fell a norfraU of his old guv'nor.  "Well, Tins," "said -O.N. genially,  next morning, "how did you like my  little gift?"      '*     ,    ���������  "Oh." snid Tims laconically, "it's  just like yer!"  3eX'4#:  Minard's Liniment Relieves Niur.il-  gia.  mi |l    FEELS LIE  ANEW  Au Irish fanner went into un -iron-  monger's nliop to buy a scythe, After  .serving' lilm, tlio .shopmen niihcft 111 in  If ho would like to buy u b'.o,yc.lo.  "Wlmt. is  Unit?"  As Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Dispelled  Backache Headaches  and Dizzinc8*.  ���������  flUUA, Ohio,���������"l woulil lm very un-  prate ful if I bailed to givo Lydin K,  Pink hum'h Wgnt'i.-  bio  Compound  thn  priiirt" itdworviw,  for I have tftken it  at (lifl'ercnt  tlHRi  nml  it always roiii) veil   mo when  othor  rneilUliiei  fulled, and wlmn -  lieur u womon com-  * .       ���������������        ������     jiliiiu I always rcc-  \ I       \     \   onini������nilIt.J.������������twiii-  -him n.-o-J tt,r | wns attuckftd  with a Revere ennoof or^nnie wrmkti������8i������.  I had hiusknclio, pnlnn In my hips and  over tny kldncya, Iiwwlaciw, dixzinmsH,  I      . !i,,.l_    t.nfl   ������n   (ifini"*������i    ItmliM   Hi'll������������d  imm.lH:,i*...    .1..,-    '���������- ' ...  nr,ft \ vmi������ pUvfiy* llred. I wns linruly  ������ble to do my liounoivork. 1 had taki'ii  I.ydltt K. l'inlchnm'a V<������fi[������tnbl.i Com-  pound on one other occnslon, and it hnd  helped uio ao I look it a^aiu and It hn������  built ma up, until now 1 feel like n now  woman. You )iav������ my ������i������.tny cwiur.hi  to two my n.tino and teHtimoninl in any  way and I liopn it wlll bcndR Buffwriiify  wnmcn."-Mw. OimiK TflWKlt, 431 S.  Wayne St., Tiqua, Ohio.  Womwn who ara milTVrin.; from llio������n  dUtr-.i-iiiit. Ill* peculiar <���������> lhAr s-t  uliould not douht thfl ability of l.ydia h.  Vinkbaiii'ti Vi-Kist-ibli. Comp-imd in r-  atore tlieir health.  If you want speHul ntUloo  writ'* to Itytlln K. l������l������ikliH������i M������������ii-  ���������Iclno Co.,'(oonlhlnntlftl) Lymji  iMiths. Yoiirlellorwill bcopcnwl,  n,.id 'M\d answeruff hynwmnnn  an.l held in striiid conlUlcucc.  machine  t  wh.  ml  mnn.  "H'ti ti  town on,"  "And, Khun  of 11. be?"  "Fifteen jinuiidrt.'  "I'd rnllier    ;������(i  cow,"  "Hut. whul a  riding round llu  e:,w,"  "Hliiire, now," replied  1 nol hull' Hiifli a Tool iih  qiu'ricd, lho Irish-  to ride about the  ho pi'l  llftoen lioundii In u  fool  you  would  look  town on tin., buck of a  I lie Ii'lslim in,  'd look try In :  A corporal in nu Iris'h regiment,  when on n march in .India went to  the quartoriiiiiHlor lo borrow a camel  to curry a spar? lent. The niinrl.r-  muster refused.  "I have only Lho cart, and UiIh spare  camel l am keeping for' a cane of  emergency,"  "Well," said Ioc corporal, "can't  you put the cuse of emergency cm  ihe. ciiri and let mo have the ciuuel?"  A teacher trying to impress on'her.  children the, rightuess of kindness toward nil animals, took them for' a  v.iilk to bring the Icskoii home' to  thnn..  ���������Heai'ins-n-8erc������m--[rom-littlc-7lohiH  ny, she added: "What's the nml tor,  Johnny?" ,  "Ivo. been stung by a hornet," was  tho tearful response, "and I'm afraid  fv_ hurt Ihe poor thiugy  When a mother detects from the  writhingK and fretting of a child lhat  worms are troubling it, she can procure uo better remedy "than Miller's  Worm Powders, which arc 'guaranteed to totally expel'worms from Iho  system. They may cause vomiting,  but this n.cd cause no anxiety, because it is but a manil'f.'Htafioii of  their thorough work, No' worms-, can  long exist where these Powders are  used.  Tom's Favorite Diet  old  Uncle Podger . wus iituiul-  uepliow.'T.mi, a din ter and a.  Ihi;_. piuiloinino   to  celebrate  ���������s  .^ piuiloinino   to  cole-brat  nigh, of lhe young hopeful  EDDY'S FIBREWARE  Tubs  and Pails retain  the   heat  of   the water  much longer than  ,  the wooden  or galvanized   iron  tubs, are cheaper than the latter  and   will   not   rust   the   clothes     '  What about your wife and children? Will they  dress well after you arc gone ? Will youi* children  be educated?   Have a talk to-day witli an agent of  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO,  OFF1CRS;.���������Winnipeg,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon,  Vancouver.       Agents Wanted.  FARMERS  Cm ������lwayt make _ur������ of o������ttlna the highest prlc.t for  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly -hipping their cr.r lots to FORV  FORT ARTHUR ������nd havlno them told on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AQENT9  ADDRESS  700-70S  Y.,   QRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEQ  WHBAT,    OATt,  WILLIAM    AND  "What Ih tii. ovll ol" dlvorooiiiiil it-  niiiri'Ingo?"  "Tho troublo of hroal'lug in a now  moll'.or-lii-liiw."  Dealing his  scut  a I.  tho last  holidays  'Pom luul mado lho most of libs op-  nnrlunilioB, had struggled through lho  dinner to tho bitter ond nml hn'rt arrived nl. a :slalo "n which tho only  thing lol't lilm wn������ to envy the cuincl  with his double out (It of utorrgo  room.  The waiter brought Iho bill, wliieh  IiIh linolo jifild with u ton-pound noto,  Tom missed UiIh part, of tin. nei-l'oriii-  anoc, and only woke up aa tlio watloi-  returned with a plateful of Hove.rol.ny  and liiilt-crowiis.  Tom was galvaiilxod luln life:  "Unfile." ho gasped, "I :-.hould  1 flco  |||H10   Of   11.111,  HH   ti'L'll!"  Natural Mistake  "Well, aro you going to bo a doctor':'" hbUs the friend.  "Not at all. Why?" inquires the  mau'. ' ',   ,  "I've noiicud'you poring over l-nu  mod Uml volume for hull' an hour.  "Motllcnl? Why so it I?. Do you  hnow  u me  /.Ine'  oi  1 bought, it was a  bound vol-  ihe  ' Snappy    Munch-   Maga-  The  Sunr.t  Way  "JIv life Is mndo a  burden by  bill  uolloHorB.''  "I've  discovL'i'cil  n  wuv   of  goltiu '  rid of 'om f..Mt never  falls,"  "Km' lion vi u'b snlio  put  me wise."  "1 pnv 'em. my boy  .'1  to milk a liii',V('Io!"--lVitrsun'n.  in  'Here  llie  wa  cafe  Ily  im-:" nald  "toll   till'  ' '.ii  ,i"  lhe rr.ile .innii  nrelii'Sll'tl    III  lay   '(liirinrii'  while   I   eiil   llihi   heel'-  lilny  BlOllK.'"  "Ves.  sir,  "I want lo  I lVi'l llko a  Mlglii I liuiulre wl'iyV"  lieiir lhe Torciiilni' sung,  biill-llghlor,"  Willie was struggling throup.li tlio  story of lilw muling lesson, "'.No,'"  suld'tlio niipliilii," lio road, '"li, was  not n iiloo)), It wits n largov vessel. Ly  the rig I jiulgod hor io be u-u-u-n-a���������"  Tho word '-'as new to hlni.  "Hiii'MiK'," hiiiiiilli'id tlio loiielior,  Still Willie hesitated.  "Ilni'i'iio!" repenlod llm teaelui',  llllrl   llmo   llllll ri'ily.  Willie looked as I hough ho had not  heard iii'lghl, Thon, with nn nppro-  honslve ghuu'e iirnnml I'm ohis-i, ho  .Hhoiiioil;  "How-wov,'!"'    '"  tll'IIO"  iron is  v.'as a loiintry gill, whoso  sent her lo lhe city in iiltoud  college. When (he luilldnyH (.'iniiOi  around and she en mo home, her molh-i  or gavo n'rt'o.i'piion In her honor, I  Homo of Mn; girl friends asked 1  (ii'iieo lo nluiw ilmm hor new gnv/n-i.;  Ohliglngly she broiiglii.   uni,   liin'ociii  (ll'liti.<ll   fi'llWI,,,   .All   i|w!,'li.'l,'l   (,')>  .(   ,..(���������'  tk'iilurly jji'iily oue of silk, she suld'  "Isn't Ihln ouo perfectly beautiful?  And Just think, il came from a poor,  little liiHlgnllh'iiut worm!"  Iter hind  working I'nlher was seal-  *(J   itoiir,   Wiili'lmig   Mio  penunjiiiiii.e,  cud lie mulled:  "Yon, du rn :', nnd I'm the worm  ������������������ Ur������I������lni:ntl's,/  I'he  family  Vn������U dote.  rem til v  for  Coui;h.i  nml  Coldc  Small bollle.    Unit ������ln':i* 1870,  Worth Two in the  Dush  ,'n ii Hhanio to uso sucli n  quail-  Thoso  Ideal Silver Cream  Is n Rclentine preparation specially  adnplod for cleaning all kinds ot  SILVER &������������������ GOLD  PrMTli. MIRKOttS,  CUT' CH-AS9 or  WINDOWS. It Iti  a purely vcsclablo  compound anil doci  not contain nny Injurious siibstaiicpif,  Any-Hi'ltolo poIIbH-  cil with lDHAN  wlll nwiiilre u lieiiu-  (Iful luatrft that wlll  not Ui'iiltdi.  For Httlu   by   all  Dealci-H.  Reason For His Popularity  .fUnmgor-Tho   v.'liolo   town   seems?  to bo turning onl t. this (iliieral, Tho  docoiiHod 'hum l.iivc   bee', very pouu-  Inr,  Nntlvo���������Siriingei', ho was ono ni.'.n  In n million, After ho bought. IiIh cur  lio gnvo ovoryhody a t'ldci Unit ho hud  lll'OllllHllll   to.���������.IllflgO.  Canadian Bank Earnings  II Is osfiiniited llmt lu lIM". I'an-  iiillun bunks enrnod only i:,!17 por  cent, of tlio eiipltnl invented, Tills is  ii Hiiuillor inurgln of profit thnn hIiowii  by National baiiku In tlio United  Sales. Out of nol protlls Cunuillnn  Imiika dlstflbnted only ill por cent. In  dividends, lis eoiiipiireil Willi 7i per  eent. distributed to iihnrolioldor.. by  Anioriciin. liiHlitulloiiH, The coinpiirl-  .���������mi, I.  all A f'."''M' of f'.i'i'idl'Hi hiMi'-"  tltv  ol! osproys  on   tho  huts  honiiUtiil birds will soon be extinct nt  Ihis rule." , ,'  "Oil, do you think so, my dour:  Thon ynu must coitninly buy mo  Homo.iiulnk."���������Kllogouilo Hliitter.  He's Enjoying Hia Wife's Visit  A Wichita attorney Is very fond of  n cortnln kind of enko his wife Is ox-  perl nl, milking. Itecnnlly sho left, for  ii visit with lmr parents and boforo  going, baked n lnrgo cako. Sho know  tluil. IC sho lot'i Um onflro oulco whoro  her husband..oould llnd It lm would  out It. nil In ouo dny. ho eho out. ll. up  Into hIIpoh mul hid them in vnrloiis  imi'tH of iho house, Wiioh, day .site  wriioH hor husband, mul In tho letter  she lolls blm whero he enn llnd a  ploco of the uiiUo.���������KiniHim l'.Ity Star,  Before f-ropoclng  Clatlssa, If I'm any judge,  ls rather goo?.,  'At iniiiiul'netiirlng lino rudgi.  And angel food,  Hut. tlioro uro othor  When all Is snid,  1 often wondor how  At bilking br -ud.  things), you a;c,  she'll bo  Mlnard'o  Llninent Curet Dandruff.  '>     ;ill'l'M  moiitli,  would  W-  tL  V. 093  .\ clorgyiiiiin visiting a nehool near  Wliid>'or, and trying to Itliislrnlo th.*  iiii-aning of rou.-cii-not.*, n.'kvd .i ohi.'.'  of boys:  ������������������;ii:|ipo:.iug 'ith' of you stole  of stigur ami put ii. in your  mul   Kiuieone  oaiiii.'   In-���������what  luippi'iiV"  ������������������IM get a thrashing," piped a small  voice.  "V������'S, lull .our Inii' wjiilil  M'.A, viouMn'l If.' What "'o'lbJ  du thul?"  "Trs lug tu swallow the sugar qulok,  fcir."  bcrauio  j" [, A bite of this and a, t������ti of ihst, all Any  long, dulls t!i*. appoint and weakens th������  dlc--llon.  Rsclore your stomach to lu-ilihy vtcor'  b/lakln.a I/i-Dru-Co Dy.ip������n:,l_ Tabl-.t  iflur ea;h meal���������and cut out the "piecing".  Na-Dm.Co Dyipcptia Tableb  ire ths best friends for sufferers (rem  lndi������������,',tlon and dyspepsia. 50a, a Box  tt your Druggist's, MaJs by th������  Natlor.il  Drug  and Chemi;al   C*.  at  Ctntda, f.fmlfnd,  lllstoiy I'l'Oi'ossor���������The Ainorioiiiui  nro the reformers of llie world. Now,  can yon ovee moutlon, my dour Hlr,  un 'jiiiRllHlimiin who ondonvored  rulno leglsltitloii to n hlgho. plaiif  ;.'���������;���������!. J-'.'!1    V".   "''"    fin;'  I'.ai'Viii'd  I������ii i"."nn.  ar.  jUDt  Correctl  Tctubi   l',ootllght.H--Mi:u  liko bolls, ttnywnj".  Cutllo Ouhdnui���������Yds; you'vo ,u������  wnvH got lo pull tholr Icgn to got tlio  rlnga oiil, ot tluuii.  At the series of niocfliigs recently  hold lliroiiglioiit. SiiBkntclioivnu on tlui  Hpoolal train run by tlio dairy bnuicU  of tlio doiuirtuioiil. of iigrlculturo, tho  total attondiinim wiih t),52H. Tho total  oxoeedod tho hlglicut oxpeotiitioiiH ot  Ilio ofl'IchilB of tho (lopnrtniont. Jn no  provloitH yonr has interest In courss  of Intitriieflon provided by tho ofl'lcliils  of tlm dopiirtnioiiL boon ho Inlonno or  so wldoiipi'oud, Tlm Ulnorary extended Bllghtly over n month, tint! diirlm:  1 luil time Ti pointi; on tlio Canadian  Piiclllc nnd Clruml Trunk P.ielflo rnll.  wuys wore vlsltod, At one> of thoso  locnlitloti ouo or moro uiooUngH woro  hold.  to  'll U'lff.H  The wrong mini in the junior scoun  may loan sight of tho rIi'I'h mot lior,  but' It, doosn'i follow tlmt nlio ium lost  sight, of hlni* If (hero's ii 'Oiivcnlont  lunliole.  Knto, ngoil slv, hnd boon rittciidlng  nehool on!;, a lev. dios. She luul  leui'iiod nt IfitiHt one letisori��������� lo rulflo  her linnd If she wanted niiythlng. Ono  fliiv Kho wns soiit lo tl*V chlcl-Qu  house To gof ilie o&*. At Aw Veaoli'  ed tho (>hlok������'!i lionso door hor motii-  ei- hen rd hor sny:  "All you chickens tmit have hiid nn  ogg raise your hand?."~Tlit; T).*lin<  O'i'or.  CATARRHAL FOREHEAD PAINS GO QUICK!  SNIFFLING, CLOGGED NOSTRILS CURED  Not n Sigh of Cold. Catarrh, or Throat  Tr-Mih'r will Remain!  It Is guiii'iiiileeil to mnko you  Quick relief for thnt hoiuluclic���������  jtiRt ono bronih through Cutari'liozono  Inhnlor and you fool bettor.  Tlio soothing, jilncy vapor of Out-  ui'i'lio/.niii) flfiii'H tho head Jimtftiitly;  Its lioallng br.lsuniie. funifii tnko tlio  Hting out of Hie non-. slop Siliifl'li'.-.,  oiiiio lho thrr.at, euro the cough nud  iloiiU'oy nil tl;:: vllcnoii;; of oa'.aiiTi.  No ollici' I'inwAy twits'Uilnrrli sj  illroctly. fo aulokly; ovory brontli yon  iJjqiW tliroupli the inhaler curries u  ftia'l'veloiiR lot of healing virtue���������onr-1  rlofl dentil lo Uie germ, thut cnnsc  the  troublo.  Yon laii't kc.-p C.'iit'ii fli ��������� uor   can  you hung to ;��������� cold, or hnve nny cIiori  ' nr Umrnt troublo If vou iuv- (.'uiurrha-  zone,  woll,  .''i.v iii'.iiui uh'.'u to inn l.v n)Au  wuu  nu uwful pnin |,ovor the eye*.  "It wnn f.lwnyft worot ivhun wy  cnlurrli win bnd. I luul thu mcntiost  soroH nnd jimmIm liiHido tlio none, nml  contltiiiully coughed, both dny nud!  night, The ilrst diiy'n us'' of Ciitnrrli*  e/.onc uiadi: u gi'iind lifliu'ovumi-'.iU  Kvery liour I felt bettor. CiiUitIh  fii'or,"'' (.YU'Oft me ii^iTeelly."  O. V. VISUM AN,  t'oidovn, Ont,  Ko line cv.-i' \\<;,<:v. ru'iirrlio'/nn^  wlttioui being rn'lffl..: \t your eattt  h:  cui'ubli',  C;il _i"l .);��������� .uo   ivt'l  do Ilia  wor':  At 'r yi'irf-iwd  ���������,"' com.  1'lete   ilobar   iie.li'l      Hn. .1. Vii.-   ."Oo,  S in id e tihil A:   ������������������'.i'.  ilii  i l  Va"1  1  (^  -������-.A������-*SU?tof^ljf.viv   j  r-*r  IMMII  .iierr v-=-  Ti*  ' THE NEWS. Ct7������tBMtOND. B. C.  i1  f.  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Cut out cathartics and purffuli vei.   They ar*  hrutiit-liarsli-umieccMary. Try  CARTER'S UTTLli  LIVER PILLS  Puraly vtKeUblii. Act  .Kfiillyoutholiver,  eliminate liile.aud  LOollicllicJali- -  I'Mcmcriihranii  uftlieliowel  Care Can-  itwathn,  DUiout'  nrst,  SiA ilcaJacht an& InJisttlhnrat millions know.  Small PHI, Small Doie, Small Pricii",  Genuine-mu3t bc*r Signature  Magic in a Baton ���������  How Wagner iislouishod an audi-  onoo in Berlin i'. related by Otto Loss-'  mnn in a German magazine.: .it wat  li: 1871. I'to imd lectu-'cd at, the.  [lioyal AciulemyAoy. the opera, and. in  his .honor', thp. VeVeln dor ���������Oorlliier  iU'.stfte. ;\ari',atigc(K10 .performance of  his "Faust Ovortu;c,.'*\ under tlio il-  recllou bf Professor Julius Sturm.  AVhon if wns oyfer Wngn'or aeeined  to hesitate f<r a 'moment ns to what  ho alioukl" do. TAfo'ii ho got up,  lliankoit tlio niuslcitifist' and romarkod  that ho had not bcVoi.t connected with  an orchestra I'or twonty years ho folt  impelled to further show his gratitude  by nn artistic deed. "You will understand my request," lio added, ."that  you:ropoat 'Knust Overture' under my  personal direction."  Wlmt. then happened mado an In-  dolllblo impression ou nil wlio woro so  fortunate as to bo present, Tho spirit-  mil revolution lie made of the various  moods of ihnl -pooiii nili-rod Ilio hearers as thoy had novor boforo boon  stirred. The difference between 11  genius nnd a moro professional conductor was/made manifest, Tlio musicians tlieniHolves wore stunned hy  what they had done, "Wo looked at  him, and we know mid did what ho  wanted," (hey remnrkeuA  A  (tool  Lovo.   Simulation  ISOLD WATGH FREE.!  A *tr������ljlit(oriT������rd cainu-ont  nffnr ' Irom   an.  c-t_Mlnh������i1  Orm.    Wa nro Kl������ln������: ������w������y  WiU'hoi   to   tlioinanrtj    ol i  Hoopla >ll   otcc   tha  world   M'  a    litis,  -ilrettliemotit. '  Now  li   yonr   chinso   to I  obtain ont.    Wrlto  now,    eudoiim   'U I  Nnt) Tor ono ct  our  fiisliloiiabl. Lii_i.s'  T/rnv     Gimivto,     or |  Oonli'   Allxrti,   i������nt  cnnlsiu raT_ to nenr  itlth tlio natch, which  will- lm   (tlven   Fr.������ 1  (Ihoso   watches    ������ro I  Ituarii'ntceil litu j-enra),  ���������boulil yoa take ad-  vantfui������ ot onr marvel.  Ions  titer.     %v������  ttwrt  roa   to  Ull  youc  (rlondi  ���������bo-.it   in   and   allow   tliem   lli.   beantllul    r,tuih,  lion'i think this utter too jood to lio trim, lint tend  85  cant*  today  and  i.-alu- a   Fr������   Watch.    Vou  will lm aiwed ��������� WJM.IAMH  A  I.t.OYl",  Whoinala  Jawcllan (l>apt. IH ). Hi), Ct>luw������llli_K(ia'.l,_toii_n���������. K.,-  "Enelaml. -  A Pill That Lightens Life���������To flic  man who i.s ; victim of iudlgeotlon  (ho transa-l'.on of business becomes  nn added misery. > ilo eannot conceit-  tralo'lils mind upon his tasks, and  loss aud vexation attend lilm.* To  such a mau" Parmelee's Vegetable  Pllla offer relief. A course of'treatment, acc'i'dlng fo directions, will  convince him of their grout excellence. They are confidently recommended because they will do all tbat  is claimed fcr, them.  Painful Swelling Reduced.  Muscular Strains Ended  Such Troubles Now Quickly Rubbed  Away by Powerful Remrdy  If you havo any .muscles' that nro  strained and weak, lhat uro freiiuent-  ly'subject to rheumatic pains; if you  huyo any prdnfiil swellings, tliat refuse to,go a /. y-get busy witli Nor-  viliuo. This ."s lho very sort of trouble that Norvllino is noted'for curing  t.uicl'ly. "I have proved Nerviline  simply a wondor in reducing a hard,  painful swelling. ' It followed an injury 1 rccolVod in my loft leg' and  caused mo great, pain and discomfort.  Tho muscles wero'strained and soro,  nnd' no olhev remedy gnvo tho case  and oo in for t I got from rubbing on  Nerviline, Thoro is a soothing, pain-  relieving power about Nerviline that  touched tho roc', of my trouble., Norvllino reduced tlio swelling, tt destroyed tho jialn, it brought my limb back  to porfeoL condition." Tho experience  of .Mr. Hbwon, whose home Is lu Middlesex, is not uniist'.al. Thousands arc  proving overy day that muscular,  pains.of every kind, chronic rheumatism," lumbago, n-v.algia and sciatica  will yield to- Norvllino whon :.'othlr ;  olso can possibly, euro"? Noivllinc is an  old time family pain remedy, used  nearly forty your, witli great, success.  The lnrgo ..".mlly. six.o bottlo costs  50c, trial  sizo L'oc  nt all dealers.  Extravagant Times  Laurence M, Symmes, writing in Investment, points out nomo of the extravagances that hnvo led to receni  business  remedies  depression,  for some of  and    Hiigr;ests  tlm in. No one  A Curious Disease  The Jamaican negroes have many  odd and interesting forms of speech,  wliielr'iiro often due to a misunder-  o_ the  li'nglish words. That  case iu a story that Winni-  in   "Tho  Mulberry  standing  wns the  t'red   James  tolls  'free,"   A woman took her baby to a  doctor, and the physician asked her  what allod tho little sufferer. '  "IIIm ill; sah," she explained, in her  soft, musical voice. "ifim ill, sah,  from blowing bones."  Inquiry brought only ropctitional  "Himill, sah, him blowing bones."  Por several moments Uio puzzled  doctor contemplated the diminutiv:  black creature and Us strange disease; then the solution flashed upon  him. Blowing sounds not unlike, growing. What bones could a child of two  be growing?' lie was cutting his  teeth.    , '     .    ���������-���������  Wife     (witli     newspaper):  next?"J lore's a woman mate of  Fancy a woman sailor!  Hub: That's nothing,  wifo a fomhl. salt?"  What  _________  Wasn't. Lot's  A certain dramatist who was much  annoyed nl an adverse notice the  critic of a dally paper gavo It his latest play���������whicli, by the way, afterwards turned out a gruesome failure,  happening to meet tho critic in the  Strand, remarked, irritably, that, although the said critic was an adept, in  picking faults in .other people's plays,  yet bo was quito incapable of writing  a play himself.  '-You're quito right, I am." tlio critic  replied;   "neither  cau  I  litre" mutton, and yet 1 am  judgo 'of mutton  than  anv  tlio world."  lTianufac-  a better  sheep  in  "Poultry Guk'e"  Which tells l'retty nearly Everything  there is to know about chickens, sent  to you ABSOLUTELY [.'HEI..- Just  send your name and address on a post  card to tho International Stock Food  Co., Dept. B., Toronto; Canada, and a  copy will bo mailed you with their  compliments.  "What do you mean by felling people that I haven't any brains behind  niy back?" demanded Blathers angrily,'as hu met Bimpson on tho.street,  "I never said you hadn't any brains  behind your back," retorted ' Bimpson. "What" I said was that you'hadn't  aviy���������brai i:s_! u-l-h eJront-of-you r-faee^  "���������-."ludge. '      ���������  io economically useful, he contends,  'unless he saves a portion of liis income tor tlie benefit, of industry."  While tho motor-car Uu-it.s proper iis3  has been "a trenicutluui. conservator  of human enure,.-," lu its abuse it lu'.s  beon "a world-wide extravagance."  Some forms or waste in the motor-car  liavo already boon chocked. For ox-  ample? the fashion of annually discarding one. car-and purchasing r.  now ono ia "on tho wane," mid tho  heavy car is "paas'ng into disuse,"  lighter ones taking iheir places,   a  Hutuin our total of extravagance Mnv  motor cur has been oniy one of tho  many offenders. To the high-priced  theatre, the cafe, and anuu'omenls ot  al! kinds, in country'and city allli'o,  much blame belongs. Fixlravaganeo  hap, in fact, been world-wide, and it  lies back of all local causes of depression, back of wars and great calamines. lOxccpt for world-wide personal extravagances capital would  have well stood the strain of all _ ie  other causes of depression,  Mr. Symnu"-. ' quest inns whether  prosperity can return in full measure  until tho damage done by extravag-  anco has been repaired? 11 is possiblo  for everyone to���������do.something to help  : . tlio curo of our-ills. Knob, for example, can save a fair pi.rtiou of hia  earnings and, "placo the samo at tlio  .disposal" of legitimate enterprises,  either direct!}' purchasing bonds and  slocks,-or indirectly liy depositing  them at banks," Kach can eliminate  a portion of his personal extravagances, even to lho extent of "ignoring  tlio hat-boy at the cafe."', 11" all would  ignore llial; uunocossary person, the  hoy "might lake up farming." So wit'i  those wlio purchase motor cars: it  they would cease to buy $0,000 limousines and be satisfied with a perfectly serviceable car costing only .2,-  00(), tho remaining .-1,000' would be  left, for some legitimate industry and  the maker of big cars, by selling .*.  largo number, might begiu onco more  to prosper,        ,  Mr. Syniines notes that tlie manager  of a''largo cafe. in.Now York estimated  that.on last New Year's VWc the sum  of $2,500,000 was spent- in-that city  alone, on puppers, theatre; ticket:,  cabs,- saloons, lips*to waiters, etc.  Spent, legitimately that, sum \yo������M  have built, up many ah industry, lf wo  could suppose that 200,000 persons in  lM'go. cities who spend ?f)00 aivhually  in tips, cabs, ticket commissions; eic  would now proceed'to withhold that?  st;m for legitimate industry, lhe country would have as an aid lo prosperity $1.00,000,000 more than il has now.  | T^TE_IS������' JffirlRATlb Nf;  .:. x ��������������������������� '--y:--, w'-   j a y.Qffi ���������'������������������������������������:���������:������������������ '      . a.a. a-a  a. ai'ujK. iih.' :\yZT'.,--;::.h*:7.y. h^dJK-:-.,  The Wonderful- Spring' Tonic  !f you have had ,i haid whiter,  N;i-Dru-Co Tasteless PreparA'.iou of  Cod Liver-Oil will help you Ij  recuperate quickly and avoid ths  Aucli:. ond cotds3o prevalent during  the changeable sprintf weather.  In this preparation the'inihiitve  and curative jvop'ertles of Wit, b-.u  Norwegian Cod Liver Oil nrs  combined with Hypopho.-philc.;,  Cherry Bail; and Malt Extract in  ,a (onn thai Is really pleasant to take  and ear.liy digested even by the  mc-t dellcats.  " T';u-i ihe. ftrer.t objection to Cod  Liver Oil Ij removed and every oue  ��������� who I.; run down or.sulferinjjfron.  l'.u 3.it br Swiff trouble, can lako'  n-A'antaj;. of It? unique medicinal  -and itrengthenSiii; qiui'llles.'   '  Add lo tli!.j the fonlo Hypophos-  I'hltea, the hoalinfj Cherry Bark and  Ihe ijivlfjoratinp, Malt Extract, and.  y;'u hive ;vcbably lhe finest food-  tonic known.   .  Get a SOc, or $1.00 bottle from  , your Druggist. 314  iVATIONAr.iDIUTG AND CHEMICAL CO. OK CANADA LIMITED.  SAFES  NEW OR  SECOND HAND  Write P   H. ROBINSON  CO Princes. Street, Win.'.lpsg  CASH REGISTERS  We Pay Highest Values  ?Wi;j)te:j^  fanclA/cxander.Wmm. Cnmda  We  also Buy Hides and Seneca Root  Talk  "Let  noirtiiiaiion  does more  While the Talking is Cood!  us talk a lot now, before fho  '   says  .'lob   Hedges.   ' "It  Tood th:'a afterward,"  Afterwards*,   ns .another* Job    observed: Though I speak, my grief .3  not assuaged, and  (hough  :  forbear,  what am I tr.sed?"  ��������� The proprietor of the leading d-ug  store, in a small Kentucky town was  coming out i.f the front door of liii  placo iiot lon gago, when u small boy  came loaring round lho corner at top  gait with his head down and butted  snuarplv into lilm,  "fiev, kid," demanded Ihe druggist,  'what's the miitlor'."  "I'nni trying to keep two boys  getting into i; light," panted  youngster.  ' "Who aro  llu.   boys,"    asked    i  druggisl,  "I'm oue oi 'om," was I lie reply  The   Origin   of   a   pad  Mareell.t, who had been gazins oui  cf   the   window,   suddenly    began   to  1 ugh  hysterically.  "What in tho world is the'inalter,  child?" asked her mother.  "When "I  finished  mv carpel; rug,"  lolt'c 1    it  Marcella    explained,    "I  across my lap and carried  ', that w.\y  if to Iloso-  whal'of it?,v  down  the street to show  mary."  "Woll  "Tluil. ".viu only throo days ago,"  gasped Marcella, Willi a renewed outburst of merriinbiit, "ami now .icur-  ly ovory girl in flic block is wearing  a carpet-rag muff." '  rom  tho  i. lie  When Jasper got-'luu'lt to his office  his boss snid  "Look here, does il lake yov.-u half  hour lo godowii to the corner and  do an errand 'or uio'.'"  "It. did this time, sir," answetod ,lnfi-  per. "A man dropped u quarto."  down n  liole .n lhe sidewalk,"  "And it, lm.!' ion all Ihln timo  ll  onIV"  "Yoh, sir, ynu iteo,  tl.e mini, wont nwny  j ou all ililn I into to got  I had to wull. till  Nfally Turned  Tho bad hoy wrote on thu black-  lion nl: "Our toucher Is u doukoy."  The other hoys iintloipatod rnotloiiH  v.'hon lho i.o,hooliii..f.toi' arrived; but.  tliem were nono. llu merely wroto  ���������tlio word "driver" after "donkey," and  hdiool opened us usual,  Ready for the  Voyage  "Aro I horo enough lll'eboahi for all  the  pnHH<.".ig<".'s'*"  "No,"  "Aro thoro life pivservors  body?"  "Woll, luiim't aiiyllilng boon  In   propa nil lo.i  for shipwreck?"  "Woll, iho band has loiirnn'! lo  'Nonrcr,  diivli."-  WHEN BABY IS ILL  ��������� When your baby is ill; when ho in  cross and litird lo mind; when liis  toct.li are bothering him or lio is  troubled with constipation o: Indigestion; glvo him Baby's Own Tablets, Tlioy avo tho best medicine for  little ones. They never fali to regulate the bowol������. iind' sweeten the  stomach, thus making toothing easy;  curing constipation, colic, lndlg's-  (ion and breaking up cold.i and fevers,    Tho TnblolH aro sold by modi-  Her  Batting Average  Magistrate���������Tbe    evidence-   shows  that, you throw a U\:ttlo at your husband.      _    .  Culprit'���������If  shows   more  than   llmt,  ��������� er honor; il shows that. I'll 'im!  Motor 'Buy Outings  Sunday visits bo the suburb., of London liavo grown enormously with the  motoi'-oninibiis. On a recent Sunday  ;lio "General" company carried no  few than l,6'ir>.000 passengers, a "record" number, for tho  present year,  SPENT HER MONEY  FOR NO BENEFIT  THEN , MISS  DODD'S  J.    M.    GODIN    USED  KIDNEY  PILLS  THE BEST  FARM LUBRICANTS  Proved best by  years of use.  sr a^L J\, J. JnL J. tl*  Harvester Oil  The most durable - oil for farm machinery.  Unaffected by changes in temperature.  Will not gum or corrode. Reduces friction  to a minimum.    A splendid lubricant  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil  Meets all requirements for a cylinder oil  for gasoline and kerosene engines.,   Lubricates properly under all conditions; practi- ,  =eally=free���������from=earboh.���������Equally-good-on-  external bearings.  .Recommended by the leading engineers  and* engine builders.  Premier Gasoline  Renown Dynamo Oil  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Atlantic Red Oil  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver,,  Ottown Quebec Calgary Edmonton  Hall-fax St. John Refiina Snikatoon  ealo dealers or by mail  a  box from Tile Dr. Williams  elno Co,,  llroi l.vllle, Out.  con Is  ���������.Modi-  or every-  dono  piny  My    (Joil    lo Tlioo' In tlio  *. Only Just Bei.lni-,ln_i  Vlco'l'i'OMldouf miry of tlio Canadian  Pacltle, says tliat from harvest, to tlio  oiOHo of luivlKiitlon hint Hoason tlio  C.r.ll. oarrlod moro grain timu auy  other  railway  in  any olluv,'  part  if  An old iiiuii wlm looliod lllfo n foreigner wan wnlklnff nion: a London  Hlrnoi: plnytiii', n ooiiooi'tliui thai luul  noon boiler diiyH, NolloliiK h bi'UHH  i/tutc uil.ii llm ,-,ii).!..., but ini of 7iif,f  le," wrltti'n uiuV't* in.o ninmo on tt. bo  wont up to tlio limine, and rani, the  boll. Tlio door v,*������k uiiriworoil ��������� by n  Hci'viuil,   wlio  r.iiltcil   bin   liimlncHH,  "I'lonno," lm tiiild, "Ih (lie doctor o'  mafic In?"  "V\.������,        ������..������.>i        t^      li.      ,"    ������>������ Vulllt,'.'        tilO  HOI'Vlllll,  RHliC.'i.  "Why. jiuic pop iii nn' n.v lilm boo  lllliol.   Illl'll   ('lllll'Re   to   III011(1   IU.V   COU-  oortliM," wan tlio reply.  Try   Murine  Eye    Remedy  I. you Imvo Rcil, Wen!;, Wntcry Eyoj  cr Grauuhtctl Eyollil., Doo.u't -"ium;  ���������Soollieri Eyo Tain, Ururrgit'l*' \fc*el'  Murliu. Kyo Kcmcdy, Liquid, 2Sc, 50c,  Murine liyo Salve in Aseptic Tubes,'  JfSc. 50c.    Eyo Bnoka Free by Mail;'  I (An Ky.' V.ilJ. a_(>4 for All tyst link Hit* Cm* |  JJurUjO Kyo Siocudv Co., Chlcuao  To whom I ma) concoi'ii; Tlila In  lo o.oiliry Hut.'I Imvo uhoiI MINAHD'S  I.INIMUNT' myHi'if hh w.ll na pro-  ���������aoi'Ibiid It In my practice whom a liniment wiih required and hnvo nov?r  fnlloil lo nol  ill   doHlrcd olToet.  L. A, K!NU, M.I).  VV. N   U. ������9ti  To In.-lll Into tlio mind o. liU kou  BOiiinI wlHdoui and biislnoHo prficopm  wuh Cohen floiiior'n oin'iiOHi ondonvor,  Uo iiuiKlit. bin oft'Hiirlni. much, lnolnil-  li'K the udvanliiKiKi of l.iinliiuptey,  Iiulnres anil iiri'si,  "Two liiinriintele:-! o(|iial one fall-  uro, two fiilluroH eqiiul ouo lire," etc.  Thou (JoliPii Junloi' loolied up  brlKbily.  "Veil, ni.v '.uy," wiih I lie  reply, "If jo" marry n really  ilio wor'.rl Iiiih ovor carried In th.o  timo, uud tlmt, ulllioiigh lust .season  the Canadian Went produced {510,000,-  000 bimhels of all IdndH, tlio land ban  "lini'dly boon neralclioil," TIioho aro  tbo kind of inliiHrt people aro apt to  I'iM'K'ol. whou tlioy Inv.iRlno lhat thoro  can bo any lewjiliy iloproH.sloii In Can-  ndii. Nolthoi' our land nor our ro-  HoiirooM are wo.-n out. Wo aro only  JuhI lioKliinliiK to tail Ihoin.���������a.Moiit-  real Herald i.ml Tolojinipli.  The aii|ioi'lntondi'ir. of a Sunday  H' liool wiih IHiutratiiiK' for llm ohlld-  roii tlio text, "Arise und lako ��������� tlio  yoiiiuc child und IiIh uiothnr, und (loo  Into KRypI," f>hov,5i.fi tliem a larqe  picturo, hIic uskoil:  , "Now, Imi't, llial. HiiltyiilldV Hero Ih  the mothor, Here Is tlio ,'oiiiik '"  Thoro'n Kn'y.it In the dis/illce."  Tlio olilldivii,  howovor, lookei  appointed,     .nd   tlnnlly a   lltllr  ninod   onl'  "Tonclter, wliorft'   Hie tloa'."'  child.  din-  boy  in roll I'n  wealthy  woman, uu"  a failure." '  !,i:',e !'< alino'.-t an snml utj  Tim; For * Cliange  Old Hoxle f;'.--"Marry my ilaiiKlil-  or'.' Why, yo.i ar. Hiipporti\t by your  fatlmr."  .Suitor���������"Y< i. Hlr; but my Kiiv'uor  I'i ilred of snppoiiing mo, tie wij'h.  ,tnu 1 Ibtiii^iK I'd ������ci into iuioiiifi  fnmlly."  Utiolo .llm HiiMui'foiii klllnd a lino  rabbit for (Uo ontortaluiiioui of Pur-  hoii HonvoKmno, who wnt ovprolod to  iJliiiior, but uh rabbith wo.o out of toa-  (-on   Ue   HiniUTbt   If.   -n'oltl   <vl,.i|    imI'^l,f  prove uu oiubiiri'iiM.Hdiu Hlluiiiiim by  uutkliii;' tlie iiiii'son 1 li 1 ii Ic It wan ,'hlck-  on In.' wiim _ on l In it,  "llriitlior lleavo^raoe," mild Undo  J Ini, when Ii came tfnio for a hocoiuI  liolplnw. "whal nali'. of do bird woiiUJ  you  llko  now?"  Willi a nii'i'ry iwiulilo iu iii-i half  cIohoiI eyet Piii'ho.- Ili'avf'trai'e replied:  "Jf you nil don" mind .'.h llilnl. Au'll  lake de '\1/:/iiyA."  Ancl Her Kidney Disease and Female  Weakness     ,-Dicappenred���������She      is  Now a Strong, Healthy Woman.  MlHonotto, Cllottcesfer    Co.,    N.l"!,���������  (Spocinl)���������''I   havo   Ajcou    mift'orliiB  from fho Klduey.-i ever nine; I was a  child," siiya Allsia .1   M. Clodla of thla  place,   "Who:*, I firew lo womanhood  I wiih told .'. vn������ Biifi'orlius' from fo-  mule   woaknosti,  ho   r   tried    Kovornl  liiudH of medlclno, fipomlii:;-. a  nood  many dollars for nothing.  "IiiisL winter I became ho weak 1  wiih on tho'point of kIvIiir up iny  wnrlr, 1 could not Kloop al ulRhl and  could hardly sex up Ilio kLiiIi'h without, hiivliu. imlpit.nlIon or the liourt  and fooling ,iullo oxhuuBtoil.  "Itoadlng (f aymptouiii of Kidney  DIhoiiho In Dodd'n Alinannc, 1 soon  found out iny rune wuh ������liiilliir. so I  Hour, al onco for four boxen of Dodd'n  Kidney I'ilbi, I began to fool a  nl uugo nl, the. vory beginning, for I  fil.pt. well the very Hint night. Throo  four bu.voii 'id mo moro good than  all the modlclno I had tnkoii before,  and 1 liu v.*. remained alrouK over  uliie.o, I um now an well a.i can bo."  All women who Hiilfer hAuiIiI look  to lho KlduoyH. Thoy are l.ho nulla-  Hprllig of lioa'.ili. Keep thi, KlduoyH  HlroiiK by ULliig DoiIiI'm Klduoy, PIIIh  and they wlll lako caro or lho rout  nf iho body,  Dee'ttniiiQ Huez Cnn.il  IniprovemeiilH now progn'-'Hlng ou  the Sue/, caniil, foi wliU'li thu company hn:i pinvcr lo rnlHo $;iO,o()0,nfifi  through boil-In, arc uxpocloil lo bo  ooinpUdi'd lu . Ililf-IH. Tho IiiIohi  iiolioino inakoii provlslnii for a depth  nf foi'tv Toot tbroiighoui, nnd for wld-  I.,,.*,'...   i  ,    nil'   ,'     <    i'   I ,   i      :',,;'.  Moulii Heetlou and culling an uppro-  prhilc uuiuIk'.' of Hldlngi* in Ibo ninth  iuul central section*,  AiigUHli'M 'nr.il Angolliiii voie climbing the blglioHt. iiMik of Ilio Alpii, and  Choppy  Mr.  Waybiicl(--Hf! yew  Tie wallor?  Waltoi���������Von, Huh-  Mr, Way back'���������Dow yer know know  I've boon" a-wondoi'lii' all along why  lliey called lbe������o place.4 dioji lioiif.OH.  I know now, Wi!. you please bring  mo an ii mi? 1 want low cut "thla  :-; leak,  ���������.-Tw������������������.'ii!iaHi������������  Ob! Sottt, t/umna  in Breast, Growth*  removed and heal*  edby antmplo  Homo Trentmcst  No pain.    Descrlbn ihn trouble, wo V/i|l,aen4  boot: and testimonials free,  TBI. CANADA CANCI.R INSTITUTE, Liwili*  10 Churcblll Avo,. Toifonlo,  ���������-rev/rr  The mosi ol/Hliiuili'! corns and  full lo ronlsl. Ilclloway's (Joru  Try  li.  warm  Cure.  Two boys who niaihigod lo be rath-  or unruly In aohool so oxaKpcratod  tholr teacher thai, hh roiiuostcd thom  to rouutln afior houi:s and wi;lt'i tholr  r.iiinoH l,0(K) tiuioii, Tlioy pluiigod  Into the task, f-lnni.-! Ill'tooii. mlnutos  later one of thom grow unoat-:y aud  begun \viil'.'lilii|. hh; companion in .lis-  grace, fciiiildonly llm lii'Kt. i,no biij'tt  out wlili dOHpnlr botwPi'ii IiIh i-ohs and  said to the lonelier:  "'TnIn'i. fu.r, iiinni! liln nnnie'ii  nlld   llllMo's  Iji'llllllliil'liieyer."  bncholor of considerable wealth.  mucii ?soug!it after by many ot  mont eharinlng young women of  lowii.   A \ory pretty million .wnn  nhc had brought hlni almost1 lo  point,  if a propoHiil  ,   A  WIIH  tho  fl.o  mire  tho .  "What, wiih lho liuppIoH. moment of  your life?" h.-.o nuked, wlillo they wurtt,  inking a Hfroll cue ovonlng,  "The iMppk'Hi moniont of my lifo,"  annwered Hie I.iiohc-lor, wll.li a rondo-  I.i out Htuilo, 'wiui whou Hi'; Jeweler  took biu'k nu engagement ring and  ���������;a\ !��������� nje voino cuff-11'ik'n in exchango.  HllHll  "Aunt   l.'lnrii,"   Hiiiil  I'MohhIi',  "I   want   In  iihI  vou."  "Well, what  UU 111.  "When   I grow up?  littlo mlHH," will you  your long nklvts until  let  down?"  nur  ;   a  ���������j niry-old  favor  of  .   il  ileal'?" nkked  i.fr  c iiitiniu'il the  lend mo one or  I on ii lui v mine  Hub  coining  yours?  Wil'e-  l wonder  from  for  where  Unit  llw  new  money  gown  of  ���������rrom  I'd bn hurry lo  con ul ori'olier.  Ilio mint, I  ihitik thai  hope, dnar,  you woro a  Ot.ly One "BROMO QUININE"  ; gel Hi" genuine, call for full iinu.u,  I.AXATIVI'l IMOMO fJlMNINK. I.nolc  f.ir Hlgiiiiliiv ol I-I. W. (1KOVI0, '..'iiroi  a t.'uld In Ouo Day.   :!_o.  Scrlmmncje  She-Vou hi'oiiioi, dis'-'niiglil. al lh������  opera ImhI nlghl.  He���������I i.-ouldn'i keep I'oolhnll out of  my mind -novor raw ho mnny lui'f*  biiokH mul fi.llbackH lu my life!  "Ton ;h not that clininpugtu' bottlo,  young mau.   There in ,inudiioun lu ll."  "Oh, It doesn't follow It's mad ho*  cause, vou .,oo It foaming nl lho  mouth."  f.-et,  "What,"  tno.","  "Fnr, fur I.elMv," iihe cried, "|  a Hum wli.il.- nrivnk. Htrotcli'iig  ii papi.'i' ribbon hiu k nliiiuHl to  hole!."  "llu, liii!" be o,iiicubi:i\l, "It's  hotel bill ovortiikiir.  uk," ��������� ,i  g.i ip"d - "what  ibi you  HOe  1 ko  ,',';r  llial  nulcttly uios* comin, mik.-i cnlft-., and lirali  Hi'; thro.it anl ,luns������.       ������       n      8' v:nu.  Necdc I  Crawford    What l.finl r,  pump Ih bo irjing lo Inuuit.'  Criibsbaw - One   Ihnl    loirt'i't  you lived  ii"w Ur:  run ko  A   muti'.i   good   (iplnimi   ���������  lan't goint; to foul til. Pel.-.,  lillllHI'lf  North, South, East, West  men and women are subject to tho numerous ailments canned  by detective or irroffular action of the organa oi'diffeatk. n and  elimination. Headache.'"., lazy feelings, dprivossion of mirhn  are first consequencoH.and thenworseaicknoss follows if the  trouble is not removed. But thousands have discovered that  TBeec/uxm'd Wfti  (Th* l,-r������-it Salt or Any MedlcU- In tho World)  are tlio most rolinblc nurroclive, tuul tlm liest. jirevcntivo of \ht>%* earn-  mon nitiuents. llottor difjention, more rout fill Bleep, grcatwi' Htronctb,  hricl^rnpiiitH, clenror coiniilosioiui ore Riven lothono who usooecwifon-  nlly this tuno-tostod homo remedy. ReecliMrn'H Pills will no doubt help  you���������It is to your intercut lo try thom���������for nil over thn world thoy  Are Pronounced Best  l'r#. ir������J onl. by'I hniYlM ll.._him. Ml, M.l.nl, t.intulilrf, Fnjlitnl  Mal'J evrrvifhtr* In Ci.nli md U. 8, Amtrlea.   In boni, 2J c*ni������. TOR- jwiws. u-^-fl&WMifffih i&jfcFmsfr eefciwwtei.  y v i_fc^eg^!tfgawi-s������������������  ',.-*������-._   .. -r-.a-'*^.  ft **-���������**  >-"*%*.'  l'*l jfj        n  Remind us* that the winter is almost here  ���������wv  '-, IV, ���������'^KnkrKU^MHU'WaMB  kmw������m nhwnumwi it������w-miiv  FOE TOE WINTER WE HAVE COA'Ij rind' WOOD HEATERS   FROM $1:75 TO $20 EACH--'  in.'U'a'o Sheets; grey   and.   white . blankets   and'  Comforters-ih   a full' rajigc of prices.  For solid eomi'or.t, try a '-RESTWEIiL'' 8tocl;JBod:  nnd. a "11ESTM0RE"   Spriug nnd Mnttreoh  l^t'  C  1 lie rurmture Store  0 "  MelMiee Ulock.  A. MoKINNON     Cumberland  .y4ftff0**#it**a^v^.\f*^^ M^*^******'**^^  MAROCCH1 BI  \KERS  GROCF.RS-   &  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents fov Pilsonor litcwing Con-pom's ])^YiR  Wholesale  1 >������.:nl*ers. in all Rinds of  WiiR'.s and' Liquors.  )  v. _ b a   W.  InmbxaA-Ltd,-'-,  !  ,    .   SECOND    STREET,        |  _ '**r*rir'^ -*m r  niunlu ������>ri������6 ���������������-*ir*.*A. &??���������������������*.*������ i*r*wr-wm������wim.m*--*igw imi.iwj������������_.<������a. ���������**������-( ������i  CHURCH.   NOTCES  ".IHTIIOD-lSr church  yKlCVlCHrf. '   -  "~r'nl)iio  'Worship���������Sunday,   7  ic.  ni.  I ED..   WOODS ( I  X :������)  ft Teamster and  Liven/man ;S.  4 ���������    ' ' ';:;  ������     Teaming oi All Kinds, , i>>  n ' c-?:  Sli!;lcSUulv    (S.    School) 2 30    |   ' R���������S   VOU   HIKK g  .     ' ' ��������� $ " &  1,1 ��������� ��������� ,   (ft       Charges Reasonable $  ****���������*>***.* m*,**m^*tw*t*-.7������*m  if!  'Voting People's Society���������Moir   ^  ������-*i'. 7-'3������ P- '���������*������������������'     '  i" itm >f prayer meeting,   Wed"  i,-i -'lay nt 7.30. p. 111.  "/..������������������iies. Aul ��������� LMEi-t  Tuesday of  ������-.->.!.��������� i.y mon lli, at 7.30 p. 111..  lV.:;r, 'Aot';. \\'n\ ISllh'H,, V,. A.  sr <.;i;oRO,K'ri i'Riisnv--  TJCK1AN CHURCH.  *r ��������� ac,-:-. 11 :i. in. uud  7 p.'.111.  I'-'r-if Ai;;..;-, l.ijil p.- nu  -:������������������ Miv'iiii1",. AVeUiiciday oven-  ���������������������������.;),  P.istoi:, ltuv. Jai--. Iinod,  p_S,'EMD)J  ���������Ao::* garden e.nd farm ars>b<?st j  ;' "c-i- >.>.��������� soil. So*? CataIog-ap,foT |  '   .solid '_tu.o_-Caii_.oG> ci purity  1        <x'id. jCjerE-sirxatica  ;   .\c^d nov/ for Copy fee������  ?u.'v *.oJ?9n^.Th?Kind'sSMctown j  ':.. -- jr_i ct i w^ ������ ri^i; 1 'i: V. &  A. J . W Cf o YY w a 1- d      p  .',.' I -A O tl O       i'i        V ������ O. C O UV '3 V        I  ;    -ii:; I'ori- Sr. fr .'/Gr-ii'iviU.'S SI-   fl  1'. -'. ;���������: .-'-.cs^tx Pan BErnves,** ������ai.������'������)DtAl  r .     ������Ml������ia.-.|Wl4_MHWWLl.tU_11Manr.������Karf1������.������(IMN^������nr IMSMl  , ..si) liK(.;isTRV ACT.      ,  IN TflE MATTER of an Appli-  ��������� '   'i.ui for  11  fresh   Corliiioate   of  '" iti 1 'o South Half of   South-west  ;0 ivto? of the North  Half of  Lot  l', n'uIsoii District.  NOTICE is horoby given oft my  hiiu ii'mn at the expirntion of ono  1 iilo.-ul it* month from the first i)i.ih'  Men linn hereof to K������ne n freiih Uor-  I:. 1..,to of Titlo in lieu of lho Corti-  1'..: ��������� & of Title issued  to   Alexander  ili'iiv un tho 20th day of Novem her  P.m?,   i,ud    Nu inhered   .102^1   C,  v.'iiiiili hns been lost.  I'uIh] at Lnnd Registry Olliee,  Vii'ioriii, U, C, this -Jth day of  li''i.'eiiiber .91..  S, Y, WOOTTON,  Keg'iEtnir Geuecol Gf. Titles.  NOTKM.  Any ptii'.-ion nr pdiviniH, fiitlitH!;,  I- :-i villi" ')y tuhiiiir niiv lihn-ks  \ ...ii'n.r wood, iifuiiy tli'M'i'i|"tioilii  ' '���������; ri.iir tu tlm Wellington Col-  ,, y ' 'c^V', or IVum or nil' tht' land  ,,. lin- .- lid Compnny, or iiiisivii'  \ i'A'-'iy. rnhUish of au^y descripil'iii  .. ���������. viii"id n|ioii. lhe wuiip'.i'iN'h.  ij.i .i ''Ad bo pro-eenii'd t<������ 'dm lull  ,,    iii id tiie law,  ���������J.. I.. LOCK A lil,).  UfliiM'ul  Miiiiii"'ci',  (Cv'lii'i'y ('o,y,  ^ ���������   t', >w'f '���������. ������.' vMirmuM.* mm*f*jn.*$r*a������t*t.i i'ki������iwm.mi  "Yy Only lie  |Tkam Mhkts Au, TkaixsI  (?)  |     ROYSTON,     P.C.  ������  V5v  (?)  $  (���������'  If,  Watch Repairing  I'.-ON'T ...SPEND GOOD  MONEY for iii.omiiotent  W������k'h ]{'c[i:iiri {,'.���������> it ymir,  wii'.'.'.ll i.i Hit k-.ej ir.j_ timn  ' acounitely JAhi LIGlU'liU  Y1X IT.     ({-ve Us a Trial.   .  .' F. Lighter  I*  Pradic&S Watchmaker, ieweler and  OpticianT^i LOr. LO=T h2atre=B ul idlngT  Cumberland,  B? 0.  P. Phillj-pps Harrison  SARRISTERAND SOLICITOR;  NOTARY    PUBLIC'.  ��������� E-  nitlr������w^!M_.iM������-i _ii inmiTTTirT-ffii-Ti.  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE;  CONVEYANCING     ��������� f.  y.  mem, j  CUMBERLAND,   |  ���������J; * r������rfM������irtf������^M������i^wK������M������n^^W--r----^������  s������Sa*.^3r*n*iW-i -*-  TUK'S. S.-. COWl.CII-A'N   AVILL-SAJL .-AS [JNOKft"  Comox --Union Hay ���������Nanaimo��������� VancouvkU-t-.Rputr;  Leaves Conui***, Sunday, 3 p. 111.................  Leaves Union liny,,Sunday, 4 p.m.....  For, Di'inuan Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver;  WiTURNING.���������Leaves Va-.couver, Satiivday,  8 pnv  luir Nanaimo, Union Ray and Comox. "  Subject, tp change without tiQtice..  m  '4,  ���������AW.  W3W^E3MU-������ !*������������_,**������������ ������J*,-*; <trfc������������M4*1  !:!l'!K)i;!!:!!:ii:illllll!!l!II!!lllllllll!l������!lllH!li:illlllIfflII!lllli:i!',lia!!!!lil!!!!^  a  Financial-  Statement  ol'   Receipt?    and  Kxpeudituies  lor the Corpovatitui   of the   C'.t\  of Cuinbuilaud I'or ihe \ ear. eliding December 31st, 1914.  Tot:'.! citv  11  ?C.  Receipts���������  Trades 'license  - * 2917. 50  Rcp.1 Estate'. .  ex|.ii.'udiLi-.i>.' 862 \ .')-���������")-  NA.-t city'expenditure ^ S6-"rq .10  Cost to eitv ol Public  ���������* 0  and llioli ScliooU ..     3280 6<'  ���������Totai ei'.y expeudiiiire  ; ,      for i;9#i 4, ; ��������� S.ia.9.05 oc  :Total receipts; for   '14, iioo4';3 3C  Sewer, rentals. .  Drain' account. .  f "Laud fees r.Uur.ei:  C. H  TA R BELL      |    ycavenyev.'   Fo'.ice Court fmca  I HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami ������n KITCHEN   .UTENSILS  ' Sportsmesis  \  and  General Hardware  ��������� Statement  Cumberland   Public   and   High  School.-;    for   lhe   year   ending  December 31st, 19.4.  Expenditures--  Te'ichers' salaries.... $S,222 50  Janitdr -. t,o2o 00  Water rate  72 00  Coal  2.-17 50  InsnrniiLfi  120 00  Secretary  60 00  Medica"! Inspector  112 00  Printing  61 60.  Plumbing  59 00  Paper for exams-  27 4,5  Ads '.  iS 00  WiKal  J 3 00  Maps  9 9������  Lumber  56 no  Laundry , > ���������. ��������� 12 ^(J  Hei Is " ��������� S 00  Rcpaiis  104 00  Posv.'igeete,  6 00  Sundries  34  10  ',< 1 ������   , ,   .    ,        m  -  Dog, Tax    A...  Itite'r.tiit veluvned on  cement videwalks-  .Hail reuX ..,  ScaLs   City R(*ad. Tax. ......  T, Edwards (sewen  reDiiirs) ���������  a '  446 -96  ' 3'' ������������  225    OK  9S8 oS  347 2i-  34 0( .  9'oS ip  2.90 00  4 co  184 00  20 .50  ih0wing;a d'effo.it '0r-   1914; Of ^. -jjS. 1S61   64  I I hereby cenifv. tiliat 1 liav't  'examined, the ..books and ac-  ::ouu'iS of,the Corporation of 1 Ik  iCity of Gumberlaud, for iht  ^ear 1914., and1 ifeijil them-correci  and as set,i'or.li a.boye.  J. STEWART  AudiUi  1   'Assets-���������.   .  ! Taxes outstaudi  ; ng from '13. $1.23/59;-  1 .'axes outstaud  ii:g.fer.. '14.. 1651' 37,  Total    $10043-36  Total'Taxes out-  ���������    standing-....; ...'.,.W 27.74 96  Scavenger aud bu.cJcetJJ-.    2.79 13  Team  horses       350 01  Wagons, sleighs audi  har.ness,..;   ......    200 01  'Sewer pr-pes  '      50 00  'Isolation hospital aud  equipment       60b 00  City   buildings & lots    2000 ou  Eire Hall apparatus..    1290 00  Safe       250 00  Sewer rentals unpaid .     556 59  :Trades licenses unpaid       2-, 00  _s-  2  1 -3  I  0  o  vi  i  1  f  I  ���������0,-Y  -   '   J=  ���������=> .' ��������� M  m TWiinr' ������������������. miii* v*i 11 ti r  lixpcndiluves���������.  Deficit Dec. 3i<'J3"   ������ 579 ������5  Real estate,  lefnud     4������4 29  Sewer rental   refund ...        4. 00  Suudfies--  Tnivel'ii'lAxp. 9 75 0Ul  P. Dunne  ....    4������ C0,  T. Pearse.', ...   350 00.  \\ P.  Harrison 150 00  D. Aitken     52 5������,  Sundries >..  155 37  - -       - - ..y       . L_.i_  Receipts���������  (ioveiument grant to  cty $ 5<������37 9������  ^i*&.    J$l     ]YH*'^^l 'AtOWttAYUAA J."'"- "-���������*  ;;J ML    \k:^  '"'*    07. "IbV.  w /my ^ix\i*ii:r   .  ���������"     ������������������ ,."    f  l'17:i.  ������. nV<M i.   ,   t ��������� :  '    ,     ,';   ������������������' i  T Itiit,   ,'.!,i ���������   . ..  I-l'".:, Al ':���������       ',-���������  '    ,"-.'��������� ������,   .;. u  .    * '  ". ' .        , 1 17 ������������������  -   f -.*     1   r.\..  X    . , .    !      ,"��������� ,  camp     1,507 15  High School Ices....       435 00  Paid by city     3,3Ho fin  Tvdal    J'.i(i,2.ijo ii:,  lie.-,  .'Ct'ullv .'iibiniUtd.  '. M'im   ^*, II. CAR ICY  t*������*C'e 'ir\  ,i  - - . -,.  . > '  .'- i> .v*  Total sundries $ 822 87;  1  Street   account.., 19 5������  Stable account ���������  l-eed. blacksmith aud  vepaiis  323 $6  I*ire protection ���������  Rcpaiis Hire Hall  5l 5������  \Y   MeLillan, salary.'. 106 60  J. 11. Giay, salary.... 240 00  T. Conn, fth-iy  J,',8������ 0(y  A.McKinnon. yal.uy.. 420 00  K. W.   I'-ickle, salary.. 200 uo  J. Abiams. salary  100 00  Jas. Waifl, salary  Cy* 011  Ofiue aceount  -SO 3������  cm,., a i;..t,i   ,^  repairs 538 45  S-uV,!iK*-J .'UTiinn'��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� to qo  Police Court account.. 157 65  Aclveriisinj������  account..  lilection account   Tool acdiuni.   Enel account   I.sol aii on   Hospital   l)o\f 'I a^s   Lltevcsr A< roiiil! ���������  Cement waihs JJjiJ 4������  Ci,iy  accounUi    13} 5"  $ 8285 7������  mmm iniwiifctfcaMTiiMwitm  Liabilities���������  Uvci colLclion of  scliool rates 1913....        83 43  Unpaid checks Dec.  3isi, 1 $14,....,....������ 1-86r 64  ���������> >9I5 "7  :MrsV.MarinelliV  ::Rooming House:  ������  yS 48  97 4������  *���������' _i'-'  11 00  16 65  3 J'S  E mulshed    Rooms  Hi'M.wu.il-'.c   Y'An-:-  "i?ff"   Thut] House Vyo\)\    ;;  '.'. IJ. C   Telephone  lCxcliaiiH*-'  I  littlillitlllRrailllWIBiWiiSli'HllfflSlllillllOT^  \^\vi,ii]a!iiA:i:iiisiii!iiiiiii'iiiiii:iHiiiir:i!i:iii!iiii;!ii]!:r,ii!!ii!iiiiii!iii!i^  I .6apit.1L Paifl.Up $1.1,500,000. .-Reserve $13,000,0  ''   %  I   The Royal Baril<f* of Canada.^ ]  I  DiLVH'S   ISriUKD   IN   ANY    UUUHKNtJY, ���������'PAYAlil-K   ALL  I    "   - ovbr TiiK  Would. ���������       '    ..."  i| .-TKOIAL ATTKNT10N. piii.i to ^AYlNtilV'AC'CCHJNT^'i*;' iutevivt  I    at hijihoi-'i  Current IJnii-f"- nlh-M -A. -������i 'At yw. in- of .$1 and upward..,  I   CUMHSRIjAND,. It- O ,. Bianoh, Or^u D.tiiy      J). Iti. Idoirisou, %',  3.        UNIO^.. PAY, B.C.-Branch, CpciAXiu.;^.      P. 3?i tv/citl:, I\r c,r.  !  COUPvTENAY.,   B. 0 , Branch, Opcii .DnilvH .'JI  Kivrtwick,  K^v-- '"  1  %lllilllllllllllllllllll!llllllllil!illllllll!lllllil!ill!lli:illll!!l''llllli;itlll!ili!il<'l!'.lll-  lill!!!|i!l!i;;!'ili!iilll!l!!l!illi:ill(ll!II1llilllliii;:!ll!ill!!l|a|^  wuuwwvimnmv^ f>rwfc^fc������*������  *__#uy*-Jttfci������MAi������^wi*.***J*���������**:.������������.*t.-*.-������i ������.+i-i-r������ ���������ujw.iirti-.. >r^.r������MAn ]  ������4WA^.������j%������wwi-a/T^t  Mannfactwrea* of MINEKAL. WATER  cuMberla-nd  M  uprmm yr*"������-*.iA*������--m-wmaJT-ttartuci  1  P. 0. BOX 402  PHONE SO,......  4*MurtMmiMMiMf *uM3*t^mmm }**%*%*.%������*-. .\e*m,w ������wwH_WMMirt*������iiw  rt5  4  I Thomson's   Boardingv House f  .   Hau Now Heen Opened Up'a*utl is  ],'iepared to receive* hoarders  t*l  (?)  (S)  W  -o-  (?)  ft  {������������������)  (������)  r������o  (���������)  (ft  ..Heard by the Day, Wet I; or   Month  ���������w-Reusouable Rates���������  ^    Ttrm    TVl^mCAtl       Dunsmuir Avonuo, Kent Fourth    fcj  ?'     VV 111.    1 UOIIibOIl Btroot-Cuniborliind, IJ. 0, A  (a,  V I   ������������.^?;c??)4<^>A^<i^'avr^*A-Ac^^vi   ^������5*i������S������S-?������3SC?-?'5V?'?Sv?Sv������'1  JlMl*  ITIf l*1-"-** if-" ������*^  -*���������' *fkl-' -*-*-"^    **.*������  /1  'iditoti'  .t'.. I        ���������'    <.  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