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Whether you are well dressed or not ia de'ertninKl euro by  where you buy your clothes  '.harTby what you pay for them  No matter what you pay us  ior a unit you may be euro that  its the best lobe had for the  money ;, best in,material, work  manship,.style, everything,-* and  that you'll he well dressed \vheu .  you get it on.  The more .   a man  knows about pood clothes ancl  correct di eat-big the more pleas  ed we  are   to show   him   our.  stock. ���������  He recognizes at once the per  feci ion of niy Iti and material  iri every garment he seas here.  mrnxxorata  Perfect Fit  ���������AND���������  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  SIMON LEISER & Co  ....         LIMITED -  Dnnsini.ii* Avenue.  . VUON K U8. CUMBERLAND  Mr. P. Kagan, tlio new paymaster, looks good to'us-. I Hie  should prove "anything like ac  good as our old paymaster, he  will be all right.  Thb firbt annual electrical dance  was held in (lie Cuinbrlnnd Hall  on Friday evening last, a large  number being present It was  one of the most successful and on.  joynhlo affairs ol! ihii kind held  this season, and those who'had the  pleasure of attending uru loud in  their praise of it. Jioj'a _ Orel ice-  tm fiii'iiishoil tho music, Ho-  froslnneiils woro sorved during  the evening.  .  HAPPY VALLEY NOTES.  Messrs Banks, Campbell and  McKinnon liavo returned from  I heir mission to Victoria, They  will report result al nu.Nt'moeting  of the ciiy council.  Wo liour   lli.it   Cnpiiiin   Abolf  Anderson, of Union May, is nbout  starting 11 now process brewery at  lhat plnco. This is a brewery that  the captain can carry on bis buck,  an'l is n 'presto change" nl.uir.,  Adolf hns struck it rich, und sees  liims lf in the Ciiriu^io-lvooko-  foiler cIiipp, Wo niiio hear that  u wealthy Union Hay linn has  offered #00,000 I'or a hull in tereM  in this wonderful disci vory; but  tlio Uaptian says, '-nollilng doing,'  in- ho wishes to reduce tlio high  cost nf beer, Captain Andeiatni  Ium pi...hw..iMl for fl.OOfi.OOO hush.  oU of, charcoal to wv In ihi? new  process of beer iniiiiiifauliiru.  ThiH boor will bo niiiiicd "The  ������Adolf AmliMwn Dollfllit,"  Ht  \Vc are infonned that the re.  cent civic election is to protest-  ,ed, oj������ thc grounds of the   11011-  qtinlifjcAtion of ninny of thoso who  v'o'ed ut tho   election.  "Pat" nitisl be having the time  of his liU; over on Penman.  ������������������Micky dog P  On.the evening, of tho 20ih,  inst, a banquet was held in honor  uf the great Scottish poet, ��������� ''Rob-  bio" Biirns, at. tho residonco of  Mr. H. Mil lor. A most enjoyable time was spent.  The young pooplo of tho valley  organised a sleighing party for  Tuesday evening, Jan, 27th, and  about fifty lads and lassies took  ndvan.age'of the outing, Lcav  ing lho valley nt 7 30, lho party  set oJTwiih ihe horses' heads toward Courtonay, and at S.-1-0, Mr.  ,S, Calhoun was surprised to seo  hid house raided by this company  ot young lifo, J.Iu coon recovered his equilibrium, and did his  utmost to accommodate his visiters. A pi'og'unimo consisting  of songs, recitations etc, wnsjjoon  arrungtul, after which dancing  was indulged iu uulil the early  hours of the morning. The parly thanked both Mr. and Mrs.  Calhoun I'or tho reception given  them, A very pleasant evening  was h'ought to a closo hy llie  singing of "For I Jo's a Jolly Good  Follow"'. The parly net oil' on  1 lio rol 11111 ji'iirney, arriving  safely home at -1-.30 n, in., after  an ideal sleigh ride,  A very Inii'i'oi'.iliig address was  delivered at the V, I\ S., on tlio  evening of the 2Slh, by M.i- l\  Grant, principal of the school, upon tho life of Robert Hums, So.  Ins were rendered by Mrs. Woh.  ber, Mr. Alitrtdmll and Mr. Ju'.  llurns, and that beautiful poem of  Munis' 'Man Wan Mado to Mourn',  ��������� i   ��������� ���������   ,,     "���������.���������    '   ���������      1   ' .     M.     'P    * ������''  A..S-  V,v.i .\a������_.\.vi  *>j   .nl,   i,  4>tji-  ler. A goodly number was pros-  out, Tho uvoiiing's onlertain-  nicnt eloeed with thc singing of  "Atild Lung Syne,"  tmmarm ��������� ���������_,��������� ���������^>������������������*m* ������. *****  Won't there be a howl go up  10 heaven if the election is up���������  stel? The dogs of Cumbcihtud  won't be in it,  Local Items  The Crown Theatre lias leased the Courtenay Opera House:  for motion pictures., We trust  that this enterprise may prove-a  success Under the energetic,man--  agementof Mr. W. Wit*.hell,  who is alive to the likes of- the  people along this line.. Ho is a  rustler,  That all workingmeu" in the  city will have a chance to secure  remunerative work before a  month has passed is lhe3best  news that has been hoard 'for.  some time. The full dinner  pail is not only, a sign o(? prosperity, it is a necessity in a well  governed community ���������Victoria  News.  ���������  o-,   Rev. James Hicks, brother of  Tiev. William Hicks, a. former  Methodist pastor here, died last  week at Victoria. , He had been  ill but a short, time, and , his  death was quite unexpected;  This makes the third Methodist  minister of the.li. O; Conference,  to pass away within the past few  weeks.  . ��������� -'  We have   ineu   of   far-seeing  vis-ion on,the ."watch-towers'''-?o'f  our city; and we have some with  distorted vision also.'- .������������������������������������ ;  . The. Victoria "News predicts a  provincial electiou before" very  long.    Those.ambitioussonls up  tbis way, who are hankering after political honors^ had .belter  get busy. ���������  -������������-  ;?''Sleighing-and:, skating-is die  order of the day. It is invigor.  a ting sport..  ,  ���������FOll SALE CHEAP���������A! five  room cottnge. on Penrith Avemi',  Apply at Ideal Store.   *���������: :  "Tom" may get. thero   yet, if  he's game.    What-fun   wo   will  havo should thoro bo another elec  tinn,    Something   doing     every  minute of tho day.    Turn   them  all   out   and   begin   over   again.  r? n  Moro work for the printers and  lawyers. But lo bo serious, pooplo havo r.o business to bo on  the list and vote,   unless  thev are  .j 1 *  properly qualified, ��������� It is up fo  Ihem to find out. The outcome  of this protest which' is going  ahead, will be watched with interest.  Lincoln's Immortal  V Speech at Gettysburg.  (Nov. 19, 1S63.)   ���������  ."Fourscore and seven yoars ago  our fathers brought forth on this  "continent a new" nation, conceived iu liberty, and dedicated to  the proposition that all men are  created equal.  ,. Now. we are engaged iu' a  great civil war, testing whether  that nation, or anv nation so cm*.-  :ceived and so dedicated can long  .endure. We sre met 011 a great  batth'fii'ld of that. war. We have  come to dedicftte a portion of  that fii-ld as a final resting-place  for those who here 'gave their  ..lives that that nation, might live.  It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. .  A Hut, in a- larger sense, we.ear-  not dedicate, we cannot consecrate/\ve cannot ��������� hallow th;s  ground. . The brave men, living  anil-dead,- who struggled here,  have'consecrated it "far ' above  our poor power to add or detract.  =The .world will little note" uor  long-remember what we say here,  but it can never forget what ihey  .'did here, ' It is for us, the living, rather, to be dedicated here  to the unfinished work which  ���������they" who fought here have.thus  far so nobly advanced."'Tt is rather for us to'be here .dedicated  ���������to the great'task remaining bo-  _foj^_us=.lhauir-oin_these-honor���������  ed dead .we lake increased devotion to that cause for which they  gave the last full measure of devotion; that we here highly ro"  'solve th'aftliese dead'- shall not  have died'hr vain;. that this na -  tion, under God, '.shall have- a  new birth of.freedom; and that  government of the people, by the  people, for thc people, shall uot  perish from the earth.  -^>-  A first class concert will be  held in the Minto _ School, 011  Thursday, Frbmary 1 atli,r.coin  meiiciug at 7.30, by lo<\,l artists,  making an interesting program;  the first part colored minstrels,  the second part, being a dramatic  sketch entitled "Saved,'* iijiei-  spevsed with songs, recitations  aud instrumental selections,  " 'Hl>"~-"������������������-'~  Mr, W. .Jackson, representing  the Vaucjuvcr Province, i.s iu  town,  ��������� ������������������������Mt1_������' ���������*������*  TIIK PICKKKCT MAN  Thoro is n num who novr  dvinka  Nor -:moke>), nor chews, rur  swears,  Who never gambles, never  ll: its  Aud shun3 all.f'inful siiareB-i.-  IIo's puralized.  Thore is n mnn  who nover di.cs  A thing that is not right.  IIi������������ w\(q can tell just whe: >  lm is  At iiioriiiiij', noun mul i.i^ht--  llo'r* duiul.  Parker Williams* Tribute  To Lord Strathcona.  "As the seconder of this reso ���������  lutiou I just want to say a word.  An old man has passed away,  Lord Strathcona. from 'the brief  attention I have paid to his history, was born ol the multitude  aud democracy, and perhaps that  was tlie basis of his strength  which canied him to the wonderful age of rj,| years. He wns  a man of immense energy, of a  sober cast of mind, and we must  therefore draw the conclusion  that he was a man of careful  habits, because aftor all character is merely tho structure that  is built upon habits and experience.  ���������"To Lord Stwlliconn the fates  were kind, Wealth and all that  wealth cau bring were   his,   to  ZSto&i&S&y,  MACFARLANE BROS., LTD^1 |  THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE." /ll     -^  StOC  Taking.  ^���������*yv������������������.ei^0  %  I 'A  \Y  9>  i  &  'it  But -Always' at  Your Service  We  ^^Joi?'*?*^*^^  S ������������������  are making' a special displav  -" Children's Goods   this week.  See  Our  Window  In Groceries we beg to draw, your attention to the prevailing low pri<:e'sti on  California Dried Fruits  These goods are choice and- wiil not  be any lower in price. Also sold*in  on tins as    Pic   Fruit.     Prices  on  I    t      A  V. I       \l;  c  ft  ���������^[^mbs-and^^hubari^-^re^ei^-lewr^^  LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER FOR SMOKED OR SALTED RSil f  These are Seasonable Goods j|  ff its the Latest  ���������We Have jt  Macfarlane Bros., Limited  THE: CORNER STORE^^ CUMBERLAND  gather with abundance of honor.6, But in addition to these  things he enjoyed what is perhaps the grcati'Sl prize that any  man can havo, and especially a  man of liis extreme age, in thai  to the last his faculties appear to  have, remained uniinpared. And  again the fates were kiud, for  when the final end cave sleep  hid from his visiou tho roapui  whom men bo much dn-nd.  "As I say weni I h and position  woro his in thu vory hi'Thest. ilu.  groe, yet theso things mi^ht, he  taken from liim, hut Lord ������Stratli  (jonn poBHcsseil much that wn. w-A  atti ibulahlu to tht-so iiintui'ial hhuy  ens, and for that reason, Mr.  Speaker, wo scizo   tin's   nppurtuA  ity,of paying tribute  to hia mem-  ory,  Thc uu-nibers of Holy Trinity  Guild will hold a Bazaar aud  Cinderella Dr.ncc iu tl*e Cumberland Hall on Shrove Tuesday,  I'"ebiiinry 241b.  .. ^������-  WANT1CD���������A roliiiblo oxpuii  enecd girl, for goneral, housework  A 1 ond liuiiM.' for tho right perfs.011,  Apply m ihu 1'Lfi.ii.iiu' of Dr. G,  K,    Mac.NiinghtJjn,   Winduni.^.'.  Avuuuc, uity.  Mit-s Ila/.i'l Crcssau, o'" Nnnai-  ino, who hur, been vis't'ng Mr,  and Nfrfi. .John Thorn.wi I'or th<������  past six weeks, wiil leave for  her home on Thurs-iny mo'iiin-'  f������3WSn__S_Ht3K^^  CAMPBELLS  DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT  1  !  IiM.rv'.criu make room lor our liii^ii slock of Spring Goods now arriv  ing, wc art; oili'ving the following inducements in the bulanco of our winter  stock. Ladies Misses' and Children's Sweater Coals, LadicsTweed  and Wat������rnrnof Oo.it? Child's Fidordown and EearJdn  Ooats, Blankets and Comforters at a discount of 25c on the d.dl.-u-.  Special prices in Ladies' and Misses' Flannelette Underwear  26 pieces 6 inch width Taffetta Ribbon in all shades at 20c a yard.  Remnants in all lines of goods at Quick Sale Prices.  Men's Cvcrccals, Raincoats, Suits, Sweaters, Sweater Coals, Shirts etc. at reduced prices  CAMPBELLS  w  so--'  .-V.,.'.  w-Alay-JM^SKr.:^^  ______! fe!*'-1  'MY^:  ���������"��������� ;"oi____________3 ,.'i<-JS,c.  "A_S"-  ITHE 'NEWS, 'CUMBERLAND, B. C  .S  Cf  %  FOR ALL  By E. R_ PimshoD  Ward, Lock & Cc LlRfteat  London, Melbourne & Turcot*.  GttLETTS LYE  fj  &  (Coatl.Mied)  i ihiii!:, said Dora slowly, I UiiJik 1  ���������must go nwny. 1 must, oho wont on,  and liilnK.  I'.iily Man Ktop,-.ctl in.liis walk and  hy-Aix to liiujj'h, From nna. the door  Mrs. en'.kc--.--, laughed ton, aud Green's  fcu-i'ywr.s vor. Palo r.s lie said ln a  L.i ;-i..'d whisper:  .��������� You was just balmy to come 'oro,  m :bs. Off or 'cm Jiionc-y, :is much as  tlioy a Ac. for there ain't nothing' this  lot stinks 1*1.  If (his man is really Wilton Mayue,  saifl Dom, how long will It he before  ho corn os l-ack io iiij right senses?  1 don't know, answered Green, he  ain'i never s to pried so long like Ihis  a.or;.'. Generally he ain't Billy Man  more nor twenty-four hours. 1 think  it's 'ir,.neck; it's Riving "im a. lot of  ii'oulilo. and 'urts, too, and 1 think it's  sotting . poison.d bin he-won't'see  no doctor.  I iuupt go, Piiit Dora, and turned  and looked full and straight and for  a long time at Billy Man.  Wilton Mayne, she srid at last, very,  distinctly, will you come with me'.'  For a moment an obscure, uncertain  change seemed to flicker -across his  ooimrcnanco, but in a moment it, had  passed again like a breath, upon a  poli.Mied p.la-.s It was Billy Man's  harsh, evil laugh thai, sounded as ho  , said:  Oh, you ain't soin_��������� my dear, so don't  yon think it.  Why, .hen, said Cera quietly, 1 shall  ho fetched  II you told Mm, said Joan;, if you  told fclm -where 1 wis, be would, come  to me Rnd take me away from here.  I think lie would.  Groen did not answer but stood  looking all ways except at her. Then  he closed and locked the door Snd  wont away, and as lie descended the  stairs lie muttered to himself:  It would he as good'as suicide, so it  would, for me to go meddlin'--and .as  for Mr. THiorold, he just thinks me dirt,  but if I told him all 1 knew then lie  would come mid fetch, her; and he'd bo  as happy as uincpeuce afterwards',  curse bim--aud Durand.and Monday  would slit my throat���������it's-no concern  of mine,.let her look after herself.   '  Ho pushed open tiho door of the room  where Billy Man. and Mrs. Crookes  wero still sit.Ing.  Where's some liquor? he shouted. I  want to get drunk tlie quickest wuy T  can.  (To be Continued;  GHOSTS WHO PAINT  Oh, shu'. up, Bald Green angrily; a  bloke can't hear himself t-'.lk while  you're a-carryins on; shut up, do.  ' She subsided into silence then, and  in equal silence Billy Man went on  drinking, while Green devoted himself  to his neglected herring, which lie  now ate. will, groat deliberation.-and  apparent satisfaction. Wlien he had  finished he got up and stretched himself and i.markod:    '   ,  I'll take, her grub up now, if it's  ready.   -  Mrs. Crookes, by way of answer,  jerked her thumb towards a tray  standing on a chair near. On the tray-  was some. coiT.ed beef.on v. dirty plate  and a.pot of pickles,' together with  some broad and butter.  Fit for a queen, said Mrs. Crookes,  observing tliat he looked at it.in a  somewhat dissatisfied manner, fit for  a queen, so it is.  . WLere's tlid tea? ask:d Green, and,  as sho only grumbled to herself by  way of reply, he got a teapot with a  broken lid and a damaged spout and  brewed some tea in it.  Then picking up the tray he left thc  Fetched'.' cried Billy Man and Mrs. j room and went up'to tlie top of tlie  Cr-okes'together, and Green muttered' House, where ho knocked twice at the  with an oath:  Why, not s- balmy after all.  ��������� Fetched, Dora repeated. Naturally  one does not como here without precautious. If I am not���������well, somc-  ' where���������by six, by seven a letter tell-  ' ing cvery-thinVthat 1 k-ow, fully written out with name and addresses and  everything, will be in. the hands oi" the  police.  She" has dono you? grinned Green,'  . and Billy Man snatched up the whisky  bottle and flung it-jit him with an oath.  She's dono, you, all the sar.ie, Green  ���������repeated, dodging tLe bottle.  JWell, can 1 go?  AI aiTy~i*srersai d-Mr ifc-e-rook-esr^'o u-  must swear e?nd give proofs you'll tell  nothing to i.obody.  .1 s'.iall do nothing of tho sort, answered Dora, but ..to-monvw   1   shall  conic hack again.  What for? asked Billy Man suspiciously.  To see it' Wilton Mayne is here, she  answered.  That's all rot, he declared.  We shall see, she answered; I shall  wait fill he does, roturn.  Don't talk such rot, ho repeated angrily. I'm Hilly Man and I'll never let  Wilton Mayne come back. It's lieap_  better fun bring Billy Man, and as for  Wilton Mayne h. is .iust a slow old  prig with hi.i scribbling and his uri  a'.il all the rest of it.  I shall wait, said Dora a&ain, till he  does return. Please let me pr.ss, lihc  uiidotl to Mrs. Crookes,  Yon wo. 't split on us, miss, will  you',' asked Greon anxiously. ,  Nu, no, said Dora; for to-morrow 1  R,.iill come back, but now I must go.  1 ihlnk 1 must be tired, my head js  po strango.  Sullenly oncnigli, but obeying a sign  Billy Man made her. Mrs. Oronko.  drew away from tho door, ond Do: i  wont out and down tho .stfiir>*, followed  by Clrocii, who let her ont.  "Vhni In ri.tiii'iK'd Billy Man wna  i-IUIng mi an ovor'tirned box in front,  ol' ilio llro. drinkini;, out of a hot lie;  whilo Mrs, f!:'ni)l������s was Indulging In  au uuilJw.ik of iluiiiiiclnlhii and nbino  ���������' al? and sundry,  door of tho middle attic before receiving any answer- ���������  Then a voice bade him enter, and  turning a key he unlocked the door  and entered. The chamber was a  small one vrith a sleep sloping roof,  in wliich, jigli up, was a light, the  only window the room liad. The only  furniture was a chair bedstead, a rickety table, and a couple of wooden boxes? On one of th<?s= Joan Durand was  seated? and as Green cnicrea'shp rose  and stood looking at him..   .    ,  Always pale, slie had become still  more so these last few days. Iler  cheeks had grown hollow and beneath  !_e-ji-g-v.gs���������������,-ere���������black_liiie...     She did  Na-Dru-Co Laxatives  are different in that Uie}'  do not gripe, purge nor  cause nausea," nor does  continued use lessen their  effectiveness. . You can  aivrays depend ou ��������� tliem.  25c. a box at your  Druggist's.  . 178  NsUonal Drug and Chemical Co.  of Canada, Umllcd.  &m*#*:m  WITCH HAZEL  ^yYm&ti?m^ixy  Head so Itchy Could Hardly Stand  It, Dandruff Showed on Coat Collar, Cuticura Soap and Olnlmont  Curod in Ono Month,  ������������������������������������- ��������� ���������-  f.WI-IUi.lx Hi St., Moiilr.'fil. One.-���������"Cull-  nm-a iiiiiip iuul ointment mini mo ptrnm-  in'-uty from (l-.niilnilf und scalp Iich (lint. i  i .'i'i ftiinviliw niili Mii"-v out 11 yonr. I lm.  1,11 iiiili'.iniii'.iiloii ol' ibo limm und a vtiry  Midi'! |i'H;i'. Vv'lu.ii 1 i(:i")Vi.i'pil, my liciul  v.ii' i'.)',tn-'l villi, t'i'itli'K iuul rliiiirlrnlf, nml  ll v.-iiswiiK'iiy 1 nmlij huidly iltnil Jt. Tlio  (iiiiiiii-iiif tiifi\iKi un niy i.'d:i1 collar, 1 Imd  ���������,'"! M.l-iiill-i IjK -lii-tur... v.i 1 )-.<>..,��������� t, roller. I  imiiid nl Ciiili.iii- ;���������<<>:��������� |. ;>inl oinlmi.'iif. and  i.'mM ������������������! a uy He ni, .'.'ini 1 nn) \ory I'A'i'l of  |i, lii-cii:-'*- 1 run ju rl'i-rtly o.nroft.   1 ufwI  , ,      ' "'*��������� "...I���������  Ol-Hninu- villi Oin  /Vil.M.vn '-n.'.V". II. lout. OUI! Iilulllll (0 Cliro  Jiic,    1 lal.c I'll ir-lim III li'i;ii)im-luiili,. ', .ni-  onn .S.iip iind uiiiiiiiciii I'i iiiiit-iio wlm Ib  i���������!'T.'!'������������������*! wl'.li ecalp op Miin rtlsensos.",  ("I,;pi-'!) Jdcinr I'liri'iu", Dec, 80, Mill.  TO I1EM0VH DANDHUFF  Prevent fulllni. Imlr. mniiivn criHU and  wiiilus, nml nllny Stdilnj. und Irritation of  llie w'ulpi IVei'Hient sluiniponn with t'utU"ii'i.  Hunp. uiiltU'd by occu-.ion.il drc-iplriK** villi  Ciitlcur.i ointinoi.l, afford Uif; K|iciwliiwt find  ni.'it f.'i'onoi'iileiil iri'iitnii'ut. 'J'l.icyns.il.'f Jn  j>vi.iii'i'iii������ I'm I'i'iiiMli nml Iifnuiy or Ilio  lialr by ivnioWui! tlioro (idiiiIIUouh wlileli  fend (o tnitkn It ������lr>, lliln. uml l|l'i-Ir������. offrn  leridltiR lo pr'nintuit' nwyric-'i hml \ti-i ol  lialr, Cullcurti Hoapand < "tuli'uraOlnunrnt.  ure ������nlil liy dnniRisH and ileiilnr? ihtouRlioMt  tho world. Ubrrul tininiilo of ev:h mailed  tree, with 'Til-P. fckln l*1)'''.:. AUdrcii pint  eurft 1'otK-r I)ru������ Jk Cbcni. Corp., Uopt.  40D, Uostou. U. U. A.  not speak, and with a somewhat awk-  ward and embarrassed air Green put  his tray down on the rickety table and  then, stood ia silence.  Your dinner, miss, he said at last.-1  made the tea niy -elfy ho added.  Thank you, she said. ^  Ho still lingered, fitik'^'iius in tho  doorway.   ,  Your father will be hack to-morrow,  Miss, he said. .llaek Monday-���������if '1  was you, 1 should bo ready for 'em,  miss.  What can I do? she asked wearily,  when you kco]i,,mc locked up here?  You"came of your own five will, he  muttered, and better lockocLuj) hero  than looso along of that raging mad-  mr.u. If -you hadn't como when we  followed you to that thero house aud  beclioned to you throuph the window  ���������why, you would be a dead corpse hy  now.  Joan made no answer to this, and  after a timo Groon continued:  They'll never let you ro; they'll ti over let you go not now as you is married to���������to him. Ynu ml slit split  overyihinp,' to Ulm. It. wouldn't ho  fair or safe or right tc let you yo, lie  urpifitl.  Then 1 suppose, raid ,'loan, I nliall  havh to stiiy here for lin*. rest of my  life.  They can't do l.lia'r noitlinr, answered  Grocn; no, thoy can't, Jt would never ho fiafo. We can do it for a week  or two week's, but sooner or later 11,  would 001110 out, somehow, bound to   couldn't help it,  Then what do tbey iiiejin to do? asked .loan.  Ah, said Groon itnd hfesltntod iuul  ���������-.lanced furtively over his shoulder;  now that's just it���������wlini will thoy do?  mul it. Kceinwl Unit ai; lie spoke lie  shuddered. Host give In, miss, he  said more hriskly.  It I.s po absurd, she nxdiilmi-d with  a touch of impatience.  lt comes to this, no H docp, said  Green ilowly, thnt tunm* way or othor  tlicy are hound to have you pufn po  os you can't npllt on iih. TIjoi'c'.s  Black Monday now, bur. he's a brute.  What, lie r-ays Is your I'iiUut must let  hlni uiiu'ry you.  ,!oan nlui'tod iuul Unshod, and Ilion  lior pule face bni'uiiio paler thnn over,  Al any rate, r.lw fi'iid In a voire hardly audible, at any rule that is not possiblo,    ] am married.  Ah, mild Groon gloomily, but thai  dmi'l ffo for much���������not wltb Monday,  HI a el: Monday.  Ills wi.rdr'. evidently 'rrniibled .'loan,  mul i-lie nl'owed now ninv" fear llm 11  il e hnd fli no boforf1.  But I :i'.u ii'iirrled, ilIio sfiUl aga'iii. 1  nv,i -1 vU't -hr> nsRi'i'lml with a touch  of pride.     Tlmt. protests me.  Hill liiceii r.uiu liotmiii., Mil'.? f'.c-: ��������� ;.".  bro mid .'Joi'iiiy (.���������.%pi,i.,.'j'-Io]i of lil:- i'n'''"'  did not rela.v.  Phe came a llltlo nonyor and nuule  as If. to touch him on Ilio onn. hut ho  ,it-r-t<- .ii--,-- nnleklv nnd p^eiiied nhnnl  Celebrated Academy Pictures Work  of Unknown Artists  As a journalist you are doubtless  av/are that spooks are ,as commoa  In tbo literary world as blackberries,  so to epeak; but It will, probably surprise wyou and your readers to, learn  Uiat artistic spooks havo grown rapidly in numbers during the last year  or two, said a well-known artist to  tlie writer in the course of a recent  conversation. ' No matter what picture gallery you may stroll into, one  or two of the works that attract your  attention can be termed frauds���������that  is; they are not painted by,the peoplo whoso namv_s appear on them,  but by paid gliosis.  Tt does not follow that because a  canvas bears tlie name of a man or  woman, known or unknown? tbat it is  tho actual .work of Uio, person who  signed it. A capital picture exhibited in a prominent gallery the other  day bora tlio name "of a lady. . Tlie  picture was a still-lifo study, and it  was paint ci by a black-and:whi'te  artist who draws cartoons for cor  \ain newspapers, lie received a bi;  sum for his services,  Thei-d are -many clever artists who  are too poor to refuse a good price  to paint a picture for 'exhibition under another's name, and ii my early  days, when 1 knev/' ��������� what poverty  mca:.u, I painted a picture for a  wealthy gentleman who was considered a talented, amateur, but whose  i.etual work was too crude for exhibition. Tho picture I turned out re-  p- -scute'd a shipwreck and was put  on siiow in r gallery'in a northern  town. The man whose -name' appeared oii tiie 'canvas sold, it some  timo later for $1,000. lie paid me  $400 to paint it, and at tlio time I  should have beeu glad to paint .i't for  -a-teirth~cf���������i-ha!>-figur-e,-siicli_an���������i__:g:,  ent need )' had of money. -  Scores of pictures exhibited every  year at tho principal art galleries are  not the productions of sin'glA'^rtists.  Artists collaborate to an, enormous  extent; and even R.A.'s havq^before  now called in a ghost to't6u6li''Jip'_a  picture for exhibition. An artis'tfrnay  he weak in tho matter of sky, for instance. Tf lie painted in' tiro-sky  himsolf his picturo might, bo rejected  when submitted to an. exhibition. To  prevent this lie culls in a sky expert, a mai. who Is noted for his sky  and cloud effects Tii is man puts in  Uie sky, receives payment for doing  .so, and would never think of mentioning his'work to a living soul.  This l<ind _ of collaboration can  hardly be termed'unscrupulous. Col-;  laboralion in commercial art- is- very-  ciminnn. Take our poster artif-ts  a. 1 lho designer, of newspaper a.<5-  Ver'ilscmoiils. Many of these' men  employ nfi.sistoiits���������clover young fellows���������to complete designs and place  in any wording required, after they  have drawn the principal and most  Btrilfin.: pans of lho poster ov ad-  vcrt.is'jmeiii, as the caso may bc. ���������  ���������  Asoothing, cooling lotion���������the  Ytry best thing you can use  for. the chafed skin, chapped  ' hands "and bracked lips which  raw cold weather brings. ������03  25cabottle, at your Druggist's.  ' MTiONM. DRUG AND CHEMICAL GO.  QF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL  Matrimony Declining in Scotland  " Marriages registered ., In Scotland  during 1910 numbered' 30,860; 744  more than were registered during (lie  previous-year, but 1,016 fewer than  the average number registered during  tho preceding five years, and 1,111  fewer than the average number during  the preceding 10 years. The marriage rate of. the year K..G.2G; It Is  .09 a.bovo th:-.t of the previous year,  but is .42 less than tlie m&an of marriage rates' of tlie preceding five years  and ,62 less tha-u tlie mean of the  rates of the preceding ten years.  Don't, and fault. You- probably  couldn't do half as well as the people  you criticise.  'The pie trust would retire- from-tho  field A-auquislie_L.aiid binding up'-the  wounds to its pocketbooic were the  women to fight witli the kind of pies  that mother t.sed to make.  Safe Bet'  ��������� The colonel remonstrate*: witli its  subaltern time after tim--, but all in  vain. The latter was a born, incurable gambler. ;' Ono day, however,  just about the timo when ho was  transferred, his old colonel met the  new one. anil gave the latter a" word  of warning. Only two days after he  had joined liis nc\. regiment the  young officer accused his new colon.1  ot suffering from corns. -  My dear young fellow, I've never  h-ul a corn in my life.  I'll bet you .five dollars you'vo got  one on each foot n w.  Done, eaid tho colonel, aud he took  off liis boots. No corns could be  found,% and tlie colonel got hi3 money.  .Hence,when the two colonels met  the young man's old commander was  told of allthat had happened. j  Good heavens! cried the. old warrior. And he bet me' ten pounds ho  would havo your feet bare beforo he  had been in. your regiment a week.  Nearly all children aro subject to  worms, and many are born with them.  Spare them suffering by using Mother  Gravos' Worm Exterminator, the best  remedy of tho kind that can he had.  A Scottish minister was called in to  see a man who was' extremely' ill.  After finishing' bis visit,' as he was  leaving the house,' ho said to Uio man'1!  wife: My good woman, do you not go  to any church .at all?  Oh, yes, sir; we gang to the Barony  lrirk. u  " Then why in tlio .world did you send  for me? Why didn't you send for  Dr. MacLeod? - ?\  Na, na, sir, 'deed, no; avq waona  risk lilm. Do'ye no ken it's a"contagious caso of typhus?  Why suffer- from corns when they  cau bo painlessly rooted out by using  Ilolloway's Corn Cure.  Obeyed Orders  I thought 1 told you not to cut your  corns with my razor! thundered'the  exasperated husband who was trying  to lose p. few of his'w'hiskers.   Au_T haveiAt since you told me you  were so-particular with youi* olci"butch-  er knife, replied the wife sweetly.  Well, it feels tbat way.  .,  I did open a can'of tomatoes with  ���������it.     Would,,that hurt it any?  , You  didn't say 1 wasn't to do that.  There never was sucli- baby; Uiero  never was, never had been and never  could be under any conceivable circumstances on^oartli.  Molly, my,love, cried daddy, bouncing in upon his seven-year-old, Uncle  George has just arrived, and ho's enraptured. ' Ho.said: Thero never was  sueli' a baby, and ho offered t_ buy hor  for a sovereign an ounce.  You are not g6ing to sell her, are  you? asked Molly, with, wido open  oyes.  ' No, my precious, cried the delighted  father, embracing lier, affectionately  over this show of proper sentiment.  because, resumed Molly, "she'll be  heavier when she's older, and'll fetch  .WANTED at once  P������reons i������ work tot u������  ir ?)>arft Umt st liome. .No experience  r������iuli< ' wllll our NEW ART COLOR*  INC PROCESS Enyy snd .ascinattrvu  work. Good ..ay. No. c*nva.sslne WrK*  (tt InelHirtlpiii  (,re_) .-  COMMERCIAL   ART   STimif),  115 College Street. Toronto', Canarls?  REST AHD HEAITH tO MOTHER AND eHILO,  Mrs.'Winsi.ow's Soothing Syrup has been  used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for tlieir CKir.DI-.KK Willi,!.  TEKTK1XO., witli, PERIM-ICT SUCCESS. O K  SOOTHES Uie CI1II.I). SOFTENS the GUMS,  AIJ..WS ai! I'AIN . CUKES WIND COLlC^na  is tlie best remedy for DIAKKHtEA. If is ab������*  solultlv harmless. Be sure and ask lor " Mrs.  WiDblo'v's Soothing Syrup," and Uite uo otres  kind.   Twenty-five ceriis a bottle.  STANLEY IJGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR ANO ATTQflNEY   . ���������  LUMSDEN   BLDG.W^"'") TORONTO.  ,.������,-rr   mu   -���������... /V-..J7/J.  WHITE FOR TERMS..  more  ���������    Knew What wa:- Needed  .  Mrs. Justwod���������Henry, dear, according to this cookbook celery should bc  well bleached.   ��������� - .      ������������������  Mr. .Tu&twcd���������Yes, darling. ..     ���������  Mrs Justwed���������Well, you'd better stop  at the drug- store and.get a bottle of  peroxide.  Rook-Free.    A simple  Home - treatment removed  lump from litis lady's breast  -.    ��������� - Old Bores, ulcers and  growths cured.    Describe  rotcr (rouble I we Kill ceud book aa<l testimonials.  The Canada cancer-institute, u������itko  to churchill avb?.'.toronto  THOUOXjGH tests siiow.  tlict coirs Eire more tnllk afler _������>  Isoruing. than- before. Tlie Department of Agriculture says th������  KEYSTONE DEHOHNEE��������� is the best  Justrumnnt to-, perform the opera.-  "tion���������doos tbo^Job quicX-er, belter, ,  ' more humanely. Send for booklet G .  E.-H. K'KENN'A1,218 Sobcrt St.,  Corouto, Cm. ���������    ���������-,  Excelsior Life  INSURANCE COMPANY  ASSETS '    _%, -v       Absolute  Minard's Lin'ur.ent Relieves Neuralgia  A '       With the Tide  It liad been raining for twenty-four  hours, a::d tbo sroimd was more like  a lake '.'.ian a football Oeld; but thc  referee could' nci see his way to i-ost-  pono the match.  Surely you ai-cn'f going to make us  play In .his? asked tho visitin;, captain.  Of course you must play, declared  the man with tlio ��������� whistle. Now,  don't hang about. You've won the  toss.     Which end are you takins;?  Oh, well, camo tho reply, with a  sigh of. resignation, J reckon we'd better kick wlili.tht tide.  I can'& marry you, sheT saulr^iou'  are old enough to. be my father.  Don't hesitate on that account. Ten  years from now nobody will suspect  it;  Piece for Little Brother  Tho family had been composed ot  just.Raymond, his brother and his father. One evening. when Raymoud  camo home from school ho was taken  iiito the room whero a littlo.mito of  liimifinity'lay and was told that it was  his naby brother.  Kajmontl stood silent for a moment  and then said: Well, pop, we'll havo  to cut tho pie in moro than three  places now, won't we?  Minard's Liniments Cures Burns, Etc.  13,500,000  Insurance   ;���������  ^18,000,000  Security'  Liberal-  Profits '  .MONEY.TO .LOAN  A Representative wanted In every Town  to sell the New  Excelsior Policies.  ,   Apply to our Offlr-  at Winnipeg,  Edmonton, Saskatoon or Vancouver.  to hiivc tin.1 room.    Hho Muicin ti iimi i y<-in.-..  Chinese on British Ships  Hur in*, the las', year tlio number 0/  Chineso fioamen engaged at Poplar,  London, for British diiin was 120-1 of  whom 1G0 wero en���������nSi',rt ou board  ship,  .Soaking Saplclgh  Snploliili never?  Oh,  very! -Why  she litis brains"ciioukU for two,  Miss Kocnc���������Then she's Just iho  girl you <>ii'.;lfr. ro nmrry.  A POOD DRINK  Which Brin_., Dally Enjoyment  A lady i',octor writes:  '"J'JK'i'Ml) busy hourly wllh niy own  affairs, I will nol, deny myself lho plea-  sure of i.ililii.; a few iiiiiiulos 10 toll or  my iM'ijnynient daily obtained from my  iiiiii'j.iii^ cup of I'o; aim, It Ih n food  bf-vctviyi*. jioi, nn Jri'llniit liko,coif co,  "J In p.ai 1 lo mio l'oi'limi S yfiiii'a ago,,  nol Ih-i-u'ii'i) 1 waul ml to, lint been nro  cofiVe, which i dearly loved, minio iny  nights I'lii*1. wi'-uy period,'* Id hr, dnvid-  oil, nnd unil'tlnn in.' for lnriliiivn dur-  In,'. Ihn day,'' Ton. ,t J11M, nk injurious  as oAfiee, bennnt,-' (lie dviii.*;, cal'i'oino,  is found in bolli tuii iulu cAi'm,  "Oil .iilvli'n uf a fi'li.iul, 1 fllT'r. tried  I'onliun, jniiUiiii. it ciiri'l'uily at -������ui-'.'-  KOHlod on tlie jnu'kii.'io. As 1 luul always Uh> .1 "i'1'i-iiip and 110 niiRiir," J  wlM'd ni}' awinm fc. )! looliwl unuft,  was cir.i'.r .md fi'ii;;n>n!, um', it wat a  phuinni'i) lo sec thn crfiim color it as  Iliy|.i\l-lll.i|rlv)   llli.'llil   lull.i>.,1  -,(,   ..uf"...  Cu 1. ���������:.    ���������"."���������  . t-'-'  -ru1'!'- '  "Th"ii 1 ���������id������'.'i1 II H-lllcfil).', fori haft  tried mnny "uubstil uto^.*' for coffee. 1  wan jiiui.iul, yos, uiuisiii.'tl wllh iny  I'OHiuni in iiiuii) itnd -.n'i'i.1, mul um yet,  (k>!ii'..' a c'ni.-.t.'iiH wm i' of It all llirKO  How's This ?  We offer One Ilnndroil Dollars Reward for any caso or Calarrtt that  cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure,  v. .1. onn.vir.y ��������������� 00.. To.ao, o,  We, tlio ujiilfi-FlRnnd, hnvo Known. V,  J, Clifney for the last-IB yenrs, nnd believe Mm porfeetly lionost.ln nil biialnesn  tiwiBftotloiis and flnimclally nlilo to ciiny  out nv./ ohllsifitlnT'fl miif'lo by his firm.  KATIONA1J BANK OV COMMI5RCE3,  Toledo, O.  IIall's C'atni'ih Cum |������ inken Inlornnlly,  ooMn/? dlreetlj- upon ihn Wood nnd mno-  on.'i fc-ui-fnco!' of tho pyslem. Te.'UlnionliilB  nent five. Prion 75 ccntii pet- battle,  hold liy (ill ditiRfilstB.  Valte .null's Family Pills for oonn(l. a-  lion.  W. N, U. 072  ilmipalilii'uly ns ho wlihiln-w, mid ns bo  v.'iin nhnnl. io liliut tlin door alto said:  Ah! I UioiiRlil you wore ("no only  frl'-jid 1 had.  Uo Mi!iiii.-d to li'.-hllaii*' and for snine  inliiuti's lie ntooil doubtfully In the  (lo,ui'sv;iv, nlipiuuiHij ..>..'. kno'.'.:'.):. v.l'.C.  t������i do, f  Au lui II...i. Ll.crc 'J'1i.))'-j!i1 f-'llof, ho  \i\ir-A, out, 1 Jiint lial.-.i, hl^J, no J i|o.  lie fir-H pn I waa ftirl; 1it< act pi as 'It  lie wouldn't wipf) Iii.s hloniniiiF' f������.r-t."6tl  wo. I'vOjahvay;}' liaN-il lilm, cii'se  JiJm- a wun,f waa what lie. called mn  or.-cc. An for Ulack Monday, bo is  JtiHi, a 'unite Sw,l Unit Thorn!'! 1 'ivr.n  lilm woi'so nor death!  )      l. vt... 1 mi.11 ta,  IrlfiulK nnd tK'.ualiiliiiic.M ihat thoy  will 'iV.o il. in ph co or cofiVp, iuul ro-  ceivo benefit from Ks ti,i'\ 1 linvn  p.alnod M-iiflu, on 11 ibiii am] am nol  nc>n-mi:V  Niimo  filvni  liy  t'liniiill-m  JVistiiiii  Co., V.'li '(--fir, fin'.     U'ii(/> fin- th" littlo loo!:, "Jn* Html to WcllviJlo."  P.u-lnni criiiii-.-i lu tWn fornvij  Fltgiil.ii' Po'itu'i".   Mu������t ho well hfiii-  Instar.t fctuin It a HI.I..1.I' r.'r.ciL.i'.  A tf.'i;.|iiiiiii''iil ������lj.-:*olvr;i fiulnljj- Jn n  cup of lint vati'i- nud, wi'.'n irrnnni nail  lior hul. obseurml hifi view nf, fho  Ihcntr.-a juul Ii. kindly tones bo. loaned  forward mul nnhod if it would to  possible for V.er to remsvo i!.   ,  A. slil'i'oiilnti (i. tlio' head was lier  only niiHwor. Afler a fow inoinonin  lio ropwitoil hln I'oijiiv'Bl.. Then sho  turiirtl 011 him.  Thoro is no down ml for my doinc,'  sr, tiho fmld.  Ko domniulV ho ochord,  Thr-n ha rollwl liis ove-cont and  pliicwl it ou hln seal, na!, on It. nnd  KoUln:; his lint ,,1'rotn under tho noul,  placed it  m his Ilea.',  hi n mnmeiil. ihoi'o was a cry: Taho  it. titib   'J'aiiu that, hut oil'I  . And vfbh 11 swift moveniout the lady  unfastoiiin". hev hatpin:: and njiiioverl  her liat.     !���������!<> did Uio mini. '  True Buoineos Instinct  Topliiiin'ti was tha ti.'iuuto.M, finpor-  linn for mlliJH around.    S'ou hati to Uu  the In a I word in K'o boforo n Hitimtioii  wat ohtuliit'd In  tlii\t oritahllKliiiinnT.  Ki'CIl Ulu-lllr,^ iw-ji lt.li.ii ,.,i..,.  J;i;.it,  O:.'- nf'--vn"Ti whon ti-ruln, wrio, in  full iwinn; mi iinforltinato diiHiomw  foil down' 1 lin first floor stairs,  JU'lp! ho iiioiiucil in asoiiy. 1 do  bollcvo l'vo luoKcit my by.  A   ���������sliDiiwaJKur inmi.iliaU-Iy flew to  list* t'"1'*'  JJi'Dlicn your 3e;���������, r>lr? ho Mijiilrod  fiyniluiihi-iieiJIy, And tliun, in nharp  clc'iir tones: Cork ]t-|.'ii! Tliliil uouiitor  to Ilio rishli k!''! Forward, Miss  Hini.-;!  Westy Hogan's Draws Crowd of Shoct-  erc: to Seaside Resort *  Two hundred and eight trap shooters  went to Atlantio Ciiy, N.,T��������� this year  to compote in the always popular  \Vftfil5* Hogan's Tournament. For life?  first timo .-"Wcsty Hogan's I'-landicup  event was ,4oliediilod���������;this to ho flic  liromlor ninnhnr on Ih? week's pro-  Ri'am, Ij, \V. Oolnuitt wont, ovor ft-om  liJnsl Ornnse, N..T��������� and mado tho'nni.u-  en winning with nil out of a possible  100 in tlio handicap and 17 out of a,  possiblo 20 in tlio Bbooloff, whie.h lio  conles'iod witli Hurry l'lyro, a' Pennsylvania!), who dropped 0110 bird more  IVan Mr. Coli.i-.ll: in tho donldius  .trim.. Cliarlos Nowcomb,' lho notod  J'liilitdolphia amateur, won liif.h amateur fivorngo for lho moA, broakinp;  483 out of n possiblo 500, shooting  Roiv.liiRlfin-UMC fihcllfi as did .ho  linndieiip oonlt'iidui'R moutionod, Tn al-  tniidan&o, tlio 'WuHly'a' oxcooiled the  rocoi'd of somo of tlio minor luterMulo  11 andlcaps, this year, nnd not a'hlsh  s'tanOfird for next year's moot.  Second Choice  I lio;i 1* tliat tho Drowns an polng to  Iciiil Um simplo lifo this sum/nor.  Th nl; la now.s to me.  That they aro to llv   Hint way?  NYo; that n.'own la no droplj- in-  volvul,  No Moie Than N-.t-.rnl  That sir] mny bo a popular favorite  but sho ia entirely too nromiaoiu, not  to say speetnouliii'.  Tliiil/'s all right,    Isn't, it right and  proper for a hello lo liavo a aU-ilil>i������  record'.' ' ���������  OKI man Aesop hml just, promisnd  hln   vlfc ho would ho homo mirly...  Vou don't Bcoin (0 put much do-  jicuilfiiifio in lila promlso? rciwiirkod  the friend,*  . No, laughed Aopop'h wife; f tlioup,h'.,  perhapR it miii'lU bo anothor of bin  fablcfl,  Tlie Acmo  i.'.i-lf,gs--lfern's a follow who writcf.  nbout t!ii-> I'.oino of snlfifdiiio. h willioirt  lmvliii,' tlm Hllgliiosl Idea what il is.  nvlB������s���������Woll, what Is It?  IIj'kg'i���������1 laving your wife, .1 cold  air lleiul, iiiHlsl upon leaving both  windows in tlio room opun and thou  rolling lic-ruolf up Ir tlio hod elothliifi'.  1  h,  Many There Wlio Could Do tt  It Ih aiiIiI U.nt ilio devil never tukCE  ft   V'H'illfOll.  Woll, if ho doeni' 1 11. l.'u-.'t bcrniujo  ho can't find anybody to run Uio plnco ,  in  lli,-; abllelU'C.  The mini who wnlrs for opportunity <,  to knock finds tho waiting good. 1  This Way  Uukaciit or tieaadcuc  DraigiugDoiKi Satiation:  NervoiK���������Dfalns���������  Tendcrn������u Low down.  Bii.'iar, iutr  dill  \<v:r. h'-vf-vaxo. ia-  v.'nn'ty.     ''roocr? h������'M hn!ii Mudn.  "i'hc-s'c'.i a rrai'or." trr T'oatmn  The Limit  J? Mi|i|)ii!ii' tlio olllco furiiifthi'ii iht;  t} |i^ \V'.-.''1'���������"'!: "ipjillfM'.'  I'ln Yyiii'iii:; inn chfwln^   J.um,  pliihK'd iho i'ii:-:)iii;r.  ox-  dm'  An ������vtr Prtuenl' Daii'ijer  I  hi'Hntc in  iih..!*; tho  ifbvii-  >i+. ,.i-t J"-a ������CP.������r:il������y iv..i'cw*.  Tt. i������ hflcnuBo oi! mmo <leraiifi;emcnt or flisoaao       .  distinctly feminine.    Write Dr. li, V. Pierco'a  Faculty at Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.  ConBultRtion iB free and advico is Dtrictly iu  confluence.  nr. Pficrc^s Favorite Prescription  restores tha linnlth nnd npirite and romoveB those  painful symptoms mentioned above. It has beca  sold by dnigftlfltt) tax over 40 years, in fluid form,  ���������t $1.00 per pottle, xioiug ������6r������eftil tatlflfaction. It can  now be ba!**������%t form, w wodliled by n.V. Pierce, UD.  fM/t on ri-fomfot of 69* Im ntmmf  * y  t> ;, ~m^*tvSA,J'.>^s^)tl,_  _.-&..  ._-������,  <������W*l'*<lf������*VMJ.ftOHr  i*������wii������������M*aK0i4ii_ii._i_si1������ t wmotet f )*!���������*���������*'*. t*u*jh.tmi  ���������F"������"-.V*i*r"*������.-������^>i������,3.'  V  <s  uv'������3iyi_i(3siSijiiK.XJU-^t_^-.l_^iBi  rri "���������   ���������r^^-*-*:K^^'aC^^-iffaS^iai^3;4.. ������"'  1*1  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,. 3iUT_.SE  COLUMBIA*  NOTICE U hereby given tint application will be made to tin ,S������i>cri������.e_,i-  entof Provincial Polioo, Victoria for a  license,to eell .liquor by wholesale, upaa  xhe premises situated on Lot 6, Block 15,  iCui/A\lsi]iu>d Townsite, Cunibeilaud, B. C  Ci'ALT MUSSATTO.Applta_.iit  D-ted ihis lac duy if October 1913.  NOTICB is lu-reby given thatou the first  -day of D jou'ier next application will be  made to the Superintendeit of Provii.cial  Police, Vietoria, fer the renewal of the ho-  tel license to sell l:quora by retail iu tne  botel knowu as the L>rne hote., situated at  Comox, B.C. ..Geojmjb M. Ba������low  Dated Qefcoberi, 1913.  *9MnKM"HM^M^^M^^M_________M___________M_M_.  NOTICE is kereby given that on tbe  6rst day of November J<.z.., application  will be made to lhe Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, for a reucwal of the  wholesale liqu ir license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection J, Nelson District.  1'11-SENER IJREW.NC COMPANY.  Dated October ist, 1913  NOTICE is lureby giveu that ou thc  first day of December next npplioat.ouju ill  ba made to the Supe.iuteudui.t of Provincial Police, Vict'iiiu, for a rn_ewiil of the  Lotei lconae to sell liquors by retail iu  tbe hotel knowu ns tbe Union hotel, situate at Ui.i.m, B.C.   John N. McLkod  Da'ed the 1st day nf October, 1913  Union Steamship Co.; of B. G.  TILE S. S. OOWIGUAN WILL SAIL AS UNDEE .  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Viineouver, Monday, at H p. in.  Arrivo Nanaimo, at 11.30 p. m  raraET  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. m.       Leave Tues  n.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in,     Leavo Tuesday, 11 a. in,  ? Leave Nanaimo Op. in. Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver U.30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday S' p.m., Arrive   Nanaimo,   11.30 p.  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.    "  Subject to change without notice.  in  I  NOTICE is hereby giveu thnt -at the  next oibet.ng of the Board uf Lice, sa O iii  misidouers of tiie Ciiy of Curub.-rh.ari, I  i.-.teud to apply for a reua*al oi the hot  el license held by mo for. tbo W&vfr.rly  Ho el,;situated on lot 2; blook 3, Camber  and Townsite.  FRANK DALLOS  >t;ted this 29thidiy < f Oct. 191S.  I  ., NOTICE U borcby &v.a Uiat ou tiie  first day of December next, applicatoa will  be tnitda to tlw Superiat.udout of Provincial  ' Police,? Vic tor iii, for the reuewal of the ho  *oi license to sell liauora by rot nil ia the  botel known as the Kv.rsidu hote!, situvee  at Courtonay, Ii. 0. 0. H. Fkcukek .  Dited October 1, 1913.  NOTICE" is nereby gii'ea tlut on the  first day of December next ai>pliflati.i_ wil]  be made to the .Siiporii.teivleut of Pri.viii-  cial Police, Vi.t.nip, for the renewal of the  botel license to 8111 liquors by letail iu tbe  .hotel know . nstbe WiUou holel, situated  c������t Uuioa Bay B.C,  AUTB-D Uaprb Hobnk  Dated Octobei 1, 1913.'  > NOTICE h hereby.given tuat on ibe  firat dny of December mxt applicstiun will  be made to the Superii tei-.dc-������t cf Piovhr  oinl Police, Victoria, for the renewal of iht  1 hotel liceti-e to sell lkjuOis by retail 11 lli.  ho'.el kuo*n as tlio Neluou hotel,'sitivve'f  at Union Bay, BX5. ' John Fiuser.!  ��������� baled Ootolwr lut, 1913.  MY  V.  The Courtenay Hotel  Ec^ry conveniens for guests.  The Cental Hotel for Sportsmen  Now. but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at ilie Hat.  RATES REASONABLE  [['���������  :  \  7  I:,-  I!'    '  Ik  J     I  ,  n.fi !  John Johnston,   Prop    ,  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  NANAIMO.  IN TIIE MATTEKOF Gniseppe  J, L. Uontinenzn. deceased, in  toitate,  Into of   No.  8   mine,  tienr Cninberlntid B.-C,  AND  IN THE MATT Eit of tho "Official Administrators Act."  TAKF NOTICE thnt.by order oL! His Hoiior Judgo  Hurkor,  mndo during the month pf November,  1018, I wns   appointed  Administrator of tlio Estate of the  above mentioned doeenand, und nil  \  pairioB having claims against tho  \   eaid ostnto nro hereby req.ii ired to  f furnish same, proporly verified, to  ���������'. wo on or before the 20th day of  f Doconibor 1018.   AND nil pur-  ',  tius indebled to snid estate, are ro-  ." quired to pay the amount of tlieir  ) indebUidnosfl to mo forthwith.  '.      Dated tin's 18th day of Novom,  ber 1013,  VV, Wusi'OT Whaabd,  Ollicial Administrator,  Cumberland, IL C.  *    !  [1  i    O. H TARBELL  ���������        mmi,tmima*m*m'imm''mmimm'm^  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN J1UTEN9ILS  Sportsmens Goods  General Hardware  DBINK  sener  The purest and best BEER,- aud  made in Cumberland.  mon  Notice is hereby given ih.it at tlie  iext meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners I intend to apply, for a  .-enftwdl of the hotel license held by me  ���������ir the New England Hotel, situated on  =lock 3, Ioi 3, CumberUnd Townsite.  JOSEI'H WALKER  Dated Oct., 29th, 1913.  NOTICE is hereby ^'iven lhat at ihe  next meeting of the' JJo.nd of License  Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I intend 'o apply for a renewal of  the hotel license held by me for the  "King George" Holel, situated on oi 9,  block 7, Cumberland Townsile.  VICTOR HCNORA  Dated this 29m Jay of Oct.. 1913 ���������  NOTICE it hereby given tint at the  i������'xt m et'ogof the Boaid of Licouae  Comuiissioaers cf the Oily of Cumb.-r-  laml, I intend to ap. Jy for a renewal ������.f the  ���������vholeBtile liqaor license held by mo, ut-  uated on lot 12, block 6, Cumberiiud  ruvrnsito.  JOilN MAROOOHI  Dated tli'S 29ih d*y of OC, 1913.   *     '  J.   S".   MoLEOD     T'riol'SXEror.  .. English 4 x BURTON all wuy a pn Up also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEER.^���������AnheuBer, BohHinian, Sohlte, &o. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY.-        Beet Wuxbo and luquoxis cf ell kinds  The goal-ding and Lodging Dcpartafjit, under tlio immediate supetiatandeyioe  will ba fou. d Eiffit clean in overy fOBpeyt, ^  ATES,  19I 00 per day  ran  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,. Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver=MiIling=&-<jram=������ompanyrLtdr  '���������     Distributors NANAIMO,' B. C.   '  NOTICE is ii hereby _iv������u tbat at the  next meeting <f the Board of Liceue  Comuiisaioners of the City of Cumbr-  l..riJ, I ii.fend to apply for a renewal of  lie wholrsalu liquor lioense held by mo  ������u block 15, lot 6, Cumberland Tow'bsito.  CULT ifUSSATTO.  Uat.d this 29th dny. of O-t., 1013.  NOTICE u hereby given tint at the  ui'Xt mu;tii gof tbe Board if Liceuce Com-  ���������liiasioiiers of the City of Cir,i berlntid,* I  ii.tend'to upp.y for a reu<uwal it the hot-  a! lioense held by mo Eor the Cumberland  Hottl, situattd on lot 1, block li, Cuml or-  land Townsite.  WILLIAM MERRlFIblLD.  Dated t!-ie 29th day of Oct., 1913.  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, BX. 1913  **}  KEUEIPTS  Gov't grant to City... .������5037 95  Gov't grant to Gump...  1068 25  Hiyh School foes   Special Gov't grant  Paid by  City  of   Oum  berland      376 00  2500 00  3110 70  Total Recoipts ������12392 90  EXPENDITURE  Teachers' salaries ....  ������7925 00  Janitor.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheNEY/S.  "NufT Said."  NOTIOK  Any ptn'son or porsoiiB, cutting,  romoving or Inking any block?,  timber or wood, of nny dcscvipliodn  )olonging to tlm Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off tlm land  of the -said Compnny, or nnyono  tipping rubbish of nny description  nny where, upon iJ.ie company'p  hud will bo prorieculod to tho full  extent of the law,  J. It LOOKAUD,  Uonemi jMiuingi'r,  Colliery Co,y.  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  Section 42.  NOT.CE T^ hereby .given, lhat  on the Isi day of December i.cxl,  application���������will-be-rnade-to-lhe-  Superintendent of Provineiul pol  ice tor a license for the eule of  liquor by wholesale in and-upon  the premises sit .ia ted in lhe town  of Courtenay, B. C,. known and  desciibed us Lots 30 and 31, Fec-  tion$l.  Dated this 11 ll\ duy of Oc.ober  1913.  . UNION BREWING CO'MPANY  "     Ltd.  John M<>rocchi, Manager  Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 42.  NOTICK is hereby given that,  oniheliitday of December next,  upplicntion^will be made to the  Superin'onde'nt of Provincial Polioo for lenowal of the hotol licence  to sell liquor by retail in the ho:e)  known as tno Mulaepiim Hot?l,  .-i uate nl Lund, in the Province of  Biitish Columbia,  Dated this 8tb day of October,  1913,  FRED THULIN  Applicant  Scavenger   Telegrams, telephone.,  A, Maxwwll,'haulage..  Pottev &   Kirkbride..  haulage   T, I). McLean, stationery  and  repairs..  A. II, Peacey,   stationery and,books....  Islander, printing   News "        .....  C. IL Tarbell,  supplies  and labor   Dr. G.Iv.M.neN'1110-htou  medical inspection  ThoniGon Stationery Co  books   Free Text Book  Office  .books .*  J". J. Donggan, Trustees, Association.  Daily Province, adv'g  Sec'y's salary 12 mos  Newbury, &Ashley;Ln-  siirnnce, new school  Postago   and    stationery, 12 mos   Wm. Putteivlalioi*   L).   Kilpatriek,   coal..  hauling <���������. ���������  .C.C. (D )Limited,  coal  .S^Leis(i^&-G������)T-chttll5-  Shibata, clock.   IIiiyman&McRae^owi's  T. E, Bate, hose, glass  ;      sundries   G, Dowries, books  L. W,    Nunns,   water  12 mes   Royston  Mill,  lumber  High school pupils, six  day's   teaching.,.  School keyR   Washing towels     Special grant expenditure, Chirk&Ste.wnrt  Co, Ltd. fui'iiiturn..  A. McKinnon, furn'tro  Septic tank   Repairs to old  hjIiooI  Maps   Labor putting   in  new  . desks   A1/   '  OVen 05 Y������ARS'  Trad-: K!a:������k8  Drr:iGKs.  COPVRIC.l--.T8 4.S.  Anyono sending a sketch nnd dr.-c-inUnn nny  quickly aacbrtaln our opinion troo whoLher an  inreiitinn is probanlj- palcntal.la. Cociiru^lon-  tloiiostrletlytyjonJcntlaU HftfliSOOK ou: u-aw  teut (rea. Oldcai aaancy Ior t-ecurlus patents.  1'alontB taken tbrouxh Wunu & Oo. jocelTS  tptclalnotkt, without chare a 1uiL?  Scitsstific 'JUKfiem.  ��������� handttimoly UH-.otraied T7etk'iv. JLar,;f;^t sir.  cclstlou of any fclent'.flo Journal. Torins Tit  Cdn������di>, y.f.75 a year, paotag. proijald. i; .d fcv  all nen^iaicis.  IHBHI!SBo.M3B,--������*HewM  Branch Office. Oi B" Bt, Wasilcnton. D. c.  . Violin Strings, Talking mn-  chincnccdlwi and Victor Records  for sale at thb Newfl office.  Don't  forget  to  place  yoor  ucxt order fo^ printing with us.  NOTICE,  Riding on locomotives nnd  rail  way ciwa of thc  Union Colliery  Company by any person  or per-  sonB���������oxoept tain crow���������U strictly  prohibited.   Employees rre sub-  iec to dismiHual (or allowing earn-  Uy order  J. R,  LOCKARD,  General Manager.  IN TM13I COUNTY   COURT  OF  NANAIMO HOLM-3N AT  CUMBERLAND  IN  THK   MATTKR  of Thomns  Smiih, decortBOcl, inioftate, who  ' diiid in Nelt-on  DiHtriot on April  2������ih I.   .  AND  IN THE MATTERiof iho-'OITleiiil  AdminiHlriilorn Act,"  IAKK iNO'i'lUE  ihat by ordor  oi U������H Jlonoi'^Judjio Riirkor, mndo  tho fill, day of November IUIH.Iwhb  ���������appointed ndtr.iiiinlr:itorof the 'Uf  lato of   tho  above mentioned   do  conned, nnd . nil  parties   havin(;  claims agninft tlio  sold opiate uro  h tie      o qui to  furnUh Bamo,  properly verified, to mo on or boforo the 13th   day  of  December,  1018.   AND all partiefl indebted to  h;i d vHtate, are required to pay thc  amount of  their  Indebtedness  to  me forthwith.  Dat-ul thin llth dny of November, 1913.  W  NVkbmjy Wii.i-aiii).  Oilieial Adminutrnlor,  Cujjib'rland, IL V  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Section 42.  NOTICE i_ heieby givon that,  on;tbo lut dny of December noxt,  application will be nimh* to tho  Supcrintoiulciil of Provincial Pol ���������  ice for renowiil of tho hotol licence  to eoll liquor by letail in the hotel  known iisjtho Willows Hottl, citu  a to al Onmpboll Rlvor, in the Province of UrititihCuluuihi.t,  Diiieil thie ^Btli dny of October,  miy.  CHARLES. THULIN  Applionnl  w'$w'a$l no  Oreit  DiiylU   JtriMlu.  xl<i<mYJt  W Tu'iiohiuul lnvf|_orat������<t(l.livmtIkijh  /���������\r?j/ri>Jfa.niiti',niti fjuV-'ii, ncikiti in w  'PV'rWWffjii.-./MUn nM Vnln* HiimXri;-  ���������if! MitUIti, Mrnlttl ami llralr. ll'orru !>, ���������  imiiti'iK'ii, Hi'xuiti Wi'iihnektt. I'.iiUshIoh*, frj"''  .,....'....-..i -j.,. .....i yitff.ii i,e t',,!...! nv, , ,'t',*,*ir  I'rl'dO'tl'iiwbosJ ylxforQA,'   (>n������ Mllll-lniHi'/.r  will euro,  RoM by nil anil  010 00  80 00  6 00  h yo  12 50  ���������A 00  03 15  H 00  10 00  44,55  112 50  23 29  25' (J0  10 00  2 70  CO 00  145 00  10 00  33 50  22 50.  127 50  -^-1-00.  0 50  12 25  '   22 50  7 70  34 00  5 oo  ' 12 OO  1 30  0 CO  1150 07  200 00  275 00  890 00  45 00  100 00  jsr  NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR S  SEALED TENDERS, supcrfcribed  "Tender for Lock-up and MnrrLd  Consii\b!e'.> Quarter's., al I'oweM River."  will be received,hy th?. Hononr.iblc the  Minister of Public Works up to noor. of  Friday Uie 2oih di;, of rEuruary 1914 fur  lhe erection and cemolciion of locV-up  and married const.ib'tt's quarter at Powell River, in ib; Comox Electci.W  Disirict."  1'Utis, spefilicaiicas, .���������koii!; xr.i ��������� 'T.d  fmins ol isndcr n.ny be sren '*'; .ind *(-  wr die 2iu: day of Februan 1914, :<.'' i.*.';  ofilec of *lie Piovinctal Con������tM>lf. at  Powell Rivei ; Mr. I. Ibitd, Govern- ,  ment Agent.^Cumbe'land, B. C?; Mr. ].  Mahony, Government Aycni, Vancouver  IJ. C; or lhe Dep.irtmeni of Public  Works, Victon.i.  ir.tending tenderers av:., for the sum  of. fen dollats (S10), obtain one  copy .of the plans and ������.*,pe;iticat;ons by  applying to the uncieisiiined, which sum.  will bc refunded on their return ir,  good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted  bank che-pie or ��������� ������rtifi-  ca'.e of deposit on a chartered  bank cf  Canada, made payable  10. the   Honour-'  able tlie Minister of Public Works, for  a^  -ui.. .equal to jo  ior cent of the .tender,  w-hicii sh.ill bi: forfeited if the par'.y icn-  "ci e"rtiT2~d tx iiTre~vc���������e n t ei���������i * 1 to���������'"n 1 rf-ctr  uhen called upon to do so, or if he l-'.ii  ui com|)lete   the    work contracted   for.  j The cheques or certificates of.clepos'u of  unsuccessful tenderers will   be  returned  lu   them   upon   the1  execution   of  lhe  contract. ,  Tenders wfi! nol be considered unless  made outou the forms supplied, signed  wiih ihe actual signature of the tenderer and enclosed in lhe envelopes itiii.-  ished  Thc lowest or any tender nol nccessc:  ily accepted.  j. E. GRIFFITH,  Deputy Minister and .-Public Works  Engineer; Department of Public Works,  Vlctori.., II. C, January 31 st, 1914.  fe4 " (ili  ���������total oxpeniiit. 1013   312392 00  High scliool fees duo #54, U0  KoBpoelfully Biibinittod,  THOMAS H. CA11KY,  Secretary.  Hoard of Sehool Triisteus, ('um.  berlaml, J), C, .Ian. 8,'S10I4  1 hereby certify that 1 have twain i ucd the books and nceonntH of  the Cumberland public and high  iif.'liool_ and Hud thom correct iih  eel ilorth above,  J.ST15WAUT,  Auditor,  kinancjaT   staTkmiont  Oiunberland Nipjit School  J Dill  UKCKFi'TS  (ii)veininent, (inint  ������-!W0.0Q  Subneriptinn     157,50  Mk^Z m Ci^M^k'  i,   (JfWMillll'H'iim'.f.r  1'iiwrMUi <ir iiiiiilml in  liltif. 011 roculpl ol pi ko,  At in iHti'\t;im  mntlt'lA<?,_.ThoWood raodlolno Co.  8517.50  KX1JKN!.)ITUKK  limy U monthfl %-150,00  *������ 15,00  "'������ 1.7.01)  "    1     .1   ,. * tt. .   oi    ini ���������>   r. ff)  ix.mtiiuii liiiuu >H"-, ui) itito   o.iji  I I'.iflier  ilmiitor  I.i|iht  CHEMNSALLY PKHE  Concdlan Government ia:*  i-j  s!iow v,*������ liavo tlio p:>rc2t,   1. i  nnd highest Atrcstgth ������;oe:!a. /) ;*  aillett's I* ������i������cd by l;*3 fJA  t bust Dtlxcrs nnci Cut r;o-:r. (���������'//j  overyr/livrc.   Costs r:c> /'; j-'i  itiero than tho lafci.'o.  '(-. j'.t,. j  ,flin ndulterfttei! kinds.        h)  m l?l E.w.ciaTLTrco.,i.T:j/"  .V\|/l, Tt<i,...'o, Or.l  .Y'A  YX.-'i  ZM'ti'F&FW'Tr'':������������������".:>'i"'Y ��������� '��������� A'** ���������'  Tlui rrrt'iit Utci"_:n T011U. aci  .only  nuu  nVf.'aal rr.j->tJ(L7  '/'������|*UV.tOI ''11 V.Illllj W!:.l������l MO  DUYiMtol'lUJ  IVH'N y, X'l.t   ittXi  wild yy t*ft iln>j(<i_jtj, tip ivr.li  U*l*Aa  on  imAni. x,l prlco,  IMXjjaia on imAni. x,l prlco,  .- .. - . ������>'ejwnjiolct. MU\ti)j*i TMV  flwyMlDMIlHffl_TWaOTO.������iT. V(������*i*ivWif.i.*.- *  LOOK OUTli!    liV .... .  \1l11ln iiltir. 011 ractilpl nl  tnnittll free. ThoW'-  tforimrlu Wuidmi  NOTICK U Imrvby pfivuu tint nt tlm  iwxt mooting of t'.u Tlii.inl ������<f Lluinhn('uin  iii(f������iiiiicrn nf tlio City of Cumboilniid, wn  iritnrit to ajiply for a runcwal if thn hotol Hotim huld by un for tho Vomlomo  liotel, flituhtod on lot i\ lli'ck 3, Cuml cr>  lnnd TowD&ito.  J()*<KPII DAMONTU  .IO.1KPII TOIIACl-O  1������������U'J October Uiltli, 1018.  forontn.Ontl Total ox pond it ure lill 11    $517,50  Ilc.*pi'etfblly Hiibmittwl  THOMAS. IlCAttKY,  Seeretury,  I 1,.. ruby ci-t'tify thnt 1 have ex  mnii.i'd the bookrt and riecmniUol  the   (aiunlii'iluii������l    bi^ht    Bclionl  and iind thcni corro<:t as Rot forth  abovi;.  J. STKWAIIT,  Auditor,  I  i  for the Milk wn^on  with the Given 15ox  VRICSM MILK  AND  ���������     FARMPUODUCK  Our Milk is llie product'  *  of the Best Fed Cowa      ���������  FRKSU    MILK %  Delivered moruinj������& ev������uiii)?X  I. MARUYA        \  GIVE US YOUR WKXT OR  DKR   VOR JOll   1M1IMT1NO. X..  the iraws. cmnmiiTjAm). b. a  ������v������,t*_: ^su***.-*** ������Mi������  ?*  jecuie  towels'  C'A. out nlhartics a:ii pi:r;f.T.ive.s.  t-rutai--h.ir^h--).n:'.i .-ttwrv, 1 ry  CARTER'S LITTLE  LiVEll PILLS  Pii:tly vc;rflaljii". Ac.  fi^i.tly .vi tho liver,  <���������'riM.-tiii. bur, and  sivilirtlu-d.-ii-  cv.tf mc-.'-.brani  I'lll.c'iMV.-fl.  f_r.-r..n-  .'fipslion,  Oi'iinui- *  tttst.  itkli lltadaih* aid luJigtslun  'lit:'  >?>' Ht*  .is r.i:liio:,i knour.  Small Pill, Sr.SRll Dose,  Small Price.  Genuine mutt k-ar Signature  PERILOUS JOURNEY  lco    Found on    Mountain   Top'   Neat-  Equator���������Strange Dwarfs in-High   ���������  Altitude  After encountering {iiea*. Jianb-'r.ips.  and lo.ir.i; three ol' their member- -7  l'.i-.'; .--li c-.r-.dil.on.lcd hy Or. A. i.\ ii.  A'..liri.iiou pc-n-.".'tla'ted to the Cr'i-.z  Snow lltir.se of Now C!u:n>?;i for ilu  f'r-'l time,'aud ma'de 'a piu'CossCuI/.i-.-:-  (--���������A. of Mount Carsitens-'., almost '..i Ar;  riii!*.:iiiit. A valuable collect'on ot in:.'A  and pluniM was obtained. Altho'i.-' i  it. was only Aruy miles' p.-om the spot  where thc expediiioi. lauded 'to the  b^lie.-st. point, readied, ulrao.. iuccss-  u'.it,.rain, swollen, river.-:, nml tlie d'illi-  culr eouniry nuuto tliu- work so hard  that to cover ihis anp.'trenlly shorr  distance occupied   j'nur   and   a' ball  ex.).  ������::.'\-.'.''.-'.'->'.'" r*s'*ttt?  $ff&\*r" ��������� the * 'Sask-Alta'*' to be a perfect cooker #������$|  and baker as well as one of the most 8Kb'  durable ranges made.  vK Sec the "Sask-Alta" before buying..;  $$$&��������� Sold by good dealers everywhere. A  ���������-,"**���������*���������������������������* -  JH^ iMjton^.^.^ T^^.^=;J.J5?5??i?.l ������������������W1???.^??".,. y���������!0?*1*61, -- StvJota\ Hamilton    Calgaiy ; Saskatoon    Edmonton |������a  mmmwmrmwswmjm&s������'  month*. ..Vt fee.ind tho csiif-'litioii'  nearly came lo jiricf ihrough lhe cap-!  sizlni: of Pr. WoMitston't! oiuioe. The;  explorer  wa.   rescued   with  didiciiliy," [ i  .Uj2s an Antidote1' ;. ���������-������������������. -  1   shouldn't.' think yon  could."stand  to associate with Jones so much. lie  wrong in the head o;i the subject of  BLOOD   POISONING  would  l.o r._nipted  as <'i ptmchine, hag-  to utilize liim  b'ii, losi diaries covering three months ���������'eliie!.eii_, and you must know it- He  and a largo quauiity of kit. Three j talks about them in his sleep, thinks  members of iho expedition died. about them durin������.-the sermon and in-  I'U: Wollaftton let'i Knglaud- deter-: .orrnpt. an.int?llig. r.t baseball' conver--  mined to aM'end .Mount CarMensz. the!saHon lo give us Hie ncore his hens  [highest peak of tlie Nassau flange in' made lust week. Tic would put me to  Dutch Xew (.uuiea.    He was a ineiD>*.'i*.;iiie bad in a week.  i or uu expedition which unsuccessfully!    yU!. dou-t ..nc?w j10w t(- ulUiz"e Ilim_  ; tried  to  accomplish   this  feat    three,      j  ; yciii'o previously. ������������������ ' j  1     After ediiferrinj. with the Dutch an-i     ,, ��������� .       , . v.   ,.,,..-,.  ion are   tco   impetuous.     .\ow!-.i  find .loiiof- a valuable ally. AYliqi-j  lpclliig Dvak.s-before returning to Hn-\ l'links come* along and starts Utrki_ig  tavia.' Here he was ��������� joined" bv air. 1" ,,>".t hlB ltaby-1 wait until lm lras^oi  C. 11' Kloss, cuvaior of iho Kuala"Lum- jdraw u breaih an<1 tueu meyi.i.on,.chick-,  pur Museum? and the, two, wiih five I,1** That ������e(s Jonep.,Sping. and I  native collectors ;ind seveuty-four Dy'Aslv������ 0M anc* ]et them eDJ0'. themselves,  aks, proceeded bv boat to the south!1 ilmi 0Y������}' aI1 the'bores to hira on.  i coast  of :  :ieli  Xew Guinea.      Theyj'111*3 theory^ that, liko cures like. *���������  s= ^y^yyy^yYy helpless'from rheumatism  der a Dulch claeer.  ���������  ihorities  at   llatavia   lhe 'doctor .went  to Uortu'o and sjient eijrht vreekri col-'  FREE TO AIL SUFFERERS,  It you feel outofsoh?s"kl'n i)ow:i'or'GOTiiu_Lui������  lurriR from kidniy, bladdes. kxrvous diseasss.  C������f.OK<CWI!lt:NCSSK5,ULCER5.SKlM EIUIPTIOHS,���������?:__������  , wrUo tot ray FltEB book.   TII2 U05T IMSTRUCTIVS  MlDICALBOtlXEVEKWRnriiN.If TELLS ALL abot.Uh_5������  PISKASES BQd  lhe   RF.MARKABLF.  CURES' E?FHCTBD  bt  THB HKW FRKMCH REMEDY. N.I. ti.2. N.I  & rou aa deci&a  ^ -      . __ , JT01     TOUMXLI  att'tttumaieHrlcrrovKoirHtUnint. Don'tttattaert,  AksoluttijrFREE. Ko'(ollowi]p'cln:ul.iri. DttlCUSS  jUCD. CO. IUV2CSI0CX KO. UAUf 3TCAD. LONDON,KKO,  The Heart of a  Piano is the  Action.   Insist on the  ii,  Hige!  Piano Action  The rmviv dirteni'navke'd. at the mouth I  of the l-'takwu llivor, which had been  1 GIN  By  Dutch    travellers    two:  ly. and appeared to be'  riayn  a.scer.ded  L-y  years previous  the best route into' the unknown interior, lu'tuo the deck' oi the fliip  could be seen tiie snow-cupped peaks  of.the mighty Carsiensz. A motor-  hoar, lm ili. iu Rng'.uiul and a-H- the! look  stoi-i and f.-quipiiieni were landed and well  a base camp waa made twciily mile?  up the river..  All.this region was quite uninhabit.-.  ed and   the  expedition  had   to ,can;>  everj' bit of il*;   own    food.    Canoes'  we.o'nifide by the -Dyaks? and the river was ascended for two days be.yond!  PILLS   Giv:   Prompt   Reliev  Cnrincj the Kidneys  Samuel- i.ongniore, of Montreal,  'Must a word of praise i'or GIN  PILLS.   About fifteen, mouths -ago i  could not walk across my room, suffering' severely    with   Rheumatism.     I  GIX   PILLS, and  becamo  (]������ite  Two'months ago,: 1-had Rheumatic Pains ,, with  .Neuralgia.   I.   resorted to GIN  PILLS'again  for one  ���������week and became quite well."  50c. a box. 1 for $2.50. Sample'free.if  you write National Drug and Chemical  Co. of Ca;iad:-\ Limited. Toronto. HIS  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  ��������� Something better llian linen ond no  laundry b;lls;. Wash it with sonp and  Water. ' All ston-s or direct. Stato Rtvlc  and size. I'o. _r,e. wc- will mall vou.  THE ARLINGTO CO. OF CANA'DA,  03 Frnser Avenue. Toronto, Ontario  Limited  Sh  p your .Furs and Hides to  C.  LEVINSON,  281-283 Alexander Ave, Winnipeg  W-  il.������  for  Price Lint aiu". Shipping  Tiiyi  I   ADIKS   W/lNTRD  ���������  DO  AUTISTIC.  *-" coneonlnl needlework at homo; mitlw  Irom iln-ee to flvo dollin-fi per day decor-  ttlni. ctisiilon topa. Armour Art Co.,  Dejit.   n.,  Rrpd.ilbiitip  Rloc:-,  Winnipeg.  '* Keep Yoiir Temper ' r-  Tlie ttnwrbten laws liolh of ,.o(,:ieiy  find gi'jod ninnnei'fi iiri.- iiuuinier'ablo,  I)ut there i* one thai, wc cannot \niw  over iu Kilence, and thai is���������never  ioso your leiiiper. Thin applies eHpnc-  iully wIiph playing gained. To lo������e  one's iomper Jn'priviitc; is bnd enough,  bill, to do ho in public ii unparilniiiibli-  and it it u crime wliich no IiorIohh  can forgive, for U miiltes nil the oilier  guests I'ei'l lilicoiiii'ortubli! nnd di.J-  iiirbs Umi nit ward en Ini wl;ic-h in tlm  cKHeiice of nil good iSoc'e!.',  The Last Asthma Attack may lvnlly  hn the luhi one il pruiiipt nmuKiirc-n ai\.  taken, Mr, J. [). Kellogg'H AhLliiiia  Reined;, will safeguard ymi. rr, will  lieiietrnli' to lhe u.iiiiIIp.sI. Itroucliinl  jhiss.'ibi? 't������(l brli... nboiil, i. healthy eon-  diilou. h nlwiiys relieves und Hh continual uvo ol'ten el't'ectH :t pcnniinoiil.  cnriJ. Will' not get this loiiK-funioiiH  voinedi, lo-duy und coninieneo iin use?  fnhulcd r.ii' kiiujIiu or vn.or l! Is ctiiiii'.-  ly oltVciivc.  Omlsoloi)  'JVrifli'������r -Millie', in mul'iug'ynii. i'n  T-.->u liiive oinUteil Eomothing. Whnt  it 11?  I.l-liii' aLAiA -Oil, I forgoL to put  r-jI'b.'iiv, over tlirm.  the base,'but.ai'tti-'that thc expedition]  travailed by land. .Depot;- were established- three   days'   travel   apart,  the  (irpi  being three days' marcli" up the  foot hills- of the Snow- Range.  From ihe fourth depo'r. the-ascent  -was-i-nade-to���������t-he-snow���������UneJii'ogress.  was very sloiv, the ridges being appal-  iiigly sleep and the track rough. In  the high, mountains the sun -was never  visible except for an liour in the morning, and lho travellers w^re always  nearly i'ro/er- n  .-At an iillinule or" .'���������b-m' r- rnn- '"-'  the exiiedifion met. some curious,,but  friendly folk, small in stature, but *ot  I'.mies, who bowed (lie iravellers  rhei-' track and helped thom, The  highest point, jr>,0i)0" feci, was reached  after .live days' march from the lust  buse'. The ruin descended in a con-  tinuiiis torrent, nnd although Mount  Carster.sz is almost exactly * i the  p(|iifil-ru' tiio fog-laden air was frcexing-  ly cold. . ���������.  Durlni; (lie ascenr a line panorama  wa.-) observed, bul. lhe mist again  closed in, and when the paiiv w,us  within u very short dist.aiiv'e of the top  llm steep ice and douse fog iipcok. Hat-  ��������� ed a reljviiL. ' Two uf tempts id reach,  ���������lm 'neiiiiil siiniinir. were made, but  fivmuiiiillv food gave out.  It \\iis as -lu lust load was being  iiiken io the base camp that the canoe  .coiKainiug'Dr. AS'olliislou aiulti ������ix ,Uv-  ���������'ik.4 si ruck ii. tinui h. iho sr'rilng torrent ii nil ciipsized,' Dr. WoDnslon was  carried a long whv down t||,.. siivam  ami w.ns ;.ln.io.it, p.xh.tiisted.  A SENSIBLE MERCHANT  '.Dear Inland, Aug, _0, 1.03.  .Mi.'iard'ti Llulmeu'. Co,, Limited.  Deiir yii'S,~-;Youi' trnvoller ia bore  (o-day'.nul we arc getting u lingo  iliiiintliy of yonr .IINAUD'S UNI-  MMN'I". \\'n iliul It Uio Lsst Llnlmou'i;  on iho mui'lif't liuikiir. no exception.  ^\'c Jiiivo been in business 111 years und  linvf bundled nil kinds, but Imvo drop-  jK'il liiem nil but your.*.; "Unit i.i'lbi It-  well': the uilr.'i'H iiavi; io bn pushed to  ������/a  rid of,  W. A. riACinitMA'N.  Ilo -���������Vdii refuse, me.     Ts ii boemi."  ytoi ure fond of iiiuitiier'.'  Mli'c   -Ve.t,  He   I'Jiavjgelvj    TJI   nw  nUmr Is.  *Sli<*    Jain-   .-.i.iliti i   niMi'.tt  ',\ r,u  COc. ,i oox or au i)o>f3 for 50.G0,  .it aM tlenlen, or Th* Dodds Medl-  r-.in;   Company,   Limlt'd,   Tornnto,  A well known Idled minietl ,Tum.lL*  l-'ran'T I'lirprlHnil people i-otnc;t.lauj3 by  liitt replies. The iiiombeiH of one parish bnd for some llmo distressed tlin  minlhler by flu'lr liitblt, of Hleoplng In  (iliiiivdi. Ifo Imd often endeavored to  Impress tbmi) wlili a aoiuru of rho Jni-  projirii-'ly of nuch comlucl, and one  duy when .Tinnle wna iilltlni. in the  front giilbry wide awake when many  were slumbering muml htm tho clor-  gyiiian cfidc;,u)ii'd to uroiiso tlm ut-  ifitUuii iif lils hearer:; by .'iuitlng the  fact, saying: Von kco even .Inuilo Fnv  '/.or, lhe iillol, dies not full ush.-ep, un  fo mnny of you are doing, .fiiml'j, not  liking p(irluip;i .to be designnlcd, coolly replied: And if I luul a'I been mi  Idiot; 1 would buro been filocplng toy.  !k,uJ.* Mnrrbrr .  lMui'< iIn** ;i(l\i'iil. of the huu-'e jiuiii*  br-r, yiily hiislnci'.s signs, eoul.s of  aryl'ii, nnd Iioiih ��������� niiiiiea markod ibo  [different bullillngs. The. In 1/mdoii,  i i'ii!- Iiv.timcc, fine had lo lool. lor Mr,  'oiii'H, iilionld he desire lo cull upon  that. i'i.'i.i, In ^uy, Whilei'bnpel, nut  fur from ibe lllue Hour,  It Is lhoiii',1..    llerlln, in   70"������, wnn  the llivl oily to emjioy llie liuinberiiig  sysiiein.   The fli-niinii innovators did  not put. odd niimberr.   on   ono   side  am' t'Vi'ii iititribi'is on tin.- f.lhi-r, the/  rni>i'"ly Hiurled   rom thf.' Hrandonburg  i Onto  and   numbi-ii-.l   .-.l.ialgbt  ub'.ad,  |laking no iiccoiiu' of I'lmngo rd HlrcoL  /    As  Ihey' pvn-(">lfd. tlu-raffon*. llie  i numbi'i's )!"���������������������������������  higher, Uio height, lo  (Wbli.li the)   attaint-.'.    lu-!ii-;    llmWed  'oily by  the Supply of btniaet.     Thc  iii'.-.t lmusi; thoy ri(iriib<n?d wish inim-  b'T ou", ihr  I.'im liif- niitn'n. r Hint bt,-  Inl.-em-il  (In.-  loLi!   jiiniibii' of lioiiai'tf  ill   !ii"   i'ii; .  Fake Money in- Italy  OT all the o-called 'Greiit Powfiva,'  Italy has .the most unstable and most  unsatisfactory "currency. -Not alono.is  tho exchange subject to iluctuatiotis,  but there is :- great mass of'.coimter-  ���������f ei t^a n d���������ivo utli! es s_m ojj.cja tloa tiiig_1i_i,  the country fcr. tho undoing of the tin-  wary. In 'the first place, the engraving on the paper,.money is.of .inferior  quality: and hence, easy of imitation;"  secondly, there are so many worthless'  or doubted coins in circulation that  the temptation to add to their number  is not easily resisted.   ���������  The paper' money is allowed to remain in circulation until disgracefully  dirty and nonviy obliterated, and there-  tore difficult of recognition-as counterfeit or genuine. To add ia tho confusion, Wrencl .silyc ��������� is generally accepted, while tile, coins of Switzerland,  Belgium, and Greece, although officially recoghl/.ed, -are as a rule, refused  iii commerce. Numerous Papal mid  Roumanian coins are still in circulation, although valueless and accepted  only by unwary foreigners,.whom the  Italians regard ue fair prey,  In: addition, noite of tho largo mim-  ber pf olio-lira pieces coined beforo  ISOH'cun bo passed, althout.li intrinsically oi'equal valuo with those of.later  date, since tlio period arbitrarily 'fixed  for'their redemption bus passed ar.d  .the government refuses io iiecepl thom  fui'tli'flr.      ,.,"'  The, Responsible Party     ���������  : am looking for lUo'num hlghc/up;  said tho fiter'i: olllcor ot tho law, step-  pins stealthily into tho mahogany fur-  nUhct". oflKie or TM'cy Plgst'oct, the  orlglnnlor nm:. head perpoUuor of tlio  odorous  cigar clipper trusl.  Percy loused tbo butter two-thirds of  a forty cent ebjnr inlo Uie cut glass  cuspidor nnd trembled violently. Well  ho knew on whoso trail the relentless  sleuths of tho law wero eiunplng, but  he determined to boar the blows witli  I'ortl tilde.  Tbe man hlgh"r up? be imiuired  icily.  Yos! lilsnee. the detective, biting .1  chunk out ot tlio buck of u chair :ln  unison Lo show that ho mount business?,  , Oh, very noil, said 'I'eivy, touching  ii button and turning lo n niossenger  us ho Hiild: Cull tlio olll.iu buy, Some  men uro lioro after lilm.  It   is   Invariably  Caused  by   Bacterial  Infection of a Wound  The bete noire of domestic surgery  is blood poisoning. Blood poisoning,  or septicaemia, as surgeons call it, is  noi caused by colored stockings, dyes,  chemicals or anything of that kind.  It is invariably caused by bacterial  infection of a wound. The wound may  be a mere pin prick .or it may bc a  large wound. It makes no difference  what implemeut produces the v.ound.  The queslibu'"is, was tbe implement  covered' with gern.s'? No matter what,  metal it may be���������made of if the imple-  njgjU:is.clean���������i.e., surgically sterile���������  and if the skin about the wounded  part is clean, there is no likelihood of  -blood'poisoning following.- ?. .',.  ��������� When blood poisoning does occur it  announces- ilsek by characteristic  signs.- .first thero is general chilliness, with perhaps light iieadacho and  general aches such as one feels with  any oncoming' fever. The wounded  part swells, burns, becomes ihrobbing-  ly painful and stops discharging for  a time. Then within a few hours red  streaks may be seen extending up tlie  extremity to the glands ia bend of elbow, knee, groin or armpit. Such  signs 'are always serious, tliough generally' disappearing upon the institution of proper surgical treatment.  .la'cr general purposes where an' antiseptic is desired oue of tbe safest and?  most satisfactory to use is ordinary  tincture of iodine���������not the colorless  iodine, which isn't .-iodine at all, but  the brown tincture.' A feiv drops or  a teaspoonful of Ibis in a pint'or less  of water makes - valuable gargle,  mouth wash ,or a wash, i'or irrigating  a- wound.        ��������� . ���������  Au inquisitive member of the'house  of coinmpns was struck one day by tiie  Dre.senco of a policeiuau'in one of-tlie  lobbies. lie wondered why fliis^ai^  ticular-lobby should always have a  guardian strolling' up and down "and  made inquiries. The records' of tbe  house were -searched, aud it was  found, that fifty-years previously, when  ihe lobby was being decorated, a policeman bad 'Jeeu stationc*. there to  .keep members irom soiling their  clothes. The order never having beeij  countermanded, tho constable bad  ���������kept liis beat for half a century.  Smokeless  H  Gives quick, glowing warmth where  and when you want it. Easily port-,  able. No smoke. No smell. Safe,  clean, convenient Steady heat--fpr  nine hours on a single gallon, of oil.  Stock carried at all chief points  For best results use ROYALITE Olli  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Toronto  Ottawa  Halifax  Montreal  ' Quebec.  St. John  Winnipeg;  Calgary ���������  Regina  Vancouver  ' Edmonton '  Saskatoon ���������  FARMERS  Do not ship your grain to Fort William or Tort Arthur, beforo you havo  written ns for* shipping instructions, us we are able to obtain a premium  it you ship according to -ur special'instructions.    'Writo us to-day.  HANSEN   GRAIN   COMPANY,  Licensed and Ronded   Commission  Merchants  118-122 Grai:i Exchange.   Winnipeg-  Whenever the veathev ��������� man does  turn out an urliclo-guaiantccd to suLt  some, storm or other comes along and  spoils it.     '        '        ' ''      ���������  HEADACHES AND  HEART TROUBLE  vv. i   u. ts'tt  Will, ll|e<l.  ciailb' ni-ith''  Ions-1.  v i'Io;ii'i'  i"   ;'..iin  nr of ilii* ;i!  nor b:7ii!������',_  :��������� Vi;  I'niy  To Restore  Good Health  Tlio first tiling* to do in to correct tho minor ailments caused"  by defective ov irregular action  oil thoorganH of digestion and  elimination, After these oi1'  ������an������ hnvo hoiui pul'. in o'ood  working ruAoy hv timelv use of  BEECHAM'S  (Th������ Uriitl SiU tl Any Mtdlilm In Uii Wtrlil)  bettor tlifjo.sl.ioM reiiiillH, and then  the fooil really noiirlulicii ami  fltrenfillu'nn Ilio body, Tlio (Irat  doMi hivca velici* ai'.l i;Vsind''r al^op,  quletor nervtrf, and improved action  of all Ilio Iiodily oi-ffuui are -eaiwd  by nn occasional u.m of Htiechuiu't*  Yibt. Theyj;ive nnlver.mi] Hatmfjic-  tion und in tiufidy, Burcix^s nml  quicknebj of iiction IJcck-ham'ti I'iHa  Have Ko  Known Equal  Stld t������*f_ wWi-,   In hniri, 2.1 cmt*.  TKciiirrclloni v������ltli������<"fy  hut *it> ytryviltitltt*'  Nervous  Prostration of Three Years'  Standing Cured a Yen,* ago by Dr.  ���������Chase's Nerve Food.  ���������Ariyono who laicnvn tlie illscourage-  wont' and despair which .iccompanies  tho liolplessnoss of nervous prostration will appreciate the- gratitudo, felt  by..tlio writer of this letter,    ,  .Mrs. ll. 0, .Jones, Scotch I,nl;e, C.B.,  writes: "I aiifi'ered from nervous prostration for nearly rlireo yeurs. ' I h'ncl  frequent lieinliiohos, had no appotlto  anil was troubled with my heart. After consultlnfi two doctors without obtaining satltii'r.elovy rosulLs, 1 began  Uio use o.: Dr. Chaso's Nervo Foor\  and wns completely . cured ' by" this  treatment. .It, is nearly a year since I  was curerl, and I want others to know  oC this .BploiuHd medlclno. i now attend to nvy .-oiiHOWork'wltli pleasure  and comfort, and am Klad to havo tlie  opportunity of recommending Dr.  CIuiso'h Norvo l-'ood."  At 1 on bt nomo benoJit in bound to Lo  derived from each doHo of this groat  food cure, ua day hy day It forma now  blood, mid bulhlf. up tho system, ,.0  enntn a hex, ft for $_,50, all deulorp, or  Kdiii'i'iNoii, Uiiteii &. Co,, Lhalted, 'Co-  rou to.  0  Stopping HIb Talk  A miin enrrylnu a   wnall   liandbas  fiucli ua, eonnncrcliilB ime entered a  bavbor'n hIiop anil prooocded to tnko  various tbliiKS out of tlio bag.  I  don't  think  I \v,u:i_ anylliius today, Kiild tlm biirhcr.    ,  Tl'e other plimvnrt lilm n bottle,  Tbis la very line bay rum, he Bald,  Votwlbly,   Paid   tho   bnrbe:';   but  I  luivu got plenty.  frilMVlntf doiip'.' tnlft lho other, pro*  diicing a jiacket,  *>'n  thnnlt'i  repJIr-i'. lho bnrber,  V'neo powder? ������ald tlio caller, pro-  (IllCUlg IllU.UH'l   puci.oC  No; it no .uooil, t-alU lho barber, 7  muBt ?yt rid of my prorfei.t utoelc  lli'rtl,  Apparently undaunted,   Ihe   caller  jirnrlneerl viirlmiH other tlilnRri���������.l bot  tie of bair tonio, a pot oi jicinuue, a  tube of face tream, and h'j on.  No, no, no! KQld tho barber, ilea'  p-.rntoly. I tell you l don't want any  of them.  I linov; you ilon'l wan the ruin] reply.  Then ������by do jou a..!: le.c In buy  ibr-in'i dem.inrb'd lho baiber.  .1 dUJ.''t ;i::lf }������'i ���������������"> l>'iy theni, do-  i-JaicJ lb.; otlii-'i. I onl. came Jn io  luive niy bair ciiL but I wanted to  ������;ii'W yon UAuro I .iiaiixl tb.-it I've  sot all tb" toilet ui'ili'l.-.i { v.aiit.  The ifllow who di.vin't collide M]'b  t������viiu'. olie's opinion '������������������"'*ry l'*t'.- whi;/-. |;  U>> bm-.  dodaiau ili.H L.- L.nA of inucli  I I'uice.  i Most cii'i.v ."i.ti. a_!i ,.n and m-.ir  . hlatesnian no <- hn. n ^re.-.Ideritinl  ������llsUtnlng red ������t!''l.iin. oui nt bis bat.  How To Get Rid 0f The Drink Habit  ��������� Tho irrlslatibio' craving whloh rtvives all drlnklni. men on arid ultlnmicly  "wreclts ihem plivslcallj-, mcntnliy und. financially <ia-a )jc removed" hy tho  N E A L  Troalinent in threo dnva. Tho Nonl Trealmcnt i.i a sate, sure vcisclabln  remedv taken lnteinally which cllmlimtca all enivlus ov desire for drink and  removes all traces of alcoholism from tlio (system. No hypodermic injections aro employed and no ill after eft'ects are experienced.  The drink habit la dlacournslii" both' to the drinker and  to the drinker's  family,   Drinking men promise tliomnelves tlmt lliey will step and. often con- ,  Bclenllo'nsly try  to do  ho bul  Uio cvuvlni.   irf  slvonper than  tbo will powov  to l'oalBt, and Invariably after cue ov iwo uttempta lo.stop ihey Liesln to drink  .harder than over.   .,-���������.��������� ' . <���������  - Tho only hope for theso men la In tho Neal Treatment. ���������  If you aro a drinking man you can visit ono of '.ho Neal Institutes and In  three diiyn be freoc'i from tho drink habit and i'oli:rn (o ;our home free from  all  desire for' drink and  comploto master of yourself.     A ...  You can tako tho I rent mont at one of lho NealylnsllttiNs'nni. return home  in a few days and your friends will scarcely havo time lo note your Absence.  Only.tbreo days and, you aro forever free from thn cursn of iho drink habit.  AVi-ltn for full Information to thn iiearoHt Neal Institute.  NEAL INSTITUTES  WINNIPEG. 820   Thirteenth -Ave.,   VV,,   CALGARY,  3124 Victoria Ave,, W.,  RECilNA  .05   Broadway,  Puzzled Jurymen  ,  A.'r, aai'ccont session a prisoner waa  indicted for poclcotplekinp, an.I to most  peoplo in court the clearest possible  case was mado ont by. tbo prosecution.  Ilavo you anything you would lllcn  to tell "iho Jury beforo thoy retire?  said the'judge.  Well, all I wanler say Is, 1 hopes as  bow they'll glvo mo tlio bo".olll, of tlio  doubt:, replied Uio prisoner despondently.  ���������   Tho Jury considered tlieir verdict.  Tlic-ijr ������.voro no littlo time over it,  Can I tisslBt you ln any way, penile-  men? said tho JuCg*. at las*, becoming  im patient,  Wo aro alinosl, asreed, aie hid, suld  tlio foreman, but we ean'i, fjnllo under-  ntaiul wba'r, tlio doubt Is thn prisoner  wishes us.to fjlvfi liim tlio bonollt of.  MOTHER AND TJABY  Kvery ninl lior In anxious for llm web  faro of lior littlo ones���������above all sbo  wants Ihem lc. havo good henlth. Thou-  sandii of mothers liavo learned tlm sec-,  rol. of keeping their llliln ormu healthy  -���������tbey havo learned that by keeping  nabyV, Own Tablets in the homio and  giving an ocea.'donal doso lo Uio littlo  our.; *h:i' thoy vU\ e������eii(n> ennslipa,-  Hon, vomiting, colli1., eoldfl, worms,  ery. Tlio Tn blow never lai.' cu tot of  sorvleo hi lioepir.,* Ilio baby healthy  and happy. Hold by mr-il.ohi. dealers  or by mall nf 25 ceius a box from The  Dr. "Williams' Mcrtlelms Co., llrnckvllle,  n,,'  '     M.ike Hlin Prov������ It  Do I loolc au Idiot?    ���������  1 lefune lo ounnilt mynelf.  Iiul a follow just called mo oue.  Chanco ot a lifetime,    Suo lilm fov  MhH and ieo what tho Ja.. aays.  Suffragetfcji luivou't llirtii'slil or horrifying t^������ "������������������������������ b> ai������p--l''l��������������� lu ihe!;-  luut year's hat*'.  What Makes a Good Cow?  Professor \V. ,T. Koiuieily of the lowi.  station reeommonds the following in  rol'orciioo to tlio selection of breeding  stock for tho dairy.  In selecllng dairy cat'ilo tho real test  must bo fho scales and tlio Dabcoelc  tester. Tho cow Is a nitioliino .to convert i'ood Into milk Thus sho must  havo a largo middle and a strong cons'. Iturlon to insure tlio,  best   results.  It Rubs Away Pain���������Thoro Is no llu-  Imenl. so nincacjlui','.;. Jn ovoreominji  pnlu as T)r, Thomas' k'olcr.fi.u Oil. Thc  bann that rubs It in rubs the. pain  away and on this account tliero Ih no  preparatloi. thai, slandh so high'Ii'i public (.'Bloom. There Is no surer patu-  Ulller procurable, ns Uuiutiaiidii cm at-  toHl who havo used It successfully In  trouting many ullnionts,  Llltlo Tlorlba wan InvlUvl out 1o (llu-  ner with ber father and motber; before alio wont, however, It was firm*  ly impressed upon her mind tbat who  must not speak" unless spoken to, All  went, smoothly for a while, but when  somo time had olupseili and no notice  wna lalien of ber, bIio bouau lu net  uuensy. <  V'lnally, the honlosn, si^lr.,. iiouie-  tbinu wan wronp, asked lier what aba  w,ni;<i uho lu.a.vi,.  1 '.!h>:j!i] like |r> have yon bechi lr������  lisle n o. fiuosllniiH, wan the polllo reply- ������  Uneasy  t'nme i-ij������hl on in, Hnmbo. Ihe favm-  er called out. Ho won't hurt. ymi.  Vou know a bartilni; doff nover bltcn.  Sure, boas, Ah knows flat, replied  tho cautious colore^! mill), but Ah don't  know bow hook he's ������oln_: to utop  barlilmj,  lhiw can you cite a ense where two  opposite,. nKi'iio'.'  'i.lklj  lill;  cUbii   Switl'e  ii  'hn\   njwti U  I'li.lblvv viiiWoY ill ti decided iii'j_a(|ve.  n.     How  w.Ijth?  roiiRn-lulation;-1,   fid   m.  much tloe,*. jour new baby  A ton.  Quit your klddinr.  llonostly,    1 nm ;��������� ��������� wu u.-.mi, tii���������i  1 welRbfil ilia boy on my mvn ncik':!.  A.lv'.*".*- L> ehllilrea not ac.-ump.'inle.l  | l.y cMimpk mlp-ii' as well le- i'.u-ov.u  ' f.t tho bit'U  7i  n  7-1  il  AL  %'!l  1  i$  i   ,'i  \  ,\  i' f^mm^^^tAtt^mt^^^^^-i,; m* tKli^ata^^^^^t^gS^  Jy& >-."*W^^  f������������$KMOTM5a^  #wiMi'*ft^^^^-^  t-'J'-lv  Mffit.-  ^  iA;  i,|  i  i 4  s  I  I  \i  tl  ������������������.  REMINGTON  UMC  rTHE NEWS. ���������CUMBERi.AND. B. a  Solid Breech. Han.merless -S afe  ^  THOUSANDS of sportsmen have first  chosen a Remington for its looks  \  '^S������;V   ever owned  Steffi' -22 Repealing Rifles-easy tafce-dow.*:  straignt line teed. .25, .30, .32 Hem-  mgton high power rifles.  An interrstinpr boo!:lpt simply e.tpl.iir.iiis many of tlio mora technical  ygzr* ~SL.-yh7r^-i  stniclion i _ yours for the .jskin _. Your name nnd address op a postcard brings it liy return mail. .  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., ^Windsor, Ontari  l FAMOUS FALSE STARTS  j.  : .  ;Wsn of Genius   '.Vho    Began    in  Lthe  !    . - , ; Wrong Groove  Your butcher, your baker, your cau-  alestlck-maker never mistakes his' vo*  cation;  believing in tlje value of experience, lie starts young, and sticks  to his job.     On the other hand, it is a  remarkable fact that men of genius  rarely etart lifo in their proper groove.  They are rolling-stones, though whether or aot they "gather moss is another  matter.   It would seem-'to b/e tlie rule  uiat a man of genius must spend all  or a large.part of his life doing some  incompatible task,  wearing' himself  out  in  some  irksome"profession  or  trade, before the discovorv of hia real  bent ia-.vouchsafed.  " Look ac Goldsmith, for exampie^Ife  was at tho samo time one of the greatest literary men and one of the -worst  doctors that ever lived.     Unfortunately, liis medical experience, came first.  Sir Joshua'Reynolds canvases rarely  come njto iho "jjiarkfit. in theso days,'  but when they do, people jostle each  other foi* tho right to pay thousands  of dollars foi: ,them--and iho artist's  father gave' his brilliant son an education which proved of use to him in  the capacity of medical practitioner.  - Similarly, Darwin, tho king of naturalists, studied medicine    at    Edinburgh; .the results however, were so  unsatisfactory that he drifted to Cambridge with an eye on tho-church. It,  METAL. OF THE STANDARDS  of  Iridio Platinum and its   Qualities  Accuracy and Durability  'There are undoubtedly no'products  of human skill on'^vhich a greater degree "of caro is  expended  than  the  standard of weight and measure in use  among tbe   civilized   nations.     Two  things iu particular must1 lie consider-  I ed���������-accuracy and durability-., Nature  I does nor, it ia contended, furnish auy  single "metal dr mineral which exactly  answers tho requirements for a standard of measure or weight that shall bo  as'nearly;as possible.unalterable. ���������    '.  ���������  It is held that the. best substance  yet produced for this'purpose is aii alloy of 90 per cbnt platimfniWith 10  per cent, of iridium..  This  is  called  iridio-platinnni, and it is the substance,  of which the .metric standards prepared by"the internationaf commission of  weights and measures ore-composed,  I't is liard.it i������ less affected by heat  than any. pure metal.   It is practically jioiioxldizable'.'pr'.ribt' subject   to  rustr and it can be finely engraved.  In "fact, tho Hues on the standard motel's are hardly ..risible1 to,the naked eye  yet they ai_e smooth, even, sharp aiid  accurate./!'-' ��������� "  It is said that if our civilisation  should? .over be lost and relics of it  sh-itld be discovered iri' some brighter  age, in the remote future there is nothing which would bear higher testimony, to   its   character   than   these  was only at the  end  of his  career | standard men ures of iridio platinum.'  there-(which-he himself described as  P   . a..- ���������^^^sm^-i^^'W'k-Y,':  EASY TO USE  GOOD FORoTKE SHOES  cr*  c.��������� ,,     ' FARMERS  PORT ArTHMBUX; ,by ,sh|PP'������n the'r car lots t  PORT AR-HHUR nnd havlnt.  ihem  sold on  commission by  THOMPSON,  SONS AND COMPANY  the Well-known . farmers  rices  for    WHEAT,    OATS,  lots to     FORT    WILLIAM     AND  ADDRESS   7CO-703~Y.  AGENTS       '  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG-  reckless) that ho becamo serious, and  as we know, brilliantly scientific. The  Savage Angel Fish'  Many fishes, like, the knights ot old,  fff tht ?m A' iC������nf D������yl������ ^calces! flght among themselves for the-love bf  71Y1. .V,10 okl order changes not; for lie j fighting or because they have nothing  better to do, according to "a bulletin  SHIR YOUR  GRAIN   TO  .    PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchants  Make Bills Lading read: Fort .-\rihur or fort William  Co,', "Wlinilpec.  Liberal Advances Prompt Returni   -  Winnipeg. Manltotu  .Noilly Peter Jaastu  Best G-a<l������(  When  Choose  ou  Cross     the     Atlantic  he       OLD       RELIABLE  tho pioneer lino of Atlantic Sionni  CUNARD   LINE  ige,   ijyninasium,    'Drawing-room  actually  When the Women,Rule  The women wero ��������� in   power,    and  even the police force wore a skirted  brigade.     , :  ��������� Two blushinr;   coppers   dragged   a  male crook into.the police station.  Whar. is the charge".''asked the sor-  gpantess. :��������� '   *  Carrying concealed weapons, replied  Officer Mayme ' Hogan. ,\Vc found  this hidden-undoi0 liis coat.  And she produced u cage tilled with  mice.  To safeguard the child from damage  lhat worma cause, use,..Miller's Worm  Powders, the medicine par .excellence  for children.    These powders will clear  ~llie-systern^THtroly'of_w>OTins7^rirrWg:  uiat. and stimulate the organs injur-  ��������� iously affected by the worms, and will  encourage 'liealihftil operation of the  digestive processes. As a vermifuge  it cannot to:surpassed'in effectiveness.  Caught Dead io  Rights  . ���������   Mrs.  Criidder���������-Amandy  r.row^  told  'Sue Perkins that'I was a sneak and  tillers  prying' into other  people's affairs.  ��������� Mrs. Blabber���������How do you'know?  Mrs.  (ladder���������Heard 'em  over iho  telephone.     I always listen when them  two cats Is talking together.  Distance and'the View  Yen  must he-spending a heap  of  money, baron.     You're always driving  about with your wife nowadays.   ���������  ��������� On lhe. conl .dry I savo.. When wo  walk my.wife*ls ever so much nearer  (he show windows.  ' Market Lnnguag"!  Alow are il-.o chickens today':  I ain't heard a one of 'em complaining, &iv.     . .   .  II is caster to ho foo'llali than dignified and poniedmot, it pays just as  well.  Kadiak Island Bears  The biggest- bears iu the world are  to b*- found .'A Kadiak Isla." d, in the'  gulf of Alaska, south of the. great  shoulder of territory that' stretches  out into the Pacific, 'i'lie, Kadiak  bears are of the polar',breed,;perfectly  white, with long, heavy' fur, and at.ful]  growth are twice as large as the black  bear of the Rocky mountains. -They  weigh 2,400 to 3,000 pounds, stand as  high as an ordiiury cow and are-'the  biggqst'carnivorous, animals living.  The.tracks they leave in'theAsiiow  have .often .measured fi -e-en inches in  length and ten inches in width. They  are savage and fight desperately when  aUa,_ck_e_d ____? ' '   Hear traps are usually baited with  honey,.but Uie Kadiak trappers use a  pig. Bears aro ..ncommonly fond of  pork, and a pig when .^prisoned in a  trap makes a demonstration whicli attracts the attent'Dn of. the bears at a  longer distance than the odor of honey.     ' .  Kadiak is wooded and mountainous,-  hut It. has good natural harbors. There  is a population of some 1,500, mostly  Eskimo**, living on the coast and. engaged in the salmon fishing industry,   .-.     , " ii  Minard's    Liniment    Cures    Dandruff  Economical Wife  Henry, dour, tlio children aro needing, shoqs  practiced eight years in  SoathsQa before putting aside the  scalpel .'or'the pen.-  Many instances - arc on record of  men originally intended for., the  church turning io secular occupations.  Darwin was one of these. Burne-  Jon'es, in' his own day a leader of a  new art movement, only took to painting' pictures when his theological education was far advanced. In so much  as a - roat deal of his artistic work is  characterized by a strong religious  note, it would seem that his discarded  profession became .a useful -factor in  that which he finally adopted, y Constable, oue of tlie .bright particular  .stars of English landscape painting  was in a similar case. '"Before devoting himself to art, however, lie served  a.term as a miller in'his father's business.. : ., .  > ���������'_���������'.:   "     .'��������� '  Many men spend their lives in husk  nesses -with .-the secret convictioil that  their real aptitude lies in .somo particular profession; a few. with the courage -of-'their convictions, actually risk  -every th i u g-irrHhe"-attcaipt_t5~a5~'tli e"  work they can enjoy. To this. class  belong George Alexander,' tho# well-  known actor,'��������� and G. R. -Sims,' tho  equally well-known journalist,, both of  whom toiled (with considerable suo-  cess) in the first instance in the city.  valuaeleIorse saved _  by "nerviline"  of the New York Zoological society.  Thero are o: .ers, however, ���������' which  fight to protect themselves - or their  young. Speaking of the fights among  fishes iii the aquarium, tiie bulletin  says: The angel fishes, beautiful as  they are in appearance, have perhaps  the most devilish disposition of all.  A tank of angel fishes reminds one of"  the notorious, even tempered family  who were all mad all the-time.' The.  watchl'i_lues3 of attendant usually  prevents,the fatal terminations ��������� of  these, misunderstandings, but occasionally a fatal .injury is inflicted., Such  a case, the bulletin adds,"happened  when two large green morays engaged  in a vicious encounter, during which  one of the combatants- w;as disemboweled and had to be killed. These  oel-liko fishes aro .extremely powerful  and active and- coil and strike like  suakes        ' ===i"   ^"^  ENTS.  Smoking-room.    Ojicn and Cove-red  MBER      9th,     Portland  to'   j.aq  one class cabin   (II)   and  _srly application for reservation  is recommended.    ,  For particulars of sailings and .services from Montreal, Portland, Boston  ul New York, apply to Local Aifonis, or  THE   CUNARD' 'stE'AMSHl'p"'cb'.','"'LTD.,  30.)   Main   StreeL   J_L  Winnipeg.  Z.1  BEST WAY TO F1NDX>UT    -   WHAT we can do is to'SHIP US  CANADA ATLANTIC GRAIN _CO., LIMITED  GRAIN COMMISSION  MERCHANTS '  Grain Exchange  Licensed���������Bonded    '  Winnipeg, Man.  Established  1910  AILING WOMEN  OF MIDDLE AGE  Mra.DoucetteTells of her Distressing Symptoms During  Change of Life and How  She Found Relief,  Needing shoes again. Do you think  t am made of money? Whoro nro.tlio  ones I nought for them just a few  days ago? I. suppo'so you havo giren  them to somo beggars undor the impression that their father's amusement  was' to buy now one,  No, my dour,,! havo not given (hem  away. . I have,put them through tlio  meat, chopper and- will servo them tomorrow as linsli. lie homo early for  dinner, dear. ���������  A Hot, Tims . .     '  What is l.ho reason they can't get  along together?  A matter of uimporninenc  Matter of   tou.perature,    .'.    should  ���������Ihlnk.  Insulted  Wiuit n graceful dancer your daughter, in, breathed the Insinuating  youth. /       '  Sir, replied tlio alert, mother', T want,  you to undei'HUind tlmt my daughter  (lances only tlio latest dances, She  learned several yours al'ler graceful!-  nena went out of style,  ���������������"������ ������  The door-bell rings. Tin mUd'eaa  of lho house r.'.mwei'H It, A Htmill  elilld, lho child of a near neighbor, U  (Uncovered on tlin iloornlop.  The MiafOBB���������What Ih It, ClBBy?  Tho Child--rionso iiiii'aiu, mother  wuiilri to lu.uw If you'll bo ko kind im  to lend lmr your recipe for mulling  bombs, The luul, one hIio iiiiule only  HinelU-d hud and wouldn't burrfc.  A lndy of gri.-a beauty uml nl tract-  lvont'KH who wail an ardon'i admirer of  Ireland ono crowned her prulno of It,  ut a party by^fiiiylng:  .( think I wnn iniiiiiiL lor an Irish wo-  man.  Miiditm, rejoined n wlily non of Kiln,  who happened l,o bo prenent, thou-  : i.i'.O... v.'.i.i'.d Un.li juu' in nayjiig ium  ymi worn monnl  fov :in Iri ���������l-,ji';i';.  Belleville, Nova Scotia,Can. ~"Tliro������  fonru ngo I was siilYerinfj badly with  what the doctor*  called Chango of  Ufa.   I wai wo bnd  that.'[ Imd fo stay In  boil,   Somo friends  loldiiuitotakeLydia  E, I'inklium'B Vegetable Compound nnd  [it helped mo from  1 the first.   Tt is the  only modi el no I  took Umt did help  mo and I reeommond  it.   Von don't know how thiinkful nnd  grateful I nm.   .1 givo you permission j  in publish whnt vour food modlclno lnm  done for nie. "~Mr*i. Simon Doiicnttb,  Uelioviiity i'ttruioiuii Co., Nova l>eotia,  Canada,  Such warning symptom* as .sense of  BtiU'oention.liot flaHh.es,li<!ndiu'!u\s,baek������  HC'he.i.drend of impending oVilfctlinldlty,  ������^.,J., U  tj.N-   Kmi*.   pAJltilMtilr.l   ������l   Vhu    ,m]  ,|H||1,rn'u.u  ji',',0W'tIm.  heart, nparks be ore tha eye, IrregiL  b4 ,,,,��������� J1Ijd t,      ,  , f  iHriliM, cons ipnllon;yar,nblo appetite,   b|nli, )(0     ,���������,   ;|   ,  wenkneus nnd iuquletudc, and dlzzinei's, ���������   ���������   t,  nre promptly heeded by intelligent women who nro nppronehing the period in  lifo wlien woman's great chango mny  lie nxjieeted.  Lydia K. Plukhntn'* Wgetnblrt Compound invigoraton nnd strengthens th*  lV.'������nli������ ojrgniiiiini aud builds up tho wenk-  onoft nervous ^yitein. It hn.-* curried  mnny women safely through thin crisis.  If you wan I ������|ipcI������1 tittle* write <������������  I.ydla LMMnkhnm Medicine fo. (fnufl-  k'n-uUali I.jiu������t Man, Vour litltr \i\\\  he opfnrd, read and iiinffered by a  w������������mu ti, nud held in Htrlet i*oi|lldt!iue.  W. N. I'. 07/"  Was Too Uore and    Lame ' to   Work  Qulckly^Cured by Nerviline  "1 have had a long experience in  treating horses, and. I can'safely say  that I know of nc liniment for strains,  .sprains, and swelling that is so useful  around tlio sJ.ablo as Nerviline." Thus  writes Mr. J. E. Murclilsoi,' from his  home, Crofts Hill P.O. "I had a flno  young muro that wrenched lier-riglit  foreleg, and from tho shoulder'down  sho was. stiff, soro, and swollen. I  applied Nerviline, and it worked like a  charm; in fact, that marc was In shape  to work a day after I usod Nerviline.  "Wo liavo used Nerviline on oiir  farm for twenfy-llvo years, and- never  ���������foiind it wanting. For man or boast,  it is a wonderful linlmont."  Five thousand letters recommend  Norvllino'as a general household liniment, as an all-round euro i'or aches  and��������� pains. ��������� .Try It yourself.  Largo nl: b bottlo, fiOc., or sumplo size  2iio,, .sold hy till dealers, or Tho Ca-  tivrrhoz'ono Co., Kingston,'Out,  3llent Man  Thn Into Mr. Plerpont, .Morgan was  nlwayn a sllou'r, mini, niu] ho would  HonieliincH champion tlio silent with  a story.  Old John Hal oh, un iipliolslnror, ho  Ihn story hogan. wuh renowned for his  silence. People who had heon Jill"  fiiiHtoniei's for a goneriitlon hud mnny  of them, never heard a \Vord from hlni  except: flood morning. Old .Folia, in  fuot cultivated   hIIciico   at a   genltiii  filllllVlllCH  IiIh art.  A nn (rou one dny Kiilil lo .fohn:'  Wl'iat'H tho bcHi kind of matlrcHH?  Cotton I  Cotton! tho piitron   cried,       Why,  ynu told mo twouly ycar.-i ago thul  hair wu.- the benl!  The old man gave a mm Ini. sigh,  'J'ulkliig hns ulwiiyti been my ruin,  he uulll.  " Railway Triumphs    *   S_tLuiiiig-,asJi--eler.k-in--.a-goqds-depot_-  Sir Charles Scotter, who died recently, applied himself so assiduously to  acquiring knowledge that in seven  years he reached the post of passenger  superintendent. Hi., knighthood was  conferred on bim ir. 1S95 i'or eminent  services rendered to the crown  through" the development of tlio grei\t  l-jiigl'sh southern "military" and naval  railway system. Amongst.Sir Charles  Scolter's achievements as genial  manager of the South ve'dtern acting  Ihrough tho -traffic supe.iutoudency,  may bo recorded tho feat on Boa'trace  Diiy, 1S87, ot passing out,of Waterloo  fifteen specials,   carrying;   closo   on  111,000 passengers, in lifty-six miniilos,  ' An Acrobatic Feat  Aro Bailors acrohaLs, mother? asked  a littlo boy wlio was reading ii story  of the soa.   -  "Why do you ask? snid tho mother.  Hecauso, explained tho boy, this old  sailor in tho book sat. down on -his  chest!  BMCK KNIGHT  ) STOVE POLISH,  Trial Is Inexpensive. To (hose who  suffer from dyspepsia, Indigestion,  rhotiuiatlsm or any ailment arising  from derangeuient of tlio dlgefitivo1  system, a (rial of rarmoleo's Vegetable  Pills is recommended, should the suf*.  foro. bo unacquainted with them, The'  trial will be lnoxpeiiHlVi. aiid the result'  Will be another customer for this excellent medlclno. So effective- . Is'  tholr action Unit many cure:, can certainly bo traced to I heir uso whero  other pllla havo proved Ineffective.'  A HOUSEWIFE IS JUDGED BY HER KITCHEN.  -  FOR A BRIGHT STOVE AND A BRIGHT  REPUTATION. USE BLACK KNIGHT.  A P/I3TE } the F R Dalley O.ltd.INo Dust  HoWASTE I HAMIt.TON.ONT.     I No RUST  5^P^rfe-  '       I JW1'    ':'"'  l&'A-m&'ii  v'i''i'.r, Mk ^Y  WE PAY THE FREIGHT,  WeatherwlBft Qirdo and Flah "  Tho fleugull miilieH ii Hplendhl living  Imrouioter,     If a covey of seaguIlM Hy  fieiiwi'ird r>nrlv In t1n> iMf.ctiti,<r .   ;;,;  hut?tho'dny will  .iir, bill, If the  _h thore ho no  linzo hanging om toward the wu tu  denote uupUwiint wcnlher, IiitorcHtcd  folk know Mini tlio elements will be  niifiivoriibl.'.       Of   all    wniiilii-'wbui  An Original Floor Decoration  Lulgl 11 loci (ono of llcrgcr'a early  iniiHterH) wuh not wllhoii'c hiu eceeu-  Irk'lili'H. lie piilulod tlio llooirt of  IiIh roomn In nl!n lo reprenent aheelH of  music, puper thrown down nt hiinurd,  ���������Hul   ffi    Ihi-n'n   ^I'niv.   r."lt'{irA '���������   Cvrnn   tr..  operiiH. Tlioso imcirppli'd (lonrH were  given over to tho perogiillations of  many plgeonn, which Itiecl fed with  ant*' eggt!  Some Bnrna.les  AClev lying In tho Medway for seven  yearn. Llie crulricr Cliumpioii, a train-  I . lAdh for .stokers, was dry-docked,  and forty tons of iiuis'sf.': have been  tnko;.. off.  Minard's Llniipent for sale evefywnere  She Knew It  One day a Vouchor wiih having, a  Hi'Hl grado elii-fis in physiology. Hho  itpked tlienrlf tlioy knew llial thero  wuh a hiii'iilng lire In Uio body till of  the I line. Ouo llltlu girl spoke up ami  said: ." ���������  Ycji'iii. "When IL is a cold day I can  .*m'i) thu Binokc.  How He Was Paid  \,, ,,ni..^. \\-,,.    ...    .    . , ,      c  idilpljiiIMers, lu uiihwc.' to life ipii-.y  an to hln oeciipatltm, jilfitetl lhat he  wiih uu ollleo yard und any odd John,  etc. DouliUftHH the ol cetera wnn  eloqueni, with mounlnK lo (he youih  lilniHidf, nnd ho may congratulule him-  relf on having come as near to'iho'  iruth iik an engineering appreulhe io  IIkIi the dolphin in the most remark-j the t-aiun (Inn. who contrived tn ere'Ad  able.     During a li.-i> ������j mI,. m- n :-nn m 1 nun th<! luuitrd-Kpuee lU'ovid  at ton Llie mariner known thai the cm]'  of ll In near if he run hco n dolphin  or a numl*er of tlmt llsh uporllng on  ihe Mj*!i ui,������a wavoH.  Womon,  r.-tii-irt-'Vl  uot Jia.d to jdt-tist'.  "*'(���������'.' iiifornipted th-  Vii*-. (nillminl ih,.  ���������yo.  Iiilehclur.  fiir ' hn  reyly Ki the qiioKttt.u an to how he  watt paid. Salhry or wag'-s".' Mi" I!  IiiminatliiK iiiihwi'I'I In tin dene,  Miroitgh lliil.t window.  Didn't See the V.lcc Vcrja  I .ot nie ten some of your black kid  gloves, wld u lady to a .shop ufaitit-  anl. .,  Tlicuo are not lhe InlesV .ilylo', nro  thoy'.' Him asdtod wlfn the gloves' worn  produced.  Yen, iindiiin, replied (ho sliopniiin,  '.Vi- ii.m- I,,iu tut.in in ttioi'tt uuly i\so  d'���������*.������"'.  t dldu't ih;nl; ihey were, bc'-aurfe  I Iir* fimhlon ji i-er Biiyn hluck kidn have  luii fjtil.ciieir, ijiiij vice vonSiU I nee  the tail HlWliCH. but lint the vlco VCI'HII,  The  Hliopmuii   explained   Mint  vice  ,i.,i    ii^in   t iklit.il   inr   l.i'Vi-li    I >'l 11 t)!i r*j  ,.a Mc I'oii/.hi tlirco pnlr.-j'.  .   Never Enough  Suppose you had all thc money .uni  Wiinfed--ho much, In fuel, you couldn't  pdsullily want more'.' What would  )oa Ao Willi il';'  Why, I'd lnvr������(ir II to ll ' 'ould double  I'.' 'U ill Lil K.uv. ,Vuu doii'l iiii.c;  Ine I'd lei ii Ho hlli', iio you7  'li&w*?  At the*  Factory  Price  Bu>iiigat thc factory will land  this range al your station (teiylit  prepaid for $20,00 lets tluii  the' next best stove on the market, ��������� You pocket the  dealer's profit*���������about 30 per cent, tjet a beautiful iteel  and malleable iron range built to last a lifetime, And wlmt\<  more you save money every month on your fuel bill.  Evory Range is unconditionally cu>r������ntetd.  Dominion Pride  Range  St IJ on  ttytermi  ifdttired  If i ai good as seeing  the tango to read the  compete and clear de*  senr!:-!'*. in *;.( Lwi..  T!;; (;t/i,l'u!wv..������;iuau *  history of cooking worth  reading. Let us send  you a copy.  Canada Malleable & Steel Kangc  Mfg. Oo,, Limited, O.bawa, Ont,  '^      Malleable o  Sliil Rj������|e MF������  Ci., Limiltrf, Othiwi  !������lnn ������"���������������.! P',r.V  Thi'. doi.'sn'i in������ti* Ill,r  l������|t* Hini|������ to mc, said V.\>  [iiirHiitHrr. ^  ,    I'l'i'lmbly nol. ,-fp|.i-,| ihi  Kioi-i'i'.   All J tin jeer.      Aflrp what  v<������i������ Ji-.t  have to do Is lo Vi  them hiur their j ,MiHtoiiH'd   to  tln>   nal  .own vjty. f ������ uaiiHMlIy im-uiu eirar  aeniiih.  i'  ,'JU:ij>k  in,|.  '.in  Uo-  Try Murine  Eye Remedy  It yoii IiAVO Hi'i], \Vi.\ik, W.ilcrv 1'!yft  vr timnulatcd I'^vliti!,*. |)oc.iii't f'nmrl  ���������Sootliefi Kyo rain. Urmrmhte ,Si.*ll  Miniuo live Itciut'dj*. l.iipiM. '.'So, 50c.  Miirina Kyo Salve In A'-'-w';- Ttslv.;,  2Sc.  Srt.'     K>p  |J<i(������|,,'i  I'rJ.'  lv Mall.  SOe.  VW* T"J" ".J Ur M IV" ,h������������ 'I"* C���������. '  V������lno  Ry.  ntm.dT Ci... fKld,  Wisdom  'this ii' a foid \yorhl, ii'iiiarked ill''  "I'ffi-fiil hll'it.  \\ li.it' ��������� tlif maMiT nou '.' a.-l������. d ih-.'  booh.  Whv nn -I" nd Ii.iT nm V.io; > t> ii ;���������  io f-avi* time and Uie olhci' half ti.vhr:  to l.ill' liuif, rcplktl Hi".' ill  iAht  i N.iture'H nival  I    Sh" - Did you hear \be thiiuikrHtonr.  Ili-t  -il'-.l.t*'  ������     II.*-   \'ii.    Th-tv    \.i:i   a   ; .ilftaj'iflf  j ni'1'tlm; in Ui" iii'.u hnii.'.e to mine-.  In a mail I' U'avi all 1,,.  ������������������"ritil  j     I ikili'l tiiij'  i l.iinw -.   c;iv ,  i i.uii;  l.'H.  _ Wi'll, hi-r. I um, ann'jiir.i.ed .  Hidmnialil,. |ii,\Hl<-I.-in in- hl.i br ������������������  ������r..y. And low v.hat .j��������� >VU" thl.i'v  t.;i' ni lit,-;' v 'ii, ji,,)-.'  ^'"i.tur, I h.ir.ll/ l.tiuv.-. inmiu'i-.  ih-   f.i.liiiina!;!,-   |..'|i'iii.       Wh:,c  ;.   a*.i 1  ��������� Imilt.  Ill \Lft\\,.v ",<  j ii; tJ ' ijuy a  I Cm \tni dti'i  i n.i.   i>;h  ll lv     1  Iiiil!    t.i I.  ic ih  n, If  li" Mire  ��������� .iii   l,j  <i  Iht.  il'-l  I  M.'M   It-  >  t  lllt������l������iiC������ i.  -tiltl  :  V1 V,"  v-.-^-'-.W^ <^*������* ���������*u*a^.'^^**\^v���������^���������itU!*^  %  C**a  THE  NEWS,   CUM&BBLATO,   BItraSJt   OOLfliaKA.  VI  Tlio Oiiniuoilaiiii Hews  Issued Kvery by  Y/inliiesday thc  Como:*   &    Gumbsfland  Publishing   Company!  This papii* wiil not hold irsolf  responsible for thi?. opinions of others, asmay Rjipoir. in its colli hi ue  trom time io tim:*.  YVKLNES.DAV FEB.   4   UH3  WATER  NOTICE  FOP. A LICKSCK   TO TAKK AND  NOTICE is. hereby given tbat Ewjui-  jnalt & Nanaimo Railway, of Victoria,  li. C will ft; ply (' r a licence to tako aud  HB8 100,000 gallons per 24 hours, of watei  our-of Tiibiu'-s Crook, i\hU:l_ flows i;i u  north.-rly dir-OM"U through Newcastle  Pisttiet nnd uvao i s.into Straits of Geor-  fU i neir 3 mil. a w'e-t, of Big Q.uali'ium  Hiv.-r, The wilier will lm diverted at _900"  u)iBtruu u from lailw.'.y and will be uaed  |or gonu'd railway vU'P������6i"3 on the Imd  desciilipd tis Itailway Right of Wty. Tlii-  loti.-e ������-a< piloted o.i the ground on the  3rd day of Apr:].'IQISJ. , The appltcatiiu  tvil) lie filed iu'tho officii of tho Water R<������-  corder at'Vi<*.toii������p It. O. Objections may  to filed wiih tho said Water Recorder or  witli tho'G"inptroller of Water Rights,  Pailianviit BiHoti'gs, Viotori*, B. C.  J^QIJUVULT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  ���������' . Applicant  H, E  BEASLKY  Ajjcnt  i������l>ilO jny7  WATER NOTICE  VQR A J.ICKNCE TO TAKK AND  .     .      US I-. WATER,  ''NOTICK is hereby _tvon that Esqui-  jna t A NuH-'imo Railway, of Victoria,-  }i. C wi'lap(j)y fur a l^cnco to take and  tiue 100,000 gu!l"HB per 24 hours, of water  on: of Sandy t reek, which flows in a' northerly I'vecbion throngh Newcabtla Dib-  ti iot and empties into Deep Bay, near  H'WJwerCTefclr Tb:e"waterwill-bodiver���������  t-i.d .vt 2150** i/p-tream from Railway nnd  will l<i nucd for (ioncral JRiilway purposes  o������ the lnnd ileBciibed as Railway Right of  W>y. Tlvs n-'t'oo was posted on the  ground on the 2,a\ d������y of April, 1913.  T*e Rlijt'ojtif.n will te filed in the office  o. tho Water R-corder at Victorii, B. C.  0'-j������ctii)i'6 w-y he fil������d with the snid  Wirtor Recorder cr with tbo .Compti oiler  pf Wsfcvr Mights, Parliamoat BuUdinge,  ViotorU, RO,   ,  ���������>:sqUI.MAVf A KANAIMQ RAILWAY  Applicant  H, fi. BJSASLUr  Agent  lipUG '       my7-  UN liitvC-H'-NlT   I Or" Iti'   UF  -nanaimo u014)kn  at Cumberland;  1N T11E M. ATTER of Sarah EH ���������  enor Tyson deyeasod, jntwstate,  ANL)  IN THE MATTER of tho "Oftl-  uial Administrator*. Act,"  TAKE NOTICE tliat by order  of His Hynm; Judge 'Barker,  Hindu tlio Otli any .of November,  lOlB, I was aiipoiiitod Administrator of iho E.stat������ of tho above-  mentioned deceased, and all parties hiving claims against tho  said.estatei an* hereby lvquirod to  furnish same, propeily verified,  to me on or before the 13th day  Deeemher, 1913. AND till parties indebted to said estate, are  required to pay tlie amount of  their indebtedness to me forthwith.  Dated this llth day of November, 1913,  W, "WVsr.EV'WlMiARD,  OtHe.ial Administrator, -  Cumberland, B. C  IN   THE   COUNTY   COURT  OF NANAIMO.  HOLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN THE MATTER OF Daniel'  Mugan'.deceasetl, intestate, who  ,   died at  Cumberland, B, C.   on  Jane.25th 1913.  AND     '  IN THE MATTER of the  ^Official Administrators Act."  TAKE NOTICE that by; order of His Honor Judge Barker^  made the 5th day of November,  1913? I was appointed Administrator of the Estate of the above-  mentioned deceased, and all parties having claims against . the  ���������Sai.d_estate. are hereby required lo  furnish same, properly veritied7  to me on or before the 13th of December. 1913. A'ND all parties  ��������� . ���������        *���������>        .  indebted to said estate, are required to pay the amennt of their  indebtedness to me forthwith.-,  ' Dated this llthjilay of Novem-;  ber, 1913.   '���������  W. Wkbujy Wir.LMtti,  Official Administrator, *  Cumberland, B. C.  WATER NOTICE  TOR. A U'iEHCE TO TAKK AND  USE WATKR.  NOIIUI. is horeby givon that E."qui-  ni'ilt & N������i"iidino Railway of Viotoria,  ]J 0, wUl u.p'.y for aliooacu to lake and  we 1(X.000^nlloiw per'H hours, ol water  out of Himli'O Crook,, whloh flown in a  mwI. oriy (liitutioii throaph Jtol������on Dis-  Irht aTid f.mpliofl into Ilnyno Sound near  tit'iih'n lVitvr, Tho wator will bo divopt.-d  nt ll!))',tipijtreiim from Ruibvay and will ho  iierM lf������r Ooucitil Rtitlwoy purpwos oa tho  Iind itiiw.Uxsl an railway right of wuyThw  iui>*(w wiia [lO^tod on the Krounil on tho  'JWdayrji AptH, IWJi. Tho amplication  vW li* HM ih tlifl olfloo of Uio Wator  Ur-co.d������r, Witotin, B.C. Ot'jcotioim may  bo m������il wHh th������ mid WhWt Iteconler nr  W^th thn CuioptrCiUOf of Wuttr Kicht������,  HirlmmeJl Mlding*. ViotorU, a C.  USQAjMAW ������ K.W4IM0 RAILWAY  Applionot  II, K.    KAHLUY  Ag������ot  ]N TlrtS COUKTY COURT OP  NANAIMO IKMiDR NAT  0CWBIBRUND  IN   THIS    MATTBU OF   John  KiuUb aholttiown n������ John Hmyth  docoiGud, lntostatfl,  '������1������d died a I  lUid Island on July ft, 1013.  AND  H'WIC MATrEUo! Iho'-Oflloinl  A lmii'irflratoru Act"  TAKK NOTICE that b.v order o!  IIih ll.mor Judge Barker, mndo  tbo JT.th dny of Novomhor, 1013.  i *aa njiiuiatt'l Adminifltrator  nf lhe Estate of the ahovc*mon-  tinned di-ci-aml, nnd all parilaa  liavinft claimH n|jniivt tho fiold  ��������� CiMiitf .iro lioroby required to fur  ni. h vumo, proporly vorifled, to  mc on or beforo <lic 13 h day of  Di.-cerabor.lOia. ANO ull'imr-  lien indebted to,, eiid ottato, are  n;.|Uirf'.l tn pay tlio amount of  ihnir iulebti lii'.'M to mo forthwith.  pnit-d  ihiH llth  iluy 01   Novt'in-  lH������r, 1S������i:.  W,   \V������"-:f.kV WlM.AUI).  OJfici;>l Aflminii'tratcr,  tituu-'dertd, K. C, '���������-.  i.  INTHifi COUNTY  COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND '  IN THE MATTER of Daniel 0--  ��������� Cnp_ioll,alB0 known  bh Daniel  John O'ConneU,' deceased, intea-  late, who died at Onj>o Cornmer-  ell, Ru|X)rl. District on January  20,1913.  AND  INT LIE MATTElt of the "Official  Admiiiistruvor9 Act."  TAKE NOTICE that by older of  Hi? Honor Judgo Knrkea, made  the 5ih day of November, 1913,1  wan appointed Administrator of  lho Estute ol tho abovo mentioned  deceased, and till parties having  cluirne ugaiiiBt the Haiti estalo arc  hereby required to furnish ������am������',  proporly voriHod, to mo on or before lhe 1 lit h day of Decern hor,  1913, AND all panies indebted in  eaid eBlato, nro'rujuired to pay the  amount of Ihoir indobti'dnefB to  ma forthwith.  DatodthiBlUh day of November, 1913.  W. WKBfiKV Wai Mm  Ollicial Admii'l -iift^'i  Cumberland, H C.  WATER NOTICE  ror.  A LICHWI. TO TAKB AND  (THB WATER  NOTICK U hereby tfvon Umt U^ui-  inslc A Nnual'iio lUikny, cf VioU'rii,  B. C. will apply for n liuoiioo to tnko md  USD lUO,UU0������tli m������ pui 2', Uju.-", or w.A������r  oiH of Uoy Orook, which llouu lo n northerly direction through Onrni-x Wstrict  nml croptlei into Oomux Hirlwur, nonr  Trout Ulvor, Tn������ wator will bodWomd  ������t 8M0������������������ MpBtreain from Hnilway and wlll  bo uacit lur (loneral tUUwuy [.U'po*'������i on  Om lancl ilftioribud nn HniUny night of  Way, Ttilo n tico wiw imatcd < n tlm  jirocnd on tha IJrJ dny ot April 1013.  TVo appliatloa will 11 HUA lu tho ��������� flloc  <f iho WiUr lUoordor tt VlutorU, b" C  O'.j.oUo'!* may Im HIimI wi h tho "-ill  H'������l������-r ll fonlrr or ������itli thu C niptro lot  i.f Water IU������bU, l'ulitiiioiK UuiI-Ulk*.  VLrttum. I'.O.  KiiQUIMAWr A VAKAIMO KAILWAV  Applicant  U.K. HBASUiY  Agmt  Anything yon want  and whatever 01  =^_way^yjiu_j^^t=lk=^^._^e]ow are a  few of things we print :  Give us a Trial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTERUEAl S  IJILM1EADS  ENVELOPES  TAML'HLK'IS  CATALOGUES,  MENUS  BLOTTERS '!  , DODGERS  POSTERS  ri  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  BALL PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC., KTC.  The  CUMBERLAND NEWS  Dunsmuif Avenue        Cumberland. B. C.  .iritpRnian   t.  *ilj,*hloi/ii< rod Nti  t  i  A  1  ihn e3&������������_ih__  iaa������������M������Bii������������^^^j������i__?^_A^  '**&t������AUil*Hl~i.*  W������^.-tiS^J^^tt**������l������'^.(-:*>m..****_.Srj������_  -, ,.^_r^-.t!������--  "   A  \t  l  !  1  \ t  ill *  THE NEWS.". CDftBERLAND. B. a  v7  QSSES A HUGE SHOW  BS. ORR OP TORONTO IS A MAN  WITH AX IDEA.  la Years Go oh His Zeal For the  Canadian National Seisms to Increase Instead cf Slacken���������Even  In Illness He Keeps in Touch With  the Job at AU Times ��������� Has No  Love For Personal Publioity.  Dr. J. 0." Orr, physician by. profession, but Exhibition' manager by  ���������ho'.-jo, is always a prominent figure  ta.tho activltioBof Toronto when tho  Cwaadian National Exhibition is on.  EIb success as an exhibition manager  elates back to the first day ho deserted the medlclno chest for the big attractions that mako a fair a combination of hippodrome and university.  His power lies lu his ability to do  t' ngs nnd keep pjople satisfied. Good  taturc overbalances his dogmatic  temperament, and when lt comes to  the eboico between a clannish adherence to a decision aud the gaining of  a. point by compromise tho factor can  mako tho compromise "with,a dignity  Millet's Difficulties.  9yro.������S Millets famous pictures, tty  "Sower" and the "Binders," wero produced in & damp studio, ineffectually  warmed by a tiny stove. Is. order to  keep "warm he would work with hia  feet in big wooden shoes atuffed with  ���������straw, .himself enveloped la a heavy  horso cloth with a hole in the center,  ihrough which he put his head! Ia  these pictures Millet had simply sought  to express with all-his might one o������  the phases of man's unceasing combat  with nature. But "political" parties  drew their conclusions. The "labor"  party declared that theso pictures pretested against the misery of the laborer, whllo official critics eaid that th������  artist sought to net class against class,  it this time Millet willingly painted tf  ���������signboard for a' Parisian tradesman.  But then ho painted it bo well in tha  end it. figured in an exhibition of hia  ���������works ln the School of Flno Arts.  ' Nickel In Soapmaklng.  It will probably bo news to the ar*  erngo nblutlonist that the metal nickel  ts used ln making his soap. And further, perhaps, he will be glad to learn  that although the nickel, finely ground,  is mixed with the other soap ingredients, the fluished product contains none  of It,' This'is go. because the nickel  acts as what tlie chemists call a cata-  lyst���������that it, ils presence causes certain desirable changes to occur, al������  though It takes no part in tho chemical  reaction. Offensive oils and those too  thin for satisfactory use. when mixed  with finely divided nickel and subjected  to tho action of a current of hydrogen,  become deodorized and harder and suitable for tho soap maker's use. Cotton-  eeedoii. for example, after the nlckel-  * hydrogen treatment, makes a satisfactory soap.���������New York Post. ���������  nf UP AND DOWN DIALOGUE.  Brother   and   t later   Pleagra*   an   a  duaetlort of Hllle.  Mia (to M������ alitor -Sue, who htit  boon motoring with hor beau)���������Did you  have a pjeasant trip, aii, dear?  Bno'tto'her brother John)���������Oh, it wan  fort loTelyS And W8 went over mountain!���������Jnat up"one hill and down another, for ever euch s distance.  "You went how?"  . "Up ono hill and down another."  "Did you have an airship.along?"  "Of courso aot, you Billyl"  .Then how did you go up one Mil  and down another J"  "In the auto on a perfectly lovely  tx*<L Tho hills were not to btghthat  you would have to fly."   ,  "What you mean, els, dear, In that,  foo went down one hill and' up another���������not up.one hill and down anothor."  ' "Don't, act aillyl How could wo get  to the top of a hill to ro down a hill  If we dldu't go up first? We certainly  went up oue hill and down another,-  frit aa I ������aid."  "You certainly did not. tou went  down oho hill end up another, Just as  I am telling you. You mny have gone  up one hill and do^vn that same hill,  and then you went up another hill and  down that aamo hill. You sec, sis,  dear, beforo you could go up one hill  and down another hill altogether you  would have to have an airship to fly  from the top of th!& first hill to the top  of that other bill, and you admit  tbat"-  But Sue" did not wait to hear the  rest���������Llpplucott's.  Dll. j. o. OUR.  tad' grace that makes tho other fellow feol that he has asked for too  Biuch.- ,���������  The Canadian National Exhibition  owes more to Dr. Orr for its success  than any other individual, although lt  has been exceptionally fortunate in  ���������having ou the board ot directors a  froup of public-spirited business men,  vho have valued the development of  the big fair moro than"the time they  have taken fronv their own business.  His enthusiasm has 'not waned as the  fears of his management Increase,  and his zeal, in the interests, of the  . Exhibition Increases: .    ''.'  "Come Ye to the Waters." ,  . Julian tirande, who recently returned to England from Bible lands, has  had some Interesting things to say  about Damascus. The , prldo of the  district He's still in its rivers,., Abana  and Pharpar, but this does not hinder  the citizens from polluting' them witli  the refuse of the streets, making the  water quite uudrinkablo in Bummer.  Water is brought'from'a distance and  sold In the streets at about a farthing  a quart, and to^ buy a cupful of cold  water and give "it to "one of those lit-"  tie ones" is a typical act of eastern  charity. Pious Moslems will .buy water and then gather the thirsty .children' round them,- rising- almost* the  very words of Isaiah���������"Ho, every one  thai thii'steth.'como ye to tlie waters."  ���������Homile'Uc Review.' " \ "  -It-has-been-sai.  a _r������\n ti ���������-ri'Mil  - Force of Habit. , , '.'  There' is at Princeton"an instructor;  Why He Wears Glass*!.  It happened ln the parkjnno Sunday  morning. .Todd and Kdgeley were.Bitting there together, discussing, needless to say, the eternal and feminine  question.    ' s  "lea.'^tid Todd, "1 quite agree wllh  you; tho way women dress nowadays'  Ib positively absurd."  "It's "worse than that," added Edge-'  ley.' "What's'more, in nine cases out  ���������f ton, their ineu folk are to blame."  Todd sighed.  '   "I eupposo that is so," he remarked.  "Yes. Look at that woman coming  toward us now. I'll bet yoii anything  yon like that her husband tells her she  looks positively, charming when she  Coe* out in that outrageous get-up, Just  because ho hasn't the pluck to say the  ���������truth, to laugh at her, to"���������  ���������'��������� But Todd'.had rlsen'to^his" feet tind,  hat .In hand,' a happy smile 'upon his  face, was awaiting, tho lady thus, referred to. The lady waN Edgeley's  wife I���������London Answers. .       , A A  '   ���������AMA_CANAL LOCKS*  Ha Vessel M*y Enter cr P*ei Through  Them Under Its Own Power.  It la impossible to fconvoy in words  anything approaching an adequate conception of the picture which the series  of locks, with their massive, towering  walls, and their equipment of colossal  gates presents. It defies description,  as it does the camera, even limits won-,  derful modern development, and can  he portrayed only by tho inspired peu-  cll of a Pennell. lt is stupendous,-  prodigious, overwhelming-evou these  adjectives are inadequate. As I stood  above them recently wllh r dlsiingu-1  Ished engineer who had been a strenuous' advocate of a sea level canal, I  ���������asked him if he could concelvo of a  safer place in which to put. a great  ���������hip than inside ono of. the locks, ami  he replied without hesitation or cqulv-  ���������cation that ko could'not.  When tho timo comes to operate tha  eanal, this fact will ho demonstrated  so clearly'5 that all itho world will  recognize it. Every device that human ingenuity can conceive has beeu  adopted to secure safety for tho vessels  using tho locks. In the first place, no  Vessel will bo permitted to enter or-  pass through them under its own  power. Tho worst accidents which  have occurred in locks hitherto havo  been duo to an engineer ln the euglna  room misinterpreting a signal from the  bridge, either going ahead when he  should have ��������� gono back, or vice versa,  and ramming a gate. ������������������  ' Wheu a vessel arrives at a lock at  Gatun or Miraflores, it will be tied-up  to the approach wall and turned over  to tho' absolute control of the canal  authorities. These will placo a ropre-  (tentative of their own ou the bridge  and another In the engine room. 'They  will then connect tlio towing locomotives; or "electric mules,"11 with the  ship, two. on either side .and ln advance of.tlio bow, and two on either  side-and in tho rear of tho stern, and  proceed to tow hei* Into the lock.~Jo-  eeph Bucklin Bishop in Soribner'a.  HEROIC WOMEN".  \  J ive to get up very early.in the morning who wishes to pull the wool oyer  the eyes of.the -.nuiager of Toronto's  Exhibition, but there.Is one Instance  tn the details of managing the big fair  vhqn the doctor's sympathy was successfully exploited for tho benefit of  nn lmpoater. It was about three years  iro whe.i the'blowing up of a battleship by a torpedo off the lake shore  at the Routh end of tho Exhibition  ���������grounds mado _. terrible noise ,aud  Surlod hugo pieces of timber in all  directions, ��������� One Exhibition .visitor,  more cunning than honest, conceived  thp idea lo'.represout hlnnaelf to tho  doctor as having suffered serious In-  Jury Ij the spluo from one of the  falling timbers of the destroyed battleship. Ho-played his part so well,  that thf doctor settled tho claim out  of court for a few hundred dollars  rather than take a chance or having  to pay more. A few days after he  learned from ono of his friends of the  Canadian Northern Railway that the  lamo Individual had recently collected  a fow hundred from that railway for  tho samo Injury to the very'samo  spine. A liurrlod search was made of  tho oity for tho baso decolvor, but ho  had cvicloutly anticipated the mau  hunt, and left for parls unknown,  Such instances an this ono aro very  rare ! i the life of Dr. Orr, but many  itorlon could bo told to Indicate thi  caro with which ho safeguards.tho  etty'a luU'rasta aud piles up the revenues from the Exhibition, Concessionaires could testify to tho Increasing ' Al thoy aro com polled'to pay for  the privilege thoy enjoy ilurlr.g tho  two weeks lho rowds assomblo ut tho  Exhibition flroi ids, Tho -showmen on  tho Mli! way cou id also unfold.a heart-  reaching story of tho dimes that aro  boing tnuiHfoiTHd from their strong  boxen to tho treasury of lho Exhibition,  UlmvliiK Coal Through ripe*.  Hammersmith Borough Council,  London, Eng,, which lina a municipal  pflflclrli-Hy iindortiikiug ' and has to  arrango for tho ittorumv and dolivory  of largo quantities of coal, reports In  favor of a sclieino to bring tlio roal  trom 1ho wharf to tho olectrluHy  workn by blowlnr; It through a pipe  T*> onublu tho con to pans throiish  lho pipe wator would alno havo to be  blown through and '.ho roport doclaroa  , that lho mixture nt coal and wator  rould bo forced through at a vnlo.lty  ��������� i������f about coven font po- fiecond, about  Bvo miles an hour.  Upon (U'llvory at tho electricity  worka lho coal would bo allowed to  (otlli; down ln lhe tunkfl, when the  lurplun wator would bo drawn off and  pelunio.. to thu nun', ine ixbl of iu������j  lchi-..A"l3 .vil.'ijalnl ni K-O.OOO.  1)i:I;m Mum! |_nt H1 Hut.  A story Is going tha round of tin*  _Iuhn tlmt Iho Duko of WontralnHlor  pf*..; on rnnvlni-nrl of lho nbllliv of the  English polo tea,u to bring hack tin  tup to Englam.. that ho told his  friends ho would "out his hat" If thoy  fallod to accomplish their task. Now,,  ������f coui'ho, ovorj'body 1������ waiting for his '���������  trace to fulfill bin promise, and thoro  i somo talk of ashing him to a dlnnor  ������t which ho wlll bo I iiv Hod to pt-rfonn  this undue gastronomic feat,  '. Persian ToHrccOi  Tombac, n tobacco uofid only for.  water plpen In inn Lorant, Is raised  ���������ottennlvoly al Ispahan, I'ersU  in mathematics who was country bred,  a fact that Is-frequently betrayed?by  ���������some homely saying of his.  One day.an undergraduate had performed somo peculiarly useless and  complicated process, ln arriving at thi  solution'of a problem when the instructor said:  ���������This reminds mo - of a colt ones  owned by an old friend of mine down  east. This colt was put out to 'pastors  after having bcen=������ed from its birth In  a box stall and watered at a trough lu  tho yard.--Tho "pasture lay across a  small��������� river, and,In the middle of tin  day tho colt; would swim the stream ta  go .up to tho burn for a drink of water."���������Harper's Magazine; ������������������' "* *  Oxford Terms,  A Rhodes scholar of Deliver, speaking of Oxford, said:      ' '  -  "Oxford Is a funny placo. Magdalen  ls pronounced Maudlin there. 'Full  term* n)oniis-luroo-quai,t������rs1"of a term,  'Gnucral ndmlsslou' diiy Li lho day, not  when you enter, but.when yon.leavo.  An 'ordinary degree' is ono obtained  by a,,special examination. An 'Inspector of arts' is not an inspector, but a  student. ���������   ��������� ," ���������  "Confused by those things, u new  Rhodes ?clioJn.r,B������1(1.: ���������  ? "'How. queer,.by jingo! How queer  It nil Is! And lt I go to tho Oxford  depot and ask for a ticket by train to  London'will they glvo me a passage  by steti'mcr to Marseilles?"* -*��������� Exchange.  . V������"Tlie Great, Violin Makers.  Antonio Stradivari, tho famous violin  'mnkiu'of Cremona, lived l(M!M7:i7,  Ho wns tho pupil of Nlnholan Amntl  and carried tho Cremona typo of vloliu  to Its highest perfection, Tho Arnall,  Nicholas urn! his nous, .Icromo ami Antonio, rank nnxt to Stradivari If nol  with lilm. Tho Tyi'oleso iiinkorn, ,In-  kob Ktnlnor, Ifl'-M-SU, nml Manillas  Klotz nud his soils tniulo violins Unit  stand very high In tho estimation ol  connoisseurs, Vllluiimo of Paris Ik His  most coUilirittod modern mnUor,  Statement Tim*.  ~W"liorTtlieTmflii_man~passed"~JoUinrj~  Jones said to Willie Green:'' -  ���������"Look,, 1 think he is.going Into your  house!"' -.--.    ''.   . -;.   - -   ���������<���������  ;'"Yes," "said Willie, "we get lots-of  letters. Sometimes we get as many as  three at one time."  "Huhr ejaculated. Willie, "You ought  to see the letters.my papa gets the  firat of every mouth."���������Youngstowir  Telegram.  An.Exaggerated Report.  ��������� Llndstrom���������1 hear that Billums turn-  td all bis proporty into bonds, disinherited his sou, who married a cham-.  bermald, and left everything to a coi-'  lege.  ...Mnnlver��������� Oh, he .wasn't so mean as  that! Under the terms of, the will tho  college wiil hnvo to employ tlie eon at  a salary of $7 a woek to" cut off IIa  *onpons,���������Judgo. '    .'   ' ,,  After 8hs Finished With Him.  s '  WHISTLING THE DOOR OPEN,  Quite Simple if You Can Whistle Loud  Enough ������.nd In Tune.  Theoretically it Is now possible for s  man to lie in bed and whistle to the  window to close; whistle to tho taps in  the bathroom to draw the water for his  'bath; whistle to an electric cooker to  start the coffeo or whistle to the dooi  to open and admit a waiter with breakfast A story ls going the rounds that  a London inventor has actually accom-  . pllshed the last of these conveniences,  ..but  from "a  practical -standpoint ,lt  .sounds improbable.  ���������Th"e~tueory~of"ifc~is~������irai)ie7���������Jtt'tirr  door Is a piano wire tuned to a certain  'Jkey, so that when tho lazy man in. the-  bed whistles in that key tho wire will  vibrato In sympathy. The vibrating  wire strikes another wire, completing  an eloctric circuit, and by moans of a  magnet the door Ls unlocked.  ��������� The same method could be applied In  theory to accomplish tho other results  named and could be extended to lnnu-  niorablo.other appliances, so that automatic servants would all respond lo  orders at a whistle.  ���������  Each appliance, tuned to a different'  key, would respond to a"different wills-  tl'o note.  ; Practically it would take probably  moro vigor to whistle loud enough  from bed to operate tho mechanism at  tho door than it would to get up and  unlock tho door, nnd even then the adjustments would hnvo' to be perfect  lriirthermdi'o, the whistling would hare  to bo on tho key, which would bat  most peoplo from tho scheme.  Very few people aro glfled with Uio  ability lo whl'illo a pr'etlelerinlncfl nolo  on tho key. In fact, most people have  difficulty enough whistling to the key  a few kccoiuIh after they hnve hoard lt  correctly sounded on an instrument,  antl tho lazy man with an ordinary key  ���������enso would bo having tho windows  opeii when ho really wanted more boat  tuniM'l oii.-Salurdity Evening Posl,  West   U   Pull   of   Stories of   Brave  Deeds.  A bright young,woman in the. mower  p������rt of BritiE-h Columbia'is tho heroine  of a bear slory that Ib quite true. She  Is a farmer'* daughter, nnd ono���������of hot-  daily duties is to milk iho cows.' One  evening not long ago she wan po eu-  'ifRgod a>Then n beav suddenly camo but  of the buah u iew feet away from. her.  The bucket was partly filled with rich  Jersey milk,.but ihe girl left it ou lho  ground ond'beat a hasty retreat, which  was precisely what Bruin wanted. With  much reliali he emptied' tho bucket', uml  then amble tl awny. !  The next evening tho milkmtud wns '���������  better  prepared,  and  when  bIio 'went I  to the pasture  iho  carried tho bucket  Iu ono iiaiid aud in the other a shot- }  gun, which kho loaned against u tree; j  this because  bho  lookod   for h roi urn i  -visit   of   the   milk-loviug   benr.     Sho j  was  not  disappointed.    Tho  pail  wti.i i  nearly   filled   this .timo   when   Bruin '  hppeareO,   coming   toward   her , in   it  vory evident hurry.  Tho girl repented  her flight of the-evening before,: aud  the bear sgnin made up to Uio bucket,  When hi3 head wus comforlnbly  into  the milk, the gun, loaded with number  6ix shot,   was   very   precisely   nimefl,  and k second or two later   liruiu   lay  low.  The point of this slory is 'that tha  women'who livo in thc frontier coun-  ���������Jry have need of keeping their wiis  nbout them. And, as a mtittor of fact,  most of them do. Many tales are told  of tho bravery, fortitude,, and ro-  warkRble endurance of woman . settlers in the remote places of tha West  and North, .some of whom have also  proved themselves the possessors of  exceptional ability and business keenness.  Thus there is an honor "roll of s.t least  a, Ift-lf-doren women in Alaska who  played the part of miulng prospector  ������o.woll that they made good stakes and  won fame and fortune. They were, in  th* theory and practice-of placer mining as any man in" tho North, nnd  proved it by results. It. is (old of one  of these venturesome six that once, to  save her husband's bank at Nemo from  failure, she traveled three hundred  miles ia midwinter, alone and by dog-  team, carrying a Bubstantltil olenn-up  of gold nuggets from hev own holdings.  By day snd night, tlivonga enow and  blizzard, eho kept to tho trail, and  reached Koine, with lior golden, relief,  just in .time to avert the throatened disaster.        '  Aaothtr woman, not a gold-hunter,  mushed 1,450 miles from Bampart to  Whltehorse, in tho Yukon. &he,did it  alone, too, and in the dead of a deadly  wlnte'r. \Vith her train' of dogs sho  made an average of Iweniy-flvc miles a  day, ".and on one or two days covered  thrrty-llve mile?. That is good travel:  ing* on tho winter trail, even for a man,  and especially good for a woman whon  for tlio groater part of .the way she ran,"  .not.rode, holding only by hor hands to  the bars of the dog-sleigh. For on eomo  too-cold-to-ri A e HI f t-y-and-  G.OJ.OFTHEWEST  ANGUS  MAOKAY   IS   FRIEND  THU WHEAT FARMERS.  OP  Not the Heady  Tlio ful lior hml gunn nwny nml left  lils.ouly son'In charge of tho shop.  "Arc you head of tho firm?" :isl;rtl  tlio mnn with tho snniplo enso," who  hnd Just conic hi.  "No, Hlr," remarked Ilio young iu:in,  wllh n siiilli\ "I'm only tlio heir of tlio  h<intI."-r.omluii Tlt-nit*.  ... _.   (|  No, He Wrtun't ������\7.ttd,  MI.hij    Ruso-Wiin    (lllbcrt    exdl.ij  v/hon he proposed?   MIps Violet-Well,  wo wero In his enr nnd ho ran It backward for inovo (linn n'mtlo without  tU._4*it>a  .v. ��������� V...,,,*_,.* ...i's.  A Touoh Casfi  "What's lhe trouble, old ,iiiau'/".  "I'm In o bnd wny.    I Uo nwake  nlRiits tliliiklng nbout my work. Theo  when I'm nt work 1 keep going to  ���������leop."-rilUbur_:u Post,  A "lysijis  Auri'.v Womiin���������My husband attempted to slrlko ino, I wnnt lo hav������ lilm  arrested.  Police Captnlii-'-AII right. Whuro  wlll wo find himV  Angry Woman ���������Iu lho Huiei'iif'ni'y  hospltal.-CliIcngo Dally News.  The Ideal.  Caniii!ilj,'ii Matingor-Yoii will have  to allow ..Mo, according to my estimates, for clci'l-iil exiKnihcs*.  "Ctnulliliile (hl.i first experience)-"  Clerical expenses? Gosh I Docs n man  tun.'H I'uhnl'n' fur ������>hurrlff have to hire  a L'liu|iliiln?-Clili'iiKO Tribune.  Man's N*w Hivhi.  KiUvl-lHiily l.'.?h������'l ������ Ibuvuhl tot  anybody nowadays oiccpl her now  car.   Hho's perfectly Iu love wllh It.'  Jack (tfhdIy)-.\nolhcr ense of mnn  being" displaced  by  machinery.-Hoi-  I ...    'I' '..I '  iitm    m .. ..',.,...   ->  .    Built the Village Without Nails.  Without tho uso of unlls an ohlli'e  Ylllngo of houses linn been built ln Al-  beilir, Cu n ii tin, These houses have  been built by Rutlicnlnn Immigrants!,  and their ni'ohlleoluro Is novel. The  flrsL ntlciiiplH nt houso building nro  usuully of the kind they had boon accustomed to in Europe, und their  building's are ot thn typical .luthtMilnn  ���������tylo���������lou, pitch roof, tuntolicd ami  wide lu Iho euros. In many eaten  ihe%o biillilliiff* aro put; up without m  dollar's worth of bnnlwiuo. The rtoov  Ih of hnwu Iojir, nnuiillcil. Tlio roof, at  thb favoi'llu FtiiHhlim roof rhvuyrt Is, Is  a wonderful fabric of poles and crow  ���������..-'������..  siity and -seventy   below ?.ero, which  means that one must keep moving.  Just liko a man, this woman musher  rode and tramped, sometimes breaking  a way ahead for the dogs when she  rero-iofC was too dense for theih to  see. Just liko a in an, too, when out of  roach of the road houso., sho mado.  camp at night-time beside the trail,  anA slept the deep warm sleep of tho  outdoor North. A holo in tho'miow for  a bed, a tart flr branches'for a mattress, and hor Arctic dogr-robes for  bedspreads, she lay herself down to  sleep, alone; and at"grey dawn she was  up and off again, Not mnny women  oould have dono it, but tin's woman did  it, and Buffered nothing moro serious  than the' loss of a few pounds weight  ia her two months on tho winter trail.  Strange honoymoon trips sometimes  fall to the-lot of northern, brides. A  newly-wedded couplo at .'Whitohorse  wiehfld to go to Dawson, their home-  to-bt, But they were loo Iuto in lho  season to catch the last stenmer up  the Yukon, and for a month they waited In Whllehorec. When the first  snow eimo they let out for homo by  the ������vwland route. A strange bridal forty-ono yours  outfit lb wasi dogs, taft grub-bor, and  a alotl big enough for two: nud an  arduous bridal tour ahoad of tliem. via  the tinier Yukon trail, But they'hnd  a good time. Tho weather was not too  sharp, the going was good, end tho  numerous road houses along the Dawson train mado convenient ptoppiug  places. When they reached Pewson  ther declared that' they hnd tot hud  a dull moment or an uncomfortable  experience, taft that dog-sled wedding-  Irfps In tho North were good.  Ontario Has Best Apples,  Ontario has been swarded lhe sweepstake at the Cleveland Exhibition of  the International /.pnle Shipp"' ^������  sooUtlon which carries with It the  President's Oup, as the best .ppl*-  growing Provlnee or Elate en th������  North Amerlean Continent.  Ontario' won ilrst la llu own clwss,  wher. It yttt, groupod wllh Nova Hcotin,  Maine; New Hampshire, Vermont,  Kasiaehvietts, Connecticut, Rhode  Island, Now fork, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota,  The Ontario exhibit   ytat   only eel-  .    .   ,        Ati     a, i   i Jaeteft on Monday, Valppefl nn Tuen  woven whonl alrnw, ton IncheH tlih'k. ; ^ >nd e8TVlfld ^     ,���������������������, off cn Wefl  pRcked tli;ht uud solid nnd laid with  ancli euro that It wlll ihcd tho weather  for twenty yearn.  I Three Kinds of Riographiei.  'After  Woodrow  Wilson  had  luiis  nominated one of hln frlciulrt nald:  . "(loveruor, yon alioiibl vrrll������ an autobiography."  'J here was a twini.Io hi S\ ii.tuii t> *)c.  ������.. lm ichiAA,  "My friend, there aro three kinds of  blfWnplileJi - Jmt plain lilogrnphlei,  antohlogrnplilCM and ought-not-lo-bloe*  mplilei.   I prefer tho Init nRinevd."-*  neidiy. Thirty varieties weni ahown  ! ������-Aft������in wider apples. <lve lumnter  I anl tin Mb   la regard (o tho mm-  m������r apple* allows na* wis mad* fue  j tht eauy eonon.  I Thi tup ii awarded by Mr, Y.A,  | l.oemli, ef X*w York, )'rtsU\������������i of the  ! Aaiofllatloi', and is open f������r annual  ' comja*tltion,  Superintendent   of   tho   Experimamcal'  Parm at .Indian Hoad Sask,, Moved  - Into tho West Beforo the Three Pro-  vincos Wero Joined and Haa Been  oa the Parm Ever Since���������Popular In  the West.  i.   ^    -. ���������  *'! eoo from my house by the .eido <u  tlio road���������  By tho side of (ho highway of.life,  Tho' men tvho i������rns3 with tlio ardor o.  hopo,  Tuo mon who uro fttiiit with strife.  Hut 1 iuru not away from their smilei-"  not ihoir tonrs���������  ���������  Both are parts of an infinite plan;  Lot mo livo in the houso by the sido oi  tho roiul  Aud bo a friend to xunn."  In the West the nnmo of "Angus Mac-  kay Is a hoiihcholil expresison. bcctiuso  for iwouty-sii years i.i has meniit  friendship.'and counsel to tho farmer of  tho plains snys Norman Lambert In Toronto Globo. Mr. Mackay h the superintendent of tho jlominion Kupcrimun-  tal Farm at Indian Head, and ho is tho  only superintendent that institution hau  evdr had. i'oro thnu thnt, ho is the\.  pioneer, the father, of agricuhuro in  western Canada. Saskatchewan is hia  Province now, and Saskatchewan peoplo  claim him aa their Grand Old Mnn, but,  Mr, Mackay'o field of-.lnfliicneo knows,  no Provincial boundaries. Ho cumo into  1ho West long before tho three Prairio  Provinces were foniued, nml ho in known .  and remembered best, perhaps, for hia  work during tho loug, hard years prior  to 1903. Earlv in July it was announced  tdat Angus Miicka'y'.was being retired  by tho Government from iho farm at Indian. Hoad to take a.hotter position, nnd  from Manitoba to "Alberta, from tha  boundary line to the northerly limits of  tho agricultural belt, this general word  was spoken: "There is nothing too  good in this world that Uiey can do for  him."  Angus' Maekay   camo   to   the groat  "Northwest in 18SC?"   Ho was amonget  the first contiugent of  settlers' which  come   West   from   Ontario   upon   tho  opening of tho 0. P. R. to Manitoba,  alto majority of   tho old Ontario immigrants., at   that   timo   were'   taking,  land in tho southern   part   of   Mani-,.  loba.   and   in that district to-day, excepting the Monnonites, tho sons nnd  daughters  of tho  pioneers   in  Bruce,  .  Huron  and   Groy  counties   etill   comprise  a largo percentage-of  tho pop;*.-  Iation.     Whother   or   not  it  wan   becauso.   Mr.    Maekaj'    nnd   tho    threo  friends,  who - accompaniod   hini'   wero  "  not   descenoa; s   of   Huron,   Grey   or  Bruce,   or because   Uiey liad   a   moro'  canny genius for   locating   good, soil,'  that Ahoy,   passed   Manitoba   by   and  "|n'oeeoac~d  to~iairds   Hituatod   on���������tha���������  eastern1 threshold'  of the   Northwest  Territories   is ��������� not  known, '  But subsequent   events   would   rather- go   to -  support   the   latter   tiioory.    At  any   -���������  -rate, thoy wero in tho van of the first  big trek of  Ontairo   farmers . to   tho  Westy and,-liko their Celtic forefathers .  amid   the' primitive   and   pioneer eur-'  rouudingfi   iu    Eastern    Provinces   in  iho    early    days,   they   havo   labored   .  hard and woll,'and have aot up standards of   thoroughness which aro   just  now beginning   to   prevail ihroughout  tho cntiro plains country.  The,threo men who camo West with  Angus Maekay in 'eighty-two wero  Williamson, Miller nnd Boon. They  all hailed from Ontario County, On-  torio, in the vicinity of Pickering, Mr.  Maekay, who, was bom in that, locality in 1S41, wna also educated at  tho old Whitby Grammar School, ln  ^.lSCI ho was Lieutenant in tho 'I'lth  'llt'gimcnt of Ii'ort l'irio, and was, on-  gnged in active service at tho timo  of tho I'oniun Paid. So, although beinR  known now principally for hio work  oi! tho past thirty years in Western  Canada Mr, Maekay spent- tho Ilrst  of hia life ia lho  I'ltici. When tlio group of tho four  Ontario County f.ri.iers loft for tho  WoMcrn frontier the 0, V, H. wm  running only as war west na Onl:  'J,uke, nt' that timo a poirit Hiu miles,  beyond Winnipeg. Aftor Mnk I.uki;, ������  lonely, bouiu'lles's r.TjiniMti of prairie  was "the only view, and on ' lowiinl  llie western" sl'iylhifl 'journeyed Ae  four setIfr* witji ' thoir wagonn und  cnmbcr.'-onio ox-touins, ' for a"<li������t:uict'  of lfiO milfs, .when they ciyjim t" the  fe'ttilo ilistvjct liois* Mu'i'i^mding Ii.-  ilian llfttil. Then Ihey iiPlni'trd tln-ir  hoiiieiUn.ili������. in a IK"'!:, foriiicd u  com, iny with tln'iuaeh an f..s Dm only  sliiiii-'liMlilflif, iiii'i lU.iidcl, in 1'..i.i  way, to work on n i*o-nj������i-iiiii\<���������> bniilh.  Two nf those old |io'ine������U'!ul* hn*���������������������������  kIiico I'hiingcil hanilf. 'I'liry ln-lotigi'd  lo Miller and Williiiinhon, who liuft  j long enough lo f.ce tho wheat ln-lt i������-.->vt.  I in jumps fiom tho wesliftn buijinliii. oi  I MatiHnba to the fortH������ ph-.;u:i of the  Pence lllvur Valloy.  Vor flM* yats tliOKO I'n'ir n,"n worked together, and llirn, in iW, thn  Diimlnlon Government nii'lcrK.nk in  tiltibliah nn ctporliiientul farm in  Wosli'i'ii C'mukIm. In ls,iCi u funr. of  O'.'O acif������ was jturi-lnfml fr^m i> land  company which owned sli'y t',i:i.������fuui  aci't'S in tho lJu'A]>!iolIc Vnllvy cnuMrj,  whlcit fxtenoi tKirth from Jnninu UkuiI  as far as lho Q,u'..p|.clle Jlivcr. Au^w.'  Muekay, who nunlHted :lio Govi.inmi'i'.l  In loi'titlng the site for the flr������t r>xpfri-  montiil fttvin, was a p on in led tl.o lift  siijiorlniendent, and llioro on I'io ojit  Skirls of lho tiniii of Viulimi lin,.] |;o  esttiblishcd  whn. might  >fty njiily bf  I  Conspieneut by Absence.  Tho oniiegroorn Is of llltlo Importance in a wedding, hut let blm fail to  ���������how np, ond his stork niihlonly rlin'  in valtjo.-Mliinemiolli Journal,  No Mora Hornet.  "Whal hftvo you done wlili the home  blntN In yo.ur nmgnzlno'/". '���������'  "Hnfl to abandon them In fftTor of a  iiiffrngalto depnrtmeut."-Wathlnirton  n������ralO;  Sauey Thlnfl!  Th? iToutlj-My grnjidffltlitr iellU������  lore forty yean ago.  rm&tr)e������3 airl-Dld It* owe lin-'h?-  Knniui City Star  I High Meed Mulev.  Mulct ii ro going op in pvkt, Tbe  titbniian ennui conitntsslon recently  in ado id first largo Importation of  fnntea iloca 1000. Tho lowest Lid on  tha latest ripply wai |211 aacb, de  Hvorad at the docile at' New Orleam.  Other pnrobaita in the put horo beat  ta followit January, 1400, forly-fln  tnalti at I1BT.M; tfabronry, 1&0C, Cftj  Main it tlOO.fid; Bipteml'er. tOOO, fiftr  uuIm it IIC8W.  i Jtavafii of New Canal,  i    A ties ������Jion aores nf tne litieit fruit,  j cowing hnH in the Magnu, fiiih belt  till tare to ba abandonoi1! ru'l tnrnml  ever to the Gevirrment rnr tho .S'ov.  Willan4 Blilp Canil, r������co)-4lut������' lo i^e  rift  L\\\   rsjrli'.ereri   in   tht.  1 incoln  toeuf.iy titiito.  Tke rlght-of-iray at iomo j.olnts is  illf a mile In width, and at r.o place  i It leu than 100 Utt wldo. At ihe  alee froat 1,600 fait out iu the )������W  i elilmed for harbor mirpotei, Tno  ���������anal aula tirougn ike vlnasa of Honmr  wl.������ra a r.UKbif e! il* oil lu'-duvrvkf  tafl fcitialnfi if 11) ������o rit������o\ed. 'Ih*  OUtllnt" JUll n!ll������l, th* ������"������w Anglh-i..'  Ohnre'h tow Jn tevirii cf metier, )!������������  till nlilk of .lit tifht cf v.iy eittr.Ji  tt lai &l\{ will, tulci te ".he lat������r.o_  ot f Vi l������������V, \Kuil flu ar'l tlA< ".haa  V������i>"i l'ii\������ p..*ii-..i In ini"-*������"ln(/ i!"rn1<ri'>  ilurinir th^ '".���������.(��������� nvcntyfhrt -iftitn, in  li'iur. ib������i |_m������|h-I of n'niiblo fin mi nr*,  'an! <-. ti v,l ������������������!-. t'-'-.-ii.r.r.'1* <.f lettf.-ii  lm.') bicn ful lo thoso who ("inPi  lio'  come, I'on^yliiK   int"   ihr.  wilil,>r  ...     .     ,     -,..      ..  -..  1     ,- P     .i.i'    r i  ,,. r     i* <-* ' -   ���������*  '' At     lill     I'U'Vil'i'i'.     of      .''J'klit.ll. f.l.tl  : a������i'l Alhi 1|i i\i>:"f- fiirirt'il. si.il iir rrpi*l  | I n ll ti i of jmniisrrnti'iii in iri������*ni ycni'i  V������i pis*n their lliiiumituli of fiuifi-rs,  Ml,or Mj*<������iiMwi!i-l ������';t**������������iif 1 jic iit-tn  ������rtcl(li������heil lv ti e Piuh'ii'mhi at  Jititthcnt mu! NtoM, ������Ril a*. I.iihbr'n'.'e  ��������� nil I .tvi'oiiit'f. 'i h rt������i������������ Mi.inc 'i-i.' ��������� ���������  liftiii,  l'pp.lfd   by  y<ii:i>/   ti r * I mpiib'e  I.U l.,   ku   ....... H   CU    '.'.-.'..        I.'-      kl.f  afl'i* t i.������������v ii.o nit. w ii ��������� ii ������ii j'j'-'fil  \>l thf "lil !.������������'<* ��������� ������t Ii'i \ii' Mt'.f. i'" t  it is 'x.ni ' n still that uaiIi .--Iwei  it in--gl,������ tvn ti-,t* \r*tarot������'7:on ii ra������  *A'**A  IT  : .���������>.  '7-  ���������"ii  -t..  i  !  i THE yEWS^CTJMBERLAMD;' BRITISH CbtUMBjA^  #*ea������*w������������aa*������?Ts^*������>v*^=^^P������Twr������ ���������m^*tj*?%&M*M&***GttJ*MUsn*x>Mm  atammamitim  WATCH THIS  SPACE  NEXT WEEK  V  MJ1 .        '   JT*  |P     IH  rniture Store  j      MePl.ee Ulock, A. MoKINNON     Cumberland  I  ��������� -jxv ttm**ni*mMMf\m %m-tmjmnumitm mua i m wwwjw  DENMAN  IS! i A N'D  Thon. was it v<!i*y   jolly  slcigii-  ���������?ti<*��������� party urgani/Md  ''V   -Mis^   1).  pick!.?, on Kriilny, Jan. BOtli.  The party pnAI :\ surprise visit to  Mr?. Chalmers, ami id though not  lieimi- a wn re ur thidi', coming, she.  provi'd equal to tlio occasion.  Mrs. Pickle* and Mrs. Glial  "mors ri'DiliDX'd somo classical mn  .sic on ilit* orr-THi), and-thw lime  was further passed, liy thc tolling  .of .-lories and tlio singing of old-  iiinc .-ougs. The p-.u'ty consisted  of Mrs. 1.). Tickle;-, the Misses  Mmul aiin May Pickles,'Mr.^W.  ���������Mr?, imd jyiis-!. Gladys Piercy, J,  >Mc,(.Jt;o ami P J   Doh'eny,  * o  Quite an excitement was causal on the fort-noon, of" Jan. 27th,  v. heii l*Jndgt" Abrams, accom  piuiicd hy two constables arrived  in a launch, ancl wended their  ,*w.iy along ihe main road to ihe  ���������fust Ado.. The Deniminites were  j^ruitiy relieved on learning the  object of iheir inis&ion."T  There was a lovely time at  the hall on- Wednesday, Jan. 28,  when Mr. Howard McFarlane  jsii'd Mr. Irwiiic Piercy treate.1  ihe Deninaniies lo a merry even  ���������ing\. sport. -There were about  ���������Aweniy.fj.ve couples present, and  'Mr Fred Piercy acted in the ca  ���������patity of floor manager. At  ;.bo'.U midnight, the ladies sorv  ai! re fresh meiil.>, after which  Ahincing was resumed until 2 a.  ir. when 1 lie heme wallz,  brought a most enjoyable even  . tg to a cloce. The music was  furnished by Mrs. A. McLaugh  .in, pianist, and.Mr. T, Graham  v-iolinist.  A very pathetic incident occur  rd at the hail ou the night of  Ju'i. 28th, wheu some idle hands,  ���������cut au aperture 11 Mr. Thomas  Nixon's Cowboy Imt, destroying  it completely. We trust, in tho  Jiitnru to bo r'ul of audi vilodutuls.  03SX3���������>$S3093S9������8������������a3Q������  Cameron fluto  CLtEARlNQ  Phone 1074, 521 Superior St  Victoria, B. C.  ovin.g  Picture  C^OWft THEATRE  Cumberland  OPE^R HOUSE  Coaptenay  flEW  HAbli^  Bevan  &            We have fov sale a few slightly used and rebuilt ������  i&    cars in lirst class condition, which must be rold lo meet ^  q    real estate payments. y  I  Buiok, 4 passenger,       $275 ������  I  Ford Touring Car,        $325 1  ������  Ford Touring Car.         $350.1  |,,Ford Touring Car (1912)$425 |  I, Galt,PivePassenger(i9i2') |  9     Demonstrator, plightlv used, elecric starter'- )    <J������1*7CA Is  1            and,lights.                ���������                 ,���������      . \   yUDXJ |  I  Ford, Touring Car         $275 ������  ^           and seveuil other Touring Cars and Trucks. &  FEED!FEED FEED!  A. B,  A large _ stock of shorts,   bran, crushed oats,   hay, and  poultry feed for eide at except ionaily low prices.  Phone 32  Courtenay  fllMWl1  (Marf-wiiwmaj*  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii^  MAROCGHI BROS    l"  Mr, Qrothcra, Mini.ior of Lnbo.,  jinn nu inin'oi'lioK cum for the  iiijj;!) c ul ol living. "A period ol  nard limes will bring ilo������n price*  und fir iro people buck lo tho land;  llnti i. about tho only romi-dy J  I,now," eaid lho iMiiilntfir. In 'A  feci, >ho euro for hard limes in  liunt'tir limes���������-a truly patltolugi-  ful lumcdy. A Job'a comforter,  Mircly ia iho Miuiuter of Labor,  liiinl limes rni'imu unulo. of ui.-  ij'ii biyuil; h linger ( cold and ra^B  I Ar miiBsos of workers; untimely  fiauyliter of iufui^.; uirh driven  into. proKljtuiion; wimyof body  ttr.d H|/iril lo gru,U numbers; u  dick h luntinj. f".r, even for tbopo  tvho 1110 able to linld Iheir john  Hiud liin.B to the Himli capitniisin  ;i ' i.i'0 limcw of uiinfry and four;  n: niy nit' forcid iuui kmkruploy,  ���������Thu Vniw.  Moving   Pictures   will  _be shown in the above  pi-a c e s as follows:���������  Tuesday, Fricby ancl  Saturday, Cumberland;  Monday, Wednesday  and Saturday, Courten-  ay; Thursday.   Bevan.  Tojo Shouus  Each  Night  Prices as Usual  W. WlfCHELL, f>������t  GROCFRS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  ���������Agents for Pilsener Hreiving Company's BEER  ��������� Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  -SEG0ND���������S-T-R-EET���������  The.fust  shipment of our spring slock  ofl  Shoes have arrived in'  Men's Tan and Black Button  Ladies' Tan, Gun Metal, and  Navy Blue Suede ina  Lace and Button  Watch for our Sale of Odds and Ends after  Stock-Taking  <1  JL  )*i^#������ttf)^a*^*w������)>l^t������vV*tfa<fc>'to   *et*ri&**f*.*ft0t*agp**f*t'**9  XS3TrOBKBKBSXlt3*OS^m  Mr. II. S. Clement!', tho member for Comox Atlin haa introduced a moneurein tho Federal Houso  which is not without interest, to  local loggers and lumbermen,  Tho bill ia intended to further  safeguarding shipping in coastal  wiiters by making provision for tho  salvage of'logs 1������kI from broken  booms, Ab lho law Btands,thero is  no obligation on lho owners of  booms to pick up tho logs from a  broken boom, and tho dorulie'- lim  burflconslituto a menace to -navigation. This new bill i������ designed  10 remedy this condition of things  ���������Nunaimo Jlorald  T. D, MeUau  aud I.). K. Me  Donald have been   appointed Li  cense (,'oiumissioncrs for thiscitj  Ijy the provincial government,  Mr. W.J. Pearce has sevep-d  his connection with Macfarlane  ft-os., nnd will leave on Sundny  fur Vancouver,  Mr. M. IC. U,   M.c.ulai.c l"'t  fur \';.Heouvcron Sunday last.  ������,..���������������������������   .4t���������~~-������������������������  \\u 1 Crtvcb, ui Viineouver, wm  ..1 vov... U'i'' ������'^^'  Superanuate Dr. Fagan  Victoria, Feb. .'J. ��������� Dr, C.J. Fagan  for fourteen years iu charge of lho  h_..!.!. d:.'j'",.rtir".inl <*���������( ������h" ������ovcrn������  uuiol, ir.i.i .siipcxanuuntt'd i\l noon  lo day. Hon, Dr. Voung told tlio  Hun toduy no one ad yel has been  couhidorcd to succeed Dr, Fognn,  "lit. i'lig.in,1' .jo*ai������, "'brtStot A-'.-  Province hundreds of thouflnndaof  dollars annually through untiring  ancrgy. Abyolu'.cly un Hided li������-  bus worked up interest infighting  tuberculosis and l\io jirt-si;i������t ,������o*pi  t-il ntTriuiq'i'l'n is ,\ monument to  i*i.*4 zml, lie has tu-ver fjMied him  ri-'f .md tlifiu^h now prepared to  get a we!l (.'irif.l rfs������l, his hiss will  b������* kwiiyMl by mv depattiijenl"  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COltMERGE  1   : THE "IDEAL" STOBE       Next to Tmbells ,  i       McRae, Acton, Hayman  illlUlllllllBIIIIKIIUIIIUIDIIinillllllllinilllllll!llll!!lllltllHIIIIUIIIIIIIIIllllllll^  ^viiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiifiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ naii<iuiiiiHuiiiiiii:iiii%  ���������=  Capital Puid Up $11,(560,000.  ' Rosei-vo ^>13.000,000 ,|  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   AS;Y.   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  '    .     OVER   VIIE    WORLD.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  payaWo without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following- rates .  $5 nntl under    3 cents  Over    5 and not exceeding $10.    0    "  "     10      " " 30 10     "  ���������������     30      *' '* 50 15     ������**  REMITi^ANCES  ABROAD  ao  chould be made by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS anil MONEY  ORDERS.   ltsucA without delay at reasonable rates.  ! I I    BERLAND BRANCH.  , W. T. WHITE, Mannger  GO TO���������  HUGH MITCHELL  KOI.   YOU It  Gen'I Blacksmithhig  -AXD-  .   Horseshoeing  Third St.       Ctunhei'hu.4  Iwjoi.  Woodf  Wood  Now is thy time to plnco  your  order   for   SLAH    g  S) WOOD I  |    ������2,50... jier don hln limd    |  $ From The I  1 Star Livery Stables |  I'Oll vSAMC���������llou������o nnd 10  Heron of hini on liny* Koad,  close to town, Tiviu.- !i;l"ji).()li  iluwn, hiihineo inuiiihly. II"ij::i!  to renl. Apply J*. O. llo.\ li.ll)  nr ihis olliee.  Mi:;:" U:v:.c\ !?mnv left U*\  wt-ek lot Viijjcojiyi-r, to take ������  position as teacher iu one of ihat  city's school^.  Thn yoiiiJ(_; poj.s and ine  yoniiK girls, nwl tho old bojs  and the old girls, are tickled to  death with the . killing. Maple  Lake is crowded every jiijjl.'  with a jo'lv crowd. KvcnUmh  fvcli NO'iu-,; nt skating time  If yoa have uo desiie lo jju to  ihn lake for a skate, you can ^c  " ������ "^iv ou" in town.  -9-  ������-  '���������>  ������  '���������>  >  '->  ���������ir  ������  <  <  ������.  4;  I  I  ������  t  41  Mr. Ray Anderson, Provincial M(inn(?ur of tho British Oohimbia Lifo Aosurnnco  0 . has beon in Cumlxu lutitt  recently and uppoixitou A.  Faulkner District Mnnnprr.  Pit onisia jr.urhomo  cemvany.  I .SPECIAL ATTKNTION paid io J?A VINCSS ACCOUNTS & iniereM |  a ul hi������he������t Currt-'nt Kalee aliuwid on \)i po/ile oi $1 and upwards. |  I CUWBEaL\.vrO, B   O , Banch, Op.jn Daily E  | UNION pAY, B.C.   Bub-Branch, Opon Tuesdays ������& Fridays |  iij  D. M. iVLORRISON, Manntjer.  rOURTENAY,   H.O,    Branch,   Opon Daily.  R, H    -I    RDNVIOKE, Manager,  i  FA  ^||!!l!!l|||||Ul||l!|||||||!|!ni|]IM  P. phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  "tf r������������������---������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������  :V.   BOflO^R:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. 0. BOX 402  PHONE 20,.,.  CUMBERLAND  If YOI GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Big pall in  Gyele Priees  %  HHI SAr,K���������Six-room po*.  tnj_e; Imth nnd U'ood oiithnildiugA  Ajijily A. II.  hacoy,  During Biouk-Uikiji-g wc have found that wc  have quite; ������i number of second-hand shop-  roiled ancl "returned from hire" machines  nnd are holding an end of season clearance  ilt big price reductions.    Loo-k into lit! j.  Thos. Plimley  739 Y  TES STRJEET VICTORIA, 13. C.  *  r,.,���������-^.i*lWW������aW1'A#--.::'i'^'  Jl|     1 ^^^^^^^^^  .(���������^loani'an   t.  MislHn'nK rcil t-  mem******** -  ���������>..      *


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