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Array .')  yh  ) /..  jy  -,. y. yyyx/ /-. >^-<y*  M.  J\  Devoted Especially to the InterestA of Cumberland and Surrounding District*  a \ n <* .*** \i *ii. *,* .i .������.���������*(w^ft.nr^v.imMy'Wttswun^  iO*.  'hiuNBws, Twenty-First Vuau   ' ,    ' '   CUMBERLAND   B. C, WKDNESDAY,    OCT, 28, zgA   -  ���������|New Stock' of Fall Suits for  Men, and Bovs  Our Fall Uartga of Mion's Overcoats i������ splendid values, and  "the 8'ylos are tho vo-y lal.cst.   Pricos Iroin.ijiS.GO to $27,00  lVTon's Suits, right up to ths minute, at, from $12 50 to $30  Our stock is complete and our oervices at your command  Boys' Suits���������Wb liavo ihe largest showinp- of boys' P.uits  ever shown at tho  nig-'Storo.   Our priceo are vory moderate,  ~and'7for-Quality~you'can-depend''o"irus"T  ������������������-    :    ;..  -y * w . *         4%  Annua! Meeting of Boy  Timer Passes Away  SuilSCKimON #1.00 A Ykau     - ���������  naftvnnwr  iVecting   Held in, Basement   of  Presbyterian Church ou  October 20II1 iust.  The'Annnal meeting of the local branch of the Hoy Scout. As.,  soc'ialiou was neld in the base,,  ment of the Presbyterian Church  on the evening of October 20th,  at S o'clock. The ��������� minutes of  the last meeting were read and  ���������adopted. "  A letter from the Reverend  Mr. White, expressing his re-  grel that owing to a pressing engagement, , he would be unable  to attend the. meeting, was .read  and, filed.  ���������  A communication was received from Mr.'Uoates. Clerk ol ihe  Vestry, Holy Trinity Church,  requesting ihat that the co.operation of the lioy Scouts be grant  ed in connection with a public  lecture to be delivered by' the  Rev. Mr. White iu aid of Holy  Trinity Church, Moved and se-  conded that the communication  be tabled "for further discussion.  Motion canietl. '   '  ., Moved and seconded that bills  -of  amounting to 84.18 "from Jloy  Scout headquarters,'Victoria,, be  paid. ' Motiou carried. ���������  The communication from   Mr.  Coates  was now.brought up  for  Au old aud much respected resident of this.citv. passed awav  on Monday morning at the local  hospital, in the person of Mrs.  Harriett-'Theobald, relict of the  lain I-I. J. Theobald, iu her 65th  year. The deceased lady was  taken suddeuly ill al her home  on Friday night, and was removed to tlio hospital on Sunday, where au operation was performed, She .survived but a few  hours after the operation, The  funeral took place on Tuesday  afternoon from the residence of  Mr. A ,'��������� McKinnon, Mary port  Avenue, interment taking,plaqe  in the Cuinbeiland, cemetery,  Rev. Jas. Hood officiating,  The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: C Segrave,  \V. Willard, A. Armstrong, T.  A. Macfarlane.; T. Iianucrman,  James Brown.  MACFARLANE BROS., LTDrP 8  >   if  \\      db  THE SQUARE DEALING HOU'JS."  I Recent Arrivals in Goods that I  (i) ' ������  I" Are Much in Demand include |  cfliioa. Wheeling"     1  Yarns . J  A   Choice Selection of Shades,    imported $  from Alloa. Scotland ' %  -4>-  '. Waterproof  Coats -  2I*tar k (������&*, SJtft  THAT QUE Eli BRITISH E'M-  I'Mi..  '.  ...     (The Herald; Chicago.)  Indian troops anxious   to flight  in ihe war for Great, .Britain ! ���������  Irishmen. Ulstoritos nnd Ksv-  tuntalists, ready to-help the-Empire !  ��������� Australia prohibiting the-export, of loud any whero except to  the Mother Country .-  Two Lines Plain Shades"  -<o-  ! Waterproof Coats and' Capes %.'���������'  For School Children���������sdl'sizcs-  ���������^>-  n^ln^XiiT^' ^Women's Patriotic Softy  Victoria ou   Monday   morning by  tui to.  ���������-<>-  MAlUilKD���������At the Motlio-  dis. parsonage, nn Thursday, (Jet.  22nd, by.thu Rov. AVm, Elliott,  11. A��������� Mr. John G. Phelps, ol  Cmnpbidl Iti ver, and Miss Marguerite Ireou Toes, of Vancouver.  Wlliam' McLean, of  Victoria,  is in town.  -o������-  Mr. Ji. Uuwdiill will in future  reside at Jlovston .Hwtch, This  heroines neeeHsary thi'o'iiffh change  in his railroad supervision.  -���������������-  Mrs. J. N. Norilgroii will bo plenBod to  yet your BuljBcriptioii for tlio 1/uliiw Homo  Journal, and Saturday ISvoninR Pout,  No.-l Miuo fan, owing to having been  umlurminod by wator, Uio miiio Iiuh hcou  kilo for a wool:.  L. 0. Youiik, I'uniliilRO suliool ctimtniot-  or, U nn far flmit uottloniont ������n hoIiooI.  ������������������ ��������� IH ������������������  \\, U, IHokltiR, (UBhioi' uml auditor (row  tho Victoria ollloa of tlio Oiuiuliiii) Onl.  liuriim, arrived ou Tuimilny'ii I rain.  mmt.   i 0       ���������-     ���������   W. K. Litwrunei*, ot lho Inluift Hnpiily,  Ilovuu, luB'roturnoil from ft trip l.'iwl.  Mr. ami Mr������. IMaylock and ;i min-.bcr of  I'lindidKo rosulnntu, Bpont Tuomiuy iii  Oumborlimd, (ilHommio of tho HdviuiUoh.  hlr, J. V, Nordaron hft������ n KrcoTKinon  8oholarnhip Id A.norlonn dohool oC C������>rto6-  Tiomloiioo, Uhlon������o.   Wlio wnnln It 1  "AVnr ifiholl 1"cried Mr. Cm-<v,  repenting the fnnioii������ ������Ayi������g. " 1 *  i* not," doejured Mr, CJro^ui,  "!);..! a::::yl*y'!.'!v ivv^" ������t������'"." ���������'  Bojor comla' hnck from lioll nu'  drfiwii), tl piiisiun for eivinh  yt'ni'i* '  /������������������  Tii- lii(Ue!������ <>f Holy .Trinity  Ch������ oii Guild, held ru nfl.-.-nuon  ton in llm City J l;i 11 ori Wmluc^luy  tUbtt'-ut* wbjuh was \vv7i hti'-:A  A parcel litis been forwarded to Vnucou  ver this week cuiitiuuiiii,':  8 Flnmiol Shirts  8 Flannel Holts  C F*rs. Socks  I)  FklKlllfJCB  5 pillow Slips'  5 Knitted llolmola  I Tr. Mittens  il SnitH of I'yjnums  II Kits of Houaowifos-  In tlio ViiiHiouvor Provinoo of  Oot,  21,  thoro wuh tm ucUnowlodgiuont or lho two  PaiuoIb houL to Vunoouvor on Sept.  29th  and October Oth.   Also our   flint  pnraol  hot.t on Sui'tcmbor 2Hml, him  arrived   ������t  Toronto, uml buon noioptud l>y   tho   Hod  Oi'i'.sj Soi-'ioly. 'J.'lio HupurinUmdont. of tlio  Caniidian liod (.row  Hooioly in Toronto  writes; "tho ooiiHiKiimont sout in liy the  Imperial Order l)mi|diturn of tlio Km-  piro, uro ulwayH excellent, nnd youra,  (mouning IIioho siml in  hy VunoiiuvprJ  aro moiuo of tlio very bent in mnko and  quality that wo liuvo roooivoil," Thin in  is vory Kt'iitifyitig (or thouo who huve  dono thoir Hlinro towitrdH tlio rcHiillu, and  Hhouhl luicoutM^o iih all to mako renewed  pfl'orld.  The followini!: luiter, whu'h io  olilv"{.>ivon in purl, was found on  thu body of it dfiid Cioriinui tiuidi-  or:  ���������'MvOoaiVKt Hear,- AYlmn ilio  *r  littleonoe havu naid their jmiycrs  for thoir di-itr I'litlu't' and hnvo  ^���������oDo to bull f tiit nud think uf liu'c,  my lovo. J liiinl. of nil I lie rdd  ��������� Invp   whi'ii   wo   wove   lift.ollii"!,  ��������� *  uud 1 think of all our luippy  uiHiritd YAo. Oh ! Ludwig, hu.  lovod of my t-oul, why .should pen-  plo fi;j,iii. i-."������i:h iiiht'r ? I I'unnut  think ili.ii God v.tnild h'ihh   it,'1  Hc\*. C, A. dt-Vcii' "Wliitc-, has  ro!iiH|irshed llu* pasloraic of  Holy 'i ;iuity church, .;:���������' tin- new  vi'-n, lU"'. A. HL Hm )���������'��������� j_:vv ai-  \'\\o.A in C".i!ily\liu'.d ������-n Tnt-s-  dnj l;,.--t, with his \:A:. Mr.  -Wliifc leave*.- lici'f iv ���������. .i iv (������������������.'���������'-,  cfiscussioTit j\TovecT5y M'r.Tiood  s-.-cdnded by Mr. Banks, that *tlu;  juatter of allowing the; - lioy  Scouts to assist, as requested, be  left in the'hands, of Scouttuasier  l>ro\yn.    Motion carried.  Mr, Prown infonned llie Asso  eiation that Mr. Taylor had kind  ly consented'to act as assistant  scoutmaster. Moved and seconded that the Association.endorse  the appointment of M v. Tay lor  as assistant scoutmaster, and  that Ins badge be procured.' Mo  tion carried,  Moved and seconded that Messrs I'aniham, Sloan and T. 1).  McLean, and Dr, MacNaughton  all of whom had already paid  the initiation fee, be declared  members of the Association.  Motion carried,  Moved and seconded that the  fathers of the boys belonging to  the scouts bc notilied by the secretary of the existaucc of the Association, and be invited to at  tend its lueetiujj-.s. Motion car  ried.  . Moved bv Mv. Hanks, second  ed by Rev. Mr. Hood, that the  present ofiieeis retain Iheir po.ii..  tions for tne incoming year.  Motion carried.  Moved by Mr. Hanks, second.;  cd by K'ev, Mr, Klliolt, that a  hetuly vole of I hanks' be tendered Mr. Ihwwn for lho excellent  work he has done as scoutniiisU-r  Motion canietl.  Moved by Rev, Mr, Hood, sec  onded by Dr. 1 licks, that a  hcaily vole ol thanks be tendered to Mr. Wind fo. his services  iii"      '* -.<��������� '  tu , ..\- jtjijt     .w^t,. t, to,       .ti>-nlv.'u e<il.������ I  I ted, |  Moved   and *-cC'"'iided thai   the!  Asssocintiou   estcud    a   hearty;  vole of thanks io  Dr. ).i',l*.*'.  fur'  the   ins'-wciions   he   ^ave   tin.*  boys   in   ���������' Kivsl  Aid,"    Motiou  carried.  Moved   by Mr. Wind, xenmd-  ���������a by Uf.-. :.!!-.  :���������:::���������:<������'���������., ih.-:  the Assueialiiui tiMxler u he:.ri\  \'ole nj lhanV: to the Tii:.-.;ii ' ui  tl'u: I'lesbs t.-ii.ui < huit-h lo; th--  U.*e of the hall.    M'.'li'Mt   Catsi.il.  CimadlTprepared to send a second strong contingent \ ' ���������"  ���������The same story-* in Knglaud,  Scotland, Ireland, and all tho Dominions and Ooloiiius 1 In timo  of war how suddenly things look  up in that (.(iioer, quoin' British  ft in pi re ?  '[ havn't ii thing lo take back,'  su vs- Ireland, but. under tho cir-  cniiUjtaiiews kindly, show nie the  enemy ns soon as possible, 1  want to get at him.'  'Yours of recent (Into received,'  snys Citnada. *Ain trending meii  as fast ns they eau be 'gotten  ready and, transportation seen ml.'  'Ivuson'ing for a moro nuspiur  o 11 ��������������������� time any 1 nit red a part of our  population justifiably bears to  England,' says South Africa,' 'wo  are prepared lo do our utmost in  lho present war,' -  'Serious local <lis_at,isfaction  will arise, ijuhib, uulet's Indians  aie pui'iiiitlud to give their lives  or the honorable Umpire, now  th nt it is at wnr with a foreign  nation.' shy*' I in Mn,  a<  ���������It's everywhere lhe same story,  r  P. S.���������Have' you' ever tried Robinhood  Flour?, Vou will probably ��������� receive this  week a - letter fiom ��������� . the . millers of this 'High Grade- Flour, and we ask,  -MieHfavor-uf-your-consineTaii.'QTi as fo^~iTs*  contents. -This is a personal matter be.,  twecn us.' The list of names is furnished  by'ourselves. Try'this-flour; it is. guaranteed to be the be'.st on the market at any  price. ' .,  (v)  vi  1  in pence it's 'Guiifoiiinl your stu-  piil, jilii'iiiisoniihle, ' fatheadn'l,  doomed, arrno'iiiit sou) !' In time  iif need it's Count mi us in the  limit. !'  Which is whv we snv Umt Uie.  l>riiit>h Kmpiro is* a ipieer, queer  iiistiiiilion,  MacFarlane Bros.  THE CORNER STORE  LIMITED  CUMBERLAND  TO  ! ph  ���������9  t.  i  one io P. O. Box roo g  Kmwm������NWMinnfxi  w*.vu������mMi*������*m������mi**.ji**i*,i>i*+t-uujli*'i *iminu:tmimvnr*t������m  W. J. Goard, the expert piano  tuner, of Vancouver, will arrive  in town ou Thursday. Leave orders for tuning at the News Office, aud they will be promptly  attended to���������by Goaul,  Mr. K. T. Kllioit, K. (\, a  proiniuent Vicloritt bairister, is  lhe ' founder of ' the ''Ulliott  Horse."  Mis. 0. 11, Feclruer, of Courtenay, is a patient tit our local  hospital, as is also Mr. >lohn  Miller, of this city.  Mr. T. D. McLean expects to  leave for Vancouver on Sunday  for medical tieatnieut.  Cumberland won from Bevan  at football on Tuesday afternoon,  at City 1'nrk. by >a score ^f 2���������r.  There was much interest niani"  fesled in the p'nine. The ''root"  '���������is" ou both YAW did i,jood rooting,  Ily lhe will of tin- Jnto Mrn,  Theobald, .Mr. A. MeKinnon ) ss  been apji'uiiii-.l --nli' cni-viiioi' Of  the eslutti, wliidi foes to relatives,  The sum of lU()() hns be"n bo-  (jueathed to Si. Georj.jh's 1,'roaby"  toriiui chiiiT.h.  -������������������  Comox District War Fund  will hoid a general rnreti-.g i'i  the Council Ol-ntiuber on Friday  evening ttt  7.3.),  ������     .Mivtv.::������ -.77]  .Ui  ���������'��������� VY  I  ti*  1  T  ���������A.  J.  t'r  I  ?  1  I  WW  I  A La brace Corset  s  am mm  Ynu ixivot iu;r:tl sacritic: i-ontforl for fashion  1. .v,,, i,!,u,i',i- iii--. eurst 1 n.-A suiU'ti to ytuir indivj'lu-  iil figure. Vour now gown will fit Ijcitur antl look  I ottt-r, if you j/'t a new style qc a la (iracit Corset  10 wcjtr with it.  ������,'i"'*  WmY.  y&tf'itl  f  tM/Mk*fc^H4t^������������l*t>������ -iU������mM'."Ht\1  mil C A M p B E L L s  "*������������������*        *������S \t*iY,ff "'*'**".'-'*���������,. ���������-.** r*. mm.m m.mm.*.. *,...,*  ���������mj.mm.���������m*...t;^mmm  -, -; i-'.-i ������������������i<������r)--i-HS''K*:-,-i-H",.������:������-:������: y. ���������:���������:���������*:-: ������������'i-:--!-i-H--w-!-K'-H-H-sw-!*:-.-H-i-i������ THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.
A Debt
Discharged
By Edgar ^Wallace
Ward, Lock    & Co,    Limited
London, Melbourne and Toronto
(Continued)
CHAPT10R XXII.
The End
Mrs. ConutoeL- Bell sat at breakfast
on tlio bread, tiled torraco ot ,tho
hotel Co-. 1. ' Ahead of lier, a grey
bulk showing ..imly above the Hiffiaa
coast, wn. Gibtaltar, to Uio left, a
soft undulating- sweep of Spanish
bills; loft and :. littlo behind hor, tlio
white jumble of Tangier, ono slim
green minaret rising from the pleasing i-lioas of white and bluo.
Tho murmur of tho awakened city
came out to h-jr nnd brought a littlp
souse of exliilirution. Tangier was so
much alive, so virile, so mysterious, so
old���It was liko a placo In tho Old
Testament lit li) electricity, a scrap
ynu could Imagine Babylon with advertisements of absinthe
plastered on the palace walls.
Tho oo.1 .was a gorgeous blue and
motionless. Far away on the horizon,
a great steamer hull down, wus making its way westward through tho
Straits. The sweet scent of mimosa
came in soft puffs from a great golden
bush nearby.
She was alone on the-terrace, but
the table was laid for two. She had lin
ished her I re.ikfast, and her idle Angers played witli r. scrap of toa/t.
iler happiness was almost complete.
For three months she had lived such a
life as she had only pictured in her
utmost exhilirated moments. The
cities of tlie world which haJ existed
for her only in pictures and in descriptions were now realities to her,
J for feet had trod the floors of, the
l'rado, luu' stood where Caesar stood
in room, had climbed the steep hill
to the Gate of the Sun in Toledo, had
walked under Mont Blanc, had passed along .he shaded pavements of
Vienna.
o
She was perfectly happy, she told
herself, ye', instinctively made a reservation. -Wha' that reservation was
she did not put into words, did not
even mould it into thought. There
: was one little shadow.
She heard a firm footstep behind
her and turned   It was her husband.
"Hello, you're early!" he said.
She smiled 7 welcome to him and
he took her ban-..
He sat down on the other side of the'
table.
"1 ordered my breakfast as I came,"
��� he said: "somehow I'm not hungry as
1 ought to,be."
A look cf alarm came into ner eyes.
���"You're not i'i?" she said, anxiously.'
He smiled indulgently. "Oh, no, 1 m
not ill."
"the porter was telling me," she
went on, speaking quickly, almost in-
��� coherently, "there has been typhoid in
Tangier.' Don't you think wc had better-go away? : could pack my bags
In time to catch the boat���-"
He shoo.c hid. head laughingly.-
"Please c'on't worry,  thoreAjs  no
Cause." " rf:
"I couldn't lu.ve you ill hero���; sho
said, and shook her head doiibtijiglv.
"We can :un over to Cadiz and go to
Paris."'-
"I fissure yot." he began, then hi
stopped and frowned. "Typhoid in Tan-
rk'i\" lm ������opi.v.t.Pd her wordt, "Hy
Jove, that's serious." He looked at hor
in a panic. "1 think we'll go," he
, said, "it Isn't worth whilo taking a
risk: I'd never forgive myself if you
got 111."
Sho stopped him with a burst of
ringing   laughter.- lie saw tho humor
of the situation and laughed respons
lvoly,
"I suppose,"' sho Raid, "thero'R typhoid everywhere, If one looks far
ll-
lie tat down to the table and sorted ovor tho pilo of letters tlint awaited
him.   Tie "ponea one.   It was in Un
flowing handw-iting    of    Wontworth
Gold.   Ho '-canned it eagerly.
"Thero*'. no mws?" she asked.
"None of importance," he said.
"Isn't it curious. " he looked up from
his letter, "tliat Gold, the least romantic of men, should ascribe Helder's
death to a broken heart?"
"Poor man," she said 'softly.
Ho pushed back his chair and looked absently across tho yellow stretch
of sand.
"He was rather a sinner," he said:
"but who can tell tho temptations to
which such a man, ambitious and
without Influence, can bo subjected? I
can forgive him many things; to my
mind, hia forgeries were tho least of
his offences."
Sho wiu silent, knowing that his
mind had gono back to that day. iu
Holder's' offico when ho had Ilrst
spoken to her.
"No other letters?" she askod after
a while.
He put down tlio letter ho had boen
looking through with a littlo smilo.
"Tho usual thing," ho said drily, "it
is curious how pooplo always want you
to be happy in their way, and whon
thoy picture your happiness, lmngino
it under ..mditkns entirely -different
from those you enjqy."
Sho looked up quickly, then lowered
her eyes Kgalii.
"You aro quite happy, aren't you?"
she askod quietly.
"Quite," he said. Thero was no hesitation or doubt, in his voico, but there
was no depth i:i his tone either. The
word "quite" was just a word, without
emphasis 1 ut .vithout hesitation, lt
neither Inferred perfection in happiness nor .uggostcd anything ,to the
contrary,
"As happy as you had expected?"
She was p aying with fire and she
knew it, and was none the less happy
in the risk she took.
"More," he said.
He looked down at her gravely; In
had risen, aud was leaning with his
back to the sto,io parapet.
"Much moro than,I had ever hoped
���you look a little troubled," ho added
quickly.
She smiled up at him.
"No, though sometimes I worry a lit-,
tie about the future. 1 have qualms
of conscience, I feel that in some
way I am 'tanding between you and
the best i,art of your life."
"You are the best part of my life,"
he said with ;owered voice, "whatever
the future holds that Is a present fact.
.It is so eas^y to love you, Verity."
The words were very simple, but
there was in his tone sincerity whicn
was' beyond doubt.
She flushed,, yet raised an empty
coffee-cup -'o her lips in a heroic effort to dissemble her agitation.
"Some day, in the years aliead,"a he
went on, "lovo will come to you. -It is,
worth waiting -"
''Suppose," she interrupted timidly,
"suppose it never comes. Is it fair���
to me���to depend so much upon that?"
"If it doers not come; something else
equally  precious  will_come? in its.
A Ccal Mine One Hundr in Years Ago
Up iu Nova Scotia, 100 years ago,
tho s'^ttlfcis d."ii.vid a pioneer shaft
with the aid of a pick and shovel and
dug out enough coal to heat tholr little dwellings and to cook their food.
Today those same mines, which then
produced twenty or thirty tons a year,
are sending about 300,000 tons to. market every twelve months*. ,.The-pick
and shovel and" the hand-lowered bucket havo been replaced by the air
drill, giant powder and steam elevators, which drop 1,500 feet in to the
bowels' of the earth.
By thoir primitive means the settlers nover roach a level below 120
feet. Thero was not much noed of carrying tho shafts any further, becauso
coal was little used for anything but
hont; in fact, thoro was no need for
coal anywhere except whore wood was
scarce This great industry In the
Canadian province doveloped rapidly
as soon as demands began to bo mado
for tho now fuel and now tho acres of
tho original settlors nro covered with
a mazo of vast machinery, the latest
of which has but recently brought tlio
daily output up to 1,000 tons of the
highest grades of bituminous coal.
Nova Scotia now ships tv, all parts of
the world, the bV.ick stones that helped mako bearable the cold winters of
pioneer days.
How Finger Prints Are Taken
Tliero would seem to bo an unfailing
method of identifying overy individual man, and that is by his fingerprints. No two people, it is said, over
havo exactly tho samo markings, and
nt Scotland Yard the police keep a
largo file of finger-print impressions,
and can turn up any ono of thom in
a moment or two if they want to
identify a prisoner. The mothod of
taking these- impressions is very
simple, and any boy or girl can take
finger-prints from his or her own fingers, or from friends arid relatives.
Take a tube of moist sepia paint, and
squeeze a drop on to a plate or saucer.
Then add a drop of water, and after
mixing the sepia and water into a
paste, press the finger upon it, turning the finger half over, so as to ink
the whole of the front of it. Then
press the finger in tho samo way on ..
sheet of clean paper, and when it is
removed the impression will be there.
place.'
She did i.ot speak for a minute or
two. She sat with her eyes fixed upon the cup before her, turning it round
and round,, aimlessly.
"Suppose," she said, without raising
her . eyes, '"w . discover���that day���
only supple?"
H��.jiodded,
"Suppose-, it was between us���as it
should be���that love���real love���lived
and flourished in both our hearts���
should we go awny on, another trip
like this, away from tho world and
people, just you and I?"
He did iot trust himself to speak,
lie nodded again.
The twirling ct tho cup became
faster and more, furious as she went
on.
:��� yit't very t.-mpting," she half whispered. "Al. that lovely trip again
over. It temptn mo to wait till wo have
settled dow   again, in England���"
The .cup for to'the tiled floor of
the terrace and, broke into a hundred
pieces. She. laughed and roso quickly,
iler color came .- nd went,
"But I am no* going to wait!" sho
said.
THj! END.-     -   *
Juniper Wood  to   Replace  Cedar
After a long series of experiments
conducted with the co-operation ,of
four large manufacturers, the forest
service' of the department of ngricu\;
tur'e has. reached the decision that tho
juniper is the most available substitute for red cedar for use in pencil
making. Tn pursuance' of this, arrangements are now being' made, by
some of the largest companies, for
lumber rights in the juniper lands in
New Mexico and other places., The
present output of pencils in this country amounts to 1.000,000"daily, wlii'"-
it ronniros 7,000,000 cubic feet of'wood
n vear tn allow for this production..
The "orest service and the manufacturers have been worried for some
Mme over the lumber situation. p��
the supply of cedar is diminishing
ranidlv. Hard woods could h<v use'l
but for the fact that few pencil users
ever carry sharp knives.
CANADA'S BANKING SYSTLM
SHDVYS   UP  WEL_   IN   CRISli
��������������� ^
Government Behind the Banks In Ef-
feot've Preparations to Meet All
Demands
The financial strain of threatened
and actual war, which has been so severely felt in other,countries, la being
admirably met in Canada
At a conference early this week be-
tweo" the Financo Minister and representatives of the Canadian Bankers'
Association1, tho whole situation was
carefully considered, and effective arrangements made to meet any unusual
demands on "the Canadian currency
and banking system.
The provision of most Importance
to tho genoral public is tho announcement of tho Minister of Financo authorizing payments In ' Iconic Notes instead of in gold or Dominion Notes.
In other words, tho public may continue tho usual custom ui paying
money in "bills" as wo cnll thom, ot
fn, $10, $20 or othor denomtnat.on,'. Is-
suod by onr Chartered Bunks, ns woll
as in bills issued by tho Canadian
Govorumont. Tradesman, transportation companies and all public offices
will continue to accept thoso bills, as
thoy hnvo always dono, and so far as
our currency is considered Uie war
will havo no effect.
The government's readiness to give
tho Banks any support thoy may require coupled with their own exceptionally strong position in reserves of
ready cash, should allay, any uneasiness whicli might be felt by depositors, In times of*��� wnr, as in times of
peace, the safest placo for prlvatj
savings is undoubtedly in tlie hand,
of our Banks.
'���'allest Flagpole and Largest Flag
The tallest single-piece wooden flagpole ever erected has been placed in
the Panama-Paclllc exposition grounds
at San Francisco. It is trimmed in the
shape of a hexagon, from tho trunk of
a Douglas fir tree, 240 feet ia height,
cut in Oregon: The polo is 4 feot in
diameter nt the base, 15 Inches at the
top, and weighs 35 tons. When erected
it was imbedded" ln a reinforced concrete foundation, and auchored soliu-
ly. After the cement had sot, all of
tho guy cables were removed, leaving
the great shaft without a bracing other
than Its baso. Throo largo dorrlcks
wero used iri lifting it iuto place. A
spiked ball, weighing 620 pounds, and
measuring 10 feet over all, was placed
at the apex. When the exposition ls
opened the pole will ily a -IG-fool
American flag.
This exposition flag, howovor, Is almost minute compared with tho flag,
150 feet,long and 75' toe.l wide, which
headed a procession'of nearly 5,000
persons at tho flag day exercises at
St. Louis. It was bomo by U50 men
and boys through tho principal streets
of tho city. In ordor to koop tho flag
from dragging as it was being carried,
boy,scouts took thoir places beneath
tho bnnnor and supportod its weight
on props. At Jefferson Memorial tho
flag was hoisted, moro than covering
tho cast half of the north side of the
building. It has been suggested' that
this flag be sent to San Francisco to
be hoisted on tho exposition flagstaff
on "Missouri Day."
How Flowers Are Fertilized
In order that fruit may come on our
fruit trees arid bushes, it is necessary
that the blossoms, be fertilized, and
this is carried out either by insects,
such as bees, flying to ono ilower, getting dusted with tho pollen, and then
flying to another, .where the pollen is
rubbed off, or by the wind, which
blows the. pollen from one blossom
to another, or blows the various flowers together. ��� In greenhouses.-however, where some of the choicest
fruits, such as poaches, aro grown,
this natural fertilization is impossible;
there are probably neither bees nor
wind under the glass. In order that
the fertilization may be affected, the
gardener takes either a camelhair
brush, or, for the blossoms that are
out of each reach, a rabbit's fluffy tail
tied to the end of a stick. - With this
lhe pollen is collected from one flower and dusted off on to another very
effectively, and without injury to the
blossom.
Minard's.Liniment Cures Colds, etc.
Bagpipes Under Other Names
Bagpipes aro mining" the oldest of
musical instruments, for in slightly
different forms thoy wero known to
the Chinese, Assyrians, Greeks and
Romans, centuries before Christ. They
figure upon a coin of Nero, ln modern times no country can claim a
monopoly of the instrument, for tho
Breton "bignon," tho Gorman "sachp-
felfe" and tho French ' cornomeure"
are 'all bagpipes under another name.
Carried Black Bear 10 Miloc
Carrying a black bear which had
beon caught iu his trap ton miles up-
tho1 Jordan river, J. II. S. Munro
reached ltevelstoke' oue evoning in
May, having made tho ton mile trip.
In eight hours. The bear wa3 trapped
and shot on Cottonwood "slido on the-
Jordan rlvor. It measured over seven
feet from tip to tip nnd weighed 163
pounds. Mr. Munro packed the otitire'
bear a distance of ten milos ovor a
rough trail, on his back, a romarkablo
feat of onduranco.' Ho was accompanied on his trip by F. Tillman wii.
secured somo gooc snapshots of tho
boar nlivo in tho trap. Tho 'Ekin. was
deep black and oi*: of tho, most per-
feet ovor secured in that'vlcinlty. Tho
mayor of ltovolstoko purchased tlio-
samo nnd tins luul it mounted Ufo size.
No child sh mid bo allowed to suffer
an hour fro . worms whon prompt relief can be got in a simple but strong"
romody���Motlur Graves' Worm Exterminator. .,
���B.
JESSIE  REMEMBERED
Very Itchy, When Brushed, Dandruff All Ovor, Hair Came Out in
Groat Bunches, Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment Cured
Head in Threo Weeks,
*   K.
lo Ilnllnm St��� Toronto, Out,-���"About
two yi'iirn m<i) tlniiliimlriii. Ih'kuii, My liimd
got \von>o anil wo-Im fonnt'il on It which
iniuli) It I mid In pliwiiH. 11. wiw
vii-y lt<-liy mul riivu ir.n a
m~-J .Ir-ndi-ripy to scratch It which
^ f. tnnilit It worse, I nlivnyx had ���
p towi-ariny lititwlintlit'i-iii tlio
~ f liousi.'at vuirlt or out. Wlu-n-
���^Y\ ewr I hrunlii'd niy hair It wiit
tlio ilnnilruiT nil over, Tho
lialrcamu out In great, ImiicIioh
until 1 i\m rinnrly buhl mul
whon It wm at Ha worm, It <'iimo out room
and all.
��j(,i, ; \ !!'.:...!   ':, ,   ���'      '  ~
foro. T trlrol wivi-i-al thlmri afi'T that, lm��
tlioy wito no k����<I. After nlnn mont Iih llko
this I hnd hardly any hair left wlu-n ono day
I hapjM'itwl Ut iff tho iwivrrtlA>mrnt of
Cutlnirn Honp nntl Ointment In tlio piper,
I ���sirafKlitway soul for a minplu.   Aftnr (imt
awnstllno1 With ftin ''minim Mc-m T nnnllM
toino Cuticura Ointment nml f c.o\M f<*.
*, Krcat rollrf. Aftor flnUliInK Uio namiiln I
went am! ��ot a c&ko of Cuticura Hoap and a
box of Cuticura. Ointment.. In tlirco wr^loi
tlioy lia'd curod vny lic-ul." (HlRnod) ll,
Horn, May lfl, ion.
Cutlcnri. Soap *ml Ol.itmoni do to imicti
for ji'i'ir cuiuiil'.'xl'iu'i, p d. ro'i^U l-.&ii'K a-.id
dry, thla nnd falllni. bair, and ro-i m llulii,
tli.nl It li nlnvwt rrlmliial rmt to um ti,r,n.
A ��!hrIo nt in ��iftmj mflWfnt., Bt'M c\i-r>-.
wlii-ro. Torlltx-ral fron��am|iloor��-.v!i. with
82-p. ttnnk, tf'O'l po��t-*V<l to X',,t.< r Hru���
A Chom. f'orp., H��*[it. V, tlmttm. V.��, A.
And the Worst of It Was That Sh�� Insisted on Going Into Particulars
Mrs. Goby had boon ir lior new
liotiKG a month whoa Bho rccoived a
call from airs.. Toby. Mrs. Toby wu��
lu-'coinpiiiiiuil by hor llvo-yoar-old
diiiiKliter, Jessie.
"What a beautiful houso you havo,
Mrs. Goby!" said Mrs, Toby.
"Isn't it nice?"
"It is indued,'* ropliod Mrs, Toby,
"And, do you know, I intended nallliif.
on you u rorliii|?lit iibo, but Imvo boon
so busy,"
"Oil, mamma," iilnmod tln littlo Jessie, "you did como���"
"llow dare you uilli llko that? Spoali
when you're k<m*Iioii to,'' interrupted
Mrs. Toby, coloring up,
Tours welled Into tho chlld'H oyes,
mid Mrs. Toby sympathetically said:
"Tln-.re, don't cry, littlo dour, Vou
must Imvo boot, mistaken,"
"I wasn't,'' blurted out Joiislo,
' Mitiiiinii kiioi.'kvd ovor so ninny times
and then said to mo: '"Juinu on, 1 suppose wo shall havo to i?o to lho t,x-
ponso of KtiUliip: toa In town."
The silence thnt followed was frigid.
���London ToloB.'cpli.
Practical People
A tourist found himself in a Gorman
village far out of the beaten track of
his kind. There was, however, a linden tree* in the village square. The
tree was plastered over with advertisements like this "Got Your House Fur-
nishings at Ober's," "Engagement
Rings���a Marvelous Selection���at Lieb-
ling's, the Watchmaker and Jeweller,"
"Kitchen Utensils at M tiller's," "Just
tho Place For Vour Wedding Breakfast���tho Littlo Dining Room in tho
post Hotol," and so forth. Thb stranger road tho advertisements attentively. /
"And why," askod ho, turning to a
villager who stood by ,"why is this Hn
a:i used as a.billboard?"
"Simplest thing in tho world,' replied tho 'villager. "All tho courting
couples como hero and cut their names
in tlio hark of Ihis troo. Thero right,
boforo thom are tljo addresses of the
very pooplo Hipy'llVed to sot 'om tin
in housekeeping one.e thoy decldo to
got married."���Now Y<jrk Post.
U���
Joan of Arc Statue
Tl'c base of a statue, qf Joan of
Arc Unit is to bo erected In New
York will be formed of stones from
tlio foundation of tho Koiioti' dungeon,
whero tho linrolno was inonrcora,tod.
The stones wove brought from " a
French Inpurnneo compnny aftor tlm
French government hnd failed to buy
the Uouon property to preserve it in
nion.ory of ihe horob-.o o' Franco.
Moro thnn $2r,,f)00 has been rolHei. for
tho Htatiio to bo erected in Now York.
The enthusiastic angler was telling
some friends about a proposed, fishing
trip��� to a lake In Colorado which, he
'liarl-In-contemplation* r***
"Are there any trout out there?"
asked one friend.
"Thousilnds of 'em!" replied the
angler.
"Will they bite easily?"- asked another friend.
"Will they?,Why, they're absolutely
vicious, A man lias to hide behind a
tree to bait a hook."
BUt* of Ohio, nlty of Toledo, ���   (
Lucas County, }
Prank 3. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the Ann of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doln^ business In the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said Arm wlll pay the sum of
ONE HUNDnBD DOLLARS for each
and evcry caso of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the ,use of HAX.L'8 CAT-
ARUH CUtiE.       .
FRANK   J.   CHENEY.
Sworn to before!me and subscribed ;n
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A.D.  18SS.
c   (Seal) A..W. GLEASON, v
Notary  Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure ts taken internally and acts d.'rectly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for
testimonials,   free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold  by all  Druggists.  76c.
TaKo rlall's Family PUU for Constipation.
The Sea-Horse Family L
Visitors to the Children's museum-,-
Brooklyn, have recently been entertained by the graceful "movements of
lQm_3__i_a_kors_e_s_s_vim.m.iiig_in_a,_salt_
water aquarium. They ��.re fish,    but
A Missouri farmer whose son was
an applicant for a position under the
government, but who' had beon re-
pentedly turned down, said:
"Well, it's hard luck, but Joe has
missed  that civil-service  again.    It
looks like thev just won't have him!"
"What was tho trouble?"    ���
"Oh, ho was short on spellin' nnd
geography and missod a good deal of
arithmetic."
"What's ho going to do about it?"
"I dunno," snid the farmer, "Times
is mighty hard, nn' I reckon he'll hnvo
to go back to toachin' school for a
livln'."
they look like knights of the chessboard attached as heads to coiled-up
worms'
Their horse-like heads end in a
mouth like the end ot a pipe. The seahorse watches a... tiny fiirimp until
this comes near, its mouth; then, with
a sudden darting motion, accompanied by a distinct click, it expands the
mouth-tube, placing it over tho shrimp,
which is quickly drawn it on the current of the water produced by tho
suction.
"No other flsh," writes Miss Anna
R, Gallup, in the Museum News, "has.
the strange prehensile tall, but for tho
sea-horse this organ seems to bo necessary most of tho time. When the
aquarium does not contain any weeds
or othor objects for tho sea-horse t.o
grasp, two or more animals will lock
their tails, and swim about as though
at play.
"Tho male fish takes all tho care of
tho voung. Tho female puts the eggi
into his pouch, or pocket, situated nonr
tho base of the tail, Here tho eggs
Corns canno1 exist when Holloway's hatch and the young develop until able
riorn Cure is applied to them, because to take caro of- thoTusolvos,. whon tlio
it goes  to  tho  root and  kills    the.malo expels thom from tho pouch
Garden ' Plot" Yields Strange Crop
The teachers nnd pupils at'tho St.
Paul, Minnesota, Normal school recently built a great relief map oMho-
Unitod States in tho schoolyard: Roth
instructors and students pitched in
and raised mountains and indicated ���
seas on the forty by one-lnindred-and-
twonty-foot plot. Tho cIlssos in arithmetic found many problems in marking off the boundariej by scalo and in
determining areas.-
With  pickaxe  and    shovel,    shore  '
lines,   river, basins,    and    mountain
ranges  were  brought  into  relief on .
the, predetermined scale of five Inches
to a mile. Developing each square'with
regard to its neighbor demanded team
work and many references to charts.
Many problems  for , tho    geography,
classes were easily solved   with   the
map.
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
Trapping  a   Coyote
�� The coyote is one of the sliest and
lr rdest of all fur bearing animals to-
trap, He delights in digging-up traps,
springing them, eating the bait anu
otherwise disturbing the set without
getting caught. His sense cf smell is
very -.cute. The best way to trap him
is to build'a bonfire over the set after,
the traps havo been properly placed.
Throw ?nto the embers somo bacon
rinds, chicken bones or, better, yet,
bones of sage hen or grouse: Tlie coyote habitually searches about camp-
fires for stray bits oL meat and is
.thece-less���wary,���The-fire-obliterates���
the traces of the set, eliminates the
l.'acks and smell of a human being,
and tbe odor, of the burned meat will
attract him from a long distance. He
is more likely io walk into the trap
thus disguised with the remnan\.of
a camp-fire than any other unless you
h"vo a carcass literally surrounded
with iraps with a severe winter oh and
no other carcasses within mi.os.���W.
F. Wilcox.
growth.
Likes It
Miss Good rich--I hear your husband
la a great, lover of tlio noKlhotlc.
Mrs, Nurlcli'���Oh, yes! lie tali on ono
overy timo he getH a tooth pulled.--
fM *m fViVil    (Mi '*, ti'i ''^III
Lawyer���Tho croHB-oxnmlnatlon did
not Boiiin to worry you. Have you had
iwjv provfouc experience?
Client���Six children,���Tll-llltn.
MnHtor .-Whnt milton the tinny cry
po, :>llle?
Small NnlHn���Oh. h�� got fussy be-
causo I tried to open IiIr mouth wide
with your glovo Htrotclier.���1'onn Stnto
Froth.
Hampton���ninwlililow told mo IiIh
f-uriily h\ a very old one.. Th*-> \M;ro
one of the first to como across,
llhrjik.: The grower toM me yciter
day 1 ii lit now tlicy are Uio ln��t to como
ai -rbsH.���JudRC.
Seed Merchant (giving Information)
���I Bhould Hay a foot between tlie
raddlRh nnd onion rowH, would bo
quite sufficient.
Prospective Amntnnr Hardener���
Think ho? I think- I'll bo on llm mife
sido and nllow three or four feot. I
don't wnnt the radl-l.es to have a
boiiHtly onion IIavor.---London Opinion.
The Frenchman did not llko llm
look of thu barking dog bnrrlng Ills
wny.
"It's al) right," mild his host; "don't
you know tho proverb, 'Harking dogs
never '.ito'?"
"Ah, yon,1' fiald tho Fronehmnn, "l
know zo provorbo; you know zo pro-
vorbo; Imt zo dog���dooB lto know zo
proveriiui
"Ma, bettor lock up the bathroom
and got out tho old woodon tubs."
"Why, pa-"
"And hide tho phonograph and
those $7 records.
"Wir  K(i(>iUii-r.h   liniU-n���
"And whllo you'ro at it you'd better
put awny your fancy dlshoR and get
out IhoBO old bluo things you hato
so,"
W. e> U. Wl
(low miiiiy peopl* live on the reputation     they    mlf!lU   have    made.--
HiAiJf ,s.
"Whnt'B getting Inlo you, pa?"
"We've got a few summer hoarders
rnmfnir hero frnm Hie rlfy, nnd we've.
pot to glvp Vm tho sort of country life
thoy expect,"
Wlien Mon^y Took Wlngj
Comedian���!��M th<�� ghost w-.lk?
Joiihrette���-No;  It was nn nvlnrln.i
i coiiiedy, tiliA tlie shout llow -after tho
j first week.���KxrhanRc.
"Hns that young mnn glvon you nny
encouragement?"  asked   tho mother.
"Yes, ho did lnst night," said, tho
sweet young thing.-
"Good!    What, did  he say?"
"Ho asked mo if 1 thought two could
livo ns choaply as one,"-���Daltlmoro
Newo,
Thn man from the city wns Inspecting tho country .bonrdlnp houso with
tho Idon of spending tho summer
thoro'-wlth his family, "Of courso," ho
began, 'yoii\hnvo nienty of pure milk
nnd tlu. bent butlor in tho state on
vour tnblo."
"No."
"KroRh hoof nnd lnmh. ovory dny,
killed on the promises?"
"I hain't." ,     ,
"All /Inila of vegetahlett In ahund-
nnoo, large orchard of choloo fruits;
cultivated berries pickad ovory morn-
ln<.?"
"Sny, mister! Tf T hnd r'\ them
things ni this form I wouldn't have
to tako boarders,"
"Thon vour wlfo didn't onjoy hor
trln to Nlngnra?"
"No; tho minuto sho riiw that rushing water Rho began to wondar If flhe
bruin" como nwty from homo ond
left tho faiicot running."���Plttsburf
Pont. 	
Profane Dancing
Harriet noochor Stowo.rocordR that
in her giriiiood siio and in��r fiimida
',..,-���_ lu Am ro n Jljr rnt Wort "Co to the
Devil and Shake YourRolf." Thin danco
must have enjoyed a long npoll of popularity. Tho f.rst Duko of lacking-
linn) and Canilos was Indignant when,
deigning to nttonr. an nRsomnly hall
(it Aue.ft'.iJiti, l.io i��^i��*-..��i 'v>i' - *���''������:''-'
addroRfiod to a local rector's wife, met
with tho roply. "Oo to tho Doylt and
Shako Yourself!".. Ho complained to
tho rector, and It then trnnfiplred thnt
tho lndy, who wan Romowhnt dear,
thought his grace had nnkod her what
dnnee wns then being played. This
Incident occurred In 17&K. and twenty
yenra Inter Hrnhhe, In hlR "Tales,'
jinlmndvertP on n bookseller for Mocking tho muRic of a dance with rucIi a
profane   title.���Manchester Courier.
Meeting Mrs, Spider
In  "Insect  Biographies With  Pen
and Camera" tho author pictures the
plight of the unlucky fly who has 'entered Mrs. Spider's parlor;
It is struggling lo oscapo from ,lho
unexpected net which In somo mysterious manner has suddenly onvolop-
ed It whon a croaturo of torrlblo aspect hastily rushoR out upon tt, Eight
bond-like oyes glnro wildly upon tho
terrified tiy. A largo, hairy and bristly
flngor-llko palpus on each side of this
appalling faco wavos and flourishes
with angry monaco In the. air, apparently qulvorlng with malignant gloo.
"'lion ono of those combed and clawed foot Ib strotched toward tho hapless prlRonor, and tho thrends that
hold the llv nro Riiddnnlv tlghtoned up
ns tho mdtiRtor pulls thom together.
Thon tho RplnnerelR ojoct n shower of
Rllkon strands over tho Ily. and It Is
Rpun round and round on tho thrends
thnt hold It until nt lnst 't Ir securely
onvolorod, still nctlvn, In silken bonds.
Wl e.'e r mtlment Stops
Mary Johnson In her hook, "Hagnr"
'.ian Mrs. Oroon, ono of tho characters,
r
Artistic Temperament Cured
It will be novs to many of ier myriads of admirers to hear that that
noble artist Titlens "used to suffer-
from a had temper, and,in theso oui-,
burstr. sho folt a stronfe doslro to
smash anything that camo handy."
How'Titiens was ultimately cured of
tho habit Mr.-Ganz relates h his reminiscences; "She vas sitting nt suppor
after a concert in a provincial town
when tho manager mndo somo romnrlc
which annoyed her. As usun , she took
tho ilrst thing that camo to hand..a.
soda water bottlo and flung It nt'him, .
The matin, er was sitting, nt the tabu
with his back to the window. Tho (bottle missod bim, smashed through th3
window and nearly killed a cnsunl
panscrby. This, snid Titiins, gnvo he.
such a shock that sho was completely
c rol of hor fall Inc. "���Pall Mall Gnz-
otto.
!>	
pet ter a foggy present than a misty
past
eply to tho liorolno's wlili that sbo
could mako monoy hy saying; "It
nln't so oi iy for women to mako
monoy. There's moro ways thoy can't
thnn thoy can. It's what thoy civil
'Hontlmnnt' flghtfi thom. Sontlmont
t'n't mind thoir being Industrious, hut
!'' draw* tho lino at their getting
monoy for It."
Frprhmnn - -Why don't, they wear
-atcheR with full"droRR? I
Dormlto���No ono could got thom
both out at once.���Columbia Jester.
������nooB goat'n milk mako good but-1
i       ,MI
^ "it does If It takes after tho goat"
-"Boston Transcript.
Knglltihipan���Tho nufTrni.r-tt.ofl Rnlut-
ed tho prime mlntRtor this morning.
American���Did tho   flro twontyono
guns?
Kngllshman���No; housei.���Llfo.
Every woman hau a tc ulcr spot: it
mny ho In hor heart or it may bo on
her too.
IM   I ,-���--  ���
A'ftor some men stnrt they nre too
lazy to stop.
:!
Birds
Tlio ilrst "birds" woro iot. much llko
thoso of tho present timo, Tho ptor-
odnctvl, supposed to bo ;ho .doneorol
bird lifo, was .i ,:reat fonthor winged
monster, with groat spoars n tho
hinges of the wings and a mouth full
or sh.rkllko teotli', Tho pterodactyl-
did not sing, and could wo havo soon
b'M wo w.-uhl not havo folt llko singing oursolvoH, Truo birds, anl osnec-
tally tho warhlora, nro very Into in gen-
logic time. Thero woh no bird melody
In tl i carboniferous junglos, Tho sing,
orn, In all probability, did not grently
i.i'.tcdato tho human race,���Now York
niorluan.
Hands That Mnke Beauty ,
Tho fnthor of Snlnt Gmidons, tho
sculptor, was a pool maker and put
the minio oiitlniHltiHiii Into making a
good boot that hiu boh put Into model
Ing Htatuas. Millions- are Bpent on
palntingR and i sulpturoR, hut Just in
many mllllotiR aro spout on othor productions of lho human hand nnd *3inlii
Thoy may not ho classed iir works of
art, yot they aro tho beautiful handicraft of mon and women, Tho pro
('.nets of tho cabinet niakora of tno
olghtooiith. century, tho weaving of
tho Hindu men nnd womon sinco lao
days of tho Arabian Nights, tho,
laces ami tapestries worked by poai
.- i      ...    ,,,    ..-,.!    Hi.   f,r,->nHpnn
Ulll t-Ul*>,  ����Un^  tJ,   i|l.l.i....-JI   i.'*'-        *
of the potter, thn hrnHRimirigor, tho
ironmonger, tho printer and tlio hook,
binder woro wrought by Joyful workers, and millionaires compote witli
kings to poasoflJ thom.���Boston Globe.
Not  Whliiky
Ma--You'vo boon'drinking! smoll
lt In your breath,
Pn���Not ^ rop. l'vo beon oatlntf
frog's logs. What you smoll ii tho
hop,���Harvard Lnnr.poon.
"Is Jlggsmuch of a golfer?"
"His form  U very   poor,    ut hi*
arithmetic Ib excellent."��� BulfaloKx-
pruiiu.
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It' easy to gauge a man's Intelligence. Draw him into a discussion,
nnd If ho agree*, with yon 'Vs sensible S  ���������*-f~  NOTJOK u horoby Riven' thut apph-  ealieri will ho'mado to tha Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria for n  "license to soil li������uor by wholesale upon  Aho promises aituaiitd on J.ot 6, Jilock 15,  Ou.iibatliuul Townsito, Cumborland, 15. 0  '.OULI UUSSATTO,Applicant.  D..ted this \at day of October 1913.  NOTICE ia herpby giveu that on tho tirst  day otDjo'in'iar uuxt applic&tiou will be  mu'do to tho Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria, for the renewal of tho hotel lioanau to soil liquora by retail it. toe  hotul knowu as tho'L irnu'hotv., Bitmitod at  Comox, B'{0. Gkuuuk M. lUuunv  DaUmI Octolxjr I, 1918.  NOTICE is hereby giv������n .that on the  first day of November 1914, application  will be made to the .Superintendent ot  Provincial Police, for a renewal~ of ike  wlule>alc hqu ir license 'upon the premises kuown iisJLol 24, .Subsection,!, Nelson District.  l'ti.suM-)R IIrkwino Company.  Ditlcd September ju, 191.4  ���������������������������-*-_. ' lJ[?i>???SiJ^B������aLAKD;  SSITSSH  COLUMBIA: ���������  *"*''N������*a������a"---~^W.J������������^^ hrnr|B t      ||u     .       -        ^       - ��������� .  . u_|   Ps  ���������of British Columbia, itd,--  rig;- _������-_,-'.���������____  NOTICE id oereby yivoa Uiat oii tho  flrut cUy of Decouilwr noxt application will  bo undo to tlio SuiNiriutoitilent ���������������_ IVnvia-  cud I'uhce, ViotoiiK, for thoro'ie.tulof t,h������  liott] liceouo to st 11 liquors by letaHiu th.  hoUl know ii������ tho WiUou hot������], MtuAtoii  at Uuim Bay H.O.  A i.FUi'i) lUpim Hok.xo-  Dated SopUuilwr, _8,191-1  NO 1'IOK is kecoby given that ou the  fhtit day of Doooialw nextappliwit'oo^will  be mado to thb 8npo; tntendui.t of Provin-  oinl Polico, Victoria, for a _������mowal of tlie  liutei Ik������ni>o to sell liquors by retail in  Ui������ hotol knowu u.. the Uniou'boiel. s'it^.  11 ate at Uwiu*. B.C.   John N. McLbod  Dakd SepUmibw, 28, 1914-   ,  THE S. S, COWIOIIAJV   WILL'SAIL AS (UNDER  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Routr  Leaves Comox, Suiulay, 4 p. ___,.._ Tuesday u p, nr  Leaves Union Hay. Sunday, 5 p. ur;... Tuesday, 12 o'clock, noon  For Denman Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver,  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday aud Monday, 8 pm  For Nanaimo, Union Bay aud Comox.  Subject to change without-notice.  ������  J.   TS.   KcLKOD    ; P.-noPniETo  N .WICK is boieby given *,hat on- tlio  fh-ft day of D.������eui<><U' next, application  will bo uiailo to tho. finpuriutoudont of Hio  Piuvincial Polico,'Victoria, for tho renew  nl of tho hotel liceuse to uell liquors by  retail in tlio hotel kniown ne the WvO^huS  Stopping Place, 'nitaste at Oyeter River,  in the Provinca of I5ri������i<h Columbia.  Akki'kWoodiil's.  DitoilSoptembar^S; _9U.  English 4 x BURTON alwuye on tap also, Mie f&moug MILWAUKBE  RBER.S���������Aulienscr, Ifektxuian, BoMte, &<���������.. "OLD GRKY MA.KD"  SCOTCH WHISKY,        'Bast Wines and Liquors of all kinde.  Thn tfoardtog and Lodging Dupirtm.<mfc. under tha immedJulo suparuilwideoce  will bit (oui-.d Pint ������losii in every re������peut>A  ^RATEB,'  tfl .00 p������r day, and Up  itwran.-^ iiuawwiiubi wh  KO.TIOE is hereto giyen   tuixt o������   tiie  flr_t day of December ni-xt applibutiou will  bo mndo to tho .Sujrt>riiitetvtl������int ol Provincial Police, Victoria, for the renownl of, tlie  liott-1 licmii-o ;o sail liquors by retail in the  hotel knowu ng tho Nftlaon hotol, situated  al Union 15ny, 15.0. John. Fjiaseu.  Duted Soptembot, 23, 1914  CANCELLATION OF RE-.  '     ��������� SERVE.       ,a"   -  NOTICE IS HEREIIY-.GIVEN thai  the reserve, the notice of which appeared'm the 11. C. (.-.mte on the 27th d.iy  of December, 1907, h cancellcd'm so fur  as it relates to ihe 'followlp.y parcels of  land:���������the \V. 1 2 of the S. E. 1-4, tl.e  -S. \V. i-4 unci the S. 1 ������ of tin*. N. W.  1-411 est of the river in Section 4; the S.  E. 1-4,'thcS. E. 1.4 of the S.' W. 1-4  and thc^N. E. 1-4 m Section 5: the S.  1-2 of the S. E. t'-.| in Section S; the S K.  1-4. ihe S. \V. 1.4 -,.nd the H. ,.-. ���������| i|1(.  X, E 1-4 in .Section .6; nnd the E. ui  of the b. E 1-4 nnd N, 1-2 in Scciion 21,  all in Township 3, S.iywuul District, and  the N. E. 1 4 of j he N. IC. 1-4 in Sjc-  tion 32; tbe TH YL 1-4 of the S W 1 4 ;md  the N W 1.4 anclNT 1-2 *f the N E 1-4 in  Section jj; the N t-a of the N W 1-4  a'nd the N 1.-2 of the N K 1-4 in Section  34; and ihe S N2 mid N \\' 1.4 of the N  W 1-4 in Scciion 35, all iu Toirmhip 6,  S.iyivard District,  The said hunA. will be open far entry by  prc-euipiion on Mond&y, th������ 18U1 day of  hlny ui the hour of 9 o'clock in the fors-  noon; all applicaiiom lo bu mude at ilio  oflice of the Government Ajjent,. Vancouver. No Pre-cmpiion Record shall  incliule more than 40 acres of land ex-  cqpt 111 case* whare it iii desirable lo include small fractional portions of legal  .Subdivfsinnis; information in winch con  nectiJon may bc obtaino'd from plans on  view at the abni.e mentioned Ai>ency.  ' K.'A. RKNW'lCK'"  Deputy Mioister'of Landj,  Lands Department,- Viuioria, 11. C,  Febi-uary nth  1914.   ���������  ^^sffiim^mMm^smmL]  LIQUOIi,ACT 1910.  Section 42. ��������� ���������  NOTICE Is hereby given  that  one    . month from      , dale,  application   will be ' iniulo to. tho  Superintendent of Provinciiil  pbl  ice for 3. -licenso-' for the "isale'   of  liquor hy  wholeaalo in   and  u^>o|i  tho premises BJii.iuteci in :_the tovvn  i1,_-Jlift ilmttiYA  NOTICJC it horoby givon that on tho  flr.stdayol Dvoombei* noil, applionton will  bo mndo bo tlto SwiiorinUndeiit of Proviuoial  Polico, Viotorin. far tho reuewal at Uio ho  11  i(ft HccRse to k>ll Ik-juora by retail in tho  liotel known as ,t<ho Uveraidu howl, Hitiutcti  ftk(joiirtotiay, 11. 0. 0, H.'Pkcukuu.  D.tod Sopletubor 23, ION.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kviry convenience for guests.  Tbo Contial Hotol for Sportsuioii  None, but tho I5������st o( Wines and Liquors  tl U:������ War.  tt ATCS  R(SAS(������NABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  rams  Better,  Cheaper'Than Most Dairy Feeds '  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors  N\NAlMO, B. C.  CANCELLATION   OK RK~  S'ttRVE,  NOTICK IS IlIi:KEltIrClVT~  EN that the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in the Brifish  Columbia Girzettc on the 27th  day of December, 1907, is cancelled ftr so far as it relates to  lands covered by Expired Timber Iwiconse No. ,42936 and  known hs Lot No. 37.J, Saywnrd  District; and that the said lairds  ���������will be opened for staking for  pre-omption as uusurveyed lands-  irr compliance with the provisions of the "Latut Act" at 9  o1 clock in the forenoonon Tuesday, August 11, 10,14. For  lji!$.v^jwp������wi^a_a^^ information  apply to the  C. H TARBELL  mm*r *******  *i**t>***\ m*f\Mk\*f+i*aiw*������i *t'������mW'W'i**im*Vm*+mm������t*  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KJTCHKN l!UTENSILS<  Spoilsmen* Goods  and  General Hardware  mmmmm*mmm*mmmimm*mm-mWmmmmmimmiMtt*Wmm _innw���������i mtmmm  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNKR:  aim������.  NOTIOK iH hnrohy pivon that  tho paruiprfihip huretofow exlstinp  between John Thomnon and Arthur Denton luiilor thu firm nnmo  nml ptyJuof thg U, 0. (iar������������K0, car"  rying on bushiesi ftt Oumluirlatul,  \L 0,, was on lho 17th day of July,  1DI-J, duly il.jieolvmj hy jnntiml  foiiflHiit. Tin' 4������, V., GiirftRQ i������ now  HiUdf fMviw*,; ii!.>l *vill JiMicrfnrfli  in ������������������\Midtu!c! ���������-���������;/ nJ'ihti TluiiiiMj;i.  All iluW'.-p ,-tn.iMcii������if4 jireviouo to tlui  ���������dub*, ti d}*.\dn7iou, crv payable to  A r 'Hi uir.l 'i'*'' '<>'��������� ���������  OitfeS AiyjvfV-i, lf)M.  tJ. 0. liarngc.  (Tovernuieut Agent, Vancouver,  through whoso oflice all wppll-  catious must he made,  U., A. Rknwick,  ,  Deputy Minister of Lauds,  Linds   Dopaitment,   Victoria,  U. CM June io, 1914,  NOTICK.  {  Scvilt'd tondiM'fl will bo nt<oived  hy tho Miuistor of Lands not hi  tor than noon on tho 7th day of  August, IUM, for tho pnrclinso nf  Liconso X 241; to cut 400,000  ft'or. of timhor on nn nn������ti iwlinJn.  \no> \M 174, U\\\c VMdrs I.i������fJ,  Sayward DiHtrict, Ono year will  ho Allowed for lho romovnl of tho  timhor.  iMrrthor piirtittiilJirs 01 tlio Chiof,  ForoRtor, Victoria, B, C,  LOST Oil STOLEN fiom Xa.  7 Uopot, penl1* liio.yi'lo. phitod  rime, straiplit !mi<illt-*Uiv; had-  whw'l hits ir������o wheel lm'* hviikc,  two patchois on Dunlop lire.1! mi  liaek whool. No mutijimml on  front wheel. luforniiitioo in K,  Ih'onlrinl). No. *��������� Mini.*, ex to .Li--..  Ward,  City l*olico, Ciuiihcrland,  SLIMMER SCHEDULE.  Trains will arrive at Cumber^  land from Union Jliiy at S.fJO on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  evenings, and will leave for Union  liny Wodnesday, and Friday at 7  in tho morn ing, and on Saturday  at 5,30 in tho overling. Tlioro i.  no change in tho   S. S. Coiviolmii  died uio.  NOTIOK  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking nny hloeks  timlwr or wood, of any doRcripliodn  jolonging to tho Wellington Col-  dory Uo'y., or from or off tho land  of tho said Oompnny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company'*  land will ho proiwritwl to tho full  cutout of thn law,  *     J. U. I.(')OKARI).  (ioiioriil Manager,  Colliery Oo,y,  NOTK.M5,  (tiding on loooiuotivi'S nnd   rail  way cars of" tho  Union  Oolliory  Company hy any pomm   or  \mr-  sons���������except lain crew���������id utrictly  prohiHtod.   Employees ''re suh-  iec to cJisnuuHiU for allowing Mini-  Uv order  T. V..  T.O'TAP.r*  at* '  Gejicral Manure.  Wood  IN THE CO WY COURT OF  NANAIMO IIOLDI'M, \T\  NANAIMO,  IN TIIK MATTER OF   Ileary  ���������Riclmi'iisuii Shiilt/;, deweeod,' in ���������  to*tnte, lato of. Btrandbv, Rupert  Dist'uiot, Ii. C ."���������������������������'  AND  IN TIIK MATTER of the "Ofiicial Administrators Act,"  TAKF NOTlCUMiat by order of Uk Honor Judge lkito.",  mndo on the 30th dayof June  19H. I, "was ftppouiUid Ad--,  ininistrator of tho Kstata of th**  tthovo-Hiontioned dectms^d. nnd nl!  parties having dainia against llu*  said estate-ni*o'hereby rtipiired in  furnish satin., properly voi'iiied,>to  nie on ur before tho loth dayof  July 19L-1-. AND all parties indobted to said estate, are ro-  ijuired to pay the Hino'uutot! thoir  indebtednos* to 1110 forthwith.  -   Dated   this 10th  day of June  im.,  W, WBSKV WlI-LARl),  'Otiieittl Administrator,  Cumberland, B. C?  CANCKLLATION' OF RR- ,  .SERVE.  NOTICE LS HEREBY QIV-  KN that the reacrve of forcfih.wa!  and of the coal   uuder   the   ������&,  fronting on Nelcon   and   Nevv-  castle Districts, notice of which  appeared in the E.   0, -Gazette  on-the 6th dtiy of January, 1910.  is cancelled.        '  R. A. Rk-n'wjck,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department;-  Victoria,  B. 0., 23rd June, 1914..    a   .  '������&0&<yA'yx  ?'W&7���������������������������:���������*:aa ,-..-.-. -,.-  .    ������������������^WW-''    yy;Y '   ;v   '  t.usuiwf-���������<���������&!*��������� 1. ������������������; ��������� -..--.'.,'. ���������     ,-'     a  UiW,^.;,' ���������> sti.-.,���������.;-������ ������>���������������������������������,..���������.������,V.v 'a. ��������� -iv,-, ������������������  i.VMlKiav*i'V.'. -. -ifTji.-'. '������'..!'  to������fc-o,. vfiiuii t. .'��������� -\ j.- ���������"/' 'A������ c������. ->.-   ���������. ,.  ,   t>*'������tfs jih>������,t.Uw..'-' -vtt..... c*V m..'.;.������   * ���������  t>i*.av:lmux, vuitisut uk -x^i^ mtt-.i   >������ ���������-  of Courtenay, I'i. C," known and  described as Lota 30 and 31, ,Sec-  vidn;61. ���������  Dated ibis loth day oof   April,  1U14.  ' UNION BREWING CO JI PANY  Ltd.  Conrad Rt-ilel,  Applicant  LIQUOR 'ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  NOTICE is  horoby  given Hint,  on tho l.l dav   of December next.  * ii '  application will bo made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence  to kill liquor by rotnil In the hotel  known as tne Malaapinu Hotsl,  filtrate at Lund, in the Piovinceof  BriirBh Columbia.     ,  .Baled this 3rd day of October,  10U  FRED THULIN  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section -12.  M  r$.-y/���������.���������-������������&.<*  NO'i'it'-i; to rn:- j la-ati,  No. S Mi::<e'Schoc:  LAND REGISTRY   AOT.  JNTHE _aAITEJi_fi___ii__AJt  plication for a fresh Oertificatr  of Title to Section. 5 Goinox  District. "  NOTICE is hereby' given of  my intention-at the expiration ol  one Calendar month from the  first publication hereof to issue a  fresh Certificate of Title in Lieu  of the Certificate of Title issued  *���������  to Thomas Bcecroft Ussher La-  con ou the 31c! day of September  1891, aiid numbered 1-2567 A,  whicli has been lost.  DATED at the I.aucT' Registry Office, Victoria, K CA, this  23rd day-of June 1914.  . S. Y, Wootton  Registrar General- of- Titles.  '1 be cbtquet ur <;w '.ISctUn of dep- * '���������,>. oi  unsuccessful ttiuiercrs will )>'' ruiurr.'.'d  lu then upon i\\<& exccuitoa bi Xi.c  contract.-  Tent1 ers srill not lie considered ������c*!__������  mude out on tha-'forms supplwd, sij^ne-u  witli ihe actual sigiiriuirc of Uu*  icniJej-  er and   eaclwcd iii' the flnvoloy������ts fura ���������  ijfeeil.  ., 'J'he io������Oht er any lender not ncccsiar  ily accepted.  J. K. GRIFFITH,  Deputy Minister .-Hid J'wl.'r "V.oii.-g  lTntyiiicci; Depunmem ofPisolic Wor1-."-,  Victoria, Ii. C, April 0^,191^,  ������)yb mj'i'6  ���������^^'f^!^^������������������l^<^^>JC���������<!rlf^^f/lV'^>:>  ^QV fiilT'tl  'V  9J  0  U|  for tlie lAAh waj^ou  4  NOTIOK, is' horeby given thai,  on the lut day ol ^December next,  njiplioation will ho mud'* to thn  Sitpi'.iiucndont of Provinei'U Police for renewal of tho hotel liconeo  to null liquor by retail in the hold  known nsitlm Willowv llolid, witn*  atii nt Camplell River, in Iho I'ro-  vini'o of Britlidi Columbia,  Dated thip Isltli day of October,  1UH.  CI1ARLKS Till;MX  A[)pli(!iint  NOTIOK  oui iviiril i.4i)il om nut  D.iiliCi, lit   ,"*!������) ������..������t������l  LIQUOR  AOT, 1910  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby jjiven thnt,  ou the u.nth day ol May ueNt.  application will bc made to ilie  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the granting- of a license  For the nnlc of liquor hy reUil in  aud upou the premises to he con-  Ktnictud in aecwid.uice with llu*  plims and .specilicitious to be tiled with the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, aud to he  known as the Pier Hotel, and to  be situate at or near tho govern  ment wharf nt Royston, Nelson  District, Bvititsh Culmuhiu, upon  the lands described as Lots ao  and 21 in l'lock hi ol* tiie Subdivision of part of sections ,\  and  6 A.  '.    Dated this ist day   of   April,  j-9''1*  j   1( JJAIU'.V JUUiNti.  Applicant.  with the Green L'ox  FRESH luILR AND  ' FARM PRODUOhA'  ^    Our llilk is the pixwHct  -       of Die Hcst I'cd Cows  i'RESll    MILK  Delivered moriiinf;^ ov-nit!'.'  . MARUVA  t.-i  4t  %  *  Ki*  t  ��������� I.  MAHUVA %  filVE-US YOUR NKX.T OV  DER   FOR JOB   PKIHTINO,  i  <f) Now ih the time to phi:i*.  w your <ii',ier for SLAji  W(M������D  TAKK NOTICK ihn". Ji<Hi*i l>./n ������f  ijii|)(ii- viihU'i'. Miiuii, I; <;, *������cnjjuiioii(  fni'iiicr, iiit mln to ii|<, lv fnr  |i. nniM-init rbif  l > p'jji*hfii r thi- niJI'iivii'i. i'f������.(:ril oil IiuhN: ' /���������  l'������<niiitin(!iii|.r ftt n <���������*'���������.' i'ain!eil t"it i-lini ������ [  cunt of llym-inth Lake, 0.1 bnti ot V,V L.'-.������  Violin  Siiin^;,,  Talking mu-  ..Hi-.- -nr!   \rifl^r J? ..v..;-.l  Aq at the NcWri' office.  la.)  t'fl  M  ?'' "0        r;  ���������I "  h,*..:.!'.  Fiom Tlit*  Star Livery Stables |  CImiiiNii. 171, U.ui.o..t,M.-ll.������ii,.w..*u.,SKWjN.ri   MACIIINKS    RK-  nl'i������m of lii'ai!; tliinii"- i1J1n.tr 'Ai-oio >A In.y  i'i   .". Bonlli-iBHtoilj  iUrii'ti'������n.   fnii'li'i'Hi lAIKlVll  If  I L'Ml 1 S     lu   th:-   ]!'".iTM-i:'Lii'I   Ol     ��������� U'ljll'., ~~"  I;-1 Uf .Instill Hirr I'ii*- i:r. liu'i :l)i.'i:i--n-i',i       Till' Siu������i*r A;;<-i:l     i*.-    .inv.l'ld  ' .in j.iicunji'auii br,, iiii i ii'iin-i 10 u ii-' "'��������� ������������������verv mouth.  c<iniiiii^i}i:riii|-ij%. mul oii.t \ln,)>fj live I.M  Hi'.'::.  iollh-r, and they win \>u attendud  i������(  (���������JO TO���������  HUGHMlTOaMI,;":  FO.ll   \A)\Al  Genl BSacKsmithing  ���������A.M.)   -  Horseshwing  TLiird Bv.      Gfttul>vrJvA4     1.  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Y/oik-; ui.i to iioo-a &i  ���������i  'l*uc*d:������y,  tbo it,:h >'���������'y i-*AVi'.������' ivjuyo;,  ibv evtctuin snd - ���������)s.k;,!'.:������m A ; :���������.������������������.'-  ���������.cva; ���������;.lmul-lii''i*'". nAN" f h���������������������������;", .,.:-.-  ukfli*'"-,' ���������,) lur. '���������'.'.civ"���������.'-.'���������.', '���������.',-,. 7i .!.-',;...���������  I'l.'ii,.-!, bj);.-i.i',J-.-^*.ii:. -, '.'u, '/...  forui's..ot lender may be se.:ii hi an_. ,!���������  t-r the 1st day of ; Vty.  1914, n t the - ffi'c c r, 1  iir. J. Uaird, Government A.i;':-!1.*, 7iu>t-  bwlaud, ti. C.; .Mr. A. J. S������f-heS*iiiwii,  Stforot-aiy oi ih* 'JfciioA Vlvirft, 'Jimpbar-'  ihA^; &.- G,*j *jsA ' \kti Jft������jWfT������ttM>v3i: cf  P-LbBs ff &>fo fa&ijBii  . By  _ppft(*Jd������������)   t*   fiw   laH^a^'v^,  coulrftctiws ������i������y o^fiiHra  Miyiy-. ������������t  Sftjc  plans mi A b per. iflsafMiws- i������r tiie we*s.0f ���������  '  ten dollar. '$'������}, ytiliitA tfS^bf rafiwiikiti  on rQtvi-jiu.'jf **aim In ffOfli atAiz.  li;ich jjsvj^iKfiil ji������Mt b* acc^mjunsie^   .-  by fin a*'c.e^u;C!  Uu*k ftHcijM *x   cf������n%S-     ,J  cale ofd������pa������i.t o������n a rji'aiiftrcd  ba-A: 9. -  Canada. m������ilc'p-if Able  to i'mu   Hiw;'���������>*.r-  ablc l|io'..risi>t������- of Publit WoiJfS, Cur *a    , *  nm,. cqusvL i* J9 p������r coin of vbe-1*0������������������'���������;:;.  wbich ������b:ill he furfeitad if 'Ait fjit':yi;rj-  deri.Rj; dc-.ci'u:^   ic -nvAet   'ww o'*t������:j-V. ,  v/ben culled upon to'ilii'" io, o.'v;"' lie l;.i   '  io c.CAri'.ftaMz   ibe    work cwirtJftctod   lb; '"  '- i\  A; td Mny '/.Hi, MA  rives in town.  i  1  \ir#������ -mw >'K\V������i".IM'.i:.^ r<A-  'SAO.  AT Till**! 0"KIC'K ^5 THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  A  Real  Ltyer   Glmulntlon  HOLD WATCH FREE.  k itrhlf.htf<Kwd fan oro ct  c(Ter   (run   mi   MtublUhod  Ann.    We art ilrinit ������vr*y  MftWhot   to   ihou������Mid������    t>(  twvipu, ������U o ofer   Um  vcrld    u     ft?   hur*  fciiysttlwunant,     Now  tn    your   <_tu������t������    to  obtain (>iw.     Wrltft  now,    enoloelru    M  emit* for on������ of   our  f a*hlou*hU  L h d 1 i t'  U-mc      Oimrilfl,     or  G*nti\? Alburtu,   l������������t  cMvlmm pnlJ U wom,  >tih tho w������toh, which  will   b������   rlrwi    Freo  (.heat    wtlctiM     tr*  tuamntowi fivnytAti),  ( ahould 'you  Uio ad*  vinUi*o of out xnnrvtiU  f trot   o&r.     17*   erp*ftt   rtra   to   tell   your   friends  t^ont   tu   and   thow   them    th������ st**Qtlful    ivkich.  Dtm't think'tiilo oflw too tood to he\trna. tint wnd  i C5  centi  to day  itnd  rain   V Knu1 Wntch.    Yon  ' n-ill U ftWwed.-WlU.lAM8  A' L14Y1>,   Wbyleul������  ', ?rrrpUori (Uept. li������), 83, Cora wai 11a Itcad, Loudon, ii^  1  How "Ml Calms the Waves  An impression prevails that greac  quantities of oil are requ: a to calm  tjje sea, but Prof. Kay Lankester of  'England lUj-gesta that a pint of oil  an hour wlll secure a zone ol calm  water around a ship sufficient for the  safe launching of small boats. According to this author ty, nine pints  of oil are sufficient to calm a square  mile of water; and, incredible as it  may appear,'ono drop will calm seven  square feet. The oil spreads out ovo:*  the surface of tho uea in a film which  has the almost unimaginable thickness of two-millionths of a millimeter,  yet It holds in leash the mighty power  of the ocean. When this film of oil  spreads over tho surfaco, the heaping-  up uction of tho water, which results  hi, the fornialicn first ol ripples and  thon of waves, cannot tako place. Tho  thinner the film tho gronto. ia Its effect in i -.illing down 'ho crests of tho  waves ; nd' making a lower wave line,  free from break.  That all londin-; nntlons are preparing to mako tlio use of oil t-t sea compulsory is indicated by the London  Hoard of trade's statutory rules ana  orders regarding life-saving appliances  on vessels. Tlie rules now provido  that, In all classes of foreign-going  snips, lifeboats shall bo equipped with  ono gallon of oil, and a vessel of approved pattern for dl&trljuting It in  rough weather. Tlie calming action of  oil on tlio water has been mathematically demonstrated.  In nearly evory Instance whore oil  is used on the great lakes tlie captains let it drip through the waste  pipes both forward and aft. Sonic of  the masters claim excellent results  from dripping oil through a s..ort piece  of deck hose run through lho hawser  pipes or chocks, forward. Many lake  men think that these two methods are  as efficient as the use of oil bags, and  are much easier' to put into operation.  ���������Harold' Waters, lu Leslie's.  KEEP CHILDREN WELL  DURING HOT WEATHER  Every mothor knows ) ow fatal-the  hot summer months are to small children, Cholera infantum, dlrfrrlioea,  dysentry and stomach troubles are  rife at this time and often, a precious  littlo life is lost after only a few hour*  illness. The mother who keeps Baby's  Own Tablets in tho ! ouso feels safe.  Tho occasional use of the Tablots prevent stomach and bowel troubles or  if the trouble comes suddenly���������as it  generally does���������tho Tablets will bring  baby safely through. They aro Bold  by medicine dealers or by mall at 25  conts i box trom Tho Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co., Brockvillo, Ont  LOSSES^ SURELY/PREVENTED  by.  Cutter'l   Blacftleo   Pllll.     Low-  ���������jirlfi-d, frpnh,  rcllnlilo; prcfaricd by  Western stockmen bcciutHo they nro.  toct    where    othor   vaoclnoi    fall.  Write for bookl.it _nd tcmliuoiilnla.  lO-dow pkge. Blackleg Pill* $1.00  50-aJoso pkgopBlackleg Pllll   4.00  ' list! any Injector, but Outta.'a host.  Tho superiority of _uU������r products In duo to <������������ \5  -/ci-.ra of ipoclullzlnc in vaccines and ccrumi only.  Ia*l������t on Ruttcr't,    If unobtainable, order direct.  THE   CUTTER   LABORATORY,   Berkeley,  California.  BUCK  LEG  Wanted���������A Strong Navy?  One of the best stories which Lord  Mersey, chairman of the Empress of  Ireland Wreck Commission, tolls  nbou hlmsolf Is-that concerning an,  old lady's remarks on his appointment to the position of President ot  old lndy, "is ho going to tho Admiral-  Division. "Dear mo!" exclaimed' tho  old lady, "is ho going to the Admiral  ty division? .llow very nice! 1 do  trust ho will see Uiat wo shall have a  strong navy."  Apparently his lordship, llko many  other people, views with amazement the progress ot tho modorn  woman, aud during the courso of a  speech which ho mado a short time  ago he said: "Ladies havo ceased  to he what they were���������tho shadow  of their husbands���������and have bocome  personalities, people whom we cannot  ignore. * * * Thoy have becomo  moro and more soparated from tha  poor man. What they aro becoming  quite terrifies me, I am beginning to  doubt whether I know women at all;'  and if 1 do not, what on earth am 1  doing sitting in the Divorce court?!'  '  ' He Was Improving  Laurence Irving, who with hts wife,  sank with the Empress of Ireland,:  had many good stories, Ono.waa this:  He produced a play called "The Incubus" in London about five years ago,  which was nicknamed "The Motorbus"  by some of l.is rivals. \ Mr. Irving  brought , the play to /America for a  short tour, playing' it under the title  "Tho Affinities," aud included Montreal, but not Toronto, in his bookings.  On the day he opened In Montreal a  distinguished looking gentleman,  -whose accont proved -him to be ultra-  'Tigllsh, appeared at tho box office  wicket and said:  "Pawdon me, but will you please  toll mo what Irving this is r"  "Why," responded tho houso treasurer,, "this ls the sou of tho groat Sir  lien���������"  "Yos, I know that," interrupted tho  Englishman, "but one Bon Is rawthaw  clovaw, y'know, but tho othor is a  blooming rottaw."  Mr. lrving's mnnager, who was sitting in the-box office, quickly Jntor-  posod with tho remark: "Oh, this is  tho clover one."  Thus nssured, tho Inquirer purchased two box soats, and on tho night  of the performance ho appeared in lm-  peccablo evening dress. At tho close  of the first act ho approached tlio office, and, peering in at tho company  manger, ho shook his finger reproachfully and. oxclalmcd in an aggrieved  tono: "Oh, I say, old chap, you Hod to  mo; you know you did. However," he  added, "he's improving; oh, yes, he's  Improving."���������Exchange.  METmiC?iAS?Ai  .hh'. YhYyy ypy..;. a- --iA?-^y, -.;.;������������������ av-- -, .^: :'Av_v?'-  .-<_���������_.     -v :���������'l!-,' ���������- Y:     a.-.*;.--..-���������*.;-��������� aa:: ��������� jT?;.A%y,'Y-yjj.&Za ������������������  Standard Firearms  TT. must be a satisfaction to the individual rifle  ���������*��������� pistol or revolver user to know that his preference for Remington-UMC Metallics is .shared alike;  by professional experts, crack shots and sportsmen]  -.in all parts of the world.  So iii ever increasing quantities Remington-UMC Metallics  are made for every standard make and for every calibre in use  ���������rifle, pistol and revolver.  Get tliem from the denier who shovvt the Red Salt Mark otRtmlnt-  ton-UMC���������the Sign of tho Sportsmen's Hcadquartere.  To keep your ciin cleaned and lubricated n'���������hf, use Rem Oil, th*  new powder solvent, rust preventative, nnd _mi lubricant. -  Remington Armi-Unlcn Metallic .Cartridge Co.,       \2j!  Windsor, Ontario  1  Finding  a  Stolen  Cnild  Four years ago  little  Rcsa Sisson  '-was siolen from her home in Win field,  .La., and all efforts to find her.were  ���������-unavailing. Recently Catherine Winters of Newcastle, li.d., disappeare'.r-j  and the newspapers printed her -pic-'  ture. The police of Middleport, O.,  thought they recognized her in a little  farl who was there ii. company with  a stranger- claiming to be lier father.  They arrested the man and telegraphed Mr. Winters, who found that tin  girl was not liis daughter.' Tlie newspapers had ii'lso printed the picture of  the Middleport -waif, and  it  was ro-  , cognized iii Winlleld as that of Ros.i   ^1 i������n fm nti iitl fl-i *"\n tr\\ . f-kti m m.rtn ������r������ mi ri =   miumIim, \, r \,li IUUII511 1 Will���������~ t, I^Cl I a���������UCLU  greatly changed lier appearance. Then  the police learned that the nian under arrest was .Joe Uav.'j, a'burgh .  arid a safe-blower who had an idea  that h would be 1.."> I*able to suspicion if he travelled with a child,  and had p'ckod up little Rosa, whom  he passed off n his daughter. Rcsa  ���������war sent back lo her home in charge  of the mayor of Middleport, at the expense if some ch.irltiiblo citizens of  that place. Davis was convicted of a  charge of safe-blowing on which the  police had long beon seeking him.���������  Ernest Melbourne, in Leslie's.  Pain Flees Before it.���������There is moro  virtue in a bottle of Dr, Thomns' F.o.-  lectric Oil as a sudbucr of pain than in  ���������gallons of cthe: medicino. The publ'c  Imow this and there are fow liouse-  linldn llircighcut the country whwe  It cannot bo found. Thirty years of use  Jms familiarized the pooplo with it,  and made it . lioi'soliold' medicine  throughout t'.o western world.  To Save Rob Boy Birthplace  The birthplace'of Rob Roy, the celebrated Highland freebooter, the place  where he died, and his grave, have  been saved by a decision of the house  of lords, denying the city of Glasgow  a -right to draw a water supply from  Loch Voil ancl Loch Doine. If Glasgow's request had 'been necessary,  since theso lakes are a part of the  eastern watershed, to raise the level  ol the lakes somo 50 feet, which would  have submerged*, the Rob Roy landmarks.  Theso sentimental . considerations  were laid before the house of lords in  petition after petition, but the decision-of that body, sitting in its judicial capacity, was not based upon any  of these points. The ancient riparian  regulations read that water from an  eastern watershed shall not be diverted to western uses, and it was decided that Glasgow must forego its  water supply for the prosaic reason  that the city is on the wrong side of  the watershed. ,   ��������� Divided-Opinion   "Are'yoii :*eal.y going to marry Harold ?"  "1 don't know what to say. All the  girls in my class have read .his letters." ������������������  "Well?"  "Eighteen it thum think liim a dear,  and nineteen say he's a dub."���������Kansas  City Journal '  Give Public Preference  . Amendments have been made to  the cold storage regulations passed  last session, which are of considerable  importance. It is provided that owners  of cold storage warehouses wliich are  subsidized under the act must giv.  the public preference in the use of  refrigerated space. It shall be a violation of the act if such space is re  fused on the plea of lack of spa;e if  sucli space is to be occupied by goods  belonging to the ovxers of the wan-  house.  ���������iwnors shall not contract oragree.,]  to give all the refrigerated space to'  one or more firms to the exclusion of  the general public.   A fine not exceeding ?a0  is provided .for vi'olatLi: of  these regulations. 1      "���������--,..  Will the Leek Go?  There ls at least, one patriotic  Welshman who does not moan to give  up tho leek without a struggle, despite Mr? Lloyd George's repudiation of  tliat vegetable as the Welsh national  emblem a year or two ago.  Mr. Lloyd George may prefer tho  aesthetic daffodils;  but Mr. Tomley,  of Montgomery, has made a successful protest against the  omission of  the leek from a suggested cover design for the almanac of the    Manchester Unity of Oddfellows.  <* Shakespeare    himself     recognized  the leek as the national 'emblem of  Wales when he wrote Fluellen's part  in "Henry V." and if - that . is    not  enough  for the  doubters  and  daffodil lovers, Caxton wrote of Welshmen  that:  They have gruell to potage  And  leekes  hind  to  companage.  And of the Welshwoman that:  Atte mette, and after eke  Her solace is salt and leeke.  Dryden's New Pump  ' A new powerful turbine pump has  recently ben added to the plant of the  Dryden Timber &'Power Co. Tho  pump delivers 1,500 galloons a minute  to a height of 150 feet, and is driven  90 horse power  Lesson For Captain, Too  Tho captain of a certain largo Balling vessel ls probably tho most pollto  oflicor ln tho wholo morcautllo service, lie has, howevpr, a great id:a  of his importance, aiid loses no opportunity of impressing it upon his  crow." ln particular he In-.ists upon  being iiddrossed as "Sir" by evory  one on board.  One day a new hand joined tho  ship, aud a short timo aftor leaving  tho harbour, being u seasoned old  salt, ho was entrusted with, the  wheel. '.  The captain came up and put tho  usual question, "How'j her head?"  "Nor'-by-east," answered tho .old tar-  very gruffly. "My man," sauvely answered the captain, "on this craft  when one of the crew _peaks to mo he  gives me a title ot respect. Don't you  think you might do so too? Now,  how's her head?'V "Nor':by-oast, I tell  yer," shouted the tar, displaying not  a little irritation. , ,  "I'm' afraid you den't quito understand me," responded the captain,  good-humoredly. "Let me relieve you  of the wheel, and tnen do you take  my, place, and ask me the question.-1  will then show you how it should be  answered." They accordingly changed  places. "'Ow's her 'ead?" roared the  tar. "Nor'-by-east,- sir," replied the  captain, with gentle emphasis on the  "sir."  "Then keep lier so, my man, -while  I go forrard and has a smoke," was  the startling rejoinder from the. old  reprobate, who f-almly commenced to  suit the action to the word.  TRAGIC LAUGHTER  Distinguished or Extinguished  , The brotherhood" of the men- who  kill each other was''never better exemplified than   by the funeral.honors j by  a direct coupled  paid at Alexandria and Cairo to the | motor.   A continuous water supply is  grenadiers 0of Napoleon's army whose  thereby stored up i^ the water tank  ____UiailiS���������iv_5r.e__]ately discovered���������at- -1-oO-foet-above-the-banUs-o"   '  British    soldiers of the  igoon,  sufficient, for both  presented    arms  fire' purpose.  Salt Water Fishing  j *'Thn '..ninl vnluo of salt water fish  In fir I, lianrlR landed tn Canada during the month of Mav, jnM, amounted to ?l,70],:!.r)fl, whh'i is fW.'Utr.G less  than tlio total for-May last year. Tho  falling off is due largely to the fact  that the Lunenburg banking flout wns  provnnlwl froni getting to tho Mag-  duleri Islands for bait till much late  thnn . jiinl, and did nol land any fish  during May UiIh year.  (.tyring herring was ns abundant as  over, but ns ice renin lnnd Into on  I'm coast nml retarded fishing, opera-  I'onH.jlm catch wns considerably below  that 'for  May  last   year,  Tho tot nl puck of ciinnnd lobsters  on tlio A thin Up. pwih! frnm thn Ifitli  of Nnvp-mbnr to tlio end nf Mny was  Rt.ROj* oases, while Uio totu'. shipment  In s' ell was CS,r,r,L' cwts, During the  cfirroflpnndlnR porlnil in tlio proend-  IriK yonr llvo pack was 07,Olid nines,  and tlie shipment in shell 78,8!!! r.wls.  The Catch  of the  Insurance Scheme  A weman wearing an anxious expression called at, an insurance office one morning.  "I understand," she said, "that for  live dollars I can insure my house for  a thousand dollars in your company,"  "Yos," replied the agont, "that Is  right. If your lnuse burns down we  pay you one thousand dollars."  "And," conUiired tho woman anxiously, "do you make any inquiries  as to the origin of the flro?"  "Certainly," was the prompt reply;  "we mako the most care.ul enquiries  niiulnm."  "Oh,"���������and sho turned to leave the  ice���������"I thought there was a catch  In It somewhere."  Sidi 'Gaber  Twentieth Century  to  the  forgotten- French    heroes;  of  the Eighteenth, and followed them to  the tomb with arms reversed!,   -  These men fell fighting against  Abercrombie, in the Battle of Abou-  kir. Here the Gloucestershire Regiment earned the titlo of "The Fore  and Aft"���������a namo curiously misused -by Mr. Kipling, They were attacked In front and rear by the  French, and the rear-rank turned  about and'beat off the attack.  '  "Twonty-qight!" said the Colonol,  as he saw 'the French approaching,  "what devilish lucky fellows you  are! Today you must bo either distinguished or distinguished!" This  chestnut is one which always bears  repetition.  mill and  Ih 'a speech In the senate on Ha  waiian affairs, Scnctor Depew, of New  York told  this story;  When Queen Lilukalanl was in Eng-  land during the English queen's jubilee the was* received at Buckingham  ralaco. In tho courso of the remarks  that passed between the two queens  the one from the Sandwich islands  said that she had English blood in hor  veins,  "How so?" inquired Victoria.  "My ancestors ate Captain Cook."  Where the "Empress" Sank *"  The St. Lawrence river owes- its  name to the accidental conjunction of  the- Festival of St. Lawrenca with  the'day upon which. tliev"firstJexplorer  imagined he had discovered the river  Jacques Cartier in 1534 hoard from the  jiatives of the Magdalen.llsland__cf.?a  Vibration  and   Nitroglycerin   Form  a -  Perilous Combination  An accident, said tt be tho most extraordinary on record, occurred at  some oil fields lu tho Baku district of  Russia, on tho borders of tlio Caspian  Sea. One of tho big "gusher" oil wells .  became choked, and, with a vlt v ot '  blowing it clear, a number ot iron  drums full of nitroglycerin were  brought down by rail from Derbond  and deposited overnight i". a-larje  shed which was used by the men as  a sort of canteen.  The steward of this establishment, a  Greek named Darios, opened one of  the drums for some reason best known  to himself and decanted a small quantity of the "dangerous liquid into a long  thin glass used for mixing'vodka. This  he placed on a shelf b.oMm.d the bar. ���������  Shortly afterward o there a entered a  workman named Borkovltch, who was  famous for the boisterous hilarity of  hia manner and especially foi nil  loud, resonant laughter:  The sight of nitroglycerin In a vodka  tumbler so excited his rlsioility Lhat  he gavo vent to a series of stentorian  guffaws.- This set the half filled glass  "ringing," and tlio treacherous contents immediately exploded. ���������  The concussion sufficed, in Its turn,  to explcde the rest of the Muff In the  drums, entirely demolishing the shed  and killing five persons, all who. were  in.lt at tho time. The barman escaped  through having gone down into the eel-,  lar just previously, whence ho distinctly heard the laugluer, followed by  the musical "ringing" of the thin  tumbler and'the two explosion's.���������  Pearson's Weekly.     |  Belnj Lucid  ff yon wbili to achieve, a rnputatlon  tor originality a nil dlHlliiPtlun try bo-  Ui.; lurid. Tlii'i'c Ih iinthing quito like  It: "('(irinlt ine to llinnk yon I'or your  lurrM rucpnsltlmi of"���������it matters not  What the subject,  W'littl Ih it lo bn lucid? Is It to  wrlto HomotIiIiik which the num who  I'ompllmonts you linpumn you have  lififin lucid about It, ngrnofi with, No  oao who dlHiigrcou will, you ovor  called you lucid, No woman ovor ro-  furred to her husband nt a lucid limi-  bund, .No man ever culled liis wlfo  k lucid wlfo.���������Llfo,  "Master  Humphrey's  Clock"  There has just como into tho market, tin famous old relic which gave  Charles Dickons tlio titlo of his story,  '���������Master Humphrey's Clock."   ,  It is a grandfather clock, Inscribed  with the name nf the maker, William  Humphreys of Bnriurd Castlo, and  thn (Into, 1820, with n dial of brass  and silvered metal, in a lull case of  Dutch lacquer, with architectural top.  William Iliimphroys was tlio son of  Thomas Humphreys, a wiitchniakor of  niirnnrii, Cnstln, wIiobo thoj was opposite the Kftig'H I lend Inn, whoro  ninknns spout six wnnks In 18,17 whllo  si inlying tlm I'lotheliv's portion of  "Nicholas Nlcklcbj."  Tlio clock roinnliied In possession of  its miikor until his ilnnlli, whon It  was iu'(|iilrod by tho ftillior of tho pro-  sent owner.  The Swimming Stroke of the Future  It is the Trudgeon Crawl that has  put Hobnej\ Frh'.elle and McGIllivray  at t'*,e bond of the list, and lt was  Frank Sulllvnn, now instructor of  swimming at Princeton University,  who first thought of comblnln_: tha  crawl with tho trudgeon.  Realizing that there was no hope  of Interesting tlio bettor swimmers,  Sullivan somo eight br nine years ago  decided to tako the hull by the horns  and uso grotm rocrults, He persuaded four boys un.ior slxtoon yenrs who  could not swim at all to lot lilm teach  them, and ho put thom nt tho now  stroko, which Ik named ho trudgeon-  crawl.  It wns a puro gamhlo, with lho odds  heavy against him, but liis judgment  Is amply sustained in tho fact that ono  of tliom, Leslie Chlvlllo, mado his  mark in Marathon swimming and ro-  Urod not long ngo; iitiollier, Richard  Frizollo, enpturod a nunibor ot district, and national titles, thon mlgra,-  od recently lo Central America, But  tho other two, Porry McGIllivray and  Harry llnlunr, aro today tho greatest  pair of nil-round swliiimors In America., probably In tho world,--Outing,  "You do not speak to him?"  "No," replied  the scholarly girl.  "When I passed him I gavo him the  geological survey."   ���������  "Tho geological survey."  "Yos. What It commonly known as  the stony stare,"���������Washington Star.  A Game of Surprises  Tho guests arc roqueted to bring  somothing  wrapped    up    In  paper,'  which thoy wish to get rid of,  Tho houso prepares-a duplicate of  numbers, pinning ono number on  each parcel, as tho guosts pass by  hor. Whon sh. gives a signal, two  persons having No. Ono pinned. on  tholr packages exchange thom, thoie'l  having No. Two, and so on, until all  havo exchanged or swappod. Thon all  opon tholr packages. Somo may havo  roceivod hotter thinr, njjillo othors  may liavo a worse oxchango.  mighty stream threading the conti-ien't  to an unknown source, a::d it was  while testing thid legend that he sailed up (.he gulf until he could see tho  land on each side.  In the following year lie made a  bolder expedition, with three ships and  tho blessing of th-> Bishop ot St. Malo.  Ho ailed past- Rouniiskl and on to  Quebac, then known by tho Indians  ns Stadacona. Here the fleet anchored.  The French, howevor,, failed in their  efforts to colonize the country until  a century had passed,, largely owing  to their high-handed treatment of the  Indians.  There ls Is noil.ing repulsive In Minor's Worm Po"'Cers, and they nre as  pleasant to tal?e as sugar, so that  few children will refuso them. In some  cases they causo vomiting through  thoir nction In an unsound stomach,  but this is only a manifestation of  thoir cleansing power, no indication  that they are hurtful. They can bo  thoroughly dopended upon to clear all  worms fron the systom.  ' I bought a horse with a supposedly-  incurable ri-igbone for $30. Cured nim  with $1.00 worth ot MINARD'S LINIMENT and sold him for $85.00. Profit  oh Liniment, $54.00.  MOISE DEROSCE.  Hotol Keeper, St. Phillippe   Que.  Something .Explained  Church���������What do you think!  This  paper says that women spend DO per  cent, of $10,000,000,000 annually in the ~  Unitod States for food, clothing and  shelter.  Gothr.m���������Now do you wonder what  becomes of your pay envelope?���������Yonkers S*ato;man.  flnnrl   Tlm*   I nnt  "W y do you '.mint upon hnvlrip; Mini  l.lfjWWt plnco 0! pin, Harry7" askod  tie rt mothor of a , mall boy, "isn't your  oldnr brother onlllk-d to It?"  "No, lio isn't," replied tho llltlo fcl-  Inw,   "Ho was Piiting pin two years  ���������}'..fnro  T   v"l"  horn"-    I'lUt-'irrn   "'A'-;;.  Not, mnny pompanions   of   Richard  Hi.nsely Shnrldan onrml to eiiRiigo  tlio dramatist In an iwounU'r of wit.  Thn royal dukoH In tlui following story  worn mnro rouriiRnnus, but not moro  KiifcciKuful, than most ot tho playwright's friends.  T.vo royal dukes, friends of Sliorl-  dan, woro walking In .lamos si root,  when thoy happened to moot tho drums list.  "'I sny, Sherry," snid ono of tho  dukon, "wo hnvn just boon discussing  wliolhor ynu aro a groator fool or  rogue. What ls your opinion, my  I;r>v7"  Hhorldnn smiled, took each by an  >ii'iii, iiiiA J'l'idit.il:  "Why, fallh, your royal highnesses,  I boliovo I am bolwoon both!"  No Variety  Tho lltt'o girl was paying a call  with lior mother. Tho hoHtoss, old-  fashlonod and Uilld loving, ol'forod tho  youthful guosl a slice of broad and  hultor, which was declined with  thanks.  "Why don't you want tho nlco broad  and bultor?" askod tho lady, possessed of tho boliof that all chlldron  aro hungry always,  "Wo havo Bomo at homo just llko  It," said tho child.  A young artist onco porsnado.l  Whlstlor to come and vlow his latest  effort, Tlio two stood boforo tho  canvas for some moments hi silonco,  Finally tho young man askod timidly:  "Don't you think, sir, that this painting of mlno Is���������woll���������or���������tolerable?"  _Whlstlor's eyes twinkled dangerously.  "What Is your opinion 01' a tolerable ogg?" ho iiBkeil,  \/ery Gcod  Her Father���������Want my daughter,  oh?   Who .iro your nncoi'lora?  Ilnr Lover���������I don't know. I've  novor had timo to look thom up.  Hor Father���������Tako lior. You'll bo  able to support hor, all right.  Minutenesj of Molecules  MoIocuIoh aro so minuto .lint thoro  nro about a soxtllllon of tlu-m In a  cubic Inch ot air. Those at froozlng  tompuraluro osclllato buck and forth  at tho rato of 1,470 foot a hocoikI. The  avorogo length rf tholr p.itli between  oscillations ls about ono two-hundredth and sovonty-sovon thousandth  of an Inch. Kneh comos Into polllsslon  wltb it, follows about 5,000,000 timo.  a second,  / Few Jap Girls Unwed  According < to lho statistics ot tho  last Japanese blue book, thoro aro  vory fow Japanese womon who do not  marry. Tho majority* of Japanoso girls  marry at 21 ysars of ago. The men  usually marry at 26, but marriage at  tho ago of 15 ls not unknown, and 4,-  000 marriages at tlio,ago of 17 woro  registered in tho caso of mon last  yoar, wlillo 7,000 girls of tho ago or  10 woro married. The number of mon  who sot up house for tbonisolvos at  30 years wis 18,000. Tho doillno Jn  the figures after this Is rapid; only  3,700 mon and 1,600 women of tho ugo  of 40 marrlod last year In Japan, Practically every Japanese man wlio docs  not Join a Buddhist monastery marries. Tho old bncbolqr and tho old  maid nro almost unknown iu tho land  of tho chrysanthemum.���������Westminster  Gazette.  A Purely Vegetable "Corn Cure  , Putnam's Corn Extractor contains  no acids, i.ut is entirely vei.oti.blt' in  composition, l-'utnnm'_ novor stings  or causes discomfort. It cureB quickly,  palnlossly,* pvjrrunontly.  Try Murine Eye  Remedy  II you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyellda. Don't Smart���������  fioothei Eye Pain. Druggist! Sell Mu-  rlne Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, Wc Mu.  rlne Eye Salve In Aseptic Tubes 25a,  1,'ir..    Fy������ Book frrtt hy Mall.  Ai tn T**'k 0**1 itr All lit, lUl hfl Ctn  MURINE EYE REMEDY CO., Chicago.  W. N. U. 101?  One ot Whistler's proofs, sold by  Sothohv'H 1n I HSR���������that, of nn earlv  etching���������brought a good price, not on  Its merits, but for this lino by lho  artist, written on tho margin: "Logs  not by nm, but a fatuous addition by  11 general prne.tltloner. Tho "logs"  woro by Dr. Knytnour Ilndon, Whistler's eminent brothor-ln-hiw.  IIokus���������Klubdub Rooms lo liavo a  wwiilp-rfiil opinion  nt his knowledge,  Pokuu���������1 should sny he has. Why, 1  hnvo actually heard blm attempt to  argue with bis ton, wbo ls In bin  fnrhman year nt college.���������Ltppln-  cott's.  "Wbat is Mnnato wisdom?"  "It's  lmnwlnu   nil   1hn  llttlf*  rnnon  iii!hhoh of your neighbor boforo tho  town gossip or a veal estate deal put  you wlso."���������Judgo.  "Yes, mum, 1 bo tbo oldest 'un In  your village., but, mind yo, I nln't always boon."���������London Opinion.  "Our oratorical friend quotes k groat  iloal of poetry."  "Yos, And I don'* blamo lilm. Tho  most dlacroot thing bo ������.an do Is to  j*ul r.'J much re. pcr.rlbllUy ns peir'.b'.c  for what ho says on somebody oIbo."  ���������Washington Star.  Stand Ing by the ontranco of a largo  ostato In tho Biiburbs of Dublin aro  two huge dogs carved oiit of granite.  An Englishman going by in a motor  cur thought ho would havo somo fun  with tho Irish driver.  "How ofton, Jack, do thoy food  thoso big dogs?"  "Whonovor thoy bark, air," was  back's roply.  "What animal Is satisfied with tho  least nourishment?" asked a proud  fathor.  "Tho moth," replied tho son confidently. "It oats nothing but holes,"���������  LndlOB' Homo Journal.  Husband���������Dr. 'a. nnld an iilcoho!  riuonf'o would <1n mo /������ood,  Wife���������To which of your cronies did  bo rofor?���������Now York Sun.  Tf we could always catch fish few  of us would go llshliiB,  "Is It truo that tho widow proposed  to Ton pklns?."  "Yes, ln a way. Tompkins was call-  inn' there one ovonlmr. whon sbo hnnd.  cd him a novol to road entitled 'Put  Yoursolf In His Plnco.' Tompkins took  tbo hint."���������Uoston Transcript.  "You bolong b a literary circle, 1  lollovo?"  "Oh, yos. All the 'nnvlo' authors  come to our rcccptloua."���������Fllcgendu  Dlaotlcr.  Motbor���������And so my little mnn didn't  cry when bo foil down. Thnt was  brave,  "Whv did von bent thin mnn on *r.v.  rlbly?" said tbo judgo, Indicating tho  l>aiuliigeii .iguro of (ho piaiutfd,  ,  "1" askod blm why a horso had run  away, your honor," explained tho prisoner, "and ho told mo lt was bocauso  tho animal had lost his oqiilnolmity."  "H'm," said tl.o judgo. "Discharged."  ���������]_.iIJI>in^*Jtt'8 Magazine.  SUMMER DAYS  Qnll    for  wholesome  as  n     dainty,  food ��������� sucli  "On, I'm In such troublo I My llltlo  WJNIo'b got lost!"  "Woll, woll, It'll bo nil right, Kvery-  body in tho neighborhood knows blm."  "Oh, nobody'l: know him today, localise l'vo Just washed hlml"���������Tit-  Hits.  Real Harplnect  To bo truly happy Is a question of    how wo begin nnd not of how we en J,  Little Mah��������� Thero wasn't anyone to of what wo want rnd not of what wo  bear!���������Kxcbnngo, havo.���������Stevenso.-.  Post  /  Toasties  with cream.  There's little work, and  much satisfaction in evcry  package of these crisp  bits of perfectly cooked  and toasted Indian Com.,  Appetizing flavour,  substantial nourishment  and convenience of serving arc all found in Post  Toasties.  Sold by Grocers  Canadian postum Cereal Co.. Ltd..  Windsor, Ont.  Lawyor���������You say you told tl.o cook  to got out of tho houso tho min"tc you  found it was cm llro, and sho refused  to go?  Mrs. Burn3~-Yos, she said sho must  have a month's notice before she'd  loavo.���������National Pood /jjilagnzlne.  Judgo (to woman asking separation���������i*ow long havo ycur relations  boon unpleasant?  Woman���������Your honor, my rotations  havo always boon plonsant; It's his  rolatlons trfat are tho old grouches,���������  Boston Transcript.  .4.  1  A *  fA  AA  L THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B, C.  X , .\    >       Av    '-  *  *  pi  ; Graceful in appear-  . ance, adjusted at the  factory, the Omega is  a watch-of the strictest reliability.0 It combines the highest art  in case designing with  the soundest principles  of watch construction.  Moderately priced.  Por gale by all jewelers.  ^rrsCT^Iwi^ii'Ciiii^^^  Got His Answer  Counsel���������I Insist on an answer to  my question. You have not told mo  all the conversation. I want to  know all that passed between you  and Mr; Jones on! the occasion to  which you rater.  Reluctant Witness���������I've -told you  ovory thing of any consequence. ������������������  , "You have told mo you said to him,  ���������Jones, this case ��������� will got" Into tho  court, somo day'.' Now,' 1 want to  know what he sa'id In reply:  "Well, he-said: 'Brown, there Isn't  anything In tlils business I'm ashamed  of, and if any snooping, little, yee-  hawing. four-by-slx, gimlet-eyed lawyor  with half a pound of brains und sixteen  ounces of jaw, over ..wants to know  what.l'vo been talking about, just tell  him/"- , .'-.'. e-  i  CHiLDREN Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND ..  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING    .  PERIOD.   THANKS TO     "    ,  MRS. .WINSLOW'S  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  -   Siimoinmi.   muter "Hum   linen   and   in if  ��������� .'.aniuliv   bills     Wusli   u   wuh   souji   an.  .^iniir.    All  stores oi' (lu-col.    Stale -*>l_ it*  '411UI *u.e    I'm- $!>a   wi* will mail yon  ���������THE  ARLINGTON  COMPANY   OF CANADA,  Limited  58 Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  Uganda Has New Museum  ��������� nig gamo huntors will find a rendezvous iu London in tho commodious (luuvlova established ln Piccadilly  as the official agency for the governments or British ,'lOust Africa and  Uganda. As In tho, caso ot most-of  tho agencies of distant c&lonles, the  Hast African office will include, n  museum showing the products of the  torrltory. specimens , of big gamo  shot, ami photographs of tho, hunting, as well as' the bond quarters of  -j-men engaged in business In East  ���������\ frlca.  *IMii'iiMil_ft|ili.imilHlfflff^  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  j'    Nine times in ten when lhe liver is right tho  stomach and bowels are right. '  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER-PILLS  gently but firmly com  pel a lazy liver to  do its duty  Cures Con.  stipation,  Indigeg  tion,  Sick  .  Headache, ������nd Diitre*. after Eating.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Prico.  Genuine must bear Signature  ������i*z>z������  A President In Shirt Sleeves  The owlss president's unassuming  status has given rise to many storie3.  Edmund d'Auvergne, visiting tho government buildings at Bom, "noticed  tho word 'Bundespraosident' (president of the confederation) inscribed  ovor an inconspicuous door, just as  you might seo the word 'cashier' or  'district registrar.' I called to mind  how nn Important English railway  contractor onco knocked at this door  and was answered by a man In shirt  sleeves; whom ho took' to le a clerk  It was tho president himself." ��������� In Sir  I-loraco Rumbold's time (the sixties),  tho story was that a' diplomatist, calling at tho president's private abode,  was admitted by a lady with tucked  np sleeves���������and soap suddel.arms���������  Mini), la Presldento straight irom tlio  washtub.���������London Standard.  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His son John,  lliis j-randson Ira and his great-grandson, Ralph,, aleo voted it. the same  -.subdivision...  '    A. F. Hare', of Grafton, who is 95  o.-years of age, voted for Sam Clarke,  Liberal, in .\Vost Northumberland.   .  A commercial traveller had taken  a large order up In Aberdeen and endeavored to Impress upon tho canny  Scottish .manager who had given the  ordor a box of Havana cigars!  "Nfaw," ho replied A "Don't try., to  bribe a, man. I cudna tak thom���������and  I nm a member ot the,kirk!"   ���������  "But will you not accept thom as a  preseut?"  "I couldna," said the Scot. ' ,.  "Well, then," said the traveller,  "suppose I sell you the cigars for a  morely nominal sum���������sny, sixpence?"  "Weel, In that case," replied the  Scot, "sinco you press'me, and not lik-  iiiR tae refuse nn offer well meant, 1  think I'll be "taking twa boxes."1  'Amends '"<'������������������  "Would  you  believe  it now,  Miss  Sparks?" said the genial stout young  man as he mopped his bro(w; "I weigh  'all of 250 pounds."  Miss 3.  (sighing)���������I suspected ' as  much juatpnow when we were dancing  and you, slepp.d on my foot.  G.S.Y.K.���������Oh,    I'm   sorry.' Please  ���������forgive me. ' 'flu, vary ilrst 'thing iu  the morning I'll go on-.a.diet���������New  York Post.   . .  Struggles of an" Inventor  Sir Henry Bessemer, who wns born  101 years ago, was ono of thoso Inventors that 111 luck pursued, t and  from whose clutches ho llnnlly escaped by. liidomlnatablopersovoriinco. lu  1S'!!_ the British government was losing $5011,000 a year, by the fraudulent misuso of embossed deed stumps.  Bessemer rendered this Impossible by  the uso of perforated dies which dated the stamps, lie presented tho Invention to tlie government, which forgot its promise'of a permanent appointment, but thanked him. His great  invention, in tho manufacture of stool  so impressed the ironmakers that tlioy  paid him $125,000 for,.licenses, and  "wanted their money back*.". He had  forgotton the proportion of fools tq.  wise men. It took him two years to.  render Uio process "fool proof,"-and  he pressed his point home by tlie setting up of his factory in Sheffield.  The Limit  Mary Jane's master Is a slightly eccentric bachelor. Ho has one most  Irritating habit. Instead of tolling hor  what.ho wants dono by wora of mouth  he loaves on his desk or on tho kitchen tablo or nnywboro else whoro she  is likely to soo it a noto curtly directing her to "Dust the dining room" or  "Turn out my cupboard," and so on.  The othor diiy he bought some noto-  pnper, with tbo usual die sunk address imprinted upon It, from tne stationer and ordered It to bo sent homo.  ��������� Mary Jano took it ln, and tbo first  thing that caught her eye vas a note  attached to the packago. She read lt  open eyed,  "Well," sho said, "he's asked mo to  do a fow things ln his blessed notes,  but this is the limit. I won't -tand it  no longer!"  ., For tho note read: "Pie inside this  package."���������London Answers.  A young man dining in a restaurant  tone day ordered -some noodle soup,  and' while eating   it' came   across'?_a  irraalleTTinfmediifl^ly^ipoif ilie discov-  ���������ery lie called . Lie waiter over arid  ���������said: "Look here, waiter, I found.this  .here needle in ray soup."  The waiter, with a surprised loo.i,  .glanced at-tho needle and then picked  up the. menu- card, looked up and  dlo wn-the. printed" columns-a' moment,  then ii broad smile crept over his  :fnce and he exclaimed, "You see, sah,  .dat���������dat am jes- a typographical er-  :ror���������dat���������dat should am bin a noodle."  -���������National Food Magazine.  Urbitiden Guest  Mrs. Uptyump (to '-hostess)���������That  grizzly faced brute standing ovu there  'at, the l'ooi* had su. h' poor" taste as  to refuse *6 get'me a glass of water.  Surely.yoa didn't intend to invite such  a man to your re option?  Mrs...Hostess���������Oon't fret, my deav.'I  didn't inVite him.   He is my husband.  Revival of the Moustache  Is the moustache coming into fashion again? Five of this year's rowing  crew for Oxford university wore decorations on' tho upper lip. ������ Cambridge  had only one' example, That, however,  makes six out of eighteen, an unusual  average today among men who are  not long "out-of their, "teens," Aboiit  SO per cent?'of the male population in  .hhigland a.'e today clean shaven, while  the majority of the others do .not  shave at all.���������Exchange?  Tracedy of Cleaning  Our Shoes  ln ������������������Am.u'l'ca ai I Saw It" Mrs. Alec  Tweodio,  wriUni' of our homo    life,  soys-:  "But home life���������whoro Is It? The  poor man who pays so heavily for  everything cannot oven get his boots  blackenod at home, aud he has to go  Into the streets to the nearest 'shine'  for tho purpose. At the street corners  of every town are high, strange looking chairs under an awning, and there  tho men���������aye, and women, too--sit  solemnly, with a foot reposing on each  leg rest placed tliero for tho purposo,  and while thoy read their morning  papers a darky browns boots for'flvo-  ponce or blacks them for twopence  halfpenny, Even in���������hotels it is difficult lo Ret boots cleaned, and they  have to be put on dirty, and worn by  thoir owner down to tbo boot room',,:  whore, in tho larger hotels, thoy nro,  now kind enough to havo a separate ;  department for ladles. 'Tis tho land ofj  luxury, but not ot comfort. Those lit-!  tie comforts, whicli to us In England  are tho necessities of life, are not to  bo found In America. Why? Because  thoro nro fow peoplo to rendor service."  Ontario Veterinary College  Under   tha   control   of  the   Department    of-   Apiculture    of    O'Uiulo.  Established 18S2.  Affiliated     with     the. University   of  Toronto.  _ N.B.���������College      will     re-opc-n     on  Thursday, lhe 1st of October, ISH. In  the  new  Co1I������sk_  Bulldlnc.   110  University Avenue.  TORONTO, CANADA.  Calendar on Appllcatlpn.  E. A. A. Orange, V.S., M.S., Principal  Worse Than Retribution ������ .  "Pa, Is reV.ibution the worst thing  a mairciu haze?"  "No; it,isn't half as bad as the feeling a man is likely to ,havo after lie  has confess" lr an.l then become convinced that i.o would not have been  found out if be had kept' quiet."���������Chicago Record-Herald.- .    ���������  She (to iate-l:oming husband)-r-Any  man who spends his evening and his  hard-earned money drinking in barroom must r. lunatic.  He���������Sure,  m'dear, saloonitic!  >Hiw  Diana  Scored  In ".Milton and Homespun" is this  amusing English fox hunting story:  "Hold hard, madam! For, heaven's  sako hold hard or that camel ^'oii tiro  riding will bo tho death of some of  my hounds," cried tho choleric muster  of one ot the southeastern counties'  packs of foxhounds to a lady wlio was  riding rather too close to tho hounds.  Without deigning to turn hor head  she .steered her mount a littlo to the  left and clear of tho hounds- rode her  own line like u centaur, led tho van  through a loug uud-very fast mu uud  was the, first of the Held to soo the fox  ���������rolled over In the open?  Having recovered from his temporary fit of churlishness and delighted  with the manner iu which tho lady had  rlden, tho master approached her,  somewhat sheepishly It must bo confessed,- with the "brush" and an apology.  "Pray, don't apologize, sir," was tlio  smiling reply.- "Vou simply mistook  my favorite hunter for a camel, and 1  your foxhounds for fox terrlcn. It  seems we were both mistaken. Thanks  awfully for the brush."  MATCHES  In less than two years  it will  be unlawful to-buy or use  poisonous white phos������  ���������phorous  matches  Everybody   should   begin  now to use  *  EDDTC NON POISONOUS  "SESQUI" MATCHES  and thus ensure safety in  the home  RAIN B.   WIRELESS  -Gal  VOti  Entitled to it  The smad bey was seeing, for the  first time, a picture of Atlas supporting the *ai*th. After looking el it for  a minute he turro. to his father and  asked, "Why doesn't he take his  base?'"  ' What do you moan?"  "Don't you. know the rule, pop. when  a man" ha,j been hit by a pitched  ball?"���������Puck.   .        ~   Baseball "Lingo  Some day when he, doesn't* happen  to have more than four or five visitors, if that time, ever'comes, we are  going to sit quietly down, with our talented sporting editor and ask him for  our own information why a baseball  player always spears the pill with his  right ilu instead of- catching the' ball  with his .right hand.���������lino State Journal.  the  is  The Usual Compliments  Mr.  Fogarty'    tin' proposing.  bride's   health)���������An ' it's   meself  proud to say 1 ,'ave knowed the bride  this forty year." ���������  The Bride���������It's a thondcrin' liar you  are, Fogarty;-me bein''only just turn-  i-d thirty-wan an' a half."  -WhyrMa-Was- Glad���������-  The Pill That Brings Relief.���������-Whon  -after'ono has partaken of a moal he is  ���������oppi'iissed-by fe.Mngs of fullness and  :palns,iii tho'stomnch lie suffers from  .dyspepsia, which will persist If it bo  not dealt with.   Parmelee's 'Vegetable  'Pills aro tho very bust modlclno that  ���������can be taken tc bring relief,   Th33<*  ��������� nre .ipociaih compounded to deal  with dyspepsia, and    tholr    sterling  .quaylies in this resect can be vouch-  ���������ed ior by legion, of users,  "Look hero," suld the indignant mis-  l-.*oss of tho hcuso to tho pod.lLi of  ���������.small wares, "do you call theos safe-  ���������ty matches? Why, tlioy wot. i tight  -.at all."  "Woll, ma'am,", said the . peddler  ���������Biinvoly, "wot -ould you 'avo that'll he  en for?"���������Kansas City Sta.\   '  "What sort ot bridge does alio  iPloy?"  "Cantilever; sho novor looks to her  Diirtnor for support."���������Judgo.  The lady of the liouse was explain-  things to the now maid.  "An' what's this, missus?" asked the  girl, Indicating a metal  bottle'.  "That is a bottlo which will keop  things olthor hot or cold whichever  you desire," replied the mistress.  "Well, fob the land sako!" ejaculated the girl, "Mow Is it gwiiu to  know whether you want things hot or  cold?"  "Skip tho lnst four bars," commanded tho hiindmnstor,  1 "If you do I won't budge nuothor  ���������atop," shouted tho wonry marcher.���������  llufi'n'lo isxpross.  \  Whon Shlniinorpnto gavo lils little  .son Sanimie a drawing book tho latter gazed Intently at the plcluros of  ���������iiruiH, logs, foot ;uul 'I oads un one of  tho pages,  "Whnt do yon think of it, ton'!"  qiiorlod Shlniinorpnto,'  "It. must hnvo boon an awful oxplo-  ������������������jdon," replied Snmmlo.  Two littlo boys, brothers and Insop-  .nrnble coiiu'ikIch, look so much alike  ,iih to nroiiHO frequent comment.  "Aro you littlo follows twins?" rol  rently askod a pedestrian, mooting  ihem In lho park.  "No, Hlr," tho oldest niiHwereil, nfter  ���������n momont of thought, "we're Mothod-  .HtH."  Homnndhnw's coat    was    fnstonod  shut with a safoty pin.   "Hutton broke  off n fow days r.go," ho hnlf apologetically oxplninod to Unison.  -   "Haven't you any j.atont buttons?"  "Yes, plenty of them; but they'ro all  in use."  . "You're    a . marri'sd   .man, aren't  you?" 1  ''You know I am." _  "Then why doosn't' your wlfo so-.v  on somo buttons for you?" ,  "She hasn't lime."  .   "What keeps hor so busy?"  "It's hor club work. You see, sho  holds nn Important office In a sewing  society that moots four tlmos a wook."  ���������Judgo,  Mrs. Kawlor Uo hostess'' child)���������  Are you glad to see me again, Edith?  Euith���������rYes'm, and mauuna's glad,  too.     ".. '    -  Mrs. Kawlor���������Is.,sbe?  Edith���������Yes; she said she hoped  you'd  come today and  have it over  with.  .      ., '  o  N    Aged,  "Why.''look hero,"  said  the    merchant,  wh    was in need  of a  boy,  "aren't you theusame boy who was.in  hero a woo', ngo?-'  ���������s, sir" said the applicant.  "L.thought so.   And didn't I tell you  a.  i������������������wanted an older boy,"  "Yes,  sir, ���������   That's  why I'm  back.  I'm older now.'  The dealer in antiques was showing an old violin to a probable buyer. "Yes,", he said, "that is cf historical interest;. tliat is tlie identical  liddle' Xero played while  Rome was  burning!"        ''  ���������>   ~~"ulT7~inans7a_jnyth.',T  The dealer agreed saying: "Yes, it  is; and Myth's name was on it,, but  it has got worn off."  ' A Chronic Grj^oler  Charlos Lamb tells of a chronic  grumbler who always complained at  whist because., he had so few trumps.  By some artltico his companions managed to fix the cards so that,when he  dealt lio got the whole thirteen, hoping to extort somo expression of satisfaction, but lie only lookod more  wretched than ever-as ho'examined  his hand.  "Woll, Tom," said  Lamb, "haven't  you trumps, enough this time?"  "Yos," grunted Tom, 'but l'vo no  othor 'cards.'1  The Nervous Visitor (to beach life-  savor)���������1 notice that drowning bathers  become quite calm"directly you reach  them, I suppose youi bravo and noble  words reassure thom?  Tlie Life-saver���������Oh, no, miss; . it  ain't that; iff because 1 always 'it 'em  a' good thum_> in tlie neck to make 'em  keep quiet.���������The Skotch.  "Waitor, givo mo the menus,"  "Wo have none, but 1 can tell you  what, we hn^e."  ' "You must havo a jolly good memory." ������  Not at ail.    I simply look at the  table cloth.'--Pole Mole.  Had Nervous  Dyspepsia  With   Frequent  Sicl:   Headaches  and  Much   Pain  After   Eating���������Dr.  ,  Ohase s Nerve Food Cured  This letter is Irom a lady who gaiu'-  ed 14 pounds by using tlie great food  "cure. It did wonders for her in improving aer general health. .She is  enthusiastic in its praise, and refers  to her neighbors) as witnesses of the  .sploiuiid-K&iultB-oblaiuedi���������;���������r->���������������������������"  Mrs. Susan Dobson/ Spring'- Hill  Mines, N.S, wr'tei: "It is .with pleasure tliat i rt-riit; to' you iu praise, of  Dr. Chaso's Neive Food. I'was troubled  with dyspepsia ; ml could not eat without sunovkiE much pain; also had sielt  headaches frequently, and niy nerves  were-in bad condition. About ten yeara  ago 1 took a tho:ough treatment of.Dr.  Chase's Nervd l������ood. using altogether  21 boxes, und 3ii.ee- then can eat anything, have beon freed from headaches, and my health has been great  ly improvj'l iu d'very'way. .1 gau.ed .11  pounds in weight, u'.d feel sure I owe  everything to Dr. Chaso's Nerve FooJ.  You , may us,* this letter, und in>  neighbor.) can toll you of my condition  before using this treatment.".  Minard's  therla.  Liniment   Cures     Dlph-  Uo��������� Tbirllng, rofiiso mo, and I shall  nevnr lovo nuothor girl I  Sho (briBkly)���������What I wnnt. lu a  ���������man wlio will promlso mo that If I ac-  ������������������copt lilm.  Vva worse's  Indian  Root  Pills  ore uot the right medicine for the  club rcn. When they nro rormt\r,ttr.r}  ���������when their kidneys nre out of "order  ���������-w  ��������� ten over-Indulgence in soms  favorite food give* tliem ItullgCBtion  ������������������Dr, Morse's Indian Hoot Pills will  quickly and surely put them right.  Purely vegetable, tney neither sicken,  weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives.  Giinrd your children's h..ml. by  always keeping n box of Dr. Morgc'i  Indian Uoot Pills In the bouse, T)irj'6.  Keep  ������H������   CHlM^cm   Woll  W. N. U. 1017  An actress took a ben with lior on  her latest ocean voyage, tho Idea boing, of courRo, thnt in nildUloii to providing tho onlorprlHlng young lady  with a few extra prims notices, the  ben would supply ber with fresh oggs  on tho voyngo.  Tlio Incident hns recalled a story  connected with Cecil Hhridos, who always took onn or two hens with lilm  on his many long voyiigos bolwoon  Knglnnd und tlin f!npo.  AnotVer woll known South African,  wbo had frequently mado tlio trip in  tho samo vessel as llhoden, was naked  why ho, too, did not take ������-oino hens  with blm.  "It isn't nocpesnry," ho said. "You  soo, I ulways Up tho mnn who looks  aftor Rhodes' lions, nnd I ��������� got tho  eggs,"  Sho���������Tf you insist upon knowing,  thoro nro two reasons wliy I can't  marry you,  He���������And they aro?  Sho���������Yourself and anothor man,  Wlfo���������Everything is getting high-  or.  Ilunhnnd���������Oh, ] don't know, Thorn's  your opinion nf mn and my opinion  of you, nnd tho neighbors' opinion of  ���������loth of us,  ��������� It Is the uplifted faco that fools tlie  shining of the run,  Attacked by Ai>thma.���������Tlie first fenr-  ful sensation Is o.! suffocation, whicn  liour by liour b.cumes more dosperal.e  and liopeleHS'To such a caso tiie belief  afforded by Dr. J. D. Kollogg's Asthma  Itoinody du-ms l.otliing loss than inir-  nculous. Ilo htilp is quickly uppnront  and soui tlio dieadful attack is mat1'  tcrod. The asthmatic who has found  out tho dependability^ of tills sterling  rdtnedy will novor be'without it. It is  sold everywhere, ���������������       v  Wet Weather to Order is Now the Aim  of the Scientists ���������  - "Weather control���������rain, ordered for  midnight,'day after tomorrow���������may bo  a wlre.ess victory in tho next generation, Now it is,weird and visionary,  but Sir Oliver Lodge,'who is iii the  top rault of living scientists, iluuivs  it not improbable and is now culling  ou his fellows to begin .wireldss  stiitlies with this' purpose in mind.  The more thero is discovered about  the ' way wireless telegraphy works  the more1 It 'is evident that wcailier.-  and wireless Waves are tangled wica,  ,^ach other. ������������������.''���������  "-Almost every' one knows '.that wireless telegraphy work's better'by night  than by day and has peculiar jump's  of'efficiency, at sunsctl A wireless  operator on shipboiird-in tiie far nouh  found that during a display of the  aurora   borcalis   tlie   northern   lights  "Well, nobby, did you havo all tho  pudding'you wantod at dinner?"  "*\om;   uoiore  I  got halt what  r  wanted I got    lull."-  Hnnldi    '1'i'iiiis  tcrlpt.  A young practitioner nppenrod boforo a pompons old judgo, who took  offonco nt a reninrk tho lawyor mado  .. i.,,, i-, . ..   . ....  a....-.v..,-.,...h -.t.r, ui:i,.,in>U,  "If you do not Instantly apologizo  for that romnrk." said tho Judgo, "I  sbnll commit you for contempt of  court."  "Upon reflection, your honor," Instantly replied tho young nttomoy, "I  find thnt your honor wns rlirhf nnd T  wiib wrong, as your honor always Is."  The Jmlgo Inoknd dubious, but finally s.iltl U������ v.t������\dd im-cpt Uio npology.  Tf a mnn rxpeeis to ronvlnco bl.i  wife thnt he is a genius hn must  get busy during tho courtship.  Lfi.Sb  MEAT  Advice  of  Fnmlly   Physician  Formerly pu iplo '.nought immt nee  essiiry for strength and muscular \ ig  or,  Tho num who worked hard wiih sup-  poHod to Tiqulre moat two or throo  Union a day, Science bus found out  differently.  lt Is now a common thing for tho  family phys'ilim lo order less meat, as  in tho following iotter from un custom  man;  "I had siifforrd for years with dyspepsia and norvuiHuoHB. My physician  advised mo to cut less niont and  grensy foods gonornlly. I tried nov-  oral things to t.i lio tho plnco of my  twwl hri>ikfn������i nf Minnn, frtorl rtoV.\  toofl, otc, but got no rollof until 1  tried Grape *Vuw loud,  "After using Oiupo-Nuls for tho cer  onl part of my nioals for two yearn  I am now a wet mnn. Grape-Nut i  benefited my health far moro tliun the  medicine I had Men before.  "My wile and '.hiH.reu aro henlf.ilor  than thoy hud toon for years, unci we  aro a vory loppy family, largely duo  to Clrapo-NuU  "Wo have boon wo much benefited  by Orap.i-Nut3 tbat it, would bo ungrateful r.tA to acki.owl'eilgo It."  Name given by C'iiiuuU.m T'o:u;in������  Co., Windsor, f).it. Head "Tho lloail to  Wnllvlllo" In pi'/!"- "Thero'n n f'.\.  son,"  Ever read tn������ above letter?   A new  one appeare frorr tie*e to time.   They  .ire Qenul.ie, ���������,-ut and full cf human  i interest.  The man from Glasgow bad sulforod  grleviously ln crosslnj; the ocean, and  when he next had occasion to' repeat  tho journoy ho did not intend in-  thero should ba so much acute physical dlr.omfoi't attached to it. So ua  niarcliod into a drug store,  "ll.ivo   yo   anything   to   stay tho  piingH of soiirIoiuichs?'' he asked, in  IiIb winning UhiHguw accent.  ' "Certainly, Hlr;   we have the vory  thing," Hiiid tho obliging druggist.  "llow much js It?  "Two dollars ,. bottle,"  Tho ChiHgowIrn staggered back ri  pace, visibly shnlioa. "Lush!" lie gasp-  nil, wh n he recovered himsolf, "I  would sooner bo Leiisicli!-���������Now York  \, orhl.  Tlie students ot Oxford stand much  upon pinctlllo in tlie matter of making acquaintances, in so much that one  will not hold the least Intercourse  with anothor unless the .proper formula of introduction has been gone  through.  ���������" It is told as -ii"- quiz upon thom for  this'peculiarity that a young gentleman, who had recently enteral one o:  tlio colleges, happening to bo seized  with a crump while bathing in the lsis  and being on the point of .sinking,  probably to rise no more, a youth of  oldor standing, who loaned ovor a  bridge noar tlio scene thus soliloqui/.-  oil; "Dour me! What a pity 1 was not  Introduced to that freshmen���������por-  haps I  might havos,saved  him,"  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget In  Cows.  It Scared Him  Aftor Hpendliig u few weeks one  year nt. n wnterlnp plaro, where lie  took his daily uwliu In (lie open nlr  pool of warm sulphur water, a little  fellow was the next year at thu seaside, In his tiny hnthliif!; suit liegnxeu  out over the,vast ocean in silence,  Then he protested:  "I'm not goin' In. Put ain't water  for boys, Dai's for bontH."���������Chicago  Nowh.  Clear Seeing Massenet  Critics have not yot assigned tlio  lute M, MiiHHonot ills puriiiiiuent niche  ill tho temple of I'aiilo, but most of  thom ngrou Hint lin wan a charming  ultlii ugli pot n gt'utit cumposor. Ilo  hud ouo quality of clinrnctor, how-  over, which ia not the Invariable ac-  coiupaiiiineut of goniiiH, musical und  othor���������hu could upprecii to genius In  othors. Au anecdote taken from tlie  Paris Hgiiro attests lt;  A critic was Indulging ln oxtrnvu-  gnnt prnlno of Mimmmot to his face  Mid wound up bin llutlory:  "W������i������nnr'     M'hnt ������'<m Uni    *j.t"  I?.1.  out is most abimrdly o.xnKRoratod. 1  iuive to pick uuu ciioohu timoiig tv lut  of rubbish In Wugucr,"  "Is that so?" commented Massenet  suavely. "I Bhould bo quite hnppy  wllb what you leavo."  Earthquake Near Tonga  A violent enrthqunko shook was recorded n few days ago by the lllvor  View seismograph, Sydney, Australia.  This is tho . evoreHt disturbance of Its  kind tlint bus as yet beon registered  by tbo Instrument, tbo waves lasting  for   tbl'Cl-   lililirn.     11   iH   Mlplilmi il   lilitt  tho earthquake occurred at a point  fomewlif-rt- ifiir Tonga.  MacVlear (very  depressed)--Three-  pen'worth o. pul.on  CltemUt -What for?  MnrNi'i.r- Tuppence.---Prlntei'fi Pie.  Hit It  Polly (to big slstor'fl admirer) ���������  (.liens what father Kiild about you lust  night.  Adolphus���������Oh, I couldn't gtioss, Polly.  Polly���������I'll glvo you a peach If you  cnn guess,  Ailolpbus (fliiHiorurtl���������Oh, Polly, I  hnvon't an Idea In the world.  Polly���������Urr��������� you wiih listening,���������  Sydney Uiilletln.  ���������\vercr~wifleiy~uistWi!eu"7wiireu nre "stul-  out wireless signals from' his' ship.' ��������� ������������������  ��������� Tho growing theory concerning tlu  way wireless waves follow tlio curvo  of the enrthis in simple language ijiat  the upper layers of the air form a sort  of magnetic cushion against which  Uie wireless waves can bound iiijug.  Sir Oliver wishes to have experiments "  made by discharging very poweriul  wireless waves from Hips under all  kinds of weather conditions in order  to ascertain whether the waves -will  under any conditions make clouds  condense into rain or prevent them  from condensing, c ���������  ���������It is not to bo expected, of cour o,  that rain could be obtained from a dry  sky, but normal conditions of the nlr  would .leave much opportunity N for  wen thor control lf the theory should  provo workable.  The total eclipse of the sun on a  path from . Oroclanu to Persii  ls lo be made lho occasion for  elaborate wireless experiments, Wireless signals will bo sent out from within the path of shadow and across tho  shadow, and the offeot of the Hliadow  on tlioso signals should givo moro  clows to Uio wholo problem.���������Saturday ���������  Evening Post. '   ' ' ���������  Savages Kind to Animals  If  here wero no cruelty to aiiltuiils  thero cu'talnly could bo no cruelty to  human  beings.    VAlwa    rieul'us,    tbo  "  Kronch HclontLt, instant, h   astonish-;���������'  lug examples, among uavngo tribes In. ���������'  South America nud In Africa "of prlmi.  tivo Immunity and the iinlni Is making "  coiiiiiioi cause iu their life tnd iiiliors  togot'ior.  Th. llniiin, which curries enormous  burden'1 over tlin AndeH wouii  down In wrath un.. refusi to rlna  should his muster strike or i bnsc-tilm;  It Is only eai'tiHseH mkI encouragement  Unit lead lilm over ini|>o.s_ihl i deserts  and rua.lwayK.  Thu horso of tlie Hedouln Arau  sleeps In Ills tent wltb At children.  In civilization men tniln hows I)}' bit,  wiiip ami sp r nnd then . niplaln lli'it  hey have no brain', Initiative, or rrnil  ii'Tcetlou. To feed the batter upon  tliein men ninlm of Khejp and cattlo  arilllciii! (Tciitin-cH,, lliriipiihlt! nf snlf-  Hiipiail'l  In  Um freedom  ol   nature.  Uee.liiH IiihImIk Unit In many respects  the domcHtluilloii of animals, it., wn  1 nu ..re it tnilny, product"1 veritable  moral back-sliding, for far from having Improved them wo. huv ���������. deform-  od, degraded and corrupted them,���������  KoHtou i ri'.tuu'i'lpt,  "Did tho young noblemen tr.avol In  llilfi    rtnun * ,...    I. "     "  '  *     J     .'.- .-t->.t.iil *  "Nn, bn trnvoUod \n rtWrtiaft  tMti*<.."  ���������Hnltlnioro Atnorlenn.  "They nny those Mevlcnii prions aro  absolutely useless."  "Yes; I don't bolbvn they're wnrlh  the paper they're printed oii."--Muf-  falo KxproHH.  Age of palms  Pu'iiifi live under fnvorablo conditions for EfiQ yenrs.  "Sny, you soli, me a parrot and yon  said It would npent every word It  bard. Well, I can't get a word out of  It."  "I must have forgotten to tell you  it was ileiif."���������Answers.  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FATES   THAT   BREAK   CAPTAINS
WHO LOSE THEIR SHIPS    - "
WHERE NERVE COUNTS
An' Exciting incident of an Elephant
Hunt In Africa
"We' had just stoppou by  a tree
that uuu been pulieu   down,"    says
dipt. 0. i-i. Stigund, iu "Huutiug ma
LIGHTNING CALCULATORS
A  Mathematical    Marvel    Hat  Been
Found in a Madras Office
Tliero is at the prosont timo studying at Cambridge one   of   tha most
_.������.. _. ...   __          _       t wonderful malliematlciaas tlio world
luiopnuut lu. Africa, "and we wero feol- has ever soeu���a youug Iliudu,  Mr,
Many   a   Capable Officer Loses His
q        Chance    of Ever Securing Another
Commission  Shiuld  His Vessel  go
Down���His  Reputation 'as a  Navigator is Lost.
In uiuo cases out of ton the captain
A    vhOolose8,"ms slop is* a broueu man.
Unless it 1)0 proved tit the Subsequent
, inquiry Uiui mo disaster was .brought
abuui by circumstances over which
ho had uo control iuul'that he did all
in his powor to minimise it, he will al.
most cortaiuly lose his job.
���Occasionally a snipper shows such
\y      resource iu las lime ot trial, and is so
highly commended by the court, that
tho owners of the ship rotaln his services, but, as a rule, ho knows ho must
look out for other employmout.
lf his cortltlcato is suspended, ov.en
for a short time, his caso is indeed a
hard one, becauso ho ,1s unlikoly to obtain commaud of a ship again���at
least, not iu this country, says Loudon Answers.
Somo years ago a flno ship was
piled up on ono o�� tho most dangerous
coasts in tho world. It was her maiden voyage, and sho had a.number of
passengers on board, but, thanks to
tho skill of the captain, everyone was
������" safely lauded.
At tho usual official inquiry the
captain was highly commended, but
on somo'technical pointhis certificate
was suspended for a month. Regarded
as, perhaps, the Iinest officer in the
licet, his caroer was at an end, and,
aftor months of seeking work, he obtained the tost of harbormaster iu a
small port iu South America.
That is the fate of niiuiy a capable
officer. Very occasionally some shoro
post may bo given to a vory old and
clovor officer who has lost his vessel, but as a rule he has to be content with the command ot some small
coasting ship. Unfortunate British
officers wiK bo found commanding a
half-caste crew on tha ocean byways
of the world, or perhaps they obtain
,., a post as skipper of a tug in a big
foreign port where British iulluence
is-all powerful. -
lie who gets a position as harbor;
,, master must reckon himself- particularly lucky; or be the fortunate possessor of influence.    He    cau never
" hope to reach the plums of the service, again, for he would not bo employed as first or second officer, except in some small ship.    ',
.Sometimes a skipper has saved up a
little money,  which he invests in a
sailing coaster, -but profits are small,
and the dangers many, and it is not'
easy.for a new man to pick up cargo?
while' tho  underwriters might    havo
 soui_Qtlimg_to_say. :  ,   '	
On very  rare  occasions, a  captain
who'has come into close touch .with
'passengers or merchants whose cargo
. helms carried has so impressed them
with his ability that when misfortune
came they o lie red him a berth   Such
cases have been heard of, aiul<a sailor
-friend once loid tho writer of one he
�� knew.
Iu the navy it is the same, .vd more
than one promising career hns> been
nipped in the burl. The captain oi tne
Montagu, lost on Lundy Island,' wus
considered au exceptionally smart
man, but he was lost to the navy, and
joined the stuff of one of tho olg shipbuilding firms.
A naval officer has a pull oyer the
mercantile man iii this respect; ho
probably knows so muchi that some
.engineering or iirnuiinont flriu will bo
glad of his services, unless his incapacity has boen proved beyond
doubt,
Another officer of the same battleship was equally fortunate. Spending sovornl weeks or months over the
work of attempted snivago, ho gninou
much oxperlonco In this sido of murine work, and subsequently joined a
salvage company. Tho writer believes
ho was afterwards actually engagod
In salvage work for tho navy, although
Indirectly, through ills com pany.
Tlio fate of tlio mate who ia in
charge at time* of (liHiistor is always
bad. A yenr or two ago a second of-
llcor shot hlmsolf from worry, as a
roBiilt of a collision, although, at tho
inquiry hold afterwards, ho was hold
entirely free from blame.
ing me leaves that had dropped to see
how ury they wore'. 1 had determined
io abandon tno hunt. At that" moment
ouo of tho men who had gone forward
a little whistled, and, immediately
everyone got out of the way. The ele-
pnauts.were returning on their tracks.
a. youug Dull was loading; behind him
1 could see the ears of. another.
71 did uota-wuttt to shoot, tho young
bull, so 1 got bebiud a tree as he
camo trotting up, but ho pulled up,ton
yards from my tree and turned on mo.
The only .thing to do was to shoot
him, so 1 reluctantly tired at his head.
1 wont up to him, but ho was not
dead, and tried to get up-again. I put
anothor shot in his lorohea'u, but it
aid not reach tho brain, and tho next
moment it _yus I who was being
chasod.
"i dodged sharply to my righ:,
thinking that tho oiephaut would pass,
aud 1 would got a side shot as ho
wont by; but 1 tripped over a fallon
tree and went sprawling. 1 dropped
my ritle, aud just mauaged to solzo it
by the nuzzle as the bull was about to
tread ou it. 1 then diVed head tore-
most-Iuto tho braucres of the fallen
tree. ���   ���
"I made a frantic effort, to crawl
through, but a stout branch resisted my progress, and at tho same moment tno bull -charged"in after mo.
The Impetus he gave mo bent asldo
the stubborn branch, and tho next
moment 1 found myself en the other
side, whilo the elephant was stamping tho ground live yards from
where 1 stood,, evidently under the
Impression that 1 was on tho ground
under his feot. *      \
"1 quickly turned round and discharged my ritle into him. It was
the last ..cartridge in the magazine.
Tho ritle was taken out of my nands,
and I found Matola, my gun bearer,
who had counted tho shots, &taud-
Iug beside mo, and offering the second riile as a waiter flight serve a
dish, By somo oversight the second
rillo had not beeii loaded, and I had
Given strict orders that none of my
men were ever to load s or unload my
rifles. Being a good- soldier, Matola had not disobeyod this order even
under theso extreme circumstances,
but had gene as near lo loading it as
he could. " The breach was open, and
he was holding the clip in position
with his thumb just ever the magazine. All 1 had to do was to press
it down, as 1 took hold ot the rille.
and I was ready to fire, The ele_hanl
was turning round, and I shot him in
tho, brain.
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AID 10 UNFORTUNATES
S. ltamanujan by name���whoso
work, although ho is only twenty-six
yoars of age, has excited tho admlra-
atlon of all mathematical experts; Perhaps the most extraordinary thiug
about. Ramanujan is that, as a mathematician, ho is quite untaught. Until a
year ago ho wat a clerk in the employment of the Port Trust of Madras.
' But In spite of this, ho has, to
quote Mr. Hardy,'"Follow ot Trinity,
who has taken-, a great intorest in
ltamanujan, ."discovered for hlmsolf
a great number ot things which tho
loading mathematicians of tho last
hundred years had added to tho know-
ledge of scluolmon, although ho was
quito ignorant of tholr work and accomplishments. Indeed, his matho-
mnthlcal. education is rattier a mystery, and the lirst I knew of him was
about fifteen months ago when he
wrote .to me explaining, who ho was,
aud sent a large number ot remarkable
mathematical theorems which he had
proved,"
This is the second mathematical
genius produced by India in the last,
threo years. At the end of 1912 tho
members of the Royal Asiatic Society
held a specially-convened meeting at
Colombo, when they wero astounded
by the arithmetical powers of . a
Tamil boy, Arumogan. A complicated
scries of sums had boen prepared to
test tho boy's powers, each of which
ho. answoi'ed within a few seconds.
One sum was: "A chetty gavo as'it
treat to, 173 persons a bushel ot rico
each.    Each' bushel contained 3,431,
WHERE  THE  PENNILESS  MAN
GIVEN  A   HELPING   HAND
IS
WOMEN    PROPOSE   THERE
272 grains, and tho chetty stipulated
that 17 por cent, should be g'.von to
the temple. How many grains, did the
temple get? Within three seconds
camo the answer (which- had to bo
translated), 100.913,709 with fifty-two;
as the fraction over. _ j
Among. other questions were the
following:    .
"Add together 8,596,713,826 and 96,-
268,593. ���
"Multiply 4F,fS9 by 86-1,726.
"Find tho fifth root of 69,313,957.
"What .-vjlght of water is there iu
a room flooded 2 feet deep, the room
being 18 feet, 9 inches by'13" feot '���!
inches, and a cubic foot of water
weighing 62V_ pounds?".
To all of them Arumogam gavo
the correct answers within a few seconds.
Undoub'.edly one of the most' wonderful lightning calculators was Geo.
Bidder, the well known engineer, who
died in 1S7S. Bidder, who with George
Stephenson "was one of the earliest to
A H.\ven of Shelter for the DcservlnJ,
Man Who Desires Work, but-Who
Can Not Afford to Pay  For Food,
Is Provided by Chicagj Man.
"A Ladder for tho Down and Out.',;
That is what a building la Chicago
is often called, although it Is,actually
named tho Hufus F. Dawes liotel, after tho-mau to whom its erection is
due.   It was founded to carry out the
"desire of Mr. Dawes' deceased son to
glvo men who are "down and out" a
lift.   Ho had spoken of tho need of
an institution that should glvo a holp-
iug hand to tho man who earnestly de:>
sired work, but who could not afford
to pay for food aud shelter while seek-
tug lt.
��� The building is tho father's memorial to his son. lt cost $100,000 to
build it, and on the opening night
three hundred down-nud-outs straggled ln from a snowstorm that raged
outside. Some of them sat down bo-
fore tho broad open fireplace iu the
spacious lobby, which soor. assumed
the appearance ot a clubrodni, Others,
who had a fow coppers, bought strings
of tickets, whicli ontitled tlie holder
to soup at two couts, coffee, at the
same price, rolls and doughnuts at a
cent each, and pie for three conts.
The men wero desired to uso the
bathrooms, and then each man received a night shirt and a pair! of
bath slippers, and was shown, to his
sleeping quarters.   .
.The chnigc for beds is five cents.
They are' in dormitories that are
equipped with an exhaust fan sys-
ttm of ventilation. Each bed has two
s!'oets, a pillow slip and a blanket.
For thoso, who prefer' to bo alono,
there are ninety-live "cubicle" rooms
on the third iloor. These rooms are
rented" for ten cents a night.
Tho hotol is not intended to provide permanent lodgings. Men aro
accommodated while they are looking for work, but the professional
idler will not be welcome. The managers of the hotel endeavor, without
charge, to tlnd employment for men
in hard luck, The institution is not
endowed, and is not expected to bo
self-supporting. The founder will
look out for the deficits.        , ?"  ���
"The story has taken a long time recognize tin \aluo of the electric tele-
to toll, bul of course it all happened I graph, first vent to school at Lamber-
in a moment 1 think, as au example. well, and afterwards attended classes
of a combination' of pluck, discipline  at Edin\n.rgh University.   And even as
and���-presence���of~mind���in au_emcig.
ency, the behavior of Private Matola
would be difficult to-beat."
LINOLEUM'S  STORY
_a_V__v_n'f ton, he could  answerlsuch
Business Is Business
Ilov. Dr. Akoil has always been
known to be very outspoken, and Iiiih
often boen in trouble through expressing his oplr.lomi. Not very long
ago ho shocked many peoplo by declaring th at tlioro was such a tlimg as
too much zonl In religious iniitlcru.
"Neither with tho heathen nor with
our own pooplo," ho nald, "dous It do
to udvoeiitu religion on meiccnnry
grounds. Kor iiiRlnnco, 1 know *i niaiiii-
fiictiiror who lust KiiHtor told all Ills
hands that ho would pry thom If thoy
wont to jlnirch. Tho hands nil agreed,
nnd a lino show tlioy iniido. The maim-
fiieturor, Hemming thoir ranks from Ills
pew, Hwollod with Joy and pride. Hut
after tlio Hurvlcp ono of tlio foremen
approached liim. 'Excuho mo, nlr,' ho
Bivltl, 'but tho fellowH want mu to ask
you If they eonus lo church again tonight do thoy got overtime'." "
��� *
A Laggard Suit
JiiBtlco Ci'ohh, who linn boon criticizing sovoi'oly tho law's delays li\ Montreal, and blaming tho lawyers for lax
preparation of cases, Ib crlllclzod In
turn ulung witn hlt> colleagues oi tiiu
Veneb hy local win wonrerii. One K.V.
recently mentioned a enso which hns
boon "on .dollbro" for twontygno
jours,
"All tlio partlcH aro doiul," ho mild,
"Tho lawyor for tho plaintiff Is now
,, .,     .1).   ....,  i 1 .. t     v
court, whilst lho lawyor for the do-
fondnnt Is a monibor of the parliamentary stuff nt Ottawa, and la nowlso
bothered nbout IiIh or any other local
court enso."
Many   Countries  Sdpply  the   Ingredients From Which it is Made
Do you know that tlie llnqieuiu you
walk over each day represents pro-
uucts from ail the continentsV
Wo will begin' with cork, which
largely conies from North Africa'.
Here tho bark ls stripped from the
trunli, and Larger branches of the cork
ti'��o wuou they attain the ago of 25
yoars.
The cork'is convoyed trom tho forest to tho nearest boiling station to be
boiled tn hugo vats until the rough,
woody part can be scraped off and the
hark rondorod' pliable. It Is noxt shipped to Spain, and .trimmed tliero into
a dozen grades or more, rcbaled and
sont to linoleum tiictorlos.
Linseed oil, from wliich linoleum
.derives its namo, is obtained from
llax seed largely grown in Uuss.u
and tho Argentine. Tho llax Is similarly thrashed to wheat whon tho crop
is ripo. The soed is sout to an oil-
crushing centre, cleansed, and tho oil
extracted by moans cf crushing the
si oil between corrugated stool rollers. Then it is filtered, tanked aud
sent to tho linoleum factories.
Burlap, which acts as a cohesive
linoleum, is derlvod from julo, m
India. Packed in bnlos, it iH slip-
port to Dundee, Scotland, to be iur-
thor treated into burlap, and then to
tlio factories for the purposo of backing tho linoleum.
Australia is ono of tho counties
wi Ich supply pigments for tlio cokr
Ing ct linoloiim.
questions as, "How many drops,would
there be in a? pipe of vine containing
126 gallons, supposing that each gallon
���consisted of 221 cubic ..inches, and
eacli' cubic inch contained 4,685
drops?" .
It was a' favorite pastime of boys
and masters to concoct the most diffl-
cult arithmefoal problems tc ' test
Bidder's powers of calculation, and
these he invariably , solved correctly
within a fow seconds, apparently without,effort.
Venom as Antidote
Extracting venom irom snakes for
the purpose of 'making an antidote
for the poison is being carried on
at Parol Miborntory, Bombay. Tho-
poison is sent up to Kasault, where
It is injected in small quantities
Into horses and In course of tinio\a
certain amount of blood is drawn off,
The    blood corpuscles aro separated
Gilbert Parker's Life
Sir Giiueu Parker,  tlie    Canadian^
bora  autiior,  has- just  told  Ins   liie
story'to a British journal.   He says:
iWy father was' a British oiiicer ol
artiuery; who urst came to,,Canada in
his very young maunood at tne time
of the rebeiion in -1837,, and went out
again.beiore troops \yere<iiuauy with-
u ra wu from tlie Dominion, when'they
woretwunurawu ne deemed-to
settle
thero
While I was taking my university
course, 1 was tutoring ana lecturing ai
20 and 21. 1" fancy mat it was easier
tor me to speak.then than it is now.
E.oquence is tlio easiest thing to acquire but thought is acquisition altogether. .<,
1 did not begin to write for the public till l lanitou in Australia a boy of
21. 1 had no intention of staying tliero
out had gone to the South Seas on a
trip for my health wuh the money 1
had saved. At 22 1 lectured in the
chief cities of Australia, mado a big
journey in the.intonor, and I was ottered the post of associate editor of
tho Sydney Morning Herald, ut a salary which, including payment for extra work, represented, four figures., i
omitted to siato that 1 landed in Am:,
ir'alia with a; 60.
I had tho good fortune whon in con
nection1 with tlie Sydniy Morning lier.
aid to mako trips as its special com
And If Rejected They Promptly Kill
Themselves
Tho cnptala of the Southern Cross,
the steamer whkh contributes greatly to tho splendid work of tho Alula-
..oomu nubsion, onco beaded by tho
martyred Bishop Pattosou, relates
some surprising uud highly interest-
ting stories concerning the habits
and customs of the Islanders.
"Thero is one small island," says
Captain Sinker, K.N.H., "whoro the
women always propose marriage to
the men, and if- lho man refuses the
woman must kill herself.
A young native who had been eon-
verted to Christianity visited tlio
island, and a girl fell iu love with him
and proposed marriage. Unluckily,
ho was already engaged, and' had to
.ei'use. 'ine girl quietly resigned herself to death, but this idea so revolted
���tho, young Christian native that he
consulted a missionary, and asked
what he ought to do-r-whethor ho
ought to allow Uie girl to kill herself,
or whether, to prevent this lie ought
to marry her.
in the end It was agreed that ho
should marry her, iu spite of his engagement in anothor island, and thoy
becamo a very happy couple, ' There
was no doubt that the girl would havo
killed herself. Tlie people , of the
Island would have Insisted on it.
��� Captain "inker does not boliovo in
clothes for natives. "Usually a Mol-
aneslan native's groat ambition is to
possess scmo European garment, Ho
thinks that if he wears something
which the vhito man wears, lie .s
much moro important and ..powerful
What tho garment i3 doesn't concern
him at all. He will put on anytinug
lie can get' hold of., The result is
often, moit ludicrous.' A native woman ouce made a public appearance
wearing JiirtB-ei* petticoats, nnd , a
chiof appeared'in a battered top hat
and a waistcoat.
This passion of European clothes
has a bad effect on the natives' health.
When a iuul has a complete suit his
great id an is to spend tlio:;rest of his
life in it, . nu he would bo aghast if
you suggest od to him that he might
occasionally tako it oil'.
Even when ho swims he insists on
keeping liis .iothes.on, and when he
comes out of tho water ^ie makes no
attempt to dry either himself or his
clothes, They will sleep in the same
clothes that "they swim in, and they
never see any necessity for washing
them. The missionaries don't encourage tliem to wear clothes. It.has been
found1 that they are better .in every
away if thoy wear only a loin cloth.
In one island it is the custom for
the men to grow their hair very long,
and to make air elaborate affair of it
on the top of the head, but tho ambition of the women is to be perfectly, bald,, The difficulty is to' cut the
hair off. I have of'.en seen 'women
scraping Othoir heads with, pieces of
broken bottles and gasning themselves
-badly���in-tlieir-eff orts_to~gct~the~right'
effect.
There are still a few cannibals and
head hunter, in the less accessible
parts of the islands. The cannibals'
idea is not so much to have a cood
meal as' to gain power by eating somo
important personage.
.When two tiibes'tight, the j-'inn of
campaig.i is to kill the enemy'h chief,
and when he is killed the custom is
for the victors to make a meal of him.
By eating so powerful a man, lliey
think thoy will gain power thensclves.
It is this outlook wliich Is liable to
mako the o.sltion of the white mnn
among car.nil.iils rather a nerve-rack-
ing one. He never knows when he
will bo needed for tonic purposes.
ISLANDERS NOW TALK OF UNION
WITH   CANADA
The Wonderful Pi ogress Made by
Newfoundland During the Past Fifty
Years���Ha- Built up an Eiiormoi*
Fishing Industry.
For tLe. lirst time In twenty year*
the Newfr.unuland uewspapois tu>A
a goodly number of the people of ui��.
country nio iliacussiug tno prosput-t'
of the colony combining- with uw��
Dominion of Cniuunnu a lOuwy on,*-
ous political issue m the lsuuiu.
Although' tho question  nus  iigurtid
iu various election    campaigns    and
each political pany has tried iu iw.;t-
en ou the other tue odium oi  m-iag
pro-union,   tue  charges  aud  eouuu-f-
charges then made aud In some Cua-Jt
supported   by   sueiuimjiy   irrciuuni*
evidence that plans  Lur seunw.;    int.
country  were ou loot,  lho  diiuauua
was never regarded by    iho    rt'OiJy
thinking -people as  it is  at pri-'scm,
wheu ouo of the ieadlug daily uuvi*-
papers  on  tho  lslaud���ihe    liveo.'ijj:
Telegram,  u\ organ of    tlie ' ljiht,iJl
party  for  many  years    and    mouU)-
pioco of Sir Hobert Bond,  who    md
the   Opposition  party   in   the   Mi*
general    election���Iris      opened    it*
coiumiis for a discussion oi uie subject fo�� and    against    union,   'winla
another    pai-er,    the    Mail-Ad vucaui,
organ  of  the.  fishermen's   Union  ur
Coakerile wing of tho Opposition, is
outspoken    in    declaring    lhat    Uie-,
policy of the; present admiuistration
can have, no. other   rosult   tli'uu   io-
force the country to unite  with  ibe-
Dominion, .
lu population Newfoundland hi\&
147,530 in 1809 and" 2-12,996 in> 1..1J,
an lncreaso ot almost 76-per <em. ia
forty-live, years. The population of
the. Maritime. Provinces in 1871 wu*
807,415 and in 1911 was only li.T.rioti
or an increase ct but 22 per cunt, ia
forty years, or an increase of but lour-
.mu i.or cun2 in tne same period.
In the past, fifty years hor cod llsh-
ery llotilla hac duubied in numiitr aui
cjuadruplec in tor.nage; slie lias maintained and succeeded in the jeal-i.Hu-
.-ry when Dundee and Halifax h-iva
abandoned it, and she is uow prosecuting it with jplvndid steamships i��fi
reaping a bounteous harvest irom it-
every spring. She,,enterprisod the
modern method of whale hunting bo-
fore Canada attempted it; lier licriius
fishery became so important m? io
compel jIDngland and America to ra
sort to Tho Hague tribunal lor asi
arbitrame it upon issues arising out of
it. Her oait industry became s-o pivoted that her enactment lo rcgi'hiie it
-proved a stone from a David's alms
that, lay low the Gcllath, Cranee, reduced the Gallic isiets of St. Herro-
���Miiiuelon���tr-beggaryr
from tho serum and the latter is an   ���  _ ���..r r���_ 	
antidote or antivenino ns. It is called.' missioner to dutereut pans   ot   the
Sovornl lives have been saved in Bom- south Seas
Birds That Fight Eaglen
1 In Poiilu, ouo of the Shetland
Islands, the natives make a business
of roaring skim gulls in order to rid
the Inland* of onglon thut congregate
thoro and commit ninny depredations
Tho liiugnllkioiit rod Hiinilutoiie cliffs
that skirt tin* northwestern cuiiHt ho-
camo a favorlt'i haunt of tho oiiglos,
uml in this iunccoHHlhlc spot thoy increased ho rap'dly Unit thoy hoenmo
a lorror to tho.fanners anil llshonnoii
nay by uoans of this antidote, A
watchman at Cumhalla Hill was recently 'illton .md though in a stato of
collapse and paralysis when tlio Injoc-
tl'on was made,' ho rocovorod entirely
In twenty minutes. In anothor case a
few days ago a Mali was bitten by a
poisonous snake, but rocovorod after
treatment, At tlie laboratory thoro is
now enough of venom to supply all tho
demands India is likely to mako, and
it Is now being sent to Gormany and
America, C'dira venom volng very uso-
ful In experiments connected with thn
blood.
DANCJNG IN OLD DAYS
Never as Popular as It Is at Present
Time
Dancing in the woods was the old
maniier in tho classic times, and
mythology tells of tho worship thus
paid by Uio piigiiiis lo tlio gods. Tlio
pooib sung of It. Tho priest i of Mars
wove tlio principal diuicorH lu tlio Microti rites to Unit dioty. Thuio was
also thu rellgloiiH dancing alluded to
ln tho Old Testament, as whore David
danced boforo tlm ark to oxpivss his
Thou I began to wrlto plays. Piny-
writing, not fiction, was my first appeal to, tho goneral public.
Georgo Higonld, wlio was famous for
his acting of ilonry V., produced three
plays of mine, all of which wero successful, and brought mo in mure cash
than I har ovor thought of having
from tho pen, and Kudos beyond my
modust dreams.
I wish I liad a hoartrond talo to
toll of thu attic or thu garret, und .ho
meal at the cal>-sh..*ltfcr. I liavo not,
imt J did not work lho loss hard for
all that.
ln Australia I wo "ked fifteen hours
a day. Today 1 suppose 1 fill in ua
many hours with hard work unNuny
man In this country, sysloina itally,
(ioioriulnorily, and uot allowing in/
feelings to control my will.
"Pierre and H1h People," which was
my first hook of fiction, produced in
18112, had followed a visit, after somo
youi'H, to Qur-bm: and llm Northwest of
Cnnnda. li was an immoilialo succcsh,
though not soiiHiUioniil in ils sales.
Dcgs in, War
... Considering how obviously flttea
dogs aro for polico work and cortnln
services in war it is curious that moro
uso has not been made of'them in
modern times. Of course, now that
hand-to-hand fighting is to all intents
iind purposes extinct, dogs pro no
longer formidable in war, but for son-
try duty or tlio flnrllnc of wounded on
���tho batUefiold, dogs���us was shown
during tha Russo-.liipnnoso Wur���can
ho of gi'cit service, Tho undents
employed dogs extensively at sentries, So, also, did tho Kinperor
Charles V, nnd Philip, King ot Spain,
whilst Nnpolton urged Miirmoiil to
fasten dogs to ntakes around tho walls
of Alexandria to keep -'guard. Dog
senses are v..ry much mo:- ��� acute than
thoso'of.human beiiigH--rjHpocliiily tho
senses of scent nnd honrlng whicli, of
course, nro invaluable for poller work,
Great Brliain has bocn slower than
somo other countries to use dogs for
tl.ia purpose, Belgium, Germany an 1
franco an nil a head oi ur,
anu���eiiirarea-"
Newfoundland  to re-establish  nersoit
in the European markets from which
French bounty-ted competition had uJL
most driven her. ���
Within thirty years she bus buHt
1,000 miles of excellent railroad, pro- ,
vided a floJ. of twelve coi sU'iaa-
steamers tapping evory. sect.on of
tho island A 1 abrador, and superior
to anything cf their kind in l:.astern
Canada, set up" 2,500 miles of telo-
graph lines, erected eighty lighthouses, ar.d doubled tho outlay on
tho various public services by whkb
tho mass if tl.o people benefit dtrort-'-1
ly. IIcr'ex*.)ortr: have grown frtun" $&>
000,000 to $15,000,001, hor Imports ber
ing In tlie jpiuc proportion and her
revonuo' trom -Jl.OdO.OOO to $i;0U(l,(.fH
Tho material pro__or!ty, too, of *Jio
people has beon enhanced iu u ��i.'.81
greater iPgroo. She lias overcome '.h<_
conseqiioncpB cf a lire Hint dovmited
St. .lohn'B,' in j8!)2,' causing a loss it
.20,000,000, wiih oniy $5,000,000 of insurances, t bank crash that nearly
beggared her two yoars later, and the
vicissitudes of the fishing industry ly,
recent years with a loss of millions olf
dollars of .ccal capital.
who dw3ll on this iHoluted spot. Tl.o j JW ��'���� "gf"' J'JJ ffiftuff,? S
ai/iiii itiiIIm iirrn nlnn hIvihib nnd l\nn<n   WOl'u tlie uailCOH Ol tuo  uruiUH riiuuii
ti Mtv" Sn1?0fo��onn? IS S %��!;-; ���j^l.riSSSnS
In buttle tho gulls an. noiiWy ulwayn      Novor. porl   |H, ii    o ha    J ��1
victorious, ami so the inhabitant; hit world, wah .1.    I.       oro >o u �� r tl
���.,m, thn .,'rtvml pnlinmn nf tauillnir nml   It ��H tod iy-1 ot UVUll  il    t IO pll) IHlllIt
upon tho novel hcIioiiio of footling nnd
raring for tlio skim gulls, which,
though foiml'.li'blo to tholr fwithered
onoinioH, nro wy peaceful and docllo
whnn brought in contact with iiiuii,
Harnfleeh Sold ns Beef
Tin- civic health authorltiOH recently nrtmltli'il Hint tliero nro lnrgo qimn-
111 lop, of liorsi'il'.eh being ��ola us huus-
ages and hoot In Montreal.
Klips nro b.'lng tnkf-.ti to prevent It,
although rued Ici I men nro not Iii
agreement as to ils domoritH Ub food.
Army and Navy of Latin America
Thn combined nrmv and niivv
strength of tho Latin American ropnb-
lioti in, Army, iuAuAiuh lolul uiulbiblo
strength, 2,500,000; navy, Including all
kindd ot craft, eighty-four vessels,
with personnel of 27,Ouo officers and
mon. Of this naval Htrongtli all Hint
uiuoiiutu to anything are lho nlno
iiindcrn ibnl nol ltfM cumo butlio-
nblpB���Argontlnn throo, Brazil throo
uud Chill throo, Mexico Iiuh practically no navy. Tlio total poiiHlblo
war Htrongtli of tho United Stutim Ih
probably around 15,000,000.���Now
Vork Antorhnn.
limes wlun In Knglunrl, Ireland and
.Tuiico lho people diiuced on tho
green, Oliver Goldsmith, travelling
on foot, paid hia way by playing for
the dancers ou hln lluto.
Live In Hives
In Mmmpotiunia the natlvoa uso a
(luaiiil iorm oi dwelling, built of mud
bricks in Uio form of u hivo. Ah tlui
country 1h destitute of trees from
which to hew rnftorH, nnd at it Ih iiIho
in somo places, dovolrl of Htono, tho
nnllvpn build tholr Unhltntinns of sun-
dried inurl bricliH with high and stoop
domen, Hlmllur in shnpo to a Loohlvo,
Knch homo cowdsta of several of thoim
lilvoH, minding near together arid Hiir
Artisans Need Not Apply
Thn imnugi atlon department of
Otiuwu liu'i issiiid a circular htntliu.
Hh Intention lo not only warn nil hut
iigrlculluriHln mul domestic hi'I'vuiuh
ugiiliiHl, coining to t'uiiiiilii now, hiu
��1ho to rojec- thorn if ilioy happen to
como under any of lhe rotHriciivo
cluiiHOH of Um immigration law, i'Iki
iiitontlon Ih ui apply tho law very
rigidly, ho n�� lo prevent the present
fitnte of unemployment In tlie country
from becoming wornn. if an Immigrant is liable tu rejection for any
rt'iiHon ho wlll not b��') admitted hn-
online l)n Iiiih -.*. promlHo of nniplnv.
meat, "because,"  tho  circular aftftt,
"if   iii;   .M..v,<i;Ai   It,   ll   it,   it)    (uitlllg     a
poHltlou which othcrwiso miglil have
boon ullod by nomo of our recent unemployed, (iinongHt whom evoiv trudu
nnd occupation Ih nlrondy represent-
ed."
Whnt M.ikes Your Farm P,iy?
Ask a b isiness limn iu tlio city what
puriiculur lino of liis mo.k giv.H him
IiIh best rcti.rni', uiui ho cnn toll you
without Hesitation, Upon this hung,,
his chiuico of hiicciih.i, r'nniiinn n* a
biiHlmihH of many pans, but few furin-
era have.any correct Idea of Jiihi what
portion of 'heir mixoil uporuiioiiH pays
mom best, The ninlerii moiliod of
proiitiililo fanning Ih- rot all work ou
the IhiltlH, but coiiHlderublo "head
work" It miulu lo count in llnul uui-
lioiiing, i'o use ihu Iieud In buM. ml-
vuntngn It Is neccssury Ili'Kt to liml
out what Ih wrong and whal I. rlghi
Willi tlio farm operaitniiH? There m
oniy one real way to do this, and thai
li; by figures, l-'lgureH tullt iu fanning,
and tlio (|iilcker moro of our iiiriiierH
Smoklno nnd Drinking Less
The (lerre.iHi In Iho emixiiniptlon nf prlntnr
liquor and 'o'uc.o hy funndians continues. During the month of Juno
lhe Inla.id revenue nf tho Dominion
wat $1,:iri,iili7 During .Tun.'. DU.'i,
llmt rovur.ue war. $l,7Sr,,2ln).
Wlll i.irture In India
" Loavo of iibfu-iioe, In order tlint ho
mny conduct a course of lectures in
rounded by a wnll of Hltnlhir material. Uuhnro, India. Ium been grunted to
Ono or moro .s used to live In. another Pnf. Jpii-pb Minor, or Toronto Uni-
for tho unlm.ilH, and Htlll another, vorslty, hy ho bonrd or govi'inorn
��o.rve�� m ;�� granary, and ho on, ac of the urtvor--.it,y. Prof, Mawr I.i at
cording ��o tho posnoHHlonH of tlio pro- preaont touring in the western i.m
The RimilhT ronlrnl pll*'* nri' Inon'i, nm! y'Al \ rooi oft lo Vi; MrltTif
of dried manure, which It wA-ft fnr curly HiIh i-AA T'mc t.r*��ti*.---*��*r i.
fuel, Of !. to yearn, tlio Inhabitants f.'innus as tin i-uthor of rnoi-.t'iiu-ninl
hnvo used the lnnd for pimturugo, an vork t.u tlu ht'ii y of HutMiiu ceouo-
tlin limited amount of rainfall m-ikou mlr.; ;��� mii'ium-i ish'rli iias e.i���..��;"i u.-i
Irrlgaiion npemnry for agriculture,    ' attention for   iiany yo-.rs.
WAS    FIRt>T    WOMAN   PHYSICIAN
Fraullen Von Slebold Obtained Degres
100 Years Aqo
Feminists should colobratn lh'��
your ns tho rentenary ol the llr_J
woman doctor, says Uio Kraiiiaurlij.
{(ioriuuiiy) Zoitung. lt wan iu Jim.
18M, that, a Fniul'eii von Siebold, lAttx
studying ut dooitingui. and Di*rn_.
sludt, obtained her degroo and puii.ed
thu Htalo elimination A. iiilmicua nui
surgery,
In n Hliort llmo her mine .-pre;:/',
throughout'the hind, and In 187/ li-a,
University of (I'leSHon conferred uj��,.a
her t.ho degree of doctor, iiiium %
ciuiHii, Tho next yo'ir hIio wiih r.h.li i
lo iiHulRt lhe Duclioim Louise, of C.v
lioiirg-CoUiii, iu the birth ol jn-.r nnt
son, Duke l.rue.st II KraulJitt .nr, iLe,
bold iiftnrwurdh utiiiTled Siutf :-'.i:i,i;i.i,-��
lleltlrenrel.-'h.   She din] In l��."j.
ThlH, tlui lioriiiiiii pnpor ��u.vn, rt!*-
piiHeil of Die claim Unit Ine limt
leuinle physician wa*i uu l.iu:li,"li wiy
mun, Kll/iihell) Blitckwoli, wlio gr.id-
iialed iu lsl!', at llonuvii, N... Mb
died n few jours ago u. U...-illiih<ii !���-.<_.
land, ugud '.iO.
,���f You Trro|.aus
Trespiuni'ig is ilrlliiml legi.Jlj Ju it,
the entering upon the laud m o,ii,iio.<r
wltlioul hiu pi'i'iniuuii n or iiiviinm Ut
got buiiy and, by a simple method uf wlll, TiespuiiHci's may bu \,tu.f. ..nj
bookkeeping find out for thonu-elvoH ejoeioi!." iininiigoH, iiouilmil nr iiUiir-
whut inaku.i ihe old farm puy Uh way wlue, run bn claimed for trcHp'j-itr -witi.-
iind whnt Iteoim II from pnyliir nmrn om nehi'il If" ii.i<'irc i.-. h - f ,������������; ,
tlio better for all.���Karmer'H Arhocate, | Actual iluinngt. to herkeii,   ��;��/��nn i��.r*,
may bo dcill wuh uh a erm-.A jk.u>
Slr Rotcrt'a Favorite
Sir Hobo t Laird Borden, during
IiIh lung uHHociittion with the legal
and judijla .nitorniiy nt the bar of
Nova Scotia, ttf.i'Ui.minted si futul of
s'oricM ol iiiwyors end Uiolr clienlH.
The prime inlnltter Is fond ot one iu
purtli'iilnr, wlilvh    rlenlH  witli nu old
cloiiH diiuiiige lo iropeily--niaA i.ln��
piiniHlimet.t may be a Hue nr n nr_i
of Imprisonment, It \�� nn olfonro \*
Hilt mnn-trupH or Hpring gmu , n ho*
us a lirotoellnn niriiliis* nris��'li'e i\"��
piiH.sorH or ponclier.s A lrr*i|��n,hor nji-
(oinpunled by a dug whirl* w/irrta����
oattli.) or Hhoep Ih llub'.e for &l\ ���Ovtv
nml    frm|iipiitl)    iirrented    ofiondsr,������������'��. ��vimi ir do pleudu Unit the difi
who wuh iii'il'.iiig ono of his erst while' hnt never done ilninugo beiorc    Mo
plieiirnuceH In   tho   prlHonerii dock. | Ural bite i�� allowed
I'll**  lodge Ki.cl fiHHlftncd  lo    IiIh de
' ua a yoirc and ambiUnuA Um ii,.
'NperieTKii'I   iiiwver.    Before  puHHlng
eilleiH'O   Pi"   (Mill   M'dii-il   Mio   lirl-K'llef
..lii'ther lie it ift'iA io h-ij- uiiyihlug
'.Volhiiig ry lord." wuh tho
���taMBiig ret-p IKS'", '���-.(.���j*!' jo j,,.,
.uiif k t ,i; (������< uemy of the mint for
im Inwy. i
An  EHcitinn  ".U^e
I    An    Knglbdi    ,-ui'Iiik ��iiiiW��-/r.'iV> ,it
, Broiil'laud-i bui'M .: tiri -,i;,!j.; i,,a
' riing 11!' tiiili'H un liim-, M'r.niile.'l :,!(!,>���
'wise elghry yioftt, li ni.nl three I��iiij*��
b.ifkwurdii i,nft liuir.y'.f on in pinw^iS
uroiiml ) Kat ii.'i il,e tr.tek with nJi
I lin ii du sufe. t
A
tmmk r
���   ����^   ��� tvvwuv-*
mNwa,cwxv&&Mfi>t bmtsshColumbia,
i�� -n..,li,|-- *      ���    'I ��� ���----<    tlH-t _ lil *_., 'III JBI   *-��� f M u   11 TH ��� M, ���   m     , .   ,    , . . .. . *
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,m1mmm*1tm!P*&*�� art**** ��<��Mfiiw^ii>^>t
���.VSf*UM,��uJi> . ��*(\.ri**r
v .a %4 A   ^ ^ <Yr,, il is
o VK.      *r    .
Kvi
us that fe winter is almost here
M��tf1fctf��Mr*UfM,t ittSrWWm*W*M-**S��M:*MVtUtt4***rp'i.����a��
"v 'NTT_�� Viwi'AVE 00AI. r.ml WOOD HEAT3KS
. 1-J10M $1,75 TO &J0 EACH	
va, i(t��vw*��t����int��r��tj��s;sr*. '\>'.��M>��in^,i��<iiiivM>.^
,,���!���:; e Sheas; grey   and    white   blankets  and
' ���' omforters in   a full ranw'.of prices.
\.h; ..-LA comfort, try'a ''REST^'ELL'' Stool Bod
���.nd i*. '���1U-::jTM.0]&E'>   Kpring and Mattress
re n n km Mrkwvffwx*1"
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v. 77l
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rue ronistore btore
'^���'-. A. SoSIWHOSJ     CuinlOTlmul
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' ,;0   !()    ������pjit    il.nl .C.'vJkA* 'r'-'t^'?��?^l5\?S(?(:t'�����C?X?.��^'^^T��
',!i'   G.'*imar,v   1-:
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ni'..   iiv       tlr.ji",      _!'.i
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-���t .<;���. , who ii ,-ix'!ii.
���:' i:i -ii in   Iii:,   Yam-
���������Hi    \vbiAl '��� there
�����-., i-.,ti ���v
1      ��� 1     w'Wi'Tt
Iri- ���'   '}   H t-l-t.
'HUB'
nwMwwwwwai v_w,nuu*ia
ior     A'oni
5. inulii!8,
St.'till:'-.     [('('     ClV.'llll,
nud    ('> iiiV<*.t ionnrv
.'.-.  K'ail!";.; (.umans.
^wjiioiis or   l-'Jil'IT, OKiAKS,, TOUACCOS
ll'.i v.v.i-   A'   ;, oO'.l   )
;..- ;.',H'.'.!    M!f_ick:i:ils'pusii
lrs.i'ir in (jCiinr-.iiv"   ootids
wl.
; i.��
lli i -
!i-i'o'.-'.p find nn unlitn
use (������; a-.-.ii
,i.
li'mi'-lit'd   him
��
\;\- his; r.iyitl aiiiaslor, succeeded in
i.iiiU.   M.'CClt!.!'.'
!!   over  IJng
Government
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VI
.���r.r-cnuls.  G e r m a n
[-Ai-.-nmcnl offices  or
::.u\y\\ lit'ie nr every v,"!icie tliat-
'liiey could i'uriiisli in foi ination
- -ili.'it would be useful to the Fath
���oilai.d. Iu ilie Kaiser's long
i'lejiared sciieuu* lun ;>h France
i i iwo week's by i u-. 11i11.�� his ar-
lll'.'.'S Viu'Olloil   licljMUlU,  .'0 ';V('id--
���'.n,.\ ihe lMeiich fo.Jrv.-s;.-:; along
int.- whole homier where France
lou..hes Goiiimnv, fnr Fr.-ince dc-
i.c-ndir,<j upon-tho  UBUiraiily   oi'
  I l.A ,-, : n m    ; I i_J 1    ,, i-.-rtai 1 . i. ,-/-. i> Cl/iILII
A'lh'.Uh'YhA.Y 'OrAKAN'r^lCl) BY
���:i !> IOI ANV, Fiance llili.1 bui
?1 _.l'.'ly lonified .their .boundaries
..-a by ih.se. routes lhe j'.ales wen:
^.peiT lo Paris. Rei\ iuy upon
liiii liiihevlo proveiial ifiowiiess
<\ Kti^sin, aud France inert will)
l\oi> invested, lhe "rea.u- part
ol' tlie ai:uy could bs leic.sed lo'
..*..iia;-|i the lbissians aided b}'
^.iihtria.' To return to the ques
"tiuu of -jpifs; the lvaiser, like
i ue Japanese, is a j^reat worship-
* i'ol' his nucester.s his two spc
���ci.'il .'inceslor.'il saints are Fred
���tiiel: lhe (A.eal aud liis (nund
i.iilier William; his father docs
i:'ii count, he was too honest
������ ^eiitU'inau and loo frieudh
i.iih hjnyhiiui. il was Frcder-
i.k ilu- G-.rai tlint established a
�� lii.ui ol sjiies to pviceetl his ar
n-ias, i!i,--uad o!" inimpeis und
<7 iiin.v, �����<) lhe pifsciu I'.nipi.'ror
i .is iinpiovi'd the spy sysiein
; nd w'ueie 1'i'edeiie.k had scores
i '-��� h;.s iliousainis sciiilerer!
*������ in'i'i vi r lie believes ihoy will
.. awu in:i w,-iiiii;i' pmjjoh1.-...
('.a i.-u';;:     i.
ior,-    .'iwakeniwo'
* i i
.elll^
i.iel ihai
:l:,������.l'.,.
ei'-;.mres were lorud   t-ni
ue   is
. '*���
two of these dci-pi*
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our
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��� '( i::'.\ .ii:.; Ciiupl.'ell
'! ih"i .' i< iif; ihnibt
.ave h P-I!i'i.�� i-oiled 111;
, : i'lie, at I'.-i-^!. i-, uu
.-m'.j'iiiior. :.i Coiifii
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CHURGM-* NOTICES
.' METHODUST CHURCH
SERVICES.
Public    Worship���Sunday,   7
p;  m.
Bible Study  (S.   School).2.30
p.' m.
\onn��- People's Society���Monday. 7.30 p..in.
��   Prayer   mcclin"-:   Wednesday,
7-:yv- "j.
Ladies"Aid--Fir>,_  Tuesday of
eveivoinonth, at 7.30 p. m.
Pastor, Pvl'V. Wm, KUioir, Jl A.
si^cnroKGTi;rs=ivFE"STnA
TERIA\" CHURCH.
Servicoi, lln.-m. and 7.p. in.
Bibb* Olii:.s, 1.30 j>. m.
Sunday S.chooi, ;1.;}Q p, nv,
Praytir luccting, Wednesday evening 'y. 30.       '
Pastor, itow Jas. Hood,
I
MAROCCHI BFJGS,    S
GROCFRS   &"BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS
Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BEER   .
Who-esak* Dealers in all Kinds of
Wines and' Liquors.
L        SECOND    STREET
������ ������::* -j.*..'-'.-1'���.
^.-fin."
1:1
ti��-jtTjra.rt����r:A��wr^i��\)��* .ma*mri*> ar^n**tw***i
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IIMC^ Ntj����'
h'HiLLlPPS HARRISON
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
mrni
pi
NOTARY   PUBLIC
CON VYAN CING
wywwmamiwtsimwi ����������* iiwpi
DUNSMUiR Avenue
k��.*m TwiJnraiwwiiNM^Mi mni trnmnrwJim.vmjn.'Kwm. Kwisrtwjnrxmm
CUMBERLAND,
ma&atTxnmxirmn
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Having bouo-ht  the   entire   stock  of
< A O      *
Pail thorp   &   I dien s,  of. No. 8 '
Mine. I intend to carry on a
, ihiirfhtpr VftH
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miwrriMwinn t�� iMn,-.kMt��M_u
!%-��r.lt*'m,Mnrf_u_tviuj��i
Violin Strings for sale at the 'NEWS'
tnrrtm-tx miwAtw* raMUMnDiXMm. MtDrnwi ���**nv*Mt%.'n*axw*L*'ar+.'*
The"Armunl Moctiuj;; of the M-or-
fll Reform Council of British Col*
uiflhi.i is callod to meet in Vicorit*.
pn Thur&duy und Friday, November Dtli and 6th, 1914, in connection with whlqha contention of the
moral forcoe of th'e Provlnca is
cfillad. Tho chief question will bc
tho formulivtiu-g of u temperance
policy for British Columbia, on
which all the monil forces of Until? h Columbia can ngnio. Other
questions, such na immip;ni,tion,
hind, labor, moral and social conditions in tho Province, will bo
diKBUseei].,, Representatives ftroc\r��
pcctiul from all parts of tho ProM
vinco.
rrM��ir����r4-^��hwt��nrw��a_��fiiMi��whir��BWi*b��niiJMMtaMM��
I'    lli
I'll     t'i."      1A..I li
��� " l ; "\M di-.*;- '���',, :.;.,:
j: ��� :*. ii!iii:-'.iuK it; lie was heaui
,-.,i;|i:ii:iii;.�� Ip a l"i-Iinv/ f'tiillltl'V-
li,:.:     Iil'd   UH*}    Will'   ;���('(. 11   ('(Ul	
\ . ��� ::i^ Uii.'eilu.'i- ,u tMirihtrliiiid
ia ' 'm.'A'., This is ;i .vnuus
.��� ,'���'��� of nfl.'iir^i ��'ii'' ii is iucuiii
i ��� ���>! ir.i I'vt'ty loyal   ciiiv.t*ti    to
I     " ."i;  iiitellij.'ni1 h"'-i: ' ur nnd
��� i.i  .'.nv Mispii'|f;iis i i I'-.inu-ia
to ensure not to be reported to
Oe nn anv is to herd thcni all into
canipH until' tho war is over, for
Ciuiadn will ho mi object of ritlaok
if Gonimn arms woro viclorioup, even tmiiporally. .hul^inu; from lho
tone nf tho (icrmuii newflpnporf^i'io
triiiui ol thought led and cncoura^i
ed hy their profu.cors and lho Kni��
for, who, under a pretended friend
ly vinit to Kntfl.-inil, utilized iho nc-
oiiMiiii to jiost tlio gpies ovorywliore
and lately hau iinnounced his deter
minntion lo' j-peciiilly vent hid ro-
venue upon Kn^liuid's liulo nrmy.
and Hum upon England itnolf; and
liii nri'vionn (U'ol'irniiMiio flv.\l lie
wnp lhe friend ef pence, v.liiliit :\)]
thotiiui! propairiiiR /or war, stumps
him, his paid prces, mid liis learn*
profensors with iheirfnleo teachings
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���""of-Merchandise consisting, of '
GENT'S FURNISHINGS,
���    HARDWARE   '
CROCKERY and GROCERIES.
'Il c
Bottle- of T-'
- '; %>ith your meals'
Notice Ihe good effect on appetite and digestion
PILSENER BREWING CO., LTD.
Also distributors for.U.B.C and   Newlifc Beers. Nanaimo
MmMiwivvwtiini
m.\fv*s>u%i.tr*v-\. ***mi\x��%***wrxt.v*iu*Km
al.:.'<>l!ll!ll!>l!lllllllllUIIIIII!IUIIlllllUlllllllllllllllll!!i;illlllillllillll|llllllll!i;
;i!llli:!l!!llllllll!!llllHi:il!lll|!!Illlli:i;]Lii;l;i!1Hi!;i!li'l4i!HiiU'l!!r,!:WI!!)li!:!:!
Our Winter Underwear Slock is complete now ancl comprises   some   of the
.. |T3��st~mak"iTs~| ,.
Scliofifld'hHeavy Rib, por -g-itmont .-...?1 25 nnd $1,75
"I.jitnun-ii." fine a 1 wool, pur gurmont  ' $1 75-
Pen Aug- e, fine all wool, par ft-annent :...'.. ?$1.50
Ken's Shi_ i s mado. of line Suoteh Z-iphyrs
with Fronch enffs and collar to mmch   $1 50
Men's Koavy -Woes: Sv.-eotors.....   $4.00' to $0 50
Cord Volvots in all io-iding shades, 27 in. wido, exira val 65c yd
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THE "IBEAL" S'
Si
Next u> Tarbells
ii
\    All   Can    Goods   et    wholesale   prices
which musl  be ���cleared out     Drop
in and get prices on case lots. s
NO   TROUBLE'    TO    SHOW     GOODS
Specia.i Prices on  Saturdays
inMnn>UHmmin��u._i
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p^��^'^s_^in____nMgoni
Wm. McLELLAN
NEXT TO I'EACEY'S DRIQ. STORE,       DUNSMUIR AVENUE
'J4^*I-^'t"H,^i"J"S".-"!-,fi-"-!''^'t*'J-J*'f,"-I' ^���J^J-''i'''i-''-t-'4��j.-)v;.��j,.j[,^,.��,,j,.j,^.,j,.j.,,j,,fj.
THE COST OF THE WAII.
(in'ow York  World.)
AfNuiyiing 8,o00,000 men in urms,
Yves C'Uiyot recently ORtimatuil Ilio
cost of 11 io wur, upon Bi\llcin oxpu-
ripneo of !.'2.50 iiilny ]>er 111.111 nt
$22,01)0,000 a dny. An oolicr iind
Ichh doii��iL'd catiiniUi' lixod tho ... , , . ,
count -mUOO;000 ,1 day. '7^. "^ ]"* w]^]M"��^'
Such oatimiiUfl   ���'>��   M.  GoyotV1 " hn" " Kn"M ",I:!,"U  (,,,,,lr-
fall m cover loss by crop w.uu,. l.y I ""i"',)    NflW; n* "l ,,n ,,,,,f,,, {hw'
S     tlid    lnC'Ill     til Mllll 1'jlC.tU 1*1*1'      llllll
ineivliniir   liiwinn- liis ^nodt boost
At  ll llllll'],cmi    nf    11kj     Uolai'V
i-liili, lick) in Vioiorin rocoiiilv,
hvi-idi'/'t Uijfffins Biii.l, ��'^onr
fit 01U 11 rn lining liroiijrlit -p''(.ni)i.
noiiily lit'l'oni iho pulili.i n^ novcr
hi'l'oiv, mul ii- is jut opiKiriniii/y
fur ymi lu nd. hnsiiicMi nnd nA\
yonr poodx,    Tlm   mini   who   it
ii:Hi;in{i:!i[:irisi:inin;i:*:i;:ii.ii!:iii:i;i:!Ei!jn!iii>):u(iuKruin!:ii^: HHfK-iffi:i;iuiun;aKuufTiifiii!f;;:f;rifi;iu[Htiru;uHirTTit;if;:;::KU!tiri:iii!riiE:unt5nt
^iiiiiiifciiiiiniiniiMiim^^
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g   Capital Prticl Up $11,560,000. Rosorvo $13,000.0        B
j' The Royal "Bank of Canada. "!
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I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   .UUliUICiNCY,   l'AYAHLE   ALL |
I '    ���            OVER   THE    WOULD.
I SPECIAL ATV1SNTI0N paid 10 SAVINCS ACCOUNTS & iniero.M  |
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jg n"l hiplicut Current H11 Ice nl'mw ;�������� 00 J;oj os-'iis of $1 nnd npwnnls,    |j
I OUMBEIILAND, B. 0., Iimnoh, Own T-iiil/      D. III. Mot-rioon, Mgr.
U UNION PAY, B.O. Brunch, O^si I ai,y,       F. Eosworth, Kgr,'
M COUHTENAY,   S. 0 , Branch,  Opon Dn.ilv II. K   Haulv/ick,   Mgr   .
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MtlWHMtMM MM
kauf!aotnrer of MINERAL V^ATER
(t**litim
P, 0. BOX 483
THONIS 29,..,
8 ^Muv*tMfm*MmmtdMa*��immmmm*Mtm*j^."fi
-vminm 4 HiiwmiwwwHiuiiMBi
CUMBERLAND
ili'siruciion 01 j.iropcrly, hy inohi
izulioo hc.foro tho war nnd in liuui-
r-d countries, Mutcrinl dniiiugu
in llulgiuni hn.R ulrofulp rocched
^000,000,000; in Franco poilinjiH
twico lis nmch. Wlmt it hau beon
(.-iiilnoiii, I'ol.ihd nnd Ii'iihi I'ruswu,
iuul niuy hn luior, who knowH,-
One your of tho wnr upon a daily
f-ilmiM" midwiiy bolv.'ccr. M.Cny
ni'nnd the hi-lic-.l, .siy ^IL'.ODD,-
OCO11 day would coet moro thnn
eliivon liiliioiiH, Mniorial datnniju
tmd indirect las.  would much hall'
..'.'. lli-il'iSi.i'OW.'i    tij ivi^iila,   Ulic^ccin-   1 .lo UlUCiii j i. in llilUuU)   }^i)_illilil
iUft of 11 tondor thought or Rcnerotid
trciitinont of any kind.
nrru yurtwimmm���_��w __��m>
1 ���
w:
1 \
Thu Hev. Father MerlonB of (Ju
tiiox, met wiih n hnd  nwirfont   011
Tlnmdiiy hiFt.   Whilo etnndiiiR on
jiu'l'i'!'!ii ���  . ,'hl  ;.-!'�� tculioliJ iiroutid St Jo.-oph'n lio..
<\l     I'liini'i. !i.   i'.'!"! ���-,, i!''l-''h ii'M'ootHl-ppfd, pnicipitaMng
, ,.''v,lM1,:i i.a,   |.t, ,, ,,,';,..(,:! inn. K.mctliiriyh'Ulolht'(.round,
Tin.1 fall broke om�� unu iuul   trite
Ia.   -CUVw iinii 1 hi-, f.i-. >:. icoi.ifu:
���mud ihrw ribp.
Thn en lit 0  e?timatcd   wculihof
tho olght Kuropeiin nationrf at war
-i, *'2M ,000.000,000, Tho war
could not continue n f��.oond ytur
Ytilliout co.-iting iht-.in ono ti-nih of
ilitirnarnuieil wmilth of utimirics
ni:i] iicutrMl nulluii; n Mini .ijiuiiur
Lnit C'��i)Hdciabli'. I'pini mch a
a (ilioivinga luii�� war nc^nm iiiipo^-
iblv.
I'M.
V/ISK.
Suit Ln] 0 llcinlil-Ua'piihlicnn
A ninii who lives in onr town
Tlioiijilil, ho wns woiidermis
���I    ������        wine;
ir.'!..., .   i ���  .      a   ���,
in   Jullijii'u ju.<i ii Hliriia.-i-i,
Uii( woiiliin'ttidverline.
And when lie fmnid hi? bnsi-
III'PH ^'i'IIO,
I!.'':*:t-/!��  uuArA aaa'
Ilo Klni'twl in lo ndioi'li^o,
And gol it bnd* nguin.
whww *mnm*Mr.imw*t,ia.**mmmvm'94 * T'iiii_m-miiiii-nniw imm*
Singer Sewing Machine Needles for
sate, at (he Ccn*!)?rh;vJ'?;��:WSf
(��)
$
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Thomson's   Boarding   House
Has Now Beon Opened Up nnd is
prepared to receive boarders
llonrd by the Dny, Weel: or   Month
���Re.'isotmble Rales��� ���
J
ifi;
C",
Hi
Dunnmuir Avoihip, Near Fourth
Street���CuiMlioriiiTid, ]l, O,
Wm, Thomson
Wo ii)v now riium-cd in ;i
.���-���J111 _.��� jilc fur National existnneti:
.Till nub]" ihe Allies nre st-n^-
���.���'iii); to rfiiiii that t-Mstance.
!)o we fullv vcaliw the fact C
*t
! l!
r,w --r rnnrTi Ti-TiiinmiiMnir ~r~r lr^fiiiiiinnii an im
���nmtn mwmmwm.w*iiuv*iumitvit*
"The Little Store."
Ctmtis A. King, P^opnictrtsss
THE PLACE   WHERE VOU  CAN  GET
OLD COUNTRY  PAPERS
Choice; CuncltVi.s by ;ill the leading makers.
Soft Drinks, Cigars, Cigarettes, cic.
Ounsmuif. Avenue Cumbof-lond. E>. C*
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