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Array I!  li  111  *,-t,������i���������i_, \, l*J 1-i.iX-ys>f-X>*Mlf1XH4i���������^.u.^H*.i4,^an���������  ������������������#toi*HU*#W%m^&^**$\<i:uOmaf%^  /  0  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Qomox District.  The News, Twentieth Yeah  CUMBERLAND, lVC/.'WEDNESDA.Y, JAN. 21, :<j_4.  Subscription $i.oo.a Ykar  THE BIG STORE  *t\'*^"i iimw *f  ���������ssz:  TO   OUR   CUSTOMERS  W������HEN'th������ high prices prevailing.on the neccs  si ties of life are  considered  it will be  \vel  .come news to many to note the generous re  ductions which .have been made at thc Big Store.  The most essential requirements of 'all homes are  (lour, butter, lard and sugar, .and we have reduced  these to reck bottom prices. In orderto give just and  equittable treatment to our ever increasing list of cus  . tomers we will discontinue, all dibco'unts'on future bills  By,.so.doing we realize that we can give yoii the very  lowest prices bn your esteemed orders. We have taken  this step also because we can compete on a more ev  en basis with outside competition and so ensure better  prices; ior pur customers and a larger share of your  business.. Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes and Grocer  ies will from now on be sold at nett prices. Kindly  present your discount checks at any bf the departments  "and redeem them as early as possible.  i x  lhisbr:&co1  , ���������"     '      '.."     .........LIMITED   Diuisiiiuir. Avenue, ' LMJOJNK'38, CUMBERLAND  MEETING Of? COUNCIL.  The mayor and' aldermen-  elect for,, 11U4, .gathered in the  Council 'Chamber on Monday  evening, when the oatlTof office  was administered by Magistrate  Abrams. The School. Trustees *  elect were also present and wete  administered tho oath. After this  was over, the Council -'went into  session, when short addresses aj-  propriate to the occasion were  delivered by tLe mayor aud aldermen, all of whicli, r promised  to do their best for the city.    ,-  The minutes of previous meet'  ing were read and  adopted.       -  Communications- were read i&  the cement sidewalks, and it was'  decided to hold'a.special-meeting'  on Friday night, to go thoroughly in to''this, and other ' financial  matters.' ��������� -���������  ���������  ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������  Janitor  Scavenger   Tolegr.uus. telephone.,  A. Maxwell', lniuliiiie...  Potter  &   Kirklirido..  li-iiiino-e   T, D. McLean, stutitm-  '���������' ery   as d 'repair's.,.  Reluming Officer- Thomson's f A. II. IWev,   station-  ���������financial Statement of  Public and High Schools,  Cumberland, B.C. 1913  * *  , ,y ,.   /'I.EON IPTS  Xiov't.gmnt to City... .������5037 Oo  Gov't grant to Cuinp...  1008 25  High School IV,. s     37(5 00  Social.Gov't grant....  2500 00  Paid hy  City, of  Ouin-  ���������"   berland....   3-110 70  Total Receipts..... 8ia3U2 00  ..   "'.     EXPENDITURE   '  Touchers' salaries  ������7025 00  report of the result of the ��������� poll  taken on January loth was read.  * A government statement of  amount paid- toward public  school support here up'' -to ' De''.;  31st was read. ' ,.   .  ���������   Accounts:���������Eke.  Ught, $39.-  65; T. K.IJate, 8.50*0.   Musat  to, 8.00;   A,    McKinnon,   7,20:  .Nanaimo Gaol, 47.00. ,       . ,.-  The following were appointed  ���������on the several  hoards.'        ?-  Jioard of Works ��������� Hanks,  Mc:  Donald. Mitchell. ...  ery and books.  Islamlbi*, printing. .  ���������News  '        ������������' '    .  C. H. Tarbell, supplies  and labor:   Dr. G.KMaeNnuglitoii  medical inspection  Thomson Stationery Cu  books '..  Pree Textbook Oflice  .. 0 books.....: a  J' J. Douorgim, 'Trustees, "Association.  i - '  I ill I v-  _)-, -i-i,cv]ucer~aTi\,'j]r  10s  ���������mn_Mmrw_naagJHMi.i q  ���������   i  \-*4m7*m  Montreal, , Jan, 16.���������At the  anim: 1 meeting of the Trades  - ami Labor Council held last  night at the Labor Temple, at  which J. T; Foster was re-elected president for 1914, and Ii.  Frechette, vi^e-president, the  delegates of the Montreal labor  unions uuau'mously nfined to  endorse tho plan of the British'  Colli ubia , Miners' Liberation  League to'suspend work thro'ugl -  out the whole Dominion during  forty-eight hours, 0 commencing  January 30, to - protest against  the imprisonment of the miners  aa a result of the strike 011 Vancouver Island.  The general feeling of the  meeting was that such a move  won d ot assist the miners or se  euro iho liberation of their com  racks who are in prbou, and  won Id.cause groat prejudice to  the unions which had made  agreement,}) with their employois  uot to atiike during a certain  length of lime,  On Monday evening, Jan. ?/b  the Scotchmen   of   thc Valley,  will  celebrate   --'Hobby Hunm"  niituver.sary, by holding a   banquet at  the  Courtenay . Mute),  commencing    at   9,30. Tickets  S3 00.  ", Dr��������� Kerr,  dentist,   is   at   the  Cumberland Hotel*  Mr. Alex. (Irani, a io'rmcr resident of Cumberland, was iu  tG'.vix thi.'; '.vo?!:.   ���������--������������������  Mr. Patrick Kaguti,   of   Lrly  smith, will Hticccid Superintend-  0 it Geo, W, Clinton im pujui'ister  fur tho Cniiuditin Collii-nes here,  Mr. Tlio*1. 1'ieivo, uf Minto,  lull the uitsf'Mtiuio <������f friu'.tiii-iug  hU ri^ht le^r whilo h^'mg ������t few  ilrt)'������ flj{<>.  The following is the result of  Thursday's hard fought civic  eU'cUon:  Por M ivor  ' T. K. Bate....."......v..184  ������ A. Campbell : ]������6  Majority for Ca'iipbell 3  Aldermen  banks..' '���������'. ., 204  Hrown 186  Purbow '..;-. ,170  M ixwull 207  Miller ,.'. .190  Mitchell 189  McDonald 207  Parnhhm .., 205  Willard...., 166  Hanks, Maxwell, Mitchell,  Miller, McDou.tld aud Parnhain  elected.  School' Trustees  Carey..,���������; i9I  Coe, 1H6  MuKaydi.ii 366  Carey and McFiiydmi elected.  Thursday's vole wns the heaviest ever polled i.t a   civic .election in lho city of Cumberland.  Nanaimo elected the entire  Citizens' Ticket. A.���������K, Planta  defeated J. J Iodgkinsou in the  mayoralty contest by 492 votes.  Victoria elected Alex Stewart  mayor by u majority of 2100 ovci  \V. A. Glcasou...   o   H   t������:i*i c    f  .  wahiu town i.ia. week.  NOT1CJ: TO PARENTS  A 11    ......Tl,.      ,,.!. -.      ���������,.,....,��������� I    .  .  ....    j,k,j,,���������      t.t.u     ^^..v^ili jliuA  entering the primary division of  tho.Cumberland public school  during the present term, must  do so before the 30th day of January.  T. II. CAREV,  Secretary School Hoard,  ��������� ..,.������������������___.  GIVK US YOUR NKXT OR  DER   POR JOIJ   PRIXTINO,  Board   of   Health'���������Paniham, jo   , ,       ,-      ln'-  ������������������     -      a - ''   bec'y'6 ��������� salary   12  u  cDonald. banks...        .���������,.���������/,-.������������������fNowbury-& AehIln.  Einance Cqmmittee-Maxw^L v fn ncw.8c,^ol  itcheHvMUler, ? ,.' -..  :     ,       .Posto'-and'^statiiin-  Mi  Eire Wardens���������Parnhani,-Miller. ��������� '".'.'  License Commissioners���������Al-  dermiiu McDonald and J. P.  Watson.  Police Comiuissioners���������Alderman Parnliam and J. \\\ Cooke  The Mayor, by virtue' of his  ofiice, is chairman of License and  Police Boards.  The Mayor nud City Clerk  were authorized"' to sign all  cheques, :  Appointments  City Clerk���������A.   McKinnon. ��������� ���������  Police Magistrate���������James Ah-  nuns.  Scavenger, ���������T. Conn.  A comusiriee was appointed to  interview Magistrate Abrams regarding the retaining of co^is in  fine caj-ts, as claimed by hini'as  his right, he not being iu receipt  of S600 per year as salary from  the city,  The regular night of meeting  will (tc next Monday night, and  future fortnightly meetings will  be regulated by that.  Notice was 0 rile red to be giveu to Tvluphone'Co and Dominion Telegraph to clear all broken  wires oif the atic'is.  Council adjourned.  ' ery, 12 mos   Wm. Potter, labor.'...  P.   Kilpatrie.k,   coal..  an li nji.  UO. (D)biniited,  coal  S. Loiscr & Co.,   cliulk  Shibata, .clock.'i   Iliiyniiin&McRiic.towrs  T. E, Hate, hose, glass  sundries,...,.,..  Cf, Downes,  logics   b.  V/.    Nuiiiis,   water  .1.2 mr.s , ....  lioyslon   3\rill,   luinlier  High school pupils, six  day's   teaching.,.  S'ih-'ol kt������ys   Wash ing towels   Special grant, cxpoiulit-  tui'u, Clark&Siiiwiirt  C3o. Ltd, furiiiturn..  A. McICinnon, furii'lro  Septic tank   Repairs' to old  h.-.IiooI  Majis .,   L'lbor putting   in  now  WUS ivb '������   t   ���������   1  %\ *  t  1   1   1   ���������  010 00  80 00  6 00  1-1- 90  12 50  4 00  03 lo  u 00  10 00  44 55  112 50  , 23 29  25 "00  10 00  ���������r2-70'  00 00  145 00  10 00  33 50  ���������  22 50  127 50  1 00  0 50  12 io  22 50  '    7 70  3-1- 00  5 55  12 00  1 30  I) 00  1150 07  200 00  275 00  SOO 00  ���������ID 00  100 00  A masquerade bull wlll hn held  in the \\ M. W, of A. Hall on  the evening ol Kridny, Jan. 2:inl.  Total expend if. 1013   Si 2302 i'O  High school fees dim $0 I 00  Wt*-+***+t+*fl  ������*f1V������������"������   .   ������.>.  Don't forget ilu,. Apron and  Ribbon Danco in tin; Puion Hull  '-'irtliii evening of ,1 :i>.n:ti*y 20th  ^^^^^^^*7mA<i^g0i^ii2  iMACFARLANE BROS., LTD  "the square DEALING HOUSE.". '  Announcing   our  Annual;-.,  idcuinter.-:  earanee"  Sale  It   is   oiir fixed   policy not   to   carry  not,   to ' carry   goods .over   from  season to season. All winter goods ,  are marked at prices that.will"un  doubte������dly .result in a clean sweep,  Sale opens  Friday and continues until  the end oi the month.   Goods. bought I  at this sale   not returnable. Q  f its the Latest  We Have it  Macfarlane Erc3s., Limited  THE CORNER STORE   CUMBERLAND  ru*&aiH****tt**imt+*i'fW.\imfrm\.^K*LUtJ*njs*B������������ut**j&Mi^mi  Respectfully   liiibniittod.  'IIIOMAvSII. CA11KY,  Seei'otarv.  Hoard of School Trustoos, Cnni-  hjrlaiul, I!. C��������� .bin. 3, 1014  J hereby certify thar 1 liavo ox-  af a  finiiucd lho books and iiccuiiiitt*. of  th������ Cuiii'luii'lnnd public, and liioji  sc,ljo������������l-'* and'Iind iliein correct as  not forth above.  J. STEWART,  Auditor.  ���������  FINANCIAL,     STATHMlvNT  Cuinberlaiid Night Hohool  1013  UKCKU'TS  (ioveriimont (Jrum  ������300 00  Subscription     157.50  3517.50  K.Yl>Ei\DlTURE  Te.iclicr' salary 0 m mths ^.50.00  .laiiitoi' " 45.0()  Light ������ 17.51)  Ciirthou hand Dec. 31, 101.3   5.00  Total expenditure 1013    $51.7,50  Iletipectl'blly Kiibinitlcd  THOMAS. II CARRY,  SuiTfitury.  1 horoby certify (lint I havo ox -  lllllii.e.d the book* uud account:' or'  iho Cumberland nl������rht n������hool  uud Iind thom correct r.,(; set forth  above,  J   STKWART,  Auditor,  Hoard of Sclioul Ti'iifiiees, Cum  beiluud, IJ. C, .lun. 1, UU1.  Krai 11; lotrriii<'t<in very utronoly  w'wjcclu t ' Lil*.* "bulling  iu ' ol i|,Mo j j  AliiuM'S' Litjuiation   Lo.i^uo 111 tliejt  ciiho of   thu   impi'ihoncd   mineiv. i f  1 ii  It in a cano of   too   mnny   cook*  {,  Kooiliiiff'tho broth.  -������r��������� ��������� ���������''-  Lord iSlriUlicona  is <lcal ftftrr a  fhort illnes-j,  Mr, \\r,  Mc*L.;������:*u,    icpie.-i'iitll  livo of the   iLmv li-or   C'i-iimIm 'S:  (iiuiMinty (Jompany,   h iu town io  appoint a ]-,i',n] ,t.;.-iil t<j )i������.k .d'.or  that ciompairv-'c nl\uv.*  in thisdi,  trid,  CAMPBELLS  Early Spring Shipments  ���������m���������m.        MIW������VW|< WUU        JmU. i.i.m, tJi.   V> /.-w\.  eries, also   the newest  models in cso a la Grace  Corsets  CAMPBELLS  m,*mmmi.*. *****.   UM.m  ������*���������**������������������������. **M.%i*|.  i**"l       *  ���������������������   *     ' ' ' 14\ ���������������>'*���������    '���������'#  **riii-4* **.. ******* tf   -fe******* ���������  4 *    '    ������'    **   *"V'"*^'  -**1* l*a\*S +..+  ?**)/*��������� /���������*���������������������������  !/t)m ;">-fi,  ' -f j  ��������� -p  J.4*ViTfcfc.rf.fiM^*. ������������u**vT.'v-#uT__j  ���������1  _. f  ItVttHroatVnAi.  'l^A^T^TiSi^ui^^^^^^S^M^S^i  the itows. crmmviiAXD. ni a  You wil! find relief in Zam-Buk:  It eases the burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding aiid brings  case. Perseverance, witli Zam-  Buk mean? cure. Why not prove  {liio ') M! Jinteginlit and Stores.���������  l,,l������ ' SQo box.  m.  ^ORAUU SUMMER30R_7S  xs3=7li!KSXCS^MX&BlSW?M1Rnrr.,. ^'-*  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punshon  W������nd, Look & Cm., Limits  Lcndon, Melbourne A Toronto*  SEE  '���������??;'ry".-   ?A;  , (Conf ,,ie_)'?; .,77Y-'iy .  .Allien Oust oii ished, ;)ie,;;got   up   aiid  ���������;^4r6RSp|r:hirt;'AV.Qniy',oat?l'oi*;.:v.wallv'-!int'-  ?;: soon ?feli.;-nil'?' riglu.- Theday'"paused'  as .usiia!, ocr-upiei| \yiUi .-vhribus small'  ;- in a Iters," ahd "he even, began to [hoW  .':. lhat.? h A '..'was  thinking? less? ot'.loan.  'Bu,. ai night,At exactly Alio same'hour  ? as; before, ?lie was ,��������� aga i n "Avercome?by  ? a secoiul lit pf: passionateweeping.He  .���������>(liii:'Mt,',R'eUiip^  .- not?sleop again, iind so 'lay. awake "till.  Xdii.vilgi.il, wondering? ii? ilicsc? attacks  a of. weepjngAvero to bo a feature of  his'night'!-, 'henceforth. Aa ���������;��������� -,"���������s - '7  ?;  AVhilp;; lie wayAil breakfast An ������������������Hie'  morning ,;he 'Ayiis-Aui-prise,l?by?'a visi--  ; ���������tor,  M Iks'   ilacixol-'-'- Hose   ?l)eing' ? un^  ?.iiQUiicoiL ?;;,  ? i[h':" X7-7, .,.;,?"������ ;,;������������������'��������� ".  ���������y. She was? full Af ?,apolpgies;? foiv���������dis-  Aurbing .iiuv so early, and then asked  Iiiiil- A? he, liad; heard anything' .lately  AoE AViitoiiMnyn.'., r '. a a' A ' ���������/���������> AA-  ��������� -?. 11; ,was AviUi''aii!'effoi't:thal' rj;hoi'olil:  ?wi-p'ciilietl his ininii froin ;iis?v,-anderingH  to -answer aUie-iiuestion,;, put; .to liim.  "'.'.'That ���������.strange feeing, of uh realty that:  stillAqbsessefl him' surrounded 'even  Aihis (luostion "with jui- air olAunrealty?'  .and it w:is;.'li'hi-il fdr.'.)uni_t.p?a.uiidei'st,and'  ��������� that;any.sucltJiebon,as WiltonAJayne  A existed. >.)v, Aoeined, ty luro? aAvoice,  A whilsjierPd??in his" .ear thiit:; there, was  A Walton; flayne? thaiAWiltoh AUayne,  .���������;?;;di(i?'n'ot;''<}.\i������st,-'-,aml yet?it also; seemed  A to?him .tlKitUiisjdPa'M-as.an absin:diT:y������  A..\Velir*;\vl"iat"?-'ol' ':;liim?;A":?'' ? ?-"hy 7yy- :  mild siiiisfai-iion, and hlie thought hlni i  ilie mom mii-rly callous and ould-  hearted indhldnnl sdio bail ever met !  or heard of, All ihe Panic she con- j  Miiued hor questioning resohne nol \  !o leave a .stone uriftiriiod.  Tlieii \uii have no idea where Mr,  M.ayne in likely ui be? she ashed,      j  .Vot Hi.  least, ho answered Jiroiiipi.-i  ly.  There js  lomcihing  else,  sin.,  con-  liiiued. you    were    nc.uainiod    with  .Miss Durand, were ,\on uoi?  .Miss Durand'.' he snid villi a puzzled  boh.      Did  she   mean   .loan'.'   Joan  whom lu;. had seen dragged down lo  a frightlul death- -1)1. Utile waves aud '  lho   .nulls   wheeling   in   slow ��������� circle., j  against   the  distant   and   Heroi}.;  sl'y. j  llow jilainly In- saw it all.  Yes, yes, In* said. 1 Sinew '.Miss Dnraiid well.  Jli-r people have left Je.iiivii liar-  dens, Mj.s Jtiisc continued, Du you  know whore she is?  Vory well, lie answi-i'i d. lb- looliul  at her with ;, perfectly impassive  face, , Yes I kiio-A" very well where  sho is, he said' a������aln.  Then will ymi please tell lue'.' she  askod  cjagei'ly.  His Jips moved hut no sound c.-aiik-  from (hoin. Slie thougiii ihis mount  he did not wish to roll hev.  Iiul J, am in sue!, trouble about  Dora, she pleaded. Each day she  goes out oarly. and she does not come,  back till late, and she will not tell  nio whore she has been. .1 thought,  perhaps, if 1 could find .Miss Diii-und���������  . You will not iind Miss Duraml, said  TIiorold soi'Uy. .  ,  Ah, I am sure .vo*.i know somci.hhVg,  sho cried, and tho grief and distress  in hor eyes called to hini and summoned him as with'a touch of common  brotherhood, siirrhig':ho dry bones of  his misery.  ���������1 know nothing-  nothing, he repeat:'  ed irritably, and  Miss  Hose made a  gesture of despair.  Dora was bo fond of .loan, she said.  Miss Duraml had more influence over  her than almost any one. 11 was  Joan this <an<l .loan that, lill 1 was  positively side of the name sometimes.  Dora will tell mo nothing, but 1  thought, if 1 could find Miss D'tirand  she intelit {jet her to speak���������for'Dora  frightens me, she said in a whisper.  Thorokl leaned his head '. on liis  hand, and his dead-soul woke to life  again. Here war, ono' whom Joan  had loved and'she was in trouble, lie  felt that Joan would have wished tb-.it  ho' should do what ho could to help  her. lt was as though the dry bones  of his Lnrrow moved lo lifo' again;  and if now the pan;: of his grief were  keener, yet, ul leas, that dull oppression lified? which,, before had crushed  him almost below the l������>vel of. humanity,     lie said slowly: .  -  TVa-Dru-CtT  Laxatives  accomplish their purpose  with maximum efficiency ^  and minimum discoaifort.  Increasing   doses   are not  needed.  2=.c.   a   box   at   youi;  I's. ��������� 17*  National Dro. and Clint leal  jCo.ot Canada. Limit**].  iiorrid personality ihat now usurped  his place. ��������� Thoy took an omnibus  presently, and in time they oiime io  lhat unsavoury street which Dora now-  visited every day.  Got His Number  Subbubs���������What kind of peoplo are  the Noxtdores?  Outaways���������He's ncsgliscnl and shiftless. Tho garden hoso ho loans mo  is full of holes anr. lie never' thinks  of fixing it  Two colored women of, Baltimore  met on tho street the other day, when  thp following conversation ensued:  Why, Mrs. Holts, 1 ain't scon you  for I don't know how tariff. De last  lime I calls at your bouse (lore's a  slsn on it 'For Heat.' 11 as, you all  moved?  Yes, Mrs. Hrown. v'e's moved. My  old man jjot tired livin**,' in. all do noise  nn' bustle of de city an''so we {joes'  iiwnj out in de uubbubs,  What direction (loos yo' ko?  An' jest where is yo1-located?  Wo is located in a new* neifihbor-  hood, Mrs. Brown. . It's hind a hard  , to describe it exactly, but. if I had a  Vou must uot. 001110 in yei, she said, j map  of  de  city  hero" 1  could  show  ���������AAVfi'yAexcta  yem ,knbw: thati,up-bo?dy'.'has seen any-;  thing cif?hiin;>for?!somii���������day3������. ���������    ;���������"  .;: Tliorohi ?co'asldit;r?id?,:ahd remember-.  ed; that-he? had heard, - that? ^Mlton  :Mayner iC-Atny������������������suclA'jierson as? Wilton  Mayne did?Pexist,:had..'lately.?.'vanished.  When lie liad heard tliis.At had?nor? iii-  ?,tereFtcd.'him^^^  to hini thilt another ofaathese^ ridiculous  animated dolli? -witli'������������������.which?the world  was fiill imd i'ii?;sonio/way sot put??o'f  order. ," a Well, ti^rc was "nothing?ih  ?that���������perhaps? Wilton Mayne also liad,  ;?secn..^a':ihor'so-'?iiliins'o?to,?:,,a'"'-"?,J'rIglitfiil  'death- and.Ikk]'seen it bear with,it' a  a smail? iiiipa'sslve' llgnrein a,, blue', serge  ������������������goSyu: and a 'sailor hat and' a?heayy  black Veil tliat, utterly .concealed1 dip  f&co.-Alt,'���������'?a.i.se'enied to him ri little  'thing: that Wilton ���������M ay ne.' had, not returned. :..;, Joanhad notretui'iied; hnt?  now spmethinu of troiibl-. and sorrow  ho saw-in Miss Hose's fachstlrred the  dry bones of his own dead ���������-.py.nipaih-  "ic*s?.?'";,    :':[:[:[ [77. .?.. ,''���������"'."������������������;,', ':.  "���������   Oh, well., ho? said fretfully, angry .ul  Aclmj  disturbed,:< I   don't,   know "nny-  A:h;nij'iihoiil?"'lt..'..?A'-���������'*���������'��������� A'- ���������:"-. ,??;'��������� '"?'���������',���������  ���������"��������� I: am in,,such trouble? ?Miss   Hose  ?A;1-od, about i,im"uud nlionf Dora, ;  'I rouble,  IrouliH-,' repealed,'.Thorokl  ���������������������������''."IU?';an increusiup; seitsA ofiriijiillon.  Vou should tlike thiiu;;s mora tpiletly,  .:'--:::ii Aw J" liii ve" niy troublefi, too,  I O'lri assnr^yciii.lint  Ai.erii'?"' ���������  ���������' ''?''  lip noildci  Wail hore.'aiHl  out for you pro-  Tliornjil nslv-  pausing- ai lliu door,  if 1 can I will conn  sently,  J hu is il safe for vou  ed. -  Dora smiled a llulo at the ejuostion '  und (hojioiUered lho house, Thorold  turned, wondorinj. sroatly, and walk-  in-4 a few stops away camo suddenly  face u> fnco with a man dressed nr.  a workman, in whom lie rei.-osjni/'.ed  Inspector Lock.  Why, whal are you do'ini-, here-,' he  exclaimed sharply.  Dock looked, both an-jry and surprised at lieiiifj greeted like this. hV>v  a moment he" seomod half inclined' io  deny his own identity, and Uicn lie  grumbled out:  I'm here on diuy.-And you, Mr.  Thorokl, are vou following ilii-yy'ii.-ii'  lady?  What younji' lady? asked Thorokl. ���������  Why, Miss Durand, hook aiiswoil-rl,  she has Juki, passed me.,  You must, be mad, lie said slowly.  ���������Miss Durand is dead.  Dead? echoed Lock, "' Uo shook bis  head, .Vo, he said., she passed hero  not a minute, ago.  For a moment, Thorold stared ai  him wiih a. wild hope lieating in his  heart. But he remembered what he  had seen, ho remembered tho desperate plunge of the maddened horso, ho,  remembered the soft lapping of lhe  waves and the solitary sea gull wheeling round and' round against tho serene and distant, sky. ; it was 11 monstrous thing to suppose that any mortal could survive such a fall as that,  lie shook his head again.  No. you are mistaken, he-said gem-  ly, quite mist a k- -.:  Perhaps, perhaps, agreed Lock indifferently. ^lut just step iu here,  will' you, sir, he added, indicating a.  small public house near, there are  jiomp things I should liko to ask you,  .you.      Wo lives  jest'about half an  inch oui sido do city limits, *  A BOON TO STOCK-RAISERS,  To  Know How to Cure    Colic.    Dis  teirper, Colds* Swellings.' etc., Saves j,  Thousands Each Year.  Of Practical Interest to Horsemen  tear up against  at Iu.t with, a kind o,f  SffiL" JB um  ^n.e Off in Scales.   Hcliccl Bndly.  M.-l to Tie Hands, Littlo Watery  rimplofi, Cuticura Soap ant!  Ointment Completely Cured.  I   if  l):ivi'ii|iiii-i   I'-.i.-ii), Tnnmlii, Onr.���������  ���������--/.ini'i fu-.-ii. Miiricil  folirn   I   wnn ll  ���������-'  ", on my I'iii'n nnd i'i'iiIp.   Ilin.riiiril ili-y  ��������� ' , l-yi I h'-ivli-lii-illl, lli'iuiii'iiif in ifiiWi.  . "-i'l-il vi'ry lii-illy iiiul I nun olill'ti'l !������������������  ��������� my l'li-i'li Ci'il up i'o ii--. In iirrM'iiti  'ili-.'-j ii-iy fiu'ii."   l.llilo vlild! waii'i-y  ��������� ,  ,.-..-: ���������] nn my linnil-i ami I'.u-o nml I  ��������� i Uit'.uy liiiiun fi'uni wliiiiil I'i.)'ur.iily IW11  .    !( I'liii.rd >ny flic" nud li'inih lo  > badly.   Tlii' 1 r.-.'-iii.-i. ln<i!,' :i wry b;i'l  ��������� '.i'i, .'itipenrliiK nu my I'iu'i; Jn lllllo wnli ry  ,!''i',"i ,-,'i liad Umi I r.iiilil li.inlly bi .ir tu lin  '"'i     "'" li.-ilr Iiii|iu������ iiiiiuriillv very  I 1..1111 i ii> l)ia|;i-uliu: liiii-iiii'i'Mul iiuii-  ',,';,. v i>i.Kl/ri-|i'li-'') ���������-'���������  and -���������:--������������������������������������������������������ mid  - ii'U'ii'l ofiiioiioy tryinn toKia tuobiil"  ii-'ili It. did no |.-(nj(l, Allinial'i'lvinI wo-  .'iciiili'i! l.'titlnii-.-i h'.i.inpuii'lOiiiUui'iiiiui'l  " ia:!''i* ii'.(d ���������Hi.'iii, Wo apullod ilio  :��������� "ijni A'lii'iiiii, i'i my l.u-u, it������.,.,a ui.-i  1'iii'Miil iviiiilii-il villi llu* Cmiiuir;), Miifin,.  .1 ���������!!ii'('i-/.fi������ifi,li.vau todl^ippi.-nr,   lii'ton!  , ,nail' I   ||ci|j    l,;^;,,,,!    |    Wiui' I'lllllpUHcly  va!,''    (.sliiiL'il)  .M)..;; (.uiir;|nni:o Jane,  :��������� -j''., nun, . ������������������������������������  "���������ii'ili'iim J-iiwri nti'l Olnlnii'iit do co much  ,'���������,-,'��������������������������� I 'I'-l'h' if!-: i'a-'. n������ii*!i Mm;  Ami, wuly N';il|i'i."(lni'.ilniif, thy, I tiiu uml  ��������� if milr. cliai'iin-'l (iiiiidn and ������iinpi'l'"'i  0', Hi.-:I I*. In iih.'."-! <"rlcnlual nut u> u������n  ���������n,   :. Atitftunm 1-4i't'u it !>ii!!:t-li'iit, (,'uil���������  ;   ���������..i,|Mll|il f*Illii''IA Oilitllli'llt  arO.'^'lilil  .!.'..���������'.-.-Kl.sfff imiil rl'-.'ili'M i-vrrywIiiTe,    I'or  if. ti wuil|i|o of ti-rli, V.llll Jf.'-li,  ,,,������  ),.>trf.!iril  t> I'utior Drill} it  her'?, ;;��������� -yxyy^o -. y;. <-:;. y; 7y-yyyy.y  ?:? l';shpuld bo- yery'aglad J,i? you would,  said '-Miss ?Hose?lieni'tily?;: A*iytbih{.i!lb  break 'up;?l-liis??drqa,dful?icycom.iqsura  slie;.sb0ws-~aiid?-son)oliow 1 feel as������;i.  Miss Duninid iwOuldAiuTO .more'' ibflu-  eiice -witli? lior'than, any ,0110 else.v  Without, Toiilyiiig ;: to"-this A-Thbrbld..  got bis' hat and, giovos? and :iu"���������:"ti' fow  minutes?Ahoy;wero .seated ?in a,AiaiA  som, driving,.: rapidly towardis ''Miss"  Hose's liouse. :, Tborold did iiot; speak  atall? and Miss Jlosc-Avas ecjiuilly silent. Jufit as,. tbey drove up Dora  as it happened'," was: st.artil)g������,oft' -on  hor mysterious; daily absehco tliat^so  troubled ber' aunt...; She:'did .not seem  surprised;to, see Tliorold,':and bowed-  to? hiiii<"Vit'i vim indifferent- air,? but  when he aslced it' ho might aceoriipany  her shes looUed'up at him in? a'stnrt-  kMl/way.-.-:.,';'' .    :,.. a?,.-^ 77.:  Oh? no? she said c|iiiolily. ami allien  seemed to uhdijrstaiHl that thoro ���������.wits.  a?steady iiiteiilicn in hi? mind, ?';'Uii'r.  wiiy ?" she aslvcd.;' ; '������������������ .y ,., *���������  ' I .want, to -soo AViitonj.Mayne, ho ana-  .werod? ? .  " ..;��������� '"7"   ":      ':-";''   ���������'���������'  , Sho started'again iind looked round  (luiekly.? Thorold,; "Witli' .uv intuition  new to him, imderstood thai,, thero was  something about?W'ilton .Mayno which  It is a mailer ol' vital importance  io every farmer, Iio'-sc-ovucr, and  sloeUriiisor to know exactly what to  do when one of his aninials is taken  suddenly sick.  The letter of Mr. .Fj-iii.k Cl. Fuller-  ton, wliieh we print below fives' in-  format ion of inestimable value, and  tells of his oxporionco In oiiring ailing  stock during ib>-* past ' tliirty;ols'ht  years. y '       ���������  'Several ycar��������� ago  when my horse took  colic 1 ,usod to i.ive  them Cayenne Popper in hot milk, but  in a lew'cases only  i!id it help' and be  cause 1 had 110 proper means at band  1 lost several va'uable animals. Soino  one 1 old mo of the success Mr, W'.eud-  linp,- of Brock ilie. Ont., had iu his racing stables with 'Nerviline/ so 1 laid  in a supply, lt wasn't ver,,- long before Nerviline saved the lifo of a  valuable stallion of mine, which was  worth at least *-������.l,l)i������0.00. Tbis  horse w; : lakcn with colic, and would  have died had it not been for Nerviline. 1 have used .Nerviline for .-o-  ducing swellings, for taking- out distemper lumps, and easing a bad cough,  and always found it workeC well, 1  recommend ������ every man'-who owns  horses or cattle u* keep .N.crviliuo  on hand.", ���������_  SUJCA "TJlBTll l~sl7er  1 .ar?;  EoTUes?  25c;?all?dealers, 'briTho: Catarrlibzone  Companv/Kingston, Ont,, ahda;Buffal6;  ���������N,y. "a'a??-^ xy,yyxy:yyi'yyy~::.  ���������nho. desired lo    keel)    secrei.  llur  and  the people about- ai'o~ljegi7rnITig  to watch us already.  Thorold-nodded, and followed Lock  into, t,iic small and dingy public bouse  he indicated. - L Y  t'fo be Coiuiiiuod; A     **     I    For Sprains,and Bruises,���������There is  ; nothing beltAr foi* sprains and contusions iban Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oi). Ij^will reiluc. the swelling that  follows?a sprain, will cool the inflamed  llesh and draw the pain a. it by mag-  II: will-take tho ache out of a  READ   THE   LABEL  COR.THE  1      SUMER  PROTECTION OF THE CON-  THE INGREDIENTS; ' ARE  PLAINLY PRINTED ON THEIABEL IT  IS THE������ONLY WELL-KNOWN MEDIUM-  PRICED BAKING POWDER MADE IN.  CANADA THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN  ALUM- AND WHICH HAS ALL THE  INGREDIENTS PLAINLY STATED" ON  THE    LABEL. ;'   .  MAGIC  BAKING   POWDER  CONTAINS    NO   ALUM:  ALUM IS SOMETIMES RETERRED TO AS SULPHATE OF ALUMINA OR SODIC ALUMINIC  SULPHATE. THE PUBLIC SHOULDNOT BE  MISLED   BY   THESE   TECHNICAL   NAMES.  i'^smvsa'ATWn*  ^EffiacEii^  E. W. GILLETT  COMPANY  LIMITED  WINNIPEG TORONTO,   ONT. MONTREAL  An Objection  A hunter more boastful than successful once joined a bear-hunting  expedition. During the bum, as,this  man was resting- by flu- side of a rock  and talking iu another hunter he renin rkod:  If them's anything 1 dote  bear. A slieo of bear-steak,  done is just lovely. ' ���������  Well, said his companion,  up, I'm hanged If ibere isn't  there now,  The man who doted on bear looked  ui5, saw an imnioiis grizzly slaud' on  top of a rock, gave a- ye.U -and leapt  into the woods and disappeared.' Ills  companion soon overtook bim, and ho  said to the fugitive.as Uo came up: ,.  Why, J thought you,?!i5<-rv. bear.?.,;  Well, 1 do, said the runaway, 'hufl  that one ain't done -nongb. ..  on.  it's  nicely  looking  one 111?  Callinri  Hei*  Mrs. re.;or----Oh. dear! 1 haven't  a thing to wear.  .Mr. roster���������If that' "so may 1 hav ���������  another hook in the'1 closet?  MAN SUrru.i  TEN  Minard's    Liniment   Cures    Dandruff  Murk Twuit. iu his lecturing days  reached a small eastern lov . one. afternoon and went before dinner to a  barber's t-*- bo shaved.  You aro a strange- iii lown sir? ihe  barber asked. :  Yes. 1 am a stranger iu town was  the reply?  We are having a good leuturo here,  tonight, sir, said tho barber, ;>, Mark  Twain lecture. Ar,e you.going (0  it?  Ye*, 1 think .1 will, said Mr. Clemens.  liavo you got -your ticket yet?, the  barber asked.  No, not yet, said the other.  ���������  Then Sir, you will' have to stand.  Dear me! 'Mr.  Clemens  exclaimed.  1. seems asAif 1 always do have to  stand when A  hear that man Twain  AiuitAi-rc.  GIN PILLS COMPLETELY CURED  '- Mr. 1.1. ('. David, ot'Cornwallis, X.S.,  says "About, a year ago. I was suffering so much with a. dreadful Lame  Back and Hips, that 1 could not. stand  up -straight. 1 was infurmed bv a  friend about. (UN PILLS. 1 got. a  box, It li.lpod mo immediately, I  lm\i> uikeii about twelve boxes and  the pains in my back and hips are, all  gone. 1 cannot speak too highly of  your GIN 1'ILLS."  I'Oo a box, 0 for $2.iiO. .Sample free if  yon write National Drug and Chemical  Co., nl" .Canada, i.jmilou, Toronto. -11  Mrs. Newlywod-~-Why, ye������, 1 will  lake care of your uog while you are"  away!  Mrs, .1 ones���������Thank you so much���������  and be .-ireful of-him, won't you?���������  nover give him any of your cooking  without. Hi-sl iryiii.; It on "our husband.  Now, litile boy,-, said a Sunday  school loniil :-.��������� as'* she'beamed at the  llltlo faces before lior, what, lesson  rain we learn from the busy beei,   ,  1 know, suld Tommy.  . Yes, Tommy, said the  young woman, and what,  kindly  'i������-ll.r������:  : ? Not.?  ViUlL'd  Iii- Hie ivftiillior-rthoi'i  '"kinking abmi 1 it.  If isn't ih'e  liort of thing 'j'o.ii  Ac.  'iliat ehinu, ho inucli as sticking io A  And  when slio spoke her words astonished  lilm. for Bin- said slowly:  Hut Wlllnn Mayne--bm. there is no  such  iiiuii!  Do yoii Jii'-nn thai he i-������ dead? Thorold  asked,   .  Ilo Is not no, liii.-py, .l.orn answi.-ivil,      Promptly said Tommy:   .Not  10 gel  .She walked on when sh - bud said  stuni-  this, ami Thorold  walked beside hur.  Tilling)! iH'lllii'r ol' tliein spol-i.   llien j    Poli.'ii-s ar<  wnr. botwi'.n lhi'in u .sympathy of ^or-|ls alwny- souiooih  row that i-ai-h fi-ll. 1 bough iieiihcr 1111  dersn.od.    Tlicy had alike gone i|ow .  Inlo  walcir. nf j_ri'-f thai   had  (lowed  ovei;, thcni till tlu-y erb'il  that    they  were cut    nlT.    Tiny    had    followed  pnihs   thin 'bad   led  them  into darkness   und   not   Imo   light.    Like   the  propbei  of old tlicy  wci-.. lllled  w Ii li  blilcrni'Srt    and    luiuie    drunk    wit'.i  wormwood.   A   i-a-i-sc   oi'   coinjiiinloii-  >iilp  roue bi'lwrcti  tlu'in- boni ol' lhe  sorrow Ihnl cin-h ciiuiii'i'il, and Tliornlil  suld   ,'ibnipil.v:  .loan  I um  Dora,  Tliuiiibl biiv. 1! hi,- !,<ikI, 'I'll'-  words had ben simple I'liriiigb, bin  tlH'iv was in llit-in a depth of fc-i-liii'.-.  tlint Hindi1 ihem wi'li-oiue lu his soul  as rain lu Hie spilng iliu<-,  Tell nir whore you arc giiiii;;? he  asked,  I mn going, she aiifwercd, 10 sic if  I I   I'lill   lllld   W IJIuil   .Mii.-in. .  j     1 uu :,.*' ..:.:���������..'.-.'-I !.     '"  !-'''A  ill   Jul'.  llow should you? ;lie laid. lint, he 1 (j,,,,,^.^,,^ mt-nltunotl In tlm jiiiper,  is very 111 lor hiu neck bus been bun ..|n iinj���������*l*-H������ iK-siiLnniun I trj.'il ibis  and Hie wound Iiiih lesieird, and now j fl)0ll ,������������������, ���������, ������������������,������,, .j..Ai)h.d Hl,x.���������Rl|,,  l tMuif blood iii.lroiiliu. has set in.,,1,.,,1, Mll,i ;,pp,.|iie 1 mu now able lo  Siiiiii'iliiieH I liojir---! nop''-- >"'��������� ii"j work all day at ine mhi-e .mu .-nm,  jii'iiM-i! sii-iiiigely. i      ! ui nigh!, without Die iiervuiiii cxhiuiinl'.  Put If you have a g >od doi'iur, raid', |,., nun. was   usual   before    I   tried  Tliorold,. tuiroly he could recover. >"������>���������*; crapcNuiH.  "It b-aves me si 1*1 nuiin-nr-.l, iclrohh.  ic  bruise and prevent , the flesh from  discoloring. It soe'uis as If there  was magic In it, so speedily does the  injury   disappear  under  treatment.  WLon a nian '.ells a young .widow  ho is striving to bo a better, man slio  knows it s bin ibe prelude to a proposal.  Millard's  Liniment. Co,, Limbed.  (Ion!lemon, ��������� 1 have used MINARD'S LINIMI-'NT on my vessel and'  in my family for years, and for tho  overy day Ills iuul accident.> of life 1  consider ii, has no oc.iial,  1 would not si iu- on a voyage wiiliout out, If it cost a (loJliir ft bottle.  V K.  ni'lKlAUDlN,  St,  Andre,    Kainour.  Sehr.  CAPT  'Siorki  'tiBka.-'  Hobby has just 1 ('turned from his  llrsl Christinas party nnd ninmmii,  who ha* a visitor Is very proud,  Well .lobby, boy, did you have a  good lime, nsl's nuuiiii.  Ph, huh, Hinders Hobby.  And now lell in:minia and lo".- friend  what yon.did at the party.  Crowd up,  To have the children. sound and  healthy is tbo.. lint care of a mother.  The cannot bb -.-healthy- if troubled  with worms. . Uso Mother Graves'  Worm Kxtcrminator.  - <-   Yes, remarked Jenkins. 1 gave it  to him straight, J (.-an toll you; told  bim just, exactly what ] thought ot!  him���������and a- bit more, psi-haps; nigger  ���������than me? he continued, noting the-  loolc of interrogation, on llobson's faco,  yes, 1 should tuiuk '... was; and he's  got. a. temper liko a   1 know ho has, said Hobson.' And  that's what puzzles me," D'yon mean  lo pay he didn't try to go for'you and  hurt you?  .Tonkins shruggged his shoulders,  Hcally 1 ean't tell you, he replied.  You see, when I had ilnished all I bad  to say 1 Just hung up tlu: telephone  receiver and walked away.  Thoy had beon making hay while  the  sun  shono  and   when  they   hnriS  Ilnished a high haystack the farmer's  boy shouted from tlie top:  Say, mister.,, how nm 1 goin; to get down:  ���������The fanner considered ihe problem  aiul linully i-olvoi", it,  Ob, jest shut yer eyes an' walk  round a bit.  From Female Ills���������Restored  to Health   by Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable  :-. Compound.  '��������� Belleville, N^C&ui^.^'Idoctoreil.  for ten years' for female''troubles and.  did not get well.5' li'ead ih? tiie paper'  about Lydia 10. "Pinkham's Vegetable ,  Compound and decided to try it. ' I write  now to tell you that I am cured. You  can publish my letter as.a testimonial.','  ��������� Mrs. Suvkinh Badine,,, Belleville,  Nova Scotia, Canada.  Another Woman Recovers.  Auburn, NaY?--''1 suffered front  nervousness for ten yours, and had such  organic pains that sometimes 1 would'liff"  in bod four days at a time, could not eat  or sleep and did not want anyone to talk  to ms oi* bother me at ail. Sometimes  I would suffer for seven hours at a time.  Different doctors did the.best they could  for me until lour months ago I began  giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound a trial and now I am in good  health."-Mrs. William H. Gill,No. 15  rieasant Street, Auburn, New York.'  ���������The-a'oove-are-only-tv.-o-of-the-thou-���������  sands of grateful letters which are constantly being received by the Pinkham  Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass.,  wliich show clearly what great things  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound does for .those who suffer from  woman's ills.   ?  lf yoii want sjic-  oial ud.It'CTvritc to  Lydia '13. l'inkhnni  .Medicine Co. (coiill-  <lcntial)Lyriii,Mass.'.  Your.letlcrwill lie.  opened, roiul and  answered liy a wo-  man and lie Id in  Strict, confidence.       tVBT/  1  ,m  M  al-  The  wheel' uf  pleasure  ioesn't  ways* run on 'ho s.uuro.  Most of our pleasures come under  the bend of bvaiiilcrH uctlvltlo.i.  Is dead  .sorry ���������  for   yuu?��������� aiiijWijri'ii  ,VVORKS ALL DAV _,  ^^  vn,wii. ,.,.,..���������,.���������,..,,  Studies at Night or, Grape-Nuts n.,.y ��������� fow nniiiilis a niurqul-i, man-  rood ; aged in gel hini.Hch' luviled to .1  '('onn ball. Tlie new-lleilgiid nmninis  could nol contain hlniHolf for Joy and  ('..haled proud Hiilisfurllon nt overy  pore.  <!).-.uoiiig iiroiinil ilie roiiiii In.,  cliiuiccd to spy 1 lie 1;tJI. ailgiihtl- Jlgill'c  of un elderly matron, with pro.ard  lips, a.H 1I111111.I1 iilriilil of viiKtlng her  hreiith, and iih loan as a 'lath. Hln;  wan (iil.iii!'; 1 lit* arm of 11 young geii-  llemiui.  Who is I hut ''liUiny-goiU',' suld llie  noble lord to .���������, gi.nth'mau stiindlng  hi la'alde lilm.  Willi a Knowing .-.tulle .aim. ilie  reply,  Thai  unniiy.goal. Is ihe Duchess of  _'_"_ .!'.., ���������;   ;p   '.!;(���������   )\\   "���������'"' '"  "Ivlu" her  III"  iiriu. iiiid   lho wife nf  Hie old buck wlm bus lho honor of  speaking with yonr ._nooII.iic\,  Sonii' oi llie world's great men have  Hoiked during ilie day nnd siudled  evenings io ht them ..'..'en I'or greater  ihlngs, lint, ii ri-(|iiires a (-nod con-  siiiiiilon  generally lo do Nils.  A iiiuii was able to keep ,, u_> wiih  ease   ul'ior   he,   hnd   liMi'inni   lho  siis-  liilnlng pmver-of (Irape-Nnts, nldioiigh  in.   had   I'iilb.'d   in   hrahli   t i-l'o)-"  rliiiiigcd Ills l"od supply.     Jle -ljiys:  Tlin'" youie. ago I bad a severe alii,ek of stoiiiiieh troiibl; wliiclj. lei'i,  ine unable, to eat ;m>tiling bin bread  and wuter.  Tlu- nei'voiih sliaiii at iny ofllco  from ii 11,111, 10 il ji.m, and improper  lOOllS   I'.lilhi il    111,1     I)',UMI    iu   I,ill   J,it.i,i  I).    1' i   .! . nl    iW'.iV.cil M-'ooiV-' were  ! fried   wllhoul     benellt    llnMl    1    saw  KEiiP BM HEALTHY  To lif-ep iho baby healthy lils little  stomach should be kept fiweel and  his bowels work,n regularly, Mne-  icntlis of the maladies which nil'll'  liuie oiks are canned hy nomo derangement uf iho. hlomacli ur bow.els.  Baby's own TlablotK are ihe Ideal  medicine for little one*. They t-weet-  en the stomach; i-op.'ilalo the 1-owels;  break up colds; niuki. leefhlng easy;  dispel worms and euro eoiinllpiillon  and iiidlgestion. Coneernliii; ihem Mrs.  fi. Khiiniioii; IJrney, ,\T,n��������� says: "I  have used llahy's Own Tabloid for  my two Huh; onefi aim 'ihlnl; Ihey  are Junl. what elilldreu need. I would  in.- be wlihout them." Sold by all  ineilicliio ilertlej-s or by limll nf "fio.  11 boN from Tin Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Mroel-vilh', u:il.  .Money would hmt 11 grout deal longer if It Wns ns dillicult, to spend ns It  hi to iieipilr.1.  Making Him Work ,  Policeman���������Can't you walk?  Inebriate���������Shortclnly,  but you  are  paid a shalnry   for   ������������������ Die��������� dragging  nio!  Philosophy  Tin; Irishman wna relating to nomo  friends in Glasgow bow, one night on  retiring to bed hn fancied ho saw 11  ghost, und httvlr.g a revolver" handy  llred nl it. Next morning ho examined ihe objeei ho Iind shot and dl.v  covered |l ,to be his shirt.  What did you���������.do the ? exclaimed  one of" tlio company.  llcdnd 1 just thanked lleaveii i  wasn't Inside ov It,  roplli-d Put,  lt. w\\ri nt a roee,-.iion nnd t.ho Indy  who hud been rending up on health  culture mistook Lawyer Williams for  his brut her, thu .loetor.  lis ll bettor, nho askod eonlldeiitlally  lo Ho on iho right, side or (lio left.  .Miidnuie, replied ihe. lawyer, If 0110  Is on the right side It often Isn't no*  ccKHiity to !!o ui nil.  .  lleing un optimist    vould    hi  right If (hero wns'n salary to it.  nil  Peoplo who aro lho limit, uro usually out of reiw.h of reimou.  j...   ,  ii   '1.  rn'   ���������  in- ���������'  ri 1 ��������� ������������������  !������" '  Cin in  lie was always healthy. There ought  lo be more limit hope that wllb care  lie  v III ri cover.  j did iml my. .-ni- iiiis\,en.i i-..r..>.  that my hope wn������ thai be will rci-owr.  Thf'i'old Jnol.t-d nl  li������;i   v.uiuL v.i.Ai  I Ie '.nivi that tlieif was hoinolhliig here  a.i.jVi- than h- bad Imagined.  Womanhood ^fer^^  "hnrnf'ler, re  .N'lng Li.iir Is a gri'.-il  marked I hi; I'l'letul,  11.-., ,,������..- ,i\ 11 1, 1,.  jiose >ou reni'iuber my  last sciison'.'  Xo,    I    lllllrl    CollfiH.^   I  seen you in the |)iilt.  llid'-eil! was tho rejoinder In ���������,_ tone '  of nentJo KiirprlHc, Then how on |  eailh   did   :'.'"i   I'vow   I'   (can   :.   !-i''a,-'l 1  |iei-foi'itiaiiee  have   ne\er  COCV��������� hi'l'l, Ui liwU'lIt * ��������� $��������� 1  \V   N. L. 07-5  nl, hiiUsIIi'mI',' nerves (pilclcl and loned  np, body und bniln waste .eMnred. 1  would biiM' bi co a ii.ii,,_ ^!,, Iiiuii, n\  mote likely a dead on- by ihis tlnio, j eharacKr.  0 ii. Iiiid nol hc.i u.: '!i.i|i'' N'-ii.-,"    Name given l<>    I'aiiaiil.iu    I'ohiiiiii       An Ii'li'biiian and ,1 l-'iencluiiaii were  i'o,, Windsor, On������.   Ilea,! "Th" |{oa'.', disputing  over  the  nationality  of  a  1    Me r-onflriiiil r������ wnlh by Jn.'i'siili-anil   i,,   Welhilh',"   iu   jd.g-.   ���������'There's   a . friend   of   iheir.,      s   ;ay,   said   ihe  '^hi. niiidc no objec'ilon, for It was In'Uiason," j Fi-enebiiiaii,    that     lie   w;m  born   III  bi   n.in.l th-At  i^cKibly h������> might  be]    ever read the above letter-/   A now   l-'iance. therefore he is 11 l-'rencllinan.  ��������� a ;.. Ip to her in the disk she liad nctjone appears from time to time, Thf-yt     '-������'(.  a'  all.  utlft  Pat.    V.v,,tirr:i,  lf  il.iin'.f of calling back  tti������> Hue Wii-iare genuine, irui:.   jim! hot   .\ immitn   h <���������''- -hi'lt-'. :���������.''.    I .'"''ti:   I.i t\<o 01 on  Inn   Maviie  t*������ r������*|dii(e tin* alien and   intrrett. "   , w������>b' \''U '"dl ibi-iji lii-'tilii>','  OR  Motherhood  Assitt Nature  now und thtn,  with a gentU  raihartio Dr.  PUree'$ Plttti*  emitPfflel' font,  up and invigorate liver and  how flu. Be mr*  yon fie I what  you atk for*t  The womon who have used  Dr* Pierce's Favorite  PrcHcrlpthn will tell you  that it freed them from pain-  helped them over painful periods in  their life���������and savcij them many a day  of anguish and misery. This tonic, in  liquid form, was devised over 40 years  apro for tho womanly system, by Ft. V.  Pierce. M. D., and haa been aold ever  Bincft by dealers in medicino to tho  ^benefit of many thousand women,  New���������if vou prefer���������you can obtain Dr*  Fierce'* Favorite PrcMcrlption tablet* at  your druagltt at $1 per box, a'<n in SOo  alio *r tend 50 one ve it y . nr,  H, V. Pierre, Ititffulo,. [���������-fc*-      *W-������lH**V>*V'l'l**K*p'MMfclT*  *  ���������*������������������������������������������������. *mm.-*,+\*+rfm  ****** *���������*.*-v������ ^rf^.-^-^t. .V*MI  ���������,.*_������.. w<fc<���������<r������<m* WMaiM > flKWMi  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. K Cl  .  tf  Rifles For All Kinds of Hunting.  Winchester rifles arc not the choice of any one special class, but of all  intelligent sportsmen who go to the woods, the plains, or thc mountains  in quest of game. They are designed to handle all calibers and types of  cartridges, to meet the requirements of all kinds of shooting, and can always  be counted on to shoot where they arc pointed when the trigger is pulled,  Winchester rifles aud Winchester cartridges are made fdr one another.  FREE:   Send namo and address on a .v.*lit c,,r,i tor mir Urgr illuslrjU'J catalogue.  WINCHESTEn REPEATING. ARMS CO.,       ���������       ���������    ���������       -    '  ������      NEW HAVEN, CONN.  Shattered  a young p������an recently got married  and took' a. cottage, determined to  grow enough, vegetables to keep .the  1 .u.schold going. lie'started to dig  up the garden, and after liaT-an-hour's  hard work was astonished to find a  shilling at, Lis feet. Then he dug with  renewed ardor. Several pennies', a  sixpence, and three halfpence'rewarded his efforts.  Woll! If this aiu't a gild mine! he  said, digging away for all ho was  worth.   1 wonder what I'll find noxt?  Uis arms ached, littlo beads of perspiration trickled'','..wu his wis*, ar.d  his neck l'elf as chough it vya-a break-  i'jg. . Ho could stick it no' longer.  Ho straightened?his hack at last with  a groan of pain and at the same time  felt something eold sliding down liis  leg. In ,a moment he Imd grasped  lho truth. There was a hole iu his  trousers pocket! ���������        .'  Rather Har J j  tt.ispit~yos. I am a solf-m-uk man. ',  Cynlcus���������Well, I must :-av you are;  entitled to a gixat deal of credit for i  ,yoiu- oharitnblo act. j  ' ^aspii���������W'hat ehariialib- act?     '     I  : ' (.���������ynieus-"l;e]icvii:.., Heaven   of   tne ;  I'.sponsihlUt..  $700 IN CASH PRIZES CAN BE WON WITH A LOAD OF 15 STEERS  at tbe  FOURTH  ANNUAL  TORONTO  FAT  STOCK SHOW  UNION STOCK YARDS, TORONTO  SATURDAY AND MONDAY, DEC. 6-8. 1913  There are other Liberal Prizes oflered.���������Entries close. NOV. 25, 1913  Tor- all'information  address C. F. TOPPING, Secretary,  Uiiion Stock Yards,"Toronto  EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:  Robert Miller   J. H. Ajjicraft, Jr.,   J. W. Whcaton   Martin Gardhcuse  FREEo  . Callj' Market Letter and Sample Grain Bags.  Send us your nama and address and wo wlll  put-you on our mailing list���������it's free.   Lot ua  Keep you posted on market price's for grain.  Personal attention el von to soiling and grading of all ���������  cars. Our Car Tracing and Claim Departments work ln our  clients* interests'.. We have every facility for prompt service and  wo, (ret best results for shippers.  Send to-day for a supply of sample bags and deal with *,  firm whose business-, hns heen built no by satisfied customers.-  CENTRAL GRAIN COMPANY. LIMITED  COMMISSION MERCHANTS  .'������������GRAIN EXCHANGE     -    WINNIPEG, MAN.  Paid-up Capita!, $150,000  References,    any    Bank  Commercial Agency.  Mlnard'3 Liniments Cures Burns, Etc.  A cortaiu Jiltlo pirl in East' Cleveland lms li.on ill for some time. Not  so torrlbly ill. but euouj.li so that sdie  couldn't ro to school and liad to got  a RToat Uoiil oE peillng und indulgence. "  Thc other dny .sho said to hor moihor:  Mamma, j want papa, to buy nio a  clog. Not' a littlo do;:, but u great  big bulldog.  Well,   dcai'ior?  smiled   tho   mother,  we'll have to sec about. Unit' af-.������r a  while.  "No", I want it right now.  Don't you think you'd bolter wait  till you aro well?  No, mamma, ] don't. The sicker  .1 am lhe more likely pupa will lie lo  buy it for mc.  1 am going to marl :ui anti-noiro  association, said iho man who is-always promoting something,  I low. will you go about it?  * Woll, tin- first thing is lo get iho  public interested. I have already en-  fi.lgeU hall' a do/en speakers ami a  brass imnd, <���������  FIRE IN THE  HUMAN  BODY  or  FARMERS  ������^";n,ways make surtf of getting the highest    ".Ices    for    WHEAT,    OATS,  ������^������^ ancl FLAX- by shipping their'car    lots to    TORT   WILLIAM    AND  ,   PORT ARTHUR and having them salt1 ������n <���������-    mission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE  WELL-KNOWN   FAR ME. V   AGENTS  ' 70r*703 Y,.- GRAi:    EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  The body j;- ]ik0 o furnace, ahd the  food ik burned or oxidized- just as  coal is burned :n a. stove. When too  largo an amount of-i'ood is taken or  tbo digestive system is deranged, tho  food ferment"! ��������� and forms poisonous  gases aud waste substance which  causo pains and aches,'rheumatism  f.  .1 serious diseaso,  Jiilious nl tacks, lio.idiic.hcsi liver disorder* and kidney diseases have-their  beginnings in overeating or the usa  or foods which disagree. To prevent  serious diseaso it is .absolutely essential that the liver, kidneys and bowels be kep, regular and active by ur.e  of such treatment ..-��������� Dr. Chase's* Kidney-Liver Pills.  On account of artificial foods and  modern methods ot lifo, almost everybody finds it necessary to use medicine in order to keep the.* j organs in  active working condition..Dr. Chaso's  -liiiluey-t-.i-v.r-���������Pills���������are-most-satisiuc-  tory..because you can depend on tliem  to produce the desired effects.  A physician was driving through a  village, when, he saw -a nmn amusing  a crowd with ihe amies of his trick  dog. . The'doctor pulled up Und said:  My dear man, how do you manage  to (rain your dog lhat way'.' 1 can't  teach mine a tingle- trick.  ��������� The man glanced up wiih a sluim>  tnisllo look and replied: Well,' you  soo, it's litis wa. : Vou have to know-  more than the dug or you can't learn  lilm :'<'thing,  The feacher in a .country school always tried to mako .ho lessons as  interesting  as "possible.  Now children, she said, let me nee'  what you remember about the animal  kingdom and the domestic animr.ls  that belong to it. Vou have named  all thc domestic anir,r\; but one. Wbo  can tell nie what ihat one is?  There was no reply.  What! exclaimed teacher. Does  no ono know'.' u has bristly hair,  likes the dirt and is .fond of getting  into the mini,  A small boy ai the head of the class  raised a timid ' and.  Well, Allen, said Uie teacher.  Please, ma'am," said ilio little hov  reflectively, il's mc.  Health worth  having  ttiftkri  life V, or ih Iivin..     if yen  Ir.trX iv. down.witlia tsr.'Jer.cy.ovwird  ' (Licit and Y^r. tra-.bler. cio.-.'!r��������� on  yo-.:���������act quickly ani w'.__!)'- ni9  NA-DRU-CO r-,  v  y Ta������t. lets Preparation ol  Cod Liver Oil  This Ii a perfsel ,-n-i ; >,���������.:������! ct-mt-li*.i!lsi ct tlu  best Noiwrclan CeJ Liver Oil with Ka'.t iis:'.-j.i,  Cl;tny Baii* .wl".lyrcpl-.csi.l-.lte.-.. lt i .:������,���������).���������������_ v.-^;ie I  er.frclrs, frrilfi-f. tho sy.-.iftn to resist ccucl.a ail  eolJs.a:-.iE!vejiliai al-e-.m-ii������.B vl'.a'.:ty which makes  ona cbi to l-.-j a'.!-,-!. As a fee Mr--.lo at!-, v.-asline  I'.iiiesj. cr fcr weals, mi.-.y ciiiljreii, il Im fs-.v, lf  any, cr;;!;-,.  St  VJA-  ��������� CO.  l!i.r.O,-.a-.,l,t;:.OOb;  ���������it:  !ysur Dr  *i.>-i.  National Drug anil Chemical C  o. ������l Cmaila. limited.  iroEK  a M  i.  <0J  ^5     '  V  Y  After the tire lhat destroyed Uaril urn's museum, tho proprietor eoh-  sulted his friends as to his wisest  course, lie told Ihem l-.o had a fortune and could easily retire; from business, ,   ,        t   .  Among his friends was IIfiraee'Greeley.  What shall I do? asked llarnum.-  If I were "you, replied (ireeley 1  would go fishing. . t havo been trying  for thirty years to go fishing, and  have never boen able to do it.  A Boston man has a .son who has  just entered school. He A\*aa supposed lo bo enjoying i , but one morning  he walked inlo iho dining room,  where Ids falher wa.- having breakfast and remarked:  I'm tired of goir.g "to school, pa, f  think I'll stop.    .     - ���������      '  Why? askou tlie father." ' What's  the objection to going to school?  Oil, answered tho bov, it breaks 11 n,  the day so.  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"3rd  CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS  Reduced Rn*es Effective    November 7th  ��������� Halifax-Liverpool   Service  Vlt'glniitii  l^cc.    GIU  VIclorliui      Dee, SOtli  Portland-Gla.-gow Service  Jcar.illnaviim Dee, .)th  ^"Jan ���������'   Deo. llith  Boston-Glasaow  Service  via   Hnli-  f.i**  llosiierian  ,..    i.i,?Ci \\^  St, Jolin-Llverpooi Service  Tnnisinn   .-. Lite.,  Ahn  Reserve   Berths   Early  . i'or rate*5, roiorvnllon of lii-rtlis, ete., miply any railway jigcn't, or  W   R.  ALLAi;   General Western Agent, Winnipeg,  ������  [1  "IS  I'n, hmIiI lllllo 'J'oinmy, you know  ,11m and lloruco? Well, pn, .Mm ur.l  lloi-m-e Hti.v Uielr pvayni-H every night  and ii������k (i'ml to nmke 'em good boy*.  llow Hire, Kiild Ilio fill lior. llow  very  11 lee,  Ilia lie nlii'l. iloiio' It yel, po, the  " littlo urchin ndduil.  An old belo de villi durky was colled upon lo mako n few remarks over  "  tlm uruvo ol' ii I'i'loiul.     ilo leinuvi'd  ' Jill"  liaf  and  ulepprd vovereiiily arid  Hiitlly kiwiird tlio open w'nvfi nnd in  Holeiiin, ruiioriil l.oiien walil: "Krlday A'l-  ���������   i'.cr, you In koiio.   Wo liopo you ls  ,,, ..1 'i.'.-.i.' '.v. .-ii^t... ^i*'.i ..I*...  ?VM  veshocs  Rubbers and  Ovcr-StoekliKjs In One.  r.n>? In |nit i'.ti an.l laVn o!T, l'.r will  ���������t.ncV wull���������Wi sr well, Ail >l������l lit  Viiiiir-uiinUiillili'iiii.  Iluj'Ultra unit yuAiU jr.iin.-lf tn I  ^(������ll,l!)T (imil Vlinlrl ull, .  Cimilm ComtlKilcil Mtv&i,  tkiiWti, IW.u  :De&|eis;  Overt ken  Jt wiih u wl/oiied lltllo unin wlm ap-  pciired lu.'i'oro Uio niiiKlnit'.".i and  eliar������i-il IiIh wlro wlili lirulal ami iiIhih-  Ivc tiviitmonl. IIIh l)(iltei-lia:; wan ������  bI.V, li.ii'iro-jawi.'d woiuau, willi u do.  ivnniiii'd eyo.  In tlio ilrst place, wlmro did yon  inept this woiiiim wlio, iioi'ordiii^ 1.0  yonr story, linn Ironled you ho divad-  11111 >'7 asiked  Uio  iiiiulbtruU.',  Well, ii'pliod fho iliilc man, ninliliin  a brave atlenipt to ,;|uro dollniillv at  his ivlfj. J never did nioof hor. 'slid  jiiiit kind ul' overtook jue.  o Drives Asthma Before It. The  smoko or vapor from Dr. J, D, -Koll-  oss's* Astluna Hemedy ^ives astlinui  no eliauno to liuser. lt eradicates  the cause, Our experience -with the  relief-giving remedy shows how actual  and positive ia tho succor it gives, it  is iho rosult of long study and experiment and was not submitted to  tho public until ils makers knew it  would do its work tvell.  The mistress eanio downstairs and  tried the door of tlio sitling-roum, only  to find it locked against her, while the  key, which"' was usually iu ilie Jock,  was missing,  Bridget, I can't got into tho sitting  room, she cried.  Sluire, it's inesoU' knows that; an'  yo won't fur I ,liov th' kny in my  pocket.       ���������  '  Open Iho door Immediately.  Will yez go In If I (lev     -  (Jorliiinly I will. -  Then yez won't got tho kay.  Open iho door, l any. What" do you  mean?  ���������Sliuro, it's,by your own orders. Just  yesterday ye said: Don't lot mo 001110  downstairs in lho morning nn see  any dust 4111 tlio ������!tllng-rooin furniture. So 1 just purs tho kay iu 1110  pocket, tm' says 1, llion sho shunt!  Tho best biniiil or cligion is tho  kind n num uses lr. lllu business.  Tlie celebrated French poet Saint-  Foix, who, in spitt of bis large income, wac-always in debt, sat one  day in a barber's shop waiting 'ro be  shaved... . lie was all-cad/ lathered  when lhe door opened anda tailor entered who happened lo be 0110 of the  poet's iirgbst. creditor.. No sooner  did this nian see Siii;!t-_*oSx than lie  angrily demanded his monoy. The  poet composedly begged'1 him not to  mako a ' uoonc. Wci.'t you wait  for the money iiu'iil I am shaved? he  asked.  Certainly said lho other, pleased at  thc. prospect.  Snlnt-l'ox then made the. barber a  witness .of lhe agreement and immediately look u towel, wiped the  lather from his i'aoo iind left the shop  iind wore a beard io 'he end ot bis  days,  C]  rooD,.  keeps liorsc, rows, sh. ep and p'tp.-i. in. sucli pilme condi-     fl  /������  tion, licc-iusc it is ttimpor-.tl of llie sime herbs, roots, '    *   c* /.  seeds and barks tlint tlitsu animal? cal ficclv when  rimniiifr wild. Wc rtIiuI these ten mi-dii-inut suits!nnces  to .1 fine powder, nii.-c them tliurouglilv smd give thcni to you,  at then- best, iu international Stock, l-'ood.  _ Tills is why o tablespoon ful of International Stock Tood,  with the regular srain feed, helps dii,"-.-.sliou-nia!.-ts sound, firm  JleMi���������tucveascs the milk supplv���������ami pvotecls 'animals owiliist  disease and sieknes^.' Hnl'l bv tleixlers t-verywlierc. If vou will  write and lell us how many head of htool; vou own. wo will  lorward to you nee our fci.cjo. Stock nook. no  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO. LIMITED,        TORONTO  &A  f>Sa_a^9_^������??  SSmSm?  THArS IT-- IKNOW NOW !  ��������� I receive highest returns when I ship to"  Canada Atlantic Grain Co#, Limited  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  Ci-aln   Exchanne       -,      ���������   "  Winnipeg,   a\s,n.  Licensed���������Bonded ��������� - . Estahlijlie.'    1910  A C/iN/ipiyiN Knight  Distinguished Service Order  GOMPTITSIIO N  OI*' THE  R/llSCGE  A Vaste  J the F FD/illey Gao.l No Dust  NO W>JSTE   I    HAMILTOI'        CANADA     I NO RUST  m  llollo'way's Corn Cure lakes (lie  corn out liy tho voids. Try it and  prove it.  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN  TO  PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  ?i������Vn ������?,m,yls?!on M������H>������iants Winnipeg, ManltoDa  r, "9 WIIh L������<Jlnij reart: iJort A-lliur or Fort William. Notify 1'oter Janes*  Co., Winnipeg,                                  r  Liberal Advancai                      Prompt Return* Beit <3r������d������i  mil  VV, N. U. 076  Thr- Woman--IIoi'i;'n   i\   womloi-fni  ii'i"*;. i iillV-' llt'l'll li'iutllli. of 11 11)1111  who I'l-i'ida-il l)io"iij.o ul' Hilly wlllunit  lfiirnln;: how to yoaft ov wrllo, ]\(.  nut ti voinnn iuul far hrr nniio hn  niiuli* u Hcholiu- of lilniHi'li* in iv,-.)  vr-nrs  'J'Jn- Mini--Tliat'rf nothing. I liiiow :i  man wlm wan ti profounil iioliolur nl  forty.   Then hr> mot u woinnn nml' fm*  ilOl' tflil'i*  111'  lillllll' a  fool of ll|lllH"ll'   In  two ihiysj.  Yf������'!i- l-";fil ������Iii|i.-ii-<ni"itl n-i*-'! Ii.   i"!���������;���������  <'\JW IISlVi.'','  Yc������,  lilnlinl   llie    'iiillir-i'l   11 ��������� 11 s-1   lil-i".  iv.oe, )( I ft,  Slill. I Hiijipoiu? yoit h.-iVf lo iii.'iiti-  tain It?  Well, I tlm.'l Knoiv. ^iiliiftlnii's I  lliltit; ii \',-oiili| In- ciii.:i|ii i- to |,|.|.\ Hi,.  I.i.-..  Toasted to a  Golden Brown!  Sounds  ''smacking goocr  doesn't it?  Tint's  Post  Toasties *  Tender, ihinbilsof the best  parts of Indian Corn, perfectly  cooked at Lhe factory, and  ready to cat direct. 1'rom (he  package ��������� fre-tfi, crisp and  dean.  Tive re's a delicate sweetness about "Toasties" that  make them the favorite flaked  cereal al thousands of break,  fast tables daily,  Tost. Toasties with cream  and .a sprinkling of sugar-  Delirious  Wholesome  Kn:;y to serve  Sold tay Grocer.; i-wryv.*' eiV������  1.1, * -..  Cuii..il.aii I'... ii:;,-i i'.-i.-.i! 1   ..  ,.��������� -:ii.  I.h!..  V.'l'i.l.'n'. 1 i-i  C'oolc (7 it.tn.)���������risnso ina'ani Uio  doj? f^ot hold rif tho stoiilc ihnt was  for broalifiml. Shall 1 .;o out and  got niiothcr?'  AflslrcBS���������Is ihr-rc any news In the  niornliiK liapor?  CoolJ���������Yop, hul ceil, mn'am, V,br,  in uiloiit ami horrid niiii-tli.'rs, und  honiL- cxiilusloUH, anil i-iimorii of an-  othor wnr.  JllslrnHs- -Vory woll. Warm over  somcLhlnj. lofi. from sti]ipor nnd iiIiicl1  the pn per hy my liusbiind'n plato.  Irrltn-.lng  Iiiiil lll'iul: --What ai'i- yon j_oln_;  to onil lho now linhyV  Uoi?,lnnlil Clainlo, topllo.l UIII i.i. llnd;  iHti't. IU*i;intild tJliUKlo it l-iilho? nf-  I'oc-U'd liiitinA  Yos.' 1 want lilm lo R'l-nw up ro ho  <i Uulll i-r und J fancy tlmi. Ui-rIii'iiUI  riitiido will Ktart Roniolliliif? cvoi-y  llmo hv 'Aooa to a now .������o.hool,  Cntchlng thc Peru  I Know I hul hoy, Jf)i<h 0' iiiliic will  iiiukii u i'ok'Uu' j-'.olf plnyor 0110 0' ihoito  iliiyii.  lliifi ln> liiKon up iho .'.anu'?  Not .vol.     1H11L 1 liavo wnlohoil lilm  al worl: nnd I havo nothoil Unit when-  ovor ho Ih   njioolully    inlf.THlod    In  i'omolhliiR ho   J'.-ii'   iiiilnr.illy   t-tumlM  pluion-toi.,  An IiIkIiiiiiui wiilli d ]jih> n cloiliif'r'ri  kIkmi lho olhor dny nnd Hiild: j  01 want lo ko| HomcihliiK fi-r iiioui-ii-  ii. i.'ii'   1 .'���������'���������  (u .', . '1 ��������� ���������    '        '  1   ���������     '  -   ������������������ .1... ....   1.mi r, ,  What tlio coofatom   Ift,       \Vh:il   t\n limyi  ho wi'iirin' now for ii.niii'iiIii'*_* !  If dopomls, i'\pl������iliH'il the Hiilosiwui. I  on how noar i|u- relative i.s for wljoinj  ymi wlnh lo iiliow lhln mark of lespocl,  T'or a vory near ninl Ivo yon .should  1 ,,,11 ,, !  j  ".. I������         I    VI        ���������    I- Mil   All     ���������  1 not ho near yon may him- a limud  j band of liliu-k un thn iori arm or 11  ' lioiiioi'.'hal na.i'1'iiv'er mic fm- MHiiHmily  ' llllll'''   lllslillll.  ; o.-li! Is linn IIV Well, thin. Kivo  ! nio a  ulioi' Mrliiir,      li',-. in,.  wolfe'H  '  Pll'lie"  WE py\Y THE FREIGHT,  At the  Factory.  Price  Buying nl lhe faclorywill land  tins range at yonr station freight  prepaid for $20.00 less than  the next best ������t6ve on the market. You pocket the  dealer's profit���������about 30 per ceht.���������get a beautiful steel  aiul malleable iron range built to lnst a lifetime. And what's  more you save money every month on your fuel bill.  Every Raima \.i unconditionally tiursntui'd.  Dominion rnde   ;;:;,:r  Rang  It'i as good as seeing  the range to rend the  complete and dear description in our book.  'Hie boolc also contain* ft  history ol cooking worth  reading.    Let us send  Ginncln Mullenhle <S: Steel Range  Mft.. Co., Limited, Ovb������w_, Ont.  Ciniti  Uillesili 1  liiel ninge M(|,  Ci., Limited, Oibiw  flut* SiB.I Hook.  11 tUt i,llfl*t.ll������..flt<!>.*..tlMM  itllittltt t tim..ii.Mfli.i>Mniii. tttlt  AiHi'ivr   n.ifl   ni'iMVf  11'. h '-rov, 1 hoi.I llui ,iii inn!,)..  I-l ; i-lu'iilii lie cotiipi'llcii to wear imif-  i!i : .-.  . 11-��������� I. II. .V fit'-' 1 - Cfiinp-il-'iiin  i.!"iti|i| :n.I he in ee-isiiiry, I'.'n-tii-iil.u Jy  iii1: r.._.  ',iii   <''i'.il  .-e.ua -t.  Explained  ri.i'lo Yes; iiticf. I w.i.i !,.kr' prlrt-  (.nor hy ln'Iiaiiiil--', 1 nil Un-y lunk awny  nl]  my    lothi-K,  Nepin-v.- -riidii'- i on ii" I i "li| w ith-  1.nl a 111  i.-lriihi-KV  I'lii-le 'Nn Vim M-ia ilii y |,i-|.i mc  1 ii, I'l'iil  willi lin-ii' rill. ���������'.  Four fl.MIs  'I'lii. I'loli '(if -II. I'ii:' <"a -c ef MUtl-  ,-hu1 v-niliiil ilu- h.iii J' i ��������� : i'neii Iii.'  plili.-lil   ill   Ih'-   -  .nIo Need to Explain  Mi   wifo lot'.!  h"i' I'liliii'   vl|i, :'!,", i-.  ii  tiir.a.'i hiiiil    n    -;:iiMiin!,in",    man.  WIllll' I'ollIK IO li'W.   CY e-i.i:I',i"   Ii -ii-..  ,'  iiKpilroil a  .;;.nipai'ii- i-i  Dliln'l I fin) tv had ������'n i.. oi-;. ' ���������  i1'.' ji|inW(-ri'd Hi' .-ail-'-' 11 ii ������������������ ,'i, ��������� ��������� ,i--'J  i'-, 1 1 uiui- I.iii'A   i'. .11 ,-.  ,.;i ��������� !. ���������    i .  Minard's Ulninent !.?!���������������'.".1 N'jinlgla  .\1i-..oiil   M'li'J.il  hilll   lll-i   I'.ia't  Wli;,  'I'i.mln;.. ' \i i.iiiie il tie- Suid.iy,  I'on'l      e.-ielier,    ll"*!#"' , y cU    Ni>'    J'OUr  ��������� I    -liiV.. j |U'.l>i !':���������   i'V"IV   lli;;ili'''t"'IO:      .Mil.   iiO   l������  ib .t: m  ���������-Tj.tT.TCTC-?j:raTr"__.~jr_  ��������� tm mm*:.^^^pM^^^^y^^^^  ^p^flKA  !fa3 Ottintorlajid Hews'  ���������-.-.,; od Every by   Wednesday the  Some*   Sfc   Cumberland  Publishing   Gonqpany.  Thi������> j������jwr u'rll vi"t hold -itself  .^sponsiblo for tho opinions oi olh-1 ,?  .���������rs,-as \nt\y appear it; ity uiliv.nn  .'.*i*lU  tilliO tO 111)10.  Ui aTUiC COIINTY i Oi XC O^ff    _,-.,.���������������>^^ fl-'  NARAIH^IIOLIPKN fc5*~*i^45^^    ,'  '   ,   . . ?|  AT CUMBERLAND, &* "  IN THR MATTER oi- Si\������vh El I  onov Tyson deceased, in t������. state,  AND     .  WKI.-NESDAY JAN. ������1   10J3"  WATER  NOTICE  ,   FOR A LIC'KN'CI'-;   TO "K\ KM AN!).  I'SK W.UT.K.  NOTICJ"! ii hcrdiv i;ivp;i  thr.t KM|tii-  ������������������,!-. it  Naiiu'iiih)  UuiKuiy, i-f   Yictoi-iti.  i-.'C  wi; 1 aip'y I- '," o. luci'r- id ti*.!;c nnd  ,.  ��������� KlO.OOO f.'Oliov'   per'^1 Iimi'H, i.f v.-idei*  .mi-,i f T'liiiui-s Ur.o1-'-" ������ I i.'ii  li-"VJ in   ������  ��������� tii. ily   du-c'.i"t)   Uii-muii   New oust li-  Distiiol .ri I c-rj'vi s iut-i Sh-;i*.!a 'u" tleor-  . i   tuiii ti trtila-n wot   A-' H'u   (.nali-nm  .'.iv ���������-. lie walor wi'i he iViv.rti-d ul ���������_"J0O-  .-,;.-'.-on ;.   '"i-.-'ifi   !a:liv:>y n-n-1 ������ill  Ik������ n.scd  ���������ir Koni r .1 railway 1 U ["���������'" '���������> cm ,ll������ ��������� l'ini-  :.,.(-.. ii..i.I un U-dlway Uiij!.'. of W y,   Thi  . mii . wa. iniHio?! oi thn ground on   the  A,A tb'.y nf April. I9!i3.     'Ihn appl-uali-m  v.-i- iw (i'ci! iu tiiu u'Alfu <-' Uio W.itcr ite-  aoriler .v. V-._1.im-i, 11. tl.    Ohjoo-.lcias may  be. lilC'l with lho Bi'd Wat' r K-'c'idor- ur  :\*ith tlio O.-nniilniller of Water Hi^hi.,  pa lia'.u������i.t Uuddi ft*, Vio-  ri't  (5. U.  ESQUIMaJ.T^ _\i\NAl.\IO RAILWAY  Applicant'  JI. E   HEA.S1.KY  A Kent  ���������'���������\\;i\ ��������� "    myl -  WATER "NOTICE  VQK A LlCESOli TO TAKB AND  USE WaTIIH.'  NOTICE is horeby _i>-cn Unit. Esqui-  pii-l ..r Niin-iimo Kaihv.iy, ef Victoria,  B. 0 wnl jpidy f ir .n i c> riso u> tako aud  irse 100,000 :,'nl'iii. :?w- 2-1 ii-mrs, -.f .v.nter  f������u- of Sandy i rudf, which iln.i_ in a nor-  tlwi'ly (i.'f.ctio-i through Xov'.'nik Die-  li-ia dnd c-mntion itit-> D'-e. I'-.y, noar  K(.af.we'l O-ech' Tiie water will b.- diver  t ft ,iC 2io0" ( p t/cuiii from Kaiiw.iy (o-.ft  'will louBi-d fo; G.'iit-1-.'.l j-luhv-.y jmipOits  -mi tho land iltp.ciibeil um Hu'.l-.viiy f-tight'rit  LX'TUK'MATTER at3 tlio tlOtll-}i  fi.i;U Adiiiiiusli'iitora Act."'  ���������TA KE ^OTICIi. that by order  ul! ;IIig I-Joni>r Jiulgo i^tilior,  iniKle tlio otli d:\y of Novumbor,  IDI^, I was fippointod A(.litiii)is-  trittui* of ilio K;-:tmo of llw aliovo-  iiicntioiu-ii! tK'Ctiftsuil, and nil \i'H'-  tits l-.'ivii'.it ulainis nof-iiiiaL tho  shi'l o.statcaro licivhy voqninvl to  fi'ii-iiu-h siuiio, ]irojioiyy vcrifiod.  to inn un 'or boforo tlio l}>tl\ day  i>.u.inU*r, 1013. AND nil pnr-  titis tink'btoil to ������mid ostalo, nnt  aj(]iiii-(jd to pay ibo Mtnoiint ol  tlKMi-'iuiK'bU'iinoeS to mo forthwith. '    -  Dated this iith duy uf November, 101 II,  AV, Wksi.ky Ww.r.AKD,  Ofiicial Admiiiistnitoi',  (Jiimbcrliiiid. Ji. Ci  YV*y?  Thin ntico wk  ���������.A on    the   ,.,i^_,-l^,._*!.^_Q^/1_rl_V_^iP ' A_j,. : i 101 -I _  The ny.iil'cjt-ii.-n \\ill _ be- iih.nl in thn cilice  oc I'-.e \V..tei- rta;Cjrd.-i-' al Victorii. 3i. C.  pi'jjetiotB m-y bo iil-.il with' iho said  Wntor Rceorrier i.r witii 'ho Comp'.iollor  of W-������t< r J������i_ht.������, rii-liiiino'it llu ldings,  Victorin, BO.  KBQUI'tf ALT A N'aNATMO HAILWAY  A p pi i en ut  JI. E. HE^.RLiiY  Apcnt  nplie my 7  TN   TIIK   OOLTNTY   CO.HUT  'OF NANAIMO   J! OLDEN  ATCUMHEI'tLANT),  IN THE, iMATTER OF D������ni6}  _\!ug:ui diict'iiaecl, intestate, who  diod at' Cuniboi'iand, 11, C.   on  ' "June 25j.1i 1913.  i -  AND  IN THK MATTEH of the' '���������Official A4inini3trftlors Act.1'  TAKE iXOTICK thut   by   ordor of His Hgjioi*  Judgo Enrkor, \-  mado the 5th  dny  of Isyovqniber,  1913, I was appointed  Administrator qf.- tho Estate of  tlio  above-  mentioned deceased,  and   all par-  ties   having   claims   ngainst   tlio  said estat'o aro horoby required to  furnish   name,   projierly -vfiriiied,  to me on or before the 13th of De-  eeii.lier. 1913.    AND  all parties  ���������.lidebted-to-ssiid���������efi-tetcvj���������arc���������re���������  quired lo pay tho 'amount of their  WATBE  FQR A LUilUVCE T������.) TAKK AND ,.  US 15 WATKU.  NOtrOB is, horeby Irivoni Hut R qui-  uii.lt- &. N.i'uaiino Uuilwuy A Victoria,  H C v-ill'apji'y for alii-o-ici to tii.o and  in(> 100,000ffalljna pt'i'G-1- howri, of water  oiu. (if Hindi.'. (Jn'.p.!:, wiu'oh flows in ll  i-Ofihwiy ilirofihcn ihronpih Ndpoii Dib-  frit-1 rtt.d uiiipli-.H inlo buyiw 'Pound nnftr  Ttnb'r. River, Tlnni'it-i will Im dive t d  at llO'.)"ui)Hl.eiiiii frmn Rtilwuy uud \v 11 lio  used lor General Ruilwiiy |i*.ir|nvpj en lho  ] ind dewibod fn vuiLvuy r. ht i f \v..y': bin  no*.l6'i wna . o.itod on An ^roiuil on Iho  3rd d.iy nf Aprjl, Ipl.'l. Tbo ai plii-iifci.n  wi'i I.s lileil ill t'ip 1111(13 nf thu Wator  R.-coi\J.or, Victoria, B.O, O' joiifciunH may  bo filed with the mitd Wutir Rconriler ur  ivitli tin C'imptriiller of Wn'cr U\y}\U,  P.irbfiiriunl Ilmli!in-_*.i, Viotoiii, 11. C.  ;..;so[WM.n;r a wxaimorahavay  Appliu'int  ll. K.     V.AibLY  Aifiint  jfK TIUC COTJKTV COU11T OK  NANAIMO HOMION AT  CUMBKULAS!)  IN   Til 13    MATTKH  Ob'   J.din  Hmlili also known tw .1'fihii Hiuylh  docOi'iHt'd.-iii'^'-Hto.  'Aie dii-d nl  liuiil WuM^on .Tnly.r>, V.Hli.  AND  IN Til 15 M.A'-iTKrt of (he1 O/llciil  A Imit'iainiton* Act"  /rAKKNOTICIO llml l>y ordor nf  ,JIi������ IIiMior Ju'ljzn Hacker, madn  tliooth dav of Xnvu'iiher, 191.T  ���������I iva.i aiuidntu'l Ailniiiii^irator  nf the; E-.l'i<f* nf l\v< iihovi> iiicif  lio'.uA ib'Ci'itWtl, and '-''l par i'���������  fniviiiH (ditiuia  .ij;niii '-  fh'1 mid  indebiodnots to me forthwith.-  Dated thia llth|dny of November, 1018.  W, Wkbi.hy Wir.r.AniJ,  Oflieial Administrator,  Cumberland, B. C.  IN TH iO  COUNTY ��������� COURT   OF  NANAIMO -HOLDEN AT  CUMBERLAND  INTKK MATTER of  Daniel 0'*  Cocn..ll,nl!io known  B3  D.ttiiel.  John O'Co uinll, dt'Cor.seJ, ii'ites-  lair, who diod at Capo Com mer-  ell, Itupoii District on January  26,1013.  AND,  IN TIIE'MATriSit ol tlie "Officinl  Admiiiistraiors Aot." ���������  TAK1S NOTIC1-. thai hy oulorof  ilia Honor Judge JlnrkeJ, made  lho 5ih day of NovoinDor, 1913,1  w.ir apjiointed Adrainiptralor of  the EbUi'.o of tbo nbovo mfintioned  decanseil, imd nil pnrtii'B hnvin}?  claims a{',uiiv)t tlio paid efilaie :iro  huroby rt!(juir������.d to furnish aamp,  properly verilimi, lo mo on or boforo the YdA\ day of December,  1918. AND al\ piiriiosi iudohtod to  mild (|'iito, tro required to pay thu  amount of Ihoir indubtnlnocB lo  mn [orthwilli.  Dat'-d Ih in llili day  of Novom-  Kor, 1013.  W. \Vhhm-:v WiT.r Ann  OIIIH il Ailmli-t   -���������   Cumborlnvn!. V- 7-  vid , in')! ������������������'  f.iiiln ,ro ivri'bv rf'i]'iir<'.l 'n I'nr rrr(. t "    i  WATER  NOTICE  I-'OIt A M(JBNi"..ll H- i ������!  11,-SR WAT'-'..���������.  NOTicr: it in"-'i'   ���������������������������-������������������'  nwli &   >i'llii:d it"   !'���������'-'���������' -."    ���������  11,0, williippt, l ..  lli" 1UJ.0./I) I'.tL ai  iiu-t nf ltny t'ro ;.,  i'i,)  ui'ii-;.  .  i i    i'l'r  ah .  ND  '������������������:    Ii, .-|iii.  ������������������: V-"--rj,<,  ��������� ��������� . .- mid  .. , al .lifi-r  ��������� ic .i li^i'tli*  li)  u  Anything you want  and whatever  way you want it.        ..Below are a  few cfthings .we j rint  us a i rial Order and see  how well YOU will be pleased  LETTERHEADS  JJILLUEADS  ENV]IC1E     '  PAMPHLETS.  CW^OGUES  MENUS-  ULOTTKllS     ���������  DODGERS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARPS  JUJSINESS CALID3 .  WEDDING I5TATIO.NEUY  ������������������ 1JALL PUOGIUMMES  ETC., KTC, KTC,  ������ Mt%-m^'t*r*m*-*m ws-*nM*w*.r*nfl'xma.-vTw-Hrsj*+wn^^  mmmmWESE&tSimX  SM������>*i*f.Hi;W .wimM  mBSFwrnmamQ  VVi^'i^i|'.^Jy������V'  9~W^ tl  1 ������������v  nWh 9',\iiKh prr������|������������rly vriih-d, t<>  .mo on or liisforc (ho I'd h d.iy of  Wciiikr, lf)I-:. AND ..!! j.-.r  ti������-H indc'itcl I'i r ii'i 'i-f-i'", sir"  rf-piir''.! I" pfiy ibi* .unoniil ������.'  Iheir indchto ln':'*������ f������ ";������������������ Jcr'i-  witli.  pMftd thia IHh  diy <f   \' ������rni-  bf.r, mn  W.   \V!,-.!.I'.V \\ .l.l.Mth.  ''fliciiil / 'i-iiii.i-i.'.t'i.i'.  C^iru'i' il-i- L l'<- *��������� .  i.- t:.  !'   i  m>   ���������������? "rpw^sk.  mt-  IXinsmuiv Avenue        Cambei-land, B. C.  \ 'it .m.. ;��������� '  |->iH"IM.\n  1  *, ^^ ^iMummiiN'*''  ^  ������"'.  *-''<i_i   NOTICE {a horoby jjiveu tic t npj������Ii-  .oatiou will bo, tna.lo to tlio -Superintendent of. Prm'iuci������l Polioo, Victoria for a  license toeell liquor by wholesale upon  ths piou'iatis oitiu^-d on Lot G, Week 15,  dm b������land Townsite, Cumborland, & U  - .OiALI MUSS A rTO,Applioa..t.  D.*.tod this Ist d���������y ..f Oosober 11)13.  ll���������.^*^ CpLUMBIA.  iNUHUlli ia ln-r������liy givoii thutou ihu first  duy of l) ,a Aw .iu.xt applicaticiu will be  madji to thn Superintends t. of Provincial  l'olico, Victoria, fertile renoval of tlio'ho-  tt-1 li-jKiiso to eell l.quoru by __t_.il iu tno  hotel knowu tty tho L iruo hotel," situa'od nt  Comox, Ji, C. Gnoiwit M.'Barmw  Dittd Octobor 1, 1913.  Union Steamship Go. of B/O.  TUE S.'S. CDWIGUAN WILL'SAIL -AS U-NDER    -'  ���������NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leavo Yauouuvwr, Monday, at H p, m.  Arrive Naautiuo, at U.3Q p, oi.       *    ���������  - Arrive Union Bay, "Tuefiday On. m.       Leave Tucs n.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. m;     Leave 'JWlay, li a. w.  Leave, NiiiiiiimM 6, p. in, Tuesday.'   Arrive Vancouver"U.SO p.m. '"  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.. Arrive   Na naimo.', u *o p. m  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m.,Depart 5.p.m. -  Amvc Comox, Sunday 8 A.ui, Depart 4 pan.'    c?  Subject to cliauge without notice.  ?. NOTICB ia hereby given Uml at 'lie  u������ct mtotinjf of ilia liy-anl of Lieosao C in  ir.ishii.u.oi-3 of thoCity of (umb.rinn.l, I  i tend to anpijr f���������_ N rono*nl of the hot-  el lioonuo hold bv mu for tho \V������T. rlj  IWel, siluitUd ou I.t 2, bloc1: 3, Cumber  ;iiud ToAiisite, ' A  FRANK D4LL08  D-tcd t)������w29tb diy^if Oct. 1013.  NOTICE is hereby ���������given"'that on tbe  first day of November 19.-*, application  will bc made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a reuowal of die.  wlijlc.alt.liqu ir license upon ihe piein-  iscs known as Lot 24, Subsection j, Nelson District.  '    PlI.SIiNER HltKWINO COMPANY.  _^->tcd October ist, 1913  ������������������>���������*������.���������������������.������������������   ������������������i������ii���������ni___n���������r��������� **���������TinmiWMM������������������Liimji,  NOl'ICK ia btroby -ijivun thai. 011 tho  flr*t dny of Decondu'j* nox* application,vwl'  h������ mndo to tho Su-jo.inteudmit of Provin-  oial Polioo, Viotuia, tor a r, imv.ilI of tbo  hutoi l.i-eneo tu ooll liqum-e by rr.Litl in  tiio hold knowu nn tbo Union hold, Rii-  unto at Uuion, B.C.   Juh*. N. .McLbw. "  DueM_ the 1st day nf Ootob"X, 1018  NOTICE id horeby ������iv*n Uiat ou tho  tfraidiyof D^Miuibor noxt, upplwatua.wiij  4m nuds U> Jvc .laportiitunileut of Pruviuoiftl  I'olice, Viotofia, for Uio HMiawal of thu ho-r  ���������W lioanna to sell liqtt'jxa hy rutail ia tJLu*  IijI*1 kuowu m tho _lvm-*ide hoi������3, litiutca  at.Conrtutay, B. 0.. O,. H. IfocHKxji  D*to������i o0.ti*ia i,'vm,  .  -��������� WOl'lOB to iift������������by i.i������'w thnt <_a.,Ci.!  firsTdrAyof D������conil*or uaSw^liijati'i^ViV;  bo iaisdo,tfl lb$W^:.--U%_)iii vt 'Pr'.vin-r  ftlio  I  thO'  Notice is  hereby given   tb.'u ,at   the  next meeting.of the  Hoard of Liccpsu  Commissioners I intend 10  apply 'for a  renewal of the hotel license held  bv nu-  _ or tha Now EnjflancI (lotei; situated on  I ilock 3, lot 3, CumbcrUnd Townsite.     ,  JOSF.I'H WALKER  Da'cd Oct,, 29th, 1913,  The purest and best HKER,' and  made in Cuuiberland.  l?sio^xix.siVi  ''it!.   ���������" ( _   ���������rum .   t^jjt-.*.  ..-    lt..^^^ui.l V      V*       k   *  '������  cial V-A-tY, vT4v>Hk, fiw f|5'i'a>40*?iof  .. hotel liYxai^ti'AA lUfitnlfYiY akiilvn   hoW'.kV.������v* Btho vrtbJb __a"_vcTtuatei  Bflfliiih m x BQRiPi. xlytuy* oa t^ ftUo, the fam<iu������ _.JL>VAUK1JK  ,���������.,-*rWJIUlLSi-Al!ibjii__������r, Ikfcomiafl, S__hl__, &a. ' 0������������0LI? QRJBY B.KAKD"  , ;,..,, W-JSOU^ V\ UI^Vj,      ���������   Be������t WLa.<us knd Liquore of ��������� a.!} ki������d0  .VS. ^\Yiwi<'w"d,LodgingJJii|)ar-*jPC'it vadti thp i:������n������iUu..p ������upermtou'de������co  v ,���������' wUj ly io>i.sd Fj_������t oluau iu every roupcut.  ATE3,  B&tkl Ooiobo* 1, 1913.  iXVORD lill'Mfl HOUSK  NOTIOISi* hereby given tnat ou Uio  fitot day of D.ceii>tx.r iwit.npplioutia.in, will  bb uiiidd to Uio Ruporiutotdent of P������" viri-  ������inl Poliee; Viotoria, for the rotio\vulH.f,i,hn  hottl l-.coiino to Boll liqnots hy rttail iu the  ho<ol known natho Nol.oti hotel, eitiuted  at UnjoH Bay, B.C. Jon.. Frahuk.J'  Dfttoil Octoi>er lut, 1918.  The Courtenay Hotel  '   '   " - .'     ' ' u     "    .   K yiry-fiOQ ^6tiienrc~!or"gtfCstS  Xho Ooatial Hotol for Sportsmen  None bui Uia Best of Wiiies and Liquors  , at the Mar.  .RATES REASONABLE  spl 00 par doy  NOTICK is hereby ^iven thai .u the  nexi meeting of- the lio.utl of License  Coiiiniissionursof ihe Ciiy of Cumbw'-  land, 1 intend ������o apply for a renew.il ol  "the hotel license held by nie Ioi the  "King Cieoi'^e" Hotel, situatecl'on 01 9,  block'7, Cumherhiud Townbite.  VIC'TOK BCNOKA  Dated tlii-; 29m d,iy iij' Ou., 1913  -NUi'lOJ*] bj h-r. br-pivau thutnt the  'iext meet.', g of the Bomd of J.Icjuw  Cuni������,iasio..i-r8 if tho Oity of Cuuib*r-  Iuin.', I intobd to np; Jy " .- in-eiuwnl ,.f tho  -rlio'esdlo ]j<*-,iQi> liociuo liold Ly. mo, lit-  unti'.l ow lot 12, blook G, CurobciU'd  (.'uwariito, ���������  JOHN MAROOCU.'  Datol \ix'.a 30th iliy of Oe^. 1'JiS.  NOnQSin ii borehy _ivcn lb-Wat tl_.j  uexl mfieling i;f- the 'Board of Lioenx?  C01uu.igajon.j-i5 of Ibd City cf Om������.b,r-  Lu-b I ii'teud to ������pyly ft,;- a rei-uivn' of  he vyholM^le b'qytu- lijuiuo he.ld by in*  au block 15, lot C, Cmi<bwl������i!d..T.mu_iie.  014U MJJS.A'ITO.   i  D-t.d Ikifl 29lh ftiii ot 0A��������� lUliJ.  XOTICK ii Unbj given that ar tb',.  .'(���������xt umotifg of tho Byin-d >.f Ueov.o Cona-  ii.sflOoorB of thu City o.f t,'ii!i.bi>rla::d, 1  .tODd,.io cpp.y for a reuewal <f the bot-  nl I'miw UoJd by me for ihe'Cumberland  Floltl, utuati.d onloi 1, block ti, Cuinl.or-  laud Towiifiite? -  WILLI A V. MBRRinKLI).  Dated t-.ip 29th day of (V/., JM'is.  'ADVKRTISEAJENT.  NOTICE i? hereby given thut nn  Acti'in hau been ruifed (tgniiirit tin-  Piudcnliftl   A-fiiriiiioe    Company  Limited, VI  Kenfiuld Street, (JI-.is  t;o\v, for payment'of llie cum  uf  ������131,.  being (tie  proceed-,  ui ibo  Policy No. .-1578-1(5 wiih raid Coin  p������ ny on the Life of Juluv.laek,  07  r.atigifiiuls lloud, (Jovan, Ohipgnw,  nnd thut the Sheiift' of llm Ouuniy  of Ln 1:11 rk, ,So(itland.   ha-,   ordered  adverlisi'inem of  nulice of smd sc-  1 ion by interlocutor, uh follow.; ���������  Giapgow;  10th iS,.j.iei������h������r, 1913.  Holds tl.o fund  eonooily fUied in  iho'Potiiioti. a.nd   in   le'poct   liio  Pursuers   mul     ison'/inal   l?i������iet*i>*  have 'consigned   lho  fund  ii:  ;iit<  In. dp uf lho CU-ik of Court Kxon '  yrs  and diM:luuy,es   Ihem  of    11!  claims in lhe   notion.    Appnin!;-  iiHimalion of   the    Acii.ni    lo   le  made by Ailverii-emont  published  once in a Now. pnper ciroulniin,. in  Cumberland,    Vancouver   L-l,n;d.  Urilish Colunibii, Canada, nnd up-  p into claimants in   lhe   fund   it,  lodge 'heir clniii,:; with  lhe Ch-rk  of Court  within  one  momh  from  the d.-ne of f-.i ch ful/erli-iemoni, mid  senda the .case   10 the adjustment  roll of 13ihcN^vt-iiilier t ext  (signed)  W..G. Scott Mo'xcitriiKi.*  Akciid. McM/Vktin,,  A true copy. S.C.I).  , In lorni^'lhereof noliee is'he:ei.y  given of i?aid aiUion and (f guid in  lerlocutu-. -  LOWNDES & HENWICK  . 2S Bath Si roe', Glusgow, Solicit  or."'for Koal i.iai,-er.  ������rewers'  oBetter, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors  NANAIMO, B.?C.  &3B*l__B_BR_aBSa������g8^^  -���������L-Jg.B-l.l   '.; John Johnston,   Prop  tf  A  IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF  NANA[M01IOLDKN AT  NANAIMO,  IN TUE ^rATTEROF Guisoppe  J, L. Coutiiienxa, deccRsod, in  toatittOy  lut������ of   N(������.   8   inino,  near Cuniborhind B. C,  AND   '  IN THB M.VTTEU of tho "Ofli-  ei.al Administrators Aot,"  -TAKK NOTICK tlmt by nr-  doj- of llir* Honor J'lid^o Uarkor,  mndo during tho inoutli of No-  vcnihorv JUlB, I wuh appointed  AilmiiiiuuMtor of rho Eetnto dfthw  ������U)Vo men tinned deceuci.-d, unci nil  paitioB Imving clniina finjninst tho  Oitid eBtAUi ure horoby required to  fuiiiifih HHMio, properly voriliod, to  ine on or beforo the 20th day of  Dwwmbur 1013, AND all pnr-  tiorf intioblud to miid ontato, are ro*  qnirod to pay the amount of thoir  indebtediwiw to 1110 forthwith.  Dated flii. 18th dayof Novoin,  .lw-1018.    ���������  W. WiWtifi" Willard,  Ollicial Atlininititrator,  Oinnbtrlaud, H. C.  0. H TARBELL  1 m K-mifiitii m*a****m**r.m*i****mi*mMm***m  ***m**o*,t+rti, 1 Bffcacnir, 11 ��������� ��������� w������awiMmi__fcwj������iawqA: v >ww usmiKmvivmvMm.  ��������� Wtfipwwiwf mn Mur*wm  Little cubes of .metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  1   Make the millions think,  1  HIGH GRADE STOVES*  J Awl all  KrrCHKN'ItJTKNSILB J  Sportsmens Goods  ���������  and  \  i General Harilware i  Violin Strings. Talking inn-  phine nccdUs and Vic.or Hccoids  for sole nl the Ncwh olficc.  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in Th.3 J5TEWS.  "N.uff Said."  ���������NOTIOK  -> *iJ,*'.i  A  Don't   ftiryct   to   pl.tcc   your  jjvxl order for printing wiih us.  Any poivnn ������n parsoim, aiming  ronioving or taking tiny hiooiiP,  tinilwr or wood, of any doseriptiodii  X'lougiiifT to thn Wellington CoU  n'ery Oo*yM or from or off tho land  of tiio eaid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company'������  hind will ho provocated to tho full  extent of tlio law.  AV. I,. COULSON,  Oneral Manager,  Co lliiM-y Oo,y.'  woxiisr  Ridii������g on locomotivca and rail  way cars of tho Union flolliury  Company by any poruon or per-  3008--except tainciew���������l.iBtrictly  pn-hi^'tted. Eiujiloyoe������ rre suh-  lee t A-ii-iniimiril for nlloTviu;! C:\lu-  Uy ordor  W, J.,  COULSOK,  Gcnciai Manager.  IN. TUB COUNTY COUKT OK  NANAIMO I10I.DI.N AT  (MIMMKUI.A.NM)  IN   TIIli)   UA'lA'KH   of Tlionmn  Smith, dcociiHud, in'.o.tiiio.  win  dlo.-l In Nolcon  Disiiioton Auril  26th I     .  >>AND  IN TIIK MATTEUiof iho-'Oflk'ial  Admini4ritnrn Aoi"  TAKKNJTIOHS that by order  LIQUOR ACT 1310.  .,'   Section 42.  NOTICE Ts hereby giver, that  on the liji day of- Deceiyber next,  application wilj. be made to the  ���������juttorinlendent of Provio.-.inl pol  4nfc_forg.11 -licease-for-t-he-ea-le���������of  liquor by. wholesale ;in and ui/or,  'hepri'mi.-:cs sitjated in the, (own  of Courtenay, B.C. knovyn. anr.'.  'defctibed as Lois 30 and SI, J.ec-  1:0:1 j61.     -  Dated this 31th duy of ,Oo ober  "union brewing company  Ltd.  John Mi'rocehi,  Mm in "or  .  Applieani  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section ���������!_!, .  NOTICE ia Umtihy given thai,  )n the latdny of Deeoiuler iu.xt,  q.ipii������.'ttioii[^wi]l bo initdo to the  "jtipoiintoiideni. of Pi'r.vincial Police for renewal, uf the hotel licence  tn i-'ell Hqii.or by retail in the Iio'e'  <i;i>wn an ine Mula?|iin������ Hot<d,  A imtt: at Liii,d, in the Piovincoo!  Hiiiirth Colonihin.  Ihi'ed this Sib day of  October,  1 si t '���������>  I i) 1 ll ,  Ell ED TIIU LIN  Applican  MUNICIPALITY^ .  OF '  THH  . CITY OEOU.MMERLAND  PUBLIC NOTICK i.s hereby  given to tlie electors ot" the municipality of the City cl' Cumber-  land that i,require tbo presence  ofthesaidelectbrs.it thc Council Chambers, City Buildings,  'cnrt-Irenr^1nlTij^f7?rnTmy;i^TF  LIQUOR ACT, jyjO.  l-ii������l.ion '12,  KOTICK ii hioehy civun thut,  '.ui the lat duy 0! Doeeiulwr noxt,  ippliealion will l*c iu.<d'i 10 the  '���������Hiperintomlen' of Piovim-hil Pol  ice for leniMv.'iJ of tlm h"l(fl liccrcc  .'.o fell liqwor by letnil in lho ho i-l  Ki.owii ii84,tl,i'i U'illmv-- Iloti I, miii.  1:0 at (Janiiihell flivor, in the Pro-  viij. 0 of IL'iii'h Columbi.i.  Dated  IIjih 8th dny of Oclnber,  li)13.  CHARLES THU l.l N  Applicant  at 12 o'clock noon A for   tiie pin-  poscof nominal ing- J persons   lo  represent tlmiii iii the  municipal  council as mayor and ahh'iiue'u.-  The mode   of nominal ion   of  candidates shall be a as follows-���������  The candidal s shall be nomina  tcd.injwritiny, the writing-? shall  be subscribed by .two- voters   of  the municipali'y as proposer and  iv.'.coiKler, and shall be   ddiveud  to lheaRelurninj>' Officer  at   any  time between . the   date of   the  notice and % p. 111. of the diiy  of  nomination, nnd   in the eyeut'ol  a poll being necessary, such poll  will be opened on the   151I1   day  of January, 1914, a'  tiie Council  Cham Ko s, Ciiy Hiiildings, Cum  berland, B, C, or'   which   every  person is hereby requiied to lake  noiit-s and govern himself accord  "'Sty-  No person slinll be nominal.d  or be eii^>ii;le;ni. a eandidale for  mayor, tiu!i.v..< he he possessed 0!  tht.* qualifications by law rctpiii-fd  1.1I Ih se ollieei>, ami unless the  candidate nhiill on or beluie the  liour ofy p 111 ol tiie day of in.-m  million, furnish tiie keiurning  Ollicer with a s;.,1- m 111. in wiii  iug, lijJfi il')iii-4 the land "Y leal  properly upon which he qualifies, his nomination shall be invalid and shall 1.01 be a. tec! upon by the Reluming Uflicev.  The qualiliea.inii.s ai ciudidiit.  for m.i)ui aie as lulhnvs;--'  lie must be a mac Lr?ti li  Ptibjeet of the fiul age ul" Iweuiy.  one ye a r.-i  and   nol.   disipialiii d  1      *-j 1  one years,  aud  ������-bt - disqnalifie^-  under any law, and has b������ea  for  six months next   preceding   the,  day of nomination, the registered,  owner in tiie Land   Registry Office, of land or real   prorerly in  the city, of the assessed value on  the 'last .municipal   assessment  roli of ������500.-00 or more; over atid  above any registered  encumber-  ance or charge, and who is u> her-  wise-'qualified   as   a   mnu'icipal  voter.  vHvcn under my hand   al   ihtt'  City ofCmnberhkud.ibij^o?'! -h-y  ol December,  1 oi^-  . .Ioii.n Tho.vson, "  Re'iiiiiiiiV,!, (M)ic.r.  MUNIcfpA"LITV ~"61~_T11 :���������.  CITV OKCUSr'P.lUtLAN^  ' NOMINATIONS for "School  Trustees will be iecJwd ni  Monday, the 121I1 day of Jaii-  uary, 1914, at i'2 o'clock !!0<-:i.'  The mode  of   nomini'.tion   of  candidates shall bear;   iAUn-.v--.--  'i he candidates .sh.-t.ll l.v  i.t.-uih  nated in writing.    Tlui   vntir.g'  t-hall he subscribed by two voters  of the mnnicipidity   as   proposer'  and seconder, aud shall be deliv-   ���������  et'ed lo'the Reluming. OiTr.*e"at  any time between tlie date m' ilu7  notice ai.d ^ p. 111. of tho  ri.������> o,'  iiotniuation. and ii^ l?'--    event <A  more tii ji m    two   ji.'J:!iir,f.t>'o:i;*.   ,i  poll will b'1 oj-Ai'-d tr: ''i.r.ii-A.V,-. ���������  lhe 1511*1 day 0/ January,    Xjy,  at  the   polling   sta'ion   at   the  Conneirchainbers, City'   fveild-  ings,    OumberhiiKi,    }',   0.,   of;,  which every persou is rcut*,ir������-d '0  take notice and   govern    himself  accordingly.  The Cjiialificatioi*,.--  for   tru-te?  arc us follows:���������  Ho'iiMi.t  bo a iiihIo B:*iii:*.h   #ub   ���������  ject of the fall atv  of I wentv-.-mr"  years   aj.id not dinpiuMCod   ;iu;ie:  any law, "and- hn've boon   for  Av  I  y  y  ���������     i\- ���������  -'' "t  r 'i  nioiiilis iK'xt pn'Oi'dincr 11 'aa d.'iy'o.f  iioininalion   tho   r:,<rii--ic!vd' 'owner  in the   Land Keoistry   '(.Hico, c?'  Laud or real properly in,lhe' cits'  of the assessed  value mi   tin.   )iiftt.  inunicipid ��������� n.-sossiiu-nt-  roll     of  $o00.00   or iii'ire, over and a bow.  any   registered   ciiyiiiiibr'iii'.e   '-(������������������:  ehargc,   and   who   is     (-'.'i.-rwis'.  qualified ns :i^ nt in; ivi jj.-i I vi.-i:-.  Given, under my l.'i.H ;.i. (hi-  City nf Cruu'-erliiiid ������:l.i^ yOlh  dny of Diceiuboi', lh\'d.  John Tuo:,!.-on  l!e:iii-|iiiig Ofiicei*  W^*W>'WW_ll HIIWIWWIM  <.*,<Kl',w.v4'i������^'*aa;*  &  In S  summer  ���������less, food is needed than  in winter. But it is essential  that summer food be palalable  and nutritious. That is why  die best of all summer fc*xl& i������  B&X&SEMa  ^.������  _. -������*i/  l&twuisl  NtyAi-m.*?} 1  ttU'&ii&r  i^  C33KSX__iSt  ��������� mmiwiivu  \nai> ny oruor ,    ,v ��������� ������    '  of Hiu ilot.ot;yud������!0 Bai'uer, trin.k   /^5#^ T/wd'fl 3?h03B5Mftb\9s, mitki i.uy law, audi   have   ueu  ��������� I.r.   I.  1.    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AND all |inriirs iudubted 10  Pa d ������Hlnli������, urn   icqiijjoil lo p.iy the  .umuiiiI oj   tijL-u   inieh vJ.io'b   lu  nip foiihwiiti,  Ihtid 'hi., ]it|, ,iliv (1( j;,,^,,,,,  hzr* 10J8  THIK it-' IT! %  Tlio  jwai?   '.hat i ivn   \)������.  you M*i>;*'c, aid    m-J    ������r  , you monoy without Injury   lj  %o lieudrt or /.)  article. im������ N  SuDlli/it Soap1^        s*M  turoB yvnah.    \V.ai^--?1,T  Into   pleasure.      \*&*f&tX*'  OolabcrufSurJIiclit 1'K_!S?W  to.ilayandtry. Ay^)/^  Follow  Directions,  14X+ *r  ^���������.���������iiS  M.>TICK. in li'.r.by ,-iVi,'.j Um ut tU  n- \t laoc'tinif'-f t .0 l.ionj . f |.to m.oiVn.  iiii.itii>ntrii nf tlm (Ily .if ('hii.IihIihh], ���������.,.  I'll.' iltn flli'j fnr.i n..<vit    ft!..  I,  ���������  nl liivnwt Itfjlil by en   f-r dm Vtuii ne  .'���������iit.A, t.itl- ti;i'i liii (lit ,\ ', |,.,'k Z   t'i till ...  ;iin! Tow 1 pi;.,  J.).*������!;P!I TUliA'K)  sei^ul viuue 011 the last niuuici  pul ns^'SMiieiit ro.l of yi.ofuo.p  mid above .iny xv^  iiiuuee iii   tmnjie,  A^I'a: d tin 11.1.  iiiid    vim   i.s  I'I  t   'A-  .1!  pal vuier.  Tin. ijij.i  '.di .ih'.i-: ni  11  Cock's Cotton Root CnKii^������?.tl  ���������Al j~-  W   W'r.Hi.Ky W11.1.AUD.      1  <M!i.-i.ti AdioIiii'tMt.r,   -|J- t*\Q* -l������ r Wt|I( ]���������;]?,.  Culiio ri 1  d, i'������. '.. ; '"'-,  :',ca'io;;.s:i.i-i:.,li(,,.-.'i-; ^r^-.U^.^'pfc ' ��������� y,    }. t  !     l!r^   ''-'  I    .   -iPtl.        '���������HI'      '.'.. I ill''     i.f.    Ul,'.'  ,.,  11 ai-v    i.s   : i.i ,.v-: y {y A. }ktj$*.A-.<,,,,���������������.;������������������, ^- .-    . .  j   iii-'iMWii in 1   in i-h' fcv^^''^--,...--''/  -:':';  -vl-if*' A .'tv :'-,!: ���������":- "'. \ ���������.*:-. :'. -'  *���������������'',..   '.   ' '��������������� \>~ -.'���������"      '-'    .'. ',  ���������' " V      .C      ���������    .    i<      .      ,   . ;.  ."'..:....  ..������,.- '������������������.-- rYj,  jfo ^w-^?mS^^Swi?/SS^^  TUE M5Wfl. CTmBTCttLAT-TD. BAG  ���������0������t oi  our Liver  is Clogged up  That'* Why You're Tired-  Sort*���������Horc no Apptlite,  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  rl will put you right  ,ia . few days,  ���������(���������  , They do  tlieir duty.  Cure  Constipation,  IMiousnt.s, Indigestion, and Sick Htadach.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine wustbeat Signature  Altered  The youth hail sot himse't into such  a variety .of scrapes that his peoplo  thought it would be bettor to dispatch  liim to Can-uL. so as to got riil of liim.  I Ilo nsi'port '.o go, provided thoso in-  cW-pjUed in his departure secured him  ������������mo' testimonial-*., I ralf-a-dozcn vere  goi for liim. Thoy sang of his praises in unrestrained terms, spoke ot his  seniuMy, of his tfood address and exceptional capability, and all Lio other  i virtue,  thai, few men have but many  ' _.et the crcdi- i'or.  When Lho young man rer.d tho testimonials ho turned io his fat hev and  exclaimed:  |    Well,  I'm  hiiused!   I had no'idea  i people thousikt. ao muoh of me. And  now I know how much they liko me  I'm Mowed it* I'll So away at all.  and baker as well as one of the most J[||  ;'-v*^v-'::;V:^ durable r3.ti.rcs made. iil'isliv*  '^P^S^||^^!S||_S8iffii^(i^BSiiS^fc. Sec the "Sask-Alta" before buying. '"'"'"'  I  Sold by, good dealers everywhere.  -*.v.v.v  v.v;.;;\  II London    Toronto    Monlreai    Winnipeg    Vancouver    SL John    Hamilton    Calgary    Saskatoon    Edmonton f|  mmm  '    .   -ERPROjF i. JLLAItSAND CUFFS  ,Koni'-*tU!ns;   H-t'e.   th .u   linen   and  no  1'iuiulry  li!l!.-"i,������ V.'.'iMs, it  witli  .so-iiim iuul  water,   All f-.idiTH or direct,   State style-  and -'"/���������'-���������     ��������� f,i- iiiii    We will mull ymi.  THE   ARLINGTON   CO.   OF   CANADA,  Limited  ' ������������������  _g  ���������-,-��������� sr Avenue,1 Toronto, Ontario  best aiid mm ro mm md mm.  Mjw. Wisatow's Soothimc) S.".u-. lias been  Ssi.l ior ovei SIXTY VKAKSI.y MUJ.IHNS of '  MOTIUiRS foi llti'ir (.Ull.DKIiN WIor.R*  'ATJKTIIINO with ���������'I'KUl'IiCT hl'CCRSS. K  !*'iOTIU*S Uie CHILD, SOl'TKNS Hip GUMS,  *r.r..Vi"fi nil PAIN CCKKrf W1M) COLIC, anil  M UitbeH rcincuy fot JHAKKIKKA. It is aln  li.liilclv harmless. He sure uml nMt tor "Mrs,  V/iurilow's Kuotliing Syrup,'��������� ami UYX.C uooll'tS  liiad.   Tweutj'-Uvetents ;i battle.  -WANTED at once  lVr,������t. .s, tn Worl; for us  In ki> - llmo/at home-. , No ��������� experience,  rccmli-cil with our NEW ART COLORING PF.JCESS Kas. ��������� and ^ fascinating  work, Com! pay. $<> c-mvass'nsf. Write  iir iri.sU-.iotions  (frc-o). '  ,       0  - COMMERCIAL / RT STUDIO.  315 College street.        Toronto,  Canada,  CANCER  BooU Tree. A nimiilf.  'Horn* Ircatmcnt removed  knap from Ihis lady's hreasl  Old lorea, ulcers nnd  (p'owlhs cursd, Di-scr'ihe  fesr .rouble; v. n wiil -irud book mi'l tcslimooialit.  THE CANADA CaNCEK  INSTITUTC. Umiteb  u> CH'inciinr.. Ave., iomnto  When buying your Piano insist on having an  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  -FREEIH AIL SUFFERERS  UyOU I.erOUT or SORTS-'RUN DOWN'Or'UOT TH* RLU_������r  *tHTK������ (rom KIOKKY, BI.S.Dl)BH, N1RV0H9 diseases,  emiOHicwiE/.KMKr>sta;ui.r.Kiis,:KiNeimpTioNi,piLfi.  'vtlla'fo.'my FflEB boolc, Tint UOST tHSTM-CTIV������  WIDICAI. BOOK EVBR WKITTKII,IT TILLS ALL abontli.Ml  pUf.Ajn. mul tlia rkmarkmilk cukes tmciKD In  THE HEW PREMCH REM EOY. tint, N>2. N.I  THERAPKIN &"������������!.  . RH'itheremedy(oryou* own illwant. Don'tnwlitsrt,  AbulnlnlrFRSE. N'o'loIlowap-elrcaUrs, D������ UICLBSfl  V.10 Co. UlVKKtTOGC KB. lUUPHTliAD. LOKDOX.KMfc  i ..ihi-;h ���������..'a.vtko-- no  autlstic  . uiinKiiii.-il ucfiiJIi-WfivU nl luuuf.*; mnlio  front ivi.. id livo ilollin:. jii-i- eluy dfx-fii--  ,'ifiii;;- rii.iiiinu loj'.,-.', Ai'inmir Art fo,,  ivpt.   li,,   !i|-.-.'iln!ljnnr-   l'.lf.i.l;,   Winnipeg.  lY'intod inuiisu ic1,��������� J, A. MAC*  MURTRY & CO,, Patent Mtorneya, 154  Gay Street,  Toronto, Canada.  Wlion it cminlry iloolor in Miiryliuul  M'rlvoil nr it f.orlulti ]iaU"iil.'B lionso  ho 1'i.uintl (lio nii:r. In u coiiiutORO enn*  illlliill,   II    .ilTlllllHIftlK'O  Mint.  IICCCHHII.IV  led viuifi'iilIioKrH (if I'f-fllOi-fillvo litliflj'.  I low* diil '.lils liii!i|ien, iloinniiilcd  Uie iioi-lm* win-it tho. IvoiMilr* wiib ovrir.  Uiil vmi tfivu Iiim- llu- i>mv<lci- 1 Iftl.?  Vi-'n, nlr. rr-Hpomli'il Mio I'-urful wli'o.  A-i inucli nit would j.'ii <m a dlui'' mid  un niori''.'  Von, sir. wo dniio Juki IH������* yon t*nld,  Mini i'i', wo i-oiililu'i. liiul no illiii'', at'  T hlirioU a nli:Ui*l mul Ave cents (Mil nl'  JJllly'n liiinl und iiiivc liim juxt lvlml  tli<\v woul' curry. ���������  bBHBB]  MVK  'Ij  ftS^T'  WMnSSSSm  i?t\^^Kwwl!*icStiSS!St  iliro  ���������_0c. a ht>x fir six bo><**. for \2..0,  nt all (Icair-r5., or The. Do'ltls Merli-  r.iiu;  Comprny,   Limited,    Toronto,  [ c.in.'ida.  DREADEDJEP1LEPSY  A Case That Should  Bring  Hope  to Other Sufferer*  TIipi*'. ui>   "any I'tisoa ol" ciplleosy  iucui-iiliU*. s'o  far u*<  prosonl.  ltiotltcal  liiunvlodgo (5xtends r.nd   tho   sufferer  ia' doomed lo go tlirouph Ufo a. victim  to a dl������o'L=r. which has strit-kon him  snddeiil-,*  :md  wiiliout  warning,   and  with f.-;u;li ico vrlng iifC������r;(,s liis mental  powers,   ' Talcen in   t.i.,'i(\   liowovor,  many eases of   epilepsy   iiavo   boen  ���������permanently cured lr   ;' ���������.) uso of Dr.  Williams' Pink I'I!]..,   and   in   eases  whoro Uu. tliiiensc lias .tot' reachod an  acaito form Ihis romedy h ivori.lt giy-  infr a fair (rial.  .Among tlio cure., we  Rivo tlio    VoilowiriK.       Mra.    Uohci'.  Stringer,  Mow  1 islicnrd.  Out.,  says:  "I liavo long folt that. Wo should writo  you iind ioL you know what Dr. Wil-  li'ims' rink Pills h-*vo done for our  grandson, wlio ' was    attacked    witli  opilcpKy.   Tlio trouble seouied to como  on  following an attack of whooping  cough.      .Uis jiarer.ts seemed  to no-  Lico 1hal   U-\  oyes  seemotl  to  biili.e  out, and thar, ho would ho uncoTiseious  for a fow seconds,    and -would   go  about liis play as usual.   'J'ho child  was live years old at Miin time. The  trouble '.seemed to be growing' moro  severe and thc al tacks to como ol'lon-  er, and as Uio local doctors woro nol  Lelpinj.   him   thoy  sent  him   to   th<;  Clnklren's Hospital ia Tor. nto.     Ilo  remained thore f.-.r-.a s'-.otL timo when  the doctors said iiis troublo was epilepsy, nnd they could do nolliiu;; ior  him.     Timo went on and the atlaclo)  grow ,wprso, and in tho far. of 1'JOiJ  my dauihtur wrote nio. that iho littlft  fellow was pelting 'so bud that they  wanted to send liim back lo thc hospital.      I asked iicr to send him to  mo  for  a   time,  and  as oue  of lm  eyes had become crocked I took him  to an occulisr., who said Ihis trouble  could ho cured, hut il liad :iolhIng to  Tin���������\v i tir-bring'i 11 g-osi-h.is-ot h _tuti_o.iib.l_A  As I know that Dr.   Williams'  .Pinkj  Pills were- a splendid medicine I decided lo give Ihem lo him, in the hop--*  lhat   they   might   beneiit   h;m.   'Wc  wore very careful as 1o diet, and as1,  to kec'innn' the child from excitement,  ln about, it nionlli wo .noticed that Uie  trouble Avas .lessening',   and   at   this  lime the littlo fellow rrduvned home  and liis mother kept ti|i   tho    treat-  mei.l.   In a few  months 'bo  SAimed  fully cured, but rturiuK 'Uio .holidays  the trouble  camo  back in  a milder  form and lho Pink rills Avorc again  reso'-teil io, and aRain   tho    trouble  disappeared, and jtUhousb more than  a year lias passed ihero ha   not since  boon any i.1ku   oi   it.     We  ,foel so  deeply Indebted fo     whnt   Dr.   Williams' Pink Pills have  ' no for liim  that wo hope tins plain statement of.  our experience "A\'iU benefit some other  sufferer."  You can got Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills from any deiilor in medicino c:*.*  by mail at CO cents a box or six  boxo-a for $2.iiO Trom The Dr. Williams' Medicino Co., Prockville, One.  Tho imirjHl, waa ;\ sportinp: man.  When lio alighted from his (rain nt n  small country station, ho liio,uii'(vl ..-  tho solitavy porter as lo a suilahic  hotol. (letting u snllsfuotory reply,  lio liu id:  Aud noAV, Pat, Avill you lake ohartfo  of iny Kim and niy dOK, ot cetera?  Pat JiosJlatcd, ant1 licratohetl his  head in u iui:''/led rniuinor; thon ns  Un Tourist wiih luivrylriR on Uio platform ho rushed forward and louehod  lilnt on tho arm, Hog pardon, yo.  honor, but will lhat Ktcolora bite, air.  No boll or pro'cocllon iirhIuhL worms  can bo Rot thnn Miller's Worm Vow-  ilora, Thoy eonsumo worms and n.n-  dor tho .lUmmcli anil intostines union-  nblo to tliom. Tlioy heal tho surfaces  that, Imvo becomo inilnmed by tho  attacks of tlio panifiHcB and fiorvo To  restore Uio slrenidh nC Ilio child thut  hiiH boon niidiirinliied by tlio drutiBlit:  thut Uio wormn havo jiiim'.j upon it,  and Mint 'ihoir oiionillon ,|s altost'llior  lU'itltll-KlvhiK.  You luivi! l'fi'ii wllh your firm it  loni; lime, ������oltl ;i man In hiu old  ���������,-('liooll'"llow.  Yos, iinHWi'i'f'd Ills friend, with a  patient expression oi eniintenimce,  Wlmf'.-i your ])onlil<mV  I am an employee,  Yi.'S, Imt' what tin you do?  Well. 1 am a doer nnd Uie otlirrs  are. frJIors,     il's lllw ihu,:  When iho  ^iHi.iii    i...'..'      ,    V."-'"'.!'!"'  ilniifi llfi  InllM  Ui,��������� en'-hii"' and the enebii ��������� le.lls the  liookkeejK r, and Um bmiKkct'iJcr i������I������.->  the .'isHiiita.nl bookkeeper und the iis-  .slbinnt b.'iuM.ei-pi-r ti-lls tho chl"i'  i-lei-U and Uu- chit't i-'.el'k tellt* me,  And what, then?  ,    A.-,,, i ������.,,...��������� ,'   ���������:��������� ��������� ��������� ' ���������'   ���������'���������  i I ha\o lo do It.  r  ���������FERRIN"  GLOVES  ���������are thc Standard of the  world  THE  USES OF COLD  Low.  :!?WHfe?*������lHl,H6  sndAJexandenmmim.  EXCELSIOR  S_-tiFE-INSDR-ANGE-������0r  . Assets   $3,300,000.00  I'nti.'rancs   ?18,500,000.00  ABSOLUTE       Security  fo. ���������'  Policy   Hotderi  Excelsior   Policy   Fcrrm   Approvatl  1<y   Dominion   Insurarice   Ocpiu-imont  For Ascncles iijiply to Provincial Ofllccs  ftt    Winnipeg,    JCilmonton,     Saskatoon,  Vancouver.  emperature Artificially Created  u , Has Done World Gcod  Most ot us UnoAv r. lot about hot  I air. but the valuable uses to which  air reduced to such deadly tempera-  lure as -100 and moro degrees below  zero may be put is by no" mean-a so  generally understood. Moat peoplo  think of refrigeration chiolly as a  means of making anitletal ioc and  preserving food, Tho Inlernational  congress of i-ol.-iyernllon wliich mot  in Chicago bas taught us t- what an  extent refris������.r.Uion enters into ael-  once, industry nnd Uio useful arts.-It  is .not only a vital factor in iho food  supply of lho nation, as was pointed)  out by Vrofcssor Soribr.er, in ehai'Ko  of Uio soverunmnt exhibit. It is also  claimed i'or it Unit of alt the modern  utilities it is the gro-alost. It is used  in tlHvmanutae.turo of many of the necessaries of life. It hasj to .cite convincing figures, comi to play such -ji  important part in Uie industrial world  alone that over a Mllion dollars iu in-  dusvrioi. depending 'upon abnormal  as well as normal artificially created  cold.  Delegates from all over the entire  wqjld have been making these facts  clear durlnj. the past fow days.     As  lo the- uso of refrigeration in chemistry, for instance Ur. Kammerllngh 0linos has (old of Uio Ih.ucfacMon'of gas  at a, temperature of -1-ti decrees below  ; zero, av within two degree:. ,of absolute -zero, in which, almost inconceivable -.omporalures Uto ooniposifion of  ! atoms may,'lieA'isscrls, be determin-  ! ed. ���������   Tho perliuaoy of the Vimc-worn  .} jest, nbout steam laundries bids*, fair  j lo pass away, thanks to refrigeration,  l toy it has been discovered that starch-  ���������led linen ironed in a eold temperature  j does not crack or fray and lasts long-  i or.     Itol'rigoration lias.provo'd invalu-  iablo in tlio iiapor-makiug industry.   It  I helps to preserve apple seeds, seed  [potatoes and grains.     It is useful in  j curing or preventing tropical disease,  land in some case Uie. ravages of hay  Flour trial is essential but-  it is not your work I  Flow varies from time to  time in baking quality. This  is because wheat continually  varies according to soil conditions, etc.  Therefore, if baking re-,  suits are to be constantly high,  baking tests are essential. It  is unreasonable to expect you  to make these tests at your  expense.  ������   So from each shipment of  wheat delivered at our mills  we take a ten pound sample.  This   i.s   ground   into   flour.  .Bread is ,bakcd from the'flomv  If this bread is high in quality.  \ and large in quantity, we use  I'the shipment.   Otherwise wo  sell it. '  \    By simply asking for  Winter  A man AVilh ui.usiml ideas opened  a notirding liouse cl: Ha ramie Lake,  and advertised it as a winter resort.  A guest, Avont up ihero and after n  brief sojourn pnel'oi up, paid hiR bill  and said:  Itow can you liavo Uio nervo to advertise litis place as a. Aviator resort  when tho l.lier "omotor for lho past,  woek has registered 8 below','  Thc landlord looked aggrieved,  Well, that'* Aviuter, ain't it? ho exclaimed. If S bolOAV ain'i winter I'd  like lo.Uuow whit' is!  boon  shop  frigidity.     v-u  ���������  Us uso in ftteiliing arlilicial ice is  more generally known, but, not. tlio  figures Avhich tell thc I'tile of lhe ox-  lent of this industry?...There aro 'A,-  000 ico mainifaf'tui'iag'Ailanls in the  United Stales alone, wilji,fil capacity  of between cigbtecr and t\*.oji'iy million ,Ums of ice a year. -L'-rpital invested -in this one industry is estimated.-^ amount'to $150,000,000.  ��������� A llogo flier the showing of the,, uses  to Avhich suh-frecy.ing temperature artificially created may be put is a rc-  niarl'ahle ouo. Thoy havo already  made us independent of many conditions before which man avixs onco  helpless and the. development of thoir  use promises to bring Avithin our reach  still greater stores of -highly useful  and profitable knowledge,  bearing this" name' you/tan  always be.sure of mor^bread  and Setter bread. -    /    ������ .  41 More Breacland Better Bread" ancl  ,/  "Better Pastry Too"    ,   ���������.  %/   ��������� .   '  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Tlio laziest man on oarih has  found, Ife keep,-*, a little hoot  in a. sleepy country town,  Tho other day n ]i*or.peoLlvo customer entered t.he shop and found Uio hr/.y  man sitting on a box at the far end.  Ilo looked at hor, yawned, and then  drawled languidly:  T can't get, up to wail, c you today.  Como in some, time when I'm standing  up!  Pooplo who aro hard to suit, seldom  find any one yearning for a hard Job,  A young and Inoxpevionccd Avito  was volaliug lo hor mothor the latost  exploit r.i her wicked husband. Why  only yesterday lie flir-OAV i cako at  me, one That, 1 had mado myself, too,  OU! merciful heavens, exclaimed  Uto mother. Ue might b..v.o killed  you,  Woman-Like  Hlliel (ImiialienUyl���������Oh. why ftuofi  not Hilly come; he's kept -mu waiting  a Avlinlo half hour,  Uer I trot her---1 always Md you thai  fellow had effeminate trails,  ONT DREAD  <v&y"  Have conlidenco In mo, said the  President of Moxir-. lo his friend Fo-  Ilx. I avIU not "Id uor I a hair of youi*  bond. All very well, replied the suspicious enndiilitlc for Iho Presidency,  but a nian Diaz only onco,  A Purely Vcrjetnble Pill.���������The. chief  IngrodioiilM or I'armoloo's Vegetable  Pills aro mundrulio .nd dandelion, sedative and purgative, but perfectly  harmless lu Uieir action, Thoy oloanso  and purify and havo n most healthful  effect, upon Uie secretions of the di-  gesTlvo organs. Tho ' dyspeptic and  all who suffer from liver and khlnoy  ailments will llnd in these pills tho  most effective ineJcliiO ;' eonoon-  tniled form lhat has yot been offoi'oil  Id the suffering.  Suffering Humanity'Finds  thatrclief mustbef ound .Cor thc ills which may come any day,-.  ���������else suffering is prolonged and theroisdangerthatgi-avcr  trouble will follow. Most serious sicknesses start in disorders of the organs of digestion and elimination. Thebestcor-  rective and preventive,in such cases, is acknowledged to bo  This standard home remedy tones the stomach, stimulates the sluggish liver," regulates- tho inactive bowels.  Taken whenever thero is need, Beecham's Pills will  spare you hours of suffering and so- improve your  general health ' and strength that you can- better  resist disease.u Tested by time, Beecham's Pills havo  proved safe, certain, prompt, convenient and that they  Always Lead fo Better  I'l-epnred only liy TIiohlu Iteeclmnt, S(. lleleiii, Lmoinfiiie, Und'W.  Snlil everywhere in Gatudu anil 11. S, America,   ln biivea, 25 cenii.  li  '���������Mil':. 1088  moiiir-',an was soineliow  iik <.-tit ot repair, and  It  n   lllllo   hveak-  VA ll. U. 9/6  l.o'*r.l<. was idiiing on Uu.- hotel veranda om'' afioriiooii when another  child, 1,'iuidll) dressed hcifan io jutt'-  ado up and down bel'ori1-' h'*i*, IllnlnK  I Ium* J'.mi ninl ,>v,i 'l.'.t.-. h< VlrtM alrllv  Hesale t,lood If r>', lnuj; as she could,  l.iit Una!!.   huvA <������nt *  Dl't;s.-'i s iind i'.nuj ftot a imj inali-  ladles.  j     Jim jiit > I.i-11is, lA- dUii'r lliin,; hack  (i-.i'r  her  , It.iiihler  ii'i  t'hc  suuiili rod  ��������� 1������>'.  |     No   worn-in   wed*   in   lm   Iniii.ndiHf  I whn liai- a a. w lint aiul u lu'ciiir,  Prepare to  enjoy its exhilarating frosts by  mahing your blood rich,  pure and active to prevent colds, xrippe  and rheumatism.  Good Mood provenls sickness  aiul Scoff's Emit/sfomvill energize  your blood und create reserve  strenytli to endine- t. ii anting  acaaora.  . Scott's Emulsion is not an  experiment bul. linnsci'vecl humanity  faithfully for foily years; it contains  lh������ purest cod liver oil���������frea from  alcohol or Mupef^inj; dnijju  Scott's Emulsion  is ' nature's  The iij;f'd  ' alwnyn KOtl  u.-uially IndiiltfOil  li"  down 'iibotit iince a week i.i order to  vary an utlicrwliii; miiiiuloiioiia oxlst*  I ouee,  [ Slowly It riimrleiJ 11 a way Liin the  broad iiiroaiu of trallle. when tlioro  was a. nuddeii wl.lrrliiK of wlifeln, >\  loud Muiiji ami Uie weary   .nd worn  I fniineworl. ciune tu n. dead .strip.  Lotilc hon>, H.'iid  Iho jjfdleeniiKi  Jo  ".I       ' ll'.-1'.    ''".-, ll)''' I''   I   "ll flf U t   I U " \ * If-  1 iMirrin^ too ol'ieii. Let's nee, wliat'n  the number'.'   Ves, u.s,  Uo ou! ������utId tlm |ii'|)L'f.'C)diMiH youth  wlio v.'.'iu In ehavni- of tlie curl behind,  Ih. t. itlii'l. il-t iuinibrr, 'J'IuiI'h the  year 11 wnn built  The Last Hope ,-,  Scene: Vav out nt soa; sttileiwnu  on hoard a 'liu^e tratiisiilhinUo liner  wliieh Is boliiK lor.tu-d ahouL Ilk" a  eorli in a, rough uuu,  Tho Ilootl..e,o Klr..:", a fiinions Van-  It oo miilUinUiloiialre (cIIukIiik des-  pitlriiiRly to Iho Hide of bin luiiiU;  Sleward!   Steward!  Yon, nlr.  J uiidoi'Hluud thin jahip'him wale;.  llfiUt e.oni|iai(iiit;iith-V  Yos ylr.  Then lell lhe captain I muni havo  ono immediately, 1 don't, .i-nre what  if conl a I  ^100 REWAHD, $100-,  Thr- i-i-'iulfirH ef thin imper will |-.i������  pii'liHcil tn li'lii'U llmt llu.'H' In nt IriiKt  oue iliviiilt'il illiiiuiM.i Hml imlont'rt him  lifiDir iildn to cure In all l<������ ntnn������������, anil  tluil I.-i (.'.itiui' , Miill'ii t'.'alrirrh Ctuo la  the fniUr uocltlvi i-urn new Iuiiiwii to  thu inudli'iil friiti'inliy.   Cnlnrrb liuhur a  CflllHllnilloiUll   lllni-MHe.   re<|llll'i.-M   ll   I'llll'ltl-  Itill'iiuil  iri'iitment.   llall'M t.'nliiiTli  Cinv  ih inld-ii iiitiriiull.N. K tlbi'iiily ilium  the ,n'*l nml iiiiicoiih Hiii'l'.iei'H of the  KVMtcin, llini-fii>y ilcKlniyliin; llie i'riiiiulii-1  tlnii ei' ihn illMfime, ami wlvliiir tho iniilnut  siren "Ui l>v bullillii'r up lliu cniiHlitiition  nml mih "nn Ji'-Ht'i'- hi di'liur lm weilv,  'I'Iid prui'i'lolur.'i hav" fu ruiiuli f;iHU lu tin  i-iii'iilh'ii pnwi'i'M thai thny nl'iVi' ()iie|  llmulu'd li'illiii'H f"i' miy i-iise Hint ll i',-|||H  in fini...    Hcllil fur Hul  ef IcHl'lTiniihilH,  -, il.-.    - f     CirMM'IV   ,\''   An      -I'n.  ImIci,  U,   .Sulil  b" li.l   I'l-IUWIHIH,   (i'lC,   'l'.i'-.  ji....',   !'.,. ::.- i". <���������!��������� < ii" I-'.."  I  i  AP  - Shiiw---\Vhy dkl you 'hive that  fto\,  ui yours llm nam" of 1'anub>.*���������'.  Shule- -Lur Ihe reason thai    im   a  pointer he is decidedly u <llHap]iniiHor,  iitby  ' rjiV'aU'.'il blood-Minkfrniifi furnishes  It wim n riiininier holel am! tbr  ii'-lii"r "':inii and fri'ii'iii, eiji-d  Tiii!   Till!   Wc cuii'i    ilihiiii'l.    run  iii'l'dilini-;-.    lids wpy, ihe fiiml  falher  . r      ,     ,    Aiild. t.ihiii'.; Uf i-'iil.l lu hi>'-nnii^, l.ct  the  clenienlf* ner.ewury  for body t ���������1(. ni,,^- him In ileep.  , Wiirmth, ricij  hlood  r.nd   hraJthy j    lie  hnux ami  . ir.il.;bMvay cnni'' n  ! cii'f illation, ii.imch al  llie dnor ami ihei-e winds:  \Shun alcoholic tiilntilnlft emJ JrmanJ ' '-i"1'1''^ ������ .������������������������������������'������������������  ljl1    '"'%l    '-'"'P.    "O'1  j the Ktnuinc Scolt't  Kmuhian        ��������� ^'oiilil-y'iil mind ii .,-a all Hi- *...ni" In  . A������ ANV IJltUCi I.KillL fi-.l ' ,">>l.   !',t'--|,i".   Ut.     I'-"'1:'   'iy   ll':''*:i'l    ef  ' _BUOHsIQffl-������H2U]iCE_2������^^  ....ui.   I.-t'.'.iT.  tiiil.'ihi';  I" il.  Why Teachoro Lool< Sad  Kxcune broiiKhl ton Portland imu'li-!  er;  Teacher, plenHu oxcuko KraiiUoy. i  yii>  fell  dowtiHlali-H  and   humped   IiIh  I iioiJe no hard Unit  II .swelled up all  over  lib! fnet     Plenao  ,lr   liin name  nml oblldKO- bin Pa,    '  Tin, Horrid Thing  She (at the ball Kiime)- -Who In  ihnl man llial all lho I'lajer.s nre  HiiiudliiK ..round iirmiliiK wllh'.'  lie taiui'.verliii;' the I'luh I'lMfHtloiii  ��������� -Oh, IhatV lhe tclio wlui'-.i '.(".pluv  Hie. Hcore,  Sh'* ��������� And   won't   he  ci-,i    ?t   up'.1  The  rensuri  why  siouie   p. ople  ii!'.'  I.silcll  flU'l;:  !:''  !������>'-''|Mll'.'  Ul������y Iiiiil  ',1   '"f^f  STANLEY LIOHTPOOT  11'Alt.NTUUl.ll.irOH ANO AUUNf.m  uuMnoru nLtie.W'MV'J touohto  ii.mmr   rum  rr/1.11    ' ��������� ii"".   f u_  mm..  \wmu ro* rcRKts.  M.37I3.  J  1  'ft  li  Wluil'.-t that linlnn lu I lie cellar'?  Somo onn I old Minn Unwed al, our  Jl;, II, ||< .,,*,-,���������       ||.,,.|y      Ill'lt        If      flllO      WOlllll  walk down iliu Hlahii buekward uml  Hlniid lonklni; over hor left fdintildei'  alio would hoc tin- 1'iu-o of the niiio  nho In io nmrry.  lliu. Ui|ti In the Hml of lliromljor.  I hiiow h,     jaJheV down ihero yot,  Try Murine Kye Remedy  h you b.-.va Red, Vc.nlc, W-itevy Kyct  or Uranti! del Uvullds.   Doukii'i Smart  41  ���������Siju'.h'.  p.  I'll.  I'h-i.hI-ii   Ikll  Sili.'''.;i:,s Ji" thu oil'erinj! nf nuila-ny,  Mf.ri'vo l'vo U'i .X , I.b,v.!d, 'ik\ 50c.  Mc.rl'i:   )'.,"  - f   ' ���������<> 'innes,  LA    A        ' M.H;  io ���������>.,,   ,y .  ,y.t l  tUif.-. '������  i  X.  i  'J -I ���������  .  I  \i  I  . ��������� tjv, ������y>.wiL"w %y������ ������="? -M*i(i������>i������*������W*Wi$."Wy> M������*^'Ja'fiWS'fcW  I'i  h?,  I  THIS NEWS, CUMBERLAOT, IJ. a  t  I  TRICKS OFTHE MOVIES  flOW    FJLM    PRODUCERS    OKT  .'iXKAXGK KFFECTS.  Iriclc .-Moving Pictures Aro Mostly  Made Willi a Stop Camera Which  Allows Dummies To Ko Substituted For Livo Actors nt Uio Critical  Moment���������'Method of .linking  Kiirnilurc Move. -  Tlio stop camera is the medium by  ���������which a great many clever trick films  arc taken. First of all, a film consists  of a series of still photographs called  frame,'', each a limit half an inch In  depth, which am both photographed  and thrown upon the screen' at' &  normal speed, of ���������sixteen per second.  .The stop camera, howovor, Is so ar-  o ranged that ono single frame of tho'  fllui'inay bo-exposed, lhe camera stop-  pod, and alterations made, only tho  effects,of which are lllmed.1  A man is knocked down and apparently run over liy a steam roller, but  as soon as it is off hi in ho rises and  walks away, full ot life. This Is how  ���������audi a picturo is taken. The stop camera films the man belli*, knocked down  by tho steam- roller, tho knocking  down part bolni; an acrobatic feat,  and then lho camera is stopped, the.  real man slips out of "(ho lines," a  dummy is substituted, the camera  ' gets nolng again, but the film shows  -1 no break. When lhe steam roller has  passed over tho dumny the camera  ls "topped, tho dummy removed, and  tho real man Iins down- in its place,  afterwards ^ot^ump up In a very lifelike manner. ' +":'  Another varioly'o'f trick' film "Uiat'  ���������lias lorn? mystillod plcturc-gocrs is*  that of tho bricklayer, who falls if rom-"  ���������= lho top of a sky-scraper"1''Into the  - Btr,eot bolow,' apparently without being auy wortio for it., Uis legs, arms,  , ��������� antl head scattered on the pavement  mysteriously i.-asremble, allowing  the bricklayer to get up and walk  away. Exactly the same procedure  is used; thc top of tho sky-sci.a_ r  usually, being erected in tbo studio  and backed up by cleverly-painted  . scenery. The,camera records tho  n.an's fall>up lo a certain point, and  then stops, whiter the man ts safely  caught iu a net hidden below. Tho  noxt scene Is in the street and shows  tho dummy crashing to the ground,  tlie parts detaching themselves o.i  concussion. The reasso-ubling is done  by means of invisible wires; then the  camera ls stopped, and the real m. n.  ���������substituted���������and one leans back and  says, "Marvellous! llow on' earth" is  it done?"  The dummy Is used in nunierous-  ���������tricks;���������*Pho~vi!ln.ln���������wb.o���������perishes- in���������  the  flames  possesses   only  a  straw  heart   beneath   his   waiateoal;   t1-e  Christian martyr, being compose;, of.  highly Indigestible material, affords  lltllo satlsfact'oii. to tho wild beast  devouring him.  Wo have all soon lho furniture behave as it influenced by hidden machinery and wait-, round tho room.  This kind  of dim  takes many days  ���������   to prepare, tho objects having to be  moved over no fllightly between each'  photograph, so lhat   a   film whicli  takes hut five or ton minutes to show  ������������������ may-havo boon weeks in tho making.  Tho llowers which mysteriously   ar-  , range themselves aro also, controlled  by'threads.  ���������  Many producers are fond of showing a man jumping from a river to a  Iridgo several hundred .feet abovo,,  To obtain this effect the actor is filmed-dropping from lho brldgo in the  ordinary way, but that portion of tho  film depicting his falling is reversed,  thus giving tho bizarre effect doner! bed.  "Rpoodoninnla" is put. to shame by  nomo of tho folk on tho film, wbo  . oimply fly through space. Tho chase  plcluro, whoro ft dozen promiscuous  pornomi, Intent upon rovengo, chnn.o  tho culprit at ovor-lncreaBlug speed  round a troo, la tho most 'commonly  known of those, ' Everything is filmed ln tho ordinary way, but when tho  film is boing joined up'ovory o.thor  photograph is cut out, oo lhat Ui6 action becomofl twico as quick, Tho op-  orator adds lo th' fun by projecting  nt considerably nbovo tho sixteen por  .Bocond., '," . ���������  [ ."Such extraordinary phenomena aa  nimi battloH, In which mon-o'-war  arc Idown up, hridj'os collapse, trntno  jiro driven','over "Into tlio fjv.br, olc,  nro generally dorio In' miniature in  the studio, tho ciimora-bblnfr'brtoiRlit  right closo up to give things J!_o-bIj:o  npponninco, tho "non" being n.'ppo-  dally prepared tank pli zed upon tho  Btudlo tablo,  Occasionally ono soon motor cars  climb up bum walls ��������� n Boomlnijly  lr-lOAidblo foul, Tho -wall In a ploco  of palnlod ncomiry laid upon tho Btudlo floor, Tho car drives ovor it,  whi Ini tho en mora is placed up abovo,  Whon tho film Is In lie. natural position It apponrn as'If'lho car woro  running tip'n porferfly porpondlculnr  wall,' Tho vision effort requires vory  careful tianiljiiiir, nnd Is dono by  inoann of a donblo exposure, Tlio  primary noono Ir filmed Ilrst, Thon,  Willi tho.exoopllori nf onn oornor of  tho Hoono, whoro those appearing in  "vision" Imvo to play their part,  nvorvlhlng Is drnpod In black, Tho  nnmo (llm Is put through again, thus  l,(\lii.. ii a doable iiM'utfuru. tiiU-tiiid  preparations In dovolopmont In ro-  uponnlhlo for tlio transparency of tlio  ������������������vision."  Wetter Quality Wanted.  Mttlo EUlo, giveu tier first glass  Of mineral walor, mado n vory wry  fnco ovor it,  ���������'It Union that way, dear, beeniifso  It's charged," mild lior mothor,  "I giiosH, uiamnin," said Elulo,  pvmhlnn* It <wldn, "I'll Jtint hnve nomo  of lho kind you'vo paid for,"  Quito UnnofOHnary,  Jeweller: "This rlnrr li ton ihUl-  (nr.a moro than tlio plain ono, on account of tho filinnhK."  CiiHtomon "Oh, but you won't hnve  to chnso mni I'm gAnts to pay for  what I ������-otJ"  BREEDING ABNORMAL FISH.  Curious Custom of Chineso ������iul .lap-  nneso Origin,  The  telescope   fish,  a  monstrous  variety of carp, is a creation-of tho  Chineso and Japanese lish' breeders,  who aro past masters in the art of  deforming nature.,   It bas aii almost'i  globular glistening body, gilded on i  lho Hides, double dorsal fins amf a J  long tail of peculiar shape.   Its eyes  and their sockets aro, very prominent and resemble the object glasses  of telescopes, whence' lho namo telescope iish. , A carp possessing   this ,  abnormal feature was discovered In i  Japan in   tlio   16lh 'century,   since ,  which epoch the peculiar character '  has been perpetuated and combined  with mauy variations in form   and ���������  coloring, by careful   selection   and  crossing,  Tho variety known as Ycn-lan-yon  or "veil tail" preserves thc normal  structure of the eyo, during life, but  its delicalo transparent; tall attains  an onormo'uH size and falls in graceful folds, llko a veil, producing effects that a ."sorpentino" dancer  ���������might envy, when a littlo lish moves  in lho sunlight,    ''  Othor .lapii *ose varieties of the  telescope ilsli"aro the '.'sheep's nose,"  which owes ils name, lo the-, convexity of its hotly; lho "pig's ���������snout,"  which has a head resembling those  of Asiatic swine, and tho "fan tail,"  which raisos and spreads its tall In  lho manner of a fan-tail pigeon.  , Tho Chinese breeders, of 'tcloneope  fish disdain these abnormalities of.  structure and devote their attention  chiefly lo coloring. By modifying  l.ho temperature of tho wator, and  by impregnating il. with lime and  iron, i, thoy produce startling shades  and markings. Among iho innumer-  'axjAo varieties thus obtained .wc'may  mention- the "spotted," with a belly  of silver, and sides and back marked  with blue, yellow, black, rose and  'carmine dots; the > orimsou "ruby"  and tlio "superb." with, glittering  scales, scarlet belly, and black or  bright rod markings on lho back.  Shrewd Sexton.  Among the tourists who travel  through Franco, a considerable num-'  ber /visit the' cathedral at llbeims, a  magnificent example of Gothic architecture. In the tower there is" an  enormous clock, aud it is the sexton's business lo wind lt every day���������  a vory tiring job, aa tho weights are  naturally extremely heavy.  , The sexton, however, is a very  shrewd fellow. Whenever he. shows  tho trippers this wonderful piece of  mechanism he remarks: "Ladies and  gentlemen, if you do not believe mo  regarding the heaviness of. the clock  weights, try for yourselves."  Each of the trippers immediately  gives a turn or two to tbe wheel, and  as thero are some 200 visitors a day  tue"l.riiliJVlO"UUCOiinCiUiioij-a,iiU7(*il&ei--  ly wind tho clock for him? and In addition, give liim an extra lip for being  allowed to do hia work.  AJ MYSTERIOUS REPUBLIC.  MEPHISTOPHELES.  Strange Commonwealth Within the  Dominions of tbe ;'zar,  Russian authorities are puzzled to  decide what, should br- dono with tho  Imansk republic, a mysterious commonwealth whoso deeds and terrors  havo astonished Russia" during the  last six months,  Por 20 years this Imausk republic,  has existed,in the Czar's dominions,  with ils own constitution, laws, punishments, printing press and police,  yd its-discovery is only recent.  Last year, Kasimir Veliki, a traveler in Siberia, stumbled accidentally  on ihis village of 1,000. houses and  many farms and was made prisoner,  The town lies 300 miles from Vladi-  ���������^vostoek and is not marked on tho  ,map. ,Ho learned thai, tbo community claimed to bc independent of both  the,Czar and of the Government of  Pokin. Over a dirty inn floated a  fiag which resembled lho Russian  tri-color, "but was embroidered with  a.bad copy of tho Chineso dragon.  Ily a stroke of luck and after surprising adventures V������liki escaped before ho could find out more, about  this unknown republic,  Al Ylndivostock, Volikl's story was  nl first not believed. Afterwards a  commission o*' inquiry was sent out,  under an escort of H00 Cossacks,  with.three mountain gnus. Tho commission occupied, the lown by surprise anil returned lo Yladivostock  with a complete report. 11 discovered lhat. the republic had been  Etavled first as a, holy retreat for  ascetics and that' it, afterwards fell  into ,lh_ hands of Russian .ar.d Chinese convicts and prospered amazing-  hb  The-.founder was the millionaire  ascetic, Innokcnli Ribiralcoff, who inherited a fortune of f ii'i,000,000; roll  under th" influences of mystical persons and finally gave up his property  and wandered about Siberia and  Russia as a beggar.  When traveling in East Asia he  was struck by the secluded position  of thelnnian valley, lie gave ?_,000  to three holy men to build -log  houses and a log church. The good  men and 20 other person,'- prayed  thero for threo years. In tho fourth  year thero descended, upon'thom a  band of Yakutsk convicts, who  murdered lho whole 'A\ persons.  These invaders started the Imansk  republic, which was first a mere robbers' tden, an'' for two yoars kept  pirate boats on the Ussuri river.  Tho republic developed. More  bandits and convicts came, drank,  fought and murdered. ' Next' came  the Chinese, with their wives. Tbe  bandits murdered the Chinese and  stole their wives.  The settlement .grew, made, its  own constitution-and laws, and in  the village and country around  counted iiea������-" i>,000 adherents at  the lime'it was discovered by Veliki.  -���������T-he���������Uu ssian���������com m issio n-,���������caro���������  11  The Letter M.  Tbe Hebrew name of M was Mem,  water, and it is curious to note that  tho original form of this character, in  the most ancient manuscript is a waving line, which to the nol too particular ancients represented water. By  somo philologists tho letter M as used  by tho Phoenicians is supposed to  have come from a picture representing tho iiuinan face, tbo two down  strokes representing tho contour of  the-counlnaiice, the V stroke signifying the nose, tho two dots, long  sinco disused, and a stroke beneath  the V representing the eyes ahd tho  moulh. The', old Phoenician form of  tbo letter does indeed boar a comical  sort of resemblance to tbo human  face,  Fate's Perversity;  A commuter was In a dreadful  wreck. Tho collision bad been hoad  on,-four coaches* woro telescoped,  flames burst forth, tho shrieks and  gT.oniiB of tho dying mingled with  the hiss of escaping steam.  Tho commuter, black as n coal,  was dragged oui by tho foot from uo-  dor a mound of charred'and badly  mangled corpses,''  "Aro you hurl?" ho was asked,  Tho commuter opened his oyes and  stretched himself, thon, rising,  snarlod:  "Hurt? Mo? Of courso I ain't hurl!  I never ami I can't be! I carry an  nceidonl Insurance policy,"  W Slurs Thai Outshine Um Sun.  ..Que of the (iOvornme.nl, ustronn-  irnrri, referring to filars that aro ho  rtlslanl that thoy hnvo no moasur-  nlilc parallax, assorts thai ono of  those, lho brilliant, Onnopus, cau ho  Bald with confidence to bo thousands  of Union brighter than our sun.  Wholhcr wo should sny isO.OOO, '1<V  000 or fi.OOO no ono can docldo. Tho  first magnlludo hi are, Illgol and  Spoon, also are at an Inimoaminibln  distanco ami must', lu view of Uiolr  aclutil brightness, enormously, out-  Bhino lho sun,  (.nt His ltmvnrtl.  "George," said his fiiincoo, "is your  watch' corrmit?"  "Yob," ropliod George, wllh a merry; Iitugh. ''It In keeping bolter tlnio  Bliteft I.pm, your picturo Inside lho  cane."  "Oii,   vnn ���������flnHnrei"'       TTow   entiM  that bo?"  W'oil, you hoo, when I plnco-.! youi  picturo liiBldo Ihu catic I ndded another jewel!"  llnd .Tutlginent,  lirnl, *'..,_    |p    .������������������     .11 .m.lrml       .. ,-lft       In  i,,.~...      ..,    V...      i*...-.-J, ,4V... -.        ..w-.   . . ..  your warden, my doar madam," remarked tlio nosthctic ? landscape  urchlloct,  "What In that?" asked tho lady,  much rtlarnied,  "I notice," ho replied, with n  Bhudder, "that you have a dogwood  pUntcd near aomo puuey willows."  IlUtoilc*!.  "Nor, children," Bald tho teacher  of tbo juvonlln clans In hiatoiy, "can  ���������ny of you loll trio Nero's cr^ntoit  crime."  "Playing thfl flddlo," promptly ro-  plied tbo j .u������*<j������tor at tho foot.  Ne>, Satisfactory Proof as to the Origin  of the Namo Exist*.  Thero has beeu much discussion concerning the origin of UtO word Mcph-  Utopholcs in the past. Which has.  moreover.,ax yet ended in no,very satisfactory conclusion. Somo very bizarre explanations luul boon propounded before the 'imo of Coetlie, who was  himself forced to own to the musician  Zeltor in a letter of Nov. *J0, IS:.'.), "I  cannot give any definite answer to the  question. 'Wiicjjco comes ' the name  Mephistoplicles'.-'"  According to one theory it wns a hybrid Greeo-Jlehr-iie formation' of mo-  phls nnd lophel (the liar); according  lo another Its"clyinology was entirely  Crook���������very dubious Crock���������mophos-  tophllos, "ho who does not love the  light." Thought his derivation is hardly acceptable, >it appears lhat this was  lhe original form of. the name, the second vowel being replaced-by i at lirst  in Knglaud, whence it was taken into  (lie popular German my.M'-ries.  ��������� In Uie "Goethe Jnhrbuch"' Herr  Oelhko gives an entirely novel derivation which, if farfetched, has at lease  the merit of originality. Jt is based oii  two names found in chapters 4 and  ]i"������ of' 1 lie second *ook of Samuel,  l'ephlboschelti and Architopliel. 'lie  reminds us that it wus "customary iu  (lie middle ages when giving names lo  evil'spirits lo. refer to the Old Testament; henco' the combination "Meph-  fstophelcs."  Tho explanation is not perceptibly  more absurd ihau.others. Goetho himself had a trick of using tho abbreviated-form Mcphlsto when it suited  the exigencies of his meter. It may bo  remembered tbat this particularly irritated Scbopouhaucr, who wrote In his  pamphlet "On the Murder (Verhun-  Kiing) of the German Language." "The  foolish desire for brevity goes so far  as to cut off even the devil's tail by  writing Mcphislo for Mephistophetes."  ��������� -Westminster Gazette.  MAN EATERSJF AFRICA.    RESTORED TO PARENTS  LUCKY  BASEBALL FLUKE.  fully guarded by Uio f>00 Cossacks,  set itself to,examine the laws aud  economic stale of tho republic. They  had opportunities to see the law at  work. Whon they entered the'village a man was boing hung up by ihe  heels fot-stealing a horse, and not  far off a lfakod ��������� Chinese, who had  been beaten to death, lay in the  snow. ��������� Around ��������� his body danced  Imansk women, sinking menacing  songs.. The punished Chinese,' it  appeared, had broken the local fishing law,  -The Imansk republic proved lo  have a 'whole code of laws, which  cannot be traced to any Itusslan or  other origin,  .Europe Has 100,000 Doctors.'  Of all the''nations'of Europe Um  British appeal* to caro more for  health. In all there are about 100,-  .000 doctors in Europe.  Of-these Kns'land has both tho'  largest absolulo number and'also the  largest, proportion relatively to Uio  population-���������namely, 28,000 altogether and 7.S per 10,000 Inhabitants.  Bulgaria hns the smallest, number of  medical practitioners���������only 0.4 7 per  10,000 inhabitants. In Germany tho  total number of practitioners Is 22,-  D00, or 5.G per 10,000 Inhabitants;  In Franco the total number Is 1,'r,800,  giving 5,1. per J0,000 Inhabitants;  and in Italy the total number Is  18,270, irlvlnir fi.fi per,10,000 inhabitants.���������-lrelnnd'H Own!  roller Wasps n( Work. .  The family eiimeuidiie, or solitary  wasps, contain somo curious workers, Some nre miner;- and dig tiny  Minimis In the earth; some are car-  pen lorn and out channels in wood  and then divide the spaoo Into chamber,'* by partitions of mud; somo  build oval or globelike mud nests on  hrnneho'i or twigs. This homo may  bo parlllioned Into several tiny  rooms, Inlo which are put various  iininll inHools cnpttiri'il by Iho niolhor  wasp and upon which the young  wanpn food,  Te-������Uii!J Ibe Icon.  The laundreitH puts a lltllo saliva  on tho llailrnn. lo nee If ll Is hot  enough, If it runs along tbo Iron  rapidly it Is hot enough, but 1f It  sticks to thu bottom and Is evaporated tl-fl Iron In too cold, Tho reason is Dial It hoi enough tho bottom  of the drop of saliva Is converted  Into vapor and the drop rolls along  lho iron rapidly; If too cold tho drop  utlcka nnd ovaponiteii gradually.  liii i/iln i il.i1/.  1'lii- Iti-ir yt.iir-iilil lui/;*-, nho IkhI  no playmate of tholr own ngo, wore  delighted whon n llliln girl of throe  enmn io viBlt a neighbor,  Aftor tbo three children had played together for n time the iwIiim,  hand ln hand, wont to their nioilier  nnd said, "Mothor, wJioro'H the other  one of hor?"  Strong; liifhionrr.  Friend���������You have greal Iiifliieiioo  ovor your husband. He never loft  your aide all yesterday, llow did ym  manngo It?  Wifo���������Oh, 1 jiidt rat lini'l) on Um  tails of lils rout; that's all.  Iloesn't l)e������cni������ Help,  Th������ mnn who Is wllllnjf to l<d olh-  ���������r fi'OvAo   hear   his   trnubW   lin't  worth rM'fv.'nr.  Think of a Player Making a Home Run  on an Infield Fly! ;i  "In all the years I have bocn attending baseball gallics���������and they are more  than I would care to number���������there is-  ono play whieh^stands out In my .mind  as the greatest I have ever seen,",says  a contributor-, to the American .Magazine.        A   -  "There was no wonderful skill embodied in the play. It was. I suppose,  pure luck. But.the fact remains that I  -havo-never-sccn-it-duplioated-noi'-ap-  proached, and it is, so far as I kuow,  unique in the Unnals of baseball."  "The game was one between Washington and Cincinnati back in the days  when Washington was in the National  league.' Tho score was 1 to 0 in Cincinnati's favor in Uie last half of tho  ninth. Two mon were out. and Washington had a runner on second, with  Wilmot at the bat. On lho llrsl ball  pitched Wilmot swung hard and knocked an inlleld fly, the highest I have  ever seen. The.ball wont up and up  uulll It was visible only as a liny  speck,   ���������  "Willi the crack of the bat tho. runner on second had started for home,  nnd ho crossed'tho plato before the  ball begun to,fall. Buck Ewlng, Cincinnati's first baseman; McPhee, who  played second, and 'Germany' Smith,  tho shortstop, nil gathered between  first nnd second awaiting for lho ball  to drop, Wilmot sped around tho  buses at top speed itnd pussed third as  the ball fell Just inside lire triangle of  waiting Infioldors,  "Tho ball struck tho hard carlh of  the base lino and bounded high In Iho  nil. I'lwlng Iiaviiii. lo wall for It to do-  ' coond a second lime before ho could  mnko the throw home, Wilmot slid  around the plato and was safe, having  won (ho gamo with a homo run on an  Infield fly, a font which has novcr been  duplicated' In professional baseball."  Tli������   Lions   and   Crocodiles   Are   In   s  Class by Themselves.  Mau eating lions havo always been  fairly common iu Kast Africa. Thu  most noted bul far from exceptional  caso was that of lho Iwo man eaters  which for a time stopped thc building  of the Uganda railroad by iheir ravages among Uie workmen - until they  woro flmilly shot by tiio' engineer ia  charge, Mr. lafiorward Colonel) Patterson. Another lion, afler killing several men around a station on lho rail-  roitd, carried oil" ami ate (ho superintendent of Uio division. The latter  had como .down in his private oar.  wliich wus run ou a siding, and he sal  up at a window that night \o watch  for the lion. But he foil-asleep, aud  thu lion climbed on tho platform, en>  if-red the car by the door and carried  oft liis would bo blayer llirmigh lho  window.  In 'the summer of 1000 a couplo of  mail eating lions took to infesting the  Masai villages on (ho plain around the  headwaters of Uio Guuso Nyiro. west  of Ivcnia, and by iheir ravages forced  (ho Masai lo abandon tho district, andJ  the native (ravel routes across it were  also temporarily closed. A few weeks  later 1 was' hunting in lho district?  .We kept the (horn horna around our  camp closed at night, with a fire burning and nskaris on guard, and were  not molested.  Near Machakor'boma a while traveler was taken out of his (cut by a man  eater one night a good many years  ago. A grewsomo feature of iho incident was Uiat ou its first attempt tho  Hon was driven off after having seized  and wounded its victim, Tho wounds'  of the latter were dressed, and ho was  again put to bed, but soon after he had  been left alono the Hon again forced  his way into the tent and this lime  carried the man off and ate him.  Every year in East Africa natives  are carried oft' from their villages'or  from hunting camps by man eating  lions. -Occasionally one hears of man  eating leopards, wliich usually confine  themselves to women and children,  and there arc man eating hyenas, but  tbo truo man eaters of Africa are. lions  and crocodiles.���������Theodore Roosevelt in  Scribnor'a Magazine.  "CYl'SIKS" CAI'TIVK HOME AFi'liU  ���������skvi-:.\ti-:l\\ vi_..its.  Tbo Boy, Who Was Stolen Frnm  Lac liliio When a Little Lad Owes  HLs, Return ki tho fact That au  Old Woman Kept n Paper With  lho Name of His" Homo Wrilte.ii  , ������'    it.  BRITAIN   FEARED   NAPOLEON.  'And Lamb, Who Thought Him a Fine  Fellow,  Fanned' the Flame.  Ifc..'was on Aug. S, 1S3_, that "General" Bonaparte, as his English cap-  =tQ!'s���������Insisted noon .calling him w-as  j The mystery has been cleared ,\>,  'The boy Patrick, many times ! .si,  strayed and stolon, who kept Lac hi o  apd tiio Valley oi Silence at Aha dgog  'for many wucks,ahas found, his parents. He Is snid to bo living ^apptly  with Uiem at r-otsd'am, New York.'-  from which place ho was originally  stolen  by gypslc.  [ ,.Somo gypsies traveled through tho  j Montreal district a couple of months  ago, and about a month or six weeks  ago, a. youth named , Patrick ragged,  and uneducated turned up, hungry  and useless, for ho apparently hnd  beon taught no Ivmh of any kind, In  tho vlcin.'ty of Lachlno.  Horo ho was taken ln eharg*. by  Chief of Po'ico ftoborf, to whom ho  told, how he had escaped from a band  nf gypsies and Lad stolon a rldo on u.  St. Lawrence 'Ivor freight boat, wh. U  . had uirned him off ar tho Lachln-*  wharf.  | Chief Robert did not know whal lo  ; do with him, as he did not. seem o  bo ablo to read or write and absolutely had no Idea of who his people  wero, having been w'th the gypsies  f"|- tiomo seventeen years. Thjro-  foro Ihei cl.lef sent him \16 Oka. >  Trappist Monastery, and (he monks  gladly welcomed him. nave him eoi a  light work, and named him Antoine  Oyer, as he came to thom when iheir  houorcd Abbott Dom Anlolno Oyer  died.  Ills story al. lho llmo was published  In lho dully press with a picturo of  him, and' this attracted the attention  of his people, who wrote to tho chief,  Tho chief  told,, them   that  the  best  thing they coulu do was to come tiere  and look him up.   They got an aunt  of the boy in Montreal to interest herself In him, end through hor, efforts  he was gotten homo, and there Is not  the slightest doubt of his Identity, o  Tho last Chief Robert heard of him  I was at Okn.    l-o seemed to be woll  I satisfied with his"lot of novice to'tno  ' silent Mouks, but suddenly two weeks  ago he disappeared from there?   Tho  1 news lhat ho ls now with his family  ln  Potsdam camo next.    It also appears that he had all the time a piece  of paper containing lho name of lho  placo. where ho came from hidden in  his clothes.  '!������ fill. I. ������ 1... l.l. i I., x . _ .������_.   AJ."lllB_w*3~ii'*liU_l"lll~Uy "IJHj-H.UOlKO'U-  transferred  from  the  Bcllcwnkon. to   mother In lho gypsy camp when shade ship,Northumberland, (o begin the   lay dying, aud tbo most valuable-point  To Mova Picture-*.  ' People who stand "(heir fnmlly por-  trnlts ngalnst the walls while p:ii-l;lni;  and tinpaekliig (heir household goods  causo a grout dent of broken glass,  scratches und dents, Tho first' thing  to lie dono whon moving into your now  homo should bo to hang lhe pictures  any place In order to got thcni out'of  the wny without waiting; to' eliooso n  Kchomo of arrangement. This wlll  prevent a great deal of breakage nnd  othor dnniiiKo.���������Now York Telegram.  , Checker*.  Checker.". Is said by some lo be a very  old game, while others tleclan.* II to be  of comparatively modern origin,  Whenco it camo Ih absolutely unknown. Tlio gamo Ih uls*o culled  draft,-', nnd thoro aro mnny varieties  of It-Chlneso, Knglltdi, Polish, Spanish, Itnlliin uud Turkish. It In also  found unions tho unlive tribes of tho  Interior of New /.cal-.unl,  Tentlno Hii Faith.  Uiiolo-Well, Bobby, what did ymi  lenrn nt school toduy? ���������Bol)by--1 learned Hint lhe world Is rwuml nnd turn.-!  on hliiKoa. llko that gl'dio in the library. Undo-Well, what do you think  of thai? Bobby���������1 Hunk, uncle, limy  nro aHkini; mo to boliovo <��������� good donl  for n umall hoy .-St. Paul Plotter-  Prow    ���������  Intuit to Injory.  "Mm. Wombflt Ih highly Indignant."  "Hor hoono wm robbed. 1 hour."  "Yen, nnd Uu������ next night Ihn IturRlari  brought bnrk hrr illrpr plntwl witr������,"~  Plttnbnrch PoUt.'  journey to St, Helena. Thero. was  much protest in Knglaud against tho  IrausportaUon of the distinguished  prisoner, but tin? government remained  firm.  Ofiicial Knglnnd could see nothing  but danger in keeping such a,dynamic  force as Napoleon within its limits,  and, harsh as Uio actions of the government'.scorned, lho position thus taken was not without logic. Napoleon  had been placed on his honor at Elba,  but honor did not weigh with him  when ambition was concerned,  Charles Lamb spoke for thoso who  of the boy's experience, lo scientists  lies In this vory fact, for lt proves  beyond a doubt, what many sceptics havo combatled, namely that for  soul, roasou or other never yet fully  explained, gypsy women, wlll cLher  personally, or compel, their mo* to  nlGiil children for adoption not as hau  beon usually imagined for ransom,  but for Bomo othor and sentimental  reason ,cqualy uuexplatned as yot.  In thla ease Frederick llrousseau'fl  parents wero so poor that thoy certainly could not pay n ransom, and  tho gypsies who had camped near  1 Potsdam for somo timo beforo Frederick disappeared must   hnvo  known  cn���������n,.���������,i KT���������������������������,���������������������������._  _i_.i������������������ii������.. i���������  ri,,,,.'   that,    Hia   dlsappearanco    happened  favored Napoleons detention in   wig-     bout 80yontfiOI/yoars ag0i w l0��������� no  lotwl    ������'1ia.i   3lrt   \|,|./ilrt   in   CaiiIIi/ii'.     ������������������ A rI      I v _  wan u boy of sovon.  land when ho wrote lo Soul hey: "Aft  er nil, Uonapnrlo Is n fitio fellow, as  my bnrber says, and I should not mind  standing bareheaded nt diis tablo to  do service to him in his fall. Tlioy  should havo given him Hampton court  of Kensington, with'a tether e.viendlng  forty miles round London." Lamb  whimsically suggested tlmt if Nnpiv  Icon remnlncd In England (he people  might somo day eject the Uruiiswlek  In his favor,' and the government took  lho suggestion seriously.  Now thnt. Napoleon Is'safely dead  mich a fear seems absurd,'but'Napo-  Icon was then alive, nnd.'In view of  that fnct, no' government', was safe in  saying, "I should worry!"���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer.  Bovino Si(-nal Service,  Hoforo (ho decisive battle at. Islitlh  on lupoid ii!.*. method of signaling nn  tho part of tho enemy was discovered     -           by the Servians.   A cowherd was ink- ' !U1',,M't 1'roilorlok   'v-'������  ��������� '"V   ������������������������'���������  ,h^  ,.:.. ��������� j ,.  ,,.���������  ��������� ,,,,, i hidden .oinewhore, l'ledi'i-li'li b."*ii-ii)  the adopted child (if a gypsy ������-nmiin  Tlioro was much Mimhor around  Potsdam at thai time,'and hln father  wan a woodcutter who hesldos his  wifo had Frederick, another hoy  younger than lho latter and a littlo  Kin. ���������  One evening when ho camo homo,  Frederick was nilaulng. His wlfo llko  most mothers would havo dono under  nlinllar clrcumRtar.coB expressed hor-  self as certain that, tho child hnd been  kidnapped.       "  ���������'  Search parties woro sent out, dny  and flight,:but not.a Irnco of,the hoy  wan found,.,Finally Urousseau nnd lils  frlondi. camo to lho conclusion Hint  the wlfo was rlisht, for II was nscer-  I Inod lhat a band of genuine ,Itnni-  nny gypsies had camned for somo  (imo In tho environs of Potsdam, and  hnd loft about tho dny Frederick wan  first  missed.  Homo efforln were made tn (raco  Uiom, and It neeinn thnt they n-rrn  found when on their wny tn nntl for  Spain, but denied knowing -iiivf'ii"*  Ing live cows out to pasture on n hill  halfwny between lho two <���������������nips Ilo  drovo Ihom nbout. sornetlines two tn-  geliicr, thnn ono at a (line, then Hirer.',  Ihtifi conveying Information lo (he Iiul-  gnrlnnn ns io lho position uud tti-ongth  of thc Sei'vlnu bnUnlioiiH,  Morveloue Retiatance ef Water,  If it wore possible to impart to n  sheet of water an inch In UiU-kness  -sufficient velocity lho most powerful  bombshells would be immediately  utopped In their flight when Uiey en mo  into contact with It It. would niter  tho snmo rc-df-laneo ns the steel armor  of the most modern hnMlivdilp.���������London Striind Magazine.  'Hik  ���������TA '-:i T< '.'���������  T rr  "Whv ������';il|nii n pnlp'oniim Ui<A,,\  pnrk bench''"  "It I.s newly pnlnlcd."  "Ilo can't keep people.' fi'uin te.-.tiiu;  fresh pnlnt."  "Vo. but he cnn keep '������'in In  Knns.'tH City Jotininl,  lm*.'  PlMiurM mnka onn taft ������nd lutj,  rrot nnt hipplnwi. Hr.pplfiHi U ������������������  bracing: bi ici tlr.  Cauici of Hit Anfjtr,  "Why Is ho no bhler at the girl ha  wn* only rocciilly fiipnged to';-'  "Ilcviiure   when   nho  nent   the   rim:  t,f.<'k tilw. MieWft U'C hei 'C!,..--a With  <?flru!"'-LIP|i1wf)ltV  Milfry In Storo,  'Kttle nnyn Aie it'temN t" nmrry Mr.  plnnlei tn reform Mm."  "Wlmt \* hi* rl.'f V"  ���������ile> ������ k "ol dent of fi mUfr."- luw  tat Trnti������'-rltir  nnmod Fonelln Loo, who In the rvi  language was known as IiIm "DhI" nml  nho hud a great affection for him 'n  her own pi-eu'lnr way. which mjuht  liavo boen relumed If Hho hnd not  drank, smoked n pipe, ehcwnd tobacco ami beaten hlni when he cried for  lils homo and mothor In Po'adnm  Tlml renl mother, by the way. kent  walling for lilm to return yenr 'tor  yonr, and when hor bur.band, huw  better pronp'-ctn tihoad Hnm'-whi-ro  ditto, c.l-.fi Instated on remnlnllig wlmrn  lliey tore, an the only plnco whero  Frederick If he wns -alive, and -"r  innllier Instinct told her be w>r,  would bo nhln lo tlnd thom. -  According In Frederlck'n t Anrv io  hln peoplo lho gyp-don iiu'lled 'or  Spain, nnd for tho next ion vi*'>rrt  Frederick followed thom In wando-  l/,|;il  V\lm.If   liu:iui,i:il  nil  ui   lni< ,-miii'Ii-  rrn Fumjicnu '-ountr'M" \\e lcnmH  to iipenk r.omo French. Hpanlflh nnd  Italian and probnbly unw mioiii'li in-  tiTOsMriK inliis to keep a Cook ^ourlrt  (oulf'tili d for the innjor portion of  his IKe.  enmo biicli to America. At iln> end  of (hiiteen I'V.nila Leo dlec. iUuirily  befoin lho. ,n>l th'1 called rn-derlek  to tin*,  "P-ililel;," if bo puld -tin* tiltiit hnd  Klvcn Fiviiorh'k a new tiame--"I nm  Koitig (o Utivl'ic lu-r." Dm I'm kcr |������  Hmnniiy for liciM-n. I liiive m.in'--  thing fi*. lell you." Fr"ilerick listen-  i-i'. ' Y./..1- iwiu.-J !." not p.tt:;,'-., !.-:'  J'n-di rli!;. Ymi ).< ie ninb n fm r, io.ir  paren'ji llil'locn yea: . iii-.n. I him-  Jccpl Ii'i lU'ili ���������"���������'��������� a parti \������!U; ll"-.  nii.iic- im   '���������(   of  thi.  inwii   v*.'.., 11   ytiu  V(.,C   l-Hili'H      II I'r-   U   !������������������ "  "J I,-;     i. . -   !    ������������������������������������'    V    '������,.     ii-.-itiS   (jf  ' Mil ������������������ ���������,...- ������������������> * ��������� '���������   ^sultL  &  ^ *MPPP  *���������"���������'   ���������- ���������C^-   ������'-SM-  THE NEWS, CTXMBERT.AMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  WATCH_THIS  SPACE  ISfEXT WEEK  c*a,wsflr.as������.'5ats3S^r  R it������'.TR������.-iffiii-i������������a3  i_a:.'sn������=!t������!".aa3l  o  **)  fl������  McPlu-e lllock,  ^ MoKINNON    .Cumberland  W������ -%*V M/������������-0**'  :������_-**** " o1-JrtMM.*v"'.,,v������aiv.w-i..-<���������.-������**������������������:���������.  :, ������w^-is'iwmi������w������iijwgii������--i#������.������comriiiWi������'i������������^ o ������������)C������wir*jati'**i  Financial Statement  'Receipts, nnd   Kxi ciOiliucs For  Tbo  (.'ity   oi'    (.'nmbehind  For   The   Votir   1913   13������-���������  Ri.cicrivi\s--  Draiii account :���������  8      27 50  Po- Tax   Hail'Kent.   Isolation hospital. A .  Kilpaliick, D. ,   Mr.inewsou, W-  A. ��������� ���������  McPhee. J.   J'������ lice Court fines... .  Kt-al estate' tax,'. ....    4255' 55  Koarl tax account ��������� ��������� ���������.       776 00  Hutu, vies   25  00  Ho  00  84  00  3������  *5  A 7  10  35  70  1  Debitbal. Dec- 31, vi3 $ '279 12  City expenditure 1913 5681 07  Paid loansRoyal Bank  Public & High School  Int.. cement sidewalks  Paid It-ral fees   -4  Cameron ft uto  Phone 1074, 521 Superior St J  Victoria, B. 0.  1  J  FEED! FEED FEED! 1  *JB������sj.  A largo   stock of shorts,   biiin, crushed ,out?,   hny", and  tiotiltiy feed foi- tide at exceptionally low prices.  ���������#  Phone 3S  Courtonay ,  We have fov sale a few slightly used and rebuilt  m  S  ft  cars in first clnss condition, which must' be fold to meet     g:  1000 00  3-1'o 76  567 3"  I   7;  2 2^   ( o  ,   Total expenditure Si 1163 25  Receipts as per state  ment      10594 20  89G 50  bcavenger.  /      *0  ol  ......        37         11*2  tmf  Scale account   Trades'. Licenses      3140 00  Total receipts...- $1058 \'2o  l-.x-'pendiiuvc For The Year 1913  Deficitubalance cairied i'or  ��������� * 279  waici trom. iq 12  j  / j  67   20  2 3  00  Advertising..'.   Cement i-idewalks  .... 225 00  Oiain' account. / ." 10 20  Dog Tags.   ...lection account. ...  1-,'uci account ;  Fire -protection  9 05  Hall account -      2  25  11 calth accouut'  158 05  Interest account....... 766 15  Isolation hospital  113 76  Loans paid Royal Bank 1000 00  J-i^bt, street, halls  aud  repairs, ir months.. 445 70  Mii;;i-rate's account., 3 Bo  Nanaimo Goal  113 .35  Ofiv;e '.  93 2������  Police cou rt'fine's  52 30  Park account '  29 00  Police station repairs , 4 00  Real  estate  tax     23 70  Snndiiiis -  Hird, I.eifjhron & Darling  # 142 50   .  P.  Dunne 42 00  Mae Leun.Shun-  dley ik Klliot too 00  'JYivel'ng ex.p.  too 00  Debit b.il Dec. 31, '13.'. 579 05  Assets-  Taxes unpaid S 1744 19  Scavenger dues....... 160 75'  Sewer rentals  5 00  Scavenger buckets. . . 32' 40  T, Edward from 1912 18 40  City building lots (estimated) ..'.'  2000 00  Fireball   apparatus.. 1260 00  Safe  250 00  Horse, wagon, cart  <&  harness.  300 00  Isolation hospital.... 600 00  Se\ver pipes  50 00  j7Y7^rhiterestrand=legaWecs=���������7-92-30-  '    ..  cement walks .  real estate payments. ft*  p Buick, 4 passenger, #275 ������  I Ford Touring Oar, , $325 '"  S  Ford Touring Oar, $350  0  Ford Touring Car (k;i2)$425  G-alt,FivePassenger(i9i2),1     ���������  Demonstrator, slightly used" clecric starter, )    <*i7������A  'ami  lights. - -    j    YI/JU  Ford Touring Oar $275  .   and seveial other Touring Cars and Trucks. |j  0)  O  Pi  ������  &  (?)  &  ��������� flt\ -sgK������''.'TJtvu;.i!jj_mt_y -isaiffircwEnns  I^i^ubw/^skruSI tas-a-jKacatai  fWli:il!lli:ill!ll!!lllllllllllll!!!l!l!l!!!l!IIIIIM '  I  a  i  ft-  G  jfSZ^jP^.'i������j**afr^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  i  a  (Hatch This Space,  n  i  ������3  l  a  $7153 04  Liabilities���������  Due Royal Hank .... $ 2000 00  Over collection .of  school rates       487 72  Deficit Dec.  31, 1913      579 05  Agents for Pilseiier"l>rewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds oP   ,   '  ~~r"r~        W i!TeV~Sid."7*l7i?cftvorst��������� ���������~   ���������   ' ,    v, i ,-��������� ,  - - - a-   ���������  .'   ���������      '   -\   4h' '"   .- :i  THE "II)EAL" STORE       Next * Tnrbolla-  TficRae, Acton, Haymaii   ,  o  J!  uvvruwiL ma.v*.  $3066 77  I rerebv certify- that I have  exauiinned the books and ac-  ccur'.s oftheCity 0!' CumberUind  and find them, correct and as set  forth above.  J. STEWART,  Auditor  Insurance     60 00  .���������"���������pec.ini police..    iS 00  .-sundry item*;. ���������    72 85  Stable account--  ,\.   R,   Kievs-  l-.-iid S 37 00  i) A. Taylor..    32 .'..  A . P. (jiiuvfnrd r,-:0 511  C. Muss.itto...    Oo 0.1  Sundry  Ueuis.    45 71  Forward ..., ���������   /r! lavender   .Scale  inspection   i^niirienav ,Saw  niMl ��������� --Si_t9 ^n  ���������Siiu.iiy item.; . .201 99  CumhiM'lniKl docs wnhu up of  Inti! years whon a civic election is  dm, Wo rcuiioinbor when you  luul to U.'g of num afc (lio last  iiiinuto to tnko lhe job, "Whon  "Toin" in in the contest it is n  livi'lv om������,    Ciimboi'limil   is to ho  1  C'()iii;raUulntud on its awnkoncil  intoi'i'fit in theso matters, and fuel  {Trutific I thnt it has citizens* juih-  lie ijiu'riit'iJ oiiuiiffh to cjivu their  ti in.1 jjMti. iii the   iiiTiiii-s   of .ihe  ���������"���������'5..5 35 City, llllll lint |.lllCU illlpl'(|iint.'!ils  ill ilicii- vwiy, Wu rtlionlil give  the pi't'iiciil O'liiiicil overy oppur.  riiniiy in our power to nuko from),  ni'il [.ut niir   jioliticiil,   jii't-jirJico  ill Mill'  |n ckf'tft fop ll    ]0IIY ill   ll'llSl,  \\V hnve nn hufiim>s.s tu tlni;.' po'i  I ici- into  civic:   nfr'.iips     We *:t������c<l  $,:oi  -\() L ic i.fiMfituiiflti of nil   our   ctujeiifi  ij:.;,]!).} 3,5'!������    I'-il-    fin*    c;ity   sncopfiflfiilly  SECOND ASTRT 1  7Jt^**3*t*'>i****l**1***^^ WW"������������^*.<V^W*>������au!������*U^'������4S������a_^  " "* '  ,������      "*���������   '  **' ':-' ���������������'   ^    ���������'.���������'���������ip*. '.-.-��������� - ������������������_  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF, COMMERCE  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  ,   '     - ', _*���������  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of'remitting1 small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank .in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal, cities ;ol" the United States, are issued nt  thc following rates:  - $5 nml under .'....'...,'-.    Scents  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10 ,     0     "  "     10      " " 30 JO     '*  ������������     30      " "* 50 115     "  ���������     REMITTANCES  ABROAD  Eliould be mado ty meann of out SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS,   hsuoi without dolay at reaoonablo rotoo.  <.l'.lli'i!itr.!lllil!l!il!lillllllllllllillli!l!i;illllUllllllllllllllll!illilll!:il!ililii:ii!ll^  ^iiiiiiiii!iiiiiii������iiwiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!iiit!iiiiiiiiiiiiyiiw^^ ���������|l  |" Capital Paid Up $11,500,000. ���������'      ��������� ..Itose/ve $13,000,000  ij      ;*���������;  !   The Royal Bank of Canada.   I  i '    .   *    ',. i ��������������������������� ������������������ .    g  -= DUAFTS ISSUED LV ANY CURUKNCY, I'AYAULE ALL 3  I '    -O.-VKU   THK    WOULD.    :    ' -    '      U  I SPECIAL ATTENTION \n\v} to SAYINGS ACCOUNTS & iiiliTO.-.t -|  | ul hijfhep't Onrn-iit Ifa'.t-s a'liov.'til on L'i |i'),-ii. of l]!l nod upwards, h  1 0Ui-.I33;iti-VtfD, B   0 , B-ansh, Opan Daily  .     ' |  i-   ���������       UNION "AY, B.C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & Fridays  I D. M. MORRISOIV, Manager.  I .     fOUIlTENAY,   !l,0,    Biiinch,    Opon Doily.   '  1       , R. .-I     i    RDVVIO_<E,JVI������nnj?:er.  '^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiHiiwiiiHH'iiiiiii^  S  1   I  4  m**MtK*.-mr<*mim***z*cu.u?vmv*������T\a  nrt,Tnt,it*x4*i-rr,j.w^*Tart na*Mtfvrwtrj*-ux*#'^  ( UMEEItLAND BRANCH....,  >������������������������������������������**<  ...."W. T. WHITE, Manager  errnrtwe tMnrjn*ir*w  2   ,S<)  345 T9  S.".l;;i'ies ���������  t;ii; A livniv-- ��������� S">"') oo  J K. (iray .,.. c/>t) oo  J. Tluf.nsou. .���������  24" oo  T. Coun    Kdh) oo  A. MeKitinoti. ...-;2o oo  #?Q50   Of)  Tool Aooount       j3 05  'l\>tnl e.Npc'Klitutc fur  the ymr   1913 ^'775!! 49  Cost uf public & Ilitfh .  Veil1! toC'.y, iy v.1.) .VP" "i(i  Tol'il HxjH'mtitM!:*   ..    I \\(\\   .'S,  i'i'.iauci'il si.iA'nifiii L'it.' oi Cimi  ��������� jjf.).ii!d fur the \i.,x M)i)  llil'ijM^ii this ji'iil'. It wm liy  done, Imt il will tnlio 1111 inti'lli-  ji'ciit itnd c-oiiililiiod effort,  We are pivascti thai .Mv. T, H.  Cnr'-y has been re elected to the  Sehuol Hoard. ������*To 11" certainly  (ir'tft-vvi s ihis leeo'/uition' froni  thi- I'leot' rv, for his faithful set-  vi'.'e.". lo; jjianv ye rs as sci'retnrv  of ilie 1 oiiiil.  'I'l.f'f v.'vrc about 375 votfs  pi'lU"! ii* the i/cent election oat  of 427. Then- are 258 n'lines on  ilu- jiripvity owners list, and  IO'.- ( u the householders list.  (iq TO���������  HUSH MITCHELL  WO 11   YOU 11  Gen'I Blacksmithing  -AND���������  Horseshoeing  Tii in! St.       Cnmherbi.iO.  : I Wood Woodf  i  ILOOK OUTSf  %        for the Milk wagon       ������  J       with the Green l.ox       i  2     LAUitiH MILK AW I;  %       FARM PKOJJUCIi  Our Milk is the,product  of the llest Fed Cows  l'REvSH   MILK  i^dii'crcd jiKTuin^iv nveiini^'  I. MARUYA  .������^*^^.*saiarn3aa'irJsxiacs������  Wood  ������*> Now is .Ilio (imo lo plnco ������  J)    your order   for   SLAB <2)  WOOD I  ������2,00., .pur doiii.'lti loud |j  $1,HO..,.per single loud 0  ������        "      From The |  I Star Livery Stables 1  ig. 4:  I        NOTICE        I  He  ���������*���������  "tlr, V.ay ATid^rcon. "Pro-  viiuJul Iiliw;ajji-r of thol'rH.-  X iDl1 Cohiinbia Lito Asiurnucu 1;  )���������> Oc, htiBbucn in Cumboiliuul i,  jj roccntly rund uppotatod A, ������-\  if Jj'nuliumr Dibikitt 2'iii.a^-i,  Wh'c'i   'In-   l!c;ttiic:il   of   UH'l  *.vi li I he li.-Mit'������   0*1    of    till)    (.'.in.  ���������I'li'in ('..rii.-i-ii'-* ni'ila' thino_ go.  When   \ou  |.M'i   d'.wn  lo iwo  A a majority, il  is   too close lo  " i       i-1     All'        ���������    ] ��������� i   ;     '  *i  rc.couut is demanded.  1'Oil   KALK--II...M.     ..iini.,  .lid 'iiifin ������������, y,'A,(ili,  Ai)|,'a    p   (,  Uux 18'!, CiUtll'ei'litiid. I). 0.  ������ii  I  P. t*onJza jfiurhomo  company.  I'OK SAMS-Six-room cot.  tnp[e; hnth uml good outbuilding*  Apply A. H. Vt'iwiy,  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  o nr nrjaunaMw.-Mw^'uuf: wiww^i  **  I  ������������������T*t*itVi*���������-^--'fi---"-*- ���������- - *T-t ,-"i;t"Tif n r-^rrrninir-'V'nirpinuBWHiMWii  V. BOflO^M:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  i^rMMiiiitiiifimiiri* r-  pVo'^r      ��������� CUMBERLAND  ���������*���������    M  I  I  ^kUWJTMWMb  ���������  IF YOU GET IT AT      PLIMLEY'S  Big pall in  Gycle Pruees  During stock-uking wc luive found that wc  have quite a number of second-hand shop-  soiled and "returned from hire" machines  ancl arc holding an end of season clearance  at big price reductions.    Look into this.  Thos. Plimley  739 V   TBS &TR.B15T  VICTOR^.*, B. C.  " ii


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