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 y^KyP.y:4^y Of v������VV-;-v* ^)yT'^J ^ .^^  /   ���������  "'A'  '-...AV1'?  ^&":.'.:  I   ' ' '     <J  Ij '     .    ' A !.'     - .'-    .  IIWIWIH      III. 11    l|  -,, ���������?//*./iA'������Journai;  T it b N e ws,: Twain, i eth Ty fc Ait'  Devoted Bap^^.y^to ;tfo Interest** of Comox Diatriot.  ^  6?  CUMBERLAND,,B^lyEbNESDAY, DEC. 24, :9,3  ^w^   __   *      *.'>..  ���������wwownwwii'an   "^","'" r ��������� nir ivnMWW������������wmu.imi'  '���������:   The  Compliments of  ������ ^ ,,**'!        . ��������� ' * l      '  The Season  \ '-  *  SIMON LEISER& Co   LIMITED... ?  DiiiiPinuir Avenue,-; PHONE UH; CUMBERLAND  ,-_  "-,'.-.������*'.  < E'imtorT'NiHvs.:"  As "Tho  Islander" is apparently the  accredited mout.lipieqe-'6f'NTf. W.tte,;pn>:  speciivc candidate for M.iyo'r, I;will:>-"ins-  '* wcr ihrough die   medium of tho'NKws  some   of the comments regarctiny myself  as contained in the 'last issue of lh.it  p.ipei.  ' Firstly, with  reference   to the  ���������'   teiiM ''Socialist,'- the'tunc has King passed, when any person of ordinary intelligence will take  offence ,at being called  such, more particularly when it is remem  beicd ihat '"Socialism" is lhe greatest  single political force in the world to-day.  The next point has reference, to  that  clause   in  the Municipal Kate By-Law,  pissed  this year,  which was  declared  illi'jjul, viz:* the lev\ing of a   rate   tor  school purposes on ioo tier cent.- pf \\n-  provenioiiis as assessed instead of on the  50 pci cert, basis or  less.   This illegal  r.l.iiisc was originally passed   in ' April  ' 1909; will anyone snv why no objection  was i.iiatd aya'mst il uniihhis year, and  'main, why lias thcic'never been any up'  posiiim 10 that othei t'fiSyiil clause embodied in the Rate liy-Liw passed ten or  twelve years ago which placed the rate  for general purposes cn'ihe full ..assessed  value of improvement*?   This part of  the Uy*Law was rescinded by this year's  (.'our.cii, and now  conform* with  ihe  Mimiwipal Act.    Dots it net'iippo'ir pe-  culiin* that no refund for nverctnuxo was  ever demanded until ihis yenr?     Com-  nieiiiing on thut paiayirtpli in my election (ard, rcl.i'liiig to improvements  and  releried to as magnanimous, also the  following one, I.may say  that these are  a.mosl always the methods employed in  iimtitiiiiiig improvements of an expensive  liamii',  As to whether the credit of the Ciiy  has t'ul'jcii'd or not I ask'tliO'-Ulcctors  tocoinpaicihis yea i's Financial Statement which will be published in the  Nkws ���������shortly, wiih previous ones.  Lastly, 1 win refer briefly lo ih.it,as 11  appears to me, nauseous iniiifiiiction by  which nearly one hundred properly own-  era weie added to tho voters' list.' ln  c\uy tiiiii..uiiiiy there is alw.iyx to he  found a clmr-tcicr to lacking- in -sclf-rcs*  pert -jliat lie can nlw-iys be relied upon  to dcr.nny kind of cni)icm\������able act for  r\cr *i'tV.i.lM 1 ,.,���������.-', .>,.;.-,(.,.     1*.   1      r,.  low In 10 deficient iu honor tlml a mon.  grel dofe would by natural instinct shun  h m, a* om: wiiihl a leper,   llm again  rt felling to mat ti������i.������rtitinn   by   which  a tMWiriM(i|jle,'M.tnl(������rc( lUiC names  weie adik'on.  il.u list during the ;.la������  days (if Nn\ tlil.fr,   1 ;m, rnnvi/n rd thil  .whin  iiiriny of t]?e.c vcicrs undcrkiund  that the purpoic of invinjji lier name* on  the roll is to have their owners used as  subpryient.tools, they .will resant the im-  , put/itibn \. r J'    Ah; '' ,     ''"���������  qWhat'olber conclusion can one arrive  at in connection \vith the nine purchasers of two sixty font lots, total assess-  mqnt being $900 and the twenty-three  buyers of four lots of same site, total ass-'  essment {2,300. Although' these persons are on the roll legally, 1 do not believe it w.\s ever intended that the amen-  ocd Iaw should be interpreted so as to  give people holding agreements of sate  such aS the foregoing, the franchise under this qualification. The' franchise is  intended always for bona fide citizens  and property owners. The thirty-two  persons refeircd to are not such  ������������������ ,   A. Campbell.  NOTCE,  Ploaso tako notico from this  date, Uiat Mr. A. Faulkner is  no longer connected with tlio  Uritinh Colmnbin Accftlont nnd  Employera Liability Itmiranco  Co., Limited,  R. W. Hammond,  Koftidciit Manager,  Montreal, Doc. 18.��������� Tlio Mon-  Ironl Star says: Tho Royal Bunk  of Ciimulu reached ft now high record in tho year ending Novum  ber 21), 3018. During the peri,  od mentioned tho profits crossed  the two million murk, reaching  11 total of 82,142,100.22, n.tor do.  ducting nil chiir.es of manage-  mont and other exnonsen, accru-  ed interofits on doposits, full pro.  vision For bnd nnd doubtful debts  and rebate oil interoBt on unmatur-  pll    lo'll  .    ���������  I Witn fur liiu )onr, ��������� together  with' tho $010,210.00 brought  forward from tho profit nr.d loss  account nt tlu* bvcriiiiiin;. ,������f tlm  year j nut ended made a total of  S2,752,Jllt)t58 from winch to  meet, tho dividend* and appropriations.  Tlirvo u-crc ������J follows: Foui  dividends nt tho rule of 12 per  cunt., 81,387,000; tnmafi'm:'! lo  oflieers" poiMioii fund, $100,000;  Subscription $1.00 a Year  On Wednesday; afternoon J' i?e,  cember. 17th at Ellerslie Grange,  the home of Mr, : aiid Mrs. J*. A,"  Halliday,. Saiidwick", \B; Cyby  the Rev, Thos. Meiizies, Jessie,  only daughter,-or Mr. uqd Mrs!  John Cooper of New W.hitting.  ton, Derbyshire, Knglaud,? was  nniced. iti marriage to Robert  Merle, thiid son of Mr. aufetfrs  J. A. Halliday. "a The Iride was  attended by Miss . Lila Gi;i<iVe;  the grooin by Richard Carterjr.'  Reher-Haymari  ; A Popular Cumberland Girl  '? Weds'      ;  ��������� ��������� -���������  Prendergast-HailWay  1 ������������������    .    *    W  '   ':. ili'-Y  On the same, day,.at thesanie  place,1 by-the Rev/'Thos'".  MeiP  zies, Lucile,' the youngest daugh  ter of.Mr. and Mrs. J.-A.-HaM^  day,' was united in lnarriage to  Robert   Bernard,; youiigest eon  of Mr. William Preudergast" of  Wem Shropshire,.England.,".Thfe  bride.was -attended1 by her  two  nieces,   Miss. "Louie I'layart^of  Alberta; and MissGeorgie Smitli;  of Alberni; the, groom   by EVlt,  Smith.      ,     ���������.. , ���������:,'  .'���������,  .    1,'Aiiiity"' has "used -that sj^a'ce" at  hist.   './'".',"' ���������   '  -v. .'. ���������.���������'.���������:.���������������������������'.  -,'..*      ���������      , -    ^.  ;,;=- ;,".   rr:  - ���������   ��������� ��������� y^-   *-'��������� ��������� -\ ?    t iy  ���������' Don't forget-the vChn������i!na6:en-:  tcrtaiiimeiit. \iu the; Moihjodist  church.on.Thnrsday eveniyg.A':':  -    ^l^v���������-_ "*"; 'y ,  ,- A nice Xmas' Gift,- is ' a bottlo'  of French Perfume; , the lasting  kind; at PoauBy's Drug Store!;;. ���������  A quiet, but, interesting evont  tookjplace lap.t Friday evening at  tlio home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.  Pierey, Sandwick, when Rov.  Thos. Menzies of that place,  united in mariiage Miss Euph-  .enijii. Hnyinan, of Cumberland,  and Mr, J. B. Reher, of Los  Angeles. The*brido,'was becom -  ingly attired in lier fgoing-away  costume of nnvy blue ; cloth, with  which she* wore a large picturo  hat, and was attended by lior sister, Miss Annie llayman, who  was wearing'n very pretty chain  pagne cloth ,frock wiih , hat.,��������� to  match, while her cousin, Mr. Dan  Bannerman, performed the duties  of best man. The groom's gifts,  were to rho brido a very handsome  set. ring, to the bridesmaid an  amythist brooch,'and to the best  man an amythist- scarf pin. The  home was artistically decorated for  the occasion with choice flowersj  greenery and holly. After the  reception and supper, the happy  couple left by boat for a two-  weeks visit to Sound Cities. Up  on their return lliey. 'will reside  here. Tlie bride, who has been a  memberof the titaff of Campbell  Bros, for an tim ber of years, is  deservedly popular. The News  joins their niany friends , in   best  ^MACFARLANE BROS;, LTD  }l THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE." ������  ^ . '���������'���������   .       -^  (SUftiBtmrn  wishes for their future happiness.  Ittjf uiiuli tn tl|a������k nur ma������u fttouba mh  %?jjafltHjar mthwt tpki tf|fo ntuwrtunUij  tn mintf you all a  mg ^rfetmaH  attJi a  fappjr, |rn0p?rn������2  Nav f tar  ���������  WE QUOTE :=  Brookfield Kggs, per doxen .*.......... 55c  Local Eggs, per dozen , *.. 65c  Springbaulc and Mayflower Butter per lb. 40c  Comox Creamery Butter per lb  . 4 ������-c  Spanish (rrapes per lb,..'  25c  Japanese oranges per box ,... 50c  Cranberries per lb.  " 15e  Pure Barbadoes Molassas in tins  2oc.  Pure Maple Syrup iu gallou tins... , 2 00  Pure Honey Combs...........'  25c  Pure Houey Jars...  ..   30c  Nuts, All Kinds, The Best Grades  ���������We are Agents for���������     .'"',-  Macfarlane, Lang & Co's. Btecuits  S  1'"."*  X.-, 1  For S^Sra^-Dtisc^^     Prices  December 13 to 20, inclusive  Macfarlane Bros., Limited  THE CORNER STORE  ��������� r^m*.+f^*  CUMBERLAND  The Cumberland News  Dunsniuir   AvenMe.  written off bank j remises account  3250,000, Thislotnl of #1.7)17,-  200 boinf,' deducted from tho sum  at tlio disposal of the bank left, n  bnlunooof Sl,01o,HU.n8 in the  profit, and Iob*) account ut tho nnd  of tho year, Tho uot result of  the year, therefore, is that the  profit and Iocs account has been  increased by 3101,000.32 after do*  dueling for  expenses,   dividends  .7 ���������   , ' 1 t  made.   .+ ...  "Tlio Big Mnn From Hrnee,"  '���������got it in tlioriff-k;'* and thr* l-'niv  almost killed ������������������Sandy.'-  Kur Christiu;i> Cards and Xiij.,s  Bonks, (Jail nt IV.-ieey'-s  The Cantata, Santa Clftns & (Jo���������  will bo given by tho children of  St. George's Sunday school, under the leadership of Mr, C.  Parnliam. on Friday evening,  Dec. 20, commencing nt 8 o'clock.  A fifBt-clasri entertainment a<Vaita  thoso who attend.  Tho no,\v presbytoriau church  at Coui'tonay \r noar ing com pie-  tion. Tho pi po organ has been  installed, nnd tho dedication und  opening of tho church taken place  on Sunday, Dee. 28th, Serviced  iiwo been arranged as followH.���������  Dedication eorvice, 11. a injChil*  dron* eorvico'8 p m; Chrittmau  service, 7,ii0 n uu    Dr. Ptdgeofi,  of ''Westminster Hall, Vaucon-  vej:, ouo of Vancouver's best  preacherB, will conduct all sorvi-  coe. On Monday evening follow.  ing at 8 pin, he will deliver a  li-ctnraon "Impro-ssiona of the  Old Litiid.'' At������) p m.^a chick.m  supper will be served in tho h^e.  ment of (ho churcli; lickete to  supper 50c. Sp<������ial.;cblloct'iQiia  in aid of tho Puiloiog . Fund iy ill  he taken up at the church servi*  cob and lecture,  Boys, don't forgot tlmt box.of  OhocolatcA; overy young lady,  like both the chocolates and thu  box; and Peacey always   )m.   ihu  best.  Campbells  A fcm-ij? tmfc Unrtph &flfrtton of  (Eljratmaa   Nnttrltt^a  iui Bui|ihtij  3to iHpjt, JUnmcn nttb <H!fUb������u  ������i^M^^W������^WIii^^^I ,  Campbell  s  UEM. ������ fW)-W9^l^^iJpj'^iiir.-ww^^Mf^,������ffl^ ..._ H**a- "������*-��� ."--.j^--,0*
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By E. R. Punsfaon
Word, Look A Co^Umltod
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Newr at Last   \ .*. \ -
'X wa% i.vo days "la'ter trial Clroeii,
l.'sslievi'ljod, hlcar-cyod, with stinking
lands uiui uneertalnjfeojt, ,-.;iVent . unit eadhy down the' sired; fo tbe'.niaii'y
i(]oiii,s*of-.*tVlJich*'l.'o-ailik,d:'iiis',ifio jiass-
?d ;i siro***. smell   o��   bad    whisky,
l'lioso Jie  passed. \v.'U-clJ2ft'--liini: whh
ialt envious adihiriUio'iy ti n tt * when lu;
iveiu  into  n'-'public,.'IriiuSe.'near,   tho
oarman  wao   liiit-e tqiulci' iji  his  re-
!usa. to supply him with' tfn'y further
liquor. ���'','-     '
D'yo mean, liicaftu*_li'cd G.een, thai
1 ain't pcr-per-pcrfcctly sober, shober's
Of course'yon aro,'agreed tb.c.biu*-
_ na.ii," iintf'CireM*. Jurchihg out of .'the.
.louse, as neu.rly'as possible i'ell' into
��� ;h    arms ol! Inspector Loci"..
Lock gave him a... casual glance "and.
then passed on' without recognizing
aim and with a suggestion in hiss nian-'
aer _f haying more important, tilings
'.o do' tim*. -bothering aliout' 'stray
Irimks. But the meeting: was-a shock
;o Green, .'ho at'onco knew* the'In-,
spector ag':.n, and liis gait was somewhat steadier aa he,,continued on his
ii-ay. ��� -.,..
Nevertheless, -lie was 'Ah. a '"suTli-
:ieii*..ly" disreputable object to have the
' 3ooi* hur-Iedly closed upon him when
presently he had.-found his : way to
Thorold's "ooms and had-.' rung the,
hell loudly. ,' He. sun eyed the closed
door,  with  owlish   gravity .for'.sonic
minutes a i\Z~Di e iv~i' ang~irgai n
. time he wis threatened, wif.; a; policeman, w!ioi'crponA flying into a-passion,
tie banged his way into the house,
and the consequent' tumult' brought
Thorold himself upon' the scene.
There, screamed Grocn with-an .3.1 Ui,
'there's 'the swine-1; want to see; *'
The  frightc ed  servant  had  gone
running for a policoiiian, but.Thorold
��� called hev. .back . ',<��� ��� '-.��-' '; '������'
It is all right, lie said,, I know tho
man. Uo looked wi-.h some excitement at Green,' than" whom there yvas
no one'in the world he'had l,_ss; expected tu see.-   ; Como into-this ni'oin,
? he added tr. Groon and then as the escaped ctmvi'it l)ui*chcd>ix[te-. him.,' he
��� said quickly ���.-.U'.'iir very eager tonus,"
what is It?     Why have you���
Whisky, said Green with ..a stupid
. ��� grin, thitt.'s'wjiatj want, and Bluiri}. loiij
hesitating-, only whether to throw the
follow into the stveel or to hand him
ovor to the police.
Or��� said Green slowly; and thon,
tiipitgh his voice sunk Ai.d became
inaudible,'yot it setfmerl to Thorold ho
dreamed? imagined, tivinblei" with the
sudden idea tlmt it. was tho name of;
Joan had .icon upon Green's lips.
My God, man, he cried, do you know'
--any thin.,?'   ���"       o
Ah. said -iropii with license satisfaction,, that brought, you to your
senses sharp enough. Give me some
whisky. .-
With trembling haste Tliorold produced a liotUe and a glass, and Green
poured himself <s\il a liberal supply.
You called me r. worm once, lie said
abruptly, looking up at Thorold.' ���
' Did 1? said 'Choroid." 1 am vci'N-. sorry.      'Pell  me  why you  li'Rv'e' cAme
Here. N .     ���..     ^     \
l'V/i* iliis, said Green, and dashed the*
whisky he had just poured ou. gtra'lghi
into Thorold's face. . ^ .. V'. "
"Thorold sprang forward arid his
hand'flew up into tlio ail*. Green did
not wince but -watched him unflinchingly. It soemoc. Thorold understood
something Uu.t Green's look indicated
foi* his own expression changed, lie
fell back a step',- and quietly taking
out his handkerchief wiped the liquor from|his face.
t Hat., ha!. shouted Green, so you'v'-*
'.como'.to heel, now, have you? Well,
then," Til..be going. -
Stop! exclaimed Thoroli'. lie crossed to .the door and put his back against
it. "Oh? no, you'll not go, he said
softly as he wiped his face again.
You daren't stop me, retorted Green.
���And -vi'liy not? asked Tliorold.
' .-Because, said. Green and   .laughed.
Because .I'm master now, he said; and
all l'neod dc _s?to keep my mouth
shut..'.. '    - ���     ���   ��� ; -.-     '-
.. Uovj: ,mi;cli do you want to open.it?
asked  'Choroid shortly.
. 'Ah, Green retorted, just listen to me
I,hate,you, he shrieked with sudden
Vehemence.     Now, you'let'me go, for
I'll* not say another word to-day, but
perhaps 1 may come "back to-morrow
after* oon. ' .v. ' ��� :
Cbnie.-bffTeaspnabio, hum,-hale me as
ni'uch as you like,-but, "tell" mc���
I'll tell you iiotltini',, screamed
Grtscn. He rusLeil to the window and
flung U open', Now, you let me go this
instant?, he yelled, or I shall shout for
tlie ])0)ice myso'.f. and' they caii tulce
nie, and then you'll, never iciiow���then
yo.u'll neve, know, he repeated in tones
of intense malignity,
Ue had worked h.mself-in1p a state
of drink inspired l'i;enzy, and Tliorold
belwv'cd he intended wha. he said. He
did not know what Green kuijw^or if
life knew anything i*t all. bul-ho \vp;ild
not negleci, ovon th.e slightest "Chance
of heajwig news o��;.Toa::..   ? .'���',',���/'.
Gjbihe," he said sootlii^Ely, couie, my
ma'n.   '���' .;,   '     ��
.ppn't yon.; spe;il> anothov-'; word,
:'tln^i.iteneJl'Gi '.en, T,)l give you while 1
count three tp nioy'o from that dopr
to come.
'   You insolent scoundrel, Thorold-ox-
olaimed angrily, jiultin;. out.Ills'.hftiit}
to siri'/.'/,o hini by thu collar.
. Hut ut Hint, quit   siiddor.l;.' Green's..
drunken bravado-sei'ihed to fall from
him, nnd it w: b as if in a. moment lio,
had become s.dicr again.
Don't you 'dare loud, nu-, he Bail'.;
don't you .'lure, ur-- : '*''
Or whnt? afdiotl Thorold with scorn,
:<��� ��� ���.'.. .i.i -
you��� and bo finished up witli fi'strfng
of oaths, aimed tit Thorold', .jhd^si.Usjnji. 'l<jl;��m^Vo' or el^e I'll yell-'tov the'
ThProld's relatives, past, present aiid piitrco'limlHiovcr -'i\iy ji'noLhcr"'word,
uttered such obscure
ing Joan's safety. - .
have dared to restrain him wheu he
lie almost despaired as tlio after-
.noon ot the next day drew ou. It
seemed to him an eternity'that been-
dufed.as'thc slow hand^ of tlio clock
divggod on, and still Green did not
come. Eating his heart out in anguish
and sorrow he fat and waited, and it
almost seemed to him that he could
stand it no longer, when at lust the
servant entered with word that a man
was below who said his- name was
Green and who wished to .oe Jlr.
Tliorold. ��� ,
Show h)m up, show him up,, said
Thorold and when Green appeared he
could not speak, so great was liis agi-
,.Jio motioned his visitor io a b��it and
s'iit with shaded eyes watting for him
'_<>, speak. This wa.. not the greeting
Green had expected, and he .coughed
iii .an embarrassed way. then he
shJid suddenly; ���- ������-.;">
,' Uer father camo homo last night;
his temper's that bad he's ncni balmy.
Seems as In,'',, j.ad'news. Sppius'as
fthings is Roil:;, wrong���there's word
as how the slops arc flj���well, hini
and,131ack Monday has beon carrying
on' just terrible.      , ���.   -
Go on, do, muttered Thorold.
Miss Joan and him, Green continued
had a fair stand iij; she said right
out he might kill hor if he llli.ed, but
she would nover give i'ii.
What''did he say to thai?.Thorold
' JJ-Hiit she had made lier own choice;
cfml then hc.ups and bows toiler,- but
she took no notice of him, same as he
was dirt?       '"'������,"
So, so, said Thorold softly, but you
have nol told me yet whore she is?   -.
Xo, nor won't, said Green, '
Something ot,his old wild temper
flamed in Thorold's eyes, and he flung
up his hand quickly.   '������.-. , ���    Y,
Oil, bo ''lone, said' Groon quickly,
ain't you hid enough of carrying, on
that'way?,-   -a.      .-,|, ;,..- \
Thorold,glfirifu af, liim, ami for a'moment his whole: b'o'dy sfro'dk1 with tlie
violence.of his feelings. ..Uhung-iu
the balance whether >the whole range
and depth of"his:emotions might not
vent themselves on Green in one tremendous ontburs.. but by a great effort
he mastered himself.
Go-on, .he said hoarsely, why have
you come to me'?
���-Because, Green answered, I. want'to
save her .without blowing tlie gaff on
pur littlo lot.' Come wnal may 1 don't
'split on my--p'als���but ] want to'save
her' ail the sf��~ae. '. ,-\ ' ���
'��� (To be Continued)
Making His Point
To Develop Zinc Mints
After listening"lo slatenienft by
members of the Board of. Trade and
mining men of the district, in which
the' necessity, for the continuation by
the DominioL- Gover.mienl of .expori-
zinc ores and for the appointment of
a royal, commission 'to ninlfc a thorough investigation into the requirements of the mining industry-was urged, Hon. Louis Coderre, Secretary of
State and Minister ot Mines, has'despatched Dr. Eugene llaanel, director
of the Federal Department of Mines,
instructions to authorize 13, Didolph to
proceed at once with the,work at tho
/.ine plant in' Pairview. -* Expenses' of
the work will be covered by $30,000,
which remains of the grant of .50,000
originally, made for the purpose of experiments ill methods of treating zinc
ores. ���*,..������
Warts are un��igh':ly .blemishes, and
���orus' aro painful' gro^'llis.;-' Hollo-
���o will remove tliem.
way's Corn Cun
HIS Bffil
No other fceeps the skin and scalp
to clean mA v!.���r, r_ rreA -md
healthy. Used with Cuticura Ointment, it, soothes irritations whicli
often prevent slpcp and if neglected
become chronic disfiRur��il.nt��..
Millions of molhers use these pur*\
swcci und Rcnllc cmnllirnt!" 'for
every puqwsc of the toilet, fontj;
and nursery.
Cu��l��i"���'       yi. ,",[tiimnll ��r, l0|i! iJirmwl.tiit.
ym*t*iX   j< iitjnkl w��n��- ��'l ����n.*"ii !>s-pitft-
C"w* tur Ta ttfJrtl ������_'*��� VlVX
trtlp.arMven'tita. A��Wr<*��Po��wI��rw* ��.t��-i.
C��p. WtpU 31U. Hoiton, X..B.A,
DiVi AVi'U"ydu coiiie b&elf. again and
tell .hie''.then?���Tliovpld nsked eagerly.
Two'^ cgnntqd Grtfon.
'J^iorbld moTji] quiclily frcm tlie
door and 'Green burst into a shout of
drunken laughter, dJn .picked .up the
whisky, .bottlo- ffrom Ilio table .and
drank, then Hung the bjtuo on the
floor'aiul AW'tiBgored to lhe doo:! Thorold. stood by watching him aa n Hlavv-
I rig woir'niglit watcli a ja.nb gumboil-
lug: ut the bat's ofits'eagc, and-Green
laughed jigalit iij,.liip faoi?.
Vo'" will tionio^lViicTiV Tliorold'iigkcd
aljuortvplcatllntjly.    '' '. ',
��� VeyhUYiS. I wilj, porhfipK won't re-
''ttii'i'iC-'d GVhoirin liiBolcii't'triuiiiph. I'or-
liapy.'Iijiiaven't'iinytbing io tell,, who
linoWs., Hut I'm. quits.- wlili yon, yon
''filf.'ivo'Wiiluft I'tilly; fitop me if youi
dlll'C.J};.".'"-     '   -   -     '"
Ibu. Tiioriild did not dare, and slood
'i!tii,wttrwalel'.;iig ,ik Green took, him
..... Explained ���at-.tast;,.-; :
p.'Keefe���'Tis stliranj;e���,liow slow an
a'rtliic explorcr'tliriivolij^whlu.'bo's goin'
towards tho^polo .and; how J-iisht ,.ho
covernrtlid ground coiiiin'fruni it., '
O'Slica���-Nawthjlji' sthitango abouL If.,'
bedad! Slitire, don": Hi* law iv grav*'
itation tachc us Unit it's harder lo go
up thin to como down?,,
And thore waa not n soul to mourn
his death.
Oh, woll, (here may li'o Home timo.
llow can thero be?,
HSb widow may morry asiiin.
The correspondence was: brief but
to the point. The letter sho received was as follows:
Dear Madam���"Wo lako pleasuro in
shipping to your address,thi. fine Persian rug. for. which we shall bo glad
to receive your, check. If you do
not desire the rug,, please return it.
Very truly yours, etc. ���
I never heard of sucl, impertinence!
cried the lady., Ths idea! And she
replied as follows: A
' Dear Sirs���l have ordeved no rug
from your store, am. 1 see no reason
why 1 should go to the. expense of returning a thing I don't want aud
which''was sent 'to me unsolicited.
Respectfully yours, etc.,
Jn due time she received tbis com-
munlcatioir,        ...
Dear Madam���1 am sending for'that
unsolicited rug. Will you return tiio
favor and send' for Iho unsolicited
charily entertainment tickets? Tweir
ty-four lie on my desk.
Cannington Manor, Sask.,
Writes*.���"My brother suffered severely from eczema.
The sores were very exten-"
sive, and burned like coals
into his flesh. Zam-Buk took-
out all the fire, and quickly
gave liim ease. Within three
weeks of commencing with
Zam-Buk treatment, every
sore had been cured."
- .This is but one of the m-any
letters wc are constantly receiving
from people who-have proved Ihe
healing' powers of Zam-Buk.   For
S   eczema, piles, ��� sores, burns, "cuts
H and   all .skin   troubles  there  is
nothing: like this wonderful balm.
jj^ No skin disease should be considered incurable until-Zam-Buk
has been tried.
All Dtuggisli, 50c. pttBox,
Refuse Subslitulta.
-.The boss isn't ,,round, loudly
claiming who lie- is;
['(���lf.f-.ff; jinO. though he tried .<> follow
liiihVl:<n.'eii ileCfit'ted the pumult jn un
liiiHtimt,.   ���','   ""��      a '���;
"Toi   go 'li'K'i*,, lie Mild', turning on
'riiarrtld us;!m followed h|m, and mind
If ynu ti'iemaiiy.irM.-s oh mc, ymt v*ll]
ioim your lust I'liuiici' of-'-
���'Of wlmt,- o[ \vlml? Tliorold aclu'il,
���'ami il)o big muji n.hoo's lil;e a loat:;\vlth
bin eiigcfiieHS and feur.  ,
��� -'All, Miitt'KliVrit'WiaHSYon'l tell you
fnei'i'i'd (i:rim;i'II'h. n.iy turn, iipihIiIoh
now', my turii to bo ilia bull) now.
���   M lrtiK?
thnn  shti  might
���<! "i��i>��u>d ii bin ir of
Stomach, Nerves ?.nd,�� Thinker
stored by ��� Grape-Nuts Food
Bake it in Clay into a Solid Mass and
Carve it With an Axe
_ When a Maine Indian has.the choice
of aJhedgelT^7TT*��MiiikT'a-woodehuck-
and ajnuslrral for dinner he Vill se-
lec: the first named -invariably, and
take the skunk us second choice,'leaving the woodc'nuclr, whits'., is tho only
pile of tlie lot a Maine white man will
taste1; to .the last. Unlike the skunk
and the' woodchuck, which, are lean
Kva] unsavory except for a few months
in tl.e fall, or the muskrat, whicli is
never fat and wide has a strong flavor Jn spite of i-arboiling,' llie hedgehog is always in edible condition and
has meat -that is as lender and white
as tbat of a spring, chicken,
The method cf cooking a hedgehog
is so simple that.a novice can learn in
one Bhorl lesson. When,the cpicv *
Is permitted lo make, a choice f'he
should slum lho largo old males,
which al limes weigh thirty or forty
pounds. Tho preparation consists'in
removing the visnorn, washing out'Uie
interior uftd filling the cavity witli
���slices of fr.t pork, peeled raw potatoes,
sprigs of sptavminl and wild' celery'
from the .rook.
Thou, without removing tlui quills or
skinning, .lie body is plastered thickly
wllh wet clay from the nearest bank.
The muddy, bulky iimar Is Uiriist Into
live cor.ls and covered wif.i blazing
fagols to bc roasted for two hours,   ���
On removal from the coals, tlie.clay
is found lo havo been baked inlo a
hard Bolid mass, which' must, be I
broken open with an ax or ivhoiwy1
stono, whereupon tlio skin and ipillls
o�� the animal cling to the day wrapping aiid full away, loaviutr tlio clean
while ment ready' to bo* oaten.
We unhesitatingly
recommend Matfc Baking I
Powder as being the best, purest  |
and most healthful baking pow-
der. that it is possible to produce
All ingredients are plainly printed
on the label.
��� Testing Butter Moisture .
A number of inspectors employed
by the dairy��� and cold storage branch
of the Dominion Department 'of, Agriculture,' aro now on a tout* of the
country taking samples of butter in
order to ascertain if'tho provisions
of the Dairy Act are being compiled
,wllh��� as regards moisture content.
Nearly one hundred samples Imvo
been taken in eastern Ontario ��� already, and only three were improper.
A Fine Voice   ,
Smith���Your wifo has a '".ne voice,
Jones���Yes, one of the best in the
world; otherwise it would have been
worn out several years ago.   ,
What is nioro tragic than to forgot
on 'tlie morning after' lhat convincing
excuse you gavo the night before?
Miller's- Worni fcowdcirs Work so effectively Uiat no traces of worms can
bo found.. The pests lire macerated
in the stomach and pass awny in the
stools' yithout being perceptible. -Thoy
make an' entire' and, dean sweep of
the intestines, and notbiug in the
shape, of a worm can Iind lodgement
there' when these powders are in operation. Nothing could be more,thorough or desirable,than their action.
i     ' Follows Instructions
The father of a small family tells us.
tbis one;
My wifo instructed our' littlo boy '
when he was invited out to lunch tho
other day that when be asked to Imvo
a second helping of cako ho should1
refuse. You must siiy: Ko, I-thank
you, r have had enough, said she. Aud
don't you,forget it.
Ilo didn't. Wlien asked it ho'd
have somo more enko ho snid: No I
thank you, I've had enough, and don't
you forget it.
, An Old New York Grava
��� The oldest grave in Trinity ctiurch:
vard, New .York city,-so far as can be
determined,,is lhat of,Richard Church-
er. The stone-on the grave indicates
that-lhe boy died at the age of five and
a- half years,. April- 5, 1G8L
How's This ?
We"offer One Hundred, Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrli tbat
eannot-bfl_cured.-_-.by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. .   .: ��� ,     ""*
F. J. CIIKNIDY' ti. CO.. ToMo. O,
We. the underslpmed. have- known V.
3. Cheney for'the last 15 years, ana believe 1:1m perfectly honest tn all business
transactions and nnanctnlly able to carry
oiit'ai-.r oblisallong-mniln by his firm.
....-.- - ���   Toledo. O.
' Hall's Catarrh Curo ts taken Internally.
actinK directly upon tbe blood ana mucous surfaces of 111* system. Testimonials
Gent free.' Price 75 cents per bottle.
Sold'by all dniffBtstsr " "  '
Take Hall's Family, Pills, for .constipation.
' Th'at'Scitl'iss'lt,,. ',. ; . Vi
Bili���Thoy say a'ton ot.iiowly stacked hay'Will occupy'about 500 "cubic
reel. . Threo months .later it will have
settled to four fifths.of that bulk. '
"'Jill���Well'lhd poor tramps have got
to steep liomc place, youktiow. ;
Minard's T/iiiimeirl Co.',' Limited.      ;
Dear Sii'K.-^I cnu''recommend' your
M1N IID'S' LINIM11NT' for -Rheumatism and" Spriiins, as-1 havo used it
lor both  witA,excellent results,
Yours .truly, .,.-.-.    .,
��� '7    '"'������ Y!i\ i:.'lavi.k9,a ,
��� ���    ',"' ������ A" ' '���'������,:     *.'st. .John.
To be Healthy You Must Keep the
Blood Rich, Red and��Pure
D.r.. Williams' Pink Pills aro useful
in any disease caused by Ibiir or impure-blood, and the nst 0f such diseases is. astonishinglyviarg.-     Anaemia  literally  mean:, a  condition   in
which tho hlood is thin and v/atery.
Chlorosis is a foni. ot anaemia most
common  to  growing girls,   lu  rheumatism the bloo<   becomes thin more -
rapidly than in any other disease. Afl- "
er an  attack .of la gripp-.-or acute.'
fevers the blood is always thin and'
impure, and Dr. Will,anw"Pink Pills
are  the tonic to  use during convalescence.   Wlien the- blood is poor and.
fcthin .'tho stomach'suffers. '.The  food .
���ferments, ga..' and ..certain "acids form
and the. trouble,, is pronoun cd ��� indigestion ��� or dyspej-sia. ()The nerves receive   from   the -bled   all   of. their "
nourishment to keep up" their energy
and repair waste or damme.    Some
forms of paralysis aro,;caused,by thin "
blood.   The progress' of locomotor ataxia is .stopped in many cases when -
This is only     partial list ot the troubles' having their origii    in  impure,
watery blood, and all can be enred-
by supplying-the blood-with its missing const.ili.Ji ts.
This is exactly what Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills do.     Thoii chief mission is
to mako rich, rei". blood, and this good -
blood reaches, ever: organ and every ,
nerve in (be human body, thus driving out.diseas. and bringing renewed .
health and strong'li t.   thousands ot
weak, despondent people, - .
Ask your neighho'.'s.   Tlioro is not
an inhabited-cornel in Canada whero
Dr. Williams' Pink-Pills have not restored some fiuffei'ui,  and  all  over
this country the.    are grateful, pooplo who do not hesitate to say thoy
owo health���in somo cases lifo itself-'
���to this great medicine. -  If you are
ailing begin to-"curt yourself to-day
by usini. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
'Sold by till dealers In medicine or ������
by  mail at 50  cenls- a box or six
boxes for $2.50,  from The Dr. Williams' Medicino'Co.. Broaltvillp. Ont
W. N. U. 9?3
Thornbi   urged,  lajing
.1:'.inblln^ iiniul on ���flroi'h'H tihoulder,
al  loiin'i tcill'iiie'ir Aw. 1n nllv'u and
Why, fiMwH-w-lo/lr-il    witli
scorn,  that'll mor
The words weni ho iriio.iiiut 'imn-
old winced und drew hack Iti shnntc'.
(Jri'on turned and tropins' ,bo. ttveoi
wnR IohI to Mew In the prcm? of traffic Willi a heavy heart, full o. Hhtilno j
j��li(l MH'iniV ami (ii.-..,\.r.,
tunied-biii'k l<�� liU looms.
Tli<-i*o I'or b.iir and twenty Ium r.i he
bad to (-n.lut'o ur best ho might, and
piiffci- In tho- lv.u<;tioti which In the
hurtlott thing nt all lo u man of lilu
tomiicrami'Hi, Jnfo what, a plight
l'���o niR lv..Hty raii.' LA A::., v.-' on wm
h\\\ only hnyo lay In wlm'. nn eucapijtl,
p.javli'iViliiinH.-ii fan" uiIyau. hidnoo
him vi do .tr to uftiy .Siippuao Un-ei.
itid ti<��'t rr-tur*'.' suiVinKn-, .n htr.t, lie
Ii\rw iinfiflic f>i>'l ""il" timldnn and
l.ud notliln,? to I ������IH Tli.irobt blumfd
l,5mi-U My bliw-rly for having let
'Mm ���'���-!, nml yet Vifciv be would ucvw
The number ot pcrso|is whose nil-
menlL were such lhat no other food
oould bo retained at',all, IS'.largrf'aiid
roporlB are on tho ijict'ease',
"For Vi years ] Htifforod from Vh-
pepsin, flr'Uiis nn food Unit did not
dlHtremi jpc," writos n .\\js, lady, "j_
wnfl reduced from Ui io M .lbs.,
gradually growing Awolikbi* linlll ]
ciiiild lea my bed only a ulioK
wlillo at a lime, aiid hoei'ino .uniiblo
to Hpeah uloi:iI.
"Tlirco yenrs ago I was utiranled
by an urllclo on (irai)C-Xuts and de-
chlur. lo Ivy il.      ,
��� "My'idonuichwuK an'weak 1 oould
i.ni, lake emiyi, but I utoft (Jnipc-
Mutti wiib milk and llm i water, it.
helped 'me from, the .|r,��|, hiilMing
ni) my syKl.on>. In n'iniii.iier uioiu astonishing I''- Uis frli'iuld who had
thnuglit my ;ccovt'i. IruposKible.
i.u.i..  1   .'   AA   hi 'Au   �����::���.;jt
Nu!:-. and -"main Inr breiikfnui tuUl
lunch at night, with 'ii egg and
Orapn-Nnls  tor ill* '.cr,
"1 am now abU* to vil fruit, iiioai
ti-      f(.rly all vegeLililch for (lliiiiur.
"i"ibut  fondly  coiitlnu. Urapo-Xutd   for
iTiiiV.ta'.il.  run.  .->��|iini,
"At lho Uuu; of ln'gi. .il-,-; Grape-
Nut n 1  could aoarci-ly  spei;k  a ten-
ioiuio witliotit changing wurdn uroniul
or  Malliir.,   friiokoV In   sjhio  way
A Statesman
At a nioeting of a-woman duHrrtgo?'
orfitinlziition in Kiiiihiih' i'Aly, Kail,,- lb
wus HUggeHlod thut the nienibe|h .tiiUv*
to their servants and othW'-wnmcn'
worlteru with a vlov to formlntf* an^.
estimate as to lho strength of hu'C-
fragu Hciilliiieiit in Hint particular locality. One" member, who has employed the Hume wiujlKrwonmii for the
last six years, rop.irled that alio put
ihe (ltiestlon to this worthy lady.,   ,
Are you In favor of volc-i for women V iho suffrage woniar. nukeil.
J? don't pay attention to pollticA, iho
wanlHM'woman replied, 1 . lewvo all
that to my himbnnd. :,.���
Well, how does yonr ll unbuild .stand
on woman biiflYuncV  -.
lie dnn'l iitatid.al all. Ho belleven
in women nuiying at liomc and 'Minding their own bUHlnesn,
Unw many fanillies do you .vauli
for?   '
sis. H
And whul. i\oot your lni��ban0, do,
lif.aiii'l ib>!ni? anythlnr vl'flil now--
iililes'M he'found Homethlng UiIh niorii-
A Staoe Episode
A breeze blew down the valley,
They set it tip iifealp
Sltig'o.sccner. you know,
Are apt to grow
''Topiieavy now and (lion.
,   signature Experts   ,.
���A liuinbor of lho larger banking lu-
.stltulJoiis, employ from ��ot_o" to half a
dozen in'on wlioed;'abl6 dutj is lo ox-
.amluo1 every ���, cheek   ihat   comes, in
'llirortfib. the- clearing hbnue and vouch wl
for tlKJ^'C'inilneiiAKs of Uie H-Igiiaiin'efl. elf
���?. ,.  ;���������'.��� ;tV:;~r-rr-      '"'   '*'
Only ]. per cent, of the eiiblegraniR
ftent:   oi'i'r.ieaft, . aro   conccrnod   with
family or private matters,     Tho rest
,ar^ commercial, journalistic or official.
If Uio harompkli'ls are to contribute
to ihn omancipiulon of woman much
1)1 depend whether Uiey have pock*,
a or not.
' -,  ���";-     Nbt-ppB.atl ;���'������'���    '  '
Poor'.'jni'.'in, niie l����*Hi". Aoipiii'g"over
the vlelliii'\vli6'iiiid juftli been dragged
out frojii under lier automobile. Have
you a 'wifOV
No, ho groaned. This Is Uio. worst
thing .that pvir happened lo me. '���
' ��� -���"���  .'"    '   '
Tho Fixed Charge
1 low-do you go ubbut'ordcji. n* i. fthu
nor? IntiuiiC'il ,lbo man f^oni u rural
difitrlct. -..-���..'
Well, 1 noo-liow muclvmonoy lhave,
take out Um' wnllor's .tip and then
.pond 'the cluijigo oh' my self,
��� Mistress '(to newly arrived Nonvog��
Inn girl)���Cun you cook?
MlHlresB��� Cnn y >i ilo washing?
��� AMifilreKs���-Cnn you'wnit on tablet ���
���MIslruBs���Well.-.v/liat can, you do?
.   illrV���Ali can inlllc roltiduoriJ.
An Even Break
The roads todn, aro ovorrim by uu-
',-,-WolI, tho mnds .liinen't got any-
tliiiiK on tlio iietlcstvlftHB.    ,,
"  Men Are so Uncertain
Wby   '""i'   yi>n Hit i'ii a f. mail
wanted to marry yon?  ,.t
IVeause, replied lho prima lUmmi, I
couldn't decide whether ho'wuwln lovo
v      . .. (   witu me or ih'Tcly wiiniod lo liear nio
but I have b'conie no tl   iigiiioii^d Ling for liolbijig,
tbat I no longi'.r Iiiiyi; ili.it trouble,"j "      	
Nitiiiii  fciven  by    r.iii  !!:/')    j��o��itini| psne of Hat-It
fliTcnl Co., 1Mb, WliiilHcr. imt.        |    ^ v(|f m 0,,, XMVC\m( who had
tiiili> up a Mr li\i!Jl'"""�� >'v iidvri'llBing.
,    .Ioim, eaid Me wife, what do you
,,w want nr. your lombntot.e?
one appears from time to time. T&y      ��'���'��� !" "��"'"**��� " ,w--very ,M?-
are fenu'ne, true,
"Tlmiua a ''< *i("\" fin] v-  l", e\-'
pl;tln��-J In llir lhlle WiA, "Var- Ib-al
���- ��'-'<������"'������" m j.k^,    ���; I
to Wcllvllle," 111 J.lijii.
Ever read tht above lelt<.:
me to iiinc. il��y      -����� ,      ��� , ,��� HQ , nB a8 |t
^ j I^Tv'tiSod ipacc and Ib well dhpltiycd.
No man is L
The MedM A&vifr hy
11.V,rierc��, M.D.i Buffalo, N, Y. uMtotrt ImU
tf delica.lt) quettion*
ahout which every nan
or woman, tingle or mar* ���
riedovghttokruAD. Sent
free o* receipt of GO tm-
cent ��tomj)�� to pai//��r
mopping and mailing.'
ET tlia grett^it athlete linv dynpcpila and liU
itrongtli will enon (ail. Ono'u Btamlua���foree-
fullneii and itrong-Ui of mind or ruuaclo
depend upon the blood, and Uio .blind in turn,
require! tt healthy itoraach. far lho itomach io the
latoi*lut> whtii. Uio Uoi Sa d!*e��t<��d nnft moh **]*.-
rnmtft %re tnken ��p-��r Milmlltttod���which molt*
Waorf. In cfltiieqtience all tho orean�� of tho body,
���uch as heart, lunea, liver and, kfdneyi. a* woll oa
tbe nervoun wgiltm, feol tbo bad effect if tbe stoM*.
acb ii deranged,
tmMmtma% *9 *t\    ���
1 S*T5fi*'C*fi1^rik'*!*'
Medical Biscot
lielpitlMitnuelitsdlfeet food prop��rly, atirti tka" !i-
liter int�� new Mtirlty, naming (lie poliou twr, th4 ,
bleed, ami Uui rttltma *r*mujt*. rltk, ni b\o*i, I*-
���teas ot b��t��g Ulj lumitktl, TktT*fr����lil��i fniotii**
at ihlt *itr��et ef lutt?��� MMIdul yknti hu b��nt
laynrahty lmewn W *����r <0 y*ui, Kwry��hcT��
���oee�� itt%hbor un UH yo* *t the r����d it lu* do**
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" i: \fi '                      ���������       '   7  Y ; NOTICiS 13 horoby Riven tbit apph-  ;j'; Catien wilt be uuJu to tlu Suporiiitend-  ���������A ont of Provincial Police,  Victoria for a"  v- '��������� licon^-; to eoir liquor ��������� by  wholesale upon  ,_J ^thep'ioa������isi!8Bitusti-doa Lot'G, My ok 15,  ���������.'.}* Cuinbeilnnd Towpsito, Cumborland, li. 0  V;. ���������'    - ' ClALIpMlJSSArrO.Ap'i.HoM.t.  ���������j Dited this l_i day vf Oeiobor 1918."-*   ,  r; NOIlQii U htroby glvon that ou the first  I?" day ofDju-rnor   noxt application   will   be  | ��������� mado to the Superintendent of "Proviiioidl  jj��������� Polico, Viotoria, for ills renewal of tho bo-  *ij, tol lWeiiantanell   liquors   by retail iu tno  i hotel knowu aa tho.L irno liotei, aituatod.&t  f Comox, B.O.      '���������'���������: gWhgb.'M.Bakww;1  ������...    Dwted October 1/1913. ,   . '     '.'*.,:  THE .NEWS, -COMLE-RLAND,"   BRITISH   COLUMBIA;;  -rr  NOTlCS.is hereby given that ou tbe  first, day of November 191.3, application  will bc made to'th'e Superintendent ot  Provincial Polico,.for a renewal of the  wholesale liquor license- upon the premises known u_ Ul 24, Subsection t, Nelson District.  UibSENsu liuitwiNG Company.  Dated October :st, 1913  Union" Steamship/Go, of B. C.  . THE S.VS. OOWIGIUN WILL SAIL" AS UNDUE  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXjROUTE  '.  . ' .Leave Vancouver, Monday, at. H p. m. -  ,.    ' -' .,; - .'  ''   Arrive-Nlinaimo; at 11.30 p, mV. " ':"  ���������' Arrive Union .Bay, Tuesday G n.'m. , '    Lt*ive Tues ..'        n.  o   ,   Arrive Comox, Tiiosday'8 a! tn,    .i;euv0'JWlny,' 11 a. in.  \ Leave Nanaimo 6 p.. iu, Tuesday.   Arrive. Vancouver 11.30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.ui.,< Arrive, Na nairoo, ��������� 11.30 p. in  Arrive Union Bay, -Sunday'6-A.m.'���������Depart'5 p.tn.   . '; ".  Arrive'Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Tepart 4 pan.  V Subject to change without notice.  NOTICB ia luroby Rivoii that on tho  first day. of Doooiitber noxt appliwiit.ou'wili  Iks mado to tho SupoiiutotuWt _t Provin-  oeil Polico, Viat-uin, t,,t u rMiuwnl of the  h-'toi Iiccdko to Boll liquors by.roUil iti  tiiu hotol knowu ivi tho Union hutcl. Bit-'-  nato at Ui.iau, K.(J.   John N; McLkoi. .  Djh������1 tho iHtiky of Octol. >r, 1813     .   .  NOTICK is hor..by tfiv-n that ou the  first day of D.oambor uoxt, applioatou wil]  bo made to thn Superintendent of L'r.jviuoial  Polioo, Victoria, for thb roauwal of tho hotol Uoouiw to will liqaorH by retail in tho  hotel known 11a tlie liver .side hotol, ailu ���������_���������_._  ot Courteaay, 11 a 0. il. Phoiiweu'.  D������t������a Ootobcr1, 1013.  mm nmrnrnm .vmmmm m m m ������ m mwi������iii������igi������iidftL jp.Hfc  ��������� NOTIOK la, oereby yiveu ,that on tho  first day of Ducbmber next application will  bo' incido to tho SuporlutenJcmt of Provincial Polioe, Vi.jWin, for Uie rouowajiif the  hotel lioncBa to 8������1I liquor* by rotuil in tho  boiU Iuuavi r.s the WiUoa huvol, nituated  fit Uuiom Bay 11.0,       ������      ���������  ';  " Ai.ritreo 1Ui>kh Hoknk  -    Dftt<Hl6cU)be*:], 1913. ' ', .  NOTICK i.i hereby-, given - tntit on UiV  flrat day of Dscoiubo'r m-st application will  bo mudn to tho Superii.tende'nt of .Piovin ���������  oi;il Police, Victoria, for tho rone wiil of,tlui  hotol liconhe to sell liquore by retail in tlie  .10 -<*1 knovn as tha NoUon hotel, situated  at Union Hay, B.C. ' ' Jon.v Fius'ai.J  , Dated Oototer 1st, 1913.    .  The Courtenay Hotel  Evory "convenience for. guests.  , Tho Ooriti al Hotel for Sportsmen '  None, bul live Best of Wines nnd Liquors  at the Har.  RATES REASONABLE  ^ John.Johnston,   Prop  MD<<U������KW*Miy������  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NA.NAJMO HOLDEN AT ,  ' NANAIMO,  IN TLIE MATTEROF Gnisoppo  J'. ]'j, Uoiitiiionzit, dcccaacil, in  toritiito,  Inly oi! ' No.   8   mine,  iwftr Cuinborhuid B. O,  AND' ,  IN THK MATTKU of tlio ''Official Administrators Act,"  TAKF NOTICB that by ordor of Ilia Honor J ndgo Uarkor,  mado during tlio month of November, 10Iii, I wus appointed  Administrator ot" tho Kstato of the  abovo-mentioned docoaeud, and all  purr.ioo having claims against tho  said ostiitu aro horoby required to  fimmh same, properly voriliod, to  1110 on or boforo tho 20th day oi'  Decombor 1018. AND all par-  tion iudobltid to said ontato, nro ro-  qumid'lo pay the amount oC tlioir  inlobttidiiHsa to mo forthwith.  Dated thin 18th day of Novoni,  ber 1918,  W, Wksmjv WiLL/Vun,  Ollicial Adininiiitrai'.or,  C'liinberlsuid, 1). C,  DRINK  The purest.and best BEER, and  ���������made in Cumberland.    "  gsass&BC^Sa-mMiJM^^  , offer   you   a safe  and   sound    investment   with a  good return on your money as well as an enhanc- '  ed value  from now on.  , * V  A Company with   NoPii-).\i )no.MShares.-  ACcmpanywith      a   c \ \' fiscal agency.    ���������*"  .  A. Company   that will look solely to  the wellfare ���������  of its shareholders.     Shares are now selling at $i  for all   cash,' or    on   the   easy   instalment   plan.  Call ov send fov a PpospeGtus" to-day,  lu vum WM  ���������'jWJm^iusuwrnM-W.wi  i mu "nu iLiB*Tt*gTnwy������n  I The   Mercantile  General ,Ag<  Ltd.  Little cubes, of metal '������������������  Little tubes of ink, -  Brains and the printing presses  lake the millions think,  m iwwwawwwaiwiiwwitf ������������������������ ww  ��������� It+mWMltlimm'mlmmVmWm  O, H TARBELL  There-is no better way of making the people think of you   than  by placing an Ad in'The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  Hiitmmr**tv*n  .HIGH GRADE STOVES  * A^ ������������  !f!TCHPM mnTNQM q #  |   ? Sportsmen* Goods  % autl  | Genera! Hardware I  fyt������^ii*it\Wtfy%*S\p  Violin Strings, Talking mu-  cliinc needles and Victor Records  for sale at tin* Now* offir.-e.  NOTICE  Any juM'Bon or poreons, mutiny,  romtiviug or taking any bl'ock^  timbot' or wooil, of any doi>ujaipliodii  Dolonjrin^ to tlm "Wellington Col-  lory Oo'y-, or from or ol'f tlu* lantl  of tho flaitl Compnny, or anyonw  tipping rubbish of any description  any whero upon lhe com pany'fr  land will ho proaeculod to tho full  oxtont of tlio law.  AV. L. OOUI.SONr,  GolKTlll AltUlftgOV,  Co lliory Co,y,  \gency,  Selllng'Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co.^ Ltd  Head  offices :  $ on-?. o.nS,  ono'Union Rank Building.: Corner View and Gov't.  Streets, ��������� Victoria. ... C.     M  Phone 3243 -    - Geo. Abbott,' Mauagiag  Director,  swfi-mwnKr~*rv������V������ar<* uw> wjwWiV*hmk. ���������*  (A  t-ii  .. i   "We Build Homes and Make -Loans."'.*'.   i  wujuacuuui  ' LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Swtion 42.       .. o  N'dTICE I������ lieieby pi ver. thai  .ni lho lai dny of .IVcnmlier r.exl,  ���������.jtplioatiou will ho mado to the  'iiporintondcnt of Proviiinirtl jiol-  ou lot a licoiiso for ihe s=iilo of  iquor by wholupalu, in and u])on  .lio promis'09 Bitiiated in tho'town  if Courumay, B. C, known and  icaeiibcd us Lota SO and 31, Sec-  ion 01.  Diilod this litli day of Oo.ohor  1913.  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  John Miu'ocohi, Man after  Applicant  LN TIIK COUNTY   COUNT   OF  NANAIMO 1IOLO10N AT  CJUMHKHUND  IN  Til 10   MATT 10It   of Thom.i:  K111I1.I1, ilt'COHHiid, inldctate, wli.  ditid in NoL'on JJialriot on Aiiri'  20ihJ0iS.  AND  INTIIKMATTlSRSof i.ho'Omr-it.l  Adtuini. tratnrsJAot "  TAKJU NOTICK that by ordoi  oi Hiu Honor Judj;o Barknr, imuh.  tV.r- r-i'h ,1.. .'i -.f f.y-.-.i, ,| f���������. i"^1'..  -  -.A.   t-'.l.   i.i.j    v.  .1 t. t\tlni L.    ii ������i|,. it .'.  i*\HiY.nli.d iiJn-iii.'rili'-Uorof (ho !*<-  .ato of tho abovo inontioni'd do  coiiswl, and all parlioa lwvinjr  clivimu agninettho  aafd oHlnto are  ��������� LIQUOR AOT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICK in horoby given lhat,  in lho Ihi day of Decombor next,  \ppUeatiou[&vin bn mndo to the  diipO'.ir.ttiwliHit of Provincial Police inr lonowal oi thn hotel iiconco  to obll liquor by retail in tho hotol  Known art lno Malarpiim JloV'l,  rti.unto al Lund, in lho Province of  Uiiti.ili Columbia.  Dutcd tlilH-Sili day  of  October,  1018.  FHK1) THUl.lN  Applicant  .  ADVERTISEMKNT.  , NOTIOK is horeby given thni on  Action hsifi Imen riused afliiiiiat tlio  Prudenlinl ' A-tummce Oompnny  Liuiitpd, 71 R'enftoUl Sired., GUts-  gow, for pi.iymoiit of the eunr of  ������131, bwnR iho jirooeodrt of lho  Policy No. 4578-10 with said Coin  puny 011 the I/fo,of John .J tic):, 07  LanglnudH Road, Govan, Gla?gow,  andthat tho Sheriff of tlm County  of Lannrk, gjco'land, haB ordered  ndvortifcionietil of notice of Fitid action by interlocutor, au follown: -  GIbpkow, 19th Mcplcmhor, 1918.  Holds lho fund correctly sta'cd in  tlie Petition, and in re������p������il the  Puruuers and KotTiinal Rnipc-rs  have consigned .the (mid in tlm  hiu.dei of tho Clerk of Court ICxon  cm and diMduir^Cit tl'.cm of ell  claiiiifl in tho   aoiion.    Appoints  NO'L'iGE ii herohy given iliat- nt Uto  next nifac-titiff'of tlie lioiird of ijcerfio C> iu  inisftionora of tbe City of t uiiib- r'.aiiii, I  i.teod lo uVpl.v fur a rone<*al nt tlio hut.  el licenso' hoM hy me for Ibo Wayerly  lloU'l.'sitiiHtoiJ ou lot 2, bleu1.: 11, Cunilier  InuilToaaViisito,-  FRANK DALL03  Dnted tliii 29th cl ty ot Oot. 1013.  Notice is ' hereby yivun that ut 'the  next meeting of the Uo.-iril of Litensc  Commissioners I intend to apply fur ;i  reniiwal of the hold licen������u held by tne  for the New England liotel, situated on  block 3, lot ,3, CutnbciUad Tovvnsitc.  i.    JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Oct, 291b, 1913.  NOTICE 1$ hereby given that at the  nexuncetiny, of the Hoard of Uccnsa  Coiniiii'.sion'.'i's of the Ciiy of (.'umber-  hind, 1 intend 'o apply for ;i renew-ill of  the hotel license held by mc for the  "Kinii Georfjc" Hotel, situated on lot y,  block 7, CuinbeilrtiirtTownsiwi.  VICTOK  HCNORA,  Dated this 29m Jay of Oi.l��������� 1913.  NOT[Uli ii) lui'cby . ivon thui. in lho  next lilrflt"'!. o( the Houul i.f Lleimo  Ojiiiuii8Hio-..urH '>f tho Cili of O-W.'t.  IuiiiI, 1 Inland to ftpi ly ur n ri'iiwil ^t tl.o  'vhoh'i.'ulo Ihi if ir'''''llu'' bold l.y \m, ������it������  initftil on lut I'i, UltiuVc 0, (.uniberloul  Tuwiuilo.  JO'IK MAUOCl'WI  LJUUOli t\VA\ .UUU.  Hootloii 42.  Don't   forget   to   place   yonr  Next order for printing with us,  NOTlUil.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way earn of tho Uniou Colliery  Company by any pornon or ]icr-  aona���������tixoept tiiin ctow���������li) alrictly  prohi.tdted. limployotu r.ro Biih-  ioc to di'Miiieiml for allov.'in,", ram-  Uy ordor      j;  W. U COULSON,  General Mnnager.  iVOTICK Im heieby pi von  Uiat.  on tho 1ft duy oi'"December m*>:t,  ii'ioi.y lecjnireii to   nirniflh  En'm*������i applicntinii  wil) he. m,n\>\ to   tin;  inumaiion of iho Aoiion ��������� lo be  mado by Advertisement piibHuhed  onco in a Newepupor eircubtii'nt, in  Cumberliiiu!,. Vancouver Iibland,  UriiiHli Columbia, (Jiinuda. and up-  p.-inls claimanlR In tho fund to  loilfiu Mivlr cluin.3 with the Clerk  of Cotii'l wiiliin one month  from  the dale of niioh iidverliieinent, nnd  UsUv. ili'n 2l������lh d*y ol P.". '.'/13  rcmb the caso lo the udju-Mini'iit  roll of lii'.li November 1 ex I  (Signed)  \V. 0. Boi-'iT .Mo.scia.siK  Aih:hi>, MoMawtin,  A trno copy. B.CI),  In Uirm������ thereof notice ia b"uiby  .',..,,, ,.. ,...,!,I n(.t',o,\ pn<!   "f o<tb\ ii\.  l_-.'h,c;i'U'.,  LOWNDES & RluWVICK  2U Ihithaireo'.Ohrftow, Solicitors for Real Rait-er.  properly verified, to mo on or bo  fori) lho 13t|h dny cf December,  1018, AND all purlieu indebted to  hu d Mate, aro jrqnired to pay the  un.mint of ilioir Jin.U'btoiliio,��������� to  me forthwith.  DaU'i tii 1.4 llth day ol  November, 1013.  W  \Vkbi.rv;\Vit.um>,  Ofll.i.sl AdminiUrator,  Cumb ii:u.d, I'. v  Snpcrinloiiih'iU of I'lovitiei'd Po  ice forroni'wnlof the hold lioei-ee  10 Bollll'iuor by tet*iil in tho lio'el  known a^th'i Willow- Until, i-im-  n.lo alCiunpl ell Itivi-r, in Uio i'fu-  vineo of Hri'ili (luliunlii't,  Daud ll it Kth dny of October.  Ai.  CUAUL1W THTJhrS  Api'lMvmi  NOTICK i 1 h'f.by Hiviu tint ut. tl.e  |ii'>'. iiii'i liii(,'"t t'.irt t'onlil .af l.l" iniM'ote  niiiHH'in rn uf ilie Clly of Cmnlierlnnd, 'w>  iiitm ii I/) 11'i.ly fcr ������ rcM-wd f the hotol lie i:m' he'd i'J' H1' f"r 'h" Vr-titiie  iliti'l, lilui led i,ti lot ."������, I lefiU ^ Ciitnl .���������)������-  liiud Tinn-it.'.  JOSKI'II DAMONTE  ���������NU-J-TJI 'JOi-At CO  iMto-lCe'ob-i' i'.'lli. IO-1.  iS'tiCUJi; iH L lime'*; \ii.i< mi: A lb,*  Iit-xi mc-'liirf <>t th.' r.nn.d nf |,iniiii-������������  Coiuuii-imotuiH of Ib'J City rl '.'juAu*-  Uml, I iituiKHs le.'.ylv'f.'i- n rui'cv..ilcf  thn wliohM-li lii|"������r li'.".'n������* h-Ml/v iii;  mi llnok ID, hit C, OuuiWlurd H.>v._,������ilu.  CUM MUS^A'S'TO.  Dnl'd this SOlli day uf Ci.t., l.lli.  NIM'ICIK it hwcbv kIvmi tint ui tha  urxt meeting of tho Homd 1 f Lieoi^o L'om-  fiiia-iilihiiirti or tha City of i'iv bcrhi'id, I  i.tenil to apply fcr a rouiwiil (f the lid-  el licf'iiH'j hold !>y mc f<������r ih������> (-imib*rJiii><l  It. 1,1   ,,l    .������. il ,.., ln> I1 I InpV it   Ci.'i'.r.  lilllll Tn.V|,bl!u.  William >n:uKii'ii:i-D.  n.it.e.1 t l^'JtlnV cf Oo .. 'AWL  W(*l^<3������fl n.  (h.,,,f   nyi,;..   ,,'f^t y  i'thht')   W,i'iii:w���������������.l(!nlsiiiii"ii!      ..'���������"������  /���������s,Vj_-*������- ������isiior\ii*ii mtiMii,   111 i>*   '*. *v  , *_..'.���������.���������,  *r-.A>>..   (((.I n't  V-l'.'. (.       ������������������ \   l.-  .u- Ik'A.'t'i, M >'"1.1*4. l!*t  1 U'.'-r,-  ,'-  mtiti+iiry, HlXttfi I'r't't- n'U, ifA *iu-*. > ;'-i  tvitorrf.rni.iV'l Hf' *���������'���������> '<} A'~.t.e tu* hft-���������������������������'..  li'iieni;���������rt*'.-'.-It'-rVk  (������������������oniilji.-    ���������������������������������'  w-iili'Mie.   ttilA h:' ������ii' '���������*>'";������J������t* ��������������������������� ���������" '-��������� " )n  v,' ' v,r. run'." i< d Mt'.uiuti* w ^ , HtSS,'*"* _ L ;_r "J".S.-������-i,������  THE NEWS. ���������OtTA-rKTmT.A'NrD.   P   J  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  ������  Prompf KeJief-���������Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS nevet  (ail.   Purely vcget  able���������act surely  hut Gently on  the liver.  Stop alter  dinner  disliMS���������  : cureindi'  geslion���������improve  the complexion���������brighten  the eyes? Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Pi ice.  Genuine inujibcw Signature  MOST ARMIVALS GO WEST  ���������&=*M.^&  uule by (lie modern masters ��������� (.'iirotoli, ('lass,  Hoboi'lin, Cluulwiek ami  .inv_mla.ll ��������� nro among  tlu; musical treasures to bc;  l'miml (IcstTibiMl nnd bennti-  I'ully illustrnteil io om* big  , Musical rhieyetopedia, and  listed at prices i'ar below  ibeir real  values.  Violin Out tits from ������;_.2.>  . lo $115.00; Mandolin Outlits  from $1.10 to lj������150-00; (Jiii-  tar Outfits from $-1,115 to  $05 00; Kanjo Outfits from  SJ.50 to $20.00; Comets and ���������  otI������o_- Hand iiistriimctitH  from $7.25 to $21)0.00, are  but a few of llie items you.  will (ind described in this  bi;. Mimical l.nryrlopcilin,  that, every musician and  every' person thinking of  baying a musical instrument  should lime.  Write us on' a postal card  lo send you "Claxton'a Musical Treasures." and we'll send  it VREF. by return mail.  U'rite Dopt. '-./ to-day.  303 YONGE ST. :  -WAT-ERPROOr-COlsUARS-AND-CUF-ES.  Sometlilni. beiior lhan linen, ������\n<l no  laundry oilis. ��������� Wash it with soap and  Water. All ston-s or direct.- State style  and size. For 25c. we will mail you.  THE   ARUNGTO .    CO.    OF   CANADA,  \ 63  Fraser Aveniin,  Toronto,  Ontario  Limited  Montreal   is  the  Clearing   House   for  , New Citizens  Montreal is to-d.-.y the great clear-  ! ing house for immigrants comins into Canada, aiul.it is tliera that oug  can best stud, the quality ol human  beings who arc being added to tbe  Canadian, nation '., The settlers no  longer come prepiued to light the Indian-and Uio grizzly boar, but Ihey  are desperately ready o go ��������� where  they imagine that they will be cut  off rrom civilization for good and all.  A well-known figure in immigration  circles even tells the slory of oue  old lad}* carefully iiurslug a basket of  chickens, r.nd no fancy breeu at that.  The same, gentleman stated that on  ono occasion he was asUcd by a large  and beefy-looking navvy where the'  iiPi.rest workhouse wiih; Ihe seeker  after wisdom was informed that it  was an institution that did not nourish in this country, whereat, he  M-ratelied his head and exclaimed:  When;' ihe  am I lo put the Missus till I get a job?  Many, too are the enquiries for  the nearest pub. and should it be after  seven o'clock of a Saturday, there are  somo kit ter disappointment a among  lho male passengers, ? Most of the  new arrivals go West, billowing lhe  strange instinct 'llial ��������� has been implanted in Canadians themselves aud  Montreal n i v er heirs ol' thom again  unless it be* when they pass through  the town on thci:- way home after a  prosperous years' work.  What class comes out? A tremendous proportion como from the manufacturing centres, the stoop shoulder-  c-d little cleric, tho pale-faced mechanic  jvii.h his tired little wife and fretful  children. Canada Las room i'or all  these, as well as for the more robust  .country lad, who will help'bring in  those precious harvests of thcaWest.  It is interesting' 'Id look into the  homes of jomo of iiese popie some  little time after thoy havo settled  down, and see how far their-enter-'  prise has  carried  them.  Some of them will have -'.ono little  Letter than they did in tiio Old Country, others will have forged ahead-beyond all expi.tatiohs, according to  their character. Many who. ar*. not  getting the:.j in tho Old L?.i.d blame  it on tho country instead of.themselves,' but' they soon realize their  mistake ahd buckl ' down to' hard  work, in Canad-.. or else go back.  Moro than one man in business for  himself in Montreal, started his career at ilie very ottom as a penniless  immigrant, and it is this type of man  who produces the best citizens, i'or  he, rarely returns lo his own country,  except for a visit.  .WANTED at onco  Tei-sons to work for va  in spare timo at home. Mo experience  i-entili-fid with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Kasv and fascinating  worl;, Ckiocl puv, Nn canvas.'iin-.;. Write  .for Instructions  (free).  COMMERCIAL   ART   STUDIO,  315 CoMeye Street.        -Toronto, Canada  When buying your Piano insist on having an  '"OTTO.   HIGEL"  Piano Action  Any Man  A well-known uulverslt. professor,  Fays Tiio Youth's Companion (Boston)  wlio has boor, takin/;. muc.j interest  iu fho woman's suffrage movement.,  was persuaded to curry a banner in  a parade llm.' was held :.���������*. \'ew York  some mu.illis ago. Ills wif observed  him inarching wlili a dejoc'.ed air ahd  carrying his hannci so Unit il. lung  limply on ils ulnndiul, and Inter she  reproved him for not making a becter  nppcMi-ancD,  Why didn't, you inarch liko somebody, und lot ���������ijophj see your banner? she ..aid,  My dear, meekly ropliod Hie pro-  rpshor, did you ten what was c. tho  h-tiniuT? It I'ciul: Any man can vote,  why can't I?  No More Asthma. I'M*. .1. 11. Koll-  okr's Asthma IU-ui .dy ��������� boiiikIh the  death knoll of this trying trouble, It.  slopH the awful choking mid jitilnftil  breathing. It Kiiiiidi ngiiliiHt night  attacks and t.lvi-n tUH'Wed ability fo  .sloop and rest, lho wliolo olght long.  Much is oliiliiu'f. for Uiis remedy, but  iiotlil;!:; Imt what can ho ibmonHlrated by u llial U you miff or from  jiHilinia try It ami convince > nirself  of Its grout value.  Algy wi'Hoh to ."even glrhi.  It'������ a wonder he doesn't g<.', hln love  Affairs mixed,  Mc lioopn a card hides,  IL��������� Ih dUtroislii.. L> tlilnl; tliat u  niiinhci' of Innocent JkiJ'i'������ of loftny wil]  dovelitp lulu United .Stale* fii'iialor.,,  ���������VI inardrs    Liniment    Ciires~~Dandruff  50c. a box or oixuoxti for $2.CO,  at all dealers, er The Dodds Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  W. N. U, 973  An,,Unexplained Mystery of the Sea  - The most curious' of all soa stories  in. fact, one* oE the most mazing mysteries in history, is thai,of the ship  Mario Celeste, which sailed some  years ago from Boiton to the Mediterranean with thirteen persons on  board, including t..c captain's wife  aud  little  daughter.  Just when the ship was beginning  to be regarded as missing ir. was  found a hundred miles west bf 'llbral-  tar. The sea was as calm as a mill  pond, Every sail '""as set, hut there  was uot a living soul on hoard. It  was found to bo perfectly water tight  and with ample stores. Tho log  'showed that it had mot excellent weather all tho way across.  In thr cabin a half finished meal  was on the tablo. with tho chairs  slightly pushed bade. The captain  had ovidei.tly just knocked the top  oTC a hoileif egg when ho suddenly  left the' room forever,  A nightgown for the .If'i.l*. girl wjis  ou the solving machine, with the  sleeve hall sewn. The crew's nuar-  toi's showed no sign of a. struggle,  cither, onlv ot a departure' so swifl  Unit everybody luul left the ship iu  tlio clothes be slood up in.  Tho problem linn heen 'the talk of  dec]) -sea sailors ever since. Whal  possible situation ov incident could  havo made thoso on board the Marie  Celeste leave if so suddenly? And  how did thoy leave at all? For all  the boats woro jtill on hoard. Tlio  captain's wnich wa*-still licking, just  abovo lils bunk, .so that the 'tragedy  whatever lr wan, '.inist have happened just before l.ho ship was found.  I'ii uy cannot bf������ (he explanation.  for Iho'whip's money box wan ���������found  n.   ho  iintniii'hnd    IIH   WOll  UH  the  Vill"  uablo cargo, jewelry and loose cash,  which wore lying aliout. Thoro was  no starvation. Tliero cannot have  boon any iiiyfilorluii.; IiiIVcUoiih disease, for the nicilU'liio ahoA had been  hardly loiu'hi'd ul all, nosldoH, tho  cabin .allien showed that ail tlio did.  apuoarancoH rniiM. havo boon simultaneous.  The Id on lhat stiino or l.ho crow developed hiiinU'iidiil mania nnd hurled  (lie others overboard and '(lion committed filicide It also out of the (lues-  Hon, for there woro no signs of violence anywhere. The >>bip, too. was  at tight a.-; a barred wh'-n found and  wi'h nn'r a rope nil of piano.  At flrut It wiih I'limoroil that blood  hail boon l'miml on tho ship's* side ami  on the captain's oullas, Hut why  imvono who lined a cullit-;! Rlioiih!  luiiig It up ngitlii neatly on  Its nnll  WIIH llot. OVliliilliMI. Ann M e mint , ���������'������������������  ileut.tj i.itjtt'l Ay '-'h."7 L, bo oA'i  Vil'U.  ^HEN .you buy a "Sask-Alta" Steel  Range you make a permanent  investment The "Sask-Alta" is an efficiT  ent and economical cooker and baker as  well as a very durable range.  .   Have yonr dealer explain it fully, before, buying'. "  "��������� *     ���������      ��������� .    730  ililiiliWM    London    Toronto  .Montreal    Winnipeg    Vancouver  *\  flllillllilillililllll!  St. Mn    Hamilton  rHnitlliiHltHfi������ifUfliflIIHniHfiti������fftHiiHfHi{lffliilHiiHtfllilfnimU  Stew versus Roast  I'm glad 1 married Jim instead  Of John,  though Johnny's got tho  coin  When me and John, went out we fed  Like swells along the Tenderloin.  On chicken,   roast,   chops, 'steak   or  squab,  With frosty bottles on the side,  But eating's now a sort of job  , 1 guess I've kinder lost iny stride.  For poor old Jimmy leads me 'to  A side street paper napkin dump,  ,  Where soupy smells of mutton stew  Remind me I'm an awful chump. -..  We pick our tooth, and Jim'll say:  Old girJ, come en!   You're looking  glum,  Let's float along the Groat White Way  And get some beers.   That's going  some!  And when we'pass the good hotels .  Take it from me, I never stop  Them crispy, roasty, toasty smells  Give me the solar plexus flop.  It's Johnny's world.������I fill my chest  And dream of pocketbooks and him  But say, I bet you never gnessed  I'd rather smell Uio stew with Jim.  AN OPERATION  FOR APPENDICITIS  Was  Ordered    by  His    Doctor, .  BA.  Complete .Cure   Was   Effected   by  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Almost anyone "who .-has- suffered  from appendicitis will assure you  that this trouble developed only "after  months or years of- derangements of  the liver and bowels.  Appendicilis can almost invariably  bo prevented, and very-'frequently  curod, by the use of Dr. Chase's Kid-  1,-ey-Livcr, Pills. In the case described in this letter tho doctors had ordered an operation, but a thorough  cure was brought about by thft great  medicine.'      ,  ���������Mr-s._J '\-.- Balla nty_n., S turgeon  Falls, Ont.. writes;: '"My husband"  was-treated fov appendicitis, and.the  doctors ordered an " operation:' But  he would not consent to an operation  and began the us^ of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. Since doing so  he has had no need of an operation,  or ev a of a. doctor, as the trouble  has completely left him. I cannot  find words to speaL oiir gratitude for  his  cure."       _.  Dr. CUrse.'.'. Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 2_ cents a box, all dealers,-or Edmanscn, Bates A- Co., Limited, Toronto.  AN   HISTORIC   SPOT  Old  Room at C.P.R. Officeb  in  Mon-  ��������� treat t" be Reconstructed  Tho old room at tho Canadian Pacific otlices i: Montreal, In which Sir  William Van Uornc as, successively,  manager and pit Mdent, sat and pored  over the inup of Canada and drew his  plans, and thought "it great undertakings, is being knocked out of all re-  nicinberable shape ot its I'ormc-v self lo  correspond with the gret; scheme of  reconstruction.'  In jjliis room Sir Wiih.im used lo  receive hi.*, visitors, varied as lo Importance and dh.tir. Ion,  1A Tlio groat ones of tho earth have  foregathered in th, old room whicli  has almost, an historic significance  Mon like Sir floury Irving, Ma'thow  Arnold, Lon: Alverstone (it, Sir Richard WebsLr). Lord Iveagh, Prince  Arthur, Ills Uoynl . IghnoKS thn,Duke  of. Con naught and -.winy ptlivrs belong-  Int. to tho old world' hidslocrucles nml  TlluiriiiiaU, have chatted in lho old  room whore Sir William, getting down  .tlio mupa boforo lilm, iKieil to evolve  his policies of oxi'on.'ilon and consolidation���������when ho had' 11 nio to think of  more go.nenil things llian tho puyiti'.  of the wagoH���������Ii) tho cav'.y days.  Somo of the old'.'V olUcUilij, who vo-  monitor tlio room so woll, and tho  man) tlniM l hoy hnve appeared boforo  llie president to iIIm-iiss large llil'iiP*  with lilm, as woll uf lo enjoy fho pro-  shU'iil's epigrams: (when lio had a moment, io Hpiuv for llieni), fool n littlo  Si'iillnu'iiJal regret Hint Its glory hns  departed.  Du* He Caught It  Cii'lw.s���������WlHTt i don't eat oh the  mm., nf tiif> ve--.T\ ( ha ��������������� beer. Introduced lo f ask ,'i It's .spelled witn  an o or an i. It generally worka  loo.  MriKKH���������I used to try that dodge  r.iyKclf uulll I wn* Introduced to a  yoiir.fi lady at u party. When I put  Mio fines!Ion about tlm ; or I ������lu replied indigiiHiitl.*-'. Sir'. ,-.\) ium. ...  Kill.  L'npni'ii (lo I'liii');*', who bun iv-  reived a liovfre l>W>w)���������Jove. Jt'u a  nasty i-uiiaeli! Hut i.oej up; It'., ail  p.irt of the game.  Heroic I'H.pln.'-Vrs, h!r, and I lie  f.rieket v,n% getting a bit slow, uaju't  Theso Pills Cure Rheumatism.���������To  iho mnny who suffer from rheumatism  a trial of Piinnelee's Vegelnblo Pllll  Is recoiniiii'iided. Th.*y havo pro.  iiouuerd nellon i.pon tho liver nnd  kldiioyii and by repulfillng the notion  of tin in; urgn-ji net nn o.n nltonialli'o  In prevent In/; tho ndmK'.iiro of uric  nehl and hlood Unit eausf-s- \\fta prdn*  ful (���������(���������.vinlnv Thev riliisl' bo lilkon Mr  rordlnpr !o diroeiloi's and used stend;  iij'   f.llll    llll-.V     Will    pIKVIUO    hhi-    cli'  douce ot liu'lr ln'iiolle-lul i-ffeels.  lnlfi.Uon  !������ more  (irofltaliln wli^n  cpplji-i) t<> th   ���������������-'���������   'jihi \i> Un ilii-oal.  Girdle Mirror-  In the slxleeiitli eeritury   no    Indy      ,;; -'��������� I ���������'!���������-.A 1m full ili'fi.  i iMM(.>:t; i:li/i  had ii mirror at hor breast. It was  oval in shape, about four by six inch-  or, in bIzo,  The Oldtst Map  The oldest map in exist.ncrs l������ n  \\\nr, of ?nn":i!o In ; Hjvniitliin chiiroli  at Mali.ba, in t'al".ilii,i'. it repro-  M.->nN pa i-f nf tho -ift; Land nnd Is  ],7<)0 .wars old.  A woman with n t-h.'irr.e .voeunt often forfiois licit the tlm nf the moiitli  lias a way of comliif; round.  Tvory rn.iy )��������������� Wefioli^-I by phrln* It  in a RlaSs dJili llllnl with turpoiitino  nud ('XfifUtlnc If fu? iwfi or fhrp. d-iya  to ihe *un!i;;!J  The only building material that has not increased  in price is  Canada p^iand Cement  It makes concrete that you can depend upon lor.wdisfactory results, whether you use it for. * silo  or a garden walk. '  High quality and low price are made ponible by efficient organization and  manufacturinf  economies due to a Urge and growing demand.  See that every bag of cement you buy bews th������ "Canada" lab������l���������it ii your guarantee  of tabifactaoa. 0,',  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  . FTrkeftr afrtt ctpj tftbt bttk '���������' Whet tht Farmer Can D* With Corurelt."  WffttWWPWBB  ENGLISH USS8 LACE  UADE.DY TH* VlLLAGU} IH BL'CfTlMQHAUSHlRE.  No. 100.  PRICE-  .30  ttrruA.  tit  worktrt  hiv������������  beautiful  ColltCtlDK  ilnliltt.  Ties, Frouti  Scti, Vok������s,  -   Stocks,  Pliilrons,  Jit>ot������, Ac,  from '  09,,tout,  inr ttcts wer������ amrtliil Qolil Medal "it  tlio FmUvaI of Kim)!*-* anil IrMrUl  Exhibltlea. Ctyiul Pitac������, Iti I.    ..  STOCK COLLAR. S9 ctntn Halt)  tesv  yiv* o'clock  U'Oyleri,  . At,, anil  ������vr.rylfclnf  tlint c������n lit  m������J������ (n Luc, V������ra Lic������  *ni biMrtloK from  ,10,  .30, .38 up (o ������2.i  v������ tt,   ���������  ItoolilHt eniltleil An  lM������rMil������| )I������im Int...  ht." Illiiitrjilln< over  100 detlcni ol Pillow  L������c������, vM ten to my  bki or world. Tho  l������t������.ji)iik������ri  iro vtry  6lid  ol   iny   onion,  ewevir smMl.  ��������� I)OKI Il������44it4f  riu^w uctt  w,  ������Mn ur oikw.  Mr*. Una  ,  Armstrono,  Oin ty, HucKs  ENGLAND  mtimUtiftrn'mu,!,,  IKST AKO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND OHILB.  Mkm, WiNsr/Ow':f SooTtriNO Syri'i1 lias lieen  Mieil lor oyer SIXTY YlUKHliy M1I.WONS of  MOTHF.UH for their Wlir.OUl'.N WltlW  TltKTlIlNO, Willi VKKl'l'XT KUCCHKB. tt  800THWH tilt CHILD. BOI'TKNS Hip C.UMS.  AM<AY.S nil PAIN i CUlUt.SWINUCOIvlC, nud  it llie beat remedy for lUAKima'.A, It is nil*  lolntc-lv lurmleHa., lie tiiire and a.st-. tor "Mn,  Vrin.slow's Soolhiuts Synip," iuul lake uooU'M  liind. 'SwailytUve ceuU . liotlle.  Why the Burglar laughed  One of.Uio most interesting collections of burglars' tools is tliat possessed by Canon Horsley, rector ot  St. Peter's, Walworth,- England, who  years ago was cliaplr.in at Clorkou:  well 'and Pontonville. A short Urao  ago ho took to a baznar. a big assortment oC skeleton |;oys, jemmies,,crowbars, and a .photograph ol' Charles  Peace, once a member of his congregation. Tho caB.on.is an authority ou  burglaries, and. tells a good, slory o������  a burglar who upiju'to carry pieces of  doctored livo. for silencing clogs. One  night ho entered a house, saw a dog's  staring eyes in the hall, and at onco  produced the liver. The .animal did  not move and on close inspection the  burglar discovered thai; the dog was  stuffed. Hero is a jrkei lie thought and  laughed so uproariously that the members o������ tlu> household awolco and ho  was caught.  Tran3lantlc Record  Mr. ,">. "W, Alexi'Wior, chiol engineer  In tho Whlto Star Co/a service, wlio  hini just retired, crossed thn Atlniitli;  HVi tlinofi. l)i-inii- tlm tlilrly-olglit  nnrt n linll' year., lio Iiuh never missed  n voy.igo. Tho wholo ot lils Boiiturlnj.  carei.T bus been spent in. aiiRoclntlon  with tho White Slur Hoot. It la computed lhat he- Ium traveled .1,000,000  iiiilen tit Hen. Mr, Alexander com-  mcnpfiil .md ciulcd libs Hoafarlng caroor  in vffifK'lH nn mod Oceanic,  Dangerous  Won't you try a, ploco of my wife's  angel ruko? ' w  Will It make un niiKol of ine?  Thut will <lt������pen. on tho kind of  Ufo you luive led.  "Kpvpv mlnu, old nr*i, It'll t������ll enmo  out, rlRlit III llw Ioiir run.  In (ho long run, yon, but I'm only  trained for a sprint.  _.. "A Severe Blow  ' Is lho eilitor-ln-chler in? askod the  visitor as he strolled into tho magazine- office at eight o'clock in tho  ���������norning.  No, sir, answered Iho charwoman,  politely. lies doesn't got .hero ko  ear!y. Is thoro anything I can do for  yon?  Perhaps you  can,   I stipposo-yon  are not connected with the poeLlcal de-j  partmout of tho iniigii'/Inn?.    ..  Ah, yes sir, was tho quick -reply.  Vou are?    And \yhat do you do? ,  I empty the waslopnper bankoto,  sir.  VHB NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nol. M*2. NA  THERAPIONB3k������  peat success, cures chronic we mcness, lost vicot  ft VIU, KIDNliY, BLADDER, DISEASES, BLOOD FOISOM,  riLF.l. EITHER No. DRUGGISTS or UML SI. POST 4 CT������  rOUGKRA CO, SO, BEEKMAN ST.NP.W VORKorLYMAN DROI  TORONTO. WtlTRrOR FREE HOOKTODR. L.K CI.KItS  WKD.CO.IlAVERSTOCKRD.IlAMi-STKAn. LONDON. EKO.  KjtVitBW DRAOEBtTASTELr.SS,' FOKMOF   EASY TO TAH  THERAPION tmSitSmun.  ���������EC THAT TRADE MARKED WORO  'THERAPION' IS OH  ���������kit. aovT.STAur affuko to all cenl-ine packet*,  f   ADI13S WANTKD ��������� DP AR'l'JSTIC.  *-��������� L'onuonlul nefttllaworU it1, homo; nialce  from throo to IH-c Uo...-,rs ppr Ony ������lc������n--  ntlri". (inslilon lo:-s, 'Armour Art Co..  Dept.  B.,..Brcdalbann Bloclc, Wlnnlpoi;.  Minard's Liniment for sals everywhere  Wlillo 1 ravel li rond cnn a nian, ir, in  IKjI   Iii-l-l'nai.lii,"   i.'iii ������>��������� ...  UTa Morse's  Indian Root Pills  exactly meet the. need whicli to often  arhen m every family for n medicine  to open up anil regulate tlm bowels.  Not only ar<?i tlicy effective in all  i-awnrif GmMiiMliuu, l������ut lliey help  frc.uly in brMking up a Cold or La  Jripp* r.y r!:-r������n'ni out *.b*> *'/?������.*������������  nn*J purifying: the liTood. Iti the Kime  way tlicy rclievr or cure Uillnu. o,c������-i,  Indigent ion. SitU I d'adarhry, Illu'iiir..  oti'sm ami otli������r i-ommuti fiiliuenti,  In tin: fulL'a.1 itiuc uf tl.e. v.^i-J.. Dc.  Ithuttc't hiA'xnn Itoot I'iils arc       tr  A Hon ���������soli old   tXmmody  A Soft Anowe,*  Tlmrc Imi't ono man fn a "million  who would bo so mean t< his wlfo  and children a.) you are, remarked tlio  wlfo blito'.'ly.  Now, Umt'n wlm*. 1 admire In you  denr, ventured the huHbniM' Hlowly,  you bavo siiuh a head for flk'iircH.  Gentle Reminder  II wuh mlilnlRlit. Tlio mini hnd entered tlio houso ns Qiilolly iih postilblo.  Hln shoos mndo nomo tiolae. Uo luul  Jiml reached the door of Ilio bedroom  when hn >enrtl somo ono movliiR in  tr i bad as 'A nbou- \o Ret up, nml ho  paused. Tho wound of n wonmu'a  vole*, floot.-d to hia .'iirs.  If you don't i".l:o ysnr bootn off when  yoa como into this Iioiiko, 11, Bivld,  llioro'B roIus '. bo trouble, and a wholo  lui ol il. II. ;c ^'n b^u '"'1'iltiT fnv  ihron hours, nnd ynu daro lo I ramp  over my onrpetn wllh youi muddy  boot* on! Go dowtiHtiilra und take  llieni off this ininmc!  Uo wont JownslulrH ivllhoiit rt word,  hut ho dliln't tnkt off hl������ hontn. In-  o\i:.ui i.������ ..y.h j';-i!s!:'. i"A !-nt" <,'������  night iiRaln, nnd tin* pal who was wait-  Inff for him saw a tear ffllsicn In Ills  oyo.  1 can't rob Unit Iioubp, lio mild, It  remliidrt nio of home.  PATENTS  Potent Your ideas���������No delay, ana  wo will'BolI it for you if tha'-idea has  merit Sciid>ketoh for free report. Information on pato-A'.:- and list . of in-  vontiona wniitod mailed frec.~-J. A.  MACMURTRY & CO., Patent Attorneys,   154  Bay  Street,   Toronto,  Can.  How to Restore Color to a Turquoise  A turquoise which has lost its bluo  nolor and become {.reon may. bo restored by uonUiiiK it in pure alcohol  for two weeks and drying carefully in  saw (luul for a week*. If Uio color  changed again repent  Ar.d you rofuso to marry mc?  I Ao.  It yonr decision irrevocable?  It is, although I am not quito sure'  I utidoriitund tho nicKnln.. . of tho  word, I'll ������eo yoii again next wools  No Unit Semllnt; Him Away  I met your IiimoaikI yesterday. Ho  fju't looldnjj nt all wr-ll Why don't  you urg lilm to go abroad am" try the  hatha somewhere?  Dc-iir 'iii*. it'll almost Iuip.:?i!ble to  C/'t him n������ bftllu nl hmic.  Animal Ages  A Imiiimj iivci twenty i:;vn yru--;  hut hoth  lior-. itiol camel attain tho  uru :' foriy.  Breakfast  Sunshine  Post  Toasties  and crcairt'  Tlierc's a delicious smack  in these crisp, nppctizing bits  of tousted corn tlinf brings  briglitncss and good cheer to  many a������d rrianj^'a fcreahfa'ct  tabic.  Toastico arc untouched by  hand in making; nnd come  jn tightly bertteu prtikiiges---  clcan and swcct-������-rcady to  cat with cream nnd sugar.  Wholesome  Nourishing  Easy to Serve  Sold by Crrtrr-n, everywhere  Can. ' npariy,  \ >���������  0>  ���������A    .   *.  (THE NEWS, CUlMBEIiLAND. B.  a  Why aoesu't sho tako ..  ,,  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Theystop a headache promptly; yet do nol contain any of  ,      N.-nON.l. ORUO AND CHt������.C*L cc. or C*H*0*.  Ll������.T������? 12a  CORDED A  CROCODILE  A  ^  Life is Uncertain  of   a   wooden   tub  ���������the   life  or   pail. -  r     Save time-temper-dollara-by usimr  utensils that seem to never wear out  Made of  Eddy's Fibreware  Ask Your Dealer J*  Just as good at  Eddy's Matches  Ji  FREE:   ....,_  ?������������!T. rarkot Lelter.and Sample Grain Bags  bond us your, namo .and address and we .'will  ���������  Put you on our mailing: list���������'t'3 freo    int ,,������  keep you posted'on market .prices forgrain A US  ears     Zur^l W������n S'W* SOllinsr Q!ld en-llxis iot all  CENIRAL*GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED  * COMMISSION MERCHANTS  7C,6aGRAIN EXCHANGE     -    WINNIPEG, MAN  Paid-up Capita!,"*.50,000.  References,"   any     Bank  Commercial Agency.  or  nlr  'MoSeyTis easier  date for present year amount to $17,000,000.   Winnipeg hns n SrKtuw  ana millions of profit will be made by present day Investors     Thl<- ?������. vniir oi  portunity.   -Think of what you  may do now,  and not lk"_r    on     Think    of  what yon might    havo - done.    Get onr   took   on   profits    in 'lieii   pi,!  KINLOCK PLACE Lots $200 each. $10 cash and 510 per month. Torrens^Tltle."  SCOTT, HILL & CO.,  Canada    Life -, Building,  Winnipeg,   -   Man.   Agents   wanted.  Advise  us what you  have  in   land  or Heal Estate for sale or exchange.  MAIL   THE   COUPON .TO-DAY    -  With   no'  obligation   on   niv   part .  Please   send   me   plan   and   all   particulars of Klnlock Place.  Name  Address  Turning a Greedy Water Devil into\a  Trussed up Mummy  It is known 'that a crocodile will  sometimes leave a river stocked witli  food,. explore for miles an. unsuitable  tributary, then wander inland until it  finds a pool.; ,    ��������� , .  In this way three crocodiles oiice  found their way to Tnipi'ng lake, in the  Malay peiiiusula. So long as they,confined their attention to tho fish and  an occassional 'duck no one objected to  their' presence, but vlioii" one of them  .began to tako sheep off tha bank as  they came* down; to drink it; was felt  that tlie saurlans ought to be exterminated, and an Englishman and liis  sewn nt mado tho attempt.      ���������      a  Obtaining  a  dugout,  they "paddled  into' deep water.   The servant was already "barefoot, and the Englishman  himself took off shoes and stockings  so tint his bare feet might have as  pood a hold as possible on the smooth  bottom of the canoe.     A bait was attached to a heavy rallaii, aud soon a  tug and a plunge indicated that the  crocodile  wa; fast to ono end. . Im-  nicdir.lely lhe canoe began to move  through the write.-.    After a protracted struggle the Englishman managed  tc got thoucrocodilo within a few yards  of tho cauoe.     At one moment the  open jaws would surge out c  the broken water and snap together iu unpleasant, proximity to tlie men's legs;  lhe  next, moment the   .i.avy   tail   would  swing free of Llie ���������aler and will*, the  weight of a.falling pole .would hit the  side of. the canoe a blow tha-. made it  shiver. ,  As the crocodile surged eiose to the  canoe and the open inoutli appeared  above ihe water iho servant slipped  a noose of stout;cord over tho upper  jaw and pulled it.tight some six inches behind the poinv of its nostrils?  Thon with a quick turn of his wrist  ho slipped tlie slack of the cord round  under the lower jaw.   He  drew  the  FIGHTING BUSH  FIRES  It  THIS  home;  that  ANYONE.  can use  ^The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth,  CI*in.Slmplf,NoCh������ncenfMI_UkM. Tay  (It! ' J-?"' '������r,I"e J-olor Cird anil llooklet.  ��������� Tin Joliuioii.McJiirdion Co, Umlted.Vtlontrt.l  Southern Hospitality  I had been driving all day in a.remote part of southern Georgia and at  nightfall stopped at, a "cabin occupied  by one man. Ho was very rdial and  asked mo io spend the night with him.  When we sat down to supper I was  somewliut clisturbe.-* to observe that  the meal consisted of a single largo  dish of potatoes. " Without apology the  man,-with a wave of his hand toward  the dish, said i- a loud; hearty voice:  is (.ran ger, lako one. .  . He paused n moment and continued.  111 a still louder tone:  Stranger, tako two! '  ��������� 'Another pause, and then oven louder  and more earnestly:  Stranger, Luke mighty near all or  them.'  cord .light and the teeth of each jaw  pressed home inlo the socketscof the  other. The servant now grasped tlie  point of the long, narrow head with  cue hand-and. with the other rapidly  'willrid the cord round the clinched  mouth. ���������  Another nooso was sli.oped over a  foi\,log. It.pulled lhe log up to .the  animal's side. , Tlio' servant slipped  the Lue over tlio' creature's back and  caught up the otlie fore leg. Then  he noosed and tied together the. hind  legs.    '-"'  The effect lie had echiovet1. was wonderful, iii a few minutes he had  transformed a ravening water devil into'a trussed up, mummy, and his only  weapon had been three pieces of box  cord. ' 1  Tinrbeast,was afTerwannospatched  and llie'so1 vant received Uie government reward.   ��������� '    ���������  CLARK'S  ������V<r  7*1  SOUPS  C  {  >J  /  Houp problem* tolvcd,  Clark doc* llie worry.  Itijt mul tlie work���������  and atiurei nalUUo  . Hot. ������������������  Order an _������oituictit, -  A  ���������WCIOf-K,  2gf_pF^.  JlATCAU  V  '"ICIHtMTH  Ship  your Furs and Hides to  B. LEVINSON,  281-283 Alexander Ave., Winnipeg  W>iu������ for Prlco List nm. Shipping  Tiiiis  r  Minard's Unlmcnto Cures Burns, Etc.  ���������     A Buurget Talc  The following siory ts tolrt hy tho  Malm, ya.vs tlio Obsorver.���������A lunatic  was being questioned hv a doctor  Tell me, my friend, asked tlio medical mail, did they tront you well' in  the Stale Infirmary?  Thanks, .doctor, not bndlv, How'  did .hey treat you"  And what intorosleil you chief]v  down there?  Oh, certainly tho frei|iiont visits or  nn old chap who camo and mil down  in my cell, put 011 IiIh eyeglass, and  asked 1110 the most idiotic questions,  Ever :lilng I roplh ii0 wrote down  in a little notebook OC coiiv.io Uio  poor fel,low was mad,  Thi) vlsito.  wiih M. Paul liourgol,  The OII for the Athlete.���������In nibbing down, lho thiol:,, can find nothing finer than I);. Tlioiiinu' ICelnclrio  Oil. It. remit rn tlio iiiuhcI.r r*jt sinews jillnblo, lakes tlio soronesH out  of Ihem nnd HLroiiRt'Tiis tliem for  BlrnniH that may lio put upon tliein.  It Blimils prc-oinlmiiit. for ihi. pur.  |)o..o, nnd ntlilolos who I'or yenrs  hnve boon using It can doatlfy to itu  value :i������ it luhi'lcant.  STANLEY LIOHTFOOT  WIN T BOUCITOft ANU ATTORNcy  rOlr6NTO.  What They Do ������'lth Wood In Germany J  In thrmany,   buji    tlio   Scientific  / Jiif-rlenn, wood Is.'     expennlvo to bo������  liiirnod, nnd It In, mndo Into artificial'  filll: worth  |2 a "pound and brlhtl.*  wort!  $1 n poling Into paper, yarn,  lwlrii\ nirpr-t, ftanvn-i nn<| eloih. FWia  flnwdiist parquetry floorlnf; I.s mado.  The matorliilH for this may ho bought  by the pound and Men mhwl so that  tlio ltoiiuelioldrr .nu Iny his cwn hardwood floors according to hi, IniUvldiial  hiito anil Insenuity.  Increase of Mllltla  The mllltla Is '.iccomlrn: more popular in Canadii, Flinirru coinplled in  tlio Dopartmont or Mllltlu nnd Dorenco  diow that t.hi������ (,Hliiu,,f<hm<:nt or the  nclli'f mllltln. loTlay Klnnds nt approx-  Iniuloly 7.1,900 ofllcorH und men, nn  increase ot 8,000 in n yoor,  HHWM        I ������������������!��������� Ull    !���������!   ILI     *  Juvenile Theory  tiuiuluy School Tenclioi'���������Wiint nro  tiiiis, liurold?  Sumll Harold���������Parents.  Sunday Scliool Teacher���������Why, how  do you mnko that ont?  Smnll MnrnM���������Wan Mi, ���������;.j ]t ^;;  snys: Ho sum your hIiis will find you  out, nnd that's what parents uro nlwnys ilolni'.  DOCTORS CONDEMN  OILYLINIMENTS  Public are Warned    Against    Strong  Smelling. Oily Liniments Containing Harmful Acids andAmonia  Many pcopb Jjavo clung'to the oid-  lasliioiicd idea that a thick, greasy  liniment .is tho best kind. Doctors  say. not���������and thoy J-znow.  Recently a number of' these wliito,  oily .liniments ere "analyzed and tlicy  wore fouiiti (b contain an enormously  high percentage of harmful'acids, aud  such 'iri'ilai:*]_ chemicals as amonlii,  otc. For the moment tln.y may cause  a warm sensation wheu lh>s:. applied,  but tlieir, continued'use novcr. cures  rheumatism, mid only deteriorates the  skin, sets up infiam -".ion, and  onuses endless  trouble.  When the doctor warns you to quit  using n wlillo, oily liniment���������do so.  Ilo knows tlint, a thick liniment can't  pouotrntc, cim'l, sink through the  pores nnd reach fho seat oC tiio pain.  Wlien asked Tils opinion a fow days  ago, an lmporlnnt physician slated  that he considered a strong, penetrating pnin-siibiliilng liniment, such ns  "Nerviline," lo bo superior to any of  the white ainmor.ii. liniment In his  twcrity-llvo yoars tf practice ho luul  witnessed cases of rheimiutlsm, sciatica, and lumbago thai, simply would  not respond lo ordinary treatment���������  but Nervlllni.' cured Uiem. Tho same  physician also spoke of Ilio groat nd-  vanliui-'H of koppinpt a lii'op,- -atlon liko  Norvllino in the house, becnuso of  cramps, dlnrrloon, stomach disorders,  oiiriicho. toolhiiche, li(������iulr.olie, and  such minor nllmoiiU. Norvllino Is a  fli'St-class euro. Thoro i.-i Hcnrcrly  1111 ache or n pain, Iiilornnl or external, Hint; Norvllino won't, cure, In  thoiisnnilH of homes no othor pnln-i'o-  Moving niodlcl'..o Is used. Fifty years'  conllniicd fiiioceim ml "Uio endorsement of Ihn prnfi'Hiilon are proof: Unit  Nnrvlllii' lu iho llulintnt for tho  homo. ^  Sncred  Suffriwno {Just, home after streu-  iioiiH duy and expecting importniil cor-  rcHpoiiflcuco���������Hnvo any letters conic  for mo?  UiiiiBliler���������Vos, mpther, hut. I lore  iiioiii ii|i for n doll's paper chime,  SuttmRctu���������Toro ihem up? 1 never heard oC such behaviour,    Ilnvon'l.  i   UllL-ll   tiibl   )\lll   llllll.   Jl'Ul-Irt   UIV   Dill'-  veil 111111!;''.'  Miss Uftdliud���������V)o you think he will  love me when I nm old?  Miss Palisade���������Thoro's onn consolation,   Vou will poon know.  is Becoming an Important Part of;  ^Canada's Work  When the lirst immigrai.ts landed  on the shores or Canada tiie wild forest seemed to tliem infinite. They  made small clearings for themselves,  these clearings grew as civilization  advanced, until the once thicklv  wooded country was transformed into cities, towns and fertile ' farm  lands. ��������� : ...  0 The clearing of 'the  land  brought  out all the grit that was in'our forefathers, .though .these pioneer agriculturists, no doubt, looked with chagrin  upon  tho  huge task  which con-,'  frontednliem.   It is , n'oi.   surprisingi  that the one object was to rid them-!  selves of the"troublesome forest, even!  by unnecessary mutilation, and great''  .tracts of country were swept by lire,  in consequence, yet they never dreamed that there might come a day when  tlie Pineries of Canada would vanish  ns the buffalo has done in tho west.  Xoi* did the 'aborigines    themselves  ever    expect   their   great     hunting  grounds to be finite.   This is proven  by the fact that the while man was  allowed to so'.tle on land which, unknown to him,- was divided into distinct sections, each owned by an Indian  family.   The red man    was,    no  doubt,  perplexed by the audacity  or  the  trespassers,  and in many cases  allowed him  lo remi.in ou  his  land  unmolested.  As the-time passed the lumber  companies commenced work in this  wonderful new country, aud the:; the  farmer found^the pine on his farm lo  be his best crop, In the winter he  would fell the mighty trees, and, in  the spring tiio. smaller vegetation  could be burned' over and cleared  with ease. ��������� The destruction of the  forest ceased and the number of fires  greatly diminisilied.  The forest was the first Miing given. ,to tlie pioneer, and about the last  to bc properly protected. During the  past century the pine has been practically destroyed in the region between Toronto and North Kay. Today the Canadian Government is  strongly impressed by the need of  forest preservation, and is endeavoring (0 check , any, dissipation of the  remaining timbei. Further north, toward' the Hudson Bay region, the pine  becomes poorer than that which grow  in Northern' Ontario.  It is hero, therefore' that large sections have become forest reserves.  Means must be taken to.guard thes?  reserves, against lire. ^ For this purpose the Government, sends- lire-rangers to patrol the mysleri ns depths  of the forest during the months'of the  year when tho .-jiiow is gont. and fires  mav occur. .-A. chief firc-rang'er'has  charge of each' reserve, ? which may  cover a very Large area and may bo  divided into several sections, each'  having a sub-cliief, located at h'ead-  (������������������jarbors, to which place ihe fire-  rangers, scattered on tlieir- various  boats, report at specified dates/ and  tender an account of their daily woric,  wliich is forwarded to their chief. ���������  The* most frequent causo of fire is  man. Civilization brings with it forest fires, although there havo been  found traces of a colossal lire which  swept over norther:. Ontario about a  century'hoforo the advent of man iuto that region. Tho reflection o_ the  sim on :\ smooth���������. pieco of quartz, fo-  cussed on a dry hcugh, and lightning  striking a dead stump arc two natural .causes of tiro', Yet manjs respon-  i.'.'.ilo. for tlio.grente- part ol'Torest devastation. The railway locomotive  wliich dashee through tho heart or  tlio rorosl. is probably the most alarming ciauso of fire, :.i spilo of its protective appliawma. Tho Arc-rangers  patrol tho trnolis' and ciuen'oh the  small beginnings of whnt would otherwise prove large fires. ''  The prospectors, who nilgi't bo call-  .euAtlic pioneers ot nortlierr. Ontario,  liavo started many a fli" ii* order to  holp in Ihoir c|iio,sl for mliuvals. This  body of mon claim that lho Government ls too hard upon lt, und makes  thai: an excuse for such outrage. Tho  groat Porcupine llro of :i!).l.l, which  caused so much loss of liro nnd proporty, is Haiti to havo boon kindled  by,, prospector:;. The ninny tourists  who ennoe through Ilio grand roresrs  are also a menace,lo the fortnls which  thoy admire. A discarded cigar butt  thrown carelessly into n dry underbrush ami neglect InK to properly e.\-  tiiiRulrih a i-iiiup fk'o are not uncommon cans1 e.". of rorosl flres. Kncli not  or carelessness may cause enormous  fires which no human menus could  quench,  CWEDlifflUND DAY  Gives a Quick,  Brilliant Polish  That Lasts.  if*  No Turpentine  Easier to Use  Better for  the Shoes  FOR SALES THAT PLEASE  SHIP  YOUR  GRAIN  TO  Canada Atlantic Grain Co..-Limited  r������mGcA,f  COMM|SSION   MERCHANTS  , , ,       Grain   Exchange       -       .   ,   wirinlDen    m->������  Licensed���������Bonded - .   '       Winnipeg,   man.  stabllshed   1910  FARMERS  i^RL^nclT^^^ P/lc������>    WHEAT.    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Winnipeg. - ort " lllifl,n-    ^Noufy I'otor Jansen  Liberal Advances' Pr0mPt Returns n,.f ���������     ,  Best Grafts  Mrs, Ai|i.'luro OullloIlP, UL nnmo,  Que., H.iy.s: "My llltlo lir.y cvleft nli.liI.  nml duy froir ������tomach Irmililo nnd  iigUiIiik hoc ii it'll to help lilm till I K'il,  11 Imx of Ihiby'ii Own Tnblf-lK. Tlioy  mum iiiiult.' liim iv el I und lin'.-py iiRiilii,  1 Imvo also round llioir. vnlunblo id  tcotliliiK Unin." TliniiHimil' of ollior  motliWri luivi' Ilio Biuiio pr .Iho lo otter nnt only for slomncli tmiiblo and  Iccthlni. Iroublua but. rm* nil Ilio mln-  (, Ills of II11 lo ciiOK. Tho TnblolH  nro sold by ruoill.lnc donloiv or by  inall at 2H ponlfi a bov fror* Tlio Dr.  Williams' Meilklno Co,, Mroclivlllo,  Out.  Lit tis send you tur  hook "Tht evolution  tftht Coohlove"���������  ������th Inttrettiug  history o/cooilHt,  -Itahothrsarhur,  ilviplt dfscrifiUoii  fifth* Dominion  Pride Ha*gf���������nno'  fileteltt every detail,  Rtadint thft bath is  Iih examining tht  range ilielf,  Sendforacofiy,  Coupon  rsararow  Save 30%  on your New Range  That's about $20.00 isn't it? And you can  save it by ordering direct from the factory (the  biggest malleable range plant in Canada.)  Dominion Pride Range is the mnpre you would  choose at any price-a beautiful steel ranp,e with  unbreakable doon, castings and lids of malleable  !r0M~".a ran8!? l"ar 3aves co������l���������a range so solidly  built that with care it will last a lifetime.  And you can secure a Dominion . ..uw  rtiaking a small payment with your order  anco on terms lo suit your convenience.  'ride Range bv  the hai.  Dominion Pride  Range  A lion Is a versatile creature. After  lier luy bIio cbtiuts Ikt Iny  The Naturt of the Creature  Your conic���������  Ob, hIio Is so o.nro'iott llmt I dmi'f  bfllr-vo nlio could drop u renmrk without broaklnc lior word.  rUhormftn-'IIero comes another  dono ������sb 'Jam Tho rlvor's full or  tlioTri,   Wlu.t'u tbo mennl-B of It?  Val���������Sburo, I cannot tell nt nil, nt  MS, tor', onltp.s Wn thi; terrible fut  nntl inoutli (IIbo.iso.  Their Romance  Wat your levo nffiilr iMiiianUnT  Ob,  very!    I  inoi,  UorIikIiI nt  Ilio  spiiHlioro.     Wo both pretenda! to bo  very rich.  Yoh, yet. "  And now il turiirt out llial lio rol-  b.-f'tH llu- pfiymciitH on our plan .  Tso Shnflow   .  Wlmt. nilrf him?  A ro!l(-(.o (ducatlon.  Trylnr, to put a (jUiii'L of knowledge  Inlo a pint hu'iiaiiro, 1 prt'iiunie.  Why did you Insist on luivliiK your  wlfo Join  lhe SiiffrflfiuUci  vlub?  Uccniitio, i*o|������lled Mr. Mcokton grimly, I wan: lo too lb;it SiiffraKo'.lo  club r.el nil tho trouble tout's com-  Ins," lo It.  PoF.HlmIsm In nnollicr nan.  con lion,  for Jnill-  Mothor Orav(;.' Worm Kxljrrnlnalor  will ililif worms from the .svmnu  without Injury to th*. rdilld, hnt-aiiso  H������ nctlons, whllo fully rffcctlve, Is  mild.  Much of thoVlRinnl io he, obaorvcil  about uh rtoumi't hIuiw iu:niv n!'_ns or  JorlslnaUty  Try Murine  Eye Remedy  If you liavo lied, Weak, Wnkry Kyc������  or GranulAteil Uyellda. Doo-n't Smart  --Sooihw KyC pain. DniRRUu iJell  Mur ue Kye lUmedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c,  Murine hyo Salve in Aseptic Tubea,  2-ifl. 50c,    Kye Hooks Free l.y'Mail,  Ma Wrm Unle t������*t t*r All f if������������ Ui������t IU.4 Cm*  wurlnit t,y* Kama At C*��������� Cblcagt  W. U. U. 973  1  Thousands upon thousands  of Canadians have sent lo us  direct for their ranees,  and we have yet to hear -������*l,^>  a complaint, Our unconditional  guarantee  goes with every range,  Canada Malleable & Steel  R?ns������ M'Anufact'jrir.r Co,,  LIMITED  OSHAWA.  Send a frea copy of your book  "Tlio Evolution of the Cookatove."  NAUB-  ADDRESS-  All i wei:  Your lotior camo, oind yoi boughl  :i t������;tm .if korni1!'. flltdii i.i o'.v.!;. Hb<-  biui flimlinrin, nnd i-ho will dlo, :  Ihlnk. f'l.-irn *l|i*fl ihln f-v<, yn.\������ hnd  It loo. Wo arc* tjimrniillni'd. l-'lvu  cf I'I. hor'ji fnml y havo got it. My  wlfo I., jiirli. Shf- hain't f;ot It, If  UliM   UlltlR   ROljl   worsso   wo   mny   llllVfl  to Rot n doctor.   Them trix-.i arc bud  din . zovft.     Kii-iyiultiR O.K.  A Safe Prediction  Woll, what I., yiiir opinion of the  |iulli|i-itl ou'loou iiuw !  My opinion of II In UitiAlhore Is fiO������  In;; to be a. lot of iir.c',_������;. t.vil. li.'ft.rn  uii/boily Ih oU-ctcd iuul lh;< (hu iiiuii  who In ohoMon will not hiutocU in  HttiisfyliiE fvorjbo'ly who .'uti-s for  him.  Chimneys ���������>  niilmiii'ii   bct'tiinc a |t,irl  t.i  count riK'tlon nt curly a������ r.������3������j.  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'  TAKK NOTICE tliat by owlt-vig
oi    His     Honor   Judgo    Barker,; fe
mado tho otli ��ay   of   ^oviMnbcrJ^;
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lo uio.oii or   bi.'i'oro  lho  U5lh day
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ties iii'l-jbU'tl' to   .���;:!id   e.slatl*,   are
reqtiiiTi.1 to   pny    tlio   amount   of
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Dated this  11Lli day oi; Novem-i^'
Ilii*",      1013, ��� ji'
"\V. ^iVksi-Kv Wn.r.AiM),
Ofiieial Administrator,
���Aumbo'land, B. C.
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IN TJ1K 11ATTKR OF Dan ioi
j\lniT.'iu dcivaspil. intestate,  who
died a*   Cumberland, \>, C-   on
June 2C.t.li 1DIB.
IN THE MATTEli of tho  '-Oiri- \l\
���oial Administi-atoi's Act.*'
TAKK .NOTICE that hy order of His Honor Judge Barker,
made the 5th day of Novoinhor,
19IS, I was appointed Administrator of the Estate of the above-
mentioned deceased, mid all parties haying- claima -against the
said estate are, hereby required to
furnish wini'.i. -propi-ndy verified,
. S to me on or before the iBih of De-
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indebted to fiHtii   estate,   are   re- Sp
quired to pay the  ameunt of their
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Dated !-h;,s  llth duy of Novciu-
>er,  1913.
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ta'U'^who dif'd ih: Capo Ceinmer-
oil, K'.ip',,-'l Div.lHct, on January
26, 15)13.
AND   -
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$ ���������/'���������-  ft  K'.'l  '���������"I  , -"/���������/  [J.V  -: ' ���������' .   -, *     " -"  '   A '' '.   Y.    ;'\-      -a '*���������*'* 7'  -, - -- .    > . ,  fTHE NEWS/CIBIBERL'ANI). B, C  -v.-...t-.i.vr  1***M**to^****iM+4,****t*>  ilWHAT PAULINE*  LEARNED  She Was an Apt Pupil  By  CLARISSA  MACKIE  i,  t>  ���������������  <���������  o  ��������� ���������  I I  II  I.  II  ���������-  Waving aside an obsequious attendant Paulino Fenn passed between rows  *f glass, inclosed desks to her father's  private office. Sho tapped before opening lho heavy door and found hini sitting In grave meditation before a wood  flro on tho hearth.  ���������    ' .  Ho turned his head as Uis youugost  (daughter entered andsat down lu the  vpposilo chair.  "I've done it at last, fnthcr," she said,  rather "brcatblosfsly.  "Done what?" ho asked in a startled  tone.  "llro ken iny engagement lo Roger."  - "My doarl"   He jumped up and pac-  ������*d tho floor thoughtfully, now and thon  HE VOWBD   nEVESOE  WHEN  SHE  BHOUM)  "BECOME UIS COUNTESS.     .  his . keen  eyes searching  her young  faco.   "Are you wise?"; -,  "It is best" .  "I thought you wore fond ot Roger���������  loved him, -in fact,"   ���������     ��������� \ ���������  "I���������I did."   Sho was speaking, nervously now. . "But you know.ho is in  no position to marry uow; tho doctor  has ordered lilm to go west and llvo In  tho open for flvo yea rs,'otherwise he  predicts a total nervous breakdown. , I  hud a note'from him tills morning.���������Ho  has sold his seat on the exchange and  is going to buy n ninch in Montana.  Ho wanted rj)o. to marry him at. onco  uiui go with him."  "And you hnvo seen lilm?"  "I went���������to his ofllco.    I told him  whnt you aald���������thnt if lio must give np  business, wjiy, ypu  would.back lilm  with money to any extent nnd when  we wore married wo could llvo In the  Giimo stylo to which I am accustomed.  I could go with tho sumo peoplo and  enjoy the sumo aniusoineiito of my set  I simply couldn't glvo'up nil those  things nnd sort of grub along, now,  could I, father?"  1'to frowned thoughtfully. ,  "1 thought you could, roily- but It  nonius I nm mistaken.    Roger Dnlo  wont inlo ..Willi street when ho was  nineteen.    For fifteen yenrs 'lio hns  worked llko a stonm. engine, but the  onglno hns Icon overworked; it In a  fine ploco of mechanism, iind If lt continues to work without rest nnd repnli.  why, It wlll go Bunp nomo duy and ono  of tlio clcnnost nnd fiqnnrcst men 1  know will spend tho remainder of hln.  ilays in tlio mndhouso."  "Fiilbcrl"    ' "  "Ahl Thnt Is tho -plnln truth'. I Iind  Rogor horo yostorday nnd offered to  do anything for lilm Hint money hud  friendship cnn do; ho wnn engaged to  my daughter and I wanted to help lilm  for Unit ronson, ns. well iih bocmiso I  ndmlro Ills pluck. Ilo rofused poliit  blank to ncccpt any help. Snid tlio  wnlo of hh oxolinngo sent would get  him up on n pitying sheep much In  tlio wost, arid lic'nlflo, declared Hint ho  hnd nn old" fORhtoncA Tiiollon thut ho  wanted to provido n homo for lils wlfo  with his own linnda,"  PnulIno wiih sllont for a moment.  Iler cheeks woro burning now.  "Rut mothor would bo brokon lionrt-  ed if 1 iiiiirned Kogor jioiv (ind w.cnt  ou to a liiiicb, 11 In u lU'lAlilvh life ul  (ho host, nnd I \ypuldJiorHlHjt,aut,of.  lho society of rn/frlOulB, nnd' tlfe other girls would,.bo ao inorllflod. ..ij'ju-y:  Imvo   married'' ko' \voJI,' you'  ir,no'\y.  ��������� r    H   ,..!,>     -Ill     i������i������v    ."''��������� i-V* -*'���������'���������  MiJif.)     Ua.������*.������    ^*������^*    u.t<lJkW'<-    *'*    "'J      *-H  ungoroen^, to, Hogor," -sho c*plal/ip.l  Jnirrlodly.  "Ko, alio did not npprovo of ll," ho  wturnod coldly "Your mother nnd I  began lifo humbly; your mother worked in n mllllnory Htoro nnd never hnd  a pair of kid glovcn until Bho wnn married.   Now murium tpnri'iori.llireo of  princess quite enough glory for one  plain American family to acquire and  I quite all I can afford," he added grimly.  I "I thought you'd be."rather glad,"  said Paulino uneasily as she arose to  go. ' "Under, the circumstances, I .wonder if you care if I go abroad with  Helen." -. ,      _. .     \  "��������� "Just as'you please, roily,"'licTsaid'  sadlyi . "All I live for is to mako you  happy." ��������� ������  When lie was lilouc John. Fein drow  his chair to the hearth and gazed long  into tho fire of apple.tree wood. A  close observer might-have noticed that  something very liko* tears glittered in  his fine blue eyes. ... .- . , : ���������  * ��������� , * *'.''*? ���������, ������������������ - ��������� *  Six months afterward' Pauline Fenn,  stood on.the steamer at Southampton  and watched :tho passengers coming  aboard for. the homeward voyage.. Ilec ,  lovely face was a , trifle thinner and  thero was an air' of rcstlessuess about  tier that disconcerted the dark lltUe  monkey-like man who stood at her elbow, chattering.  "Mademoiselle, ah, yes, tees a gay  scene���������like Cherbourg���������but England  ees what you call tame, dend!" .  "Do yoii think so, couul?" murmured  Paulino indifferently.  "Hal" There Is no country like  France, no city like Paris!"   -,    ,  "You havo never seen America or  Now York,", said Pauline over her  shoulder.  "I go the happiest of men now to  interview mademoiselle's papa," grinned the'count delightedly, for It waa  quite truo. that Pauline's sister, the  Countess do Laon, had arranged a  match between her beautiful sister and  a money hunting little patrician, Count  Servan Lagres. Helen was accompanying'hei* sister to Mew York, and  Lag'res liad taken passago on the samo  steamer. ���������  Sho tried not to regret the stop she  hadtnkeffiu breaking her engagement,  but every hour of her stay abroad had  been spent to tho accompaniment of.  buruiiig remorse and useless regret;'  She liad "not given hei* promise to T<a-  gres. ��������� She had not even' encouraged  him, but Helen was pushing tho affair  in her high handed way, and Pauline  was meekly being led..' She blushed  when sho thought of.,what her father.-  would say when ho saw this fourth  'foreigner presented.as a possible son-  in-law. -,  "Mademoiselle is weary. Come and'  sit down and I will send a cup of tea,"  twittered the count at her elbow.  "Please go away!" cried* Pauline  crossly.     ��������� ' *  " Paulino moved slowly along the rail  until she could look down upon a little  group of-second cabin passengers.  -'  Two wero separated from the others,  a pale, anaemic looking man and a lit-  _Me_pjiii__and_w.hile_i'oIjApoly_woman,_  The   woman   was? speaking- despairingly-    '" - \a   ' ���������  "George, I don't know 'ow it 'nppen-  ed; I 'iid. the purse sewed tight in ray  "skirt and now it's gone, every shlllin'  that-l'vo scraped and saved'for thla  goln'i" Her voice broke suddenly and  .the mail's thin hand gripped her shoulder. .-. ':'.  "Cheer up, Sally, old girl; innybe Joe  'II 'elp us out; 'e promised to meet us,  yoii know." ' y  One day during the voyago/Timllne  found tliem out and heard their story.  It wiis n simple (inc. They 'liad been  engaged for many years. Georgo Mars-  tbn" was?butler* aiid'"Sally was. upper  housemaid In tho samVnobloTfnmlly.  George's health lnid deserted 111 in, and  n brother in Canada Iind offered him  land on which tb build-a horjie nnd  plenty of work If ho would como to the  northwest ������������������;,  i When Paulino left tliem tlicy were  riotously hnppy. Her generous pock-  ctbook hud replaced Uio contents of  Sally's wallet, nnd thoy wero to,repay  her when thoy could. .Thoy wero Independent.  Tho remainder of tho voyage; Pauline  went nbout wltb shining eyes.' Helen  could not niiderslnud tho now mood,  and.the count broko through lils conventionality and proposed outright nnd  wns refused. i-. >.^  Ho proposed ngntn nnd wns refused,  mul jot ngnln with .kindly but hionpto:  ���������'..v:.i"'.' _....j.n7._ ������������������  it.,....' it.... ......,i,'���������.i  MYSTERY  FLAGS.  Trophifc* That Are Souvenirs of Long  Forgotten Battles.  , In the midst,of that wonderful collection of the souvenirs of battle that  are on permanent exlilbltlon'tn Trophy  hall at the Naval, academy In Annapolis aro the nation's unknown-''trophies.  Flags that'were captured, in now, for-;  gotten engagements are hung, In the.  cases sido by side,.with, tliose .whose  glorious history Is known.-  -. Two. of theso sou venire of-? forgotten  battles are, British  flags.    One Is a'  jack-marked AVbivand nothing more;,  the other is/the. ensign of a warship  and Is marked Hereford,'   -From the  condition of both of these flags It Is  supposed that they date hack to the  war'or 1S12, but history give's no record of ships bearing those names bev  ing sent to American waters-by'Great  lh'ltnli). ,'���������'.,.'  Another of tho mystery flags, is the  "814" flag. In groat \vhite figures this  im in ber appears on n field of blue, aud  tho entire flag is bordered Willi red.  From somo engagement In the war  with tho Moorish pirates tho flag that  tho offlcers at An.uupolis came to call  the "house flng';, seems to have coine.  Yet no ono knows whero that battle  was fought or under what circumstances of heroic sacrifice lt was added  to tho iong list bt the0 trophies of our  naval victories.���������Christian Herald  BATHING A  PRINCE.  Thomas Smoaker "Seen Hlis Duty arid  He Done It.?. A  George IY. whilo priiice and residing'iii his Brighton palaco kept In his  bedroom a portrait of Mrs. Gunn, an  old bathing woman who used to.dip-  him into the sea when he was llie  little Prluco of Wales.   A picture book  ,much,prized, by children in England-  iii those days showed tho old-lady  bathing tho little fellow.   Beneath tho  picture was this stanza:  - To'BVIglilori camo he,  Camo George tlio Third's soli,   ���������_   '  To be dipped In the sea  By the famed Marttui Gunn.  A companion   portrait   tp   Martha  Gunn's was tliat of Thomas-Smoakor,  -who had charge of thd'hoi'se which1  drew Hhe, bathing machines-into and.-  .out of the sea?   Oiio'dny ?the little royal ���������  'highness,   haying" learned 'to   s'wlm,-  siyaui out farther-than Thomas Judged  to be safe.   Tic called lo hihilo come  'back, but tho" self willed boy struck  out with more ��������� vigor.    Thomas went  after the prince, overtook him, seized  him by an oar and drew liim ,to shore.  "Do you think," bo replied llo 'the  boy's angry words, "I'm a-going to get  myself hanged for lotting tho king's  heir drown  hisself just to please.a  WANTED  TO  SEE  THE  FUN.  66 Little Bobby Was on the Job Every  Day.        '     ���������     o,  Eddy, little'JJobby's playmate, wai  asked by a motion picture company to  pose for it. Later whon the picture  was produced' Bobby went to sea  "him." Rddy played a thrilling role  ot escaping from the pantry with a  glass of jam just before hie, "aunt"  went In search of him.     .    ,   ���������  Bobby sat through tho show, eying  his playmate a Utile jealously,- and  then every day,that week found Bobby spending his nickel for a front seat,  - The manager of the show, becoming  curious, asked the reason, and Bobby  replied: , '  "Borne day that womau's gonna  ketch Mm, an' I wanna see the fun."���������,  Judge,  Too Forward. '  "By jove, I had a narrow cecapo yesterday."  ,   "Keaily!   How?"  "Well, four of us were iuiiehlng together, and, of course���������you know how  one bus to ou tlmt sort of occasion���������we  ench insisted on stumping up nnd pay-  , ing tho bill."  , "Yes,"  remarked   his   friend,   "but  .What about that narroAV escape?"  "That's just it, . For a minuto or two  it looked' very much as though I'd overplayed tho game and the other three  really, wero going'to leavo mo with  Uiat biUto pay."���������Answers.  CIGAR BOXES.  Why Horses Scare.  ; Thei family at tho supper table had  been discussing a.horse frightened by  an automobile into running awny.  After silently listening for awhile little  Mary finally looked up from her plato.  "I don't blame horses," she said, "for'  being afraid of ��������� automobiles. You  would be, tod, if you were a .horse."  ."Why. Mary?"  ���������"Well," said Mary, "wouldn't you be  seared if you saw a pair qf,pants com-,  ing along .wljlhout a man In them?"���������  Everybody's Magazine.  "youngster Tike^you ?"���������Pearson's.  -    - -        The First Reporter.      :������;.-������������������.  Tlie modern reporter harks���������.back;.to.  ���������tlid', reign of Queen' Aiiuo and''to 'the  unknown scribe who''atlouipteil;!tot,teil .  tho public the secrets of her .parlia-,  ment.- He had a-hard time of:it,-rfovA  parliament wished to keep Us sjbcretaji.  to itself. ,In 172S an order was passed  "that it is an indignity lo and a';b'reach  qf the .privilege .of .the houso f,oi\siny  person io presume lo "give in written  or printed newspaper's aiiy;account or'  minuto bf the debates or proceedings;  that upon discovery of tho authors,:  printers  or  publishers, of any- such '  '���������'newspapers, this', houso? will, proceed '  ngalnst lho offcudcrs with''the utmost  severity."  During tbo famous Wilkes  enso in 1772 tho reporters won tho victory which tlioy havo since held without dispute.���������New York American.  A Sad Slump.  ,  "What's Uie trouble?"   ���������  ,   "The doctor has changed niy medi-  .cine. . I wouldn't take It unless the  .nurse' gave me a^kiss each' time.";  ��������� pWelf.        :"   \. ...  ��������� '"The?old medicine I took evcry.fifteen minutes. Now the doctor lias  given ine some to take'every four-  hours."���������St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Thor* Is a Tremendous Trade In Thus*  Csdar Wood Receptacle*.  Cigar boxes are a negligible quantity  to tho average smoker who stands before n tasUly dressed showcase nnd  buys1 <t "five cent straighf'-or a. "three  for a quarter." Few of even tho most  Inveterate smokers ever stop to think  of the number of these boxes used in  the United Stales during'a, year, or  from iv here thoy come.  Thirty millions Is tho total number  of boxes supplied to cigar manufacturers, in the United States. Many millions more enter the country filled with  foreign rolled cigars from Cuba, Porto  Rico iind Uio Philippines. Manufacturers, declare lhat tho boxes nindo from  Spanish cedar, a wood, which Is rarely  seen outside of Cuba, Is tho host for  packing lho seductivo weed.  Various woods have been tried, but  wherever used connoisseurs havo protested lliiit oven tho finest of cigars  were spoiled by putting thom in boxes  mndo from other wood than Spanish  cedar. This wood always rctnlns the  flavor of a good cigar, iuul some assert  thnt It greatly improves the flavor.  The reason given Is thnt tho Spanish  cedar grows only In that soil which  produces lho finest quality of what is  known as Havana tobacco.-Washington Star.  NONEED TO NAME HER.  His Inference.  Robert bad been dutifully llsteuiug  to the conversation' of his parents.  They were discussing a certain Mrs.  Smith', who was 'tagged in their talk'  as a, grass widow.- '-.:   \  "a-  i���������uitjai'a-paf���������a a iflAlA u Oui u~������i"-ic i - SO in o-  reflection, "is a grass widow a woman  whose husband, died of. hay fever?"���������  New York Evening Post  '';'..uu: ii ���������  iT-   , ������������������ ,.Tho Biggest Bush; League.  ' "Father," asked the little boy, "what  are sand lot basetiSll players?" '  "Thoy resemble,Very closely the political bush lenguors."   '     ���������'--    ��������� a  y "What are they?''1  '��������� ?"A political t>usu\leagiicr Is'n fellow  who docs n lot of playing around, but.  neverTgets on the salary list."���������Popn--  larMaga'/ine.      Vi       ,- ;    -  The   Relative   Who   Never   Abandons  One Afflicted With Insanity.  "It's a funny thing about a lunatic's  relatives," said the superintendent of  an'lnsiuie asylum. "There aro rcllablo  statistics" about tho way a Innntlc's  relatives staud by him.  "Tlio relative who stands by a lunatic  least, who Btops visiting liim ln tho  asylum first' of nil, is n brother. The  next relative to drop off Is a wifo.  That sounds hard, but it's true. Don't  count on your wife if you aro going, to  become a lunatic. Next husbands drop  off. -A'little truer than ...wives husbands are, but only a littlo. . Next fathers abandon iho lunatic, uext sisters.  "Ono relative never.abandons hlni.  -Till sbo dies, or lie dies, she comes  regularly oil visiting day, bringing underwear and tics, cakes auil tobacco-  provided, of course. Hint lho lunatic's  ���������a male, if It's a female this relative  is equally faithful? And even though  as sometimes happens,.the poor, mad  creature hates her, curses her, trios  to strike her when she visits! Jilm.' she  still remains faithful. When her visits  cease Uiey cease for only one reason���������  death?!   ' ���������  "Nor do T need to tell yoii which relative this one is."���������New York Tribune.  WOMAN OF PURPOSE  DR.   11KLKN .MAOMwKCHV   filvO  WHAT SHE G J1SS Al'TKR.  Ontario's New Inspector of (lie Fee*  . ble-.Minded Has iind a Notnble Ca-  reer In Pioneering Her Ideas���������  Has Paid Special Attention to  Caro of Defectives and Now Has ������  Chance to Experiment. ������  Dr. Helen MacMurchy, Ontario**  new Inspector of tho feeble-minded; Is",  something like the Bible, becauso sho  will afford you pn argument for pretty nearly everything you want to  prove, says Eleanor Sanderson in Toronto Star Weekly. She has gone  round upsetting everybody's little pet  theories regarding womau and her  sphere with a reckless disregard for  precedent, and without saying a word  about It, which upsets another theory.  Tho suffragettes cling eagerly lo hor  genius and success In ilolijg work  usually dono by men. The anils lovo  li ��������� because she hover inakt's'speeches  rail tug them remnants of the caveman period, nnd besides sho makes  children her chief concern. Slowly  ard 'linly the has grown into her  own. and ninco lhe sterling worth of  t' e brain power' in her work has be- o  Home felt in the land, honor upon honor has b.������en heaped upon her.  In 1901 she received t*io degree of  M.D., of ihe University of Toronto.  After this the studied for somo timo  at Johns Mopkins:-Universlty, and was  appointed, resident, medical assistant-  at Toronto General Hospital. Iii her  general practice she soon specialized  in the study of the' feeble-minded, and  her ceususon this subject prepared in '  190G wns of great value. "   '  From" that time on-Dr. MacMur-  clc's career was-made, and. In rapid  succession slie received appointments  "as vice-president of tlie Charities and  Correction Association in 1.08, d������_,e-.  gate to the British Medical Assocla'  tion congress, and representative for  Ontario to the International Confer-'  ence on Infant Mortality at Baltimore.  nousrogulrii'lty.' When' tlmy reached  (.unrniitlno he borrowed funds from  Holon nnd morosely deckled to take  the next--boat homo without- lhat lm*  portntit Intorvlw with JolmWciin,  ��������� # *" ���������-' * i* ��������� ���������  " Roger Gnlo stood ���������oii'f.io.vjfrnndfl'of  hia rniiclr lihiisonlid looked nwny over  tho slopes wlwnHilir sheep wero crowded, huddled (locks of.dustyBi'hy ngnlnst  tho greoii grnss.' iFfom lho Hocks nnd  the I'lppllrift hlllrt liU eyes turned to  the winding trull Hint lodjrom town,  A jlirlit biicklioiiyd 'Wiis.lipproiidiliig  lho. i'lincli,;nnd Iio/wixV Hint wlillo tlio  'outfit wns'lils owii nnd oiio of his men  wiis driving tliero wero ^ two pnssciv  gors In tho renr sont,.. Ono wna n (.'Mined looking limn; tjie other wns a girl  dressed In.liliib, Now^ltogor T.)u)o wiib  not In tlio Imbl-ttof receiving: girl y.ls-;  Itors, nnd Ills Interest wiih qn'olwiiioiT  nt tlio sight of tlio iiowcpiiiera. lie  mopped Into tlio houso to njnko nnxloiis  Inquiries of the Chinese cooli,  When ho pnsscd tlirongli hl-i Killing  room to tlio front porch I'milliiflj-JMuii/  waa otiimiiiig tliero WUn^t liltti'vvlUi  wot, lylslfiiljeyaen. i^  ' "PoiljH" ho cried, with (.unbelieving  oyos,  bold*  frnm  nu  Juiiip-i   Auw-rlriin     I  ihould i HiJivU two cuuuteiMca, op*" k  ���������A Dish of Tea,  ' "Dish"   throughout  tho  eighteenth  century was n colloquialism far cup. In  fnslilonnblo houses nt first, nml for  long, ton wns drunk'from''a cup without n handle brought from China. Tho  vessel was termed a dish.   When tho  Chineso cup wns first copied by Bug-  llsh potter's, tho convenience of a handle was nddod.   Tho fiiuicor nlso wns  brought from, China.   It received tho  nnmo becauso1 of Its.icsomblnhco to  the English snucer, u plntlcr in which  jjoucb.-wnH Served,   Tho ftimilinr Rlbo,-  "anucer eyes," wns .originally inspired  by tho snuco snucer loug beforo tyrd '  'Arlington giivo tho first ten'pnrfy "In"  England   In   Arlington . house, ^crf-,..  nuclilnglinm pnlnco stands, nt '  lornllnii poriod.-Loudo'n ClironifcTft  ��������� ������������������ .t.\   At  Clearing Up History.  As n pnrt of tlio .(.iinbblo over the-  world's ilculhlvo buttles a render comes  forward wllh-tlio statement tlmt Wn-  lorloo decided nothing,,, .If. Napoleon-  Boiinpiii'to hml woiv. Hie Imltlo ,,lio  would lin vo been .riiuliml a fow.diiyfi,  Inter. Ylit ovorylloily coiicuniod'wo'iit'  through tlio Hid ������������ If It really meant  fioniollilng. 'It Is hlrnngo liow niiicli  clenl'or wo boo somo things the'furl lior'  wo get nwny from tlietn.-Clcvoliind  Plain''Denier.       ' ,       '       . .  <.���������;"  ��������� , Forgot H'mielf.  '; Old.Lndy (to begtfiir at;dbor)-What'������  this soiled paper? Ai'ou'll hnro lo tell  nie what it snys, vfor I linvenVmy  Kinases.'.' v,j 4  , - Beggar���������Please, :iiium, It sny$ 1 am  deaf nnd dumb and-can you spare mo  n few cciitB.���������Boston Transcript.  Mines Hit Guide,  "Dlnklo says ho doesn't know whnt  to do with himself; when his wife's  out of town." A  "I'm not surprised. However, ho  knows wlmt to do with himself when  she's ln town, becnuso sho tolls him."  ���������Blrnilngliiim Age-Herald,  True Repentance,  i  ;,flhi> podded... "Itogcr, li^invj,;?^;  rAvlwi      Lut.'lli     VlllAl     UlV,        I l<.mi',SJ.,.tytf,-}  ,liHP^y;lT^������:������|'biit,' you. 1 wjiM.tp, JiqyO  rnnelior's" wlfo"- film nrfijer 'llnf.li<jil  tier confossloii, for llogor'rt'inj'infi *are  nround lior nnd Ills broifo.ed cheek  wnn ngnlnst hern. [\ \  "Yon nro Riiro, suro you jfj'oii'l regret  It, lovo^.'-lifftafceil over niuVJrivcr ngnln,  ,' Amr vanWie cluim oloworj/p- him in,ft  Hli F*cl..      .   f  TJio, Dnelor-���������Uyery'innn iicoiIh n fnd,  It kijonlly iV iiioiitnl H'iifely vnlvo; Holler ciililvnlo-'oiiii.'-Tlin Ptitletft-I hnve'  nilnn-'I'lin-.WIfii'^Wft'U   1n   I*'     M'lin  ;pnli\)iilAOollei.'lli^)inipiild lilllii. I'or-  linpn you'll ndd oiieV������-Clevolnml I'lnln  Donler. .h -...' ,- .. ^yy  **,���������' "f   ���������"���������������������������*��������� *���������������  "l      '  t I     *       ��������������� '*���������   ���������>'���������< *      *  ,.i. >       ���������     QoQd .Example.  -."Xriiggle', toll-jilj'^/irown I'm not lit,  M0U\0.    l{Vlii'l'l'a|||lN JliMtoiil mu li ut-  ���������fllio'rtto'iriilf.oHooirt'WbrtirV Uio plo/iuid I  ,f>i������ilttt. rMilKll 'h.1liP.'������ovok'iy."-/;tiiulon  Tolcgriiph.  *A;'i>.  tier dnti-zhWn to rjeiin()pi������)i but titled   (jvlilnperod tAltly whnt tloorVj** nml Hul  foreigner-., nnd *tln������ fourth the wUIk^ ly hni1! n^nW-  nod lu her lionrt.     .-. ,,  "I wnn'I rogrrrt nnvlhlii������'io lon|' Uf  wVvare-tukoWcryiili/tflM.  }  ���������  8o It |,������ 8r.iil,'/������ AY*1 '"���������"  non.<-l nvomlor why Ufowe nro* no  woninft' DIMCcoUci'loix.. .'.ru'ix-l   sup*  pnno li'si lionun-.ii. u 'wiiiim.ii's. \ygrk If.'  novor <liiiM������lil'iM<l!|iMii IWooU"''  ll,-,'   .���������-,      i-,.!' ������.'���������.*J-... ���������.-*:������'' t'i '  '*'  rioiipee^rJf you Ktonl- I don't unrt*  wlint-'you'li ropoiit/ll; somo dny.    '  nonilerson���������: Poollsli   Idim,!     Dldn'r  you over sIohI ii lilntl  llonpeck - Yea, nnd I  married the  girl too.f Clilcngo Dully News.  Helpful.  "Theso iniinnzliiofl nro"ho lie]p(u|.", ..  "Wiiuto llie intchtj"  * 'I.Uoi'o.ln ilie homo lilnls 'lliey (qll  you fiow to mnko a lovely ju'ffmgetlo'  \)0inh,oiit of nn old .tomato cnn."���������I.on-  iBv'jIle Coui'Ier-Wiirpnl,  ','; '[, ' Exlu.uitiiifl Aotivlly.'  ' "k'Y0'(i' oci'liiliilf.)look.ns ,'lf yo,t( iieeileil-  n vnciition, old Kiftii;   Wfini Ijnve you  'l/������diif������!olnR." t ������ '    .    .  ���������������''',-V,jjelilii2, ftfP1. one." - \f if.)ilii|������t'oii  Ifoiiijd.   '.mi. ������������������       ' ',  K     Ori gi rTof ~K ing's^~Counsel7  King's counsel bus the''great Bacon'  as tlio founder of the order?    Ho.had  no Inclination to be made a "serjeunt"  and persuaded-Queen Elizabeth, lo appoint lilm "queen's counsel extraordinary." Jamcs.I. i_rautcd to Bacon a put  ont, confirming his status as "ono of  our.counsel  learned  in lho law," as  K. O.'s'aro silll'ofiicially designated.  An annual salary of ������40 was originally  attached to the.position and  was ro  ceived by nil  VsiIks" down  to  1S5J1  .when parliament;abolished llio-salnry-  togetlier with tiie allowance for stationery nud bags.;. Tho, receipt of n  sa?l.nry,' by^I>,v!':'9-'s'''r4i.ea'nU-1Init 'lliey.  had ne'eepted mi office of profit under -  -tho crown"and those who wore niein-  boi'sof parliament had to seekj'e-clec-  ���������ti,9n;~Lon}li?ii/rfltiorf.'- '*'-,"*     .  '  *  As Koreans Shop.  Shopping- iu Korea Is n very grave  and KOlcmn tnsk amVo^uples tlio inns-.  -toV^ of the lionso .tho grehtcr ijirirt; of  'IBo diiy. In the 'market lier'o ho pur-  chases his provisions, cooking ti .uiihIIs.  linen su'ls, lints,.''sniidni's, tobaeco, niul  tho native drink*,' n Hanoi-* >ol)tiilneil'  from feriuenled rice. Only ono nrtlclo  of tlm snmo kind Isipiircluisoitfroin n  slnglo store. J I: would he lin ofl'enso  against Korean etiquette to buy n  ilozen nt n lime, ns this, would do-  plelo Uio slock too (julckly unci give  the shopkeeper tlio troublo nnd work  of rcBlocklng before lio was ready! It  wlll therefore bo scon Hint \vlioleaiilo  orders.nro not welcomed In.this odd  country; "llltlo and often" appears lo  be lho Golden llulo lu'liiiyl'ng,���������Whin  World Mngiifcliio. ..  ( ,,'   '   -' .;������-'. t.7r..,   ���������������������������;    ��������� '���������  Out For a Dicker, .  Tlio old 'fiislflWiio'd frirnier, who liked  nothing moro thnn to dicker, bobs ii|t  now nud then to rub elbow., with tiiu  moderns. In n dopnrtnioiit sloj'o recently one of tlio. old fashioned liiinl  iipproftched.llie clerk nml Inquired:  "How miieh niu you asking for rubber liools today?"  Tlion, when ho was (old Ihe price, lie'  looked wlso mid queried:  "Ami liow inucli nro, .vou gettln"/"-  KewVnrk Globe,  *.i',; rfv-y  'til  ...-���������I     r.������;,lV,i|V*J-������������������.'.���������';���������  Piiylna" wHl raiis.Vn:..i tnin-li. 'Onlni1  w������'ll oiiiifli-H .Hiii'i<i-o.~l<'r(Hirli J'ror*rU.  "��������� ;������. ���������,' i     .>  A Cencenipn.  "My wife rofiiHoil lo rei'lloHho uminl  spocolios in the mnrrlngo coromony,"  mild Ilio worilod looking mnn.  "Tlmt nIiowciI orlglniillly." *  "Ves, . But .H'.hnay't provonlod* hor1  I uulll  nuiylWLi^  lull .m ii) vt    lo   ji.-iu   i.itl  ''nr'lpmnry'j^lir.i^i'fi'oxfy !n :'j'^;lv,^ for  nllmony."���������Wnslilnglon Slnr."   ' "J'    I '  neoular. ���������  ���������"In-yon. Till lior a regtiltir'ntlendnui  nt rliiircli'''* ..       t     ' "���������   ���������'  "Yes.'   I fe'goes onoo no'onr, wliothcr  ho (liliilifl Jie needy It or ivot.'V-Chlcngo  Uocoril-IIcrnld. '     \    ',  ���������.'���������;.-   -���������'. W������li Tr'alnteir,. ' ,'      ... ���������' ''  v.'jllrtw l>ni^,linvo j[d\i heoii mnrrledT  '"Si) buy, thai I nm'i rniM|..������Hi'*H,r v-heti  I im'il.n wlft iif niy own."--'l)'utioli |a'n>^  111!.   HKI.K.V MACMUIICIIV.  Kven England took^notice when hei  report on infant mortality was issuer  In 1911.  The position of Inspector of Feeble-  Minded in Ontario, to which she has  been culled, is a now appointment In  the gift of the Government. Her duties.In this field are as broa>. as her  physical streng'.h and lier time wllj  permit her to accomplish.  .  Literally these duties aie "to inspect all prisons aud public charities,  and give particular attention to the  eiifitodian caro of the feeble-minded,"  What'thlH may involve cau bc guessed  by anyone who has visited small  towns and rural communities, where ���������  tbe villa������fl half-wilH hnvo wandered /  free, not Infrequently lo end tholr uii-  t-appy careers In Hordld murder or "  Bomo olhor crime. Tlien thero ar j ' ,  the catuH in whicli fumiliciti havo en-  ileavored lo robtrain;. ,ihclr feebleminded offBprlng, and1'(ireat crtinlly  in oflen practiced, bfiiiVotlmeH In ignorance, and nnmetimen In brutality. Dr.  MaoMurcliy is now tho hopo of these  wretched human beings, who wlll bo  1'iireil for in proper 'institulionfi. And  till the rou,'. or fanelfiil woes of those  already ooiiflned will .be liPiird and  liiveuligiited. It Hoiinda very utroini-  ouh, but thOHB wl.- know Dr. .Mac-  ^tircliy nnd lior qulol, forceful <:hnr-  actcr, nro confident thai nlio will not  only fulfill till Unit In expected of her  position, hut probably oreuto now duties mid channels of ujIinn In the '.'iy-  form rii'iucPl her jioart,  Tiie l'!lorual , Vmlniuc,  Thn'SOiilli Afrlnui nn liven In llooi-  .land, hIIIJ. proneryo iheir old I'liKfonm,  and iitie of llie motif curloim in Ihnl of  curry ing off n inlrl for n wife. Tlui mm-  loin Ik.ciiIIciI "ukiilwiilu," nnd lho  gl'rl, Ih'oiigh not IikIIbp^hikI to nreept  lho mini, cHinier. every oliHtnelo lo L������  pliicp.d In hln wny.        ������  Thp nil Uor wnirlirti bin opportunity  (nfiiir lirnt placing mi 'funny IamuI of  nitlln In iho kriinl of lhe glrl'n father)  iuul eveitluiilly cnirlcK nwn.i ihe girl  liy main force. -  The lipiirtroiiillnic cries of ihe bride,  uh nho In curried nwny, nre liomethliig  pitiful- n cry thai piercer, ihn lu-art  of n (.'hrlHilnii, but liln pily miiIihI'Icf  w|ien he lonrnn thkt In mil Ivo Ian-  Milage 11 iripatin:  "D'on'l (like me, bul .don't lei nny  one. help me, Iioohiiha 1 want to go:'  , ' ��������� ,   .��������������������������� FinaneUI.  " "Vo'iing.Mlll.vm'.t snys that In- U t>iil'\ ^^V' .,ki, u     ���������'    "     ,- v *  fof.iioi.oy. ������������������.;;:   .;  ������������������������������������,..r. -/^w-^���������"-.^  ' ^Vo������; 1 umfcrHniMilwt ilicjuda*"'+ \   T,,,,,���������, '' "������,,,,.nEi "! "���������' '" "{" ,,,!*ftpl  nn\r*Atcn_Ij#l)H||."rI������Mrf������lo I^G������^jrri*!_.'I'A'V^l Mj������".*'*"MIU"  Swu,l'hln������'  Itoiiuirkablo School Mocnril.  A reiiiiirliable m-honl rocunl wan an-  non need hy Kdv, JI, M, l.iiiiuir at the.  prlye dlKtrlhudoii at thf lluabridire  Mlonientary School. (Inditlm.liig, Knir.  Nino meinbe^-H. of lho Oliuler family.  nT I'lrii-U Hani l.iiili'i'. Hunhvldpo. he  '���������thled, had tlm record of tiO yenrn'  porfect attendance, bavin* never heon  'Hbnenl n.'IrttK The chlldrpii baft lo  .walk uniuu illutimcn to nchoul, nnd It  WaK'-e'omjwi.ed������.i Imt?. l.licy had walk**  aV rnrV������ twfeo round'lhe world.  t  * '* ���������   ��������� ���������  Sotoiiloeii I'iuuhN lo lhe Mile,  ..Hrlilfli, mlHiary   kiiilihrlllef,  huvi  lili^'eltiiii'ir for Ufc'o In Iniiuvn lelephont  ; I'liliin wlili h welfliii l^ul 17 potilulH lc  ,\b> n^le, Imf'Kff woll inmi.������ud It will  . work lliioiigh wftiar,      j  ������������������*���������������������������  i ������������������ THE NEWS7"CtraBERi:a^rBRITlSH'COJ7UJ>Uiia:  TO ALL OUR FRIENDS  AND CUSTOMERS  o&tiaaaaaoaasaaaaaaaaa  he-Furniture Store  Mcl'1-.ce lilook, A. MoKINNON'   t'umberland  fcwiiftwwMn '~-w**mi\**m*'+tvmAi+er'  imcs.-iraagyjyagm,  raBssgf 'fli������w,������������UBiM>uju.������ i  1 So ������hf''El������tnra of-  !  |      Oltig af CQumterlattfr  I take iliis moans ot informing llie voters of this-.City"  ilwt 1 am again in the field as a Candidate for Mayor and  that i s-hall continve to advocate the following policy.���������  Thnt during llie present i'ndu strial Uonble,-tiS  at  all  'other limes, every citizen wh'o keeps  the  peace-'shall   be'  piotec'.ed ;  ���������i  , Tliat the Wage-Earner, who  is the most  important  factor   in  ihe weikire and progress of this community,   as  he.   is   ol'  every oiher community.' shall continue to- havens much consideration as any other class.  That the strictest-economy will continue-to have the  closest attention.  That Local I l.provemt'iits of au expensive character  shall' he urocee-led with, wlien lhe local property owners  io be'-iiienefiued thereby desire them, and are" at the same  lime prepared to bear the cost.  - . ������ -f  That .1 shall favor the introduction of  a  By-Law   to  raise money on tjie credit of the Municipality for work  relating to general improvements, wheu there is a likelihood   of a majority   of   the  ratepayers  favoring   such  ._I1 T ...      -   ��������� >. "      v ���������'  L,y~iyy \Vt ������������������' ��������� ? ^_   That the sanitary condition of the City will continue  to bc closely attended to.  'That I shall always work iu conjunction with the  ''oiiucil, in any matter that pertains to the best interests  of the people of this City.  That these and other matters of importance , will be  dealt with publicly before election day.  A. CAMPBELL  FEED! FEED FEED!  "ES  Cameron Auto  Phone 1074, 521 Superior St f  Victoria, .B; 0.  ������        ,  We have for sale a few slijjhtlv used and rebuilt".  cars in first clnss condition, which must be fold to niect    ^  ������    real estate payments, ���������       '        ������  g  Buick, 4 passenger,       $275  ������  |  Ford Touring Car,.        $325 |  Ford Touring Car. $350 I  Ford Touring 3Car (i9i2)$425' |  Galt,FiyeP assenger (1912)  Demonstrator, slightly used, elecric starter,  ft  ������  and liklits.  i  i&i  JC3*  A lnrgo   stock of shorts,   bran, crushed oat'.*,   hay a<  jiiuliiy fvi'd for sale'at excopliuniilly low--prices,  Phone 32  Courtenay  E3O0itLi%***������Msi'3i& Cosia**samtrms3ft\.  WIIIKIHttilllllllllllllllM  1 - , V..   = c - '     ,  I  E5  i  I  i  1  \,  WISHES ALL THEIR"  FRIENDS &  CUSTOMEBS  i  a  1, Ford Touring Gar $275 |  $ and seveial other Touring Cars aud Trucks. P  eccseeceoses@@6������������������������c������ c���������������ees@e������t Gcesceeesco  1  H  B  S3  1  H  (1  To the Electors of the City  of Cumberland.  * ��������� *��������� ���������-        i_  LADIES AND  GENTLEMEN:-  m-!x -ssafRrtwai^^^K?*  !S3_Bg58!&ii&������_^^  THE "IDEAL".'STORE    N^ .0 -Turbeiis  MoRae, Acton, Hay man ���������*  ������3  1'  illUlllillllKiiM^  IF YOU WANT-  ���������^t^tytaMWI^        f^  Something Good For  CHRISTMAS  in the way of BEEF, MUTTON, PORK,  VEAL, TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS  -00 TO THE- ...       ���������  Comox Oo-Operative Society, Cumberland  Wo will hnvo hunRlng in tho shop a body of boof (wholo) Any  ono who Ruoaaaa tho nearost weight of it will got a Turkoy prizo.  *S&        Como ruid 803 U3. .ths flaost BOloction of Moat and Poultry .>     M  | An lie loeoltng uf tlio City  Council on Moixluyuifjlit, Mr.  John Thomson was iippoink-i) Ro������  turning Olllcor for thu civic ulcc-  licMie. The Mayor was strongly  oppusud lo tiiu iippointiiiont, ftiul  rouunteil tho turning down of Ciiy  Clork iMckiiinon in no niicorrnin  words. Jiid Woi'rthip wns hiilig-  mint, but hclplcsp iu tho m*it;or.  Why wiw tlio City Clerk tuntud  down 1  {LOOK OUT!  t '     for the Milk wagon  with the Green Jiox  PRKSH MUX AND  FARM PRODUCE  ���������'#    Our Milk is the product  '1     of the Uest Fed Cows  % l-RKSH   UUX  $ Delivered morning & livening'  ?       ,1, MARUYA  LK) TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  kou you it  Genl Blacksmithing  ���������AND���������  Horseshoeing  Tilled St.       Ciirntarliwrt  ������������������������  Having been requested by  a ' large  number of electors to offer  myself-as a  candidate for mayor,   and,  after'careful  consideration, nave   decided   to   accept  ��������� ������������������ yy.    -���������  nomination.    1  have ������������������ served  you seven  vers as alderman. If elected, I will  look after the best interests of the city  and citizens, and will do my duty without  fear or  favor.  1 will address .you publicly and go  fully into the matter before election  day.  Soliciting your votes an.l mil i^nce  for a thorough business and up to datq  method of conducting the affairs of your  city.  I am, 'Yours Respectfully,  ^OTKIalllllllil.llllliWIil.l'ii!!!!^  |  Capital Paid.Up $11,560,000.   .' Reserve $13 000,0CO: \\  1' The -Royal Bank-of Canada...,-!'  T. 'K:cBate  7^W-V������>"������������aVMM*Mtf^^ fca_*������^*M������IV������������M������^***/fcl|l&  MAROCCHI BROS    5  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  f������ysysvsy������x*X������T������):������x������  iwood Woodl  I       Wood       1  $    Now ifi tho timu to placo   (5j  fi) . yonr ordur   for   SIjAD  wood  82,50,. .per donl'lo lnntl  $1.50. ...pvr singlo lon/1  From Tho  C't Livery StcLIes |  **fi*lt**+il>ai*&  Agents for Pilsener !������rewing Compiiii.v'.s HHIJU  'vVhulcKnle Denlers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Mquors.  SECOND   STREET  toTHnadian bank  of commerce  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 RF.ST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadinn Dank of Commerce, nre a safe, convenient and  the following rates:  $ftnml under .....,.,.,    3 cents  Ov#r    S nid not cxcte4ina 910    0    "  "    10    ;" **    *   90 10    ������  ������    30      ������   ;.       u SO. 15    M  ,"   REMITTANCES ABROAD **  ���������haald W Mite $}-ttH*r*<J me tNSCIAL FORttlON DRAPT9 ami MOMHY  O&DRIUL   IdVHd whhoaft d������Uf M rtMAMfcfe nua.  CUWBBBLAND BUAMCir W. T, WHirK, XTanag*  | DllAFTS.ia-jUEl). IN  ANY    C.URKENOY,   PAYABLE   ALL 1  I              *.""    OVER ..THE.   WORLD.  .   '.,    \     ;;. . . |  | SPECIAL ATTENTION yi\\<\ lo SAVINGS ACCOUNTS &.interou |  g   ut hij-theKt Current Itnics alinvvid 911 IJf|������oi-its of tj-1 Riitl upwunl,. i  1            CUittBEilL VMD, B   C , Banch; Op3n Diily                              '"  * |  I            UNION pAY, B.C.   Sub-Kranch, Open Tuosdnys & Fridays         '|  I                   D. M. MORRISON, Mannjjerl f  \  COURTENAY, Ai, C ,    Branch,    Opon Daily.  R. H. HARDWICKE, Manager.  ^iiiiniiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  -Ci  a..  j  t-a  ���������P. Phillipfs Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR ���������  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  ���������    -i\  CUMBERLAND,  atfUHMMHNMnMMHuMwawawrnwM^^ *a*xjLTM.w������rK*''*tiwj*mw*aiwvf*  tiMavaMMiii0������uaa_M������MaaBM3jntii(<aaiMH������uak -������*.���������. _m tv*tmk***n  ^=V. BO^O^R^  mW*t**ukn.rirtiifiK ttu^  Manufaotiarer o������ MINERAL WATER  P, 0, BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  ���������"WW* ���������miai  ~"i  If YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  1l*mmmm*mWS!SM*at������mamtS\  IT'S AU RIGHT  Big pall in  Gyele Prices  During stock-taking we have found thnt wc  have quite, a number of second-hand shop-  soiled and "returned from hire" machines  and are holding an end of season clearance  at big price reductions.   Look into this.  Thos. Plimley  739 YATES STREET  VICTORIA, a. O.  IM


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