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 f -Vl  M)6 6  *V.V'CT0R5is  11  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District,  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,  AUG. 2, 1910  Subscription #:.o-' a Yf.  "tf^*":r.  THE BIG STORE  This hot weather means va-  vacation time andy ouwi lno  doubt want to get away for  a visit somewhere. You will  want a  Suit Case, Valise, Telescope, or Trunk,  SUITCASES  We have just received a new shipment of these and  can show you a splendid assortment.  Imported Grain Fibre and Brown Enamelled  Cloth,  Hnndsome Finish, Brass Plmted Looks, $8,50 & $3.75  Heavy Rattan, Leather Bouml, Brans Studs & Locks'  /    ..$5 00-  Heavy Canvas, Steel Frame, Bras? Locks.   A  spleii-  did article to stand all kind" of vveur. $6.00-  i SoLdBruwn Leather, fulid Bins-������ Locks, Linen  '��������� .........   -   .. - .......$800,  ������������������'������������������.���������'Heavy Solid Russet Le������'her, Lj.n'cn LiriKl, Shirt  ���������Pocket's, Solid Brubs Locks &. Bolts ,     $10 & $1.2':  ;:TRUNIjS       .; ..'  All kind? and sizes; the better, ones having two Clothc3.  ' "-.:  Trays and Solid Brass Locks and Ctaspa.  !'- Prices, $4.50, 5.00,0 00,6 75, 7 00,8.00, $15 & $19  ; TELESCOPES  I ,   memeeMmeweweememmmmaneeeeeemmeaweMmmmmm  -:  ^valises,' ';;":.  ���������>  Imitation Grain and Solid Leather from 75c to $9.50  TENTS  ', 6 x 8 x 2 $G.50; 7 x 10 x 2A $8.0Q. 10 x 12 x 3 $10.50 ,  f EVERY  ROLL OF WALLPAPER IN  STORE HALF  PRICE])  [.       0T   GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER IN GROCERIES.  I.-'  t  Simon "Leiser ������Sc Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland-  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  ���������H^*H**M*^*M*,H~.~lrM**l'*  STOVES  RANGES  *.TaiT.f.TaaTa.T.������Ta������lTaaT������>aT���������!������������������ T~- * ���������*    --' ������������������������T���������T-.  ^B**HFffl&  T^he Magnet Cash Store.  . T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  i^j*������������������i������*i*,V������������>l,t^***������y,v^^^  *   MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pitsener Brewing Company's BEER,  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  .  SECOND  Presentation to Ex-Super-  intendent, F. D. Little.  1  On tbe evening of the aist ultimo, the following officials! met  at the Company's oflice 1   Mr,  Clinton, paymaster; Dr. J. Gillespie, physician aud surgeon, nnd  Messrs Matthews, Wall and Kes  ley, mine bosses,    The object of  their meetihg was to take leave  of Mr. F. I). Little, ex-superintendent ol the Wellington Coll.  iery Company. During the evening Mr, Matthews, on behalf of  those present, presented Mr. Lit*  t1* '"''th n   wvv vnlmhlf* nnir  nf  field ���������*br.nep.( each lu nn lnf������vm*dl    Th������* follnwin** ������t* tbr������ wimi'iv->  speech spoke of their long iwsoci-1 numbers (or July for Royal Stun  (Utoti with Mr. Little, the  lii-^b' "  STREET  A special feRture for next Friday -mid Saturday at the Elbctric  Theatre will he ''The Burning of  Koine." The public should not  I oil to see this film ns it will he  one of tlie best that has ever been  shown. The rest of the pictures  for thti balance of the week aro  all very fine, amongst the number there arc some excellent side  splitting comics.  The following passengers ar-  lived by City of Nanaimo this  week.���������Mrs R. Grieve, Mrs, A,  McNeil, Vancouver; Mrs. W. U.  Then!, Chilliwuck.  esteem iu which he was held by  mciO anv������ i.ls< iiia.*;, ,v^.,*..h ijv.,..  ities as friend and superintend  ent.   Mr. Little, who was great  ly taken by surprise, replied in u  very  fccliug  and   appreciative  manner, Mating that he is ;uxty-  nhte years old, forty of which has  been spent in the Dunsmuir employ and that he has now retired j .j^J. 0{^1  under very   satisfactory touditi-  ons.    After *he presents ion, re  freshmen**- were *crvcd nnd *tu  evening spent sociably,  dard Flour:-  99089   96127  ,���������>>}- j-  90211  76609   87067  o . . -������  ������������������"'������������������-I  75635*  ��������� J$> J  Great credit is due to Maua-  ger Stewart in the manner and  spit it in which lm met the re  quests of the men, 'hereby scttl  ing any grievance to the sntisfac-  t  Mr A. B, I foyer, formerly  Principal of Cumberland Public  School, is paying the ci'y a viait  City Council,  The City Council" met in regular' session on Monday evening,  there being present Aldermen  Brown, MoLood, Merritield and  the Ma vor,  The minutes of previous mooting wero rend, nnd' adopted.  :   A .communication-was received  from ,tho Union of Brithish Columbia .Municipalities,   requesting  that inoinooi'shipfeobe forwarded,  The amount whs ordered paid,  Constable Gray's report���������  Nif-Jit Watchman, $71,00; Polico  Court, 810.00; Rond Tax, *5.00;  Seules 81.50; Scavenger  Buckets,  1,20; Scavenger, SHO. 50;  Accounts, Light, $������7.10; 11,  Grant & Co, $U'3,  The contract for] stumping nnd  clearing on Dunsmuir Avenue,  was awarded to A Maxwell, Tho  contract for clearing Fourth St,  was not uwM'dcd,  The amendment to scavenger  by law was rend the third time  und passed.  ' Air, Siddall was the only ton���������  derei* for puliee uniform*. No  decision was arrived at in regard  to thorn.  Medical Health Officer's half  yosrly report was received, and  will he found in another column.  There being no further business  the Con noil adjourned  rT^iviTM.ANTVft i'vion  WATER WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Cro.<i,M!..,r  \v\\\   '������,.  ,,})n\VI*t\ fltllv  1 o  ���������between ihe hours nf 7 to S in tin* J  morning and from 7 to 8 in tlu*-  u von lug,  Lt'Mky taps must lie attended to  at "������������������"*  Ai:y rlianj/osor additions to ex-  i������������tiii^ jjipiiij.' muM   be  Mujctiotu'd  by tlni <��������� p������'iy.  A. MeKwiunT,  Manager.  Mi*. V,', !sf. ,iii,������Ul \m\ b-, i>���������i,.  i .if-iy" '--'.ii i<������r Nttitnitttt*.  Kew Steamer For LocaL  Run.  The second   of   tho   two   now  steamers being built iu  England  for the C, P. It. is to ho named  the Princess  Mary,   This is tho  news given out  by Capt.  Troup,  superintendent of tlio British Columbia coast sorvico oil the C, P.  ll.   The captain has recently returned from Winnipeg, whore ho  has been in   cmforonco with the  officials of the company iu rega.d  to a number of inuttiM's of policy.  Ue states that the Princess Mary  will be launched next month, and  it it is expected she will he here  huforo tho end of the year.    This  host is designed especially for the  run up the oiitft cuiist of Vanooii ���������  vor Island in place of the City of  Nanaimo,   but   nothing  definite  is stilted in i������U regard,    She will  be a line general purpose boat capable of t dung any run  that may  ho required of iu������i*.  ���������    i  Tho Prince-'s .Adelaide, which  wus launched recently, is being  piidinl idiead, and will hu ready  to leave for tlii* e-mst  in October,  *******l!^'*ft***^*>*jf^*'** **>***������#<������->'l^.**-*ef^^- ���������M<-'  - fr  THE CORNER STORE I  s������������������exs<5xs)������'^^ j  Our Special Sale for Eight Days is $���������  going strong. Hundreds ot people |  visited the store on Saturday and ben-  ���������*������  I efitted from the good   values they   re- |  ceived.    Everything   in   the store   in  j  DRY    GOODS,    CLOTHING,  HATS & CAPS, is reduced.  J Be sure and come this week, as these  prices are  J. N. McLEOD  JQnnsmtiir Avenue,!  OUMBERLAND. B. C.  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  *������<^������������g*>*v*%*������^/*>*^i*������VbM^  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  ffiif������*i������������*'''Y������*������J^������������\j^  STODDART  THE JEWELLER. I  f^ST Next joor to tho Royal Bank of Oanads, Cumborland.    J>  Courtenay���������Nnmhor of candi-  The stwiuier is to replace tho  Cliariuiii'oii the Victoi'ii-Vaucoii.  vor run.���������.Nauaium llenild.  High School Entrance.  The results of the High School  Examinations for Cumberland and  district, are as follows:  Cumberland���������Number of candidates !', piiSced fl. Hick Acton,  1)10; Williniii McKuddon, BSt);  Annie I.oese, 57B; Ullda Watson,  870; Charles H<'rne, 558; Janet  K. Hohnrtson, 1550.  Comox���������Number of candidates  1, passed I. Ambrose A, Moore.  BUO.  dates I!, passed S. Bessie Woods,  021; Agnes V, Sliophuid, 593  Union Hay���������Number.of candidates ft, passed 2. William Camp-  Ixdl, r,:H; .Jiu-k Uus-oll, 550.  Mi������* Janet Iv. Stewart, of this  city, daughter,of Mr. Dnn 8iev.*������*  urt, iwi'iio of tho winners of the  (toveiiior Oenerid's modal* for  proficiency.  Mrs. J������din   McNevin   left  SuridayV Iwat for Vancouver,  I  RECEIVED TOO LATE.  Wc have just received a shipment of jntc Rugs &  Mattings too late to put in stock and will he placed  on sale at once as we do not wish to carry them <w  cr for another season  Japanes Jute Mats, prettv designs 3 x 6 ft. $1*50  Japanese Mattings, worth 30 & 35c. NOW 20c*  Japanese Mats, 3x6 - - - NOW 50c  Ladies* Fancy Stockings in Iiolio. Myrtle  and Oxblood 25o.  CAMPBELL   BROS. ^,  Dungmu.!* Avencie Cumberlend p3/j  -***  ���������"��������� -���������*%;! hi ml*' ^-*-*'������������������������������������-----      ������������������fa*'  tl  V THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "Don't give? tee none of your back  talkl   And what do you do with ustn'  high language us If you was educated |  yel?" j  Eunice did not answer. I  j       *j     ��������� "Is    it    lieu    Mucblebenny   you're i  rfchlfl        j after?" j  *  1*1.1*41JLf ���������     j    "He Is not quite so objectionable as (  i Abo, hut I'm uot after him." j  Inasmuch us Hen whs considered !������y .  | tho   Morninjfstars  quite  Rood  euoii!*li j  ' for Ollie, this rejection of him tiy tin- {  ; nice wus an offense utmost us grout us i  : her refusal of Alio. {  ���������     "I'll  tell you  what!"  Mrs.  Morning- j  ! star harshly exclaimed.   "You're after !  ; that there Doc  Kinross; that's what! !  She looked Tor sumo jm- or f-ratitude ) 1,,m "'"' ���������VOH livwl ir "'' l������'tw������'������'u *,������"* |  from Eunice, but the Klrl continued io i NOIU<-*h"w' tIiouKli fur the life of me I -.  | don t see when, fur you certainly aiu't  j never out of in.v sight long enough to j  j make up to no man. A body'd have to i  i keep you locked up in a closet yet to I  ���������' keep the men away from you or con- j  i trariwise to keep you from finikin' i  j eyes at I lie men and teniptin' 'em: It's I  i the $J?.00(i you think's comin' to yon I  j has made you all of a sudden so stuck j  j up about our Abe!  And now you tniuK I  ���������*��������� His ���������*���������  Cou  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������r ot "Tilli.: A Mcnnonift Ms.iA"  OofnyriQhl. Km. by Mefhtrt, PhtBip.������tCo.  (Continued.)  regard lier tixcdly aud without replying.  "We tiiean it." she said testily.  "You're got the dure to marry him,  seeln' you want him so bad. To lie  sure, 1 guess it's hard fur you to take  Jt in thnt we're lea tin- you have your  way!"  Still the girl had nothing to say.  "Well".'" cried Mr?.  Morningstar im  patiently.   "What are you'"got to say I "itn "l! ,ll!,t money you kin marry a  fur yourself?   Can't   you  even '-peak    towner yet I" j  saddy (thank youi to a body?" A hot color burned in Eunice's cheek, j  "I   wonder what you  expect me to j ,"lt  sll������   looked  at  Mrs.  Morningstar I  6ay"-tho girl's soft voice at hist an- i steadfastly.     ������ I  1     "Three  thousand  dollars  coming to I  me?   What do you mean?" j  "You   want   to   portend   you   don't j  know yet.'" the woman said sarcastic- !  ally, though ber eyes wavered from tbe  girl's face doubtfully.    Was it possible  she did hot know?  "Will you explain to me what you  moan?" Eunice repeated,  "it ain't neither here nof there!    I )  on him that perhaps he had been rash  in coming away und leaving Eunice  in ignorance, even for a week, or ber  possible good fortune. Goodness knows  what she might do in this week of his  absence. Abe was evidently very desperately in love with her. and the  Morningstars. in their dire chagrin at  being obliged to pay over to her that  $3,000, might drive her to the point of  marrying Abe in self defense, as it  were. Of course it was only her utter  ignorance of life that made lier tolerate Abe, though even that did not  seem to excuse such bad taste. Fauey  Miss Wolcott receiving Abe Morningstar ns her uephew-in-law! The pie-  turo made him laugh aloud.  The wearing doubt as to whether  Miss Wolcott could be brought to acknowledge Eunice as ber niece and  recognize her claims was never absent  from his mind for an instant. At times  he felt that be was going on a fool's  errand. If, at the time the Daniels  wrote to her, she bad not even tried to  see the child to prove or disprove their  story, how could he nope that now,  after ail these years, she would concede what wus so much against her  own interests?  "If only I were a diplomat Instead of  'a blunt, plain man' I might lead up to  my story so prettily and persuasively  that before sbe knew it she'd be burning to illustrate artistically the beauty  of self sacrifice in ber own person.  But I know I'll make a muddle of it.  ���������Your money or your life!' That's  more my style, more's the pity!"  He consoled himself with the reflection that if Eunice did not come into  the money it would probably be far  better for her, and it was only by rea-  SIRES AND SONS.  George  F.   Baer,  president of the  Reading  Hallway  company,  Is misty  seven years of age.  Captain H. F. Scott. R. N.. who Is  organ taint,' a new British expedition tn  life antarctic ut a cost of ������'00.000. cum  tuuuded the national antarctic expedi  lion in 1U00-4.  A. B. Stiekney. former president ot  ilie Chicago Croat Western railroad, is  writing a book on freight rates. lie  expects to devote the next six or seven  months to tiie work.  Admiral von Holtzendorff. who succeeds Prince tleury of Prussia us commander in chief of the Cierman navy.  Is lifty-six years of age and has commanded (lie first squadron of the high  sous fleet since the year 1 !K)ft.  The Moke of Buccleuch has an annual revenue of nearly $300,000. is  known to owl art treasures worth  if-l.fiOO.OOO und maintains a great London house and at least six country  homes in Scotland and England.  Harry P. Whitney began his busi  iicss training as a bank clerk at &Jn  a week. He now has charge of the  $:.!0.(XKUK)0 estate left by the elder  Whitney, and it is said that his trusteeship has increased tbe family fortune.  Jose M. Herriiro of thp class of l.S5X������  in Uie Agricultural college. Amherst,  whose name in (lie "index" was starred, marked deceased, with the 'explanation. "Died at the hands of tbe  Spaniards iu Cuba." astonished bis  friends roientl.v by calling on them  bale anil hearty, und voyy much alive.  "Had i/ou anything clue to my to mi?"  swered tho woman's rough tones���������"to  thank you for offering mo your son?"  'That's little enough to expect any-  now," Mrs. Mornliigsinr retorted.  Kunlce rose slowly and stood resting  her band on the table. "Had you any-  thtngelse to say to tne?"  Ton needn't go right nways. Set  nwhlle," she commanded. "There's  some thin.vs we'd bettor tulk out now  V{$'jp nt ft."  "What things?" Eunice aRked bosl- j  fatlngly, not silting down.  "Och, I'd like to know how soon yon  nod Abo llilnks yous would like to  nffand up lo say 'Yes' (get married), and  wticn you'll want to be buyln' your  ftumteuer, nud when yous want to go  I* boiiflekcepln'���������things like tbem."  "We need not dtoen-s those thing*.  t trill not marry Abe."  Mrs. Morningstar stared nt bin- un-  rotuprebeodlngly,   Kunlce walled.  "What d'you Bay?"  *i will not marry Ah*."  "Ocli." Hie woman said impatiently,  "what's tlio Ufio foolln' time awuy wllh  (lurttiudlu' and till kin' so duuimV"  "I am feigning nothing, I would  not d rea in of marrying Abe.''  "In It that you want it) lie coaxed or  whatever?" Mrs. MornlngKtar detinind-  ������tf|, nn angry red in her cheeks, "There  I am fur alopiiln' when It would inine  locoailn'.  I ain't ooaxln' you any."  "It would l������e useless, carta Inly."  "Willit do you mean?" asked lho woman, fairly bewildered at unci' fine*-  peeled and Incredible behavior.  "Why should you think I want io  nurry Abo?" Hie girl suddenly asked  "I   h*v������   Ion j*   wondered   why   you  UllMlgllt   I   IllUSt  UfH'OHMiirily   wish  lo"  she ho* I tu I ed a u Instant, while Mrs.  Morolinrstur could only stare nt her In  blxflk tuilNWinciit��������� "because." entitlti  mv.1 Kunlce. "there la no falo which I  won Id I bl nit more tragic than being  married to your son."  "Von aln'l Inlkln' sincere!" the woman ifii'd. "I'd like lo know how yon  think you could do better or lm If a*  trooftr  4 lino* i iiKiiii n.i'. hi/ it, ���������  "Couldn't do worw������'h niiirry our Abe!  Your'  Tht Bin wan patiently silent. Hume-  thing ciiiivlnt lug lu her bearing made  Sirs. Mnniliigstur begin to suspect  that ������lis< iii-ttially iiieunl what she said,  anil own groan-- lunu u,-i iumi���������h������h-i,i  ���������t this iiulH'lli'vnble slight to Her ������on  was her sudden dread of liming Hint  tSMNMi l*o out of the family,  "It's" her ihliikln' Unit there uiouey's  cottiln' to her make* her ho *������*���������������. mid  high minded about Alio," she thought.  "<sf    Ulclil*-    IIi'll    MU'-klolU'lllir    gut    il  cbniH't to ������ee Iter iinl������knowu>������i lo urn.  nm! she ffilnk* she'd 1k> iloln' U'tlcr to  lake IUm "  ] didn't mean notbin'.    Is Doc Kinross i  ___  | sweet on you?" j  The girl's lips quivered, and her eyes  suddenly glistened with tears.  "Do you want to know what he  thinks of me?" she asked, her voice vibrating with suppressed bitterness.  "He thinks so poorly of me as to believe me capable of marrying Abe!"  Her  hopeless  tone  implied that  lie  could think no worse.    Mrs. Morningstar was dumfounded.    Such a  view  of  Abe   was   incomprehensible.     And  that   it  should   bo   held   by   this  girl  I whom she scorned, seemed past belief  ���������j���������*Vnd-yef1--<!eep.dow.n_in-be!'-!iea.ut_sha  I knew that Eunice spoke sincerely :���������that j  ;. passing strange as it seemed, she ac-  j tuall.v  did  uot  want  to   marry  Abe;  | that ir that .$3,000 was to remain in tbe  family, she must stoop to coax!    She  coax this pauper g!rl. her serf, to marry ber Abe!    It was a bitter humiliation. ' , .  Slie   hegnn   nt   first  diplomatically.  She said Unit of course they wouldn't  "leave" tlieir adopted,daughter go penniless to lier husband and that if she  did marry their son they would give  ber n nice purse full of money���������up in  the hundreds.  Rut Kunlce did not rise to the halt  Then the woman humbled herself to  plead with lier and to speak of Abe's  love for her.    But this, too, failed,  "Let us talk of It no more." Kunlce  gently begged, feeling utterly exhausted after a half hour of the futile discussion.   "It is of no until to talk."  Mrs. Morningstar fried then to Insb  herself Into a rage and upbraid ber nl-  stlnacy, but she found herself strangely tongue Hod. This wiir a new und  u n film I liar Kunlce, this girl who calmly refused to obey her, who used a*  "high language" as If she wero "noun  learnt" and who didn't think Abo  "good enough fur her" In place of  Hie contempt wllh which she hud always (routed her ������in. round horse"  inspired almost with a sense of nwe  before lier and certainly with a uovel  feeling of respect  When at last Eunice loft her for the  alght Mrs. Moriilngstar, havlug entirely failed In nor commission, wondered  ������������ alio took her lamp to go upstairs  what "pop" would say of her failure  und whether tho jrlrl's ������mar.lna refusal  would lenvo ulin as dumfounded as It  had left nor.  SIR J J UN ANU 1 HI. HUME.  Mr. Basile Benoit Tells a Character'*  tic Story of Macdonald.  The Canadian Club of Ottawa has  placed the lover oi Canadian lore  under a debt of gratitude by preserving in its last published volume the  record of a banquet held some months  ago at which the guests of honor included eight of the twenty-four survivors of the First Parliament of  Canada. They were Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell, Hon. John Costigan,  Hon, Wm. Ross, Hon. Wm. Miller,  Hon. G. B. Baker, Sir James Grant,  Sheriff Hagar, of Prescott County,  and Mr. Basile Benoit, of Chambly.  Que. The reminiscences uttered on  thai occasion are preserved. Of the  great Conservative leader, Sir John  A. Macdonald. Mr. Benoit gave a  couple of little incidents. During one  sitting of the House, he said, Sir John  was speaking on the possibilities of  settlement in the immense fields of  the Northwest. Territories for a vast  number of families. He appealed to  his people in Canada and to the world  at large to come and to take these  lands and to build happy homes.  "His voice grew tender," said Mr.  Benoit, "and I have still in the ear  the words 'Happy Homes' that, he repeated many times with a caressing  tone and deep feeling, pressing them,  as a father, to come and,to found a  happy home in the boundless prairies  that God had reserved to them.  "Another trait of personal character that I love to point out," continued Mr. Benoit, "is the following:  When I was superintendent of tiie  Chambly Canal, Sir John happened  to be Minister of Railways and Canals  in the interim. As everywhere, some  accidents   happened   occasionally   to  ENTERS HER 91ST YEAR  FLORENCE  NIGHTINGALE  LIVES  . QUIETLY IN LONDON,  THE   RAGLAN   SLEEVE  The Venerable Heroine of the Crimea  Accomplished a Noble Work and  Set a Movement Afoot That Has  Gone Far to Relieve the Horrors of  War���������She Is Now In Feeble Health  ���������Nurs* Attends to Her Wants.  That remarkable, self-sacrificing;  Englishwoman, who in the past century accomplished so much for thi>'  good of suffering humanity, not only  in her own time, but to continue  throughout future generations, passed  her ninetieth birthday recently. Florence Nightingale, tho heroine of the  Crimean war, enters her 91st year feeble in health and with weakened intel-  lect. Able to do little for herself, she  is constantly attended by a nurse and  the latter days of her life are passed  quietly in her home in, London. On  the anniversary of her birth many admirers remembered her with flower*  and numerous friends called at her  home, while King George sent hern  telegram of congratulation,  Of late years Miss Nightingale's lif.-r  has been so secluded that many persons had lost track of her and believed she had passed to the reward div������  K  rnAPTBR XX.  f/INROSS'  tolej-ram   to   Newport  brought  nn   Immediate   reply.  Miss Wolcott wu at her summer homo nnd would bo there  until late In tho autumn,  He had time on hit Jounioy to reflect upon tbo episodes of the ftnat few  days with comparative coolness of  ludiimttut and to see some things with  more clearness than on a llrsl view,  also tint various development* of the  miiiiiner appeared in somewhat different perspective now that ho looked ut  them from a little distance.  "I went to that farm to find seclu-  ilon, iiuli't, a monotony that would  leave mo free to study, and what I fell  Into-plota and counterplola, with country courtships, disguises, a stolon infant, bininled chambers, murder-"1, sul-  eldim, ({hosts and a discovered lielre*1*!  >tlioti   ll    tbuUMit iu    2  iniili<i<'i  li..  found half *>o much eveltemenl nt Ww.  port.   Why, It's boon a strain!"  He had been told before leaving tin-  farm that his fellow boarders were to  go buck tu town before lu* return,  When he had paid tils hoard Mrs.  NinmiiiiiMiar. niiOtt lUv. vi'.V*. <,, ;,,..  extra fees for her conniving in his dl*  guise, had thawed so far as to volunteer the promise that she would account to the yonug ladles for his <)���������  parti)re by saying that tho farmhand  had boon discharged because of tlio  lii"<ti'.'"tilont and trnivonitml'->iJ fro-  ooenoy of his headaches. He wornloi-  oil   whether-In  his nlHwnee iiiiv  aeci  son of his sense or Jtislleo that hn was  trying to place her In command of tho  great weallh that belonged lo her, He  himself was remarkably free from tlio  money madness of the age. He had  always had more than enough for his  needs, but tint enough io spoil him. anil  had therefore gone through life, thus  far, escaping tho mania fur accumulating wealth.  "Her money may quite spoil the attractiveness sho now has in her simplicity, her perfect nntiiraluess, when  one Is alone with her, Just the and-  ���������lode* ol lieortfiiuia; ifioio <onion i ix-  a men- <���������*.ironic eontrimt of chflrneter  1 neorglnnn Is n personified pose, If  sho ever did a ������|Xintaneoiis thing In  my presence, ever made an niisttidleil  remark. I think I'd lull in love with  ber ou the spot!"  l kti   0<;   ^ iiitioit.i ...>  Your Rising Chance. i  Jf you're uumm lor to vlimb '  lilifh in lltv m uny nimt I  ilon't yon m in* trouble o������ a bar,  tlt'i un uiminp ugnt  An' so Himrin' oui o' tight  tn the r*tu>n wti������re me trusty prices are.  -Ailiiiua Constitution.  Impossible.  Dnrtor-Mndnui. It Is Impornllvo that  you put your husband on u low diet.  HU fever Is Km great.  Wife-Hut how can I when everything Is mi higbv- Oui'luDiitl Commer*  olol dnvdtie  '������������������ the laborers on tho tiiiial. I aikel  Sir John what to do when a imui whs  injured on tlio work, His first question was a'.wayit, 'Has lie h (uniilyi  linn he childrenr~' On an affirmative  answer ho invariably told mo in earn*  oi*l, 'Find tho ntoaiiK to pay Unit man;  don't let his children suffer.' I do  not refer hero to what Sir John has  none in the building of tlio country,  imr to hi*. wonaVful uttuiiiinetitH, I  Jinvo Just found in him n lender  Iicitrl; his memory is sacred u> mu  lurever."  ��������� dental  hints would 1* dr<������p|*'d us m  *'I������#i this here's yonr gratefijlne-s fur | hl������ pretended character. He '���������wild tmi  Mil we d������a������������ fur .v<m n"re*dy!" *be up think without a growing uti<>n������ine>������  timiried tin* g'ri. nf Hut fAK| approaching reopening of  A bud* of weariness cmue Into r'.n- j the college, when ho would have in  nt������*������'������ f)rm *������'i*> *i������*i Dp lie/ mui\i mid oni<t MJimi **Mery aiwf Miss l*arl������������ *,-������  tutm-d .t>i.tj from the ���������������������ftit������ hr  Klnro">< of the funilfy  "Win* d������ *���������������������������*��������� WNfit i������ ninrr.t, iiwur j it ������������������������ ������u^n he was Hearing the end  Mr*, MorulitgHiur snopped nor witn j of hf������ founiey that some Indistinct up  the ������|tM*>ll<H������ i |irelioifiiiiiB which had lieeti  vague!,  "Tttrit |h not a malts r tbiil II Is nrr troul>iing him lirgan lo ������*smimi> .Icti  rv id dii*"i>* " ' ulte ultiip* und the reallaslloti iu dawn  i      Bound to Be Ready.  The laiiiily wore lo leave town on  th������ two o'clock tram, mo llie mother,  said, n������ she was hurrying along the  preparations:  "Vow .'hlldren, gel ready to go Ii"-  lore luiieheou, Di'ii'l h'ave nnyliiing  U> be done at the very hint ininiite,''  And lite i!hildi>.it ������i������id tin > umiM  not. I.iinehoon elided, liny burned  into their wraps and started. In the  hall the mother ������.������iii:  ���������'Kdwis'il, y������u uidnt bru.-h your  teeth."  "Vi-h, ma'am, I did."  "lint vo rmildn't," she said "Von  didn't Iniv time, Why, y< n n.-t thn  minute got up tr������������m Ihe table,"  "f know that." s������id Kdward. "tml  w������ wore in such a hurry Hint I  brushed 'tin b (ore I i������*e."  A Quiet Tip.  The man who linns* ne snows ll nil  Kroni ins lolty imii'li msy g������i u full,  Hut tm who is hi times in doubt  AUy imu nis wttuKness hu<r������ mm nut,  -cnitwuu Ntiws.  OettlriT On.  "They seem to bo getting on all  right"  "I should say they are. I understand they're within twelve years of  havlug their home paid for."-U������iroU  Free Press,  Evtn st Last.  H������ WiiHililn l  iwy \t\������ uual J lilll,  }ii> m������ii*r Imw ������he hurnii) Wm.  And so io ������vf������ up lh" seort  ills uu.iiiiiiij uusiress riistrled him.  - i.ipjiinuotfe.  tstids th������ Questien.  *ifl������s t'liii-The women are now  ���������emllMg "in n riiiuluu trj i<> iho iiiau,  Miss I'ert-lf they're young and pn������t'  ry I hoy win got the ring from the mtrJ  wlihoiit criing ti������r ij. - Hsltlnior*  A mens H.  Why Two Ears Art Nseiitary.  toll UI III    t lutein    Im     nuW.i    , .ei,.i'.i.i������  frnm n o������ittrnl pofr'. of rllslurbnnee,  just ns waves rndltHo when a stono  is dropped into sti I water. Ho far  ns Ihe hearing of etch individual is  concerned those wa*ea move in a direct lino from the cnuse of tho sound  to his <>nr, the impa't being Ihe great-  est in the ear ueafsl lu inn source,  This being tlio fn*o, a person who has  totally lost the acme ut heiirinu in one  ear, althoui'h ho imi.v iinav'ine that the  detect Is ot litilo lonseuuenen, cannot locnti* tlio dlrorflon of a soimd to  save his life, even when the coiitro of  dlsturb������iicejs���������auitojioarjni"  Mrs. Pat's House.  One of the most remnrknlile houses  in the world is the Loudon ronitionee  of Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the actress,  whose recent entrance Into vnudoville  has aroused so much iutore������t ������.nl  comment. It in in il* (urnifthmenl  that the Cnmnhnll resilience owes ftt  title to di������tiiiftion. Bach room In the  home represents s different coui.tr",  and within each room nre gathered  the various trophies, mementoes and  work* o| nrl which Mrs, Campbell associates o|en*nntly with her visile lo  that (.aMieiilar country.  FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE.  a life of such great good as hers ha*  been. Born in 1820,' in Florence, Italy.  the daughter of nn Englishman, she-  was highly educated and became brilliantly accomplished. Early in lilt  her great interest in alleviating suffer-  ing manifested itself and led her.  when alwut 24 years old, to the stuck  of hospital conditions. She trnvele-l  all over Europe visiting the civil an-1  military hospitals; studied the management of hospitals, and in 1851 went  into training for her lifework at ,a,i  institution conducted by Protestant  Sisters of Mercy at Kaiserswortb, mi  the Rhine. Returning to Eng and sin-  put into thorough working order the  ���������Sanitarium for Governesses in connec  tion with the IiOiidon institution, M���������  the outbreak of tho Crimean war she  caused a sensation by organizing a department of nursing at Scutari to cure  for thu sick mid wounded British soldiers, With a sinnll band of associate-  she braved tho dangers and hardship  of the battlefield and, n' first, the opposition of the authorities. Her heroic  movement was the inception of tin  science of nursing, All advance in th>  hospitals of the world's battlefield-'  aiul the alleviation of some of their  horrors is due to her.  At that time the mismanagement of  tho British hospital service was terrible, There was a lack of doctors an l  cnnoral ignorance of what to do ami  how lo do it. Although there wori'  medical supplies and rations in plenty, they could not ho obtained without  almost unending ofllcial rod tape, an-1  meanwhile thousands of bravo me i  were dying of fever, starvation and  putrescent wounds. Mild though she  appeared, this gentlewoman hold a  power of authority which could accomplish wonders and, when sb������i  found her appeals (or supplies wero  unavailing, she imperiously ordered n  squad of soldier to break down the  doors which held her from 4h'o-storo*.  From that time forth sho was tho idol  of the army. Her dovotion to the suffering soldiers will never (ado from  Knglish memory,- At one time, overcome ai a renullpf her unonding labor  and prostrated!w)th (aver, she refused  to leave hor work, and, recovering, remained at hor post till Turkey wat  evacuated in July of I860  Miss Nightingale saved the lifo and  health of many a soldier, but in doing  her uoblo  work  Impaired   hor own  health and she has s|ient most of lier  life since as an invalid. All her efforts  wero not confined to the battlefield  *nd suffering soldiers.   Through her  ���������experience of army sanitation during1  the campaign she was able to give the  'British  authorities  all   information  'necessary for the greatly needed reform in that direction. Bho character-  iced tho Crimean war ai a sanitary  experiment on a colossal scale.   She  has had printed many notes on her  '5,w. ;���������!'.-1!     < xj crii-nef (     whl^h     h-v-r,  I proved very valuable because* of their  i clearness and detail, nud iho vaiue ol  | ,tho school she founded for nurses can  , be appreciated only by motnbers of  | the medical profession,  In HKW this noble old womnn wim  ' decorated by the late King Edward  ������ii,l    \\IM   k|IVi������iI>-������wu*'-v������������.t.t������.������      >.);\ltt  ; of-Merit. This order was instituted by  King Edward in 1008 and only those  | who have won distinction In science,  i art, war, or tho professions ran re-  I ceive il.    Florence Nightingale   was  I tho first woman to have the Order*nt<  i Merit conferred upon her. Among the  , 'fe* who have received the decoration  are Lord Roberts and l-ord Kitchener,  representing ihe army, !*rd Rayleigh  and the late l-ord Kelvin, lenders in  natural science, and l-ord Lister,   %  great contributor to medical knowl*  edge.  Noble Florence Nightingale, tb<*  worthy heroine of the Crimen, idol of  tbe British soldier and benefactor of  mankind for future generations, h������#  but a comparatively short time to remain In this life, but the memory of  her wonderful labor will live for year*  f0 coma. iqjMMSu  n  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Experimenting Cost $100  $1.00 Paid for the Cure  Rheumatism    Disappeared When the I writes:   "I have great   pleasure   in j  Poisons Were Removed from the     testifying to the good results 1 have !  Ct/.������������.v. ku no    ruACF'c obtained by u-ing Dr, Chase's Kidnty !  System by DR.   CHASE S I un(,   Liver   m]a*   For  four \  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS |suffered   from   Rheumatism   in   my;  Experiments are sometimes neces-j shoulders nnd hack and could not liftj  sary and almost always expensive. It j my arms above my head. 1 tried near- j  is usually wise to let others do the I ly all the advertised remedies. Lots of j.  experimenting and profit by their ex. j them were to be sure cures, but none i  perience. ;of them gave me relief. I  When it is a matter of regulating j "I was then persuaded to use Dr.!  the liver, kidneys nnd bowels and |Chase's-Kidney and Liver Pills and(  driving out of the system the poisons ! soon found relief. By following up |  which cause rheumatism, backache, j thu treatment a thorough cure wns \  lumbago and othci pains and aches, i brought about and for six months'I i  experience has proven that Dr. | have'been free from rheumatism. It  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills are j cost nie at least one hundred dollars  the. most effective treatment available. I in     experimenting   before   using Dr.  They   are   different   from ordinary I Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills, which  kidney medicine in that they regulate j cured me at the cost of 25. cents a  Taking No Chance.  "Darling," he said. "I wish to b������  perfectly frank and honest with, you  We are to be married a week from  next Thursday. Don't you ihltik  ought oefore it Is forever too late to  tell you the story of my past life?"  The Boston girl recoiled iu horroi  from him. crying: |  '���������No--iioJ Please don't. Tho ar-l  rangenicnts for Ihe wedding have alt  been completed, and I should never be,  able io lace my friends again If it  were io be nullified now.'"���������Chicago  Record-Herald. i  Doomed to Suffering  mCH������DBt"FBUIH.lllU"  the liver and bowels, as well as the  kidneys, n.nd in that way get at the  very source of trouble.  Let others experiment if they will.  This letter shows what experimenting  cost one man, and many have had  somewhat similar experiences.  Mr. .Tames Clarke, Maidstone, Sask.,  box.  You can be sure of definite, beneficial results when you use Dr. Chase's  Kidney and Liver Pills. One pill a  close. 25 cents a box. All dealers, or  Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  Write for free copy of Dr. Chase's  Recipes.  If Too  Presumptuous  Head Waiter,, (dignified and pompous)���������"Have you ordered, sir?'  Despairing Patron���������"Yes, I ordered  a porterhouse steak half an hour ago  and I wi������h to apologize for my rudeness. With your permission I will  withdraw it as an order and renew it  as a suggestion."  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with worms, and  they lose no time in applying the best  of remedies���������Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator.  Tailor (to Tommy's mother  ordering her boy's suit)���������  wish the shoulders padded?"  Tommy���������"No, ma, have   them  the seat of the pc.nts!" . t.  who is  Do you  An Embryo Fan ���������'"  "That,boy of mine," said Nupopp,  proudly, "is going to be u great baseball enthusiast some day."  "I'd like to know how you can tell,"  rejoined his friend Bieecher. "He's  only two weeks old."  "Yes," said Nupopp, "but'he can  yell louder than any chap of his age  and weight I ever saw." ��������� Chicago  Daily News.  Confession of a Ghoul  "You say that the deceased was a  blameless man, beloved and respected.  You knew him?"  "No, I got that from his tombstone."  to shine as a  light to  Is completely a  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  "How prettv the bride looks with  those orange blossoms!"  "Yes. she's a peach."  "They make a fine pair, don't they?"  "They do that, and she' the apple  of his eye." \  The female house fly lays from one  Pflu hundred and twenty to one hundred  and fifty eggs at once, and as these  eggs mature in two weeks, her descendants number hundreds of thousands in three months. Therefore all  housekeepers should commence using  Wilson's Fly Pads now, and by killing the few flies you, have at present,  cut off the host that would come later  in the season.  - It Has Many Qualities.���������The man  who possess a bottle of Dr^ Thomas'  Eclectric Oil is armed against, many  ills. It will cure a cough, br������ak a  cold, prevent sore throat; it will reduce the swelling from a sprain, cure  the most persistent sores and will  speedily heal cuts nnd contusions. It  is a medicine chest in itself, and can  be got for a quarter of a dollar.  Chicago Wins  Londoner���������We have the largest hotel  in the world.  Chicngoan���������-Rnv, we've got a hotel  that- has a dining room three miles  long, and the. waiters go about on  horseback,  "^oologtsis my tiTTiT-ffll,J~"~l{tlWrT  species of wild animals are gradually  diminishing in size.  The Curls of My Childhood.        ]  |With ull duo upologles.J ;  How dear io my heart are the curls of my  oliilillioort !  When memory's working recalls them to  me: . i  How often I've ranted and thought how 1  wild would  Go if there were issued "no cutting" decree: '   ���������    . '  Aad now would I sing with great gladness  forever                           / ,  It only those curls were upon my bald  head. '  There is nothing of mine 1 would not deliver   , ,  if only of me no such truth could  be  said:  His head  Is as smooth as the top of a  table  Thai's polished  the lust.  The  hair  that  he owns  fable.  The glory that crowned htm Is all of the  past.  Dear days of my childhood, the curls that  1 owned then.  The curls that have gone and have left  me so sad,  Sweet curls of my childhood, the way that  1 moaned when  The roots all departed of curls 1 ones  naa:    ���������Judge, i  i  In Old Bagdad.  "Have I ever told you." asked Scheherazade, "the story of the lake which  covered the site of a vanished city and  of the fisherman who cast, bis nets  therein and drew forth the former inhabitants whom enchantment mid  transformed into fishes?"  "By tiie beard of the prophet, Schth  herazade." exclaimed the sultan,  "you've got 'em ail beat, a mile on tisb  8tories!"-Brooklyn Life.  .. k       "~-     '  ������������������ ' ������������������    ;  The First Straw. .{  from the closet, cobweb covered.  _Tjooj������_iie_forth������his_oldiStEa.w_hat,.  Finnish Lawyers.  In Finlaud lawyers are obliged be-  fove tbey can secure government employment to serve for some time as  ordinary policemen for tbe purpose of  gaining practical experience.  CHS.Al.es BARRETT, ESQ.  Harbor au Bouche, March 24,1909.  "I suffered terribly from Biliousness  and Dyspepsia for fifteen years, was  treated by physicians and took many  remedies'bnt got no relief. Then I took  "Fruit-a-tives", and this medicine  completely cured me when everything  else failed. To all sufferers from Indigestion, Biliousness and Constipation,  I strongly advise them to try this  fruit medicine", Charles Barrett.  50c a box, 6 for $1.50���������or trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  There Are Others  "I saw a well dressed man get up  and give his seat to a lady in a crowd,  ed car."  "Yes. so did I. He got off at the  next corner."  Incense In Tibet.  Some of lbe inceuse .sticks made in  Tibet cost from $1 to J'J apiece.  The Best Timekeeper.  The best timekeeper iu the world  adorns the steeple of the Kerllii observatory. It varies only fiftccu oue-  tbousaudths of a second daily, lu  other words, it varies only a full second in sixty-six aud two-third days.  Mount Etna.  Plants near Etna attain an extraordinary growth owing to the subtor-  riiuean beat. Strange to teil, there are  numerous small streams on the sides  of tbe mountain. The Cautara river,  which still retains the uame of Alcantara, separates the plain below  Taormina from the last declivities of  Etna.  I COUGHS & COLDS  LEAD TO CONSUMPTION  Colds ue the most dangerous of all  I forms oi disease.    A neglected cold leads  to Bronchitis, Consumption, Pneumonia.  " Coughs" are the remit of irritated bron-  chisltube-.  "PSYCHlNE"cutescoughs  jby removing the irritating particle* sod  [healing the inflamed membrane;    It is a  fermicide and destroys the tubercle germ,  t is a tonic thai strengthens the lungs, the  1 liver, and tones up the ivitem.    It makes  for better health in sll conditiomof human-  iiy. Crtitrongandthecough will disappear.  ���������PSYCHINE" make, weak people  I strong.   It cures cougtu of the most obdu-  I rate kind and breaks up ��������� cold in a It*  I hours.  Write for Free Ssnplt.  Ft* Sals W all DrariW. i������' D������������Un See. * $1  per settle.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUH  LIMITED,  TORONTO  WHY BACKS ACHE  Hardened Paint Brushes.  A paint brush that has become hard-  eued with palut' can be made soft nnd  pliable by immersing It in boiling vinegar. After it has simmered in this  liquid for a few minutes It should be  washed thoroughly Id warm soapsuds.  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN*  But, Oh, Ye Servants!  Lady Ross���������Jane, what is the time?  Jane���������It was ten minutes after 9  about five minutes ago. It'll soon be  half past, mum.  Plate Glass.  Plate glass was tjrst made in  at St. Picardy, France.  1688  To test the speed of a projectile  driven by modern high power explos.  ives British scientists have perfected  it chwoscope which inn. sures time to  the millionth of a second,  "The people in here, T am told,"  hummed the mosquito, trying to find  an opening, "put up this netting lo  filter the atmosphere and make it  more wholesome." .  "0, come off!" exclaimed the other  mosquito.   "That's too gauzy!"  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house.  D'Auhist���������"Do you think my battle  ���������picture expresses, as T have meant it  to, all Ihn poiennnt horrors of war?"  Kittrick���������"Oh. yes; it's tho awfullost  thing I ever saw."  Corns erinplo tho feet nnd make  walking n torture, vet sore relief in  the shape of Hollnway's Corn Cure is  within reach of all.  A woman is n^'er awe she is happily married until alio discovers that  she isn't.  Tf pvtv hnnse|{iw>nor would use  Wilson's. Fly Padt fi'"o!v during the  comititT summer, the house flv wouVI  soon ep"sr> to exist, or ho grontly di-  minishod.  Wh������ro It Was Nae-dsd  Barber���������How do you   want  shaved, sirf  Man In the Chair���������On the fnco  to ho  $IOO-REWARD-$IOO  The readers of this paper will be  pleased to learn that there is at least  one dreaded disease that science has  been uhlo to cure in all its stages,  and thnt is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity, Vn.  tarrh being a constitutional disease,  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation ot  the disease and giving tlio patient  strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its  work. Tho proprietors have so much  faith in its curative powura thut they  offer One Hundred Dollars for any  case that it fails to cure, Send for list!  of testimonials,  Address   F.   J.   CHUNKY   &   CO.,  Toledo, 0.  Sold by all Druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for con-  stipatiou.  If a hurn. ho immediately   covered  with butter tho skin will not blister.  ,     Scent ot moth balls round 11 hovered,  But he did not care for thai���������  Brushed it off, with care caressing.  It was yellow now and sear,  But he put it an. confessing.  "New ones cost too much this year," .  Down the busy street he wore It,  Miiii and tiiijm.v was the day.  But tile pou|ile turned and R'lgKled.  "I'ipe Uie lid!" ne ueard them say.  Ren was ne and sweatiiir freely  When ue reached 11 is office door,  Anil the intuitu- thai evening  found the straw nat on tne floor,  ���������Spokane SpoKesman-Kevtew.  Not Complimentary.  "Well." said ihe young lawyer after  be hud heard jIs new client's story;  "your case appears to be good. I think  we can secure a verdict without much  trouble."  "That's what I told my wife," said  the man, "und yet she insisted at tlrst  that we ought to engage a first cliiss  lawyer," ��������� Catholic Standard aad  Times,  Progress,  Last year I expurienced internal pain.  Aly doctor in lone supercilious  The Kidneys Seldom to Blame  -The Trouble Due to  Blood Impurities  There ' is more nonsense talke'd  about backache than any other disease. Some people have been frightened into the belief that every backache means deadly kidney trouble.  That, is utter rubbish. As a matter  of scientific fact not one backache in  twenty has anything to do with the  kidneys., Most backaches come from  sheer weakness, and kidney drugs  joajnlL,pojsikly_^ur������_thaL__^oji_^(ied  something to.brace you up and give  you new strength and that is exactly  what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will  do. Other backaches are really muscular rheumatism, and Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have cured the worst cases  of rheumatism by driving the poison,  ous acid out of the blood. Other back-  ac'hes are the symptoms.of ordinary  ailments such a influenza, indigestion,  constipation and liver complaint. In  women backaches often come from tho  troubles that follow so surely on any  weakness or irregularity in the usual  blood supply. The one way to cure  these backaches is to strike at the  root of the trouble with Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, which enrich the blood and  bring strength to aching h'icks and  weak nerves. Mr. Alex. Cockbum,  Deloraine, Man., says: "About three  years ago I suffered terribly from  backache. I consulted a doctor and  took his medicine, and wore n plaster,  but did not get tho least relief. Then  I got a belt, but this was as useless ns  the other treatment, and my suffering  still continued. Then one of my  friends asked me whv I did not try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I got  a box.   Before they   were   all   used  my unci or in ion������ supercilious t,,orp  w) improvement  in   mv  AnriouncMl mail never coulil motor aualrt 1      'u' ii    ������������������''P���������*''O'"  ln  '"J  for it made me 100 automooihous. condition and 1 got throe boxes more.  1 ]\y the tune ' '���������--' '"'    n���������   "n  I line) taken   those   all  But  I'm still under treatment, and onifhp signs of tho pain had gone, nnd  diseasu more j ���������s  \\   h,ls  nnt  since  returned   I  feel  Will surety deprive me of reason. I tnnt 1nP our(, lH pr.rrt,nnonl.   My only  worse man 1 suffered   r(%r,,H ,��������� (.,m(  r ',,,,,. m)t ,)0ftr (jf ���������.,  Aoros.paiua Das mo this season! 1 Wmii'ins*  Pink IM1U sooner, for not  -Harvard Lampoon.   !������n'v would 1 have got rid of thu pain  1,1 ,  . .��������� j sooner, hut would also   have   snvei'  The Word "Hank."  The word "batik," or "hocks." as  applied to skeins of thread or yam.  is derived from the name of a Brabant  manufacturer who went to England on  tbe Invitation of Edward HI. lu 13M.  Dutch Cities.  Most Dutch cities are several  below tbe sea level.  feet  Denmark's Artificial Butter.  In Deumark artificial butter is made  by stirring a little salt and sugar ioto  cocoanut fat, then kneading it with  iniJk containing lactic acid bacteria,  yolk of egg aud a coloring substance.  Going and Coming. ���������  In front of an lnu at Land's End, in  Cornwall. England, hangs a signboard  which reads on one side "The Last  Inn lu Eugland" and on the other  "The First Inn In England."  American and Canadian scientists  tell us the common house fly is the  cause of more disease and death than  any other agency. Wilson's Fly Pads  kill all the flies and the disease germs,  too.       "'.,������������������  Out Of It  Patron (to busy waitress)��������� "You  haver't any sinecure, have you?"  Waitress���������"Sorry, sir; but we just  served the last order."���������Boston Trans,  script. ,  DR.  INDIAN-  MORSE'S  ROOT    PILLS  are not a new and untried remedy  ���������onr grandfathers used them.  Half a century ago, before Confederation, they were on sale in  nearly _every    drug    or    general  A Peculiar Lake.  Lake Van, iu Asiatic Turkey, is an  unusually beautiful body of water impregnated with a potash of some kind,  and the people use It for washing their  clothing without soap. Tbe water has  a soft soapy 'feel, ns if a quantity ot  soap had been dissolved iu it. The  lake Is some sixty miles long and from  twenty to thirty miles wide.  Dogs In Iceland.  Icelanders do not allow dogs to be  taken on a fishing expedition, believing that if they enter tbo boats or  touch the tackle tbo catch Is bound to  be a poor one.  Area of Japan.  Tho area of Japan Is 148,000 square  mJlcs-nboiit 10,000 square miles less  than tho area of the single Ntate of  California, It would take twenty-  five Jiipatis to equal the area uf tho  United States,  store in the Canada of that day,  and were' the recognized euro in  thousands of homes for Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness,  Rheumntism' and Kidney and >���������  Liver Troubles. Today they are  just as offpctiv, Just as reliable  as ever, and nothing better has yet  been devised to  CURE    COMMON    ILLS  For Women's  Needs  Every woman should fortify herself  against those weaknesses and derangements which are usually present at times when Nature makes  extra demands upon the system.  For women's special ailments  there is no known remedy so safe  and reliable as  For I'm sunerins  lie to re,  MINARD'S L1NIMKNT is the only  Liniment asked for at my Morn and j  tho only one wo keep for sale.  All tho people \w> it,  HAULIN FULTON.  rloaiatit Bay, C. IL ���������  The Norivegiiin law reoiilrea thnt  when a lumberman outs down a tree  he shall jilant one to take itn plami,  The penally fur a violation of ths law  i* a fine for the tlrst offence, imprison,  inont for tlio Hoi'iiiid and retirement  from llie lumber busl'ioNs for the  third, Horn pared witli thexn regulations, tlio American programme of eon.  nnr.'-iiirt'i   uootni   but   the   flrut   uton  in  effective forestry,  Tlio  pain  that  folldwn  a   mriiqnito  Into is eousi'd by a llui I that th" insect injects into the blood to ntnkd it 1  thin enough to swallow,  Of Course It Was I  "A college pnifes-dr lm���������< won 11 bet;  by Ifocnii'g a eigai' lighted for eighty-  live minutes '  "(Jri'iU smoke!"  On the Lookout  "Do yti notice y'r new neighbor*.  Mrs, 0'Lenryr"'  "Not to a puke to; hut Oi notice  ivvry tiling they do,"  Frigid  got cold comfort from him, I i  "Kin  hoar,"  "Yes; he told  llli  nifties: of icu t'l'cum.'  Mercenary Maude,  "I understand you ure engaged," said  Mamie,  "Not yet." replied Maude, "I bav������  several nflVix, but thu engagement  rings have not nil been submitted tut  inspection."-Washington Star.  Trades Birds,  Three little lunix uuy uiuinltig parched  I l������n ru.i  winiinu' sill.  Tuny loosen su vtiry, very stole  1 nnerml Uimii h pill,  lint,   no;   limy  siiiiok   ttiHlf   heads  wltt  '"I'tiuriSH,  Our iruuiiies nntlilnu nnw,  ll n slui|iiy mis: ������\n'ie mid tmenuse  our oilis uis over iluwl  -Julian's Mumry.  Precocious.  "Have you ever neurd a person curat  the day he wns burn'/"  "Yes; thill is very ooiiiinon,"  "He mum have had Uie gift of speed  early,"���������Collegia 11.  some    twenty-five    dollars   uselessly  silent in ntlur treatments,"  Dr. Will la ma' Pink Pilh are sold by  ; till denier* in niodiein"   or   may   In*  hail by mail at 50 ecnts 11 box or six  boxes for .$2,50 from Tlv Dr, Williiim.s'  Medicine Co,, Hroekvillo, Out.  siie   ate   seven  Had 'Em on Hor List  Toaelier���������\fnry,  name mine of (he  groat inventions of the am1,  Miivv ������������������������������������' 'T eeti-ln   tbrht    nbonvni-nffa  oryiu' dolls nn' hatpins,"  Womon'i Wiles.  O womnn, 111 yuur nuurs uf K's  Why un jiiii ������|ieinl mii utitny v's?  I'iioc mini must iiiiml liiH |"s nnd Q'f  'I'd earn ilio X's linn ymi l."������  Wliile lip In unriiiim iikii the It's  The di'uali he neeiiH you're prone to Cs  Vol   <i,|tli  ,,ni,|i ..,,-���������   i,ini   i,nl   Mm  V".  I'ou seum un annul lu his Is.  J'ck.  1 "It dootn't. alius take a very big  ,1111111 tn I'mike a heap o' disturbance,"  !s"id Uncle Kben, "Poni"tiMies yon  jkin smash a fine pi'C of mnoh'no'.v  i'iv drnnnin' a rus'y nnil into it."���������  ! Washington Star.  KEEP BABY'S SKIN CLEAR  ; I'Yw jmreiits realize how tunny  j estimable li\es have been embittered  laud social mul liiisine-s hiiccosh pro-  I vented by aorlnu* skin affections  ! which  so often  result  from  the  no-  gleet of minor oriiptimM in infancy  .und childhood,   Willi but a little cure  and the 11 ho of prop'i' oiiiollienti,  'baby's nkin and hair may lie pven-rvnl,  - piii'ilinl and boatitilli'd,   minor   erup.  tioim prevented from becoming chronic  illlli  tllltUrillg, diili^llliUl'  I'll>lHe, n>'i'-  ing-',   irritations   nnd   (���������haling*   dU-  pi 11. il.  To (his etui niitlii''g in so pure, 10  sWeet,  SU  speedily  effective  lis  tile  ll-e  of Cuticura  Soup,  a - -ti- f ���������*< I,  when  tie-  oeHKiiry, by f'uticiiii' ointment.   Send  .to Pelt- r Drug A I "h. 111. Corp., \,u������-  tun, U.S.A., solo proprietors, for their  (HI-    ,i���������.|il^e    (IllllUf,! (JUKI,,        Ii iiiOk  ' ,,'!   ,,l, ,1,1   il.,,   f.u-i-   ��������� ������������������ I   t\-. -die -A   - '  the sl(in.  Crows and Inssets.  It Is estimated that one crow will  destroy 700,000 Insects every year.  The Rug. I  The lifetime of a rug depends not a  111tlo upon whether It Is hung over a  lino and beaten to remove tho dust or  laid on a Hut surface and henteti and  swept, The warp of even n small rug  Is strained more by taking hold of one  end and vigorously whipping out the  dust than it is by a month's time uf  wear,  Tht Dorjgsr Bank.  The Rrent North sea llshlng ground,  known in* the pogger bank, l������ estimated to yield an annual Income of 111,000  a square mile.  These pills possess corrective} and  tonicpropertieswhiclthaveaniiirked  effect upon the general health and  promptly relieve nervousness, sick  headache, depression, backache,  weakness and other unpleasant  symptoms, JJeecltam's Pills establish healthy conditions and furnish  Help at the  Right Time  Sold liter*where.  In Itoiss at cent*  Tht Flnt Comtdy.  Timlin Is Hie muse <vf comedy and  lyric poetry, HiiMiirlon and Onion, supposed Inventors of theatrical eihlbl-  tlnrm, M'i n, (,'.. (MTformed Hie first  comedy at At hens on a wagon or movable stage on four wheels nnd were  rewnrded with a basket of figs sad a  cask of wine. ^  eeeeeeee  OLDJEHUM!  ar*  No Conotalmtnt.  Mrs,  HyoN   ,111 the big berries  un the tup nf this ho*, I suppose.  I'l'ddlor -Xii. muni: some nf 'em an'  mi Hie in|i ut 1 ne timer liunei..���������Ilttsluli  Transcript.  Many Ml"!  *r,;\\ ������ sir,1 -e.-nl-  the  oil   of   pelitgrnln,   which   i-i  .tilled in  Paraguay from the leuv  lie-  \v il'l  huMer-nratir������e tn-i-i.  1 vtilh1  N    di*-1  s of I  Rather Pusilinrj.  Tli"r*'s mul tiiimj vt������ i-.m 1 uniKM-atanrl,  Tn. not or iviiini-ii ������ inns,  Hut why ttisv nil ������iui.il.l tnsr mlra and  1st o������ so fund ol "rsis. '  -t-lilesuo Nsws.  TEX FOR TEN CENTS  A Coiiir.ii 1 Cause.  "ft was ihe Miner Me drank at thm  place which made ti* ml *|ek."  "Hear me: And ii wax well watu  toor"-Haltlnior* Amerli-un.  P*taehle| and Prattles.  TtMHiar* uiw.i*iii-������ii> ������.������������-*������.  Un r.is own r\n*m he iramplM.  He's aisrsvs fivinir ������0M ailvu*  AnO ssllms nsrl ������xsmpi������s  ������4*l**Ma*i������l tsmAtw.  How Salt In tht 8sa Varltt,  In n ton of Oca.I sen water thero are  IH" pounds of salt; Hod nen, WJj Medl-  tiM'i'nii.'ati.  RV.  Atlaiitli', ������l:  KiibIIsIi  olmnnel. 72: Itnltlc. 18; Rlnck st������, 2H.  me.   Cii^t'.ill.  *e^,   l|,  Vaunhsn's Pergtry.  The first rei'iudoii forgery on tbe  flunk of I'tittliiiid was In l7.V������, when a  linen drnper named Vntighnti employed  smiie men tu ouiiinvo a twenty pound  mile. 1 ne ti.ri;ei,v ������ns nist'iAeieil, sud  he was hnnued.  ; fond for free sample to Deft. ND��������� National Drug 4 Chemical Co., Toronto.  Drttil't forests.  Hrnsll l������ fur from lin'iua; the amount  of forest with which Ir Is generally  credited In the 1'ttlted Writes nud Ko-  . fujio, tinmuli it bn* ei....trfii to supply  nil It* need* under nnntm! condltlona.  j; Ttbteet In tht Orient. ,  .    Til* lte# nf tolmrro Is unlverstil In  J the orient, and ihe word cheroot arid ,  1 lt������ use e*im# from Madras.   Tbe flrst'  I elesM s#e>n by Coliimlnit **n wtep- '���������  perl *rl������l������ com etinolra.   Pome Illtna-  lasn Irlu*������ take ih������> lent nt ttte ftnkiaM  stifl with 1 ennnlng twist nf tht Writ  make the howl and long, ntrrnw at������t������  ���������f t |M|w la ttst mm eeriest viy.  IVETERAN SCRIP!  FARM LOANS  Wo will accept a first rnort-  pane on improved farm land and  soil ymi Veteran Scrip in this  way at regular eimh price,  Write, to'day lor loan iip|������lie������tioii  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW  Canada Loan & Really Co., Ltd,  Winnipeg,  ee+eee+e+e4eee+e*4ee*eee+  VJ   I!Y0UGlV���������  JJ ft Kntm, forff*. spoon* crhnty.  n serving plcm at Chrlttmu}  ,7 pf:j*:,fi, init tht ciacj are  " if.-mptd  IBI?^^*-"*^po^"  ist**)i  Asishliti  Wi.Uw.  your Ultndt will hv,v thtf  have rete(wrf ffie best ffttf  ii fo de hid In i\lm phtt,  S������������l ��������������������� ult. t*t*s������f, "/.fieri,  si;.,������>������i'Mi*ff'  tCPIOKN Bf������IT4CO.  Mil list ll������|,i.i, em ���������������.   i  Brass Band  Thh h the  T4m$ te  Ottaniu*  //isframtn't, Drnmt, fianet* Mmtfa, Ste.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A I AM J  l/jvet������tlirl-ii*nii!r ijuubHl.   KJotislslogus^  et-r* |*'fllr,������*faU(������t1.. i.-i������IW ffi*.   KriiiiH  ntr Mnnhln������ In Mas ������tr Motk������M*m*w*������s*a.  WUAUE.Y.  ROYCk, i������ CO.. Ussit**  Tutu������i������, Oai, siul U isnt^g, Maa,  W. N. U. Ne. m. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA^  fa***S*M  Tie CumlierW liews  issued  Ever/   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   &    Cumbefland  Publishing   Company.  This paptr will not hold itself  ftwjiotisible fortius opinions of oth-  Mfs, aa may nnjiuar in its oolnniiib  irom time to time.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tho grwt Utorino Tortle, aud  only suits ell'tictual Monthly  : Jwsrulalor on which women can  depend. Suld in throe degree?  of strength���������No. X, SI; No. 2,  10 degress stronger, t}3; No. 3,  for special oases, 85 per bote.  Sold by all dructnsts, or se\t(  prepaid on receipt of price,  _. _ Pruojiatnphlot. Address: TBI  *i������������aU0l0ll(lC0..T0i-HT0, ONT. itwvmly H"ii������fcs*j  TUESDAY,    AUG.   2,  1'JIO,  Wood's PfcosplwdiaOj,  Ttie Great Snglisk ltemtdu.  Tonus and lnvlsoKicesttio wluilo  nervous systfltn, nmkoa nt.v.  iiktod in ofd Vein's. Oun* A'err-  on*. Debility, MuUtil and lirain Worry, J),  potency, Sexual HVifcrteiis, yjmtssfoii  malerrhtpa, and EffetitH v/Al'itaeor JtTCiasivi  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice,  liapert, Vanoouver Island Laud District.  District of Rupett, oust of mnall lake  abiut J of a mile nor'.h of O-iorcio Lake.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Mutdda Louise  Oropley, of Vancouver, occupation married  woman, intends to apply forp nvtissionto  purchase fallowing describe! lands;  Commencine at u post planted three  m'des north of S.W. ooruer of township 8;  theuco east 40 chamst thence south 40  chains, crossing small river; thonco wrst  40 chain*; thence north 40 ohains to poiut  of commencement, being about 160 aores.  ALFRED E. CttOPLKY, (fraser,  Vancouver.  Applicant  for that land on the oastern  shores of Georgio Lake, Kupett District  Pnted June 1st, 1910.  Price U per box, six for SO.  One will pleuse. t.������  will owe.  Sold br all drtitftriots or mailed in  plnln likfr. ou receipt of prlcu.   iveio pom* Wet  vuxiMfrtr. Tho Wood Modlcine Co.  jormerlu Windsor) Toronto, Out.  8AYWAUD DISTRICT.  ��������� ��������� " o    ���������  TAKE NOTICK thut sixty days after  date, I, Charles H. Strange, of Whalo-  town, Cortea Island, Bswuiillower, intend  to apply for permia.iou to lease ths follow  ing described foreshore:- Commencing at  a post placed at, tho liich water mark,  al>out five obains northerly from the S,  W, oorner of the fractional S. V7. quarter seotlon 36, Cortee Island, tbenoe running lo a southerly direction following the  meander of the shore line to a point ten  ohains southerly from the said S. W. corner of the fractional S. W. (liwrter seo-  tion 36, Cortoz Island, and embracing all  the foreshore therein down to low water  mark.  Dated July 25th, 1910.  OHAS. H. STRANGE.  LAND ACT,  Form  NTo. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  District, ot Hunge 1.  TAKE notidu that  W ilium  Leek,   of  Vancouver, occupation Ku^iueur, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tho  following described lands:��������� "  Commencing at a post planted on the  beauh about ouo and a half miles South  E.ii-i from tho South East comer of U. L  S35S, thonce Nortn   e^niy  (80) ciinius,  thence Kibt eighty (SO) cluns,   tbeuon  South (80) chains,   thence   Wo-t   (b'0)  chains, to poiut of commencement, con-  tuiuiug six hundred aud forty uaies, more  or less,  WILLIAM LEEK  N<me oi Appiioant  Dated June 4th, 1010.  Form No.0,  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice,  Vancouver Island Lanl District.  Disrict of Rupert, on the eastern shores  of Ge.orgie Lake,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Mat Ida Louis*  Cropley, of Vanoouver, occupation mar-  ritd1 woman, inteeds to apply for pernus-  Hon to purohsse the following rlewribed  I.nd. Commencing at a post planted one  "1rrriiB���������^th-o^the"8^VV^,corIier-of_townalljp,  8; thence east 40 chains; the.noa north 40  ohuitis; theuoe west us far as the waters'  eJ*'������ of aaid lake: thence following tbe  fill ure and lake in a south-west direction  te point duo north of paintUf ojmtnonoe.  iiKiat; thence nouth to point of commence  n.unt, containing i.boii'l lOOaoroB,  WINIFRED ALMA OKOPLEY,  spiM>:fcr, Vancouver,  Applicant for that laud oust of Small lake,  li'iout 34 of a mile north of Guoryte Lase.  Datea June 1st, 1010,  IN   THE   ESTATE)   OF   ADAM  McKEl.VEY,  DECEASED.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that all claims against the Estate  of Adam MoKelvey, deceased, who  died in November, 1909, must be  presented, daly verified, to the undersigned, on or before the 20th  day of Auauet, 1910; and take no  tiisa-thaljifter such date the Execu  trix of the said Estate will proceed  to distribute the assets of the said  deceased, among the parties entitl  ed thereto, rwving regards only to  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coaefc District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE notice that Verna Leek of Vancouver, occupation Spinster, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following desoribed lands;���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  North West comer of No. 1, theuco West  eighty (80) ciiains more or le.^s to C. L.  3358, thence North eighty (80) chains &-  long O, L. 335S, theuce East eighty (80)  chains, thence South eighty (SO) chains,  to the point of oomnnuicemeut, containing six hundred and forty (ti-M)) aores  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Nt ma of Applioant.  Dated June 4tb, 1910.  northeast coiner of No .6, being four  miles north of the southwest corner of  No i, thence north So chains, thence  west So chains, thence south 8o chains  thence east So chains to tbe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  . Coast District.  District of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  10 sppiy for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and   forty,  640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, ioie.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  ,   Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOK that Burton Holland, of Vancouver; occupation, accountant, intends   to apply for pet-  mirsion 00 purchase tbe following de-  scribed lauds: ConaiDonoing at a post  planted at the north east oorner of No  12,   belog (our  miles north aad   two  milts west of the south west corner 0!  Mo. 1, thence north BO Oisins, thenct  ������f at 80 cbaim,tbenoe ��������� utb 80 obsiitr  tbetice e������st 80   chsios, to tbe point oi  0 mmencement, containing 610 aores,  more or lets,  BURTON HOLLARD,  Name oi Applicant.  Dsted June 7th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District, Range 1  TAKE   NOTICE   that   John   M.  Stewart, of Vancouver, occupation car  heuter. intends to apply for , per mi* -  ?iou topurobsso tbe following avneub-  od  iiii>Cb;-=-CommenciDg   at a   pvat  id&uted at the northwest oorner oi No  11, being three miles north and threo  aii!������s west of tbe southwest ooruer of  No 1, ibeuce north 80 ohsius, ibeoce  wtsi 80 obniiiS, thence south 80 ohaina  ibencti east 80 chains, to tbe point of  commenoeuieot, oontaii}ing;640 aures,  inoze or hsi. JOHN K.81EWART,  Nauio of Applicaot.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACl'.  Form No. 9,  *LJ*&; *��������� .   .    ...  Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE notice that Elanor Leek of Vancouver, oooupation Married woman, iu-  UEaTto^p^y~f6T^rmiwiotrto~purohase  the following described lauds:  Conuncuui.igat a pisfc.planted' at the  North Wost corner of No. 1, ihe.ice North  eighty (80) chains, thence East (SO) chaiiib  the olaioiB with   whicn they   shall (theuco South eighty (80) chains, thencu  Form No. 9.  JjAND ACT.  FOBM OF NOTfOK,  Coast Land District.  District of New Westminster,  Takr Noi'ick th������t Ida Timlin, of Lund,  II.U., oooupation married woman, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following desoribed landKir-Coinmenoiug  at a poBt planted at the east corner of H  It, Mi, 104, thenoo south HO ol mi ns, thonce  cast 80 ohains, tlicnou north 80 ohains,  thonco west 80 chains tn the place of be-  ginning.     IDA THTJL1N,  Kdw.uuj Bkuiimind, Agont.  Dated Match'2Uud, 1910.  mwanMiv  then have notiee and the Execu  trix will not bo liable for the said  assets, or any part thereof, to any  pereoit or persons of whose claim  notice shall not have been received  by her at the lime of such distribution,  Dated at Cumberland, B.C. July  9th, 1910.  P. PHILLIPI'S HARRISON  Solicitor for A.nkib Cauiou**  Executrix.  Wost (30) chain-., to poiut of commencement, containing six hundred and forty  aores, mete or leas.  KLANOR LEEK  Name of Applicant.  Uate'l June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT-  Fonn No. 9,  ...LiKEfr ���������  Form of notice.  Coast District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  hinds: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, being  lour miles north of the south west corner  of No. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District, RaDge 1,  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F litem-  oer, ol Boston, occupation engioeer,  intends to apply for permission to pur-  ehasu tbe following described lauds:���������  Corxnueaoiug at a post pUnted at tbr  uotthoast corner ol No 12, being four  miles north and two milts west of the  ii uth west comer oi No 1, thence north  80 ubaios, thence east 80 cbr.iae,  thence south 80 obains, thence west  80 ebaius, to the point of commencement, uontair.ing 640 acros, roore or  less. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Diitriot, Range 1.  0 ������������������ "..il^Sflil  TAKE NOTICE that Atexandor MoPhte  of Vancouver, occapaiiuu, carpenter, intends lo apply for permission to purobuaa  the tollowing described landi:���������Comnieuc-  ing at at a post planted at the north west  corner of No. 12, being four units north  aud three miles west of the south west coiner of No.l, tbencenorth 80 cliains,thence  west 80 ohains, thtmco south 80 chains,  thence ea't SO chains, to the point of commencement, containing 940 acre*, more or  less. ALEXANDER McPHEK,  Name of Applicant.  Dsted June Gth, 1910.  FOR RENT���������Fiiniisliod rooms.  Apply Mre, J, L, Roe, Hospital  Stroot,  OF KVKHV KIND, in say  quantity, by tiiopsuku^e or  by the pound,  Ornamental  Fruit Trees  Grown to suit  climate.  I  the ii, C,  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  788 GrfclivUl'i Sr.'.mt  P. O.  Ho*   I0i,4  VANCOUVER B, 0,  S.S."L!THIA  5J  Form No. 9  UND ACT.  ��������� RMV'K1;  Form of Notico.  Now "Weutitiiustor Ltitid   District.  District of Coiuo.v  TAKE notice Unit Fhiuiy Fran-  aim occupation, iiiiirriwl woman,  jiiUmfle to itpply tor poriuii.Mo������ to  puruhasc tho following <Un>t'ri!.jct  Innil:  Conimonuin^ ut h ponl plnutod  at tlic Nortli Krtst conipr of Lot  IG15 N. W. D. tboiico K������������t so  cliiiina, tlitmou North SO cltnins,  thi'tice Wost   B0   chuiiis,   thonco  Sonih 80 oliuitiH ������o point of com-  tiit'iicoiiiftiit, wtituiiiiiig HID tunvt  inoro ur litsR,  FAWNY FUAK7.KN,  Applii'iint.  Churl*** Finnzi'ii, Agent.  Dated Alny iJilili, liiltl.  Form No. 9,  LAND AOT.  r or iu ol .Viiwu-n.  New Weitmlniiter I.nnd Distriot.  District uf N������w WusiiiiiiihUjr.  L.\N1������ ACT.  Form No. 0.  Form of Notice.  Ooast Dimrict Kange 1,  TAKE NOTICE tint KutiioriuoBrawn,  ooouuutitm  widow, inieuds  to apply for  punuibsiou to purchase the following do-  rtoriduu  laudiii   C muwuoii g at a pust  plimtoil at the northua-t corner of  No, i  (being two miles north of tbe southwest  corner of No 1) tlionoo north eighty [80)  chains,   thutiue win I  eighty (80) chsiur,  theuco south eighty (80) chaius,  tlimice  cast eighty 180] obsitic, t.i the  point of  cuinmuoce,tiei]t, couluining six hundred  atd forty [640) nci't-s, iu������io or loss,  KATHElllNEimOWN,  Nuiiio of itpplicant  Dnted June 4,1910,  iXvr>~AM\  KortuNo.0.  >orm oi Notice.  (JiiHst Distrkit,  District cf Range No 1  TAKE NOTIClt Ihai Annie Brsmner, of  Host ou, nuciipstiiiii ipiustur, iuiupds to apply lor ptrmuulon <o pnichuse the follow  ing ilfKOsihi'il liiutl'; Conuiitiicing at a post  plumed ut the northeast corner uf No, 'J  [being two miles north or the southwest  corner of No, I) tlieoco north eighty [SO)  uhiiiiiH,  thiiiictt iiiuv eighty (K0) chums,  tliouco smith ei^bty 1,80)   obaius, theuco  west uifthty [80) chnins to vniiit of com-  menoetnsiit, contsininx six hundteil and  fvirty (1140) bonk more or Ionk.  ANNll'1 UUKMNKU,  Nn mo i,f Apphcnnt,  fWsdJuns-i, 1910.  1 ,,- ��������������������������� ii i ��������� 11.  ���������������������������-������������������bA-N-D-AGTr  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range I.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend* to apply for permission to purchase   the   following   described  lands  Commencing at a post planted about one  mile west from tlic north wesi corner of  No 2, being two miles  north  and two  miles west of the south west corner of No  i; thence north 80 cnains, thence east So  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Ooast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morat-  ic, oi Vancouver,occupation constructor, intends to sppiy for permission  to purchase tbe following d������Siribcd  li.ndat-Ooaiojenc'iDg at a poBt pUnttd  ut tbe northeast oorner of No 14, being five miles north and two mi^e  west of the southwest corner of No 1,  ' iifcuoe north 80 chains, tbenoe west  80 chains, thenoe south 80 chsica,  thTn"o������TfEE"r8Oobainsrto-tbe-puii!t_0l  csmmeocement, contaiuinp 610 sens,  moroorleBs. JOHN MORAV1U,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  _____  Fora������]!*o9.  I'oroi ��������� IN i<">.  Oosst District, Banf 3 1  TAKB NOriOS to Jaiepb Mor-  ario, oIVa "'Mi?er, occu^.tai.-enjin-  oer, intends to apply tor prrni ������,uu to  purotiaso ihe followingdH6.'rlb(-d lands:  Oommptioing at a post planted at the  uorthea-it oorntr of No 14, being five  miles uorili nod two miles went of tht  less to C. L. 335S, thence west, 80 chains s,lUtbffrjrt cornar ol N.> 1, thenoe north  JwH-Cil'-.v.'u   i"i   ,-,-   , " "^".'";  Towing and fr<i',;h'ir;j; tn  all j minis.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special t������*rmsi<i|.<r!H.'.ly  the d.������v ������r .vwV.  Vor jjarucular.s apply io-  ), B. H*H.MI*:s. Ajjftit  l..-\NI) ACT*  I uini No. Q.  Coast DiMrtri,  DlMnct of Range I,  TAKE NOTICE tlui Kdwin 1' llrem-  1    ������  nil, UI   liti,l..i.ii^,,   ,   ,.     f..  ,    ,  :t.i. ..'j i ���������. ,',,'j1 f:,i ;.,(" ,."<��������� ' "'ir, 'n tuii'.-hii-n'  liiu lullowing ik'ii:ri}'til litmU. Com-  irtefcin^ at * |>������t oUoted at the north-  cast coiuci ot'No .) (Icing three miles  iwMih of the soulh>vcst coiner of No 1)  ! Iberia- lioiili cijjniy ��������������� 1 iniiim, intuit  west eighty, go, ciii.11*, thsnee snath  eighty, 8������, ������.hsm������, thrnt e east eighty 80  1 hi������iotto point ol cominentement, enn-  isinmg sis bundled ttnd forty [C40J acres  along said license to point of commence- -  mtnt, containing 640 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.1  Dated June 41I1, 1910.  **7s*t*****M*-t>*i*tu*-***i-****** * mwm<m������mmmmemwee*ei*mmeemmmtmmm  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Robert II. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing  nt a post planted at the south west corner of No. 10, being two miles north nnd  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence couth 80 chums,  more or less, thence cast 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  ROHKRT II, ELLIS,  .     Name of Applicant.  rutin! Juno 4th, 1010.   LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notice,  CiMst District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that John G. Armstrong, of Vancouver, orcijiation, clerk,  intends to apply for permisiion to pin-  chase the following described l;tmU:~  ('iimmenring at a post planted <i', tins  north t������;ist corner of No. 11, being threo  nnioi north ami two miles west of the  south west corner of No. 1; thence north  8" chains thence west 80 chains, thunct  thuiicc south 80 chains, iher.re earn 80  chain*, t j the point ol commencement,  Name of Applicant,  lived June 4th, 1010.  80 ontvou, t net 00 east 80 chains,  tHjnce scut h 80 chains, lb* uee wtst 811  ohains, to the porif of cumnianci-  oiont, coutsintun (140 m������r������s, mori- 01  \W. JO������sElJH MOBssVIU,  Name ol Applicant.  IWerlJmieO 3910  LAND AOT.  Form No. 1.  Ct-ast District, Ranga 2.  TAKJ5 NOTICE that Naomi MePhee,  of Vancouver, tiocupiitioii, married woman  inteuds to apply for permission to purchase tbe folio wing described lands: Com  uteuciag at a post planted at the north  west corner of N-.i. 14, being five u.ites  uoi th nud thr<je miles west of the Bouth  west comer if No. 1, theneo north 80  clviins, thduce west; 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thtneeeast 80 o'liniu*, to  the point of commencement, uoutuhiiig  B10 aores, more or lfisn.   _������������������-__NAOMIJiluMEE^_,__  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.      "  LAND AOT.  Foi'in N(). ii.  iMl of  iuttii ds  ������ir i������  G.U. WOOD, M.isirr .>..i..tttn������.Mi, WW  Phono 44, Co n ������*<  T.'. !'!* VnTTCV   |\.*,|     Inlin   H.  itiliuiviHe, of I.wr.d, B. C. occttpn*  lion sU)iekre|)ur, inlemU to ft'i'ily  for iiermission to purchaso the fol-  l"wio������ <le������cril������������������(i Imids;������������������  (JoiiimeilCiiiiK   ttl ������ Jiost   planted! rnore ot less.  ito.it)   IA clmiiiB west nl S. K. corn-; KDWIN l' rP.F.MN'EC.,  ,������r if T . I. ?!������1il,   llience weat   40'' K^me of Applicanl,  .htiilY-,   itiriiw *ouil������   4U chains ������������������*������������Hune *������"'���������������'  I.. r������ti east 40chtlne, thence noivh* "       '  ' "  "   "' "' "  40 rthts'i** lo  th*   point  of c������w LAND ACT.  iiieuciwnl. KermSo<>,  JOI!!f H. OUNVILLE.  N*mi*.vfAui;H( iu! (iu full)  LAND ACT.  ��������� ���������      ^������  .,.,.,.,....  t.  Form of Nonce.  Coant District Range t,  TAKE NOTICE tl at <li rtruj. Hoi*  lanrl, uf Vaotont������r,' ecopn'i'Hi, rrat������  riff! wrman, imenrit to apply lor p������r  niissiov to purnnasi* in* taUiidtn* >���������'-  ���������er������t������Hl lands: Oonmeueiag ���������! ������ r>������������  LAtiD Aill.  Form No 9,  Form ol Notice.  Const Din riot, Kange 1.  TAKE   ISO 110li     that     William  Hfttnea, ol Vanuouver, oooupation (ore  man, in tend 1 to apply lor ptrmii'Sioc  to purchase tho  iollowir.g  <lusesibud  landi.���������OnmmeDci'if* at a pott plaoltd  ������t the northeast oorner ol No 16, being six   milt's north and two   miles  westol tbe southwest corner ol No 1,  thouoe north 80 chains, thunoe west  80 chaius, thenoo south  80 chains,  tbenoe esit 80obslo������, to Ihe point ol  aotnmeDcetuent,contsiniue 040 aires,  mora or less. WILLI*M HA1NE6,  Nam* oi Applioaut,  Dated June 0 1910  Poiisit Ilistrict, R<nge'].  TAKKNOl'IOE thiit Luwis J.  Vtioouvor, uqeupntinn, foreinsn,  t<> apply for jn rniiiBiou to purcluibe   ihe  folloviiug desuriheU  lunds: Uoinm������iioiii{'  at n post pUr.tird ut ths north vn.������t couvv  of No. 16, beiun tix in-K'S Uuitn uud ti,iwu  miles west of thu si>uch west corner of No  1, thvnco north 80 oh .tin., the.-oe wet 60  cnaius, thenco smith  tfUchiiius, thenoe  oast 80 uhiii'is, to the poiut <i uorainu 10-  meut, ooutaiuiiii,r*J4() so 0-, moio or less.  LEA IS J. I!ULL,  N,\niuof Appliount.  Utteil June Cch, 1010.  LANU AOT.  Form No. 8,  Form of Notico,  Count District, Knii(-o 1.  TAKE NOl'luiJ thut Al"xauder J. Stew  iirt, of Vnooiiivori uouiipatioa, 0 trpnittT.  intends to H|<plv fur pei-iulnsiou v> pur-  uhue tho filliitvi'ig tbsci'ibed lu ds:���������  Uoniuienciof- st a pi>sc plttntod ou tiit>  slmro about 2J mil'.H iu a .oulh has.  torly diruotiuu from ths south wus. o>r-  ucrof No. 1, th inn north 811 clmum,  UioilOB out B0 nil Hub, thuiioe suutb HO  ohsius. tlienne wesbbO oimius, to point  of comuifltiuumoiit, ooiiUinLng 040. ucms,  more or less,  ALKXANDKIt.l.HTElVAItT,  Nimie uf Appriuant.  Pate June <Uu, 1010,  UNI) AOT.  Form Nt>. U. Form of Noiiciti  Oosst Distriut, R������n������o 1,  LAND AOT.  Form No 9.  Form ol Notiee.  Octet Dlirriot, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Uror������������ 0.  Pratt, ol Vanooursr, ooeupatiou so-  uouniant, inlands to apply lor psr  million tn purohiie the lelluwioR do-  santied laiidsi���������Ooniniruci natapoil  plant"d nt lb������ uorthuast corner uf No.l <0���������u, o^toorusr ot No. 1, tbenoe a uth  ���������81\-b*!ti*. ���������.,*^?JiT*...*?5A,l-A---T!t 80oh������ius,mora er Was 10 slur, lint, tic  TAKB NOTICE tint Kl/..b. lb Jan������  Sraiih, of Vanoiiuver, ocutyitnm, married  wnmiin, lutmids to apply fur pLnmiwi'iu  to purohato thu fullowiuit dosuiihul liuiiu*.  Cuuimuiiolujf nt n post phmted ut the  utiles west of the south w������������t corns r of  No 1 ihi-nce north 80 chains, theuce  v.������t o0 ohains, thenoesouin 80 cbainr,  'bides west 80 otuiui, to tbe point 01  e ramuticsmtui, ooiitsioini 640 tores,  tucrs or iu������s. UtOHoE O. i'ilATT,  Name of Applioaut,  Uiterf Jane fl, 1910  '--.���������-    ,'    ,        ,, ,������������������,���������������*,, 1 1" ������������f ���������4r������l,r������������9'J������������*������o������lb 80 ebeii*,  LA.Vi> iC'.'.  Fores No tf,  . lfW . ������*'.-���������>  Form 01 Notloe.  Tnaaf, TMitrfot. Haore 1.  TAKE NOTICE thar Dave Ferco*  -oi, ot Vancoi4������������r,rteeopalion batcher  iniendt to *pp)t for permission to  pnrchase the follAwinf described  laoils-,���������Comtuanclni at a poit plantrd  nrar the I each at tbe tout welt corner  o' No 11, Mne two irlhs otrlh and  Una* niilf-s wtit oi the southw������st eor*  }'nrm of Vorn*e '  c;������4������i i������������-iituci, I  Dtsii ti nt ki������n^* 1. j  TAKE Mvnci ih,.i  H������len  Httsnt-1  dfloiton. ixiupiiMc. intiftttl w������*-j  r���������^t*������,������������,l������*M���������������������������, * *P v '"���������   p"<*lt������**������w������ M������f  . ., asiFtlutt tbe l>>'l*li>><<M( 'li������.,,:*i  i^n������'t,i  SI ^CRUIK r<������R THK StW'g.XKVS.FIKST-ClAixSWORK.���������^^^,.,, * |W iA**.������i.tbelv.Sl.Y 0>fc J������������HUu A \fcAH  ������. C.  if  you  'KIN TIM*  WANT    C,(X1D  i}0    Tf������    THK  II, b*io������ tore* milti north too* ttsn  m!l*������ ������e������t ������!������������*������ I* V>*. atrnerof !*"  I. then*** e*>t'H e������i (-:<������}���������������, *������>eae������>������*si  y\ fb������i''-# 'h������-tM������)Uiii Is) ehaiti*  ���������i������*r������ ������mi 8n������b*ins. tn lb>- fmius oi  < uM������ ���������nr*r,������n������, tonieir.iug 6*0 a������t������s,  ttrls  Vtt  *1tl    lh������*t*B**l  (iERrRUOI HOI l.tKI>  H.nieif \pplie40i.  Delis* la** 4 ', 1������I������X  .���������.T'l^Cl.lVF. FOU Tf'K VF.H'S  0.1LV o:*t  ui; a ycah  *������ chains, n.i.r������'������ is������to enore line,  tc-noe     east    ������'���������    tbalna      etnng  >.ior������- li*>* t������ tHiir.t ol onaaretecemeei,  ^'iriuiniuie C4U *.m. wrr or |e*t.  1������ VK r-ptftlUMON,  Name tl Applieatl.  l)������i*d Jntiefr HH������>  W YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTIHO  w esit HO clisit.a aluiiK 1 orthttu W'o<lu y  ol No, '.M, thunor north 80 utmiuo, tlicuo-������  west HO chains, to point ot eeminencemsn W  vuntainiuR 040 sortu, mors er lees.  KLlZAUBTUJANESWlTli,  Nituo of Applicant.  Uite June 0th, 1010,  1.1 KI- ACT.  Furu No. 0. I'm m of Notice.  Cwast Dlstriet, Bsogo 1.  TAKK NOTIf!R that De������ld Itawson  WliUf, 01    ii*������,jwi������.''*(������ %ssy*~v.^,   v4.t-'������-  tsr. iotserls to apply for ptrrnlssioo to par-  chase Mis follow in������ dsteribtd luidsi���������Com  mancini at a post planted at tbe sooth  cast eoratr of No. 1 thenee north 10 chains  tbtnee rest 80 al.aius, tbeaee aooth 10  ehsins thtnc* wass 80 ehales, tn peiet of  entartssttewaaut. eeaUloiDi tUO aarts a-ere  er I.n*.  DAVJD DAWSON MILUK  Natweet ApplkaaV  DateiJeeettfc, 1������10.  lilVE ISA TUIA!.:*,���������!���������, ;��������� &������<&������.  I  1'f'R SALK--A   $*?   rvetntel  ���������������>*���������������**��������� on n*������U lot. P''������������ fiotUsi |ui������i-  ficitlerst nptilj ttf (his nfffw  FOK HAI.K-f>ml'h iS-mJ***-  Tvi***itci in e**"������l ������������t������k-r C������*������l  #i2S.������v,i ,,?|* ������,.i|. f���������r $.V������.������iO.  Ap.  j THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  "orinNo. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District,   Range 1.  TAKE NOTICJ1 time William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  tbe followii g desoribed lands:���������Coinrneno-  ing at a post planted at the north oust oor.  ner of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, theuco south 80 chains,  ithc-uca west 80 chains, to point of oomtn-  ienoetuent, cou mining C40 acre*, more or  leas. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  1 Nauieof Appliosut.  Dated June 0th, 1010.  i  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9. B'orm of Notice.  Coast District,   Range 1.  ( TAKE NOTICE that Margaret MoKiv-  or, of Vancouver, occupation, marvied wo  iran, intends to apply for permissioi to par  chase the following desoribed lauds:���������Com-  Imeucing at a post planted at tho north east  corner of No. 3, being two miles north and  roue mile east uf the south wost comer of  No. 1, thence north 80 ohains, thence <-asl  :80 chains, theiiod south 80 chains, thence  rawest 80 chains, to the point of commence-  fluent, containing C10 aores, more or less.  j MARGARET MoKIVOR,  Name of Applicant.  ' Dated June 9 h, 1910.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Coast District, Kauge 1,  1 he drink of strong men and healthy women.  WERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     -     FOB   SAXE  BY    -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  m  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vanoouver, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE inat Arnie Hifeham, of  Vancouver, (iccnp'ition, married woman, in  tonds to apply for puiuiiasiou to purchase  tbe folloM iug desoribed lanils:���������Conanetic-  itig at a post, pla.nU.-d at, the north east corner of No, 5, being three miles north uU'l  one mile east of the south wtfst corner fit  No. 1, thence 80 chains north, thaice SO  chains east, theuce 80 chains south, thenoe  SO chains went, to the p>>int of commencement, coututoing 640 aulas, more or less.  ANNIE HIGH AM,  N������mo of Applioaut.  Dated Jrnv^ Oih. 1910.  LAND ALT.  8  [>  o  hi  CO  IB  r  FormNo.9.   v, Foiin.of Notice.  Coast District,  Ka:iut> 1.  TAKE NOTIOK thut Mnpgio Armstroiiy  of Vancouver, occupation, married woman  intends to sppiy for penuisasou'to i.urcliat-e  the follHwina desoribad land*:���������Commencing st a post planted a" the north east corner of No, 7, beiog four miles nurth mid  one milo east of the south wost comer of  No, 1. thence north 80 ohsins, thenoe east  *jf) cliuius, tbenoe south SO oiuiins, therce  weit 80 ohsins, to the point nf commence-  uiijut, coutaining 040 acres, mine or Irst,  MAGGIE AltMSTllONG,  Nuiuc uf Ayjliuant.  Di'od Juno 9th, 1910.  a  w  a  ������ :    ������'  K a -3  >������4 il  p <  < ������ ���������  d ���������**  2 Ed <m  ���������* 5 ������  5 6 g  % z o  ~ o 2"  % :  '3  *-"    -a  s - 3  ������ 0 ������.  '���������St*  s r- ���������*  o    - n  ?   *  X  ^1 -T    ^*  v.* :  o  .��������� >  a ���������������-'  ������ ���������-, f  *" "I a  H       2  ���������a  a  a, o  a   ������  a ������ w  ir  a. -i  a.'S  T3  U  <���������  ui  c  -S  bt  a  _i_���������  01  -a  u  0)  t>>  e)  ���������o  <1)  P.  o  o  s  H  w  M/aDEBlCtmOft'  AlwuyB tlio stunn, nnd just as  gooil us over. Tlio "CtiuikI Duke"  Ci������*nr.  LAND IIEOISTBY ACT.  IN THE MATTER of nn ni plica-  lio.i for it Dr.pliunifl Curlificnie  of Title to purt of Beoiion One,  Ooniox Distiict  NOTICE 1b herehy given tlint it  in my intention at thu Mxpiraiion  cf oiiii month from thu Uulo  of tlio  firn publication lieteoi  lu ift'iio  it  Duplioato Cnrtiilc.110  of Tit t������   to  iilnivtt liirul inHiit'tl to John Hu.��������� >ti-to  Oidiiingi on tlioUO'li tUy of Jul)'  18l)(i ami iniraberd 2275d,  J. P  Mvl.KOD,  Deputy HtJiiiritrnr Gciu-rul.  Land Iifgiuiry OIHoe, Victoriu, 110,  Thu 18th (Uv ������f June 1910.  1     SutinfiU'tioii ��������� Huy n ������������������Gnieid  ! J) ii Ice" nnd have sittiifimiioii. Uu-  | ion nuulo, limit) inud^.   una iiitulo  froiu clour Uinuiiii Killei',  1  It Is to the advantage  of every '���������.ouse'ieepor ^j  tn Canada to use the;;: m  MajloEeklnftPosvticr.  ailletfs Porfumfltl Lyo.     K.  lmpsrtt-1 BakbiB Pov/dcr. ^  ailletfs Crcsrn Tartar.  Royal Yoast CckM. f������g  atllott's Mammoth Dluo.    \M>  Maiils Batilnc Snilc. iv  CIlkitt'oV/uohlriB Crystal. JJ  MADE TOR OVER    jJ  10 VGAR3 Ii  {BtttbUitied UU) mi  E. W. OILtETT CO.. LT3��������� Toronlo, flat.  The Courtenay Hotel  ICvery convt!nion������*e foruuoRte.  Tlio Ooiitia! EoUl for Sportsmen  None but ilm lle������t of Wines and Liquors  .it the Ihr.  RATES RKASONABLK  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any description  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the said Company, will be pius-  ecuted to tht* full extent of tne law.  W. ],. COlfLSON.  General jManatrer.  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  NOTIOE.  Ridiiif; on lodomotiveB and rail  way cars of tho Union Colliery  Company by any person or per-  wus���������except tain crew���������i^ Strictly  probi'-ited. Employees ������re sub-  ;po to ni!*uiiH5-al for allowing  earn  By order  W. L.  COULSON,   ,  General Manager.  A cup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  the entire system.  BOVRIL  Wjjsyj  C. H TARBELL  ss-*>s*r*s***/*s*������sss*i* a sw ������l  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  Ami all KITCHEN    UTENSILS'  MOTOR^>  BICYCUE  BflHGMNS  Wa have on hatd at the present time four   special  bargaind in  jecond-hand Motor Cyclen as   fol  lows:  One Wolf 2 H.P.Price $100  One Wolf 2 H. P. splendid  condition  Price $125  One F. N.-tSH.P. good order i'rioe $160  Oue Minerva 4 H. P.  liree  worn, Puce $100  Thos. PLIMLEY  mo Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  fc^0 Opposite Spencers  Several snapa   in secoud-uarid cars  ot dutciem sizee, also  Limes'  \!     arid Gent's liicycice.  .WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is   hereby given that   an  Sportsmens Goods  and &  Genera! Hardware |  apprication will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909,"'io obtain a license in the Division of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company ia full:  Comox Lodging and Railway Company-  The head oflice: Fraser iMills, B.O.  The capital, how divided, allowing  amount paid up: Capital $250,000 divided into 2500 shares of I100.00 each  fully paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Preo Miner's Certificate No   (b) The name of the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, the description  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: $250,000, divided Into 8500 shares of $100.00 each fully  paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No.   (b.) The name of the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, the description is) Wolf Creek.  (c.) The point of diversion: At the  Falls on Wolf Crook about one mile  below Wolf Lake.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) 10 cubic feet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works: Generating plant, power  works, electric work and plant, and  other machinery and conveniences  necessary for producing power.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to be-used (describe same): In  the vicinity of and on Company's  property, Comox District.  (g.) The purposes Jor which the  water is to be used: Generating electricity and other power for light,  heat, and, use of all machinery and  conveniences at the Company's desire  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage     (i),lf the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: Will be returned to Tsolun river, near Section 81, Comox District.  The point of return is about 200 ft.  lower than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  -None. ������������������ ���������������������������  (k.) This notice wbb posted on the  28th day of July, 1910, and application will be made to the Comm;.v-  sioner onDthe 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway of  Victoria; Canadian Western Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills, B.C., and  O. Bristol, Sanwich, B.C.  Attach copy of such part3 of the  Company's memorandum of assocla-  ������*.^*.^ . ���������,       !.S)t  7onT6d   n?f; f������WiDS ! "on as < authorize the proposed  ap  ������ft**<^t3^***^ftfe^^������*A������**^ through L. 42, Comox District. ���������  (c.) The point of diversion: About  ���������  FOB SALK-A Fowl Run -  flliout Aut.imoliilo, 15-lH IIur^<-  jmjwbp \ cylinder, ull Nuwlv paint,  oil, now ty������r*, und everything uoni-  plvt������il:.|iri������ii S7U0.0Q. Ajij.ly to  J. It, Jolitiriton, Courtowiy llnfnl,  ::.  ��������� ������...���������!������.  (i  ( I-  1   .,������.'  Illllll^       I.IKI  OilCl-SI HlpUtUilfi,,  NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC.  Havinu built a large wntnlionaeaml mill  Htt'ourumay, I will In futuro hoop on  Imul it atook of nil i Ms of Hay, drain,  Hinl Ft'ffl ������t in������pht muiliet rtitta. A  sp-olnUy will U tnsiln if ro lor crusliwl  (oi-tl fur li'inui wuiuii ������ill nrnse n snlnij  of niic tliii" iii tlm (������o������t of fcoii. Onlm*  Hivmi tiie tpiimster orliY |i|ion������ will lie  promptly lllled. Ttianklnii you for your  tutr utiiti! in the p������Nt soil mo loiium ������ unii  lillUltH'l'llf'll'  MHIIll   OU    lllll.illur I III 4., I  bu������ to rviLsin  Yiuu* tn lomnuiud,  HVPflV <*!M \VT*nf'fT>  ���������Ms*stMs*-W������H������������sTs*s������tss1s������Sf^^  union' s. s. co.. of n.c. r.tti  FAIRFIELD  I  Z STORE ZZ|  J. JACK,  riiiji-.  l������ris������nwi*unMsTss*sTsTsTa������������W*s������i:  5J    A Fine Assortment of  3������      Uie Choicest Candies,  ���������Si1 (f������  * Fruits nnd Tobacco.       ���������  ���������(    Vancouver Ice Cream,    <t*  * ���������_��������� iji  ������ Diinpnniir Avo.   Cumberland ������������  '"* n"-T-~ ���������tit ��������� ni>niT*|-ri-rriiiiii*wiig***ii*i**i**il|j>sj.i***Uj*i  ������������������������������������<>���������������>��������� ���������^���������^������������������������������������������������������*>^#  ���������  o  o  o  o  p.  JJi'nler in  ALU KINDS Ol?  Fruit, Candy Cigars  [Cigarettes & Tobacco, f  I tonus a I Hock,  CUMIIKKUND, II.O.  t  plication and works.  (Signature) COMQX LOGGING AND  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD.,  Dy A. D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) Fraser Mills, B.C.  EXTRACT    from   tho   Act of the  Comox Logging and Railway    Com-  .._,..       .       . A. . pany authorising the proposed nppll-  (o.) Tho character of tho proposed ;nt|on Rnd work���������,  works: To    be    piped for supplying  water to    machinery   to bo used in  1000 ft, above the Bridge at crossing  of Nanaimo Road and about 1500 ft.  above mouth,  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (In cubic feet per second) Oue  cubic foot.  connection with Railway and Logging  operations.  (f,) Tbo premises on which tho water is to be usod (describe same): In  the vicinity of and over Oompany'a  Right of Way and property In Comox  District.  (g.) Tlio purpoBos for which tbo  water is to bo usod: Industrial (supplying water lor machinery).  (h) If for Irrigation doscrlbo thu  lurid Intended to bo irrigated, giving  acreage,,.,.,   (i.) H tho watorjls to bo used for  power or mini list purponon doHcribo  the place wlicro the writer is to be  returned to some nntiirnl chaunol,  and tho difference In altitude betweon  point of diversion nnd point of ro-  turn    (J.)Area of f.'ro.vn Innd intended to  he occupied by tho proposed works'  None,  n,,V This notlre wnn poj;tf*d on tho  27th rlny of July, 1910, and application will be mnde to the Coranil Hlon-  er on the TLh day of rkptmiilior, 1910  (1.) Give the named and addrfsses  of any riparian proprietors or Iteen-  T /"\ f I \T   Ti r    r  T%f*i nr*  M* who or wnoi������0 l������n,,n nre likcdy to  I W M   l\      IVI C. I  . rA   ) I   )S    lie   KtT-PtM   *1V     ���������������!������   T.n,,r. o,rf   ������.,,������v,_  Utlrisr abnvn   or     below th*> niitlnt:  Sub-soction (c) of Section 8 of tho  Comox Logging and Railway Company Act:���������  "(o) To stako, apply for, purchM'j  "or othorwino acqulro water and  "water records, and to enjoy and  "exercioo all tho rights, powers,  "and prlvllorcH of a powor com-  "pnny under Part IX of tho "Wa-  "ter Act," or nnv statutory raodi-  "flcatlon thcroof."  Not only is it a nice mild  ftnnkc. I������m tht* ���������'ftTnnd I������nl.*������������������'  Cigar lias all those nec<ss;tiy  qtiulitifs which give ko much  satisfaction to tlic smoker-  KOIl K!l;HT*t'I.AHH  CANDY, KRUITK,  i!li������AIW A TOI1AOCOS  Ail vert item will confer * fnvor  by hriiip*iii(* in 'heir mis. nut imi-r  tlian Moniiay, nt ini* will ������������������ut.t.ii'  the printers, to iriH*rt It In tlm  ii*xt i*mui> on ilit* Tollouinf,* Tiit������*  <J������y.  An Ad in the  Nkws  pays.    Try it.  VVeeUctid wrviee  IwtwHon Vnunonver,  V (....  V.,:,,..  i< ,.... .-  i ,-   ������l,.-  ���������1*m1 ('l)do limit iwin h'.i-w  atenmtr "('OWIUIIAX''  Huiliag its untlm���������  I^btm V*i,wj.i������������r, Hatnrday 8 pm  AiriTM K-mnimo, Katitnlriy 12|������in  Atwt* Uni'm, Miiml^ dam  Arfiw* l'< m.iT,    Sni, i,s S n n)  1<������ un.inu;~  Lrnvrsi CoaMji. **i.ud������*' i pm  LaavtMi Uo'r. i*uih*a)i 5 p m  Arrifsai Niua in������s Nimlaj II p m  Aim** '''���������Mjisaf** Mnsitlay 7 n m  Ki������ir������ 1**ws Union tw rtiwihwtnn   ���������������*���������        , ....  ������ry me**, emrnhgm ������rnt������al * "lim.������*"������������������ ':���������������*���������������-��������� *i  ���������������������������> plliltlbinji   and  liIKAK'," ������������<t Isawea ('uimimmI������m! H,.a������������t i pipe   liUtiiii ami  neutral   i������t,Mtr-  ���������t I *m, ttm^Ug ������Al. mmmrt      .in���������      |^..a, .\������*:������if lur the OilVtr  1 tfsdss*. .���������  I , I vti- vrii.r.  NOTICE  Kvery Monday nud Tuesday I  will lie in town  to deliver Fresh  VaW'.a .:;������! all kiud.>i.fVt);ciAUt-*-  intl    iil*o      js������*uio������'������(*, will  ���������lli    I'll  -Iji.  Cinu Yki'k,  Suidwick.  Mrs. or Ilr. Mtllnrd, CnnrteriHV, n.C  Attach ropy of stich parta of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorise the propowd nppll-  ratlfin and wnrV"  (Slgnaturtl COMOX LOGGING AND  RAILWAY COMPANY  By A, D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Addreoa) Kroner Milk B.C.  Kstraet from the Art of the Com"*.  * .owing ard Railwa? Compan*-   nu-  thiti������li)(r the    proposed  an������1 vorkr  WATKU NOTICB.  NOTICE Is hcroby given that on  application will be uuulo undtr Part  V. of tho "Water Act, 1900," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comox District,  (a.) The name of Company In full:  Wellington Colliery Co,, Ltd,  The head oMlro: Victoria, B.O.  The capital, how divided, showln**  nmount paid up: fi.000,000 divided  into 20,000 shares of 1100.00 each,  fully paid up.  (If for mining purponea) Free Mln-  w'h <'Vrtlflfate No   (b.) Tho nnme of hike, ptrerm or  Hoiirrn (if uryinmiHl, the deeerlptlon  Is): Puntlodgo River.  Ir.) Th*������ point nf dlvrrtrlori: At n  point nliove the Frills rn the Punt-  ledge River, Comox District.  - . ���������   n������i                  i ��������� i         .         i 11   *  ��������� ��������� <    ��������� ������������������'     ���������  '/   ' ;-'   ���������������������������.-������������������ ���������  fir  Mn r'lV'.r !''*������������������  pr-r i^rr.r.d^1  *r.n*i.  (c.) The rhnrnrt-r t.f the    projioaerl  works:    Generating    plant,    power  works, and electrle wnrka and plant  and   other    machinery   nnd conven-  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the dificrence in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: At a convenient pi ce below the  Stoughton PjiI.'s in the vicinity Outlet Brown River, Sections 10 and 14,  Tp, 9, Comox Disrtct. The poinc of  return is about 100 feet lowar altitude than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown Und Intended lo  be occupied by the proposed works:  None.  (k.)This notice wss posted on the  27th day of July, 1910, nnd application will be made to the CommiS'  sloner en the 7th day of September,  1910.  (1.) Give tho names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose letnds are likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  aither above or below the outlet: Wellington Colliery Co., Ltd.  Attach copy of such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  ( Signature)    WELLINGTON    COLLIERY CO., LTD.,  A. D. McRae, President.  P.O. Address) Victoria, B.C.  Extract from Memorandum of Association of Wellington Colliery Company, Limited: .  (a) To acquire by purchase, grant,  lease, or in any other manner * * * *  water and rights to water * ��������� * *  (d) To carry on the business of * *  * ��������� electric light, heat and power  supply ****..  (g) To manufacture and use as a  motive power electricity * * ��������� ��������� and  to manufacture- or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every bind for the production and  distribution of electricity * * * ��������� to  generate, use or dispose of, supply  or distribute electricity * * * * for  lighting or motive power ��������� ��������� * ��������� and  to construct, lay down, establish and  carry out cables, wires, lines, accumulators, lamps .and works ��������� * * * .  Under New  M-iuajreuient.  First-Glass   Board liy  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rate  >s  The Bar has been new  ly replenished  with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walter's,  Proprietor  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  e*e*mMmmmnhn  B  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  (��������� THIOREATEUT  THEATRICAL J������ SHOW PAPER  IN THIS WORLD.  $4.00 Pir Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts,  IHHPKI) WKKIUY.  8aiviple Copy Prii.  FR������NK QUEEN PUB. CO. 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������-.���-.ir ���*��*HP***i^*"*ss.��'��*!����'j*��i'.��ii
is the best* remedy
known for sunburn,
heat* rashes, eczema,
sore feet*, stings and
blisters.   A skin food!
All DnvtUU mi Stvt$.-U>t.
Girls Smear Mixture of White Earth
[ and Grease on Their Faces.
In tho Sierra Leone district of wf-=t-
���-���rn  Afre.-t i- a swret society
.is tin1  Itundu, to which are
<li��iioi:ic -ehools.   The girls <
Iney Work In Forests and Mills rre.
paring Teakwood  for   Market.
In tho lumber yards and smv mills
M India, olephants are employed to
aid in preparing teakwood foi shipment. In the forests and at the ports
also those big creature*-, handle the
timber. They drag tlic log? to .'.ho
there for three or four years, i strrnnis and arrange the booms; they
looked after >uid tui-pht  by ; stuck tho plunks, and they curry all j chickens
Composition Revealed
"Why do you always insist on white
veal  for  a .stewr" asked  the  butcher
of the hoarding house mistress.
"Because it makes such good chicken sandwiches the next, day," she replied.
Golfer on  the  Green
(: fW
to   hole   the
shall I do
, oaddi-'?"
"1  should get
1-tneos and
blaw it in!"
Then He used Dodd's Kidney Pills
and Became a Well Man���His Ex.
perience a Lesson for You.
Athabasca Landing, Alta. ��� That
Kidney Disease, neglected in its earlier stages, leads to the most terrible
suffering, if not death itself, and that
(he one sure cure for it in all stages
is Dodd's Kidney Pills, is the expori.
once of Mr. James li. Brunt, a fanner
residing near here.
Mr. Brant contracted Kidney Disease, when a young man, from a
strain, and, like hosts of others, neglected it, expecting it.to go'away itself.
But it kept gradually growing worse,
till after thirty years of increasing suf.
Jering the climax came, and be found ,      ,
could  not turn  in  bed.  and  for two j
attacle il
f the Villi-oome members of this society
when they are about ll or It) years old,
aim .-tay
They ar
;*n eld.1)' woman, and live in ,-i sort of
convent or retreat, never leaving its
precincts unaccompanied by their
So grejit is the rever-mce for this
society that no man dare set
within the sacred precincts. If lie
did, death would prolnbly be the
punishment of his curiosity, The
girls pay an entrance fe.3, and (luring
their stay are initiated into tin; secret
tribal customs. They have a special
costume, ('(insisting of strings of big
beads mad:- from a long, thin can0
round their waists, and their high
coiffure is adorned with bunches of
round, black, shiny seeds.
The costume worn when the girl?
are .ssifliciently skillful to give public-performances consists of a ^ort "if
netting covering the body, with
branches of palinleaf fibre swinging
from the plaited bangles entwining
their arms. Charms are suspended
from the neck, and to various parts of
the garments are fastened little iron
rings which tinkle as the dance goes
It. is, how-over, not so much in the
dress as in the manner in which the
('nneers decorate their faces that the
Sierra Leone dances are peculiar. A
mixture of white earth and grease is
smeared upon the countenance, and
then quaint devices are traced upon
the cheeks. The girls are graceful
and swing their bodies in tune to
tin.- beat of a tom-tom made out of a
sorts of lumber at the direction of
their masters, livery saw mill lias its
elephants and there are some companies which employ several hundred.
The average institution, however, can
He Fell Hard but Haughtily
Attorney General Wickersham, at a
dinner   in    Washington,    said    of a
_ wrong-headed financier: j
I'   "His methods are so deplorable that, j
'when he tries to defend them be goesi
to pieces. )
1 "In fact, he reminds me of an old'
| man who was brought up before a j
. judge. |
! " 'Ji'thro.' said the judge, "you aTe \
iccused of stealing General Johnson's'
Have you any witnesses?":
i "'Xo, sail,' old Jethro answered;
.haughtily. '1 hub not, sah. I don't'
i-steal chickens befo' witnesses sail!'".
The Doctor's Answers
By Dr.  Lewis Baker.
The questions answered below- are general in ohar- *
acter; the symptoms or diseases are given and ihe an*- \
vers will apply to any case of similar nature.   Those
wishing  further advice free, mav address  Dr.  Lewia
Bilker,   College   Bldg., 'Colleee-EUwood Ste.,    Dayton,
Ohio,  enclosing self-addressed envelope for reply.   If
unable to obtain  any   of   the     drugs   mentioned   of t
your regular druggist, go to some prominent large re- I
tail  drug  store which is sure to be well stocked.        ���
weeks at a time it was'impossible for
himto rise from a chair without put-
ting his hands on his knees.
He could not button    bis    clothes.
He    was    troubled    with    Lumbago,
Gravel and Backache, and tried modi-;
eine.s for each and all of them without:
getting  relief,  till  good  luck  turned
him to Dodd's Kidney 1'ills.
Dodd's Kidney Pills started nt tho
cause of his troubles rod cured his
Kidneys. With cured Kidneys his
other troubles speedily disuppi a red,
and today he is a well man.
." If you cure your Kidneys with
Dodd's Kidney Pills you will never
liuvo Lumbago, Rheumatism, Heait
Disease, Dropsy or Bright's llisea.se,
A Daring Boy.
A splendid type of the cool, intrepid
Englishman is Mr. Grahaine-White.
whose aerial exploits have aroused so
mueli enthusiasm. Fear seems to be
unknown to him. At Bedford Grammar School, where he was educated,
he .became one of the most daring and
successful' cyclist's.' Indeed, he used
to win so many prizes at the school
sports in the bicycle races that in the
 he__wa^s_j>rohibited from entering
for these eonfesTsT
he wa
"Then agaftrrwire'
thirteen, he and his older bro-
his foot : afford  but few,  for  tho animals
costly, a green one bringing $800;and
n prize worker often as mueli as
S'2,000. ������ ' ���
The elephants rome from-the'forests,
of Upjkt Burma. The wild ones are
nil owned by the Government, which
has an elephant department to catch
nnd care for them. The elephant commissioner keeps track of the wild
herds and annually sends out men to
hunt them and catch the young bulls,
which are trained and are finally disposed of to the lumbermen.
These huge beasts handle, logs of
great weight, writes F. G. Carpenter,
writing of scenes he ha3 visited. "An
elephant, would kneel down before the
middle of a loir, crowd his tusks under it and then, throwing his great
trunk over the top, would raise it
bodily'and carry it to the truck upon
which it was to be pushed to the buz./,
saw. If the log proved very heavy he
would rest one end on the ground and
drag it. An elephant piling lumber
would lift the timbers up and lay
them down on the others as evenly
os though it had measured each piece
In some eases where it was necessary
to carry two logs at a time the men
tied a rope around them and the elephant would pick up the end of the
rope with his trunk and place it over
his tusk and then, raising his head,
walk off with it. The elephants gather
up the scraps of lumber und lay them
so that the workmen can rope them
into bundles. They also work nt pi I
iug the boards and loading for the
At the lumber camps they not only
carry the logs' to the streams, but aid
in forming the rafts and booms. They
wade or swim about, according to the
depth of the water, towing the log��
this way and that. When the logs
come to the ports they break the
-boon j s���l:#-Jmshing_jQnA_tJie^pv_ Jog^
i Legal Advisor���"As I understand
| you, your family is in such reduced
j circumstances that nothing is left of
���your ancestral estate now but a ruined
1 chmenu."
{ Count Boylon de Bnkkovisu��k���"Zat
j ees gone, too,- sure. I myself am ze
I sole ruin,"
They C'eanse While   They
The v'-getable compounds of which
Parmelee's Vegetal)1 e Pills a>-e composed, mainly dandelion and mandrake, clear the stomach and intestines of deleterious matter and restore
the dcansred orcans to healthful action. Hence they are t^e best remedy
for indigestion available today. A
trial of them will establish the truth
of this assertion and do more to convince the ruling than anvthing that
can be written of these pills.
The" imperial eagle, the largest of
the speeds kiwi), flies to a height
from lo.eTfl to 15.000 tvA. It is u
native of South America, and its linbi
tation is nmo'ig t'*-e lofty mountains
of th��t conntrv. It-i powers of fh'ing
fo liiarh nlti'udes is o'lly evceeded by
the condor of the Andes, which is said
to have attpined the height of six
mi'e-, or wit'un one mile of the greatest height ever attained by a balloon
I'hey then take the timbers out onTTe"
Alontneue,   becoming  possessed j water and put them on the ears, which
Scottish Guest (.arriving suddenly!
nt the bottom of a somewhat difficult
staircase)���"Well, th" inunnic that I
designed this boose, mioht, hn' been an \
���Architect or he mioht not; but ah'ml
err���terrible certain he maun hue been
a teetotaler,"
A tribe of Brii'.illiiiu Ind'iin*. c'otbe
themselves in nothing more nor less
than u piece of pottery.
The tvMiie cf the new uueen of Keg.
hmil \> Victoria Mary Auinistn Louise
Olgu Piuiline Cliiudiii AgtieK,
Red, Weak, Weary, Watnry Eyes
TJelievod by Murine Kyo Uemedy
Try Murine for your
You will lilc Murine,
fine nt Your Dmi'inst*.
Books Free, Murine
Co., Toronto.
Kyo Troubles,
It    Soothes,
Write for Hyp
liyo   Remedy
of a small motor-car, set off for a fortnight's tour in the north of Kngland
during the summer holidays, without
saying n   word  to anyone.    As Mrs.
Grahamo-White���the aviator's mother,
who is his constant companion���truly
says, "For a boy it was a wild and
somewhat   dangerous, adventure,   but
lie  came  back   smiling  and  full   of
health,and spirits, and was forgiven."
That was in tho early days of motoring,  and   since   then   Mr.   Grahame-
White has  made  many  motor  tours,
while his brother Montague, a founder
member   of   the    Royal    Automobile j
Club, has taken part in many races. |
It was not until last August that tho |
younger brother interested himself in j
flying, and  such was his determination  that  in  n few  months  he hud
firmly established himself in the front
rank  of aviators  by  a  brilliant two
hours' flight,   He bus had one or two
narrow escapes,   At  Paris his   aeroplane collapsed at a heiyht of 100 feet.
Mr. Grtihame-White was unhurt but.
badly shaken, while only Inst month
the binlnrio, descending at too sharp
nn angle, threw  him  to the ground
and fell on him.   "But  these things
nre all iu n day's work," the'young
aviator romnrks.
or.rry them to the "'mill. In' some
places the elephants work together,
and there are boss elephants who keep
the others un to their work and pound
them with their trunks when they lag
They have to be carefully, fed. and
each must have his bath twice a day.
During this operation they sit down
while buckets of water are thrown
over them. After that their masters
scrub them with rough brushes and
curry them, as it were, all over
Not To Be Fooled Twice
"Johnnie. keAr> still end s"t down
ind have your nieture taken. Nothing
will hurt you."
"Roohoo! That's what you said
when we went to the dentist's."
Arthur F.:���I urn quite grateful forj
your kind words, aud am glad to know
you tried the presetiplion for stomach
disorders.   A good way to treat catarrh
��t home is:   To a pint of warm water
add a tcitspootiful ol salt, snuff this
water  through  tin  nostrils  morning
snd night until thor.-eghly oie'inst-d.
Blood treatment should also be taken
j md for this purpose try:    Fid. ext.
c j law palmetto 1 oz.. compound fluid
' balinwort 1 oz., fid. ext. buohu 1 oz..
aromatic elixir 5 ojss.. Mix, and take a
teiispoonfuil before or after meals and
at bedtime.
Alice G.:���Use a teaspoonfu] of
borncie acid to a pint of warm water
for sore and inflamed eyes; wash twice
Sain K.���I have frequently given the j
following formula for such cases a? I
yours. It is a thorough, powerful tonic
and builder and perfectly harmless to
the system even if used for a long
time: Compound syrup of hypophos-
phites 5 ozs., tincture cadomene comp.
1 oz. Mix shake well and take a tea-
spoonful before meals to improve the
appetite and one at bedtime. This improves the blood, makes pink cheeks
red lips and greater nerve control for
men, women or children.
Eugene:���Yes, I know a very thorough and reliable treatment to cure
dandiuf*. itching scalp, falling hair,
etc. Druggists do not generally have
it in stock, but I will give the name.
It is plain yellow rmnyol. It costs 90
cents for a four-ounce jar.
Mrs. C. W.:--If ,\our child,is addict-
>d to bedwetting. you cannot expect it
to be healthy, strong and hearty. Try
the use of comp. fluid balmwort, A
child of 6 should be given 10 drops on
sugar or in water after meals and between meals and at bedtime. The
vinptoms may increase nt first, but
gradually a cure will ensue.
Airs. X.:������You want n good prescription to act on baby's bowels,
";��''out griping and pain; and something curative, as well as for immediate relief. This prescription can be
relied upon when" carefully filled:
Aromatic fluid cascara 1 oz., comp. essence eardiol 1 oz., aromatic syrup
rhubarb 3 ozs. Give an infant 6 to 10
drops, 3 to 4 times daily, or * half
teaspoonJul at night, Increase the
dose according to age, or condition,
sufficient to regulate the bowels.
A^nes M.:���Since you received so
much help from my previous prescription, I am going to give you a prescription which will increase your
flesh and round out your figure, bringing the physical charm that goes with
a well nourished bedy This will
usually make pink cheeks, red lips
and buoyant health."" Comp. syrup of
hyipophosphites 3 ozs., essence of
pepsin 3 ozs., tincture cadomene compound 1 oz., and compound essence
cardiol 1 oz, Mix, and take a tea-
spoonful before and after meals. Continue several months if necessary.
After the fiTst few weeks you should
increase 1 to 3 pounds each week.'
Very nvny persons die annually
fi-om cholera and kindred summer j
complaints, who might have been i
saved if prober remedies hed been |
used, Tf attacked do not delay in get-1
tin? p botf]�� of ,T. D. Kollogg's Dysen-i
t"tv Corr'inL the medicine that never
iflJl^oj^nejHj)ju)re^rhose who have:
used it s<iv it acts proinTVtljT'aTi'd'tlroTrT
oughly subdues the pain and disease, j
Miss Woodb'"���"Fo Mr. Smart really-
seid he considered me. verv witty���I
eh?" ., ,.     "
Miss K'lo-v���"Not exactiv; he said ���
he bad. to laugh everv time he met!
you." !
the water is dashed upon them they
wag their tails and flap their ears and
grunt in joy.
Pills ef Mtested Value���Parmcloo's
Vegetable Pills nre the, result of enve.
As jful study of the properties of certain
A ne<>' rnnire employs Ivdh electri-|
city nud s<"iim, a "urrcnt <d the- for-i
trier, ufii'd to eook food o> too of |.h��|
ctonin to operate the o\i a economical. |
ly. |
Ask for Minard's nnd lake no other, j
Practically tlv only *io>'-���, u-e-d in
f��"olliin I are t'osr [ ,r eoki"*', almost;
ell boiim-K g-ttng    heat    from   open i
fili'l'lllCi-. i
A Londir !
Andrew  Ciinie"i- i.i'vs lie b'-s been i
responsible   'or   fol'tv-two   ll'illiounii'i'i, j
And dear ""'v ktiows how Many lino!:.
worin.-i!   Halifax Iv-lio.
I'iiI'-i i  verv eiii'efully I'-imHe I    the
iii'W��|ii'|i. r    (ili <    "'   tn !,i,-    will hid '
SCIII'ei'ly   twenty   years   heeimse   ot   the;
<iiinliiy of the  wood    paper    thnt    is
' llwd,
"How bent that you fellow !���.-''
"Natural    thing.      lie    eouu-i of a
crooked  fiiniilv,"
Had The Fact*
Twii'lii-r-Hii which i'IuIh i{ the i-iirtli
lire   lh,.   pole*-
.1 lllllll)        .Sol ill    eU'l    "All   I.
"Corieel,     (Ml    klhlt-li   .Mile   nil-   lie1
nio.t 11 .|.;. ���������
"(in   tl���   oil'-; I- ."
('l,,:.'������       -V,
An  Irish Story.
After soldiering about the world for
many years, an Irish olllcor at length
left the army, and went to settle on
the fnrniiy property in the Green Isle,
Fomn of tlm old servants were in
(lillieulty, for to dismiss people who
had been born and bred at the place
was not to be thought, of.
The coachman was the worst, The
horses were screws, the cnrr'agi's were
worn out, the stable wasn't (it for n
rowlioiij.1', his rotta;,'!! win* only fit for
pit's, and so on.
Bui everyihaii.;, he was told, wmH
he nut rii/ht, including it now collage
for hiin.iclf,
The  niilll   went   home   lliul  delighted
his wife's heart with tin' news. But
after supper, a* he sat by Ihe lire
with hU pin-' in his mouth, he begun
growling and (���nunh'iui*.
"Well, whatever'-, wrong wid ye
now?" said the wife.
"I'm a miserable man this night,"
he muttered, "lleiforni, I haven't a
siin/le grievance loil."---llliiokwniid's
Ths  Wedding Quest.
uliar ob-tervunee  prevails
Bellary   districts   in   connection
wiih wedding iu M.i'.havii Brahmin
families, whii-h o.vtipy the better part
nf ii  loritiight,   Oa ,i particular day,
toward* the close of the festivities, u
llidei.ii-i e(|igy of n |ii-ili- flmire. fall-
liii-lieally lohed in rags, supposed to
repre^uit the hridiM'Moin's lather, is
nirriid nhiinf tin- -tr.-t-tn Jn pro".'*.
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Lord Rothschild's Influence.
A pleasing story is told apropos of
the prestige   of   the   grout   house   of
Kothsehild nnd its inllucnco in Citv
circles of London.   A young scion of
ft noble house was rdvon ft letter of
introduction to Lord Rothschild.   In
this it was stated that the young iiuin
though undoubtedly talented, had had
the misfortune to ho   wholly thrown
upon his  beatu-ends   owing   to   the
death of his father, who had succumbed to grief on account of his bankruptcy.   Tlio letter wound up asking
Lord Kothsehild   to  do his  very  utmost for n deserving en��?. After having read tho note,   Lord   Kothsehild
took tho young man hy the arm, and
walked   with   him   from   the   Kothsehild*.' ofliees in Bt. Swithin's Lane.
past tho  Hank  of Knglnwl, through
Throgniorton   street,   and   past   the
Stock Kxo.hnnge, introducing him on
the way to several woll.known broker*
and flimnciers.   Then, shakiiiu hands
with hint, he wished him "good-day"
and  "good   luck."    "But,"  said  the
young man in astonishment, "are you
not going to do   anything for nu1?"
"My dear fellow," replied Lord llotha-
child, "if you are one half ns clever
ns I nm assured you arc, you yourself
will know what to do,"    The young i
man was bright iMiough to take the j
hint, and not only obtained unlimited i
credit in tho City thmuifh the prestige (
of the r-ront tlnaneier's friendship, but
soon  null In  the headway  which  has
siili'o led  to success, I
Thres Distinguished Brothers.
Although   he   probably   had   high I
liofiOH for his S'UK, it  is doubtful if j
,lohn llewnr, the Perth distiller, iiiuiir- |
hied lor one moment thnt they would ,
attain the high positions they at pres- I
i cut occupy,   line, Sir .lohn, was mude )
��� ii biirniii'.t, three ye-iri njo. Sir Thomas j
I was knitdited lu lOtrJ, nnd now Arthur I
lletvar.   K.C,   M.I'.,  .*��� /lieitoMbmeni) j
for S*otlltlr-i  since   I'.li'.t, llils been a|<-
pointed it S-'ooitish judi'e.   There nre
1 few   more   popular   member*   of   the i
I House thiin Mr. Dewar, and it is interest ini; to  note  that   when  he  llr-t .
I i-nUiri'd  the  field  iif polities  us  iMItidi- !
date for Mouth Kdinbiireli in IHfin his I
j Opponent   wus    the   late    l'n<n.   Wall-
1 el)oi>i.    The contest wna a sharp aud !
i ("Xcltlllg one, Kiel, llul �� i i.i.��i,tiniiiita' ue-,
} ,.., .:,.',. .' ���' ��� ������ -��� -���' M- I'-^r1
: wa- returned with h hiiiidsoine inn-1
! Jority of v*l. i
roots nnd herbs, arid tlm action of
��neh as sedatives and lnxntives on the
digestive npnnrntus. The success t'>e
compounders have met with fitters
the value of their work, These pills
have been recognized for many years
ns the best olenrs^rs nf t^o system
that can be sot, Their excellence was
recognized from the first and they
grow more popular every daily,
Therefore   Everybody  Should  Use the BEST
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Mother--"! wonder what makes that
dog afraid of me? He nlwnvs behaves
ns if he thought I was going to kill
Little D-.Highter���"I expect he's seen
you whipping me,"
Minard's Liniment used by Physicians
worry,    you'll
hut I can't    pay
"That's what you told me last
"Well, haven't 1 kept my word?"���
The sickly baby, is quickly cured by,
Ilnhy's Own Tablets, These Tablets
nn- ii never failing cure for the trou.
hies arising from ii disordered condition of tiie Htornnch und bowels, He-
ing sold under n giwiiiintoo to con-
tain no harmful drug they can be
Uivetl to the youngest child with per.
feet wifely. Mrs, Knincls MnMullon,
St, Octave, (Jue��� writes: "I hiive
used Baby's Own Tablets for my baby
who was eoitstipaleil for four or live
diiys ut ii time, I "found the Tablets
to be of great bcnetlt mid would re
commend them to other mothers."
They nre sold by medicine dealers or
by iniiil nt tffi cents a box Irom The
Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brook-
vilK Ont.
The Egyptian Pyramid! I
I    The largest of the pyramid*, which'
j '�� (It <ll7,et|,  I�� called Cheops,  in.'t'ililfct:
thai    i*   supposed   to   have   been   the!
Illume of the builder,   H wiih built fur,
1 a I'oyni mausoleum or Icmb, mid it'
1 contained i-hiimbei,-> for the holies of1
! the klllg lllld ipinil.  Its tlleiO'UVitllentS'
nre 7HI feet nn each side, and lu!
j height i. ft;! feel, Heieniilic men e-ti-'
' .nut,, dim tin. btitblimr must have re.,
I (|llirn|   tile   WOl'k  Ol   HAM*.*'  Oe (I   tm   *i
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No doubt you will agree that if quality and price are equal eveiy
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Not only Is it patriotic���it's sound common sense. The money
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prosperity, aud makes it easier for every Canadian to cam a good
On the other hand, money spent for foreign made goods goe�� out
of the country to pay foreigners���uot to benefit Canadians.
Toilet and Medicinal Preparations are compounded In Canada from
the purest ingredients which money can buy. The National Drug aud
Chemical Company of Canada returns to Canadians In employees'
salaries, dividends and other expense disbursements, close tu On*
Million Dollars a year, lu addition to this we spend millions every
year in Canada for raw material*, tins, bottles, labels, boxes and
other supplies giving employ men t to humlwis of Cntiadinn tinsmiths,
({lass workers, paper makers, printers, lithographers, box makers,
aud others,
Ho even if N\-DIU'.CO Roods were only "just as good" a�� those
Imported ftoiti other countries, you would be folluwiug u seusible and
patriotic conr.e in buying them,
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will refund your money.
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HsIlUi,   ,11, John,  Mantrssl,   Oltsws,  Kln-iton,  Terantc,   HsmlHws, UmIm,
Winnlpsi, Rsslss, Cslfsiy.   Nsltea. Vasweoftr, Vtttasta. \i
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Th'iiK'h the world bin treated him '���.
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itij�� one "f the uuliiekhxt of ..ports. >
men, It would be hard to count the j
number <>f timer* itmt In- lm^ jti-t f;iil. ���
cd tu briier off iinjw.rtsiiii event* His |
hor-es have  come  in   vemid  in  tlie j
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t! Ol ' T��"ill 'I'll (ill;l|..-!v ;,|..| flm;
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HiiU* tld^bt vlt ��ee tho inti>rriii-.|ti<il| !
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SlStfllt   lll-iorlUlie,
An fnvhibt* l��em, '
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a>kf<l llli* jlllli"!  Iliellibrr nf the tlrtn. '
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fer.   "Mr fT'if'rt-.,- !,������<;,ittit t�� in
iif* iiveriv.it "
Tliet rs*l|#v#n. my win I.   My part- j
ner wa* trying to ligure whether yusr
n��*r ovsrccwt   *��s��n t   *��n����?*tb#rti ta
We know and utart of Royal Yeait Cukts know that titoM
���re the bett foods of the kind in the World.  Breed made with
Royal Yrait will keep mottt Mid fresh long��r then that mad* with
any other.  Donote*ptrlroe��t���theMU noother^tM|-ood."
c. w oiurrr oo. t>ro. rer****, ret,
a��*iae4 hltttiMt ^qnor^ nt att tspiwIHwwi.
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*--;'"--\'n��A,tl ji w  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  f arm c/i-3  ildLrden  THAMES AND THE FLEET.  What  the  Old   River  Ha*  Produced  For Britain.  The laying down of the heel of the ���������  BARN VENTILATION.  Pure  QUEER INTERVENTIONS.  Two Cases  Where  Providence S>emi  to Have Interfered.  HOUSE FOR GRAIN.  Rat and Mouse Proof For Stor;&������  Purposes,  A well built and handily arrant  granary Is without doubt one of t*5*0*  most necessary buildings on the fafW.  The grain house shown In the fllust''**  tlous herewith hns many advantage,  it Is rat nnd mouse proof and has jjW*  pie storage room for farm Implement  The grain may be loaded from (Po  bins to the wagon without any lab"*,  and the interior arrangement is %xfi\  that it is not possible for grain to u^  and mold or become sour.  The building may, of eourse. be bti"t  any sine. The six posts that carry t^  structure in the drawing, which pf0^  vldes for a building 20 by 30 ft^t  square, are 8 by 8 Inches square a>'^  twenty feet long, sat on a good solW  PEU8PECTIVE OP OBANARY.  foundation of stone or cement, with  an iron pin In ouch post. The end sil'a  and also the center girder are 8 by fl  inches square. The spaces betwe^n  the bents are filled in with 2 by J������  inch lioor timbers set twelve ineb^3  on centers. The floors should be si*  Inch matched lumber and well set1*  soned.  The building is framed aud brace*1  by 2 by li studding set twenty-foil'"  inches on centers around the entife  building.  The open space below Is seven fe^t  In the clear und may be inclosed oa  Air   Needed   by   Live  Stock  Make Satisfactory Gains.  Many ownera ������* l-ve ������wk d0 not ! in concrete instances it is unique  ne\v Dreadnought, the Thunderer, at pay enough attention to the ventilation to find the cause of disaster become  the Thames Ironworks, a day or two of their stables. This Is almost as ; automatically the agent of salvation,  ago, will bring into existence the important as food and.care, for wltu- j Yet this is precisely what happened  twelve hundred and twenty-seventh oul pure alr at all .lnie8 satisfactory  man.of.war built, for the royal navy igaSn8 cannot be made.   Animals seem  zx^'i^^'^tOX^ i!��������������������������� ������������������������*������ -reaa gr, aeiot  counted everv class of war .craft,  of | ������������������������������ usaS-'e -n the way or breathing  which there 'is record; Irom   s.iilinR i bad air in the Houses tn which tbey  three-deckers of the olden time,   and !spend tbe winter mouths, but because  modem first-class battleships, to gun- i they come out alive In the spring is no  boats, sloops of war and corvettes of j proof that they would not have done  the days of spars and sails, and mod- j better if their quarters bud been thoroughly ventilated.  If the/stables and pens were kept  thoroughly clean thero would, of  course, be less bad air even with very  LOST FERTILITY OF SOIL  ff  ern torpedo boats and destroyers,  Of the twelve hundred and twenty,  six British warships launched on the  Thames, which can be traced, con-  siderably over half the number were  shi;>s carrying each fifty guns and  more; "sixty-fours" and "seventy-  fours," "eighties" nnd "ninety,  eight's,"Up to HO-gun ships���������ships  rated for the line of battle, as the  old phrase went. Ten of Henry the  Eighth's warfleet���������to go back to the  earliest times from which there are  records���������wero Thames-built; thirty oi  ������ueen Elizabeth's; ten of James the  First's; seventy of Cromwell's; forty  under Charles the Scond; eighty un-  der William the Third and Queen  Anne; and some three hundred and  twenty during the eighteenth century,  between 1714, when George the First  came to the throne, and 1815, the  close of the Great War with Napoleon, jn addition to upwards of sixty  from. 1815 to the present time, including the battleships Duncan and, Corn-  wallis, now serving at sea, the great  modern pre-Dreadnought cruiser  Black Prince, and the new Dreadnought battleship the Thunderer, now-  being begun.  At Trafalgar, in fact, eleven of the  twenty-seven ships that formed Nelson's line of battle were London or  Thames built ships; four of them  launched from the royal dockyards  of. Woolwich and Dcptford, seven  built for the navy in private shipyards���������-at Blackwall, Giavesend, Roth-  erhithe. and elsewhere on the river.  Eleven out of Nelson's thirteen ships  at the battle of the Nile had been sent  afloat on the Thames; seven of them  built at private yards, the other five  at Deptford and Woolwich. Thirteen  of. Duncan's sixteen at Camperdown  were Thames-built   man-of-war,   nine  A GOOD STABLE VENTH.AT011.  defective ventilation, but as the sleeping quarters of a great deal of stoiK  on farms are kept the air thnt gels m  through   the  inadequate   openings   is  in   the case   of   the   British   frigate  Pique.    Fifty   years   ago   she   went '  ashore on the coast of Japan.   Hope  had   been   pretty    nigh   abandoned |  when, to the   amazement   of   every- j  body she was off, apparently none the (  worse for her severe gruelling.    Except that she became a bit of a lag-  gard in sailing she kept afloat, and, |  in fact, completed her full term in the .  China  seas.    Then, she rounded the \  Horn,   and,   maintaining   the   even !  tenor of her way home, "brought her  stout-hearted crew safely into port.  Imagine their feelings when, being  dry-docked at Portsmouth, she was  found impaled on a granite tooth  weighing several tons. Covered with  weeds and barnacles, the huge boulder was with difficulty removed, and  is now to be seen in the dockyard,  offering literally a sermon in stone  on the manifold mercies of Providence. At any moment it might have  been dislodged, when, without warning, the frigate must have foundered.  Paralleling in respect of its grim  significance the instance just quoted  is the case of a tombstone which saved its owner's life. It sounds'���������paradoxical, but is readily explained. An  eccentric pensioner, by dint of painful economies, had purchased the  stone to be erected above his grave.  Being bedridden and under the impression that his days were already  numbered, he had the stone placed  upright against the wall at the head  of his bed.   It was there, in the city  ! hot sufflcieut to dilute down  to tbe  of CoFk'   when   the  crazy   tenement.  point   of   harunessuess   the   escaping j staining the room in which he lay  ammonia hinl mhor ease ' was brou&ht d������wn ^ a recent hurri-  w?   mJI    i fl*. M        ,   'cane.    The falling   wall killed   nine  !    Especially    Jn    horses'   stables,    in   people outr-ght a?ld severely injured  ; which ammonia generates more rapid-   many  others,  but the bedridden ec-  ly when the bedding is not cleaned out': centric escaped without a scratch,  [daily  than in tiie quarters ot cattle i    By  some   remarkable   means   the  I and hogs, it is more necessary to pro-' tombstone had got wedged across the  two sides, us shown, or the front ma/  be tilled iu with.doors nnd the j-emnift^^Qiiiam^ ���������j-  Tng three sides "boarded up tight, or l7T    Not  a   few   of   the   Thames-built |  desired nil four sides may be left opef-1 fleeJ were.ships that made their mark j  The first floor is reached by nswlnjT |n /^tory, that *������" - fBt?e���������th������V' '  ing ladder or step that may be hook������ g*������������ gn ^ the Bn^av^sdf  to the floor timbers when not In nse-\ was Thames-built ship; ns was our  A permanent -stair should be built first victory, Hawkins' flagship in the.  from the first to the second floor am* I battles with the Spanish Armadas,  located in oi>e end. "  The outer walls ure covered witl*  matched lumber and this In turn cov"!  ered with drop siding or boarded ������*?  nnd down and battened. The Innc**  wnlls are left bnre to avoid having nnj'  hiding places for ruts or mice, und it  one should clutnee to get iu a dog <jf i  cat could easily cotch it.  The bins nre mnde seven feet hig|* j  nt the rear, six nt the front nnd six ofj  seven feet wide. |  The floor Is sloping, as shown, an<*:  the bins should set some distance fron*  the  wnll.    The peculiarity  of thes<*  bins is In the ventilation.   Two thretf  vide ample meaus for the entrance of  fresh air.  If a stable or, barn is so close that  some special means of ventilation is  required, about the most satisfactory  is having a window with a sash hinged at Its bottom, so thnt the top may  open inward to a distance of two feet,  says-a--Wi3consifrOTeedeT;^     ������������������"      "  To compel the air to come Into the  barn over the top of the sash V shaped  boards with the apex downward should  be nailed on to tbe Inside of the bouse,  one on each side of the sash, so tout  when the sash Is open these aides close  the opening on each side of It and  shattered bedstead, effectually protecting him from the falling debris.  Whether the circumstance of his e.s-.  cape so impressed him or the shock  of it put fresh life into him is not  easy to say, but he soon got well.  Here the means of recording his vir-  tures became the agent for multiplying them.  A Famous English Lawyer.  The statement that Mr. Rufus  Isaacs, K.C., the great English law-  yer, is said to be anxious not to receive the usual honor of knighthood,  which is conferred upon the occasion  of appointment to the oflice of Solicitor-General,  may have more truth  and also our second Victory, one of . the fresh air pours over the top onlv. i iu it than many of the stories of a  Blake's hardest fighters, nnd also one. I ]n this way not so much draft can ! similar character which reach Can-  of   Blake's   flagships.    The   Armada j flow aDOut in all directions. I ada.   Mr.  Isaacs, who is of Jewish  Dreadnought, and Swiftsure; Sir  Walter Raleigh's favorite, the first  Wurspite; the historic Sovereign of  tho Sens. Charles the First's "Wonder of the World"; Cromwell's Ntise-  by, wliieh Evelyn saw and 'made a  caustic comment on just after her  launch; tho famous Loyal London,  built out ol subscriptions in the City  for Chfirles the Second, were built by  Thnm.es labor in Thames yards, Ben-  bow's flagship the Breda, on board  which he lost hi slife, was another  famous Thames man-of-war; as were  tho first   Shannon, on  bonrd   which  inch galvaiitaed iron pipes nre pliiocd   colllngvvood bpgr.ii his sen life; the  AO    ti It/-.Visit       /itm    .if     4-1-. n     tmttnni     ntirt     ������_ j%   '     ������-��������� ������ "/��������������� ������    ���������     * i t  ns shown, one nt the bottom and "on? j  iibout the center.  The pipes have one  Royal George, which wont down ?o  trngionlly at Spithend with Kempen-  felt on board und nine hundred people. The famous Brunswick, which  fought so desperate a duel with the  French Vmigeur on tho "Glorious"  First ol .lune"; Nelson's flagships nt  Bt. Vincent, at the Nile and at, Copenhagen (the Captain, tho Vnnpnnrd  nnd tho Eloplinnt), were all Thnmoi  Rhips. Tho heroic Colossus, n seventy-  four in Collingwood'g line at Trafalgar, wa** a Thames-built ship, and in  tho battle was manned, too, mostly  by Londoners, of whom, indeed, one  man in every three was either killed  or wounded; so, too, was the Agamenv  lion, which bo heroically fought &*  flagship of tho inshore squadron nt  tho bombardment of Bobastopol; the  sEcnov of din. Warrior, our first ironclad; tlm fnm-  half inch hole punched every eight SnJ^^^Wt'SSt'5^  inclica ou tbo top uud bottom uud the i short. A book could be easily filled  holes covered wllh screen wlro, Thli J with the stories of the exploits and  may be soldered on or wrapped with ! tame of our famous Thames-built men-  wire.   Four o������o inch holoi aro bored  of*war, and it would mako excellent  Molsssos Fed to Stock.  In France and Germany molasses is  fed to horses and cattle with excellent  results. It is'nerved out to them at  midday nnd in the evening. After  they have eaten three-fourths or me.  dry fodder, molasses thinned wllh water is poured over the remainder, nnd  the nulmnls eat the fodder ravenously  and lick their mangers clean. In com-  mpiifliig tho use of molasses from one  to one and a half pounds per bond is  given at flm nnd ufter about three  weeks the quantity gradually In-  orenNed to three pnunda.    For cattle.  after tlioy have become usnd to thp rn    ...       ,, ,  ,  tion, the farmer tnltea the moiuwwt \ ������������.1 problems as were found in tl  Just ��������������� It comes from tbe factory,       | |������~ ^\\^ff\^ L  descent and the son of a London merchant, hns always been a man of most  democratic tastes, although for many  years he has been recosnized ns a  man of great wealth, Besides many  extensive and remunerative investments, Mr. Isaacs has for some years  past been making an income of $100,-  000 per annum, and ho can therefore  afford 4he temporary loss of his proc-  tice at the Bnr. He has had a*, extraordinary career. As a youngster  ho served in the mercantile marine,  but ho soon tired of tho sea, and went  into a business oflice where he learned'  many things about stocks and shares,  knowledge which had stood him in  good stead when ho has been compelled to.handle such difficult flnun-  .... ...    the  or  Some of the Errors of Many Western  Farmers.  As a general thing farmers seldom  tire concerned about the fertility of  their soils so long as they raise good  crops. But just as soou as tbe crops  show decided signs of failiug tbey begin to "get busy" in restoring the lost  fertility. This Is about on a parallel  with locking the stable after the horse  lias been stolen.  It would be fur more profitable and  considerably easier to conserve the  fertility than to endeavor to restore It  nfter it has been lost.  For years It has been tbe boast of  parts of the west that the fertility of  the soil !n those sections was so strong  that no manure was needed. But it  seems thnt today there ia trouble brewing. An expert says:  "In many sections of the corn belt  the day has come when farmers need  to pay more attention to maintaining  the  fertility .of the soil.   This  they  should   have   done years ago.   They  should have learned tbe lesson nature  tnught the  farmers in the east and  south before the fertile prairies of the  west were opened to cultivation. That  they did not profit by the experience  of   eastern   and   southern   farmers���������  namely, that continuous grain culture  nnd continuous neglect of conserving  fitrmynrd manure and applying it regularly  and   in   the1  most   economical  manner to their soils���������Is evident from  the present lack of fertility in many  of the corn belt states, where the soils  nt one time were so productive as to  lend people to think that their exhaustion was practically an impossibility."  It is pertinent also to here refer to  the  trials  conducted  by   the  Cornell ;  agricultural station to demonstrate the \  losses to stable manure when exposed |  to leaching and  weathering.    A  pile |  of   manure   that  contained   elements |  worth ?.").4S after being exposed  for j  five   months   was   worth   only   $2.0:5. ;  Leaving tnnnure In piles in the field is  nn"antiquated method that should never be practiced for the reason that It  results In fertilizing the spots where  the heaps lie too heavily, giving them  fully three times as much of the fertilizing elements as theyeneed, while  three-times-as-much���������ground-rewivei  less than  make a show-  allowed to He in heaps"on n field for  a few weeks or a month It is an impossibility to spread it so ns "to get au  even distribution of organic matter ami  of the elements of fertility.   It is preferable   to  spread   the  manure direct  from the wugou with a fork, although  this is by uo means an up to date way  of handling it.   For the most economical results manure should be hauled  direct from the barn ns soon as It Is  made nnd .scattered .over'tbo fields by  means of n spreader.   In this way, and  In this way only, can tho full value of  manure bo saved, provided, of course,  enough bedding Is used In the tmru  to nicely absorb nil the liquid excrement, the plnnt food of which nmounts  to nearly one-half of the total In tho  manuro and liquid excrement,  Carefully conducted experiments  show that tho manure produced per  thousand pounds of live weight of the  DAIRY BREEDS  AND FEEDS.  Experiments at the Wisconsin station show what can be done by tbe  dairyman when tbe cowa are properly  fed and eared for. The dairy herd at  the staiiou bus been established about  leu years. Complete records have been  kept for the production of milk and  butter fat, nnd utmost every kind of  experiment has been tested In feeding  and management. The herd of thirty  represents the leadltig breeds. Including Jerseys, Holstelua, Ayrshires and  Brown Swiss  The riolsteln cow Johanna Inst year  as well as the preceding year ranked  first In uet protit yielded over and  above tbe cost of her fe������l    Sbe gavo  A GREAT HOL8TE1N TIEtiDElt.  milk 3.37 days during the year and  produced 13,18(1.2 pounds of milk and  477.DU pounds of butter fat, the average fat content of ber milk for the  year being 3.0*2 per cent.  The Jersey cow Macella ranked sec- '  ond In uet protit yielded during the  piist year, receiving credit for n production of 7,7^2.1 pounds of milk and  l'i^.3������ pounds of (nt (average fat content. 5.(J8 per '*enti; value of products.  tslSS.O-l; cost of feed. |43 0a; net profit,  SSU'.fll. This cow ranked third among  the cows In the herd during the preceding year, with a production of  fl.51.73 pounds of milk. 411.51 pounds of  fat (average fat content, 5.90 per cent)  and a net profit of $01.87.'  The  Guernsey   cows   Margaret  and  Muriel   nnd  the Ayrshire  cow  Chris-  LJ^an^ukJLhiriLJau^ ���������  ...      . , ,. . ���������.���������.   , tlvely, will) uet profits for the year as  It needs or not enough to ; and m.,h th���������lr   rodu<..  lowing.    Whore manure is ; tU)n f()r thPVe,ir ranging from (1.702.8  to 0.037.4 pound* of milk arid from  3GU..*i8 to 413.S4' pounds of butter fat.  with the cost of feed eaten about the  same for all three cows, ranging from  $37.85 to $39.00.  Grain was fed as many times dally  ns the cow ������������������toduced pounds of butter  frit during the week, or one-fourth io  oue-third as much grain as the  amount of milk glveu, according to  Its quality. The grain mixture was  three parts whom bmn, four parts  common!, three parts distillers' grains.  Besides the grain, the cows had what  ensilage and hay they would ent, the  amount varying from twenty-five to  forty-live pounds of ('iiHtlage und four  to six pounds of hay, Each cow In,  cnrofully watched and the rutlons varied, nccordlng io iipfd. in summer,  besides puxtuniee, inure or less grain  THE DAIRYMAN.  A careful milker, quiet In bis wuya  about tbe stable, is worth ninny dollars more Io a single hoiibou than one  who li brutal.  There is not a cow, un'  gone ito society only on very rure or  Brent occasions, Alter a trying day  in the Inw courts he would po straight  to his home, ent a very light moal  and go to bed nt nine o'clock, At;  four o'clock in the morning the devoted mnn servant, who has been  with him for many years and who is  known as "Faithful William," would  preparo  hia  master's, breakfaRt  and  mutter bow poorly bred, that will not   orim? him a r-rent, bundle of briefs to  rBi.nnr.ri to niiiri immmsnt. road.   F>or some time to come at any  In tho floor of the bin and also covered  with dcrecn wire, Tho open ends of  the pipe and tho holes In the floor ill.  low a free piny of frenh air through  the grain at all times aud also allow  the moist, heated air to escape, No  gniln will mold in one uf these bins,  Not even buckwheat, tbe worst urslti  wo have to bent, will be diimoifwl.  Prolific Field*.  Perhaps the hardest point for th������  unprofeaslonat man to understand Is  tbnt two fields nf soil mny look alike,  bat one will yield seveiity*five bushels  of corn nnd the other nineteen. Thlt,  very example may be seen nt the Ur.  nana (O.i experiment farm, where one  field has been grown to corn exclusive.  ly for thirty yean without manure or  ;....i.m-( uf mi<> moo. Mat year It  pftvo up le*.* thu ti iiliu'ti'cjj huvbfte iu  the acre. Not ten rods away, wllh  everything else tiie same, over seven.  ty������0ve bushels to the acre were bur*  vested, only because the necessary  plant food bud lx������*������it replaced in th*  form of Miiitttf immure, etc., and be.  ran** rotnilon bad been practiced,  using clover as one of tbe cra'w In the  rotation scheme.  Und  exciting  reading.���������London Orabble.  And Kltchsnsr Said "Oct Out."  When Copt. Fred Jones returned to  St. John, N.R., from the Iloer war  he was naked by his friends if he had  loan Lord Kitchener, Ho ropllod thnt  ho had, but thnt their chat was some.  What brief,  "It via* like this." said the captain  to an admiring group of friends. "1  had received my marching orders for  home upd did uot wish to leave uatil  I had seen the comin������nder-in*chlef, of  Vhom I had heard so much. I naked  4 horse gunner if lie could direct me  to 'K.V tent, and he told me where  to go.  "1 followed   tho   instructions and,  looking through an opening in the ,  onrtvas, I saw a Ull man, who badly i prevents the cow  \���������. '..'. ..  -'.....,, i"M4������#, ������u a  sitMit i .fWuiiiK u<*r food  respond to kind treatment,  Stick to One Breed.  Stick to one breed, says (he Wisconsin Agriculturist. It is folly to be elm lining breeds continually lu grading up <i  herd. No progress can bo ruiulo and  only an Incongruous mixture vnn result from such a practice, When yo������  bave started to grade up ro one breed  stick to tbnt and use tbe best you can  get In it to accomplish tbe grading up  process.  Clienllnsn a Safeguard.  Cleanliness about the cows, rtie stable, clothes of tbe milkers and nil  utouslls cannot be inn carefully looked  after, Milk la a product thnt Is con-;  ���������umed ruw. For this reason dirt becomes daiigoroiis. Dirt may not h������  pleasant to think of In a fond product  when cooked, but you do not feel ihtit  you are taking tbe same risk In regard  to braltb.  ���������and Per ���������adding.  Tbow who have used send for bedding  for cowa are pleased  with  It.  hand Is warm, easy to He upon nud  from sllpplm* when  rate, Mr. Isuncn, or rather Sir Uufus,  will bo able to rise at loss unusual  hours uud go to bod ns late ns he  likes, A well-known Canadian lawyer who often goes over lo Kuglnnd  to plead before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, nnd hns  been a guest of Mr. Isaac's, snys ho  never anw such ft splendidly modest  homo ns thnt of the great Knglish law.  yer, nor withnl, one so cony nnd comfortable,  Is fed to nearly all the cows end aome  foilowlng ,da,sso;^f''fimnWan1innlH"is ! *������un���������n w,,nn th* mmr,>a bP*la.U>  valued at from $25 to $(10 per head j ' **  per yenr.  The valuations given nre ns  follows: For cows, $20; horses, $27; i  sheep, $20; calves, $24; pigs, $(10.   This <  valuation takes Into consideration only ;  the actual amounts of nitrogen, phon- |  phorns nnd polnsslnm contained In the j  manuro from these animals, valued In .  accordance with tho present prices of  these constituents In tho form of com- j  mcrclnl manures or fertlllzerx.   It does '  not tuke Into consideration the value i  of the manure ns a human builder due  to its Inrge organic  matter content, |  From this it should be plain to any I  one tliut the economical handling of j  farm manure Is one qf Ihe very lm-1  purtiiiit factors In maintaining the fer- '  tlllty of our soils. .  ���������tsrtlno a Balky Hers*.  There Is most always one bora* In  every lot (but refnstts to tmdfl** when  time la called. A tKirsetnan who boa  had experlcnci' xiiys. "W*������ Uavs ������*������*i  ������ bad last rtm<ii*4������r*<d by the driver  getting not of the srnirwi and potting  lis* stnfmal on the bead for ��������� ml-rata.  Then lie ptfk<Nt up a stent, lifted ap  en* of tbe animal's front f<*t fm������  the e-mtrad and trare enrh nail ��������� lis,? ,  Up ������i*l ��������� Susan tap ������������������������ ills* tr������*g. Thet  ne stat-ped tn* feat ttnlekiy. Inaxpaf  Into the warm* and mid ihe none 14  ty*. jtrsl ne ���������!��������������������� **  titbl* trookins' a short olny pipe nnd  .������vntiun despatches. He wore riding  '���������ool*, khaki breeches, and a grey Hansel shirt  "I w������nt back to the horse gunn#r  ft-nd accused him of jtcting, as 1 felt  *Ure that ">e >*>nn 1 had seen could  muI i������e jjiia MU-rmnct, He s*i>re Ibat  >l was, however, and I went back to  Jhe tt-nt nnd walked in. When the , ,,���������,,������<.. tiiiwrruiosii  ���������nil man looked up from his writing     '     n J ������?i7 K  snid. ���������f.ord KitcUer. f presume** '**' "'*��������� "*' ,hn'  Me retailed tersely. -Vw. who ������*������'������&*��������� ������������w (for revere  J'ouF' l gnswsred: 'I am Captain Fit*.!    "'     " "  ������������������ones t������f the Canadian militia.' He  Hid. Well, li't out ol hr*������,' nnd I  ������������������'lune away."  Intuit te Children.  Tb**y haven't come to such straits  tH in ^tistraHa. T������w> MiniMer lor  Public ln.irw.'llon in N.S.W., com-  ntentlnri on the Labor Conference'*  Pva*������o������il that fssor M-hou) thiMmi  *hoiilil M f>**I bv lb** **������'������������������ ������**���������** *M*  ������������icb s policy wonld be a stigma on  ���������h* children, and is repugnant to  'Very tjfjhMhliiking parent in. tbe  ���������'tinny.  Uliiurlicjjj   i../   }^uJ4\   rASlI)   ������(������ti������ci'iil  in ribd out. a snpclor dlthsir of dropping* and Is an ei 'client substance to  apply to cold latnU |  TubersulstU In Calves.  Throntfti th������������ use  if i wiw ������-i������������i * ������������������.*  bervnloiis   udder  I'   was  found  tbnt  eeives taking milk from such <h><m  ontract tuberrulosls with great rspld*  took the milk of  several months was Affected wllh generalised tuberculosis nt  the ag* ������f Hv������> months, awl four ������*������lve*).  of which Hirer sucked tbe milk from  the rviw's udder r**������*iectivel** om������. three  and HftMi days and otic which was fed  the milk from n psll thirty days, also  rnntra'-tnt uihervnWstls.  Te ���������>revtRt Milk Fsvsr,  fVw* that are tn calve tn winter or  c**1,? sfttlv** ������*������(������nJd bsvr ahrnii all  **nn*ts ftf ���������*������������������*># v������������f*>feh'# fivrrv dsf  fur two weeks Ufore calvinr if thb)  wtitwe la ���������wrsued there wfll Ite no  milk fevsr ������t anv ������f the ntn#r ���������May  IflMtswt lacMevi to lalvlng tlas*.  The "Biscuit Bsron.t,"  Popularly known as the "Fliscult!  Baronet," onu of the most entornris.  ing and generous business men of our  time has passed away iu ihe person  of Sir Wnller Pnlmor, who died recently.   The third son of one of tho  founders   of   Messrs,   Huntley   nnd  Palmers,   the   famous  biscuit-maker*  of Heading, Sir Walter wn* l-sloved  by nil who knew him.   He was pns- ���������  sensed of vast wealth, and was a phy. I  sical scientist of considerable repute. ;  For many year* he was chairman of  the council ol Rending University College nnd n mcmlier of thu Bennto of  London University.   Besides ������bchig n  director of tin- famous biscuit firm, i  "Mini   hum    ,-inplij.x   0,(A������I   MlllUn,   Mr  Wnlter    d.-vf,t(."l    ������t(*������I    tiMctiViMi    I  ngnctiltiinil subjects, nnd is the anth-  or of n Iwiok on "Poultry Farming," ;  which hu*  I**n-ii  t*an*1nU-d  into #������v-  ernl Kuropenn Innpunges.  "Silrnt Frsnrh "  Lord Kil'h(*ii������*r nnd <ieti. French  have this much in common-������������������thnt they  are both models oi taciturnity. I'������r-  Imps the latter'x character mny best  l*e suggt'si������������d by (lit! remark of a  "Tommy" whom he had sentenced,  with con������ummni������ brevity, to fourteen  days" "c.li" "Old French." nuoth  111111111}', "don t bark a bit, i������ut. crikey, don't '<��������� bloomin' will Idt*''"  <b't,. rii'icli U'gMM Uie hi Ho- navy  ut Ihe age ������t Uiunt-flt, which p������rh������|>s  sreoiinls bir tb<������ fact thst he was pre-  eminently Ui������- "bandy msn" of the  !*outh African campsiun. Oen.  French's rt*** ha* been ������ cpwdy on*.  H* was ln.ni fiftj-*iglit j*.������r* -sgo.  wss s captain at eiirMocri. i-wl a  ni������)������i  ui Istftity-nn**  Qutbst's Weed V4*������\\>>  Qu*-li*-(''������ lur^st lands (^>v������t an area)  d oyer ��������� butidrasl mdlion acres.  A Homsmstfs Mouss Trap,  If you have got no cat nnd find (he  mice In your house getting altogether  too bold for comfort, or If you would  like lo keep some mice for pets, wo cnu  tell you how to muko a trap in which  to catch them.  Over the top of nn enrthenwnre Jar  fusion n piece of writing pnper, lightly  binding It wllh n siring or elastic  Imnd. In tho center, of the paper cut  n cross, as shown In tho Illustration.  Set tint Jar in the closet and suspend  dry up.  The slnflon le In Hue with many dairy farmers when It concludes that  cows which freshen In the fall and  early winter ure more profitable tlnin  those which freshen earlier or later.  Another tendency is to feed wider itf-  tlons���������(Inn Is. to feed n Inrgor proportion of foods cuntrilulrig stnreli aud  fat, This ohnnse si-etim to be In lino  with much recent experiment station  work and Is a ..measure of practical  economy, hs-i-susi* moat of the staple  fodder crops of the farm favor a  wide ration. The Wisconsin station  hus not put results Into shipc along  this llm������, Dm asserts thnt feeding experiments show thst rations made up  mainly of furm grown feeds will,  when fed to the right kind of cows,  produce large, prutitshle yields.  Feet Lsmsnssi In Horiss,  A. R Alexander, V. 8.. explodes the  old tden tbnt a horse ran become  "chest foundered " lie says that sueb  cases are thnsc suffering from chronic  founder tlamliilttsi, wulcti affects tbe  feel and not the chest in old standing cases of fool lameness ihe chest  muscles may wnste away In sympathy,  and that fact bus led to the "chest  founder" Idea, Huc|j a ttorae should  be shod with wide webbed, flat bsr  shoe*, put on over a dressing of tar  and oakum and a thick leather ante,  Then clip off the tislr sod blister Hi*  hoof heads (corouetsi of rore feet with  a mlitnre of one drsm of blnlodld* of  mercury nnd two ounces of cerate of  rsnihtrldes robber) In for fifteen mtn  ales Wash blister off In forty-eight  hours ilinn swnlv l������eil linOj i������k������.������.  every ttires* or four weeks.  as (loop as a car.  Esirs Milking Unaesfitalite.  Rt|M>rliiM>n'i   - ..le  r*+*ntfj   ttf  the  Vermont et|*<*rlmeiit ststloii show that  when milked thr������������* times s day each  i un   i>-n-i.  it ,,....      .    ���������   >..;.'^  Iii Hif KKirning. n������ss of tt>* ru-best milk  ai Diem and lh#> ������i*a������t ������f n medium  nnsllty st night, Tbe fnf ^mtent only  tlii'tiistnl tbe severs! ������<iil<t������ not fnt  remaining unaltered The iriiils seemed  by n string n plixe of toasted cheese   to Indicate  tbst  as a regular  farm  over the renter of 11>������* Jar.   If there  SVC 811.*,  Illlrt' In lll������* mi is* I Hie tmlt Will  attract them, l������ut ju*������ ns s<sin as the*  flrtt iiiuust' ii'.n l,i������ ii.** ���������������t-mt-r ������t the  1 wiper be will drop into tin* jar and tbe  pn*N>r will fly Inn t; lut<> plsce again,  ready for ihe nen <nimr. A trap arranged in the same lu.iuuer tan be  uwsl for lli<* cajnnn* nf field and harvest mk-e, wiih b make (������)d and smu������-  litsi isvts.  A barrel covered Willi stiff trfnwn  p������l*r ran be used 1������r common mt������  tint fbey Will gwew c������it ������nle*s* the  Urrel Isr awrily Blied with water.       i  prrniW there t������ not enoueti to l<*������  lial'icd from an ������slrs milking lo re-  par lis cost A������ s lemporsrv mnms  ������f lm r-*s������)ng tbe Onw It may prove of  Diet Fs* Htreee.  Ir repl* t������������ ihe .tite*il.,*������ ���������*M11 dirt  nnn rwin**' I no������tf*t> thai mine ������tf  <onsNlemtite nf ti now and tften." *  t>re������*lef ��������������������������� ��������� r*r������ it ������s sdrt������able to  ilb.w the h#ese t-������ est an the dirt be  wants    In Net, |t |s a f"������wt Ides ���������<��������� <������  ���������S'l..*>sll* ifcrflw g chunk ������f t*jrf tuto  m fnesl bstgu" THE NBWS, CUMBEBL4^D, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  fl  are eow established in our new premises and  invite your inspection of our sipck, We have  just opened out a new line of  DRESSBR8 anci STANDS tf/C *A frir PER  Raiiijtnx in Price From    ���������/VJ IU $10 SET  Out' stock is now LARGER and BETTER ASSORTMENT IN ALL LINES than ever before,  The Furniture Store  A-McKOTNON  McPhee Block. Cumberland, B. 0,  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverage  It is to bo hoped that the differences between tho mule drivers  and the Canadian Collieries Company, will be speedily arid satie-  fnztorily settled, Cumberland has  not forgotten the last strike, some  seven years ago, from which it  has not yet fully recovered. It is  very much to bo regretted that  trouble should arise so soon after  the new company has taken charge.  Two days work has been lost already, which means the loss of  thousands of dollars to both mon  and company, brought about we  venture to say by a few agitators  as formejly who have not five  cents worth of interests in the  community, and who can pack  their collar box ami get out any  minute. We had hoped that  "UiHSlJeTlMdnraii^iHhe-ev-e-.oLiiu.  creased prosperity, The company  were abeut to bo approached by  onr merohuute and the city council  inking their aid in the development of our c;ty, which we have  no doubt they would have seen  their way clour to <-lo, but as it is  now, who can expect them to  ma-ke any definite promises, with  labor trotiblos staving them in the j  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  FOR SALE���������Six ringed kitchen range,   in  good  condition.  Apply this office.  The  Palest  and Best  See C. C. Segrave if yon want,  a Piano, Organ, Sewing Machine,  agent for ail sorts of musical instruments. Cumberland, B. C,  Mrs. Charles Grant   will leave  on Wednesday for Victoria.  Mr, W. E, Morse, representing  E. W. Barrett &Co., brokers and  real estate dealers, of Vancouver,  is in town iu the interests of that  firm,   Mra. N. MuFaddo'n left by Sun,  day  i/'s boat for Vancouver,"   *������   Constable George Cussidy. of  Ladyfiinith, arrived last week, to  take tlic* place of Constable Steven  ���������ion during his absence.  oo the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland,  The Bathing Beach.  (By T. J. Barron.)  .. A dip in the crystal pes, ha, ha I���������  A plunge in the hsaviqg briao,���������  Refreshes and enlivens more  Thane dozen cups of wine.  Sei yonder stalwart swimmer, how  He dives into the sea,  Glides through the cooling flood bejpw  Then strikes out, bold and free.  And yonder timid msiden, how,  With ciutous step and alow,  And many a little scream, she tries  Oat deeper still to go.  The group* of rnorry dliildren, bow  They splash snd stream and play !  A big ropgh wave comes rolling Up  And throws tbem every way.  But up tbey jump, undauntod.lauflhJDg,  Soreamiug as before���������  Their Brave oyed mothers watahiogfroin  Thtir seats upon the shore.  I lore the mighty forest, waring,  Sjjjhing in the breeze;  I lovo the woodland uinslo of  The sopgitars in tho trees.  But tuero's something in the ooaan, as  Jts surges final*, and roil,  That uplifts my droopiuir spirits and  Puts com Hgo ia my soul.  When tho summer beat o'erpowers me,  apd  I feel my heart repine;  No frothing cup shall brace mo up,  But a dip in the sparkling briue.  Courtenay, Joly 18th, 1910.  ������*-6������������������@������sxs>^^ msm^m^^������m������&sim^  IBERLAND  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from $20 to ������35    AH Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  |A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  !  t  You caivnow obt������:- *Sa Cutatar  land News for tor $1.00 a year.-.  LaLS2_8fHd_U to yon.     Payable in  Health Officer's Report.  Hi-Bhh Report  of the City of Cumber-  laud for Half Year ending June  30th,  1910.  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  buying 4,000 acres of B. C. fruit laud, $50.00 cash  required and large profits assured, Send for prospectus and full particulars to the  |Kootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,!  ? 335 HOMER STREET, *|  | VANCOUVER, B. C.   t  % ������������������  advance.  -������*>-  Old papers for sale at the News  Oflice,  General Manager Coulson and  Managing Director McKae arrived this week by auto.  face,    We feel assured  that   the     Tho new post office fixtures that  aro beintr installed are very hand-  ���������soino and up to dato in every particular, and besides being oi'ii.v  metitai they will be very convenient.  councils of the older and wiser  beads will prevail, und that conditions will soon bo normal.  Wo are informed that Gonoral  Manager Goulaon agreed  to give  the drivers the   increase  of  pay.    The followi     is      tcd frum  asked for, but was not prepared to ^ ^ ^ ^M ^  grant the request,   that, the ^ys, ^^ wt  lw, mimn rni>ii>u u'Cimta lr,    ,       , * , ������    .      .  of the interesting: Interior papers  "that Prince Rtipcit or Chilli-  wack send au exhibit of '���������blind  jiigri" to the Dry '''arming Fair  at Spokane this I'nll. These  creiitnruj flourish in the "dry"  districts, and Prince Rupert or  Chiiliwitck should be able to  make au interesting aud instruc  live display."   ���������������   he given men's wages, l  We are pleased to lunrn, that  since tho above was wriu-jn, th������  men have decided to return to  work,  Locals.  FOUND���������-One   large wooden  tank, about half n mile nif Shelter  Point, on June  Ut.   Owner c������ii  have sumo by paying, ������.vpu(itsOH.  Alex. Salmond, Comox, li. C.  ���������M(������StSS>St*������SSMSHSVS]^** *S>*������>1S****������* SSSSSSSf  LOST���������OnSunday l������Ht, 11 nick'  el crb������ open fact' wntub, with iu).  vor chain and iiruito wiignived mi  outsi'lo wwiol'   I'iii'li'r will   ph'tw  return to this olhVo or to A, klri'd-  uoit, Ve'idoino Jlo'.nl.  Mr, J-n-'epli Si) iw ni'iniii'i ������������������ nf  lln������ Company's f.utn hn-s wiioivn 11-  riomo fine stillki of wln-ai Hbout  flivo f'irtt high, mm ������> ed liiivlm:  gr.nvn llfty Hutllc-; mi' Mr, r-lmw  l������* an iit'i'ii'iikiii i!i-i,   ai.'d   il!   lie  Wstf ill the N'M't'iiV '-t U'uliid Jiitli'c  Jut fnr'ntic  The   f.nuiiij.?    nl    ,1   ei;u :���������  !  ",.;"     "   ;''   - "Ml.*., ii     ���������,������- !  no don-'* it ;c- /������   ������v iirdi   !���������' ���������������.  lift r>V(*ryS(,i|,  j,,,,.|..,,, j   ���������n,j   ,(,  fcMiiiutliii'.t'foi' tin- I11.V11 imside t.dl-'  A, li������e������iii������u f'T Mi.'   |> irjs -i-.*  nl  To tho Mayor and Council of tho City of  Cumberland,'  Sirs:���������The henlth of the city for tho  h-df >o������r juBt cl'iaed, haa been far fiona  Butisf.ictoj-y, Contngeous uiid iatectious  diBeatds reported aie:���������  L-igiippe.. ..Epidemic  ~~   ClTHNeTTPcrrrrrrTrrrTrrrra-������������������������������������  Mfiailes Epldomio  Tubeicul'sis ...2  Scarlet Fever........; 11  An execdin^y severe type of lagrippe  prevniled dini������K the winter month'. 1 s  debilitatiug efl-n-ts Were very u.arkod ni^d  a number uf uusesVtire followed iivmodi-  a'.dy by ptieumcnia���������though iu no aase  wjthn f itnI result.  The two ctines of chicken [.os wero ex-  ceriinKly mild. Measles were epidemic  in Pe'iru'iry and March uud most af the  children, fat rendered imDinnn by a p>e-  nous attack, bswune easy viutims, Boil)  onses of Tuh/rciiiofis of lunga improved  ondsr npueinl troatiiient iu ihe Kimloups |  di.tci<',t.  A oano of seai let fever appeared in Fiib  ruury, nnd since tlieu we Imve hud eltveu  easi-B,'six i-f whioli oecurroil in June, it  is a miUl form, aud ttuia far ull ensi b are  doiog wolj,  Ajiuiii,   1   would oadl}our attent-nn  to  the requirementfl of onr its dniioa honpit-  | si its uuutiiincd ia aiy last report.  Tbediiiies supplying milk tn tbo ciy  dav* )'i>oi) ('"fininwl >-tul found in sutis-  ������VWVW������*y^ArVM>^lAAr>^^  K. AIDA  1  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS QflflDH TO   O^DBi^ fifiD  IN flfiY STYLtE YOO CU1SH.  PE^ECTTIT G1  Twenty-One Years Pastor  X/adysmith���������On Monday evening the Methodist parsonage was  filled to its capacity when the  many friends of the Rev- R-  Wilkinson met to congratulate  him 011 his 2t������t aunivsvsary as a  preacher. He preached his fir������st  sermon in Canada on .Inly 17th,  1889, in the same building a������  they now worship in at the present time,  The evening was spent in  singing, recitations nnd piano  and violin solos, which were  greatly appreciated bv nil About  iV-JO all adjourned to the ctnuch. j|'������t������������y������"������'l>t'o������-   A������x*m*.H.iie,l i.y men.  b-u". ot yoiu i|������iiith uiiiimutUt* I made  uo  CUMBERL.AN D, -       - B. C.  ���������*v>ww*vvw-v*^^ vlvvvv^A*V������Vwv������A^^*vv^  ^''.llllllllllilllllllUIII'ilKiailllKIIIHllllllUIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIllllitll^  I Oajiital $5,000,000. lUssrve $8,700,000  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER THE WtiRLD.  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  CrUMBERLAMD, Si. 0,, Branch, Open Daily.  t OUKTJSNAY, B. 0 , Sub-Braneh, Open Tuesdays.  UNXON WHABP, B.C., Sub-Branch, Open l'hun-day0,  W,  **  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager  miiiiiiiiiiii  where a beauiii'ui baiH|iiet h..ul  been provided by Ihe ladies. The  bles*iug was snn# and utter ev  eryone had done justice to the  j good things which had been pro  vided, the toast was given by   a  member of the congregation,who  ACClUlCiSTS lN  il, (J. MINUS!had heaid Mr. Wiikin-uu puaoh  IN 11)00.  According lo import of the Min.  iattf of Minus, for the year 11)011,  the accidents in Brit tali C'dnmlita  collit-irieH during the \>ul year  wcru 57 fatal, 4" wi'loiii* nnd R'.j  (���������lij^lit, a total of IfjJJ nut cf liJ5l8  nu'ti ctujil'ivn'l. Of this lot,.I N11.  uuiiiio eoutril'tited 2 fatal, 7 .--** 1-1 ���������  uil-i ainl 17 i*li|;h!; L.'i'ci^i��������� !i !!>n  fitWl (explnsi'Mi rt*2, * -l m'l'iotih uti  his first sermon on Canadian soil.  He dwelt at some length on the  reverend gentleman's good qualities as a man and preacher, nnd  how he had been followed byihe  pastor in three different fields.  However, Ihe speaker had nothing to regret for that, and pointed out 'hat the beautiful  church  iuipeotiiiu cf tlm biiu'.i yards and alleys of  1 he town, We finmd that in hoiihi oswh  mi stti-mpt hid then boon iiia'e to remove  the wiiitur's no-mmutation of rubbi'di,  tt|.>u-jh v .rlml nutKo 10 ro.nove ssme hnd  Uien Kivflti a oouplu of uioiitiiH previoup,  \V������ thor������foro dooiiled to lwve wr.tteu no*  tioefi noiii, --tHtiiig that \i������\������n? tlm rciini'ed  clesiiiii)/ up wn ituiio withn ten (lays  ti'MU iluU c' ncUco it W'liildba or^arot  done by tho oity and ousted oitulnat pro.  pert)'. In lli'-i way only o^n wh b.i snr*  <i( ((st'.lnB rid at thu pl'es of rofuae width  durli't? tno riiimmor mmitlm in?rve as hot  beds (or tho breeding of g������rtns 1 under-  vtiu d your Counoil has nailer oonlsmpls-  tii'ii a Hdii-me whorohy thu oity will 1111  dertul.o to iuuiovo nl) liomioliold ������nrba^-  nt ������!iiirl refill irii,iorv������l���������������a plsn which  W.'iihi iiiiiiiilniio Kiti'tlly to tri cleanll-  itcs .spi'CHmi'Cs nnrt hoalUi nf our city.  Tl.n    novd   cf    new    ������ewer    driliuH  p. phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR;  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND  ID,  at Wellington would always lie a Hi  lily injimini* nnrji   urptent.   It  living   monumcuf   of   his good!"1 ������unittorfor rficrrt thst,tlio ������o������(������i'si|f  dwtls, and that tlnough his  nn- ��������� l,v*luw rw������M> HuU,niU*d ,0 ,,,n ',lti*"H,  ... , .,  . , 1 - tf slloa ���������(���������Harry.   Muali t> rnsalt must ho nt  Si biiglii, una l.u'uii ii Jain), 11 ni-'n-jiiriug tflcuts the btatitil'til sti-nc-1trit.iu<-d to<s mia������nilAt������tntidl<ftrof tiiooou  Tii" "'���������ovc ii'jj-itiin.'in the ({(ithic style was op- '(id'mis infuidlntf tho rep yment d tho  mi* an<\ !��������� niighi  iii'uts hIium* ii   lurt'c   iiiefijiise   ovct'  '.|.oi-(������ >if fill I*,   when   iho  iitiinSier  ul* fif.f.iib'H'-  >,'.���������."i>  IS   fllt.lll,    Oil HU  .bill:; niii.;.';- -l''������'!.t. ���������- * * -l -i 1 n! I MO.  cued free ofdeht,  i'ii  n   i. u  loan ������'iil,ot k������ thu I1101 if,���������������,������( ruwinlt o  ( v������ .11 up-ix-U* 0   ������>���������****���������.������')   syt-t u������,    Wi.  Ouitp a coinpliiuent was i-iven|tM1Ht u,,^,���������,,���������nnotiio. opportunity wli  tn   Mrs WiU'itt-n 1 ns   nn  indent I be pivmi f.ir (ir. vxpreMsiou ot npiuum  \v.;iktr atv.1 n   <;r*.*;i*. den! of   Mr. ! *lll������ '"'* ,>.t>'''**������-������-   4"������''"'"'    *  ��������� ! ,  ,        ' , |l������rii������ to  notico  tho  loot tliut nomw-  i������ n .'.ii i/ii s fit*'���������.'������-������������������> v;as clue   to1      " .        .        ,    .,     . ,,  r< ., .   1 |������r 11,'Miu Mjistsuu ibv. ������omli ������*;���������'(������ oi I'.*"-  k.ap ,  li" 1 ju.r|      ()���������jr,, ft numlier of fl ietu'.s t rith Avjnus, from tlm nuidrnt*,. of Mr, P,  ���������"' "'   "i't"'        ������ ,1, .  ���������    .,,   ,<;,;   .    A���������   s-trwurl t������ il.������>  imiili sowjr-n   i*0'.ditinii  i \'i-    e ,-iiiimiiiv.  !'(������". il   (" 1 n i,*i 111 i 1      i     i . i i ���������        -r , ' tthiiji r,(������l������r"S   S   H.'l Kills lm'. In t������.������IiOrt lu  i.M, 5 tonipaii), iwr*\ *-'Ui.i������.uiin,olj| lne pasjoi atta Ins wife, and  '���������i;.;ri.ou Ariillvry, was tnmder.isal]i, ..j.'or   ut.ts ;v fr0jj  nl t'ljs niuiiiing at  THE  VERY BEST  Try a Bottl������ of this PolUh. It will  mako your Piano, Orson or Furniture LOOK LIKE NEW   ......  FOR SALE BY CHAS. SEGRAVE  -as  ���������"���������"������������������If!  taewnt Mm  Vic"  rit, Ati^'. 1,  ,ti������rduy tho IOth in**.  i,--i ''mi  \V.  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest in any sound proposition.   TIMBER  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS.  Make n clear sketch nnd write fully in your first letter  if you want a definite answer.  Western Canada Investment Company,  Sultr? 4K, Flack Block, Vancouver, B.C.  ������������������ssHsvsassisj gs���������ii 1111111 ir if  ts*sTs*sWs*sTsl Insts-HsWMl  E  2������  i  Garden, Field  and Flower  eeds  \fartin 1'ri'Wi;. .t tbe \\,%\u\  JJiltik, Inft bj' S -*..!:.;.% tcisi f..i  T,*'l*,fiijith, wli***- In* -v H ���������������*.' ���������  hi tii������i li*MU������*-.t l!u ��������� f.'. i ���������  nfii'T whlHi li������ will ������������������r.ii>#-,ij i������,  Vmieonv^r for fi.rtUr in ',i.i"������  tion?,     Un '.liji n>������������   n-.'llii tn ti.i  two fauiilii-s     It ������������������> unr"it.ut that K-mo  san^ "I'or   ui'.s a .lolly  Good, j p,.,vitiir������it Utumis������������. ori������;������ towi y nvrny  I lie   Work j |.>iiyw,'' and kuj}> nmy he Jive, ��������� ������.i.l* *������*������v������tr������K������* tin pi rmm-t'iit dtviu- ������'u;������.  |\)i..i tKiiwkshyxHitiKTTIii.Hi.'My. Wi'lkius>u iqjlk'd in a fcvv'*,*!1*"i,I        , ���������     .   .,   .  ������������������   .,     /v,   -'*.,,���������,.,...   ���������i : i iu������np(**.tfn ly siibnnU'd,  t k;  inn. tl.ro ������������h i.u-1 .....uftoni ^ ftnd afu.f   o. x block, while ���������'.tpt.Iilii*,:ou j**v������!*:c i:vi'innj* the-.innjuii) c.r !     \\>s* f.. .Mi-������m-iu.-h ������n.l   .*( ������������������.���������-. . ,  ,!i the *c' of i-n.-Mng tbr bit ,������arted at 11 p. in.                      j W. M<l������.ld������'ii Wfio piitwci>������,t>r* in | j *v,<w crf,., ���������I(W ������rrivin{r ftom our gmmm in VlttgUi>(l,������riwvb  t.,������*vird.    Tii*  h!k r   1 i-������  futd -*- :,Sttndii)''*i odt<;������'iii^ fctfimiM.             j Hcliuiid. CAtindri ami the Unllrd Suit.'.     All UttfJ ������������������ <������> ���������fUnl*  .-' .������������:i������i aiitt- vi 5<-o it's u limn .1     A l*iri*e ittunher ot pewtjjers                -*������������������������-                1 j,y ���������,������������������ .,���������tity on ������rriv.il.   'tH b'*������t i* ir^d e *>������iirh hr our itn������-  ..,.,.���������������,,.  srfviii" ltd , liii.nt   ten .irnvtd i������y Tncsiai'* b.ut,         ;    Mi. H. C. < >H"d "i* ���������!*'<,4'i*������H , i j,,,,,,.,..   raiaioiriiffw,   B������-*it������*'������*> **������M !.��������� conimus^ ������������ ������t������r old  iinnti*   *htt t.is.c i������\:,, ,.,  ;,,jd                  0    ,                .of V.m<'.tiv.T.fn* .*���������*������������������*���������*   liy   Unit* . I ..ii,.,.-, ottiti .\U>.   .Uui tl J.' ii f-*'! f*i*f'*������, *������''������������*������������  will ls������ m*  I'k*.   h< *pi-.al  jitH  in   'Iv* \u,f  iMlui*-   fu f. HJctno'i ar- ������������������tM'itii* r*-!ativt*4  M  ,tt V������tK*������tivpi sun S'.nMimo,       s  ���������> i  woiif** J* ������r.       Adr'ftwf  r Hi'in������*ri!Mu,  M. J. KEKRY.3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  '***������������.������-


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