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 /  1f  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox DUtrlct.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B.C., TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1910  SUBSCRII'T"'.!'.  At "The "BIG STORE  CONSIGNMENT  '��������� ..      . to  JUST ARRIVED  Qf New, Ready-to-  '    Wear Up-to-Date  HATS  FOR MISSES and LADIES  NOW on DISPLAY,  Prices Ranging from  $1.50 to $500  ***-������**yV������*������*i-V^*������������*������  We would ais draw your special attention  to the following lines and which arc extra  Jin e_v_al ue;���������N e_wi S i 1 k_an d-W.ool en ���������D r ess  Goods. Cream Lustres, Perrin's Kid  Gloves, Whitewear, Men's Spring and  Summer Clothing Men's New Hats in all  the latest colors and shapes. A strong  and servicable line of boys' school shoes,  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd,  J. McPHEE & SONS  RETIRING  SALE,  PEOFIT WHILE YOU MAY  Selling goods without profit',   in    fact  absolutely re  [v   gardless of cost! as McPhie's are   now doing cannot long continue.    Don't miss vour opportunity to  profit by this great closing out sale  J. McPhee & Sons,  ,re;  ^TJiPfe  ttoki  sa  aar  ^v-s  V.*! mi.  I We have taken the second floor and intend carrying a full line of  |;; FURNITURE,    LINOLEUMS  etc., on   this floor.  with ;; full   line  of  STOVES & SHELF  HARDWARE  on   the ground floor we will be able   to  . supply all- your, requirements."  ���������AT THE-  ������������������*������������������  ������****.  ATE  ������  BjgjflS^B ftgpiffl*E IBsUMBM ilEgffS^^  -^ffl^W*'*-*-*^-*-*-*--'^  *   MAROCCH! BROo  ^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Hrewmg Company'*; HKKR nnd  PORTER.      Wholesale Dt-Hlers in all Kinds of  Wines nud Liquor*,  SECOND    STREET  Death Takes  er   Old   Timer  From Our Midst  The grim reaper, has removed  from . oiir midst another of the  few remaining pioneers in the  person of Samuel F, Crawlord,  who, formany years'bns held Uie  distinction of being the oldest  resident of the .District, Of  Scotch descent, his parents having emigrated from the family  seat, Kilbumic in 1725 to Nova  Scotia where lie was born a year  later, Ik-ing one of a large family he early had to rely on his  own resources. He has told that  thn first, pair of shoes he ever  wore he earned picking potatoes  when he was ten years old. Hy  studying at night, he propimd  himself for the grammer school  at Truro, where he graduated,  Choosing teaching for a profession he taii|������ht for several years  'in the public schools of hi** unlive province. Jn 1S54 he mat  lied Miss K; 1). Stilhuan of Amherst, and taking up a piece of  land in New l-ruuswick, eontiii-  niay Ida  his 1 ion 1  the fall of 186,*, his  house  took  lire in the night, the barn lul;ii>g  lire also;   he lost everything   In  , ....   1.,^      .  ... ,    .     ...  'lu- li^i.:':; -f thi-  lA:"\\li-   v.Ui ,  lei he decided  tn seek   a   niorej  genial clinmtocoininti to the Pa*;  cine Coast in Mi*** spring by way!  ,- . ,    .   , * '  ,,i   111;    ), Minn,.   , n   I .tit.tlil.i   lie  11,1   ,  laiued a slate c'lM-iificiite in Cali-i  forum ami taught lor lour years J  in Motiievey Ciwuiy. Heiu;*  .tiuUoiii. trftitiirt- a home and set-  !ii������ the uncertainly ol titles t������*  I ;ii'I in (\'*lif.>iiii.'< hf* tlvtertniu'*!  in ayaui make his home un-lt*  ,|f? Mriiisa ling. Landing at Vie  oria 111 the lull o! iH;o torn i!,t  ,11 f.i'w! Pacific,   lit- wa** luld   *���������:  In- U-uik' html 111 tin* Dim net "i  i'oitiox  then being opened  \\\,  tuttw***.-'*^, -js������  THE CORNER ST  ���������u  Ui\  TO   EVERY   MAN   THAT     V.'iSARS  1 ���������CLOTHES'���������both young uud olti   ....  Just drop in and inspect our ripung f-Uock  before buying elsewhere. We :*>-.'.������������������? the very  finest and latest styl-as iu the wj.ld to-day.  WE'LEAD BEYOND A DOUHT and oar  PRICES ARE RIGHTconsidering the High  Grade Clothing we handle.  SO, GIVE US A CALL, IT WILL BE A  PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU OUR  STOCK.  J.N. McLEOD  Dnnsmnir Avenue,  CUMttEilLAND.B.C.  iSs-HaRra^  TWENTY-THREE JEWELLED  Jtoiayj  HAMLTONS.  ~���������on Monthly Payments-  mm $c  Next Door to the Royal Bank, Cumberland  '.'.;' TELEGRAPHIC.  Vancouver, li C,-'April" 1.2.���������  Piftv-eiuhr miles of construction  work north oa Francih Creek, e.ifjt  coast of Vancouver Island, v,ill be  begun by. the Es'qoimalt *& Nanaimo Railway Com puny just, ns poon  us  the' right of wny   shall   have!.  been cleared. Arranj'tmientH tor  Hi1*''initial work nro now being  mn do..   Tii.iH'e*cu>n<*i'������n w 11 hero  arriving here shortly afterwards  with his family. After Confederation he received a first-class  13. C. Certificate and the Government having erected the school  ���������house,' now occupied by Mr,  Kirhy, he taught for many years  what was then tho, only |nihlie  school north of Nunaiino.'' Many  of those now resident in- the District in' middle life received their  education Irom him. Emm child  hood a sincere Christian he was  instrumental iu starting- the  Presbyterian Church in the, Dis-  trict, donating the ground ou  which the church at Sa'ndwiek  now stands ami otherwise assisting in its upbuilding. He was  always ready to advocate the  ea'.'se <*f Christianity and Temperance,  His remains were tenderly  borne by six of his ������������������o-workers  from   his iate residence to   the  churcli he loved so well, where al Vietorii*. ll. 0, April 12 -Ciipt,  special and eloquent K-rviee was, Robert (-arm" Tallow, for m yon re  held bv the Rev. T. M-'n/Jes, and Minfomr of Kli.nnon anu A^ri.ml-  tl.eucc'to his last restiu������ place iu |������"ruii. tho ������������������"Vimim-fil of the Hon  pi'tttl. I ft *r lmv'1 z I"in unconcit'ti*  since bX) o'clock Kriftsy atU't Io ,  when hu witt thrown froirt hia ir���������|.  near the comer Vniicouvur ami M**  Gluro streets. He war, in his f'n /  fifth your. Cii],liiiri Tailmv Iphvp-  both pnreiits who rii->ii!o near Dublin, Iit'lbnd,  London, April 12.-l!Ji������ht tboM-  und oini;jrautH hailed   for Canada  lllBt WUtilt.  ilie main line -if the railway   and  w'i������n   ooinpleted   thu roo*1 will \w  within  llfictii niiliif'i  of  Cunrpbull jOAMl'JiKLLiUVKIt  River at tho soulliorn end   of   Dis-' -hOOKlVXi I'I'  envrry |mf*'inj<e opponiteCiipoMu'ii'o j -���������  Announrnmon*. to this t-ffcot, wi*s; \Vo have hoard mat tli'i������yr if t  made'liiu niomhit* Ivy H. .Marpolf.; likelyjiood of a tntjri-t hotel, 1 ������������������'-  Vice Pro idont of tho 10, 6: N. liuil-lcidos n gouornl stnn������, Imidi, pieced  way, who, lust nii*ht niUirncdfroii!, ut CnwpbHll Jiivor, in the no*r io ���������  h *onr of infipwii.'i) of iho Island 1 turn, Thnro w-ein-* fo her* *.;*t.t  n,aihvny, The .listnncti fromFrentdi (deal oiintarest diri-hiycd in repini  (Irin-k io Uninn liny if about thirty : to thi* pliice, iiodouht, actuat'il hy  eishl iiiil*'B, nud fi'.'ta t!mt point to tbu f ict thnt f.ipilnliHtB ,-*re fhuw-  Oysiiti' I liver, to which point thi*, h\^ active iniorcHt in and arr* o| en-  riyht ui nay will hn chtutl, is ������p- im* up tho iiuu und coal dupo-Ut*  I'l'oximately ttvo,i|y iiiih'H,  and fiftldu nnd other natural weahh  which Cniiipltill Hivor abrinntlH in,  W������ *iro Irifoi'inod that the <iov  arnniont is now con������trnctin|j u mud  from Ofimpboll Iii*or in (.|uii)������iini  and Camp' fill I mum.   Apa't {fon*  tht* iiivoutnnnit viow, t Is it* pLi-i* lum  the eemeteiy nearby, an imprt-s-1 Hiuhnrd Mulbidu ..nd u nuiii ulmjao rivnl in tbol'roviav in. 11 Mini*  '       " .,.....,.        mcr u||(| j)j0|4,nro u.M,rt(  w  |,c,  count of the '.'xc'tilk'.l e)io*.*ti*>*-*,  flihing, Uialiu1' and hiilhiut; (,u:i) ���������  itioti.  sivc ending 'of a long life spent, j1"0"'- ������������������������������������������l������y ���������'��������������������������������� ��������������� ���������!'������ ^[v,u  reaching and iinprov.no jUl.miuj, in the fouisteps  of .he '(' "'" " ������������.,������-|.f lirnbh (^unbU.  ,    , . .   ' ,   I r<,.,..,, ���������\\���������,lu���������, p.ipt-cd itwav ut   lfi;Woclock  >������������������������*<  iciu In*.spare tnue,      m, <���������"������ il',Uui* |((. Jriv ������������������������������!..������ n Uw.luWlno 11-...  tt.  ja-aMMmat-r-s*^^  ' iNew Arrivals ...  Ixidies' Blouses. Dross Goods. Silks, Menst  Ties, Shirts, Boots, etc     .    \  A liiri������i'iUhjiIh" of I, il(.*'TftilnriMtlU(,iiit("., IM,i ,j,|,,,. I |     y,,,,,',, s,|l Your ii,.|LnilTi***)fii V,.i,>- 7.->(:     ij  fMtits  at 44 00 to $3 00 j     \l������������'* IV ,* ,-i',|*. Tl.  .    ���������<*,..,    l\  AufilhtniliijMiiitil uf Di'oa.t, nn ,H h   ill tlm |.<ij���������.,*i HiatJi'., j      ������l������ ���������"'������ I*. i,|, S.'.li Si, 11* utjahll^  ti* I'tiu-y Kittn St ||������.-;i,. ������, v-it*, -ii*' ���������;   ;..,   s ..,-i. J tiy. ! '.**>, 1 *d ,t 1 '", \  "KOilKKS" v,t wet -wrvi.l-   ������������������ ><, <***Mif -1 ,r,,| j,,  ���������n ] \|,,'������i,'>   \\ ������������������������.���������., Ul  i��������� .,   , ,,         $!&, ^-.'f.nv-J,,'    '  tha i.rwr.1, w-.tifs OOo h ynrii \ Af,***u ��������� f<>- ���������������������������'.il.ieo" 3tj.,a tW rut.u ���������f.tt wti,. *i.  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  Campbell Bros,   ^^^*  m%tu 'J, ftinnBLr-TTtag 'u:r. tx~'\\ZT^XM^^-zazaxnm.'i ������utwmtTtaL3Et7\ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  M    .      .. ���������    , '"    I  I * His ���������*���������  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  .WW ml **TUIm: A Mcmo-it. MtM."  Oaeirlcki, ffltw. dv *ff���������tur������. PhOUvt&Oo.    _  ^a������a*-HBiManBaMHiai������a������ia.������aaaBit*������^  (Continued.)    (  CHAPTER IX.  IT was Sunday evening, "bean  ntglit" tn tue social circle or tiie  Morningstars. and Ollie, dressed  in ber best furbelows, was seated  In the frout room, whlcb was never  opened except on the Sabbath. Ollie  was awaiting the arrival of her "follower," She was looking very complacent as she rocked herself'lu tint  big, stuffed rockiug chair. Sbe hnd  been slower than most of the girts in  the neighborhood in attracting a  ���������suitor, innl now that a young man of  means who owned his own farm clear  had begun to wait upon her with significant regularity every Sunday night  ebe  wus feeling encouraged.  Eunice was seated near her at oneot  the windows, an open Bible ou her  lap.  She was not like Ollie. dressed in  ber Sunday clothes. Tbe truth was  Eunice did not have any Sunday  clothes. But the fresh gingham  kitchen gown of dark blue which sbe  ���������wore, with a bit of cheap lace around  her neck, threw out the fairness ot  her face and bair and did for her what  all Ollie's finery could not do for that  young woman's fat, round visage.  A'few feet away, in tbe open doorway leading out to tbe porch. I>r. Kinross sat smoking a pipe and readiug tt  Sunday paper. Dnllke Mr. Morniug-  star and Abe, he did not celebrate the  day of rest by sitting about iu u toilet  consisting of Sunday pants, a white  ���������shirt-without a collar and no vest or  coat   He~woW*his~oTeraJ)s-as-usualr���������-  His reading of his newspaper was  varied with speculations as to why  Eunice so industrially read tbe Bible.  Was Bhe devout? He bad always believed tbat be bad a constitutional dislike of devout people���������unless tbey  were Roman Catholics. In which case  they were rather picturesque. But  evangelical dcvoutness, even in tbe  illiterate, from whom one expected no  better, was generally nauseating. Or  iraa It tbe girl's mental huuger which  led ber to read the only book permitted on tbe Sabbath to nny one over  whom Mr. Morningstar bud any authority?  Ollle Morningstar was regarding  ���������with"pride the furnishings of tbe best  front room. Her parlor boasted of  some elegancies tbat no other purlor  Jn the township possessed, for besides  the Inevltnble plaster of purls cat  .ant* era-,y Jug (tbo latter consisting of  ������ large sized bottle covered with putty  nod stuccoed with various objects  such as buttons, beuns. pieces of glass,  and so forth, and tbo whole gilded  over to produce n wonderful effect!  there was the large, elegant colored  picture���������Swift & Co.'������ advertisement  et lard-portraylng two great, fat.  oral bogs leaulng drowsily ugulnst a  fence, with u lurid sunset In tbe background. Olllo thought It lovoly,  though of conrso not so beautiful as  "Rock of Ages" framed Jn red pltiub  and gilt, rvprpReutlng a young lady  In a nightgown banging to a cross,  the angry billows daubing ugalnst tlio  rocks on which she kneels nnd ber  long and remarkably abundant hair  slewing In ripples fur down bor back.  These things were among tbo compensation-, of Ollie's sordid lot  Presently h������r complacent oijtoctutlon  and the reading ot Kinross and Eunice  were interrupted by (Jeorglnnu nnd  Patsy, who strutted Into the parlor  aud mtatml ttioniKelven, Puliy on the  front doorstep noiir Peter ami Oeor-  gionn on tbo window sill besldo Kunlce. Ooorglaiiu curried over lier arm  the skirt nnd waist of a pretty white  gown. Sho und I'lnlny, having hold  counsel und reasoned that (he girl  Bunlco must feel her HhabblnofHi in  ������atitnuit with Ollie's gorgeonanoiis, bad  decided to offer Imr a few of their  own garment*, beginning with tbla  white drew- of Ooorglana's.  "It mny serve to develop the girl's  latent apathetic lenae to give hor witte  pretty clothe*,'' Georglana had aug-  tested. 'Tasteful clothing la often  really educative."  "Yes,"   Daisy  bud  gravely  agreed,  "and I can Imagine that Eunice might |  lank awfully fetching If sbo sported  Dp.   Hut,'' she Mtiueu ruu.t.-t .".. i.V.'.,,.  "/ ������.������j<<a������.H' Ah- fi-t'l;; there ("tt't ftm* !ft-  ducctiu'fit to i-port up nut here-wltb  rtirt a man about tbo (Mace thnt Isn't  aa wooty-excuw tno, (ieorgiHiia-trnt  tbat Kunlce Is too nlco looking lo cure  foe Alt**. Have you noticed how Httit'k  on ber he Is? hut* u \������- at. a ������\~������, ���������������������������������������,���������.-,������-.  to throw herself away-n* nice looking  ana she is-on a fellow as tight aero***  the cheat as be lf������~as any on., can wt*  be la! Pgb!" Daisy shook h������*r uliotil-  tiers with a shnttiler. "If I hml to  marry a man with a nature like th-it-  el<MM* ami iii*-������n, >������u \.\m-������ I'd j-*-r up  aome night and gently lay a wet towel  ������**.������*i lib* utmc ati't m������������th Thfn. vmi  know, he'd I* di.-jiij wit morning To  la* aim*." she went on. "there's |Vte-  ahe tnlgbt *|<ort up for itiiti but h>*V  such att Indifferent tltinc! flhv lilm  bt* meal*, and that's utt li<> wants lit*  dn-Hn'i hjnk at girl*. X<*t em*** .'if ;tir  ���������It** | ������i.j*������i,.������d i>������ c>ai'].."''"*'f tii I"''*  blm a littler  "You '.'iflri'ly tut*** ttty pol'if. f*tf*y  ttear.** (leArpluna had rHun.-il ������viu-  ly.   "My <ti>j������������i-t tn offerli.g r.m.'.ot- .<  pretty IS**** ft I- t" try t*������ n waken !u !t.r  a atutw of <'>** t--i*it!ful on a  iu*i n  higher plane than tbatyoo talk about."  Seated on the window sill beside the  object of her benevolent intentions.  Georglana led up tactfully to the matter of her gift  "Eunice." she began earnestly, ber  eyes ou the distant horizon which was  just beginning to deepen its evening  hues, "do you ever feel. In your nearness to nature here, how really we  ourselves are a part of all this wonderful beauty? It seems to uie that  this environment,'' sbe added, without waiting for Eunice to reply,  "ought to make ns sensitive to beauty  in every detail of life."  Kinross grinned behind his newspaper and settled himself to enjoy  the conversation. He was finding  Georgfana very diverting.  Eunice looked up from her book, bar  dark eyes dreamy and absent  "Sensitive to beauty even to the point  of feeling out of harmony with our  environment if we are not tastefully  dressed." Ueorgiana went on. "And  so." she ended gracefully, laying tbe  gown she held across Eunice's lap,  "1 want to give jou this pretty white  gown."  Eunice's eyes grew wide with a  questioning surprise. "You want.to  give It to me?" she asked wondering-  ly.   "But why?"  Kinross, from behind his newspaper,  found himself listening Intently to bear  what Eunice would say.  "Because I feel." Georglana smiled  encouragingly, "that even so -trifling  a thiug as our clothes can help us to  get Into right relations with life."  The .girl's puzzled gaze seemed trying to make it out But before'she  could reply Ollie leaned forward and.  eagerly examining the embroidery and  ruffles on tbe pretty dress lying across  Eunice's lap. asked with undisguised  covetousuess, "Did you wear it fur  nice or just for so?'  "Oh. 1 wore it for 'nice,'" Georglana  smiled.  "Eunice she never did think at the  does much like wbat 1 do." Ollie added insinuatingly.  "That is perhaps commendable to a  certain point" said Georglana gently.  "But one should give just enough attention to outward adornment to let  J^O^p,ress_s^uieJhiug^of the Inner life.  The refinement of our"IBough*ts~ahd"  feelings or the lack of It Is often symbolized by our dress. We. should cultivate our natural inclinations for external harmonies���������it Is not right to be  lndiffereut to tbem���������they are a legitimate part of life."  She had addressed herself to Eunice,  and the girl, still looking puzzled, answered uncertainly, "But when the  lack of harmony wltb one's environment is fundamental mere external  adjustment can't help things."  Georglana looked nouplused, Daisy,  fumbling tbe pages of a book she was  not rending, dropped her lower Up in  nstonlshnient. Dr. Kinross put down  his paper from before his face and  took bis-pipe from bJ������ mouth. Even  01l>'s face expressed surprise.  "We ueed not ever let our environment rule us." said Georglana, looking  as though sbe bud lost her bearings,  but milking an effort to recover her*  self.  "I am the master of my fate,  t am tho crtptatn of my soul.  ���������'And the great English poet Robert  Browning." Bhe continued instructively, "eullt-d environment 'tiiiiclilucry,/  just meant to give thy life Ita bent'  Emerson's whole gonial Is mini's spiritual mastery of clrcumstiitico. I am  aware thut most of us ure slaves to it  But we can rise to a pttino whore Instead of lotting It control us we control it Otherwise wo go through life  miming tbe true beauty, the perfect  harmony of tbe universe, I fool sure  that you can Uud tlittt httrmony If you  will keep your mind open to It For instance," she said, with n perfunctory  pluyfulncHS, "begin by putting un this  whlto gowu���������In which J feel you will  give those about you n genuine aesthetic pleaauro���������and even help to educate tbein to u flnu tmtlu iu the small  things of llfo."  "I supposo you mean to do mo a  kindness," Eunice answered, Iter eytn  downcast, "and so I tlmtik you. But It  would humiliate me to be a recipient  of charity. I llm) inure of the 'bur-  mony' which you seem to value so  highly In clothing myself only In these  clothes which I myself have earned  rathor than In-other people's things,  however beautiful they may he."  Who gathered un the whlto gown tu  she spoke and laM tt on Georgia iia's  lap.  Kinross saw tbat Georglana In hm  cbtigrlu at the gtri'i failure to appro-  tiiiiu her generous patronuge aimcwi  lost sight of the aatonUibliig language  she bud used.  "If that la tbe way you feel," aho an  swered. "very well. I beg your pardon  If I have offended. I did not moan to,  I l���������vc rntt'MT*,'"**'**fv1    t' ,.,,  She half turned her back with a  movement tbat closed tbe conversation.  Eunice's eyes fell to ber book again, and  for a time uo one spoke, thougti Oiliest  look of disgust at the loss of tbe prof- j  fered gown was louder than words.  RECORD RIDINGS.  ! SUPERSTITIONS ABOUT INSECTS  Britain's Constituencies   Have   Soma   Curious   Beliefs   Found   In   Various  Queer Anomalies.  Which is the hardest constituency  LADIES ON PLATFORM  1v-u8u,,u������,..u������uC.u.���������unv1u3. j    England?    Taking  the   whole   of  Kinross   replaced   his   pipe   iu   his \..      "*,   Is]es_  th*      ig  the  British  Isles, there is no doubt  Parts of the World.  It signifies good luck auu prosperity  If a uouso is uiiiabiieu. by crioaetis,  but, accorumg ui an oid vmwr, "������t>  BRITAIN   NOW   HAS   NUMEROUS'  EXCEPTIONAL ORATORS.  month and drew on It vigorously. This : that the "record" for difficulty of I j* a su.n ��������� ueatn l0 ^mi} m\hhl  girl. Eunice-the sort of language she i working is easily held by Orkney |U0Ui<, WJJere crjCii<>ls nuVe bouu tuauy |  used, the ideas she expressed-talklug -and' Shetland. This division consists years ii ou a suuueu U������:y iort,aKc we 1  about the want of harmony with her ��������� of  more   than  one   hundred  islands, I cniainey." j  environment being "fundamental:"        j and,  though a number   are not   in- j    ^ sjlujittr superstition  it  attached ,'  "Kor   un   unschooled   Pennsylvania J habited, the task   of canvassing tho . t0 tii{i auUueu h^^um ol oiicKtsw��������� !  Dutch girl of the backwoods"-but his   el^ctor?   wou1*?   stagf"1"   a   candidate   m a hoUjW ^ ^iu(;a wy imve'lweu )  reflection was checked by a whispered I wl"������ dl'* "f know *!'e area' .���������   Vnn  remark from Ilalsv at h'qRlrlf. Th������   hardest   constituency   in   Eng-  lemark from Dalsj at bis side. j ,    d  jg       D M    th    Cirencester Di-  ntagine that yard of pump water | vision 0f Gloucestersliira.   Fifty miles  Ollie,  in  one  of  C^orglana s gowns! j iong and twenty wid������, it is so sparsely-  populated   that  the   electors   average  Sbe looks as though she weighed 250  Fahrenheit!"  "Do you mean avoirdupois?"  "Now, Pete, you needn't be so  smart!" she retorted resentfully,  "What If I do mean avoirdupois* Oh.  dear," sbe sighed, "I never seem to be  cocksure of a fact 1 almost wish I  were clever Instead of pretty."  "Now. If you was Georgie," he remarked, "you'd be both; ain't?"  "Peter." Daisy gently reproved lilm.  "I wouldu't be shocked if you called  me Daisy. (Sweet name, isn't tt'/t But  to permit yourself the liberty of calling Miss Ellery 'Georgie'���������that's tbe  limit! So you'think." she added, "that  she's both clever and beautiful? And  she thinks you, Peter." she confided to  him. "have a latent fineness concealed  somewhere about you"���������  "A whatever?"  (To be Continued.)  UVtHiilill-C-U       tllilt      bill'*      ClU-UliUl O      ntviuhv    ' ��������� ���������  only about seven lo the square mile, J UtaU*'*^'  h< Un,ow^x oy Heavy r  and  to  reach them  all  involves  an'*ime a run ������' tMU lu(d ** m  Progress and Labor.  A new system of telegraphing half  tone photographs is said to be in successful operation between London and  Manchester, England.  In the nineteenth century twenty  feet a minute was regarded as a good  standard rate of cutting for a planing  machine. Today forty feet a minute  may be considered the standard.  A steam dredge made in Holland for  use at Nantes digs and carries off 500  cubic meters an hour. A swivel knife  weighing tons and driven by a 300  horsepower machine cuts out clay as  bard as iron, to be scooped up by the  bucketsrwbich-h<!ld-t.w.o_tons_eiichs_^_.  In 18-90 we stood at the bottom of  the list of the four great manufacturing nations���������namely, the Dulled Kingdom, France, Germany and the United States. Korty-uine years later we  stand at tbe head of the list, our manufactured product etpmling that of the  other great nations combined.  i������.''t tint Vnnw thst"��������� Khe broke off la.  coherently, unable to express bursett  lu her now and coafo-Md Impression uf  Un* turtn girl.  "Kiting ttgiilu!" exclaimed Daisy.  "1'lt'iino.   Dalsyr  protested  Oeorgl  ���������lild,  "Hut, Indeed, GMt-gta," pleaded Dal  sy, "I cuii't blame* Euoi<* for Iblaklng  It Inn t worth while to wear glad rag������  out here when oo ono wontd are hir  anyway."  "That Isn't the point at all." returned  '''���������"tyti'i't, limiting dlatrwwed.  "Are you givln' it backi*" Ollle hew  ,i.i,i ,f,,i,,j of Runic* InewdwI'MwIy.  '������>'ii v.ij.jt makes you art m itn.iom  Mt*t������!������*," kIm* aald. turning to ihorn  ���������iii.;. tt ���������Aou'd At nte���������lf y������o d<������.i't  w-itu it."  ��������� Vmi in-., too atoot and toa abort t>j  It* *.<,.:���������(.-jna arutt������*rr*������l a llt(k> ���������':-  ' .'-���������-'j     ���������,' hti't thnt l want ������������ get r���������i  ���������I tw ^,..mi.  | thought merely ��������������������� t-t  n���������ii--it;,' i;iitik-o,**  l.u, u ./.ifB iu������T" repcafctl  I'tiiti*.  ���������*������--*��������������� i������..-'.<���������*,!.  ��������� i: :i I w tbat I waa nilttaiea,*" ������b  . L-.st.i ti.i->uly.  Sporting Notes.  The Buffalo Yacht club plans a *>15,-  000 clubhouse.  The University of Pennsylvania Is  to go in for ludoor track racing next  fall. f  Hollo, Philippine Islands, has a.ten-  pin league made up of eight five man  team clubs.  For $0 Germans may soon be able to  take airship excursions from Berlin  to Potsdam.  The open American golf championship has never been won by an American born golfer. It is said.  The Yorkshire fishing board of England has distributed CvlOO yearling  trout to angling clubs there,  Geers, Murphy, Cox, Snow and  Shank were the only drivers to win  money at every grand circuit meeting  Jaat year.         Things Theatrical.  William Dwlglit Moody hns written  a new pluy. called "The Rising Generation."  Edgar I.. Davenport and Aubrey  Rouclcault aro to establish a dramatic  school in Philadelphia.  J, 111 Ian Russell has scored in ber new  furie, "Tbe First Night." under tho direction of Joseph Brooks.  "Peter Pan" has been revived in  i I-ontlou with Pauline Chnse tn thu title  ! role. It waa ������mtliu������limtlciilly received.  I Maude Raymond will bo with Mar  | Rogers In "Tho Young Turk." which  ! will Ik* produced lu Now York shortly.  Charles Dillingham's now theater,  I the Globe, in Now York, opened re-  ! cently with Montgomery and Btono Iti  i "The Old Towu." Tho play In by  ' fioorge Ado, wltb mimic* by Gimtave  ��������� LtiUors,   Facts From France.  Nearly S 1(1,000 marriages took place  In France lust year.  |    Regular theatrical performances are  j given ovory year In  France in huge  j mined thonlr-rs built by tlio Romans.  Flour making .In France is tbe moat  ..*������,,>������ it*,*,ii-.frr |n tlm ennnlry in  enormous amount of traveling.  Which, again, is the most oddly-  named constituency? Perhaps the  Osgoldcross Division nf the West  Riding, because Osgoldcross is nonexistent. It will be sought in vain  on the map. There is a wapentake  so called, but no town or village.  In point of vastness the "record"  is easily held by Itomford, which,  ���������with 52,984 electors, is the largest one-  raember division in the three kingdoms. It contains nearly 50,000  voters more than the smallest county  division���������Rutland, which ���������: has only  4,123 electors.  This, however, is not the most  diminutive of all constituencies.  Durham, the smallest borough in  "England, has an electorate of 2,601,  while in Ireland there is Kilkenny  with only 1,742. That borough is the  smallest * constituency which returni*  a member to the House of Commons.  Among two-member boroughs Bath  has an unenviable distinction. It is  the smallest of such boroughs, its  voters numbering only 7,919, and is a  remarkable contrast io.llomford.  A curious "record" is held by  Hornsey. Places which are popularly  regarded as "bedrooms"���������that is,  towns or districts mainly inhabited  by people engaged in business in  neighboring cities���������have usually a  comparatively large contingent of  lodger voters; but Hornsey has more  than any other constituency. The,  number of such voters there is 3,071,  or more than the whole electorate of  Durham.  Lastly,  which is the most faithful  constituency?    Which   has   returned  -the-..same mtimlaex_Jor__the longest  Eeriod? In the past some^RcloTaies"  ave been remarkably loyal.. The  ense of Northampton and Mr. Labou-  chere will occur to everybody. And  in the Parliament which has just  been dissolved there were a number  of members who had represented the  same constituencies since 1885.  But at present Morpeth can claim  to be the. most faithful constituency,  because it has returned Mr. Thomas  Burt since 1874���������a "record" highly  creditable alike to the electors aad to  .their representative.  ��������� amount of capital Invested and value  t of annual output.  j Tho French government takes If, per  j cent of all the tmnpy staked at the  i casinos of the aenslde and other health  i resorts on tho little bor**** and other  |_'<IUl....'.H,  ii,r.  ,-i,������./i������ nf  ; IfroH-fi this percentage umounted to  i *fH.*U03, the summer tf awoit naturally  ' contributing the greater i������art~ov������r  ; tOOOflOQ.  j " *   Train and Track.  Th*f������ *n������ In Argentina four hi**-*****"  ���������range rallrwidn, Hirer mi mm* -rungf*  and two English gauge.  Bleetrlelt*' baa supplanted gas for  rarllgtulna In tietirly all at.-.to railway*  of Italy. Hwlitaflnml ai <1 t>**tmir'*,  i |t 1������ea t*-*n prnrM t'wt ('*��������������� #rwit  ���������*���������*������**?   terminal*,   where   trniTle   la  Precious Stones of  India.  v Diamonds, rubies, sapphires, spi-  iXiels, tourmalines, garnet*, roc* crystals and various sorto of amf>*r and  '(Kieite are tue precious atones toiuid  on lndiu's oorui strand. Tno rtiuy  and tlic judeite are tne only atones oi  >cuiisiderubk' value produced, U������rge  quouiiiles ot turquoise come Irom  bikkini and ribot, Uiat from the latter country being harder, oarkex bom,  and therotore, more valix������blo. The  importation of precious stouca into  lnciiu amounta utmuuliy to about >>4,-  1/00,000.  The, diamond industry ia limited  and ia carried on in southern India,  tint northern purt of tne Inuiiui {aui-  ln������ulu und in tbo central |>ruvi������cu.s,  Uuby mining ib carried on iu upper  Burma and, next to potroiouui. ib ihe  most pcouUibto ot the inimiraj ro.  sourc*������ oi Uie slate, thu value oi the  product being about J&OO.OOO aiuiuul.y.  One ruby ol t-xivtmly-seve'i cunt* waa  taken out a few yours ago and vulmxi  ut *m,Xio.  8upphJr������i used to bo mined in  Kashmir, but tlio mines ure now said  to bo exhausted. The yellow, white,  blue und groan viirictioa ol sapphires  are found iti tho ruby bouring gravel*  in Burma. Tbo spine] Js JooikI in  considerable quantitiea in Burma.  Tourmaline stoiuii of blue, green  and black coloring art* found in Lp-  fKir Uttrma. Gitriiota aro mined ia  Jaipur. Hock crystal, cut lor ctioap  jewelry, known an valenin diamonds.  is found in Madras. Another ujuiirta  crystal, found in Kulitbugh, is cheap*  or and is used (or ik'ckluoca. Chiiltx-  donic silica is called liappia and em*  brucw inuny (onus of agate, mined in  tho Dnetmn, AgnUn ami oarnoliuna ara  cut ami prepared (or market iti Horn,  bay. They calm* mostly Irom Iiuf.  j-lpW Iwirge quitntitit*s aro aiiippt'd  to Kurope und China. Juduita of boau.  tiful irn-on veins is found in Up|a*r  Burma and an inferior jade bt (ountl  in otlior part* ol India. The stoiaf  ���������oils for >M) to ������100 a hundrodweigtii.  Mr. Qaorga Csdbury's Hobby.  There is probably no man who it  more pafslonatcly devoted to cycHno  than Mr. George Cadbury, the head  vi .'.i .'"..-  -    - "*���������""'������ corrtn firm  I of thnt   name.    Ho   himself   cycles  I every   day   Irom   hi*   ltwut<.   U   ihu  j works, a distaneo ol a mile und a  httlf. and hack again in the evening.  I Rvery Sunday morning   ho ri������*e������ al  I six o'clock, and cycles into Binning*  I ham, flv*������ itillf* away, to conduct nn  i eight ti tittc.*  ii-*,vUi   ...,.-.*'.'";,*   '*'���������'��������� *  ! for men and youth*.   Nolhimr is allowed to Interfere with attendance at  btruogtfiti.    Auuisou  W^n us  iu   iue )  tspecutior that more wiror lias been |  cuiiseu oy tue crj oi tne cricaei Uuui  by   the   roar oi   u lioa!   The  extra-  oidinaiy loud cnirpiiig of cricaeuwiiL  aula,  store  ior whoever ktlls one oi tiieso noixy  Uitle iusi-cte. 'ijie uuoxjxjcicu appvar-  ancti oi spiaers in u lioase is a*so a  sign oi coming rains, and to kill a  spiuer iiiiii tor n'ttuiy years bimn a  noumo..���������,y muoriunute action.  '���������Uie Ueinians iOuii upon ii ud a sign  oi grout good iuoii suould a spicier  h,p.u its wtb towarus one, bai. uuo  Iuck is in tioi'u ior Uie per^o.i tna'  Ui-e spider rto-^ up us ll U������ a^pioacn.  Very Uuy hpiuei-s���������"moikiy tp.u^.-s"  lis uhey urii con.monly cahed ��������� will  b.iiig gooa ior.uue to Uie pttrson u^-  on wiiom ti.jy Ui'iit aiignt, bat of  course a tney are uedtio.ved tins will  all tx; dnven awi.y, aad bad luci will  Uiuii iu. p.ucu. in hie sixtecniu ceu-  tary mere was a superatiUoii rue  among tno Spaniards that whereuocver  spiuoit) weie to Lij iound in uUanu-  imcf; there wi;S goid in piviuiy.  li flics crouti logt'Uier in warm  places during the summer, sto.iaa  ana heavy winds may ba looked iur-  ward to, but good wea'.-ner Is denotod  by swarms ox tliem liying togeuier  in the sunshine, li ilies go uwa., w.-y  eariy in tne tiutuuin a nbavy winter  with much frost nwy lx-' expcjcwd. Ac-  cording to tiie Koran, all ilies, wiui  the exception oi the bee-h^, pcri������a  everlastingly.  There is a curious custom stiil observed in some parts of Oornwt.li und  Gloucestershire, in .EnglaiKi, winch  used to be common all over the west  country there. Wnen a death occurs  in the house each hive of beca must  be separately 'informed of tne i������ci,  and draped in black. If this is not  done the bees will leave uie uivet,,  and never return to them,-anu should  anyone wisn~Wl>������ft'~With~thttir--bt'es-  they should always be nold, u> ii nothing is received in return for t.iein  bad luck will visit both the donor and  the recipient.  CURKblTiES OF BOER LIFE.  When the   Dutchman  Apologlres  He  Fairly Crawls.  Now and then,'in the larger Dutch  villages, is found a tiny printing oi-  fice issuing u weekly newsiJujjer,  which will tie edited and umuugeu oy  some entorprising young Atrit.uiider,  who hiui prooabiy been educated at  the Cuj.������e. Such newspapers ure always printed in the "taal" so thut  they ahull be easily read and understood by their Boer subscribers, und  tho advertisementa on the back page  of the single little smudgy sheet are  often oi the most extraordinary chur-  uctor. It is a common practice, if u  Boer has made a libellous statement  concerning a neighbor, for the injured purty to insist upon repurution  being mude in the form of a public  apology printod in the weekly puper.  Here is a literal translation oi one,  which for depth of humiliation it  would be difhcult to aurpuss:  "I, the undersigned, A. D, du Plot*-  sis, C's son, hereby withdraw all that  I have said to the prejudice of tlio  innocent Mr. G. P, Bezuidcnhout,  und name myself nn infamous liar,  smiting myself on the mouth and  exclaiming: 'You lying mouth, you  lying mouth, why do you Ue ������oPr I  declare, furthermore, that I know  nothing against the character o( Mr.  Bezuidcnhout. Further, I atyle myself a genuine liar of the first-class."  It will be noticed the advertiser  here distinguished himself aa "C's  aon;" this iii a common method of  identification among tho Boers, on  uccount ot the coufvulon arising from  tho until!! variety of uurnumes, and  tho numerous unrelated families  bearing thu huiiio name that will bo  found residing upon the different  (arms of tho district,  A little further down on tho anme  sheet is found the notico of n death  in a Boer household, which mny  strike tho unaccustomed rouder an  bordering on tho comic t  "8i.ilt.--Oi. tho 23th Inst,, Amy  .lam* Mary Smit, oldest daughter of  John nnd Wilholmina Hmit, aged one  day two and onclutlf hours, The  bereaved and heart-broken puronta  beg lo lander tbt'j* bwi-ty thank* to  Dr. Jonea lor his unremitting attention during Ihe illitcit* of tjttceasi-d,  and for tho moderate brevity of his  hill. Also (o Mr. Cofte-n tor nimiing  tor tho dnotor. and Mr. Joubert, for  rocotnmcndiiig  mustard plaster."  Musical Elsctrlc Lights.  A  higiily-liitt'rosting  demonstration  rt.w    I,   Mr   ���������.MtHmti ftuHitolI in  thf courm- ot ti ieoturo m London  on iiioii-rn t'iouvnctv>. At * u-i;^..,  pr****ure ut current, lie pjiuU'il out,  tn* are-lump sings, hiiU Uu* noUis so  luodtici-d putild bj uautully oouurollt-a,  i lie ItMtitivr htMi a group ol urv-u,mp������  nnd n -tuttll kv'ylxurd. wiiicii, U-ing  thtlilwvU'ii,   (itinni'",   .������   i,iu������,ua.   u*..     tav������t.   Mr. liuddell conf*.-M<*d that be  this clans! and even in the dt'pth of i Mb* mi nnii'iciari, bat tw nevi*rUici>*aa  winter Mr. jjadburj' I* punctually at j iumI������ u g<*>o ttitompt at tlm scales,  his po*t, Mr, Catlbury is proud of j and an luwUtunt afterward* came aa  hit clacs. and every member is proud ��������� n-nr t*> pluying the National Anthem  of Mr. Cadbury. [ u- thu ciicum������t*iriei*a w*������tno (vruiiW  Idea That Women Are Poor Public-  Speakers Is Fast Dying Away���������Suf'  frage Agitation Haa Brought to ths*  Front Soma Phenomenal Spell-  Binders���������Wives of Public Men Art  Often Fine Talkers.  The late Mr. Gladstone onoo declared that the finest speech he had ever  heard was one made by Mrs. Faw-  cett, wife of trje Postmaeter-Gcnoral  of the time; "and," he added, "I can  quite believe that a time will come  when women will eclipse men in the  arts of oratory." If the great statesman were alive to-day he would see  his prophecy in a iair way of being  reaiweu.  It is a common mistake to suppose  that women ure novices as public*  speakeis. i-oriy years nave jjuiie since  lvirs. .fcuweeU eiectriiieu her audience  at one oi John Stuart Mill's meeting**  by h powertui and eloquent plea ior  woman s sulimge, wnica roused her  hearers to such a pitcii of enthusiasm.  that they rose as one uiui and aimost  raised the roof w iih their plaudits-  Since those early uays ivus. I'awoen.  has addcu to nei- laurels by huudrouS-  oi speecnes oi great cnarm and convincing eloquence, in which she has-  proved herself tue equal ot hur best*  male rivuis in un the gnts oi orato..,.  Mrs. Fuwcett was not long without,  formidable rivals of her own sex.   Aa-  long ago as 1813 Mrs. Fenwick JViiller.  then a girl in her teens, caused a considerable sensation by a,speech on ie-  male sufiruge.   On the London School.  Board, from 187G to 1885, there was no>  more skiiiul speaner or debatdir,\y,-htie.������  on hundreds ot platforms h'er.-cliarn*.  oi wanner, lwr osautitul voice, and- '  eloquent flow of words have delighted  her sternest critics.  Mrs. Bamford Siack and Mrs. Eua-  seli Oooae were other pioneers of tiie,;.-  lauy orator, who proved that the mosti'  essentially ��������� feminine of women could,  rival man in argument and rhetoric,  !  while investing their speeches with a-  -grac<L_wid_allMrement no mere man-  could hope to ernuloteT���������""^       ������~ \ \ ���������"  Iweniy years ago there was a band  of lady speakers which it would be-  uiflicuit to niatcn even in these progressive days. Lady Carlisle, Lady  Sandhurst, Ludy Stevenson, Mr.-j.  Vvymoru Phiiipps, uikI Hon. Mrs,  Ashley Poiioonby were, among them,  and each was a mistress of her crait-  in her own way. Lauy Saudhurst-  never opened her lips in public until  lbati. but her maiden, effort was tuv.  brilliant thut Mr. Gladstone, ut it* -  conclusion, udvanoed to her, shoo*  both her hunus, and congratulated her  in worus which she treasured to her  last duy. So eucouruged waa heCilady-  suip by t.K������e words of praise Uiat, a  little litter, sho waa speaking all over  tiie country, holding lurgc audience*  entranced tor un hour by the music ot  her voice und tho richness of her eloquence, which needed no notes tc<  stimulate it.  Lady Carlisle proved almost eouai-  ly succeituui trout the start; for, ui*  though sue has not quite Lady; Sam**  hurst's readiness to speak at any tiuie  and on any subject., few of her bcs  have sorpuasoa her best efforts. Mr*.  V^ynford 1'nuipps quicaiy proved hcr-  scif to b*i a opcukur of very remarK-  ablc tiilents. (J if ted with a rare flow  ot language and appropriate drumuua  gesture, bhe frequently swept her  uudience off tlieir feet in a torrent ot  words rising to u climax of the hir*n������  ctt eloquence. In appeals to Uio emo-,  tions Mrs, Philipps haa had vary tew  superiors ot the opposite box aud  none ot her own.  Nor must we forget among theno wo.  ami orators of past years Lady Henry  Somerset, wtioee lucid anu gruputo  eloquence has delighted thousanda oi  uumotices; nor i**rs, Annie Besantr  w no by uiuny ia cousidereu tlio uuv*������  spv-uker ol her sex ot any Unto, uow-  wea wllh a power to move and convince uudienoes suon as even iiri(-������.i*  and Ultiautoue luigut have envied,  Man; ot uicao voices ure now rure'iy  hvnrti tn pui>iic; but tnoy nave numerous   worwiy   succestiors,     in   tne  much-abuMou ranks ot tlw Suffragette*  you will Und speukoia who navu Iiui-*  to learn trout uuy masculine rivu..  Mra. 1'ethick Lawrence haa all U\#  equipment of thu grout spouttur, wit.*,  an udaod olitirm ml her own. A ut.k������  tivuting p-tiM-iici), a voice swoct and  flexible,  an  easy  flow  of iimguagj*  whicn never hesitates for Uie rignu  word, humor, putnos, logic, etoquenctf  <���������all thete are hers; and excellent n������������*  aha makes of them,  It ia an unfailing uoliglil to listen to ber, how������wr  little ono may be in syutpatny wills  ,the views aha uiiuuciutes, Mrs. Panic*  'hunt Is mora rhetorical, mora dramatic, her volou haa not the same sweetness, bat low s|H)iikera can be more et.  lective, and the same may ba said of.  hor daughter*, who aro a* much at  hr,mn or* the platform as if tuey had  boon cradled thero.  lu oUtus ti^liJ* ������'i' huw L'ic'v 3cr  sev, who, in spite of un almost pain*  fill nervousnoaa, haa a rare gin ot  happy Mux-oii; Lady Warwick, whose  'eloquent tongua tlum much ample ax.  eroiw; and  in  a minor degrea th.i  JnKt&imtiibfiti *j.   Hk*..........    !.'-'."]���������   f'*'1  Jiiund Talbot, Mr*. Be������iiy, and ottwr  iadios who have proved that on tha  platloun they can plead  just aa ao-  ently and eloquently a* tueir hua-  u4*.  I  ���������amusl Johnsan and tha lauct.     ]  "U,ag .ix>>" writ''" n w,rr.'������;������������)di-nt  of 'Hi'' London ftju'-clalor, "I hnd ������������t  eUJerly ncqaaint ince who told me  Hist *h������- Itwil f'.rtif rly known an ag<*tl -  lady who tn h<*r yottth hnd mel  H*������n*ti**l JnhiiM.n ������t dilitter. Tha matriarch���������*** to '���������all her���������being askej  ,   k wht'ttttr ������h*  r.-:irt*inlwri"*J any sayi'if-a  ratiatanr.   wherw  awtt-r.  H.pii.m.  ar*    nr <iitti������r ������.{  u,.   *.*4-������l man.  nmriTl.  ahtffited tiaeli ������n*i f������������rih and Milmfban  tmlfia nrr> run fre*it���������������������������nih*, mn l������t������ oper������  Vl������4 ns**** -"-riitwrftbaliji by ���������'������������������trlcUy  -HMD by ateain.  inaly  ndni't^l  that tbe only  action  of  fit*  ������.(m*?i   .'if  coiiM  recall waa  ���������hat   !'<���������  *'>'k  up  it  mu������*i*  nircen   of  D!*d of Thirst.  D ���������; t.'i   fr-'"t   th���������-.���������������*  wi.  the fn*> of  Jo.������/t Jell, .., t'f Jti'l'-fott, l������'.*l  A ���������������������������IMKli;,  Ait'ln,l,.t. 1>. c������'i.**.-d Wa** ffoitiH U* Her.  |,<iu ii";ti ItUii.lp'mi*. JMi-*ik,i r.t.aion  ajikl U'luu ������1i'iri-*tKHt*tl ������imI ir..v.-iiiiK  bj nigni, iiu������*������*������i tne Uack. iia j*i������rt.  ti* .������-,.������ i<>- *.><���������������* mud bis pack and  ������,������;*..'.��������� I������.>r*' r.-iurii***! lo tht? ataMon  u.tit iH"tr t*'t'VM*;������ *���������������**. J������������������tu i.u, *������.������utM  d.*>* ..tl rv..f .s, 0*������t.;g to ������ dust  aN'.m.   lu>-   |".ic*'   uivl   tni<*k*'ry   had  ii,.'.   I }.������,{������~t  .ftI ..^������ |t*r.nllypoor-   dttitpuity io li'C.lui Ut* tootpriut. of  t-J tu cunt* nis d������j������ii his throat. ,.<..���������. -.^i.  Working Elghlsan Hour* a Day.  hit   V> I i i in in   Hull, m\,u had   ,t  tUtl-  cuff encounter at a meeting Uie other  d.ti', i. 'jii'i >f lh" mn*i������ hnrd-wnrkltii*  t/ifii in the <*<'ttinmm. H** haa hit*  br.-(ik(n**t at 7JR, and rarely g������tt t������  bed l������'f*.r������> <-ifi<* o'clock, "The l������w*r#r  M.P.." h<< sfty*. "has lw*rally l*>  work hard .iu'litern hours out of thf  ttm,-nty.tour or he cannot hop** tu d^  justici* to til* profe-i,ion aii-i In. con-  ������ti\a.tiU Kit Wiltintit 'Tir.-r,-,f t  solicitor* ottic** al the ag������ if fain-  t'eit,  lti#   -iilnrr l-**fntr K*-   a  wwk.  'artJ hi* ������i������f.  i...-**:'  t*n*i������������������*')* ���������tu-.* tw hi# V  S  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  OLDJHUM  Cigatfettes  1  WORTH   KNOWING  TEN FOR TEN GENTS  Rather Tall  "That," said Senator Tillman of ah  opponent's argument, "is an amusing^Simple  Remedy That Any One Can  | exaggeration." Prepare at Home  1   He  smiled. |   Most people are more or less subject  1   "In fact," he continued,   "it is as tn coughs and colds.   A simple remedy  jbud an exaggeration as the story about that will break up a cold quickly and  j Ben Johnson's height.    They   saitl   o( cure any cough that is curable is made  iBen,    you    know,  the candidate for by mixing two ounces of Glycerine, a  'Sheriff,' that when he made a stump half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine com-  I speech,   instead   of  gettini!   a .-stunm-pound pure nnd eight, ounces of pure  j ready for him to mount, they would, Whit-key.   You can net these in any  ;dig a hole for him   to   stand   in."��������� igood drug store and easily mix them  'Washington.Star. )in a law bottle.   The mixture is high-   : '���������  :lv reooinme.nc'ed hy the Leach Chem-  "That'trown of yours is a perfect fit,'>������<������������������ Co".of ������,1c.inn#V \vh������. prepare  mv dear." "'"-' 'P"*"uine \ train Oil of Pine com-  "Graciojis! If you think this is a  perfect fit you should have seen the  one my husband had when he got the  bill."  Providential   Interest Gone  The philanthropist had    persuaded  ���������ihe noted tenor to sing at the Christ-  -mas entertainment   of    his    mission  Sunday school.  The Italian   relieved   himself of a  The Smith Family  The English blue books tell us there  are over 350,000 members of the great  Smith family ih England alone. Yet,  in Old Testament times, according to  the First Book of Samuel, "there was  classic which grated'on the untrained j no Smith throughout the land of Is  ������ars of the impatient children. Butlrael." Is it any wonder that the late  -the   white-haired   philanthropist  was i Bishop Wilberforce used to say that  moved. With tears in his eyes and  jobs in his throat he insisted that the  ���������tenor's song had surely been heaM in  Ite.aven.  "If it hp.s," interrupted a disgusted  -youth, "it's all off with this school and  -we might as well disband."  "I wonder what the women do at  those afternoon teas?" p  "Oh, they just sip and gos-sip."���������  Boston Transcript.  he could nover read that veree in the  Bible without smiling?  There Are Others  Mrs.   Nearby���������What  is   your    husband's pursuit in life?  Mrs. Outotown���������The 7.45 train.  A new machine, which is called a  "mole," digs an eight-foot hole under  the surface of the earth without the  necessity of opening a trench.  That's the secret of Shiloh success for |  forty years���������trustworthiness.  When you contract a cold���������like a wise man I  you want tq cure it���������Shiloh's Cure will J  do that quickly.  WJien there is a cough in the household |  you know as well as we do what it may load |  to: Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, Consumption, are its fruits���������Shiloh's cures coughs. |  All throat and bronchial soreness and inflammation areeasedand healed,all phlegm]  secretions arc safely removed, by Shiloh's. [  Cure.  Incipient Consumption is checked by the]  -soothing, building influence of Shiloh's  Cura. You realize that from the quick  -way a long standing lung cough is allevi-1  ���������ated and cured by it.  Whooping Cough and Croup���������take them]  in time! Shiloh's Cure should never be out  of the house where there are babies or  children. joi'  It's the Remedy you can Trust I  I m**mm+**0k0mw**,  Lssaafi.  BOASaBN-Ca*  ���������rarta  HtoapM- Cavaa,  laaiuweitam  iiawEuaaco.,  umumm*  I a*..-.*  *������  os.sautusi  m etur*.  i *���������*-������,  SOFT, WHITE HANDS  Ma>  be Obtained in One Night  For preservinj* the hands as well as  for preventing redness, rousthness, and  chapping and imparting that velvety  softness much desired by women Cuticura Soap and assisted by Cuticura  Ointment, is believed to be superior  to nil other skin soans. For those who  work in corrosive liauids, or at occupations which tend to injure, the  hands, it is ipv.alun.blfi, " '  '  One Night Treatment.���������Bathe and  soak the hands on retiring in a strong,  hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap.  Try and anoint freely with Cuticura  Ointment. Wear during the nteht old  loose gloves, to protect the clothing  from stain'. For red, rough, and chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching, ff>v-  erish palms, and shapeless nails with  painful finger ends, thia treatment is  most effective.  pound pure for dispensing.  Her   Inspiration  Lady���������"T want to put in this advertisement for a cook. It will go in  three lines, won't it?"  Clerk   (pfter   counting)���������"No, ma-  FATHER AND BABIES.  Oldest arid Youngest Members of British  Parliaments.  With a general election just over,  tiie inteieeung queotioa ariaiss, Wbo.  wul bd the 'Valuer" una "rlaoy" oi  tne new Houso ot Coujmousi';  The title oi "Father"* ox ute House I  is greauy p.izeu, it is given u> the1  Al.f. who nas been a member of tha1  Houso ior Uie longest period without,  ajiy interruption, air. Ulaustohe was  "���������jvor thd "FaUier," for uwugh ha  was in Parliament ior sixty-two yeara  there had been a brief interlude and  that spoilt his claim.  For many years Mr. Charles Pel-  ham Viliiers was the "Father," in  view of over half a century's representation of Wolverhampton. Next  came Mr. U. R. M. Talbot, wbo waa  iirst elected   for   Glamorganshire in  (Utnie    We'll have to charge you for! 183.2.   The writer often saw this fine  lr 'IS W,?Uu.?r������PUt m ' ola e^man, who kept hi* intexeat  woras ii you wisn. ;n Dnij,j,,!, .��������� f.h��������� ���������_j    . wia-i/���������.., iw<.  "You're so conceited. Connie, that I  believe whon you net into heaven the  first question you'll ask'.will be, 'Are  my wipsrs on straight?"  Conrie���������"Yes, dear; and I shall be  sorry, that you won't be there to tell  me."���������Illustrated Bits.  Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���������Impurities in the blood come  from defects in the action of the liver.  They are revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on the skin. They  must be treated inwardly, and for this  purpose there is no more effective  compound to be used than Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills.   They act directly on  more  Lady (suddenly inspired) ��������� "Say  'Policeman stationed opposite corner'!"  A TERRIBLE SUFFERER  FOR THREE YEARS  But Health Was Completely  Restored by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.  Extreme anguish: pains in the.  ioints that all but drive one crazy���������  thus may inflammatory rheumatism  be described. The victims are to be  pitied���������to them life is one long torture; they suffer by day and cannot  sleep by night. Such was the condition of Miss A'lida Mercier of. Ottawa,  Ont. For three years she was a victim of this trouble and found no relief  till she began using Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, She says;���������"For three  years I was a sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism.. During that time I  consulted and was treated by some  of the best doctors in our city, but I  found^no relief in^their treatment. I  besran* to despair of,, ever being well  strain, when one day a friend advised  me to trv Dr, Williams' Pink Pills.   I  the liver and by setting up healthy nrocured three boxes and by the time  processes have a beneficial effect upon  the blood, so that impurities are elim  inated.  Lights Out  Girley���������Stephen acted as if he wa9  afraid to go home in the dark.  Daddy���������Hasn't the lame courage for  the street that he has when calling?  HELP THE  CHILDREN  OUT  The trouble and annoyance which  they cause you by their involuntary  f'dlinpst i\t night is not usually their  fault, but the result of constitutional  weakness. Write Mrs. Summers, Box  77, Windsor, Ont;, and she will send  free to any mother her successful home  treatment, with full instructions.  This treatment' is effective also with  adults and aged people who are  troubled with the same weakness.  Write today. 4b  these were used there was enough  improvement in my condition to encourage   me   to   continue their use.  Three���������more���������bo ses���������comolt-tely���������curedj-olK~yeafToraT  "Why in emiarrating tov America havo  you planned to leuve your youngest  son behind ?"  "Oh, I guess he'll follow later. He  has just bemi anpoint^d cashier in a  Berlin bank.���������Mergondorfer Blnetter.  Faultless in Preparation. ������������������ Unlike  any other stomach regulator, Parmo-  loo's VogiHnblB Pills are the result of  long study of vpg'tubln compounds  calculated to stimulate tho stomachic  functions unci maintain them nt tho  normal condition, Years of uh<) havt*  proved their faultless character and  established their excellent reputation,  And this reputation thov have main-  trined for years and will continue to  maintain, for these pills must always  stand c,t tho hoiul of tho list of standard pi''p-������rntioni*.  <jK*4t&*.  I MAM W CANADA  It tha Standard Artiels  READY FOR USB IN ANY QUANTITY  For making soap, aaf teabig watar, ramo?lag eld paint  dlalnfaaUag slaks, aiotat*. drains and far nan** otl.es* ]  ���������*  A can equals SO lbs. SAL SODA  Hiatal far ������00 pureuat-SaU Xvnvhtn.  Ja\ W. OntBTTOOMrANV LIMITED tQWOtetO, OWTj,  me and to-day I am as well ns ever I  wo.s. I-always ke������n a supply of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills in the house and  would recommend all who suffer as  I Hid to eive them ������ t,ri������l,"  It was the rew blood that- Dr. Williams' Pi"V Pi"*-, actually Trw'n thi*',  restored Miss Mercier to heajth and  strength, There' is no medicine to  "mini them in making, new blood and  in tMs way they cure anaemia, rheu-  roatism, hpe.rt nMpi'->\tion, indies-  tion, nfturalgia. ft. Vitus Aw*, and  manv other troubles. Sold bv all dt������**l-  nr* in Ti'f'ioi^e or dire-**, ������t .50 c'nr>������a  ft bo-*- or six botes for $2.50 from Tho  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  Couldn't  Find  Him  She���������Do you balieve that two can  live as cheaply as one?  He���������I've known ooupU������s where the  wife was so extravagant   thut   what  litt'<* tbo husband spent wus hardly  noticeable.  SAVED"irTHIS OLD AGE  Annapolis, N.8., May 14, lflfX),���������I am  over olghty yearn of ago and have suffered from Kidney and Bladder Trouble for fifteen years. I took doctors'  medicine but got no halp, I wont to  thank you for sending mo the sample  box of Gin Pills wh'ch holpnd me,  I have taken six boxes of Gin Pilla  altogether, but got relief bnfnro I had  taken noar thnt amount, I had to got  up soma nights ovry fifteen minutes  nnd had to tisu an instrument before I  in polities to the end,of hia long life.  Among those who have been "Father", of the House of Commons in recent years! "are   Sir  Michael ��������� Hicks-  Beach (now   Viscount   St.   Alawyh),  who was first elected a member in.;  lot>4,   for  East  Gloucestershire,   and''  continued to represent that conatitu^  ency until his elevation to the peer-/,  age  in  190ti���������a   period   of forty-two  years. *        y .  Sir Henry Carapbdl-Banneman became "Father" oi the House simultaneously with becoming Premier ��������� a  unique double distinction. :.,  Prior lo him in long record must be  mentioned Mr. W. W. Beach, who was  first elected M.P. for North Hanta  in 1857. Another "Father" was the  Right Hon. G. H. Finch, who aat for  Rutlandshire ��������� for forty years'.  There are so many veterans retiring  from Parliament'that it will not be  easy to settle who can be called the:  "Father" oi tiie n-aw House.  The youngest member in age���������not  in the years of M.f.s'hip���������is called  the "Baby." In the House of Commons elected in 1*1U5 Viscount Milton  was the "Baby," being twenty-three  yot.rs old. He is the present Earl  Fitzwilliaiu, and has had the strange  experience of reading un obituary of  himself 1 A witty friend called the incident a case of "Milton's 'Paradise  Lost*." ': ��������� '   ���������  In the next Parliament Uie "Baby"  was Viscount Tumour, who was elect-  t-ed iu 1S04 (at a bye-election) ior Hors-  htm.   He wus on.y j ust oyer twenty-.';  at*  HOUSE CLEANINO  Instead of. being a mono*  tonous drudgery becomes a  labour of love when Sunlight  helps you. Remember���������Sunlight does all the work,  at half the cost and in  half the time of other  Soaps.  A Sympathiser  Willie���������Had er scrap wit Sis?   Dat's  'nothin'; why, I can't get along with  her myself, half the time.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  "Is he an eloquent talker?"  "No,  not exactly eloquent, but he  can deliver a forceful speech if he has  a table handy   to    pound    now and  then.",  Many patent medicines have come  and gone, but Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup continues to occuDy a foremost place among remedies for coughs  and colds, and as a nreventive of decay of the lumrs. It is a standard  mpdicine that widens, its sphere of usefulness year by year. If you are in  need of something to rid yourself of a  ooua;h or. cold, you cannot do better  th������n try Bickle's Syrup.  Septimus���������How  is your  little girl.  Mrs. Smith?  Mrs.  Smith���������My little  well,. I thank you.  S'mHmus���������<Oh, ii's.a bov!   I knew it  was one or the other.���������Brooklyn Life.  ">'  qui to  In the House of Commons which."  lu.6 just been dissolved tiw'.>''Baby''-.'  was. Lord Wodenouse, who was ouly.i  twenty-three when elected for Midi  Norfolk. Other young members were  Lmd i>almeny, Earl Winterton (for- j  mariy VL,eount Tumour^, and Mr. j  Harold Pearson.  Drawing the Long Bamboo.  An Eiiglisumau wus oiioe rallying  a i.aiive of Indian upon lu* iMiuty  in i,,l.-U- the native at once repiieu,  ** Wiiy, sahib, we axe ull more or less  liars in my country, and ii one teha  a sUiry, unotner uiimcuiatc*/ caps il.  T here were two yooi.g ��������� men oi my  country who had u boasting match,  und ono taiU, 'iviy fauxr is bo rich  iuid ni.w so many uortttid thut luu stable * in of such exutnt ua to tuke a  horse eleven months to go from one  find stall to the other.' 'bnubash,  brother," roplieu the becond bouater,  'taut is very good. My iuUior has a  bamboo so long that ho can swoop  the clouds away with it wuou they  obrscuro Uie sun in harveai timo.'  'Hi! hi I' exclaimed the lirst." 'That ia  vuiy wonuorim; but, ptuy, brother,  whoro ci-v-o your lather kcop huuIi . a  long bmnboo?' 'Way, you tttupid,'  waa Uie answer, 'in your father's stables, to bo sure!'"  Realistic Stage Fighting.  Thoro i������ an clonic,it oi ro.j lighting  in uio swora eomout oi' Uiu ,**u Hon-  could urlnat*.   Now T can lie in bed I niab kaights-ui "Fulltai i'tiim-tt," tna  four or five hours without gutting up,   now uno-'ri-u-jrinan opera i*t mo tia-  W. H. 1'IEROE.    I voy, Louuon,   jhu sworus tneiuselvea  Write Nationrl Drug ami Chomical  Co, (Di*pt, N, \h). Toronto, f,-r fr������H  stiniplt*,   Rogulnr sizn, 60c, 0 for "12,60,  Then* joined the notice force of London a young Scotchman but roomily  arrived from his rutivn land, Peine;  (It'tfiilcd ono day to block the tnflle  nn a pcrtiiin thornuohfnrt* where mem. .  hers of royalty wero exported to otm Furnishes the Trimmings  In* who nccost.pil  by a lady hurryiii'.' Old Titrhtwatl p.Iwhvs ctopj in cliurcli  to k'>i*i> i*n  afinniiitmont who thrust;    Mul rnits iv lirtton on th" i*lnto  hi'r li'i'.'l from tho carriage window to j Whon he has heard tho story *>f  remnnstrali* with hint over tho dcluy, I   The h"iithnn' iti his naked state.  "T rntmn    let,   you    nagn.    nifi'nm,"|    iiKSwred the man of thn baton,   "But,      PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS  sir, yon do rot know who t mi*,   I ���������*������������������'|    ���������>,*,*//> OINTMENT I* trimrnt.t.-od to   ���������  ,   tl*'* wife of a ('fthlnnt niiiii-b;r," "rt|Ciire imy citsi* of Itching. Blind,! upon fiiin iiwmy iiigliioun hU.  dima nmk na rllfforonoo. ma'am," h*)! RUwIing or I'n.triitliiig Piles in fl to1 oppon-.-iit, .dr. U*o tJlmili..ld,  imswnre'".   'I co'ildP't let "on t������"s������ ih^ ,\m or,money rnfiiiwd-il.   Win.        | ov.xr six Iw't.. welghw nuarij  vou trew the wifo of a Prosbytorlaii  minister,"���������Prt'shytoriiui Stanfianl.  Wnntsd Too Much  filio���������-Wltv, wh"*i I inarriod vnu von  snitl that I rotiltl Ho evprythlnir tbnt  HP' honrt could desir*,  "-���������"'*������������������T never tlienmod you hud such  big heart.  Billions���������Do    you    b.dluvn  tlwrc  is  honor among t!*|evnsP  ^f'ynlcnn*��������� No, thev nr*������ iust e* bti'l as  oTlier people,���������Philadelphia K"(*onl.  uie b(K.vi..i,y wrought *Juciut.-,u hUmI  b.uutw, ti ii.ohott lung und noany uw.  quarter inch in uuckiiumi, Atuir Uirco  woiiks' ligfiliug t.io ttdgt'H of each  riworu ui''.- cut und dented like u saw.  I IH.'    ������'lii'l'g,'ll<!     H.llgl'rS      W.l.i     lllllldl**  tlifse wi'UjHjiis ure w**il ubie U* Wield  uit'iii, Mr, Claude Floinmitig, itn Australian, wh.Mvi ouny li.u t*e������ ,>|>������'JU iu  louiiuiDK U|i cut.lu niiii bt/x'k, sUuida  ti loot ,'i HH'iicrt, witli u 4^1111'Ji uh(������*t,  anil w.'iijii,-, *. ah iiih p.,.���������/|/v t������ war  bUxHw*. His  s well  iittariy iIIUnju  auxiftt, tuiti iii.H a oiitMl niotaiuriiiiiunt  Ol  4U  UlCjli.'H,  Here is a test -which  proves positively that Dr. A. W.  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills  do cure kidney disease aud urinary troubles.  Capt. Wm. Smith, a British Army  veteran, living in Revelstoke, B.  C, had his tsrino tested b*/ hia physician who pronounced his case a  bad form of chronic kiJnoy dlaeaao.  After being curtd by  Dr. A. W. Chase's  Kidney & Liver  Pills  he again had an examination of the  urine made and his physician stated  that no trace of tho old trouble remained.  Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney nnd  Llvor Pills aro d*r*finito and certain  in action and positively euro backache, kidney disease, Bright's disease (inearly stages) end urinary  troubles. Ono pill a dose, 25 eta, a  box, at all dealers or Eduianson,  BaU-aA Co., Toronto.  XL  I      KIONtCV AND *  CC Cm.    UVM PtLU  k.f**41J������������M,i(.,i'.  ��������� *tC������ III Jt>������.  I<������ IMS ���������*������  ���������m"^V/1,  Rtfui* siibstitutiiaand imitations.  Thay Call Him "Ham."  So Uu* Karl ol Uesurt, who liiu* bueu  ii|ipuii,U'u to b> Dim ot tiM lour lirit*  Minard's Llnlmsnt Relieves Neuralgia; ^ llW���������,jww ui l(,0 i>vtuwmi\ International Court oi Arbitration ut Tha  Now, Pat," sci'l a ninaiHtriit** tn an  old nfrV-wW, "what brought you here  piffil'i?"    "Two police>iK������n, sor" wns  Kniel'p*���������" 'o'tiM '.hln''������ be h ho������tn,"  Hockf������r--"nut his wife is board of  estiinitti',"���������Brooklyn Life.  the laconic, rejilv.     "Drunk,   I ,.������up'  "How fliil thi't men come to |*o re.1  t*������rfl*>il ih nn ituthority nn flu. tnrlff?  nn-sn'" r.iv*r|vl t'*,* mtifrlnT'itp    "W������ ,'1" nov"r iinpi"'^'"! mo nn much of u  .or," said Pat, "both av thim." j^t.'^^   ^^ ^  :  . "" |    it'     ....... i    .���������������..,-������������������"<    llin    ' Ul.i       I   itdl.'U  I Weill   .Weill l|,onV������   or   ���������������t,.orl-.l'V      tt������   'ott������d   oo*  |   "'irK*  (Input���������Hen Vm. WtWs pvpr!"1'!"1! lit* ponsti1n������nts wimted mi*l trot  been tli^iippointetl in love? j it."���������Wiishliigtun Htur.  I     <"���������en,|,l      fill'-l-V, Bhe     "'"������������������"* '  niiirrlftl for money, '   I  Et****1  faataaaa. .  taam *-h������m  PAGE WHITE FENCES  *���������*���������> *���������*&���������* iett-atytas fee Umis. I*arks, reran snit aaitreails. U.eoi mflee nt fwa  ���������������4 nan r-sse Oatas a**** la ast ia Caaeaa. Oar Isiti ftuctt art bum laaa evtr. Get  ft-fees stt4 bniUeU  R.LANGTRY  m mMtHATYtn tr. l, wwrm  tmice and nATtn w rrorx  COLT DISTEMPER  People Ept Loeutte  j In iniinv courtrics of the Far I'nA  |poople eet loPtiKt", I ocunts arc flried :  | in Arabia and ground into a sort of  /Hour, itsetl in baking, firm tribe in  | Central \fri������ii iimkf's noup of the lo.  letints. In Maihnrafcar the ittspclK are  Imketl in jitrn, fried in a nan of cri-a***'  1 n't*! then rooked with rice Thi.-* iJ  ��������� cliiiint'tl to form a dainty di������li,  riytng Hiah  Ifornomnri���������Von don't n*������������an to *ny  ynti rnnw* off al thnt b't nf ������ f������*nee?  II"cuiiilK>nt Frieiitl���������Fencpr (lr*<nt  "Icott, man, no! I caught in the **!*'���������  ���������rnph wires.  KIDNEY  k PILLS  ' ���������**> n f r i '  9$WAej9r  CftM 0a\*trWm\ W*V9 9B WMMftM tlffWlMr.   O^f1 frM  atAas-affa -fsa-aaa*fasa*faaia*s*a-*sl     ijg^Mi ^^^.^^^^  a*s*aai*a-ai fs^l*s*a*fss*BBflaT fttS asbI  iMstN NPHUIt CO, 'at****, tai  ������w<*MI ,  ������*f������ |f|,|.M rt������f frt b"������������ f*i,* hnn'F -  ,   To ang'r ������!<p was go������������l hI,  I H*> told h**r aha ������������������d nnwder, and  Oaakaatlaia-UaVJa*     Thf girl almost axplodmi.  W. N. U., Na. 711.  Uuguu, u Miuwh lu nut iiuiiimU-w  a mc^iiai.iu whi'ii tsm bt triut-d W  u.li.-Ji ui his two nuuitat, Hamilton  i.ii*i AKiiioiiuitiiiniii. A truvmer, a  crickeior, ,ui i u niiot, I<"M Uraart is  ii*4 ut t'.il l.,ei **i������rt ot iiniIi wlto iiiight  I������j lo.jkiui ut in one who hut tilled  Ua* poaiiimi til 8oliciU*r t������i Dm Troaa*  urv    llti.'i'for  ,i'   PhIimo   l'rn������.'.,li*l,itti,  anil  King')*  1'roctor.    i'tirnaps,  now*  uVt:r,   oolui'Ullllg   ol   lll.t   UIIK.A*    Uuif- I  ticuniritiiji i-i/iu,- Jii'in niii i-../ili-r t*s-'  purioiices in tin* navy, which waa our- >  toiniy i.ii miuMiul rntiU)  wnonliv to  ruw<!ii thu L-r mid ln������ l.uw U������urU,  Unluct*,*/   Ihirteen.  Unliovers in the Hurt"* n suprrsti-  tion   will huvo tin-ir titith MrfrigthtrtM-d  by a trag.u eviiit r*'porum ir*eu Australia.  At ii imm'hiI ������i*iii������*fii*u <*f nulling mniiaet'r** in Heixligo it mt* found  thU thirmn wor*.' h������i.i.������I i'i dinwr.  Two  th*>r"i**r.������ r������>tir<d     MU-r uitiimr :  Unite  was  uiu������ic,  b''t tin*  pvriorm-1  anoa wt.s *ti.t.,������'tily t-uipp<'d by tfn> ru- \  l*irt ol a B''*' ���������"���������'��������� ���������' lTy* "Urnwn'f  shot!" Tvro <*f thn  liners In sn a������J*'  joining room w*re ��������� ���������xainining a rlfla  aupp*Mf<d   to   b*  unl*������nl(������*l.   The  Ull*  foltuuata man who r***'civ*>������l th������ but-  U't db'J almost im.Umatiiouiily.  Your  Clothe!  DY-OLA  Just Think ���������������III .With tha SAMI ������>re  yoa e������u color Ml klntt of -loth *>eHeeHy..Ne  clit.net of inlitikM. All colon io cent* irern  |smi' l>*H������t������t or ilesler, Se-Rpl*.Ceyd and  BooklM Pree,    The Jahnean.Rlaharilaaa  tSSta^iaSUSiliMELaUMM  KENDAL15 SPAVIN CURF  Csno'be! Lab.tsrs.  ^gsORmNt  ������������������ill rwlnta IstUfM. Mwllp /elete,  ttslMi. Salt luaciii. C.n l*4li, fie-  frw.:rto a Jra  ' a***t\tu*mi* #r itfaove titjelr,  : ������ ��������������������� r������u..������ ���������"���������������* u������k*N*.af m>  uitre at sellveNa,  tern t&* IMS*!  S1.00 H������J*������'l������' k������4MiiTe*i*<>**  ���������*'*>*,   te*te**������M������,.   Iti  ���������a,  loottrt. Weae. M**tat.   tnlete,  t*������r������ "tfti _ *t*������������t_f-* ;itf������uti>>*L  It haa horn found in Nova fcsrtta I * * ^Jjj'tfc. ^l^SI^^^C*g&!IW���������  that th<* lobster** fhipf annmy is Mt fijf-JSZZ^aTgSJiV ajCaieaS^Seit!  tba aoiOah, but 0* lobatat, _ ' ZnaaXrmnV *** IZlZS" ��������� *T������* ; \JiiB BpSBi'laal. m  ������-"���������-��������� ted  Every   Tuesday  hv  the  P<iS������Hshir)g   Gqm ���������***-���������? py.  ZiPIZli^^-^Mffl^w'^^!?^  XJ*&i;4 v*,**..'*.**.:.  ���������'....������������������I'.t^-iia'-pt/T^'.g.vri'W'Ju.ws-iraia.-T  Ti.tia {M������|w!i' w'll -^..t .tu.il.vl it������*jlf  "r**snojjstt).l^ ft)r tin* '������������������piiii-H*** uf nth-  ���������^���������'���������-*> ,,'if i.nay appear i.n its 1c(*l.uu*.iis  A- un .time to tjintt.  ^frESDAV, .AtPRlL;:,    1010,  Mv. T. E. Cariwi'jkf'if win* ro-  ,t'"iitiy .rof-it-uetl his p ^itjtm \vit)>  .1 N. McLeuJ, hns r iui" iiit.t' part  mtr'sliip with Mr. T. K'ickf.qiij iiftfi  ,th,o iirin fill bo known a-* Rjokgon  ,<& .Caitvvrjglit. Thoy ?i*.r.*. ih-1 di������y,i������.  ting their time strictly to gents  iurnis'iings bootg at,i>! **liQ.08i and  dry crouds, and jn ovfh'v to make  room for thtajr new stuck', which is  *>n the \vay from tlio .oust. They  ���������will sacrifice the wlmle stock- of  'r.'ckoryw"--p, onatpefw 'j'.cit.n.d tjp-  ���������ware,, regardless pi* coA.  WRaW  ���������"���������to-������^..*"****"*'  .SALE OF WQKK ANQ ������0(QN  OEJiT-  Tli.e WUps' of St.Gt'nr;^ Pro*,  jtiyteriancluirch \vilj 'hit-Id 3 sal.epf  ^rxirk npd supper in the . (.!u|*,j.bierr-  land IJall, on Tuesday _, April Ii)th,  ;tn<i aLc.oitet*i't on ���������Vye.if'i-g.tji'y, April  Sptlj. 4!" the sale of x/ovk. the  )adie^'' are offering plum and ftuijcy  >trti,cleii for ladies, go'j'Ju'ifeii and  pliiklt'eii's use. Conij; and e'ljoy a  ]ilt-iiH;iiit afteniQon und eye-nng  "with rhp latiiea.  Mrs.' J.  W.   Bry.ieii   loft   lajjt  ^jvcyk t'Qi* yi.ctprii}.'  ��������� "?,"5^*r*r*' ~  Hp-w'to Kill Your %���������**}"..  lyit'k.   .,    .  K,<'S*p kicking.  '/-lid ,i!,Qtp, quit kickiiig.  ..One pti'.lqne vity ami tipp {fye  ������>'lurr.  Go tp other |Qwnj* nf j -i fyijy yptir  goods.  ; "Dononnee yqi'r ji)*-*n.'h'i*-,t������ h,g:  Cftnse tju-ty itrnke i> }>ro'i* qii tliojr  j. p,'ids,  -��������� lynifo pvpry 'pan .{liat *lisn-*reoii  ���������with you on tlieiiiptli'id of jimroiis-  |'ig businosp.-  , IVlakp your otyn town q\\\ n, very  had -placo. iiffd upth it, eyery  t'iiunc'*'yon get.  Uofn^ iv unite ip any '���������'iheirie  fpr {bo tiettciiKJiit of 1 ho f||tff.(������riiil  jf-.iprei't'.', Qf tlic puoplt*.  Tull yonr iiiorchiinr, thut yon  /���������un buy your gtwln ;, ore/it doa)  t'licapi'i' ju ano^lu*i' piwn iitnl  f-hufgL* him will} ������-;*;nirtipij ,  .{.���������Slip every wn|. yon get,   nip)  ;.lon,i do luivihiiig oj'1. [>tihlic na  tn;o \\t\]o^r\ you cay   jjiiku tnonic���������  W% oltl q'!' -liitpptly.  Whtji) yqvf jsny ������"Myil:}ug pi' yonr  tjD*yi| Htiy |t, j|i ������uch������ \yiiy tip-it j{  v/ill |cty*> tliv- iinpfoxsjinn that yo|*  |)io ��������� :*4 fn'ili in iu  '- V,'Villi*"    ..llll'^iti'i  ',;,\> r plliUItt- {,(���������>  tu** t'>;cuiri!iii| tif ymp: pwu, and  ^tittti dtiuii|iit*������i thtrtii !'ij|: iu*t \\ti\i\a  \y- l������u|V,it us tho'city p.ui'.'t'r>,  ts tho St^ndartil Article  REAT>r FOR ySjE  IN ANY QUAf-lTiTY  Fotr mnk>n-* soap, softening- wa-  ter, removing old piint, disinfect-  "nS- ninkn, cloic-te, droiua and for  ma.iy cihor purpoeos, A can  ������*:uiils 20 lbs. SAL SODA.  vfcW Ezionbttitta  E. W. C5LLF.TT CO., LTD.  Torroto, Ont  -?****-****M*aH*i*i-*^^  mi FlQw������r  Npv pr^p 'in-ff arrfvitifr fro.tn our growers in England,France  IJolltir.iJ.iCapada and th,e *tJnlt*?.d States. All lessee} ae t.o yita.fr  ^ty and purity on arrival. The best ia good enoujih for our cus>-  Joiners'. Cnlii^gu^e fret*. }J.us,ine-.B will l,e cpntinuetl at our old  stayd until May. After that in new location, which jffill b������ .announced later.       Address  M. I HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  England  Hotel  JTnd^-r f*J ew  Maijageiiienji:.  "7jr������l;~)Glass   jSoard hy  the d*?-)', week or njonth.  Be������������o!iable Kates  Tlp2 P^r has been new  ly replenished  witli  t)je  r^'ith fife.choices): flf.-^mes  liquors and cigars.  |-rtJ.*a mfts_y^ajt'<}^������i  Prqprietor  CU3yfB^KL.^NJ3} B. C.  lAiniji 2&>. 0.  h'\y\)   ACT.  FORM <W .NOTICE.  Victoria Laud  piritri^t.  pistrict of linpert.  TA^p NOTIOE thstf; A- Neville Sinith. of Yitncpnvpr, Qccnj)*t-  tiojf Lif.w Student, intends to apply for pennissipn to purchase the  foljowing despri^ed. luntU*���������  iComnfenciug nt a post jiptnted  i>t the 1-IortJ. J*2ii*5t porner of Lot 2  tyea.vor Coye. liupei't- District,  thence (} chain a South more or less  to the North West corner of T. L.  No. 37128 thence 40 chainh East;  thenc.e '10 chains North; thence 10  chains yyest more or less to the  salt water thence following the  Klipre line ji[ a South Westerly di-  recf-h")*' 1"-������ point of commencement  eontajnjng ������0 acres more or less.  A, NicAirj.r-: Smith.  Naine of applicant  [in full.]  Per jJoijn Matiikiw, Agent.  Dated <jai;i)nry 24th, 1910.  a-*tMflBKB*f|  Seeds  0  Mr. T. lljcklw iii'iiycd h������i)io hy  JM'idtiy'N bt'itt.  Wtv|^All^M^X\VEl,L.  A tjuiet \yt.*dding took \}\m,# pn  |'!'i(lny cvnniiiy |n*t nt Um |lOl||t!  l*t ili*! lii'idf.'H iiiiniinr, wlmii Mr,  11, Wulhicii wit( \Um,,* \{. Njiixwol]  ".���������������������������fl* UMIlfd i 1 lili* l'!>Mi,������ pi    pillt-  j'juiony. Tlr Knv. ll s. Hnsti:������g-*  p l tlii* iiupUiu knot. Mr. .1, M.  l',iroiili<,  Mlpji U'U),|    \  Jj'flr-ft-N'vf!.- ���������.  Form of Npfiee,  .Comox rHapti  Pitif.fict  Distrietof Coast.  TAKE notice that; Ijonry Ar-  tl|**|! Voimg, of   YiMitsonvpr, Qupn-  ptitipn HJuster ^a.|:jpe|', j 11 tends'to  apply fpr, pnifissjoii  to pnroliasi*  the fii)lo'"i|)g det-orihiK.1 laiids;���������  Omimencing ������>t a poat ]ilan*pcl on  Tlntt'low  Isjind  about orpt piilf  Enst pfdreeti Poi^t, liuBJdi* n pust  i-ii'i'M A, V,   A���������   N,   I?.   ������pr.  tliiiii-i't Went  $0 eliuiiiM;   tliciiec  yoilth '10 i'liivii|R; thonco  Ent'r. -t-0  (tliftjiiB; thence along Hhoroline to  ppiflt of commencepitiiif, {���������oiiUin-  lltg \ttQ -xcret1 ipoi-o or le-<fi,  IImiry Arthur Young  J"fni*i<������of Appliciuit[in full")  Amlh'tiup \i Allihon,  OF EVERY K1HD. in nny  Quantity, l)*} pit) ]jaek:*tie pr  by the pound,  Qrnvnenuil Shrubs  Fruit Trees  ("riiwn -to m\y tho B. t>',  c)iltlf*te.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  788 Granville Srroet  P. p.  Box 108-3  VANOQ-0VEB, B.C.  . ..j*w.'"g^'iafgai!g'Ji!j  FOR 8.\I,E-.Bounty of He  bron Beod potatoes, Sl.pO per suck,  tu'p, Howe, Iltirnhy Uland.  " *-������������������-.-.; ������������������-���������1   Mi'H. Alex \Vf*lj*t>r nnd non li:fj  liy Sunday' liontfor Vnncoiivur.  The Olive? Type*.  writer for 17 C^nts  a day 5  Ploaso read the headline oVer bbrId. Th������tt  its tremendous Higniticuupe will ddwnupm  you.  An Oliver Typewriter���������tho standard  v's'Wo writer-tlto most highly perfected  typewriter ou the market-yejurs for 17 cents  a day!  Tbe typewriter whone conquest nf the  commercial world is a natter 0f hni-iness  hintory-yours for 17 oeats n day!  Ttie typewriter that is equipped with  8cor8of such oouvcuieucea as "The Balance  ShHt"-'-Tho Ruling Deviee"-Tha Double  Relwiso"-" The Loootno'-ivti Ua8e"-"The  Automa*i<* Spnc*r"-The Automatic Taiui-  la'-or" "Thu D-"><.eariug Indicator"-"The  Adjustable Paper Fia  t*crs"-"The Sciontitio  Coiitleii*''eil Key.-  ���������>,iart*"���������all.  Yours For 17  Cents a Bay t  . Wn imnounood this  new sn. ,������������������u .trcuutly, just to foul the  iiulse of the people. Simpiy asinull cash  payment-then. 17 cents a day. That is  the plan in t* nutshell.  The result has been such a deluge of  applications for machines that we are sinir  ply astounded.  The  det'i.aiiil  cumes  from   pe< pla t,f all  cltusRS, all nges, all occupations.  The majqriiy ol ir.qu riee ha,* comn fnitn  Data I)0<ipi*|l>or Srh, lOOU.  J'orm .No, 1)  LAN!) ACT,  Ajjunt  ft  \      Till! J|[irt*lt,S WttU   Wpi't*     ]'H Ht'Il-  J^ti's liy Suttii'diiy'ti boat  fur  Van-  i cuuvur.  tyr, and Mr*** 1*. i\ IlarriHun  arrived home from Yintoi'iii hv  Sunday'h knit.  .Mr. J, W. Ih'ytlett iirriyi-d from  VuneoHYuo l*y TiitiBday'u bout.  -a-  'i'f!(iil|  t,i!'|t  C5  *��������������� < . if.tvi- t.i't-"( no liriiJt'N  Alt*-!'   lli������i    ���������'vi'einiiiiy   tin*  'I'  iiliij|j piti'iy tlrpy*:  iu *Jui||'i*(,  '.m.iM'ii Hie*, tu"|< !jt*i;tin*T ft������i' Villi"  ,', tiivnr, wh''f     \oos      \      rtfi* '*,  V ,��������� :>������'������t  will nt'"  ol   ir >r   uiauy  ,r IM''-* H(!i'.uiii;iiifij iit*-ui,  ��������� ��������� ��������� it-��������� I A   OhtiVop, Awp.nl  T. A. Di'tf,    f 'inriiii*    *tp������iitj Haicj J8th Janiury, IU|D  |.|   Di.'ii; u    ,r >:, !���������    A-a e,  t"  Kortii nf ,N|,itic'0,  Siiywttrd Und P!,**trlet.  U'Htritii of Victoria,  TAKM ^OTICK that tha Nor'b  Papilla Lumbar Un., Lttl, of )inr������i*i  Q, ������J. p,ccM|intion Lttinbur Mauufitc.  ���������������W .ilUiuitiMo apply for pnripi--; |N t]^ mtttor ������f Ui'. "nnicWl Admini-tr,  ���������ipn tp pUfCbittU! t|l0  iollowing (k������.        turt' Aot" and ii'iuvHinB no .a, ami  crilied lundi-i  - | In tha mittorof Hurry Martin, t*'.eonWtl1  Otinimanclni* at  a prut plaiHiid i      ������i������t������i*>t*t.t3,  hi (man cf Ropk Hlufl, ���������! ol*r.,i*n ami, ,^7 " "IKlt!:,,v'"V llwt ^ ^v  *-.������ Wa    Mnrll,   *r   . ���������      14     I* ' ������f ,!'" ������'������>,"*,*1*l*t������ "������'"'"'. 'UUOU Ul������ OtU  ui u t) Lot 2b, then North 401 an iipiulo turn *ntti������ i;,,i������iiiy t^urtoiNH-  cl'nij*.!, thftn]C,������i������t nbmu 10 oliain? to wm.\ l������������M������n ������' Cumbt-riauti, 1, tw un������  KlHKiiltl lici'iK-e No, ������ril ii J,then Kontb' duroKaod, 0|Hcinl Adm\uisirtttur lor tiint,  ahl>nt������i cl.tiiiiH, ��������� utii aimitiMi.-tc ui ,mlof t,u> CWl>' ������' **wUm "'���������'���������'PrM  *,,���������.,,.,,,, ���������������������������������,���������,������������������,���������������������������,���������.! ^,^������^;7X^.  1\,et\t o,������ h-ial lint. of/!. (5. Lot 2S.   , jltr iht e������tat., offeoU and orujlt. of "h,  Till' Noiiri| I'.tcuio Lv.MM'*:ii C'������i���������l������l*ova pstn������t| Marry Ma,rtin, ������������hq  d^U  f.iMfTCft! witlt^ii my Jur'adltitlon ut auoli 0(|lui������|  N ii.,t* nf ���������M-,\,!ir������n1 In fuM i A<������ "tnlrtrntoroo qr ab.>at tha loth tl������yot  * Maruh, HMO,  people oninowllJ'fiinnnistffl'atA'n'd-rig-wUo-  wer������ attracted by tho novelty of iho.prop-  ofiition,   Aa impressive deinoiistratimi of  the immense popn'iUity of the Oliver Typt  writer,  A startlinij! coafjrrftatiqrj of our heli'-f that  tlio E*a of 'Universal Typewriting is at  hand.  A Quarter of a Hill-  ion People are Malting MONEY witli  OLIVER  THR STANDAHI) Vl.SIBLK WHlTliK  . The Oliver T\ powriter is a money nnilfi*  ri** i������ fr.,m t.o w <rtf "������,!" Sq oitsy to run  tliathe^in'Ors hooi i*oc li|t||o "tisperi"  olatiH. Kj>r-t tit ynu learn, UtiV tliu um-  ohina p������y tlio I" centH ������ (ioy-iind |ill almve  that is you|*s.  Wlmrt-ver yuu mo, thore's \yori; to In*  done and iann>> tube iuiuIj by i)sniu|,r tho  Oliver, The hnsineBi world i������ fulliui,' for  Oliv r op ti iitor*. Tliui's w,i aot ppoiigh Iq  supply the dsipuud. Tneir flilni'itia mu tjnu-  Hidarthly aiiuvotliiMool' awiy cksaua,. of  tv,ii'l'oi'.*i,  *An Oliver Typewriter ix^ eyery homer  That is mif battli* ory totliiy,   Wo h,������vo  tuii'u tlmlMvsr Hiiprtiina iu UHtifulnefiH nnd  tllKOlutHly ifHli������|l*)tlHltl)IO ill )>I1k)tl0r..-l.  N������w  ouiiieH tlm (iuiH|iit������Hl, til tlio home,  Tlio slmiilisily snd Htrt'tiKtli of tho Oilvor  lit it ttn* fitinlly iiMn, Ic U becouiiiitj ������ii  IniporUat ���������ttoicr In thn hoinn trthniii'of  yniinK pt'tipli', ,\n t(.ltt,iu(i i'||h wdH ������H t\  uiqi'Oy mnltur,  Our l.f'W f*nll|ll|* plmi pu,'H   tl'0   Ol vp  i it the tl)ro*lio|il of t very litunu  (u Aitmr.  I<'������.   Will yt*n tilosA die tiinr  of   vour  liouie or utll.'to ou lliirt rt'iniirluliin Olivor  ���������ippurtuuil.v,  >"'rite fur  furllier tli-titilH of unr ������*nay  tilTar ami li fnio pipy of llm \\ty 01(v������r'  Cittnlnii.       AditrtiHH  TJie Oliver Typewriter Company, ���������  Tbo OJlvor "Uypowrlter Bu������di*iij,  *,u4y<H,v., ������'. ii , V.fl A.  Coot's Cotton Root Compound  Ths great Uterine Toale, and  only snfo  effectual Monthly  iRegulator on whicli women caa  '-.r- defend.  Sold in three aegreea  C������{ *>t stfop/jtln-No, J. $1; No. 2,  10dop*eea8tro,t*������er, $3; No. 8,  for special eases, S5 per hat.,  Bold t>y till drugglsta, er t������r^s  (      mepald on, rocoisA of prico. i  ������,    Kwipivrnwet. A^iueMrTBil  ttofWH������O\t*iH^S0..TOR0NT9;tl������T. tfom*������vW������ta*������B  Wood's ?liosp.*c-din3>  The rOreat English Bemcdu.  Tones uud invlguracefi thu wholo  noi-voua tystotn, jn)������kes nuw  Blood In old, Volli8.i'tov* A'crt*.  oix^ Ihbilitu, MelUsl hrul J?"o������'i������ Worry, Iks  potuutnej/, Sexual IVealmeits, Emissions, S/acr  mdlorrhiba, and jRlfects of Abitat or Excesses.  Prioo U per box, RixforSS, Ono will pl������aso.c.K  will cure." Sold hy all druijg-Uta or mntlod in  plain pkir. ou Mocilpt of prico, JNeut panr'klct  iMiiteii./reru TheWooa MoOlclrto Co.  '  {formerly Windsor)  ���������rftrtMfto ������*������������������*���������  ROYAL  TANDARD  FLOUR  is growinfr in popularity with the  purtionlar bread bikers more rapidly than any oth^r brand on. the  British Ctalumbi1' murjjtjt. , .  At'ler"a}l "It is quniiiy that Qountt*''  Order ROYA|, STANDARpnexi  titpe and.be convjnped oi ito feupei���������  'ioiity. ' '     ���������  T&e followiiig are  tke winning num-  berg in o-p.r Prize  Gonte^t^]FSIay5K:^  'fififSO.  78309'  84-251  71  '1001  0045.1  ���������95003  70103  v  83821  55292  5B154  ���������.Miinufactured by���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  yANCOyVlvR, B.C.  Advurtiwrs \vill coiifor n favcir  by bnniriiiji'iu ������������������heir nils, not in tor  thiin Mimilny, as thii* will otinhle  tho printoi'.v fo iiit-oi't it in the  npxt ist������iip ou tlio following Tuts-  ������)���������.���������  Singer Sewitag Macliines f������r  sale,on .e-jsy terms **it the NEW.S  OFPJOE.  Satist'aation ��������� Buy ������ ��������� 'Grand  D,uke'" and 1������*,vjo RivtisfacStjou. TJtis-  Jon jjjade, hsiii'd inade,,   #jiii niade,  fr,oni .chiar Havana, Fillier,������  BSQU1MALT'  *''   NANAIMO  RAILWAY C0-3HPANV.  TENDjERS F0R CLEARI*S\Q R,0H-OF  WAY,  Tji^ni-RS will be rect-iyed up u> Aptij  30th, 1910, atldctssed to ".t, A. Biiiii'-ridgM  DiyiBioaal Eugiueer, fur pltariug <t.\ht\  tight-of.-way, Cpnxox cxteii.aipn, K>*i.ui������'*l������  & Nanaimo Railway, beKv>'<i,eu p.:im iiuy;  aud Qyster '.RjiVer,  SpeoifioatiuUM and pH.r$iiou',irs if t-.e location eon he a������c"J**ed nt th^ (.ITicu t.f the..  DjiviuinnalEngineer. E. & K.'Ry., Vutorlu,  Tliojiowest of any tender uot ntoesarily  acceptpd. H. E. BKASLEY,  ,     Sttperinu-U''eut.  NOTICE TO CpNfRACTQSg.  City of Cumberla d Sewerage  Sealed to:-derB'������ri|flotf3p(! * Teitlri' fo,1  Sewer -g-'" will be re, ejyie'! up to 4 ��������� -P  on tb.o Hh dny pf Mi y, "l$)i(i, bv ',.-1-. '��������� -  df-rpigpt-d for (.he onuati*a tio < f i-,-ii-  Ht-Weriige wo-kn fo*.'������.jJx*B Co.Vpr.-tii.li oi < e  City <f Cumbu'land, B,C,  Plnn', SiiecificulionH, Coot-apt it tl,  Forms i>f Tender in������y.he seen on -r fie'  tlio5'h day nt April next ens-'i'jr nr t e  oflice of the * ii> CI rk, Cum   ,!j,i-     ,  Ench piounsiil n*.'isi Ay  fj,c;,-- :ir.f. ���������     --  a*i 80i;op! fid hiinW cVi' ������������������-���������   (pr  dijbiit), qpaeliititeria. ).,;,.  mnde payable tic the Ooi-,.prit,i n   '   l,.-  C}ty pf ("uniberlan'l, fpr t.lie-sum ������.f  Ki/e  Hnnthe'd poiliiru, wpich aimll he foi^ttnl  if thu patty t<?i)deving deoliuo or uugUict .  to sxecttja the contract \yhfju  oalleti upcv*  to, do sp, or if hp fail'to poii*,i>le.to tne work  contracted for,      Tlw 1 bisque*-orci'-rtfi-  eate of depobit: pj'-titifjnc.esiifitl toiidfThr.-,  will ba retprned to Ui<-m, upon the ex������'oa;  iy),.pf_thu eo������trapJ^_  Acuaraatee.honit i-i theTwS-tjWlyo"  Thf-u.snnd Dollats *-* ill b'* required m,- bc-  0 rity for tho fidthfiil  yetforaitiucp uud  c mi Jeiiipa of the work,' ' / ,''������������������"-'���������'  Tt))(ipi8\vin  pot.bu   c������r Uidprorl   U*;Vi-B -  miule out *ut the fopuB mipylirid whieh ro y .  be obtained ut ti.o oflice >of Uie City, CI. ii-,  CtinUerland.  Tho loweBt or any tender pot nepesanrily.  iicv-oi-ted.      ALli-X.^iclvlNNUN,-  OityCleiU.  Dated it Onmborln ,tl, H.fJ , April 5th,  1910, " ' ���������  dn  W VOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING ,GO TO THE  NKWS, FIRST-CUSSWORK  ty*mr*W*+^a^fbmifS**+St+[  O, H TARBELL  ���������������������������,.-��������� nT*-*Trrr-f-flata*a*fa1|irftaTfl--M  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami all KITCHEN   UTENBILS -  Sportsm^ns Goods  Hurt  General Hardware  ~-*vi**'v*i������Tj~r*  New IM'ohh  (hipdH, (l;in**luiint't  OliniticH, Mnsliiiii, LtU'ttH, otc, At  i\     ���������'    M    l������,.f>.:  NOTICE U licrohy (*ivon tlmt  J10 ilnya aftor dnto I intund t*������ n}i-  jtly tn tin; Sit*K>i'lttt*'i������loiit of f'r<������-  o-  iti-d C****m>*���������*������������������ ���������'       *a t **<��������� *. ue  '���������^l*-*****!!*'  I    Ami further Uk0 nqtioa Umt all d 1 la 1   ,    , , .* tt      *���������������       .    *  j.l.4. tlio rat.it**������*Ul.ttH.,a da.-,*K,.l  Mltt*.t' V,'m-B' ' "''"' V ,,tl"r,M' fpr ft  j ��������� |������������U* V������*''(������������������"������������*"-*K^***���������r< *������ at .Kin ,!i#-l lii|i|!������' lici'iiM* in t|i*>, pfHiiiion  ^ ^Vi^i'!'!'.*! C,''r  "������������������>m ' kH.M O ttllli .l.*,������.,'ilH,l ,H tllO W<.(,.'t  VQll SAI,l<:-l'ul'ti hml white  Lofjlnini I'uostnr-s; thin your'H birds,  liit.'liftl from importtd cmtH.  (iiiiiitt'ilticJ h-oiit l)wI'i'-t n"i������ hiv-  iiijjjHti'rtin on tho count. Prico fill  oiuth, Apply J, Litiiidiico, Como.v  J;'"t ''ffi<*e,  ]\.  O  v   itiHi t iiiiitii't 1        ia t w������- ���������. ui",| ' V     .1  J. .J ������.-.-Jl -    .J           Kiintii tiint tifM'fitu'i  im t ho WdiK't  lf..#**?*/Vt^ ]     *|������ tlia-aain aauta tanat pm'a������t ih������* mu,* iU ,.      ,,       ,        ,  ti," tlifdriiiittiiio'i!!"���������   fl'Wl|M'   UOrVJOlKe and      1   (it ' 4������i *������n-]a*r-l(r"������fl. *i������ly v������������|*������������t. ;W������- S"i,j������pmtj IMiu-i., nitiuttf (������n l.Dt  'lH'i.-'ny fvnm-" in**    Mr.   IWtcmml.,/l lar tl\nm*   V*     Ol������M ��������������������� ^"W'^M'I. ������0., ������>ila 'Ui, j 1*<H O������mov  I'lstiirl,  .1 -!,mt*'1 hi.    l���������tv,i������>\������.j   Mldrit*  b"������V       ^   ' l,, Ml>   ^ WV   1'?-t^>* WW- '    J ,\.!,���������V.  WoMdlina.  ift&'fl'fc  t  Not only is it n nice mild  smoke, but the ('Grand Duke'*  Cigar linn nil thone necossaty  <'iinliiiM whifh n'tve so much  r'ritNfarthin to the siuokfr,  ���������*a*a*faTf*a1a������aTa*faB*a'aMB*i-a*a1i^^  Subscribe   for   tlv:  Cumberland   Nkws  $1..;q n year,  S.Sf4't;lLHMfAJ'  License-.!: for 30 pas|*<5,iig,ersj  Towing.::an(l freighting., tq  ull points.-  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  ,the dav or \Yt:o^,  Fpr particul'trs apply, tq--  J. B. HOWS, Agent  C.LI, WOOD, Master  V\\ ne 44, C.omox, U. C.  NOTICE  Any porson tir jioi'hoiis, cutting,  I'lHiuiving or taking any   hldckp,  Ijimlioi' or wood, of any closer! jitiodn  lolonginjr tn tho ^'ollingtmi Col-  ilory Oo\y,, or from or off tlio Ini-<1  of tho mihl (Jom'pniiy.wiH lio pron,  ociitwl to llm full oNtont of tiii* law,  V,  P. Units  S������)ici'iiito;idoiit  WwUliitftou Colliery Co,y,  NOTKJE.  HWug on locoiuoliYcu tw\ rt\\l  wr.y car* of the ynlon Holllnvy  I n.mui'iiiy hv anv pewcm or |tt*r-  ������rtviM---f*yci-*-,t lain pww���������*lij strictly  prali?,vUcd. Kmpioyeofi rr<> siih.  loc tot'iutnUial for ullowtt)-* family order  KllANCIS 1).  LlTTJ H  .MaiiArfoj  *^>VlA*A**^aM������^%^^vv^l*v^A^^ cniranti^i), bkitish Columbia,  .'^sjiid tecrimm<?nd   South    Vancouver   property.     Its  beautiful  situation, closeness to city and rapid devel-  - oji'iiont. allinsiiro bin; profits tu j.inrcha-it-1'S at present jn-iees,.'  Building lots in Bfpck 333 AKiv KNOWN to be splendid buying owing to their choice location; new street car line hclll  jties and continued upbuilding,,   0UR    SPECIAL   'OFFER   'incnlor to reduce exp^nWofwlesihen and W   "���������  test the value of advertising good properties in the Ciimlwfland News    WE    WILL   GIVE    $5.00   to eHch  party answering this adverti������em.eflt who purchases, one of the above lots* before April 15th from us direct P.viCE .���������$':-*���������  5  $50 cash; 1 al $15 per month. Ourfinn personally guarantees each lot. Write to-day. The lots are choice. Their number ie  I f vou have any Vancouver Property for Sale P" f   TXT IV TO   i~}T~1 S~\C*    -������������������ ...->  LussciiuFciyo?,. ,   ELKINS BROS. " ^"'fr*  VANCOUVER. B. C  l,*!***-?****<*-*^-������r?*^������-^!*?--"  iNOl'ICE is hereby givon that  ;30 tbiys after ditto I intend to aj)-*-  ply to tbo lion. Gliiof Com mission-  ������������r of Land-* and Works, for 11 License to prospoct for coal aud petroleum on and under tbe fojldw--  hi^ land situated0in the Coinnx-  - District:'���������Oomiiiomsinjr ut a post  'iiiarkod southeast "corner of oluim  "No. 2, placed about 20 elnutts west  from the S. E. stormy of Section  ;52 Don man island, rniiniua We-ft  8(1 chuinS;North SO chains, Eu't  ,-SO ebajfis, t hence -South $0 ehains  ,to point of coninieticeineot.  Jlai'i-yMoClu-fky.  J. ,E...Hntlei\ Ago 1  ���������Dated March Ht.li.ToiO.  Ihe drink of strong men and healthy wonr-n.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimi), B C  JOHN McLEODS  FdRFIRST-CLASS  '    OANOY, FRUITS.  ���������CJCllAflK k fOBAflCOy  HERCULES Stump Pullers  aD. Hunden  JL^o i" 111 No. 11. ."���������'..,.,.  LAND A^T  Form of-Niitieo  (���������oniox !."d    IMs.tr'ei  .   I); ���������:."' ���������   r ,'.'��������� V.r-    !.-"'-(!,<i  TAiK u>.,.-���������<���������/ ���������������������������,';::  : i ,��������� en    I'll'  flf v'J���������������������������', '���������.'���������   !>iiy, ������������������',    {.'. . bw'Ojw.t^/,..  Matron, iiitiji's'i'ls to'apply . for pci-  ���������nis-sion to lease the   following de-'  scribed lands:-���������On Cortes Island.'  B. C,being tha' portion of Squir  rel Cove known i>s the   noi'thp'isw  .erly arm ati'd  leseribed as follows;  ; ���������-Commencing ;it a  post  planted  r-:oTi--^'n'F~^tToTB      alTouT"*1     SUIT  ���������yards   nui'thwest   of   the    north  west cornt-r of timber limit 302(15  *hence    southeasterly   alone-   the  , ���������     *- *ry.  ' n . asterly shore one-half mile  >uore or less to the. southeasterly  ���������shore thence'fol I* * wing' the  soulli-  oiistei'ly shore in   a   southwesterly  n.Hrt'Ction 200 yards inore or less to  llio  southwostoi'ly    shorn   thonce  ri'M'thwestei-ly'alOiig the soiitlieriH  . iva'sterly sho.ro.protli.io.od along the  imaginary   line   across   S'jiiiri'el  ,,  Oove to ft point on tlu- mirrliwest-  , orly shoro tbeiice iiortluirly  nlong  I the westerly shore  to   the   iioi'lh'  1 shore thence soii'thoiistoi'ly along  ', the northeasterly slmpo To point of  1' ,       .    '  v '   , ��������� ; - ,  ), coinui,jtieemojit nnd coiitiu'iiitigsi.*;.  ty{lj()) iiitrliis i'udi'o or lo-ss.  Helen Hull, Applicant.  JMtod March 1st, 1010. .  NOTICE is hereby given that  thirty days after tho first publication of tlii'H notico, I intend tn  npply to tho Superintendent of  JVovinei'il Police for a hotel li--  ijeiiHo for the Port lvusnin Ilotol,  sitiiiitod iit Tort Kiisaiu, I! C\.  for the six   months*-  ending Juno  imii, iiiio.  P.Hlph C. Uoi'loaiw.  D.U01I Mnroh lr*tv 1010,  Poi't Kiisani, Ik <\  m.i. ni������ ������������������ 111 wmmmmmmtmmmmm  iKorin J*J". 0  LAND ACT  Section \\\  Huppi't Lund Di-dricl,  Dinlrit't of���������  I TAKlvXOTlCK, that. Arthur  homiiH Goo.lspeod, of tho City of  I'itttoi'iii in tlio provinoo of Hritiflh  lolnmhin, oeciiputioii a funnel',  [itmiiln to apply for porniiHtdou to  lni'f.lmm* tin*' ftiMint'lit';* df-''!'!!'! ���������!  iiui;, ��������� ��������� ('"inmcnc'iig 'ut a p.'..)  j'uilted nt tuo t-tiiithwi'Kr, 01 tenor of  tit* Indian Fie: one at I lardy Hay,  nineouvor Island, tbonoe north it-  UNION' S.-a CO., of B.C. Lid,  VVtelf^eijiJ service   beto-e������n *r������t..<ji>uv(.i',  Nanidio; tjnion. Cois'ti-c, i-y  ihe  staal (Mydu bu'Iv twin to- ���������:������������������,   .  gteu-iK-r *-C').\'U'.l.*N"  Saili:'},'as ni.dtr ���������  Lsaves Viti,eo.;\*e:, Satunlay H ��������� u.  Arrives Nunnimo,  SatuMiij 12 ^ m  Arrives Uiiion, Snnd"y 'i v. in  A/ri*eQCV'iuiux,   -ii.uu;^- S    m  Re'-uiMJ*'!,':���������  /.oaves Con���������,' S'iid:!' 4. [> in  Liavos Ud'oj St4i.,l;iy ,*> i, u,  Arrtver i**-i,iu:aio, SxiiuLy 1) ;,- m  Atn*'������^3 VancouvorMoniiay " ���������������������������. sal   -  '���������"(������{?���������������' l������*Vfii UtiiouCoi-Oljii.la*,-,.!:  ory it nJay iu<n:ii.,; on nrnvn' of "C  lOt-"AX.;" and i.-.-iyt* O'.mwrl.i. d t--nif;'  at. \   |jlu,   WJnntA'tiiig  ft-ilh  (irvasnnr   ,-:  U, ion.  *r; &  raor.tiir. A c-  wilh a b**c  nccessa-y .-*  meat i: n. i u  Try R iiiti*  canned tr^ct ���������  I  '/'"V  <T'\  1-0 Ii    SALK���������Two    houses,  on "'DnnsHii'ir   Ave ue.     Go a  terms.    Apply   to.  ,  Courte'ti-Jv.  NOTICE..  rs W}!- be r������*caii-i'd   by the  ���������iv. tho rnaMcr (i'  C''!ripuny_Ii")(  ���������ai-:   ' 'X'.'-jiiC-*���������- i')  ."I'p-^'iiiiou iiei'  and ainondiejr A'*!i-; ;.��������� >i in ilie  mao.'o'i' '-I   .'': ���������    Ci'oino**;   and  Okmpbell. I.,ake Ti-*u::way Company Ltd,   .  'TAKR notico' thfjf a map. or plan  and boo!; of referetice ?!::)"^';n!:'; ;'.>  lands f.''v..''.M!i.-. ]���������.'���������   :���������:���������'���������:������������������: ���������..  '���������   :'.-,-���������  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd-  1020'Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver,^, C.  *{**M**KH**I*������tH*'I**i������'H*'H*^*H**H*n-*l*  I tuinberSand.. Livery  tmi Feed Sta  ���������I*  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST ; CLASS  RIGS :t)P :'ALf;  IUtfDS   .....  wood-  and Coal  ���������i*  t  Y  T  ���������i  -*i*  i  I  ...  X  aX  ���������STRlTTEWr-iOAf,- red a!1J  white, without-earmarks or brand.  The owner can have .same, by pny-  in������for this ad. J. E. Calnan,  Happy Valley.     "  E. ti.  Enide   Pijia  h'ttino-  ami  Cteuei'Ji] repairing.'  i  Dntisiim'r Avenue  nUMniCRLANI),   Ii. C  *'f,*i*'f*i������ji'*j'*^'-^*^ki'*f''-j**^'r4,^^'M',f*,f'"J4*f-  *���������  oafl  !  0  4  (0  **" '-    is  H p -8  %������*  ���������5^3  ^ ^ ts  - ������ ? M &  MM  ,8  ��������� ts  tl     !  '1    '  a  C    .  -M5  c  ��������� H  ���������0  a | p*  w  '   ,*���������  "I  I   * *���������  I ������������������ *?  B 8������  K  J* rr.  rs >  >f       |     M  i?5S  s t  ,H ������  H  t*.    ij  U  11  i?  as  ������ $  9  1  ������"  . '0 ,.  ������  KOR SALE^-A milch cow,  newly enl veil .Apply to Alex Ui-  q ii hurt, ("oiirto.'iay, J], (J.  D. HONDEN'S  "' -:  KOTICR  :  -"^Il"WTT"M6TKlay*lin^"Tnesda)- -  will be in town to deliver Fees';  Hniterand all kinds ofVegetable  also        potatoes;   .       wjl  .I-,!.- li!  .in ...   or ;i:l'i"    ftnit-;     riot  necetisariiy accepted.  Apply to John   Mttndell 'Sarti-  wick, I1. C.  .'hir-l Street  New Westminster Latn'l. Di^'iict  Disuirt of New W'i'-t'. ;���������'--i 'i.;  anil  ������ell cheat).  TARi  '!!.  Cinu Ykuk,  . Saiuhvick,  ��������� "���������Al.ways the same, and just as-  good as ever. The '���������Grand Duke"  Cr-2-ai-. "-  An.'Ac! in the Nk  pays.    Try it.  vvs  : Send: us your name and  address, and we will mail  to you absolutely free, the  most. complete catalog of  sportsmen's supplies ever  published on the Pacific,  Coast.  FRASER HARDWARE GO.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  WMUMtMMHa  j  .''"hllhui.   uf  'A:-V.],  .ends l't ap]i!v ioi'  .purcha^e'lhe '''i-i!-i'.v;ii<;.;''--  " lands: --C oni :ner.;':' r ��������� ������������������ '> t  platited a' ''he No'-th j-*.::  of '.-. invito :*. !s!"in:i  ;\���������������������������.'.  ' .'iie'u-,   co,i;;.'iM.;':"   ot'.-.,-  ; acres rr. im ovit-?*-.  !, r.,-v7  ;'Dated F'--':'":;.���������'-"��������� *'!:.  :',  I.cvi-r Bmii.-rs', T^.'r.ii.,  free. ;i caki' *' I t':w:' ���������";.  toilet "roup, i,t yo;- tne*,:;*,  :. -; jo- o  ./* iv n-:  !iri;-!f  :iiii;r;ri;-  'ii '���������  -t������i������" *&  KEVISION OF-REGISTER-OF VOTERS.  TAKE NOTICE that objections have been made to the retention, of any ol the.  to lowing names upon the Register of Voters for the Comox Electoral District. And  take notice that at the Court of Revision to be held on Monday the 2nd day of May  1910., at the Court _ House, Cumberland, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon I shall hear and  determine the same, and unless such named persons or some other Provincial Voter en  their behalf satisfies me that said objections arc not well founded I shall strike such  names nj( the said Register.  Dated 5th April, 1910  JOHN BAIRD,  REGISTER OF VOTERS  ta$?  ���������5  V  if.  UI  W  SiVMK.  Ilii(*L-,.i.s, Tl try  It .vl-cr, Hmul  * 1, lUU'V. iltf n V,  Siti'ir.Miii'. Ariil.iu  Kilh, Wi'lln.i  I'l'l'tlU'llllJ,  I |i|.||  I'"' ilit<t,, ,11 iii 11 A,  III lillll.O nt'i'it  Hiti*******. ,lii hum  .\!iir<lnill, Aiiliur K,  Mil li ry, .1 .wen  MifUrt'i'.ir. IfciiiRiilil  iMM'll, U,    ,l,t,|lt'H   ->l,  ' '���������-.','   tl.'H I   l,ii.Ji  .''.tinj', IJt*u y  I '   "*<. .1, M  KK'dDKNi'K.  NuitnllM Channel, Vulik*/. Jtl,  ������ if ni'vcr  Itn'l; ll.y  jTolitlilet  liny  'ulinul 14.*.', Tliiir-fttt/IJ.  ������������������       ���������< i,       I,  |(J|itirdi lltitiM', Ho,itl Id,  jl'.iii* I'Ml.C, MillH ('.,. -snunnit  'Li'l'Jl, JllfitJll'l, Nlmul liny  j Thorl'iw  "������������������'���������"��������� '' ' T. ,:,-!.!,; !ti,.i���������  I l-t-nk lUy  T. urlow  s  oCvt'/'ATio:;,  I Hfl.nl t,*(-;t*l'  \ h"(.'BlT  ; .l itrinVeimr  i l.'i-jKfr  I htiiuiii ruiao  [ I/oji'i r  ! Ktll'l'ji'O*  ' hoifi*cr  I   1,  ! Ml.,er  ! I* K������*r  I t iirii.tir    ,  ,J  ���������>'.    "  , I'Mj/hiftT  I l.i*i.i',*r  NATURE OK UB.IBC1JON.  V ad  Nosi R**nldoBt  ,1  1,      11  D.nd  11  ,N'ff   R*M'd**;t  li'ii I  Koi*i' urttl 1 mm  rmtmmwmvwar .umuvtmew ijiw-m**>-fi*iijw-,f*i|j yen ���������*���������������  mtmmMmmft ������m.x.'*,imwats~m.'r+l Kxj.M:.t^.^ntmmi J+mm . jma  it.  , ,. t>\ , 11       .'l^vin'iut *       Ui  Inliun llii������(M'v������t tliii'ty tthuiiiH In  fifl Konih linn of Timlin' l.iwiiHc  iiiiipdi*  4<W������V2, tliBti������o wf'.*.tMi'lv  li'ty clinln'S thuiiiw hhuiIu'iIv for  (dllllllti tO   T'-Uliinutt",   Cl'i-1*. Ht'il 1  The Courtenay Hotel  l.v������r,i- lionvuniwri-*!-f������������r(*ii������WB.     {  XhuUiutiiil Hot 1 ior SyurUrnon    j  It'iuto citHtt'rlv    f<ilh>*A'lii'r ttl<*ntri,, .   .,  lo snld Cr*������'l" lo tin' iiuint 'if t-oiii. i I  I , , . i''1 "'������������������ "'r' '  wni'iii'icnt,  an*l I't-ntiniin*: om ;  Ldntd hiuI  forty  (Iin)  m-m\     RATES      n*A*.������un*     ;  I* I 11 um.1. ������i> i. 11 11  tit*.!*..  Subscription to The News  fma\  1  rom April  sst   Will be  Afimvn Tnnv\* C,or>nirr.t:lh  ,  Jqlm *Johitt,lGi\,   Prop  K������f4t^V������*,!������v*,*,,,vl^ ,u^<>.    I THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  A FAMOUS P80PHET,  In disorders and diseases of children drugs  seldom do good and  often do harm.  Careful feeding and  bathing are the babies'  remedies.  Scott's Emulsion  is the food-medicine that  not only nourishes them  most, but also regulates  their digestion. It is a  I wonderful tonic for children of all ages. They  rapidly gain weight and  health on small doses.  FOB. SAW ST AU, PKUCGIJT8  Send 10c,, turn*' of piper and thin. sd. for  our beautiful. Saving* Bank anil Child'*  8ketch-B'iok. Bach bauk conuini a  Good X,uck Penny.  SCOTT * BOWNE  128 Wellington St., WhI, Toronto, Ont.  Holds Travelling Record  James J. Hill probably lias the longdistance record for travel in recent  years. He is the great transconti-  nentalist. He has art office in New  York, anotheer ^in St. Paul, and a  third on the Pacific. He is constantly  moving from one to the other, looking  alter ihe tmnnciul interests of his  road in thu east and its physical '���������*-  terests in the west. It was Mr. Hill  whom Grover Cleveland creuitect wiia  greater foresight in economic matters  than any other man in public or business life.  erAix of Ohio Crtt oKTotroorr  Lucas Cock-it. ( "���������  Tnssx J. Chewy mnkw oath that tie Is nenlo*  ��������� partner of the firm of F. J. CittVEr & Co., doing  business In the Cltj* of Toledo, Count'' and state  nforesal,!, and that said ftr*a will pay the sum ot  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for cacti and cv-ary  caeo of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tiie use ol  BALL'S CATARRH Ct'ilE,  Ff-M.VK J. CHENEY.  Rworn to before mi, nnd auhscrlticd In uiy presence,  tills (th day of December. A. v.. IS3G.  I "*-^- I A. W. 0LEA80***.  I Z%Z f NOTAHY ruBUC  Hall's Catarrh Cute Is tnls������n Internally &"d ar  directly upon the liiood and taucrns aurfitci'a of t  D'ltcm.  Send for tattimo'ilntii, frne.  ������ P, t. CrTE.VBV & CO.. Toledo  Bold by all PruMinw, *���������*<���������. .  Tail Hall's Family Pills tor conitlpatloo.  "Yes, the poor fellow had three doctors attending liini."  "Is that so? And couldn't thoy find  out which one killed him?"  A man can travel a long journey  without thinkim,' of Roirg back homo  unless his family is with htm.  No child nhottltl be ullowod to suffer  an hour from wornm when prompt relief can be pot in a mmjilc nut atroni*  rometly���������Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  Hut a wotnnn onn't he arrested for  holding up her own train.  Lift If* drops* of soiindul,  Little irntit's of rot,  M������kn a famous novel,  Out of wlint is not.  BILIOUSNESS    is certainly one of the most dis-  ftBriutaliln iiilnii'iitH ivlilcli fli-nii is  hnir tn, Coiitcd tonffiit*���������bftt, *r  tiiHto in tli** niotHh���������nautten���������dir/.i-  ni'Hs���������-thf'Hf* eninliiiii' to nii'ke I'f" it  bunion. The cansi* in a <1i������oi*tl(*r*'il  liver���������the oure* l>, Morse's Iti'lffM  Hoot Tills, They go Htmifflit lo  tho. root nl lh>* Irouble, -nil. Un*  liver riirht., ������.*l.*m,-j- tbn 'Hlo'tti'e'i  innl boivel.t, (>|f������������p IIk������ tOftKiK* ftrifl  tiikt* ttwiiy the liitt������r IhhI,������ frtitn the  inmitli. ,-U the (ii>il hIkii of liilimj.*!-  lin.HH take  DR,  MORSE'S  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  Rev.  Michael   Baxter Who  Died   In  London Once a Curate In Canada.  Many prophets have arisen during  recent years to proclaim the coming  of the end of the world���������only a few  months ago 500 persons assembled in  n chapel in Massachusetts to await  the dread event���������but few achieved  greiiter notoriety than the Rev.  Michael IV Baxter ("Prophet Baxter"), whose death has occurred iu  London, England.  Mr. Baxter, who was -seventy-six  years of age, was a lineal descendant  of a brother of Richard Baxter. He  was a Church of England clergyman,  and in 18*50-61 ��������� was a curate in Ontario, and though he lived long  enough to see a great many of hia  prophecies falsified, he was never  dispirited.  "Prophet Baxter," however, leaves,  behind him one prophecy. It concerns the Man of Sin who is to stand  revealed to the world in the period  between 1929 and 1931. Previously  Mr. Baxter had marked out Napoleon  III., and then General Boulanger.  among others, as the Beast who  would brand his followers on the  brow with the mystical number 666,.  but these personages disappeared not  fulfilling their destiny.  The latest revised version of the'  prophecy points to the* Man of Sin in.  the person cf the chief of the 8o-'  cialists and Democrats, who will ap-i  pear to brand his host twenty yeara'  hence. The Book of Daniel showed,  Mr. Baxter clearly enough that beheading will be the fate of thousands1  refusing to worship the Man of Sin's'  graven  image. (  "Prophet Baxter" could name the!  twenty-three States to be reduced ta  ten by war and revolution, and an-1  other result which he obtained from  the Book of Daniel was the interpre-1  tation of Balkan politics. t  Mr. Baxter was a genuine philanthropist, and many of his good works  were carried out in such a quiet wayi  that few knew of them. On his return to England from Canada he or-,  ganized the Willow street Philanthropic Mission in Shoreditch, at which:  bod and shelter are | provided, for  many starving men whose pitiful  plight appealed to Mr. Baxter. An-'  other work in which he was particu-  Jariy^JnJejr^ed_was the distribution1  of th? Gospel m "Cbntin'ental���������citiesr-  So taken up was he in this that fori  a number of years, until his infirmity  made it impossible, he used to goj  almost every Saturday to one or another Continental town and. standing  in the streets for six hours or more,  give away some thousands of copies1  of the Gospels. ���������      .*  Anglican Bl-centenary.  The Bi-oentenary of the Church of:  England in Canada will be celebrated!  thia year at Halifax, N.S., when tiie,  ' new cathedral will bio opened, in the  , presence of a great gathering of  jchurch people from England and the|  lUnited States, as well ua irom var-!  ! ioua parts of Canada, It waa. in 171DJ  that October 10 was made a day ot  thanksgiving tor the success of Her  Majesty's amis in subduing Port  Royal, now Anrtapolis Royal, M. ae<  Suliircase having surrendered to Cot.!  2V'<*ho'������on, Between forty and flftyj  ���������English and American and Canadian'  bishops havo promised to be present'  ut the two hundredth anniversary o:  this notable event. The Bishop ot  London has been invited. The Canadian Churoh Congress is to be held at  Halifax also, so that the oldest colonial diooeso in tho Empire is preparing  tor a memorable celebration.  More  Necessary.  A wishbono won't do n man muel,i  good unless along with it goes a deal  of backbone,  IN PAIN FOR YEARS  "FBUIT-A-TIYES" BRIMS RELIEF  v*A$* J&  ���������4''wYjmHi  '^������������������������������������HB>t!sfiHlv'<,^>  :V������F*  * ^Bfc^  '���������*;  *^HI  9������'Wa\w0  ��������� '���������>-'*��������� jraf  - .T.iip^  "*     'txtS  * 'WiiWr-.- v*-.  *r^\                      **,*mm91eWmm9W3k\.i.  v .*-������SwHkW{  ���������*���������+' ^*^a\9W5~Kik^a\m\  y. [���������^-���������fpfra  ���������SPf^S-SK!  ARs^'"'   \*-n^H^^V*v^l?e2m  ^- ^--f^t^m^  Humor of the Hour  William, a little country boy of six,  was snowbound with his mother at  the house of an aunt, twenty miles  from his own home. The two, who  had driven over in a sleigh just to (  spend the day, were forced to remain  three nights, and were supplied by  the hostess with garments to sleep in.  There being no sniall boys in his  aunt's family, William was put to bed  to wear anything with so many frills  .'iid lace trimmings around the neck  and on the sleeves.  "I won't stand it mummer," he  loudly protested on the second night.  "I won't wear anything so girly! I'll  run away, you see if I don't, and per-  ish in a snowdrift before I'll put that  thing on again. Why, rather than  wenr that���������that valentine nichtgown  ���������I'll sleep raw!"���������-New York Times.  "SALADA" is the same wherever or whenever  you buy it���������always of unvarying good quality*  MRS. PRANK EATON  Fraakville, Ont., Sept. 2?, X909.  "I suffered for years from headache*  end pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and took every remedy obtainable without any relief. Then I began  taking "Fruit-a-tives", the famous fruit  juice tablets, and this was tbe only  medicine that ever did me any real good.  I took several boxes altogether, and  now I am entirely well of all my dreadful headaches and backaches".  (Signed) MRS. ^RANK EATON.  (50c a box, 6 for $2.50 or trial box, 35c  At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited,  Ottawa.  I  A  Valuable Scheme  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy"s new plan  for the encouraging of settlement in  the west contemplates the building ���������'of  homes on th������ ln."d thnt is for sale v*d  the placing in them of first-class British farmers who have the money with  which to buy such property. This  outrlit to get into the country some excellent people. Many a farmer may  b.t prepared to take up a prepared  farm who would not care to begin on  tip. absolute waste.���������Toronto Mail and  Empire.  a voiceTrom "  nova sgotia  STATES   THAT    DODD'S    KIDNEY  ��������� P-l-LLS-SUMLy_J)iiaiS_^^_.  BRIGHT'S DISEASE.  The father who sets bad examples  should not be surprised if his son gets  busy and hatches them out.  Minard's Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.  Bound to  Recover  Patient���������"Tell me candidly, Doc, do  you think I'll pull through?"  Doctor���������"Oh, you're bound to get  well���������you can't help yourself. The  Medical Record shows that out of one  hundred cases like yours, I percent;,  invariably recovers. I've treated 99  cases, and every one of them died.  Why, man alive, you can't die if you  try! There's no humbug in statistics."���������Lippincott's.    ,  Mothers Feel Safe  With Baby's Own Tablets  Ellie J. Mirk Suffered from This Terrible Ailment for Four Years, but  Dodd's Kidney Pills Made Her a  Weil Woman.  '   "Miscou Harbor, Gloucester Co., N.  >S. (Special).���������That any remedy that  ! will cure  Bright's  Disease will cure  any form of Kidney Disease has long  * bnon admitted by the medical profession, and this place   furnishes    one  i more undoubted proof    that   Dodd's  Kidney Pills will cure Br'ght'a Dis-  ;ease,   For Ellie ,T. Mirk, well known  [ here, had Bright's Disease, and Lodd's  : Kidney Pills cured her'.  !   "I suffered for over four years from  \ Kidney Disease which developed into  i Bright's Disease," Miss Mirk states.  i"l had pains in head and back and  stiffness of the joints.   I lost my appetite and suffered from dizziness and  shortness of .breath.   I was weak and  languid nil tbo timo.  "I was always nervous and could  not keep my thoughts from wandering.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured me. Today I have not one of these,distressing  symptoms,"  Wtrlocted Kidnev Complaint dcvol-  ops* into Bright's Disenso, Heart Disease or Diabotes. Dodd's Kidney Pills  cure any and all of these, But it's  easier and safer to cure the earlier  sv'iiptQnifi by using- Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Jrfothers who have used Baby's'Own  Tablets say they feel safe when they  hKve this medicine in the house, as  the Tablets are a never-failing cure  for the ills of babyhood and childhood.  And the mother hf.s the guarantee of  a^ government analyst that this medicine contains no poisonous opiates.  Mrs. Walter Barr, Mountain Grove,  Ont., says:���������"My little boy suffered  terribly from teething and from constipation. Nothing I gave him did  the least good until I gave him Baby's  Own Tablets and these brought him  speedy rslief.., Every mother of  young children, should keep the Tablets in the home." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  .fr.oni-'tt^Dx^^iilianis' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.       ������������������-���������   =   -   :������������������.  The Ambiguous Cook  Mrs. De.Aysker���������"Did your cook  leave on account of the extra 15 cents  n \v"*-k that the Razor woman offered  her?"  Mrs. Van Holmer���������"I can't tell. She  said she was going to leave because  she wanted the change and T don't  know whether she meant the mo toy or  the new place."  Corns cannot exist whon Holloway's  Corn Cure is applied to them, because  it goes to the root and kills the growth,  ^���������"Enthpr's trin abroad did him so  much good," said the self-made man's  dim,shtnr. "He looks botter, feels better, and as for appetite���������honestly, it  would do your heart good to hear him  eat."���������Everybody's,  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  The prouder a man can be of hnving  done his duty the nmdder ho usually  was when he was doing it.  Peere Before the Matt.  Thero is at preuent serving on a oer.  tain V, & O. liner a young and -mi.  lous oflla.'.r known 11s Mr. ttonald Arthur Dahwll, who in real life bears Uie  lit.'e of Lord Diil-.<'11 and Llberton, heir  to Lord Curnwuth, u Scohih/i oati,  Ua i.1 not the only mr\, howover, who  hnn served In tlio mercantile murine.  The present Earl ot Egmont nnd the  late Earl ol Aberdeen both served be.  fort- thu must, whil 1 the present I/ord  I.yvetlim wus ut ono time u ship*  iskwurd.  LA GRIPPE  Arrested, and Consumption Cured  Mr. 0, D. ColwolJ, of Wnlkarvllle, Ontario, waa utrloken down  wltb Im Orippo In lfXXJ aiul It left him in very bad condition,  Ho snysi I wot nil run down and bordering on Consumption.  I could not sloop at nights, had awful swoats, and coughed nearly  tlio whole time, This Is how I waa' when I began to take  Psyehine, in a law nervous state t but from ths flr������t boltln J bngnn  *r, tmrivnvt, Tt, did marvolM for mo and brought tno book to health ,  In no timo, makiiiut a now innti ot mo. it lot-tiiitx* U.u LuUj i>hA::A  the attacks of La tiri'ipt) and is a mini pun���������uulutlvt. I nlwnyi* takn  l'tiyohluo if I fuel a oold ouiuiug ou and It puts tno right in no I  tiiiiu,"  NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT PSYCHINE     ;  PSYCHINE is the Greatest Strength Restorer and S>������U*u  Builder known to medical icience, and should be used  lor COUGHS, COLDS, WEAK LUNGS, LOSS OF AP-  PETITE. WEARINESS  For Rule bj* all Druggists and Deslers, SO (rente and  $1 p������r bottle.  Dr. f. A. SLOCUM, Limited  1^^^ TORONTO  F-SV-CRiRE  GREATEST OF ALLTONICS  j   Krrand Boj* (who had been sent by  .his muster with a note to his friend's  office*)���������"Sir, your friend must he gritting very sfiort-sfghiid." "Why i������ that,  my hoyP"    "Beenust*   It**   imk"il mo  , where my lint was, and it was on my  Mieiitl nil tho time,"  T.iWtuoy   soan   Is   delightfully   ro-  fr -oiling for Rath or Tnil'if,   For wnsh-  'ii'B   underolothing   it is unequalled,  Cleanses nnd piiriil"s. tf  Mot'ier (ster'tlv)���������Who drank the  jrnilk hi tlm pitcherP Tell tho truth,  ' now!"  Tommy���������"T   ('rink   it,   ninminii, I  i wanted ftt H'ti* (f ft wi's sour,"  I   Mother���������"W������ll, Ktipptmtt it liittl been  isoitr���������whnt th"ti?"  1   Tommv--W"ll then I wouldn't have  : (trunk it, ������������������������'���������"  Free to Our Render**,  Writ* Murine Eye Itemmly Co,, Ch|.  oncto, for 4������-niign illustrated Eye Book  Kree. Write all about Your Eye  Trouble nnd they will advise ns to the  Proper Application of the Murine Eye  Itnmnilies in Your Special Cnse, Your  Druggist will tell you that Murine He-  lliev-s Sore Eyes, Strengthens Weak  Eyes, Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye  T'nln. ntul ne!!* for flfla, Try It In Your  E*'<^ and in' Baby's Eyes for Sculy  **.-,,11,1a nnd Ornniilation.  An Honeit Miikni.111  Mr*. Ynnnahritit>~Mrn, Hii'ilh hh*'s  tier,* i* lote of <*r**-Mm on her tnilU  ltnltl**** every mornir'n*.   Why is there  never any on youruP  ���������Wkrimn������������������"���������*������ too Iwwxt, l(t''.v,  that's why. 1 1111s iny i,i.iu<n ,-a. '.!!  thnt tlwrft ain't n**v������*r no room left  for crnum,���������Woman's Home Companion,  On Sale Everywhere.���������There may be  country merchants who do not keep (  Dr. Thomas' Eoloctric Oil, though thoy I  are few and fnr between, and thcfte  may suggest that some other oil  is  just ns good.  There is nothing so good I  as a liniment or i*s an internal medi-  cine in certain cases.   Take no other,  Thn demand for it shows that it is the  only popular oil,  Visitor���������Can yon tell me where Mr.  Oroonoorn's cottage is?  Country Youth���������I can for a nickel.  Visitor���������Here you ure; now where  is it,  Country Youth���������Tf's binned down,���������  Chicago Record-Herald,  Minard's LiiiJm<vit Co., Limited.  nr-ntleiiien,���������My daughter, 1.1 yurs  old, was thrown from a sleigh -mil injured lu>r I'lbnw so badly it romsitii'd  stiff and very painful for thr������o yunrs.  Four bottles of MINARD'S iMNT-  AFEIVT coiiipleh'lj' ftirt'd Jmr ami she  hits not been troubled for two years.  Yours truly,  .1, R, UVE8QUE,  St. Joseph, )������.0��������� J8th Aug,, JDOO,  Rrnaii is not tho musical composer's  only staff of lift*.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That Is MXATIVB RROMO QIIIN-  INE.   Look for tht* sli*n������turo of E.  w. ar.ovr.. v -1 ty,-, *<.nriii ov������>r to  Pure n fold iu Ono Day,  "What is a tlotiiestlc animal,  nirtth������������rP" aslctl n little boy. "A do*  nifstin imininl," n*plii������ti tlm latly, with  11 scornful uliinct* at pateidtiuillits, who  wn������ pnttiini on hU cont, "Is niv who  11A ~  Its native purity and garden freshness is per*  fectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets*  -���������- Black, Mixed and Natural Green. iOc, SOc, -30c and 70e per lb. ������������������ -  I The Melodrama  j It w(*������ Aunt Mittiltlii'H tlrM visit to  la nvVrn ���������tf-u'ttniim- and when a my*  Istfrious lim-xdiu *vlu*il throtiuh the  'aiidiforitirn she |iiil|i"l Iter wraps about  1 her.  I "Dear iin������!" sit*' e|ii"iil.it"il, in 14  'loud whinner, "I hone tiny ain't turn-  Una on tltetti lh������r 'l<*������*-tric funs -neb a  I day a* this."  I "8h : utififfe," Mfifjmi' d Un ni<**-������  iw'illi *������-iiJ*,������rr,,.*.,������i'in-iii, "iiui* i* lh.* vll-  , h'nn *���������/-������������������^/','' lt-r-r.r-r.r������'v������-iii*i-.'"  He Knows  "Doctor, what is Injurious sniok-  I ln������r  "Smokinc anrtbintr that'* handed  , jrou."���������'Itoston  Herald,  .      CURE  m im lEiKtit m <gpfiii������%>s  ������ effective.  W. H, U., Ne. TH.  STDAWtuBOV  A pui������ Ftutt J������l!r Powder���������(uit tht  find pun C.Itm root Jolly fiavo-ad'  only by t)>������ Burn fruit.  ^   Pure Gold Jelly Powders  Off������i you "Bettf 1 Qu������llty" 00 the uble���������leu wotk lo the kttcbu,  '' Oor Book of!l*sblp������������ S������'nt Vrti*  Ut u. w������4 yog ourVijiublf little boelc 'Yh*         *4trM������l p^ildou*D������*iiMti,;-' ittetltysuhov ���������   t..1 ",'   -'~ .'. ���������  to nuke My ������uml������r of dainty deMni ind de-  ItciMi MM. Jb ������f)-llttl������ tlow Md tlmot o������  trouble ������n  ���������'' Pure Gold; Mfg. Co., Limited  ' ;Toronto  ���������iu:  CA.NAOA  ���������m<>Ma ��������������� R.ftncl  (*>d in 10c in stamp, to pay pack.  Ini aad po*ti|e and let ua .end y������m  Itnenui .amplei of oar VanUta  aad Lemon Extract! and a tmall cam  o! Baklni powder. Mention yaw  'own ud de.ler'i aitse aad addraw.  The only nourislTmcnt that bread  affords is that which the flour contains.  Bread baking is merely putting flour in  appetizing form.  Flour making is merely putting wheat in  shape for bread making.  Royal Household Flour  is made from carefully selected Manitoba Hard  spring wheat. Every pound is almost a pound  of food; clean, and nutritious.  It  goes farther,   does better  baking and  is more sattsfactbry in every way  than any other flour.    asIs, your  grocer, 12  Ogilvle Flour SUIXs Co., United.  Whore Christie's Biscuits  come from���������  Tha cla-tntst factory Is Canada  THE Chrletle, Brown biscuit factory U In keeping with  tht international reputation of tht firm. Viiitort  know juit why Christie's biscuits are the best baked-tnd  likiuJwij visit tht* bis factory every Mason.  The Chriitie. Brown people itake their reputation on  cleanliness and quality. The raw product ii the purest  and best money can buy, and every ounce of it it  carefully analyzed before it can enter the bake rooms.  Bvery device and machine-makins for the perfection of  the product-is used in the big factory. The bright and  cheertu) employes, all arrayed In spotlessly white uniforms laundried on the premises, speak volumes for the  sanitary conditions under which they work. You just  buy Christie's Biscuits once and you'll know why your  neighbors call them uao good." Tbe best grocers keep  them and they cost no more.  Christie, Brown A Co., Ltd., Toronto 17  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  &c/t7S7J/Oo//Z.  THE knowledge of the medlc'nal  value of spices dates back t!u>u ���������  sands of years. Indeed, there U  always a great satisfaction In  the thought that a thing can serve two  purposes well. Many homely remedies  handed down from our grandmothers���������  and I may <say that they will be passed  _*>*aUo_our_chlldre.n^a>jOLQmpi>*MJ!MlM������_  of spices. They are, indeed, a friendly  first aid in cases that are amenable to  ���������eniible home treatment  A spice bug Is one of the best remedies  for Infantile colic, or, In fact, any Intense pain. Fill a flannel bag with  clove**, allspice and cinnamon. Sew up  the ends anu heat In an oven. The delicious fragrance itself Ib refreshing.  Belief quickly follows Its application.  And this can lie used over and over  again. I advice that 'this be numbered  among your necessities.  Mustard needs not much lauding from  me. All of lis know the relief which  this gives In the form of a plaster or iti  the bath. When applied -to the feet, It  draw* the blood from other congested  parts, restores circulation and relieves  pain. Headaches are sometimes quickly  cured by this treatment.  ; Neuralgia, one of the common tiervii-  "facEing ^paTns7 wllPhe- lessened~hy^~ir  spice treatment. A moist poultice of  mixed spices, heated and applied to the  affected parts, will work wonders. Application *of a second one, when the  first has cooled, will hasten tho relief.  Your throbbing nerves will be soothed  In a wonderfully short time.  When a heavy, tight cold in the chest  has resulted from, draughts or sudden  exposure to cold, the relief lies in the  pepper boat. Black or red pepper chould  be mixed with lard and rubbed upon  the chest. Tie crease mitigates the  burning and enables the spices to bo  absorbed by the akin, The "morning  after" ��������������� tu' pt-otably see the lest of the  co.d,  Cloves for. an aching tooth���������whether  belonging to a child or an adult���������are  simple remedies in every household. I  do not understand why a person will  suffer for hours from this pain when  relief lias within the dried petals of the  clove blossom. Place It In or near the  tooth, and see what this friendly spice  will do tor you.  Before enduring hours of pain, Wok  over your splcebox. With a little  knowledge It will quickly be transformed to a medicine chest capable of  giving wonderful and harmleiss rel.ef.  ���������U  ^m*^MtrAa/y ma*to**>,/rt*Me4  /y 4U&r*tt,4myJ**a*  BREAKFAST TEMPER  I HAVE never fully forgiven people  who forgut their politeness, klnu-  nu. und everything Included under  - that term, "good breeding," at  breuiviHii, There are hundreds of men  and women who appear at the momlne  meal disagreeable, snappy aud cither  proceed to hurt other people's iec,ln���������s  by talking or by un ominous n.lcncc  Now, 1 ".log of you to tlilnk seriously  uf your lirc'U.'ual. Uui|,cr. It you hi.vi  been In .tho liubli of appearing do, tucdly  not at your lost physically, monla'.ly or  .socially, resolve thnt tomorrow mtirnlng  you will adopt a dirfirciit mctltud of  beginning (lie tiny.  Thii is not a rtlwlsltlon on health,  but It worn not am Iks for mo to suggest  that one's temper has much to do with  tiie proper digestion of food. Be cheerful, Enter the' breakfnRt room and begin the day by a polite "good morning."  You say It to your milkman; why not to  your husband, brothers or sisters* It  Is a, wonderful little icebreaker,  The grumpy man mny perhaps not  answer at the first time, hut do noi give  up. Repent (lis cost ot poiiuttu** tikaI  day, and ihe next. Yuu will find thnt  the cheery words will Anally elicit a  response, and tho ordeal of the first  meal of the day will not be quite so  trying.  A disposition to speak civilly to your  neighbor et the table, ndded to a wish  to pass the plate, w'll make l>ronkfniu a  cheerful family gotherlng-lnslend of a  trial of patience,  First, decide to begin the little round  of amenities at breakfast, With your  will power to sustain you through a  Possible rebuff from others who have  fallen Into dieagreenble wnys, yuu will  find that groat strides may lm mode.  *'n1r*on*etously the rest nf thn family  will full In with the easy, pleasant  swing nud tlv* Irlt-ht day will begin  with the rays of ntnshlne which ema-  ,nlc not so mtirh fro-i the outside, hut  from your own good will toward others.  SOLUTIONS OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS  No Girl Friends  DtUR Mr*,  Atlanta.  , . .   , ,  My alatar and I hav* a lot of t������>y  , muni!*, but. *vs isn't keep, s Shi  tt uud. J hsve silted differentstrli *ny,  u.i t)i������y isy ��������������� uHvAya not a* If *v*,h������i s  u in* ��������� lot mm* titan fh'V! but really, wt  um* iRrUTsV nriMr  it may be that the girls are jealous  aecause you ara both so popular with  il.o buys, Probably you do not try  to share your boy Mends with the  girls. Why don't you Invite tho boys  and glrli to your home occasional!*/, so  that you may all spend a pleasant ���������ven-  Ing* I reel stirs you will soon have girl  friends, If you will make an effort ta  Anxious for an Introduction  Dear Mra. Atlanta,  f *m wn-klne wht.ro there are many  ���������Title, one ������,f whom J would Ilka fq be-  eom* eemmlntef) wllh T have heari* ah*  woultl Ilka If sat acquaints!- with m������, t  have no ona to slvs.me an Intrndutitlfm  tn h#r    Stiall I apaakto har first, or let  ���������very day, A nBAPBH  Tou could not with propriety sneak ir*  ths young slrl without having an Introduction. If of the opposite so*;, nofs-'t  your employer know her ant? couldn't  n* make you bulh acquainted}  Presses to the Shoetops  t><   ,' Mrs. A*1sma,  t. I- wwr f.,v ������lrls Ii v.'n-a , '.it  ������j���������. ,,-������  areaasa to tf>#*r ���������h<Ki"t'������*  ta t������ nr * p> tn. a ������\r\ ���������t tf ti* itn ��������������� Ik I ������  f*i'-ti ������ I,,-. 4l'..������ . ui   -i.,.tti,i. ui mat, .  ki'.'tt * t.vn WM,*  If thU lentil Is NNwmln* to girls ������>f  In ��������� ive ������'!,, lipttltt ymi rner";tftit.  It   Is  ������<ttflv ',,:<,  f , i*���������tt, u, a,],,i,| |t  ������ e-lrl of l| .fioiiM nnl lit* nllowf<t lo  attend club meetings at nlglit. 8he Is  imi������i tt.autiitlly tun yuuna tu go out  walkliu- with the buys.  PT  Seeking an Introduction  I*������tr lira. A'lamai  4 sm s fsltly gfloti'looklng and raflnett  vounv man of II, aha would US* to know  h*'*v I tttlsht ^b-ftiiita arqualntad wllh s  ���������vjiuit- IsJy whom , .���������������Jv|Ma������,  It wilt ba necessary for you to have  ono of your friends, who Is acquainted  with the young lady, to make the Introduction,  Not Treated K'tndls  at Mrs, Ailama.  nm  n lm.-  \K vKiri, i.f  n|,f nnil  am ft  ���������iisnsar in the city. All the buys make  fun ot me. I hitvn im-il tu b������ good to  iham, Huw esn I win th-ir lnv������ snd  frlanitthlp* A^fTtl tNilWH  Probably you do not take enough se-  tlve wirt In th* ir siturta. Uo not make  tiie mistake of sitting l.tirk, wnltlng to  be asked to Join in Itnva nf vour a****  uu   l.wl,   iif-ti  l,u������   kintii,     miillrlii   reoufl  taxe their cours* in cas-a like yours,  fur boys are very democratic sn,| aio  quick to revuunisM worth in one of their  nuniti-r.  At an, Evening Weddint  D������i*f Mrs. Adarna.  Will yeu Vlteae tell me It It Is proper for  r    ,,,. (,*,������, f,������t ������t, a. faahi'inabla  ������is������r*'h ������*������ Mint tn itw ������v****.tns*f B. t. u,  ������t one wesrs a d<*collit������ frown no hat  I* wtirn, hut If on������������ w**������rs * itTgh-ne������*kiit,  I'i'i , .-.i->:\i'<J b .Ai, ,i i...i ,.ln,ul*4 Ui Vtiiiii.  Some Interference  ,I**ar V.r������-  PAum*  I ant it vowa <M, sM em *-*rs**#<t to a  ���������/"*������"* man of tl     III* muthar l'i������t*'**-->  with our sffslrs, and does not wsnt him to  pny me sitstit on. Kindly tall m������ If I  should accept her hospitality.  Jf.mv flunee do-* r,ot oWoet to my receiving l'tten from other jriung men ba-  cut-a or my axe. is it right tor tne to do  sot. BBLUB.  If she does not care to have her son  pay any attention to you, 1 cannot understand why she should extend any  .lospltiillly to you. Surely, you would  noi wnnt tf mil i'i: yoi.rsoif Indebted to  hei, Viirnlng iiui foiling tor you,  Certainly.  He, Insists Upon Paying  Pjsr Mn. Ailnini,        , . .  I sm a u.U . ( P, snd-tm enssitd to a  young mart of fl, i,'o-, I v.milil kindly unit  your advice na tn the'followlnsi Is It  tiroper for hhi v***n vlilt'nB me to r������v  for Ice rrenni rl.i I land nut for It!  Whenayr le ������lla 1 ran'rsly iaml for  eraam, and ha malatp upon puylnr* f r It-  It '' M  No; as you are tho hostess, you should  pay for the creum. An easy wi������y i"  avoid Imposing on him any lonutr Is  either to have ������ome mcnb-T of v**'r  family trn for the creum or to eton amid-  Ing for it.  Loves Him Not  Penr Mn. Adams,  I am u sir   ol  IP yaara,   Hav* torn ������n-  ...  . .    .   ....        nwt  Mm.  attontlnna, AWtlohfL**  four letter proves the statement often  msdo In theso columns! that s girl of  III or 17 is too young to know whet lier **r  not ahe lovea a mnn wllh nil h������r lumrt;  and I hope my young renders will tnlte  warning ty your confenalon. Now, tiie  I'Mst thing for you to do Is to ti*)l tlm  mnn to whom you are piu-ahimI 'n������t  whnt yoti hnvo told me. He will rp������i>f>rt  a frank acknowleilKment of your ml*-  tskt* more ihnn any litma extuso ymi  might fy to offer,  ��������� All Unsightly Sear  D*������r Mrs.  A*lsm*.  ".'1' i*...s'.rl."{.JJL_*"l?*L ���������Jl'.*���������".'��������� "I"?  x, <*  V     *i>-       ���������\  122  'V   0   J ���������''li1** \** **.  ������ * tif"  **' * 'r> t  A  ' 'h  Svfflthp //7e jptce-fag  TIME AND MONEY  SAVING HINTS  To Dun Cloth  0 DARN cloth, even thougn rauA  I      patience    Is    required,    both    in  ���������I- threa4!ngiths-neiitiie-and-!n-'jsing���������  the material, threads of the goods itself  should always be used.   Sometimes theaa  are   only   obtainable    in   quite   shoit  lengths; but, even so,  they are better  than  anything else;  and  sometimes  a  little paHetice will be able to draw out  more ami more from a specially  wide  seam  quite o long thread.   *Sexl to thcda  comes cotton of thp proper color; never  silk, no matter how tmnusome the cloth  may be.   Bante the rent uputi a piece of  Btlfhsh   paper���������writing   paper,   for   instance��������� which will permit easy bending,  but will not allow pulling away, me paper to be on the right side of the goods.  Then,   with   us   line   a   tieeale   us   will  carry the thread, draw slowly together  the lips of the rent,  taking only  tno  wrung side ol the cluth.   If the material  is thick, then stitches sli*������������Jil be carried  in as far as possible wltiiuul appearing  on the right side.   Tho word ��������� "nlowly"  Is used because this jinrtlculnr mending  can never tie done in the most haste,  first,  because  tho  woolen   thread   will  break   under  very  slight  strain,   and,  second, because the work is very panic-  " ular,   By wnxing the end of the woolen  thread It may be curried  by ti  needle  with a round eye, nnd therefore, n liner  (inovtiian would otherwise bo the cue.  Unfinished Skirts*  UNFINISHED SKIHTB ehould bs  hung up, not folded. In fit*--������,  much unfinished work Is'best ior  this treatment; hut the hanging must be  properly dono or tho result will be  worse than thnt of folding. If cmn has  not sufficient closet room to give the  desired space for the regular season's  sewing, the following will be found  very convenient: On the back of ���������  srrren tnck, at the top only, n Htrlp of  ticking about four Innbes deep, Over  this tttok, ngitln nt tin. t*|i mily. a pleve  of muslin, long enough to form n dm*  gsesd over shire I was IT to a man a il  my aenlor, I nn*J now I do not iuve I  Kinilly tail me how to rid in}'***1* nf  iTih'������  . t'.innni tit'iir tn l������mk nt It now, anil I um  ������rr������(,( n������  llmo n'rtra nn It w,,im| npt>������rtr  To allow such a tmall matter to causa  some hesitation on your nsrt seems Ilk*  * .i.^ ,.,.f..,,M ...;���������������,, ..,., ii .,,b ������^*i ,*  renutolve to you, titer* seems to be a  fvmlliiilii l.'.at )��������������� i,',i not io*e lidn  v*-ry deeply, However, tnts Is sti-h a  personal mnttrr that ell I ran stlvls**  you tn do la tn think verv aarlouily  si'out the mit'tfr. The nnrtearance of a  person Is over eli'iimlm:; unit If ymi bsae  ynr sffi������r*tlona tii������*n this pnrt of a person's ilftt, I fear for tie renttlts.  elating with the proper sort of pi-rsons.  1!.   It  Is Improper for .**  cirl ,f your  site, ur nny other nge, tu allow a hoy  to kl-s her, ur.li-K* i-r,i Is enhus',l U> hiu������,  Improper Conduct  r>������������r Mia, Adsins.    ,.     .    . _ .,  t   l hhi if) v������������r������ eld,  A snort tlm* nst>  s fri. ml I hitvt< ktiKwn for a yanr liroiisnt  ii������ bunm from it in icb snd klmtKl mo s-oml-  nlxht.   Wm������ thi. improper?  ..'. I am verv mueli in leva with a hoy  ho.esras nothing forme.   How oun I win  Is Invef XATHI.RICN I".  R,  1. Most improper.  2. You are tun young to be talking  about your love fot ������ i,ny. j.)*-voti> your  time to study and lend n Ii^IpIiu,- iiund to  your mothor. T������li* lur lino-ymir n������nil������  tletn'o, on thnt she iimy give yuu some  wholesome advice.  Invitation to Party  ������ar Mis, Artins.  What wnnM j������ th* proper way f *r a  roung man of 17 i<i.ra to Invit* hi. 'ri,-iuij  to s am*|������| or piriv? t,  W   A  If tht party |s to be Informal, he  should perui Infurmnl notes to I in  friends; but If It .������ tu be very formal,  he shiiulil I'Mia ciianived Invitations In  the form of his vlfltlng enrd*, with a  f������w *fin|s wr'.tien iitpirr tile mime, Tlit-y  are lens oxpt-iei.*' tltuti a rmiliir t-n-  graved Invitation, hut give a lumul air.  what you have written and about what  slue book ll would make; find ask him  whnt terms he would be willing to make  with you.  No.    /// a Shower  Vf-r Mra,   ,*rtHm*.  Mir������ A l������ t��������� t,<** rtiarri*-,! *rl Mr������, II  wnnt" to r *'*' HflM A a ifinmir, Mrt>. ft  ilv.s |i. ii latijci ilty tir'l Mi'������ A n h  *,, nil ������|t| ������������������������ *i" ������v <j<> i nt k-!i,v.- iibii.v of  earh o*h.rn frlnnil", WnuM It lo nil rlsht  tor },ti������, H to Invite* mi.ii* fiiir,la ilist  Mitt A itl'ln'l knowT Could Mrn, II Invite*  ���������nnia af Mim A'������ friends thst ������li** didn't  *."<������'* BAU.r n,  To avoid nny uncomfortable feeling* It  winiid i,i ' el ior ior Mrs. ������ not to Invit**  lite frlt'iiil" liiiUtiuwn In M1hm A. Ph*  roulii not ti"k them to contribute to the  rhowir. and they would linrtliy ntie m  l>������ present unlesi they hnd ut'iit their  t-nnre, Mrs, 1< tnnv, however, Invite all  of Miss A's frl<-nils. ^  Sister or Sweet It ear tf  r'jsr Mr������. A**sin*,        ,  Wtini % ���������/���������ntli-iit.ir uk������������ hta .l������t������r aft*  tlm crirl In wliitn ha la ensairc*,! to a  party, wlili'lt one !������ IntrDdure'l nr.t, tha  almt-r or aw-r-ihw'' I'liiitni'r*.  It doei* not mnttfr whlfh i,iw |. Inirrt.  dtll'������*l Ural, mill"* l*i"f* a n urfiit <Hf-  forenc'i* in t*������*"tr ������>'<*������. riittn the eldrr one  Is 1'i-enenii'il first.  V.  Mother Objects  Inviting a Ro\  Sweet Sixteen  P������*r Mrs, Adams,  ,1  t am Itiat U yrsrs till stid v������ry mu**h  tn lot* wiih a vnuna- min sraitt my r������/n  3ith. Hi* Itn. ln������*n irnlni/ wiih a rlrt ������*io  i������,an'������ iwunt to snytMnr atd ������v������rv ������i>������  anva Ihut h*������ la t������n ������*<������t fcr h������r. lla l������  varv frlon-'lv *n m*>, i*������ fr������m nrilon. h*  dt-^n't <*������*��������� anvihir,*- fr.. ma. What et*n  I At, *������ wn *it������ nrr-ftl'isa*  l   i>��������� \,\, ,>.n,i,|,-r it .ii,|,r,^������.r for a rin  e*y aim ui ki.a ��������� l������y when ha has <*.*<*o������l*<l  #r horns from a i*rty? r.*.NNt������* ������i,  1. You nre too j'>ung to tliluk 4b**.i  trying to win nny lioy ��������� iiffirtlnrif.; ti*. 1  even If you were nlil������r, my advice to y,������u  ��������� fiitM he n������t tf> mmMti* with this particular hny's affair-. H* will hsve ro*"'*  re-p-vt fir yf**i If rmt |ft him nfnne nnl  r*������fraln fiwn ������et;ing him he It not set"  ' I im'il years'old snii sm In Inv-* with a  rr,v,r.|������ tt\mti nVMt!   t,,'  (,,,-ti  nc-    *'*\-, firm.  i!**|,ly mtareatad In m*. My moihur won't  allow m* to tirlns lilt*, to tin- Vonn.. What  shall I tn to hrep itp our itrmif friendship**  I fa doesn't s������k me to so to nuny i Inc.  Ho you think It firopar for me tn *.k him  to SO to different stria' rt<*u*������s with a  erowd Of Strlt* and Viyi* -rt">v ar, n.t  ������������ll s-tioalnte* ������������ltl*, him an* .��������� rrr.rmtw  It your mm lur does not can- to hav*  you associate wllh the youm- man. you  should make no effort tn kr*<t> up a  strong friendship,  Th# girl who Is entertslnlns the rr������*wd  of nnya arid girls ahnul.l Invl'o lilm to  l*er housa tno rrnt di<i*������n<t u|������in yuu to  do so.  To Puhlhh a Hook  ���������Mar.Mrs.  Adams.  Wtlt   vn't  Hn'h   t<lt  ma  I'm  In  ������n a  * -*>a, ugt,l: V I*   :   ' >,.-   .-.li;. i, ., ,.   ' **.  SM ������**��������� thnrt **-->r:������t,  t,ot   ������, ���������������������������������*   ������' ���������������  <>W tt publlat* 111. iii.  Is II prt>p*r ta s������k s fi'lf-man  >���������*"������*  ������**������������  <l������ irt tmiiW.   tn  *-"'!   'li   ;*��������� ������' if  ya, see a������stf-������l tn a <-it ������uh i,-,*i.iir * *  ftntrl snd lis la staiii'"** M   f  *���������������  Write to a pul.li������h*r, t<-liinc Mm *t->at  l-������r Ml.. *���������������,,,���������  I ta it t>r<t,er f'i* a r**i in ** k t t*<*v t*  arnn la to hr nn.*-nt*  r la li ir i*������r f**r a slrl lo oil a !*,,������ I,v  jwa^rst nam, ���������ffj-r^^^ ^^!>'  1.   Ves,  :. ii winiid to uiiiKt Improper for a  gitiwn-ii|i Kill tn full a V**iv hv hia rtrxt  tiarn    ���������f,  Riifh  ultor*   Hnina'ntnni-^.   tmt  ,i   ,.   ,-.'.,������.,-1 ,,,.t;   ,i,f   ,'".,������.  *t,,J   t,, f    ���������**!,*  are  ������tl,l  uti-imIiiik acliu l  tu *tr<���������-,*  Hi"  "Mias" or "Mr."  Who Should Thankf  T**>ar Mr. Adam.,  Aftrf a ilan'o It It irotwr fo������ a VO'inf  man to thank s slrl, ��������������� aiiotit.l .lit- tlunk  I lint aioo. J. it t'l-'i'.r f'n him te atar with  ������'*u sftt-r tn������; rt������*t"������ tntii tlm n������������t f������n������T  AN'Vlfit'S.  .Th������ man ihouitl thank tlit* Klrl for ...������.  i-ianre.  jt Is proior f������r ������ man to remain  bv the nil. nf tin  minco star-**, tut it  it him to do to, li  ������������������ver allow a w*fr*,������;  * *bal!ro������m or hu ������  Ing lilrinwif. h������ um ��������� i  r*e������r b*rch������i������r*ii< ������������������  U,|le������.  *' <���������  - ,\i  ,,. ���������   <* .'iipn'iriry  ,,n ,11   l.< I.   lioW-  ���������.'������������i*l ,il������n������i In  !f������fi������r������  rirus-  ������ nuir f������r h*r  *��������� ������.t ,i,* t-<<,rny  i/fifyi/y tr Jcrre* fir tyh/stoKhaW  rurtnln, nearly to the floor snd slightly  lull.  To tho ttntler stilp nny nmoiint **f work  ���������nny b** fitalfiit'd wllh snfrty pins, The  rurtnln fulling over will protoit fmrn  dust, Thi* scroin enn li������,,pri'tty woli  folded nn*l set nerosa n corner without  Injuring tlio work In the loimt,  \VlH*n iittnt'httig wnlsls to this rlnvlre,  fold together so thnt the shoulders ure  even, ntul put two wifely pins at tlio  nerk, one ������t the ahouh'i-r and on' directly In front, This prevent* any rn***-  glng nnd tl," forniiitlon of uimoomiy  .wrinkles.  Attotlitr nilviiiiHisM that htnstng has  over fohllng is Hist one eeti too st a  flnnei, Jitel  whnt l������   ' t������ <i������ lie (tons  without iiunlm- ii. , t**i* i> -sllity  mus>**tiff triyiblng ������������< iuh'UwI a. ���������'lit  mfimetit,  ���������  Utilizing Old Burlap  DID you eve- think tht ordlnar*   ** <...i���������*i> l.',.*t ixillii* uluulM  bulky jmri'tla ran U> turned to  account by the clever needlewoman?  I ������*r iimUime, sonic uf the t.-ltmiu-r pieces  iii.iy he utillseti as really pretty purcli  iiiflihiriK.  n fut muke it simple Imrder of arralta, ur  ������-ro������a atltili in heavy twlated eotton,  rope auk, or even cnlored wrapping wd,  us lm* Iff ti done wllh not had i-ltVct.  l-'lil the cuahlftns with atcrlali'tr and  tine white manlln rnpe an a cord,  fringing *h*>ri p'^'es for tas������el������ at  . ,, It n,rti.-r  Aio.,tni pi. tiy ti ..tmt-iil la to itppllqiju  I,*ik������> fWw.ra fut from trt-totinti t������ the  l.lllt.'lt,        Itllttlltltl'-'.*-   tt.tll    ,,,tt,ll    ���������    lor,..  . i '������,. ,i.t-|������r tniui ti,,. tii.w* r������. or elmt  null .i v. i>��������� tiarn,!* in f iiimk,  Finixl, mtrh a iitli'/w with ������ turnerf-ln  r,rm <,fi ,m)i fcaif t*.v,r th*- ni.i'hltu  tfiithl'iK wttii ������ m,w ���������r t*o of imrru*/  fatal*, U*u **iU>r of the. outlining, TOfTOEWS; CTOBEteAAtn; BRITISH CCYLUMIttJfc  ������  i  i.  FOR SPRING'USE  NE5W   STOCK   OP   WALUPAPER  NOW COMPLETE.  Unce   cup':'alns from $6 to SOc. a pair.  .MADRAS CUVA.X N  .1U8LIN8,   T\PKSritY CUHAINS & TABLE  COVKfW; P'NOV* SKAC'RASS   KOCKKKS k ARM .CHAIRS.  A NRW I.tNt*: OF IRON 1U5DS AT KKOUI.AR PRICKS.  Sole Atf-out for ".i*"* more" Maltresaes and Leggctt Spiiog.   Try thorn.  A fii|. line of Furniture to Helec'. from."  ,v������:  I  The-Right ������������������Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE"  A. McKinnon  CUMBERLAND  FORSALK��������� William llutton is  prepared to supply hlt'i-kti and cord-  wood. Orders left, at the Star  Livory Stable ami lvilpatrick'6  Stables, will roeeivc. prompt attention.  ������������������oi m m mm  NOTICE.  FOUND ADP*IFT���������23 logs,  marked,?. C. L. Co., 1 log marked B. C. M. (A)  Tliet*. Peterson,  Port Kusam, B. C.  LOST���������On Saturday afternoon,  Feb. 26th, a black peal purse, silver frame, containing gold locket.  Finder will please return to tbiu  oflice.  HAVE YOU A DEBTorbusi-  ness obligation which   would  impair jour estate in t',i*-e ������������f death?  .   We will cancel such   indebtedness  if you are insurable.  'hot A CALLANDKR of the  Mutual Life of New ' York. Van-  ..'onyfcr, show yon. Such polieiep,  'Tage-35'" c*St~~Si3:t)vlr-Bividends-  during 1910 were* W. 91-over UO  percent, net cost $1 KPTpor thou  sund. Lady agents wanted.  (inind Forks, Aim-eh 28,���������The  ne'*������ board of polio' aud license  coHitnlri.-i iofiors held n 'meeting lust  week and from, the matructious  wlri, li were passed tn tbe chief evi  tlenlly intend to close the city up  proper, It was moved by-Commis-  nioner Claw-and aocoiuli-d by Commissioner M'tnly th*tt the chief  notify all holders of liquor licenses  that tbey mu*������t carry out- the following iustriiotioni"'  1.-No liquor shall bo sold in  nny saloon or hoti',1 liar in the city  he I ween tho hours-of IL.'iOp. m,  oi' tiifhday, und ti a. in. of the following tiny ���������  3,.All milooii And lintel bum  intlPt becl.'sed froiii lii8G   Satlir*  <lt.y evening until 0 tt. in, the'.ol.  losing ciity,  it.No l*-jti-.������r IU'itho holder ahull  [���������'���������nuit gi'.iiibiiiig.iu ii.iy  fonii  to  I'i* c  is*1.-,  A. report of last meeting o''  City Council will appear in onr  next issue.  Beer  When You Are Thinking of  That are a Select Line, Your  Mind Naturally -Turns to the  Singer, Humber,  Eoyal Eiifleld,  We have them all Write for  prices, with Free Wheels, Coaster or variable gears.  WE DO RENTING  AND   REPAIRING.  Thos. PlalMLE Y  i no Gbv.t Street, Victoria, li.C.  l^T. Opposite Spencers  YOU  can  have  some  Form No. 9. i  LAND ACT  * i  Coast Land District.  District, of Coast.  TAKE notice   that  Chas.   A.  Timlin, of Lund, B. C, occupation  merchant, intends to apply ft"1"* pe''-  mission to purchase the following  descrilmd land: Commencing at h  post pluntecJ S. W. corner of T. L  iUCtlW thence   East  -10    chains,  thence South  40   chain?.,   thence  West 40 chains, thence   North 40  chains to place of beginning containing 100 acres more or less.  Chas. A. Timlin.  Fred. Timlin, Agent.  Dated March 2nd 1910.  CLOSING OUT PRICES. *  Pacific Detective Agency  ���������90*3> Government St.,  VIOTORIA,  B. C.  Undertakes all kinds of legitimate detective work, and commercial investigations, handled  for ' corporations or individuals.  Bureau of information. Business strictly confidential.  ���������-��������� ������������������        ���������������   FOR SALE���������3 houses on Mary-  port Avenue, 2 houses on Windermere, 2 houses on 3rd, St.  Also a lot of 1x4 and 1x6 rough  lumber, cheap.  It. Grant *!*:  Co., Union Saw Mill.  I  tfruitj OrnamentalTrees  Having disposed of our nursery grounds to be cleared up  by May, I am prepared to offer special prices on all ca������h  bargains,  Splendid assortment of ornnmontal trees,  acclimated etook, having been growing on our grdund������ for  years, from 10c. up.   .  One of the best .-election of roses in B. C, in all leading  varieties, suisahle for this Bection, in good two year blooming  sizes, 25c each, $20 per 100, $150 per 1000; smaller ones half  price.  ���������    ,. 50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties. Let me price your  list..   10,000 shade trees, in ail sizes and prices.  Greenhouses full of plants i*v all sizes and prices & prices  from $?. per lOOpots up.  M.  J.   HENRY  OFFICE AND PACKING GROUNDS  3010 WESTMINSTER ROAD, VANCOUVER.  NOTICE.  '   The local Football   Association  will hold their first meeting of the  t-eason on Sunday 17ih ins'., at 8  p.m. at tbe Bund Room.  in  Cumberland.  i-~-  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS fliflDE TO   Oft&Efc AND  IN BNV STYLE YOU OlISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  "���������  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  Warning to the Boys.  ������ Capital  LOST���������A coin   silver  open l'lico. Finder will  pleane m  turn to this office. Howard  Form No, 11.  LAND ACT  Fo'i'iivof Notico.  Comox Land   District,  District of Cortes  Island,      j    TAKE notice thnt Helen   Hull, of j  Horlot Hav,. B. C, occupation | ���������l SALE-20 tons of hay,  Matron, intends to apply for per-! ���������������������������������������������V'l witlui little clover. Apply  mission to lease the following .U'*jt(,JMJ������������ Pr*^ Happy   Vulloy.  scribed lands:���������On Corte* Isltuul.j ���������"* ' "' < " "  \\ C. known its' Halt  Lagoon, and; j*0,.m j**��������� p,  docribud  as follows:���������-Com iiuui-|  cing at a post planted at the south, i  east corner of District  Lot 87U !  LAND ACT  Form of Notice.  thence .southeasterly    along   thi  Comox Land District.  We have been informed   by Mr.  C. Kubiycht,  wbo reside near the  (.'ourt Houee, of the bad conduct of  some boys round tbat vicinity. He  trays they have done con-dderable  damage to his  premises by break  in? down'hit*, fence,   chasing  his j  chickens with dogs and committing j  several other offences, We are also]  informed the miscreant-*1 broke into;  the house of  Joe Martin,  t*te,'.ling|  watch, I money, lobaooo and  other   ihinusj  and b.eaking the window   Ai .well ],  ns tlii.-) I bey were not Faibfied  till)  (hey broke into the house oi Albert j  brmuberg. which is tented to cr-oth j  er man, and did considerable dam i  ajje,   Mr   Kubrycht   huppuns .to |  know who those bad boys  nre,   as;  be has been  watchin**  tbem   fori  some lime    He begs to slate thst  if this  conduct   U   not   stopped  imtuodittely be will quickly baud  litem over to tbe  auih**ti ic*   to  teach them a lesson in betiei  behavior,  ^tiiuiniiMM^  ,000,000. Seso/ve $5,700,000 1  '"R^^B^R^rGanacia^l  CUMBERLAND, B. C |  Bub-Branchos at Courtenay and Union Bay. I  DRAFTS  ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY."   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WllHLl).  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and in*  ���������tere.u at Current Rates allowed on   Deposits -of $1.00 and upwards.  M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  Miiimiiiininiiiiiiiiiit  shore, liut* of the t-oittiiurly or rlfrlit j District of Count lUnyp 1 Lough-  nrrietl on in oi-ubout his prem|]mm| im���������|. 0f Wli(l \^Hm ro thu  soHtliwiHtorly shore or head there-  -1. All picinweH* iu respect of  wbieti u licttiiwi to sell slti,il have  been ������������������ranted shall lm kept* in a  porlVetly hfiiMtiuy* <-oiuliti<������ii,  nud  hIiuU be tmbjeet to Inflection ut  1,'iix! mire it U't't-!,',  Ti, Nn frosting will In* pormit-  le*l tut thi' wiiitlown **f anv hav*  iivtin nnd when bitt'.ttiitmit ure  <!'i*,'d ptiiNiiiiiittoel.HtsiN 1 nut] li,  ull fcivi'iih itiid blinds h'l'iil be re  iiitv.it limn |',ic \\\ t\.<\\*, aw\ ;<t  Ji!;.-Iit nil ;*ur (i.fiuif. .-.Iiall bt* light..  ������"l up.  ti, ,\r*i pL*i'H<n shidl nil litjimi' to  ,*'i\ it'.t**:'**".iti(l j������������i"*iin,  ���������; ;: \-.-. - -t. ,ti i���������. u���������i,i ������������������  ^:,   '... ' '-... >t IV.v   **f ���������> ).,*.  ti' *i    ���������'   .'��������� 'i tn'-iil*.   Iiitittii'   lii'tMi't*.  t. Nn ii |ti .r -hall In* suld to mi-  lllli'H,  i<e t-Ti'iKiii},' m������ riyni >l*iti'"*'.i.tii<  t*U ���������>*���������',*���������(������*   vill Ik* xlttpu-*!.  P. PH1LLIPPS HARI50N  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING,  Dunsmuir avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C.  The Ladies Hospital Au.\illifiry  will hold a mooting tit   K, of 1J.  borough Inlet.  TAKE lioticn that Alfwl John,  of, thonce uortheit.storly along Ce -on of Hoy I'.  O.   Loughborough i Hull, on Tl.iiwl-ay evening. April  said Hontheatorly *h,*re or head tu !I,llot* oeonpatlon  luinbo.inan, li.-j Hth, at ~<m         the northerly or left hand bunk of! t������iuls to apply for puniiksi.m t��������� j IIpnrv Hj|1) ^, yl wjw iul(i._  of said Lugoi>,iv thehee northwoht-1 |������������n������lwwi the following de.cihe.11 (lu,(tl|11 * k||,(i(. m w;dnofi(, uf.  erly along said northerly   ������.r k,ft !l.u.tlK:.-Co.un.e.,eing   at   a   po.t | tmmm ^ uf ^ </f   t||(,  hand hank to a poiut ou the ntirtl, !P,,ultL'1* u,������ ,J,L' ,mrt1' *ho��������� ,tl  ...tHterlv shore of saitl Lagoon <lt.e! l"������Kt-*������oi'o..gh Inl������t due north uf  fiorth i>f point <.f commencement, \ Mcl'lWo lkh &������������<������ 1'0^1' t������'cn*  thenee������l,lt*so..tl.nlo.tgaiiiiu.tgh..ify ���������*',min'*' lhmw Wt!,st ���������J,Kht>'  .,i'V lino t���������thf point of c1.m...e...'e iw,wl'|H' ,llt,m'y MUtU to ,lltJ H,,ort'  mitnt an.) eoutitining S4f) iteren j,u,<i ������l,0,,K l������������ *������"������ eighty chain-*  . 'to the  iioint   of   ('oniuiuiiffiat)iit.  moi'o or lens. |        . .' . .  ,, ,     ���������".,   .    .,       letintaimrieomt hnuiluul and sixtv  Helen Hull, Applicant.; *      ,  ���������wis.*-    t * .  nun ; iii'ix*' iimi'ii or Itw.  Pntttd M.ireh 1st, HMO.  99Q9*999999**to*9999���������      ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ SOtfOtCtff  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONK 21  Mrs, Simm'A desitvs pupiU'i l'ni  ;!,, ,,'.... f''.. ���������* '"��������� ii"*"<> *** *lu>  i.n..,., C'.'*'.'..''^!.'^.!, JJ.f. r^v.d  t**ruih will be el lurked.  Duvitlson Ward Vo,  Allred ilo)ii:si������H, Agent.  Dated March 1st, 1UI0.  Krauei'    Lumber    Company,   of  Courtenay. The ytumg man  wan  engaged   in  logging  operations, |  when a largo log rolled   over   on j  him, eriiMhing him  to death. The'  deceits-ed wus u native of Ktigland, j  where hiw parent ** i*t������*i b*. The fn |  iiernl, which wa** largely i������tteuile*I,  t*> *k pl.-iee from  the residence of  Dr, Millard   to   the   Church   of,  i'hlghiiul, thence to fhe ceine'ery j  Ladies'ami Gentlemen's Suits'Made   o ^rhr  from Sao to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  MtttHtMUCNIMCtN    999999999���������999C99if99tl9  The Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  I am s ('una 1 Ini. lown property in evoey I'rovinoo iti ('fitnttlii,  I Iuvj t'oiu* ft stity, \ *-rtt ������f ��������� My IJtww. I Aat Solid h������ii Hook.  I Am Mt'di* i 1 U������ 11 lion, Uirtrio. ! Un l'������rf������ot 'V<nk nnd l,������i*t a  J.tfdliniti, A I'twt Ourd tt* W, H, ftrietro, Ssttlwint P,������Ht Offio. will  Uriutf Mn t*< Vuur It tor For ������ Fall r>*utoa*>trsti<>n.    Yuur.   Trly   ��������������������������� ������������������ ii ������*������������������������������������������������.������nmwammmummmmmi^mmimmmmmmtmmmmmmmmimmmmmmt  MAGNET CREAM* SEPARATOR  ' Mr. I). Kilftutiick. returned  In.tn a inisiiiesh ti't'ptfi Vmu-u'nef  b\ Silli'inv's b**!tl.  I for intoi'iuwrif, the J(ev, Mr. Willi-  VOTTf'K m lierebv t*iven thnt lnunr .dHeiating.  thiitr days after date I intend to  ;ipply to the li*������:i. .'hief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a  Wilt Clinifii arrived hiunofrun  \'i*'ttllill llV Fl'i'l.l't'r* I-Hilt.  r-J*a**ta-|faB-Wft*-a]  [harmewoa  ac  i<  ac  WE HAVE HONEY  To lllv<^l ai an*, .s.iiuji! pijn*a*itiou.    TIMU1CH  ������t)M��������� or MiAh ri.TURAL LANHH.  M tk������* a cl������* ir ������kew^ ,n.i  write ful!** in yotu fii������i 1������U������r  if ������������.tl  w:itl< J. (Ir-tHtd**- ������!���������-,������('-,  l?2stcm Canada Investment Company,  9u1t**������ *H?������ f *!n������k lllock. Vnttuouvtir, l-l������C������  I ^9m*s****s  II������c:*';'* f" "'*->������,'"'i,f fftr rml tTiri  petroleum on and under the fob  lowing land situated iu the Comox District.   Commencing at a  pout marked S.W. corner of claim  Xo, :, placed ibottt 20 chains-  went irom the southeast corner ot  .sectiou 32 Deutnan Uland, running t������*t 80 chain*, nor: It K*  chains, wen 80 chains, fheiic  Mr. Smyth bile proprietor <d  Tin* Cowit'biui Lt'auh'i", wa* in  town lust w**f k. !  The Aiiibitbtiire Cl'M* exantina-  j ions ujl) bo Jielti on iSinid'iy mur-  j riiftg to-xt nt 11 <i'rlo*'k.  Pi)ll SAUK��������� Furrtitfirrhy pri-  .  _    ,   , , ���������������'���������* *ab'. Al*������ H������*i������������t������ma������ tt-mti'i.  ������U.h 80 chain* to point of mm    %vftw j  T. m������m^ ni   %Store  ���������.uKtiryntrnt. ������ *      ..^^   IIUGIIHTKWAKT, [    1)1 K!)   At Mi* ���������������.."������ W*������im������-  i J, K. HvriA'.k, Agt'l^l j   ay. April U )i  <h><   jnf ml t'.tuj'b.  C. E.   DALRYMPLB  ALL KINDS HP KIKKT.CI.A88  .   .   UAUHEn    WOUK   .   .  Dotte.    No   K'ft<*r   AnyvrhwrM,  niVK rs A   CALL  Next Agricultural Hall, Courtenay. B. C.  1 Dated March 14th, 191 u.  *r ft Mr ������ti,i| M*������. J. VVVJ>I*b<.  i  Sbss  m ���������^-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox DUtrlct.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, APL.  13,     1909  -   'Subscription $2.00 a Year,  I  ..AT THE BIG STORE..  NEW GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR  GENT'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.  ���������Sovereign" Brand Clothing, no  better in the, country, for  style, quality, and service. Buy  your spring suit from us and  get satisfaction. Our new lines  for this season are here���������handsome suits, priced at 12, 16, ao  and $25     ........  We are agents for the celebrated Stetson's Hats.  See our large up to date   stock  of Strachari Hats, correct styles  for well dressed   young men.  New line of Ties just, received  Come aud see jthem.  Now showing first consignment  of^Slater'TTlSKbes ^fof~S*pffngT"  Remember it is always a pleasure to show goods whether you  want to buy or not     .    .    .  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  *^f^    WE   LEAD   WHILE  V���������> OTHERS      FOLLOW,  pop Stylish Up-to-Date  .. CLOTHING ��������� ���������  Pay a visit to J. N. McLEOD'S and ask  to see their NEW SUITS and OVERCOATS, and if you cannot be suited with  them we can show you one of the  ...  Largest Ranges of Samples  of Men's Statin**}*',Overcoats aud Trouserings to be found  in town at very reasonable prices, fit, style and workman  ship guaranteed     .    .    .  J.N. HcLEOD,  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  v       '     ���������  STODDART  Jeweler  CUMBERLAND  ^MiiiiiiyiiiiwHiiiiM  tf  s  SEE   OUR  SAMPLES of  \-  Campbell's  Spring  Clothing  Before Buying Elsewhere.  J.McPHEE&SONS,  ^        DiiMsimilr Avenue CumhrMnud, It. C\        ^  ���������.. 1    11.    i*-***-***-****-*-".) I" 1 H"  ms.i*.i 1 .411  /SS} a^temtaWmwmmmmamm  r MAROCCHI BROS  I     GROCERS   &   BAKERS  &v,  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agent* for Union Mrewing Company"* UKKR and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealer* in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquor*.  SECOND    STREET  Novel Entertainment in  Aid of C.&U. Hospital  ' ���������   * *  Miss    E.   Pauline   Johnson,-  known as "Takakionwake" the  noted Iroquois Indian Entertainer assisted by Mr. Walter Mc-  Raye, the celebrated Canadian  Humorist, will give a novel entertainment in the Cumberland'  Hall, ou next Wednesday and  Thursday evening, April 14, and  15. Miss Johnson appears in ornamental native Indian buck*  skin costume presenting legends  wars and romances of Indian  life, while Mr. Mcltaye is unexcelled as au impersonator of  French Canadian life. Mr. IL  Murdock's orchestra will render  musicul selections, This will he  one of the best entertainments  of the season, and as it is under  the auspices ot the Hospital  Board and the proceeds are in  aid of the hospital, there will undoubtedly be crowded houses, as  the cause is a worthy one. Tickets 25 and 50 cents, Plan ut Mr  A. H. Pcacey's drug store,  Hospital Board Annual  Meeting.  The annual meeting of the  Union it Comox llospitul I lour* I  took plnco list Hatimhiy evening.  The following ofDw* were olei'ted  for tho ensuing year: -President,  *L Ahrams; Vice Pre-iideut, W.  Wilhird; Treasurer, L. Moiiiko;  S������rmf������ry, A.  Hi'm**rville.  liourdof Dli'pclors, T. Iilekle,  S, Mngnoni, Dr. Gillespit*, C,  Parnham and T. Bennett. Government ropretentatives on tho Hoard,  1. Huggart and J. Uurbury.  Tin* financial statement will ftp-  pear in our imxt issue.  Presbyterian Concert.  Remember that there is going  to be an entertainment in the  Cumberland Hall on the evening  of Friday, April 23rd. under the  auspices of St. George's Presbyterian Church. Reserve your  sell for that date as the eutertain  meut will be evceptioually good,  Mrs. W. F. Drysdalc, of Nanaimo has kindly consented to take  part. There will be other numbers on the programme worth  listening to aud of a novel feature, The admission will be 25c  and reserved seats 50c Plan at  Mr A. H. Peacey's drug store  NOTICE.  He ray Insurance and about  failing to make a satisfactory ut't*  tloment with the Irtbiimimu Co. is  all a groundluKA unhurt ion,  I'got every cent of my insurance  and would strongly advise any ono  wanting to take out nn liihtiriinco  policy to do no with the Montreal  and London Mutual Instii'iuii-cCo,  of which L, W. N'umw of Cum ���������  berbtud is agent.  J, N. MeLeod.  Elgins Range as Low as |7.00  Bate-Liddle.  A pretty but quiet weddlug  took place on last Wednesday  evening at the home of the bride's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Liddle,  of Union, Ii. 0. when Mr. T. E.  Hate, one of Cumberland's most  prominent merchants, and Miss  Jean Muir Liddle, oue of Union's  fairest daughter* were united in  marriage. Rev. H. Lafiere offici-  ated. The bride was handsomely  attired in a brown satin'Venetian  travelling suit aud large white  hat with plumes. Mr. and Mrs.  Hate left by Thursday's boat en  route for Sound cities, where they  will spend their honeymoon, The  News extends its most hearty  congratulations to the happy  [couple.  Mr. James Uaird, of thi* ciu,  with several of-hia family r,vi<*  thrown from their carriage- by tbo  running away of their ho'rtjo ui.  Comox on Sunday last, Mr, ami ���������  Mrs. liaird and Miss Ikird were  ���������severely injured.  A, McKnight arrived  by  Kri-  day's boat.  '"'Mr, Thomas Kicksou hns been  Appointed local sgunt for the Im-  poriitl Laundry, of Nanaimo. Mr,  Rieksoo will take order-, for ill  sorts of Jaumlry work at rei*w>n~  iiblo rate*. Uatisfaution guaranteed.  Orders sent down by Thursday's  boat ami will he returned the  fnl lowing Wednesday ef esK-li week.  ���������' ������'���������"������'  Mrs J. I������ik.*t and  Mis*  Piket  Friday'h boat.  Mr. aud Mrs. L. Mouticcjjavca  most enjoyable evening party at  their home, on Easter Monday.  ���������.���������. -���������>.���������... ~  Mr. IT, Shepherd paRsongor by  Wednesday's bout,  A. McOallum of Hornby Ltd  wm a passenger by Wednesday's  boat.  Mr. and Mrs. U. Mulrttyr** arrived by Wediiiv.luyV bont.  pmamaa^ap^'mammrajftaaamamamimmmmimmt  Mr. H. May. !'. Hooper, Mr.  and Mrs. Tully Ii;*yco, Mr. R, C.  Wilson ������lno. Thompson and >irs.  IV Mellado were pHMiiugoro by  the outgoing steamer, Thursday  last.  MnHter Lelnnd Mounce arrived  homo Inst week to spend hiiEs'tyr  vacation.  I*'OK SALE���������Kgg������ for hatch-  ing, K. C.   Rhode   HU������<* ,R������'.*  JJI.riO pt-r   net ting   of   13. L������u������i  , ordi'i's nt station a* ������ot������n as -poMlblw  arrived home from   Vancouver by L, 0),*y M ii|t,it������d number will  he  neld- -F. Dalby.  MEN'S  HATS   FOR    SPRING  .*���������*$  (\ VeftmaM of 8.   Lei������������r *V  Co returned from a business trip  to N'Mutimo by I'i May'* boat.  Now thai Spring is here a  new hat is 'he titst most imp.ni.int thing you  have to purchase to make up jour .Spring a������nre, ami oi-ioje puictusinu >uu  shotit] .sec our targe stock which wc have just opf ued up ���������  A large assortment of Kelts iu all the  LATEST SHAPES nud COLORS  made expressly for our trade with our name aud price suinped on each hat  Sailor Hats For Children  A Splendid Asoortmont of Childron'a Sailore ranging  from to 25o. to 79o������  CAMPBELL BROS. WK  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, B1UT1SH  COLUMBIA.  /!  The Oumtierlani Hews  ������*������ed Every   Tuesday bv  the  Comox   A   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This paper will uot hold itself  responsible for the opinion*! of others, as may appear in its columns  *''Oi������i time to timo.  TUESDAY,   APL.   13.   1909,  l   it: Vol'! IMP.  1'>'���������':".    'Vl.t   )': , '���������  *t. winch   run  .....,������  III     I'D,  Canada osetns to have reached  a point ofderelopment where there  is substantial appreciation of Can-  AU local items of a business,  nature will be charged for art the  standard rate of ioc. a line.  sdiao magazine effort.  The Home  Journal announces an increase on!    E.G. Emde Pipe fitting and  'l:-!-'  t. ,v.  -'i-r, r  ���������I'  *t* vm:  Wtt!:   t  In    :* t-pcit   fo  my qiialilicttlioiU', f tii'tv   mention  tint-ilitMIt  i   i:t'g   llti  for tht*.   nu..i\i-.*:i.  Rdvtir.  api.';>  1  T  Ull!   11  It  A.. Can;':!., Kng.; Hon-  or* and MiiihemtiMcal Tr.pns. Sf.hh.  etc. Htiviu^ i-.ls.i tr.jiu- through  I he- Hehiflbtii'g f.our.i>-. I can read  ami speak both French find German, and also hare u fair knov*  ledge of Spa i*b and li&dan sufli-  ;'H-::; ;o w, ::���������:���������:   i..v   '::n!(.'r-'lkin->  June 1st from 28 to 40 pages,  with a number of new departments. Miss Jean Graham, at  present on the staff of the Canadian Courier and a staff writes  also of the Canadian Magazine,  takes the edit >riai management on  April 1st and is associating with  her a number of the host known  Canadian writers. The Hume  .Ioiii'IihI, when the proposed chan-  u't*>> luive in-en innuguratt-d, **a ill be  ��������� so oi Uio bo-1 uf his i-Ju*^ on tiu*  '.���������"iitiiieiil..    The.    April      number  ol,', and aU.'ui.'tivr  iu a*JiJi;.!on lo iu  ik-ti.'ll   HTui   liUlk-O-  tiuuii.'cr   oi"  ;������������������..������<���������.';i! L.icUr features wt-ll worth  ��������� -til.-.    Tbo price is. to be ad van-  t.tl with the ,hint* number, but  in  iit   inwintime   Mibseriptions   are  ".ii.'.'; inkeit nt the old lurure.  General repairing.  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in ���������heir ads. uot 'nn-r  than Monday, as this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday.  .-,Mlt?'.'  "- '.'il  '.Ill  ijlil'l 1-."  'Ji*,'!.i:  f-J  uu-nU-  3'iO acres of bind in Alberta or  Saskatchewan, to exchange for  (an.i anywhere on "E *fc N" or  iilong eoast from NHmdino toOys-  '���������.(���������:��������� River, or Den man or Hornby  NamK Reply full particulars  iii fifat letter to Lestouk Forbes,  Siguier Alberta.  Nannimo.   April  7.-���������E.   Pirn  ���������'Vi"\, fifni i-f F.  Pinibury & Co..  ��������� i..-.f o:ie of   the   oldest   and   best  establiilied   iu the   year   1836,  *������ !  The house of Ridgeways  was  a.uiwii citizens of Nanuimo, died  it I huicari yesterday, aged 7(5 years.  '" ? '.'fpensed was one of Nanuai-  ..."!'. .0   :t   j.ul.lii',  spirited   men,  ���������"���������������������������   ���������: -  ; '.:..-������������������ >,*i;;'.i-,-|   Willi,   1,1113   pro-  -���������  : --��������� :���������;  :...v.    ':..<   V vv:-;>    ..if |ms!  Over  seventy  years reputatiou  for quality aud 'flavor..  -IT  FOR SALE���������Four young bulls  pedigreed; one 2 years old; one 9  j months; one 7 mouths; and one -i  months; ��������� also Carman Seed Potatoes, 3c. per lb; Apply W. J.  Harrigan, Miuto.  Ulit'-Ilil .  uv tapenen :-.���������'��������� al nrwiv.n ij\~\  l ;-, j  I  .nil,'���������If;-.  f,'.\ I'll.  I'M VI  i! ���������'���������  bn  Ifi   I!)  tin on tht* v.v: ,i-rn  found my inJiy \  lIlil'tt'tMi  i;lti'i*;ts.'f;t; \\:i >  !n'.������  ������.ilc'u!ai>!e. iv 1.Mil���������.-���������.���������() io 11  only for ili*. ' M"*,i,'iM'. o: i ?���������,].  tho ;*,i>iui'.'fs l.lu'iii!''-'. iv.**  also : : iilf-1;-!'::*.;��������� ��������� ,*i ..j!-,* -:'  ty V.lv..* ��������������������������� -.- ..;.;.'.. .,, ' ,  My ku'>"':>'.i;.-<, ���������:/ <'.,-.. -  t������-'-t.':bt ii... >-j :;j'.;;i\';v-i', ���������..;; :  .Of.'.-i'i.ui'ii.-- ut a pliiliivopliiui,l ;.\>\;--  it, ���������.*'.��������� pc-otiug 'f!otbiU|,:; il i.- r;t, o'.l-  illut-ioo wbt'ii I !fCf:\*-' iit.,i!iii'>',  I fun  j.iCfiJifif.ul jn    *, iv :. ,:.: ������������������������������������!-,:���������  -fl;  ���������   ���������,;:-, ������������������-. :i   '-t*  I'fjlT.vdout Cli'  .'.* ;::;���������   ;.:;i;.U;(Mi   cotiiit.it*-  .'.���������,  tv'iiif.ii  VOIt'fl  ���������''(l'-'Y''' K*  '.J i'.l!u:tio;i.   f ii    iSv (i['i;{\- i  vvI,iv'ii '.!���������,;  liquor iiiti:i'r:-t- !  WALLSTaEETGUARDS  How   Detectives   Haunt   New  York's Financial District.  or Into tbe building. In order to guard  amply against accidents making it impossible to open tbe vaults, tbero tire  two doors, one at tne Broad street end  and tbe other at tbe New street side of  the long room, oacli door having four  time locks. Bach of these giant doors    ,. WflgliB twenty tonB and cost $30,000.  ITC     Mil I IftUe       A  -J*utcnnnt of tbe Now  Vork po-  I IS     MILLIUNSa   lice  bas charge of tbe financial de-    tective bureau, composutj of twelve or  '������..'���������_..      , ., ,,        . ������    i fifteen central office men. with bead-  Ti-*r������ Is No Display of Urtlformsd Po-   quarter8 ln a room on tbe ttfth floor of  lies, but the Bags of Gold and ths   ti,e   stock   Exchange   building,   Wall  Bundles of Bills and Securities Aro   street side.   These men are on duty  Closely Watched by Keen Eyes. | from 0 a. m. to 4 p. m. and make lt  Ji\ ������������������"'     -':''':-,*>:"''"   i../  ��������� .;';..-;'-**".':���������,;;.'.'���������; ���������.;���������>>;,';.'��������������������������� ���������-������������������ '"���������.'������'*'*.���������  " j.*(*,V/fi>..-.'������������������-'. ���������������������������.'<��������� ���������, ,���������.-. .     ���������-. .*  PROTECTING  ;���������"���������:) R SA LE���������One (Jooke .St������������ve  and Iron Bedstead, both in'' gtiod  vMiiilition. Will sell cheap. Apply  Mows office.  i',,.-,  W.  H. Sti-i  t'M!,<",,'a0Ubttloc",8'i Mattress makin  i   v liiuty  with the  Mit-hitjan within it*-  H:  Stringer   upbolstering,  ���������:v. ii  ��������� uie  '"��������� n:;i'i  -d litohibition  with  *;'  '���������i'.l-.T-T  "X'.i>  *t:v:..  ';r<:,.A<  ::'���������-, i!',!';'  "���������-������,,, ,v.^������i-.l  li  a,  {J* ami repairs;, new  Lounges antl Mattresses made to  order,  N. H.���������Carpets taken up, clean  ed und relaid.  Orders taken at tho Furniture  store.  Dr. I). K. Kerr, dentit't, will be  tit Courtenay, March 4th to liith  innl afterwards at CuuiberlMud.  A cure for chronic cranks-in  the smoking line. The ''GramI  i'liki'" Cipnr, manufactured by  i'crcy K. Winch, Ladysiuith. H.  t' Mr. Winch will visit Cunibet*  laud once a mouth in the interest of his business.  iiwriM ',.i ,>>),  vsi'i'.'Jii ;J'  l!;o  )i!.'vi!i,r   ,...;li !  :ii.������*.h>.,���������! -.I*��������� ,1 i,  :���������* iu,l| .* ...   , -,  *. !',.'  iUlii,1^  '!:*���������>*',  ��������� :i*\  \ VOU SAl.K-Ono wolfhoiind  ; bitch, S2U.UU five wolfhound pups  j sJS.OO for bitcliHs, nml 87.50 for  Idoj-.'s; apply at Creitiuory, Court-  i  CJIV,  ,u* *' ���������, w- *'.* ��������� '    ���������,  I am Vfitiii* truly   MMM m CANADA  K������l������i Your EXPENSES Light  Mikes Your EMCUITS Ugltt  Makes Your CAKES Uf ht  Makes Your EUN3 Light  MAes Your LAB0.1 L!cht  ORDKt FROM YOUR  CROCCR.  Mothers who have used lam-Buk knew how It cures  Spring Skin Treubles In Children nr Adults,   Mothers  who liavt nof yet tried It should note these facts t���������  Xnn AmU ���������*.'������������������������ unUnr.-wTt t*" y'aara i������fn, w* siirlt I* Its  m*r1t that t������-day It has become the fttftnil'rd Milvt In  the tames ol four continents I Znm-Utik U purely dci Imlj  eotiUles ne poisonous coloitrlnt matter t In used by leadlnf  medical mem eeet In (he Rrittoh Army end Novy; used  hy ell best fitted te know the needs of tho skin, Make  It your family balm I  Mr. I, C lUtst,, ������tf Puris FaIU (Oittl, ������ays:���������" *e������m-Hii!������ fur-sj rn������  three ehlMren. Mtlio were all broken out In aura* to ���������������*������.���������!��������� an wtrnt that it  CHable to see thnn.   ThaM sorri Ittvtl drAetl all rsmedifS pravlousl;/  I, hut I am glad to ur Zam-fttik t-iraln) them"  " Wits ft. O. Ilamllian. ot AltiHon (Ont.), my :-MMy fact and Handi  w������ro ono ma*** nf "*lmplw nnd Motcbsi.  Tbrsn wmiW itnh, and elm  rnhltnit. U'V* mn Inio wr*������,   Whrrstver I put water near tht iJfcctad  l*r\, it t \-t -\ a   ii^in*- Mt\*������,tt*-n md m������s*h *>ain--|ust as If I had  baan v.*li*<\.   Nothing tbat I af*|������H������H twtmwd to do ma any irood until    hy the undersigned Up till 6 li.  I cik) /itii TluV   That rsve me relief, and a ttm maaka of the '  Zam-lU). ir*dUtMftt resulted In \ rwlrft cure,"  More uiilllotts of dollars are carried  through Wall street every day than  any other thoroughfare tu the country  sees lu a week, aud yet to tbe casual  observer at least the great financial  center boasts fewer policemen and detectives tbaa the average city boulevard. Tbe explanation Is in tbe "boasting." Wall street Ib not obstruslve in  its methods of guarding Its money, but  It guards it nevertheless. Tbe apparently idle individual lounging along  just behind a batik clerk hurrying toward the subtreastiry, with a suit case  in his tiimd, ts un nrn'ied detective. The  mau loitering on tbe curb and that  other seeming workman riding on tbe  tail of a wagon creaUiug under Its  load of canvas bags are detectives and  very much alert to what Is golug on,  for the clerk with the suit case Is carrying a small fortune in paper money,  and the truck's Oload is $'2,000,000 in  gold.  Wall street long ago learned that unseen guards were far better than a display of uniformed police, for tbey do  not attract a crowd of curious, says  the New York Tribune. Moreover, tbe  unknown guards can watch bank  clerks as well as baDk thieves. Under  the present method a bank clerk has  the comfortable feeling that a million  or two bave been intrusted to bim. while  at his heels nitty tread a detective who  Bees that the money reaches its destination in safety; then be Is swallowed  up In ihe crowd, and neither clerk nor  crowd Is aware of his existence.  A few years ago an express company  8eut ii large consignment'of cash to  -Wa ll-st rwHii-wagous-gtiHrded-by-iueii.  carrying rltles. The cant van attracted  such a crowd and advertised so widely  the sending and receiving of riches that  the iMimnany. never repeated its experiment of a show of force. Now mil-  , lious are shipped across the city In  open trucks, with only a "helper" on  the seat beside the driver. Hut both  driver and helper are heavily armed,  und ou the sidewalk keeping pace with  the wagou are two or three tiuobtruaivo  Individuals who are special guards antl  known for their nblllty to bit whatever  they shoot at.  In the vaults of the New Vork sub-  treasury Is perhaps .$3r������0.(XW,000 lu  money, and yet one sees few guards  around tbe building, Hut the guards  are there and doubly awe Inspiring because they nre unseen and unknown,  A clurk in shirt sleeves lounges for n  minute In the corridor while a bund  truck piled high with canvas lings ii  drugged Into tbe building. The canvas bugs are lilled with gold, and tho  "clerk" Is un armed detective, Kuril  canvas bug, by tbu way, weighs eighteen pun mis and con tn I ns "vi.mju Id gold,  A wagon backs up to the curl), It, too,  Is loaded with white lings, iiiucli splasli*  ft) with mud from their journey from  somo steamship dock, Two or three  clerks stutid idly ou the Bide walk, aud  u listless mau puces the corridor wbllo  the hogs aro being linuled Into tbo  building-more gold hero and more do-  (ei-iivoB, but ho unobtrusively Is the  whole work carried mi thut no crowd Is  attracted to tho scone.  Hut for all the seeming IndllTereuco  tlio suLitieiisury is tin ursuoal aud fully  pivpurud to deal either with the Individual robber or tbe collective mob  High up between thu Jx>rlo columns  Unit lliinlt the Pino street entruticu to  the building are two apparently small  boles, Ono notices the heavy Iron door  ami (lie utoul Iron grille, but uot the  liulus lu thu masonry. And yet thosn  holm are the mil terror to possible  lliloves or mobs, fur they an* lltled with  trapdoors, and their purpose Is to iter-  mil the dropping of dynamite liumlut  iiiiiiii the lii'iuls of rioters should they  storm the building,  Hut these lioiulm ure but u small part  ol' the systuin of defense. KciillereJ  mound among the clerks In the 'tiflnus  Mount tin* opeu pine boxes, ciivb ol  which holds ii hair doncn revolvers  'J lie boxes um so placed us lo he with-  lu 'Viiil) of Ibe ileitis at till times, ami  the clerks know how io xliiMit.  It In up under the roof of Uie build  lug, however, Umt (he ivnl urseuti! is  lu bu fouud. It cumulus ut present a  hundred Mui'lugl'i-ltl rille,**, evenly nr  which are (ltleil with luiyoucts. and  rj.000 rounds of ammunition. Clove by  urn   /uio    u���������������������������������'���������>���������   h'"*   ..i^uu.t.'  their business particularly to watch  tbe transfer of valuables to and from  snfo deposit vaults early and late Id  tbe day. Tbey stroll through the district comparing notes with private  watchman in banks and looking out lor  crooks who may dare to invade tbe  historic dead lino of Broadway, Pearl,  Beaver and Liberty streets. Tbey correct the carelessness of messenger lads  wbo come down the steps of the sub-  treasury counting a bunch of hundred  doUar bills; tbey unobtrusively follow  porters wltb valises of greenbacks and  stand by to make an arrest when a  Plnkerton has gathered evidence  against a dishonest employee, lt is  tbe boast of tbe financial squad that  not a dollar has been stolen by professionals in the district since Inspccter  Byrnes mopped tbe dead line.  i Football Notes  rosrsrsn ���������.       ���������-  The Top Hands and Nob. 6 nnd  7 faced each other for the second  time, in the first round uf the Kes*  ley Cup. The Top Hands had out  a t-trong team, which included Wil-  fon, of Coleman, and Glover, from  Union Bay. Nos. 6 and 7 had the  assist-.nee of several No. 5 players,  the brothers Sntherland and Fish*  er being seen in tbe line up.  """TluTT-^Kairds won tl"e-tWs"*snxV  kicked down hill- the paint* was-  very faft for tho fir*t twenty minutes; the Top Hands doing all the  pressing, but Connors and Sutherland were playing a fine defensive  game. Tbe Top Hands were a-  warded a penmty for Smith bringing down Wilson inside the lines.  Wilson took tbe kick hut failed to  onnvrt; half lime wns failed without a goal being scored,  Tbe Top Hands done all the prep  sing in t hip half, but their forward*  failed to lake aiiv,.iitagrt of their  opportunities Conr,0"s was playing a fine game for 0 and 7 and  was n !,iw| jn hinuelf.  The second h ilf for a timo was a  repetition of the tirnt. Tbe Top  bands ptt-ming, but were unable lo  '���������tiiik ihtir.igh. Ibid {������������������cliuj1 crept  into tbe game and some of the play  ersseemel to take the man instead  of the I all. Towards tbe close Nos  ft and 7 were having "i*me say in  the came. The ga������e was stopped  with 15 minutes to go, owing to  d i ki ts*.  The game was plnyed tinder protest; this accounted for No. 5 players playing for 0 and 7. For the  TtipHandi Htinden snd Crosien  wem*. sahi at back. Tbe half backs  were a bit disjointed, bn* were a trio  ol hard workers. The forwards  wero all right in the open, but had  shunting spoiled thoir efforts. Connors for Oan.l 7 was easily the best  man on I he field, he played a line  bmiking up gsme and nrvci gave  hi* wing any tope, Smith saved  will in giuil, hut was inclined to he  voti*th. Thu brother- utherland  mid Ki'httr were among the belt of  a '���������'ftm of pnrti.  Thn replay will tike pi see nn  Saturday, April I7lb, lo coroimnce  at r>:30 p m.  The Association intend having  some   improvement inado   to  the  ftpiuialt ft.Banaiao Ef  grounds, so they linpi for a good  their tri-jo-v*** ttttd'ur",viit,.i*i with ������������������Divm I collection on tin urday.  rounds  of  cartridges    llesltleH   these  NOTICK  OK  ilCNDKRS.  Sealed Tenders will be received  ���������!<��������� e������������t������������4a*������4i, at.'*, hanu, atmlm,  H,yJ-f*'*'"������**t, ���������������-mm ���������.'���������(������>������#������>,  Xam-Huh tmrt*  H���������rUt.  thtJIn. it'mmTtfi'tmliiM, tmd mU stats* **J**a*ai>������ mad 'Jays*****s.  emaM waff *"*��������� Mi* ****** mparamt M rant murttltim.  ratamumam, mm* attmtkm.  ill DrmMtttt am*  ������*atm amrnt SB. faitr. ���������**������������ **���������>��������� St3. ������r #���������������*)  |Ne fram tmaieta Us* rarasta. tat #**������������.  lire o luinilretl Colt revolvers, with t.auu  t-niirltlg*''1, nud. must shc iuspiring of  nil perbups, 1,5111) bombs un* ready to  be iji'opiu'd Ibroiigh Iboso holes over  I   *Ul?   tll*t.������k������\*.'   V������   ,'m-C   kat.Vun V������    *���������)        %...  I tit-si ruble" persons who Insist upon en-  *~* lerlng (lie "iiilltllttg.  Under the eaves on flip .Nassau street  front of the building the windows ure  eipilppeil with sieei shutters so de-  slgtHHl thnt they nny bt projected  from flif- wall a ml trite ���������jheffer tf*  marksmeii wbo -alib their rifles cuuH  ������we*������f* llrottd nml N'sfwtni streeu elc*tr  of btitnan (-rings In o few rulnuies Ai  tlmiigh these weapons are never twetl.  m.  Thursday  15th   April,   for  deepening creamery well  tweu  ty five feet.    Specifications can! they "ere kept tn -.e-fwt ������H*j*r,  BUNU8HT  SOAP  or any tender   not   nece.���������.*���������.*������nl y  atc-ptetl.    Wm. JJ UN can, St-c'v  vault*! rlown In ttw N**#i*������f*fit *f t*hr  j*ffr-<*V Krrhanw* IwlMlna art atttnA  iiiiUlona ef tMcurltlot, and twice eacb  day, In fhe mornlrtt- ant] n-nln In toe  evening, trucks fisck up to the curb  ..    ,. ....... e������4 trw������ke ilW wiih t������*vrst!s *.**4 as*        .  Dr. Kerr will U ba k m C m- tarltlM ef sn kinds are eerrtod oot al   a*  bcrlitnd itbout .fane l-t l'"'". I  * i  STEAMSHIP LINES  VICTORIA, NANAIMO AND  COMOX  SERVICE.  s. 5. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Subject to change without notice  vioroaiA- co-wcoac     *k ��������������������� 135.  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. r:i. iv,  LOWESTOFT CHINA.  Story of a   Factory  Whose   Product*  Are Now Highly Prized,  At the end of the Xortta parade.  Lowestoft, ia tbe Warren House, a  place of great interest to connoisseur.?  of china. It was here, in the eighteenth centnry, that a disco Tory ol  fine clay was made which eventually  led to Lowestoft manufacturing the  china which is now so rare tbnt it is  almost priceless.  Initial experiments made by Hewlin  Luson, Esq., of Gnnton Park, near  Lowestoft, with some hue clay discor-  ercd accidentally on his estate resulted in complete success and ultimately  led to the opening of a factory at  Lowestoft in 175U for the manufacture  of line earthenware and porcelain "soft  paste."  In 1T75 a finely ������������������lazed and decorated  "bard paste" was introduced, tbe efficiency and beauty of which bctr.  ketied a brilliant success for the prt>-  prietors. Contrnij-oi-nry evidence Indisputably shows that from 1770 to  1800 l lie Lowestoft works were at the  '.en3t!i.������>/.tlK������ir_fiiii)e^~0,wJu*?.Jiojn,Aver,���������  to the enormous espeuses ami difficulty Incurred Id procurin*; rhino clay  from Cornwall and elsewhere (after  the or'-rlmtl clay was exhausted) an-i  the rapidly incn-.-is-ins competition ot  other makers Its prosperity waned, tbt-  collapse t-.-ime. and tbe works were  closed In lS03.-Loudoii Globe.  Clerical Clothes In New Vork.  "Today 1 encountered a whim of  New York tailors that astonished me."  suitl a western clergyman. "1 ordered  a suit of clothes from n man Mho refused to work for me.  "'What's tbe reason yon folks are  passing me alou*- to another tailor'-"  I asked. 'Do I look bard to tit? Are  yon afniltl you won't ��������������������������������� your money v  "The tailor explained that neither id  my (,'ttesses wns correct, lie dcclInert  to make my elotlies simply Ireetutye '  inn a cloraytniin anil retjnlre it clerical  cut. He let me down easily by stnt  liitf further thai he never tinilertuolc  to make t'cclesiastleal ptrmi'nts, tbuk  very few of the lay tailors In New  Vnrk do imilertiike them Tliey -V  uot have cnon������li uf that kind of woil,  to keep them etnistantlj' Informed on  the rei'iilri'ini'Ms of the dllTerent religious ordenf. A mistake would be  embnrrasslDg to the cleryyioon antl to  the tailor, ho Ibey band till sneh ctm<  tomers over to tailors wbo umUe a  specialty of such work."  '���������Me H'M I*"' t*1 T" -7?  'i-rts, Anl-vi*- 1? (15 A riv   "������.f������5  aa   li i'i-('M)   i; ,ti   j  ��������� 'II' f,  "l'������.lj-     ,  \Hd  g t.  .'���������11,  l.i Ht-    '���������   < '1  1  n,   'JOU  ll  1,1  11  1 i   ','!���������  1(1 IU*  III 'i  ,,- ;-s  1 ,11,  i.:i'i,l*,  .   ,,.j,l*-l  i".:i *  * t   1-  U.',*t>  ti-*, 'v .'  j 11 ml    Ir;. I ���������   i*i   t M t ,1 ��������� 1 .*  : iitiui'nl vtitis   fti 1 ui *ii*t* im j  .iiitu.^t"1 lor Hi   up| liialinii in  * liht. I'atk, i\|itii at Yii'ii'iiu.  *,   , ���������-> ,   , ,  ���������     ���������,������,������.���������     .,.*-.,������   ,.,,    .*������.<,       '���������.,,.      M.,.,      tkf  ���������V.tt'n.YiS   yi'i-it 1* < \fi-\T\>   toittnt'V   S.it-  ' ty ttnti   Stindsy, icuii'iirjt not itn������  ,.n '.loB'Ja*.  t. D. CHETHAM  (M������.ltit-t I'a^rm-rr  Afent.  1102 CuvernrrtDt Street,  VICTORIA. B.C.  r   NIWYORK  CLIPPER  ISTHIMfATUT  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  HWrVYnr,   SiqH em, 19 Ck.  m������n wnui.  ���������ampli Oofy fm,  mHem*9m.tim,  ssssss.       ��������� W.SsTV m. Vs������ r������w THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BIUTISii'  COLUMBIA.  WATSQ1PS  tw  mm  Min^ ol Scotch Whiskies.  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents for 8 C  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT.  .������������������.������������������������������������������������������H.,H������M"M-  W'*\ Alut'i'iion If. Sfracy, M.  Neelin (iitrland. and Charles F.  Dickinson all of the City of  Van-  -CQUverJ ti-tliiiJZruv'Jiice-_of_:Briti'lli   Colinnliia li(!iv'>y fj;ive notice tbat Every Tool  we propose to build and  operate a "pn_ +1ia  tramway in Rupert District, Oo  inox Division, Vancouver 'Island.,X*irill6V������  The proposed route of thi*   linej   -h^.j^JmW-h.  is cotiiiiiij|i';iiiy at a  point  on. thef  East shore of Nuupki-.li  Lako  thol  i  said   point  being  on  Section  201  Iviipcrt, District, thence running in j'  n o-eiicral Norihi'i'h direction to a  ~ *  ��������� mini oii'Miiy't. I'i'.y on !  "Soaiii ou ;i [i*>n ion of! .May's pre-  euiptiou   ln'iti*.*:   M'-ction   Two   (2)' ^^H**l**l*'W**W**M^^iH-l'*^W-������**  iitvoshir* < bit-i II liui'Hi'1 Jlisiricr I *f* ,      . "*"  Vehicles, Implements,  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  H-l-W-H-H-l-H*  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd*  H. S. R0LST0N,   Managing Director.  Vancouver, Be C.  bongbt.in       see E. C, Emde, Agent, Cumberland, S. C.  BEERMER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY  Drink   U. B.C. Bohemian ,  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  '*) ,,  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS it TOBACCOS  \De Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E.  S  T  Candy  -AND-  Fruits  in season at  D, HUN DEN'S  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  ir:  mvit\  bc-iii*r ;���������) it'i-:������lli of .fix  !,,.-*;  ���������A    ii,  ii lit';*  lilole 0!  I'rtltid llii''  .Dfceinbci    '���������  A I.t :!���������:!.'  M. N h.iiJ-i i'i' <���������* -I i>'"''* ���������'���������* *���������'  OHAULKSF, l)l(.!KINSt������N.  ? Cumberland Livery $  land Feed Stable...  ,is/j/uci������M*r������-  II.  ��������� ������  TRAMWAY  COMPANY   IN-  t OUIN'RATION A('T.  NOTlCh i* lii'i'fl'i givim thnt tlu*  undei'idgnt'd pi'-p**su to build ft  tramway fi'oni ' poiut on the foreshore of Comox Harbour,Gomox  Dintrit'i, Vaiicuuvei' Island, situate  aboni 750 ft'i't flint from thuSoiilh  oiiet corner of Lot- -**2, thonce running iu a general northwesterly  direction for a tli'Maiico of about  \ twi'iiiy miles ton point at the south  essierly end of Cnmpbell J.iiku in  tht* Mii'l District, uud triivfi'tdiig  port ions of tht* following lands: ���������  Lot** Tiaii.i LO!), Sect! mi -1*2, UO  ttti.i til), Lots 101:, 127 uud 118,  Piiutkiill't) Indiun R'-servo, Lot 112  elections 7f������, 74 and 7*'i. Uot* 1*1',  120 and 11)8, Illm-lc 2'J. mid  through Towtifthip (1,7,4,1(11111  a, toother with such hrnnch linos,  spurs, silie tnip|-n und fwilurs to  f.oiiii������'ct with the sftid ti'umwuy iih  may bt* nocMssary in  coi,unction  Willi till* SHIIIU,  JJatwl Ibis 2Ulh tlay ol* l'ub��������� 1UUJ������  A. D. MellAK,  TIIO.MA8 MoLAHTY  H. L CUAIG.  ���������JOH\-    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL-  KINDS      I wood  and Coal  Hauled  Diiiismiiii' Avenue  (*UMBKRL\NI).   lh C.     J  ^^^.H**l'*H-*WH-H^*W4**f-W'  Wood'fl PhoopfcoAiat,  Tan M KngliM  lUmrtty,  ToittHi ivmUnvlrfo-ntsstho whole  notk;e.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  -vity cars of  the   Union   Colliery  Ccuipaiij' l������y any  person   jr  per*  jiuib���������w'xct'pt luincraw���������\c strictly  firolii'i'ted.    Employees  p,re sub*  t'c'tt.H'.imniHsal for allowing Ham-  By order  Francis D. Littik  Manage:.  out MUU  ���������M**).***"!/, Sntui  iiorvntia vvsU*nt,   tuslisn   tint*    IV,  Vdiiiini. 'Mmiaaiiaf, '.**> c  IVSWM������  VetenVsOnii  Cort'i Cotton Root Conpooad.  |Si||i^2S; Vancouver,  aqwft.il. Mil It*, three ttatnaa l  -No.������ "  :epen..  * uvHita  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Fur the Sprint* Trade  Tested Stook, Seeds  fur Farm  Garden, or Conservatory,  TKSt'KI) Ml'OCJK  from tho best grown* iu England  KraucH, Holland, United Hut cm  and Canada.  Fruit  nnd Ornamental Twos,  Small Fruitn, Kuulish KoIHik,  (irowu in the only purl of the Am*  orient! ciintiiifiil not info-lod  with  the -Sun Jo'u f-calo  Our trees dn not tutve tu be fumi|*it  tod uud consequently damaged  Spray  l'uuipr,  Ferllliler*. Hoe Supplier Spraying  M *n*riil-. Cm   Fl *wern etc.  157 jiii-'ti CATAU.uaTB I'ltKK.  M*   d.    HENRY  Oroe housos,  Sosrt Houi* ��������� and Post  Oflloi) Adiiro i,  3010 WKaTXIN3T������R ROAD,  Branch Nursory, 8outb Vanoouver.  B. C.  fake Notice that Fraser Hirer  Lumber Co., Limited of Fraser  Mills, li, C, Occupation Sawmill  and Lumber Company, intends to  apply for permission to leat-o the  following described land.���������  'Commencing at a post planted  about 750 feet distant and in a  southeasterly direction from the  southeast corner of Lot 82, Comox  District, theuco 1500 feet South  49 degrees, 44 minutes East,  thonce 500 feet North. 40 degree;-  10 mimite8.Kn.st, thence 1500 feel  Worth, 40 degrees, 4.4 minutes  West, theuco South 40 degrees 10  111 in ri to* Wost, to point of com*  nieucmeiit nnd containing 17.2 a-  ci'oa more or less.  Dated 2<ith February   l.;)00.  Fkasek Jtivi'it LuMiiR.it Co. Lrti.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   betwoen VnnoouTsr,  Nnnaiino, Union, Comox, by   the  else! Clyde built twin norpw  uteamer "OOWICHAN"  Sailing aa under���������  Leaves V������noouver, Saturday 8 p m  Arrives Nunaimo,  Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am  Arrives Oomox,   Sunday 8am  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox. Monday 4pm  Leaves Uu'o., SuudaySfiin  Arrives Ntuaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vanoouver Monday 7am  Stage leaves Union for Oumberlan-1 every Sunday morning on arrival of "COW-  IOHAN*," aud leaves Ouraoerland Hotel  at 1 pm, conneotin(* with steamer at  Union.  ���������999918���������90999 ftO������S������������������  9  Xotice is hw-Ay (jl-ron that T*birt-|  Iiii->*8 sflaar tiaU I ia-aeatt ta apptry %s>  ttw H-ooourable Ciiiof Cot-a*-s-tis*'n>M*-������->  of Lsutds astd Works lor iUomm to  prospect for eoal and petrolsuiu ats-*  dsr Che tor*������sh*r>s nnd usxian- SJut ������xaV  tar atU on the lands in Oestax HarUur  Gmsoz Pkstriet, dstoribsi as fellows:���������  Cotttmenoia*' at a  poit plaatsd at tbe  nortk   wnI oorner at    M. A. Kapior's  claim;   taeace south  stat M  sfesine;  theses west abeat tt okaia.; tbenoe w������s-  lerly /olUwing. Ue einaoeitiea  at the  shore liie te ***la������e of  oewBseatsaaset.  ouutaiaio** about ST5 aorea.  Dated this 90������h day *f Deeetaber \H%.  O. K.E.KAPIW.  ' K. Rosa Kapler, Ageai.  VoHse is heivbt* a-lrsv thstl  T*1������>t4-|  Dny 1 after date I inteDd to apptr **>  the nkmotsrable Chief Ooiiiasas-ilfstwr  of t^tfsdti and Werirs (or a Limarma to  prospect (or coal and patrelstn ������������������������  der the foreihnie and under the *i:er  and upon the lands known as Whits  Blttfl* Reserve, Comox District, described  as follows:- Commencing at a pest planted about xe chains east from tbe West  End of Goose Spit, ia Comox Hirbonr;  thence north 80 chains; thence ta������t 8*  chains; thence south 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to pl.-tre of commeivjo-  ment; containing about 64s acres.  Dated this 29th da/ of December i-***j  R.'ltOSS NAPIER  HtinerahDirec^  tor  and   Em-i  balmer  99���������G9960WQ9Q9*4)G*,  Hons e      Ralaln-***    Re  ncwint*   tt  Foundatlouaj  Cnreftjily Attended to.  Cninberlantl, U. C,  ICIMHttmilHHMt  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be iu town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds ofVegetablet  and also '20 tons,of potatoes; wjl]  sell cheap,  Cinu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  Notice ia hereby givtM. that *TWrtijr  Days after date I intessd to apt>ly to '  the Hono*ura.bl������ Chief ComoiafisloaaBr  of iAndu and Wcrta for ������ Ueensrs te*  prcspect (or coal and peti-olesun sm>  dor the fore.hTa an*- under th* water  snduson the lands is Comrx Hsrkoar,  Kelsen District, desoribed ss fellow*.���������  Commencing at a post planted a* the  south west corner ol M. K. Hnstca's  claim; thence north about 40 sheilas;  thence west about 25 ohniai; thenoe f*l-  l*>wing thesinaost.i-s ot the skere lias to  plao* of ootamereement, containi.g al>*u6  OOaoro*.  Dated this 30th day of December 1*08.  R. ROS8 NAFIBU.  Notice is hereby   given, that   thirty  days after dtte I intend to apply to  ihe  Hon Chief Commissioner ef Lands aad  Works ftar a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum under the foreshore and  under tho wa er snd on  the lands known  ajlWA'tsJlluO'cM^^^  descri*edas follows:��������� O*mm-neii*** st a  post planted nt tho snath  west ocixttr of  It. It. N������pier's  clitim;   thence  wsst   80  chains; thesce ti������rth sbaut Oft ohsins;  thence easterly following the. s'sunairt**  of the shore line tn the nr.rtfa wcS'- Wc*������n-  dnry  of K. lt.  N'apiorV  elaita;   tharae*  south    nl>out   '0   ch inn  to  pttwe of  o< mmensemeut, oosUiniug   about   AM  aorra.  Uote.l this 29th day of Decmn' er IM&  8AMUEL grRKOEB.   '  R. Rora Kaiilor, Aget-t.  -redrnmas 1  e^'SJu^nte'r. Ui No. fc 1   -^wfe Ss 1������l,en ,n Courten������y  ���������0 YfAUr  fXf������Bf������IIN0l  Tusnt Mama  ^    OttMM  *****   .   poayrttewreAe.  +mma,i**������*-tr*������ *��������� ut.*-wmif*wt**it%  I'aiaruti.,    it Ituiiii A tfe, r*������������T������s  v-***"**-***���������������**>*,   ������"- ���������������������,s������,**������  $a*u(i:.; iiasttscaa.  9Mrtmt'W(Pft  Frit. wiranWMrAiW*esj r*|H  The Co  >* *,������f r>������**',  Ut**. t,.l������  y II  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notiee thut Frasor River  Lunibor Co. Limited ol Frnsor  Mills R. (,),, Occujiiition Sawmills  und Lunibor Company, intends to  npi'ly for penuissiou to lonso the  following tloscrihutl   land; ���������  Commonclng at tho north wast  ctirnur post of District Lot HW,  Comox District, thonce north 40  (IcgrtW'S 1(1 nihiutfi������Kn<tl 1000 feet,  thence soutli 44 dtigreo* 40 mhi*  iitcti Hast 0500 fitut, tbftK'o S������tittlt  ���������10 ili'gi'i'os HI Miimilt*'* WW 1JJO0  fiu't utoi'ti or 1-wt-s lo high watur  iimrk, thotu'i* litirt.bwcvt.crly ftillow-  Ing tho Httitl high water inni'lc tn  tn thu point of eomiiittiu-i'nii'nt a  ilUtnw'i* of Ii5t������<> fci'f tiiiiw nr Io*,h, |  t'tiiitalning I-IOium'i1* move nr h*>s. ���������  |������,tted the 6th .lay ������f Maw-It VMO  FlI.NSKH RlVHU LlslllKIt Co,  Lrn.  Kotli-e is horoby given thnt Thirty  I'll)-', after (into 1 intend to apply to  tlio Tlonotiratilt) l.'hlui' ('ommiHtiloner  til I,iiiiiIb and WorkH for 11 l.,iroitiw to  prospect for conl nnd , petroleum un-  tier tho funtlKirt* itnd under the water nud upon Um land in (Jouios Unrtiour,  nut] ilosorihoil as follows:���������Oomnieaeia*-  nt n post planted nt the south west Pernor <>f II. U. Nnplt r's olftim; tbur,<!������i ent  HO clmitis; On-nco liotuh (flidiniu**; tlienc*-  wMtKOoliniif, tlinnon imrtli SO ohaina;  to |ilitr������ of (*ominonM*ni-**it  ������i)iitftini*iunbr*iit- CIO umen.  Dttotl this 20th thy of D'ecuibtr VM.  It, W, HAMMONn.  It. I'ua. Nitpuir, A*,'ntit  LAND REOISTEY ACT,  In the matter of an application tor DapU-  ont������ Certiflostus ot Title to lot LXXV,  leotiou 74, and S, W, fraetirmsl i aud  B, K,   fruotinaal   H  ot sccOodSS,  township 9, fmap 552 G) Comox District.  KOTICK ii hereby given thst it i* my  intention at the expirntiuo of one moctb  from date ef ths first publication hereof to  issue Duplicate Certificnt-B of Title to a'.  I'tivo lands issued  to  Henry Conk Mo-  guillun oa the 7th No-embcr, 1103, 7tb  ApdllOOS,  and 8th October  1006,  and  Dumbtred resp*otirely 17327s, 7040c sua  130450.  Land Uouiitry Oflloe, Victoria, B. t'���������  the 23r*l duy ef Maroh, 1999.'  8. Y. WOOTTON  Re^i������ti(irtJonorsl oITitlds.  O. H TARBEUL  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  An.l ull KITCHEN    UTENSILS'  Sportsmens Goods  mid  General Hardware  ^������������������'������������������#***^***fy^  NOTK'K  Any ji������*r-*oii 01 pn-nns, cutting,  Dltick**,  Notico ia honiliy jjlvnn that  Thirty  Dnyii nttor tlatt* I Intend ta apply to'  thu   llottntiriililo  Cliittf  OommlfuitotiHt* i  nf Litnils nml Woilvi* fur a I/ic-M")** to  |iriiH|������<*tt fur runl itn*l  putruloum un-  Ifi ;hr. f.iic������lifirc ,inrt under  the   Water  ,11,tl on the hml known as  White   llluff  Rt.prv*, t'omxt  District   detctibed   at , ,  l���������i;���������*vv,Con������meai mK at * post planted ' ���������W''"V,"K or  t,,kl1^'   finV  at ihe north-mi corner of R. H. NApitt's 1 tlinbt������r or wgotl, of any descriptioiln  .lititn; iIicikc wtt  So    rhains, ihence Miclriugin-' to tha Wellington Col*  aiitilh Sn cluin������, thenrt wo������.   8,. ch.t.ii-; ; ���������e     (,0,y ( ,���������. rr(m or 0ff tb������lHi���������l  tlu'tue north eivhty chains to the ptare 1   , *        ;, ,, ....  ,,f rommen,emi,.i conui-sitg about 64.. i ol "'0 ���������������������> Company, will lm pros.  ' tC'.'.t! '.'. t������<* f"M ���������"'���������ft OT t'"f) iH*1*,  ���������,.*>) 'V*.n.vrr*^*.-. i/*' 3'.  p. Liu!-?,  IIAKI'YATIIRRTON c,���������-...in 1....  ,,  ���������     xs ������     . JSniK't* ntw Ult't t  H   \to%% Napier. Agent ' ���������  ! Wttllington Colliury t!o,y,  .int.'*.  IU  n������ '.I  s.JVV.1  MIm   Dticks-ICggs   for sfth'j     Kveryeonvt-niencf for guests,  from Prlxt* brt-tl   stock $'2.00 |*ar |   The Oential Hokl for Iportsmon  sitting of 11,5JU0 for two. J NwM, {m ,hf He������t u( Wines and L.quor-  TolllnllM*       f fifrfliik*���������f-Vfrw       ttttf A  etch.  Vf.tt-n  ta hcr������|,*.  ft* Pfi   that.    Thlr*?  Hm.v*. nlt*������r rttiIn 1 intuw) to apply in  tin'   lloiiniiiHli'i*  t'htrf   Cnminisaituiar  -o������-.������������������.  Ui-pciit it "Slulo's will otir������ mj  Uti'   iiniiuin ton*'   ' ii"-'   ��������� iiminnwii'inH . .       , ,  ,./ I������in#is Hit.) Wi.iks for a Unman 10 j coughs nil*l ccltlt..  pt-st it   SltiltiV will euro my i������rf*������P-**t for rout (*nd pHrolintut tinier the f������*������sli*rs mil under tbe water 1  tjoiigbs nut] colds,  f J <****������.������������������Kggs    80c.  Mr*, ll. C. X������������on  penman Ulmtd.  *t the Hat,  ftATES  RHASONAOLE  John -Johnston,    Prop  mi lier than  Rum*, an iiiitnctic*' virl<it������r.  Mi.l ou the Jam's iit I'om.ii   llarti.nr.)     MoOM* daw. Sink,, April 7.--An  Selsoii IHslriH, deivrilaad as fallows:-jjndiriltion   (,f tht-   L'f������'At   "isli   of  to tlm C������������*  foun-i iu  K*r'y! w������rt ho rhain*; ihet:������*������ tenth ah**tit ir* j tb,* fact that tlnring th<������ test month  i-rica,chairs; u.th*���������*.������*<*hot; ihrtw Mh������ \ ^ l%r)t tit ���������������,���������,, a>tTacts������rriml  noit*>* of the  alinf**  linr ���������  YOU    SAlaB-l^-d    |Htta(m.s!Comm������.diig al a poet  i*l������..w-d at t*,������-  A     H|, fl i(n,njtfrHnU %ii  ., .  ,,     ,���������, .'smith wat rornt-r of V, Vo hn'a  iatm; i , .  .v.iouttm   U'isuiy,   .ulw.i   da>n. ^^ w^h r(^ m tMm ,h#>f# M\mi ^ ib��������� >0(,,,   u  a *aa>*4anPMtf *{|������tt*M  ritaitflf, (fanf ������i>tm.������i  tw, tvtt mtmlht, I*.  MyiiM*������������������������*������  ���������n������t(*a'<-t *���������������**?,  *    tlfla frftms'  '    *VMlt>*  ������������������flaajatsSf.  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and ia Australia and New
Zealand, where we have
an unlimited supply of
healthy cattle raised at
lowest possible cost.
The price of BOVRIT. is
small in comparison to its
great value as a food.
to-
Xiooais
E. Pauline Johnson the Mohawk
Indian Poot Indian entertainer
will appear in the Cumberland
Hall, on Wednesday and Thursday evening April 14th. and loth.
Accompanied' by Walter McRuye,
Impersonator in sketches from
Dr. Drammonc* *'Hab t h\"
Union Bay Items.
i      _���_���.���_
| FOUND���Oa April 2nd, a la-
j dy's fur cape and child's fur, on
! Penrith Avenue, opposite the
i Methodist Church. Owner can
! have same by calling at this of-*'
--'; lice aud proving property.
Blue funnel Liner-S. S. "Outa"
arrived on Saturday with consignment of rails for Fraser River
Lumber Co., at Comox ���.-..id sailed
Sunday evening after ;ej)lenifihing
bunkum for the sound. j
S. S. Capilano arrived Monday
morning from the nonli for bunk-
ers.
Mr. A. Blaney lias retired from
piano business and tviiturod into
tbo logging business,���.iiiy .assisted
by Mr.  J.   Blatchfor.i. -at Trent.
��� KiYer* j    LONDON. April 7.���Answer-
Dr.   Fraser,  Mrs.   Fraser and j ing a question in  the Commons
family of Victoria, am  guests of) last night, Premier Anquith stated
the   doctors   brother   Mr.   John i that no deside had  yet  been  ei��-
pressed by  the  colonial' governments tot a special conference on
LOST or STRAYED���One
coW from Mrs; Harwood's ranch,
has grey neck aud reddish legs
below the knees. Any information please leave at this office.
NOTICE.
Auy person or persons found
cutting timber or sawing blocks
on ray property adjoining. J. H.
Piket's on the Courtenay road,
will be prosecuted according to
law. W. Perez, Lake Trail,
Courtenay. B.C.
I Going Out of Business
On account of ill health I find it impossible to carry on
my busitiet?s any longer, and the whole of my splendid
stook will be disposed of tit prices quite regardless of'cost.
My whole st��,ok" of '-WATCHES, CLOCKS, JKWBLRY,
PLATED WARE, snd STERLING SlLVER-but Gla**?,
Leather Goods, Books and Stationery, Show Case?. Counter aud Safe* all for sale cheap -FOR SALE CHEAP.
���low This IS a, Genuine Sale. X/I pi   T-7 A "NT
�� '     H
i +*+e+e++*+*eee*pe.**e*e>    ee+*++*+e+4>ee+e++*e*
\l       THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.
11 Cumberland, b.c,
CAPrrAi,. $3,9Q0,000 "*"'������ Assists,   846.4*30,000
Dki'(��I'i.,��83,700,000
Kkskbve, ?4,GOO,000
Money Orders=*'*-:
Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, Francs, Marks,
 Lires, Kronen, etc.	
Payable All  Over the World.
Savirgs Accounts Open With Ono Dollar Upwards.
A.B. NETHERBY,   manager.
._.     *>������������>���*)���������������������������������������       ������������������������������������a**^******
| While in Cumberland Deal Witn
j Comox Co-operative Society,
% Dealers in Fresh aud Salt Meatsand Farm Produce
J All Orders Promptly Delivered.
��� R. Webster, Manager.
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t
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:
��������������������������������������� eeeeeeee ��������� *m*ee+**++e+<*4+*++*
Young Jones and his backer,
Tommy Arulerson, left on the S.
S. Cowichan on Sunday, for Calgary where Young Jones will'lia-v***,-
a contest with Win. Lander at that
place for tho lightweight Championship of Canada.
Fraser, of the Nelson   Hotel.
Mrs. W. R. Reytiukls and Mrs.
Gray, of Victoria^, aro guests of
Mi*, ana Mrs. Gebi;ga liooth;
tbt* naval defence of the Empire,
b,ut if such a wish were expressed,
tha-go rem men t��� wou ld-gi ve-i t-i m-
Mr. A. Glover, of liiigland, ar-
���    j ,   ,       i      j ��� . .i ���   ���  mediate and  respectful c<*nsider-
rived last week and is tlio guest of      , r
Mr. ami Mrs.   HerlMi't Glover.
George Mitchell air Indian, was
fined ��5,00 by Ma#i-.tr..u* Abrams
here on Monday la*t toy being
drunk, and T,-Edward-. jj50,00 for
supplying.
Mr. George Booth bus been appointed agent for the Imperial
Laundry at Nauaimo.
Miss Ewiug and tjie Misses
Manifold were guests ot Mr. J.
Ewiag, of Co-operativi* store; for
Easter holidays, the Misses Manifold returning home \>h Cowichan,
Miss Kwing roinaining over to
spend a few days witli bur brother.
Messrs Patterson- and Young
were passengers by S. H. Cowichan
for Nam.inio.
Pilots Ed. BtiUar and Patterson
aru in town having brotignt in the
K. M.S. Orangi.
H. M, S. Orangi arrived Monday morning from Yam-oiiver for
bunker coal.
atton.
��� Mr. John Thompson isclearidg
ground at the corner opposite Mr.
C. Whyte's residence for the
erection of a new dwelling.
COURT OF REVISION.
A Court of Revision for the
City of Cumberland will be held
iu the city council chambers,' on
Monday, May 5th, 1909, at 7:30,
p. tn.
Any person or persons finding
themselves improperly assessed
ToTThe year T909^uay^ppeal~t*o"
this court, either personally or in
writing.
A. MCKINNON,
City  Clerk.
Special Summer Course
Moody Bible Institute
of Chicago.
The Moody Bible Institute is
planning n special Summer Court-'-
of s.ud,v in tbe Bible und method.-'
of Christian work. Spoohil ntlon*
tion is also to be given to instruction in Gospel music and evangelistic) Hiiifdii** by Dr. D. 1! Towner
assisted by E.O, Sollern, T:owbndt e
W. 0. Coffin, W. L. Gilpin and Geo
���*��. Schuler.
A mon a those who are to lecture
ou the Bible are Dr. It. A. 'lurry,
Dr. Jaiut'B M.Gray,' Dr. 0. I, Seo*
field,   Dr. William   Evans,   Rev.
FO R SALE���All of my household effects' consisting  of  tables,
chairs, bedroom suits,  stoves etc.
Mrs. R. Grant,
Cumberland P*. C.
NOTICE:���No ads will bo
changed after Monday noon of each
week.
NEW
(*Jeorj*tt   Soltau,   Rev.   (it-nigo   O.
Tugs Queon, Farquluir and Al-i Ibicbman      The' Rev, E A, Mar
banie are replenishing bunkers,     ishall wbo ius Uictj mudo a out of
Notice is hereby jriren that Thirty j
Days after date I intend to tipi'ly: to |
iho Honourable Chief CommignioDer j
ot L��nds and WorkS for a' Lideo��e to j
prospect for coal and j,etri'leum un-!
dtr the following desoribed lauds situate!
ia Saywartl District, B. C , commeocing at '.
a pout on the batik of the Campbell River
opposite the S. "E. pest of lot A'A. Thence i
due North 30 cu.ius more or ltBB to' the !
N. K. corner'poitt of said lot 1G4: Thence \
duo west -Stj.70 chains more or has to the ;
N "IV. corner of ��aiu lot l'G4. Thenoe
uoutli 3(1 chains.- Thence due east-66.70 i
chains more or less to place of commencement.
Dated this 9th day of March 1909.'
K. PRIEST.
K. A IDA
Merchant
TAILOR
LADIES' TAlLOlt-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY
SUITS OQflOETO   ORDER RfiD
IN ANY STYLE YOU CU1SH.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Prices From, $20 to $40.
CU M'BE.R'L AND,
B. C.
Government Stcamor Kestrel
arrived this morning lor bunker
fuel.
The Anderson Logging Co,, ro~
ueivtid a consignment, uf railroad
tracks ami steel for   logging pur-
pO*Ua.
Mr, Jiio. Jliimphrny Jr., isoii'i
more occupying his tiMi.d .oat ou
Engine No 12, having tiuite re
covufutl from attuuk ol La Grippe,
Mrs, T, L, Kay acisompaniad
her son Fre-d to Vancouver last
Thuis'lay, where he will undergo
an operation for hit* ep*.
Tom HudHon  iti  looking more!
tbe wo,Id in lehalf of forttign mi.*--
sions, will have obargo of tbe missionary (Undies.
Special attention will bo given to
various phases of pruuth-ul Christian wurk under the direction tf
Her. ii, \V, Pope, Open air, loot
and gosp��l wagon meeting* will ho
held daily* An opportunity is
thus afforded pastors and tht-nlogi*
eal students to get a thorough
training in prncricnl methods in
Christian service.
Full information rogitrdlnp Summer Course may btiobiaii.it I by ad
dn-st-ing Hov. H. W. I'upe, Supl, of
Men, 813 Inmime Place, or to Mien
C. A dry, i;u*il, of Woinun, 230
LaSalit* Avutiuti.
Do you intend to purehaie �� n*w bicycle thii' Ma��our We have over Twtuty
D ffertnt Mmlt-U to ohorno fr* iu,
Ynur nttenti. n ii onlletl to our CoTcn-
try Hn��iUt��r, a ���plt'iitliiVK'Kli'h flicjelf,
$5"),    Cov-mryThrfe Speed, only    7.,")0
\V(>Roll KngH'h, Cttiiulitiii ��ud Amtri-
c*ii \Vh��elHlr.*in8W'*"$lW.
Oun it* tin, bent rop, ii- nbop in Vieit)iJ4,
.mii*ur workmen ��*ro ill rxp*rtH uttlo
bimi ioir.    Let uit d�� jour icpatrii g.
Old *��Uoo1h iat.ua o,i uetv one*, A��eul-.
wnited in miropr.fiunteii tnrri,ory.
Wrilo or ca'l *m na n our new ntor��.
THOS. PLIMLEY,
CENTRAL OYOLE   DEPOT,
1110 Oov't., St., Opposite 8psnc��r'��
i<r OursisthePionesrBioyele Store
VIOTORIA,      B. 0.
POK SALIS���Atitomobilo in
.rood order, prico $150.00. A pply
to K. Abe, No 1 Japtown.
NOTCE ia hereby given that the under
signed intend to apply one month utter J
thejkte.ot-ihe.fli'at.p.aUlicado.LolJhisjiOj',
tice to theGoveruoi'-in-Counoil f����~ approv
h1 of the plana anil site if a'pnipubed Ikioqi
ing ({round in Comox Harbor in tl.e Dib-
tii tof C')ino*t, Va cower ^l��ud, 13ri ish
Colunihu. j
AND NOTICE is a'8'�� given that a plai' ,
of the proposed works together with > de.'
soriptio* of'the eilo have been tluposttad
in the orlice of tbe MinUter of Publio
Works at Ottawa., a* d in the olliou of the
District Kt-giBtr^r of Litnds in the City of
Victoria, l'rovinoe i f British Culumbiit.
Dated this 16tb day ofMaicli, IllUi).
KRASKK ItlVKIt LUM'BKR CO.
HWWM1-H-'H4-H'I'H-K*''i
Singer   |
Sewing
| Machines
*- For Sale
���ON���
Easy Terms;
-AT THE-
! News Office.
*4>
H^r^^*tri*.H"l"I**i''i-i".i-tl >���**�����'
Public Notice
TEN CHINA
DINNER  SETS
Monthly for Users of
Royal Standard Flour
Every 49 ib sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving our mills contains
ii numbered coupon enti ling the person who holds it to a chance, to be
one of the lucky persons who win one of the handsome china dinner
sets given'away each minth.   The duplicates of the.ce coupons are placed in it receptacle and ten are drawn each month
There ii no better Hour in existence for bread making than Royal
Standard Fl"iir. It i** rich in color, oure, t-trong delicious and nutritious. Lvusing Royal S.andard Flour you get Ihe best fhiur value
money will buy. In gathering coupon? you run one chance itfteh e'ich
month toceeurija handsomt* prize. Tbe lucky numbers will be ini-er ���
ted ir. this space ihe first ibfut* i,f each montb.   Watch for them.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co.,  Ltd.
VANCOUVER,   li. C.
The Right Price
Furniture Store
Lever brother-, Toronto, will wnd you
free a cake of their fiiiuous lMantol
tollei reap, if you mention this jiuiht,
pleased ik*��v that hu hrnt found out,
���oi-ioiiiiiig mat tins   worriotl  ium ,    vou s\l,ic -lVbin nu*-k- ^t*
fo.'.sometim.'p.u.in,'t*!mu,ltothe,$1 ||tt|       ��, SriAWt      k"
ftisintt spnrk on his i.utii. Uke Trail, Courtonav.
���������������^�����������������������>^*>t<��4.*>e>*>
-**a*T1***'a^. ^a*a*taTa��fja-t-k
Ftano^i uner
Mr, W. J. OourdhiH ar*
tived in the District and
will be iu Cumberland this
week, Those wut.uj* their
|'UUU   Ui o\��M\   '.t.l.cd iu    ,��
practical manner should
get Mr, Goard to do it while
he is here. Cbargi-s moder.
���te. I^envt orders at Nww.-t
ri]**   "in*      t     t      ���      ��� ,    ii ,, ,
I class eondititin, Iiiih   pitent vcrows
i *u ktt-p Htriims  from slipping,    A
| map���win sell for $15 citHh. Apply
nt NitwsOlHee.
Malf'.hingupf**Hfi'oin dsrk brown
thoroughbred I-etrhoru*. Male bird
pi'lzt* wrnner' Vancouvor Kxhib-
tlon. l'riee$1.^0 pur Settin-* of
liJejfgs. S. V. Dobi-on, Cunutx.
B, 0.
I.OST--A lady'* gold locket nml
chain;ih�� lnck��t contuins a phoiu,
Finder will plear-e itiltirn same to
ihls olllt't-,
LOST������I.etween Sand wick aud
Cumberland, two books entitled
"Hoppy Sunday* with the Bible"
pi��Mc return to this office or   io
-:   Rover Motor Cars   :-
New and Qunrnntuod Prom $600
������>* **l ��MaMMa*a*MVa*a*��*MaM^
These celebrated ears are written down from liooo
to   away below cost to make room for 1909 models.
Plimley Auto Company
Victoria,
To Property Owners and Householders
of Cumberland:--
Please take notice
that all ashes, rubbish
etc., now lying in rear
of premises (which are
a menace to the public health) must be re!
moved by and r.ctla.'
ter 'than April 15th,
1909.
Hy Order of the    ;
Medical Health
Oitickr and
City Council.
N ew Goods-
Thc Right Price
.furniture Stoic,
-WALL PAPER
LINOLEUMS
and
LACE CURTAINS
A. MoKixmon
P. Phillipps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITER
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING
Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C.
���ettMtmtSCO-ttttfttM     N��MI9M>IM0MNNM
CUMBERLAND TAILOR
IH YOU WANT GOOD
PRINTING GO TO THE
NEWS. I'IRST-Cf.ASS WORK
KOU 8AI.K Two Jvrsy ImiII
palvas. Apply to A. Urijuhart,
C'liirteuHj'. II. C. 1
8. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR
;
Jiftdius' and Gcntlcmen'H Suits Mtvle to Order
from Sao to %%$    All Work I?ir**t Class
Perfect Pit Guaranteed.

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