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The Cumberland News Jan 28, 1914

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 ..1���������-  *.*--" .-$ y,    '.' * -  /������������������  >���������*/  'K  ik  T: t e N e w s,' T w i. n't r rt h Y is a i.  A aournn.: Devoted E^b^laljy, to the ,���������te w oi Comox ^^  ^aMmi������aaRi(inaiiatwa  V'������\i'imMi������nw  -r������TtTr\w������-.ai4KW������ ���������������������.���������_*__. JB������BLW*wcwti..ii=������i������j: ������*������m*a������*������������3an������������������������onja*awr������i:  I ���������^.-ti\at,aiti'U*Htn0mitCK'w^3*.iXi^^jd-*r^*  THE BIG:J  ������������iw������*!i������tMw< ���������������(������������������> ��������������� ������^"������ int.  ^yT4*,-.iv^-v^������-fcMM^^^^ta^.ur^ta������v������>.������rsj'ji-rwgr������  MEN'S  ���������I'rtTHI^  c,  Whether you arc wall dressed oc not is (iourrninul ni ro hy  whoro yoii buy your clothes  ���������linn hy what you pay for them  Nu matter what you pay us ,  for n .nit you may hq Ptiro.tlmt, I  its tlui I ninl, ui be hnd- fur tlio  monoy ; best, in niaio.u),"ivorl_  niamdiip, style, ovory thing.; and  that you'll he well dieted when  you got it ou.  The . moro ��������� a. man  knows about eood clot In s and  correct dre.-iMnjj; tho more [ Iims  od wo   aro   lo  idiow _,hini   our  stoc!r ;���������  ��������� ���������    '���������  * i ( ^  IFo recognizes nl once, tho per  f(-cuoh cf style and ni.teri.-.l  ili every ganiuml'he sees, here. ,  Perfect ��������� Fit  ��������� AND���������  ���������SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  SIMON������������������?LEISEft-& Co  "������������������-.���������'.   .........limited..... ���������"  Diiiieniiiii' Avenue,    IMION K 8S,.CUMUI.R LAND '_  MEETING OF -COUNCIL  ; -'. The CityCbtWcil met iii. regular session, on Monday evening,  there being present Aid.-Hank*,  ^avnliani, Maxwell, Miller,. Mc-  'Donald, Mitchell and the Mayor.  Minute* of last regular 'and  special meetings were read and  adopted.. * ���������   *J  Communication was received  from Vancouver General Hospital*, stating that'a female pari,.  ent was in that institution hailing from Cumberland. If this  i.s correct, it means a .dollar" .a"  day to be paid by the citv to the  hospital authorities. The matter wns left over for enquiry.  Communication was received  re donation toward paying a so  licitor to watch legislation*^'tho-  proseut session of parliament [ in  interests- .of the- municipalities.  The communif'alion was laid oti  the table.  Accounts.���������-I.. C. ��������� Gazette,  $2.50; Cuinberlaiid News, 66.40;  Clearing drain. 2.50.  The Mayor a'nd Alderman McDonald reported re interview  with;Magi,?trate Abrams in tlie  matter'of the retaining of costs  by him in fine cases.". Mr; Ab-  'van ' slated, that while lie - con-,  sidered he had - a right to sucli,  he would in luture waive ins  claim.. He stated to his interviewers, tha'c he though7 he was  .entitled to'"t\vo months pay during his suspension by the'attorney-general. Aid.' Mitchell was  of the opinion that, as it was the  g"\erume'ut that.had fired him,  the government should pay.him.'  Aid. McDonald' thought, that he  should.get,his- pay. "Aid. .Maxwell said 'that   a   proper, claim  CUMBERLAND,. B. ?C. WKt)NESl)AY~J AX. 2sT:014. ���������  Financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  ���������Cumberland, B.C, 1913  HI.CKIITS  Gov't grantto City.... ������5037 Oo  Gov't grant'to Gump...   L0(JS 25  High School.ftTS..'      fJ7(5 00  Special (!oA* grant....   2500 (10  "aid Uy   City   of  Uum- ',  ^erlan.l       3+10 70  Total Receipts Sr.'.'Ml*. <)()  010.00  30 00  (i 00'  It 00  StJHsciai'TiON ������:.co a Yrj-.r:  g TE^PWSfe??ES������33aB_33SJ3S������^  I "^MACFARLANE BROS., LTD^ |  '&���������   jf "THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE." ^1      #  . _l     f C--;- ���������  \\    ��������� '**  EXPEND I TURK  'Teachers,'  salaries - ������79:25 00  Janitor. ... .;   Scavenger...;   Tolcgruiic,. telephone,  A. MnxwolJ,' haulage..  I'otlei*  &   Kirkhride..  ��������� I'ii'ilago.........     '   jo 50  T, 1). McLean, st;ition-  cry   nud   repairs. . ,        J 00  A. II. iVucov, ' sliUiuii.  cry and books      '03 15  t  O. tL^yf  II  r*  P  JfcV  4-   V"JL J  **??*%   a *  Lnnbunoing   our  Isln:  O.u* two recently elected school  trusU'os arc on lho "anxious-feat,  '* "tlio;*!v.l)i_iiig'ii question rai^od-.as to  'their (jualificaii.iiis. The lot of a  'ni.iyoi', ahlnriiian or odiool t *iis-  <oj in (hiiiiberhiiid at the   proson,!  The   Cumberland   Hotel    wjig  t'unnally opened  to the public oil  January,. Ut 1S(J4(  wiiii   Mr! A'.  Lindsny iii charge  ot the  rcsiau"  rant dfjinrdm-nt,  time is not  a 1 nippy one.    Some ..   John.J..   Howard,' president of  ii-Wu'lo   l"'*^,   iu.d   kick   tike  l!ltJ.Western Fuel  Company, died  ���������.   1 . ..v,i.s....i..   ..-,    Sal,    is: :...  ���������tlum-li'i* before they  do die.    Cut  ������������������ this election "protesting   out   am  g'ivo ini a rest. ,   ���������   ..  M.r ���������-. .I'ii in cs Ilaliidiiv; of Van  couvei', bus purchased part of l.������,  V, KnuliAs property on Lhui^iiiiii*  A^onue, and will dpen up a hak-  ory on the premise.-. Air. Kiudo  will liMvu I'or Cuiii'teiiny this week  tn reside, ' nl**o lo do buM'iicss.  AVeai'o sorry lo .seu "Ud." leave  Ciimlierlitiid.   ������������������  Old ������������������Ih.b". is .worth hall' a  smoro of dead men yii, Tlmy  will ham lo lube him out ncjudg.  nii'iil I) iy mid shoot hini if lliev  want him to he rood mi I dead.  sndueiily   at  Thun*iljiv l������ht.  l'l'iiiicitfco   on  Jack iloliiiniui hns hml Iris $'do}-  00'J check lii'.iulcd him six  months in advance of his light  with Frank Mi-i'iiu.  "\V. T. While, lmumger of rhe  Canadian Bank, of Commerce  here, returned from the east on  Friday last.  _���������-���������<j. ,  The Cnmbei'laiid Glcemen will,  give a grand couceri in the Cumberland Hall -on, the   evening  of  February 1 Ot It.    That it will he a  success, goes without saying,  The greatest blast in Piiuce  Rupert's history was hired on  .January &Ji\l. Ninnly tons of  explosives weio u.-:ed in dN.dg.  iug llm hill o\ui|ookiiig lho rail-  wry j ard. li co.-*i, S.-Jb.UOO, and  was succosfiil in every way.  The nijutery of the disiipprai-.  iinccM. Mr. )���������; W. CiirroM, of  Conrlen iy, has heen cleared np,  hhi ri'iuaiiif. hemg found tteai  that place mi Fiiday 1 i;it, l������ari  ^. a  j. (]|(( n,,!',,,-!,,,,.^ I11!l|jiK |1(!)l(| w;ls  A deputation  from   the   City j -l������ifwii away l.y n  gun shot,    liis  Council    composed    of     Mayor ' '  Campbell, Alderman Hanks and  City Clerk McKinnon, left fnr  Vic,oi i.i on Tuesday, ��������� to inter.  vie���������\v the fjovci'iiment in the mat  -Jib o ti 1 d���������be���������Sc u i ���������hi be fore ^UYe"  Council discuss it. Aid. Pari;-  ham did-not see where Mr."-Abrams had a claim coming,  " .'.-'  -The" Mayor reported Uiat .an  interview had not been had  as, yet with manager of bank re  overdraft., / '   -, /  Scliool estimates' to-tho amount  of $10,7:37.00 for liil-t, were tak  on np and passed . as presented hy  School Trustees,  Mr. VV.. Ueveridgo "asked why  medical heah.li ofbeer's report had  uot beon submitted. Clerk was  instructed to request that official  t'> Si nd iu his report.  ������������������ Dr. Hicks ,was re-appoiuted  m dical health oilicor at the usual  salary,  Aid. McDonald    suggested tlmt  the  police   be.   instructed   lo see  tliat  all snow covered roofs that  are a menace to pedestrians heat  tended to at. onco,.  Tt. wiu suggested by a couple of  citi/.ciifi   among   u    considerable  imiiuIti-   present,    that   Seats   be  providid for spcctalo;.,  . C'limcil  li'1 i  limed,  J-l- 00  1 \) 00'  10 00  2 '.70  00 00  ���������ndi-r, pnutiiiir,..;.,  NTews " '  C. 11. Tarbell,  stijiplies ���������'  ��������� and labor   DivG.K.MacNaiiylitou  " medical nispectimi  Tlioiiison Stationery CV  '    books   Free Text llook  Olliee  hooks. .*   J". J. Douggan,   Trus-  ���������tces,   Association'.  Daily   rrovineo.   advV'"  Sec'y's sahuy  J 2  mos  .NflAvt^-.x" ?r^\-.-l.l--, l-h- ���������  -*.,.,.Wu,-j   v-vr-rvcJiH^-yni^   sarance, new school        143 00  Fostagii   and '  stationery, 12 mos......        10 00  Win. Potter, labor.....        33 50  W  Kilpatriek,   coal..     ,    ���������  banling...'.. ..'..'       oo r,Q  C.'CA(D')IJiuiited, .coal"  ' 127 50  S. -Luiscr & Co.,   chalk'        1 00  Shibnta,-clock.,.,   IIayinanA:McRiu\iov.i,s  T. K, Wate'; huso, glass  sundries   C, Dmynes,  lo.iks....  I'. V/.'  Niiiins,   waier  nnum  Dldminteit,  Sale  '^^>etr-it,fx.{  0 50  12 25  l)9 'Ml  Imil      OO  t   is   our fixed   policy not'to' carry"!'6  not    to    cany   goods over    from      |.  season to^ sensch.' All winter goods      f,  are marked-at: prices that will uh      I'    '���������  ��������� -doubtedly-result in a clean sweep   ' f.-:,:  Sale opens'Friday aiid continues until fc    ���������"  the- end of the month.    Goods  bought % ���������' *  .***>     ��������� M  ~~77yV7-.-,t- AlAT     " ' fi'    "  afThTs sale" not"i;eturnab!e.  ^s  JL  ;ave :\ti  12 m  cs,  supposed lu he n ease   of suicide,  OM  nie ininijuirado   hall   held   in  Union Hull on last   Friday nirdit,  i . '       n     i  wa.ss it lug siUMii.s, liiindreiis be-  ter of leniHlatioii'to relieve ihost* I intr in titicinhuu'e. Them wh'-i a  of responsibility who signed the I finer display of e"stuiiii-s than at  note for the cement r-.dew::Ik ''my previous inasijiier.-.dc held uu.  loan from the  Royal   ilauk, nb-nj-li.T lhe tiiiapices of' the V, M. W,  < 1,., ... , ii^. .. . i*    i ... r.    . .   '   i i ,.f   ^  kt.   '..  '"������- *V<    tm.       ������.������*������������������'    V>     ..,.   ,.������v.|.D)  nssistanee for out-' cehojls.    Tlioy  will also touch  the , uoveriiiin'tit  "  Uj) f;r 5*2,000, to pay ofl' the lony  Not: I  ot. having a list 0I" ]ur/h. win-  :ers, wo n'd"Uii.iblo to piiblirli it.  standing overdi'aft at   the above!   '''-'"ph' should he carehii ol wh:  men ioned  bank.     There's  no   'rt''''"ii}i������ they emrv iin-umi   v.jii,  tliiiif'like asking Tor pK-n������\ while  tiiey arc about" >t, n '  Ihem.   eHMcci'i  r  I'-M      fit -y  dropjiod mid    pie:;id  up   ,:���������)  ti.i  "licet,     It  Wn.- vj;.,.   .c,    Stirnn1 f.AJcI;.'.:t:on  nt I'ioyHton  11 i*- a well known fact lhat nil  Ihn aSYolchmoii I hi;, world avc",  look forward to lho aiiiii vnr,<ary oi  Unhurt Hums, bat iu all the iij,-.  Liry lhat I have read, 1 have uv\���������\  i'i' h'ari'ed uy .,,, fi,,];.,,, ei lebral  iug it; now this is a IWi. nn I was  one of ihe lucky ones wlm had the   V  . ' i  honor of bring   pre.oilt   nl    Mr.   !'���������  Kr.iiik Mtnaco's on tlir.t ccea ion j !  ������t Hoystou,-imil I must ,Siy that j ri  of all the spreads (U'er givo:i in |',  ni'.iwi oi ino, c.eiiiiiriiiiiji.ii, ii un! | jtj  iU'i. iitno sci'.uiul p?-,ice, Uwing tout  [ho weather, we were a little lute jj  in arriiinif, but, never thn less wo : si  were not too late to parlako uf the! $  i  lloysion   Mill,  liuui,,,,.  High school pupils, >dx  day's   leachiiii)',..."  School keys   Wash ilio- towels  .,. ..  Special ^rant cxpundir-  ture, Clark&Smwart  Co, Iitd. fiiriiitui'H..  A. McKiiiium, I'lirii'tru  .S.'ptic tank   Repairs  to  old   >\'hool.  Maps   i/ibor putting   in   lew  tlfr.l-.rt   31:   00  5 oo  %  fi'"  "Macfarlane Sros., Limited-H  '|":  *'\*i* mm.hM*a Afcui'mmfciinTfTiriiw^But i^^ 'uTiwnr*Tiii���������"i  .liespue.tl'nlly   snhniitted.  "���������       nir���������imiiiwii  lino o*i  JiOO (���������)0  U7o 00  ������1)0 '00  ���������lo 00  loo oo  Total e.Npemlii. |{)i;{-   [i\:h\'A^ %  High scliool fees dim fA t't)  Dmi'l fni'ovi ih,. Api-oii and  liibhou Dune.' in tlm I'diou Hull  ������'.! thu eveniiifi' nf .lami'iry '..' J.h  THOMAS II. CA1?KY,'  ���������Si'cn.'iiu'y,  Hoard of School Truslem, Cum.  berland, I!. C,-Imi. !3, 101 I  I hiu'ehy certify thar I lnve examined lhe ho.iks and accmints of  Ihe Cnmhei'luud public, and libdi  S','hon]s and Iind them correct a-  sol Fori 11 above.  Y STJCWAKT,  Am'itor,  o  I'IKAXCj.U,     STAIIvM kn t  Cuinberlaiid Mi;;lit,School   l'.)i;{"  ���������   KKCHII'TS  (iio'uniiii.-iil (Jrant   ,n:}I.() 00  Siiliscripiimi     IoV.'jO  S"> 17,o()  HaIM.NI.ITUIIK      ,  'IV.-iclier'sahuy O-m niths 5150.0.1  ���������Janitor h .i.r, fn*.  I'i^llL ������������������ " lT.od  Cash on hand Dec. Ill, V,)Ul  fi.OD  Total e.xpondjim-o. l!)DJ    .fo 17,50  Ji"spccl|a'h]]y submitted  'i'HO.MAS. HCARKV,  oecrctaiy,  I liui-niiy cerlif^ llial 1 have ex .  ���������unii-.e.! th- ho,.];-: and ;.u'. ;.,���������������  ih" Cumboi'huhl uVI,. hehool  '"��������� 'bid iliiuu correi'l a:; set. forth  a'.Mive,  .J  STI-.WaUT,  Auditor,  ll^ar.l of S..]|..il 'pri'i 'iiee', Cum  i'Mbiud, IS, C.,  .I���������ii.  j. 1 il J 1.  f",  CAMPBELLS  film nt.. .i  tlio liuppitiilhy wo  received   r.-otu'  oui' friends.  ' \\\,   u||   whdi   him'l  I  and   h  partner o>,ud ha-  ami  lon^ may thoy   live    to   c.-lehfit  '��������� i  Um.  an ii r  ���������arv,  me  I I  will  all    I  lit M ������'        ii '  )'*    able (o   meet an  '"'. '*������ vl'r  C2J ^-.\t] \-i pf   C,' Vi ���������" ���������"- -fr\ r.*"- *��������� r*������  mm*l.,t,J.   m.j ISmtj^*-   --.J.^        i^Jt.ll^Jj.Li.\^i.iijO  in Laces and Embroideries,  also   the  newest,  models in cc a la Grace  Corsots  wit  o l.noii ii.i.iiii.  ���������T  mi"   lhe   II  v*rr::i'  A  Ifi! L������a������^ I.������h _<Mk������H\a7  ���������������''. jmIh   ���������* * :"r- ������     '.   i  i_ . .'  -a-x&^&csizxn^.*?^ --..1.--VSWP,-.,	
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TJTE 3TEWS, 0TJ3n?EHrAND, b. a
house opposite.
By R R. Punshon
|    Ob, look", ho panic. v,'ih r
! sweat of foar upon liis brow, for ho
i tlious.111 ihai .'liorolil luul como io tako
i voiifjfanee on liim  'r: ilie murdor of
' .loan*,  1-jok. ijioaV thai Thorold     He
'-, saw mo do it. anil now lie's hero.
!     A!i.   lhai's   Iind,   muifoi'o;!   Durand,
j iiiriiii."*. inilo liiiiisoli', ami thou he no-
; ileod liow souk' lour or five men v, oro
, slowly closi'ii; in upon thom; mon of
| nn upright, drilled iippearmmo, and all
avail)!;- aft. it sce'inod mulei' nomo com-
W*r��i, Lock & Co., Limits      il    mm <iiroono*i.     Oh-,  slops,    lio   ox
Ltndo-3, Melbourne 6 Toronto )]]   t-l!lini��l1'. vce'vo. heon   blown   on
J/J j mmtorod,  his swift    t-ilanou    danim.
���ss^ \ liiiho. and tli'ilier for soim* avenue of
(Coat' ne a) * "j escape.
Ah,  .-.lomlav,  Uomltiv,  mi.sod Tiior-!    llm tho. pr.lioo smslicr'iin-.; ihoy wore
'Id. do  --ou  know   I  iinvi! an  ldo;i 11 vlitseovocvil. closul in.   more   .piK-My,
���ami ai that ho drov a rovokor from
ins li.K'.o-f
ami level
d ii so thai in-
hoy paused,
in ;i liioiiioni Monday l-.ad the door
<">peii. ami tlinush I lie polioo, |_a!lantly
tho   throat
now   i  imvo  an
������:'.!-.iu:il like 10 m.!>i Mr. Monday:
i.ot'l. L'.;i\.a liim a sharp "look and in.
w'i.Hiy cu'-H' .1 the- lh--i, that had
''iroii";}.: Tlioi-.d.l l.-c".'ji.si in-tho very
i.ri.i. and cliiiKo, of |h"ir plans.   " Do,
I'v-li i; no ���: ssio-v u> koop him undor; ,,]i0Uftl> "��'��� ilisroganlin*.
i.l.soi-.aiioii for'Hi oro vr,'-. no loUlii" f,r l!l0' h^'o.llod ro.volvor, nisliod in on
whar hv niiuii not do if lcfi to him-.-lf'���,,1,:m' ih'oy woro ihrouRh tho door ami
���iini y.-i ijiore was mm-ii olso niat Au>d h. liimp,ed ami lookod behind them
tmodod iiitonslon wiih.uii' ihis a'ldit-i lu''roiv *-1,*!il' l-'n'suc-r.-: oould roaoh ir.
ional:,rospniisil.itiiv of watohinu- Thor-1 (d"b'l<, qaiclc, break It in, crlo.1 Look,
old. )k Mined thai ii would bo liot-;!lllrt w>(!l 'i���v>' 1,loV''s !in'* "!1';(ms
ior if :ui*. Thorold would vory kimllv; Kiroltos an aliai.-k upon tlio iloor-bo-
voiisom  io m> io Soot land  Yard and  San, whilo within iho passage Durand
i what to do. ' This fellow, for instance,
siniiii-u j he nodded towards Monday, still un-
' conscious,' stopped lho other ono using
his revolver on us.     And a, revolver
is a. nasty iliin.o; in a narrow passage I
like this.     Bin Green'U.luiow lio lias'
no oiianoo. atr-a!i anil t shouldn't won-{
dor if he doesn't turn nastj*.
-   I'll so lirst, if you li!;o,Ai|id Thor-j
old, and without waiting for an mniwurj
lm jnisiied hy ilic-m and ran tip slnirs.,'
Thoy  followed  liini,  not. unwilling, i
tliouftti tlioy were bntve men ouoni.li, |
4iliai, another should Ilrst face fhoen,
ho ('whom thoy oxpoi'tftd in resist rii]ituro
lo tho hist,
Ai lho. top of ilio stairs Thorold
Hum. opon the lirst door lie sutf but
ilio- room was empty. Then liolunied
to iho ihwi. Inn. at Liln tonio impulse
ho never nndor.st.ood bade hiia-laiook
Rubbers and
Over-Stockings I& Oue.
Ear to pat on nil trte btt. Vi; Tell
��� ��� Loofcttc!!���AYau-wei).  All ��::tifor '
EKjttem lui jircttct jctru'.f it.tl
S^fiaUjftMBWhnrilli.a 7
Citud'in CotiuMahd EuUtiOs.
Limited. MantraH
At ihe a.ovies
Good jolio on' my mother-in-law,*  I
haven't stopped lauglnny yot! remarked tho man at Uio club clia'ttius over
tho oards.
What was ii? Spring it so that' wo
caiUaughtoo, said his. iViono, arrang-
ln_; his tr. mps.
M'ell, you '-.now, my wife's raotlicr
lives out in <ho country, and never
visits.'the-city. , Also slia is getting
somewhat deaf. Wo took her,to a
moving -picturo theatre tho other
night, and whon wo camo out she was
very silent
ami Monday looked at each othev, and
iasu-d iho bitterness of death.
The name's up, we'je boon blown
upon, said Puiiiud with n, wild oath,
J always knew ilia. Thorold would be
'.oil thom there ���..���voryihin:. lio J;ncw
1. Uiuiw noiliini:", Thorold answered,
loalisiii!,' {'oat  Lock simply wished to
vol? him om of the way, as I think you
mail rsJaml wry well.     Uut 1 am'go-,
111.*,- io waii horo to see this business'''K1 ruin of ns.
through, ami to lake oaro iliat Aim7 The back way, panted Monday, rusli-
JJopo is not subjected io linv unnov-iins off., bin. Durand-cursed lnm lor a
Muc-o. '. ! fool,  and  in  a.  moment.  Monday   re-
AVill you promise not to move from I twrnort* cryiiiff wildly that there woro
iiore till I j-jvi' the word? askod Lock othor police bclmul. , . '
nharjdv. or oho ) shall have to arrest. This is all you, he.shrieked in de-
von, sir. And as for .Vis.. Hose, she spair; if you had lcli the girl alone
must take her t-hauce. J.-.ulies wlioliliis would never have happened. IU
:.-omo to places like'.'.his house.must
-\\pe__ to imt. np wiih somo annoyance.
1 do not intend to interfere with yon
:r that is what yon mean.o Thorold
���inswcrecl. bul. r.do moan to see Miss
Uoso is not inl.:i*fe)'ed with lierself.
-And as-to that, said Look slowlly.
ihat dopouds on what her motive is for
i'oming hero.
Thorold made no answer ��� ami   ihoj
never luekv to meddle with a girl HKo
that:'it's all.your doing for meddling
with hor.
li's all yotiv doing, reloried Durand
with a-iiuioter but more deadly rage,
all vour doing for lotting Thorold escape vou. lie saw--what you (I'd, and
vou lot. him got off to ruin us like this
'���vou black nigger of a coward, you.
Don't call mc that, snarled Monday.
iwomeu sat in silence. It was a long! Don't call me a nigger���nigger youv-
��� md monotonous lime of waiting, .iftiself, he said, raising his voice to
, Lock was trainc?    io   patience,   and! make it heard above the sound of
Tborold had ac.uircd a nov.* habit of
fitting very still and thinking of the
')ast.     For to bim the prcssiit, now
Uiat he had lo;t Joan, had uo interest.
jiiid tlio future no hopo. ,So t'nry sac
'An silence together, watching the liouse
���.ppo,'Ao within which was oven then
jeing fought, out tho dreadful conllict
between a '."Oman's lovo and a man's
' "past, sins.
Then at last when it was drawing on
inwards evening, tho door of tho, house
opened, and there oamo ont Mrs.
���Ur--Ool:Gs-i-s.ud li��i^_lui��liu]uL___i_____i_u_i.
blows 'that, were being rained down
upon the door from outside.'
Whv not, vou blade nigger, Durand
reneated; eh, black man? lie lifted
tho pstol ho still hold in his hand.
But we'll make a merry ond of'it. he
said, so cheer up, you nigger, you. '
Don't vou .call me a .nigger, screamed Monday, so furious with rage that
for the moment he forgot even Hie
danger in which they both sood.
Rlaek nigger: sneered Dm and. with
a kind of malicious delight at tho fury
to which he was provoking his com-
paiuon. and at that ^roinlaj���'reaped-
at him and seized him by the throat.
Thoy swayed and struggled furiously in  the narrow passage while the
callod Sneezer.
, The unskilful painter up the street",
laid down his' brash, the nvo nion
lounging near straightened ihomsolvos  ..-..-
:ind then in ,-. moment Lock was om blows from without thumlor.d down
ai the street and walking briskly upon the already trembling door. It
away, whistling as he did .... a nmoj broko and fell villi a crash into tho
;hat was a signal that these iwo wut*f>
if j be followed ami only arrested when
it a safe distance,
The painter picked up liis brush and
ivpiiI on .with his work, and one lazy
lounger subsided into his. previous in-
:Iifftronoo, whilo the gfiioral air-of a
man looking for work and praying his
hardest, he may not find it,
ln a Utile while ho was back with
Lho news that the couple wore safely
undor lock and key; and as lie was
making his report to Lock, Thorold
said to tliem over his ahouldor:
Hero arc Mi;, Durand and Monday���
thoy are walking down iho stroel io-
Lock gnvo one look and then rushed
from the room, uiui- in a moment iho
signal went np aud down lho street
lhat these wore tho two I'm' whom
'.hoy hail boon walling. Unsuspiciously enough Diirami ami Monday i spin
���.ami! on; glancing round them, indeed )..on.
i'.'itli ihe listless oyes of .onr and
Mirout ilidt only such outlaws as
ib.omsolv. s possess, but seeing noihlng unusual ill! thoy wore on llm
t'ory lhroshold of lho house, ��� Tiwn
Monday, glancing round n^nlu, suddenly mot full tho sombre and limi.y
M'/i) of Thorold, hiaiiillng watching
Mm from tho door of th*- illnuy public
lobby, aud hock leaped across ��� its
ruins to see Durand and Monday
struggling together furiously on tho
iloor on which (hoy had fallen in iho
l'nrv of their light.    .
Well. I'm blessed, oxolaiiiiqil Lock,
what':-, up now'.' and oven as he spoke"
lhe pistol exploded with its muzzle
pressed hard against Durand's sido.
With a choking e;.; his grasp relaxed ami bo foil back, huddled against
ihe wall. Monday roso to his fool,
trembling violently hut frying to
school his font tires into an ingratiating smile that was as hideous ��n it
was repulsive.
l'.'irdou mo. ho said, plwiso excuse
mo. goiiflo.mon, but lhat rascal thoro,
ho would liavo shot you all if I had not
prevented lilm���yes.*lie would have
shot you all, only 1 took lho pistol
from'liim, iuul then ho was so full of
the low vlllian, that ho shot Mm
Eczema for Threo Years. Broko Out
"on Head iiv Scales.   Itched and
Burned  Badly,   Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Cured,
Lynns llr-Hi, N. fl, --"I s'lifftrol wllh
���������vi'iiiil f')i* llirm yai-x,   li. --'iiii'if.l mi my
il.llljfl 11 I'nt, ill Km*. S lift Mi ��� II 111/ lill|;< IS illlll
y'T^Jiftgj all o\ it I lin prihti*' (ii'my liiiml
/. iJ/-*"~V>, and Unui'r.i ium bin crii.'Us.
^ 'J'licit 11. two!..' on', mi niy liou.l
In hrul.-s, ll, lii'hi'l ami
burned iio liidllj I fii'iM nui
I lor-p. It wiii :.D JiHiIiih Hi|i]
biniiliii' H-.it- I .i",'iC('IiimI ai.il
niii.ii" Nii-i's iuul i.i.v liiilr .'iiiiin
(.1,1    iM'.IMI.Y    ll.    1.       1    alia!    Hot
iiiiiw �� hul It wnn.
"I itr." t".-i. i fi. im' a an-   mu.' ji n.i ii iii'i
I. .: ri j ., , ;       '      \  '' i '. .-��� '���' i-'r rn;1
ii in.i��Hi lii't a ������ ��� n.-.0 :m I i tiii't.'il ili.Inn my
liDiWMioi'l. ji.'.'iIh my luii.ih jiM Jii--f. i." Iu.<l
IISOMI'.     I  li .I'll iMO I' "HI. ���   of-  ��� .llld
i', <tld not .lo any |-i..nl, dini .I.i}' f r ad
r.lkiiil. I.'iuli'iifa So;i|i i.ml fUiiiin. ni ,ind
im HH. V.l nil  ii ��� ���..    *      ������   ���      .. ,''
and f um-iI tn. ni ifn I i-itw if. hi��)|i[ii'ii Hut
Ilrllldltaiid I..IM.nur. u ( I'd! l'.i|i'i��-,.l ��� - nf
('(idciii'it h'n,'i|i .'iml a I'i'.T nr i''ni">n-A oinl-
inrnt. ��tinl Piil. i-nrf'l nu-, ' .->'| ;a' I) Mrs,
J', ,i, Mi'Ki'anii'.v, Mav :7, I'.M'i.
N,itunt> iimf 'nll.'ilt.i vmij.iiw "liitalmlt
M<H|. I'lllllllllli) I'll UK) If" -'llU'i.l nl* ��� f.-.'JiliU
/Hill OlIliT lU'irr llu' I -)|.i|i:ii" of M,u| ;onl
I :-li||), It'). IIO Olln'l' I'lmillli'l.t- .1.1 -it) liilli'll
|.<" |.iiii|.|. >.,  lil... (;;��:_ I , ;.  .'. |,i ...Ii ,!.!., ,
|t��*lt|ntf, ��ii*:iiy mvI|'*i, ��i.iii/i'nf.(ir.i.ililnii'ifl
I, Mini! Ii.ilr. I'liupt*".! I'.ti.l ��� iind , !i-,|>i |i>. ���
li'ill.', Iiurtlii 11. o-.�� i.i,'i;li i    1^,    >��� t.i  l>,
.!rit;*.'l '" f.'t'l .1.1'l.'rs ��������... n'ri'"-. i'n- a
nu r.d If"! ii-n'v-ipi. of < a'"h, i-.'Pii :',.������!.. it,.,,:,
(���'(ul |��> ' <'..!.! t> I'i-ar l)r',; t. 1 lajy,
fury.. f��i��i*t. ft, Hn.'it,, t: *���. A.
Cla]i tho itavhi.'rt on htm. said Lock
hvii'iiy, and then boni down to o.\am-
ino iho (lyiiu; Dnraml, This mio is
dono for. anyhow.
That's so, agreed Hiiraml foobly, I'll
ohoat you lot, yot.
They did what thoy could for lilm
with rough ami linsly surgery, bin It
was o,\ltk'iH that he was doomed. Ilo
made a faint sign ihai ho wlAwft to
spi'iik to .Monday,
What is If,' Lock ii-iKoil.
He has murdered mo, Jitiraml panted
out; now, lm murdered my girl also-
i my Joan,    ,'lnsl soo lm bangs I'm iliat,
j will   you'.'      Ovor   mo  olins  if  win,.
Tlirrc, you lihick nlggor,    ho    orloil
with    a 'imbloii    laid    cfforl    of   bin
sii'ouglii,     l'vo oookod    your    nonne.
you nlggor: ami an ho   spoke   iheso
words oi linli' and miill.'n on his lips,
hi-, huiid fi'll bad; and I Hen Ilo dioil,
(iiiiitli'iiii'ii, ''Xolaliiiod ^lniiilay, yon
won't lielti"..' liim-(hat was nil Ik-s���
1 iii'v.'i'--m-\ ov,
I woiid.-r wliai h" nioiiiit? said Look,
i l.ioking down at, (lie iload body. S*u)i-
i ]in?o lio was Jnsi. l,\li)g in ninki' ihings
I hoi lor his Piil". iuul him dying, too
I As lough a tiling \o tin as omt 1 ln-ard
I of.
| li was i' ll.*, '.'lr. ynu know ll waf
1 a Ho'.' oM'hilmoil Monday eagerly,
! o'u y. s. l.nrl; a;-'.ro"d, 1 know il war
,'a lie, for I saw ^iiss .Joau Duniml. iih
I pli.ii, a-' lvissllilo, walkln!-; down this
j;.-ti'i-.-l .miy a HMIi1. dine ii,';fl
tltiirtly 11,. did so. and whoa mi answer camo ho knocked again, wlillo Uie
liolioo, i'lusiorod lo.g.d'.iei* a' tlin lieail
of tho >miin. watcaliod him douliltully.
Ai iho scoiiiul knock Tha-nobl fiiiicied
iliat ho bard a slight noise Mjlhin.
and llii.'i a! ilio i.'-iid hiiuim.in.s oamo
tb..- sjimd of a slow slop/   Tlui dnor
om-m-d and  Dora lio.se amc'uvd
stood ihoro. looking af hlni.
(To bo Continued)
Stone Blind
Proudly he walked up fo his betrothed and drew fvom hia pocket a
small morocco ease. Opening it,-lio
took out a ring���;i, single diamond���
and placed it; on liu* tapering linger.
She looked ut.it.     -   ���
It's very small; sho said, ami not
very brilliant; mthoi*.
Poor follow! liis Kiuilo vanished;
hut quickly ��� vocovoring himsolf, bo
i laughed and said:
Alt,  sweetheart,  but, Live is blind!
Raising hor limpid oyes to his, she
said:       . ���
Vos, dear: hut? not stono blind. '
Consumption Takes
Hundreds of People
Every day and the surprising^
truth is that most-cases are pre-
veritable \vith iimely, intelligent
treatment,' .    ������
,.   These appalling* f acts'should warn
us that after sickness, colds, over-
When we yot home wo work or any other drains upon
asked-lier bow she liked tlio show.)   .        _.���<�����*.��'  v     > ���        i     ,,
Wall, she said. 1 reckon them actors  strength, Scott's Iimulsiou should ���
did their, parts right enough, but 3  be promptly and regularly used bc-
must bo   Kotiinc:   awfully deal'.''   1 .  ��        t .i   .���
couldn't =ho",r a woJl thoy said. | cause tll^rPlllar g�����>s Uirl��e only
'. in a weakened system.
Drig'gs���You must have, a lot of trouble keeping your wife dressed up in
the height of stylo.
Griggs���Yos. but it's nothing ;.o the
trouble I'd have if 1 didn't.
a   Trembling Cities
The heavy traffic noar St.- Paul's
London, 1ms shaken and eraclicil the
column:-, of (ho cathedral --o s.rlously
ihat the Government is coiisiilorlii'.
how the ubratiou can bo- lessoned,   a
.Ml hir^o oilies, .however, are in a
constate state of vibration." In places
like London, Manchester, anil liirnv
ingham- there is not a. sipiare Inch of
soil .th.it, .'s perfectly slill. tu'some
I a I-J.0 towns it-has been found tiocess-
ary ro insist on iron drainaso i.ipos
boing used instead of eni'tlieinvare
ones. Though embedded in 'pomiretc,
(he itw-raso eartlic-r-ware (lraln.'i?;e
pipe hi��ts,onlv .t few weeks uiioraeIced.
Some months ago Professor Ingle-; of littlo ones. The mother may feel
ton experimented in different parts of absolutely safe in giving them to her
London with a seismometer���lhe in-1 children for they are guaranteed by a
strumeut use', for ineaHurini. eauhj Kovornmeut''analyst to be strictly free
quakes. He found tlmt tboapir the from nil injurious drugs. The Tab-
trembling of tlie earth was naturally I lots are sold by medicine dealers or by
less in the suburbs than, in the'City, j mail at 25 cents, a box from The Dr.
J'liey wore speaking of mixed conditions along various dines 'tin. other
HifilU when ;i well-known baseball
magnate was reminded of an incident
In a Gotham cafe. ,
a01".0,*-'1!10 since, aeconllns to the
The tested and proven value of
'Scoll's'KniulMon i.s recognised by
the greatest specialists because its
medical nourishment�� assimilates
Rvory told.by the magnate, a prosper-  ouickly to build  healthy   tissue;
ous looking plirly VRmh]{Hi  iniv0 lhe   A
taie ui fiuostlou and ordered a substantial dinner.
Baby's Own-Tablets aro tho very
best.medicine a mother can give her
little ones. Thoy. sweeten 'tlie stomach, rdguhclo the bowels, break up
colds, promote healthful sleep ��� in
fact thoy '--..o a euro for all minor ills
Co..    Brockyilio,
and between 1 a.m. and G a.m. .than'Williams'  Medicine
at other parts of ihe day,'the ooiiataiit[ Ont.
vibration was such as to maltcn ?ois-i	
mometor   in   London   useless for   its! '      Titlier aWy Would Do
real purposo of registering faiHlisniut
earthquake shocks. u .
Of reoont years thore has been Sot^
talk of tindmg a fresh site for Greenwich Observatory.-owing to the vibrations set up by the London tnflic.
lt would be nice if everything one
touched turned to gold, wouldn't, it?
asked the dreamer.
Yos: or "if everyone one touched
, turned over gold, susses ted the dead-
:beat. ''.���'���    -
.,    Exchange no Robbery a Tip for Him
Y.Mina Rohiusou    had'/been   lcopt|    The Preacher���Do. you know wliere
somewhat lato at the office on Satur ��� iiulc ])0ys soyv\m ij_,j, on Rnndny?    -
.dsi-\AaadAi.o.-vdtlioat_\vastiiig vi' Tibie
time getting a meal, bo boualil semio
urouml hero.,go  down
crick below ilie bridg
ir:   nil     ns   kids
Do' you believe    thar.   money ��� has
...   .....    ,.._        ...     Smvlie's
currant buns at a bakery and set out
for The football match imniediiileiv
On his way back frd'm tlio nutcii
tliei'ofore. he returned to tlio baUevv; ^.rms on il"
and mado aa indignant conip'nlnt, A* j ' .j( may ijav0i
mandiny another bun in placo of ibo,    wh��t"in* the world shall bo do?
inhabited'one. I    Don't worry; it would lake a mighty
\Mlcn the layout finally arrived 'the
(iinoi pavo jt, a cl.jtjClli oxamiimtiou.
and ihcu imperatively called tho wait-
Look- liero, waiter! ho exclaimed in
a layge-sized voice, do you romombor
what I ordered just uow?
, Yes. sir. answered tho waiter, glancing irom tlm man lo the hash lavout.
yon ordered spring chicken and" '7-1
port, sir. ���       ' :
Kxactly. responded lho diner, in a
cold, cruel voico. and you havo brought
me spring port and '7-1 chicken.
Au amusiug scene was witnessed in
a Cincinnati machine shop recently oa
the occasion of the retirement after a
service of-thirty yoars. or a valued
and faithful employee. In consideration of.his long and faithful service,
ihe company had arranged lo givo
him a monetary recognition, and it
foil to tlie .lot of the superintendent, a
German, to mako tlio presentation
speech.. This is how he did it:
Gustavo, you have vorked for dis
eomnany over thirty years, yes?
A bow from tho expectant, recipient
of iho purse.    .-
Und you are, going to quit, yes?
Another and lower bow.
Veil. Gtistav, der company is so glad
of it dot I bad boon asked lo hand vou
dose hundred dollars.
aids iu the development of active,
life-sustaining' blood corpuscles;
strengthens the lungs and builds
physical force without reaction.
Scott's Iimulsiou is used in tuberculosis '��� camps because of its rare
body-building, blood-making properties aud because it contains uo
sdcohol  or  habit-forining  drug,
Bc sure to insist oii Scott's.
. -:.-.      ���
Sc��tt tk Bow up, Toronto, Oatario.
���Minard's Liniment   Curse   Garcjet
.,-""'        -   Cows   ���
I'm sorry, sir, said ihe saleswoman.!
with a bowiiching smile, but that. I
am afraid, .is impossible. How or if
you cave to rolnva iho fly. wo. siial1 Vo
only too glad lo exchange ll'f':r a
The Wuy Lots do it
famous clergyman tolls o;'
pivacliers'-conference in wiiMi a-veteran dohcriliid hits mtiliod of surmon
1 take my t'oxi. lm said, nml divide
my sermon into three pails, in the
lirst. part. I loll ������mi whaf I'm jViing to
toll 'em. In the Si.-cond |>un--v,!bll,
1 toll 'om. ��� In Ibo third jmrl I de'.l
"em with I've lold 'om.
Ticket rollcfi.ir iafter
heal ml argti-
inouti���Woll, you'll ha.e to pay for
him; 1 ji��� Isn't uudof' throo,
,\loilier���No,  bin   If  ho luidn'T  got
a. ni'w sull on ln-'.l bo imdr-r the seal.
Not so Cl.isoy
First  old  Krfnnl���Hollo,
how aro you'.'
Hc'coml 0.1'',���J-'irst, class;
J'\0,l''.���SLre'\igo, ..
nlil chap,
lm w a rn
Thofo whom
many men lovo, dyo
wire won
Hiojbfiiicl Finally Convinced
eroiih enough to giu*
of ilir-lr oNiioi'loaco,
active norm to hop from the money
to you during the short timo that you
krep what jou get.
One Advantage
....'There's  one consolation  abon
present drama.
And what's timt?
"When 1 g?i. old ami jim a grandmother 1 don't, bellovi my grand-
childron 'will be able to ,1ako mo to
a play thai will shock mo.
- Uncle .losh Windless aud wife from
Posey conutv. Indiana', took\a trip to
Chicago. They were walking up
Slate street, holding" hands. After
crowd for about six "blocks. Josiali
said, Samanfhy llickius. quit your
pulliriK- back, and come on. She said:
1 will not. go another step till tho
crowd gets by. After waiting for
about two hours, .losiuli suid it was
the longest procession he ever saw.
For Asthma and Catarrh.���Tt is ono
of the, chii-i' rocommendaiions of Or,
Thomau* Koloofrii Oil that it can ho
used internally wlili ao much niiec-osi?
as ii can outwardly, Sufferers from
asthma and catarrh will liim that ibo
Oil when used according to directions
will gi\o iinm.-illato voliof. Many
sufferers from theso allinonls have
found red lef in the Oil and have soul,
Well,'* wull, (mid Or, lligl.-ill, as lie
mot ;i former patient on i'.io street, I'm
glad to see yon agaiii, .Mr. Hrown,
llow nro yon this morning'?
Ji'list diii'lor. said Mv. Hrown cautiously, fttio'i it. cost mything to toll
In  Paris, when n strooi car Is full
Woll. my son, said a.good-natured
father to an eight-year-old son the other night, what have you done today
ilia, may bo soi down as a good deed?
Gave a poor boy a penny, replied"
tho hopeful.
Ah, ah. that was charily, and charily is always rigid. . lie was an orphan boy, was lie?-
1 didn't stop to-ask, replied tho son,
I gave.him the money because ho was
going io lick mo for upsetting his
school ba;-;.,
thoy put up ti sign, V.omplot' (Full),
and afterward thoy won't lot anybody
i'Iko g.'i aboard. .lav-'hawkor had
'nst, K'liii\'u-d from iho Vllle i.timioro
and a i'riond asliiii:  l.il.l ymi   soo   a
*mm p.-op!o are wi,;o mioubIi le lm *'"*��� ^'j1 '" 1,ill'lf;  W boy?      Y.m,
now funds and beverage and (Hon gom ,,|l\ 1l1,,,,l,,,'���    *��� ^XJ ""i.   Mlf',!11,>'
ullmriiilic l.m .Mil  ����'�� ���������)������ XVI �� ( ��'����' ���/���������   . >'V;ry   Iwo
A wh;* writes: ' l   v   '      '"    ""    " ' ""'I'I''' ""' i!1""-
'".<0 Ahi'.' 111 llllitlllS, II  SPl'lild] tn mo,
was iiiiiro Imlpl.iiis than I, u ciifi'oe can-
| od onvs v.i ro fi
iho. Yot thoi'o woi'i.' liiiiiunei'iiblu
w.-u'iilnr,.-! ��� ��� wakhig iVom a nviiiilr'.i
lib-op wiih n foi Mil,: uf tuifi'.viiiloii, n'
ilim,-. ol/./y ond ont. of bronii, uiinclw
of palpitation nf tho hmri llmt fright-
i ;u A in.'.
iTon. U Just as injurious mi oofi'm*
b.-o.'.ii.io It I'.mtalns ciii'.'liii', Hi.* i'liiii.*
drug l'.iiiiul in ciliVn).
"At hist my noi'votis h\Mi \,\ w.is ��-aO      l * -''"
dl.-.iii'v,iiigi--d Mini my plij'slcliiiiiirik'ri'dl of I'jii''*''
'no linu.- I'olfo".'     I I'lipliiiliilnil, I    W'ai'i'i'
"/>. roriilnod lu give  IVIii'n a  ('jilr; It nlV.
Some looplo win acoo|)t a lido In a
laiggy. and no mat ior liow sloop tlio
It'll , bow heii\y tlie loud, or how ilivil
ilu; hni'-io, iioiorAhiiil,- of golting mu
in wnlk a liii. Uight then- ..ny htick
io il.-.- blli.r ond. This i-'hiiih mi.ny a
giiiiil-h''nrloi| drlvi'i'.
The  Careful  W-ilter
1,'- Ihoi'i' any sonp on Uio hill
���-Tlii'i'i' wa,-, sir, but 1 wl.nod
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
Thoy toll mo you'vo lost your hired
.Yep; best farm hand 1 ever liad.
Shol What was lho matter?
NoUiln' .loan's a (ionium, you know,
and thoso here Germain; hev what thoy
call tlio wanderlust. It's some'**'
Hut koup.-i 'em laovin' from ono place
lo t'other, an' don't let 'mn ��tay long
That's aunor, ain't il?     How long
had John been wllh yon'.'
Only  eleven yc-ais.
��� The attorney for tho gas company
was making .   ; opuliir address.
Think of the good the gas company
lias dime! ho orlocl. If 1 woro permitted .a pan, 1 would say. in tho
words of tlm Ijiiiio. ini pool, Honor
th.. U'Tltt nrlmuli'.,
Vo'fo of a .'oiisimior from the nml-
lonco. ub, wli.il a, cliiirgo tbey made.
The llrnl kiss In always foiood and
liiuiaiiiral. Klsi--liig, lil.o violin play.
Ing, iviinli'is much priu'ilce,
Waiiieii nro nol. so lu-nw nn nion;
tlmy ii.-\or loll >on to go to tlm do\l).
limy Ki'iieriilly loinl yon iImto,
Monday's yollow fnco hoenmo pallid   trial, 1 pr.-pand il iicoonlliip; |o dliorl.j
Harry���-AVhy do yon imII yuiir own
\Villmi.i--J linen lako nolllo o.,;i''i'cl.,o
yon know.
If lull V.'.rlhl oW;\i  thr |'o!ii-Jii!iin 111',
Oh, pray do not
Aitompt to ii wai
liliii vvlii'ii ho's on a cnslard j��lo!
and ghafUy boyoml b.d'.'f, nnd wlibm.l
��� ���'���' i    'r n iiv" Im ���' ili'iid filial
oin on ji..' pk'g'.,   I'lii.ilnliii,' ii   (lark
iviiwn llniihl wllb a iloli idiii|ipv linv-
Win ti   fi'.'iiiii
.    lli.. ii.ll   t,l,A
Woll, -'\AA Lnol< oMispi'i'iitiil, vuiafVi onr simllai lo   main,
lho  lUlltl.-r  VMHI   IIUH.' W'ilili'r.   yj" ( , |i,i  .-..i,,.,!   i,i-n   a,,'...  .,
lool fit I iii for wlii ii 1 nny I ������nv, Aibu-i'i ;���.,,() i but ib K, 1 i.i;'.,
li'.ivi'.rid'.'      t'.":l  look .int. pi'i'liiiii!! ho      "Xolln... j;,! boii-'llclnl ol'iViIti In im>
in ui'.ly f.biinimlmr. j tlm v-d .if the family a.|<i|i|n. li�����i 1 *
No,'bo Ih nol jiluimmlng, mild Tlmr*. rxvi'-.l my liaabiiml, who \,'aii|i| not ad*
a ������,. ..  j.. ���(  i��� ."iliui   who bad ��-<ii��i---. i-i.�� (|i..i <")ii'm I.ml    uim.     several
I'l'i-o. h wf tii Ilio poJIfi'i tliongii In; hnd   n'o.-.'.s <:i;i\,:t:A  during   ",au-<., I  Ui'.u.i;
1'o.ituia i ,ro ��� i' ilir.-e   ilmi'rt a   day,
takrit nn part iliaii that "f the intor
(stid .i|i"''tiiti).". Have 1 nol loi.l yon
idir I-; ib (i'i'.* Why. tlifii. do you l:t-i-p
i-fijliig- tlmt j on i��"W lu-r nil hour ago?
ll 'in ii litiIn wondor -.hat Monday fnlni-j
cl, said Tliorold With a totich of Irrl-j
i uiYimi ia llir.    \nl".   nn   liiii\i;.'.i    '..��� ',
Ahuiig'.ii   J/iok riitlii-r stupid
I.i.i-U ..".a aggi .1 Id-' Aiu'i! !��� :���;���,
I     U'.-ll,   I  (Im't   mii.'jrslaiHl,  lie   said.
Stmt ;,iiy,-.'.iy  w.< bawi  fofijij A the lot
nov, rvl.i.jii (Jn* .:, :.ml ili.tl'.< lll.fiy I'i
;.o it mu -,ii l'A>.
Wl.y'.'  iiski,.! Thor.-M, obs.-rvluj. a
f-Miili: Ii-.-.liiiil'.!i iit.ioiiK ili.- nifii.
Ullllil   ft
whon. in iny mirpn.!'', niy Ims.baml
1'iild: "I have dcoidi-d 11 .Iiiiil; Po.qtim.
Your Imiii'tiii'mcm hi ro njiDiiriiit���you
imvo such Cuiii <\ilor���tlnd. I pmrioso \">
id:,- rn''d'.t v.bold f.r.'dit in i|i|i'.'' Ami
I..-' '���> i* .'.V". 7..:. -���   \, i |u',i,",vv."
Nl'Tilo  o.lv.M  by     Oliiailliill    f��i)��tlll
I   ).,
l.'i " 1    'V'n    l'.,'.\,*
V/. ti. U. 079
in.. i...i'.. ..���...".���..".-.'I.
bfi-V.' i'ulili' hope of ',',���
tvl.-l ind Ci.'1*    irtil i'o
xr.'.r:  of f''-.n!
ting iof :it ih����
lli'-l.:    oarv fa!
io \\'i ii.iii",":��.'!.��� ���.
I'li.itnm n.iv; ooi.n-n in (v,.i ftini; i:
Hct;ular Pottuir,-,. ;,.: ]���. In'l. |.
I��iita��.t Pofclum i,  a .-'.I'llili- powd.'r.
A  C'liMio ���������.fill .Kr.Hoh..',; i|ti|il',i\* |^ a
i . ijp ii.' l.m w..1'. r ,i\.d \\\\)\ .ji\i
'"i" ,r, in 11*,
ft .'li-'o'"!  l'(i\'fl-; r*,,   Iri
&t.-mtly.   do.':.-.: s-ll both Minis!
"Tr-'!���'���'����� ;�� lt'-an '." fir Postum.
I'lotliri'ii, :,uiii.i llilug-s iioirr cnu lie
put down I'n ;i l^nd contract, Yon niuy
nu ,i titu.t ,i -��� i. ��� ,.i ... (...i-<. .*.,,, ,.,,, ;.,
.11 !'���.�� Uttl.. li'dn1'' thai fin bn loiown
or montiotiod, bin liiiiieniy of liniiuwi'
In you or In jour propound loiianl can
tint li.; \\rllI.-a A'Otiu That J,, a t'.lng
of ilu; lu-.'Mi. mul if tlie hoart. ia r.'ght
you can h.iw a i,'<"*il d'al mil nf tlio
i'i i�� ..
1 iuul all- Ihom all, uimwovoil Pal.
Domestic Economy
Father was of an economical Ium
of mind, and hated extravagances witli
all hia-heart. ��� He l".il sinco the earlier
days tried to instil ideas of a similar,
nature into..tlie brain of his smnll sou
aged eight?  ......
11 is grief was terrible to see wlieu'
one'day'lie'came upon the'budding
economist stuffing himself- with %
slice of bread generously, covered with
a layer of butter which was surmounted by a young mountain of jam. .
My boy, :aid ho sadly, "chough severely, surely you do uot' realize
what yon arc doing", yet you ought
by now, to" comprehend tho. wicked ex*
travaganco of eating butter and jam
Why,  I'm being most  economical,
father!  replied the   young   hopeful.
Don't  you  see' that I'm  making tho
same slice of bread do for both?
������    ���       , i  ���
Tbey soothe Excited Nerves.���Nervous " affections aro usually attributable to defective digestion, as -tho
stomach dominates .the nerve centres.
A course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills
���MlL-sJilLalLdistiirbanccB of this char-
acter. ami by restoring, tlio stomach""
to normal., action relievo tbe nerves
from irritation. There is uo sedative
liko them and in the correction of irregularities of tbe dlgo.tive processes,
uo preparation has done so effective"
work, as can be testified to by thousands.
A well-known violinist is the father
of two lovely and intelligent children.
The other day ho overheard a conversation between tho two in which they
were trying to recall tho first names
of all the great opera singers. What;
is Crnso's Ilrst nnmo? ho heard tho
younger ask. Don't you know? replied tlio, oilier in a disgusted tone.
Why, it's Hobinson, of course!
Stiito of Ohio; city of Toledo,   f
Lucas County. \
F.nnlc J. I'ho.ncy" innkes' oath Hint ha
Ih senior part nov of tlio linu ot V. .T.
('lie.ney it Co., dolw. _unliicns in thn City
of 'j'olc.lo, i.'ounty ami Stato aforesaid,
and Unit nald '.inn will pay tbo sum ot
ami ovoiy enso of Cut.mil Iliat onmiot
foo     enroll    by    Iho    uto    of    UAlX'R
oAT.Muin: cxmii.
(pwoni   to   before   nio   and   mibnoi'llicil
In my m'f.'ionoo, tnls ''-Oi day "of Decern���
hi'.,   ,A,D,   14'V.'
tSoul) A. W.   flT.l'.ASON.
Notary   1'nbllo
llall'n Calni'i'li  Cur.? is taken iiUorn-
nlly   uml   aelu   illrnctly   upon   tlin   liloou*-
niiil   niiiooiiH   Hui'i'nccs  of   tlio    system,
rii'inl I'm' testimonial'?, froo.
!���'. .1, CllUNlilY A.-, CO., Toledo, 0.
S.il.l hy 'ill DniRBliilH, 7i"cj,
Tains  llull'M  rainlly  i'llls  for  cor.sli-
Wlfo--WretchI,-.tjhow mo  tlmt let-
ti'i'l '''7:*-
11 uhIiuiilI���AVlinl W'ter?
Wli'o���'J'ho ono in .your liaml, It's
from a woman. I dan sou by the
writing, ami you iiiriiod palo whon
you saw It.
Husband- -Vos, lkre^lf Ih. Its
your dressmaker's hill.
Teacher���Johnny, nnmo UiHj h_ii(oh,
���iitliniiy���Thcro'ii iho state of rmiii-
nyhii��lii, ih" stato of .Wiv Vorlc, Ilio
stato of mntrlnioiiy, the stale of tlm
mind, nnd Uio state of tlio weather, ,
 ,        --.
A  l.milsliiiia oNport 1.;;ui*ort that bjr.
lioomnlng n tml'i'nigotto a woini'ui ro-
tltu'os hor ohaiico.-i ol" mnrriago r.O per
coul,   This lu iho most, mibtlo knock
ilu* I'liuno has yet. I'ooelved.
AU a ivoiiiau wants Is to bo wai t-
A   girl  fours Mrs   (Irinuly.
alio  marries >lr, (Jrnudj*,
ft  Ht
1. Tf.
A jiodiiinoior la somoibiiii. v;,'- carry
mi onr poison to ngl.-iK'i' how far wr
liavo wall.od, but. most viun nro moro
Snloro-itcd lu obliiliilng a couiihiiiict'
<o show whoro v.'o blue boen.
Tllol'.' is iK'lt'-l'.li.-dlU; Illli.li-Wli. ili, m;11'-
v.'ii.sin? v.'iinlrtv.'-iiliii'li'ii, ."If riitsln;.'
dnmb-wiilloiv, liii.i Miuuiot; but ,tr\e nf
tiio tlilm-'H thnt In most in-clod o;i the
farm in ai .outra;��iinn u, r.ft.-iO, ibo
iiinall boy oarJy twmAi In l!io ��nornl��.��r
U)   pit    hit    ilU-0    V;..*!li'iJ    |||   \\mn   j'.h-
Hcsji'-claMlity lr 7w rnf>t!i'*r nf eon-
i onl foil.
A numan luatcn r aciory
Tho body contains phoiphomssufficicntlomnke483,000matchw. Pfios-
pliorus i�� one of (outtccn clumcnts composing Uie body-divided Among
Ixwus flesh, neivoim system and oilier on.ian,i. The perfect health of body
icfliilrcs a perfect balance nf the clumcnts, Thne cleraentr. come from tho
iWi v,c v��t -ibm 7t>i;tmim.li .;.Kl:i^li i.::d ^'.ir'ib'i'.at then,
Hnt if Momach Is deranged���the balance of tiealUi fi deilroy��d and lhe
blood does not carry the proper element j to the different organs, arid there
is Mood trouble���ucrvu trouble���heart trouble. Pain 1$ lho hungry cry of
xtarved organ*?, Put Ihe liver, stomach and oittinft of digestion and imtrl-
tion into '* condllloii of health. That Is just wnat Is dono by
ulikli lias been so (avowbly known for over 40 years. It it now put up In
tablet form, as well *i liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dealers
everywhere or by null bv .ending 50 cents in lc itamps for trial box���
iddrtss R.V. Pierce, M. D., BulUlo, N.Y.
fl ��� fciwilr at WM pagta ha*At*mtif tt**** la d*A-*jt*lA*
) ;i  I-  ^������~w>.VJ>������^^*fc. V   ���������,-'-  ���������*���������**. ������_������t-^������>������*   N*.iM-#lJ9ll*SW������H-JVJ"-u'*'������-I** '  '���������>MW^-f!^^*K*^^*'HfJ<^ii-'������*i'W'"**'>'������ I  Uy 'w ���������"������,',���������  THE   NEWS,   CUM,B������&i.AND.   li&lTISH > COLUMBIA.  NOTICE is horeby given tin t apph-  Oitien vvih ho mado to tin Superintaud-  ������nt of'Proviuci.il Police, Victoria for a  license to ooll liquor by wholesale- upoa  thy prou'dscs sitmfccd oa Lot 6, Block 15,.  Cuujb-.'rlaud Townsite, Cumber land, B. C  G1ALI MUSSATTO.ApplioaU.  D^ted this 1st Any ,4 October 1913.   " ���������'-  NOTICK is biroby given that on UjoIImI  d*y of Du.u'iec next application will be  made to thu Superintendent of Provii.ciul  Polico, Victoria, for ih������' renewal of tha hotel liocua. io soil liquors by retail iu tae  hotel known ai tbe L>rue hot������i, Mtus*.*il at  Comox, B.C.   '       Ghobok M. Baiu.o\y  Dxtoft Ootobbr 1, 1913.  em*mm0***mmm*maBmmn**m^^r**^ammmt*ma^***������*tmimmi.mtumimi*mut ihim������ >,  NOTICE is hereby given lhat on the  first day of November 1913, application  will be made to the Superintendent 01  Provincial Polico, for a renewal nf the  wholesale liqu >r license' upon the premises known a*. Lot 34, Subsoction 1, Nelson District.,  riLSKNUK HRKWlNCi COMl'ANV.  Dated October ist, lyij  Union Steamship Oo. of B. G.  v      THE S. S. OOWIGIIAN.WILL SAIL AS'UNDER  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXJROUTK  '    "   Leavo Vaniioiivor. iMoiiilav, at 8 p. m.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.3,0 p, in.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 0 a. m.       Leave jTues ������.-  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in,     LeaveTuesday,'11 ft.in.  .Leavo Nanaimo G p. 111, Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver,-11.30-p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m..  Arrive   Nanaixno,' u.30 p. in  Anive Uniou Kay, Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.ui, Depart 4 p.m; '    "     '  Subject to change without notice. a  ITOTJCS i.-i hereby fiireu that nt tlia  Rust uMjet.iitf of. tho liourft ot Lice- so C������tu  cuiasiiDiirtr. ut ibo. (.'ity of (. umberluwl, I  i toml.to iirplv fur a roiw ��������� ������I of the liotel liceusa hol.l b.< ihb for the Wiy-trl)*  lt������> el situated oii lot 2,'block 3, Cumber  Mill ToAUSitt.  FRANK DALL03.  Uetedtl-.i<_������th;d������yof Oct. NHS.  A'    .'\'������m  NOTICK ia lmoby Riven tliat mi tho  flr-ii dxy ai Doccuilxu- next tipplii'iit-ou^t ili  lm muda to tho Su|>u>iiit<M(_uut ut IVuviu-  cini Polioa, ViotiU, fur a r������nu������uJ ot the  hotel lu������r_$a t-������ dell liquor* by retail iu  tlio hotel known a.i tha Uuion liottl, Hifc-  mrUj at IMmi, B.C.   Joa������ ti. McLwui  D*wd tlio Ist Aty A Ootob'ir, 11)18  mmmmaaaatmmmKVKX-jaKmxuia*! wwrawwirwuwaawci*  Nt>TICB iu hoivby ^iv������n . that ou ttic,  (kg* day of D^racauar uest, applloalau will  be wado te ihe Supwiufew^eut A PruriucUl  l?oUoa, Vtfltorui, far iko roaovral nt Uio be'-;  . tei liawiM to wil. liqu-wii by icUil ui the-  hjt������i kuawa m Uio itv-sivida bout, titiui*.  at C������*ri*wj, B.&  v,       Q��������� H. F*oimin<.i  NOllCM h QAr.br girt* &������t on aW  Qxmi day at D������oo*utwr ������������it anpli������*tia������i *ill,  be made to lho SaparUtonJaijl ������< Pr������vii������-;  oigl Pohee, VSa4wi������, fox. tbo rouowii of tlie  hot������>_ ltaw*a to Bull liquors by t-ofeilin the'  hsUl kupw������ tv, tim Vfdaoa liMci, wtua 10,11  ut Uakut lieiy H.O,  AtyesD IUpbh ���������floit.-ui  Dated Oetobc*'1, 1013.  IB  - ���������    - ^���������.������������������������ .rt������M    .���������HH..III1I*II������IIUIIH      III       Bill 1  N0TI01SI* hereby givoa tnat ������������ Uie  Qytt day ������f U������ooiuber moct cpylusfctio+j will  b<3 m:uJ(i to tiio Su|iei-iut������;d-eat uf Pi������vi:i-  eial Policw, Viotoria, for the reoowui ������������ liiii  hovei li(wu o io sell liquors hy rutail lu lhe  li'oa'J kuoA-n a������ tho Nel������oa lvo-W, situated .  at Union liny, li������. Jook Fhaskh-I  Dated Out,*!** i/it, 1013.  The Courtenay Hotel  ���������Kv'wyne^rrvonienw'Iftf "pios S_  The bonttal Hotel for Sportsmen  Nono but the IJcst o( Wines and Liquors  atlfe* Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  DRINK  The purest and best BKHR, "and  made in Cuinberlaiid.  *������$m&  BSBEgSSBM������^  ���������  Hi������  Notice iii hereby givai th.*t <u' the  icxi meetinjf of tb������ Uoitrd of Liconse  -Joiuniisiionexs I intend to apply for a  rejiftwal of ihe hovel licei.se held by me  ir ilia No a England Hotel, mjuaiGcl ou  ������ock 3, lot 3, CutuberUnd Towu.ite,  JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Oct,, 39th, 1913. '  J.'   N.   M?oJUEOD      _?iaps������iii������3X������r,  S^lich 4 x Bl)*TON nlwnys oj;; t������p      ajyo, ths fuuww. M,ILWAUKSfi,  BJSHIW-A.nheiwv, ii .^..wi?.-   Ssfaite, *������,?   "OJUP QRSX BKARD"  lffc������; ������e������?;4u������������ aad Lo^gln^ linepxlmfuti, iwiat t*f i:,Bi!,iwil������.tB jju^W^^^  .   will lu t������ni..d Frnt'Olwu li������:i������������ry r#������t>������ci.;  NOTICE is hereby yivi-n that .it the  next mealing of the Bond of License  Commissioners of the City\of Cumber-  l.md, 1 ioitnd 19 apply for :i renewal of  llie hotel liceiWj held by me for the  "Kim* Ceoiye" Hotel, .siuirueil on ot 9,  block 7, Cumberland Tonnsiie.  VICTOU BCNORA  Dated ihis 2<;:n d.ty of ("At., 191 j  NO TICK i.i h������r.-.by I'iveti tb*t ut tho  r.cxt iU'������tii.g of tho Hoaid i.f Llo.c.e  Ojnuniasiou.w ol tho City of Cuiub'.'r-  liin.l, I intoi.d to aptly for u reuewij nf tho  "Vliok'hiilo liquar liomiiio hcild lay mo, tit-  uutuvi ou   M 1*2. block  Q,  CumboiUud  toWU-dlG.  JOHN MAHOCCHI  Utttetl diip 2i)th d iy of Oct... 1913.    a  , NOTICE i. ii hereby j;iveu ib������5 at tli������  uest mcotiug <J the Bourd of Lioeiuo  Com^isaionwa of thu City ti Cutub.-x-  UuJ, 1' intend to niu'ly fur a reuen'ul of  .Lo wholu!i.l������ Liquor liituev held l.y int'  ������u bliack 10, lot G, Cuiub������:ritu<d Tov. uaiic,  WAJJ MUtijA-i'TO.  DaM thi* 29tU Any ot 0������t., lfllS.  *OTIOK i<. lierob. jfivfta Out at'tlut  Atxt u.wstiuif of the Rosed nf I.i<*.������M������e Coui-  iitudauitr. of thu City of C'utiberland, I  Amid to o#i*.y fer ������ roitowul nf tho hotel liuciuo heid'by me for iho Cumberland  HoltL citunti-d o;i Ioi 1, bloc>; (i. Ciim'. ,s-  laud Toivnsite.  WIUJAH UERRIFIKLD.  P.tted t. is 20th day uf Qtu... J313.  ADVERTISEMENT.  NOTICK ia hereby given that nn  Action hau been raised against the  Piuiientiul   ArfiirHiicc    Company  Limited, 71 RenfioJd Street, (ilus  eow, for payment of the f um of  jB131,   being the,proceeds of Hit:  Policy No. 4578-16 with said Com  pa hy on the L'fo of' Jihn Jn^k, 97  Laiijjlands Koud, Gov.in, Glasgow,  und that lho Sheriff uf th������* ContHy  of -Laiiwrk, {.cotlwid.   has', ordered  rtdvertistfinent of notice of eaid so  lion by interlocutor, as follows: ���������  Glasgow,  19th Sepiemher, 1913.  Holds tl.e fund correctly sin'e<l in  tlid Petition, and   in   le-pect  the  Pursuere   and     iN01nin.1l   RuiFH'f  hnvo   cousijiiied   thp fund  it: th.'.  hm dfi <;f lhe Clerk of Court Kxon  ore nnd dit-ehnrgei  tl.'em  of    nil  eliiims in tho   action.    Appoint*  intiniiilion of   the   Actlui   to   It?  mndo by Adverii'cincnt  published  oiicoin ft Newfpnpor oircuhniiif.' in  Cumberland,    Vancouver   N'hnd.  Hritish Columbia,Canuda. nnd op-  p'intu olnitnants in  th������   fund   lo  loJuo * lit ir (.'Isiim*. with  tho CI*rk  of Court within  ono month   fron.  the da<o of ench ndverliegrnpul, and  eenda the  case  lo the adjiiBtnier.l  roll of Iii lli November i.ext.,,   *  "   (SigiitiO  ,    \V. G. Scott MoNciuri'F  A hoi id. Mo.Mahtin,  A -true copy. fcs.C.l).  In terms thereof notice is heiohy  giveii of said at:tion nnd 1 i said in  lerlociitPir.  LOWNDES & REN WICK  28 Bath Strce;. Glttgow,'Solicitor, for Real Kaiser..        *    .'  "Better,,'Cheaper Than Most Dairy. Feeds'  Vancouver .Milling "& Grain Company,  Distributors NAN A.I MO, 13. C��������� -  gsEH?grsTKS3ia������a^^  John Johnston,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOIvDEN AT a  NANAIMO.  IN THE MATTEROF GuiBoppo  J, L.. Continciijw, dtxjcaaod, in  tOiJUte, lato of   No.  8' mine,  utNii' Ctwulwrland.D. C,  AND  IN THE M ATTICK of tho "Ofli-  cial AdniiniBtrivtore Act,"  TAKK NOTICK that by -ir-  dor oflli.4 ilonor Judgo   Ijurkor,  lnndi^dui'lng tho  month of.Novum bur,  I5J13,  I   wiw   appointed  Ajaliuiidfitrator ot' tho Efitato of tlw  abovo mon tinned dooonawl, iuul all  ��������� put ties Imviiii* claims against tho  Bftid ofitalti uro horoby roquirod to  furnish raimo, properly vorillod, to  wo on or boforo tho 20th day of  Dmmibof 1D1B,    AND all pir-  Uoa indoblwl to said odtato, uro ro^  quii'od to pay lho amount o^ tlioir  i<cdeliCuduo(M to inu forthwith.  Dntod tliiti 18th dayof Novom,  Um' 3D18.  Wi WrsI'MV WaLAUD,  Official Admlnifltrator,  'Ounibcilaiid, U. 0.  Hm*M������**tmni**tmM*nHmr.-nta*������t������+f**"*m* ������������������������������������������!  0. H TARBELL  ������>>*t(|i<JWM������MiaM#WiMIWWM'^ll'll'WA'<,M  iiiujj.-iwiiwia>a]aiiia������*w"iiiwr Mr*T","fc*-**p**,*fc>MC"  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Aivl nil  KITTiHRM/UrrRNWIlfl  Sportsmens Goods  mul  Genera! Hardware |  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  MUNICIPALITY    OF . THE  CITY OF CUMBERLAND  LIQUOR ACT 1310.  Section 42.  NOTJ'CE 1>  hereby given" that  on the, lrit day  of'Dt.oenjher next,,  iipjdiOiiiion   ������i 11 he  inrttl" to   th?'  iupei'i.nttindeiJt of Provhitsi������.l  pol<  lc?;-timr~ifcenserfoTTlie fiiile   oT  -    ^* H .    "  iif_iisir hy whok'latiht in and tij.-on  thojircmisoB aiUuted-in ths town  of Coui'tenay, In-C; known nnd  depoiibod ua Lots 30 ai.d 81, Hqc-  tionjei. '  Duted this 1.1 th day of Oo oter  ma        : ,  .  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.,  John iMiirocchi, Mnnager  ' Applicant  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby  given to the*electors,of the municipality of tiie Cityjof Cumber-  laud that 1 require tlui presence  of the said electors at the Council Chambers,   City   Buildings,,  mm& ^������Hss3sssg&  There is no better way of ma-  king the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in ThoN2SWS.  "Null; Said."  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  Suction 42.  NOTICE is hijiehy given (bftt,  oii'iho 1st iUy of Dt'combor n������������xt,  iipp'icutioti^v.ill bo mndo to ilm  tjnpc'iintoi'dijnt of Prnvinaiul Pol-  ivo for ronow.il of tho hotel Ihmnco  .(i srll liquor by reluil iu the ho'.e!  inioirn a? ti.e Maltttipiiin liottl,  7i\\\aU' al Liu.d, iujho i*iOvinc<. of  Ihi'.ifih Coinm  ' IXi:oJ thin 8ih day of Ou-lobur,'  1913.  FIUSI) THULIN  Applinnnt  ,,1^^..-,.������..������������-  LIQUOR ACT, 1010.  fxiutinn '1$,  NOTICK  X>.'t^  U *u<,iif.  Violin Strings, Talking ni.i-  cliitw ncetlU's and Victor Records  for sale nt tlio New? nfTivc  ml |]^|| ...Liim mm, i* nw ������������������>���������!������������������ ��������������������������� -I **m���������**4m��������� ��������� * .!>��������������������������� *-*WWW  Don't  foryet   to  place   your  we*t order for printing wi'h uu,  Auy poi'rtoii or jioreons, oiitlhift',  rotuuvinj> or taldng uny Uluftkrt,  tiiubw or wood, of any doi>������Hjitiotin  xilonginj; to tho Wollington Col-  dory Oo'y., or from or off lho land  of tho Raid Company, or ttiiyoiii;  tipping rubbish of any description  nnywliero upon tJic cninpniiy'fl  hnd will bn pro-u-outud lo thn full  oxtcnt of tho law.  W. h. COLLSOX,  Goiicral iMiinniryr,  Co llinry Cn,y,   N-OTICE.  Hiding on InoonioUvtw nud  rail  way cam of  the  Union  Colliery  Company by any  p<'i������on   ur  per*  jone���������oxeopt Uincrow���������w Htrictly  prohfVitcd.    Employw?^  viv ������ub-  i<'������c ,t-������ iiietiii;'-u! fur al Kiwi in: .'.in������-  Uv order  VV, I, COULSOK,  General Manager.  IN TIIK COUNTY   COUliT  OF  NANAIMO 110KDKN AT  OIJMIUCUJ.AND  IN TJ.J_ UATTICU of Thanuin  Kniith, divjuHUPd, iiitcjluU;. who  di.nl iu Noiuon Dibtrlot on April  Mill 11.  A N'D  IN THIS MATflSUlnf ilw-'OfflfUl  Aduiiriiftr.itorfl Act "  TAKli NOTICE that by Qnlnr  NOTIOK h h������t������by j^ivon that,  on lho 1st dny ni l.Wtiiher naitt,  Hpplic.mion' will ho ui.dM to thu  rtnprriiileudvnt of Provint-inl I'o! ���������  ko for ion<.'wul (,f tho hotdl licfi-ci}  to wil JiqMtM" by mini) in tl.o ho,i-l  known an,jili'i Willmvf llotid, ciin-  ni-; nt CmniiU'll liiviir, in the Province uf HriiiidiOoliiuibM.  Diitul (liin Sih d.iy of October,  1U1IS.  CIIAHLKS THU I.I.N'  Apj lio'tiil ,���������'  on the rath day of January. 1914.  at 12 o'clock noon, for tlie purpose of noin'.uaMiigJ_per,sous to  .epre/>eiit|tlit'in in the muiiicipal  council'as mayor aiid aldermen,  The mode of nomination of  candidates shall be as follow*.���������  The candidat s shall be tioiuiua  ted iiijjwriung, the writing? shall  be subscribed by two ^voters of  the municipality as proposer a'nd  seconder, and shall be delivered  to tjie Returning? Officer at any  time between the dato uf the  noticc-Aind 2 \i. in. of thu day of  nomination, and in the event of  a poll being necessary, such poll  will be ooencd on tho 15th day  of January, 1,914, at the Council  Cluunbt'V!., Cny HuihliiiR.*!, Cuui-  biitlaiid, li, C, of wliich every  person is hereby required to take  nolics aud govern himself accord  No person shall bo uoniinnted  or be eli^iblova.' a candidate for  niayor, uuies.^hc be possessed ol  the qualifications by law aquiied  ol tinise ollicers, and u:ik'!;i  cand  hour of a \  ination, furnish' llie Keluniiiijj  Oilicer with a >tulenieul in sviit* j  ing, specifying the land or ical,  property upon which he ijnali- |  lies, his nouiiiKitioii t'liall be i'i- I  valid and shall not be a*, ted up I  ou by llie Returning OfTio't*.  The qualilii'aiious iv< tMiididntf  for uiiiyor are as lollows: -  He must he   n   nia'e   lJriti>h  -.iibjeel of the full ngc of twenty  cue vvars,  aud not di^iwiifufC  under any l������\v, aud lias beeu  foe q "���������  six mouths next,  preceding   the*  ..  day of nomination, the registered  oilier in the Land  UegUtry Office, of land* or real   jHX)j>erty iit  lhe������city, of the assessed value on'  tho   last   municipal   assessment  ���������  roll of S 500.00 or more, overall  above any registered  encumber-'  ance or charge? and who is ot Ler-  wise qualified  as   a   municipal  voter,  Given under niy haiid  at   rb^  s  Oity of Cumberland tbis 30th day  of December,  1913  Joii:< Thomson,  Reluming Officer.  MUNlCI P AU T V"0)7 ~~"'FhIC  C1TV OI'CU.MUEPvLAND  NOMINATIONS for School  Tniftees will t>e. received 01:  Monday, the icth day of Jan-  uaty, 1914, at 12 o'clock no-ni,  Tiie mode  of   m>iniu.iiion'  oi  candidates shall be a:;   folkwK: ���������,  i'liecanclidaus shall be  noini-  nated in writing.    Tlu;   w������i;ii;g     ' ,  shall he subscribed by two votyrn  of the municipality   us, propo**":,''  aud seconder, and,shall lie delivered to the Reluming .Officer aV  any time between the date '���������������'' tlm  uotice and 3>f>. in. of the  cay oi  noniiustio-u, aud iu the   ev^rr: ot-  more than   two   nomiruitions   c  [ioll will be opened on Thurrd.iy,  the 15111 day of January,/ J9'4\  al .the   polling   station   at '.'the.  Conncil Chambers. City 'Buildings,     Oumberlatid,    Ii.   C",   ot?  which every person is required io    -  take-notice and  govern   himself .  accordingly., ��������� .  The e,ualifi'.-ation5  for   tjustire . ���������  are as follow:;:.���������  He'must   lw n male British, 'pub  ject of tho full .".go of twenty-ona  years ..anil not dir-qualified   uiidnr.__.  -aii-v-lasv-i���������a11tl���������h-H-ve���������be<4i���������h*i���������Fix  :    :  tl   \ . - 'a  uiuiilliB next preceding tlie d^v of  iioininntion thy regiitiMvcl owiior  in the Land Registry Oiiice of  Laud or real properly in thu .city  of the assessed value 011 tho !asL  umnicipul asricssuiont roll of-  $DU0.0O or in.ii'o, ovtir and nbova  any regisTcred I'lieiitiilwiuice or  charge, and who i^ otherwise  qualified,as a inuuieijml voter.  Qive.n . under my   hand at   tlio  City of. Ciuiilierland   ild-j   flOih  day of December, 1013.  John Thom.-ox  Koturi'ing Oflieor  tt*aa****m4T%<***-tM  ���������%*r-tt*.**-'A**amr**������.-'-*m\*>+ l*jt**'������  Anyn!ioii*.:]rtln(l ������ Mieloli i.ml (lo.'tvinti.M, ,,-r-  qnlcl'W wirftrliil'i tint* <i|iinlu������ trvo wlKfilicr1..1  ln?aninm I.j proiml-iT l,"^,|i.,|l!''^-t "''",','l!,"1".''-*  ihiimnrloll.wi'oiiiliid.Kl.ii i'uNbuOOK <ai I'i.:,������ t.  ������i>nr fun'. I'ldi'*' iii"'iii'y lor i.-iMi-ii'Ci-.iltin''.  j'liii'nt'.' iiint'ii iIiiaikIi :,iuim ,'i Co. receive  tlitrlf.li.'ilitt, ���������Aiilioutclinrso, latl'o  gcieaiiflc Jimtim,  Al.flinliWi'J<ilV aimlrii'i'd wi>u,7.  t tiut- :���������-  '.WHV OlllCerS, alUl     U:i!e::l'     ^llC:    wiii.ili���������, nl i.ny n<-u iiOk'I Jin,r"il.    'ii'ii.aj :.T  ' , CiiiuijM, l.i.'f .���������iyi������iii,ii..iivt1,c J411*. !���������!���������   N//a Uy  iidate tfhiill un or belure lhe   SUS'Ji1^'   ������������������ .,.���������. ���������   .  ���������ft.  oue vein* and   iut   disqii'diiiid  |t/        tiu* 1$ ttt      %  f    TI'O   b>Jp   tbRt iiavw"   W  vo\t work, nod .'tovwi   K  you" uioncy witliout Injury   lc|  to lmndn or  orticlo.  Suullgfil Soap  turn a wc#ti.  tub drutlicciy  lutp   ploMure.  Ul  . , ...   1 1 ilJ������������nl.ff������..  ������;ta������,  li eitlyie t|in tu  furnuh  ���������������,:m,J y������rw*������ivi^������A<tiJ������:)  proptnly viirified, io ino in ot be*.  lorn lho lSth   duy   of   P������:i!nnil������������r,  I9!S.   ANIJall jmrlhiH iiul.;l.l.-d i������  eft?d v,iUlf!, orti icijuireil lo |������������y tb1'  itmount of   ihoir   ffit|ehtt.'di,e h   l>������  nn' forthwith.  Lhtad mi������ llth tiny 0/ Novi'iu-  ber, 1'JIS  W    WliSl.KV WlLLAKJ).  Ofiiriai Adminirirutcr,  Uumb'rland, lb O.  "rkrtr.MuOnfc.J55^^,1 value on IhelnM nmnici    i 1>.*1 USS-vsiJIUi'U!  10H Of v-'l.OOOOVC  ,t  tl.o'  tmxt uieetin!{of t ,1^ l:o������nl A I i'i ������!������n<'"D'  ������()TlC!ii������ hr.iA������yjf'r.!uU������t  n������ fil,'������,nn<l abo/e any n-gi-Jter-d mourn  usionsm "f ili" ''ity i.f (V-l ������-iJnui|, ���������������,������ |  iiitt-.itl tn 1; !.'���������> to: >' hji.i t/ii'i   f 1 in* lie'  b.auec or charge,   aud   who   b  oilu-i wi**e 'jiiii'.itii'd as a  mtni'ei.  ul lioi-nno li'.'lil hy ui"   f,r tlit V'ci it cc ��������� ,M| vi.'."r.  iluuil, mu 'oft <���������'��������� bA .\ i-l" !''���������' 'A. t''.nd .--  IllUtl T(I.VI,KI f.  Jdh'/l'll I'OIUC't'O  ,|i.loilOc.ob������r ?Vili, im.  'lhe ipialiticalio'iSii'; iMiulidit-  lor aideini'iu nre   as   follow.-:���������  He must be   .������   male   Ur\ 1A1  subject of the lull age of twenh-  (5^13 Ccttoa E?cat Coajicvra  .'/ tor n-'rli.l \i.  ���������, ",r i','A  l������;  , 77b  ;*������������������..  !"��������� k'J '������ -'.,-'>'. *���������- -.* ;  .-i'ar������r.4a;ii:.'C:.'.,!.'i/.t^������..i'..''"���������'������-''< ������v������'- ": ft  -A.  \  , i        - T.f^iM,. ��������� -. *  ,kA  "���������*-Pv.ilT*itv'.>rf'i������ *,������*.*���������,  ������-������*>V*y* -*������**-*������^*- ������������������ *���������"  tttt*  yi?Tvp' r .rirRT?TU,A im B. CL  ENGLISH  LACE  Our I.AC05 wet* n-.vj:d*il Quid Medil ..  lilt  I'et'.ivat d  limplto  mil  lmr 5i'liJ  r.xlilbltlssi, Cryaul r������!ace. 1911.  STOCK C'JU.AK. 33 c������nlt (hilf)  HAND  MADS  u.\ai iv int vi.LAcaii in Bc-crtxoiiuuui**.  No. 100.  pxice-  .20  fill  warttri  twvti  btintUul  coilecilio  of Collmt,  > Mtaklel,  Tien. Frc*t������.  G������t������. Yoiu,  Mack-).  Mutilans,  litioi.. ������������,,  l;o:,i,SO,  .50, .78 up.  UnilSti,  lfH4 .'else*  P'Ovlovi.  Ac, and  evervtliina  ���������.h-.it c^nbi  Mhl������ la !.������;������. Y*t4 Lata  ���������"d Iniartlun (r<ini  .10,  .20, ..S up i������ 92,!W  Pfr yd.  lIuaMt' ir.tiCtit An  tnHiiKliii Haa. (jlui.  irr." t!!o������!r������ti:ij o-ar  \M d������ittn������ ol   IMIav  I..1C9, )i3M  lr������l  !j any  ���������nt of warM, Thi  jui.mahtrii nra very  tlid ol nny mini.  kowmr suu*l  BUCK* H������������������.nUi  f I LLOW IACB ������<i.  ��������� ua ������������r iUu  Mn.  Una  Armstrong!  Olney,  Buck*  ENGLAND  laHMWilTiiMlK* ���������  Was H. Sacked  Though a benevolent old gontlcman  nYicl a kind employer, Mr. Jonos decided that, bo l'av as Uis ofnee-hoy,  Alexander Knlduiii,- wis concerned,  iho limit ot liis patience had beeu  reached. ~  .   Tlio .boy must bo Hitched.  He had arrived a quarter ot an hour  lute yesterday, '<-'n imniilop lato tlie  day before, and thif, movnijifi���������Mr.  .Tones glaiieeil at tho ofUcc clock���������Mio  lad was ulrc-iuly'twenty minutes overdue.  Prodnftly jiitifi minutes lator lie on*  lerod tho ofllco ia 'tho quint, imobti'ns-  ivo manner oj! quo pi-eparal for t?vou-  blo.    A horriil silence'ensued.'" Thon!  Aiid what excuse havo you .vol. this  morulas? demanded Mi*. Jones iti tlie  Hereout voice that l,c could muster,  The--er���������tec oa tlie pavement::, sir!  H'U'.iuinerod MiihIci* Alexander, It- er  --every siup J---ei'--to������k��������� -I er- slipped h.vk two.  Mr. Jones _-Utred at lhe lad,  fndf-ed! ho .romai.-ofl with calm deliberation. " Then pray, lunv did you  Uot. here at allV  h'e\er iJieiiKlit I should sir, ropllfcd  tlie incorriyibio one,'maidenly an.i happily inspired���������tliat It, 1111.1 doiddod lo  turn buck home,  Thousands of mothers can testify io  the virtue of Mother Graves' 'Worm  Exterminator, because tlioy know from  experience- how u-.ctul it is.  The Mistake of His Life  niuffor bounced into the club,  Jam-  9HXNIW FRENCH REMEDY. N,tN,2.U  THERAPIONftSttSS  jreattuccess, cukes ciiso:iic\V������akhsss.lost viooi  fl Vill. KIDIICY, DLADDtn, DI3BAS������--i. M.OUD. fOlSOR,  VILKS. RITIIE.1 KO. IMIUGCIKTS or MAIL SI. COST 4 CU  V0VG3RA CO, M, BREKMAN S.T. N3W YOXKK LYUAM B50������  SOROKTO,   WRITE FOE FREE BOOi TO DR. LI CL3ES  [ID.CO. IlAVEKSlOCK RD, IIMIP5T7.AD, LOSSOHi Kild.  *ttYMEV,-I)?.AGKE������'.Srr.I.i;S"()l:ORM0.    nsY TO 1AtM  THERAPION RSSR���������.  KC THAT TRADK UMl ICED WOr.I> ,THESAriOS' IS OH  -BasiraoTT.STAuy-iaJsulzb-vj um okhcki ncwti*.  mod liis hat down' on tiio table with a  tierce, resounding bans, and Hung him-  seir into an easy chair.  ���������   Wliafu wront. today, TiiufCov?     You  look bad.  r'll never foi'Kot myself. I kicked  a' man out of my house last, night!  Humph! I've kicked out ninny a  one.     Young follow, 1 suppose?  Xo;  past middle age,'  Well, thoso old codgers havo no business coming around courting young  girlsi. ']. would havo" lucked him out  myself.  Yea; but I havo found out sinco that  thin man wasn't, courting my daughter.-  lie was after my mother-in-law. .  l������lllMftMbiftMI>tillllirT,B"  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Care  CARTER'S LITTLE  LI VER PILLS never  fail.   Pure!  nble���������-act '���������  but Gently'  llielivcr.  '   Slop afte  dinner  distress  cureindi-' _.  _  gestion ��������� improve tlie complexion���������-brighten  the eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Ptke.  Genuine number Signature  i  /������*  HIg Rsal Trouble  Tommy's -\unt-- -U'ou'i. you have anothor" pieco of cake, Tommy'.*  Tommy (on a visi'j--Xo, 1 llnink  you,  Tommy'ri Anal���������You seem to be suffering from Ioks of appetite.  Tommy���������That, ain't losr, of appetite, 'What I'm siifTcrini. Ironies po-  litoncHa.  Most children are inclined to bo  afraid of die dark, but nuioa depends  upon the manner in which they have  been taught. Ilegir. early to assure  ttioin that tlioro is noLhiug to fear, and  never allow auy one to tell thcia silly  witch and ghost stories.  W5. COPYRIGHTS &  ^Af  STANLEY LIGI1TF00T  CATCNT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUM3DEU   BUDG.PI^!;") vortONTO,  \VimiTE fOlt TcRMS. M.37IZ.  :\  A Welcome Chanrje  .iloforo you take this house, said the  ���������honest real estate agent,  i wish to  toll you something thut is against it,  ��������� Wiat's tliat.V asked JIoiTrnnmlliiuv.  It's, right next to a boiler shop.  As he took his wallet lo make the  lirst payment, Ilemmandhaw   replied.  Oh, that's nil right! The family I  Jive nt'v'i to has a t-arrol, a phonograph  mid n paii^of twins.  Up to Date  What are you giving your cows now  in the way of galactagogucs? asked the  Irvington professor of the milkman.  Oh, r'u'd tho milkman, who has just  boen graduated from Purdue and is not  to be stumped by a\y 'iUitler College  pedagogue, their sustenance is wholly  of vegetable origin;' rich in chlorophyl  and opulent iu butyraceous finalities:  A pint,, if you please, said tho professor.          ���������   GiUii>J_s.rid the milkman,   Brazil's White "Coat  13razil is the richest country today in  white coat (water power). Tlio l'nll  of tiio lguassu o the frontier of Argentina is cuporior in extent, in height  and in volume to Niagara. The fall of  the IguasMi.'or the Santa Maria, is fifty  meters; that ia sevfiii motors more  than that of Niagara, lis power has  been measured nt t'��������� million horso. It  is Itnovi.'that Uio. fall of Hcte Quodas,  on tho frontier of Paraguay, has about  5 million horsepower, and tiie cataract  of Paulo Alfonso, on the Sao Francisco  Hirer, composed of several falls, bas a  total lovo.l difference of olgh'ty-onc meters and a million horso power.  Willie, \!e.a the Patient  Bmall of statue, pale, and Iroublcd-  Icoklng, "Willie was inclined to .he tho  butt, of his fellow-schoolmates, who  were teasing and worrying him. Who  Is yer doctor?-was a favorhV question  from the' bullies. Willie stood it as  .long as he. could, and then ono day ho  lot go hard &s tlie usual offensive  rpiory was .thing at his diminished  head,  I haven't any doctor at all! remark  cd tlie boy, with calm dignity.  - Then do you  ever  tako any medicine? was the next question.  Political Eccncinji  Tc'.chc-r--Xow,   who can    tell    mo  whal political economy Im'.'  Alike (embryo Tammany sitatcsman)  *���������Cionlr, tho nioi'.l votes for the lennt  tno iv-.v.  What has become ������t the old fashioned Tliun, who washed h.'s face at the.  pump every morning nnd    made  much noise tlint lu:  tlie noxi comity!  could bo hoard  HO  iu  Warts nre  appear when  Corn Cure,  disfigurements 'thnt ills-  lrenl ed ".vlth Uollowny'ri  Popcorn may le nil right nrul cheap  and digoHUblo diou"l; for liroaltl'aat,  a.- tlie itgricilliiiial d..|jailiuoi,L"autho:-  1i!ok jn. hn. llm Kiip.uire n fellow hap-  iu dm in be linnnry'.'  Seme fine uiovalng ynu wlll rend In  lhe papers a idiort iimn to llie effect  thnt the Pniiniiiii cnnal wiu opnnod  yeiiii n In j' ii > i .'1 ih dulii,", a lino bliKlniKf,  Tha' 1; the (IihIIiiiIh ni.y!.i.  A, Turned Crank  WtlJ'i-  -Pinv, what hi n {pinhi.".1  I'llVA-.V/.(-llllIK      is      ll  '   bimci.'.-lllflll  *������i*iif.K. jny :-dn,  A New York man defiorte I hhi wlfo  hfiv.iiai* r'i(' eouhl'nl. innl.o plo ---In  other wordf. bcenuso nho couUln't properly divert lilm.  *  The nicniicnt .tlilt-C in the ono" who  atoli- 157 from tlio Hun PiatielMcn mini.  ' 'i.K'1'oljy initfcliip II. nC'ccsi'Mi'y io rcooinil  5ai(:i!<fi.Ublt, iiuuitlj' Iii coins.  Oh, dou't 1' Willie replied. Father  a dentist, mother's ;. homcopa*', my  oldest sister"*; joiiici' lho ambulance  class, grandn-a gees inad over every  new medicine, and uncle's a vet. Yes,  he added, with a far-, ay look in his  eyes, and they all nrnctiso on mo.'  J. , i  An Artist  JJ^ixLja^mua_ciU]Ljdo_au\^liing_jivith  figures.  What is she? a bookkeeper?  'No,   She's  a dressmaker.  ' Material Evidences of the Past  It'had been said that-history was the  written order of tr.:ngs. No doubt,  whnt had-been written was of enormous-value, but. it "was not all, and oven  where wc had a literature of tlio past  it was in sor. cases not tho greater  part of what conveyed tho past to us.  Where should we "oe in tlie understanding of Ilio ancient Creeks if there were  no statuary aud no sculpture? ITow  could we understand their magnificent,  sense of accuracy, precision and refinement if there wero no architecture  to study'.'' Many years ago, with regard to the great .question of the 13-  st oration of tlio Parthenon, tho objection wns mndo that no person could  ever got to know .veclsely how'the columns were pul together, lb thought  It was only a question of measurement  und ho bought a lathe in Athens nnd  (lid some careful measuring. To his  intense siirprisp-he found lie could not  detect the error*, There wore none,  no thought he was going 'io deal with  tenths of an inch, but lie found he had  to deal wl(h lmnili'Odilis. How  the (Ireek.^ did it ho did not understand, lie could not. comprehend tlio  physical means of doing ir on lhat  scale. Thai, was only an- instance of  how much building could touch thcni.  Who could appreciate' the accuracy, the  sense of perfection, aud the sense of  beauty, it wo had not these material  remains? Then, if they looked a littlo Inter, let them consider how miserable was ihe greater part, cf tho  histories of Uio emperors', What did  they understand of Home? They understood the Coliseum���������the majesty of  it and the cruelty of if���������they could understand the niagnilicent temples,,fho  great, architecture, and they could see  from 'that, what liomo was far belter  than by reading nli the imperial historians. And if they looked a little, later, what was there in the whoK  writings ,of the Thirteenth century  which gave them aiuO a perfect picture  of tiie mediaeval mind as Salisbury  Cathedral? lie ventured to givo theso  as illustrations of ih- value of the material civilisation of tho people because  lie thought they could ascertain and  feel and kno'iv about tho civilization of  winch Ihey had material remains. They  enabled tliem to understand {lie feelings, sentiments, and ideals of those  bygone men from their literature. The  question of material evidences might  seem a dead and dull thing, but he ventured to think thoy wero as mucii. a  key to the'mental designs and powers  as any other form of expression.���������Prof.  Minders Pelrie in address io Authors  Club, London'.  Minard's Liniment  'tires Diphtheria.  4  .22   CARTRIDGES  IeOndcd with Black ov Smokeless Powdct  Winchester Cartridges and Winchester Rifles are:  made in the same factory and tested together.   Hence  the best results are always obtained when* they arc used  with each other.   Moreover, the.knowledge .obtained in  the manufacture of firearms, gives the Winchester Company} an advantage ih makinc" cartridges for all hinda cf  rifles, as tbey know their requirements.   Winchester .2.1s,  both black and smokeless, are made in all ni.us of this  -caliber and will surely give the best results in your  rifle.   The smokeless cartridges are loaded with Grease-  less Bullets, which do not soil the hands or clothing'.  FOR THE  FARMERS  Can always make sine cr getting tho  highest    prices    for    WHEAT,    .OATS.  BARLEY ancl KLAX, by chipping tlie'lr car    lots to    FORT    WILLIAM    AND.  WORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b;. -A  . -  -  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS''AGENTS'   "  ADD::ESS"70C.-703 Y.,-GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  . Some men are. born good: others  liavo goodness thru,.-L upon them by  their wives.  Small Urchin (lo the owner of the  horse whicli ought to have been eat'n  meyt);-'-Does yer want mc t-> 'old 'im,  guv'nor?  Tho'Ow'ner���������iS'o, thnnkp. ITo won't  run away,   .,'  Small L'rehiu���������I didn't mean to hold  'Iin fast ho's ho.won't run nwuy. '  mount to hold lilm up no's ho won't  drop. A '    ���������  To Moxii'o once a R'ny vou.  With a nolo to the grout prcUilont  Ilo arrived a wool! late.  ���������And he found tlrt tho slate  Waa run by a different gent.  Pile v.'as s-itoin nnd must have  weighed nearly "uO poui'idn. Slio wan  lonrnlin.; roller Hluitlug, when sho had  the jiilHfortinii? to fall. Several attendants rushed to her nido, but wero  unable to raiwo her ut once.' Ono  mild liootliiiigly:  ��������������� We'll get you up all light, madam.  I'm not bo nUniioil.  Oli��������� I'm not nhii'iiioil at ail, but . u.ir  floor j;i so terribly lumpy.  And then from inniiirnon  voice which iinlil: [  1 nm nn iilloniliini.  Rinnll  lump,  Ih ca ni"  mn nf,t  Revenue,  In   nitn'tiird  plilhllTi',  ! t nlH'iiyii order thom  Vou belle re  doclor'.'  .M:'li. Ih.flioi  fov pnlleiitfl who ''all me nut In  iiiliti'.ln in" fho night when Miere'ii  llilii!? lho unifier with 'inn.  the  im-  WStm  BOe. u box or six box*c for $2.50,  5. cl! dealers, or 'Hie Doildu Medicine Conuwny, Limited,   Toronto.  Csn.-.d-j.      ���������'    Htinill Daughter ������������������ ��������� UV namt idiool  time Mul l'vo nilulald my i.i'nKr.ipliy.  Cull n red '.\lotlier---Well, loll nn-  wlmi tlio ItiHiioii Iri about find, I'll write  out the ni'.sv.vr for you to learn.  ii'iiiall Huuiilitei'-- Tlio lulccu of  Africa.  C'.ulliu'c.i] Mother ���������������������������Uni-or-lf you've  n.Inlaid your ^ooip'aphy, you cnruliw.  child, you can just. hu. t, till you llnd  if.  A piiiii>iiopiii'i' it i ,n .silo a.A.s ������il.'i. ���������  people uncjiloini in order that ho mny  amu'.vr limn hini!-:������dl'. lin In inoiit.  phllni'.nphleat  wlien olhCVK (ii'i.1 llllluili-  l'l'.  ">kill   . Labor  lie ���������walked into tho employment  agency wcuriri? a smite a I born-tired  look, as well as a few other tilings.  Any vacancies for a man liko mo?  lie askod, as ho nrrunsed himself comfortably along the counter.  What is your trade or profession?  My trade or profession, he repeated, yawuiiiff. Is a eoronui'ion programme seller.  I seo! said the clerk drily. Xo, we  have uothliif; in that line open just  now.  I'd lako something ol.o If il. suited  mo and [.ili-ughl I could do it properly, you know! he wont on. mukiiif. himself moro coml'or' " '���������* on tho counter.  As for instaiuM-:','  , Wc-U, replied tin? horn-l.ired, T would  no;! niiinl calllni? out tlio names of tho  stations on beard an Atlantic llnerjior  somctlilnp, of that sori!  Not Guilty  A MaHt'iifichiiiiotls inlniitoi* was  makliiK his fii'Hi visit to KruM.uoky ser-  oral yearn aso. Ho hud lo spend the  nlshL in n small mountain town whore  l'"' 'h ninl inoiiiudiliie r-rllls abounded.  Kn;i,'iu.liiti' in conversation wllh one of  the natives, he mild: My frlond, this  Ih a .very bibulous i-lale, J heiir.  Lord! replied tho man; thero hain't  twciity-llvo Hlbhis in all Kentucky,  ,'lolm  Uliirk. nxoil    chdily-lwo,   hns  boon placed in clairK'e of tho ii'U'iOiiul  botnnhi  ii'ardi'iui,   Wasblimltiii,' a  job)  he (h'cliiied fourteen years uu;o, I  Hon Curios Morin l.ynch, iu!iilsiei*;  of .oroltffi nfi'ali'H of t.'lilll, hii'< been1  prcHcuted with llie croi.,- of tho Hue-  l'cil Treasure.(in bohali' of the eiu|ieror  of .liipaii. 'I'lio honor was coin'errcil  owlip.; lo bin Hoi'vlci-H In ihe approach-  niciit Iiotwoijii the two nailoim.  John AtaoVIckar, (lie   Hpcclulliit   Inj  iniinh'Ij.iil v.overiiiiioiit, L\ a iiutlve of  Caniuln.      Ho Horvoil  iwo  tci'iun  im  niayor of Men Mohui', whore tho 'Men!  Miiliiei-'  hlnu' (ii'li;iu:itcil, mul  i.-. nov,-!  niuiiibC'r of the city council and sup-;  o.lnleililejjf   Of     I lie     ih]iai'lliH!llt     01*,  ;drecti' ntul public. Improvements.  th'Ue.al Carlo Ciinevn. on whom the  Auritrallan enipcror recently poafu'i'fd  u'lilli'li decoration, commanded the  Unit i.'.\-pn]|l!i*ii of Ilulliiii tronpn '������  Tripoli In 1011 niu! wild th first governor of tlui new lli'Jhiii colony on  Hi,, ii.ivi|,,,v���������    ,,,|.|(ii-   nf    Africa,   Iff  holds iho highest rank in tho tinny  niu i* ilie iii Hi1, fiita.'u'f. lu<i> i'i' 'b'-if  urtilo d'i.ia:rcllo.'  Why.  Indeed?  ���������.^-ficiia-in_ca-]jtain^ad_be4ai_l(ic.tui'i  ��������� Ing his new recruits at some length  on 'The Duties of a Soldier.   At last  lie thought the timo had como to iind  .out just what he had accomplished.  Casting his eye over the room, he  fixed ic on Private Murphy as his first  victim. Private' Murphy) lie asked,  why should a soldier, be.ready to die  for his country':  The private scratched his head for  a while; then an ingratiating smile  ilittod across his face. Sure, enptaiu,  ho said, pleasantly, you're quite right,  Why should he'.'  THE.  OLD    RELIABLE  CUNARD   LINE  kstahushrd isto  CANADA TO EUROPE (direct)  Carrying One Class Cabin (II) and Third Class  In tlio cabin,(ll) pas.sonsors'have tlie best accommodations lit Second Class  rales,   C'onifiirL anu economy'combhiftd.  S.S. ANDANl'A and ALAUNIA  New 1313���������13.400 Tons Each.    Newest Vessels In the Canadian Service. '  MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS -  Lounge, Gymnasium, Drawing  Room,   Smoking    Room,    Open    and    Covered  Promenades, Spacious Staterooms, , .--  "S.S. ASCANIA and AUSONIA  --   10.CCO TONS (New 1911)-, -   8,000 TONS (New ,1909)  The Cuniircl JjIiic lias Iohr boon famous for Uie comfort anil luxury of ils p.'.v  FcntiiT n'econnnodntlon, and in tliii', aa In other respects, (Sic slciuncrw  In tlio Canadian service maintain the highest reputation ot'^tho Company  SPECIAL"CHRISTMAS SAILING    :,  FROM   PORTLAND   TO   LIVERPOOL     (VIA      QUEENSTOWN)     ALAUNIA,  DECEMBER 11th  ���������* From-Poi-tland-lo-bondon-(vla-Plynioutli)r^USONlA,-De<u_33.   FOR   PARTICULARS   OF  THE   COMPANY'S    SAILINGS.   ANO    SERVICES  FROM   MONTREAL,  PORTLAND,. BOSTON. AND  NEW    YORK    APPLY*  TO  ANY  RAILROAD  OR STEAMSHIP AGENT  OR  -������������������   THECUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED, 301 Main Street. Wlnnlpefl  Kc-nd for booklet. Medilorranean,  Ksyplian, Adriatic Cruises  .   ���������   A  ' James (darted ids thim nolpliiff of  puddlrij. with delislu. Onco upon a  timo, James, adinonishcd hln mother,  there wat a little boy who ate too  mucii puddlnp; and he burst!!  .Tames considered There ain't no  Biich thing as too much pudding, he  decided. "  Thoro must be,.)contendod his mo'ili-  or, elso why did tiie little' boy burst?  .Tames passed his phi to for the  fourth time,. sayinK: Not enough boy!  Nothing Left   ',  lioportor���������I would like to Ret somo  details of yesterday's woddlnj;'.  jUrs, Parvenu���������I'm sorry, hut evory-  thing Is eaten up,  J Ffiw  A Tooter  linns in the paraih  today. Is  ho :i member' of the baud now?  No, indeed; the regular cornutlst Ik  sick and���������  As J sec; merely KiibBlMooting, eh?  EDDY'S  "2 in 1" and "3 in 1"  Washboards  Just  aa cjofiil  Eddy'"  Matches  as  No other   Washboards   have   the,  zinc crimped by 'lie method peculiar to  EDDY'S Washboards.  This patented  process    eliminates  tlie  dantier    of    torn    linens���������the  abuse of hands���������tho unpleasantness  ot wash-day.  It assures lomfort nnd economy to  the   greatest    degree.    Insist    on  EDDY'S.  Hard to Please  Matron���������Uaby is crying, Mary,     I  oxpect ho want a IiIb bottle.  Mary���������I iust give it to him, mum,  Matron��������� Did you?   Then  1 expect  ho doeim't want 11.  Business  Hamlet -TVhy la it, Simon, that,  thev always havo bloodhounds In an  Uncle Tom's Cabin show?  Simoon I.eproo���������To find tho man-  np,-cr on fr-aliiry days, my boy.  A dors  worms.  somollines rpcnk louder,than  , Keeping a'Secret  Agnes---Can yon keep a secret?  Emtna���������Well, to bo frauk, dear���������no,  i can't.  ��������� Affiles���������Then IM better tell you lhat  Georgo and I aro to bo married noxt  month.  Somo men try to console themselves  Avltlv tho thought that they could bo  hotter It' thoy tried,  Tho tfuhi princo wlm ls paying Ids  wny ut, Harvard vrorltlufj ao a waiter  hns 1he right kind ai utufC i" lilm mid  may bo a PuUninn por'cer sorno duy,  mmmmttwmmmmmammmm  Vny  Hit. Record  W'hlow  Uanhii\wiy's,  r.  Silver Lhiltifls  Th.f- iiomVa wind in  cliiiuh! brliiir,  That there's im gllail-B  't,\I":t Mi : Iliiwei'.'.  No l.itu.  luul  ihnn;-  mul'iil  iierh  hlni hlihhn.  le   hlirt I'ni'liiii.i rt> illilntjilij  lint porno jov.i left to I'lii-o I  Ol'  ]Mlill.'  ro l'art Ihn vain  r.iinnliliif  I    ,    ..������.!.       1 1        . a   ('Hid, did lie?  Ray- -N'u, bul In- lefl lm  \ II' 11   he   Willi  Lil.'i.  Hi barren that wo may not  > i  ainhh't ibu iiia'.u-i  i (r.'  una  ���������I'li.n  Tommy Wanted *.r>  Know  Tommy v.ar. luivii.*. n ciult-l tall  ,i  litaile  lli:   St!  llg,  . !:im-  .llll  1 IT,  v.h!  ii.  V.llll  V'h-  Hi,  ���������!".���������; r-  illid  A'..iii;t. th'' only  work oveitii.ii: L-  ity.  nonlie   [hnt f.ill.-i li  did Miir. OppTluil-  W. N. U. 070  J'ily and help are lhe- rt-adll-  Ml'.s in i<iii i' ', i a rlvat,  ."t In-  Siiii-ytalned men e:-:tito f'.'.o.inntnn'  ina'.Ji.  hi.-, in'..!!,-.".'.     II,  Mr,  .links   mni'i'led   Mil.  I'lo'll' ''   ������������������'���������'I'Oi'l  ,'().)"  1"  Ifi  ly,     Tnii'iiiy iliniii;hl   a  then n?hi*il:  Mi'il.ir, v,hy did yiu marry, dad?  Toniii.y. 1 married *.our fatlur'l.e-  cans* Iii- unveil mo lior.i dr.iv.'alii;:, replied lilf iiiot'fior.  I,- t'i*i' v.1 by il'id"'-' niwny.-' f--7Jf?���������*-��������� me  not to I- ai'u hov. I'j s������'..;;u? nald ftohn-  ny.  1'bo  \)0ii  Al L H  :!rA'|a?  /cr. lo.ts  IWIAKE certain of complete success in your concrete work  'V* by ahvays using  Canada portend cement  Wc ore supplying Cuaditn farmen witli lite higliett quality of Portland Corneal it h powibk  lor human fkiiho mate.  Wo have reduced tlie price of Canada Portland Cement until it ii witliin yourraacli for practically  every purport.   It ������the ouly building material tliat ii not incrcating in coit.  Be sure to ask for Canada  Cement, in bags.  Canada Cement Company Limited. Montreal       "%  y t*uh*\t ttiUiutiotJa ftuti.fi ������f"iWaS(,\ff,tn*"-.'.t-iifn -i-M Ct-.;rt!t%"-.vr':,-;t;rhfin.uiit*  DtftrtMtnt nnd set an/.   It's * 0m^leUJir^>.tnal ^turtle tn;y:!*iejiti.  )^&<������^ttt,<\<*!rte$^  .mmJitairstl^.'jt(.~ZijmJ:, ��������� m/mlllA Ui. ���������.-* .a*;*  ': ��������� -      aa,';'  nf>  THE 'N'EWR. ClTjnrOTT.AXT). Vi. C  HAD PAINS IN BACK,  mjm CHEST  Suffered   for     Weeks, ' but "Finally  ' Found a Quick,* Sure Relief.  ii  CURED QUICKLY BY "NERVILINE'  NV. stronger proof of the wonderful  merit of Norvllino could he produced  than tho It tier of Miss Lucy Moslicr,  wlio for yours has been a woll-Juiown  resident of Windsor, N.B.  "i wcinl to add my unsolicited testimony (o the ellleaey or yonr wonder-  Jul liniment, 'Non-illno.' 1 consider  U tho bost.r&ihecly for a cold. Boro  fhroiil, wlieculns 'liyhtnes? in the  <'host, olc, npd can s.nlo that for  yours* onr homo has never been without.' Nerviline. 1 had a divr.dful attack of cold, that -settled ou niy chest,  Mint. four.oon different remedies could*  'i'i break up ' ] rubbed on Nerviline  throe llnie_ ������ day, vised Norvllino as  a ijarplo, ami wns completely restored.  1 havo induced dozens ol* my friends  to iiko Nerviline, and thoy are nil de-  liU'hlod. wllh Its wondoiTul" power over  pnin aud sickness.  ''Vou aro. at liberty to publish thiss  signed letter-, which 1 hope will show  Mio way io health to mnny that need  to uso-Norvllino.    ��������� ���������    ���������  (Signed)      "LUCY  JIOSHKR."  All sorts of ae.h'es, pains, and suffer-  Jiiets--lii(Griifil aiid external���������yield to  Norvllino. Accept no substitute.  J-arwo. family' size boliles, GOc: trial  size, 2oO. lit all. deal era, or lho Cat anv  ���������hozoiio Co., Buffalo, N.Y., and King-  sion, Out.  Famous British Echoes  'Outsldo Shipley Church, in Sussex,  Is an echo whicli repeats twenty syllables in tho most remarkable maimer.  ��������� Tho -famous echo at, ��������� Woodstock,  when awakened, answers no fewer,  than 11 fly times.  Tn the Whispering Gallery of St.  raid's-cathedral tho faintest sound is  faithfully convoyed fi'-m ono sido of  Vlie .dome to the other, but cannot ho  5'.earn at any intermediate point.  In Gloucester Cathedral a sullery of  ������n- octagonal form conveys! a whisper  ' ".a 1'cct across tho nave.  WOMAN'S. POOR WAGES  Sixty-four Cents for Fifty-five" Hours'  .   Work, Then Fined Twenty-four  .    Cents  How urgent is tho necessity' for an  increase in tho staff of women inspectors in Knglaud, is shown In a  report of tlio Woman's Trado Union  League, from which tho following particulars'aro "culled:'*     ���������    '; -  In a weaving mill a sirl eighteen  years',.of ago, who 'earned (M cents for  a week's, work of llfty-flvo hours, was  lined "71 cents for bad woric, Vov talking' at thetibwprk eighteen girls were  fined ,,-18 conti tacli. In a cellar factory workers were clmrsed 10 cents  fr.'.* cotton which they can buv outsl.'e  for 1 cent. Thoy avo lined 4 cents  for loavin-j,' n neodlo in tholr work, .f  Factory sir-la who were working  from nluo Ull six wero compelled to  tako homo bundles. Sometimes.they  worked liii' ten and eleven o'clock,  (lli'ls loavo lho factory to work at  ni������ht in tho employer's pvivalo liouse.  Women packor**. who worked on tho  wound Iloor with tho door open, sometimes hit their linger inntead of tlio  nails, thoy wore so cold. Girls stand'  all day. in damp placos, partly in the  open air, and havo their hands in cold  water all day. Tly*.ir hand.? aro sb  covered witli sores and chilblains as  io ho almost useless,  Girls making medicated' lone-ages  woric in a room full of fumes. fa  ono case the workers kept crockery oh  tho cloak-room Iloor, v/hich is swept  fo'urfimos a day. ��������� lt, is then carried  into tho dlniiiR-rbom, whoro there aro  no moans of washing it, Ih rooms  full of fumes girls have to oat lunch  at .he bench whoro they work,  Tlio report pointed out'that there  has bocn no real increase in tho staff  of, women inspectors since WOS, although tho number ���������of women1, workers has increased i'roni about 1,500.000  to nearly 2,000,000.   '���������  Very Sl,w  y.y.. dear, said Mr. Hickers to his  wife, f saw in the papers today a decision of a Virginia court that the  wife may,' in some cases, bo tiio head  ot tbo'family.  John Henry, replied Mrs. Jliekors,  lho courts arc sometimes very slow in  finding out things.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  ���������OiiIj,_tiro^ttreTtnlay~'J7Tra~T\nwOT  ������liat moved inc.to tears.'  - llow did it move you so"?  I wept because 1 couldn't yet at the  author.  , A Fire Alarm  ilo declared ho burned wiih lovo Tor  Lucy.    " \ ,  "What happened?  Iler father put him out,  TJino after time have .1 soon inherit-  Til lauds or monoy bring the recipient  H) poverty, debt and the poorhouse;  hut money earned by honest labor, and  wisely invested, stayed for a comfort  in old age,  Fur better a barren farm wir.h pure  ;*ir, than fho dirty, noisy ciiy. whero no  ftius cures if you starve to donlh. Liny  Un ncro of.ground, and livo in a store-  !>ox ilrst! Most fai'inors need 'hands, so  'you aro sure of work,  Miller's Worm Powders wlll drive  worinii from tho sysioui without Injury  to tho chllil. Tho powders nre no easy  to tako thai; (ho most dolicato stomach can nsHlmilato thom mid welcome  thom ns .poedy casern of pain, bo-  miiiRo they promptly hill tho worniM  that, cause tlio pain, and thus the suffering of tlio child Is rclloiod,-, With  ' ho sterling a remedy at. hand no child  -should suffer an liour from v/enns.  A DoartJInfJ Hou__ Poet  1 I'.avo a vague yen riling for bomo-  filing,  murmured   lho  p,vt.   A  count suit ye.v���������'iilii|. for com. thin;; 1 know  not, what. .  Maybe ll,',. prunes, .iir.P sled lho  uympiithulln landlady. "Wo haven't  had nny in a Ion.; llmo.  Clergyman ditto como to wii'Iid-.-"  Your liulghhor Smlili says niy sermons  are rubbish.  li'iiniior���������Ah\ yo i.ccdii'. mind lilm,  nlr; IkVh merely a mouthpiece for  nltu'i' fo'lkn       ,   .  CIRCULAR TAWS OF  PAPER  England Finds They do   the    Finest  0 Wood Work  The latest use for pnper-is perhaps  che most; peculiar, A factory in England manufactures circular saws from  paper. These paper saws aro used  ror the manufacturing of; fine furniture,  veneer, and other thin phites'"ot wood  which must bo treated with special  care. ' Somo time ago" circular saws  made from drawing pa;*cr woro shown  ii'i an Kngllslt exposition. Tho saws  wero driven by an electric motor and  produced lino boards, whicli -could not  liavo boon made better by tho Iinest  slccl saw. The veneers made in this  way "aro said to bo so smooth lhat the  cabinet makers can two thcni,-without  ImiUiaiLpianiiifj���������  What Stunted Emerson  J-jmerBon's period of literary production might havo beon considerably  longer had ho - folio*-cd tlio lisht-  broakfufct. regime advocated by Tho  Lancet. In one of Sir. II. J. Warner's  loiters to his wlfo lie writcti: Wo aro  all human and wo all m-ed cheering  cups���������but no pic at breakfast! It  was pie at brokafas'. tliat broke down  Emerson pcrmalu'ely; :.o human being, however well, can livo long and  koop Ids mind unclouded on pie at,  broakfant. 'Kmereon lnst his minder memory���������at r mucii earlier period  than ho would havo boon likely to lose  It owiiifi-'to tho vicious habit of plo'at  broakfiis't.  1 Vou nay a pedestrian has rights tho  hjiiio as ti motorcar'? asked tho (juor-  uIohb pornon.  Certainly, replied tlio policeman.  Woll, niobbo ho has, Iml I can't'help  wondering what would happen lo me  if I wont along t'iu r,tr:o(s making tho  snmo kind of noise, "  Remembered Him  Jilil your iiuiilo remember you when  he caino to iiuiko I in will?  Yen, , tin rmiHMiilji'i'i'i! nio no woll  thai ho loft my iiuur out ultogahcr,  ������l V^^v/f ft  Mn lias solved ib_ servant girl problem.  Thai  ho'.'      How?  She's decided io du tlie work herself.  Internal Evidence  At a certain colleen custom ordain,! flint at oxaiidniillon timo each  nf iho candidate', Hliall wrllo tho following plcdgi-n at tho bottom of hits  papers:  I horoby declaio, on my honor, that  V havo neither /���������.'/''���������on nor roceivod tut-  slstanci! during tlio examination.  Now, recently II' i<o bapi'.'iied that  n young follow" ni'tcr handing in one  of lho papciH, suddenly remembered  tluil in hiu liaslo lie laid oin ll tod to  wrllo Hi.-) cnilli, On lho following duy,  therefore, ho soiighl. out ono of the  (.'.xamliici'ti, aud told him that ho bad  forgotten to pm. tho required plodgo  on Ida paper,  Tho old mail lnokul al lilm over  tho top of bin gliisHCti and dryly re-  piuvlicil: (Julio uuiiiiiioHHnry. Vour  paper In Ilticli' in wiilleleiii, ovldence  and I've Jum been correct In?: |i.  Wlndmli'. Drummer-Vou 'don't object to clly iirthirs roaming uhoiit  hon.'i Ymi way thoy impruvo llm  appcai'iiiure of >our ulocl;.  J|,iiriiiei' Iliii'dapplo���������lly hook, yen.  Ouo dropped n tubo of gold pulnt, the  old,cow uio 11 and now nho in going  around upwilng f.olil-lllloi'l icetli.  j Partially Ansv/ered  , la that part of Kansas wlioro they  need rhia, certain church congregations have unitod to petition for It.  Didn't I seo your husband going to  church today? ouo Kansas woman Inquired of another.  Yos. ho wont to ask for rain.  His faith must be prot,ly strong,  Yes, ho wore his raincoat and took  his overshoes and his oldest umbrella,  It. didn't rain!     " ���������  - No; but lie brought back a lnuoli  bettor umbrella 'Aan the ono lie look  away. ��������� ;   .  Poor Pa!  leather���������You must know, sir, that  my daughter will got nothing from mo  until my death.  Suitor���������Hi, that's all right: i Imvo  enough, lo llvo .on for Iwo or tlirco  yea rs! ,  More Noise  I'm going io shut, an anli-iioiijo  socialitin. said tho mn:-. who is ahv  promoting soniethiv.j  Uow will you go about it?  .  Woll, lho llrsl. thing- is tu got  public   Interested.      I   havo  aire,  engaged half a doixn t-'peakcrs nn  brass band.  ns-  .'ays  lhe  .idy  il a  A WOMAN'S  HELPLESSNESS  Cured Tf.ro.igh the Rich, Red Blood  Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills  0  Actually   Make  Thousands  cf  womon -suffer  from j scratched his head"for a row minutes"  headaches, backachen, dizziness,   languor and nervoufiiesb*.    -Vow realize  How the Stars. Ran  -An. old German was in,tho witness  box tho other day end a lawyer was  cross-examining lilm as to tho position of Ilio door, window, and so forth  ���������in a houso, where a crime liad beon  commuted.  -And now, sir, went on the lawyor.  kindly describe to tho court just how  the stalls run in that ;houso.  Tho old man    looked    daxed   and  that tlmir misery all comes from the  bad slate of tholr blood. Thev lake  one thing for their head, another for  tholr. stomach and a third for their  nerves* , And yet. all'tlio-while it is  hlmply their- blcod that, is tho cause  of all, tho trouble. Or. Williams1  Pink Plllrf will curo becauso thov .ici-  How tho stairs run? he repeated.  Yes, if you ph-ase, how  the Stairs  run? said the lawyer.  ������ Volt,  ventured tho    witness    slowly, vln I am oop-stair-.. thoy run down,  and vou I am down-stairs they run up.  Au Englishman, oa holidays. c'was  driving around tho county Tippormy  ono warm day, whon'ho ciimo across  a farmer selling potatoes, Thinking  of having,n jolce'with him, ho began:  / Well, Pat, what aro you planlliig?  Praties, ������ir,..sald Pa..  Do you think potatoes v/ill come up?  asked tho l-higlishman.  Of course, saiu Pat.  Why, f set onions last, year ia our  garden and carrots camo up, said tlio  Phiglishman.  Oh! said Pat; T sot an acre of turnips last year in that Held over there  and do you know- what came up?  No, "replied  tho TCiigllshmnn.  Mike   Murphy's  old . black   donkey,  Pen, Chisel and Brush  Senor Gambon, Mexican minister of  foreign affairs, is not only ri diplomat?  but an author of distinction, lie, ia a  novelist, publicist and writer of memoirs, and one of his best known works  is his extensive memoirs of his diplomatic career.  Charles Grafly, select ed lb model  t.ho statue to the pioneer mother as  tho, central figure of- tho line arts department, of the Panama-Pacific International exposition, is a native of Philadelphia and has boen awarded numerous exposition medals for his work.  A, C. Watt.-the distinguished Hric-  ish painter, is'a medalist of ':ho Royal  Institute of Painters in Water Color.  Ilia recent painting,' now in A\o \ios-  session of the 'Pule?, of Portland, last  year "won the diploma of honor, open  to all Europe, for, the best pictures of  (lower gardens.  EVIL EFFFCTS 0?  CARELESS EATING  When depressed, blue', bilious mul  out of sorts you may'' attribute tills  condition "to poison in tlio blood, resulting from careless eating���������eating  too much, eating (oo quickly or eating  what does not agree. .  For' throo or four days thoro arc  looseness of tho bowels, llcklo appetite, acute indigestion and nil-gone  foolliiKS. Hfll'cioncy Is lowered, busii-  noss deals aro spoiled, pie ./aires',tre  interfered Willi, and tho sick spell mny  prove dreadfully expensive to you.  Hy using Or. Chase's Kldney-Llver  Pills a������' soon as trouble'is apparent  such an attack may bo cut; short, und  regular healthful act Ion cf the dlROiil-  Ivo o.|.ans quickly restored, No trout-  mont. so promptly cleanses t.ho interim, and excretory organs, and themliy  rids tho body of poisonous waste nml;-  U-r. The digestive system resumes  Its natural functions, and visor and  onoi'Ky aro restored to mind nml body.  A frlond of Sir Waller Lnnd-wr.  who accompanied lilm to Konsliiglon  nuisoimi on tho llrsl-occasion of its exhibition by RafillK'hl, relates tliat f,iind-  soor stoppod short boforo hln Junto  picture, 'A Visit to Waterloo," T  must have been mad when I painted  that, ho said, and walking up to tlio  picturo- ho phicod his bund over llie  part which had attracted critlclmu.  An ullondunt policeman shouted Ids  polil.i; I'iiuliuii; Now, then, lake yiuir  hiniilH off, there! My pood mum imld  Hlr hid win. I wur merely rcniarlilni.  how bad that wnt. Then why ilnn'i,  you p'o und do !u>iler? said Iho polli'i:-  mnii, who had no idea to whom lie  wuu Hpi'iikliiK.  Al the fciK't of the vlrlucn, it wus  iiojoiwiiry to Iiitrii.'ituvi (Inilltiuln lo  (it'iioro'iUy, I'or limy had never mot  before.  ,i  ,"i  Ar.d-i'.ow?  Now I havo lo.  An Exception  Oocs liko always prndiu-o like?  Of course.  Thou why is poor health produced,  rl eh food?  Back H   uletl ,  ���������Ts he a man you can trust?  1 should say '>o wa:'.   ' Vou can always trust liim for ci cry tiling lu> _,o(s  if you want lo.  Then rnd Now  |    Uefoi'o  I  married my  wife  l( coijld  millv in.,1-,,���������������������������-,ii.WViT r.i"''-"���������": A'sleu to her   vuien    for    hours   arid  uan.  m.iue no*>\, xle: reft hlood, wiiieu| hours  roaches every orsar. and overy nerve  in tho body, carry ing" wiih it a new  health and new 8trenj.Hi. Mrs, Wm.  Acorn, Chariot tetown, P.K.I.. savs:  "l-ieforo 1 beaan the uso of Pr. Williams' Pin], Pills I was on.* oAtlio most!  miserable women living. I'or moro  than threo years-1 livej life or con-!  slant dread. I was takim. weak spells' ''.v  so lhat I could not he left alone. It' I  walked from one room to another my  hoar! would palpitalv so \'ioloutly ihat  I feared 1 would di *. .1 was continually sending for thb doclor, who told  mo I laid no blood nd that my nerves  word shattered Notwithstanding liis  treatment I did nol Ret any bet lor.' .1  could not. keep anylhin*. Jii my stomach, and the least I bin., would -make  me sick. Thc.i my trouble was complicated with rheumatism, wliich became so bad thai, I had to be lifted  like a child, and th. pain was almost  unbearable. I was in this deplorable  condition wlu.n my husband road of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, aud pot,, mo  a supply. When I had taken half a  dozen boxes 1 .felt much hotter, and  could go about lho liouse. 1 kept on  taking'the Pills until I had used  twelve boxes, am'. I cantrul say they  made mo a, well woman. Indeed I  do not. think " would bo living now  but for Or. Williams' Pink Pills. I  wish 1 could porsui'.di every woman  who is-sick to follow my example, for  1 have proved Uiey will cure the most  desperate eases, and 1 consider myself  a Uviajr witness of thiei fact." =  Vou can ;.or, these Pills through any  medicine dealer or by mail post paid.,  at 50 cents a box or a: boxes i'or  SL'.i'O from The Or. Williams' Medicino  Co.^lircekville, One.  Help for Asthma. No-.loot. rIvos  asthma a yreat advantage. ' The Iron-  hie, onco it has secured' a foothold,  fastens lis grip on, the bronchial pas-  sanos tenaciously. , Dr. ,'f D. Koll-  ogst's Asthma Remedy-is daily curing  cases of asthma cf lon.; standlhs.  Vears of sufferiii*., however, alight  havo boen.prevented had the remedy  been used when-tlio trouble was in its  first stages.' Do not neglect asthma,  but uso this preparation a', once.  s  us to  Style  Kit -aiul  Durability  is assured  by pure bus ing w ���������  "PERRIN"  GLOVES  Ai lending dealers, every wher*  . J!y son,, said file father, who was  somewhat addicted to moralizing, this  is the ago of specialties and specialists. Is ihero anything you can ilo  better than any ono else in tho world?  "������������������-Yelli, thir, lisped tlio. small boy; I  can read my own writing.  This i's a great age.  What has struck you now?  ���������  -Thb fac". lhat so many doctors  successful    without;     whiskers,  wasn't, so thirty years ago.      "   -  are  It  dr- wore a nockf 2 Paming  The hull was in the lot.  ���������  Oh, ho camo,down all right, nil  The cross' ..onotos tho spot.  oil.  right!  What fortune has Miss Polly?  Rho says lior face is her fortune.  Woll.-it has too many bad features  to make a good inveslmcn':.  1    have!  ^ M": Pa !Y MAflll ir-lvyvL'-l.t-rt���������ll^T-:   \>-J-_.t7 L���������1 ClfcH^ UV.-I I���������-Jt-tZ .t\J~t-  only married . me-    hecauso  money.  Jiubby���������T didn't. .T aiarriod you he-  cause' I thought you'd let mo 'have  somo 01' "iv.        :- -  You're a'mean old Indian giver,  Said Genevieve to Jack,  Vou .are my   .11, th ��������� lo/er vowed,  .  And then ���������it is lo laugh---  Tlie girl who was his nil, he bogged  To be his bettor half.  Vou seem fo he very intimate with  tho Oigbys, i didn't know you had  moc them.  I haven't niol them, , 1 patronize  their dressmaker. .  Aye, money talks, a.; you can seo  [ heard it on Iho ily.  Tho onlyATiir.g it, said lo mo  Was simply, 'tin: goudbyo!'  Lost   '  Amos Pinchol. (and probably others)  tells this i'lory:  Jn lho wur I fought nnd bled for my  coun try, said lhe old geiu'ral, and lost  all 1 had, save, honor, And when tho  Mar was over J ".'ent into polities-, und  lost all 1 hnd savi-d In tiie war,  'I'-oi���������evuiy-i.-iSTs-Tyoir^gnirTiTf)       a  Vou insist ou tukiif.. back.  Lea���������Sweetheart, 1 cannot express  my emotions for yon,  Marion���������Why don't yoii'try the parcel post':'  Ada was asked !f she believed in the  divining rod.  Cerrainly sho replied. Look at'the  hot. water wo found wiih tho twig of  iii: apple tree! -  Father's Dilemma  How's tho family? a fond parent  a sited.  Well, my children arc at a dillicult  ats'.  now.  DltliciTll? Why they're all passed  the measles and tec-thing stage, have  lliey not?  Long ago, Rui you don't know a  father's .troubles!. My ulilldruii arc  al. Iho ago whoro if T used slang my  wire says I'm setiini. a bad example;  and if I spoal; eorroclly, tho kids  think I'm a bind; iuiihIk r. Whluh  would you do?  .ITo who is satisfied wllh a llllh* never gi>ln niimli move, be It ndh'.iou,  crops, or monoy.  Amerh-'aiiH do not  ihlnk for themselves���������-still loss fo.''othors, The,*,  pay  to  d.j their  thinking  for  Imponulblft  Slloiiri1 hi gold, iau'l. it','  Of cour  1.  Then I whdi tVy would Invenl i.'n".v>  now kind nf doid'h'try thut eoiihl II'I  a womauYi mouih villi l.\  ^jpf'/y -5  Aro yon .cue of t!;o.-.s lc whom  evcry \v,sA Is another source of  suffcilng?  ���������  Na-Dru-Co Dyipepn'a Tabic ti  will help J'tntr disordered ttomach to  d!;.'i?:;t r.ny tearrnAdo niMl.-, sr,f] vl!l  seen rc"lore it to :ucli perfect co:u  H'!1;.'! ibrd you'll n-vcr h*\ tlr.t y;u  ha'.c u tioiiiacii. T;.!'.c 0:13 after  rr;c!i meal. 50o. a Be*, at yvr.:r  nr.^glrl'c, Wido by the MUlcral  l-'riifj r.r.d Chemical Co. oi Canadai  a J- ISO  Ulrcunisliini.TH! cxclulmeil tho huiii-  mor lioai'iht'.   'lmiv   !������   coitiuiiiy   a  ai'i.-'.r   UollIC   t>U'   il   niiii..',  Oh, 1 il.111110, i'i'joiiii'd ihe old farm-  or. ll'ihi't yew iwvcr ho:-r nv i;l_-  ciimsliiiifc,; over which a feller ain't  got no control?  Vladiwistok, In I'm I best riilu'fln. hau  a <:al'c chaiiiiiiit. Tho .uid tiling i������  V)adlvijBto_k'y tmidoiicy to boast of It!  Although womnn fmiueiiMy varies  lu-r wait-t Hue. hIio conlliiucs to map  the plane wllh phifl, Hu an Iiivestl;;:it-  or jTpuil!1.  Talked a Lot  1 never Kny nil that, 1 ihlnk, she re-  mti.ki.'d.  Then,  he  leplinl,  Imlng unwilling  1 m lin.-ar. 111C i^uiiiU , 1 ,i,J,i inu.-i, i..������..i. .Ll  I a'vVnl  Jot  Homo pi'oph* iipeak the irulh enly  to l.'.iil oUkls.  Lot lhe chlldron slhln. II Is a.i naf-  ini^i n> ',.'.11 1 (i.xmiii*. ',ir> il ir, in, ii I'li'i  to Ily. Seo that, the yoiiimfiter.-; are  warmly clad ami ha\o a kIoiiI tlid uiui  a good Hlido; thon lot '.in slide. I{ Is  fun.    tin tint and help thom and rnjuy  III',', (co,  HuropiMU:  them.  If oai'llKpiakcs had any Pplrit ol ne  coiiimodatlon tji'-'y  would    leave    thoj  IsthiiiuH  of   rair-nui   alone,  after lie-!  gloi'liug lo dig a Canal Uieim-i'lves.    |    1  Tlio I'n ru KcliMilisI, who pivii.ifii',- u'  groat, iniin'ovemenl in ihimciUh' vcl'i'lg-  oration had bolti'r pul  thai 01V ii'Uil  i\oki sumiiior and look ul'icr ll 0 lu liter.  Tho I'nlvi'isiiy of 1*������������������wik,v1 vuiiisi has  Jiiijiorli'd a tv.'i'l/i,' ton f.phln\ from  Kgypl iuul cad of palronl/iiii. hmui' hi-  dinJtrlns nud huylug n muIii.,' of i'uii-  uio -\lack.  _,_r h> ^���������������������������i.ll    ���������a    f m mf,       t*  Tlu' si'tton had bi'im Itolng llu- now  carpel 011 ihe pulpit plaHnim und hud  li'l'l a linuihi'i' of tiii'!;s j-;('i������''.i;i'il cu liu*  lluoi*,  Hoo hero, Tiiniofi. said the partur,  what, do ynu suppose would liai'ptu il  ���������ff:MiUml 5h ippi n ^ IfofeiiiYiy  mmmmem  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND  CUFFS  rSomethlns bfillor thnn linen anil'blB  lriiimli-y bllia. AVaf-h it witli \i-soap ami  wntcr. All HlorPH or dlrnol. Hhitis style  ami ai?.e. b\,v l'5o. wo will ninil you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA.  Limited  08  Frascr Avenue, Toronto,   Ontrxlo  REST AHD HEAITII TO MOTHER AND 6HI19.  Mus.\Vi:;aLow's Soothimo Svkui1 lias been  IMCi tor over SIXTY V'KAUSln- MILLIONS of  UOTIIKKS for their CHir,_)KKN Willi,*  TfllvTlUNt'. witli I'KIU'I'CT SUCCnsS. It  RCiOTIlRS the C1IIM). SOl'TKNS llir (1UMS.  A������.r..'.Vn ull I'AIN \ CUKltH WIND COI.1C, and  it die licet remedy fnr DIAUKIUHA, it is al>������  volulelv luruilfis. lie mire um! usU for "Mrs.  Wiaslo'w'.i Soolhiu;; Syniii," and Ultc UOOll'W  tlud.   Tweuly-Iivc cents u bolllc.  I   ADIKH WANT.in    . no    AKTlS'l'KJ  "ODiiKenliil iiiH-dlowfirlt at liomcj umltt  from ibro. (n live iIiiIIjh-.-i ju-r dny rieoov-  iillni!' rinibloii    leps,    Armour    Art    Co.,  )>..���������;.l.   11., uroilali.:   ������ Ulouk.   WiniiliiOK.  At Lnst  Ko JIIrr Loronn i,liiKOi'long Is to  ho married 111 lust V  You,' Hho Iiuh finally lived down all  (.'umpetltlon,  Mliiard'si f.In'ur.en'i. fo.,  I.imil'od,  (Jcuilemei).���������I.aat whiter I reccdvod  Rreal ben.'.lil from iho usl* of AK.V-  AHU'ti IdXI.MMN'T in a Hovr-ro (ittack  ni! l,allrI|);io. and I Imvo frufpioiilly  proved 1|. in bo vov;.' r fi'odtivo III ciihoh  'ol' Iiillaminiiiioii,  Youi'iai,  \V, A, !ii;t<:iii\'::on*.  Al a I'oeonl I'locllon n ready answer  ���������menrod one woman cnuvn'wr a vi������t<���������  for lmr i������arty. Sli������! had llueiiity nd-  vaneed Heverul reiiyoiiri In finor of lu-i  caudldiiti* lo 11 1;rum|iy ehH'li),-, v.hu  told hor ube eotild talk tho hind h'fpi  1 (iff 11 donkey.  ! Well, niu.' replied, I* would p.Wt; uio  j miu'.h iiioi'u pleiiHiii'i' lu drive you to  ] the polllmc 1'kK'ii than to lhe lionpliu  Latest  Models  In  Oratory  Vunr forme." spc-ech,*'. wero modi.-ls  of oratory, fiiild the nollelrniiH frlond.  '.Now  you  am    iinlm.    eolloipilalltuna  daimerouHly near idnuu.  Yoh,      replied    Mcnalor  ehoerluliy, tliPKC* 11 vo JLIi 1:  Sorfihnia  modelH,  A Deflnlllo:i  r;o(irf.li'---\\'hiil'K a fuiih onvUl, dad?  Dad-1,1c'i, a tvllii-.i  v.lio *, iju'i ial,o  hln lui.'dlidue. '���������  Dual* mo, I'lielo 1.1'Jpbral n! nhe or.  claimed, u>i iiho mel lie old i;eiiilmiisiii  In Mm haliway, ymi don't hiinw lunv  KUilU'lried I um in niv j on. Hhi you  iriivi'l all  ihn    way    from    Vermont  llldlHi'.'  Niiw, b'- lvpllul. '.eoply fiflriided at  Hiu itui'hihiii, uh he iiut bin carpel, batj  in  Tin;- retnrl r,n tlekled the \olor llmt j down.  r lircMiilweil l������ uippi'i'l. her iihle,       | !'11-' "  There win forty or lli'iy peo-  ho iiiiiii' iriilii.  \ ,';i'iiih':i.iiu wlio had boi'ii f-.p.'udii.r,,    .lelii. y.m have Hi" pv< ti'.r.-l  moan*  11 hflhiay nt a SeotlLsh Heaniih; \Illa|.'1o in the world, rlKhed ynimii Van Win*  linteil for nn  lho eaddhis  I ideppeil on ol.e of li.oi-i' tuck.-' i!|.hl ' i;, Hi,, wintri   1 i 111  In tin* middle of my Hcriiion'.'  Well, nil". 1'i'plh'il the HO.iUili. I l'( ek-  on Ihere'd lm (Hip jinnn ,\eu wiHidn'i  llli|.ei' oil.  iaft( llnkn, ut'.kid one of  1  ho not, uiuel: carrylii};  ie,  Ho not wuh Inn ion.; for tin* 1  In conn) un   hiMii* oui. ium i.i".    i'  Nu,  nlr.  11a,    replied    the    cuddle.  There'h m;e carrylm:   In the   winter  time,     Ye nee, II hi thin way.     If IIV  ���������    nm una' it'n freiii; If I fit na front, HV  j Mia'; if IIV no sii.i' nor fn nl. i'V uili.;  '���������dp, if nv no mln, IiV wind; :,u' If it's a  1 ine t;a), 11 *; nu  tt.iwi*a������ti*.  W'oW, t'he replied, If   mine    i.  pi'eit.li'il. iheii .Minih Colin ii  ne\l..  And it came,  thn  Tliem In real pi 'ai'iire in owiiliu: fin������������  ntind,, well fed; hut I'crnh i-Uic!' ami  v.y.ly i'i ucc., [;l\c tl,e lariuer tliat tired  icliiiu which detraelii from taicccwK.  V. ry few Ihln;  bin of foi'i:lvlu;r.  ���������;,\-o woift the  ljii'/iaf-Hii In eatciiiii;;. .\s;,i eiuli*  l:.;',y, illlalery people all jour life  v ,,u   \<A   .iiihi'ln   lii'-'i   '.iiim'.-i-..' '  iillve ami tmeis't-llc; hus-tlc!  I.uV ��������� f.peaki1 t:i t'.vo Vinp'iri,*  i -alib the Up"- and ilie ofiH'i 1  ! lyc-..  v. 1111 j  ami  I '      '   '        ,1     -.   ,'',��������� ;    \'  \-    -. \     .     ���������  , <  \l -,,  ;i,  ���������  -ii'i' ! \v,leii all pareiilM I'l.oubl noli* und rn C  Ilii tiie  upon:  Instead of coiinlii!. dead lutiK*  1 tiainn ami lim uieiiioi'li 11 ol n'liiiiiH.'iiial  hiieraliiiv, ihe s:iul> of 1..1U1 <��������� i-l.imlil  Imd. li" mib- lUiile'l.  ' " i  ll'irilli!!,'   I'm1   lllldllli'-hl   nil   b.n'i  '\  A  l.-'t i-i ^'.*    ...',' l,i until .--.1   .iu,,..,  but if It I:-'over the card labh: or wine;     Joy   rUleiri   piobahly   thick   a  f.iir.l  r,):nt   it  mil'  lh.il   lia-'  ������u'iil. 1   diiche*  Uppef, V'.M'Jl  il I.   all Wl'iili;  Wiiiie it i-rt iml true Unit tiie recuitt  v.ili me. t nl I'lUiatiia, tln-y will l>c  locked loj^cUici', aril wlmt n.ori* couli!  anybody wiinr,'.'  drooee seems tn Ihlnk that ihe war  in the Tialkanii may POlve tho problem  ol |n ipilnul Muficii.  W. N. 'J. j7.  iJi'i.llliide,  v.luii  I im  'peat,  J."  toa  i (*riitiii'  o be b.irii'-.  'I'lie fnol ami b!s Jinui-M' I pep tii.'iiiy  cb'lt-1'   people   f I'n m   Hit I'I I Ii'i,',  l'0'.'''('*ri"ii  I.',  iilim-t, i,.'.>si  of !���������.','  dom.  A   wtinmn  ttftftntu  put.- nit  till to-  nun row what .-..���������<��������� c-.n put cu ivftn/.  To asl; for tdxeey Is lo r.iuY.'iA  that th'-re \t noiefthin,? to reveal,  On at peo pi-, jil-onjtj not le wfiriicd  li> KiaaJl dcltii  Ke^utAiirity ������������������!������������������������������������������������������������     ,,.t) ,���������. ,���������:.;i,;,i ^ t��������� ],.- iinme.t;,:  til ihn buweh Si an ab'Mute nec?.������- | bm m������������i men aii- lr>e iheh- immi/ch  iity for Rood IimIiIi.   1'iih-,-, tins \ ,A\ made 01, oi-.e p-:teni.  v.M-.le ntit'^r fr<i."i tb.- fr.iil vlm-'i I  (olIeriM ilc.ro it i/������t rid of at lejit ���������  nitre a day, it drravx nntl finiv.n'* tlv  in,!* Ivli'sraph  pole,- n  Tb-   botib  Irini!   in  nhniild  be (���������������������������ploi < d.  Ion", lhe  Allot.  11 Va*-:  .hut  iAii, tm (ii-.i   lu'l-. a: >,Mir jii.it 1  1 ,������<��������� ( i.i,������  .tj   io IS'-I  >ni  Ir.dU  Rfsli-ia and tuilx. Iifadarhc-;. Silli  i.r.d Ml.cr harsh mittn.il i������!ir:-."itivfi  irritate ������he ������Ielirat(������ linintf of ih.  laowi!,'. Dr. Mor,.a*. Icdi.i., Knot  1'ifl-t���������enlinly vegfttlt'c ��������� -ni-..il.tt������  I the liov.fi* tiTirttvciy without v,;i!i������  }    taii.j{, ������ii kruinx or usipA,;.   t'������o  Or. Morse's   ������  Fn' ^n Root Pills  fur tic v. ant of a e.ilii'ul ni' ;r<P ,-��������� ou ��������� w.,iib |.   lo _'v,  a cVe  Th.- r;  1 1: "f,  \\  "]"  '1    I-  I  <r v.  '1   v.  i1rl������k  '.   t'-  ii 11.w j on  'AU hnve pidi-  ('..?.  '1111  Try Murine  Ky* Remedy  ���������I ii  r.-.i. v,  I-  ���������ct  1,1  I ,.lia,  pile'  1 Hip  {il    ( nil', |. :n  IS    At    If.  t". ceatpiili-i'ry 1;  , iili Hi.   prl-.'i.ly )ie.������:  .t.-ii  r  "l r::i..itt  )  I  M;i  I.  ��������� ll r.fc la: tr On'i I Iir i'.nt, * f-r, Ht.A farm   1  Mur."ie Yr/e !__-.*������*il;   t..,.. Ct*lca������% .-- fl..  "���*&���    **���*,.'  ��V.V-V��. i"*, .JAvi'.'i. 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.     -..'.���!..:    '*���    'I     i,vi\.il,    iliid vill   lv lltl'd
���, --e. .', ,:���������������':��� ; .*, ui<ri""�� on Ihu rii'i
���.. i- ."i. !:.. 5 ,.l'vV'!i::;hi. (>f W vy. Th.i'
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'.- ' I'"--; -A'i.i i. I'.li.'J 'Iiio nppl'CRii-in
,-.- !.7 % ���' -.., u.,: .lino.'' ii tl.o W-vti-r Bi>-
,j--,-ii,', ������>��� -.'.i-'l .;ir, fl. A. Ob]ec*ioi��s uiay
i-��i :.!���.���.! 'i'f), t'.ia asM^Wator K^conlcf er
a-a.a! i.a:v pt'-ollor cf AVnt-er RigM.,
;'. ' .'.ir.���.'.���; Mi. tdiiRs, Vio**'ri.\. IJ. 0.
I' -c?.U:M !.LT .% NAN-ilMO RAJ WAT
. ft. B   DKASLKY
������ f 'i '    .. .       . lay?
INTHIipotOTV   l ( W'J^^^^pp,
N ANM M 0 UOLDKN o>*-*m**. -��>���*�����*��� rax	
IN THI. MATTER of Surah Kit-j^
enor Tyson defeased, intestate,,     tp
'AND '      !|
IN TliK MATTHtt oC.tl����"Ortl-
c-ial Adiniiiistrators Aot.''
TAKE NOTICE that Uy oniei*
ot liis Honor, Jndgt^ Barker,
iiiMle tho 5th o.ay of. Kovoinlmi',
Iiiiil, 1 was appointed Adininis- j|
,;:Ui.n' of '.'io l^stato Ot ��h��* idiovo-
:m--iit;i)i:.'.i! ii. owtsod, mul all pr-
;ii->  jji'.'ini'   ulnims   noraiiist   tin*
*.' n
,,u;t\ o.".iat(* ai1'* HiyrobY iviiuirod to
l':iriii.'.!i s-'iinn.*. projiorly" vi.M'ifiod,
;n ,;:t' on nr   lit'fory. tliw A Kill day
' i v
iJ.wiai-Hr, llnB. . j\NI> nit par-
iA.-; iiidibU'd to snid ost��U*. tire
-.1 unii'jil to pay t'to nniotint ul
their indebtedness to nio ��� forth-
Dated this llth day uf Koran-
AV. AVksi.Ky Wir.r.Aun,
Ollicial Adiiiiniijtrator,
Cumborland, 11. C
rs ii water.
'i-t'*?ii" ?, A hereby _l��on that Ssqni-
s-.j .'.. a'I'li'-mi) Kailwuy, >it Vitti:r".e,
li. A viA t-;.fj '{-it n lo'iira Cu-take sad
.������-;.-; '". ,t,;/..j :f.il.'r>3 p:r 2i l-.���n.-<., <���! wa-t-ct
;������' ,-if ,;,'���.:���,ir !".-c.-:k, v.-hioh fio��s iu s oor-
:'-v..''^ ��� ri-'.-rio'i thivm^! Ko'.vcji,,'.l'i Dia-
i.vaTt i-.v* . mini'.!:! int'i I>. ep lv-y, llOSI
:"���--������'���' ; v. -! ---k * The wnti'i'will b- >1 vor
i,'! <������ .: .V'������: i.-tru'iui fi.im ttriilwrty vaa'
v.'*', '.[��������� -v; ',..-O'.'iitril Il::h".\y tun*.;0'C-.-
��� ������*.'!i*ra i'Hi'i uusin-.boCt ai ttmlw.-y Li7-7 A
v,'-y, 'v;..;:, n<tioo Wio p .ctcd on lhe
._;���...'<��� :,i '���" tbo' 3rd iby .. Apiil, 1013.
:v,., ..-,,; "-_.\t>,in v.-ill  Vie iil.d iu tlie  ofiici
.:' '!-.,', >'*,'��� f.?-.;- (-'t'conlur at Yistovii, B.C.
���y"iffM>.��.i  r-i-jy bo filad w.ih the Biiid
V'.'���'���.,-'. rii-c ���:)--_cr o. y, Hh   lllu   J-;ni5\i>rol!or
?/.   '.'���',-.-.   ffiifh'iv, Pirli'iuieu-i RuilJius'S
v\i-.rff-t>��� !'.' C,
!;:^fr'A/A?",? ii .VAi'-rALVOHArrAV.-.l'
f. !'.. IiK.iH'.fiY-
..���ill''*        -       .. :,iv7
ij.. THE iM'AT'TER ���OF Dmiiel
M'rtgarijde^iwed, itib--*stntc, who
dltAd at-' C'ttmberlfttid, H. C.   oo"
t��n6 25th 1913,
: IN THE MATTEU of tho  <'-()ffi-
cittl Adminiatvi-.tors Act."
/rAKE NOTICE, tl'mt by or-
dor.of His,Honor Judgo Barker:
mado the 5th dhy of November,
1913, I was appointed Administrator of the Estate of tho nhovo-
moitioiifld deccssod, and all par-
tie. having claims againgt tlio
said estate are hereby reoniretl to
furnish miniA properly verified,
to me on or before tho 13th of December. 1918. AND all parties
indebted to said estate, are re-
q-n i im! J-Ci_pay���Lho_^a!i.eaiiLLofJiieiii,
indeUediiefes to'mo forthwith.
Dated thia iith^hiy of Novem
-���������O.-. a Ui.'!.K0E TO TAKK AND
-    ' UHB WATJ5W,
NrO( ICJil is lii'cuby fd^'cn lint E cjui-
,i! il: ,': N'^iJ'iimo llrii]w*y <>' Viaioiia,
'Si- :\. will ajjf-". fur .* li-jiiiifti to lii'so nnc.
�� ��'1i>./,O00.'{r,,-|.)B3 p-rl'-t ii<i:ir.<,- of wntcr
ci -ji !-.riiiii. xi Ortoti, which iiriw o iu a
; -I'Ti't.r'.y I'/JrfcHon IJiriiUKli Nchuai Pin-
'i ."-1 a��.i MTipliirrs I��t.. l.'nyjic Koiuii) nenr
"l.<iV>i'. Ih.iit.   Tl.> w-.tflr will bo ili'ict A
���;���   ""'.V-ll^liV.'; MV! fr ,iu T!',il,V!iV (Mill VY 11 III'
i-.,"��� m ("i'-'wal ':lih',iuy i-urpo. e; on tho
i. .-'., '���'...-'-^iful ur r��ilv,-,ty rljiiu ft w'.y'''l)ii
ii.A.ii* tan jitotcil nu A.o ���;: rou oil o, 1ho
.j.--: I��y -t .V|n<l, 101!). 't'ho fi-vlii'iiti. n
��-. ilm ''Jjul, in r.iiu i ItltM (>( llu Wativ
itv*.' ''w, VitHoi ia, 5t,(.. (.). jcutioim mny
lu1 l.^i'J with tlm n-vA W-iUr lloimrJcr ��*r
{���\i'.|j '.In CjiDptrolli.'r of Vrnwi* T-ti;.yht.i,
j'li-'iiirr.oiil H illdinj", Vioturii, li. 0.
)���' '..J'SiMAT/f & N"\NA[\fORArt,WAY
ti. li.     R.-v'-iMli"
X.V.VA!tfOJf��?iDffff AT
/X   T/1B     HAWiiil  OV   Jnhn
fMiii li iiIbo kr.o\r��i at ,Min f*rf(yth
ib'Op^Ml.iiJ.aViUtn.   *-"lui died ii I
[{Aft U.h\xAon .Tulj n, 1018.
WAIF, MA'i'nOI, .'>l ihrAOlll.-.i,,!
AdrnWi'mirfit'irH Act"
')"AFK NOTIOK thut by oidor oi
iht lliinui Judjrii l!.irker, mndo
t.'iw.Mii dny 0/ Noveiulicr, liJl.'l,
I'A'.y ,ip)i/int(J Adi��,ini:iirrit(ir
��� me r^ii-UD .n ii.y nimvi- uieu-
,    hi. ; iii ci-,'itf il, ,i,.i   ,1 I    A' r i ���!
i:     '���!"'?
tier,   W1H.
1  AV. Wkslky '\7iM,AnD,
0 l'Hei <il Ad minio! ryvto r,
l-    ��     Cumberland, B. C\
IX TIIK MATTER of Daniel 0"-
(Jonii.il,al��o  known   89  I);ii"ii!.��l
John O'Conut'll, decensel, into.-
lati-jirho died ut Cnpo Oommer-
ell, Rupert Distriot on Jtmnary
20, m'i.
IN TIIK MATTEn of tho "OfflcinI
Adminiatraior.. Act;"'
TAKE NOTICE thut by older of
il'i3  lienor   itid^o   lkirkea,  riiinlc
ihe 5ih dny of  November, 1910,1
VtV.u  upjiointed   Adiuinii'triitor of
ilu; Ku'iiieof tho above iin.,i��tinii(.\
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iMmMAmmms: 7yvhy������W  ^���������YWYy  m+ #WJJV     * >*������,������* *���������  ������������_W * ���������  1 ��������� *������*V* ���������*���������-���������������   *******v 4-* \,*   * A  .THE NEWS. CUMBEItEAND, !N. a'  ^  ���������M������+������m������m������������***4*4m***  It Was Difficult,'but He  Conquered It ,  t  By CLARISSA "A1ACKIQ-  "Sliff 0.1 tuo out of Cox's store, got on  J lu-r pony und went a-Uitlng for the  ivri'St. bunk of (he crick.. I follcrcd lice  }_* little ways, thinking she was a ton-  id er foot, (iiut I'll he blamed if sho didn't  turn .spans Into Zigzag trall'mid dlstip-  ,<o;i rl" " ' !  ;   11 nun) Tetlow looked around at hln  companions gathered about the mess  .table In (lio bunk houso at the Twin  -���������Star ranch..  "Zigzag  trail,  chV  repeated  .link  rrale, helping himself lo (mother ho>  biseult.  "   "Yes."  , "Have yon ever traveled lhat devious  route?' pursued Jink in his deliberate  way. ^ i  .."Xo, hut l'vo heard tell-that since the  landslide thero ain't footing there Hoi  man or beast.".  "No more (hero ain't,"' returned Jink,  :fluttering his ninth hot biscuit. "That's  ,why I, reckoned you was dreaming  '.when you said you mw a girl and  I pony disappear down the trail."'  [ "It; was bright moonlight and I saw  ter plain as day," returned Ha nip, undisturbed by Jink's skepticism. "Bo-  j tides, I went back lo the storo'and  .���������sited Dan Cox who sho was."  ~    "  "And who is she?" demauded a dozen I  f eager voices. '        I  "Dan;said'ho didn't know; said slit  inever asked for mail, and that, al-  'though she bought plenty of supplies  ���������from him, ho didn't know any' more  ��������� about her than bo did at first. Been  i wound theso parts about four vriks,  1 Dan says."  Jlamp Tctlow might have continued  to dificourso upon hia chance cncounlci  ���������with tho sti'iiiigo girl, but his companions were more interested in discussing tlie approaching roundup- llian Us-'  ��������� tening to'iiim.' ���������       ,  I Perhaps lie would have risked thcit  '.ldlculo  and   described   the   singular  <X> ftilSclv  "1TA.NBH 01'I" CAME A SIIA1U' VOICE.  'ItMiity of tho girl, but ho had 111(14  doslro to talk to 'enlnfy nlr am) pros  ������utly forgot lho si'liner.  Ono mnn among thoso at lho lablt*  Ustonnd to Llatnp'n story, and liecnuse  lio was now to tho country Hob Door*  Ing nsked questions-" about Zigzag  trail.  Jink I'rolo answered tlio questions  Widlly and went so fur us to toll lho  newcomer that, soiuewhoro nlong tlio  iiboiuloiiod trail was llto tumbledown  eetlngo of u sheep herder, who had  lcfi tho country Ht tho timo whon cattle had crowded (ho sheep frcin tho,  nanges.  Tho next day Holi Dnorlng was sent  tn eeiiivli of n lust stonr.  ills sonivli led hliu down (lie wost  IinnU ef lied .Spider eroek, mid oveiitii-  ally lie enino to tho point whero there  .worn traces of nn old ti'iill that rIjj-  ragged down (ho canyon and dlsnp-  pen rod in a heap of broken rocks nnd  earth,  "/Ig/.'ig troll!" ho exclaimed, bond-  lug down lu examine the grass grown  way.  Ills ton years of cu I Ilo ranching bIiic<������  ealloro ftnrd hml mndo thn "Irrn-i nf  earth nnd sky as nn open book lo lilm,  For ihe irilued eyo thero wns much  to ho road lu tho old trail.  "The lost cilttcr went this way,"  mused Hob, "und tho jjii goes this way  too. Why? There Isn't :i blamed thin*  on mis ti.'ui f-xcepi lho liiu-l tinvo  Jink's word for that-so (ho girl must  hnvo beon bound for lho hut.  "I scent n niyslory, nnd, nd duly calls  Bi_ to html for tho dray critter, horo  foenl"  noli noorlng If-ft. IiIm hnve and scram*  Med ol'oui; tho trail thnt r.lcr.n^cd  Wttinntf Ihn rorj.-q In llm tno** purzllng  ijinmier. Su Intricate wero It* nlnd-  Ins* tb.it Uob prosonlly found himiolf  ���������emcililinor en to tbo main trail njtln  tud iterltitr h!������ hnr-o In thn face,  "Daniel. If yen Innjrh nt mo I'll ull  Dh to the right trail II It takes me all i  Qny,  I missed a turn somewhere."      ���������  Bob turned nboui and onco more  scrambled along tho trail. At'an egg  shaped rock ho paused and studied tho,  ground, and then, pinning through a  thicket of mosquito, ho found himself  on a well worn trail that circled tho  ���������shoulder of the hill and gradually led  upward. ���������  Occasionally ho stooped to study tlie  ground, and each pausoonly strengthened his belief..that ho was on the light'  trail of the lost steer,  "Hands iip!'',C!).mo a sharp voice,.and  Instinctively Bob's hands wont over lils  head with quick discretion. '  , , When ho could discover tho source  ef the unexpected holdup on Zigzag  trail Bob'found himself confronting a  beautiful dark eyed young woman, who  .leveled a pistol at him with each ���������  fctoady.hand.  Sho was the most beautiful cronluro  ho had over seen; Bob was suro of  that���������jet black hair waving about  shell pink ears, creamy skin, a pair ot  jwonderful eyes, sometimes black, occasionally almost green. Sho woro a  riding skirt of khaki and a white shirt  ;waisl.  Flcr head was bare.  "Woll," asked Bob pleasantly, "is It  my money or my lifo'i",  The girl laughed nervously, atid then  tears filled her oyes.   ���������  "It's neither oue, if you will only go  nwny," she answered In a pleading  tone. ���������      -  "Of course, if you wisli it, only I am  looking for a strey steer. Perhaps you  have seen such a ouo. It has lho  twin star brand"���������  lie stopped short, for the girl's faco  had turned scarlet nnd then white. Tho  hands that held the guns wavered.  "I've seen it," sho said at last in it  rather shaky voice. ���������  "Whero is it?" ho asked quickly.     '  The-girl's face wont very wliito, and  Bho leaned against a trco'foi' support,  tho pistols hanging'.llniply from her  'hands.  "H's-dead!" sho said at last.  "Dead?" ho echoed, puzzled by hef  agitation.  "AVe killed It.' We needed it for  food. I suppose wo will haiig f#f it,"  slid said, with a desperate attempt at  calmuess, although Bob could see that  Bhe was panic stricken. 0   ,  Ilo sat down on-ir stone and clasped  his "suu . browned' h nda around his  knee. Uis broad hat ��������� lay ou the  ground, aud the wind ruffled his������cri.p,  fair hair.  "1 hopo you will pardon-me. I'm  not a bit' curious, but I can see that  you are in troublo of somo sort. Ai'his  -is-a-Jonesorao-countiiy-.o-bo-in-wheu-  old man Troublo .hikes along, so perhaps I can help you out.; You may  placo perfect confidence In mo."  The girl studied his face with her  wonderful, changing eyes.' 'Then,, with  R lirtlo catch of tho breath, she said:  "If I lell you you uiust-u'evor bclrn".  my confidence."  "You may trust mo." said Boh/  The girl drew a sharp breath.  "Jry father lies hidden in the hnt  yonaer. lie is a fugitive from justice.  lie killed a man. I came with him!" ,  '' Bob smothered an exclnmntiou.        '  "What can I do lo help, you?" he.  asked quickly,-  "Keep every,ono away nnd help me  to get somo supplies.   Father is almost.  crazy with grief and remorse, and lie  Is anxious to return and give himself  up; but," 8ho ended fiercely, "1 havo  told him ho must uot���������uow!    In tho'  eyes of God ho is Innocent, and ho  should not bo punished!';!  . "Thank you for the confidence you  reposo In mo,   I will do what: I can to  keep others nwny.   Glvo uio n list of  things you need, and I will pack tliem  hero tonig''i:."  Flftoor. inliitit.es later Bob Dociing  mounted his patient lior*50".jui>t' raped .  nbout his business for the re^Stsft'  ranch. **"  After supper thnt nlfjht ho roilo over  to Bed Spider postoffice and astonish;  ed Dan- Cox by purchasing a Inrj.ro  quantity or supplies, including somo  lino cigars nnd a number of magazluca  and newspapers.  Boh rend tho papers while lie walled  fnr his packages, find when ho finally  turned Into tlio trail nlon/y tho ercott  Ills fnco was n study of mingled pious-  uro und regret.    .  Tlio trip along Zigzag trail In tlio  moonlight, with his supplies for tlio  needy strangcrn, was no easy matt iir,  nnd Boh wna quito (irontbless when lio  reached tho sheep hordor'a hut.  "Giioil nows, Miss Groyson," ho said  nftoi* ho Imd received hor llinnks nud  those of lior nged, enrowom fnthor.  "Good iiow.i for us?" hho asked tu*  credulously.  Ho nodded nnd, pulling a nowppapof  from hln pocket, held it to the Hunt  Rt rou tiling from tlio doorway and rend  n pai.isxiiph that turned the current of  tholr lives,  II appeared that Iho mnn wluuii  ���������ilnmos Groyson Iind struck lu ,sclf (lo-  feu'io hnd recovered nnd ovory effort  wns being timdo to discover lho whoro*  til-out* or (he missing liiiriiuicr mm tita  iif.Al.iiful O.ilC.JUuf.  Hob Deeiing blmrod lu (heir rcjoiiN  In;*, and it was he who helped llieiu  get nwny.  When.thoy  pai'tod .Tames Groyson  ticili  liil> *tihii)>.  UliiU N ll'illni Ul   III;,,  "The best much In tlio country fo������  you whenever you nay the word, lH'er<  lug. Maybe you'll- be gelling married  noin'e dny nnd settle down."  "Maybe," said Uob dreamily, for ho  wan holdln,!. ��������� Helen's li:n:d In Ills.  "MayljH"-  ITIs eyrs n*..l lhe ������*p>nd!d onot ot  (he girl lie had leanied to love, and ha  rend In them thnt thero wns no un<  certainty beforo him.  Me would ho married soma day, aud  lo her!  TO KEEP THEMSELVES.,  Ontario's KecbJc-SElnd'ed Will Go Into  the Produce Industry.  '* ' The feeble folic of Ontario, who reside in asylums and institutes, main-,  tatned by tho Provincial Government  uro rapidly approaching a condition  of self-support,   For,some time progress In this direction has booirnia-i  torlalizod, but it is now understood!  ���������that a new movement, broad enough |  in scope to include all the institutions .  in till parts of the. province is being  worked up hy Hon. W. J. Hanna. and  some of his lieutenants.   One of the  'predominant-features  is  the speedy  organizing of a canning system, ade>    ,   ..   ��������� _.���������       _w.....v.,,  quale to produce enough products to  land lias'made uncommonly good use  k WOMEN'S ADVOCATE.  Mrs. rdlliiui Keynou ThoniHs r.Rbor..  ,, Pov Farrners' Wives.  Lillian Boynon Thomas Is'a very  quiet .person. So-quiet-indeed Uiaf  only tlioso who come into immediata  eoiuaet with her are aware e������ tlio  force behind her unassuming, Btlll  o.xtorlor, or of tho effectiveness of  her methods of work in Manitoba.  lie real mission has always lain  with tho women ot the' countryside  rather than with- urban . dwellere.  Sho is a, "truly rural" expert in the  sense that sho has had excellent opportunities in her own lifo for tlAi  study of  problems   of   the  country  servo all tho needs of tho $.000 ,old,  persons who are   con lined  in  these  places, /ill the neceS.ary supplies will  he drawn from   the   ilolcis andor-  jenards now being cultivated on Government land. ���������  i    This idea of erecting canning factories and preserving fruits aiid vegetables is Jiot altogether a now venture  ��������� for tho Ontario Government.   In con-  'nection wiih tho London Asylum for  the Insane, a small plant has been In  operation for years aiid has solved  the question of winter supplies with  'marked success, though on a, mueh  .larger scalo   and   to   distribute tlio  benefits to all.   ^  Tho far-reaching nature of the proposal ' haa . involved e. tremendous  amount.ot, detailed' planning and tho  accurate rating of the crops of the  institutions from year to year-in; order to understand tho demands of the  plants aud the yielding power of the  sources of supply. A careful analysis  of tho same.   Born In Vork County,  [Ontario,   Lillian   Beynon's   earliest  years wero spent on a farm,   lu 1889  Ihor 'parents   moved   westward   and  j look-up land near Uartney, Manitoba, so Unit   until   3 990,   or   (hereabouts, when "the' youthful   Lillian  was sent to Winnipeg to attend high  scliool and college her life lay entirely   in   rural   communities.     From  'those early   experiences of   agricultural lifo and conditious Lillian, being of a ruminating, observant turn  I of mind, absorbed an immenso store  of well digested impressions which,  .'inter, wero to prove of groat valuo  niu her work as journalist, organizer  ! and feminist.  For some years aftor her graduation in" 1905 Miss Boynon taught in  tlio public schools or collegia'tes ot  Manitoba. Here, in teaching tho  young prairlo idea how to . shoot  straight, and aim high, sho developed that patience which is ono of her  of tho crop returqg.from Tarns under   most .notable eho meter istics, besides  ' nnrtVO _ ini.       _ _. tn?  iTss.7*%        t^    i!___ .1 _������,.;_. .1      j__ ._     ^miW.r    ..#    _������_._*   AWHHA.������__        1______    __  operation this: year, is believed to  have convinced. S.AE.. Todd,' provincial farm director), thit the idea is  highly feasible?" and,, that the resources in, soil- fert'iljR., iu beef and  fruits arid'vreifiJtatifts, will permit of  the launcfipg.tif the system at an  early-dale, r---  Anolher important question, which  a faculty of self-expression, later to  'grow into a tine' power i'or public;  speaking?      , ��������� ��������� "  In 1900'Miss Boynon joined Free  Press and Frairio Farmer. ,Sho took  to herself at tliat time the pen namo  "Lillian Laurie," an alias which  sticks to hor to this day. Within a  very short period Miss Boynon fell  naturally faces tho government in'ap- , l������eir to the, position of women's edi  t)V t    % ,*' , ��������� **    _       /        J ' -    m. -     - 1������_ ������^ ������������������'  proachlng the matter, is the 'actua,  amount of food consumed by  institution. The department ha,  to got in touch with the morojfjlij'.se-  wlfely duties of the'matrons/^^aeli  home and a detailed'repovt';6_..*MBe  number of cans of each .edible/wjhjiifli  would be used under 6rdlnii_y";elr-  cumstances, has been obtained.'The  Hot and variety of fruits' aiid* vegetables now grown in connection.with  the institutions, for defectives, a'_td  the prison farm is somewhat amazing  in its scope, and the excellence of the  product has been attested by exhibition at fall falr3, where their presence has called forth admiration;  In addition to the venture in-the  field of preserving, it is probable that  Trmore_ser!ou.s~altemp"trwin licmade"  to render the. institutions completely  Independent as regards dairy and beef  supplies. The actual figures of the  number of pounds of milk, butter aiid  cheese are already. in tho hands of  tho department. together, with . tbo  amount of meat anuually consumed  aud the rate of consumption.  The success of ;ho Government  crops' for the seasoi, bespeaks tho  success of tbo enterprise planned.  From every quarter the reports have  been most, encouraging "and in many  cases record crops have been gathered. Noxt Bcason ths rgricultural end  of tho work will bo pushed with gre^t..  vigor. Kxteneivo tile operations aro.  already under way. ,  ;.���������'������������������*  ���������Tho plan of tho Government ns  shown merely displays another phase  of the work now being dono lii*brlclc-  ra a king and builtlliij., jit.itho. .various  farms.   The snppUc.t.'iu'e.at hand, and .  hy organizations.;������.r!>"'piTno(l to. good ^1iB^(,JlfiH fm. w  ra?1 ?f���������^^ffCM,,Vi^3^ i IREcc   law,    :  double P.^^ra.lhojjjg^sy ,   ���������>%aTW dea, ������������ ,  ��������� ��������� ,"T:,T-%"'.': ���������'. J> Ay JKrl'  , '   ,'      ' r -.   i. "  '���������-'-  .7. .AM^c.imtytyij'lke. v  OH������/W ^lo'.^S'.A'v.lbyrn^hontrlcal  mert-,1'iii ^ana,4iV'4foy'lfe>'l). 6. Judge,  of^Montroal, b'i|'\vi(tt.r'a.,;trlo of enterprising managers jfUo aro briiiglng  FngHah actors.jpnt to tour Canada,  lllu friends are"telling a littlo joke  on Mr Judge, in connection with tho  recent coming of the well-known  comedian, Lawrence Brough. J'ubL  before Mr. Brough was duo to sail for  Canada Mr. Judge left Montreal for  a llshlng trip on Lake ('hamplnln. A  day or so later ho wus informed over  tho wiro by his nonrotary lhat, a cablo  hud arrived from Mr. UioiirIi. II;  read: "Arrango Kiibstlt'ut.i������. AnvHim!  for lovo In u railway train, Brough."  Mr, Judge.was worried, ilo nisli-  <nl to Montreal and haw hiu purtner,  Mr. Uorsfnll.  "Oh, Hint's all right," remarked  Jlorpfnll cheerily. "That Is a reply  to my cable from Now Vork, uuggest-  tng Hint Mr, Brough put on nltorna*  t Ivo eniiaiii-riilr.nra to "I'ho Lady of  Otitend.1 It moiina wo are tn chango  the nnnouni'.onientu to r������in| that 'Ar-  rcnlod' will bf given Iimtead of 'Lovo  In a JUIlway Train 1"   Don't you ci.u  it';"  Less TjoW of Life This ^'ear.  StutlsllcB nf tho Dominion Marino  Dnpiirlment on that nrul. utlou now  fioslng will hIiow ii I'oiifildrrablo do  ci'PiU'o In tho number of ll\es lonl. on  Canudjuii eonalnl or inland waters.  Al llm hfigiimlng of i.hn noniioii new  l'l'gulat.loii'i In rogard   to iiliuinihont  Ininriollon   inrl   ilinrlcon   l*i\V  ll'tt  ,"tfii{\r  of tiiirsongorn und crown wero adopi-  cil, and il i,i l,eiii!>i<.il ihat,- they  are a largo factor in the diuiu>i,������lit>d  toll of llvfp.  tor-on  the daily Press, a position  formerly  occupied   by "Mary Mark-  ',well"���������lvato   Simpson   Hayes���������who  had   loft   to   take   up   immigration  work in Britain.  In her capacity as editor of a woman's page on a paper going into a  very large number of homes throughout tho ''West, Miss Beynon now  found practical use for all tho varied  knowledge she had gained from her  <iloso association with the women of  the countryside, and roaetively; her  own interest. In their problems becamo intensified. ..��������� Women in Manitoba labor under 'a number of disabilities unknown in old Ontario.  For instance, thero is no dower law  in the Prairie Province. Real estate  ���������speeuIation~is_an���������indispenBabie^pur-"  suit witli.the men of the West and  in Manitoba"; they positively refuse  to bo,hampered in their-transactions  by having to secure the signature of  their wives before selling' property.  Also, when Miss Beynon began her  work, tho laws bearing on legal  separation between man and wife  and custody - of children were moat  unjust to women' in both. Manitoba  and Saskatchewan.  Again, thero was and is, tho fact  that thero aro no'homesteads for  women in . Western Canada, unless  such women caro to qualify by killing off auy inconvenient husbands  tbey happen to own. Widows with  ..children are the only eligible.. Tor  hefti\esteads, and to Miss Beynon, as  tO'itftaoyc-'otliei' people, this seemed  yei:y^ta|M-^'oih''l'air. , Finally thero  YjftB. tirtOOTlng need in many quar-  to.r^jljpbl'bper hospitals and nurses,  'orts to securo rural nursing,  omen, a fairer in-  aud a generally  the woman ou tho,v  farm have all borne fruit, though inv  no Dingle instance���������save perhaps in  tho enactment of a bettor law of  separation nnd custodial enro of  children In Saskatchewan���������have tho  objects striven for been'quite attained.���������Canadian Cornier.  Family Was Triangular, i  In the Province o������ Now Brunswick  ���������up to a fow years ago���������thoro wero  Iwo religious (lfluomlnntloi)H very  much alike���������tho "BnptliitB" and lho  ".Freo Baptists."  After tho last, Dominion census, tho  FroH Baptists claimed that they did  not got (heir full count, an many of  their lrifunborn had li^en put down  an plain "Baptlsls," and the ofTico'r  In charge wrote to niuii enumerator  in lho province asking him to go over  tlio llstR nuaiu and too if (.hero wero  any errors,  In ono distiict them was a man  named Brown who had bomi married  twice, und both spouses wero living  under bin rouf at the samo time.  "I have gono over my list very  carefully," iM'ote lho r-nuincrtiloi' of  (lie dlwttief, "and tho only possibility  of a mhitnko In In the cane of Mr.  Brown, Mr, Brown was away from  hernia when I called, hut both of hhi  wives told nm Hint, ho was a "Br.p-  11.31,' ninl 11:nlured liim na ini'ii in my  record.'.  MU.  Sill I Yield tiij,. "old.  ��������� ������������������tl^H.-t    \ %*   \'.i._,������������    -lit     ��������� ,    *....,     k, . ,   .,  Mil! yield,tholr gold, mlmu's miy, and  us proof Ihey point io tlio fact that  the pant year ban heen tho best In  gold production there since 1809. It  lo claimed that one man working on  a quartz claim there made llneo  eloan-iipfi dnWnj. tho nnst hiwnni'M.  taking ?'71,00u, j..2,ood and ?:', 1,000  respectively.  I'n*I and I'lcscnl.  "Kfltienlloii In nil'.'hty ������'henp nown-  duyn rouipiii'od tn what II. uroA to  he," remarked an old-timer lho oilier  day. "It's a criiun In these modern  i|ij,vm (o De ignorant when ouo tan  ���������'l   it   Ij.ii.'A'l,;   i.tl   i.hhtlj,   but   ii.    ti^n  different in Ontuiiu';i early days.  Take lho cn.e. of tho Hev. Dr. Dow-  art, who edited iho Christian Uunrd-  inn for many yearn. When lie wnn a  boy lin oped lo jdow Ihe Ileitis of IiIh  liunt'i s Hinn wuh a Laiin grammar  .onioned to iho handle of hiu plow,  and whon lio would como io lho  lurn at (hi), end of Uio furrow he  would g-'t a Latin pliruuo nut uf (hat  hook and practice it the length of  (ho furrow. Uo would walk ten  mll^r, io t,".t a booh. You ..jiii'i. prevent men llko thai from gelling lhe  l:Tiflv,'Ieilj;o    lli^y    vill't."-    CJ.nftiJIf.ll  Com ler,  rmrto-ntorfirfartory:' imw������j mvre'i r  Unnlel returned his nipping of tho wiy- i  Ado trim, "J'r* ccrf-ilnly cot lo let  ""Ami"'flcr  nauni"  why it wns thnt Hob iicerlrtc nick',  HorlidogM  JK-rincd.  "I'ncle Henry, nh������i. is a hfnivli.  Rist?"  "A sochiloglst, my boy, In a person ��������� -i^ovlneVarDep'arlmontVi'f Agrleullllr^  Who tun insMtl  n  yurhuri' ,r,n nnd' ' ���������   ���������     ���������  lllljj.'l tinpc t itllle.  Thri live ������loi:k branch of the ltd*.  VETEJ.ANTO RETIRE.  1 Dr. S. :^. Robins In (.'anada's Oldest  Active KtlucHtionist.      "  After nearly two-thirds of a ceii-  mry devoted to lho cause of educa-  i tion li\ Ontario anil Quebec, unci of  'Canada's o.dest e(lucationlsts-;-in all  probabiliiy the very oldest both in  ago and yoars of tictivo service���������has  announced his retirement from public Ufo iu the person of Dr. S. B. Robins, who Vis passed the four-seoro  mark, and first taught near Cobourg,  Out., iu 1S-IS. l-'or about half a century Dr. Bobtns had been, associated  wllh t\v dovelopinen'' - of Normal  schools in Montreal, until tho Normal  schaoJ of which lie wiis head ceased  to have a <\* para to existence in 1907.  l-'or i\*-?o than a third of a century  iho vcjiwahlo doyen ot his profession  was a member of llm Protestant Committee of Public Instruction, a position from which ho publicly announced his resignation a few days ago,  giving for his reason ''advanced ago."  Iu a conversation with Dr. Bobins  a few days ago, ho lalked for nearly  two hours most Interestingly of educational development,, in Ontario and  Quebec, Including reminiscences of  pro-Confederation,, days in. Toronto,  liis lirst teaching position was In a  jural school, on tlie-fourth lino of  Dummer, in what was, then called  Western Canada.. He was then still'  in his' techs, nnd fioon moved to a  country school house near Cobourg.  It was while teaching near thero that  he became acquainted with the famous Canadian educationist, Dr. ICgcr-  ton Itycrson, with whom thereafter  his life was to bo more or less Intimately associated.'  Dr, Robins haa many keen recollections of events and incidents which  have passed into history, including  tho fights of pre-Coufederatiou days,  the riots during tlio .Barney Devliu-  D'Arcy McGce election, the burning  of the Douglas planing mill in 1 858',  because of hatred for the* head of the  company, who had converted his servant girl from Catholicism to protestantism, and other ^exciting occurrences.  Though drawing on apace towards  tbe century mark. Dr. Robins is still  strong and vigorous, walks upright,  and can read small print easily. His'  conversation is almost that of a purist  and his memory really wonderful in  its wealth of debll.  He made, early in life, two resolutions, which he has kept. Theso are:  "Never to seek wealth." I  ���������  "Never   to   seek  political prefer- i  ment."  He attributes his enjoyment of a  life replete with action Icrhis adherence to these Ivo principles.  He ha3 just broken one life-long  principle���������never to seek newspaper-  "publicity. But now?"on his retirement,  he agreed to' brea. this.' He says he  thinks he's old enough now to do this  without anyone saying that he has  any, ulterior end In .view.  At his home, 94 St. Matthew street,  Montreal, with an unmarried daughter, Dr. Robins lives quietly, in peace  and seclusion. lfoBpend*: his Ieisuro  reading and solving, abstruse mathematical problems, as, when he specialized in this department of knowledge a fow decades ngo, he had a  reputation as a mathematician which  was international,, The study of  prime numbers is liis latest hobby.  Few men conliniio their nludles as  oclagenaiians, but Dr. Robins' thou- j  sands of friends In Montreal, Toront i,  and other parts of Canada, including  all who have passed under his tutelage, wish him many more years of  happiness and usefulness.  i  Q  Wow's tl.c Time to Think of Yoiy  Indoor Plants. ,'  COFFEE     A    GOOD    TONIC  - The Silvery Pink Tinted Petunias Art  Beautiful and Hardy Growers���������Liq-  ii ici Fertilizer Often Found to Be ar  Effective Stimulant.  Now Is lho Utile nol only to think ol  ,what you nro {Ming to have in youi  winter window garden, hut to act on  whatever decision you como to in  nil her prompt fashion.  Probably the most effective of nh  window phints'nre the clueraii-is. Some  think they-.are dillicult to raise, bul  there are only a few general prliielplea  to bc applied to thom.. They rcquir*  a great deal moro. water Until th<^  primrose, and once a week at least  they should bo soaked for throo hours,  In water that covers the pot. Tlio reason for this is that tholr sturdy root)  make such a complicated and intricate  mat in tho earth lhat water reaches  them with difficulty from above.  Tho shades to be chosen depend entirely, on the individual taste, though  if ono has many other brightly colored  flowers in the window the white, blue  and dull shades of red are easier toned  -in than thoso of tho vivid magenta/  Cyclamen plants nre exquisitely pre."  ty with effective leaves - and'charm  ing little flowers. ' Iu an oast window with an average amount of water  and sunshine they will bloom continually till well in tho spring. Then-  some lime tho last ot April tako them'  out and plant thcni in tho ground, preferably with cast exposure, till fall,  and they wlll be ready for use and  just- as pretty the following winter.  , Snapdragons in al! kinds of glorious  colors aud shades, including pints, yellows, rich crimsons and-cream whites  can be mado to bloom from November  'till well into Mnreh.,-ISxposuro in a  south wiudow agrees with them Ilia  best, watering them abundantly, bul  not recklessly.  Petunias also make splendid winter  window plants. The 'silvery tint pink  ones are especially pretty aud.aro-  carcd for in much the same fashion  as' snapdragons. If the plants appear"  to droop and grow weary after a month ���������  or so of steady bloomlm thev liavo to_  b<pdoctored up like any human being  after a strain of hard work. Liquid  manure has been proved to,bo mbsl  effective as a stimulant and bracer,  and a third of a pint giveu onco every  ten days or^so is the dose. ��������� Some pco<  pie recommend weak coffee as an rc*->  cellcnt plant tonic find have great success with their plants in allowing llieni  to absorb it.  WitlTa Sliii.lo Onr.  A revival meeting;, was being held  In a Nova Scotlan' lishiiig port, and  tho orator was endeavoring hard lo ,  mould his exhortations iu a manner  which would appeal to his hearers��������� '  the majority of niioin wore Usher-  mon.  "Kiiends!" he oiiud, passionately  "Without Faith ivu can do nothing  Without Hope we can do noihlng. ���������  Wltlioul. Charity wa can do nothing. '  All three must go together, for Uio  luck of ono flffni'tn tlio wholo, Take  a uBherroiin, for iiiHtnncc, Hois out  on tho stormy wnlors in his dory, !  and while ho has liis two oars ho  knows ho In safe nnd can reach lho  haven, liis boat, n'presonis Charity,  His oars stands for Faith and Hope.  Tho boat alone would avail him but  littlo uUhoul, lho uiirn of Fuiih uud  Hopo. Now, Huppom? ho loses turn of  his ua rn���������ono of the onrn of Faith  und Hope? Ah, friends, whnt could  ho do (o stent (ho Tide of Wickedness with only onn oar? Ainu! ho  would be Irretiiovidily lorn, und nil  for want, of an onr--���������"  There wns a sllidit com moduli In  thn audicnen and n nuiiioii,'- mien  bioko the stlllnen.1!  "Why'n Ilia/en r.ouldn'l ho 'r.cuir  that lhoro dory, miner'.'"  Wild Dmh Cmii-Iit In Nif'i.  Tho fishery Inspcclor'u launch woh  very bio'V in .Vi'lliir'ii Buy, Ont,, ri<*-ur  Iho Buy nf Quiiil'i; sercnlly, and  nioiv thnn onn huh.minis Ih regretting tin- pliy.ui'i*- of iit'is which ho  hr.d iho teniriiiy to not out in violation of (hi* ntululi.  At oi 1mm* Knit!) nf the ypnr Uift  men who onni u living by taking  llu* IiovvIti"- nd'o jili'lr.-v \ ;iv \ ���������"-)'!*''  lish, which freqiifllit lho buy In  iiliouli!, lue,i' a rifilM. to set. ihdlr  iinures. Bin duriiii; October, lieillng  wh hln lhe ������'oiilln������B of i'i������ buy Is II-  leitub  ThoupandH of nlld " dir.k throng  1tiii   v.iitot"!   'Inrlnj' P"'i   iv..,.it,   ,,,,.1  (jiving to feed on (he wild celery  which grows fur hnnealk (he tuirfuee,  numbiMH of lho hlnU g>it (heir head;,  tangled in ihn ini'tims and drown,  It was no scirel that c,rtiiln mnr  lie I.   Iniiil.rs   dfiilifiaWiy   employed  this device for taking wild-fowl, m>-  l������i:iiiig   iHuiiin.'   fi'Ming   t'jtois   for  th'ir jiietoniled liflilni..  8tudy Apron9.  Every almost grown schoolgirl know,  tli.it.no sort of wear is so hard upon  tho school frock as that which it gets  dining the hours outside the classroom. Yet It Is not usually convenient  lo chango from that frock to soun  other one. Whether a ghi is attending  a boarding or a dny school sho should  hnvo to put on over her class frock an  all enveloping apron which cnn b������  slipped off In an instant. Ono very,  pretty model, having' Uio fashionable  straight Hue silhouette, is cut In one  piece, buttons down the back from tin  deeply rounded out neelc to below ttu  hips and has arm eyes precisely lllt������  thoso of n blouse sleeve. There am  pockets on both hips. Finished everywhere with a mnehluo stitched lio'in-  brond nbout (he feet, but narrow olso-  whoro���������this model Is (iiiirtningln wlili*  Iwtljjie, lawn or dlmily, In u colored  scrim or cheosodolli or In n floured  madras, A set: of theso' aprons will  save ilie school frock from mnny (in  niiuoyliij. Ink slain, nml to make then,  is more play.  Quite the NeweEt.  When s-alad I.v s.nnl at lable (In  s.'ilnil sot Is a iiinllci'of grciil inoinnil  If Uio hniisewlfo Is nl nil pnrllc'iilitr lu  hor tnblo appointments, Tho set pictured Is unite Ihojiitest development  Tor.roisi: smi'U salad si:..  of the hi!ver,si,iIUi's nrt. Not only (In  nerving fork and spoon nro ine!���������.rued In  Ui I-i tiiiUil, bul llioi'o nro nil UiuW of  helpful iinpioiiici.t. fur .'lidiujr tho cnuti  when she miius tho dress-in;:.  i������mv I'ii'p* tn H.r\  Thai   I Iih pjiNt- yenr htin  ht.*n \\.o  lithliitit i/i iho way nl forest lno lorn  the province nf u.C, luui t-\er Lruwn  ivais stilled by Chlnf For*s������a-r MfMil-  A���������t .,���������r'l"���������*-. ". ':".' '"���������'���������'-���������"��������� ," ���������    ">"������ w-���������*������**������*���������������.*^w~,^j������rir-i>i~i,itt:hi-) Ian. Not mor*' Umn hvn Hoiinrc milch  jlml rnnur.h material fn It. fur a loui, rhuIo dud. i-nliU  duiii.k  \\vt  v*hi ! ������t I'-mi-M loui bum V.uiiii-u o>*r. k*  Uctui-e ou lh������ ntcda of nocltty."-        stinnncr, taya.  ..Iniliorlod. .lUuwt���������<*4*-l������Jaw5���������if.-_i.r������eiaf-  A Thre������d Economy.  To econonifzo on thread nlso (lit  foot, of tho mnelilno to refnovo n pr-  ment 5-oti nre wwlm., Inn before ,-nt-  thiK tho thread lower lho fool arMi  \<llh top ,��������������� iffl lower (hr#������nd������ frttrnr-1 fh#  loci'. You cnn then cut tho ilire.iili  much yliarlor, end fho foot w'ftl hold  (iitiil fiiinly In iil.'ico with uo froul!*  nho ut Uiri i;.*-?dle ������*ottlr.a; ceeMentalljf  iiiitbi'eado,l. ihe wmk rsn ������n.lly h������  plncrd nrider ttto foil ny.iln, nnt! you  w'ui find ������l!<������ u#>c,Ho nlrtays thr.ltlfl  In plict uf ilwiji unt!ir*������d������i_U ' [yi.yiy���������YZ.y..yi~x^.^Y.iv 7^i������^~ji,-.h~~~YiY~7~������ Uw?_'.:i^.A.,-,:w-~^^  i "       A, '       , ' :     ��������� 7   ��������� vo ' I <>������������������'  s ' .a ..  WATCffiTHIS  ���������������_  bJT.  <E  NEST" WEEK  '������  .*"������TH -1  "I he Furniture Store  '������������������"H '"I''- A. Mo&XMKTQN     Cumberland  r<\ *K' js fs. nww.'iw.w B-m** ?..-*;*-# *������*������"������'**, ������ns v  ^������������������(���������������w^ffl(*������3\i^**������-������ai*������ft<rw*nrrni������^iV^������ia>^w-'i  i  ,i������.l,!i,'t!4 ���������   _. it1 tv s������-*������ss i,   "  Vt.A<.'iy\$   j'uul' Kxj.eiulitnios Voy  ,   'I iK*  v ity   of    Cunibc'luiHl  i*A*r' Tlie   Year   1913������.  2 7 5������  -o  00  .}8o ,co  84 00  4/  "iu  A3   i  kHCUIPTS--  :">r i'o account   J!'V. "lix   YA\ Kent....;.-..:.  1m':!;H!ijii hospital. .  Kil.titiick^D.'   M.t'ikAVKOl), W-   A",  ���������W'.-.Muv. jit ,   i 'A-\c t'oii'rt tines ..  K nl estate taxo, ..  A'-..���������::,i tax account. .  A iiiiries . ��������� ', ..  Ac iV'JTv^er '. .  tvv.L'. account..a.  Trades Licenses. .  .T-j���������;,._ icceipts.���������. T...  "" .   ,      '      , ..,.;v>  iA*.i'eiulittire For .The Year 1913  I)c ii ei f' ba!a'nee cai r ied i'or  w.mhfrom 1912 ..".  ."��������� dvertteing....'. .A .,  '.A'.ucut.'.idewalks   ..  )J:aiii 'aecount ���������..-. ��������� ���������  Debit bn!. Dec 31, '13;$ 279 12  City expenditure 1913 56S1 07  Paid loausRoyal Hank 1000 00  l'libliciS: High School 34.10 76  lm. cement sidewalks 567 30  Paid lcf;al fees- r.  ���������    225 co  Total expeuditire ������11163 25  keecipLs a's per state  nient., ,_���������.i05g4 20  Debit balDec. 31, '13      579 05  ��������� 898 '5������  ��������� 4255 351  ��������� 376 00  ��������� '    37 45  1132 20  7 2 5  a 314������ 00  ..$10584-20  *   2 7  o ������' _ airs ,  79 12  M5 96  225 00  10 20  3 75  Assets���������  '"axes unpaid   Scavenger dues   _;cwer rentals   Scavenger buckets. . .  1\ lid ward from 1912  City building lots  (estimated)    Fire hall   apparatus..  Sale ' .'  Hothe, wagon, cart  tt  ' harness ?  Isolation hospital  Sewer pipes   Interest and legal fees  cement walks  .    l.iection 'account. T  1 nt.-1 : ccount. . . .".  ������- Fire' protection. ���������..  1 Wall account......  Ileal ili account   i,  ���������   Interest account. .  07 20"  22 00  9 a 5  2 2"5  ���������������������������    i5a 05  ...    765 1.5  I.-oktiion hospital      113 76  1/ians paid Royal Bank   1000 00  high:, street, halls  and  repairs, 1 r months.  M.i;.;i rate's account'. .  Nanaimo Goal   Oft C   44 0  7<  ������0  13  35  93  2'i  52  3"  29  00  4  00  ������3  7������  Foiice court 'd.va   Furk account   1'olice station repairs  Real   estate  tax-   S'..iidiics���������  I'did, l.eightou & Dai'--  , tiiAi % 142 5������  1'. Dunne 43 'Oo  Mm/Lea'*.Shan-  da-y & ICI Hot ro j go   '  Travel 'ji^ ex p. 100 uo  insurance     do 0 >  Kpeuul police..     iK 00  Snudrv items..    72 8,  ^'535 35  Stable account'   -  A.  R.   Kiev.s-  Lead % 37 00  O.A. Taylbr,. ^2 2s  A. H. tii'awford ia6 50  C, Mnssaito... fio 00  Sundry items.    4,5 71  $ 3(11 a/i  I'm ward ^'I-I'1-! 35  .''ij.ivei'i'cr       36 5"  ���������..lit. inspection         a 50  Court ray Saw  mill  .Si39 20  S i.idty item . .204, <ji)  3-1.5,. '9  Silaiics���������  * ��������� : ^'..-n.-M- f-'*i rn nn  )      \\     < V V  .  .  .  .     t-lffl   Mil  J    TiloUlsoil, ..   2,|" uu  T Con u u.'iSu 00  A. McKinnou . ...p.o 00  S 1744 19  160 75  5 ������������  32' 40  iS 40  2000 00  1200 00  250 ob  ������  o  W  6  ft  ������  fi  o  Camel, on fiuto  I Phone 1074, 521 Superior St |  Victoria, B. 0. g  p.  ������  ? ������������������ ��������� ��������� ������������������    ���������  ('=)    cars iu lirst class condition, wliich must be rold lo meet     Q  q    real (.slate payments,' ,. ������  We have fov sale a few slightly used and reluiilt     S  g Buick; 4 passenger, $275 ������  | Ford Touring Car,' $325 |  I. Ford Touring Car. : $350 I  I Ford Touring Car (i9i2)$425 I  ������  Galt,FivePassenger(i9i2)  i.i  ������  ^     Demonstrator, ?lightlv used, .elecric starter, }    <g1=7CA     S  ������ and limits.   ' \    fU*>V    |  |   Ford Touring Gar    - .  $275" ������  ������ and seveial other Touring Cars and Trucks.-   ..        ||  F  EEDIFEED FEED! - H  ���������A.'-S3. GBAWFOIlBpSAIOiF ': ||  '.- ���������'" '.'���������.. ���������     A ��������� ������������������     .:��������� .? ������������������'������������������������-  A large   stack of shorts,   bian', crushed oats,   hay and trjj  poultry fied .for side, iit'cxccptiuiuilly. Jow jirieos. ���������  ,. SS  - Plao_a������ 31$     ' Courtenay  !i!li|l|||||||llli:illl!lll!llllll!llllll!ll!;illlll!lll!:i:il!i;ill!HI!!ll!ll������l!ll!lltllllllli^  WI  PS /tH   11 ������      ^l  I lli. liltCtl  %?Apa I  k_y  Lllli  iwnira-iricqgMMi n1 *i t^   ��������� ��������� irog*  nrntm-umai     05n������ncMLariwairigo(-������i--0?a-U-������n  MAROCCHI BROS'   1  GROCERS   &���������   BAP  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS  S-'fM  i iS"-^ /T^t -?^H  The first  shipment of our spring slock   of ,  Shoos have arrival in    .  Men's Tan audsBlack Button  ��������� Ladies'Tan,'Gun Metal, and'  ���������Navy Blue ������ue'de ins  :; " ���������" 'Lace and Button"',; "���������;  Wnich for our, Sale, of Odds and Ends aft<,r-  ' Stoe!���������;���������'-Takinp-'  t-  Agents for,Pilsener Mrewing ConM)iin\,s 1JHKR  ���������Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds ot  Wines and Liquors. -       ������  I  Liabilities'  Hue Royal Hank ....'$ 2000.00  (_)v<t collection  of  ���������sciiool rates        487- 72  DeliJt Dec.  3r,  1913      579 05  ������3v. .A  #306677  SECOND    STRT  th���������������cMaman^bank  of commerce. "���������. ���������  THB;"33>EAL" STOBE''   N.'*tA m*hs.  tl  McRae,. Acton; Hayman ���������  1'  '���������I  1'  3 *  s  13-  0 '  ta  a  tl  {}  <!i!'-ii:i!ii!i:i!ii:ii:;!:i::iii!iiiiiiiiiii::!i:iiiii!iiiiii!i!!!!iii:ii:iiiii!!ii!:ii!!iii!i:ii:i!i^  rr^J^'.������'rn^Tr-.>c������3^tf������acg'jr������^\-TPgKi"_'a.������^^j^  ^\\i;iiii!ii'uii!i<ii!i;:ii:-iiiiii!T.i::iiiiiiiii!!!!!ii:i>ii:iiiiiiit:ii!i!iii������^ U^..  I   Capitul-Paid Up if 11,560,000   ' Resorvc $ia:0C0,00v>.   ^   The Rpyai, Bank of Canada.' v|  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  $.3 and under    3 cents  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10    fl    "  "     30      " " 30 10     "  "     30      " " 50 ..15     '"*  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  CU3TBERLAN.D HItAWCH.,  iliwfwuiiHiiii irri-WaTm.w  T li-.r^by certify that J have  ex a m in ued the' books aud accounts of tlicCily oi Cumberland  and find tbein correct and as set  forth abcvi:.  ���������   J. STKWART,   ���������  Auditor  On last Tuesday aflcrh'ion the  UK'inbn's of the Ladies of ili������*  Mficeiihees met iu the home of  Mrs. J. L. Hrown, for afternoon  lea. Alter nil the dainties were  sci've I aud enjoyed hy all, the  hfidv C oinmnnder, Kiiima Se '  grave, on behalf of the. Hive,  pri'Si'ii'ri Past I/idy f'oininan 1  cr. Mis \V. Hudson, with a cut  "lass bowl, ns an apjiv^ciatioii������1!  her steady attendance for lie  past year. The Lndy Coininaud-  i.*r ai>o pH'.st-atL'il on bclialf of  the Hive, L'dy Alinnie lb rl������u y  with a' v.'ri ing ca*e, for 1;ov  faithful r-erviccs as Record Keep  ei fur many   years.    During' tic  afternoon the   Ladies were en e !     laiucil   l.y  Mis.    Hudson    with  MONEX--:X)RDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank pT. Commerce, are a safe, convenienb-and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United Slates, are issued at  the following1 rates:  8.0  Bhould bo maito 1 y r.-.eans cf our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS unci  MONEY  ORDKRS.   I35iu.'.l without delay at reasonable ratos,   W. T. WI-iriK, Manngor  ������*mm**v >'i.mmx*M*+**iM+** npc*jra*fi������.'^^*  ^ . m.mmmm. .   j   ������������8f^$^iy$f&^^  GO TO-  i  HUGH MITCHELL  FOll   VOllK  Gcnl BiacEtsmithiiig  -Axn���������  Horseshoeing  Thii'd Sr.       Ciiml.i'ibiU  *mj^^*****+^**mm***t^*n*.^.** **���������**��������� m-******^**.*  IWoDi   Wood!  1   .   Wood       ,  ���������g    Now is1 the rinio to plnco    %.  ������)    jnu'V  oniei'   i'nr    SI.AH    ><*_  i������    ' AVOOD   - ������'  (V)    S2,f)0., i per di^ui.'li! lnnd    &  From The  s:;iik' clu'in: .'electior.s in the  piiniD. n'so muims weie indulged  i",    The   Liu'i ii s   hud    it    {^nunl  (illlC.   ^   Wi- l-ilicvc imp,",iiiiil opinion will  ���������ti-;:i;n ii.- v. !,< si \,d tay  that I'nr-  Iter W'ill'aii,-' I riel   speech    In' eh  hi|. ihe dnitli   of Lord   SlraIhconn  '} IV.I,"  t-l.t' ( I l   (���������    hl,lfl    llUllf't    UVV.T  llC.'il'll  Hi '.li'.' li'l.'l-l'itUIH        h was n  iii'nsi tp'i ee   i f  ���������ini|i|i'l    oloijiiuiil  I'b-u i li i>. j'-   r\   ie   mid   di/jnilj',  -111." * _ -* ���������.-1 i   ���������������������������  the i.-iiliini'llll   HlUl I'ii; SOl  ',:'-[)A> ������������������������������������j|,|l!'...!i-( ������������������ i'.,. |,Mtl|,>iie'd   of Uoi-  Tool  Aeeotinl -.       >,> 05 iv-lnif!    Ti.i-i "-y   .i.iiimI exti.i  'I'n'.al expeiiditme Jwv ; vnuaut, hd  ���������������    ln-!i( ve a pt-ruu.il  the vear t������,������o ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ '/75'-' A') ������������������' ' I;"h'''''"' "���������'"' ll(,;J "'" *''' ^otinU  nut t,f \i*ihlic & High jnrMaofiin cnu.^ii-mk.���������Time..  m ii'i to City for i'_>13 3 llfJ 7<A    V(.,  .r.i' .1   <���������', ,- :i 'i't ii    lio'i.i-  loll Aiiii'i.iv I'ioiii it   \ i ll    to   \'illl-  ;*;.   .ciiK'-iw.eiit < it. <>i cnu. ;,.���������.,.  !'���������'   I.  ���������', .��������� the scr ii)!,)  I'OK  SAI-K���������l|ii::-i������   nml    10  ���������K'l'i'i* (if Inn 1 oii lln^'.������ K"iid.  .���������Inn- Id (iiWII. Tet-lii> !j''l.")tl.(i;.  Idu'ii, liiil)iin:i> iiiuiilhlv, JJoiii-i'  to rent. Apply J\ (), ' llox 1110  or ihis cHieii,  *ss^*ji TtZSSS&JtaiS/''Ji^S!T*XSBHS*Vi^  NOTICIITC) PAKl'NT'S  I Star Livery Stables I  fc'<*xia'X&������������,������<^^  '*''P**'t>*V*ty't>i/Wri<W*'i'*<M*  ���������'���������   *  ���������!>  >  I'  NOTlCf:  Ail pup.is   wlm  coiitt'ii)|nnte| ;;  entering the primary division ol  ihe Cuinbeiland   jmblie   yehiml  during the present   term,   must  ��������� iii -a hf/bp' tl'e  "['fh il-ty f,f J'ijj-  iuuy.  T. H. UARICV,  Secretary School Ho.nd,  Mr. C, (i, Kvaii.a*, snu-ind;,,,- o!  Mr. P. |������. Mail) uuild. nrilvcl  .1- c u-.fiit'y     fi*-iii   tiio   iipi, i'  i "uu'ry,  t  Mr. 3lny Am'u ison, Pro- <,  ;.^ vlnrinl Mniiogtr of th������ L'rit- *  '& iah Cohunbiii Lilo Auuirnnca %  -fit m>  p 0. , Iins been lu Cumborlitucl <!)  7 rnnrntlv   onft   tfi-ivniotr-il   A *(  **                    *                  " li  J PiniMtTtPr T������\rtT'.tl Wnrry. r *'  ^DRAFTS 7"i.".t!.i:i>"lN"'AN'Y   .CQllirKN^y'., rAYADl.E. ALL H  | OYtfll    THE    Wt)HLf.>.        ���������'���������.���������.. -"���������[���������- '     J  | SPECIAT^AT'i'KNTlON paid to HAVIXC;S;ACCOUNT^'& ii:teie-t |  I ut hi'-ihem   OtiiTvi't K.u:es. silluWid mi I'i posil's of .$ 1 ;u.d r.pwnuls. 8  1 '        0'J--C3 3'iLV7 0, B   C , B.ano^i, Op3ii D.iil/' J-  S UWION ,;AY, B.c'.'vSttb-Branch, Opari Tiiosdrvys & Fridays: .. U  I        - D. Mm MORRISON', .Mahflger, - j/  | COURTENAY,   -H.O,    Kmnch," Opon Dnily. %  1 ������ R:, 71    -I    RDWICKE, Manager. |  V;ft:;K|MKIfll!ll���������im  SI  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  S|   DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  zm*^wm^>*.^Kimti*,vr**r&M**ui4tmmm**:ici*tKmvJurmmi.mm.r.'urmriiimwi i tn n nrr.wm**nn������*m������** tn.i.rfw.TM.mu^w  ���������^iciaL-*w-fc.j.-im.^M_WMii������-jfci^i^������i>^������-.w*4^ _������-i-u--.i-i-t.rfJ-i^-,j>3^... aaa_vnri gj ��������� ���������. v-^iY.t v r^1M1)|1w||  =V. BO^Oi^A  Manwfaoturev o������ MINEKAL WATER  ������������������nmmi--iiin  1>,0. BOX 402  'PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  ^MU-tM*tiiatujmnvr*u-wuuvK*i*Ji.*itrjr.iu.*v*iBmmr.\*i*vn  ������������������^TT.gn-ff>M&rai-^^  ���������tsaeaxanaiszsi  N  IF YOU GET IT AT       PLIMLEY'S  Big pall in  Cycle Prices  IT'S ALL RIGHT  1*. t 'or.JKti 5 our liomo  compnny.  ������-ee#������*ifr*ii-fr**t_'������**f'M>tf*ftir  I'OTt tSALlv��������� Six-room cot-  tajre; biiili mul jjfooil oiillmiliiiiigji  Apply A. H.   IVncey.  During stock-taking wc; have found that wc  have quite a num bur ct second-hand shop-  Kollcil ami "rciunuid from hire" niacliiiics  ami are holding au end of season clearance  nt l)i������r price reductions.    Look inlo this.  Thos. Plimley  73.Q V   TE8 STmutV  I  VICTORS 1-3. C..'  IHB


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