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 ,&*&-iwjstff.XiHt<tiiJ*Q**  Jfe>fc*s������HJt.  -? tf.  ���������r^-t^'ltif^tMitll^i^^t^VMlJtii^fp*^^  <tta-a ;.���������V.lm ^.ecuJFtiM-ist  '���������^,^ASJW^^JJa^^-;iii^U���������.Hr^.*!1-!,!*-���������'������������������''  ���������*.������ 4HMU.Ulfili.u-V.  -'-"- "^*-������l.      '  ���������������������n-fev^,^j���������r������uuWv.t���������. >-^"*,  .-jJWW/������.������6*v.������������WMfJMIlHW^, ���������  ^  0X  1  A Journal Devoted BsDOciaJly, to the Interests of Comox District.  Tin. Nkws, Tw'jjntikth Yj^ak  CUMBERLAND, B.,C.,'.'WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, iqj-I  Subscription $i..oo a Ykar  n iU*.- rmmm rnmnrrivi .%kivm>m  THE BIG STORE  i Trj**Df*t m *t ���������mv*  Financial Statement  Dry Goods;'  Gent's  Furnishings, Boots, and Shoes  and Hardware.  Sale Lasts Three  Days  Only  Terms Gash���������!'���������     Terms Cash!  Ask for  our Reduced Prices  cm your next  Grocery Order.  ) . ��������� __      ���������       .: LIMITED...,.,...     ���������  jjTT" DuiiPimuK'AHnuT;    PiiWpi^UmmRI^^lrt���������  Receipts nnd.   Expenditure's'.For  The City   of   Cumberland  *  For  The   Year   191:3. '.-,  RECEIPTS���������  Drain accouut S   .2750  Dog Tax.... ' 25 co  Hall Kent 1......'.... 480 00,  Isolation.hospital..... ,84 00  Kilpatrick, D.......'. 38 15  Mathewsou, W. A,.. 47 10  McPhee. J  *  35.70  Police Court fiues.... 898 50'  Real estate lax.. .... 4355 35  Road tax account..... 376 00  Sundries  37 45'  Scavenger. >JL.......   , 1132. 20'  Scale account  725  Trades Licenses..,.. 3140 00  Total receipts  $10584 20  Expenditure For The Year 1913  Deficit balance catried for  ward from 1912.... J.  279 12  Assets���������  Taxes unpaid .���������.. .'5 1744' 10  Scavenger dues  160 75  Sewer rentals      5 00  Scavenger buckets... 32 40  T. Kdward from 1912 iS 40  City, building lots (estimated)  2000 00  Fireball  apparatus.. 1200 00  Sale.���������. ' 250 00  Hoihe, wagon, cart &  harurss . ���������  390 00  Isolation hospital.... 600 00  Sewer pipes..   .'  "50 00  Interest and legal fees 7.92 30  cetueul walks  /erusing,  Ad vi  Cement s-idewalks  Drain account ���������  145 9&  225, 00  10 '20  3 75  67. 20  22 00  9 05  ��������� .-,<���������>  2 25  " x5? 05  766 15  Liabilities���������������������������  Due Royal Bank ....$ 2000 00  Over collection of  ���������' school rates       487 72  Deficit Dec.  3r,  191-3-    57905  MACFARLANE BROS.;LTD  "THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE."  ..Dr. Kerr^dentist, will* -be   in  ���������Cumberland, January ..14th   -and  following days.  ���������.V  t  I.  1  ���������i'.  New that tie list, of New  Year's honors ! ns bean published  601110 notable omissions will bo.  noticed, as far as. Montreal is con-  corned. Evidently our Ministers  At Ottawa did ' not exorcise the  discretion wliieh thoy should havo  exorcised hi giving out to tho party press announcements _, us to  whnt Conn -tho honors wero to  tnko, Tliero is no need to bo  angry with tliem���������they aro all,  apparently, unversed in tho ways  of-statesmanship, aiid will not  loam 'except by 'experience,.  Their ''ollicial'' announcement  will servo to show their good intentions, and their uncomfortable  experience in this insfaiu-a will  probably produce more discretion  in the future,���������Daily  Tolegrnpli.  BiRTlI��������� At West   Cumber  .land, 011 Thursday, Jan.  8th, lo  Mr. and Mis.   K.   T.   Searle, n  son.  Manager vSntherland of the  Uig Store, arrived home from a  business trip lo Viotoria ou Sunday.  St. Gecrgo'u Presbyterian  c'mrft'i will hold their itnntml cm  tfi'Ci'ationnI moot iny on Friday  eviMiiiiir ill the. hiifci'iiioiit of the  church at 7.W, As this is tho  business meeting of the year, it is  noopfinn y thnt every inomlMr nud nilhc������  r nt, l������n nren nt.  -Tho.-'ioguliuv,mooting -of-.;tho  Ladies of the Maecnheos, Cum-'  berland Hive No. _7, was held on  Thursday evening, Jan. 8th. After tho usual order of business,  tho following ollieurs wore ii.sfall-  ed by Past Commander Helen  Clarke agisted by Jessie. Gray,  who acted as Lady of Coroino-  nios:���������Coinniander, Emma So-  grave; Lit'iit Commander, Isabella Ri.ksonjA Past Commander,  MaryHndson; Chaplain, Eliza-  both Horbury; Record Kucpor,  Dolina Fnuicischini; Finance Auditor, Margaret Adainson; Latly-  at-Arins, Pricillu Potter; Sergeant,  Ellen Knseell; Soniina], Ellen  Miller; Picket, Jennie Konuld;  Captain of (Jmini, Eiiphomiii  Prown; Color Bearer 1, Ellon  Potter; Color Hearer 2, Elizabeth  Shearer; Ensign 1, Ellon Walker;  Ensign 8, Jessie Gray.  Tko Lndloji' Aid (f H: O.orKo'rf clmrnh  lurprinol 1 In ir Dimmi'vl'io {idii*, Mr.-<,  Murdock, by (,'u'lioil>. (t 1 fo linim tf  Mr������, Jnliii Fr-Ktr oii Mmilny id oin"<,n,  'A\ the, 00,1 minn other ftf*t l������Mhd;iy. A  \ery yUin-vt lime van hpent over llu<  i   *CU,������, liuilU.   Wl.l I.t lill)   |'ll I..V llill.lu A  jliortp'U^rn'iil^tuiy ������ko o'i fljipru|ir..tt<i  U>tbOi'������e. ii'-oxi,  Tlio firat jmblio nictitlng of tho ci- io  cloutimi o.impalgu, wu. lu-lil liy Mayor  Ciimpbtll lu thu Cnmlicilird Hull un  Tuctd.y ovcnii #, Mr. W, Mux'ioll in tiio  ultnir, Un ti.o pU-for in woro tlio mayor,  T. IC. B,itt. unci A tl-i'iii.ih Millar, nluuil.  MliohiU. A. M-ix\\oll. T, 1.|.-1-h������*.i 111J  Trustee Hi-own, immalmioly   bolow tbo  platform. The mayor, who wns  the first speaker, delivered a  very good address, principally  along civic lines. Messrs Hate,  Maxwell, Miller, Beveridge and  TruMee Urowu delivered spirited addresses, listened to with  mark a! at'.enticu "and ::si������.-iv::t  by the )������iiyc iiiKl;ci������v,c ot hulh  sexes. Wc cannot remember  when thc ladies where so much  inevideucoat any public meeti-ig  as that of Tuesday cveiiii)Lr  Mr, Hn'c promised the audience, lha1 if thev would attend  his meeting 0:1 Wednesday ev  cuing, he would go fully into  his platfot'in, nnd would give  them iuJunmiiiu.) iliat would  make their bair stand mjj end.  93==2o=  5^3������  39 00  4 06  ���������83'70  Dog Tags ���������   Election account   Fuel accouut.-   Fire protection ,  Hall account ,  Health,account. ,  Interest account": .y...  Isolation hospi tal /    113 76  Loans paid Royal Bank ioop bo  Light, street, halls and. -A  repairs, 1.1 mouths.. ."445",76  Magnate's account.-, a, 3 .80  Nanaimo Goal   -113'.35  \^i Jiit,C=r'rr������='irri~ii=r^ri*p=ri  Police.comt fiiies....  Park accouut.: ���������..". *.  Police station repairs  Real estate tax,...;  ������������������---..Suuddes���������;' "y -  Pird, Leighton'& Darling..... jl 142 50'  P. Duuue 42 00  MacLean.Slran-  dley & Elliot 100 00  Travel'ng exp.  100 00  Insurance     60 00  Special police.'; 18 00  Sundry items..,   72 85  ^535 35  ���������~     Stable accouut���������  A.  R,   Kiers-  lead. $ ,37 00  O.A, Taylor.. 32 25  A. 13. Crawford 126 50  C. Mussatto... 60 00  Sundry items.    45 71  * 3or $  Forward ifi.f.404 35  Scavenger .,.     36 50  .��������� cale inspection        2 50  Courtenay Saw  mill ������139 20  Sundry'itcius . .205 99  345 19  Salaries-���������  Jas. Abrams. ..������350 00  J. R, Gray.... 960 00  J. Thomson... z.\o 00  T. Coun ro8o 00  A. McKinnon. .,420 00  ^2950 ro  Tool Account      j3 95  Total expenditure for  the year 1913....^7752 49  Cost of public & School  to City for 1913.... 3410 76  Total Expenditure.... 11163 25  Financial statement City ol Cum  berland for thc year 1913  Debit bal. Dec 31, '13 $ 27<j 12  City expenditure 1913 56S1 07  Paid loansRoyal Hank 1000 00  Public & High School  Int. cement Mtlcwniks  Paid legal fees.......  ���������   ' ��������� ���������    '      ' #3������66 77  .1 hereby certify that 1 have  examinned the books and accounts of thcCity of Cumberland  aud find,them correct aud ag set  forth above. ' .    v.  J. STEWART,  Auditor  EAGLES INSTALL OFFICERS.  . Comox Ac-tie, Fraternal Ordor of Ea-  .tt-fl No. 1953, installed thoir oflic-rs on  W.dnesd&y even-njr, January 7th. TLe  following nro the o(Gc."'r������: -Worthy Presi-  ili;ur, F. Z. Good; Wortlty Viae-President,  Wm. Kten-m: Worthy ( liapUin, Louin  Frnncecbiui; Woilhy. Socretiry, jHines A.  L-'eaoock; Worthy. Treasurer, Dominic  Ma'rchetti; C'onftwibjr, F. L-ffley; Iusiilc  Guar.1, R. Marcc.hi; OutxiJe Gu .rd, V.  BirtijTjuatoc-p, vy. Colli*);,'. Jos. As.es",  W. Clatke.   After iu.ta'.lution," a  eoc;ul  Announcing   our  pnaa,  idmintep  Cleapanee   Sale  c*********?  v������  evoi.i-.gw.is very plt-niantly s;.cnt.  Comox' by  commenced  DENMAN ISLAND.,  , One of the (test dances of tho  season", .was that hold at the hall  -oy. .New.t.Yeavla.-JEvo. ? when-, a- laro-e  crowd-'assembled to ���������*celebrate the  coming ot 1D14-, and bid adieu to  1013. Tiie hall was "filled-to its  utmost capacity, people, travell-'  iiiff from Hornby, Fnion Bay and  launches. Daneiiio-  at 8 30, and Mr.  Pred Pieroy acted as floor uiiiii-  acrer with ' nnrelentiiig energy.  Tho principal musicians, were  Mrs, Abe McLaughlin, pianist;  Mr, Thos. Graham, violinist-  Several others kindly <_avo assis-  *'    o  lance, Much uleaeuie was af-  forded the audience by the vccid  numbers rendered by Mr J, ]\Ie-  Niuipjit, Mr. J. Lockerly and Mr.  W. McKay, who also rendered a  violin solo, Tho New Year was  ushered in by tho blowing of  horns and the firing of guns, At  the bewitching hour of twelve,  supper was sorvoii, The merry  party broke up at 5 a. in,, and  wo tided Ihoir way to their res-poet-  ivo homos, fully convinced that  thb DitiiimimteH know how lo  givo a good time, which will he  further enhanced when their npu.  (dons hall is built.    The- one, und  It   is   our fixed   policy not   to   carry  not    to -carry   goods over   from  season to sensen. All winter goods  are marked at prices that will ;uh  doubtedly result in a clean sweep  : Sale opens  En day and'continues until  the end of the month. ������ Goods  at this sale  not returnable.  boueht  o  its the, L  ave i  +������������������  Macfarlane Eros., Limited  THE CORNER STORE CUMBERLAND  ���������mw:  only daiieo of the season, was that  given on Thursday, Dee, llth, by  Mrs. D, Pickles.    Wif hope   that  Mrs. and the Misses Pickles  wMI  soon give another such time.'  The Church of England now nn  der con.truition is  Hearing   com  pletion, and it. is expected will he.  dedicated iiiH'de of two months.  "Rev, Father Merlons viti'.ed  here locenlly, remaining a few  (iiivR, durinj! which time he eele-  hrated Ma^ llu was the guc*-'!  of Mr, and Mrs. S. DemerFque.  Mr. William Collins, of \'ad^  eon ver, who has been visiting his  nephew, Mr, .1. A, Prater, of  the linn of I'V^ecr & llii-lmp, I't:-  iou Iiuv, has returned to.his home,,  1*011 SALK~,Siwo..m cottage; ha-lt and gmnl outbuildings,  Apply A,  H. Ptmcey.  Ih'nnt aro plenliftil   in   Bay ua  Sound,    Me.wa bewis   Magnoni  and Thos. Hmlson secured a  bag,  of 47 a,  few   dnys   ago.    Wo are  very fond of brunt   up   this   way  Naiiniino, Jim. 0.���������.Sidney  S)ml(������, oi Yie.lon'.-t, nud PettU- Ac  l(/n and son, of Onmberlaud. were  iho successful pre emptors bore  yesterday for iliieo jHrccU of  govern mont land thrown open nt  Hoinby Ishiinl, .Some of thc  men in line yoslerduy morning  had been waiting s*jii'jo Tin sday  of last week.  !J  CAMPBELLS  l\io y"'  5<>7 3"  a 3,5 oo  Total expenditure ������1116,3 25  Receipts as per state  meal      HJ.SH-i --������; m|  H  ^nvlTT  Pw%-y������i-rtrP   CJ >������ 1 Y\YY*i C\Y\ if Cf  Jt^tOjJmXJ fim������ ]y*  *.m.l-������)       *W A*.Aj-J Aim, mf AA V *W  in Laces and Embroideries, also   the newest  models in e'e a la Grace  Corsets  1  a*m*w**^*t*am*t+**\*  Debit ba J Dec. 31, '13     5;*'.,  II!  CAMPBELLS  :'1  ttm*  r'J'i.  Hi  Y,  '���������T-A  tfy  a. .1  :*.  ,'f  V:  saffTHBR-^aii:  ��������� ��������� ���������*"*��������� "airr  .....m. m,    S-.JT ....  .-m-..tfm'tmti  'jarjic;  ~~,.i;i,*U. m-   . . *mU.3..rJmtlW^~..m  "4... .tr*KXlk^um I.VJWI tm*ri*-(~r.mrtm*l._~r*W_ ���������>���������  ffHE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C  i   ���������  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R; Punshoa   "  Wart, Lock & c*, Limm>a  l-er.don, Melbourne * Toronto. #  ���������b^w**^fi������M^ ������****���������  (Gout! i  Li.llj,- :iRo in J*;i!*5.',  WJUcwi murmured  thou.-jM li .i 1 .-oould  iwo i-tunp'irtniontK; 1  iio-.-o>-;!:iry  for n pool  !l!)  lie*   was   bom.  ilroiuniJy. J  livo niy life  in  llioujjht il  wus  to hnov lire;  1  l'noi.s  iti.il   women  1 Uk'1i:a!h  1 would  a ono tin!!"  ���������!.Ay  Llu- nvo of Un- l.imwJ.il  BVil.        V.'i*!!,  i'   >--e.iiiK  |:i,  iluuini't   ilu-.t  onl  were always lioot  Kiio*s\ c-sil and'\v:vi:;.-ilo!a-  my lifo and in th;* other half 1 would  la.- D,i> in.,t, ilu* i-'-in;i'*r oi' deop triu!,���������*.*.  fur 1 wished, U> ho v.*).c���������tlie fruit of  of Un- l.nnwK'il.m. <il" po.i.l irid  l-?i' ad.'oil   in on;  briskly,  'coni|)ai'iini--iil:i in  which  I wished iu Jive my I'.fo \vv<; not wa-  U-i'-lh-W and   . ni.- iias owrllowed the  DlllU!*.  Hut you did nm h::ow,. she aidied.  Oii; Wilton, you did-i)o'- Know? nniPiw'  kIio spoke h!k' shuddered, fnr 'nip eon-  ttiralcii wus of worn, tilings ilmn .he  bad aiitioip;.tod, and mado lior undor-  itniul Dial her lapJi would ho harder  than slu: ha.d ever dreamed it. would  Ik-. , Ueforo, slio hail supposed tin's  alien personality was soim. hind of  Riirsc or fosse?sion for which ii.s victim was li.-irdly, ref--pf.m-.db. ni all;  but, ihoi'L* briof words of his mado her  undovslaml ii camo from Lis own actions, was horn of his past deeds and  ivords. Oh you did not hnow, she  .aid ai.nin.  3 know v.'hi-ii 1 hogan, he answered  slowly and feebly. I thought 1 was  InsVins knowledge and experience, and  that wheu 1 know enough 1 would  ���������>(.->]>��������� Ihlf. I wrnl ,5, further than 1  meant. One always docs, you know.  Hut 1-sioppcd at last and- thought 1  had conquered it- But the desire for  my sins iclurnod to ine, and "when  Wilton Mnyne. drove away, then it  won by tr.aol.ory and slipped back :-.s  Hilly Miir.���������no, no, 1 never knew���������but  Hilly Man was par. of myself, of niy  own self���������just as much as Wilton  Mayne--! was tho ouo as much as the  rt!ic;--.-ii' 1 hr.ft not made path and  rooiL for Hilly Man lie would never  have come, ho could never havo  _ro>\n." .Mi) lie is-coming back now.  lie broke off with a sudden cry-of ter:  ror, help nio Dora.  Once n>_.-c,1ho look of ov.l ^rew upon his face .-aid iu a-, eyes a'deep and  subtle wickedness; but usii.-j her love  us a weapon, she beat it away and  away.    ���������  "" .3Ti"t~ne"-"w H1���������win-hi-*i-l i e-e-n d���������\Vi i-i eo-  said, unspins with oxhanstion, for yon  cannot always he strong and y;u- cannot. .Jways watch. Then ho will return and'l shall die as Hilly Man, and  Dial, is the most awful ibiu. of all.  Not die, she whispered terribly, not  die���������Wilton. ,  1 think that, 1 am dyins, lis answered, 1 hope that 1 am, for liow can 1  live? Hut Dora, lio implored witli a  wild and terrible anxiety, don't, let. nie  tlie as ;Thlly Man���������let. me he 'Wilton  Mayne when J 'die-, for that matters  above everything olso.  It' you die, she said steadily, you  'shall die as WiHou whom 1 love and  not as that othor whom I hate,  JJo seomod a. little comforted,  Perhaps if might nor. have boon so  lad, ho murmured, if 1 had not. mot  1 ith.Dnrand. JJo kuo ' me in J'ai-is,  lie met. mo afterwiu'dii---fu.mowhow he  knew that at lon.. intervals thp devil  of my old deeds ontorod into mo and  mndo-mo���������wh you know. It was  ho wlio planned i.ud fohr-mod and look  liis advantage out, of my double life.  Wo did much wickodnesH together, he  mid J, and we had n Jioubo on iho  downs whoro wo invited young men  with money <o rcnmhlo, Durund Iuul  liis daughter there sometimes, though  he was fo or-unliij. lie hid from hor  what,, wc wen- really dolus. Onoo 1  i-oinonibor hor suspicions wro so  Btrong she tried to warn a young fel  low- ;t younK pit'eon We wore plucking. Ti.c-y were at Luv-nlU'ast and 1  called her into anothor room,- and  when jdio dolled, nie 1 knocked her  down and stunned lior. Yea, 1 romombor now. and the pigeon���������l-'raulc  Thorold, liis name was���������ho saw mo  and allackcd nie-and in the ond 1  hud to shoot him? Vo..,,,! remember,  1 Hum; a knife at him and ho picked  up .'!.Kin's littlo pistol���������-a mere toy--  and Jirod at. mo bul missed, and 1 Jived  buck���������-and did not. mis".  Wihon, Wilton; she wept and in dc-  s-'pair? v.as that you','  Ilon'l. desert me, ho cried out in terror. JjnL I hen it wasn't: bad fun,  thos. days, ]-,e added in a harsher  tone, and suddenly shn saw in liis  eyes thai Hilly Man was back and  mocking her.  For an hour sho strove, her love  strong, stronger, till weak woman as  she vas there va. notions olso so  strong as it. Thon it "von, and at  last it vas Wilton Mayno who lay  again mildly on the bed, and sho knelt  beside it with lier head upon her arms  and knew tliat sbo was nearly done.  And ho was feeble and exhausted  also, for bis body had boon shaken  almost to death by the prolonged and  dreadful- struggle*.  Dora, ho said, there is but one way  -one way, for yo . are nearly done.  3 am���������i)early, slio gasped out.  And 1 am near to death, ho? snid,  very noar. lie paused a moment io  gather, strength.' Pluck the pillow  from under my hc-ac, he said, and lay  it on my face,.and let mo die while 1.  am in my right m.ud,  He plucked h. tho pillow himself  with feeble hands, but he had not thu  : '.rouglh.  1 am���������too weak,' he. panted, but  above all things it.is nscc-ssary ihat 1  should die as Wilton Mayne and not  as Hilly SI an .Ho you yourself���������do  you not know Uiat, also?  Yes. she said in a whisper.  Then do what 1 ask, he said.  1 cannot, she answered, aud for .'.  space they watched each other.  Do it���������no, don't, he said, and at ihat  she saw it was again Hilly Man peeping at her from his oyes.   Hho called up all her force and hy  the greatness oi: hbrTb'-.o once nwrcr  she drovo him i .'.'ay, and once more  called back Wilton Maym. to his true  self. Hut thon she lay exhausted, and  Wilton said to her: Dora, come and  kiss mo before 1 die���������and i" you will  help mo I may die as Hilly Mar, for  he and death are both very near to  mc���������ho i������ ready to come back at any  moment, ��������� ,'  Oh, anything but that, slie moaned.  Thou���������7��������� he whispered.  For it ia in my mind, he whispered  that if 1 dio as Billy Man, as 1 fear I.  may���������rjic-n I do not think that wo shall  meet, again���������that its what is in my  mind, Dora.  SD1J sho did not "answer.  If you lovo mo, ho said, pleading for  his death as for thc'hoou of hei, love,  lf you lovo mo, Dora   Wilton, Wilton, have 1 nol loved you  vory greatly? she exclaimed ia her anguish ���������  It \a why J ask', yon, ho persisted, for  then 1 hopo that wo may meet again  --for if T dio iik'Hilly Man, then v.e  shall bo separated for over, without  ond--1 rear It.  She put hev hand upon iho pillow,  but she did not move it,  Tnko it away, ho whispered.  Sho obeyed  him.  hay il, over my face, lie said.  f-'lm oh?,-ul him.  Vory Itchy, Whon Brushed, Dandruff All Over, Hair Came Out iii  Great Bunches, Ciitictira Soap  and Cuticura Ointment Curod  Hoad in Throo Weeks-  jr������ Ilnllnm iii., 'I'lii-onio, i)u|,- "Aliout,  twoyi'iminiiiilliiiiluiMlnilt hi- 'tin. "dy bond  _.������>!��������� wowo nml v-n.b.i ft>.ni".| on It. w)ili-)i  0 ^     iiwluli lii'ldlni'ln i,  lt\\i"i  f        \   wry Itchy and unvo om v.  (. -X���������;--;f   ,,!|"'11U'.'" *������ "a"."cli ll. wlili li  "(fw"   ;;,'���������$}    HH' l<Mli\lllt>(\     I  l'h'.'|l,VI llllll  y  /IWA    our I lirnilHi'l tny hatril i.ciid  \--l\A       tin* iliiiidi'iiir nil iim'c,    Tlm  to wi-nrjuy liitii wIuhIhm-iii tlio  linn.- o nt worl; i.r oui,   Wl'cn-  :i(l  III)  / ll'lll'l'umno-.ll IHKl..--.! Iilllu'lli-.H  until I *_;i.-,' iir.inly b.-ld ninl  ������li>'il R wi." i.t Hi woi-M R i-'im; o,H, i-ijoiy  Olid (dl.  j mi a.    -    v ni, ii,,.,..;,. ik , i til; i .  fori*. 1 Irli'il ..,.\.... | ii,|u... ! n.>|. ||i- i hul,  tlicy Wito no irnnd, Ai'dr nlnn nuvinlix lilio  thla 1 had Jmnliy i-.ny Imlr k fl, v, lieu ono dny  I Il,i[Jf,';[|.-������l fo I-.-., (lie ������<!<tr.)riii 'i| if  C'litli.-iini Hou'i and Dliilini-'nl In Um iniprr,  I !trnl:dilv.uy i".it ror u ::i.iiir'.������, Aitor llr-i,  v.���������:.:..��������� . :���������'.��������� ���������: '���������'������������������������������������ ��������� . i . ,..v. ,i  com1. (.'u'.I.um Mii.tia-ui, ;".'! I i >ii>i ������'. -[  n (no r.O r.-lii t. Al'.v.- flulidili ��������� (!.. ...,i|,i,. |  vcat jind :;ot. a r.i;.) of (MU-- :.v. .-i,,-..p and u  1 <.."{ orciUli'iirp, Olntiiji-iit, I.i ihi-Ki iv.i>|i.|  Jln-y liud fund my i-od," -i-.;.!'J) u,  Vr:.i, Miiyia, nin,  rnt'tccr.-.f .-,-,;.���������,.1 u( .(i-.-.i-.. .u. .-)i,ii.������i  f>ii'j<o:/t'('oriipl';.',liiii-;, rod, lourii i-;n a--, -.u't  di-y, thin I'.r.d fidlbii: liulr, i,;A on '   , liitl",  I)-.'it H i i i������lu;o-l < rii.iiiiitl iiA i. V.....:,  rt tloriti i'-'Ai il ol'O-n Lllilk-l'-lll. i:'jl ! . -.. -^<  ���������hen-, r.it-lilirr. tfr.-.rnnipluof ��������� 'j'., v.nu  ia-p. hook, i.tii'J jii^i-i-i'.rd to l'i>'.tir J<ni({  % CIlCIU. f.'o.-p., l).-in. ]l, l!,rilon, I.', ii. A.  time ago.  Thorold shook his head, but made  no other answer. Ilo knew that Joan  waa dead, ho had seen her hurled over  the odgo o��������� u precipice into tho sc'a  beneath, and he know that no mortal  could survive such a fall���������yet it thrill-,  cd him to hear Lock assort that she  was alive. Of juj-so it was only another stupid polioo blunder, hut still���������  , Oh, said Lock annoyed, hut 1 am certain���������in fact ) set one of. our-men to  follow her.  Thorold swan*, round upon his heel,  his sombre oyo.p burned strangely, ahd  when he spoke it was with almost un  aoeent of threat.  ' You must ho mad,,he said, we shall  aii of us follow hor some dny���������but not  in this world.  Look jshru'.sed his shoulders impn't-  ionily, and then Thorold pointing from  the window to a couple of men louns-  inp: lazily nsain.u-t si yard wall near,  snid:  Are those two ot your men'.' And  that painter at the houso higher up  who looks as If ho hnd novo- used a  brush in hia lilo before--is he another  You have sharp oyo?, Mr. Thorold,  snid Look wiih a ruthe. vexed laiu.li,  yes, those aro my men���������wo have tho  house  surrounded.  What are you vailing for, then?  Thorold askod.  The head of the. gang--a man named  Durand, also callod Hilly Man, Lock  explained, foi tbo police wero under  tho impression that Hilly M.an wns an  alias which Durand used; ho and .  colored num, named Monday, ought  to bc hack here soon, and thon wo  m,eau to Pino?   them. - -   -  (To bo Continued)  STRICTLY     FRESH   EGGS  Would Limit Time of Keeping Eggs tn  "Cold Storatje  \YiishiuRton.--l,rQduction of egg. in  tho United States has steadily increased, during tho past M years. The  price of e-igs has also moved steadily  upwards, Dcpattment of agriculture  ollicials declare that cold storage is  responsible for the high prices. Figures issued recently by tho censi:,-, bureau show that in ISO!) American hens  laid 3,2!io,CG2,000 dozen ��������� eggs, which  was seventeen dozen for every man,  woman and -child L. the country.  Iir 3 90!) thoy produced 1,7.3 dozens  per capita, while this year'it is estimated that they will produce 17.S doz-  pes per capita. '   o  As to prices ibe statistics show tliat  k. JS90 average best fresh, eggs sold  wholesale in Now York, highest price  at 3iJ cents, in 190-1 at -17 cents, in  J DOS at oii cents, in November, 3912,  nt 60 cents. Last month they -.ere  T)i> cents.  Department oflici..is expressed the  opinion that there should bc a national law limiting the timo, which eggs  may ho kept in cold sto.age; six  months probably being t.he limit'.'This  -t-h eyLjsaiil, __voulcL.i)iit eggs on th e  market, more uniforn  them from boing hold  prices. Further  shipments of csi  anothor,'   except  GIL LETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  r^  'lV'1 "III ������.,���������; (f(. |Ka ���������,UU p���������U,UK������*|l!l������ ������-' L"V  &*5*  -^'gLUTTCOMPANYUMjJ^  ���������    Too  Hard  The incident in iho Ul.if.-gow Court  When, a aul'fragetto threw applet at  tho judgo rooiills a litilo-hnown story  connected wiih JUadamo Saiah llern-  hiirdL  In lier dressing room ouo ci'oning  sho summoned one of her-attendants,  and ordered l.er to bring some poach  en from tho nearest shop , Either tho  maid misunderstood tho order or sho  thought, as the saying goes, ihat any  old fruit would o, for sh- came back  a few minutes lator with half a-dozen  plump, juicy pears in a basket.  At the moment, Hernhardt was declaiming to a .".���������ieud about (ho dearth  of good new plays, and anybody would  liavo thought slio was too absorbed  in lier lamentations to notice the  maid's mistake. Slio took a,pear from  tho basket slowly and apparently' unconsciously, and tho maid turned to  leavo thc room.  In an unlucky moment the girl  paused at the door and looked round.  Then, with astonishing swiftness and  accuracy of aim, Bernhardt raised  her hand and the pear liow through  sp-ieo, smashing itself to a juicy pulp  on tho girl's head.  Thank llcavcu! was all she said;  thank Heaven, my firl, that you did'nt  bring apples.  Test for a Fiddglass  Inquiry has it that the "absolute and  infallible tost ot- a glass by the purchaser is to scd what si^c letters can  be r--id across tbe street from tha  cician's shop.  It isn't. The real-test ss a climb up  a long and brushy hi]) ftnlil thc breath  comes a hundred to tbo minute, thon  a snat.ih for the- glass, reposing in a  shirt pocket, to ,_ec-. whether-the buck  is -t.ilo ono you-war.t- before you lire.  ,1C it won't go In your shli. pocket it  Is not tho glass you want; others arc'  made that will. If it ���������,hakes in your  ajitated hauda it is not the glass you  want; you cannot,seo enough, imvo  with a hiKh power glass to pay for  the times when it L unusa.b because  you cannot hold it steady. . .  ���������5  *****;  OMD  MM  tax)  A Cinch  Howard���������la thero anv af.viintago iu  having your best girl'nightly educated?  Coward���������Sure thing!  Xo one trios  lo get her away from you.  REMEMBER J The ointment  you put on your child's skin gets  into thc system just as surely as  food thc child oats. Don't let-  impure fats ancl mineral coloriri-i*;  matter (such as many of the  cheap ointments contain) get  into your child's hlood! . /.arn-  _.u!_ is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.  0c. Box cl Ail Dtvssiiti end Stores,  and prevent"  for exorbitant  it was declared that  s from on state to  to" retail 'dealers,  should ho prohibited in order to prevent evasion of the proposed storage  limit law.  ClIAr  UU XX VIII  x Found  The rmoptions llmt Inspector Look  wished to pin, to Thorold did not sooni  io lie either very Important or very  pressing, and on tlio oilier hand ovon  tlie Ilnlo Unit Thorold know,ho was hy  no moans nuxionn to oommnuiciUo to  Lock, lint ho lenrno.1 (o his nxtromo  discomposure that this house into  which ho had just nof.ii Horn enlcr  wn;i belli/.' watdif-d by thr* police under lho supposllion Unit, it was tho  hi>iidi|ii!i!ti!)'H of ono of tho most dan-  gi-roi'H /.'luiKM of fi'linlniils over known,  And Allss ltotjo, the Inspector nddoil  ubroptly, do you know why is lio ii'nos  tliiTi-'.'"-!'n!- nnmo dayH past, nho Iiiih  boon iln-ro ovory morning, nnd not  coming nwny Mil nlglil,  Thorold did not answer, hul. nlrondy  liioiv nh n. vng'io glimmering ol' light.  In bin mind nml iho name of Will mi  Mayi-o wtm tn.inbllng on his !l|m. Jle  loiil'.i-il nt Loci; in n troiibiod way, und  "ihi. In. ;ii i:tor -.aid -.lowly;  Vou wi.i-o ;. I'riond of .M", Mnyno,  tin-. |kk,i, i.-i-ro you nut?  Why do you usk? iininircd Thornld  Kliin-ply. I'.tunlcd at the cnliidili'iioi*- bo-  ti.'i'on tho i|iic.|ilini inn) liln llionghtn.  ll-coin---.', mi'l  Loci;, trom   Inl'onniv  I I'm wo,,hiivi> rccoivvi'd wo bollcvo Unit  11   ,".. i.i,  i|,t,..l'.'   .,. .:   ..'Ji..���������    -tj,',.    ...   ..      ,..  .  I   '   I"     ]l      -IJll    '  ��������� Hi, |m[ifii'"l!ili*, cHmI Tliorold.  Woll, vu ijaali i;oo, obsoi'vod Lock,  iippni'i-ntly i.iiiisilcd that luich an bh-a.  Imd nt any nito ixm'oi' occun-i-il lo  'I'boiii'.d.     I.i) ..-on know, i'-Ii-, wo liavo  li.   Oi    ,'a ml,   1  10 i  ���������VA   .UV!l?    TllOI't/id' fUlHWiTCl'J  nti.l walking In Ihn window  t I'liiibj-i' cjjh ii*sl upon iho  Sangfroid  Piesidchl Wilso.i's sangfroid is unfailing, said a diplomat- as unfailing  as his fund of anecdote.  Apropos of the shipping rebate. 1  complimented tho president on his  sangfroid fho othor day. He replied  with his dry smile, that he'tried to  imitate the gravedigger,  A gravedigi-,0*', he explained, had tbo  habit of visiting his cemetery ovory  night at. about midnight lo see th:.t all  was going wi.il,  Somo bovs decided U. play a trick  on him. Tbey dug r. trench In a dark  spot which t'-.o gruvodiggov always  passed over, and ono of their number  clothed in a white shoot, -hid behind  a tree.  Tiio gravediggi.r at midnight duly  appeared, and sure onough, ho stumbled and foil into t.ho grave.  Then lho boy iu iho sheet stepped  forth and snid in lnllow tones;  Whal. am you doing In my grave?  What are yon doing out oi! il? the  gnnod!g-.o.r calmly replied  Protty Toiifjh'  Whicli A iho smarter, thol'i'U)g or  fho horso?  :\o nonipnrisoii. Tho dog In Iho  wiso ono.  llow do you iunkn tlui. out?  You Know how tho horso vm-kK.  Hid you o\or foo a dog working I'or  a living.  Vut Man-  Do >uii su-vn lobr.lor;--?  'Waitress ������������������Certainly, j--.li. down.  ii ,  I   I.||l)     f|  .I'  I'  ill  IV. N.  07!  tin,  lilOillii  jhe bit  [ Jiou-'o oppose,  in   wlilf,-])   jl. iiuoniod  i was-, hiddi'ii tho i-luo to all Hint had  Hi;;lil'*:ii-i|:' in which, aiHo, tliough tl.Js  he ..ii v, nut, i ,-.. hi in;', l'uUkUt out   f  (.'..it inlniitr; n iles-.Oly and a, wdYft cnu  i" h.t -A A.I. of t!ic d>;iip njvt. .Al������.  ���������,'-;;, ,���������;,. z.y'Y. ..^17,1 U\-q \\va  iny dmibtii --b-.i 1 i-htill have no tuoiv,  I think.  And Mln, Diir.md? Look a.d-.cd, v'jnt  ii'iidi*- y.-ni nay thai nho 'vftH ihad. fill'l  1 -.'".*,  lor vu:'-:. oulu: ,d;ilnly a Jlule  F-L'LLY NOURISHLir      ���������  Crape-Nuts a Perfectly Balanced Food  Nn ohomlst's r.nalyfiti- of firapo-Niitu  onn begin to .'ihow tho. nail value of  lho food- -the prticliuil value as Kliown  li,. porsonal v-Miorloiicu,  t. Is a food thnt iu porfoetly 1ml-  anci-d, Hunpllrs tho noodod oloinontH  I'or both bruin and body In nil stakes  of 11 i'o from tho infant, through Uio  Ntrentioiiit union of iictlu. i..iiliil. ili'e,  and u> ii comfort awft U'.ipiwt In old  ago.  "For (wo years J have. m'',d ..-('.������������������  Nut i-i willi milk nnd a Ut m croitiii for  breakfast. J am comfortnbjy Imngry  i'or iny dinno: at jp'-jii.  I wo lltllo meat, ploi.ty of Yfiget-  llllll   (1   IIUH    ll'lllt,    HI    '!������   -llltlll,    iU������      li...    U-.U...  i ),  :,   1   ;.-'  1 ri���������..  -, t  1-,i  i''vt\ f.tlto  i.ii'a|m-N"ut!: alono ..iml foot ponVelly  iioiirl..liO'.l.  "Norvo and hi nil', power ai:d nif.iu-  oj-y nro nuicli tmp.'ov- d sinco using  ���������'Jran  Xuti'.    I am   out   r.hly   and  M'lgll    li"'   UC     .".'    '.t'll   <>"it   i">. '"..-.  r-ooiiig how I had Improve, arc* now  ukIiik (lr..i.o-N'iil.,?.  "My Hon, who is n Iravi'-l'ilni. man,  ojiiH nothing I'i-- lii'onkliui. 5.������it Unipe-  nutrt and a glnss of milk, An aunt  over 7<t, soomn fully noiii-iiihal on  ������',r;-.i <* N'.U'.i ,.,.!,,'l cp-ii*." "'riioj'o'fl a  Uo?:m:'  '.'n'lii" i:h'*r bv f\>uriilki.i roaltun  Co,, Wi'-.U'or, (/if. ]l������!il "Tlv: ltoa-!  to Wflllvlllo." |n iikgfl.  Ever read tie above letter? A new  one appearo from time to time. They  arc ucnutne, true, ond full cf hunati  interest.  Ancients Unions and Trusts  About the year 100 B.C.. Thyaiirn,  came under the power-of Home, ahd  though in the days of the republic it  suffered much from oppression' aud ex.  lorlion, groat commercial prosperity  cam2 to. if with the Inauguration "of  tho empire. About the time that St.  .lohn wrote the ilevelatiju it was ,af  the height of its wealth aud prosperity as-a buslnoss city. 'It. is-, known'  that there were more trauo guilds iu  Thyatira than in any -other city o_  Asia,, for inscriptioi.s tell us that there  were guilds of linen workers, wool  w-0i:l.-oi-.s,j.b^i's?_J)^9E_ie._smiths, potters,'  bakers, tanners aiid slave dealers. ?The"  selling-of ready made garments was  an important business of Thyatira, but  whether there wero the accompaniments of sweatshops, long hours and  scanty pay wt are not.told.  , A Pill for a|| Seasons.���������W'inti- and  summer, in any latitude, whether in  torrid zone or Arctic temperaturo,  Parmolce's Vegetablo This can he depended upon lo do thii.1 r worl:. The  dyspeptic will iind thom n friend always and t-hotihl earry them with him  everywhere. They aro niado to withstand any climate and are warranted  lo keep their freshness am. strength.  They do not grow stale, a finality not  possessed, iii many piUs UOw on tho  market.  Care of the Sickroom ���������  In taking care of an invalid it is a  good,idea-to change tho furniture  around a.little :u one becomes so tired of th. same furnishings in the  same places. ]}0 sure to coax all tho  sunshine in uio room and allow fresh j  air to pass through often. Koop a pa  tiont's room tidy. Chango your cos  lumo often just to make a little var-!  mty. Do not lot bottlon, hall, tilled  classes, spoons, stand .around, they  may .seem trifles to you who can get  about, but are sometime, enormities  to one who is nervous. ' Not of small  importance is the tray. Always  havo a clean cover���������paper napkins  are nice for the'' purpose: Uso vour  best china. Servo hot tilings hot'and  cold things cold, not warm.  Minard's Liniment Cure's  Cows  Garnet    in  Congenial Occupation  What'-, that friend of yours with the  anarchist tendencies doing these  days?  He'has a job in an'automobile factory.  Gee! IA bet he loves his job.  H. Mirely dot All ho luis ,.to do  is to blow up thc tires.  English  Hand  fviade Lace ���������  Beautiful lace, possessing wonderful  wearing, qualifies   and   daintiness  of  design is made by hundreds of workers m tho rural   villages   of   .lucks  Bods., and Northants, England. There  aro threo varieties of lace made: 'Tor-!  ckon,' adapted for underwear;  '^lalt-1  ese,'. made of "aco thread, silk cotton, ���������'  etc., and 'Point Ground." the iinest pit-!  low lac . made. .  They   also    design |  coat collars and even Magyar blouses j  in���������laoo.  ifH~well-a'g���������stoclc-Tiotlars���������and"t  cuffs to match, blouse yokes?"D'Oy.lics  and tablecloths.     Mrs. Armstrong, of  Olney.   Bucks,   England,   will   on   receipt of a postcard,     id a booklet en-  tiil(?,d 'An Interesting Home Industry,'  free.     H contains 12. pages, is copiously illustrated: and    tells   the   romance  of English  lacc-r.,aking  in a  fascinating manner.  ..     ���������* ' ^  lsMinm,������3'������iaMiiirnratrtiiowBcuB  Repeating Shotguns  Over four hundred and fifty  thousand sportsmen use and  endorse Winchester Repeating Shotguns. Thc U.  S. Ordnance Board after sub-  jectingoncof'thesegunstothe  severest of tests reported officially that the gun could not  be improved upon. For field,  fowl or trap shooting they  are equally good. Then  why  not a   Winchester?  FREE���������Sent your address for cuia-  losua ot IVinclicstcr���������the lied W  1} rand��������� Guns  and Ammunition.    '.  Winchester repeating Arms Co.  new haven, conn.  Laundries In United ctateo  Thero uro 5,387 steam laundries in  the United 'States employing 109,-184  persons.!  $1C0  REWARD, iiOO  1 Tho rrnilors ti '.s   paper   will   bo  pleased 1o learn thnt there Is nt leant  one di-emleil dl enno thai Bcle.no hns  been nblo lo euro In nil its stnse., ami  Unit. Ih Ci.tnn.v." Hull's Catarrh Curo is  thn only positive euro now' known 'o  f niril'leiil frnlcnilty. Onliu-i-li lie.lii.,' a  fio.istUutlounl diseaso. veipiir u coiinf.l-  .(r-Jomil ii-i-iili.or ' Miill'H CutiiiTh t.uro  In taken lutovmilly, nul'ng dlvootly upim  tlm blood and nmcotis Hiu-r.-iooH of lho  iivHtom. tbei-.'V'V ilivivfiylmj the uiumlu-  tiou of tbe dlneiu-e, nnd slvlnj. the patient  uti-f-ngUi Iiv UilUllm. up ibo eonstltutlun  imd nsKlHilni*. ���������nnturii In Oolnpf Un work,  'I'lie pronrteto'-p liavo . a much fnHb InltR  oiirnth-e -^om-oi-r tlmt they offer One  liii.-.'11'.il .Mini-, fnv nn- en.---e Hint It fiilln  m cure,    ttond fur H������l of lowtlinonlals,'  Ad"- V. J. nilUKKY ft CO.. To-  leiln. O, Si.kl bv nil rilTPKlHlH, "������?,, Tulto  J ill'.: Family Pills for constIndUon.  It Was Doubtful .  A I'i or a third nddllion lo tho fnmlly  II. hooiimo i)C(!OBwiry*!o Koo.nre the a^v  Aeon n[ n poriuniioiit. inivso.  Now, niy htuih.iiul in vory niirllculir  whom ho onBuRCH t.R nuriio, fudft l.ho  mihtreas to ii I'.'.rl who hnd itpnlled for  Uio jiofiltlon. Aro yon fnithfiil, nnd  Imvo joti-n. hind, loving dlfliiOHltlon'.'  Will  you   Kxciifio mo, mail.un, nm i to tulto  f-iu-o of Ilio baby or your liuHbitiuVJ  . Worms,-; however' ganorated, aro  found in ���������(,hg'vdig(?si vo tracts, whero  thoy set up dislurbancea detrimental  to tlio health of the child. There can  bo no comfort I'or the little ones until  tho hurtful intruders hnvo boen expelled. . No better yirenarution for  this-jmrpoao can "bo had than Miller'n  Worm Powders, Thoy will immediately destroy tho worms iu. : correct  the eonditioiiB that wero favorable to  then  existence.  Correctly Claeslflcd  A "Washington man who .was being  shown through one of tho imcoal.ii!  homos In the Shenandoah, valley by  an aged colored servitor stopped hoforo a portrait.  What a lino paliiting! ho exclaimed.  Why. Ill at must be an old mantel-!  Kxouho mo, bofis, said tbe reminor,  but you're inlctuUon. Pat's do picturo of olo Mj-aaiis Taylor  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Aafian'a Dununy lidltora  Thoro In a peculiar person on tho  stuff of nomo of tho .lujmiwso nowii-  papoi-H, hnown an i o 'dummy edllor,'  whoHo nolo duty It la to go lo lull In  tho iiitc-riiBlH of U- jouninl. Wlu-novm-  ii-pnpr-r pnbli������iioa HomctliliiK uutiiend-  Iy to tlio n-ovornmftiit It Ih Biipprr.HHod  uml thn (lummy oditoi nent to prison  while tho rVnl oditor simply ehtniiiOH  tlio nnmo ... tlio pnpor and contlmien  to publliih It mi bofoi'tf.  Cunlc Thnt. You Hccr F.very Dny  Our boy novrr Hlvep. us n   bit   of  I I'I,HI fi,  V]f-Uy of vonirt up nhead. Ktop for*  v.-tird In lhe nliilo, jilouu1..  The trnlna on our rond nro always  on time.  lOh'BH strictly fresh.  Our dot; hncnvs cvoi-j'thlnw you tiny  ' We'll Ai onn, iwo, thr a in I he  Iragno next non soi',  Hero, nlr. 1.. a machine tluil Ih ah-  lioltttr.'ly nol. olc-fifi,  A ro\ol\er. that Ih pc-rfeol.ly Rtifo.  Wi.-ntln.'i' Indlciiiloinj for V.ibi wecl<  a vo ���������  U'u to almplo a t-lnid f-i'n iipi/i-aU-  ���������   Thr; host wliow on do.* lo'itu  The llno'it ijuny. ���������  run* wliljl:<y.  Uelluhlo Hnlr   ;pnt.  Then There wais Trouble  Vouiih' Wife���������Today is tho anniversary of our woi'dliiK.     I  fihnll have  one of tha- clitulcomi killed in honor  of tho ocuimlDH.  ]lor llusbiiud���������Oh, leave '.': nlono, it  wasn't, tho clilokciiB fntill.  The o.hlehon wasn't ldllcd mid the  dinner wan n failure.  Proof of Value  of the i ime-testeel, world-tried, home  remedy���������proof of its power to relievo  quickly, safely, surely, tho headaches, tho sour tasto, tho' poor  fipirits and the fatigue of biliousness  --will bo found in overy closo of  BEECHAM'S  PELLS  Sold <-Tt-rywliere.  Jn boxet, 25 MnU,  Ray .line Oratory  Why do you refer to that speech ol  miuo as ragtime oratory? asked tht  ���������statesman.   '  . HeeaiiHO, replied the musician, It id  written strictly with a view to pleas���������  ing the popular ttiHtc.'  iiiSIDEliff  wlvJll Uit  v;"^^^^:i���������5^:'  Drlef Decisions  nny matrimony la a loll ery  mnny  Jll'9  moro blimliB  than  Tlmy  lottery  prl/oii.  Homo tiolf-mndo ;uou nro huxIoiik to  fllo phuiH and ppccilliciitioiiH fur lho  n: .hlni. of ollifirs.  JlPiiovolciifo Ui oflen too looul Jn Hh  prnotlci.1,  A'liiilrnl iUowoy onco described  f|iialul.ly in WiihIiIhhIoji n man who  wuh n, borrow or and n n|>o������i;.i'r,  Ilo In ouo of those olmim that one  occasionally iikh-ih, Uio ndiiilr-il salil,  who uuo all tholr frlendu us coallni.  lilatlon.-i,  Worked Like a Charm  Why don't, yon hny Romolhlnp; at  my table? donuiiidod the (_Irl at tho  fharlly fair,  liociuiHo 1 only buy from Iho homo-  ly ii'lrlii, nald ilio mni. Tlioy hnvo  a harder timo iiiiiUIiik hiiIoh, ��������� Tlm  1,'lf-I waa nor offended ami ho worked  thin right dow   tno Uuo.  Harold (on a vJhIU��������� Do join* opecs  imgnlfy, gi'iiiidma'.'  (Jii.ui'mn-���������Yen,  Tommy!  Iliiruhl���������Do you mliiil lulling  olf whllo you  ait nr  cake?  11)0111  fihow mo a well brod horso.and <*.  poorly fed ono nnd I wlll show you a  poor liorHP, Rhow mo n poorly bred  ono and n woll foil ono and I ��������� wlll  hIiow you a Citlr home, Hhow mo n  well brod ouo nml a woll foil ono nntl  jl will nhow you a market topper,  ?'  U! a v-t)M-in wnutfi Is to l������c wauled.  ������t  TO-KEERTOirni  nncl benuty���������to yrftvont winklen nnd "crows  i'cet" an(],'accp olnck circles undor lho oyos���������  nothing is ns good m  *&%>, FAVORITE FRESCBIFTIOK,  Give it a fair trial for baniahing ihor.c distressincr pains or  for lie ffimalo cyttem. All medicine ilealere Imvo Hold ll with natinfactton, to  cmtojncrB for lhe past 40 j cara, It la now obtalnablo In liquid or tnWot form  at drug, torn-or Rend BO one-cent stamps for trial box, to 31, V. Flore.", BuiTo)o#j  c,  dk. rrnncE'.s plka*ant fellstts  rff oUle and luvleorat������ Rtamnch, liver and TjowkUIi  Sugar coutci!, tiny erannlen, easy to take os candy.  ��������� i   ,������+   ��������� *** .(    -'1*46 ���������,   t,      V,)V  R ��������� <M*nti-*B������-|plt^y,,������Wiimr<*������M'Jn ������������������������..,���������  wjthK*. ^ajttf.nA W������uagK;dj3 w wtatfr art' nuthnwi  uuuw a^*i,ii^a.jj������ih,fcj   ;:A^^^^ ',^mi.K���������'. .dUA^i'  C*'i'c C f*">^  ���������4.������,4i*.-K.^M ������w*<y* jlMUM ������&ti*A1,-l>V-i������Ui**^l-JH���������M,7H SjuI,���������\,w-m  *.V. ���������  aUttvtmeiamM... .  9  ���������"'.Jl' 1. .  ���������'x- tf I  . ;.v Si:  Tin? "NTEWS. CUMBERLAND. II. Ct  AWREOK  Restored to Health by Lydia  E; Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound ��������� Her  Own Story.  WH  London, 0nt.���������''Jamurfarmer,3 wife  Mid a vovy bu.*y woman. Last summer  I was taken ���������with  nevore pains in my  back so bad that I  could not gel up or.  scarcely move without pain, and my  periods woro painful. M y husband  called in .. good doctor and .1 was under  his caro for some  timo, but ho did me  little or no good.  One dny n friend of .nine, told me to  try Lydia E. I-'inkham's Vegetable  Compound as she' had been, greatly  helped by it. I began taking it and  ���������oon got well, and my periods became  natural again. Since then I=have had.  perfect health. In fact 1 have nover felt  * so well in my life. Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound is a medicine  many women need. If you think this'  letter will holp other women please publish it, "--Mrs. K. C. YOUNG,Tamblmg'_  . Corner, London, Ontario, Canada.  1 Women whosuiferf rom tho3odistress-  ing ills peculiar to their sex should.not  doubt the ability of Lydia E, Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound to restore���������theiv  health.  if yoa have Lhe slightest doubt  , thul Lydia Ij.l'iiilcliitm's Yegeta-  . bio Compound wlllliel_> you,write  to Lydia13,Piiil.huiiiMciliciuoCo.  (coufldciiitiiil) Iiynit,Mass.,i,or advice. . Youi* lei ter will lie opened,  road aud answered by a woinan.  and held in strict confidence. ,  Sent Them Both  A loan-faced ,mau, a ono-cyed "man,  and one named Mick, sat b.- tl\e roadside in the Far West.  Kind of-strango, said tho first, that  t never have two coppers to jinsle together, aiid yot I am worth $500 in  hard cash, , ..  ,   ���������  How's'thai? cried Mick.  Did you hoar of tho burglary at the  post ollico? '���������     ���������*���������������������������','' -  Ah, to be",sure! .'    '  Well, said the loan man, I am' the  man '.hat did it,- aiid there' is a $300  reward on my head. .-���������  '"  Mick stared,, but this onc;eyed man  said: .- ��������� *    '  1'lah! that's nothing; I'm-worth more  than that.  Worth moro?  Aye, for I'm the chap that robbed  Long's tobacco ttore, and now there's  $1,000 offered,for my porson there.  ��������� Thunder and lightning! cried MIclc.  hut. you are great entirely. But sure,  I'm worth more.  ... Who are you? askod tho other two.  Well, said Mick, I'm the man that  will got $1500 for your apprehension.  I'm the sheriff.  Primitive Fishhooks ���������  ��������������� What sortOof hooks did our ancestors, our really remote ancestors, uso,  wlica wild in wood tho noble savage  ran? I am inclined'lo agree with  the American view  that the' earliest  "'��������� typo of hook, if hock it can be called;  was a. straight: bit of-flint buried in  tlio bait. \Vl..uth( fish had-swallow-  ���������j rd (lie bit of meat, or whatever it Was'  the lightening of the line pulled the  iliat icross its throat, and; as it stuck  -H IwoT-tLra-fislr^conir-ho_h"auiea~s3ilorG"  wil hail more ndo. ��������� Perhaps some  bright innovator: of that, misty past-  one day tried i hit of ilint which had  a double our/o liko a'pair .of buffalo  horns aiid found it effective, and perhaps out of that developed the genuine double boolc, which seems to have  beou avory early form. And perhaps tho single hook came -into being  becauso it was realized that oue bend  was fts-clllelcnl as :wo for most, purposes.  Three Birthdays a Year  There is, .apparently plenty of .fan  for the child in Sweden in the matter  of birthdays, but the parent can hardly be expected to feel tlie same, for  tiie children there do not confine  themselves lo ono birthday, but they  must have three. Of course the first  one is the real birthday, and the other  iwo are those whose names the Swedish boy, or girl ;ars. . For overy day  in the year of tlie Swedish calendar  has its own separate namo, beside tlie  weekly names which other 'nations  have. Sometimes if the parent gives  the child a second namo or a first one  that cannot bo found in the calendar,  the child loses out on on. birthday.  And considerable protest must follow,  too, when tho child becomes ' old  enough to realize what he is missing.  In the German calendar' every day  has a name also, but the observance  of these days is not at all common in  the latter country?  LUMBAGO CURED  EVERYACHE GONE  Thousands Stll? Suffering Tl'.st Can be  Quickly Cured by "Nerviline.''  THE CASE OF HAROLD P. BUSHY  "Threo years '..go I disci vere. that  a niau subject tc lumbago might just  as woll be dead as alive." These words  open the sincere, straightforward lot-  ter of I-I. P. Busliby,-,a well-known  man ia the plumbing and tinsmithing  business.      ' "  "Ouo attack?camo aftor another,- and  lumbago got fo be a chronic -,. thing  with me. I "could ccarcely go't in a  day's woric before that knifing, cruel  pain would attack my bach'. I used  a gallon of liniments; not oue of tliein  seemed penetrating enough to get at  tho core of tho pain. I road in thc  Montreal Witness about Nerviline, and  got five bottles. It-is a wonderful  medicino���������I could,feel it. soothing,  pain-rolleving action every lime it was  applied. Whon I. got the disease under control with Nerviline, I built up  my strength and fortified my blood  by taking ^en-ozone at meals. This  treatment curod mo permanently, and  I urge everyone tb give up the thick,  white,- oily liniments they aro using,  and icy un up-to-date, "penetrating,  pain-dostroycr liko Nerviline.'  "Ploaso public my letter tbo' world  over. I ,vant all to hear of Nervi-  -xxe."  Don't be cajoled into rccb'iv'. -.- anything from your, dealer but "Nerviline." Largo family she bottles 50c,  trial size 2uc./ all dealers, or The Cat-  urrhozone Co., Buffalo, NT., .and  Kingston, Cannot.   ,  LEADERS. THE FARM NEED  Better Social Conditions Will Come  When Men Work Together  If wo wish to keep our brightest  boys and girls in. the country, and linis  ���������if nothing more���������get the homo  grown labor, without which wo cannot cultivate our farms profitably, we'  mus.. develop si bolter��������� social life in  our country. Tht re sire really fow  things in the oily that an worth  while, that wo cannot have in lho  country if wo waul, thom, ���������  Wo can have, and will have, some  Distinctly'.! Drti-   in EnyLiiid  At Coutis" rank ihe clerical assist-  v..ts> musl.   nl!   wi-ar   froc:!..-.  nod   no,  ono in the employment of i'ia hank isj  alloyed lr. ;-n alum* with hi; troiui'-ipj  j turuc-d up,     At llcaiv's bank il L*1 lho'  custom of idl these employed to.wear;  win''* lies.     Momb'-i;' of the legal profession observe tho ei.kni'Mte of ihoir(  calling hy abstaining from ths wotiring.'  of light or fancy colored clothes and-'  always wear silk  h^U.   Tho boodles  of somo Presbyterian churches in Kns\  land woar dress ; u;ts instead, of the'  .      Annlii-an    cassock,     Pome    browouA  time, better schools, with iho teaching j workmen  and  ft ra,unon" wear  s^-aikr;  in thclerms of the Ufo wo aro to livo. j knitted wool nigliU* ps.   Iu fact, n-.-av-l  Wo will havo this as soon as wo are-ly every iradi   nml |.i.>_._sioa lias it-  wilting to pay tho price. On the snmo', own convention.-! and iiu.vikte:i  laws,  terms we can  hn-. -  better churches,i ooiu-ernins ilio dross nf ii������ uk-.u-aia  j  whore lhe peoplo follow the samo lino' '       ,  of business,' have miic'- the samo out-:TUP   TIBI '  look on lite Ue same, wants and do-! | ft-Li   U.I&L n "  sires.'   We can have this social life,! vmni\ lixummp '  with vastly loss danger of moral cor-' itfir Al)-WINNr K.Y  ruption; saner social life as well, with j vi\i..ciu   "������hUi.u  a, broader viewpoint llian an>thin:-- ih,..;   -      ��������� .-   j  oity can fiiruisli. j     \VIi:-.t :i  .hail?,; . l-a*    lakon    ,i!a:-'*i  This sauo and soil: satisfy'ii:. social; within tiio !au qu:.-. I.rr o.' a cent dry i  lii'o eiiunot bc imposed nn lho e.oiiulry; lho in; t'.iod of liu- cu' tlu daugiuovs in  from tho city, nor even fiom tho coun-'.the family:    i-'rom  tlio qiti.r -i-uil ro-,  try town.      It inns!   como  from   I'lol'i-luded lionio lho girls havo gone mil:  country .itself,   from   tho   larius."-    It Mo oli'uo,  store or fao-'tnry,  to' miin.K*]  must fit the country as the skin fitsAvii", tho grcai crowd of workrrx, -and-j t!(1(1.  the man.     .It must grow out. of the! wholhci by brain or niuselo to f:.ol the; ,,,.���������'  country.    Kor the '  -in;.- is a differ-i s,������'illi> auft fatigue vi the bread-.win tin'.*.;  This revolutionary ch.Migo  . For ii_ii\.iug mothers-  Na-Dru-Co laxatives  o-Ter tlu: iinporlaiu tulvaut-  i'y;a Umt thoy do nut Jisturb  the re-it oc th'v.' .systom c;r  ai.o.'*t.liie chihl.  ���������C5'".';-. ho-: rt vo'.iv  Ui'ii^isl's.  Ni'.loml Disc: .ind Clirmicn! Co.  ������f Cin*d*. l.i>k>Hcd.'     1 '/;���������  No More  Li-kin's  i-'at -ri-   wjis   ntti::g   by   lho   llvhuv  room uildo readii-,;. Um ������>'-.oulns paper  and now aud'ihen, rending an item or  .������������������o i-.lmid ?.n that mothor. wlh sat sow-  i*    ;;o.ro?.- from i-.lm, migh'l also lie:ir  I '"-..* news of flu-'   t.t".  7'-     WAI. well.   sM       ho  said   ,^^",^i  |' I   s-.:.<   i!il%i:   ul(.   li.Vieinion  ;i y.iii.uo   ciijut   liavj  go'n_-  w'hali'-.g liusiross oo.riroly.  ��������� tli-o!  put in Uiilo .Tobun.v, who was  t-itting at oiu> on.: of (Jie lalilo making  a p".*t..-i.ic *��������� of s"-id..iujj    his    lessons.  'op, but I wiph you was a tislitr-  prose nliy.  ..long  tlio  .���������ut   of   the  Envious  Thc archbishop had preached a fine  sermon on 'Married Life aud its Duties.' Two old Irish womo.i were heard  coming out of church commenting on  the address. ���������   ���������       ' ���������   . l  It's a fine sermon his reverence  would be ai'tei* giving us, said one t-j  tho-other. ������       ' - '���������-   ���������  It is indeed, wa:. the quiclc reply,  and I wish I knew as littlo about the  matter'as ho, does.  Welcomed  I'll have to arrest you, said the policeman. '      ,.     -a-  - ���������  The man whe was having ��������� trouble  with his wife threw both arms around  rtiwj-ofheer-iind-exclaimed? ,-  ��������� '"  This -isn't any arrest. . This is a  rescue. '  ' Morsls   of  ' hristabel  lavage a!lack.; have been, made in  ?ouii of lho tlritinh ' paper?-' and   ii  some American papers on the articles  which Ohrlslabol .hinkhurst has been  , running in The SulTr'agclto on the dati-  gors of miirrlage,   They have been ac-  ������������������ .���������(���������used ol'r.'immorallly, nnd  indecency.  .'���������Oorlalnly thoy aro neither immoral or  :?indcconl. Thoy aro perfectly strnlght-  ��������� forward, 'nnd   ;iso In substance they  ;-.'iro entirely truo. ocmstltntlng a need-  ,-ed and vitluablo warning, iiiid'iucreaBO  the prc-Hsui'o of 11101 1o   improve   in  : sympathy   wllh   women and   in   ro-  . wvalnt.   Tho criticism <o which they  .'iVo fairly open is that they resemblei  tho iii'tlolos on drink which the early  "   prohliilticmliit  unoA lo  hnvo  printed,  Thoy arc fdirlll tud jhoy oxiiRgiM'ate.  As a vermifuge there is'notliing 'So  potent as Mother' Graves' "Worm Ex;  terminator, and it can be given* to the  most delicti'. * child without fear of Injury to the'constitution.  To Rub Them Out  A funny story Is being told in medical circles.  A roan went to a fiiiaclc doclor for  treatmout., Ho had a sharp pain internally, and remarked tliat it. might  be caused by his ha It of sucking tho  point of a lead pencil. Tlie quack said  he was suffering from 'ond.poison, and  save him some pills wliich ho said  v .uld euro htm. Noxt day the man  en mo back looking very angry,  A friend of mine has examined the  pills' you gavo mo, ho.said, and thoy  aro only bread.  , Of courno thoy are, was the bland ro.  ply, Don't you know that broad is  the finest thing ,to ,roinovo pencil  marks with? Vou dldn'i, want mo to  glvo you iiidiiirubber pill", did you?  '��������� A ccrlain bishop with rather a reputation for verbosity, rose tA address  the house of Lords on some important'  question. Ho began: 1 will divide my  speech .iuto twelve heads: .His listeners shivered and thought of the" door.  Just then Lord Salisbury got on his  legs and begged to interpeso. a little  anecdote. - A friend mine, said the  noble marquis, was 'returning homo  late oue night, whou opposite St.  Paul's he saw a drunken mail trying  to a:certain the time on tlio big clock  there: At thr.t moment- it- began to  strike and slowl, tolled out, twelve.  Thc man listened, looked hard at the  clock and ..said: Confound'you, why  couldn't you have said th.'. all at  onco.   . '   ���������  TLe chaubor, .needless lu ssiy. .resounded with laughter, in Inch1 the  bishop heartily joi'.i-jd; and, what A  moro,'ho took the hint.  Minard's Liniment Cures-Co'ds. Ac.  out sort of man from (ho townsmen J  and must, always be, nnd his social life  must be  thc  outgrowth   of  the  best  that is in him.  Ten per conl. of iho men in any community, and thes. tho best men, can  in ton yoars mako that community do  whal, tlic-y -want it to, if Ihey. will only  got together and do .earn work. If  they aro men of bro,.d ideas and high,  ideals, to whom a lifo worth while is  much more than dollars or oflice, that  community will bo Jio one in which  their   children   will   '.".alight   to   stay;  but thoy must got together and work .   together.      What  the  coun cry  nooJ.S; "r*    ...  just now  is just ihai  kind'of leader-! Official Bread  ship;   and   it   nir.sl   furnish   ils   own1     L'l.is is the' way    to ' nuiko   odicu-.l-  leadership,  for  si fctranger ihey will! bread, given out by the chief cookef',  not follow. ������   .jthe .department   of  agriculture. i  Cities have thoir cojimercial c.-lubs|    For three pound loa\'e.s���������make for-1'  aud other'voluntary ���������orgaiiixiillons in! mout of one ounce'cako compressed!  ���������which reprsf.outat.ivc men of the coiu-j yeusl. one-.uiii.ee    granulated .-.-sugar, 1  nv . <he , .  mothod of lift- has not proved honotU-A      t'-aoiicr-ti there wort-  is". 1 to-henlth and vigor,   and' in    th-.jti,e lill,'������  surging crowd you, Iind many a. pale. I-  anaemic face, and many an emaciated  figure.  The hlood gets toiu   iu' wnlOry, I tie  digestive s,ysren ��������� becomes    deranged.! patents"        "     '  the appetite fails, and the .starved Patent Your Ideas���������Xo dolav ami w������  nerves lell of their condition by near- will >-.-u li for ,vr,n it' tlm idr-Ainis iner-  algic p.tiiu; . '. bodily aches. ' Dr. k-.:s'-l"t -^oUJi for inc. i.poi-t. Int'of-  Chasc's' Nerve t-'ocd is needed, and ro-1  thing can so quickly restore hc'jjlhj  snd vigor to the body aud bring back I  .he !':> nitbhil glow to lhe wan cheek  ur llios On  tnrt I killed one, how many  would (In:re be,left?  IlriKht    :*upii���������Ouo;    because    the  othors would Ily away.  million 011 .piiloiii.s nml ���������; or Invention.-*  wnn toil mall. (I lifo.-��������� J. A. MAC-  MURTRY to CO., Patent Attorneys, 154  Bay   Oti-rtst,   Toronto,   Canada. *���������  mu n.i ty get together ancl wc-'-. for the  fi'ocd of the coinini.uily : <s a whole.  Tht-y encourage new industries, v.-"  for g'oed sidewalks and pir, omoals said  street lights, and in general stimulate  a community spirit which, wil! domain1  bettor conditions. The country should  EXCELSIOR  LIFE INSURANCE CO.  Assets   $3,600,000,00  Insurance   518,300,000.00  ABSOLUTE'     Security  I * ii-    .,-   .-..I.   ......1   ,���������-���������������(-..   ������.,���������������������������_",....   ' 'J >\ ' for  Policy   Holders  Forms    Approved ' by  Department  _ ,���������   . m        .,             ���������    I l''or Asm Jes apply to V'rt>\ incial Olllcc>������  (lour and torment lORolhor. Cover mix-1 .lt    \\-ttmir,Q.^    Kdmonton,     Saskatoon"  tare .and  warm   for  twenty, uiinutes. J Vsuicouvpi*. or Head Ofl'ico,' Toronto,  i If dcugh is too ttlff add lukewarm,y/a-;     r._?.'.._  ;  half-cuucc sal  tor  aU     lil/lir. S'. <J!j;ii     yv.il!     uun     uui-uuii.  Hour and let it warm.      Mix Dominion   insurance  -ir.d twenty ounces wa-  Place'i-  ovon temperature for; ./C:'->'-^-.v-  hour.      Weigh   four and  ouo-'half; Excelsior    r'olicy  pounds  havo similar clubs, and ihey can', be j lor. , 'After twenty minutes more take,  created if one-or two influential, men   up doui.h with kil'r.ds slightly greased|  *.n each neighborhood will 1. id off,  ANXIOUS TIMES  An Old Rust.  The influence pf women in j.ouis  X.V.'s day was all' powei-rul. The men.  in consecjuence, feared them, It. became t.he fashion for women to dash  about Paris in cabriolets, driving often somewhat rashly,.and increased accidents were put down to this cause.  Gabriel do, Sarliues, minister of r.o-  lice, dared not forbid any woman lo  drive in Paris, so he caused an edict  to be issued prohibiting" their doing  so until they were forty years old, After this declaration, notes Mrs. Dear no  in 'A Curt Painter and His Circle,'  thoro was not, a 'cabriolet to bo soon  driven by a woman.  and fold over over and ovor fourteen j  times t:over. set'aside fo.- twenty"minutes-;  then folif  nine,    limes.     After  twenty   minutes    more    mould    iffio  loaves  and   bake   ir.viy  minutes  in  a I  ���������cos I-'.   A |  S; losives   anu   oiiiii'   u.*i.>    iiumi  j steady oven -100 to -110 deaxe  cup of Wiiler in the oyrn wii  Children Oflen Sceiii Pining Away  and Ordinary Medicine Does  Not Help Them  !UP  tenderer  I make a  cast  Expert Opinion  j's ni.'iri'iiigo r. failure? asked the in-  ���������iiil.ll.lro baoholor,  Oil, no. replied iho experienced1 divorce htwyor, lt ls mi-t-r!/ an op-  porliinlty In follow thai. Rood old rule,  If at llnd, ynu .'.on't succeed, then try,  1 ry n p;������I n.  ��������� .liiH'-~,nni!-'oi. i lii.-ti liino ) nA n nub-  Muiillul nils'".  Jnr lc���������-IIo'h bovighl" a new onr.  ,llin--No, ho Iuihii'i had ii :'iurf\ simply Ml led a rich rolullvj viiji thi.- old  car,  ������������������������t-  Here's a chance  for you to buy  your ranee from  the factory and  save 30%��������� to  buy it on easy  terms and to get  lhe very range  you would choose, even if you  had to pay tlie retail price,  Our free book chows ypn  exactly whit tha rings ii like, It cl*.  ���������crilxis ench p������'M clearly. Mil we  BUnrAntes our rang* to ba juit  at rspresentodL  You mif,h������ n well we. iJm ie'������il  inu.'it,   Idtil (ho m^.iA ijhi),  Dominion Pride  Range    f^JSj^i  Polidml  t\td botlsr���������  jtmbreikablt  jciislifif.i���������  Iciiiiiilully  j^nickelled  MiChUsS  ���������fa.  SI..I Ringa Mfg. ^^ ���������   Cnh������0������fii  Ci., linllt<. Oibiwj. ^^v       w  p  HUii* ntnl Utok.  I'r������lght  tttmt -������������������  Air Preaturt- in Tunnels  Tlio offocls of ������lr roplslanco nro "well  shown in iho twidvo and n halt' milo  Simjikm tnniu'l, whero nn oxccjition-  ally hish nnioiuil of 011017;." 1 roqnirod  for "tinniiif. tlii������ olsTifk! triilns. Tho  liiniuil, wliloh ih ili'toon foot wldo nnd  oifthtoon t'cot lilKh. wllh 11 Bcctlonnl  nron of Hut) Hquuvo fool,, hns a vontlhi-  Hup: current of H.li.'JO o*;bic fool, of nil-  per Bocond, innlntaiuod by two blnst  ftuiH nl; tho HriEiioi end nnd two ox-  Imiifit fttiu at Ifiollc. Trains roIiik  with thlH fitirront onootnuer lean ro-  Hlslanco thnn In ojipii air uj> lo Ili'toon  and a half ml Ich an hour, but at hhvli-  or apjicriH or In tho opposlti dlroetlon  lho roHlHtanro is much K.oalor than  onlRlilo. I'oantliiB by grnvlry down  lho sovpn :iov .1 ,CiOo nmsliiiiiiii tsroilloul  iv train, cimnol oxcof.il ihlrty-llvo uiilus  nu hour on iiiii-ontit of tho bral'lnt? by  lliu nlr.  Getting HI3 Own Back  Murphy wjih lal'luK a duy off, nnd  wlrillliiK lo oiijoy liliiiriull' llioioiiuhly,  hud wallvcd round In watch thn boyn  worklnu'. llf.' wan Kiirpi-l.-u-il lo aoo  hia frioiiil and ftolli'iiKiiD Knlly Hiiriilnj;  an it' (inn-ylni; 11 hodi'ul of ninrliir 1111  and diiwn n laddm- wero I hi. only ihlnt'-  ho took any real ploiiHiiro In.  It'H youi-i-iolt' that'* worUhiK nilKhly  lifiril today, Kollyl osjio_tuliiiod iMur-  phy.  \Vhlnt! I'm Jnul niuliliiK ri rnol or  rho Iioiih! Hiild   lolly, wlnlclnft nlyly,  And huw uro ton doin,': thai, Kolly?  Slll'n   MiU'iibv, K'h Hit r>nH\* !i������ lclsu|[ii>-  I yuur hand! Ilo moo; nio noiii^up and  I dow 11 Urn jiuiiiW lio'-1 om* iiV.ioi'iv \siin  my hod full of ���������"oi-tnr and lio IhlnkM  I I'm wnrklni:. Hnt, Murphy, iny boy,  1 It'H ilio namo hodfiil l'ir. fiirtliij. up  land down nil   ���������    time,  The Class In English  Tho editor at tho Wisconsin J.xpor-  iment 'Station, desiring a complete ro-  foronco library ol! the rosonrcoa of t.ho  slate, Bont a cireulur lottor to tho hor-  ticiiltural dairying- and othor agrlctil-  tural oi-Raniwitiong of Wlstnonsln, afilc  Ins I'or copins' of thoir last j'oporta.  Moat of thom onnio all right, but  ono oi-������nni-/,al.Ioi* wrolo; Our hist ro-  port wo hopo'lH not yot published,  but wo tnko plonsurc in aoiidliif? undor foparato cover a copy of our latest report,  Littlo Tommy hadr-poni.   his   flret  day nt school.     \\'iii,.t, did you louru  ho was aslcotl on, hln roturn homo,  ��������� Didn't I en rn nothlns.  Woll, what did you do','  Didn't do nol bin'! A woman wan lod  10 know how to spoil onl, nnd I told  hoi*.  1     The Mayor uf  lS-wtoa.    U.S:A..    isj  ! angry about aorao unkind remark Dr. j  j I'agi", the United .-'Infos Ambassador.  I paid recently A'Oitl  the. Pilsriiu Kath-I  Tht health 01 ehildi-p.n between the I C':1'S;'  agori of twelve iind eighteen years, pur-1     -J  licuhirly in the 'case of   girls,   is   a  ..ourco of isorioiia-  worry 'to   nearly  oveiy mother.   The grow I h and devcl-i *.v ";"." -,";'..:. ." .:::.::. ���������::.:::��������� ":,.���������:., 1  opmeiit.    'takes" so   muci'.*.   of -thoir  ton is chi'.-lly  '.unvn in rhis cotm-|  try its the placo where,   >ve:*ybody is|  very, very cultiired, imd  very  precise j  in thoir   use   of   words.    Tho   bites'  Huston story  i_ about, a  small child  who fell out of a window;  ... kind-hearted lady camo hurryini,'  up wiih Iho'iinxioiiH, (|uosllon: Denr,  dear!     How did yon fall?  The child looked up ac her qiK'siioi!-  or and replied in u voice choked wlili  enhrs; VorVically, uia'ain!  strength that in many eases they actually seem to bo going into a'decline  '.'he appclil.0 ia fleltlo, br.ig-li'.no_s rIvcs  v/ay to depression; llic-ro avo often  serioiirt hoiulache.^, tits of dlz/.iness, or  occasional  fainting and  a  coniplalnt  of wonrinccs      the sIlgLteef exertion.    Ordinary medicines will not bring re.-'. . "   ���������" <  UoI'a- Tho blood has beecmo thin and ' .Mih. Mnn (lo new man )--|.ur.  watery, and the, child inuet have fl0,,ip. juary. ihore nru-only two in Uio tarn-  thins lhat. will bring the blood back | ������>'���������  ^ Dllfl- ������'���������'��������� W��������� '��������� NN !,-v ll!U0  1   ar.ior, I VOU SOI, plllCGH fl)l* till OO i  i'n 111 11. w:i;i  you hud n plnno  to it": normal condilfon. At this stage | > ,',' m:A)lllC<-'j- -Tur tlnonV  no other medicine urn cciih.1 Lr. Wil-1  ,'H>o New Maidrbui-.\ mi  ho cook that told mo  ilnyor in' lho hotnic  Willi somo girls 11 oloar complexion  Is moro linpoi'liint tliun u cloin- cou-  pcionco,  t...i,  Rcl .ticn&hip  liovi-rr.oss���������lf I wore oniiiln g.->riv,aii  to you, whul, volution woul.'. I'alhor bo  lo you. MJIdiedV  Siiinll Mildred -Dutch iint-h*.  l,un;������i l.ady--l\Vho Iiiih Ju^t t'nl In  a bo< ui linu-Ki'iil i',;k,->j ��������� Uu, tl- ui", I  hopo I hnvo not broken any.  IVI't.' Khopk-rper Oh, im, 71Ail.7  I t-ji_   belli; ihat'ri all.  What are  Post  Toasties  Thin, wafoiy bils of choice  Indian Corn-perfectly rooked;  del icatcl y flnvou red; fli ci 1  toasted loannppetixinRgolden  brown, and packed in tightly  sealed packnj.es without bring  touched by hand.  "Tf\isiic!*" arc for bi:e.i!'.;i,l  or any other meal-servod direct from package with cream  or milk, and a sprinkling.of  No one n'ci d endure  eoiiifc. wllh IIollowii.'s  hand lo roiu-jvo thcni.  1 lit-  Tho Mourner (si. in-; tl  and firoklni.  In .;losi- fh!  n pIoiiRiinl. veinurk')--:"lor. j-roy horse|  you've got. there, . aliby'.'  lUsHUibillod (.tabby���������Ve-., Kiiviior, iiii'i  ( huiivA when I next drive yon in ihej  uoinetory It'll ho '..''.111 n hlaf.-k hoivo-  with a hlooinintv lotui" mil and plumes.|  'n und!  EflaLSJttPWMKSM  ,,      Poverty No Help j  Tl 0 roii'ion a plrl'f moiliej* Is wUHi.r  I for In-r to i.i.in-y a ;.oor but hiiiiej.t  ; yoitnn mini  in  | ccni.i-e hu In  In net  ,t!Ul     i.t.h.-t'.l'.iwi: ll'..   h i''vK .,  VV. W.  '.1. J7J  (    The I'clf in.nie ntittl ii'svcr quite 3f-t������  ��������� the Job lii'.shi'l. '  ,-n.f-,i-.i.  Post. Toasl ies are convenient,  save a lot of time and please  thc palate immensely!  lUil after all, a I rial is tlu.'  best answer.  i  Grocer*? everywhere <h*1|  ii  Post Toasties  Ihinui' Pink TAlls. 'Their whole mission In lo make now biooil, which  renchen every part of the body, brine,-  Iiir- back lit-ullh, strength and oiicrsy.  Mrn. .Tiimci: Harris, Port Uowan, Out.,  Juya: "At lho s.jje of Ihiitceti niy  diiii.,iiier bosau to look very pale, nnd  seemed lUth'as rnd always tired, Kho  did 11 nl, t;iko lal'M-eni in her .chcnl  work ov in tho^o uuiu. einonls of girlhood. In fii'.-l rdie .jinu. ?eemoil it-  ftrai: linrrfolf aboui, cotiiplainliur of al-  wayrt bolniJ,' tired; did not f.-ul- well,  antl did nol i:hvp well ill nlsht, I took  hor lo our doeto- who mild nhe wim  nnnoiiili!, find adviKod mo to .".Ivo hor  Dr. W'lllhuu;:' l'inli   J'ilh),   Hlie   took:    A woiiiiiii'i-i weapons are huh  tlio rilla for neariy iwo luoiilha. when 1 tear,--, n miin'.  nre oheipii'H.  she Vi'ioi ns well imd lively wa any idi'l j ��������� ,   ...',', ; -������������������;������������������ ���������   could bo, finlnril nicely In wi'l-.'iil. nnd i   ban sinco enjoyed perfect henllh. Ij  um c inii ci .'aire Uun whal .hu l'llln did;  , for niy d.iushUr liny ������vlll do fwi- othor j  I pule, weak n'lrls.'- I linv.; alt-ui used j  I Ur. Willlaviii*.' J'ink 1'llls inj^olf with;  ���������lho 1 na results n\id ran o.ily nponlc of;  I ihi'ivi lu li'iini oi' ftivuliisl praise," j  1 Sold by all uiciliclne di-ah r.*i or by'  j mail nl ."ai i-i-iii? a but or six boxed I'm" I  ! ':2..",n iVnin 'I'IiaDi-, Wlllluir-' Mi'i.leliie '  Cu,, Mrnel-.vllle, fl:iC  I'liyciiiin pepper Is i-ald io be' a i->'-l  liable nnd t-l'i'eci ivc nieaiiH ol prcv'-iil-1  in������l yeni-lekiu s.s.  A .:ln-i> rn' bi'i'iul !s llrsl buln-red;  , and :.|iiIuM<il "..''i.!! ilu (ii'iipi-f and 's'  1 thi'ii folded fiver no Ih.-ii il cnn he'  I enti'ii wiiliout iiiiiiili-n lin- inoiilh iind,  . throat, 1  I 1  I     Why ls it Unit you nn* s������ hlioiiftlyi  ; nppo.jed   10   I'MeiKlIll;'.   lo   wona a   the  I rlslil lo vulo'i  1        *M   ... t (*      1 * , '������    ������������������ ��������� r 1 '  Well, whul of It .' IVi veil ilml Hull '  l slio nofthets lhe chihlioii or lhat hIia  i l.ui'l pajliii. onuiuii tilteiitioii lo tlioi  '��������� IiukIii.'!-..  <if rulinlu,; th,- b'AVA'-.  I No,  IIV  not  tha1.   Klie'n  lii-rnniin,"'  ' t:o well   Informed on  public mutters'  ��������� Mi'il   I   li-ivi-.   In  '��������� 11.11.  1.n> > Oi.-   ��������� it ���������  tlie Utile in ordur lo pAi'-nt her lind-j  j In;, out my Uiiioi'-.ii'.ce- ������*fir.*"*'tnluj* ?tif;!i'  II hlnyrt. '���������  )Mi  t ^A���������  ���������^ v  THBJ5  is a  HOME  DYE  tliat'  ANYONE,  can use  ,-i^ony  cure  I The Guarantcfid "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth,  Oli'iu, Slmpl*, No Ohmcii ot' Mlilikn, THY,  j II'I Soiul (of I'ren CnliirCir,! und IliioUlet, '  I'I lie Jobiuun-ltli-htriltoii Cu, l.linlieil.'Montrdl  lep.nl f;tre;*rr  over with  STANLEY LIQHTPOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTONMCY  LUMIlDCN   BI-np,((V<YfjUi'i,i) TOItONTO,  Mire fOlt rcRW, '      M.37I3.  y.   ��������� .c    ���������!;:'���������   ^J1  \t<'  Handy Heat   J,}'  for Cold Nights ^  On cold, ztvo nights $  you will find the  PERFECTION  C'a.iad.iin l':i.itum l-V-real C'oinii.!!i/,  I .lit., Wltnt'.'or, Ont.  We don't print any sr.eli idiu'i 0  tbat! aald the editor loftily, as h  haiidcd back lhe niamiserlpl.  Well, you m-i'dul be -.������������������' l.fit;;-,������l,  iiboiil. It! retorted the ine;;iihii' f.i<  irtiiiilui.       Viui  lue  lie'   tin*  Old;   n:i  -.liu wou'i jirin'. It.  2H4HEATH2  the best protection for your stock.  Il is ready and handy for immediate  use.    Burns all night on single gallon  of oil, and is absolutely safe,   Smokeless���������odorless doesn't leak.  In the home it gives just  the extra heat needed in  bedroom  or sitting room.  THE  IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  V- >,, ho Wi  nil I     i'i    TTi.ll'l  pirn .4.  r'-'iUy  r. .   ,.i  ,> '���������  "i tfiviii.'i. n.i a Inioier ol I  jt'it-sri't j-.un v.h.ii h.i'i- J  U (j*.*:1 i:<-' '"* iniiri.-'J     !  .,.'.<������������������...   ,'������������������������..   .        *   li.'.f   .,1 ���������  >,m   ., ������������������m^mmm.mmi,   I I  ill '     .^m^m  , *.is( fho rt*pii.-'i   I'ei  j in."'dl;ifi>   rroji'i/.i?.  j     \,r,  Jin roiifinn.-fl  * :��������� nirl'M !**������ too ht"  :!-iri'.'    ai  a a !m  tt'td   iv! .i'i   l.o A  T������utU  M������iiliitl  Wi*������ip*i  V������������:un������'*  (JlUw.  UtAtc  Cilnry  C������Im*&I������i  Il.!,fn  it. Mi  R������|!m  Sii1iI������������i  ROYAL! IE OIL  ti  ���������! ���������  Kl  es'.-  i:  I-       "a'Hl  o   -at  .7'  V,  7 i. i  3  '#  i  1  f  ��������� l>n^opluTJ,1 Paw*      ilN Tll^Cv) 1 N'J V ^'^^%eiesgmfK  loiAdihul^Al t..o\!b NAN A 1^0 ISOLDE   o   gp53������!_5G&  ���������^.������������������������������������j������.w^r.:rrr*^r'^rl^;yr^  v-rrv by "WVxhiosfiay the  . fi. Cumberland  _Arur>g   Cora pany.  .T will'i/.it ho-ld itself  ATCUMKERLANU     ���������  IN Tii ������ MATTER of Smt.1i Ell-  00.0V Tyson, deceased, iuti&tate\  ���������'    "���������' AN1> '  [IX TlfE MATTER of tin* "O.ttf-  f.n ior tho m.iiuonsol oih- { , .  .... , -oial Adiiuiustmtors Acu  -.Vy sppo-U' mi it. columns  ��������� ��������� io tin-it1.  TAKE NOTICE that by osder  of liis Honor dr.dgo' Biud-cMy  mude tho vih day of November,  iUlo,.1 wa-5 appointed Adminis-  tnu.ii' of ilu; listnttt o'7\\\o tiUovo-  monti'MU'i! di'owised, nml n������������ paiv  A-; hivii-ff claims ug.unst the  said OAi'Ao ay*' hereby required to  Fui-iiisili saimi.   proporty  verified,  ���������"KVK i-. lwn-i.i -.mi -s!.-_t i-^ui- j lo nu* on or  liefure the 13th day  fiii-:o liaiiAiiy. ������t  Victni-iii,J D^e.ei'ulier, I'dlS-I.    A^!l)n\l   par-  ymw .ja:a i.  hub  - qR . NOTICE  ,-.u*"n:c:*: 'n> taut, aku  I'.si: '.v.\n-:iA  .-i'.l :i \hf f- i* ii li.i*:  ��������� ,o tidti! Hid  M'i, ef water  ���������iv  ���������Mill!!   O  ������������.'',   v i.i ii  tin-Mi ia  II  Iv   iV.r o i- ii   ti-,:o.vi','r\   Nowciu-ilU  '- ���������    ;,   v. \ mwri ii int i hii-a/dti "A C-lour-  .. :-! ni-.l n vef  uf   l'.s.'  OunlUimi  ;   ,       :le. wii.v-.i wii'.ct'fii'.rtiUitaC-OO"  ,:. .������������������ ;;-..in i.it!.vi.y a-d v ill fco UHsu  ,' s-: ... .'rd riti'iV/'.i.- ; u" p'-s- ���������.- on tiio \-iift  ���������: .-.,' Ann lUil*-.iy kL'h������ A Wsy.   Thi.  .r'. ii w.v-.piisted'i (ii Kvov.fA on th������  '.-.I .Vy i.f A.i I )%?��������� Th" .ipldxati >r,  .v, ', "..-��������� iViid in tl.e otUun i:v t.i'O W.itrr 11*'-  cordei- a: Vii-U-i.', li- 0. Obj.eci.i:iR may  c-Tfilfd w;th Uie s:iiU Wiu-r Rucordur <r  A'i-.h V-io Uiii.iptrull.ir ... W.i-er 1-Hgh'p,  i"; !..i*.i. t r.u.ldi u-. Vio, \-\i H. C.  V<QUlM,iLT & NAXAl.MO JUHAVAV  ��������� . A i pliqaut  \r. V.   BKA.SLHY   "  ���������' ��������� Affi-nt  yy. ,        ^ \\iyi  WATER -"NOTICE  ties iiultblod lo said e*1������iti������, su'o  veqi.ifcd to pay tlie amount of  ihoir indi'hUiduoss; to   mo   i'ortli-  with..  Dated this, llth day of November, 1913.  W. Wksi.kv Wiij,.vrp,  OfHcial Administrator; ���������  Uu in berland, I>. Ci  VOR A LICENCE TO TAKK A^D  USE W.-iTKft.  ���������S'OTiCE Ls hereby j-i -on i?;ut- Eb(_ni-  ��������� i-i ;c Nuii- imo I\ailw>y, n* Yiotorin,  ;.'. 0 wi.-l ������v(.'iy f r n i c si"..* tu take and  ...ic U'0,i>.jy ..<d. na p.-i- 'Ji tinuri', (>f .water  <-.'��������� ol Siiiid,*' < ioi k, vv.in'ch IJo-vb in a aor-  i;ii*.v;y ' i LCtu>d '.t.rong'i, Xo^caailj Dis-  ..,i.-*- :.*.i.l nviut-'e: ieti De.i-IJ.y, ae6r  U..f.t.--.vo I U-Ouk*   Ttio,waiii willb-. diver  ' ;. d j.1. 2l5u*-'i y tro.*.w i"r.>r.i Uu.hvay nud  ���������a*'dl Veubi-u I.Ji CJs-.-.tsal Kolv'iy pu.pocs  ���������jtm.Lhf_J_t;jJ il*-^ci Lboti a-illnil-.v; v Ki^ht ni  '���������������������������y:   Th*s  .p-.a'.f.fl on  IN   THE   UOLTNTY   COURT  OV NANAIMO   HOLDEN  AT CUMBERLAND,  IN THE MATTER OF Dr.niel  o  ���������53{iig*ri dewised, int������stato, who  dh'd a������ C"i������borian<i,"H. C o"  June 2^h 1013.  AND    .  ; IN THE MATTER of tho  '*Offi-  cial Administrators Act.*'  TAKEKOTICE-Ibat by order-of His Honor Judgo Barker,  made tho 5th day of November,  1913, I was appointed Adminis-,  trator of tho Estate of the above-  mentioned deceased, and' all parties haviucr claims aeaivst the  said ostate aro' hereby required to  furnish pauio, properly vei-itied, j  to-mo on or before the 13th of De-  =eemberT=ia,L3. A_NJ1^PH_*?_:  $(0.10,0, on  the 3d A y  A A-^rAv 1913.  Tne Lj.^'-titiiiji v.'.l.l -b^.fi^jd i;i the  oJlic.  O'Moctws my bo HV.1 wily tho 8!luiiindt>UtesdnoPS to ine forthwith  Water Rivordoc H"'*ith  iho Cuinp-iolier  oi AV .t? r Hijiits,  Pariiumei-.t Jiv. idings.  indebted lo said   estate,   are   required to pay tho ftinettrit of their  Vie.;ori*.,' 15 0,  ^F'OUIMALT x SAXAlMOTlAmWAY  Au*)licaot.  U.*E. r.F. sSLKV  '   AkbMj  .ij >I1 & aiy"  WATER ��������� NOTICB  TOR A LU'KN'Cii TO TAKB AND'  U*[������,..W.a,Kil   ' NOVrCI*'; ialie'roby U'������-i thit K <[*-U-  wmll i*< Nan-iimn ltuUwiy <'i Victoria,  B C. will Kt>v������'.y fur ii live n*i l<> ia'-.o mid  tt.-ft 10O.00O������iiU ,m rji-t'A, ho-.r.i, of wuter  (.>���������������-. of 1 Iir.ilno Uieo!:,. whii.h il'iivn in a  iiorc'ner'iy dircoHc-.i '.h'll'.1.''h Nil^ou L'\a-  triil find crci|_*i'.-K uUf Ih.yne Komul in.-ar  Ymb'n Hiv*^. Tii-. w it- r will b-.- dive't tl  \\i ll-'W-'uijirtronm frum'Rtilwa*. .iml w 11 lm  UhHi for Gi-t\mfil Ilaibv.iy pun'vo-i mi tho  |.itarl duiintibprl a-i n.it vu> riglit "I ������'��������� y'llii1*  n>������io<! \**/>*a vo/ilc.d o'i vie t-i-uiind ii-i iho  ;*hl iiuv of April, 1<>1!1, Tin; ivi-*.dii'aU.ri  wil lm Iih il in t'.O < liie-i id lho Wuter  I! ���������oofiUv, Vietfiis,'lt !!,(;, 0' jn,;tioi:;i may  lietih-il wlh tiio *7d WhUv Iteyor.lcv or  with iht C.-mpti'idle.- "f NVi'Ar llly'ib,  l'irl'i\ir,oni H iilitiiu; i, Vi-itoi'u, 11, C.  Jv-'^jl-WMALr .'* X \.S\MM0 RAIL WAV  A;iIillr.iTit  M. B.    I'.ASIiKV  Agoi.it.  V>'  JN" TUB  COUNTY COL'HT OF  XANUJM-OIlrtLOrcX AT  OnMBRULAND  IN   TI1M    MATTIUI 01?   Ji.hn  Hn.i'.li alio known 1.1- .bdir, Suiytli  fhjoa.med, iiredtn te,   H'he  died nt   ^  ll������'i-i Island on July o, I'.'iUh  AN'I)  IN TIIK MATi'Ka.if ihfl0nj'.i'������ ]  Admitih-'T'tl'/r' Aei"  TAKK Surif:!'] Iha hy nido; 01  1 fi > 1 l.nnif ,Iij;ln,. ri���������i'!;e;*, iu,i-.|i-  I'.; "11: '1 v "���������'��������� S v "b.-f. IdIIi  I (Mi,, ,iji]������.>iulel    A'Auiiii .'r,.!! r;  oi ItlU Kil.iti) .>(    ill'     ib"������V ' IV.*'  tionfd drci-io'cil, hiid  .lil   ]���������, i-i-  ...I    ...... .      '    I   '   ll        t :    '      ,.  f-;i.Hi' ..re i.eie'iy fi-i'-ii-i-.l ���������-.',���������  liri; y:i:r.i', prr.pe.'ly -.'.'M.''' ', ���������  Me 'Hi i-i' i-i'fiifr Jlie   1 ' '..     ',  ���������  IWtni.'-i. i:m:j.   ami Vi : ..  \,t   ,-',,.    I'       ���������'���������      '     1    * <���������'  I  I'I        '       t'i','       .-.  r������:<|Mir ��������� I in 1-..V   I rn*    .in-.ui'it   ;.  ll,i ir 1 ,-.li.'\)'- lot* - t'i   i;-"   .-.-i.'1-  wilb.  p.Utd  thi-:  I i'h  1! iy 01    .Sw.ein*  W    Wi   ' * *( V.'m.i .Mtli. ; ;;      '. ������  t'lhi', .i    ��������� ..;.i..;  l.-j.'   ;,  tx.i.    ������������������   ������.: .-.      !  Dated this llth day of November,  1913.      "  Wo'WEbUSY Wi:.t.\ri>,  Ofiicial Administrator,  . 'Cumberland, B. C.  in'thhi- county court of  nanaimo holdes at  cumberland   "  IN TUB: MATTER of Daniel 0'-  Cor'o-l^nli*������ known os D.niiel  John O'Co'inell, dvco;>i?ed, intea-  tate, who died ut CtipoOcmmer  ell, llupb,t Distificton January  26,1913.  ���������  ' AND  IN Till. MAT1T.H' of t!..34'Oflieiiil  Atimiiiistriiiova Act.*'  TAKK NOTICK ih������������.' - oui.-.-.������f  Hi;?  Honor   J'  the fj.h day oi  wis  appoint'.5!!   .  iho Kuiitto of tii**  deunat'ed, i������iu������  ,.l-  claims iif't'iiriat 'Au  hereby reqiiiied '  jrrojiorly vonlVvi,  fnro Ihe 1&i������������ d  10\&.   ANO r.ii j-  raid oi������Uto, pre i ,  umoum ol \Wa:  ���������nn forthwith.  IXitrul t'ut- ���������.!������;)  Vim, 1913.  W, Vv7'*' ''.  Ofl!i-.i������������i  '',bir',;t..i���������   i  ���������..'���������":>,   7:  A'1 7i?A:  ���������nvo tii,}:.::  '     ''tiUS i'f  nn id fi.-',t','.  ArA-.h   <-.  '. .   -in  ������������������-  ��������� ������i  , i i .  ���������a-i  ���������- A  . o )��������� 1 ->'  i   !>!���������  ��������� ii .'j i,  ��������������������������� hidil.-uil ;o  v-il   'a;, prtv thu  lh!\i-AYfA--     10  ��������� v    ���������-���������  V^VOiU-  Ov.lbl  V       ,-l?.l.������'!"l  ������������������i.t,!: i -'.'nu.  ).'-.'  ���������>'   ..V   }.y,,flmf  Anything yon want  and whatever o  way you want.it.      ���������* Below are a  few dthings we \ rint  Give us a Trial Order aftd s������������������  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTELMIKADS  BILLHEADS.  I'-N'V ELOPE  PAMPHLETS   .  CATALOGUES-  .-;     .MENUS  HLOTTKRS  DODGERS  POSTERS'  SHIPPING TAGS  a    VISITING CARDS  BUSINESS CARDS  WH D DI NG ST ATIONE RY  HALL PROGRAMMES  ,    ETC., ETC.,  ETC.  -  %  !  !  1  i  i  i  ;  !  !  'i  S,  :." !  *  i  5  ;���������  i  s  a  I^l^Srl  It.   I    I  nn^l  " -*-������ii   fWrlZ^ <??*% "^^ "W"  ���������;������������������ i i M Vkhttl  .,.*av;w  vUroo   'U  ��������� -RV      :}  *.,��������� in     'i  .D'ansmuii? Avenue  Cumberland, fi. C.  iaW-jC^,^J>r^::,^'������ia^Jto^  ,1t  m r^MatvSGfestifiatohUfca  -^���������.KWrf+IM^aHJHW.  M  I -  i,    '���������   -  I.i.:.,. .  !*(������������������������V^������irvV������MJ   *f.*,r  ���������Qi  ft  1  .���������:i  ���������<  I  NOTICE is horoby given th: t app'.i-  , cadun wih bo made to tha Superintend-  .ent of Provincial Police,  Victoria for a  license to eell liquor   by wholesale upon  thu pieti-iuea sitiufccd on Lot C, Block 15,  Cu i.beilantl Townaito, Cuinberlaiid, B. 0  ���������    UlALI MUSSATTCUpplio.i:.t.  D������ted .his Isi d<y if 6o:olor 1913.  ..NOTICB ia hiraby giveu thutou thoili-ht  day of Oioii'ur next application wil) be  made to tha Superintendent ot lV>vii,cin]  Poiico,'Victoria, ferth. reiiewal of"thu ijp-  . tt-1 Ivjonso to soil lqiiora by rutaU ai tne  hotel knowu aa theL uuo liot������������, aituu'ed at  Coinox, B.C. Geokgu M? Barlow  Cited Ootober 1, 1913.'",  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of November iqi.3, application  will be made to ihe Superintendent o������l  Provincial Police, for a renewal of ihe  whjle.i.ile luju ir license upin ihe premises known as Lot 2.4, Subsection 1,-Nelson District.  rii.sENiin Uukwino Company.  D.ited October ist, 19*3  NOTICK ia hereby givon that un tho  first day ol December next npplicat.ou^rilI  La mndo to thb Suijoiutomlimt uf Pruvin-  oial I'oiioe, Vict .iia, for a miuwoI of tho  butei licouse U eell liquor* by reUil tu  tin* hotel knowu &. tho Unioa hoU-1, anil a to at Uui.m, B.C.   JohkN.' McIjwu  Di������id tbe 1st day of (Mob**, 1918  , NOTICE Is hor������by bit-mi Lhat ou the,  Stall day ot Dtoavabex a������xt, tpplioatou will  t** mads t������ aba Saporitttoiideut oi ProrlucUl  Polioo, ViokurU, for tks renewal of the hu-  t*ul.lio������ujM to toll llqaoM by reUil to, the,  hotol kuwwuM th. Uv������r*id������ howl, ritu**a  ���������tOwtrtwuy, B. a     ���������    0, II, ifmrnttn  i_u������i Oti*o)t*t i, m$.  ������������.������ii'.f������������������ii'yi"������������pw,^lii fi*m nam*  210110B rt Q������r_by Kiran  Out oa   too!  fltt. day of D*������Muber oaxt ayplioati.iu will  bemidu *������ lhe ,_at-������rUit������o<leu.t of Pr.>rij������.  tio. Polio*. Vijtaiin, for ^be renewal of tho.  hoixd UteoM id e������ll Hqaon ly roiiil in the'  botA km������w������ m tlie W1U0* hotel, mfcuatsd:  at Ui*OM Bay RC,  AtruftD IUrim Ho&ui  Dated Ooiobut 1.. 1913..  NOTICK U horoby givwi bunt on Uia  ftwt day of Dacocnbor nuxt applioativ>n will  bo tuido to tie Suporiutscdeut of Pi-oviu-  ������ial Potion, Vvo^oria, for tiie renewal of thti  ho-itl licua������o to Boll liq.iioi-a liy rntul in Uie  ho*1 kuo-vu an tlia N"el������ou hotfl, MitmleJ  at Ouiou Bay,. B.C., , John Pa4aiu������.|  Dated (Moix* lm, 1913.  The Courtenay Hotel  -r^-AR v*ry-coa ven ienoe-for-gnoslfl;���������  The Contial Hotul for Sportsman  Man* but die Ik������t of Wines and Uquort  at tlu: Har.  RATKS R8AB0NABL8  J^..JI?WS^^ ^OMMi  ,,;:: iv.^ttrXl&^&lS&S&ffi  Union Steamship Co: of B/;CL  TIIK S.S. OOW'IGUA). AVILL SAIL AS UNDER  MANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX4R0UTK  Leave Vanoouvor, Monday,' at 8 p, m.  Arrivo Nanahuo,. at 11.30-p, m.       ,���������������������������������������������  , Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 0 a. in.       Leave ,Tu������s di.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday & a, 111.     Leavo Tuesday, 11 ft. iii,  Leave Nattniinn Op. in. Tuesday."  Arrive Vancouver y.30 p.tnA  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive   Na naimo,   11.30 p. u;  .Arrive Union Bay,1 Sunday (j a.m. Depart. 5p.m.   .  ?  .,An-i\*e Cpmox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.  j. NOTICE ia hereby given tint at iho  j ouxt wfa������t.ii.'. of iho Huaril of Lico.se C. m  ) misui.i.oi-h wf ilu. City nf Cumb; r!mi'_, I  ' i'ltdud Ui a ply f.T 11 ltMie^'iii of the hot.  el licsnto hold b. me (or the   \Yhv..rly  tt.* el/situ ate. 1 ou lut 2, blook a, Cunjbor  end Toaiisito.  FRANK 'DALL03  Dated thi. 29th diy.i f Got. 1918.  DRINK  The purest aifd best BISER, and  ���������made iu Cumberland.  nion  J.   N.   McLEOD.     I?������;Qj������iii_ax'or.   iLJ.~imiti  1   u  John Johnston,   Prop  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  ��������� NANAIMO HOLDEN AT  NANAIMO.    '  IN THE MA1TEU01*1 GniSoppe.  J, L,  Contiiiciiza, doeoaflud, in  tewtnte,   late of   Nd.   8   mine,  ui?ar Cumberland B. C,  -  - AND  IN THE MATT Eli of tho "Ofii-  diil Adminii-trivturfl Act,"  TAKF NOTICE that by order oil llir) Honor Jiulyu Barker,  made during tlio -month of November, 1018, I waa appointed  Administrator ot' the EHUto of tlm  ���������above mentioned-decoftued, and all  parties having clttim3i against tlie  Buid efltate uro horoby roquirod to  furniflh samo, properly verified, to  uio on or  December 1.913,    AND ull par  tiea indebted to fluid estate, are required to pny the amount of their  imlcbUHhioGH to me forthwith.  Distal tliir) 18th day of Novem,  Iku- 3918.  W* WKSI.UV WlbfiAUD,  OlHiiial Administrator,  Cumberland, IL C.  Butli^ 4 x. aU������'I!O.N( ttlytnyt w������s t������y alto, the tamtntf, M.tLWA.UKKM  BJ-lBaS���������Anhiwuar, BgJ.omia.ij, Habit*, to. "Q.LD QUBY liiiAHU"  SCOTCH VVHISKY, Beat\ \7inpa and Liquors of all kinds  tm* Avoiding and lodging Dr^ajtmaj^ \uides tha uamcdin.e. uu_.<orinte>nd������a.ca  ?    wiil bit, to.Ui.d Pita, ola������i In aytsry rodent, 3  ATB3,  pi 00 per day  ������������������A������*ic*������fflWAJ,W������.<A*A!.Si*-*������*4>>  mSffiBSSSSBBSS  row  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better?, Cheaper.Than Most Dairy Feed's  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  Distributors 'NSNAIMO, B. C.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of ma-  mo, properly verified, to}������  ��������� ., ���������_���������_���������_������������������_ ������  beforo li.e 20th day of king the people think of you  than  by placing an Ad in Tha NEWS,  "Nuff Said."  0. H TARBELL  .HIGH GRADE STOVES*  }' AikI "II KITCHEN iiUTENSILSf  L   j  ������ Sportsmcns Goods  ������ nnd  } Genera! Hardware  Violin Strings, Talking mn-  cliinc nccdlvs fttid Victor Rccoida  for sale ftt Un** News office.  NOTICE  "rfi>ivjft-fj_'..w~  r���������  Auy jKU'ttoit or poivom), oultbi(jr,  removing or taking any Munlc^  timl)or or wood, of any doftcriptiodii  )olonginjr to tho Wellington Col-  ilory Oo'y., or from or off tho liuid  of tho suit! Compnny, or unyone  tipping rubbish of any description  imywhcro upon tiie eompaiiy'n  land will lm prosocutod to tlio full  iixt<Mitof the law.  W. L. a)ULSt)N,  (Jenoml Aliuiagoi-,  Co 11 lory Co,y,  Don't   forj������et   to  pUce   your  next order for printing with us,  HCTLA/il,  Riding on locomotivcM nnd   mil  way cars of  tlie  Union  tTolliory  Company by any person   or  per-  B0113���������except tain crow���������i_i Htriotly  nrwhiVitwd,    Kmpioywsfi  mv nuh-  'oe to fj|Kmin������al for nllowiiiR wni-  Uy order  W. Iv. COULSOX,  General Manager.  IN TIIK COUNTY   COUliT  OF  NANAIMO HObMKN AT  CU.MHICKI.ANJ)  1N( TUB   MA'ITICH   of Thomur  Ifmiili, dircured, intoniaKi. mIk  died in Nuleon  Dibtrict on April  '20th 1 J a,  AN" IJ  IN TIIK MATTKKinf iho 'Oflicinl  Adminif'tr.itnrB Aot."  TAKK N ITIC12 thai l.y order  <>f IHh Iii������i(iiJ;JuilKo Burke:,mude  thn fiih day'of Novpfnhor HM-l,!wt������c  "ppnint.d ndn.lrilplritor 0! tl;r. K--  'ato of tJi(i uhove inuiitioncd de  cciimhI, (tm) all piirti'ia*! having  clulms a(*aiiiHttho  p.o.ld eutato nro  Notice is hereby given - that ������t ilie  ie\-t meeting of the Hoard o( License  Commissioners I intend i<j apply for a  renf.\y,.l of ihe hotel I1cc1.se hold by ma  or ihe New England Hotel, situated on  .lock 3, lm 3, Cumberland Townsite.  .    JOSEl'H WALKER  Dated Oct,, 291)1, 1913.  ���������'..' "   ,  NOTICE is hereby jjiven lhat at the  next mcotin^ of the Uotrd of License  Commissioners of the Ciiy of'Cum'ber-  Und, 1 intend 'o ajijily for a renewdlof  ilie hotel license held by mc for ihe  "King George" Hotel, situated on ot 9,  block 7, Cumberland Townsite,  VICTOR HCNORA"  Dated this 29:11 A.ty oi Oct., 1^13  XOT10K is h;r..by given thtt nt tho  i-oxt m.iilv.gof the Bon-.d ������>f L;couso  Owu.ukMio..fi(i nf tha Oity of Cuiub������r-  iHinl, I inl#.-.il to ftjJi-ly fur a renownl td tho  wKolesiilo liquor lioHuaolmld l.y mo, tit-  uatuJ ou l_t 12. block 0, Cmn'oeihud  i'ownsilo. *  JQU^.MAROCGHI  UjktoJ ilx'a 'Mb d iy of Oat., l'_18.  NOTICK vi i. liorehy Biwn ih-At ut tkt  uext mrctiuu; if til������ I3ynrd uf' Lineup  Coiuuii������8i������a������i4B o,C llu City ut Cu.rU.j--  I*iiJ, I ii-tcud to ������i. _-lj( fo-r u renewal of  he wholuulu lin������vr li'itn������e,lie.U by au  w������ l>l_ok.-13, lut 6, Cuml.f.-la_d Tunuslt..  WA.LI MUd.'iAXTO.  MOTIOK U L.ei-ib.- giveu *Jut ������* th.  iti-xt uieutitig of tho Uo9,ft it Licewte Coia-  '.niwijouers of Uis Oily of (.'11 u.berland, 1  ..tend to tipp.y fcr a rouowul i.f th* hot-  ol lu-euso L.ld by uie for 'he Cumborland  lloicl, utuufcvd oulot 1, block ti, Cum'.cr-  laud Townsiio.  WILLIAM MERRIFIKLD.  Dated thii"29th diiy of Oo.,., 1813.  LIQUOR A-CT 1910.  Section 42,  N(������TICE h hereby given Ihnl  on tlie 1st duy of December next,  i*pplioivtion will bo made to th^  ���������"jiiporiiitendent of Proyincinl jiol-  'Cfa. tor a  ii(.-ei\EO for the ..ale   of  liquor by, wholesale in and upon  the premises eit.iutod in ihe town  of Courtonay, 13. C, known and  ilnsoTibcd us Lots 30 and. 81, ?cc-  ���������tioisjGl. .-.  Duled thie J 1th day of- Oc oher  wis."   -    ..'"    ���������  UNION. BREWING COMPANY  Ltd,  John ili������rpcchi, Munagor  ���������    '* , Applicant  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section ���������i'i.  NOTICE ia lier������hy givrn that,  .in the lut duy of Dccemhor next,  tppiicationl^viill be made to tbe  Supoiimondfint of Provincial Police for renownl of th������' hotel licence  ui oeli liqiior hy retiiii in the ho'.e!  ifiiown ai* toe Mtila.piiui Hotsl,  A uutc at Lnnd, in tlio Piovincoof  iritirh Columbia.  Da'.od Uiin 3.h day of  Ootober,  913.  FUKI) THULIN  Applicant  .   '    ADVKRTISEWKNT.    -  NOTICE is hereby given ihat nn  Action haa been raised njpiin^t the  Pitulen'.itil A-������tir.Hifc Compnny  Liixjited, 71 Reniield Street, (JIhh  gow, for payment of the turn vf  ������131, beiiiK tbo proceeds of lm-  Po'iey No. 4578-SG with said Com  pany on the L'fe of J.i'hn Jnok, 97  Laii������!ands Hoad, Oovan, Ghugow,  and tlmt the Sbeiiff of thu Counly  of Lanark, Scot land, bus ordered  lidverlieement of notii-c of .aid notion by interlocutor, au follows:���������  GIa?(iO*.v, 19ih Seplember, 1913.  Holds.tho fund correctly stutc-d in  ihe Petition,, and in lo-pno. tbe  Pursuers nnd. n'oininkl Ruice^  have consigned ii.o fund ii: lhe.  hiii d������ 1 f the Clt-ik of Court Exon  ers and dihchargert titem of nil  claiiiiB in tbe action. Appoints  iniinnuion of the Aetion io lo  made by Adveni-emeot. publisbed  once in a Nowpp������*per otrenlmiiii, in  CJuuiberland, Vancouver I.-lund.  BriliHh Coluinbi-i, Osnitda. niui up-  p. iiua cluimaiitB in the fund to  lodge 'heir cluims witli Ibe Ciork  of Court within one month nfrom  tho dato of Riicb ndverti-jernent, and  .ends the cape to the adjustment  roll of 13lb November 1 ext.  (Signed)  \V. G. Scott Moxciukfj.  Archd. McMaktin,  A true copy, S.C.I),  In terms* tboreof notice it* h-weby  given of e������id action arid < f .aid in  teilocutur.  LOWNDES & RKNWICK  28 Bulb Slice:, Glii-sow, Solicit  ore for Real Raiher.  one  "'^"'���������'������������������t'a.-������       4   .  54?H  aJififtiiir?1^'  '\ -        A,    ,       ''  under any lnw, and has beer.   foR^^-;':  six months next   preceding   ther^lM  day'of nominatiou, the registered-^- !���������-  owner in the Land   Registry, (Jf- f-yh,  ficc, of laud or real   property in-jA-^l  the city, of ihe assessed ' vulue on ^  tho   last   municipal .. assessment',-i.  roll of ������500.00 or more, over a'jd- v. '";  above any re������istered encuiJil/er-.?^.j  auce or charge, aud wint is oilier- :;A  wise (jualiiied  as   a   inujiicipalA.;;  voter. - ' .' A !-���������  - ' * rf  Given nnd'er my hand ���������" at. tht������i?  Ciiy of Cumberland ihis 30th day ;;���������  of December,  1913     .,   ,' i .  Joii.vThumso.v; ���������       v   j,.  Returning Officer.  MUNICIPALITY'    OP    THIS  CITY OK CUMBERLAND  PUBLIC NOTICE'is. hereby  given to the electors of the municipality of the City cf Cumberland that 1 require the presence  of the said electors at the Cour.-'  )Cil Chambers, City Buildings,  on t.he_i_3_th day_o_f_J_amiar.y.._LOJ.4.  Ll.QUQR ACT, 1010.  t-ection 42.  N'OTIClfi [4 hereby |ijvan that  m the lut duy of December next,  ���������ipplieation will bo in.vd" tn t!������c  Superinletident of Provineinl Pol  ice for renownl of lho hotel licoi-ce  a mdl liquor by iftliiil in thu hotel  .iiown ap^th'i Willow-* Until, Hitu-  itta nl Ctttnplell River, in the Province of Mrhi.hOnlumbi'i,  Hated thif< Sih dny of Oclolier,  UU3.  at 12 o'clock noon, for  the put  pose of nominating,  persons   lo  represent them in tlie municipal  council as mayor and aldermen.  The mode  of nomination   of  candidates shall be ..as follows.���������  The candidates shall be nomiiia  ���������tedji^wriiing! the writing shal]  be subscribed by   two   voters   of  the municipality as proposer nnd  seconder, and'shall be 'delivei'td  to the'Returning Officer at  any  time between   the   dato  of   tlie  notice and 2 p. m. of tho day  of  nomination, and   in the event of  a poll being necessary, such poll  will be opened on tho,  15th. day  of January, 191*)", at the Council  Chambers, Cny Buildings, Cumberland, B, C, of   whioh   every'  person ie hereby required to lake  nolies and govern himself accord  ingly.  No person shall b^ nominatal  or be eligible aa a candidate for  muynr, unless he be possessed ol  the qiialilicatiunsby law requiicd  ol Ihusu oillcers, and unless ��������� the  candidate bhall on or before the  hour of 2 p m of the day of nomination, fu.tni.sh tlie Retuniiug  'Qiiicer with, a ..tatutu-nt iu wiic-  ihj.t spt*cjfyiiii* the land < r leal  property upon which he qualifies, his nomination shall be in>  valid and shall not be acta! upon by tlie Returning Officer.  The qualifications aseaudidnto  for*iiiii.vor are us follows:  -  lie must be   a   male   Briii h  .ii.  ''J  MUNICIPALITY    OL*     TIIU  CITV OFCUMBKKI.AND  NOMINATIONS for S.-hoc'.  Trustees will be rec-'v^d -ui  Monday, [\iq 121I1 day of jui**.  uary'l 1914. r.t t; o'clock 1 oo:-.    '  Thc'tnodc of nomiiu'iou -i'  candidates sh.ill'be as  follows:���������...  The candidates shall be :i*".-,ui-.  ual.cd in writiiifj. Tho w.iitin^  shall be subscribed by iwj vot^ri  of the inunioipiility as. proposLT  and seconder, and shall lie deliv-.  ered lo the Returning   Officer;!;;"  n 1 " "  -any time between the date <>f tho  udfi.ee aud 2 p. u:. of the  dv.y ;7  nouiinalion, and iu the  .eyi-nt o.  more tlia������i    two   liontinations   7  poll will bo opened on Thoi>day.  the 15th day'of j-..r.ury.    191.1,  ut   ilie   rolling   "M'.-ion   at   '.be  Council ChambJr.s,,City   i-l-.'.ild-;  ings,     "���������"'iiuiberlnud,    1... f'.,   of.  which eveiy person ic. requir.u 'o  take notice and   govcin    iii'.ii,-.;'::."  accordingly.  The qualifications, for   tr-u. lue  are as'follows:,���������' ^  lie  niui-t   bo a male Jji'iti.h   rub    |  ject of th������ lull :Uyi.  oi tw(.uty-oiiy. J  years   ahd not disqualified .under "j  ������������������my law,   and .11:1 ve', heen ' fi>r   .;>. '  "i"iTnrriiTrniTOt~pi,rtRyriTy|^r]Tp'Ti^  in)niiuatioii;; tho  registeiycl o.wuer  ,  in the  .Land  Kegistry. C)liK;w   of, '  Land oi* rial proper:v in'the   ei*',' "l  1    1     , ...  {  !lU-t      j  ..f j  $500.00   or more, over and id_nv<j j-  anv   rejristeri'd   eiiuiiuibrfUf'e    m- '}  eharge,   and   who' i������    olherwiify- *  qualified as  a munioip'il voier, :'  Given   niiclui* mv   Imnd -at   the ?  '4  or'tho assessed  value on ��������� tbo  tniiniuip'il     itsKossmont   roil  City uf Cumberland   this  day of December, .1013.  ��������� JOHN' TllOMi-ON  :30,h  lu'tiirniiig Officer  tnunviw*!  _y___l______Ma!JM-MM������*llMME������M������^  8 In Summer0  ���������less food is needed than  in winter. But it is essential  that cummer food be palalaBia  and nutritious. That is why  thc best of all summer foods is  CII.MU.I������S TII UUN    ...... ;  Applk'imt subject ol llm full age of twenty.      ;oue yeairi  aud   not   dii.qualiiied  . ,1 ,. .......:     1   .  ������lv^.f,    ������V'^-... ��������� ^,w^     v'. I  t���������. k.irki     r.t-ai.'.V,  properly verified, to me on or he-  fore the liUh dny of Di-renibor,  11)18. AND all parties indebted to  nt d ������'i������tate, iwo reipiiied lo pny the  un.oui.'. of tl.* ir fi.dibte-Ji.u c to  me forthwith.  D.iImI thi/ 31th day if  Novum*  her, 1018  \V  Wjmi.j-v ^'n.uun,  OUi.Hi Adiioiji.irni^r,  tituo f 1  ������.-, /*. L  THIS IS IT!  Tlio  iioop  that w-'OH  yor. work, and .mvw  you inotwy witl'Otit Injury  to linmlu or  article. rwjn  Sunlight SOBpL\r       y^iy  turnu u'n?!!-     \Vft_f-x\V  tub   drudgary     \J>S������/>V  ������i<to    ii.t..utui*" i^?_iv"*'/_i.,  Cotnbarof&tinlljcht  to-Jiiy nn*,! try,  follow  Directions,  NOyiCKi-t hmby Kiv,i������ Ui.t ut tin  n.*xt mt'iti'iK������if t'������ I'd.-nl ��������� f I lo t,M.f'.'Ui  iir.rtiout-rnof ilie fity nf I'mi'lii-rPiinl. *���������.  inliiiul to njnily fur 'i ii'M'V.'fil f the li->'-  el llC'lift* li������'lii by wn f.ir 1I1.1 V|i>,t.j,m>  UntM, Hilii'-teil mi li'l ft, 1 |i |.|( :t t'uml a  aud Ti**mi!..  JOSKIMI DAMn.NTK  JD-KI'H  rOHACrt)  i* UilOc.br WU), J'������l:i.  ***. ���������  1  piil asse.ssuieui loll of S. i,cooo\c  and abovu any reyi^ter tl enenin-  bj.inei* or  charj^'i   ai.d   who   is  utherwis'S qtia'.ilivd as u  imiiii<i  jiill Vol������'l.  'I'll., (in 1'' fii'-i* "m������i" 'i.   i'ii .1 ���������'., 1 ���������     '   /TW"*  .-,  mi trr,;"  mfiir n   -if.- -,  n vi  lur nUlcrm-.11 arc   as   i������&>w>:-'mffl^^  Ho must be   .1   m..L-   I'ri i*h ' fejM^ Siii^ivI.^^Vi 'j, }  I      , . r ...   11 i- . . tiv3"*        V   Iff..-*������"-'������-'  - r*** *'' P* ���������   ������������������������"-  1. ubtoei of tne full a*'e ot t\wii-\.;  iv*       j fc, t,j . v ,o ������.rw-������;-tt-. ot *���������-,������  '��������� J ��������� V      ./ t--    . .:    ���������      f. -������������������ ',*  .,   \.7.i;.  / _( V|h     .'1     -..; ;.-i. .������. -'."iw������ J*.  .mim'iil\i\Ji',.\ J...W..V klWV. ���������. J-* ���������������"������*.. .���������>������������������������,.  11 .!���������'.' .���������    '  y*i.������^������*-. ._, Tb1m*'''., Uifilro   'ii'.'���������, ii vt . i-y-i     -<->A;'(--r-A'.f*      rv"^A, I'V^i* ** <'''%-     ���/J%%T&?'  'Aty^ir   ;
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Don't Persecute
your Bowels
Cut o'it i-athaitic* an.t purgatives.   They ��ra
brutul..liars|i~ui!iitcc.'��;iry. try
Piirrly vcRclal)!., Ac
Ijrnil)'oil llie liver,
of ilicbo.vcl
Cun Can-
Skk tltuJatr.r unJ /nili'itKliiri, ui niil'lti.u  knttt.
Smnll Pill, Small Done, Smali Price,
Genuine i.imt boat Signature
The   \
' The-
W. CLAR.';. M'f'r., Montreal >
M.-ingled times
I rom mho. one London critic tell-
in.ij me, wilLes Vj. N. in the Binning-
lia'm l'ost; how he had wli'Od to a Glasgow impor tho-nows thai. tho great
:!il:isca hud just arrived and -would
conduct, the London Symphony or-
clioatm on such and sucli a dato. Tho
tolograph >pc-i-;i.or, as usual, spelled
Uio unfamiliar nanio along, the lino of
leant resistance. Tlio (llnsgow subeditor, not heiiif. a niiislciil man, had
imvor hoard of Ni!;;'scli?lmt'a3 tho adjective '{.real' wim prodscd to the
name, lie naturally assumed ��� that lie
.must ho a Sooleluna.ii, no iho .Glasgow
public was infoi-inod tho noxt day that
tiio Kront McKish had uu-ived in London. . ���   ;
1 romonihcr also a London coIUmkuo
voducod (o a s,tato cf oollapso by. dl��-
coveriiiiv that ho had liccm made io
sny that, Andrew Blank baft sung:
Xlnoplti Andrew, instead ol' Non pin
andr-.il. " . . '���     '
AlllimiKh of harmless appoaranco,
tho oboe is t'-'c niosit deadly musical
Instrument, in tho world, for it literally kills thoso who play'upon it.
* To' play an oboe perl'ot-lly ,-. musician
iniisl placo the rood momlipieco- far
hark in his mouth nntl It. reaches iho
Riillot. .uml playins in IIiIb fashion !s
most, harmful to llie ltmf!��.
Afloi* two years r.�� olioe-playinii nine
out of ton musicians rIvo up their
ins (rumen I. and learn to' play another.
If ihey do not thoy are. radically certain to develop consumption with fatal
results. Oho.! players nonimnnd hissh
salaries, as ir.-w of Ilium ciiro lo run
so f?iv:it a risk.
His Dev-tjc-;
Vounsi   -Mrs.  Flitter lolls  me  tha'c
her hiu-.band is Roius to leach her how.
to skate this winter, nays Mrs. Goorn,
ii. the tone .t, woman employs wheii | jtl'.j gjow
For Weak Backs and Headaches
Hiss Ethel Balccmbe, ot -Port Duf-
fovln, N.S., 'vritoa: "I was troubled
with Klduoy Diseaso fov several years, j
back wna weak. I lir.d terrible
headache*- and 'was so restless that I
could not sleep ut night. At las't a
friend told me about GIN PILLS. I
at onco got a' box- and after taking'
thom, .1 felt better���after talcing threo
boxos, I was cured."
COc, a box, C for 2,50. Sample freo if
you -write National Drug and Chemical
Co.- of Canada Limited, Toronto, . 215
The F.oot-Warmerc
The lato Charles UrookfieUl will he
greatly missed, in clubland and .i'ii
theatrical circles, for if was on lilm
that they depended Tor nearly all tho
Rood stories lhat went-tho round of
Ilo used to (ell a story of a miserable railway journey ho had to mid ovist ko with some friends to gel. to a
country lionet*.  ���
If was bitterly cold, and by tho time
they got to tho end of their -journey
It was pitch dark, ami '"ic-y were nearly frozen.
A private omnibus had been sent to
meet them.-and 'they trooped in and
pulled up tho glass >... t'.e window. '.
'.I hope l.o Kooduess they've remembered to put in tho foot-warmoi-s! exclaimed Bouo ol! thein, reeonnoilerin.,'
with his foof, Oh, thank goodness!
���Yes, they're there i  ���
,*Suro enough they found, s'qor.od under fho scats, two heavj contrivances
which they hauled iuto line and gratefully rested tlieir t'oct on. The' effect
was- instantaneous. Immediately a
delicious wannlh permeated thd soles
of .their boots and thawed iheir icy
feot, aud soon their whole bodies wen;
Sicilian Carts
Of all We vehicles in tho' world
liters is none to equal the. Sicilian can.
which is cawed, yellow, pane-led.with
lurid paintings thai run tho gamut ot
myth and history. Ouo wo saw had
upon ils panels scene:; that represented Columbus snilihp; from l'alos and-
discovering America, a bloody tight
round the citadel of Acre, the hermit-j
ago of Santa Itasolia, and on its tall-J
board a vivid picture of the massacre i
of tho Vespers: The earls are never >
very lai-fte, as'ciirl* go, but. they ai-oi
so mai'vclousiy wrought, that (htyj
ought surely to como under tho pro.]
visions'of,the law lhat, forbids J.he ox-]
portaliou of any works of art. Wheels!
and shafts, axle?, tho od^es of sides j
and posts and tailboards ur till work-1
ed into neat fioojiiotrleal-doalsns, and]
on the axle is a caivlng built up clear ���
to the bottom of the curt, a miiss qf [
intricate scrollwork and .vinft'orhraul.'
in the middle of .which siU ihe patron ;
saint of (he fortunate owner. \
pills, syrups and alcoholic mixtures are
uncertain and amah.
Scott's Emulsion has been relied upon by
physicians for forty years as the safe ancl sensible
remedy to suppress the cold and buildup the
enfeebled forces to avert throat and lung troubles.
Don't tolerate alcoholic substitutes, but insist
on the Genuine Scott's Emulsion, One bottle usually
lasts longer than a cold.   Every druggist has it.    _3 73
%���-sax: ar.u
|M��i-VV Ht aHStP ROMTO: ��*> r��T*lt��d .W "I
Awful Asthma Attacks.���ifi lh.i'i- a,
member cf your family who ia in the'
power of this ilistvossius-troublo'.' No;
service, you- can vendor Ium will oiiuul;
the brni'glii.,' to his attention of l>r. A- j
D, Kellogu's As! lima Remedy,
remarkable re'ln-.dy rests its    ropul
'   ,���.-        -The PrlVe of Peace
���iibi; ���..������x;arcil io be.soiiUMvhal. excited, whou ho came home that night, and
Ikv naturally ashed the caiin:-,
The'man'in tho a*p ilal lias fallen
in love with our cook, she ijald.
'   What of it, he tiskeii.
.   llo'u beon iryln^Ao goi her. lo run
ThU"lwuJ' a11^ llinri'.v ll'ni-
i    Do-you   -on n .tho man   who   prac-
c-ve.ry nig llt?
said she did, aiid  lie made a
His Claim to Fame
Lurd Alvorslono trlls? this . slory
nRalnsI'. hlmsolf. vile had byon"announced to dlsU'ihute the pri/.os at an
l*_.j3t.-r>ml school, and one of tlie pupils
iiskoii ins fiii.licr:  Ou's llnlvo.rstone'.'
Why, lie's (ho - man otliat liaii.:cd
t'rippen!  waft the immedlalo. reply. ���
tion upon what A'hat dono for ollicrs.) llc^.0" thc conk'1
It has-a 'truly wonderful record, cov-.   A'1" nm.i.f,r
eving years and years of succcgs in al- J m   J   fc J1 c
most overy parl>of this contliicnl, and1     lou UU) u,oU' tK'
oven beyond the seas.
For Sunday'School  Teachers
Toll the cook, ho exclaimed excitedly", that I nui u poor man, but i will
Hive $50 it she'll do il.
A  teacher ' in a    mission
'   llcfore  I  sentence   thc   prisoner   I
should liko 10 ask,',the .auci-noy why
he  thinks  thai' lho  defendant  is in- >
i-'anc. ���,.       -     . ��� .
. Your Honor, lie admits Ihai he had
perfectly fair trial.
| A, ,1'udgo was (l-yiiit;' to..convict, in;
; old liusro fur chicken stealing., liastus
i he says to him, how is it. when there
| is a liii*- dos at tho door and tho eooi>
! near the house, that you can' steal
those chickens?'. Now, Jedj.o,' says
���Kasl.ua. you.keeji on .buying them, you
.couldn't yet V\<r;;. ilio same way as 1
can. ' -      -
el ofj
Mils. Ws.vslow's Sootiumo Sviifp has been
���Si^i ior ovsv SIXTV VKARS'iv Mir.MONS at
MOTlllSRS foi iticlf ��mi,Ui<KrT Wlt'tlS
*��.!..V,"n aii 1'AIN , CtriiUS WIN!) COUC, and '
v. tlie licit remedy tot DIARRIUKA. It ii al> j
$uliitclv ii.'irmles.s, lie smv niifl ask lor "Mrs,
;\Vinslow's Soothing Byriip," ami take ho otl-?l
kind   Ti��-cuty-iivs"'ccutsa botlli;.
Sonotrcnu   u'cttor   llian .linen   (inu   l)l(j
slie conceals-a re Proof in a mors
conversation.     Isn't it ni:. to1' see a
man so devoted lo his wifo?
Devoted���-;hucks! grumbles Oooph,
from behind his magazine. He's so
blamed jealous of l.er, he won't take
a chance m having any other man near
Minard's   Liniment  Cure.   Diphtheria.
None of Them Horrid
Miss Prim���Allow u horrid man 'to
kiss ine���ucver!        ,
Miss Peach���Neither would   I;   but
thank goodness, thero'isn't one anions'
all my male acquaintances.
laundry  t-ill.s.    Vriu-h it witn
waiur.    All .lures or liii-pi:!.    SUito sly So
end !\y.'..    i-or 20o.  we will m.-tti you.
__,  Liinltecl 0o
"5s~"Fra5ST"AVBmre;���TtrroTitcT- Ontario���
..Tacky lu.d beon   im.arfii*..:
���inci  sclioclfeHow the imjjoi'lant .'.nd.
lly-��uleel OUTOl'SOI'.TS'-R'JNDOWti'Ot'GO'J'VIleBLUI*
SUrrtR (fom K1UMKY, EI.AODt!l,l!��,RVOV;_ D!3I��Et
SKVw='2J.\S.BB l"5,k- 1"K U031' IWSTRt-OTIVI
MRDtCAi. BOOR tVlK WR1TT11!!,! I TF.LLS ALL��tion;Ultlt
1 (��'��� tht remnly tervouaown ii'.ni��ni. Don'tu&l_�����__
filM<l^ut(l7FREE. Mo'loIlowBH-ctrciiljrt. Dr L*CuS3
id. Co, U*vmsT0Ci ko. luursi ��*_. Lundoh.Siiq,
Tlie Heart of a Piano is the
Action.   Insist on the   ��
((Otto HI-gel"-'
Piano Action :
to .1
i'lil  ip.rorniation  thai liis  Catlie
K'ot ;t now sot of fal io teeth.
Indeed, .Tacky, ropliod the. school
���feilow?-rmd-wli{ii.^i\dlUiO-jTa_NV.hh the
ol : set?
Oh, I s'poic, answered .Tacky, they
will cut 'un dow.:. ::ml mako me woar
'cm. t ��
Fo Frost Bites and Chilblains,���
Ohilljlalns oonio from undue pxi>osu*.v
to slush and cold ami frost-bile from
the icy winds of wlnlur. In the trsat-
mcnl of either Ih.erc is no bettor ii.'o-
paration than Dr. Tlioinas' IQclectric
Oil. as it-counteracts tlio Indammation
and' relieves tiho pain. The action.-of
the oil is instantanoon's and its application is oxt. .-nieh* ."Implc
��� Hang it', ono of them rcmarkea,
perspiring Croely.' This is-almost loo
much of a good. Uiu)-_v. Let's have
the window town?
0Thcy were thoroughly' wanned and
refreshed by the time thoy arrived.al
tho house, .whoro tlicy were met by
a�� apologetic t '-Av, .who expressed
regret Uiat the.omnibus had boon sent
off without foot-warmers!
'U. then turned out that tho objects
on which they had'- been so cosily
rosling their foot rore two sun cases.
Their own imagination had wanned
their foot.
The Reporter Went Through it
" You may abuse newspaper mon all
you please, said ,*. big burl., chap in
thc saloon bar, b.i 1 want to tell you
that, I have a. weakness' for reporters.     A reporter once saved niy lire.
TJow? .,      .      ' - '
���AHolL-'ihi'ff. vfeiij ny.-. I_Uioughfc 1
school in a Scottish town has como
interesting siork-s to tell.Mn tho Missionary, ltecoi-il   of  tho  United' Free;- ,
church,  of  the'answers  which  havtAu
come from  infant  lips  to  her  Bible]
quPBlIoiiK.     'Sometiineo   one   gets   a \ ' A iauRUa' aL scars when
pertcct y natural but wholly uucxpoet-j Ul^vs thl   .g nl hinu
ed vcply.     Asked what Naaman did j ���	
after washing In tho-Jordan before he;   -7	
returnedA�� hln native land, ono mite
gavo the obvious answer: Dry hissclf.
The class \v;i. lold the story of tho little Slumaiuiio, his sunstroke", and his
restoration by the prophet, and wishing to iiicuJc;ilo gratitude tho teacher
asked what lho mother would do when
she .,'.-1 him back. P-:t a ban act on
his heid, shouted immediately a practical yoiuh.
Voting man, you call regularly to
see my daughter.
1 do. '-     . -
1 vt-Aiii io know if your intentions
are serious. >������
You lmi&l have tho wrong man, 2dr.
Wombat. l��� call 1o collect the pay-
ineiu on hei: piano.
a wo-
���' Sho--i cried,all day yesterday.
Ncighhoi���Wlr.t^iorV-.-  '
Sho���lt 'was our wedding anniversary and Henry said: U seems to mo
that something awful occurred ten
years ago today, but 1 can't, remember
what "c was.       -���   ���
A Ow/im/w Knight
Distinguished Service Order
Companion of the Range
A P/tSTE    I  TftE F FD/JLLEY <2>i.To.| NoDUST
Booli I re��,    A mmpls
Humn 'Irriiluipiil i-ciuoved
lump (rom Ibis Saily'ii rtrrbt'l
Old  sores, ulcers  and
4     ,, .    drowlh.i cured.    De*criln��
ftlve iroulile; tvn wit! nn\t! hook ar.-t laslimoni_l_,
��C' CHUBOMIl.t t.V-R.. 10NONTO
i-(>ni;un!-jl iic.'l vi.-.-.; ii'. home; maUo
from tlirco to llv-i.. dui:uii \.or tiny ili'cni'-
ntiiiir nistilf'ii tVijj:��. Ariiiniii- Ait V .,
1>I>I.   II.,   l'SiY'iinH'iini*   lll'n'l;,   \Viiinli.r.{;,
Tl)��   ftenlly  .vwfu
Mr.   Ure   (now   ..ord
fho has heon hiriiallcil ni f.uni I'ti'sl-
ilcnt of tlio Ccnu't in' Session, hns hud
one nr two .f'fii'iit.lo. in-i.-iU'c-sroi-H in
that, iii^lt olllco.     ,
Ono ul  t.h'cni   \witi l,unl   Mhkgrovo,
wlm luul unci  tu cniulcuin a Inllnr lo j I am goin.
deal li i'or munlf-rim- u Hohliur. . b-. ard !"i
Genesis of Hie Phonograph
��� As long ago as JS05 Sir \V. JI
l-'i'ecco, then direcloi1 of tho Hrltisli
1 ...dolll'co teU-srapliii, seal messages
wltho.il. wires aorflfs tho sound of
Mul; when tho submarino cable was
broken down. Sir William was also
present at tlio birth of tho phonograph
and in .1S7T he spoilt Independence
day wiih Kill sun a I, his houso in Now
York, und in (liscui'ulng the t.lephono
he l'Cinarki-d lo the (,'i-cat American lu-
vonUir: Tlun if wind you say. Is truo
it will be possible to reproduce tho
hu'mnn voice. l.illi'cn shut his eyes
find said nothing, mul lho oonvrrsaiion
cbimgeil. On tho voyagD homo Sir
William wurliid mil a phonograph iu
theory, iml, not boing n. mechanic in
ltd. it. as an id>.'U, In loss than u
niuiilh Kdison soul Sir William
Pro-.'!'.- a. pho'iogni'ilii lho lirst ihat
camo to 'KiiRlniid.
J don't heJievo I i-'im ovf-r lo.-ii-n IIioho
Latin ciinjugatiotisi, Mild I he young
Thal'U be all rljilil. replied the irai.i-
mer.   1 mn1 nt worli on a now syslem.
to Hit Vin lo ragtime num-
-.-ou *-.'n;*-. '"''in :--i Hu- clinr-
was dying -with consumption. Afy;
friends though 1, so ;oo, ]t appeared
to'be a deni. case. - Ono day a reporter busilod into my room, took out
his- pencil and notebook z.nd began
business without anv iiuucccssarv delay. * *
. Mr. Sliart, said lie, 1 understand
that you are dying wh.ii consumption.
Will you.please,give me a hislory of
your, life?
Well, gc>iu.!enun, bul.for that ropori-
fr 1 should nol now be alive. I summoned all my remaining slroiiRlh.
threw Uio roporler dowusiiiirs, slid
down tho banister, and jimi|iod on him
before ho could .;o_ up, pounded him
into u black swelling, and Ihon throw
him into the sire,I, An hour later I
hoard that-ho'was likely ii.) die from
his injuries, and *o I iook tho ilrs'i.
train to the West, going clear up into
tlio -iii'Jiiiiliiliis and roughing it, liko rt
prospector.     \.iw loo'., ut mo,
To  Make  Him' Hungry
Somebody has suggesied t.Jjnj. \>\v,
McKenna, who- has ordered that the
forcible feeding oi Suffrage-lion .hall
bo ronowed, should be told lids story,
as I't might help him In ihnllug with
these rol'i'iii'iory indlos.
.One morning, the giivornr..- or ;\ flur-
iniiii prison snid to hi'.- ehlci.' warder:
I sny, number twenr,v-llvt> !- behaving
worse thnn ever. Vu1. lilm ou broad
and water for a bit-.
Mul. ho lias rot'usr-d all Ioc'I ror Iwo
days, proU-sled the. chlel' warder,
Then, ordered the iihti'IIcsh governor, let one of the warders sit  lii'sliln'i
hlni and rend aloud io hlni    from   n
I'Oolii-j'y book!
is,the best:
-Malblas Foley, Oil City. On1:.
Joseph Know. Norway, Me.
Charles Whootcn. Jlulgravo, K.S,
Lev. lt. 0. AriVifctrong, Mulgrave, N.S.
i'ierve LaiUiCis,    sear,,    Vokomouehe.
Thomas  Wesson, ShcQ'idd, N.U.
She was mi excellent, tenuis player
and could paddle a, canoe most: grac-
fully, but tlilh was lit'.' i!:'.-t. lUtemJunco
at a horse sho*,\'.
Arc you a good judge ol' liorsetK'Sh.
hundred one of. her fuiends.   ,*
Oh, I should sny not, 1 '-".ovor lasted any, she sah.-.
Alklnt, Sr'.id lhe Sfi-gcii;:. angrily,
whv havi-n't you shaved this morning'-.'
Ain't I shaved'.' asked AtN'ins, iu apparent surprise,
No, you've nol, '��� tsistcd lhe sei-geani
und ( waul to kuow why.
Well, you sre, sergeant, replied the
soldier, ihore was a d-nou ot us using
the fa mo mirror, am". I mr.M'. have
shaved some other unin.
Daily Market Letter and Sam.ple Grain Bags."
Bend us your namo and address and wo will
put you on our mailing- list���It's froe.   Let ua
keep you posted on market ijirlccs for grain.
Personal attention given to selling-- and grading: of all
Our Car Tracing; nnd  Cla.lm  Dapartmonts  work In   c
-clients' interests.  "We have every facility for prompt service'and
we get best-rftstilts .for shippers.
'   ���    Send'to-day ::'for' a supply of (sample bags and deal with *
���firm -whoso business:, has been built nr* by satisfied customer*
Paid-up Capital,.$150,000
'9 .
Your Oven Gains
Lady- -
I lave
- -Ves
-NeVi. i
'Ave ���
( ������-
you sinyt'iiliiK "u> cat?
I have some v'uy foot
mind U'llinji; nm youv
���nie Humi-lhljiu tn oaf.
Not only did you munli'i- lilm
lordship remarked  lu Sfiin'iu'lii!.  iho
hisj "*;cs
of popiiliip unit's,
I'liljirll, hut you did, thi-usi, nr push,
or plei'i-i', or 'ii-uj.-ct, or pro|u-l the
J,-thai weapon tlirdii-.li lib--. roRlineiii/il
bieei-liofi, which -i.-i-rc the prnperiy of
Mi-- i-nVi'i'olKil.
Wlmt   nml.is   llllill.ri   fn' Jenlnil
Ills   lll'l'l iiei*'.' ' -
Well, lie !-u. .; *rviu." who !-���
-.iii-.bai;, und irlm sh'o ut thai.
r'uiijiivHr1, while he uni'i.    ivt
;linit niv mlloK in U"i 7'alli'ii mn, nf his
cm* oh tin* rnud to anywhere.
Tlio���iKii('oii  for i'oM.; :������    at    baud
nnd iiiilesrt llie niiillier Keeps u conl In-
Ual v.'.ili'h nvo' hi'i'Ulllr oniM p.cilil v.'lll
solan Ihem aiid oi'li'ii ri.nro Herluiis iv-1 ,l!;i, umoim  water
culls   follow.   An iiieiihin.-ml  doso  ofj   "j���  tills "coimtiv
only a   Ilaby's Oii'n T.ibloU will prevent eOlils,
mil' i.i1 or if they do crmif- nu i-uddi-uly the
iiuii-a Tablets will clear llie   stomach    and
'bowels and In-naiilly ii-l!nVi* lho baby
from cold.   The 'r.bb'ts iM'e sold by
medii.-lrie (li'iilrr.) or   by   mall   id   .''*>
In-. Wi!'.!aU'..i'
. Onl.
Pnin;-! Mal<e You Brainy
A  I'i-. iu-li brie|f.|.,ii|ni'd'-,l  h.-i',' i-eci>ni-
\y discovered that' ue,it iihstaliu'i'ii ai-u
more I In bio lo iippondU'ltlH than jit.o-
plo who are ii.iciisiomeil In wlni-dilnk-
liitf.     In t'..o i nurse of hi*, iibsnrvatloni slares bacl. lit nu1
hn dlHcnvei-i'il that the i. ti ui 1>< t ot wlno' "it and ll0iV
(Irliil.i-i-H wlm wi'i-e nuiTi'i-liij^ fi'iiin an-
pendlcitlH  wuh  niie  ln  two   hundred,
while mn,. III Inn was the hbij pereeui.
ill'lll!'. I'K.
How Sh; Knew
1 do liiiiil.   ou'lulmod Miv. Tolled-
{ndluminlly. ihai .-.Irs. Gadabout is (he
nniKt MKKi'aviHiiiJ.'.ly liuiulslllvo woman.
if I musi sny mi, I i'V.i* knev..   Why, I
���.lever ru.-.-i 1" <" ��n "'c stnu't but what
die invariably turns   hei'   bond    and
hop what l'vo (v't
k!iw from behind.
How- -or -������Cat Is, I wan wondnriiKt',
i my dear, how you found mil. that tin
! menu lli!u.'{ loidieil ' a id;.     Koine one
Mr.    'J'oll.er    jium-
by Our Oven Test
>oeonic^' a
of   moi'o
ain-e ium ureal ly
not v.-lii -, but .mi;,
n fn en l   medical
manual.<dc, and,
li'i'Misi d, nml ii j.--
nr ilml li In Id in In-
.Id.     t'linciiliitii and
lll-'l-ill,    UlliHt,    HWI'1,'1
tell ynu'.' 'Inquire
tcnipru--! ceiilly.
and 'Old NleU' ure duflveil I ���"���'Mf a  hn\  irmii Tie
fiom the name of a Sciiiiillmni.iii do-! Medicine fy., u,-,-,.!.:���,Ill
mon,  y.\\\V, wlm, ilf-t-'tii*(|liift In nti nld |  -"	
lei.'.e.ul. In Huppi'srd in liaiint the nilin-H
lu which Hie metal iilel.nl li found nnd
ll iv.-iH Ion.,' hollo veil tlint be rAvo the
Imrdnt^i' to th"   ict.iV
ililiiftrf, ine found In iimiIm lu nnililii.,
iiii'ii Imaliliy .-.ml sitrmijt; Ai'icr
,st*...-. I.i nii.it'.i i'.-,il' I'l-'ir.-",-., i*.ii* In
.dlint'i.'', Ill a lli- au i.Ni-elli'll' bl'.llll fninl,
and aid) fml Un- ,n i Vt.'.-!, wlili.. 'to-
maiiiw an- ;il:iini;l a.-. ;;.i'.d,
Cave the G.wnc Aw ,y
bu hard tlnn-H, nlr. nli.^ei-
2c  a bo< cr oi* box-.s tar j..a��,
ii flr-ninr��, or Tne Oo'M". M"di
C.irr,-ny.  Lirrltrd,    Toronto,
at ���"'
London's Flral Ston*. Brlclflu
London imly fviiliicd IW true podilon
nml liiipoifaiieo v.licn tlm liivi lirldRc
rcpjiifod the ferry iicrm-.i*. i'ao. TUaini-rf.i
���j",    Oi.-�� .-inn,, ii|.|,|ir(i i|M>re hcoiiiH t.H
1 liave lioi'ii  lion in In 1\",A\   tuoro nad,
I i,ri'MOiini>   Ij--1 u ii   ��viii'..-.i   .in.i ,
. It in ti.iid (ii.it Wl!.;. .Ini.a, pb'iii'.eir
'".'Jill *'��'��� i>iId:,.,��- Umi ln> c.-iw in'
' Kriince, bi-niiuhl ��vi r li Klillled Fri-nch;
! worliiiiiui, ami hcilicidid to raine tln'j
" um ' .--ii-v   vi,\i--iiiii'  fin',i   the   t'i ut   <''',
I liuu-i'.-. I'liiit Ul'i'll llu* in'iil:-!'. in, ;n i a    .11   >�� A   !,  .
1 ni \<viv ���iiiii-nw, liuiiiellnii'H onunlnK no-, i'n ro ai'i- I'veiuy-llvi- p
I eld.'in.   tn IioiiIh inn-sins b"i filth nnd'     ("ii'ii'-hni =1   e-.i-iiiiiiiid
ix-fii^Ioniilly   win.i'  ldoi'i*.;  id'  lmutieH, mw in;;  pale,   1   hiivv
1 I'alll'.i/,   lluii  tl.'i,"|"'l.,r,     Hnllll     inpldei "'I'nhfJ   Iir'.;'. *
' uvtr   inln   .I'ii   Uri'iiin-      Tlii'i-n   wore; -���	
i twenty ai-i-h"., mn) fnimii!!: a  draw-
I a. in. -.      ',;.. .,   i.'.u.''.'   i   -A    " dn\o
In-liU,- ib sliMbl-  -uoi uali th.* I'iiHiiu:-.'
.,,'   ;., .,   ��� ���!   '. ���' '������I'-'   I'''!   i'n'   p.nt <���:   nf
!>;' liiii.t iiii   . n-. ::.; .
In- Clint* tn |i;iy his rent,
I'M    111,
Um farmiM
illiO   I 1,1   ii.. i   ..'.'< i.t   i
',,,'      .       *..V,l-|       '.I'.IH     Hl'l
t'vi'iuy I owe you.      Hen
could H'.'ni))'" tn|',('-lli..r.
I'm ��"nii) in ,'it-..r ii.ii!: .;
Ini'd as In- tod. ilii- hi'i^,' ,.iui
rniiteiilrt nut o)T{liie tn'nlr,
Ami Mirf. Td1!ai' slralslilav.iy 'tun.-'
cd the . ireiini    cd'    her    Indlnualinn.,
MJOllilliK  hn!,   frc.ii   .Mrn.  fJllilabour   Inj
her 'liiiilnnaitii:; rt'.vtcli nf n luifiliiiiifl, \
i art a-'.'.e fondly i'l'.n.'d lilm. and nflfi'i
1 Om Jh>l  |iyrntcchiilc otitbui'.-.l. rel'iiyed i
! in speal. In the furl minii> mnn fur llm|
��� I'o.-.i. nf ilie Oit'ii.n;;. ,
1 The '.rl'who H o|;r Hlni'niif mil of
a carrla.'ie uhidnw Ik often lonlilnA' (it
tlie mini opi'nuUc al tlio name time,
mid the man I* apt t" foi'i^l that he
I.s j-elleil'd thi'i.-iwli the window p:ine.
��� nf llw
Is all  I
���i! '',,t< liiinl-
pniii'i'il ilu-
Hut I nay,
tu iu.>  ii.." , ��������� ���
.,/.-.    A-   '.    '.*l-i*-
1 i.;im-,v, nald 11
\va-*< a   '.'"1 oi.c-.
! to it.
Vour   "ovon
ccTlain   producer
broad  uud  hotter
Wo can promise that.
For from oach .shipment
of whoat delivered at our mHls
wo tako a ten pound sample.
Wo grind it into flour. We
bake the flour'into broad.
If tlu'ri bread iri high in    .
Miiality and largo in quantity,
wo mc tlio shipment. - Other,
wine we sell il.
There is  no' guess-work -
aluml  our  promise of more
broad and better bread from
4 JJPJLL' l,0*l,,-!-g this name.
I ���
'���iVAjr^Jrcatl and Better Bread" and
���/   "Better Pastry Too"
��� 4
*��� *>
Wn  ID..V
Hirl.    ll.
���nl   Pa;*)..
Can ulways nuiUa uur* if c-ullliifi- thn liloliont    pi-Ices    for    WHEAT,    OATS,
nAHLEY and FLAX, by alilppliKl their,car   lotf to    FORT   WIULIAM    ANO
���nor AiTwun and hnvlnrt tltun uolil on connnlMfllon l>'
i \ i'ii
l.f'l-.'.'        |
I.M 'lli'l*. i
>   "I    tlli"
i'.i l?-, l::.
��� Ild'.v   iiiil  j.,u  ,;'���
i Imi-lc v<i null \\t .'
lli*   -Tii,   j'i'iii' iii:,.; .-.,
ii    III   II    | .IV. t!h!l'l|l,   lill, I i
��-. l'll!.'III'|.<t   ]1    ;i:i    m,|,i ',
i  y "ii- iii ii a I
Hi i i
i  ,it
-.-.i\. i h
niilm i.
>.   In   - ���
ii'i , t,"l'.-
N'��   1 i;v
-:. -i .ler lit i'ii ���>'.
. ;'  Itiilliiua.  lu
��� n.i li- bi"' \ i'<
���i it   f. .jI
- ;,   r.'1'.r, I-.'*1" i
Ii.,n- onl;
���ie my tni'ii t-iiines.
iu ii . r. the li
.! n.iiiile.r fur
ii'i)|ipi''.|   one
J'.n.'iti ��-otin-
- h]    'tn    I'*-..-
lift' i-!l   I.'.!���'.-
Try Murine  Eye Remedy j
Tf yi>'.1 liiivc Kni, \Vt-:.\. Wnt.-ry V.ix-Y
cr C.:..n*jl t��.��fl K;.-*V*I--.   !>'���^-���!,', S:-.-.-.v!
���}*..   to
V/   N. U. ��/*
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hi! _., mm Mp-ttA *td������betv������JHii TOui^wUm ,  ������������������fr'k.'ii-z ir*t^.'*<m^K ,j������w  ^..^���������^t^-f^-^yj^^ii^^^s^^y.  '���������  lim! NEWS.- 'CTTSttmHTJAND, B.c  (  ty f  ,i  k  ii -1  i  ������  IS"'  iv   fa  V- 4  )-l  i  11 .'���������  ���������A  JS  "'      I  WHY TO VISIT  The Tarahumare of Mexico Has !  a Style All His Own.  [J       NEVER STARTLES HIS  HOST.  He Is Too Politely Deliberate For Thai  and' lhe .Compliment Is Faithfully  Returned���������Ceremonies In the House  Haven Rather'Abrupt Ending.  Lor a barbarian tho Tarahumaro 19  i very polite personage. In his language  he' evon has a word "rcke," which  13 tlio equivalent of tho English  ���������"please"' and which ho uses constantly. When speaking to a stnmgor ox  leaving a person, ho draws attention  to his action liy .saying, "I am going."  As ho grows- civilized, however, he  loses hl_ yood manners.  In spite of this he is nol hospitable;  fho guest gets food, but there is no  room fcjr lilm in the houso of a Tarn-1  hu mn ro. A visitor never thinks of entering a houso without first gh'ing tho  family ample tlnio to get ready to receive him. When ho approaches a  friend's homo good manners' require  him to stop sometimes as far as twenty or thirty yards off.' If ho is on  'more'intimate terms with tho family.  ho may como nearer, and make his  presence known by (.'Aligning; then ho  Bits down, selecting somo little knoll  ' from which lie can be readily seen.  l' in order not to embarrass liis friends  lie docs not even look at tlio liouse.  but remains sitting there gazing Iuto  vacancy, his hack or side turned  toward the homestead, Should tho  host bo absent tho visitor may thus  sit for a couplo of hours; then ho will  rise and go slowly away again. Hut  'under no circumstances will ho enter  tho'-liouie, unless fonnaiiy Invited, "because." he says, "only tlio dogs enter,  Inusos uninvited." -_.-  j Never will tho"- woman of tho .house  commit such a gross breachv of etiquette as to go out and infornrhim of  Kiel*  husband's absence,  to  save tho  ,caller the troublo of waiting, uor will  the? if alono at homo, make any stato-  ments as to liU'.xyhorchbouts. -  Tho 'Tarnhunia're never docs anything without duo deliberation; there-,  foro he may for a quarter of au hour  -.discuss witli his wifo .the possible pur-  liorl of the visit before he goes out to  *oe (he man. They peep"through the  '������������������racks in tho wall at him, and if they  !happen lo bc eating or doing anything  ��������� 'tlicy may keep the visitor waiting for  aIl:iI_L.'IilIhiiip. -  ____^  V  I  1  K  I  l  I  {ii  A    1  I  1"/  t  w  7 Finally tho host shakes out the blanket ou' which ho bas been silling,  throws it around himself, and? casting  '������" rapid glance to the right and left aa  he goes through the doory'gocs to take  ii seat, a few yards "distant from tho  culler. After sumo meditation on  'fitlior side tho conversation, as In moro  'x-ivilized society, opens with .remarks  about tho weather and tho prospects  for rain. ���������    ���������  W'hoii this subject is exhausted and  the host's curiosity as to whoro tho  man camo from, what ho is doing and  where he i? going is satisfied, tho former "may go back to tho lionso'and  fetch somo moat nnd ninolo for the  traveler. Tho object of the, visit not  Infrequently ia au1 invitation lo tako  part In somo gaiuo or foot raco, and as  . [tho men are suro to remain undls-  'turbod thoy gonornlly roach some un-  , derstnndlng.  A friend of tho family is, of course,  'finally Invited to enter tho bouse, and  'the customary salutation !s'"Assagai"  '("Sit down.") In this connection it may  bo note (hat tlio Tarn liu ma res In conversation look sldowlse, or ovon turn  ;(he!r backs toward tho person they  'uponl: to, ���������      ���������   .  After having eaten, lho guest will  carefully return every vessel In wlilcli  ' (lie food was given to blm, and when ho  rises ho bunds back tho skin on which  .lio was pen led. Should occasion re-  jqulro tho lior.t will say; "It Is getting  [into and yon cannot return to yoiir  'bomo tonight. Where two you going to  ���������sloop? There Is a good cavo orcr yon-  iler."  Willi llihi bo may Indlcato whore lho  visitor mny remain overnight. Ho will  ;������!so toll lilm where bo mny (hid wood  'for the lire, and ho will bring lilm food,  but not tuilosa tho weather Is very  ^tempestuous will lie Invito an outsider  io sloop In tlie lioiiKo.-I''ri)in Car) Linn-  lialtu's "Unknown Mexico."  HAD "A PERFECT ALIBI.     [VERDICT OF" THE  AUDIENCE.1    ANGRY WATERS STILLED,  Antl Plenty of Witnesses Stood Read>  to Testify to !t.  . A lawyer iu Portland, Ore., was assigned to.defend a Chinaman accused  of murder. Uo bad a talk with the  ofiicial interpreter, "wbo in turn hau  talked will) tho man in jail, and that  earnest person assured tho lawyer that  the prisoner was innocent; that-at the  (imo of tho crimo ho bad been miles  away in a railroad camp. Later tlioy  weut to the jail to.have a talk -\yitli  'tho prisoner.  Tlio official interpreter held a long  conversation, tho lawyer giving hln.  tho questions. It seemed all straight  and regular? Tho interpreter insisted  that tho prisoner had a perfect alibi.,  lt was some weeks boforo the case  was called, and shortly beforo that  time tho lawyor wanted another talk  with tbo accused man, Tho ofiicial interpreter had disappeared, and so be  secured for his,interpreter this llmo n  Chinaman wbo bad been his cook and  who talked fairly good English, They  went to tho jail.  "Toll him,"-he Instructed the interpreter, "that l.waut him to.relate to  mo again tbo exact circumstances, all  he knows about lbi3, tbo wholo truth  and particularly where ho was that  night."  Tho two Chinese jabbered togelhec  , for fifteen minutes. Then the interpreter turned and said, "He-say aftci  he shoot lho man he Inn down Mollison  stlect an' thlow pistol in McGuir'o's  fish yard." '  "Hold on!" yelled tbo lawyer. "That  can't bo true. Ask bim again. According to lho other story bo was miles  away and didn't shoot the man at all.'*  Thore was another long conversation  between"tbo interpreter and (he prisoner.. Then the Interpreter said: "Oh,  les; ho shoot the man. Ho say he shoot  hini an' Inn down.'Moilison stlect an'  thlow pistol into McGuire's fish yard.'1  "Rut," Insisted tbo lawyer? "I wan  told he was not In thc city at all lhat  night, but miles away in a railroad  camp."     ���������   ,  Tho interpreter smiled blandly. "Ob;  tos," he assented cheerfully, "he have  plenty witnesses to plovo tliat."���������Saturday Evening Post.  Ordeal Which Budding Actors In Nor- [  mandy Must Face. j  ll Is not without fear that an ac-lot I  makes his debut in tho capital of Nor- j  tuandy. A debut in -tho French prov- ���������  inces is by no moans an easy ordeal If':  pass through. An actor has a right tl '  choose threo different parts, says Mine, j  Ilhca, which must he played inside of a'  month. ,   j  Tbe first and second' debuts havo no  significance; be may bo received coldly,  critically or enthuslastlcally-it has no  meaning; the third ono decide,, his  fate. That night after the,play the  'manager, very solemn in his dress suit,  appears beforo tbo audience and says":  "Monsieur ,or Mile. So-and-so has mado  bis or her debut The management  wishes lo know tho verdict of tiie pub- j  lie"    ��������� j  Then lio produces a ��������� placard on  wliich is printed in large letters the  word "Accepted." If the actor pleases  ���������the audience applauds; if not, it hisses  until tho manager produces another  placard Avith the word "Refused.":  Then (ho applause starts again, without regard for the feelings of the poor,  broken hearted girl or boy who has  been waiting ln the wings for the ver-~  dict"of that inhuman'jury called (lie  public���������Argonaut. ]  When They Roach tho Wonderful "Oil  Spot" Off Sabine Pass.  A. freak of nature never fully "described is the wonderful "oil spot," situated about ten miles'south of Sabine,  pass. i,nto wliich flows tho' Sabine river  lo tho gulf of Mexico, 'The river forms  tho boundary between tlio states nt  Louisiana and Testis. Tlio "oil spot"  extends two miles aloug shore and seaward about: three-quarters of a tulle. A  >-to'rin from the northeast, by way ul  oust to soul beast, 1ms a rate of from  800 lo TOO miles acr.os.3 fho gulf of  Mexico into this mystic haven.  During a gale this spot is wonderfully defined. Looking seaward the  scene is grand. An acre of towering  foam marks tbo abrupt dissolution o������  (bo lashing seas us tbey Uniinkr to-  .ward the shore. Tills occurs ih about  threo fathoms, or eighteen feet of  water, from which (ho stcrin driven  craft, croaking nud straining tn every  timber, emerges aud suddenly 'fir.dj  herself reposing liko a child rocked tn  its mother's arms, hemmed lu by a wall  of -wrath, where the weary mariner  caii bc lulled to res-t-by the roar of tha  winds. Tho place? is termed the "oil  spot" not from any known analysis of  its nature, but simply from Its conditions-it has no troubled wiitdr.���������I'hlla-  detpbia Inquirer.  LEAP  OF  A  KANGAROO.  WIT ;0F A  MORO  UMPIRE. .  He Had Learned Our Language Fast  and Knew How to Use It.  Captain John E. Morris of (he Sixth:  infantry was at ono time, some years  ago? stationed with bis company in.  some inaccessible Moro town. Morris  thought that if tbo. Moros of his district could become interested in some  ^^HiH^s"lMt"^ntsia^f"lie^"lIuutiIi_r  (he United States insurance companies'1  mortality tables could readily bo read.-  justed so far as soldiers woro concern-;  od, so bo encouraged bis men "to .teach  tbe Moros baseball, When a man is  , playing baseball be is not chopping oft  beads, and Captnin-Morris.appreciated  this fact.       ...      ". ���������  Two baseball teams were organized,  a Moro team and a leam'froni Morris-  company, and ono day the first gamo of  lho scries was to bo pulled off. The  Question of the umpire was the great  ouo of the moment., and after much  discussion a native Moro was selected  lo pass upon the flno points of the  game.  In Filipino "umplro" Is properly ex-.  pressed as ;'mnklfuhi," aud when Captain Morris arrived ou llic'sccno of the  proposed ball gamo tbo Moro wbo wag'  to bo umplro approached lilm. .  "Maklfula, nio," remarked tbo Moro.  Captain Morris looked at iho native  umplro -without' In tho "Slightest understanding wbnt bo was driving nt "I'm  glad you aro a 'mnkifula,'" lie remarked, "but ploaso Inform mo what lho  word menus.",  "Means mnlilfula of Americans," replied tho Moro, "Mc learn American  languago fast."���������Sau Francisco Chronicle.  Never Over Four Feet High, but May  . Bo Thirty Feet Broad.    .. <,       i  Precisely how far a   big kangaroo j  can jump is a matter of some dispute. '  A   writer  in  Casscll's   Natural   History .says' that they' cau leap "ovor ton,  fifteen or more feet," Mr. IT. R. Francis  tells us (hut ho has "known an 'old  man' to cover nineteen  feet at each  bound for full half a  mile," and he.  believes that bo docs leap "ao average  of full twenty feet" ���������-. i-  Mr. Lydekkcr Is of opinion that lho '  great kangaroo leiips "uot���������far short of  thirty feet," and Mr. Thomas -Ward  gives it as "nl least thirty feet," Prob-''  nbly .Mr. Rudyard Kipling's "twenty-  five feet to a bound" is near enough  as a. gen era I rule. . ���������      j  P������ut witli tbis more thau Olympic \  leaping power they seem ' commonly'  either unable or unwilling tp rise any  height from the, ground. Their specialty is ��������� broad jumping only. Mr.  Ward says that thoy "cannot clear an  obstacle greater than four fuel," and a  fiyc foot fence, -is commonly high  enough for any kangaroo paddock.���������  London Times.  MEND, YOUR BROKEN CHINA.  Use a  Cement Made With  Plaster of  Paris and Gum Arabic.  I had such a pretty Dresden china  .comb and brush tray for my dressing  table  which   was   broken  into, threo  pieces'just tbe other clay by some one j  dropping a heavy pair of curling irens.  on-it,   I was almost heart broken bo- '  causo it was part of a set, and I was  afraid I could not replace it, and even  if I could I did not fee! that I could  a fiord to do so. ��������� i  Ono of my friend-- (old mo she.bad  been successful in mending'several  pieces of old china whicu were treasured heirlooms with plaster or purls  and gum arabic. Make a thick sola,  lion of gum arabic aud water and into  it-put the plaster until tbo mixture be-  comes a paste. This is applied to the  edges of t.1*!-china,'which aro pressed ,  firmly together.. "I  1 tried it oh my (ray, and it worked  like magic." The solutic is white, so  lhat it does not show luce glue, and,  best of all, it makes such a strong Joint  (hat they tell mo that tha article novet  breaks again the same place.���������Philadelphia Ledger. ���������  FREAKS OF NATURE.  An Uphill Waterfsj! and a Tree That  Squirms Like a Snake.  Nat nro In t no1 tropics, left to herself,  writes John Rut-roughs,,tho naturalist,  is harsh, aggressive, savage; looks as  though she wanted io hang you with  her dangling ropes or impale you on  her thorns or engulf you in the ranks  of hei* gigantic ferns.  Her  mood 3s  never as placid and ;  sane as In tho north.   Thero is a tree j  in tho Hawaiian woods that suggests i  ,n tree gone mad.   It is called tho hair;  tree.    It lies down, squirms arid wrlg: '  gles all over lho ground liko a wounded snake,    tt gets up and then takes  lo earth agaiu.- Now it wants to he a  vino: now it wants to bo a tree,    lt  throws  somersaults;  it;   makes   it-.elf  Into loops and Tings; it rolls; It reaches;  it doubles upon itself.    Altogether'it  is tho craziest vegetable growth I ever  saw.  It was near Pali that I saw what  1 had never seen or heard of before���������'  n waterfall reversed, going up Instead  of down, It suggested Stockton's story  of negative gravity.  A small brook comes down off tbe  mountain and attempts to mako tbe  leap down a high precipice, but tho  wind catches it and carries It straight  up In tho air liko smoko. It is translated. It becomes a mere wraith hovering about tbe beetling crag.  . Night and day this goes on, tho'  wind snatching from the mountains in  this summery way tljo water it bas  brought luem.-Ceutury Magazine.  =v  Memory In Old Age.?  Ways of tho memory In later life ex-  _A HAlnA,l_l K������_rr.n%n.<n_af  ... .T..n.*., *��������� _ ������������������,*_/**������*-  -ciCiat-u���������iuC- tututjua^i-Ji ;���������uuvi ull- Oi-\si.-  ford when he reached It, but be found  consolation. "At (ifty-fivo you .fail to  remember things-words, pictures, persons-after sis months or a year's in"-  terval. Vet the circle of objects which  you recognize is ever becoming wider,  and "this power of recognition is a  great gift if cultivated. Thero, Is (ho  greatest value iu 'forgotten /knowledge.' Iustead of (ho' stores of memory oppressing you,- with a littlo trou- >  bio yon can recall"aii thut, Is useful or j  necessary." And to Lady Womyss, re-.i  covering from illness, he wrote: "Llko '  you, I read a book through and do not  remember a word of It. I think, how-  over, that the reading of Ibe book has  au effect, and if I read it agnlu I understand It boiler, r bollevo that as  we lose our powers of memory we may  increase 'tho power of remlnlsecneo-  tbat,is, of recalling wbat wo want In  small quantities for.a short time."  .    w and the Owl.  tllUU.3lI.Jj  THE BASEBALL MASK.  ������t Was First Used In a Yale-Harvard  Game In 1876.  Frederick Wlnlhrop Thayer of Co-  basset, Harvard 78, captain of tho  famous varsity nines of ISTd. 1S77  aud 1S7S, was tha inventor of tlio  catcher's mask. The days when Thayer  entered Harvard baseball differed  somewhat from the present. A pitcher  bad to throw underhanded, and end  bis throw with arm stretched out.  Their that changed, and as a consequence tbo ball was thrown much  moro swiftly." Dr. Harold 0. Ernst, a  professor in tho Medical scliool, was  pitcher on the varsity nine, and .lames  ,A. Tyng was catcher.    Thoy mado a  wonderful battery. ,.   ,  . Thayer noticed that the more freedom given tho pitcher the greater became the risk of the catcher. One day  he let a few into the secret. He ..was  going lo make a mask. A few days-  beforo tbo Yale game of 1S7(i ho came  on the field with It. Save for thi fact-'  It was mado moro heavily, it was much  =siniUsr=fo=tbo���������masks=in='!S'*=*ofi" ^ ���������  ROMANCE OF ANTICOSTI  IjATK hknki mknirr rijmw is.  LAND L1KK A HIJHL  J-'iciich Chocolate Magnate Hough-*.  Teii-ifory lu Gulf 'of St.* Lawrence and Fell Foul of (Quebec  (���������'ovorninejit by Ejecting I'lsher-,  men���������He Had a Wonderful IV '  iico In iho Wilderness.  When  Henri  Menler,  tho  Frencn/  riiocolatc king, died In Paris in Sep-' ,  It'i-iber, there passed away a man who.  was more of nu absolute sovereign'  oV'T a large territory than eighteen;  or twonty of tho rulers of Europe. Yot-  ho was nover crowned as king nor  elocled us chief executive.   Ibj Kim-'  ply owned outright in tho Utilt of St.;  Lawrence the beautiful island of An-,  tlcostl, HO miles long and 27.miles'  wide.  The area ot Anticosti is :.,7$0  square miles. Monior bought It outright in 1896 from tbe Islr-nd of Anti-!  cosll Co., Ltd,, of London, a bankrupt!  concern, '.rhe company liad paid ti|  round million for it and bad planned|  all sorts of money making things;  that never cume to p&ss.' Men ioi* pai-:s-'v  eft over his $ 160,000 and for- it secured tho title to thc entire island,  carrying with, It the right to do there  whatever he pleased and how and  when he pleased.  Mentor planned improvements oira  stupendous scale. First, it waa to be '  a mammoth game preserve. Tbe island' wilderness swarmed with red  deer, caribou, brown bear, and red  fox. He would mako It the runtor's  paradise. His Parisian friends-hailed  his decision with delight. -But later,  his enthusiasm waned somewhat, for  bc found that while a visit to Anticosti was declared to bo just the right  thing on tho boulevards, when , It  carao to taking tho trip most of his  companions balked nt the eleventh  hour.  The industrial' possibilities then  seemed to dawn upon Menler. -The  adjacent waters wore full of cod, ber-  ring?mackerel, sea trout, and salmon.  &  ������'  Knew Whern She W������nt.  An attorney wis croiss iisumliilng a  * Uncus.  "Y.'ui say j'oit left P.oiiton on th<*  'JCtliV" qunvlfd thi������ lawyer.  ���������'Yen. die," roplled tho wlltics*.  "And returned on ihoSSlli?"  "Viw. filr."  "Wlmt ircro you dnlna In tho lt>  tcrltnr'  "I novor was In fiticli a placo." slio  replied fmlisimntly. Willi heightened  en'nr.-Huston Ht.'iilrt.  What She Did.  , Mrs. V.so- Wlillo I wnn Rolng down  fown on tbo ������*at (lils morning tbo r������n������  ilm-tor cniuu nluug and looked ul mo no  It I imd nrt paid my fare. Mr. Kio-  Wi'H. u h.ir Old you do'/ Mrsi. lixe-l  looked nt Htm as tf I bad-Hostou  Transcript-  Counting a Herrlno Catch,  tfuo fact that the record eatcli of  1 herrings was .'J20 erons, Is proof post-  llvo (hat (hey woro captured on tlio  east coast of Scotland.   On tho west of  j Scotlnnd   herrings  aro  counted,  not  ! measured. A "mabo" of herrings Is  llvo long hundreds, nnd n long bun*  flrctl la 123.   At Yarmouth nnd (Irluis-  ' oy (hoy uru cotuitod by tlio "warp,"  ivlileli Is four, and tblrty-tlircoof tlioso  aiiilco n long hundred; Ten hundreds  mnko n "thousand" and ton "thou-  ' mud" n "lost." Therefore, whon la ft  liniuli-cd not a liundred?~Loudou  .tunihu'd.  Pleas For Patriotism,  "You should bo patriotic nud contrlb-.  uio your valuiihlo Korvli-os to your  country without thought of pecuniary  reward."  "I will," replied tlio oflh-lal, "Just un  Kooii as n whole lot of pnoplo get patriotic enough to ipilt sending their  bills to tno."���������WiiHlilncton Star,  Mutual Concecsiom.  HIMIn-Mivi 'tritl Mi������ ?������������|Pf������  "..(.in  f'^ lilt nrt  ' '   'nr. ��������� ���������' ' ���������     '      "  v  thn bp������.'t nt term"*.'  ��������� "Yc.i. They mntce mutual concfl?-  Eton... no ������tnndn on tlio cornor nnd  ihoilts 'Voles for women,' whilo nho  clieern overy llmo the homo ton in  scores a nin."���������Waslilnston Star.  Did the Romans Stnol<e7  "Why Is it that smoking never "crept  Into Itonian literature'." I liavo asked.  To which a correspondent answers that  it has crept. It. is mentioned by IMlny  (N. 1.1. xsvl, C-101, Ho records? tlie use  of coltsfoot for emokiug and recommends smoking the dried rool9r"������nd  leaves of UiIh plant as a rcmcdy'fof ob-  6tlnnto colds and coughs. _-'rqin' this  tho botanical namo of lho-coltsfoot  (tussllagoi, which means "cough caaor,"  has been derived, Hi-ltlsli boys who  liavo neither coughs nor colds still  smoko coltsfoot surreptitiously mid find  that tt makes thom satisfactorily sick.  -London h-'poctntor. .   '������������������ ���������  Gad Calculation.  John, who wna going to' bod on*  night nud having no' light, was groping hlfi way (tho lied being ono of the  old fashioned;'kind, with high bod  postal. John, In feeling for tho bed  post, misled II wllh his hand anil  i������lrup|{.lt"wltli bis noso,  "Af-l'i!" ho yelled. "Thai Is tho first  ,11.11)0 I know my noso wns longer than  i tiiy aim."���������Nation:!! Monthly,  Ioso tbo "happy family" knack as lh������y  grow older. A friend of mine bad on������  that he wrongly kept tied to. a stake  by a cord. It was of that "tig * of  lho north woods'* species, tho groat  horned owl, and, while apparently quiet,  not to say sleepy, in tho daytime,  blinking with (hose great yellow o. is  in tho manner that has iiiada tho country people believe tlicy aro sightless lu  bright light, be bad a surprising way  of "coming to life" whenever thpra  was any particular reason for doing so,  My "friend had a favorite kitten that  usually gave tbo owl a wide berth, but  ono day it strav'ed within.the danger  zone. Tbo result was that the apparently somnolent mass of brown  feathers'suddenly galvanized itsolf, a  powerful claw shol out, a piteous mew  was heard and thcK-IInls Tells do-  mcstlcn I���������Outing.  Thayer attached it to'.llm-Tyng's  head, and from that moment the mask  entered baseball. ������At first,tho players,  ; other'than those in tho varsity., and  tho spectators were Inclined to ridicule  it, and it caused no end of comment  when it was'worn by Tyug at the Yale  gamo that year. Harvard won?' and  two years later team after team adopted tbe mask.-Uoston Herald.  Britain and Conscription. ,  Although fow people are awaro of the  fact, conscription has been part of tho  P.i'ilUb constitution for 700 or SOI)  years, Tho mllltla law states tlitil every KuglinhmiMi between the ngos ot  eighteen nud thirty is liable to bo  called upon for military service and  Hint each county must furnish a urn*  llngent In proportion to Its population,  At tho time of lho Napoleonic wars tnj.-j  law was actually applied,' but since  then It bns fallen into tllsiifo, wltlioul',  however, being repealed, IJvcry year  sinco 1S2!) parliament hns solemnly  gono llirough tho form ot suspending  for ouo year (his (indent conj-crlptlvn  by bsillot.���������Pearson's Weekly.  England's Lord Chancellors.  The lord chancellor under the early  English klugs used to livo In the  palace nnd had a regular dally allowance, his wnges, ns it appeared,  from ono of tho records, being C  ehlllings, a slronel cake, two seasoned  simucls. one soxtiiry of clear wine, one  ���������soxlary of household wine, ono largo  wax candle and fyrry small pieces of  candle. In the llmo of Henry 11. the  modern treasury spirit appears (o have  begun to wall: abroad, for In tho records tho allownnco of f> shillings tin-  pears as lf subjected to a reduction.  If ho d I nod away from tho palace and  was thereby forced lo provide estrus,  then indeed lie got Ills'r> shillings, Hut  If he dined nt homo ho was not allowed  moro than 8 shillings and sixpence-  London Answers,  Gueselnjj Ills Trouble.  "I rometiiuc.i f(,cl as If (lio world  had Utile use fur mo-(hnt thlnjr������ would  go on Just as well If I wero out, of It,"  "Come, cheer up, old mini. Iloforu  this tlnio tomorrow you may moot fjinn  glil who will lool: Just aiAgmid to yon  us tho other one ever dld/'-Cb^iigo  Wo-ord-lloriild.  Infallible.    -  Tho druggist was becoming wearied  by a shopkeeper, who, wllb no Intention to buy, kept nM'Ing ipicstlous, o.v.  anilnlng various articles, pricing tliein  mul dnnuiiiillng tho uinmior of their  use,   Dually sho picked up a bot lie.  "Is (tils post osturmlriator ri'lUiblcV-  she nisLieil.   "How Is II applied','"  "You liilioa inl'lespiionfiJl ovorj half  liour, ma'am," lho ilrugRist replied  ivllh moro limn nn ounce (,f Fiillsfuc-  lino, nii.] tlio tvoiimn asked no uiuro  .nosllons,���������SI, f.ouls I'ost-MI-Ttiloh.  Cossack Troubadours.  I.lko tho Spanlnrd3, tho Cossacks  liavo a class of troubadours who ni>  stead of walking from vlllngo to village ride on horseback wllb their gusly  and glvo performances of music and  6ong In front of houses. They uro  ti'c-atod with respect and rewarded  ���������generously according to their Intents  Micro aro also women troubadours  among the Cossacks, und their per.  formauces in thu pleasant siiri-ound-  ings of ii garden or lu a street scene  are Impressive.  .\  ������l  ��������� t  Worth of Newipuperr  Tin*- careful render of n few t,no<t  nr v.-.' i'lHivrn ''nn 'euro mnro !n a year  Ihnii inort fu'liol'irn do In their great  ibrarlia. ��������� r. II inborn.  Valor Is Mobility not of leg* nnd  groin, tint nf courage nnd (Iiv iuul,���������  Uunmtcu*.  Doein't Work Both Way*.  "1 told lilm ho rcr.i'inblnl Ills \r\tt,  mid tioficomcd vory much flattcnid,"  "(Juo! I told bin wlfo nho rrspuibl������u.  Mm. nnd nho won't *pcak lo mo."���������  Houston ['eit.  Dnd Form,  rirothor-What did you sny (o thai  old ihnp JiiBt nuwj Sister-1 only  thnnlicd lilm for picking up my bug.  HnuMirr-My dciu* clrl, von ir.'.rt leans  not to be so bp:i.������tly grateful, It's ti"l  done, you know, nowadays -f/.u bn.  Punch.  Quick Cure.  "How annoying! My wlfo Is nlwajM  lll.'ng.  The hard woil; fatigues her,"  "Sly wife nlso was always ill. but  now slio onjoyu tlio best nf In.-.-ilth,"  "How did you euro lici'i"  "! tc'.l I:.*.- {V.! ! -."AA A": ! ���������: "1  iv ii eh a PKiv.lt'. foe hor itri"-������i������i noA 'i.t  doclor. Rliuvi then stio Is i.ultc well.'1  -Pnrls Suurlre.  British Death Duties.  Death  duties on   property   in   llie  Ih'ltUh Isles, whether belonging to Hall ves  or  forolgner.i,  nro j>roy,.i.ssl\o,  ranging upward fiom 1 per cent on  estates of tbo valuo of between  .riOU  and ?i.\,"i00, 'j per cunt between S'J.fiiiO  nnd $.">.0un. II per cent between S.'lino  1 .md $'J.\(!00 nnd I." per cent on cstiilo-.  , v, $.",000,000 .-md over.  Thoro arc nl*u legney and su'.-mssIiii)  duties, varying lu percent'!go.  One Vv'fcy,  Wllilft-Pow, how <'.nn you mennuro  lho Ullrht of limp? Paw  llorrow $:xt  i tin n thirty Any unit, tax loti.-Clwln-  ( i*il Knuuirar.  Her Lif������ Long P������cr.ion, '  '   A glil baby begins to flirt with nn-r.  when f.!ia Is about t\*.\> .*;.;���������;������ i.'.d.   !"���������' [  far ns wo can determine sho Vxcps 11 j  nil "'ilii A.o u about uh" i>,- A.t^-'.ij ,  Knickerbocker Press. \  , tlo it ri'<> trnly fonrngoous umii wb<  atvw dvjpond*  Would Like a Look.  '���������������nv   tlirrlfr"  ,  "Yes,''  '   "I   VOtcd   fCf  J-C'l,     l*lM:'(   .V'Jll   siiow  mo a writ cf Imuran corpus? I veaft ���������-'������  nsii-'Ji about 'cm Hint I'd I.Iml u' il',;o  in Imvo a 1'iiik nt one o' the dun  1hings."-K:\uja.i Clly .lonrnnl.  Quick Pa cf.  "1  aliliiklsi; tll.lt   U.'.ii' ...ii !-. dv-.I'l./l-  Ing npace."  ���������'Yc.. .ind ,i \r~* Ibnl 1" inn b l������t  f'At tot one cf lil* rrom.**" ItfJffnto fcur  Dl'fS*  Aulosug<j.stion.  "Whul ftnoA rii;lns-'t".:("-i,nii mrpm.'1  asked TllnUri.  -Hull's when .villii- who bcgisis tc  iln'uto onl bow iriiich \,nn nml youi  f.icilly wtAi'.ft $:\\o In (,*,r fare lf juo  had join- iiv.ii machine," replied Jiiil.s  -Cliieliiniitl Kiionlrrr.  No F.ieap*,  (Ii'ii\v.niil--lf your filends puled fur,  ! st you for liiuiie; iho ni-llstle tempera'  J incut,  yon  nuisl   Imie Ilio laugh <������u  | tliein ti.;v.- iii:iI ym nro vo siicccssfnl.  fiTflilil-Vi.t .it ,'.ll    'lliey tv.oor nl iot  iio-.v   for  being onri)iiier-.ln!I/.ed.-New  i  VniV T'teni  i ______  ____  1 If ''i'i r-rt ������ iinn, Mil :i!rc tln^p oht  ������M*-irpt .-re:f t'lilrrj.il.i-d, t-\rn tllou;^  iht'i   f.ilt    SiLK*  I.ATE ntNRl MINI EH.  And the lobsters wero the best ln the  vorld.. And the woods wero full ol  fur-boaring animals lhat would bring  lho highest prices. Menler would  ���������start ih making more money to aiid to  tho many millions he had.  To carry on the proposed industries It was necessary to colonize, ���������  Menier induced hundreds of familJeR  to emigrate to the Inland dfrect from  Franco. Then he added n numhor ot  Fronch families from the (Jasj)'* .district of Quebec, Finally, ho lot io  somo English and-Scotcb fumillos, although he did thin reluctantly, because the supply ol French colonlHti  was not. su flic-lent to carry on the  work planned. Ho could not helm  idiowlng his French Darllallty, how  ever.  This partiality nearly brought on a  hot timo with tho Quebec flovorn-  ment. ^fenier .'sailed an order that  no workman engaged upon thn hdund 1  would bo permitted to use intoxicating beverages except tlm French, A  roar of Indignation went up from the  Kngllsh and Scotch. Tlmy culled on  Menler In u body.  Ilo trented thom v,i(h scorn, curtly  Informing them, kirn, .nnhlon, that Jl  was hln will thn French should drink,  and no others. To bin imsoelatcfl,  however, he pint 3d the reason for ox-  e.nil'tlng the Fr.-neh wna thai tluy of  nil nations, knew bc������i. how to treat  alcohol. Tho Kngliiih and Hootch  workmen linally Hiibmittod, iililiimph  ihero was a riimhlo nnd u grumblt-.  for n long lime. The penuliy of de-  portiulon If they drank wns thu  strong check on them.  On  tho spot. ���������' whoro the wreck wi  hud   established   their  hilr,    Menler  built, hi in a magnificent mansion of mi  \ 'irrhlli'i-lunil   style  comporting  with  ihfi wild Keene.   it wan a wlldeintmn  paliM'ii,    He ,|ro\v tho plans hlmuelf  down 1o   (he   nmullent   iVMall,    On������  oddity of his In connection with tin-  Interior work was that all imrln ef  wood and Iron   should   be ueri-wcd  down.    Not a nntl or rhet \\;u; mrJ,  llf'for   his death lhe ruler of Antl-  i eictti eormtrueled   nrngniih-r-nt   lfijuh  '��������� through lho lorcim, tlmt, bef-iui;ii- of  ! their adaptation'to (ho mnny ruenlo  , lii-arnb"A,   have  been  d������i*l;tieil   high-  I way niAivels.    11������ built miinv hcunei  i aim  i;rri:toil  pliuns  for  tlio  vaiiouh  'inAi. ��������� li'i'-i,  )���������'���������   L.'.Arit.-)  ,.'..(    i''.-,i     .:���������  : ei.tial "Ifewhere,  Tbe Job.-.ter pm-l In-.'  Induulrv heeumo oimi of the fci'i.i'.ien  ! In lho world.  I M'.-nii-r achieved ii;_lliii'tloi> Id  I many wulkfi of H..������. !<* wim nn ������..n-  ergetie .M'ene esjnei'-i' ami jiimintt-  nlv?ay.". to lmvf bin l.ditpd ii drpot and  tilting out plai-e fer c^icOiMoiii; io il,������  fro.'.eii north, lie ������..<n a .'hoto..r. idler of ror������ ttblllty : ml an ������-\f,i n nml  daring yaehti'iTinn. ll'a giuii f'lfi'tn*  had bef:ii madf in ehcoolate.   Uhriiii-  t'A'lA:.: ft ;'.���������; !;���������' *;���������&> L\ lU.lli.   V,,.\   . i I..'.  Iionoitil  hy his   country,   l'.i*. most  ��������� (I Itilrr-ii-'cornpl'i h''" ;>��������� ������- n . 'I-'- ���������*;'���������  Ing und df->elopn-ii nt of bS Ih],.dJ  lilnrdom, ihv VildcrncfS of A::.U,o.,i  t.i I  ���������nm  Appli-.H  uud   ^Himii'Siis  Mie TCKCtuUlffc moil c������?i)j  i������re. ������iu-vi'i  IL'.HlMr TOIg NEWS, CtTMBBHI JfLMI). BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���������yniyPMi'B no^x *������������_w^_i -wQl  jLtintf���������a'riirr~r1'  ��������� --,. ��������� ���������    ��������� T������������������      ������������������ ��������� --��������� ���������   ,|,l���������ll| ���������- ���������^mimam ,^_,  , ^_^^  A"  WH_iij"i^<*'"f'_"l'jj,ir_i'eKj^wj'f ^".vr'WBtl,    .^_,JjjWW V^^t^V^WJj***11*!,     L . JH'l". I1.1���������"^  rrtt.t+ryit*j**rK'*m*z**.*B*TW*'i*m**.*m  =maQ=H������j^?^'&wuvacaawi������nM^^^n^  WATGH^THIS  SPACE  'NEXT WEEK  ������j_j_  >WC\K3f3SSESiSK1  . The Furniture Store  i    Mci'iirc Work, a, MoKINNOST   (^..beriMd  l ( a  ���������St i' iics-^-. irtf^wjwiiJsw. &w_\ss3ssscass!aaa sr;  ,'. *������  V.' 'J  ,.. -,i  U  ii  ' Cflttg nf  f!  taJ^it^tt^lAMft^t^^al^Sta)  I  i  <���������*)  fi)  ������  0  c*  to  0  ������  _>������������������������ ^r *pi ������ ^ ������i. am ���������*������<������ ������  ������  Cameron Muto  V^   L~A   mm*.  Phone 1074, 521 Superior St I  Victoria, B. C.  S3  Ut$t%  ' 0f  i  4  I.'m  Cumberland, B. C,  January 7th, 1914  ^ Dear Sir or Madam:-  \  . -   ���������' This will inform,you that  I I am again a candidate for Mayor of this  G?    -4--'  |J- city.      -���������/���������  H . .The chief consideration which indu-  || ces me .again to ask,your support is the  il  fact that my work- and that of the Coun-  11 oil as a whole, during the past year, has  jj g j         ���������  u-    R'"TTdmTn?ae'd"r(j-l7he--G-r e d-fcfc-o-f���������t -he-City..: _.  las ,  I can "only at this time again declare  0  that if elected I shall git all times do  my utmost to further the interests of  the citizens of this Town.  ALEXANDER CAMPBELL  We have for sale a few sjiylulv used nud rebuilt o  cars in lirst chiss condition, which must be fold to.meet ^  real estate payments, " ������  " ~ " "       Q  $275  ������ Buiok, 4 passenger,   ,  | Ford Touring Gar,         3325  1 Ford Touring Oar.- -      $350 I  I Ford Touring Car (i'9i2)$425- $  | Galt,FivePassenger(i9i2) |  $ Demonstrator, pligln.lv used, elepric starter, )    ^.H^ft fs  ������ and lights.          '                   '   .         ������    .    VUDv 3  ������ Ford Touring Car p       $275 ������  $ and seveial other Touring Cars and Trucks. ���������$  II  H  tKSSl  i '���������!  FEED! FEED FEED!  . ? A.. B.' CR A WFOBB'. 3JAEN  AAla.'*.o.   stock of short!?, 'bran, ..orusliisd outs,   buy and  lioulti".  fu'd for enlo at exceptionally low prices. ���������  Phone 38-  C/OTU*tenay' i  1,.  ���������II"  1  ���������*& .,  ll'  If'  .-:���������'  .;sg:ius3ssbus.\i  pwRiiiKiiiiiiiiiiii^^^  i -a  n  y  To the Electors of the City  of Cumberland,  r-xzr?zzz!xi52xzzi  i������.  1 Wood Wood������,To The Electors of  -        Wood       i\ The City of Cum-.  berland.  ������ vv uuu ������  ''V (���������;  ������j)      N'i\v i;> tlio nine to placo     ly)  yuiY ovdov   1'i'V    SLAB    (���������*,  W0(M) g  2,GO.. .per double loiul  %     J11.5U pur sinjrlu limit    g  ^  0  Fiom The  W  Liuliis and GcntU'inon; ���������  At a meeting of the Cumber  bind Citizens Voters  League,   wc  ,;-,     _ . . r.i.       $   wi'i'i' requested to  olTur   oiii'kjIvo?  I Star Livery Stables | ,:���������l,lli,iUn���������0��������� .or iyu.  Affordiiu consiilcnilini) wo luive  [coLPi'iifiiil I'o do so,   mid   request  CHateh This Space.  1  8'  ���������3  }'-'  I'i  ii  -.1  ?  '.*  ������'  li  "V  i  ,i  . ii  S I-  a  THE "IDEAL".STORE    N<^ w T"������-������>cii8  McBae, Acton, -Hayman  ������ u  ������������������a 1  H  lllii!r.l:!!!!i',!i!:;;il]!!l!li:ill!llll|ll!!!lirilllllllllll!H li||!!|||||l!lllllli!llllHilllll(llllllllili;illlllllllini',llllllllillllIIII,ll!i!;;t!lllllI!:!I!nini^  i.f  S J./J  A\\|llllll!l!li:i-;l!Hlll,<ii.'llill!|ii!HI!!illllll!li!!l!IUI!il!UII!l,>Hl������llll!i^  v*  h  Capital Paid Up $11,560,000.  LADIES "AND GENTLEMEN:-. ,  Having bpen rt quested by a large ���������  number of'electors'to offer invseli as a  candidate for mayor, and, after careful,  consideration, hdyb decided to accept  nomination.- I''have served you seven  ,yer,i's as al'clerman. If elected, I will  look after the be?st - interests of the city  and c'uizens, and will do my "duty without  fear or ' favor.  1 ' will address you publicly "mid go  fully into the "matter before election  day. ���������'  Soliciting your votes a/i.l infLnnce  a thorough business and up to date  hod of conducting the affairs of your  lieser've $13 000,000 . ji  i?'������V  J am, Yours Respectfully,  T* E* 'Bate  .,.J____.������mK), ,������������������.j in.j.Mwj.ntiiii'���������'  LOOK OU  r\  %  for the Milk \va<>oii  with tlu- (ireen box  FRHSH 1MILIC AND  I-ARM I'kOIHJCK  Ouv Milk is tlie product  of thi: I Jest Fed Cows  a h'RICSr.    M.Uv %  ? Delivered moruingi!; t'vx*ni������j������y  ��������� I. MARUYA 5  o  J  ���������*<,<iwwm**o<K><i'Wi'*n !-v"i:r ),iw*y ���������s,,i)',u,,t fl",i (!"-������i'u'1-  tion to fi'i'iiru onr fliMJljoii.  Wi'hIiiiIi nl all tiiuo.s uiiileiivoi-  to imiidiiiit llm lifl'.-iirri of I ht' (^itt\,  hi������ us in lurl 1h.-t itn progi'i!,*.-, and  in the l;i-,-t inWu'f.'MNof ils i-iiizo nt-  Tin* cityV finiiiiei's rcijiiii'i' iir.,-  iiiidiuti) attnition, nnd wo t-lia,l(  if I'li'i'tcil, mnlco cvui'v ell'oi't to  have iJmin pluird on it proper lm���������  Tlm pivtiiiiiJ; iilmt't, liglitn nro tin  mi-1'iu'Livy, Init with n   Himllcx-  pond ii ii re cjtn ht> mado lo render a  mnull lii.tter .ervice,  fjp m'( \ J tie. iieajtli ami f-aoio'iii.iii </f iIk:  citv'tdinll rt'culviteiirni'iii ittienu.iii.  HUGH MITCHELL . |������������;i..,���������^ ������,..!.������.���������>��������� '.������...i..,i ������r  JiVpouiiig of iiiilu-.", ^ai'hiigo   etc,  i I -l.-'l I.i.  i,dm,red  All   otdiir   ucm)*siiry     matln'.-  rtliai! liu ������Oll������l<l������*rt������l .Is? occa-iioti |e  otii'i'.-'.  Th.iri, IC. l.'mibi  ,Ii������(������, S.  Hrown  iJT  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Afjents for J'il.-t'iicr lircwing Coii'pnn^\s IJICHR  HcaU'i'S iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  ' \Vll������ ������ic.sait-  KOI.   Ynr.J!  Genl BlacKsmithing  Horseshoeing  Tii in. St.        Cinnhfiliir.ft  ���������*,. r ir ��������� r ��������� ���������   -| - ��������� *-���������~-���������"Tf*  CilVE US YOLK NEXT <>l<  pi^K. i'orjob VRiN'nxr,.  D. !!. McDonnld  < 'li.'l*. I'll lli ll.'WH  .Jiilm F11 i-l in iv  W. \V. Wilhit-d,  SECOND    STRT  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  i DIIAPTS- IS^UIvi). IN   ANY    CURUKNCY,   PAYAULK   ALL a ^������  | ���������    OVER   THB    WOHLI). | >"[|j  | SPKCIAt ATVKNT10N paiij to SA VINT.S ACCOUNTS A ii.tero'i !��������� \ |  | at hi-i.lieKl   UuiTri't Kn.ii'i*; ulii'Wi-d oii lupus-it. of $1 :i'i:ij iipwnnls. p.})"!  1 OUataiijaLlMD, B   C , B anch, Opui Diliy                 ;������ | j|  I UNION pAY, B.O.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  1 '    D- Mp MORRISON, Manager.  |. COURTENAY,   ������, C ,    Blanch,    Opon Daily.  I R. rt- . ,1 ' RDWICKK3, Manager.   ' 1 lil  %|:llllllllllllllllHllinillllll!llllllllllllllllllllia!llHI!lll!llllll!llllllllllillllllllHUIIIIIIII^ \J;  A.iMAMu^cHi������ivputtfta������aBAivv^  P  NOTARY   PUBLIC  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  *v*Mmwwm.*m**  CUMBERLAND.   SfJji  I  P. Phillipps Harrison p|f  J {, h  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR y(j  y  H  iininnmri'"   "~"rr~^iir*r~Tr,iTT~",~ in ww.ji.iai _. Jf   In  ==-^=V.  BOj^O^fl:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER /  P, 0. BOX 403  PHONE 29..,.  CUMBERLAND  >, n  IF YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT ',,,  \  hi  I  Big pail in  Gyele Prices  CAPITAL, $15,000,01)0  KEST, $12,500,000  II  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by 1 nn t-miiioinn n.ink of Cwu.u'.ciVv, i.r* u uuk', convenient rmd  inpNpensivo mctliod of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  payaMe without: chaise nt nny buiilc in Canaila (except in tlie Yukon  Territory) mul in the principal cities oi'tho United Slnles, mc issued nt  tho following rates *.  $5 and under ,..,(.........<���������   .'J centu  Ovvr    f������ and not exceeding $10    0    "  ������������     10      ������������������ ������ 80 10    "  "     30      ��������������� ��������������� 50 15     "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  ������hrt������M ht m������ftt> l.y m.-nns f.f cur SPf.CIAL FORI'.JGN DRAFTS ������nd MONEY  OU!*Ki!ti.   licntA wiihovil AuUy tl teisor.abto r-tnt.  vUMHI p.T,ANn������H\N3U,,,1( W. T. WUTIE, Miwftfi;ft  TOurinp; stnok-tJiking wc hnvo found that wc*  luive quiti: ;\ ir.imlx-ir of .second-hand shop-  r.oilc(i and "returned from hire'' machines  and arc holdiw; an end of season clearance,  at hig price reductions,    Look imo this.  Thos. Plimley  ������ if  * 1  ������  li  ���������%\i  * u\  } H  MS  f ft!  730 V   TBS STRHBT  r  /  ������i  -.ii-   ������*���������  i ^1


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